Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00222
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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 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00222
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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President Johnson has '' )Y A.et'U .
By CLIP CORMIER work force mostly electronic technicians, decided to recommend I 19(5
Sun Education Writer machinists, toolmakers, draftsmen and design- excise tax cut that may ap-
Alachua County's labor force is "blessed"with ers were recruited from the north because proach S2 billion. It would
an abundance of muscle, but Is short In they were not available locally. stretch the pending money of i ,.
mental skills representatives of two local industries The two men strongly endorsed the county's almost every citizen In the land, y
Mid Wednesday. efforts to establish a junior college which FI
1.. P. Hart general manager of the General would include In Its curriculum vocational education Secretary of the Treasury
Electric battery plant and John Whltford, man- courses to provide the skilled workers Douglas Dillon, an overnight
ager of the Sperry Plant, testifying before the M badly needed. guest at the LBJ Ranch near
Interim advisory committee studying the needs here reported late Wednesday
Also endorsing the junior college were
that Johnson had just agreed to
for said about one-third of
a Junior college V S. Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthewsand
their labor force was recruited from outside a basic decision, first of all, to
this county. Sunland Director Ray Phillips abolish all $350 million of excise +..+e, A r dt
This Is the one-third that requires some Matthews said he had "enthusiastically" taxes added to the retail priceof cltt ;tY
technical skills, usually acquired at the post- supported federal legislation to expand vocational cosmetics and toilet good, J ,t0iH
high school level, they said. education Jewelry, furs, luggage and pocketbooks -
"Alachua: County has an abundance of workers "Solutions to many of our economic and .
possessing high manual dexterity, but the social problems, especially among our minority
local supply of skilled technicians Is extremely groups, lie in vocational education," said These war-born taxes boost t
Matthews. purchase prices by 10 per cent.
scarce, Hart told the committee.
Whitford said about 200 of Sperry' Initial (Set COLLEGE, Page III ) In addition, Dillon told I news

I conference, Johnson will ask
Congress In January to repeal
or reduce still other excise taxes -
Bilateral Talk Between that would add "a good bitmort" ; $

I lo the total) size of the .VOW'* _
proposed Ux cut.

Peking Moscow Put Off Dillon said the maximum pos fr
sible tax wring would be $4
billion. And he emphasized that

to the December have Soviet such a figure was sure to prove
Jfrui fork STtmr agree delay argued here that the
meeting.A call for a conference was too high.
Sources close i
to visiting Communist delega- high ranking E a s tern "Illegal. At another point, he apoke of
tion said last night that the new European diplomat laid 1111 He is understood lo have held possible action on U to 70 different
Soviet leaders bad agreed to night he wu not aware of an to this view at least through the- excise levies that net
postpone an International Communist agreement on a new bilateral first few days of the talks. Uncle Sam nearly $3 billion
meeting December in meeting In Peking. a year.
favor of further bilateral discussions In the past the Soviet press
with the Chinese Com- ."If it is true, it la a great agency, and Soviet newspapers Moat expert believed the total FLAMES PREVENT ESCAPE IN FOUR-STORY.APARTMENT BUILDING
munists in Peking. step forward"" he ssid. have said little about the Chinese tax cut to be recommendedby Firemen! powerless to save children la til-fed fire
leader's visit Johnson and this decision
Commun I The conference Issue Is the
still was up In the air would
China has most urgent one facing Ike There has been nothing In amount to somewhere between A RSONIST.S. T'/
strenuously op Analysis Chinese and Soviet negotiators the press to Indicate that Chou |1 billion and $2 billion.
posed the proposed What The here. The Russians, under and the new Soviet leaders are
Dec. IS News) Khrushchev, had strongly pushed believed to be conducting the Dillon said a final presidential Seven Die
meeting, which Means for a preliminary meeting. most Important .Chin-I decision would be delayed pending in Tenement FireHOLYOKE
would discuss After Khrushchev's fall the new ell talks In more a >ear anda I last.minute reading of the
preparations I-r' regime restated Soviet support half. economic outlook and possible
for a conference lor the project In speeches and In the put the Soviet press Inflationary Influences. Mass. (AP small brothers and a little girl* log shortly before the firs wad
Seven-penom five of them! from a third family
In J96S on the ideological editorial comment. has been equally silent In similar Dillon said he thought "this discovered.
difference between the Soviet Chou Is reliably reported lo situations and diplomatic would be I rather easy bill to children-perished when( a genfraf rive persona were hospital Another volunteer worker
and Chinese parties.The observers' cautioned against pan" In Congress lid he expected 'alarm midnight blaze, b.. lend Some U 10 M persona either ,- Ronald N. Langlols, 19, said ht
FAU Installs drawing political conclusions the proposed Ux cuts to lIetdto destroyed a iiv*. fled the building or were was able to get Into the burning
sources said proposed from the silence. take effect next July L story tenement today. rescued down ladders.' Mane of building three limes and rescue
preparatory meeting would It was assumed that an announcement Dillon, who talked lo newsmen the flu Injured war reported en six/ or seven children. But, litssld
now be held In the spring. They New PresidentBOCA would be Issued at at the White House press Officials laid the fire* which the danger Vhf' / on his fourth trip flames
added that the outlook now wasfor
the end of the visit But It was center In Austin H miles east apparently started on wooden began circling behind him and
another round of bilateral RATON(AP) The rear porches, was the worst In Fire Chief William W, Mahoney he had lo dash from an J
.. not expected that details wouldbe of here, said repeal all excises upper
talks between the Chineseand Florida Council of 100, here for the history of this Industrial said the fast-spreading floor despltt the screams of
made known.Meanwhile on retail sales
Russians. The last such the annual fan meeting, planned city fire "definitely was Itt." A volunteer children
the future "agreed \that the minimum
bilateral conference was held to attend the Inauguration todayof compo was rescue worker quoted a
sition of the Czech Communist of what we should do"-would four of the victims victims apparently wert
In Moscow in July 1983. This the tint president of Florida were first-floor tenant u saying he
means that the next round Is Atlantic University. leadership war the subject of save shopkeeper a lot of bookkeeping member of one family. The heard what be thinks was sn Intruder when trapped on the upper' floors I
scheduled to be held in Peking. speculation here last night other three dead were two In the cellar of the build- the flames spread Inside from
Later. Dr. Kenneth R. Williams rear porches and raced up
Meanwhile Premier Chess
president of the new Institution stairways.Aiills.

continued En-Lai of his Communist stay in the Ulna Soviet was to address the group 'Sea DragoIn Crewmen i Sightsee Unmolested

capital, with his activities surrounded Friday the council will study Will Push
by complete official se Florida's tax structure as It affects
crecy. But the reports by the business and industry and Sasebo Japan Aft Violent ProtestsVeterans' ;Medicare Plan
Communist sources last night draw np recommendations to the T
were the first that some progress stats Legislature. W> Nw V... Tim

had been achieved In Information to be digested Includes SASEBO Japan (AP) 000 persons their leaden had demonstrator marched to the er pallet had cleared out the WASHINGTON The chairman
Chou's meetings with the Bus- the results of council- Crewmen from the UJ. nuclear predicted. US Navy bate (In s cold drizzle students tilt others left voluntarily of the House Ways and
jians.It sponsored public forums on tax submarine Sea Dragon went TIlt Sea Dragon, first nuclear. and milled around In front( of Its Meant Committee cleared Hit
has been sssumed since ation and a study of Florlda'ital sightseeing unmolested hi Sase- powered warship to visit the gates They pulled back at noon way today for early considers.
the removal of Nutita S. Khru- structure by a Princeton bo today shortly after Japaneseriot only nation ever atom-bombed for hutch, then cams bark for Navy men. Including some thin of the tdmlnlst rallen'i l .
Khchev as premier and party University team led by Dr. John police broke up a leftist lit arrived this morning for a an afternoon iltdnwn demonstration crewmen from the Sea Dragon, plan lo provide health insurance
leader that the Russians would r. Sly. down protest that fell far short three-day recreational visit The be'llIlealnthe beat linn aft.er '. for the tged.Rep. .
of Its organizers' estimates. Japanese government admittedthe About M membrri of the ul for routine short leaves Wilbur D. Mills, 0-Ark.,

Files Suil t for Land The only violence war a grappling sub only after extensive tra-left Zengakurrn Students The commander of the Sea laid.he was ready to bring the
City match between some 200 tests lo make certain that It Association charged when police Dragon, Capt. Douglas B. Gutht long .UIW measure. up In committee
leftist students and police who brought no danger of radioactive began forcibly hauling them off of Paw Un,, N."., told right after C11 g r 111
To Construct New HallThe dispersed the sitdown attempt contamination the four.lane street leading lo his crew was aware of the de convene in January at Prat
No Incidents Involving Americans The visit brought strong reaction the big American bare Many of monstrsUons "but wt see dent Johnson told him to.
were reported. from opponents of the conservative the students wore crash helmet !- no
The City of Gainesville has silt of the new city ball Police maintained why they should IMr
a strong government Public ,, and Injuries. apparentlywere
bothered by a small ." City: I'lan Hoard
eminent domain suit to will be an L shaped tract minority!
filed an guard at the US. Navy base In demomtrstlons. however have limited to bloody nonei,
take a half block In northwest Including three blocks from the southern Japanese port been minor compared to those bruises and scratches Ht said most of the crew had
Gainesville as part of the site University Ave. north to 2nd They wert uncertain whetherthe that swept the country when the The major pert of the demon- born In Japan before, had enjoyed To Meet Tonight
for the new city balL Ave bounded by 2nd and 3rd demonstrators had withdrawn government concluded the U J, atraton mostly Socialists and Jspenest hospitality "and
Ones Fagan city attorney, estimated streets, and a block bounded by lo regroup or had shams Japan security treaty in 1MOAs leftist labor unionists 1 set no mason why they should Tnt City Plan Board will
value of the sits si W300. .- 1st and 2nd avenues and 1st and doned their protest because they the Sea Dragon moved V watched the itudtflt-pollre have any trouble new." meet In a planning session si
It 1 Is carried on city taxlolls 2nd streets. failed la draw the 10,000 to IV its mooring buoy about 2,ores struggle but did not join In. Aft- visit The Is leftists a claimed the sub's tilt Utilities Operations Center
slip toward InlrodueUofl might at I o'clock.
at assessment of $2I>
,F of nuclear weapons kilo Next week the board will J
175. Japeo. meet to. take) up massing mal
The site part of the ThorntonB. Washington officials: have
Strbtgfellow trust to the .C pototad lilt the Sea Dragon and IrrsTonight's/ agenda wi u d. a,
north half of a block bounded by ether attack-type submarines In four plans. for the central bust.
second and third avenues and the Pacific dint which may MIl district: a street plan: an
second and third Streets. Dimensions can In the months ahead art sol ordinance for cluster subdlvi.
are lOG by W feet armed with nuclear.Upped sinn development, and i l..d
Named defendants the case y 4rFf :i wea,dom.G4 plan sonlng

are Robert Hart String 11.w.

1W HW :Sod Place, and Lucille .Yr.-Oll hAt Youngest
B. Strtngfellow. Ill NE 1st St.
both trustees under the will.
and 9 ether members of the WWl List: Man's Club

Stringfellow family. ii
Family members reside kr A M year end ",.,.,n te," bert of the club and Ill attended -
Gainesville, New York CIty and was the youngest aid soldier at tnt Hobday Inn dinner
;the Panama Canal Zone. Wedntsday alght'i' annual meet. The program Included magic
bog of the Last Man's Club */ tricks by Proftssor James
World War I.
Dsuel; Dr. UJ (Preacher
D. J. DtnII.'...., 71 year Gordon. Dr. Don Morrison and
WHERETO end Uelrat resident, wsa the Rust lIIbut,.
tides man present and Harden

FIND IT Maddox M, was DM youngestTht
group elected Cot Harold Gridiron

C. .iCl ZI !. Bachman, mired band director
classified n.25 of the I'nhentty .. nortda. > Greenback

1a..,. I....... 13.Obitwree ehacmuM. Other odes
Day Observances HereI'alversity art K P. Constant, viet ctu,.
4 awe: Burton J. Out, secretary WinnerOiaiut5uille
S..mP" S.2.0 .1 florid ROTC cadets tWrved Veteran's Dsy with a gw tohrit and lit playing .f tap Is eeres.o.les treasurer; and Mew a Honda,
Ws-"'s 10.11 acid M Ike cssftptas ,..tnda,.. Isj ........ CataeavflU amber sf VFW Foot 2411 14 luUeyLyMhAsaerkasj assistant secretary veasurer PClSt JTIE
Ltfim Pert If cMtdnrtteJ a ttnmomj it I.. CewrtkMM thwart WorhuUprrlra's war dead. (If PkoU) There art UX fester metes-


A, .aeneawilie Sun l huraday. November U. IV64

PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Weather Roundup Bullets, Rain wny Cuban Exiles'I

Slow RescueIn I

tlwtatsa Viet Flood Plan UnificationMIAMI

ZONES ,,,,,, SAIGON South Viet Nam (AP) A movementto total unity In exile for warfare .
A Portly mlW Moy. (API Communist antiaircraft "
/nttehl tm *rNW Nip 71 M M to. Aear. -! Cuba's largest political ,
II Low M o> t''!,tit. ...,...../. fire and constantly poundingrain unify Into Heads of Authentic Party factions
I orly wlnot II to 14 mllM nr tour. hampered efforts party, the Authentic, split
today to five' sectors In exile, has been In exile besides Prio Socarras
I B, C D, Generally fair assist thousands caught in central started as part of a plan to Intensify and Varona are Antonio Fernandez
through Friday. High today Viet Nam's major flood dls- \ action. Macho, former Havana

BO Low tonight! 55 to 85. Southeast ............. aiter. Former.anti-Castro Cuban Senate president mayor; Sergio MeJIas, ex-sena-

and south winds i to IS More than 1,000 persons have I Eduardo Suaret Rivas, a or, and Leopoldo Morfl Other

miles per hour, i been reported drowned in floodwaters >ti member, said an Authentic Party I exiles, such as former education

.. >. a M, I Oonortllytoy MNMrelph I, that have surged congress of. all factions Is minister Aurellano Sanchez Ar-

law ron1aM'101.. .HIc.. .:::./,,:; N wing, '!. through 18 provinces. planned. Unity and military ango, have left the party and
1 to Il M/ln Pv ttavr. i Many were caught, in flood plans will be discussed, he said. started groups of their own.

J. 1 1.lIy l'" "'....., frtt. a.ewa waters that burst JUt of the SMITH Snares Rivas also said his own president Ramon Grau San

FJ 7s.M. Mldh.,New* wuthooM l> Low WIM tanlonl S M II.11 to mountains lit Guanjf; Tin Province I faction, led by president Car Martin, first head of the party,

MIN. ow. .....,. sNw j ,tat.ep i Flu. UnionFeatures I los Prlo Socarrss, is preparinga lives in Cuba.Separated .
Other deaths were reported in petition to the Organization of from it is another

TsMananvpaaLaWNeea N Pnl.JcNnvtila GAINESVILLE WEATHER coastal flints Dlnh Province i American States for recognition founder, Raul Roa, who is Fidel

lit 7. M -Municipal Airport readings The U.S. commander in VietNam I I of a government in exile and authorization astro'i foreign minister

r I T.?." we ;; for 24 hours to I a.m. today Gen William C: Wee of armed aid for :

A 4{ New" a I''I' ;: : High 7t at 2.00 p.m.; low SS moreland, dispatched a team of. exile anti-Castro warfare. Schema
.Nn.,roll York n" It 17' .n at 2.00 a.m. Rainfall: None. logistic and medical experts to Murk Tirriin, Speaking before leaving for I New

WoniingnnCMCOM 1! : ALMANAC the central region today. Washington to Join Socarras, Su-

...... City "IS fonts 1Moy.' IU.: r'''. West of Saigon, Communist The Florida Union Fine Arts arez Rivas said he hoped other
.., .. Accepted
Ior n M .B| "" tomorrow 4 52 o mU guerrillas Authentic factions would support
e,. went 71 MowiMt tomorrow It'31 0.mH a government Committee will sponsor George.William
L.. AneN'. q alt PuN MOOD NO*. It Infantry column on Its Smith's presentation of the petition. He did not spell out
9 r'AP Ma//la N n ..0TM trlM *"ltir" HMO MOrOlt tooMom
noises X tno MMa way to a hamlet under attack "An Evening With Mark methods of forming an exile gov- In VaticanVATICAN
which Ie stew .beat lot mutant, MI'M' would be
Clown sue Time Itemy ..,..' _a IMa hr/q h killing 28 of the governmentroops Twain" tonight at 1:15: in the eminent but said It
/Bear Oust N I:" ... ant 555 .., M Jupltor. I based outside the United States
".m. Low N LaS am. ant Las ...... and wounding 33. No University Auditorium. Former Prime Minister Manuel CITY (AP) A

Americans were reported with Dr. Smith has had consider Antonio De Verona one ofa much-criticized schema on nuns

i the government unit. able experience In the area of group of University of Havana and religious orders was accept

1 The Vietnamese News Agency Mark Twain's writings and has students including Prio Socarras ed by the Vatican Ecumenical

( WlftpMi It IM lull/, I ( fcttuarietf from published President a message of support appeared before thousands of who helped form the Authentic Council today for voting without
Johnson to Premier university students and ad u It Party three decades ago, spoke revision by: a commission
Tran Van Huong, who took audiences to present the famed for broader unity.
WinnersTrophies i up For two meeting
Teen-Age I Puna,.. rrontimtnt. WM available, win k* sued ands Pimm Notion' over the government two weeks humorist's Idiom.Admlsllinn Verona, in a letter from his in days prelates
as rot. ..... St. Peter's had assailed
were presented to these two happy MI1I8 ago. I Is $1 home In New York, espousedA the schema as not good enough

;Teenage America contestant in pallas'yeaterday. C. I... SHEPPARD MRS. RUBY RIg; .1 and insufficient In outlining
'They are, left, Paula Rlnearmtn. 17 Miss TeenageSan ItI(; PROBLEM ways to renovate the two-mil-

: Antonio Personality, and Kathleen ROM, 17, OCALA Charlie Lee Sheppard WALDO Mr. Ruby Treece lion-member teaching and

'Mia Teenage Pittsburgh, Congeniality. The 1965 M, died in a hospital here i Grlggs, 77, died Monday In I monastic orders of sisters,

:MlM Teenage America will be crowned tomorrow Tuesday night after a short Ill. Starke hospital after an illnessof Men Pollute Spaceships AirMillions priests and brothers.,

:night. ness. several weeks
He was a former resident of, Mrs Grlggs was a native I The council fathers agreed by

TAX CUT Alachua County, living in t h e Georgian but had lived in Ala. LOS ANGELES (AP) -'that can pollute air in spaceships of dollars have been a vote of 1155 to 882 to accept

Chancellor of the Exchequer Gainesville area. He moved to, chug County and Waldo for the Scientists are becoming Increas spent by Industry and government the schema for voting This

?James Callaghan yes 11 r day Ocala from Chjefland one year past 25 years (ingly concerned about a little- In tests In tightly closed agencies in an' effort to barely exceeded the required

presented the emergency budg- ago. She was a member of the Baptist publicized problem that must be chambers on the ground these identify and filter out these I majority of 1,021. Had the vote

r t In which Britain's Income H* was a member of the Jop- Church and a graduate ol solved before groups of men can contaminants have caused painful pollutants. The most ambitious I gone the other way, the schema

tflxes were pa Baptist Church. the New York Conservatory of stay more than I few days in skin rash, violent nausea and project so far is a 81.S-million I would have been sent back to a

raised another Surviving are two daughters Music, She taught music in space. impaired mental performance.. facility in the Aerospace Medical drafting commission for rewriting

notch to pay Mrs. Martha Mosley, 0 e .11, Alachua and Bradford Counties The problem Is what to do On long trip they could accumulate Research Laboratories at .

< .for enlargedwelfare and Mrs. Louise Samble, Jacksonville for U years. with the hundreds of contaminants In amounts that would Wright.Patterson Air Force I Now there will be detailed\

state ; three brothers, Mrs. Griggs is survived by from .men and machinery prove_. fatal. Base, Ohio, where four glass- voting on the It propositions of
pensl a n I. He George, Ibhie and Archie Shepard p- her husband Carl Grlggs, Wal ---- -- ---- --- walled domes have been erected the schema, starting Saturday.

said 1 he was !. ; all of Trenton! __ ___. do, a daughter Mrs. Dorothy to study men under simulate Prelates can and probably
forced I Into a Ruth Dolan, Washington, D.C.; LBJ JMexican President space cabin conditions. will vote for revision of Individual
belt tightening More 'AboutCollege a sister, Mrs. Florence Roan, ,
No I parts of the schema.
results have been
Washington, D. C.; and two I
by pro Britain's i gram grandchildren Meeting in Johnson CityJOHNSON show but enough Is known to The council also started debate
that the problem nf foul
bad credit and on a new schema on the
4 7 C. R. LAWRENCEKEYSTONE air In space cabins is serious.
trading position overseas This CITY Tex. (AP) embracing a welcome guest preparation for the priesthoodin

. problem has arisen because the HEIGHTS Co. President Johnson and the take the place of cannon salutes One of the top scientists in seminaries. Albert Gregory

country has been unable to From Page 1 Ray Lawrence, 85, of this city, presidentelect of Mexico GUI- and honor guards Afterwards this research Is Dr. Thomas B. Cardinal Meyer of Chicago

earn as much as It spends overseas ti'rvl qk died Tuesday In a Starke hospital tavo Diaz Ordaz, meet Informally there may be a joint statementbut Weber, formerly with the Aerospace praised it for suggesting that

Callaghan served notice In Pointing to the enormous following a 1 lingering' Ill here today. no formal communique. Medical Center at Brooks national bishops' conferences

his hour-\iong budget message changes In technology/ Mat ness. The 53-year-old Dull Ordaz Government officials speculated Air Force Base, Tex. and now I draw up seminary study programs

that the government would use D thews said that by 1970 one- He had resided In Keystone and his wife were flying direct the sessions would Include manager of advanced research for their own areas, with

taxation to Insure social justice.PROMOTION fourth of the nation's labor force Heights for 41 years, hay I n g from Mexico City to Johnson's Important general discussions of for space engineering at Beck- Vatican approval Such programs

i. will\ be employed In Jobs that com here from his native stateof ranch near here for a day and a International, LatinAmericanand man Instruments, Inc.,. Fuller. are now largely drawnup

F were non-exlstant In the 1930'a."It Pennsylvania In 1923.! H I half of acquainted tilks bilateral\ problems. ton, Calif. for all the world by a Vatican -

Hahlh Bnurgulha Jr., 37 son takes mor Intelligence today was a retired civil engineer and An elaborate barbecue spread Today's schedule called for Weber says all space-cahin, congregation.With .

of President Bourgulba of r In Just about every job. a member of the Christian Missionary awaited them. The Presidentand the President and Mrs. Johnson simulation experiments so far only seven working days

Tunis, Is the nation new foreign than It used to," he said. Alliance Church. Mrs Johnson wanted to get to meet the Diaz Ordaz plane at,have had 'to he called off withina left before recessing for months

minister. Phillips, the last .pC( the four Survivors Include the widow, the hands-acrosn-the-border sessions the ranch airstrip Some 250 few days because of accumulation and perhaps more than a year,

He was named to the post speakers to be heard, said Mrs. Lillian Walrath Lawrence started in a relaxed, guests will be on hand. ef toxic elements In the it appeared that only one of the

Wednesday In a Cabinet reshuffle Sunland Training Center had of Keystone Heights; three sons Friendly atmosphere. Then the President will lead closed atmospheres."This 13 schemas debated or voted on

/ He Is a former Tunisian ambassador trouble hiring clerical workers, Howard of Elkton Fla., and Earlier twice this with Mexican year, Johnsonmet President his gueatsto the ranch barbecue may be the reason RUII.ia'i since September could be decreed -.
grounds the oak
to Washington, Paris air conditioning and refrlgrra Harold and Donald, both o f Adolfo Lopez Mateo picnic recent three-man space as a finished document by
trees along the Pedernales River (
and ;Jnme.MllNI. Timothy Haiklnn. I, of Fair lion mechanics, welders and Keystone Heights; two grand. once In California for two days that runs In front of the white flight, which was expected' to recess on Nov. 21 .

moot, Minn., hid to wear medical technicians.W children and four great grandchildren and again in September when frame and stone ranch house last several days, ended after I

ILL heavy eye bandage for several .'re having to look elsewhere the El Chamizal area at El Paso The menu features brisket of only 24 hours" Weber said In an II

Pill' Muni 67, retired actor days when he wa struck to find these kind of workers was returned to Mexico. beef and beef ribs, barbecuedover interview. 'Monitoring systems I

who.*\ on an oscar In PIS, la by a BB shot fired by neighbor Phillips said Barry's Help Officials stressed that this open fires, and also barbecued may have shown a buildup of
und;;: treatment In a hospital children Doctors remove Both Hart and Whltf 0 r d i latest meeting would be unofficial chicken and sausage contaminants and caused early I

for :IRhat U called a serious ed bandage but said outcome stressed the all growing fields for need em-In I May Give Up and Informal because Diaz Tonight there will be an informal cancellation I R !
heartconditionAtiSidants nl treatment I I. still In doubt. practically Ordaz will not be sworn In until dinner at the ranch house 'Unless an answer is found

said Wednesday! he Incident ixrurrtd last Friday ployes with more than Just s I Dec. 1.Handshakes. for the Mexican and US. par. this Is a definite/ threat to our .*l>... *UtV T-IICI rimrX Mr*.
intend the hospital Oct. 30, ai Tim walked In arhool.THOLJIU.E' high school diploma I GOP Reins and embraroi ties. own plans for a manned orbiting KM lor. nun ,,_. Arlnt. all. n.
"We look for people with two -- _. M w.... Pta will M "II.< IK
-- --
suffiwng also from pneumonia, ? years of college liberal arts who (D Nrui Qork Tlmr I --- laboratory and It could delay fit.,..".. of Hi CInanl loturom. a Nmnmwr.arNw c.....MKWMXCf. .
but was cleared up.dfrrelary the Apollo program to land .. .
:THIS In mathrma men h Cort... e./kuii.s. Our.IN .
are grounded NEW YORK Dean
., of State Dean Little Thcutre on We moon" will M M ealroaM. c_'.'" IPMa.
Secretary tics," said Hart. "They catch on the Republican National Chairman Opens ., to. oleo., of 5,055, C. J....
Ruik forecasts trouble aheac Working under Air Force ._ H_. ..."'..
fast and art able' to advance and John Grenier, Executive '
in Southeast Asia unless Red t rapidly In their Jobs" Director, flew to Jamaica "T/ic contracts, Weber has devised C. fUN,* ..",k.,
China decides to leave I IU t I The Junior College Interim yesterday to discuss with: Ugly Aucricnn"I Instruments to collect and identify I I .or C. NNMP'ear Low li.ncs.. Mil as.M 15.WW. KtyMM ..1KM -
neighbors alone. more than 400 contaminant AM. M -fW.,. IMvin.b-l> 11.
Advisory Committee, composed Sen. Barry Goldwater their fu-j I I'M.
'We have made It very rica:r of 10 members, is surveying the! ture as leaders of the National I\ Ugly American," a Ann Cowles Is featured as the[given off by the human body I Slim.. Mm.Jom sae.MmorIM M-r* Pukoam CHatfl.e

.yi we are not going to pull awaj j 1' educational needs of the county Republican organization (i play dealing with US. foreign/ I Ugly American's S a r k hanese,'and by space-cabin equipment I IB ear.ClvonUo"MII"* IcrlMwt Mmorol' lunoj II.? fe Mil j,,M..

+k .rl and leave" Southeast Asia to tx to back up a request for a Junior An assistant at headquarters policy In Southeast Asia and sidekick. So far he has found 20 that are I S2"{? "T"r" *' dlst/la'* .Homo.N|,.,!.>..:

overrun, Rusk said WednesdajIn y college here which woulde In Washington said the two offi- I based on the recent best sellIng potentially lethal, Including I NI"A.D. Me CNA'U" tae _
an Interview recorded for th< and Bradford I novel opens at I. 30 p.m. Other cast members are highly explosive J..WM_wnrlcn. lor M,. mmwr MI
I serve Alachua clals had been "surprised" by hydrogen, given .or MM M IWU M sea II.. .
a CBS television 'Th program tomorrow /
for the Gainesville 1 I off by water used in lsoa wu antstn
the and intensity of demand cooling .. .
scope hats
Cow: 'oe...... P'
Marl Welch Jackie aur
Tw Scarritt
and the
United Stales <) ...
Both the general educations I for a change In leadership little Theatre's second production systems; ozone, given off by .'N r lit antlo C_.,, N.
China." Ed Schmidt and Katherine I. It,5 a/moll/ .s as ........ '_.r
needs for students wanting to from both moderates and of this season electrical equipment and am- of OUII "Mr. Nwa.srd .M IM
Rusk disclosed bash Dantzler The is directedby .e ....... .
no c An American play mania k Ma / .... foP sue'
transfer to universities after conservatives In the party engineer, s e nt acetone and alcohol, sea's, Ned T0.Mw .
In U.s. towardi AI and John Nro'wa M .tat.rm
changes policy : two years and vocational terminal "They' have been telephoningstate ,lo the fictional kingdom of Moffett Han.ey found in breath, perspiration n.N "- Mr. Ie.w.d
China. H. said It would be tithe and Mel Ovd M C/NI.,. se .
up Sharpe are stage and W. MmMr
: courses are being explored chairmen and national ,Sarkhan In study road building body wastes a. I.."/" awesaaeeuw., .
.t Communist Chinese li .... .,. ,...
oil ... .
managers. .tOy ....._
The committee meets next InStarke committee members all over methods, begin his own peopleto I "None of these occurs In dangerous ..... M-. Ms.NV.. 0a. .. .
change their policies If If'nsllll'lIr. !s 1 ... M. L'
No U. This will bea said international ( mat.. Jae. .....
to ease on the country, the assistant l. a people The play will br produced amounts hi a normal sawed ,IaaN A..MNM..,. aoPd-. NI of
Joint meeting with the Brad- 'relations program. I Friday and Saturday nights 1 environment" Weber said. "but rnNwlttaua. ....
PO I'I': TALKS ford group conducting a parallel Wayne J. Hood, who WM tlr. The success of his e f torts and Thursday Friday and Sat In a small cabin they build up to M Mr. win JOMn.tsars'_ will to MN_N
survey In that county. ganltatlon director at national draws fire from the US. consulate urday nights next week. Reservations lethal concentrations in short 1 lee,. "..M... of elm W,._, 1 ear_. _
r.ul1 his called
lit the Treasury PIpe 01 headquarters during the Gold- In Sarkhan as well as must be made In advance periods of time." a. I. A W,.... swoons aN
Douglas Dillon,. told aewsmea all Christians to help relievi I water campaign, Indicated In a I -.arks.._ Csm.Nry-01 .'M M lit _
from _
Communist rebels. by calling the Gainesville ub.M
th-Anstlii, Wednesday thai the suffering of the poor. SeparateI'Aciiitiotn telephone Interview from I... N _.. 1- -1_ .... was.
Featured In the controversial Little Theatre Gener alIdmlll..inn lam. er.d
Musician M 101 .
President JohnlOllI.d dirld The Pope spoke Wednesday t<, I cross, WIs. that the ('oldws Heller WOW'_ w. a 045.am...eM w _Avo N W...
Courtland Collier Is II.MArt .
as I II
story pare C Crws
seek repeal next year pilgrims from many nations ter forces decide to ma to .. III aw
err- may live Alter no 'or. .
the American" and Eleanor wel"Mw N e It ....
Knifing ..
f-tUt million at excise taxeijjrurttall His words reflected a concert) up control of the party organl- I reuse. Moss CNAIMsst _
) purchases and I* for the poverty-stricken (ha I.1 BEIRUT (fed) Killing a rats nation without a struggle.There's \ Roberts as his wife Richard Clares I 71.pM5.N rwl.e nrvMsa Cm. c M_ant ,,_. _
TORT 4r us N
has marked In Beirut Is easily arranged but Martin plays the part of LAUDERDALE, Fla 5.r,. ..NM MN. .city
outsider redactions hi a'tlrtli" his preparation'for t feeling on the 'IAP ... Y_. of I.: AM
Paul V. _
the U.S. liaison officerIn I Yoder well- It. of
ether exelsei. a coming visit to India. a mouse Is another matter part of the Goldwater people I military Set To Open known and plow a_ CI.ey 0.-..... al.
Sarkhan. composer bloom I Unkw W./N
-- If that a change has la be made," let -... ...... __wed Ie to. .NIIk.M.. ...
you are plagued by rats, The U.s. Ambassador win be hospitalized with a woo e- .._II. ,
I you submit a written request to he said "U It becomea apparent i' I At Club 'abdominal wound severe .Ira5 M -.. ....Leda.. 5 sew.
staff la made was NMr aN
r Tom ronde His Boys'
: ...
Story c> Hoy to Dean (Burch) thai itcan't M --
I I the! Beirut Municipality offices In fair condition today. ..... r PwwN
I ROLl&ROYCEDISPLEASES up of Melinda Wilson, secretary. wed w -
be together, h.'U be
and in due course a rat extermination ., put v.ro lor woe Nw _
.And His DogE I squad will come aroundto the first to say 1m going i Jason Lewis, his Classes in art will be offered I I Police said Yoder SA. had' -. "Ysw- -."' -NMN.
ihome" istrativt assistant; and each Saturday at U M am slashed himself .._was If M
; hand! the case, adml"'j with a boning L_ '..
starting this week In the
12LO, South Africa (IArl Ridgen plays the part Boys'Club I knit Now i His wife said that
But a mouse and a cockroach Crafts Shop. recently he had
CRFWF 'embassy Interpreter been In bad
Jntnn Mlsela a 13-year-old England (API) '
requires the personal| Housekeeping Mrs. Ruthe Wright will I I di- i health and despondent Sun
ftnrdft Ignatcwlcs, a Tanadlaa I ,
African boy, died because authority of the director general -: Clinic Slated I 1 {reel the program which la open 1 I 1
wanted to comfort his frighlenedflog. ; ear laiicler, mind a of the Ministry of Health. Bonn DelaysNuclear I to all club members. No let Yoder baa published more ..e*"*... **nm M cant
scratch mi his sew RellReyce. *- than I.band S *r. and Sunday
Only he can issue the fatal or-, For for Instruction will be charged composition -
Hospital be '* r-..., .
He parked II iff (ram 1 Force land has conducted the Universi 55" nub.
der regulations he Over 30 members the Boys' '
since ,
H* was on the way home with Tamale In the, tolls headquarters I I Club Choir i ty of Miami Band ki Its Orange i, a.Jr-C.wp." M 101 SI
In Undo with must keep the mouse killing lj A housekeeping clinic for ho*.| Ml Maw Owl TUMI i and their families!Bowl i2 J011- Clouds
a -
hia cog l when a storm broke He sharp letter *f rcmplalat. powder under his personal control peal workers from the south-1 BONN A caucus of West]'IwiU be guests at Dr. Howard tunes. performances several a_ ill M M IICMot OffIceCllCUUTION clai

ran to i nearby achool for at all times. eastern U.S. will be held at the'i,Germany's ruling Christian,Weems' cottage en Red Water :Ndwns w--:: M

his at his The cmpiy aupatrhHa Democratic Party voted i last1 Lake Sunday Ham. Chart
shelter dog trotting ,
The rat squad, which uses
. program ,
German CAssius
heels! +different powder, has Its own night to delay West ,! 'I O' MAIL'
scratched arms the Allaa- ( participation la the multilateral i has arranged the ", liD,. Roy 1 wash ..,
A teacher told him the dog tie by mall supply. dayThe workshop for the iS work. nuclear force. (Wolfe choir director a. 4 his UNITED NATIONS N.Y. I Maw IS isM

must stay outside as It would "We ",,1d.1 U this lrtverjbmly. It a mouse is killed accidentally -rs| include ipeclalbed aspects!I There also were indicationsthat [wife will be guests ol hotter (AP) The special UJI. committee ":' := -

diatrart the pupils' attention ." said Deasla l WU- along with the rats, the Incident -'af sanitation. II Ii i iI1 West Germany would back!)| Nine pledges of the Kappa on colonialism baa approved M said .

He I told the dog to wail Hams, a ewnpany spoke,, ia labelled 'a fortuitous I University Hospital personnel;down oa the grain price b- Alpha\ Order, a social fraternity a subcommittee report If Audot 1'Pee MS.

It began yelping with fIUt.idf'l man "..., Gerd.e Is e al I y accident" on the official records participating to the program inI -II ||sue despite a reafflrmaUin by;for university men. helped,'caning for the United States to1 : = ;;'",: -
he canto Its aide I and UM ear was a 4 but the municipality de.I hide Dr. Jack Bates, Dr. Hen-|[the party that a cut hi grain('clan the Boys' Club Saturday][:more urgently toward independ-1 ... :: .:. .

lightening struck Anton and! Mph meteL- Jellies to tak responsibility rlry! A. Bates and Jot",. Annie J.l prices was out el the queitioa as part ef the core for Guam. The vote was lie C --r..lu =
his. dog dill Instantly. I ,[Vestal ,j 'lor 1964.43. "Service Project lneer-FratersuTi|I witb n abstentions. -- ---...

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Graham AmbassadorDr. BMMVf .!!!!..i"tr: "M.t. f," .":';;;- :-a, :::

Akbar Abdul Haqq of India second from left was first dinner guest \ CASUALSGENUINE
and speaker for the Sigma Chi Fraternity in Its new chapter house Tuesday .LADIES FAMOUS BRANDS j
night under the sponsorship of the UF Inler-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Dr. '
Haqq lecturer and special assistant for the Hilly Graham Crusade is pictured TAN ..1GREY
with Bob Edewaard, left, and Bill Weimer, right vice-president and president k : =
of Inter-Varsity who are Sigma Chili, and Bob Letsinger, Florida I-V represen- iq'iM tj BRUSHED
tative. The visitor concluded his two-day campus stay Wednesday night with DRESS SHOES
student discussion groups at the Presbyterian Student Center and campus PIGSKIN.
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FBI Ruins Meal Sales LEATHERS ,.".

ATLANTA, Gs (APCafe- harassment of the students and)said. .
!terian owner Lester Maddox, their parents began, this has Joseph K. Ponder of the

whose fried chicken and other dropped to less than 1000,"_ _Atlanta FBI had no comment. >I OXFORDS LOAFERS
Southern victuals are not for O
sale to Integrationists and interstate T ACTIVATED BUBBLE

'travelers, said today that ; SOLES. ':
federal agents are ruining his "
business by tracking down and SOLD r
questioning his customers HIGH HEELS NATIONALLY -:-
"Unless this harassment by TAAKAVODKA t MID
HEELS FOR 8.95 =
the FBI is stopped, it Is going to i
put me out of business," Mad 'a LOW HEELS b A PAIR
dox complained. "There won't
be any need to go back Into
The year-old segregation OUR ALREADY VALUES TO
1st, who has barred Negroes J'JX/ LOW LOW DIS
from his place, has been ordered COUNT PRICE $19.95 A PAIR
Into federal court in contempt $
proceedings ..AAICAsl 7I 2 EXAMPLE MEN'S

"About 100 persons have Our Low Price
8.99 to 12.99 ,SIZES _
called me or contacted me and
said they were questioned by xU LESS 2.00 2.00 I 6 TO 12' ':
the FBI for stopping here or I2ic You Pay..6.99fo 10.99 '
eating at my place," Maddox CHILDREN'S SIZES
said I 10! TO 3
Maddox said that since FBI
agents began questioning manyof
his patrons his business had

been dropping. I Introducing

"I was serving about 2,500 1
meals a week to students from practically
Georgia Tech_Since then, FBI MEN'S INSULATED''

Jet Pilot Dies BOOTS I"
) Water repellent! I
After LandingWith Children splash In the ( BLACK ONLY $900'I I
rein without getting ,4 I
6t AboardNEW > Resf.e1 to scuffing i GENUINE LEATHER

YORK (AP) A pilot end abrenent Won't UPPERS. 16.95
International mar floors! Require I WITH COUPON ONLY THURS. 111, SAT,
landed a jet at Kennedy
f less look i
4i 4ir care new
Airport with M Plssen-
gers from England Wednesday! damp". Jutt wipe with /N
night, then collapsed and died in j cloth! (__.. / /11 .

the cockpit Lightweight, left. fl.,,ble!
Kazimierj Fraser, 50, pilot of Dose n... breakUgln.Wen't .
the British Overseas Airways stretch er bend eut
Corp. Boeing 707, had made a ., shape!
beautiful landing," said copilot
Michael King. King took over I
the controls while other crew I Little] Ge",,' Yeutns lit lops' ..
men vainly administered oxy
gen '10 Fraser, who had I heart I Sises I'/i to 12 Si.es IJ'/j to } Si,.. jYa 01 C )
attack while awaiting taxiing

Instructions Fraser wu a member of the.I, 1JUST $ O44B $388 $4
Polish' army which fled to England
when Poland fell during m M.rbeev MEN'SM.a .
I r
World War II. He became a F A4..fMM4 "... .." ,.LM4.1.7t, .1pj.
Royal Air Force fighter pilot. ,*... S.ft 'OI 'M 'OI 'M FAMOUS BRANDS

,Allan Sun's Gridiron Bacr Gees 2 ,fir' $6tf 2K- $700 2 :P.iQ00:: V DRESS SHOES

GreenbacksAllan OFF

0 Baer Jr. MOJ N ttlth .I' LADIES TEENS
Street, outdid two close F : TICKETED
challengers to win the Sun's SUEDINE or CANVASCASUALS
Gridiron Greenbacks footba U PRICE. FROM

contest this week :: 6.99 TO 16.99
1124' f
Baer William F Holton.
NW 14th Ave., aid Wilbur MEN'S VALUES TO ;
Barry FInd Two, each!
missed one game III the con
test. Baer and Barry picked; MIXES r I WHITE
Ohio State to beat Pena State. COLORS
which won in a big upset OXFORDS LOAFERS
Holton picked Georgia Tech tol; EAS"Y. .t
Baer came the closest to the J UPPIIS. EVERY PAIR A BRAND
actual score of the Gee rlla- $
Florida game, the tie-breaker) ADDPEOPLE ". sizes 4 ACTUALVALUE YOU'LL KNOW,
and Judges selected him. as ( TO 12
winner He win receive a check] .. I' TO 2.95 OUR ENTIRE STOCK
U I Pew
for.1100 fpr his skillful select.Ing. TI A PAIR. OF WORK SHOES ALSO.

Judges commended the hundreds
of entrants for careMy $.r.s.c c., tss. ....Oraese.LLao
following the roles to the contest -JOO"..,. t wes.....u Iowa 915 NORTH MAIN ST.
particularly! fa die use efjfrxUie a In Food Fair ;
cards suitable lor martini I Center
lie entries.

