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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 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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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.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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I 89th Year No. 112 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13.. 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE Ik
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Anti-Jr. College 'Rumors9 Hit I I IBy


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CLIF CORMIER llshed here. Most dropouts can't read or spend more time with the slof
,Sr Sun Education Writer Additional School Board "But a vocational program Is compute well enough to benefit learners, he said. In addition,
a Alachua County has not"wrapped" atorles on Page 5. not a dumping ground for poor from any vocational courses more specialists and guidance
eel academic achievement and nei- that might be offered, he said. counselors will bo needed.
sch
IU high
vocational education county can afford to pay now, ther Is It a cure all for the So the emphasis must be placedon "Putting In a vocational tIn
6$ programfor Talbot said. dropouts of this day" Talbot teaching them reading and anything will not stop the
a Junior college Superin- The main criticism Talbot said arithmetic at the elementary dropouts," he continued. Even
tendent elect William S. Tal-
r bot told -the School Board Thur. said, Is that the county will neglect To curb the dropout rate will level. If the dropout should want to
the dropouts If It succeedsin require long-range plans said To do this means reducing enroll In auto mechanics,. for
day.Some getting a junior college tstab- the superintendent elect slit of classes so teachers can (See SCHOOL en Page 1)) ..
who
1 people are appar-
ently not familiar with the
board's efforts to build up the
county void program are make Downtown Traffic
ing such statements on the ra- Loop
dio and In newspapers, Talbot
MISS WORLD OF 1964 and Board Chairman G. Hugh
United Kingdom's Ann Sidney Williams said

Talbot, who currently is serving -
LONDON (APA) statuesque Lyceum Ballroom usually on the board staff as cur-
Plan for 'Facelift'
British brunette danced produces considerable squabbling riculum supervisor until he Urged
into the early hours today to among contestants. assumes off let In January
celebrate her coronation as After her selection from pointed! to a report from the vocations
Miss World of 1964 among! five finalists, Ann at- department to back up
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She is Ann Sidney, 20, a hair tendttt!!! a televised ball at a his statements ;
stylist whose measurements are plush restaurant with the 41 oth- The report, made by Acting Merchants Fall, 1 .I As/
36-24-38. She stands Wootl and er contestants. Vocational Director Milford Capo a iela .. '
weighs 132 pounds Miss United States, Jeanne shows that 1200 high school 'src
'The girls were wonderful Quinn, was among the If semifinalists students and adults are enrolled Must //dp,
There was no bad feeling," said but failed to qualify In In vocational and Industrial
green-eyed Ann. the. finals. courses )In the county.
She collected $7,000 In prize Ana Maria Soria, 25, a model Still more courses art being Say Some
money and screen tests from Argentina, took second planned but the cost of these
The annual affair in London place and $1,400. programs Is higher than theI By JEAN CARVER
Swa Staff WrUr
Planning officials !blew the : "

Governor dust off "Operation Facelift"
May Reappoint
Thursday night and added a
I second phase traffic planning '
In the central business district.

Control Bd. As Regents: schalk Planning outlined Director a traffic David God-and '.. : -

parking plan to the City Plan
'TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. board of regents expect to be governor until Board at the Thursday\ planning
Farris ,Bryant said today he day. S," he said "But I will con- study session.
would appoint the new nine- "But I need to to solicit and receive ad The primary change recom-
member board of regents to direct iteration to the mended by Goldschalk would
Burns."I from Florida citizens who
the state's university system based upon Burns border the downtown Duals t s I
next week. In a position to give It. I district with a rectangular threeto

Bryant said there was a pos- said.Bryant said he Burns In such a posi fourlane "loop" system.
sibility he would reappolnt the opinions, only from Boundaries of the "loop"
seven men now serving on the would be 2nd Avenue on the
board of control in addition to north, 2nd Avenue on the south,
two new members. Duval Can Ask 3rd Street on the west and 3rd as r, .,nnyl ,
A constitutional amendmenton Street on the east.
last week's ballot changed Godschalk saM the loop designation
the seven.member board of eon. Special SessionTALLAHASSEE could be made Immediately
trol serving four-year terms Ji.... but widening the streets
a nine-member board of regents would take some toe, depending -
serving staggered Dlnt-y. a r (AP) Gov Farris Bryant said today s special on how much money .is made
terms. session of the Legislature could be called to provide emergency available for the project. I
During a news conference help for Duval County's school system endangered by a threatenedloss Parking would not be allowed'on Mission
Bryant said he planned to meet of accreditation.The the arterial loop road and Copier on Mercy
with Gov-elect: Haydon Burns Governor told Ms news conference the only way for Duval would be channeled Into fringe
Monday to get his views County to get s special session would be if the county initiated the lots either Inside or outside the u, S. Marine Corp helicopter file over flooded area south of Da Nan, Thursday.
few matters request loop. on a merry supply mission to South Vietnamese ought In the most disastrous. flood*
will discuss
"We for the orderly transition a of- "If it's of sufficient seriousness; and If we are sure It would Members of the planning staff Inf In their country more than 110 years, llelow the helicopter are the remains of an
government,", Bryant said. "I remedy the situation, and If Duval County wants It, it would give said the parking Iota inside the Important rail and road bridge that formed I life line to the province of central
will welcome his opinions" some consideration to a special session" Bryant said. business district should be timed Viet Nam.Reds.
Bryant said he could name the Such a session he said would give Duval County authority to for shoppers with lots Just
raise funds sooner than It could under normal procedures. outside the loop metered for all-
Duval County's schools faced a loss of accreditation by the day parking for downtown work- Capitalize on Floods
Misses Wife Southern Association of Colleges and Schools when It meets In ,
Louisville Ky., Nov. 30. era.Although members of the plan
But Kills Tot The Florida Association of Accreditation recommended the removal board Informally Indicated ap-
of accreditation for lack of funds, teacher shortage and Improper proval of the downtown traffic Move Openly in Viet Nam
NEW YORK AP) A pump- facilities plan, several questioned the Investment
kin hurled down In anger from a Bryant said he understood the apparent cause of the recommendation of large amounts of -
fourth-floor window by Ralph was a lack of funds over a long period city money If downtown merchants SAIGON. Viet Nam (AP) Vietnamese authorities they had Nhatrang and at Qulnhon
Pierro, 25, at his wife. Lorraine "Short of a legislative session" he said, "no emergency help refuse to help combat Communist Viet Cong guerrillas been accosted by Viet Cong men Thursday.
missed her but struck their can raise additional funds before November 19M! normally existing downtown decay. capitalizing on the floods and forced to tear up their Identity Despite the floods, which have
:3-month-oId son, Ralph Jr., In- "But basically" he continued "the problem must be met by "I'm not Interested In seeingthe that have laid waste to 10 provInces papers. Widespread elimination drowned more than IDOO
Hiring him fatally Thursday police the people" city spend a great deal of are reported moving ef the papers would help and wrecked communications per.sons
said "I am unable to pinpoint the blame But, I remind you that money If downtown merchants openly from the mountains Into the Communists to move with students Salgroi" staged
Pierro was charged with hom- people get from government by and large whet they want from aren't Interested in helping the crippled valley villages of compsrstlvo freedom through new sntlgovernment demonsUa-
icide. government" (See FACELIFT I. Page t) central Viet Nam. the disrupted region tons today. -

Refugees from the flood told Reliable sources said today Shouting demands for the end
the refugees disclosed the Viet of Premier Tran Van
Huong's
I Layoffs at Ford Get Under Way Today Cong movements during !Interviews Infant civilian government, several ..
Rally'Explodes'
.. .. Pep in government relief compounds hundred students slowed
In the coastal mart of (!Vt VIET NAM M Page II}
DETROIT Mich. (AP-The) 500 more at eight' assembly Ford made no Immediate Ford's President Miller said
strike-troubled Ford Motor Co. operations and II manufacturing comment on the charge In San Diego, Calif, Thursday
of locations In several states, that a national Ford shutdown Johnson Pledges to Help
starts a huge layoff workers Including key Michigan installations. The separate, local strikes could result from a shortage of HOUSTON. Tex (AP) An I
in
across the country tonight This will be an immediatetotal bear on Individual attheplantIssues. car parts from the Interlocking exploding bonfire at a high
what Ford President Arjay Miller Mexico in
idle of M.OOO men.. Local agreements supplement production system. school pep rally Thursday\ night Fighting Poverty
says may become a fun the national Ford-UAW Injured six students.Witnesses ..
shutdown by next week. The company made Its announcement contract Ford, like rival General said the $4* feet JOHNSON CITY, Tn. (AP) Dill Ordas was to return with
Week-old strikes by the United late Thursday from Motors and Chrysler, came to high bonfire exploded when s President Johnson pledgingto his wife to Mexico City after
Auto Workers at eight facto-, Dearborn headquarters almost national agreements with the WHERETO student poured gasoline on U "Uke up arms" with MexicoIn another formal session with
ties Including key parts and simultaneously with a union union weeks ago although CM from the top. fighting disease, "poverty" Johnson and a private luncheon.
stamping plants that feed the charge that Ford's "obstinateattitude" was troubled Into last week by FIND IT Some m-400 students were hunger and !Ignorance, pressed The order of the day was net
Ford car production setup are had prevented strike local disputes aQ now settled. lathered around the bonfire at ahead today with final talks confined wholly to business

held to blame. settlements Ford and the UAW gave up Comics . 9Ctessiliod the Normnhore High, School pep with Mexico's PrreldenNlert however. There was the iMtlfa-
M Ken Bannon director of the Wednesday to efforts to settle 19.21 rally when the accident occurred Gustavo Dial Ordax tie tour of the American Pmto
Ford closes all its
If plants, '
total of ISO/ .000 workerswill UAW Ford Department Jawed four of the strikes in top-level Mtertoiiimeiit TObltiMriet Dial Ordas. himself t landslide nl s 400 acres with Johnson
a be )laid off. hourly a statement saying Ford "stub- negotiations here 2 Johnny Crenshaw. 11, appeared election victor who will be as the enthusiastic g bornly refuses" to agree to The union ordered Ks national Opinion Nfo 4 to be the most seriously Inaugurated Dee t as the Mexican In welcoming DIal Ordat
Ford, with 25.500 men on terms at some plants which be Ford bargaining committee to Spots IM Injured. He was blown off the chief executive, was windIng Thursday afternoon. Johnson
strike at the eight plants, announced said management' already had Detroit and proposed a further W.....'. I top of the tire with his .clothes up a 17./hour stay al the said; 'W, art meeting here to +
a layoff tonight/ of J3,. accepted at ether plants. meeting next Thursday afire.ry Johnson Ranch (fee JOUN10N es Page II)



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ANN CARTER: drive should call the U a 1 111 d : UU1I <7S per cent); $3..
UfF Stedeal, JwnafistAlachua Fund office between t un. andIpm. 473 County has ssr- Surpasses Old High (t. per cent).

passed the previous all time Tw divisions had peeked Mrs Barbara Fairt, representing
high! for United FundeolleetfonS. But Still Shy of Goal over their expected contrttwUMgoels George Corrlr_. who beads
last week and sun real the university division. saM
The total reached $10118 their lead. They art Die astkn. the university's goal was unfair -
this week and the srevletshigh al firms division, headed hy bemuse many pmplo. Wed .
was tD'7.19I1D' MM when pushed the total to the sew Lean County campaign which Sam Berry, which has collected eai be payreO actually work r
Dr. Herbert X Stevens was high showed the Tatlahaneo: area .1.... or Ill per cent *f and I'. outside Gainesville r rds
drive chairman.! WeVe already raised SUM contributions had topped the lilt goal, and the University ef She cited aunts h the Ajrt
Divisional! reports were made aura this last y.*r," A e t tta county goal tor the third sue- Florida health center dtY1 oII. culture Experiment Stalk{ who
to Keith Austin csmeslga told die workers, aad .r entire year The Leon goal beaded by CoL Howard ling, paid Into tile United Fee *
chairman, at a report meeting Mored sat extension of the was ftUM and tlMjn has which now !has HJU or las pin through drives as their home
held yesterday at Oo HoCdayIn : drive through, No*. 21 to aDow bra collected with start la mt of Us gaolApproadUBf areas as as example ef people
Restaurant OSM for solicitors to laugh aosi > COfltt.He. their goals are from whom! fee university >V
Chairmen e t p e e till IOW nmentsi The' drive began .. said any ceslrlbtlor the advance gifts prWrwtMitl sloe Is rwpnmibU tot Main-
affected or ptoif since but Oct II with a fool of lutm.AustM who wants to help arrow the and Jvmtty ..... 'They tog a tantnbatlMt. HATTED AND READY TO CO
weeks report meeting: who read a report oa the gap" to the AlxbuaCesaly have calletlad, respective- (lee tCT is rage ft Mexico's ,rteJdtal-tlect and LBJ
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1 Gairieivilla Sun Friday, November. 13, 1964 .



PEOPLE in the NEWS'Briefly. Courses\ Weather RoundupZONES More About Utility Agents



Un'der'U S. FaceliftFrom
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Hold Talks Here


Aid to Begin Pace 1 .

Purchasing agents and utility procedures.AU .
Six new courses to upgradeauto themselves," board member representatives from 34 Florida I 14 cities, like Gainesville,

mechanics and clerl c a I C Clayton Curtis noted. "If they cities met at the Utllltes Operation own their awn utilities. The advantages -

workers, financed by $100,000from 're not going to do anything.' Center Wednesday lor II and savings of havIng -

the federal governor n i'l A Ceminebl. .'.'.11... .4d there's no reason downtown to share' a central purchasing department
one day workshop
mlM MINI Mlowan IffKllKf JO to MMr :
Manpower Development Act, ant 01 Iho .... tnrwgfc '.'unt.,. 1 : \1 can't be phased out. It's being. of more efficiently buying or someone to coordinate
ways
will begin here 4 LM "" !tOt 01 H to. Hlon." toturdoyI I smaller
January vs 4M done In other areas"New for. their cities.ExecuUvl purchasing hi the communities

f School Sup E. D. ManningJr. Partly, clown to. .....""' .11y F\ board member Die 1 !It Secretary Mac Cunningham was emphasized by
Cloudy Htromn toturdoy Low hxilffAlmt '
said Thursday.The M. HIM, loturdiy obout M. Souin.arty : Hoffman, who owns a pharmacy of the Florida MunicI- Ray Perez, purchasing agent

F pl School Board will set up CO wind 11-II mlM Partly por hour cloudy .nn Courthouse Square defended pal Utilities Association said for the city of Lakeland.

shop In the present Volkswagensales downtown merchants in their this service was being providedby Peru was one of three purchasing

and service building on through Saturday. Low tonight response Jo the Chamber of the FMUA. ; agents who conducted

East University Ave short J.y near 60. High Saturday about Commerce's "Operation Face Primarily a purchasing com- a panel discussion on the needs

after the first of the year, Manning M Southerly winds 8 to IS H .. lift" revitalization program. mittee was appointed to assist and organization of city buying.

said.Most miles per hour (The Only tangible result of members In establishing'pur Ike Cheves of Gainesville and
I P O H 1- Oonorolly Mr twilahtond ....
of he $100000 will I I 1 be lolurdoy low tonlgnt In Mi Nl.h5.tud.v the four block downtown face chasing departments K" .Improving Walter Norman of Orlando were

spent on equipment used to wind, Ml I to km"II tot mlM bWM par 0 and,,.loulhoaol ITsMPesAToeea lifting plan developed by the present city purchasing the other panelists.

train automotive mechanics, J eonorolly tolr" Ihrougn loturdoy w \tal" planning department and volun-
r# law toni""'M m MIl Mimd and n n
body repairmen. and general office 75 oo Iho boocftoo. Mlgft loturdoy. n teer architects Is several planter -
_,..... alssweIseNIa0
Soot ond Wilt I M II
clerks. mils Mr hour LIW so boxes in front of the University
K Oonorolly Oil, lhreun lilurOly Jockoomllri IMloml t1 &tl( j
Manning said the money will Low tofilgni' 71 Hlgn totunloy ... lot IT 7' of Florida Seagle Building I

1t cover operations lor. s I Ix- and naur.MuihMil wind, I toI mlin Mr Atlanta
month period. After that, It Is ALMANAClumfl Now.. Orloml ) "II to "Facelift" as a goodwill gesture p.INg ) 0 Ftiwrol Nolle*

expected that the federal government todoy ill am.Mooniot MnMm York' .51 0 ,7" by the UF. The faceliflini ..11IIo pea
Mmr1.4 1.wrrow fell ...... Wothlngton' 1 57Chkw. announced last
will appropriate more program was Survivors Include his I wife
tomorrow I.JO ..m. N sok. SALLIE MANGUM ,
money for the projectThe Fun Mom ...CON5TCLLATIONNon' )* .... City II d July and merchants were told Lola j. a daughter, Miss Barbara

Florida Employment Orion PROMINENT. In _,..... lara 1 S m. PWerM Donvor 5.7J 55 M at the time that the project Mrs. Sallie W. Mangura, 92, Holley of Los Angeles; a son,

Service Is co sponsoring the VlllaLf, Nl PLANITIlotunt trig Hut 7.tl a m.Jvallor Loo Angolotoooltlo a 4. :50 II .13.03 could be completed bet ore' Archer died Thursday In Alacb- Don; two brothers, Cleo and

local school .In IM ooot I.II *m.Kftrt Chrfatrnan if merchants and ua General Hospital following a Claude Holley of Spencer; two
GAINESVILLE WEATHER:
In 1ho ml I 44 .m .
Manning said the courses Vomfc rlooo "" 4m: ..m.CIOAII downtown landlords cooperated short illness. A native of Wake grandchildren.

,t j ., probably will be for 24 weeks. Kay TIDSaVloltirdoy Municipal Airport read- .) Forest, N.C..he- moved to
:) HIM 4t II H o .... end Ings for 24 hours to t Hoffman said roadblock to
a m. a there two
.. .. :s All will be adult courses to update 10.If ,..... low ot 4 ..... and 4 ,...., Archer. from years-
.........i and retrain mechanics I MAIMS FOIICAIT today: High tl at 3:OOpmj "Facelift" progress in the last '

IAP Wlropnoll I. th. Sun) and clerical workers. II sAc titati GULP tnrgugh teutniriy( ..fur...Which". Portly I hi low 87 at 2;00 a.m. Rainfall: two months has been the inability ago.Mrs.. Mangum was a memberof

5-. None. of some tenants and landlords Church. .
baptist
the Archer
Damone in CourtSinger Otis Bell, former transportation
to the
on sharing
supervisor for the School --' agree Survivors include a diu g liter -

Vie Demons sits In a Santa Monica, Calif.. Board will supervise the Manpower expenses of remodeling work. Mri. L. T. Lowery of Archer -

rourtroom Thursday with his present wife, actress Training project The More AIm Architects on three sides of ; a son, Joseph C. Mangumof

Judy Rawllni, where he confronted hla ex-wife. Pier a p pro p r l ntiona will come. the square have already presented Archer; five grandchildren eODWIN MR NUSY .lADSTONlon

,Angell, In a custody battle over their 9-year-old son, through the US. Dept of their merchant bloc I I It and three great grandchildren M*. WILLIAM' HOWARD eODWINFunorol
captain with final plans for .Nvl... Me Mr. HutyOoOwln.
->trr,. The child had been with Minn Angell's mother Health, Education and Wel- Viet Nam OM 15, WK 11II,. WHIlomOixMM. /
Jh New York until alx weeks ago when Damone. fare. Operation Facelift. LEYIJOHNSON .go I4i will M holf' ot t'mPM
,.
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NmmBtr I'MCHOPM
Brought him to Beverly Hills. The judge heard brief Architects David Reaves and Levi! Johnson, 24, 311 NW 8th It J.on...lotwrwy. JOSSW' "....,. Non ,
From 1 Dan Branch, Arthur Lee Campbell Curl will b. I In MlllcroitMtmoflol
testimony: then postponed the hearing until Nov. I Page. and Hanes and Associates Ave., died Sunday In the University tor*.
Myrl
8. through police ranks and assembled of Florida teaching hospital Nu,, 030"44 wa PLNIn." Wee. M
have completed their 443 P.rk1 514 Gunn 0* CItY I
More AboutSchool before the central marict from Injuries received in 01 0..11', .n4 WNUMI Gowln5e. '
OUT OF GAS plans, which they donated as. a In liorg. KM elf' MunoryTho .
About 1,000 persons gathered public service the an auto accident ..._.. wlw Ilvo4 to 0.....-
Jack Benny often the victimof to shout "down with dicta- to project. member of the vlllo, din WMnoMoy Xlonioon when
There has been no final report He was a Inolr fllnlnt. boot litoMy, tumidvor
comic misfortunes on his television orshlp, communism and neu Pleasant Plain Methodist to Muck Font Huff and WMlorn -
tralism. from the firm of Moore and I ..,. lltotlmo raoWofllo el Alocn-
program, had a real one May for the east side of Courthouse -Church of Jonesvllle, Fla. tit Countymeal. .

Thursday. The Saigon government can Square (Baird Hardware Survivors Include a daughter, SONY THIICI Funorol tonkol -

A car that was to bring the From 1 do little about Viet Cong activity f r block). Rose Mary of Jonesville; par for Ruby Trooco Origin ... 77o .
Page Ki. bo Hold M. 710
WolM will
Into In the flooded
performer from the airport regions. Communications One store In the Butler Shoe ents, Mr. and Mrs. Erbin John- p M., on. tonirdoy. Novombor 14,
the traveled few feet ..ndhlllh..ays 1M4, 01 RSlrbank. loplllt' ClwrtllwlHl :
disrupted
city only a are
example, his aptitude might Store block, Stock's, has already son of Jonesville; two sisters *. R. CorlHm, oHklnllng .<...
before running out of gas An keep him out." and railroad beds repainted its building and In- Mrs. Annie B. Williams and lot will( bo M PolrMitkt, Conwlorv ,44.4n -
embarrassed reception committee washed in an area the I tut wrocinx M OiWItt C. Jonorunorol
away Miss Gloria Johnson both of
stalled new awnings, but plan Momo, HorMMOU.IY .
Talbot said he would
found another vehicle recommend nine of New
quickly Jersey. ning officials say this Is the Tampa; seven brothers Elroy,! .
an IQ score of 100 on CUMORD 'unorol Mr*,
standardised mental "This flood has hurt our communications only store on the Square to ,Howard H., Walter and Jessie Icoo for ,_.... Clifford ...11.,. ool
Benny, who will play the violin ability more than thousands Initiate "Facelift" action. Johnson, all of Jonesvllle, Izell 71. Rol -... of N.tvrtl Iclmco Unl.vonlfy \
tests as a minimum criteria for of PlorMo win M Hold ofI
In a benefit performancewith of tons of Viet Cong ex- HALL Hoffman told the plan board and Clarence Johnson, both of ; M P M on lohrdiv. Novombor 14,
the Utah Symphony Orchestra enrolling In vocational training ploslvel could have done," a 1..4 .. ttio Plrif MoMMdltl CnurcfrWIHI
i Thursday that he felt "lots of Gainesville and Erbin JohnsonJr. .... TDofitoo Mltcholl/ toMuctlno I
Saturday night! brushed In high school. JS. military adviser said. of too ....,.... lurlol will bo K Hilt:
individuals do Tampa.
Name New want to something C15,, C_.., Imo,, IK* dlrocllonM I
the Incident off with a shrug I Those with only 99 IQ might "To rebuild all this another but there are tenantland- Wllllomo Ttwnu Punorol, Homohi

be accepted on. probation, he American adviser said, "will ........ AcHvo pollbMforo' will bo
lord problems that often break GODWIN BROTHERS .,_,. .
AILINGRetired J. Coopor J. A. Hurnpnroyl.I
said.They take large engineer units If the UF Health the chain In a block." L. ,...10. A. W. ROKO, Sn..,
would need In Viet Cong tries to Interfere with William H. 24 and U. MN.n.Y, 5. C. Ion
actor Paul Muni!, to score Godschalk explained that de- Godwin k""L: Kmwlu. M.wnry .. .
.. 87 Is under the SO per cent file in reading this work very large numbers DirectorThe Huey G. Godwin, 29, drowned _,.-. will' 110 mamIn. 01 M. 44(1CIN503'e
IAP Wlrophaft td II.. Sun) velopment of the traffic and 01 PlnMNh,4l4' Church.JONNaoe .. .[
I treatment In and arithmetic tests to be resonably of security troops will have to Wednesday afternoon in a boatIng -
"joha McLean Clifford U be brought In to the parking study has been the rea- M. Laos P1.N-N ,
assured of succeeding, secure engl accident at Muck Pond.
Santa Barbara : ,.
.
kn M M JMwe 505 54 Wlll 0
former vice president ef the 1 Calif. for what he said. neers. This could be damaging appointment of Dr. William son for ft/me of the delay. Both were lifetime residentsof MIf If 11'" A.M. M _... _
A. Hall as Director of Stu- "Many downtown merchants bor ,I. NN It ,........ 51441, _
GDrtll' Publishing Ce., ass Is,called a serious Included among other recommendations to other areas If we have to divert Alachua County and members ..,lit Clturcn ., Jonnylllo, win/ ....
b4es elevated to presidency. troops here" I dent Health at the University want to know what the city is of the Eastside Bap list W. 0. Dotinlo conducting tho ....Ie...
heart con which Talbot listed anl.l will M to Plootont ,
Plain Comolory
of Florida announced going to do the director -
He luecedi Matthew CI Illgin, dition. Must, as means of reducing the dropout US. officials felt that the VietCong was today planning Church. William was in chargeof iMor tno dlrgctlon. of Dunce 1

who resigned the pout In an won a rate were: probably got off lighter by D. K "Dutch" Stanley Deanof said.Hoffman the Gainesville City Nursery arglnoro Mortlclont,

lines: company fight but whe because> their base areas are on the College of Physical Education predicted that now plants and grounds department UWRINCa, C. RAY Fimril, oorvteoofar
J.who Oscar In Development of Inservlce and Health that the study is nearing Its final C. Roy L........ ..< U Koylow. >
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board chair high 1II'0und.R.II.f
rpnatBl ea as Is shown for teachers In reading ; Huey was planting superintendent N545. 55414400' p1. wll'' N 55u4. NN
man., programs supplies were being Dr. Hall replaces Dr. Samuel stages and the site for city In the plants am d .. AM. oo PICY. plvmuar 12,

Muni In his state 195(1 and other academic sub rushed In from V.S. bases in Wright! who resigned from the hall has been determined, h e grounds departmentHuey I',,.,,,.M with Jonoi, Rov Momorlol Marl 'ock.Cnopol.... t,

THREATSA ? during jects. Okinawa and the Philippines.The post to become Director of Stu- thought many merchants would is survived by a wife, It.... Mlllon Scrlpfuro 'u,'" will boto .
role In "Inherit ,the Wind. RIvortMo nmorlol' Pork to jorkMtivlllo
Establishment of a shop flood waters were reced dent Health at. Vanderbilt Uni have "made up their minds. Shirley G and a daughter, Loretta Und? ho dlrocllon of 0.

.- year-old musician, HACK HOME and pre-vocational or technical: tog slowly but it was still rain versity. Codschalk said the final I A. William i Is l survived by WIN C. Jaw ..,.., Homo, ItorkoHouHWIIo. .

Israel Nunct Fellclano! has education In all Junior high I Ing In much of the devastated Named the most outstanding study will Include recommerv- a wife, Mary M. and a daughter -' MANNA.ants 4455. LUCYNOA:. OraYnld... .

been charged with threatening U. S. Ambassador Cheater schools: area. graduate of the Harvard Medical dations from an Atlanta traffic Sandy. .tor 51110,0.1454 Mrs Mennl. 1 N pm 7",
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vice; President-elect Hubert H. Bowles flew home today for Establishment ot a teacher The U.S. command In Saigon School In 195, Dr. Hall consultant who was b r o u ght Survivors of both Include a on foul 10M"Comolory' ,. Novombor wltn, fdivord 14, ,...lumowrconducting ot tt

Humphrey. three weeks of consultations recruitment program. sent a team of logistic and med brings to the post a vast range here to review the city's traffic mother and step father, Mr.I ..mo .......,. Rurlol WIN' Ho I
I
flunej was arraigned Thursday -with President Johnson and other Continue the building pro- leal experts to the scene: Vietnamese of experience In research and problems last week. and .Mrs Henry A. Davis of un4.r 5f .:0. Nse C.m40ry,. "':.= p40.n4, I

and ordered held In (300 U.S. officials gram. "Every new teacher hir- medical officials also publications, as well as practical Before the board makes any Gainesville; three half broth CnwtMf.Mm.. M._.. wfw ,..... kl Now Vtrk.Tonn. i

bail for trial. ed means another classroom" moved In, seeking to prevent medicine. recommendation. to the City I ers, Richard Alex and Willard 4144 a:'". Nne..n 54 4 .M : j
York .. ::
US. Secret Service agents ;.. Improve teachers salaries epidemics Technician and dls- Prior to coming to the University Commission on the trafficand I Davis, all of Gainesville two Menln .... l...NnoM/n5. M 'III Nunn In ......"' ..

said Nunei was arrested last "The School Board, Mr. (Supt. aster experts poured In from Dr. Hall was physicianand parking policy. Plan Board half.sisters. Mrs. Lucille Cog 1o _. .ond.. nod Nvod .In Now York tar

Friday;, the day Humphrey ar- E D.) Manning and 1 want Saigon. director of Wellesley College Chairman Arnold Butt suggested -gins[ and Miss Barbara Davis. Cl- will' bo roc..." ot .......
ond Cnoitnut ,
Prldoy Novomlwr ''
rived In the Virgin Islands for a vocational and technical'tralntng Health Services, physicianto that the report from the Atlanta both of Gainesville. from I. om. wiill II 01 om. 11 onIliTio" '. t

vacation. ," Talbot said. "And M other More AboutJohnson the Harvard University De- consultant be reviewed. : .".'..,. """. Oran (.4 p.m. .
"ThIs Is a good start and I CLIFFORD HOLLEY
counties want the same. 'of and
Athletics
official said the partment an
J
A police wAS PU.H. MRI Moll ....
Clifford 71 retired I Peen
Holley
charge probably will be dropped I Chairman Williams said as associate physician to the Peter think the principles are very koo (or ...... Pups. OB, 70. will, Hnold
good," Butt said of the traffic Jnlverslty of Florida professor Of I Ot P M. M N... .
: 'Y. -
far back last the Bent Brigham In Bos- I
February Hospital
islands as
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when Humphrey leaves the of natural sciences died Thursday bor I. 1544Npi., 0.... ... -
Nov. ZOoPOPE School Board reaffirmed its Intention report IM Cnurch M wino', win Rov WoINSPPARO. -
From 1 ton.He The board will study the traffic afternoon at Alachua General Crary 5andu0/1y .... 55rvk.A 'url.'
of beefing up vocational Page served his Internship at will' b. In 34. 'out c..N.n emMn
and parking information Hospital. l NIe 01 OWkM .
In the high 1 NkNl5Nno 1- Mar
training county's Boston City Hospital In 1956.57and !
and work together
talk together to .
VISITPope schools. presented by Godschalk before A native of Spencer. J n d.,
and to take'up arms to- completed his two year recommending any policies to Mr. Holley received his masterof Ml CHAIIIY l|| _

. Pad VI someday may "We haven't ceased In this ether[ against the ancient ene- residency at Boston University the commission. arts degree from Northwestern -,, 4.PvnorM f.'....anent.. will bo for Hold M.,. ot IMooord 555 504..-.
visit the United Stales and Can. effort because of the Junior college mies of mankind disease and School of Medicine In 1959. Tllurwov _OIl II IH4 oten 5. ,
In other action last night the and had .
University been aUP' ....,.. .
Cnurcn. .
ada Alberto Glnvan.nettl Williams said. "Actually and Dr. Hall joined the staff of loCnmt Plo. I.ri'
Msgr
lays! poverty and hunger ignorance board: faculty member since 1951 M will bo to AnttocK Comotory gr
we're doing more In that area NDiaz Massachusetts General Hospitaland dor mo dlroctlon of Roono
4ne Vatican's permanent P nool
Reviewed proposed subdivision He was a member of the official I Homo of 0<.,.. Mr IKmvd Md kvOd .
obi rvlr; at the United Nations. than most people realize. Ordai responded by ..,v. Harvard Medical School asa regulation revisions. board of the First Meth- : m540 0.'....".. ..., for wmgyoorg.
Giovannetti said thurs- Capon report showed that log: "I am here to seal a friend- clinical and Research Fellow ,. dM TMMOV oftomoM to ocoigJOOM
Wsgr Discussed a proposed flood odist Church, Methodist Men Nan a Mrs11111..... Mr. _,
Catholic Gainesville High School Is now ship with a warm handshakewith In 19i9. He became associate "If M C..n.M o WII I meme.r
the Roman
day pontiff plan zoning program that would and the University of Florida 01 ....1..
.... offering 14 programs In agriculture President Johnson from, physician at the Harvard Health ..... ,. enure. Sirrvhrtnt
woijjd make such a trip only In halt future construction hi faculty Chin.Area tl 01 "i 'v oroi _>....
( Wlroonota to Wo I... home economics, electronics Services two later and In .. Motll). ec..*. Mrs LOW
connection with "a religious West Germaa Defeate Mia- me and the Mexican people, and years flood hazard areas until drainage I M 5amN., J__.... -.... _
occasion that would justify sucha later KaI Use Voa R a sari drafting machine shop to him and through him to the I 19M Joined the staff at Welles- solutions are made. .m'401._ IuON. A,0..O.. awneard ..tlll

visit-" paid a eall at the Slate Department training vocational business American people"He I ley College Reviewed a new "cluster Men Help
education and Industrial arts. said he the two : WILLIAMS Ml JON'". Pmrol' MTVkoo -
The National Catholic Welfare was sure development" ordinance to allow tor Mr.
In WasklagteaThursday I : Wllllomo WM bo Hold of
Conference has Invited Pope ). dlnriia political Lincoln High offers 101 programs leaders "will be able to work' Ag Researchers a new type of subdivision Fla. AlcoholicsTwo .' /40/. 1544.PM. on_wodnoMnt... I.. CKogol Movombor w.m

Paul' to attend an International Implications ol the format). (the decimals means pragrams together with reciprocal respect 'development utilizing more : 5.7.. A. 511544. oonowltot moorvleoo. .
without full time Instructors main- To Attend Gainesville men will be lurlnl .m' bo kl Ptoovgt
and Joint cooperation to :
convocation for world peace In .( a multi lateral NATO "open space" land development .- c-- .sd.r MIl 011_
)! n agriculture, home tarn the principles that have among staff members and Dwicon 1.. __ .... Wu
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New York next F>b. 10 20. But force The Polaris
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proposed Homo Uvod of m >w .. ..... .
MeetTen guests of the Florida Alcoholic / MrWllllomo
tailoring -
M i. Glovannettl said "I do not missile ship force concept has economics, cosmetology, inspired our two peoples i Agronomy Discussed a proposed woo a van, of rorig1 wor
business education and In- Rehabilitation Program gathering s P'W-0 woN to rocotnd 01 HI IW
The reason for the
the conference would caused principal amendment to the beverage ordinance XO
thirj controversy a m e a | :. Tor. WognoMoy M S.U (..m.TOON ..
and
dustrial researchers from the Saturday Sunday at theARP'
arts ranch get-together between
define clubs
such occasion. NATO actions. to night
qualify as an
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Florida Avon Park Center to di. JAMII CHAUIIRS -
-- -'- -- There are two fun time adult Johnson and Dial Ordat was Agricultural Experiment and amend the tones where Punorol wnrltoo tor Mr ago

education courses In practical I simply to become acquainted. Stations will attend the night clubs are allowed cuss the State Agency's goals 71 rollrod City .Clor: tor :.7... il
OsUka ...
won.
iwd at M oo .M. ,
.1 nursing and cosmetology offered Johnson acknowledged problems -Will annual meeting of the Next Thursday the plan and policies. M ,...-. Newnur 1o of

AhoutUCF and evening trade extension such as over Cuba do American Society: of Agronomy board will meet to consider zoning They are Ernest Newman Jr., PAW loa. liMlal, l Clwrc WR'. bo Ounallo at Mliltrow, ftmaonrtcao. .'
1- ,
j courses In business education 'exist between the United States Nov. 15 19, at Kansas City, requests for recommendation -M.D. of the University of Flori- -." -L... ,- .MM-44._ao I..5. Pm.S. _.

Industrial education and technical .and Mexico Mo I to the city commission. Ida. School of Medicine Dept dUCtln* IS, WaMMO R''M .MO MdtrocHon
of and U R. Jordan at Jonoo-Mmo
Psychiatry Fvnorol
education "We are here to discuss ; -
The scientists will hear I H""g. Mr. Vognt w one bSdJJ'ni.M > s.
From 1 .
-- Page The county wide vocational them" he said. "And In the special entitled "World Director of the J. HUlls JT* "* ?*** -:: ,
program
ttradshaic GelsKroger Miller Teaching: Hospital at the en CS..M
education uses IS days ahead we will resolve .r. ,---11I...
CGeater Yates chairman fl' M beaded program Population and Food Supply of Florida.Dr. --L_ .
o commerce:, division them In with reason University '"
teachers: 17 of whom are recruited peace "
980. The win be moderated Aicard
the advanced gifts division, said by David Anderson, $1,505; com- from trades and indus with Justice to each other." program Newman win serve en a ,
the-contributions from his HI division beaded by by Dr. Byron T Shaw guest panel Sunday mom 1 Ing
merce lr7.'no's'. The President and Mrs. Johnson George W, Bradshaw m. 211SVino I Gainesville StanI1hOahed
groqji ranged from $23 to the Henry Gray Jr. U.TU ((57 percent welcomed Dial Ordai and administrator of the U S. Department ) Avenue, has b.lB discussing ways in which t II
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$1,200 donated by Southern Bell ); house to house division his wife with a Texas-ityte bar of Agriculture Research awarded a Kroger scholarshipto ARP.can cooperate with the Florida Ii' ....

Telephone Co."That headed by Mrs. James !. Club becue. And It was Inert that il I: Service and win Include ; the University of Florida H, medical community old mnirqi S4.5.v -

figure Yates said, re- Clayton and Mrs. Lea May, $VW f/ I they publicly expressed their i i papers. by four leading authorities 1 vas been announced by Dean providing care and treatmentfor 1pe.w.. Cwnnvfll rXjbailSoii -

ferruif to the telephone e e m- (22 per cent); and .new Council Meet hopes for a close working relationship I In the fields of economics. ,Marvin A. Brooker of the College -, the State's 110.009 alcoholics. Ploxd, CnrMny. GomdtvMK lit' lOt FloHdbxna Jl2f

pants contribution, "doesn't. business division headed by Ed and amicable relations I demog r a p h y, nutrition and ; of Agriculture. ) inMrwt M ascend c.!<>.

Include employe doaatleaiNeitjer Peck. $1,111.Referring Mike Kreshka and Mr. and ictween their neighboring n* trade development Bradshaw plans to we allCM AssaultedGainesville weave It tile Pe OeStce It
does the total figure I to the house to- William I Ge'ewdeNle, fiend.OsCUtATsose .
,Mrs. J. Cody will represent Jons. Participating In the meeting : one-year scholarship to continue

Incljde the Sperry Rand Corporation house category Austin said the Boy i' Club of Johnson said his visitors will be agronomists Dr. Goriest I studies fa) plant science polka today are um IT

which has transferredto "Either the solicitors aren't Gainesville at the FloridaArea make us very proud to be In B. kaun,,,. Dr. H C Harris and agronomy seeking aa foknown assailant CAS an t oa MAIL
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the national firms division." working er people aren't giving Council Meeting today our home and e* eur land" and Dr. C. S. Homer; Dr. Gordon Kroger scholarships art altered who Uyoed a Juvenile Thursday I.I .Wa..*..4|5.4.IS}

Tbj remaining six divisions and Saturday in Miami. Dial Ordai seemed genuinely M Prine. assistant agronomist I to runagriculture t year students b alght at the Kmgborger
reputing noted the following "Last we collected A ( of the with the T. Wallace AI ........... _
year highlight meeting pleated welcome accorded ; Dr. A. plant I and horn economics Restaurant 303 NW IJta SL k send us eote.. .

collections and percentages to- man than $S.000 and the year will be a presentation by Wal him. geneticist.: Fred Clorg. agronomist I at land-pant colleges at the Officer called to the scene ,..,.,. It ,..". ....-. .,

wart Jtieir goals: public division before we had more than $12,- ter Hall director of Regional la the evening there was a ; Dr C F. En: soil microbiologist 1 midwest and south. The award eland the youth lying nncon- c.-..

vaded by Mike Kreshka, DM After the campaign a fol Services of Boys' Clubs I II..dinner for six and Johnson pro. Dr G. M. Valk. oils i ichetaat a based en scholastic achievement rebus ea the pavement He d0 tI .Aa1ar.44 er..fP w..d M N ._.aM aWawY.5a. _

H, Q IM per cent!); commerceI low-up study of the division will America "Coals of Bay a' posed a simple toast to DIU ; Dr W. X. Robertson, 1 and leadership la school '.as token to Alacbua General .. c- anM _.
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division, headed by JamesQulfley determine why the amount b dubs of America Over tie'Ordaa: 'May Mexico prosper ID associate chemist; and Dr. T. L. church, youth er agricultural Hospital for treatment of bead -.r,1e. -_ -or. ...

11 lK6 (21 per cent); declining." t j Next Decade." peace under your le tvsktp..* Yuan associate chemist I Ktnrllks. Juries. i 1.54see.. o .-



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CapitolWASHINGTON (AP) Sea JM FIELDS SHATTERS I PRICES ON I Iil TOP BRA I Itpl" um II,I


retary of Defense Robert S. Me-

the Namara design plans he has to reveal approved Monday foci I il;! i h I I ilil I '''' "' f/(I/ "''Ili''

a permanent memorial grave all I Ilhll II I' I I'iIlhll 'i// IIVI I
Arlington National Cemetery for I I I''I I II 4
the late President John F. Ken I,, I I'll'uI
nedy. I II
McNamara announced Thurs j I
)I
day he had approved the design I I.I''
by architect John E. Warnecke I)
He said It has also been approved :
by Kennedy's widow, the !

Kennedy authorities family concerned, government with the I .1 ;! 1 I

design the Commission of Fine
Arts and the chelrman of the

mission.National Capital Planning Com-: QUa .1TY SYLVAN IA MOTOROLA I RCA VICTOREMERSON

X nedy'a grave on a slope at Discount
Arlington has been without a ,;,
permanent marker since his burial I:
last Nov. 25. The I I ,I r' 1 I /
Army VIII I,, I IIII
which runs the cemetery put a II! III'llil'r, '
wooden fence and temporary y II I
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walkways around the grave and I I I I I III l I IIIII 'II '
its eternal flame.So 4111/xu IYUI WY LWYWIII. 21'
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far millions have visited
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court Judge a lawsuit has In thrown which the out National of-1 I COs399 \ $

Education Association -
sought\ to force the Defense Department ,
cOf1'l
to pay higher salariesto RCA G LORTABLE,e e"ilon in 0 2 9 8
the 7,000 teachers In Its overv- 1\ mod tt \. "
leas schools. : 'W' tab"l S a 49
U.S. Dist Judge George L. : 1'I .. :
Jart Jr. gave no reason for'dis FwMeroroti CONSp4E styled ]
missing- the suit but Indicated booutitu\l.
In ...
the have better been .Q1.ORaloe T'I
case might 21. binet. 1 1conttCorory
taken to Congress.The I con solette G 9 Giant 274 square Inch picture viewing
NEA. said it Is considering S .re*I,

an appeal. CQt4s \. I In a ._.,r Custom d.lu. powerful Emerson color _
The average teacher salary In "C A icto01l 1'1 \'It.\t color chas.iatCOfult
overseas schooJ! Is about $4,720 t .
compared.with $8.660 In large 1\ bri\\ionc sty le. '-' COMP [", festal eutamatle color
US cities, the NEA said. full\\\ \cOflSO 1. superb S 99 I .,,, hersro.is.rWBpY .

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Aeronautics. Board investigatorsare 2The coto' rec epboy cons. 9 1 1 Alnico 5-magnet Golden Voice, rich, "".
finest
looking Into the sudden, violent rrod ern"v S S a eI." ..ptok"IQl'dSOfC'l"

descent Tuesday night of a h SERIES COston- I.,.., guarantee an all tubes and partstAouep
jet airliner carrying 100 persons pRjI1TOR } ..
from Honolulu to Los Angeles. I 'IIit". 9 eOW10 Hondiame Coftt./IIp..tl.d wood -
The Incident occurred some st rero fled cam'chassis. fREE rQ1 With B/W 23" T.V. trod. 2 yes or l I.... eobin.tcolor
I 200 miles southwest of Los Angeles 1 ler>9lf i .r.d You may purchase a labor policy for any
as the Pan American
length of time
t World Airways plane preparedto .'--='m ..._.......m'_........_.". ...... __"..."." _. ._,"..,.._" ... ...... .. ,,,. .... ., ..n.. ....your ."........._.. ....... ........... ,, .. ._. .._.. ...'I II ''.n
descend. The at Boeing feet 707, I I Ir1111111 I''! I I I nil IhII i pI IhIII I PBlllr'1'1'111'' ''iliPllpl Ih I I Il gmrl l lq X811 mimeo II nlq,, I Ihill InIn11InIIII lI' 11111 Ia III III In I"III",I rh uiIllilni nl, ,I I
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started shifted suddenly to drop swiftly 37,000 and then I I l1P;/ I, 'Ill)1, I IIII I iI I III I",I I I I,Ilh I '/1r, .,...../ ,4/111/'I// ,,. /' IIIII llllill I I I.. I III1111111111111IIIIIIIIII! I I II I

q after leveled feet.There having off a few dropped seconds to 25,500 later ,;III' IIJIIIIIIIIII I I I II'I II'I Ii I I I IIIIIIIIN I l, I l -ec. ll llIII I

were no reported Injuries _. _
among the 11 passengers '
and nine crew members though I I 1
some passengers said they became
airsick. The plane landed I'II' YOU DONT NEED YOU DONT NEED '
safely at Los Angeles Internatfdial -
Airport some 55 minutes CASH TO SAVE COLOR CASH TO SAVE
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'U. S. Judges I i iI I; CHARGE IT CHARGE IT .

Make Tour / I TAKE 60 DAYS ; TAKE 60 DAYS

I 'w l AT NO COST AT NO COST .
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$_ -I OR 36 MONTHS OR 36 MONTHS

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There's the story about the institution gov-- 1 1 Ill ; Il 1 1 iI i II I II III I I I I I mil I II I''
ernor touring a state penal l l Il Ill I NO MONEY I II II IIN uMxnpp l N/Iln/ a I IIII NO MONEY
Ire ..
when he was met In a I li 1.I. IIII I I
I
4! narrow convict. hallway by a life-term j ''I I'I'1//1 I I I I I it DOWN III'' III 11''IINp' u I P I Ii DIlml I 11 )a)tells,I.. Iij !I III I !I.I' DOWN !

