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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 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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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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89th Year, No 113 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE. ..,
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.... [N 1a PERILS OF POLITICS

eW#r 'y 2 New Parties


EUJSWORTH. KM. (AP) George Jellnek\ sewry! elected
member of the K nui House .( Representatives, baa found kit '
campaign literature was, taken literally.
...
.... Jellnek, a Democrat distributed handbills which promised

.. "I will work for yon" Needed : Barry

e "Ooe farmer" the aew represeatatlv said, "told me ka voted
r Jor/ me and BOW ke needed tome kelp putting up alfalfa. By Jim-
mlny, I did It. But I'm going to have to watch what I iay."

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0 Ness lark dims

Clash BrEARLMAZOMONTLGO

BAY Jamaica -
Sen Barry Goldwatrr uld Saturday
Sale Kick-Of
Seal
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) this year's national election
Syrian and Israeli jets battled may well have proved' that
University of Florida Head Football Coach Ray Saturday north of the Sea of the time has come to realign the
Graves (left) and his assistant Pepper Rogers, took Galilee, a day after the heaviest parties with "two new teams"
time out from the kicking ram on the gridiron last border fighting between the two t+,.ep .s called liberal and conservative!
week to help Laura Jean Barnes kick off the 1964 enemies In years Each tide Instead of Democratic and Republican -
Christmas Seal Campaign which starts Monday. Six accused the other of provokingthe ,
year-old Laura Is this year' "Christmas Seal Girl." air clash and each claimed At a press conference the defeated -
The drive, headed by Jim Wunderlich, hopes to wise victory Republican standard-
$15.000 to help fight respiratory diseases. (Sun Photo Asyrlan communique said bearer laid he has given the
by Tommy Lewis) Israeli planes flew across the matter serious i
border "our air force intercepted thought since
the Israeli planes" and In s the election on

U.S. series of air bsttlei an Israeli Nov ] and ; '
Beefs Up jet "was teen exploding In mid- thorough nationwide
sir after receiving a direct hit.An sur

our planes returned safelyto veys" will be !
bases" undertaken to ]
In Tel Aviv, a military measure xacU<
TiesWASHINGTON spokesman denied any Israeli ly what Is hap-
Defense plane was lost, uld four Syrian peeing Am.ro
Ooldwltat
Soviet-made MIG2U penetrated lean politics.Reviewing .
Into Israel's air space, were the unusual patternof
AP) Agreements tightening military -, driven off and one of them was Meter Maid KilledMrs. voting this year with normally
links between the United States and West Germanyon hit Republican business leaden
strategy, weapons and production were signed The spokesman said the hit on Patsy O'Neil, 33, mother of two daughter, who has been a Fort l-auderda't' and suburban communities go-
Saturday by the two nations' defense chiefs. the Syrian plane was clearly police meter maid for two years, await help after being knocked from her motor Ins; Democratic while heretofore
American Secretary of Defense Robert _S.. McNamara observed by the pilot who bad scooter by a car. She died a short time later In the llroward General hospital Wit. Democratic southern state
ana German Defense Minister engaged It but that It was not nemes' to the accident Mid the car had to he lifted by a wrecker to remove Mrs. went Republican, Goldwater
Kaiuwe von Hassel initialed four seen to crash. O'Neil. said the "real" reasons wouldbe
documents which wrapped up ferrited out In "depth
LondonersTo the results of the meetings of studies' that ".re going boat
the two men and their staffs money"
Welfare
Works
A communique said these Johnson on What most urgently needs to
Taste meetings "reflected the close be pinned down he Initiated woe
and continuing GermanAmerican whether the "time has come for
military relationship.' JOHNSON CITY Tex (AP) come up with Ideas lor betterIng a real realignment of the par
:' Dixie Grits Beyond the general phrasingof President Johnson and two / the lot of Americana tie*"
the communique there ob- Cabinet members talked Saturday 'Operation Birthright, Both his Cabinet visitors Then the Arizona senator added I
: ,. LONDON (AP) One of BriU viously was the fact that the of getting health care and said Johnson one again Isbearing that la his own opinion '.the i
ain't oldest restaurants announced Intransigence of French President bigger Social Security checks Other Benefits Discussed down heavily on econo time has come to choose up |Iwo
Saturday, with some Charles de Gaulle and his for the elderly and launching my In the new budgets for their new teams and gel going."
-: misgivings, that It Is' now insistence on an Independent "Operation Birthright" for the departments. In changing labels he declir.

prepared to put the South In nuclear power stature for young. In the fares of bait a million of of some sort of hospital Insurance Ctlebrene said he expects his ed, the 'Democratic Party
your mouth.In France had Influence In the new Secretary of Labor W. WlllardWirtx the Jl million boys and girls program for the elderly billion budget to go up from about 171 would by nature become liberal
4 blatant bid for tourist and stronger bonds betwoea pictured the next W days who will reach II in 19U Details patterned after the administration this year to $1.' billion and the Republican party by
trade originating below America Germany and the United States. of financial and legislative planning still are vague bill to tie It Into Social Security legislation nest year because of M Hems of and large fill entitled to be) the
'i Mason-Dixon Line, Stone American officials obviouslyview by the administration as system passed In the latestCongress conservative party"
Chop House plans after considerable de Gaulle's plan for an providing "an extraordinary The labor secretary said "No, Celebreue also predicted the one of the Increase, In his wide ringing U,lIn-
.. nuclear force .outside sir, I do not" when asked if he he said, will be for new programs ute conference
soul-searching, to serve Independent opportunity for really magnificent administration will seek something press Coldwster
grits. of NATO ss sn Incredible breakthrough." expects a rail strike He said In the nature of a flat |7 spoke In caustic terms about (
Stone'i lifted the veil on this objective. there is no plan to bring the monthly Increase In Social' Security With respect to federal' econo. President Johnson and such Republican
adventurous culinary departure They have sought to show that He described Operation Birthright the threatened strike of non- benefits approved by the mining, on. report that reached leaden as Governor
as sn effort to keep college operating rail unions before Johnson Saturday from Budget
in a somewhat gingerly worded Senate this year ss part of a Rockefeller Gov. George Rom-
press statement which re- (See DEFENSE oa Page 2A) doors from slamming Johnson. one-package bin Including Director Kermit Gordon was ney of Michigan Sen. Hugh

marked: "Grits has or have Secretary of Welfare Anthony health car*. that federal employment In Sep !Scott! of Pennsylvania and Sex
always been the subject of J. Celebrezze predicted passage tember was at the lowest levelIn Thomas Kuihel of California'
Wirta and Celebrene
great controversy. First, arethey met two and I bait years ail ef whom he called "so-celled:
with
the President at his
plural or Is It singular Asks ranch It was down 34.000 from An. Republicans"
Collins Friday and and
For the benefits of Britons with Saturday then gust, to a total of t...,J37. The defeated Republican candldale -
who haven't cottoned to grits +N M'a miles reporter to the east In Au.Un. M Some of the demise was seasonal put It this way:
Stones defined them or It, as New Leaf In White flouae officials "I want to know how much
.. "a white com meal, ground to MM Sunday the President goes said, but they said the decline In frees the refusal of Rockefeller/ ,
about the consistency of coffee back to Washington and a series regularly employed persons was Romney, Broil, Kuchel and ether .
and very much like the African EducationTALLAHASSEE of conferences on reports 23,700 ss compared with September se called Republicans (to
meaIY- lealy." from ask forces he named to 1MXUNITED support the national ticket) had
The statement went on to uy Ar to the campaign If they had
that it, or they "are boiled In ,. Former helped Ilk. former Vice Prest-
salted water and served ss a 1. Go,. Leroy Collins called on the FIND BllXETWBy dent Richard M ) Nixon and
mushy porridge in the morning .4 ) ,. slat to turn over a new leaf In (Gov. William W.) Scranton M
handling the affairs of Us state Urn: AUtTW, General Cttimwa. 11 Castseigs! )
or as an adjunct to fried eggs, Pennsylvania) might not have
or as a vegetable or with raisins ) In talk here Sat changed the outcome, but the
in a pudding" tuday. Although the last United Fund report meeting Indicated party would have lost by a
"They are eaten sot, cold, Collins, who I II now the direct contributions have reached a new all lime smaller margin, **
lukewarm or raw They also! are tor of the U. I. Dept of Com U high w* atlll have a long way (10 go to reach As to Johnson; the pruldentlal
used as a fattener for the finest merce's Community Relations our established goal of |1M.000. winner by the largest ,..,.
of hogs destined for the famous Service, spoke si ceremonies, One fit the area In which we are I la dire need slat vote majority In history
Virginia hams" dedicating the Coyle-E. Moore of kelp Is the house-to-house division. We need so- .Goldwaler said:
The decision to serve grits auditorium st the new Florida Helton, people who wll be willing to cad on fouror "He waged a campaign of
comes ss a belated apology for State University U a ion five of their neighbors to obtain their contribution to the mi fear He went around saying If
Building. United Fund drive.It I was elected we would gs to
(See GRITS .. Page 1A) The former Florida governor to something that would not take much of your Ume and would war and people would I ION their

said he had been disturbed by give yea a great deal personal sails/action. If you are willing Social Security. I
Ford Predicts Powers? reports mat political .Interference to help In your United Fund hou.e-lo-houue campaign | urge you Thane" were complete bet
Psychic had been allowed to to contact: Mr James I. Clayton or Mri Us May and he knew ttMGotdwsttr I

More Layoffs prowl on the campus of nil who .has. been vacationing
Linda Anderson a lS-year-old Lowell Ma..i.. teenager and Its sister Institutions of and con/erring here
DETROIT AP) Ford Motor baa blindfold net In place by her father durlig a higher learning
Co.. with Mm Idled by demonstration Friday of her powers-extra swnnory l IV* BARRY M Page "I)
1 would lib to emphasizethat Good ii
strike or layoff, said Saturday perception-which her father says they discovered accidentally be Morning!
university a
no can
additional furloughkig with
anticipated daring mme experiments bypiMMU.
Monday and there was a Linda was called In by police to aid .in search for Kenneta place of light or !liberty or learning -
possibility It will be knocked eut Mason S. miming from his home since Tuesday It poUfcuuu and the agents Around and About the AW: PROOFOF
of lean the
of automobile production by the "nl.,. After visiting the boy's home and areas politicians ever
shoulders ofta. instructors or
weekend where he bat was seen playing near a steer she told wv'
Toe when and where ef the police "the boy I Is not In the river, he i* In a howe. nudge"the pencils ef Us students President Johnwm'i Thanksgiving RESULTS
Collins said.
Bert layoffs win be determined police DOW are eencentrating their search bs sn ever fC-: New land
Monday morning, a' Ford widening hmpeetioei ef houses In the area There' caa be M place la Ole use program to lake effect to
ipokesmaa said. laboratory for the rigged experiment the county-ID Or* i1 plus en* .d .rp.W

the ckwd mind Itnroeoor the 1'00'' eeo aaeeveei

I Got a Cold? 'Don't Blow' A adversity'. scissors Is, not be said.free if Us I UP College ef Nursing Gen. tHt StVMOWTM saw, MKM a...

students and faculty an not freeto MIa help" eat at Mining Center s.react *>. r SIM
sums for trwUi and proclaimthat Picture Page 1C.
JURTFORD. Const (AP) Irving has a band of about 2M) When aa kdividoal" blow his truth without fear Hut It

Dr. J. Grant Irving hasn't blown followers who he says, have ...., be sot only expels Infected might offend someone ta high The hoe ,tl-*- <.*. ... slams
since ItO. been adiering to his advice for mucus into his .handkerchief, authority CoTune said. .d. 'NN ey el e'see
his
nose yean and who win led! you that but ah. forces it. ante the sic "The sbtitty and the enrage bmuulI Mrs ......* Wdf.
He tosists that his "donf be.s right ..... .. da this Is the essence ef Inheniry's =- edw/rd Sae : t;
blow" Idea preveati the e m- "As a result the Bring snem- integrity, end M Among the Old Friends: etc rails pre I ed.anal
mon coid from lasting tor awe tt was n years age, while he knee of the slum becomes .. legislator, board member er
three days and was a graduate... at Eda- CaM twne/es alteed.'s. .
thaa two er messed at. burgh University as Scotland fitted and pours eut as ewe governor should tamper with M. Abby -__ I. McGarverF IC .._ -.r et..epe"'e -
be "
jhouldnl mucue. Cventuauy tile sinus .. will be having shortly asew
thai Irving first learned ef tr* Carver __ -to ttoPrfeewerd ass Ivy YOU?
People with colds whe do blow dangers ef seas blowing from aprrfeme' fife and a spiflover Into the aa- president ef Florid StaleI'aivensry lUlberstes. ____ lIS Pete JBJB r.e t.tu. oil mufct *. I
sal csmty ecnrs.le s new governor ef
run the risk of prolonging! she* ef ear, toe and CMMUMII Sun Wm M rv
.
be .blows his nose and the Florida and a sew governing TTLOOe-U MOVIO3BAREA
ffino far weeks says Irving throat serfery.Irvsuj ... Nee ....,.
wad Is chief medIcal director ef virious cycle thai keeps the board for ass' antventon ft r omtm-u NtWS-IC
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Gainesville police arrested a 1#

HEIDELBERG Germany 22-year-old Negro woman Friday there is no division on strategy

(AP) An American soldier A .- Firlly nlWit clmoy Lw .tnt mild\\a mrwglihnriiy night for Investigation of between the United States and
mish tt u.HI
fired a shot at a Soviet army u....., M M tt eat and lout*. murder following the fatal stabbing \ the European members of
sedan to halt Its approach on a MM winds ie to IS mlm Hr ...... ? el r+ w
of another Negress. NATO and if division exists It Is
side road Into a restricted U.S.! B C- Generally fair I
The victim, Marlyn Harris between France and the other
military area near Nuernberg In through Sunday. Low tonight
823 NW 8th Ave, was stabbedIn 14 alliance nations.
West Germany last Wednesday, M to M. High Sunday M to the chest at 922 NW 5th Ave.I

,r the US. Army reported Satur- 84. Easterly winds I to IS She was dead on arrival at Ala- The communique Issued at the

day. A Soviet colonel and his miles per hour. 1H chua General Hospital conclusion of the sessions Satur-

enlisted driver were detained 0 e tmrdly ode Ihrtufr tuft. day Included these points:
w i Officers arrested Marlyn Harris
,.
diy Lw aldhn 0. s0 HIM The multilateral force
f seven hours. I hifiMr nur ..c CMtorM win* I to S22 NW 8th Ave. She was
II nlltl Fir Iwura (MLF) The U.S. and German
The U.S. Army's European F H I Cnwrtlly rile throw held without bond in city Jail
Headquarters here said the car Iuftd..,. Lew tonight In Ir* m HighSUKMV Investigation of the case will defense establishments shouldbe
M hS., Illltrly wends I to DOCIlE prepared to start Implementing -
belonged to the Soviet military II "inllM pir hen continue under the supervision
yar'dvT.MPnnaFveet
multination
liaison mission attached to U.S. J Famy.,Jade through dmuyiwtMrt. w.1 tf of Capt. R. T AngeL the program for a
wl0 tl a5M ad
m.mins which would include
force
'+ tt: .( headquarters here. .'t', tonKnt. .raw* 70. Mesa et./awa.ea -
yt ,14, ?AMhe '0h R .a.h, au..., W iMttrly wends II to II Nil Low Frt*. UnderwritersNat'l missile-armed surface
U.S. officials protested to Soviet mint FIT h..u.IC Jekensllt' as tiIe'srr AboutBarry
ships "as soon as possible" after -
1015,4
Partly ctouoy 'reuGIIY. M II J47s0
authorities Thursday but no Chonco of bite _... If'
i Lew tonight a M international political decisions -
,.. .. ..... Officer
Soviet response was reported.A High luMtey a. tnlfrly" woes IItt 71 55
IS mile FIT heu.. New 0.1'1 It".u are rtached.
U.S. spokesman said the amen II VN
ALMANAC "0111 If N made
The communique no
Soviet sedan entered the re- tunMt today .. I.M "m.MOMININT W."" M 11asro Due Here
....,... Chle_ prediction on when such a decision -
I stricted area despite ilgns in temarow.eerow 1 1:2f 51 -a"m.M.enat m., .. Cat ei att From Page 1 li expected.

English, Russian and German IT AHVogi. Leo AAnssl.. SI N .11 Philip A. Hoche, vice president I-
'tow In iwrttiwtit II:a ""irt.Vliiill with his
for several days prin-
warning against trespassing IH.ANITISllurn IooMII OJ 31 of the National Association. Special attention was givento

TIle American sentry shouted ,,rim M MuthwMt I 11 n] F.m.Mori m.J .. GAINESVILLE WEATHER: cipal political associates, also of Life Underwriters, will speak the "forward strategy" for

orders for the car to halt whenit "....., r.... 4H: m. Dean Burch should remainas
The members and
his NATO
approached post. car Saturday: High 11.t noon, the local underwriters group. Attack on

kept; on going. CIDA nar TIDSS low 57 at I a.m. No ram. Republican national chair. underwriter the "clrwst agreement was
The old
58
Y'AC sale luvliy i_ Hlffl ol lASS I"m. Sid MAetee 'O.IUIT man. "Frankly the national year reached of recent discussions -
The announcement any
Army 11 >.m. Low ot dieM, on* 4.M eAlt OUL' I.y, winds e M contracted for Is from Orlando and la a past
is
that the U.S. guard then fired a r.rm II _,'tl Imidiy Filr. chairmanship president of the Florida 31111Assq. by the ministers concerning
warning shot into the air and four years and I would expect the views related to
ol
has been chairman
He
WI._,. tt Iht lun.E "
to live
_ the Republican Party up
the Soviet vehicle to NATO forward defense.
"attempted
number of NALU committee!
QueensTarolyn leave the scene." !& bituattrunnelraNanesa..dtO ts to the contract. a local US. has agreed to
Tccn-Agc < He does not look upon himself and is a past president of his The

_ The guard: then fired at the as the /titular head of his civic club and the Orange build, In private American

'- Mijtninl, 17, of Baltimore, Md., right. car'i left rear tire and the vehicle but he intends to main- County Heart Assn. shipyards, three gulded-missile

crowned MM! Teenage America 1965 and alternate stopped.The M wlnn ovillitut' will bt tend mNr FvnorM Nttluo. party tain a,role of leadership. Hoche will speak at the noon I destroyers for the German

Frances Kathleen Ross 17, left, of Pittsburgh, Pa.. statement did not say The Republican Party, Is luncheon at'the Holiday Inn. (Navy. The first of the ships

were joyous In Dallas Friday night; after they were whether the bullet scored a hit. R. W. RIVERS tars, Mrs. Clara Russell and "the party of the people"and James Stacey, president of till should be ready for delivery in
MMiounced winners. KEYSTONE HE I G H T S- Mrs. Jewell Perry, both of Fort now Northcentral Florida cia,1961.
The United States has a the should know Aasq
Ranzal Willis Rivers, 62, of Keystone White, Mrs. Frances Bitch of country -
tlon of Life Underwriters, h a i I
simIlar liaison mission in
IN BERLIN in Communist military Eut GermanyU.S. Heights, died here Friday Ugh Springs and Mrs. Evelyn "why big Industry finds suddenly Itself ( estimated that more than 1X(
the campaign) sleep :
following an apparent heart at Brlnson of Gainesville; 25
George W, Ball, U.S. un- military mission cars there tack. grandchildren and 15 great- ing with the people (the Democratic persons are expected to attend .
of state arrivedIn often are checked by East German leaders who to Friday's monthly I luncheon I
dersecretary ) are out *
Ga.
A native of Hampton, ,,, rsndchlldren.[ .
meeting
a, West Berlin Saturday, first police.At Rivera hat been a resident ol destroy private enterprise.

V stop on a trip during which he the Nuernberg restricted Keystone Height for SJ years. MINNIE BEAN Goldwater stated he Is "not I

N will review western alliance area, there la a warning signposted ,He was a carpenter and a member BRONSON Mrs. Minnie U looking for" the presidential More About

problems with West German nearly a mile down the of the Keystone Heights Bean, (2, Bronson, died Fridayin nomination In 1968. AMAM, JAMIt a, Cuntrd MrvlCMtor

leaders.In side road from the installation First Baptist Church. Gainesville following an extended "Anybody who tries to guess GritsI Mr.,J Florid nn S VIII OrMitm.... Ittld W II N II 04 olAlKlHM

a brief arrival statement, Another sign li 200 yards from Survivors Include hli wife,,, Illness.A l now what the party will do Ir *It M rV i ..tt i M II"_"' ..,,liptlit N..v..nl Ch...r...It,. ITM WlkHiYMANI ,

Ball recalled the American the post, the Army said. Nettle Lura Lee Rivers; Keystone native of Alabama, she 1968 has to be an idiot," he ".... ..TMmlu Fwl.ral In Men.rs.

v pledge of support for the iso- Nuernberg la about 100 miles Heights;' three daughters, moved to Bronson M years ago said. From Page 1
lated city. In from Leesburg. She of Ml JOHN 0. FimrdMrvkn ,
east of Heidelberg southeast Mrs. Ted Oglesby, Key stow was one her Mr Jofwi 0 Hiymwn, ew
Ball said "the basic principles Germany. Heights; Mrs. Thomas W the first graduates of Florida Solve Theft the War of 181J the date of n. ,will M raid, >t Out, f M so tun-
des NovtmMr I. ItM Orirw Mil
of United States policy con Chambers, Nice, France; and Southern College and a member Stone's founding In which the will! Chum Win Rev, Soft Coo rcenducllflf
cerning Germany remain un- Auburn of the Bronson Methodist At Home HereA N* itrvlcM, Burltl will seM
of
Miss Chloe Rivers British burned the White HouseIn Antler ewes.' nee, Lechlm: ,
changed. Will HeadDystrophy Maine. Church and the Minnie Bean Bible Washington. _, IM 'IC'1ooI .. wllllanTnan.
... _..
M FillJOMHIOM .1 H
Five sons include J o h B, Orlando Class of that church was recent burglary at the Stone's said that when ad
WAKES UP Conn. named In her honor. home of Beulah Evans M" *. IIVI ,_.1 wry.ICM .
; Paul Manchester, ; 237 vised of the decision Its grand tor Mr John w ... will bt
Albert Smith, 30, English Wallace Sr, Orange Park; Survivors Include I son, Wilbur SW 2nd Ave, has been solved chef. Joseph Ports, holder of "d l It II,M A.M. MI Iuftd'". Novtm.tor .

born aerospace engineer for Roger, Jacksonville; and Ar- F. Bean of Jacksonville; and all the loot recovered, the Grand Cross Culinalre, list II Church, IMi it.f FlMMM JorMvllb FI'wits'Ki Mains.....
;T. U (Cotton) Thaggard el in Seattle denied I three daughters, Mrs. J. S. Gainesville W. 0, Dxtnli unductlnf M. ..,,len,
Boeing Co. was Drive Here mand, Atlanta. police reported shrugged I French shrug and ...1.1 will tt In "....., ruin Cirn.
ont'omny, Ala., was convicted U.S. citizenship last Mon Four brothers, Roger, Hampton Dixon of Jacksonville, Mrs. G. Saturday. ild: tory vnitr *,. .drictlM' .l Dues

Friday on a federal day by US. District Judge ; Ga; Lawrence, MacDon- T. Bobbins of Bronson and Mrs Police arrested three Juve "Eh Bien: Mais pourquoi?" Irethtn "Wxtlclmi.FUH ""' .

:3prceny charge, He drew $43,. William T. Local Insurance man S.muell I nigh, Ga; Carl, Jon'l boro, A. Johnson of Galneivllle; one nile boys, all under the age of which means, 'Okay, but why?" ,her MRS.Mrt.MOLLY rues._Mi Fmril n, will Mrv.kM bt.

toO from a bank which had Becks who ac- N. Holloway has been named Ga.; Franklin Hampton, Ga.; stepdaughter, Mrs. J. H. Dixonof 14, and returned $300 In paintIngs Porta then sampled a test Mid it I.M F M, M tontn Nowmtor ..

,Been mlntakenly credited toh.ls cused Smith of chairman of the Alachua County five sisters Mri. Clomi Garner Jacksonville; a brother Wilbur figures and dishes to batch of the glutinous mixture, sic Churdl'1. IH4 In it WIMw FHiunt. win, Oravi ass. .MeCriry .*-

account and refused ttfllf going to sleep t muscular dystrophy drive. Orlando; Mrs. Hobson Howard F, Norton ot St. Petersburg; Mrs. Evans. shuddered and muttered: "Pas andgcllnf lr' ......... iur'ilIN

,' tt back.clloU during natural! t..." anation "i4 The drive, which will begin' Hampton, Ga, Mrs. Man-. five grandchildren and three The offense occurred last de remarques," which trans- tlw dlrwtlM to In. SI K Duncan rod CrMery Iritlwrl wrier Mon

later this month and continue ley Greer, Hampton, Ga.,,Mrs, great-grandchildren. Thursday. lates to "no comment. ...

ItO 1E ,tea, ) through December will Include'Oscar Brisentine, MacDonough, JAMES GRAHAM -;-- -- -_. -

Red China Premier Chou EnU ceived CeremonJi. a Mother's March on Nov. 24.'Ga, Mrs. C B. Scott,.Atlanta; ,
James E. Graham 14 Alacha -
,
,
returned to Peking Saturday day Holloway, who Is associate and U grandchildren.
died Haines
Friday in City
Inconclusive would with the Liberty National Life
jOcr apparently
UEARN
JR.
W. R. following a brief Illness. SHOPSHOPSHOP
l *(i-ln Moscow Communist ed citizenship.He Insurance Co, li a member of JACKSONVILLE. R.
Mr. Graham, a resident of
Cli airman Mao Toe.Lung greeted earlier reSmith St. Patrick's Catholic .
Wearn Jr. M father ot a former Alachua
for 38 years, was a retired -
him at the airport. fused to sign a supplemental petition -Church, the Gainesville Klwanls Galneivllle resident, Mr.. farmer. He
member
took In what the for citizenship which Included Club and the Gainesville Quarterback wai a
Chou part died Fri
James E. Baker Jr, ol the Forest Grove Baptist
j Russians! called "frank, comJUJJy" an apology, saying he Club. day In the Veterans Hospital In Church. ViP IN GAINESVILLE
conversations with the would not apologize for something He Is secretary treasurer of Ca. I
Include
Augusta, Survivors two sons v'
he had not dime. Association Drop off dry ,searing on
:w Soviet leadership he Northcentral Florida Wearn resided In Jacksonville.: Floyd Graham of Chicago, 111. your
-'file Cmneiie account of the of Life Underwriters and His Mrs. Baker, now Sri* work ot
daughter, and Bill Perrin of Alpharetta,\ your way to any
Chou and So-
meetings between Is the father of four children
Jn Ca.
lives Tampa. ; two daughters, Ann M. I
secretary Leonid Bre. of our pieties, end pick it upon
ftrt party Funds from the muscular dystrophy Thompson of Dundee, Fla. and
ZLicv: and Premier Alexle KosyTtp drive will be used to MRS. THOMAS: B. SCOTT Linda Balreuther of Pleasonton '' home.
,
we
Thomas B. d your /
emphatically TAMPA -Mrs.
:!! suggested/ even more sponsor a national network of la,; lour brothers Cosby and J.
than the Russian verDn Scott, a former house mother at
clinics and research programs.Holloway D. Graham ot Danielsville Ga.
; I
that no Important progress said members of the Phi Kappa died Tau here Fraternity ester-In !Dee Graham of Pave, Ga. and 3- DAY SPECIALS: Mon., Nov 16, TutS., Nor. 17, W d., Nov. 18
resolution of Chinese'vlet Gainesville, y
Awards a Gainesville Fire Departmentwill ,Earl Graham of Seneca, S. C.; I
had been
differences distribute fund cannlsters! 'day.She Autaugerville four listen, Evie Kane e( Fair-

wrnde: and the Gainesville Moose Clubs was born In paly, S. C., Dezzie Colle and:1
:::thou was een off In Moscow has planned a project to help Ala, and was sister of house Mrs Ullle Booth, both of Comer, Ga.

;Jj!! Kosygin, but rot Brezhnev. the drive James mother Jelks at Alpha, who Chi was Omega a and Bars Perrin of Pelia, S. C.; MENS OR

3EIIATS UP? Campaign headquarters are Sorority in Gainesville for 10 grandchildren and 20 great
it 410 NW 13th St. grandchildren. c
A secrond show business personality pears. ,
Mrs LADIES
I At the time of her death,
before
appeared Friday Scott was housemother for SI 1 1i 1- Lanier School
In Fires
federal grand Jury
a Big Univer
i ma Chi at Florida State .
Kansas City. sit '. Broken Into
Singer Frank Sinatra, accom- ) i
.
wnied by two lawyers, made anEarlong The parents el ReuseS IManon. PlagueChicago JOHN HAYMANS I

; appearance before the 11, blind since birth, John 0. Haymans, n. Orange Burglars broke Into the Sid- SUITS

Sty.: Sinatra's !friend Sammy recently received a telephone Heights, a lifetime resident of icy Lanier School, 311 NW I
Mole flew In from New York company bill for $:!* for long Alachua County, died last weekin lath Ave, Friday night, stealing -

JJursday, spent nearly two'hours distance calli. They lea raed Miami $5 In change and causing

with the grand jury, and that Russell, always Interested CHICAGO (AP) Forty-four He was a retired SeaboardAir 171 damage to. soft drink

Burned to New York immeditivly la weather made condition the calls believing firemen were Injured and an' Line Railroad depot agent machine. I
elsewhere of the Baptist Gainesville police) said the
by plane. tree. The estimated million dollars worthof and member I
:=Justice Department officials they were cancelled thebill. Christmas toys and goods church. thieves pried open a windowto '

jsve refused to disclose the na- phone company I' devoured by flames Friday Survivors Include two sisters, gain entrance.

4ure of the Investigation.SUCCESSOR) night and Saturday In a fin Mrs. Elsie Kite of Miami and 'I "

: SENTENCED (hours which raged through out of a control mammoth for 17 Mrs. A. E. Evans of Hawthorne Navy Rccruit Oil IK I W

Sir Richard Hull has been.I Oklahoma Supreme Court warehouse. EARL NOVIXGER Earl L. Na Team Due Here
FLEMLNGTON -
Justice Earl Welch, 7J, w..ntenced -
named chief of* Friday to three years In I Most of the clty'i firemen and vlnger, 71. riemington, died Friday SINGLE I <

the. British De- and fined 113,500 In US equipment were called out to In Gainesville following an The Officer Programs Team 25
prison
!battle the fire which declared .
was
r from the V. S.
Staff. District Court for federal Income extended Illness.A Navy Recruiting
Ell struck out at 143 a.m. Abilene Kan he Station in Jacksonville
, 17, takes tax evatlon. native of will visit
Sler the job on His Mtornrys gave ,,,like of Momenta later extra alarms moved to riemington In 1921 the University of Florida this
with were sounded for two other He a member week. 2 More *
It intent to appeal. from Orlando. was or ea. 22
wink of field fJ'Jy Welch remained free on $1,000 blazes at an empty warehouseand of the Fairfield Presbyterian The group will be at the Florida .
a railroad loading dock and
He re- Church. Union Tuesday through Friday .
:marshal. appeal bond after Harper de- the firemen
fl c.s.Admlrlll weary were again Survivors Include five sons, for testing and InterviewIng
trial on
.niod a motion for a new called Into action.
Urd Montbat- of evading more Roy and Glenn Novinger of prospective officer can '

test Hull than the charges(13,000 during 1H741.Snowstorms By noon Saturday, t fire department Oxford, Aaron and Walter No didates. Applications win be accepted ALL DRY CLEANING DONE ON
official said aQ three PREMISES
singer of Kokomo Ind.. and from senior male students
., 1 ,Urn were under control and Carl Novinger of Red&k. Fla.; and Junior and ten ler 4

arson squads were on Uxscenes. twe daughter Mrs. Georg, women students.ExEnvoy. LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOUNo.

Gainesville SunkItIIsed Neal Jr. ot WUItston and Mrs

By TIlE ASSOCIATED: PRESSA The latest outbreaks brough'to Ernest Slog of Oklawaha Fla.; Dies No. 1 No. 2One No. 3 No. 4

*tr,ningt nno major snowstorm piled up five the number of majorfires two sisters. Mrs. W. K. Lott ol( -

ond Sundoy (ram.mq. .. huge drifts In sections: of Wyoming that have broken out on Orlando and Mrs. Ralph Witt ) -
by th. CatrawillT P.lOt\ the South Side In November DARMSTADT. Germany (AP) Hour OneHour One
SIjtnd and Colorado Saturday, lama of Tallahassee. 23 grandchildren -
*>ioo Godwsvills The city has been plagued by aa.vere -Former Test German Foreign HourMortiniting
Place Florida, but hi many areas the 10111I and 3 grcatfrandcluldrtiu Mortinising Hour
end entwdd a Mcond cleMof earth received no mois drought and less than Minister Heinrlch Von Brentano Cleaners Mortiniiing
.w,., toe foil ttMce et I parched one-half Inch of rain has fallen died Saturday. lie was N. 319 NW
aw.v/lle/ Fierda.CIRCULATION ture. in the past 41 days. REV. E. P. DUBOSE He succumbed after a long 130( NW U4 N. 3444 W.

IATM IT Travel was batardoui 11 Fire officials originally end FORT WHITE Rev. E. Perry ailment that bad kept him out Utki S*. 10th A... Maid; St. U. "I. Ave

"Z CAMII OR MAIL heavy snow and poof visibility mated the damage to the long- Dubose. 71, prominent retired -of politics since last year.

I Wt.1. IS..esMs. .IS"All forced the closing of U.s. U burning warehouse at $3f million -. Fort White Minister, died Brentano helped shape West I, ALL PLANTS OFFER ONE-HOUR DRY CLEANING AND

?_ over the Big Horn Mountains but later revised the estimate Saturday at Ms borne followingan Germany's position In world

mall iut> trletlon' worn between Sheridan and CreybulL to f I million. extended UlMsa. affairs for au years until INI FAST SHIRT LAUNDERING

be Member weld M advance.at Audit (ureau etQrcukMMrv Wyo.More But Louis GoMbtatt, president Survivors Include his wife, when be wu replaced M head

than a foot of snow fell l of GoUblatt Brothers department Mantle M. of Fort White: five of the foreign office by Gerhard Pie.. hetp' we serve Tea hatter by clasps b.wlss; y.ar 4.1... receire .It"
"
"M ,As/MM .r.M.ehd A.nu.h.e,5 -Mr.M ..la. at Burgess Junction, Wyo., anda stores, which owned the mm, Leonard Bert and EdwinP Schroeder DO..T. 'OIGIT We PH-SPOT MOIHraoo tt.at ye.

ell wadre0 CAM.-,. leI l54A1dr.gees ground blizzard kept snowplows warehouse said the inventor all ., Fort White Steve Du-I OdarUu dry cWe..mf FRESH AS A 'LOWII-IH eery eewlee we drycleea
m M- M W from opening the highway stored there amounted to well boN of Lake City and Melvin Forty-thrte American companies JUST ONE HOUI.PEOPLE .

:.--:...::.-: .: ::....: I. over SIS million K. IXbose of Orals four daugh- make automobile Jacks. I

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Missing Near Fairbanks I I
...... Accident Roundup Ralf L. Sherouse 414 NW 36th 21st t St., Henry C. Brown III,
Involved In accidents report St and Donald R. D e a tin. 215 NW 16th Ave. and Eloise C,
A S3 year old man, described At the time of his disappearance ed by the Gainesville Police Department 215 NE!: 4th St., at 1:37: a.m. Fri- Schultz, Atlanta, at 1.06 a. m.1 I.
but as "mentally," retarded Allen was wearing a dark and the Alachua Coons day in the 1700 block of W. UnIversity Friday at NW 13th St and 11th
harmless has been missIng I
from a farm near Fair-I shirt, brown pants and tan load ty Sheriff Office during the, Ave.Joseph Road. I
banks since late Wednesday ers. He is about I. feet 6, past 36 hours were: E. Fowler 1120 SE!: Anna L. Ahren. 2224 NE Ith
v 121 David Jones, cm NW Ith Ter, and C J. Bush, 1011 SE
afternoon, the Sun learned Saturday pounds and bald, accordingto
Crofton.He Ave and a parked car, at midnight UF GricMcrs 2nd Ave, at 1 p.m. Saturday at cuaUTY fi fiII
Friday the Alachua
2224 NE 9th Ter. OISCOUNt -
The man, Everett Allen, who said Allen is mentally retarded -General Hospital parking lot.
was visiting at the home of Lem but definitely not dan- John E. Farmer, 1025 NE 3rd To SpeakIn Fire Calls j II
Crofton on Montocha Road eight gerous. Ave. and Harold A. Smith, lllf At 5:49 p.m. Friday, an auto ''li it ijlgha, III I
miles northwest of Galnesvlll NE 4th St., at 7:13 p.m. Fridayat Williston fire in the Gainesville Shopping rw
Municipal Airport, apparently I Researchers at' Rutgers University W. University Ave and 3rd Center. Minor damage.
wandered Into a heavily wooded WILLISTON -Three University
area Wednesday. i have found that the St.Richard of Florida football players
D. Smith Jr.,3620 Ar' Folklore: Eating pudding and
Alachua County Sheriff's pos-'more educated you are, the cher Road and Sting Yun Lu will talk to member and guestsof milk will make your hair curly. 7P.M
semen have searched the area 'more likely you are to drink. 2041 NE 12th St, at 5:31: p.m. the First Baptist Church of You will live longer if you sleep to
around Crofton's farm In c o n- Over half those with grammar Friday at W. University Ave.; Williston tonight. with your head to the north. To
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CONSCIENCEOF MAULD1N- ON TilE RlGII'E



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University City'V; R IIIR10L1,Vie.Mrr lw.d .tf M. By WILLIAM F.

Ycrtbep Mnctirf lei TAITAeUONI, ) Texas, II aU of I sudden
City,
VIM rmUMt DM Clrwlxm' MM..... RALPlOicGILlT President Johnson of Johnson of
r>IHMT PHM "....., r....... The chanlles In thCl.composltJon
THE STOPS POLICY M Ik* 6u...., Congress art Johnson probably -
could wish for Lyndon
1. Report Ihe news fully W JmparHolly hi the news (DI_ 'ThrowOut ambitious President Republican bad been beaten SOO

Cxprtu the Opinions of the Sun I Irv-but only In-.dllorlali. wishes every single and the enormous lead the
3. Pufallih ell .ld.. of Important conUov.nlol ''nu... the Senate Is 2-1 Democratic 1If/1tepresenlatives, has not only
held in the House

The Sun's telephones: All departments 3781111I 'The tr' II't Increased Johnson Democrlll 11, precisely concerned the; and rigs he guys baa only were left beaten to worry, as far about as

oldtimers like Howard Smllb. and
a few of the Democratic
who stand although resolute, nevertheless now

Freedom From Armed Fanatics Life Line'Former easily Otto Passman overwhelmable, as minor distractions between' him and

the realization of all his Yearns.

President Elseh- What are these dreams

It't a touchy subject, we know, but Well we don't like governmental bower, speaking from Geor
Mr. PresI-
SOCIETY, sub! Yes yes,
the violence and death In Mississippi red tape either.. We have spent a gia where he was vacationing WHY.but THE the campaign GREAT Is over and the time draw near to

and elsewhere, and the memory of good part of our lives fighting it, ; Governor Scranton, reporting can dent the rhetoric and be concrete. We know that we are at

President Kennedy'a assassination and we would pot want to see the from Pennsylvania; t war with poverty and with ill health and that we shall never

"good guys"-that is, the sportsmen and Richard M. Nixon, from 4 surrender; and we suspect that it is going to be a very

nearly a year ago leads one to won- and other legitimate gun purchasers New York, each called for a trb long war indeed. But what else, other than step up the antipoverty f
der whether some sensible and move in the direction of ocUblog
gun -harrassed by restrictions. But isn'tIt new Republican "image." program, 1 I'
EUREKA! WE CAME OUT AHEAD! medicine, does President Johnly. -
!
registration plan ought to be time these -
adopted "good guys" got together Mr. Eisenhower wants to son plan to ClOT

by the next Florida legislature. and worked out some reasonable escape from the various ex- DEFEATED GOLDWATER? It Is of course misleading to

system of registry which ''Would tremist views, including the suggest that great bureaucracies

The question keeps coming up at protect them, and the rest of us too segregationist coloring the cannot find enough to do
from the the party took on under Senator on that subject Park Inson's
nearly every session. A gun registration phsychopath or punk
Goldwater. He asks a returnto 'Socialist' PressBy Law Is absolutely binding 1 ,
plan has been fought off by who buys a mail-order rifle or pistol. Lincoln's princIplesand that work suggests itself equalto

sportsmen and firearms dealers who There are laws which regulate the an escape from "ultra ex- the amount of money available

understandably Reek to avoid entanglement sale of drugs, boats automobiles, securities tremism. Gov. Scran to n RICHARD WILSON of what h. believes. When Home ownership Is at an to perform it. But
with government. Lately thinks the unfortunate imageof Chief Cowles a booklet was issued duringthe alltime high. Private savings apart from the housekeeping
they have been joined by the John -practically everything, in the Republican party is one Washington Bureau campaign clarifying Gold- have zoomed. It Is to be chores of monster government -
fact, except a lethal weapon and the of "exclusiveness." Mr. Nix doubted If the ownership of
Birch Society which advised the St. WASHINGTON Column versial subjects, that was what might L Y D don
ammunition with which a hoodlumor on was quoted by a magazineas ists and the news media water views on some contro- private resources even before Johnson do to leave his markon
Petersburg members to buy gum saying that Goldwater allowed gen- universal In this coun-
perhaps'a frightened Communistor erally are getting more credit published, too. was as destiny, now that the weapons
"now" for men, women, and children the nuts to take over
some hysterical John Bircher than they deserve for Sena- try. art all at his disposal .

so that the "patriots" could fight off might slaughter innocent people. The the party. tor Goldwater's defeat. As a THE NEWS MEDIA cov- Never before have so many It Is a bizarre suggestion,

Communists sure to be emboldened word "freedom" means different columnist and author himself, ered Goldwater intens v.1 y people had equity rights in but I think one ought seriously -
OTHER
by the Johnson victory at the polls. REPUBLICANvoices the Senator made a substantial during the campaign and private pension systems, to to meditate on the thesis
things to different people. from across the nation contribution to his own even he concedes they did a nothing of their rights in that in the future, the princi-
say
The Birch Society members, the The extremists talk about freedom Join be In demands tossed out that a lifeline the defeat and he may be an ex- good Job. He reserves bis I the publicly financed system. pal reforms may very well
to "col-
"Minutemen and other irrational and pull ception to the above general- criticism for unnamed The Issues In labor disputes have to come from the left in
urge members to buy guns party from the seas of defeat umnists" who, he says, attacked much about American politics.The .
right-wing extremists, seem to fear and more guns. Floridians of moderate and repudiation. For years Ity. him unfairly. He was today center as likelihood
For it was less what the equity rights in private pen- Is very remote -
ANY government at all, even state- political philosophy would enjoy the ultra conservatives had news media said about Sena- given the opportunity every sion systems and other bene- that the Republicans

level government. Apparently they some freedom from the possibilityof !been given demanding a chance the to nation choose.be tor Goldwat than what he hour reach for the at least American two monthsto voting fits as in wages. will organize Congress again

want absolute freedom to buy, sell, death or dismemberment by armed That choice was given. The said himself In "W h y Not charge at any time in the fonee-
answer
public, every
and maintain an arsenal of weapons fanatics at either end of the political answer was emphatic. Moderation Victory?" and "Conscience of against him, expound every HARDLY ANY of the apparatus able future. The tendency In

if it suits their fancy to do so. spectrum. is agaia necessary. a Conservative" that formed view he had. of true socialism I American politics during the
the public Image of reckless- exists. No fixed prices. N 0 past decades has been to .
Mr. Nixon referred to Pres- ness and extremism The residue he felt, that fixed wages. No government break the balance of things.

I DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTSVote's ident Johnson as the "Robert Yet the Impression I remains socialism Is about to descend ownership or control of the The Executive has drawnpower "

E Lee of political campaign and Is reflected !In upon us whether we know it chief productive facilities No out of all proportion to

tactics." The compliment was letters which columnists and or not Is apparently the Ideological government ownership of the what \It was Intended it should

earned. The President largely newspapers receive, that the basis on which he public transportation systems.No have The same is true of the
I AffirmationBy created and implemented the news media falsified Senator wishes to carry on his lead general government own Judiciary. Congress is reduced -

campaign strategy. He resisted Goldwater'i political posture. ership of the Republican Party. ership of facilities for production to a sea anchor of J'

save for one small- slip. This was stated In Its most This is possibly the thin- of electric power. A free sorts, a kind of American
the temptation to throw the l extreme form by Sen. Strom nest of all the issues that press, which is, owing to a House of Lords with the right
WALTER UrPMANN that l Is undesirable Nevertheless the vision ol be made i it the
springs Republicans the same sort of Thurmond, who gave this ex- may again recent Supreme Court decIsion -
As the election camps I II n from Irreconcilable differences l a society, In which all < o nnIcll mud that was being thrown at planation of the Goldwater de- Johnson leadershipV the on libel, freer than at to a suspensory veto, good 4

recedes Into the distance, we Ideology, religion and can be reconciled Is him and his vice presidential feat: Democratic Party today. any time In history. only for slowing things down "
race. The white supremacists deep In the souls of Americans nominee. for a session or two.
can begin to see more clearly are an extremist sect who Here is the myitlc l We have not had 'a president It would seem unnecessary THE DEMOCRATIC PAR.TY'S I
"IT
In the WAS HIE' NEWS
what It was about. contend that the survival of chord of memory, of which Mr. Johnson's almost total/ media In more than 30 years to mention these obvious edge Is overwhelming,
and radical
An left-
I extreme
of the bawling ,
midst the white rice depends on Its Abraham Lincoln spoke. To triumph had many results. who so openly supported the facts, except that they are Ignored and is becoming increasingly
It seemed to manyto wing element controls! network
brawling supremacy over a subjugated It Americans respond when One was that It removed him making of private profits by those who pursue institutionalized. It is Infantile
be din and blur 1 *, big newspapers and
mere from the shadow from private enterprise. It
Nero race they are Jolted out of the routine of the magnificent the socialism phobia.
only a shallow and a magazines, and they are determined to suppose that the disparityIs
offering Extremist doctrines and materialism their John y, Kennedy. The Is, Indeed, the fact that his
appealnot !
sterile choice But In retrospect to take this coun- own family has made a big This Is bound to be a weak the result of the nomina-
President
had
view of only to pride and prejudice dally lives. In the recent election shouldered the to socialism. slanted tion of Senator Go I dwater.
In the clearer Kennedy try They profit that provides a basis Issue against the. Johnson
hindsight, It Is becoming evIdent also, In to some hate ind degree envy to, but the water campaign jolted the Senator conscience Gold.of brought It through program to triumph.and falsified and m"1 squotedGoldwater'a for criticism of the President. dominated Democratic Party, The Democrats have been

that the choice was profound But, having done position. Private profits have snared in Just as it was a weak Issuein growing far faster than the
worldly wisdom of quite civilized the gnat mass of Americana so loyally
ind that it was pregnant and decent people.I and President Johnson struck and In personal commitment, Thus It must be assumed the past few years. In spiteof the recent presidential Republicans, and the polariza- ,
with the central affirmation that Senator Thurmond, and campaign. The reconstructionof lion continues. It Is by no
They find It hard to believe the mystic chord of he then demonstrated his own the Income tax many great 'I t
of the American way of memory It Is possibly others, think i that new fortunes have been the Republican Party will means inevitable that the Republicans -
that the persistent conflicts to which they respond.In prowess. possible now to .
David Sarnnff, Frank Stanton formed. Ownership of e o m- be a shaky structure If !It Is will never again be
assert with confidence
are not Insoluble. In all societies the current political jirgon that
life.The choice was between the and throughout recorded the name for the old I had not an assassin so brutally Newbold John Cowles Nnyes, Job, Gardnerand n R. man stocks has spread wlde- based on such concepts. the majority party; but it Is

politics of extremism and the history, there have been American dream of harmony removed President Ken Knight. Mrs. Katherine Graham altogether possible.
politics of consensus, and In persistent conflicts of class, la the politics of concensus. nedy, he would have won a Walter Especially possible If the

the difference between them religion and race: Is It not It has been a dramatic coincidence good voctory In the recent Arthur, Ochs Sulzberger Llpp man, Mrs n, Sun qUo tables' r the eek leadership of the Democratic

there was at stake the Iden- Utopian and soft headed to that when the politicsof election. But Is Is unlikely he Oveta Hobby, Roy and Jack Party exercises its powers in

tity of this country.EXTREMISM suppose that In the real world consensus was challenged could have won on anything Howard, Henry Luce, William a pragmatic way, preempting
such conflicts cm be composed by an extremist the defender like so broad a base as that Randolph Heirs, Jr. are ASTI.L TELLECTUAL from the Republicans the
In of its ? That Is be achieved by Mr, Johnson.PRElfDEN1' nausea of its most acute
any why the extremists happened to a man who Is others "ex com
Is the
an this
among many It wad National Education Week and impression -
forms rests always on who always know In a conspicuously successful plaints.
many treme, radical, left wing ele of Lake Butler tot who was asked how she liked
a belief that some conflict their hearts that they cannot harmonlzer of conflicting In- JOHNSON! Is, ment." a teacher I have in mind such possibilities -
"I don't like It. .It makes un-
within a society 1s Irrecon be wrong, have much more terssts. In a very real sense, the first This is farcical. But any kindergarten: my is lie before Lyndon

cilable. There la, therefore, respect for opposing extremists professionally prepared man one who travelled far In the happy. Johnson. Then ire, it items
no solution of the conflict except than for the contemptible AS A RESULT, although It to hold the nations highest presidential campaign could e 5 to me, several pieces of legislation -

the deatructlon of one or sentimental visionaries In the sounds Utopian and unworldly office. No man his come to not help being astonished at that most urgently

the other contending groups. mushy middle. to talk In the abstract of Pennsylvania Avenue as well the number of Intelligent and LIVELY CORPSES need passing One would control

In On world of the extremists harmonising all conflicting Interests prepared. We are a political presumably well Informed Heard over the public address system at Citizen's Field the excesses of organized

there can be no solutionof THE AMERICAN DREAM, In the person of nation. We are governed by people who seem to think I during half time of the most recent Gainesville High foot- labor such wanton disregardof

Important Issues by con- the promise of American life, Lyndon Johnson! It does not men who are elected from that socialism Is Just aroundthe ball game: "And now, ladies and gentlemen, Introducingthe the rights of the community
ciliation and consent. There his always been the revolu- teem unreal and unworldly at the lowest office to the high "
corner. lovely young ladles of the GHS majorette corpse. as Is being shown in De-
must always be a winner anda tionary and (lit has always 1 all because In fact It Isn't est. Fortunate Indeed Is the There la room for doubtthat troit where in New York
as
loser. The conflict must always been argued) the unworldly Lyndon Johnson Is very far country, state, or city that hasa any presidential c a n di- 5 e II months the newspapers
end In unconditional conviction that within a free from being an unworldlyman. president, governor, or mayor date received at the hands of THE SHOULDER ago
STRAIGHT FROM closed down by the
surrender. There Is no such society ill Interests can be Indeed, the politics ofeonsinsus who understands how to get the news media a fuller and are
thing is the harmonizing of conciliated by persuasion and is practicedby things done In. climate of more complete exposition of This week's award for the most artful piece of sidestepping labor unions even though a)
willing
interests satisfied by consent. Nobodycan him Includes the use of political partisanship and his views than Senator Gold. goes to Dean Lester Hale of the University of Florida. the public wants and Is

Thus, Marxist Leninism Is pretend that the American quite worldly means to overcome competition.Mr. water This began with the The articulate dean was asked by students to comment ona to pay for newspapers,

an extremist doctrine which nation has always fallowed the conflict and posh Johnson correctly comprehended widespread publication In Installment rumor that the trimester system will be abolished Em- and b) newspaper owners

has at Its core the dogma this dream or that, and pull the contenders to- that the nation was form of the fullest phatically and fearlessly, the dean replied, "Yes, I can say are willing to pay prices
that all the evils of poverty even when It tried to follow gether. interested in It dues' exposition he has ever given to you factually that there Is such a rumor." which c) printers and pressmen
peace.
and oppression arise from an It, It has realized the dream. Our people have, I think, not want war. It does not In various parts of the

Irreconcilable conflict between One of the worst civil wars understood this. They art not wish carelessness In handlIng !- I country would be willing to
the capitalist class and In history was fought by too fastidious to have been I accept. What keeps these
nuclear It does
class. Fascism Americans and In the 100 reassured rather than off weapon. three parties from producing
the proletarian put
not like Castro or Cuba, but
and Nazism ire extremist years since then the cause by the spectacle of I worldlyman It prefers that we take a Voice of the People newspapers It the union shop

doctrines which h a v e at which was victorious has not pursuing their a n dent slower way to with Cuba ; and the picket line. No Republican
cope
their core the belief that all yet been fully ,achieved. dream. and avoid i U. S. Invasion. la going to be able

It Is a nation that hopes away to remedy that situation. Only
On The Sun's
POTOMAC FEVER can be found to contain Opinion Page--- m _the Democrats can. Another
example Is of count the farm
communism by talks and negotiations 0..sic..o (MiMiil* .< !.. Mtftn se ..11! to tilt V.... .. tM ?.*.lot .*.U... L4trtm problem. What and
honorably conducted ... be *"..< t4 k... Cbs wntw', ........ N..M will k. ltklMM It _M*.... A ...... ikwMtiCM Democrat
By JACK WILSON Cowlea Washington Bureau rather than by war threats. < SCO words .114 HUM. be vntTM M .." side. at tin *._. N...v ...*.< k. uttt TkSm when, will get up and suggest
The country is mwvw .*. *. ..'.', _.>|M w that farm subsidies be reduced
offer prosperous.
Britain turns down Red China's to buy a fleet of long-range jet air- ,_.
They told the Chinese to go fly their kites. The people hope It can be say, to a maximum of
planes.
-- kept that way The people do Tells Moth( 'cs and friends alike about Christ. has undergone a heart change 17 000 per family?

Harry Truman and Dwight EUenhower are co-chairmen of a birth control want a Social Security Sys Many times It Is not a pleasant whereby he ha* acquired a LYNDON JOHNSON: has

Both promised not to have any children while on dul.,. tem. They are disturbed by Of EvangelicalsEDITOR task as far as the way compassionate heart which I historical opportunities, and
group. -- problems, but they want them in which the bearer receivesthe aches to speak of what Christ there is something to be said

Astronomer Fred Hoyle says Inhabitants of another planet map tell ua by' approached professionally and Sun: Recently werds. SometimesIt has done for him and can do for the man's ambition. As a

television how to avoid boredom. You mean like by not watching! TV not with irresponsible cur- you printed a letter from a means the loss of friends for you. politician he has done very
-- t." mother who wrote about her severe scorn, lad In early without knowing the persons weD. very well Indeed but

A study shows that you can predict which aix-year.olds will turn out to be de child having been approachedby Christian days It meant death who approached your nothing spectacular considering
linquents. And whatever the prediction they're breathing regularly watch MR. JOHNSON and the evangelicals who sought for many who spoke Still the child, I can still tell you that the objective state of affairs
Democratic party, therefore to Impart their beliefs to the evangelical believes t h e Bi they love both you and your when he came into office
out. attained an linage. It la (even child. ble. child, and care very much .

Goldwater vacations on a beautiful Caribbean island He was right He said though the fact of it makes I would like to answer that He believe the words of whether or not you have experienced If !he wants other than curto0t'J

off the East Coast and let it float out to sea-and they did, and it turned DM many extremists of apoplectic', letter and perhaps shed some Christ related I to as In John the "a e w birth." mention to the history
Image a careful conservative The
who
law people work at the books he
light on the matter. 3 J. 'Jesus answered aid might consider the
out fine responsible party work of child evangelism are challenge of reform
I think It Is Interesting to said unto him. verily, verily effecting
led by a man who alto Is reipomiblt deeply commuted
witnessing
to
note what causes the evarvgelkal I say unto DIM except a man where reform hi needed wills-
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturer' Co. report record earning!. Stockholders and at the center of about the personal "new
to approach P e. pie be bora again lit cannot seethe out reference to left or right.
the nickname from M.M.M. to m-m-m. the national mood. birth" that
changed comes through be-
hate about their faith. The evangelical kingdom of God. n follows Reform la not a synonym for
Hence Mr. Eisenhower'scry Is a believer bi the that Christ commissioned Luring that Christ died for leftward ho'. and the first

It would be a mistake for the governors to keep Goldwater out of their! for i new Image-echoed Bible. As a result of this belief every diratiaa to you. Democrat .la power who recognizes

meetln Who's going to Interpret for them if somebody shows up who can't by all those moderate Republicans the evangelical Is motivated speak about the "Dew birth.'* Please understand. this will go down b:gla

speak anything but republican who survived to span strangers The truly bon again believer MRS. J. R. THAYER the I history boob.4A .



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( News of Special Interest Floyd King, Sr., who Is( tiling .'

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THEIISOUTHI )\ 'ar I To the Colored Community Williams, reporter. '


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M DOaNq IOU 1AatAOUOMe; i It was stated In a news .t" .;;':' = ... i\\. [GUEST SPEAKERThe slonary I Baptist Association
vies thu/eeel led (111' .-_ i By RALPH McGILL I II IIaa 'I item yesterday in the Gainesville ; Gainesville Women for with Rev, T. D. Davis, moderator -
,.
THE ot h'M'1M. waee,Owl .e......2sI Sun that Rev. W. M. Ferguson ,, Equal Rights will meet Tuesday will be held at the New
SUN'S POLICY minister of t h. M t I ( evening at I p m. at the {Hope Baptist Church at Willis
Pleasant Methodist Church -' i Carmel Baptist Church, conner ton Nov
1. Report tfit news fully and impartially In wit news column' ThrowOut 20 at 7.J0'p.At.and:
2. Exprtu the opinion of the Sun I In-tut only/ In- 'lOrlol.. had pledged $100.00 to the Unit! \ of NW Fourth St. and Fifth also Nov. 22 both morotngs'atr
3. Publlth all sides of Important controversial Issues ed Fund Drive. Rev Ferguson .6. ;S, : Ave, Dr, A. A. Abraham, Diretor 10 wean and afternoon at'S'St:

has given favorable expressions a pi.. of the Test Service Bureau p.m. Mrs Alice Ulmer ',i tt t e-
The Sun's telephones: All departments 3781411 The regarding the United l .
Fund but will refer the matter! i ., ." ... .. will speak on second vies president;.."Mr J.
to his congregation before f .. "Achievement and Problems; Hattie rrtmos! recording seers*
Life making pledges for himself or of Achievement of Negro( Students tary: Mrs. Esther W. Hamm

I Freedom From Armed Fanatics Line'Former the was dwell.made Evidently In a conversationover this error In Florida." [reporter. ., ;

Dr. Abraham Is the'authoof
President the telephone. All other "
It'i a touchy subject, we know, but Well, we don't like governmental Eisenhower statements In the article were] the recently published study LACROSSE NEWS ? ,rWomea'a :
,
speaking from Georgia
[entitled 'They Came to Col Day Set, :U'.
the violence and death in Mississippi red tape either. We have spent a where he was vacation- [correct. W. L Souder lege" which presents material N I I Women's Day observance."wlH

and elsewhere, and the memory of good part of our lives fighting it, ing; Governor Scranton, re- NOTICE SOUDERIANNIVERSARY gathered over a four year;rib* held at the St. Paul Baptist

( President Kennedy's assassination and we would not want to see the porting from Pennsylvania; The Friendly Choirs' Union|( period from his study of college Church today, ,. .