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e. "AUtiO", .....1,_ W !s1t I And the Jews

'."I, .., PAT COWlSt. Viet ",....
Florida's Beautiful *Ml It IONN'OIl VIM ,...,- SOUTH a '
fir,' '...1 ... SMwMvt ......, W t, (111)IIIDIOLI I BUCKLEY JR.-
Vulveralty City' wr t ?, Viii r.wt.wl MX A*. By WILLIAM F.

wrtltM. prwUMl airicNri...101 draiHom tA.TAOL10MarYN. MMHtr.THE By RAI.PH McGU.L The news Is now official that the Vatican Council Is
Pmiiuf ,.... m..i.. pMitakw I session &,decisive action on what is
., ...... .. t unlikely at this
SUN'S POLICY 1 r. Vu referred to as "the declaration on the there ia

disappointment in many quarters at an Indecisiveness
1. Report *.:".... fully end impartially In the ntwi" col..";'.. .For My great that sugesta to some that there lingers In Catholic doctrinean

2. fxprtti the opinions of Hit Sun I In--tut only In-editorials. anti-Semitism which the old guard\ reluctant to expunge

3. Publish all ildti of 'important conttOMniol mu.,. Well.meaning Catholics are largely responsible for this, misunderstanding -

The Sun's telephones: All department 378-1411 PurposeHolds. THE TROUBLE. IS largely psychological' and. was largely

+ unavoidable. The moment the Vatican Council suggested that

the time had come to make a declaration on the Jews,

Inferred that the Catholic Church had been
It was instantly
Rejection of ExtremesThe ..., somehow committed, pending such an announcement, to an In-

vidloua view on Jewry. The old anti-Semitic warcry, of course,

,' victory of Lyndon B. Johnson whether he had a coherent policy in Robert Kennedy greeting T wMrSMOKE was that the Jews are "delcldes," I charge based on thfa.t
several !thousand friends and
Jewish mob and the Jewish Establishment
that It was a -
and Hubert H. Humphrey decisive economic affairs. He gave the impression volunteer workers when his
i was who called for the execution of Christ'though(! the executioners -
and unambiguous. The American of inconsistency in this field Senate election was assured, themselves were Romans).

people clearly chose to continuethe just as he did In foreign affairs. quoted' from Tennyson: In point of fact, and not withstanding an unimpressive historical

administration's \ 'Come, my friends, 'tis performance,, the Catholic Church never held officially -
present management -
not too late to seek a newer this view Martin Luther did and
The dominant questions of foreign to although thought
of foreign and domestic affair ,, I
world. Lets '
do It said "
: of the Jews as a despised race account of their rejection
:Wther: than to turn it over to an policy and civil rights overshadowed the senator-elect oi nft Christ; ai., .Thomas" .
the issues of the domestic Aquinas
untried new manager who advocated SIGNALSDEAN' explicitly absolved the Jews of

several drastic changes. state. So it was that many Republican THE"LINE IS from Tenny'enn's the charge,of deiclde Christ

conservatives, who tend to agree "Ulysses. The grizzledold NEWS COLUMNISTS himself asked forgiveness for
warner, weary of the OF INTERPRETIVE his .
with Goldwater's views taxation executioners on the
on ,
Barry Goldwater and William Mil. smug, self satisfied climate
grounds that knew
they not
"for represented a break from a longstanding welfare programs and so on, were of his home as he found it what they did In which case'

bipartisan foreign policy. fearful of his foreign policy after years of his wandering and Freedom to ActBy they. could hardly be. guilty
war, gathers crew about
They advocated greater wielding of of an offense of that magnitude '
Goldwater and Miller probably Luke (Acts 1-17)) repeats
military scorned the idea of "Come friends
power ,
represented the widest swing away my WALTER UPPMANN deeply committed in South t the first business of a Presi- Christ's absolution, although;(
control and much of 'TIs not too late to seek
,rm. opposed from the center of American politics Vietnam than President I dent elected with such a ma- on the. other hand (Acts 7.51>
{he foreign aid Goldwater's newer world. Thanks to the kind of victory In whichIn
program. Dwight Eisenhower had ever jority after such a campaignis speaks angrily terms
by a major party since the days of and
Push off well
'oversimplified view of world politics silting he has won, President been. That i is why at the out to enjoy the luxury of tak- a sensitive age, seem tn

I IJa made Amerca's allies nervous, and William Jennings Bryan, at least, In order smite Lyndon Johnson can now set he adopted without reserve ing a new look at (the national have a genocldal .ring ("You

Ia the outcome of the election will be and possibly the divergence was the The sounding furrows; for look forward to a stretch of the Dulles Adenauer interest, and of making a stubborn people, with heathen .

greatest in our history. In past elections my purpose holds time when he has a licenseto line on the two Germanys and fresh judgment of tht work. hearts and tars, you are

reassuring to them. extreme elements of one partyor and To the sail baths beyond the sunset, follow his own Judgment, on relations with the Soviet ability of policies. always opposing the Holy I

free from partisan politics. Union. For President Kenne- Spirit, Just as your forefathers
another have broken away Into Of all !the western stars, un- He is free not only because did! ) -
The election was a rejection of extreme dy never had the opportunity IN THIS UNIQUE time
third and fourth parties as did the til I die the size of his majority is an Johnson when partisan politics Is adjourned Although no Christian 'scholar
which President now
positions in both foreign and States Rijrhters and Progressives In It may be that the gulfs vote of confidenceIn
enormous has, which is to review de- when !the air is no or for that matter Jewish
"domestic affairs. It was a rejection of will wash us down; him personally but also because scholar has discovered
1948, the Populists before the turn of liberately what comes up to longer filled with I campaign In
.:* backward view on civil rights. Gold- It may be we shall touch a principal element of there be Catholic doctrine any plausible .
prltr1 the century, etc. Rut this time the the Isles the White House from the slogans, can an unhurried
water believes the enforcement of radical right wing of the Republican Happy the landslide was the rejection State Department and the and calm re-examlna- justification for ahti-Semitism
And the Achilles
great ,
of extremism at
tion of how to fulfill our com- the Catholic Church was
ZHvil rights should be largely left to Pentagon
party took over the party. whom we knew.
and abroad. mitments in South Vietnam nevertheless resolved to dispel
the states. This was a clear issue Though much is taken,
; IT IS AIREA6y apparent of such projects as !the mixed- any conceivable ambiguity
As the votes are
:mid it was rejected by the people. The sound much abides; and thoughWe soon as on the subject 'which Is
defeat delivered to this counted a newly elected l t that President Johnson will be manned nuclear fleet (MLF)
are now
element by the electorate, therefore, strength which in old days President Is beset by factionsIn under pressure from various which is the brainchild of pro- why the Vatican Council decided
w = On the other issues of domestic af- fessors miscast as military to move It was Intended
!li of great significance. It shows that Moved earth and heaven; the bureaucracy which I bureaucratic lobbies promoting in

fairs, the vote was less assessable. extremism is not good politics In that which we are, we are; have their special e s u s e sand the sale of their projects.One China strategists policy, on, our our obsolescent antiquated friendship part for as the a Jewish gesture people of

j ;"Certainly; : no clear mandate Will laid America. It shows that the American One equal' temper of heroic their. pet tell projects the President to promote of the, characteristics of German policy, our confined to help to atone for whatever .
down with to "liberalism" in the stable and hearts, the bureaucratic lobbies Is responsibility'.non-Jews
regard or people are, man, !that the sign European policy. .
Made weak by time and during camp that they redouble their -
"conservatism" In pressures In this whole field, President feel for the acts of Hitler
government econ thoughtful, not given to radicalism, things In foreign affairs
fate, but strong in will many when their projects run (which let tis
omic policies. Goldwater did not offer not likely to be wooed by demagogic To strive, to seek, to find, had to be postponed Into trouble. Johnson will never againbe were acts not only never of forget
free he
so as la now to do non-
real "choice" in direction he and not to Now that he has won, h c
HI as appeal. yield"Much The bureaucratic lobbies' what is right and damn the Christians but anti Christians .
prco :Claimed. Tie devoted many speeches of mankind always must reach Immediate decisions will all be in a hurry. They torpedoes ).

:{ has been bent on seeking a and move promptly. will tell the President that
repudiation of his past positions Gainesville Alachua and North
ea : farm social security and Central Florida made the newer and better world. ThisIs Europe Is in disarray and A faction within the Counrilsuccessfully
eeh4 xui policy, same rejection an old dream. It is one THESE PRESSURES on the
that the President must act at
.: 1her Issues. It was hard to tell that held John Kennedy. It is President come from sincere New argued that it is
to set Europe In order.
once one thing to explicitly absolve
one that Lyndon Johnson inherited men who have Invested per.
They will tell him that Asia ElephantJoke modern Jews of guilt.but i I ,
sonally In their projects. But any
from the old Populist
Is in chaos and that unless
fhF that H Is' not the business
doctrines of his the effect of yielding to their
the President acts at once, : of a Council, under the
and those of other small Texas insistence would be to tie thePresident's pressof
Voice of the hands before he the Chinese will drive //the! (el N_ Vwt ,,"'.. modern circumstances, definitively
farmers before the turn of
People NEW YORK It not
the century has had a chance to makeuse Americans back In San francisco bt may to intercept scripture
of the unique opportunityto and beyond precisely helpful to tht and history, and neatly resolve ,
Republicans but there Is
fresh look which The bureaucratic 1 lobbies a such questions as wheth.
I THIS IS THE: anniversarymonth take a

ofW uufeOti The Sun's Opinion Plebe -n.-j' of the cruel and senseless his election gives him. will, all be pressing, the President proposal that remaking making the the party rounds er favored or not race the of Jews God were who lost the

assassination of President i. to his
forego most
pre image will be as
O.Iwl.e..d i .."".,..to .0 Sun r4. ... ..* ..Ie.| "". In she V.K. .f the P..pl. ..,.",.. Littin Kennedy (Election day President John Kennedy cious right, which Is to get easy as their special standing as the
MvM k. tll...' *.4 k..r the ..1... ........ M.", .. will k* wlthktM If .......... A kltw .h..... hard was a victim of these bu of sculpting an elephant: Just result of their refusal to recognize
use.....' JOO wtrJt ..4 must k* wrlH.n .. MPM 1I..t the M.... rrrv ciniMr k* ...4. Tk was on the Kennedy reaucratic pressures, a n d In nut the ruts and unsnarlthe take hammer and chisel and Christ, etc., etc. The
bln .Sum..." Ik. right M .'oot| ,,f It".. M I* ikirttn H, wisps.t choitin the wrlln s ", ..ftl.. M haters. Senator Ted Kennedywas yielding to them he came tangles which come froma chip away everything I !that trouble became of c o u r s e.

.#...'. .re-elected In Massachusetts near to wrecking his administration quite different past. Surely doe n't look like an elephant.Franco that the filing of this judicious

had many examples of this I skill In doing this type of Robert Kennedy won a at the outset. President caveat, which represented

Schools Should and the literature of that will work. really massive victory in Johnson In 1964 Is in a e not only Arab pressure but
New York) In of the
plague ua for many years A. R MEAD one much stronger position than also the cautious demands of
campaign interviews in New Missed the Emits
Nurture Citizens was President Kennedy after has
Also many of the oral stale- exegetical scholarship
York Robert Kennedy was ----
his election in 1960 For Pres- (c) Nm Vtrt TI"... now. resulted In embarrass.
menta publicized the City Joof; On asked when he mentioned con father and grandfather
tlii EDITOR Sun This American ident Kennedy had not yet meet in that sensitive
: fact. some
some program in which the Generalissi m o were navy officers and as a
ii Education Week should acquired enough;( self eon f i- observers believe that. the
Federal ? late President had believed Francisco Franco's hobbles young man he. too, dreamedof
The writer proposes that Bldg. dcnce in the White House and ,
Church has h
remind all citizens of the extraordinary and a naval a p w n
If he hisbrothers are hunting
Invoking fishing
was career.
importance of the each community a h e u I d de- he was acutely aware of the Itself unwilling truly to exon
name to win voles generally unknown so f. r- However, Spain, just '
publle school and its strategic velop a public policy about EDITOR Sun: As a citizenof fraility of his majority.He erate the Jewish' race. The
He answered paInting. from her defeat
straight o r In the
this matter and I h the City of Gainesville I
support e ,
role In of life. There whole episode Is I 'good
our way schools In doing this task wish to voice a protest on two wardly: did not feel that he was Spaniards are seeing for the war with the United States I very
art a few of Its purposes items connected with the "Much of what I am Is due free. That is why President first time a few canvases by over Cuba in 1898, had few argument against publicly releasing

tbt should be better under- And the teacher e due ation Federal I new to President Kennedy" he Kennedy acquiesced, I h o ugh El Caudillo in a filmed biography warships then and turned the text of the scheme
fto! d.$ and to which the schools agencies should place mo re Building im aware his him until they are considered, discussed !
that the city had nothing to said quietly. "He inspiredme with doubt and a bad con of life showing down, so Franco enteredthe
should give more emphasis stress upon equipping ill do with the building Itself, butI as he did others He motivated science, In the crazy project here. Army Academy. After and acted upon.

and In which teachers should teachers to direct such understand the ii me to think and to of the Bay of Pigs. That is One of the paintings is a seeing action in North Africahe

lie- abl. to do more and betItLteschlng studies and discussions r Inn for the two city Items responsible I wish to serve In government why he allowed himself to become self.portrait showing the chiefof became, at the age of 32, THE LIBERAL dogma in

I : First of these Is all subjects Include such (Issues If I cannot be elected, 1 want more extensively and state as a seaman Fran- Furope's youngest general favor of open covenants open

thr: urgent need for literacy question to teach This, too, Is becauseof ly arrived at Is someth I n gone

in-reading and the associated Here Is one that will not 1. The so called lighting him. His life was useful Airmen Watch Those 'Whistling Swans! wishes might be repealed
sujjecta of the elementary 1 on the mall In my opinion, I would like for mine lo be at the next plenipotentiary I
school including (the ethical disturb many persona but will Is hideous. Every time I look useful. It wis not possible to council of the liberal Estab-
Illustrate the need: Are human Ml Mar von THHM' which are beginning their I The alert will run to about
ind spiritual values which I lishment.
at It, I feel like laughing or be with and to work with
the public school can direct beings born with evil or crying but I'm not sure whichIs President Kennedy and not WASHINGTON T h I IS Is annual Southeastern migration Nov. M, when the migrationwill Two years ago Pop e John

for they still have more to do do they learn believed evil? Once It the appropriate thing to do feel something! of his spirit a time of the year when pilots from the Great Lakes toChesape.ke probably be over. eliminated the liturgical reference -

with these than the sectarian was widely that all The globes remind me of a and will So) I can say that have some compet I tie i n for Bay Pilots were warned especially to the "perfidious I I
children were evil by Inherit. The agency anticipates I I not to fly beneath "
eluirchcsjJVt Jews.
shop though the I here is because It is the unanimous
pawn even theyarcnt reason am flying space with I whistling
were told last yearwhen nee, now a different view li in groups of three. of him." swans "heavy formations' of t h t flocks of swans, ducks and judgement of Catholic 'philological -
quite widely accepted yet big white birds over Minnesota geese The birds tend to dive
Operation Alphabet was that
old scholarship neverat
It looks fashioned
Also so When Robert Kennedy was
The Federal Aviation Agency -
BCoperation! (hit this county many persons cling to the Once upon a time we chided about having moved Wisconsin, Southern when closely approached by any time did the root
had several thousand illilerilet cider view. Youth have a need has reminded fliers I of Michigan northern Ohio I 'aircraft: Fatal accidents have Latin words ""perfidia" and
had similar lights downtown lo New York In order lo hea
and right to have presented, this, urging that they be western New York, western occurred by colllsio a wi I th !perfidus," respectively "unbelief"
but 11 h his
replaced w candidate always -
they were answer
examined and criticized the 'alert to the hazards of colliding and central Pennsylvania and birds.
:;.Second, and closely associated more modern fixtures to keep was a quiet one "I I and "unbelieving
data about this old Issue. with whistling swans Maryland.
with the first Is the pact with the times. New, lived In Washington 13 yearsIn have any moral sense -

whole area of citizenship edu- The same Is true about w.'rt stepping backward rather government work. But, merely a religious one. They

cation. Our youth and many state! vs federal governmental than moving forward. The New York was my home for meant to say not that the
have shown lamentable powers, the true nature of POTOMAC FEVER Jews were treacherous, but
adults a lights and the building J Just many, many years. Thecarpetbagger
Ignorance of the basic race as a factor In a human. don't |0 together! Who is responsible charge died' Hy JACK \\ILSON. Cow.! Washington Bureau merely that they were unbelieving

fundamentals of the g o vern- beings life, the many auprr.atltlous which depart. out after the first two weeksof as undeniably they

ment under which they live. attitudes about agrtgrlculture ment In the city* I think they campaigning. Russia shows off some new rockets, but President Johnson apparently doesn't were as were the Moslems

This has been shown most weather, associations need some assistance In future think they're much of a threat-he goes ahead and has his tooth filled anyway. the Hindu and the ConfucianIsts -

evidently In the matter of the together foreigners planning ROBERT KENNLDY: victory :

Bill' of Rights of both I h eState those who speak a different In New York State was thou En-Lal Is still chilly toward the new leaders In the Kremlin. They'renot

and Federal Constitu language, Chow whose dress 2. What about parking f. r no coat.tail rWt. His majority only soft on the U. S. but they even nerve catsup with the egg rolls IT IS ONE thing, lo make

tions. Many other civic understandings and appearance differ much employees] In the Federal was more than a hair I that crystal clear and to remove

and attitudes are from ours and many other Building? Wasn't the city million votes His strength The Senate will reopen the Bobby Baker Investigation, and Bobby lays he the term 'perdfia Ju-

needed and they are the teach- Issues of varying Importance.Had supposed to furnish adequate was widely distributed. It was may write a book. Question la whether he can finish it before the committee daica" because t It suscep

er's parent's and other's responsibility the public schools space and Isn't It a fact that In no sense a triumph pro- tries to throw it at him. tible lo misunderstanding-

to Inculcate and served all youth for a generation they are now welching 0 n (duced by a heavy New York -- another lo expect the Christian

nrpporlAmong and had teachers able their part of the bargain? Hso City lota). The Kennedy pattern There' a lot of unemployment among politician u a result of the election.Tb.y're church-any: more than

"" these abilities 1s that lo do this kind of teachingand who In the City Is responsible of support was statewide looking everywhere for job* scraping the bottom of the pork barrel. one would expect the same of
for this situation? 1 don't
complex ability to be able to had they been permittedto any other churci to guard
examine, study and discuss do this work and supported blame the employes, r e 1 .- The result should prove Florida Gov. Bryant accompanies the cope when they raid a bootlejrser's so clearly against the possibility

controversial! Issues in termsof It, wt would not now have tlvea Included who are "mad enormously helpful! to the still. And wt always thought it was sunshine that Florida was famous for. as a wet hen" over the lack In the Senate feelings, as lo
facts and sound principles so much of the noiKlvic behavior Democratic party abandon tit.
IIICI not in terms of local or as has been shown by of parking facilities. This Is a and In the state There Treasury officials art thinking of reviving; the S3 bill. \\t'rt not auperstilr concept of "btli w,4

area or other prejudices. Very violence, bombings and other matter which needs Immediate has been a great lack of party )u about It any more. At these prices how much bad luck can you buy for "unbeliever."

fw schools have this right evils. So the writer urges attention. organization In New York. I:: n II a very great pity that
The city should keep up !la the
Is afraid the people of this community This win be remedied. Kennedy utterly commendable
today.entrust them with the task lo ponder this problem and with the times and keep their will) bring Intelligence, Nixon and Rockefeller exchange brickbats as is only natural-each thinks effort of Catholic officials la
to word. If they donl. we're en- and he's the outstanding authority on losing repudiate and .
character SemiUsm.
or directing youth to do this help Its high schools do this Individuals youth energy H
titled to know should have
task urging them to develop lo the party. Those sam M mismanaged
well. As
and do K a result
task responsible and to receive an differently In Bolivia. Down there they whether there's the business as
of our adults showa a publicly supported qualities will be of value to They de thing run an tt have excited -

serious, many lack of this ability. program for It and with explanation the ration and the party in .'n fir 1ICII. smptcka. rather than
1IIdtntIndIn .
.The campaign! just closed( teachers who have katwn MRS. MARY A. JOHNSON

A Washington."S I', 1

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ThuncMy----No.IIJ2J! 1964 Golnes' ./llte Sun 5

of Tampa FLORIDA

Tuition Change Scale Due Jolt Plurality I1S0 11'8 I! Florida Congressmen Gain I

Tampa TAMPA officials-UnheraUy announced of Y iN { $Rr Higher Committee Posts

\ this week that the coat of tuition ,

l at the college will Increase TALLAHASSEE APi-PresI, By DILLON GRAHVM Ity, depending on what party Is I Rains of Alabama.
beginning with the fall ( WASHINGTON: (AP Seven' In control. Haley will gain the third spot
dent Johnson carried Florida '
I bya
i ter in Sept. 1966. seme.I' Florida members of the House The retirement of Rep. Carl on the Democratic side of the
margin of 42,599 votes in last
The new rite for full! (week's general election, official will move up In seniority on! Vinson of Georgia, after SO Veterans Affairs Committeewith
students will be |47S their committees I result of In the combined Elizabeth
per semester I I vote figures reported to the weIrctary as years House the departure of Rep. -
\ which will include tuition of states office showed election defeats and voluntary with the defeat'! of Rep Arthur Kee of West Virginia
and all bask fees. For fu 1J. I it I today, retirements Wlnstead of Mississippi, will\ The retirement of Rep. Lester
time student residents of Hills- AD 67 counties filed their official Rep. William C. Cramer Republican push Bennett up two positions Johnson of Wisconsin and the
borough County the rate wCl be i I canvasses of votes with will benefit from the to 7th place on the Armed defeat of Rep. George Grant of
\$50 less for the academic year. (Secretary of State Tom Adams I decision of Rep. James C Services Committee. Alabama will make Matthewsthe
The revised tuition costs will for consideration by the State Auchmcloss of New Jersey and Sikes will >move up0 Ith ninth ranking Democrat on
bring the University of Tampa [Canvassing Board Rep. William E. Miller of New place on the AppproprlaUons the Agriculture Committee.
more closely into line with The official totals made no York not to seek reelection Be- Committee because of the retirement Sen. George Smathers will
other private colleges throughout {changes from the election outjcomes -, fore being! selected the Republican of Rep. Harry Sheppard -I' move up one position on the
the state, according to the previously reported I vice presidential nomlntP'l of California\ Democratic side of the Foreign
University's business office.: Johnson carried Florida by Miller\ announced he Pepper will become No 12 Relation Committee with the
Even under next year's new 9-18,510 voles\: In W .JIl for Re- run for another term In the I Democrat on the Banking and departure of Hubert Humphrey
Male however tuition costs at publican presidential candidate House I Currency Committee 11 a resultof from the Senate to become vice
the University of Tampa will Barry Goldwater It was the Aiirhinrlo.ii, now approaching retirement of Rep Albert president,
still be under this year's costs ,:(t first time since 1918 that FlorIda 80 I, was ranking Republican on - -- --- ,_
at other Florida private Institutions '. went Democratic In the the House Public Works Committee .'

A comparison<< show that l I'"s wie.v' I A. Wnl presidential voting With hn retirement linker's Attorney Denies.*
University of Tampa students Official votes also showed that Cramer will advance to the No. I
will be paying $344 less per Students Love Their Schools* Sen Spessard Holland defeated GOP position on the committee Secretly Seeking Settlement
year than at the University of GOP challenger: Claude Kirk This will make him the'!

Miami, $335 less than at Rollins, I These Jacksonville high school pupils picketed the Duval County courthouse 997.583 to 582,212.Democratic only member of the'! states I of court settlement of 111,000
SIM! less than at Florida Presbyterian -I yesterday in protest of the impending low of accreditation to all 13 public high nominee Haydon the delegation to rank that high on I O Nrui dark (Ftmrd I been- concluded, as reported In
$90 less than at Ftori- schools In the county. One object of their protest was Ralph Halter, county In1SIIIIIIOr Burns of Jacksonville' wan any committee. WASHINGTON There has the current Issue of Newsweek
133.5.10\ 888,334for < :
Ida Southern and $50 less than recently re-elected. Note Walter campaign.. kn at right top !governorship Millers departure from the 'been no agreement under White Magsilne, although discussions
GOP nominee Charles Holley I
-- -
House will give Cramer the
at Stetson. House to conceal the under
i, of St. Petersburg pressure at n higher figure are ,
Room and board charges are I third GOP spot on the Judiciary fart that I negotiated settlement ) -
expected to remain the same IN FEDERAL BUILDING : Negro Pupils lp: Trrrof It Committee, Is being sought In the wayBaker also denied to'days
when the changes go hits effect WASHINGTON AP> Negro Reps Rob Sikei, Charles. K. IKX1,noo r.1 v 11 damage suit I ago that he had agreed toluch
ANN ARBOR, Mich, (tAPS ; Bennett, Billy Matthews, Claude Robert G. Baker,
t Blindness Doesn't Stop pupils now account for 171 per!I against central a settlement
cent of the enrollment In District A sign over a shop in Ann Arbor -(Pepper, James C Haley and figure In a prolonged senate Since there was no settlement
Hurt of Columbia public schools readsi "Help Stamp Out Paul Rogers! all Democrats and Investigation earlier this 1 there was nothlnj to
Concession Service School census figures: released Summer!" I II (I Edward J, Gurney, Republican year, David Carllner, attorneyfor keep secret," Carliner said.
Wednesday show an increase of I|I The shop sells ski equipment the plaintiffs, said yester "Certainly nothing was saM tome
In Motorcycle By ANN CARTER tables and about five at 5.SIR Negro pupils over last I(An Indian summer temperature I day I about keeping quiet until I
VoW Student Journalist walk-up punter I''year I|of 71)) wis bit Wednesday I I(I selected on the' basis of semor- Neither, he added has an out- election was over"IT'S -

Auto Accident Being totally blind since 'Booth's snack bar Is partof
early childhood hasn't stopped a rehabilitation program of
Dos d J. Stone, Gainesville Robert Booth from an the Florida Council for the
police bffteer, Is listed In satisfactory active business career. Blind. Florida has IS such
eon d I tion today In He operates a snack bar stations throughout the state,
Alachui General Hospital, after off the main lob by, /ground they can be found In almost
being k jured when his motor floor, of the new Federal any establishment that has
cycle hi a car. Building which house the' hungry people' from hospitals
Stone} of 3017 NE 11th Ter., Post Office and other government to private industries.
was Injtttd when Ida H. Ham- agencies The men who handle these 1aG
ilton til NW 13th St., backed "I'm working the store services
public are paid on a
into the lath of his bike at 10.38p alone," Booth said, "but by commission basis and are
,m. Wednesday at 900 NW 13th December my wife will help subject to monthly council inspections : 111 e e 1f

St., Gainesville> police said out Shes doing the bookkeeping of financial reports I GIStCUN1 ,RE s
Stone was hospitalized! with HOVSEw
possible for me now, a n yway" and operating procedures.
concussion ind leg Injuries -
"Chanres are one In torn
The snack bar, which I that 111 get cheated In my 1 ..
cited 1/1
Ida Hamilton
'ailure to yield was rght of wayDamage rl serves hot, hot beverages dogs, hamburgers sandwiches -. can transactions tell coins," by Booth their said weight He LIKE A TREASURE HUNT HUNDREDS OF ITEMS! SOME DECORATIVE ( COLORFUL

was 1545.SabiSath and packaged Items and feel In his hands. For PLASTIC FRUITS ) SOME UNUSUAL (BEAN BAG ASH TRAYS) ... AND ONLY 66!
Is open (30am. to J p.m. the past year hes managed
Service The space, given to Booth a snack bar at the U.S. Department
by the General Services Administration of Agriculture 0 n c .iurr !
Congregation B'JIal Israelwill a Federal I NE 16th Ave. F N
hold Sabbath services FrI- agency responsible for con Booth does all the buying i7
day evening all (ctock at the structing and maintaining I himself and his contracts with
synagogue, SW Second Place 1 government buildings, will sccomndate -' about IS or 20 wholesale distributors
,and SW Second Terrace, IS to 18 persons at .
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6 Golrun-illa Sun Thursday, November 12, 1964

"7,;-,:-. :t;;, 0,., GoodBy
o. .t ; I GHS Actors Excellent in 'Camelot'; Set ,

'1 VERE RICHARDSThe verve, and understanding. AH ly arrogant in the beginning Two solos In choruses were Sarah The Pages and, Lawrence Eddie Reed Smith and
Gainesville High School her lighter songs were extremely and later, completely changedby sung with positive diction and Clarence Rutledge were very
Choruses presented "Camelot"for well done, and to her serious love of Guenevere, a charming warm, vital tone by Wanda
busy pages.
a school audience Wednesday numbers she added a sympathy through still two fisted Hertel. Judy Davis also d 1 dwell dances were exceptionally -
morning in the School auditorium that made them lovely. knight His voice was excellent. In a solo part in another The a* well as the ballet
under the direction of The King Rikl Danburg, was Bert Small was a riot asKing chorus. Clarence Rutledge, Tre- the tumblers.
[Mrs. Catherine Murphree, pro too dependant on Merlyn, the Pellinore, and so was Dennis vor Byrd Donald Johnson, and School Orchestra
ducer and Music Director The magician, but learned to'make Sommer as Mordred, with Jimmy Whitney handled their The High selections
costumes were rich and In keepIng decisions and grew up, and a different kind of riot. H1 I I. knightly roles well and Chuck played Interesting "Overture"to
with the times of King Danburg showed this In his act. song "Seven Deadly Virture" Kuhr, Bill Wells, Adair Gar- from "Camelot" as the
under excellent
Arthur, The six sets of scenery ing. His voice In his broader was part of the riot. rett and Frank Gross were good the show, Rea-
were hand-painted by Mrs. Hel- numbers was big and full, The diction of the choruses in their bit parts. The three direction of Mrs. Dorothy
u 't s'' en Philpott and were excellent but was diffident when the was unusually fine and the heralds were fine too Amy I ves. ,
and very effective. EverythingIn play required. The song, sound volumn pleasantly tremendous '
the performance was good, "Camelot. was perhaps his best They looked very well LEON DAVIS'
but the best thing in it was the in
handling. The In their costumes too. SAYS:
excellence of the actors. duets of the .:.
King and Queen Janice as Morgan
The show is were all well put over, and the Le Eldgway her magic with "H.v. you had on rofeasrlonalcheckup)re-*
Fey ran "
,. See
full of color, "What | ? a p
Simple Folks Do" fairies t Look for, the
with Merlin, was much skill. Her troup of "I, 'lntur.nci Agent tomorrow
delightfully spirited and excellent too. Lynn San- Bil"1'!
RIDES TO SCHOOL, DRIVE-INS, PEP RAWES, SMOKEOUTS |the very dilA Sun their dance to It of top merit, defur were as Nlmue, the Nymphwho I phase"'.4141
Thin 19'/i-fo cir Krvei teenager well nified magician In its fun and bounce'
stole Merlyn and all I 1 PROTECTION WIIK
a lady magIcian Reviewan Steve Myklng made much of his magic did It partly with a : NATIONAL N... I-M
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS SAY Invisa setting b 1 up e the role of Lancelot, being high- lovely singing voice. I

wall by the

12-Cylinder Car ''Greatest'LC aid of of dancing number -elfa, lOts of fine SATURDAY :
dancing and gorgeous singing, LAST 2 &
both chorus and solo.] The book
Mass. (AP) gallons at one time, and the gas co-Inventor of an automatic pin- and lyrics abound in scintillating -
Thou who commute to school tank wasn't even full And the setting machine for bowling. dialogue, and the music Is
wish Bradburn Barrows, 18, other day when the oil was The elder Barrows said he even better than the script with COX FURNITURE
I travel ]In comfort and style foreign changed it took 11 quarts. had got the Lincoln from a the best chorus singing In
j to today's hot-rodderi. friend, Merton Barrows of nearby years in GHS and the rolesall
f Bradburn drives I shiny, Young :Barrows obtained the Topsfield, who Is no relation sung and acted with skill.
black, 12-cylmder Lincoln limousine 1939 Lincoln] recently throughhis .1 by putting up a 1919 Model T Guenevere was played by Suzanne -
o that' 19H feet long and father, R. Lionel Barrows. I Ford and $1,500. Martin with delightful 1QC I Ibri5tma5
. .......- -- -
fitted out like a living room. WAREHOUSE
It has leather upholstery,
teakwood paneling, foot pillows, Club JHemberrf:
chromium fixtures, window

blinds I roll-down, an Intercom window system that separates and Receive this free Christmas Gift when you /

;'T the passengers from the

,:T 8 chauffeur"This ii the greatest," said Join our New Christmas Club SALE

o N young Barrows today. "We I
:IV didn't know such comfort when
Mn I was driving my 1932 hot-rod 1, ".,;
with no hood and no roof. I
! "We've had as many as 17 InI I
the car. At drive-in theaters we I
LCin Invite young people from other 602 S. MAIN ST.
pre cars to Join us and alt around In I
a crowd' I Itt

birthday I"We've had parties football and rallies even,I BUY FURNITURE AT PRICES THAT ARE

smokeouts in the car I
For the unknowing, Barrows
explains that a ,smokeout Is PRACTICALLY A GIVEAWAYNO
t when a bunch of guys sit around,
in the car smoking cigars and
cigarettes with all the windows
up and the blinds down.
Ron Melzard, 17, another I A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL
companion, said of the smoke- CASH NECESSARY I
outs; 'It occupies us. It's better I HOLD ANY ITEM

tri Into than trouble.sitting" around getting, Just a small down payment will deliver We will hold any item until you ari ...dJ'

,pit Barrows said he Isn't trying to a handsome and colorful Christmas design plastic Table Cover; any purchase: ; pay the balance on low to have It delivered. A small depost is all

.a compete with the school buses, full 54 x 72 inches, to add gaiety to your holiday menus. term or use our 90 day plan with no that is necessary. Now is the time to lay
"but the more kids I pack Into carrying a-way items for Christmas. Purchase now
leI charges.
the car the more there are to end
"I lr
chip In for gas" And the small amounts you save each week in your Christmas
tr "They don't make 12-cyllndcr Club will add gaiety tg your next< Christmas, with a check to pay
cars any more. This car Is a .
all shopping bills.
F 1939 model, and it's not exactly your COME SHOP-COME SEEGUARANTEEDSAVINGS
!gentle on gas consumption. I bet
I don't miles gallon '
get eight a tlLIt' tNe 'MIIU', "IIDID un socK Will
of on It. Doe Iris 5NOPPINe IOC It WIIK'
1\ "We've ordered as much as 20 --------it.---- ---- -----r.- :
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Need Holiday -I: -_'I'----J------iIs = I
b. Gifts to Cheer
ar Join Today atGUARANTY

j Mental Patients I 9AM 'TIL 5:30 PM =' =-

Gifts for mental patients al
W Christmas time are wanted by FEDERAL
Iii the Alachua County Mental '
fa Health Assn. MAIN STORE I :

lit Sidney Martin, president, saidgifts At .L
at Christmas are a vital
part In rehabilitating patients 19 S.E-.1 st Ave. T
S In mental hospitals In Florida Of Gainesville 220 North Main Street, Phone FR 2-8494
b including many f rom, Alachua Will Be Open i H
County. I >y5R n /i 1 W\Bf\ frStB l jg iiMie'll
Patients who are forgotten at 'Chartered and Supervised b. Til 9 P.M.
,Christmas by their home com he United States Government' SAVI IY THE 20th
munities have a much mere 4101 '
difficult time making the step Annum loch Account Insured Up Tt OF ANY MONTH. Friday

from hospital back Into those Compounded $10.000.00 ..... EARN FROM THE Night _
communities. Martin said. Free Perking In R..r _
"Project Cheer" U sponsored Semi.Annuoliy Drive-In Window FIRST!
by the county association to "A Federal Savings Institution' 602 SOUTH MAIN ST,
Richer gifts for patients. i I| _



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for top-quality vegetables. .

KILL Boss's Temperament On Job



APHIDS (API Dr Francis J. Braceland of pointing out that from M to 10 GRESHAM, 12 W. UNIVERSITY
Ever wonder why the boss Is Hartford, Conn., former psychiatrist per cent of all dismissals In In-
unreasonable sometimes In the In chief In the U.s. surgeons -dustry are due to social Incompetence nTH PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. nTH ST. =
with new morning* general's office, says the rather than Industrial
Or cranky executive can't check his per. failure
Perhaps even hostile'A sonal problems like that ear Dr. Braceland, In has
Phosdrin ly morning argument at home prepared remarks, suggestedthat
prominent psychiatrist says at the parking lot. He has to FAMILY-SIZE
official be
you probably can blame It on for an to badly REG. $2.49 GALLON REG. 89c _
them Into the office
INSIOTIOIOIBintr bring maladjusted Is worse than U he
that argument h* had at breakfast PLASTIC
vegetable profits will be yours when you stop eb with his ton or his wife Dr. Braceland told a confer had the measles
Nat worms cabbage loop,, aphid and other foliit once sponsored by the Society ''One of the disadvantages of PRESTONE LAUNDRY
destroying Insects.Use Photdrin! tAdver.e.meep for Advancement of Management -many modern Industrial set-ups
Photdrin kills'em fast It protects such crop*i cauB-! Fat : "The hazards which the ls that all too often work fails to
flower, cabbage broccoli and cihert. And you CM IMPhoidnn Overweight executive brings Into his office provide emotional satisfactions' ANTI-FREEZE BASKET
to within a few days of harvest without harmful Available M you without, e doctor t with him are In many Instances which men need In their occupation .I'
mutual.For beat remits,follow label instruction prescription, our product coiled more difficult for him to cope ,"
Don't gamble your harvest with foliage Insects. Stop Odrlntx, You mutt bock.k>.Odrirnn ugly fat Iso with than the ones he encounters Dr Braceland said a boss's'
them quick with Photdnn and see the better-qu.hly or toy your robltt moray end easily ,wallow.ed there"The personality coven a wide range 1.89 COLORS!' 49C
mage-free vegetable you'U tend to market Get. rid of excess lot arid Hvlongtr boss with poor human and Insisted "there Is no Invariable .i
Odrn( coin $3.00 and ,"
relations said Dr. Braceland, executive type
it told on dolt auarantt : If not
The Kilgore Seed Company satisfied for any reason |suet return tends "to Increase neurotic and 1 i
the packog to your druggistand psychosomatic reactions all Tin presently sells for more
O Division of Asgrow Seed Company qut tlon get' your..full... money Odrlntx back It old No around him" than $3,000 a ton and Industrial 79 Rexall Spray STARCH 49
Alochuo, Florida with dots guarantee byVIBAI This results In high labor ,demand for the metal is Increasing 240.
; etv. arose m I UNI.ICIITV .
__ __ ____ _ J MAIL eoii riiLio turnover sometimes- he added- Reg. $255 EMKO REFILL. .1.39

I LAST DAYS'f. ;;' / -R >..... \) Reg. S9 ALKA-SEL TZER, 25', 37

(;. :Jet/C 4lW ;" :, Reg. 69 MURINE EYE DROPS 42

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': '+ .; $119 PREPARATION-H OINT. 76
: :i r I ,I g'pl fi Iaox "'tAUosW.sreel.et /

1WW: .. ,..- X109'VITALIS HAIR TONIC 66

: 1 A&V1h1ISARY

24" 1 REG. 7ge
REG. $1.00 REG. 98e
Shop 10 A.M.-9 P.M. Wilkinson PLASTIC IRONING

@ OOOO( OO O O O OOOO O O VV\IIQ\, OOIlU QOlJVI\ i"::11:11'1: ';' \\ I O n'lil\dJIO' \ O OOVnOO f I IIIIIIQIII:/ !I ) ( ( I ( ii STEEL PANTS & COVER

Sale Ends Saturday SIc Of Pock Pair E 79c SET 66c

t '. ,,4 Lrst, .:' 3 DAYSPECIAL 89c Household Rubber Gloves 47

:!v.l 69ct Vitamin "C" Tablets loo m9. 49C

98 Vitamin B-1 Tablets loom 9' 79c
rrw rr >x ,k 1 $139-100 Multiple Vitamins I Type''Y 98(

;: -r- ,; BLOUSES $349-100 THERAPEUTICM Vitamins '. .2.89

$450 "REX"8 met' Movie Film, '. paoclss INtIVOSnREG. Na 199

,.,.!'t: .' $1.99'' 14 PIECE SIT ENAMELED

N.Ido' IS lb. Turkey

:/'i /f/ \ -. $ .77 Ji st.r $366 V.I".r$2.29 $1 79

a A wtl $39972x90 RNYLON BLANKET 3.66

}' $398 Electric Heating Pad C rep::of::I 2.99

\ \ $149 Thermos Bottle . sZT; 1.19

I I WHITE AND LUSCIOUS PASTELSI $995 Mirro Pressure Cooker 4 QT. 6.88

''p J'' GoM/ Beige lly PinkCreen .

;'- l V Te",4 M.;. .', $695 Automatic EIcc Vaporizer 3.99 _
-I 410Ev q UU .,4! A,rlc.t L H
$229 Comb. Syringe lJ't1TER 1.49 -

__ ) HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE FROM ALL AT 98 -SOO Sheet Filler Paper 7798c

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Sale, H... C...,,. OPENER DRYER

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Fine Ouelity Pei *..f Sets r. Met.1 Gift B.. TWO VIGITAILIS
Slue AnnrrerMry
Pried .t ...... 2 ON BRANDS nouns HAVI-PItH SLACKS ADDID- ,JUMPERS. SAVE -V,. lbs. $199 COFFEE 82' COFFEE Ott: 82c .-;

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B Golnei.llle San Thursday. Ne eitib.t 12, 1964
land. ward Mullikin Edmond: J. 4th Ave.. and Rebecca
I I Herb, Mr. Roland Hussey, Mr. D. Quinn 820 W. Panhellenie
SUPPORT TH EXCHANGE CLUI CHARITY BALL FRIDAY tJTH Jessie 0. Walker, Helen Carver br., at 6:17: p.m. at WOO W.
/ SEE by i I Shirley Sullivan Marie r.,. and daughter, Michael Hubert University Ave. r'
Buys nab, Wanda C Avery and Pink W. HowelL Joan R. Katz 1020 NW 36th
LUCK 3i5! I daughter, Sidney J. Gob hard' REPORT Ave., and Annette M Trim, 204 f i
TH and daughter, Theron Geiger, POUCE. FIRE NW 34th Place at 12.53 p.m.
11.1 the SUNGENERAL Peggy Davenport and baby Accident RoundupInvolved. at NW 12th St. and 35th Ave.
girl, Winter R. White ,
Fire Calls
Q III II Rufus E. Haire, Alma Lee in accidents
//DA.\\\ I ed by the Gainesville At 1207: p.m. Wednesday,
HOSPITAL McRae and son, Carol Pulley report-I'
I University -
Waddell A. Wallace Melrose; and son, Laverne Colson and Department and the trash fire at the Hub
November 11, 1DM Henry M. Chilly, Mica nopy; daughter, Ruth Beach and son,I County Sheriff Office I of Florida.At ,
BIRTHS John K. ,, the past 24 hours were: tiT: pm. Wednesday
Glenn Welborne L
Kick the Jinx Throw Away Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson P'1a.. Ruaselene. Foley, Chief, Mrs.Thomas Edith, Irene Boxley Myers, Mr. Ed.I I Charles D Veal I, 132'/i NWI|grass fire at 1700 NE 4th Ave.
the Rabbits Foot. Trod. Off Your 1018 NE 28th Ave., a girl; -.- -- -
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Domesnil -
4 Leaf Cloven ., You'll Be 310 NW 19th Ave., a girl; F
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony 0 WOOLWORTH'Slamorous .
Real Lucky If You Shop Her. White, Rt. 2 Box 174A, a girl;
Mr. and Mrs. James f Damp.
FRIDAY. THE,.I3TH. ler, Rt. 1 Box J4C, a boy; Mr. :
and Mrs. Edward U Cox 2111 d i
NE 15th Ter., a girl; Mr. and I. rJ
Mrs. Larry L. Foley, Box 81, _
Chiefland, Fla., a gtrl

LADIES / y L.ADMITTEDHelen Dampier, San o m a: $ wrappings and greetings': t.

,Robertson, Gall Dumesml, Judy
D Ganty, Eva Beckham, Mrs. :
ESKILOO Hazel M. Hart John R. Bangs, 'ii) EJwO7A4 '-" 1It1 '
Charles T. George, Diane'Ren- I I f::::, ,
fore, Else M. Fox, Betty White, I' f :
BOOTSBy Annie Cox, Mary F. Feltham, \ iIc.pI
Beatrice Griffin, all of Gainesvile j ;
'nom. ; Alicia G. White, Williston; J

u, S. Rubber Co. ? m' 'IIr ,
Boys' Club Gives t .

f Similarl Guitar LessonsGuitar .

lessons are the latest
addition to the Boys' Club program
HEELS and FLATS PRICE and will be offered each
Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Boys who
Selection of Colon have their own guitars should
VALUES TO 10.99 EVEN bring them. The club will
2 furnish a demonstrator for use
Friday the 13th Only LESS by those wh do not have one. 1 V
Lessons will be geared primarily
Christmas' gift foil :
for the beginners There Is
no charge for these lessons. Instructor ,y'I'I 8 colorful jewel.look desi,!!!. Eachroll,26d4" 39C rat ".;' 1 ;
CENTRAL for the lessons will be t t --
CHARGE Alan Wright. L B. 8 jumbo rolls gift wrap9 oc'w
The beAt In town! filch ,
i B-L CHARGE buy 7 A 1 ;
Racks Stolen big 360"total.C. .
THE $totlE wtw4 ,.roar :
'' s ,walr 0CnH .'Y ,f OPEN Newspaper racks at the 5 rolls holiday wrap *.
1a 2 tln.gt MA $1
10 .
a m.9p.m.Look Gainesville shopping center N. Main St. were broken Ta I-L Shoe Oept. For Fit. Fashion Selection and Value (early today, Gainesville police 59. ,,' D. 4 rolls Christmas foil
reported. An undeterminedamount t'
I of money was taken. Jewel-tone colon-patterned, plain, $159C aS0
26x160"total. t, ti

1 E. Christmas gift wrap !! Ac
From a wonderful assortment. Each
roll, :6x102".

F. 21 snow frost cards '.
YOUR CHOICE 109 F .,, Slim, beautiful cards painted in (low.
leg pastels, sparkle.

G. 50 scripture greetings

..-,- Beautiful cards with quotations from
4 the Bible. :

SMART CONTEMPORARY STYLES! : a"4 H. 50 glitter cards :11 I

"' DELUXE SLEEPER SOFAS... ALL I a: 23 designs iprmktiajj.sparkling with gold or silver '. '.