11 II I II ( I i NII 141 11II IIII' Iil IIII 14 Illflll I ; il I,Ill I ,' ,.
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brushed IIII IN ( I II hi.l II,I tl I i yIN II ,/ 1 ( l'y I II I'I' I ,I I II II I I f
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said .I I / 11 x
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: I here Judges Thursday were touring as 34 the federal U.s. ':" RCA VICTOR 21" COLOR TV

:, called penitentiary from his and cell a: "I prisoner hope MOTOROLA 23"COLOR TV CONSOLE I'!III!" Uniurpaiud oll-cUnnol UHF-VHF reception I Swivel cabinet' !II

you can cut some sentences." I Ihr I' (mope lot ell" ctoe-I crew' ...A ci.orf' Sups'
Has all 82 UHF-VHF channels! Giant color
picture tube! ,
i xi The Judges knew he was Joking I ..ear Her Vise turvr., In'p.a.d color ch.e
and Joined In the laughter. II I in w.a b't 21,000 veins N pc/u.e power
'At another point in the tour ;I .': GI...._' RCA hMidtllty/ color ,.... ....,... $ roo '
U.S.; Dist Judge Francis L. Van 'III' Y""I" prf. crisp, clear 'I'': rive.. color purlfxr, lnt n Dusen of Philadelphia was approached 'Ii,i blockend! -whit., tool( HaIlC//-",," color cKot. ,,44, Juo.c_ ......... Scent, l cobiral In m.nng. I
in the machine shop lit Orthjm-mod't YHF color tunorl 5*golden Onlycoo .... ...:.... .-e. 2" *... ", ""', WIll '
by i young man In nil late 20s I I'I' voc. spvaktrl Trim. walnut venom and so v"oee61./ .,") 0nlyra >t>
who asked If more law books acted hot oocIecalllNtl with' tit wdm/t" fin.kh. .
t
t could be acquired for the prison .374 m.'m.Hawing" ana.Modl 33O302A
p library. I FREE HOME TRIAL You Mutt Qualify
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-"They don't have as many III II

1 here as at Leavenworth or ''iI- ... ,. ... .. .... ,'dl
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Atlanta" the prisoner com- _.:".' "... :::::::: .". -" :;;
d plained.
Although the tour had its
lighter Tnonwnts, Warden 0. G.
Blackwell, who onct headed
Alcatraz considered the visit a
most serious thing.
it gives I the judges >n ePJ>or'tunityl
sea what kappena to an
!sot' after he's sentenced?
Blackwrtl said. "We have the

responsibility to carry out the IH-FM STEREO CONSOLE Sfirto and AM-FM Radii
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VH. f..._ wo Orcviniin MMHW.THE By RALPH McGII.L national politics !It.tart con.
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rrM WASHINGTON Usually
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IfJlHlMf Slates 3
till ,......, '. PtlMM of 2 ,500 voters
SUN'S POLICY '' .1 CmsIaI: sldered tactful or wise to slap the faces
11J 47'1o,7oe and tell them they are misguided conservatives and hence

Report the n,wi fully find impartially In the Stews columm. NationsArc to blunt for the defeat softened when the other party ecu
2. Cxprett the opinions of the Sun In-but only In--tdltortolt. 42.000,000 Yolls.n .
}. Publish all sides Of Important controvortlal' IMUOI i, h I. far more plausible for the 28,500,000 to ask In this

The Sun's All 3 .1111 case why the winning party was provided with such a i substantial -
telephones: departments ? number of votes by citizens who voted Republican

1rLrrL In 1960.
StirringCertain But today Republican governors and other leaders In

''t'"tkLrA the party who call themselves "moderates" or "progres
I We Like You TeacherWe qW. sives" or "liberals" are proclaiming loudly that the "con..enativ. .

foreign newt Items .." must be repudiated and that control of the Republican

are preludes to decisions to Party must be turned over, not to the M,500,000
have seen dedicated Gainesville director. History, long division, be made In Washington with. # \ who supported the party ticket, but to the 8,000,000'who

teachers catch and hold the attentionand English grammer, drawing geography In the next weeks. deserted the Republican nominee.AS .

imagination of two of our :young -or whatever subjects the "cur- Premier Chou En-lal Is In

sons. To these teachers we are forever riculum" requires-roll by on theday's Moscow along with Commu- A !MATTER of fact, the reason why President John-
nist leaders from Western son won such an overwhelming victory Is directly related
film with the teacher observing
grateful
,
-
and supported the
Europe talk things out with to how many Republicans crossed over
directing, questioning, testing, the Soviets. For Chou, at AMtLlthf opposition party. Even several top ranking Republicans
We have developed a great "faith"in recording assigning and "keeping order least the Journey Is one of running for office abandoned their party1 nominee for the

education in this country and, ." After school of course the com- exploration. He shares the "Why do you Americans stay where you're not wonted?" presidency,

by and large, that fatih has been mittee work, teachers' meetings,'con- curiosity of many world lead- The Republican Party todayis
In a state of disarray due
justified. Education has brought ferences with parents, the grading of ers who want to know more BARRING WORLD CRISIS to the conflicting ambitions of

greater economic progress, better papers, and tomorrow's preparations.After about the new men In the individual leaders, and due

standards of living, and a higher Kremlin and the mood of the also to the successful effort

level of literacy and intelligence viewing this film one feelsa Russians months.In the post Khrushchev Time of President Johnson over

throughout the land. It has also, we little less ready to lay the respon- for Internals'' the presenting past several an Image months of conservatism in

think, helped to perpetuate the basic sibility for the "crime wave" at the CHINESE TRADE representatives ranging from tru--

principles and traditions of freedom teacher's door-or hold him account are In Paris It is gsllty In the public sector to
RICHARD WILSON ,
Peking that By to outwit and outlast the Communists support In Congress may exceed -
now turns
and democracy. able for other moral aberrations in to the friendliness to business In the
Chief Cowles .
Western world for grain.I Nor Is there any numerically the Northern -
society. France will sell a milliontons. Washington Bureau solution In Cuba on the hor- Republican Southern private? sector..
Like all other public agencies, the China has been buying WASHINGTONThree izon. We are still In the long conservative coalition In the Whenever a landslide occurs

schools have been the target for cri- This is not to say that the teacher cereals for the past two main factors appear to be pull In both these areas of the House of Representatives. it can be taken' for I
shaping the Johnson administration world. Therefore, he has, on the granted that there was an Intensity I
ticism and dissatisfaction from time The million _
years. ton
does not exercise a strong and continuing deal plans for the future: Under these conditions the whole, the general conditionshe and depth of feelingon '
to time, by disaffected patrons or influence upon the youth who would triple past Imports. No drastic action In Viet Namor President Is able to considerthe wished for along with a the part of those In the I'

unsympathetic minority groups. But, are in his charge.' One cannot go this European deal. politics enter Into Cuba. A continued split need for another tax cut, mandate to go ahead as he majority which caused themto

in the main, the schools enjoy the through the experiences of the school between China and the Soviet expansion I of the welfare began his administration Ignore also the candidatesof
wholehearted support and loyalty of The Common Market 'has Union. A favorable economic state, and new concepts of which he Interprets as unit- their party for Congress
the when educators day, side by side with the teacher granted France a subsidy of outlook. federal state part nershlp ing the nation for further social and state legislator
public-even without sensing a "moral direction"of about $48 million to clinch These factors add up to Indicate without resorting to big Increases and economic progress. Straight ticket voting/ Is customary
themselves are at odds with respectto effort, an outgoing personal In- the deal. This will enable the a period of relative in military spendingor This Is an Inviting prospectbut when there Is a

philosophy and practices. terest and concern on the part of the French to reduce their i u r- tranquility permitting attention public works to keep the one which could easily be strong reason for supporting
plus to manageable 1 e vels. to domestic problems economy humming. upset by International devel the top of the ticket and making
teacher and commitment to"values"
Sometimes our "faith" in the a Sale of French wheat in Eu- and the adjustment of military One of the more novel opments. sure he Is elected.

potency as a panacea for all ills has which he hopes can be instilled rope has been difficult, and expenditures. President ideas now being given serious THE LATE PRESIDENT Split ticket voting dependsIn
into growing minds. Johnson calls it a time to be- attention Is kickback to the dif
that have blamedthe this had caused General de a Kennedy's prospects were large part on how the system
been so great we Gaulle to threaten to with gin creating the "Great So states of large portions of the ferent only In degree when of balloting Is applied Indifferent

schools for all the "breakdowns"in This week, American Education draw France from the market ciety" an Indefinitely described federal tax revenue, perhaps the Russians created a new states. Voting machines
society-from corruption in government condition which Is the as much as 120 S3 billion crisis In Berlin. He shifted i used mostly in the I
Week, we would like to put the teacher goal of some 15 task forces annually. This would be which
to crime in the cities. Al- on a rapidly from plans big cities, are not understood
read hear that In the spotlight. lie is the star France has granted diplomatic now at work on projects no-strings attached basis a included tax reduction debt by the average voter;delplte'I'I
most every day we or I
recognition to Chi 1 Ins.
of the piece. He stands at the ranging from disarmament to kind of foreign aid programfor retirement and spending re all the training and education I
the schools are falling down on the heart and center of the educational We may expect more tradeas how to prevent an economic America and likely to be ductions in about equal that has been given on I
job of moral training or health training the autumn harvest comet recession next year. ProgressIn highly popular with state gov- amounts. We were quickly this subject especially In
or citizenship training or that process. Good equip on the markets. domestic fields would be ernments which can't collect back In the old crisis atmosphere the schools. The tendency is

they are lax In discipline, indifferentto ment and good administration are The North Atlanic Treaty difficult In a more disturbed the revenue to meet their with the main emphasis to vote straight across the

the "slow" pupil, or remiss in the important, but good teaching is Im- Organization (N A T 0)) was world condition. But appar growing problems. on military security.Mr. board where the word "Dem-.
R'l. perative. Turn your own mind backto formed after the Second ently it la the central conclusion Kennedy's "Grand De.Ign" ocratic" or "Republican" Is
of the three
teaching your school days. What are the World War. Its main purpose of those who advise the MEDICARE HAS a good was shifted to the back placed conspicuously at t h e
then was to create a force President that the change In chance for passage at the burner and the problem was top or side of the lists. .To
There should be a realistic film ofa deepest impressions that linger in that could halt a mass move- government In Rusala was as next session of Congress to meet each day's new crisisas pick and choose by splitting

typical teacher's typical day In- your mind? They are the attitudes, ment of armies from Russian much due to Internal failures opening In January with Its It came up, and the crises a ticket Is difficult for many
ideas, understandings appreciationsthat of the Khrushchev administration Increased Democratic major kept coming voters. The
school-and after school. First he holdings Into Europe. same thing happens
as to the break with ities. President Johnson foresaw Rejection at the polls of the where
there
rubbed off on from are paper
faced with forty lively you a "veryspecial"
she is
or WEAPONS China or the back down in this condition and thus Goldwater hard line of R u gala ballots, and when there Is along
children whose Interest in living Is teacher-a teacher who "got hundreds HAVE changed. Cuba. Therefore It Is not expected made Medicare the unfinished Viet Nam and Cuba relieves list of candidates for
Many of
Soviet missiles
far more apparent than their interest through" to you. In that China and Russia business of the last Congressso the public pressure on state and local offices. The

i In learning-forty different personalities the strategic are place cities-and aimed Industrial at will Jolt) hands to disturb the that it would remain In the the President. He could never voter doesn't want to take too
peace of the world In the Immediate forefront of new programs he know until! Nov. 3 how
just much time
the slow, the accelerated, The teacher teaches many things centers of Land to cast his
Europe.
future any more than would offer on his own In Jan- great that pressure was. Now as other citizens
{ the happy the moody the psychologically in hii classroom historical' facts armies are not now the Immediate they have in the past. uary. Johnson foresaw h I sown if he has luck and if the are numerous waiting In line to vote.

1 disturbed. Through class period scientific principles, mechanical I threat. NO PULLOUT In Viet Nam victory with an IncreaseIn central concession on Russia Also, there Is often a fear of

{ after class period the forty move skills-but In the broad curriculumof France, with General d e appears to be planned, as Re- the House majority of 30 to and China Is right he may messing up the ballot In

| -and through' the noon hour when life the subject he teaches best is Gaulle back In power, barred publican orators predict. 40. The gain appears to be have a chance to begin carrying marking it or In pulling
lunch sitter himself. American aircraft from ed during the c a m palgn. It just short of his top estimate. out his mandate. No wrong levers on the voting
the teacher often serves as
French banes. That was a de looks like more of the same, For the first time In m a n y president has ever had a bel machines.
< playground watcher, or traffic cision of two years ago. a long, hard, costly attempt years the admlnlslrat 1 Ion' I ter chance.

t Since that time France has THE AMERICAN electorate .
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extended her nuclear power. POLICY ON CASTRO probably did more

That power Is relatively straight-ticket voting In last


: [! Voice of the People small.pon General force But de Is any formidable.Gaulle nuclear has wea While The Cane Grows other week's While In election some many than years.Republican In any


I I threatened further to educe. leaders now are urging that
I
--- .Oil The Sun's Opinion Page. -- France's role In NATO. The JTrui flnrk gtmra Castro counts on a succession threatened on the East by a there be a return to "t h e
general no longer bell eves BY C. L. SULZBERGER of revolutions In Latin jealous, revisionist China I mainstream," or to what the

OomloM, .,t ...._,.. .. 3se NOOOM.. ... otic. *** In the Voice. of the '_1. eels,.*. Ultwtmint that NATO fits today's d e- PARIS In contemplating America to establish sympa. that tries to weaken the Soviet conservative Republicans calla
.. ....... 04 O... the .....,'. sad...,. Mourn will ko withheld If ".....,.... A kltor .h..... mands. future policy towards Castro thetic governments and end position in foreign Communist "me-too policy" there Is
] set ....... 500 wends ..4 Wee .. writtM sa only. OHO M.. .t Iko ....,. Poetry ......, .. u.o4. Tkluo This country has proposeda Cuba's Isolated hemispheric I and In der- still a substantial number of
.... ,. ... .. .. ... .' the United States mast approach parties u n
M II HeM to rolott oaf Ie. or to .. It. without ckooflitf the mould* ot He realizes Republicans who believe that
......_._.. nuclear surface force to be problems posed from position. that his, developed lands, Russia win
1
manned by Integrated crews. three separate angles. There like most revolutions, must surely be much more Inclined the two party system re-
: Helpless Hulk' day, October 29, you endorsed little too far and really getting France has rejected It The Is the problem of Cuba Itwlf be dynamic and must spreador to ease relations with the quires a difference rather
Mayor 8 urn.. "By out of our (the citizens) British Labor government There is the problem of all else be doomed to atro West. Any such broad policy than a similarity In the doctrines

: conscience" It would seem hands. Are we going to sit has announced a policy that Latin America and C a stro's phy. The United States must Intention would probably of the parties.
Wastes Lives that there was another choke. back and watch those darn means abandonment of any vision of spreading revolution.And therefore take pains to ward weaken Castro's position, especially Unity in the Republican Party

You are constantly reminding Commies do to us what they nuclear force whatever and there Is the problem of off the danger of Ideological If he can't export however, will not be soon
4 EDITOR, Sun: Well, an your public of "respon have done0 other countries dependence on this country's the disunited Communist bloc, upsets In Latin America and his revolution In Latin Amer achieved by accusing the
other J25 million all thot0 sible" and "Irrespon 11 lb I I." ? Do we really have as striking power. Its relations with Cuba, Its to accelerate the pace of reform Republican progressives of

C Mars In a "Helpless Hulk" Journalism. Your endorsement much "Freedom of Relig willingness to support that so u to reduce revolutionary Ica.CUba relies on a very long disloyalty, any more than It

G as you described It on FrI- of Mayor Burns was so ion" as we think we doT THIS HISTORIC alliance\ Caribbean stepchild and the pressures. If Castro sea p lane for Soviet support will be accomplished by dls-
a day's front page. This same half hearted and wishy- Or are we simply making not breaking up because of degree and duration of such cannot develop some kind of It Is the only Communist garaging the earnestness ind
$21 million could have built washy that methinks someone fools of ourselves this country's policies. The commitments.At showcase on his offshore !Island country that doesn't have a convictions of those w b ?

t about 23 miles of modern was dictating over your rise of Red China as a tradIng this moment Cuba's his appeal to the mainland Communist neighbor. It is stood by the Republican tick-
'
I limited access highwiy. According shoulder. Although times are changing nation and one that has economy Is In bad straits and will decline. thousands of miles from t h e et and who sincerely believ-
I feel the foremen- ed In Senator
e to comparative accident I would apprec late your two vast to move Into in terms of any sensible economic nearest Ideological sympathIzer. Goldwater's opposition
l rates, this would mean comments. honed statements should not power link to Russia, CMtro's Tins PROBLEM Is In turn tn many of the radical -
J a saving of approximately be omitted from our public Southeast Asia plus her willingness related to those of the Communist spending doctrines of-. Ilie -[
MRS. H. M. LEVY JR. strongest supporter For an these "" "
contend I 11
to with Russia reasons,
bloc and relations between Democrats.NOR .
schools. I feel it limo. -
two lives per year plus many tly much depends on the valueof would
shots" In the for leadership of the Russia and China. Relations seem reasonable that: WILL L'NJtY""IIl"mt-:
C dollars and much suffering "big government
Cuba .
the next
nl the Robert sugar crop. Washington
( primary should
combl)
Communist world Is having n e,
of Russia and China Republican
be
encouraged
additional non-fatal that Party
from the try to impress ev- U.S.S.R. than
costs the more Its
as Cuban
choke. lathe
King High was wr an Increasing impact onFrance's with each other policy an attitude If
accidents that would be prevented eryone with their tactics as two million a year. Hew affect the of In such matters as
electloa betweea Sues. watchful
In '
foreign policy value of Cuba as a cold waiting selecting a national chairman
just on this one short elected -
and soon as they are or long will a new Moscow regime Cuba itself further
Holky Bum was our Insurance
stretch aren't Yugoslavia Is about to become with its war base. Russia still seems there is a tendency to
appointed. Why they faced ewa In Latin
America
our choice. CB cleace dictated against Inimical -
back and an active trading customer to desire to spread world Ignore the wishes of the 25,-
The thought of crumpledwreck.g. thai able to lit enjoy stark problems wish to continue revolutions and
and broken bodies, der Ml ever.1r.llllt..IIou.EDITOR) life for a while Instead of trying of the European Com- financing! this opt r .. revolution than by military by political means rather and exploration of Soviet Inten patient- 500 who did ticket rote Will for the control'of Republican _
much of It preventable by to make a drastic mon Market There are European lion? tions.
wiser allocation of our tax Silent change? leaders who believe to prefer peaceful coexistencewith tile party be turned over. -
Prayer that If others of the middle the West whereas C h Ina to the ',ooooeo Republican; ... .
money, makes shooting off IF CASTRO'S agricultural WE WONT know for .
In Soho U -Int thil ss European Communist bloc Is more bellicose. If the Cuban another who crossed to the Demoer- -
t "helpless hulks" to Mars look luck helps alleviate the six months just bow much tic .
revolution
a little silly, doesn't It? .ear the oplnk > attain more Independence strain of bad planning and cannot expandto sugar Cuba -iH produce Party on November IT .
COl'RTUND A. COLLIER EDITOR. Sun: Not long >.* ul our citizens of Gaines they, too, may turn to trade two bad harvests he will be the mainland and If Cuba year and therefore whether next They changed s popular
ago the "Lord's Prayer"was ville.NILKNARP with the countries of Europe.The enabled to meet some of his begins to cost Moscow more the Cuban venture's majority of leas than UO.OM
than It Is worth the Krem economic In 1MO for the Democratic
.
denounced in tremendous Soviet debts. But if be has strain .
1 public victory by on Russia will Increaseor
The Choice lin's Interest could diminish.It presidential nominee Into a
schools. At that time, as wellas President Johnson profoundly another poor crop the economic decease. Nor for an approximately -
already let Castro down majority of more than 13,00V
now, I felt this was a very Impressed Europeans. It question may become ee,. In 1903.Feasibly similar pert o d. 001 ta 1964.Certainly.
: Was Straight serious mistake. If they do Now that man can overtake made this country's I Image critical for this reason as will we know whether Moscow If the recrMra--

not at least stand and elY the bullets be fires, the stronger. n strengthened Inside Cuba everything Is well u to appeal to Chinese and Peking win even aerlousIy lion and bitterness continuee,
p EDITOR, Sun In the first "The Lord's President's hand and Influ- In short supply although the try to mend their I
Prayer, why next step Is la catch up with truculenco Castro takes pasta It may In IMS! cause a sub.stanual ..
I Democratic primary this not at least have one minute the angry words he speaks nte. revolution caa probably stumble to emphasize Cuba's military rift. part of the M.SOO.Ooe
I year you could not by conscience of silent prayer Would this and U considered actions betake So we almost certainlyshall along, pulling hi its belt. importance. Certainly a baseat While we renew attempts who voted for Senator Gold-

t endorse a candidate be asking too much. *. see the vice president Economics rarely destroys the doorstep of both the to Improve our ever-all Latin water to line if to eppwiUoo .
for governor. In the run off, Now be It fact, rumor, or e-- T.1."r. derv) elect Journey to Europe. He revolutions and Castro's tf reline t' S.A. and the Panama Canal American position we will to any Rtpublkaa nominee .

t many of us will long remember what, I have heard seme I may even visit some of t the seems stable by But no Is worth a gnat deal to amply have to sad: T. wait chosen by the less than 11.ene. .-
your acid attack on thesegregationist news reports that they are countries of Africa. Sometime means wholly popular. Ru .Ia. The quesikm b How while Qumtt sad Soviet ide.oiegist .OlIO who failed to support
Soviet aid Is 1mp< Thanks to automation most
1 mayor of Jack trying to .have the words to Wtt we shall ice the much Is tt worth in global argue and while Cu- A party's candidate to the
el the work of the future win depends on it Castro baa
sonville. Haydon Bums, and "under God" taken out of the President meet with Europeans economic imperialism terms If Moscow" wants a sugar grows On these 14 election. AH this could
be done would label as -
machines but arguments and
1 your endorsement of Mayor "Pledge of Allegiance.- by and, detente Washington thai growth even molt at the setting up
separately with
similar d-
love will manmade a dope our Castro
always be
Robert King High. On Thurs think this Is policy may depend. sent time of a third party,
going entirely a the Russians.
: sere am (J e.Ie a ree..a ence on the U.s.A. IT RUSSIA owtwuee to feel .
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FrMey November 13, 1964 Gainesville Sun S

years ago lo become that becomes available after t
to Be Called Manning Center) tendent. 'the first of the year
: This means that .Uplfin-I On January 1 he win move

V will be eligible for down to Talbot's present job as

It win b. the E. D. Man. 1. He will be replaced by William for the county's fleet of school of superintendent- I board member-elect Joinerwill 'calfe Elementary School.In to Y'e first _principal's curriculum .supervisor.COUCH'S .__ ._
fling Administrative Center I S. Talbot. buses. ,
instead of the Alachua Boardof Williams, In his motion, cred-- Williams said a plaque bear- It was widely rumored that If: succeed Lester Hedge also 1 another move affecting the

Public Instruction Building ited Manning with having established ing the new name of the administrative '-he appointive system had prevailed i on run January for reelection 1. Hodge did not two superintendents, the board AlwaysFIRST
on January ,1. a model administrative center Is being made. In the election Manning reinstated Talbot u a principal
had the Inside track to the office I
The School Board Thursday center on his own initia Manning was not a candidatefor Joiner said he thought nam- retroactive to the date be resigned
from a sympathetic School ing a building after With The LATEST
unanimously passed a motion tive.The reelection this year, having Board a living to become an active
who would have made
offered by Board Member Wil- complex built underManning's staked his career u a superIntendent the appointment ,'person was "an" exceedingly I candidate for the superintend-
lard Williams to rename I Its administration I n- on the appal n tlve serious move. 'ency. This restores Talbot's tenure
headquarters at 1817 Northeast eludes the main building which school superintendent referendum When the referendum was Williams pointed out that this under his continuing contra FOR TV OWNERS ONlY
University Ave. after Slip houses the offices of the super- which was defeated In last soundly defeated, Manning kept was not a precedent Several *,t as a principal.
Manning. mtendent's staff, a material year's general election.At his word and did not file as a schools are named after persons The board also restored Manning
center which handles c o u nty- that time Manning said no candidate for reelection still living he said, among them lo the same contractual University Illinois
superintendent Manning, who has served is wide the distribution of films matter what the outcome of the The only objection for renaming being Howard Bishop Junior I status he had when he left the Develops Revolutionary'
since 1957, retires and educational materials, and, referendum he was quitting polItics the complex was regis High School, Myra Terwilliger jrlnclpalshlp at Stephen Foster
from the job on January a garage and maintenance area: u a means to the office tered by Jasper Joiner, school Elementary School and MetDevelopers- Elementary School nearly eight New TV Antenna


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Gainesville Little Theatre GENERAL HOSPITALNov. Hayes and baby boy, Sibbie USES SAME BASIC DESIGN ,
School Board, behind the'Norwood
,
opens tonight with "The Ugly 11, 196 Kirkland Waddell Wallace and will pay M cents'closed doors of an executive, Coy. Hope and V Q. Mc OF HIGH.POWERED SATEL I
American" by Bernard L u bar,, BIRTHS I for their school lunches Instead
: Alicia Gan White.
,
adapted from the best selling Mr and Mrs. Willie Cunning. of the present 36 cent charge session Thursday, listened to Hope asked that the session LITE TRACKING ANTENNAS. i i'er
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novel by William J. Lederer ham, 744 NW 8th St, a girl; POLICE, FIRE REPORT beginning Nov. 23. a proposition from two Gainesville be a private on grounds that the tint tim inywhtri-IFO m".
and Eugene Burdick.It Mr. and Mrs. James Renfrew Accident roundup The School Board adoptedthe developers who want to his group was not ready to divulge soak, ivnlibli, to TV cwrwt the win*
sell school sites northwest of Inn 'b| prrde>thi MW Mil |iin IVtnlinnt
Is the story of American 3530 SW 24th Ave., a boy.ADMITPEDt Involved in accidenta reported new price for meals consumed Gainesville. plans for future develop d v.loon) br the fintou I*
Influence in Sarkhan. Here, by the Gainesville Police Department by teachers In school I ments. : Itiml iiuwck libontotiii' ol Mil tint.
Communism challenges Americanism Mr. Donald J. Stone Debris and the Alachua County cafeterias/ Thursday, followl g After the meeting, School I Manning said the School I whip It HtiMlt.
for Asiatic friendship I H. Cunningham, Mrs. Marie 0,. Sherlff'f Office during the a recommendation by Mrs. Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. laid Board only had two sites left Dtlil"ttlICCOIdl.' to rwwly. ducovirrtniltitmilieil ,
toward securing valuable political enarte, Kenneth J. Pettengill. past 24 hours were: leta Matthews, supervisor o f no commitment whatever had for future expansion, and would thll l formulii M rim.*'It*t.ill1.1 and bight ywrecipiwi
alliance. Add to I hit John Thompson, Joan Hunter, Motean S. Green, K5 SE 8th the county's school lunch pro- been made by the board to a need to acquire from five to COIN or lite mt while All ton" plus
struggle a Miriam Stewart, Jack U. Barnes -,Ave. and Guy Williams Jr., 705 gram. proposal made by developers eight additional) sites within I tying fM ittfM.
love story, a Jr., Freddie Mae Green all NW Mrd Ave., at 8 St p.m Mrs. Matthews said the new the next two years. Sound'fMtuur Huntdi TVowiwth
touch of aim- of Gainesville; Daniel R. Har- Thursday at SE 4th Ave. and price was statewide and came "But we told these men we so;w area thought M, tw-imhl lhteniillri !
p
A Sun rison Alachua 11th St.John. I about under a recomputat I Ian To Describe will have to wilt until the i If 0 H| iiririM IPV mil won
Istry, a ,".newspaper ; Mary L. Cas- survey < lewd lilt bit *ilM"c.. C.UIlO.
scandal nets Lochloosa, Fla; Etta W. Tucker, Box SOI and 'by the State Dept. of Educe team from the State Department fM IMIt 11I10111II1101I.iJm. .

and a toast .to Review While, Lochloosa; Rosa Mae Dennis M. Parrh, 30M NW 131h tion. Scotland's of Education determines 1. t".II"i:1!
the "m a ybe" Welch, Newberry. St., at 5:25: pm. Thursday in Teachers and adults must our school needs," Manning \
I DISCHARGES: the 700 block of SW 13th St. pay for the total cost of t h e said.
of
\ politicalunderstand lag Bobby Flanders, Herman Williams Roy C. Davis, 131 SE 21st. Stand meal. School children pay 20 Uiiitarianism The survey team Is due to J.F.D. TV & FM ANTENNA

and there Is bound to be an entertaining Helen Hunt, Joan E. Mary L. Hall, Waldo, al cents less In elementary lunchrooms Scottish make Us evaluation In February
Unitarianism be
i provocative mixtureof Booth and baby girl, Mr. TullisD. 1:4S p.m. Thursday it SW 8th and 15 cents leu in high described by a visitor will from the superintendent said. & ACCESSORIES all! at-
situation and character Brown, Eldredge Lee, Lola Stand 1st Ave. schools, the remainder of the Scotland Manning declined to elaborate
at the Unitarian-
First, there Is Homer Atkins, f. Bresette, Kathleen Mason and Fire Call cost being subsidized by the UnIversalist Fellowship lllee"inion on the discussion, saying any 1
the well meaning Americanwho baby girl, Ethel Randle, Joyce At 7:26 p.m. Thursday, a trash new U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. Sunday further comments will have to DISCOUNT PRICES"FREE
supplies villagers with pow. Ann Walker and baby girl, Al- fire at 803 NW 19th Si The price Increase Include. come from Hope.
dered milk and \tries to find a loon Lloyd, Ernest R. Ashley At 7:20: a.m. today, an auto 48 cents for the cost of the Harry Wylie, Mathematics Hope has a request with the TECHNICAL ADVICE" !
way to pump water Into the Nancy Rape and baby girl, Shirley fire at SW 3rd St. and 2nd Ave meal and 2 cents' tax. Headmaster In the public County Commlsiloners pending
rice paddies. And his wife, Emma Videon and baby girl, Elaine Minor damage. schools of Glasgow la In for utility rights of way 608 N.
who discovers whit the New VoEdDirector Gainesville on a special\ as along county roads In a I COUCH'SBUY
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women of Sarkhan need most. signment. His school systemhas square mile area north e I' MAIN ST.
Jeepo Is the lovable native boy 2 Drivers Arc ChargedIn a shortage of 1,000 teachers Northwest. Mth Ave and west ofUS I
who provides the link between and the crlsla Is to be met by 441. I

the Atkins and the native Installing a closed-circuit TV
Countering the good Intentionsof Crash Injuring Five caching system. i
Milford F, Capo was named YOUR MUSICAL NEEDS
the Atkins is the Communist I I acting supervisor of vocation al 1 1 Wylie U to be at the Univ.versity .
villain, Deong, who connives to A two car crash her yesterday and 11th St., Involved ear a education by the School Board of Florida School of,
poison the milk supply and which ended with both driven by Moiem S. Greene Thursday. Journalism and Communlca
NOW!
f blame It on the Americans. His drivers cited for running a red S2S SE 8th Ave. and Guy Williams Capo replaces Marlon Bishop tons for three months, makIng .
sly partner, LiMai Kelly, the light, resulted In minor injuriesto Jr., 70S NW Mrd Ave. who was placed on a leave of a special study of educational \
Interpreter, misinterprets pur- five persons. Both were Injured, as were absence to accept a position I TV
posely.. The collision, at SE 4th Ave. passengers. All were released with the State Dept of Educe.l NO MONEY DOWN ;
Tom the ambassador after treatment at A I h The fellowship meeting will\
Godey, as a c u a tlon as district supervisor c ii f j j
creates a consistent and Construction General Hospital. the Manpower Development be at 1024 NW 10th Avenue at NO MONTHLY PAY. ;
believable character as the Officers said Greene' vehicle Program. 11 I.m. Sunday. All who are
blustering politician who is Grads Find headed east on SE 4th Capo was coordinator of the interested are Invited. I MINTS UNTIL JA '.

quick to speak and slow to act Ave., was struck by Williams vocational department's Evening ..
R.chard Martin as Ed Hillan- :Many JobsJACKSONVILLE Solo, \traveling south on SE 11th /! Trades Extension Division I
dale gives strength to the role Bishop remains In this area COME & GETACQUAINTED 1
of the military liason Melinda The aver Due to conflicting statements in his new position. He will as-
Wilson Is well suited to her role I age college graduate in construction From witnesses and both drlv slit the county In setting up/ PIANOS
of the pretty "not so dumb" earns over 110,000 an- ers, each of the two were training projects authorized under

secretary Courtaland Collier nually five years after graduation charged with running a red the Manpower DevelopmentAct I C.II1I., J."...",
has the homespun quality of the according to Loyi Johnson light at the Intersection. and the State Dept. of Ed.' With felitesviUe'i Ives b Peed. KewelORGANS '
naive Inventive American chairman of the Universityof Total damages were $2,100. ucatlon. i Newest Church
(Homer Atkins) and Eleanor Florida's Department of I
Roberta provides the faithful, Building Construction in a talk Businesses SPECIALEVANGELISTIC
sympathetic homesick wife. here. ,I 60 Americans I j Seekurf with Select
Other notable performances At a chapter meeting of the Call Off StrikeROME A Kbythm
are by A. K. Cowles as Jeepo Construction Specifications Institute 'In No Danger' :

and Jason Lewis as George Johnson said nationally (AP) -Owners of I SERVICES .
Swift. Lul Kahn, the village I known construction firms would Rome's bars, restaurants and NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) -
chief Is played by Ray Carl--take as many graduates as they shops called off a citywide business Congolese rebel leaders In Stan- Sun Wed. .. STEREO
ton, Mal Mau (his wife) b 7 can get at an average starting shutdown next week to :eyvllle have assured Prime 7:30:
p.m.
Maria Welch, LI Mai Kelly ; salary of #00 monthly, but pte.t Minister Jomo Kenyatta ofKenya
(the Interpreter) by Dorothy there Is an Insufficient numberof the government high operating extended costa after rent that foreign civilians UNIVERSITYBaptist Pilot, Motorola
Ridgell Deong by Ralph Self- student there including W Americans,
ridge Princess Ngong by Jackie The UP department Is one control for a year 'are In no danger i iI FREE RECORDS with
The strike had been
Scarrltt. Prime Minister by Ed of a handful tat the nation which plannedfor Kenyatta said he received the Church 'C1
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The purchased
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Schmidt, Student by Katherine assurance In reply to an appeal
still want reductions In taxes
I Intended to qualify professional '
Dantzler. h. made to the
"The Ugly American" Is dIrected construction superintendents and and licensing coats, but they .. that they not Stanleyville mistreat rents the 1 2I N.W. 6th St. I
estimators.The were so pleased by the rent concession
by Al Moffett the sets that they decided not to nearly too foreigners In rebel C. p, GtORGf. Peiter
Institute Is an organization
designed by John Haney and I strike.A territory. |I.
stage manager Is Mel Sharpe of architects: and engineers,
Performances begin promptlyat working for the Improvement government spokesman ..
of specifications for construction said the other demands were
I :M p.m. and will run tonight i considered. UNITARIANUNIVERSALISTFELLOWSHIP
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Metal in Hair May Solve Berlin Close Wall I Some Glimpses Ahead on TelevisionBy

May -
I VAL ADAMS pending! for two of the oldest glimpse of motion pictures and Broadcasting Co. network.

Crimes in a Few YearsNEW On XmasBERLIN ) Nrui Bark &totr programs the Columbia duction.Broadway Titled stage"Alcoa plays In P pro-r e- filming The Initial of "The show Amorous will cover Ad.the

(AP) -West Berlin NEW YORK Victor Borge, Broadcasting System radio net view" the series of monthly II ventureiof Moll Flanders," I

officials fear that East Germany who began another stage run work. "Church of the Air,1 I programs will begin Feb. 4 at starring Kim Novak new' in

YORK The gold In normal human hair, the far too small to be Identified won't reopen the Berlin wall at the Golden Theater this week I broadcast for 33 years, will be 10 p.m.. over the American production In London.

and silver in a persona hair scientist said. by any chemical method. ]tIe at Christmas to let West Berliners and again captured outstanding dropped. "Invitation to Learning -
may be solving crimes within Traces of many elementsare based on the fact that neu- I notices will attempt to duplicate "
visit relatives in the Com' on the air for 24 years JACK SIMMONSSAYS
the next few years a noted known to occur normallyin trons which are parts of his success in television. will be retitled "Invitation" and
the body and have the atomic nucleus munist sector of the divided month he will make
criminologIst said this week. some can be Next a offer a discussion of not only I :
Important functions. The role used to make previously half-hour pilot film titled "Mr. duck-up rt-
neu- city.Red "Hov I Ietntlyr" hod an Insurance
This has to do with books but other art forms as you
nothing of trace elements in hair la tral atoms radioactive. The border guards closed the Belvedere!," a humorous character S M 0 prof.Mion.al lndep.nd.ntInwronct
the visible hues beloved of unclear.Dr. wall on schedule at midnight well Agtnt tomorrow. Look for the
radioactive atoms then broad with dry wit who has a I
song writers, but with Infinitesimally Paul Kirk of the UnIversity cast their presence, and often after a 14-day visiting period computer-type mind speaks "8 a I" .tall
small traces of the expired. It was the first of four NEW YORK Douglas, n 2-1156
Ph.
of California, Berkeley their Identity through their eight languages and by coincI- **
real thing. These traces and used the example of hu- characteristic radiation.In periods within a year authorizedby dence plays the piano. Fairbanks Jr. will be the host NATIONAL PROTICTION WEEK
also those of several other 1'1' ... S-MlK 1
man hair samples in explain- crime detection work the an agreement between the of four hour long television I

and metals Including might tun g s ten be ing the potential usefulness to method can be used In many East German Communist re- NEW YORK Suzy Parker, programs designed to give a I

used molybdenum in demonstrating that crime detection of't tech- ways. It can match tiny I gime and the West Berlin gov model and actress will star In
nique called neutron activation pieces of paint or glass. It can eminent Nearly 600,000 Wes "Sybil," a television series that
of hair
two samples one
from the scene of the crime analysis. help prove that a person has Berliners visited the East dur- General Foods has under de- THERE IS A NEW AND EXCITING

and the other from a suspect Ordinary chemical techniques fired a gun recently by Ing the past two weeks. velopmentfor next season

came from the same head.A and examination under finding traces of barium and The next visiting period !Is Screen Gems Inc., will begin
the microscope are still the antimony on the skin of the scheduled to run from Dec. 19 I filming a half-hour pilot I in SOUND IN GAINESVILLE

strong similarity between mainstays of present scientific suspect's hand. Analysis of through Jan. 3. Thursday the :Hollywood on Tuesday. Miss .
the trace elements In the two crime detection.The hair was called difficult because -Communists made a veiled Parker will portrayal leprechaun

samples would be evidence potential advantage of of the many unnatural threat to call off the Christmas I sometimes visible and
that they came from the same the newer methods Is their things that people partic- visits unless West Berlin banks sometimes not who has committed UNIVERSITYINN

person. Traces of at least 17 sensitivity. The neutron meth- ularly women do to their and exchange offices quit selling the sin of vanity and is
different metals can be found od can detect traces of metal hair. 100
I East German marks below sentenced to perform good

the official rate.Czech deeds. Wilfred Hyde White will
. be csst as her supervisor.NEW .
Coeds Don't Like IBM MatchmakerCINCINNATI ChiefIs

YORK Changes are ,-

Ohio (AP) fill out a questionnaire giving I cards, picking out some common Re-elected

Coeds at the University of Cincinnati all the pertinent detail about characteristics of the P RAG U E. Czechoslovakia! JA

have balked at the Ides themselves and their ideal part- dance partners, Evert said. (AP) The National Assembly Student Gang I HAS IT! I IIt'

of having a machine select their ner.The "With the computer we could today re-elected Communist

partners for a weekend dance."I Information was to have have matched up all IS charac- party chief Antonln Novotony Tries to Copy i

think I'm a better Judge of been fed into a computer to teristics listed on the questionnaire -president of Czechoslovakia. the piano stylings of

character than any old ma match "Ideal" couples for an"IBM" ," he said.A Some Western observers In 'The Rogues9
chine," was a typical comment dance Saturday night InUrn male student!, James Heith- Vienna Interpreted the re-election the international favorite

given by Frances Dick Cincinnati Student Union. enser, also of Cincinnati said he of Novotony as a show of TEMPLE Cm Calif. (AP)
freshman. "And besides "But" sighed! Anthony Scana- would rather use his own Judgment independence from Moscow because -Police said 12 high school students 'hll "MIN8' PHIL RAMIREZ

who is going to put the right pico Student Union program In picking a date. "After It did not follow the cur accused of organizing a -

answers on that questionnaire/' director, "the girls didn't sign all, some women may tell a little rent Soviet pattern of separating highly stylized burglary gang -

"I have a date Saturday night up for the program." lie on the questionnaire" he the top party and govern say they got the Idea from the WITH HIS
-and I picked him out myself At deadline earlier this week, said. ment posts. new television series "The
the dance list was a little top "
she exclaimed. Rogues.
heavy: 60 boys had agreed to lethe I LATINAIRES COMBO
Plans were to have students computer serve as a matchmaker Sentenced to 20 Years I The boys, ranging In age from

but only' 10 coeds were It to 17, were rounded up Thurs

willing to do so. day. Sheriff's deputies said the a The sounds and rhythms to pleatt wry pair
Since the earlier deadline, In Miami Pilot Kidnaping boys admitted 29 burglaries in

Look however, Scinaplco; said more the surrounding area, taking In t5.. of happy tfanceable feet plus a .special i .'
ichat'sgoing Jim nave shown an Interest a haul of about $3,500 In money,
MIAMI (AP) Two young flight instructor aboard hi s ",
those who "like-to-listen.
but It's too late jewelry, cameras and televisionsets. ? treat for Just
on men today faced 20 years In small plane on April 13. 1963 and ;
f The delicate computer will not prison for kidnaping a Miami pilot forcing him at gunpoint to fly M.ri Conti
FretII have time now to get ready for and pirating bis plane for a them to Cuba. The teen-agers also called
such a chore, laid C. F Evert, Cocktail Hour 5 .
trip to Cuba.U. The jury deliberated four I themselves "The Rogues" after p.m.p.m.
director of the UC
center. computer S. District Judge Emett C hours at the end of the three- the television series which deals Dinner 5 p.m. Midnight

But all Is not lost Evert .del- Choate pronounced the sentence day trial and recommended ,.with a group of sophisticated, .
Thursday on Leonard Oeth 30, clemency with its verdict oC international criminals.Six Dancing Nightly Till 2 a.m.
ed.The and David 28 who guilty.
Healy were
matchmaking will be were held on suspicion of 1
convicted by a 12-man Jury of "']t'l the opinion of this court
turned over to a card-sorter a burglary. The others were released -

I less which than will trudge electronic! through!device theHEY kidnaping. TMI COUNTY Woodruff JUDOI Mead COURT aIN your that the case sentence is crueler of than 20 years the old in to their parents. I TheUniversity InnCarriage:: ; :

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It'l.wrl DINING<-" TIM It..Ott AND... Wet to fat k..m ENTERTAINMENT A4( IrnMnf ii..r..hs.F4Hollywood I Film Fad: Science Fiction ; I

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( Nriu fltrrk tTlmn I matlc science fiction It was I,cal genius.: a publisher. For years Bradbury ti
l V clear, would have to surmountthe While these films are in ad- who now makes about "
Parties I : l : By PETER BART Buck Rogers Flash Cordon vanced stages of preparation $50,000 a year, was delighted
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It HOLLYWOOD, Calif. For syndrome to survive there are also \eral promising when he could sell a story for
more than two decades an amiable Several of Hollywood's forth. acience-fiction movies In the'$30. '
/ .. coming tclence-flcUon films planning stage Rod Serling.
Thriving Business 1 ed writer, bespectacled named Ray plumpfao Bradburyhas promise to do Just that and for example, has Ideas for at I Now however there !Is in

been using the genre of more. Among the more promis least two other sciencefictionfilms eager market for Bradbury's
science-fiction to make some log projrctr are: one of which will be(talent, not only In the movies
By PETER B\RT i television show or simply to trenchant comments about "The Martian Chronicles." based on his TV series, "The but also In the theater. Three

HOLLYWOOD There announce his availability.The hjjJir I contemporary society Throughhis a KVnillion production that Twilight Zone" The gifted weeks ago a science-fiction play
in .
I' ability to stage well- fables about Martian. will show how earthmen, In French moviemaker, Francois II salted "The World of Ray Brad.bury"
,* in probably lew other communities timed, well attended parties Bradbury has exposed the foibles | colonising Mara, manage to Truffaut, has purchased screen| opened In Hollywood and
which business and social! life lit Is doing brisk business. It
transplant the evils of the
has contributed to the rise of of his fellow earthmen. rlghu to a Ray Bradbury book
are so closely Intertwined us In consists of three one-act
many Hollywood personalities world they left behind. Brad "Fahrenheit 451," a stinging { plays
Most business attain Now, to everyone's surprise, written
Hollywood and
Harold Mirlsch, now one of Hol.IYWood' bury Is writing the screen play Indictment o ( McCarthylsm by Bradbury per.
here have social overtones leading independent Hollywood has apparently "discovered" for Alan Takula and Robert'cloaked In science fiction, and formed by a repertory company -
and most social events not only Bradbury but
of
six
Mulligan, the men responsible players. Bradbury,
producers, for yean has servedas he Is at work on a film ver
have business overtones. the ever-amiable host at as aIM his genre. Several Important -]for "To Kill a Mockingbird" Other producers now enmeshed who Invested $_"0,000 In the yen.
Hence it was only fitting that many as three or four partiesa motion pictures are being "The Planet of the Apes" In science-fiction pro] ture hopes to write six new playsa
the opening of "My Fair Lady"last week at his Beverly Hills man launched here that promise to a film that relates how apace.men [eels Include Ivan Tors, GeorgePal year and thus change the bill
week should rank not only sion. say some provocative things discover a planet much and Soul David every six months.Modern.
as > commercial success but through the medium ot science- resembling the earth In which
For any party to be a success r (fiction And Bradbury himselfIs No
be
could
> also as one of the season's banner of the "humans" have become so one more pleased
social events. Having produced -line course all ., the host must '' busily at work on one o fl fat and feeble that the apes by all this activity than Ray
: up an star guest \Uta 'them.
a lavish movie, Warner have taken over. Rod Soling Bradbury. Bradbury baa been Shot
project that can be quite demanding Repair Shop
Brothers also provided the st' In view of the wtormous Hollywood has made science- has completed the script for this trying to Interest Hollywood In
clal accoutrements of a major, number of parties that are fiction films before, of course, film, which will be directed by his works for many years but Heels Attached
Hollywood opening a champagne tossed here but with one or two exceptions Blake Edwards with minimal l success "Th.
each week. One New
sure LifeMrs.
lavish ball Buck Martian Chronicles," now being 5 Mins.
supper, a arbors they were strictly Rogers
way to attract "big names" Is "Brave New "
of flowers, beacons crisscrossing retreads monster movies World a transformed Into what will probably
to dangle other "big names. I : LudUse Kamandulls Film version of the Aldoun Huxley Soles Attached
the sky and so forth. 83-year-old grandmotherof with some clanking futuristic be the moat expensive
Hence when Martin Ranso- actress Ruta Lee, samples ice cream with relish! hardware thrown In. But once novel that will provide a science fiction picture eVI'rmade
In the film colony It Is accepted :. 15 Mins.At
as a matter of course hoff, a fast rising young producer : aa ahe dkcuaaea her 10 week of life In a new land. real rockets came Into being'chilling glimpse Into a dreary was not said to the .
that parties should h.ve.some threw a party recently! Miss Lee succeeded in bringing her grandmother to and millions of television viewers I machine-mid totalitarian society movies until 14 years after It Two Locations
after an advance screening of' of the future. This picturewill
America
from Lithuania after 12 of publication
years negotiations could watch them blastoff
Hence
commercial purpose. a 1620 W. Univ. Avt.
his new picture "The Americanization with the Soviet Union. Mr be produced by United
ilar throw not Kamandulift says at regular Intervals, HolIywood' ,
may party so PlanFR
A cheerful Carolyn
of Slates philosophic
the Invitations Productions man
Emily a
likes '
one everything about the U. S. company
the .
particularly epics began to'
Ir_ osee his friends, but space
{
neaded Sidney Bradbury Is accustomed to this 6-0JIS end
listed Elizabeth Taylor abundance of fOOd bv Harmon. Mil.
and religious freedom.By look
Cine- "
:
even more pallid.
jither to promote a picture to'bultivate Sperling sort of problem Most of his
and Richard Burton as host and ton and Philip Yordan. 101 N. Main St.
i[ a producer to shill for hostess. To further enhance the "The Pilgrim Project," a hundreds of science-fiction atop Opp. Ill Not'l Bank

': '- proceedings the invitations not-I Audiences I movie that will relate how the lea, written over a period of 20' fit .5111
ed that Julie Andrews would be Handling Big United States, In an effort to years, were at one time or another
i i-Atfe" S. 7. UM the guest of honor. I oeat the Russians Into space rejected by a magazine or

