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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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Delays Lie AheadIn Hit-Run Accident KillsYouth







I Satellite ShotsCAPE I ; Woman Is Held


KENNEDY Fla. (AP) weather satellite, an orbiting The National Aeronautics and
America's scientific satellite solar observatory and an Ex. Space Administration's Goddard

program has !been slowed serI- plorer radiation sensing pay- Space Flight Center is trying to

ously by problems with a new load. solve the third-stage problem.It an Another
third stage on the once reliable These delays In turn will also Is looking for a possible j. 'V.
Delta rocket. cause postponement of follow-on substitute motor. "'f

Three Delta launching scheduled Delta shots. Only two launching The third stage, called the :' ; Boy HurtCritically
In October and November here available for the t
pads art X258, Is 59 Inches tall, weighs ,j I
apparently will be delayed until rocket, the workhorse boosterfor S78 pounds and burns solid fuel.It t
1965. They are the Tiros ( medium-size satellites. has been used four times on

Delta rockets and not once has
it performed as Intended. How. ByNORMLaCOE
1.tJ ever, three of the aatellltes SUB Staff Writer
achieved orbit, and two the One brother died and the oth-

Syncom 3 communications pay- ll"tlpiti er was critically Injured early
Sunday night when they were
i Sri.tt load and the first Interplanetary
Monitoring Platform IMP-1 truck down by a hit and-run

are operating as planned.An driver as they "knelt In the
Explorer ionospherestudysatellite street repairing a flat on theta

,
antique car
failed to orbit and IMP.
2 achieved such a low orbit that Mason Eric Marvel, IS, was
most of its Instruments are not dead on arrival at Alachua General -

providing useful data. Hospital and his brother,
John Kirkland. 17,1 la In critical
A space agency spokesman
condition. Both students at
wert
said engineers believe the X25I
P. 1C. Yongt School.
High
is "tipplng-off" and "coning.
They are the sons of Mr. and
Tlpping-off is a term to describea
Mrs. Mason Marvel of UU NE
.
slight Jar when the X25J separates .
20th Place, Marvel an agri.cultural
r
from the second stage, y
assistant at the I'nlver-
knocking It off line. Coning
ally of Florida.
means that it travels In spirit
The car which hit the brothers
1; fashion Instead of on a straight
fled Into the night, but police .
f line.The are holding a woman they
demanding missions assigned believe was the driver

to the Delta rocket may ., L ii Gainesville, polk,' Ire holding
have extended the stage beyond 44 year-old Mrs. Hate!

its tapsbility.IMP All by Himself Smith Reyes, 840 NW 36th St,
-:, for example, was to for Investigation of a hit-and-

have shot into an orbit with a Rod Zamotln of Miami, 45-year-old part-time Inventor hat patented a wheelchairthat run felony.

high point of 161.000 miles. It climbs stairs, a device that may five the crippled hope of Independence from Mrs. Reyes' husband N sales
reached only 59,000 miles. The
,lrti X258 has satisfactorily family and friends. Here Zamotln'a non-ln-law Donald Whitney, rides the chair up the representative In Gainesville for
performed Dade County Courthouse ateps. the New York Mutual Insurance
on four occasions, howev. company.

er, when It has been a segment Her driver's license was r*>

of a smaller Scout satellite Typhoon Airliner voked early this year after a
Hits Nev.
rocket whose assignments call charge of driving while Intoxl-
WAGGIN" WELCOME FOR PRESIDENT for low orbits which relatively
Ire sated police said, but 'pp r.
Beagles Him and Her and collie, Blanco easy to achieve. ThreatensViet ntly has been restored.

Police Chief William D. Join
Peak 28 Perish
; er said there ta no Indication

f Johnson Gets Warm GreetingHouse' NamSAIGON Mrs.Sunday Reye night was Intoxla' t e d

South Viet Nwn LAS VEGAS N.y. AP) lions, buffeted ty wind and Police and a witness after the
Wreckage of an airliner that Mla snow** ',..s
pw. 'Return SAP) Another typhoon bits accident, John Wiegman, SIM
Ori to White down today on South Viet Na s's mountain peak In a storm Sheriffs units/ reported spotting NW Ito Ave., sketched this ascount. '\

central coast area, still not recovered last night was found this the twin-engine<< plane about .

from floods In which morning. Sheriff deputies said 7 a.m., after searching all night The Marvel boys, dressed In
WASHINGTON AP President line the Council of Economic Advisers }
( ) alongside helicopterramp. all M persons aboard were In the drier
nearly 7,000 persons drowned area near Arden. slacks and sports shirts, slopped
Johnson, back in the White to return to a professorship at dead.
and hundred thousands
of were Searched were directed to their antique black sedan at the
the of Minnesota.The .
House for the first time since The others, most of them University left homeless. The propjet Bonanza Airlines the area by a motorist who north edge of pavement In the

his big election victory, got a White House employes, some In President had only one The new storm was expectedto plane vanished during a told officers he saw the plane Uffl block, NW lth Ave., aftera ,
backyard welcome Sunday night work clothes then formed a announced-in-advance appointment hit the coastal: resort of Nha- snowstorm just before It was skimming the ground In awhirl blowout They got out to
from Cabinet members, staff narrow aisle through which the today, to participate in the trang where Typhoon Joan due to land on a flight from of snow eight miles southof change the lire.A .

aides, children and dogs. Johnson walked Into the executive noontime swearing In of Arthur caused wide devastation earlier Pboenli. the city. The witness said they removed the wheel
mansion, handshaking all M. Okun as a member of the this month. Emergency measures Searchers spotted the) wreckage the plan had on. wheel down, nuts, a eat cam out of the early t
A crowd of several hundred, the way. Council of Economic Advisors. were taken In the city of shortly after dawn. II If it were trying to land. dark and stuck the two boy I

headed by Secretary of State Okun fills a vacancy left by 15,000 where several U.S./ Installations flew to the The Fairchild F27, Bonanza and the old sedan I
Dean Rusk, gathered at the The President'apparently had the resignation of Heller. John are located.A Helicopters bodies scene Airline's Flight Iii from Phoe The boys were dragged or
and to
south portico to greet the President !"- no advance word of the very son elevated Gardner Ackley, a U.s. weather expert said lower began level flying a nix Aria., was three minutes hurled 100 feet west by the Impact .. .

and Mrs. Johnson as they Informal affair. council member, to the chair. Kate, third typhoon to strike the from a landing at McCarran .
arrived by helicopter on the final Someone handed him the manshlp. central coast this fall is expected The scene Is about II miles Field when it vanished from the The car which hit them aped
southwest of Las
leg of a trip from their de- Vegas near radar screen at 127 p m off Into the night.
leashes his Him to cause heavy damage
of beagles,
two
Johnson's two-week stay at the railroad community of Ar-
In Texas.
ranch home
The plan was heading northeast An area resident called
and Her, soon after he alighted, spite precautions. an
his ranch home left him tanned den.
In the flood US./ military dropping down into the ambulance and police, and the .
,
"My, said Johnson, "It's so and he kept the dogs In tow on rested and in fine humor. area The terrain Is so rugged In \
said Viet mounlsln-rimmcd Las Vega boys were token to the
nice to see all of you. the trek to the house. sources Cong hospital.
guerrillas were waylaying villagers that area that Jeeps could not valley lor an Instrument land- The police report cam in at i
Johnson Is expected to remain Even Blanco, the first fami CommissionTo at roadblocks and selling reach the Ken Ing. 7.23pm.:

In Washington only a few days ly's white collie, who has a rep Sheriffs Lt. William Witte Sheriff's officers said Bob Police at tilt scene gathered

and hopes to spend much of the station as a loner, Joined In the Discuss food.A Defense Ministry spokesman aid four helicopters were Baker, a Us Vegas man, told evidence that a light/ colored
next seven weeks at his hill- welcome. said the Communists killed working In bllnard-Uke condl- (See CRASH ea Page S) 'IS** FATAL ea Page I) ;

country ranch near Johnson ISO Vietnamese soldiers lad
Johnson hadn't been home Taxes
long when he made a quick trip TonightThe week and made off with ZMweapons.
City.Rusk He said the Viet Medical
Cong
and other Cabinet to the State Department Missionary
mem- by ear Stayed
1964 tax roll and a bers and their families were the to drop In on a farewell party on tax payments are and lost .cap'lured
first to greet the Johnsons, set for Dr Walter W. Heller, who among numerous Hems facing weapons.A
ting up an Informal receiving has resigned as chairman of the the Gainesville City Commission US. helicopter pilot was
wounded by Viet Cong ground With Patients Due Execution
tonight. fire Sunday while attempting to ,

Although the agenda Includesthe gt flood victims out of an Isolated

ITVITED FUND BITLLETINBy proposed bousing code, city region In the Qul Nonh LEOPOLDVILLE: the CongoAP Evangellque de LTJbangl which the 'foot of a monument Lu

KXrrf AUSTIN 1 ,, Gaaeral t\ 'IaA 1 IW ca..Pij officials said today they doubted area. On Saturday a UJ. Armyofficer ( ) Dr Paul Carbon, an has Its headquarters at the Cov. mumba.
that the code would come off was wounded when" his American medical mlmlonary errant World Mission In Chlcago. Mora than 1,000 foreigners
the Bnfinlshed business list because armored carrier hit a mine In who refused to abandon !his Con. bi the rebel lone, Including arestill

Now Is the time for all good men and women of the length of the agenda Vlrih Bind Province gnleae! patients behind rebel They said Cartoon's only mil) more than U Americana
'
to come to the aid of their community. lines Is to be executed la StanIryvUlo -
Most of t the
tary experience was a two-year trapped Ameri.!
Now Is the time for all good men and women today, a rebel broadcast
,
Three citizens have asked to hitch bi the Navy between 1M cans are missionaries or teachers -
to come to the aid of the United fund of Greater WHERETO announced.The at
address the commission. Karl and 1141. Stanleyville's Protestant
Gainesville.Now Lundgrea will discuss civil defense rebels charged Cartoon University five Americans
Is the time to volunteer services so FIND IT Chrlstophc Gbeny. ..If- ,
your from the US.
; Mrs. Grace McIntosh M, was a major In the UJ. consulate In Stan.
that greater Gainesville may once again benefit Claimed president of the Com.munlatbacked .
IryvUl have been
will talk about traffic on West armed forces.I held more
from the many health welfare and character-building; services provided University Avenue and lH. Comics: . 12 "Congolese" Peoples than two months
by our member t'nited: Fund agencies.In tftt,rflitmor 11 ( Washington the Pentagonsaid Republic" bi Stanleyville,
short we need workers on our houaediv1alon who Boyles will discuss parking at 01 1t.,1e. . 2 Stanley Is not a militaryman. announced last month that Carton

will be willing to can on their neighbors to solicit funds. Win you the Federal Building. Opinion fee . 4 .) was being held m the rebel EarthquakeFch
help The commission meets at trim .L10 U'". Embassy officials ta Leo- capital availing trial

Please contact Mrs: Les May or bits James E. Clayton to volunteer 7.30 p.m. at the Utilities: Operations We"weds . J toldvUI said Carlson. JII, belonged la Chicago, Dr Arden Alm-

your services. Center, IS SB fch Av,. to the Protestant mission quit executive secretary of in Calif.

Covenant World Mains" said
Carlson "definitely I 11 not a spy SAM FRANCISCO CAP) A

Adults 'Bitten Education Prt( of his difficulty may be series' of earthquakes rumbled) "
by Bug'EDITOR'S ttul w* hire radio eunmunJe.OII along California's a alne-counly area alnng

between our various ml*. central coast Sun.
elms station and we tare day sight' centered bi the

By DR. ROGER W. WORD cent) was from professional sing t4arlti e,." M appears we of Ihos surveyed were engaged transmitters," he said. sparsely populated' Santa Crux

WruseeF* technical, and related occupation are butt for Me. to some form of stlf-orgjiwd Car_ I II the tint whit for. Mountains' about M milts south

( NOTE: Dr. lUg- The AMciafed Press *. Second came craflamen If Otto I r die ease the rwUtuuons study ,"",,11II. There ease some tlgmrr rebel leaders have **. of Sao rr andIco.

er W. Aifcrd. ..tMr" lab ST. PETERSBURG (tAP and foremen. Lowest ea the list rwldiag adult education todkauoa thai many we of dared executed.Thou.aMe A I'nJvtrsliy of California
AiMdalri Press series oa IkeexpaadlBg More adults west to school last had better r" up for the tidal .,114 recast development of Congolese haw aelamolofM said the heaviest.
tarn laborers
represent.
world tf edits es-- year than went to major league were big cent of perudpentaat wan ef ktqu blare adults miss Sixty ens per cent ef all bees jmirtJmd. Central governent shock: regjattrtd between I and
one
caUse la a vhitiag ajMclaleprWesMT baseball game T. be exact, adult par education. More than will be seeking knowledge\ a coarse as foreign lucnage troop who recaptured It oo tine luckier seal which
ef a** oeweaUoa at the score wa* School 25 miOkM, cent had at duce to better Ihemoehe, sad were studied without the benefit Undo, capital of Maokna placed the destructive WO San
one-third ,
or
FWda State UaJventty.: *a baseball 8.4 miWoo least school per education keep abreast ethe chaactoftart. ef anal Instractioa. U cbubC- Province, found the foot of a Francisco earthquake at I B.
.. a Ugh ,
lute trtia the latonity: And the Nauoaal Opinion Ro and cent had the idly. tide reflects, at least in monanwot to the/ |law Pitrlr The shocks: la San Franciscowere
1< eqnl.
Wiac*.iia El**** DUtatoe. toMifwaikee. Beat Center reported from the per of Scene Mleatioa ef the adult's part, the recent campaign Uonurob, the Congo' extrtm. the city's worst since a
talent ( four college
New leacktog' sdeqelseatim I'ntventtr el Chicago, S md- training.ft o. years Manger to cMUsne abarpsotaa; promote language kastractiaa by lat first premier blackened and 1IS7 tremor with a Richter magaftude -
ehnce tfkrwgk UerwUa boa of these school gslag g fee mind and to keep up with sneaae ef record and book of.IfiIatnIdIIIL cracked by heat whrr rebel of SI Injured pmona
tatwrte he CarttoehgI'aiventty adults were doing" H for fua ., appear from the study that sew fla Sofia Is show by the The ianfuag* had burned hundreds of Congo.lauv and reused several minion dot- .
: Stadte. Atfcwd la a sclf-UBprovemetn. rather tow DOM wilt have some educate*) high deem ef **.....,. Wide rafemc !limit awtMbudry reflect *. lars damage.

"I k.... ctawiuat to Ik* as Iuili- sort students.. dost stop bat rather toad to carat edMcatioaal: pursutfe are the rapid expaostai lor.eigjs Message, filtering out of lIMo Sunday algBl's shocks were

....) By far the largest number ofpertidpaata seek nan -..r.1art -. Whe we carried ea withal a* bsruto&a ...... kyvtO say batches ef Conga brief, larting but about four sec.eds. .
sumyed UJ per btttea by the bog of -conua- al ........ aearty eae-ttuH Cite ADU.TJ; Page tl lew art killed there each day at .


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I. Gainesville )un _Monday. November_ 16} 1964


in the NEWSBriefly. Open House Weather Roundup UF GainsIn ALBERT'S HAVING

W MI M MM M MI H h*

At Sunland Moot tl

w.w..u.Five B A BAD TIME AGAIN

This Court MeetLaw I tabllshed week long !
Sunday The tightest of the University a vigil to

ZONES of Florida's security measures -'guard the student mascot until j

Sunland Training Center will students from the University were placed around Albert, Saturday's football match be- I

observe! National Mental Retardation BCD generally fair tonight of Florida won the 14th the UF alligator\ mascot, this I tween Florida and Florida State j

Week with an open and Tuesday. Low tonight 1"0 annual regional round of the National I weekend. I Is history I

uF house Sunday. 1 In the mid 60s. High Tuesday u Moot Court competition University police reportedover Student body spokesmen noted
80 to 85. Easterly winds J to Friday In Atlanta. the weekend that two unsuccessful after was dumped
Tours will begin at Hope that paint on
I 4 miles per hour. The three man team will attempts were made,
Chapel at 1, 1:30: and 2 p.m. A Albert Friday, a car with a Tallahassee
.rlly cloudYlliid
'rouOllTuOldAY. compete in the national competition to abduct the seven foot saurian.
with staff members conducting Low tonight M ao.. Hlthund
.y 7, n n. iMttrly winds I it M in New York in mid.Deember. (Leon County) tag
the tours and explaining the It miift par hwrII Student government and fraternity was seen parked near the aliii \ -
of I P 14 I ..wr.ey ear Ioolgh' and
program care, teaching and .w.a.r. Low t.l.ht_ 1ft mid 601, NohTu..d.y UF team members Robert R. I leaders Friday night es-i gator's .pen. _
rehabilitation In the oldest ofFlorida's In mid Irately winds 15to H
sues per Hour FeagIn, Gerald F. Richmat. and
four centers for re- J C- Pirtly r a v( H
: t''d Brian C. Ellis coached
tardees. sd.y with brltf ; morning were by;
._.... Low tonight 70 to 75. High I w waw..j faculty advisor Fletcher N. Burns
Urges
1U01d.y U. winds
Children accompanying t h elr 544,5 Par .....,luttrly. I'I Baldwin Jr.Richman .

"1 l f fa parents will be entertained with lu.... 'odoy.ALMANAC. .... warm. ,4alaao'TIMPIRATIIRI5 received a silver- a
movies In the Sunland C e nter lunrIM tomorrow ".54 ..... ILaawoeoeNMw bowl for the best oral argument Give Posts

i gymnasium. Moo Moon Icmow.. ... 4.55.5.pull Nov laTh 7'1 Low 61 ProdJokmovla5 .".2fMI..I in the final round and the team
W 9fd two orlghtttt .,... In tnt ..II In T....... 75 N also was Judged the winner in
Under Sunland'f th ort Cwtlla sod ID 13 rlAt.t
To
progress v e Negroes
plea.r1uI'1up on IM rlgnt, ta 73 II preparing the best trial brief.
e programs In .mental retardation, much brig.... thin G.p.lla.GANESVILLE Now OrlMniBoilon 50 II ot M ,4r Stetson Law School was run

1 9 the center's academic program : WEATHER Now raw N It nerup and will also compete in TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
k .
4 4 offers training through the sixth Municipal Airport readingsfor WnnlnftMlChlcogo M 'I ele the December New York com executive director of the National I
b n a i o
1 grade; for the less severely retarded 24 hours to S a.m. today: DonvorLot..... City ao se .MPt. petition.PUCtoIIcar. I Association for Advancement

children. High 80 degrees at 2 p.m.; worth 7s r .01 of Colored People says
Training on grooming, homemaking -low 68 degrees at 6 am. AnotlMMill* ".7 .a M Governor elect Haydon Bums
skills, and other aspects Rainfall I
.18.MAiINI
: : CIDAR
.er lilY TIDSSTuiidiy ,has 385,000 reasons for putting
of social living also are ., .
'O..CAITI.'orty .
High 12 21 a n ma
Iven. Students proceed at their woes I to .Is Cools Mrsush 11:17: ,m. Uw it I.M t m. .wl .:it 'some dark faces" in state government
[ T_.,. Partly cloudy 8m.
posts.
own pace In the learning process ArgumentsOn
with little consideration for That figure Roy Wilkins told
the time It takes. I I Day ForecastTemperatures the Florida branch of the

Another unusual program .t Rates NAACP Sunday, represents the
Sunland Is the Vocational and will be three to Normal lows are from 45 toSS number of Negroes registered to

Rehabilitation program. A b out six degrees above normal. in the north and 55 to 15 Inthe TALLAHASSEE (APThe vote in the state

r 200 trainees, specially selected Warm temperatures will continue south. Rainfall will be light Public Utilities Commission will Negro voting strength exercised

IAP Wlr_'. lo mo sun, on the basis of physical and until the latter part of the I with amounts generally less than accept arguments by Florida in the Nov. 3 election,
mental ability, are working outside I one quarter inch. A few light electric Wilkins added, also should Induce
= power companies on
Benefit
Dying Child week when a cool trend Is expected Burns to the
showers "put screwsSt
Center under the supervision are expected along the: what types of rates should
Normal highs apply on" and other Book Baby
of counselors. range southeast coast the first of the In certain apartments.The Augustine
A crowd of 400 four time the population of Later they also participate In from 70 to 75 in the north and week and some showers in the arguments will be for either areas where Negroes contend I Mrs. Lucy Ibbotion, 31, displays -
the Southern Indiana village of Derby-was on hand ouftlde recreation, and U sufficient from .75 to 80 In the south north by the end of the week. I ( business or residential that the civil rights movement her newborn son, Charles,

tat a benefit to help defray expenses for Yvonne adjustments are made rates In cooperative and condominium is making little,headway. for' the camera. Charles Is the
fJBryant, 3r/s-year-old girl who) In dying of leukemia. they may eventually return to apartments.The "'I would hope that the new ninth child for Mrs. Ibbolson
f harles O'lIryanl.leCt. her father, hand a bar of Ice their: homes. More commission said Fridayit governor of Florida-who is not who delivered the I'j pound

.cream to the child a* they met and thanked those 'I Last year more than 1,000 persons .4boutAdults ordered five companies todayto terribly popular In some circles, boy with the aid of a textbook.

: who contributed $500. : visited Sunland'i open submit written arguments on I understand-would reason with Hn. Ibbotson was checked by

house. why residential rates, which are the leaders of St. Augustine to doctors at Colorado General

EXPLAINS lower than commercial rates, help Florida change its Image," Hospital and congratulated by

1 Associate Justice William J. Control Bd. I should not apply to such equipment Wilkins said. the physicians for her expert
Brennan Jr of the U.S. Supreme From Page 1 as washing machines and The situation at St. AugustineIs handling of the birth. All the
Court says the court's other appliances used by all occupants "Intolerable," he said, and the other children in the Ibbolson

decision on school prayer was Plans 'HELP'Caravan On the other hand, nationally and recreatIOnal subjects. Sub- of a Jointly owned build- NAACP Is Joining with other na- family were gorn I nth hospital .
I'falthful to our society's judgment. It was found that relatively few jecll we think of as traditionally Ing. tional civil rights groups in an under normal clrcumstanc-

." I adults are educating themselves academic education accounted ; The commission said residential -effort to keep tourists away es.

The court enjoined govern. via'television. Vast areas of the for only 12.5 per cent of the toU.S. rates would apply If the from the city.

(dental Institutions from requir. are not yet covered by tal. following four conditions were I WilkInS' said President Johnson

Ing prayers in the public BOCA RATON (APThe) I ETV though most major cities Participants In great books met: All power must be for the who captured an estimated Baby Sitter
are. courses and owners benefit 90 per cent of the Negro vote, i
ichools. State Board of Control will send current events ; no power cabe
: Brennan speaking Sunday out a caravan of educational 1 Educational TV can be picked study groups represented two sold or rented; separate would be asked to return the favor

Right at the Jewish Theological leaders next Friday "to stimulate i up In Florida through six ETV per cent of the total Itudled. metering and billing must be by withholding federal funds I Class Ending

Seminary of America, said a favorable climate for Legislative ,stations covering much of the The survey concludes that provided; and someone must be from localities where Negroes

many persons "have voiced approval of a program state with new stations planned. adults seek learning which will responsible for the bills are denied"equal rights Tonight will conclude the five

concern that the prayer decI- which will advance the cause of By analyzing the subjects per- help them In their work and tosons Florida, Wilkinson said, "Is class: sessions of the Baby Sitter
the elimination of life. They do not desire -- notorious for its lack of dark
sions portend higher education"The study after leaving high limplyschool faces state Safety Course sponsored by theWomen's
religion from every vestige of board gave Its final approval we learn that content of an extension or continuation of I In The He on commissions. Auxiliary to the Alachua
added
that
\ "there have
public life." to the Higher Education adult education Is not the lame high school or college edllcaIIln I been County Medical Society. The

.But, he said, In the religions Legislative Program (HELP) a.ta undergraduate day. tlon.. I I here,"great and (he Negro Indicated) voter gains course has been presented as a
ausu of the Constitution "our Pedro Alblin Campos, 73, d I In the ahead clearly community service In .
short meeting Friday In Boca Primarily a u I education years re-trllnlnll that Negroes cooperation
collective society has pro has been a prisoner In a hospital Raton. Afterward, board membrr studies were found to be non- for the job and learning for 1 Capitol I those for are willing to trade with the Gainesville. Alach
.votes social and I
punted Its own Judgment that room since 1951. The government I Cert Smith of Jacksonville credit (taken for their intrinsic leisure probably will come to omic gams. econ ua County Safety Council(

Its governmental Institutions of Puerto Rice has explained the program to the worth and Interest). Only ZI per dominate the programs a. adult "Burns," he >noted ,"will be I A panel discussion will feature
may not officially Involve relli Just pardoned the internetionally Florida Council of 100 and cent of all courses Involving in- educ.tlon.structlon WASHINGTON (AP) JohnA. running In ?, '" a sitter, mother of a sitter, per.
two "
again
gion In such a way as to prefer; known political leader sought Its aid In carrying It out. were taken for credit With leisure time expanding McCone, head of the Central Negroes want the years. son engaging the sitter and a

discriminate or oppress a par. He was jailed when his Smith said the caravan will toward I degree, diploma, or education for adults has just be- intelligence Agency says the fade away Wilkins said rac.lssue, and N to !member of the medical profession
ttcular religion or religion In followers, seeking Independence -
eneral." through violence, shot be made up of the presidents of certificate. gun to grow. We now are realiz- fall of Soviet Premier Khrushchev groes will vote as a bloc "only with ample time allowed
Florida's state universities, representatives Limited evening offerings and Ing that a. the queen said 10 surprised the Soviet under circumstances such !for questions and an answer
the U. S. Home ef Representatives as
up In 1954. of the Board of poor scheduling of credit classes Alice In Wonderland, "It takes Presidium as well as the rest of 'those posed by Goldwater" I period covering the entire t

Control, the state's Junior colleges Is slowly being remedied by col- all the running you can do to the world. 'I In a statement, the Florida course
HIGH HOPES the State Chamber of lelles and unlvenltles. Major stay In the lime place." The reason he said, Is that NAACP branch said "there will I A card will be awarded participants .