,SUPERBLY CRAFTED IN LOVELY YOUR CHOICE OF: I p 50 I. special Christmas cards 7 7c t.i". i iti ,

SO Christmasfu) cards in bright color. ) +, ue
M" Each343x6y.! ". : I

b I ?fa Colors 'c J. Bethlehem Christmas cards

21 slim beautiful cards In gilt and
rich,vibrant color. 59C -

G ---t ., stick-on satin bows 12 sparkle tags e ;

Dromotie 'b u m p.r end' loe 1
style with reversible, solid 11 Ma, txaunful Kowa Silver loathed llrinl lip /aF '
., each wnh 11 fir CIInllmu '
4-ln foam cushions. In -- shining loops. + packame !

modern tweed cover. 300 ft curling ribbon 10 velvety tags a '
$109 loe tl tljum.

k* ... mina with "
1 mils a,." rhMn.Gtlled Isar
Red!Green!Geld! While! velvety IIlIClunl in neh.recL J .. l

I C7 "r u 600 ft curling ribbon SO sparkle elftinu; ,

67c 2rc I
'sp or' designed t''
,. II a,,.'
_.. ,..- "" arms. Sol id 4-in. thick foam + mss Jumhn ntoMn rolb in colon On.. Sell! TI"! C.ds! Ihl '}
cushions. Zipper covers for 1 c and hltll in a trip ''lwt ,,,.r I

easy dry cleaning' $10900r 200 tags, cards, seals 110 pee >rift pack r 4

l -. 33 ZSAhlv.h I
thneelnr. Tans! S.a1slCards!
1 hll .. .f e'nEneuh fnr all tm r phs ;
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Functional table-end style. _
Norbb.ffectplastic table Everything to adorn your home for the Hand-dipped Smooth Taper Candles

tops. 4-'in. foam cushions, holidays real-looking polyethelene $1..... .auti" (* w .. flowers and folioge that wipe clean, touch 10 inrt' tobi.. Of Mceoe"-l O* .-
zippered cavers. J* AQOO 12 *5c. tr' 2J5e r.,..,
candles, hanging planters, styrofoam
i In a variety ofprices. shapes All ot Wool.Metenic Sn'ck-.(n -
worth-low lO'oyi from trimming Package of 6.49d'

flower Poinsettia Spray 59c Twisted candles in three lengths

c.-.Iuf.- III col ""
3-flower Poinsettia
Spray 29c "el.doy, deceronna 51.. e' lOt 10*
ROCK CHAIR 11.1' h.ot' lse.e
2-lower Poinsettia Spray 19e'O'

AND l M."ic' 'ettoollillt .use for
16" Variegated Holly Spray 19c
."w> eY\ Uarwa,. wreaths centerpieces, 2'/1 yds 49 C
,' OTTOMAN V Holly Wreath, red berries $1.98
Glitter Kit 6 viols of colon/ g'us'
Other poinsettias red, white, flame
rube of odhesackage.lOc
1703 N. MAIN
19c 29c 39c each
.- WDtc_..... ....... sn ....,.C-II......, Asserted Glitter .. ,
v For the person who wants Candles in Novel Christmas Designs m large tubes 29

(() { TOIl M "bw&' S."**o *.
II r'toy
ultimate t
the I"
r design, l [ eluOM ....... rea.'Sama 129tomucoo'4 Mekfaj. ChnstnMS Oeceretions .
comfort and utility. Hand C't'o nl g De a U II U : IIK ihapei. w<0*..<.>ttd-$1 H | book fl'ves easy directions 49

oil-rubbed molded frorne

Glove-soft vinyl plait. *- 'JtlJtlLtU'ri COlnpa119 I ........ ......', FOR AN APPETIZING MEAL OR SNACK VISIT A WOOlWORTrTS LUNCH COUNTER TODAY
choice of colors 'I t ifotl
OPEN 'TIL t ON MON. fr FRI. NITIS ,....:....... .. WOOLWORTH'S

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!jfLBJ Crisis: JFK Staffers Leaving Him FINAL 'j

'"1b lei Washington Bureau 1 reef| John Kennedy'i top aides'(George'! Bimdy, national swear-, 3> year'-ok Texan who came portant staff man at the White er. He may not be able to gel,I
President stayed on in critical posts-Hea- try affairs. to the White House from the
whiwon, I House. Mr. Johnson has relied:one, the Johrwon administralive -
despite an overwhelm neth Donnrtl, appointed tats Peace with Mr. Johnson.
But now Duncan Is leaving to ,
to*doc-ton.dillY and DemS heavily on him In the foreign- and command style is so
i -secretary Lawrence
: OBriencongreesiunal is
Chile Moyers already
> tip majority In become ambassador to ; overworked policy and national securityfields (free wheeling so formless,
liaison, ,
Ralph and exhausted and I II
ODonaeH to likely to -
I ,. very and Bundy that a regularized staff
h gives system
fl'fl' *iwM to five turn al- !Duncan, p1nGrvM'l!; and MrTnulc leave OBrien! too has Indicated a yearning to return every
; may fo evidence of the staff not be
met any program lie seeks, staying on j may possibleMr
CM.one major problem that Among HH own men, MrJrfiraua to more peaceful pastures.Jack During the campaign, it was he I
J ValentI another ,Johnson biggest
man problem
Joel an hand"
sold tauujlmif him Sc"C.'Ceili "top who remained at the White
.l1.*" from the longtime number one aide rung In by Johnson to still House to "watch the store" |I in building a staff In the end
:" I On flicEDDYVIUE Jnsitlel Walter Jft*.. -- this fall when around, doing anything and everything and he to a good bet to continue I 1 I may be his reputation <1 a near.
file Mute House tIIaff- I be wits arrested an a morals But he too to worn out. in his Influential position I!Impossible taskmaker Working
rather, at the moment the"l and The Incident Press Secretary George Reedy around the clock himself, he demands
tat. White House staff !:, *>. I got primarily OB
Mr. Johnson fates immediate monthly minMHigraphed magazine a political basis at the true.led. Re. Moyers and Valentl I ark, at the moment, is anything and they show the wear
jnd mere Staff difficulties The published by inmuW ef'but ever the lung pull It will have ad gone off to real! like a "chief of staff" the and tear There may not be too
Kennedy *eg' who stayed M Kentucky State Penitentiary always 'I hurt the President In the present situation, Bun-II kind of man that Sherman Ad- many men around town who are
even more on ,
,) help him i u the transition are! carries reports on vriGull a purely administrative basis dy seems to be the irowt inn ams was to Dwight Elsenhow willing. to run such_a gauntlet. -
prison --- --
aVparnmmts, -- -
lont or going; of those whomr. WIIIM
Jenkins his Informal I I
.Johnson tougbt with him,lof them quite candid. was JERSEY
m key, is : This showed in "thief of stiff' the man Extra: CarefulLAGOS J. W. KIRKPATRICK ,
; man gone and the one op t k through whom all major matters -I $100
wt are exhausted and i itoip Column" SAYS!
withoutear DRESSES
moved to Mr. JohIllOll'Idetik. Nigeria (AP.Acid.,
[ lines of responsibility or i "Paul tells me he was a teruute 'I the man to whom fed- proof ballot boxes, extra solid ""H,v, you Kd on "tn...,_. ck-u0 I
uthority* j I| exterminator on the out.side eral officials and politicians wiling booth and ballots that I recently?" See ,a Profouwul, 'Indrptndtnt I
I Insurance Ao-" tomorrow I leek toe the
Through the transition month and had a success f 11business alike had to go when t b ey had cannot be forged are among the Bfl P seal! LADIES REG. Sic
nd the tanf eampaign, the He always carried a something fur the Presidents precautions being taken for federal -; ,......
teiidenf wan able to rail bottle I7M4IS KNIT
<< on of termites with him just .attention I elections scheduled for an
M taleou d'a mixed group live bridrgrwuvM' she said Jenkins has been replaced on unspecified date this year,'' NATIONAL rftOTICTION Will 23c
1th miserable success Four the house to be treated" !f paper, by Bill D Moers, the election officials said |'I' NOVIMIIR I.'. POLOS

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1 L -... .... A 1 e.m.ed .,far .a. 1Shoed, $:ioo DRESSERSCARF 2 5c
S 49.95 n-sow .... un." a dismewd 'C.sni.,. far red $73900 SETS
A.. 6-4-4 sat 141 sod 53 00 c. ........ .toidsi net. c. II dum.nd n.e 145 wad u)o 00
I, 141"rftCINI Nt. 141 10'4 S l4..... .... S1N.9S D .MOIIOI4 "lift talent $27100
C. T-tfiwnowl ..I. 141 1<* f B900 4 D. llr.eaee -c-. ds.. t ****** war Mt tea a>MkrxM Uoo 00 I
p t *amend Nt. t4k 1"41 S 69 9S fauna .... $115.00 C dameed Mt .11 SMkTMM $1)000 PEPPERGRINDERS
I. 4 duress set t4 k f* S 7SWh [, :ia. d wdr ..., 4L 7.......... Mt '141 sad J9900 cI
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6. dMmeM Mt .4 k I3I4k S 97.50 y' .-.. -... -. I
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10 Gainesville"" Sun Thursday, November 12, 1964

Addressed CalendarOf Coffee Set By UF Group I !

Invitations tttThurs. Soc. Coffee Set 218 Ig oPen to family wives and women -
liJomEnflnD 0 First meeting this season of members of the faculty and
administrative offices who are
EventsTODAY the After Five Group of the
unable to attend daytime imytngs -
Women Club will be
't' { University
r! a from 10 to of the club.More :
a coffee Saturday
"!{ ; November 1Z
11:30: a.m.Hostesses.
'fJ. League of Women V o ten will be Miss Mil Pecans*

THE f fRfflILRuth Y Unit Meeting, Mr*, E. Lowe dred M. Griffith sod Mrs Herbert Next year If your tiM *rJ"prov
Pierce, 1822 NW 7lh Place
of Si
A. Meyer, co-chairmen 'H or Spool Mom now
of Florida Faculty
s University the who will entertain at Call Flbnklln 6.2661 for frteaMtim
r group
I Club, Family Night Buffet Women Club l '.
rwM I 6 \to I p.m., FacultyClub. the University FLORIDA PUT CONTIOt
WeJmer. Women's Editor house. West Newberry i CHeMICAL CO.
I Membership In the group is ...
I Colfax Rebrkah Lodge! No, I .
2, I p.m., Odd Fellows Tem I

NEW STORE HOURS t I pie Young, Mother's League, Il l swase rm

9-9 MON. THRU SAT. 7:45: p.m., Guaranty Federal i
1.6 P.M. SUNDAYSNow Savings and Loan Building fl
Til Chrutmal fly. I Community Room. FABRIC
Gainesville Recreation Department SENSATIONAL
Physical Fitness
Dress Up Your Home! Program, 7.30 p.m., Recreation
I Center, discussion of Is SPECIALSDeerskin
Lovely Foil Floral r+' ometrics. 01II
r r all I
I After Five Group of the
CENTERPIECES University Womenj Club r
Coffee, 10 to 11:M p.m., Miss Dacron *
Mildred M. Griffith and Mrs I
[ Herbert A. Myers, cochairmen Flannel Prints
ai hostesses, University ,
s. I M Womeni Club house, West
$1.57 Newbcrry Road. 65% Polyester 45% Wide

Large Assortment FRIDAY, November 1J 35% Cotton 100a e' Polyentai

You Included Of Lifelike Foil AisHlftllnf to address Invitation for the first anniversary party of the new Bridge Gainesville Party,Woman 1:30: p.m.,.Club Clubhouse -, CompletelyWeihoble Completely
Metes a* Ideal I Gift Flower fr Greens Caintaville: (:olf and Country Club Saturday evening are left to right, Mr. WeshebleCompletely

Harry Pryslownky, Mm. Joseph Shipp and Mr*. Si ex by Scruje. member of the Gainesville Little T he aler, .
DECORATIVE FRUIT nodal committee. The formal dinner-dance from A p.m. to midnight will he pre. "The Ugly American, Gainesville Flannel N45inches s Iroee.d.New
reeded by a uncial hour beginning at 7 p.m. The Dolores Stanton Trio will play Little Theater
I Assorted throughout the evening. Reservations! for the party lire now being taken at Gainesville Bridge Club, ( Wide Dyed 1.olid.

Lifelike Vinyl68c the club. I.m., Holiday Inn. Color
Unbreakable Golden Age Club, t pm, Coctrdinattcl
Fruit City Recreation Center. Solids I
Girl Scouts ;Serve SantaEvery Exchange Club I Charity GUONnteed
Ball t ,
p.m. Moose Lodge,
GO FIRST TO Ur. Our Music by "Temptations" and No 'Iron 99C

afternoon this I week toys collected last month t i by uniforms or troop number Mimic Men" Bands
'S Gainesville Girl Scouts are beIng .]the Jaycees and Boy Scouts. These girls were met by Mrs. Alachua County Heart Council
transported by troops after The Girl Scouts are working Douglas Shanklin Jr., Woman I Luncheon, noon, Park
Plan school to the old Margaret Ann with the Community Affairs Club Chairman, and set t to Lane Cafeteria, Dr. John
Store, next door to City Hall, Committee of the Junior Wornns work soaking and scrubbing i W, Andrews, guest speaker. $18
to participate In a "Toys forTots' Club to get the toys in toys, using a plastic wading I ,, Open to the public. ..1 I
workshop. tiptop condition to brighten the pool as a washing area. .
II10 North Main Street The store Is filled with used eyes of needy children In this I The new Brownies were fnl University I Agrirullur
al .
... _._ I Women's Club, Covered
area at Christmas.. lowed by a Llttlewood J union Dish Supper, 7pm. Florida R.g. $%.49 Yd. R.g. $U8 Yd.
a Even the brand new Brownie troop who helped sort toys Farm Bureau Building.
Scouts are able to do theirshare I During the weeks of the work Gainesville Golf and Country
SPECIAL In this project. Opening shop, Girl Scouts will wash and Club First
!day started with a brand new .. : ,
z ,, of second and third-grade iron doll clothes, mend stuffed Party formal dinner-dance, 'u
troop Brownies from Metcalfe Elementary animals, glue and paint toys I 7 to 12 p.m., Social hour at 216 W. UNIV. AVE. FR 6631071Jj1

School, who have just Puzzles and games will also be ---p.m. I
WEEKEND SALE I I organized and no not yet have reassembled. .

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Denise Lea Davenport the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. K.T
William Davenport for their daughter born November 7 at
Alachua General Hospital.The .
baby Is the paternal, grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Rarnid
Davenport of Evsnsvllle\ Ind. and the maternal granddaughter *.
of Mr and Mrs. J. D. Jeffers of Tampa. ,
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Mr. and Mr*. Richard A. Anrfrmnn have announced the
birth of a daughter, Sharon Denise Anderson, on November
i 1 Itt Alachua General Hospital Mrs. Anderson the former

Capt. and Mr*. H. T E. Anderson of Fort Lauderdale are o6 ee
the baby paternal grandparents and Mrs. Earl' Todd and / 'rI'.. tr' h cIcam
John Thomas, both of Gainesville, are her maternal grand-
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Mr. and Mrs. Don C. MIMI Jr. announce the arrival of a
daughter, Dnnna I.ymi Mason, November I 'It Alachua General
Hospital Mrs. Mason is the former Mini Wlnn Knight
The baby Is the maternal grandatighter of Mrs. James W.
Knight end the late Mr. Knight and the paternal grandchild
of Mr. and Mrs Don C. Mason Sr. of Gainesville. Her great
grandparents are Frank Manna of Brownvllle; Pa, and Mrs.
Ahlal V Inn and Mrs. Ort I..e Knight of Valdosta Ga

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...... : Medical Guild Prepares
i. By Josephine Lowmanr GreekAlumnae Actress I

:. :Why/ Grow :\ i For Antique Fair NomineesGainesville I j

I I By ARUNE GREER Anderson, Mrs. Joachim Gray. -
TODAY November 12 M Leps, Mrs Douglas E.Scstes .
: enstein. Mn. John Cluxton, women will havean
t I : Operation Facelift" in un-I I Mrs. Ward Noyes, Mrs. Alan opportunity to choose the Miscellaneous shower hon Mrs. James L. Cooperand

Old To MeetAnnual I derway this week, at the Mar' Tetlow. Mrs. Herbert Kaufman Most Fascinating Act rei I' oring Miss Lynda Quincey, Mrs E. M. Edmonson Jr.
at the home 2210 HW
Leps ,
I garet Ann Store, 107 NE First and Mrs. Edward Bird. from the following nominees, bride elect of Peter Purvis, First Avenue.Coffee .
Leslie Caron, Jaon Crawford S p.m., Mrs Nellie Williams
City Panhellenlc Open Street, la made ready for' Following the paint Job Bernie I Mm
Zsa Zsa Gabor, Greer Canon, hostess, Reception room ot complimenting
Meeting will be Monday all I Gaineiville I first Antique Fair Breland, window decoratorfor I Moose Julie Chevea, fiancee of WIl-
Beware of Hair Audrey Hepburn, Sophia Loren, Lodge
Styles I IP.m. at the Chi Omega House,(and Sale, sponsored by list Belt Ltndaey. and his assistant Shirley Mclaine, Dins Merrill,I Luncheon honoring Miss i liam N Bibcock 10:30 a.m.
West Psnhellenic Drive '!University Medical GuildThe Mrs. Esther Thomas, Lana Turner and Natalie Wood.I Barabara Bussard, fiance of until noon, Mrs. Earl May
That Make You OlderMichel All fraternity alumnae in i I have volunteered to transform William R. Gilcreit of Chicago Mrs. Charles Oaten" Mrs,.Cecil -
painting committee In-[the store into a garden patio. The actresses have been I Love and Mrs FrancisMyers
Contino Is president olDie allows for great flexibility How Gainesville and the surrounding I p.m. Mrs. C D. Gunn
Coiffure Francalse i of ever there are current trends area are invited to attend. cludes Mrs. Saul Kramer, Mn TIM floor will be covered witha nominated by the Artists.Hollywood II and Mrs. E. H. Lewis at the it the litters home
SocUtyof Make-Up :rOT West Avenue.
[America, an exclusive club con she should avoid. A special feature of the meet Ronald Cowden, Mrs. Nikaan grass carpet and baskets of former's home In Micanopy. University
Listing of some of the topflight I One of them Is severity. While ing will! be the presentation of flowers and greenery will adorn Mrs Bennie Ray Turner VI-IUTtRD.\Y. November U Informal honoring pre Miss- nuptial Grace panty
[American French hair styl her hair must be straight not the 1963 M Scholarship Cup, the walls. A bamboo fence will viant Woodward Cosmetic Director
Talk Given Coffee honoring Miss Jane Dodge and her fiance, James
hts. Today I bring you some I curly, the "snob" hairdo with given each year by Panhellenlc decorate the back of the store and her staff of consultants I .
Elizabeth Ringham. bride Greene, 1:30 to 7:30: p.m.,
advice from him I
concerning the hair drawn will distribute ballots to
from the Association to the senior woman and miniature trees will be provided elect of George Hrlnrlch I Mr and Mrs. K. S. McMul-
"Past forty hairstyling for the forehead and S. T. Dell women In Inc area who wish to I
coming straight with the highest grade average .
by Mrs. Lillian Joyce of Schlldge Mlddleton N. J., 10 len, 1IM5 SW Eleventh Av.
of 1M4
winter down at the sides Is (or her vote Those Interested are ask I'#
I Colonial Florists am until Mrs Joseph nueJINLEY.
Mr. Contino feels that this daughter not for her. It Is too San- Attorney S. T. Dell, guest ed to contact Mrs Turner, 1 noon '
This year, Mrs. Marla M. \
Reasons hairstyling Is kind to trying. The long bangs extend ; speaker discussed laws pertaining I Antique dealers from Florida
of Florida
chez University senior Voters will have the opportu-
I the woman past 40 because it ing almost to the eyebrows and will exhibit at the CANNONSAYS
In the College of Arts and I to women at a recent Georgia nity to win prises and receive I
which are so popular now are I
the meeting of the Women Auxiliary fair. make lessons for voting :
also for the younger set. Her Sciences, will receive I free up
AT hair at the back should be softly award. I to the Atochua County Hours will be from 18 a m tot 'H.v. you had tn '''lIIranc. check-up It.

semi shingled, not severely Serving on the hostess committee Medical Society. p.m. on both days. A 50 cent National Association of Men-] I contlvt'' s.Anent. a praftiiionil tomorrowLonk! tndtpcndrnlInturanct lot rh.
will be Mrs. Joseph Sil- tal Health will be the recipient
)\ shingled. ticket donation will benefit the BIG I" wtll!
Members wrapped
verman Delta Phi Epsilon, Mrs. brought of 110,000 worth of cosmetics,
@l Af JlJfif 1 Don't be Dated Ralph Kinney. Delta Zeta. and Christmas gifts to be distributed Medical Guilds charity program from the Vivienne Woodward Phase 171-2511 I

There Is nothing which Mrs. Harvey T Martin Kappa to patients at the State at the J. Hillis Miller Co to be used for beauty therapy NATIONAL MOTICTION. Will
dates you or egos you more Health Center I N. .14
Alpha, Theta. Hospital In Macclenny
The. Fun definitely than tight permanents, m :. -- .-- -- -

Store and tight curls ..
to ShopBe However Michel has found r -I

that while the hair Is straight

the slightest suggestion of a flip
.. or half-wave at the sides Is flat

tering, especially after 40 Always I- ant,, tt* ,'
raise the side hair up
I q gently to give the temple hair .are Rfl
line some softness.
The hair Is pile d on the .-4I : fir years and years and years to come all through
crown of the head The top
!hair Is often cut short with school, all through a lifetime-these are the gifts that

side hair pulled to the crown. will be opened read and remembered.for their
For the winter hairdo which
has bulk at the top, a small wonders their excitements their benefits never cease.

wlglet Is most helpful, particularly
If the hair Is at all thin When the toys are forgotten,'the games outgrown

In this area.Wiglets these gifts will be treasured and used. Even more
must not be confused \
with wigs. r Important the rich rewards they will bring will forever

Beauty-Wise A small wiglet becomes a confirm your own wisdom in choosing them.
part of your coiffure. It cm
Be Budget- give your hair a new look and : Now Is the time-M Christmas look ahead to
, 'can be used In different ways .
:': .- GIVE I''at the front of your hair or at your children's futures, to their success and happiness

the top of your bead. Top full ,.- In life, for these are in your hands this very moment
EATON'SFine I ness can also be achieved by
fluffing the short top hair. / q Now is the time'to order their lifetime gift-and
Papers Hair ColoringAn __ &1S'ee? "' there's no better time than this Christmas!

Creative! dtiigntFuhlon older woman should never
Rriti.. wear droopy shoulder length _
Exquiiiti gift boxes... hair. She should avoid I any _
Modarit prlcfi ,harshness or curls and strive

THEM SEE the for gled crown.upped back and sides some, a semtahm-bulk at The Christmas Giftsfhey'llNem Stop Opening!

NOW? definite Mlchtl Ideas Contino about also hair has colorIng some.

He eels that If you use
-.. too light a shade is you grow
older It makes you lock washed
CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT out because there is not enough

/ CO. contrast. All hair has three ti,4 l !.
t ., INC. shades in its natural coloring.

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I IHEY-KIDS!! BRING MOM. II International Ball Salutes Ireland I I 1.- OVERSEAS' -- SHIPMENT- OP-

Q ffrm tfirrk Btnttt land, greeted guests until the was pulled back into a knot the Irish Ambassador, and then :
$10.00 VALUE 11x14 By CHARLOTTE CURTIS I Schapiros arrived. at the back of her head, was turned the stage over to J. Edward INGLAHD. IRILAND SCOTLAND
'It's' all right," she reassuredone outfitted In a sari a white Day, former Post Master W. GERMANY BELGIUM, HOLLAND
y BUST WASHINGTON, The International partygoer "Mrs. Schapiro mink stole with a black mink General. Mrs. Wesson Seyburn, FRANCE SWITZERLAND
Ball, a prelude to the' 19 my daughter." border, dangling earrings and Gross Pointe, Mich-, won' the I Send a gift' of dtllcloui Florida Naval' orange and ...dll.. grapefruit -
running of the Washington, D.C., Mrs. TydJngs also Introducedher flat gold sandals She wore round trip for two to Ireland, Dellvtwd price $8.95. Xmas orders must be received by
VIGNETTE International at Laurel Race son, Joseph, who was elect BO stockings. which Includes a medieval banquet Nov. 25. Will hip entire ...son. Send orders by mail Of phon.
Course today, was held last ed to Ms father's Job In last a aIn at Bunratty Castle. REMEMBER All PACKAGES ARI UNCONDITIONALLY
PORTRAITFOR night at the Sheraton Park week's elections, and describedhow the wake of this threesomewere GUARANTEED.GROVES
"A medieval banquet, said CROSS CREEK
Hotel she redesigned her emerald such Washingtonians as R. Day "Is when you eat lamb, P. 0. Baa 101, ltl..< Gwvtfc It.... ."<..,. 4S4-H10
This year the 10 year old diamond and neck Sargent Shriver ..
sapphire Director of the chops and throw the bones over 6. M. (Hiitk Willi.. .. Owrwf
1 charity gala saluted Ireland. lace."It's Peace Corps and Honorary Ball shoulder."
s ONLY The committee, headed by a family heirloom,'* Chairman and Mrs. Shriver; your -- ------'
a Mrs Arthur Gardner, wife of the laid. "It went down to my Lord Harlech the British Ambassador
the former ambassador to Cuba waist, so I cat off a yard of and Lady Harlech;
$100by paid Henry Bell, a New York It and made bracelets." Martin Cabot the horse loving
designer, less than $10,000 to actor, in a bamboo colored
turn one of the hotel's vast ballrooms -: The Schapiro guests Included dress shirt; Wiley T. BuchananJr.
Into an 18th Century Irish: Mme. Leon Volterra and Col. ., Chief of Protocol in the
garden. and Mrs James Reid. Madame Eisenhower administration, and
Bell worked his magic with Volterra widow of a successful Mrs. Buchanan; the David Kree-
Limit Z Children white lattice work panels, multicolored French businessman wears gen whose collection of French
Barbcrree Studio TO A Family poppies shields de- clothes from Pierre Balmaln! Impressionist paintings Is one
AGES picting the arms of such familes and lots of diamonds. She owns of Washington's finest; and
Jalbfodlon Guaranteed 6 Wks. to 10 Yrs as the Hennesseys and the Belle Sicambre, the French en-'Lieutenant Commander Radios
NO APPOINTMENT Additional Children Mahons, plastic Waterford chandeliers ;try In the International. The Cantacuzene, grandson of Princess
311 N.W. 13th
,, NECESSARY $2.00 Each and nary a leprechaun. 'Reads own B cayneM the Irish Julia Grant Cantacuzene,, re. ,
Selection of Poses "They did not want the shamrock horse. and Mrs. Cantacuzene.Mrs. Street
$1.00 Extra bit," he said. "Neither of us Is Irish" said Herbert May, who can Phone FR 2-1581 r
For Full Figure Invitations to the much.publicized Mrs. Reid, who was gowned in no longer stand being known as' r
Coma to: gathering went te almost Kelly green satin. "My husband the former Marjorie Merriwea-I'
Center Goinet- everybody who Is any Is Scottish and I'm Amer. ther, Post.Close Hutton Davies Ai M b GIAMOUHMm
Gainesville Shopping
Jolly' Toyland body anywhere, and 900 of the ican. I do wish people would was among those who stayed *
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viii., Fla. Tuej. Thru Sat., Nov. 10 thru 14th adequately famous and glamorous get that straight." until well after midnight )

Hours 9 a.m..1 p.m.; 2-5 p.m.; 7-' p.m. Daily showed ip. Prelld tJohnIOD" Eventually the cocktail parties Sine her separation from ..., y
daughters, who had were disbanded and everyone May the Post Toasties heir. with rradiiww gal
AT JOLLY'SGAINESVILLE been expected, were not ended up in the lobby, clutching ess has asked to be called Mar- Scrbm'i timpl. Omaha
among them. his $60 ticket. Mrs. Cloyce J. Jorie Post or Mrs. Merriwea- f
Tlppett, the former Elizabeth ther Post She was with a group "ar'i limply Indiipwuabk
_1P' Lucl Banes was back at the Altemus Whitney, arrived with that Included her son In law, Nubby. ,t.Ahesd knit III i r
$ White House, studying her lessons Colonel Tippets and Lady Sas- Leon Barzin, conductor of the Anwr,* tnactrat. m4 Inn w'
and Lynda Bird was helpIng soon, widow of Sir Victor, the Paris Symphony. "'Natural pink,turquom,
the U. S. Marine Corps cola International banker and finan- Mrs. Samuel J. Lanahan, F.
SHOPPING CENTER brate its 180th birthday. cier. They race horses here and Scott Fitzgerald's daughter, was -r y.llow.SUM I f A 20.:

1202 N. Mole St.-open 9 AM.9 P.M.-Mon.-Sflt. Among the cocktail parties abroad. chairman of the entertainment
that got things under way wasa "This is such fun," said Mrs. committee, and it was she who $34.98 +
reception John D. Schapiro, Tippett, surveying the elegantly had arranged for the Ims Fads F'
president( of Laurel, and Mrs. dressed crowd. "Just look at band to appear. urban or mlmrhait..,
ichapiro gave at the hotel. all those women with slick, slick This contingent a bagpipe awing along with rc
Mrs. Millard Tydings, widowof hair." and dram organization that w
She feels the U. S. Senator from Mary. Mrs. Tippett, whose hair I wears Irish kilts, skirls Irish
music and performs Irish 1
I Jigs, has Its headquarters In
so fashionable in Air Conditioning Mineola, L. I. Use

"Inis Fada means Long Is- CentralCharge I
QualiCraftlmmOr1rora Effects Living HabitsEffects .
land In Gaelic, said James 0'
Donnell, the group's pipe ma
of air conditioning on be obtained on loan for jor.
home living and health are the inK to adult groups by .how.1 i During his welcoming speech,
I subject of a motion picture en I to Sterling Movies, U. S. Shriver asked for and got applause
The yottngnt Judy In your family will love the way titled "The Air Around V." !n c.,_373 Park Avenue,_ for_ William!! _P. Fay,
!hr... QoaliCraft Juniors
party shoes make her fret now available for viewing by I
rJreued up just like Mot W. And Mother is sure to local community, civic and professional
like them became the knows profeiiionally-fittri women's organizations. -! Little FolKS bvCtQrteLinzmaytrvr.

QwlZt oft Juniors combine smart fashion with fm, I \
finality budge Having low prices. *3.99*4.99tllahYtlJ The color,film narrated by I .. wren."n.7.awarW o o tvtN N tri LNKE soft 5000 TauTte.VIlION FROM- 'SWIFT'Svau P/0EM6UM
news commentator Howard K. '""- Mn"Detrula. /
Smith, reports on rew Informs .> lion about the Influence of hu- 'w : 1" ROAST
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F a.tls midity, ,temperature 8'11Ilr ,
quality on modern living ac
cording to James C. Van Land-
Ingham president of Florida
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Four noted authorities report
on their studies Into tha effect[ FROSTY MORN SMOKED
of air conditioning on family
living habits, work performance
and the treatment uf hay fever, 27CSWIFT'S LB.
asthma heart disease and, PICNICS
other ailments. I i

Special attention Is given to I
0 the the effect/ylclllnd of air conditioning emotional well-on ala SELECTrHALE SPARE RIBS 3 Ibs. 1.00

being of the housewife ss she VEAL CHOPS 59 lb. VEAL ROAST 39 lb.
goes about her dally E
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and family duties. LOIN SIRLOIN O e
Presidents and program VEAL CHOPS 79< lb. VEAL STEAK 69, Ib. SWIFT'S

chairmen of local groups should VEAL CUTLET 98 lb. Breast of Veal 29< lb. o CHUCK
find this 26-mlnute motion picture oy,

an plans asset, Mr.to Van their Landing-program -'I OLD FASHION MEAT PRICES ( STEAK

\ ham believes. I

i GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER-Open 'til 9 p.m. Prints of the 16mm film' can

Round Steak LB. S

Why Do We Wear White UniformsTo

Install Your Carpeting? Round Roast LB. FRE rou LB.sEE S S\6 -

( besides saving our own clothing)


e at Gate City take pride in our looks, UtTu
pride 'In our employee as well os pride In our GROUNDBEEF
workmanship and 'In the products we handle! /r
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",/.. Your Doctor wears white,your Dentist wears 5-99 39 3ul 5 Ibs. 39

'\ white, your Bokers and Candlestick Makers. Uwe .wile ..ooSYR"P
COUNTRY Mill 0.d..., .!!
.. They're Professionals and we like to think we RIOftWHITI

112 are too! Your Doctor wouldn't attempt to pull Mayonnaise QUART JAR 29 a Shoftenln OUR VALUE

your tooth and your Dentist would shudder at yiOV LIotNt 0.. With SJOO 0..... .. M..rt .
r Vi GAL JAR *f 7 OUR VALUI 100 CAN + 3 lb. can 49N.Otb
the thought of taking out your Appendix.
Pbrk& Beans lOVoT
RID WMITI IVAF. 99' Pwcb.ae _
ey ,f N .w.5 4wre ON[.
We would never be able to bake you a cake MILK RID i WHIT 100 CAN aaP
Sauce 7 CANS $100 s
but we can lay your carpeting professionally.We $ oo Apple fRE rou E

also can help you in your selection of 8 Tell Cans : -
RIO 0 WMITI I Ji. Ce. .
n'. t patterns, colors, textures and materials pro GEORGE'S 'MEAT-A-RAMA :

.' Dog-gone! Let's face it, we ore PROFESSIONALS
2 lOT.
t Spaghetti

GATE CITY 8 its. QQ 77< "'- 1 2LOAVES 29*
10 $ | OO GE" fM
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iKgraday Nevamnor I A, i o4 Gometviilo Sun 11
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.' ..... BONANZA LEADS RATING I the base of our research! I own yardstick of popularity.1 1I r
position Favorite Martian "The Ed
rrld; NBC I "Bonanza" continues ABCTi "Bewitched" Is In second Others In the top 10 are In I Sullivan Show Comer Pyla.
b kiekaS. to lead the pack In the latest I place and CBS' Petticoat June-I' order: "The fugitive," "The U.S MC ." "The Andy Griffith I

......''II".oiII'.......'..... Truman Stars In TV Series; I Nielsen rating, the Industry Uon' has jumped up Into third Dick Van Dyke Show," My Show"' and Lassie" I

NW I.ft AI.. 10 Dc... I t
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I By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP which have acquired the series
Staggering Television-Radio Writer have launched it this week but KING'S -t You \Are Invited'OI
.Bnll.3nt"NYTime"A I NEW YORK (AP) A peppery +. on various nights and In various
Gem" Herald Tribune I M-vev-old who has often a I time periods. I ,
"Luity Brawling" Tim. I 1 appeared on television la mate The Truman aeries has been along FOOD ..
!! ing hU formal debut this To Our
weekas I time In the making. The .
a television star He la t. -; -.
Harry I former president originally entered .
nuToday ; S. Truman former president of I into an agreement with : HOST s sii li..I ;,' c"I
thru Saturdayaturday the United States and the name N I producer David Susskind to I '. *1 ..- ,
of his series Is Decision: The ,
make 13 one-hour shows for network -i c/
Conflicts of Harry S. Truman." broadcast Two were
Twenty-six shows have already made and shown to the networks .
been completed. i which were not Intern
The reason the series in ed

W 1--- Ben Gradus, producer of the OPEN HOUSE
I new shows, said the pilot films
were made without strong documentation -'
e.1YaN TN.AIrflll.Nwh. and amounted to a
...4d M Mre..aN, eulogy of Truman. Besides, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-11 A.M.'TIL 1 A.M.
LAST ABC had been disappointed by:
TRUMANHis audience ratings of its
0,. < 10 fine series Winston Churchill
: 5h. 7:00 on
S.. loth L... At 9:JOU C41nOlt'll I II Truman however, wanted a Come in and look around See for yourself the things that
tilt 1USTE1.IlATIf! TWIOT HUB I examination of his major docl television series and ultimately i
[ alone during the eventful yearsIn the rights were aquired by make King's Food Host a success. See our efficient unique
his been
Screen Gems. Gradus was assigned !-
launched without the usual fan. to produce the series I kitchen drivein
Nightand clean stainless -
I fare Is that It is sold to Individual "Mr. TrumAn had the final table-telephone system, our our
I television stations around say but I don't think he made I
0-.1nqay Ir a W\t (1HI'UI[ 12nd I the nation, Instead of to one of more than five minor changesIn service. \
; HII ':50 I the three major networks. the scripts Gradua said'

Morning ffi5 gn .tl : Most of_the So-odd stations "His own book of course, was Hamburger 40c Malts . .. . 35c

Double H'burger 70c Shakes .. 3Sc
ALBERTFINNEY' .0.....c.."'rIm.WAlXER ... I COP Will Continue To Seek D.luxe H'burger SOc Sundaes 40c-45c E I

--.... .IVES UAIII1Al.I SRNDS I Cheeseburger SOe Parfait .. 3Sc F Itk > E .
I ilia ta.Ms.asar IOUln uT STARTS FRIDAY' -- Small Contributors- Double Ch'burger 8Se Banana Boot .. SSc

RIOCONCHOS Money, Hot Cheese . 35e Root Beer lOc & 25c 10-oz. Pepsi or 10

I I WASHINGTON (AP) Republican -|the National Broadcasting Co. Ft.'Long Hot Dog 45c Lemonade lOc fr 2Sc
Starts Tomorrow GAINESVILLE treasurer William Mid- as saying In a Jamaica Interview ,I, Barbecue SOc Orange 10c&2Sc off any other beverage
P4THIATRI dendorf III says the GOP will Tuna Salad S'wich 50 Pepsi lOc & 2ScMilk
that he won't be able to with purchase of
O turn answered once again the party to the t man call who for continue M chairman If the national .' French Fries 2Sc ,, 15c any
( -J; ToNr"DU1'JM financial help the little contributor committee voles ''no con.I Onion Rings 3Sc Hot Chocolate 15c any sandwich, soup,

J'RAHCISUBURBIA fidence" In him at a meeting Cheese French 40c Coffee or Tea lOc salad ice item !
scheduled for January, or cream
It was, and will be, a measure
The GiantAdventure born of necessity, he said in an Sen, J. Caleb Boggj of Delaware -I
interview Wednesday suggested that Sen, FRIDAY SPECIAL Try Our Cheese Frenchees
Historically, w've been the|Thruston B. Morton of Kentucky
Of The Great party of the rich guy," MMdrn- would be a good choice for party
Soutbwestl dorf said. "This time he went chairman If Burch Is replaced I
Youth Chain
over to the other side. So we Morton was chairman
had to go to the broad middle- from 1959 to mi, I Furnished 1
income field, and we went afterIt
hammer and On the financial front, Mid- For The
long FOODS
dendorf and other GOP officials SINGS
Thus, he said), the party will make no secret of the fact that Little) Onlll!
continue a vigorous direct-mail many traditionally Republican I FIT
campaign for the 'lo.a-year sustaining -purses snapped shut following boaxosl i
v contributions to helpmeet the nomination of Sen Barry
I 'Y R 1NN ( an estimated $1.S million Goldwater for president although FORYOUR -
budget next
'EDMnND WIEIAIIIiAspIVI I year there still were some
Ai the contributions drive large contributions -
pushed ahead, there were these

WEISBB(' IROpN OOJ6'' 'J EaI, 18 JN a YU11I1fR1! ; Cliimlcin (mi n I) tin other Republican Republican National developments Chairman : For,bleak.a the time financial during the situation campaign -I 1430 S.W. 13th STREET fU EII '
Dean Burch was repealed televised -
was quoted by
GAINESVILLE DRIVIIN HAITI SHOW appeals for funds resulted U.S. 441 South
In hundreds of thousands of letters -I
I 1- (wiring contributions In the/ PHONE 378.1656 '
tl la lift range .
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tt 11.0110061.05 PICTITIOUI .KAMIPumianf Plerle* 1156 T.ItIll"C.100Nnby ... 1 I tilt Ie'h-' I Renewed Her Faith in People

I'''.'''. 110'1<. M hereby, given tint th* Ins dastrl11.d IY:= MustBeSomeWayToWearThisRight

vnderilgned* Jlanc Incarporalod dolnflfjullnau Two yurllnpa. weals $01111 1"11'IId ALBUQUERQUE N. M. (AP) 'Redeems
faith in
under019 firm Mm af A ml 1 .wroOlyd,5Ny. 454 lilt.. I your people
Quia lava $..... Dltcaunl' l.70 W. I apprommatily, Tog Ibi.II ,- Somewhere In Tennessee doesn't It?" Mrs. Yearout
Ava. Oalnaiv, 0.,_ you
Unlvarelly Play new Impounded al Alacfiu* C. 0 s t y
villa AUchua, County Ptorlda .IntanMta ,loll/ ragliler, Mid tlctllloui rum imdir "'orldO. by J. M Crevoue, Jr.. Shaw
lilt _".,.'" of tha ._.Id Itilul. IN. Alachua Cawily, Oflneivllla, Plorldo. !drivers. Miles later discover LlOAL NOTICE
D.,... II OilneivllH, Plorlda trill 11110 end the' amount ol damage claimed by you Tno Un"'ty 01 f 0,100 will roc" ..
day af NovamBer. A. 0., If... 110 Impoundir ll II* M ."' Peat that a purse containing 510 I0050 5. .... 0000,01 0105 at __
II 100410.551
W. L. onTn nd eupMtiei ISO fho' leading, and $0/o.. IM..5t,4
13751' Hilt 05. 5S 11:' Son| 1300 b lost It'I'hard to take OldNrs may .b151o Nom.. _"k..
UN m co'I'r.:1 IoM .... /.
NOTICI OP wIll .It" 1dlamd WIth00' Ito,,.-dOVI but you decide to forget it.That's JM Tl90rt th, "" .. sO :004.
INTENTION TO tram ells Lrsf. lit .11.... $0r Sato ro 515 ...., ,It,,,,..
maun PICTITIOUI NAMIPunuent St public _lion Ie 'no k what Mrs. G.I..II'. I'lorld..
Meh.o' and MN C. R. Year-
te iKtton M>M, PlerldiItitutM blddtr 10' 51511. -Moat oil 5100.. 510 Open wary
nolle ll "' ,..., 0".50005t/ th. J. M. CR0Y62l0." JR.000rlf. s out thought until she got home t..sd.y 1105X1400.5,5
uixtenlgned., JMIK Incarpereted doing IlK' gat OuppNS. Ss ten awry
County and received a phone call from M.nd.y ':00
builiwii undr th* firm no,00 f A Galnnvlll"' "Plorld
Oolii ton tumr 0 UMy UnAIKIHI I 177671 11:11' Tom Young of Sparta Tenn. M-14M.>.in* PiperNonmbor 11'31 Nwsmboe 14.
nlly, 6lnivlll fit, CelneivllllW I I.
County' florid 1 I* ngltter I ra'I He said he had found her purse 66.147 Lamp .nd IIotck0 Os p l I III I I
sold, tkiltiooi: mm = n>t 00 IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OP FLORIDA Sn 11:01 Novon$0r. 15. 11155Id
EIGHTH JUDICIAL' and would send It. M..'... SlId Doc..1
CIRCUIT Moods 1.01
vision* of in* *for* *ld It.$ *. IN AND
Date *t Oalnewille, Pterlda. mil Illti ana ALACHUA COUNTY, The arrived If. If..
IN purse completewith T. N. WILLI.
day of November., A. 0., If M. CH..HCIIV.
W. L. OITTKK CASE" NO. 1171OC $300 cash. 1 Director II PurchwlngHoward
IN III ADOPTION 01' 127541 11 :" 'I
(07155 11:It If. Ml II I ----