"good guys"-that is, the sportsmenand and Richard M. Nixon will render Its Services end freshmen. The ichedule of services Is ai
nearly a year ago, leads one to won from program, entitled -|, today bring to an
other legitimate gun purchasers New York each called for anew "Choirs In parade" at]14 years for Rev Wesley L Following Dr, Abrsham'i; follows:
i der whether some sensible gun -harrassed by restrictions. But isn'tit Republican "image." the Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church Souder, (above) as ministerof speech, a panel 1 composed Mrs. Chalty Williams will be

registration plan ought to be adopt. time these "good guys" got together today at S p.m. Musical and the Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion of Susan Lovkhart and ilthe principal speaker at 11 s m.
Mr. Eisenhower wants to literary numbers will highlightthe Church, of this city. In connection James Gloster, students at the' .. U A. Tlllman will be
ed by the next Florida legislature.The and worked out some reasonable the principal speaker at S .m.
from p
escape the various extremist occasion. with serving his e bur e h University of Florida, will comment
system of registry which would views, including the Following the program, re- he has worked with various other on the subject and the Mrs. Mary Dell will also be

question keeps coming up at protect them, and the rest of us too, segregationist coloring I Iht freshments will be served. F.', activities of the city. Re v. speakers will then answer questions the principal speaker at 3 p.m,

nearly every session. A gun registration from the phsychopath or the punk party took on under Senator G. Wingale, Sr., president t ; ,Souder and family are mailing from the floor. Th meetIng t. The public is Invited

plan has been fought off by who buys a mail-order rifle or pistol. Goldwater He asks a returnto Mrs. F. D. Shannon, secretary definite plana to live here as to open to th* public ,. TO APPEAR" .. */*
Lincoln's principle.and ; Mrs. A. M. Prldgtn l permanent residents. -_ "
sportsmen and firearms dealers who, There are laws which regulate the an escape from "ultra ex- chairman of program committee BOOKS TIE The Ntw Salem Baptist I

understandably, seek to avoid entanglement sale of drugs, boats, automobiles, se- tremism." Gov. Scranton ; Mrs. G. U Souder, report PATIENT VETERANS 1IOS. ""The Wizard of 0." by L Church choir will remiss a musical
with government Lately thinks the unfortunate imageof er. PITAL Frank Baum and "The Black program at the St. Luke
curities-practically in
they have been joined by the John everything, the Republican party to one Rev. J. S. Shannon, well Stallion" by Walter Farley received !AMt Church today, Nov, 13,
Birch Society, which advised the St. fact, except a lethal weapon and the of "exclusiveness." Mr. Nix- FLORIDA MEMORIAL known minister, Is a patient In the same number o f|[ tJpm. __
Petersburg members ammunition with which a hoodlumor on was quoted by a magazineas GETS SEARS GRANT the Veterans' Hospital at Lake votes to lie for first place 1 In The public Is ted'l.q"?
to buy run."now" saying that Goldwater allowed ST. AUGUSTINE An un :
perhaps a frightened Communistor the Santa F* Regional Library's s
for men, women, and children, some hysterical John Bircher the nuts to take over restricted grant of $500 was City.Rev.. Mr Shannon's friends I ,election To celebrate both National WOMEN'S DAY PROGRAM
so that the "patriots" could off the party. made to Florida Memorial College SET
fight might slaughter innocent The hope that he will soon retain Children's Book Week
people.
Communists sure to be emboldenedby here Nov. t by the Sears; his health. and Election Day, 384 boys and The women of the Friendship

the Johnson victory at the polls. word "freedom" means different OTHER REPUBLICANvoices Roebuck Foundation, FMCj !girls! In grades I K visited the Baptist Church are sponsoring
things to different people. from across the nation President R. W. Purytar has I SLATES MEETINGThe : Region's libraries between November their Annual Woman's

The Birch Society members the join In demands that a life announced. Youth Progressive Choirs 1 and 7'to cast their) Day program on the fourth Sunday
The extremists talk about freedom the
line be tossed out to pull the Making presentation on I Union will render Its mOD t bly ballot for their favorite book. of this month-
"Minutemen, and other irrational and urge members to buy guns party from the seas of defeat behalf of the Sears Roebuck program at the Emanuel Bap.' In the balloting at Carver Library I The principal speaker will la

right-wing extremists, seem to fear and more guns. Floridians of moderate and repudiation. For years Foundation was local representative list Church with Rev. T. D. Davis the winner was "MagicBy Mrs. Mahle Dorsey, homomak.
R. D. Weeter.The .
ANY government at all, even state- political philosophy( would enjoy the ultra conservatives had grant to FMC one, pastor, Wednesday at I the Lake" log teacher at Lincoln High 1
was
level been demanding the nation be pm. Jerome Scott, president ti : School the occulon.
government. Apparently they some freedom from the possibilityof of made this week by the ; on
given a chance to choose.: many : Mrs. Gladys Johnson, reporter Youth Services Everyone I Is Invited to attend.
want absolute freedom to buy, sell, death or dismemberment by armed That choice Sears Roebuck Foundation to

F" and maintain an arsenal of weaponsif fanatics at either end of the political answer was emphatic.was given.Moderation The private colleges and universities NOTICE I Youth services will be con 40th
ANNNERSARY IUCCESy
the ducted st the Mt. Zora Baptist -
throughout
it suits their fancy to do country
so. spectrum. to again necessary The Mt. Olive AME.: Church rut -
the total sum thus s 11 orate d Church during the day Sunda
Mr. Nixon referred to PresIdent being $700,000, Wester stated.Of I will worship and fellowship with:ss follows: morning wnrihlp at The 4flth annlvtrstry of the
j DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTSVote's Johnson as the "Robert this, M.OOO went to eight Zion Tempi AME.: Zion It a m.r), and evening worship Woman's Missionstjf Band
E. Lee of political campaign private Institutions of higher I Church today at UO: p.m. I .t '.30 pm. which began Monday at the

I' tactic" the compliment was learning In Florida.Purpose The sermon will be delivered' Th. public Is Invited. \Oil's Nurstry, cam to a
earned. The President/ largely of this program he by Rev, E.: D. Arnold, and the close en Wednesday and wis

' Affirmation' created and implemented the stated Is systematically!! to help, Mt. Olive choir will ling I It VOTERS LEAGUE I successful.Th .

campaign strategy. He resisted such Institutions meet their 1 MEN'S DAYMen's ,, The 'Alnchua Count' I,Voters I tttcndsnca was good',.
save for one small allp, financial needs. No strings are t League will sponsor( a special, -- .
the temptation to throw at the attached to the grants, the recipients Day observance will be citation program at tilt Duva WOMEN'S: DAY
By WALTER LIPPMANN that Is undesirable springs Nevertheless, the vision of Republicans the same sort of being left free to utilize held at the Bar I Hey Temple Elementary School auditorium Women's Day observance will
I. I from Irreconcilable differences i a society In which all conflicts mud that them u they see fit Methodist Church today. be held
at the
As the election campaign was being thrown at Guest on Tuesday, Nov 17, at I p m Shady Grove
,
of Ideology, religion and can be reconciled Is him and his In accepting the check presented pastors will be Nathaniel .
recedes into the distance, we vice presidential at which Urn 'certificates ; Primitive Baptist Church to
race. The white supremacists deep in the souls of AmerI- nominee. by Wetter President I Clark for the morning aerv-' ,
begin to see more clearly handed out by Sidney diY
cm extremist Ice; at 11 a mo, and John Dukes ***.
who declared
art an sect cans. Here to the Puryesr :
mystic
what it was about. In the tin, a member of the Th. schedule
of,
i and contend that the survival of chord of memory, of which Mr Johnson' almost total 'Florida' Memorial College i Is for the veiling services at I County Board of activities toat ,
of the bawling follows '
midst County
seemed to the white race depends on Its Abraham Lincoln spoke. To triumph had many results. indeed happy to be Included p.m. The morning speakers will mlssloners, to ] : //4'
brawling it manyto One that It In b* Prof. U B Bennett of Edwards persona In Will Willbe During UM morning worship
din and blur I supremacy over a subjugated It Americans respond when was removed him among this year's recipients rinds 13. 28 and 25 who
be mere from the shadow Waters College Jacksonville : I at 1 11 a m Mrs. Mtbl Porsey,
only a ihallow and a Negro race.Extremist they are jolted out of the routine of the magnificent the program of aid to private at ed with the recent voter '
offering John F. and Prof. John I a Home Economics teacher al
But In retrospect doctrines appealnot and materialism of their Kennedy. The colleges and universities l l Burgess tration: drive.
sterile choice. view of only to pride and preju- daily lives. In the recent election President had shouldered the which the Sears, Roebuck Foundation -,'of Richardson High School a I I Lincoln High School, will be
clearer i Christina
In the Mrs. Vlnson
evIdent dice, to hate and envy, but campaign, Senator Gold- Kennedy program and Is conducting on such s Lake City if I the guest\ speaker st 7 p m.
Is becoming
hindsight, it choice also In some degree to the water Jolted the conscience of brought It through to triumph.But liberal and far 1llhted basis l There will be a mat chorui :present a musical program online Mrs. Thelma Jordan, priorI-

that the It was profound worldly wisdom! of quit. civIlized the great mass of Americansand having done so loyally throughout the country" I of M voices, and the guest' occasion. I pal 1 1 of A. Q. Jones Elementary
that was
and central affirms preg- and decent people. President Johnson struck: and In personal commitment, Grants are made on a rotating I soloists are: Joe Welcome, W 1. Following the program, refreshments School will also' b* guest\ speaks (
nant with the of They find It hard to believe the mystic chord of memoryto he then demonstrated his own basis, so that eligible Institutions I Steven, Marlon Griffin, and :' will be served. U V. er during th. evening worship
tion of the American way that the persistent conflictsare which they respond.In prowess It to possible now to who did not get I Richard Andera. Prof. A. W.I1 Davis, president of Alsthus I H7 p.m.

life.The not Insoluble. In all societies the current political jar- assert with confidence that grants this year are In line for I Levy,.organist.. I bounty Voters League Th. public to liivll.d.Mis .
choice was between the and throughout recorded ion, the name for the old I had not an assassin to brutally a..islanrl_!n next vtar.. uunng uit evening services'
politics of extremism and the history, there have bee n American dream of harmony removed President Kennedy f n--.ddjti nio'the. nearly 1 special tribute will be paid |the

politics of consensus, and In persistent conflicts of class, Is the politics of concensus. he would have won a three-quarter million dollars I following citizens who hit *
the difference between them religion and race: to It not It has been a dramatic! coin good voctory in the recent distributed In direct grants mad contribution to our city:
there was at stake the identity Utopian and soft headed to cidence that when the politics election. But to to unlikely he this week, the Sears, 'Roebuck Willie Burgess Eddie Thompson .I 1i111//Oil j

of this country.EXTREMISM suppose that In the real world of consensus was challengedby could have won on anything Foundation will aim allocate Charles S. Chestnut, S r,. 8 tom)
such conflicts can be composed an extremist, the defender like so broad a base as that this year a total of tttO.OOO for[Chester Shell, Uriah G11L Ji*1
In any of Its ? That Is why the extremists happened to be a man who Is achieved by Mr. Johnson scholarships and other educational Duncan Sr., and Tom RoW.... a
many forms rests always on who always know In a conspicuously successful ) programs, bringing the The public to Invited .j ,
a belief that some COD fuel their hearts that they cannotbe harmonizer of conflicting In PRESIDENT JOHNSON! in. fund's total annual expenditure In the Sun :
within a society Is Irrecon- wrong, have much more terests. In a very real sense, the first to 11,500,000. NOTICE I "r .

cilable. There Is, therefore, raped for opposing extremists professionally' prepared man Dr..C W. Banks, Chair man I ., .l
no solution of the conflict except than for the contemptible AS A RESULT, although It to hold the nation's highest [NOTICE of the South East Branch Boys'' fly MAK: M ,
fIo'Oa.d
the destruction of one or sentimental visionaries )In the sounds Utopian and unworldly office. Nt man has come to The Church of God In Christ Club Committee, stressed the Jgl't'1:1(11tkLASII .
the other contending groups. mushy middle. to talk In the abstract of Pennsylvania Avenue as well Holiness Church of A l II II h ua Importance of the services II 1
In the world of the extremists harmonizing aD conflicting interests prepared. We are a political will render a special worship which win be provided by 1 Ih*I On October H the Lincoln : r Worthefl, and Mrs If
there ellI be no solution THE AMERICAN DREAM, In the peril of nation. We are governed by at Zion Temple Church todayat by the South East Boys' Club I ''rilfh school N. H. A. Chapter)I ins,
of Important Issues by con- the promise of American life, Lyndon Johnson It does not men who are elected from 4 pm. Branch. The Club will supply I [attended the district mtetilgit Wt'd lake to congratulate! forman
ciliation and consent. There has always been the revolutionary seem unreal and unworldly at the lowest office to the highest Rev Hugh Anderson and his guidance service, using piny d.. A. L Meban High School :i Amirrion for bela1 elect.ed .
must always be a winner anda and (It has always all because In fact It Isn't Fortunate Indeed to the (congregation win be In chargeof cst,, vocational, educational and In Alachua The candidates for 'i Back of the Week and Willie -

loser. The conflict must always been argued) the unworldly Lyndon Johnson to very far country stale, or city that has the services. Cider Sam Ban recreational activities si lot I Is[offices wen MM EdltJNt'- Carter Lineman of th *
end In unconditional conviction that within free from a ice", and Patricia Cobb Mae 'i Wets, Wt'd also lib to MI*
a being an us worldly president governor, or mayor sister minister of the Antioch for Inn ,uldall(:*. This service,
surrender. There to no such society all Interests can be man. Indeed, the politics of who understands how to get Holiness Church and his' members when started alter the first of.Edith McCoy seeking the eff ire ;I Ior I gralulnt! the Big Red Fighting

thing as the harmonizing of conciliated by persuasion and eosseasus as practicedby things done In a climate of wig associate with Elder nest year, will be near UV President of District 4; lhe'Terriers for a mil played t

interests. satisfied by consent Nobody him Includes: the use of political partisanship sad Anderson In this service. ter of the population of tilt am toowa, victorious In her sacs for I''i iithis game.
Thus, Marxist Leninism ban can: pretend that the American quite worldly means to overcome competition. making It easy Site all boys to office Patricia Cobb was! Tryouls were held for ID *
extremist doctrine which nation has always let the conflict and pith ,NOTICE attend. seeking UM office of State Par-1 Lincoln Players on coming
das at its con the dogma lowed this dream or t. a t. and pun the contenders together Mr. Johnson correctly! comprehended Rev. W, M. Ferguson, minister Since the South East BranBoys' |Uamntarlan; the wit ales vk> |production "Balcony It M."

that all the evils of povertysnd even when it tried to follow Interested In that the nation was and his church, the Mt. Club at one of Nv.re' 1 r1llU.. This. la s one act: melodramaby

oppression arise from an Jt, It has realized the dream. Our people have I think, not peace. It does Pleasant Methodist Church, will agencies In UM United Fund, lie I Another big event happening,I Donald Elarr The frame I
want It doss
Irreconcilable conflict between One of the wont civil wars understood Into. They arc not wish carelessness war. la not render a special worship and,urged the entire colored etmImunlty [with tile N H. A. WII the bvj'stallatlon rwtm knell with a recentctased ; "-
the capitalist class and In history was fought by too fastidious to have bees hand fellowship service at Zion Temple to support the United of their pew Officers; : man who" though tile *n- I
the proletarian class.\ Fascism Americans, and la t the 100 reassured rather than put off not big like nuclear Castro weapons.Cubs It does AME. Zion Church: 1 todayat [Fund .to UM best of Its tbllit !for the school year II 16; the 'lire: world>> loved I him. After tik
and Nazism are extremist years since then UM cause by the spectacle of a worldly or but I pm. i I ; (offices art as f>iO,'wsf Pf Islr1loVnf nesting "Ws funeral" h* finds
doctrines which II. v e at which was victorious has not man pursuing their a cleat slower It prefers thai wo take a Rev. Ferguson will preach I'CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT: : Ma Edith McCoy: PresIdent Ht how DAwtar- lie sctua lit f ).

their core the belief that all yet been fully achieved. dream. and avoid way a to U.cope S.with Invasion.Cuba from the them "The Key to i Church of God Prophecy [) elected: Jatkl Peterson; was.

It Is s nation that hopes Happiness.* The ML Pleasant t i 4709 Hawthorne Road Sunday,'vice;i President: C or a e l lliaIRawls. Winning parts to this production

POTOMAC FEVERBy can be found to contain away choirs win sing.\ 'I School! || s nj morning woe' ; Secretary* Lul. s art Cornell RjULf
communism by talks and negotiations These services win clone thecurrent IIIIJ, II a IlL; Young '.'1'I,'Welch; R/porter Dale! George; rain* Mmrierton, Willie Carter
eonftrtnc year, end I :ler'Y1et. 7.IS p m.; and Sunday, ;Chaplin: Esalar' Jackson !pn FVirtne Grant, WTbur Jtrlfan. .
honorably conducted
JACK WILSON, Cowlets Waahlagtosi Burn rather than the fourteenth year for Rev. W I mI. night evangelistic strvleti1 wits: Mrs M. Dnrtey, Mrs E. and Julia William The

Britain turns down China's offer to a fleet of long-range jet air. The country to by war prosperous.threats. .. Souder ss pastor ''I x ,m Night swvtc. We 4-.'Mightower, sell Mrs. L. X. VII.liens. Mr play I r under the .direction .f
Chinese kit The Is s t II Florida Annual'1 iMtdy. Wed like U edngrarulists -! Natruniol. Th* turf date
to fly their The people hope It tie be ndltwdy7Jtpn.:
told the go
planes. They Confer the Ltncomlan ,lot the performance will/ be
kept that The win convene al tile;Calvin Carterj yator. staff on a, giv-
do
way. people Hand Church lwd published <* at a bur *at.. Eight M'stressed .
Temple Tile
at Tamps I Hoprwa Mvipaorr.
Truman and Dwight Ewenhower are eo-< Harry from Wednesday, New It to.MtaIoII.ID biggest Mans being the Roving, great interest In book
while disturbed meet today at U Xpm. I
not U have say children mi duty. They are by (!
Both promised week
November I T. Writngessays
group. Nov. ,Eye.
problems, but they want them Sunday, a. Rev W, L ( Mrs. Floyd will 11II" her

Astronomer Fred Hoyl says Inhabitants another planet mar tell na by approached profcaaionaDy and) Sander, pester.NEWBERRY I I annual report during the meet- Th band members art sue[lip bulletin, making board potters dbptei futtiti and

television bow to avoid boredom. You mean like by not watching TV sot with Irresponsible' ear.ea. mt Rex,'T. D. Davis pastor; hi the protein of raising money< nuking dwplayt wet torn tl
NEWS
." !(Mrs. Agnes Gordon reporter (for new bend traife atI. This la I

A stndy shows that you caa predict which six-year-olds/ win Ur. ..t U b. eVlinquents. N.EJ. ad"". I'I Greater Bethel l A M E. -Sun'their major project of the year Elbe *activities Senior they Clau endvrri.Th of 13M-4J.
Hill JOR..nd tile i I The Parent Teacher As*> day School, t m. (Selling Rex AH Purpose Clean
If morning
whatever the ,redictioti- they're Breathing regularly. waUh
And book
WaUoa [year staff to Betty MididJrton !
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Democratic party, therefore. Newberry Elementary,; 'ri 111',11| am?; A.CE. !*r. They are uksi, the public* .
oat attained aa !knag. It b (even (School win sleet Tuesday at League 1 t'..., andvea I | |;to aid Item to lief effort .to1traiM ''.ram ScoO: Editor In Chief: J*

though UM fact W it makesmany I I tilt school h, T p'" Jcy. W, ,.. mowy for new band tnllfiarms. iPat/icb : Bwuncas MjMgtr;
Coldwater vacations oa a beautiful l Caribbean Island. Ht was right lit said During die Dueling butfaeasat Noel: Grganuaiiaa
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WJnralt
off the East Coast and let It flnat. out to sea-aad they did. and it turned extremist spoobctxt. l Important* wB b* dtaruosoi,I rep s4 .; { |Ldllart JdKMM lUiKMl:. Inrrtt
lilt
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ton I ThbrUM* fleets of the fcfhommjas editor Martha
out fine- ltn'ltiYe. mpontibl party I The parmu are surged as be J iA, LANDwAU" II N st III follow |, ; Spkwt ActitttlMdUn
lid fere***. G. JC Hatacork, prsvTh Dtble TwJucIIC'..3'Je.ua
by a BM who al** to rt- stood'Prrsldarf: Bcttto Jot**; \'lftl I I ale LJnroln
Minnesota Miaing a Maaafactariar C.. reports) record ..,.18110 Stockholder able. and at DM canter of Hv and pnclur....., "U any an*..President. : Dteata McNcd loaiftary council(I lit High UM S'lftol
bYe change the akkmame tam M.JLM. U ..-.. DM Mtioaal saood.Knot. rU7.mM dI... M ben. Oom. It JIll sad / Bcautih Fkunwy; Aaaisuni -;'mating aft a. now buJltun.treats Tit of

Mrs*. Ifs wine btnms ss ....1 !
Mary Mosley the ,
ponWt Student Council hew E'
Mr. Cbenhowrr'ttry 5AACT he''as sty
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mistake for the GOP hectors U peep GoldVaUr exit cf their for avwfciig .; DM scripture ha* said.Oat are Mr t. Dukes, Met prbima* M sales at IIM a'
It would be a s sew taagt-tcftocd I iheld: at lilt Mt. Camel BaptaM'iaurca :of urn aeon shall flow rivers!i AyirsJ,
reeeting. Who' gout to Interpret for them if somebody shows t* wh* cut by aB BitM a+SMdert IUfui .. Monday at I ami.(of Swing. water John Mr K. Williams, Mr It. loot. The annual Thaoksglvl a g

eoeak 1A in butKpoacaa f ._,. beans-woe survived.- t Rev. T A. WrtoX! ..... t I JllRSVI f.J7.j I; 1.McCMJuO.F. Jones,Mr M/ J.RakcrtajMr. HM rf prtcl! r"ulkot.r Is Jtivlng. batitts daWtdMf



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t" Man, 63, Is Reported Police, Fire ReportAccident II '' Ill mmnmII

Near Fairbanks
Missing Roundup Ralf L. Sherouse, 414 NW 36th 21st St, Henry C. Brown HI,
Involved In accidents reported St. and Donald R. D II kin I 215 NW 16th Ave. and Eloise C I
A 13 year old man, described At the time of his disappearance by the Gainesville Police De. 215 NE 4th St., at 8 37 a.m. Fri. Schultz, Atlanta, at 8,08 a. m. ,
as "mentally retard.d. Allen was wearing dark partment and the Alachua County day In the 1700 block of W.Unlverslry Friday at NW 13th St. and 11th
but harmless," has been missIng shirt AVI.Joseph Road. I
brown pants and tan 10.1.era Sheriffi Office during the
from since a farm late near Fairbanks I He Is about I. feet (, past 31 hours were: E. Fowler, 1120 SE Anna L. Ahren, 2224 NE 9th I
Wednesday David Jones, 121'" NW tth Ter. and C. J. Bush, 1011 SE
121 pounds and bald, ouauly
afternoon, the Sun learned Sat. according .
Ave. and a parked car, at midnight 2nd Ave., at 1 p.m. Saturday at l lolscouxt
urday. to Crofton. I Friday In the A I achua UF GriddersTo 2224 NE 9th Ter. i
The man, Everett Allen, who He said Allen Is mentally retarded General Hospital parking lot. I II
.was visiting at the home of Lem but definitely not d a n.geroua. John E. Farmer, 1025 NE 3rd SpeakIn Fire Calls l lli I
Crofton on Montocha Road eight Ave. and Harold A. Smith, lilt At S:49 p.m. Friday, an auto li nllpl i ,;
miles northwest of Gainesville NE 4th St., at 7:13 p.m. Friday Williston fire In the Gainesville Shopping *
Municipal Airport, apparently Researchers at Rutgers University at W. University Ave and 3rd Center. Minor damage. I
WILLISTON Three University
,wandered Into a heavily wooded
area Wednesday. have found that the St.Richard D.Smith Jr.,3620 Ar. of Florida football players Folklore: Eating pudding and
Alachua County Sheriffs pos more educated you are, the cher Road and Sung Yun Lu, will talk to members and guests milk will make your hair curly. 12noon 7P.M
semen hive searched the aria more likely you are to drink. 2041 NE 12th SU at S31: pm. of the First Baptist Church of You will live longer if you sleep to :
around Crofton's farm In eOI- Over half those with grammar Friday at W. University Ave. Williston tonIght. with your head to the north. To
timing shifts since Allen was school educations drink, but the and 20th St. Bill Carr, Gary Cliett and keep from catching contagious I
reported missing.He figure rises to 70 per cent for Sally J. McManus, 3002 N E Steve Spurrier are members of diseases, wear a tarred string I __
was last seen on Monto 13th: St and Nathaniel L. Mar. the Christian Fellowship of Ath. around your neck. If you read -
cha Road, and Crofton believeshe high school graduates, and tin, Branford, at 149: p.m. Fri letes. They will speak to the all the gravestone epitaphs in a
may have hitched a ride with above that for those who went to day In a parking lot at 1014 N. congregation at 7:30: p.m., during cemetery, it will cause you to
a passing motorist. college. Main St. the evening service. lose your memory. : Men's Quality .
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Jones-Johnson Funeral Horn
Harold A. Johnson
Mr. J. M. Fields Department Store
ill S. Main St.
Mr. Joseph E. Williamson
; wt \ 1409 N.W.I23rd Blvd.

McDuff Appliance Store
Mr. C. Boyd Greene
1121 N., Main St. Jim Voyles Appliance Co.
James & Anne Voyles
419 NW 8th Ave.
t Royal Crown Bottling Co.
MI.Jim Hodn.1t
.1201 E. University Ava.
Badcock Furniture
Associate Store
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Town & Country Beauty VA t\a. Mr.Cibbs Kenneth Furniture M. Gibbs

Ashley Salon Beauty Cantor \f-. .. 102SW. 1st Ave.

3424 W. University AvaGalnnvllla .


Certner'i, Inc.
Nursing CanterS 111 Mr. Harold R. Gartner-
St. North of iii) IIBBB- Mr. Virgil W. Harvard
Archer Rood ., 1133. Main St.
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Henderson Und & Lumbar
Co. ,, A J.r Fuller's Foto. Inc. :
Mr. Robinson" L Henderson Mr. Earl N. Davis J,. ''f
2303 NE.; 27th Avo. 619) W. University Ave. I

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Loan Att'n.Mr.T.WadaHarrtion. Mr. A. L. Combs -
Mr. Wm. E. Combs
249 W. University Avt. NW 8th Av. ot 4th St.

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Gainesville Opticians urnm
Miss Ola L Rowan '', 0 Sunnyland Packing Company
805 W.University Ave. Mr.1120S.W.SthSt.Thomas E. Horde I

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Hughtt flr Chestnut Funeral
Homo Not old enough for a novel, a dictionary, an encyclopedia.
Mr.Charles S. Chestnut Caprilh'Inc! Bill's Meat Room Inc.
.18 N.W. 8th Av. But old enough for the Bible! Kn.t.r aasc s.mco.t... Mr.Ernest Frank James
Roughton
'truburt.v..
1001 NW 4th St.
t For In these very years before she fully understands its truth, a ..
Mr.Firestone Charles Store child learns to reipert God's Word. Reverence is born. A sense of the !_. IPM

"lud"Stewart importance of religion develops. Town Tire Co.
304 W. University Ave. Mr. Ernest Turbyfill
The passages must be short. and sensibly chosen. Childish but 605 N.W.8th Ave.

Gainesville Production searching questions must be answered. :Mother and Dad will soon discover '

Credit AssociationMr. that explaining Truth to their child deepens their own com z
Henry M. 're... prehension.Take I s* S't Yellow Cab of GainesvilleJ.
4310 S.W. 13th St. t Wallace Brown
advantage of a parent's most sacred privilege. Introduce I Phone 376-6411

McCellum Drug Company your child to God. Make the Bible part of the family. Participatein
II24 W. University Ava. and cooperate with the Church's program of religious education.
Marion Finance Co., Inc.
1324 E. University Av...
; Mr. George L Ellis
A child grows spiritually whose parents grow spiritually! 222 W, University Ave

I Jim Sanders
Construction Co.
M,. James L. Sandtri Gate City Mattress
12604 N.E. 19th Drive & Carpet Works
Mr. A. D. Chambleis
I 818 W. University Ava

I Baikal HawthorneMr. r
.John J.T. for
:, Hawthorne, Florida Sunder Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Jerry's Drive-In Restaurant
Exodus Deuteronomy Deuteronomy Psalms Ezekiel Matthew Matthew Mr. H. Paul Maggard
24.3-8: 6.1-9: 6-20-23: 77.M5: 11:17-21 13.10-17: 13:1-5 2310 SW. 13th St.

General Raymond Contractor T..lnorl-- t t to tern M'

Security Building-
11 OS W. University Ave.Carlton' Jef fcoat Neon Signs
I Mr. Hubert C. J.ffeo.t
i 1611 I S. Main St.
Dairy
930 NE. 14th Ava.
University City Television Crowder's NurseryMr. HowaU'e Business ColI. Brown's Texaco Service
James Johnson -
1, Coblo C.., Inc. G. H. Crowder Secretarial Courses Mr. Robert E. Brown
Honhol Coins
522 N. Main St.Ulllv.nity Orange Heights Rood 218 W. University Ave. 1206 W. University Ava ALP Food Store
Letter Partridge
Ct.trellf.lntylhll College, 4 601 S.W.J.nd, Avt.

Inc, City Beak Gainesville Coca-Cola Gainesville Granite & Coleman Kerosene & Fuel
M .Odail HIIIII Mr. J. E. PiarsenII16 Bottling Co. Marble WorksMr. Oil
2l8SEhtSt. W. University Ave. 929 E. University Ave. D. Roy Loveday Mr. N. L Coleman Mary Carter Paint Store
r Mr. Gerald D. Heard 372.2842 Robert Helen Gererd
One Hour Mertlnlilng' and Gainesville Livestock MarketMr. 2135 E. 4th St. 501 I N.W. 8th Av.
Cleaners Kop .n Co.,inc. Lassie H.Thompson
William I. Yen Winkle. Sr. Mr. Ches H. Abrems NW.6thSfMeuldm's .
I I Four Gainesville Location. N.W. 23rd Blvd. '4 Kirkpetrick & ,i.rsoll.lnc.
House of Flowers \) Builders end De*.,lopers Guaranty Federal Savings
Mr. Ronald Wheeler 1 1308. Main St. & Loon AssociationMr.
t Marablo Studio*-Portrait Publlx SupermarketLynn Auto Glass 919 W. University Ave. fMcDamal > Leo J.ThomesWinnDixie
I Photographers Chapman Mr. Jones L. Mauldin
;i. Mrs. H.M. DeTomblo 1014N.MoinSt. I ''j', 323 N.W. 6th St. r

, j 602 N. Main St. t Chandlers Drive-In' :?, f. .
Furniture Co.Mr.JohnW.McDflr.nl. Restaurant .
Fair Stores Stores
Food
Howard Hall 1349 NW. 23rd Ave. Morgan Typewriter Agency Mr.T.A.Nialsen 130 NW. 6th St.
Agency William E. Morgan 1206 N Main St. 720 .
N W.I 3th St.
N. Main 10th Ave. 1410
Inmranco at ; 901 N. MamStBelkLindiey. N. Main St.
Mr. Howard Hall ,
60S N List St. .
Vidal Drug Company Mac's Drive-la/ Restaurant Rain & Owens Masonry .
W. L G>pala*> Inc. J.A. and H. ,. McCormick Contractors Inc. Mathews
Sin Finance W. P. Bourgeois Mr. Thomas I. Spencer 1331 I E. University! Ave. Mr. H. Cobunt Ram. Plumbing C.
:The Money Store 102 E. University Ave.AI.W.y 1302 N. Mon St. Mr. W. R. Owens Hugh 2327 M.N.E.Mathews 19th' Drive
33 N. Main Street 1423 NW. 7th St.

Dry Cleaners frWoikerette Edwards Building Supplies. Holiday Inn Resteuronr
Inc. General Games Steak House
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1900S.W. 13th St. & Feris Seed &
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First Methodist Church of the Trustees of First Methodist 1160,000 for next year, accordIng sing at the 11 am. service
Gainesville will celebrate It s purchased the seminary buildIng to Bill Fleming, General which will be cast over radio

107th anniversary at I pit la I from the State of Florida Chairman The present minister Station WRUF.
Thanksgiving AppealNEW Homecoming services todaj y, The name of the building wa la Thomas G. Mitchell and the The plans for Homecoming as

with Dr. Jack Anderson of Ta changed to Epworth Hall and minister of visitation Is W. H. General Chairman, include a
lahassee, t former minister of is now used as an educations Lewis family' basket dinner In the city
NEW YORK The llth annual program of food distribution to the church, as guest speaker at building Dr. Anderson, the Homecoming .' park behind the church .oUow-
I Thanksgiving appeal of the world's needy will be marked both the 1:45: and 111 m. .aervken. The present church sanctuarywas speaker has recently retired log the 11 o'clock service An
Protestant denominations f o r next Sunday In churches built in 1940 during the from the actual ministry : Invitation la extended to the
funds to carry on their j Join I t throughout America. The First Methodist Chare pastorate of Dr, Henry W However, following his retirement members and friends of the

Highlighting next week's nationwide was organized In ISM by Rev Blackburn, who now serves a. he became the director church to attend the Home
services dedicated to W, K. Turner In 18S7 Alachua Executive Secretary or of pastoral counseling coming services and the homecoming -
I the appeal, which seeks $1,073- County deeded a lot to the Church Extension for the FlorIda for the Methodist .trvlct.1 dinner.
SSO to finance the SOS Share with offices In
( Conference
and 'ahassee and Is In
church for the sum of W ,I ,
Our Subetance) e r Lakeland. Another new educational -
myna during the later part of 1151, a mand as a speaker and work'
IMS, through which of building, known as Joseph Power of
small building was constructedupon shop leader In the area of pasoral Prayer
needy persons overseas will receive AnniversaryThe Bell Hall, was built duringthe
It. The. g."w li of the counseling.The .
life sustaining foods, will pastorate' of Dr. Kernel!
church music for the Homecoming -
church required a new than Edits,
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the National Service of congregation of First Methodist Church building built In 1174, and In Rogers now the minister of services has been planned "In' trying 10
Thanksgiving In Washington, (above) at 419 NE First Street today celebrates im the third church building the First Methodist Church In under the direction of Mrs. E. s practice reHpl
D.C., and at the New
York Av- Homecoming. The church was organized 107 years Sarasola out t.Kontn
enue Presbyterian Church. was erected which remains In Ruffin Jones, the director of I find It difficult
This service is sponsored annually aro. uu at the present Board of During this 107 years Firs music. The Aldersgate Senior to love
{ by the Council of Churches Trustees with J. Francis Cooper Methodist has been responsibleFor High Choir will sing at the $ 45 p*npt.. Con you
of Greater as Chairman. the starting of five new service, and the Chancel Choir, offer any
Washington, and ,
Church/ World Service the over- First Nazarene When the state legislature In Methodist churches In Gainesville the Junior High, Wesley Boys, i help? by AnwrlStart rtolii
seas relief and rehabilitation 1905 passed an act providing The membership at Fin Treble and Carol Choirs will Ins that. lir, .
agency of major Protestant for' the university and the State Church has grown to total of Ino and loving
communions.The College for Women, abolishing more than 1900, the Church are two different thlngt. You do
Rev. Dr. Eugene L. Aims for Increase"Fifty the existing hate schools one I school enrollment Is now Isle. I Canadians Plan 11 not parton have's company to like, In or enter.nloy to e

;Smith, executive secretary\ e f of which waa East Florida SemInary and the present church plant (love him But tint, you mull
the World Council of Churches which was housed lit an has an estimated value of $7(0,> Churches Union eradicate any III will toward
In the U.S., will be the principal -1 r more for '.." that's school will aim for 200 total attendance academic building erected In 000. Currently the church Is engaged him. An effort to aloe love *vnwhart
will allmlnale /
speaker at the Washing ton the slogan adopted for the November and Intensive calling 1883 adjacent to the Methodist In Its "Every Member TORONTO. Ont. (AP) A you upiattlnq gat hostility amotioni' withIn -
N. CentralLoyalty service. The University of Mary and December Sun. and promotion will be conduct. property residents of Gainesville -Visitation" to secure commitments ilueprlnt for uniting Canada'swo you,.."/. You bagln to (..
land Chapel Choir will sing day school enrollment drive at ed this week. The Thanksglv- determined to secure If for Its program goal of largest Protestant churches such preteen ai another human .
Since Its the First Nazarene hatch log offering for World Evangelism -- being with his share' of
inception the SOS possible the site of the univer -- Into the Church of Canada has
program has accounted for the 302 SE First Ave.Tie will also be received during This been completed, but leaders of ditncultlfi In vliualltlng tha"
ally was accomplished trouble whkh walgh upon him
distribution of more than two Sunday- School Cabinet next week's church school,and In September, 19M, the University Lists Program both said realization I is still you racognln the plight of moat
Night SetThe and a half billion pounds o f picked the theme said the pas sessions, the goal is $400. T. of Florida held Its firs years away. I mar to some dog*. Your kln
foods C. Booth Is the Sunday School Paui'sTrip should allow/ warmth of
made available I fromAmerica' tor. Rev. J. Rex Eaton noting classes In Gainesville. In Itll, For Pope The plan for uniting the Anglican hip'..111'0 which' can e change III'
Steward agricultural a b u nd- superintendent.A and United Churches of
of the that the October
highlight during emphasis when the University activitieswere will M goodwill. Writ youfquaitloni
sore by the U.s. Department of Missionary Rally will be to India Canada Into communion of .
North Centra a ,
hip Program at the goal of M new Sunday housed In the new buildings i)>iotatlr>n< or comments
Baptist Church will be Loyal Agriculture, distributed In more school members was reach!conducted next Sunday at 2:10: the early four million persons was ta, Editor I P 0 Inn I U,
ty Night Service tonight will I than 40 areas of acute need with p.m. service two laymen. Irv-' on present campus, VATICAN CITY (APThe three. years In prrpar.tlon.1 Norwalk C M. This public ..r.
,'I' Dr. Courts Redford, Executive funds contributed In the SOS appeal ed.The In Grmer, church treasurer V.tlc.1.nnounced today a lour:Talks on church union first vice ipontottd byl
IX !Secretary of the Home Mission and similar efforts of the Cabinet composed of and Dr. C. B. Smith, chairman day program for the visit of started In 1941
: Board for the Southern Baptist churches, and In community appeals Sunday school teachers, supervisors of the Board of Stewards To Launch Pope Paul VI to India. He will) Under the proponed union JONES.JOHNSONFUNERAL
," Convention, as guest speak e r. of CROP (Christian Rural and the Church School along with the pastor, b. away from Dec. 2 through baptism and the Lord's Supper I HOME
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I Dr. Redford has given direction Overseas Program) of Church Board members, endorsed the will speak during the serviceon United Dec. S and spend all his time In would .be the only two sacra-
to the total Home Mission World Service. yearend goal to match the "The Christian as a Stew Bombay omitting any possibly stools recognlted. Five lesser
''0. Board program. Today there Church World Service Is a department tober \Increase Eight have been ard." Church Here controversial aide trips to Goa sacraments traditionally rtcogicd FR 6.5361
are more than 2100 home missionaries of the National Council enrolled already. The pubUc Is invited to attend or New Delhi. by the Anglicans marriage 311 S. MAIN ST.
exceed of the Churches of C h tie t Next Sunday the church these activities The showed that the .
and the budget ; Rev. MelvIn Dollar miniser program ordination, I (Copyright, Ifce, 21 Inhohlt'
5000000. The voices of thi i \ of church extension of thefiorid' Pope In addition to attending sick penance and confirmation Or., Nor olk.Conn.C68lCOME
40 member choir of Nor t 1 1a h sessions of the Intem.tlon.II'! -would be dropped. I
Conference of the Unit
add to this service, Eucharistic .. '
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Central 1st Hear
Presbyterian to ed Church of Christ, and Rev.
directed by Frank Stroup. A* obblns Roman Catholic gathering, will
I' children's party will be held Ralph, superintendent also visit schools, a reform AND
'of the Conference, will be In
simultaneously with Loyal Hj school and a hospital

of Night..ge.I for. children up to 8 yearn Special Music ProgramThe 1 ainesvllle p.m. at the on UF'a Wednesday Florida UnIon at Paul Vatican has confined sources his said trip Pope to GET ACQUAINTEDWith

North Central, under N. B to discuss with Interested Bombay to make It clear that It
: Its In e persons, plans and proceduresfor I. a strictly religious minion
tI Langford Jr. as pastor Choir the First Presbyterian and I'F t the Gainesville's
dedicated the newly of Church graduate a u- as most outstanding English starting a United Church connected with the Congrets.
September North Church, under the direction \ dent In music from Hialeah, Is composer of symphonic am here He has said he wants his trip Newest Church
constructed Increased sanctuary.Its hardy of Willis Bodine will soloist for the Vaughan Williams dramatic music In the 20th I The United Church Is com to India to be that of a missionary Sp.clolEVANGELISTIC
has
Central $90000 and present a service of music this song cycle. Thomas la a century. His concern for music' posed of the Conreg.tJon.1Church I and Is reported to have expressed -
et from $45,000 to evening in the sanctuary of the former member of the Presbyterian In the church was evidenced in a branch of the Christian a with to spend sometime SERVICES
19 per cent of the 1965 budget the church 300 SW Second ave. Choir. The cycle of "Five his editing of "The English I Church and the Evangelical with the poor of India.
will be directed through Mythical Songs" dates from Hymnal" and In his arran g e- and Reformed Church. .
Since The will Include the Sun. Weaf. 7iJO
Cooperative Program. program Vaughan Williams' early creative meat of the music for the coronation The denomination la considered I
'Jubilate Deo" of Herbert How. P.M.BAPTIST
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October 1 there have been years, and Includes some of of Elizabeth II In 1M3 to be liberal emphasizing First Church ef GadtAad.s.a '
ells and the "Five MysticalSongs" .
new memberships 2t for baptism the of the early 17th century Christian .' M. AHIII.M
lyrics: Herbert Howella Is professor fellowship and service UNIV'ERSITY'CHURCH
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39 by letter. lams Dr. Ralph U. S. Gordon minIster English poet George Her of composition at the Royal It Is democratic In organlzatkm I' Wwihlf" .7.4f....".'Ink M. MH4.

of the church will\ present bert. College of Music In L II d o n. deciding Its own bails of I Ill MW. ",. '....
First Alliance a tribute to Cleva J. Carson, In the several! sections of the His "Jubilate Deo" was written membership and choosing Its .......4 |M./ Pk. 111."" 1621 N.W. tfrh St. C r. George, Pester

School who conducted the choir for I work "Easter. ," I Got Me for performance by the choir of own minister-
Sunday many years, and an offeringwill 'Flowers "Love Bade Me Wei- King's College Chapel C am. l.
Contest GainsTo be received for the Carson come," The Call," and "AntI- bridge. Willis Bodine director
Memorial Music ScholarshipFund phon" the soloist join. the of the church music will present -

climax services last Sun- at the University of Florida chorus In a spontaneous out- organ music of He wells THIS ONLYNOVEMBER
the First Alliance pouring of spiritual and trusting and Vaughan Williams before WEEK
day at NE 15th St, In I love, refined and dignified by and during tonight's ser v Ice,
Church 2400 the I Marshall Ghomas choir d I- the ceremonial piety of the Eng- which will begin at 7:30: pm.
the appeal by
response to rector of the First Christian
Smith fish church. In the sanctuary' of the church.
pastor. Rev. Frank D. 16.22
nine young people and two Ralph Vaughan Williams was The public Is Invited to at-

adults came forward to dedi- RevivalTo known before his death n _In_ _1._5$_tend._ __ __ -__- -_---_
cate their lives. DuPont "501" Continuous Filament NylonSo
The Sunday school contest Is
gaining Interest and workers. Begin First Baptist's Luughon I

The "whites" are at present the In Deep So Plush So Rich In Color ExcitementSo

"reds.the lead In points over I In Archer To Attend Leadership Meet ,

A Harvest Home Festival III ,
being planned for the week before A week of revival service* Dr. Fred T. Laughon, pastor In December January and Feb Easy To Keep Clean
Thanksgiving and will Include begins Monday night at the Archer First Baptist Church ei I ruary. It will consider the
a covered dish dinner I Baptist Church with Rev Gainesville, will attend a national question, "What are the basic
Baptist leadership orientation areas of church life?" and will
centered on
with of
a program I E. C. Tyner director extent! '
the Thanksgiving theme. The aims work and church relations' conference In Nashville, attempt lo state the areas In COMPLETELY
date will be set this Sundayand I .I Stetson University I In De- Tenn., on Friday and Saturday. terms of today's world The
all friends of the church' Land featured as guest minis Dr. Laughon has been selected;':findings will be consollda t e d INSTALLED SELECT
are welcome. The event will be ter. to serve ss chairman i for e with the findings of the other Il
held on the William Coughe- .North Florida Baptist discussion 1 groups In a meeting of the 41 9
DOur Ranch near LaCrosse. According to the pastor Rev group to help find a planning chairmen at Nashville seat WaIi.to-Wall 5 FROM 25
Rev. Smith today will\ preachon James W. Browning, the revival \- basis for the denomina- May 10.The I

the subject "Faithful Stewards -I meetings will begin each tion's work la the decade beginning national long.ranfe planning EXCITINGCOLORS
," at the 11 am. service, night at 7:30: starting Monday, In 1m.I effort of the Southern OVER HEAVY
with an evangelistic message,and will conclude next Sundayat I The Nashville meeting Is te Baptist Convention la under the SQ. YD.
the 11 a.m. service. the leaders for their \ of the Convention's
at 710: p.m. Karen Wyrosdlck prepare auspices SPONGE
win lead the Alliance Youth Rev. Tyner the evangelist responsibilities In the study Executive Committee Dr Porter REGULAR
Fellowship at I:30 p.m. Mn before joining the Stetson staff group. It will be attended by Routh, executive secretary.It RUBBER $10tS
Faith Smith will speak at Die was pastor of the First Baptist 130 Baptist leaders from all la directed by Dr. Albert
Alliance Adult Fellowship at Church\ Dade City for 11years. parts of the country The North\McCleUan, program plane I a g

I 30 p.m. _J|I Florida group will_meet .l secretary tor_.the Convention
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TOM KIRBY 'Ibe Rev. AI C Janney, pastor of'Christ of the Bible and the Bible \ have been approved by the Mission Quality for Quality

Less than \ten weeks ago a,New Testament Baptist Church' as (icd'. word have a message ( Board of the International
small group of local people met.!'in Miami, and Dr. W. E. Dow- mat is as relevant for the Baptist Bible Fellowship, la this
for the first services of a new leD, president of the International loth century as for the first manner, a personal contact can For 'itr
Gainesville church. Since that I Bible Fellowship :Our church will seek to demonstrate be established between the +
figures I Leading the University Bap- that fundamental Chris chorea and the missionaries to "
have ambled and when University !tire Church: to Rev. Carl T 'tianity with Its literal approachto whose support at contributes. FREE
Baptist Church: organizes George a young Miamlan, who the Bible Is timely and DOS-I Aaother kinovatta wig be a
officially on Thursday it ca.,',for two years served u youth sestet a reel spiritual vitality" special youth program. Rev.
lilt an average attendance record director for Miami's new Testament .I Several unique features win George believes that the church In-Homo
of 49 each Sunday morning Baptist Chi r c b. Rev.,;be Incorporated hits the church, should play a vital role to !the
Sunday evening and mid-week George is a graduate of BebJoan which meets temporarily at ICtJTW social development of .Ks young Consultations '
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BOB MEEKER Miss Penny Davis, last year's Junior attendent, Mlsi Linda I
Will Inform Sun SUIt WriterAt I queen. Runners up In the Robinson; sophomore attendent. -
Growers least three area high I queen content were Miss ShireIcy Miss Macenla B. a IIy;
About a ea ichoola have passed t h rough: Cooper and Miss Barbara and freshman attendent Miss
Upcoming Vote their homecoming weekend'Hill. Sharon Robinson.
without the mar ot defeat on : Dixie High's Homecoming in- Bronson enjoyed a Homecom
LIVE OAK A State Tobacco ing on In an upcoming referendum their gridiron scoreboards, making eluded Bear Growl Tburiday tog parade for the first time In
Referendum! Advisory Committee festivities right and proper. and the parade Friday In addition :many yean Friday The paradewas
was organized her yes- The committee Is headed by Cross City's Dixie Bean to the game and a victory followed up by a pep rally
I terday with the main function of Emery Williams, chairman of handed Mayo a 21-1 defeat and dance which followed. I on the school grounds
informing growers as to the the Agricultural Stabilization 'the Bronson Eagles beat Haw Miss Mary Swllley was A victory dance culmln a I. d
present overall tobacco sltua- and Conservation State Committee thorne's Hornets 20-11, assuringthe crowned Bronson's H o m scorning :Branson's homecoming festivi
tion and what they will be vot- Quern for 1M4 In I ties under the
and is composed of a bout Eagles of at least a tie In pre-game sponsorship of
the Rlverland Conference ceremonies there. I the Beta Club.
20 members representing various Trenton Homecoming Court
segments of the tobacco In- Trenton held Branford to a Mary Is a 17-year-old senior Miss Carla Rowland was
Oeaf Day dustry, governmental farm Carla Rowland (center) reigned as queen of Trenton High School homecom 0-0 tie In a thrill packed defensive and a member of the Beta 4 crowned Homecoming
agencies, credit organizations, log this weekend, which Included a colorful parade, pep rally and football battle. Club, FHA and FTA She la the I Queen for Trenton High School
the fertilizer industry, Agricul- game in which the local Tlfrcrs held Bradford to a acnreleM tie. Member of Miss Diane I Osteenwsi 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs John C during halftime ceremonies of
,, tural Extension Service and Queen Carala'a court are (from left) Mayola Langford, Call R acker, NormaSlaughter crowned Homecoming Quern at Swilley, of Gulf H.mmock.I I the game with Brsnford.

news media. Ifo e. Jones. (Photo_ by Jerry Cooper. ) Dixie. County. ... High School I by Miss Swllley's court_Included eluded Miss senior Rowland's attendants In.
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the 'J about erendum Dec.will 15.be held on 0 r Bradford HospitalAdmissions An Mayola afternoon Langford.parade and a

in discussions at the Uve Oak I victory dance were Included In
meeting the committee d Births t the Trenton festival I l
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I that Its main function was to Nov. 5 Sylvia Reddish, Annie Nov. S -Mr. and Mrs. VeMnon dance was the first on
Mowing campus
see that growers are properly I Mae Grlffls. Frankie La'onne Reddish, Starke, a son, tola year It was sponsored by
informed Jackson, Ralph/ R e n a Barry Vernon. the
as to the choice they cheerleaders and Student
By SAM McGARVEYSun will face in the referen d n m Peeples Jr., Gertrude A. McBride Nov. 7 -Mr. and Mrs. Jay Council
Staff Writer And that will simply be the Dorothy Ann Woods, al Davis, Starke, a daughter,
Irkky failed to show up early question of whether there will of Starke; Bobby Gene Mann- Mary Alice.
last week and it was a relief be a federal tobacco programfor lag,' Maxvllle. i Nov. I Mr. and Mrs. DavidS. WAS ExhibitTo
Nov. I Ruby Ricks CrifIs Winston Starke, a daughter
because the next three
a goodly number of years, o r
people have been eyeing me whether there will not be a tobacco Margaret Diane Rhoden,:Robin Marie.
both> of Starke; Simon Peter Nov. 9 Mr. and Mrs. Clif- Feature
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Taylor, Earleton. :ford Martin, Lawtey, a daugh-j,
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Nov. 7-Rosa Lee Davis, William ter. .t' X'1' f
butterfly net have been follow an executive committee consistIng Kelley Rhoden, both of New ConceptTAMPA
me closely. of Roger Hill, F'orlda AgrI- Starke; Bobby Fay McClellan DischargedNov.
too, several skeptics cultural Extension Service; Sylvanla, Ga; Anita Lee I S George E. The University of
broadly: 1)) doubts of the W. N. Johns of Alachua, vice Padgett Lum Dallas Grant, Dolores Slocum and Florida's Institute of Food and
of the Wee Ones, president( of the Alachua County -both of Middleburg; Thomas Denise, Callie E. sanders'l Agricultural Sciences ( I FA 51)
ling ((2)) that Sam can see them, Farm Bureau and Williams. Moab Bradley, Hampton. S. Burton. will have a new concept In agrl-
(3)) that U he does, he Another meeting of the over cultural exhibits
Nov. I Coreen O'Neal. Nov I Logan W. Baldwin as a feature attraction -
do something about It. all committee Is tentatively Waldo; Arnella Mary Winston 1 Hazel R Johnson Doris Ann,) at the Florida State
early Friday morning at scheduled for Nov. 24 I In VIverette Raulerson, both Widener, Mildred U Wilson. Fair In February.The .
!! ., there was Irkky, ,Gainesville. of Starke. John W. Eddy. I IFAS exhibits at the Fair,
Dig as me on the Lazy Susan Other members of the committee Nor I Martha Geneva Pet I Nov 7 Alen. Padgett } which opens Feb. 1, will emphailie -
on the table, leaning on the sugar Include Ernest Chandler, ty, Putnam Hall; Till man ley. the Importance of agriculture \.
bowl and nibbling away at warehouseman, Jasper; Billy Richard McIntosh, Gladys Lucille Nov I Thomas M. fdO"1 to the total economy of
the contents thereof. HilL Flue Cured Tobacco Underbill Lorraine Marie ley, Loyree E. Cocomtse, l I the stile and will Illustrate the
"HI," he said, and followed Stabilization Corp. Jasper; Jim Johnson Sarah Jan. Morris D. Grant wide variety ofoutstanding career
that with several uncomplimentary -' Versbow, president, Ala 1 c hue Louisa H. Kite, all ofStarkeMary Nov I Dorothy A. Union High Majorities opportunities fields We
references! to Sauna blood- Farm Bureau; Aubrey Ward, ; Ellen Martin, Margaret D. Rhoden, laUng to agriculture and agrl
shot eyes, unruly hair and Live Oak; Eugene Mugge lens Bulbs Bell, both of Gene Manning, Sylvia Making "what'a up front" count for the Union' County High School Band thin, business. *
big nose, ending with, "In reenvllle; Aubrey Fowler and tey.LonneU; Bernard H.1'and son Barry Vernon, year hate been these baton twlrlerel (from 'left) Cheryl Roberts, Janet Craw Dr. C. T. York, University of
short and giving you a P. C. Crapps, Jr., both of Live Waldo. A. Johnson Jr., Woods'r ford( head majorette), Linda Crews and Ginger Fortner. (Sun! photo by lions Florida provost of agriculture

break-you are a mess." Oak; Francis M. Phillips, Mid- Nov. 10 Jeffery Way Luke. Mlxfton)_ __ ___ said that the UF will work with
A quick spin of the Lazy i son; Willard Flfield, representing .-Warren, Irene Mildred Brooks, I Nov. 10 Bobby F ins Florida Stale Fair In developing
Susan failed to dislodge the the fertilizer Industry, both of Starke; Ralph Wet TUfls lan, Kathryn U. Leaman, (he exhibit -
Imp and resulted in such a lainesvllle; Dr. Elmer Close, Keystone Heights. lie Rhoden, Thomas C. Chas-i HUNTERS BE CAREFUL I will have about building which
clatter of flying condiments that State Dept of Agriculture; Nov. 11 Charles Evans Mi- taln Jr., Anita Lee Padgett. 1JM square feet
of exhibit
Alice awoke and suggestedmore Louis Wsdsworth, Live Oak pub zell..George R. Jones both ofStark. sa Lee Davis and daught Ro-I space. I
eating and less noise. lisher; Gene Matthews, Start e .. I Mary Alice. Annie Mil -, When a flop's Not a Hog I II R. E. Choite UF agriculturalengineer
"I was in court Monday publisher; and Bun Mix l i 0 n, Nov. 12 Lonnle Arthur Redding -, fis, Baby Boy Meeks, W I II 1 1-' la serving as e b a I r-
Irkky volunteered, "get tang Gainesville Sun farm editor Lawtey. I lam Edward Moore. man of the planning committee
some pointers from Judge .1 I TALLAHASSEE\ A fr_ Broward Counties; Farmlon that outside the established
Murphree. I had a big trial roaming hog may be wild butIt In Volusla and Brevard Counties areas and Palm Beach and Ahiclitin Lions
coming up and I wanted to be VACCINATIONDOlt't la not necessarily a game ; Guano River In SI. Alathua counties, the Game
ready In case a slick lawyer CONTROL WITH animal, snd hunters shoulduse Johns County; Gulf Hammock Communion claims no )Jurisdiction Plan
tried to mandamus me." i i caution when hunting In Levy County: Flsheating ever hogs of any kind Clcnn-Up
I belted away at my oatmeal wild hogs, A. D Aldrich, dl- Creek In Glades County; Rich- and feral or wild-roaming Of Cemetery
as Irkky continued: Lose Pets to Rabies, I!' rector Game and Fresh W.'ler loam In llernando, Sumter hogs are generally classified
"It was the case of my no- Flrsh Commission announced and Pasco Counties; and Cecil as private property. Hunting ALACHUA Newnansvllle I I
M. Webb in Charlotte hogs to which there la
as hunting season a legitimate -
cousin who
account got potted I Cemetery will be the scene of
last week, jumped on a rabbit Your dog or cat is probably the most Simpson said that the success of a rabies t opened yesterday. County. claim of private ownership a ran clean up Tuesday by the
| Te clarify the status ofFlorida's The wild has been such as on lamia'
and about tore up this place gentle pet one could ask for, but the contraction control project like other immunising hog where Alachua Lions and residents of
then tied Glass Eye the blacksnake of rabies could programs such as polio 1 Ia dependent upon wild hogs, Aldrich classified as a game animalIn valid hog claims are (he area
turn It Into diseased
a In
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in such knots that lumbago the percentage of the animal populationthat said: the Point Washington Area effect an Illegal ao Lion Bill Irby, chairman of
animal dangerous to the commun Wild hogs be taken as In Bay and Walton Counties; holly and subject to civil ac
resulted, plus a suit I receives: the vaccine. Thus, unvaccinated msy the cemetery committee, said
against Wee Town." ity.Dr. pets are a potential menace to the game animals only during the however this area will not tion. more than a year has passed
I whispered, "What was the Charles Simpson Florida Agricultural entire community. I open season designated torI be open lo hunting this year Before going hog hunting on shore a general clesn up was
charge" Experiment Stations pathologist, The pathologist said that any warm I I wild hog hunting In U wildlife On these areas and to Palm lands other than the II designated held and the cemetery! Is In dire
"Riotous riding a rabbit'" pointed out that about 32,000 Americana blooded animal Including domestic dogs management/ areas, plus Beach and Alachua Counties, areas of Palm Beach need of attention.
Irkky replied. "And we bad are treated for bites from rabid animals each and cats can carry rabies. He warned I, all of Palm Beach and Ala- the wild hog la classified. as and Alachua: Counties, Aldrich I The committee lies asked that
him dead to rights, but when year Some of these bites are fatal to the that dog owners who do not have their pets ChuB Counties. a game animal and subject said, the hunter should always I.1 all interested persons, especially -
he came into court last night, victims. vaccinated at the regular times designatedby I The special wild bog areas to the regulation and protection lot owners, !bring rakes and
who does he have with him However, this harmful disease can be their health officials or veterinariansmay are as follows: afforded other. game ape- obtain the permission of small power mowers lo the
but a racoon lawyer from controlled. You can protect your family be exposing themselves their familiesand t Avon Park in Highlandsand cles. A dally bag limit of one the landowner, He said K la cemetery Tuesday. The cleanup
Jax who demands a Jury trial and neighbors from a rabies epidemic by neighbors to painful consequences or a Polk Counties: Camp wild hog per day and two also helpful to verify with (the will start at 1 p m. and run
before the little green frogs. simply vaccinating your own pets, said ooeslble tragedy. Generally, cats over six Blending Clay County; Citrus per season win be to force In county sheriff concenwd to till dark unleie the Job Is finish.
That is alarming, because Simpson. months of age should be vaccinated. to Citrus County: J. W, aO areas open. to hog hunting determine whether hog claimsare ed first
those fool frogs will never | Corbrtt In Palm Beach CounI except: on the Camp Bland- In effect In the ares selected Care and maintenance tithe
understand big I words and I ty; Croom In Hernando and tog Area, where the season' for bunting and to I cemetery Is one of the m a Joe
bring In a 'not guilty verdict I I SutitUr Counties; Everglades limit Is lour.Aldrlcl..r determine the fact of ownership community projects of the Ala-

"As a result, we nave a terrible I 1.b- Palm Beach Dade and ._.hunters. _" _I_.hue Uons.
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trial," Irkky continues -"
"and every time I open my
mouth, this old 'coon yells '(
object,' and all the time this No Tickets for FarmCityITour
no-account cousin of mine sits,
there giving me the evil rf'."
I say "A very bad trial indeed

Irrky, but said what, toying happened with the of UF Ag Facilities

Hit as cedar charged, "I found and sentenced him guilty I :

him to 10 days to the clink. I '-"

The 'coon Jumps up and says You don't have to have a l Invited .!Interested per so a s JohMMi "Farm and city families out during KM week kwg ebemance
he's going to appeal, and when ticket In order' to take the lour. to Join the lour which win begin should recognise and bettor Ikreaga -
I ask: where, be says to the i That was !the word yesterday at the Slate Turn Bureau understand their Interdependence. events. special
Supreme Court of Florida. from G. M. Davis, who heeds Building t p.mTransportation. i ." TIle FarmCity banquet
WeB, that Is a nasty shock committee that is mil 11,1 win be ky "Never before In history has al I ,
starting nau on Nov. 24
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ei no Judge likes to have the t I.week for ebeervtog FarnvOty automobiles provided, the ee much food and fiber been ,win honor an outstanding farm
Seven Wiso Owls of Tallahassee I I at AlacJwa, County, Nov.I committee and. the tour wU ... produced by a* tow farmers lot family and city family selecto
asking a Intel nosey questions 1// >X' I I Ickide stops al !the UF Horti.'cultural ae many people throughout the I by the committee. Another banquet
and I have the worst situation The lour referred to Is enejen ;': Unit en the A ff lit r world at M reasonable a cost. highlight wo ke a talk. by
ta my beg" yean u monk Jtov. ,U covering 'arIoaIl,I Road, the USDA entomology Mid the Presldrat'i proclamaon. .I Or Harry M rtifpott. vice
pal Judge. with agricultural facilities( ef t b. Laboratory and ether IT agrl president of the I'uvcrsMy efFlorida.
Irkky lob very pleased University ef Florida. cutters+ facilities.rurpoee "Bdt en he ether band the .
himself, and tea. toquWng i I Following Ow tour there ef the low .is .
I to ec- farmer himself is a major coa.sumer Members ef the. Fern .
g glance he continues: i wig be a Farm City banquet quaint dry and f arm f a n Ie who depends more and City
"So I solved the problem by at thai State Farm Barest abke with the research start more each day en products and committee are sefflng tickets to
charging the lawyer with eo.o Justice No Distractions building an IV IXh ... wet goes into a Icubn. service ef sdenre, labor and the banquet fersess who
tempt and ef court obstructing the court's Dens said that some have Purpose of Farm City Week, .Industry to provide him w I 11 k would lib to enjoy a good meal

digestion:upsetting and after a preeentcnce MM* Vicky Hemingway refwae t. je distracted (rows a very attractive 4rw' t. me mistaken idea that to order pmlauned nationally ky free- took and suppose fey faros proS .and a* evening ef fellows k I 11
btvestlgauoa ef the see Ikk at the Levy r n.ty 4-H Achievesml Banket .. Bresnen Tksjr 'af I' .e tae the tour, they have to Ideal JohnvM. b to try to duto e, silk lilt rural er city brethen
ode, gave the rascal aa Meterminate -, fcibfv in trainingfor the seals evnt .. TkanVigivtef. Day little. Mb. kfcy P'ftfYM ........ ttrkets. B e IlMlsb. brag about setter Mderstand.mg TMa win ke some el the 'las me tae may kt) may ee-
term ef hard laborat Is the l.t .w daughter *f Levy Cewily ran formter aa4 )Mrs. ILu- (tier t% Ptvie, and ke ef the lies that bind ertaateOMwerdnefFneMait (things the local FarnOly tarn.mittee I tart the Alathua County Agent's
cricking black wshmt red Hemingway (Sea P Mte *r Bob Meeker) a, ... rural Aoertr aa. will attempt to brig I office far tIcb \