Commerce and the council of concentration of courses taken (NEXT Florida rich In''aea.. Khrushchev's enemies did not be no tranquality and no relaxation having attended the
Dr Jeanne L. Noble, an associate 100. were found to bf In vocational clew of adult education) themselves believe they had In our state effort until the majority of the classes.

professor It will visit seven cltles-Ml strength to remove him until demands for full freedom art Anyone having missed the

at New .ml, West Palm Beach, Tampa, they assembled In Moscow Oct ,met on all levels of government dais dealing with mouth to -
York Universi Orlando Jacksonville, Tallahassee 'Cigr Tryouts More About It mouth resuscitation 11'11be\ given

ty's Center for and Pensacola-during a McCone discussed the Soviet I The conference also urged Its an opportunity to learn the

Human Relations t tour beginning about mldFeb- Slated Nov. 16.17 situation In a talk before a Cath- members to use all public accommodations procedure tonight at the closeof
has high Nary, a week or two before the Crash olic University homecoming covered by law the session. A life size man-

hopes for herblueprint I Legislature convenes.At Tryouts for the third Gainesville banquet the first speech he called for implementation of the; nequln used for Instruction and

I for a dinner at each city, he Little Theatre production"Glgi" has made since becoming CIA President's war on poverty program practice, and an Instructor will

T the nation'sfirst said, caravan spokesman will will be held November From Page 1 director three years ago. ; and condemned efforts by; be available for this purpose.
job corps explain to local legislators and 16th and 17th at the Little Theatre extremist groups to Intimidate

for training women.centers She IL.Dr. Noble .+ civic leaders "the Importantrole at S p.m. This Is the successful them: "I was driving on High WASHINGTON (AP) Me- 'and create confusion among Ne- Art Techniques
education ha
has handed the 40 which higher Broadway play based on way II between I and S:30 pm. George Bundy, President John jro voters.
guideline -
and her page to assumed In education, research a novel by Colette The play when I saw a Bonanza plane, 70 son's special assistant on national Shown
resignation md economic of BoysThe
officials. She developments preceded the musical version to 100 feet off the ground, head- security affairs, says he Guitar
Washington hoPfsher
our state produced by Hollywood a few Ing southeast There doubts that France would Playing
lead residential were no ever I Club
will class
plans to Higher education receives no' I Boys' art -
Gardner Ackley ef Ann Arbor centers where I,MO females, higher percentage of Florida'srevenue l rears ago.Parts.are. landing lights on." One landing withdraw from the North Atlantic Class for meeting Saturday for the first

Mich, a member of the age ,11 to 21, can be aided In than It did 10 years available for five I gear was down. alliance. HoysFree time this year received basic
fruldcnt's Council *f Eco- breaking the dead end chain ago, Smith said. women and two men with some Baker's location was about France, he said, has demonstrated Instruction in instructions In various art
liar
excellent opportunities for char repeatedly It means to g u
pomlc Advisers since 1H2, of poverty. This the universities will where the plane last techniques.The .
was sight
year
playing Is now available
I acter women. No previous acting stay In the alliance which still Is at theBoys'
chairman of the class Instructed
named
va* leek from the Legislature 1188 ed on radar but his sighting Club each by !Mrs.
experience Is The successfully protecting Western Saturday .t
qroup by President Johnson KILLJOYWhile I million for operating budgetsfor necessary. gave; the plane a different direction 1:30: Ruthe Wright, Includes Normer
production will be presented Europe. But, Bundy added even p.m.During
Ge succeeds Walter W. Hel- Farmer Thomas Parker
Crown' Princess Mar- the next biennium, about : south Instead of north. Bobby
January 22, 23, 21, 29, and 30. If any nation should withdraw the first teaching session
Kerce
Carl
Benton Richard
(Jtr, .who reilgned. of Denmark danced at $71 million more than duringthe ,
garrthe and will be under the from the alliance he believes Saturday Instructor
biennlum. directionof Six to eight Inches of snow Devereaus. Tony Avila, Vic I
OUT a gay house partyIn London. present Alice Swanson covered the open desert countrynear ways would be found to protect Alan Wright explained tunl n gand Spencer Randy Moore Steve

STEPS Saturday night, burglars slipped Arden, and higher drifts the Interests and security of other basic chords. Abrams,, Robert Crowley, Eddie
Sudan's President Ibrahim, into her bedroom and got away More Blessed stalled members. Wright said
Aids many rescue-party cars the most Improved Simmons, Harry Walks, Rusty
Abboud bowed to pressure from, with her jewels. Henry Cray Bundy was interviewed on the students include Donald Harvey, Eric Benson Brad

trje civilian music Police and said dancing the noise covered of thethieves' the To Gh'c. .? Bar Newcomers Ford Theater I CBS "Face the Nation." Brooks, Darrell C I" e.and -! Easter Cus Melchert, Chris I

cabinet and re. r Jimmy Coburn, M Irk IClaeSfr. Bart Glaeser, Tommy
.
signed S u nday | v escape.DOCS ROME (AP) "It Will\ be a WASHINGTON: (AP) In a Clasaer, Danny Crowe, Ed Coburn Ricky Doucette, Rob-
TAlLAHASSEE L. Down
at president EYED beautiful memento for this occasion -Henry Closing harsh criticism of the "educa Kennedy, Tim Foster, Wayne ert Devereaus and David Ger
Jr. of lawyer
Gray, Gainesville -
and command-1 ," -said Pope Paul VI, tional establishment," Dr. Pope, Lynn Walden Ronnie ard.
chief of'' Sargent Shriver, director of will Instruct newly admit- WASHINGTON (AP) The
erJl! handing a 1923! first-folio editionof James B. Conant has called on Friedman, Charles Moo r e,
ted In admlnlstrat
I old
lawyers v e Ford's Theater
thearmed the Peace Corps, says the corpsIs Shakespeare to an aide, who building to the 50 states to join In a nationwide Steve Carson, Billy Ney-
foHJs. The 60- starting a program to send walked with It. law at a forthcoming practical be closed on Nov. 30 so that educational
\ promptly away policy. lands and Ken DanaU.
year old gen-1 a l r hundreds of doctors abroad on It was an embarrassing moment legal education. seminar set for I work may start on restoring the Conant, president emeritus of !
November II 20 in Tallahas
Jnjost health interior to its appearance the -
etal gave up projects. for members of Britain'n Harvard University !
,
emphasized
... :
night of April 11. 1865, when Find Man'sBody
of hispower Shriver said Sunday that Royal Stratford Shakespeare !see.The he was not referring lo a
last Abbovdimmth doctors worked overseas as volunteers company A member of the week long course, sponsored 'President Abraham Lincoln was national education policy to be

after 10 days of violent I or on assignment from company, Dorothy Tuun. bad annually since 1955 by the'lIIaaslna ltd. established and directed by the in WoodsA 1tO.Ne. o. souse.Aeeo .
sheet' demonstrations All pow the U.S. Public Health Service handed the books to the Pope !Junior Bar Section of The Flor-: Work will take about two federal government but rather ..,,- M .... l.al Ian f.Ma ..-
*t rests with the cabinet last :ida Bar, Is designed to help be- said Secretary of the Interior migrant Negro laborer, his ant 64 ,0d we lie
years
ngw year. for his blessing.In policy set up by the states. no* It ).. fm. on T.......,, n"i' .
the confusion immediately! ginning lawyers bridge the gap Stewart L Udatl Congress Conant set forth his views In anew throat cut, was found dead on a -'.. I', w.0 ou .ol.....n. ATOM loCIMKII .-
T A. M* 4
More About after a special performance given between law school theory and has voted $2,730,600 for book, to be published today, dirt road south of Hague this =...pr.a. aula""::":. -1.o the
for the Pope and many of the the actual practice of law. the restoration. -Shaping Educational Policy," morning, Alachua County sheriff cw5.rr w .. wnto.m.T .

2.000 prelates attending the Vat- I Cray, a law graduate of the The building now houses the (McCraw-Hill). 'I deputies reported. sods Plw.a n-m.

I z Fatal lean Ecumenical Council Pope University of Florida, Is a member Lincoln Museum and has little b it be urges that the alt regional The dead man Identified thue
Paul M mistook the $$40.000 of the Junior Bar Section's to Indicate that It was once a accrediting agencies! be far[ only as "Dave. apparently 1 Gainesville; Sun

book as a gift Board of Governors from the theater. During restoration the discredited" and that the influence was killed late Sunday night,

After a hasty explanation b, eighth Judicial Circuit He Is museum Itema will be placed to of such organizations as deputies said AAttd..d eeen s s .oaot
From Page 1 Archbishop John C. Heenaa, the I,also a member of the Eighth storage but later will be en die I the National Education Association I The Investigation la continuing. -. GI'CI 9Anaoy w.aw-
folio_was returned. Circuit Bar Association. I I play to the theater basement be minimized. ao.oNan.abe Mee Gu.wevlile 1ob-
sedan had been Involved. I|to the right front fender and .. G.trw..tN,. I 1012nd Floriflorid of.id .1

>t ( M p.m., according to wheel. The damage to the parted .r os'ed en 'real e5'
Chief Joiner Mrs Reyes calledpeke I I Student at UF Lower Than OffCampusGainesville If Nee Paw 0Ha w
and said she had struck I car la to the left rear bump.er Pay riON,5nIIe. *.
fender and wheel Joiner!
,
,
a tar on NW 8th Ave. She asked CUCVLATtOM IATIS IT

a police officer to meet her. said. merchants a r'l IT employes aa average of university Is 75 cents aa hour. underpaid on the basis of the high. Guests 01 MAIL
I WM
.4
Ofjicers told her to remain at Florida statutes provide that paying student employes more tin an hour while students The pay scale recommended bjr recommended salary scale Of 194 colleges and universities : I M... 15.asM
home, and went there. After beIn II a driver leaves the scene of than the tnivenlty! of Florida working on campus receive an the IF fc 75 cents for freshmen Eighty five per cent of me questioned bt the IT survey ,

] questioned, she was arrested an accident In which someone pays student campus workers average salary of U cents aa B cents for sophomores freshmen receive I higher salaries tt per cent pay higher ft* ..<4 mull M .utMCriptttr Kane*. awes
for investigation. has been killed this Is a felony the student newspaper reported hour. I I35 cents for Juniors and $105 for than the recommended 75 minimum wages than the university ; cod Audit lurvdu (4PEOPLE
Joiner said Mrs Reyes claims carrying a penalty of one yearin today. The report explained that In cena an hour and 11 per cent and 12 per cent equal the'

ihj has m knowledge that she prison, W.OOO fine or both. The Alligator, quoting a survey most cases the students wen The report noted, however. ol the aeniors receive more than iTS cents u !hour minimum; as La -a..ae. aal.Me. ar -Iyro .a
may have struck a person. If the driver ls Intoxicated, prepared by the student doing identical work at a different that 17 per cent 01 the Junior*''the recommended) salary.: None wage. -...e '- .IU IaaA
The evidence on the Reyes the statutes define this as man government secretary ol labor, salary scale. I and M per cent 01 the seniors of the students Interviewed I! Inhrerstty officials are expected J r a.---- .ww- sow ww..w

car shows considerable damage slaughter. aid local merchants pay their Minimum hourly wages at the working lot the university wen thought the wage scale is too I to study Uw report awn C .. aaa la ,a.

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,_November_ J", 4 _Geinesvill., Sun i J



I Duval, Countians Shaken From School Lethargy I



By F. T. MACFEELY ty" State Sen. John E. Mathews The seven points which are deficient unknown. There never has been versity Indicated Duval students
t JACKSONVILLE (AP-At the 1 What's the Answer? Walter failed In his argumentthat 'heads a commute of elected oficlals as outlined in a letter by his big a school system so close with acceptable scores on the
, point where their high schools taxes should be uniform. which has been exploring Herman Frick, chairman of the to disaccreditatlon In the Southern I statewide 12th grade tests and a
! are about to lose accreditation I I Problem I Since he assessed real estate school deficiencies for several Florida Committee of the accrediting Association and possibly! C average or higher in high
\ the people of Duval County have' Money Is Basic and tangible personal propertyat weeks. group and an education in no other section of the nation. I school could continue to get Into

1 finally shaken off an apathy that an average of 42 per cent of State Atty. William Hallowes professor at Florida State If accreditation taken away, :the two major state universities.
l, has frustrated efforts of years I past four years there have been : One road to Improvementcould I I full value, he said the same formula said the grand Jury already in University, are: graduates of the Duval schools : But they would not make any final
by a handful who tried to headit warnings from the accreditation come through a taxpayers' should apply to Intangible session decided to look Into the 1. Proper maintenance proce. would find It much tougher to I determination since the
off officials. lawsuit scheduled for final hear property. matter. dures are seriously inadequate.I IJ. get into colleges. 'schools are not disaccredited

i Since the Florida committee of They say the flaws are basically -ing starting Dec. 14 In Circuit Since he first ran for assessorIn A group known as the School Custodail care of buildings' Out of state schools in particular I now
too few teachers, Inadequate Court.. Walter has been a principal and grounds is seriously Inade
the Southern Association of Col- 1962, Bootstrap Committee formed and schools In Florida j Jacksonville University President -
maintenance and custodial work I It seeks to force Assessor for criticism by quate. private !
leges and Secondary Schools recommended target last year but failed to arouse would consider the loss of Robert H. said there
last Sunday that the plus shortages of textbooks and Ralph N. Walter to assess (those who wanted to get more much public Interest. I 3. Textbooks and other Instructional accreditation :I Spiro
I, 15 public high schools here lose Instructional material 'erty at "fair market prop.j money for the schools.Yet But the man who has been materials are inadequately educators aaldRegistrars an, Important fact would be more emphasis on various

their accreditation civic and Now that the public is aroused, Real estate and personal he campaigned! on a platform working longest to do something supplied. I[ college entrance test scores
business Jeaders have engagedIn the question Is: What can be erty currently Is assessed for tax featuring a pledge to protest about the downhill trend of the I 4. An Insufficient number of at the University of1 I I for students from nonaccreditedhigh
frantic activity. done? purposes at an average of 1164 homestead exemption and county schools Is Marvin Ed-:teachers particularly In feeder Florida and Florida State Uni schools.
Gov. Farris Bryant said Friday And the answer Is clear: Pro- per cent of value, says the suit was endorsed by the voters wards. Junior high schools and elementary

he might call a special session vide more money.Temporary brought by Charles G. Schuler I three times. In 1962, he defeated He founder and first schools .
of the Legislature It Duval Improvement prob- Joseph F. Lowe and Jacksonville Fran Osborn, appointed assessor president was of a the Better Schools S. Laboratory facilities library 01 R a 1

County legislators want one and ably won't change the minds of Investment Co. I in 1960 after the death of Citizens Committee In 1959. It ft- space, equipment and collections
think it would remedy the situa the educators who set accreditation Walter lost a suit earlier this longtime officeholder Leon nally folded In 1962 after Walterwas inadequate In many schools
tion.Sen. I standards. It will take a year after he tried to reduce assessments Forbes. elected. I. All of the schools resort to TO YOU

John E. Mathews of Jack permanent program. on Intangible personal This year, Walter defeated Edwards warned in 1959 that fund raising activities that are
sonville called weekend meet--I Money Is obviously the heart property, such as stocks and Raymond David, a school board the schools would lose accreditation ; educationally unsound to supplement
Ing of the Duval delegation but,of the crisis. Duval ranks 66th I bonds to 42 per cent of cash val- member, In the Democratic Primary unless local money were their limited budgets.
said he didn't know how a special among the stale's 67 counties In ue. ; then Ralph E. Elliott Jr., found. 7. The fee system In operationIn
session could accomplish the amount it spends per pupilon I. Justice Elwyn Thomas of the an attorney campaigning as a None of us who for years all of the schools violates the
the objective. I education. Florida Supreme Court said Inn Republican in the general elec- warned of this happening can basic principles of publicly supported
Even a grand Jury Inve.tiga.1 Duval with the 15th largest opinion handed down March take pleasure in saying 'We told education."In .
tion has begun. school district In the nation I 11: "It does not seem logical that tion.Some businessmen see the you so'," Edwards said this addition to the foregoing tt *J tiiy*rtta.il store t4 I*
Whether anything can be done spends $280.29 per pupil. The if the assessor disregards the school crisis as a threat to Jack. week. "The fault is all In Duval deficiencies, which can be traceto Mile*, tfotwt.m, r eVwUter tti we JIM*
before the Southern Association state average Is $342.23. Dade law with reference to two classes sonvllle's position as the business County. We can't blame Tallahassee Inadequate financial support twtoa to m f t tit any takes final action at a meetingIn County, the only bigger school of property, it can be said to hub of Florida.A or Washington for this the committee found that numerous M4iM tar It Mti' Louisville Nov. 29-Dec. 1 Is system In Florida, spends $408.92 deprive some taxpayers of equal top level committee has mess." administrative practices In oHt i.

questionable.It The most conservative esti- protection of the law, or violate been formed under chamber of Newspapers here have carried the system are in violation of
is a situation that dates mate by a responsible official provisions of equality and unI- commerce sponsorship. It Is hundreds of stories, television principles and standards," Frick
back about 10 years. First there Is that Duval needs $6 million a formity of taxation If he does headed by a Prudential Insurance stations dozens of special pro-
were questions then nudges to year more than the $37 million not likewise Ignore the law affecting Co. vice president, Hugh grams. said.County Schools Superintendent

make improvement. During the available this year for schools_ l a_third class. of proper- Abernethy. None aroused the community_ I Ish Brant said the county system
to action will appeal to the association AMPLE HOUSSmlh
But Sen. Mathews said this Is at the Louisville meeting to
Blind Poolroom no time for pointing accusing I keep the IS high schools on an I'
Nearly OperatorRuns fingers. Instead he said, It is a accredited status. I Main {I. tt S.W IJrtt Si.

time for emergency action. The chances of succeeding art
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Thriving Business in G'villeBy rit



CHARLES REID from his present twopooltablesetup
L'F Student Journalist to one bigger.
"Rack 'em." The FCB bought all the

So hears Eugene Dubois dozens equipment for the poolroom.
of times each day. And he All Dubois has to do is pay his
racks 'em. But he never sees rent and electricity. He can
use the equipment as long as

'em.For the local poolroom proprietor he likes.
Is "legally" blind. He has the only poolroom In
He has "finger count" vision. F the Gainesville Negro section.
deserves lot of yro
"Eugene a
The only thing he can distinguIsh -
Is fingers held In frontof credit" Cliett said Before
his face. d he went Into business, he was
receiving $34140 a month from
Three Dubois'
years ago eyes
started going bad. He went to social security, from vet.eran'
pension, and from aid
an eye doctor who found that
Dubois had to the blind ,
glaucoma, an eye y
"Ht didn't have to work. His
condition in which the pressure
children could have livedon
within the eyeball Is Increased, eight
the aid. But he was well-
causing nerve damage and possible S
blindness.The motivated. He wanted to work
he will lose all his
Department of Public Doing so,
Welfare recommended that aid, except the veteran's )pension t'k
"
.
Dubois go to the Florida Coun-
Dubois, who squints as he
cil for the Blind, a state agency,
puts his head down close to the
for badly needed help.
table to rack the balls
William C. Cliett, the FCB pool
said "The FCB has done a t
representative, sent Dubois to
lot for me, and I'm much obliged w'a
specialists for medical examinations
I'm doing better now
After reaching a diagnosis
.
than when I could see"Dubois
he was sent. to the Adult
Training C. nter, Dayt o n a Is .a hard working ..;........ If. I J
The 45 old Florida .
man. year \
weeks of adjustment
Beach for eight Itt'
native can be sera racking
training. balls day and In "
At the center he was taughtto pool every '
the wee, early hours of the
EUGENE DUBOIS RACKS 'EM '
do things the average person
morning. He at 10 In the : r
opens
takes for granted, but morning and closes at 2 a m. .... "
which a person who can't see I ment service. Because his employment The Idea agreed with D u bola, 7 ,
needs to know. He was taughtto before blindness was as ha wanted to work for him t'4
travel with a white cane, construction work, his field was self.Now ATe \ ..... ...
how to shave, how to eat and: limited. after much work by th
in general how to adjust to a After much deliberation on FCB and after a month's operation
sightless life. what Dubois could best do, the Dubois has more busI- l erTOT /M 1r4rirl)i1' :.y; Ii
Alter the training, he was Job placement service came up ness than he knows what to do I",,'. It! 1,0'
sent to the FCB's Job place- with the Idea of a poolroom. with. He would like to expand : ut 2 >,I\l'JII: I Of'

1 J HAPPINESS ::" : You Can Gel It from UI! -

I Teachers Jam La. Capital Over Pay gtp;0 I' .. ;;

K rIJ ISA We'll lend you for worthwhile
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -I nel, and provl4e funds for half and Improved collection methods ST P money any

Buses and motorcades brought the- scale to raise about ( t million MONEY-SPLENDOURED purpose. Visit our Installment Loc'" depart
hundreds of teachers seeking I Teacher leaders Insist on the I annually for teacher pay and w o y .'
higher pay toward the Louisiana promised full pay raise drawn ,:|several other Hems THINGI! ment today and see for yourself
Capitol today as the legislature I
,up by the United School Com
prepared to open a 20-day ipe mittee. There was rumbling among IJ
cial session. (some lawmakers against, an administration -
This scale would give starting / ::
to
Gov. John McKeithen scheduled =I proposal bring
teachers with a degree a boostof
with II real estate transactions, excluding ".
a morning meeting $1,000 a to ".400. Those
year homestead and mineral -
of the
Lloyd Rittiner. president with more experience and higher ? '
Orleans Parish School Board leases under the sales tax for t OP GAINESVILLENORTH

and the estimated 35 teachers to $1,900 rank would a! year.Louisiana .get Increases up an estimated fit million.A Lr! : I :;'l- _

who could crowd Into his office., scrap may be In the
has about 31,000 on whether to stick to makln'l
McKeithen leaders have proposed il public school teacher CHESNUT OFFICE
to enact a new pay-raise formula or
INC.
legislation ,EQUIPMENT CO., MAIN ST. AT NORTH IAST4TH AVI. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA MIMliR
to benefit FDIC
scale for teachers, bus operators 1 I Thcats e administration program changes beginning
pay !I tot W. um. A. f. J.411
and_other school person-' for a broadened sales tax,.teachers.THEY'RE ___ I I i5e iA





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CONSCIENCE MA ULDIN "A CONSERVATIVE



Oictftttsuil1e Sun OF it. VIEWPOINT t

PoliticalTax

THESOUTH ? \ 4W1
BONN I. HAIIIIIION, FTMKMt, *..
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Florida's Beautiful d1 4 10 JONNION VIM PmlMMM I
Snntln/ SMIwi w e. (Illl)
University Cltr'I. .. vice PntllM M4 .*. DAVID LAWRENCE f
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By RALPH McdLLrmiiur WASHINGTON The administration has evidently decided -
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...
THE SUN'S POLICY 01 Hit 4UMU r WMIIMI io>.i KmtitMM POIUM that it has to "prime \the pump" again. The decision
to repeal Mme of the excise taxes and reduce others -
1. Report Hit news fully and Impartially In the tolumni. r.
news In order to stimulate business In 19M Is a recognition
2. Express the epmlont of the Sun In-but in
only -editorlali.
of the possibility of a downturn that year. .
,. Publish all lld. of Important controversial (luuti. Anti-U.S. when the budget
I There Is no promise forthcoming as to

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 will be balanced though Secretary of \the Treasury Dillon
laU this is not likely before 1968 The immediate consideration -

Rancor Of to tEr however I Is to keep the economy booming through
1963 and Into 1968, when the next congressional electionswill

. J Can You Pass the Test? De GaulleLooking be held.

THE EXPERTS who are master minding the national

We aren't trying to step on any all the humanities. And we need politicians I c.5 economy through the exercise of governmental power scoffat

toes-or even to pick an argument who understand the broad objectives lems at the many prb- h t \the idea of a balanced budget, at least until full employment

but have you stopped to consider how of science and who can Johnson confronting The London President Observer has been reached. The deficits are being defended
as because of the unemployment Yet the
few public Issues are debated by translate them into human needs. lists the French crisis i stories necessary of prosperity which were circulated during rosy the

citizens who have no axes. to grindone within the Western al- presidential campaign were for the most part unqualified.The .
liance
way or the other? It takes both a brilliant mind and as a critical one. strategy of the administration Is based upon the theory -

an agile one to achieve a broad understanding The Observer concludes: :. that business needs to Increase its volume of sales.
"President De Gaulle's There was a little downward turn In retail sales in Octo-
Should there be a center divider in of all areas of human tactics -
: and are logical but It is be- "Well, Hubert I Guess We Better Get Moving ." ber. This may have been due to labor problems in the autoAMERICAN
knowledge and
to
multi-lane The. State study weigh -
a highway
coming sadly clear that his Inuuby but It emphasized
Road Board ii always beselged by them continuously one in relation to political strategy Is not dictated POLITICS the Importance of doing

merchants who don't want their entrances the other without a warped perspec by any rational world something about repealing

: blocked to the full flow of tive. picture, but by his obsessive several I excise taxes Levies

: traffic. And so it goes we attack, \the personal United animosity States. towards during World War II and I

: or defend a proposal very largely A brilliant physicist-one who Insists Impact in EuropeO some of them were added

:. on the basis of what It will do to UII, on meticulously correct data on That General de Gaulle lathe during the Korean War. The I
core of a Western crisis total amount of receipts
and our family and our friends. It which to base any scientific findings -
has been true for at least
from excise taxes runs :
Isn't always true of course but asa -may be a barbarian in his relation a decade His veto of the Nrui greatest U S. presidential I ery four years by presidential $14 billion approximately 'a-

= rule you can count on the rich ship with other human beings. Even European Defense Commu- tyork Ilmra victory of this century should contortions is too drawn out. year and those items which I
:
'man's wanting lower taxes, and the while following the highest objective nity In 1954 his anger at By C. L. SUUBERGER have occasioned less Interestin are to be repealed will
"' Europe than the narrowest. WE HAVE MUCH to learn I
:: poor man's asking a free welfare standards in his own field he accepts being refused partnership in PARIS There Is a curious cause a loss of somewhere
the United States' nuclear and wholly unpredictable re from foreign systems we re- between $2 and S3 billion.
: without serious
question superstitions
ride.
developments, and the gen- lationship between politic a 1 PERHAPS THE CURRENT gard as old-fashioned. When
and specious logic that would eral's disruptive actions methods as well as political is running the other way For a British prime minister Is There is no doubt that

= The thought set us to ponderingthe appall another man with far lower within the alliance In January systems on both sides of the example, it Is not without Interest voted out of office after a deliberately there hal been considerable

= meaning of a phrase we hear a Intellect but with more Intense spiritual and February of 1963 Atlantic. European parties in that leaders of each brief campaign he pressure to secure the re-
have and American party now acknowledge I Is replaced by a successor
brought
subjective "wholeness. us nearer recent years have occasionally peal of of these

: lot these days-"objective thinking. many excise
\that within within
day
nearer to a decision which tended to methods our campaigns endure an hour; a
= This is supposed to be the judging of may have unhappy results successful/ ape for entirely too long a an effective new cabinet has taxes The Senate Finance
American
= any question or issue on the basis of One need not return to the dark for all concerned. proven parties Now there by is an- time much longer than those taken over. We must speed up Committee approved a program

=; fact and to the exclusion of all selfish ages of civilization to find examples.In apparent bipartisan move In familiar to Europe. Parallel the process of our own kind of this kind last year

= and emotional factors. Theoretically Hitler's Germany scientists by the THE PAGES of memoirsby the United States to shorten views on this subject have of leadership takeover.It change.and administrative only to have it reversed by

= public officials an dthe best of our tens of thousands worked brilliantlyin Winston Churchill and \the length of our presidential Humphrey the White House because It
other allied leaders of the
Is odd that of
campaign and bring It more recognition did not fit In
public-spirited citizens are "objec mechanics, chemistry and physics with the administrations -
Second World War reveal Into line with European cus Yet Just after he had been this political debt to Europe
::. tive" in their approach to public) requiring rigid standards of objective that difficulties with De nominated as Democratic can- should be gaining American planned tax-

= matters. But this is made harder today honesty. But these same scientistswere Gaulle were constant and tom.There' doesn't seem to be didate for the presidency ((011 support Just on the heels of an reduction schedule and the

= because of Intense specializationin able to believe honestly at the often caustic All concerned any logic to the Impact of July 13, 1960)) I asked Senator astonishing political triumph.It belief that the economy

:. almost every field of life. A doctor same time without the slightest had tremendous respect for American politics abroad. Kennedy If he did not think Is equally strings that John would do well at least into
him as an officer and as a Thus for example JohlllJ 0 n'. that In this nuclear missileera son's astonishing triumph occasioned 1965.
takes no patients except those experiencing scientific proof that Jews were corrupt leader. But even when all unprecedented trulmph elicited when the speed of every- so much less Interest

ear trouble; a lawyer argues contemptible and inferior and that was left of France wasa far less Interest In Europe thing had been so acceleratedit In Europe than Kennedy unimpressive BUT NOW THE repeal of

only maritime disputes| a biologist should be eliminated. small and endangered than Kennedy's narrow would not be wise to shorten victory four years some of the excise taxes, it Is

spends years studying one foothold In North Africa squeak In 1960.POSSIBLY our campaigns I pointedout earlier. believed will stimulate
the the
general Insisted that he this could the
tiny species of plant life and maybea We'll always have citizens who be treated as the leader ofan period of uncertainty compress In the business situation in the latter -

lifetime in endless cataloging and fight good battles, pro or con, to equal power. so American THERE and Is so something non-- outside world which wss so de- part of 1X5. and it Ii

analyzing. guard their own interests. But humanity Since that time General European about the whole pendent on American lesder Turtle's hoped that through 19M.

can always use a few more de Gaulle has nursed a Johnson phenomenon that It ship and If the shorter campaign

What we need or so it seems to of those relatively rare individuals petty persistent almost simply strikes no spark over period were moved Lesson What is not explained Is

us are. more generalists. We need who'art able to weigh ideas with skill malignant dislike of "L e I here Kennedy was both Intel nearer to the Inauguration how public confidence in the

brilliant scientists, but they ought to and to act on them without emotion. Anglo Saxons" particular lectually and emotionally I duck date we would have less lame A book titled "The Green value of the dollar can be

have a good of sociology/ and ly those of the United States. more comprehensible. Con- governmenLKENNEDY Turtle and Man" Is on the list retained as the government
grasp
He Is obsessed with the Idea sequently there was a very intense of the University of Florida postpones from year to
GAVE!: S practt year
that the. Americans will be- study of Kennedy's pol-
.. Press. the
cal politician's answer He balancing of the budget.
- -- ----- ----- -- --- come isolationist and desert itical methods. The