TH* IANITAP1IWIP. IYITIM OPCIP.TAIN Wichita Pom., Te.a> Time for a l lltlle before IAP WInpMt, t* tilt Sue) SAYS
AND inooze Cut out some of !that /light I
ar* nerooy natlllod' that ftntlen suppose I'd better wake Here
lAIIMtNTI IN THI CITY OrOAINISVILLI far Adopiian of C.,,'.. David thutVeteran's they come; I tear !the 'H.v* you had an Imuronc chock-up
PLOP.IOAI PP.OVIDINOPOfJ ,"'.r, a .minor by 0." ... Clavert pleads month-old Victor up now. Daddy's" a First band: I rttantly Set a profnilontl Independent
boon tiled Hi
MINTS .AGAINST AflUTTINO PP.OPIP Court 0 October It lf...the and abovg itylad Day parade comes Van Wilson/ In Indianapolis Sargeant, and demands attention 'Iniunncg Agant tomorrow t Look for the

TV ICNEPITTIO TNIRSIVAND noV: ore honey natlllod thai past here'Story- "Big I"' H.II!
PPIKP.IBINO THE MANNER IN oepoor belari '.'' -
WHICH SUCH SPECIAL ASSII1MENTIIHALL C. Adklni J... one ef me judge 0 "hew fit 2-1(17
II MAD. AND PAID' tilt *bov* ih/lod' court at Mi ante NATIONAL PROTECTION WttK
II IT ORDAINED (V TIlE COMMIJ.IION en tha llth in of
December AD
.. ._...
OP THE CITY OP OAlNIIVILLIilectlan 1.... at II:41 .A M lacand floor Courtfteuta //I ...."."...uu.I .... .....
Oolneivllle' Phvlda. I. show cauia I
/ I. In addition t* tilt ntanilam, why an Order m oeld' Petition Ear
and arMllloni t* ten ..."." lower iyatern > Adoption mould. not b* granted Heroin r Time'
ot the City of Galneivllle ardorMt tall not and you ahould M IIV-
at don In Ordl.....* No. 1111 hi'.'" accordinglyWITNISI.
lore adoplid an th* "h dy of January. my hind tn. orllclM' *>.1.1of | To :Feature
A. D., tW. thai IM unltory lewilivitem 050C if Oolneivllli. Phvld.
af the City af Oitiwvin* N ,.ill, day al November, A.D., ItM
hi...., traartd fa ba Mlended .nd Him J. I CAPMICHAILClark Old FavoriteThe More Than
t* lit contlructed to accerdanca wl" af Circuit Court Money People Are Our Business
"'. ploni, and ._"''ullon. thorotoind ,. Elghlrl Judklol Circuit dt .
_,..... fa ai tha Wait Oilneivlllole and for Alachud County afternoon
w r ,,,''tc'. paw an tilt In th* 01. In C".n"" Friday Story ,
Hca at tt. Cllv M.._' and open to 11741 III 12, la..Mi..IMOROINANCI.:. __- Time for Children sues 3 to 1 'to.
Hi* "' ocon'II"] t ..bile. NO. 1170
A. told' bus *nd ..'...lon* aol lob. AN ODINANCI PKOV1DINO POf THI will be held at the Gainesville

Muted long 0en following roulMi CONSTRUCTION OP tlOCWALKI ONOlt Public Library on Friday from rd
A.I. III leuthweit Ind AVON from IIIInienecMon PUBLIC WAY1 0* IA9E. 3:13: to 4 p.m. The storytellers
wits touinwnl 4rd. T.r. MINTS OP THI CITY AND P00NICE0SARY
"CO Nn 110 550$ soot. AINACI AND INOI.NIIIINO will be Miss Charlotte U d d- .r
A I. III Mutlnmt art Terrat from HiInWMcllon "i
Miss Jan .
strom Watkins and

A.J In I.run..wen. M*410 14,NN.from IN "InterMe-' AGAINST LEVY OP P R IPICIAL OPIRTV M1I4SMCNT BINIPIT. Miss Betty YVampler A m o n j I "1{ :

linn with IW MIK St,... to Hi 'n'...- 10 THIRIIYl PRIKRIIINa' THE the stories to be told are "The t0 rr )
Mellon wlm NW mil .... MANNIR IN WHICH IUCH I..CIAL 1, r .
A.1.1* f.*rtaw.t jm Peed, from HimwMctMi AUIUMINTI IHALL II MAO AND Straw Ox" and "The Teeny Ilb .
wlin NW ..m Tarraee. OP THII OROINANCIl AND '4. ,,:.
AIM NrtliWM< awn Tirrarl fnmIII SITTING A PUBLIC HIARINO. THIRION The Saturday morning Story :
lntrKtion win NW Iftn Void .
run 4M tMt mriliAA. BI IT ORDAINED IY THI COMMII- Hour for children aged 8 to 12
In lurttiwHt Ml* llrwf frnm ItsIn00ra.cove SION OP THI CITY OP OAINIIVILLIlection :
will be held S 11 u rd. v frnm
.1055 HW 000 015& It .
its ,111/0Iadlan' wN10, HW Ih', "Itc.. I. lldnnlki *r* MoW roared 10:30: to 11::30. Storytellers for ,
1606IAl. .a ba conilructed an public rlghli *f ,
III No0w10$4011 A...... from HiIntiriKllon ., or an property immedlalily Mlatent this program will be members
with NW tInII Ttrriic* thereto an aaiamenti t* ba atquired .
to in ,MltrMclton wltn NW Und far loch pvreoie, which' iMewelki of the Sigma Anchor at Gainesville

1 llrt. "'.11 be of concrete conolructlon five High School and their J
A I. III NwtliwMt 1n (IrMt. from Hi 111 faot In wldtn M accardmca with'
"' _lion wltn, NW 1MH Annu. pi... and ipet "..'.... an file" In theOHIce theme is American Folklore.
run South IM lent af tha City Manager end scan
A.I. III NertMreil INK Trret....from IIIInMrMcikm to the Impecllon ef th* public. laid e1'/
wltn NW I4tn A_.*. laawelki shall ba camtructed ... along, s '.1
run North log fait or adlocent la tha fallowing dMlgnotodtraota. False Alarm
A.4. In Nmwnl inn AtMnu. from HiHiMrMctlon avemm, ar other public wayian d
with I NW 17th Uriel run ma ilda ef auch public wy udoilgnotadi 'r
ling: IMI won LONDON (AP) Police sur- .TxY'
All* toulhwMl ltd AVMIM from IIIInteneetIM A.
with tw :Mlh ltrt run ,. Norrhtlil toventh llrnr fromllghrh rounded the Tower of London
lilt NO (Ml. Avenuo tovlh to Plllth Av. when the '
Monday alarm
MM-C nut Win iMolt system \
I A I. 1* M alloy will *f NW in* Ter.ret Norlh,.it llgAtk, Avenue from llnthItrnt went off In the part housing the :, .
*' from in "miirmctevi with NW lilt ol Kvmih Shot (Mthlinn .
nth Lni, run loulh 400'. ). crown Jewels. .. .
4140A I I. NorttiwMt Tentll lire*! from lev Police blocked :
.I. M N._'" Jim AUMMM frorInMrMctlon .. III nth .Avnu* tocttl to PHIh .Ally* cars exit .
with' Norm SOl llrl Iw55t 05..7' roads, police launches raced ....
run Wool I* ...CL.*. 4. Na.1hor.4.Nc.d Nan 'flit $5,500 t
Aim North Mi tfrwl Neon H' lost 1 1000 "'tltibo'lt 60500. down the River Thames to the )

uilirwcllM wltn Mi IMh ..._. MIN I. ..., Unl.or.l" .Avow Iron 10th Tower and extra policemen and i"
IntwMttltn wit' Nl Uth AdS ItrMt to lltti Hrert belli tldool
nu*. NorlhwMl I4HI Avenue from 13th tracker dogs were rushed to the
A ,. In M MtMwit dMrtb4 is, comnnnu I'.... Wool to Mnd $..*. (tnilh \ .
M th* Intorwctlon" *f "ACLRN .1001. scene.It '\10 ..,
4 Nl Mm AVITIH, run Wool 1100fMil ,. N......... ,21ft ,It. turned out to be '. ")
to Nw Ird limit Piece North t* Mr* Ssulwm' d (bat* a false <1'1" ..
A .. In NwthwMI IHN Mnol loom H* In.lirHctloii lldNlI alarm. "
with NW 40111 Annu, run NorlKwMt lirh Avenue from ll.thItreet -
toumiMtootAI Will to 11th llraet (loulh17th N TICl"i p"lNTiNTION To' \ : .
ll M MMmMif dKrlb M. tornmonc .11It. MtllTIPJ PICTITIOUI NAMI I
*f tti* lnfri.cllon ef M .l. 01555' U.I.ty, AvM.4 Will from Pursuant to lection us 00. P Io'id. Hal. '
lay lying Mil "( NW >lh ItrMt *nd Torracl to Mm Strait (Normllmat utei' nolle U hereby given' that the unMrilgnM f.l\\
HW 411 Avanw. thanca run leso 150/. M,. end Mri P I. Lag.- ,
eo..... t. H.rlhI.1I 1200. .,....... last IraniNon11 le, doing bullneii, under IM name S f'
A .. 11 HwlhwMt lord Awnw. ...... H* Maln 51.1 N Nar111.,5 1110 W_...... Ions and Ornamental Nurery .
kiltrMclUn' with NW 1W Trrc. llaum ildlMe Paula 1, lo. 30t. aolmevllla Ala-
run 100 tool l..lAT n. NorM.0N 130. Sw/wlyd I a St chua County. Plarlde, Intones to run.tor .
In *n imnl dMcrlbid g*. comnwnci Nom flh 51rot to lath $tr.N (50,500H501. MM fktltlaui n..... Nor IM pro lts Much :w ,
yliloni .! .
M lilt IMriKll *l NW IM Itormld Intuit Easier
den Annu* M J NW IJth/ ",**,. It NnnMwM Sl.nd. Stress N.10 Wam Doled It ailiuovlll, Plerld, Sole Ill.

111105Al. run **" "* h1Al 105. )L.;-.._ 1. _ri4_ ._.n..1._..._.'._. .IWr.m. dy ef,November.. I. LAOAU'A 0* 1IU.LIOJAL .

.... IIIJ UNerttnveil 127121 110,; 12. M 7d .
! Is 500555.50 IIIf ,. Nam llghlli Avenue lost from :
J I..rote'" w11h HW 7011 Places, run Mil llreef to XHi 1105,$ (Norm ildel NOTICITha Ii.
I Mrlt 10o lass. S. Th. foul coil of lucn construction UnKrarilty, of Ptorlda will receive
In Nrlhw.f Ifth tlrMf tram III I I. animated. fa b* 11)000 00. bid far the ....,*. .1... ef comma .
IntorHctlM with NW Ilil ......... to C. Th amount af .._....... to bo ,Itlei a* mdkoted below Interaitad bidden ..
J In iniirxiction win NW Hit fitet"A 'levied an preporty abutting ouch tin, *. mey oblen farm,. ipecltlcetloniind /
I. I* Ntrthwml lln* Plc*, trim 'IMInMrMctlon waHii ar abutting Ills public Mow over alhar mfermtHM by cantacllng the
with NW Hit Itiwrt to wen auch Hd.w.'iki are conitrvcted h Purchnlng Oivtilon, Room IM T 15000
'III Int*rsscllen with NW Itth llrtI One Dollar III mi per llnoor foot Hell Unlvorilty, *f Plorld, ealnnvlPMrld ..
Th* Mil Mlltnt4 coil of mil" proh IKtlon I The tolol cal af _._ *. Paying Check
gel ll MUOOMM Including thg colt ol n. Mid .,_.,.. and for .11 drainage, _"' *nd Itoolil. Ml MM wary By
.rdintnc "nct ilIad fr M ildlOrdlninc lit .paid by II.. Lily. af Oalnaivlll, tram T..54p to 00
06.. Ill;. In' 1.05111105, 1..1, 50,505 on.1I/ II 14.551155 OIyp11N 0544 Opals way
C. Tht wnounf *l lilt liMCl' sos.s- la lldowam Conitrucllon Revolving, _., 2:01
"' .... par 1,0501 M00 be 50,1.4, on 'und., which Pund H a portion" ef Itio II 177 V..II.n Hindi ].M December
"hulllnf roprly fronting mron totoctlm Bond Canilrvctlon Fund received by the ,. 1154M
13 00. ,City: from tha general OMIgatlM land 14* lnlihlnf' Hirdwar n M OI .
I. Th* tatll Mil *l onilrvcl.Ing .ou* for th* year 104. The ipacloloeieiimant canhm 1. 1164 ',
*nd ntondlng' ud" inilnr *n *rllyiMm herein' provided, for hell" boevlod 54 111 Octlaal Poml/u. 17.50.Oasam. : .
ihll b* ''' by tM City end nlloctad on 1 land apaclllcally her I. 1154
10111.,111' Irsoo ': 500.1$ pnvl : banelltad "'.".... fa-wlft all toll andandl 54 ISI Olilet I'urn'lure I.N December \
In OrdlnwK Ng 1014 .nd cuss .Hwfundi adjoining' and. canllnguou t* or ,. 1554Al i. _.
m m.y lit *.vllbl for thliurMW bounding or tuning. an auch llrwlivonuM . 1 Itl. If Sur511N. 555105 05110
*nd rhd monl nd coluruunl publk wivh or ...-.... en CMIr5 and TabIN' 10. D""bI' L '
)Is.td ; M tMM ='1'I' MMII- which Mid aldowelki* cenitnicled 15. -tI
mont ihll b* dMltd to tM accounts .which, 'lie adiacmt fa MM Mewoiki. 54 10) I Milking lyiiam I:M fte.camber .
.nd ..*.nd.tf tor rM purpoio II r- lection I. it to hereby determined mil t I.M a When
julrd under Ordlnanc No. ,.... Th* M a '...051, aueiiminti ot On* Ooll.r T. N. WILLI /': you pay bills by check
aoet151 .aa.5001a11s torah prv/dsd 50, HI 001 per llneor foal fronllng such II.... Director af Purehailng you save steps
/Mull M ,lvld and .1150,4, on lndiI walk in madi m proaarllan' $0115 127111 t1 n. II
*pKlltolly' bmfltlMf IMribv to-wlti Al peculiar benefit to be derived tram fit* -110'1--- l : and time
lets and lMi Mjomlng *nd comigunnI : camlructlon ef laid lUaweiki by ech TO WHOM IT MAY COIICIIN' .. eliminate doubt (your cancelled
I or .bounding, *r butllng *n such lot ar .parcel at land MbkKt to tOo You are hereby. notified thot ..
.'Nt'". .11.... or .......onll .oor.ln wiimant. and tht im* enoi not ... lowing, diKrlbad llveitacki Tw Ills $ ;
Sold saI00ry ewer 001000..5 .... .on- cod Ills amaunt af luch benefit, and gllll end one Mack Sorrow rod I check is
itruct** and wMcK ors notMrvM .....11' II I* further ewlored, mot a Maaretoaiaumont hogi aopra>lmehHy. wo IM waaditype each your receipt and proof positive of 'f
or ubct| to b* .*..... by *nllnf ..". lit mm .*.In., aach ll now Impounded el Alachua County loll ... I ; .
.." inltry sowsIIN wnd and let or percel of lond wbMcl I* tOo til I. I. llh Street, elnaivllM: Florida: : "
...,..... by .... CITY N OaIN.v111O, ... Mtament ei pnvMod to Ihli ...,.....* by J. M. C_..... J,.. Ihorlff.' Alachue t your payment) You avoid the '/,
101.'" oat canll5cwS t0 56011 115 and II U hereby dKlorid and dolarmlnad County Oelneivlllo PlarMa. 005M : risk of keeping :
11--. that all let and lend adlelntng and mount al damegao claimed by Mid knpounder :
Oodles I. if It Mreby 50N.mIn05 'II contiguous h> ar bounding' or etntllng Many to n* .100. Polo and eiioeniei : I
w the ipaclel' ....._... af I) 0* par front el the llreoti. avenuai. puMI way!. 5.11s $0541115 end 0.11 55sf all \. large sums of cash hand !
[ feat *,, man M proportion" to It* eeI or oeiemenhi ar oerttom thereof an which, coil Incurred herowllh era 1r The j on You have a : .
culler Dmtll fa ea derived tram ... laid lldewMkl. ire comlrueted or which ebava deKMbed llveneck .. redeemed
1' cenilrucllen af told lenltery lower *atenileni > ire cenllguout h or awl any at the w thin three devi from dote hereof .
ty oath Ml or panel of lend ildowoiki herein' rewired t* be ..... be offered ter Mil/ at public auction r record of where
ublect fa oneiiment. and the lamadnw itructed *r* eeulelly' 1 and uniformly" bin- ta Ill hlahaal and ban bidder far your money goes and for
not wend tOO amevnl el ....* ken.etlt ........ MM conilrucllon" ol laidwelai cnh I
end It n further declared that a In prapartlon to the foalaga Much 'J M. CRIVAIII J*.
51'.0.05........, on.1I lit m.500501W Ml *r landi fronting .. thai Iherlff Alachua CaunlyGaMenlll .1 l what See us about opening
oarlkulir _... a checking
eacn M ar pert*! af land er lacllen thereof. *. PMrM

eublact te aiMniment .. arevMed In Mellon 4 That uld aimimanlt iheli UOI_OIlS. ____ _- ___ .
Will *rdlnnc*. It h Mrby docUnd and I lit payable In faur III equal Inil.ll IN- THI COUNTY JUOOI I COURT IN .
00105,050.4 Mal all. 101 .110 1.510. 1. manti uhmdlng aver a porlad af three ANO ION ALACNUA COUNTY. 11.051 : account. You'll be glad you did 'r .
taming, end cantlguMi to or bowMMgar I In yean with anna kitereel en all OA .
abutting M any of tM itreti 01-l lMnllry 00/..red kntolMMnla et the Oslo of fur IN MOIATIIN .: .
1oy. 0.5.011005 or 54cIIaN 11060450.510'S'M par cent II par cent ear annum tram H: lilelaafWILIflN ,
... ... data at puelkillan" af a fleielulionadopted .
said .05011 loS ca10ir5 L0 K VALIANT D.u...... .
and $111611 Orl allot pn..ntuy 5rvd .. by the City Cemmlmen n.ing NOTICI TO CRIOITORIj ,
_,oct It M WrOad .M M ssN 11151 lha amaunt af each UKM, anetimont. At Creditor* end All Poroane Having
/ **wr 01 qulry and unlfamvr union me Mm M pant M full wltMnthirty Ck4m* ar eamana Ageimt MMitahn : .
baiwIlltM' by tM ._,..._ of Mid IMI dan after me dale af aucheubUcMMn. "
$51005 --.. M Mapor/101" N M0 The flrof anlelknent ihall Y. an ......, 0.115100. 501Nor.S Christmas Club Checks Will ;
1,0111 /en'_ N 05510 lots .. loom an051 o* .0. due on* aayabl within thirty t* preient any clem and d.ma.S$ "
f...tIult, 51011000y 05010 I50N or .5., JOt, daya altar luch puMketlon ana theamaiMn hkh you my have agalntt, |... ..,... I ,
IMI tMraol.lection *) miiaimwttt mail mature and, N WIUON K. VALIANT daceaie / '
.. That MM imunMnto hn So psy.Nle s001o 00,5.11.. as .bout, lew W Alachua Caunfy. PMrkw. fa the .'
lit .oavaM In II. III 005.5 Nt11NansO55.NInd iloled, Intareol HiaN ba payMie an.iwully County Jutfoae ef Alachua Caunty and '
Olaf 0 0101.4 II H.. UI at me rime y btifallmoMi era 1110 1105 55,00 .. duplicate. 50 Np1 I: Soon Be On Their ._. _. .
.....* w th accruH ktlereit M *") deferred ......., MM OHMVIWIIV until .paM 5110sd to 515. 117.14 11.10 $1010450. Way -
'Imtallmenti' if .... rite ef four hall M and remiM lleni on tM reWacHvo 06 01511 510605 M 1110 Cx,0/y : ; ;
per cant (4 per centk per a11001s $0510 ton and perceK of land a. CourmauM to DON County. Pier Ida, winvof :; :
tM dito of puMKMMl ef s ReMluttoaadoalo -._ owner M oemty to *il ether M .10 005.50' 50500 555 1S0 050 01.0. ,
by m* City CemmlMlM" Solos lien oKoot tent from tM an* *tuM tM tlrat aublkatM tit..... or tMDatod i ,,"
nmamMg. Imtollnienll. sNot merura and _Ie....... VPM ,fMhir of tM amaunt af each Meclel' eiieumant owner to pay IM annual to.ualMionto af MI_ PtorkH, thM tth day ; '. .
unless 00 555000 10 laid Is lull WItIOA, wM all ar any part mer.. 01 N.vo5oo. A D. 1054MAIVNA .t
thirty, 1101 den rtr IM dto ef menpuMlctllen. ol. or eny annual bltoroil wnen due. .. VALIANT.Ad01hINI.M '
TM tint bHlllmnt MiellbKonw IM 0010M '_1. win to. ( :
duo and yaMe wlthM, thirtyIMI 051101 5.0500. 00.11 _..... end be err man n it, tt MI ,"
.... after we* puolkitl" oat tMrmMmg 0060 .0,4 1051 PlO 05tl r ... Nora : .
kvMHiiwir Ihell iMturd and N th* rote of 0151010" cent II ear HO'IIO."O'.I :. 4"H
ba .MyabW onrnMlly marMiiar, a* Men cent par *nnun< until all poymenn due Poe CLOII" nun \
Itttotf IntorM Hull M MyiMe nnual Ihall be mode N...... Any dHMeuonectkM TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
ty at tM nmo rear '.".11....." 050pps5lo or 551004 11010' loa.55e.a5 s/bH 06 IfV SIN /M. nolle that .... 5.414 : ,
It' _to. 1$11. .Nod. anfa.t.d tc-'O 1 Ca60Ny :*mmlielanrl at .AIKMOCN01ry. :
.. Tha Cloy, Cammtoalaii. P15Na sass 0001/05 N 1,54 :
,1111 $0 .M rsonas INN M IM IsSOasihO *hei :
.... oat tI 105 .wot m the Moetkuj loom of KM unt.IIMl J. Millor aflMPM-onlhetetdei
p.00015 a. .
0....._ a. _w, A. D. or. ..5016.550.
maartor M Ul laulheeM
105.506 dignity to ail enter 50561.0W. / ., .560 N Ito C FLORIDA :
Nent oncoof tenob from tM dato *l M eevoa thirty. ecMck on the C.anM.O : tHUnoovli'l... .ANolws = ;
1405 day at _..... A. D ten :
MidjauollciHM. uaaa Whir of any far 0. ,- WIH com /. ... bow : '
055 pure** af ,
wma IN 005 105 505 1. cemaumn and mine whomar or ... the Caunfy wm
llmentl. wMH dua ar any pan bfectlon by pertM b N,1r.aN th* 0500. 0.05150 510,011506 and 51050 .,
HieroK. or any annual kireroil when rewlremenX *t am ardnem ALL mat 111110 N ... $.1111.515 sass 04 ,
IM 05510 tl.... o55us50b w/M CO"'U'N" AND O.J.CfIOIII MIIIT to Alochuo C51605w1...N.. andoertKularnr ,
bnerort IMnat. aMH ........* all b* pay' .1 IIIS.NTlD WItITlH6. OMirlbM toltawe. .
ads all 1601551.1.. .10 Nbmd 1000. .. TIIIo 5.1115005 0104 10 050 The prN .. I. lacond Place ,
N IM ,tit tI 6051. pat c dsIlIol 11,500 5500 a 051 1. 50. .105. N. a. I. Ml* atroal and
Oar Issosas sowN Oft 050005055 050 G.Ns55111O 6115 1 II 101. ngalwoin M ihewo on IM
-, M 0000 -. Nor ..- rat sl.vsl.1Ms 105060,4 M1N CNT tI map recoroM ..0. I leab I*. pagaCOUNTY NATIONAL
.. 1511..50 00.5.1 send M 005..1110. P11., ,
tn--. 1 015. P.W..O "'". M ..ay If Na50rs Po? o. INrs.M 5,011 and Os0 .
s.c,.... I. TM City CommHalia) HiMl I A. Do I004Maysr f-. .. 11001 5 5,05 1.01105. ,
..*! bi 5'. moollig Room at nto UtllHie .,.. .C..6sN010r1jyrr" OP
OoorWHm C_. U| ..15.551 IM COMMIMIONI
Avenue of tana merry *.<- p ATTIIT.II ALACNUA COUNTY 'LOlli lOA
on tM 14<*. day *f Doc__. A A. Clwonc 0'_ ly III A .. CAP.MICHAILVMI .
144 tor tM pono of hearing 11II.1 CW of M Cammliixit I
OIIMH' and ableclloM by partle ) < ) II '" ... M I1lt ?
... 01 BANK AT
TION1 atulT IM'J'fj1 I O. JULY 70. IM4
65.. TOUL
10511150. TOTAL ROIL 50.150.65160OV6 ... L
toclMn. e. rtih *r* ence NON aa (u*. ADOtTlO"I 70 lOU ,.. nc5 "
Ihned *K* 1 woe* far lour wen. 10 GU"L'CA' .YM.NTI.
aha .ohoovMe holy km. a O.w.p.rr L9nw I.m II'i'iiiiii MEMBER FLORIDA NATIONAL+ GROUP 31
0 jenerel Htvtarla avNIahad M Mar : : : 'iWi .iii i ( BANKS
ten,. ,5 0.0000110 P565a
'IS.D 505 504 0.0 0 CAIN COLUCTlO NIT II.Pt._. II.Pt....
III fAclMney TAN SALl C"'ICAU NIT 11.0. N 11.1. S MEMBER F.D.I.C.
.Mp.,.c_ 1 A I .UL 'tTU' 0650.105 $5045
An'lT. S S 11/15101650. .o..n ,.," IS :.'" StlNlA10
IIIACO'NeW 011211641. P00015T'I 1.00 05 051020111.

C10-l tt IM CammliilailVO I 50.750.15005 iiii.isi:
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Thursday November 12. 1964 GaintivitU Sun IS

Homecomings 1 Graded Pigs REFERENDUM NEXT MONTH

I Sell by Phone

Dixie Bronson Trenton I I In Live OakLIVE I II Growers Decision Due

OAK (AP) Despitethe

warning of his forebears

farmer John today Is quite '

4 a r willing to buy a pig In a poke On 65 Tobacco QuotaBy

Friday 1,200( Florida pigs will

MT P be told at auction many of -

them to feeder pig buyers in
.aThey BUZZ MIXSON |quotas on their 1965 crop This will be alter Secretary of However, a pending federal I
Virginia who cant what
tee Sun Area Editor The growers will go to the Agriculture Orville Freeman I court suit filed last year by a
they're buying. Before the first tiny seeds are national tobacco referendum has determined the national group of Georgia tobacco growers

The sale will be FI l or I d a's I placed In seedbeds for next polls about the middle of next flue cured tobacco allotmentfor Is casting somewhat of a

first Tel 0 Auction, on idea :''ear's flue cured tobacco crop, month, according to 0. P. Mo 19M McArthur said Freeman shadow over what the IMS! allotment
rowers will hive to make the Arthur, state executive director Is expected to proclaim will be,
that took root two years ago in : whether Stabilisation and flue cured
important decision of Agricultural marketing quotas on The Georgia grower filed
r Virginia and has been! growingever I they want federal marketing Conservation Service tobacco late this month. their suit in U. S. District Court

since Ohio also uses the lut year to contest a 10 percent

idea which was developed by cut Secretary Freeman ordered .
a Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone IT PAYS TO BE COURTEOUS for the 1M4 allotment The

Ca.Frlday's. plaintiffs contended that Type
14 tobacco (grown In Florida
auction will be heldat Councilman Left $5000 and deorgia: had not contributed
Mrs, ONeal Boalrlghts I to surpluses si had other

Suwannee Valley Livestock types and that the secretary

Market In Live Oak. It will be STARKE It pays city officials to be well as gilts to a number of others therefore could and should
linked by !telephone and amplification courteous when dealing with the public. Hurst who his a reputation for being exempt Type 14 from the over.
equipment to Gwaltney all 10 per cent cut In allotments .
Starke City Councilman Carl Hurst has
friendly with everyone, is unable to explainthe
Packing Co. offices In Smithfield In the form of a $5,000 wlndfiD .
proof gilt "I saw her only those two times
Northeastward. The District Court Issued an
Lead Cheers Va., (23 miles -
As street chairman of the Council duringthe and I dldn do any more for her than I enforcement
Injunction to prevent
Aiding and ton High School Tiger when they take the past several yean he twice received would do for anyone." of the 10 per cent allotment
field tomorrow night in a homecoming football tilt against the Branford Buccaneers The auctioneer will announce requests. for routine assistance from a Councilman One Wiggins, who heard that cut, and the Departmentof
will be these THS cheerleaders. Across the top of the "1" are (from left) the grade and weight of each Starke resident Mrs, Rose C. Vampfy explanation, said, "I'v. served as street Agriculture appealed to the
Gall Rucker Joye Kinsey Alda Thomas Liz i Scott and Mary Jones. Making lot of pigs before asking bids "They were only ordinary requests chairman for a number of years, and nobody U. S. Court of Appeals This 1
up the Meg" of the "T" are (front to back) Dovle Ann Bans Suzanne Lang- Bidders In Virginia will be ableto Hurst recalls "One was on fixing the sidewalk ever left me $3000" court limed a stay of the District
ford and Naomi Vlckers. (Photo by Jerry Cooper) hear the bids of Florida buy. and another on drainage of the yard, Hunt Is the operator of a local I service Court Injunction and ruled,
en, and vice versa and wo did no more for her than any otherresident" station 'In effect that growers could

r Tel 0 Auction In Virginia On !'Oct Jl, Mrs Vampfy committed suicide Asked what he would do with his windfall plant In excess of the 1964 It.Iotm.ntl .
ro j'p has resulted In more buyers he "It but had to slay within
and when her will\ was read It dls replied presents no problem
of whom have never attended whalwwver' the 1961 allotments. However
many I to no problem
closed a $3000 cash bequest Hurst as
tobacco marketed In
a sale In person. I any
of the 1964 allotment would
'We have counted as many he subject to penalties and that
at HI bids over the I phone, Wchh Qualifies any penally money collected
plus those from the harm" said Judge Rules in Bribe Case, from growers would be held In

Wesley Smith marketing specialist For ReelectionIn a separate account pending
In Richmond. the outcome of the litigation
Will Hear FBI WaldoWALDO
Horace administrator
hive Godfrey,
"With this system, we
of the ASCS, has scheduleda
from far west
had ai
buyers as and (IAPI-) to police and aided In recording! -City Counrtlm a n public meeting Nov. 20 In Wilson -

south Iowa to north South to Connecticut Carolina W t There won't be any federal conversations shout the trinsactlons D. T, Webb qualified yesterday N. C. for the purpose of

have used it on market hogs! court shackles to prevent FB fnr re-election, according to City discussing the site of the 196$
agents from testifying when Clerk Mrs Bettee DeSha flue cured tobacco allotment
limbs and veal calves, sellingas Judge Bryan Simpson d.nl..dboth
2 MO within five Jacksonville policemen go Mrs DeNts said a Waldo city McArthur said the meeting will
many as pigs
to trial next week on charges requests Ho told attorneys election will be held Pec I, and be at the American Legion Hall\
to 23 minutes.
S 20 they took bribes to permit for the suspended police officers that a mayor, two councilmen In Wilson, and would get underway

4Y Smith said roughly 20,000 Virginia ambling[ that they were premature In goIng and a lax assessor will be elected at t a.mH ,
pigs have been sold this Four of the dfend.nlliost an Into federal court. at that time.Incumbenta said that In addition to the
year through Tel 0 Auction effort to head off FBI testimony Attorneys for the policemen of the positions up hearing of views presented In
Wednesday They asked U.S. for election are: Mayor W, L person written statement' expressing
The sale In Live Oak tomor contended their constitution*
District/ Court Injunctions eu/)', Prevail Councilmen L o u I IPempsey I. sentiment on the quota
row Is ont of a series graded pressing evidence gathered by rights were violated when federal and Webb and Tax As would be considered Then
reeder sales conducted under
r pig FBI also asked agents gathered evidencefor written statements McArthur
x, the auspices of the State agents They sensor W M. Norwood
'CE R Department of Agriculture with 1400,000 damages from five FBI slate courti Mrs Deha! said the city regIntratlen slid, are to be mailed directly
the assistance of the Florida men and Hodges McGee, a Nero Suspended! policemen who 1 bonks will remain open to the U S Department of Agriculture -

Agricultural Extension Service who_allegedly mad_ payoffs brought the MM are Capt. through this month and that the In Washington on or
Harry F Branch. Capt G W. deadline for qualifying Is five before the meeting dt*.
The sales were begun last Ouggin, Lt. Grover C Starred before the election Expected al the meeting In
Lead The Band year In an effort to develop a Congo Matthews Jr., and Sgt Bert Hagen Jr ; Wilson will be Florida ASCS
They better market for feeder pig* Williiloii O.E.S. officials, and rprMnltlv
In Florida To Speak At from the Florid Agricultural
These Trenton High majorette will be stepping high at the head of the Organization, Honor Patrons Txtenslnn Service, the Farm
homecoming parade tomorrow. Head majorette Carla Rowland (center) aim will Bureau. and the Commission r
reign as homecoming queen. The other TIIS baton twllers are (from left) Amy FFA AwardsProgram High SpringsHIGH For Women And MatronsWiWSTON of Agriculture office

Mills Judy Wiggins Maxine Mobley, Susan CoNon Nancy Wilkernn and I To BeAt SPRING Congressman i Along with the miller of setting
Kathy Holder. Meets Tail matrons quoin. semi voting on them
D. R. (Billy) Matthewswill Today
Santa Fc and patrons were honored by there I II presently a move un-
be the speaker at the annual Wllllston Chapter' 142, 0, F S. der of
by Georgia
; way growers
Parade 2 dinner of the
Bear Growl'Opener al p.m. i meeting I Monday, with Mrs B a rbars Type 14 tobacco la have a sep.irai .
Santa F* Junior aid High I Springs Chamber of Commerce -; commission en the Sapp and Wilbur Smith as aiabllhatlon, program for
Senior Chapters of the Futur on Dee I. status of women will hold Its. organizational Worthy Matron and Wor thy heir labacco
For Dixie Co. High Begins Trenton Day Farmers of America wilt present I David W. Newell Jr.. CofC meeting today Pitron 1 The suggestion of a separate

an awards program at president, said the event will beheld The group of 27 women Is led Other Past Matrons serving! stabilization program for Type
CROSS CITY Bear Growl" opens! week TRENTON Tiger homecoming will get Santa Fe High on Nov. 24. In the cafetorlum of High by Mrs William Kldd of Ocala, as officers were Mary Lewis, 14 tobacco Wit put In tile form
I end homecoming festivities for Dixie County I underway tomorrow at 2 pm. with a parade In Chapter advisors R. D. McCormack Springs Elementary School, who his been an assistant to Emma Lee taflen, Inn Kd-]of I resolution adopted unanimously
High School hero tonight at 7 with skits. Imltatlons which the Trenton High School marching band and Kenneth Lie i and that further details will be Florida first lady Mrs. Julia wards Dorothy Lewis, Fma. last week by a newly
and a bonfire and pep rally will_provide the belt for floats, marchers and I said the event will be held hi announced later Bryant for the pest four years gene Smith, Esther Dreher formed Georgia" Tobacco Steering *
'Twentieth Century Bean" Is cars carrying reigning royalty.I 3ood. Auditorium starting at I He said an election of five dl. The eommlsslnn was appointed lose Wetherlnitnn Annie lie Committee.
; 7 and that an Informal rectors will be conducted in the! Gov, urns last June G. Turner chairman ofhe
the theme for homecoming and It's ParadeStarter A bonfire and pep rally at 7 pm. I by Bryant (Sego R*.sle Mae Barton, I lOti. ,
will be served later on meeting from a slate presented committee said
the supper as part of a nationwide effort to Leo Slop, Pail Patron and tttorneys
followed during pa
will be pm. on the baseball Field pro- a nominating committee of will the financial' and
the grounds by potllght the special problems of ,Worthy Patron, served u Warder examine
ride friday. The .parade will AtIlronson cedes the big game with Branford Within recent yean, the J. C. Vause, W E. Wright and' women whether they sro !homemakers .I e legit aspect of such a program

commence at J.10 pm. and I Santa Fe Chapters have compiled E G. Cam workers employers or I Other Past Matrons Inlroduc which I is designed is a

win Include floats, cars and High Nil Nissen an outstanding record of The directors whose terms are I In the professions. 'ed and welcomed by the Worthy possible mean of providing a
the Dixie County marchingband. Sun Sportswriter accomplishments Including the expiring are J. Bennett Butler, Eight committees which studied Matron were Mrs Irs as satisfactory Income for growers
and football prognosticstor of state championships ;J. E. tDukeClemons. various I Phlnney In the Florida Georgia belt.
BRONSON A 2 10 p.m. par winning many ( problems will report Whitens Annie Miry -
I ade kicks off Homecoming 19M says Trenton I II on the move .W. Oliver, Gordon rrancl'l to Mrs Judd at Die first meetIng Gertrude Fletcher, Nell Me- Turner, who I II alum "bed of

The Dixie County Bears entertain for Bronson High School tomorrow -and predict the Tigers will roll 1 William R Simko __ JartlyLooking I the Georgia Tobacco CommodityCommission
the Mayo Hornets at I with lIoa.... cars carrying -over the Branford Buccaneers Lake City Jr. C .w t., '. k. said that In 194leu
thin two cent of Type
p.m. Friday In a football game the queen and her court. U-7, To Acid 1 I CourseLAKE tobacco wi per* placed la the
Sun sport writer Nis Boy Scouts. Girl Scouts and oth-
\ Halftime ceremonies will be !Stabilization Corp. H* relterat
Nissen refers to as 'BO con IIIvie organizations participa CITY Lake City id that Georgia farmers toil 110
the of
highlighted by crowning
test I ting Junior College and Forest million In Income because of the
Miss Mary. Swilley will be Miss Carla Rowland ai Homecoming Ranger School hopes to Introduce "It per cent cut In acreage allotment
Nisen predicts the Bears will],crowned Homecoming Queen In I Queen for 1964. Carla is : a new vocational lectmJ- *.

whitewash the Hornets JM i pre-game ceremonies: at 7;tt i a 11 year old Trenton High cal program nest year, sad Some Florida powers have

of Miss Homecoming ,pm. Mary is 17 and a memberof I senior and head majorette studies are under war III Pct* (sia beta agitating for a spsral -
The crowning the Beta Club. FTA. FHA a program that will bent nerve stabilization program for
19M will highlight half.!and a member of the basketball -, Attendant to the queea Include he five-county community Type 14 lohscco. Th Alachu/

time ceremonies Queen candVj! team.Miss I senior Norma Slaughter, Suggestions and comment: County Farm Bureau recently
dates Include Shares Kay Swilky will be crowned\junior Connie Jones, sophomore:'Iran the public are invited. Surveys went on record* favoring such

Green. Diane Osteea "Bob"I by last year' queen, Miss ;Gall Rucker and freshman Msy- win alas be made to helpIn ,I program A Florida delegation
Marlene Mann deciding the program il In on till Initial meeting nfth
HilL Sharon Susan Diane Chewning Green. Shirley and The queens! court Includes I'ola Lengford loffers Junior College currently I t new Georgia Tobacco Su rng .

Cooper I Miss Sharon Robinson, Una's The queen win be crowned four vocaUonaHechnkal / Committee ki DougU. G*.
Stacy Jones. Robinson and Marcenia Beas-by 1 IM3s Homecoming Queen, programs: forestry, secretarial,1 There have been forebodingson
Included la the queen I court\ley I Mist Nancy Everett nursing and civil engineer! a g tile part ef torn grower
Und- technology that another It cent cut In
are ninth pad princess Coach Rutledge promises a\ per
sey Ann Jackson eighth grade I fired hot football game betweenthe The 14 theme Tiger" Prtvaleert The forestry course is I eneyear > tobacco allotment I la In the off-
Sink the Branford Buccaneers the nursing and InC.
princess: Martha Ana HUes and the program;
and seventh grade princess Bronson Eaglet He he. ." will be carried a dvl engineering programs art Before proclaiming: till IM)
Brenda Summeratt. Hawthorne Hornets. says Into the victory dance scheduled for lye years, and both ..n.year marketing quotas Secretary
win sorely miss first s t r ii', for the school cafeteria' and two year secretarial rrerma. will have la take Into
Due: Jockey DIM Sullivan, the fullback Horace Moody I(otkrwing the game. course: are offered. I consideration current oboe t o
voice of the -big ape" ea radio The coach said the winner of The sew taunt wIll probably mrphues and eiUrnat. what the
W APE. will presideover It likely to bel The dance it the first span-; I Ic..rilt
stalk ;tomorrow s game be a twvyear program future need of till tobacco mar-
a victory dance followingthe the RJverUnd Conference cham wed by school activities sad! Four faster wU be consider ,let will be.
1 held into Ahead
game !pion.CiineivuTe. campus year ed to developing the program: Tobaccx seedbed art usually
for she
the affair are
received .I i due Jockey Su+Sponsors (U the seed for the partk prepared In December a ad
Alumni have to the I special and Bowen will preside ever the ;chttrleadera and Stndflit Council Ur raining: Jl the demands plane fet WUIUtWs) Memorial' tfatailal, with the silt are (left planted to January But before

the tovtiauoa dance They win game have a I IIe (I homecoming dance slated for. of the prewpcettv* students; (I) U right) VUntoteoi+ Mayor Lassie Roberta Cwnvllaaaii Royal French and I W* It don for the 19(4 crop

special section at las game l[the BronxOty HaIL Tae|I i Music win W provided by the die net eC the program; and Cawaxilaaaa R. H. (Reggie) ...*. D. Ce a and he awarded badge deotVg .1 Nana II sponsored by the seaner pickets," a 4 tine combo ft) the availability of InMruc. It* share eI Ik* ***trctioi vita Mt pal a fjuxlamai *f $27J,000: .* the have 10 be mad by grower
their status. claw. I from Treatoa. WI to leach !the eo nH. (Me* U .. (5m ak.4. by Belt Meeker) I It land government efflciat.

1 t


l< Gainesville/ Sun Thursday. November 12, 1954 -

L !"'" 'ii-: "! r
f '

Kelso Gets .
Easy Brakes that pull to the left or right are I Idangerous. I

: .,.here'* the cure


Victory at Laurel when winter \

q says I IGO"
k By GEORGE BOWEN He already has picked up SI,- fifth in the offing. I UU make I

r Associated Press Sport Writer 893,362, more than any racing The 13th International was a J %

LAUREL Md. AP) Kelso, thoroughbred In history. He is two-horse Yankee race from the I U.-_ sure you I
king of the hill for an unprece start and the closest at the fin- can atop)
the first to be voted best V. S
z dented four years, refuses to ish was 13H lengths behind I' ... I
1 r horse more than once with a ,
come down. Kelso was Russia's Anilin. {

Hu ground teemed shaky InWednesday' Dragging In behind were Ire I

$130,000 Washington Celtics Win land's Biscayrie, France's Belle
D.C.,' International horse Sicambre, Venezuela's Primordial I

race. Italy's Veronese and. Ja .