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-- ,{but certainly not least of the Margaret Pater escorted bj
__ ._ __ I --- ---------- floats was the presentation of 'Mike Sistrunk; Miss J 011\

I r ', Miss Marilyn Bellinger, fresh- Scott, escorted by Phil Elder
I man class princess. Miss Elaine Strickland, escorted
Cane Wcstwood Tornado Thursday night was Tornado by Robert Nelson; ano
Miss Vlkl Strath escorted by
fI' Whirl Class skits were presented
between cheers and Jeff Warren.
'
Ii Comments Whisper Talk Band numbers. The eighth Following the game a dance
'1 grade was announced the win- was held In the armory. It

XT SUE CASPER r Uy PEGGY SHANBARGER ner of the skits with their per was sponsored by the senior
formance of "That Was the class and featured the "D I a.
By CHRIS rOOLE and CATHY 1NGMAN Week That Was." monds." The dance ended at

Next on the agenda was the 12 o'clock and with it alto
Introduction of the princesses ended Homecoming 196445.
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Saturday night saw the con Student directories will continue This week Westwood, as well written by Mary Dee Stensgard.i With all the excitement of{Coming first of the floats was and the queen candidates, and The first meeting of the Beta
of "Came. to be on sale until the as many other school, recognized Two weeks ago fifteen students -I Homecoming behind us, we the senior class presentation of the crowning of the 1964 65 Club was called Friday by the
clusion" of the run musical. supply Is exhausted. The costis "National Education Week". from Mrs. Jones' first period -have settled down to Improving I the Homecoming Queen Court. Homecoming Queen Miss Patsy -president, Mike Sistrunk. We
lot, the CHS chorus $.50 per copy and they can The parents were Invited to B.S.C.S. class took a field our minds with academics. The four girls riding on this Coleman. The evening ended discussed changing from the
excellent I
The presentation was be bought from any FTA memo come and sit In some of the trip to Seahorse Key. The students Homecoming festivities began I float were Miss Patay Coleman with the traditional bonfire. Beta Club to the National Honor
flick Danburg
with principals and Suzanne classes] here at Westwood. We collected many specimens with all the students work'ngon Miss Cheryl Shealy Miss Friday night, the Tornadoesmet Society and some of the
Steve Myking In ber.Students are also remindedthat had a very nice turnout and and started two salt water their class floats and skitsIn I Jane Adams and Miss Janet Fernandma In the seventh things we wanted to do this
Martin turning superb per- the Junior class Is now would like to thank the many aquaria. order to meet the deadline Hardy, game of the season. Just before year. Other officers for 1964-
Outstanding
formances. sup floral ;parents who took advantage of on Thursday. I the started, the 1964- 65 are: Margaret Pater, 'v Ice.-
porting roles came from Britt selling design wrapping the SEEN 'N HEARD: Students The Junior class float was [ game
Small and Dennis Sommeri paper for Christmas use at |1 SO opportunity.Last commenting on the wonderful The real excitement started next, presenting their princess, 65 football sponsors and their president; Kathy Myrlck recording --
week Mrs. J
e r II I s' Ph ilea
The whole production staff[ Is per roll. The proceeds from the n aromas coming from the Home Thursday when the parade' Miss Karen Lee. Following the escorts were Introduced. The secretary; Y
sale will be used to stage the eighth grade Spanish class started class the tenth were: Miss ,Ps.tty Haddock, corresponding secretary -
to be congratulated for turningout EC. Room. Enthusiasm came down Temple] Avenue junior grade sponsors
a study of Latin America Wade treasurer
a simply wonderful show. annual junior-senior prom. "GREAT" as Westwood neared The band and the beautiful I float came down the streeet. Bigham, escorted by Gene. : Glenda -
Last Saturday, four members and Spain. Each student has the Pass Miss Judy McRae, escorted | ; and Mark Hamilton
the final game of the football floats made by the students Miss Linda Lee was princess ;
Lot week also taw the start chosen a country to report on. .atArms.QUANTITY .
Miss Sargeant
Hurricane Herald Joe Brown
of the -
i seasons. were the main attractions. riding on this float. Last by ;
of a school wide magazineby staff and staff adviser, Mrs. The student will also make a I
the Student Council, which cloth flag representing the
Westmoreland, at te n ded a coun i,
will conclude at the end of this press conference at the Univer try. Two very talented students '.
coming week. Sam Holland is sity of Florida. The conference have made a stand for all of
the student heading the proj- conducted by Journalism the flags. Mrs. Jerglns purchased -

ect which seeks to raise some head Rae 0. Wei- rods to put the flags on. The ...... .. ..
Department
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$5500 In magazine subscriptions. flags have already started com- RIGHTS RESERVED ? !. 'ii. .ni;!.!, ;j .!.
mer was held In connectionwith i a !iii:1? :! ; !??!! ? : ....... ..
PRICES
The amount of money received contest deal ing in. They, really look nice, ...... GOOD....THRU. NOVEMBER. I8TH TAlMADGE FARMS a ? !:
a newspaper r' Ilo ... --.. ..., .... ; ; ? t'
by CHS will be put to ing with tuberculosis which the and we hope that they will look COUNTRY iI SAVI.4 uiii? '!lit iii i
ward air-conditioning the lunch Hurricane Herald staff hopesto even better together on the
room. Anyone who would like enter. Those attending from stand. e '

to buy a subscription hould CHS were Judy Block, Margaret Last week on Thursday tht 1 HAMS"L69 [
see Sam Holland or.any. student Keppel, Elaine Lastlnger B-Squad football team playedthe e a
council member before[ the and Chris Poole. first place team of Newberry. -

end of next week. Finally, on Thursday, November We have no score availableon

According to annual! advisor 29, the GUS Chain. that game but we know that 1T''I ; !
Mrs. Peg Westmorel a n d, ber Orchestra will present Its our team played an excellent
some 1212 annuals have been formal fall concert In the game! Also, on Friday of last
told. Annuals will continue to teaching auditorium beginningat week the WHIRLWINDS played
be on sale] for the price of $S.50 I p.m. The program In- their last game of the season WHOLE OR HALF ; =iiiiii '0o o S ill '
each the additional $50 being cludes music by both early and against Buchholz. We have no ..................... i ITO :a ?i? tlir! i

a penalty charge for orderinglate. contemporary compos score will on this be In game next ,week's but col-the- p.....................
Orders may be placed In ers. There is no admission fee, score
A-12 at anytime or with any but tickets maybe obtained in umn. HORMEL BONELESS
annual staff member.who the GHS office. Several weeks ago the Student CANNED APPLES
Council members were presented -
with void nlni. Now students
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their representatives. The ORANGES
officers received pins signifyingtheir I I

office.Thursday. :
Santa Fe Mrs. Pines I lan'l m-u.$129
classes were proud to have as t a se
a special speaker Dr. John J. 5 lg. 49;
'Rebel Yell' Schwab from ; 6AG
a psychiatrist ::0'.0" SAVE SOe :

the Medical Center. Dr. Schwab ..-.................."
spoke on the Individual and his ,
environment and also how each I 4
person could begin to under.
Dy LINDA DIXON and GEORGE PHILLIPS stand his environment and thoseIn

It. REGULAR 471 STA-FLO LIQUIDSTARCH
Homecoming Is over and Ida for a news conference ,on i
The officers of the homerooms
things got back to normal ,at respiratory diseases. The purpose 500
have been chosen. The \
Santa Ft this past week. of the conference was to presidents
7th Mrs. Mar. 39;
are grade: 'h-aal.
Wearing colorful paper don give Information to students entering -
tin Debbie Phillips Mrs.
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keys with their own photograph a national Journalism EXTRA
Goeller Greg Sapp, Mrs
as the head, Santa Fe future contest on respiratory diseases.
Mauldin Joe Gennarro Mrs
"conquistadores" greeted members Santa Ft has two entries REGULAR 29* .. DIXIE DARLING BAR-B-Q
Bradley Merldy Ltppoldt,
of the Club with Stamps
Spanish remarks [They are the Rebel Ramblings Mrs. Plrenlan Greg Wllker-
Indicating the lowlyness column In the High Springs Herald son, Ilh Grade; Mrs. RlckeUon
of the initiate and the CLIP TMma
greatness by Alice O'steen, and the Anne Cowles, Mr, Lancaster c0ueoNt BREAD Loaf 23 ;
of the noble members. With/
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Rebel "Yell" column In the 'Charlie Hart, Mrs. Regna .
bows the
sweeping lowly ones
Gainesville Sun by Linda Dixon
Ken Sharp, Mrs. Jerglns -Mike
In for the
pleaded
Spanish signature
of their superiors. and George Phillips. Next week'Fearney, Mrs. Crulckshanks REGULAR 39< DIXIE DARLING ANGEL FOOD
this column will begin its first I'Kim Christiansen, Mrs. Hodges f EXTRA
Another unusual event was, on In a series on respiratory disuses -Sally McVay, Mr. Hayes 11M TOP VALUf STAMPS

Friday Nov. 13. Sadie Hawkins The editors of the Rebel Kathy Wood, Mr. Robison NONTON ONC .IMP NOr,......
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day came to Santa Fe for lIMIt "Yell" hope you will enjoy these! Patty Potter. Ninth Grade: Mrs Bread. Dough. "-". SIZ@ ;
Carrying books, lunch trays and coming articles. I Jones Katie Hubener, Mrs. N Mw NN wIN .

opening doors are Just a few of This Friday the Santa Fe Rebels Maw Cindy Clardy, Mrs.
the many things that girls did host P. K. Yonge of Gainesville Mullin Lyla Brogdon, and i EXTRA DANDEE BRAND FROZEN STRAWBERRIES.
for "flabbergasted" boys. In a conference gridiron Mrs. Meyer,- Robert Scott.
On Saturday, Nov. 14, officersof test. The bands of P. K. Y. and Westwood now has a Fight TOP.VALUI.STAMM
... .. ...c... 1 O-Oz
the Para .
Medical Club Santa Ft will perform In hal Song. The music was written by r.[ To I OT.N 5 S1.ALL
Journeyed to Jacksonville for an Appl Juice
time Mr. Johnson and the lyrics were
spectaculars. "
upper B district meeting heldIn :: ;::: :; Pkgs, .

the civic auditoriumThose _H_ __n'
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president; Harriet Herring, vice f TOP VALUa STAMPS

president; Martha Jeffords?: BISHOP OrT .. T. pM.IL
and demons Y..MNTurks /. PIES 2
secretary; Cathy Roa.tM. Family Size 79'
reporter.They were accompanied Tl.r MrYN
by Mrs. Dothalea Cowan. .. ___ fl
Also Saturday, the Santa Ft BULLETINBy i
majorettes had a splashing good I EXTRA
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time washing can In High MARY TUNSTALLand TOP VALUf_ STAMPS_ .... Fancy Golden RipeBANANAS
Springs. I SUSAN HAZEN r
On Saturday three Santa Fe Cub: takM.
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students and Mrs. Tr ILr.rN11IN

head of the annual WUllams'l Howard Bishop's foolb all hands of Buchholz, 34 7. The N r?r .Al e

at the School I of team ended the season In style only bright spot of the game E3K.TRATOPVALUUTAMPS
Ism at the University by suffering defeat at the was when Keith Harben scored '
the after[ touchdown by w ... .
-- -- -- --- [recovering point a fumble. Our sea ...........,....Po......
I'son's record this year wan 0- Ground Beef
! -T'wr NNr.wIN
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Yongc ''are being season heard to Suggestions change our EXTRA

I" : 1 team name from the Blue Dev 1 1 T01 VALUa ST AMISrrw Lb.
I ChatterBy ils to the Mets, or, maybe the
'Grubs.
i' Tamow Eage
We have had a few truant -Trw 11 .yt.
teachers here In the few .. ___ f'.n'
1 BARBARA HOFFMANThe past
} I I weeks. Mrs. Meyers deserted I

I .. i I'us tend for a West statewide Palm English Beach to 1 at. =:......-. <<7" ;.. .I. ..il".l.: .. .-. D .S : ; SHI yyej

Many girls can be seen busily Blue Waves played I teachers' meeting, and Mrs.

sewing In preparation for,,Green Cove Springs on Friday '.iUnna attended a meeting ot
the annual Fashion Show. :night. At this game all the!the Clinic of Florida Councilfor
which Is always a highlight of past varsity football players' Social Studies, at St. Petersburg ,. s
the school year. This year'i(satin a special section and airs 'se'sef e

chairman Is Marjorie Ellis, were honored gunts. Since 1 Our Science Club has started 11 I
chosen last week by the Home this was the lad home game again this year. The teacher
Economics II classes Detailsof of the season the band made I In charge of It, Mrs. Parsons
the ahow will be given later. special note of Its Senior members tried to lure members by 3 =
Mrs. Fluhr's shorthand dais at half-time. showing us a trick (during I

had a novel teaming ex rlfnce'' This coming Friday the team'which she laughingly c a I lIed
last week, when they will play Its last game at San- herself -Wanda the Wit 1 c h" CONFECTIONS : POST TOASTIU = SCOTT WALDO' : SWIFTS PAID ASTOR INSTANT

1 about local cosmetic make-up shop and to grooming learn,ta lot Ft of, and supporters they hope there.to SM a{which class) got In which a chuckle she from made the SUGAR CORN FLAKES! TISSUE i DOG FOOD COFFEE

as an aid to becoming betters, I smoke come from a seemingly Reg. | g {Reg 37i 4-Roll Pkg. Reg. 2/33 Ho. 1 Con .

secretaries.Mrs.. Calhoun's. English Workshop .I den UNDERTOW and Ann Warrington. .Cecelia Nor.seen. empty jar. Then, when shesaw

class Is learning methods making 'a great bulletin board]I'I she said as drooling she wouldn't with curiosity tell us, io71" i57 29 10 i9-;

, from a new and different kind II display on art for Humanitl Frank s 1 I I how she did It unless we came
of workbook. Varied opinions class Congratulations to ''to the meeting. =
being expressed, but most!Bolls. He was elected Admiral, .. = ... ( SI, w taw Sr = .
j art r (Light Date gown Ato) : Save H e* We pHw 4)i< eMntW J Sow I4< .e elf/ .*
of the students are finding ft'for the Anchor Club. W shire Bodies by the Roadside:
Bill Xn- Thanks to the Home EC
quit Interesting Walkup John Marvel girls ...
The B. squad cheerleadershave eking and Whit Springfield I I for serving refreshments fort I,:' '!,1F""" : ;
just been chosen for this sporting saddle oxfords. Happy e faculty meeting; It wasa
, rear. They are: Cheryl Wal birthday to Margie Ellis, nice try but they art all
j lace, Marjo Scarborough Us- who wan eighteen on the eighth still alive .We have our first
, en Summerlin, Toni Lewis, Players-maybe :you can get dance Friday the 13th. .We're TheSmartPlaceToGo..ForGoodThmgsToEatI _
all from the tenth grade: some tips from Bob Alday. going to have our annual student
Lindsay Mickler ant Gail since he spent the night with _s. faculty volley bal .
Guinn. from the ninth grade:(Florida High's football coach game soon; you'll be able to
and Louetta Kldd and Mildred during last weekend's b a I d.tell who wins by the grades en

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Itn Traverse Turner, soprano 1 lion to the piano accompaniment. Noted Critic on the best seller list is sched- Prizeword Puzzle CornerLast

with Willard Brask at I The tone of the French uled to speak at the University

a the piano, will present a con- horn help to portray the nostalgic To Talk Here Auditorium Thursday at 1.15 p.
at cert in University Auditorium mood of the song whichis

0to Tuesday evening November 17It one of farewell I last swift Prof. Jackson I. Cope of Johns m.A native of Pennsylvania, Week's AmltVtUS lUll MIHWOKB' coNtest SULSSV.

'::15. Mrs. Turner and Mr. look at passing memories and Hopkins University will speak to Packard has been an a u t hat, TM win tar No wrttct MwliM H Kw HIZ1WC PuzzLe N MM. I
Brask are faculty members in happier days. The French horn the Language and L11 e r a lure writer and teacher since receiving M MTXtct MNlttW M NWIW4 M Mil' SVMtyi PUN, NN MMly pea .Willnmm

leve the University of Florida De- obbligato will be played by Reid Club in Room 403 of the Unlver-, ; his master's degree from PrieJcordExplanationl, 1 It IM cmtint mmnum' M .MM.Vf.nt nth KM.= a Swns.11r5we mXerlMf K TM SMMr
partment of Music. Poole. sity of Florida Library Wednesday Ww HMMlnt -IO.. M wlrt Non M not Wll M HH4 If mm 'tMM
Columbia Graduate School o f wnNuuN ractlvXtomlllM 1,55 Ma.I.11V5M NNMn55S, e.e see wet
le Varied Program Following the Intermission at I p.m. 'Journalism in 1937. Ill.Nl.a"Mp::
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Mrs. Turner will devote the'Mrs. Turner will offer two of' His paper which Is on the Before his preoccupation with WOIID 'VUll. ..'" oath .Nne1 ..NWNnen N _'s-au NI..Nwd. _

n.is first half of her program to the best known arias from Puc- subject of Renaissance drams, the social sciences Packard .... .....NN......... UNnp .IM M e1VNN .wal5 1111. NPaIWN.e IN Ill"l

compositions by Bach and Schu- cini's "La "Musetrl 1 is entitled "The Knight of the spent five years as a newspaperman CLUES ACROSS aMwM 1NN Nc5N
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ma. 5 15. lad aa.M11 Mne.r.wn Mcewlw. MMIHaMN lit I11.WWNI wlslaMN
e.e. Bach and five songs 0 f Act nt From there he turned to writing wwPc1NM will.... M .cc.WMN, T II OSIMf. 10 .S11e w MtI/L/ TMHNlw
Schubert. The four well known I I Professor Cope Is a leading 3. TRUCKS not tricks N .... "h..IW a"1 MNM 5d .11 _....... aI.W NIt aMWa
articles and books.
Arthur Honegger's "PetM will close her program with an critic and scholar in Renaissance magazine TRUCKS may be ideal for tress 5 .5115 ,IM."_.,dee. II 5 wedea N All whet 5.ewMM
e.C. gongs of Schubert are "Fruhl- P'.P.rly M ISO .1111 PW11Mn' C.aeaS ad PI' tOOl M _
Cours de Morale"
la I short improvisation In Jan style o n drama, Milton and James I portation, but "hardly from the ...
ingstraum Professor's .
"Du hist die Ruh, dissentation on five vices and Art 11..1 M eN ,._vtlle PUN1sNe. Ca1Pw5 ... 11*
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C.a dance drums. K Joyce. The point of view of comfortableride. ,
Miss a
"Auf dem Wasser zu singen," e n n edy : public is Invited to may wet mil onMM

an, and "Gretchen am Spinnrade." their perils: promiscuity Indol- .will be assisted at the piano by attend. Article Appears ." "Driving' on tracks, as 4 ANN n. Non_ "". J"'" *** *"'*. ."'. to NaN Se e ea.KMN
ence, poppy seed romance, and .Miss Patricia I I Mitchell of I opposed to proper roads, is simply .......f. .M.II. "-'...wNrd.. ...MothN ...._ .._.. W/N
The final Schubert e. o. S. I. .
song Is the e.HaIN.INN5. N N II Pe.InaMO..
Mina Clmoo
curiosity. Ironically each of I Gainesville holder I Roy Craven, acting director not "ideal"T. ,INNn D.aoo, .. ...... 5,111
of the Philharmonic I N Ollka IN 'I w/ PING All .. N lie NNIw. lor ....
Infrequently performed "A u fl the five songs is given the of Gain Vance Packard of the University of Florida I RELIEF not belief. RELIEFIs 11 5. a,1M...N.. anal N N.. e.leaIIN' ken ...... .... LM MM _
dem Strom" the : Society is- MY N a we Nl a r11HIw lOr ...,'... .INt
only long ....... II' INSad III IN WII/ti/
name of a girl ville Scholarship. I To Visit Ui'Modern Gallery and associate professorof more satisfactory, Belief Is w5.1 III 5wu.w .arena M 5..111.1.

which French Schubert horn obbligato wrote with in al, Mrs. Turner's 'final group Is Something of a novelty, and art, has an article appear I. weak since the "boxer" can .. ,.,.,. tWI MM lit ........... wls "',........* eN aN.L.
( the Gypsy Songs. Op. S3 by. An- I certainly not In the usual solorecltalist's America's self-styled big In a recent Issue of SPAN. only believe that he tojhl to mty wtmlt M was (KM pine ll rev M Hall _1Si OINa4

tonin Dvorak including the genre. Miss Ken critic and noted author Vance The article "The Excitement of I have been declared the winner. ClmUHoi Alien I MW.II IM eiMHill* IIM m'y M tumlMil DM ", <.>.<.. .. *.
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TODAY thru TUES. well known Packer comes to the Indian Art" Is /N.: im liimil.: IM OMMMlIU SM M III IS 1x4 Pltc* elMM'll-
"Songs My Mother;nedy's program is offered in University Contemporary a I. SHARE not shave. The clue wrtaf nMUr Murk

"ARM" .H00.4.IO.9IS: 7:00."RUNNH.H Taught Me. partial fulfillment of requirements of Florida next week. report Craven's, trip to India suits SHARE better Regardingshave WUmn, N on,, fwd wad MhirtaM .. Hill kmlm IZtWOI9

: Mrs. Turner holds degrees; for the music education Sponsored by the University's as I Fuilbright Scholar in 196) It Is more a question of IUM pume.X', will"e.Mw i".SIM.INa..tle e.w rmziwoRo puzzis n*"_ M M.sla
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6:40, 1:10 from the University of Michi-,degree at the University of Flo Florida Union Forums Commit. M. 'neglecting. say, than of ".. I

gan and Teachers College of rids tee, Packard will speak on the SPAN Is published at the United fusing to" do an. TO w.5w,11U..s* OtlMlrilX SM MMr M IM MM to a.ss.H I --:1 .
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Columbia University. She has topic "What's Happening To [ States Information Service, 10. DEFECT not defeat The 10 r..frw._ M.e.or m mt r>MI

'GLORY TO ary of this year she enjoyeda I Organ and VoiceA The American Character New Delhi by the American,clue phrase "being a setback"

PETER SELLERSI'aw.w successful career as a soprano senior recital shared joint. Packard whose first three Embassy and distributed I Identifies this as such, which I Is
Oil T.1w.lYwTh. soloist in New York City ly by husband and wife, Mrs books. Including "The Hidden I throughout the world In many I more necessary for DEFECT. Adefeat Pussle No. it

She was a regional finalist in Mary Pat Otto soprano,. and Persuaders" made the top spot[languages. .. Is always some sort of
Lee Otto
organist will be
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the Metropolltalra' audi- presented "'.,tbark."
been a pupil of Arthur Hackett In University Auditor. 14 CELL not well. The c I u t Clip sad festa en a 4c Postcard
ium, Sunday afternoon, November CHECK TECHCOLOR word Indicates that
and Evelyn Hertzminn and has "usually"
22 it 400 Mr. Otto
coached with Walter Tauss I g, pm. this Is Intended for human habitation -
Boris Goldovsky. an d Rudolf will offer major organ works'by I Thus CELL Is s more B AST ) G PA
I
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Thomas. the natural consideration than well.
Prio to coming: to
Otto will offer arias and
University of Florida !in Janu-, longs I SYLVANIA MOTOROLA MAGNAVOX II. SOLE not solo. If SOLE: E LODL
r. by Bach, Schubert Puccini I
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lions of 1961. and Itflah( ) Is "acceptable, one does
Hageman. I D LE
not normally go out of Ms wayto
Senior Recitals I There Is no charge for any of "
TECH TV "find fault with It. But ene
Miss Patricia Kennedy, a the above programs. The public can readily visualise! the domestic
senior In the music education is cordially Invited to attend.
I In which "a man
122 N.W. 16th Ave. Phone J72-04JJ scene
"YOURP curriculum at the University of Looking Ahead I OPEN Ml. TIL 9 PM-5 PAYMENT HANS finds fault with the SOLE Just \ \\ OO
Florida will solo
i SIDES present a One result of the trimester i to be difficult." Even "though"'a ::
I WILL percussion recital at 1:15: Wed system is to move Christm as I solo rendition is "..C'tf'ptable"for IL

I sESO nesday, November 18 in Univer- music concerts earlier In the average ears, solo Is lest

ItK sity Auditorium. Her program season. The combined e h o ral WIN $100GRIDIRON apt since It's not uncommon for
I will Include I Sonatina for such to be criticized by
PROM LAUGHINOI" concert featuring the University sn expert a' E
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tympani and Piano by Alexander Choir, Elwnod!: Keister, conductor say, so as to help the solo-\

Tcherepnln, Two Solosfor and the Men's and Wom tit show further Improvement. R oT

Road Runner Snare Drum unaccompanied en's Glee Clubs conducted by 17. CHIN not shin. At times to _
by Michael Colgriss, two one's shin R
Guy Webb, will be presented start "scratching"
I I REVUE works for a battery of percussion -,Tuesday evening November 24 :_ II hardly the thing to do! But

including various drums, 'at I:IS In University Auditorium 7rCrime" one can normally get away with
vibraphone xylophone tympani : "scratching" one's CHIN O IS44 KLUMClUil STNOICATtM
.ALL IH COLOhI and small percussion Instru- I Of Interest 22. BOOMS not books or boons.
special and In addition you uc net now H hom-4illv r < mh
I ments by two French composers to Christmas music: In- BOOMS can bring benefits." end v ul4 like l to hove The Sun
Baudo and DesportM. Illustrating -cluding the beautiful Ceremonyof certainly. Boons are "benefits." l rtKi, plitw chain bo*. Intri Innui nehHaedev.r.d

f1 I mother Importa n t Carols of Benjamin Britten, It's the studying of "great DSt lulMcrilMri. See Kule Ne. I

j facet of the percussion players the combined choral organizations books" that "can" do so, rather .
stock in Miss
- -- -- trade Kennedy will offer the finale of than )just the books themselves

'LOII'DA' IIIIDINTS III ALL New MUIMA' '. SNOW AT RusftelDanbur"l\ Can t a ta. 24 PAUSED! not named Tine Nah.e
whet WACHII DUIII" "OVIMIlII .011 a SMALL I."ICICNAIIOII "Heritage of Freedom," basedon clue words "In front of," aresuperfluous Mill" tel ,......*r4 C..t..*
'II for PAUSED Th a..nMOIII.. in*
John
F. Kennedy's Inaugural passed.. .. ..
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[ Address of 1961. This performance makes a strslght/orwsrd' answer

I comes within. two .
ADULT ENTERTAINMENT 'days of the first anniversary of ) if -IMJ'pCI' M MODERNISM not modernist CttyACROMi, lea Pale.PdewW4 .
AT 1:00. 3:03. II the assassination of PreSidenl MODERNISM si in aspect of

5il6. 7:24.: 9:32 Kennedy.. art, yes, where "a conventional PIN
--- ---- --- art show" Is concerned. Thfll"uenow

t i Is apparent reason In the

IIw Modern an Individual' modern CLUES

r 1/ 1st should "be frowned upon it",
I I Shoe Repair Shop GREENBACKSWINNER the "show." He may be there I. Men should scold any unnecessary, -, of course

Heels Attached just looking on like other Interested I. Things that very Important will probably be given, 1m-

people. mediate stUntton.T. .

a .c 5 Mins. Should be shout the right weight

a IIOY ore Mlrmmai_ Soles Attached Contest No. 6 CUES DOWN I. One may very well force a mill to his home

1. FEWER not newer "Newer t. It may strike you ss strange how often people of contrast
15 Mitis.
leg types to be friends.
ALLAN D, BAU, JR. machines" may be new to thai
11. It could possibly be arranged for a quartet
particular factory, but nnt neceiuarlly -
At Two
WIN BROWNIS Locations 2603 N.[. 11th St. of more modern design. ii. Prison
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Carolyn Plate than the other FEWER makes II. In which a good I Idea may be followed by poor' esecutlon.

BACK IN TOWN FR .0315 end a more straightforward answer 17. Would normally help to make I man feel more confident!
2 FIRED not hired. FIRED Is
101 N. Main St. CONTEST RULES 20. Twelve months
the stronger answer Any man
Doing The News Opp. 1st Nat'l Bend can hire a worker to da some 22. That feeling of being tin be very frightening.

FR 6-521 1 I M,..* .. ..<. n, M ... M.KM MSM __ II wwl.e Now small job for him, without there 24. Not finding II appealing the life he lives would lot fully
t FOR IM N.. ... MM MIt Nr Sow ..M.eN.w.L necessarily being any questionof 'ot%.
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M WMH MHl M.N11 kit Ml M NM .MV N WMI
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NOW! 1 COLOR NITS! ._.MM'_w. __ e Nil a Wrsr. WI"M -M so/I. Then lor UN a. _M SPELLING Not shelling In I U) say.Objecting to H, in outspoken mall may have harsh things

OPIN 6:15 SNOW AT 7:00 W N_ N arrant saw w-N N Ia.N SPELLING, yes. In shelling.
Listen Tomorrow ... M M Ill Wa w..V WIN I. In the middle of I II have the
III COTS UTI A} 0:05 A Aa Pa.NN 51111-5. a .eNN PM -II M WMIW ..... l.n-S NaM however, complete "preclsl n" you may feeling that you've
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-.MSW.1 ... W w.1 w ra1.e.N. Is often impossible.
The Biz One ..,. M -w N a A N.Nw .rev N I. FIT not fat FIT k more to I. Is Ignored\ If It's considered so much ....Ip.
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lat ... a. Sal SW If "you ire" actually fat, I. In business, there may be something shout U that appeals
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weight iliac fat
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STARTS TONIGHT 7:00: 1 II HOUSE not horse. 'Although II. Daring

fleet the zaniest characters ever gathered under one bed! not" actually ".InUlt, to sell" II Ire easy enough' to s bow, of course

GRIDIRON GREENBACKS s horie "a nan might" accepts H. Heavenly body

fOOTBALL CONTEST mumble "011.," ". mm" IT. In the we .use, .e have i few from foreign countries.
does not lightly VII" bis
No. 3D HOUSE; but strewing "a big, |I II Hired worker

after," he "might b II A tree
certainly *
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tempted." 21. Crest periods tt lime

UMDMVBI 60 S"C" It Weep VI"IC' It BOLD not wM. "To be'' 21 Obwm.

PETER SELLERS BOLD." yes. Merely "10 be 21 Water' birder
'ROBERT WAGNER C 1..4ie. .t P..4" 0D cold." without adding anything

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DEAR ABBY: My beloved mother passed away recently, been married thirty years and aside / 1( A OUREYCRJR AND is NICELY! ER-DON'T BOTHER!
10 I called the minister and asked him for the wording ferences other married couples! have we NC7f PLUGGING UP I I FIRING AQAJUI..
Gf some prayer I could say for my mother, and he said, marital problems. Yesterday my GUH 1 REPLACED E THEHOLE IN r1 THERE WAS "I'm too busy and a lot of good prayer will do her a business trip and flatly announced GOLD SPIKE"- NI I HEART.'?' ONLY ONE BULLET:!

nowl" You ate, Mamma went to church long ago, but my "Impotent"! Naturally, my first question
father never liked to so, so Mamma finally quit going. know?" He turned red, never said a
Abby, I can't believe that Heaven Is open only to church the other 'room. Did I do anything wrong
members. I've called all the book stores In town and they DEAR PUZZLED: No. But he
say there aren't any prayers for the dead In any of the
prayer books they have, I've heard there are places where S r.f" .
you send a few dollars and they pray for the dead, but I DEAR ABBY: I am an attractive M
don't know their addresses. Abby, I'd be 10 grateful If you lost her husband 7 years ago after 20 r
would print a short prayer I could say for my mother before riage. (No children.) I hold a good
I go to sleep. Any faith it acceptable. I can't let you adequate income. The first five years of
send It to my home because my father looks over the mail myself into my work and ahut myself / c.m 11
first and I'm sure I'd never get It. Please don't turn down socially. Then I started to go out
my odd request. It means the world. to me. Thank you and ago I met a man I could really love.
God bless you,Abby. Sign me. In common and It was Just like a 1 bHE HOW ON JEST 1 1d1C'it01
AIN'T AIRTH I.OOK OLITDOVEKNOW
A PRAYER FOR MAMMA Here's the catch. Ha told ma from the E::: HOME. TH'WINDER
DEAR PRAYER From a Hebrew prayer book "I remember been deeply hurt once In marriage and 1 PAW SHE AIN'T!
tbee In this solemn hour, my dear mother. I remember again. He repeatedly tells me how
toe days thou dint dwell on earth, and thy tender marriage li out Ha could replace ma
love watched: over me like a guardian angel Thou bait he has much to offer I know no other e.11
gone from me, but the bond which unites our touts can para with him. Am I wise to end it r..IJG
never be levered; thy Image lives within my heart May :
the merciful Father reward thee for the faithfulness and DEAR DISTRESSED: Yes. When I
kindness thou bait shown me; may He lift up the light .f woman Is told by the man she loves :
His countenance upon thee, and grant thee eternal peace. because fee was "hurt" once, she should
Amen" eat exit and never look back. His excuse
II always works. Some "deeply hart" me "
S e .. recover quickly when they learn that 1
DEAR ABBY: My husband la' M and I am 8S. We have them en any other basis. I
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SUNDAY both of whom are aspiring quiet Jay Nemeth, who's W S I ,;
musicians. Ray Wilson I- seen In film clips of his 1:30: O NI YOUR lUNg.HOLOWl
Morning and Afternoon Fait LAST NWAfT/RWASA PLIASl1Re PROPPING BY roe CALLS UNTIL I'M
Is an extrovert who Las Vegas show; P a t er tDteO'raINtNGWASMINE! IVWNTTOWLXVmH THROUGH HERE,
5:55Color( ) Bible Reading '
wants to be a really great and Gordon British vocal gets YOU ABOUT RIW / PLEASE/ !
7:01: II) The Answer Religion !
muslcan; shy JoJo Rizzo instrumental duo; from
7:30 CD Gospel Caravan could be great if he'd the Koganas acrobatic wh4
1:30: CD Gospel Songs Just let himself go. Cast trio; Xavier and his Marionettes -
1:3 O Governor Bryant Includes Tommy Sands, ; Kessler Twins, 1:4S: 03 s a

Report Johnny Crawford, Harvey singer dancers and Brl- "The ) yam
IUD O Lippy the Linn Lembeck, Judith Morton xio the Clown. semi
1:01: Q You Are There and Jon Silo. ':30 Bill Dana of a

a TV Gospel Time .:30 O Topic Discussion Jose receives a letter Informing his
1:31: O Bible Answers $:00 O 09 Wild Kingdom him that his uncle war
a Gospel Songs has and
CD Together We Worship (Color) "Spotted Ghost," left him passed a fortune.away I I ( I
first of two parts. Host I 1 1Wa
10:00: a International Zone 03 Broadside hour,
Martin Perkins and Jim i Front"r.
O Lamp Unto My Feet The Navy has scheduleda
travel to southern Afro
CD Relevant Religion ca's rugged Kalahari territory battery of psychological 5 Tr cosy t I VYHSNSV I BOWII1
10:31: O Faith for TodayO l testa to determine how 1.00: O MIrtTVoourAnS DIoN 'r A NEW OSSSSI
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the leopard, one of na NOT IN THE MIDDLE
CD Eternal Light combat stress. When Adrian O 1 ATAL.L OP A POOTBAUU
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predators /
O Church Service
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1:30 O 03 G. E. College Bowl ':30 O
CD Rocky and His the skids, ha kindly advancer
Friends ':00 O 03 (Color) Meet the 03 ,
Press the date of the 1::4S O I
11:30: O Silent ServiceD testa CO

( Beany and Cecil 1:30 O News, Weather, Sports O.W: O 09 Bonanza I.SO O "
12:00 O Revival O Pro. Football Report 7:00 O rPuNC.e
O Ta Be Announced 09 (Color) News, Weather (Color) "Between" Heaven O
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03 Bugs Bunny 7:05 O
Is and troubled because
12:30: Q Oral Roberta .:45 O To Be Announced ornery 7:50 O
fear him '
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villainous King I la after a knows have turned up been asked to Judgea tvENINGy MANT LOUR THIS AJTEIIJCON! KNOWLLDGtWVRtSSE SIT DOWN, MR.
beauty contest, andRhoda' D / ,
1:30 O ALDtMtPERHAFS!
beautiful maiden. with a scheme to m a k e I !
one of the con 03 AOL Hoi1LY ', THIS ft THE
1:00 O Christophers a bundle at Santa Anita i
1:15 a NFL Today Race Track. testants. Guest Includes 10:00 O 1 MRALDN! r dMOMENT TO DBCLK5
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Jonathan Hole and Mar-
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Monday Evening what sort of girl young World: Kate's aunt Cora I:N O D Aady I baby sits with Harry's ment," ((1947) A maga- O Bachelor Father I:W O New. Weather
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O Mike Douglas ing to marry. rises since their wedding evening for 11;M O 03 Alfred Hitchcock assignment to writ. s I 31 O Jack Bossy CO (Color) TV BIa,.
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World Clvlllutloi treasure and find the Coulet "and the singing! King farmer hires a transient' subject, lie decides to O Arithmetic 1:N OD (Color) Lefs Male
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(CotorBetart) a Stranger I ported si Fort Cinch duktg I 0 1CoMr) Cameras o Said rf s tw*for|I commander with die bitter I "TW Nua's Story
." Fresh out of fill. DM War Betwee lilt "" ft comedy drams An n- axmory W a eodWon, :31 O TW JetM4OflDFiry O Movie
\Ht with M lIlIlfl'l'III'I States. II:IS d Pkyvtal E4KIOM I US O "ow' I raged CU Favor I* brhbid) he Ms rwponiibi tat" "PrW and Pro Judi.m .
degree. yowl I ,II M O 09 V... Weather I*.. O OD (Clr) where.I 4;31 O Ua. II bars and Demise ...* { Dose Mnwt, IUIonda tt" O My Ktogt >V.4 if iMrywm'
Ryan returns Ian?'* to : nil bug? O IeN N : teaiftoM .kwi III'I II | Thinlrag, t "From lid I o T-.w..e "Iron M litre**"
Medicine! B<>w o>lrrmatd >I Sports I CeW, Nos. wrack a I LM Lary IJ Move I gefljng dM dr*.*rs I Ilsyrtbs bra.....- ||M7) When I ) CisbrtogU I.M CO Shark Theater
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GRACE KNIGHT back repaired items for sale in Mrl.Frances Lamb, Miss Sarah clothing donations than Dallas,' 'Our customers In the store,]

Vail Student Journalist the retail shop. Money from Collins, Mrs. Barbara Knapp, Texas did In their school drive.", art people from every walk
11 Just a year ago the Goodwill sales is used to pay wages to and James Singletary. Three deposit boxes In Gainesville life" said Mrs. Lamb.

Industries Retail Store workers who made "Some professors come in
opened handicapped Robert L. Heath director of shopping centers are sponsored -
,/5-I t1r here, at 601 NW 8th Ave. The the repairs Goodwill Industries of Jackson- by business concerns look through the old bodks eit

45I anniversary Is being marked bya here. our shelves. Newly weds may
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in their of the Goodwill contributed each week In
then-Mayor Byron W nn. After support are '
at bargain prices. Mothers of families come In
reconditioning it was returnedto program of training the handi- these deposit boxes" said
Goodwill trucks made 108 get shoes and shirts for growIng
trips from Gainesville to Jacksonville Gainesville and i o 1 d in the capped. Heath. boys. And a fisherman may|

during this first year Goodwill store. 'la the recent School Bag Such donations enable Good- stop to pick up some plates an

+ carrying used items donated by Alton Phillips, manager, Is Collection, Gainesville filled a will to operate on a 17 per cent cups for his camping sup ply,"]

Gainesville residents bringing assisted by a staff of fourCUNNINGHAM : greater percentage of bags with self-sufficient basis. she said.

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Jomoi M. Ooy, p.t .. _.... chock j
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Held in Less by lien a. GNIN J,.. lut 118 ieeeIN..
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TodayThe the SUNKEITH ton chock Woiloy' Don_, _.... L .
known, worthlon chock Carroll C. Pit-
non. H.w-., Illegal .....1... JM.Id 4r
reverent awe which once H. M. hey. Hom.,.". ,.Uu.. N h. I
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Author Visits UF II II .Ie. NON enter.WIIt. ,
set the physician and his whole COURT Of MCORDCrtmlnol olotlon ot drlvofo llconoo mlrlcttoMO Dlnon, Mloh Igrlngt. corking" on)
Buck winner of the Pulitzer and Nobel for. environment apart from the rest H DhoooltlontJudM or,I dal,. jotolo, R. Rutlodgo, Howthorno hlghwoy Urtttt N. lonlon, Rt. V drlv-1
Pearl S. prizes literature talks in eortor DraMMf opoidlng tn or I dayIV.. Isle too ltochorgm.
: of Florida freshman Barbara Schmid of Ft. dean of society Is diminishing In our ., ... D. Ihrovo, Or- BroMf drlvor-o llcomo, tM or I doyi. dlmlltodt I
with.University Lauderdale of '.lIu. PKIHIp Carl C. llnglotm, ",. I. ...,,.,., Orly.fo Jorcld W. Okkl
Hale Theodore Harris executive time, Robert Cunningham, edi- 1 lond, ipMdlng. 111 Wlllltm A. lludr Ikmto. IM or I doyo. Lowio Smith. 1M1 II 3tH It, no valid drlvor-t I II. Iconoo
Student Affairs Lester and director of the Pearl Polotlto. wooding. ... ..I.... W. ... (120 Mill since At MllHr. Po-1
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3. Buck Foundation (from left) during a surprise visit to the University campus tor and publisher of the national m Kklwn Jamil, MM*.IS cWwm..K. II.,,knorooor riowtnorno tag. uiotlonhKlorlOdoyo.John .. ot rag *lltko. loll., no... valid Mlcinopy driver, no I Hctnio.valid drhoroIkonot. Jtmoo I

Friday. Miss Buck Is on a lecture awing throughout the state of Florida, magazine Modern Hospitals e......, 131. I M. lutton. tlorlco, Impnvor drlvof Wlllltm H. Ihiw O4 II kid
said here Lacy v. Brawn .,. 1. no drlyor1! H. IkHlM, IM or | ..". Antol 5.W.H U., no valid drKror. 110.... M..,. P.
speaking on behalf of the foundation which alms to help 50,000 mixed American Friday. OHM, US Wlllltm .. arupM. Spur- ., RL talluro/ to liovo vohlclo undor 00<.. Orlondo no valid drHWl llconMtontoncot .
in dltoboyod tto. llgn. Ill Tim- control, ItS or II do... Alva 0whlt. doforrMt Chorlol L. Jude ,
;Korean children currently living as outcasts Korea. cur Photo) '" n.
Speaking to hospital adm I nistrators ten M. CorWiort! Dolo. I..... failure to .. Mktnopy, M II,.... t... tM klnt Mdraot. unknown. Nut _I... !
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and public relat i Ions Jr., JtdnanrlUd/ wooding, 131 ooMv.lt '
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UF directors of hospitals fro m the HutclHmon Ing nth without ,....... HI ordtyt 10
Southeast In a public too Inrnm clow. TOomwvllH I3SDtnlol ..., modIng John C. SWIM, _... unknown, Even under Communist rule

THIS IS workshop at the relaUon'l ,Mild 131. Jomot drlvor-l too I..,...tddroil... 131 unknownno LM FMIMIc. ,. worthloio Johnny chock R. nolltullon D..,.. oddrotl ond unknown. IMco.ll restaurants in Peking have extravagantly
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CalendarWeek III. wooding Ul. Robert worlhloM chock rottltutlon ond
y .E Florida's J. Hlllls Miller Health learn English let along Greek 5.. 5rVryn Mltchtllr oddrou. .......... .Inv KH coitl llylm L. Johnton Howthomo, flowery names -
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Center Cunningham said: .... .... 120. ,no ." .. '1''Ikmo. M or II day.. "Unbounded Virtue and Happiness -
I The love and respect that once L ,SJfTp. Mulll 4JOS If LId Ploco Robort L. Potwoy, ........ unknown. ," for example, and "Ac
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awe Is being replac e Ilk no valedrCNY NCMMUS. 10 doyi. John W Rkhord, 1734 Nf In
Our EVENTS been fragmented almost to *. O. Porter, tumtt L .C.. woodIng. -
Town by I sophisticated, appraising US Lormld tollort, iviiwion, wow I
1 Tuesday Concert: Sarah and often critical scrutiny the vanishing point at times 1... WO. Colvln V. Torry MM Nl Mhno

,Traverse Turner-soprano, University the same cold eye which looksat and this is part of the probe "v._. I... Oil.OMrO. valid. Iris llcomo, till Decorator
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JEAN CARVER II I and every other element of society whllt Inloxkttod, I1M on* drl..
U -- By faraday Forums Com- or'. llconM tutpondod throo tnofithiKK
SoinSfiow, it is entirely approprWCffiat proval test by putting down a mittee Lecture by Vance Pack- today as if to say: 'Whatare Egg Market !*.. Cobk &......11100 ae.edhc.,

National Education passed the students' seal of apbit ard: "What's Happening to the they up to now, and how L- coot dltoMod 0(1 Charles. W. PrydoMocclonny I1'1t11II; [
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WefiOOd! Veterans Day come of clever insurrection by American Character"? University much Is It going to COlt?' I JACKSONVILLE (AP-North- Woe, tM Nl withholding Wtl Ttr, wimnldlng tup too'witoneoit -

abountie same time.WlflLIU ., I a back-row Bob Hope. Auditorium a:IS p m. Cunningham said that whl 1 e east Florida Egg Market pricesto ""!! Koborl L, C"0"
I Facing the official roll 01 SI :3rd Sir "d volld drlwt llconiom ,
due to the
I respect Sunday Senior Recital Lee the growth of pre payment retailers: or N d.... tdgtr L. Curtlt. 711 Nl.in
there numbers of three names, it appeared that Avt., wooding, traffic Khool and atDISCOUNT
wet dead art
teachers who face classroom unless some quick method were Otto, organist; Mary Pat Otto plans has something to do with Extra large 45H-49 mostly 48 050 Improper eoitk drlv.r'i Jomoi f/leM Pottor,. IM, sags or I, d.Plo....,

them devised to establish gl I v e n, soprano; University Auditorium the diminishing g Jam o ur and large 43U-45 mostly 45; medium Allon H. Pll.l.ril.ln idle NW :trt
battler making equally the rollcall wouldbe 3 p.m. mystique of the physician, the 33/ 38; 34 small 31- PI.... ipoodlng, IM or I doyiJomot .
silver stars and hero lames, dally mostly ; Orlttln HlgK Iprlnoi, .Itnpro*
worthyof to citations. three hours long because 01 EXHIBITS constant advance of m f d 1 cal 34, mostly 3334. or ."' .,.. lie....., IM or I d.... Tlmo-., I PRICESot I [
: J Homlllon/ MM NW ttth Torpndlilg
countless gales of laughter over science Is the most Important : ; no or I doyt. Lonnlo H. Lod-
This all came to mind this I November 1M7 Drawings contributing cause. Poultry at farms: fryers 14H Near, 2330 I. Unlvortlty ....., Improp-
their friends' unused
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week with an invitation to sit names. Collages and Lithographs by hens light M or II.drlvor..." A..llcimo 101."_. IM.. Hlgn I doyt lorlngi. vlfcKM -

In .oa a matinee performanceof "What," I asked the cocky Gabriel Kohn Gallery X. Bulld-I "The father child relationship I
!the CBS presentation of "Ca- Ing X the "
young man on the back row, Monday-Friday t between the MD and HAYTHORNE r

>xlrl0t. 'should I call you?" a.m. until 12 noon and from patient is vanishing with t h The Furniture ManufacturersAMPLE

"Yt1171 need earplugs," one "Oh,' just anything, Tom, 1:30 to 5 p.m.November: : old-fashioned family cbtor-'lhe says '

teacher warned. She explainedthat Bob. You choose," he smirked U. 2s -Contemp- community savant who could '"Havd you" had an insurance chock-up I '

the performance was for After grinding a bit of enamel ory Wall Hangings Florida read Greek and play the violinas ere recently Insurance? Sid Agtnt a professional fOmo"owt Indtpind-Look fort f I'

local elementary' school children off my back molars, I explained Union Bryan Lounge well as deliver babies, set t "81g I I": e.aliroan. HOUSlSwittv .

;/ that If I followed my November JS..21St. u den t fractures and cure pneumon I a.The ,
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: Well; being experienced In Impulse to call him what :I Print Exhibit from Universityof [ physician today Is so b u ay NATIONAL .PROTECTION M Will .i.
the of school Alabama Florida Union I keeping; with his pract Ice M in St..t S.W T3rii St.
ways age youth, wanted to, the principal and up NOVIMIIK S-Mth S

she could bave had the compassion school board would object heartily North Wing.Gallery. I' that he scarcely has time t o

to Include MUtown. Ora \ \

quick Manhattan. Eureka, the Ice was broken, trt

Conservatively the crowd ot and In spite ot the vocabulary DO YOU OWN PROPERTY IN "RED" AREAS BELOW? ;

below-belt versions of Charles tests I initiated after a few

Addams imitators numbered days of enduring their bad .

173000. The forces for good grammer and misspelledwords it I I r 1 .me I /I 61 I 1 silt' I '. .1 r
and virtue were represented bya we survived each other. I
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handful of teachers, made So while It was more like bee A.d = e

weary by a day of trying to big a reservist among the car! fjAU. ..Dr 48 f: ,'-_ 8 : :- 'r1' :<. -

keep up with the wiggling eer military the two weeks :Jr. .11' .... ALACHUA COUNTYFLORIDA

squirming squealing,' young- taught m* a hearty respect for ,Vo. Ct-: .

tters.. the teacher.. I : -: \ .. -$-

"Would you like to sit down There should be an American r"Tln' r If< ,

'Iq closer':.a friendly teacher vole Legion for teachers. I : l1 ,\ \/I '1:' "

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feeling. more and more like I ,..' ; -: ., if r.-, L. -= I """

their next meal, I decided to Wheat Crop i r \ ( ua..... 8I'fr w I "
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my" back to the wall, crying for MOSCOW (AP) Pravda T\'. II mI .. .\ I.... \. : LJI JIO .

my mother. complained: Saturday that Rus I Isla' ._ ,-.; r-1'rr + SI. l- ..I t- ., IllUDSIp
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growing corn at the Gainesville/ Nursing Center "backyard".
Discussing the proper can for patients are from left to right Mrs. Catherine( Okus,
head nurse at the Gainesville Nursing Center; Cathy Campbell and Martha Horrtll,
student nurses, and Miss Lois Knowles, assistant'd.an of the UF College of Nursing. .
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I Calendar Of Events Jane Bingham Com plimentedble Rose Society Program 1

Dr. T. J. Sheehan memberof ke and Mrs. J. W. Sites. t
TODAY,November 15 pie.League the University of Florida All Interested persons are
B'nal Israel Sisterhood, 1 of Women Voters, As a pre -wedding courtesy oree and her mother Mrs. which was placed in the of Ornamental Invited to attend.Writers.
p.m., Education Center, 8 p.m., Mrs. Louis Cohen, for Miss Jane Bingham, whose Ned Bingham, who both wore garden, were Mrs. J. C. Dick- Department
Game Night.MONDAY 1250 NW list Terrace, Orientation marriage to George H. dresses made from silk I inson Jr., Mrs. Eleanor Bode Horticulture, will present a ClubA FAVORITE SPOT
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,November II Coffee.Gainesville! Schlldge of Middleton N. J., brought from India during Brown Mrs. Leon Heiderson program entitled "Rose Varieties symposium of original 10 j
= University Women's Club Junior Woman's will take place November 21, their recent two year stayin Mrs. George Spache, Mrs. ," when the Gainesville work by members followedby Lpvt NOON.
Membership Tea, 3:30: to 1:30: Club Benefit Bridge Crazy a coffee was given Saturday. the country. Paul Harms and Mrs. R. L. ROM Society meets Tuesdayat a critique will be the program 706 W. UNIVER. AVE.
.=. p.m., Clubhouse, West New- Hat Party 9am., Gainesville Hostesses were Mrs. JosephM. Camellias were used in dec Johns. Federal for the Writers' Club

; berry Road Mrs. J. Wayne Woman's Clubhouse. Laps, Mrs. Douglas E.Scales oration of the serving tables Gardenia corsages were I p.m. at Guaranty Tuesday night.
= Reitz hostess Gainesville Little Theater Mrs. James L. Cooperand which were appointed In pink presented to Mrs. Bingham Building Community Room. The club under the leadershlp
-= Gainesville Woman's Club production "The Ugly Amer Mrs. E. M. Edmonson Jr. white and green color scheme. and the bride. elect who also of Dr. Roy Ivan Johnson
.- Art Class 1:30: a.m., Dub- ican", 1:30: p.m., Little Thea. Attending the morning party Pouring coffee In the dining received a gift of goblets In Refreshments will be serv- will meet at 7:30: p.m. In
house. ter.4039 NW 16th Boulevard.Girl which Maurice Ah- ed. Hostesses will be Mri. B.
was given at the room were Mrs. her crystal pattern from the the Board Room of the Chamber -
Coffee for Antique Fair Scout Prairie Neighborhood Laps borne were more than rens, Mrs. Myra Terwllllger hostesses E. Nideau. Mrs. P. C. Ruel- of Commerce Building!
: Exhibitors S p.m., Mrs. Thomas Meeting, 10 '.m., 100 guests.In Mrs. J. B. White and Mrs. I.A
_.- Maren, 1228 SW 14th Girl Scout Office, 810 NW the receiving line with James B. Pope.Presiding I
=: Avenue 8th Street. the hostesses were the hon- at the punch ta- !
== Great Books Discu silo I n Gainesville Garden Club,
Croup, 6 p.m., Gainesville Circles:
-= Public Library. 1:30: a.m., Begonia Mrs. C. ChurchMONDAY Circles ,, .' .
H. James -I ',
Gainesville Toastmas ters 1104 SW 7lh Ave- "
''': Club 1:30: p.m., Park Lane nue; Chrysanthemum Mrs.D .
-t Cafeteria. T., Sills. 121 Boulevard; November 11 NW 15th Terrsce. I Do you think your Man-made .
:: University Toastmas tern Daisy Mrs. H. E. Bedell, St Patrick's Church St. Patrick's Church
= Club 11:30 a.m., UF Faculty 1520 NW 10th Avenue; Day- S p.m., St Jude's Circle, 1:30: p.m., St. Ann's Circle, fibers in your carpeting are
Club. lily Mrs Henry Graham Mrs. Robert A. Guldice, 1001 Mrs. John Harrison 727 SW
Gainesville Branch National 1922 SW 8th Drive, Gardenia NE 20th Place. 27th Street.WEDNESDAY. ?
something new
League of American Pen Mrs. Davies 2216 NW 4th Wesley Community ,November 11
Women, 8 p.m., Dr. L all a Place; Hibiscus Mrs. Charles Methodist Church SI. Patrick's Church
Boone, 2027 NW 7th Lane. Shaffer, 3425 NW 8th Avenue S p.m., Virginia Chapman 8 p.m., St Joan's Circle
City Fanhellenlc 8 p.m., ; Palm Mrs. James Mi- Circle Mrs. R. N. Walker Mrs. George Truchano, 1301
Chi Omega House 807 West lam, 4104 NW 13th Place; 2224 NE 12th Terrace. NW 4th StreeLTUtJRSDAY 1--. \ ',:.,; '. ,
TUESDAY,November 17 ,November 19 i.
Panhellenlc Drive Open Rose Mrs R. Leee Montague
Meeting for an fraternity ,INX NE Fifth Street; Wesley Community St Patrick's Church '. T.
alumnae members. 1:45: a.m., Glorlosa Mrs. Methodist Church 8 p.m., St Theresa's Circle ." "." '{:
American Association of J. Bartlett Hydorn, 271) SW 1 p.m., Helen Thomas Circle Mrs. David Sincere 3832
University Women 7:30: p.m., 8th Drive; Mrs A. M. Pettls 327 NW 41st Lane. I
Mrs. John V. Saunders 108 10 a.m., Gladiolus, It r s. .i
NW 22nd Drive. Haven M. Perkins 102 NW .
Women's Auxiliary to Ala. 36th Terrace. ulloNaRy k ..
chug County Medical Society 12 noon, Dlanthus, Executive R uo
7 to 130 p.m., J. Hillis MIl- Room, Holiday Inn; MOST
ler Health Center Auditor'lum 1:30 p.m., Camellia Mrs. NEARING AIDS
Babysitters' Safety J. H. Simons, 1122 SW 11th pDUaH CE IN
Coorse. Avenue; Founders Mrs AlIce
Gainesville Bridge Club I Clapp Brown, 321 SW TRaHSIS10R I II
7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. 13th Street; TITi'IJIJir NE I
Gainesville Garden Club 2:30: p.m., Amaryllis Mrs. SINCE
Board of Directors 1:30: a.m., E. D. Wynn, SIS NE 9th Ave- s

and Guaranty Loan Federal Community Savings Room. nue 3 ;p.m., Azalea, Mrs. De- e.5 \ ( i I i

TUESDAY November 17 Witt Jones, S45 NE Tenth ) '
Antique Fair and Sale, 10 Avenue; Lotus, Mrs. C. I. \ .T i
am. to 9 p.m., University Hood 4023 SW 18th Street; .- ;
Medical Guild Old MargaretAnn 4 p.m., Mimosa, Holl day : :,,fk
Store 107 NE First Inn; zwursiuauiwIiIff
Street. I p.m., Carnation, Mrs 1
Alpha Omicron PI, 8 p.m., Kendall Johnson 37S1 NW
Mrs. Richard Bowles K7 NW 23rd Avenue; Jasmine Mrs
15th Avenue. R. W. Martin 70S NW 40th
Alachua County Republican Terrace; Hydrangea Mrs r.
Women's Club, Lunche on, George Fritz 218 NW 12th 1 r
Noon Park Lane Cafeteria, Terrace; Geranium Mrs R. 1 1 1 r
CoL P. W. Thompson, guest L. Stanley, 111 NW 9th Ave i
speaker. nue. NEW1 / -
Business and Professional FRIDAY. November 19 Zenith h neat ta bring you tho tdvtivti.t 1o d thaw bars eln : e
of Monolith) circuitry made poul- ease em fit a, to,
Women 7 p.m., Gainesville Gainesville Little Theater tat* by apace at. technelafy. Now you raa rt e.fetr. :_ .' :.ts'p
I "ale" MN. [
Golf and Country Club Foun- production "The Ugly Amer can anion the btncflti mart pirlorm. ..tau.x..a.rrour es ,
ders' and Woman of the ican" Little are., dependability and airs ftiturti eieatni..e
Day 1:30: p.m., Theater "Arcidli" available with "T.l..Touch'Uliphon .ri.alae S
Year Observance Dean Mar- 4039 NW 16th Boulevard. *eonvtnitnc. fotturo hn"dee. A. + dr
I na Brady, guest speaker. Gainesville Bridge Club,
/' Florida Nurses Association I a.m.,Holiday Inn. Don't buy any hearing aid
District Ten, 7:30 p.m., Room Gainesville Association of without "FREE 10 day trial I
H411 University Teaching Insurance Agents U:1} p.m., M' rft
Hospital Holiday Inn.Cainesvllle.
II WEDNESDAY,November II Woman's Club FRESH ZENITH HEARING AID BATTERIES !
Antique Fair and Sale 10 Bridge Party 1:30 p.m. Club FOR MOST HEARING AIDSrniiru'c r
sm. to 9 p.m., University house. "
'I Medical Guild Old Margaret SATURDAY, November tl (We hate to argue with our wonderful customers -

Ann Store 107 NE First Gainesville Little Theater 608N.VVUvkl BUT if said you're !)
Street. you yes, wrong
( production "The Ugly Amer. J ,
MAIN ST.
i Gainesville Bridge Club J ican", I 30 p.m., Little Theater r r
,j 7.30pm Junior., Holiday Welfare Inn.League 4039 NW 16th Boulevard. To-day we at Gate City are able .

t 9 Building.:30 a.m., Guaranty Federal ,, the advances of science to give to you manmade r

League of Women Voters, fibers that will out wear and hold colorsof
Orientation Coffee, 10 ..m.,
.I Mrs. Burton Woodward 2114 many more shades than the out dated

West University University Women's Avenue. Club I natural type fibers could never do!