Europe, more particular Imitating the way many of said he dldnt particularly Floridians green of turtle the Keys familiarto and Meanwhile, the tax burdenon

Voice of the People France.IN his"J. F lieutenants K.,. aspiring called European him wish system to of see primaries changes nor In our did to Islanders south of us, Is a the American people Is

he sees how to reduce campaigns strange creature and (by our not really being decreased
THE WINTER of 1WZ63 politicians for the first time standards) ugly and ungainly materially because there Is
General de Gaulle displayed took to calling \themselves by without changing the .
I He added Yet this huge sea dweller a steady rise In state and
his rancor by velolngBritain' initials (as an exampleP. primaries system local
plays an important In taxes
On The Sun's part
Opinion Pnge ... .- -- -- entry Into the Common M. F. for Pierre Mendes- with a grin that had It not the life of man on tropic I

0"!iil.M ..< wimwiil .* Sm M4wi. .ilcm. I* he v.... .( 'k. PM.1.| uluum. Uitwimm Market At the same France). They sent trusted been would for not the have primaries gotten the he coasts and !Islands: It is an Concurrently, wages are
kt ltM4 .". *., the .',".' ..*.*. Hmmtt will k. vltkktM' If r4u..t.4. A Ie".. iktvM time he made It abundantlyclear envoys to study American Important source of mans being raised and costs are
.... .....< 100 w4i ..t invil k. wrttfrt **.Kr Me d the MM*. Put,'' MUM M ...... Th. that he was not satisfied techniques such as Kennedy nomination. He then argued: protein food, and has been rising because of this I Incresie
Sun m.r>M Ik. neM K ,.!"' .M ...*.. M *. Ikwfwi It, .,.h.... ck.*|,.. the .',....| ", ..011.. N'St. with a tripartite directorship use of television. Theodore "In our country parties! are for centuries. -
.... of NATO and would White book "The Making of not everything ss In Europe. Many businesses l ,

University Hospital I was a room were from out of town proceed to develop his own the President" was analysedas What I Is most Important the The author, geographer therefore, which cannot

Vote Encourages patient In the same room. he certainly helped to make force de frappe or his an operational text man himself and what the James serious J.but Parsons makes a raise prices In order to absorb

Drift Each day he came In and those long hospital days s little own nuclear striking force. None of these phenomenahave man does and doesn't do. For readable study.quite It human Is a band-and the higher wage rates
Socialism spent a few minutes with shorter and a lot cheerier. followed the Johnson victory this reason I do not see how will find themselves with
That lame winter of 1962(3 some volume in large format,
each of the other patients In I was discharged a week As yet there seems to we can change things."
3 saw General de Gaulle'sdomestic lavishly illustrated with shrunken profits and this
EDITOR Sun: On Nov. maps ,
the room, and gave each of ago, but Bob continues his be no electric understanding Although one can understand
voters cast po.lllon'm u ch and photos expensive (SS SO), could
25 million diminish tax
some us a complimentary visits of Johnson or real did not receipts
paper.A any recognition why Kennedy '
strengthened He had ended and even to a
: Goldwatcr complete moral from
ballot for Barry business In
their week later his friend A young man such as Rob- of the extent of his triumph want to alter a system that a considerable
the terms lesson for the human
Me Algerian war on men-
: Now, men like Ralph was discharged from the hospital ert certainly should be commended of Perhaps because almost allowed him to scramble to folk the male turtle amount next year.
at the complete Independencefor ; green
Gill hammer sway but Bob continued his for all that he has every \thinking European power against considerable The
million Algeria This ran counter aeldom Is caught or even argument of
:theory that those 25 visits six days a week done for '. with few is course,
cast by racists always the patients In 577 to more than a centuryof exceptions, odds it now apparent that seen except when he gets Is being made that businessmen
votes were leaving with us a of the considers Goldwater nincompoop such la
copy Thank you a change overdue. This
passionate French assertion too close to shore while chasing -
should
.:twenty five million? Hardly. Sun. As of In hold down their
the
most us THOMAS C. PATERNO defeating him was Is Increasingly recognized by
who that "Algeria Is s lady green turtle. Then, price, and
some there
True, there were Is talk I
not thought to be a significant leaders on both sides of the '
::'voted for Goldwater became French Yet, so long had most likely he s cooked. about certain
"guidelines"which
Barry
misinterpreted his The Suit Against Shoot the financial and casualty achievement. In any case It U. S. political fence The the administration
they .
Is an odd paradox that the American agony produced ev-
drain that French
views on the Civil Rights Bill gone on would like to let them In!.
and the Constitutionality (From the New Republic was paid for by the taxpayers. citizens no longer cared low. Unfortunately -the'- government -

'Df those sections he challcng- Sickening: ofhe\ sound of Indo China has been lost POTOMAC FEVERBy "guidelines" are
."ed have still not been ruled Dan Smoot voice blabbing on The defense attorneys convinced The French army "car being disregarded by the
:\ipon by the Supreme Court at them from the radio members District Court Judge ed." There were mutinies labor union leaders and
But the majority of those 25 of the Traverse City, Noel F, Fox of Grand Rapids some time between now and
JACK WILSON Cowles
to assassinate the
Bureau
Attempts Washington
:Wlllon voters are truly contented Mich, League of Women Voters that Smoot may have initI- next spring, the steel Industry .
at the drift of the U. S put out a newsletter say- ated the suit to silence and general were frequent. But will be confronted witha
Ward socialism, a drift aided Ing that Smoot opinions were harass his critics Using a the people had had enough Goldwater says the GOP finished the campaign with money in the bank new labor contract which

by present government pol- baaed on "alanled Information section of the law rarely De Gaulle had won a pop -far enough in the black so you can stop that nonsense about who made it may inevitably force an up-
applied
ulsr referendum.: An election
IJcles These policies chip swayit half truths, Innuendoesand to libel canes, Fox order. his Nationalist lily white ward trend In its prices.
our freedoms bit by bit and sometimes worse" Smoot ed Smoot to post 113.000 bond. gave
suddenly one day we'll find sued \the Traverse City Leagueand If the court decides the action party a majority In the National A mysterious murderer In Bogota hoots only people playing transistor radio ALL THIS IS usually referred
Assembly something

:The freedoms we once knew four of its members for lIbel was undertaken frivolously no other party has *. Terrible hundreds of people going around whittling through their 10'1 the "inflation
end cherished have vanished and demanded damages and for purposes of vexA- ever attained Observerssaid teeth and nobody doing a thing about It. ary" process But some of

:I Perhaps that s the real Irag- sill million. tion It can uw the bond money that not since Napoleon the administration advisers
:lily too many Americans Roy Wilkins of the NAACP to pay court coals and the III had any ruler of France A Senate committee wants a against food packaging. There'sno brush off the talk about

.aren't yet ready to admit to Is ready to appear to refute feei of defense attorneys held so much power. deception if you just remember! that jumbo is smaller than big but of course Inflation as relatively unim
:themselves what Is really hap- Smoot's statements about the Smoot tried to postpone the larger than tremendous giant portanl They point out that

penlng, not ready to make a Negro and the civil rights caw but Judge Fox denied the DECLARING THVT England there has bees a period of

:clean break with our present movement The mother of a request. He said any delay was "not a good European Col. Shorty Powers, the former voice of the astronauts, U peddling ears on wage price stability and
;policies and return, not to the child Involved In the Little would "effectively still the ," De Gaulle signed a TV. Valuable man-experienced la explaining why the delivery date slipped they are hopeful It can be
:'dark ages" but to tried and Rock: school Integration effort voice of the League and its German treaty with Aden! for technical reasons. continued. But nobody
:proven Ideals and governing will testify that the \ACP Individual members* while auer on January 21. 1161 seems to know exactly bow

:policies. Including sstrtag did not, ss Smoot clatn., pay Smoot "snd those of like mind Republicans are getting more interested in Medicare. They figure it's about this la going to be accomplished
:free enterprise system which her to enter the child in an are free to continue speakingout The Russians, who welcome- especially to the
last chance of their
their to
made our country the greatest all white school: while those opposed to that ed an such lifts tn the get some money____back. a face of such sharp Increases .
:tnatlon on earth.MARTHA TVA Is putting together an line of thought are not so at Western alliance, also mad to wage costs ss
The Pentagon military met rant dinners from
U RADFORD exhibit to illustrate the errors liberty until the question of friendly gestures toward says accept bueineesmni. were recently embodied to
to Smoot wiling about Its libel here presented Is settled France Since then General If a general will sell out for a SIO meal the Defense Department donat want the contracts between the

Brings Cheer operations. A professor of constitutional .,. de Gaulle has recognized to know about it. ertomobiie msnuf t u r e r sand
law and former Smoot Communist China and has the auto workers
however got a temporary unions.
To PatientsEDITOR president of the Michigan Bar postponement from the begun major grains deals Christmas clubs eared $1.7 billion, a record this year. Nobody shoots Santa .

Sun: I would like Association will usury on U S. Court ef Appeals In with Peking.This anus, they just feed hint to death.
:.to attention Snoot's allegations that Chief Undoubtedly the conferences
to
bring your Cincinnati which gave Judge Is a background .
:young man who has tfeie Justice Warren's "education Fox until the first week to to a meager long decline.No New York's police chief says rioting In the streets kas become a fad Well few to be held to the

,more to spread good will than training and experience would November to stale his reasons U. S, policy" could how eke are you going to gt those city folks exercbe" ? next weeks are to prep
'anyone I'te met since\ I cameto not qualify him to be a good for denying postponement. Ironically have kept up with the De antics. lor President Johnsws -

: Gainesville tail April. His justice of the peace: one of the Justices en Gaulle shifts and at tie Fur collars seem to be very popular on ladies' coats this fall and small won the recommendations te
:name Is Robert W. Cowperth- Clark Elchelberger: of the the Appeala Court may haveto same tune held alliance der they cover a multitude of chins. new One Congress to Jamary .
waste a paper carrier for the United Nations Association disqualify himself tee with the rest of Europe. thing is clearthe -

Gainesville Sun. will say that Smoot was In Smoot said he possesses "m The general does think of The e\UH Trvjillm from the Dominican Republic lOW live m l Spain In luxv- economic is rendition of

I first met him when be visited error when he stated that known nullifications for the himself as an Incarnation lollS surrounding Their nip .la Spain hu not descended: to tilt plain. \rmare than being ever studiH from
a friend of his at the Mr. Stevenson trip to Dallas high office." of French spirit and glory a pohUral angle







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Monday, November 18, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5I



4J Pt3l : ill] 0 (m li E n finD mf f FAfflILY( I L Y YRuth II I Music I Church CirclesTODAY I



Weimtr. Women's Editor November II TUESDAY,November 17

THURSDAY, November 11 Shower honoring Miss Ka y I Program St. Patrick1 Church Wesley Community
Nelson, fiancee of Methodist Church
Ronald
Kitchen shower feting Miss Wiggins, IpmMrs. Forrest Home Demonstration Bazaar I p.m., St. Judges Circle,
Jane Bingham, fiancee of McCann and Mrs. Luke English ( Mrs. Robert A. Guldlce, 1001 1 pm., Helen Thomas CIrcle
George Schlldge of Middleton at the former's home NE 20th Place. Mrs. A. M. Pettls, 327
60S
N. J., I Mrs
p.m. NW 11th Avenue. Planned NW 15th Terrace.
James Pope, III SW 27th Wesley Community
Street. FRIDAY, November 21 + 4lT Methodist Church, St. Patrick's Church

1:30: p.m., Si. Ann's Circle,
Buffet supper complimentIng Gainesville Philharmonic Society I p.m. Virginia! Chapman Mrs. John Harrison, 727 SW
Bridge ClubMrs. Miss Jane Bingham, will meet Wednesday at Ip Circle\ Mrs R. N. Walker 27th StreeLWEDNESD.
bride elect of George .m. at the home of Miss Eleanor 2224 r:E 12th Terrace.

Jay A. Jones Jr. and Schlldge of MIddleton N. J., I Smith, 72} NE Second .Y,November II

this writer were the North- Mrs. Justin Harlow, 801 NW -' Street, with Mrs. Helen Congeras OrientationCoffees St. Patrick's Church

South winners In the Wed- 20th Terrace. : ( program chairman.The I p,m., St. Joan's Circle,
Mrs. George Truchano, 1309
nesday evening game of the SATURDAY, November 21 program will demonstrate NW 4th Street.THURSDAY
Gainesville Bridge Club with various types of chamber mu-

101 match points. There were Luncheon honoring Miss sic, comparing style, form and November II
Jane 4
ten and one half tables In Bingham, bride electof r. media. PlannedGainesville
George Schlidge of Mid St. Patrick's ChurchI
play and the average score dleton, N. J., 1 p.m., Mrs. The Windsor String Quart e t League of Women
for all North South pairs John Cherry, Hotel Tho ra- will present Gibbons' "Music for Voters has ilated two orientation p.m., St. Theresa's CIrcle
was 90, for East-West 99. as. ;set'q Viola" and several movementsof coffees for new and prospective Mrs. David Sincere, MM
Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Wood a Beethovan quartet Instrumenallsts I members. N\V 41st Lane.Thanksgiving.
with Linen shower complimentIng of the Windsor S
ward took second honors
Mrs. Burton Woodward, 2114 W
Miss Julie Cheves I
and fian- Quartet are Mrs. Verna Nash,
Moore
102tt, Mrs. J. E. MYs
cee of William N. Babcock West University Avenue, will be <<
Mrs. F. J. Hoffer were third Mrs. Sarah Gregg, Mrs. Grace + l la
of 1 i hostess on Wednesday at 10
Dayton Beach, I m., tt
p.
I Wlrtala and Mrs. Wanda Ash-
and Mrs. W. E. Bar-
with 101, 4
Mrs. W. E. Carswell Jr., am. She will be<< assisted by
ringer and J. H. Vidal were 3453 NW First Court. J ley.The Mrs. Richard Weaver, member
fourth with 99tt. c program will also Includea ship chairman.

Mrs. L. A. Garrard and Luncheon complimenting clarinet presentation by Mrs On Thursday at I p,m., Mrs Cardsfor
Mrs. Herbert Stern led the Miss Kay Nelson, fiancee of JJ Henry Wallburnn, Mrs. Allen Louis Cohen will entertain at I
with 116 Ronald Wiggins, 1pm., Mrs. Conger, Mrs. Marsha Brook-
East West field her home, 1250 NW list Terrace
followed by Mrs. B. M. Tench Jay Jones Jr., aunt of the :l JJ bank, Mrs. Sally Dickerson and Went Hills. Thursday, Nov 26

and Mrs. E. N. Edna with bride-elect; Gainesville Golf Mrs. Wanda Ashley, Women Interested In learning CHESNUT OFFICI
and Club.Women. "
114, Mrs. W. H. Miller and : Country tar s+ tr. y Mrs. Adele Mitchell and Mrs. about the work and scope of thelIague EQUIPMENT CO., JNC

Mrs. F. S. Hubbard with 113 Pre-holiday bazaar of the Alachua County Home Demonstration Clubs provided Conger will present Medieval of Women Voters are toe W, VII'l.. A..., M 1-1411

and Van May and Rufus I For a choice of handmade gifts, plant and food during; the annual affair Songs of Guatav Holit Accompanist invited to attend.
Heath with 109. which took place at the City Recreation Center last week. Pictured above withL. will be Mrs. Wallbrunn. -

The club will hold its next Equal Rights T. Nleland a shopper were Mrs Lester Klach of the Lake Forest Club and Hostesses will be Mrs. T. E.I

game at 7.30; tonight at the Mrs. Raymond Gibson of the Forest Grove Club. Lunch wan nerved by the La. Humphreys and Mrs. F Wallace -

Recreation Center. Visitorsare Will MeetThe Crone Club members. The bazaar was" presented by 13 County Home Demonstration Hodge
welcome. Clubs.
jTij

Gainesville Women for Tri Delts

Equal Rights will meet Tuesday -
Calendar Of EventsTODAY
evening at I at the Mt. To Observe

Carmel Baptist Church, corner
of NW Fourth / /
and
Street 5th
Avenue. November II Panhellcric Drive, 0 pen I p.m., Holiday Inn, Open to Founders' DayFounders'
University Women's Club, Meeting for all fraternity public.
Dr. A. A. Abraham, Directorof
Membership Tea, 3:30: to S,30 alumnae members. Day of Delta
the Test Service Bureau of Gainesville Library Advisory
Clubhouse, West New- American Association o f Delta Delta sorority will be
p.m.
Florida A & M University, Tall Board, I 30 pm., Gaineryule
berry Road, Mrs. J. Wayne University Women 7.30:: pm., Public celebrated by alumnae In the
1 a h a s see, will speak on Reitz, hostess. Mrs. John V, Saunders, lot Gainesville Library. city and area and members
"Achievement Chapter 44,
and Problems of
Coffee for Antique Fair NW 22nd Drive. of the collegiate chapter Wednesday ,
Achievement of Negro StudentsIn OES, I p.m., Masonic Temple
Exhibitors, I p.m., Mrs. Thomas Women's Auxiliary to Ala evening
Florida. Dr. Abraham Isthe
Maren, 1221 SW 14th chua County Medical Society, this 71th anniversary of the
author of the recently pub Avenue 7 to I'30 p m, J. Hlllls Hitler League of Women Voters, sorority's founding will be observed -

lished study entitled "They Great Books Discussion Health Center Auditorium I pm, Mrs. Louis Cohen, during a I p m dinnerat

Came to College," which presents Croup, 1 p.m., Gainesville Babysitters' S a f et y 1250 NW list Twice, Orien- the UF Chapter Hjiise
material gathered over a Public Library. Course. tation Coffee.Gainesville. 1134 East Panhellenlc Drfte. l
four period from his Gainesville Club I ,
year study Gainesville Toastmas ters Bridge Junior Woman'sClub All alumnae who plan to

GO MODERN IN of college freshmen. Club, 6.30 p m", Park Lane 7:30: p,m., Recreation Center. Benefit Bridge CraxyIlst attend must make reservations -
Following Dr. Abra b a m'a Gainesville Garden Club,
Cafeteria. .. with
AI
Mrs. E. Motfett
YOUR KITCHENCook speech, a panel composed of University Toastmas t ers Board of( Directors, I 30 a m., I Party Woman's, lam Clubhouse" Gainesville by Tuesday morning (ilfff6 LPGASCENTRAL

Susan Lockhart and James Club, 11:30: a m., UF Faculty Guaranty Federal Savingsand '
tasty meals easier, loiter, students at the Unlver- Club. Loan, Community Room. Gslnesvllle Little Theater HEATING SYSTEM

refrigerate foods, enjoy lity of Florida, will comment onthe Gainesville Branch, National TUESDAY, November It production, "The Ugly Amer EngineeringDames
I
ample hot water. and subject. The seakers will League of American Pen Antique Fair and Sale, 10 ican", 5:30: p,m., Little Theater -

more, with the low cost then conduct a question and answer Women, I p.m., Dr. Leila a m. to 9 p m., University 4011 NW llth Boulevard. Meet usn.s$2 9995 N t..tsrlRegardiesa ..

help of Philgas.PUNCNIA:1IaUTU. period. Boone, 2027 NW 7th Lane. Medical Guild, Old Margaret Girl Scout Prairie Neighborhood '

The meeting/ Is open to the City Pan hellenic, I p.m., Ann Store, 107 NE First Meeting, 10 a m., University of Florida Engineering of the type or size of }lOme yott Lin In

public. Chi Omega House, 507 West Street. Girl Scout Office, III NW Dames will meet or plan to build an Ll'-Ou tentz'al be.unlt l1It1m
I Alpha Omicron PI, I p m., ltd Street. Wednesday at I p,m. at the University Ml belt for you ,. III comfort, *VIIT vaw 'uw and low
: Mrs. Richard Bowles, 127 NW Women i Club, West coat You owe' it to your family to find out how
By Josephine LowmanfJ:::; Gainesville Garden CI ub, Newberry Roid.
15th Avenue. little It coat to Install) this air conditioning furnace
[ i I Alachua County Republican Circles; Chuck Woods of Public Meat with" eight heat outlet in your home Phone na
.. Women's Club, Lunche on, 9:30 a m, Begonia Mrs. C. Department will be fuestspeaker. today for your FREE Teflon fry para aDd Home
/ J 1 H. James, 1104 SW 7th Avenue .
Why Grow Noon. Park Lane Cafeteria 1 Heating Survey.
,\,1" Col. P. W, Thompson, guest ; Chrysanthemum, Mrs. Members
: are requested tel
: D. T. Sills, 621 Boulev a r d; IASY CUANTEFLON
= speaker bring canned goods to this meeting -
FittJ Daisy Mrs H. E. Bedell, '
Business and Professional) for a Thanksgiving basket
gas 1520 NW 10th Avenue; Day-
Women 7 p moo GainesvilleGolf for .
a needy family.All
Mrs Graham PRY PAN
Old? Illy Henry ,
and Country Club, Founders' 1922 SWath Drive, Gardenia, student wives are Invitedto o for p........, vs
and the
Woman of
12 S.W hr ST. Day Mrs. Davies, 2211 NW 4tb attend. *e robe es MOMlHIATMGRVEY
Year Observance, Dean Mar-
Place Hibiscus Mrs. Charles
;

Phone 376-5392 This Winter Take Good na Florida Brady, Nurses guest speaker Association, ;Shaffer Palm,, 3425 Mrs NW James 1th Avenue Ml- Doubling UpFor GREEN'S FUEL

.
District Ten, 7 :30 p m Room
...
"Him.0.4 17 Y H"At lam, 4104 NW 13th Place;
Hill, University Teaching double the fashion, ) Of FLORIDA CORP.
She Some Lee.tI.." Care of ComplexionI Hospital Rose, Mrs. R. Leee Montague many a fall handbag Is two 011. W. UNIV. AVE.tsss.ae .

Delta Zeta Alumnae, I pm., 1100 NE Fifth Street; bags one Inside another, PHONE J76-S05I
have Just read a most Interesting We are all familiar with I Mrs. Charles Frue, 304 NW 0:45: a m, Clorlosa Mrs. two side by side, or two separate -
and Informative "By the akin of o u r teeth", 35th Terrace.WEDNESDAY. J. Bartlett Hydorn, nil SW I bass on a shoulder strap.

book> by Doctors Sidney J. "She Is thln-s kin 1 ned". "She Ith Drive:
Bobbins and Stephanie H. rubs me the wrong way", "I November 11 10 a m Gladiolus' Mrs. I
Robbins, well known dermatologists am going to save m y own Antique Fair, and Sale, 10 Haven M. Perkins, 102 NW
as reported to Sam skin", "Don't Jump out of am. to I p m", University Mth Terrace.

Sinclair Baker (P ubi fisher your skin," and miD y more. Medical Guild, Old Margaret 12 noon, Dlanthus, Executive GOING OUT OF
Ann Store, 107 NE First
.r Harper and Row) The title of Then! there are the gentle I Street. I Room Holiday Inn;
the book Is "1001 Questions touch of the hand and the dependable Club 1:10;: p.m., Csmellla Mrs.
and Answers To Your Skin handshake to warm Gainesville Bridge J. H. Simons, 1122 SW 11th
'roblemj" our heart. I 7:10: p m,Holiday Inn. I Avenue; Founders, Mrs Alice '

Doctors Bobbins say, "The After Middle Age Junior Welfare League, Clapp Brawn, 221 SW BUSINESS SALE
I 30 am., Guaranty Federal
kin Is a very flexible organ, 13\;, Street;
From middle on these Building.'
age
sort of an all covering bag 2 30 pm. Amaryllis Mrs.
I essential. The older League of Women Voters,
are per.
"rl f i! that constantly helps to protect E. D. Wynn, til NE 9th Avenue
IOn may have real discomfort Orientation Coffee, 10 a m,
Inner froman ; SELLING OUT TO THE BARE WALLS
organs
your
tl// from Itching skin. Internal Mrs. Burton Woodward, 2114 Wives
unceasing attack by ban.tents Soil Conservation
viruses, fungi and a 1 11 I disease can cause the Itchingbut West University Avenue. Club, Coffee 10 a.m., Mrs. D.
more often It Is due to the University/ Women's Club, Drive.r COME SHOP FOR REAL BARGAINS
the best sorts of potentially dangerous E. Alcorn NW Mth
in ,
nemies. Obviously It pays to gradual drying out process Choral Group 10 a m., Clubhouse r
which goes on In our e u t e r West Newberry Road. SOS UNIT
try to care for and guard this
school vItal outer covering as well coating. Gainesville Woman's Club Tree SurgeryKEN'S
as possible and never 'Jumpout Vitamin A Is often proscribed Creative Writing Group 9 30 WEST. HAIR DRYER a= $1288
corridors of your skin. for a dry skin. It Is a m. Clubhouse. Gainesville &-5- t) 4/.wle' ee
Cae't Afford Less Important that we take care Philharmonic Society, I ; .'RC..ch
of our epidermis for the sake p.m., Mill Eleanor Smith, if/A Wash
is to
Our skin so Important
of our health as well ss our I 72} ME Second Street.Chapter *Tee.a.eel.
lone muchof SUNBEAM $1495
us that we cannot PorlMIXER-r ,
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eliminate appearance.A I. II 1m. /A
it and live. It helps ItH""
waste materials regulates lovely complexion depends !I Mrs. E. J. Emi,. 2120 NW *..... ,
and on general health and]I 3rd Place.THURSDAY. .1 ,.........
body tempera u r e
contains a network of nerves. our happy emotions far a I November 19 Y. WEST. HEAT PAD a; 495
It Is also closely tied to with good foundation. Then there Holiday Decorations and i

our health and our emotions. are other important thingswe / Inspirations' Flower Show 20 _N W. "fI' A.. CI._a2.41e
1.4..6 me a.
I The skin reflects many in- can do to delay facial I Judges Council. II 30 a m. to

t eras I conditions sue h as aging I wU lea yea more WEST. FRY PAN ":: ;;;;u s69sWESTINGHOUSE
| Jaundice which turns It y e I-- about those tomorrow. .
low. Extreme dryness or oil- If ,.. wmU like le have HAVE THEM. .

i ness may Indicate sense internal my leaflet abort skill care t
i disorder. We turn pale and a stamped sell a4- U MPK1NNCEE FRY PAN CONTROL ItIO
ONLY 1 with fear and blush with shy eVetoee' ..ft.... with per 9
1 hr "'Y.. r OsierCMtteg.
rrqweif
We perspire profusely
ness.when we are very nervous. ." Address J I etphlse TV AERIALS ALL CHANNEL Douut STACK '49S
S299 We may break out to a rills Lemmas as ewe ef TheGi.esv1le j

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LIBRARY -. ,., _woo ct, 1941 HI im "VI., A British doctor found that

I 'DETROIT AP) Ford Motor -,I .the SUN Ndst W.dwells O Omlllni.101...,..1171.., WU lGO .N. MiM l>., rHlr many men for who heartburn came to him simply for