The old boy sent his would-be 11 Straight pan's Ryu Forel.Acclamation GET SET, FOR WINTER NOWI

successor, Gun Bow, whose rid of Kelso by the II
er weakly cried foul, reeling by crowd of 37,800 was delayed for s Front Wheels Removed,
.' lengths. Six foreign invaderswere By 20 minutes while the stewards Brakes Adjusted

lost in the shuffle in the Red Aucrbach's approach to considered a foul filed by Walter Front WheelBesrings l i

battle for the pinnacle. his Boston Celtics and the Cel Blum, jockey on Gun Bow. Repacked $119

Kelso'i 7-year-old legs traveled tics' approach to the National The stewards didn't see it i .GriM Seals f
Kelso In winner's circle, jockey lames! Valenzuela up, groom Lawrence Fits- the fastest time ever on an Basketball Association can be Checked

patrick! at home' head. (AP Wlrepholo to Sun). ,*, 507..50RI.-' .?.1 American track for 1V4 miles, summed up In a word totalitarian Blum Changed admitted Course that Kelso I e Brakes Bnk Fluid Tested Added,

2:23: 4-5. didn't make
physical contact
Writers Tab Bowling Second Three Times "I'm a dictator," Coach Auer- with Gun Bow as the two I 7At your car where the experts art

Standings The glorious triumph after bach has told his players. "It's squared away three-sixteenths; for a/1 winter strWct world
three previous second In the up to you to keep me happy." of a mile from the finish. i
Liston Over "But I felt that he was intimidating .
ROYAL POULTRY ate,,,'. "CVCLI JIU. same race gave pause to hisowner The Celtics presumably, are me and made SERVICE
w L and trainer who had been me changemy / GOODYEAR
woe. 50 II lIu.... Dutl.rt. tt II keeping Red happy They have course," said Blum. "If STORE
....'. _. .. thinking of Issuing an abdication
Itc.'u. semi. 1' 1. played 11 games thus far this
Clay MondayBy 23''" It'h .Hint fin ll II decree In behalf of Kelso. there was any possibility of a
c..... M 1/ Mi as.., 13i II season and have won them all, reversal of the decision I owed 725 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-3537
ere/l.r./ Mrs. Richard C. duPont the
C, IIh 'lhh' AllOy i. COM,,. u I. Including a 110-84 romp over thni Thy,.., I 5IS0 ,.m,
CHARLES 'IflfMthtrt IK'* IP* T. 5 | n between and it to the owners and the racing I OP K MM. e.e -
MCGOLICUDDY prise II II owner crying joy San Francisco _, Sit., I *
RIIUITIllty Wednesday ,1., I t.m.-9 f.m.- .si.- p.m.f
BOSTON (AP) Champion need ii"i n n said, "I can't say anything! defi-- public to have the stewards look I
Oru",."". tl fe JUVfc ee/Ihq. 5I,5 1 Onot" 8 5.11- night.! They are (four short of the )
,. at the film. j
Casslus Clay Is laughirig/ the C.'t' _.. t r Irq Ili d Ili IUlft. el GuIlt' rhNF nite about whether he'll run .
rluck.Resulrs or. J. 00. 555 I.OAINe5VILla NBA's record getaway of 15!
boxing writers and other so- W''... 1. Orumnm. 0; '1.'..?.,. ]. again." I straight victories set by the old
called experts who have In- Geed 100' 1evl.,. I. Chlck.n' hack.rn CMU.CMW LIli "It shook up everything said I
C.w" I. Cook II Iryar. I. Washington Capitols in 1948.
stalled challenger Sonny Listonas Arellr, r. M.IhedH N. 1 1.1 11 trainer Carl Hanford. "He's in .
555,5' MIhedl,5' Nn I 1'h '3'" "
the favorite for their heavy- --- Advent Chrliil.f' Mn. 1 21 I. such wonderful condition, it In Wednesday night's other 1 J
weight championship bout next San Antonio "AotvoftI" N.eM,.,.,.,,... No. I 'M n uhlM llt would be a shame to stop him games Hal Greer and Chet f ill CHRISTMAS FAVORITES!!2 GREATARTISTSI t 1 1i J

Monday."A ,., Frmby. N,. I II" now." Walker led a late Philadelphia
Imtltf it it
thousand newsmen picked Unlv..,.nlly... ,,MMhMIlt,..,.. II 10Mlo. I' There is no reason to rush breakthrough that carried the
N* I t"l M>*
Liston before the last fight. he Tourney Opens Cllviry ...""/ r 17 :I Kelso Into retirement as long as TSers past Baltimore 123-114 Just Released!
"but what IIULfl. he shows the life he did In the while Cincinnati's Wayne Em-i
jeered, happened? Pint/ Miitiodiit N. | 4. Univ.1'
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) Mtthfldlit' ti Ftril Ntnrmt 4# International As a gelding, be bry capped his 13-point closing!
He noted Liston has been installed Mickey Wright and 55055,5., e,, Pint. MMItMlit, N.. I x ti.v has no future of producing chil- burst with a basket in the last
Kathy t ChI "
the favorite No I li Adv.M #
I again and N,. I So Ilse, 5.0115, 1, CMI""j' dren and racing for money Is half-minute that sank St Louis
asked: worth two sharpshooters who re..,. Nat 7r H.ond ... Collector's Album 4
his last claim to fame. 118-116.
"Don't they ever learn?" deadlocked at 209 last year _
Clay, who prefers the name are co-favorites to win the annual -
Muhammad All, Insisted San Antonio Clvltan Open

Wednesday he will have he last Golf Tournament from Goodqear!

laugh. I Play was scheduled lo begin

"Liston's a slow, old man," today In the $10,000 tournamentthat .
I Clay said. "I can cut him easy.I sports a first prize of ft,. football ONLY
nlilice his face up." 'I' 300. means :sr: .eNlo

Clay was honored for the Miss Wright leading money r
laughs be has given others. The winner on the women's tour

Harvard Lampoon, a student shot an even par 72 Wednesday
publication devoted to satire, on the Pecan Valley Country I $

honored him as Athlete of the Club course. So did Miss White I

Year for having brought humor worth. _
beck to the gloomy boxing pica -I _

ture.The .

for Ita Lampoon annual awards Is best to known Hollywood "Ai a you still wearing those GREAT SONGS OFCHRI

stars for Worst Performance ,'\, "
By A Male Actor, etc. : e creasy kid slacks? CMASwmte.rAemne.en.nNe

Clay showed no sign of humor '" : a '3.98 to'4.98comparable

t while going four rounds with his valueAll
favorite spanrmte, Cody Jones.

Liston boxed five rounds qe.JI this Great Christmas Music
i Silent Night O Little Town of Beth
Wednesday, giving him a total '-- EEIJ
of 148 since he started training -lehem.0 Come All Ye FsthfuLJoy!

for the attempt to recover the the World. Good King Wtnctsliui.

crown he lost In Miami Album iM-Yonr Choice 'What Child Is Thl.? Holy,Holy,Holy
I of Monaural or Stereo Abide Me. Ave Marta (BichGounodUToylnd.TheSh -
Liston wouldn't talk to the All three Great Artists Mary Mir- With
writers after his workout A >pherdBoy.
camp spokesman said the challenger } Mormon Tabernacle Choir accompanied Deck the Halls with Boughs of Nally.dtrectedbyLeonardBernsteinRobeot .
li getting tighter each by New York Philharmonic
The First Hark! The Herald
day and had a hassle with trainer MoGod
Angela Real Ye Merry Gen
Willie Reddish Tuesday. Could, Eugene Ormandy,Philadel .
tlemen. Coventry Carol 0 Come, Little
F Children. Go T.IIII On the Mountain.
Closed.CircuitRadiocast Y I Manilla Jackson, Isaac Stern,
k9 : c t u s t i .Sing Hoiinna,Hallelujah.
Pools Day, New Christy Minstrels,
Set Mitch Miller, Andre Prevln. n.ellttobuY-.IIJounnowl

For Yale Club
1 1 1

The Yale Club of Gainesville

will have a closed circuit radio e'

broadcast of the Yale-Princeton Another Great HoIklafBuy from Goodyear!

football game Saturday at the t1piIttI
Gainesville Golf and Country THE ONLY LOW-PRICED TIRE I"

Club. s

All Yale and Princeton alumni + J ), with EXTRA-MILEAGE TUFSYN

and friends are Invited to attend RUBBER '
and 3-T NYLON
a luncheon meeting at :

12.30 and listen to the game, A low-pHctd tin dn ln'f hiv to
beginning at 130.: : 4 k't be a "chop" tin Not when It

The game will be direct from +: rk cirrl. that fimoui Goodyear
mm The AII.W..th..42"
the Yale Bowl In New Haven, wlthTufiyntoughiitrubbitrtvtrui comes

Conn. In Goodymr tlrt.- nd SoT
Arrangements for the special V ae q. kl o tripli-tfinpiirH. nylon card for
radio broadcast were made by wtrtitrtnfthindiihty.Beet low.prle .
*d tin' around!
Dr. Ernest B. Wright, presidentof lSize
the Yale Club of Gainesville
: te
and Dr. W. Jape Taylor, clubsecretary. 4
Peir rice T'a rf s 1s tub rype a'Kew.li.' NwMe.nA
t Hn.eN year ear {)
Both teams are undefeated .701 IS 2"11' Bl' kwlllTutotypt %,
(Yale has been tied once by 7SOiU
Columbia, and the game will 2,,, set .''ocllw.1' *3 MORE EACH t
decide the Ivy League cham- 1k I..70 I IS TuMl.nion's "

pionship.. .. J.!,>' 2,1.10 ;'='::: No Money Downl!

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Texans EdgeChargers GO Free Mounting! I


In Midget League action at aecrto lunaii.wtBi ,,. .
Oms Na u. OU..IUIITII Owls se meMM N. .Nme. OIl eNln M.
the Boys' Club the Te I a n i AN. K M res. lie N.N..II Ie_ 'er 05 SoMe ors M 5. M..5 ALL NfW eOOOTU AUTO TIM* i
'UAOANTlIIt .. .... ...
ILLS sew. .. .
edged the Chargers. 7 *, and Nu, am.lwl 0 N A IOOD'UI Omi w.' Me m .'. OOt' mNhi MN h..._. mows 750. 50
the Oilers beat the P11 r I eti, Get Into eme' tile "..... 5.,'50 ... COOtH.n. 'AILa we ewes UIIDII 01 Il.w.w.e Two OUAIANTII M sew 'rIO Son basal.. _i..MK,0000 opM. ...OeedyUe.. ease .

It. a.Danny Outstanding Crowe, players Bruce Anderson I These wlsed-up' slacks know where a crease should always be and where It should rever be, and how to keep : ; . . . . . .. .
were and Sloan Pa- things that way. The reason Is I Koratron* fabric of 63% Dacron*/35% cotton. No matter how many times you

Donnie Bobby Pelt. Bill Cellon wish and wear these trimly tapered Post-Grids they'll stay completely. neat and make the Iron obsolete In
trolls: colors you want at a price you want to p/...JS.S8. *
and Tom Herb Oilers; Doug GOODYEAR
Cooper and Dennis WaldropTenna *, SERVICE STORE

; and Dennis Under us
wood Chargers.In N. MAIN ST. PHONE J72-J5J7

110.1 IIOUIII M.... eb,5 n...._
Junior League action the :' guY CMCINTRAL I sm Ie ,:U pmt ,II.: 9 ... Ie 9 sM ; s."r4ey a em 05P m
Bears remained undefeated!

with a 22 t win over the,II! STORE HOURS Goodyear Tires At Cmpe rti"e Prices Are Aise A".iloilAt/ These De /I.n
Steele and the Colts defeatedthe CHAIGIMONDAY

was turned In by Paul I -L CHARGE6Ara41ILU W4 L Uei J
A ..
Lambert Ted Covey and Glen THC STORE WITH MORE (1 PIe,..* )76-ISI4 N..." MeiM Street At ltd ""..

Simmons Colts; Rusty Witt THRU SATURDAY SHOEING ctNTUCI -
Coburn and Harold : NOHTM MAIN STUffr ORANGE
Brock llama; Larry White CENTER
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r iiiIiI Fred Hutchinson Dies at 45FRED

BRADENTON, Fra (API I9fil for a pennant winner at|again, he went back to SeattleIn game World Series. The Reds

Fred Hutchinson, former man Cancer Claims Cincinnati, felt the first pain ol 1959, but h* moved to the were a close third in 1962 and
To Help ager of the Cincinnati Red his Illness last Christmas. Reds on July t. fifth in 1963.Hutchinson.

whose baseball career was end Former Pilot Hospital tests confirmed the A sixth-pine finish in 1960 was) married In I

ed abruptly by chest cancer presence of a malignant tumor, was followed by a pennant in 1943! to Patricia Flnley. They
died early today In a hospital. In Major Loops but he continued to direct the 1981. although the Reds lost to have four children Rick, 20;
The 45-year-old Hutchinson Reds until illness forced him to the New York Yankees a flveTnursdoy. Jack, It; Patty, 18, and Joe, I.I .
showing some Improvement quit

Scholars was allowed to go to his home went to Dick Sister, who became Hutchinson sometimes called

on nearby Anna Maria Island acting manager wher The Bear because of an explosive

last Saturday. But his condition I Hutchinson went on sick leave temper, flew to Seattle last s I'S a

If i sports fan can take hit mind off the upcoming Floe deteriorated rapidly and he was Aug. 13. Dec. 24 for a two-month aerlea I
returned to the hospital in an First Pain treatments after
ida-Florida State football game temporarily there'i baa- of hospital
ketball show due Monday night it Florida Gym. 0 ambulance Tuesday.With Hutchinson, baseball's Man- learning of the malignancy

his health failing fast, he ager of the Year In 1957 for his H* reported at Tampa, Fla,
It'i the annual Dollars for Scholars attraction matching HUTCHINSON had stepped down Oct. 19 as second place finish with the St Feb. 29 for the opening of the

the Gator varsity against a combined freshman and B _. claimed by cancer_. manager of the_ Reds. The job I I Louis Cardinals and again Ir Reds' spring training camp but
team.It -- -
by July be was forced to pass

will carry 50 cents admission charge which will bene- FOR FSU CONTEST up road trips to Milwaukee and
St. Louis and enter hospital
fit the
scholarship fund. Game time Is IIS: p.m. Cincinnati. November 12, 1964 17

Coach Normal Sloan plans -to start a varsity quintet *t
Dick Tomltasoi and Garry Keller forwards; Bob Hoffmann Never Returned
center; and Brooks Henderson and Tom Baxltjr, ( Gators Work Hardl H* took another leave Aug 131
guards. to enter Christ Hospital In CIn-\
cinnati and never returned to
The fresh B team group will be a mixture an InterestIng his Job. Alabama ChoiceOver

fivesome too. It will operate with Gary McElroy and Florida State is worrying my Jordan and Marquis Baes- All America In high school as .Before becoming a manager
Roy Rollyson forwards; Dick Peek center; and Ed about North Carolina State this iler will work at the halfback an offensive quarterback, has Hutchinson was a successful

Mahoney and Harry Winkler, guards. Saturday. But Florida's Gators spots and Tom Shannon a t turned Into one of the finest pitcher in the minors and with

Still on basketball, there's a possibility that Coach Sloan are trying to get into the act quarterback.The safetymen the Gators ever the Detroit Tigers. His major Engineers
will have another special "Ladies Night" clinic. This Is the Coach Ray Graves clamped Colors are stressing versatility have had league record of 99 wins 71
a lid of secrecy Wednesday on for FSU In what shapesup losses, might have been better -
event strictly for the fair sex and a chance to learn the
basic fundamentals of basketball. If It comes about, date Gator drills for the upcoming now as a tremendously wide- had h* not missed four seasons.i By KKLSO: STURGEON I Look for both team to try tit
will be announced later. game with the Seminoles In open offensive contest. 1942 through 1945, in military ATLANTA (AP) With the control the hall In an effort to

Tallahassee on Nov. 21. I FSU's offense Is one of the service.As I crystal ball In the atop for some keep the other t from scoring,
The Gators, with an off week, nation's finest as la Its pass a manager, Hutchinson much needed repairs pickingthe i Another factor to consider 1.1
A New Sport are moving In high gear anyway ing game featuring I S signal- tfca was sometimes rough and winners of this week's Southeastern ;that Alabama is 8-0 against the

trying to pull themselves caller Steve Tensl and flankerback tough, sometimes cool and pa Con Terence football teat In the land and that Tech
There'i a new sport close by In. Jacksonville, In case together and be ready for the Fred Bilctnlkoff, a lead tient. lames Is about as easy as convincing Is 71 against some rather auh-
you've missed It It's ice hockey and the Gateway City la expected titanic struggle for the ing All America candidate this When his temper flared he one's teen-age daughterthat standard opposition. The final.

represented by a team in the southern division of the International mythical state championship I year and a brilliant pass re- took It out on the furniture In his she doesn't need the .tele- Alabama 21, Georgia Tech 0-

League Coach Ray Graves and several 'ceiver. Add In lonesome end clubhouse office, not the players phone. I Georgia's Bulldogs. Ire no

The Rockets, as the Jan entry Is called will be at home gridders attended the funeral 1 I Charles Casey of the G a tors The bowl pressure Is on and longer a sleeper but stand as a
next time on Wednesday, Nov. IS, against Long Island. of Ralph Poe, father of with Spurrier throwing and it some learns that were expectedto full.fledged SEC power this sea-
Alan Poe, In Tampa Wednesday.With can be seen the secondary defender Broke Window finish high but have run Into !ion They will Journey lo Au.
I saw a portion .1 the contest betweea Greeisbore andJatksonvlUe halfback Jack Harperand are going to have a After losing a game he believed unexpected defeat are fighting burn this time around and look

Poe returning to work, busy day.Guard h* should have won, he to salvage a little gridiron re for coach Vine Dooley to beat
the Gators' offensive backfield Bill Richbourg and would often stride Into his office spect. Add this to the fact that his old master Ralph Jordan,

will shape up with Steve Spur tackle John Whatley mined I ; slam the door and start some teams that were expectedto The final: Georgia 13, Auburn 7,
rier at quarterback Harperand Wednesday's drill due to recur- throwing the furniture around. bring up the rear are fighting I Tennessee has Its house! In order .
Poe, halfbacks; and Larry rence of knee ailments. Theyare Sometimes, windows were bro- for a bowl chance and It will and looks like It can play

Dupree fullback. Dupree will due back, perhaps today. ken.When give you a headache. with the !best of them. But look
alternate with John Feiber and Graves had praise for safety- the storm broke he Without doubt this weekend, fur' Mississippi to kill\ the Vol

Graham McKeel at the latter I man Bruce Bennett who has would shower, shave, dreg and the most Interesting game In the unteers' slim bowl chances. The

S post. turned in seven standout efforts step out calm and smiling South-possibly In the nation final In an upset: Mississippi,

_In addition, Don Knapp, Jim- this season. Bennett, an I Later, he would get "together matches the unbeaten Crimson Tennessee 13.
with offending players, one at a ,Tide of Alabama and esnce beat. Another upset should take

last Friday night. If you're a follower .! action time, for a private discussion of en Georgia Tech at Atlanta plllc l at Lexington where the re-

you'll like hockey, even the minor league version. Annual Amateur their fault Because h* never This game pairs two men who vamped Wildcats of Kentuckytake

It's rough, tough, fast and sometimes those sticks are used exposed one to public embarrassment would like nothing better thanto on Baylor, If Kentucky can
for more than attacking the puck. all his players liked bent the other It has been come up with any kind of a pass
him. said that if either Alabama'sPaul defense It ran whip the Bears

Local fans interested in securing schedules, ticket prices I Horse Show SetThe Hutchinson, a native of Seattle Bryant or Teth's Bobby again The final I: Kentucky 2*,
and other Information, should contact Ed Hudson, manager won 25 games for Seattle of Dodd could win this game by a Baylor 24.Louisiana.
at Jacksonville Ice Sports, Inc., 1145 E. Adams St., 1 the Pacific Coast League In his big margin either i probably State, the best of
Jacksonville or call 353-3121 (long distance). first year as a pitcher and was would be glad to announce his the rest In the conference will\
ninth annual amateur set at 10 a m. each day and at 'retirement the final have real fight Mississippi
of after against
named Minor League Player right
Home contests start at I weekdays, 7 on Sunday 2
p.m. p.m. horse show Is slated at the p.m. on Saturday.
Slat. The final LSU
the Year by The Sporting : ,
Hockey I Is divided Into three 20 minute periods butIt
Waldo Road grounds on Saturday Judges will\ be Leif Ericksen. IIRUCE IJENNKTT Mississippi Slat 0.
Is a lengthy entertainment figure at least 2'b hours per and Sunday Nov. 2122. Jumpers; Bob Jenkins English gets pat on back best pitching year at Detroit I Grudge Mated Vanderbilt will bounce back
game. classes and were 1949 when h* was IS- real
Judie Becker The Is grudge
; contest a
Lu Hlndery Is chairman of the from Its upset lost lo Kentuckywith
Western classes 7, and 1950, when h* was match and Its long history II
show which will feature an the Joe ; an easy victory over Tulane -
Caught on the RunDon events held at the annual spring Entries are expected from all Replaced Rolf ,dotted with controversy. There The final: Vanderbilt 20,
show In March. over the state and from other On July '1, 1952, h* replacedRed are no words to describe how ,Tulane 0.Season's.
Large will represent the Boys' Club In the "area" southeastern areas. 579 Is Best Rolf as manager of the badly each team wants this one. record: 40 right. .U
Punt-Pass-Kick contest at Washington on Ndv. 21. The national There are 44 classes plannedfor All hunters and Jumpers classes Tigers. In the next two yean, Joe Namalh, Alabama's pinpoint .I wrong. ,727 percentage,
finals win be In Miami at halftime of the Pro Bowl the two days. The program will be run to the specifications Joe Balogh of Manor Motel his team finished alsth and passer! will be ready to go
(runnerup game) of the National Football League early In win start at 10 a.mon Saturday of the Florida Hunter. and had a (79 aerie on games 01 fifth and It was back to tile minors In he game and his play abase I
January.One Nov. 21; and at 1 p.m. on Jumpers Association 159 171 244 lo top the Night In ItSS ai manager of Seat. should be enough to make the Cedar KeyCriddcr
Sunday, Nov. 22, In the A ring Further details wilt be announced -' Owl| loop at Palm Lanes Wed. tI,. difference.

slight correction la Wednesday's column en Larry In the_B ring the programs _areSorcAnklecl.. Sunday nesday night Seattle won the pennant that I Keep In mind, too that 'Bama : lens
Dupree. That's turnip gre ns the Maccleaoy speedster Loyal :Seam, Johnson & Far- ;year and from 1958 Into the 195t has one of the fastest lines of

doles on at mealtime, not grits. Of course, Larry liken his :a. hit 013 and Joe Sommeie, I.season h* managed the Cardi- scrimmage In the land and
grits, loo. But he loves those turnip greens. Twilley I Edwards Building Supply, had nals. They finished fourth In you've gut an unbeatable com Broken Leg

The first pass Florida's end Charles Casey catches I JS9 Balogh's 244 was bell[ I9M and second (In 1957._One-bination. :
-- CEDAR KEY Roams At-/
against Florida State will help him break another Gator Needs 3 More CatchesNEW game. -
ford fine
I all around
record. Casey has 34 catches for 482 yards and needs only Johnson A Farli rolled 10M( t. -I frkfdrr
UF Grid Statistics for Cedar Shirks
Key's la rcuperatlnf *-
three more yards to top the one-year effort of 484 set by 187.59$ -2971 with the low
YORK (fAP) -Chlnces.r. Dave Ray of Alabama In Munro Memorial
Broughton Williams In 1949. high single.
Casey has caught 43 for 612 that Howard Twi 1 I ,.. ,.... Ocala .
at from
ley's sore vaeMn 'un" hospital a broken
yards and the all-time UF record Is 43, also, by Fergie ankle kicking scoring leader with 52 I Phyllis Mercer of' Early 51,0110NI POOTMLl ITlTHtlttAM n ... ,.. as'. 'Do
Ferguson for I6S yards In 1939.4441.Commonwealth. wont stop the Tulsa pass I points la three points shy of the American was hi g b In the ..<... ace. a It .PCC. I leg suffered In last w.ek'a
catcher from setting an all-tim. .... a He.we football game with Taylor Highof
all-time mark of 55 Northwest Trailer Sales loop ,- a Ii .
collegiate receiving record this ace .. Flerson.Alford. .
I. a 0aso
123 157 402. F. ...
with 112 It MW ear
Victor weekend points set by Navy's Greg Miller, Wolfe Sr., had 400 and M..loon 1Cso i i i called by Sharks'
Twilley favorite target of Mather in net, and two field wed cores alavlwa..a./v/wa coach Ron BrummKt one of'
Jerry Rhome the Hurricanes' goals away from the record of A. Candady, Sunstate, 399 with ...4 A'--. IC. ., .. "o.M 001CM. the aquad's hardest working

In UF Cricket sensational passer Is two receptions 13, established by Auburn's EdDyas a 169 top game _.,. '1 wr/.. M P cot.,.a0.a. players, had seen action at tv'
< Corrie Hayes of Combine Insurance .. r
short of the season record in 116O.twilley .CO.-.f.ev..TI ....
a r 1I try position except quarterback
0 vero.
of 70 set last by Larry Elk- paced the Plnuipplmloop II. .. ..s.. I r 1I.
year ,...... .. thin season for Cedar ,
_, a low-scoring cricket game and left The Rest In a favorable -ins of Baylor. The Junior end. with three games re- with 1M 1 -133-452. .__ w as' rvease __ / It'oo Key
, maining, has a bulge of 17 recepUona Elaine Allan of Fred Mason's "We've been hard hit by In-
on Fleming Field a Commonwealth Injured last week in Tuba's 1 9 1-
position when he was aanan.capen. i is i "
over Iowa' Karl had 441 and Alice Murray, FredMash's .. -- '_" alt scanon long, Brum-
team defeated The Rest bowled at 20, the highest core 7 victory over Memphis State, Noonan who has three ,.. Ps'Io r 1- I uUwe mitt ..id. "but this I J. the moat
not be In the lineup more rolled 433. The 113 by .. I Iniece. / 0
may starting 1/ ten -
by eight run and registered "
of the day. Prlngle and Collins catches than third ." Alford's fractu e
-place Fred Carrie Hayes was high game. an IM NM Mn anodes sever one r
its first win of the season by Saturday against North Tex Is' ,...a", I K ,.p a,
." stayed together, and appeared as State but he figures to see Biletnikoft of Florida Slate. Alachua Fog Service h ad a lei ver M .wed ra,1 .o.- 1 '" so. required Inaertkm of pine lo
77 runs to 69. Charcles aw now ana' h rwM.l a s. M. mend the break
capable of passing the Commonwealth action. Casey of Florida, 2313 serifs and an IK bill .", 1/1we roe ,Ot' 'oo a .0 "
The Common Wealth batted total. However Collins : Twilley. the national feeder In dubbed the "loneiome! end," game SplUi were mad by 111 WIt S,00. 11M -. S l550w. Alford Is a JM pound senior

first Wickets loon began to and Morton fell to receptions (B), yardage (KM) placed tenth with 34 receptionsfor Louise Vickery, I 10; M r I. ,... 0s'......5,0. -W15 w 55.n..1 I M N N apa :and tile Injury hat ended his
tumble to the bowling of Morton Syed and touchdown passe ((9)), according 412 yards and 'four touch Murray 1 I 1 It: and Ins. ,,- "se0'S N :.: ::. IM Trr!n hulas tic athletic career "II*
i (South Africa) and Howart and the Inning closed with to latest NCAA major downs.- 1 Diane Winner, I I 10. 0 ,-"we-_ .lOt cone 050, : :: 111 e'0 : H rr05 I''was a blocking back. 'In Ih *

(U. S.) Openers Deshpand and eight runs still needed for victory -college statistics also la bidding -- a eon,_P..M 054 woe. wnsa IIsea o.eooo.. J IN 1N 111 N1 0 s.II II game he wag hurt Brmn-

Syed (both India) were dismissed to become the first end ever to '"t..50w: set ,.r. 110 .N. It I mitt *aldMembers' .
cheaply, and U was not until capture the ..aSOlllCOrlnl title. tot.a a now ver n i.n. 1'-L.. '" 0 1 040 N1 M N1* a 5 II, of the team are

captain, Saluja India) (t9)) and In this Innings too, "gentle TIle point leader a week ago, he .seas /N Owe 1,red-_ I.r ,r.=.. I 1414 C4: i i II making tripe lo Ocala to cheer
Shah (India cam together that manly" conduct was witnessed, now trails Brian Piccolo of It. 0w...__ ... sa N 1a 11"I 011 111 1 1 II up tile grUoVr who .has. a long

the Innings took on a respectable as Stratton was dismissed lie Wake Forest by two points, 77- 1. .14.,.M,..... Nt .... ,iowI.I ::t :; : :jI'lC.'Uper.UoIIl'rtod lhead.IgNTUCIIT,
,. a
55.5 M. C" -
These two TS.
appearance. failed lo remain In his crease 5' 1N ae.dwe asa
steered the total past 50, and The Deacona' fullback, who .,... 0.Me.1 r
(base) after a delivery from N a .0 srwe M Ia
the captain looked set to record also leads the country In rushing mewl ,__,or. nr
a high score. He was caughtby Syed, but the Issue was doubtful yardage, scored: an his I ..., eww.l.o+_ Dill
and he continued .lo bat as Toe _
Stratton (England) but was team's points In a 20-7 upset f 1 '00 1..s' aI
caned back to continue nis Innings The most successful Common victory over Duke last Satur- / ", ;j 70, 115Ir .
wealth bowler wag Deshpande, : soil in
after it was agreed that day. Piccolo's 12 touchdowns :ia.o so.
who look six wicket Syed add-- 1 I.. a.. Mw ...., a
the ball had struck tile pound top that department Kent Mc- 5 .-a aa. Y
before landing In tile English- ed two wickets .lo his accountfor Ckwglian of Nebraska and Syra .. e'. er.o...UMe .a
man's band This demo e'atrata the season.Broncos cuse's TD twine Jim Nance and ,ew- -1,0501..... ,
one of "gentlemanly" aspects Floyd Little. are wit with Ueach. I kN/w as'see. I

of ft* sport whereby the Roll TwilJey's runner-tip total I 'enee us. _..cevessa m. MMA1e4Nl we..w..n
batsman baa tile benefit of any baa come on nine touchdowns 're .0b .eewsseseases.
doubt which arises !in the course Past Patriot and Z1 extra points. .
of his Inning aa.lveawe -. .. ..
M. <*** P. ** ,
Finally with the score at 77, In Midget League action at Dill Arnold -1 v I-_ ..oo.*a1 t at. aj
sa : -j ; j : j
the Commonwealth team concluded (b* Boys' Quo. Ow Brtact w GENTLEMANCagers j
for beat the Patriot 21-I. Raiders r'A
Its swing. Bowling High With 515 _
The Rest Morton look three shut out th* Buffalo BIB .... M.a MI.rr .. MAM PRE DICTSIEn
14 t, and the Oren defeated \ ... I a.\
wickets, Howart two wickets: Bill Arnold bad a 111 series! -r_ II
and Stratton, Coflln (Ireland) lilt Cowboy t .0. OIl garnet of W lit 1. tel. ea .
and Pringl Rag III d) ene lead the Sheriffs Senior leepl svaw aev..aa.. v M van. 1--- -r ,
Ouuundmg players were ..
'w rI' )M
wicket each.Tb at Palm Lane His M was v.ae.ra a .
Ricky Watt and Bull MorrtaoaOuers /Inr_ r a II' ;
best gam*. Randall Brggi roDVed I. s'1 .
Kenneta WhJU, Randy .1 son. r awe Tw w
Rest Bad a disappointip ; JCt wee 1 15 a
a a uMaaon ._ se a.I.Iaa, wa
Brooks and !Shan! Fewer
start to Its toning, a* tt Freddie Whitman paced the
David ...Magri .... a
struggled against OM accurate Cowboy; Jerry Dowdy girls wWi 9a0 ad a m best w ad M
and Johnny Box-Raid- .... ,. M. H Mau red r
andSyed. Prescott effort 0" r fee a III
bowling of Desbpaad Turtle Creek Rcdluh -w It. II W U T_ as ew.r1.C1 e
Bate lasses essay
Cockrefl and Roman en; Clefs *. Ray Sandbagg, lad a X2SJ series) "till.. IC IC
.. w.1..ra r 11150 -
(US.) fen after scoring three 1 and Frank Crowlejr Buffalo and Royal Fear a* Ct lame Pktvtd shone 1. l>r. David Asthny, 1oe..Lst. '-. .r -1M' ew w 5n..e.an .. 6

and BID respectively and Bills! ; Bobby Wee Brian New- Splits were mad by Arnold 14 with a Ine-pooM Mdfwb that grew up .. Turtle. __ .as. as. .. as1.14 a.aawtwee. --
was left t. Stratton M transform son and Danny Crow* PttrMs 7 -1; Mia Whitman 4 I and Creek Be,. A sharp eye can detect in the fkV. .

the complexion of die : and Sttvt Craby. Jbay J- t- M; Ray Hsler, I. 7; upper lip. the tiny Jig with which it WM nl'." .,.w 5r s .. 50. i 15 .11.
gun*. With efforlles eall berfrtve I Dowers and Charles Lewis and Begp. } g it lisle had (See Frank PaUpotfs Aalrtam and jifieU' CO|.SB* i- II ; .; eo1e 51..1.I w..eq 5e C.... sorve ,.. 5.1514a

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18 Gainesville Sun Thursday!, November_ 12,_ 1964

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.1.-i:' ,oj-f'. I Santa Fe-Lake Butler in Spotlight

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LARRY WOODS But Lake Butler will count on have fullback Harold Grin Ir, berts plant to go with Larry Newberry could be In line for' In Riverland Conference play
.d' .. "'" '''': If"! Sun Sports Writer Larry Clyatt and Rusty Wade halfbacks Bob Lyons and Tom Martin, Charles Davis, ends; Its second win of a rather poor'I I Cedar Key Is expected to roll
A nan conference battle between at ends; Henry Whitehead and my Thomas or Ray Dukes to Steve Trulack, Trigger Hodge season when they host Crystal] over Melrose while B r o n s o n
two of the area's youngest Bruce Mangus at tackles; Ken try and crack Santa Fe's re- tackles; Bill Weatmorel a n d River Trenton, counting on, and Hawthorne nil, U up again I
Starhc Plays coaches commands most of ny Williams and Glen Brannen spected defense. Frank Taylor, guards, and Jim Grady Jones and Jimmy A win could give Bronson a
the attention In the Suwannee at guards, and Danny Bennett Last season the Rebels were my Cole, center. Slaughter, could surprise Bran- commanding hold on the o o p
loop Friday as Santa Fe and it center. on the best end of In. 25 Danny Adams will direct the ford.. race
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1 For Marbles Lake Buller renew their rival Jimmy Thomas, working affair. Rebels wllh big Doyle S I Ik e sand
[ from his quarterback post, will Friday night Rebel coach Ro- Russell Taylor at the halves
ry.Both team i have reported I I and Mac Crawford, a sophomore Auburn, Georgia PrepareFor
only token Injuries this week at fullback I

A victory over Lain City Friday night would be as and hard all struggle Indications between point the to unbeaten a. Doug Mitchell'BackoiWeeK "1 believe the boys realize Rugged Grid Baltic
sweet as apple pie for Starke'i highflying Tornadoes Lake Butler will come after !
them Into an enviable spot atop the Tigers coached by Jim them, and It should be a good I
would propel
It. A berth In the tour- Daniel and the twice beaten ball game," remarked Roberts By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS test. He's been trying to beef up
I standings
Class A, Region grid winner Rebels coached by Charlie Robert Wednesday. I If the football coaches at Auburn the Tigers' defense, already the
the regional
team state playoffs waits record and is only *. and the University of Georgia second stingiest In the nation.
At present, Starke Is sporting a 8-0-1 The Rebels will be without
J one point out of the regional lead. Palatka, with a S-1I North Marlon, beaten only by I regulars Louis Feagle and are given to whistling al The Auburn team spent most
mark, Is on top. powerful Cross City this year, Quarterback Doug- Mitchellran Hipp his top receiver. Hipp Charles Kersey due to Injuries practice, the tune of the week of Wednesday's practice session
The reason Palatka Is leading li that Starke has played hosts 'once beaten and equally and passed Wllliston to I grabbed one for 67 yards and suffered In last week's game might very well be "Something'sGot on kicking. Jordan seasons that
one Class B school, Santa Fe, while Palatka has played all strong WIlliston to highlight a 33-8 win over Inverness 1 a s I t a touchdown, and sped three against Macclenny to Give. the Georgia game will depend
A or AA teams. strlckly conference match. Friday night to earn "Back of yards for another score. Top Rushers .Coach Vince Dooley of the on field goal attempts and
After Lake City, only Green Cove Springs and Maccleneaten Cross City takes on an unpre- the Week" honors by the Sun. Corbin again sparked the Williston will count on quar-Bulldogs has been emphasizing punts
in the Tornadoes' way. Green has been dictable Mayo contingent In The 185 pound junior raced Cross City offense, rambling terback Doug Mitchell to fin d offense this week,. warning his' The star of the SEC, unbeaten
with regularity, and Starke trimmedCove Macclenny, another Suwannee contest that for touchdowns of (0 and 65 for four touchdowns and pickIng -I a few loop holes In a usually team that a first.rate performance I ranked Alabama, has
has a lot riding on the out t- and his point total more than 175 yards
yards pushed up and determined N o rt '
210, In the season opener. will be needed to catch the been working on 1'-' passing
Coach David flume had to' schedule Macclenny a second come. of 50 for the season. rushing In a 32-0 decision over Marion defense. The Colts own Tigers Saturday.Meanhwhile game and defensive play In
time to complete a lO-game slate. Other, Games Mitchell also unlimbered. his Newberry. one of the area's finest rushing Auburn coach preparation for Sat t u r d a y 'i
Lake City has strong Perry and Live Oak following this Chlefland and Jennings will passing arm for a 25 yard Honorable mention went to records and will look to half Ralph Jordan anticipates a running meeting with 10th-ranked Geor
week's clash, and Palatka still must face Live Oak and also tangle Friday night as will scoring strike to brother Bruce Lake Butler quarterback Jim- backs Robert Stone and Danny from Georgia in the i gut Tech at Atlanta.
St. Augustine. Newberry and Crystal River.i and two extra point comple- my Thomas and halfback Tom Sandlin for the valuable yard game !
Lake City will put its fine M-2 record on the line against Trenton has Branford In Its own tions. my Thomas, Cross City half
the Tornadoes In the big Friday night battle. backyard to complete the list of Mitchell rounded out his I back Jerry Karr; Gaincsv le age.If Mayo can stop Cross City's
One of the ties was a 0-0 battle with Palatka the SAme area conference teams heading standout performance by I Intercepting halfback Al Giffln; North Marion Randy Corbin it deserves win I
score In the Starke-Palalka game a few weeks buck. down the football home stretch a pass off defense. halfback Danny Sandlin; Friday and that will be the
It shapes up even all the way for the two Class Attants As for the big one in Union Gaining special mention were Chiefland halfback Lee Mills: only way I It can win. The entire
But, I've stuck with Starke each game and each County, according to Daniel the North Marion halfback Robert Trenton halfback Jim Slaughter Bear offense is built Stylesfor
time It has been successful. This time, let's say Starke 7, Tiger art "ready as they will Stone, Gainesville halfbac k ; and Starke quarterback c around the bruising IBS-pound '
Lake City 8, In a tight defensive struggle. ever be.'Santa. Brian Hipp and quarterback Phil Elder and halfback Larry senior and no one to date has Men
Fe probably has one Jackie Eckdahl and Cross .
City Crawford. stopped the stellar fullback.daraesuilfe .......
of the best defenses in the fullback Randy Corbin. and Bo'sS".M"li.
-Lake Duller Picked irea," said Daniel Wednesday Stone bolted for 153 yards and
night "It looks like we are one touchdown In leading North
Santa Fe goes to Lake Butler Friday night in one of going; to have to pass if we Marion to a 29-14 win over Ta- ., in M n'i end Hny'i "'.",. for Florida
the season's top games. hope to go anywhere against vares.: Sun
The Rebels will take a beefy line and a corp of hard- them," added the former Top Hurricanes
running backs Into the contest with the undeated Tigers Florida State end. Hipp and Eckdahl were I n-
Santa Fe's record Is 6-2, while Lake Butler Is 8-0, 'I Daniel reports that John Stephens strumental guiding GAS to a MOVES MERCHANDISE:
seaion'i IMPORTANTitem
The Tigers will send quarterback Jimmy Thomas, the first strt molt
a regular n g smashing 32.0 victory over Daytona
do-everything whiz, against the Rebs' standout fullback tickle, is a doubtful starter for Mainland. in your Fall wardrobe
Mac Crawford. tomorrow night's game due to Eckdahl completed seven o f MEN and BOY'S SIZES
Then there are also halfbacks Tommy Thorn. and Bob a leg Infection. 10 passes for 145 yards, with
I Lyons and fullback Harold Griner carrying the mail for THE NEW DEEP V LOOK
Lake Butler. 1--
Santa Fe appears to have a slightly better defense, an

chored by tackle Trigger Hodge, but Lake Butler looks superior ,.
In the offensive department.Lake +tl4 vv
Butler's express doesn't look like It'. anywhere ..
near being derailed Let's say Lake Butler 20, Santa Fe MURPHY'S : > ,

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Colts in Tight One

Wllllstnn goes to North Marion Friday night In an Important the I IISAIE I Ii : -
battle In the Suwannee Conference' Southern DivU Friday ,
sion. A win would give WI1II ton a chance of tying Cross ,
City for the title, while North Marlon could move Into the
runnerup spot with a victory. i ns B.nnt tan4n mar w
WIlliston takes a 1-1-1 record Into the game, comparedto
North Marion's 7-1 slate.
It should be an Interesting offensive duel between North ONE DAY ONLY FRI. 13th 7 "'
Marlon's powerful ground attack and Williston's pass-run
quarterback Doug Mitchell. I
halfbacks Danny Sandlin and Robert Stone and fullback I : ,
item Smith give the Colts a most formidable ground attack I
( Mitchell has hn the consistent backfield Handout for [ BARS CLOSE OUT
the Red Devils with his timely passing and running.But Ne. 620 B ft W FACIALTISSUES

,. It's what's up front that counts, according to Will BABY RUTH Women'sDRESSES
Islon Coach Sammy Miller. H. heaped praise on the Red MILKY WAY FILM sn
Devil line, headed by 190-pound tackle Danny Stevens, for 3 MUSKETEERS .