11 The party drew a few hundred 'dispatches i man to the moon
"Abiotutaly StaggeringBrilliant" Hollywood luminaries to the New Arthur Godfrey Talent I'knowing that It cannot get him
t; NY Time grand ballroom of the Beverly back to earth. It will be writ
';{ ""A Gem" Herald Tribune Wilshire Hotel where they found ., ten by Loring Mandcl and produced Ct [ eSteafe oo tDANCING fl

'lusty 'rowlin," Time a well stocked b.r. six table BOB THOMASAP understand what I was doing so was so scared I spent most of by Lawrence Turman for!
laden with culinary delicacies Movle-TelevliloB Writer they knocked me." ; the $100,000 on acts to surroundme. United Artists Ir r. ,

go; and a fine ballroom orchesr-a HOLLYWOOD (AP) It wasa Godfrey figures his turning Then I discovered that All four pictures, unlike ear DINING

..... a The "host and hostess," however mellower, more confident Ar-| point came three yean ago, wasn't necessary." :''ler science-fiction productions,
" 's Today thru Seturdoyr breezed In an hour late thur Godfrey who dropped In when he was recording his radio Since then he has played nightclubs ) will be big-budget projiicla employing -
and proceeded immediately to town this week to perform his show In Miami. The hotel management I and theaters Including s the services of leading r>

their table where they remained dally radio show and emcee a asked If visitors could:run In "Our Town" last sum writers, directors and stars niversitu; Inn COCKTAILS ,
"Hollywood Palace" for ABC. oe admitted to the broadcastin
for the entire evening. Miss Vnd all will have
mer. Now he Is talking about r something tc rdrbi.rv.lMns
/
Andrews arrived two hours late The mellowness comes partly the dining room. Godfrey tour of "Never Too Late." He'd nay about the stupidities oman / |WO J4445 111.'t.JUk*
and was similarly Incommunicado from age and he surprises you agreed and was astonished to I like to take along a combo with as well as his terhnologl. \ \ "" "IW ii..i _
1 at a table In a remote corner when he says, "I am (I years see that he and his troupe could which he would In nightclubs
appear
of the room well removed old be 62 next August If I live hold a big audience. after the
from the Burtons. that long." He looks scarcelyover He recalled: "I decided to try play. STARTS TONITEI!
40, his hair still rust- l. a show In the dining room at Godfrey looks fIt for anythingIt NE
ored and unthlnned his face night. It worked I got an offerto Is six years since he came 2 COLOR HITS
!
No Escaping unlined. play Las Vegas at $100,000, through an operation for lung

His confidence? Some of his :which.was. .too good to_pass up, I cancer.' OM" ;M Jh.w7iOO DRIVI.IN THEATRE

BILOXI Miss. (AP) Louis detractors might argue he never C J.. Seth Latl AI ':OS 2400 Howhortte Rood 11.1. 20 I rltoH fit 'SOflj
Paul Matranga 33, crawled out
lacked It. He says It Is a recent ADULT ENTERTAINMENT
of the rear window of a house acquisition. o ,
aturd y Thursday when two Insurance "I never realized the dimensions 5:18 At 1:00-3:06.7:24.9:32 EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING *
agents came to the door. of what I had
ghtand[ Matranga, who escaped from I the years" he commentedat acquiredover : The clans of the Apache gathered alongthe
the Louisiana last
. Penitentiary the Brown Derby! between
j June 28, said he thought the radio and television commit j Rio Conchos. trading gold for gun.
who find ,,
Sunday a men were FBI agents ments. "I didn't really out
wanted to arrest him. until three year ago( when
MorningALBERT'FINNEY After the men left he returned -started to go out and face Ii w : powder. for the time had come to reclaim 1r
public. I 5awi I
to the house. Then some
". other men came to the house "When you've spent most of R''T the land- water it with blood ...i.1!
leer 751 WSTHeel NSTIVUlelf e e e e
and arrested him. They were your working life In a small :
a--...m FBI agents. studio, sometimes completely!I f
are alone, you don't develop any AT7:00b11:00
E1'HOU' He had served six months of a
""II
I ...
understanding of what you are
12 term when he ellCaped.SUBURBIA .
year capable of. Besides there were SUBURBIA THEATRE
plenty of people who helped to
keep my confidence from growing
DRIVE-IN SATURDAY ONLY7:00Foltowirt :

THEATRE I "When I was doing well In
television, the old. established
entertainers wouldn't accept in the
Last Time Tonij.lil-7.00 I me. They told ,.a.lIk.: 'Arthur hilarious funstepsof

I Godfrey li a new kind of act In "Mister Roberts '
show business all you have to 1
'do II show up.' JOSIil1A

I "Sure that hurt me, but 1 s t. /
knew why they did It. I was 1-
I something new, something they
didn't understand. When they s es
started In radio they came on tY R IE'MAftHAUv.u Y[ f o 0

;with 'Hello, ladies and gentlemen 1alr/ILL M.wM1oD a1Ml.emmeaCaaew railerw r\\al.woos.
I ,' and they went Into the
I same kind of acts they had doneIn -2nd Cem.dy Hit-

vaudeville and on Broadway / /n,
into ,
I "When I was In the hospital Step ,
1931. I studied radio before I the world
decided to get Into It. I knew
there were no 'ladles and gentlemen of Henry Orient 1 !. S
.
out there There was 1
just one guy and maybe he was llw Aria txwrear_ PETERS L E RSPaLU
in the bathroom or In his car
MISS 1'YIt71I I VSBUTYNIa1t9v
Pf
and I had to reach him. &
RICNARO AVA DEBORAH SUE "The elder comics couldn't ( ?g


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I Gainesville Sun Friday,_ November 13. 196 1



1 Heritage ProgramMiss UJ 0 mEn RnD I Librarian Presents"The Reviewman Rummage Sigma Kappa Sorority Sale will


Thelma A. Boltin, director of Mrs. Herbert A. Meyer Wed
Coming World Transformation faculty wives of the departments Mrs. Juan Gonzalez,'Mrs hold rummage. sale Saturdayat
of special events at Stephen nesday night by Ferdinand Lund- of mechanical engineerIng H. Ingman, Mrs. Ted Lewis, the Atlantic Coast Line-Lot

Foster Memorial, Whit Miss Boltln discussed the berg, was !the book reviewed by and nuclear engineer ing. Mrs. Elam Patterson, and Mrs during the hours'. of 6, a.DC to
Springs, was guest speaker at !theme; American Heritage and 10 a.m. '" t
THE Mra. Florence Dunlap during Mrs. John A. Samuel and Mrs Clark PennIngton.
the DAR meeting at the home American Music and sani g. f ffflIL Y !the program tea given Wednes- John W. Wethington were cochairmen t

folk songs, playing her accompaniment day by the UP Engineering I assisted by Mrs
on the autoharp. She I Wives Club at !the University Glen Schoessow, Mrs. Thomas
.
CalendarOf wove tales of folklore into her _Ruth.. Weimer, Women's Editor' Women's Club House. Parkinson, Mrs. Ronald Dalton, : Easter
There IS an Way .
-- --- -
narrative about Payne's Prarle, I Mrs W. H. Ellis, Mrs. Jack
the Bellamy Trail, the Devil's Mrs. Dunlap Is adult aupervisor Ohanian, Mrs. Watson F r e el : to Color Your Hair! :
Millhopper, Sweetwater Branch, 'Pinocchio' Scenes of Gainesville Public I
EventsTODAY the burled treasure found aFowler's Jbrary. She presented some ofthe OGILVIE
I aspects of social changethe

November 13 and Bluff the, the first first electric automobile I II next 150 years will bring in
'At Luncheon :
Given
the United States
"Camelot," by Gainesville street car, all a part of the the author, who as a predictedby professorof l+! coloratura
High School Choruses, I p.m., heritage of Alachua County. i
social at New .
School Auditorium' Memorabilia discussed Included A performance of two scenes League Children's Theatre philosophy

Gainesville Woman's Club, wood carvings, brassware, I from Act I of "Plnocchlo" was group. York University. I :
Bridge Party 1:30: Club- a prelude to !the Junior Another highlight of !the occasion During the tea hour, Mrs. R. as simple to apply as combing your haul!
p.m., handmade clothing and also the t ..atmaat11aI
League Sustaining 101 e was the presentation of B. Gaither! and Mrs. R. E. Uh-
house gown from the trousseau ol f 'I welfare. : Lighten, darken your hair or cover gny !J&rura1'With\
Gainesville Little Theater, Luncheon Wednesday prizes to Mrs. W. E. Elmore, rig presided at the silver serv- I / Cold Cuts ,
"The Ugly American, Gaines- Mrs. Francis Sanchez, worn by Gainesville Golf and C o Mrs. Roy L. Purvis, Mrs. Ben Ices.Mrs. and 0.".. Cut new Colon ran. Ifs the first and only permanent hair
!the speaker. attend. 0 Franklin, Mrs. R. P. McIntosh L. D. Butterfield aid 10 Ord.r. Also a
members
ville Little Theater, S:30 p.m. Club. Sixty o/ Salads' color cream designed to give salon-perfect remits it home.
Gainesville Naturalization Court Mrs. Glenn Summer 11 n Mrs. Donald Price designed the Varl'a Go. .
Bridge Club, I ed.The Self-timing built io. dnbben, shampoo and conditioner
cast Included Mrs. William -and Mrs. Norwood Hope. a angements of chrysanthemums
I.m., Hqllday Inn. Miss Mary Gresham, regent Avers, Plnocchlo; Mrs. Mrs. C. G. Mixson Jr., pres- In shades of yellow and No complicated sectioning no dripping no worry about
Golden Age Club 1
City Recreation Center., p.m., announced !that NaturalizationCourt Jack Williams, The Blue Fairy; ident, Introduced guests of hon. bronze, which decorated the overlap even when retoUching. Jim cream it in, foam
will be held December 7 Ruffin Jr. J e eto, or from the Junior Welfare clubhouse and refreshment
Exchange Club CharityBall Mrs. W. C. )p and rinse out 2 full applications, only 1.00'4Mua
at 11 a.m. in !the Federal Court Mrs. Richard Smith, Lamp- League who were: Mrs. W. P. table. :
Moose
Music, II by p.m."Temptations", Lodge and, Room in the new Post Office wick, and Mrs. G. L. Schieb- Hadley, president, and Mrs' Hostesses for the party were_ .

"Music Men" Bands. building. Applicants for citizenship -ler, Sandwlchman. All are Harold Riker, Blue Book Co .
are given a DAR Citizenship -members of the Junior WelfarefiA ordlnator. Also Introduced were I
Alachua County Heart Coun- Send Delicious Packages .
Manual and at the court the other current sustaining officers -

cil Lane Luncheon Cafeteria, ,noon Dr., John Park they are presented with an : -,., r ,.,:. of FLORIDA CITRUS for GRESHAM DRUGS :

W. Andrews, guest speaker. American flag, as gifts from Mrs. R. B. Melton, vice-1 I
Open to the public. the DAR. The Manual for CItIzenship president; Mrs. W. E. Elmore ?lANKSGiVINGMake YOUR DOWNTOWN LIGGETT STORE .

SATURDAY, November 14 Committee Includes secretary; Mrs. Ned Scott, .

University Agricultural Mrs. L. G. Gramling, Mrs. Lee treasurer; Mrs. Wayne Carlisle your friends thankful 1 this' yrar by sending them Florida .
Montague, Mrs. Loonls Blitch, Thrift Shop coordinator; Navel oranges and seedless grapefruit--a gift the whole family
Women's Club Covered
and Mrs. Robert Gregg Mrs. J. Watt Kirkpatrick, past will tnjoy $6,95 delivered for !/i bushel,, 30 lb. package : 12 W. UNIV. AVE. FR 2-2558 :
Dish Supper, 7 p.m., Florida Send orders by mall or phone .
Mrs. J. H. Vidal was elected president; and Mrs. H. J. Ba- Corntr
Farm Bureau Building. SATURDAY, November 14 RIMIMSIK ALL PACKAGES ADI UNCONDITIONALLY
Gainesville Golf and Coun- district director at Leesb u r g Coffee honoring Miss Jane bers Jr., publicity chairman. GUARANTIED. : 13th Pharmacy N.W.11tb3R n4 N.W.16rk :

try Club First Anniversary for District Three, which Includes Elizabeth Bingham, bride Hostesses for the day were CROSS CREEK GROVESP. A,... .
.
Party, formal dinner-dance, chapters from Gainesville elect of George Helnr lob Mrs. B. M. Woodward, Mrs. M. 0. In 101, 1.1.". Grov" rhon .".1410
M. Parrish, Mrs. Jeff Davis 0. H. (Hugh>)> Willi.",.. Owns .
8 to 12 p.m., Social hour at7pm. Ocala, Clermont, Lees- Schildge, Middleton, N. J., 10 .'<
Mrs. T. S. George, Mrs. R. L. -- ---- -- --- -- ------------ --
burg, and Eustis. a.m. until noon, Mrs. Joseph
After Five of the Mrs. William Henderson and Mrs. Thomas M.
Croup Guests were M. laps, Mrs. Douglas E.
University Women's Club I Wilson, member of the Abraham Scates, Mrs. James L. Cooperand Brill %;<\1P': ,,;.. v' ,q... ..(!fl',. w'" '''' ', .. ,' I'tf: ... ."" ............

Coffee, 10 to 11:30: p.m., Miss Cole Chapter, DAR, New Mrs. E. M. Edmonson Jr. Plans for the year Include a G ---: J :; ::_f- ,_ W.:. :::.'; if"t'' ,. '' ',.. '
coffee in February and a final ,
Mildred M. Griffith and Mrs. York state, and Mrs. H a r o Id at the laps home, 2210 NW .
Herbert A. Meyer, cochairmen and David J. Boyles, First Avenue. luncheon In May. <" .1't rr .'*-t4: '.. '\' ':e'aRJIt
Stringer, '' ft( )
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as hostesses, University Ot4':; ;;: ;:::;;:;;:: ;:f-o ._ '1 > ,
Fred Boyles, Dena Kaye Con- I II lRfV'ttal.{ c y "
i Coffee Miss .
complimenting ClassRegistration # .
UF Golf 'IIY' '>
..,
Women's Club house West _. .". ".t. <
erly, Leslie Freeman, Ruth Ann I Julie Cheves, fiancee of William ,I' 1( :' t {Io *,.' \ : "' .\ .

Newberry Road.Gainesville Little. Theater I McNeely, Robbie Peck Rebecca N. Babcock, 10:30: a.m. QUALITY and 'SENSIBLE PRICES ;:

Sanders, and Harold Strin- until noon, Mrs. Earl May, a
production, "The Ugly American ger, all CAR members of the Mrs. Charles Outen, Mrs. Cecil i Registration for lessons In !the i 'OPEN .W AWAY MiD :' T.. <
," (30 p.m., Little ) CHARGE ACCOUNT a PAY WEEKLY 08 MONTHLY. ,YOM CWHSTMtt BFTS MW, /J
Jacob Roberts Brown Society. Love and Mrs. Francis I second golf class being conducted I y N
Theater 4309 NW 16th Boule-
members of the Univer-
Myers at the latter's home, for :
vard. Colonial Gowns Worn 3207 West University Avenue. sity Women's Club Golf Groupare m ill t.m 4 ;}
American Association of Re- ,
Dressed In colonial gowns, Informal pre nuptial par- still open. Members may .
tired Persons luncheon at Mrs. Meyer and her daughter, ty honoring Miss Grace call Mrs. H. D. Wallace to enrollIn '
11:30: a.m., meeting at 12:30: Mrs. Charles Freeman, assisted Dodge and her fiance, JameaGreene the class. 1f."

p.m., Park Lane Cafeteria. by Mrs. T. H. Fay, Mrs. J. Harvey 1:30: to 7:30 p.m., )

B'nal Israel Sisterhood Hord, Mrs. A. W. Burek Mr. and Mrs. K. S. McMul- Game NightIs t .
Sale 7:30 to 1. t1
Rummage : a.m. !
greeted members and guests len, 1065 SW Eleventh Ave
1 p.m., Gllberg'i Parking Lot. PlannedSisterhood ; "
Rummage Mrs. R. S. Mullin, Mrs. Er-' 0
Sigma Kappa Sorority hart G. Peterson, and Mrs. H., nue.Rehearsal for wedding of of B'Nal Isr a .1 .
Sale 6 to 10 'M
am a.m.
Atlantic Coast Line Lot. C. Harris assisted at the refreshment Miss Barbara Ann Bussard Congregation will sponsor a l
table,which was dec and William R. Gilchrlst 9 game night at the Educational :
"Camelot, by Gainesville a.m., Grace Presbyterian. Center Building, 3115 NW 16th v
out the Heritage '
School Choruses orated to carry )f ," "
High 8pm (
wooden Church. Breakfast following Avenue Sunday at I p.m. r
handmade : '
A
Theme. 't :
School Auditorium. 4' 1
;
coffeeurn rehearsal at bride elect's Mrs. M. I. Rudderman Is in .
Yale Alumni Club Luncheon silver container, copper '' ::;o..oo.I
Ironstone china, and a home 3333 NW 3rd Street, charge of festivities, which will '
12,30 p.m., GainesvilleGolf table covering reminiscent Mrs Ernest Bussard Mrs. Include refreshments and prizes I .4.' .
and Club followed :"
County green linen of long Phil Barton, Mrs Clif Brewer, Members of the Sisterhood
of herb dyed
the Yale Prince-
by Mrs W. C. Geiger and Mrs. and the congregation are invited .... ...
.
used.Seasonal -"
Game radio broad
were
ton special ago I
cast 1:30 p.m. flowers, red berries, Janet Gay, hostesses to bring guests.

Junior Golf Association, !the money plant, and I nd I a n

1:30: a.m., Gainesville Golf corn were used throughout the Teen Baking ContestIs

and Country Club. house.


I Today, Saturdayage

Josephine Lowman-
By Local teenagers In this area bakers who were I'hcux! '

will be taking !the first step toward !on the basis of an essays on the

!the big prize of a $2.000 !theme of "Why I Want To Go .

Why/ Grow scholarship fund when preliminary To College". This was requiredof [ a Maa.'f t..usn.o.fNMA.a avow}
competition In the annual all entrants.

Pyrofax Gas Teen Age Baking The teen agers baking in the ,, .. -- ... -.
contest takes place here today preliminary contest will prepare .or'm

Old? and Saturday.The the recipes for pie, cake, m
contest, open to boys as bread or cookies that was submitted
well as to girls, will be held when they entered the

at the Girl Scout Hut. Headquarters contest and wrote their essays

Troubled Teen Has baking contest for this Is located scholarship at the I I Prizes In the $43,000 competition

Pyrofax Gas Corp., 802 West' In addition to the (2,000
University Avenue. I'scholarships Include trips for
Diet ProblemQ. who bakes two to the 1965 New York
Every entrant atone
of the 38 preliminary contests -World's Fair $SOD bonus r '

I am speaking for 12 to It- u they do. I In a 28 state area will awards, $300 Calorie gas ranges

year old girls. I think someone Keep your goal firmly In mind win at least one of the 1,020 national and many other awards. av "

ought to make a diet for and you will soon surprise your prizes. The top winner at each of the e. .r s .

them. I am 12 years old, ft feet- friends, both boys and girls. The Gainesville competitionwill trolimlnary contests will qual
S Inches tall and weigh 135 Don't talk about dieting it's Involve a total of 24 teen- ify for the Grand Finals.

pounds. None of the boys like more' fun when you keep lt w ..

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me. It's terrible to be fat. eat secret >> '.' \ ," "l ., ,1'1II>....'.. .
to make up for the boyfriends Ne Seconds CONGREGATIONAL, E. & R. eA, WtaM.esel'feeaaw_aMpf.w+hhnw.e eMrse rLJ '; ,

I do not have. I need help quick. Start by leaving off second UNITED CHURCH of CHRIST .woe,7.I, ... .Icll..t,., .. ..;- '#: -
and between meal
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perfectly. You are in a vI- need to do. I know It will be Ckwck Will Hold 0* y:1 \ P.er.. {

cious circle. You are not popu- hard, but the results will makeIt Wednesday November 18th :P._. ._ _, .. .M.....$.. .", "' 'Ig. '"
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you should because you are not take a limeade Instead of a r -' .:,I" d., _,_ ,. '''', ydfN .
popular. You are the only one chocolate sundae, or an apple I 1-.tstirr..'tw.aoe ima'oat +

who can break the circle and Instead of a candy bar. Chew eulye4.was. .. .. !. k '9"r

get viewpoint.a new start with a fresh on touch carrot of sticks onion flavored salt. witha I YOU CAN LOOK AS r rr >N. ... .. m.., ....,... w c .md ....... CIecII .....,. seamy. "

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essential for fine health. You them arid a staranrd, self- Beauty Salon Center 3-DAY WATCH REPAIR SIRVICI hpj CfcM* *.."". a'ati""r""t""' '"a ....IIa'-

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out that cybernation provides erman Baptist Church. Mrs. Mrs. Cussle Ross, president of I

means of implementing tile, Florence Brown, reporter. Ushers' Board; Mrs. P. 1. Scott, Coffee Set Bv UF Group
News of - - -
; Special Interest American heritage. However -_ reporter I First meeting this season of the group, who will entertain at
of the human [NOTICE
one by product
\ __ the After Five Group of the the University Women Club
rights revolution should be the The New Salem Baptist :University Women's Club will bea Membership in the group I.opt'n is
To the Colored establishment of the right to a Church Choir will render a tab PLAY
PLANS wives and
Community coffee Saturday from 10 to to faculty wom-
I'
minimum Income, if this revolutionary ent program at the St Luke members of the faculty and
11:30 1 en
: a.m.Hostesses
phase is to offer any' Baptist Church on Sunday Nov. The City wide Gospel Chorus
News items fot this page' should be directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News' solution to present problems. 15, at 3 p.m.PROGRAM will present a musical program will be Miss Mil administrative offices who are

editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone 'at FR 65753. Do not send Moreover, he added, "the revolution __ and also a play, entitled "The I dred M Griffith and Mrs. Her. unable to attend daytime meetings

Items directly to the Sun office. in weaponry almost dictates Rich Woman and the Poor bert_A. Meyer. co-chairmen of of the club. .
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Putwral errtnoemmti, wfwt evel! ...!.. will be tount w P... I the establishment of a SET Woman" at the Greater F t.

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS themselves to move forward Llllie M. Burney and Mrs. world political order The West Coast Ministers I Clark Baptist Church today I. There IS Easier

Johnson Chapel Baptist -. and grasp greater opportunities !- Addie Reynolds; selection I The most hopeful aspect ol f and Deacons Union Choir will Nov. IX at 8 p.m. an Way .

Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; morn, In a changing society. choir: scripture, a pas tor; the three fold revolution In, have its rehearsal on Tuesdayat The public Is Invited : to Color Your Hair

Ing worhip, 11 a.m.; Baptist t Mrs. Cernoria D. Johnson, mission offering, ushers, prayer human affairs, accordmg to Mr. S p.m. at the home of Mrs. :-

Training Union, 5:30: p. m.: Washington, D. C.. representative pastor, chant "Sweet Hourof Lewis is that the revolution In H. G. Shuman at Arredonda. : OGILVIE
welcome address civil rights on the home front t Members are urged to be present
and evening worship, 7:30: 1 of the National Urb a n Prayer, :
Rev. and occasion I Mrs Vassie has proven that "men can cooperate Deacon Ben C. Davis,
p.rn. W. J. Taylor, pastor; League, recently appointed by
choir Introduction for mutual advent president, Mrs P. L Scott, reporter i coloraturaI.
1 Mrs. E. Jones, reporter. Secretary Celebrezze to a 12- Campbell, selection age I :
Mf. Pleasant Methodist member Advisory Council on of speaker, Mrs. Carne when laws are to their mutual .

Church School, 9:30: a.m.; morn- Public Welfare, admonished her Henry; speaker, Mrs. Mable advantage."

;, ing worship, 11 a.m., and eve- listeners to become "transmit Dorsey; solo, Invitation for A graduate of the Universityof I I. is simple to apply as combing hair!

Ing worship, 7 pm. Rev. W. M.I ters of the culture and creatorsof joiners, pastor offering, Mrs. Florida with the B. S. de- NOTICE 1 1 1a R SI your

I i Ferguson, pastor. the culture" who would help Altemese Henry and Mrs. Clar gree in business administration The Uniform Company and Ii IiVaro. Lighten, darken your hair or covet gray Mtunlly with
ice Roberts tor and from Rutgers, where he Ass'P. Cold Cuts ,
Mt. Carmel Baptist Sunday[majority members and ; prayer, pas i
group S. Mr. Ushers Board No. 2 of Lodge a end Cllss. Cut new Golonrun. It's the first and only permanent hair
M.
of visitors Mrs. earned the degree,
School, 9:30: a.m.; morning worship others change their attitudes toward acknowledge No 113 will meet Jointly FrI- ro Order. Alw a .
11 a.m.; Baptist Training minorities. Alice Turner, response, Mrs. Lewis Is a member of the Episcopal a} ladai cob cream designed to give ulon'perfect results at home. .
day, Nov 20 at 1 at the
Union, S:30 pm.; and evening "The Negro came to America M a I tie 1 McKinney Mlddleton; I church the American Civil home of Mrs., Lois p.m.Fox, of 730 To Go, Self.timing, built.in dnbbers, shampoo and conditioners. .

worship, 1 p.rn. Sunday Is Men's bearing gifts," she reminded her announcements. Miss Emma J Uberties Union, the executive S W 5th Street No complicated sectioning, no dripping no about .
Hutto, secretary doxology and council of the Suwannee RI I vet worry
The will ;
Day observance. men audience, "and the whole fabricof
conduct the services during the American society has been benediction. Area Council, Boy Scouts of The dues an to be paid In I overlap even when retouihmg Just cream It in, foam .
full for the
day. There will be mid week made richer because of him. Evening worship, 7 p.m. Se- America, and the Florida Bankers meeting. Charlie year Ross during the and rinse out 2 full ippluxioni, only 2.00* :

Meditation Services Tuesday, "The market place of Ideasis lection, choir, devotion, Mrs. Association. A member of Uniform captainof hew r.

7:30 p.m.: Youth Forum Wed more important than the one Lillian Harvey and Mrs. L. C. the National Advisory Board of Company Lodge: I .

nesday, 7:30 p.m.; Teachers' in which you sell your merchandise Cohen; selection, choir; scripture United World Federalists and .
pastor; mission offering former chairman of the FlorI- Send Delicious gts eMt'T1yy 1;r.
Meeting, Thursday 7:30: p m', or service, because it Pockog .
and the Choir will have its of ideas ushers, chant, "Sweet Hour of da branch of UWF, he Is chair
re- Is In the market place 0< FLORIDA) CITRUS for GRESHAM
hearsal Friday, I p.m. The past that our future will be determined Prayer," Introduction of speaker man of the Florida Advisory RUGS :
for 1 Mrs. Cora Roberson, speaker Committee to the U. S, Commis-
Sunday was Donation Day the future of our economic YOUR
Florida Normal College. The report system, of our society Mrs. Thelma Jordan,'principal sion on Civil Rights. He was 1MUKS6MVGMake DOWNTOWN LIGGITT STORI .
"'. of A. Q. Jones Elementary introduced during the luncheonby a' 0 .
will be made Nov. 17. Persons and of our political tradition, ;
who have not made their she stated. School, solo Mrs. Elnora Hamilton Atty. Brown H. Payne, member your Iritndi thankful Itili year by tending them Florida .
invitation for of the Florida A&M UnIversity Novel orgngtt and seedless flrapefru -a gilt the whole family
donations, are asked to give Mrs Johnson, who was for' ; joiners, pastor of Law w II tnjov. $6. 5 delivered (or I j bushel' 30 1 Ib: package, 12 W. UNIV AVE. FR 2.2558 :
Mrs. Alex- faculty,
same to the following persons: merly director of the Oklahoma offering, Gladys College Send erden by marl I or phone .
Mrs. Christine Cato, Mrs. Florence ander, Mrs. Roxell Golstin and who presided. The luncheon was MMIMIIR All PACKACi: AM UNCONDITIONALLY Center
Urban for 13
Smith and Mrs. Marie Al- and City a former League consultant on years 1ft Mrs. Katherine Brooks: prayer,1 sponsored by the Florida A&M GUARANTIIO : 13th Pharmacy ".W.: 11tHW3e. :
pastor; solo 'Mrs. Marie Spi- University College of Law, in CROSS CREEK GROVES .wd
len. A record of names,
your relations for the National '
I .
tergroup
cooperation with the Tallahassee P. 0. le.
of vey; acknowledgement of visitors 101, lile4 Guava Plieite14IO
addresses and the amount
Board of the YWCA, which G. H. HueHI Wllliem, Owner .
donations will be made.I Mrs. S: C. Price; an Business League, of
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your pointed out that it Is in the
1- .
Mrs. Eielson K. Knowles Is
nouncements. EmmogeneHutto presi -
Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor, Mrs. I area of American political tradition -
and Mrs. S. C. Price
dent.
Esther W. Hamm, reporter. .
"that lies."I .
our challenge ,
mistress of ceremonies, Mrs > \ '< "" \I .
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Mt. Morlah Baptist Choir] She asked "Are to f .
I we willing
F. D. Shannon, chairman; Mrs. FRIENDLY CHOIRS UNION GI1Y f.uute1tu u'
No. 2 will.have its rehearsal today put our system to work In Its V I a .11t l Campbell and Mrs. The Friendly Cholri' Union ><.t ou..d !, tlt. ,

7pm.Emanuel own defense Are we willing to Alice Turner, members of the will convene at the ML Ell r
Baptist Sunday enter the market place of Ideas? or UlCttb
Mrs. EmmaJ. gt/t4. CLCCCsAt
finance committee
; Baptist Church at Evenston, CIM CH<
School, 10 a.m., morning worship ,Are we ready to enter a new Hutto, secretary, Mrs. F D. Sunday at 3 p.m. /... .
11 a.m.; Baptist Training era of prosperity and plenty for '
Shannon, reporter.INSTALLATION The public Is Invited.
Union 5:30: p.m.; and evening all?" QUALITY and SENSIBLE PRICES ,. .

worship 6:30 p.m. Choir No 2 I To move forward and accept SERVICES '

will have its rehearsal Monday, these challenges, she advisedher Installation services have begun NOTICE o OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT e PAT WEEKLY OR MONTHLY e LAYAWAY YOUR CHRISTMAS COTS NOW AND .SAVC 4
7:30 p.m.: there will be prayer listeners to become better I Dinners will be sold In the
at Mt. Herman BaptistChurch I
meeting Tuesday, 7:30: p.m.; and channels of communications, to Richard dining room of the Mt. Moriah 0
for Rev. Harrison
Choir No. 1 will have iU rehear remember that"we have a mes-,' Baptist Church on Saturday on 0 QJQ

sal Thursday, 7:30: p.m. The sage to give, but we must be pastor. behalf of the Home Mission So.
The schedule of services Is as
pastor and his congregation will prepared to give it, and that follows: ciety and Donation Day for Florida

conduct a joint service at Wai above of all, we must be en- Memorial College.
Today at 8 Rev. C.
do. Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor; ablers as we move forward on pm.
Henderson, pastor and his congregation
Mrs. M. E. Muddleton, reporter. the waves of the future." NEWBERRY NEWS
from St. Peter
Baptist
East Side Church of God in Annual Carnival
Church will be In charge of
Christ Sunday School, 10 The Annual P.T.A. Carnivalat
services.
CLOSES SCOUT FUND DRIVE the
a.m.; morning worship, 11:30: School
Newberry Elementary
at 1 Rev. James tN
TALLAHASSEE, FlaFA( 1 Friday p.m.,
a.m.: Young People's Willing will be held at the school Saturday

Williams and his
MU-The) Leon Division FI- pastor, con
Workers' Meeting, 8:30: p.m.; I from the Church of Nov. 14, at 1 p m There
gregation
nance Committee .f the Suwan-
and evening worship, t.30 p.m.J. will be plenty of fun for
Mrs. nee River Area Council of the God In Unity, and Rev. N. A. every
C. Williams, overseer
;
Boy Scouts of America closed'Jackson, pastor, and his congregation one.Dinners
V. Williams, reporter. I will be sold by the
from High Springs
the recent 1964 Scout Fund Drive]
Zion A. M. E. Zion- .
Temple j lunch room manager, Mrs Larkins
o with one Guardian Scouter and will conduct a joint service,
Church School, 10 a.m. morn-
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14 sustaining memberships, ac--| The public is invited. I
ing worship, Ham.; and evening The menu consist of fried I
cording to Dr. H. Manning Ef
services, 7 p.m. There will ferson, chairman. NOVEMBER 2 ELECTION chicken or chitterlings, potato
be special services at 3 p.m., salad, collard muffins r
A Guardian Scouter, Dr Ef TALLAHASSEE The outcome greens, corn td
and < Rev. W L. DY
4pm. p.m. and cake.
ferson pointed out Is one who of the November 3 elections -
I Souder, pastor. 'contrIbutes a minimum of $100 "gives hope that we can The price Is $1 00. Persons
Pilgrim Rest Church of God desiring to place their orders in jr
\ move forward working out
1 to Scouting. A sustaining member -
In Unity No. 1 There will problems of the three fold revolution advance are asked to call 472-
Is one who contributes a
7:30 ft 'A
be prayer meeting today, : 2314.
minumum of '10.00. Attractive' in which modern society
be at
there will selling
pm;
certificate awards Is Involved, a member of a pioneer
were presented -
the church Saturday, Nov. 14 to all contributors.I I Florida banking family INSTALLATION SERVICESThe ttC. M mow" j I: 1

Sunday School, 10 a.m., morn- The lone Guardian Scouter for :stated Thursday, Nov. S, duringthe Installation services for

Ing worship, 11 a.m.; afternoon the Is Division Chairman 1 Annual Businessmen Lee Rev Richard Harrison which

services, 3 p.m.; and evening T. T year Lewis, who is a recipient ,turf Luncheon at Florida A&M began Monday at 8 p m at the wean 1 w.unv

worship, 7:30 p.m. Elder Rufus of the Silver Beaver Award. University.In church will come to a close on taaMU/r ..sawsa
I Armstrong, pastor; Mr Britt, mankind Sunday,
1964, Is caught
up
One of the original organizersof '1, .
j reporter. Scouting for Negro boys In :In problems of (1)) the revolution The schedule of services Is as "

the Leon County area, Dr. Ef- in cybernation, in which follows:
f PLANS' WOMEN/ DAY ferson, Dean of the University ,computers and machines are Today at I p.m., Rev. James ffi I
The Women's Day observance fewer and fewer worker Williams and his
at Florida A & M University, I enabling congregationfrom
at the St. Paul Baptist Church has served the local Boy Scouts I to produce more and more the Church of God In Unity -

at LaCrosse will be held Sunday -Council for more than 30 years. I goods and service; ((2) the revolution and Rev. N. A. Jackson and

Nov. 15. He Is a recipient of the Scouter's I In weaponry In which his congregation from High I

The schedule of services is Key and other distinguished I the threat of overkill provides Springs will conduct a joist I

as follows: awards for his services. I the means to destroy nations service

11:00: i.mi Song service, Sustaining membership contributors 1 but not to win wars; and (3))

Choir No.2; devotion, Mrs. for the year are: G. W.I I the revolution of human rights AILING AT HOME '

Flossie Anderson: welcome ad- Conoly, Edward H DeBose Jr., 'which is worldwide, George The following persons are ailIng l'

dress, Mrs. A. Odom; speaker, Raymond Fields Jr., Dr. Walter I Lewis II, president of Tallahassee at their homes: Ernest !

Mrs. Chaity Williams,; solo, 1. Johnson, L. A. Martha. I '. Lewis State Bank, stated Samuel, and Mrs. Annie Bell

Mrs. Doris Reed, remarks, Stephen McDonald. Reginald N. Speaking on the topic "Bank Rhodes

Mrs. Lucendy Palmer; collection -1 Niles, W. R. Perkins, John J.I I ing and Revolution" he pointed, They are members of the Mt
doxology and benediction. '
Swilley, Dr. Israel E. Clover,
Dinner will be served at 1:30: Rev B. D. Speed. Rev Milton) \>''''' -., ,, .. I
CONGREGATIONAL & R. .7IInr1l' ., .1' 'IIf' :
I E. : !' A
pm.I
: Song service Choir E. Cox, B. F Holmes, and Edward fi3 [IJ Cau..rM ........tee --.eM e' elssi MMad ..... d

No. p.m.2; devotion, Mrs. J. De- Jones. UNITED CHURCH of CHRIST woe a... ...... ewwtie Nawey III ,. ;.\ I\-

coursey; speaker Mrs. L. A. An O .. ( .l ..... ,.... '
OMENS DAY I >. m m M 5 T* A ((7)) TeeieTree let mww II .leoely nut ill e WM <*,..
Tillman; solo, Mrs. Versie Dixon Ce.HM.llle. Ckwck WiN *. HeM o.
Women Day observance will EM KM (Me*..j I'WI. else nt 'IV
; remarks Mrs. Lula Anderson -be held at the Shady Grove Wednesday November 18thAN ,

; collection, doxology and Primitive B apt I. t Church ,_,.-* NfMM Cell ti1 .. ... plraa/re Seale ... watost ....... Old .0.i

benediction.S Sunday Nov. 15 I 172-1117. ",-"s, e. 1J'. ." toUtfte*, ANMay ..t4. "0*** ee pr4ad ...... !12'3
p.nu Young People Hour: The theme Is "The Christian : ,

and ':30 p.ln.1 Song service I 't Responsibility" I E] ..**.**m*e.weeMae w news"** kfMte. *****>

Choir No. 2. devotion Mrs. The program is u follows: 1 ......slIM*** .?.
Flossie Williams speaker, YOU CAN LOOK AS ." ,
Sunday School with the guest Jjt;
Mrs Mary Dell; duet, Pearce ,superintendent. Mrs. Mary De-' [il) *M4 K, t*** ....* CM* I* ...*.,f Maw

and Bessie: remarks, Mrs.Flossie ,Box, In charge: secretary.' LOVELY AS YOU FEEL {it DIAMOND MERCHANTS OFAMCWICAQUALITY torie kMeeotf.. rw S-.w.d M fM tt MAM '17 ::?:

Williams; collection; Mrs. Barbara Bryant, and

and remarks by the pastor; 'reviewer, Mrs. Gladys Alts THIS SEASON WITH A G m .M. CKet MW M ..*... aSh II--. ehre l a.a.ftira .

doxology and benediction. I coder car a.4 eats bipq ,r ) 0 ale" :::

The public Is Invited. : Teachers and classes: Class SHAMPOO and Set $2 50 JKWSLERSMM r' .

I I.IU No. I, Mrs. Esther Hamm; .-./ Sloe..... ee4 a/.e lasled.dl. ctJ...,.......,:. s.ea/w trwwaw llwS ............

CEBNORU D. Class No. 2, Mrs. Betr>e Brown: [ Shopping brier ..ere ear ......-- kwd eewy ....... a -. '24"I.

JOHNSON/ SPEAKSTALLAHASSEE Class No. J, Mrs. Esther Davis HAIRCUTS $1,75Prfces
I
Fla (FAo and Cast No. 4, Mrs. Eunice e e ; [I.ile. i.... shwa,.. lws/'1. I6erd. .ataww M.

MO-Memberi of a Florida!Cartar 1222 ... ear e. sa Maid .29
.1' Geee1 At loth Le
.U H University challenged Vesper here auditnce last'Shannon Solicitors are: Mrs. F D Town and NORTH MAIN (iaweey] .......... ti.1' .... :a par saw /11I4 ewwTw
were Mrs. Vaule L.
Camp- Country Ashley Beauty I ?I'J7 -.It.. ..... .,..
WIwo
Sunday evening by a high-rank& bell Mrs. Alta Turner, Mrs Open I a.w.9 e.m. Mae. tfcra See -'<44J ; :
tag Urban League official to Emmogene Hutto and Mrs. S. Beauty Solon Center
become concerned "for the deprived C Price, mistress e/ ceremonies ; .DAY WATCH Mr-All SMVICC r.1 e..aee awvaq fee ... spewo ........ ...re M _
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disadvantaged and disowned JUS W U.;.. A'.. 4129 N.W, 16th A,.. ar.esa'n'e- aw ,weed bsad '14*

ef this generation while Morning worship at 11 a m n 6-5001 r* 2-soos -..: -

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/ff HOLLYWOOD IN SPACE AGE -----1

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AND ENTERTAINMEN1Tim. Film Fad I
'" Science Fiction
1 Out ,.. tot AR4 I h.W.| Fw4Hollywood :
.....4 WAS ......... jj"'lollt,1

) trip fork JElmri matlc science fiction, It was cal, genius, a publisher. For yean Bradbury '
clear, would have to surmount While these films are in ad- who now makes about
Parties By PETER BART (the Buck Rogers Flash Cor. vanced stages of preparation, $50,000 a year, was delighted

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. For[don syndrome to survive. i there are also;: several promising when he could sell a story for
more than tea decades an amiable Several of Hollywood's forth- science-fiction movies In the $30.
coming science-fiction films planning stage. Rod Serling,
bespectacled, plumpfac-
Thriving BusinessBy ed writer named Ray Bradburyhas : promise to do Just that and i for example, has ideas for at Now, however, there Is an '
more. Among the more promis-1 market for Bradbury's '
been using the genre of least two other sciencefictionfilms eager '
science-fiction to make some: ing projectr are: one of which will be talent, not only in the movies
PETER BART a television show or simply to 1 trenchant comments about I I[:| "The Martian Chronicles,"]!based on his TV series "The but also In the theater. Three
HOLLYWOOD announce his availability : a t1 -million production that weeks ago a science-fiction play
There are contemporary society. Throughhis Twilight Zone. The gifted l
probably few oilier communities! The ability to stage well, fables about Martians, will show how earthmen, in|;French moviemaker, Francois called "The World of Ray Brad
timed, well attended (colonizing Mars, to bury" opened In Hollywood and
In which business and social life parties Bradbury has exposed the foibles manage Truffaut, has purchased screen
has contributed to the rise of i earthmen. transplant the evils of the it is doing brisk business. It
are so closely intertwined! u In of his fellow rights to a Ray Bradbury book,
many Hollywood personalities t, world they left behind. Brad- "Fahrenheit 451 consists of three one-act plays
a stinging
Hollywood. Most business affairs .
here have social Harold Mlrlsch, now one of Hol.Iywood'i Now, to everyone's surprise bury is writing the screen play ]i Indictment o f McCarthylsm written by Bradbury and per.
overtones has "dis-
leading Independent Hollywood apparently, for Alan Pakula and Robert cloaked formed by a repertory company
and most social events i In science-fiction, and
have business overtones. producers, for years has servedas covered" not only Bradbury but Mulligan, the men responsible,he is at work on a film ver-' of six players. Bradbury,
the ever-amiable host at as also his genre. Several Important for "To Kill a Mockingbird." lion. Other who Invested $20,000 In the venture .
; producers now enmeshed
Hence It was,only fitting that motion pictures are being "The hopes to write six new playsa
many as three or four partiesa Planet of the Apes, I in science-fiction
projects
the opening of "My Fair Lady"| launched here that promise to and thus change the bill
I week at his Beverly Hills man a film that relates how space Include Ivan Tors, GeorgePal year
last week should rank not onlyas sion. 4# fr b say some provocative things men discover a planet much every six months
r and Saul David.
commercial d the medium of science-
a success but: A through
For any party to be a sue ( resembling the earth In which
also as one of the season's banner fiction. And Bradbury himself No could be
the "humans" have one more pleas
become
so
of host
[cess, course, the must
social events. Having produced line up an all star guest list- 9 y l Is busily at work on one of''fat and feeble that the apes ed by all\ this activity than Ray 1 Mod.rnShoe
a lavish movie Warner A- them. have taken Bradbury. Bradbury has been
a project that can be quite demanding over. Rod Serling
i I Repair Shop
Brothers also provided the social In view of the enormous Hollywood has made science- has completed the script for this trying to Interest Hollywood in
accoutrements of a major, number of parties that are fiction films before, of course,'film, which will be directed by his works for many years but Heels Attached
Hollywood opening a cham tossed here each week. One sure New Life 'but with one or two exceptions Blake Edwards. with minimal success. "The
pagne supper, a lavish ball, ar' to Begins they were strictly Buck Rogers Martian Chronicles now being 5 Mins.
attract 1
way "big names" Isj "
bors of flowers, beacons crisscrossing retreads monster movies I "Brave New World, a transformed into what will probably
the sky and so forth to dangle other "big names. Mr!!. Ludvhe/ Kamanduli, 8S-year-old grandmother with some clanking futuristic film version of the Aldous Huxley be the most expensive Soles Attached

In the film colony It Is ac Hence when Martin Ran soof actress Ruta Lee, samples Ice cream with relish [hardware thrown in. But once novel that will\ provide a science fiction picture ever 15 Mins.At
cepted as a matter of course hoff, a fast rising young producer as she discusses her 10 weeks of life In a new land. real rockets came into being chilling glimpse into a dreary made was not sold to the .
that parties should have some threw a party recently !Miss/ Lee succeeded In bringing her grandmother to and millions of television viewers machine-mad totalitarian society movies until 14 years after its'
commercial purpose. Hence a after an advance screening of America. from Lithuania after 12 years of negotiations could watch them blastoff ; of the future. This picture!,publication. Two Locations
his new picture, "The Americanization 1- will be 1 1620 W. Univ. A...
star may throw a party, not so / with the Soviet Union. Mrs. Kamandulla says { at regular intervals, 1 produced by United
much to see his friends, but of Emily, the Invitations she liken everything about the U. S., particularly the lywood's space epics Ho\.1 States Productions, a company A cheerful philosophic man, Carolyn Plaza
rather to promote a picture, to listed Elizabeth Taylorand1 .abundance_ of food and religious freedom. look even more pallid. ,neaded by Sidney Harmon, Milton Bradbury is accustomed to this FR 6.0315 and
Richard Burton as host and -- .. sort of problem. Most of his
cultivate a producer, to sblll for SperUng and Philip Yordan. 101 N. Main St.Opp. .
hostess. To further enhance the "The Pilgrim Project!," a hnndreds of science-fiction stories -, 1st Nat'l! Bank
proceedings the Invitations noted movie that will relate how the i written over a period of 20 FR 6-5211
Arte3ele759PM"Absolutely that Julie Andrews would be Handling Big AudiencesNew United States, in an effort to years, were at one time or another -1 I'
the guest of honor. beat the Russians into space,I1' rejected by a magazine or I
The party drew a few hundred dispatches a man to the moon

Brilliant"Staggering NY Times"A Hollywood luminaries to the Arthur Godfrey TalentBy knowing that It cannot get him
'grand ballroom of the Beverly back to earth. It will be written -
Gem" Herold Tribune Wilshire Hotel where they founda by Loring Mandel and produced C01t iage g { 'aon '

"Luity Browlin," Times well stocked bar, six tablesLaden BOB THOMAS understand what I was doing, so was so scared I spent most of by Lawrence Turman for
with culinary delicaciesand AP (United Artists.All .
Movie-Television Writer they knocked me. the $100,000 on acts to surround
nIl a fine ballroom orchesr-a HOLLYWOOD (AP) It wasa Godfrey figures his turning me. Then I discovered that four pictures, unlike ear DINING
The "host and hostess, how mellower, more confident Arthur point came three years ago wasn't necessary." 'tier science-fiction productions,
Today thru Saturdayaturday ever, breezed In an hour late Godfrey who dropped in when he was recording his radio Since then he has played nIghtclubs t will be big-budget projucU employing DANCING
and proceeded Immediately to town this week to perform his'show In Miami. The hotel management the services of
their table where dally radio show and asked If visitors could and theaters including a I leading
they remained emcee a writers, directors u i
and tesituInn
in "Our Town" last stars. COCKTAILS,
run sum
the "Hollywood Palace" oe admitted
for entire evening Miss for ABC. I to the broadcastin And all will have
Andrews arrived two hours late The mellowness conies partly the dining room. Godfrey mer. Now he Is talking about a something to Tfa.; KtMrvationt. (
say about the J IAJCtwu.'lC1
stupidities 2N2 }
tour of "Never Too Late. He'd! of
and from and he agreed and
was similarly Incommunicado age surprises you I was astonished to man well 13th (I.
as
when he "I see that he and his like to take along a combo with as hla-'ec' n logi.
at a table In a remote cor says, am 61 years troupe could --- -- -
ner of the room well removed old be 62 next August If I live hold a big audience.He I which he would appear in night h
from the Burtons. that long." He looks scarcelyover ] recalled: "I decided to try'clubs after the play. 1 STARTS TONITEI!
40, his hair still rust-col a show In the dining room at Godfrey looks fit for anything. NE
ored and unthlnned, his faceunlined. night. It worked. I got an offer It Is six years since he came 2 /
No COLOR
o Kscaping I to play Las Vegas at $100,000, through an operation for lung HITS!