Choral Group, 10 a.m., Club- 1

.' bouse Gainesville, West Newberry Woman's Road.Club For example, Acrilan in a host of colors ,

Creative Writing Group 9:30 iIt Batt lAAllT1 3TAtN and designs that would compliment any t 'fo
Society I Miss Eleanor
Smith, 725 p.m.NE Second Street. decor, by Alexander Smith, in a price range :
Chapter I, P.E.O., 10 a.m., -
Mrs. E. J. Emlg 2120 NW way below the cost of that wool carpet your '

THURSDAY:3rd! Place. ,November II ; mother purchased years ago when a dollar $ j :'I: ,

Inspirations""Holiday Decorations, Flower Show and bought much more than it does to-day. Only '. ,,o ) :; .

Judges Council 10:30: a.m. to : $7.49 per sq. yd. will make your home a :
I p.m., Holiday Inn, Open to "
I. public. r.i ; place of glamour!
r s a
Gainesville Library Advisory :
Board, I:30 p.m., Gainesville 3l f
Public Library. l lJ Nylon, another of the new miracle fibersr

OES Gainesville S p.m., Masonic Chapter Tern-44, t made in a wide variety of patterns and colors

; at a price to fit any pocketbook, for example,

: The San spends v : the famous Continuous Filament Nylon can

tin Winter f compliment your living area for $5.95 per sq. r

t In the West Indies. 4 yd. or as low as $4.99 and $3.99 per sq. yd.


it i Canard's Join Carman'a.i it on The first actual synthetic textile fibers

9 carvtaiant cniiios JJ.-Ii! 1890. However the idea of
from Florida,$140 up. goes back to a t

I Sad board from Canard's Fort Lauderdale Ir-condi- ) chemical process similar to a silkworm's spin :

booed sUbtUiofaqulppodCar.xufa. ning was mentioned by the English scientist

?*.. pool. CUnt-l vel outdoor Lido iwim-Deck. \ RtGULA $19.tI.... lilt ? Robert Hooke, in a published article as long r' 7r

Sdght club superb Mean.Non.feal.lsa4 ...... .... 1664. '
impoccabla Brttbkrrtoa. $14.11 COATS ..... t ago as
stolwoom with

CtWetee.13.11 jiliotq ant es. Choose your 11 # Just walk over that old shabby, outdated, ;,

days,S past$l06.p4 ; faded carpet now; pick up the telephone and
JOB 4. days Sp..*. U<<> ups "" ", .. ,.me f ir'aa $
14 11 dijFi S p**.9000 ups sires I .. 11 I II dial 372-0441, our man will be knocking on
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)- r.a...,n Ur.,10......$.70 cps foAi_' Si_ I your door to professionally solve your carpeting -
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lies it,u days,s pa*woo ups problems.
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f Second: annual Madrigal Sterett, who also will slay
Dinner-Concert ot the Gaines the organ as guests an.\c
vile Woman's Club will be Dr. Lynn Ten Eyck, who will!!
presented for members and play a small wooden recorder
friends two evenings this year, the flute of that day
November 30 and December accompanied by his daughter: ,
1.Both. Miss Juliana Ten Evck win V
affairs will begin i will play the harpsichord, the .w
; promptly at 7 p.m. at the piano of that period and Or
':!ubhouse, West University Fred T. Laughon Jr., wearing
Avenue. brown monk attire who is

1 i Several changes: have been to give the Invocation.

., made from the first dinner The ticket committee w 11
1'1'1 1 1I concert: given last year Mrs. be at the Woman' ClubHouse
Lyn Ten Eyck and Mrs !Monday from 10 a.m.
t.N t.
.i Fred Laughon Jr, Cochairmen until I p.m. and from 3 to f
have announced p.m.'hen tickets! may be
New characters Include: purchased for either the Monday -
Tuesday night events,
or
William 7 Arnett, as a Yeoman
of the Guard; Mrs. Pel- No tickets will be held with ti
bert Sterett a court: singer payment and none will be
Dr Lynn Ten Eyck, accompanied by his daughter, Miss Julianna Ten Eyck, at accompanied by I Dr Delbert sold at the door,
the harpsichord, shown above, will play a recorder solo during the second annual _".J. J __. w+
Madrigal Dinner-Concerts given P\o>ember 30 and December 1 by the Gainesville -
Woman's Club. 1. IFs: ., ArUr

and Mrs. Delliert Slerretl, above, will also be new performers fur the
I Madrigal Dinner-Corn this year Mrs. Merrett lit to be one of the Court
1 Coffee Honors Julie Cheves Singers and Dr. Slerrett will present a program uf organ numbers proceeding
the traditional Merrie flue England Festivities.

I :: First of the pre nuptial mother, Mrs. Mark Babcockof Cherry Ford and Miss Ann
i = parties honoring Miss Julie Daytona Beach.A Reynolds. Flower Show Judges Council
r -.: Cheves, bride elect of Wil gift of silver also was Assisting In the hospitalitieswere
liam N. Babcock of Daytona presented to the bride to-be Miss Jo Hen Love, Miss I
Beach, was a coffee given by the hostesses. Linda Love, Mrs. Richard To Present Holiday Ideas
Saturday morning. Pink, White Decor Jones III and Mrs. Benry
:E Hostesses for the affair Adorning the serving table Walker, all daughters of the
hostesses. Holiday Decorations andInspirations" turing an unusual mobile. No admission Is to be charged
were Mrs. Earl May, Mrs. was a white satin covered
for the There will also be but
wishing to
appruaihlng a special anyone con
:: Cecil Love, Mrs. Charles B, wedding ring filled with pink Miss Cheves, who Is teaching -'a
festive season will tiible arranged: In honor tribute may make a silver donation
= Outen, and M r s. Fran ell roses and centered by a miniature at Cocoa High School In be theme of the exhibit by of the Ruby Anniversary of to the Mrs. James W,
T. Myers, who entertained at bride figurine. Rockledge, Fla, spent the the flower Show Judge the Gainesville Garden Club, Day Memorial Library Fund.
,2 the Myers home. Colors of pink and white weekend here with her parents Council, District V, at the which Is observing fortieth Mrs Day, a flower show
were emphasized in the party Mr. and Mrs I. X. ,
More than 100 guests called Cheves. Holiday Inn SW thirteen I year. judge well known throughout
.. during the morning hours. appointments. Street, Thursday Hours are The public w titvTtcd to attend the state, was a pioneer In
Presiding at the coffee services For the Thanksgiving holiday r" Yrw. from 10.30 a.m. until I p.m. the festive exhibit arranged '- Harden Club work.
7 Bridal corsages were pre- were the bride elects she will go to South Boston j Among the contemporary by the Judges Council Mrs. John W, flowers Is director
sented to Miss Cheves, her aunts. Mrs. David Wamer Va., to visit her fiance and traditional arrangementswill In hope that many of the of the Flower Show
;: mother, Mrs. I. X. Cheves, and Mrs. Ben L Reid both and complete plans for their Wearing the authentic cowluni of a Yormin: of be Thanksgiving and liens presented will be nilupt-
.... and the bridegroom elect's of Jacksonville, and Miss wedding, which Is to be sol the Guard; in the Elizabethan period will be William Christmas tables, door swags ed for use In the home of Judges! Council, District V,
emnized December 26 In the T. Arnett, above, \\holll to be one of the new actors wreuths, a Christmas tree, the viewers during the holi and Mrs. Henry RiutUma Is
First Baptist Church. this: year_for the IMndrigal Dinner-Concerts. and a New Yenr's table fea day,. program chairman. .

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Mr. and Mrs. F. Russell Mr. and Mrs Ar-
Lawrence Gayle w ere mar- Us L. Kent all of Jacksonville -
-? rled on November 7 at the ; Mrs. Inei Swearlngen,
:': home of Mrs. Sarah Winter of Orlando, and Mr. and Mrs. Closing Out Entire Stock
cousin the bride. Bone
Waldo of Ralph E. of St. Petersburg
S Dr. U. S. Gordon, assisted by .
." A. E. Harp, both of Gainesville The newlyweds will make a
officiated for the ceremony home at Brooklyn Lake,
Keystone Heights, following -
.2 .The bride Is the former their wedding trip.
Mm Margaret A1 I bright of
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STEP and
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An improvised altar was \1'
*. arranged in front of the fireplace for &
r which was banked ,
n with palms. Silver candelebra rx ChristmasFine >/ "

= holding white tapers adorned a A .
i the mantel $ RICE O'NEILLLADIES
:
.;7 Mrs. Eddie Fisher of i '
;; Gainesville' was pianist & Portraits ;jFrank ,... F '
,:., Uncle Escort Bride

:: .,Given In marriage by her t!) By
.uncle, E. H. Bone, the bride SHOES 1
wore a white silk suit and
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matching accessories. She
,j carried a bouquet of pink
roses and stephanotis. f s
Mrs. Winter, cousin of the

.: bride, was matron of honor rMS .. ni"
*;: She wore a blue silk dress, t ". nO5M r'
Nvii'tl.n M "'
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;* matching accessories and a WnM -. '' In the of lines .
ItM1Yn consolidating our
tlh NN process
of pink carnations, ,_ ..
corsage: i ti MCII T M'S
MNM
jj Frank Gayle, son of the fJ. elII MINI',.. .10._.lIy nM ,.,. ? of quality fashion shoes for women we
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.:: bridegroom, was best man. h.ll. 5.5 AtWO ..M.hll
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Z. Ishers were Larry C. Gayle, .. ns., n.w.r find f it to discontinue '
w.nry. tor "nag necessary our en-
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William R. Bone cousin of \ ".' .'04.. .".'''.' N C"',"'''Im.'. Mao.n tire stock of Rhythm Step Or Rice Oncol.
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the bride. .' ? Mw M MNYe.
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will .w MN. ws..nNI These era all current styles and the latest .
; Following the ceremony, a c. l.5 II .Ill
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reception was given. ISIS ,//N 50150 Mr.ur .'"
fashions. Choose from 800
w. pain ot
4/,;.; The bride's table was over- "ot
.- laid with a white cut work FR 6-5J11 (I drastic reductions. Black Patent Black
: : tablecloth and was adorned
821 NW.13th )/!
with arrangements of pink I St. to:. Calf Blue Coif Red Coif Gold Kid.
.: carnations and pink candles.:
=:. Mrs. Robert S. Se h en c k Brown Kid High Heels Mid Heels
.- greeted guests.
-C Out of town guests present v.s Low Heels. Now is your chance to get
w were Larry C. G a j I e, New M
Orleans; Mr. and Mrs. Frank tlid. the jump on the fall season (Just ahead. j

-' : Gayle, Howard Gayle, Mrs. All Rhythm Steps & Rice Oneill
X. Isabel Ackerman Miss Chris- K
r** tine Ackerman, Mrs. James
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L I March of f Dimes Fashions: Fabulous Couple DIAMOND &


SMiinHiBBaHmBBBMHBiB mMaBi a aa* > .. JPP H1 <' heat ,_ ,. .. RING
;'f< 'j"Ifo Feted By McMullens CULTURED horn the tLF'CRFWTCollection PEARL

"/ : Expressive on
frt / ', .< ,':.'iI Miss Grace Cvol Dodge delabra entwined with Ivy presented In a setting of superior
,Ir" ..t and James Hicks Green, who and pink roses. Roses were I quality. Zalecrest signifies excel
: used at focal points throughout :
will be married December IS lence Zalecrest is fashion.
the house I
In Richmond, Va., were hon- I IL C'IUTY7' Hallmark ofExcellence
ored with an Informal party Rose corsages were presented I
Riven by Mr. and Mrs. K. S. to Mill Dodge and (' 'I
Mcullin, at their home In Mrs Tom U. Greene mother 4'
Audubon Park Saturday eve- of the bridegroom elect. I

t4rl ning. The honored couple wai

.w .. Assisting the hosts In the presented 111ft of silver
hospitalities were Mrs Carlos J
More than 60 guests were
Mrs. C. Me-
c Proctor Perry entertained during the evening 1 1zALE'S'
ti rr Griff, Mrs Ira J. Carter Jr., I
Mrs. John R. Kelly, Mri
Marcus Milam, Mrs. Richard
Mmerd Mrs. T. C Gwynn '
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$55. ...
Hint to housewives: Don'twash U., UNIV.AVL
and Miss Linda Proctor
eggs before you store JKWBL.ERB _..._.._.11-.......
it i w.frl Jt The punch table was over them In the refrigerator. Water
J laid with a white linen cloth destroys the protective film that|
and adorned with silver can helps keep out air and odors
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In I new ivory ottoman of dacron polyester and wool by marks thin brilliant blue tweed costume from Ben Relg
Anglo Tie back In shirred to I yoke for graceful fullness.The wllh alabaster while jersey for coat lining and companion Z 4 flannel <'' 7 fl
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anadornrd Richness of fabric and Implicit of Ifs, achieve wool, orion acrylic and nylon In vivid and pale blue An plaids beautifully! washable and spot resistant $229
thin kind of understated elegance Interesting feature of the white dress li Its separate cowl drapes fashions skirts and d. p
collar. f Buy now and sew school (jumpers Y 4
"f a i h 1 10 n. for a Fair each performance of the --. 1 nulls 1 t
Lady" will .be shown [for the show,
benefit of the March of Dunn
All Proceed to March
on November 17 at the Gaines All profit from the show II 54" Cotton Suede 36" Arvil and Cotton .
WIN BROWNIS
ville Woman Club. There
will be two showings, one at will be used In the work per ; Imported from Holland! Washable Ultra Blends. \

JO a.m and an evening performance Dimes formed. by the March of BACK IN TOWN Regular $2.98 yd. Special Low Pricel 1
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Dr. William B. Weil, headof t
Mrs. Fred Laughon Jr., the Birth Defect Center at Doing The NewsI' 9yd. 59C
general chairman for the benefits the University of Florida / yd.

hope r>M will attend School of Medicine, are will- FOR"MIGHTY Rich ",,,,hob!. canon suede. Imported from Eltgant ultra blinds canpUrdy waih
Ing to offer our time and energy Holland Wat....,..ll.n,, slain mutant. obit and mad ol 30% Mil and 30'. "
In order that Hall again as much bicaine h's 54" wid.. cotton Our now Spring enortmont In ill..
learn we may A W VIi In red, Cranberry, gold run, black, brown, clout prints and wry much In "'. +t
may teach others and Moll gre.il, bags end Nary fashion picture lot swts> dreuM, |uiport. :z -
may provide a service to our '- 100G VeaTTe +a- In many "'b.folt colors. "
yQ community unequalled elsewhere ..1
66K\ We need your help to 1390" Charge it at GlLBERG'S. Take Many Months to Pay!
permit us to help others." / t 109 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE FR 2-2721 .

IHjh-ntyle Fashion Listen Tomorrow >'

THURSDAY, November It The unusual and high.styled .
gowns to be shown were .1
II Kitchen shower fetmg Mica donated I to the March of.- -
Jane Bingham, fiancee of Dimes by the du Pont Company '

.. George Sthildge of Middleton and are originals from
N. J.. I pm. Mrs some of the mont outstandIng .
J James Pope, 318 SW 27th fashion houses In the ,
Street United States.
Among the ensembles to be
Shower honoring Mm Ka y I
Nelson, fiancee of Ronald I shown will be a salt and pepper '
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Wiggins, I pm Mrs. Torrent tll..ed..only the pepper r -
McCann and Mrs. Luke English here Is red. The citified wit yF ,
at the former, home, flirt was designed by David KIdd I l I .o. '
t NW 11th Avenue, for Arthur Jablow and sells ,
t for f22 It features i white
: FRIDAY, November M .
beaver lined stole over the
1 Buffet supper complimentIng side buttoned jacket and
Ing Mln I Jane Bingham, pleated skirt
bride elect of George Also on the show programwill
i Sthlldge of Middleton, N. J., be doth*'i glittering evening
Mn Justin Harlow, Silt NW look In a magnificent
20th Terrace flowered brocade gown from '

SATURDAY, November 21 Kandelaft. The dress Is shot
through and through with I
Luncheon honoring Mill gleaming threads A sable
Jane Bingham, bride electof w7
cuffed jacket opens to an un- ae..
George Schlldge of Mld- expected lining of garnet velvet .
dleton, N. J t p.m., Mri. -the same ai teen on the f ar \4A"
John Cherry, hotel Th omit gown'i bodice All for $.'>00
Tickets, priced at $,1 each,
Linen shower complimenting are on sale at Parrlsh Radio .
lilies Julie Cheves. fiancee Shop, Citizens Bank. Ii- )
of William N. Ralx-Mk Wise Drug Store and L and .
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I Sunday. November 15. 1954 Gemeivilfe. SC
'

BPW Anniversary ObservanceBusiness l .

Silver Bon-Bon SHELL, .

and Professional membership Is now at 83 with i .tends stale and district meet, In Beautiful DISH
Women's Club of Gainesvillewill I prospective m e m b era anti!lng8.I Sheffield Design 1dNXN OPEN

celebrate their 46th anniversary cipated to reach 90 this year I t Miss Mabel Voyle and Mils Ideal For MONDAY O .
and announcement I
of Fannie Wells, both charter SPECIAL
Woman Of The Year T u e sdav Dean Marna Brady of the University -[members, are also active mem Holiday.Tr.mendous*
evening at a banquet given at1 I of Florida will be guest hers and attend meetings regularly .
the Golf and Country Club. speaker Dean Brady was i p- Miss Voyle Is serving as
SUNDAYi6P.M.
Mrs. Bob Roundtree pr e 11-'pointed to the Status of Women ,;'Legislative Chairman this year
Mrs. Eddie Fisher is the
:sent elect, and Mrs. Charles Commission recently signedby cur a
rent president
M Cherry, Immediate past, Governor Bryant The Stale,
president, will be co- hostesses,BPW Federation was active In AND EVERY SUNDAY TIL CHRISTMAS -

_
The Gainesville Club was organued -I securing the Commission f o r r
In 1918 by; Mrs. J. Hoi-i I Florida and Dean Brady will!,
land Palmer local club woman I discuss latest developments and _
It has the distinction of being -i GIGANTIC DRESS '
future plans of the
one year older than the Na-l f Commission. l FINEST IN FAUCETS I IH. II =_
tional Federation which was: Highlighting the evening will ,for New Ho",.. and Old
organized a year later. be announcement of the Club t a. Regularly

Highlights of previous years 1964 Woman Of The Year This i' Special $4.00
will be reflected in the enter.,I honoree has been selected by i

tainment"Golden program Memories.with" thetheme' ;,committee and her i Ide n tit y! ; 1.Jn 1 $ Two tce

Pro-i will be revealed at the finale of' r 2 hr
grams which,.have won national I: !!!!!=: -
II III
recognition for the club will be::1 l the evening's program. This .- '" .' Customer
projected by novel entertainment i -I I will be the tenth Woman Of '
acts. 'The Year selection _Tt. rk", ,I.
which 1 in the II' r LADIES
,J" 'II .. t t, vo..,,,,,,,. .:
highest honor that the local club J. 80X
Nine new members will receive tI.I. _hr.mas 8'".'
recognition and their gold'en ,can b ei Iowan a member and PLUMBING COMPANY
the selection Is based entirely on 410 NW 19th LAN GIFT & BRIDE! SHOP 1CS N.W. 13th St. FR 2-8861
emblems will be presented to M 6-2131
them at this tune The club I I her contributions to the c I u b.i'. BETTER DRESSESw

I Mrs. Palmer or "Aunt CI r-
I rie" as club members at.i .
From I fectlonately call her will cut Q) PRESENTS THESE REG. 4.99-6.99 ::

the anniversary cake a s s I sled cfJ CALORIC RANGESPECIALS
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the Fun Store to Shop I
:by members of the CHS Beacon :
;:Club. The Beacon Club Is a 155 PCS
girls' service orga nit. lion
@fJWn' ;sponsored by the Business and 300

Professional Women. One of the SO HURRY
I projects Is a scholarship given _
A most ''to a Beacon girl each year. Greatly reduced after our Teen-Age Baking Contest!

Club history reveals 36 presidents CALORIC 75 These beautiful| CaloriC| 75 ACETATES.
terrific"LITTLE" Ranges were WOOL. COTTON 2-PC. SHIRTWAIST AND
during the 46 Several
|I members served years.2 year ,.'------J -.. bmg used for the first time in Gainesville OTHER STYLES AVAILABLE IN MOST SIZES

I terms. Mrs. Mamie Van Horn I I I this week-end in the Teenage Bak.

,holds the record for serving the ing Contest. For this reason, we are
'club as president for six terms D- I -i LADIES
EATON'SJdteJ1fCll offering them at a saving of $150 for
IIt I was through her efforts that
this week
I club remained together during I you during only'NOW
World War II years Mrs.
!Van Horn J Is still active I and it- HOUSE DRESSESHUGE

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Retired SessionDavid TeachersSet ; : i 349.95 Reg $4999 ASSORTMENT OF STYLES



Caloric features on 80uo larger broiling 245 PCS.

Sincere will be guest pan which allows you to cook as muchas SAVENOW 200
speaker for the Retired .
you want at one time.. Cook up to
.
Teachers Association Saturday 25 hamburgers 20 lamb chops and 4
when the group meets at
9.30 am. at the University half-chickens with ease. Both ovens

Women Club House West have cook and keep worm systems. MOST SIZES AVAILABLE t
Newberry Road. Mr. Sin- Keeps your foods dinner-ready withoutover
cere's topic will be "Invest- cooking. Broil & bake in the same

ments. giant oven compartment Here's a full LADIESBETTER
t
Hosts will be Dr. and Mrs 25 in. width, 20 In. depth that can toke
A R. Mead and Dr and
-' rev those big Thanksgiving turkeys.
Gala l it the office, vlutlng Mrs E: W Carrls.
family, college frlandi DRESSESREG.
Coffee will be served from
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horn for the holiday andether.
9.30. until 10 a.m:during a ULTRARAYWONDERFUL
who(loth.rwilel you Infra-Red
might hive to kipwill /social hour i Medal to 75....> 7998.99 i '
love this modern smart I
book" of /in/ writing
peper to handy to pick. ,to Pen Women 83 PCS I
tote,to floraFeatured .
NEW WORLDS OF FLAVOR LOWESTPRICE

on Television Program Set Unti you ve bI do. Ultra Rav In a good ..mt" 400
In White and Unti.Finn or for ,, ,
f'O'ltcm no-ilocp r beer j b"d.nQ I conrenance. you
Dr W C .
CbildcrJ memo ,
Decorated Paper. don't know li".w god bdrd l t t"'xh cart bt The,. -
ber of the University of Florida 3 now s.r, II char.h,,.,' qoodwtt to mat *i",h aril EVER
all *1 eachCHESNUT English faculty will fowl Caloric I Itnied Ultra-Ray burner focuMi intense CtW
give the second of a series of( infrared radar" r"\TI-O"c"Iroted'\ h.ol.dlr.ctly en
fo broiling. n at much ai 30 faster tenderling, MOST SIZES AVAILABLE
OFFICEEQUIPMENT talks for the Gainesville flavorful' natural' uicei arc staled 'Into foodi Splatter .sreduced
Branch of the National clean up, ore ea v fair Ultra-Ray Burner,
CO. .
League of American Pen guaranteed for I ItI.' "
Inc. Women Monday at 8 pm. He LADIESBETTER

The Complete Office will discuss the topic PYROFAX GAS
Trends in Current Fiction."
Supply Store

106 W. University Ave. Hostess for the meeting will 802 W. UNIV. CORPORATION 372-8458 DRESSESREG.
FR 2-8421 be Dr Lalia Boone, 2027 SW
Seventh Lane.

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ennem UnbelievableSAVINGS

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j : of Beautiful Colors TRAP




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CorduroyIn
AS SEEN YOU SAVE

1 To 10 Yard Lengths ON T.V. $ *300 1.44

LIMITED QUANTITY



d PENNEY FABRIC BUYERS SEARCHED THEPATTERNS.

MARKET TO BRING THESE FABRICS TO MUSLIN SHEETSREG.

GAINESVILLE IN TIME FOR HOLIDAY
Penney hoi o'stock of up-to-ft+e minuf pot
term by McColl ond S lIIT'IC'ty' convtn.enfly' SEWING AND GIFT MAKING. FROM BABY 1.89SIZE 72x108
of bond for eost"r fears efficient. '<*'*: .
'on' IUCWALE TO MEDIUM WALE ALL VELVETY. .


NOTIONS .a 2 for $300u..it


White, block' baby blu.,coal,orange, gray, olive, 4 fit Cmreme fU...
Everything from cppliques/ to upper Is You" c
ot saving m our complete notion deportment red moil wine,turquoite, navy, fan, land, yellow,63

Bring one-sttp your shopping fabric'end pattern here for easy spit!, medium btu' .. 'or.d, be".j", peacock, oth.rs. YARD ",...,,..1'" HG mosey Omit a JO( 4.y., It ......tltt t. ,..ri41.



t, USE YOUR PENNEY CHARGE CARD OR OPEN A 'mM&ffi ":;tI

PENNEY CHARGE ACCOUNT IN TIME FOR HOLIDAY NEEDS. I GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER Sears Hewn ':10 ...... U p m.


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--_- AMARYLLIS at (30: a.m. at the home of the Holiday Inn. be held at 130: a.m. In the DAYLILY ie Coker and Mrs. C C Mont
\ Amaryllis Circle will meet Mrs C. H. Janes 1104 SW CARNATIONEach home of Mrs. D. T. Sills, 621 Business meeting at 9:30am. gomery. Program at Holiday
at 2.30: p.m. at the home of 7th Avenue with Mrs. R. H. member of the Circle Boulevard with Mrs. L. B. at the home of Mrs. Inn "Holiday Decora-.
Garden Club Mrs. E. D. Wynn, 511 NE Whitehead, Mrs. W. B. Tucker is requested to attend the Hull as co-hostess. After the Henry Graham, 1922 SW 8th tins and Inspirations'GARDENIA
Ith Avenue. Co-hostesses will Jr., and Mrs. W. B. Par- "Holiday Decorations and In meeting members will visit Drive. Co-hostesses are Mrs.
be Mrs. Shaw E. Grigsbyand rlsh Jr., as hostesses. The spiration" display at the Holiday the Holiday Inn to see the Hobart Hooser, Mrs. Harry Workshop at the home of
Mrs. D. C. Swans 0 n. program Is Judges Council- Inn during the hours of decorations presented by the Duncan and Mrs. Marcus Conan Mrs. D. A. Davies, 2211 NW
Following the business and "Holiday Decorations and 10:30: a.m, to 8:00: p.m. Judges Council. t. 4th Place, with Mrs. E. R.
Notes will attend "Holiday Decor Inspirations" 10:30: a. m. The business meeting will DAISY DIANTHUS Woodward as hostess. After
I ations and Inspirations" by to I p.m. at the Holiday be held at 8 p.m. at the homeof Members of the Daisy CIr- Dianthus Circle will meetat the meeting, members will
Judges' Council at the Holt noon in the Executive attend the "Holiday Decorations
3751
GWEN BENZ Inn. Mrs. Kendall Johnson at the home of Mrs. H. E. Be-
By day Inn. CAMELLIA NW 23rd Avenue. A flower dell, 1520 NW 10th Avenue. Room at the Holiday Inn, and Inspirations". given
Most of the Gainesville Garden Club Circles will be viewingthe AZALEA Camellia Circle will meet arranging contest will be pre- Mrs. James R. Anderson and Lunch will be served a la by the Flower Show Judges
"Holiday Decorations and Inspirations" as their November Azalea Circle will meet at 1.30: p.m. for business and sented by Mrs. R, W. ShrumJr. Mrs. Allen C. Edgar will be carte. Mrs. Jean KirkI and Council at the Holiday Inn.
programs.This exhibit has been arranged by the Flower Show with Mrs. DeWitt Jones, 545 social hour at the home of co-hostesses. will be the hostess. "Holiday GLADIOLUS
Judges Council and will be on display at the Holiday Inn from NE Tenth Avenue, at ) p.m. Mrs. J. H. Simons, 1122 SW Assisting Mrs. Johnson as Following the regular meeting Decorations and Inspira. Members of tie| Gladiolus
10:30: a.m. until 8 p.m. Thursday. Facts about birds will be 11th Avenue, with Mrs. J. hostesses for the eveningare members will attend the tions" will be viewed. Circle will meet at 10 a.m.
EXECUTIVE BOARD: Garden Club Executive Board members given by Mrs. Oliver L. Aus- T. Lendrum, and Mrs. B. P. Mrs. H. B. Phillips and FOUNDERSFounders with Mrs. Haven M. Perkins,
will hold their November meeting tomorrow at 1:30: a.m. tin. Hostesses are Mrs. Jones Seville, assisting hostesses. Mrs. Lawrence Smith. "Holiday Decorations and In- Circle meets at 902 NW 36th Terrace. Co.
In the Community Room of the Guaranty Federal Savings Mrs. Cray and Mrs. Craves. The program will be a visit CHRYSANTHEMUMBusiness spirations" annual display by 1:30: p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. hostess with Mrs. Perkins
tnd Loan Building. BEGONIA to the "Holiday Decorationsand meeting of the the Flower Show J u dire. Alice Clapp Brown 321 SW will be Mrs. William P. Benz.
Circles will meet Thursday as follows: Begonia Circle will: I meet and display at Chrysanthemum Circle will Council at the Holiday Inn. 13th Street, and Mrs. J. Lou (Continued on Page 8C)
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*Storred Items are sale priced special purchase WILSON'S IS OPEN 'TIL 9

-LITTLE= BOYS 2-6 EVERY MONDAY THURSDAY &
.
,
70 LITTLE BOYS JEANS SPECIAL 1.99
500 MEN'S *100 LITTLE BOYS OVERALLS, Reg. 1.99, SALE 1.59,2/3.00 FRIDAY. OPEN DAILY AT 9:30: AM.

200 LITTLE BOYS CREW POLOS, Were 1.59, NOW 1.00

FAMOUS MAKE 60 1.59,2/3.00 LITTLE BOYS COLLAR POLOS, Were 1.791.99, NOW REMEMBER! 2 HOURS FREE

*60 LITTLE BOYS SWEATERS, Reg. 3.99, SALE 2.99 PARKING ON THE OLD

LONG SLEEVED little Boy's Shop"5" FLOOR CITIZENS BANK LOTUniversity -

36 INFANTS DRESSES, Were 2.99 3.99 2.99
SPORT SHIRTS 30 INFANTS CAR COATS Were 3.99, N0 2999 4.99 Avenue at 2nd St., N.E.
58 INFANTS ASSORTED TOPS, PANTS, DRESSES & SLIPS
Were 1.00, NOW 77c LADIES LEATHER GLOVES, REG. 5.00,
WERE 4006.95 10 INFANTS COATSWere 14.99, NOW 7.00 SALE 2.99 pr..
108 INFANTS GOWNS & KIMONOS, Were 1.25, NOW 99c
SAMSONITE LUGGAGE, REG. 25.00
239 INFANTS TRAINING PANTIES, Were 50c, NOW 3/1.00 ,
NOW 3.59 3/10.00
51 BLANKET SLEEPERS, Were 4.00 NOW 2.99 SALE 19.95
*100 "CURITY" DIAPERS, Reg. 3.89, SALE 2.75 Doz. LADIES SEAMLESS STRETCH NYLONS, WERE 1.00 pr.,
*83 BIRDSEYE DIAPERS, Reg. 2.29, SALE 1.77 Doz. NOW 2 prs. 1.18
96 INFANTS POLOS, Were 1 1.19. 1.50, NOW 1.00 LADIES WALLETS,
200 MEN'S 163 INFANTS CORDUROY CRAWLERS, Were 1.99, .
SPECIAL 1.00-1.99
NOW 1.59,2/3.00 I
25 INFANTS 3 PC. SWEATER SETS, Were 3.99, NOW 2.99 "7 FLOOR
FAMOUS MAKE *50 INFANTS "THERMO" BLANKETS, Reg. 2.99, SALE 1.99 Gloves, Hosiery, Luggage
*40"INFANSEAT", Reg. 6.99, SALE 4.99
CASUAL OR 6 INFANTS 6 YEARS CRIBS, Were 29.99, NOW 24.99. LADIES INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS, ,)
12 INFANTS CRIB MATTRESSES, Were 12.99-16.99 REGULARLY 59c . . . . . . . ...-. ... .
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NOW '109914.99 SALE 39c
DRESS SLACKS 32 TODDLER GIRLS SWEATERS, Were 2.99, NOW 2.29
(WAS 1002.00)
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SETSJEWELRY ,
*30TODDLER GIRLS NYLON TRICOT PAJAMAS & ROBE
NOW 59c-99c t
3.99 SALE 2.99
DACRON/COTTONS WOOLS OR Reg. "
1 *50 TODDLER CIRLS SLACKS, Req. 1.99, SALE 1.59, 23.00Infant's JEWEL BOXES, REG. 4.99
ACRILANS. 28 TO 44 FLOOR 1
; Shop-STR"T SALE 3.99

WERE 5.99 9.99 LITTLE GIRLS, 3-6x BOXES OF 25 CHRISTMAS CARDS

NOW 3.99-7.99 60 LITTLE GIRLS DRESSES ((1 Design to a box), ORIG. 1.50SALE

WERE 49910.99, NOW 3.00-6.00 59c BOX OF 25

LITTLE GIRLS CAR COATS STREET FLOOR
24 Jewelry & Accessories
WERE 7.99, NOW 5.99 ,

MEN'S 25 LITTLE GIRLS SKIRTS, ONE WEEK ONLY! 20% OFF

ALL-WEATHER WERE 2.99 NOW 2.29
EXQUISITE, IMPORTED, LUXURIOUS

p FULL OR 70 LITTLE GIRLS, SWEATERS, MADEIRA TABLE LINENS
WERE 3.99 NOW 2.99

HIP LENGTH 20 LITTLE GIRLS QUILTED ROBES, '60" x 84", REG. 27.50

WERE 4.99 NOW 3.99 SALE 22.00." -, : ,

ZIP-OUT ,. 70 LITTLE GIRLS BATISTE PANTIES, 68" x 84", REG. 32.50 ( -,
WERE 19c NOW 59C SALE 26.00 r
COATS i /
4 a 80 LITTLE GIRLS NYLON PANTIES, '64" x 102", REG. 39.50 '
SALE 31.60
I WERE 1.00. NOW 79C

.: ;* PAJAMAS '64" x 102", REG. 49.50 '
SOLID COLOR ,. *700 LITTLE GIRLS FLANNEL ?, ,,
'" ROBES & GOWNS SALE 39.60 ,_ ,,4b
OR MUTED 9g
SALE
REG. 2.99.3.99 '64" x 124", REG. 49.50

I PLAIDS *60 LITTLE GIRLS SLACKS, SALE 39.60

REG. 1.99 SALE 1.59, 2/3.00

*100 LITTLE GIRLS TIGHTS, ONE WEEK ONLY!

REGULARLY 25.95- REG. 1.59 SALE 1.00 "THERMAL-WEAVE" COTTON

32.95SALE GIRLS 7-14 BLANKETS (THE BLANKET FOR

100 GIRLS DRESSES & JUMPERS, ALL SEASONS! COOL IN SUMMER..

WERE 5.99.7.99 NOW 3.99-5.99 EXTRA WARM IN WINTER WITH JUST

[, 19.99 24 GIRLS CAR COATS, A LIGHT COVER!)
WERE 8.99 NOW 7.99
r REG. 6.99
50 GIRLS SWEATERS,
.100 MEN'S COTTON WERE 4.99 NOW 3.99 ONE WEEK ONLY! SALE 5.99BROADCLOTH

PAJAMAS FLANNEL PAJAMAS
GIRLS
200
ONE WEEK ONLY! 20% OFF
REG.4.25 GOWNS & ROBES,
SELECT FROM FLORAL OR SOLI D
2.993.99
I REG. SALE 1 1.99
: SALE 2.59, 310.00 COLOR COTTON FITTED OR STRETCH FABRIC.
100 GIRLS BATISTE PANTIES'
I WERE 79c NOW 59c "SURE-FIT" SLIP COVERS ARE TREATED WITH
FLOOR
Men's ShSTRUT 50 NYLON PANTIES, SCOTCHGARD FOR OIL, SOIL OR WATER RE-

WERE 1.00 NOW 79c SISTANCE. ,

s ;JR. & PREP BOYS- *100 GIRLS TIGHTS, .

CASUAL & DRESS SLACKS REG. 1.59 SALE 1.00 COTTON PRIN '

WERE 3.99 5.98 *80 CORDUROY SLACKS, SPECIAL 1.99

: NOW 2003.00 YOUNG JUNIORS, 8-14 CHAIR, REG. 10.99 . ._.. . . . ,SALE 8.79

,,I 30 YOUNG JUNIORS DRESSES, COUCH, REG. 21.99 . . . . . SALE 17.59

JR. K PREP BOYS' WERE 7.99.14.99 NOW 6.99-9.99 0 STRETCH NYLON

FAMOUS MAKE 18 YOUNG JUNIORS SWEATERS, 5.99 ,, ;, CHAIR, REG. 12.99
30 YOUNG JUNIORS PAJAMAS SALE 10.39
SPORT SHIRTS I WERE 4.99.5.99 2l7 COUCH, REG. 25.99
NOW 2.00
20.79 t
WERE 1.99 3.99 10 YOUNG JUNIORS COATS, SOFA BED, REG. 15.99SALE

NOW 1.00-2.59 WERE 33.00.42.00 NOW 25.00 L' : SALE 12.79


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I. Sunday. November l lie IW4 Gomeiville S m7C__

Antiques Arrivinq"' For Gainesville's First Fair, SaleBy Marshall Mrs Donald. Emanuel;Eittmaa Johnson and Suter.publicity.Mrs.Mrs.E. Don't Neglect An f

ARUNE GREEK Admission win .be fifty furniture and who also will years; Mrs. Geraldine Mahoney England and Scotland andJ. Posters were designed by Excess facial Hair .....
Mrs. Bohdin! .
Carloads of precious commodities cents per person. Tickets can hava I large collection ol of Tampa who will U Fredenberger of The Nechay.In "'
old, rare and be obtained from Guild memo antique jewelry on exhibit; offer china and glassware; Lamp Post in Jacksonville charge of decorations are Problem. Act NowU!! .' \
eagerly sought-after ire bers or purchased at the door. Mrs. Sara Beard of Gainesville Mrs. Isabelle McGJI of the rom show Early American Mrs. Saul Kramer Mrs. Ronald p
arriving the city this week. Eleven dealer from Florida a specialist In acquiring Camphor Tree Antiques In Furniture. Cowden Mrs. ((flkain Anderson : To neglect o problem of this kind Is 'jfj
end for Gainesville' tint An- and Georgia will exhibit I rare pieces for residents of DeLand, who will bring band- Plans for the Antique Fair ,MIT Joachim Graven- to Invite even a mart .serious future "JIi
tique Fair and Sale sponsored diversified collection of antiques this city and area; J R. Williams hooked rugs. Currier and began last summer by co- stein, Nn. John Cluxton trouble! Tweezing waxing, cutting and creams
by the University Med- in all price ranges. of SL Augustine who lees prints china glass and chairmen Mrs. Herbert Kauf Mrs. Ward Noye and Mrs. only make matters worse)I Do yourself o favor
ical Guild. Exklblters LliteJ will mainly display furniture; lamps; Mrs. Betty Killin,.. man and Mrs. Edward Bird. Alan Tetlow. find out the facts electrolysis i* the only per
The Antique Fair will take Among those who will par- Mrs. Lucretla Barnes of the worth of the Trading Post InSt. Assisting are Mrs. William Staging and prop for the iMMftt sefe wey of heir remove). Edmund Dwyer
place on Tuesday and Wednesday ttcipat In the show are: Nearly-Nu Furniture Shopof Augustine who will show Little, Mrs. E. Arthur Larson show will be under the direction Is a skilled professional. Call for on appointment
from 10 a.m. to I pm. Mrs. Georgia Kendrick of Gainesville who e booth china silver and ran decorative and Mrs. Howard Hogshead of Mri. Evan Patllahall, You won't regret it!
at the old Margaret Ann Valdosta Ga.; Mrs. Lois Me- will feature old china and piece from old St. tickets; Mrs. Julian assisted by Mrs. Melvin Rub- p... ....... o. ........
Store 107 NE First Street. Caskill of Cozy House Antiques brass. Augustine homes. Cotter program; Mrs. Melvin In, Mrs. Howard Hogshead EDMUND DWYER
Proceeds will benefit the DeLand; Mrs. Pearl And also Mrs. Ella Dancy Also R. M. Whldby o/Adel. Greer and Mrs. Joseph Shlpp Mrs. Thomas Mares Mrs.
Medical Guild'a charity program BlackweU of Uve Oak. who of Palatka who will show unusual Ca, who will exhibit brass Mrs. Michael Elsenberg Mrs. Roger Palmer Mrs. Joseph ELECTROLYSIS
at the J. Hillis Miller specializes In English French Items from an original and copper item and fireplace Jack Evans, Mrs. Gerhard Shands Mrs. Edward Swen- 107 W. University Ave. K 2-1039
Health Center. and fine American colonial collection dating back many furnishings, many from_ Freund, Mrs. Bruce Walton sen and Mrs. Joseph_Unhart.
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fr; MISSES', WOMEN'S AND '125 EVELYN PEARSON, BARBIZON & OTHER FAMOUS
,., vet LABEL
JUNIOR'S FALL & WINTER
ROBES & BED JACKETS
DRESSES,
"4 QUILTED SATIN, NYLON TRICOT OR FLEECE
; Were 1.99 1199
w ;, Were 6.00 16.95

f NOW 6.00-9.00 NOW 3.99-9.99



;- ( MISSES', WOMEN'S AND ''.t\\ '300 VERY FAMOUS MAKEJUNIOR'S

BETTER FALL ,
I y NYLON TRICOT SLIPS ROBES
AND WINTER DRESSES j' PETTICOATS GOWNS
1 r ,; BED JACKETS, ,
j
z'J PETTIPANTS & PAJAMAS
r Ji .eJ / Were 14.99-59.99
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NOW 12.00-40.00 Were3.95-59,95

tip. NOW 19929.99
r",
'w N' MISSES' AND JUNIOR'S
I r'=' 150 SCHRANK GOWNS & PAJAMAS
t EVENING AND COCKTAIL
OF FLANNEL, NYLON TRICOT OR BLENDS
DRESSES,
) Were 4.00 6.00
.t" ? (Velvets,Chiffons,Brocodes (Including. Lavish Metallic),Crepes NOW 2.99-3.99

I i PRETHANKSGIVING- and Combinations. Floor or Knee Lengths..) Lin9erieAShoP-2ND t FLOOR

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J Rollins Anniversary Benefit ,Bridge To ,Be .Villagers' Give Program For Auxiliary


'Crazy Hat' Party Mrs. Charles Haupt was hostess named the following new committees Memorial Loan Fund.

.... for the November'meetingof : social, Mrs. Richard February meeting will be at
Annual benefit bridge of the mer, Mrs. Charles E. Engel, the Alachua County Pharmaceutical Hampton, Mrs. Dan Meaderi the home of Mrs. W. L. Copeian
.. Gainesville Junior Woman Mrs John D. Feehan, Mrs. Auxiliary when "The and Mrs. John Ebel and noml with the University Pharmacj

-... Club will. be a "crazy hat" Earl,Ference 1 Mrs. Way n e Villagers," teen age folluing--Dating committee, Mrs. Gene Dames as guests. The program
.
Harrelson, Mrs. Samuel N.
club-
Thursday at the
party entertained with of a fashion show.
feature
ers a group and Mrs will
Halter Cramling HauptApril
house.Wed,University A v e- Holloway, Mrs. Roger D. -
,
nue. ,Mrs. Van Alexander May, longs. 3 Is the date set for a Mrs. Richard Hampton assist
Mrs. B. C. Pafford, Mrs. C.
Coffee will be served at 1 Allen Ross and Mrs. William During the business session, rummage sale with the proceeds ed the hostess In serving re
a.m. and, play will begin at T. Zeanah Mrs. Charles Cherry president. pledged to the Lydia Foote freshments.
ourY 130 am. 1 i ii
The "crazy hat" theme will I
highlight the morning of MON.
bridge and canasta. In.addition )
:
to' the card prizes, a :TUE.WED.. j
< prize will be 'given for the Values
craziest hat. NOON
A donation of $1 from each
player will be used for the
521 N.W. 13th Street
club's charity project in support
Rnened
Qu.lty lllht
of the Salk Research Institute _
and the Arthritis and

Rheumatism Those planning Foundation, to attind U.S. CHOICE "FLA. VOR-AGED" BEEF!
are asked to make reservations '
with Mrs. Philip Emmer -
and to bring their own
cards.
Mrs. James F. Wharton la
chairman of the benefit Members .
of the committee are: .i
Miss. Mien Susan Slakely ef Gainesville, right freshman Indent at Rollins Mrs. James W. Bled sot,
Collet Winter Park, and Miss Cheryl Swift, eophomore from the Dominican Mrs. Reed :Brown HI, Mrs.
Republic rfeita with Admiral Beardall of Winter Park, during the 79th Anniversary Robert.M. .Davis/Mrs. 'Em-'
Conrocatlon recently. Ilheua Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James O.
Stakety; has been awarded a four-year scholarship by the college. A graduateof '
Galnes-rllle: high School, she was recently selected to sing with the Rollins Republican ClubMeeting

College Chapel Choir. r '

,T-BONE CLUB SIRLOIN
Col. P. W. Thompson will ,

I Bridge Club NotesBy the speak Conservative: on the topic Movement"at future of LB. LB.

tin luncheon meeting of
RALPH BLOOGETT points, Harry Boardman and and Mrs.,Sandy Johnson and the Alachua County Republi-
Forty players competed this writer with U2 points and Mrs. Sue Kirk patrick with. Women'i Club at the Park I
Wednesday night in the University Mrs. Del frazier and Mrs. 112'i points, Lane Cafeteria, rat noon,
City Duplicate Bridge _Boardman with HOtt points. Our next game will be Wed Tues.' .The' proposed discus-, 95e ggeFRESH
Club game at the Faculty East West winners 'were nesday night. All bridge play. slon of the Constitution has
Club. The average score both era are Invited to participate. been postponed.DIAMOND .
Cliff Landers and Jim Park.
ways was 108. ,
The North,South winners er with IMtt points, Mr. ,
were Al Russo and Bennett Llndqulst'and Mrs. Davis I
Browne 'with 133 points, Mr. with 128 points, Mr. and Mrs SOLITAIRE
and Mrs. Irey with Uott Dan Roberts 'with 18tt points from the ZAtBCKEsr Collection

Utter tit fine*. Zilcemt effcn a ttit- "100% 'PURE"
. j. :Garaen.CI ,Club Notes I fully chosen selection .f diamond
: Jewelry-metch.In gadfly,crtUve "SUNLITE"Tomatoes .
f Continued( from Page 1C) MIMOSA 1 in ityling,superb la U U. GROUNDBEEF
After the business liS.lori. .Mimosa,Circle will meet at ZALEOZlEST
Circle members will go asa 4 p.m at the Holiday : Inn ilallarirefisalleaca
group to the Holiday Inn. for a abort business session be-
There they will view the fore viewing the holiday '
"Holiday Decorations and In- decorations display.
spiration displayed by the PALM
Judges Council. Palm Circle will meet at
GLORIOSA the home of Mrs. James Ml- LB. NO. :303CAN
Glorlosa Circle will meet lam, 4104 NW 13th Place,' at i'
at 1:45 am. with Mrs. J. J30: am Mrs. J. J. Kuble
Bartlett Hydorn, 2715 SW 8th will co-hostesss. The, program >
Drive. Co-hostesses! will be will be the Judges Council 'CI 5e
Mrs. Roy N. Green and Mrs. "Holiday Decorations (Illmlri I With Yur
William fatten. Program and Inspirations" at the Holiday '
.. Judges Council Holiday Inn. s ,. $.,w M.., reed
Inn 'Holiday Decorations ROSE saZSS order, "....>
J 'and Inspirations". Coffee (30: am. at the .
.
aaema. w r.w..rJ !
I HIBISCUS home of Mrs R, Lee. Montague a w a L,as ,ere
Circle Workshop at 910 HIM NE Sth Street 12 I. UNIY.AVE.
ajn. at the bomb of Mrs. Co-hostesses are Mrs. A. W. = I'
Charles! Shatter 3425 NW Buret and Mrs. Erwin Clay
(th i Avenue, Co-hoste s e.: ton. Following the coffee, i if "PILLSBURY" (OR) "FABULOUS DETERGENT"
,. Mrs.'Rush E. Choate and members will visit "Holi-
Mrs. Robert L. Bailey. day Decorations and Inspirations REFRIGERATED'
JASMINEJasmine "' at the Holiday Inn. :
Circle will meet at HYDRANGEA L1ARD"I FABGIANT
8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Hydrangea Circle will meetat
.. R. W. Martin, 70S NW 40th the home of Mrs. George -f
.. Terrace. Mrs. M. L. Smith Fritz, 218 NW 12th Terraceat PKG.
: Jr'will be hostess.. t p.m. Mrs. R. M. Palmer .
r LOTUS ,of Geranium Circle will t t f ft t 1
Lotus Circle members will\ speak on successful gardening
meet at the home of Mri. In Gainesville. Mrs. Char-
C. L Hood 4025 SW 18th St,. ley Woods will be co host
at 3:00: o'clock: Mrs: A. C. I es... Members are welcometo -
O'Neill and Mrs. Floresa bring guests:
s teN :
StouUmlre will serve as co- GERANIUM '
hostesses 'with Mrs. Hood for Geranium Circle members
the social half hour. Following will meet at the home of Mrs. "
the regular business meetIng R. L. Stanley, 116 NW 9th .a "
the group will go to the Avenue. Co hostesses will i
I be Mrs J. B Hodges and
I Holiday Inn to view the Holiday
Decorations and Inspir- Mrs. R. M. Palmer. Meeting I
atloni" display time Is I p.m.. (llmiti 1 with. r*..r $I w me. feed *..., pJMM
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I Another Year to Count Our ]BlessingsJOHNSON \ :1 Hoird{,I/J/ '



CITY. Tex. (AP) Here Is the text of President \- For these are the things that set us apart as a nation vanish from the face of the earth and that peace, reason,
Joluuon's proclamation of Nov. 28 as Thanksgiving day: that made our nation great that will keep our nation understanding, and good will may reign supreme throughoutthe f.
As the harvest season draws to a close and our storehouses great world.In 1 1)1
bulge with the bounty of the land, it Is our desire to observe, So as our forefathers in Virginia, In New England and witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and I
in the custom and tradition of our forebears, a special day throughout this land have done for more than three and one caused the seal of the United States of America to be affix*!. 1 SpeCial'
dedicated to giving thanks to God a day on which to lay half centuries, let us appoint a special day on which all of us, Done at the City of Washington this thirteenth day of No.
aside our daily tasks and cares and pay Joyous homage to In keeping with the dictates of our own conscience, will give vember In the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and sixty- ,
Him. We art Impelled to raise our voices In His praise and thanks to the Lord for His manifold blessings. And on that four and of the Independence of the United States of Amer. !/
to proclaim our heartfelt gratitude for another year In which day, let us rededicate ourselves to meeting the challenges of tea the one hundred and eighty-ninth. 1 OUT.TANOI N1 -f ;
wa /have been blessed with a bountiful harvest, with Intellectual the present with the fortitude and faith with which our forefathers I
humanitarian, economic, scientific and technical met the challenges of the past. I f 1 0. THESE FAMOUS f ,1t .

.advances* and achievements, and with other gains too numerous Now, therefore, 1, Lyndon B. Johson, President of S TOWL.E.TERlts4G 'AlInNS /
to mention. the United States of America, In consonance with the Joint J. ., ,
Although we have blessed with unsurpassed prosper- Resolution of the Congress approved December 28, 1941 SS Do you own e* ..... IO.rtly.1 J .
ity, we recognize that poverty and want exist throughout the Stat. 861 ((5)) U.SC. (STB), designating the fourth Thursday LADIES SPORTSWEARDEPT. ..(ht temoM loo*, ,......., M yvt fft
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.world -even among us and we pledge ourselves to the of November In each year as Thanksgiving Day do hereby 1 do, new !. Vw Stan teeomptat.).jourjr
eradication of those evils. proclaim Thursday, November 28, 1964, as a day.of national 1 Mrvk et MbeUntM ......>, J
We know too, that the foundation for a peaceful world Is thanksgiving. ,
still to be built and that armed strife exists In 1 .. fat 4 i
even now parts R gul price: 4pc. plate erttint* t
On that day, let us gather In our homes and In our places
of the world. We saddened that of armed ...
are gallant men our txmiMO.00 1'
of rrtmiJ1
worshIp and In other suitable places to give thanks to God A
services have fallen In the eternal quest for peace with free-. for His graclousness and His generosity to us to pledge to c7 .,1, II*<< ; 411Co ,...Mttlnp *'
dom, dignity, and justice for all. We share with their bereaved Him our everlasting devotion to beseech His divine guidance 'f flare $ Y
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A
families a sense of tragic loss. In the words of Abraham : "
and the wisdom and strength to recognize and follow (J II'M 1
Lincoln, we resolve "that these honored dead shall not have that guidance and to pray to Him that the forces of evil, ; wru.v 1 ".... ......4e erdw 1 J5.00/
died in vain," and vow that their loss will spur us ever onward Indifference and IUbjact to $ I
violence Intolerance, and Inhumanity may soon c 1
until man's great dream of universal peace Is realized. : t1Ja.., .
for Yet we are filled with an Instinctive Impulse to give thanks J 1 I

-Our free society of free men, free Institutions, and fret r HOWARD HALL t1vq
+ elections: .\ !
-OUr freedom of speech, our freedom of the press, and SAYS: \
our freedom to worship as our conscience dictates; "H,,,. you had an Imuranc. check-up rt- uLe 1
-our emphasis upon the dignity, equality, and worth of { Cln'I'tI S*. a prottuionol Independent .Inturanc. I 1
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.
t Agent tomorrow I Look for the Big
manOUr .I" wall! t
humanitarian Instincts; kl r>.*. 17M4S4
-Our unalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of NATIONAL MOTICTION Will \ unm ft.1
happinessOur lPmmm 1 i 1 1I
confidence in our. ability to meet the challenges of
today and of the future.
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Girl Scouts r. ta I
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L Attend So He High Felt St4a r e f're' I I C Ci

r;. Safety MeetSafety ,
lie Could Fly lo,' \


: !leaders and Instructors about 1,200 Girl Girl Scout I Jackie BRUNSWICK took a ,sip Ga.from(AP the) '4! f-dVIl./'r In Wt SMJO/J of ton, '\ i t a a 1 1IV 1a

Scouts attended a meeting o n ,
safety at the scout headquarters nearly full can of beer someone I yfuMon.nothlnygot,
8th Ave. had left In a restaurant t1; / further
on Tuesday. 11 than t string ofptatlt
., Mrs. Monnle Williams, executive parking lot. I Ia
secretary of the Galnesville- One sip followed another, AIII"oft twin set
Alachua County citizens Safety and he tried a running take Fi
Council and 14. Courtney Roberts off. But he couldn't get airborne -and a Glrl'nd skirt

Gainesville police, present- a heap.and crumpled Jn i I l', lilt, 'It a Cr/nd color/ 10 match" ,
ted a program covering almost
every phase of safety, from He shuffled back: to the beer
scouting the home. can for a few more sips,
and tried again t. PULLOVER $8.91CARDIGAN
Scout leaden uw a film, once get
"The Troop Commander at both feet off the ground. But
Work," that showed how girls Jackie bad no luck, and was .t $7.91 to $1291
can become better citizens with last seen shuffling south on SHIRT $8.91 'aLncdol&
wise leadership. US. highway 17. decorator service \
Why dldB'l the police book
h
Mil 1 tuach3a.
him? Officers said they debated Visit With U. It Our .9
Natural Gas
It, but they could only

Rate HearingDue book humans. Jackie Is a seagull how 7o &irZD fll1 .I1 flAt IJA ..i-t.U" : -_ e la

to Open III- !

Disease Kills
TALLAHASSEE (AP-A) series r
of hearings on natural gas I WASHINGTON (AP) Twerv I
rates will begin In Miami next ty-four cases of meningitis, tw '111 OU* OAIIY W " week, the Public Utilities Commission of them fatal, have been reported rsS.i:4) ); 'lIn:4.J 105 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUIt
announced Friday. at Marine bases this year.A BLOCKER and TURNIPSEED 1 '.- --
The meetings were designedto Marine Corps spokesman J ,225 W UNIVERSITY AVI.
study temporary rate and said Friday Camp Lejeune,, Sun Want Ads Get Results
/
Free 1st
1 Perking e* Federal Let I ,
charge schedules and recommend N.C., reported the largest num I .1
permanent schedules. ber 14. Including one death.


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I and the repeated stresses were it was a very gentlemanly' dante In what sounded like I
I
I nudges in between more vigor Hlndemilh very much the art-string of beautiful cadenza Gifts for Occasion!

CHORDS. move-ment ist. with his fellow artists fly ing any

: fast eighth, was notablefor along with him.I For flea gifts that will b* rtrmmbortd with pltoHjro.
The final the Brahms
the crescendo beginning with offering chooM from fresh candlti end .
dolkloot
I ; viola and cello and building "Quartet In B flat major" was have picked out c er t a hi a
:1" up lint of gift 11'_. Open Monday through
And Discords to heights with speed Some another work of great art passages, but the whole pro- di.tlnc..Jj-1
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trom O n until 9 D.m. j[
beautiful harmonic pyro t e c b- Brahms always knows where he gram was something to sit and

BY VERB RICHARDS nice on the part of the first Is going end the artists made enjoy and rejoice that there { '8 tJ.OOk
wonderful ediface of the
was effortless but amazingThe a was such consummate art. The
1" close o woven vivace with the Sfetttte 1nb t"
BX VERE RICHARDS each one took his turn of Opus 22, was the composer asa composer called the fourth lovely melodies in one in 11 r u- applause at the end of e a c h Copper

course, in solo prominance but more restful soul than com movement "moderately fast" ment and the other three wind number was tremendous and 1:1'J.'I-I_. 'W.1
the .
Nov. 8 \ j
Sunday morning, usually there is one who Is not Wltl '1'j nc" .11
Methodist Church choir, mon. There was a quiet Interweaving but parts of it went at frxntic Ing counterpuntal threads aboutit. came down with a crash the

.first under direction of Mr. E. Ruf quite but as no masterful such thing as was the others dls-l",--- of parts. -In- the. Fugato'speed_but. perfect control_ Buy The first. soared in the An ''instant the music stopped..
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gave an Interesting, Instructive Another unusual condition ex

and enjoyable performance -isted. Usually In the great I

Methodist entitled Singing."Great.. Mr Dayof *. search the Individual for balance great and artist unity tone,I HURRY! OFFER GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY!