Us Miller offensive said blocking his barkfleld/ extremely stow, with no nAn SUGAR OH HENRY DADDY REG. 44c REG. lie

running the 100-yard dash In less than 11.2, but the line
has don: a tremendous job of opening the gaps. 13* 13'' $113
It should be nip and tuck all the way, but I'm stick 13-13'
ing with the Colts on their home field. How about North ip ip.ee'.wie
Marlon 21, Wlllislon 11. I

-PKY the ChoiceGreen

Cove Springs comes to town Friday night to .Invade DUSTERS
P. K. Yonge's surging Blue Wave In what may turn MelmacDINNER Alcohol
out to be a nip and tuck affair. NOTES SIZES 10 18
Green Cove Is experiencing an off year, but the Blue SET 38 44
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The defense has been exceptional, the offense Improvingand lOX
the end doesn't seem near
So I'm taking PKY 13, Green Cove 7.
SCANNING TIlE FIELDS Cross City 33, Mayo 0; Chief-
land 21, Jennings 13, Crystal River 21, Newberry I-, MENS
Trenton 19, Branford 13, Crescent City 20, Keystone SIZI MENSFLANNEL AN-LON
Heights 0; Melrose 20, Cedar Key 19, Hawthorne 21, Bron- SPORT
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Last week produced 10 right and three wrong and left HOSE .
the season mark 1.:85-24-4 fore .738 percentage I SHIRTS I

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Brown rambled 121 yards on Eastern Conference with only
II carries and scored once In five games to play Jim leads I Open 'Til 9 P.M.
the Browns' 34-24 victory over all the rushers as usual with 134
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Thursday, November 12, 1964 Galnasvillt Sun 1f

Asked ;

To StartTourney i Polly Riley Likes to Try

By MIKE COCHRAN 1 the Women West Texas In Thus her mother helped arrange "
Associated Press Writer i 1942," she said "just before my I a golf game. Hi
NEW YORK (AP) Ernie FORT WORTH. Tex (API) 18th birthday" Cautioned that "I readily decided this was
Terrell* manager called on the Let me put It this way," this revealed her age, 3D, she' the greatest thing since sliced
World Boxing Association today smiled Polly RIley curled a finger through her hair I' bread," she recalled. "You _

to get/ Its heavyweight elimina I 'I always wanted to ride a, and replied; :could just tee up a ball and" hit H it
thin tournament goingWeve jackals to the bottom of the i Id pretty hard to hide-the it as hard as you wanted. ,
1i Grand Canyon and so one day II gray tells It." : Her greatest moment came in There.
made no deals with IMS when she was selected to
I Since 13M, her tournament
anyone and Ernie Terrell la did."I'm represent the Unled States In .
glad now that I did, but appearances have been progressively
ready to fight anyone the WBA I Curtis Cup competition, which -
1 wouldn't ever want to do itagain" mar curtailed each 'V
designates for the 'vacant .' matches America top women
Nevertheless she has
heavyweight championship," year their British
The anecdote partially reflects I worked five or six into her against Pat
laid Julie Isaacson, manager of counterparts Says.
schedule annually. .
Miss Riley's attitude toward
ranked Wo 1 by She won that first match,
the WBA serious, competitive golf Played As Child ,'went on to play in five more
a sport In which she has participated Polly struck her first golf ball Cup contests and in 1962 was
Isaacson made the statement
actively for more than a< I child after moving here named non-playleg captain of
In heatedly replying to a charge two decades. with her family from Oklahoma."I .i the U.s. team Her team won by "Come in relax and helpme
Abe commissionerof
by Greene
She is of ,
recognized soon. the wis pretty much a tomboy the greatest margin ever-a
the WBA. Greene said the
finest amateur golfers ever to when we lived In Tulsa. and triumph she contends, which
boxing group's proposed elimination i and all friends
POLLY RILEY trudge: down a fairway in a mother didn't think that WM too provided satisfaction equaledby your
tournament was scuttled
has varied career skirt good.'* none other.
because the top-rated challeng (*' WlruMMM M Hit lull celebrate our new"
en were offered a deal to take la Aircraft Firm
on the winner of the Casslus Pleasant attractive and articulate -
Clay-Sonny Liston heavyweighttitle Sports Car Polly now devotes most, MR.-- BUSINESSMAN! '
fight at Boston Monday of her time to her Job with an j COCKTAIL HOUR
night aircraft firm. She holds the title I' Looking for r1 :
Purse Hiked of departmental assistant to the
The WBA stripped Clay of
president, a title which she lays

title the title recognition defense for against signing Liston for, DAYTONA BEACH, -- The Is meaningless I' Profit Increases? It1 Q C Ac
She is Involved in rela I' All Drinks
the man he dethroned last February fourth annual Daytona Continental public /Ac

The WBA Into neither .now open to sports lions activities! "hut we don't1 I Him .* ...* ....... A. kototuwM *,.'.. !.."..< 'H.( e Qt J
Clay nor Listen In its latent and prototype cars as well as have a public relations office as .,..,1. j.....***. patter fini ,.. kMttt ..v.r.|. wit.... ..,... Appetizers Too! *|U V
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Tesscll of Fhlladelphia to GTi. will carry 112150 In W .1."'*! N d l Ml ,h.1. Wfcy wee !" )>
rankings ..... .. ........ HIM ,..
tops the list. first place money when It Is She Joined the firm in 195 at "....r h h.... ../.lia..wat. i I.Met.. tk TM.. v II...tot...110"*.. M,1.'.l. w. ..... aa.wb. 5'30 to 7
International the height of a golfing career ... .. .. p.m. p.m.
run at Daytona .. .1 ..hc' IoM. .*le", | 4 tot t* III.t .
"Greene, charge are absolutely that ... .. ,.. .. .,.... .. ....
Speedway on Feb 28, 196.I \ produced victories In every ,.. .".,.......Call t. *" too w l f i T. t
not true," said tiaacson major amateur event except the .. ..11........
This Is an Increase over the USGA. I The OFFICE LOUNGE
The WBA after stripping Clayof I purse taken by Pedro RodrIguez ,A native of San Antonio, all KIRKPATRICK & EDMONSON
his crown, named Terrell, and Phil Hill, 1964 win
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former heavyweight king Floyd nen of the race. I 1318 lost Uee v. AVI.
resident of Fort Worth."I
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Patterson Cleveland Williamsof JI'N. Main Str.tt PK 172-84J8
of the and won my first tournament. -
Houston ant Doug Jones of I Eligibility sports
New York to fight it out in a prototype cars means that all I
tournament In determine a successor of the high performance machines
to Clay. Since then, of the United States and
Jones onetime top contender Europe will have a shot at the 'EK Auto Service enter
has lost to Billy Daniels and $33,750 in total posted awards a
George Chuvalo for the 2000 kilometer (1243 4NENLY I
miles) test of speed and endurance ,
Clay has said repeatedly that OeAlltt CHRRGE IT Take months to Pay I
after he beats Liston again he
The Continental, longest race otscus1
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Jones Victor I sanctioned by FIA > ACCUS.
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Harvey Jones of Tallahasseewon
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took the second semi final 12 hours to complete, is run CAR !
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Flynn. Daytona Beach; secondto straights and high banked
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third to Dick Joyce Casselberry with the twisting Infield roAd. ,
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Horseshoe Beach Yields Record Number of TroutHorseshoe I

Beach fishermen art reaping a trout bonanza rules and regulations are available from the office of all entitled "Action for Outdoor Recreation for America" art

reminiscent of the terrific catches of December, '82. At that sf amp '0 county judges. obtainable! for 25 cents each by writing to Citizens Committ
Horseshoe Cove and Shlred Island flats ; .
time were literally
Connecticut Avenue
Areas 1001 N
"' Commliilon Establishes New for the ORRRC Report, W ,
crowded with boats experiencing outstanding success. Some
Three new fish management areas, one new wildlife management Tie recent by the
D. C. 20031. passage Con.
boats were from as tar away as Suwannee and Steinhatchee. andFrank established at Washington,
area, and one wildlife sanctuary wert
Others came on trailers from Georgia and North florida ( 1fi the Water Fish Commission tress of the Land and Water Conservation Fund makes this
: meeting of the Game and Fresh
"must" In the tool kit of every
cities. booklet conservation
ld' a
In Tampa, November 8. The new fish management areas
E. C. Dunnavant Florida National Bank official, has recreation, and civic leader.
"Pop" \fi are George's Lake In Putnam County, Lake Moon in PaneCounty ..
been the Horseshoe fats for He he'snever
fishing years. sayi and Campbell Lake In Walton County; the new
seen a fall when there were so many fishermen at the .
'" ;.. 'llh I J wildlife management area It the Telogla Creek area In Liberty
town of Horseshoe.In and Gadsden Counties: the wildlife sanctuary Is a four
the '62 harvest, one man and wife said they were taking .
hundred acre recreation area in Brevard County.At
back 400 pounds of trout to Georgia, and that some other Our o. ",,., Ullnr the meeting the Commission established fishing rellUolations
Georgia boats "did better than they did. for Lake Lorna Doone In Orange County, a fish management
J As there are thousands of acres of beautiful flats so immediately area that was scheduled to open In May of 1963 I AVT'' 'rlhlGttNG tl.EQ IE', ibtkp4atoeN, ,

available to the Horseshoe launching ramp, many; but due to the rapid growth of fish the area will open In
more fishermen will soon learn of this trout paradise. November 1984. The will allow fishermen to takea BOWIE KNIFE
Perhaps the trout have heard about the new Dixie artificial Over 40,000 of the hunters will also obtain the special hunt regulations
channel plus
daily bag limit of six bass and ten
reef near Horseshoe and are crowding in to get "on the permits which allow hunting in 33 wildlife management areas DUTY I. ORIGINAL 1-INCH
and bush hooks will be
thirty-five panflsh. Trotlines pro HIAVr ILADC WITH STAG HORN $4
ground floor" Anyway, they are delighting many trout supervised by the Commission hibited. HANOLI. AND LIATHIR SHIATH. Rf ST.tS 9 9

fishing enthusiasts as evidenced by an amazing report telephoned Hunting licenses are available from the offices of the coun- The Commission also approved an exchange of property at ,

In by Mrs. H. A. Lawrence of LAWRENCE'S CAFE,, ty judges Special hunt permits are obtained from county the Wewahltchka Flab Hatchery. The old hatchery site will j I < IN. 10WI. KNIFI WITH HAUL HANOLI $2 ft ft
Horseshoe Beach. Judges or at hunt headquarters.Duck I AND LIATHIR SHIATH. .... $5.95 .
be used recreation and area under
as a public
stamps, needed In addition to hunting licenses for I II
the Wewahitchka Development
HORSESHOE BEACH taking ducks and geese, are purchased from any U. S. Post management by and GUN. CASH 52 IN. .... $1.20 79
other action the Commission discussed approved a
Speckled trout action has been dominant' Guide Johnny On- Office. proposal) for the 1983 Schlltx fishing derby and flab tagging *1.24H001IU
.. 5
teen with a party of six from Jasper, Florida, boated 212 Advice to Hunters program; approved i draft for a new Commlaalon em- 411. Res.l.

trout In one day; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Platt and Harold A. D. Aldrich, director, Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission ployees' handbook and law enforcement manual; establisheda PUP TINT MODEL ,

Major, Jacksonville, 190 trout: Guide Johnny Osteen with R. has Issued a list of "things to do and remember." policy concerning the operation of Commission aircraft; .tl. $9.1 t.G$6 21

B. Cantley, W. E. Warmack, Tip McLeod and Bill Coker, Atlanta In the Interest of safety, good sportsmanship, and slaying and reviewed and rescinded previous action to purchase SMALL DEPOSIT WILL, LAYAWAY FOR

Ga., 153 trout; Mr. and Mrs. Ike Hersey and Mr. out of trouble, hunters should: communication equipment.A CHRISTMAS

and Mrs George O'Quinn, Wiycrosi, Ga, 150 (rout: Messrs. Obtain a copy of and become familiar with the State and number of sportsmen representing hunters and archery I ORN'TIL9P.M.
Peacock, Morris, and' Bales, Lake City, 100 trout; Dr. L. G. Federal hunting rules and regulations. Interests appeared before the Commission regarding the WII< FRIDAYS

Landrum and Herbert Darby, Lake City, with Johnny Ostecni Always handle firearms In such a manner that you or other lift population within the Citrus and Ocala' Wildlife Management l-I

guide, M trout.I All the above were caught with live people are not endangered. Areas. I .

shrimp, obtainable at LAWRENCE'S CAFE and other Horseshoe Obtain the regular state hunting license from a county Judge
locations. Mr. J. Duke and Mr. D. Crews of Lake City, and the special hunt area permit In addition to your regular RcretrM Action .

caught 80 trout on artificial lures. Billy, Dad, and Lee Mc- hunting license before entering any of the wildlife management An up-to-date digest of The Report of the Outdoor OUIPOORSMAN SHOP. INC,

Duff, Lake City, had 77 trout -on lures and shrimp. Horace areas supervised by the Commission.Buy tion Resources Review Commission, with suggestions Recre"l 1221 I. Umvenlty Phone 17I169JN.it

Lowe, Horseshoe Beach,"and Hall Carmichael, Newnan, Georgia a duck stamp and write your name In Ink across face fectiv Citizens Adios to help Implement that Report, Deer te Color M..,...

landed 71 trout on live shrimp Frank Oosterhoudt, of stamp before hunting ducks or geese. available. Single (optes. of the. 3 -page,. 6 z 1-inch I
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Lake City, and Harry .Lawrence, Horseshoe, boated 30 troutIn Respect the property of others and always ask permission -
less than two hours using cut bait and casting lures. The before crossing fences or hunting on private lands.
above record accounts for 1205 trout, and many more were Plug your shotgun to three shell capc"ity magazine and SOLUNAR I JOHNSON & FARIS Your Lawn & Garden Headquarters

caught which were not reported. chamber combined.

Wacaiassa Never use full-jacketed or military-style cartridge of .22 'wur'VP'i &
Two ounces an hour or two ounces a foot? Sells Edwardsand calibre rim fire cartridges while hunting or taking deer or TABLES

his wife, Sally, spent 21 hours on their 21-foot cruiser to bear.

land 42 ounces of trout at the mouth of the Wscasassa Always check hunting area for Illegal bait and never shoot ,.,.. II P.rM
River. At $20 an hour or $300 each foot of boat, that Is birds over baited area. -. .e. MM ia. J.ea i Florida Grown

I pretty expensive fishing for the two trout they enticed Into Never hunt turkey with a dog and don't hunt '.or kill a rwr*_tare Knurr e> 11,10 SOUMIAIt,.. CMl T'aitS.M *.lntw j

the landing net! swimming deer. * Crystal River Never carry or use a gun with a light in the woods or bray mne MmM C vw wideN I
Captain Frank Hembree, owner of MISS CEDAR KEY, who on the water at night MM 11n kMt iwrt MN race ..,

operates out of Cedar Key from March IS to September IS, Never use artificial light, fire, net, trap, snare, poison, IHH toeMf.TIM f
River. Those who remember salt lick set ) M.... PH.w M MM M .....1 LS
Is In his winter quarters at Crystal guns, or live decoys to hunt or take game I Me lye. TiHiM eteM' It tile ttmviHHWII
for 1500 of animals or birdsRemember .., hair :
his summer overnight trips pounds grouper WHI I f r MI iMwr en. ( I l .
will be interested to learn that he also has a boat especially not to shoot doe or fawn deer, cub bear, panther I or. te* Mow IMwrt M lrwMfl nviur IM rye MMr, .'. PMM fI/ '1. Lar. mINMK"11"4'il'1*.'

I equipped for stone crab gathering! This Is his main marine snow goose, Ross goose, brant, swan, non-gam or _, Cset.r 1C.iC"

occupation during the winter, and from his Crystal River long birds, Key deer, Everglades: weasel!, alligator, mink. UM .....'" alw.N. _. .

home he can bring stone crabs to Gainesville when he visits Everglades kite hawk, owl, or tagle. Such animals art fully .M.. M.L "Md.CM.Mid. Mal w*

his daughters once or twice a week at the University of protected by law. :PrNw IMWdee It.a M/u.,M lose 1 Ie M hN.
Florida. Those who are Interested in quality stone crabs may Always look before you shoot. I_.. rte ha hJ "II I

write or call him at Crystal River. Aldrich said that there were many more detailed rules and :Monday fade UJ a",11,ar lIS a II t 5NTw.v ,.11 NELSON'S FLORIDA ROSES

Many Inquiries have been made concerning deep sea.fislIng ; regulations that all hunters must follow. Summaries of these NWa.bw : : ,::: : :: nauTownes ,, I I
One of the answers may be found by contacting<< Capt.J. -


III, docked at Crystal River. Captain Cason operates a twin

screw 33-foot Owen Sportfisherman each Saturday and Sui & Versatile Ski Barges from . . $795

day.radio His boat has He an furnishes electronic tackle fish finder for parties and a up two-way to III 'f' Fiberglass Hunter Boats from .. . $155 ROSE Container-grown bvthtt grafted en Fertuniana RootStock
telephone. DEEP
people and may be reached by calling<< Wildwood 748-2021. TIP-OFFS TO Aluminum Monark Boats from . .$85 I proven at the Florida Experimental Station ot

Lake Santa Ft AREAS OF LAKESA Fiberglass Jackson Canoes from . ..$174 BUS H &
Mrs. Bobby Shipman has telephoned the following catche mi CLW or r Aluminum Monark Canoes from . ..$217
} of speckled perch off! the brush piles in front of SHIPMAN'SFISH BANK ON ONe BID, TRELLIS
l CAMP at Earleton Beach. From Gainesville: John and OH A LAW* LUALL >
and Vera Mangan 31, T. J. DanIel eaolcAT.e Frank Philpott's Sport Center blooms
Leona Benton, 33, Alfred Sherouse and ... _'''. ,. SPECIAL Products more and bigger
Martin Taylor, 23; from Waldo: Leroy
34, lets than two hours; from Earleton N.... II S,'.-Ll.. W. 10 N.W. MfK An -
31 In
Carl'Holladay, !NIN
Beach: Jot and Louie Jacobs, II; from Jacksonville, Mr. and Pies aorta MAY LLIme "WHERt QUALITY SELLS ITSeXr URGE FOOT Mart Resistant to Nematodts, Crown ..

Mercer, 35; from Valdosta, Ceorllla: 'Mr. and ..Low. M-S<>MM ft *. Mrs-
half Swinford, Earle OM S N 6 ,..... Mo*. Him ,,,., FAN'Gall & other Rose
R. 0. Copeland In a day. Perry T pests. ;
Mrs. 11.m. !. 4 ,..... SItu...,. t 1
ton, caught ID bass in two days while John and George
Jacksonville, boated 8 bass to 4 pounds. Hem ef SU ..".. H.. '.. cad M.n.tk. Siam, TRELLIS
Morgan, FISH Select Your FavoriteVariety
MOM cimt .Da TO McCullock M *.r.. JtcktM cad! Mtnirk.
Lake Lochloota JUT .IVOM> MLLIN HOCK ...
C cad Murray T..II....
Now .
Mrs. Carl Johnson of CARL'S FISH CAMP telephoned i a Talus MAY .( A LIOG. ... .
weekend of fine speckled perch catches as follows: From LOW THAT PrrCMM Off INTODlirtn Redwood Stained CyprtstRtg. I' :
W".I"It.. SIT '''"'''1'14. .
Jacksonville, Glenn Mattes and Earl Mattes, 80, Mr. and Mrs. i* mo'* CLIFF. ON owoirraaiDIt 4.95 -

L. Taylor, 70, from Green Cove Springs, Mr and Mrs. G. B. The LAND. Will HMTLV This Week's Rig Specials rluS ONECLIMBING
Branson, 50 from Johson, James Wilson and Stella White, MOM TM LAKI1" (HALLOWI *.
S3, and Burma Watson, 22; from Hawthorne, B. S. Sumter, MX LOOK OWN CM A 1AKI l.f. AII-CoMtrtl .ttcry. ... Mr, AII-Ceatr./. littery, IraN .
70 in two days, Mrs. Robert Franklin 70 In two days, Frances! WOW A HILLTOP Or "AIKPLANI, cad Prof cad ..... ROSE
Gibbs, Dorothy Lewis, James West, 35 each, Earl Jasper, 30, Tea nipistr WATI/ CHOWS New 17.ft. COBIA Boot .w IT-rt. THUNOUIIRB BUSH FIELD GROWN BUSHES
UP tMMKM N COLO CII.,... hoe with T, Sew
Love Gibbs, 25; from Palatka. A. L. Walker, 33; and from IN New Tilt Trailer e.il CurtelwREG. *> Reg. 1.19
Omega, Georgia, Mr and Mrs. V. S. Barton, 84 In two days. WARM" COOL WtATWUr.LOCATION Plant *NIKTUMI IT- REG. $1795 $1f 6.14 VALUE .

Perch were up to 2 pounds In size. A HALLOW LAKSL ITt lWPOHTANT SPECIALCompUt 1995 SPECIALComplete IOTH FOR Seal Kraft Packaged
Frank Brennels of LOCHLOOSA SPRINGS FISHING CAMP TO own tttrnr purr. $2295
Ass written of come tine catches. From Valdosta, Georgia: Peace, .. Mirandy $119
W. F. Cnthron and son, 140 In two days: Clarence Phillips,, Jimmy/ Moore'sPHONE $'

Forrest Terry, and A. E Herrin, IDS in one day; from Jack. 5.00 Charlotte Armstrong
and two companions, 83; from I
onvllle: Mr Baumgardner tu.s. sal :t PU. lot ea.
F.JJ.iflg Tides EASY 964.5791 Other . .
Hawthorne: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Adklns. 98 In two days, Mr. Many

Reck and son, 52, Joe Hutchins and High Mains, 35: from CREDIT r Starker Fla.

Gainesville\ : Mr. and Mrs Fowler, 43; from Winter Haven: .m.Prow.LM-Mi4em.lnetmmntrwr Hle. M 7 4 a Ad. ace. :: 4
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Schwabe, 39; from Starke: Mr. Lovell, TERMS tr
.... I
nten f V II aN
1), two other couples a total of S7; from Ocala, one couple 135 em.. LM-- II a ...... .ne a a r'a. ORTHO ,

with 32. Frank Harben, Gainesville, experimenting with artificial _., Mie. .. N >.:M .mi ',.l 11 SWISS I
lures, caught It speckled perch In a few hours. m. LM tl 4 i. e m, tru .St ".... ROSE

Other boats averaged IS perch per boiL "WHOM Hya. tl. IIII ...m.it me GIANT
.. .... FOOD
Lake Newnai N. e.m LM et.I it < neim. a.so ;

Johnny McGllvray of McGILVRATS FISH CAMP reports .
catches of large speckled perch up to 3 pounds In site. TIMMW...... -LM HI.II.1
He says some of the regular fishermen are getting their anti FOO/ AND BIGGER vtsn
back normal and the fall w_. II I. ..... BLOOMS-
usual share of bass. Water Is to Nye Low \
...... .
II :a en < If emTDwMiy RECAPPINGGates
(lining should continue to be ..ood.Dunnellol Hi. it 11" i m, ... FEEDS ROOTS
Flaking Contest 1 14 ...... LM H I n _. tneim. es l FOLIAGE
Following are the names of the winners for the final week
.. of the Dunnellon Chamber of Commerce Flatting Contest. Smoltty S..UII I LI TiresGULF I Package49c

OPEN DIVISION: Bass-Mrs. Sue Bollng, Tampa Florida Pt.97'' Of

10 Ibs, IS os j Pan fish Mrs. E. W. Mathews, Dunnellon, Flat s oesrtLaA .
Florida, 1 Ib. Uli 01; Mud flab Ray Weaver, Atlanta; 1c1a J GAS BATTERIES

Georgia, 7 Ibs. I 01; Gar I'ish-MrL Martha Rockey, Dun and OILS
nellon Florida, 01. CemmercUl Discount T. LAWNS fr GARDENS seed Organic
Billy Fine St. Petersburg Florida. 2 Ibs. 2 os; Pan fish
Howard Bramblett Dunnellon Florida\ I ot. LADIES' Feeding e)rig th* cool weather r* pro:

DIVISION: Bass only-Mrs. Sue Bollng, Tampa, Florida\ ,
Gator Tire Service Inc. due mot ktcuty In the spring.
10 Ibs. 15 ox.Following. PLANT
art names
the annual Dunnellon Chamber of Commerce Fishing\ Content Jon N.E. Welds Id. FR 2-M97 APPLY MIIORGAN1TE

OPEN DIVISION: Bass-Mn.. Jeanne B. Pint, St. Petersburg r RYE GRASS

Florida, 12 lbs I III.; Pan fish-Mrs.. Mary B. Sasier. \ NOW .

Augusta, Georgia, 1 Ib. 12 ox; Mud fish-Alton Colley. Dun- ...... -*"..!:;.:.. VERY SPECIAL $49 Grows Quickly Will Gin yM
nellon, Florida, It Ibs. 1 os; Gar fUn-CapL George W. Higgins 50 LI. lAG
Dunnellon, Florida 22 UN. 8 os. CHILDREN'S DIVI- Be an jrwr watch MIMcElicain't Ht: a rich gr*.n lava all winter

SION: Ban William Blair Jr., Dunnellon, Florida, 8 Ibs. 14.FI. MITCHELL Filh."",.. Beet with TRAILER Caves 2000 $5. Ft. tang.FREE .
2 ot.; Pan fish-Daniel Mathuae, Dunnellon, Florida. 14 os. IS HP Electric Start,
LADIES' DIVISION: Bass only-Mrs. Jeanne B. Fine, St IIIlor Motor Ges.ret.e.Alter095
Petersburg, Florida 12 Ibs. I ot.
Mrs. fine won a J1* Bourse-power outboard motor for the

largest bass of the entire content I 500 LeadsKaren CUSTOMER PARKING ON OUR LOTI!
General Hunting Staaaa Open
Hunters being urged to avoid the last-minute rush by Fishing Boat
McElwsm bit 1I1'1.1St $200
obtaining hunting licenses and permits well In advance of Reg. $257THIS
300 In the Streit'pBicycle
opening day of the resident game animal hunting season. I -Shop Junior loop at WEEK ONLY Johnson & Farris
Season opens November 14 In the First, Second Fourth and !
Palm Lanes. Her 177 matchedthat
Filth Conservation Districts, .and la the Third District No of Bract Welsh lor ngh FRANK'S MARINE

vember 21.According. ,ire*. Dale Henderly had a ... 224 N.W. 8th Awe Phone 372-0476
to A. D. Alrich, director Cam and Fresh Water' MERCURY OUTBOARD SALES 6 SERVICE
Fish Commission, over 170,008 Florida hunters art expected Falling Pint rolled a 2:14
Id acquire: either resident or non-rtsldrnl incenses from the wa and had a 741 high 8er-j 1031 S. Main St. m '.'7119 I USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE

87 county Judges this year, David Mead mad the M ,

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ABBY: My only brother died In California I few out to be. good mother to my children and she has been j w (DOUR Rt31 OC RDHG: TO1T tE HE. r tls WttfCtARKTHATMUWJtRO eFORTHO5E
HE MU5r 'I LAW OF ANC'ENT EG''p n. or e *
yean ago and was cremated When I visited his widow this s wonderful wife to mt. All the children are married and t:
THIS eve
lummer. I asked to be taken to the place wheri my have children of their own, so they could call us "Grandpaand ffiZ i LAIN SMOItrDWN 11JR01JG DOINCA! DO NO WRONO N A MUMMY INNOCEMTZT] .
brother'i ashes were kept She opened UM door eta closet Grandma. Or they could refer to Mary ss their step. 151t7N t] LJFtCh LCS CASK SO JlT**_ IIt
which was crowded with Junk,old luggage and boxes Jammed mother, or even "Mrs. So and So." What procedure shouldI ; ; OGARANDIML11tDEttD I r OPEN AND Vi
in every which way. FIn.Uy.h. unearthed a shoe box use to get my children to refer to my wife in a more = SHUT!! :

and ..Id. "Hen It it." I was speechless. I didn't even open respectful mannerT < r
the box, but banded It back to her. I was shocked that GRANDPA'

my beloved brother'i ashes were kept in such t place. I DEAR GRANDPAS Wily ant call year children togetherand ,
:cut my visit abort, but It'. been on my mind ever sine ask that they refer to year wit k a manner mm ,..
and 1 don't know what to do about it My alateMn-law foes pleasing to yoe? I vote for "Grandma" for the children and :

to church regularly and says grace before meals. Pleas* put see sotting wrong with "Mary" the' rest of the time.
my mind at ease with some advice Am I overly sentimental e .

? DEAR ABBY: That Tampa funeral director who said ',.o .
,P .
BEWILDERED> the one who cries the loudest at a funeral Is usually the .M Y .w.y t .

DEAR BEWILDERED: N.. Apart from year alster-is-law's one who did the least for the deceased: during nil lifetime rl'I
'appalling lack .f respect for her hatband's It......, ..... doesn't know what he's talking about My husband was klllec FE'S SEE-SHE I AUNT UNKSNUFFYS JUGHAID"ITOLDAN'A
thing else Is cockeyed kere. Each state hat Ma ewe law In an automobile accident in July, and I don't know who cried AN'WHAT DID HAD ON VALLER GOT A YOU A iIUNNERT SHEAF DRESS K
'governing cremation and the disposition .. ashes. Lad uder louder, his mother or me, but everybody at the funeral will 1-e SAIRY WEAR'TO STILTED SHOES LowE Yfn RIFLE BALL TIMES NOrTO THATHUNGIN 'I'III'It

the California Health aid Safely Code the ashes are sot ten you It was close. He was the pride and joy of his Iioor4en TH'WEDDIN: WIFA TO MATCH POCKETBOOK HIS---LAIC CHIME N With ON HER LIKEAN'

given out They ...* either placed ii aa m aid kept ti mother's heart, and there was nothing in this world I wouldn't EWINEY i' d.j,

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buried tat the earth (like a casket) with.a marked rave. funeral, but my sister-in-law told m. later that I had worn
'Ask yoor iater-inlaw! hw com. year brother's aides art my heavy winter coat (in July)! And I couln't tell you
In a shoo box In her closet who rode where in the funeral procession. All I can remember

,* seeing was that hears ahead of me. Gee, that :: ,
DEAR ABBY: My .econd.wlf. and I have been marriedfor Tampa man's letter burned mt JZ
,1) yearl., My first wile died. I had eight childrei by up.WIDOW FROM NEW MEXICO 1.1:

,my first wife and one by my second. When my children en .e IsaW

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Dear Heloise: Looks wonderful, and It'. from running into your tic *'prevents the lotion from coming 4 Anereis... r'

Hert's another way to nave: sure taiy to keep clean. I when giving yourself s hems( down Into your eyes and
the of Marjorie,perm'/Mllt. mouth. Leave till shield In place
Remove top cover your I i ic 1
shower drain and place s very Get a child's shampoo shield during the timing of the permanent

thin layer of coarse, steel wool I(a plastic drcle with an eland and also during the neu

NOT a soap-filled pad) under,Dear Htloise: ched hole to the center), pull H tralising. As soon as the curls e- iAw1 :
the drain and replace the cover.I I When waxing floors, always down around your neck BEFORE are unwound, tt can be removed i

The steel wool must be thin or wax the feet of my chain and you start rolling up your without any difficulty.
the water won't flew through. the runners of the rockers to hair. I have found that this system
drain doesnt they won't mar my floor when! When you are ready to reapply -Chas. made It almost a pleasure
When the emP1ty (I' moved abouti the hubs to the curls, pull!,to gtv myself a permanent r
should take off they are
as fast as it this shield around the hairline without help at a1LAmsUa
up any
i Reader [
the cover and replace the steel:I I making sure sU the curls I( ekarak = so NON cN4 AJ'na ,
wool with a new piece. .
art behind It and thai your' Norv, tbM1AaRAfeap! ****** Mi.f
:r fVsA I5f ] I IVOU
will find that the steel(
You ears art In front ef it 'vwf vsl.le f \ Mal OR11F.0WITi
wool JOB removed Is fill of I'Dear Heloise discovered: another use i Bold a wet washcloth! (cold'Deer Hetolse: .y

hair, and this caused the water I'for Just your nylon net! water is best) to your nose tol| I us* my team ripper for 04aa Ae.O htslpuaDt ore a :
to drain out slowly.You eliminate the odor, and proceed.cutting plastic bootie naafi. ,
at windy of
live a part
night say yourself a We to soak the curl with your free I The' point will cut circles, or i
the other
plumbing MO If you use this i the suit, and bag finally day say.hand. ,whatever you with very .....".
old clothespin gave
method. The wide brn en the shield J'IorwM.Mn r
out Using tilt old bag as a paV -
UrnIcutan.wooeeutfa!I .H: '
double thickness of nylon set Tax Break For TeacherCHICAGO

binding H with bias tape. .r 7 OF
Dear Hetoiae:
If do own sewing. I It tuned out'real aka, and CAl') School i personal travel win be deductible r.
and make you belts your for your dresses should last for some time .because teachers sojourning on sabbatical at ordinary and MCflllrybaaIaetI _
Material about two the whipping wind blows leer are entoykig I new expenses to the extent -
cut your than the belt right lhrogh It Instead *f beat- break cider a new federal to- that the travel to directly related veie: pWrT t5LL'Yam e N.S pow? wwncsl ss am )oiM t oaf si.evraw
inches longer hag the bag smnd.UU come' tax nd1It,. : to normal teaching duties Mr S shiver $esQ Owe ccnw ear cocc ws setae vo twos: 7 ease s wuol ran a eam Me RANT em see cae-r
backing. OWv Ben V seer Ataner serve w, wove es wm" zee arm fcorMMr eve veil sew w/emu
ffi / [ see
When yo* attach tilt k the clothespins dry out The new riling replace an says Commerce Oaring House. t weer a4 ty n..N tae h Pp w i' use' we v, laatMy *K*UV MAvS )dOUkMT ID TALL wAt11
hacked sectloa of th* belt \\101 beautifully toe lid one which held hiBM ftat 4 _w tae TWansav1 Kssti e .ice HIM UM .V. 100 P.rkTtve neneny
Deaaa JnaBey travel and study ripen Incurred Behind Times iVj
buckle It will not be quite
the o I by teachers on sabbatical ::: 11. >r/ *

90 rumbrnalM.. J. Dudley This b a .....,... idea II leave was a* deductible If the FT PAL7, "1M. (AP) '-Gee.
Mr.* W.. M u* a gwd pile ef talipr.b.lye :travel and study were net ftjBlrtd Karl larvasg's staff reports =:; Ii0 : fSvm

eh******* wield ( by the school I ta trW tonutofahi that someone from till tI1Id efJtepnbUcan

err Men to ttt *r the teacher's postttoa: Cv. George ... .<\
Dear Helots:
began towtar pta.* art Teachers had to travel with I.... telephoned Die
When the paint neMir.iwau
baby thighchav the approval of their Board efXdacatton Capitol Monday and
some sad report an travel:ahead for Co*. Elmer .. AnBrotvaag. -
tr y. I bougM I
sdheslve4kcie4 plastic piper J expertonees hi srder to noalay r> ..
to maid ooeef anyeistr Dear Heloise for tax deductions.Th I s Democrat, .. /

tops tad cut Ih* paper to ft : I have dSjovtrtd sail! new ruling says expense *eded AAdenm, a Krpufaticsii.
tilt tray surface. wry to prrrem wsvtog .t' of s teacher for nemttonsl and a Marti BO. .

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fl Hum Imerwtmlhirt _pmnnnnH by tnpf I ctmldtrtttan' a vn tnI ....
Electric Motors :_ 0005 110.11." 10107, ..-..... l I I
>4 5.41.I I TV Mrvttt .
< SPICIAl 1.04 .NYN "3411. ..... 1111..
15 .,.11."Kt 4 PurhllWAWANTAD NOTICIS ..... Jaol'.m//1b" Pl..
Store Equipment SUGAR "N(1tl COLORIG-=-. ,30 t. si:

COMB" IA C". mil i'* mi won ..'., 54550!. "'u" "N 150ANIY ..
Farm Machinery LARGEST of J.WI >"I,AI ...... NW tlrt 'M ..... only tl I...
.iy*. Peers P" 11114, CMm0011.'S..JM w u.iy. AVI
RATES -" C'LA''\I--II'V'C'----W'O.-
Infant's Clothing LOSS WHSHT'. uSiy"im now .4t It 10 40. high. MhOAl. ..0415Marrl.4
PH. I7I.H1I Dt. A-Of., Tablets .. It.0/l01 541107 $021I0 /
On'y' M rM1 0 ConIVO 001,1. 5001. Pteoa IUII' hr
Sewing -Machines .....
torCIEts.Fird I Sal y S.".... Ckiltl. Ctrt -....ISM/N" _

Office Equipment fi'mr1l1 c liii'1 etrt U my pin AllOt 5171 M otv.r.0., muds N lAvtt 10.44115 I
O"lyDIADLINIS 49t NW 4ttl AVA I _.. .... 371.4151 Mum O.5 wa"unvs.apiso.LE .
tntu loa'M Khtol.. Call 10'. I
Movie Equipment lya15 PP tHIoTtWllgmtnl ,.. '
MARKETPLACE I ptlr IKM witti Itln, tMHIy. I.. "
WOULD ll>Vlllrtt thllArtlirio Ct7tlAT 3115010 III .._.. 011 NN
Outboard Motors M tllAI ATlvtlt SeM0.I ..- .4 4 1 5 0 I
trot It
,'''.. Htm ft*. ...... _____ aOl 40 .0130.0. 0.1151515 r..
.. ...
Sports Equipment .. KIOO'E' R't-CHIlO 0100 5 to Ins .7p A. 304 .
j< ..m. On Mail puMhcom CARL
Div. *..k tr MonthIA lANAGI.'N'15-litMtdAM
Furniture > NW llh' Avt JH w> 5.0151 ''nlAwowo1. "''' 1000. tsP
Nursery 'or ads M M 'U 11x5 N050'u ._ ..... a.llcuctt' _., II II 51 III
II 01 1.00. la.P5 ,. I TINY. / viictl cantfttMM ads ptwt '
TO "nlivO McMraund. I r
Vacuum Cleaners : .45'11 N III "MM. ,t1. tln. prefer mtrr'Ml.. ..l0osa.
I I.. SM.I441107540. i PLAY SCHOOLVI. 4.111 Ml' 11II....... 12:101: NW IIM3113TION
N 1 110.51A *. Anf Vf Kir ytiiriM A... I
Fishing Equipment "
1r M 't 0011 MORa IMI0.14H1MM
i MNf. 51/1,15114 .511130 L''
Building Materials II I IIMALI HILP/ WANTIDtotklnt ruin Ctmnwy Mi nliMlihMPtrt .
FAMILY RATES Hmt routt AAMI It ttifitt.tMf .
:. W.II'IIO Nora.. loco Ie< 000.0.7. ..11. lor ...._ "'.. ,
Washing Machines .......... SM line M r'vtlt htm. tvh-t mtrwv. Colt MrTttfmiw .

I510r115u. ... 510.. _Cult I '" il'li11TINOOPAPHIP :\110,_ tntr I tm,

Heating Equipment llMtrlitmnultittyiiiA. At Or.IS $ tAWtlTiftTly Nola.tt.rt. -, P.PT fiMt'wArk' TlKAM 4 Um
.._ .. 00 UltJt .... NO .. .-.
WOSK, 00111PN
I at..N 143 IMNtat' l 1
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Musical Instruments FOR '- I4... Avt. 714/w5 _
abMp M IMV "hi wnVKMlM will **
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( itttl lulls .
a .
WAn Htm rtnl IrtA with r
I Ply. latter was Mr Hue INS. mitdll' A9tf Itirv 11 rnmPAniAMMA. I _..6150.r' ../tall. .1410
Camping Equipment .._ 5 twmotf Of .MMTtMlll.I Altchut, A)"IAH 1.0'' : ; : :::: ,

Pat. ,-TIMI, -...;.....-clf : IlAICUttltr 'MM r 11ery N .4b uNN. loft ... I
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's 1110 M 0003 SNUrdu.aula.l4I1. :,.A I
tarttttmo =.. w/0., OrM.n I -
JINATOa4l" WOlK. 0M.; N I5
M I IN1.1..41041' lytt M'' llAHnt. : I
Playthings 311. '10010540 :. p1.' 515.M11N0. I Hvt l.vk 15'1.0015.5 NMM4) 4"
) rttrtfictt tntf Man to At
.5.-. NN"
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12 point M.u 4.11. C4_44o1/15 I.. "[3115001.05 M.N .Y0405.Mt.
Electrical ._ 11I' \
AppliancesDogs NEW lore N I I0. a1a1aryy0. 1005150 005 Oft '.......aN LINES
"_' toO .11175 1501 304 I. Security Guard
Cats Parakeets ..014.7 O c S,0.
311 14140 =. ::.., 04.N : I tl MA U *UA) MvA AW IrtMA.At I 10
18 Point s50305. lOr M 41Nu.OCN M load PhyMctl __ 304
......_ 1333115 :It W 4 WIM I ht ttoAMIt. C*.. .. I ........
I'ltmt M 4 HA truttry IVtt NI wM .N 5.0310.c. a __ ... 5 DAYS TAi. special geed .w
05 3Nm50 1
,. 10005101.1500 r I
Wads N ,M 5,' 11 15 '
: Nothing rill fell fnslcr I": FURNITURE
24 Point .4100005110 14* l POI $2.00 I {
N 5 011"' 0.10MM $5s oat .05 UPHOLSTERY eb.r. Ne/e ea4 i,
.. .
511 511 --..
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: than thc AND SOM.wA11RESSWANTEO 150l J724I4XGAINISVIltl
f. 51.5
I Ienloerciel ..d.'I .
HOWAa JOMNWN1 |Jfitory .
36 PT.M M wntA mo NW IM !11WLTSIIA U MOIJTI., I ,

541115 N IM N 4 111. X r
111/14/ 00* pod ,.,sry : I Prtt tlUmtm .PHI AP I i veftis.f. ny. Each beet
GAINESVILLE SUN ,o N P ......., P0. I = .II NI ,/MN 405 I
II, Oa .0010

11. 4144.100'. 5101 5011 lit 1 a E.. ..M .d p.ei.I E.7ry
-- 5101
505,1.4. 145005 ads 15 1
WANT ADS USED lit .515 1.aq vN.abMrv.AMoMS OFFICE SPACE :

; It Yrtr M5MIS. a ;, '. bid Ile .Ifar.d. watch ter
.. ,
105M r 315 OIN
M .. INS 5.00 u.wL5o1s. '

1Ie M ProFtsn'onol Office !Speee Available on '
1It 0..r 1. 1001.5 54010 151 It.. W.SI Ad Sp4ciel
w ..+. as
r 10. July 1, 1965. New building being daNE -

"' CALL Into ..51.N4r SN N..1NM signed now for 222 First Street for Ptl 5. 373.1411. ,
....... 0a I000lISOON ..55e
CARS .531010..1 ad ie... end office loyo ut possibilities. See
.55050 M'.I.MIt'.N 50 e5r 511E IN .E w

378-1411 I N-1507515 N 501 SS p10Ny 14.-1Wa- Roy Punris of 200 NE First Street. I Ir

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ACROSS 14.Salauam.. AlA c. I A L. t1 AS.kftowiofl M I A. iol. *""frlt. o ...... Pur 05101' ...,....,_ OOLloepend M um iwmol rammlKMn.'. Tho amp Parade lot MHamw MAll trim Homo l p M Oponmo, piT IM.. I'..'.,...Onxwr.. HIM ri ..,torml m, .._ill.
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of pulfp.... "A c .. I I44M4I.OblOV. 4 1 IY' OWN!*. .'.l.. YOU. LL ewe IT IVI.Y C.oue.lanl Seas. 110105' c. I < IS. Mint. cir eiTMrt, .11
: D 9 I I'll 5 SATeS. MSI II. CMtrM HMt, I IS, t Mill CCI lIMP,"" Saul,ic I IMn. sue NW. Mm Tir. MM down ItWM
I : Dodo Lot 'IN 111". Now mixMli 115,775 onWATII .. CerelIn. No_ .
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SPaming :; nowiy oonroto. 0l' 01. Hot boater with PtA NearIv.
7. Teed. A L 0 G ". m-
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11 lIeml. ,111 llil rt 97 It 0 &It I PW' ,......... 'H" 111104iI I wo* Coil in-Ill tart NW 1 1wJiiiii cnurclm ltd nra UMWtofWnlwoad GLADYS SMITH, RraltItN ,,, cmint' mil, CHI, Sal SaIl ,..
bird 31.X. lilt* .Avo. riemems Was Is LInMOssI ._ \!!. UnMtnlty..Ay.luY .. _
c. M ML A I L 1<"' ''. City MB Mrvk M
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,. 3&-. Aviv M I T. I A T 1'1' Eo V t A ,, Nac55 11111 II.k.. nehlO'ier Walt Pin, UM town said |7tMr lOtir'125, IM Vtmtlu MM. FRONT rodurod, no commlHion !I NTM'' 1 rTRULV
menace 1.01. 55. Wt, or wlit mill lot Its PVC tleaocv5' and I*. I MUM mtcMn Muirwo.PHA .. LOVIO
14 Plimln eLIOC. APB fliWl. D tTl'I T_.. WIltS' IMbbt, 11..11.1 ..... Phmi pp. |<< j| par ... II ..' ..._. NIL and s"......S wltk Mm Ok, _C.".I yllw Or 01 tk.,.".. tr VA IIM NI lore tv At M.,... Oirotni I ?HOME m bISON
S8. I ULUI4.t lana. II NW Milt It. Plwno Pal .. lllnh ldeerls lrO lid-lent ol Cimoul 4 .
13. Pouoitti. M"N 'rl FEAIIIIIS. 3A9 I "" 011'" IK, t MMdor.
lIn. s;. Dlirfrl SOLUTION OP TISTHOAT PU2ZII: to MOM In Mnntii. Iprnnrofc 1 SIlOS CCI. _.. alt. rantlHon ..!.1I3 __ __ I I*. I" MIlO. ..,..... tar OoO, mr "ount ,
adJ<< IIM) town all ... .., .... COZY NOUSI flty lOll Priced .. .
: S9.4i.. mo nt. llroploci ont 1 room "WIll' In kltcnm, CIMnMl HfM Drlvo ,, PN-
: 1(1 Fr.niilM: 40. Dolr..rei 51. Cru.trei! 3. Siperflt-Is I Call. OHIO coind OH.1110IV I wort ....... IMOII'* illuitrd ,in LASSITERREALTY I A P"50'v'. bits.a ''.' 111111 1111011, 15. lIve .lon AC. Himtn StEO '* t Mil.. 111' ..It

dbhd NW Mellon 1 Hock trvn J. I I Ml ro14"t If tilt Yer WOODROW 5FAY
17.Typt .,.'fb"" minute 4.opoeiaspilt. OWNIPJ MTV omlwt.bi. | Plnlly KWMl It MJI NW ,, Sad ba.dossa. Si s-Wed. TM "MUM" SsIdsrI
52. RubIcund SIsal,. MrMI ...... Irom Welds J'I "" !"IOUN
: \nh.ic4J. mmtS3 Jr 14111. May M M tv PI. Call iro-vio lor OPPI "" : I ,.. S Do' N. W CI italltIpusI OWNI-' ;' t.m.. ; MildIACP.IPICI
19 FmlolDCuffix Formerly Fvnt: poet. !1. Oh'n>"e HOI or Ire. tornlly ::: .. I Ik I. I SolnIvIo5' 114Th. 05IONPOST > I*. ,..,.... b 4 ....,_ Medals I.
*. RoW' 14 X If K 14 X M-. baths w'Hi AnolNor oroutUul MInkS .''.,... I. I Mr condition
49. Culdoicrond DOWN holly t,,........ 4 I*. 1 Mint unrtor comtnictlon .In "Mlmborlv' OLIN IPIINOI .AHA Lines room mill 1 dIGit lanNO and r SHAOOWIAWNISTATIS
21.AnlllollD. rule 1. Armpit J. """ "d I kin.' .. > otroonod porck, own. I I...,.. AM too ..,..... 4 kotfroom I San liom. M ,.... I Ir I Mlk Homo on I tot ISIS: )??. .t ...........pivfint MM NI Ink IH.u.l'n
23.An.U "30 tj blnhW 2. "r bit "'_w. TV .,,_.. WW Muck, to Mil kom. by ttwoi'rmvo OflXSIOf _III. WI .PM 0".. ,.., IMI N *. IsIs ... .H. Corn, or pnono ..1 t. 0 OLIVCROPrimwa
H'J.rd :
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.. 11I'_ ..... S .N 115511515mlvi ..yjl "*."'*. oulhlor in SMI. pla.e. s.OItaIl d'1' 10551 4 .- IntlvMuU, Hyiu Per YeaS

I' J 14. I' t. ,. 10 11: (RocnUirtM ouiuntn Mon to tonko M .tn.....kMtor..'.... Prlc.Mutt Ion ki I C"'A-' ';colllnt r"l rt ponoiod Mrn Ir7ooonboim ;...: ,Plwe' Insot. 005,510. = w. ilaus'' a ,......bor II IsIs 5510.4 3 pall..... ,I...bo... .mInIS. otMv. .....tmikii... bllitIlt. "" Will ........ 'Hvint' .t*..

non '"..... Por wot to I IIMro. I I hvs&tarollvnonn.lP. Mrooioro I > G MINIMUM.'iT* ol .W,... COM. ....", MM .A.c .'..... 1 Ouiiny rMiiriii. 4 work
II '. I : braS Wlntor, 410IS7I .11- tr.' _... 'n kock pal MINd" POOL Ctl P.KrMtU4tHWM VK OT, MO rM. tilt II ink numn'tt
I lowonll1 Sri P M., III 00 t turo.yIUV < ku,II"In kne...... J74-MO If oMVMM win .*f. 9ut "". N.. uMARY Tir Sod ...,.-. PI tIMI.N ) A tommunlty mi wnHd bo
P04 PlYaIOln5' sqcIleI d III5131i prowl M tIpS' to.Orlv
'f I" ,t Be off1a NOW AND WOII OUT THE I Dears alAs alooioq. ....... I Will 0* .. W. *P4As.