BILOXI His confidence? Some of his 'which_was too.good to pass up.. I cancer. 0,." ':IS-Sh... 7.00 DIIVE.IN THEATRES
Miss. (AP) Louis I
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Paul Matranga, 33, crawled out detractors lacked might argue he never 5.. 'oth u.. A. 9.05 2400 Hawthorne Rood fl.t. 20iPbe FR '.SaN;
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ADULT ENTERTAINMENT
of the rear window of a house i g .
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acquisition. t
Thursday when two Insurance, At 1:00.3:03- EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING *
"I never realized the dimensions

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agents came to the door. :

Night and Matranga, who escaped from lover the of years what,"I he had commented acquired n. The clans of the Apache gathered along
the Louisiana Penitentiary last: at the Brown Derby between .
June 26, said he thought the radio and television/ commltnents. 'I IIIl Iri '
-
3un y men were FBI agents who "I didn't really find out .' : the Rio Conchos..trading gold for gun- J.
wanted to arrest him. until three
years ago, when I -
MorningALBERTRNNEY: After the men left, he returned started to go out and face the ifi ; powder..for the time had come to reclaim :
to the house. Then some public '
., ,.._a_..__ other men to the house "When
came you've spent most of the land-to water it with blood !
. ...
.. and arrested him. They were your> working life in a small CROM ""ICII""" IImlUlt'
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.1,''OUIUill alone, you don't develop AT 7:00 fir 11:00
l nu mIll 0.1' + I He had served six months of a any
12-year term when he escaped. understanding of what you are
capable of. Besides, there were
plenty of people who helped to i TH AT EI
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Last Tim Tonight-7:00: entertainers wouldn't accept Following in the
1 me. They told gags like: 'Arthur I hilarious funstepsof
Godfrey Is a new kind of act In .y'S
I show business all you have to Roberts '

,J1:1It.. do Is show up.' i ..KmJAlOOAN'S

"Sure, that hurt me, but I
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knew why they did It. I was -" .
something new, something they q
didn't understand When they *? "* waw.' .' V
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same kind of acts they had done -2nd Comedy Hit-. t.
in vaudeville and on Broadway \ .
I "When I was In the hospital In, Step into

1931, I studied radio before I the world ft
,decided to get Into It. 1 knew \t
there were no 'lad Ips'and gen.tlemen' of! Henry Orient L
out there. There was .. ...,.....,.... ............... \s

a just one guy and maybe he was WN sass onse'ssr... PETeR selLERS
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and 1 had to reach him. paula P2ePt'lISS s.AnGEl3 UoNSBIJRY
DEBORAH SUE .20.
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I (Education) O WJXT (ABC, CBS) Jacksonville '(30 +,;s fsEroRi: 1 WANT TO SAY \[I FRVTONIGHT WIrLt-sea,'5004 MEET DUI"-gj rr
GOOD-SY TO AND ITS YOU* ALAIN, DENAI N NAT rW
U of F. Gainesville 09 WFGA-TV (ABC, NBC) Jacksonville 04 l AND NpW,l-1' RCMGV! T1t.d RULLSEYE r'yy i FAULT GREAT DIG Ra LBOND SI,ARR1VtEOFFICE.
(SOLD SPIKE, AND i'oUi' BENN'1 FOSDICKFrs""lT IN msssci.; rots
Friday Evening Cleveland Orchestra In a 09 B NBC Sport Special alfred Woebegone (Carol\) IF)IOU DRIP DEAD- Fosolctc.7

I.N: a Well's FargeO concert of contemporarymusic. Bud Palmer goes on an I who's heard of "an opening PLEASE
Mike Douglas underwater fishing expedition for a princess."

S.2I: B Moments la Sports 1.30 O 09 Jack Benay with diver Ben 1 s
O Gomer !"yll1SMC Cropp off the coast o f''
1.30: B Newscope 10.00: O Jack Pair Australia. 0ss
o World ClvllliationI.U "GiUigan's Island" and :.J .
(Celor) Singer Nat King 1:" B 09 Pro Game Show "Mr. Broadway" will not -
(D (Color) Local News
: ,
Weather .Cole, comedian Joe E. O Dig nil Hoolennn- be seen tonight.
Sports
Lewis and teenage actress ay
Addams
(D Family
':08 O News
Sports,
Weather Tippy Walker are 1:15 B O College Football Mortka and Gomes are
Jack's guests. Miss Walker Michigan State Notre
o Sunshine Almanac vs. entrenched because newlyweds n i'i it
chats with Paar about Dame have moved I In -
I.U: a News Highlights her favorite entertainers; 1:31 O Lloyd Taaxton Show next door The new neigh-
1.3: 8 Q O News Lewis himself WHY IN THUNDER HOW COME YEpIDNT
jokes about 2:30 O Theatre X bors, however, are horrified PONt SHE ANSWtR? MEAN ME!
o Using Numbers ; and Cole sings. C:" O NFL Countdown to by the Addams family. I CAN SEE HER
7.OO a Yancy Derringer O Miss Teenage Kicked Cuest.cast Includes IN TH HOUSE
"Three Knaves from New America Pageait 4:300 Wrestling Cynthia Pepper, Peter PLAIN AS DAY I
Haven." Local shop-own Dallas B Mr. Lucky Brooks and Eddie Marr. sW
era are getting oilers to (Special) One of 50 girls, .:.. B Outlaws I'
buy their storesand aged 13 to 17, will be O WUburn Brothers ':00 0 03 Movie ..1Yy
threats violence if they crowned Miss Teenage ':31 a Porter Wagoner (Color) Saturday Nightat -
refuse to sell I America of 1963 tonight In ID FUntslonet the Movies: "Some
O Death Valley Days Dallas "The Gruesomes," t b trJintJlones' Came Running. (Ittt! ) e 1 1 FatIIs
(Color) "Honor the Name ID Fugitive weird new The Vlncente MI net l 11 I .r

Dennis Driscoll." A recruit '"Tug of War." Kimble neighbors keep strange film version of James lw
and his ,xt mule are Is working as a far m pets. Jones' novel about 'postwar L- 1)Y1r"'y
the only hope for a besett" hand when a little girl disillusionment After
I:" B Fishing Fun his Army discharge ,
ed Cavalry pptrol.a shows storekeeper Art
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O News Dave Hirsch returns to
Whata' New-
Children Mallet Khnble's resemb- tO News, W..therlIporta his home In the Mid- t fibs'surer.
Tom Sawyjr and Hue k lance to the man pictured 1:11 a News, Sports, west where he tries to IMnt 7 A.M. +y www

Finn' return home to find In a "wanted" poster. Weather find the key to a B < w u
11:00 O News life. Two houra, 40 min.)
the town believing them Sports, ':31 O The Deputy Ud
dead. Weather Can Includes Frank ,Si I I.
"Past and Present.
natra, Dean Marlin, Shirley
O Glean Reeves ID (Color) Local News, Bank clerk Herb Caldwell -
MacLaine, MarthaHyer
t30 B Internal mal Weather offers no resistance Arthur Kennedy
-Show time 11:30 Q m to outlaw Calico Bill,
(Color) Johnny Larry Gates and Betty
and permits him to escape I
The "Colorful Carpathian Carson Lou Kein. f-
during an attempt.ed
Budapest
Circus, taped In
Includes the Hergot- O News, Sports* holdup. For this spineless tell: O Gussmoks A I uN tlp,.,
U aTa''i; the Dunala'jug4lug Weather performance Caldwell A hatred for all lawmen
: equestrians; the U:5S O Movie-Double' gets thrown Into prompts young Tony Ser-

acrobatic.Sylvlngs; Flick, Feature Jail. pa to gun down Mail's

a comedy contortionist-: 1. "WI Ius!." ((195! ) this (D Daniel Boone old friend, retired m.r'l
the Evoivos musical film version of H. RiderHaggard' "The Sound of Wings. A shall Jim Downey. '. TNANIq Miss GADYOu'LL !/ Nf LLCL root/I WAS DRIVING AND I WI\NT1O THANK YOU FOH THl J ONAYt.IOVELV .
TMOUOhT TO STOP BY TO MY HELLO/ HOSES/IT MOST ,
clowns and Eva Szoke "
Solo
; "King Redcoat officer slugs 11:00 O Detectives anon TO Excuse ITOMCORROwMcHf / ratio SAYS YOU THOUGHTFUL/ REASON: t
tamer of wild beasts.O mon's Mines" follows Marry Boone and assumes his "Personal Enemy Ballard PHONED M. COMe III.0054/ HOMO YOU,HOWEVER..wMt.mi
: Rawhide Quartermain's attempts Identity so he can persuade thinks assault suspect OQsties BARUER/ U THAT OR.MOROAN WOULD
"Damon's Road. first oft to retrace his lath- the Indians to back Eddy Washburn I II NIM NR!JU teLL
t t. \t.a two part comedy dra- er's safari to a fabulous the British. Guest cast the same prowler who r.-1' 1I
:ma. Railroad boss Jonathan cache of Biblical treasures. Includes Michael Rennle, terrorized his girl Caroline '
,," Damon has a problem George Montgomery Frank de Kova and Michael 1
: ... he has to get Talna ElK, David Far- Pate and Ralph Moody I' i .
.more' track laid but his rar. 1. "Caltikl, the Immortal 11:31 O Movie I
'crew has walked off the Monster." (1960)) CSO News "Up Periscope. ((19S9)) {I IIT

:job because they haven't Archeologist John FieldIng 7:. Ensign OToole During World War II a'
been paid. Damon decides leads an expedition St. John Is having trouble recent graduate of the

to get Favor's drovers to the town of Tikel to getting a souvenir cannon Underwater Demolltl on' Ij nII
to do the job, by learn why the Mayans deserted out of Japan- School Is assigned to a' i
hook crook. Guest secret submarine mis- f .- -
or by It In 607 A. D. John O Jimmy Strickland '
Cast Includes Fritz Weaker Merivale. DM1 Sullivan. 7:300 ID Flipper lion. James Garner, Ed. TO A T WiRMA4oR It R'NALL' 7 HAAPNao
I 1 aHa $ Aa0OWN A LIYTLKTeL1PHON
\ Barbara Eden, Sean (Two hours, 25 min.) (Color) Mr. Marvello a mund O'Brien, Andra PHQNEYWI 1 \ rIii ll i S asLL
Paul Coml Curt Martin, Alan Hale, Frank Tel IwSOs.Ham IIIAD
McClory ,
r. 1:00: ID Mvl Jobless ventriloquist, con AQa .
Conway, Steven Darren "The Devil's Bedr 0 0 m." vinces the boys that Flipper Cifford, Edward Byrnes, W arOw41O 4fMHONO .
I and Edwin COOK. ((1962) A quiet man becomes can talk and wants to Carleton Carpenter (One pRII p- LL1J
hour M min.
)
DrUm Feature ,
the target for a wman' go away with bun. ,
(B Combat! greed when he refuses O Jackie Glosses 11:" 8 03 News, Sports,
I Dr. Pec Brunn of the Florida to sell his oil-rich Jackie's sketches: A trsvIng Weather
t Coastal Eng: Dept land. John Lupton, Dick m salesman tries to get j

speaks on the.. damage Jones Valerie Allen, Al- to sleep In a second-clana 12:0111 Mevle
Hurrt-ane Dora did to Flo SATURDAY hotel; A pedestrian looks Color) "The White Orchid
rida's coast and how to Morning lid Afternoon desperately for something ," ((19M) An archeotogist r

prevent fu'urt damage. 7:01 03 Union Pacific to read during I and a photographersearch ,..weI.tKw

7:4S: O Florldi Blue Key O Sunrise Semester newspaper strike; Rum for a lost clvlllzi- J *, I) s 5I
gala O Invitation to Art 7:300 Sunday 8eho FeramID Dum takes a whack at nation In the jungles of .
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Debut) Art works from Ramar ef the Jungle golf; and a TV weatherman Mexico. WWllam Lundi- -- -
the Boston Museum of becomes a victimof lan, Peggie Castle. (One I MUNVCKJl MAOUATINOJANO CM GOING OUTOR lA
AND I MXILONt ALkAY K I
.:.. B Across the Fence
hour 20 min.) WALK, RUiN!
Fine Arts are used to U his own forcesst amuse THAT XI AlONg.lSwjU NOUMONKMT
lustrate how man seen the O Mister Mayor Frank Fontaine tells Joe +lYOARLIN6 1 fIWUIDirT r WITH THl flMTKI CCMfANYlSlKXtWMtTHINft IN THE US
03 Rocky aid His 11:110 Movie Double Feature Met Nt6t0 iOU A5OuT WOeOJNa MlVAUty OfTIMMMIXTMTYnrtf i
world around him. the Bartender about Napoleon .
Friends NelMR ON (OUR OICMSTRY.IUTR NAntn TO e1VLNT R! !
1.31: O ID Danny Thomas ':31 B Burns lad Allen and Josephine. 1. "Operation Pacific." '=: MCANO t0 A1UCi110'-7O r' i
(Special) Color) Dan- i 0) (Color) Pepeye and ':" B O Mr. Magee (1HI During the war In,' aoTN ov UIt i
ny's guests Include Dick Base (Color) Mr. Magoo's version the Pacific, a U.S. submarine :
and Juliet of "Robin Hood," y
Van Dyke comes In contact
Prowse. .:.. Theater a Science Fiction first of a four part story with the Imperial Japan.): tA ) \ \ 1tIrxNICK

with Magoo as Friar ese Fleet. John Wayne, t I s q '
will not be seen o Alvle Tuck '-
Bob
Hope Patricia: Neal. 2. "The
':31 O Tennessee Tnxede ':3111 Porter Wagoner <
tonight.O Wolf Man. (1(41) A man :
I ar
10 B Hector Healhcttt
Entertainers O Musical Comedy kills a wolf that attackedhis .
Sketches: Bob Newhart 10:M O Quick Draw McGraw (Special) Carol Burnett sweetheart's friend.

appears as Sir, Walter B O Underdog romps through the TV He then discovers that vrit1 rI
Raleigh; and "No Tip 11:3100 Fireball XII adaptation of "Once Upon the animal was actuallya .-

ping" features Tom De O Mighty H.... a Mattress," the off- werewolf Lon Chancy S w.Ran 4Y WM wee coal tart! Nt be One 110.0$ WAe hA10te0 )
Lube, Caterlna V a lente, Broadway mu+lcll that Jr. Claude Rains : ( RsewlHal Tolect 0555501t N 5 A JAM 56 ww5 5005 Av5GNI roe: TMa.re5MI
11:00: O June, The Lionhearted Evelyn TnCN IlIAfN.r7 ,efAe. RN NOe aU eia roe L A 'woes mea1
John Davidson Tea zee I made her a star. The Ankers. (Three hours)) I WNe. IAtNN, a 0,1005A ( t .i tM nsa Mr/ see 0055 JAM4ae 4
O'Shea, Don Crirhton. o 09 Dennis The fairy tale Is set In a dark I II' N00 use tacaYOa, en ma clone :Aa f one so, ass 'eaOMO.a 5045-
Menace WAY.55051 000S rose so w'510 MalNOW iNAV I NAss Os) MNSoe'7a'e
Lee Hale Singers. Flatt hour of the Middle Ages: I'I: '
noes av1 WoOl Thai AN5 iC flS c'D'MovpeeeLArsTY
Singers, Flatt dancers. 11:300 The Jetton The supply of eligible I 1 TA&.aa, nen/e se wino ASvgMraiWS'1'
Harry Zimmerman U m Fury princesses for P r la ce Some M glaciers remain InI r I b t Ans. .

orchestra.O U:N O Sky King Dauntless the Drab (Joe Glacier National Park. But they I k
I Pail Imperfect Bon) Is running low are Ice cubes compared with that, A. }
BTOachdmratBExpkrtog
t Panel when who should clamber half mile deep Icefields that'! 1 '- I/ c3 i r.
I.N O America Symphony out of bet bog and swim once covered all but the highest'\ }
George San conducts the 11:300 My Friend FUcka the castle nnoal but Win- peaks of the Rockies. Ii| A4n ('A.. v1\ \ IIIrS

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STUDENTS BUILT ENTIRE SET'Camelot' teachers, Mrs PhilpoU said,

have been Involved In the pro ,. N
duction. This Includes the I-
choral group and the art department -
Presented Tonight and also Journalism I: ,, IiOW DO u AwsTI; TWinl wlAT$ TIt.$ i toad R t1AI
classes to help with the program I:'_, yGtiR MAR $TAND OI T NATURAL CAN OR IeAI(5 t3PQMpDwe RJdll IIZS...
home economic cUases tna TMAT ROCKY? N Yt7lLCcxu MAOI iQOMMATUAL
to help design and make the ', ; Qsioes

By. GUS Musical Students education costumes department and, the physical to help .,, lLs J 1 1 J AMP CMLOJ VSIITABti ,

put a* the dancing sequences v
By STAN Jtt.1..Pv.fP' directed by Mrs. Frank Phil and students together dwtg-v it has been a school effort I:
5111MI& J..rs.II.tThu pott. They began work Os"Camelot" ed and built aQ e/ them. said Mn. PbilpottAnd I

cortam will go up to- staging ta September Mn. PllllpltllIId. slat an effort In team i JeaT.Y.PROGRHMS

laM on a lot e< time a lot ., This iKludes three large leaching Mrs. Phllpott said. l
along ot paint and nor than The sets, said Mrs. PhQpott U by M foot backdrops.The Mrs. Catherine Murphret lethe :
11 DttJe Ima&DJtI. all have a turquoise color prep that perhaps Mrs. producer and musical :+0 s.
Gainesville High School will\ scheme. la fact Mrs. Ftul- Phllpott to most proud ells a director of "Camelot.Church ." I
regentthe- musical *Cam. poet said an costumes are coordinated > huge center stage tree K lea

t' "J the uncut Broadway to the tunjuotie stroking and certainly hnagmaUvt 1 wAMr A TYVtNTY iglR MdIR Y OAT NAY. may yr
Slates AtAaa
\\-tnlof Friday and Saturday adIemt. tree made up oilS ,oar no;; TIN sOr: .. hill S TNLeel M rJIKM rwt5 0. w5N AAOYr M., yNy; S ++O lT tell 10. eL7M
rights at I o'clock In the Mrs. Phllpott said the set yards el bait satin I: -. P aAltstt w' 04, wrae o Arne tp q LgAPY lO M aaUNV! iMAT petgrnv$ No1wM' tits. WM
CHS Ideas came from tr* program Depending on the lighting Fish Fry, SingA I. alo ea an.R TNA sI-a o.$ Nia! Me Ha OuHTIOr+s A.f' NID'ila N'/
)* luditorIum..y eWfereolIrouptlluve" of the onglnal Broadway hit be tree Is capable fll many rir nTp1A aka0eweATaR j iw
contributed to play and from coning the set visual effects. B cat appear Bah fry and gospel sing will
UI MOW afflbittoa produc- of the road company vcrsfaa the darkest bait to almost be sponsored Saturday by the
H but trw people win rtaVOw whoa It was as JactsonvOIe.From Fourteen Church of God. :
> work and the break Mf begJiMinc! Mrs. of Mrs. PhiJpott's ., The fW fry win W held from"
1rIdl Uon that west Inw Ptulpolt said the soidenta advanced art students spentaaaoet6eeg SwUMpsa. with OcUta sell : 'jjI I ,
I JtU. weft gives the basic Ideas two periods a day ut for a dollar for adults and
break with tradition) and asked to design the mats. sating M and designing I nets.Sometalnc M emu far chfldrca. I'
Ow use e* I kirejuwsfacamae sets and backdrops. The bat like U gallons Ed Banner and the Harmony ,
tIIrou&fI uL. student tdeas were dIN take el hrquotM and |w.4iret gat Trie win appear at the stag.wtMcabegiiMall .'.
:* U were mainly/ de- and put together to Ow Caadpr Ions el gold gilt pant were am, | ii
Kj Qw stodentt eC p. ..... Tht chart h heated at 1734UZ J -
'1 advanced art duI There art ail eonpletf seta, About IMilideatsaaJ Hawthorn M. I

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CatholicsTo Vote OnRevisions CHOOSE FROM THE SOUTH'S SHOP TONIGHT ''Tit ,9 P.MI


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VATICAN CITY CAP) The .

Vatican Ecumenical Council is LOWEST PRICES ANYWHERE! ,
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expected: to vote approval next 'I
j week of revised declarations on '
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the Jews and religious freedom,



'will but council session Both the not,documents decrees in declarations be 1965 promulgated or before 1966.were probably the heated next asII $\ DOWN i PAYMENT 'TIL



ly debated In the current council


They major session are effect which expected on ends the to Nov.have Roman 21.a HOLDS ANY PORTABLE APPLIANCE NEXT FEBRUARY!

Catholic Church's relations with 1
other Christians and non-Chris

tians.A council spokesman said 'til CHRISTMAS L11 ON ANY MAJOR APPLIANCE OF YOUR CHOICE

Thursday the documents had
been revised and that the declaration -
on the Jews had been r .
strengthened to absolve Jews of I
ALL-FABRIC AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
any Christ's implication Crucifixion."I of. delcide in f/M'Mk AUTOMATIC Alarm Clock 3 CYCLE-2 -ItuIp.ai.nr i

think it Is much stronger i IRON FREEALLPORCELAIN
I than even the first draft two I I
years ago," said a member of tJ : BASKET
the Vatican's Christian Unity SPECIAL! 9

,Secretariat, which drafted both
I r 4 of TIDE!
declarations.As J ...
introduced, the declaration I

on Jews said all mankind, not 229 TMU ITITALARM (CLOCK' c AutomaticWasher
Jews alone, shared blame for I P/ATURC, "SII coo SUII," I
OI"'L IIIAUTIfUL DICORATORCOLORa. ,
the Crucifixion. This phrase was .
omitted In revision earlier this
a LIMIT 1
ONE TO A CUSTOMIR. PLEASE
year which said: "All should be 99 ',, .
careful not to attribute to the SPECIAL MeDU"'S rI
Jew of our time what was committed
during the Passion of ONLY 1MODIL McDUFF'S SENSATIONAL
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Friday, Norembtr 13,1964 K. Yonge sacks Its third Gutierrex also Is concernedwith been exciting as a rollout rug '1
I By MS NISSEN straight victory tonight at CI tl- containing Green Cove's ner since taking over the signal J
s Assistant Sports Editor |sane Field when it entertains fine quarterback Jay Goolsby calling position two weeks ago I
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LAKE CITY A couple( of wlnless Green Cove Springs in Must Stop Him Round Out Backfleld 1
,'+.N. defensive titans will take turns !Its final home game of the sea Scout Jim Upper said 1 of, Halfbacks Marell Tyre and
on,. battering each other here tonight son. KIckoff Is I o'clock. Goolsby: "The only reason he Danny trujillo will round out
In a football game that The Blue Wave will go Into hasn't received more recognition No. 1 backfield.

Hunt Season i will have a sweet reward waiting the contest with a 1-x-1 record, because of poor I line Steve Twedell, a hud-cb.rg
yAI for the victor.St.rke's [while Green Cove Is saddled blocking. We have got to atop ing ill pounder, leads the
with a dismal 0-7 slate him to win."
Tornadoes come to line corps from his guard posi
town with a M-J record and But P. K. Yonge Coach Mike Goobby will be Joined In the tion.

success in their eyes while GuUerres Isn't taking the day Green Cove backfield by h al (-! Hell be Joined to the afar{. I
Has Scribe Lake City's Tigers art only a County club lightly."They've backs Gary Looney and Roger Ing forward wall by ends Covey '
T? notch behind at S-al gotten everybody]Maxwell and fullback Dory I IRhoden. Johnston and Danny Dennlson.
healthy now and !it should be .
h x Neither has tasted defeat tackles Whit Springfield and
rkt and neither is rough." he said.Baby The starting lint will be com- K e n n
;. a ,,,. anxious to __ y O'Steen guard V. Q.
i+ change its menu of victories posed of ends Charles Helm 1 Hodidon and center W I I shin.
'SY' 4 and pleasantries. and Thomas Gamblll tackles Walkup.

As Target The winner will move Into Gators Hugh Zonrls and Ed Taylor I This will be the first annual

excellent position for the ClassA guards Forest Galley and Terry alumni players night, with I

r- Region I title and a berth in Meet 1 Auburn Carlisle and center Coy Ken ceremony at halftlme honoring

: The hunting Mason Is supposed to open Saturday. Apparently I I the four-k.m state playoffs. nedy.PKY will build Its offense former PKY grldderi.Gutierrex .
It',started > little earlier on sports writers- Good DetHN"Lake said Tommy Bron-
.Remember Sam Sullins He Is the, football center who has On around fullback Tom Hansen, a son, ex-Yange great and later a
HARD-RUNNING HALFBACK DOYLE SIKES City a fine defense SaturdayFlorida's >< bruising runner and quarter. stalwart at University of Ten
played and captained Vanderbilt last season. Good lineman and "
too.1Well Plays Big Role in Santa Fe'a' Offense they're big back Steve Tuttle Tultle has I assess, Is expected to attend.:
Starke Coach David Hurst said freshmen grldders
he's a graduate student at the of Florida the
University day before battle. They their last
see action of the 1964
now! taking advance courses In science.. have unlimited
potential"
He's a bit upset and so let's go to his letter directly be Reb DefenseIn Hume also put In a good when season they hen entertain Saturday the afternoon powerful Inverness 111111tCo
fore the comment
word for Tiger halfbacks Ronnie Auburn frosh. I
"Dear Mr. Halber.telo:
Mangel and Charlie Harrison I
The Baby Caters will take
"Well you finally put the king on the cake I have been a
whom he thinks
art two !-1 record Into battle, while the List
reading your so-called column for three months now and of the finest.'Mangel Announced
It sickens me to glance at such trash. Firm Test and Harrison are Baby Tigers art 1-1 on the cam
.
"1, am .peaking of the line, 'Why even the Vanderbilt fine backs," he said. "We'U I pllln.I
tackles were tougher," In the Nov. 10th paper. I played have lo contain themu The UF frosh have beaten The annual Citrus Gun Hunt Sparkman, H. R. Tillman R.
for Vanderbilt for four years, and I happen to know the Van- certainly I Florida State 1J-0, and Georgia will consist of two sessions this(P. Vogh, H. W. Vorles
I we are to win. B. S.
derbilt tackles are two of the best in the conference. They LAKE BUTLER It will be Is counted out of tonight's action. Nurse 22-20 and fallen to Miami 27-1 year with the first hunt being Veatch, 0. Worley.Mlcanopy. :
pointed out that
can and have held their own with any tackles around. For [an explosive offense battling a The Rebels also are without oThe Baby Tigers lost a one- held Dec. 12-13. The 41,000 acre
gel Is Class :;
two years now Gary Hart has whipped Rissmiller all over tenacious defense here tonight | fine tackle Jim Forrester, A state 440yarddash 'point decision to Mississippi Citrus Wildlife Management H.
the field. Last year I witnessed at close quarters Hart and [when Santa Fe comes to town who was knocked out for the champion. State's yearlings and trounced Area located near Invernt'sl,1 E. Beckwlth M. M. MlxlO t.
Graham working on the Gator tackles Especially big tough for a football game with Lake season several weeks ago. Mearfwhllt talent also Georgia, 200.Leading has been a popular H. Swlnson Weaver B. W. Weaver, f.
abounds !In the J, Weaver
Starke backfield
W. B.
for ,
Butler. bow
and
Alt the Gator offense
-Americad Frank Lasky. Sophomore fullback l Mac Baby gun hunters for[Weaver
where
I don't know why you chose Vandy as a scapegoat for your Santa Fe will bring a stingy Crawford and bullish halfback Elder, quarterback Phil 1 will be a trio of hard- the past several ,'Irs. A special :
article.. For future work I wish you would gel tie facts. defense, led by tackle Trigger Doyle Sikes lead the Santa Fe and fullback Mickey Ag- running backs and a strong- archery hunt has been In ArcherS
Couch Jack Green li a fine gentleman and coach He has Hodge and guard Frank T a y- ball carriers. They'll be Joinedin ner do some fancy running and armed passer. iwslon there since Oct 17, and E Benton J. K. McCaJl.Alachna I.

brought Vandy back Into good, sound football and I feel lor, to test the Jimmy Thomas the starting lineup by quarterback passing. Top Backs will close Dec I.
led Lake Butler offense. Danny Adams and halfback Elder fired three long touchdown Wayne Barfield of Albany, Legal game for both bow and C, L. StWham. ;
The Rebels have churned to Russell Taylor. bombs, and Agner bulled Ga? will start at fullback and gun hunters this year Is buck Welds |
a ( a record while the Tigers Thomas, an All Area selection for the Important short yardage Tommy Glenn (Jacksonville with not leas than Unch antlers H. L Herndon. L. C Kelley.Brmker .
sport a shiny l > 0 mark. last season has been a a couple of weeks ago In aM3 Rlbault) and Bobby Downs and the gun hunts are ..
f s tlr Other stalwarts on the Santa consistent standout running and romp over powerful Live. (Winter Haven) will be the halfbacks limited to 1300 participants = B DYII l. UUDyalfl.

Fe line will be ends Larry Mar. passing while leading Lake But-,Oak.They'll Harmon (Jacksonville each C. Douglas. .
tin and Charles Davis, tackle ler to its eight straight wins. be Joined In the startIng Lee) Is the quarterback Gun-hunters ar. selected l Slarke ,
Steve Truluck guard Bill West backfield by halfbacks Eddie Florida Coach Dave Fuller,,each year by a drawing from J. A. Sparkman.Mrlnbmh.
moreland and center Jimmy Ample Support Noegel and Larry Craw also will have somt other top written applications received at
Cole. The 163 pound senior has ford. backs to send Into action, Including the Game tt Fresh Water Fish R. E. Rutland, Sr.WUUebw. .
had ample support from halfbacks Lead line halfbacks Richard I Commission headquarters I nTIUahlllt'l. "
next year they wUl do even better than ever. He and his Feagle Out Bob Lyons and Tommy Tackles Jeff Warren and Ttspp (Bradenton Manatee) Application d.1 d- J. G. Crane J. Crane D. It.
staff have done wonders with those fellows. We have got End Louis Feagle received an 'Thomas (his brother) and fullbacks Tommy Thomas lead a rugged and John Gibson (Anderson llnt /for this year's drawing I Harris, M llnrnsby, C. R lA1,.
been swamped or outclassed by anyone la the last two injury In last week'a game and!' Harold Griner forward wall that has limited Ind.), fullback Wayne McCall I was Nov. 1 According to Lee min. H. T. Woolen, J. A. Wine--

years. Tommy has found himself on seven opponents to nine paltry (Ocala) and quarterback Dave Pankrau, president of tht miller, Sr.
"Just because a team Is down one year gives no one the receiving end of numerous points. Jacksonville Bishop McIntosh (Weal Palm Beach Alachua County Sportsmen's Association Qldtow
the right to kick them. I wish yon would refrain from your Bowls Watch>< passes from Jimmy Lyons la a Kenny got six and Live Oak Cardinal Newman). over 3000 persons applied W C. Jones.
It could make me mad Furthermore subscribe to top runner and Griner-provides [three. Auburn' offense bad been for the hunt this year Cm City
either Nashville paper, both Fred Russell and Raymond Jie power. The ends also are Stark ''paced by Bucky Ayers a much The drawing was held Monday, E. Petrlcka.
Johnson can live you some pointers. I 4 From SECBy Starting on the Lake Butler [strongpolnt, 'wIth Gene Pass[sought.after quarterback Iron Nov. t, and following/ are the Bell
!1: A.
Camnboll.SECOND .
"rr Sara Sullins, line will be ends Larry Clyatt and Eddie Douglas shining/ in Cedartown, Ga. names or, successful applicant.
1 VV '01 KELSO STURGEON and both receiving and de from this area of the slalt an Hl/NT-JAV. J, | V:a
Rusty Wade, tackles! Henry pass I Game time Is 1 P m., and I Gainesville/
Well! That's rough, Isn't it. Associated Press Sportswriter Whitehead and Bruce Mangos, fense. general admission tickets will 1 compiled from a special re- _
T.
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I Especially since this writer didn't say anything In that Alabama and Louisiana State, guards Kenny Williams and The starting guards will be sell for ft. High school students teas to the llporl. R.
particular Nov. 10, column. the Glen Brannen Leon Thomas and Bob Reeves, and the Sun: J.
I and
powers of this season's center Danny will be admitted !ort, and Hogan, F James, W. W. James
Southeastern Conference football Bennett. and center belongs to Butch UF students will be admitted FIIUT HUNT DEC. 11 II H. e. Larson 8, E. flemmons,
,
I Here's What HE Said world, and Tennessee and The Tigers will be without] Redding. free with ID cards. Gainesville/ |J. R. Pruitt C A. Roberts, UA

Sam, here's bow it read. Georgia two teams on the wsy the full time services of regular Nurse reports the Tornadoes R. B. Allen, Jr., L W. Barry, Roberts, E. 0. Smith, 0. W.
I "Two statements made after the Georgia victory last back to the top will be !in the tackle John Stephens, who In good physical condition, Grid Scores Jr., U N. Bay, W, V, Renton, Sparks, W. J. Studstlll, P. R.
Saturday will rankle around_these parts a long time. bowl spotlight when klckoff time,has a leg Infection. with Reeves the only starter ;H f. Berry C. A> Black H. L. |Varn s, J. M Wellt, J. D. WIV
-ems was maws as tne iwo warns went uieir way 10 ine arrives Saturday. Last season Santa f. clalm-j bothered with an Injury. He ...,"MLa It. KNOOiCtrK "WIXKl" Mlfll | Cowsrt, H. R. Cross, D. Cur- (Hams W. C. Ward.
dressing rooms after It was over. An exuberant Georgia Officials of the Cotton, Gator, |ed a 31.15 decision in a wide- has a knee ailment that may tHrm 1MMIH....I"..., COWOtm 11 CLAIM II t Ington, F. Curlngton. J. A Waldo

lineman yelled at the Gator players: Orange and Sugar bowls will be open. scoring_affair.____.._ limit playing time.Daugherty ttr.*..!Clt M. M TlMmNOF a u___ Davis, R. M. Doerr, G C.Doerr R. !E. Brooker.
"You're No. I? You're a number nothing now, that's on hand to watch the prestige J. N, Enlrrkln M. W Mtcsnopy
what you are. battle between unbeaten, sec Entrekln, J. C. Feltham E. H C N. Smith C. M ,mlth, Sr.
CAME WITH IRISH
"Aud the ether was made by tackle Ray Rhsmultr who ond-ranked Alabama and once- Foster E. H. Gardiner, J. S High Spring
said .f native Georgia Dennis Murphy a UF front line beaten and 10th ranked Georgia Gardiner, W. 0. Creep Jr., BHlckson. A.
tu1war'He'w tai Why even .the Vanderbllt tackles were Tech. H. Jones, M. A. Jones, Peterson.MrlnlMk" '
tougher.' Louisiana Stale's ninth ranked Spartans' Coach Talks A. I* McCullars, B. U M to G. Holt
See, Sam.. Rissmiller said it. And It was quoted !In the Bayou Bengals will meet Mississippi ( Mlchen, R. B. McMlchen C A. Inglla
Atlanta Journal last Sunday by Bill Blodgett writing a State before the eyes of -Means, J. L. Sparkman W. L J. M. Walker Jr.

Georgia dressing room story after the Gator game. representatives of the Sugar By HAL BOCK [ phoned Notre Dam. I Irish suspect Only two weeks -

We're for Jack TooMy and possibly the Blue Bonnet Associated Preie Sports Writer Coach Ar. Parseghlan and told ago, Ohio Stale, then No. 1, STOCK CAR RAKS
bowls. Duffy Daughtery Isn't trying him: "Ara, we're going to do slipped by Iowa 21-11. Along
own Interpretation of that line was that RlssmOler Looking In on the Tennessee- to get Notre Dame's Irish up, you a favor Saturday. We're going came unranked Penn Stale to
meant It to be a compliment In that Vanderbilt Is not a Mississippi battle at Knoxville honest he Isn't It Just happens to knock you off and take knock off the Buckeyes 374 last
highly rated team as the Gators were at the time but still "HI be representatives of the that Daugherty coaches the you off the spot." Saturday and drop them to seventh EVERY SAT. NIGHT

had better tackle play. Gator Bowl while the Georgia- Michigan State football team Warming up to his subject) place to the poll Ohio Slate
But Rissmiller said it and I only passed It along. ''I Auburn gam a also will be that just happens to be the main Daugherty continued. goes after some of Its lost prestige .
As for year alee words about Jack Green, certainly everyone played before persons from that stumbling block on the road to a "You know a you got through at home Saturday against TIM I 7 RACIfM 8
hereabouts goes along with them IS* per cent. Wt same postseason '1m.. perfect Mason for the Irish. ''unbeaten your first season, Northwestern. TRIALS TIMI PM
all knew the former Gator airiilant eoack eeaU get the Alabama which rolled to Its That makes Daugherty public( ''you'll bt In trouble. Your red- I Starts Tonight '
Job done at Vaady gives enough time. eighth straight victory 'by whip. enemy number one around hot alumni will be expecting It The weekend's slate gets AUCHUA COUNTYSPEEDWAY
Sometime\ you ought to drop out to Royal Cleaners; Sam, ping LSU 17 Hart Saturday, Is''.South Bend Ind and the affable every year. S. If you lose a started tonight with Miami of/ -
and chat with proprietor Bill Thompson whose son Bill Jr. the most sought-after team in little Spartan coach Is enjoying) couple, they'll be yelling for Florida hosting Boston Cou" ..'
i it'a'tackle on the Vandy defensive team this year Senior the nation at the present time I every minute of It as he readies your scalp But well fix that" Nebraska Coach Bob Dtvsney _
Thompson might tell you that we've been a Green admirer and appears to be leaning toward I his club for their shot tt the lop- State has fixed] Notr. Dame has a new wrinkle planned when ON WIUISTOH OAD, -5 MillS 0" RT. 441THRILLSCHILLSMAYBf
and a Vandy backer the put two years (eicept the FlorIda an Invitation to the Orange I ranked kith Saturday. I pretty wen over the last few his fourth ranked Cornnusker
game) strongly Bowl. Just to stir things up a bit years with the Irish showing entertain Oklahoma State. Hell SPILLS-
Hope this clears things ts the right direction. Vr set I LSU Is a prime candidate for Just one victory to the last Umeetings. show films of the first bait durIng -
SaID, I raa'l afford to lave 'graduate stadeals aagry. Mrs. 'the Sugar Bowl while Teiwes- Daugherty's clubs the halftlme Intermission. :' -I/I Mill DIRT TUCK-

H. Is one ./ then and I like peace to the family.. see and Georgia have Just arrived Htilcliinson have won ..IhtI/ a row. Mildly The electronic technique DOOR PR IZIS CONCESSION STAND.
Oh, yes. We do get to read Freddie RuneU fat the Nashville to the Gator Bowl picture, Funeral Set shred' the Irish art tired of bo- works much like television's FREE PARKING BLEACHER
Banner. Writes a pretty good_column doesn't he! with their respective upsets of ,tog_push** round_ by MSU. ''videotaping process .providing SEATING
Georgia Tech and Auburn. BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) -I Mtcnigan Itat tort three of"immediate I fII bacU. II ADULTS ,$1.00 CHIIORIN ,11.50

C. G. MLxson I Elcctcd Other games this week mate Tributes continued lo pour In today their first four games but has I I Alabama, second-ranked ands *
I Vanderbilt and Tulane at NI0. to Fred Hutchmson the come on strong with three'M for the season, battles No.
villa and straight, victories capped by ,{II Georgia Tecb to the only
Sailing Club Commodore Kentucky and Bay wr former OncinnaU Red manag' a
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at Lexington to a non-conference er. who died of cancer at the 13-y victory ever Purdue last'game Involving two Top Ten =CHAIN LINK =
affair. aw of tt early Thursday Saturday which knocked the teams. Tturd-fankerf Arkansas,
C 0. M111 I o a was elected I[shown along with other movies Dick filter. Hit man who replaced Boilermakers out ef lie for the/aloe M, aieeta Soothers Methodist
commodore: of the Gainesville on lIihn,. Hutchnuna when the Big Tea lead. ; No. I Texas la at Tessa HURRICANE
Sailing Club Thursday night Townspeople! Interested to Lincoln Goes !gran-faced manager no longer I taw Dame Is ,.. but M Christian; Ie I. bg s.. sixth.
for tilt .II s o a of I'" IS. sailing art welcome, whether was able to run the Reds, said tart a week ago when It Just ranked, plays at Iowa; Me. I
Charles Ellison was chosen vice- To Orlando 'eked eat a Y1 IS lisle visits Stanford FENCE
they own a boat or not A ebb "I am very deeply saddened 'by victory against Oregon ,
commodore and Sandra -Taylor member will be oo !hand each| the lose tl a good friend. Base- underdog Pltf. 'and Louisiana Stale. No. t.
secretary treasurer.Dr. ORLANDO Lincoln's Terriers That close caB makes I Irteef
Sunday at McCilrravi to turnisb ban has bet a good NIl and a the hosts Mississippi Slate.! AsJ
Richard Weaver of the journey... Saturday pod Wt faNffy_
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Medical Center lave a talk on \ night for a football battle with!|cloat. to his family and our Ya.r Ntaet
strategy for sailboats at the Jones Ugh that stacks np as a thoughts are with them today." HOW
starting line in a race. I Commodore Mixsoa said there I-.. Sailer will sent as one of U Sportsmen
Members of the club this Sunday art many saflon to town trwould Lincoln Coach Jesse Heard ,honorary yaObearen tl Hutch- .
finish the first series of bt sailors who may not 'said Jones had an extremely tosoa's funeral services at Rosen
races and begin the secaadaeries. yet know of the club. He urges !large team and that he expect.!: Memorial Ourch en Anna | en wry re CWr H.mme
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nil Week'i By 110-109 ,

Games 11 i S I ij lA By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS"It Football Dances

wu the greatest comeback 4 ,
- in the history of basket- f
Alabama
Ga. Tech Alabama Alabap Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama ball." ? ELMWOOD PARK, I1L (AP) handicap. He wants to go to cot
--:-- That was Dolph Schayes, Bruce Gongola dances, lege but hasn't decided what he
Auburn Auburn coach of the Philadelphia Morn swims, plays the trombone and wants to do professionally. Mrs.
Aubara Auburn Auburn
Georgia Georgia Auburn beaming after bill Tiers had
- -- makes model can and planes.He Gongola said Bruce maintain a
FSU com from 11 points behind lathe 4 Is a guard on the Elmwood good academic average.