Co. studied its next move P. .. snow' 111 NW tttl Tir r.p.lr treatment
"Anyone Got A Match?", by But when we have finished II rnf wearing their belts too
today in a parts-shortage situation GENERAL HOSPITALNov. Thomas J. Durden Russell Walter Gardner 35 aneus. were
feel refreshed to High lira OM NW MM Or Max Shulman, Harper Row, reading It, we iwlmmln pool, 0100"M" 1 tight When they switched to
196<*<. realize that honest judgementsand which it says could lead to 13, 1964 Springs, a boy. Box 395 Archer, arrested at II I ,r... Sil.* H llih PL;. romidtlJtov suspenders, the symptoms disappeared

sane evaluations are still i system-wide shutdown of Its BIRTHS: ADMITTED: p.m. Sunday on State Road 24 I -.:= ...... Tnn, M N. Midi .
By AKDIS M. BLACKBURNMax possible In our muddled world. 90 plants by the end of the we k. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Justice, at Interstate 75.Fire. .H:!..!--I"! !'.,_M 000-'-= .
Shulman Is known to I The following books recently Approximately 58,000 ol 217B Flavtt III, a girl; Mr. Christopher Box, Mrs Connie -
many readers as a writer of utterly have been acquired by the Pub- Ford's 160,000 employes remained and Mrs. R. D. Wilkerson, Archer Swartz, Mrs. Judith Fields Calls 1

zany humor. It't a gift, lic Library: Idle In strikes or layoffs Fla., a girl Mrs. Marie Hammer, Lillian i At 7:24: today, B. S. Crain,
apparently, and he makes full at factories across the country' ADMITTEDsWilliam Sanderford, Mildred Adams, Robert 1311 NW 8th St., hot water heater

use of It. This book might be Religion as negotiations continued with R. Carroll, Judith I Green, Jan Durrance, Carol safety valve blew out
called more of the same. It la "The Pastor's Wife and the the United Auto Workers Union Ann Justice Mathya Adams, Mayo, Mrs. Nancy S h .ble, I At 7:45 p.m. Sunday, minor
zany humor, mad merriment, Church" (Dorothy H. Pentecost Included were 18,700 workers Cheryl E. Wilson, Mr. Sylvester John Marvel all of Gainesville auto fire at 2600 Hawthorne Rd.

slapstick burlesque pack ) a new and refreshingview affected by local-plant strikes Hughes Patrick Osborne, Sam- \ ; Mrs. Betty Durden, High
ed full and running over. of an Important aspect of which were reduced to five over T h
Mrs. ,
uel A. Moore, Carlos A. Jones, Springs; Mary o m as
< But it is a great deal more Christian life, both from the the weekend. Myron Wade, all of Gainesville High Springs; John Purnell Ar A
Mr. Shulman, under cover of viewpoint of a minister's wife Ford, blaming a carpartsshorlage
; Myron L. Adams, H a w- cher; Mrs. Linda Balreu t b e r,
his glib flow of easy humor, (such as the author) and of the from key manufacturIng thorne; Wilma C. Wilker lon, Doublin, California WASHERS DRYERSMAYTAG'S
I\ boldly attacks many of the outstanding congregation; "The Madonna" plants laid off 34,000 men Archer John M. McLoud Hawthorne SPECIAL
; -
] culture handsome last week. At that time a string DISCHARGED: BESTSCYCLEAUTOMATIC
His of our present (Jean Guitton) a
Coreen F. Collins Ar-
,
I might almost say, collestlon of works of art on of local-plant strikes was Idling cher; ;John T. Vldeon, Arched Freddie Mae Green, Mrs. Judith SALEAT WASHERS
; [ Justice and baby girl, Mrs.
| "Name your gripe: Mr. Shut- the Madonna, with a commen- 24,100 workers.
Clinton B.
Ryals, High Springs
; Arlene Ha-
Reba Tolbot, Mrs.
Both and union
If this of the Aca- expressed
man has the answer. tary by a member company
Madeline C. Yount Trenton.
Mrs. Dolores Bra Ie tt,
la an overstatement, at least demie Francaise; "A Christian hop that all the strike ley, m
I could be settled scheduled DISCHARGES: Mrs. Helen Dampier and baby
Mr. Shulman considers such Primer: Adult Answers to before a I
Mary Feltham, Eva D. Beck- boy, Homer Simmons, Car los -
problems of present day civili\ Basic Questions About the Chris- meeting between management '
tian Ftith" (Louis Cassels) and the UAW's national ham Zeddle Brooks, Hugo Jones, Samel Chavous, D a n lei
tee.'clear-cut advise and informa- bargaining committee Thurs- Crocker Wm. C. Drummo n d, Harrison William F u 1 f o rd. i.t.
day. James R. Cook Julia L. Townsend Bruce Alligood, Mrs. Wlnll r e d
the "What,:tion well excellent hintson
question, as
propounds as
I The union ordered Its national Else M. Fox, Jennie Ben- Dusenbury, Walter Blackbu r n,
If shall we do aboutIt how to work at being a
anything,
I Christian. Ford committee to Detroit to ton and baby girl Vence Stan- Mrs. Mary Cassels, Con y era
? ley, Bertha Murphy, Larkln W. Scott.
assist In negotiations after top
Is
this I
be explicit
To more ,
Wilson, Margaret Stallings and
Florida
'1* the story of Ira Shapian, a TV level talks had produced no POLICE, FIRE REPORT UNDERWOOD
These are recent, handsome agreements. baby girl. Wm. R. Carroll, Vir-
expert who loathes his Job; of reprints by the University of gie D. Boyd and baby girl, Bar- Accident Roundup
Jefferson Tatum the cigarette Following are accidents reported -
Florida Press. bara Frld and baby girl Mrs. I
magnate and of his elderly son Ecumenical Mable E. Bessie Revall by the Gainesville Police $
"Florida for Tourists Inva- Joyner, OLIVETTI
Tatum who have courted Department and Alachua 189i
Virgil ,
lids, and Settlers" (George M. Ruth Burke, Estella Dub o Is*. I I 4
the same woman for twenty County Sheriff's Office during
Barbour), 1882; "Notices of I Joan E. Hunter, Kenneth P. t-
years. And It Is, of course, Florida and the Campaigns" Council Due tengill. the past 48 hours: I'
the story of the women whom Lindsey L. Beckum, 22 W. '
they love and the women who (M. M. Cohen), 1886; "Historyof November 14, 1964 University Ave., parked, and' A-IOZ-Witll T.4.
love them. Jacksonville, Florida, and VI- Hectic WeekVATICAN BIRTIIS: hit-and-run driver, 8:48: p.m.
Jefferson Tatum has endowed cinity, 1513 to 1924" (Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Jack Sunday at Manor Motel park-I' LETTERA = d
College F. Davis), 1925; "The Civil Old Town Mr. and
a college Acanthus Florida" CITY (AP) The son, a boy; Ing lot
-which has never lost a War and Reconstruction In current session of the Vatican Mrs. Edgar L. Wight, Santa Fe, Arthur Brown '223 SW 7th One hundred leading professional
(William W. Davis), 1913; a boy Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. and designers called this "the best
football game and never won a Ecumenical Council entered Its ; Place bicycle ridden by
scholarship, and Virgil Tatum "Sketches, Historical and Top. final week today with word LeCIair 2202 NW 36th Terr a Euline Seay, 1651 SE 9th St.,I designed machine In modem
la president of it. A very beautiful ographical, of the Florldas"James from Paul VI that Important girl; Mr. and Mrs. John Avln- 6:45: p.m. Sunday 900 SEE 4th times" It weighs just 8tt

closed corporation, pleasIng (Purchase G.of Forbes Florida"), 1821; ("The Hub- church Pope doctrines must be ger, Santa Fe, a boy.ADMITTED. St. No injuries. pounds yet hat such big typewriter .Unsurpassed Capacity

everyone until old Jefferson ert B. Fuller), 1906; "The Exiles Issued before the session ends. : Glenda L. Hardin, Rt 2 Box I fiituris as keyboard .Lint Filter Tub
alarmed at a slight falling of Florida" (Joshua R. It promised to be the most Mrs. Virginia LeClair, Michael 324, and Brenda Lou Durham, .Cold Water Wash and Rinse
off In the sale of cigarettes, week for the council Prater, Margaret Wisler, Cecil SeverRustproof
) 1858 "Historical hectic 2,000 Stetson University, DeLand, at Water
Glddmgs ;
called In Ira Shapian of TV lia Foster, Thomas Neff Jessie
Memoir of the War In East Florida athers since they started this 7:23: p.m. Sunday, SW 13th St. Cabinet
fame to look over the situation and Louisiana in 1814 third session Sept 14. Meyer, Mrs. Norma Gilford, Patricia and 8th Ave. ..
re-educate the public, Hutchinson William Ful-
,
and boom the sale of all clgaI 15" (A. Lacarrlere Latour), The cardinals and archbishops, ford, all of Gainesville; Mrs. Anne McMullen 909 NW 17th MAYT/G RATED ". 1a
patriarchs
I I rotted in general and Tatum 1816; "The Whole and True)bishops have to meet in the afternoons may Betty Lou Avinger, Santa Fe; Ave., and William Austin Walter AUTOMATICS
cigarettes in particular.A Dlscouerye of Terra Flori Mrs. Lavon Jackson, Old Town; 277-18 Corry Village, Uni-
beautiful situation! Ira responds da" (Jean Ribaut), 1563; "Pe- as documents well as ready the mornings for the to ceremonial get- Mrs. Shirley Wight, Santa Fe; versity of Florida, 11 a.m. Sunday

enthusiastically, pro- dro Mencndex de Aviles" (SoIl. Eunice O'Steen, Trenton; Mrs. at 1700 W. University Ave.J. .
ceeds to revamp the college, Is de Meras), 1567; "The Origin seemed closing virtually Saturday.It certain Dora Lovett, Alachua; K a r en T. Pons, 129 SE 20th St. Reg. $63 Plus Tax

I the Tatums and everything else Progress, and Conclusion of hat Pope Paul would be able tossue Lundquist, Hawthorne. and Sheldon Clment Miami GIANT 16 LB. BOX OFTIDE
the Florida War" (John T. 11:06: p.m. Saturday at 100 W.
he can lay his hands on. Having two council schemata as DISCHARGED: NOW
Sprague), 1848; "CarpetbagRule University Ave. Pons cited for $4995
changed the college, In John Wallace full Church decrees next Satur- Archie Jones, Mrs. Russelene
In Florida" ( -
the short space of six or eight iay. Foley and baby girl, Mrs. Betty following too closely. ONLY
"Richard Keith ,
months, from an athletic beef- ), 1888; One blazes a new path for Roma White and baby girl, Mrs. Judith York D. Hollhigsworth, 847 s
Call" (Herbert J. Doherty, Jr.); SW 5th Ave., parked, and hit- LIMITED
trust to a symposium of scientists Catholic relations with other -, Grant and baby boy JanIce PLUS TAX i
"Jacksonian Democracy on theFrontier" and-run driver 4:45 Satur- SUPPLY IUY WHERISERVICI IS A SPECIALTY
he arranges a TV debate Christians we other esiaollshes Pogue John Vldeon, Mrs p.m.
Arthur W.
I among some of,the best mindsIn Florida ( the principle that all bishops Debris Cunningham and b aby day.
the country on the subject Thompson). share collectively with the girl, Myron Adams, Etta White DWI JIM VOYLES

of the chemicals and preservatives Fiction"Ilerzog" Ptfpe In governing the church. Charles Strange Donald Stone, Ben Trowel). Rt. 2 Ft White, CHESNUT OFFICE
Used in modern foods, the (Saul Bellow) Final voting on the first schema Stanley Erwin, Judy Canty, Mrs. arrested at noon Sunday on I
ides, of course, being to show the much-acclaimed, magnificently titled "De Oecumenlsmo" Lucille Jackson and baby boy, State Road 25 one-half mile I Equipment Co., Inc. 419 N.W. 8th AVE. 3725303ludf
that cigarettes are not at fault written novel about "a On Unity was completed Charles George, Hazel Hart, north of High Springs. Sheriff's Tons,, .il.bli OM* M. TO P.M.
In causing the ills for which man of our time" by one of last Saturday leaving only the Cheryl Wilson, Henry Chi t t y, deputies said Trowell's car' 10< W. UNIVIRSITY AVINUIPHONIF

they are so often blamed. America's most brilliant and In- formality of a vote In public Frieda McCormlc, Freddie Os- struck another vehicle from .be 2-8421
Ira, who has his own, secret telligent authors; "Not a CloudIn meeting before promulgation.For teen, Mrs. Annie Cox and baby hind. I "PEOPLE BELIJLVE IN MAY.T rI

Ideas as to the value of TV the Sky" (Josephine Lawrence the other schema, "De girl, Mrs. Beverly Dumesnil and
(\ as a culural medium, manages ) a satirical account of Ecclesla" On the Church baby girl, Vida Watson, Antonia i
the affair in his own way."Shenanigans" life In an efficient, automated, final voting on a series of minor Millan and baby, Mrs. Janice
Is the wordi privacy-killing, forced retirement changes will take place Tuesday Monroe and baby boy Mrs. Ann
for much of the story. But we community of the future, and Wednesday.These Kraus and baby boy, Mrs. Jane
are left with an uncomfortable and the rebellion of some of two schemata are of Barker and baby boy, Wanda .
sense that Ira has played us Its Inmates; "The Exact and outstanding significance to the Douglas.

all for fools But as a whole Very Strange Truth" (Ben Piazza Christian world. Christian unity November IS 1964 I
the book Is a brilliant arraign- ) the moving, yet tight--Is a major goal of the Ecumenical BIRTHS: I

ment of modern life and ideas ly written, first novel by a successful Council. Pope Paul has Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Swartz Qu
and we are all\ likely to find I I actor, centered arounda termed the Issue of shared pa- 3403 NW 3rd St. a girl; Mr. fr
some of our pet peeves made young member of a half-im- pal-episcopal power the coun- and Mrs. Alan Fields, 229S Fla- 7Iia'J .
fun of and derided. I'migrant-Siclllan, halt South- cil's weightiest task. vett III, a boy; Mr. and Mrs.
The book is like a sugarcoated ern-Baptist family" ; "The Italian The pontiff was obviously alluding Richard H. Hammer, 902 NW
pill: one long I laugh.' Girl" (iris Murdoch) to the two schematawhen" 39th Ave., a boy; Mr. and Mrs.
through an air of high comedy he told the crowd In St : u

a perceptive description of Peter's Square Sunday that, "In .
f Playing Dead a straight-laced unbend I n g this week, God willing, we must '
man's re-Introduction into the conclude discussions very important ATCLARKE'S
i Saves Hunter human species; "Daughter, on themes and argu-

My Daughter" (Mildred Jeffrey ments, and there must be promulgated OUr
From Grizzly ) a female version of' doctrines Important to Recommend This join
the blackboard lunole In the Christian life." yoU1r
WHITEFISH, Mont. (AP) Puerto Rican slums; "An Infinity It was the first time since the, Famous NylonAIIW.ather ben ,
Montana hunter Halbert Harvey of Mirrors" (Richard Con- council began In October 1962, 42" -
played dead, and he credits the don) a spectacular melodrama that a Pope had made a public
corpse-like pose with preventing set In World War. II Ger- statement that council decrees I with TUFSYN \\ I

him from becoming one in a many, by the author of "T h eManchurlan must be Issued by a certain '
3 T cord rhit llr.
Nylon gives [
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fight with a grizzly bear. Candidate. time. I grtottr irrtnglh Man other RF1111
The 60-year-old WhItefish lawyer cgnomy-lln tirtt. And TufsynIt )
hunting north of her. M.. toughest rubber Goodyear
last week, had Just passed a hoi ever used In outs tirtt. Piece Mats art 15 by lOVx Inches
big sprnce tree then he heard A Financing Plan tot Very Need

s noise, turned and saw the
frizzly barging. I An attractive package of eight Christ-

The first swipe
lilvortlp's
Ipun Barvey'i rifle away and mas decorator place mats in gaily color-
lent ban sprawling.< Need cash for
There he stayed as If dead
ed to have when
his faced pushed Into 4he hillside design so handy

While the grisly bit and
clawed him. The bear finally friends gather this holiday season.
( walked away holiday ? l
expenses
Hunting companion Don Hers,
some SOO-yirds away, heard the Let us give you your set of place mats
commotion and hurried to the

spot to find his Injured friend. Get it today-quickly, $895 51:.:.n> ...Laee. when you come in to join our new

Harvey was In good condition .... ,.
hi! a bospItal here after doctors confidentially-from the Associates.Don't T.-
took M stitches to close wounds Christmas Club.GUARANTY.

to bis scalp, hand and foot. let th. holidays trip you with 1 10 95 :: .. :

multiple payoMnU. With a loan from the
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of Special InterestTo : March/ of f Dimes Fashions FabulousA Church 1


the Colored Community
,
Circles i
News Items for this PURS should be directed to Ben F. Chflds, Colored News !

editor by mall at 526 NW 8th St. or bjr phone at FR 57S3.. Do not lend __

Items directly to the Sun office. MONDAY,November ItSI
', 'wh.r.t wr.hu.n.,% DM mil..... will bt Hunt M P''t ft Patrick Church

: I pm. St Jude's Circle, I
I FAMU ALUMNI PLAN MEET! T. D. Davis, moderator, will I During the meeting, there will Mrs Robert A, Guldice 1001
The Alachua County Chapter convene at the ML M o r I a II be business meeting held. NE 20th Plate
of the FAMU Alumni Association Baptist Church with Rev L. A.Tillman The parents art urged to be Wesley Community
Invites all county alumni pastor Gaineavi II',, In I Methodist! Church

of florida A and M Univer Nov, 27.2JThe attendance cr.rrr.l ;. I I p.m., Virginia Chapman
: city to its regular meeting or
officers are as followsRev : t Y rw. Circle, Mrs R. N Walker
Wednesday, Nov. 18. The SLATES MEETINGThe j 22"4N h 12th Terrace,
\ I
D. A. Williams, prilldent ,
meeting will be held in the all- y
TUESDAY November 17
,
; Rev. P. J. Cason. vice- Youth Progressive I ,
of Lincoln Higr
School purpose at room 7:30: p.m. president; Mrs. Ruth Maxwell,Choirs' Union will render Its I j Henley Community
I The not exist secretary; Deacon D. A. Wil--monthly program at the Eman- s rY Methodist Church
only
chapter ? l41t 1 Helen Thomas Or
liams, treasurer; Deacon HGasklns uel Baptist Church on Wednesday 4 tM pm,
for the of promoting,
purpose
tie, Mrs. A. M FetUs 327
chairman of finance .
at I
j
directly the better interests I of
committee; Rev. A J< skits'I p.m- a NW 15th Terrace
FAMU but also for the purpose N SLPatrhks Church
Bible Instructor; Deacon R I '
of promoting quality of Franklin, Sunday School superintendent WOMEN'S DAY PROGRAM ;;5 c 1.30 pm., S., Ann s Circle, I
education and experience for :
Mrs. John Harrison 727 SW
Mrs. 0 M. Rents, ,
the Information youth of Alachua on chapter County programs Baptist Training; Union, president The women of the Friendship -v .t r.r. 27th Street. ___ 4Ctd '

; 0 Johnson, choir president Baptist Cllllrch are sponsoring
be obtained from W
may ; James Hayes pianist; their Annual Women' Day program -
either of the following oft tceri Deacon H. Fort chairman of on the fourth Sunday of w M.p. irta, ra +
Chi Robin 0 m
Ira
: a n.
program committee; Mrs Ber- this month at the church
I president 372-7528; Arthui ..zTruly I
nice Caskins Levi! i iIF
chorister p.
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;
Benton, secretary 371 > 7034; Mrs. Mable Dorsey Home Thanksgiving
or Marcus Boston, comptroller, Griffin, chairman of solicitors Economics teacher at Lincoln
}I 378-0015. committee; Mrs. M. Middleton High School, will be guest 4p Canls
[ reporter; and H. Round tea *, speaker on the occasion. .
chairman of the U a her i ---

CARD The family OF THANKS of the late Handy Board. a peat cost I Is this !Monte-Sunn and Truian deilga for Thursday, Nov. 28
In a new (vary ottoman of dacron polyester and wool by
Childs wish to thank friend PERSONALS CHESNUT OFFICE
Angki The back I U shirred to a yoke for grateful fullnrm
for their acts of kind! nest EQUIPMENT CO., INC.
CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs Perkins of St .w The Iron. Invisibly fastened at the collarless neckline, Is I .
shown during his death The o' w, Uuv. A .., f 2 1411
unadorned Richness of fabric and ol line arhle\e
simplicity
Petersburg, are visiting Mri I'
Blakney and Ford families. I Mri Beulah Williams wishesto Perkins relatives In G al I n e sville quality of excitement coupled with discreet elegance ..this kind of understated elrganre
thank Mrs. Eliza T. Bell marks this brilliant blue tweed costume from Bets Relg, .. -
SPECIAL NOTICE I and also members of the Prayer with alabaster white Jersey for coat lining and companion
The First Division Minister Band for their kind re- Miss Mattie Brown and Miss dress For the rich hued fabric Anglo combine three yarns
and Deacons Union auxillar) memberance during her recent Helen West, both of Deland, wool, orion acrylic and nylon In vivid and pile blue, An CalendarOf
to the Jerusalem M i II slonary illness. Mrs. Beulah Williams. were guests here yesterday. Interesting lure of the while dress la Ito separate cowl
Baptist Association, with Rev, collar
I Mrs Ella N. Johns left yesterday :7gw

I I"I (ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSICThe : for Sarasota because of business 'Faihloni for a Fair I each performance of the EventsMONDAY
( She will be away for leveral Lady" will be shown for the

:P.GASJ I Orange Blossom Classic days benefit of the March of Dimes I show.All Proceeds la MarchAll
train will leave Friday, November
special
Mr and Mrs. James R. on November 17 at the Gaines from the show
Dec. 4, at 10:15: p.m. at Waldo, I ville Woman Club. There profits University Women Club,
Barnes and daughter Carolyn,
be the work
will used In
per.
and arrive at Miami on Saturday will be two showings; one at Membership Tea, 3 30 to 1:10pm
all of East Point Ga., were of .
formed by the March
at 5:30: a.m.Reservations ., Clubhouse, Welt NLW-
10 and
a m an evening
weekend.
guests here the past performance .
I w I have begs n at I o'clock. Dimes.Dr. berry Road, Mrs J Wayne
,through Nov. 21 by contactingthe I William B. Well, headof Belts, hostess.
following persons after Sp Mrs. Fred Laughon Jr., the Birth Defect Center at Gainesville Woman Club,

.m.; Mrs Mae Alice Harris, CHURCH ,ANNOUNCEMENTS I general chairman for the ben- the University of Florida Art Class, 9.30 a.m.. Clubhouse -
; FR 6-4017. or John Dukes Jr., I Mt. Pleasant Methodist- The efits hopes 900 will. attend! School of Medicine, are willIng .
ao FR 20324. Stewards' Board will meet today to offer our time and energy Coffee for Antique Fair

\ I The round trip fare la 1540. 7;30 p.m. Reuben Me- In order that we may Exhibitors, I p.m Mrs. Thomas -
--;;: You'll have to pay for your own Henry, chairman There will be learn, may teach others and Maren, 122 SW 14th

hotel expenies :midweek Prayer Services tomorrow 1 may provide a service to our Avenue
1 r1' 7:30: p.m.; the Chi I Idren I- community unequalled else Great Books Dluuiilon I
1 'a Choir will rehearse Wednesday ref\ I. where We need your help to (;roup, I p.m., Gainesville

1j GO MODERN IN ARCHER NEWS ..30 p.m.; the YouthChoir I permit us to help others"' Public I library, i iGainesville I

j Card of Thanks will rehearse Wednesday, High-style Fashions Toailmm ten JlJf1ff{ LPGASCfNTRAl
i YOUR KITCHEN i 8 1 pm Choir No. :1 will rehearse 'and Club, I 30 pm. Park LaneCafeteria.
unusual
The high/ atyl j I
The Grand Union Lodge No. on Thursday, 7:30: p.m. THURSDAY November It .

Ii 4 Cook tasty meals easier, ,34 wishes to extend its appreciation -Edell '!Turner president: Richard ; Kitchen shower feting Mini ed donated gowna to to be the shown March were of University Toaslmailers HEATING SYSTEM
to all for their cooperation Club, 11 30 UP
I' refrigerate foods, enjoy| persons Parker organist. The Com : a m Faculty I
Jane Bingham fiancee of Dimes by the du Pont Company
ample hot water. and in making the program -mission on Education and Club.
more, with the low cost I a success. Church School Staff will meet George Schildge of Middle- and are originals from. Gainesville Branch, National EAST JrUS$2 99951 -
i help of Phllgas.'UNCH'"An'IUTOI. The total money raised was on Friday, 7:30 pm. In the ton, N. J.. pm. Mr*. some of the most outatandIng League of American Pen _
$75. Thomas Rollins president; Second Unit V. L Trapp chair James Pope 311 SW 27th fashion houses in the Women, I p m,. Dr. L II i 11 J a Regardless of the type or aiM el hnrnftVOAasiohi

I I Mrs Katie M Nattiel, reporter. man of the Board of Education; Street. United Slates Boon, 2027 NW 7th Lane or plan to bull an Ll'-Gaa central hcatbff,....'

J. Franklin Jones, Jr., Church Shower honoring Men Ka y Among the ensembles! to be City Panhellenle, I p m, U bent for you.. In comfort, convenlmcvanu boar
School superintendent Rev, Nelson, fiancee of Ronald I shown will be a salt and pepper Chi Omega Hum, (07 Went rout You owe It to rout timid wt bow
I PARADISE NEWS W. M. Ferguson, pastor. Wiggins! I p m, Mrs. Forfeit tweed-only the pepper Panhellrnlc Drive, Open little It resets to Install thin I rmdW fssrw
Special Notice McCann and Mrs. Luke Eng! here Is red. The citified suit Meeting for all/ (ralernl t y with tight heat nutlet In your homo. HMMI M
Emanuel Baptist Sunday David Kldd alumnae members FREE Teflon and.HOOD
., was designed by today for your fry pun
home MS
llsh at the former ,
The Sunday School of the St. School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- for Arthur Jablow and sells American Association e f Heating Sun.,.
I Luke Missionary Baptist Church ship, U a m.; Baptist Training NW llth Avenue. for $225 It features a white University Women. 7,30 p mMrs ., I
t is planning a hay ride Thanks- Union 1:30: pm.; and evening FRIDAY, November 20 beaver-lined stole over I h I John V launders, 101 EAST CBItN,
giving; Day and also a programin worship, 1:30 pm.. Choir No. tide buttoned'Jacket and NW 22nd Drive TEFLONFRY
F WgIS! the evening at I p m. at the :2 will have its rehearsal today Buffet supper compliment I Women Auxiliary In Ala
'I Mils I Jane Bingham pleated skirt PAN
church. 7:30: p m.; there will be Ing chua County Medical Society,
All members andalso Interested meeting tomorrow, 7:30: bride elect of George Also on the ihow program I be ....... -
I prayer 7 to I 30 J. Hlllls Mil
pm"
12 S.W. 1st ST. friends ire asked to call pm.; and Choir No. I will have Sthildge of Middleton N. J", will be Colhe glittering eve. ler Health Center Auditor- Is .......1IOMt
!FR -5402 until Nov 22. Mils U rehearsal Thursday, 730 Mrs Justin Harlow, lOa NW sing look In a magnificent: ham, Babysitters' Safety i HIAJ1NGoMIWIY8ii
Phone 376-5392 i Leah G. Rents, reporter. pm. Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor; 20th Terrace flowered brocade gown from Course I I
GREEN'S FUEL
The dress la shot
Mrs M. E. Middleton reporter. Kandelaft Gainesville Club I
SATURDAY: Nevembw 21 Bridge!
0.. .l.4 ... 21 Y...* through and through with I t 1
I "Horns r Al Ik* $.<". L...tiM'in ,NAACP MEETING SET be mid week Meditation Luncheon honoring .Mill 1 gleaming threads A sable Galneivllle Garden Club, I 611 W. UNIV. AVE.sruao.u. .
services tomorrow 7.30 p.m.; Jane Bingham bride electof cuffed Jacket opens to an un- Board of Directors, I 30 a m. .
1 .. HONE 316 5031
The NAACP meeting will be of Mid velvet .
':and Youth Forum Wednesday, George! Schlidge expected lining of garnet Guaranty Federal Savings
I held at the Mt. Carmel Baptist'7:30: p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright I dleton N. J.. I p m., Mr. -the same ai seen on the and Loan Community Room
Church today at 11 i m Rev. T. pastor; Mrs Either W. Hamm, John Cherry, Hotel Tho m- .0wn'l bodice. AH: for $300
-
A. Wright president. reporter. a*, Tickets, priced at $:I each,

Linen shower complimentIng are on sale at Parriah Radio -

Miss Julie Carves fiancee Shop, Citizens Bank,
NEWBERRY NEWS FRIENDLY CHOIRS' UNION of William N. Babcock Wise's Drug Store and L and GOING OUT OF

PTA Meeting of Dayton Beach, t p. m, L. Mens Shop and may be
I The Parent Teacher Associa The Friendly Choirs Union Mrs. W. E. Canwell Jr., purchased at the door of the
Ion of Newberry Elementary will convene at the Mt. Ell club
3453 NW First Court. '
School win hold its meeting in Baptist Church at Evmston to-
the auditorium of the school tomorrow day it 3 p m.
at I pjn Th. public is invited. j Rose Society. Program BUSINESS SALE

Dr. T. J. Sheehan, memberof ed Hostesses will be Mrs B.