= Roof edge DOWN PAYMINO PIPNWOOO MANOP.In T..., P11150 0117 510 ed loomis ... Inck Hom i .. nun Ills AIM. Itrlnt' IntOrlHUin .
2* tilJ Now kom.1 on IIealt" sanded toll !I 5,111511 I bath 5050W IIY''.' 'vi.d'O'Oq In anpelnttsmori' ON Y. CaR ItstSti MOELLER IM ,ION..
if'. 'F a.:1 : now AIdS _.lrvcI_. tOrso ..... Halic-Is, SOGI A '..... InStipK.n P* tOMt 51510 Ml .
V'l''-: //' > Ordlnanil and tour bodroam, asia and two kllcriin. c.,...,'. uinlty m, .. REALTOR fMtil
16. Cape botni InciMint krkk InnlIM La.aria's II. aim vnulMl ..._ *11 KPO*( you SUP e. IUHDVIII ,I'
in :7 if 7 ", If .. : I. .*.ealuu.d 511am. ..rdon. I...".... .-11_ Low IWI It 10 yourllH .. lot IIIIrou M.ifKloItl
JS ChwteJ9 Wsl&t.SdtislS., I ",: '. ....> till lInt IlilIlti OOtrMHII. "Mill III klltlVon
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0 ..,.... cm' ntsu __SlaG or FP. MillJWK MODELS
tolly wI7HD4I : ; : LItlI'NSl :: milnt pmrr mi PleA horn I'M
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0 17.: Roll, ..HiII YI I late 05.. ill FIWIIV-morn USeNet*1111PIneslans. II "'... 500pm. Soost1101.it wC.t>t.l' iK.IJ.n In. Now Open !

S.lve.i I team i ION MroolCPIN
sf IJ' Poled wllO ..." aAtO, .11.. d"" ,
ip.rt 372-8404 psi, "'.'ONDITION'HG.JU'f jrn>4l ir iiotmKeillf .
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.' .4' fl iT 4 47 ., NW.TO' I "Pin 115mpH: wlIlOaiIllle.a............. -a.lolet.sooi 5511'. ,IV.5t noimo cm 3'o-isn fO..II, CON- iiiTio. El'

4J Il..rrt .. ....... 11,5515... dAnHIs p.' cpZ'e'IYIa1Fdii ln Il'
- SN I 5.111 CS Ihiene I MM DOWN k IM MI mourn .kvIP.
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at f iMttidIt.yHlully
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EXCEPTIONAL VALUE Inf fMfurfM Iwcll M HrpttfCnlrM .. IP IT' .UI. lOuTS CALL C onto oidi4. ''ot.I H li4'Mni Sad TwtLino. .

T irM 55 I kiln Horn. M Ocosts I "h4 tt. r* .'J Mriwr Mtor N W. I4tk U 114000. ill NW. I7lkII. All Ch, iM..",......
lIne ., inaiOPiSsmtnOddLar.e e.. ..,_. C..__ 378-1521 .*. Belle l 44 Imill
$JOO rfiwt, )l..4t ., .
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-WrkWintid Female J2 M. .I. Homii For Sel.I 14 w.,.,,,..., PrtportyAl ...... Now '..... ond mlrlianaterlnolad.d .OH I Al itllISSeltal'SelitsPW.n Stlt.Twt. .
I III 53.10111 bed. as I VIICUIllOUl fcodrooml sod ,laty.cItIes. .1| I IS III Ha.,;' AooatdIaldluIPteASwola'I CkWot Ion IHHW It 1050amlaser
A "H"a. non... "'oo"'bI.' IU..U HOME lit.OM low lowe vmint 01 v nt rwm, ..llnf MM. 'In kitkirrjwoo. tocotM .M "uMM SanS
Mmn would Ilki day's work irratulir WYATTTrailer nwiin If luwOlinM p.,IvorLore MM PMA Wim Myuntl M171M lainhln paasli. 51.amIoI 10405 lrOl I lOll ,bal.siSoe irtnli.. til I Ilk S..... X N W Mm ItrMl .

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WHIT woman II tl"hiuMwortiind n.m III salt A hash nulit tlshnA' LanA
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Mlt" cin tor thres mull cmiflrm Sales "_", ,,,', psradia, Wynn.. GOOD INVESTMENT HOUIII ......... wltk' NEW
T......'. ..... PR s-iSle LM .. I IAsh. ktmt bal wiuM kt fi.4ln
il lint two layS wt kII .. A Mrnir prMrV 0lu l 1 m Flit low WALTER STUBBSInc.
.IS .... Hr 1714110 Parnnluee-_ OiL .... ,.. AVI. with lit ft .....,... tnt ltlih.I44JL44O'S.I..t.,: MODELS $9,000 to $30,000 .ltmint prlporty In.l. :

WHIT' seriAl semrlsousd mac- ....... ..,,,,,N.nn.i- OVU 05 arIes ot .sal 0,551, ..._ MO n. 'M twin Call r* II '"""'a ......'.1. .........,.. .l. ...

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nil'.', ...... L Sea ac-A, LhI. Ce,'.', Plnst MoO" SnIpe isamws mItts res and anna 55,. II Iwo es tlhiklt. .
..... ,... ,. D..I 10-4
One, P's :tat 2J13) Drain hInna till .. MI .. 011 ASSOCIATES ,
Ito Slime SerH'a.; ..... lonto ... '. town J. Pr* Our J'_ lut''rw rlll I J.W Vllli,. Grim No Monty Down I JACK Dl TOTIISNW Phont 176-5394
17WorkWintit-M.lt PKonl 4JII1M .I.weiny C.WINIFRED. CaL J. W 0..,. M. t WIllIS" 1..1..04 .,....

that. Pa ___ H. CRAWFORD 1 MUll''''. lltlnt, I KIRKPATRICK I COI..01 Sod ._...... on your lot UlkltrMl1TL2SII "Wi "... hou..I"
ll.mi inck ont .
CO"O..ID IDY iWTwPs7aails. lot tr.kir omcul'in.' in OWN?* MOV I NO 7i.;u'ltu4 *mi baa"... I tuck.
Wall. disOm it I 12' WIDES LASS PSOPiSTliSAdS.. answer C."... p wllrt ltd 91 N. Mil, II ._. .. ..004 I Paeniy Mdnonu- I..UMii.All
cook Call 374.l4l7_ AOI I mllM .... ot WolrrrM D.nlin, walnut flnlin' Ihrw.gh. AMOCIATIliPUrl Minlkly '. ...."11
2 BR under OK .,." out lulu In kit 11m. Km I Mlitioiin, Iron Suor.llcalm c ty CMvonioncM onl oonr '
II SckMb ft lnolr.cll $4,000USE Poe"SAIl-: Came 00- : woof foorl, ..... P, K, VmtiM .A. W PJOKO U"4L bet trio.IlKititglly. 01 little 01 '
hitS 10 II vi
OUR .5 0'.... halo rear Cans unl'.. M I an I ( IIJCIrklono1__ ln OrlKIn tasd'aalal., .. .
MEN 18TO"55" RENTAL PURCHASE C..... PnIa lIla. -Q ALI'TY'-- 0..smeIetsIp......... ..S.... torOK $56.00 COMP'R"THESE !

WE WILL TRAIN YOU PLAN p0,0. eN aer. FORDYCEFEATURES 5.111 N' Ills 44.5 IsSI31154s.a S irises I ni.r ..... ro.d, 'I I ISAVE
I Limit Imirwlliti down No.111011 ...11.. 110101 .- ,
1 B .MMriifii. it renal N.av V COST piymontTOTAL IS Hmm tot S.I. Of* 0,.<1"" tlntot) run! Tan ,.. Immollolo Mluoonif
Ilp.v.wt.Salld.a' ... rod ". liroo btdrooml. PWIII..4 f... HOME VALUES
Ie.... ,_. OP CONTRACT Will If Lisa 'I I To..mono irt.ro*
c litre
iPSO wk. Draillrie.... Iralwin, I I',,. fliuntlm ...11.... I S IN, I SaPOL PI. rsna.. tsmnned lie room C..."., HM Air" Contlllonint THE JAMES CO.
uoMil ...,_ ... .. 5.00111.1 trtundl BUY
too,. A ... ... NOT ....... 1 SEE "eon. I. 1111.101GLADYS
sea p.r. no. COtS NI lOIN SI. I rOOlt1lf tOI Wil.i It1Phint .
Must stole
otudv S niL ewe DAD AND BRAD
........ To"" ,. ......bl.. Worl,* Lull SINCVATP.AH.IK SMITH. R.alto OPEN AMIlle"! ROlillzi I71.1JJT ... J

wide ehoo.ioiei.STATE' I SAlES FREDI ml w. UniloaclIryPESPICO I l.....".. lyoo homt tponlin .In.Minn ;:. l....,.|. 171-4441 TM. IPIIImIn. Ire Inca
& VA APPROVED On It ,tII, I lOll. I. I. ol coal LASIOS MitY lrtnltocliir.1'y onlonn 4or : I. ..t _,
5.14 ....... sddrsss. .... pOoee .'Y'_ H.'.... I Oil WALL lo OIIV" I bill MM M n. allIs, kuin.In 1 luiMin tl Ss.IIIrooilIes Ill .11 II riaMi
NATIONAL SCHOOL I Open IvawInnis, and uaedayl.. I II LISa' tab .5)0, III ....,...... solo. fltnwiiMr. ........1. 1'1' KHll.k.rry H._ 15110510., ss ..... lor
O' MCCOY tqUIPMINT P03 I" baA 10501 I. 5115I5PuirlliPSt plans. .... condition. Como _. lor otciiMiicy kMfltnaoNw.
t.-.t.W !
SoS ", i"it. i. TiMllferiil ARNOLD Inatad. rio'. toil" let,. t-l PM tundiy, Noy
) Criorwolor, PI.
-I tro,.Mr, raised. c.".... Tarvta N. W. 53td CI. ,. It 'lace S Wid" ;. Mum lilt NW Risk A...
H'OH' lClOOe.Siils.tIrs.l.oel.iAppslas. UN. Mully' ont ,... MOT ,*,. 1 I o" S.*. IHn It N Males Ga,'j I 4 00 |.. MWi. none 20.5' P1 1.
...... onIIM
pan mo Plwu 21" REALTORFLORIDA StaId ... .tNran 5dr O/WII. -. -
OCKOM, P. O lo. tIdal, jMkMnvino seal allan I !' PMBUTTS'. ins bo' 1.101' _.. .ortmlnt ... INDIVIDUALITY I SIll Mr mo .. INN ... ont lIS.IbstOsmet., Snip
''. mio 1 room. PI'lolxo." U10N I Cod tuMlly .'. IM koynotolIkll SI 501. Par vieW.
I To,,,.. N W. Ufd ClNnv 4 kr I Mill homo Hohiwolnul ', 4110 .'U..W.. INk
Real Estate EmCoupuP 'I oonlllnt. krlrk throslare. DrIMI.
r tn.. nw .otlll uiu r evt.Itrucllon plCty ot tWnol ooc. loot Mont Ill NW lOok S,.
AniND Phil Miami lrw>. I MOBILE HOMES INC ._,.... } __. I kom Horn.wood T',.. twdromn. two It "" ...... floor pun CMV I bo.... |M .n,, Illp.m 11* I O.IM mean. SlIP

mi NX mi u cm mint | NW 13th 5,. or 6th 5*. ml Salt ..,. 0.5404 .... 0114. \ SatIn. in ON N. w. !Jr t Cl 'ltdy. .1113.11. Contemporary mt por -...
"_.. corHrM wit Mn- CMASMAol 4111 4117 NW.. IttkOf
MENGET 441 N at City Limit. ShIed. ........ room. Itro.iK. Mi iMutlM Aero L.'.. N. W. HrQuality < 000h.anla.oLa, Yrnult" ta-a Iltis 3
MANS s.. ui tot boil buy In Gom,. i llylnt"" n. A Pt,. -.. In I Iprntg. CI. Cereal, nit Slat lop 0* iLK -
A JOB villt, Ash far du- I I ......... Prlc.' IJ'JOI win, "Wllllomikurt Ilmpplaol.mo.llnnparssdnalianall 0 Colonial III I bare, MM *!., MOW
our special
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O'IUT'NO, 0 .. I PiNeOl O. HO"'I MO"IL. CO" "'..
OrOQllnoi. fllckhMI l('...'.. Count prIces. Wt cannot end I f PHONE 172-3522 I ont won ly. .M eci4- pill IMO M fl. broulltul IKKtnr Norwood
h,. ID* witn. Wi mill train | will not bt undonold connd- For .__ .. ...., ..'" .. Call ForlVco I'ollM.FORDYCE _n I R.I.-
t rhli ModernYOUR
Mulwront' '. Plo VA OM I 5,4.new. .
on our ,
you .,, D COTIOuSSP. IH.... '
"; quality w''h115 51100514 Coc-s IY ADt.se5IPPOINIwoSt
.... Ippriv. Writ M .
23 Yrl So"",. Ixp ritncl I and ,''or". nam 'M Moutitul I 40541AT I ONLY Hope"H"
I IHIAVV tally ,_....... lot PrIced If'I 117 I. UMV. A..
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a siaeas wlin 510 dnnnlp.ynianrt I'M Horn ...
Mil CLOSED SUNDAYI SIll U].M MTM seanli Se 11.111th. I IIY PIMANOI M.tl lomlty. t*. t ln&vVt
.. I '
.. PI IT4 WI I IMI PHA bayS, MUM ,
OPAL PIVAFI CONlu4tAPiTS YO lInen room, lomltoroim
," womon II to M tn 5alvili I II O bat na III Car lat I Hal' Idmarde, '0. h. ellitnsadI. Did ._. "naoaa oweS 14 Models porkm dlfiM. Mom,
CIVIL SERVICE NeallIp In MIlhi 5501.5. Aprea.ArIsleIp r SPIC AND SPAMcoiwnt N.stltuoaat 0..011'' I SatIS 0.eltnl H...... Ssetoa lIaIse, otrionot ooron, 55. Tradt Hivn",
milniHni Per InrvmotlviKM Sa mills Is 001.511 11am Ionnn.oAhai. I aadtasal in sa. ,, II C Oat thadlyn i.lahdeh OlICMn, WIlls tow% MM.
I Nornwort Mcollwi. I4Wdown A'I 111,5 ItselS ... : : or Poperty
caviL oddrMl It PIMM No LlS.O0.WmVti.ati, YM Old U." lid-PlC pldNep sssdIIleiie4 -
km Trilnlnt, ..,..... Ill W resiN.I t. tuiiliiod. PHA ouyor ..tMt I Call ..aslit aalIIS ,ictoi Frim $13,400 I. $11.200 "ballS.M alselars.p.manaansal
monin IncMIn' loin .._. I
Mr T.rtaai .
-Adams St. JockionvllloTMOFITMANO 1 psaauw.. "' .,...... NhtIuns.l. Wind I ont Miwronco. Itinio. ,llldr.an. S ......". ......... EARLY AMERICAN I Np InS ip.IpS5n.sA All OUR. HOWlS .i.
CNauiHCIltMl sit A PItS M'_. ... "--"' .,...... ltd I PAYMENTS $7fll4 54 MouderMl AsAthols.
ltHlOIlIe. ...c 1.-- 5ripam Iy L" you T9 IN
CI.II ieohoa .111 h.nai.dad.
050 $umshi's Coolness .u.,_ BUSINESS PROPERTY ,.. Macmv Oredsal _.... oan.ao.ry Yell WILIr
S led A ... MedalSIOOCASHVA I just CALL,
..; ,I i"Only, AoL I'I II you ate kitonnot In H. Wtoni I I II iamlhV 'Sam Mull IiSian "' I ..4....... '.IIt.'.. K.. .. 4-isor SERVICE HAS BuiLT llnol. WI Its orftrlnt' 5115, sills ........, Sap 'II'j
OUR BUSINESS" that COWIOl .. OUTMIIOA DOliiil $ ldoluil' 'haiOdE.lad elPIrleOpalIpS ,Sf tin If. om iiinr
27 .... F.rilllior I .viiiibl. on rwHrtit. i '"0"" alP 1and1111105I5W .. '. ,. .Mi or PI t noolM
I ..... ...... 'H' C'" -. edHIGHLAND \){ ,
CO'SUL Ismud&Oapaeaflaliaas BAIRD MOBILE ;I $750 CASH FHA. I .'... 15,111541 555,505lollIlbit. ::11

III' bile Sec I17M Mr ton. ARNOLDREALTY laI.en.an, St ma..i 1115)1 musty 1 Messite .f Kern. 1.114..
w. Ill, HH, ...,..... CHI M MrAMI HOMES dleIdSOe.Wa j. COURT MANOR

Baa Hphloutsd Crest...te..1.."_,,,,_all -to 1''''.', II 05.1, I COMANY I, ... aIm ..,_ tn WailItlitSill ,I r I ::0....... 01' .."...... tl Colnt .iHt

..,..'ho'.'. ".. Mu'U.'. LI." .. II WLaiIWtN4 I rOW nMIIICA HOMIIy r I : II
P1,1.11 dOS I2Gtft.. WI I all 5IKPATIICK I PIllION
If to w "0' Avwwo If ,
26 Parve taipusall I -M SOnS OPACIAVAILASLI I MM CoUwollP HUGH >j < t >-
", lIeee.el Sal Salami' >jKtip- *- :40) .e- PHONE 1731471F311'
'I-N POIITTriclor ond loulPmnt ,...'". ......... Mnnw PlrkCONNOLLY P. w. Hodoo Good moclunlril condlllon' N : i ..., I'z' 171.7079 5.1.. 014111 HI 3m. Sled eel
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pan Hn. Call. 153.1.15, SeaQpre Cihacol C Ms'. I i I |7IO-OOWN;-I-I*;-CCI komo oykhMll INC. i

si' 5.05 pM, PP.nn. IccIankiNd twit ala,,. laId it' ".. IMT NW 39TH DR. I : Sooner or lotcryou'll
Mncot ..,...... IJ1INI
U Un.IIc" Sepplias'R1'IITIPTCttaL I lom .A.O jrnoai.: 176.7971 I : McCOY'S
I 051515.5. 4IOMCIat. llJaSeW5aiNI7lSl; -,;;;;; M .

; N.. 11111 iv.P.Mflit ... ,.. $275 DOWN
oWWHHl ,. UN dame ont III want Butler
...'. led saddle' 5)75 I J yr MACOMA a
......, $eSt ")01. .... in- por mo POsed M 14 _T

SaIL WlllliMn Ptt __ I 1.1,55.55 .iaaisO't awane *'550am GIimIHaq5.mait. ..4 ......
I WANT TO RENT PASTURE adA Hon. I4IM tnc til otk ,.,.. ONLY n't town bIPI3IIf Bros. home.
Mil *n or morNiwkorry Whynot
lor TV mo. all lumes.: I MO CLOIINA OITIII I
bass-mm mIMI. Mann I
... ... 50141t1_. tsar P paa -... THE 'JEFFERSON"TKt
'II CALVII." band Scud. 'slIW I. .- 0'''' dat ...... S mIlan, SnilOalOalaando.anULIIPN. kotnwrn Mncrot.kin "Mers '= I L'e'9LAKESHOREI ,
.... ane yoor Ht I eon
I Cordon. Plo DeIty, Penile* ,'. ',,,, ,I I Mmnomo Ooinoiv,".. An ..ciOf ......11 ...y 0510.1114 "I., TOWERS riqw !
I _CHI Alinn__ .' (wotlnt m4 sIr : III SO* SWAtla ,. "admit. ..
U LOTS HI SALI .. 0soil,H N. i'aomoo _
WANT TO KNOW MOW M OroMfIM ", _SIa.I_ Seal wmor McIM 4 -,-. | (MM M-I ''''''
r nirr koto OK "'wkot finn ram Howo'01 Si_ klauS nomo M NI ao ." "_NLr Preen mIpS Saslua tIle mall NOW LEASING
now WOODED LOT .... t 1 dl INhal. d sit, St.. IIaaaIdtY.
anvil tn ont Ml M npum wim | MO DOWN
.aedstr.NISSmIPSCPCIsa.stSlPeO lor 1 IKY llloNuinl It IM lAISf PAMILV h.4 IM homk 4kldiMml SIluI-aa. ltd las 'V'Is.
yo. MH" 41 par dM down ... mo. lr .mIY >. I Mini, fofluly roonltKvmt OuPlM-f kilrum loirtnun'iwtrn bIsOn 11I.Ir P.1 015', .5 an ALL CITY SERVICES
Pork MMirPWX --M'i: ; Nc -- : e....,_ pnenlmsO,. S'ediaOA 55 o mwimryLitwt 5a500 01 5ttt _.. fill. .'. vita. me.nSo. .
0 A''...... _' .... lorMOtlnt room, Moullfully. UnttcifIKCILIINT 55 sit Ire 111.101 I IL mIss dsl1an.s. l oar
II prUrttaM .. Caaes iie ..dSW
od OWl
110 NW im Min Y. pws
Sand aislesIN I*. Jw I ...... ... ... FERN WOOD MANOR
in'i 411 ntiorm '__ M0> "' via. .
fZTi: MIM !I IMMM nortMort iK.lkAMm. En.,LU. tiM-.J- :, Ia.Ca I .... .. .... ...-, ri
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b iuppLin OleCaAL nil soc S peeusee 05005 LISWL can' larva I Nitell deW' tuam a Ia
Ml MOHM40 In CMMIIty I I StAid t. nil w'M Mw down 1 me.arnd ha pa"s ..'" wesas saseram lIMO'S sews 0'
Fell cm. Tim tm .. .. w sod < ..- and Sensallals macpa.1' nwpMl or4 not) "II.. ,_". .... .. 12,250 UP
thm.el'Oisim'5 m.d all I .. < Ml. hAIl
co- ly OM
4 KITTINL .... Mama elf i'dpimu red 150,5151 -'"1 I5TNe"asO.tsaltPns
pricud lean 53,10 55 is101 CaoS.a |II.-. asalt.
Than Cat a's aoahlailL CaM "Sal. ILACK AC Oil TrMltlvH t ... I Ianeo Iin
po."11. .. IS alt_ Pow is Naali $400 DOWN! FHA
...s- P44530. _. .. -
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...6ilOl....... 5lsalaed.lIP. 1-----: arm ITowrw 01 ......... -. New.r.dwo ..- 10'- -AIMl NOTHING DOWN VA

-' tea-p., Ml",_-".... A..meaSM III I Mr ante*. Pneo..I...l.irmmnt..pnorlY. Ml. I<*04 lot.oVco i.e.man- '. '"...;.';, :=-c.tJb5lh I MERRILLRealtor ... 54 011405144 1710 MYl P1 .., -"". II ;li1{ $100 CI..,., C.il

B08 WHITE QUAIL' MARVMOELLE*. REALTOR II.PlleurvI I -- Susan, .oItt.i'- $7Pl Ie
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Drouo. ...H. ILlS ...* Hit w Untvimty Awx I' too.HOK =.0HaIr1 041.SCM WUlTtPlI LIIIINQPeONI TKtRANCHO Cha"" .., ROM /J MR MONTH

Lhro, prlco. _.... k PI MOI torVNIVItllTY p. s-ne. GRANDE .orAUrtt ttAIURU INClUft."
me and iamilr.vme MMrmn ion in SW5lolAl. A5i.ClaISS5555r501
,... ,0..._ Pi5aVdi .a. ... I L'ITII/, .A05mPp 1 Piti I B I Same. salt, C S..._.. p... I..,...... Bile.I WALK TO SCHOOLS
= = :: -alep Naandisd ...._ tmm' Seas. nmm -
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TfJAINi* Mr* If" Na'ws ml' I.nCarAtddpie anI. bs. ....... I ml' Aiat. |4 .. "...4. C C...... ploitf
and wnno. ... Yii" ... y*. elan iSnlO WI isuM.em. 4 an sa A I'0 CC: I tn. -* clam ...... IC's c..1 A* c.... I L..i4P, PeetIdhare I
5 iuiaepleans. I : !' II tittk F
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1134 PMn. P. 0-IMI. W an w- 1- om I 05.15 PetIt-al 51550n5 ll1. SltrtttPtMOt Uiktrt .li. New ltlth"t.
110 miam and Sit Cwk.f. Ras > Ckto ,,4
PhIl di erenc :
led ml arrSSat ACtll. San wool. Mr nM AM. MW. M OwrodlIM :I 4M NW IP* PI Panb.a A.... : 14,1.5.4 $.da.&be 1 frfai, 'I un. $425 DIVA '

II Mtkolt MtoMt Per Sale -- 555. 01 rootrlclot Kltinnoll ol Mr.kHI. NW- MM for ooti-titan.NI "p5.ANNIIwO. $UILD'Lit t.1 Ie.'., _
(aIM C ...c.v 3>1'- Povot urooH Ini.l .... IX.lit. I ,.. I bids ..,;,.. 4)1COLONJAL .... I IPl.mu.d I TO I
.-", J __ .,....." ...... -- as.wow OMIM. C lop ,
ea, ada 10ed...-. SI -RAILROAD- MM, IWO NO CITY IMII. IM. | ...: =. ..=:: ,I M InS yOU .*. ill PHONE 376.4456 DlRICTIONSi Orl.. Wcit eo 16 K A,.. Tees
are an laellerb 555u1. 3341501Ni ow _. .. __ .'. 4It Mntrtxlincj your I ,
aaslee.'i'e. SIDING LOT M. ; : base ... t ; I I I Oedi C5ISIAI 010511lQeIhGansldseV FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT l.Tt is iOtA H. ir }9tk.T'r'ic .

wr* :: p4)051 1155 Ic-f I

HOMES INC. .rowoMM.11I----*"*. .J'" sen. AtM I De, .. t.729O SALES OFFICE OPEN f TIL 5 DAILY Butler. Brothers

on.. 5 moi maW M _.oOI0W MY I Ip. Nit en4 P5 .-. PARRlSHAltOCIATIlHir P4.soFR 5015 I ii ?'' I W. lied IT U L NWT. 441
s-tsno ,
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NOIUHWESTnAIUI "'N.. lavawe Can
'IIK'"L 'IC."ot. II .. ", .,_ ard I. eisdil'4 -, Lloltad F btI r Bros.
PO .. 5114057 ,,'.to.
vm ._ loot IAt ?0' c...: ...., Paa'a I 5 .405ed,1 CSr.lanSan 5. .. tase.s and 0054 5 1.

POMI lint *..- N. Aaaamdl?$ ___ I I Cr0 It- IaS 114501e1ci.A1.IEIla. _'2 01.l55psmfll531 .

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$1 0At'O. alt POuNO? I40AD VI Of .L44piISOetn 4 Jo..uaaones.auNi iii. RIrTII PI j To _""' II'r"

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$ ClH" out the Clout & Utility Rooms How-Pick up extra cash r."OII to person ads are for non commercial users .elling "sevchandise priced

1 0 4 LINES 3 It $100 or I... with the lllIi"g price ..tat.d11/ the ad No additional costs for ads that requir, the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

n YS bring quicker octiOll.

DIAl. 378.1411 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

|J HOUOM tOP SailYOU 42 rwrmg. O .(..... I 47 Ho.... Is, Rust Fur*. 56 ...1.... OppoftunHIa 66 Mug. Ff Sal. 71 Muilcal MdrclimdPhono .. 15 Autwmobilat for Sal. IS Aulomob.lai far Sits

IYOWNcR J .... a b4tti hooioi W54W ACRES 'I' FOREST 3 51, 2 bath5. 0Ton raM "..011O .. more OU'-LIN"I UP1IOLOTIRY PIANOS LOut '00 moth caiIW 5714 CHEVROLETitItpola SO lit 1 I HAMULtn ..m......., US.;
THE TIMEIS I 001100.. 507 0015 ...... 257 cantral aIr com. 4 taling CO II coin.,, .lot ma ohow you goo i Chair, *, low M M. No moneyPrao O.WIN 'rown for .Iroc 4 .10 .. Coup., 40t ex. In. 300. HPr 4 on 1H4 Nl fth SI. Apt, C -
.._ f. "U Lotatad NW af Oataaav!*. P>lon part, built-in kltchon. Almoii Incoma proaany that may baprovod ..... 10011. Sow N p., ssoftIt ,....(., prlcII 1251. III Sloop. ....,." ... lIke now It PI fll .M2. bstwo.j 4 a p
__ ad pma aa 131 sane la III I w ll 0 me 3740114 ta pay good IntoroM an a I ... ..: pickup and dp.: PR 4-Uli. Writ P, I IPol 0. .. .uanOSttosl. Whll. MacU .Its' ; .
ASKED tank ilk, annual pa mant at I... minion dollar, writ* f. IM a40- livery aarvlc. All work guarentoad. 755 Oalnaovlllaalono 10,10,. boil. fll 1.11311 "
NOW. 174 lor I mara yaara.I 055 ..'. 41 H.....* for Hint Unfurl. A .. O.ln., .... Phono 17e.7704.Trada 41 IUICK CONVERTIILI P|.
FOR IT In FrIlly 4,0050 PnIo.$141 > WILL' Ir...... rewomlbl.. party 1113 IUICK Riviera' fully" equipped .....II..' condltlan Mu,' lac.
ed ., only ,., Par a.. lt o6B WEIoHlioRH'ScB. clou 1 !to VERY .SUCCESSFUL IINCLAIR LIT" TOADS>> choke of four iplnet or coniola Including rectory AC, Like new, '11..... Call m.out attar I:X i p.
.. laaie aoma. tlnandel F,. ost 1.1 .bulv W410EIO *. Pick up pavmento ol wurSpinet only 4 IN mllel 13,500 11 lOtS M. .
$65 MO. caUntversity ._1.. 11M. I both ecu wills5.4n5071. help avellobl*. C'" FR *. OPTICS 'IlUlIltS 551.05.ooeArnnS lltior Pl.no 1 trade back ...11.01.. J7M74I ..... only I
Do You Have. Realty trncad yard In Nl 000. lit?. a 010115712150 lOSS tno. WuIIt,., Orgm with ........ 1tS4 CHEVROLET 111 Ion Wagon
2 & 3 BEDROOMS 'l01I, a'l-3l1O. yourarwKafnav. Sin' 500114,1,0. OilS eound 4 _IoIto.Icto... Bay overload ....Ino., trailer hitch,
A Room Ills N. 001.11 55. Ph. IP1-4IS1 its NI Ills ".-I 55 11OovS.S$5th .I VrWaa to liry ,. month we hove a plane ta fit CHEAP Fold MUST SILL loom good bill, m I, R, 1. an.
w. M 1405115. IIHIW boncad yard, $121 Ins on "--, HANDYMAN JMOP M 4-Ott any ....... IARL'1 PIANO CO. tow ANGLIA Iwollont In vary vi mile I south at Wild city llnv
Oaragoi I Corportl ........ II. on 301 HWY.
701 W. Unly A... 37M03I Hrolar good wftlla.walll.
"..,.rod walll RANCH 600 Acre dm5. 10. ANTED usti FFicE SAFE ""I" W.NT TO buy la's modal .aod Flrtt WO. Mlka, FR *
Apartment or Pormlca coblnoti c.1I17a-1l 2, CALL FR 6-8269 -...,...... e.Ion."y 51511WILSON'S0EXCHANGE L si"Ou, tIll model Iplnet i ptera ': ..... SI IMPALA lops' 10511. I II,
lull!.In kltchoni II mli.s OainSlOIin-00014 Pablo's.p5d 1 1. 1 4 IK homoo for ,svI, u... .. Choice of llniih Blonde .rdIO'", 2Ia 'OW..lldI. 50015,
House to Rent? Torraiia tloorl H.... 00 $5iidings" $141all .,,,nl.Md at 1100 up.PORDYCI COINS WANTED Walnut or Mohsgsoy.LiIli.WI" 0114 'UICK SKYLARK 5 DR.. wW
loin vonltlao *0,5 li ASSOCIATES INC. All U... aId foreign Oliver, III S I. lot Strait Phone PR 044)'. Muilc Itor. SIIIrI C...... I'd. OIue aId 0115.SD. call JTO .3055.
5251313GLADY3 111. .. "rot lInda AT WW IlnIS. ... S I H.
SIALTOS dollen, proof
All city utmtloo aet and IMS
SMITH RIOIIor'II' -"WN NOW"Sal. .... boIls aldatto.stn. 1954 CHEVY. vary dependa.bl. .

REMEMBER- IMowolk W. Uniuonlity.... .. 124 W. Un" 371-13t half doll.*. end 4slnI ....... 55CII. Still with 1.51077 Iua,10toa .75 ?.. $125. CoIl 376-8681.
REBEL HammondOrgans
ON MAONISIA IPPilNttt ROHawthorne. STAMP 4 COIN SHOP ,. 131.. .0515l .,2.., _awnor on. 37M57I
$11,250-$12,550 20 Beautiful Acres 1 ID HOMI to reWomlM. 00* W. Unrvenny Ava.Wa Ioo7yWinO I. dl..n'od.
-A renrai vacancy party Mont 401'lilt WILLIAMS IIIIV'C'' CENTbUSswthon. 1701 CUTLASS COSVIR1'IILI inosynavln ni
Aik afoul our "Daubla VaurMonay 10 MI. ..., at city. About I wm Nw.-ii: TiJ U. Arou'Buy Uoad'1'..Pumlturelr Rd. m.Jt37 It,.. psoor. buck"
BOo HouMPor
,COSTS YOU MORE lack D.Iot.- woodland. Nenwoy' lavaral'irontaga paean Only traat 17000 700ft IN.rat. dining rm. family rm.OOP-patio Odds 'It !!noIoH"DSOCK T-V .......... n ilngla. olacK.doubla 51 "THE STANDARDOR H.,. with _101..11 extra! COMPLITIAUTOMOIILI
and Ilka new 11000 lower 'on I
CIvIl lo IMP emler, Schools IROTHIII'm olack, HIM 05111 .lOll $15.
than the 'od .that $100 CASH VA for aulclt toll Act Kitchen. _'" lit NW tIlt Av*. __ 11I11 0' 4421571. Ailtua Jim 415 NW ttti Ava. COMPARISON" Hit price. lovght from end tarv- I RIPAIRIDuality
now ked By I 4 O Motort. Cell >7V
PROM in.tat, TIlt ana and only Hommond. Org.. I SOul Con
Rool f dataC.
Anglo ,4 H........., CofMfi SINGER Moro Hammond Organj loll _lola, I slot pmcoi
will rent itlHere's I $395 CASH FHA O.J.5...Anglo Angla' Auoelota.'s417.' JHFURN I III ".m. haul, KM I than all makal .....01...... Tanlv -- I ANYWHIP.ISOUTHERN
NW ISIH Avo. *villibl DK Ind -'' AUTO ZIG ZAG that raouiraituning
argon navar
.<04 N 'II. 13th. it. rn VKK I Rt>RIGER ATORi I
tat .pen mo Phone 171 IWl 4 nk i iDM Tha Hammond Organ
HUGH "" Mil. Kill I. .ltor .:. .M ,In .....IITOViS. 11_....... li Silo "01...... at Churchai, BARKLEY
.what your 41 Caloraa1( ProparryMOVI ""' '',. good Call 374-H50, P...7MREFOSSCSSIO rI ...h lent nice. No attachment needed. lehoell ........, and 1$. ..,_ ,..
Penan with credit lass
EDWARDS .. ...... In good alonolb Plo IM_. for 5$. pglnnar It.
) NW 'I'n au. ....
; Ia"fbod up pay ot W m*. er pay .
LOIS furnltura .... Writ ._, MOTORS"IN
Vacancy "Wool ...... KM down end 171 Lsw
stuN choir, I once af 174. write Jimmy Creepy
INC. I ash $110105111 In 10.505 0.50 Slop tiblaicocktail .
rifItI" phd. Csii .or ..... or will rant. tar M omo. '.01.. I ,*. lompi.ploca 7 .... Del. Oilneavllla. luhaia. Ernie Tartler, Rep.
YOU EVERY DAY 2909 NE 5th St. dlnatta oat, bob drnaormonti .

376-797?_ IN sa. IleuH In NW ..olIot. lint. ...... 55501055 b.d mat... REPOSSESSED 2I. Zag Sewing Aton Music Co.Automotivt THI NAME

until it is rented: Now CCS t bxlroom ana path..nomo a. loll IllS IIn'. not,1n5 _, end .$55 snings Tale U. ,.,. M.. I.... 0..,..' moSs, bu' 110 lW. I A... ....... 074.1410GIinnstli 2201 N. Moln St.

II last lot.,. W...... Low down ,.y"",, '. L..... lsouit.ldiP' NW 7th A... sIll .ryl I"I.of McOanlal 01010 monthly Purnlturo far C.aw. tonnelel, oawl an buttonl ... .. nb. FR 2-4371
IJ blind hunt. ate I payment el
ad H.. ISM TarrMcCoy Oolnoovllla Contar.
I IF RENT YOUR LOSS PAR WANTED IS H 101 ..... lulidartnignio UNFURNISHED > bedroom houMon ".51. O.or""Nd. IIII Li.1mlna -
Is 171-7315 Lass Santa Fa, ...,,_ MUIT SILL Wanting' machlnaMi Mscltino C. 510110 37.
without nauaa
win or l7HOH lahomo couch' lila t end .,6, GAINESVILLEAUTO X
II mile of Galneivllle call' 374H7 "a.SONS u
: IS: PER DAY IS: souls IAI, eS tobloi, II aachi caHaa M!..
or wrne 51T NW Wit A.'. poe Phon. 4752891.
1 I bod'...... II 14th It. 1n. not night tobla. Hi I cana MUST GO SALES
u. Chains, 13 aach. 37 -H3 14 AUTOMOBILE RIFAIR,
&.. 4shl lows ,."" ..t. .011 SENT a loinS
s4pii' ma. .. 11.a par day 40 luoiMoi Praartia monthly maymonlo til ta MlAn. 'Son.. dining room, HiIciISn' ISchOo. PAIR 'lo. labia LAMPS. Ill SET 1007 N. Mats 55.