Jones end the choir preparedwith Is somewhat submerged, but

some 30 hymns, coveringthe this was definitely not so here.

hymns of the early Christians The sparkle and vitality of the

the Lutheran Chorales, first violin was always present, Sttrt Tnitrrow au' rijineit. 19 % l nut

Psalmody, English H y m nody, and the strong brilliance of the

Nineteenth Century Hymns, second also. The viola presented

and the Twentieth Century, concluding a tone of rich len 0 r It t y,

with I hymn by Ralph which was constantly audible,I e l

Vaughan Williams. and the great breadth of the
Many of the hymns she described '''cello contribution also. And all I I You leit luyinf Opportunity To So ttf 1LYL1i

giving interesting facts these super qualities without

about the writers or the formof losing the flawless balance

the hymn, and the choir that made the quartet I

tang a dozen or 10 of them Hindemith's Quartet No.

with magniflclent fervor and 3'1

fine broad body of tone. OP.DM
Usual Lw Pricejf
Tho Cerno and "roth Wars PI* Com- Evsjrythlnf at tut
The organ preludes and offertory mlHlon ol the lime. ol Florae., under
worked and 1 by virtue ol Iho power and outhorgronled
well out
were Ity under lection ,o. ol Article
.developments from hymns. ,. ol trio Conitllullon. ol Iho lint ollorldt.
tho voten. 01 ol imendod Florida on md November relllled by 11 NO MATTER WHAT YOU NEED FOR YOUR HOME
lout. ond built ond .100101'' ot IhoCornrnlulon
The Lyceum Council presented In ottlclol' meeting hold. N.ua.nbar .-
the Fine Arts Quartet In o, IOM Tempo lorldt hn to.oDiioned -! NOW! IS YOUR BEST BUYING OPPORTUNITY
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01 o Flub Mon_' A'
the auditorium Wednesday eve- tor on Indollnlle period, ol Mm the lolkmlng HOME
Home Beautiful' 19% Bonus event Is for families of all
deicrlbtd ore In Furntrn County ages BFAUT/F 'b
ning, Nov. 11. This is a professional PlerldotCoorgeo' whether you need a roomful or houseful or just a sofa UI

group, and their performance Ming." will Like be permitted In Oiorgn table or IompD. BECAUSE Home Beautiful offers you on 1703 FURN ITURE
lived to their rating ,., County, unDer Iho lol. NAM N.
up Like Put Bonus of In ADDITIONAL M CO
lowing' rogulilloni. In eddltlon, It thnoprovided your purchase price : Mit AfN sr- .
-The Haydn Quartet In G major In tnt Wildlife' Code ol tntllll furnishings of your own selection. You get so MUCH AD J OHM .
showed great variety and ( ol Plorldei MORE at extra And the you'll find the DRESSI 19 or ,
I. T rotll..., sal llnol, bush hookltrt no cost. prices are O.. ;
'he master artistry of the Quartet orohlbllidt I same LOW PRICES you always find at Home Beautiful This' ..ONUS
chmnil cittlMl 10
limit ol RO.4
was evident from the very log A. D. Aldrich) is a bonafide 19% Bonus our way of saying "THANKS"to r. D

first movement. The Adagio Director Flin, Gome Commlulontun end FreillWotor I you for your continued patronage in the post. I --OLIVE BROYHILL
wee filled with a poignancy not ( Hill COLD

The always balance heard between In this composer 1 n 11 r u. Tho twy INVITATION county Housing FOR SID Authority' I: AND IN ADDITION TO YOUR 19 % BONUS, WE ". -l HOMASVILLE HAIR SOF.4. : . 249.00

ments was beautifully presentand will ,.rocolvt.... ln.t.rlilfc buds for Iho ooulpmort lumlMimo' ."Stall CONTINUE TO OFFER ALL OUR USUAL FREE EDROOM avi3; 69.00
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10 were startling burstsfor MrvlcM required. to conilruct Low *
.. t until, I M
Houllno Froloct No. M .00
when
separate Instruments ociock F M., 1IT. on Tua day Bocornbor SERVICES: FOR EXAMPLE:
asked for it. 0. "" Oddroowd. to CounlyCourthouM. OVR
Haydn .,..-. Florldo/ at wnknllmo BONlJ.s /TO,7366T; ; .00
-The artists were Leonard and plant oil' bids will "bo ouWKlyoomd Interior Decorating Free Red Carpet '

Sorkln violin, Abram Loft, vioLin of" and tho CwrtlwuH nod stolid In M Ironton th. Courlroom FloROJfCT -- Service Delivery r J1 (O-

Gerald Stanlck, viola, and r'd.' I 'rAllr l.4M
.. 41 4 HI Char
George Sopkln, cello. The tremendous '"can, ,...,d'No., _".1.,. ar 11 .....llIn. REMEMBER: on every purchase $ 9.50 tan on ..try $ 50. 7'ep LONt M .

degree of skill was UcotM bulldlngi.I on lour conl.lnlni Ill HI"II md.o'.Mon.g units I of $20.00 or more 19.00 lon: on .,try 100. X SPRING 1TRESS'AND . .

evident In each performer, and unt ... Mtlnlon.nc. lulldlno l (except for factory-priced 95.00 tons gn wary '00. . 27,73.
KWin, ,. 5H. ..... '., tnd L.\' \ . .
."MOTICI 0" 'OUCL.OIU.IIAL' tin. ere Included.Propoood items) you receive a 19% 9000 loMig on wry 1000. a a ... _
'V CLaRk OF CIRCUIT' COURT looms of contract "", Bonus in additional home ...!!Do
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MOTICI II HIMIV aiVIN Wotunwrilgrwl. mcludln' plow end ipKltlullom. ort .
J. I. Cormknoil, Clank : ot tl oMko of M.rr 1 furnishings of, your own 1Z6:7r
ol M. Circuit' Court rt Alochuo Cowry '0011A' ArchltKt." 1a prlhrntial.ulIdIM
Florid. will on "'. Urd div 01 Novorntw Jl.kt.nvllU.I Ftorldo.Cooln I selectioFor. example, you additional
"... during' *. I*"", hours M"it of Hio docunwnti array M obtain Home
IM' rr aln' door ol "'. Court HOUM to t 110,( two II ... get: F'Jmlshlngs
el Aiochui' Courtly ".,ldO. In *'. City d.0esUp. .. Filly Doll.., (> 00011) wtb
'"I O.ln.ivlll.. .' for Ml. in. Lovy County' Housing' Authority tor 1
sukrysolo tr<* ni''rtiiiend luclldopoilt
nil Mil ii public dotum.r.1. M tbtilnod
ol
oKf) OM
bout blear nr tuft tl MlmMi' will bo ..'un,," U o...h -...
",.,Ibid property, illuolod M AMKlwtCounty a bono lido bid
m.km
florin.' to WIN .1 to Hio Conlroctor Loc.1 AulhorlW ot Hio '.. "-' GET S E' QUALITY + SELECTION + 19% BONUS
apt, at a Oe1M Shore MO asst tlmt tr roco nliod clrcul.rlilM snanty
Ii,. .5 tI a l'A d to, two .I to. who nturno M. plonb ..poclllc.tlonllhor
1 In 1.01,0 15 Town.lolp tit'luutt1 Mid __I. In good cooollor'
(
wane. N last Im.ra.cr wr0In. wlIMn ton 110)) .oyo oltw bd _'no.
5.5"" 01 CIa Rand 331. Mona .
I For ooch >! ol dooumwito In o c. lol
".r1tI lot I* "'. POt. noon two, o dwotlf or Fitly D..'...,, 9il'1
I wail.111 loot, thence Norm 111 fool, (..Ml', will M r_Iod. plus a eh.'ae
f last 11 Sal, taco touHIUOIMt at Thlrtl"-"" Dollir. IU 001.reprMtotton to caoar
to th. e ov \ torhj. {ubtolr.Ctn.nd
#UHSUAHT TO THe! '..oI"o.erH.KIO.u O, obtain
and Vendor. may
'.. ,. tnlorod In t COM ...dl..ln ,m.ll.lmon.. documnnli upon. dopoill of Pilty 11.. 1' _
.... Court mo ilylo ol wnidi .u Mid D.1/art./ IIMMI per let plus the pay- 1
liar" H...... lnc. 0 Florida' corporotin ,not, at Tftfcy.Ply, Dollars.J1: Ml,
.''n."'. ".. loroy >olorion and per got to cover reproduction' cooio.
..11I. "...... nil silo and R. L. All, documenlo ohlll remiln the property 1

French.., and. .9toe 6-0 French lolloy Aulo D.'....t..,.tupolyC and bo returned*l the In Locel tno Office Authority"ol sand and with shallI 1i .
tno docket number. 01 onion Ii HIM ,to111 (HI dons oiler tho opening" olbldl I
WITNIIIS hind Md *.. otflclll,, ,
my will bo
.... ol laid' Court, IMi" It diy ol N..|tor loch Tho Ml: :document returned naundodl Insound i iIThlty
nonbr" 11M. md condlllon, but tho
Court Mall| Five Oolleri ((131 Ml ynwnt
J. I. CAKMICHAfLCLIKK merle to cover reproduction. Celt will
CIRCUIT' COURT NOT bo refunded
Ivi Imlly WollrhouM" A certified check or bonk drift. payable' i LOVELY
Deputy" Clirk04erry I* tno Levy Count Housing" Authority' )
M HobboVltarnoy U. t. Government berxh, or 0 Htlilec I
tor Plolnllftm nary bid bond e ocutod" by tho bidder' BEDROOM SUITESURGE
Modlwn' ItreetKPOI ond gccepleOlo wrellel. ,In M mounteguol
+.. nierldo1)ro to llvo per cent el tile lit. Utlllbe
> 1t,1.I oubmllted with..0h kid.nidi I
NOTICC 0' IALI eholl be in tripiicoto I SELECTION OF STYLES AND FINISHES Luxurious Sofas
will be "telul,...,
bidder
Notlca I. horny .,... that. pursuant. Tho c..NI
,. a Float Decreo ot Perecl 1....'. 44 to furnlMt' end pay tor lolllectoryportormenct 5-Pd. swh Prvlnclll' koo'rocrn lull' In lelecl 3 7 GOOcktrry
"-_....$d. enterod ,In COUM ,u00brro11007.0 | and piyment bond or I vtnoori . . . CHOOSE FROM DECORATOR COLORS
In tno Circuit Court ol AlechuiCounty
Hondo" I will toll tho eroper1v Attention ll MlMd to tea .fort... that 0,1lou. 5.". ...1, Amorlcon, ki<,.... luilt with ntplg O1QOOPltltig
I ..,... then tno minimum '1" end Outlino guilt .. with ......,.Ie fo.m tabby
.11. outLet In Alochut County 'loridotlncrlbed weget Ml bran In the. Ipecltlcotlonlmuol tPI _...*....................M.M.**.*........nMMMM5Pt ctiihigni ond dxron: kick gvtkioMi 26900
... Nat wrapped
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"be Mid on erortcuTh M.FroticS
twenty (Ml. ol MILTON MANOR Lovy County Houilng Authority reNo For Gracious Holiday Dining Moditerrenion Oill eeJrtm lull* ....
I I luodlvlllon Plot loo Unit''5"No., logo 1 Ol tg rocoroedIn el the 1 sarw0M Nvhl I N rola.0 any an. all bed,I tiu. Iniih with' toldhim .,?-......?...........?.?-... 54700 Prgvinclgl loft with Lark rukkor tott 22900awhiss
and to walua OIly 10.11. In Mablddlna. and dtcrtfi wrapped cmhlont .
o nubile record ol Alochut Counts I MEDITERRANEAN trig'. .JrcioM hadr. .. luitt In shout. we!.
Teo.lh.r F bNe5 with .11 structural and. .Im. olds ejmi bt wlthdrtwn lor g period Mare 26900 101....,.. lof* ky "Sa Iii" with ...C"." wre"... 42QOO
50010n0015 row sin hraall, an ot thirty (Ml dew tuMequent to tho CONTEMPORARY AND PERIOD STYLES tri;, : : ......,.,. ...hl_ _. .M, ...._ ....._..?.._..
I IIld ,land .nd II.'u,.. ottothod "'... opening' ot bldt without" the content ofTho Ite-Uin Fravlnclil' driller mirror chut,
h. Sod all. 00005 ,Is,... NKaada. Levy County Houiing AuMrtTill .. king ggg| led ../ nito ttklg .Imported. staid' 38900 Trodilitnol' rtvl .... with tuftod ... .. Low 17900

and pro/lr,._Kcrulrg,.... sod 10 .0crwlr.m AUTHORITYIRONSON IIVY' COUNTY HOUIIN9 I 1-t'. ModiltfroriooN gtylg Dining, Room Svlrg 88700 marble taps .. ...............+..................._M. "M" _. rsOar ....hl... .......-. ....__........._...
said all of Which are FLORIDA IV Thonuivillg ?,..?..,?.,..,..-......-?..???
Includad wIMln tho lornalnI' doled 1. Iy Lewlt Rentrot lucutlvtDirector Corned. front sofa In Hammtrtd. loti sills with 29800
lion oil lei end $the_hlbendum electric, "'wall,oot?,. also and' Conlortiportry Rggnol. giMmlgo ... ., 4 gkoifg mol 07700ihino. rovoniklo, dtcron *r*,gd ....W_ --

ether (,tooling plumbing' cook, MnllloHng nt. retrlgorotlnghoming (mooting Ootot 1117''. November, 55 tl 11, II.Weilllll ., II I Oil ...Ift.., "' .. kliotio. Hot ,... ,.., Modgr .-,*. otctlwul toft ...., ,awp.. 'Inclvdog. 199329oo

ond ....._1 add _.. tiki .. .
power '''- rnechlneiopolloncM c .
""._ and .-,.. (lt.li.. frtvlMltl Clnl' room iultg 1.36900
I which now are tr may oppurten.oncei. hereinor I.I''lgut4 Irultwoog. flnlik .. ....,,.. Contomtortry loooo ,1I1ew back lo>f. ky "'10..
,.,...n lo. or to slid with .Inbt _r' Docron ..,.,,... r*>.rti... CHiKlont ?
op on said prowl_. Nan 11,01511 they ElectricalAttic Ldr.ta.ian toblo, .... ignrt4 back ghdlrg '
dulKtiod.or detochebletl ill 96900 Colonltl, wing kick .... with ilporod rvmkl', 139
puMlo oil to the mghect and bout int1 breakfast gk. n k< '" __a. .. ..
...,dder tar coin ath... door ol taw 1 halve .wol' _.,,,,, uuinn .

.(em ol County Circuit C.Court..._..ottko In Oat hi .IholAechuo .. Fans ,-... Moo-or. Oiotttg with r...nj pWtrt '.'10 11O9S

.,.. nulls PlmWo. tolwen II.o. ..elect. om 0t All ELECTRICAL NfIDSRtjldentlot tot. 4 nutckmf skin ....??,._..__.. t
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FH_xwir"- "y S Commtrcltl'
J. I. CAHMICHAILy e Industrial'
ImllyAnormvi WlaoMa,44nI
CIRCUIT COURT CALL

'.ICeurtroanOF ay amlly WaforM14. C. P. Dressler

O..ty Coot, .
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,smith III" and. khw"be ElectrUel Contractor

t .._ot"Low'III N.1bnM. earls aulldlng' Phone FR 6-6193
'Jac.JII. I. Ftan101t1llat7744t 910 N.W. 4th Si.I QUALITY BEDDING
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'L WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE! e .. Kite *. L.rw .rlban sin /y ..101....." _?..._. ] 59Fomg M1r. (

Don't chance o heater that won't work! -- C

Call today for our pre-season special! ... s,.._. innonfriof I.!... tot Ivin site. 69'S i

I l
y. T.in .iu (MM ... saw In llo*.t tock whl. C Q9S f .
1 HEATERS tkty .hit J 7


Foil' .:"gg.(wlttd. (acres .nkk.r llooo tot kt Mo- 9900 DECORATOR LAMPS


,p) Kwg..sill Silted foom moktf gloo* tot k> "101.. Lovely decorator lamps for room In house
any
CLEANED ..... ...--.......-.....................-.- 19 900 Hundreds to choose from make your wonderful

ewe- iMttoMlly ooSgititod M rl. 'OQ9S Christmas presents.

a ftctwr l.Mf odrg two wry .., 3 f

Coll now before the first ONLY CHAIRS-All Kinds

cold snap to avoid fighting I MISCELLANEOUS, I --
a balky heater when the Crr.ed I keck iwlvel .*... wIth feven.Ho haw 9900 ?nswha.

.I, ikirl tnd saw Spa ,.. ............a_._ > Mdanw aDKk kr mrk wkrM olttttg top) -
temperature tumbles and $ 2 5 ." .. .. 11900

servicemen ore swampedwith 5 lrg ratted. k.ck .....,. .k*". wish' ttvortJH* AQ'S Modgnt n.. ....

emergency calls. Lars gmkiom ?,........ .................................... _ice... .. ... ......-.....-._......... 1995 1703 N. MAIN ST.

CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE IMMPJ Prtvinciol; ) -.......l choln wick fnrtwt)**) T C0HwikW Prwwk PrmKM MktH wIs- tabu..Nrr 3 9"Itkm

lt g .. ................... L --, I sMasa .. .. ..

HEATER CLEANED nis Sale T.. fireoitl ck.... Trt4iH **l gtyln* evrwkl" .CQ9S Alton I Dra.*r o*.....*... show* 69" W1totII Dee--. San/q It A'-te c-II......,

hors ....... whit ....,?. ..............i.j.tr. ...., AnwfoiM Dry s... stl.ie..1 oWtronr *7QS
i Lirt* Sack Gad Meoer s-ta-a Mtor. . . . . / *
20 wdMueul cluirg ky,Sl>tkM. AQM

USED HEATERS "vo: "**_.... ._. ... .... . .= Tir !.BzautifuLOPEN

;:11 SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NEW HEATERS ..,,"- U-2-Sey oocli,;., .wl... rocker ....?.. 15900 ALL SALES NO s'a om c..

;' :E'MS' CARRYINGCHARGES

Central Heating Oil Furnaces $7.50 Irry A"': CO) yhernti ;Itj Mtckf4 ON Junnit ComhOI1Q

h..tt4 tepetrry gvt ,,,. . 6995SUBJECTALL
CALL FR 2-9561 TO OUR r ..
Dee.....*' COHHH ltle leckorg ky Irk.*. AIM PRIOR SALE. 90 DAY PLAN

: c. 8. BOHANNON. JR. ... .. .. .............. .-.--- -- 3900 TIL ON MOri. tr FHI. HITESr


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!. AUTOMOTIVE. REAL ESTATE BOB HATTON COLUMN DOROTHY DRAPER EASY BUILD .!
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a By PAT WILKINSON being Installed at the city pow. tower, furnace, feed and dallying ob- her of Gainesville homes will watts When that unit failed or drawn by Ebaugh and 0 o ethe,

i U el F Student Journalist er plant. etc., added to the continue to cook meals, turn on needed to be turned off for repairs consulting engineers for the

Along with Its many new accessories ing equipment, this o p construcworkers spring when the lights and operate air condition the city had barely the city. Excavation for the building
:5 v" It's a monstrous thlng-t bat such as a 500,000 warm again the electrical power needed.
,rinks to ant. like The feel
house unit
sr ers. citizenry CM secure to the new was
pew 44,000 kilowatt producing pounds of steam III hour electrical curl n t
the figures of hurrying to that the power won't ail A debate crackled In that election begun In December, 1963.
steam turbo generator that is producing boiler, the cooling flowing Increasing num- whether
f when needed most. campaign over a
new generating unit should be About 100 men were provided
Few people knew that such a installed or the city should tie- jobs by the various contractor

shadow hovered during the sunny In with other nearby utility who are working on the expansion
; two weeks of a Septum bet, companies to Its
supplement project. Little delay I n
19M! hot spell when a new peak electrical
power. schedule has been experienced
In electrical demands WM
except for some wet weather
reached. This shadow pointeda This summer Kelly' pred I ctlons which prevented lost ailing

.. long finger back to some came true. A new peak equipment before the roof of th.neW' .
acrid Issues exploding before was reached when 43,000 kilowatts -
building was on.
''Y the public In early 196J. were used at varying I

times. What If that 22,000 kilowatt Although Gainesville Is grow
One of the sparks In the
flying
producing generator had ing at about 12 IS per cent i
hot Issues of
campaign the
.. r failed year, there need be no worry i
... Spring, gels city elections was for some time about electrl e al I
ill how the utility department Sine 1963 a city charter revision
demands! exceeding the pow Irplant' I
should expand Us electrical made the
possible contracting I
firm capacity a gain,
power. for more e lee t r Ical Kelly said. \
service with other utility companies \
Director of Utilities John Kelley
.. but at present no c o n- So far, the embers are burnIng -
warned that Galnesv ills
tracts have been made. low over the present debate
would outgrow Us power plant
as to whether a new power
firm the of The will he In
capacity by summer new generator
plant should be built elsewhere!
1963. In I'M! and will
operation early ,
in the city If further expansionis
more than double the cityowned -
Firm capacity Is the number needed Kelly said the alt y
... of kilowatts left to serve the power plant's present firm I has purchased space around

.. community If the largest elec- capacity the old site to continue exparvslon. -

trical generating unit In the Kelly soothes the homeown' .

power plant stopped operating ers' anxieties by assuring that "The argument Is that w.
.. :Until recently. 35,000 kilowatts electric bills will not leer a I. In "
shouldn keep all our
eggs
.. was all that Gainesville needed to pay for the $7 million, 25 basket Kelly said.
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.. and was all It had If the year loan obtained from The one ,

.... Biggest unit failed.In First Boston Securities Corp. He was referring to the possibility \

.. Kelly says the unit promises to of nitaslrophe ctrl IE I n |
IMS! Gainesville had a total
.. make the plant Gainesville plant
power operationmore one power
capacity available to hold equipment
efficient. The result I lag
that would generate 70,. What kind of explosion will
savings will off both the
:300 kilowatts It had only enough pay result whether physical or o nly
loan and Interest.
:Anita to provide 57,000 The largest principal verbal could be seen only In

-.... unit generated 22,000( kilo Plans for Instillation were a crystal ball of the future. ;


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VISIT THESE BEAUTIFUL NEW HOMES TODAY *V



DESIGNED FOR ENTERTAINING ALL YOU COULD EVER DESIRE

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Unusual "Roman" Floor Plan S S ptlAT10N Oy Open 2 6 Swimming Pool Included

unusual combination of luxury and llvtob lityobound I If f you seek" Individuality, this could be the home you'v. been March (
An in+ this mod rr hocnt, The poeiou horn* SG trig for, Simple' vet .r...,., Colorful' ', yet subdued Fred ArViton, 'Inc.,

ifttheh.arto.N.W.Go'.lvlI.tak.llllcue'l( I ''UJtUf BUY WITH CONFIDENCE o ?L a offers a vast array of features, previously available only to the
the ancitnf : d fountain i-on .4 6 wealthy at o most agreeable price Mere words con not describe this
the cevtrtd.house ovw li with natural aliving cloitie I gordfi b tbble let water year '.-d I" From a Member of The L :I y luxury home. See It today. It's completely finished and ready for oca,

living The atrium' li Men through ftnt tlldng y J pancy. Located on NW, 17th Place In Suburbia Heights.
door from all area of the noun BulltlmControl til N.W. 20th Time. Gainesville Home Builders Ask Abed Our Trade flee

OPIN TOOAT hoot and-ee A/C..m.-T.... r..N IUSTN > '" 372-"24 Association f'Ir ES Fred Mason Inc. 372-8340
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Wooded Lot Brick Oak Floors Unmatched Luxury and Convenience





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What o bedrooms value' Full I i i-brick baths.rambler Central featuring heat. beautifully genuine OAK situated FLOORS.on a This Parade of Homes model couldn't be duplicated today for ""'rid,",
Three
wood! lot safely away from thru traffic M.OOO 1 $500. dawn, Per morel' A real value for someone who desires reasonable luxury In a

$large B649 per month. 1514 N W, 34th Place. 4119 N.W. 19th Drive 69.50 M..." Northwest !location. Fenced rear yard. telephone intercom system. poel'

., _. ... ed family room ot only $24,750. Financing arranged. OPEN JO
UCT w a se It a w.
M... ..r ..w. Rudy b lrwr vdrM. actucMncy OKMC. N W wood.d tat O: >**l tort awN-M, 2-6 .
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ia Ii': :;.ae. sea re sir .... ::: Hotpotnt lulcrwn TrwM bMtraam. Oily 1350 dnm 14? 50 p" iMniM p

The James Company Norwood Hope "H", Inc. & Pierson, Bldrs.-Dcv.

sot W.u.a..d 171.1)17.171- till SL ... fn.e .I d.1505a e.im J204 NW. lit ...... 112-Jilt

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IN THE MACOMA TRADITION OF .

$400 DOWN FINE HOMES TOP NORTHWEST LOCATION

$13,000 FHA .. ....... r.,r n'tuna ei ...'y A.VI5en end ee ae.woawy ttyITho... _eIItwof wfe ....
rr. t fee ew veI'O eer.i'y >-t"c.;: .a *>. f." 'y co.-ew e a.do.e..,.. .r.:rt1Gt Oto.M .. H. sews MW wise> eauHn..)...>, camrWM vailw .. t1m -"- ... sited ...... ...........d d 110"- .. c..w IIVIt G.L bsett.Nf.
lot w o ..
)19 II -"" Ka A"a ToM 300 h 'dI lAdw.. Ierndry. p.iro sot .row TIweo line .n ki'Oun irley sdd.d ... er iroee.d heave end tHIo r.nu c-r.a hoof Me _
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vase old range:::wlit. T".it; H.IN. NW ..... scree. ,eon., t. nam surt. Pan.Wm ,.,..." _.IIft ens4" Specie eonwa .roe wewt,s.. ., INCUJCU; CLOSINQ COSti:

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f/ Town Houses Increasingly PopularTwo r S t G G.1tI Q ( 1 1r



years ago If someone (own houses for fewer d oil ars -
asked m. what I town housewas per square foot because of land I pa.I believe there's a market for
I wouldn't !have been certtln. savings and savings in construction town houses right here In
But lately I've followed costs. Gainesville. Especially close to News and Views
with Interest the phenomenal I Often a poor tract of land fora the University where sky-rocket-
growth of town houses In the subdivision because of a gully -Ing land costs prevent builders
U.S. or pond Is perfect for cluster from developing single fam 11 y y By
Town houses art not the looka development Urban r e n e w al homes and residential restrictions Ft Lauderdale for the annual of Real Estate. BOBIIATTON
like row houses with their planners are finding town houses keep out apartment hous- convention of Florida Assoc I ation e
neatly scrubbed front steps the answer to get the tax es.i of Mortgage Broken.Fred's II Gainesville realtor] Grace
Town houses are individually paying affluent class back Into If enough people around town president of the organization !- Fordyce, and husband att e D dIng .
styled homes Joined together' the city. who are Interested In the peas Also attending from Florida Council of 100 meetIng -
and sharing a common area Although starting In the ticality and economy of modem Gainesville, Tom Dobson, D i strict In Boca Raton
such as a park or playground. Northeast, town houses are find- town house living would make: vice president, C. J. (Pete) e e
Often a provision Is put into the ing their way South Town houses their wishes known. ..buildersare O'Conner, James P. Sheppard. Latest statistics from Bureauof trict ]leading state with construction -
sales] contract assuring perpetual are big In Atlanta, sell I in g bound.to take. heed. Economic and Business Re- gains of 38.1 per cent for ..:
care of the common area. well In Vero Beach, Ft Lauderdale e Gainesville gab In real e state search at U of F show Gainesville -the first nine months of the s ,1
Builders claim they can build Miami, and now in Tam. Gainesville's Fred Arnold] In forming Woman's Council Ocala, St. Augustine dls- year over last year. x


I' Your Novembers Need Not Be Gray 'On the Inside I [ 1r



: We have always heard November curtains, bedspreads, and rugs Choose a soft but lively green Mrs B. asks paint the walls and ceiling and
= described as "gray," for a bedroom that has pink for your draperies and cover "We have a very small bath- woodwork a washable snow-
DOROTHY t t
= but with today's wild, bouncy wall paper and" Colonial Oak the king size wing chair in the room that has a shower. We white. Choose black and white ewer <
bedroom set. want to do the room What
= colors, if there's my foggy same brown as your sofa. Then is the best color to over. for the floor, then you can go
_. gray In November ls shouldbe DRAPERcold Dear Mrs. H. B.: drop some bright orange that is practical"Dear use one as gay as a peacock with your

forced to stay on the exterior. Crisp wide pink and white splashes of color around In ac Mrs. B.i: curtains and towels, mat, etc.! LIFE-SIZE SANTA
= There's no excuse for the stripes would be a good selec- cessories. Since it is a small bathroom, colors. I
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Interior not being as gay as a walls she has been puttingup tion for your curtains. White FOR YOUNG AT HEART
:::: fiesta.
with. bedspread. Toss a couple of
:: You could drop one of the Or you could sprinkle a daring pillows on your bed in the curtain -OIM This jolly Santa If recommended A small platform on S a nta's
: poppy-flowered quilts casually new color on your floor In stripe. Rug could be In a .. : ,. :'..: '':- for the young at heart, back permits stacking d u mmy
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the foot of bed for one of the washable rugs that smart black and white. Shiny THE. those lucky people who en] o y Christmas packages. Since you
:_:. a across burning spot of your color. Or fit remain bright and clear after black accessories. i::.:::: :.: ::i ::;../0'JI' .0' .U : : the spirit that is Christmas Almost will want to place Santa alongside .
.. ... the minute start front or walk
porch
:: one of the round tablecloths In .ubblng, no matter how grubby e ..... you your
tracing from the pattern offered directions tell how to wire San
.. Emerald green over the round they get. Try one In the new u 1
below, will to la's lamp. This creates a most
Tiger Lily, Red Apple or Ultramarine you begin recall
:: table In your bedroom or tilting B. C. asks:
and startle I pair of pictures Blue and watch November By ANDY LANG year after year and will offera with a plastic squirt spout, is childhood memories. As unusual effect
room, livIng .
=.. with Emerald green mall change its tune. I 'I am redecorating our -,I AP Newsfeatures better shield] against the cold sprayed over the stained area, step by step directions suggest Send $too In cash, check or
.. to keen the table cover com- We can't change the month room. Our and walla we have are .very tobacco WHAT'S NEW on the mar- because it has a low temperature scrubbed with a bristled brush, Santa may be cut from money order for Life Size Santa
light beige
h
ket plywood, hardboard or o t er
but CAN ? transfer factor; and thatIt allowed to soak in and then
pany. we change our approach brown wing back sofa, Pattern No. 575 to the Gainesville
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:: Since
weatherproof panelboard
can be Interchanged scrubbed
easily again, after l
to it, let's bring which
so Sun P.O. Box 215 Briar-
could an occasional chair of tan, orange cut along] traced outll n e s, ,
:: In a child's room you warmth and Iota of vibrant I THE PRODUCT A new with an aluminum frame the entire floor Is hosed down you
.. and brown Early American : cliff Manor, N.Y. 10510. Send
put up. shallow cornice color into our houses while the type of storm sash that can screen and made clean. everybody can make a professional -'
:: around the top of the room and print and a multi-green be Installed with either a hammer e e Job Guide lines also slm'I' 50 cents additional for catalog
of the .
gold,
inspiration yellow .
curtain rods under oval braided rug. I would liketo plify painting. These Indic Illustrating 300 other built U t
:: hide tome orange and scarlet of the autumn or a screwdriver and which THE PRODUCT A II quid I 1
.' It and hang the walls In'I luscious leaves Is still with usl! know the color to choose for weighs less than one pound. cleaner for removing grease THE PRODUCT textured when and where to paint each I yourself pattern projects books. and
no-Iron and slipcover for a color. home Improvement
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watermelon pink draperies
=: THE MANUFACTURER'SCLAIM and oil deposits from concrete aluminum siding for homes. .
ing net fabric for an effect as ,king size wing chair. The sofa That this sash, withi driveways, garage floors and THE MANUFACTURER'SCLAIM
= gossamer as a falry'i wings, Mrs H. B. asks: will be in front of two large rigid tubular aluminum basements That this siding has

:: completely transforming the "Please] suggest colorings" for picture windows." frame, Is glazed with a crystal-] THE MANUFACTURER'SCLAIM an embossed stucco type surface SPECIAL SALE
..; ciM,imo bnn.Y clear vinyl film which Is shatterproof That this cleaner, which offers new possibilities -
will stay smooth for! which is packaged in can I for exterior design; that it
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-- is available] In oilQUAKER
a wide range of circulating
Shadowlawn Estates Juit Itw mlHutaa hire t. CLAIIIPIIO DISPLAY ,colors; that it has a finish

Uftlvmlry' aantive.Truly I guaranteed. for 20 .years; andmat
AUTHENTIC COLONIALby I n has a special drip-bead BTU
55,000
along the lower edge to pre- ,
vent rain-streaking. with 10-year guarantee '

on the fire pot and

vapor rings,
sIlkL I THE PRODUCT A new cir
,cle-cutting tool designed for use HEATERSONLY
with an electric drill. t
I I THE MAN ACTURER'S
CLAIM That this tool has a
McKinley Construction pivoted arm with a special cut-
OPEN TODAY 2-6 P.M. ting bit which can be rotatedto
Golnatvllle'i most exciting raw hornet both OPEN HOUSE TODAY QUALITY CONSTRUCTION ....n..t S I**..* flew| cut a perfect circle anywhere
h design oral featuret. Cedar clown Sunk. pies ...,...4 11,1, rMi with. tlre,.., .....11.||, ?.? from 1".. to U" In diameter
leery h'''. rfrmm .hit.h..Pere.. ,,
tuba Intercom 2-6 furniture fin| | .
Fireplaces $7285Modll
in lyitemi p.m. and
...bint* central sir cenrfitlemna end lust two ; that It Is especially
car
Expend boom c.lllnpEatra tag bedroom ....... excellent for cutting out circles
Many other outstanding feature. F. D. OLIVER Builder 3300 NW. 28th Avenue II in walls or where the tool THB4010

Dlrwtfmii Drlvo Wilt M NW. I Ml Avenue 0' $26,500 Terms Arranged has to be brought to work. Thermostat Controlled Blower $15

t.it Glen. .", ... ,.,...tel.., See HIM en loft, FR 2-0866 : Telephon.376.2258 e e
THE PRODUCT A pre Special 10% DOWN
cLASat.uo D" lAY - -- --- paint.conditioner for metal surfaces Oil Drum

THE MANUFACTURER'SCLAIM and Stand
12 Months To
That this liquid protects 55-flol. steel Pay
BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS. against corrosion and drum Many other sizes and
rust, provides a coating I to Sturdy steel' styles of famous brand
which paint will cling, comes stand heaters to choose from.
ready for use and can be All necessary
stored Indefinitely] tubing and
8- fittingsComplete. We Sell & Install

(To get Andy detailed CENTRALHEATING
\ Lang's Installation
iM booklet Paint Your House Inside
nnll and Out," send 25 cents $22
iMlvdme.' AH Duct W.rk
and a long, stamped, self'addressed mi ESTIMATES
I envelope to K n ow- _
rJrUl'\ How, P. 0 Box 954, Jamaica,
rh N.Y.. 11431. Also available, at C. B. Bohannon Jr.
the same price, is "Make Sim-
ple Plumbing Repairs" Please ,
specify which booklet you S.I. 7th S,. fr 8th Ave- hone H 2-9561
want)

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OF NEW HOMES IN THE OPEN Years Ahead Yours Today!
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FABULOUS NORTHWEST!

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J PRICED TO SILL AT ONLY $!!,000 eey nty S400 dews $19.3- pee prices start at -
me. DIRECTIONS Turn oft N W, 16th Avenue at N W. 38th Street follow '\ \ Z
1 to N.W. Nth Place model on left. $12,250 t r

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Th. Concord
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'" Here's another new home heated by economical natural gas. The Concord
.J I94J HOMESTEAD il' a perfect bin IXEMrTJONt style. hearth FIRE
F 1MILY ROOM
PLACE and the Compare the ConCOrd'I -
two exquisite baths with any ho",. below
IAROAIN PRICED' AT $14.159 'ec eel $. tWe MA $1740 Me $20.000. Noficttru the copptrtone G.E built-ins in
s.ee1t Three bedroorm. two bet u. Central forced air Mat an huge 100 a 100 Kitchen., J
let DIRECTIONS: Turn off N.W. 16th Avenue at N.W. ISth Street fellow.
to N.W. M* Place model en right. Pay
Huge 100'xlOO'Ft. only $100 down VASee

the CancereH ether new ,model I by Young An>erfce>
I To See Our New Ft. Lots fwn>B by t:16 North en Mom w Slop Street Turn
Coloniolt On Wooded Lots. tghttoss/ *"*** '"" to N.E. is* Street
Densely In Fabulous Tan left Watch for Young Alie.III on right.I .

Northwest

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Builders \ [live modern..
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Is Unveiled for CountyBy r Sneak Preview Today!



NORM LaCOE, Staff Writer worked on the present Gainesville zoning ordinance.
Alachua County today unveils new land use and zoning pro Third step is to convert present zoning classifications to the
grams which will have tome effect on property and owners new regulations.
.. all over the county In years to come The purpose of the new land use plan Is to study present '
A public hearing has been called in the county courthouse uses of property and plan for future development and growth :, 1 s
Dec. 3 by the county zoning commission to present the pro along desirable lines.
.: posals. Purpose of the new zoning regulations are to meet problemsthe
h an unusual action, the county ordered a two-color red present simpler code does not cover, and also to bring 'ff 4. ,
and bla k legal advertisement in the Gainesville Sun today county zoning into better conformance with Gainesville regulations f'fr.
.. (Page 6Bi, outlining the areas to be affected by the proposednew .
regulation. Howard Weston, administrative assistant to the county com
Three steps are Involved In the new programs. mission and: secretary to the county zoning'board, said the
: First Is approval and adoption of a new land use develop. new regulations will have very minor effect on most property
= ment plan for the zoned areas of Alachua County. These owners In zoned areas.
-. zoned areas Include the greater Incorporated areas of most Weston aid persons Interested In the new regulations are Get an early look at The Monterey,
; communities, and strips along rights of way of most major Invited to Inspect the two plans before the Dec. 3 public hear. r'i
.. roads. Ing. combining Colonial charm with the
Second is adoption of a comprehensive revision to the present Tie proposed new zoning regulations provide these classIfications i
county zoning regulations. The new zoning proposals were : most popular floor plan we've used !
drawn up by the zoning commission, with advice from Dewitt Agriculture
McGee, Jacksonville zoning and planning consultant, who also Residential for low and medium density single family, low .
and high density multiple family dwellings, professional residential
,.. e
You'll marvel! the
'f"7 <> or ., and mobile home parks. Directions: ot convenience
-.Hospital and medical. ;:' Th. beautiful Monterey and beauty of the Monterey. The

rry Business for business and professional, retail, highway n located ot the design Incorporates the most popular
t automotive, wholesale and marine business uses. \' corner of N.E. 3lit four bedrooms, two bath floor
I -Industrial classifications are for local service industry and Avenue and 12th ,
IJ.. .St we've used. Outside old
[for manufacturing. plan ever ,
s r rI To get there, drive .
i brick and shutters combine to
I north on Main, turn give
right at N.I. 23rd authentic colonial dcsiqn Como

4y I p.olJe.tSClles / Bind, an j continuo to on out and sneak a peak this after-
12th Turn LEFT andI noon''
I I o I lo w diroctionolsigns.

WARRANTY DEEDS Mary E. Poole Estates andj I I Open 1:30.6 p.m. today
it
I Nov. M (William R. Poole, Trustee, to I
Hugh Edwards Inc., to Mar Brownie Hughes and wife, Lot)
cus A. Milam III and wife 33 of Poole's Addition to Haw J 14 Models, oil equipped with Tappan built-in oven and
\. Lot 75 of Carol Estates East, thorne. I
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f 13100. James A. Davis and wife tot x I
\ Robert W. Prestldge and wife Ii -$13,400 to $18,200 monthly payments start at
... ,, Lot 28 of West Park Subdlvl $79.34 (includes imuranco & taxes)
I Building sion, $8900Melvin .
J. Frost and wife to -Highland Court Manor the convenient Northmst's

1,,:. \fI.0' \ I. Permitsnutty Charlie 0. Pringle and wife prestige address.
Lot 79 of Golf Club Manor, f 13-
New OfficersLike ( 300
lu* Oil Company" Mil N* HI' Avirvlc ..
Wilbur and wife
Bishop to
ilitkm mow.M
: teacher like student are the two newly-elect M ,.,,1"' ,....,ry. Cut IltilM Alice Jantzen, Lot 21 of Col.
: ed executives of the Florida Association of Architects comtriKt wXIkig Com: MOMMcKlnlty Co:, IIM, NW uro dough Hill, $5.000.
William T. Arnett of Gainesville SI'H KM, tun lo cKurch. U4000. Wilbur and KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON
president, Inc- ua II tnt PI, contlrvclwwiln Bishop wife to Patricia
.;: (left), and James! Deen of Miami president-elect for ,<, III.000 _. Laurencelle, Lot 23 of
Ise. YIf II K4 PU trw
..: 1966. Deen is a former student of Arnett, now pro etw.lllng. IIIOM. ColdoURh Hill, $1,500. I + Soles Office N E 23rd Blvd. & 1 llh Ten. Phone 372-3471
"H" Inc 4M7 || tnt HI
: fessor of architecture and formerly dean of the College do''AIW5' 110.ooo. ? contract The James Co., of Gainesville
.: of Architecture and Fine Aria at the University ;' Inc. Mil II Ind fU contracttfwrlllnt Inc., to Bruce Eugene Vlithewsl
': of Florida. New officers of the association were announced c. L. .,moot,.. trao. I* U A..., contract and wife, Lot 91 of Lib i b Y I ,
=: Saturday night at the fiftieth anniversary! hanquet of the association In the George Washington "itfucl ": MIUi I |, IJ4WOPrxl Austin M. Rutlcdge and wife
Wnon ll Nm PI
::: Hotel, where the two-day annual convention took Stood. d vmlllng. tltOOO.it con to W. P. Ridgway and wife, Loll J.
:: place. c:HIT. Dr.MOOO*- iKtion 14in I'011167 of Black Acres, $19,000. I .
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Village ;teen SECTION TWO-ALL ELECTRIC HOMESMODELS


OPEN 10 A.M.IL DARK



FREE G.E. Portable Dishwasher FREE Pepsi WDVH RadioLOOK

AT ALL
THE FEATURES!
Model Pictured
La"'I 75'.115'
Improved Lots with'i" KEY WEST
All City ".. !

Central Electric +
Built-lA Oven ."dRlng.1 t $11 250

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(Not DrywolD) r G.E. built-in'

Panoramic' Sliding kitchen
Clan Doors! Radiant heat

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Ceilings Fully Mustang Courtesy Geineivllfe Aufa S.I.l



:-.. TV Separate Outlets and!! Telephone DotingRoomt First Time Shown In Gaines'''lle4 New Models On Display 1 !



Plenty II Storage 11 NEW EXCITING MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM T T


Sidewalks! For TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL .1 tt ttTh.K.dll '
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Features! PAYMENTS 65 DOWN $100 PAYMENT $395 CL!

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7DIRECTIONS r
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HUGH ar 13th Street ta 16th ....... Turn right 00 Will Hold The'I' I
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For Information 375-7971
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CLASSIFICATIONINDEX : DAIRYMAN 0501 olel III.......* '. N. ...,. NW Mellon los uht loaooPlwwFR .
I Must .. ...."....* will, milking' OIl or 110101.15. P'HIL' 130.500.I. I .-
machine. Merrlod end wbor .! _'0....... '
II IIds WISAdly5.llnda4. Hart __ LITTICW06D 'IIA 0 III, 1 : : I :

Ills III." 170 wk. *,... houM.!I Iwrt NORTHWEST I IATMI. KM M. ". Control hoot
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Get RalM, yaorty. Aealy P. 0 TRAILER SALES bulll"' In kltchon, nrwly" dKVlto
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ANNOUNCEMENTS iM i! iCUIiIROOITUNITY Pllm ln __3710701 Illh Aol.

SI. _'11I j IIM WSFKLV 5ALAIV 550051 yes. lIlT UI tor Iso I luad NW Oils Si- J IP. homo' InWitt

I Card ot Thank I I LIBERAL' tONUI qUalIty $50011. 051105 *051151. ,*,.. I3M town Old tj7 '
ResultsAnnouncementi lo MMClatod wllh g Omits p 'J, cr115 II *0510 111111I. ..' mo or will rtni fir PS JIll .
I Loll 4 Fount that OlIn rniKlmum, iomtny opportun '0. 2. It' 010111 05 15 Will I mo. Phong Ff M2M I \ :!

c. 4 ,.,..."... knIcNI I fly for ptrmnanl tn*. profit '....'". MANY wVt'FIAflBtfl, 1 RJ :

T.sI IAINThIIINI 'M* career. Can you quilllyl P.0.11 ..."'.. CCI homo air .....,.
MolIolli, 111171,11.''' W.11,4'NI
Medal, Melded 1. High Khaol oducal l U .r 51 Pool Mallop. Honing' bookcMM, llrtplac an* :
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f Nool apDoarance 15 5.551.11111 NW boles. I bloc from J. J.
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T. .o An*) to travel Monday I* Fru.y I PICOIS J7t-J77t for ...... withIttatot. "

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Thi "mlly O' J.mt. N I I m Howard Johnion Mold BAIRD MOBILE u mn horn* by chooung

M Airplon, Sales Rinliii ,_ wi..... Ii _.....i 11151*. "Inoivlll*, Florida your ODMOEnImI no* call !
Is lb. w.plarlul ChrI.lls p 1 It:01 A.M. to 3.00 P M. HOMES Lloyd Myrkk. bulldor ITT So t !
71 TrucM for MMIt plo i of mloYlfy" trio :. I :
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to Oilmvllll SoIl loMNATORIAL PING 141 m* 37IU07 Ills S f.MFERNWOOO .
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17 Auloi *57114IDUCATIONAL WE ..ow 1110 "'115111 71151' wo. .... ..,... MOIIl HOMES --- MANOR [ :

I Ni He, u. o IIMII Paws Mill' WORK TFS. I. H 4tg N W I3IK It I bedroom I .both hem*. living. rm
CriHiuoRu, wlf ... : 3714311CONNOLLY
collor -Ojll II.. d'y" pold' ....lIon. Mod d nlng rm, .111.0' oven 4 ronooIn
i Hommock, PSI. Nov. Oth .., carport, utility rm, patio ,
.
though 5004 1115111105 aId ....,.. to oo

II tctwoll 4 intfroctlwII '' ID and HOI MISliD ohomferwl- r> lolo WANT Phalli 01511055' worlL 14.04 ,.,_"'. garden olIN. ..unuiual""... condition berbMwo' Low end I i

Mulic. DifKlni' 5,1111 0555.. Call "' 11. 11' -.OA4 69O Mobllo Homo II''... Inc I 4 I :ro "' 'y "
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404.3117. TRAIN TO OPIPJATI iMdroom mobIl' homM Monyflcnr Fwd MaVon Phono FR 17

N wonio-holruetln LOST billfold" with toclol oocurlfy' HEAVYEOUIPMENT I ...... r y..r flnonrlng' 1341 0 r FR "3111._

4 mmo, eddroi found toeiiulflcititft' II 0" .. 05 IedIT I m'two' loll GULP SIAMMOCC..1 IR, I boll

plooie return to M't.. Ink.n : ;-iiiGN-'M'LOY""NT" I._.... of 0..111. aol. U I. 411 'h. 01.555. V) A. Part ""p.... panol.Ing /

IMPLOYMINT !y,__tp rW.. ]0lh Avo._ mollon. ConilriKllon OlSOn workprolKtl. 3'.011_ Good hunting, Equity' otium
GIld poylng" KENTUCKIAN' moblli homo. IV piymontl, R. Heath, Gull H
OVOTMOO : ;
II .*....,* Hug Wont** 4 PIP.SONALIZID if I
SERVICE lobs with OKtrot .,...1 ""0. wif olum 50111111. t TRAbTTIONAL"I
II Mali, Hup Wont** 01. Writ only: Fwolgn" (orvlcouroou drol, collln*. *>c.llinl -... Fork :
:
LEARN TO DRIVE- D.ot Ml. .. and mo'l ,..t Mid' Iqultv' : :
II HI'p-Molt tr Pomol Irononlthnth .... ,'.ry, 4 brdroomOn
IIMPLIFigO Florida. bus us ISO 00011001. 377.11Th lrgo hr). 'In DlConvonlont *,,,b'', 0.
.U Som' ring" *ontotII PARALLEL PASSING WANTirT twno'iiloimn" rovk or $020171 lIT ..... Pan C..a".bIe slId : : :

Worn ladled .*..... lAss WAY ORIVINO SCHOOL ... toloo o.ptI.... wltlul. but I C........ 55511. Sturdy 'v., : town living Call

V Wort Wonte Mae .JC. lolt of Flo. J7J.7001KUT not nocollwy l>cillml *rjpor 51001 dhlppl's do pllgea 5 wi' Old 101,.. Carollno N""" .. ;

N KURL ICAUTV -IALON" lushly so, pr....... I 55 II om.. .....bllMl.Irt' 1965 371-SW1

......, on 5 ludgotMi. 110.1 500 sOd ..... i41cIilly' GLADYS SMITH I Realtor
AM 5115 elIhIOltild typo uloi' l.p.rl,.r..o kgnoil, 'Mil end TSar illppon hon oro 1211 W. Uol..11y.. ....
comml."..., vlck, .,., ,'. wllh. popcorn Hitch, .UILoii.
Per. *""" CIII '''' UV DIRECT FROM
ARMS IIVUTOCKIt : Unh/"Av *5 1| row rolocllM' ,.,.. till Ill. w* 0110? *0111051, MOBILE HOME
5711104 a com.pulrd V\ pIs. ....0<..' 010 comml....... I ,
510l \
Firm iQilpmenttl 1 boUroom ......, : 0111101 dlyocllSI
--9JUilh'1.I.P.I-!! 0 5 \01454Thllyll' BR. I bllh, kitchen eoulppedFHA .
PaId 4 FOftlllMTa : down U3H per :. or VA. JI01 Nf PIll Tor
full till, both, ..* flam, VI"monoy
Liveitock i IUPRIIMLondtuplnt .. < SPECIAL NOTICES ohMtrock, tnd mony otntritmdlng 015. '.. cent! In colnt' for thliPlttirn SALE Hugh Edward Inc. 37' 7171IUY .

It Top ... -sD ..*,. kmd nomo, Md II cinti for each DIRECT FROM 5UILadIs
(jJ a- ddmi and wollllritlonl lot. I piltim for lit.ct... milling end nt .11.. c..mllll...
M Poll 4 luptim COMS ns c... mill 5% m' Will f>0 Ion Mi o,"im>oy, jock- ipwlol, handling Sand to Lour Home, modal The complete
17| UvMlOCk WHIMFINANCIAL of J. M. rl.ldl Pt",'". NW Nr'.r. oonvlllo, Flirldo' Hill WhMlor, Celnoivlllo' Sun, Noodle. Don't miu out on the fantaitically hl.ul .1110 .100111 0110001,1'
vd. PKono f. Win.LOSf ; droll Dipt" P. o tn III, Old low pricet f.oturtd 3110 N W. Jlth AVIEdwirm 01151.
Ch.,... Station inc, rtnrFURNISHED
: New York II.
WEIGHT ufoiy wild SIlO II-Holp MaSs or ..", .1. I'N Y PAll plainly" PATTERN during Ifilg Ml. of brand n.w. T '' "'" : !

D.-A-Olet Tablets NUM...' ""**' *OD*"* 504 vand nw I96S mobil. IR. Florida 'room tot
Only' .8 crntT Ctnovo Oru.. 50Il11101l.d Sal,501111 100 Oolilid, ION*. hom i. Luxury packtd values I Ocala Unlvorllly lion horn Ownr on bIlly .
mar on prom
Apply' ol
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II lutinou, Opportunitio Ilk. thIs II A.M. to I '
: Im lundiy from
U Mony M Lea I febv III'... Child Co. MARY MOflUR, I I NEW FOR, 111)1 JOO ....,,00. P M. U3I NW II h Roid Aiklngprlco ( "

REALTOR ..RflfSnSf-JSffS.1 111 SOI Call 151001 atl.rp
M MortgagoiIt WILL. *11("CTiIIdr.. 10 lItyltuiIli lilt W Unh/orilly' AVIPR 1511. I M. Orlando, any diy
Money Wonll*) for roiionoMo prlco. H\II oo*. ...." broidery' dollf Clo' ... Sand M HILLCREST '
_tion. liMi-imco" Coll FM 4.Sil3SXCILLSI4T ,'|I conn for now Niwllocritt' C.lilo,. I II ,,.,,,. h.....II' mi onMonrokn "
|I i.T'iir COUPLI i Is Si.. WIll Rd. >'1 mllra outtldo
CIlild C.,. 'In c:: i I .oorly' .571115511. Ronl froo. I .Vii.uf'' '. COM L'" QUILT 10 ft Wld of city 11m II.. ..... 374041lADOAINI :
5710010 55010. P51.11 7150. Clll" 4U-IOM W vlllt, J. L. I|IJoi pi '10 ...""* oow OullfI
MUCHANDISI - Phono M t-lm I Send si nowT homo. 1300: down mtrnuim*. '
conn '
tl Want*.* U Slay MOTOP. SOUlS IALISMANCARRKP i 4004 NW llll Orlva' oil :3tth AOl
WOULD Ilk. "',. chlMron .. I
coro -
M Mochlnory, 4 Toot for 'In ...... trlvolo, homo Fool, ) $2987 BLACK A lfES- '
W hovo
tl tuiKllf.! MiitrliUW [ fro* I* comt ond dull, lo mi. 117 _.oponlngi,. for Tnntcn. malt 27 ,..* Fort.lltordMIvorrd
Ooooi IW In* Ploco, or Good HrnlnBO II you Cloan I bod...*., I tilth homo
HouMtitM
5lo ."....,..lIen Old 415115 IsII's
AntlRUOl,, KIDDIE KORT CHILD CART YOU, lOll SusInacs' WItS 5017 CC;::; L l1mud5 aOtl. ::"-:::. lioog down md cioiin, coot anddripni
1n 51s Ion '. Easy term bonk 1131 mon.. Incl' hanoI 4 ,
DtT. w 10 MInIS IIIIIt 'Invoitmont, plant cill MiCipul w. wIll 0151, ,..... ,. .
M MlK. For MMa I tit Coil III 10, I uyolci ildocly Con.etlon.31U624 .
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NWi'tn Clrculollon f> :
w aolnoi.yllli
5,40 .v*. J7i"tt ? ..!C.. Phono 41 Mo, financincj .' 171-9041..
Trini' Peal Sun, 311411.. wl II, I lo 0.. "
., ._....... I....
t. Pad Oil 4 Wools TINY TOT NO ,..... .*tZ. '1.. HIGHLAND COURT MANOR It31NE
low down payments. Ion D,. 4 IR t DAIht kitaoulopid '
ft loin. Marine' hu''" PLAY SCHOOL I 14 Solot W... I control 1 hoot 1500 down I
Pup ." 21 Llvnfock b Supplii .
71 Ctmf Hunt PluS H3 par mo .... and In. '

n OffIce SqulpIfleAlPt VIOS UI Old 51,5 tor 501,101 WANTED AT ONCE Shop to th* muiic olJIMMY Incl Clll FR 15344 or P133351. : : I
'wl.IUh .nil"f'lrm"
_74f 55 *
't" l
MutttOl nlrchinll: '' 1541 0..,,, '". W *1011151 C. o I I p I Hno and Mddle II71"- I"a yr old 157 OWNS. J ...,..... 10 N.... I ,

II FINALE II port aumivlllt. W,'" Row "',., 5100. P11. 520. STRICKLAND ...1 socOln o. down" p.y11171. '
HUP WANTID tollS. 0..... FAJ BO 3 Vmiptill" Mitfon. PIe. .ym.olt, ",. 11111 017 2'2.J33I.olgh. ''
,..0. .. aId _....od. PR 1.161...
*ATf TjSII, gooj lllory indworkln It CALVES b..l brfinlih 1li lob.: & HIS BAND I

SAL ISTATI FOR SALI cono'lironi If 41. |>. BIO MONiV'NOUII Clll... O"'V ,.,m.. loc.. H_ 1 BR. t balhi, Fl. ,... wllh liralico I .
.",.... .o.oe....". Alltliy II51r1ll OWN IUIINIM 1Mm.. PIa. 0. utility rm., 5.1111 I
U Mobil Homot fir Sale" IIOt W. Uo,.. A.. Solid your Ill poylng' fituM to.houio Call Ill 2372 RtigitUr for Fret Prliei hell, I.... carport. Lot I00>rHS'.
H Utl lr SaIl! "' rout "builnuo' tloody NW ,loollon. Oil' ....n. school.P110110 "
LAUNDRY ATTENDANT I* milleuiterner Intomo for llfo wild ovir WANT TO SNOW SOW. oro."y P5 .-.
liyVoWrfrent roorty In coin dry dom OIl flmit your hogt for 555,5117 .
II HWMO Mr Mil ing Muit .. noil. linn and .**. AND SOil unity NIIDI COIMITICI BMUIIfulpick : earn* in and let n eioinn. how THIS WEEKEND"! OWNER MOVING SOON MUST
pandiblt Some Sun, In* ovl. you can do this |lob "with CPA SACRIFICE' I IR. Floridaroom ,
34 c."... lr loi,* gii. lilt Mllin guir.onliri '
work nicoiiiry Call MIL Orl| C.m.n511yo MIIII 45 III large air condition a r ,
00111lIo.
V Rial litolo lIdSIllIqadN lithe, MUM* for ."PHITIAKROOM Ittrl othirg tilling **. ,. Smell down payment and ..... '
M '
salvo Olitrlbutor ;
Wrllo
your OiVmivllli 10 0051115111. 2602 N' 1111I 15
IIOOI ..,." WtnttdW worn-en for;evonln; pllnt ouporlonc Old l *l Compony or Alochue' FEDERALQUALITY 3'." .. I
2" Cm.e altos
Milt I* II PM. lomitlrr.il Dopl. N. Tmp. Fit.ILL 311 NW 10th II. p11001 ,
Out *l Tw Propertyl 175.2414 I P 110I.
lltar 101.... Mini lot MUSS boiporlonco IJOOI. 4ti nm"JONIIl '
lutlntit' Proportion .. *. over II and ettroeDISK TAO ,, 1 pInto' 'WIth 1100 DOWN. I ....,..... _... I ::: ; I .

tl *..'*...".1 Inctmo H... Alii"! M,. eI M... WIll. Mako aOODIIPJ rRODUCTI ,hjjjl .... HOMES 1000? 15110010 504 IlloppIlt$. pAy.poonl .

t 41 Pirmt 4 Arog _Prilnr10I lii 11. W. Uo"' A.... Coimolln big monoy, Houuhil ouoplylna 'homot llomi die' ll'og' Phone 4lTMll.WMolro>.. loss* Roatly than ront AlHclito CallAlocbu I'I.I

\ 41 Colored Property lileo CLIRK minimum- ploninl oao en* attractive II. moro!. Your Won .profit.0 Hilly lift*H por* product com HORSE PASTURE 4820 N W IJth Street 376.2448 ,

yn, no experience mcntory. WIlts tor cilolo' OOOOHR *x> For ronl reaionebly, NICK' Ci H M"-3 .i."Tb bath, '
I, Mini. bo OMI baits olthir I'ggem I J N _"...... Doll... Torn ,. r:2ze04: 374-im U LOTS POSh SALK .11.. L' a O. camb. Glossed'
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to I M .m. .. I'M *m. TRIAl ..iM i.co7i 10 pITS 6 SUPPLIIS I 10 .arch 4 full gorago. 111 I 111 I \

RENTALS I to II.Ot m imrt, 4 days tweek. mm .. .... mor Oilnow '111 o I I CoIl c. aL.uufboOulIIuI' 5.1Idiii wall lindtciprd lot ] 'long '

4>l Clrod Properly Rwllllit Idly Inn Contact. Nick Doffing Mol- ,,,.."' ,,,. up M Ill-Wt I M S ''''. Tiny (Mhuahuai, N>g. I)) loll, olio' lott lone* for *510. pump 4 _01'. Many mini$550015Old pIus, I

'III.... Kr Hint plus' w okly' bonui plod' Mr rightmin. Toy .....,.. ISO 4 IIIPbl3H47t MARY MOELLER 111151 'hOPO'PIlqlO5l'llOOd' 005111 110,11 5sp Oh .324 I '
ITlf CiRm.-p, ;. sills writ confldHilidl liMo to Torn. Ch'' Cros U a II' REALTOR
ApriM I Nl dIll II 4 call R. f. lalryownir .
tt Fumlined .'clerk lntrettlng WOII N. Phone Prwldont Dip c, lo IV). ,.. KlngileyLakeBOXER' 'lOll W UnlVOrllty, A... 371IS14 slIp 1PMwifkdayi I '
unwrnliht' AH*. FR tout for eopllldorly Worth I. TI.M. M ....11 or inytlm wwkandiOUTSIDE I '

a 05... tor lnt Pant ,lidy ,In good. i nooTtiT, will PUPSAKCMclntoth ATTRACTIVE CHURCH" nd co,. I : .
'limit, 3 BR CCI.
41 H..... .OT lent Unttrrn.it 511111 S11inrO ,5ll wIll, 1i. I .6-W.k Wat.4 ,.", ..1.WH'TI = ,_555.3735PUPPIES __ I nor property ovellible Excellent IC'.OIIII clly- ifmtlt;. p,,,. ,,, I I '
.
SusIe middle lead ( I
lilly or Unlv locellon. 4)g IW 12th si
S I 5320 NW lOtS II Niw I IBovllln
pit i ,
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Room W ont complnltnihlp' Olocliuo 452.1515.LOOgIIlGPOSsnlrlm.olh'" ..11I.4 op.rTsy4pIliA.MIllIll. FOR SALE Open to reiioniblo olter*. Clll bon77 54 II kjunory: ,

N Mobil' 5555.. n41 I IIh I 11..1 .0"5uI.IIl". t como.olon 5. 'I-A. 11"1.4.100 PIlots FR Mill: alter 4PM.Woared I IIH.ioH'i'DpPiii _pj._I-SMI or- FR 1-3147: 001110 005 or COil 376.21,11IT I I "

II MIM.' ...,.1' II solon, I SaIl 1.11155 CIII. slId "III.m.IIcsI Oik. Fll. M21UIXP ;; ;- : One I two ocro ow o'd.d'or 05517.-* IR-:-I baIts' with :
.
O'uhsm' Ills 51145 ad '" sl. clr-nrrd" ....11.0' N W locltlon .
lit wont** T* ImilII U.,.. ,...10"" HoogKol hoon : ;mlddlo-ogo Sills, MoriVMgn. i to I VIa, old, WOl.lI, mInI ...,. FORDYCI I *.ASSOCIATES INC. au Ir cold loIn, pool Club mimbtrthl .

oonlori Wanted oponln' tor on onoorltncodoloilidy I g.cillml "'.. tMnaoblo. _sIddlI' _11.51._Phon4_ .2.1734MINIATURI REALTOR .,* In Highland' Court Minor .
Ill? Nl 'IllS T." FR J.J
II Olflc' 0."* Specs botwoon M on* vr.. ...11. knrrot John Kllrwir' IOU I DACHSHUND-- tit W Unly 374-1134 1 '
of ..o *ho II 001115' o Mrmoikonf Wyoming, It, Qtolt Fit PUPPIII -- ; ,
AKC I buck 4 brown ;
14 lullnon Rentlll "poilllon" Apply wllti MIL I wMk old adoraol' Worm.IM WOODED LOT HUGI FAMILY RM J Iii?: I : I '
Webb .. th. Din ...,. prli I lore X IW Hawthorne Rd bun "
17 Work W....... Mil. $.. SlId 0111 11100. 571. PC 4.5014.CIIMANSPNSSO I ISO kncrd kick yard piImomborthlp
down. III mo. 374-3137 cintril Mitt, patio
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WAITRESS WANTED ; .... '; I 10151 A. SIVISAL 0151 ,;... lrnd: Cornor m HJSf mo.
SIRVICIniMCUl HOWARD JOHNIONS RISTIn ,
S 550
51,4.
ASIC
III 011111,
315.5157.AIM
011 CIII
LIlly porwi Pill NW Uth jt lanoI.o.: MIlolopy, 454 3305 I 45111105 loll .I1.blt Cballillo I '_
Senile *501. ,_ loll 'o.tge 10 lill A I I. I
alter
530 PM.
*A1TSSIWANTOD I, work from I'lsIadr.s and *r<. II ml' .
liwevtmnltIt Do You Need An from Ovlll Snpayment .1'I 41011
UMomo -
0'.101' ",". 0104 101117" .... l.AGiPUPPIIS.; US P ochcm. prlcrd' from KKOg to I7HOO c..... 540. *. HhF ,..,.. CoIl
".." 4 TV MrvlM Sandwich 10.. Ill Nl llth Ave I Office I COM Hunting ilock or pull. or firm* *ro ovallaM*. Coll "Wai. " II Appllbnc., 4 510115WANTAD" Phone Ft 4.0514Morley's .1 Manager Mro. W.,........ ol PR l-ltll Ian Ion llowart' 37] 13)1. .
aopl, low., O. UN'UIIN. CCI lccsolSI
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Sandwich Financial '- LAIOI 050,111,1 loIs Ill NWiaClllOI. a04 _. IN II 7.4. N. Ill
i i CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES 05154. ldlooml' II ClIy no, II SaIl 2/2.12 5ltn 53.VUI '
Shop Controller I loiulllul, ,...bl.. liny AKC Rig. 11"10' 01111 p0014 ",..II. 50011 M
MO up 202.1115BIUOLI City ._. AIM largo hrll lv.l|. ,
RATIS W.ltrm w....... tlpfly. Ifl HrWA Accountant : I owo *n Wall. Road .put 1 ml'norlk '.. ? SELl HgnlMd' CourtMinor I

lOTS 40.'IJOI', Ace ...... 0''pcocia. I o.oss lId Ill of I..,,,. Down pavmpm 4 kR I 1' [>,,Hh fenced I
ChI.Im" P11011
: PH. J7M411 Disbursing Agent I l7..nl old IlIm. allanq.d.Mosoma bock ,Old. Ixcrllent lor children
_. 101511 CivnlIpeIU1 71'
NEED CHRISTMAS MONEY? --- -
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CorporationAdministrator --.ii.- Cell II 0. M.Coy ".,.... 0 III' lot Sotsas 0111 IIC I
( I 4 KITtlNI.' II.. Mom Cat Old ...... mIne' 'III' loot 10. .111
0'Clillifil4 '10... I. .11. tI.,. Se 01511 10111 ? young Tom Cat ---RAilROAD lly rm iwlmmlng' pool privilege..
,I.,",.. mInly 55 1110511, ... '
1HHUPfflllTIREO SO l> me. ,.,....... Include everything I
meut lIla of aomiitlci ond g rtooli SIDING .
LOT inane
latcg en I'
OnlyDEADLINES :
Mony womon oomlng IMt Ingllih inapnard. : 30-yr
UN pr woik ,mrkln, o hnohouri II I tiindi thiu dullit Hit moro .., 14' yoor 01* mala. ...-..* t* SAVe largo commorclal tot w''1W morlgiga by Chrlilmm UM Mr nil equityponeulon 'Nl' 1

o tilT Ihowln Avon Prod* f utti Wrlto f>. 0 ... alt. corporation I.. 5lGlIllIllOlIll ___._.__.m-nto. I dig h Mtl ....... Woo oatliioc.to'y -
_.,....11I.. Plo or coll Ftl HillWHITI ..... I smid II.. I, BOB .o WHITE QUAIL
It.... 11.04
mIIo. 11151100
bMutTlul
,. Drone guoil II u eecn IV OWNER Voiciilr i loS. Nintivml
In I location
15 SlId 55115. lIsle tour Living room
tim. thru Prl no.,. SOITIIISI $. PIU51 55111 III live. prkoe according II ItO JI JMk .... *rlvlh' >o* 5p 'nd Oroclou' dining' room I
I ..... All'....... V.a boating and .
55 51111. ago an* ouantlfy inning ng gik |w
..<* ..m. Cay Mior* ouwb Ottw dulln I laoS also C.,5 large UMrogmi. Pintlled lam.My .
111111 h_ $'. 441.181 .. '' T5.'r. 11117121W.se11boo51
AIIIY usa.lorIlly .
I dallasPlldl5.iISSa0.PaM'. I 'no. 51451, Colt ,_" om An*. ..-- lloe. Flan** I roam Control Heat Air Con

''o Itolwtwito. TnRnom TRAINED Mlntor bird do*, liver ditioning-leautlrul. ground*
HoiiMkoowr K.,,. I* slid i Mvtgooo Compulotloni and white ilk yaen lId Prk-e I IHIS. I 14 P,...,., 17MJI3

II." ...... 54.. coro for (MUM for wldowor slId Inmronc Ichodulot P I y r o:IU I Phone PI .11.. JIll N W. GLADYS SMITH R.aIIO
I ortMl ooi c II'_ P150. Old Ion* Tom PHnancIn I _i.3ftlls. 'UMMU 010UU" W. UO'.11yYO
PadslsliNMol.phps'- undoy II lOon I 0511 dm Ft HIV worki .M Oilnnvlllo II At mouth if Suvtmiee River --j231_ !