":! Affianced Couple the University of Florida E. Nadrau, Mrs. P- C RurUke SELLING OUT TO THE BARE WALLS

t" : Department of Ornament I and Mrs. J. W. SiteS.

Horticulture, will present a Alt Interested persons are '

the best Feted McMullensMiss program, entitled "Rose Varieties I Invited to attend COME SHOP FOR REAL_.BARGAINS

( By : ," when the Gainesville rot IXMIT

school ROM Society meets Tuesdayat

Grace Carol Dodge delabra entwined with Ivy I p m at Guaranty Federal Tree Surgery WEST. HAIR DRYER9s $12.88 "
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corridors I t and James Hicks Green, who and pink roses. Roses were Building! Community Room. 7 1':!.J. 'w : ;=-..

will be married December II used at local points throughout Refreshments will be serv *c.w:

in Richmond V,., were honored the house. .'_.

i with an Informal party Rose corsages were presented i Writers Club I .s.h 1.__e.' SUNBEAM Port MIXER s aWL $1495

given by Mr and Mrs. K. SMcullen la Miss Dodge and
at their him I hi Mrs. Tom U. Green, mother A symposium of original "=.

Audubon Park Saturday evenng el the bridegroom elect work by members! followed M.CJtt WEST. HEAT PAD REG. $495

,1 The honored couple was I by a critique win be the program ,
Assisting the hosts 'In tile presented a gift of silver for the Writers' CI I IL o k 20 o-w w w.-IC-... ..N.. 'I-.U"

I I hospitalities were Mrs. Carlo More than 10 guests wereentertained I Tuesday n ght iriMMIRSIRLERIG.
1 Proctor, Mrs Perry C. Me- during else evening WEST. FRY PAN 5695
$1491
Grill Mrs. Ira J. Carter Jr., KEN'S HAVE THEM. .
Mrs
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Marcus Mriam, Mrs. Richard

ONLY 1 Uinerd. Mrs. T.Praetor C Gwyati Hint .to housewives: Beet 9i3tiPKII and CEPiE WESTINGHOUSE FRY PAN CONTROL 1/50
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wash eu before yw since
The punch table was overlord then ks the rcfrtgentor Water TV AERIALS ALL CHANNEL DOUBLE STACK 4'$
$299 wick a white lines cloth lestrwr Uw protective Km that
I and adorned with silver csnv "Mps' keep out air and odors i{
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The best-shod foot to the SAVE ON FUEL
best school holts well THIS WIHTIUCENTRAL TRAI\TE -

wear" tM block upper HEATINGTHiaMOSTATlCAUr MC. MANY OTHER ITEMS AT A BIG
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DETROIT (AP) Ford Motor W., O men who came to (
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Co. studied Y I. ..,., for heartburn simply
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"Anyone Got A Match? by But when we have finished II roof, MMli wearing their belts too cI'
Shulman & Row, reading It, we feel refreshed to today In I parts-shortage situa- GENERAL HOSPITALNov. ... S. '
Max Harper switched to J
ttruct When they
ion which It could lead to i t,
1961. realize that honest Judgementsand says 13, 1964 I "M1 .IK. dis- \
.. ", the symptoms ,
a system-wide shutdown of Its BIRTHS uuun. ,11 t
sane evaluations are still : ......
By ARDIS M. BLACKBURNMax possible In our muddled world. 90 plants by the end of the we k. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Justice, 5t.Iog""aw. e.p.l", ....,_. 13 Tmq_. III N. Main appeared.
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Shulman is known to The following books recently Approximately 53,000 of 17B Flav t III, a girl; Mr. : 7 oo

many readers as a writer of ut.have been acquired by the Public Ford's 160,000 employes remained and Mrs R. D. Wilkerson, Archer -
terly zany humor It's a gift, Library: Idle In strikes or layoffsat Fla., a girLADMrrrED I I :
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and he makes full factories t
apparently, across the countryas
use of It. This book might be Religion negotiations continued with : 11.
called more of the same. It Is "The Pastor's Wife and the the United Auto Workers Union. William R. Carroll, Judith n

zany humor, mad merriment, Church" (Dorothy H. Pente- Included were 18,700 workers Ann Justice Mathya Adams, ol I o
burlesque packed and refreshingview affected by strikes Cheryl: E. Wilson, Mr. Sylvester
slapstick cost) a new local-plant ,
Hughes, Patrick Osborne Samuel
full and running over. of an Important aspect of which were reduced to five over e
A. Moore, Carlos A. Jones. I
But it Is a great deal more Christian life, both from the the weekend.
Mr. Shulman, under' cover of viewpoint of i minister's wife I Ford, blaming i carpartsshortage Myron Wade, all of Galne.I ;
ille Myron L Adams Hawthorne ; r.p'
his glib now of easy humor. (such as the author) and of the from key manufacturing ; WASHERS DRYERSMAYTAG'S
boldly;; attacks many of the out congregation; "The Madonna"I plants, laid off 34,000 men ; Wilma C. Wilker 0 n, .. ,
)
Archer John M. McLoud Hawthorne I
; p
standing Ills of our present culture '(Jean Gultton) a handsome last week. At that time a stringof BESTSCYCLEAUTOMATIC
I might almost say, collestion of works of art on local-plant strikes was Idling ; Coreen F. Collins, Archer -I WASHERSF1I N
John
T. Vldeon Archer
,
"Name your gripe: Mr. Shul- the Madonna, with a commen 24,100 workers. ; ; ,
Clinton B.
Ryals, High Springs ,
man has the answer." U this tary by a member of the Aca- Both company and union expressed ; I fA
Madeline C. Yount Trenton.DISCHARGES .
,
Is an overstatement, at least demle Francaise; "A Chris- hop that all the strikes l
Mr. Shulman considers such tian Primer: Adult Answers to could be settled before a scheduled : Sin

problems of present day civilization Basic Questions About the Christian meeting between manage- Mary Feltham, Eva D. Beck-
ment and the UAW's national ham, Zeddie Brooks, Hugo!
as love, food, cigarettes Filth" (Louis Cassels) -
P
Crocker, Wm. C, Drummo n d,. 1
and bargaining committee Thurs
TV and segregation, clear-rut advise and Informa-
James R. Cook Julia L. Townsend ( emt
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propounds the question, "What, tion, as well as excellent hintson day.The )
aboutIt union ordered Its national Else M. Fox, Jennie Benton -;
if anything, shall we do how to work at being a
and baby girl, Vence Stanley -
?" Christian. Ford committee to Detroit to
To be more explicit this Is assist In negotiations after top- Bertha Murphy, Larkin W. ,
the of Ira Shaplan, a TV Florida level talks had produced no Wilson, Margaret Stallings and
story who loathes his job: ofJefferson These are recent, handsome agreements. baby girl, Wm. R. Carroll, Vir-,
expert Tatum the cigarette reprints by the University of gle D. Boyd and baby girl, Bar- \
Florida Press. bars Frid and baby girl, Mrs.]
and of his elderly son
magnate "Florida for' Tourists, Invalids Ecumenical Mable E. Joyner, Bessie Revall,
who have courted 995
Virgil Tatum,
and Settlers" (George M. Ruth Burke, Estella Dub o Ise,
for twen-
the same woman Barbour), 1882; "Notices of Joan E. Hunter Kenneth Petenglll. -

ty the years.story And of the It women Is, of course whom, Florida and the Campaigns" Council Due hind.'I: I

they love and the women who (M. M. Cohen), 1886; "Historof November 14, 1964 A.102.WIIII T.....
Jacksonville, Florida, and Vicinity I
love them. Hectic WeekVATICAN I BIRTHS: :
Jefferson Tatum has endowed 1513 to 1924" (Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Jackson I

a college Acanthus Col- F. Davis), 1925; "The Clvl I Old Town, a boy; Mr. and I
in FloIda" CITY (AP) The
War and Reconstruction -
lege-which has never lost a Mrs. Edgar L. Wight, Santa Fe,
session of the Vatican
(William W. Davis), 1913"Sketches ; current
football game and never won a a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Robert A.
Ecumenical Council entered Its
scholarship, and Virgil TatumIs Historical and Top LeClair, 2202 NW 36th Terr. Igirl
final week today with word
of the Florldas"Jame.
president of It. A very beau ographical, ; Mr. and Mrs. John Avin- 6:
( G. Forbes), 1821 "The from Pope Paul VI that Important -
;
tiful, closed corporation, pleasIng Purchase of Florida" (Hubert church doctrines must be ger, Santa Fe, a boy.ADMITI'ED. Unsurpoucd Capacity
until old Jeffer- : lint Filter Tub
everyone B. Fuller), 1906, "The Exiles Issued before the session ends
son, alarmed at a slight falling of Florida" (Joshua RGlddings It promised to be the most Mrs. Virginia LeClair, Michael I .Cold Water Wash end Hint

off In the sale of cigarettes, ), 1858; "Hlstorlca hectic week for the 2,000 council Prater, Margaret Wisler, Cecilia I .Water SaverRustproof I
called In Ira Shaplan of TV Foster, Thomas Neff, Jessie I
started this
Memoir of the War In East Florida fathers since they 7: Cabinet I
fame to look over the situation and Louisiana In 1814 third session Sept. 14 Meyer, Mrs. Norma Gilford, Patricia ...........-................-..-
reeducate the public, Hutchinson, William Ful- 'Y
and boom the tale of all cigarettes 15"816 (A."The Lacarrlere Whole and Latour True).(bishops The cardinals and patriarchs, archbishops may, ford, all of Gainesville; Mrs MAYTOGUTOMATICS RATED NolFREE l
; A
Lou Santa
and Tatum Fe
In general Discouerye of Terra F I 0 ridl" have to meet In the afternoonsas Betty Avinger, ,
Mrs. Lavon Old
cigarettes in particular.A Jackson Town;
well the mornings to get 1
1583 "Pe- as
Ribaut
(Jean ), ;
beautiful situation! Ira re- Mrs. Shirley Wight Santa Fe;
documents ready for the ceremonial -
dro Menendex de Aviles" (SoIls -
Eunice O'Steen, Trenton Mrs. !
sponds enthusiastically, proceeds ;
Saturday.It
closing
de Moran), 1567.; "The OrigIn -
to revamp the college, certain Dora Lovett Alachua; K a r en
seemed virtually 1 1Y
and Conclusion ofthe ,
the Tatums and everything else Progress, i Lundquist, Hawthorne. OFTIDE
Florida War" (John T. that Pope Paul would be able to GIANT 16 LI. IOX
he can lay his hands on. Having issue two council schemata as DISCHARGED: :

changed the college, In Sprague in),Florida"1848; (John"CarpetbagRule Wal. full Church decrees next Satur- Archie Jones, Mrs. Russelene I l
the short space of ilx or eight Foley and baby girl, Mrs Betty
"Richard KeltCall"
lace 1888
months from an athletic beef. ), ; Jr. )day.One blazes a new path for Roman Whit. and baby girl, Mrs. Judith -
J.
Herbert ) I
trust to a symposium! of scientists ( Doherty, ; Catholic relations with other Grant and baby boy Janice -
he arranges a TV debate "Jacksonian Frontier"Democracy Arthur on the W. Christians. The other establishes Pogue, John Vldeon, Mrs. : lUT WHIR SERVICE IS A SPECIALTY
Florida
among; some of the best minds ( the principle that all bishops Deloris Cunningham and baby ;
in the country on the subject Thompson). share collectively with the, girl Myron Adams, Etta White. ] JIM YOYLES J

of the chemicals and preservatives Fiction 'Pope In governing the church. l Charles Strange, Donald Stone;I

used In modern foods, the "Herzog" (Saul Bellow) I' Final voting on the first schema Stanley Erwin, Judy Canty, Mrs. !
idea of course, being to'show the much-acclaimed, magnificently titled "De Oecumenlsmo' Lucille Jackson and baby boy I 419 N.W. 8th AVE. 3725303yj r
that cigarettes are not at fault written novel about "a ,_ On Unity was completed Charles George, Hazel Hart,' 55.t T.rmi AniUbU_Op.. Frl. Til* P.M.EOPLL .

In causing the Ills for which 1 man of our time" by one of last Saturday, leaving only the Cheryl Wilson Henry ChI I It t y, r

they are so often blamed.Ira Amerlca'i most brilliant and Intelligent formality of a vote In public Frieda McCormlc, Freddie Os-
who has his own, secret authors; "Not a CloudIn meeting before promulgation. teen, Mrs. Annie Cox and baby > BELIELVL IN MA 5i
Ideas as to the value of TV the Sky" (Josephine Law. For the other schema, "De I girl, Mrs. Beverly Dumesnil and I ---- -

as a culural medium, manages rence) a satirical account oflire Ecclesia" On the Church baby girl Vida Watson, Antonia
the affair In his own way."Shenanlgans" In an efficient automated, final voting on a series of minor Milan and baby, Mrs. Janice
Is the word privacy-killing, forced retlr changes will take place Tuesdayand Monroe and baby boy, Mrs. Ann
for much of the story But we ment community of the future, Wedneiday. (Kraus and baby boy, Mrs. Jane'

are left with an uncomfortablesense and the rebellion of some of These two schemata are or Barker and baby boy Wanda

that Ira has played us Its Inmates; "The Exact and outstanding significance to the Douglas. ., .
all for fools. But as a whole Very Strange Truth" (Ben PI- Christian world. Christian unity; November 15, 1M4

the book is a brilliant arraign anna) the moving, yet tightly Is a major goal of the Ecumenical BIRTHS: ;
ment of modern life and Ideas written, first novel by a successful Council. Pope Paul has Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Swartz

and we are all likely to find actor, centered around termed the Issue of shared pa- 3403 NW 3rd St. a girl; Mr.'TJOl1s frQQ

some of our pet peeves made I young member of a half-Hi pal-episcopal power the coun and Mrs. Alan Fields, 229S Fla-

fun of and derided. migrant-Sicilian, half South cil's weightiest task. vett III, a boy; Mr. and Mrs.
The book Is like a sugarcoated rn-Baptist family; "The ItalIan The pontiff was obviously alluding Richard H. Hammer, 902 NW i

pill: one long laugh<< Girl" (Iris Murdoch) to the two schemata 39th Ave., a boy; Mr and Mrs I
trough an air of high com when-he told the crowd In St

dy, a perceptive description of! Peter's Square Sunday that "In
laying Dead a straight-laced, unbend I In |g this week God willing we must

man's re-Introduction into the conclude discussions very Important ATCLARKE'S

Saves Hunter human ipecles; "Daughter, Oh" on themes and arguments .

My Daughter" (Mildred Jeffrey and there must be promulgated

From Grizzly ) a female version of doctrines Important to Recommend This %.oin OUr
the blackboard Jungle In the! Christian life." I, yoU ,
WHITEFISH Mont (AP) Puerto Rican slums; "An I. It was the first time since the' Famous NylonAILWeather \
Montana hunter albert[ Harvey Inity of Mirrors" (Richard Con- council began In October 1962'' "42"withTUFSYN ,;.

played dead, and he credits the don) a spectacular melodrama that a Pope had made a publicstatement j
corpse-like pose with preventinghim set In World War II Germany that council decree I

from becoming one In a by the author of "T h e must be Issued by a certain I nsrPlace
,
3-T Nylon cord gives MIa toe
fight with a grizzly bear. Manchurian Candidate." time. ___n I greater strength than other _
The fO-year-oId Whitefish lawyer cgnomy-lint tir". And TutiynIt :
hunting north of her I |H toughest lubber Goo
i last week had Just passed a A hoi war uud tn auto tires.E Meta ere 15 by 10ft ,Inches
big spruce tree when he heard A financing Plan for Every Heed II

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design so handy to have when
this faced pushed Into the hill
tide while the grizzly bit and ,

clawed him. The bear finally ? friends gather this holiday season.
walked away. holiday 1
Hunting companion Don Bets expenses

tome 300-yards away, heard the Let us give you your set of place mats
commotion and hurried to the

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Of Record Drought WASHINGTON (AP) A low lighted over his grave on that first anniversary of Kennedy's Sen-elect Robert F. Kennedy, More than 7'4 million persons' ." l.:1 1pllcity.

monument of classically simple chilly sad day of his funeral assassination In Dallas b\ the late president brother, was have visited the grave which Is I McNamara has announcedthat
design will mark John F. Ken almost one year ago. Secretary of Defense Robert S. to be on hand to represent the guarded night and day by sentinels the plan has been approvedby
CHICAGO (AP-Forest fires :'ass in the central portion as nedy's grave on a hillside over- Plans for the permanent McNamara and architect John family which approved the from the famed "Old the District's Fine Arts Com-

continued to ravage woodlani now plied up three feet deep looking the capital.It gravesite In Arlington National Carl Warnecke at a late morn- plans In advance. Guard" Infantry regiment mission and the National Capital .
In the desperately dry eastern' Ten Inches of snow fell in As- will include the eternal Cemetery were to be disclosed Ing news conference at the National The models for the gravesite Warnecke said previously his Planning Commission, as

half of the nation today addingto ien. flame the _president' widow I today six days before_the Gallery.of Art will be put on public display at work on the gravesite would be wall as Mrs. Kennedy and the

the already staggering cost In Wyoming light snow continued he gallery for one month beginning done under Mrs. Kennedy's Kennedy family Arlington
of the record-shattering autumn to fall and highwayswere \ Tuesday. Constructions "very close direction" and that Cemetery Is under the Jurisdiction
drought. reported slick and danger- expected to. begin soon. I It "must be beautiful in Its slm of the Defense Department
me grave is dawn a genii
Rainfall dampened portions of ous.The .k slope from the Custis-Lee mansion \
the Midwest Sunday, but the
temperature 'dropped to where Kennedy on a bright
light downfall wasn't enough to 25 below zero in West Yellow March day some nine months FREEZER LOCKER

make up for weeks and monthsof stone, Montana's traditional before his death, stood lookingout I I I
no rain. icebox. It was 4 below in Butte. over the city the Potomac RENTALS

Communities renewed their River, the Lincoln Memorial,
A 15-Inch snow stalled traffic '
effort to gain federal emergency near Broadus Mont. the white shaft of the Washing. r'Q BEEF FOR HOME
ton Monument I
and
the
relief funds, farmers hauled Capitol
,
Snow fell in the mountains of dome 'In the distance and re
water to livestock, city officials FREEZERSFINANCING
alternate water western New Mexico and Zuni marked, "I could stay here
planned supplies -
reported a 4-inch fall. Northern 4 forever 1S1-
and farmers watched their
Arizona and the mountains of The gravesite Is alone on the
winter crop wilt. southern Arizona were hit 1 by slope, flanked by the graves of
But In the Northwest snow snowfalls. two Kennedy children who died I FR 2.5351 I AVAILABLE
was piled three feet deep In at or shortly after birth-Pat.
abated
spots and temperatures plum The Midwest drought rick who died two days after
meted below zero. somewhat after a day of substantial birth Aug 7, 1963 and a daugher .

Officials closed U.s. 160 over Weather rainfalls.Bureau predicted The U.S.a They born dead Aug. 13, 1956 McCALLUM' WHOLESALE :gas.*
were brought from their aoceeap
Wolf Creek Pass In southwestern sharp temperature decrease asa original graves to be burled beside 504 N.W. 8th Ave
Colorado and Independence cold front moved toward the their father.
-- Icka heart of the nation.Considerable ..

street floodingwas UF Receives Cancer Donation

reported In northwestern
Kansas after a 4-Inch raInfall The University of Florida school of medicine Friday was/ presented with a ,
n and varying amounts of rain $1323 check: donated by an Ormond Beach police officer who died last
dampened an area from central month by local members of the Florida Peace Officer' Awociatlon (left to
Illinois to the Texas Panhandle. right), Chief W. D. Jonler, Lt. C. A. Roberts Inspector! R. G. Zeigler. all of the
.<. the Gainesville Police Department. Dr. Emanuel Suter, acting dean of the UF
.y Wm. C. ".>ll" Smith. Temperatures In eastern. school! of medicine, accepts the check.
United States remained unseasonably ,
PRECAUTIONSFOR warm The range went / SAVINGSand

SEQUINS from the 25 below In West Yellowstone So That Others Live
Tex. May
to 90 in Presidio, e.
Sequins, that dazslma farm ofadornment Records were set In Louisiana
far clothes, not
only enhance many o garment, Tennessee, Arkansas and Texas An Ormond Beach police officer ] benefit check $1.325-to the The cash, earmarked for use win cash rewards
odd Its value because the 80s I
also to into
the lifter
they of the extra work requlr. mecury who died of cancer last(University of Florida school of In cancer research was donated
ed to attach them. and 90s. month has left his entire death I medicine. by Oscar R. Maass in mem- with liberal dividends!

ory of a nephew who also
So when we talk about lequlni
' we're also talking about Peanut Vendor was stricken with cancer i
more expensive clothes, aren'tw Radio Offered Nostalgic The late Officer Maass' contribution -'
.? was provided under
Loses 24,000
H...'. something to remember the Florida Peace Officer's As-
when your eye ,It caughtby Glimpse in 'Olden Days'squeals soclaton death benefit plan.I
the glitter and doizle of a To Burglars The nephew In whose name It
blouse. skirt dress or what.
ever It may be that i decorated By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP and an occasional was donated, Edward J. White,
I -ith, sequin They may be BUFFALO N.Y. (AP) Mohamed Telvlilon-Radio Writer snatch of a song Carol Burnett received a master's degree at A1f2 %
mad. of metal, plastic, glass Ben All had hoped to NEW YORK (AP) Televl- read a dull narration with a re. UF prior to his death. I
or fragile tome' substance other .perishable Thus upon or I retire this year after 40 years of slon has become such a household markabie lack of enthusiasm. Presentation of the check wai'

cleaning, they could dissolve, selling hot chestnuts peanuts staple that parents often Then Sunday night ABC Friday afternoon at the Gainesville
crack, cut the fabric, lose and popcorn from his pushcart are nonplussed when their children cleared an hour for something' Police Department. Police .

shape Fade ,color.diminish Also,In because luster or of Saturday night burglars stol Inquire how thy spent called "Around the Beatles," In Chief W. D Joiner Lt. C. A. MillDIVIDEND
the delicacy of their" mode of what he called his life saving their evenings "In the olden which a number of young Brit! Roberts and Inspector R. GZelglcr .,
attachment, they do fall off of 24000. The money Included days. ish rock 'n' rollers walled, all local Peace Offi
They must be handled gently $10,000 in coins, stuffed into pea. We all had a cnance to find bobbed and shook their long cer's association officials, delivered > = In Coir oPCompounded .
even under the best of circumstance nut bags and hidden In shopping out and for many of us, to locks while a mob of youngster: the donation to ,Dr. H S.ml-Annuolly
*, end even then result bags. member-Sunday night when howled and screamed and Emanuel Suter, acting dean of :
might still leave a bit to clapped their hands. the school of medicine. i :..
with saved and savedall NBC presented a Si-minute ra- :
be desired Try to toy 'I saved and -------- ---
one variety of material, and of I for a burglar" said the 68- din program recalling some ofthe Ah, me Nelson Eddy sounded Novice a. INre'If'a" '0 GO GATORS! BEAT FSUMI" '
a kind which will retain Iti moments of the golden pretty good on the radio ...",.. 'CTlTlOu' sum,
high Sunday
and color Leave the year old vendor. "I'm Just a ........ft. to ....... w... rter/a."/ ...,-
shop. man without a life. I feel likethe ire-television era. night and at least his feminine .'''' eau,. s. Ii.rwy spud ton the
rest to us. .
underlie*** Alfred/ L else ** Dorllium \ 1'0.
There was Eddie Cantor singIng admirers swooned silently. ,
blood has run out of me H. else' dune auurre.s .liter tte tine
For the best possible clean. .) ."...,." Mt. CD. Id.M.
his closing "I Love to
song Recommended tonight"The ...... .... .
'Ing of sequins or anythingelse Ben wht lives alone, bas stand Caunlvs'' PMrldlriemr
All. Spend Each Sunday with You." Andy Williams Show," NBC, I- ns t. .... NCIIIIM ...... Gainesville Mutual
,
been a widower nearly 20 years. and Major Bowes quieting the 10 EST with Shirley Booth s..tv".N.e mouse /If the ....... :
CALL OR BRING THEM TO He left his native Morocco as a applause for an amateur contestant D.'... .t O.innevul' "...... mil lire

S & S CLEANERSDelivery en-ager. in his calm voice ,My it Al'UIT Oct. AD 5...."U IM4DM 't \ BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION
er Cash end Carry I' After losing money In the 1929 Stars of the show were Edgar I Y 011112 BonesBreak I tart 1a set IIi..!:.!:.!teNOfCa 5

SOI JW IrJSl. fh. 172-4114 stock market crash he began to Bergen and Charlie McCarthy ... a. ..Alare 217 N[. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6771 .. FR -24l5
Most 'I ,
Woe carr.rel
tore his cash In paper bags.LL who started In radio 31 yean I
Val are 'er.ltr eetlttod MN I wlllet.r '"
ago with a coffee sponsor tee .../e end ern II xmis. up M .
when coffee came in paper BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) Old "''loW"MgMit'"", d.mt scr/ad.km tioe.daai tWMr Mr tad, tee -
bags.In bones may be brittle but they ,.we ...."..*. weeds tvp ella' Sriin .. .
,
-7- eiican. WHEEL CHAIRS the background you could don't break as often as young' ma, ml.adl en* ....-..,.._.,.,. roe imalOi,.".. Tr.e''I
/ Always, preferred far lose of movement, hear a real rich roar of laugher bones on skis. weed Ivw ..... IM ml. tun.kucl .. .... Add Phone. Add Lot to
for comfort safety end .laiiIty.l' from the studio audience) That's what Dr. L. Bruce Anderson term ml were m>i "y asa a a LivingComfort
...... _
Adult Junior, Child del Indoor and at 11.M .n era nr.If
l'i In many a home Sunday night, of Billings reported to bee, tIM. et dust,.. Cmnle Jell et)
Outdoor
.. stylet. rol RINT Olt SAL[ there must have been nostalgic Wyoming and Montana doctors a. I Mary eta a."stew.,..".,0He.nllle let' ton. ..pled.te _. around the clock. It's all yours when you add i handy bed.

smiles. after making a five-year studyat ow tsdlne. end ........eM. set. area, ,. room extension phone Add! comfort (and convenience) In other spot
J. M. Crone Jr Morin
I
That brings us to the Incredible -I the Grizzly Peak ski run near 0.s_, ,, Co'ty. you live most. Kitchen. Workshop Florida! room. Just call your
.
0.'
two hours of special programs Red Lodge Monl. '" Pdrlda
!! _______ tarot 'H'
Wheel Chairs on network television Telephone Company Business Office for details on colorful, economical
PHARMACY
CrutchesWalkers : this past weekend which conntrated extension phones.
on the Beatles JACK SIMMONS

On Friday night CBS : I 4I1t : ''''' '.m/Y.. y,4.A.. n'r' .
soys
and Belt Vibrators presented some film made dur- ,, 'JIr". 1/lJI'o ;'
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FOR RENT and, I've made better home I 'Independent Insurance Agent tomorrow! Look lor the ., ? .. !. '
movies myself. The shots were Big I' seal! f'I..' j..

mostly confused crowd scenes., FK..e2IIJNATIONAL .... ..
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CROSSROADS

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I GoIItIIYIII.SuIt Monday November 16, 1964



I He's Bradford Fair's Best Fan "I,I Waldo Notes I


BLONNIE BRUCE home..