.. lots .f ctoMf iPfK> 0.. solid I and Pkona FR 2-6311 MILLER-
lentIl built yotrrW mopla tablao 4 cof-
$S5pirne. .. I1.t par day sievcI UTlON fOil ....L.. with < 0. 1551 po",, "' P15. 11..1_ Inqulr. .! 224 too tobloi t modem m.ho5alnyI000IissnOl'1A5L50372'40l7" 5Compldtd WI=r.Rrz''OCOWIn Northcantrol Florida @
.ou_ aar end win, A... IIndapandant
_a .... our motor tuna- p daptHAWIiPOWf
U| fur ma. sill par day P5S Cad 5110 7 IN 5P.M.' b.dn000t two bath. I. ..... Rooms Rl MOTOR co. .orgill "" ......
f' ._ Th.o CLEAN UHd ,.,,'..ro.... faoila 10iO I. Unlv. moacul
hoiSts. 11'11 1..1On. .11. p I?. PURNITURI I APPLIANCE 204 I, 04011 05. I DtolorJEEPS
:' ma. .. H Mma. par dayspur 41-1 COLORED alia otovao frooiar 4 wailvrt. 375.2100MILLIC fR 1.3511

Slid day NOW
49 R.emi PM RantDuothorm 00 TO SUMS RESPONSIILPAMILV I IONS 5511. paIntIng'
I IN do'
edna mosOsnIm Innar.MKlng
cu-Ssaoy fIr s rollaway n.good I
ITT par ma. .. MBma. par daypar aucu.. plan aaartmanto larga big and ...,,_.. 131. Smolldrowor WHO IS WILLING TO P' .'ody lock .15,4 InKk.
1AVI MV CREDIT 4 ASSUM pallttad All 5075 ... ,..-. ISIS
0000 4 ,,-m dining araatun 1.01015 415015501 win. 131 pIt "''" como' cKaot, H .
SE '.
I7t ,., MMma.w. day A... II "' ._,.... caN larga 1101100 5be515." 55275 basIs. drum fedBeoutyreet 1004 NW Hit Tar.ILIC. PAYMENTS GROUP.In .ON THII IIAUTPUL Mawttiorna

Mop*. S70-S30I. M floor. tile both*, apac. hart malt,.. Class In ....., nil full top notionwg tha ...... I. I 15 Autowobilaa
? MMma. day ar and not wall bests. '...IHotF.ltEl .bail part el city Ml Nl ltd 05.POIVATU living room a for S.I : Stockof
NIp. par TWO CORNERS and carrwr', Sill Small Is. 'a ... ..,.-.... oultai I It iota 1 '
ttal for INTRANCE. Bath re- hi.t.r ..I.nd-I.nk..bl. .... chair, I and tobloi' wit mr-Rrl/IIDIRT' 62 Willyspickup
matching KVMOUTH<
:: ten
Nipper: .. MMma. par daypar BUSINESS lOTS pavad : trlgerolor and parkin luilnouor Phon PR #1050.
Ta,. ar tit notching cocktail tibia walnut CONVERTIBLE now ton goo..
404 NW lOIS Avonuo Ill IM itudent hc"
> graduate with Margollta lops. ). I toll decorator II.... PS PS. 5000. ,,'. 4 !
FT Call wheel
"to:perUSpar .. U0ma. day tanod IP S97513 N. Mail H., ml 5n 172 itt2 .I.: H'. lilt. 4 'M 1111 N' 20 CU lampa with, 111-2103. drive
UPRIGHT 'RllllIIUncondlllon.lI ayaiavarUiaooo
II 0 IM oonad IRtJ. lIlt II.P155510010.
.- M.1I, par day w KMpatrick. A_. II N. 41 Fyrnlonaa. ) Apt. Ouarantaid t .baauHful! full tugi 00 REPOSSESSIONS FOR IALI
M.... FR M404U \ ROOM tvi blaao. ass vam fir lamp, Pius, Pb, *" 1965
from com_ no I* M A... *17" Port TV & Stand 'ISIS *" 60 FC 150
"ot.- 11.11 par day foat framing a* N W. 13thItraat : EFFICIENCY apt Clean quiet and Call :37U3M Mile otudenti only. 39" GE RANGE DODttl Polera JOO
ill loot _,. Located .......'1..... Wool far tottlidDuilnooe Good condition.S40. Call T ha badroom lulta la Doniko tat 4 Dr. HT. A.'. Irani.
Avallebl Nov.15th LA.GI .1..1. .10111 P. 005511'sman. ItasaMn. a. M,.. draiiar with PS PI 4300 4 wheel drive
ALL 378.1411 In IJOO black. Pull datoll I Icilllng by men. 374-I7M altar I::30 P.M. FORDS
Phono FR HTM.NEWLV wIshy maid Ionblc51 u.. I.. tilting mirror choit on Choi IMS RAMILIR AMERICAN. "
of rolllg.....,. Ill NI Old Aua.PlIes. T-A-G APPLIANCES a dbl. DookctM bod with Hiding 4 0,. Auta Irani.,
t.o PLACE'YOUR University Realty, I DECORATED A'TL Collage 3H-11U ar 37 -H01NICI taitod and Ouarantaod. pangS) for your clock radio' Par excellent far lecond car 134 If '
tTH N. 1\'I"n". Ph. W 4HI .etudont and couptoo without In"Cantrip 41 Rofrlgaratar* from 130 a* tha Sill bodrm, mar. la a baavtlhil ,ISIS FORD OALAXII 500. 60 Jeep '..I..in. T-Birdt,. Mu.
Coll Newberry anwrulalr' -
children preferred room : !, walKorod f 0,. I cl. ...... .
: II..... tram tit" u, far lat af bun Iran Uia '
7SUN RENTAL 4TS-CTI ar 4712375.PUONISS400PT.POS ll..Sat,1s1141r 55,5.lg .. T..... car .ba ., tangi, G I a s I 101, LI. .,
.. 42 ,.... O Acraoaasr antenna furnlihtd. See a, 17 w. ... Som 511 upI bodl TOO dining rm h. I Iga can .s II 711 lotion 4
RENT Ind .1 an 2502______ Onto's trom OW usI 30>M tabla wilts loot I foampadood N. Main It Cell 374-1!11coup. wagon, f.II...., P.IcootSHAW!
:: WANT ADS 1)1 A".. 10' 5115 Id S0AIs.hoa to? I r.I' .5.1: Air 01nditls1.ad. -J.I!:! ,"""' -,...,... trom 511 upI chain, Tha bltchon I Iaqpt I. NO STORAGE ROOM WIll' 155.rISIc. wheel drive

: C..nty. to tOO ..... hating. otiihliei Sot.niIloN. 50 Mobilo H..... 01_...... tram so u* wlrhc 31"" rongo In gloom.Ing '21 Usd01 A. I .111,5
:i imprwoo painjra. 31 .. 40 acrairow ..'P5105. Pal 1..33 an 'R 10 TV Seta from S3I u* w lt. flnllll will avan 1rollout ., rAmble. lost partially I-.-
crop. cypreu pond .. lend 1-.113. JIM VOYLEI APPLIANCE CO. troll.r, plul t ...,... i Itorad Alw "I Scull '
.. : :)5 HeuN' far Sliccncr.i. t mil* off Cell AiA. ONI IR aptv clooaIIOROOM .... .504.55 IIDKOOM trailer, no POll and 41* NW PIt Au. P15. 371-S30S ',_ro, Admiral rafrlg withcroiMoa cla, IM cc. Tom lawman motorcy 17 58 Jeeppick
CsUo SIALTY'X.iI; : ...... $1010410 slId .......n Srlooflil no children, Phono F. H433_ CLIARANCI-SALt- froazar. moot kaoparcrlipor 1111.

: .iI bluck ....,.. Do.... 371-2411. pr.torod. lsoitabio Son HOUSI TRAILER I and t bodC. Moving ooon to new location many 4 ihalvao In doort Admiral 7500 truck 4
I and ahade ,... c "cI..n 57 5005. P105110 PS .. noons.. .. ... movod ... YOU' ,Item. mrkd down to reduce upright fraaiar In buss. ILLVS, RUN GOOD. SaId up
't -tt-acra tlfut sac ranch ether mar a5I g II 8'/I' Ae... naor Idlowlld. 7121. I. 115 II 12' I'll II' Avo.j lot Plwno *44 111 llarka. Pie ...... Noorly Nu P07111.,. 374 tend. Orlg colt 1114' Aiuimpmti HUNTING CAli 17. 'HONI wheel drive &

Iprtngi, All fenced, MM goal ochool FR 2-0328. hrnlthod"";opartmant. F n white. NW lib Ave Phone FR 4-4..l. n w... with no molly daw 376.1372.

welt end facet an Ul V, Prkel _,., Ailvll. 05117. P1100'sa.d1I. an araw Ill .. ... I or homo, DISCOUNT Codilloc 57 FldotwoodOood
I t* Pill at 131,000 latmont, llwdl, .,..,."Iobocce.tl. fll II MlH. Rental Condition MOirt3071 RIDGWAYMotor

frank O Howard. Realtor: 134.nog 17.200 down bal' scar EFFICIENCY APTS. PRICES $397 31M NW Itt ... KEETER
.. iredy Finance I Ce. Ortlc 21'.. 'KAILER SPACE
: High, aprlnga l Plorldai Mlcmopy'" a.ehanga. 444 345)OOOM N MONTH HENDRIX gvdrybody. .Ask for Lang. fumtturo In itarag 0000 7100$ 1000 CONO..ISO .

lid W. 11,10. 371-'", ATlt P5$ ..iTIII'O Nowlll,, .
OUT O. StATS IN 15 ANO Trailer PatS.Nflubony. 'foGtll RAMBLER-JEEP 238 W. University
COUPL1 uo Par ..... 115.SI .
t 1ds0aandldsnstini.ndisi.as.. Ian OOACSES-Altouilo.Hosn. 4M-14M NW Ito Avo. ., SOIls It.10th 'M FORD 1-DOOR
4' UNaOLD HOU9I or frnva my .11. lit .II. WIlt SI cl" IImlll plul Illllltlot Call Good hunting outomoMIe. I... II32 S. MAIN ST.
5 < fumMur Complelly tuntfehM aft af ,..ed road Dry plat I IR living room and kit with .. VV.nf.o1 T* Kant II' "Ill/INATOR trHII', lIla Worahoua Contact Illl Singleton, FR 2-8433 Phon FR 6.5371

4 In NW _,Ion, a IR I both*. al.1moaa woodi. ".1110 in aero wltn lane creaned porch, 171 per ma, wa Aos.Malo11001l2544 NI 3622 BEACH BLVD.JACKSONVILLE Mol..... 471-HM Ii
hirna curls Ac Coll Dick Roblnlon RALPH tar turn Av.lloMe Nov. IStb UNIV ,"0'. noMi lor burned D,. ottar I P. M. 43 DOOGI V-0 .
I 1 4 H. Tea many .r.:faoturao s.W '0511'1'. ...11.,. "W. Unlvly ploys Pt 1.1771. occupancy S ar 4 I* houM, con 'PRIOIDAIRf .''.bl. dlitiwnharUO. FLA. tram PS.Motion pet wagon trenihtrrable onta --

I hjrrllililng' ta ';:'. BO sot A... a7.,3II., tral ilr-cond end neat, torrau Coll .,.-..al. Mn. D. ILynn. 359-2561 50001 mil w..n.,. u "
j cei( union yog Hmt UK Two .ulllul ..roo. II...... Arm 4< UnfurniihoJ Apt ar vinyl' tile 11.... 174-731 or 0 OM dolly b-I. lot, ,.,, Sun ill _after 0PM. cell 3743414.OLDSMOIlLI .
m.. p.y.nir1.. Inc,. ...... ,... I AMI PM 374-3241 ..,. 1471 TROPICAL PONTIAC
Moot worm of almoel mw turn.Itur. AnSI. fIr .Iy 11.000. ALto. 45son. _*rJ47* ealtharUNIVE GE WASHING MACHINE DUO.TH"IM.tor ..Itt blow.. "56. PI, AT. all.
North of 11.1..1111.7" with parch, kitchenequipped
kid, waihar- dryer, etc tos | BR llaeplng In good. condition tilJ and .1.. _II.... 3111 NW good condition 1300 Cell Pal > GAINESVILLE'S QUALITY
'- high .u.IM _. ., Immediate occupancy RSITV Protaiior want. I 0100 Alan iM PM cell P*
i-to Wall. IloasI end CSath 01,100 wl'h tarma. ALSO Macrao 401 II ltd PI 145 per me.Phon $5 or I BR ...... to rent for a I JII'66J tIlts II. 1117. 4.
coal broiler for II.... laMO worm at OlM par ..... ALIO 371 nil 4 eik for MLKilo longer period In the Flnley AreeUnfurnllhod V'IlMlWELL DEALER.
of equity: for 11000 ami euuma e 4 .... Iracl far II.OM .par sons, ... altar IK 'I\!. 37MCT7UNFUFJNISHIO up to OHO rumlin- Antlqua.( Sons c...... onow Ills ra- 1140 4-OR 01 OLDSMOIILI. PI.
not for 111.000. It mil eppeellj naar Modlcal' School ALSO Soil ad up ta 010 Phona FR 4-M4I, 11I1.. af rogular llua Luitra opotcloonlng ... .0,5. ,..._,..,.... luolisnI Croll Country wal'
j .. *ou call' 371-4471 aero* for a $.1 of .,,,. Avail. 1 _..... duota.aoarlmanti. I a>t. Jlso ar ettor 51 '.M. FR 0.am OLD pholographar CAMIPAComplota. Mont alactrk ohampooorABY condition .... ,".. Call 371-w 61 RAMBLER
I Sills Inraugh J. w *,",pitrlcAgoncy Ml per montn. .. P.u.". ..-" 1_ ...... HidIlngla It. MeIl..1l1t f.nl..... c:... .ltor JIJ. 011. 4 door. outo-
FREE TURKEYe.Thanninitg 31 N. M.,.. PR M404.Idontlal Call 37cf7166TMRE lani. O'n".1I1I' 5Aosplo' C....... 11 RAMILIR CI.,1e I-d.. 0000 matte transmission radio, lODC

I IoiSo.y can.1I ..,. 10111. land with henna brtraim "dupio opt 5) Olflc.-D.ik S,... C.1I1IWI1IANTIQUING CRII sAlts, dropildoXT' alo.c.cdllisnilt5' SlId IU'" 51170tltilSlsn heater Q7J

a with Itil* bout If purcliaied .botor N of Town. p5054 rd .... Cloon elmoit new aulot bxa.tlon MADE EASY If, Inllll..... Innariprlngmattraii 34 .aI aId sod 37,005ml.
: Nov. :M. Thll I IR CCI aria. .... lection 4 mlloo out, FOR RENT iso '0. PT. of officeipaca. Martin loves,.. Pravlnclal color AI Candltlon 111.Phono .201. 374.4002 I AM S 'M stotion wogos,4!

IU. hai been ....II..ly nconditioned > II aero* W af SnoutS M pusaded. _iP" "s, PO 20041, W?* NW lib II. Call J7*. ..... kilo now at Olack H...... ."2331. rM4 GRAND PRIX Suoti I.. RM 59 CHEVROLET .
.... koauMtuIrolling door.6poss.n.Bar.
$ Appr m acrai '0> Of 37M04IICUMITY
I...... end oat (115,4.wian now prka 14000. lacrKIca It UN], t
w.... 1434 "W." Unlv. A... Ola LATI modal aomala TV awolontcondition
I floor. and !roof too) and at land UMM many....Hugo. CUM 100.4.I0sn. totown 41 H..... far Rom F.... IUILDIHO P.nil. I worko porlocty good Troda ...._ llnanclng" arrang.ad. automatic transmission, radio, $/L QC

I. "reedy far Immodloia accvpirfcy. could ha dlvldad kilo 100 DOS W. Unlvorllty Ava. ",ot Clan buy at 505. Ml Nl llth Ava. Can 3/1.5300. heater OJCO
Move In today eel your or 101 ... tractycarllnan.. fULL'Y P'URNI5HD 4 DO ..... Oltka' Ipoca Air cand.. alava.for 66 MI... Far .\. Pnono PR UMI. 111:1: GRAND PRIX PONTIACoportt V-8 air conditioning
turkey tomorrow. Located bl NW by cwnly part an MW-H. TV, eflitraat parking, Janlter
/ 4 door sean.
action lull 0 block front' *lmKhaal MARY' MOELLER REALTOR waihar...ryor. LOOM ragiilrod ....Ic. ...11.11I.. Oil FR 4-440 AIR CONOITION. 11.1" It0I I 70 ......M..i., taw!*. Ranti,"FR twlty J-J41J_, _unlvanlty cilMr JO BUICK| | | automatic
; tot I1U ..... H ..utiIf FR 1-341: .
en comer Hit W. unl_ ." Avo.PR par ar OllOIiOOnS' 007411105.' City ..... tranSmission' power

&350 Down, $46.50 .4471Acra 5 iiiM .""'107 NW 1101 A... OSpoOl OFFICI IP A C I AVAILAILIOowntown. r.n'lr'FR t-HM attar HOP"">i iS 'YINIIUDI Li0501" twin I H.. (OwIns. 114 PLYMOUTH 4Vdoor rtrilgntotlck steering power brakei. radio, heater. air

I per. me Ind. ,.... I I... Total lS farm all In Ionia on... bOON 00555 con 371-tS& Control Call Leoeltor hoot' 4 bIlly A -C IO ROYAL TYPEWRITER 1mb IIN" 0554. lot 0.04. IlL neater .low mllee oxlro conditioning i excellent
1 "*. I7MO cat Werner W. 111$ I.) lOnOI I. Ioco .110" 1 ), bob tor rant Ioc..... an S'1I21 par ms 0' 172."" OMPLITILV RICONDITIONIO. 'It. 1-84.' cl.... USB. Call' PI t-3211 after $495

WMomon FR 0-3471 w atop by m.....h..... aId suns. Gail III.or Anchor Rd ParMct tor mow whaprafor leo I" Crlo Cralt _,. II HP Johuon 0 PM1MI condition .

111) N. Main' far a bIlled toui 3 ,.m.. PS I-JUt. privacy Phona PR a-4y. 54 lutlHMt ..* .hAALL PHONE 3 82803w molars trallar, oklo lId .._ All FORD OALAXII 100 IIJOO.lCVl .
ALLITATI 000 w 1,014. ".11.. h good candltlan Prlcad ta lallF AT "WW" RIM 441ancellenl ,

H ... ..,...... for ra.... hitch US 1IaII -".*. condition. :3747771haatar TropicalPontiac

DAN 'YRD316B268. 3765579Tilly PT plywood boat with daopoomMf ,... CH.VROLIT ........ .1,111

SERVICES Bottom, otaarlniwliaaltoo flow 520... ......Ion.lly olson
heater .... II" |II..... US, 571 75 Np. Islnnodo ....... All ..... _101'.
vertlcel pump motor, \Vt HP IlL candlllan. 0200 far C .
Poe STOOl A *4050015I0.0155 rig. I CALL 377.5017
MIK houielMld bosh 3J14 NW tact John norm af
I lOll ,.IotitI Mor.llI. *5510. Hartioy mo
SON St 51.1 IMPALA Osopor 150.5. 4 _
:l7IU'o.W.'HOU'. ____ _ ___.aid filway af Hagua, PlaHP 110.7175. 15.4... 004,
1201 ". ". In NooN. oils NOW Bov'l ilend 14" CM- I. bob Giaoslnomm Oibnsol.u Call Kan at 3n-U 7V ,
Home And Business Ud17111 ','',riot CanIor ls, umW. bicycle, rod with whit H.IVY duty dump t.lir. 10
; ? ........ ..._ M. Stood.lIon. "' .... 197: M. Phena FR MM Morcvry motar. Itoarlng and ORIGINAL, Doom Lots ISIS. GMC Truck Center
Wide T ... Torn_ 4 door aa.dan.
I .. II. at 1744114 5? 11..71.Poil i'iirnTa 220
automatic owing HiToatar aaltary and ban Poor Ltta Now. Law Ml 1_. NW 8th An.. FR 2-2581
ASi 05000 So. Pb. 110,1 Tartar rackar, Ul c_ propa. 4 lira ......... I WI ....'. Now pnmbjm WW tlraa.Loatharalta AK

$01141115. '1/. $31111. A... P12100005p. ... *5. 4,4.00.5. 53. All 01051 mo Mil" and ikl roan and Ig Intarlor .....IT Air {
Bulldozing Roofing/ .. ..... Call 5.10011 1107005.P. .. lOtn 'R "' "7. .t ttnn Qiotl, jTI inTl COndItI...... Radla. Molts fcnomlcal .

i iI 4.3415 ar .. P. MlnI$ .11 -- SINGER 4 SMALL bulldOKtrucki .. 4.450. loIns .4-7057. ..,.H.'ltll l PIll,,. 174444 btfora S P M. 57J.
I fill air. Ilma rodL T. C L. HARRELL 1141 nlgnrt. CRANELINCOLNMERCURY
lOll Phona STS-Toa Cann actor 54 Imlnata OppansusIbloSSHELL I AUTO ZIG ZAG
1 far ill your rooting' saw sad 'a HUNTING SIGHTS IHI CH.YSLER Naoporl hard.
toad cond No attachmenti 55mOSS PS. II" ooo SOl sone Shil 050555IS .... 01.105 mL "Will 4140 Ohs
call M anytlma.
pair 1
Mortgage Broker '"I-not ; Bultonholee .epollqu, monogram ..._.1011 54111.P110 San In Ir_. Call jJ2.2NI .51. -
hundred af tansy dangm. .. OOJ 217' loll ... 5 'M
Blind hem .... Perion
MORfOAOl MOSSY UpholsteryllPsOlIiI wilt, good. cullS take up .... 72 Olfica Iay '01 PONTIAC Tompotl, arlgln.1ownar SAFE
M par cant bitarait. Tarm t* menu II U me. or Mr Bolonc pmantNaw RAH, iUck mm tncondltlan BUY
11'1'10. OIL CO. at M. wilt Ir_ Call PR
IUV IUILO furniture at la tha 1C""ln"AI
RIFINANCe your NATIONAL tlma ta ardor your 5-Il7SattorIPW. _
prka Cell Sally I USED
Call re.oon.lMO CARD'
Doll Byrd Ph. 376-3875 PR a'I e4M. 4941 N W.I3HI J w.*... company paid train.Ing IIWINO Mlkelfl MACHINI CO,Machln.Sarvlcal INC.lSI7mO7Iy .. 54,0 07 ImorintIII. .
TVGorege. In manag.mdnt. Mil lewlnf ar 010. Sol mo Mloctlan. at '11 500,54. d dur SIlsIosO500s

'NA aol ..sIn.otnal 01 154 iirvlclng marchondu- W. Unly Ava. 1TI-13II PARKIRICampiata I lYlo 5110004 15551.miu100s 516 S. MAIN ST.
tong, III
onica Ovflltfart
.rront noIl5. 7.7. 5I 00nsa .0.50NI ,,-..
.. Will ....Iy dI.... .. op Doors Ing ovflilobla to quolKlddpanoni NOW YOU CM ankAS. 0000's wIth 005 W Unlv A... mlRIMINOTON Itaa. I7M.MELTON. See
,".,.* Coil fomsInne.J Earn wIlls you I Full lire GAS 00540 s1. I'' USiD TYIW5I10bS 5 ICCALCULAYOS. Mr. Ir.dle Mt. H.rt. 'lerker

I "5" SI5SPATlCk 50500SI OAHAOI ODOR IPICIALIITIpjtallarlon iMrn-.xc.lldnt opportunity .... "bMtelMd FREI with our IPAS 'LIC. CASH MOTORS
N. M.1n 55. ..... PR M404PRIO 4 Moving garaga one Mmewt OS dawn. .rOISYIIt Foal ....1.1. CALL : FR 23531Or
: 1 to 4mtr the *." Ic.
gig month for two monthi),
lam Call BWa p. .
71 IT. PI a-Ttn EN
I. ARNOLDRIALTOR I A.Mw ar altar d P M. Anyttm.woMorM. Italian bu.,..",. Contact PROPANE LP GAS EVENINGSPICKUPS
R. e. COIImo 2. .elactrl Iypaontlor.p. .
Mr Nanny DaLooc.fl FR ARCHER ROAD
PMA At.)>> CONVENTIONAL" NW lam A... m-ion FR a-111 0114075004 71.51041,. III ,
LOAN' 533) Good _III.... Call 375-4731 sIP.rlp .

Aut9 Glass 115 W. U"I" *111. ..... 315.0005 NliN 0.... MATTOISI. a m.tctl. 1\0 Value Rated
CONSTRUCTION "Ill 505 ..._ l01I fI SIll 4.
.. H. A. I C_. t... .051' w 15110, chaat. Of Mi mad 71 M..OCaI Marckana-laa
I UTI00LA35 II 5011 sIty 15500 PO50vC. 00 AS"'AIIi.' ..NC PRESTIGE .." __ Mia*. Used Con
nna hnmadlal. kwallallenifro IIIALTO.IHI PIT Vaur CanalrvclkM NaadoOW
pickup 4 .......... Add W. '- 004.1100 N. PAO1 31._ COX WAREHOUSE H.'MON kA5DOtUA30U'ImpOtlo :
Call .,.115I.,1_

00 j IIJ_NW. 4ln AUTO 51. PR ebb HMd.' CO.. Drinking WofprCRYSTAL ___ocr SI Yoan*l IIRVICI p>,-rtnc_ BUILDING *I toil II CAN out .JUICI... Oollvana IICall --.o ii II ILL CaaMlaa Oldimaaila. .V
2001 NW JIll M.
8ood Conotructio. 10 an ArtCommaiTlal all.M7t. Tarn ._. Slay.III. U'R'O"T PIANO VANS
Auto Can ur1IIIo.y..
EquipmentwolKor dear aprlng watar them.kal eitnsn.1 CoOhSoIm' lor _._
an,. and deter*** N.. Appravod > Roridanttal.NOLTON Avail..l* Mr fab. 15th. TON York Air c:__. TO.esal. ONLY
JACKS .....11t By Slot loord of Ha.MSMogn.Ha 500.1,0114. *051510055.. WM .. '. affic. IBM. 05.1 5 Cals 1300. lIla KAY ELECTRIC GUITAR POOLE.GABLEMOTORS
oa0000nalda plwair SIll 0 Springs Woigr Co. CONS co. FR 0-10** for I'M .5155 Mev. P. N sop -pkk-a.. low ........ food cond.
wolKor Jock. Factory aufnorload Phen. 411 OHRemeJelliigi *$) ya., Ckal<. !k>> ana'' oil ttusa.ILINOIRkANO.
Walker Hvdtoulta Jack .._. .ir ...41'"...,
iServfc* AgMlt. Hill I'S IRAKISIRVICI TELEVISION s.tpshlep. .4dh pIsaliSi.jaSi00isl SPINET ORGAN Ti'I.J4'
{ 4 IUPPLY 1314 a..Mel. : SINGERSLANT.O.MATIC I0I.0.lasd .pIssO mloS5st. DOOCI-OAIT

,. Fl H4lfAppVoiiol P1C0005 VUSU s_ _IlL II tarviia. lavlractlignting 5.1.0... 05 looN -
). .. 14..._..... 0.4. TRUCKS
DO YOU NIHD. ,...... per NoW 554 sia Ns.oaiS
Service toonfc I V_ *00150.. 54104 A. la) porkinf.' k+o4iflilly eSsrssv MUSIC co 1i. M Itl II.. n-OU
A--. eiSImsvlIIl 1at.4,.. COIlS?
= :: .mleIiI4noi n' NIlcue
or a tanolele .namat ITORI (.nahmpadl anttoiwco. ana) ..... with o.l atf* jlokoa Bat.Kama pt.UII
*. FklO I. ARNOLI Par I free .......'" 4 guaran .JARIITY 1.1. lot Ava.d .11 a* gwaip'tfrlY. rantolrk 0001550155 1150 0. $51550 51415

RIALTOR load wark. men Carl C. T_..... wi. II **> .. eM. Pay Bal af 01. artMa ClAMSsolo.
II.L ISTOtI APP0AIAL water. I/MB yaar o. pay. of ST par me --... .. 1114.155. fOR) THE CORRECTS THAN
I 05 0.5 aol c_ 5141CAS.I NCK-UPS
sealed Our CO* OIlS Jimmy Cra. > VANS
site ... UNIV AVI. ""l. srwpx 'jticyiiffibviciosti" CALL FR 8-2411 ... amb 55.. 315-mIt TIME 50

lowing" Mechlive. ..,.... Sails A... lor So Ill p..mlS lost sod 001000-00$050.5MV10CI or FR 2-5940 ADVERTISE IN THE Try_oa koaara ara priced yoo buy to .aM.IMuWe liras FR 2.1411 TROPICAL PONTIAC

Painting fRIlISYITlL aooMr. MrSaoeuro. CourtwO* G.M.C. Troek
tiWlNO MACHINI .... P00m 3t5.S55tAOVU.Ts5l ANYTIME ereneMBSW Cent.,
Unrvaruty Cka-rrolaO
Vice CO. *H twtvaronyAV lot th. Boot, go modem R. SERVICE: I 220N.W.
> *. JTa-IIM. .: roea* atManaa. pil-4si SewId.lb's lsaltoSI. .. .11 THUslavIc. UMv. Ave.STiMn M. Mi.. $5. as I<" .*.. IthAvt.
work tuny guarmteeai 1M los 544 sI _oiL 3a.fll& DiIlCTOaVSlOm


rtue'Ahiwn. IccsstInf3da'A ss\ 14f AI 0Ip57rTW

C, 6A4tML BIAT. 0441$ 641fl. A 6.f'51 qi.I4TCIIA r:240IP.OOT T cns.td I eooseI

I 4 WQRl .341 lsht 4X 1tAvQ.z 3Af FeIPa Aua ,O : L3100p PS00lrts'stcrnlros

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rllur.dey, November 12, 1964 Geilsesvili. $uo .2S
b Sports Con IS- ...... Open w.rt 00..010/.0 a 1410010 4.011UNIELJOVAILE IS-F.r.,lH ft Sporte Cart d! IT Aetemot il.o w..h4 _
..,... .. .. ,
'II UNAUlT o.u. w Wl YWi OO*, OOOD COW.DITION .- I .. I
too DODGI Pkkup .1'IICtI. I.r4.: ..OlO, CALL 171. !7Ir '13 TIIU M PIU$P ITO'ID +KrNn *.NIID. "GM 100.70a MOTOR
.... _
'' _. _, 'uti sell Al 1410010 4111
"' loll ft left. MAY Ml IIIN AT III NW 61 VOLKSWAGEN ....... .. HAWES-POWERS
177.210$ Nobo y alts A lIT" AVI.I CNM.010$ 37447" Phone 172.3031. 411 s. 010 II 01l 1
"M CO VITTI < J. tall rtontlMr '17 PORSCMI IMt tup... ........II 1' ., .- BARKLEY
IrM.. ||.|.vpr .wl>l> raHiMt. < I I biut. .0001111clod.. IISM... Aloe, ,Igvwr. Roth In ...... m*. ... 1956 VOLKSWAGON. GoadcondIlen. I I SMITTY SEZ:
"'""" PR IM Mr l/MogNN-b.dl40/ .' .. _, VW II < KM. I 1IM W. U.'v.' Avt Of' oil id Call i72'US I C'on' coed con Call
JMin "C 371.1S1t. CeM. 70 .'UlI t-936&. offer 5 PM :Bob Adams, FR 2-7128.

.-. just"We received hove MOTORSThe

7ff 1 9 beautiful

'xecutive eon,

low mileage I soles deportment fell short by 10

ithberg1Nine I 4000 most miles under I cars lost wt.k. Mr. "B" is back front

0 Balance of i his car buying trip and he says either
I 50,000 mile
new cat I the cars go .r the salesmen go. The

I 'arranry. These salesmen want to keep their jobs sothey're
: cars have not
been tagged I taking any and all deals. Forth.

petition in winning over 200 firsts over other competition-equipped cars in races and rallies I Save hundreds best cars, the best deals, the best price;:

Cortina is the winner of the 1964 Auto-Universum "International Car of the Year" award for of dollars. its the number one dealer in north ein-
"outstanding performance, reliability and versatility in competition around the world." Im- Come in now

ported and distributed by Ford Motor Company, it is available in the United States in the trol Florida, BARKLEY MOTORS, 2201

GT, the deluxe 2and 4-door sedan and the station wagon. Every Cortina offers you five- 700 4-door 4-ioeed N. Main St.

passenger comfort, foam-padded bucket seats, American size nuts and bolts, ample luggageroom '63 CORVAIR Rodlo I and $1395 62 Chevy 62 Foirlane

and up to 32 mpg. 4-speed synchromesh and floor-mounted gearshift are standard and heater. SHARP ._._. ,.'A" 4 ,den... lodot.. m... ..*.. ....'" ,.".
,automatic transmission is available on most models.The two-door sedan lists for only $1755'Cortina's I : 00er uo0It0..IIt '"_I I..dyl.... <4 H .l.r. !
.( counterpart, the new four-passenger Anglia deluxe,offers many Cortina advantages '63 CHEVY iMPALA 'top.!:;: V.w:- j! en1.. 140tH. 'N' 0410 $1295

and lists for $1559) Meet Cortina, International Car of the Year, the new economy compact tr .tll.I"and,.Hooter.automatic 13.000 tranimiillon", II... $1995 $1595
.that is nine-tenths hidden performance.Your English Ford Line dealer has one on ice-for you. 64 Buick
)'t.tlnUacUrer'111III8@1ted retail price list Coast P 0 E, dealerj Definition, ehargw. healer, other optional' equipment and date and '63-BUICK 4.'dtIoli; w" .". HH'f f 61 ChevylI l.I.',. .....IM MWM. 4
local and lees, if any,are extra Whitewall, lirei shown,52495. Cvtntn delivery available at .ur t ntial lavmgiSI6S.MAINST. .. .. ... REAL. J1/.QC I07J -,.1110 Na0M1., 10' AlrP140 "4001.' 110440 100144104 114
vA SHARP 153750

; 4' ,,'owII $1295
63 NEWPORT Ir, '0.11'bK II
r radio and hooter, automatic tram 1895 I 64 Olds 62 Comet

", illlo". NICE _. t...o1.wet.4014 110140.00".. 1111' 0.111.' "1.440.. 104011. $1. rods

'63- VALIANT 1-cI.motelY.l00.nsmissieis Auto. I '... $3895 IlCldlar. 00,44looloo. $1'295 f

radio and hooter. $1445 I
NICE 61 Chevy
"4.hoiiwII .'".- 62 Rambler MMT MUm $.. V I.
111 I _. _. ,
'62 NEW'POR''T .",. po.. b..k.. w lIP 1.0slr/1..d.4 00.1 4,11100.... $1195
radio and hooter automatic 're",- $1845 I: $1595

minion' air-conditioned' 62 Rambler

: '" VALIANT "i-Joor::; ""o w:. Powor 63 Olds toes,, tip MMIIK '".
62 .'..rl", brakei. "" t I MT 44,4/40. .... *
......., ..
automatic traml f 1.0.1111 1 o l 0
radio and heater AQ rMM II .0. h Men $1195
million, air-conditioned, *7 J .100770* 50000

10. .'j..............: $2595,
61 Renault
Cortina 5 yr. 50.000 warranty r 63...Chevy.....II. .. $495
N. Adoar / s.1.MN00
/. 1'......,..'... ,.....
'64 NEW YORKER,':; 0:.;::: "' $1795 62 Volvo tj

power .fo.rln|. power brakoi. radio and _1001 rMH Mtiif, 4
CRANE MOTOR htattr, automatic tranimliilon' $4895 $1495
FRM6J1 lir-conditionod, /63 ChevyMMIa MM/ 1/14011. i

'64 CHRYSLER Jo'/:Powsr: I 110.111104 C' imrlfia 10004 01o1M eoa 61 ,Chevy. ..... I

jJM t. 5.00. ........*...
Mooring' power ....k.., radio and hooter $2295 / 0100,104., ,
iKKMfiiNM' .
,. .
automatic tranimllllon.' airtanditloMd 3995 "'

THE SWEETEST DEALS .ia.i. 61 Chevy $1695 I 4 I,
'64 CHRYSLER .o :: ., oVMf.t MelM(. |r..*/ftmlMh tVllMuttm .41 62 [no,. Ford

flooring, power ....h.. radio and hooter, $1195 CM*
tutomotlc tranimiillon, .1+r. $3995 .

THE FINEST CARS'' THE FAIREST TRADES coitditioiiad 4-400' h.rdt.Po.- ".' 62 4410 Chevy 0014141. 010"o1N $1295 ,

'64 FURY .erllt.. \ automatictranimliilon MI 1"..-.. .Mon..'.-..... lV-.**, -rMftt THIS
radio and fcoator. $2895
4100 ", lie. $1895 WEEK'S
FREE FREEA 4-door hardtop. Fewer SPECIAL
'64 FURY .te.ring. automatic 63 Mercury
A LARGE BOX ? J"1 LARGE BOX tranimliilon' radio and hooter. 2895 r Hi Mwr.. .,$.*, airWMIUIIM. 61 Mercury f

Like ",-. ..r.0.410.. 40.0'.
SATIN SATIN $2895 ...
{ -
10441. lilt. 4000.
*-**" 11I"-'
; ? '64 FURY fcrokoi. 1104.. :: '
r *taarin' | power 1001t 104410
.. .
62 Olds .
CHOCOLATES CHOCOLATESWITH I outomatic trommliilon radio $41 QC ...'..... i 4w 11/4041, fU*
J I 7 J .
WITH EACH CAR PURCHASED EACH CAR PURCHASED i end huts air-conditioned' .10...".<...IMMII. $ tIP 1110. $1195
WED. THRU SAT. WED. THRU SAT. '64 VALIANT motlc tramml. I $2495

lion, rodw and hooter power $AAQFitooring [ >

ALL MAKES W ALL MODELS ZU7J I I "63" TR.4 O1/ .62..'. Mercedes

2-doer bordtop V200. $22S $2695 '
'61 VALIANT Automatic ,,,,,.. I ,

TREMENDOUS PRICE REDUCTIONS SHARP minion, radio and. hooter. *07.1 QOC I'' c 60 VWWMIM, i .

63 Chevy

'64 OLDSMOBILE .#:; '62 OLDSMOBILE 'wtii : '61 CHEVROLET hX'icdon. !:: '61 PLYMOUTH Vnorifu.ri: ': I moo booth/0 44., 44.i.0100770. MM.M..La.Ndaa.. -0. $1095
.t..rI",. brokei, I>MM
jranimliilen power
coupe. Factory conditioned. cruise with blue 'Interior. Good 1995 Factory elr-conditianing' andpower. power air-conditioned ll 11 5l"vw .
radio" and heater $2195
win- with IQt .1/011. _
control automatic eye. power looking Compare price $1495 I I
dowi and teat. Leaded with ...Iu.. J... 9 paiionger- 1 $695
feature. Bucket Sooti. Sold and Custom 4-cfoor ( ,. Auto ;
Litt62 METEOR 60 CHEVROLET Sicoupe. I '60 CADIIIAC"d',,,,,,. 62 Plymouth
'Iced by B & G. 100% warranty. lIelIII. v.i. .10. ,' ...
5% GMAC fi i- V-$. : ,.. I ...., ,.di.. $ 62 Porsche _
$5,600. Yellow. Automatic b. .
ed new over radio$ hooter. automatictranimliiion. " 1395 I .... ,.... ... ........ -
nancing. NADA look $3995 miiiian.I Power .t.." ",. 4 $1295 hooter, .ir-cendlt oed. NICE I 07 J. I
tlrei. I -- --- $2995 ,
I $1395
$4130 ... ....
'! *-' rtellon w..
' pod '62 FALCON 2mork 't O; w...". Motion wagon. V-l. 60 VALIANT Automatic tronimli.Ian !
: o: DODGE
63 OLDSMOBILE > 1 1195 61 power Hearing.leautiful ; radio and hooter. 63 Sunbeam
tronsmi sion.' 895 63 Chevy "
elr-conditioned fully white end :
coupe. Factory 1195 tHCI MO.. .-. $474040. $2195
equipped with tremendoui dashing rod bucket performonce.White ..ot,. blue. ; DO'-DGE' 4...o.'. Power ...." "., I -0q
Sold and icrrieed by Iii G. 27.450 62 CROWN IMPERIAL '61 RAMBLER ."tJaIi w..0. 60 automatic tronimieilan.radio $2495
6 t,11114.10 and hooter V E. 63 Cadillac
milei. Local one-owner hardtop lodon. Factory air.condrton> power J77Ciroke
0001 with eutomatic 113 IMM *. ""/$. IM4H.
Lilted new for $5.217 ,Inf, cruise control, bucket MOti. P w.ortorquo 995
luiury comfort 2895 tranimiillon. aoeerlo' ; 63 JorW _. ...... $4495
eI T Dion pI* WL ..
'63 CADILLAC %. .:: ... flt'. MERCURY '...."'ll 59 ....... alrconditloned.vtomatic I HMI...li,. i
Equipped for your 60 ai w.t. troo,,,,h.I.,,. 'lOOC $2395 60 Vauihall
tory herd' ,.eI, .
p I07J -
FoctoryalrconditlonIng. -
motoring pleaiure. leoutitul Condi 61 CADILLAC hct.ry ."it. 'I 095
I --
tion. One-owner low mileage. Lilted ,."elitlo"i",. fully eeuippod. A trulyNOW ..4.... Altt."t'; I I'rI"I".IoIi. $495 r
new about $4.700. $4395 fine "". Compara thii 'OCQCprice. '59 PLYMOUTH 57 MERCURY radio I 63 Ford
... .
ZJ7J s595 sod h. 0504.14. "f
..... N ICE $312 : :' 4000404 ,,: i 60 .Fiats
' mo'o': 10,1111. e10.r In K .s.. rn. nMt nft
64 PONTIACAirconditioned. -
; Wide frock "rf.._ '61 OLDSMOBILE /Jn5..:;: '53 PLYMOUTH .t.tiell '56 PLYMOUTH JSTe., M95 $2295 $1095

ence, 100% warranty. 3095 .... Compact economy, dependability ".,.... $75

5% GMAC financing end"V4wm'perfect"". 1395 '59 HILLMAN 4'tecar $295'Seer 60.,...ConrolrMlMIM.. _. -... 61.Austin
/ FORD 1500 :o. $350wagon.
63 $795 $1195
G''",. lIelIII. Foc. R.deee/
... V i, automatic IranimtMion.' '61 FORD I
'io" A""
air condittan.ina. '
A owed 1795 ,ewer .t......|. y... A. smooth ,
C.,. running 01 you would want $ automatic tro"imiii an. Ra55' BARNETT SANDY COMMINS. GRANVIILION
"Hef.... S ..,. 1395 /Oced. 225 BARKLEYMOTORS
'62 OLDSMOBILE hct." CADILLAC co.,.. Feet- IS.

airondrtianed.. c..... control, pier '61 FALCON WiSJihirt. ar, air375, I
,.,,4itlo n". Hack Sharp $
iliarp con. I
/irwiai IfeW1.teJChili. 51 oc. $2295 $ r.dsc,d. HAWESPOWERSMOTOR


Come '
The Auto lorHeTrie WamoTFR
St. -CLOSED ON THE SABBATH- 6-7515 )12 N. MAIN ST. FX 6-3400
2201 UN13th 2.4373-Open Dally Til 9 Sun Til d16ror.lgn


Ills I

26 Gainesville Sun Thursday November 1Z, 1964
: -- above normal Wednesday, with of 77 In Cedar Rapids Iowa
:record high marks for Nov. 11!compared to readings In tIIiIn

I Worst Drought In History LingersCHICAGO I some cities The record high Deep South. ,

.. EARL C. MAY 4 Ku
(AP) Damage The severe drought, termed lief to thousands of farmers and new Pacific storm moved Inland across southeast Kansas. A one trickle in many areas. Wells Gnd Y
mounted In many segments of by Weather Bureau official as to halt the mounting outbreak of through Oregon, setting off to three-Inch blanket of snow and ponds continue to dry up In: JACKre. MAY ,
the nation economy today as a the worst in history In parts of fires in bone-dry forest and timberlands more snow in the western covered areas in northern and tarts of New England and the ng
the East and Midwest, baa dealt central Maine another area Midwest, ?! Equitoble Life
long spell of unseasonably mountains and spreading rain causing a severe shortage C, 'The .
crippling blows to farmers and badly In need of moisture. of water for 'Assurance Society
warm dry weather showed no Most of along the Pacific\ Coast. livestock. The
the Far West was out I IH
dairymen. An Associated Press survey lack of water In II the U..ifed Stet. i'I
sign general, Immediate many ,44
of the dry belt. and to
Heavy snow The snow was expected .
break across wide areas from Heavy soaking rains are rain pelted areas In the region move into mountain areas of showed some of the major effects was termed from severe to erltlcaL -I _. Offic. .N.s. Yak.
the Rockies to New England. needed desperately to bring re-I earlier this south- of the dry conditions: N Y .
week and today a Utah, eastern Nevada and Damages to winter wheat Phone FR 2-3576, +
also fell in Temperatures again far
ern Idaho. Snow were
crops mounted Into the millionsof
mountain sections of Coloradoand ,
dollars with some farmers
New Mexico but no heavy threatened with complete destruction
rains were reported In Colorado of their crop.
7JI where the states $100-mlllion Hundreds of fires have burned
winter wheat crop l la threatenedby thousands of acres of tinder-dry.K/
the lack of rainfall_____ timber lands and forest areas In
d14b There was a chance of rain In many parts of the Midwest and
THE NICEST central sections of the nation East. Some forest lands have "THE THERMOSTAT""BOTANY
one of the hard-hit regions been closed to the public. Hunt. '
with showers indicated from ers have been barred from 500"
northeast Texas to the great some wooded regions.
Lakes. Thunderstorms rumbled Water supplies dwindled to a t
'JIf 'JIf
For 3-6x. & 714IN f SUIT is

Indians Used Dancing! _

WANTED, FALL CO.-ORSJ! Science Makes Rain Now a ball of yarn... Y') ,
\ I ,
o SIKRT of, 100%

WOOL FITCHBURG, Mass (AP) area, had four silver Iodide gen- 1 mile of thread. .,1:";
Back when the country was ,erators In operation Wednesday. a .
3-6x '. 3.99 younger,, Pueblo Indians did a He said, however he wasn't
masked dance to bring rain. sure it would not have rained
7-14 5.99 Hopi! Indians snake-danced for without his efforts. a handful of buttons. .
rain. Tribal medicine men trotted Howell uses a propane fuel
CARDIGAN (not shown) 1 out their strongest magic for tank with a small generator By
the same end. burning a piece of twine 1m until skilled:men sit.flown'to works
3-6x ., 4.99 Now rainmaking is being tried pregnated with silver Iodide, the
'again, this time in Massachusetts. machinery produces a volumeof
7-14 : '. 5.99 ; No snake dancing is Involved colorless smoke which rises
or mage just science. into the natural clouds. There "; ;IJ"j
SLEEVELESS VEST But, as the Indian rain doctors the Iodide crystals serve as \t>5\ &
found out, the results are uncer- seeds on which snowflakes form
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