I &.... 5.1.IMllllillOlS. Mlll yioro ond con *ivt lumor 'o okuiinou 12 Mobil Hornet ,.. Sol Lone I IR CCI complet. ASKED
54 4 I-I MAIDS Md"NV __ on* (nhniknol ty turn'the. ...** nnalaco' Ie I %
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guirintoid lrvHi M__ Cr.1 C 10*. 515 05. lOll & froth oslep 1100115
I, kiM HHM w..."y. for* .*. Writ* ......*.... <.o lob Witholm I 'I 2' WIbES' .t50lllI1ll'l 5.014115 WIllIal FOR IT'! !
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Mirold lml ymonlAoncy
Sal 13l14.OaIloIIP0.COL041ED I T_. Pus FR 11215 Liwo
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o..e._05._L,............ttVtCLEANING 0.... P15.OVSSNaPII.WIIceIPIIII..OV. $65 MO. I
FAMILY RATES -- MAN- BOY. 17. 2 BR under $4,000USE
WANTS, __ bIle orteel DIll i 2 & 3 BEDROOMS
tmortun Mo HMt Koodid Prldoyo. TIIlsealllel.e ", ....10" or ""u boY Cell In.."_ OUR bearki, wran 7005. A''w t fur
InMrttin Ho UM McMiiry Call VHfrn. RENTAL PURCHASE nnMd IMUIOI wit* tark ond e owen 0 :
4
lun.*. Many evtrat. On aertgn CarporttFrmk
4 I liuxliono' IX im. URL; for .lenorol.homework 0111 I II SchMM 0 iMiractiMtU PLAN Lokl Santa ... btwlr LaM. I PIN15ISI.. .alII.
.
M Sins los, Sim.liol." Jowoirv CV.WINIFRED 0 cabrwliTrro
II li_11III down gaywiinf
I IRulrod.
fond *l children, re f orencoo r. 0 5111' to .'

Tetn coot cmvte bymultiplying land m .ihot. Write' S. CIVIL SERVO TESTS! OF eON:2iL COST 'Rf LIII H CRAWFORD ,11 lloorT'loth
ill W Sucher ino I ailIrotdvKW .
: R l''Ol '. orvrfl""no "rlAkt I vanttloiAil
Mol IIMO o nil fyyr
IHuncIng 011111011SKI
lino I Drive, lay Harbor I I Ililmd. Mm woman. I.n livrt highly Ii PROPtRTIE AfP* I city otlitlet'
I Fhr* lottor wInds oor nAliml' Ir-Kh, Pig AOE I .
rx wo
Slot' I _. P'O04r""" IsIla.SI No ol --
tamed number fA DAD AND
uolt, 01,115110W. 111.150011 BRAD LARSEN o. J/II'.

I 1J M.I. N.ipWs0.dEXPERIENCED II lobi 5.51. UllOIrlIlcI ....... I LAOS OINFVATRAMIRtAIII. I P01 SAIl' Colnol lots iT Ill i $

I fan : BAKER I WMOCOMT an IOM .1010,105.FPIItm lolonima.ronuiro.monrt 1 On Rt lIt I mlto I If ';: :. |I:W' c_ All .usso N' _-Doo. y_ ;

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v.U'sW OMC.Oi 51111 5115. For InynMtlun I NW DrhSi al 611I St. tone** konyar 501111. .11I 5 LI_ _

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on 415 1111111004 1 11.31.0. ".1001.1/141.- I Irol Homo hoot 1 I IMroom olr _, "j_bolh con. -i-- down on* Ml I IR 1 both lckloCM70010.71 01 hool. 1000 $7001 N $11 PO 0'S. I.., 4050311o11? PN/14 I ,a",," Wa"TlD 21 to 7UIM WAdUU 100 0 ''n ici i'ii 10 AtOO .."" .11 ,n ...... .... .
1".01 down lit 01 pO' 110 I '_OC_. Metric Fully w FR .MW. built 'lo k. ...* C.'": Oul5 011100, 015118PLIASANTLY 51700. 'ode 1370 051 111111. or without huw Withi' 'lu,.. comtorltblo 4 room, I bllhCCI with I ] oc,.. 'M tOMCM OllOf.mont .
ARCH CA"' "LL. REALTOR klle.o 'mL"; It you 010 11011100- 5311.55 .... Call MOHOON'T iiiioc" ,, 1,014101011. If 110:15:10' 1114050 5 11,0' .1 G.,".....,. c.1l, mom t homo Out bulldlngi, ond nou on* oymo CM' on. I
110,011 914707 ANYTIME III'' 5 now IWUM not It Mterem. I MISS THIS I 10 CCI houoe. Aiirr 101 > 1 Tlot occupancy Only' UM on ml IN : nr wrlbl XI MW ,IH" Av, /runt0.1 55014 :''rwt.; ". smJL! ***
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gy OWNER a.ry ......10I1s04 wood floprk Mllt-ln kltchon r LOVELY HOME I MISS per me. No do IM pHoneFP H'?!. 40 ?. Wnlt.' 01154111.ON I', ocrei of pofmononf potlure,
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horn ocrou .?... tram wold. 14.0 14,011105. 40113011. 0M11ry cyrm At 111001 Oartfonl 1U ml. South i iII 0115 CMI, Cod FR. I 1J71. 111'0.015.1100 ,_. .
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or Irg. family homo 1 IR I. IJWK f I lor D... yr round com DII WAn POI IOROIII'1A101 FAMILY! "j I 1t> ARTS FOR SALE South, M aMI with Iromo how* I FORD down on*) llotxno ....
14 X w x at both wimkwoly ., 4 ASMCtATtl. INC
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kI4. 1'11. ICroan.d 00,011. .o00 Pour Ill bath home In .h.I.. mo Oc.l.OolnMvllloGOOD 'r 170" I 1:01..4511S1 ample 1'-' 'JS W unw. 1 HU4
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..,..II.*. trap**, curloino. van*. 372-8404 TOo' "HAoolor" "'tu'ly- N. SIr' Ct. 05000: 'Ir10.' ::r"t./ I. ont Imorovementv ".. ....... RANCH 600 Acres ] gr 'I ACRII Altroctlvo Hgty- '
llpn Wind. 71700. f oil hootorowith II IF LOOK I II MOVING OUT 81 ETo.T% m II T011,4bo. prlWI ASK! '* mile Weif ef city nwitooff ..
__ I NO $51111407' 1007 ARNOLDREALTOR .... .ran* now throe bedroom -- I N 0 lw v Nlo4lo< IMlh, Or .
tonka goo Murt lie I loll 1 t1o.S _, 501115 I not IMMX H loovoUNSOLD ARC CAMPIILL RIAL TOil mJM of pave reo* 05Wo.d1
1101140 two ban brick noano Sooornt* .P "", 1. 151110,0 "" .
toon I* bo approclatod Prtc km 11.10 0100 01'' % HOUSE or mow myHwnMur ,.. I BUY PhMKiM-HOS AHYTIME' I' SI IM en ocro wllh tone
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wpt ca II Mrs CamploMy .
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Soluroay now homo with control AC
"'= Non0IM 11114.7 0.11 05411511 14110. 0ed 10.11 WNW IA I. ill loot trMNn on lilt _.
'SSStSf'Si'ZSSSi 4 M. Too many oleo tooturoi on*. : ?bog :::.. $05 114,11 b 1140014 LW l) ltrM. iss tol In w. 4010111173. .. Am
"FLORIDA PARK Two booutllul oc Ihnml
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of ,_. FAMILY loll OMOH 0 4551. (11'14 N51011 II,1NpIM11. '
Colt for HOME you can SHIN IUIllvro .
01 appoint' II 11,100110005.57710005.Two IONIO AAO> s kl IMS
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'on' to w MN Comlonob. 114 plyn3MN. ....,. 114. Iloot .... 0 1..4 141014 10 rn
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bolh homo 10114114 noo SaFt I 1.15 high II waodl Hjr only
loautllul landicapod ,lot LOCATED '" "oci Atr.4 11110 will be ..... 'M mn opoclput' ] 1100 1rMID of .170051 010 110000 Cl.P110A0. R E low lo tell qu..... For Mil partlcvlan .-" 010 WIM 2 : W.JPS = Mrmi ALSO. 70
11041,1 110130 h.. -..... hxl' waohor 411100. otc.aewfi BUSINESS t! ..* 04 V.
141 I" 1110.1110100$1100'' 10417 000011. 1 both horn In South 1 LOTS 0110University $ acrM ot l For ocr*. ALSO .. ,
'j I, MlturM sue" 01 II,..,.... ait Mellon' to wolor hoon nn* chor .
hold. Call mow now I* MO Cow Florida roomwllh DO 110401 MOOll. 404 MVK Iff* Avonuo. M Idlonod 0 1010 "oct 111 II# 05. 10111.
control hool. lonto comer lot llraeiece' operate I n 'ing cool brollor lor lim I4 OI1t vwlhot 00.1117 114 .....,tv. .n 110111Lnl RP 250.N. Main St. i ntor IVWIICM' Ichool At 40. ttI
DUPLEX .140w10. g.,,. (_..... room, ...'tv IM now Old Realty
large kltchon with bull I Oltumo oxolo Y.1w Ill IW toned IR! Al.fOI\ Ofroi tor lolol ol 4115. A""*l.OMO l.
,...., location, I IR. I both loch to Khooll. on* thopplng conLUXURIOUS I ovm, rongo. lihwoihar and dli., h>r Him It Hill appoolllo T. D 2lTROWERPR J W Klrkpplrlrti' A_,. II N. ,IIII N W.ln, SI Ph 171 W 1"Y. '" A4 I Mlru> J W Dlrkpolrlrlr' .
lido Kltcnon turnllho. FrlcM' to'000."'!cod 11110.. 11000 124. ...... Enormoui I car *arago. you Call' J71-441 405 I Main PR 1094 W w Mun_ ........ 1 Ajonw. 11 N **o',.. FRM404.FEDERAL .
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CITY TAXES COLA. 01/10117 70000, 0''.....'"' I BEDROOMS ....
hardwood Hoar Corn..., ,.
Ono look .knldo, mil, lowly 1 IRI plMianl living lo a .*ulot, NW I bothi control' hoot, PlAId
bath homo OM you'II want It. .roo an* : '- I 1
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Hugo LR wllh' lion Hnwloeo.Modora eI '04. .. ... .
aloe, kllchon. Con ..... i .: 1 .0111.014 0410 p0114 Poy 11.1011 0011 .nd
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at SOW NW Ifth A... Rood 1114 171001 kp.nlixonlo 10W1 .... 15.11711105 Appd7d. I
now ...v.... on* monthly" oaynwnlo.oo .
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14. Snorkling clean I bMroom Hem*
UNIVERSITY i ono block $1.0101101 buo. Largo
comer 'lot eomplotoiy/ chain link
; J.W. 1011054 Pll 144 111+5. $1001 M
REALTY KIRKPATRICKLASSITER 104 N111,100, 'HA N05 ..51 131 I QUALITY'S I

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Rooy. Roy McCann, T. C. Doug- ,.... M..I._ 1,0115 011115$1, I ....... Ilk n..... Control.
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ATTRACTIVE o-bodroom. 1 bolhhomo COMPANY HOMEw;
control' hooting ond air SPRINGS' AHA Multiple' Lining Member 1
conditioning' 6004,0170, los lirgo lilt W unly. Avenue vt 1571
1110 Mal H...... 0151105. 'e...,. 4 IMroom I ftotll horn* go lor oCREIKSIOI I AnoclaM' Jane CUdwell I
doubll lot opp> Jim' Shrppar:
Sao Kolkman
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EXCELLENT thl. 2 .....,..northonr. wovoing location porch ant FHA tlnonclng Down pim rooulm.cinoi',''' tflly 0014 ,. ...."tul 4 bfII....... Ps 11111 0000 I II :

homo prlco to loll wim, tow downpaymonl Tolnl prlw Only0101 Shown I I11I1. I Iho;EE OUWM looking iho I ,
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hugo ocrorn porch control
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'E 5 01111 5 Will 1 11110 I you owo It I* younail Ilot u* ', many oxtra looturoo M71..
room, 1100IIY Wow mn la,oo ) ID 1 ... .. .
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,0011 11'101011 IOV.111 :1 homo with "110... II. of ,"," 'UL .VV 57 U. REDUCEDPIICI J
built, lev kltchon ContrIdool | aroa plut bl* t cor g..... *t $35,000.Atlrlctlw ,
0140. lit! lllll LIKE .1

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$010 C. IIIon. 10014 511.1. I ",..... llg" modern kitchenTHAN yt mile from O.1M5v1Il. NO
tor homo buolnoil, 01111 loll1.IA 51004 4M. 415A TAXIS T...... ovollooi.l J.
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room t both controlly hoaiodan JUST .DUClI 10 L III home M Nl Coinoivlllo/ ONLYSIO.OM :
",.ondlNono* horn onlorgo /Sm. Good tormt with II.Kl. DOWN .
IM k 100 lol kl WlmbarlyEitom. REAIONASLS OfFIR. CONSIDERED ,
lull!.'In kltchon gnllillmltt Coll 3'0-im.' ', LOVELY t bedroom t bottl "'._ I :
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"N'VU"' AC.". N_ 0..hI'd. 1131 DOWN S MI per 111.0177 .11" I I I Llmltl. Control hool. I. r '
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'!G. 0.11170 00250 0011'-' City Torrouo f loon, own ng laiMKOpe lei. LESS THAN In.. JIMMYSTRICKLAND I ,
thuo NO CIT'IL 7AXE$. window' otc Tol.l Olrico SIVOU 100.
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I $ Cll1In out the Closet & Utility Room Now-Pick up extra CLASSIFIED cash P.nonto poraon ADS ads arc for nan commercial users telling merchandise priced I

1 0 tAYS 4 LINES 3 at bring$100 quicker or loss action.with the tilling price stated In tnYocJ N. additional cottt for ads that require the.full 10 days No refunds for ode that



DIAL 378-1411 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

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44 CottPiPi for R."tFURNISHED 41 Homo for (tint Unfurn.IM'N 51 OHicp-Dpik Spic.IIM .5 Aatlqae.ANTIQUING fa Wig For Solo 66 Ml.. For Solo '6. MI... f a Sal.. 70 Boaro-Mlr.n. EquIp

I oom 44Ilog5. oiu4 //"it: eTioiT:::" irR'na.; 5SCU7lrr51JlLDiP64' MADE EASY SPECiAL SALE ..,... 5' pot < """" LEn TOAd FOR dALE MACS O..R ANY 1161 ?EA8IRD 22> H' M."

THE TIMEIS for moll lomlly. motor a n d troll, lining ...., SaIntly rm, pi. W. Unlvonlty A... Pint Class Martin Itnouri Provincial color hundred or II M Mr dolM WHIrootod I'M |0t A.I robIn WAIHIR1, OR ALL. Tumibout skis. Jim CPViwr "iivinv w* nrarMlin. lirr,
,., wot disposal Ivrnl"'M. $57mc Ho, CI... to Mop ctntor KhooliKltchtn OHIca Ip_ Air cond, ntvttor ala l ... kill of Olockt .... SpIced... Aialta Nuro.ary ccvii P5101115 O&-R,. Itlotcooo wilts pod 130e301. Oil tulip oqu 1 pprd mcl radio, com.
3702 JW Arcwr RD _I.... dip NW lOlh Avt. elf..",... parking Jinltor now H. lor'.''''. ..H 1141 GUAIOn DlUhIASl1115. $rt mlcrotcopo 750 power wltl.MlrroFloctor .piik dipth-flndor, aotr agtri.
win 1414 Unlv Avo
111.1657. ....Ic. ...II.bl.. Call FR .._ W. Dill Trade poor .Ir condlll_,.. 5u05i pup ton. "Ip...,. llvo bail boo, coalor, Excilitntcond
NOW. Furnlihod _or FR 7.3jp. ... "nile Tilly honor 110 11' 'llguw III or ..... and aooa'tl' 4 band ihort Want Owner muM Mil boctuipho :
45 'ph. TWO ID, Florldo room, .1, candltlorwd vtfllcil' pump motor, M HP 111MIK t A.i_ tov1:.... IHOl' f. 440357" rtdlt iiO ipKlal). AM honor hassi". ".. If .loop. c.n bama
hat furnliMd. 6i Mi... For hIs, hovionolO Ittmn. :1)14 NW
'woo. it KnOt Iklt HPUM, Cryiltl
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r. 54 1..1. Hoilh Kit dfluktl boWOlIN
NEWLY 0ECORA1'ItXTC'EI..O IOta Unlvarilly. Ron IIM CHI ... Cadets 6th II.USIO. NOW YOU can mloy cooking wllhOAI prof II''.... .
Itudtntl and coupln with. FR >"5034 or 0'1._ "$ WHO naudI 12" slsai bonkl ...M- Full lice GAI R NOI, iltd arrowt, tOW imlll golf' big .
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Do You Have out chlMrtn proltrrod CHI H.... nor t P.M. Con bo om lunoty- IMALL .."no... .., tenS CO mtpd at ihmir but cm bo .OVAL TVP5 WIllIS.COMPLOTILY 'init.iltd Eellhor IP P1,10,11 312."" --- --
lorry m.mi or 471.1371.FURNISHED from II DAN BYRDJ168268. cued Sill PICONOiTIONIO' GAl MS 00 campion. ml down,
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AM. to | P.M. idOl wovi vary chotpor I > 4 Bto-raom Modili ,Ip
110"HONI 120 p.00111 lOt two mo'tltsI.Prnpao. 69 Fail Oil fr W....
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A Room.Apartment, APT I tOT HW 71ft ._ twip FR 41377. '
371 1PD3 A'ch" .d. PS .JI11 SHADOWLAWNISTATIS
for. contrtl I, mail hr..A: : ; utllltlot cccldItion.ad. fur* IMALL "'mi..... | lit .horno I In .0. ITO.I 4 WARIHoun FORMICA lop 15n20" boardl. II, INFANT outomitlc swirl Mi OAK HiCKORY. KiNOLiNO, .

or nllhid Phono PR 11433 or FR country, 10111,.. Air condlllnnMK.t 5000.. Call Joint. MerrIll ....lter.t7J.1O" For lt.lt. Hoot, ale. O villa A... Titw Toltor roc.... II' .... .PINS AND COAL. F. 0 OLIVER
fop Ihop WIre for lootCONCRETE SINGERSLANT.OMATIC .
cirporti, ... Cell FR, I4tJ4 topi Phone FR 2-3502
4-4173 bod 15 inttiuut U AH clotnat OFFIRINOIndlvlduil
or FR .-.,,7. -irs Mot. Iwo.
House to Rent? EFFICIENCY APTS. WAPIHOUII MOO M. ft. In Hugh ntw PR 4711CANI I llylti Per You
N. 'w ) IR. I bath tiMOO Edwardl Induttrlol Cantor far Hanoi, lit 201116"Iii 70 lapti-Mirln. Equip."
ISO MOMChmgo. N. I. I IR I bath 111 n ........,.,,_. John M. Itindhim Flbirglii, typlil p I I. Harm At mill, 71 conn .JUICE.1. 0......... II. ... .. 7 mo. old don every. Will lentIl living irtna
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Micanottv I IK fumlriiM In Country 17501. tr it I7 4404 or 174-4I7I rockor. 14 ill ft 131 Rocktr thing with out nfl MoAn but- 06' ZIMMELL 00010103110lO1.alt.las ) Ouillty malarial t work
REMEMBER- I CHI "'.2.". Tom ,IOr, Hwy.
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i i MiA O.AT'H"Po'i" 55. MARY MOELLER FOR :LIAIE :: 10;ON"' w ft llori 101, Mowthornp. ton.._ 555 on IIIIIIon. blVd loti. 21 electrIc mollp. G. minihip '
TIRiD COUPLI. Ml for mo REALTOR building, W. Unlv A... PrIce' WOI beints, tic. Pal bO''. 50 5121 irI tot tilt Ilcllsr. 51117. 20 IW :u,_ community' )lou would' bo
A rental vacancy plus uHlltHl. Clll _lIoa.THill. SINGER I. TON. York Air Condltlonw. Tho ooauppa,. tI 17 Mv mO.IIol5 II. 17..tl1. proud to toe In
1011 par mo. Clll MtriBtll Norm, '
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Unlvirtlty Avt.FR lilt UMKl 1 mil COM WM. Mil coli torI'. iltrnyt Cr01.by. Slips Wait on NW Itt h
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44471Alrl SLANTNEEDLENothing for UN until May. p h 0.a '" Del. G.I.1l1t Ian mo Glenn Iprlng InlirHctlon
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COSTS YOU MORE Ono bod,_. acetythilIf '.m''''' 71S1.. ; ?
.. New Brick Home
IN MCINTOSH' 371-0113. .
I room "house. Itp site an "uttFR
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OFFICE I AND WAREHOUSE 1451la.
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Ubilibici fort 52. ..
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vonl"'Iex.llon. ....1i7.) ft., cuiromor and If'v I I. ovorcitt, dorn mind, ate DOMINO UPHOlSlfHYChllrl In I
than the ad that Frank Wag- In MclntothLAP.CI SINGER
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UW small bal '
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CLIAN l.trp lino I OMroom, paling maIn htoty IIM per pay low 01 U. No mwmduwn Steph.Fosa,
convtnlmt tocitlon odulll wily. OLDIR IVOUM ; roomi, month cm AtKhuo Riairy At. anca af "2. tow 10 15 POP month.Frta AUTO ZIG ZAGp.o.seaos.d
will rent It! Ito .. lcetvtllilcq tufts. 101 t bibs, Irom Ihopolng Caner. _loclo.hv| ,, -lIlt NATIONAL ..ltm...., pickup and do> Holghfi :
: 4 blto. lldnty" Ltnltr, Iclnol F. IIWING MACHINI CO.. INC. llvtry Mnm AM work" guaron.to .
PIe Apo. 005,17 7. 144 bodroomw tullt In kltctl- :
1..11. 56 ...1.... OppartHnltloaIIIR IMlktll lowing MocMni" .....) <. Prong 1747m. Pelt nte*. No ..."","onll 515.4.Sd. on SSOiPlRPnt. .on. oeat. VA no MODELS
DUPLIX I M living room, III W Unlv Ava. Pwiae wi'" 1066 clod S 0465es
Here's what you kltchon shower both Convonl KIN NW Ulh It. 1 IR howe In 371.1351 Wi WAN TO.buy late model uitdrotrlpcritprl. .>.. tI It or 057 "$51." down ,._1. FHA from. 1700
set ta KM ,II.. UI mo Wilt .Park, I3SO down and 171 ft FOOOf ...ne bullnnii Eietpt lomlly HighwiLlorTs'EXCHANGE anne 0. lId, Wlto Jhonsny Croa.I __ doling ......
71-0174 par mo. or will nnt for It) .ptrwo. well oqulpptdi 1 low ..... IkonMd WROUGHT 'IRON' porch or pttltfurnlturo G.I.1l1t ...
Gtn. Del.
vacancy COSTS Phena M loin 4 llocktdi II500 00 lot ill Minna btlow wholt C.piloll.i'oI.' ... 1... Now Open !
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oportmmlUt 1-us ... ARCH CAMPIELL elAtION Mlt n t I Itt far 111 11. Phono F 4447"BRAND H.W 7lb Ploci 4 4th Strut
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YOU EVERY DAY NW IHh Avo.Phonp P...... 374-I705-ANYTIMI 141 n Olhor root birgilnl -' OPt, HOUII DAIly
FR 63540I .II iike root teIhIpe down, COX WAREHOUSE NEW"lofn Coll 171 IMI 171 lIPS I II
Inquire 1417 NW 7th A... or Mil I btdi md chtirt lit.If. ... or Northwest
until it is rentid: IR. 'living room, kltchon "both 111."". SHELL 4011 FR. MaIn 1-437' It, elite "' N rockin II!.tl. I II
no pott Advil only 494 IW todIt Ivtrythlng I It dllcountid
UN'U.HISHIO .
UI Pet month. PeaRl FR 1 bod'oom "hoos.ett FOR .... hard at healIng or thaw WILLIAMS SERVICE CINTERHiwlhornt I
"". ..Laka I.nl. Pa. 11Io11'011. who Ilka to witch tho ,lita ihow. Rd 3713117T EItit. Estates
IF RENTi YOUR LOSSIS
A TV atlochmtnt H lull thl .
OIL CO.
V ontonnat. l> tlnglo' .tapb. 17tjoubla I (p
4' U. ... ..... Apt. Pnon.415-2891. thing lor.vlHo"HuT'lng 10 ...'..11. rlnck II) 01 compulp kll. ReaIIqZveeptoet
: PER DAY IS: 60560 PO$ NINT 1 siiGi0n. '-" 14'S. O AID. 410 Jim Vayiai. 4H NW all' Ava. 'ham
NiCE DUPLEX I 50. lIclO11R. diliM, 000)5. $lbphen, \ 3 WooLs company paid trainIng N. Mlln FR 4-OOt. Custom lull "-

.. kltchm _1_ VonotltnHindi. pliiiod porchn, tote of cloutKI. In monogtmtnt. MllIng SINGle round bobbin 4 lac Irk! DUO THERM.. hotlw wllh Mowrr' NW12m fowill I BR, 1 Vlboth. I Ct.Four ....Iet..
inn conntclloni 311
M lit, ..... 11.11..., dtv Put,, otttltd middio .. git log In ..
or firopitct IK itrviclng mtrchandn- .. '.blt. oquipptd ta Up fg It. ads Olson corport, .
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_) ........ Pnus.oubenO.c .. Nl inn Ace Inaulro .. w '"ilt iooutifully weWoo) hit
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lit p. 1141 .
lit' par diy 1171 MM tin If. 1>HM or 37. lodreomi and Twp
or fancy Itltchat. 4 pavmmti
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Th bod two ""h tvalocnt con- Earn while .dod lot. 5514NW.
TV esceiartewidihlov .i..
Uti. ptrsoni LATI modal no.0010 *
151 lit' ..... .. NW ....11.... 'III per. you. 17 N or 140 Cllh Ooorgo 1... 51.105 po".Iy. eoodbot Bofhi. 1911 NW. 37thBlvd. All City conxonnncot :
I1.Q.1It' 'Itarn oxcellont 34th PI. $14000
-- opportunity lowing Macnlna Co. Phono 374-
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NW inl A. Apt t thor 174-3141. .t .It. BOJ NI Ill Inc.Ph. Built 1964. Small
Ins lit' m.. not par .." wilklnp, dlitonco' to Com..., btd- Unlurn I or. homo A-C. Dinar I to nntor tho torvlco 0211.ALLnAn. ..., Ph 2111. $500 down. $S(49 pormonth. I Down Poymonf. Prlcdd for No .....soinPO :
kltcnon" 4
room dlnlnt oroo baItsslId lotion bunnni Contact ana whMl tralltrw .
0 1 brPORDYCS
WELL kite cirpiti tho* Iho return Soil.
Ml .r mo, KM diy living mi. PR 11001 K Mr DeLoach FR 2. hitch 111 Quick
p ptr ARSOCIATIO SIlO. Henry ) of rioulir Ii.. Loll" tpot Ntrlhwtl' Estate II clIlnan
I I IR will iltoplng porch kltchtntqulpprt. 151.105 5333. 376-5579 doming Rint iloctrlc ihompoatr Two Choicd Lot. Ilftll, ....,.. .n .11. I.5t

171 ptr mOo .. 1131 par diy 'ImmMloto .....onc,. Old W. Unl. 17..1231LI .IF. 110.000 ON I HIW .boy'S Ibatd 26" Col. II, McPmllll Furnlluro Co. Toko your .h.i.. of pvor I fronting on I Mth Strut sIde 'of N W. Mth Itrtof .
MS II tod you caora so or mori
PI 141
ptr mOo All 1617 Umbla IIIce''.. rod with Cllnttv mopping Conlrr ond 33rd Avinuo. Look. ... of N.w. urnAvonuo.
$75p.rmo. 523lp.rdey Phono 171121" I UK for Mrt 'W' 35th Aveyua. In coin, itt mo show you good 1110 90 bioutiful brick tw> > w m
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Th. bod_ I baths, Had Incomo that bo Inv ,1m. 137 M Phone I. Inj for loco .
Kilo .,, ottor I'30 PM 371 1517. ..,. prootrly may Kmjibirry lumens opartmint
and .1. 1100
MO 12." rrr macoh. provod to pay peed In bare.I on o fionf Look .
Mr mo. por diy t Slug! Has
UNFURNISHED I bed,... dupi.o Call PS 6-2'14. million "".,.. wnto to Ion 440 MUST GO NEW
apartments, M5 Mr month.Coll A Otintivlllo lunVIRy ho", that would bo fond
III ptr mo. UN Mr diy FOUR roam. 114 par month. 'In. __ WALTER STUBBS i
376-768 Win M Ml IW Ind '"..,.. IUCCIUFUL IINCLAIRtltllon MODELS $9,000 to $30,000 Inviitmint irooorty /includdd. .

1ft lit' m. DM ptr diy THRU btdroom duplt opt. Phon. 3764827. tor M>IM Iowa flntn- .

CI... olimil now Quill 100:.. ;OR PINT by wntr, 1 B.. I Pal htlp" ovilltmi Coll FR, 4I .P.FURNITURE Th... *nd ....., men a'. 'Inc. :
505 lit' m. .. IIU M' diy lion II. trcllon, 4 mile out.l7lMrmo. ball house In HW anIle. 7117, Mm OPPR i .sIawso ....Iabl..
..HI. 1641= PtootcFR Corn ..' Rvvnys Doily IOVlll. .< DI 376-5394 \\
2-2633 JACK YOT.
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I'DO per m. 11.11'lit' diy ( W.n'.. t. Bay ft APFLIANCtS I G..., I No Money Down *
47 H..... (,, lint '.... DUE TO FAMILY DIFFICULTY | Rtgntirid Brokir
CALL 378-1411 4' loom 'or Rant WANTED USED OFFICE SAFE I MUST LIT MY FUP.NITUREOO ColMlol .Mt MntomMrtryitymi on. your lot 121 NW. 13th Strati "Wt trod houses"

707 N.E. 10th AVET TO SOME RIIPONSIILE inck lend ...... 372-:5l1
.001011 FOR MEN dea,,. uiuuih. CALL FR 68269. I 1i
FAMILY WHO IS WILLINO TO
755 llcSf, Ione.d pajd, otomo. ,. INdteonstbaOhs.PalnIly .
TO PLACE YOUR ( am hott. Mild .stci uw olpbant lAyS MY CREDIT ft ASSUME I
374 H37 or 373 Rtaiontbli' 122 Nl Ir>4II
Fhono 34K13Pnano All UI and fortlgn Illvordolltn I PAYMENT ON THIS ECAUTI AH city c..v"" _" pntf sit* I Monthly paymentsas \
SUN RENTAL I BR FRAME proof sets.nd 51135bait I PUt GROUP (CM.vomptolriy. little as I
IIM ii inn it Hlet turllslod _.. con.on'on'' ,. dollon.RflCt. In thl living I room thin ll o I .....
.lfuII" Ia.dscapad.
ISO FR, 14134 t/le ..1..11, and doontfwfl. STAMP li COIN 'HO110I .PC. .....bod lulti: 7 n Mil ftmitchlnp firToktohom $56.00 COMPARE1'THESE !
MW dailgnp
WANT ADS FR illllLAP.CI chair" I md ttbln withmitchlnp I
6.Room and Bath House W. Unlvorllry Avo SalnoerlIll .....
tlnglt boon far working cacktill Holt Iwilnut .. Sivirol paw ho", .. ....,
3111 NW 11th ... W. lop bead PulcnitoutLacI wllh Margolin ton, t till doc N.nth tt I. ISbN "lud IIa.
46440240 m.n. w..ly maId sornico WAVIPhono Around Poor H... Per arolor lamp with lyauvorhidH ... IIIh Atattol a Tolto far Immidioto occupancy.THE VALUES
af 414 NI HOME
rtfrlgtrolor I
Odd '0 Indo t bMutlful ftp "'''''
42 FIrms t> Acr..g.2OBeautifuiAi. CLEAN, QUIET ROOM 371.III! or 112.1'11. Ixll tees
I7 -707t
HADSOCK BROTHERS II ,
...,. clouitudtnt lamp plus JAMES CO. BEFORE YOU BUY
For Clooo-M onorupoer iy434MIR ruiNliHiDiioo"'l 1\0\ blocks nun or ..; nn. Aitctwo .17" Port TV & Stand
from .mpu. .21 IW 1St wan Tho bodraam Wold. ...
lull. It Dmika tan 901
II MI. last .. city About Iwoodltnd Ie.... kit, porch' utlllllit furnltrwd CHI 3710 1fO. Mu ttudmlo l lmlonna snip. <4 Hy..k.M Co di0"ANIJH <asaMr.&MrLdpose.rwlttlIoi 'h... 372-2527 SAVE 1IIImIItoo..mm.II1'! '

....'.1 Mean trim 700 lAG month Hlwty 441 bacIllI lust HICI down..I pooh c,... .... tilting mirror, chtit an chut Tho following are now on...?
It hlghwiy "onl.... Only 17.DM ov 0' Prolrlo. Apply City Itrvlct Central h.., 5156 olt..I1 polo.Ipe d rndl l.vm: o IOvtl dbl. bookcita bnt wllh Hiding I.tnmat 372-644))
lor wile Kit. notion 444flflFULLY furnlihtd loo it loblo. I ..1,. loivti, 4 pintl tor your clock '''1.. For Buildarg ofKingtborry iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiniiiHiiiiiiiMraiiii! comtruitlon and will bi rttdy

Act 1)005.AnsI. TWO .bedroom ,ho.ao. nicely Our.P150.4 Oil' IE Ind PI 171.Ittlprlvtla chaIn* blank rc.oI r t, lIla kid'I "body 'h... ,U 5 .bttutllul Hamts Thi following on toady for'Kcupincy. ...
h.1 I 111.1.. PCOV lhopplng C. a bar tIC i i: "OiROOMi"i; ChIna 05' wide tin. 1717M4 will.cirod far Ml at bunk I for occupancy" .1.

C. I.. AnI.. .,aIcor.O. and KhOO" In N.W. soctlofl.PInclo ",',onco. Mm only, 104Nl T Thl0lSOASRANOi" bod. Tlot dInIng ..... Ills 5 los. ,
J. 61)015." A.ont.tI PR 1.301'. sot *vo Fit 4-0144 .. ion.Blt prlco I Ph 4111514 30.60 labia wllh lao ft 4 foimpidcwd 1330 NW. 28thAvpIR .
44414, H WJltnxt. Ph :145021. i IIOROOM blouse lunlsh.d, p.o .:. .:. : : 'n.. "Flo. I bought d K.... .ft.I,.. TOo k tclwn l U 31 ., 14 bitni, IIOM I on., 3100 N.W. 21th PI.

41 Colorod ,., ... p11000 17"115.. 17. 50 Mobil. H.", .. : "apt, wlthi, It" rInse lit alum 't\it Mr ma or 17000 _1. |n< I .... I .baths MOO dr.. 1117par
Proporty 1m. I U'.IGUATOitlInov Ire whlti flnllh with PVMI ftrollout 1131 mOo month'

nI1lRDO "tllo,. no .." and ISI. bralltr pluS I stole 4120.4121 N.W.I9.h _
FUINIIHIO 4 IR fiouMby
driwirti Admiral roll I .
MOVI IN with
"ow CCI I isn..... ace ball.Lacat.. county port on MWII TV no cKIMron Phone FR, 1M01 I I. peed Clll cond.17.l 50 r4-47M 115 oath c........ fouler, rtittt katpor, Dr. 715 NW. let St.
-. .... .._,. w....,..",..,. LOOM ,-I,,,, HOUII TRAILIR I and I bid.Id Or I CrIsper ft ...,... In doori Admiral 3 IR I baths, S350 dn. |7Mr < 355.76.05 r00dy.5Ii7
.. N.I. 15I T.... Illl por. mp M, .-_. rIms,... Con bO ensued 5,5 \rOIl' SaPObSlSUO pnlture.. Ills uprlaht" .,",.. In once*. ma.41M .
McCoy SuilbevieiI,3lt.5OiI PINS' FOPJUT | IR, I baths, Phont ..4 tool, 11...., '1.. ::'1:1\\. .: I', 1 .1,0 loVe cand Orl. COM II147 A....... 1 Contemporary PeP )
: t ttblo limpt, > 4327 N.W.19th
d.. 116-_ .""Iro'' ftlr soot li ....1.... ...* J 5 WIltIl.si ploco dliwHt Ml douMo drmor, polls n wk with no manoy down ,_ ___ _.__ __.__
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port, built-in bit ) AlnrnfMW .
chttt bookciM bid miMnmond
I40MII Poe 1A1' Nile nto. "....I4foully MIll. R..t"1 box tprlngi I a000n ..,. Colonial a IR. "'.'''. MM H4 Mf.MMr
1&b..ums.1. Inn tt.7th of $397" mo.
mInts 114 M monthly lor ovrylhlng > NorwoodHope
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A.., email down ptymint, HOUII In H' SmIle IKAILER SPACE McDtnltl' '.rnllu,. Co.Otlntivltli .
OIly I. I $5, I'10 baIts 60.1.11. .. 5I8fllIlffillPlhillimIflhilmIIllilS
III Id. POP RENT ,
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monrr.lv. IhoO"ne.c.n'
uymtnti ="himlffvd Vtwrw 4od4 II t; M Ki MONTHNtwborry All far Lang furMturl In llortcjt e Modern
$4nthlbtI stows IY ADVANCE
AM #
on your-tot Plo V O'C.nnnr, MUST SILL wallOpS mKhlnt,
,, Trillor PatbnpOIOt71
with no down povmmt. Ph.FR AFPOINTMINT ONLY
301 BMltmi couch, JO| I end ,
...,& Pin, "NATIONALFurnlturp 127 I. unl. AnLprgo .
toDlo.
toMoi U OKni cottro
41 Houtoi for Ron durum
YOUR CHOICE OF comfortibio "homo faro
HOi night ttblo Ui f cinochiln .
j LOTI SI-A Want.d T. ft.*t u IOCM 174-Uit lorga fornHv 4 IR, 4bolho "H* Inc.
I em Int.rsst.d .I. bnyin senor.at OOOO NEIOHBORHOOD, cloio toKhooll Warohoin. ,. .
Ists ot file 01,011 ,, ... Call t BR, I both CCI with UNIV. PROP. ntodt lor ImmMoccupincy PAIR l Il. table LAMPS.- Ui-SIT: 3622 BEACH BLVD.JACKSONVILLE up lining room, family .
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J72'4l2t corport, ftncod yord, hi Nl .... Ian 4 IR ....... ctn wild mall t., I slId ...... 1 .... FLA. 14 Models room porlor dlnlnl room lit.v'. Trade Homes
Kroontd porch
Ii,.. Villas.ii0iis trol, .1'....... and halt. tarraiioor too tibloi I modal mihogmyoccnlonol dlnttlo
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41.1 COLORID RENTALS 0lh St-I IR ........ IONbalhs A-.n: (I till floor I1..I1::?,. t.fJ TAILII 3714H'M 359-2561. kltthtn.: :,; conditions baIts down,_com.glitoly oil or Property ;
....... y'do 1121 ..... ooO'ms. I FM LlAN-used '-II'I r"t';; Onon duty to. lit", ," Sun. 1(4
? / Oollhor, built In anoliallccwordartulIOlOtbWlltp
NOW RENTING ...... or 00''.. .110 .,..... .,...... w.... Priced From $13,400 to $18,200 tor nice rooming

COLOUO ultra ,Itod.c.I0 $5 ... CalS 37440057.:--- tt Olftcp-Doik Spico'iTTiVJY 5,5. RII'A'R' WORK ON ALL EARLY AMERICAN houia good Investment torhtllniu ALL OUR HOMES *ARI
pIM apartment, largo llvlnf and l>. Clll FR, I 5003. FIREPLACE HOME PAYMENTS property Lot lppranlmotoly > OPIN FOR YOU TO EN

dining oroo, mod,', kltchin wltllInn. Sun Wnnt Ads 4io s-nr. <,< Ma _Ill, ;rolliwiv, w-good; Innor 4 START AT $7934 13V i isrchtnoconvirMllon JOY IEEINO ANYTIME IP
Torpo llortot clooXo. NrruM .... All brick miiriar roiwo %
pan, :am NW 4th II. Call 3740) iprlng m.II' 135 Smell _....,, lint YOU WILL' WIT CALL
.
noon, tilt .O.IM. epicS hoot- "' or 171.U043'0tlll drtwtr .....,. ,a. htirttt llroplKi pmtlidfimlly
or and M water .Motor, loclllItoo 4004 NW Illl TtrILiC. room built.In kit.chin 1.t/ II ..oIroo..., Built-in Kitch.n)
lor wiihtnp mtchln.1, andMvod 0"1e. I P 10C I AVAILA.LI "' "" with 0....,.., Mrlivlihly 1122 I. dOt $15517P.
llrootl. loo ol Nf tux Get Results Down.ow", CIft'rol .beat 6 AC.. ttovo Illl lull top notion iHidKlpod ctntrtliMitlng
Tor. or cell for pMlnlmtnt 37on > lAG p.1 mo Call L..llor 1I..lIy. 1 wg cor.,.... lilt Imoll IP let k aIr 1 condltlonlni 6-I3D' an .It $70550

or tn-an. IT 171.7t .. btitor Stald.t5flU.tIibIltg. III. 10". ........._ .'_'. Chole.H HIGHLAND :
Plane PS o-lOfJ.
w. ".. I.ctll..t
biters V
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UP.'GHT' P551255U.coodlllonalIp flI COURT MANOR
I' SERVICES OuorinlMWO 74-1717 of CilnnvlUp t

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AMUICI 501515 l .
T-A-fi APPLIANCISttMtf KUKPATRICK PIllION> ILDR5 ,
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0 Mtnool from UO uot7 )

Home And Business 7rpm.W..." from Ire. 110 Sn. 05S upS 172-7070 7000ltt 5.,.. Offico HI 2Jrd BInd and

P..d.rre.ep5 510. lit op lIeIoT.rrec.6t'zi. Sooner later j jyou'll
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II Tv.... trom 131 ., "Ib.
JIM von II APPLIONCI! CO. I
lulidozing Rooliag 41* NW llh Its PII. V113MCLIARANCI McCOY'S eO "

....11_... -. dum. IALIMovlnf annIedooler. ... : want a Butler
I' / 0WhI. fill dlrI. nme .... T... C. I.. HARREL& ooon to now locatIon, many MACOMAHOMES I
lOll. PI'o"' 371.1506, CantrfeI 'I llw.ns maIled dews to 11.53135
For aS, mar .1.11,15 IlIsdI alid II"I. truck Noorly Nil '.mll.... 374
.. ... .. __ NW llh Avt PhonoF R .-...2. INC. Cdjlnoivllli'i' nowoit and moat
Mortgage Broker ,. ..17.. -Dls oUNTPRICES lIiw9; lu> rii t ppprtmpnl buildmo Bros. home. Why !


.. H Upholstery THE 'JEFFERSON" Rr'1LAKESHORE
: '" .: :;.... $5 I

:'u- u "' -' W. ufKwnf II ovoryboityHENDRIX I Ltcb'1 TOWERS not now!
:z 5OlLD ... "HAII'I '::: ::. ,all bIb: Chlrmmgly colonial outside.
lOll homo ll mod with eon
Don B".d Ph. 316.3815 :"'1': PS .NfL 42650 w. FURNITURE CO __.. lor 5seI c.flsrn.perary .
._ Nw ItO AM. it lorn' ll living Nolle Iho will NOW LEASING

Pow and bu.ltat1WlIsledIy iiK ':V NA-TO.--f; ,T'. epp.Iinted I work aria wllh
:: = Garlg. Doors ro..Mapbos.0c5053545 NI 1 laundry kllchtn and OMitryItoraga ,
ai 05 loin 0,. alter I P MFRIOIDAIRI handy to till wrvtca mtranco. ALL CITY SERVICES

1.1i.:" lii7Kanoabter: ,deA0I000S. II'ICIAIII' pHtiall dlihwmliorIM. Thirl ora thrtp bod

11 N. 101010 It ..... PS .a400 .: :;:'...=, :,.....= .Clll 47I-M3I M'". D. .. raomi with pIles outttondlnp twp ivY'clawtlacllltlia ''''' FERN WOOD MANOR

AM. alter 4'M. A....'.... -lyw.CE _ balls and a _roto drmlnparaa ,
..10 I. ARNOLD : .. .. ... .
"' WASHING MACHINE In tha eras'.. It
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Pow ato CONVINTIONAI.NW Sells AoO,377litLOANS .In good _If Ion. ns. hit a formal living room with,
171 tM) S NiaralR 11.0 rown StIll $12,250 up

Auto Glass 1,1t 55. UNI'1 ot5. p... I7Wm TELEVISION family room with o flropl 1'cp
... otautlhjl charry, pMwtinpTno .

: ; I ": Ir PRESTIGE I "L" mtpo at mo hauwwin $400 DOWN FHA
'o.'c : :1 3F""NC. two
A0T003.A07I$6Wblemlauwn, serlewNIlIbmadits. m attocnod cw it-

1Icto. d5IlcI'ry., Add t1O.W. 570111.' P&1735, I lair ........" 11.0.140loicOy rai0 and tsar poke will' NOTHING DOWN VA,
..*. to 11cr c... 'an 11.'v. 5 Snow p. anMAULDINS OFFICE mali o dtlignrful putS h $100 Cloting Cost
tOll nallIly stoic 1105

__;73 N W.frll A'ttTOl'.W.. *..co...... Drsnkieg Water 0 I. ,50 Ins BUILDING 4401. HW 17th ....

_ _ 4 laobbsrtil.s5. OlIN an roan an $7515

Auto Equipment cnSTAL cl_ ..lot w.... _!" Chorming FROM PER MONTH

.. -: : ': IL: \ .: "; ...iI. I. ..., Fik. IJth. RANCHO GRANDE .'JXURY FEATURES INCLUDkt

HYDRAULIC 3CKAppralial """III 0 pracan 5, Out 010a,51, ; Will dn.gn; affico .,... WALK TO SCHOOLS
Ca I beltannls I ...he. study. 0 Swimmoss pppl O RatMCrttpoj Swans
: : Mogo.snsSprlng.Wol.r l;: E I* Mil Ckcicp ticI.Iiae
:: = :: ypaj. landitMnad 'omn 'llylt.s re5,511. dl's. O Adrpp 44 Ficn.c Owpdt Conrr.1 Hoof
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ptr Ing room. aM H'V*< floor.Prion i 1
__ A...... HULL"$ 55655 P.3711'110, o.rpalmf. ikk ....h... kxtudM: caner 10% O C..Hol Air Ca.J. Uundry rp $5SVICS I SUPPLY 131d I Remodeling Stos. Lackart S Gprppa. Drop Chats I
(...ttlle' .."ic.. Indincthfntint. -
;1'M..," PS 74461 _ Mobil. Home Repairs "i,ad-lp-o .iid.Ampla 432SNW0700PL O P.v.d >.rkip Arr.1 e Lifhtad tdowalklO $15.825. $625 .Down

00 MIEB. Florid. mm. Ktor J Ito PrOf?
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MoRisa parking TO .UILD'Lit
I I Strrlco I (ONI I c-I "flANNINS
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h. : =::: I SIP00S $ en"'''''. ..4
__ _ _ mayoo 0 n homttFor I
...P. ,UD I. AIHOO g .Woe .......... ft puor*... AM 55060 and icasanabtsA .11 .1 cmpdti .. nnt.1 u* giv you an nil PHONE 376-4456 I DIRECTIONS: Drive West on 16rK-A. Tun
All out 5corcalbccd.
3 EAh IITAtl RIALTO APFHAIIAlIIRVICt tMd olart.work tVModlPAINTING .phono Cart C, prIcos-.. 104041 11- .ppalr 1 _. ". ... matt on contracting your I FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT Lift on JSlh St. or 39th Ttrraco

_ _ Osale 0304017 npw cuitom horn.CollGaroldorV .. I
'I ..... IMIBISrwUfl CALL FR 8-2411 0 McCoy I 124 H... SankpI
Hit W. UNIV. AVI
Dma : FR 6-7290 I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY j Butler Brothers

Mochino Repairs Sun Wnnt Ads or FR 2.5940 NittFR6-SOISor [ 2104 IW. lit ST. U.1 HWT. 441

6- 502Otnca I BUILDERS

: CAl VICI jL65lNO co. .1. MACHINE W. 0.00w Sal.Modern) lot.v> "',". Painting pa modornl lapt'rlxp Get Results ANYTIME Located atN. I Butler Bros. BUILDERS I DAILY 1T2-,!4S NIGHT" 7t-t04l
Wan Itrwt and t>d
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III 1..1 s.ndl/155.. PrIced Is .... 4D. .. AT. .It.... NUIy .... MM vr. ..... Putty **>,_ = $1111 I? 10 ?. $14 I 107..., k 0. *I..551. 113 Thanksgiving
Pit .."..,. PR .... In*. ..-. Ovor |IOP I sea 11 onor IMl 0,115Im.y CM MMWW. Solo.: Av .. ? 555 I*
I PT. WINTiklilO NOWNAWS tnon coot ot U4M. >>to..*. 1MT, PI,:. 111, C.... 111"_ i-nu.
plywood toot KIWI lisp motor ti 54 FORD | .
Nml V -..... sls.rtnt 705..5 II :rD. 51351 5000 41 WONIAMl 05 ItINAUU D13e1llg '14'"
SrI 11 h"",. Ivinru ....Ior. Ali IN II. M11o' M 3741115 $51 Moor Oulom.tle rod* In OODGI .Urtup. (P..e.., 1.11 I 17 A.-'I.. Wltltte4 Specials : SAFE BUYUSED
Mp cndlll' i. IM tor no 1 C.... 1015151 No.*.. kuckot won. Pewn 07110505. Mk lit 0154 40/1517,
tKt John seller norm of m* TIM IUICK IKVLARK. I t>S. MIN. win WHII* .... SHVPORO 4No10. 51105017 .1Ier 1 ---1
Sport COWM. V4. MM wt CASk WANT/0. IPM/A PIONC1.y..M
., 51,115. PI 0.3111.iPoaIulo00
ld hope spa. Pie .. .
WI lt CORVITTI 4 wood. SoM or N HeroNs 105,0Co
Mw forts lOr M5'" .M11. I1 AT WW ". PS II M. $ '
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tool liutnm tlkroolm taMt Mat? CnwMln ..r*. CM 1511 QIKor M Chevy
......, ...... PIe4 PR o-wot, elk tar -
< duly dump 1,111' ?. MHP toy 5lylc. 01155. 11.1111, 1401507 p.014.5, 011
= : CARS
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worary motor liwrlnownlrol 554 155 Plea $114575.NM Hollo. 5..04 ....1., totnoor "
kottory sod *... ..., 1435. Me.s1115' N. CUTLASS CONVIRTItLIMrrmly. II FORD IKI VW .UNIlCO' .000 COMOlTtON Cltan ud on Call ,..,.. -.*.. P55
pxopi 4 MM IKII.... 11 ski' 4 IT fOoor RADIO CALL ... ..
5.r.PA. 055112 01 powor, kurtot VIIITIr FR 27121. .- .. SMNW/N : HIGHEST QUALITY. LOWEST PRICIS
.Sob Admen
11115 and ISrlp.s. 1M $11011 Cor ...... well wlttl comolo. *ll rlrion ''UICIC 1_ AC. 5150. MAY III IIIN AT III KW1ITM iwn." VI. wnlt mm MMtorlor S1.
DOl 7snkf. t'tIt 3" 3504. 1511115 AVIv .
4 loss NM MM SIM kmr Ulan 0145.4155515'M
wMLMM Old pIOI.$ MM *rk*. lOcAl Mm on* 55.75 I PORSCHE im iu.or 411.1.'
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72 OHIe. I.ui''''.... 1171 >*M tf I 4 Motor CM WlMl CHI Imooi*, now mtorH IIlS10511501 5554. 11330. Al.Ol11rp15M.b$4151 $1695 4'.00'. St rchltf.loed. .
1 H.- BARKLEYMOTORS '
'" 1L 111. I VW ee ..... 64 PONTIAC
Now I. hill"' 10'OU' INcl5d1N'
( DAMILIII AmkoiuMr. .MM.IH CHIV 4-Door JNM IIrIN, 311.73* .. ,
CHRIST! CAP.DI,. IS AnfMMbiln fr"XflJ $... HI 'm .... All C '
UNUllVAlll'S'VOlKSWAGfN
00510 or NnprMIM ,151 62 Sir conditioning.
ALL CAR READV TO BRIVl Mercury wry
., PR *nn kohnM 14 ?, $2995
or Ik. 340177. 'OC'1on' It ,. 0/Ipp.e
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pi W, univ A51. ? Wicllt KU 0517 .... LENDIR 1154 VOIK5WAGIN. 50.1 wIS THI H.MI"JJOI 511415' 5O 55n41N.M0. 1111
17MUI 11N112 tllftt '" Moss SOS .
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CAlCUlATOIt. CASH .41 lUKK SPECIAL .. Door" MIMI- |(-'ml,. *,*., C... .... ..451117 015. 1.4173 $1795 RlvUro. air condition*
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ItfGIITIlt POIt SAL.. CALL IMPALA logs Sport, 4 kpooi. tW 5p 1I 63 BUICK
A"lII"1 Uothor bucktlMOtl
'II ,4171 .6. COMET"I"1Icon. ,.551,0 pew $1001045." krokoi, rMK, '64 REDVWOdy CM PR Mll I I Ir.'.
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55110 noonr. COM KM *t trroirJHUCHIVROLIT COHI0I' blOUtltill
375W45COMPACT. 5370 514. 11115
71 Muiicil M.rtlii"4h I Oodoo D5P0. 1715 swn.w .51.15.1 1Pr1M4 loIMM 70N/Ir WMOII, i 110-07 41 FORTHtCOKRECT GAINESVILLI 63 Buick i in.d. .. blue $3495

I II FLAT C1/156 1 ory good;1 WAIlItANTY. '!.III' Mills OP 'ACTOIIV lists 5154. '''L w I. 5. 1113 VOLKWACINbNVw.li._. TIME AUTO SALES ,_,.il V4 ilonttr! Ir_...
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11/1/ IUV AND. Computi SILL. MUSICAL lull kntnmnl .In.Mrunwnti. ... 'M 1..11.. .. IT.Nr14.Now Aleon 1575 II....oN. .w,!_..w". t2 he.-''.''.'.'ALA... III_P1105701115_.. ,. SUM- Dr. I I M..0-IV* Ioon 111 ,Cell tmi'I'M.11M VOLVO 5PI Court** OfUnfotrifty PfckM M I I.fill'tar". $1795 '63 PORSCHE SKi::;: s2995

rear" 11100.DERDA 1..m-. 1015 Ck-*lt !
em in MM.U .erVIII lo<.l owner . .
MUSIC: CO.
OHM. Mlln 3T1-4HI IIVI CORVAIR MONZA*| 4 Or. nrtt OId6 PS. PItxwy ... Mr M. IrlftlAv*. ,l114SD......... Dtdltr WJuickHM ,

156510074 KAROON AIMmpWHr *.< win.whll' mMtfiim__flbl.MM bftriw .1 wrm, ..e 1- I d.sr MIts.rbla ,_' 70/5'
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I yr ..... Prfe*, |... mllM *. *M< _It..... IM 4 Mum. worronty 1135N? I ..M- 11.. w13..N mIlls 711,57$11.4 'M''* ..,. .
C.II 411 MIMIC 0550011. .15551 5l15pN45. 1 door, cl... 6 cyf.,
15U onytlmoMERRILL *t '''00. wife IM ? r4 Wtm wfil /M
"..".. ,,_*. My t* MM M Al A PIN lOw ... CRANE ... 63 COMET .,.-..atr.
G.vll" Sun .*".... M FONTAC.ts.1erl M..
tot I I. I $1395
UMIOHT PIANO 45111.1 .......... Pin ACTUAL MILIS.KIAT 5070 MILTON MOTORS .11.$1495 Ironimlnlon .
till 47J.10M Nowftorry, "_ MM 41 Ml Vt- i
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for InIIIII.SPINET 101 151050551 PLYMOUTH ..... ftl N. MAIN IT. P* 4rlPIPOOLECABLE -

ORGAN firs.CONVSOTISII.' P$. PS. 5IH.N/W 1103.15p10: C ii .ff BOOOI t-rwor ......... Volksr11151
{ ,OspsecMNd 4111.1 ep,0 m.- CMlom II.,ol, Pt. P*. SAFE 61 conTtrtibl.