By SAM McGARVEY space for commercial .or edu- ""We also had Invaluable I the Fair this past spring brokeall plan is still being considered, Circle No. 1 of th s W 0 mans Miss Evelyn Grace Williams,
Sun Staff Writer cational exhibits. help from the Rotary Club," records for attendance. and a meeting will be held I Missionary Union ol the First her father J. M. Williams and
STARKE The rapid I In 1962, membership In the Thomas said, "the Clvltan I soon on the matter. Baptist Church met on Nov. 4that Miss Nell Weldon recently returned
I growth of the Bradford County Fair Association was broadened -Club, the Starke City Council, Commissioner Conner, w ho the home of Mrs. A. L. Ste from a trip to Pensa.
Fait Into one of the area'a biggest to include the public and the Bradford County Commission attending the opening, an- But there's one thing sure; vens. Ten members attendedand cola and Tallahassee.
attraction is the resultof with help from a number of and the Bradford County nounced at the time the Bradford Thomas and the Fair Association N, cordial welcomes were extended Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Harvey
work by a lot of people, In. people and agencies, including Development Authority.* Fair had come into its have M.OOO to build the Mrs. Clifton, a new had as Sunday guests their

cluding Bradford State Representative Commissioner of AgricultureDoyle The first Fair In the new own and was one of the big Fair, and that Is still only a member visitor., and Mrs.Mrs.C. W.Vesta II Bond, daughter Muriel T urn e r and
a
A. J. Thomas Jr. Conner, a building fund buildings was held that Fall, a get their granddaughter from Pa-
.
gest and best in Florida. beginning."We
Thomas, who Is known hereas of 50,000 was raised. and the second one last fall, gave an Inspirational reading latka.
"young Arch," has adoptedthe Then, after a site at the but at that time it was decided I But still Thomas was not are going to keep work of the 1st Miss Psalm Minnie followed E. Harris by a

building of the Bradford State Farmers Market was ob- to switch the event from satisfied. He set to work with ing," Thomas said, "until our prayer.conducted the business meeting -

Fair as a personal project. tained, three fine modern fall to spring. others right after the closing, Fair is the biggest event of I' and requested each member GEMJEWELRY
"I'm doing everything I can buildings were erected, and the ""We wanted to avoid com- and announced an ambitious! its kind In this part of t h t tw to sign the Community
to promote it," he said recently Fair at last had a home of its petition from all the other building program for enlarging state." THOMAS Missions Cards which will be

"and look forward to the own.Thus fairs in the area held about the facilities.The sent to the sick and shut-ins. '
heartened, a holt of that time," Thomas explained,
day when It will become the workers were enlisted to pro- "and also hold ours in connec- Fair Association group Hawthorne NotesThe Discussed and planned was
outstanding" fair in northeast vide the necessary manpowerto tion with a spring strawberry raised $11,000 through sale of the Thanksgiving basket whichIs 109 E. CALL ST.
Florida. build the Fair. festival" bonds, and on making application to be sent to a worthy, needy
An impressive start has been Thomas said the list Included after the to a state agency, re- November meeting of C rl8on.i family as well as resolutions to "Buy Where You Can
Accordingly, right
made in achieving the goal : County Agent George Fair fall members of the ceived an allocation 0 f a II the Hawthorne Woman's club i Friends of Mr. and Mrs. D isit the sick and to greet new Get Reliable SI"ice"U.YAWAY
last
,
held A lovely l A. Lente will to hear ofthe
In the 10 years preceding i Huggins, Home Demonstration Fair Association set to work equal amount in matchingfunds. was Tuesday. regret comers to our town. Plans were
1962,.the Fair was held at the Agent Dorothy Ross, FFA advisors another within luncheon was enjoyed by 33 death of her sister, Mrs made to pack a box Tuesday, NOW
on producing one
American Legion building and Curtis Marlowe and members and three guests. Nancy Andes at her ho rat In Nov. 17, to be sent to the migrant FOR XMAS
six months task that
grounds, and for the most partit Paul Hutchins, R. H. (Bob) called for long, hours a of extra Recently, the group has The senior American history Media, Penn. Mrs. Andes was workers la the Everllades At Low At $I.CO
been considering a project by class of the Hawthorne High a regular winter visitor I In
consisted of "mid
a way"and McIntyre, Bill Haas, Bill I effort. area. Those who wish I WUI Held Your Jrtm
means of which additional fed- Hawthorne.Mrs. .
little else. Epps, Dr. D. M. Chrlstoffers,' School were guests. to give good used clothing will
But with Pete Novak eral funds could be used for
The local American Legion 1 Mrs. Hollis V. Knight, Foster newly Ralph Turlington talked to Bob Weinberg, from please send it to the Pistorlam
Post sponsored the event an Shl Smith, Emory M. (Big appointed manager of the Improvements to make one of the class on Americanism. Jacksonville, visited her par. or to Mrs. A. D. TIson, before Special !
Starke Bradford Chamber of the fair buildings a civil defense -Booklets of the Constitution emits Mr. and Mrs. G. E. O'Hara
nually, but it worked under the Boy) Prevatt, George Pierce, the 17th. A report was given
handicap of limited facilities Zedra Hamilton. nd many Commerce, as manager, and a emergency center. were given and punch and Saturday. Mrs. Josie Arnow from the Missionary U n Ion 17 Jewel Ladies or
for livestock and a mall others. host of workers backing It up, Last week Thomas said the cookies were served to the went back to Jacksonville with booth at the carnival. All articles Mtn'i Watches At

.. -...... ... .. .... class. A short business meetIng her to visit her sister, M r a. were sold and Circle 1 1 Low At $1695"SELDOM
followed. Pauline Ball. members felt great satisfactionwith I
New Year Books made by Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth spent! i the amount of pro
Mrs. Joe Wood and Mrs.Frank the past weekend in Bunnell made. EQUALED

Worley were given out. County and Daytona Beach with rela Assisting .Mrs. Stevens fit.. NEVER EXCELLED"
Federation Meeting in Mel- tives.
rose Nov. 11 were announced Mrs Robert Early has goneto serving the traditional
We voted to have the next one Paris, Texas, to stay until giving menu were Mrs. Louie
in April 1965. Members were after Thanksgiving with her Dempsey and Mrs. Clifton. CITY

asked to bring gifts for the sister-i law Mrs.: Luclle Math. Young people of the Baptist FARM

<*$ <* < Mental Hospitals to the library tannin Church observed their regular
before Nov. M. I Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Williams Saturday night of fun by enoylng WEEK
E S MlBfc lBBBfliB tBttiife fc i:' < yMT- -- ,,- .,,v rMM We voted to have a Card had as dinner guests, Thursday the old fashioned sport of
Party Nov. 24 at 1:3D: p.m. at Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carlton a hay ride. SPECIAL !
the Club House. Donation 50 Mr. and Mrs. Bob a 0 b- I
i MIMiwIv'' "'-W. : tj k Bt B'.ftfe' cents, prizes and light refresh- erts, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney i A special worship hour, "A

ments. We were glad to haveas Martin, Mr. and Mrs. James Methodist N1 gilt of Song", LADIES
guests Mrs. Mayberry and Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Frank which was held Sunday evening
':' _' ,1T, $ #&'& Mrs. Goodwin, from Lake Win- Worley, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Nov. 8th, and attracted a
ott, and to have Mrs. Myrtle Middleton, Mr. and Mrs. Will large attendance It consisted of DRESSES
x' ** Brook become a member. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. John congregational singing and sev-:

The Annual Hunt Opening Taylor, Mrs. AI Killian, Mr. eral splendid presentations by
Picnic of the Haw t 110 rn a- Jack Williams Jr., Mrs. Joe trios and quartets) I
Bradford( Fair BuildingsShown Gainesville Hunt Club, at Nor- Winburn and Mrs. Mabel I The councilmen, merchants 2500OFF
walk, was held Nov. I. Present Saunders, from Leesburg. After and residents of Waldo wish to
at the site on north US-301 In Starke are the livestock, educational and headquarters, and com from Hawthorne were Mr. and a wonderful meal they spent express their gratification to I
I merclal exhibit building which comprise the Bradford Fair complex. Mrs. G. E. Gay, Mrs Roth the rest of the evening looking the youth of the town for their AS
Kuykendall, Mrs. Kirby Smith, at slides of their trip to the cooperation with the Chief of LOW AS
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Middleton, World's Fair. Police J. R. Huckabee, through.: $2.24Values
Miss Nina Berkstresse, Mrs: Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth and out Halloween festivities. Officer
I
Jr. I Volume Mrs. Jewell Paulung Mrs. F.I Mrs. Mabel Godwin attended a Huckabee extends his sincere I
CollegeIs Up
I Melrose NotesBy I W. Cole, Mrs. Helen Middleton, luncheon put on by the American thanks to our young peo- to $995BARKSDALE
Dollie Adklns, Mr. and Mrs.F. .' Association of Retired pie for their cart In taking the
On Pecans
PTA TopicAt D. Williams, Mrs. L A. People In Keystone Heights l town through that gleeful holiday .'
MRS. GRANT Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gano o f STARKE-An Increasing volume Sherouse, Mrs. Clifford John last Thursday. and leaving It In splc and
ROTiniAMMER Miami spent the weekend with I of Is being broughtto son, Mrs. P. A. Whlteh e ad, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Beck- span condition. ,
Slarkc The Melrose Woman's Club his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ovid the Starke pecans State Farm r s Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gregory, ham and daughter C h a rlotte A Junior piano and recital DEPT. STOREE.
held a business meeting the Gano and Melissa. organ
/ Mrs Wauters, Mrs. Ora Story, Ann from Jacksonville were
Market here on auction days. for the pupils from CALL
ST.
STARKE The proposed clubhouse Wednesday, N o v. 4. I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R o yster On the opening of the sales Mrs. Hattie Knabb Mrs. Lotta weekend. guests of her parents, through third of Mrs.gradeone De-
Luncheon was served at noon. ,and children enjoyed a t h r ee- Wadsworth and Jeff Mr. and Mrs. Brown.
Mr. Mrs. Wesley
Alachua Bradford Junior Col- on Oct. 29, only about 6,000 loris C. Cannon will be held at STARKECITY.FARM
Hostesses Mrs. R. Simmons
were F. week camping trip to Tennessee pounds were sold, the lowest volume McMeekin and children, Mr. Mrs J. B. Ketchum a a dMrs.
7:30 Dec.
lege will be the topic at a meeting Mrs. W. 0. Preston, Mrs. 11 at Mrs. Cannon's,
Oklahoma and Texas. on opening day for many and Mrs. H. D. Weathers, Mr. F. L. Mclntlre. from
of) the Bradford High PTA 0. T. Robinson and Mrs. John Mrs. Dick Hilliard spent 10 years. and Mrs. W. P. Baker, Mr and Cltra: attended the Hawthorne I IWoman'

r tomorrow night in the high Regan. days with her mother, Mn. T. However, last Thursday the Mrs. Tom Carlton, Rev. and Club meeting Tues WEEK
The G. A. Girls of E I lie I m A. Sweat, In Qultrnan, Ga. Mrs. and
school cafeteria. total jumped to 21,717 poun d sand Pendergrass daughter day.Friends I SPECIAL
Baptist Church attended a cov- Mrs Walter Mann Is in the revenue to growers of $5,- Mr. and Mrs. Fry and are pleased to know
Guy Andrews, program chairman ered dish supper at the North Bradford County Hospital I In 80S, according to Phil Cron- son, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bell that Mrs. Nannie McCormick is Men's Broadcloth
said the speaker will be Central Baptist l Church In Starke.Mr. khite, market manager. and Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor home from the hospital.
Lee Henderson, of the State Gainesville Thursday night I t. and Mrs C. A Ford spent Cronkhite said the aver age land son A wonderful day was SPORT SHIRTSSolids
Board of Education, who will Nov. 8. Those attending/ were the weekend with their IOn In- price during the sale was 2S.(enjoyed. Everything, Includingthe Ocean Chasm
Connie Morris, Cathy Price I law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. 27 cents per pound, and that food and weather, was Plaids, end Stripes.
provide information on) the proposed -Pamella Shepherd, Teena Roth/ John Simmons and family in good Stuarts brought 30 cents. I perfect. Is Confirmed

facility hammer, Betsy Huff, Martha Orlando. He said another sale will beheld Dr and Mrs. Donnelly from
I The meeting U scheduled to Mathews and Jeannie Yoeman. Leon (Buster) Bay less of Thursday Nov. tt, and on Raleigh, N.C., spent part 0 f first DURHAM direct evidence, N.C. (AP confirming) The I 1.95 VALUE NOW 298
with their
sponsors, Mrs. William Portland Ore., spent sev e r a 1 succeeding Thursdays as 1 long I the week here with her par
begin at I p.m. Isenhower existence of the "Hatteras tubmarine
and Mrs. Gus -
days with his mother Mrs. Ma
as the supply of nuts lasts. ents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mor- AT
Alderman.The bel Bayless, and family. canyon" was reported I
I Boys to View winners of Melrose Du- Mrs. James B. Lackey gave a by Duke University scientists
plicate Bridge for last week farewell luncheon for Mrs. Ruth Sunday. I STUMP'SDEPT.
Films Stars Include the following/ : Mrs.Pa- Kelley at her home Saturday,I Santa Fe Notes Dr. Robert Menzies director:
on lay Boyd and Mrs. C; Maxson. Nov. 6Mrt. of the university' oceanography STORE
first place Mrs. F. S. Hubbardand program, said sonar sound
; Martha MscKeachie and STARKE FLA. 139
I. CALL
ST.
Two films on atar Identification Mrs. Paul Johnson, second Col. Emma E. Vogel are h o me By JOYCE HALBROOKMr. girls Mrs. A. R. Dewllng.i I ings from the university research PH. 964-2651)
art scheduled for viewingby place; Mrs. Roland Bryan and after spending a week in B r-' and Mrs. Clayton W e eks daughter of Mrs. Halbrook and ship Eastward Indicatedhe
the Boys' Club telescope Mrs. R. N. Livingston, third muda. I and daughter, Idalee, had as the Dowllng grandchildren spent chasm in the Atlantic Ocean
builders club this week. place; Mrs. Ray Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wesley weekend guests, their son and the day at the Zoo. floor off Cape Hatteras is several -
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''SPRtS Go to UF-FSU Victor?




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l I 8-V" 5 TALLAHASSEE (AP-) Arch and scoring many touchdOwnS. game Saturday," said Graves. 1 tor Bowl representatives at the

4 rivals Florida] State and Florida,![Saturday, a North Carolina State] Although neither coach would North Carollna-FSU game Saturday

each eyeing a Gator Bowl bid, block tumbled him Into the turf discuss It, both were eyeing the Indicated the winner of I

figure the advantages to both and twisted his knee I possibility of an Invitation to the I the Florida-FSU game would re-

squads will make this Saturday'i Peterson said Pritchett'l sidelining Gator Bowl In Jacksonville. Ga ceived an invitation.Hawkins .
[KNOCK ON WOOD --- game wideopen.Both means devising new plays --- -----

have been listed among for the Florida game, plays designed -

the top teams In the nation several without rritchvtts running IsColts'

weeks With the exception and passing agility
Palm Lanes of FSU's loss of quarterback Ed Replacing Pritchett will be

Prltchett both consider them- Tony Gero, a sophomore quarterback

Boss Has A selves In good physical condition season.who has played little this

StarBy
Still on FSU's firing line will
FSU Coach Bill Peterson says
Fine Career
be the superb passing of quarterback
FSU has an advantage In hostIng ( -
Steve Tense 1 and halfback -
the annual game, the first
Fred Bilrtnikoff, a combi- Cleveland's 37 21
in
i time It's done so. "Every time Ml'RRtV CII\SS touchdowns -
nation that has spcllnd many AwocUlrd Press Sports Writer victory over Detroit
IY JACK HARRIS T. the crowd yells it will help us,
he said touchdowns. Alex Hawkins Is the Baltimore Bears Win

Gators Idle Colts' third captain, sixth In other games Chicago
Joseph Quattro, the new manager of Palm Lanes, is a congenial } I Temporary Seats Florida] had a singular advan running back and seventh pass stopped Los Angeles 34-44, New
likeable type of man He is conscientious towards his new For weeks not only has 10-10' San
now, tage. The Gators were Idle Saturday receiver. York tied St Louis ,
Job and has ideas which I believe the bowlers will
many new every permanent seat In the 40- while FSU was walloping He also is a major r"SOIwily Francisco upset Green Bay 24-
lik. and enjoy. Blue Wave ReunionThese 500-seat enlarged] stadium been North Carolina State ZS-t. the Colts are within one victory 14. Philadelphia edged Dallas

Being a bowler himself, Quattro understands bowlers and their sold, but also every one of 2,000 This meant two weeks of special of gaining the title In the Na- 17-14 and Washington walloped

problems and is willing to work four former P. K. Tonga football play. temporary seats set up In the practice and rest to put tional Football League's Western Pittsburgh 300.

with any Individual or group. force, that gets results In bowl- ers attended last Friday' cam aa part of the half. end tone corners. Florida In top condition Conference The Colts broke scoreless

Speaking of being a bowler, Ing. So men, take a hint from time ceremonies featuring ex-Wave grldders. From FSU's chief disadvantage Is Florida Coach Ray Craves Hawkins, filling In for Injured with Lou Michaels' 35-yard: field

take a gander at this. Quattrohas the ladies. Make sure your formIs left are Thaxton Springfield Harold Trujillo, Tony the loss of Pritchett, a Decatur said all but linebacker Jack end Raymond Berry, made a goat and Unites' 74-yard touch

rolled no less than three In shape to get results. Trujillo and Tommy Itronson. (Photo by Chic llin- Ga., junior whose passes havebeen Card would be ready to play. diving Itch of a M.yard touch down pass to Lenny Moore In

300 games, a couple of 299's, has ton): Instrumental In setting up_"I'm: expecting a wlde_ pen down pass from Johnny Vnltai the third quarter Moore's score
a high average of 199. He has; BowlingNotes that boosted the Colts to a 17-11 marked the Ulh consecutive

had several sets In the 700's victory over Minnesota Sunday. game In which he has gone

High highest are 7S7 and 784. IF BOWL BID OFFERED The Colts' ninth straight tri across with a touchdown.

He placed second In the all' umph gave them a virtually Minnesota however came

events at the men's state tournament Bowlers notes and antics The Insurmountable 34 game lead back with two touchdowns, Fran

at Daytona Beach. One Women's City Bowling Association over Detroit and Los Angeles, Tarkenton's 18-yard aerial to

of his greatest thrills was get Is not sponsoring a Turkey Will Notre Dame ? which both lost. They now have Hal Bedsole and Tommy Ma-

ting IS strikes In a row. Shoot It is up to the Individual Accept four games In which to win one son's 21-yard run.

Quattro started In the man- ladies leagues to do this. Contact that will make them conference Brown's scoring smashes of
of your league secretary for champions for the first time six and two yards placed him

agement about 10 phase He bowling started more information. I By TED MEIERAssociated .State 16-7 to set up the confusing record 8-1-1, although only a 3-1-'9, downed Mississippi Stale 14- since 1959. only two behind Don Hutson's

out as a bowling years ago.Instructor then, Thank you Bob Stuebe, secretary Press Sports Writer situation\ in the PAC Oregon 1 conference mark. That might 10 In other names involving The Filth Sees all time record for total touch-

another the ]lad of the Night Owl] League, I The feeling grows that the State, UCLA Southern California lead those whose task It Is to|AP's Top Ten.Princeton Hawkins, In his fifth season, Is downs. Lou Groia added field
taking
der started working step up behind the for paying all of the bowlers' entry Fighting Irish of Notre Dame :l and Washington share the pick a team for the Rose Bowlto I another major un-one of the most valuable utility goals of 38, 47 and :38 yards to

counter, and as a finale] became I fee in the annual Turkey the country's No. 1 college foot- lead and If Oregon beats Oregon flip a coin.Alabama beaten-untied team, won the Ivy men In the league. He plays the Browns' victory that shot

a bowling Since he is'Shoot In your league. ball team, may make them- State Saturday the Ducks would crushed 10th-ranked League title by tripping Yale where he Is needed! behind them 2V4 games In front In the
manager. Johnson will selves available for a bowl bid have the best overall team Georgia Tech 24-7 and LSU No.I:35-14 five other runners and six other Eastern Conference.
so active as a manager, he said, Billy pick up an
has ABC triplicate award for bowlin provided they beat Iowa this I pass receivers but his primary NAtIONAI 'oola All L5A.Ueciais
"My what.bowling" dropped some the Industrial League. I week and Southern California a' Job Is heading the specialteams' ( ."'... ,.'II..-L ."' ,.., e

I 'week from Saturday to wind up Cross Butler the kicking and receive' : II 1 :: : ::
Quattro hails from Philadel- Coincidence: The Cold Coast City-Lake :
a perfect 1044 season. ing units. I iusa-t,1.nIR, 1 1 I ....air ''5D.IIN
phia and has been in Jacksonville teams one in the Men's Night The bowl situation Jelled In that position, he Joins qu.rterbaik I .a lit IleNai.I.S
for the past eight years Owl League the other In the t : See 11' sN
:
defensive
somewhat over the weekend Unllas and :, .51 III
where he has many proud accomplishments !University City Women'lLeague ,"".." fie JIG III w
with the announcement that Ar- end Gino Marchettl as Balti N. a
bowled next to each Title Clash Action w..itn C.MamI
He fifth ,
placed ,.
.iw 0'
kansas and Nebraska, each un- Tops more's captains.But w l r "'
In the first Gator Bowl tourna- other last Wednesday night and ..111_. 5 I' .NN ate N7IN
beaten and untied In nine In his position of end Sunday ..It ,,. ...
ment which he helped to organize spotted their respective teams will In the Cotton his second AMN. 'I "OA IN IN Po.nN
play he caught only
games .
He was on the Jacksonville six marks. The men won three Bowl at Dallas New Year's Day. Cross City and Lake Butler I 0. The Bears' tie came with played Thursday night with I pass, of the season and scored 0.5515755515_ ley 5 I.II .."". 1M ft' 111CIN 'II

match team that bowled against out of four james and the women Texas 8-1, accepted an Invita- meet Friday night with all the Wllliston, while I the Tigers Vllllston going to Chlefland. his first touchdown since 1M2.! 'r.I' .JOe... N1 I" I 511cm' "

the famed Budweiser team one out of four. tion for the Orange Bowl at Miami Suwanne. Conference marble dropped a hard-fought 7-0 decision I In other Friday night battles The 6 foot, IBs-pound veteran aw ".'....,., aNI.a

which broke a national record There will be a Thanksgiving New Year's night UnoffIcially at stake to top the Area high to Santa Fe last weekend Newberry lI.t Greenville entered the game on offensea CALM.., U.N.LN DN'NS A,5 II M

by bowling a 2,600 plus team Jamboree of Tournaments Nov. Alabama, 9-04 and second !school football action for their lone defeat Trenton goes to Mayo, short while before he was ..- .. NN II.,a MA0.NI.,.,. O. I I..e 1 15thINNS .

set The Jax team had a respectable 28 and 29 for the men and wom- ranked nationally to Notre The Cross City Lake Butler Big Game Keystone Heights plays l at called on for the winning catch N.. v.e It N. l..,'.. .. "It \

3,000 plus series. en. There will be Scotch Doubles Dame was Indicated as the opponent clash will be the last regular P. K. Yonge will\ travel to Hastings, Dunnellon calls 0 n It came with six' minutes let! I J.MIMI"I4.v>MIM ''M. I' DMIM...14 tDrUlM .

He said, "I have worked with where a women bowls one| for the Longhorns season game for each clul band !Santa Fe in a game that will North Marlon, Cedar Key travels and Baltimore traillnaI4-III. 55,551, ,' ., L" AM.IcaMs's ." NN I
so many good people and one of frame and a maa the next That leaves the Sugar Bowl at also will serve as I hI of the | to Branson Pierson visits The touchdown was the llth of vw .e.aw Iw II 'MIIS.IH .
the men that I contribute my frame. A 344 tourney Is plan- New Orleans and the Rose Bowlat Suwannee championship till. 'have a lot Conference bearing outcome on Milrose and Jacksonville Hawkins' career, pulling him miHMK N waa.>fwtilIIMurfH ""sN?

success to Is Joe Idone." Good ned. The bowler gets a free Pasadena, Calif., as the other Cross City has wrapped up| Keystone Douglas Awfcrson plays Lincoln slightly behind Jimmy Brown, .,. N of...11..1 NM Vtt,.*.. \
luck to you, Joe Quattro. strike In the :3rd, 6th and tth major bowls Jan. 1. the Southern Division title with Santa Fe currently Is tied at CHI/ens Field. I who has 103. Brown scored two. .1 1w LeS.See N cli's _
I for the loop lead with s 3-1 -- ---'-'-
frames.A and Lake Butler
LSU BowlA a 44-1 record, --- ------
vi. Sugar
BowlingHints "No Tap" competition. One Bowl told Th. has claimed the Norther i\ mark, while PKY Is second at
Sugar
source
U all 2-1-1. The Rebels have a 72 PATRIOTS 11AI.IA'Buffalo { c
ball Is rolled pins are Associated Press Sunday that crown with a 14 mark
knocked down or any pins on Cross City has an overall overall record and the Blue
Louisiana State, 6-1-1, and Syracuse 1
the back row (744-10) are left 7.2 will there although record of '.tH. while Lake Wave Is t-3-1. '
play
Bowling hints from Jack: Angle standing you Inherit strike. II no official announcement Butler Is a notch behind at 8-1 PKY blasted Green Cove First GameBy
Loses
not mentioned art -- --- -- Springs %7.11. last Friday night
not speed Is most Important any pins la expected until after this ,
bowler counts for its third straight victory.
the
Women bowlers have to left standng week's .

depend on form and finesse to the actual number of pins Rose games.The Bowl Is committed Lincoln Tops Gainesville also gets back Inaction and with Parllll firing five While the Bills' Ions lighted
down. These tourn.Iments after week's layoff, DICK Cold ,
knocked a
get results. In their case, the theSan
to teams from the Big Ten and for the Eastern Division race,
rallied a
touchdown ,
and diver to I jAimrlalrd Irene Sparta Writer passes
night by travelling
proper angle Is extra Import.ant. are Interesting Pacific Athletic Conference. Friday Diego Chargers closed In on

They don't need a lot of sifted Palm For Lanes more bulletin Information boards.seethe The powers-thai at Notre Jones, 20-7, Ocala match. for an annual rivalry 'I'blue.Key opened Injuries the and gates.costly B.beParilll' (urn- 38-28 American that ended Football the Leaguevictory Dills the Western title by ...hlpplnCKina.

speed or even a devastating Dame haven't said yes or no or nine City 26.14 behind second
hook. But they must have On Nov. 23-24, an AMr representative maybe regarding a bowl bid, The Hurricanes will take a right arm finished the winning string .t games.Injuries quarterbatk John

the proper angle In order to obtain will be on the con- but there's no doubt the players For Seventh 13 mark Into the contest job. But the Buffalo Bills' magic to pass receivers Midi year The Denver Broncos surprbuid -

consistent scoring results. course of Palm Lanes to drill would be for it against the winless Wildcats.An may have started to slip away Glenn Bass and F.I the New York Jets 20-18

Men usually release the ball balls Prices will be cut on balls "I guess it would be great ORLANDO Lincoln's T e r- Important Suwannee Conference when they called for the fireman ar' defensive back Ou""nl.\\and the Oakland Raiders toppled

about 9 to 12 Inches from the and Items in the pro ..hop.I I said star pass receiver Jack rlers avenged heart breaking game also will be before the fire had started gerson contributed to the Houston Oilers 20-10.