N.C. State FSU FSU FSU -FSU -FSU- -rsu champion third quarter Boston Celtics to upset 110-108 the Y', R Park High School freshman He works as a junior counselor

MIami Boston Boston Boston In the National Basketball Association v. football team, and he plans to at a camp handicapped
Boston Cel. College College College Miami Miami Miami Thursday. It was the' T WhY try out for basketball children during the.ur\uner.\

f LSU Celtlci' first defeat of the season r Bruce 14, Is a typical boy ex- Bruce is S feet: 2 and weighs
Mina. State LSU LSU LSU LSU LSU ISIS after It straight triumphs cept he has no fingers and has 120 pounds but football Is a nat.
l Tennessee Ole -rne Ole "It was the greatest comeback l taYaa only one toe on each foot. The ural sport for the Gongolas. His
Mlaai'ssIppl Tenneanee Tennessee Tennessee Miss Miss Mina ," Schayes went on, "be l'r e ,rtr; only thing he can't do, his mother father played In high school His
cause 'It was against Boston. says, is tie bit shoelaces. uncle Don Gongola, is a former
Tulane That's something that has never "It's very Important to continue University of Illinois'qtarter..
Vanderbilt Tulane -Van'bllL -Van'bllL- -Van'bllt.- -Van'bllL -Van'bllt. happened to Boston." your education and try these back and currently the backfield .
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Kentucky The Morn won on Paul Neu different things," Bruce said. coach at Harvard Univer

Baylor Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Baylor Kentucky Kentucky mann's 20-foot Jump shot with 1"" i r' "You've got to at least try." shy ___
eight seconds left to play. It was !;! Bruce who was born handicapped
I Consensus Alabama Auburn, Florida State Boston College Miami tossup; LSU-! Tennessee the first game of a doubleheader began his education at
Ole Miss tonup; Vanderbilt, Kentucky. before 14,378 at New York'sMadison |AP wlrHKM. I* lilt aunt the Luther Burbank School for I'
Consensus last week Five right, two wrong, one tie. For season -46 right, 13 wrong, I'ties, Square Garden.In BRUCE GONGOLA Handicapped Children In Chica I LIVE

I 4 tonmps.Guestperte. the nightcap the Los Angeles In overcame handicaps go..After three yean his par.I
last week Dudley Grlner f-M; Bob Drlggers 1-"'; N. F. Ishie J-4-L Sunperist Lakers tied the score in rots transferred him to Rhodes
Benny Canon 6-Hj Joe Halbentete, M-IS Nil Nlnen,. 1-4-L For season ,Halbenteln IMM; the last five seconds then wenton School a regular public school I THE BEST

Caion, DNlasea, HW., to beat the New York Knicks FOR LOCAL WOMENEllemarfs In River Grove, suburb of Chi-
Seaports led Gnestperts, 1(2151.CUESTPEUTS. 132-113 In overtime. cago. YEARS OF.
Detroit made it two straight In the fourth grade Bruce began .
HELP 'WHIP UP''Barna under its new coach Dave De- 602 playing the ilide trombone. I YOUR LIFE
Busschere, beating the San He manipulates It with his
Francisco Warriors 121-W on wrists and now Is a member of ,
the Pia tons' home court. IN A NEW
the Elmwood Park High band.
Over Tech Boston got off to a 11-0 lead Second One 'Bruce' Is very strongly deter'
against Philadelphia and led BOSS ( Big mined to do things," his moth.I I HOME. .
i midway of the third period er. Mrs. Raymond E. Gondola

I al before the Tiers caught fire. Liz Elleman of South Atlantic Elms Newman of south At- said. "And 'he always finds a,
IIALBERSTEIN vote for Alabama over Georgia Baylor. Youn truly figures "We didn't like to see It end, "
: By JOE antic Oil had 516 and way. I
Oil Co. rolled the second a MrsElleman's
Sun Sports Editor Tech In the final' game betweenthe Bear should lick a Wildcat and this way, said Boston Coach "When he was three years Some 19U
I The Florida Gators don't have schools and coaches Paul that's about the only reason for ted Auerbach, "but we knew It 600 series of the season for wo 215 was best gama old," she said "we dropped II'
South Atlantic Oil
had 1493
Parade of
a Homes
a game this week so It's time Bryant and Bobby Dodd who the selection. The others are lad to happen sometime. He men In local leagues when she series and 511 penny on the floor to see whether F
a single
to see what we can whip up. have no love for each other. "agin," voting for Kentucky.Here' Indicated things would be differ- posted (02 on games of 203-184- best game he would pick It up. He stood I Modell
Lee
And helping with the "whl Aim Florida State gets a 1-0 hoping! the picks are ent when Boston play at Philadelphia 215 in the Triple Tumblers cir reen Splits, H; were Shirley made Padusnak by there for a few minutes, then'' Still A"iloble

ping up "are a trio of ladies vote over North Carolina State easy to digest. ___ Saturday night. I cult. 2-10; Annette Hoyt and TUlle moistened his hands and pickedit Turn Right 0" N.W.J .
from behind the soda fountainat and ditto for Louisiana State I Davis, 2-7's. up." th Sr at 28 Av. NW
Wise's Drug Store. They over Mississippi State. Irene Kirby of Coca-Cola led Bruce Is the oldest' of four
I are Marie Waters Edna Laird There are two contests that Colts Favored to Whip the University City Women's boys and the only one with a
and Marie Jones. bring no agreement. The gals League with a fine 574 set. She 4 ONarloewN
They combined with the Sun- III like Boston College I J over toppled 200-210-164. ZY
ports to make it a unanimous Miami tonight In the Magic Alice Resch, Brown's Amoco Umpires Sold
City. The Sunperts all like Miami in Return Game Service, had 557, Jeanne Leland -
over the Eagles. Vikings Manor Restaurant, 526; TAMPA (AP-The) contractsof
Miami Given And the Tennessee MisslsIppl Settle Sprow, Coca-Cola, 524; Florida State League umpires o

game Is another itale- By JACK HAND NFL 14-Vlnce Lombardi has Packers and fettle Cooper, First Federal Paul Nicolal, Danny McDevittand
mate. The Guestperta vote lOUdly Associated Press Sports Writer Baltimore 31, Minnesota 21- on move and the 4geraIren't 511. Ron Luciano have been sold I GAINESVILLEASSOCIATION
Slight EdgeOver to a woman for the Vols. Baltimore should get even Ever since the Vikings rolled going to stop them even Coca-Cola hit 2965 on 999-1000- 10 the Triple A International
The Sunperts arc solidly to a with the Minnesota Vikings Sunday -for 488 yards in the season opener at home. Packers won first 968 while Tassinari's had a 1028 League FSL president George
I man for Ole Miss In an upset. for the Colts' only defeat of and a 34-24 victory the Colts meeting 24-14 and should roll i best game. Splits were made MacDonald has announced. ,
EaglesMIAMI Then there the lone wolf McDevitt and Luciano rookiesIn OF
are ,
by Miss Resch, 6-7-10 Mrs.
the season and the unbeaten have been waiting for another big on the ground with Jim Taylor ;
ticks. Mrs. Jones feels Tulane the Class A league last i
Kirby, 4-10 and 64-10 Alice season -
I Buffalo Bills should run their crack at Dutch Van Brocklin'sgang. and Paul Hornung. ;
Boston College I. due to win and she are former HOME BUILDERS
(AP-The one Murray Tassinari's 5-7; Dot professional I
streak 10 at Probable loss of Raymond
winning to games St. Louis 21, New York 17-
t football team, with a 4-2 picks the Greenles over Vanrterillt. Nero, Rutherfords, 5-7; Es- letes. j I.
the of the Boston Pa Berry will hurt Johnny Unital'Pualnl
record, Invades the Orange Everyone else likes Green expense has Despite Giants' 34-17 decision telle Tilghman, 5-8-10; Gin- -
but Colts' defense
Bowl tonight to play the University Jack, that Is and the triots.A two weeks ago Cards must win ny Spark's, Glnny's Hairstylist
of Miami Hurricanes In Commodores.Mrs. lucky 10-1 record last week,firmed since early season. to stay In Eastern race. Pass 5-10; Tena Faford, Lord Byron's PHONE 376-4438
a game that could put the Jones has another lonesome boosted the season batting average Cleveland 24, Detroit 17 blocking for Charley Johnson 5-7 and 54-10; Betty Olson Manor -
Eagles In the Gator Bowl pic pick, too. She thinks to 64-29-5 ((3121In the Na- Lions always Jinx team for :should stand up better than It Restaurant, 64-10; TUlle
ture. Georgia will defeat A u bur n. tional football League and 254- Browns but loss of Joe Schmidt did In New York with John Ehrig, General Gaines, '5-7;
Boston College already has Everyone else thinks Auburn 2 In the American Football la a severe handicap to Detroit Vetere out of Giant rush line Phyllis Wright, Busch Bavarian
knocked off such giants as Syracuse will put an end to the BuII- League). Let's take another with Jim Brown crashing up the season 5-8-10; and Maxine Som- DRIFTBEEH
and two Cater Bowl il ORJ' upstart ways dip: (all games Sunday afternoon -middle Dallas 17, Philadelphia 10 mese General Gaines, 510. ,
Then there's Kentucky and ) Green Bay 31, San Francisco Cowboys
scouts will be In the stands to on upgrade with three 5
scout the Easterners. straight over Cards, Bears and PKY Harriers
Oddly Miami rules a slight! favorite NL COMEBACK PLAYER Giants. Eagles have lost last
\ probably on their recent two to Redskins and Rams. Triumph AgainP. !
record of victories over Detroit Los Angeles 28, Chicago 21-
and Tulane. Rams have running power to K. Yonge won Its third
Miami's young team has come Bunning Wins Aivard take advantage of absence of Jtralght cross country meet IN YOUR HOME AND PATIO

along in recent weeks and for Bill George in Bean' Hneback- this week over the Universityof with till nfripntid portiUa.S2i
the first time this season everyman Ing department and pass defense Florida course. The Blue I
on the squad la In good CINCINNATI (AP"Come) Gus Triandos, to the Phils for Iness-just bad pitching. to hold Bill Wade'i short Wave had 22 points to 49 for I aiun
physical condition. back of the year? Comeback outfielder Don Demeter and "Asked about the 1966 season, game within bounds. A word of Gainesville High and 50 for
Nearly 2,000 supporters followed from where Where have I Pitcher Jack Hamilton. unnlng said: caution! In their first meeting Starke. Low score wins izu ajstnsn
the Eagles to Miami and been?" Bunnlng, a resident of nearby I'm looking forward to It. Ithink Bean won 38-17. Jodie Munden of the Blue I '

the game Is expected to draw These were the questions Ft. Thomas, Ky., works for a all of us are We blew the Washington 24, Pittsburgh 21 I Wave finished In 11:30: for the WDJTS OF TOU3 FIVCSEE
some 40,000 fans. deed by Jim Bunnlng, Philadelphia -Cincinnati: Investment house pennant this year and we don't -Redskins moving I victory his third first place of EESCCSTSJUSICflDirSiTIatTaooMTiTecAMtMTnu ""- ,'
Phils pitcher, when told during the winter. want to do It again." wins in last three starts up with and two 24points the season. Bill fliers of PKY I ......
Tcnsi to Lead he had been selected Thursdays Although he questioned the The Phils let a six'game lead In I was second In 11:35, Jimmy ,{ Coca
the National\ League's Comeback -"comeback" Idea Bunning ad- get away from them in the nest- Cleveland.losing effort against Elchelsderfer of CHS third in I f>... ,.,,'.*,.<., ... 1..4.. oVMnA H etMltlll
FIn I
Steelen have e- a a a..a
FSU Saturday Player of the Year for mitted he pitched better this to-last week of the season butIIlvged four In 12:02; Bobby Hines, PKY, fourth ItoMl Ii bOT* X fiw KHIITS'iTMi.trTtjrii
964 In The Associated Press year than In 19S3. a second-place tie with dropped a row since upsetting 12:14: ; and Tony Lawson, .'1O irz! { wewns.e.h "CHHOtun

TALLAHASSEE (APThe poll.Bunning Part of his Improved record, Cincinnati as the St Louis Cardinals Browns.AFL ,Starke fifth In.12.21Broadwell's. '?.' /.. a.,M A5....(a..+....M..y .d.dwd., .. /MAI.a.U.an AIaAIlaatr .
Florida State Seminoles were to had a 19-1 record he said, was due to a "better won the pennant i ?w MM. ..lw d.w. NAMM.M .

hold a very short workout todayIn with the Phils this year and defense" Bunning Is a 1153 graduate of Buffalo Boston aoseT Ise. w ... r.rr lr w. s..A. .U1CHAVAIUM-
24-Bills
the final tone-up for the Saturday on June 21 hurled the major Then, referring to his 1943 ancinnati's Xavier University 27. 428 Set Best t5 wow. i r .d,1.ro A"e
night game with North perfect game In 42 years. It wan record, Bunnlng admitted: He and Mrs. Bunnlng are the have been Just squeaking I O; yes PHONE 37S-443S /
Carolina State. against the New York Meta. "I didn't pitch well. I pitched parents of seven children-a through In last three games butthis Donna Broadwell, Royal snap THIS COn ON AND MAIL-RIGHT MOWI
Coach Bill Peterson namedace He had only a 12-13 record 248 Innings and for six weeks I daughter, 12; twins, a boy and a is the big one. Pats Crowns, had a 428 series on
quarterback Steve Tensl as with the Detroit Tigers In 1943 pitched as bad as I ever have In girl, 10; a daughter; a ion, 6; thumped Bills In tie playoff 134-124-170 In the Royal Poultry I er.eosc ..n..
captain. offseasonwas life" I daughter I, and a 1 lame last December and theyhaven't Junior at Palm Lanes. s :" :: Maud: '
honorary game and, In the 195344 my son, forgotten loop ION ass a. M ::: ,. ....I.::::.:=
Practice was generally' light traded, along with catcher He didn't blame Injuries ort Mike Kelly. Splits and Gutters .-- .I" N asMyMalsasn
this week for the game as the Richard Coll New York 30. Denver It-Jets rolled 423 and Bobby Kul- till .....
coach allowed Die players an opportunity ihould win but not If they expect tart Cobras had 422.
FencerRichard
to get over some of Top a pushover. The Broncs Splits and Gutters had an .....-
1 their bruises. The offensive Con of St Petersburg were rough on San Diego last 1831 series and Red Eyes a 636
squad was drilled Thursday on Fencing Club week with the Chargers pulling top game. Nancy McElwain 0., 0-
the ground attack at the goal- capturedfirst It out late.Kansas Royal Crown made the 6-1
j line and the defensive squad epee place events In of both an the saber tournament and City 24, San Diego 21 split, Mike Wyche Royal' Z cZ an. LW .. a..e ........... ....awn M,_ oN''

f was drilled Thursday on the held open Despite long-time hex the Crown, 2-10;Kenneth Davis Red
ground attack at the goal line of Florida.recently at Univeraity Chargers have over the Chiefs, Eyes. 44; and Sandra Ennls. PHONE 376-4438
and the defensive squad worked Hoods -7.
Timothy Reed of the U F Kansas City showed good punch -- --- -
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out against pus playi.f week Oakland while
Club last against
Fencing was second in the
j saber competition, followed San Diego was so-so.
by
f Haulers Face Nick Buano of Jacksonville Houston 2$. Oakland 21-Oil-! P.K. YONGE

Joe Sasek of Florida was second en won earlier 42,21 and Raid .
Tough Southern In epee, and Jose Hill of ers looked disorganized last
I Jacksonville war third. week against Kansas City. I
i TALLAHASSEE (AP-Coach Blue WavesVS.

I Jake Gaither said today he
hasnt been satisfied with the CHECK TECHCOLOR
play of Florida A fc M's football WITH .

team despite its lix straight L tM 1'
wins. TV HEADQUARTERS ( GREEN COVE SPRINGS

He warned that the Southern SYLVANIA MOTOROLA MAGNAVOX clv \\ BLUE DEVILS
., University Jaguar Cats, whom
the Rattlers meet Saturday aft. t

trnoon at Baton Rouge. will beapolllng k''ana' -r- TECH TV Tonight Is
f for an upset. ,1
"They art attempting to sal- 1720411OHM Alumni Player
m N.W. UtS A.e. Phone
bad and knocking
vats a season
I Ml. TIL 9 PAYMENT PLANS
PM 5
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look !
I us off will make them Night
he said. "!'tIe Cats have I -
1 eon and lost five. As wow's' to lie Inn I
two
Caliber told the players not to JIM BUNNING LIFE TIMEMUFFLERS Citizens Field8p.m.Tonight
and .i ahowai at his stock brokerage offlc.I .
take Southern lightly recalled -
that they upset the Rat-
tiers to 1W>. I TOM DOIJON
NON TKANSrEXAIlI
He said the best football lays: INSTANT CREDIT Te H.U.n .! Net. Credit Car1
played by the Rattlers this tea-
half of the "Havt VJ Tad so 1NuftIoc ft< ion tint
wu the NC..., ?" SM a m'ttMrial k'deand.e
game with Tennessee State Imuronrt Apse tqnmieot r look foe M'BIG ..
t which they finally won 22-20. and I I' wait Adults . 1.25
I the second half of Die lameI' MM,* I-M7I
against A T College of NorthCarolina NATIONAL. OTK7WN Will Students.
won by the Rattlers ...... .... IMN.VMJthSt. Pie.. 372.1419 750r


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REVIEW VI'
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TALLAHASSEE (AP) With

I Late MorningN. the specter of federal court ordered
I legislative apportionment
Readers' Listing hanging over Florida, special
Request session talk began cropping up
AlllsChal 21% KaisAl 28H, throughout the state.
Alcoa 19 Ken'cott 94
%
TM LIb.1M Nark? Maitar ... Gov. Farrls Bryant told his

it'r=."T=: =- ::: STOCK LISTINGS AmAlr AmCan 45 43%% Llg&My Loch'd 37H S6V,, news legislators-Including conference today Sen.several John

AmCyan 14% Lorillard 44%
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Pierce Spottswood of Key West-sug--
WdbernMurphe3r
AmMot 15% Mag'vox 33%, S
jested he call a one-day session!
AT&T 61% MM&M 58V,
NEW YORK Textron 1.40 48' I Keystone K..I _. .._ 1.95 AmTob 31 Mohasco 14%, to appoint special committees to
STOCK EXCHANGE Tidewater _._ 36%I Keystone S > I 17.15 AmpxCp lIViMonsto 14"% study the perplexing problem I
Abbott Lab ,... .,.,,. tAllied > 43% TrIAl W A __ 50 Keystone S 4 _.. 5.7 Anaconda SS MontWd 43% Although Florida Legislature
Chem ,. .. i.BO 54%, Union PAC has been unable to come up with!
1.I0a 44%!Ute Investors __ 10.61 Armour 54% NatDair 14%
Amerada Pt _, 2.00 14'94 Union Air L I.SOb 51"Vpjolul Life Stock Fund 7 12 Babcock 36NatDlst 27% a n acceptable apportionment:
Am tIc Pow ??-,.,..__ i.isb 44V. 1.00 494Jim Mass Inv Stock _. 17.53 BethStl 31'011 N.AmAf 52% plan since 19S, the concensus of
Amer Enka n.-uu 14fla 70 Walter 2451War Mass Inv Growth ..1. Boeing 14% Penney 67 lawmakers has been that the
Amer Hone __ 144a 13V. Lamb .70 3194 Pioneer Fund ._ 1G.38 Borden 79% PRR 40% Legislature, not the courts.
Amer M Fdy .?.?.... .90 18% WorthlntnJ.. 1.50 52 Puritan Fund .. .._ 110 Brunswk |% PepCola 57 should provide the reapportionment Drilling heath Boat

ArmcO SO! .___ 3.00 IN Xerox 104' Putnam Growth .._ ,,_ ..74 CaterTr 39% PhllMor 78*. plan
Atch Topka _, 120a 34 Zenith Bryant said he would be will This [I" the boat that sent two brothers to their deaths Wednesday !Muck
1.20a 88'I TV l< Elec r,,.,.,,. ..-... .. 1.10 Celanese 71% PhillPet 53%
Baxter Lab ._ _.__, .X 21 Value Line Inc _. 1.19 Chrysler 51% RCA 32V Ing to call a special session be- Pond three miles south of (:Galnenvllle. was still afloat Thursday when the
Beckman In --.u mil OVER THE COUNTER Wellington Fund _._ 15.10 CocaCola 139% RepStl 45H" fore his term expires Jan. 5 "IfIt' bodies of William and Huey Godwin were recovered by divers A half brother,
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Beech Lf S ?- ,.,"... 110 53% m.NSW....YORK.. -'CAP?-- TIM-MlMtos.... 11'I "kMN.IIOMI ". ComEd 56% Revlon 39% the concensus of the leader- Alex Dav In, escaped drowning when he was pulled from the water by rescuers.

Bristol My _____ .80 13% IM AHKMM. Mt rwnml if SwyrHlw KlMl Ir Outn. _- NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS ContCaa 52% ReyTob 41% ship of the Legislature and (Sun .photo by Bill llager)
Brown Shoe ... ....- 3.40 ]108'4 salon *lout- ... tile NMD Kt_ Complete VoL Close Chgs. DowChe 71% StRegP 32% Gov-elect Haydon Burns thatit
Brunswick ..__...._ 1% of tile __ willllIo 000. rowsi Ill 100 Woolworth 31H 2% would be useful.
ttoo _.. ... I up duPont 275 Seaboard 52%
CambellS ...._ 2.40 34 50.5000. 'MbNt 77100 Madison Sq Car 2 up VM EAL 31 Sears 129 He said also that he would calla TO OVERFLOW UF AUDIENCE

Carter Pdt ___ ._ 1.OOa 16% Allco Land _. .... 11% 200 Pan Am 31% up H E.Kodak 140 Sinclair 56% session If the federal court ordered
Case J I in-r-uUIJ 18'1. Amer Fidel Life 25% 13 too Sterling Drug 28* unch Firestone 44% Socony 85% Florida to act Immediate-
Cessna Air 1.00 30'1. Amer Heritage ._. ._ 22 II100 Minn P&L 4IV4 off VII FlaP&L 12 SouthnC U% iy Pearl Buck Tells Plight
Ches Ohio ,.___ 4.00 75% Amer Mat Ins 19% 400 Tex Cul Sul Sr/4 up 1H Ford 54 SperryR 14% Bryant said he would have to
Coas S Gaa _.._, 34%'Amer Pioneer Life __ 394 48 300 Reading 1st Pfd II up % FrmstDa 13% StBrand 7t% have an agreement of the legis-

CBS _. rru,,,,,... 1.DOb 42% Anheuser Bused _._. ._ a 41 000 Me Dermott M* off V FreptSul 4!% StONJ 19% latlve leaden that the session
Comb Eng _, ,,.?, 1.20 37 Anodyne __. __ 5' 45 500 Crucible Stl 23% up 1% GenDyn 36'% Studebak 1% would not go beyond one day. Of Korean-American YouthPearl
Comsat Corp ___ 40',11 Citizens Bank ....,,_ -- ... 37 42 100 Unlv Oil Pfd 40 up 2H GenEl tt'% Swift 54 During that one day, he said,
Cone Mills ____,... .80 21% Conn Lt It Pow.__ _, 37% 41 000 Sinclair 561unch GenFds 14% Texaco 17% the Legislator would appoint
Cont Air L .40 21iI Cowles Mag & Pb ....... 12'11 :37 900 Chrysler SW off 1%1 GenMilIs 43 Thiokol 13 special committees to study the Buck pleaded the case camps They are segregated In American," the told the students .

ContI Ins. ???._????, 2.20 80'4 Dunn & Bradst __ 6494Florida 34 900 Pure OJ S7% off IVi! GenMtrs 97 UCarb 124 question of apportionment and of Korean American "children orphanage! often receiving less today
Contrl Data .-_ .?. 5394 Gas .... 12 I 32 900 Term Gas 23% up *i Goodrich 11% UnltAlrc 57% make recommendations to the of disgrace" before an overflow food than the other children She Introduced Theodore Harris "
Corn Pdta 1.50 53'1. Fla Natl Bank == 64 32 600 Texas G Pro 104 off H Goodyr 46% UnFrult 17% April 1965 regular session, audience of University of Flor They are considered children of who accompanied her on

Delta Air.....,. ,_ 160 6594 ITa Tele ?,???,. 21',11 Greyhnd 24% US Steel 55% Ida students May disgrace, with no opportunity for her tour here In his role as executive
Det Steel __ 60 1494 F'orrest Labs ,_, 28% AMER STK EXCH GulfOil 62V4 UnlvMat IIIntHarv Utilities' TaxSluings Students gave the humanist, education or a Job," Mini Buck director of the Pearl

Emerson El _. 1.00 43' Founders Life __- ...., 10'/' ACTIVE STOCKS 14% WestgEl! 43% Pulitzer prlte writer standing said. Burt Foundation.
Fair Camera ___ .MgFinanl 23% !Franklin life ?????,.._ 51' Volume Oose Q,. IntNlck M'% WlnnOlx 39% ovations on her arrival from She warned of the dangers of He emphasized the founda-'
Fed .,.,.. 35% GreatAmerlcan u-. UI 200 D. Kaltman 3'% up W IntPap 37% Woolwth 31% Going Jacksonville and at the conch rebellious outcast lon's stress on contribution being
Fst Chartr _,._,.._ 197f 25' Cruller _. ._ 3894: 71 700 Magellan Pete 4'% up HM Jones&L 75Dunke(1 lon of her talk. young, youths used for the rehabilitation
Fst West Fin __ 101\ Gulf Life ,-nu. ._ 513 700 Day Mines 10% up HM Back to StateTALLAHASSEE "I am here," she quietly explained turning to communism. if the Illegitimate Korean children
Fla E Cat 15'1. Herff Jones ___ 1554 1 1 000 Tel-ASign 7% up 3'4 Flier "to talk about a special "Are we to allow them to rather than administration,
Food Fair __ .90 23 Home Ins _.,.._.,,., 643Kennaaaw 42 200 Victoreen Inst 7% up % (AP) An new group born Into this world." grow up ss a rebellious, angry Harris said Mine Buck I II pay.
FMC Corp. ?.__, J.00 13 Life __ -m.m 974 ODD LOT Had 'Worrics'HOMESTEAD undetermined amount of money Then she overcame the absenre group In an Asian country so ng the cost of the foundation
Frito Lay. _.. _, 41% Life of Fla _____ .. 1% TRANSACTIONSPurchases saved by public utilities under of a public address iysem near communism!" she questioned -administration until It Is firmly
Gen Tele __ .88 38'1. Lowes Company ?,-????, 191\ 355674 (AP) An Air the 1964 federal corporal .Income to tell the story of M,000 illegitimate "They wander In packs; established, noting that In the
Ga Paclf I.OOb 58% Mllgo Electron .____ 994 Short Sales ..,,.. ..,..,..'2,161 Force pilot-plucked from chop tax reduction law will be outcast children f.thered sleep In cluverts and fight with future, no mort than 25 per cent
Getty Oil __..._ log 28'I Mort Guaranty Ins ?,?.?..,?. 25'% Other Sales _____ 387.M3 py waters of the Gulf of Mexico plowed back to benefit Florida by American servicemen parka of wild dogs for food." or the contribution totals will be
Grace Co 1.OOb 51'4 Pacific Sw Air ____ 3194 Total Sales ___ 370,063 40 hours after parachuting from and Florldlans In Korea. used for administration.
Hel Curtis __. .. M 13'I SchllU Brew __. .._ 43'4 PREVIOUS DAY'S his crippled Jet-old today he The Public Utilities Commls- '"''I am not judging the moral She explained that when she He explained that contrlhu-
IBM. .._ _._ 500 419'% Secur LIfe i Tr ___ 6094 STOCK MARKET was "just a little bit concerned" alon ordered 79 public aspects" she explained "I can- became aware of the growing Ion* should be made to the
lot Min C __ HOa 38'4 Southern Nitro .._ ._ 25% when sharks circled him to set aside the funds utillue.1 n't bear to see the children of problem of the outcast Korean- foundation In care of Mica Buck

Int Tele ..r..................... BOa 5m Travelers Ins _..-?-?-?,.. 41 Advances. ,-,...._..,, a 170 "But I hung motionless the der the reduction until the commission my people degraded and doomed American, she decided to aid In Philadelphia,
Lehman Cp 134e 3m Declines ___.. 401 water and they didn't vn decides what to do with to be future troublemakers." In helping the Korean govern- Following her talk, Miss Buck
Litton In ._., U8f 13% AMERICAN STOCK Unchanged 290 brush against me," said Cap! the money. She laid the children are au.perlor ment Integrate the children Into, was scheduled to be Interviewed
Lone S Cm _, 100 21% .EXCHANCEAeroJet. ;Total Issues __ 1,306New Paul Shook 36, of Merriam, The order was sent to four half American and Korean society at the UF educational television
Marsh Fid _._ 160 52'1. Gen -.rt 196344 High ____ N I.Kan., after hla rescue Thursday electric power companies, 22 Ul half Korean and are still She formed the Pearl S. Buck: studio for part of an educational
Martin M _._ 1.00 19% Analex Corp 2794 New 196344 Lows _____ S phone companies, 1) natural being born out of wedlock at Irate Foundation, lending her nami I aeries being produced by

McG HIli ....____ 60a 3694 Aqua Chem _._. 13 gas companies and 34 water and of 1000 a year, accordingto because she la known for bet WUFTTV, channel five The
Mead Corp __ 1.70 50 Aurora Plastics <_ 26'4Baron ewer companies under the com- government statistics. companion to Allan peoples date of the Interview' showing

Merkd __, lOOa 41% Butler Shoe Engineer,_.._,_ u 19'4% High School JournalistsTo mlaslon's jurisdiction "They- _hang _around American "I__ wish help from every. was nit announced .
Natl! AIr! ______ M 10NY
Centi .. ........... Mg 50 Chromaloy 15 Attend
Nal M Pow 2.00 58'1. Cinerama I Conference at UF/
Norfolk W 800 138% Computer Set 21 Women Talk Over Their Job Problems I
Cutter Labs A 1634
High school
No. Ind P S _141 12'It Journalists from eases and health careers.Dr. .
No Nat Gas ......._.. 110 58"% Data Control 54'\' 10 north central Florida coun- Edward Swinson, Professor .
Fulton Inda __ 'I\ ties will meet here for a Saturday Dora Hicks and LT Journalism TALLAHASSEE (AP) ovrnorelect eluding public and private em- side the home and that there and mother, Mr. Lee Leaven
Olin Math 1.20 40% ,Gen Develop ._ 4% morning conference at the Dean Rae 0. Welmer Haydon Burns (told ployment opportunities, new and should beMr.. employment good of Tampa said, "There Is a
Owens HG 250 105% Jal Mlnlt Mkta 'N University of Florida. 'will apeak at the the Florida Commission on the expanded services for women ss opportunities for women ever need for more children day
Pac C & E 1.00 1 3594 : conference Status of Women by telegram working wives and mothers and 40, centers"
Mackey Airlines _._ 5' The Tuberculosis and amp
Respiratory which will be held at the Journalism
2.40 32% :
Pac Ling ,Mead Johnson 15'% Diseases Man will sponsor School. that he "looks forward to work women as volunteer worker 'Effort' should be made to She concluded by laying the
PacT&T .._ 1.20 28% "
Pan Amer A __ .. 1.20 31'I Pac Nw Tele _._ 2394Philips the meet with the UF. The program Is part of the log with this commission. Mrs Helen Parades of Miami, pas bills for equal wage and commission should "encouragewomen
Parke Dav 100 28'4 Elec: __ 41'/. The students, Including repesentatives Tuberculosis Association press Meeting Thursday In the gov discussing public and private work regardless of ores" said I to use their lime and Ul-
Pennzoil 2.00 4494 Redwing Carriers 10' f re m Gainesville project, which Includes nation rnor's conference room In the employment policies, mentioned Mr. Gladys Holley of Qulnrey, enta lo their greatest potential
Pfizer __ ._ 80a 49"% ,Rlc Croup 3" High School P. K. Tongs Santa al contests for high school jour Capitol, the commission heard barrier to equal opportunities chairman of !the committee dealIng as an Individual, wife, mother,
741\ :Sperry R. Win 194Syntex Fe High School and Howard nallsts Gainesville students reports from eight standing com- and differences in pay with late labor law. rltlien/ and worker"Mis

Phelps Polaroid Dg___ 300.20 11."' : _._ .. 53% Bishop Junior High 1 School, have been among the contest mlltees. Kay Warren of Tallahassee, She said many women, driven Jiyne Semler told the ....
Pub SY E G 260 31 ,Tampa Elec: __ 21',11 will hear lectures on tubercu- winners for the pest elf I hi t The committees discussed equ.'al dean of women at Florida Stale by economic necessity, have no cnmmliahtn many organisation
Tech Measur 10'Twa loals and other I choice In the Job with retirement fund and Insur-
Pure Oil .. __ LOG 5794 respiratory_ dls- years I opportunities: for women, I,,- University told the commission they accept.Many
__ 1.00 42' WtI __ 3194Valspar --- -7 --- --- --- it should Investigate the extent are working In businessesnot nee pollcln for men do not
Rayonier 7 and quality of education provided covered by the fair labor have them for women.
Rexall .. Mb 5994Reyn
--YOUR WORTH laws I She suggested the commission
MONEY'S for women.
Metl __ .50 32' MUTUAL FUNDS
She fell that education doe Mrs, Virginia Smith of Miami Investigate what could be don
Rich Merr ___ 1.00 55' Affiliated Fund 103
R C Cola ._ 1.20 191\ 'Capital Life & Gr 10.0(1( not. equip women_for jobs outHunt discussed political and property about this
rights regarding Her I Miss Aim Loy said do
women women
Roy Dutch'1.73g 41% Divers Growth _____ 10.37:: '
Cost committee found w.1a.\ volunteer worker
are
Living Compared women
very
Searle Gd .90 12% I Dividend Shares 314 SeasonTo
constitutionally well protected in hospitals and In
Singer ______ 2.00 121\ Dreyfus 21.31 therapy eerv
In Florida. of the few where
Smith Kin l.20a IS'I Fidelity Capit .-, ,..? _. 11M ten, one areas
As for new and expanded service she said women art treated
Sou Cal Ed 1.OSSt. 37% Fidelity Fund .. 11.74 Begin a*
Oil Cal _._ 2 00 70 FIdelity Trend -- 20.06 By Sylvia Porter -* for women- a.*. working.._wive--.equal.

St Oil Ind __ 2.00b 42',11 Fund'tal Invest 11.19 .-. .

Sterl Drug 65 291. Income of Boston 1.74. U you were Ivan working !In Whether or not Kosygln wID While some services si d I TomorrowTALLAHASSEE

Texas Util. .. ... 120 1394 Incorporated Inc f f1 Moscow today, It would cost succeed In areas where Khrushchev r goods-subway fares, haircuts, Steady ProgressIn
you '213 to buy I two pound bungled so abysmally la to newSJllpera-ar. notably cheaper Thousands
STOCK chicken of Indifferent quality 1 been seen but the extent In the Soviet Union, theover of Florida bunters will be at
II FLASHES I and you would work more than to which Khrushchev: did fall Is' aft contrast In our favoris their favorite shooting stands
MARKET five hours to earn the 893. If dramatized by the above figures obvious and, says Radio I one-half hour before sunrise .tomorrow Space Is Goal

you are Tom, Dick or Harry just compiled by RadIO Liberty Liberty's president flo.la.d a* the hunting seams
NEW YORk (AP-Weakness working In the Mew York area' the moat powerful voice,H. Sergeant. "Eves this studyof on resident game open la the
In some of the motors was countered Dew Joewe Stock AveragesPrevioes It costs you M cents to buy a of democracy beard b tilt comparative standards U not Fifth Conservative District, according -r By HOWARD BKNFDICT": -The launch of more than 223
by selective strength in i two pound chicken of elce1-1 USSR. Supported by private a full picture, because m a ay to A. D. Aldrich dll'fColot CAPE KENNEDY (AP -The earth satellites, lunar and plane
key stocks early this afternoon Day I 2nd Hour i :lent quality and yon :1 US. citizens. Radio Liberty I items available n the U >I Game and Fresh Water director of the nation manned Ury probes, more than twice the
and the stock market edged Irregularly 174 O 30 Indust 1.. than a half hour la earn Is on the air to the Soviet I are not purchasable In Mat-' Flab Commiwlon. spare flight' program said today number placed In spat by the
higher. op M cents.If Union 24 hours a day from cow and there are great dlfference that the United Slates I It dedicated Soviet
2246 03 20 Raw up 140 you were a Moscow housewife West Germany, Spain and ForMS In quality. The hunting season for resident to becoming first hi spare .
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Trading was moderately active 1HU UUULC up til you would be paying $1 *. Ivan I II m longer so Isolate game bird and animal and that "It would be sheer roll -The first sureessfu planetary
but be lew Thursday's .30 6J Stocks for a twe pound bag of sugar, I that he Is unaware of living I in the Third Conserviuoej District to react to each new Russian flyby with the Mariner (-
pace up 141U10000 '.5t for a pound of coffee 06 A hypothetical weekly food standards In the free world Northwest Florida) open manned flight by attempting to Venue spacecraft hi 1962.
1, .0000 Volume for of milk and basket for I family of four In and there are Intriguing signs Nov Ifs allowed "
Weakness In Ford was an early cents a quart 21. a I big Is change our own program. -First closeup moon picture
feature as many of Ita em your husband (and or you) Moscow costs ran, Radio that Kosygla and the new Communist from _half hour before sunrise Dr. George E. Mueller, *_'- obtained by Ranger I last summer
Idled by strikes would put hi 441 minute of I Liberty estimate v r s a sIll Party leader Lead until one-half !hour after ate administrator for manned ,
ployes were stock trimmed split a strike by sis shop onions working Urn to buy Just these U for that equivalent famIly recognize bis retUvcness sunset for resident '11M. space flight for the National.
and layoffs. The scheduled for Nov. 23, three basic tons. If you are a to New York. T* ears this and intend .to do something Waterfowl season, dicks, Aeronautics and Spare Administration I -Orbiting of weather" and com-
a loss which at one time against most of the nation marketbssket Ivan works near munlratlnns satellites "which
nousewtfe ta the New Yo.rk' about It geese and coots, will at told the national editorial
ed a point cftd.1 railroads. wburbe, you're peylnf 23 cents ry IS hour, while bit U. > n may be a long time beforewe sunrise Nov 2S. with open bunting writers conference ki a pre'pared promise" many economic bne

As Ford made a Prices moved generally higher for the sugar, M cents lor the Industrial counterpart w r k isnder know what new face Khrush allowed/ from sunrise to sun**! speech: I I"AtI'f inti.
General Mo nine II an. Allowing lorI chev's. will .to Interval In our I -Launching of score of scientific
covery. however. hi moderate trading on the coffee, 21 cents tot the milk, successors try pat Second phase of the dove long
ton enlarged a fractional/ decline American Stock Exchange. and your husband and er I per cent margin for error oo Russia's Onmu ilm. B11 t tIt hunting statewide manned flight program er a new : satellite "which have returned .
season
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to a toss of more than a you) put to kte Bum minutes to cover price fluctuaUoM. her could be I form of .creepingcaptuDsm omorrow with opera bunting allowed Soviet flight, seem .to cloud the I( to earth vast quaotllle
point. Chryjlf wed fraction Corporate bonds were mixed working time to finance your are eatsinNew compartMM designed to ear national perspective with envy.lot' new Information M the solar
ally. III light trading U.I. government purchases.Even of York and raw Om gap between (he living from noon to sunset Hunting of for the most rtrenl Run-Ian *0. system space environment
bonds weakened en profit for his quart of vodka Moscow: standards of Ivan and you. the mlsraUrv *nlc. and woodcock eompUshment This was the can' Mueller said that the Apollo
Rails held a slight rise en !akin, Iran works 72> minutes, pays I also opens tomorrow Rail, with the three-maai VoskhodUlght men-to-Ow-monn pt'Ol1l11lt"I .

balance while steels were most- M 71 Suburbia Joe works 112 Uess CM to t'J. INY W-rt time to .hrale* and gafunui (marsh bee) ..1 l /t/grassing: satlifacuirlhf/ and pre
J.7 ea.,. Vote Count minutes, pays M 21. Metetw NY, MMW eat rinses today [ )fU.IWrsIlJd/ was not down. ducted the U S. would achieve
Some of the farm Imple- Openly admitted force behind > Loaf Bread T.t 136 0 mla It min Hunters between the site oflU I'1 grading Soviet achievements but KJ goal by 1171
ments acnferroos metals and the overthrow of Premier Macaroni ft =- 23* II mill. 24 min and 61 must obtain < bunt.1|(salad .to point out that "Iber He said the overall purpose 01
Minuet helped keep the lit as Set Tuesday Khrushchev here beft Seas Rice II. 231" Imta. 54 mm. big license and aQ b urKi never I in no reasoej for peeaimisni concerning the Apollo project ha* been generally
a whole narrowly within plus ten as agriculture severe disappointments Beefsteak 1 ft.*, tin 1171 '4. mis. IMDwo.a the age of M wiuwt obtam the Ul space effort misunderstood by the pub-
territory. TALLAHASSEE (AP) The m. Industrial out Pork I ft*. IL35 BIICWrkea mis. 22) mla I duck damp before buntwg He said thai while Russia,
lic."Many
Toe Associated Press average official statewide count of the put. Asms. failures la market 1 ft*. IS* HSugar 23 min 311 solo waterfowl A 0 permit at required through Ms early start to develppmeof people seen to believe
of 60 stocks at soon was ip .4 So*. 1 general elect** votes kis ei consumer {Dods. 21*. 2V I1MMJk O I mla 117 mks to bunt *. any 01 the 10 I of large rockets."e be said "that landlagti the
at 3-M with Industrials ip X will be made next Tuesday Now' the sew Premier AJrxeiKooygm. qt 336 w isle. 11 min wildlife nCambodlaas,...,. arena. .j T s t bmporsry adva moon ahead of the Soviet I II the
pub up .$ and utilities up J. tj stressing the what Coffee ft Y4 t2M M min 3R7 mat tae ki manned spare flight the paramount objective. This I. tat'N.
The Dow Jones Industrial average The state canvassing board,,importance of accelerating Vodka qt, 1421.71 112 mas.. 72 mm. extract actor L...... lutes bae estaMMlMd' The prbwtpal goal to to make
at..noon was off .B sir I:;made up of Atty Gen. James fans production: boottttg Ik *rail || M HM JI.ml* t4 mla W sugar from the flowers oftuouv and mamuiM I preeminent the United States first bi space
< but the Dow Jones 6S-:Krees, Secretary af Stale Tom ilproduetioa of consumer goads. ,Subway IV K aimia II min r! palm*. rtarveeters" t'ra"V 'overall poeillon and capabdilyMuefler 'The manned spar flight mUwkw
stack average was ahead by r Adams and State Comptroller moving toward a semi capUausue *- Movie CM ** U mm. Mink,'!lie IP easy M hot pole taI.. __." I[milestones provide a font loft
Jl \JUT Green will meet to artily He net marketing Haircut me* f 171 SV 41 mm. St mm.i ailed the tiniest juice as ..., noted these U .. ao the development W OM eapabd-
Rails kept to the upside 9... me results. land product.* a-eeatnm I'[Newspaper W iii Kiosk Umm.1(Doe /ails. 'ooanplLhmeab: |tty required for preeminence.
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By HERVEY SHARPE [eradication program also keepsthe that plants suffering from lackof milLHEi
i Group to noxious pests from using water may not survive the!,
Agricultural Extension Service
I of cold and
J JI or the fertilizer you applied to the double suffering ,

JI Wilbur, ,until If you like to stare at neighbors trees. .drought., I I
I, in a casual way, try planting -
I The Alachua County Chemical -mittee members are D. D. Mc- flowers they wish to bloom flowers In window boxes. While hoeing around the

U'JVANNEFLivestock' Education Committee will Cloud, representing the FlorIda throughout the winter In this This way you can gaze and trees, Inspect them for scale, i
meet In the county agent's office Department of Agriculture; area. Some of the seeds that get subjects for choice gossip! Remember dont use oil spray

next Wednesday at 7:30: B. C. Pafford, Alachua County ,can be planted at this time for while taking, or faking care of for scale control during cool ESI
p.m. Health Department; F. D. McCormick -:flowering December t h rough the flowers. weather. Oil makes most door-
Florida's pesticide educational vocational agriculture \ February are: Baby's Breath, Constructing window boxes yard plantings.less resistant to

Market program Is second to none ; Charles Morris, Florida Calendula. Dianthus, Larkspur, can be a do-it-yourself proj- damage during cold weather. I
I and we would like to keep It Agricultural Research Insti- ,Lobelia, Petunia, Phlox, Snap- ect. However, If a hammer In One material to use for scale
Gainesville Livestock Market that way.; Our state Is In a very tute; James Wershow, Alachua ''dragon, Sweet Pea and V e rhens. your hand becomes a misguided control during winter is mala- car insurance buy-

reports 53 buyers bought 907 prominent position with respectto County Farm Bureau, and Josephine Most of these seed take missile and tends to hit the thion 50 per cent emulsion at famous low rates
market Its role in the food McSwlne and the rate of three @
head of cattle on the key supply your teaspoons per
from nail
three to four weeks to wrong then It's best t 0 and top service
Monday. The market showed and Its record with the county'agent., representing the hire local gallon of water. If necessary, I
a handy man to do !
strength throughout the sale. safe use of pesticides In agriculture Florida Agricultural Extension -germinate so get your flower the. He Install windowbox follow with a second application Contact me today
The Federal State Market and around the home. Service. garden soil prepared and plantas In ahort can order. a of malathion about three weeks
Service reported slaughter Florida agriculture seems Now Is the time for our homeWitlllIunt soon as you can. later. !'t!.
News A good soil mixture, planting
I heifers and cows destined to make phenomenal
steers, Are.
to 50 cents higher; bullsto growth In the next 10 years. material adapted to the exposure Don't be too anxious to prune '
strong to Pesticides essential to Season and plant care are necessary out "dead" wood from
$1 higher; and calves $1 are ng your I.117 .
$2 higher. Stocker steers were maintenance of higher quality for the success of your shrubs following a cold snap. (Q)

reported (1 to '3 higher. and productivity levels, as well window sill project. Also, for Cold will often defoliate branches
Cattle prices Monday: as to providing valuable functions Levy Goes OutdoorsOne best results In winter, locate without killing the wood. If I
Steers and heifers-Good and related to health, indoor the window box on the sunny you cut out wood soon after a .

choice, $1975.122; standard, and outdoor living. I side of the house.A cold pell, you might discover
$14 18.75: utility, ill 20.75. DARE projections to 1975 of the many advantagesof good soil mixture for house that 'you have cut out live 1 Ralph Turlington'
M Calves-Good and choice, ,16-' show Increased use of agricultural living in Levy County comesof plants is equal parts of sand, 'wood. So let the shears stay In

20; standard, $14-19; utility, $U- chemicals will take place; age next Saturday. The day : ; peat moss and good garden the shed until you're sure of the P elt0Hr.
17; stackers $020.CowsUtility fungicide use will Increase 40 hunting season opens, business Levy : soil. To each bushel mix In a exact extent of cold damage. STATE MRN ":.aL. U

$12-1425; cut-|per cent, insecticides, 75 per Is over In Levy County for half pound of complete fertilizer ... ....... ..... c., ,........'
ters, $9-1250; stackers, $9-15, cent, herbicides, 339 per cent awhile. I. such as .-... or 8-8-t. I Don't spare the water during 1r 11III: -.ct';art !
County the winter months. Remember
50. and fumigant use will Increase The great outdoors has a I It's not a good Idea to grow -------
Bulls-Utility, $1550-17; cut--192 per cent. Improvements re- unique way of helping you for- over two or three kinds of

ters, $11-1350; stackers, $8-15. lated to home use will likely get the cares of the day and enjoy Anent I plants per window box. You Attention Livestock Producers!
A good hog sale Tuesday saw take place at a rapid rate. God's creation. 'There's may like to consider color com CD

404 head cross the block, with Many safety requirementsand nothing like a walk In the ........ Cobb binations, too. This could Include .
butcher grades to 24 cents low- standards established b y woods with your boy to cementa blue, pink, and white; [
er. Good feeders were strong federal and state laws are met lasting fellowship. If gee hive use u Httle t.
I Saturday, Nov. 14, will see a red white and blue; red and
running to $27. before releasing pesticides for Levy County Is blessed wit!:I record number of people migrating yellow; or red with white. Mil Mw or I III Ik. future plus. .. r to

Hog prices Tuesday: use. There is a need, however, many of the most picturesque! Into the sleeping "Giant" _' Trailing vines and green foliage Clnt..t M. .f the kvy.nCoMbn' .t
No. 1's, 180-200 pounds, $14- understand pesticidesand places In Florida. To enjoy most t .
to better Levy County for hunting, plants well with all of S iiMf. Ctmpiny mit
40 No. 1'i 205-240 pounds, $14.- to continuously exercise of them you will have to get oul t go .
: and .
fishing !
enjoying the great these tKtm '''''011, Ie ,
35; No. 2's, $14.35; No. 3's, $13, care In handling, applying of your air-conditioned car, beat t outdoors. Many of these ,Lasaeck.
will be Suggested for buy ,
No.4'., $12.95; No. 1 Ro's, $12.- storing and disposal of unused off the mosquitoes and sand experienced plants growing and
10; Hy Ho's, $1205; feeders to chemicals and empty containers. gnats and tramp Into the woods. will be enjoying campers their first many In window boxes are begonias,
'27. Tall-timber, native range, and .. experlenc. coleus, ferns, wandering Jew COPELAND OFFERS YOU
The Florida Graded Pig SaleIs This Is where your Chemical beautiful hammocks still cover vinca, geraniums pansies, petunias
slated for Dec. 10. Education Committee needs I I One of the many advantagesof Regardless of which group portulaca, marigolds 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
In County comesa you fit In, It would be well to nasturtiums and verbenas.
your help and guidance In planning living Levy review i
vast majority of this tenth- your hunting safety riles 1. Cash market
and carrying! out a safetyprogram. and examine Shrubs every day.
The Chemical ComA ;largest county Levy. your hunting
2. No commission
equipment before
carefully
tak-
(, l Protect Livestock ing to the woods. ,season This Is for the transplanting beginning of trees the 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs. 8S[

iJChriMII be Check sure Its your operating gun carefully properly to ,;and selecting shrubs healthy The first plants step with I II 4. Can Burnish hauling for sufficient quantities

and that the safety works.
Parasites. The woods will be full of all ;food roots and tops. The next CALL COLLECT 462-1011

I kinds of hunters, especially' l the j activity Is to prepare the planting -
I site. For bed plantings,
'-" first two weeks. Use extreme
parsslte Is an animal that caution In your hunting. Know I such as roses, dig In four CUUBt PHILLIPS PRESTON POLK
Jim TtKlniMCllchrlst lives upon or within another r the I pounds of complete fertilizer
game you are hunting and I NORMAN YEtCK
County attendants at living organism. It obtains :1 K make sure of your target before per 100 square yeards of space [

the trl-county soils, liming and nourishment and protection Bradford you pull the trigger. Do not For trees or shrubs, dig a I
fertilizer training meeting last without giving anything In return shoot at moving bushes or any hole one third larger In diameter CopeiandSAUSAGE
Thursday night hit the Jackpot except trouble and expense. other unsure target. Carry your than the plant's roots. '
winning six of the 10 door Here are Just a few: County gun at all times on safe and Mix a cup of fertilizer and a''
ASCARIS LUMBRICOIDES always unload It when generous quantity of peat In
prizes given away. you go COMPANY ALACHUA KORIDA
Winners of various farm sup I This Is of the round worms Agent Into camp. Be sure of what is the top soil Place the plant In MEANSNATIONWIDE
ply Items Included Carroll Bar- found In swine It has been behind your target when you the hole slightly lower than It

ron, Curt Roberts Larry Boyd, found that a single female 1 fire especially when you shooton grew In the nursery. Fill I In
Sim Townsend, Gordon Philpot worm li capable of giving off U. T Huexiu the level. It's better to missa around the plant wthth the soil-

J. D. Matthews of Chlefland. as many as 250,000 eggs a day. spend their entire life cycle on, shot than to wound or kill a fertilizer\ mixture. When I
MrsBetty Toney of Dixie I Better keep them out of your the animal. fellow hunter. the hole Is half filled,. settle.' MOTOROLAColor65 COLLEGE GRID