513551 MIIIno .IPOIIIIIIONI POR SALi *i '_. ..HINAULt. OouoMn* 7'.IT2'IR .. 62 PONTIAC ,
4500 1177511 PR mil.MIRCURY llfM tr*** I .1 .1 lr condi.' $2495

OUncovlH RIBLIY thopolni MUSIC' Ctntfr CO. 4 TOI 0'DOOOI MT. Auto P...".....HoVP". *** AT toot mi MMIIIon(toMoilr4h. 045.7.1551bur. MOTORS USED rlonod top condition .
171-1151 .
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PI. PI mo Orlflnol' Nob Mil 31113N $995
MM AND ISIS PIANO 1U1 RAMILI AMIR 516 S. .
Try 05 biforo you toy Our ICAN. 4 $,. AllIS trom.. l... OLD CumrtlH OynomkN D0061DAITTRUCKS
polls nclu.lvo in priced_,..le MrOllnonllU sell IHI oxceHont PORO, tor OALAXII olcond Mt cor IM.II Nod. Poll 10501..._WNNeg.. OWe .- .01.71Nob. .., _: _trit'lly: Mr H rt. Mi_-. '60 Rambler I '62 COMET 4 6 Irls.II.ard

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MutSccVrttrIDttW I I il. ou*. HI.It *5 $11051. 014.15.ONI Prrimv FR 2 3(3 } .. 1 IU7J
Tnow LOTS CM ko ON* M M ?. $11754 wow. itondti "minion . . .
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cool ... '.. WILLYS. RUNS GOOD NICI Power, o.tr* cloon. ltl I Value Rated $795
"'uc. 0115./ HUNTINO CAR VI PHONI win troop ana OooiorAnum .

lectory D.Witt (NAN POM -tor MV direct* ION I.*we m 3761372. 'lOlI goes, No .III/ Ui.dC.r '60 9 P. dl1.
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PONTIAC
XI Cilnnvlin MMO Conwnino Mwr*
C.MIH.S. $703. ......... 4155. .0.05 557155,5111w IfrG MOTOR CO. i obovo
N ill 410$0 II rop11wIN11' 1500 011.1171 3135N07/M11. .... GAINESVILLE'S $1245
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'lltnr,lone* SWnot Pkt up Plono.I poymwlt trod of Wvr. I0ed will outomoMIeContoct $15. ......... licMMM .514177111. ISIS 2001 NW lit .St. DEALER. $795
rod.
III! KnoWon' or 515 _.. 1/4153.
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NrplNlil.nM. .. 62 CONTINENTAL : k'
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Oocnr IARL I PIANO CO. .515 IsI 1551. : lil ;
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SIM*. 174-mt | AM I PM.ItU 895 "
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G.M.C.PICKUPS ... .,.....
Ctolc.' of llnlM ......, RANO PRIX PONTIA< $105 > power I/ts. $3095tlelll"
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LItli.Ns, ; Musk 15. Mr ROMI PR lint UnrnmtuIV | 7::: rc::? N. 11171
11. I. Phil Stroll Cloy ...,. fI $1595
IN/ PLYMOUTH NrslM" & VANS I ,.,. oiitomctlc tpRiitiliif4)pi ,.'Ie. $
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695 '
\ HammondOrgans 11135.poi nllles 1101cues. n
Is V'S..l, .itdrli .ilnO .
1011 CIO PI 11551 1154PM. "'IT, < No Dawn PqyntontSpo 61 CONTINENTAL .
ONLYTROPICAL 4 4.., ..4.... ."' e.w,111ily.,
''M C..IVIIOLIT _..... MIN, 58 BUICK 'Nwer l r pp.l '10054155! .1, c..4I.
55 fI,... IsNAINNny 151314 I tPonimlnlM. tlelll.. $2550
"THE COMPARISON"Th. STANDARDOF 516 0..,... Ittoorlnf. power brokoi, radio, ....t.,. .1, 59 Buick .J 0
CALL 3/31111 I
III' and OIIly H.", ,,,.,. Orson t.editl.ele.111511175' ? $JAC I
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'on Moro NI mdl13 Hammond.....Olnod.Odin. sold TM wide Ik Trock Twipiot *>d ? M, $49 ItMdrtUn -k .. 7.Tropical > A GOOD SELECTION Of CHSAPIES AT
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$411011." H_.. 101III. P711., Condillono/ Rodlo. ......,. le*> CRANE LINCOLN-
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'61 BUICK ; 63 RAMBLER '60 LUAIUIt f, I VOLKSWAGEN '53 FORD

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"We hare I CHEVROLET
::: AUTOMOBILES MOTORS just received
% 9 beautiful

executive cars,
The voles department fill short by 10 low mileage

ON PRECEDING cars last week. Mr. "B" is back from ,, / I) Y most under
4000 miles.

-.-. his car buying trip and he says either Balance of CUTS

the cars go or the salesmen 90. The 50,000 mile
new car
= PACE salesmen want to keep' their. J jobs so warranty. These I I

they're taking any and alt deals. For the cars been hove tagged.not [

but cars,the best deals,the best prices Save hundredsof

Us the number one dealer in north central dollars.
-r- Come in now. I
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-- COMPLtTtAUTOMOaiLI Florida, BARKLEY MOTORS, 2201. I

:=: 0 slut.ANYWN.RUeOUTH.RN i IMIM r UM.arch.ear* N. Main 62 Chevy St. 62 Fairlane '63 'CORVAIR'Rod.700 i.4'end ,$ 395 ,

AUTO ... ... ... PRICES !
= SOAP 4 taw. mini, a- r.NdM r hoator, SHARP :. It,
.1t f.Mte p.w.rwrlM. $ cyl' ana MII..utemNle r v
.,.
elf N.11. II. ..."om,.......,
=-. ramJEEPS 'r.mo": hnltr, nil, met' $1295 '63 CHEVY IMPALA 4'f:: tow::

$1595 er steering.ut.lllatic transmission; $1995
64 Buick' radio end hoator.13.000 rnlloi.! ...

61 Chevy Idibri union own 4 lan wagon. Heot! ,
-01\0" \. ... Allfloor .including..' .:airaMMonlna '63 BUICK .j'::l!

dim $3750' SHARP f. ..,'. :.':'. .,.,.. . 1695
'62 Willys $1295 NEWPOR'T 4-door.: Paw" eto.r- ON EVERY USED CAR IN STOCK! f

:- pickup 4 wheel drive .'. 63\, I ln.P.w.rbrk.,, !d dl04,00000
64 Olds 62 Cornel r.dlo'llId hoofer, automatic
"' '60 FC 150' I buckit den H,H.rKtB.It"ti,"Mr, .e.lb,I I Hoof ix ;r,;..t M4m.?' > \\,' rodio minion.' NICE ,. .";.rv N trans'895 '
H4 kKliMina' ttr caw .
: 4:wheel drive $1295'1I1ft'$3895 '63 If All A LIT- .2.-doorY-l00. Aut InventoryDSC9UNTED !
I vatic transmission
radio ,nd hoator.; -
: 60 Jeep 61 Chevy NICE' ... r. u .. ..\. .1 .:1y$1445_ .
: ration 4 ,62 Rambler .' '
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wagon. -Kxf hide fV
,' ... Power .toor.
wheel drive W. taw aali
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air" ondlHma ml a lchIp. $1195 62 NEWPORT"4..oor. brakes;

:..: '58 Jeep $1595 radio and hooter automatic trans9 845
62 Rambler I minion. airconditionad .*
t pick,up truck, ,4 63 ,Olds 2.-eloor hardtop. Power
wheel' drive l.N. t.ON .."""... as fL Laos air wndlllonlni' i ,/62 VALIANT, .t.lnl. power broke.
'
tomel'r.d'eb." 'A.trat..le/l..I a r. aew.r $1195. radio end heater utoriMtle tra.imitiioii $1295 $ 00THESE'ARE
RIDGWAYMotor ....
w ""rti* MOW I' ., oir-conditiontd ,. """v ." 18,000r
$2595
: Co. 61 Renault
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RAMBLER-JEEP OWDlllM EXECUTIVE tAU

:: 11)2. FR S.2-843 MAIN ST.. mark Nnv 63..Chevy 44MT trtnimlooM OMIM II, rKflin4 .,<. $495. lolance 5 1rr..50,000,warranty

-- "$"'1"795 62 mi Volvo IHkottir. ; 4t '64.NEW. YORKER' oY7r; : P 'WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR 1965 TRADE-INS )

:: \ Complete'' .:. pow.'..t..r""' ,, power fcroke. radio and ': '
'$1495 heater automatic troMmftiion 9/QQC THEY'Ll/BE POURING IN NOW"STRIKE'S
63 ,Chevy .. :
:: Stock Imwli' l oeriulwnillc ""dIeJ. alr-conditioned. '.;... ....-- tOVt/
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:. of "tnwara. ilMrlnf, prey 61 Imwll.'Chevy i-Mr,.'lurdtia" ,. '64 CHRYSLER', 300**.-,door'.wlr hard-,
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$2295 h/wrln{ .11I..11. end hoator.automatk OVER !
1965 .!r.,wnlulIwaitr., "'", ,Idle .... steering power krekeo radio.' .
tranimiiilan .a,' $.; lt995 ,\ .
61 $1695' conditlo..4 .,. \:,. ':f ..4. :.) -- _.
: I FORDS Fear Chevy algae, 4 ...,....... .de.r herd= t t-. : : ( "' ..
awanasranmMI." ,' CHSLER'30t Pep4 JUST"14.EXAMPL'ES' OF OUR TREMENDOUS INVENTORY
::. IMludisi. T.11 lr*. Mm. $1195 62. .Eng. Ford. 64 Power.teeving.'pewer ..
.. l krokoo, pdieend heat? .
.uses.S c i.c a.(.L..'.. '.. .. 1960 CADILLAC 1953 CHEVROLET
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: f.Mm**,f(learntiSHAW $1295. automatic: trontmltilon : $3995 .
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62'Chevy conditioned, : .... ... Hardtop toupa Fully quip>D d. I
2-Door S.dart.Was
.., including air-condftlonlng. "
t ,,pt"log;.:"',:.MWW...4/nly.eryl.a... .trMn./e.a,-.r=" THIS. r; ': '64 FURY 4-door It..rill,hardtop.. automatictranimliiion Power., '$2195' .Now X1745 Was'$195 NOW$35

radio.and hootor. $
g '& $1895 WEEK'SSPECIAL 4100 miles .'. .t".h OOQC :1962 FORD' 1 1960 FALCON

Power ".Doo, Golaxx
4-door hardtop.
63 Mercury '64 FURY automatictranimliiion Fully.qu1pp.d Including'i'-conditIOl'lI"o. 2-Door Sadan .
= KEETER HI iKtow, ....11.... air tto rl"'|
61 Mercury radio and hoator. Now X1545 NOW$947
$2895620Mi .Id luilM,.. WKM.......,.4 ..ow.Ina .... Uko .t" . i .- .9OOQC Was $1995, Was $1095
=- 23S W. University m.lle ....."" ,..,....

=...... Phone FR -5371. "- pwrA11 air"......pewsM.aw ,,- '64 FURY 4-door steering hardtop.. power brok Powtr,i, 1963 PONTIAC 1964 RAMBLER

... .I'or"re..._ I *)..., h.rdett. automatic transmission radio $3195 4-Doof Hardtop aif-tondltloning All the I txtritIncluding '. ".000, Se dan.
::z / IncMHotlna, air $$1195 l"eI heater,conditioned ...
$2495 ".doo' V200. Auto. Was $3195 Now$2645 Was $1995 NoW$1675
64 VALIANT motlc tranimii.

63 TR 4. 62" Mercedes lion steering, radio,..and. .hooter l., power. .u$2095' 19S8, FORD.- 1963 OLDSMOBILE
I. Mia ana nwftr I'nll .Coor 98' .
$edan.
," $2695 Corvartiblt Coup Alr-condltlooing
2-doer hardtop V200.
$2295 I '61 'V All AN I." AirtomatU .tram ,Was $295. Now 135 'Was $3395 NoW$2942
60 VW minion, radio and ....to,. : ..
I I = 63 Chevy c-, SHARP .'.I, $895 1962 OLDSMOBILE 1958 CHEVROLET

:: Pick your favorite.Wo Imaala, laiir Wes II,...-. ($. 1095 ..,. Super 83 2-Daor Hardtop
tune up .t.m.I1.parer. ,MaSqS(,ranwiiHlMi.rtkM. pews '61 'PLYMOUTH 'yen. Auton Airtondilwxilng.Was SuHon Wijoo,

.I = wither and! ,$2195 58 SMlMIt VW traaimlulon.radio and heater power, air-condrtionod steering, power bra II... $2395 Now X2095 Was $595 NoW$365

urc- w.."(0tart. VW.whir.l fi the.I tut* .thAn 'IMh. .. ,$695 'po..I"I" t .... '. $1 195 -
= "..... 1959 RAMBLER 1963 PONTIAC
',4-door kardtop. Auto
:- !Him *. trnk. t.w.r. 62 Plymouth '60 CADILLAC motic tranimiuion, 4.00Gi. Fully equipped. Tampsl" Coup Radio and haotar
...... Aden MWk MlamaHaIronimluMii. 62 Porsche
&.R.r'' (the.........M..e"1.toflMh. "'''' Sri no'). aM. -DH W.mw lap,. lowarttoorhtfl,power broker radio,5| OQC Was $695 Now $480 Was $1795 NoW$1365
:: tMl. $1395 $2995 heater alr-conditionod. NICE I.07 J .

I\ I4t YW1 ',60 VALIANT Auremetie'4-dooritatlonwo9.il.trantniit.ilon. 19g VOLKSWAGEN ,BUS 1956 FORD
\1 :. =w: tsuw elan.f 63'Chevy 63' .SunbeamAiama. .. radio! and heater '....-""*. ,, .. nw w. . . : $895
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.. tower ltoerll,. !
.. CHEJ ROLET $2495 : '60 DODGE'4-deerG
...... .. tranimliiion.
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; ....... +'i.s..tle. w1IMn. 63 Mw Cadillac... VII,.......... radio aad ......r. V-S,power P$775
$295 63 Ford $4495 brakes ...r.-. r .
: XL K*. MM,karat.* Power itoorln .
61 VWMMiJ "' daa.INwnw' /59 T DIDn | power SEVERAL,
l-DlKUbrakoi. ,..Ir."dltlon.d.lutoNttlc OPEN
""'"" $2395 60 VouxhaK
Ona ia.: traaimliiioa. "
$1195 om SHARP ...r. .? .... . .... .1395 New 64 Models A.M. '
$ 'TILL
T $495
'61 yw 63 Ford I 'CT MERCURY, *-do r. .was r & Executive Car
J/
". Sad, Sow wan I' tranimiiiio. I
M'. .W.a.a e".II w sw.laaa 60 Fiat md ..".. 9 P.M.DISCOUNT .
: $1395 a.so.aal..aw.mI.la tMr.y. 1.51.. war ....,_ I NICE . ... ... . ... $312 I ALL AT
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: '61 VWIHMMMMHIA $2295 $1095' t '56 PLYMOUTH 'cc. ,$195 j II FINANCE MAN
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PRICES ON DUTY
:- ," $1895 =' :0.--' "61"".Austin tar/Pea i '59 HIllMAN 1 : Cer $295 I

:. '12 ,ALFA ROMEO $795 $1195 i
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Soot L SMITH. WILBUR SLICN. PAUL
$2195 '/
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UNIVERSITY
CamM, BMlianr' $1395('WNlaa. JON, I$. I I



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: 2201 N. MAIN ST.I

I "''n The Auto Game B rkl"I'TN Nome" ALlAN'"lnUI.'"YMOUTM-I'MCA: GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST VOLUME DEALER"

I' t :- 2-417J-Ope" Daily Til 9 Sun Til 6 I 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-3400, I I New' Cais.ER. ,6-7531 "Corner H..Main 6 r 16th Ave." Usea Can FR

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NOBODY BEATS A SELL FOR LESS !::

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FORD DEALER IN ';' WEEKEND TURKEY ( '

Norlhcenfral Florida SPECIAL 1 DOZEN 20 lb. TURKEYS

,KNOW 1962 to be given away SAT., 5:304'EJL

.I. Large Inventory of rij STUDEBAKER p.m. Nothing to buy No f' g/

Cuitom 4-dr. i.4.ii, 4 trio. obligation, Just drop in and fJ
NEW and ...f j ufomoric, tS. hoots light register. You do not have tolJij. ; I",
jI blu* with mafchlnf Interior Y
23,000 iefual milti.ONLY be present to win! l
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FALCON SAVE "ICon'rottsl.tions w
63 Sport conv.rtibl... Radio ond $1745 ,
heat. 4->p d t'on..ol.I.on. -
Rfd with. black vinyl Tot UP TO
Interior. Extra clean. 4
Mr..*..y Hunt $500 .
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CHEVROLETGalaxit Mr.Mr.1..0.,1.M*S..Mat 11't 'I
9745new. ONSSV
63
4.door. Rodeo and h.ot.r. MZv.1.oyp.lls. .......
M" J.D.Uw
90400. actual mol. N.o Mr.J.r.yRysHsk.rLASTWttK'S. ., i 1 SOMEJCARS .

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63 $1695 WINNERS! 10 Los's U."Stanley
4-loor V-J Radio IN ,
and htal.r. FordomoliC. (
Light ton.

PLYMOUTH4'door '62 DODGE '62 TEMPEST .. .
$1145 }Ir. h_ N.roy 1499 .... ..,.... ..... Nw1a.eN. 1.11195f :
62 Push.button station tranimiuionPawtr wagon. Htot.r.CHEVROLET V-8.. .eN.Y r.n. .... .tIII ...- wIM, MIN J I
(ttring. MIN .N5 wool. ,
Light blue.I wsw. ah. N1s. 1


I 62 4-door V-S Pow.r et.b.. 545 NORTHCENTRAL- .'S9,...FORD.._v..-....,...... ,695 :.Ir..,.......CHEVY pas..sv.,... s'o'lo.... ..eYq,... 995' ,.1 w ..t.NnpN. .
Ing..Power Radio brakM.and rwartr.Power.Gild. tr..... ..If. tp/11t. !wiry N_" A_ wM, MN.,. .MtM'.rw I il/t ;
Air-conditioning. It c...... jA leplty' In/NN1 eN -
W.A."Ultrl liU,"Ttat.11

61 CORVAIR Radio and. "..oler.Power 94-door. 145 :60, FORD :61, ,,CHEVY...
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} 1294
Glidt A .condlhenInry _. wow M.
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1965 FORDS, FAIRLANES, I t
'65 '62 OLDS .
GALAXIES LTD'S & FALCONS ... .wU..., ._ 2295 '
tr_-.UH..' IrMe 2845 1 .'tut.l.*.ft.H, .Mr....MM MCMT* .", l .
READY TO, DELIVER! ...... --.... M t ..NpN... e t
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62 CHEVY 60 RAMBLER

G financing FLORIDA'S .IwM Ioot..,. .tr._1.pw. 1.. .cNw1.pas v_1,2295 .,..... P._pas_. NN'. It_..... 1 045 ai' "StKkcl"'Wa04
on alls YN"'. INN MN5 wtS' NN wt/S wNM a'UM I.p W wNNre.


b 4yt' new and i '61 OPEL '63 FALCON

C''R WARRAr used cars! .... ..,. o.w 795 PNw.1..1 N.wMle/e.NaM. pas a.My..... 1675
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61 COMET $945 LARGEST '61VW + FORD

2.door hoots Pool wdon sho'Rodeo". and .M. wow ..... M 12951'61, M1a.. -Ir_...... P..-. II.2445 LII
MIN NN w-N.. v..,s.w ..,.:'.::..::::: J.YI"r. C.IetMs

61 FALCON $945 I

4-door an. Redo.dtluM Light end 0''II.Motion_. FNdcmetK. wog-. Automobile MANY MORE NOT LISTED-SAVE UP TO $500


FALCON, $695
, 60 4-door. Red sod P. ter.
I coon Standad rod.rransm'"oOfI. Ron-


58 C/JOO FORD 4-den.. 6-c'lods'. $189 9 1

Heater end .......Fordornotoc.. ten
Shopping

55 FORD $149i
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i 53 4-door.WILLYS 6-ciMndr. Redo $49
end hoer.' We w's. Center

! SHAW & KEETER MOTOR CO.

! FORDTOWM GAINESVILLE AUTO SALES"Northcentral


florida's No. 1 Independent Dealer"

OPEN 238 TIL W. 9 UNIVERSITY Mon. thru Fri.AVE. GAINESVILLE Ph. FR, FLA.6-5J7I I : Across from the Shopping Center, Phone 372.6313

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jrJOD GalnmilU Suit Sunday, Nev.mbes 15. 1964 I 4" t
Yet huge audiences must be to!
Requests School SurveyOf I exIstence to make It worthwhile I Death by Strangulation
TV Dealt
Fatal Blow
Pay to present such shows on a pay: Many fruit nut and__
cal' trees are toting their crop
I FJa. History Courses system. I yield and ore being itrang.
I Looking stead, however, the' led by Spanish Moss
New tyark( JTlinta tied after California voters approved erendum procedure Is notoriousand tical introduction remains as future for an alternative to NOW IS THE TIM TO
TALLAHASSEE (AP-At) the more. By JACK COULD a referendum banning Weaver was the victim or( unlikely now as before. The free TV is not entirely dark.I SPRAY YOUR TRIES
Jirging of a legislative comml But It made clear Its feelings NEW YORK P&yas-you I toll video in the itate. Wit shabby treatment by businessmen California experiment did not If, as and when there will be Call FRanklin fre. 6-2661 bra
estimate.
tee, the State Education Departtnent -, that pupils should be taught who cynically invoked the expire solely because of the home devices for playing back
the
of Coast
will survey 1U courses to something about the state, Including see television has suffered a collapse the West power of the state to block a election results; there was' little TV[ tape recordings through a .
determine whether pupils are Its unique state cabinet near-fatal blow.Sylvester 1 undertaking, the cause of pay threat to their economic status evidence of grass roots receiver, there could well at OL
being taught enough Florida hislory -'which splits up the executive L. Weaver's lavish TV has been set back indefin- quo. And It was saddeningto support in the first place. ,evolve a visual equivalent of -
power among the and installation In Los Angeles and and see a veteran advertising 1 I .
governor itely perhaps irretrievably. The real problem, the the long-playing phonograph recordings. 20 N W. 16th AVI.
The Legislative Councll'i committee six others. San Francisco Is being disman- man, Don Holding lend his means I
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which TV be ob- _
An investment of than by pay might --- --
on education, headed by Melton' committee Is working more name to the leadership of their -
tained, insoluble -
fen C. T. Melton of Lake City, on a proposed re-wrltlng estate Keels DefectIn $20 million by, Subscription Teevlsion basement of the principle of Two appears conditions virtually must exist. ,
took no action to direct the eclicatlon !- school laws. Few of the Laos War Inc, was affected by genuine free enterprise. First, there must be an overwhelming I
department to teach changes were Important In But of the
the bizarre election In which one consequence national dissatisfaction -
themselves; many simply would untoward incident on the West NOTICE!
California citizens denied Weaver's with the existing TV fareto
WASHINGTON (AP) Re-
put Into law current practices.
Coast has been to inject a
Head of FSU whet the demand for something
Amgng the substantive chang.es porting a favorable turn In the project the element a r y much-needed note of realismin I
better. Second, TV
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proposed by the committeewere right to fail on Its own initialive. pay DELICIOUS TREE RIPENED
low level war In Laos, U S officials all the ballyhoo and promotion must be In a position to deliver
:AddressesEcgislators these: say that more than 500 Instead, ,by a margin 01 about as-you-see TV markedly superior theatrical
Legislation to edge county Communist Pathet Lao troops more than 1.5 million votes, the From the day of its original advancement wares right from the outset. CITRA FRUIT
school boards toward II I
more economical have defected to neutralist motion picture theater owners more than a dec-
government
purchasing practices. forces I were successful In ,convincing ade ago, the idea has been an It takes spectacular shows to NOW' AVAILABLE
Authorize the state superintendent Daily strikes of American i the public that their vested interests intriguing and in many ways persuade people that they
: TALLAHASSEE AP- Dr. of education to deny should be protected laudable dream, but Its prac should subscribe to pay TV.i
Cordon Blackwell, o u t g o I n g teaching certificates to persons supplied T28 planes flown by the : from new competition. r .... From Our Cirra GrovesNovel
president of Florida Slat tnlerslty guilty of offenses for which I Royal Laos Air Force were
certificate could be I A court challenge to the constitutionality Tangerines Oranges
told legislators Saturday teaching re- credited with the upturn in the
that while a state unlver voked. Laotian government's cause. of the referendum WIN BROWNIS Grapefruit
la promised by Weaver
airy Is a type of public agency, The committee 'will hold its
air attacks in the but that would Involve
Sporadic a delayof
next Dec. 11-12 at MI-- ;
differs from other arms of meeting
Jt
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tate government. ami. early summer against Pathet! years which subscription television BACK IH TOWN, VISIT OURPACKING
Lao troop concentrations and could not hope to sur
I "It la an agency that can road junctions have been vive. The hard decision to shutdown Doing The News HOUSE
jlraw superior students and faculty Gang Fight stepped up within the past was inevitable.
mainly by Its reputation month. California's abuse of the ref .1 FORWMAJ U,S. 301 18 Miles South of Gainesville
Jor academic excellence, academlc Wounds Six Take Fla. 20 to Fla. 325 via Cross Creek)
responsibility and acailetnle At Club to U. S. 301 1 Mile South if Citra.
freedom," he said In a Night I LEON DAVIS
talk prepared for delivery It
legislative Appreciation Day HALLANDALE (AP) Two I SAYS: coon yTrs Open 7 Days A Week-7 A.M. to 6 P.M.
More than 100 of Florida's legislators Negro gangs shot It out at a Hive you hid in 'Inturanci check-up re. .
were here as guests of night club early Saturday, leaving i. ctntly?" See. t profenionil' Ind.pend.neInsurance "MIGHTY J390"Listen
Jhe town, county and unlver six persons, one of them a I "8'g I" Mall Agent tomorrow! Look for the Silver Springs GrovesCITRA
woman, wounded.
sity.Dr. 'hone f.4342 I Tomorrow
Blackwell, who will leave Police Lt. George Emrich NATIONAL PROTECTION Will FLORIDA Ph. Mcintosh 595-3321
next February to become presIdent said no arrests were made. Witnesses II Nov..1-14 I
of Furman University, melted Into the night .
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laid universities open new vie.Las Allowing the 1 am shootingand ,
of knowledge, mold the no guns were left at the PwNInIRI o EUsMmIss( m"PuRNauev fuemTuRt RIRNInRee PURNrauU ) PtaNmURI (Owtwumn ,ueea saet
jnlnds of those who attend and scene i
prepare them for the future. Wounded were Jimmy Ray r
He said that one of his disappointments Callins, 18; Calvin Franklin, 24;
at FSU was thlt. James Jackson Jr., 32; Melvin
there were no plans to estab- Young, 21- Henry Preston, 27,
fish a law school at the university and Georgette Williams, 21 CENSORED
although it will be needed The wounded told conflicting 1 SIMMONS THIS AD r
Jiy 1970. stories, Emrich said, and police
On the encouraging side, he could not confirm if there was
said, were the public defense of an argument before the fight.
academic freedom by Cov Police rushed to the scene i
elect Haydon Burns and his' (Palm Club) small when neIghbors They would not allow their BRAND NAME to show because thousands
statement that Florida must reported "a war" was

provide Educational the money system to second have an to going on.Hallandale. Is about 10 miles :: had been sold for years at $119.00 SIMMONS is discontinuing this

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Spartans InRomp 1lc Over Tech 247By




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KELSON STURGEON pressure that the Jacket were The victory wan Coach Paul

a helpless. I Bryant's 150th In 20 years of
Associated Press Sports Writer
By WILL GRIMSLEY It remained for a uniformed / ATLANTA (AP) Alabama Alabama moved to a 17-0 lead I coaching

Associated Press Sports Writer sheriff's deputy to make the struck for two touchdowns In on a n.yard field goal with just! The game also saw Ray seta

SOUTH BEND Ind. (AP) best defensive play of the game. the final 1:45: of the tint half nine seconds left in the .third national record for scoring by

Sophomore Nick Eddy bolted 61 In the fourth period of the nationally and then played Georgia Tech period. The Tide's final touchdown kicking, H* kicked three extra
two cam with UD: to in points and a field goal to give
yards for a score !In the first 3H televised game, off its feet the rest of the go
wayto the when Steve Bowman him U points on the strength of
minutes and unloosed a cascade exuberant spectators jumpedonto whip the Yellow Jackets 24-7 game
.of touchdowns for top-ranked) the field and began playing and keep alive Its chances for picked up a teammat tumble his toes compared with the old

Notre Dame Saturday that end- their own private lame of run a national championship, on the Tech four and scampered record of U by kicking.

ed 10 losing years against MichIgan and tag before a capacity crowdof The victory was the Tide's Into the end son*. plk up I pt

State 347. 59,285. ninth straight without a loss Georgia Tech which was gong AIMMI ( MSM

It was the eighth straight victory They cavorted for minutes this season and It came so eastAIMMII down to Its second straight (I....'. Tun e o-. I

for the Fighting Irish, dancing and stiff.arming before defeat scored IU only touch A-Alt'._-S(MMIM_ ..1..R fW tt mtK law' IMlt Riy
headed possibly for their first officers dragged them from Ttrt down with 21 seconds left to kkkt

perfect season and national the field. They cam back moments PS.., d.. 17 14nwM.S play when quarterback Jerry al-se b. SoAI.41..4
'ioU
.. 4 .Iw laar
championship. since 1949. 1 later and joined the two ,.._ ,y.__. 111.IM lit 5.P. I Tlestley hit Giles Smith on a ,..........,11I I rw MnNs0M

Eddy smashed five yards for teams. It was at this point that t r '" A ,._... -..... w .,7.e .a1..N 1 ive-yard_touchdown play, (-,0 09.04AI1.n4O U....
the deputy made a flying tackleof .. 051

SOUTH ICMO. ..... <"H IKHIIICI" one of the Interlopers. The '_biN 1101 .I 5rerw i
.... .. r I.Nw a
MkhlgM lUtt-Notrf Dimt 'INIII A TackleAlabama
**".' crowd cheered wildly. Torpedo Razorbacks
Mick' Sim N.n D.m.PNA .
Sherlihed Win

"tarn yirdMM tM 11 114torn I'RuMtMg The triumph was a cherished guard Tim Bate (56) dives in low to bring( down Georgia Tech back ly that a record crowd of 53,SOS I
171 114
,.111"11...w" Y."'''' .11.1. 1.11 one for the Irish, who hadn't Johnny Gresham (30)) In the Tlde'a 2t-7 win over the Engineers Saturday at Tech partisans ut hi dead si-

PAll, KittrcmtH by 144: 155v. : beaten their bitter rivals from Atlanta. (AP Wlrephoto to Sun). lenc most of the time. Batter SMUFAYETTEVILLE

East Lansing, Mich, sine 1954. The victory! cam on the arm
..... ,....".... w w 1 I
Before the game Michigan of quarterback Jo Namaih and

State Coach Duffy Daugherty FSU CLIPS NC STATE 28.6 the fine offensive direction of I
; AP
a second touchdown and ace Ark ( ) two quarters at Arkansas rolled
alternate signal caller Steve
boasted "We'll pluck the magic : .
John Huarte -Third ranked Arkansas vault 215 yards.
up
quarterback
from under that Armenian loan. Namath who played only '
figured In the other two a 13- carpet when Alabama needed the big 'ed Into a Cotton Bowl berth and SMU crossed the U on Its
yard pass to Joe Farrell and a rug peddler. assured itself of a tl* for the first and last possessions but I
Ara threw for touchdown
The reference: wan to yardage one -
21-yird dash into the end zone Seminoles Southwest Conference title by played the real of IU offense
I Parseghlan the former Northwestern Romp and set up another on a
Southern Methodist
pulverizing
handoff.
after a fake who took 49-yard In Mustang territory,
coach over pass .
The fifth) score came In the' I University 4. at homecoming I Defmslv spectaculars led to
the reins of a chronically losing Lilt Meeting ,

fading minutes on a twoyardplunge 'Notre Dame team this year TALLAHASSEE AP Pass Instead This was the tins meeting between -I Saturday Ratorbacka with (.. Arkansas' second halt points,
by Pete Andreottl afteran h ( ) Floyd of I 3t. Tensl! passed to Biletmkolf The a I
Intercepted The Irish wen 2-7 In 1983. receiver Fred Blletnikoff. backon throwing North Blletnlkoff'l who scored. these two Southern gridiron record can win the conference with substitutes seeing! most of
pass. Two of the day's most spectacular I and the CrimsonTide the action for the Razorbacks,
Tough Defense the football field after a guard and putting on ,title outright and finish an.unteaten
t\
Notre Dame's blitzing defense plays were nullified by Charley horse sidelined him last the six,Inch line Giardino bulled H c.'.,5NN. N rI4 cooP1.N4 eI.Pau -. known from the season by beating Texas Wlngback Jim UndMy got !
illegal formation penalties. Both a11.rM a" .s Nwe1IeN klcll kickoff that !It was ready Coiled Arkansas' first two scorn on Ifnur.ard
the best In the country 'week-caught two touchdown over on the next play for the rail -. 01._ 1 .w M.r4.N ..k Tech In Lubbock Tt., next [ and sn
rushing allowed one were In the third period. passes from Quarterback Steve touchdown. "all 5151,0.5 51 tr_ TpN and deadly as a rattlesnake, the Saturday, pa.a'tC'lpllon

against Michigan State score all. Eddy ran 71 yards to an apparent Tonal tonight to lead Florida Less than two minutes later, .00144,0- 01.0Pw ."..."'... is /r.. 'I....1 ltd struck and Georgia Tech Arkansas powered U, M and eight-yard run. Tallbark Bob
touchdown on a duplicateof 540,45.0 ".NNNca wilted under the attack Burnett' plunged a yard for the
/ State to a 2M victory &Q yarda'with steamroller pre
yard pass from Steve Juday to Moments University North Carolina fumbled and cans M NM 1..14 5504040MY third touchdown.
Gene Washington !in the third his first scoring play. over North Carolina State Tackle Pennie recovered on OM 1.104Asa.. The Crimson Tide lit thing clah7s for first half touchdowns

cl... and three times threw later Clint Jones of But fumbles paved the way for swat rolling by recovering'ij Bract, Th* Ratorbacks defense, led bl)I SMU stalled a tt-ysrd drive

I. a back Spartandrives Inside th.rrl Michigan Stale-' raced 41 yardsto three I35U awes and Worth Carolina V .0C r --....... .. ..I ISrr)1l5.ss) ........". ISn-.. ; Fischer*mWtWTh5.yard: Ronnie Cavenesa, muffled UM I "Inside the Mustang but Tommy
: !. the end son only.to be called State's sal line with I.'tf to go in tile firs the outmaimed Mustangs with" 11 I McKnelry booted a 23-yard

Twice In the first half Michigan back.HoLl. I Among the 24456 fans were ... half, Namaih came r !!Into th* yards. total etftnt hi the first field goal for,a 244 lead.
.. ana mtostH UM first two, ,,- -
winner of 11 of Its 12 "" game
State, D/1m. .. ,1".,....5. .1E41 TAUAHAMIt (API -. tI.. .... mlHi time .h* throw the ball, but the!
... .
games and eight straight y | rui kick NerM tfnUM SM against Notre Dame moved to No-h,... 11 111 Mm Hiwnt |n'nolle 1- po'.' tIC..I/ Texas Triumphs third linen lie laid ... right hi BabyGalorsDoivn

the I) only to be stopped. In the I r.. 1Nu1 "* NM hem .PI..f"...,..Dawn .4 151I II the arms of David Ray who

fourth period the Spartans "M" 11-_'...... .1 MM er1l J.d4Y ,I/ Y1N451(11110. 111)0 ... went to till Tad Case before bong

smashed S7 yards to the Notre ((1.000 NO Hvtrt kick* 11 lUll (eddy Pw MaN .wn. Mrcl/d W I IIIPN. I Takes Bid brought down' .1 Km Bowman :
With' III to Frosh
: Auburn 90By
Dame six but could go no farther. ...',.) P.4/ 0MP 0414 Orange | I
ND-AMtrMW S KM (MM MM __ .... .1 1 punched ft ever from tilt ,
Att_. .1145. T..d..tnuN' 'SI I
and added the itr
one Ray : *

more than 100 stat legislatorsand I FORT WORTH, Tev (AP- defeated untied Alabama, the point to make It 74> JOHN CLENDRNON M McIntosh of West Palm l

state officials here far Marvin Krlstyalk ran and [nation's No. I team, at Mwo'th. -: Alabama showed K was pay- Sun Football Assistant Beach tossed a five yard TDpsss

Nebraska MakesItl6inRoiv FSlTs annual Legislative Ago passed Texss to a 21-13 victory second time the Longhorns log this one for keeps by trying Florida's freshmen football to end John High to cap

predation Day ceremonies. over Texas Christian 1 l and ,have met the team of Bear Bry. all offside kirk whkIe Tech's a 40-yard &third quarter drive
team followed the "Uk. father,
I FSlTs other touchdowns wen marched the Longhorns into the ant In a bowl gam. They Tom Ballard fl llltlt4.. end the
like son" script Saturday, The Baby Galore won the
scored by halfback Phil Spoonerand Orange Bowl Saturday played a 3-3II. In the 19(0 Blue- Ida's Creed Khmer recovered
blanking the Auburn bosh 0.0St battle of statistics hands down.
On the Namath hit
bonnet BowL
fullback Girdlno. next'playv
j Wayne I Fifth-ranked Texas, last year Florida Field Florida rolled up 154 yards
North Carolina's only score thus will i The Longhorns, wild Krlslyn1k Itay Ogden en's 4S-yrd pusto
the national champion the Ttd first and It was the season's final :IIIII.. ground and added 70
cam on a 44-yard paa* plat :be playing Its 14th bowl game and mighty fullback Harold give foal for the Baby Caters and they rte the air lanes" topping Auburn
State. :
Oklahoma the Tech Ove.Iee.ed.
AP Ne over
LINCOLN, Neb. ( ) victory from Quarterback Ron Skosnik ,Philip tearing the Inept Texas on /t .
21 In
'In total offense 224 to
yean.Tens
braska's pint-sized fullback, The tally coupled with a 34- to Halfback Wendell Cottna! .Christian defem to bits, ran ftcatV A.w.e P/r1.e
probably will meet un- ,.... ,. 71.
Frank Solich scored a go-shesd yard touchdown later In the with 11 minutes left la the game. : ,their record to 1-1 and bung on I On the next play a Tech Unman *- 0.-..+..... I
: 5.-s. to 5P.
touchdown on an 19-yard second same period on a Bob Churchkh Ragged play marked much! "'I to second place In the Southwest battered down I tint, but MM uw M4 .toft*. I An aggressive Florida de

quarter kickoff return Saturdayand paw to Harry Wilson gave Nebraska the game, as the fumblesshowed. Conference I there was no I"* p I II. this y_. '. .
II FootballRcsults .._
the fourth-ranked Corn- a 21-7 halftime lead Krystymk and Phillip each aroused group from AlttMunaNimaih PAN.. A_ ""-"n.1 t-MI tuM4. bay. Tack! Dan Giordano of

huskers protected the margin which Oklahoma State reducedby North Carolina Stale,.Atlantic: gained 100 yards or more. I dropped back again and _114 .P5418444 LttI M I Miami and linebacker Gerald

foes 27-14 Big Eight football a touchdown In the third period Coast: Conference leader, act Texas still has Texas AiM to hit Ray In the end ton lit the,' -1 Bramlett of Wlldwnnd were the
:1 1
: before yielding.The FSU's first touchdown wife play and could tie for the conference second marker '* went out In fin styl. It was ,Standout defensively"

i victory clinched at least a fumble on the 25. FSU tackle title should Arkansas Ray added the extra pnfni and their third win In four outings Auburn erased the M yard
IAIt
Ohio State share of the Big Eight crown for rrank Pennie recovered his A1.A. N. P lose Ms final game to Texas with IT second ten In the fleet 'and second shutout line only four time and never

unbeaten Nebraska and ran the first of three recoveries. _5411.114_ r....5.905 5r-a'r Tech next week. But 'half Alabama was hi command Two weeks afo on Uw asm really threatened to scor*. A

nation's longest major college Six plays and three minutes ::c'l.: 17 =:,5. I,whkh defeated SMU ArkallN"I'1.... ItII Ic Alabama wily *nf tart their vanity' brethren fumble recovery at &fie Flo.

10.0 Victor victory string to K games. later, led by Spooner and Giar- I. ,_ A. _-501.1.4 It Y Cotton Bowl |Warn. I minute, thre seconds to score 'muzzled Auburn I.... ride 21 brought the Baby Tigers .

I Currently for the year and dlno, FSU scored with Spooner I-e-- 55. 54.4. 510 rO.d.w I Representatives of both the Us two t touchdowns. Wayne Barfleld'i second within rsng m the fourth

By FRITZ HOWELL I M In the conference, the Huak- carrying the ball ever from the: .51. lam". NN0..Wir..50 II Orange and Sugar Bowl were Tech discovered esrly that h quarter field goal from the II quarter but Florida's Wane

Associated Press Iptrts Writer ers need only to conquer Okla- two r 0Nry '::M here to look over Texas. It was couldnt run on "Bama and was enough to win but the McCatl: Intercepted a pas

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) homa next week to round out : Fullback Lira Murdock kicked 1=4wy..4.=-1'5A c1.,44M.. 0 reported yesterday that Texas,wanted desperately to throw the Baby" Gaines added I touchdown -.II three plays later to stifle any

Ohio State took a giant stride their tint all victorious\ season the first of four extra points. le_.,.. 0_ Alabama would meet In Use Orange : bilL But the TIde had In* Tech for spice hi the second I Auburn hopes of a score,

toward the Western Conference I since 1915. I FSUs second touchdown came /N.__5004 II. ..I4CIW'S' .....- Bowl U Texas and Arkansas receivers so well recovered and half to wrap things up I Th Baby Cators unleashed
when Halfback Winfred Bailey __ ... ,_ It '
Scouts from Orange) Sugar lit, Day.UF ,
under
championship and a Rose Bowl I 55. '- 10w. won. quarterbacks at much IublUIu.quatcarbact.! ; a flock of talented runners
Carolina State
In ,received a North
bid Saturday as It won Its fifth I and Cotton bowls were. the punt on his wn 3S and rail Itback :::"r 4405.' :crwg1d ,.. e Jacksonville halfback Tommy
straight In the conference by 10- record crowd of 41,500.A ._ a 5.4.0 Ph, M ( Glenn led all rushers with (7
tj-yard. It-play touchdown I to the North Carolina 311. D..4.0555115 eT .... .
and .
Northwestern.The yards chalked thegam.'a
N P up
over -
( victory drive made good ... a reoat began passing endllOW Dos L. .. 1It"t
oneyardrun ,
.
.
was a diceplayers'dream ; =0s'1dN.s' .. -. MNw. -- longest run, a 22. yard
game seventhrankedOhmans by Kent Mcdoughaa got ( ... n1.1 .. .: : : ,It tackle Jaunt in the third
as the Nebraska off to a 7-1 tint quarter CNI IJo 10..4 M la .. ....
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quarter
WUlard Sancltr' TOP r.4w 1e ,
parlayed C. P..1 w. 5.w. t'
!lead Oklahoma SUt COU- 4.11..4.. S. DN_ are0 j. '. p
seventh touchdown and -w w.441..1.. h. M I Ie ., Halfback Richard: Trapp elEradentoa
tered with a a play, 17..rddrive
TEN FARED !
4lda. 5 ,
w.
field welt
goal
Bob Funk's seventh cashed by gwrtrb.ckGlens : I -. 4104 a ... ........ raa picking
.
Into their seventh victory of the t New'- 5445 5111.51. ...... 1. 0-51 IA N.c.rrr4 up 30 yard In three caress
Baxter ou a oneyardplunge I Mw.
w rw
I season ( ta the second N.M -... sere S_M..... as ea.1y N t' and also Intercepted an Ao.
In the I{ early quar. } Arses... 0.44 555, ... \.slew veer O- u..r6.r6.4. M burs pass on del....*.
Sander's score came ___ ww alwn' .It'CI.It. 414 aIA .. as CII c--.. a J. # LLJi
on a five-yard ter.Tbe sex -5104O r .e IIf J Barfkhf, ef Albany, Ce,
first period I tte lasted wry 11 seconds a T.4..w \
plunge ending a 38-yard 11-ptay! In. in-poond Junior, took t M Aw+ sew New Sn. _S,. 5. 054.4 a Mary N J :, .. ..c ground out 27 yard* from Us
.. 1b 5 --
C Ds aNN ass N.w..4 Iea 54 .040'I fullback while halfbacks
A spot
drive, and Funk's three-pointer!'the ensuing kickoff lot his TDscamper. e..... SN' M.1.r4 .... M1.0.1.. at 1.I.1.a.. 0Iar .' '- .- :
asstoo-Th. 0 .- P..r05 Bobby Downs ef Winter Haven
the second uv wr NewM. 54,41t w
tame to .. .., I .
5.r. r V0.4.4 '
7',11 \ and Miami's Tom
final half was the most sensational =: ::;, (. llungerbuhvlet

*f the game but produced _",4451 u.ie.C._ N. Tm.5 e churned out key yardage.ho. .

po storing.' I LSUWins14-10 i .1-- .. .- "... I b ;1y 1 g S quarterback Harmon

Defensive' halfback Mike Buc- 5. cars4AS I. P ww4NS, Wage of JacksonrUte ipratn.
NortJt.westn'l 4- 14 0.1111! ___ ._ ____ ed bin knee
knee tame up wItb .6T..r ... P left early hi DM
f BATON ROUGE: La. (AP until fUsbrsdj
) accepted a team ,.. I.N I. MSS.5T8w
IDIff. ra1.Y
big play ash* second quarter and sat oat KM
'Quarterback Flex flicked vwr.aN aA..w.s
Billy conference slate. A
Do L'nverfertk pass .. e..6ate" .. rest ef the game Halfback
cepted a tsOhto'i 1[two short touchdown aerials After the game, LSU CoachOarles .. I..Y.41 I44s
six and raced 71 yards Ma Woodward suffered a
on bin a I..N4
eomnlon toes Mcdendo asked kla
and a two point .
a seas
where Unvenerta dislocated: shoulder ka tile con.teat. .
23. 'I.M Dong Moureaa I* grv* Louisiana playera at they would fike I* jto '- IA. ISv. .. icy)
caught hue The long ron came, -.I .
State a 14-10) Tirtory ever a bowl"Yes ,
to naught however, as Ohio''stubborn Mississippi State In aSoutheastern .'*. came tile rear tram ._ w.. a. ewes Florida reehmaaj coach

took d* ban en downs en the Contertnc game the Tiger dressing roam.Tb .:- a P c.l Dare Fuller praised CM spirit

six.la before fJjt Saturday right I Tigers stifl kavo pines "t.C-rw1I--a Tmrd M Mrwo P e and desire of Us squad.

.th* fwal Biteita I*** Representative* (f the Sugar:ahead with Ttdane and. Fbrtda.MsatisJppI -_ P.e.r.av_r_-e e.Na. N The .boys played a tremen.

"a n'a de/tIII returned the and Sun Bowls watched she Slate scanned LSU 1.54. -,a rrN.rs. 4 u* ball pIN en a real hot

compUnent and stopped Ohio ninth ranked Payee Bengalsrack at the start *f the gam On tile I. .. c-- r I day for fcocneO. Fuller said.

en UM sbs-inc be after Tom ., near stxhi victory Mareoa first play, speedster _send c..6440 C_ 4444 a.T.v.a 51.4.r -a. Frosh They-v showed a lot .. d*.
bad BKerrepted a Devi and tie. Marco R Jrdee Intercept acre during th* season. All
Ba gel again eye driest see a sopoosnart. -.....:0..1...
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of Southeastern Conference Tenn. (AP) -I Mississippi rolled 88 yards on'and five plays later Weatherly

basketball will be shown on Alert Mississippi converted three the running and passing of sneaked over from the one. The

WJXT, Channel 4 In Jackson Tennessee fumbles and a quarterback Jim i Weatherly key play in thla march was a Ii

WellThis ville. Ten games will be telecast blocked kick into touchdowns I deep Into Tennessee territory, 21-yard pass from Weatherly to ,>
live on Saturday after- II from where Billy Carl Irwin Dennis, to the Vol one.
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noons beginning Jan. 2 when t..10,05000,15 Ms.a1,1PV5T5M.Nw' IA'I-IIOIIIII, 1.MII 55<..1 I IP : kicked a 30-yard field goal. Lat in the fourth period, end
Georgia meets L.SU. Tipofftime P1150 M'IL' ,_.. Fumble Costly Allen Brown blocked Ron Wid-
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Is written before Florida State's game with North Carolina is 2:45: p,m. for the first ,......_ In 110u4IM 111 Moments later end Roy Heide by's kick and tackle James Harvey -
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State Saturday night. It will change nothing as far as two games with the schedule P5111..- y. .. 126" pounced on quarterback Art Ga- grabbed the ball on the 20

the tenor of this piece today. shifting to 3 p.m. for the remainder ...M> InloreMtM kyWIM 11'0...' 0 liffa'i fumble on the Tennessee and raced across for Mississip
'-- to 13 and the Rebels fourth
of the season. quickly cepItalized pi's six-pointer.
FSU and Florida football It
that play seems Y.rai
Every year p4n.llii4lSaturday JI to .
the break for their and Dennis
These games will be carried on Weatherly were
Seminoles Into the with their
that the are coming game
: and crushed the Volunteers first TO. Halfback Mike Dennis the big guns in Mississippi's offense
"best" chance to win. ,' Jan. 2, Georgia at LSU.; 30-0 before 46,000 homecoming went in from four yards out and the former completing 11

But every year In the put the Seminoles came InU the Jan. 9, Vanderbilt at Mississippi fans. Irwin converted. of 16 passes for 126 yards and

game (la a bit different fashion than they will Saturday Nov. State; Jan. IS, Kentucky at The Ole Miss victory spoiled: Mississippi's second and third the latter adding 75 yards on the

21, mi Tennessee; Jan. 23, Kentuckyat Tennessee's slim hopes for apostaeason touchdowns came In the third ground and catching five passesfor
Florida; Jan. 30, Auburn at bowl bid and and fourth stanzas after alert 50 more. Weatherly'also got
For one thing, the will be In FSU's backyard, Doak gave Vol fumbles
game Vanderbilt; Feb. I, Alabama the Rebels their sixth straight Rebels had fallen on 43 yards rushing.
Campbell Stadium In Tallahassee at LS.U.; Feb. 13, Mississippi triumph over the Vols. Mississippi twice on Tennessee's 22. Tennessee mounted only two 1

For another thing, this Is FSU's finest football team ever. at Georgia; Feb. 20, Tennesseeat Is now31 and Tennessee. Safety man Bobby Petrella drives, and both bogged down a
Its overall record attests to that. Alabama; Feb. 27, Tennessee 431. bobbled a Rebel kick at the 22 just over the mid-field stripe.
at Kentucky; March 6, and again Heidel was Johnny- Gator Bowl representatives
For a third thing, FSU beat Georgia. Florida didn't Tulane at Kentucky.The After a scoreless first period, on-the-spot and grabbed the ball. were in the stands top'a look

actual coverage will be Five plays produced the touchdown at the Vols after tbelC 22-14 triumph
Then there Is the item that is most vital to F.S.U.'schances
supplemented by a "e 0 liege Green Wave with Dennis slammingover over Georgia Tech last
Carnet and
And the
of success the main reason why
showcase" featured with shotsof from the four. Again Irwin Saturday. But they saw an Inept
Gold has to be accorded most dangerous In 1964.Dilelnikol .
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converted. by Tennessee in
the home campus and Interviews performance
/ is GreatHe's with school officials. Half- SurpriscsVandy,7.2 Tackle Joe Dean got the next which Its backs gave up the ball
time will be hootenany time Vol fumble on Tennessee's 22, cepted pass and a blocked kick.

with some of the nation's out- on fumbles once on an Inter- To Compete
flanker back Fred Biletnikoff.
No. 14,
Mllllulpol I It J 11-30:
folk entertain-
Sure you've heard arguments and read stories about r hick standing singers TffllWUM .... 55050$40Ps

Is better Biletnikoff or Florida's Charles Casey. Cator fans ./ right on the basketball, NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) 'Cats Drop Mix-Ownli Irwln' I' ..M.. Irwln'. kick Debbie Boles of Gainesville will take part in the

are bound to defend their lonesome end who Is breaking all court and Several Southern Governors i' Tulane In Vanderbilt territory MIM', --w.OwHtlt...'."t, run 1 run(Irwin kick kkkrMIM ""HI ninth annual amateur horn show at the Waldo Road
other celebrities have
UF records in the department of catching passes. agreed to appear and "official only once during the game, 17.15 Game ( MIM-.Hirvty. 51,01AN0.0.1 M rvnbKk klKKM' ..lekIrwl. grounds Saturday and Sunday. She Is shown on her
converted that opportunity Saturday 14,0. horse "Playboy' Shadow.
ly" start the matches. Sportscasters -
Ed Thllenius of Atlanta into a 7.2 victory-its firs To<< Baylor
in the Southeastern Conference TIGERS TRIUMPH 147
and John Ferguson of Ba- ,
ton Rouge will do the play by since 1961.Vanderbilt. I LEXINGTON, Ky. (API-Bay)

play and color for the series. bad three scoring lor's ears all but scrapped I
chances in the first period but their touted passing attack, then Auburn Stops GeorgiaAUBURN

failed to capitalize on them. ran over Kentucky 17-13 Saturday -I
Tipoff ClubMccting A late Vandy drive in the in an Intersectional! football -

fourth quarter carried the Com- game. Ala. (AP) Au- Helsmart Trophy awarded annu terback Lynn Hughes to George
modores to within IS yards of Led by senior fullback Tom burn's ferocious line bottled up ally to the top player from Patton and three short runs

Set the game-winning touchdown, Davies, the Bears struck for two Georgia's ball carriers but the 1 throughout the nation.As gave Georgia a first down on
lake II from the t'F coaches aad all the other coaches but Tulane halted the march In touchdowns, using only one passIn Bulldog defense couldn't atop spectacular as he was, the Auburn six.

who have had to play FSU previously. No to mentloa the the final seconds at the II.NAIHVILle each drive. Tucker frederickson Saturday and as effective as Bryan Auburn the SEC In
leading
For Nov. 30
jMofeislonal: scouts. Their third period field goal proved to be, their efforts might
T4 w. Biletnlkolf Is tremendous. He possesses blazing natural IK. Tul4, n.'V4Mtr.llt both.11 .....: came after Eddie Whidden Intercepted 0....,..._ oolb.ll g nt)4 .: have gone for nothing but forth
,. the ball on the two, but on the
"ipeed. Is when he catches the football. .1lIMy Aufevnl
He aa adept runner The Gainesville Tipoff Club PIrN 4e1r0. 0 13 a Kentucky pass in "rot doI S magnificence of Auburn's
And he'll get open, one way or another.He will hold Its first meeting of 11.11I1"1. 1114... 01 l" Wildcat territory. OY.nln. ,., ... II too IS line of defense. first play, Auburn quarterback
has teamed with Steve Tens), the I S quarterback, to the 1964-fS season Monday, P.."-"I 5111051.4" H.20 10 'J Baylor quarterback Terry P..1n,...', v.rdp' s.M, 1l.torco"H -"11 Georgia, boasting one of the I Bryan fumbled and Georgia the regained
FSU high in national statistical rankings In fields where P..5 mi.re.piM by e ,..... W possession on one -
put Nov. 30 at 1:30: p.m. at Gainesville 'unit .... J.J.t. .. strongest running attacks In the Preston
Pull.
1101101011 0y. IAPI1l0.slh5i / ell 41 i yard line. Quarterback
the Seminoles never had a hope of treading before. Golf and Country Club. Va14.10,0011 MnalliHHalfback 10. I' k0.11ky-55y11r, PO/MII .,0151sly' u..bI", loot 1y Southeastern Conference, and
That would be offense.They're 5 II ,1,5Iy .rat rnuiiud 111 to !Rldlehuber scored for Georgia
University of Florida basket- Pill, 4.001 11 11 with Coy Carl Sanders looking from the one.
ball coach Norm Sloan and his Carl Crowder, playIng 40.1.5.1 ,."' 114 m and the combination gave the on, was able to gain only 34
Near the TopHere's staff will be In charge of the his first game offensively ',Mine MM'. 044.00 I"t5 "110,t Tigers a 14-7 gridiron victory. yards In the first half and only I While Gov. Sanders was

program. for Tulane since the opener ,'=0 In'tIC''H' IIy 0'517 011 FrederIckson, the 21S pound 52 yards rushing In the last two watching the game, Alabama's

Tens!, before the N.C. State game, No. I In the na Members also will discuss a against Texas, scored the win- 114010111., a 1P0. senior, playing his second game I quarters. Gov. George Wallace was In Atlanta
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tion in total offense, fifth in the nation In passing offense. proposed trip to Lexington, Ky., ning touchdown for the Green II/1 at fullback broke loose for a 24- Georgia StoppedThe watching Alabama whip

Here's Biletnikoff third In the nation In catching passes 11th Jan. 30, for the Florida Ken- Wave on a one-yard plunge at Southall threw only 11 passes: yard touchdown run In the first, tough Tiger defensive pla- Georgia Tech 247.
And that's without benefit of the Houston the end of the third quarter. six for 64 yards. The
In scoring points. tucky cage game. completing period and then for three more toon robbed the Bulldogs' of a ft..."It e 11 7AuMnl 7
game where he had to alt out with an Injury. Club officers this I season The Tulane touchdown came Bears' Roger Marshall hit 2 of quarters kept the Bulldogs try- touchdown In the fourth period I I I 1 t-U
t'F FSU there undercurrent after Vandy'a Lance 20 for 31 yards.Meanwhile A.I>- ,"' .k__ 14 run LrH' kick. ).
always John
la previous lame, was an ire Jennings, captain; Spalding Ing desperately to catch up. after a 45-yard pass from quar- 0.1>-1",. I run (L..." 'Ie'l
.( feeling that FlU would have to get a "break" to John Baldwin alternate captain fumbled at the Commodore 30 Davies and run. Tom Bryan, the sophomore erickson's hopes of winning the o.-k15WN_' 1 1,0 (e0w kick. ,
acore. No one figured the Seminoles to drive a touchdown ; and Tom Dobson, center Key plays In the short drive ning mates Clint Mitchell and quarterback who came off the M1.4 13,000. -.---

; down Florida's throat from a long dlitance olf at any time. (treasurer). ,were quarterback David East's I Dick Defee rolled for 21( yards bench a week ago to lead the .. I

f Look at the record. Speakers this season will be passes to Jerry Colquette for 12 on the ground. Tigers to victory over Mississippi

FSU's touchdown In (he,first, game In IBM was set up by a Rocky Marclano, former unde- yards and to Crowder for five Kentucky, too, used less passing l State did his share again
/ long runbaCk of the opening kickoff The touchdown In the feated heavyweight boxlnj i Vanderbllt's only points a than was expected. The Saturday, scoring Auburn's other .
second game came when Florida led 11 0 and had third champ on Dec. 15; Hot Rod safety-came In the third quarter Wildcats moved only 120 yardsIn touchdown and ripping

and fourth stringers in action. The field goal In the fourth Hundley, former West Virginia when fullback George Smith the sir, more than a third of through the Bulldog defense for
game resulted from a blocked punt that enabled the Seminoles All America on Jan. S; Frank was tackled In the end zone by it In a fourth-period touchdown long gains almost matching : PARK-FREE H

to get close. In 1962! It took a roughing the kicker pen- Ramsey, Boston Celtic star on Vandy's Joe Graham. drive Gains 101 Yds. I

alty to give FSU the chance to get moving mid field. Jan. 22; Babe McCarthy, MIssIssippi Both twins struggled to generate Baylor drove 85 yards In 13 The hard-driving fullback car
State coach Feb. 12; some sort of offense in the plays the first time the Bears ried the ball 14 times and gained .