gutter Women obtain the same Palm Lanes manager Joe Snow after the Irish walloped defeats the past two weeks by' Ames oussoiNes I[ The Boston Patriots capital- falo fadeout So did

finishing angle by starting from Quattro, a qualified Instructor,,[Michigan State 34-7 Saturdayfor trimming strong Orlando Jones,, CNN AA a'MN. lied on Buffalo mistakes Sunday bles that set up Boston touchdowns Take led

three to six Inches In. Is holding a free bowling clinic their eighth In a row. "Golni 20 7, here Saturday night __lit 5 e The tijHiff, how".r'l Boston scored the go-ahwid
for three weeks beginning I CI.. I ..- came In the second 'points on ParllU's six.yard pass
Arm lift Is especially Important from a $4 season to a 2-7 season It was the seventh victory of w L r ,'I
Thursday Nov. 11! 130; a m. to N"' Get the Bills made a mistake that la Larry Garron and a two-point
with women bowlers because 11 am. Free refreshments will and now a bowl I'dlke\ it but the season for Lincoln again s I 1 t. a C ,8.NILiNI Giucrs won't show In the game static'tics. conversion Hip to CAppelletti,
it's not to to w l C '
"
It enables them to get the up me say anything only two losses.
rained his
be served c ClOy eel Al'I.e. whoM 24 points
breaking bail that improves Speedy halfback HarpBrock.. Ivtwr ...Nw
win MarwiXSR. : I : slit ActionBasketball Hid Lead league-trading total to 122.
scoring. They aren't dependent Slim Dance ington started things for thi ....Po .e. lifted them
Pats
High The victory
....... i 'ic'N. Lamonlcawhrn I
but Instead place Coach Ar. Parwghlan declares They sent In Daryl
en power T If t Ie 11 on the second playfrom .. 15 e ..N7 : within 1* games of the 'ron&i
their major reliance on angle I Scores only "it's an administrative scrimmage when he rac ,. .. bursts Into the :- they were ahead Bill. In the Eastern 1 1i
; Is IsIs Is i ""Nya tonight at Fie r I Ida I No. 1 running
spotlight the league's
Lamonlra
From the start their form Is problem" and Athletic ed 61 yards for a touchdown. = r : race The clubs wind up the season -
Director Moose denies / I .111 Gym where the Gator wars 11 y relief pitcher, bad come off the i
Krause !
slightly different from m e n Biebel of lead month In a
'1 High ScoresBarry Uncoln pushed its to U, _. 1N.Mwiw will take combination at Boston next
They use the same leneral.lylel Wombles Standard Oil led the saying"chances of accepting (a ) In the second quarter when l r M cagers on a bench In six previous games 'game that could decide the title.
511,517tca. B and freshman team at and led the Bills to comeback
_ induing push away and men with a (31 set Steve peebowl bid) were one In a million, Lawrence James smashed t w 0 5 f 5 .M I The Chargers. 7-2-1. can nail
.
billion." 8-N .' I IS. victories But whet he replaced
grooved swing but they take of Gainesville Shopping no a successive Western
thmger yards Into the end tone. Thihard their second
their starting stance about midway Center followed with a 582 ser An this talk plus the fact thai running of fullback A I I. i r5.LN' I e 'i .1 Starting for Coach Nor m a n starting quarterback Jack.crown by winning two el their
c- the third
between the center of the ies. Whlty Siefert had a 568; the athletic board, headed by Brown and Brocklngton set up 1aaO..Niwi 8-N. Sloan's varsity will be guards Kemp midway through remaining four I.mel.
University Executive Vice President L Mi and quarter, with Buffalo leading 28-
alley and the gutter. This gives Jack Tomllnson bad a MO. the score. Brooks Henderson Tern
and ( Edmund P. Joyce, CSC. _'- f S i I.nte. Dick TomllnMM 14, the mote backfired. AMIIKA tootiL IIAIVI
helps forwards
them the special angle Us Elleman paced the worn- James also scored both of the Bsxlry, !N .
compensate for any deficiencies en with a fine 602 set on games has made .announcement one ssis: : and Gary Keller and center After a ",.-,ard d.ia,4' .A.I.NsM.til .Wt. M* e IMMl "
Lincoln extra runs -tit
on
In strength or style. of 203 114-211 Irene Kirby of, way or the other, accounts for points aOa..aN I .1.. 1c's Jeff Ramsey. game penalty moved the ball: fit tit nttil
the feeling that the Irish might Jones came back to put seven e. .M Buffalo r to the 22, .N.5'
the
_, from
As a matter of fact, the consistency Coco-Cola rolled a 574: Alice I Varsity rervM will be tel JMWMIIMIIH
be receptive to a bid. points en the Scoreboard wilt w L C MCa.Cee Lamofllcs threw an Incomplete tNa-v.4 5.a
with which women Reach had a S57; Jeanne Le- 4e 5.w..Na guards Skip Hlgley and Ed k f M. M. e"
mark good scores should convince -land I S28; Settle Sprow a K4.Dottle ; Team officials et Arkansas 4:20: remaining In the game i Poore forwards Taylor Sink sand pass, was towed for a It-yard I.... .pint MKa1"
up Nebraska and Texas expressed But several seconds later the n L :! and then' ill f !
the allegedly stronger Cooper a 519 Betty Wood: i : Paul Morton and i e a ten lots M the nest play aft s?
1 elation at being named to bowls terriers had another touchdown wMs .JOtI lest the ban lo Boiton's Larry 111.5.1555.5
male that It's form! not brute converted the J-7 split Bob Huffman and Bill Koas.
I I "It.s. great day a milestone'anything and s commanding lead. NwM"r ..... NIN1.M L' : Eisenhower on the t.Parllll nl e.uMY-- aom. 1-
you want te say," Arkansas Halfback Maurice Alrxand e r Mla.1. The opposition will have a i tmmwilately nipped a is 5..e5.. 'sOw'faawr

I i Coach Frank Broylei:took the ensuing kkkoff: a s 4, ""-C-I: starting lineup of guards Ed five-yard scoring peas to GmoCapprftrttl oNw s ._8Msr c.... 1.1

44. Classes Set said after his Porkers bad lashed M yards to peydlrt -. ...'Mahoney and Harry WI a k let,1' and the Patriots _''-II' .-

crusted Southers Methodist Lincoln Coach Jesne Heard -- .... forwards Mike RoHyson .ndl itrurk fur two mart touchdowns .......... .-

1444 I described the Terrier block II g :0.-, IIi, i E Gary McClroy and center Richard In_the last quarter to pull M out .-.-"..a._,M.-erica.-

"The players all shouted they MI the two long runs as "fierce" F c_ ...... I.. Peek. -
'
For Horse ShowThere wanted the Orange when 1 told I He also said the team was fir- No Ca.ir.r.N Roily** Is a freshman aid:,

(them they could kav Ulelrcbolet 'I led up and played one of Its L_ cat o 1 e r e M..NMen. Peek, a Junior who Is. schoUsUc .': I

of a bowl" said Texas better fames. err.. t MtS : lly/ Ineligible this season. The

will be i3 classes to A!Ida' situ x arse I. Iwo, n.\:Coach Darrell Royal after the u :. 1 If I :its|otter three starter art snphomorts. MNIY
.... ., N. .
N -N
and B rings Saturday and Sunday .1 o,.::.::: ..K ma.P.a.w... IlSi. A..e.fl.C..,I'Longhorns Christian 28-13.had whipped Texas Renegade 23 A5rees.... KaesJ a -( I

for the ninth annual Gainesville AcuMA. _. r. N. ewe Mille d CaWNN1aaaSe / I Reserves will befmhmea ;
Amateur Horse Show al t _.. II __ II. 100( -1 Hatlm Aertpt _....., Alan Tnsece Mike McGinn Is,

the Waldo Road grounds. :Las,eN N M a w'a wen Do a 18-e8--.. N. ,- Nebraska accepted Cotton Race Winner K. "_ N 0,51a. Ir8e.. |Terry Lanier. David Miller. Ju t !.. ... n. muchnUMtt ,... It I ,..,.....
.... .
ea
e.a 8-w t..8CI. Ia.M Bowl bid after efatIntheg Oklahoma c- IeN M Nee 10 P/ e4d'" =
The neat is expected to attract w w.Aaw1 ..-l I' ,lIda. M Gs ClOy Fred KMS. Tommy Thumps' a hem Imprn _a"" S"", "
Ills State 27-14 for its 18th t Renegade 21, skippered by H enrww1.CaMs .
and Bob StewtM.Adaption
and riders from I"- | ,m.nti, cir releise'nal < t/a600 IU.OO wtoc tax
bones A.N. .Ina 'e' wanW.w. .. N aws
I and Radioed the
Florida and several M o..t _, N. Nww .straight victory. The Cornh uak- Taylor M OMM .Ns II NNIi1ec' will be U cents for ter alt roar 21'00 18MM irttK, n MlOOTj ,
throughout -. s C..M" Laa ers are oath-ranked aaUonaJr i racing series at Newiuns Lake + -. .apen t...
sootheastera states. ._ .. ,-' ... M M anw1.. (everyone, and an P'OC"CO lot I nUll 200Q M]'
w Ca--ea, Lwm.. Nac' | Arkansas N83 and Tn.as.1'Iatt with a final total of KM points.Windmffl .. ''Dollars Plies fee prompt.courtMue ,
tu is chairman ol cawarMa $A -.t_ for Scholars. ewvtee. Iw.w1.-e..wM M-/Ml./
Hindery p wpw. -... is -' years aatiooal champs N* JM J. Cane was.
the prorrllD.11Ie .. 1- e. x ere ,second with ITS points. Southeast I
.. ,_
order of classes\ : I-N_csw... aL -Ms, -II.Michigan No. I, whipped Scow r. Tlbam was third DALE S. PERRY

... __.. _.. c-( -21. and OhIo State, he wish ITS points. i t r $ N''O'1
a .-?. Tr.* CMMtMMltaM_ I t'r .Nww.w \ I $AV | (
....y cNw a. ., _. a 'wn MT Mi ... -- .a-.7, downed Xorthwestera 14 j Otters: I war ] !
----.1.---. .- .c-.-i 'A' a.a.'*.'w,--Imn case.O>OTm ..> and sow are prince for their Rhodes Bantam C C. Mix- -.c... reu.1 lit IMUTIMC* fKtckiwt Iri. I
N re,a C..wwew..N.... a.. NN. c..8--w._ Big Tea title and Rose Bowl bid;ale. 1M pain a; MIM le. H _',I' s.. e ,.."...,...,
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a.ww.. w a. -... Mr w'8r. 1 data Saturday Woody Hayes< Moms, Ml) points: R Mfd "HANCI..VI'r.
: -- mw'. ''aN .-'laa w8ea.8-.N w e.Mw.rL saw en l1."',-, Oh. Slate coach aptly termed 17. T. Derrick I44f potats: tic r ....i'n .f Gelweaviil.2C4 I

'WI. :: ::err5'iw"'1 w.: N I..rrN_ _.1 -. a1c' '1& the "purgatory er Pajadeaa"game. Snip C EBiaoH 1217 somtsReargaile t *. ITJ.JMI .. ,rT46 lti
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Wilt's Back I Bowling- Standings- I'Frederickson Shines for Auburn IBy I


\' Form
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WI.Poli.ho 21 11 field goal by Bob Purvis to
/ 27'" 12'5.at Protllociololro 11 KELSO STURGEON the second man In the Tiger at-. season bowl game depend en- the Tide recovered fumbled on make
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the difference
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\ f For 'Frisco IdOl. 24 1 Twin' Momlon ION 16'. Associated Press Sports Writer \ack. tirely on how it does Thanksgiving the 50. non-confer.

11" I Luitrtt All Plrod II II 17 17aN.hot '..rklon.oriv" Amorkon. I f 17I. II Tucker Frederickson, the forgotten I But an Injury to Sidle has Day against Alabama in a I Louisiana State's Billy Ezell ence game at Lexington

PRESS 5o'4 WAD.cNi I! Widl 1142 1I'h man at Auburn will pushed Frederickson Into the game to be televised nationally. ,and Doug Moreau were up to Next Saturday's light ached.

By TIlE ASSOCIATED '' "21 21Olin. soPIOU1InW Wall. a.Sunataln. II UV4 21 ji'* cause nightmares In the mindsof spotlight and he led the Tigers Auburn takes a 6-) record into their old tricks teaming up for ule Is featured by the annual

Wilt Chamberlain Is feeling 11 15 23Mid,25 21 01401111.mporlol., le, 21 at the 1964 Georgia football team right back into the jowl picture that game, while the Crimson two second period touchdowns Kentucky Tennessee game at

better and the rest of the National 31111.' 11 2. IIULTI for years to come.Frederickson Representatives of the Gator Tide will be 8-0. against Mississippi State. State KnoxvlUe and the Florida-Fieri-
Basketball Association ..Milt '...IID. 4, 1m..".,
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i Compor 1 battle at
.". 4. Illlli Ol Idols .. MoIMn Wollo Jr. 11 Oulhtroom I, ."... I. a S-foot-2, 215- Bowl came to town to watch In other games Saturday Ala- refused to wilt under the LSU da State Tallahassee
knows It.Chamberlain. Oi All Plrod 4. Kiln ll Pl,urlm.. d. 11 Wldt I, lorly AmorlcM, ll Wollo Ir. found Other( games send LSU against
Iru.Ms i o'.1N.' a. L"n I' DOC 1, ProvllKlol, li ........ j. ,..01... I. pound offenslve-defenslvi ipeallst Georgia and Instead put Auburn >ama stayed In the running for pressure and the. Tigers
who missed the .It 2, ?.".. .. win Monilon, I, lunllnor I.COMMIRCIAL. who most likely will be back on their list. the national championship with themselves fighting to preservethe Tulane at New Orleans and Vanderbilt .

1 San Francisco Warriors' first M_ W I.No. W L some professional team's No. 1 Auburn's chances for a post-. an easy 24-7 victory over Georgia 14-10 victory before the final against Miami In i Fi>

live games because of a stomach 30 2. 10Na IS Woodrow'SIoO Mo/o11. MOIl also 27 21 11 I draft choice, turned in 53 amaz- Tech Mississippi crushed gun sounded. day night glme.IOUTHIA.n.H,

ailment, scored 62 points !I ''ito'. II'1tNo. 7014 Dooley'C.rllon .OV'Dolry. j 10| 11 14 !zIng minutes of football Saturday Tennessee 30-0, Tulane upset Mississippi finally lived up to C......CON"UNCI..... All SOng
Sunday night as the Warrior P15,5 175.525. W.rrono D.... It 17 to lead his team to a 14-7 Gables Tops Vanderbilt 7-2. Louisiana State its advance billing by crushingthe WLTPNOP WLTPNOP
No. 1 17 23 J. Doutloo ChIVY it 17 mistake-ridden Volunteers.The Aleb.ne' 7 0 I 117.. I 0 0 2'1 n
outlasted State 14-10
Cincinnati 122106. victory over rugged Georgia. Mississippi
topped N.. d 11 24No.4 Dub Lumbar it 17 Los 551.4474111024RG.orol. I
II'" MM Unllod Llovon l| 11 I The and Baylor stunned Kentucky Johnny Rebels converted 4 5: 71 I 44 15 1 110
powerful fullback-tailback
The 7-foot-l giant hit 26 field ..,.1 Poultry Bonk of HoMthorno 1| II State Poll fumbles and a P1.0110A a0 0114 5 5 ..I =
three Tennessee
W 'LWIng. Wambloo' llondord Oil 17" defensive safety was a one man 17-15. KenIutky I 0 1 12 to dl 0 lit 111/
goals and his teammates threwa i; ii'OW WIMO, Drop $'.,. ||i* 2014 blocked kick into touchdowns to Auburn 350 If" 4501
,. 21 13ClIlck. Suadon ....''c. Puol 15'1 2214 wrecking crew against Georgian Tide Surges M'oo/' 5)5 1054 551I3 1 y
defensive blanket around Jack 2024 114 ", ...,,'I Roilouront lit* 24'. playing what Auburn MIAMI (AP) Coral Cables, ruin the Vols homecoming. T....._ 535 1511 iii I 111112
lloln' Tlpoor. coach Alabama struck for two touch yT. ... lie "to lot
Twyman and Oscar Robertsonto Cartons II 11Pln''h. 21N l 3414 first Conference II 31
..' ... 21'4' IOWSro11.25 SUNDAY Ralph Jordan said was the with a string of 18 consecutive I Tulane won Its MI" IIOlOondorbllt 1 0 12 II I I n JI ,It
win It. 151515W downs in the last minute and 45 3 4 I 311 17 I I
2024' 115.try. L victories since 1961 by upset 1s It
... >. J4 Solnoivlllo' M.... :Mronwood 4 greatest game of his Southeastrn reigned supreme todayon seconds of the first half and then game .ClomiM ,.ml munSafety .. In ow4'snG
The Green ..
the Miami Vanderbilt. .ndln,
In Sunday's only other NBA Oood lose 11Chlckm 27 aoll Club 121.* 1741. Conference career Herald's High ting
Pluckin 13 21. OVIdliy' Muilc' Jo"* ICI' School Football Poll played Georgia Tech off Its feet Wave scored the only time it had I Y-AlI.ml, + I"'ma c0unrt I In con" ,..".
game Los Angeles whipped De- Orvmtllckl 10 4 ".. :orlo, H_ lloctrle/ M 16 I Frederickson carried the ball .f.ndlnp.
in gaining Its eleventh straight .
SNul/i Form Buroou InturMct II .. The Cavaliers sporting a sea the ball In Vanderbilt territory
troit 111105. 'owl X Wlngi ll Cnlckl 1, Irollor li 0.., PluniMng 114' jovj 14 times for 101 yards rushing,' two
victory over seasons.
'.. son record of nine victories In the battle of the cellar-dwel-
Plnfoothort 3, ,ry. It C._. I.Drum. m No. i u ? bulled his gar
24
Al Attics guarded Twymanand ."... II CHIckon Plvcktn 4. lorld. ,Ptiormocy IS 21 way yards for one nered 200 points and all the first Joe Namath came off the lars. I''
Good .... 0. Klrkpotrlek 4 PlorMM 111'* 14* touchdown, running over bench to give '
long enough
Nate Thurmond handled Control Plorld. Til. U J4 every place votes from coaches and Just I'
KIWI Olllct Iqvlpmenl CN. body In sight and turned Field Goal Wins 1
Warrior Coach I. Oolnolvlll. Mamo 4, Klrkpolrlct I in a the Crimson Tide its two touch-
Robertson as Plorion .. Carl', H_ 4, Ptorldo Phirmicy sports writers after their 13-
lcul4ton' 2050 10'1tDillot great game defensively downs and then back to the Baylor and Kentucky both
went h.
Alex Hannum decided to swap; Jl 11Dupllcotort li O.tor .Plumblnj 4. Porm luroou victory Thursday night over Miami
ei Oriaioy Muiie 1M, IronwoMINOUITP.IAL I I abandoned their attacks
t 1'CIIPI sidelines to watch. Both Alabama passing I '"
assignments. Attles thwartedTwyman's abbon', 11 lSnoy.ia Golf Club 15.1 C.I ',."d. Till a. Second Mao High.
17 is T..nl 14. t 1. touchdowns started when and the Bears used a 40-yard(
fast break and limit- Second in standings was Palm
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1M 1O'1tHy.h. This
ed the Royal veteran to two ... 11 II W I. rugged young man from Beach High 8-0-0, with 137 points I
Plus 12'" H" e:onnon Ins M II Hollywood, Fla., has played In .
points. Robertson scored 22. RnulltOupllcitor Shopolne' Cools M Id Hialeah 6-1-0 was third with i I
I. Hvphxti 1i Dlllm X PI Oolnnvlll.. Sun Id I. ,the shadow of All-America quarterback 125, Clearwater 7-0-1 fourth
Los Angeles stretched its c.. ll Hoyoll. M Mom, 0, CUM VI. All"". in. jj II Jimmy Sidle and ,
ColCUlltOrl/" '.*. O.lor Ti.. Wrvlc., 71 lUnlvofSllp even with 91 and Forest Hill, t-0-0, Is
Western Division lead to two PINTOPPLIP.I Chtvrolit, n 11 though he's received his shareof fifth with 69. When I In
over the idle St. Louis IV LMood Imltn_llncldr IIJorryo II the honors always has money
games Io""c It been
Miami I
I Wml 17 1) Sn'iurinl High dropped from second The Balance
Hawks, rallying from a 10-poin A'W Root Boor M 14 17 It
piggio' P.m to sixth with
82
17 It points and
Huflli Idwordo 14 14
deficit to beat Detroit. Prod M._ 14 14 Florlg. Ptfl 14 II 6-2-0 record needs mount DENt15T
a followed Tampa
by wheel balance
Nillonil '.M Co. Inc. 11 1'Otlnoovlllo Poppor Priming 32 Liz Ellcman ct.oT141Na Proper and
/ ton 1* 11Coniput OIIULTI Hillsborough 7-1-1, at 78. II
alignment
mean longer
O.tor Tin lorvico smith llnclolr ,
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WhitworthWins Comolnod. ins y Co 17 II Unlvortlty, Chovrolot J. Jorry-f ...,.*' Fort Lauderdale High, -2-0, was VACATION I tire wear safer driving
Aloctiuo Fog S... 17 IIH. -on li Oolnnvlll. Sun I. Allil.lo' 'IniII eighth with 73 points and Orlando ...borrow confidently I RM ui"G,
.'..' C.. 11 >4Mory Mopping Conlor J. Plorldo: Polt I b Leads 527 Let us check now.
Cannon Im, 1, Popnor Priming Jj I ID'I on Colonial from HFC i
PIe 8-1-0
EventSAN Carlo... Point II II IIIIULTI 21Wlnnllmm. Perk I. .....''eom..'., I. ninth with 67. pNSTALMkiTci
Miami Norland.. 7 JJV
.. was tenth
I Mud" Wm. 4, Notlonol '.M Co Inc lOYAL POUU.V W I. Liz Elleman lopped the Royal withl 63.The 'I When your plane, er App 1NCES_ I "
ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) O. C.mpu. booty Box 4. Oolnowllli', Iwllrs a Outtsr. Id I Poultry loop at Palm Lanes problem, all for 11I0".L:: : You'll
Whitworth had her first Sun 0. Prod "' ._ d. May Cal n noyoi' Crowns !114 10'1t I second 10 showed: Lake I go
Kathy Pllnl 0. HuhdwaN I. Comb''.... I... TI.." with a 527 series. She rolled Wales 58 Pensacola tee H FCI I Get money U pay blllt er '
!5 54 ,
; High
Cob ;
tournament victory of the 11 AtW Root Boor a. Wlnnlommori I IHilitl Ii I.
golf L Alochuo fog ..,. I. H...'I,5 17 jj 53-185-186 with the latter game Jacksonville Paxon, 48; Tampa other bens n. the be,11. .. buy a better car. Wi for our

year today as she headed for IH"'''', 'IN'O.SW' Rod Lucky itrikor uvk 1I'1t best single. Phyllis Wright Robinson and Jacksonville Du- outfit the family. travel.. *r for any other worthwhile I "
u
Japan and an exhibition tour londboggon 17 I.7 "" ..'Ion.,, li f0 MRIIULTI a 494 and Shirley Hester point tied at 42; JacksonvilleLee pu,.,.... Berrow confidently, repay conveniently : J sit' < 1 service; !

Miss Whitworth fired a spilt oiling, Porionoiltimv llonM W'*> II et'* Iplltl Ij Gutters 4, Cobroi (I Lucky Fowls had a 1420 series had.. 32; Wildwood 28; Tampa at Houtehold FIN_
,. 11,10.25 I. N.4 It .... IYN I. .....
closing two-under-par 70 SundayI HorolN. 114Animal. HRy.1 Ilo11aiS I' Reyes, Crown 4. TI,,,. 0.DNIIIRSITY a 521 best game. Splits Plant, 24; Miami Palmetto, 22;

and won the $10,000 San Antonio Pour 0. 22 CITY WOMIN' made by Mae Hill, S 8 10; and Lake City 20.Toclaro's. I

I. Clvltan Open first prize of f 1.50C L SISOLTSSoddbap0o. SplIt P".II'ln I. Lltll.' Plgo lorbocuo 14 W 14 I. Creasy Green 6-8-10 and Lucy' Borrow up to $600 SAVE HERE _

with 283 for 72 holes. Hornier' 3. Anim.11' U Ioy.1, Pour It Irown, Amoco lorvlc 14 14 Fisk, 510.A. 'I 531 Take up to 24 months to repay I on R.b.Ilt. GI."O" ",
Rolling, Itonn 1NltHT. onlnorl Construction M ,14 SI."e", Pail Pumps.
OWL Buoch lovwlon 14 "It J. Green hit 506 on 166- Wpbs Pump' Clutch Docs,
..
Miss Whitworth won by three WI. Coco C. Lends MixedMarch
Marlene Oold COM ...'.u..n' 30 1415.11er Pint P......! n J4 |it 7Monar 91149 In the Moose Mixed cir- Ask .bout erodlt Inwrence on lone tt frond nto .nd Pr..so11 Plo'el
strokes Hagge
over Mow 21 II Roilouront J]'* ir'
who had a 71 for 286 Mickey Idwordl .'0,. lupplln 21 14 Gold Cooit .,.'.u..n' u ll'' cuit. Al Ennis had a 407. Gay Todaro of Speak Easy
SaysCrown' Col* 1' 17 Ruln.rlord'l JowoKrl, Jl II I Arnold led the women with 476 HOUSEHOLD FINANCI
Wright the big winner on thwomen's Clorkl' BorMr Mop 21" Morion Plnonc Jl 11 showed the way In the Friday
finished in tie Johnson ft Porto II H 'utIw.,_ || n and Betty Foerst toppled 445. : HULL'SRAKI
tour a Mixed loop at Palm Lanes with
Popln' Olilrltwlon 21 11Control Oonorol Oolnoo II n :Jim Duke had 199 best
for third with Shirley Engle- ".. Olllco' Supply II IIWIIII.m..Tham. Lord Byron II 21'OW"O' a game. a 534 set. He rolled 151212171. I

horn each with 289. Pork Lino Cololorll.. II 17"24 Olnnyi ,H.lrityllot BulMlne, Supply" 11 1! 21 II I Team No. 3 had a 1724 series Rich Stolarski of Knott's Bar 107 W. University Ave., 2nd Floor SUPPLY

'luphN lupplv, 11Alochue It J..John 1414, 1I'1t and Team No. 4 a 599 top had Ii FXt BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
a 532 and Frank Collier PHONE FRanklin
6-4524
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0.,", Hotpltnl 14 M Ovlll. 0. C. II SI ,
RIIULTtRoyol nulls Ir,. II It game. Combs Lumber 517.
Earl C.
May Crown Cole 4, Alochuo OonHoip RIIULTI .PHSN| 172-1497 IUii
Ol Pork lono 1 Hmnot luopllo. Coon 4, Ovlllo/ ooo Cl Toulnorl 4. Mrs. Elleman had 519 In theElla Edna Jones Diet Rite Cola l '6aliM.inlle.rkiJTircsfone
Reprnentlnf, II Idwordo I Monor Motil ll 0... Butlir Iroo. li Morion Plnonc. 4, Ruin. : Ceramic league on 166-163- the II I
The Equitable Life Anurance Cooit I. C..,. '". OH Supply ll Jon *"- orlordl ll Idwordt ..". lupplln 4. paced women with 475.
Society of "me United State 4 Porlo I. Clork il Popln I. WIIIlams Olnny li Pint ,......, X ludwolMr li '190 with the latter game best. Joyce Massengill -Rite,
.T"om" IHOIfHWIIT LtnI Stow I. M.... ......."' It Omr.1 .
Hem Office N.w York N.Y. I. TRAIIM 'AwL 0.1.. I. .och I. LII" PI.. 3 Ginny Overly rolled 476 as did had 428 and Pat Brownsword

FR 2-3576 Connor u II Gold' Cooit I. li Brown T..... X Jom.JoKimn Ann Regnier. Figurines had a Combs, had 406. Todaro's 212

WAIN J,. __21--'!... TB.IPLI TUMBLIR.IW I 1759 series and a 615 bas I was high game for the men and
LAe. game Jean Ellenson made the
Sandy Fields Security Transfer
eioclrk' lupply 30 10 -:
Jo. Aiiontie. OH Co, j; u 5-7 split. li Storage had a 183 for the
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Oil Co J4 14 ti-
MR. BUSINESSMAN Bonk .T NowOOTry 21 Mull.rl Dottie Davis paced the Klser's women. *

O Collon4' ,Mln-A Podlotnr' .MorK Service II I? uI n Office Equipment League Diet Rite rolled a 2340: ser-I

''I. Wpp INS' (./.,. II 17Chondlorl with 499. Toby Rutledge had ies and Combs had an 830 best C'atCO ck/
for I de'
Lookfng I .IIULTIAllwtlc 11 SI mind trudie Feather 463 game. Splits were made by Bob

10. OH Co 4. Cot,.,'. MMwortn Hearn '
A M.rt 01 Ac0 lIoc"'e' I. 'ulill' I, Peggy had a 188 b e s t Flafcke Speak Easy 4 7 10; haoi

.... 01 Nwb.rry" I. Ch....,... II "'1' game. Dittos rolled a 1751 scand Ralph Davis, Dixie Minlt No. 1,: $ cs
Profit Increases? 011 4, O. I. I." e
a 634 high game. Jackie 5. 7; and Becky Collier, Combs, I

Clemons made the 5-10 split 5.10. I 'Holiday Safety"1SERVICE

H...'. on posy .......... A* o ho"' ..... .. yo..'.. tramed thet olinele Youth DiesSHREVEPORT ---------
Iniuroitce policy airs, you ..tt.. ......,. without e>M">
live ....1."'..e or "' '.'.." loopholol' Why not coniolle'ete JOHN ELLETT b
your kvilnoM eollclo foot Tew'll opt *.".' <.....,. then yeu La. (AP) SPECIAL

...w II... o. s.d et loll Ih.. yes ere new o.yln I |. Wo hove oiiumkor Olin Youngblood/ Jr., 11-year-oli SAYS:
of oollclei ...iI..,. ..,.cl.II, ....i..... for l,eeil''* I Negro, collapsed and died while

type ....I ........ Coll to"' ..... for more 'Informetieiu Th...'. playing sandlot football Sunday. "Hovt you herl an Iniuranct check-up recently?" See a profeiilonol Let us get your car ready now
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I Authorities said an autopsy 'Big I" teal! for holiday travel here's what we do :
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number of football fatalities reported NATIONAL PROTECTION WIIK
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IiABUSINESS Burch to Fight for PostBy I


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JACK BELL Rockefeller at the other." He
COP Chairman Gets
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen ;emphasized his call for new

Barry Goldwater's support of leadership was not necessarily a

Morning Publishers Dean Burch'i claim that he has From Goldwalcrsry call\ for new faces and said thatif

FLASHES "a four-year contract" to head Support party leaders decide Burch

MARKET the Republican National Com- "could be
N. Y. chairman for an the
Listing Stand Finn mittee pushed bickering Republicans meeting 0 f the national will be carved out by GOP party, he could become part of

AlllsChal ZlttlntPap 3TO NEW YORK (AP) A rail) unchanged at 3281 with indu today toward a showdownover committee at which he has said members of the Senate and that new leadership"

trials .1 rails off J and util\ control of their party ma he would stand or fall on a vote House under the leadership of
Alcoa S9V Jones&L 74Vi by aluminums helped give ar' up In DetroitDETROIT Sen Hugh Scott, R-Pa., a lib.
of confidence. Sen. Everett M. Dlrksen of Illinois
itles .1. chinery.
irregular stock market a slightly up eral who gave Goldwater a faint

AmAir KVt KalsAl 29M higher bulge early this aft The Dow Jones Industrial average Burch said Sunday he will An Associated Press survey and Rep Charles A. Hal- endorsement In the campaign.Is .