County, Wayne Bell of Dixie hogs. IIAEMATHOPINUS SUN Last but not least, use extra the loose earth with water and
COVERAGEAMERICAN
\tr( County and Fred Fletcher of TRICHOSTRONGYLUS AXE These are hog lice and then! caution with fire, cigarettes and repeat the watering when the
matches. The
also Is of several woods at this time
Dixie County. This Just one around the plant Is filled
Is only one kind, known as hoj I space
In the stomachor are very dry and will burn
There were over 100 people worms found louse. They are found only or I and firmed. I Ii .
from Levy, Gilchrist and Dixie Intestines of cattle. Winter hogs and do not attack othei. quickly. Help preserve the very i Around the base of the plant ;
I counties In attendance at this feed Is needed for cattle and animals. Hog lice are founc I thing that makes abundant wildlife form a dish shaped basin to
be shared with possible Help Prevent AND
event. should not primarily on the Inside of thi I Forest Fire. hold water. Mulch the plant
Sincere thanks la expressed to worms.: A good worming consideration program I upper part of legs, In the fold s Losses from Hurricane Dora ',with straw or leaves and shade NATIONAL PRO
the donors of door prizes. might need some of skin about the neck and I Inside be deducted In If It Is necessary., Watering
may figuring
with herd. LEAGUE
&-H News your STORIES
the
ears.BOVICOLA set
your Income tax. You may de,newly plants regularly Is
P-te Davis, past president of SIPIIONA IRRITANSThis EQVIThis duct the net amount of actual very important. ,
the State Boys' 4-H Club Council i Is the homily that we Is a biting louse that at \
property loss from the casualty. I With rainfall at a low point at II 23"di. .
will be guest speaker at the find on our cattle l Horn flies tacks horses and mules. Thenis
I '
I 1 This may be business or non- this time of year, It Is a good'I
annual Gilchrist County 4-H are blood suckers that remainon mother that la the blOC I business losses and Is allowed Idea to conserve soil moisture
: I
Achievement Banquet next the animal except when lay. sucking type. Both kinds are I only to the person owning the around citrus trees by keeping ((23.v...ll ... rubt....... 274' 14 lit ticturi vitwlnj. ....) HIGH SCHOOL
Thursday night, Nov. 19, beginning ing eggs. They congregate prImarily most prevalent about the head property. down winter weeds. The weed I COVERAGE by
at 7:30 In the Bell School on the withers and neck, withers and base of the; - -
Cafeteria. back and are most numerouson tail. RECTANGULAR JOHN CLENDENDON
Theme for the banquet I Is dark colored animals. Horn HYPODERMLINEATl1M WE CAN'T AFFORDTV GLENN LANEY

"4-H Foundation for the Fu flies can easily cost you 25 to This Is the common cattli COMMERCIALS
ture." Woodrow W. Brown, 50 pounds of beef per animal grub caused by heel flies. Onl; JIM KELLY
State 4-H Club leader, will also per year. one species of heel flies I II a (IAnn' Y.. Gl.4tWt CL JACK HORAN
don't have that kind of money what wt do ttavtll IR? mo'romMOTOROLA\
take part In the program. iiAEMvrcriNt'SQUADRIPTERTUSI'S found in Florida. Cattle a r i I I lost, prompt, courttoui Mrvlct wf Cool afford poof DAVE BERKOWITZ
The program will be conduct.ed seen In the spring running fron I service ..'h.,. See ui for a loan from-
by 4-Hers with Betty Blltch.' This Is another blood suck- heel flies or standing In ware: JAMES RUSSELL

president of the County 4-H Ing parasite known to us as to keep the flies from laylni JIM KING
k Council, presiding. Other local tail lice They are found princI- eggs which are usually attached $$25 to $$600

iHcrs participating In the program pally In the brush of the tall to hairs below the hock. Th< t[
are: Larry W. Osteen I and around the hind parts.[eggs hatch Into tiny larvae 01 r ) ---- --- -

Linda Kordgien, Murry Smith,I They, lea, spend their entirelife grubs that bore Into the foal And It'i ConfidentialMarion Ilininwu, .
Kathy Qulncey, Ydora Polk, cycle on the host animal and spend several months tun
I Gwen Phllman, Van 11 a gin and are most prevalent during nellng In the body. The grub: MACHINE.GUNCAMERA
and Cheryl Beach. I II winter and early spring move up through the anima
The Cilchrlst County Farm UNOGNATHUS VITtU tissues and appear In the rack: Finance Co.Home SERIES
Bureal1lslponlorlngthls'f This Includes the long nosed of cattle In November December CI Q CLOSE-UP PHOTOSby
f l event again for the fifth conec.1 and short nosed cattle lice| and January
Town Folks
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utlve year. The purpose of the usually found on the bead, neck Remember, that In the tin e IS W. Serving Home Town Folks
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banquet Is to honor our most and brisket. Animals Infested of parasites It ran b* that ai nr fR '-533} 1' 1 1 I j EDDIE DAVIS

t outstanding 4-Hcrs for their II have a hair coat with rough jounce of prevention Is worth i TOMMY LEWIS
achievements in the various coarse appearance and will pound of care. A \little planninf
4-H projects and activities. Recipients I I not make maximum production -maybe a talk with your liv eFUEL COSTS are LESS
of the various awardsare or gain. They rub against stock supply dealer, your vet .
selected by the County 4-H posts, fences and trees and will eruurlan or us may result u I Heat is Morewith
Council and County Agent Jim, lick themwlves. These lire also making a little money Output
CANDID COMMENTS
t Yelvington on the basis of 4-H'
the NEW EVEN-HEATER MOTOROLA COLOR
completed during the
projects BY COACHES
attendance at 4-H REDWOOD Prefabricated FenceECONOMICAL
past year KRESKYWall Priced From $399.95
by
meetings and participation In AND PLAYERS

ther 4-H activities. Tenure and to wall warmth at New rectangular tube
leadership responsibilities discharged \ floor level, circulated
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by the 4-Her add extra thru the house banish MotoraK't ...""' Color J picture icleetenguler. THIS .
Individual's score fuR, big. with the ntturelOitNnirv
points to an drafts end chilly corners
brings health Or comfortto .hape aimilae to color r.a.n/Yr w PRESS REPORTS
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A' New slim cabinets LARRY WOODS
SO BIG. Durable Knof-Free REDWOOD
Like Nevbf A MotorolVl new ncttngul tub to .
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'CAUSE WE sI 14 5 s0
FENCe- GATES 9.95..cs Of MeJIow Warmth NOT round color!\Ibe. toneeauently rim.tnm .
CHARGE SO LITTLE THIS i Color,IS ww fit InchM ctoMf M (gainrsuik!
i' Have privacy in your own backyard the wed than ever afore* ,o.*ibe
f ,.nt. car from 'Complete tWIne vipiMnt SpIce Heeten with. Urge town color MarbNndw

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Alachua Chemical Alacilna ; t Flower-Filled' Window Box':,

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County ORAKSEMEANS:

By HERVEY SHARPE eradication program also keepsthe 'that plants suffering from lackof '
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Group to Meet Agent..MWiteure Extension Service noxious pests from using water may not survive and the'
Agricultural cold
of
me the fertilizer you applied to the i double suffering I

I It you like to stare at neighbors trees. drought.
Canes
I In a casual way, try plantIng While .hoeing around the

.j; ..,., The Alachua County ChemIcal mittee members are D. D. Me- flowers they wish to bloom flowers In window boxes. trees, Inspect them, for scale,
Education Committee will Cloud, representing the Florida -throughout the winter in this This way you can gaze and Remember don't use oil [2:
spray
meet In the county agent's office Department of Agriculture; area. Some of the seeds that get subjects for choice gossip for scale control during cool
next Wednesday at 7:30 B. C. Pafford Alachua County can be planted at this time for while taking, or faking care of weather. Oil makes most door-, ESI
Livestock Health Department; F, D. McCormick flowering December through the flowers. I
yard plantings.less resistant to'
p.m.Florida's pesticide educational vocational agriculture February are: Baby's Breath, Constructing window boxescan
Market program Is second to none ; Charles Morris, Florida Calendula, Dlanthus, Larkspur, be a do-it-yourself proj damage during cold weather. I' I
it Agricultural Research Institute Lobelia, Petunia, Phlox, Snap. One material to use for scale ,
and we would like to keep ect. However, If a hammer In
Gainesville Livestock Market that way. Our state Is In a very ; James Wershow, Alachua dragon, Sweet Pea and V e r- your hand becomes a misguided -control during winter Is mala-i car insurance buy-

53 buyers bought 91 07 prominent position with respectto County Farm Bureau, and Josephine bena. Most of these seed take missile and tends to hit the thion 50 per cent emulsion at famous low rates @
reports the rate of three
head of cattle on the market its key role in the food supply McSwlne and your from three to four weeks t 01 wrong nail, t'ten It's best t o of teaspoons per and top service.
Monday. The market showed and Its record with the county agent, representing the germinate so get your flower hire a local handy man to do gallon water. If necessary, Contact me today!
follow with
throughout the sale. safe use of pesticides In agriculture -Florida Agricultural Exten- the. He 'can Install a window a second application
strength garden soil prepared and plant of malathion about three
The Federal State Market and around the home. sion Service. box In short order. weeks 117 N.E.
News Service reported slaughter1 Florida agriculture seems Now Is the time for our homer as soon as you can. I A good soil mixture, planting later.

1 steers, heifers and cows destined to make phenomenal material adapted to the exposure Don't be too anxious to prune 16th A...

strong to 50 cents higher; bull growth in the next 10 years With Hunting Season I and plant care are necessary out "dead" wood from your I' PhoneFRonklin
to $1 higher; and calves' It i to Pesticides are essential to for the success of your shrubs following a cold snap. (Q)
maintenance
quality
$2 higher. Stocker steers were of higher well I window sill project. Also, for Cold will often defoliate branches
reported $1 to $3 higher. and productivity levels, as functions best results In winter locate without killing the wood. If 2.0444
Outdoors
valuable Goes
Monday: as to providing : I
Cattle prices heifers-Good and related to health, Indoor Levy the window box on the sunny you cut out wood soon after a I
Steers and side of the house.A cold spell, you might discover
standard, and outdoor living. I Ralph Turlington
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choice, $19.75 $22: 20.75. JJ7S One of the many advantagesof good soil mixture for houseplants that you have cut out live 1
$1Calves-Gooditand; 111 DARE projections t 0 living in Levy County comesof Is equal parts of sand, wood. So let the shears stay In I
choice, $11- show Increased use of agricultural was'0"ITATE s
next Saturday. The day peat moss and good garden the shed until you're sure of the I
U- age '
Utility, $ chemicals will take place;
20; standard, 114-W; hunting season opens, businessIs soil To each bushel mix In a exact extent of cold damage. I ARM UrnJ
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17; stackers, $820.CowsUUllty fungicide use will Increase Lf-vy. of fertilizer MsN. ad.rrk .hwasa c. .-
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for half pound complete ... ..
I1M425; cutters per cent, Insecticides, 75 percent over in Levy County such 144 or 8-88.It's Don't spare the water duringthe err Milo: ....,.;... ,I' n
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19-1250; stackers, 915. herbicides, 339 per cent awhile. IOIIII'Y: I winter months. Remember
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50. and fumigant use will Increase The great outdoors has a not a good Idea to grow = =-=- -

Bulls-Ulllity, 11550-17; cutters 192 per cent. Improvements rested -unique way of helping you for over two or three kinds of
$11.13.50; slackers, 815. to home use will likely get the cares of the day and enjoy Agent plants per window box. You Attention Livestock Producers!

A good hog sale Tuesday saw take place at a rapid rate. God's creation. 'There's may like to consider color com

404 head cross the block, with Many safety requirements nothing like a walk In the ........ C.bb binations too. This could I In.
butcher grades to 24 cents low and standards established by woods with your boy to cementa I elude blue, pink, and white; If yen have hose er ..ttle" te

er. Good feeders were strong federal and state laws are met lasting fellowship. Saturday, Nov. 14, will see ,a red, white and blue: red and tell new er In the future pt...e

running to $27. before releasing pesticides for Levy County" is blessed with (record number of people migrating yellow; or red with white. contact one ., the ..,... at .
Hog prices Tuesday: use. There is a need, however, many of the most picturesque into the sleeping! "Giant" Trailing vines and green foliage
No. 1's, 180-200 pounds, $U- to better understand pesticidesand places In Florida. enjoy mostof Levy County for hunting,, plants go well with all of CopeUnc' s...... Company and :
40- No. 1's 205-240 pounds, $14. to continuously exercise them you will have to get out fishing and enjoying the great these. five them in opportunity tokuy

35; No. Ts, 114.35; No. J's, $13,, 'care In handling, applying of your air-conditioned car, beat outdoors. Many of these will be Suggested plants for growingIn yevr 1I..r.... .
No. 4's, $12.115; No. I Ro's, $12..- storing and disposal of unused off the mosquitoes and sand experienced campers and many window boxes are begonias: 8

10; Hy Boa, $12.05; feeders to chemicals and empty containers gnats. and tramp Into the woods.and will be enjoying their first ex coleus, ferns, wandering Jew COPELAND OFFERS YOU
Tall timber native range,
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perience. vines
geraniums, pansies, pe-
$27.The Florida Graded Pig Sale This Is where your Chemical beautiful hammocks still cover Regardless of which group tunias, portulaca, marigolds 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!

Is slated for Dec. 10. Education: Committee needs One of the many advantagesof you fit In, It would be well to nasturtiums and verbenas.

your help and guidance In planning living in Levy County comesa review your hunting safety rut. i 1. Cash market every day.
tenth-
of this ,
out a safety vast majority Shrubs
and carrying es and examine your hunting
program. The Chemical _ComA -_largest county Levy. equipment carefully before tak-| This Is the beginning of the 2. No commission.'

C.iJcIirml; ing to the woods. season for transplanting trees 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs [

( Protect Livestock Check your gun carefully to and shrubs The first step i. 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient quantities.

I be sure its) operating properly selecting healthy plants with
County and that the works.
safety good roots and tops. The next 4621011CLAUBE
Parasites The woods will be full of all CALL COLLECT 6S
activity Is to prepare the planting
Against
Agent kinds of hunters, especially the
site. For bed plantings,
first two weeks. Use extreme
PHILLIPS PRESTON POLK
such as roses, dig In four
animal that
parasite Is an caution In your hunting. Know
JIIII Yefvleatov, lives upon or within another the game you are hunting and pounds of complete fertilizer NORMAN VEECK [

attendants at living organism. It obtains (.., make sure of your target before per 100 square yeards of space.
Gilchrist County For trees or shrubs, dig a
and nourishment and protection Urnclford you pull the trigger. Do not
soils liming .
the trl-county meeting, last without giving anything In return shoot at moving bushes or any hole one third larger In diameter CopelandSAUSAGE
fertilizer training except trouble and expen "" other unsure target. Carry your than the plant's roots.
hit the Jackpot
Thursday night door se. Here are Just a few: County Fr gun at all times on safe and Mix a cup of fertilizer and a
winning six of the 10 ASCARIS LUMBP.1COIDE3 : always unload It when you go generous quantity of peat I In COMPANY. ALACHUA. KORIDA

prizes given away. farm This Is of the round worms Apcnl Into camp. Be sure of what Is the top soil. Place the plant In
Winners Included of various Carroll Bar-supply found In swine. II has been behind your target when you the hole slightly lower than It

items found that a single female fire, especially when you shooton grew In the nursery. Fill I n
ron, Curt Roberts, Larry Boyd worm is capable of giving off ei T. HnIM I the level. It's better to miss around the plant wihth! the soilprat NATIONWIDE
Gordon Philpot,
Sim Townsend, as 250,000 eggs a day. i shot than to wound or kill a .fertilizer mixture. When
J. D. Matthews of Chlefland, as many Impend their entire life cycle on MOTOROLAColor55 COLLEGE GRID
of Dixie Better keep them out of your the animal. fellow hunter. the hole is halt filled,. settle
Toney I
Mrs Betty Last but not least, use extra
the loose earth with water and COVERAGEAMERICAN
of Dixie hogs. ,
Bell
Wayne HAEMATHOPINUS SUIS
County, TRICHOSTRONGYLUS AXEl caution with fire, cigarettes and repeat the watering when the
and Fred Fletcher of [ These hog lice and there
County are matches. The woods at this time
of around the Is filled
This also Is Just one sever- space plant
Dixie County. Is only one kind, known as hog are very dry and will burn .
and firmed.
In the stomach
There were over 100 people al worms found louse. They are found only on the
Help
quickly.
preserve very
Winter Around the base of the
of cattle. plant
Gilchrlat and Dixie or Intestines ,
from Levy, hogs and do not attack other thing that makes abundant wildlife
attendance at this feed is needed for cattle and found form a dish shaped basin to
counties in animals. Hog lice are possible Help Prevent AND
event. should not be shared with primarily on the inside of the Forest Fire. hold water. Mulch the plant

Sincere thanks Is expressed to worms.: A good worming pro upper part of legs, In the folds I Losses from Hurricane Dora with straw or leaves and shade NATIONAL PRO
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the donors of door prizes. gram might need some consid- of skin about the neck and Inside may be deducted In figuring If it Is necessary., Watering LEAGUE STORIES
eration with your herd. newly" set plants regularly is
4-H News the ears.BOVICOLA your Income tax. You may deduct
Pete Davis, past president of SIPHON IRR1TANS EQIII the net amount of actual very Important.With i
the State Boys' 4-H Club Council This Is the hornfly that we This la a biting louse that at, property loss from the casualty. rainfall at a low point at I 23will .

will be guest speaker at the find on our cattle. Horn flies Stacks horses and mules. Then i This may be business or non- this time of year It Is a good
annual Gilchrist County 4-11 are blood suckers that remainon is another that Is the blood I business losses and Is allowed Idea to conserve soil moisture
Achievement Banquet n. x t the animal except when lay sucking type. Both kinds a n i only to the person owning the around citrus trees by keeping ( will taf. tub*......, 374 iq In. picture, viewing' .".) HIGH SCHOOLCOVERAGE

Thursday night, Nov. 19, begin- Ing eggs They congregate primarily -most prevalent about the head property. down winter weeds. The weed by
nlng at 7:30: In the Bell School on the withers and neck, withers and base of UK: __ RECTANGULAR JOHN CLENDENDON

Cafeteria. back and are. most. numerous tall. WE CAN'T AFFORD GLENN LANEY
Theme for the banquet Is on dark colored animals nom HYPODERMA LINEATtM
"4-H Foundation for the Fu files can easily colt you 25 to This Is the common cattli\I TV COMMERCIALS JIM KELLY

ture." Woodrow W. Brown, 50 pounds of beef per animal grub caused by heel flics Oral), JACK HORAN
(Aren't Yw 014
leader will also of heel flies li Cll(b@ IR1 TllfromMOTORLA
State 4-H Club per year. one species I W. don't hove thot kind of money what we do hove \
take part In the program.The IUEMVTCP1MS found In Florida. Cattle ari I I I ll foil prompt courttoui ....IC. we con't afford poor DAVE BERKOWITZ
program will be conduct. 'QUADR1PTERTUSUS seen In the Spring running fron I, service either. See ui (or a loon from$25 -- JAMES RUSSELL

ed by 4-Hers with Betty Blitch. This Is another blood suck- ,heel flies or standing In wate
president of the County 4-H Ing parasite known to us a i to keep the flies from !laylni to $$600 JIM! KING
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Council, presiding. Other local tail lice. They are found principally \- eggs which are usually attached

4-Hers participating In the program In the brush of the tall to hairs below the hock. Th, t..f ([] -- -
are: Larry W. Osteen, and around the hind parts [eggs hatch into tiny" larvae 01 I .

Linda Kordglen, Murry Smith, They, too, spend their ent I ire grubs that bore Into the flesl I And ConfidentialMarion
Kathy Qulncey, Ydora Polk, life cycle on the host animal I and spend several months tun o: od
Gwen Pullman, Van Hagan and are most prevalent during nellng In the body. The grub: I MACHINE.GUNCAMERA
and Cheryl Beach. I winter and early spring 'move up through the anima! Finance Co.Home SERIES

The Gilchrist County Farm UNOGNATHUS VITUU: tissues and appear In the cack ( CLOSE-UP PHOTOSby
Bureau sponsoring this :This Includes the long nosed of cattle In November, December

i event again for the fifth consecutive and short nosed cattle lice and January, Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks
year. The purpose of the usually found on the head, neck Remember, that In the car e 18 W. Utiir. A... fR 45.5UI EDDIE DAVIS
banquet Is to honor oUr most and brisket. Animals Infested of parasites It ran be that a'"
outstanding 4Hers for their\ have a hair coat with rough. ounce of prevention Is worth i t I TOMMY LEWIS

achievements In the various coarse appearance and will pound of care. A little plannin

4-H project and activities. Recipients not make maximum production maybe a talk with your Uv I FUEL COSTS are LESS r, .R.x, y... .
of the various awardsare or gain They rub against stock supply dealer, your veterinarian

selected by the County 4-H posts, fences and trees and will or us may result I n Heat Output is Morewith
Council and County Agent Jim lick themselves. These lire also making a little money. CANDID COMMENTS

t Yelvington on the basis of MOTOROLA COLOR
the NEW EVEH-HEATER
IY COACHESAND
projects completed during toH'1
I past year, attendance at REDWOOD Prefabricated FenceECONOMICAL by KRESKY Priced From $399.95 PLAYERS
meetings snd participation In
ther 4-H activities. Tenure and Wall to wall warmth or New rectangular tube

discharged floor .level, circulated, THIS
leadership responsibilities .
Motorola I etching Cola (S pictun i n
I add extra h thru the house banishes ;
by the 4-Her N. rectangular, eats big with the naturil!
to an Individual's score.TWE drafts and chilly comers, _
points snap* straw" to color mow* w
health Cr comfortto PRESS BOX REPORTS
1I'IIr' brings Ordinary round tub. color TV Sees ,
oil the outomahcollycontrol family/ eco pic'** hkn" I IIIfIIaI1er and rounded off. / NOT JOE HALBERSTEIN

GOT THIS HIS NISSEN

J4tir THIS -_ BENNY CASONLARRY

New slim cabinets WOODS

SO BIG Durable Knor-Frt REDWOOD Like Having A ,,,,...,,e.s, Metorolc's now rectangular rube I 4 .
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IS Galn..vilU Sun Friday, November 13, 1954

ITWorkWonfot-Mol. 10 ITS. SUPPLIES 12 Mobil' HMMI FM Sol. 12 Mobil Homo Fan Sol II LOTS POt UUIM
I lily Jitton. Child C... 12 M.I. H.I, W.nf.i 27 Fad > ,.r llli rrtAiTAL I IT"DUTWOUI

J. COLOII'IJ .OV, yWANT$ wrJi Borrnuoo n.. ava"a.'sat llE l TIR'1> Antll," _"'ard. > "01''.'. 5 30. 0 FEDERAL QUALIIV .V OWN"X 300., 560111111.0 IlkO prn/llrgo"""IOu.foboolln 10'
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r tor in CIHfro .. privet. homy. PNI car, NOW nom. IIlorV pus. aver Khool Wash dltfiot or our born for 117.11 tit ionWl 115 war Old mal. Rl.sinea11 IIpeed Sidroom OHt Cal 1171-000!. HOMES INC. ond IttMnt. tot ( k. W4ird
co..mllOlon. Now nt-uti.
campany toot.Ihq Cools CIII I will olM 1011_. CHI for .
01 hom. .
to con.. and talk I. m' W 10 G.I..III.. 5011110. at.lc dr Ivori* prko. Flop 411 1170 312.M04. not N W. INN St. ttiitioiviiioPR T.". ]74illLorgo
IW kid "''oc.. ly canfban1111. Sep quoNlc.vanwmm II School littlriKtlmiMIOM OM Cm Int.rprlm, It L. WYATTTrailer mil wilt Johnion, Mgr WOMM toio In Mvirol Mr
KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE ty .. 0.111I. sun ear wthiifno.. Pig. BOB WHITE QUAIL _till .......
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FORDYCRI SALTORATl3.
IM MW Diy Ittl Weak A... or Month mut JANATORIAL WORK. IPM. to ill hemp froo book KHOOIit ol Amor Icon 2( turn tojulpmonfmont LI.... prkod iccordlng toogo Sales MOBIL HOMES 3711-In.
13th $1.
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tlvi diyt paid voc."... Noidgood $chh 1M', JOCk_ ond quantity 47 Wity-
TINY TOT roloroncM and dnlro' to do :: lilt', :015-_ O an. anu P 16.1111 AlocMii. Plorldo 111.1. 0Poewnakar ITtMIICONNOLLY
N. .pllant worll. H..d ..._obll.. mont Good ntoehonkol condlilon' TRAINED painter' Mrd dog, (Ivorond MetlS Nan5 14 W.t.", .... Pra,...,
PLAY SCHOOL PR I s044. Real Estate Exam now Urn. cm 47111ft. N_ wMlo. as' r .ro old Prlco Shasta ond AlntroMtTrovol '
harry altar ..01 P.M. Trollon' 'UMME R HOMIt"I
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Vlllt M and iM for youraolfV Security Guard ATTEND lath Avo. Dcolll Pint MoMU Homo Mobile Homo MOI, I.... I 4 I "ou'n 01 Suwmnooiy"f Rlvor.
V tm si >. .mn plrit Mum ear. 21 UvMtach ft SuppllnHono OooMr -IIlOlI bedroom moWlo homoi. Many L.... I It. (CS compost.
T. ogo IS. Mint tiovo own from*, 1411 NW Ith It Oil 1711727. 1020 Slap "prings Sled floor punt. J yior flnonclngDrlvo ,",1_, Onto 11..,,_ At
11 FEMALE HELP WANTID to In good phyilcM condition, ondho 'RIJRTEp'5 SPECIAL 12 Mokilo HMM Fe* Solo. P1001 4201055ocai. out todiy S mills MIN pea to NIt A Maok w.ta 1Ib'no'
bondoMo C.II It. I Hugh MEN 18 TO 56 on* oiodio '111. I I yr oM rlw of aiinoovllio on U. .. 441 ..... II.-noan' ..,odl... Wrman
Mo'oI.
ITIAKROD'" w. sou or .von na Son 5 Manor w.lih mar,. lint ,Iot. Pn 1243TO 41 PT I .bedroom Trovotllro llfH, 1744171 Toun.' Phoot PR 1-1111 Lluo
MIN d to 11 ".M. 1_'..... ar TRAIN TO OMRATI WE WILL TRAIN YOU Wllllllon, Pig vory nko throughout. No MIA BUTTSMOBILE 0.... ....
lotor M.... Mini lot. Must boo HEAVY EQUIPMENT To opirifo or rooolr N o I v* on or higglon, ....... Vt-XHt SALE of "ako front.
LOTS FOR manubool.
.1 r:'. d. Mr.aver ;1 Mr.and ottrocPrlmroio Winn-, -IM Clllllllritlnn !!.-.. kripor lulpmonMulldOMr, ,0, r o d o '. lor WANT M ..TO.. old RENT colt PASTURE on or noorNowborry lei .......,....../. 1 HOMES, INC II BVEO .II. KIN poem ,.... A io I fur
Apply ..
1100 wk upD111NN15oavEarn NORTHWEST NWI3rhSt. .t6fhSt. .1_ hoc with doc ond .
Inn 114 W. Unlv AM oor Rd. Ph 17J-OII1 WOODED LOT ,
Fimil ixl'H
11-Hilp. Mil *r Iwro III Hio : woll, pump. Mary Or
DISK CUR ploount and ottrocttvo "..v. Mini loutlMoll troll, I NOT homo 11 CALM. bad 12.10 I.. .. TRAILER SALES 441 N at City Llrnlti 101' X 12V Hiwttnrno Ril IS* LIU lanlo P5 Influln Low.
minimum Ht 21 "TI..IJ CDUPLI 10 ll wllh o>oonio. Tows ovolloblo wm.. World.own Carton Derry, '.rm.. I... Haw.tharM. ra woido *Md N I. Soo ui for bolt buy 'In Gainvlllt. down lit mOo J7MJJ7 Jiwilry' CoWINIFRED
y,... M ....',.... n caul.ry. oldirly/ gmllimin. Ron fro*. wide' piwamintSTATE. ".. At him. Los VHK. Ask for our tpoclol: disCount THIR. ARE IKVBNMb nlet tvwdontM H. CRAWFORO
Mint bi ibis lo work olthor 7'00om Coll' 4M-IIMI or vlllt ). L, 0 VA Call Mt-2 lop ...II.bI. In Chontllly
f' ... Iirlton, Plo/ APPROVED }12' prlcti W* cannot and RM t f sR.r, ipocollllng In
soM WIDES In olio
to IW: im or SOl *mlo Iald -. addrlss. Hops WANT TO KNOW HOW. proporly" contidgrlng Acres Thorn loll mae LAKI PROPERT115ACpp..
11:00 *m. inift' I dove 0 flnlik will not bo undorwld from" m M I ocrM ontf oro
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Way Illill oHIc wads NATIONAL SCHOOL your nogt for morlillf Than AOI. I mllM No. of MUroio.a .
woo*. enact Nick Doffing. Hoi, III.. ....,.. C" HIAVV EQUIPMENT com HI and lot ui oipliln how 2 BR under $4,000USE quality. Wed from." 12000 avIl.bl.M 12100.Call Cask.M Nil.tsr .' .
kfoy Inn.'TINOGU"HU.. MAR MOELLERRealtor. boa M, Cllorwotor, Pli you cm 10tll.. |ob wim CPA 23 Yn. Sorvlco Eay.rl.naOPEN Porno an
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o..ral ..1110.Clerk. Coopiritlvo/ MINI 4* tit conlPnrk OUR 8 AM I PM POR
Mt.r.snnl Wou. ,hoot '01' W. Un" 4,45l MEN MMurPMX RENTAL PURCHASE M---oc... t of Orongo, Liko soar CrouCrook.
Oilnowllli or AlKkv CLOSED SUNDAY ''ca'50.
Pj 4-UU for .. GET A MAN'S TI.--
s MOTOR ROUT! SALESMAN. JOB 111 NW 10th It PLAN I ocro Pals overlooking liko Wwior Phone FR 4 CT1T.
Elderly, IMy In good hoollhihoro will CARRIER OPfRATINOl lulldnroro Oridori m.or 4614101 LIWI' 'mm..10. down pyln.nt I Prlco rntly: roducul,
homo root. froo with .. Wo has ooonlngi' for TronMI, Rolls 0'.11..., Back_ I ,,.?.,;. TOTAL COST IPORI you buy IM uo for fat MOELLER REALTOR IS HOUIM for S.I.
liable mWdlo igod Nay forcomponnnimp or .....,.. boo "rn'.... H you Sort too wign. Wo will trim TWO PONItl for ulo. I pinto. with OP. CONTRACT WILL' II LESS ouiiHy It Mokllo MARY
Allcnu044,.1.... Mvo trinioorlotlgn tnt ooilro to you on our oguion-oftt 1 "' .. VA Mddto IU5J Polomlno wllh Md- 4yr Imxolv u unlit tfS: tan W. Unlvonlty' Avo.PR
run your own builnotl. with vary Rn, .p_. wnto 447l MUST SELL Mlgnimo' Court
LOOKING FOR .n InMrntlng and. lltllo. 'Invoilmmt, ...... call Mr. ASSOCIATED ...... LAIIOI pooutlrul loll lo N.WtKfion Minor 4 *R. I1* both, trncM
b 5 111013 and coo.m.tinf DAD AND BRAD LARSEN .11..' for
pieasanl' chiitrmor
HEAVY 10 PETS SUPPLIES' back vird ""
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at Cipulo, Clrculillon: D." Oilnw- EQUIPMENT KHOOI booed odlocont to dry
I r.sb.nYs
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an .0 0105 ror.n bap.rlan0od IJO. m. T...... P1. ..... 1751075 CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES Rt IRAN. It IALIIOn Of 4 Pork Mers?. ....,. AIM lorgo loll *villMi > llovo> 101'"lot',iO..Ixtrat conl h-.l,will HJ' iril AC:

I jilotlMy, fcotwoon M ond 40 yri.of lop. mlldl.... Coupls, MMIIMOs. 4 womon tl to Sadull ul. "", .bl.. 11,7. AKC 501.. K IymI. Jf. 11 ysrS It "" MMUtsts on Waits Rood hut I mlM 'I/y m., swimming toOl lvIlOO'L
ItO who. II inking o ",...... S lausIlso1., rot., _obi.. CIVIL n n trim tor 110 u. 111.11I. Coon ovonlngi, md luivjoyo'OR luilnou"SERVICE Mrtn if iporry. Down poymonl 11717 ,"0. Piymonn Include su.rylhing.
ont ..'ltl.... Aptly With Mr* AvaIl Immod. John Kllnglry 5021Wynmins "mlnilloni. SERVICE 'UGL' 'POlva. a works old ill GALS IH4 | IR H > 11 and torml trringM.Mocomo Salon. ,. 111400 on ItIDyr
Wrtb it Otto Oil stop. I' 0..10. op." .">d nom.. PIT Informillon .ach, nice Christmas ..... HMIcntt trollor, rilwd' tolling HAS BUILT HomM. Inc. morlaioo "" fo, Mu1N.
oddrou 4
MAID WANTID I dirt I PM 573 Koy Trolnlnsoryka.I .Flops No. 2''''''. loaf oqulty .... tiko mat ,.,.. OUR BUSINESS" C.II V. McCoy '' -. pounilon by ChrIllh ...... 'fli til
Pod 'M. Dowd, tlouspwork as.1rerIrI. I6-Work Wan'.* Fomit edema S;o Jalkwwlli. III W. .... mmto of W4 por mo. "..... 17" RAILROADSIDING Dr 171.7314.
Haul twn travsptr111ilt 6 KITTENS, 1110 Mama C. 5dyoung 0041 ottor ,.It PM. ill NW Salk it I *R fwrni 'In
and r.urmcaS. Call 172.291 allot A RlL'ABLI. On.a' nsp011sparst SHORTHAND BAIRD MOBILE ..
ENGLISH T... Cat. MOtlLI HOME IPACI LOTHAVI Will 'ark. 1300 down 161
IPM. gil s:4Wlq \% would Ilk. d.V' wooer ..rr.ouu CI.II Iorule. T..lnl.O 3167023.ADVERTISE: AVAILAILSPr1.a tit m.. Pho01 PR ..0251.I .
WAITRESS WANTEDHOWARD 01,10. 0.... rIfrMCa.Ph Sacr.tanill Cwrse. Cllsses MoMlo Homo Pr.. HOMES lirgo eammorcltl: lot with
.7..71. pow termHew511's./ $.140.0 tN: TmHIFIVICB ..II.... Hdlng Will/ oroct BvlWIng >R houM In Mignotlo SatMssIn.
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JOHNSON HIST on 441CMrlPs tfOcoMPhnno /
Ca1101. 1100 down .nd lit ... ....
tonmt alvo Mtlilofory
W. Only. Ate. to wit
Apply' Hi pirion lot NW 13th 11WhIMWED WHITI settled .>..',_ pap e. NII. Mr.PMna .
PI .S07 : B/fl HTTP FIT WMO PR 44417. Call Dv01" c.noct 111.111'
work suprl00 | holiday knllnt or frost IIcoi 011050 C0r0Nnian' M.. 4601600 420-nM Jet: 181 & II'
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mdwlcll' Inn lit Nl ,tilt AvoPhono style.LCek
PR 6024.Morley's .
prVy7 t ChrlttntM pirtyi
Sandwich /n i polnuttlo ...... L,rtor .. 12 Mofcll Ho", .. rf St,.
pllouo ll pockit Pitlirn I71itroniior
II it ill..* Inchon palter.pIKN. *

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I0)t W Unlv Avo Thirty flvo court in calm. for
rhli ..".. odd II unto for
oock .."... 10' lit NEED CHRISTMAS MONEY end wnmlor ipKllI, ., Oilmtvlllo I kindling'' Ion tun.to NoMi Laura I LE HOME I FEDERAL QUALITY'S I

Tlwro It Hill timo to Pam your croft Oopt., P. O lo> III, Old
Cnrlttmot money by thawing ,. Chol... nation. N.w York 11. N V.
moos II.. of ....lIn and g ft Print plainly PATTERN NUMIIR, SALEDon't
loll Many woman laming 150 NAMI, ADDRill and ZONI.
to UN ..' Oath working o taw
hours o diy showing Avon Productl. NEW POP trll' Ml tfotlgnl ..
Wrlli P. 0. Sot 401Oilnoovllloi .ior. fiihloni. to knit crochol. than mill out en the Ian
PI*, or Mil P"* 10411LIATHIK ....., flirt. I PRII "" .rn.. om.broldory taiteally low oaturoH
doll,' ololhn, pros
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Aiiombly Work' emit for nm N...IOCrtll CililogVALUII M. during tttlt tal. ef bran) fI.W.
To D. At Homo Croifllno Co. jrand row I96J mebll*
M 411 Ctmmorclol. ColKodrolCity PATTERNS II COMPLITI QUILT wmt<. Luxury pocked) yoluoi MOBILE HOME
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nlng noun. Apply Mr. Polo, Unl. HILLCREST
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I MATURU ,lnq loc.1, m.n-Aw'j5.40 stportuvity t.. NoTriJol" .. 2 Bdrm Front Kitchen
MAN AI OCTO' pl.val.
Woo must know .bou' IHM Mnorlmco, Kiloful loo.cm .
coro of hors, and Cltllt riding coniidorniM glean to M. $2987 JUBILEE SALE !
.
Inilructor oni Itirtlng salary UtooutnO.
Mutt hats ctiauHourillewio
llvt .... 171 po' WMk pus Send ,....... UN Riich louio I
vird, Jl .
room and ....,'". Phono Octn/ ,
1 421 1'13 ror .pt'_ COLORED .blul II h,. ...II. 10 Easy tcmni. bank
w.llar N05bsy. Mull lit _I.
DAIRYMAN Appw to Harlan p.
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Mull ba ."wirrlod. with milking Cermand/a's, ,:W. Unw. 1':: financing-
machlno' end lObo'.
Work I diy wk., I Kr. diy Inn.Ing IALUMAN law dawn paymtnti
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lead p.V..rulc.... _5111150 m''.......work AGO pair, mOO wild solos. ability I*. JIMMY STRICKLAND = 1r
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_. .nd caiculdN/ ,".ry dotsnd, & HIS BANDRigiitor .
WATCHMAKER I4..I working Ml an ..." ..... Cem5l.lq ,. :
condlllom' M h,. work wk ... tumo to '0' lll-A nro or Sun. .

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ond tlhir omoloyio ban. Mon mot porlonu.. Pullor '
fin Mutt bo ..,'Ianc.. sod brush '
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Professional Office Space Available on :

FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY >

July 1, 1965. New building being designed \ .


now for 222 NE First Street for call Par Isp quSllly wavNmamhlp

:: l lease and 3726142GAINISVILLI I :
office layout possibilities See \i : a


J Roy Purvis at 200 NE First Strllt.I Ilos UPHOLSTERY No. 1EN N.Pr. I : ;

HlI....."I'"m.rtca.. w 504 I ; AND HIS GANG


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1 Jimmy and the gang will be on hand to sing your favorite songs

while you shop the fabulous 1965 model mobile homes going

for give-away prices . and you get the easiest terms in

town. Be sure to register for the valuable FREE prizes . you

NAVE may be a lucky winner Don't miss out on the fun, prizes and sure

D Ayp 1 prises of Federal Quality Homes Fun-tastic '65 Mobile Home

: CI FUN Jubilee Sole This Weekend !

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.. THIS WEEK'S I IS ON FABULOUS

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.. 1225 W. Unly. AM.H .

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: \ wilting. Into lipid unfc it a ibh' w MOBILE
r .t rk* konoihoo loorttor, In tko brg o'lning room with' HOMEBARGAINS

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Opso .very nibs ear your on. UNIVERSITY INN
fepm.M from f AM to I AM. 101 Nv limit. CfuroMI ...... '- Imo... .
Pros unry 5.0.101. PO. .A PlIAIANT LUNCH Mr*. CKstoNow 115 I. I
I IoN 11II0110 I. 0764104 Not londwlchM. C...,.. loll' Mows. fir tho grlco of I. Oono .
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k Canty Plan 140 kv lit Av.. LOUNGES FEDERAL
V.4II for fait fno Mw1.yLARRY'S QUALITY HOMES

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SERVICE DIRECTORY I 1m *ort UnlvortHy" AMMI I 1 A.. 714 Om..adDmN La. ls mIll
OPEN M HOURI .A BAT Ow 03W 51. PI .NMIl
I 4820 N.W.13th ST. PHONE 372-5113

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Friday Nov.mb.t II, 1964 GaintivilU"' 17

IS H..... ret teleint. II H."... fee Sal.I IS H_ fee Set* --'-----

T IS Heajoee for tele. II H._ feeSel" I IS Nwa.or Sek
.u.... I ... .. ..-oo "" e.a .... Nr.sa (;c.. I yrs.w'SH. .,,0, NIA" H""THO'N, "O.D .
AWE ( "O.'A en M w i iir Povod 0CcuIIIICCIIrtI... I R. t kath. CCR home wai* 'Y O..N.... I .... I ...ft CC. I R... J "" a...,v. dumobl scar.
I'' {J'I{ 'II) shoot, Wade fraoe. Oak Mora mee i.v down one etaemo ITI weed 11.- t ais no III" New 00' ...... Inn. rear hultbin klktoothtooth. COLONIAL
'\. I. A x pot A 0 I TAIYT NNg bath. 1. being Ilnnled.aauHoney. II' A''" fIlm,. II .. ...1... U mo. 3tma ottor IH*. tarter MIN, tram and MroNsNNr Nab "lOlIIoC 514.001 Now 1M Srory I btd_ I both
ITS OTI Only 5200 :. end V i 1141 NW !Sts T... c.1I 11WJ21. FIRNWOOO MANOR churcnn end now ehawlicanton. ... .11. .... 151 dill II 14110 home In N. W. taxtlon Con
sea 1M II N 'N liW 14th Are.St. THRU ilMr_ femwy '._ I kedroem Walk to llttlewoadWMIWMd ... Rue It..n. FR HfM.I beet and air coMlNonlne, built.M .
ACROSS 3.Dnkh-EBg. .. I. 11. It T T t.. .. Wail PIt w* Mealed an large garner eat ... rm I, Mth kultMn homo even living 4' tip1let1 oc_.. City his ear.ka. .I IR, I .,-. Rldbowav, CanttnNtlolCa.
raw Mlha I car corMrl Clio
any oak windows
1.Direct painter S L lit A II. lit It II C II T YOU CAN tAVS silos Oft iiia eenent neujhoarlnoov oenyenionfee ki kitcnak, tartly ninity' rm oa.Me tnnaks. .. w .Heora Vfilii W_ laws NW Nth ,... IM down togualiliad .. .,.._ ar 11I M14 _.
4.CuldT tor 33. Parent .It, I lair Central ...... : anooeliif FHAI with' unuauol kortiouo ondardoh. PMA I NnancIM" lI7a dawn end buyer. with FNA f IMen
G A M 11 t I. 0 H V I A hullM kltchan. cars.t and $ OCrE' CemRony. lacolkml _,.... Law nan ". km/udeo M. wtare. "Ins. plop ker era Mier Fey FREE TURKEY

T.Htrm 36.1ntpeet A 'It A. 0 A Y D It IIA '" storage araa. Coll, l/tolm._. doN HovnWn1 tnahNly Nrrnats I .. rrN I ItMII. ; 35111 p. PNone: pot doalni goat Call VI0411' for I Your ThenhiRlvIno turkey eemogwith
II.Fruit ponrl 37.Site of flu I IR, I-""''. Flo. roam termed pTTLIWOOO ARIA 4 IR. I V. l Fred Maun. Phone FR tMl > ._ ante. ttilt Nut H exircheMd bo.fare .
n.Vue TaJ Mihal T r. L A 11 0 R T S yard. Hardwood -'. MOO dn, SAted NM ... It. Central hMt or FR MIU ------ Nev. M. Thus 155 CCIfwue
kH par. ma. mi Nt JIll gl. bw-IMn kitchen, newly eecoratadHI .ULF HAMMOCK I IR. I koHl TRADITIONAL DON'T MISS THIS has been eemFlolelY, non
IS.light Uali.Puilfied 31. ConTcnrdInto .. 0 M I IT. S Y end eul Frlce, roevcad far Iran,. It cyoroaa pene tRULY LOVELY HOME eandltlanael leads end out herd-

ale: riu ODOQ.naUs W"O I. D dint IoN CeH tn-mt. tu NW ln-, eeod.s. kqwiry, Meume On 1.-leroe let to 1In1.. .. Fbi.Comanianl Al Mare .ardano la ml. Iwthat anal Mora end leef .... and.
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15.An agent tarrklte FRED nth Ave.kM HMln, Gulf Nv 540. Per Celmgn/sM. w Comeua en ..,. I IR, I bans N rally ear Manadl.le gala.Ia.cM
| 43. ProYokc ONCE ARC .N t I. NW ISM SI. I IR hamo ki H.'VV. town. 1fY1.... Call eon tar Dab year 'reund eon Mm' MrawNe rat '
IT.Cattlcfitlifluid P 1 ]. R t"D- C t N Will perk UM down one in DIRICT P504 SUlt OIbno 101,.. Caroline., Mvm art. Priced right. Ortvo ey, enang I turkey tomorrow located hi NvaacHon .
43. ,,, I toot 4 Wort a from ohm.acnoM
Lmplo ARNOLD ma will ram M3 Ns Per c.a nenrnNIM1. Pasty NIlene.s "" "" out ar FR I IU4
IS.Scented ...Bib'killa Ina Snano PS ...... nN.L 153 aaoy 1510be. GLADYS SMITH RdolrerIM WOODROW SEAY i en e mane tot
SOLUTION 0' nSTlltDA PUZZII .,. Wash wew/atO _...., W. Onh/oralrf Ave The Waiter Sulkier $350 Down $4650
MANY Nln F''YtI.So a PR. _
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22.:feed 45.Come > 2.CnJtDoI4 7. BohelN, REALTORFLORIDA I ....... CC'. 1Ntn. II' lands.Nenln. ::1311 Idwrd N. .W.Sac 1505. 305.1015 A0W55, 1005N say DIHICT' MOM W/LDIS. MOVING OUT OP STAYS IN II Po. ..... Mrmm A ... TMN
ash beakcaoto, NneMare w Its reduced M COmml a V !IIi dare w 1 II net bot..d to face onto Uioo Call Werner w.
23.Triumph gethcf clanre moo basally 51140,4 10 Slit NAPPN5I.Y L,COOC I kama kitchen eauloead.FHA VNIOLO NOUtl or move Weiamen, PR .'471 or atop WIlls
2'Retnlt4ed 46. Tree la 3.Bectldmnt L Adduy NW aectlan 1 black from J. J. Lilt ......s or V*. UN NI Mm torHugh '""',..... Camalalaly furnlahad' my N. Main. for e Ruldad ....!..
kimk) -t b? ... .,..
PMey gchool et tut NW HhP Edward. "n. .
PARK Ik NW aaclkw, .
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28.Nece Indie. 4.Thick ails 9.Algona ulan *. Cell vae tor apt *,S.ANtha i ALACHUA / INC.Phone koma ofcMM
Ck Indus ueeulfrom in, I h. ".. now home with caMrel AC 14 ...... M...... InJHAOOWLAWN
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lit*ltd 5.N.,", .,....... I MiI_. I both homeen MethWan.. OrenNy wary li0 ream, hum In -kitchen, eonlkMt. 4 N, TM many Mco foarurM and
30.SmiIlSl.Crittnj DOWN metal !Emeni holl acre wooded lot Har* b.ucOlM Myokh on tat b I P M. -I PM hoekvMnlAuiuM .... A-C HIM Bel lumanlng to maM_ DO NOT
taood -.. contra hoof, oonllylng > under tasatructleo N wMeMrly M. Ml N W. as PL tall etuaae tool can erlord 114)me ESTATES
t Strip ConftnneJ Turkey ....... .... dn. HI M. Mil If 14* Tar ... ....
MIN PMpoda roan II. 10 Add your decoratorOCMA -. C.I 5151 1 bud Roomaan, M .._ goymonia ta>ae, f. D. OLIVER
trtbeunta roam A fine home In 5 boss M tsus Pane M Miser I halo: cone.hemae. loos wad II alwaal now Mriw
r 15. HOItI Prestige !location. Price! 12'.. t'wr cola act,..,'. ::Call YOU'LL IUY"IT.IVIRYTIMI IIPAINTIO MAIN. end eui a I Nans ...... w._ ...... It.a.wl .. OPFIRIN
I' l :::0 f J' p I' /. 19. llayd Mrpocl. ScIllar lane' models t\un an >. CCI home. IIM M. krMM to water hove and Mona InMvldual slyly 1101 VII
LecalII' PHONE 512.3522 bNK*, I SR. | ka.V ire. Vow ( -/ eM ROT month mtl, hMN. lor 11531 441 won Wall' NasNd SN/y"' stone
documail22.1nroherenc Pen ''''-1''' l ..It.... 00.01, Ins w Nw.e a.Noemas. II stulty fir 11000 w a.aePne a Queiitv motertoi 4 work
:::0 IJ 2y 10.Lamb Nan bane wits AardwtM Nees jngTei Paws ** e4M Jllf NW 1IM1 ... nat. fir .'...... II M/s a aay, MMMII
end Friaa room In ban/Itua ice, I r..ihitcemain NN yard to alit m..LH. 1 A ...._11' ya west. M
I. III l6 11.WatetaL fully' landscaped lot. Priced" elIIXIN 54310.10 kitchen.-t:,:: lad IY OWNIF try eemfertekKJr Freud to live k)
with IM dawnkovmant ,_ WATII .ONT Mir wan apos0Intet Wales, Drive Weal OH NW Wk
14.L4ugh: fl.I' w III" Per maw! Is 010/1/// I .... | ..,... C. I. Gr5c0a5 14..... MW M Mod M euir .1 ." !rick HomanStyhas Ave. goal... .... kindle Se.IerNCNM .
17 t : I' I N 'HA wyer.SPIC barer add' ..inin .. vlow II .,.. Pas. kg. '' '1 y has, a LS' re III shot is loti.It .
.3.Amer. FORDYCEFEATURES ArmMOnlllN xtr ir $r. bath OKIkraaiy It .....
AND SPAN "'''''..... 4 IR.I baths.I PeefefHol
ZI II merganser Inein.evlato I b.dreem hems lit eel COZY MN., ... peened woN ..sideM. lira
16. lingpmall _' TV M/aee., WWtaralml |
Wlant Marlhaait MINIM euldnwn -. hem. 101 _
,IS ;; If 17 I' 11 7.Ch'l o71b.. .. eueiitiad. FHA ouyor elate I '-. bats dNPeb -.... I ft 4 ladroaiiig, biMIt.M Irtth.en .
For month maludlni, tarafAC slat ..-. me*. I Ml. Motors I "" _1. oan. heal VA no
J.nU rlfi w Msura oa. ,,_. ......... I With ._.. IM hMIOre Moot beMM dawn -"'. FHA trorn "5700eawbas MODELS
l, II r1IJ" 2J.DumbolOlllldeci! Ito. dIMenalnar, II.ONal' all OPEN HOUSE 4 I*. I Mm N. W. Cl ton. M w ._...- prhM MM maw I
Minded .. then HLOOe, Fef .. .
will tovtf, Iwlmmlr .. IMMWCOMfOKT tH e
I.tcvtlv* tyM htm. Ipnlah' b.sahad .. mro bra W'n.... 4M-1PI ..1'1 I luilalete.' ln<. ,
.III J.s 1rC.'flClu'II"' doa/shed 4 Now !
F. 2.0""u BUSINESS PROPERTYIf er I .101..11I saw NW ink Open
Plat A atti east
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lulud'JS you ore M_idoirh N. W Hi KM IWivMtar. tlivoul' fir*. I tr I iMm* l W MtaOTDrtv PRN Noun OAilycm
J. 1# ; J6 13.Mutilate 'th Itroot, wo gltM pun, .... Mixniw.. Cimt IM II" 111 NW, IMI Avo. ineau or ua-me.
MN cannot M eurenoad, 0'tail. fill ....... M 11,101. ......... Nw. A Mil ten .pea.INVITMUN Northwest
J7 >> JI N II U.Moniirt I '". wa/labia oil ,-"f. 1, rt iM .. W. M '1. a* Mum
13.:Cenetlogy W I,W. IINI M M Meters 0... ?
W. ban a Iuathe II life salad
4& .S f' J;.Dtrk ARNOLDREALTY dens 'NDIVIDUAUT'I .. BI EstatesCvitem

.Simple And Nudity are /lr 5.trora alMN (p
I 1 r I bath hams MtoNnew MARYMOELLER KftttfOtttltfmett
.. f. 47 Sugar COMANY IOU' ........ MIoN! Null'. I I
40.U5nrst I Multifile tlarMf" Momhar 1 "" .. -- lullt homo r>
no Pewen i u. IVan
Hit Avonw VI.mtAaaactatMi : IlPadytl Cl.HW
NewI/N/WN II/IJ hyperbole W. UMv n. nMwleus eke Play c I ehlerWoeurlf.
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Par Nm.27 min, Mm CoiewollJim .,..11... bait, Mk fleere, eorgett,
41 Short iwlm' I InotMrO tak HaftKanP. CHAItMAn' I central keel lull blink asI ... iwinnr I .llyAN ...... loft
W. Mango Jimmy Ores _> iiHiK-. Vm'l .live thus I REALTOR kite vee..M .... 1114NW. rear leolrMiM add Tweeeki.
I Walter Itodaard kP ClMnltl' dItto KrM ell OH a Itll NW. ITfkis City _/.....
I* with WllllMiwburf $rplae.weel .... PI. $14.009. eeii
1111 DOWN. I Ik. CCI homo oyocnowa Ilnterttd wall Is wall .... 1110 W. Uftlverllly A.. fSOO dens, }..,., t* .*. Cods It... Small I
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-- -- oars. near* ...0Net":.'N.. IUINI poly leas ... N. ItsutteIt 1 loud'acaeln. PR 04411Member .....1.. Re** ..... Prleod". fed N. ...H........