Tend Figured In It Jack Surrett, Daytona Beach first half but never succeeded. had the ball and Davies gained 101 yards against team whichIn

Seabreeze High School coach Vanderbilt recovered a fumbleon 46 yards on eight carries during eight games previously had

The only long drive I can recall FSU ever making came In on Feb. 24; and Joel Eaves, a Tulane punt reception, the drive. yielded an average of only 96

the 62 game, also. The same Tens), a sophomore, took over Georgia athletic director I on I blocked a punt and Intercepteda Kentucky got Its train In gear yards rushing. PARK FREE. Discerning, gentlemen will appreciate
with the Gators leading 20 7 and passed FSU from Its 20 March 2. pass for three first quarter near the end of the first period frederickson played both on
to the Gators' seven. Then Dennis Murphy. UF's tackle who is scoring opportunities. However, with halfback Rodger Bird as offense and defense and was on shopping In our pleasant unhurried atmosphere.

still around for Florida, broke through to nail Tensl for a Tulane held to force a Commodore chief engineer. Bird! carried on the bench only M minutes. His Com in and make your selection from a distinctive
big loss. That was a 73 yard effort, however. I rote wood field( goal attempt that six of nine plays needed to score performance strengthened Fred-
Now, FSU has the Tend Biletnikoff combination going for went wide. and accounted for 58 of the 10 grouping of clothing and accessories. at your

It! To Then the Green Wave stopped yards In the drive including a Indians Stop leisure. Our cashier will be happy to validate your
This year's FSU team can move thai football long *r short. Open Vandy at the one and again at 33-yard touchdown sprint.
Mostly In the air, occasionally on the ground. FSU will pass the seven. Both teams made it obvious Oregon State parking lot ticket for you up to one hour This

at least two plays out ol every five It has the ball Tbal'a Nov. 28 Vanderbilt led In total offense they had expected passing attacks offer good only at First Federal Bank Parking Lot.
been the percentage A team generally rune 54 10 plays a with 213 yards to Tolane's 131. and while the lines were STANFORD Calif. (AP) .

game FSU has bee parsing 20 or more times a game. GailiesvUle's The Commodores got 13 first sometimes leaky, potential receivers Stanford's spoiling Indians
BUemlkoff Is a bona fide contender for All America honors. Ironwood Golf Club, downs to Tulane's six. were well covered. mapped Oregon State's seven-

H.'. causing an epidemic of gray hairs at Gator grid practices newest links facility, Twice Kentucky tried field game winning streak and
They're still looking for the answer on how to stop will have its opening ceremon- Tyim, eel i I J tlVM t..rVnxurtllt goals once before and once after dimmed the Beavers' Rose

him. No one else has.Offense. lei Saturday Nov. 28. Members -| .
and Invited golfers will M TVI-C OrM1._ 1 "0 ier15M 'k'l put Baylor ahead 10-7 with a 40- 11-7 Pacific Athletic Conference
Vs. DefenseIt be in attendance yard field goal. Kentucky's Rich upeet

I Famed pro golfer Tommy Wolverines Tuccl missed from the eight in The Indians' real Indian:

.: should be Interesting Saturday. Here's the nation's No. 1 Bolt Is scheduled to give a clinc the second period and from the sophomore quarterback Dave

defense against passing (Florida) going Into action against a and play a nine hole exhibition five In the third. Lewis. started his first game 225 W. Univ. Ave.

team (FSU) ranked among the leaders in total offense among Saturday morning to highlight Smash IowaIOWA 4ylr, t I I -If and his passing plus the running
the top live In passing offense. Flu 20S the The clinic MiMcky I f e .-,s Phone 378.1611Next To Fla. Theatre
opening of the
l' averages yards a CITY Iowa (AP) e..D..11O. I run 10..,.. kickoo.4 ) Ray Handley proved maJor -,
I game throwing; Florida permits only 52 per game via the will run from I::15 a.m. until tile-hungry[ Michigan swept to "..,,--,. hrvl0 8 run M01Dw11 Tutcl kick. factors in beating the favored
overhead route.BUetnikoff I:43, with the exhibition follow- 24-20 yw.. ID0v11. 0.551en51,4 Beavers I
of with
a conquest Iowa .
alone In catching 41 passes for got yards and In,. the help of seven Hawkeye errors "-" 1.50 U51:0, r/1 4455 0r. --

eight touchdowns before the game with the Wolfpack Is averaging A kickers (bling bogey) tournament Saturday and will battle I
better than 100 yards per gsme. win be In the Ohio State for
played the Big Ten foot- Harvard Wins
4 Then there's the other new factor to be considered. This one : BE FIRST
p I Is on Florida's side. afternoon, along with a hole- tall championship. =in your neighborhoodto ;

I It does look as though maybe Just maybe mind Ftor- in-one contest. A drawing fora The victory by the sixth CAMBRIDGE Mass. (AP-

Ida Is going Into the contest with the upstate rivals you ready, to golf bag also win be held. ranked Wolverines was their Harvard scored nine points In
7 play a football game The course measures t,3S fifth against one loss In conference -I 12 seconds on a safety and

I yards for the men and ,117 play.They finished the season Wally Grant's 21 yard punt return GET THE FACTS
for the ladles. next Saturday against Ohio the latter with three seconds !

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Blast I' Defeat Tigers North Marion Tops I






Clemson YaleNEW (Williston by 20-6


COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) #
Maryland'i smothering defense J HAVEN, Conn. (AP) tI

and flood of sophomores Princeton's undefeated football SPARR North Marlon h I I After the kickoff came backto with Robert Stone cracking over

Inundated Clemson's football team led by Cosmo lacavazi Williston with a touchdown o n the 27 yard line, halfback from the two on a slant play,
forces 14-- Saturday. capitalized on two big breaks to the first play of the FrIday Sandlin
game Danny broke away for The point was added by Sandlin
Tom Hickey, Walt Marclnia trounce Yale JVM and capturethe night and went on to a 20- 73 yards and a Colts' score He to make it 14.0.

and Phil Petry, all In their teen .I.IrA Ivy League title Saturday I Suwannee Conference victory added the extra point and It Williston then took to the air-

and first season of variety football The season's largest Ivy over the Red Devils In a coi was T 0 before Williston could lanes but Corky Pruitt pickedoff

each ran for a touchdown. crowd of (0,173 saw lacavaul'contest that saw both teams II- get organized.The I a Mitchell toss to pave the
Rounding out the sophomore SCOTS the Tigers' final two ternately hot and cold. Red Devils bobbled on the' way for a final North Marlon
show and adding touchdowns en springs of :38 and!
spice were a next kickoff giving North Marion touchdown. Sandlin did the
>>yard! touchdown 53 yards and ) what hat
run with an wrap up another
golden chance b u t honors from several yards out
Intercepted pass by defensIveend been a thriller most of the way Live Oak Williston held this time. The kick failed and it was 20-0
Ron NaWalc.; and two field Tied at 14-14 at halftime Then
quarterback Doug M1t-1 with about seven minutes to go.
goals by Bernardo Branson, the Princeton capitalized on a chell swept end for IS and 32 Long Drive
soccer kicker from Chile. blocked kick to go ahead 21-14 In Loses 21.6 Neon MtriM WllllllMU .
Williston moved 75 for
Bratnson's eight field goals the third period and stretched It yards
II Pt.., d.m p Its lone touchdown. Sophomo
art a season record for the to 21-14 after pouncing on I e.e rwo'Irian "
a Y' To back Mike Michaels broke loose
Atlantic Coast Conference with a.IF fumble Pnlntkn N"Me
one more game to play. Maryland rrj.. '\ aP ,Dal V..earn. .._,.....,It,"rv.wi. ...e 170a for 30 yards to start It and Mit-
\:. '1'.,. .... chell hit brother Bruce
: "" on a
has a 4-S record. Rhome & Co. PALATKA Live Oak went 'to: t:
AP wirww .. ..._.. Fit fourth down and one pass to
The sixth loss In nine M! e" s' m rasa M
game I down to ha third straight defeat ,..." .w keep It going, Mitchell scored
meant the first losing seaso Pittsburgh ScoresPanther Friday night as Palatka ie ,""' net I
ground
since Set 9 V.S. 1'- nec pee 1M from the seven with S.M to so..
1953 for Clemson. It Is the out a 21-1 Florida Star Conference The win the Colts' eighth

eightn for Frank Howard In his fullback Harry McKnight goes over for a touchdown In the second Grilll1lurks victory. 'yards on consecutive plays a sm against a lone was setback to Cross

25th margin year of defeat as coach, and the quarter Saturday of Army-Pitt came at Went Point, N. y (AP Wirephoto to The Bulldogs hit the scoreboard Red Devils pushed to North City. Williston now is Hi The
by Maryland Sun
)* first on a 50-yard paw Marlon's 27 before running out Williston defeat gave Cross City
was the worst he has suffered .--- -_. --- TULSA Okla. (AP) Jerry play from Malcolm Brady to tf game. the Southern Division Suwan
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since 1941 Ihome, Howard twilley and Randall I) Box. The point try Good Chance I nee title
Tulsa blasted nine national football failed and the visiting Suwan-

MountaineersOn Clay Recovering But : records and North Texas nee High club led, M.Palalka chance Williston when got a fourth another down good Colt 1 Sammy Miller Red Devil

State 47-0 In a Missouri Valley loser only to Gainesville punt play resulted In a bad coach sold Ms club wan asleepon
Top 24-14 Conference( game Saturday.With High this season although the first play of the game
that ended North
map on
New Fight Date Vague : Sugar Bowl scouts tied by both Slarki and on'. eight yard line M.rl-I and was hurt by the offside

MORGANTOWN, W.VA. (AP) watching, Tulsa'i'. defense Dint- Lake City, then went to aground I Red Devils In possession The xmalty. Stan Tool, Colts' mentor -

Quarterback Allen McCune tied the Eagles[ while Rhome attack. play! started near mid field. ; said his team came back

passed Southern Conference, By JACK HAND six months. Another doctor put totalled $275,000 for Boston Car- tossed six more records aside The Braves three times drove, But the Colts toe up to push i the second half to play well

champion West Virginia to a 24- Associated Press Sports Writer the date at seven months. den and box office officials estimated H.'. broken nearly every Individual through Live Oak for '011 ell-. the visitors back to the 14 yard after being stymied in the first

14 comeback victory over stubborn BOSTON (AP) Cassius "This should not Incapacitate a gala of $400,000. passing mark now. downs. All came on short: line and take over. The battle two periods, except for Sand-

William and Mary Satur- Clay was In excellent shape and Clay in any way," said Dr. Sha- I Frederic Brooks bead of the Rhome completed 17 of 23 plunges, two by Palatka ace, went back and forth with North In'i scoring run.
resting quietly In a hospital Saturday piro "He should be stronger closed circuit TV firm SportsvU passes for 2M yards and four Bin Perry the other by Bobby Marion holding 7.0 halftime "Sammy has done a fine Job

day.McCune completed 11 of 28 after an operation for a and better than ever when he slop, said his firm had no msur- touchdowns and ran for another Pope. lead. at WUlleton," Tools said, "b u t

passes two for touchdowns- hernia forced postponement of has recovered." ance on the fight He said losses 21 yards. The victory boosted the In the third period the Colts I thought we had the better

in leading the Mountaineers to his schedule heavyweight title Te Continue were "between $100,000 and That gave him season records Braves into second place In the got a good drive moving but team this night."

their fifth conference victory of defense Monday against ex $400,000" but necessarily vague (for completions 181; touchdown conference but Lake City I Is were stopped by the Red Devils .....
a the season. champ Sonny LIston LIston said he planned to continue because of doubt about pssses 27; yards passing 1,320, atop the loop with a )-0-1) mark However offsides N.nft,, M ..4sswnl I f N
payments an a Ity .
pen "'"' ''' e
Both scoring passes went to With the champ out of action, training but would not due to the telephone com and total offense, 2,541. It also to 1-0-J for Palatka and 1-11 gave the home eleven an. her k..y wwmrn.
for six or months the fight until date had been him record for Stoke Live Oak 11- Mate -III In ..r
halfback Dick Madison. seven I a new pany. gave a 134 completions hi. a chance and it didn't miss T h sCulls S ....1. So,. (II Oa"). 'AT' aaedIn. .
promoters planned vaguely for set. without remaining with ute ...
N. Insurance an interception game City drove In for another .ft. .I.-I.
scoreCEDAR
_
I date In Boston next and him No.. "will'm MltfWt 14v _.
new Aprilor gave a career passing on 27. --
I Asked how he felt when he "There was no Insurance,
VirginiaP,1l6 May. They estimated they mark of 4,132 yards. The Bulldogs now are I-Saft.
heard the news, Sonny said "I said Brooks "That would be a I
lost $75,000 and the closed TV Twllley caught six passes for er starting off with five straight
guess like a father waiting for question of rale. Unfortunately
UpsetCHARLOTTESVILLE circuit sponsors figured their Ills first child I was pacing the Llston had forced postponements 14 yards and two touchdowns to, vktorles. Losses have been to Keystone Gains
[red Ink "bath" at between $100 set national Starke and .
Va ,' floor" of a fight! with Floyd Patterson a receiving mark of'! Perry, now PalalkaNext
000 and $400,000.Llston 71 catches He also booted five : week Live Oak will play I
(APVirginia's Cavaliers who lost the most of Bill Cherry, attorney for InterContinental scheduled for Miami conversions for a total of 17polnll '.t Femandlna Beach.

wrecked North Carolina's Atlantic 11-a chance to win back the Sports, Inc., the due trouble to a with knee injury his and shoulder had in this lime and 12 for Initial VictoryKEYSTONE

Coast Conference football title he lost last Feb. 25 when heat promoters, said the contract the season, In which he stands
title hops Saturday by upsetting In his corner at Miami included a six-month disability against Clay In their first fight to become the first end ever to MinnesotaTops ...

I the Tar Heels Jl-27 In a each with an Injured left Included covering illness or last February. I suppose that lead college scoring. I HEIGHTS was a 11 yard pass play Involving

I wild scoring duel between rival loulder-arranged to return to Jury of either Clay or Llston.In.1 does."not make him a desirablerisk. Rhoms'i passes also gave Indians of Keystone H. I I. Gary Cooper and Cliff
Purdue
quarterbacks Bob Davis and Denver almost Immediately Tulsa team made their final home Th'1 kicked
"The only out of the All concerned said favored new season records Chapman Bruce Moon ,
way contract they
"
J Gary Black. "I feel very bad said Listen would be for Clay to be returning to Boston If for most touchdown panes, 30, the season a happy one the point.
Davis the sensational Virginia It a news conference. "I we Hat on his back In the hospitalfor and when. However, doubt and most completions 202. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) John night as they scored In the final Crescent City was through,

sophomore, scored on runs of! ready to go. If It had to happen. six months" Cherry said bout the exact time of Clay's tanklnson, paining with precl quarter for a 7.0 victory over though The losers marched all
three and IS yards and passed 1 wish it happened earlier Instead Ion, fired Minnesota to a 1407 Crescent City the way to Keystons's five with
Harold Conrad the and other factors
14 yards to Ed Carrlngton for a of waiting until all the director, said the, advance publicity sale recovery alter those plans.on may Sadair WitisGarden victory over Purdue Saturday, It was the Initial football victory the return klikoff. A fumble

third touchdown as. .Virginia hard. work was over." --- -- -- I I virtually wiping out all hope the of the season for Keystone marred the last chance for a

posted Its first ACC victory In He'll Wilt State, ': Boilermakers harbored for soakIng which had suffered through score and Keystone recovered
two seasons. Llston said he didn't think the their first Hone Bowl trip eight straight defeats privlous-.. on the final play.Linebackers .

I He was almost matched however postponement would have any Staubach Romps CHERRY Hanklnnon set two gopher sea-, Moon and St*
HILL
N
by Black The North Carolina bad effect on him. He also said Sadalr J. (AP) son passing records, notching/ yIn plan Brokas had a busy B Ight
a fleet son of an Arg" fact the battle between the
senior directed four touch- h. didn't think he would try to eight completions In IS attempt For the Indians Moon made 11
tine sire, opened the throttle two teams had special signifi
take another fight while waiting for 131 and two
three yards tackles I and Brokaa 13 .
and
; down parades capped for Clay to recover. Beats Duke wide one-quarter! mile from the ouchdowns. cance. Neither of the SI. Johns more.Cooper

,+ with scoring passes 27 yardsto "No" he said in answer to a Navy finish line Saturday and went to The Minnesota quarterbackcooly River Conference had wen a and on defense Chapman were outstanding
halfback Ronnie Jackson and a I ID-length triumph and track game this year before F r I day
question. "I don't plan to visit a banged the Gophers' winning -
Since
Keystone also lost I 11
I 30 and It yards to sohomore s
end Bill Daman.Gamecocks. Clay In the hospital." ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP-Rflg drivers where they failed to record performance In the $101- touchdown with 40 second night. last three games of the seasona
I Bill Faversham, who manages I er Staubach, turning In his finest score and bad to can on Fred 700 Garden State Slakes at Garden gone In the fourth quarter. The Indians drove M yards year ago, the victory ended an

Clay for a Louisville spon- performance In a fabulous Marlin for field goal attempts State Park. His 43-yard touchdown pail to early In the final quarter but the overall defeat skein of II gamesIn

I Top coring group said he personally ootball career, ran and passed Marlin made good on two tries The son of Petare-Blue Missy, Cent Kramer came only one drive died on the Crescent City a row.

was willing to waive a clause Inthe Navy to a 2714 victory ever of 21 and 21 yards but two others already winner of the ArllnltnnWlShlnltnn minute after Purdue had scored five. Keystone held the Invadersand I Coach Lei Rhodtn said the en.

I Wake Forest contract and permit Llston Duke Saturday were blocked. i Futurity In taking to tie It 7-7 In this grudging battle forced punt. It went to the Ire squad turned In a fine ,f.

I, to take a tuneup bout If he want- I The magnificent Middle rolledup Navy completely dominatedthe the world's richest rare, carriedthe of hard-knocking Big Ten 40 yard line and Keystone got fort In the victory.

COLUMBIA. SC. AP) 'ed. 301 yards total offense, bettering : first half, allowing Duke only red and white silks of Mrs toes. e 13 yard return to the 23. Score by quarters:

Quarterback Dan Reeves threwtwo I "''If he couldn't win It easily, by one yard the recordof two first down but the Blue Miry B. Hecht's North Forty I Earlier Hanklnson pawed II In three plays the Indians I Keystone 0 0 I 7- T

touchdown passes and di he shouldn't be In there any- 307 he registered against 'Devils scored after a pass Inter- Stable of High Falls N.V. over yards to Ken Last for the other rushed: In to score. The payoff Crescent Cllv I 0 I 0- 1
rected South Carolina to a 23-13 I way" said Faversham. Michigan last year en route to 'ception which Mike Shasby returned the 1 Ml miles In 141.: The Gopher score

football victory over Wake For Both Faversham and Angelo becoming 1M3'1 college playerof to the Navy M midwayIn time clipped! two-fifths of a i The defeat dropped Purdue's

est Saturday. Dundee, the champ's trainer, the the first quarter. second off the track record. Big Ten record to 4-1 and left
year.
I _.___ .
ove'shadowed --- --- Cedar
Reeves' performance visited Clay Saturday morning He broke the mark with a the Boilermakers trailing Ohio Key Tops

a 13-point game by hey reported him In fine spir nine-yard dash for Navy's final tate, now H, by 1% games ,
Wake Forest's Brian Piccolo, its. touchdown with only 14 secondsleft Improving Miami Stops with one to play. Minnesota also I

the nation's top scorer and leadIng "Most of the time we were la the game. ,18 4-J In the Big Ten.
rusher. Piccolo scored on a about Purdue quarterback Bob Melrose 42-24
there he was worrying
Slaubech both from
62-yard pass play from quarter how his camp people would jet a shutgun formation passing and drop Boston College, 30.6 rlcse was unable to get bis ,
back John Mackovlc and
a otaohome," aid Faversham. "He Danes clicking with star reelver -
yard plunge, and added a conversion was still under sedation but heWII leg back la the T, completed 21 By BEN FUNK amore quarterback drove the: Bob Hadrlck out with an KEY Cedar Key I covered] a Shark fumble of a
of 30 for 217 yards and
passes maintained' Its chance
to
clearly able to appreciate 17 times for It .rd.. I Associated Press Sports Writer Hurricanes to a 1M lead In the' injury. figureui kickoff
raft ,
the fact that It was a good thing On four occasions he took the| MIAMI (AP They called first half and they completely the IM4 Rlverland Confer. I Smith pasted to laughter
Close the Injury took place last night Middles Into touchdown Charlie Tale "Jolly Cholly" until destroyed the Faglrs hopes of; Oklahoma nee slxmsn football race for 30 yards to make It II 12at
UF position
to instead of In the ring.Recovering." - I he took ever this year as foot- landing In the Liberty or Gator I hen It scored a handy 4224 halftime with Melrose leadwg. -

ball coach of the Miami Hurri- bowls.Jacksonville's. Mi/zou Tic win ever Melrose Friday night. .

DoorforFSU "He la resigned to the fact Orange Nips canes. Then, suddenly, all thel The Sharks boosted their record : The Sharks finished strong
Cater Bowl had
I that be won't fight for a while,':, joy went out of Charlie's ". sent its selection chairman I NORMAN. Okla. (AP) Missourl to M and now trail "leading 'In the last half Ronnie Brows

Florida lets down to serious, but Is quite satisfied that be Is VPI by 20-15 He didn't have much player Conrad Gull, here to scout drove 17 yards for a fourth, ronson by a ..m.. Cedar scored en a five yard run to
I material to start with at MIamL I Key plays Bronson nest week tie the game 11-11. llathcai!
business Monday for it* big on the way to recovery from Boston College and the Liberty quarter touchdown Saturdaythat
The of bis debut as ahead In the contest that win' determine dialed! M ards'for\ another
season
football game this week with rival -this acute condition. SYRACUSE. N.Y. (API Bowl was considering the Eagles gave the Tigers a 14-14 0ewith I ,
Florida State In Tallahas Faversham. said that the Quarterback Rich fired an coach la college ranks until the lightning structBUetnlkoff the OtJ.homlloonel'l.The the championship. scored and kicked for two is-
King 1 looked like tt would be a long Cedar Key came from be- Ira make It .
same three cooks who alw".1 It-yard touchdown to end ran 20 yards for tie eliminated both teams from points to M If
see.Coach Ray Craves said Sat work with Clay had prepared Harris Elliot with peas I less than a ene.But I one touchdown, sneaked a yard (the Big Eight Conference title I bind to gain the Important vie.tory Hathcos ran 11 yards hi the

urday the gates win be lockedto the dinner be ate Friday sight minute remaining for Syracuse's Charlie remained cheerful for another, and engineered the rare, trailing 1H2 at nalflime. final period\ kicked surcesafutr .
everyone Including: writ-I After the meal, Casshia complained .I 20-13 football victory ever i and hopeful, until disaster Hurricanes Into position for two I The Missouri touchdown came Beck passed to Jim McGuire > again to m.k.11 31011. Butch

eratarW+g Monday. I of pains and became upset-minded Virginia Tech Sat,struck. la rapid succession be more scored en short hugs by with 1 45 "left to play. Missouri for the fist Mustangs score' Arwood went ever for Metrose
Florida spent virtually tile nauseated He was taken to the'urday. lost U players because of Injuries fullbacks Pete Banasiak and Coach Den Define elected! to go George Hathcos lied It up with on a II yard run to make M

entire past week on conditioning I hospital and underwent aa operation King, who came off the bench If. d e 11'I1 I e failures and Fred Cassldy. for a tying conversion kick rather ,I 17 yard run that made ItU. 34 24 and Brown wound) It up
violations. The
attempting to give Injured late to the evening for ..nIncarcer.ted with 121: left ill the game, training situation than a possible victory with a in a 40 yard dash fur Cedar
fun opportunity to I was be Aid."unreal" Meanwhile fierce Hurricane Melroee went ahead la (the 'Key, Hathcox' kick
hernia
players a moved the Orange S4 yards la two-point conversion. Kicking was food,
With a team built from defenders held Boston '
recover completely and be ready "He had a very simple diet," five plays for the touchdown. He and up 'I' CoII..1 specialist Bin Valet spill the tint period en a 22-yerf aerial making It C 24.
Junior coOeietransfers
sophomores attack la full
for the hard work this week. passing uprights. from Jim Ford to McCoIre Score
said Faversham. "Steak baked completed four out of five tosses by quarters:
remitted .
at a desperate for successful
Florida Is expected to bit potato, tossed salad All the food during the drive. kept a single I The Sonnets got another In the second quarter Ford ran MelroM UI 1 1-24
search the In
across the third behindI
'
hard Monday and off Tuesday Wednesday -- was prepared to his owl private Until then it looked like Virginia Tale lost four and tied country else of,I Foley. period (!chance with 1:171ef' when Rick I 22 yards after the Mustangs re- Cedar Key 11 H 1S-43
start Upwind 'I McCurdy recovered a fumble J
I kitchen. Ted, playing the entire: his first five gam*. en I
and conclude Thursday I I Hippos SvMeary second half without Its triple] Looked Bettor Foley' got laj yards en 11completions the Mniourt 42-yard lisle The OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS
afternoon with a review session. out ef 2* Sooner gained to the 22 but
Dr Nathan Shapiro, examisfbig threat quarterback Bobby But. with each game, Miami passes,
i physician for the Massachusetts Schweikert would crush any I:looked better, Tata was building but moat of It was wasted ,ant- ,Butch: Metcal't "yard field
The Caters will V to Perry Boxing Commission bowl hopes the Orange night t the shattered remnants of ate and the Eaglee were held goal attempt with U second left FLORIDA CITRUS

r-ttay where theam'liIIuln willsty Into who checked Clay at the hoe-,have. Hurricanes Into a hardhittingteam .. 14 yards rushing. was low and wide.Haulers .

overnight et before ','pita before the operation, said Sonny I'tx the Cobblers' 211Ipehnd with fierce desire. Zero Yn. In time for ChrlitmaiIN0UN0. )

Tallahassee just geme-[such hernia attacks happen suddenly -) fuIHMik put VPI to front And now Charlie ell afford Miami last week held Tulane Lose IIIUMO, JCOTUHO IIL4IUM,
time Saturday. about 20 per cent of the midway through the (tea! quarter to be JoDy spin, lot his team
coaching staff. a -; II 1 to sere yards M the ground to W. 6ISMANT, MOtUNO, ""NCI.Iwnn.u" ,
Florida's took to Saturday tune. when be powered six yards Friday right cDmaxed a three- a 214 victory Pint, 43.20 '.
of It
most all CaroB Dr. Shaptre bed examined)for a touchdown after setting It game winning surge by smashIng -

night's rSU-North four Uri Clay thoroughly! Monday and up with a M-yvd sprint to (be Boston College eat ef the BiUtnioff, wise la breakingbe BATOK!' ROUGE /.. (AP1Voore Sad yN ee .1Ic.. .. ,......,. ...... erseee end ...."... ..,..
na State game. And be found absolutely BO Orange If, poet-tcasM bow picture with a sophomore retards al plunged Jar two touch ....... ten*.** f<* U 9) XA staff members saw Miami play):lAid traces of any hernia then.The I I acbwelkert, wed, suffered aa tremendous JM victory. George Mara Miami's AO Amef-':'down Saturday to lead South, No. Z). WM *.. .",". *MM I. I*** er.*. ay nml er .......

Boston College Friday Jack nightOnly Card:,I food had abeobtaly'nothing eye Injury late at the second The Hurricanes have staged, Ire pcfIOIt to throw only en University to free-raring All fACIACU All UMCOMDrriOtUUY 4UAUNTII9.

linebacker It d,'' to do with It," said DrShapire period, bud given the surprising probably be fin** comeback of'<113 times against Bastes Col I'I OX victory ever previously on.

definitely bas been U II lie bad a hernia. The I iTeehnwa M first period kad this football seams, and! Tale,lege's pate eWenee fourth beet beaten' Florida MM. Cross Crcck Grovcs

out of the FSU battle la Injured roundIng food could not have caused a,cites b be scampered tate the end j was gives credit! for a great' Is the aaOoa. He completed! I Moore went ever from t the tee

J, halfback Jack Harper be- hernia. Clay bad a herniated ION from fee lilt to tap aa 141|coaching Job.IlalIOII sevea for H yards and the Hurricanes 'and ere yard DM*. Southern
after G. H. (Huh) Williams
Into shape rapidly knee since:muscle to the nght groin." I II yard !march College favored to win, rtshed Jar lit Halfback David I HudcfiestMmade VWt m ......
'* fled with a bad It I The epnatwi was performed)| Syraevae's toachdowas camel'the Lambert Trophy Symbolic It was like flghfaag a war the game's most spectacular M .u..I..O\If 0n"
the South Carolina game. ''by I Dr. Wiffiana McDermott, a'Hanard M a tiewe-yard nm by Floyd:.f the eastern football tar a while" Tate said afterward tourhdowe as be scampered Doer stoat Mail ., ,hea. *.., endera.
will be fne fun weeks between dlamP'1' .......... f. 0. sea 10 I. to .eat Creves
surgeoa. I[Little as the second period and a!onship sever bad a "But we got there t.1 17 yards wilt a klclofl.'Florida ...
'
appearances; for the fancyrwmng Dr. Shapsre said Clay should one-yard plunge by fullback Jisai Early.... 'ai M. We played a football t t t -.j II. 4<'-14 JOTerps

tcjpates Lakeland against Junior the Senunoles.U be per[be able! to fight wttbia five erg''Nasal> the third | M- I game." I Sout .ra 7 a.t-U


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I Santa Fe Stops Unbeaten Lake Butler, 7-0 h




In the Rebel win heads up and let', beat Cross
part
JIM KING portent
By
I Rebs' Sikes Rolls. Defense. SUB Football Assistant Sikes Scores Lone as be booted three timely punts I City next week.

LAKE BUTLER History which were over M yards long InterceptionsBesides

failed to repeat itself here Friday .I TD in 4th Period and kicked the PAT despite a
night as the Rebels of Santa strong Tiger rush. Petty' two Interce p-
Fe beat the Union Co High 1 Coach Charlie' Roberta w a t tlons, Bo Westmoreland and
I School In a replay of the Civil ler's passing ace an night long. ['pigskin on !Die Tiger IS. In especially proud of his team's Donald Boggs got In on the

War The Union Is no longer Lake Butler, however, has taken four attempts Santa Fe 1 lost effort in this game, "despite a pass Interception bandwagon as
unbeaten ss the South rose their eight victories this i five yards.Three terrible week." Coach Roberta they picked off Thomases aeri-
year with a strong passing I stated that his team had overcome
of IT. 0
again in the form plays later a Thomas ,1s.Seldom
Rebel victory.In game and mediocre defense. many pre game obstacles was a back able to
a bitter defensive/ bit tie Fine Defense pass was Intercepted by Bob and praised Hodge, Jimmy get past the line of scrimmage
I Iy Lake surrendered the Lyons and returned to Tiger Westmoreland for
Butler Cole and Bill without being bombed by opposing -
Santa Fe took advantage of six: :
Lake Butler miscues In knock- pigskin to the Rebels six times 23. Again Lake Butler held. In for their fine defensive efforts. linemen and onfy twice

Ing the Tigers from the list of within Its own 40 yard stripe the second quarter Steve Tru- "Things looked so bad this during the game was there a
unbeatens. It was a typical 1 and five of these times held I luck recovered a Tiger fumbleon week and yet these boys play[run which resembled a breakaway .

Santa Fe victory but Lake Butler the powerful Santa Fe team In the 33 and James Petty ed s terrific ball game to- opportunity. With the ex-
check when the Tigers fI n ally!picked off two Thomas passeson night," added Roberts. ception of two 12 yard efforts
did succumb, it was to the bulldozing -' the 31 and 40. Each time Sikes the M
Sale a.1ter e ,. Coach Jim Daniels In his 1 by longest of the
7 CI'", I running of 192 pound the Tiger defense ross to the talk told his [evening from scrimmage was
,. post game disap-
heal ru,0 a a occasion and allowed a
needed five
CM Doyle Sikes who nary pointed team, "You boys have a seven yard dive by Griner.
1 k0. M.ItI.I
'. e plays to score from the 24 first down to the Rebels. Seer !ky .urttniike
be ashamed of. You
reed .'nod' ru "Int nn nothing to
VertlO ,0014 ,.ulna a yard line after a muffed Tiger .. -
Each team blew opportunitiesto played a fine game, especiallyon iWHr. I I IMil
115 P..u. N
,._ ......,. punt attempt. P ears
q. I : d 111 x114 score via a freak unsports defense and you were beaten eerie.wnmayf
4.545a .nI' ,. _
''''''''100 1001 e Had it not been for a superb manlike penalty. In the second by great effort. Keep your, Nee-5301. (Old kl.- Nkfa ""I. PAT
,
!It v_ Ia r.n.ne .20 Tiger defense which allowed period Santa Fe drove to the

: was the surprising team on Santa Fe but four first downs three yard line and the off!. CENTRAL HEATING end AIR CONDITIONING-

the field this night and 90 yards for the night, the [clal called time for a measurement ESTIMATES FREE

I Santa Fe, always noted as a game could have been a rout. Quarterback Danny J. C. BROWN CO.
defensive stalwart allowed the On Lake Butler's first offensive Adams scooted to the sideline

Thomas Tigers but 11 yards and plagued play Thomas fumbled and Santa for advice from his coach and
No. 71 tops Lake Butler' Jimmy Phonet760742
Jimmy Thomas, Lake But- Fe's Don Kelly fell on the the Rebels were penalized. In >
I the third period Lake Butler 101 S.w.

e. .0 r Offense He RECORD NOW 8.0.1 same situation. Thomas went
to the sideline and received the

same compensation. Coaches II

i'-- can talk to their players onlyon I

s' a "called" time out, not an
Cross City official's time out. Neither I SWINGN'SWEATERS

..i -. team could recover from the
fourth and IS situation on the
_
U. SPECTATOR...1,..twinging

Mayo 1 V Lake Butler opened the second action/ ctrdlgan/ with modified bail

Whips half with a 70 yard drive: sleeves and button aloe Ytntt.
which took 17 plays and four of \ H.nd.onlllOlld and httthtr tone

its seven first downs before being thtdn /knit of links stitch
By JACK HORAN Scoreboard clock, Corbin ran halted by the untimely pen, 100% Wool ItU

SOB Football AuUtaot the PAT to make the score 74 ... alty. Harold Griner netted 38

CROSS CITYDixie Coun- Mayo appeared Just as deter- .. of .these yards and a total of I
first. half mined not to let the Bears run ,; ,
I ty mapped out of a .' 49 of the Tigers' 64 rushing trw
hibernation as the Bears scored -rampant and had moved the yards' .
,
14 points In the third quarter ball up the field to its own 49 :., "
the next aeries of How Tough On Backs I
I and went on to claw Mayo on plays.
: 114 before a delighted homecoming ever, the drive was halted when Griner and Sikes were the I" ,

crowd hers Friday I Dees fumbled and 220 !> pound only two players that could consistently II

tight The Bears ar now W. tackle Warren O'Steen grabbedthe "' gain during a night I
-
; ,, A surprising! Mayo team, ball. ,,'.... which was bad for backs. Sikes I
wbolch I was a three touchdown With the help of a quick offensive netted 40 yeards for the Rebels,

: underdog before the game, line that provided plenty 24 of which came' on his fine i

i briar patch defense of holes, Corbin and Karr five play scoring drive. I
a
threw up .ere
J 1 two periods to worked the ball down to the '
1 during the first It was an extremely bad
14. Then Karr rambled
Mayo
: 1---- .
M.y.taw night for Thomas who was able
city ... dwn.a through the line for 14 and scored I
to hit for only two of 15
11,. ..em ru"'lnt 0 Corbin added the PAT. passes
F hen -sale- and averaged only 24.S a rds
.. '' fr.n .*..111........ a Again the plucky Hornets hw punt ky Tunny 6.wn l punting. Thomas' y :
.. ,' '.'' Virtl Vtrtt .,.1.1 l"_* rv,."lnPIMM f fought back and started I drive Sikes rambles for food yardage was due to many poor outside showing fore.I i'

I InHratM" !*V 4'M as which netted two first downs ea, however, as four of his passes
; Punt and carried the ball to the Bear I
slipped through his receiv-
: p v-M IwMwol' .. 10I' 44. When a screen pass play Neivberry Beaten 14-0 er's fingers and he continuallywas
: ,
Bears scoreless and lost five yards, Mayo was forced pressured by the fine Santa 'I

'11\ :1 hold tort the fceUrohtol total toards. 46a to punt However, the kick By DAVE BERKOWITZ in 15 plays. The Pirate backs an Incomplete pass. Fe defense. I I
: traveled about U Inches beforeit
\ Dixie County had the Sun Football Assistant ground out the yardage downto With third and two on his own Trigger Hodge played an 1m-!
0 bounced off the chest of line-
: ball only four times In the NEWBERRY Crystal River the Newberry on*. Evans 39, Lindsey dropped back and I ACr/oN I'AI ORE a y,
J t hall and fumbled It away twice man Bobby Kincaid. used ball control for the first took the ball in for the score fired to Nichols standing at the "

t.i However, a steamrolllng Bear Dixie County recovered and half, Just long enough to score with about two minutes left In fifty in the midst of a hall
offense coupled with a U gh' went Into high gear and drove two touchdowns, and then the opening quarter. Evans dozen Workers. Nichols took It Crusaders Roll I tplI

: In the second hallmndLafayetteCoun 60 yards for the third touch fought Newberry's stubborn hit Wayne Blanchard In the end in and raced all the way for .
II 0 defense down of the evening. On that second-half defense for a 14-0 the score. Fred Morgan plunged BOSTON (AP-Halfback) JimMarcelllno's

; for an upset. Theta- series, Karr, who rushed for win Friday nightThe C.lo1 nvan, "....." the two yards for the final. 63-yard touchdown _
Z: ty's hopes 10 pi.'", dwns 1 run on the game's first scrim- >OM "
101 yards In ten carries, picked -
turned then sot eHornet game was offensively one a .rem ruoh'', 1 point of the night giving Crystal -
bles were o o 1 up 47 yards during the Bear sided with Crystal River's Pirates S area .....1"1 I a River a 144 hall time lead age play opened the floodgates
managed 1 hem.94' 0 and Holy Cross overwhelmed Other Fine Sweaters From $9.95 to $3295Free
I times march toward the Mayo end holding the hometown Panthers 1:19: VortlO .Ined ru""nt 53IT Tough Defense
ball only three ) ... ...., Boston
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the ortlO .1. nt f University 32-0 before
Corbin who to first down and 25yards
opening zone. But It was one sIs .. The Newberry defense tightened
Mayo received couldn't the move the scored the touchdown from five total offense. The Pirates !!e 1.11 ,.._ Punt II I...pled-* .. !by 45s e In the second half and i 7,000 Boston homecoming fans

Jdckofl and out marched 139 yards on the Pumoln all River could do Saturday.
got the ball yards Ia aIh. Crystal wa I Sive4inan
Dixie County Vlrdl toll 10
ball 36 after Mayo punteiOntheeecondplay. With more than two minutes ground and gained 122. yards p look at the goal line The Panthers The victory was a belated
on Its own In the air.Crystal held the visitors wit h I birthday for CrossCoach
Jerry left to play, the Bean bad zone for the extra: : point and present Holy
it River quarterbackLeon fourth and three on the 23,,, [ Dr. Eddie Anderson who
the crowd to Its wrapped up the game, 216. Crystal River led 7-0. Parking on lat Federal lot.
Karr brought 15. Mayo had enough sting left LIndsey l left his regular fourth and seven on the 16,, was 64 Friday, and was Ander
Newberry and
unexpected Crystal River
feet With touchdown an run. But the to push the ball down to the Jersey wearing home and Number played 64 The the traded the ball for most of the fourth and two on the 20 and I son's 200th triumph as a college 225 W UNIV. AVE.
yard game fourth and one on the five. coach.
back on account Dixie County 39 In the waning second quarter. The Pirates I .
play was called change In number may have Newberry, however, could -- --
seconds of the game, but a took a punt on their 31 and be-
procedure penalty In luck for the
illegal meant change
of a a n't move the ball and g a I ned ,
fierce Bear defense led by Lester gan from there. A
Bears five- penalty put
against the Pirates as they snapped a only 17 yards In the second
Hall and Kincaid containedthe the ball on the 3d. Evani lain-
Fumble streak with the
losing antics -
failed
Costly game half. The Panthers to
The two teams traded the ball Hornet threat. of the 144pounder.. ed three and Llndsey threw cross the midfield stripe dur- There/ u Only One Fabric Called

until late In the first (quarter Although Randy Cor bin He Leads Way 4ift the game.
1 when Bear fullback Randy Cor- makes It a habit to pile up at LIndsey led the way with the Oregon WinsBLOOMINGTON The win was Crystal River's English

bin fumbled on the 50. Mayo least 100 yards per game rush- help of fullback Roger Evans, fourth In nine games. Nowber-

pounced on the loose ball and Ing, he missed the mark Friday both carried the load In Cry- Ind (AP- ry's record stands at 1 7 1. '
sustained drive that night by four yards. This stal Rivers first touchdown
Oregon from .
started a came 14 points behind sc.r by Wlrtwti Viyella.
eventually yield their was partially due to the effortsof drive. Another aid to the Pirate at halftime and beat Indiana 1 Cry.,.. mw f T t M
would ,
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Curtis N I h- N >-V I I e e I .R
back Junior Cooper offence was c y
only score for the night Mayo 29-21 Saturday on s great t C.vUS MiMintry_ .
took from mvw/ Riwtr tv w it runill
ols Nichols a pats
Jimmy I and lineman Allen Johnson. ,
Hornet workhorse passing and running performance c.... NttKM III. HU hem INK IMdV '
Prlne was called upon to grind Prine was the big gun for Undsey and scampered touchd down- by Bob Berry. <"*_> PAT'"' (Pod_' hem MWM*Ivtmt|rw..'". W VKt| SPORT SHIRTS BY
field for a 61-yard own
out the yardage. Prlne respond Mayo. The 190 pound backs 1 I r-
ed by hammering out 20 )'ards. pounded out 70 yards for an average play.
i The Panther defense fought, QfEaffI
Hornets bad lighted of SI yards per carry. RentElectric
Shortly the stubbornly In the second half Buy as -
five yard line has a record of J- you
en the Bear I Mayo now stopping< on the IS,. 16, ZO and -
with S first\ and goal to go. 11. Dixie County will host once- yard lines.Halfbacks. I
I-IThen quarterback Glenn beaten Lake Butler next weekIn Jerry Harris and

eea. who rolled up 45 yards a game which will decide the Harry Holder paced what little, ; ;
In rushing, snuck: over for the Suwannee Conference championship. offense the Panthers could I TYPEWRITERS .c

touchdown. Mayo missed the muster against the tough Pirate Standard I

conversion kick and went e.eev- ,,"" 1 It line. I TYPEWRITERS
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Dixie County put the ball In, DI',M c.w irkv C..III. Os' IIdYt pigskin for almost the entire TYPEWRITERSELECTRIC
play on Its own 34 after the PAY Par "m rn by w c.C-a.ml,. Cor_.r._. rva rue 1101.1.1. first quarter, taking the opening -.. : (

.. kickoff, and on a fourth and PAr rem ...f.DM kkk-off and marching 61 yards
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two situation. the Bears chose "
to gamble for the yardage. But MACHINESCALCULATORS -

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I" JIMMY! RUSSELL [halfback for big yardage.The the Wave. Hansen added the to block the big lines we face the losers with 35 yards in six

SUB Football Assistant next PKY score came on PAT on a run to make it %0-0. with a 1SS pound line, "Mont [carries.

a blocked puntCampea gomery said.Montgomery. ...... W ........1
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Steve Tuttle Tom Hansen Blocks It The Blue Devils made their found the efforts -i........ r SN. 1 5 / 1 v
.Jd; : and company pranced up and only serious scoring bid late In -. ,
p' Tackle Ben Campen bunt of his quarterbacka "
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I down the field In a manner! the third quarter. The passingof VenocTc Vllnnll
bright spot In the otherwise PAT.i.v. Tumi (run)' seen.
reminiscent of Sherman '. .. Goolsby brought them to the dismal nlght'i proceedings."I ,Tulllt ta wtilt ItrMoIKU/ (I' 1"1 pml,
caw .
Y61N 'u... Cnvty Jfllmton (71 y4
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lt'l march through Georgia to give Ia 01.11 1..M. leN yard Campen think Jay la one of the top 105.1 r./r)
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0. :. r'T.D.'I: : trolls'::
.. r1.me.. pounced on a Devil fumble to 'a401. ...
P. K. Yonge a n 8 victoryover ... .... .. quarterbacks In our conference ':",
-'''' give PKY the ball on the next
Green Cove Springs Fri.
v..... 151,5145IlI11 555 If he had better blocking he
day night at Citizens field. lit 14.11 Y.1. ,.._ 5.0,111. III n play. would be a real star," M o n t-
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This was P. K. Yonge's first .3U r... M"0c"?,. lip ,."., Sophomore quarterback Craig gomery said.Coolsby .
k bb 4 | annual alumni football players I 000510 1001 1 I Hammond, recently up from completed 10 of 21palSl'l
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35 B his for 128 yards and got off -
+i r y I night, and the present Blue I the PKY team passed
I Wave showed the old grads that and blocked a Green first battle test with flying colors three punts for an average of
through In the fourth quarter. 33.3 yards per boot.
I PKY football la in good bands Cove punt Kicker Jay Ooolsby PKY coach Mike Gutlerrei I

right from the start was tackled on his own 10 after Last Score attributed his tram' success to

After Green Cove won the he had fielded the ball. Hammond directed the Waveto a good overall effort

toss and went nowhere, P K Y PKY set up shop there and Its I hut TD on a drive that 'I thought the boys turned Ina HONDAPROUDLY

took the pigskin and marched three plays later It was 13 0. covered 12 yards In five plays.Hansl'n'l .' real good effort I was real

II yards in 11 plays to score The payoff pitch came on a 37 yard run on the pleased with the attitude After PRESENTS
with Hansen ringing up the. pane from Tuttle to Whit Spring- off tackle slant was good for that blocked punt Clay County

points on a 17. yard slant field on the tackle eligibleplay. the points. A run by Danny [lost all Its steam and we were THI

play. Tuttle got In the act to. The run for the PAT was [Trujillo added the PAT to complete able to open up and play everybody .

add the PAT that made It 70. stopped short the nlght'i scoring and [ ," the PKY boss said.Praises Super Sports
make It 27 0.
PKYTom
for
Touchdown The drive was highlighted by KodtdoaGutierres
up the middle keeper plays, PKY resumed scoring with a Clay coach Billy Montgomery had praise for Ilne- (C110) 50 ce.

Hansen races for a Blue I Wave More in the 27-0 P. K. Yonge win over by Tuttle. He consistently h I 11 I: third period kickoff return of thought line play was the difference [backer V, G. Hodsdon.'V. .

Green Core Springs Friday: night. Jay Goolaby of, the Blue Devils is the pur* the guard and tackle holes a.I 75 yards by end Covey Johnston G. has definitely been Flashy tint cousin of the

tmer. (Photos by Chic Hinton). though he was atlll runn I log i that put up all more points for "You get kind of old trying [t much.__Improved au I.over the lastguinea basic Honda SO, but with
0o no u 10515505 10
more rugged stylinf. For
LAKE CITY STOPS TORNADOES move back and forth and diagnose the enthusiast who vents
Cliiefland Rolls plays like a linebacker "look"
the
should," Gutierrez said. motorcycle ,
I Hodsdon had six Individual plus other features.

I tackles and five assists to pace
Starke Loses First 21-12 Over Jennings the PKY forward walL Cutler-

ret also noted that mid I die- 320 Full Price
guard Steve Twedcll, end Dan
By MS NISSEN a handful of handsome laurels. The Tigers punted dead on Insurance seven points on the Dennison, and Tuttle also turned

Assistant Sports Editor The win pushed the Tigers' the Starke two yard line and Scoreboard. For 46-7 Win In outstanding efforts on defense

J LAKE CITY A pair of jet. record to M-2 and put them In forced the Tornadoes to bo e tout Mangel and Harrison again STREIT'SHONDA

propelled rockets was the difference the driver's seat for the Class on third down, with the ball [churned for the Important yardage Hansen. PKY'a all area fullback -

in two undefeated football A, Region I title and a berthin travelling only to the 35 yard as the Tigers- marched 14 CHIEFLAND An SO lecting 401 yards on the ground.' made a decisive bid to

powers here Friday nightU the atate playoffs.It line where they set up shop. yards In 10 plays for the score.,I touchdown Leo Mills repeat with IN yards In 14 car.
Rocket No. 1halfback Bon- also gives them a good shotat Starke came roaring back run by .1.1I Chiefland opened the scoring rles dominate the n I II h t'a SALES

nil Mangel bolted for 152 the Florida Star Conferencecrown [midway in the second quarter Pass For TD the second quarter opened t h [':in the first quarter when Wendell gushing. Tuttle copped runner .
elf W. U.) Ave
i 1 yards rushing in a daring display and puts them only two after recovering I fumble on Jordan fired an eight yard I scoring floodgates for Chiefland Corbin ran over from the up honors with n yards In 11 III77"
of swivel hipping and games away from an unbeaten the Lake City 40 yard stripe. strike to Harrison for the clincher and the Indians went on to I 4J- 12 yard line. Mills made the carries.
tackle dodging season Dwight Elder smashed 35 with only 10* left In the'7 arid victory Friday night over extra point for a 7. 0 lead. Halfback Gary Looney topped!

Rocket No. 2 halfback The Tornadoes, whose record [yards on the first play, added contest Nelson's PAT kick Jennings. I J>.- r .
I Charlie Harrison played an dipped to 6-1-1. still have a three more the next time and again was true. Jennings flashed Its only good I
The score was knotted at 7-T
ti outstanding supporting role byt chance at both state and conference The high powered Lake City when Mills broke loose. Thereafter offense of the night to comeback I
and tie Griffin went In
I 78 yards on the marbles. .,..... offense scored more than twice as
|picking up L.1 (117 Chiefland added two more
from a yard out and Bates tied
Jumped off to a 7-0 1a Iln1..51 12 the first ,,
moat of which came .on Lake City ss many points as sewen 21.7
; ground In the quarter for a
lee scores
11 On
crucial downs. [lead late in the first quarter ..... NM/M....I.. 51e opponents had been able to lead. at 7.7.Then I

1 MTha', talented duo rolled up a when quarterback Joe J o rdan, '1'...,,.,__".',0IM" !e1S1 manage against the rugged I came Mills' fancy dash,
combined total of 221 yards faking beautifully to the fullback '1'... ,Ii,w'WM' 45e 11 Starke defense. for the goal line. I

'rushing, while the entire team scooted right end for 12 0.615k..051055 The first seven teams, includ- .5.51 J.1 0s.IS .
booted the H'' 5 ,...,. 555 01,54 IsM.0 With that Chieflandran
\ Nelson Impetus,
Lake City yards. Billy
gained only 240, as 1 rohi51 1001 Sa ing such stalwarts as Palatka 051114
severely pierced Starke's vaunted extra point with 1M: remainingin 'I'.m 10., 0 .11100. 1 and Live Oak, scored only nine ../....... 5551111.0al 550104, up the score In this mann.r.!
defenses. the intital period. points against the Tornadoes. vseds' 5111.. 00"4 111 Fullback Ted Key scored from'
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1-04 Record Good Exchange then fullback Mickey A gn e r 14 10 '1'J:= 55..44 ..r.I the three yard line and broke'
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At the end of a hard fought The touchdown was set u p crashed over from two yards Cllr W .mnllr. thin.. I.u..r0611".551./.1 lip ....:'10. s on a .7. yard run for
{ contest, Lake City came autos when Lake City came out on out for the touchdown. DonaldFalcon' II..*. 105015 ,""' .... 11 another touchdown just bef o r e
d of PAT kick alight.ly Ice.M.ry.Illy .._ i 1 Ys so. .... .11. 05 the half ended. Extra point 1
punts.
top of a 21-13 score and grabbed top of an exchange was L.M JortMt (II rail Nkkki "II 1
wide to the right to make It M..14 ItIMI. NMMII, 5555 N tries failed on both after Cor- ::1 .
NwrlMn (I MM "< JortxO tMWe
7-1 with t.39 left In the second *. bin added the one on Milts' run. i!
.,..... A'mr It run) tick .11", I The Indians ran almost at will ''
a Trenton,. BranfordPlay ; period. Drive Slapped I Falcon, (I run) klcK' ,,,.... on the Invading Panthers, cal-That sion.Chlrfland. made It 21 .7 at Intermis BRAKE $119\t\ ) I

Starke took the second half InI I

Contest kickoff and drove 13 yards,with Outlasts the third quarter slowed, somewhat scoring onlyon SPECIAL
0-0 Bronson J
the club
Falcon
\ j directing onlyto a 12 yard effort by Mills

''one be stopped. at the Lake City I Earl Cannon ran ever the point Hee'. why IV* pcM I''
line.The rfr
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for I Its and It was U 7. ,
Tren ton Trenton, bidding
ml TRENTON The Tornadoes failed to score I Remove front wheels adjust brakijX
Tigers and Branford Puce battled fourth win of the season, push in two cracks at the one, and Hawthorne 26-18 In the last quarter the indiana
to a scoreless deadlock ed into Bue territory several the Tigers took over. On third counted twice on one yard | Repack Front Wheel blaring/

Friday night In a non division times but lacked a scoring I [down at the one, Falcon fumbled smashes by Cannon as C-o a ch |X Check groan nil i
game between two Suwan- punch, also. and lost three yards and BRONSON The Branson borne on a 10-yard pass from Doyle McCall played al m eat '
pee Conference teams. Pass Interceptions cropped up then Agner bulled back to the I Eagles outlasted Hawthor n e' s Allison to Cllland. everyone on the squad. y Add brake fluid and road teat

I The host Tigers and visiting I to halt both clubs when they one on fourth down. Hornell 2 -lS Friday night to allow Bronaon needed Its last scoreto I
Puce traded drivel during the I moved deep Wilson caught I Lake City then marched 99 the defending River I land ko the verdict as Hawthorne The win Improved ChaVflsnd'i I Take Your Cir When The Experts In '
to no avail. Bran lord five aerials for 127 yards for Conference champs to regainthe record to 0 I with one game
game yards down the field for a touch.down trailed only 20-11 until Davis ...ForAHSmlcoWjrl!
reached Trenton's three yard Trenton to spark much of the and took a commanding loop lead In the taut three. counted to lock up the infxirtant', remaining against WUllaton next

line Just before halftime but Tigers' offensive. 14-0 lead with one minute left way battle for the title. victory for Coach John I! Rut- week. I

the clock ran out to spike that Grady Jones and Cliff Mikell In the third quarter. i Bronson now leads with a 1-1 ledge's team. Hawthorne woo) ..... W __
threat. again were defensive leaders Mangel and Harrison rippedfor 'mark to 1-1 for Hawthorne. the previous meeting betweenthe c iiiiIN GOODYEAR /

The Bucs also got to the for the Tigers. big gains Mangel 31 and Cedar Key Is 1-1 and still has two clubs. 50,1....., .__ III I Ico.
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Trenton seven in the third period The Tigers, coached by John 11 and Harrison 10 20 as the s game remaining with Bran -, it ru.Cll" H | ii. run um 725 N. MAIN ST. PHONE J72-JJJ7. '

but the Tigers' defense Rowe, will close out their season -Tigers needed only 10 plays to son. A victory for the Sharks Score by quarters ruralCo., OrtM. |tum ii. ruw*, VMI I. rwil IraniJxwtait mimm 1 0,.. M*.. Mm Tkw*., 11....'JO ,."
stiffened and held. I In a game at Mayo next cover the distance. would throw the race Into a Hawthorne _.. 0 0 I I II .- ",Mut (I, nun PAT -..... 11.-..s a..ta.ti 0 e.ni..tl MFORECASTSHOWERSCOLOER

Late in the game Branford Friday night ( Mangel smashed the final !three-way tie. Bronson .. .. 1371139.. I.11. I

had a surge that reach Trenton' Score by quarters [yard for the score, and Nelson Two first-quarter touchdowns -
20 but was stymied on a Trenton 0100 0 again kicked the PAT. mad. the difference for Bran\
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pus Interception by Danny Branford 000 0- 0 Came Back son. Bill Schoasler ran M yards

10ft. Starke took the ensuing kick. for a score and Johnny Griffin

off and raced to a quick touchdown passed to Morris Moody for the
_ Friday Grid Scores to get back In the thick extra pointSchoesler
of things. came back for a IS-

I"e" i0000L. 000'0..111.' It.M4..N._'_1T. .n..- e Falcon capped the drive with yard Jaunt for Branson secondTD. Bo Prepared for Ail Kinds

Yen,. II. 0_5.K.so. Csw ar44eLM. I WMMr .._ 35. T0n05 ,5.0055100 a brilliant all yard scamper Hawthorne counted 0..a a
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O) Nets fork ffltnu fairs dampened Investor enthu widened as Federal Reserve 200
the prevailing Influenc Bank of New York and Dr.
THOMAS E. M
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ULLANEYes last week were domestic. Marcus Nadler Joined the warning
N. Y. Times Financial These Included the uncertain chorus. i1-

editor steel situation, the
wage-price
270
Earlier: economists Arthur
NEW YORK The stock: of national rail-
possibility a
F, Burns, :Roy I.. Reierson and
market was becalmed last week: road shutdown, the widening i
Gabriel Hauge, among others \ en Yee e n.1 iIe ri
by continuing economic crow strike at Ford and increasingstrains '
bad hoisted
danger flag
of tecuriUei, 231 ,
currents. Prlcei on corporate profits asto '
And a week Walter Heler
fluctuated as trading failed I a result of spreading wage and the administration's ago chief- i2f terpuCalln. 11 m ,
develop a pattern. price Increases. economic lint. Oer, IS
adviser
c o needed 221
Tax loss ..eu.in.
markedthe Had there been no salutary that price Inflation might I be 211 ;

ninth successive Week offsetting factors, the market the nation's main economic ZZti I

week might have taken a severe problem In the next five 32s smell eLe

of virtually la plunge. It was buttressed, however months. 224 a handsome and colorful Christmas design plastic Table Cover

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Unlike the have been calling for monetary I
attitudes.
consumer

precedingweek, whenuncertainties Meanwhile, uneasiness over 'restraint Nadler maintains to combat that the a danger.policyof -. And the small amounts you save'each week In,your Christmas

In International af,. the threat of renewed Inflation relative credit ease Is no longer f' NEW YORK Club will add gaiety to your next Christmas, with a check to pay-
TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, NOV. 13
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desirable. He tended to min. Cel K.. Ttrt TIM all your shopping bills.
mlze the effect of tighter moneyon Low Close ;
JOE HANNON High NetChg.f
business activity, saying thata 25 Rails HeU4 144.66 145.51 Up .18
SAYS: slowdown In the .ILICT THI AMOUNT IIIIDIO cute IACN Wane
temporary 25 Indust. 901.27 892.04 895.65 off .61 IOR reds seonPINe IOR II WIRK5MN
"Hava you had on Insurance chack-up rate of economic growth, "wouldbe 50 Stocks 523.75 5IS.35 520.58 off '.21 ...
If recently?" See o profauionol Independent a small price to pay to prevent
'Iniuronca Anent tomorrow I Look for the an Inflationary boom." ra.N c..
"Big 'I" toll' 101.N a.NN.N
Phone 1-tfOl a.Nas
Economic readings last week
I NATIONAL PROTECTION WEEK were mixed, and the stock mar.Ket' loath
Nar. 1-14
Irregular movement re- brie'
fleeted the confused picture. business Join Today atGUARANTY

MODERNIZEYOUR I Favorable Indications were

I that Inventory accumulat l a --- 11m
had shown a nice bulge In Sep FEDERALSAVINGS
FICURE WORK tember after a three m on t b Heads Dealers service were also presented.
period of steadiness and that T. J. Hawes, head of HawesPoweri I
consumers had sharply Increased Motor X here has PROMOTEDA
WITH THEBEAUTIFUL
I their Instalment debt been elect e d r* .r....II> former Gainesville resident & LOAN ASSOCIATIONOf
the month. chairman off, J has been promoted In aNew '

lllii ilJJ But steel production In durln'l vllle the Jacksonfl Region Herbert Orleans E. Spencer bank. a grad-I Gainesville, 220 North M oin Street, Phone FR 2-8494

est week declined and retail ChryslerPly uate of Gainesville High
NEW! REMINGTON ales last month suffered a 3 mouth Dealer School and the University of 1
cent from the : 'Chartered and Supervised b>
per drop preceding Council, 4 Florida, last 1
reprejsenting week was SAVE IY THE 20th
named United States Government'Each
i t tin he
10-KEY ELECTRIC ADDING MACHINE month. dealers assistant to the president at I 4101
Wall Street traders have taken Florida and | the Federal Intermedi ate, ) Annum Account Insured Up To OF ANY MONTH,

y New efficiency. new economy. new elegance enter your a bearish view of the steels Georgia.The Credit Bank of New I 10000.00 EARN FROM THE
office witft tbe> .nlngton Model 4 Adding Machine. You get fast council Is I He Is the son of orielns'j Compounded Free Parking In R.or-
addition, enbbtctlon multiplication, division, and credit lately on two accounts: the obvious
lalance Thanks one of 23 reHawes P. Spencer, former director Semi-Annually Drive-In Window FIRST!
answers with amazing eaiel to the Dexterity desire of President John- of
Keyboard Power Controls. and exclusive advanced son to discourage any price Increase gtonal groups throughout the the Florida Agricultural Extension -I "A Federal Savings Institution"
operating features.Far Inclinations by the industry country Newly elected council Service
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Remington Model 4 10-Kty Adding Machine! $))4t.SO plus tax tough bargaining loom the National ChryslerPlymouth -
ASK TODAY FOR A FREI ON.THE.JOITEST, Dealer Council at Its semiannual !-
in steel talks
wage meeting Nov. 17-11 In
Cell FR 23411MORGAN THE GOOD
All The,rallroadsi problems arose Detroit. ? THINGS
Open Day from the 27 cents an *hour SALES MEETINGJim

,gslSATURDAY' wage pact urged last week by 1 Wilcox, Jr., of G a I n es-
government panel for 400,000
vllle attended a national sales
"Serving Central Florida nonoperating railroad employes meeting held by the Agricultural
r For Your satisfaction over terms of the
Since 1935"Complete Division of American Cyanamid
,three .,
year agreement among
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Shopping : "' In Miami recently.The .
Line of ) nnny
I some railroad unions has posed
Convenience I purpose of the meeting was
903cNSMAIN the strike threat. The carrier
II to give Cyanamid sales representatives
ST.
have said they can afford n 0
a refresher course on
further cost increases. I
existing products and to a c- ,
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and programs which will be of.fered .
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WASHINGTON (AP) Although

i I 1 I members of six unions
art ready to strike most of the
I ation's major railroads Nov

,,23, the head of a presidential include a BIGELOW carpet
emergency board which studied
d I the dispute said he believes
there will be no strike.
I Former Philadelphia Mayor
t Richardson Dilworth was quoted
by radio station WRCV-NBC yep

Iin Philadelphia as saying that

1. the dispute would end up In the ty Hfx
CARL TURLINGTON IIKIUS s.RIVERS ,White House and that the strike .iA
1514 N.W.I3th St.Galnaavilla
2615 NW. 6thStGalnaivlll
,threat Is "Just formal negotiation
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Federal mediators plan to
continue talks with both sides In
the dispute over wages and
'fringe benefits Monday In Chiago. -

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I The six shop unions num-
Homeowners have problems: bering more than ISO.000 men
ben, are free to walk off their
I after For deep, ilnk-in luxury, cozy comfort, stunning beauty. ,
jobs midnight Nov. 11 nothing compares with
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Uri/HtAUHMOMIVCAftNtHm signalmen) are alas Involved In

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