II Houiei (., Sell IS Hemn far Soile IS H.u... tar So... Irtll A..., JTUMI. C.N radyce 115.113FORDYCE Aaaecletoo Muitieie, Ltatlre Qklek Sale ,

I w. abhor Poster KMterarlle T.. C..... LOll Nomnnal 1.11-

QUALITYNerthwMt PLIAIANTLY loiMtconoe '01.101' AT LAST PARRISHPRESENTS Mayo Ihoron trenf Tote yew ...... .* Deer /teens, 10) rk SaregfGal MnNy MeahMl OR MO loot.
N.'... latveal :: MO Of IIW."ft' at ,
W. 155 CCI ..
fIau. Alto den.
*0 keeirHM bred lltel ... leek. ,
location Living nom ... Mnf HI se ow. cioeeoal IIV DIMANO A 'IOCIATtL INC. I has MMM SOoth of N\f, in*
end Gracious dining rein I M Call ,R I me.. 0771. > .'era Purdytl, bolterSlAI Klnteborry kMM *Ma.or .,.,....* .loose 04_
large bedroomA. PanelledMt.. loeb Idwerda Inc, hM retireeS U'ATt CONSULTANTS NEWMODELS rtoo>' Leek et .....1? Nil
lly room Centre Heat Al, Car OWN lit MOVINO loouHM/ ellwwu.l to Normwett ..I.'It"" Dick Ronka Prnlwae Na..hbared kern Ski "'..... kl
4)oi>,ldM Narrey ganb.. f eo
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dlNening "jVljaS"1" DanlM walnut Cylrosa flnlM PSnailne Araiwlveirt w WITH ATTRACTIVI 4-bodrMm. t bets o. C. OayLASSITER DNI" ...' $9,00010530,000 ,.. .Im.el psN/ly .1.. WALTER STUI8S

GLADYS SMITH Realtor Suit m kit, fan, .m. 0.> All IMI brick aiailar henry walll' homo eanirei. ....11... and aircandltHMInl. I. w. unto .' '.1 .,......).
9oad oarnor locettan -
HM W. Unryerally9NCV wood neon nor P. K, Voneo 0) Torreue Heart noor Howard Slang, Ideal, New OFO .. n... end ..., gin invejltvkle Inc.
end Unh FR MM. Peneka eobNta.sodded I .1 ... It .
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Downon YOT n'.5)94
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Unlv ly ownor, I IR t bath U"CT 'Olt LUG' FAMILY Air tandlllseNy I "..., family nom VIII... OfieejtahMlol Monty I ...
en I A. lot R rice '''.110II. nun -. Llko Four now. both. ,in (41 --. I all 4 lodrae Medals I Ihlm room ,kaoutmllly 1 londKao REALTYOLIN OM __..* your lot Ii 12) ....W. llrklrteet 'W. teedi houses"COMPARE
lions dn !''" ear rant tetra (4) Dome In CD "Id I 04 yowl atyuat SOW end MeaN IIMSII
... at 4020 'W 03rd ti off Wilt.Pisan NerM.wot !Iseatlan' S2..1IOO I IFRINtl ARIA Llroe I ...._ I koma. II

,Rd W"OCIlWnor gallant' I Tarma N. W. JInI Cb $100 CASH VA tXCILUNT _"'..., locotlon, d 5.draan hats Pas M large Panelt Mentkry Mr"***. .
Maitland FROM __. .._... AM eaeealaM10ne aid
rand now. HMO bod_. MN I Well CNeIkslDNuMa 153 ease.Ole slay I Noon
too bats krlck Homo. IwonloTerm. .$750 CASH FHA. fiamo Frlcod to aall aIlS, low own a lae largo I* wiM, II..- MM.hr 01 little' ) 0*
tacos NOMi too NW IOTIf Dit maleroan.. payment end .Immoeiate, ectupawer. Place oaparole" dining room 4Florlde NadWapNts.emaelay '
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Price reO.CIO. PNA flnonelO N W. Mr'e C t? lawman, of medal Nome ovary ....... Doukio ........ sow M1101 MIMaeeMM $56.00 'I !
lay M ...m.WO 1 1.cl.I w s frowndo InchNhikllNHOUlf em.oath .
11- Ma ..1111 cam Sro else kllllolnf M kMUfrtvlloti SLACK AC.... Traditional I bode W X W .W''''. / as Na. 11II blend I. Severe sin kennel nttito
guy NOW AND WORK OUT THI _.... YNrog bedroom, the In w_,_ roam I turn homo WIN Hvln| MINO POOL CCI Rocreotloilhauee N S..PN Aneees e o Taos N..041... ....,...*. !
DOWN AYMINT M"" PI.... N W. 33rd C,. roam, Mperoto imine' room'tone with kar...-uo Fit, Now 5151.TaMealeM THESE HOME VALUES
low hams on noovlly weodrt loft My raom wits flroolaca PHA tlnwlne rogulrea ..SlyIntl
now under conitnKllon. TnrMboiho ....IIM Acre L.... N. W. 13rdPARADI HUGH mewrh hulle, M kltehM.: 'ControlINIXPINllVf Dane elw .Io.'nt gaess 334151TGBKO I THE JAMES CO. YOU I
BEFORE IUY
lend four badroom. ono and .... C,. teas!. Total erica only" Him thnm
"'t'In-, from etonloll EDWARDS h., e/F.lnhsnl' ONLY. Cal 1/10 101 WdM. 14.MM I
M Weitwood Iltoloi.Walk o*> MOMI MODIL. t bedroom home 1ft'. 172UlTyen.ea ,
to .....1.. All city' ....Ie.. Quality one: .....,.,. .on exeat* INC. In good condition' : toned IA-1 a211e1U soup I SAVE!
doa at N W. :WIN Delco all NW.13th I..f VII', Moot for home kuaineai.NIW ..11011 You SOY O. SUITS | 1724441IvIMon I The fallowing are how gndofIIOONW.
Place.' Call .72._ rally on T. D tlT.OUIitIt 1927 NW 19TH DR. I yea inn N N twrNN N 1.w I .* l
god Sul M
eanntvetkl needyTM
325.,41 ._ S76-797I LIJTIN9 Almoat' new I bed. anew you mla, Urge I IR I lamhome .'
night. _room I bath centrally hooted with tow 10) ft, of IMi| I Klalobaaty Hsostar MIa.' Hong are hung M tor e001ga00y .ail,
end oiconditionod home enlorgo onto Riua ki| 1. car garagalullt -_. i
lot > toe let kl wimborty' kl IMI arlll LIKf NIWntranco .
> 1" ". '.II..1ft kitchen UtIli"UNIV"'IT" loyar largo II. Nee IIIO HW Ilt A>..
t ..... OR r .* withFlreoleco I 55 100 katko tiaaa .... U. N.
AC It II. New _.. k ne.mur.dare antnan HW eer me. or 11004 en, end 5SNIboth.aden.S11P
also raatrlctad, auMlvliian, el sure .11. ..lIf.'n' .,.... weld die.washer. till Pea .
..... Paved "..-.. feuds' lets II- .......,. C S NISALM 4110. 4111
e 10. corners WUO Outside City ..T I A''CONDITION'NO, NW.Iftk
U",,'". thus NO CITY TAXI*. JUIT 1t.0UtiD .. a' 711 NW.4th N
This Week's fllal .'.101I. Oat was, I t* t
RRAfeNAILFj"Oft* CON.' M"I IR, I bode IM ex, tiirNorwood
M.M.PARRISH IIDIRIO. Call rololVMM Contemporary am a' fill .........
4llt 0 4117 NW |ttAON.
DOWN A IN par .* .

alud4Mant| NORTHWIIT 4 _month tacTarraite .I Colonial I .... I koto SON dh. let N
lit I lath ,
cIMcJJec: II.... ftoara.If ..eTatel -
AIJOCIATII INC. w_ .... rks 5ly ...::3
N. Wet, Mill MNN Orasain lie. Mss ...11" PMA. Modern
m Carolyn Poolay Mary ParrtinteNfJMrit Appla.y: LYA::
Itreot Tal tTHlH ITIRfAL ITATI. CALL I Hope
ap I. Uft" Awe
275"LXWNOM 378-1521 YOURCHOICEOF. Lane. nsmtnNN lain.r
al ? R large family.koiho 4 0I. 1 -H- Inc
asp .
ot VMI ream femkyroam
I Mdr.an maaaley han,a wflh MyrttolowHor, RMllor 14 Models perhv 41Ma4" ,
flaor, tor Fort end Ikn hock yard ONLY lOtS dawn Id luatii "._,... hlkhon.; korM down '- Property
NO CLOSING COITII MesS IM ... PaM ly aaooo.d all
',!lc.4 FP./11$13,400I. $11,200 4e1ss. e5P11.5a..wanda.M.wndty /

1 I .boat bed weds p..r d......1 al. _err..ooalneecxl. EARLY AMERICAN .Neal. aa seal M..::=MbwMas ALL OUR rWMtl All

yi / at '511,1oe.. As e.teOllanal dry FIREPLACE HOME PAYMINTS $7Qi4 repo.ly Lot .. Grill FOR you Tl IN.JOY .

All wle5 aa/arlar a railed START AT7 pros a ar I" a IaN-yhw IMIN4J' ANYTIM IF

:::: : NIbo6: .. I 50 t; hMrth firoeioce a e -'If adwaNlsNIa.oeery. Nr0. YOU WILL JUlY CALL.O .
TOYS tansy ewe ..,".", kit.fun. II ...-,_.. ......1. 11I..1HIGHLAND )
/ 110,001 with IIJH DOWN. OlI batoSlast bow ,
l'. I f. 41* ITIIItF
,, ...,011I, '_naead tontrol ,
DUPIIX bedroom eeertmonig hooting A Me ao dttleNhea u 4FMI IT F. Nora
with monthly Mcemo of ll'k
aa'o dood end ""' ChetaoNW
kkioe M MI') hv HI,4M.City .
or... i..all""nf forma
bednaeee I Mill ...."..... 110I..... ef Home luJMer.
LOV.lY I III"
....... ;S COURT MANOR
eery .brat astt1N N 0 h a
L"" "" Control heel lorwecraenod _1.... ./ 10'10.'

In Fe too with aunkM rone | iimic lontI
.. ecre .Beautifully KIIMATIICK PIIIJOH llOBt
nda4.PSdMtt.
,a1 LIU THAN
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n JOHN 172.7070 Idlee OMIei. NI IM Bird. lid

MERRILLRealtor caenac I : lltkTerfeeeOiclnegvlNe'i Sooner or later Iyou'll


McCOY'I .

fttUlTIPLI. FR LISTINGP0a3N. M4t4AkbOCIATIli MACOMAHOMES r. want a Butler


M..'.... Pordl
w. H Ruckhennonm ...... Reid .eot

'skwakailr. I IR, CCI Home INC. Isa.rewl IaOmdW b.I1d1Pg .. ... Bros. home. Why

for aow by ewner. MOM cook or
.....-LI1I--. on term of Meg down i nn'so. THI 'JIFFCRSON LAKESHORETOWERS


ii Wioi. I .It. I saW. not !
4LINES NW Wan,, Mr M Mots ct.tnnkyty talada Mrtold.MN now
Print '. I HJJJWK Dent Ij MM* km* M

--P"--Win allalstedwa/aria........ Notice, Die wnlowMdry sal NOW LEASING

.kitchen end FCMtryC.ylGerojlell'V.0
10 Maege randy N ela as.Iron. ALL CITY SERVICES
t .. TNro w gad."an. .

4 DAYS .I TMi ip.ci.l geed e. IP LDO'U'372-8404 101 a haiaa laA'oa / ISaSOM1IWI.' INS .Motoey_ Sod Shoal Pled. I FERN WOOD MANOR

a woo. FIaeaPeet Nate Old 5 N/aaaM be.5nc
I waN as :NonstepN1 0001 5 114 P'eW .515, If
50.01 M N.1. 1111.M hm I _11.-
$2.00 1 .b.Y. item .fij (f ep.N -- 0ans4 o.ueanoa'aed a a 40000 db.n. real 5tN 0 12,250 up
stud lam t. germsra roam ".. C nkatldmw
i oOa w.d Iaed.a..dr NeesItl.d e.oy t1.ne..
It 40th 11CIII M stet TO. -L'. Meat at Pop Naiad
lo ROM c.rmoerciel! l .d. as sand Mr M .PWei anm M aeuaad a. .a.P. $400 DOWN FHA
_
mile to aNMe
and neon WN NOTHING
DOWN VA
LOCATj 0k Steed Atfaa. OMg
lend' Psear aa.oa.Its mete 1.11MM easel lb.4I $100 CJMHIf Ct
kjatii>M gas o> Pe Gin, -
Yirtli.H wnly. I.ch week laletaa heaA Mane' M NW 1716 PL
end two aor faragi. Coxananwor $7C'"

.,k M. atMas Prau-et kM MPs'00 then -en The QnnmaaeO MOM /J PER MONTH

es r l eat RANCHO GRANDE I LUx RY ItATURt IN l tl
1 MW v.*t .J ipexi.l f LU.UI"t' 1-1- Peal I WALK TO SCHOOLS


Nrow.edends Ca1 alia.HVe .Muni Nab allay M-==. Saeini. I Aeroe ) PteeiO) eVe.ede C Cewrnel Hoe* I

trill b..ff.r.d witch Neuy to P 545 NW w0W am0N. 0N.4N a two 1 Cenerel Air Cow*. UwieVr ee.lNloettodfd 4 II. trick Fr Hi' C.I.F>l.li./ New lUbkliiff ..
fa'I .m W r.aM.a/y "... N Uekerg .6e.b.g. Noy Cked ,
1 I
"*,''-. HOUIII evedaeie elm ON IN 3201 R 0) Pe e
Pow /NA o..e.sy Me We > I lle-njujft
'" It. W.Bf All Speclel we M1/.Mt d5-s Par "PLANNING TO WILD"Lot I'' I
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I ileS 101 .e.A..O molea.K WI .w- yOst d. Is.I. 376.4456 DIRECTIONSt Ddye W... .. Uth, Aft. T...

/noes SaN II"INC1WIt yet Wtea. UH .. llrk If. .r ITtli T.fte)...
Ph... i7M4tf. Ctwlal ........ FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
t LW.KIRKPATRICK
.0 McCeVLVty U4 "-

M .7290 SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL f DAILY Butler BrothersBUILDERS

"N.1e" ii -50l3ekV 1194 S.W. I H' H.- UA HWT. 441

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Mamumi keno l llw' Oars L.aateaM .. Butler Bros. IUILDIIJ iI DAILY I7MS4S NIGHT |7.., 4I
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alnl .1.1.1 1tmOQd11 D1

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.11 Gainesville Sun Friday, November 11, 1964
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= YOUR SHOPPING IN GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SHOPPING CENTER .;


;; CLASSIFIED
ADS


= Clean out the Closets b Utility Rooms NoPick up extra cOlh Penes to parson ads ere for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

= 1 10 4 UNES..t $100 er less with the selling price stated III the od. NI Idditlollli tests for ads that require the full 10 de,. No refunds for ads that

DAYS briny quicker. .ctIOll. 1 .

:: DiAl 378.1411 e e A Courteous Ad.Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

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15 Hisses Ur hi.conc. 40 1u.1.... Propertleg 41 Ce: >la..d Property 4' ....... Fw Raul 5( luslMM. Oppft.nlHo' s <4 H._"tMM, GeM I I $6 MlM. FW- $.lehundrol $6 MIM. Fof Silo

5 i II .... block' homo. t.....- GOOD BUY LOTS 'UIIN'IiH.' "DOM. l'" lI cII.. ... II. I.b" L..M',. U. UT SPECIAL' IALI. ... ..' CANE JUICE
THE TIMES INN ook .... 4111.9.. troolIprlngl. I em Intiroiiel m kuylng orvor.M Nan ....._ on IW" tot Avo SHELLOIL ..... mine" I end. OaSis I"oof-; er SI Jl'pJr. ....... Well AI mill' 11 conn ..,. Delivered SI
... IA-Nro '_. nor 455 He: > US': nnof R.F Won.Norwood "HHI el the right p.co.( Coll Call : Mal. 51045115 soPs.NCf ... I..1. I 15504515 "'........ I .55155. 5N5.S "ulll Nut.Soy. Coil 4Sl.>!7f. Tom leyler' Hwy
All trncod Hoi goa4WHI 40,101 5500100M lor S 5105ri.mtn5 I7KIM.4JI dswn5154s, In. tec..1' '...LUl7NSI'. : /5.410$.441-1,.,. 201 Nw11gr's.I .

:: | NOW. wil ind ot in tKM.ool.Prink .on UI r. Frlcodto 'lor -bualNN' ..00005,10 slid SW1.l.mail I.7Un10. COLORED RENTALS C.ntrN MN old room......clno_ p751.M1a CO. CHAN ..... ...,.......... torule AIR CONDITIONS ItSOt ,fU. i TON York Air Cacdlllonor. Ills
0. _ord. PullorOrMy / Aw. II In'......" c.II 1UroI.Md, lot 51 elM, novel tre..... I wnherl yoeri eld excellent cendlllonIH ...1. 5555 11005. Cool ,100, 551to ,
)1 ind
a "n_. c.. OHIcoF Hope JT4-MOI _> Si "fl/p, 2017. RtPAIR WORK ON ALL Clll FR HIlt Itlir t:30 P.MCOMFLITILY 1151 unlll M.y. Pb5 e1
: 0. ... 711NlghSprlngi NOW RENTING 3 Wooki cempony paid trainIng MAKtS Clll .PR MM. US'D ROYAL TVPUWIITEN 271-0015.'
= Do You Have """d. TWO CORNERS COIORIO piM oportmonto ullro..01.lorgo living IR and d. 50 Mobile Hemeeno In managomgnt tolling 'to. MO. rollaway, w ood Imo RICONDITIONIDtig .

0NI MOVING SOON, MUStSACIIIFICI BUSINESS LOTS "lnlne 5505. 5.511 51153,0 willi nmoo .. .... urviclng morchandif.Ing wring moltmi UI. SmoN .. MUST GO
= eM NW intoned r0" '. lo s ,5w5,011.1,51.
A Room I 55. Pk.rlo-1, ,011I Avenue eg 5 fm ..... ileroeo cloooti fwrot.M chlldron' FHONI inwaLLITATI
Phono HIM
room 'lorgo .1, condition I rSmoll RP 177)9 N. MASS SI., floor.. til. ......., opoc. hoof FR availabl. M qualified 400. IIW 07551700.SLEC..0.5 one wheel roller
down poymont s5555 Ft 5 IM nnod IRII or ond hot weter hooior. '...IIIofa't"Ll MOUSI TRAILIR I ond I lod- persons lam while, you ll>i full top unionwg .. Oi
;:: Apartment or 05 001550/5. 1515 N' 1151 51 .".W. Klrkpilrle' Agency 11 N. tloo onpivM ........ Con bo movod on your learn- excil lint opportunity corner. sill .....N epecetimer hitch 5Complel.
.7..41" Csr5. II P5o15 ins, iln' FR M4M :: less NPhoo.. OM |4J|, (urto. ".. to enter t.... service ..100M.Mtu5ln.., lit 376-5579
? 4PM. tor w in y. I. Whits.U Phone FR 4-J4H. II" Sllverticil ,
House to Rent ZONED Tilly heeler SIS Hgiow
= Rooms
B A-I station bUll"..... Cnntael .
I IR 155 bo"'. built 'In kitchen, !MI v m mi. to CU FT evmp "'_. Vt HP .,.. I APPLIANCES
control ...... SIr conditioned.. op- 13. tMt fronting M N.W. HittlrMI MI... R.ofd. Mr Henry DeLooch. FR 2- UPRIOHT' FRtKIRUncondltlonolly M'te.' 5.1/555.15 Sa5.1 UII NW PURNITUM FAMILY' DIFFICULTY, '
REMEMBER- twin, set* for Slew equity. hoiFURNIIHIO 111 feet drop Lac.... 45 ...,.1...... ApI.AP. 5333. awronMo .... ItONI DUI TO LIT MY FURNITURI
"'.n INS Sown ....m.... 211fN' In IMI Mock. Full detilli btcilllng MAILER SPACi 511 3'U7t7 I MUST
.w. 'IF .'IN "O.OCIO NIW boy's eteni Nr"Col.ulbl 00 TO SOMI RESPONSISL5FAMILY
Orel' 5$. Ph50s JI.I605. L"'''. '. I .... m. .. w. unlv. I FOR RENT y5 can. 0 rorsIn "
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WILLING' TC
..M..I.... 5/0a 00 5005. 39' GE RANGE Mcycli, red wllh w WHO IS
= A Ave III Coll PRJWI 5. no
rental mo. MONTH
vacancy 155. Florldo' room, University Realty por Income property thlt "' .. bo Improved trim 137 JI. FN.ie FR Hits SAVI MY CPIDIT 1 ASSUMI
FR Nowborry Good CHI
or .2111 pill for M Trollor Fir*. condlllonIM
: Ocilo Itono homo on lovily W 1115 N. M.I' PH. m an HiynolIFFICKNCV. "twlll'rv, 'It to .., good. "25l.resM e 174-1714 ...., I:M "M.A.G 'INFANTS eulomillc: iwlngTettir II PAYMENTS ON THIS" IIAUTIFUL
= COSTS YOU MORE floor Unworllty Ownor on prom* I minion doiiore write to Ion ett. Toller ,_ ", tan GROUP
I koi au....., from HAM. to 2 .pt Cloin "vlot endcomtorteble A... 0.'.oscIlls"' ..... T- "LI..NCIS /5155.1..5.. AU 0100. 'In the living room there to gPC I
'.M. 143' NW IIn ..... ASlpprlco 42 ,.."' i AcreegeAlochue laool tor oolllodbuiinoii I 51-A W....... Ti Ron VERY SUCCISSFUL 5u5,50/.od tea.. FR "'II. .....-.... ",II., 7 H. Mfo Imitcrilng
that SINCLAIRelellen new
than the ad
: 511.15. Cull IllM0an.. .. mon ..v.n..... Nov I I/NIV.' PROP. nods o. 15505.ac000M00 for lone lome flnenciol 41 055.,45.1515,5. 11510 lit III choir" I end teblH. WIHmitctllng '
l.I' 10' SilO 'n
5000 pr .c .
t AI.. Orlindo' ony doi.. "''n. Phono FR "5714- I ,/ f RmgM from S3f up SINGERAUTO corkllll Hole (welnifwllh
15 55 help evellibie. Clll FR
4 11505.
0e1.
County M to IM
KmImproved
: will rent Itl I WILL ml for Ion thon opproloHlvolu. ,........ U to 4* acresrow iWiY: DECORATED APTS. Col.j I f,1I Nr-Nnd, 155 0001. 55,11550 3751. 17 w....... from Sit, up .Mergollle' ....,. I till dot
ind only IXi down I If crop N.... pond on line logo Itudmll ond couplet llhbtrrv 5 OIr"1 1115loon.. ,7..7Jt6 Or I Dryen from So up ZIG ZAG ....... lamp wllh' _....
11 CCI- OKOIUnf tocollon monnlr. I ""illo off Slow' Ml Call ALA8'I Oct 051155.0 ............ C51boo.' I AM S FM J74-JKI, OKI. 1471 41 W....... to Say t Food-Froonrg from sir VII 'It ,.teI.. t boeiitlful' full rugi I
: Here's what .....u,.. call J74-4U7 and CHU" SIALTY A.SOCI..TI.V.l44l. m-)1 tr 4MO71. _97.1m, G.Ilnrr. DI........... 5a., III SI tool eend N.. etlechmonti. g fir ,lung plue
: yourvacancy M TVjlo.. Iran III VI moke buttonhole. eplloue mon.JJi",1'blind TV L Stored
too nil Nl 7m' ...,.. FURNISHCB APT FOR HINT WANTED USED OFFICE SAFE 55. I' Port
JIM "O"L" APPLIANC' C0. '" N 0501
for I. mile Air condition04 5J Offlc..Dllk SPK.CIMco CALL FR -8269 The bedroom eulto' "ll D..... tIge .
: COSTS Acroi near Idl.wlld only 415 NW lib Avo 1'tI. 27.175 him etc.wllh P5,50.
$400 DOWN contril hitting; ..111111.un tike S nay a Mr. 1 Mrs. 575.5.. will
credit up piy.menu
school. FR 2-0328. 'o .."T ... I" PT. at .lIlet COINS WANTED CLIARANCI IALI good tilting mirror the*! on chop
nlilmd "b PR KM FR
er ,
.11,..".. IR. 1 homoM of So bilinceM
I bull
Vary me. piy
SOlO NW Ills Ie lac..... ,
,". Call All Moolnt Non 005
w YOU EVERY DAY .... no"nllo'_. Lorgo MIW III ecrm I br homo. tehocc lltlminl 44171ONI 5 375.1501IOCURITY 37515757 US. orX fonlgn. Illvoroollin mirkod down to reduce 5,501U11,5 .... dM bookceie bed with illdinipenel
5 lot. Monthly' poymonti. only ihMi. troctor S oaiilp17 '". opt. CIOM .... RodocoT'olid proof HH.... < ins Hock N..,', Nu .....,...,.. 174 NATIONAL for your glocll redle.,Is .Pam ...
y hoif there e
doll 5355 bodrm.
until it ,fi rented: S7I Sins ond ro531553.. 136.001 .Xt sewn. bK. ovl Middle egofl women or 'U'LO'NG' NW51 ..... P1115 F5 411151, SOWING MACHINI' co., INC. .
.. .. for eel of buntbnn
Myrl.FOROYCI. couple prilemd, unoultoblo. torchlldron lIDS W. Unlv.roy' Aol PI,55, ClaN RIIIL STAMP It COIN' SHOP (formerly Mlkell Sewing' Mecnlne, tiful, w.II.
Vz ACRE LOT S AMOCUTIt. 'INC. or pile 0550 6 Space Air" ...... Olo. >. SO* W. Unlvorilty, A... DISCOUNT ....It.. The dining, rm. hot g 'Ige
.nod I RR. both Cl homo .IALTORweotfi N 114 .W IrS A... for, ofMtroot porting' Jon'Mr M.M teble with 'leef 4 4 loll
i MW I 1111. or 115 A00. 171-1351
III W. U.'v.
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IF RENT YOUR LOSS lltuitod on thli 'lorgo wonoog ondliMKMOd t)4 W. Unlv" mills oorvko ...11..... Clll FPJ 4U04orFR Wo Buy U 4 PunlhurolLaos PRICES podded ....,... The kitchen 'llMM
lot on NW lets. Avo. EFFICIENCY APTS. .:3 I IS ACRES AIIOK/lvS 'II 51155NA000CK I.YII''G::
.9 0455
: IS: PER DAY IS: (rid. hoit It A c. Doubl. con 5115 III rAe. WnI- N Oily, SATIN SH MO. IF A C. AVAILAILIDownlown IIOTH.II.m W. undosell.va ybody. SANG!. u. white' linlih with even Irollout
... Mlconnpy encfiingo 4U IOn od. killlkMl FRII with evr LFOAI broiler. Mul I itornfdriwerii
port I. fomlly room, onetltchoo
,
elf of 55$05 rood. 0" plea '" C.Mro11001/ ft AC. 2S or 162.111', A10505 HENDRIXFURNITURE suog cemueie. (til down
.. ond much moro. 5115w1OUTSIDE SI.IM .. Say with tormi 5 ROOMS AND IATH FOR Rl M lit' 5. Can L.tllttr 501117, Admlrel' rotrlg win
CO. III 1000/h II' two monMs1.P0O5. .
.. 515 pr. me .. II.M per. day CHI Dick RoMmon/ RALPHFOSSIY TIRED COUPL1 SW For fne.plul _17'-iIV or :lit "43. ..... lop freoier moot keepererlipor
H.uionoMlIPOSXSStD .
CITY ...''Iar. "W. UnlvKroi utllltlll. ClH M4-I4IH <4 Gad.I Nw Hh ...-.. of IMh If.I .. Archer Rd H e-illl i ihoivoe. ,In eoort A*
: uo.... 114. .. IIM ..... _. mlrol 515,15111rnr1, HI excel.
per Coy 14' KILVINATON froo 11505.w
17.1151.7a. : 54
Imlnoil' .'CIUmr-
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$55. wnh U :
and
S SR IItI,5 50055 I ....... Orlg coil 1117 A...,.
MB city' fo M on mil" chormlng I Mw II Non N 2105 N'I
3 &II..., IIM per. day 1..2 sill Cs l05rS 50 NW. 5.0u111W It.... IIvlft" Arm 15,15055 ....... 570 05. 510 W. STOVES Ills D,. iner I F. M. SINGERSLANT0MATIC pmli SI w_. wllh no money downen
? IM. Waro. ,In d. ...... I2S
""". lor enlr, 5,51 "LIO. M IS /urn. "0,11,515' NIV. IIM.P1010 5055 10' '''''. S1 ItcC' I
w :ltIII A... IUlfdo CAy INrlleNu55 North ol aolnoivlllo poor ON 4.77$. DAN BYRD 3761155 5 11./751 FRISIDAIP.I' ..,..11. ........,.,. "' "
L' wi' 5,501 '
IIr.01eC.M.
: 145 pr 0'6 .IIID1..y 55,1 Mot' prulId/' floor I I.7S, hlgn' brlullHil, wiodl for only TWO ,", ".,... 11005. aIr 50041.Nn05. 376-8268 funlturo SO tobod I' IM Clll 47J-M1I, Mrl D. I. A........ P "'.. "515 Seas 50510 $397"
".100 with .. '.. ALSO 34cm .,.... 1011151104. club' .5.1,. I Hop tibliicockloll I Lynn
W 5r. 0'b .. M14 per. diy plan For apP to OM Mil 171- 110.' PON thing with out .11',. Mekei but
: ol SIM par ALSO Rent ". ClllFR 57055 1 WANI110USI ,tibli I loMo lompi J
1131. Nnr Unlvorilty' _.
; 4 ocro troct for .1.DM ear OC'.. 50000. Call" Josh M"II" 500110.. ,. .... GE WASHING MACHINE 1505'155' 55w5 .5 Iv" 511ed
5.s p5. 15. .. .2.I..oy. "34 or Ortonde IfSMO.oHir "/ lnollo tfoublo (rrnor I bei of SlJS er Aik for Long furniture' ,In itorigi
UNIVERSITYREALTY Mir MMIcd School. ALSO it 111.104WASEHOU5I cll.55.50051 Sod. tnittroiiond Ii NodIlLen. 520. 5.015.Smp0.
e P.M. Cm be MM Sundoyfrom .
el 17 0
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... per
.. 171 P.9. W5. .. MM per. leyM4S I ISIS cm through tor o toll J. W.ol SMI, '. / 11 ..... tl | '.M. 1431 725 oq. ... In 511 11 bo> '''''''''. ToSS up pyorylhlng I 1121113 Duo'I 0111 0,15 II",,,,. Cro.I "NATIONALFurniture
KlrkpltrlckAgoncy NW 7th ROM. 54w.rd. _"/" C1nNrI. p SmN of 51125 rorthl', lop 50. I.,. ..... 0.5. 0..1111. ....
II N. Moln FR MM4.IS McOonlol Furnlturo Co .S ANogses
ron/ll./ro5.
Joss M. 54106 ,......
: I
III pr "'. per diy ecrei rollln5' I.... w11S hoot SMALL furnllhod I IR homo HIcountry h.m. 5,. 51 17.415 II 3761571P05 Oolnoivmo' Shopping" Con.... Warehouse
Sill N. Mlln II Fh I71-43JI N of TowiMenilel pav.4 .. 510. ,.. Mltlno. Air" condlllonodhMt I MADE EASY
MUST SELL mochhwMl ANTIQUING
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III. me MM per Sly 10.001 11. 110,1 3622 BEACH BLVD.JACKSONVILLE .
W. M. Munroo RilllorAIM. ireeI tirporl, tilL Clll FRMM 5- bu11dS" W. 421110. "VI.105.Prim 555p. ......... couch. SMl I .*ttiMM I Merlin .......,*! "...,..1.1 color. ADVERTISE IX THE
: tit ...' 110. .. UN per. Say I. I. McLougtilln Front 11 acres w of town on liVId re1SMOe. Of FR 4-0717 C. H "' 19 oocfii colloo f.b''" line, kin now it Clock Herdwin FLA.
Ruby, Roy McConn T. C. DougI Appr. m ecnf beoutltul Tell IS NICIne PR 5-2145 r : ,. & m Sill night I...... Ui t conochiln 1414 W. Unlv A... Dill" 359-2561
p 555p.,0'6. Mil per. leyIN 'II. J,. _rolling, lend many huge ....... ) bodroom, everything' fumlih.od ....ou,. u ooch, ttt-sat Prentlc SERVICE DIRECTORY Ooen. dolly 5.0. '.1. I.4, ...... I"
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IJIIO 5151. 110'0' 553 ..... 01MOELLERi! I. Ave NW ind A.... Aol 1 Snortwilklrtg
ION NW Hit Orlvi off :join Avo FR 44471SO dIll...CO to Compui boemm THE SWEETEST DEALSTHE
PLACE YOUR kllchon A dining' irll bolts
Arre form .11 In S.Me
roil
E BLACK ACRES with 1351,5, In "..coo (ellntmont end living rm.. Fft MOM

SUN RENTAL Clonn I kidrioml, t both homo houee one pump Clll ofter I I IR with iloiplna porch, kllchonoaulpood.
SIMS down Incl ckNlng coil ondIOPMI I pm.. FR I.JJt. fnvmclloto' eceuponcyenl .
WANT ADSIS ll 3t mon. me!. ti>oi 4 se >na PI. Ui por .....
Unuronc. 257 ...,..
Rldgwiy. Conitructlon' ACRES Ftwio 171-IIfl out for
OT 1484 or g."m. KIM er, otlor I M FM flti"UNFURNISHID .
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NW of Oolnewltle' Flontd
plow, en 131 ocm M e e 11 I kodroem duplex FINEST CARS' THE FAIREST TRADES

H.u... IM fell McKINNEYGREEN' 174 Bonk for wllh S ennuol moro posers peymenli lie. of soles SV ...,I"on'Coll. 376-7 115 por 466.month.

In woodi. Pretty homeille "" .
5. IW CCI I I* Home M 4 Acrilh id NIN only siol per. oc,.. For ... THRU bedroom duplo opt
h 0 !S ego ..i Hole rood '". II ...... NSALTONS II lection. 4 miiee out .
University Realty .... PR) 1 IMS. -
.5ram Oc. end M Kiln. trimOvllli .}lSlItr.
.5 Owner mull '.II. being Ills N. Moln II. Fh. 17J-4JII FREE FREEA
oo trlntfirn tit.KM, tirml Cill PRICED RIGHT W Munrno, Rioltar, ___ 41 HOMO for tint fun
i, ..t M. Mill Ml.1111 diyll ..It, Three bedreemi ileeolnf, perch. -- I
a4055.. Ml 1447. llvi 0._. Flo. living room ....,... dining RANCH 600 Acres fU LY fURN'SHED' 4 II bou"
nom kitchen, I ...n.. ......
== comemoly tltrn''''... IIKtng re.frlgireler 1. 51155 0......."' ps5roFon555 by...0.5011..,.dryr LIPS. L.M...NWI6,,,,,,,''rod.TV.w. A LARGE BOX I LARGE BOX
YOU ASKED 545015 1 5411141510 5301an
end conk Itove llngll' Ac,5 till per. "'.. PI* .....$.

;;:= FOR IT T hint: .Prlio'lerge IH front,MS porch. I7M .down'Lei ", .U" 1 I*. houie tar rent locolod onArcrur SATIN SATIN
pivmont Silllrl will tiki dock GLADYS SMITH Atal'o Rd PertMt for thoM who
;: $65 MO. _.It tar ..,..... C..OIIIo I Ills w. U.lvtrl'' prilor ertvocy' fhone FR .|.7. Y
: per Loll mtoriet. eeyiMe SI44 Mgor PINS PORIST I IS. 2 baths. i 5
5 -:2& 3 BEDROOMS Me 1'8 l pill Prepiynioittmorhjigo 20 Beautiful Acres 004,05 SIr 1 k5/1M. Son CHOCOLATES CHOCOLATESWITH
w theut pinilly Wltll- 55 Ml ..., N Oily. AMU5 Krosw00d1ed poll. Ivll''n' ."e..... A15s50'
?* .. OlrogH 4 Corporh M wo king' dlilonce. of echoel one; 5501 .1050 ".... 'IIIIf. .5011 5110 "'". JI..BI". WITH EACH CAR PURCHASED .
-= Plllliro/ Wllll/ ve-lowe Iterel Cell FR .)>'7. 51ohww' ,....._. 00117 17.00t EACH CAR PURCHASED
Rennld' f.b/nlft/ Se 5040$ Sill 41 Misses to lent Unf.m
:::r Built in kiicnoni J. J. FINlEY Ale SiSoil. WED. THRU SAT.
""_ Torroin lloorilim Ju.t en .Moil homo lor gdltlon lamp .. 503 5NNe I" """TDIH roan ....... WED. THRU SAT.
viniiKi 1aolly' who 05045 MIS N C. L. Aesle ..,.. U"Itu'n., III ..... Inoulro" for
r- All city vllllIlM' 1 1 I o5., pls. 1105. ch = II. J An51.. ANNIlco, MIL Fronk WignorlnMclnlolhI.AROI .
=- 5105w51ko' ,". .....11' ....,.. w''ln' I 4
5115./Mocks. it- 115 55554105 NI5.05.5/ 55.4.5 IIfTO' 41 C:. ,... P..,.,., I ..... from chopping conlor ALL MAKES af T ALL MODELS
811,250-$12,550 '. pqly It III ..c.II.... can 4 vkh Sidney' lenlor School FR
... -Jill..... our "DouMo Vow FrlCon ,.. 5115. 7.- MOV' '" 11.51 I
Mal, lock' _." bo FHA flnmcoa W'''' Ise IIeea. Mdr.lr5. 0 5555.Mil. GOOD ""GH'O HOOo. ckne toKliooM.
I 5550 pW,544 LII v. 11101V50 .. Li 5aa5 Pw015,5. INN. I 'R. I Mth CCI wllhcereort

-x$100 CASH VA you buy MI. t.:: PR rr50.rryr I.7l11. bo I. s 55 N.. I5M Tarr.Mocw JI"Mn. 501155,5dw 555..In-35H.. fonudl ,.... lit Nl OHFOUOYCI I TREMENDOUS PRICE REDUCTIONS

FROM ...'. .IIIS 1115 Mh III I. _. IN
CASH FHA ASSOCIATESJ _. ...
I 3395 InoM y. 112 ,5. 555ms.
Fnd Our J.,... (urMrworlhol FO* IAI | ......
J. W. Oovll M J. WlltnilmulliPO I 1 t _,_.. SI I4n W I ......
Call JI.
: 81

H HUGH liningII 751 AIM S.homoi.. pyn.a5s 551.1. 100/U1 p.wwaa.SasfM N 1M. ..tit 1,"1,....,..11.1 5115......u... 04001.54. '64 OLDSMOBILEZ orti '62 OLDSMOBILE white: '61 CHEVROLET Imp;::$:

err EDWARDS tool I.t.,. W.nto bum' on your lit 4 AISOCIATIt INC. Factory air conditioned cruise with blue Interior. Good
with no down poymont. PH.p RIALTOR4W coup $1AOC lido II. Factory air-conditioning and

= INC. FAOM WANTIO II to 101 ocrM pa 51111ADVSSTISS Untv V4IIMMM control automatic aye, power windowi looking . . 177.) pow.,. Compare price with $
JET.* 2909 NE 15th St. wllb/ 5 without ........ WIM11 '. IS iiw. SSCTION ='Tii; N5r51S and ,..t. Loaded with d.luxe' Ju. | JQCCui
IN Tate .
"lot 0 0..11'' ea 115.
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_3767971fTUute 1I'J7 5 writ. 0' NW a5._..... SSNVICN D' 'CTOn'I 110.. CIU15 N 55.1. 5.n/.. 50/10515 foaturai. Bucket Stati. Sold and sera 4.door Impala

511111,0' 00150. 110 NW Il1n A00. Iced by I fir G. 100% warranty. List 62 METEOR Cur V. 60 CHEVROLET
311 I41?. ,.. ..
141 now ever $5.'0X( 5 % GMAC financing trans
InWitt radio heater eutomatictranimiiiion. Ytllow. y.. Automatic
NW llh II S IR home coupt. .

SERVICES ....Peru. er will SIM' rent eewn for ond gtS pormu. S7Ipor NADA look $3995 . . $1395 "'illi II. Power ttttnng. 4 $1295

I Phone FRJ ...... Ml JO new tirti. . .

1 OR ...... M NW _,.,. Roll

L Home And BusinessRoofing II 1714504.UNPUNNISNro MII .1017 Ins NW_I.751 0 Aoe 155515 5 Sown.5n51o all. '63 OLDSMOBILE Issue o: '62 FALCON AUtO.o s 1195 WOOIl. '61 DODGE .t;'i::rWIg:.:'.:t::


I b05a.w coupe. Factory air-conditionid fully matic tranimiiiion. Beautiful white and $

M L.... ....., ,. Mo''... tquippid tremendous ptrformanca. 1 195
Plw blut./ . . . . I I
lulldo.lnlIM" Phone 412-2R9I White with dashing red bucket .cote. '

Sold and itrvicad B ft G. 27,450 62 CROWN IMPERIAL
by '
HOMI FOR HINT I IR livingponhoo
...,_. sonr. 5105 61 RAMBLER TSSwith
;: track. !. fiN ",. "dm.Ml. risk. 'II C L. HARRELL r.100. 511105, loll e*1555.ckMOt 5110.00.looco g.i ", il... Local anti-ownor $3095 hardtop udon. Factory air-condition

w- Phone inn Per ell your Centrocior rooting nudg end. re log to 13th.,............ Inoulro' .el 194Nl LI.t.dllw far (5.217 ing, cruise control bucket laaN. Powtrtorqua automatic $995

...',. CM M 5nystms.r luxury comfort $ transmission. . .
MoI'tJo".lro", AQQCMTingi.
61715 TM50 b55reeM M II" In tan Sedan de
e.: pNA 0051,01 IIW ......... ills ,. ,. 63 CADILLAC .Fo : . Z07J
/ 0'11,51. 17x40 '
MORTOAOI MOSSY Uphol.te"U'HOUTU
-- 1100 051$54 II..yooro.IUY. -. sbM MNn5 TaM II 4t Rewejg ft* lent tory air-conditionad. Equipped for your 60 MERCURY ,?otpr.9;:

1..15 SAILS -. RIPINAW ........... Nrn150.515 I motoring plaaiur Beautiful condilion. '61 CADILLAC1" sedan, 0... Factoryaircondrtion$1AAr
..1.4.1r c.. CN Sian 131 eowniliOwlherm r5 car..,. air.
r-k otr mo.
.. Don IveI Ph37'.}ITS PR 6715. 611.5. 1515 SW.: iMotirboil -. 5w I... 0"... n... Low milaagt. Llittdn Factory In,. . . . | U7 J
INS TOPGouge ......... "' .",... C4N 1ft .w, about $6 700. $ conditioning I fully .qU'1 d. truly I
!: "HA .... N 4105m.n1 gore of city Ml Nl lid 5.. 4395 fine car. Compare thii. $OCACprlci. station
p010. T.toN DoorsMioMelion 0415475. INT'ANt' lolh.ro.lARCf NOW . 59 PLYMOUTH
n..... "WIN giodty wocmo ot M AJ7J $
............. Cs11' _roe. 5.4550.5. a55,0515....-50510051m5 5,04.IoM Catalina 595
I 5,555515
essoss coos "ICI..lIf '
I. w. $155061555." 55. 0605.514PSUD 0045555N.55A5 .. l reeolre. Novmg gor.oee b15/. 60115 d 'Me U" 555 64 PONTIAC bears. wagon.
o doer IroukMit CM Wore 751 55. tap

I *. A NOL. I A M. or oner 4 :. Anytimeiok w"o room tor workingmen Air-conditianad. Wide track perform61 OLDSMOBILE r;:;: '53 PLYMOUTH station
f : RIAllOUFNA.AIO ondi. e. COP. W.Nw5134; omico. wePhono
CONVINtlONALM 2151 tow 151 Soo 7711511 II .tww- 414 55 ..... A... ."ct. 100% warranty. $3095 ,". Compact aconamy dopandabtlity $

I LOANS :in-liis o.. I/I.IMI 3% GMAC f.ninclnfFalrlana. . . / )
Glen 'I", 'W. U"'''. AV,. I'M. 1717415P. CONSTRUCTION and ,..+.ct $1395W.IO
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N. A. S C_. loon / 500 s.d.. ptrtormanca. .
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0500. ..........,... ...."...... II"S "ASSOCIAIUL IOU 'NC. IOW N. PAOI n V4JPIINIW PRESTIGE.OFFICE 63 FORD Factory air conditioned ;S6VOLKSWAGON,350
5.s 5553.. 5 .,...... Aes < VH Unw M.IMDrinking MOMII ArOITIONIRIMOOIllNa .
V-8 automatic trtnsmisilon. G-tai.. IIdeli. Foe-
yen t5 ,
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131 N W 551 S01 als5..me.CQ / Wet rCRVITAL ...I---- A I.' t $1795 tory air conditioning. '58 Air

BUILDING cer. power ittaring. Y-'. At imaoth CHEVROLET Jf

Aute Equipment tloor Awls wohx okorw TELEVISION running ei you would want automatic/ tranimiiiion. Rt- )nnr

I = a.d 5,5.,5 SM. PICTOSI TOSS 5.554 Slat 55on ...,It.. I. *M* ok. Ilk. 91 ..dill. I SlQQC ductd.
....D..UI' I'C" ......, 55 !Ills 15.15 50 *, car. Iftcoupa.
............' Rooolr km fot Mopnail. SDrlnps W...., 1555 p55 115 50 550,11 0550015s. WiN 4..1(.) ...... _.. 62 OLDSMOBILE
Cap1s F.ct.ry
"' .'_" I.$. "..".,., oumoilof 151 1 Y55 ..'- -. r. Nil ,... Clots I.. Fact-
-.< Wo' or Nv rlu o Jorlor 5114 RNWWOSSo TV 5 Sw..551 eir-condttioned. Crune central station 55 CADILLAC
lorvlro : .... 541,55.1 IRAKIt. 'H' "U"V SIOSSe5 ._. ..P s.adlt155.d. power 61 FALCON W'IOII. .Ir.
HOVIC* S IIIPFLT. 1114 I. R.Mnedeling IM Ave s.....1.... slob .onollng. wmJowt clean sharp Stick, conditiontd. Hack hero
Mom >R M., 4 Tits .INS_ II two onaa0 ,...,....... .aod1.. lsd.r.Nfl bitten deduced $IOc., C.II$2295 ,hi.ft. 995 $ |
Ift" 5. rtductd.
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.. 415505.0 Por froo ._... 4> guoronwoiont > AoL IW w5551 sod 5.1 ell o. dW p.tM.. rorrfollfc B & G MOTOR
5561005 NN w.0k. ll>i" Cert C. ........ FRII ISTIMATII.lepaln CO.CADILLAC.OLDSMOBILE
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PAINTING! CALL FR '-2411or.

E Sewing. MechiM R.f..ln GMAC FINANCING VALUE RATED USED CARS
0ItI"1.I" MOtlL' 505 FR 2.5940

BALL--5510/N0 MACHISS" M" Modern Painting _05 550515 54 05045e.URVCUA4 5.5045* 2201 N.W. 13th St.CLOSED ON THE
dice (O. 411. w. UMvoron .e* Me boil go n-ilirni lpeiXng 5k5e All 51 5wi..S.Soows ANYTIME SABBATHFR 6-7515
"\v. $251355. .. toour ol Sw5 II... Roottag.Ho MnSS Hass 550ar Sara
il .... -. -- M Mo kg 01 _OIL .,.-.,.. Solo. s1SUI

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Friday, November 13 1964 Gainesville Sun
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66 MM. For SoltChtlri .....
72 Office Iquipmtnt) 14 AUTOMOIILI REPAIRS IS Automobilrt for Sl. II AuMinibilff for Suit I 14-Forolgri 6 Sportt C.,. -- -- -- -

Uv"IJNGI. lOW M UP"OI W. No IU1 I IiMINOTON lllet"c 11'11... "M,1.1 III I SONl .... Pllnllng I IY ORIOINAC. OwnorWUo L... 170 1'61 10 40, IPII v.. iUNROOF. GOOO CON.DITIO $($-Forolgr./ 0. Sport C.,.
low .. monoy 044 U90.,17.0 17..04). 555. fjttv foov mr* ond Irut, Trick Tompott 4-door oodm > 'MPA.': ., 00.956: = TROPICAL PONTIAC
down ) IIODIO CALL 7063
01 3743171It MGI
... por month Gold 0000)11.) CaN m-ana ...1.) ..... A. ......._ = .. or 11111 *0.90 11010110 .
P llmilh fickup ond do 1 PM a4) xort Mr) Iko Now Low M)ktogoL .C.llk 1..373 5117. MAY SUE 0114. AT 51. HI'I11TH 50,404. 100h lit Pooh.. .-. 1/0
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0479101. All .11411 ....... it HmUNorno Rl $70 ......Ium WW AllLMtnorolht '*. CHEVROLET..... Wlkgoovtrlood 1 AVE. at 1.M W. U.... Ay. or oil' So GAINESVILLE'S QUALITY

Pt4n0 1I.77M.lIT'1 7} Musical M41..dI1. IS AII"..... jl.. for $. I CoMHIonod, liyorlor.....,HMltr Poctory, lea.nemlcol Air. food.iprngi. IS, OM trllltr E. R. Logon Me.tooki ,. 'a PORSCHE lilt auoor _... 09.1. PR 4143. IoDN DEALER.
'.. TRADE . city -
fcit A-I ronum WASHERS, z 'AT C0rM'$ .ary e ooI. 5.. FORb- P1114 3110.44 510105 14 ".M.. II" on 301 Mv>y. ....."" mdltd VW. II ll, WO. 00,0 'onIl"... au Iii 1I1n) $'. CrOll Country wo
D'YUs' ___ .
FREE0E15. 11114 < no*M food cm lull GOOD $141 .".... Jon. .line*. 777.1741UNOEIEVAIII _c iLPRmii, 61 RAMBLER
GIUIOU t OISHWASHER1 4WJ237WE III37405I4 U IMPALA" super iptri; O; Oft, 4 door1 ..utmOlc
TrMojrour llr condlllonort, gum i ] BUICK RIvlK. roily toirippidknludlng lollop, 113 PoworgldO' ..... IT Avromokildt Wonfod1I
or N.. hivo you: f UV AND SELL MUSICAL KVIttumontt. 'Its STARCHIEP Pmlloc; roctonf AC. Lko Mw. WW. tronimission, radio
A I HANDYMAN" SHOP PR .ml Complott. Eind Imlru.mmt or PS. PE. AT. MODt ml. T0mult only' ..,.. m"In U !0* t 0 nMoviiiibio tall 17$ 61 VOLKSWAC. [NCIMK h..ter $895
I ropoir mop.DERDA va.".* ovo*. oni,I y l'On "M N IN1.D. 7 V l4 .".. ,
WE buy 1.. nwaoTm. on to '0'" MS MMm : .
WANIJO 1954 CHEVY, dr I CHwrftttt At M_ ..
11- yorv <"MO. .
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MUSIC COWAITRESSES oiior s 21700.
1104040000$ H'tIt' I m N. M" 11I-1 -ol EUICK" SPECIAL 4:Doer; :- I 'w PONruc 0114)001), 114).) bit) $1 U5 Call l'b-SL'9' 1131'/ .VOLM ( lKSWACHN' .111.1..0. I 0".P :.1 *. I"ttan tit M wit |t 59 CHEVROLET SrKSJgcr :

VVILSON"S"EXCHANGE I CLASS 11 "Ion .0100 I 01710. I I ... 11)05 .,,,n. 1.1C01MIl4 U 4 Or .vdt' Olds ",. Fl.: WANTEDr5 *
111 II. lit SuM Phono PR 1447'NAND pood Mlory ..410Wa04,1 .41 COMET 5.0.00.1110 .11'' 0101.. C.7Fl foctory Olr cond. Ondttworronty 107o77 u tm MPM IP 'IRC, lac .1 .euromotic transmission radio /LQC
NEW" condlHm II 4S. Eporlonco 770117 1 1.127.- )'or' PM, Will /'n..... ..'J 'II 17131It.,1PM I 1100.0'l' II i.i.Phorw I ; i :-: ( hooter V-8 0/J
In !- wir cor dihoning
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silo ,, IM4 IUICK I Ads. fR
btdl SKYLARK
ond .h. SJ!n. rCIHwri .... COMPACT Dodge DnHTiKtOf I
001 11,1W U. 0N .0o4.
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V9 rockori $404WILLIAM MILES OP C... V.... Muo onllrtl. ) door ndan automafii
PACTORY NEAT AS A PIN
U ... HARMON KAROON AJOO- P3. A' WW PI, I Iond I AWt. .. .. 58 BUICK
dlxounti WARRANTY .
? LEPT MAN toll I ., ...,... 14 PONTIAC 411.04'1 Iran. tronimlnlen
lEttV'CI' CENTER mpmior. I .yr. wd. Prlto S50. an J'" ollor 1PM.M l bol" olhtr 57.71 ACTUAL ", ,,h. N._ I pow"It.ering.
$41100.0 lid. J72.JIIT.V Call 411 5I onyllmoMERRILL i RAMtLER-AmorlCM oogor. ownor"PnonojrmTl"'::: ; l0IM 0,5 ".... 1115. 114 HI 4 A... Vi- ( ( power brokes, radio, heater, eittondltioning

411144, 13 Nn1114. 1. icon t. $T. Nt* 11,... bolltry iI 1100 excellentcondition

*.0514 VwM$4101,,.It IIJOI NO iwrpoiom tm A.117.. Ciii)UPRIGHT'far tn"Intonnotlon.SPtNET m>. Nnnorr PIANO. E lltn
SINGER MON2A 'ISond ond I". row tlM knwr thin .
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.1.. .111 .1.101141 1107 Inarter Hi fought from and 17.1c 90 RENAULT Douph'no. i 0 AE .P1JY
AUTO ZIG ZAG .--.. yowl 171.1 Mllto' convortlblo Mo Low 0 001E O Motor Cell :m- ton OOORt ickup _ckmlloog 'OW ; Tropical
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RNu4I 0. ...... P4M m loopo, food COM tion. ltd OM- 4111INI '
1.01144 oed -...t.GDiDLIV "*99001)041.51) 110., ..ltn taw II '" 74404774119074. USED 'CARS'SIG. / "
1441. 0104' N. ."acn1919N 4).16 MUSIC CO. ...... $_fa. May bo oton ki RAMfllR Amboutdor 4 01, I, Mo CORVITTI a.....-:-1.11 :- "
.0 P07.04 WIM, goad ,lM0 0/,0701., _./". Cl4 Olllo Sun porklnf, M ( to Iond 1174 NE "h SI. Aol. CFII15m..ar ...,... trMt. 31601 t with rod '
al .7041.of $74 aI $01116 W91t1 JI"V or 0y C4)MbInc. an-sm_ 1101 SoturdtyCONVERTIBLE Prm PA. Imot. Phono PR .-_. IM torJohn. 'M lti'JT. ; Pontiac :

.y. D.7. O.In, .Ivllo.' I. .....tLIMCERLANO.... DRUMS "' IEIVEDESE PLYMOUTH -SUICK- CONVERTIBLE' :,"""":, ,
.. evmboii hot. .... II :
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,,tfXrt on* ....... UNloro tirn. PS. PB. DIM ISfi. CoatJWMM. )) ovcollont' eond Mutt..loo FOR TIME :ORREr )!! }('f ;. ltll .
REPOSSESSED Zg 2>g Siwlitf' CALL 575-70)3. !i riiko CHI irtfu ortir S P. I 1.i GMC Truck Center
MocAIno, 0..,.., irnktt tuttonntloo "" fM._ __ TIME. "J; flt. I. .
mn on bu".... ond NEW, AND USED PIANOS mPOSSfsSIONS POP SALT . Gt ,; 141." 220 NW 8th A,.. FR 1.158tBE
blind h...... ite I poymmti olSI 7 y 04. you buy Our __ ). :
lot.PI
$1016.07. PficM 196' DODGE PN40' FR 2.1411 .
It millvt
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51 G..n C>or o Lop M RomWor 4 door notion I
...In. MKh no Cf. Phono 374. I",. ..*.*,., KC d Or. "'. A.'. h/0.. ._. 4 ot, itMord trono.miWMn ,
431*. iinovlln' -'.Muilc.on CtnMr* PS. P* $14. ..col'''''' .._aort. Coups Ot
1M1 RAMtLE AMIR
DUO-THERM ftoottr with Moiwrnd '1021 w. umv. A o.I7H4JI ICAN 4 Or. Auto Ironl., Not $790.MELTON. U.i.onty Ckonolot
.'.. connocllont.n\ HlVI2M * $1. PIANOS coil too mucn < Mil RDtwltt Ml FORD 6ALAXIE) SW MOTORS :
in tta frown tor olrtct, I ra mMctery t D,. 4 cl. outi., Mm. MS.ItTnno I FIRST in
neighborhood
WELL lops corptli bow tho rooulll prlcn, HT.O ovtr 5054Plan. an. con bo MM M III lit N. MAIN' IT. PE 0-701 your
) ol rogulor) Eluo' Luitro OMtclMnlnf PR t-tlli. Wrrro P. 0. N MtlnSl CNI mil
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II... olottrle" ihimpooir fo. 7tt 0._.'"'' NO STORAGE ROOM Will wo BARKLEYMOTORS
II. McDonloll' '.,nll... Cl, rlflco' 'Jt Modrt A. I WM0/1.
rColim.lllo srmpplng' C...... WilL_".trtniltr of tour to oplnot rMdontlbll or oomokiP pally _... rvmbio. _'. portloiiy' ... POOLE.CABLEMOTORS
LATI med.I, ,anol. Pktt up ptymoMI Wwr itorod Alto IS _... molorcvcto
d'' 004504' 70111077.501y TV .0701101 Tllitr Splnot flino, Ir.... ...... '101 cc. Tom Eownon n to GET THE FACTS'a!
r'SSI. :' NE 1171 r: _. 402$ Wurllhor OrfM olDloound 1111. "'N TNI AUTO G"MI- 1
"..no ,. ..,,,,. 4 motion. pIeS up pvmontt. til WILLYS RUNS GOOD. DODCI.DART IAXKLIYS THI NAMf
,....
wo hovo f ) tfj tit HUNTING CAR. "'.. HONE
MOM IALE MAKE OPPER ANV I I"1+ dour IARI' PIANO CO., TRUCKS 2201 N. Moln St. .
OR ALL. Turnabout 00,0. JowltollKop 701 W *711., _Av.1a'JO!_. 3761312. N"'I FR 2-4)7
with pod (50.SO). Oil. Out" Cad It" SI III Art. JTJO4S
bort mlcrwcopo '" poor .,,1It CLOSE, 04 im M Splflot. Pkonoo Mac 57 ___ ___. __ __.
Cholco' of tlnloA Hondo ftood COM itan, Mil I -
Allm' .". ,,. pup tint. Pllpond ... I Wllnut Mlhooilnylllllon. I Vt-JtH 3IM NW tm StM Why Chrysler's Lowest-Priced Car
goggloi 4 band Miort wivorodlo f 0,911011170' GAINESVILLEAUTO
{M ,Ktclil). AM ....., IIS S E. Pint Stroot PORO S BOO Value Rated
10001 K") ... Good 0091191111044110.105.C191.c1 SALES
W"Ill 0.10111 bow I 11)1) 5190101045M4IO40. it the fastest growing in the U.S.A. r1
car
77701 44.01 3" b4)Mw 101111 .011 bI4 ': HammondOrans 4740121 Us.d Cars 1007 N. Mtln St.Ph. .

i 'o) DOOOE V.. UotlMi' ;-wogon:-M.oltor ... r* 2. lot :4194. ".. "Go l oo)04)" B&G MOTOR CO.
69 Fy 4. Oil 6' Wo.*!. IIndtrMrnxkint
5)0 10,44 0114 ......n'W. 1lGf.
4 ..M. coll S74OOH.OLDSMOIiLE CldMlil Ol"imobild2C01 toGfOHt '
I STANDARD
OAK. HICKORV, KINDLING' "THE ""
NW tlth S,. Ctllor
PINE AND COAL. OF COMPARISON' ItM.: PE. AT, 0444, I -
.0,0 _It'on.' 134. CNI11 .
Phone FR 2 3502. .G
Tin one ind only Hetnond OrgmMoro .
Alto JJO PM .11 PR
900 .1 1 :
Himmond Or) ni wld !
70 Batt -M.riM t.ul(,. thin oil Kukri .....lintel. Tno 1 1 ,
only o fin thit ntwtr rmulrtituning ) 1f60 4-DR II OlDSMOEILE.' PI.PS. .
: Tnt Mommond Or| nll oulo. tromm,...... KHCtllont
I41 Crli Crttt boll. :M HP jonmonmotor 14). p.._. of ....).., condition' Eoit _". Clll 171 WE 1000 :
tnillr, ttli ond ropn. All 0171 .10.. :
Schooli Nom 5 and Ino Pton>ollonilit >
In P14.771.nod ......)",. Print n ttil. Proo ktMonl for thf b. 01 RAMILER ClontC .4/, 1H. i1 FULL S YEAR 071l.IIP41.i------
nna' ISO 0,1)0 It p0090, .'_ 'onlnf. ond 4OI6 tronoml -
IS FT, Iywood) ba.1 wllh dnno Ernie Tartler Rep. ",.).Ian. H "'... old' and II.... Chryilor Guorontto Q ,__..,,_ .
,.171.1' $10017 114071,1' "hHl.lnet ) SHOO) I7KS4I I AM I PMIM4 & VANS .
1M.. ly",1Io 19014. All Aton Music CoAutomotive ...
RANO PRIX Sunllro .
101 6071111101 1101 fat 9.. C.. ...... .
.ct JoIn Hlrt'.V' .rIh 1 P'I 013 $4. 1 A.. P11.001744410 now r'co locrltlco II I1VS.TroM ONLY 1595 ;
oaratod "
514 hl..y 1 H..... 716 C.IINyll16' cm m UN, ,.llnonclnf orronfd

1> hot Glmrrom. llbrrgm bodHHVV i." OUND P1150 PONTIAC $ AIf $.OO.W..ALIIe 8BSS8.fa
duty dump trllltr. N
) Ia117 00)70 fully NNlpp/ol' 6115Mr Tils DELIVERED
HP Mtrcury motor Itonrlng) omleonlnl ;
11..11. FII II" Unl.1y
', b.'..., ind tm lourpropi C'IV' 1194.P44 .
4 Hit pocliiti 1 ml' b.,.
roll, llilt' and M, ropn *nd fg 14 AUTOMOSILt IIPAIRJHtvo ( PLYMOUTH Hoa ItrllgMnmTor
.i unm. now JTI "' .. "1<11. row nw'OI. Oxlro / -
6410. MM. Ciil PR t-mi .HITItU
72 0160. Equipment your corWINTERIZED NOW IPM, Hawes-Powers Motor Co. I ISimca MAILTHISCGUPGNU I

I In 110 9l9le. 104)04..7.. POLO GALA )II SM SIKH.Icyl .

No* ll tno tlmo' It rfl.r your I AWES POWERS MOTa' CO.20d AT, ww. R1H 4doonMcillont THAN 0 I wouM 1,1.. oul Iroo oookm .
ORDINARY r
CHRIJtWASCAROIpUIn N. MOM' It. eondlllon I'o-nil PICK-UP* *> VANS Chr .riol and Valiant
or ImorlntmJ. $..,Ind 3722341WE Y SALES SERVICE thl now INCAS,
I
,1110 CHEVROLET .. ..... 1.111 and
... .
n or illki.) lf tenon it 9471. "),". l.c.'V .1.... TROPICAL PONTIAC a I would" Ilkf toot irl...
PARKEI'fConpl.t.. I h.-lot Ma';;;;;; 411$ 000'''', W Will Not Be Undersold or Out.TraJed .
Ollict OuNlttin
Ml W Unlv Avo JJt ttli I IUSID Ion day Motor....,..Corporation. Phono .22 Jl(SIt Irk. OnO CALL 37"'Of7 G.M.C. Track C nt r 1 OPEN EVENINGS I NAMIAODRISS

TYPEWRITER. ELI C. 'uci Motorl ,liteMl 1013 CHRYSLER Nowport hO' -
CALCUATOR. IlrC. CASH I. "' ..noli. SI. too MOM ml,. All into ola. r 220N.W.IrhAv.. 204 N. MAIN ST. PH. FR 2.2561 TOWN PHONE,
nOIlT" '0" SALE CALL Oc.tlIporti oar In Ir.... C'II .n.20tI .lIar
P14-4104, Cir Silol) t Strvltt) _!_PM.
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372-3005. I / OFF 372-3005












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OPEN 'TIL 9 P.M. ONE WEEK ONLY






57 RENAULT '57 MERCURY '60 CORVAIR '60 FALCON '60 RAMBLER



4.>f.. lUck,. HiororWoi$49S S/.d.S W.e 0..1t trMrrld trm 1-1 lull. 2-D..'; 9-.pa./. ..111. ". J kootor 1011.1.11.144).141..., ptollo .d I I dlrlyfj Itollor ....., M..d ..4 ...for, _9010 J




Now ; $242 W.$297 W.$497 W.$491 W.Now T$S91] :







THESE REMAINING VSED CARS SPECIALLY PRICED DIKING SALE


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a[ BANK RATES AS VMiJ4J I.1VANi:1 PER; MONTH




'61 BUICK '.3 RAMBLER '60 RAMBLER '61 VOLKSWAGEN '63 FORD

4-d..r. N4i. .,,4 b4terTvteo. 4.D.., ....._tic t""III .... ..4.. $.Door. ...._tIc tr4Ew1EE1.w. .4ie ."'0 .,,4 ,,""r G.L" 500. 2.4.., herdjreo, .1,. <."te,

Spatial, h .,,4..t..I', eltra .Jt. h..e17 AfrH ,....

$1095' $1645 WAS J1075 $895 WAIJ0H'5' $995 ....ri..,. S netr tirei 350

WAS .Un NOW HOW NOW NpW WAUI/S:; NOW .

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'60CHEVROLIT 1 '64 MC '$9 CHEVROLET 61 RAMBLER '51 CHEVJtOLIT

J I 2-Door oWdjH, kttter ..D..r 'c,.....,. fcctltf p.. ..4 1344.., 4cIMrter ..,.. tlic.W .


e WAiJI S $1495 .J *6954Def j $845 w.s $695

HOW HOW NOW "''OW




U BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN .



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'60 STUDEBAKER '55 CHEVROLET '62 RAMBLER '&J ..AMILla'I I 'VOLKSWAGEN

.-tic [freiHmJEJ/ I 4-Doer. ......ic .......I i .... 1-trboto ..t.lt.., .............. "4ie St.,... ...t". ......, .......... .....'
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NOW 575 1 w. HOw $32' W HUJ NOW $995 WAS HOw $995 W SS'i' $ NOW $H95IDGWAY







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iO Gainesville, Sun Friday, November 13, 1964 _u __ .
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UNIVERSITY
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= BARKLEY
r' ;.:= MORE SMITTY SEZ: ,

r i ':_:- "We hove I. CHEVROLET

\ t : AUTOMOBILES MOTORS just received
I 711/ 9 beautiful
1 :: executive cars,
The sales department f.llihort by 10 low mileagemost

if ON PRECEDING cars lost week. Mr. "B" is back from under
'- 4000 miles.Balance .
his car buying 'trip and h. says either of

:.::' the cars go or the salesmen go. The 50,000 new mile car cunI

I ::: PACE salesmen want to keep their jobs soth.y' warranty. These

,.taking any and all deals. For the cars been have tagged.Save not.

best cars,the best deals,the best prices, hundredsof
= I
its the number on. dealer in north cen. dollars.

.:::. COWFIITIAuroMoial tral Florida BARKLEY MOTORS 2201N. Coma in now. I
I ,

... -_-_ lilT ANYWHIIIISOUTHIRN.'eepoieuel.llry, Uwd MICH' ttrt Main 62 Chevy St. 62 Fairlone '63 CORVAIR Radio 700 4-door and ,$'4-'PIl5. ,

AUTOs .I.AI, 1 4or 5.400..,... .100.. UM. .,.,. vim. r.dl.rulla heater. SHARP . . . PRICES !
>> s.r4Hf .00.r 5t5.rlM. 1 (55
{{ N Ml 4 tt ...,..... t,......'..Ion. h
intinJEEPS he.,... 1 0111 nlae5. $1295 ,63 CHEVY IMPALA 4- ::. POW.er :

$1595 at""" ,. automatic transmission $1995 1
.
I 64 Buick radra and heater. 13.000 milei.l

61 Ch.vy L.5.br. Millen wagon, ,1 4-doar Italian wagon. Heat. rON
,
: .1001. 5.100.. I" Air 455. 5.4.5' .. Incl.4Wy IIIce114111MIn. 63 BUICK t;. REAL -

$3750 SHARP . . 1695
: '62 Willys i -$1295 4door. Power it er- EVERY USED CAR IN STOCK!
'
ickup, 4 wheel drive 63 NEWPORT In,.power brakes,
... f I 64 Olds 62 Comet radio end heater automatic tram- $ OQCmiuio
:60 FC 150 .!4555 seer 55.1.hales.. MW 545l1514'''',''. I..oor.........,.... U. 1.551 *. NICE . . 1 7 Jr
......
.d I4clUdln.' .Ir
4 wheel drive I4Nl.. $1295 'r 2-d8or v-200 A"'' 104,000
I, .: $3895 63 VALIANT mot.e transmission, InventoryDISCOUNTED
radio and haatir. I
I 60 Jeep 6 t ch.Yy NICE . . $1445
station 4 62 Rambler
wagon soy 55..11 ss vaw.0en.
whlll drive ..deer....4554, ,% 4door. Power steer-
IIr c5551tlmd. .... $1195 62 NEWPORT
lag. power brakes I
$1595 radio and heater automatic tram-
1 58 Jeeppick 62 Rambler minion air-canditioited . .$1845

up truck 4 63 Olds .
410M lip e..Wn1.Nl5 '
wheel drivaRIDGWAY .1.w h.rdla..u. 'a 62 VALIANT .teerininghpowerardtop.brarakeske.,
fSnNle 5,00.00,..1...
: P.41. ft.5 t.,. ..ews1lt0rle. $1195 radio and heater automatic trans- $1 C
.
14w.r br.k.. minion oir-conditioned . I'oJ
I Motor Co. $2595 61 Renault $18,00000WE

.
RAMBLER JEEP I D0.4." EXECUTIVE CARS

1132 S. MAIN ST. 63.Chevy.. ......II. $495
Nev. d.OI Balance 5 50.000 warranty
,.. ., .. yr.
: FR 2-8433 none 11II.,....',.r."" 1. ,..,.

$1795 Volvo P1411.I ....,.,. '64 NEW YORKER? wagon: MUST MAKE ROOM FOR 1965 TRADE-INS
CompleteStock power steering, power brakes, radio and
$1495 heater automatic transmission THEY'LL BE POURING IN NOW"STRIKE'SOVERH
: Imp54 63,, Chevy 5-seer 5l14541 sirconditioned'MHRYSlER. . . $4895

of P-r brMN.105.00.111 05551111:"" = 61, ,.Chevy. 30top.:. rel.
"'" 5 de5 h5Me0. Power
1965 $22.95 ft.,_......'504141..,.. 11511 lu551nNI..40004.5. 1114. steering automatic. power transmission brakes, air radio end$3995 heater I !

: FORDS !! Ch.v r $1695 conditioned .
Bare.fop.
?M l 30 4-door THESE ARE JUST 14 EXAMPLES OF OUR TREMENDOUS INVENTORY
J..lu", T..,'.... M... $1195r. 62.. .Eng. Ford 64 CHRYSLER Power ,
brakes IIIdio and heater
.. .. steering power
.
knit Gal.I cit Ltd' 1960 CADILLAC
.., $1295 automatic transmission airOQOC 1953 CHEVROLET
,
f.II. FflcemlUHAW 62 Chevy conditioned . . O77J Hardtop coupe. Fully equipped
.._ IncludIngcondltlonlng.' 2-Door

ens 1.005.15.11 In/, 04.5..ewer ft.Nfott1111?: 515111'00 f =; THI I S '64* fURY 4-door steering hardtop.automatic Power Was $2195 Now$1745 Was $195 Sadan.Now35

+ transmission radio and heater.
i & $1895 WEEK'S 4100 milea. . $2895 1962 FORD 1960 FALCON
SPECIALs hardtop. Power 4-Door Golixid.
63 Mercury '64 fURY 4-door steering, automatic Fully tqulpptd Including ur-condltlonlng, 2-Door Sdm.
/ JKEETER: st ,=' 511540. II' 61 Mercury transmission radio and heater. $OOQC Was Now$1545 NoW$947
Station' w./a1 4 I,. . ZO7J $1995 Was $1095
$2895 ,..,.. ....,... W4.m I Like new. '
3238 W. University 5111 h.n.00tnlen, .
P5M 5t rl5. 500516201d *-4' hardtop. Power
... 1963 PONTIAC
= 64 fURY brakes 1964 RAMBLER4Door
5 .: nT.III1. ''Ia55r155. steering power
4-Door
All
I seer 51145.% automatic transmission radio $3195 Including Hardtop..1r-condltioninp.,th! *,Sullies Sodan.
"551.1 'nc'"nt' .U" cam S .
olrcenditionedTLA
and heater
'I'ltnl. 1195
$2495 -- 4.door Y.200. Auto: Was $3195 Now$2645 Was $1995 NoW$1675

64 VALIANT matic trammis.lion .

m 62 = radio and heater power 1958 FORD 1963 OLDSMOBILE
63 TR 4 Mercedes $2095
steering . . .
::$2295 Ilk $2695 4-Door Sdan. 98 Convtrlibl Coupe. Alr-condillonlng

'61 VALIANT 1-Joor Automatic hardtop V200.tron- Was $295 Now$135 Was $3395 Now$2942

60VW. minion, radio.and heatar. $895
63 Chevy COIIvoIIb'' 1962 OLDSMOBILE 1958

:*Pick your farorita. Ie trp lit,ia 5114.dss, fM5m1Wen......,..11F $1095 SHARPFPLYMOUTH 4-door.tatlon wag.on. Super 18 2-Door Hardtop. Station CHEVROLET
.. We rune up 51414.. .. pw.r'r5i. Automatictran.ml..lon. AirconditioningWas Wagon.
either end. s8VW power steering, power brakes. $2395 Now$2095 Was $595 Now X365
$2195
W*.....wh.,*Hi....,In* lee. radio and haatar. air-conditioned $1195 1
.
19.10.( YWsR'1I.tA. $695 9 passenger
.. -- -- 1959 RAMBLER
.r.l I IA.4 1963 PONTIAC4Door.
.*.. ,.rk tew.rd I 62 Plymouth '60 CADILLAC 4-d, Sordtop.A to- 4-Door. Fully qulppd .
> wa Coup Radio and ntottr.
Ik.rkar...4.hii ".05.....,...ate.. lewl" ....11..,. 62. Porsche matte transmission
,
.ctliie, wylklii(. Ine. .. 004 power steering power brakes radio $1895 Was $695 Now X480 Was $1795 Now$1365
I IiKk ar I..... $1139"5. $2995 heater lr-conditioned. NICE

2- '61 VW '60 VALIANT Automattressommis.t 196J VOLKSWAGEN BUS 1956 FORD
I ........ 63 Sunbeam .,
IMM rsd55. wKIraalia 8m. 4-ipd trtmmlnlon.
., 63 Chevy ft_ and heatar. $OOC t 4-Ooor. Fully EqulppwlWas
f 10K .arranrrZ ,,,,,,,.. . ALxN. N'Ctradio '
$995 .Ir _,_-.... ..... $2195 O7J I Was $1395 Now$1165 $395 NoW$125

='55 CHEVROLET $2495 '60 DODGE 4'door-Powtr ste.ring.' :
44.., IMWV .... HMMT. 41. 63 Cadillac automatic transmission
414.4 ur. M v11N.' '--' radio and h"ter. y.., power $775
$295 63 Ford $4495 brakes

Z 62 VW air XL 1_II............. 5r554.. T-BIRD brakes' .' ", Pwtl SEVERAL
]M... ...... 00N01% e.i .. $2395 60 Vau.hall 1 59 air-condittaned. OPEN
I It'I' I automatic tranimiuion. '
I $1395 New 64 Models
i = $1195 I $495 SHARP 8 A.M. 'TILL

I r 6j vw 63 Ford 4-door. AutotttCItic & Executive Car 'I
57 MERCURY I
....
I. lens 001 I transmission radio!
:= s4.4. Nr.. end heater. 9 P.M.DISCOUNT
:: 60 Fiat
$1395 a14N1% -44115514-..... _. 1s ...... ..... NICE $312 I ALL AT .
.4.'

-D.MANM'62.OHIA.VW c_ 1.r J $2295 1'095 '56 PLYMOUTH Jotc.r'195? FINANCE MAN
'I MM* -- % 1- _
60 Co"alr
;!1 = $1895 I 5.005.4.40,.r. %.--...::-- 61 Austin + I 59 HILLMAN *tee $295 PRICES OM DUTY '
I
..1 E z ALFA ROMEO $795 $1195 ;
If 7.1..11" .rt.. ...... T'i car i ,
.
I 45-b .055451 a5PMN% See J. L. SMITH. WILBUR SLIGH. PAUL

= $2195 BARNETT SANDY COMMINS. GRANVILLE ,
'61 VW BARKLEY i
:!....... e.olt"t c_..... JONES. UNIVERSITYCHEVROLET
t :: $1395

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;1 :- MOTORS HAWESPOWERSMOTOR



Miller-I 2201 N. MAIN ST. CO.

I in' The Auto'Gome Barkley' The Nome" I In IM'.IIAL.V ALiANT- TItH-'lTMOUTH-IMt "GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST VOLUME DEALER"New

= 2-417J-op4ft Doily'Til 9 Sun'Til6 I 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-3400 I II Cars FR 6-7581 "Comer N. Main fir 16th Are." U H c.rs FR 6-7584

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/ridey.November 13, 1 1964 Gaineiville I Sun 21
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I I John Hipp Northetnfrol Florida's No. 1 Independent Dealer Says:

NOBODY I' :

SELL FOR LESS" .
j BEATS A ; '


DEAL FROM DID


SHAW & KEETER


DONT FORGET TO DROP IN AND
FORDTOWN YOU J : REGISTER FOR YOUR

ter 'FREEWEEKEND

E THE NUMBER 1 4/e


FORD DEALER IN "; TURKEY )

Norihceniral Florida SPECIAL 1 DOZEN 20 lb. TURKEYS
KNOW to be given away SAT, 5:30 *II

.t Large Inventory of STUDEBAKER 1962 p.m. Nothing to buy No ,, rJ(A
obligation, Just drop in and
Custom 4)-dr. sedan, 6 tyl.,
NEW and r$, heater, light register. You do not have to 1)"Iff.lutomotlc .I
!bin with matching interior ,
23,000 actual mllei.ONLY be present to win!
USED!II! r:

t YOU'RE $1099 "j


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63 Sport FALCON convertible. Radio and $1745 SAVE f. .
h.ol.r.o4l Itd trontmltlion. -
Interior.. Rid Extra with cl.on.block vinyl SHOPPINGIN Con'rotulafone T.t UP TO f' kM.

,.Side.,HuntMr. '
$500
CHEVROiETPLYMOUTH .lue..M!)e..I.iMr. jON
63 $1745 .,M*Su.1* .-> bMrs.
9..00 4-door.actual Radio mile and,hoots Nut, ..")'d..0..RiymWiMr .... M
new M,.Jerry Ryirlckir 4 SOME i '

FORD LASTWIEK'STURKIY w1.n r CARS! f Lt."LL"Stul.,'
$1695 WINNERS!
63 ,. V t > 'f
GoIO. 4-door V-!Radio ,
Light and 10'haoler.". Fordomol'c.' i : -

'62 DODGE '62 TEMPEST ,:
... ...... ...... It
62 Puth-button 4-door nation transmission wagon V-!. $1145 .....Mre1N./..Mw Wtw Nw"'..111I.... 1499 \..14."M.' '.".ai w1M"'wpo.wowih. 1195 J Ai.aN .
Power ttitrlng. Htottr. 1M wplN wNlw .
Light blue. M.rtA ) a


CHEVROLET4door. 545 NORTHCENTRAL. 'S9 FORD .. ,,',"64'_....CHEV695 .".'.-.. ...YA .,...._..,., t1 44
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62 V-! Powir itftrIng -. ,. w_v...It.. .. ...., . ,...2995
Air-conditiooma.Power. Radio' braktt.and rwattr.PowerGlide. a"...:_UI4.c_.1.n. Moy o rM....,._.w..INYIhiMfNl.r.A" "r.sN ...-.......
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I'f Sees No Future Unhappy Over Florida Fair PavilionBy I



: CHARLES STAFFORD Gov. Farris Bryant, who relationship.There is no orderly The new Industry committee
In Birth ControlBy BOCA RATON (AP-A) committee founded the nonprofit organization flow of tratf and "some of the I headed by Fred Learey of Tarn
of the Florida Council of 1 Council of 100 Cites I of 100 leading Florida exhibits are simply unattractiveby pa proposed reorganization ol

100, which hatched the plan for a citizens to plot the progress of any standard of measure. the development commission "to
JOHN RIDDICK But what the birth-control I the extent that more professional
Florida Pavilion at the New Florida and pay for the honorof location
Florida -
pavilion's
movement still aeeds most of all Politics Poor Taste "The attention Is given to both In-
The Tucion Citizen York World's Fair, isn't happy doing it was to address the In the lake amusement
is education, she said. "Educa- dustrial recruiting and the problems
with the final creation. dinner
tonightO'Neil '
from the mainstream
TUCSON, Ariz. (APMar needed the area, away
tion Is mainly among of the Industries already
Michael 0. O'Neil of Miami
,I said his committee carried of day fair traffic and
birth-control garet Sanger,movement founder ,of has the poor and illiterate. I began the chairman of the World's Fair consideration and study be givento organization of the Florida De- the ball In the Interim between virtually Isolated at night was located In the state"
movement really because of Liaison Committee, said in his means of Improving the Inter velopment Commission. Members "
little hope that the population the original Idea to havea unfortunate, he said. "This Learey said his committee opposes
them. report to the fall meeting of the nal appearance and relationship were also to receive a report Florida pavilion and the creation be offset somewhat however '
controlled."I may both
be
explosion will council that the Florida Pavilion"is of Florida Pavilion prior to the a summer-long study of one person holdltig
I When ahe began her crusadeto on of a Florida World's Fair by the fact that the citrus
just don't tee how we can make birth control a public a good example of politics 1965 fair season." Florida's tax structure as it con Authority. tower at the converging director and chairman positionsas
control the birth rate until we and poor taste" The report was up for studyat cerns business and industry, and But as the pavilion turned out point of two major Long Island Wendell Jarrard now does.
get the government to agree Issue and a private possibilityback I "It Is our recommendation," today's business session along draw up recommendations: to the he said, the exhibits are not expressways will be lit at night The committee, he added,opposes
that this Is something that I in 1912, the whole subjectwas I he said, "that some cooperative with a report recommending re- Legislature for tax changes. grouped In any kind of orderlyllilJreIl'S thrughout the grim winter any proposal to make the

should be taken seriously," said taboo months with a sign reading: bead of the commlssloi an elective

Mrs. Sanger in a recent Inter- "Wouldn't rather be in Flo- position and thus a member
I "I had to be very careful CamerasFrom <: ( ; you
tie". about the words I used," Mrs Japan StudentsKeep Ida." of the state cabineLI.

"Other countries feel that If Sanger recalled. "Even my father

our country ii against it, It must an outspoken Irishman SpaceRecovered Paint Contest 1' ,JOE'ROSSANO
Be bad," Jie continued. "Amer who brought me up to do my I ; SAYS
I
leans would be much more acceptable own thinking said to me one Up ProtestSASEBO

: when they go abroad to day: 'Margaret, can't you find Starts SoonThe easily"'Haveyou) Set had a an professional Irauranc cfock-up'lnd pndmt it-

worjc; on this problem, if we, some other subject In the worldto Insurant Afl.nt tomorrow! Look" for the
Could! get our government to' talk about besides the bedroom CAPE KENNEDY (APTwo Japan (AP) Seadragon is to leave "and annual children's Thanksgiving "BIG I" stall
Some 2,000 determined Japanese then claim they drove the submarine -I
Okay it under population control ? And he whispered when camera packages that recorded leftist store window painting Phone. S7445I2NATIONAL
students today kept from the port"Moscow .
)1nMra. he said 'bedroom'l"Although PROTECTION WIIKNor.
engineering data on a Saturn 1 alive the demonstration protesting Radio in contest will begin Nov. 20, Ray 1-14th
a Japanese-
.", Sanger, who once chalttnged she was jailed eight rocket launched Sept. 18 have the U.S. nuclear submarine language broadcast, said "the Massey, recreation director, an- .
President Dwight D. times for her efforts to spread been recovered after floating for Seadragon's visit to Japan, but of the American nu- nounced. --- -- --- --
I Eisenhower to debate whether Information, Mrs. Sanger Isn'tbitter nearly eight weeks in the Atlantic they didn't interfere with the clear-powered presence submarine In Cash prizes will be give n

birth control is a proper concern' .. Ocean. submarine's holidaying sailors Russia's neighboring country Is children decorations In,two Massey age said.groups Mon-for SOMETHING NEW

oj government, advises her "Every time I was put in jail, The Air Force reported Thurs About 100 Zengakuren students a serious problem which gives ey Is being donated by the
country to follow Japan's exam-. It was a mistake," she ex day that the packages washed whose federation spearheaded deep concern to the Soviet peo- Downtown Merchants Assn. and
pje.! plained. "It was by somebody ashore on the Bahama Islands of the bloody 1960 demonstrations pie This Is connected with our the Gainesville Garden Club. WESTINGHOUSE DOES IT:'AGAIN A

':"The first time I went to JaPan who didn't !know anything and where Eleuthera the service and San Salvador missile against the S.-Japan ecurity. We must provide The city recreation de par to NEW TOP LOADING WASHER'

,I didn't get anywhere," she thought I was advocating abor- tracking stations.operates Camerasand security treaty, sat down in against It." merit and social recreation class

said "But when I went back tion. Actually, I was trying to film In the capsules were front of the U.S. Navy base The Seadragon is the first nulearpowered at the University of Florida are BIG-15 LB. CAPACITY

after the war, I found that quite get people to give up abortion reported in excellent condition.The .I where the Seadragon is tied up. vessel to dock in co-sponsors for the program.
and A column of Socialists and labor Although the sub does
use contraceptives. Japan.
s movement had been building Elementary age children may The Automatic Washer That's
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Up. We could do well to copy the I Mrs. founded the capsules were among unionists marched around a circular not carry nuclear arms, the Socialists enter only in school clas I
Japanese on this." Planned Sanger Parenthood eight ejected from the Saturn 1 11 intersection 100 yards and the Communists groups. Junior and senior high Gentle as a Lamb with Clothes.
I organization shortly after It was launched on from the base's main gate. claimed( that the visit was the school students
,However, ahe Is not so optimistic and was Its International may com. pet e Biggest Transmission of all Guaranteed
an orbital test flight Their re- first step toward stationing nuclear individually or In classes. ,
about finding a solution president until just a few Japanese police kept up a For Five Years.
I to India's population problem. I Ii years covery had been abandoned because weapons In Japan. I Judging will be held Nov. 21
and confined the
ago. the waters on the landingarea tight guard
at 4
i .. "The difficulty there Is the near San Salvador were demonstrators to the main roadIn p.mTwenty
language," she explained. Now she Is looking forward to churned by nearby Hurricane front of the base. The Kremlin, meaning simply -I four stores have volunteered !-
I "Even Mr. Nehru didn't speak the development of a drug that Gladys. Intermittent rain and occasional "citadel," is the oldest and use of their window
all' the languages of India." would produce Infertility for a hail fell throughout the most strategic part of Moscow for the school-age decorators.The .

Mrl. Sanger said ahe Is encouraged certain period of time. : day. The demonstrators'took Within the walled fortificationsare y.l. .
by what she sees as a tion Is the best Idea," "lnJeC-I' Fifty four of the 69 highest three hours off for lunch. old royal palaces, govern- tallest bird ever to live
change In the attitude of the "That will be the mountains In the United States Taxis and other vehicles carried mental bureaus and churches on earth was the giant moa,
Roman Catholic Church. I when they have that. are In Colorado. blue-uniformed American where the czars were crowned now extinct The average giant

:sailors, Including members of and burled. Some government moa stood about 12 feet high,
officer, including that of the with enormous elephantine leg /
108-man crew,
the Seadragon's
Prince Charles Near Manhood There Premier, are still located there. bones.
In and out of the base.
I. I were occasional shouts of "Van-I

kee go home" in English. I

I Has a Difficult Role to Fill the Navy base wives, some and with couples small from children -

In their cars and some
I
By EDDY GILMORE school, paid for from his hardly after class and several boys In with grocery shopping buys: Thanks

:LONDON (AP) Prince lavish pocket money. rapid succession sat on his drove past the lines of police .
Charles Is When he Is from his head. incident
-II Saturday- developing away and demonstrators without -
Into an Independent, con- school\, tough Gordonstoun up In At Cheam this ancient process I
ftlentlous and sensitive young Scotland, the prince takes his Is called "shrinking the nut," One officer said the police I GoldwaterSupporters
Ban highly aware that one day records with him Me also owns the nut meaning the head. thought the leftists might try to I

IjS will be e king. a guitar I Charles' best subject Is geog- stage "a large-scale disturb
:The heir to the British throne The longlsh royal hair is saidto raphy, In which he seems genuinely ance" Saturday when the
have caused a bit of princely Interested. He Is also
laps
grown up In the relentless I a
,anger down in Athens In September sailor. His worst is
glare of publicity. Yet he h ex- good subject
when members of Britain'
tremely self-conscious about French.At PROPANELP
arrived for
criticism, the kind he thinks lean royal family I the queen's and Prince
'
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Castle and Balmoral Castle chum CHACE and KITCHENSON
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