AmCan 43V Ken'cott 94* ernoon. Trading was moderately -. at noon was up 1.11 at; (APNewspaper fight back If anyone tries to oust showed that the comparativelyfew leek of Indiana. one of those seeking to get rid

AmCyan 650 LlgiMy K% active. 878.02. pressmen, on strike here more him national committee mem- Burch, accompanying Gold- of Burch. Scott could testify that

AmMot 15 i Loch'd 37% Aluminums took off after Alcoa Pricea moved generally higher than for four work months at, tried the Detroit to report Among others, Cov. Nelson A. hen willing to express an opinIon water on his return said that as regardless of the legal aspectshe

for in active trading on the Rockefeller of New York, former be "me escaped ouster as national
AT&T 17' Lorillard 45 said Ills raising prices Free Press today but could were about evenly dividedon chairman he would
aluminum ingot and most tab American Stock Exchange. Ambassador Henry Cabot whether the chairman should chanic and technician, not II chairman In 1949 by a one-vote

AmTob 38 MagVox 24 'Icated aluminum products. Corporate bonds were mixed not get in. Lodge and Sen. Jacob K. Javlts step aside beoause of his part In creator of policy." But, he added margin on a committee ballot

AmpxCp IS MM&M J9K The market followed an irregular US. government bonds wen The pressmen continued their of New York made It clear they the election campaign Many he had been elected for a: Rockefeller said on the ABC.
strike the Detroit News.
Anaconda S4 Mohasco 144 course in the morning mixed to slightly lower. against took will\ use all !the Influence they members of the committee said four-year term, Intends to serve, "Issues and Answers" television
Management a position
Armour M'fc Mons'to 5Tt but as scattered strength developed that the strike against both have to- force I change leadership something! must be done to re It out and If anybody thought to program that he expects a

Babcock 37V 1 MontWd 42'4 plus signs seemed to Five Thefts papers still was continuing. tee. of the national commit build the party, but not many oust him, he would fight back. I change In national leadership of
the party and made It plain
were specific about what form
BethSU 37% NatDair I4H be In the majority. "The strike will end at both Goldwater backed this
Gold water said on his return this should take. up that he had Burch In mind.
Boeing 64H' NatDlst 27 Motors were uncertain despite papers on the same day with Sunday night from a Jamaican statement with the observation! The New York governor said

Borden 79'% AmAv 52 some progress reported In ReportedSome the signing of a new contract," vacation after his defeat by I Veteran politicians had expected that Burch was under contractto that choice of a new chairman

66% settling auto labor disputes said the publishers. President Johnson that the party Burch to save his |M- the party was the responsibility of the
Brunswk 8tt Penney
General Motors recovered 8200 worth of antique Members of Pressmen's Local : should honor Bunch's "con- I00-a-year Job by some conciliatory Former Vice President Rich- national committee of which he

CaterTr 39H PRR 40K about a point of recent losses.Ford .I Jewelry was stolen from his 13, on strike since July 13 tract." Goldwater picked Burch statement that he would ard M. Nixon told newsmen on U not a member.

Celanese 71% PepCola STO and Chrysler were off apartment at 503 SW 2nd St., voted unanimously at a meeting for the chairmanship after his serve all party factions as a I his arrival In Tokyo Sunday thata Lodge said on NBCs "Meet

Chrysler M>4 PhllMor TVA ractions. Merrill Moore reported to Sunday to cease Its Free Press own nomination at the San non-policy-making director. I GOP comeback hinges on the Press" program he doesn't

CocaCola 141 PhillPet 53* Steels headed slightly lower Gainesville police Sunday after picketing and return to ,work Francisco convention and the This would have followed the finding new leadership "that Is think that In reorganization the

CornEd 56Ts RCA 32*\ along with rails, which faced noon. stations at the Free Press despite committee In turn elected the pattern of Goldwater statement : acceptable to all elements within Republicans ought to read anybody

45 the threat of a strike by 160- In other weekend thefts: a prior publishers' decl Phoenix, Aril, lawyer. that the Republicancourse the party, from Goldwater atone out of the party. But he

ConEdis 8Z1\1.\ RepStl 000 railroad shop craft work. Mrs. Elena Barahous ration there would" be "no I Burch has scheduled a Janu- In the next four years. '. end of the spectrum to said he believes there ought to
Revlon S9K\ work for them
-
ContCan M ers be established a permanent advisory
land Training Center reported
,
of other I
DowChe 78* ReyTob 41K The pattern was mixed, her purse was stolen after she Representatives unions ._ ._ __ ? council of leading Republicans
laid off In the strike, said
duPont 275V4 StRegP 32 building materials electrical Eight AutosRansacked such as he said had been
among laid It down on a counter in a members also would '.
EAL 39V4 Seaboard 51* equipments and chemi- their report suggested by Sen. Thurston B
downtown department store 1
for work at the Free Press. With The
E.Kodak 140V4 Sean 129V cala. Saturday afternoon. It contained The Detroit Newspaper Pub-I In Morton of Kentucky, a former

Firestone 43% Sinclair 557i The Associated Press average S3, credit cards and papers.Bicycles Ishers' Association, labor contract I national chairman.
FlaPw 50V4 Socony 85* Lodge, who was Nixon's running
of 80 stocks at'noon stolen
was reported
were
bargaining representativeof
83H SouthnC 63* male In said that
FlaP&L by Francis Lemaire. 1108 NE! called the un- Lot 19M a
both ,
56% SperryR 14 papers Parking suggestion by Goldwater that
Ford 3rd Ave, and John Wennie, 402 on'l proposal "only the latest !.L '
StBrand 80H +
FrmstDa 14V4 Urges SupportOf Boys I the parties ought to be realigned
NW 18th St, apt 32. In a series of attempts to drive
FreptSul 454" StONJ 89H Eight autos, mostly unlocked, on a liberal and conservative

FruehTr 32V4 Studebak 8% E. W. Milllcan, 3855 NW 17th,' a wedge between" these two were ransacked In the First 1 bails was "totally foreign to the
Act
GenDyn 36H Swift MH Rights Ave., reported Sunday someone newspapers '' I. -- .- I Baptist Church parking<< lot In two-party system.1
87% Texaco 87% stole a four horsepower Freeman Frazee, local 13' downtown Gainesville Sun day Writing In the New York

GenFds GenEl 83% Thlokol 13V4GenMills WASHINGTON (AP) Reso- Go-Kart motor from his yard. president, said after the presrnen's Games Room Outatand 1 In.' Cluba of America convention It night, Gainesville police l I re Times, Javlts said that Republicans

42H UCarb 121% lotions passed by the National Police recovered s motorbike 3Vt-bour meeting that the players during the past week In Miami next May. ported. must reorganize their party -

961UnitAirc 57% Council of Catholic Women In afourday Sunday afternoon at 300 union's motive In ending the Games Room contests were Homeroom ClaisesHomewor on a basis where It will appeal

GenMtrs 59H tnFruit: 17% convention urged support NE Boulevard. The bike was free Press strike was to help Ping. Pong Sandy Hale; classes are being held each afternoon Theater goers park at the to mlddle-of.the-road ,ot-

Goodrich 46' tSSteel 55V4 of the Civil Rights Act and reported stolen Friday night return other Free Press employes Straight Pool Tom Hill; Monday through Friday lot while attending movies. ers He deplored what he described

Goodyr I UnivMat 14% called for a concerted effort to by Mrs. G. L. Tynefleld 306 to work and to assist 8-Ball Robert Bass; t-Ball 4.00 .1.00 for Boys' Club members The first break In was reported as an excursion by

Greyhnd 24'4 VVstgEl 43V4 Instill in youth respect for authority NE 7th Ave. It was found by onsumers and business with Buddy Barnes; French Pool who have received lallln at 10::23 p.m. by Robert Gotdwater Into the "extremist"

GultOtl I 8V:2* WinnDix 40H of parents, teachers and police officers who had bee n he approach of the Christmas Mike Seaton; Bumper Pool grades during the current school Brayton, 359' Flavet 2, University area In the campaign

IntNick IntHarv 8V4 4 Woolwth 3H4 officials.- -- alerted to watch for It. I season. Mike Block; Bowling Dennis year and need additional Instruction of Florida. His car was entered i Unless the Republicans reorient -

" couNtr'iuooi'i-cou T Underwood; ,Volo Allen Students from the and ransacked t lelr course, Javlts said,

III TMi LACNVA COUNTYIN YOUR MONEY'S.WORTH Lowe; and Tic' Tac Toe University of Florida School of Robert Wheeler, 1123 NW 1st "Democrats will be running
alt t.t." II Harold Brock. Education are serving as Instructors
MACK: C. MILL J*. I p PI, reported burglars forced against Sen. Goldwater and the

I.- pea I I Talent Show-Members of the for the claises Any open hla right front door, ransacked i 1964 platform for years to

MOi1C/'INALLDIIICHANOIOM Boy's Club will be given the opportunity boy Interested In this additional the car and took a box I,com."
Of AOMINNTIATNIKTO How Save Taxes-1 r' 'help should contact the Boys' --- -- -- ----
1 to their
ALL WHOM IT MAY COIIC..N to display vocal of acrewa. ....
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VICTORIA .
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Mr.bv 1 I Club. .
Hulk N : 505l.I15i musical, and pantomime talents "
Adminitr51NN M A
LOYO.s5 MACK M C. 1r.\1./:\ '.. dK.Sif I November 21 In the Boys' Club Guitar Lt'lOat-Gultar lessora Six persona said their unlocked /

11 .. SM 11.4 1h4 will N .M Talent Show. Auditions are will be offered each Saturday cars were entered and
(hid
CNONOHASLN' ,H._: CIV.=,Iotlde". Cd.mN : By Sylvia Porter held each week In the Games 1:30: 2:30: In the Boys' Club searched but nothing taken. I INW

O.c.mO.r_ II L",.... Ice ._" II eH Room Instructor Richard Spong- crafts shop There will be m They are Mary Collins, Rt. 1 '. ...".,.. .
.. '
.. Boll 305 Keystone Heights I ..
Me NISI Hell. for the Instruction but ; .
AHNsod. is Modi C. bar,. charge .. ..
J-NM. Assuming you want to pay the es made by the 1964 tax law In columns to come I'll give P .lrll Fltnecs For 45 mla membership Is limited. Bnyi; Roger A. Meyer, 914 SW 7th INN .A11S.,. Ie ..Cale.IVS
a
'LOVDAdmlft"lo ,
VICTOIIA lowest bill legally owe tils[ law us the greatest how Ave.i Daniel Bass :Vt* NW
.. tilt buff NMKk tax you gave you key guidelines on you utes each and Wednesday who have their own guitars an
C. HII'' J', d..AANalcItAtd for 1964 and 1965, you must plan tax cut In our history and this may save taxes by switch I n g( Tuesday urged to bring them and boy 21st 8L| Allan Edgar, 2501 SW
members of the Club
,W5. WI15.1 AdHtlnLh.IrlSS .. right now how to achieve this (series of eight columns will Income and expenses b e t w ten Boys' I who do not have a guitar will 9th PL; Joe Mason, 3MO Archer
A".y Fitness doss are liven -
015npll.Iwld.SoutM5/, Plow ,...,... You must take certain t.p. help you make sure you ( el 1964 and 1965, how to save tax Physical instruction In exercises deigned be allowed to use one furnisher Rd: and Harry Stroud,

U7471 It" .. art no JI before the end of this year, not your full share of the cut es on your security transactions, to meet their desire for by the Boys' Club. 721 SW Archer Rd. /N IN/A/11

CALL ,oa (IDS wait until you fill out your Income Among the many changes charitable contributions medi- I healthy and strong body. Aft- French Club There are still Clothing valued at 1119 wan .
win nctivM' nwrr tax return in early 1965 cal expenses, dependency deductions. few available In !thi .t.m; (;; HITS r*
i bidt a openings
: law here exercises the class la given
% .. C..".* .. IM 01 M. made by the 1964 tax er found near the parking lot by
4Mm" MlTN.. M.II.15.4IvIr.lhY' II"'PMLids. ,d Vitally affecting your yea rend are the six which will most directly Instruction In trampoline, turnitlng. French Club which meets each police officers" and returned& to OMNtilO SNOW TOO,
tax planning are the chang.CtLL and at 4p.m. 111 SOlHUTIAif,01IICHAID
.._n... PI...... II.. wklc.tIm. Influence your tax strategy Today, however I'll start with wrestling and track on alternate Tuesday Thursday 301. Its owner, Jo Anne Brats, 131
.. w111M STUART
511 bM1 roe 110h .
oM IC' IIK5 00.5..5 s.4 1N .sod M SwilW Trll..** tlfMT N OllKMlit between now and the year, a timely warning to the hundreds days. Each Saturday E. Panhedenlc Dr. IOONI WHITMAN
""n.oII'55.'..Y 011 m..tttw ."'. .... ussr lit taN Mr kW M MMMrlnllnt .' end of thousands of you who members are given physical fit- Bstketball-For all those who RIO CONCHOS
...o.ruell..1 have been asking, baskeib al II In other weekend break In
,...... S M CMlw tntoraoKM Snclwrfc It* have borrowed on your life Insurance nell tests to measure their
'.'oc"''" 50 P15011 sod etwmi O11k. INN iin, r 0 r- fUN *..nr _".. Individual lax rates for or who have irogress Some of the boys who will officially begin December I. reports Mrs. Finley C s nmm Z.4M.T AT,,OJ
policies
.lulld'I 5A11dIg' ea' ,... .... II. C.r&DIrh. U.on. .'- Mt and II tovMvlntlt odor O0N.HIM CMM wvlM 1964 run from a low of 11 per accounts with slack have made rapid progress are 'when former All America 303 NE!: 6th Ave, reported JACK 1HISHYLIMMON
MACLAINI
rf PrS1" ..... ,..,oct N.. HAA old Plan HAY N .....,.. Il.PH 5414. cent to a high of 77 per cent, margin your Don Mike McCarthy from LSU, Joe Dean, will hole someone cut a screen on a rear
Rlsaby
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..... 5th D55.It1Or 11501110. P. o. nut anmso brokers.If IRMA LA DOUCE
w 01.5
A. .... ./115. ,..,14.. I4" 505508 ,. M. but for 1965 the range will be elnn Whlttlngton,' Jimmy Co- a basketball clinic at the Boys window and entered the house "

r 1S ill .... '1- a .AcHCIll1lSi. SIT lira: Doc n"_14._o f!. 1N4. from a low of 14 per cent to a you expect to deduct the burn Mike Jonei. Mike Wagner, Club. Nothing was known missing STARTS FRIDAYFIRST

...dig bIA M mIll fluid high of 70 centDividends Interest on policy loan or Flag Ftothitl Outslandlni,
ora 1511 W.bL ZAMAr IN THI ClUCUIt COUNT 0" "LOU per I your Helko Kallenback. and Dennis A Coke machine at the 10th AREA RUN!
. w. 5t.m S.S.0.w C........ M 5r. wDr. DA. IIOHtH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN on your margin account, along Jon. players the past week In thl
.I'.Ct.I. WSVV5 ..lfI. ,..._. 1001010- AND CMANCSHV.MtltKJN ran .AlACHUA COUNTY. IN you receive, as with other Itemized deductions Hag Football program were: St. Grocery owned by Him pTuwnllflJd. "RIDE THE
o' II 'lOr"",., o. IISIVIIILlords Individual entitled to a your 1 Art Class _The esrnflishnp will 629 NW lath 81, was
an are
.. MIIu11 IN U Lumber
Combs
._ If .05 1 II S when fill out Kerney Pool ,
III IIoIlod/ .. .... __ .hid....siOIVN.. OIl tat Ml W....DWIGHT. IIIANOR S N.*OilNSON '0"INIOII f 100 exclusion for 1964 again s I tl 1964 tax return you must know your:sponsor an art class etch Saturday Richard Devereaux First Fed forced open and an un k n e wn WILD SURF"
.. 5.401. you
.. Hour
INN 5w. Mss M 50.0.4.505wl'N only ISO before this year. Your I at 10:30 a m under the Instruction I'CT amount of money taken I
All .. 1 51 II MT.CS that you will be entitled t o irsl. Scott Allsbrppl .
m. .4.01050 sod WICISASIM art dividends received credit: I .1 of Mre Ruthe Wright -
Citizens Bank
5.1.4.14- deductions I Bruce Weaver ,
Wlkr a CMbtoN. toAmU these Interest onlyIf
by *
5.0.1 P05'55 M. K.NY J,.. A.I A. VkfMU Slrktl though is only 2 cent this Emphasis will be given to conventional '
it'lltN.. Control. Worn K.._ UnknmmVw per you have paid them by the Larry Harris Moos Lodge, DRIVE-IN
A hilt0d Nt IM I.4td.4 at. 15110.4 ltw 55545 with 4 cent water color art and
N I III M ..541./,05 NIlS sotrS01dww05.11 HM toM MM M M Mm MyM Court year compared per end of 1964. If the insurance Alan Ramos Florida Nat, SUBURBIA
.
5rtsA.11.50515.. .11550I BY OwlfM. .. IMMmoil ..K M.* wH.SIMMT before 1964 and you w 0 lI't free expression. An art conte.twUl Hammond Denny Con THEATRE9HOW7IMI
.sA.l5. 5tK111.15I.n5 M AIMr 55. H. lltMMW. M ..<. MO"**, Just adds your 1964 Interest to Leigh
MMw501.I..CIIAI, III Iri.l w.iOw. .y JOKN View FwMri, Jr.. mHMr.DV .,get any dividends received credit your loan or if the brokerage: be held later this year and mil Joys Bobble 5 First MaUonal.
D. KM pMniWr 0w/. .. "WMMI for IMS and thereafter. the winning entries will\ be die 7:00
A.sw'.dM' <4 P lAm. .001'"'I" .... Ml .,... SMIW H. RlWllMll *Mvw house Just adds your 1964 Interest Mike Block .Zperr ;, .15.41
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... .. i m nwikM 5055 A WI loan this played at the Boys' Clubs of Rand Charles Theus CamwiInsurance. !! tOwWM
to margin .atAKi MM
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VIII. "...- ywr MMT tr ....._ IS cwky 15 The cost of medicines and, your Southern I .
1050. America Region a
5.1Inid5 S Huy SS/11 _M] M M ..i.. David Sneed Cbar: | '
005cM .Sr dpwH MM MltMll 1 .fr drugs Is fully deductible ss a la not a payment by you andit WVTONMNPniRSUlfRSTTHEPINKPANTfiTERT
II 515 150.114 M ly.cd/ClItw.... WlIIt 0 ....If of a. X. n 4 UK turMH.tllmnnt Ill a Mr e pMHIwwl.M >lr* SMM 5.4 medical without reduction will not entitle you to the Interest Art Exhibits to be held early en. Ricky Cpwart Buffs WAGNER W'UClNE
...... TM .M II .1.A expense The winners to the ft06RT
.
1055 .. _"'". PlwM ..K IM IM trUJt.MI next year. BIOs Shane Powers Cowboys 1'
Nil w/N N .s5.4.d Is 505 .a HaSW In M mc. .... CWrt ..w Circuit by 1 per cent of your ad- deduction. win hs'. their work psn4Mr
region .
M. ..._ I0 a dneu 1M.NAndol.cr. II C:..Kf M or Mrt 515 IMN 055 Bred Easter Broncos "Ways '
Income U or
051105 WI1NI)1'...Id....DAYS 150 APT-MN DuoAIe.A.O. HAAOriM lusted gross you Therefore, what you must do displayed at the National Boys'Blame Llndtry 011.,.. John Hennessey iwxal ( .
.. DATI. TIC 1e15 r* 5511w. If
liD .. P541 Not or your wife are U or over, or
.
.... _orv rM.twbfM0INISis. ... ... M- 411 YW11.14 In the remaining weeks of 1964, Texans, Drift KIlN -Raid =CtAUOCA CNaW.EftDIICIl"
b. KM .M ..>. IMl .* MWHM. your dependent parent is B or .
-0.15cM M--"....... wi.c.nh 5wrl. .... 011./1 ...0 MY_ '..,_ ..* urn If you want this Interest deduction Goose en, Burton Turner,e. Patriots, f noaeuaur

115 055.4. ..d4/.ro., d.CWS....1511.4 151W W11 Y5M5I4.1 5.11 551 51M Isv d J.5055115.. CAHMICHAtlciimc A. 0 mt over. II actually pay the hsurance I Bin Sneed .Steelers, and Roratb : -..-....,-

of 51A .1S P01.4 501.. -I MM or TH. SAID' cmeuiftOU As an Individual, you can company or brokerage Reynolds Browns.
d..IS5111IU In Fatal Crash
OIl .ay0..1.51 III M M 050 McNIc51M05.M .Hks i ."' -T carry over your capital losses house !the Interest on year I

_ N p145.454.4.. X50' _WITH" ""IIIII Is.wu M err Indefinitely /Instead of for aa I y loan.If. 2..4 ,......
55..SI1
1..N.M/o 0 1 5d ..rlM a
DAYS APT.I SIP PATH.51S M MrS1' nwtvrt *r mimwni five years and your carryovers have a atock margin Of AstronautHOUSTON PROPANELP.

5.d 505w II.....sNHMN"...... PP0 w.AN _s I...r.P-** HTM win BOW retain their same account you can count as an r'1laNea

MAY l5 wMM P-" 015 II P504.41101N.1M. character as long term or you Tex (AP) An ION(
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ANY "NUAL A SOMA CONTUACTO5 P'O' III ... >." short term capital losses, as or Interest credited lo your account investigative board was expected / :.1 A..SNI 1.H0 .4.MA.KN1eR1 ....'.
PAILS TO 11)5M1T c.4 1114 had when Incurred to report today that I goose
P041lIT5D. they
HIT DEPOSIT CHICK: SHALL II _mMT I, MM you b 1964, or any cash from MOTTIS 'MA"HATUUL
vnu.... n o n OH nIN I them. But any of your capital caused the fatal crash of astronaut
;di-'IN 'oil I1 1,1511154 5.CrhaIN. sales in 1964 to the .xt. I t .AI
o15 15114 .0I. tH| CICU4f COUNT OP FIOOIOAIIOHTM from Theodore C Freernan'aplane
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CNANC5SY
__r ...50 c IN character as short term her One of the Mrde reportedly
id 0 _liD Of'COOInOL 00514" tV HAllrP1.10100. Interest due.
Had .. 550111.50 11.5110 your Low Cost I
n S.. 55555 ls (I- pierced the cockpit of Free

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M 15001 fil- M M 5th5S..r Tot 54 V.'W-111.5 HMS. caa cut their tax on H bya due oa your policy loan or margin rights of gees were observed FIRST AHA SHOWING DIIVI-IN THEATRE

55.1 *.. 5511.A w/mI It II wnM.a.515M M eM- Owen Aw514JArW new method called: "Ine a n e H might be wise for you to flying close! lo the

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C".Q 54 come tai repay
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12 Gainesville Sun Monday, November, 1M4 .
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BAD NEWS, WE TAKEN THE LIBERTYcc

DEAR ABBY I SMtk7Pr..fJE'RE BRINGING YOU SOME ,,kE0J1(
ALL OuT OFD06 CAT FOOD INSTEAD
Wh.t' rear ",..,."' Pm a pa- I ..

1;lfI: Don't Quibble! .... ,.,,,. wrtt r. ...,. ... 13(5. i FOOD.. -I) a

....,Iy Hilb. C.li10212' red I

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!tfif. Abigail .10'0. Abby mwra ell!! Mill.' I IAl. 1w -Jr
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21 and college lenlor. I could have enjoy managing because It brings relaxation to many. I r-UNUESSVO' f NtNAH.'d-A14 U, TAHIS\ ( WHO t5 ORE PRINCE L
DEAR ABBY: I am I 1 / UtroOMSTSIVECITIZEN LOYAL ) I WHY DOES MO1 KEEP W,?
had many date last year but a boy on campus monopolIzed massage men, women and even children. I carry my own BECOMES CX S UP MAH CITIZENSHIP TO MAMS TIN DARKNESS
all my time and ruined my chances with everyone else. table and go to their ,homes by appointment. My problem Is i NO.Mm.NIGHTMAUALIC& lVO..AIN.TELIGleU DOaPATCM.?) NTH'PUCEArtJ PRINCE?,
At the end of the semester I told him I wasn't sure 1 cared my wife. She does not want me massaging ladies. I say that w FO'm'SADlt JEST SIGN J< ORIGINALLY tJ MCHERS.
enough about blm to continue dating him In the all. I said my work is like a doctor's and there Is no reason why I Z HAWKINS Don! RI CE'. upFUMfr
we shouldn't see each other over the summer, but should shouldn't massage ladies. What Is your opinion? ==
think It over and talk about It again when school resumed.He MASSEUR r
said he loved me ind always would but he'd abide by my DEAR MASSEUR: Your wife apparently fears that your < ,
wishes. lady clients may be getting a treat Instead l of I treatment.

When we returned to school he Immediately started dating Such fears could be caned by her ewe feeliagi of Inade. e

another girl. I called him and told him I wanted to talkto quacy. Keep ssuring bet that she has absolutely nothingto A 11$4
him. (I was going to tell him I DID love him.) Whenhe worry about. (PJ. The little woman Is Jealousbut don't ,,ee
came to see me, he brought the other girl along. I knew rub 1111.) Y \

then that It was all over between ui. Now everyone Is saying a r.M1M.w..rr u Ic1t
that HE dropped ME for HER. This Is hurting my reputation DEAR ABBY: That lady who wrote about the "Open MAQI ( Y7
and I think It's his place to tell our friends that I dropped House" fhower where an ad was placed In the newspaper -

HIM. What do you think? ana anyone who wanted to come was welcome, was a piker f !;WHAR'S MYDADBURN TH' PARSON DRAPPEO BV j
NOT DROPPED compared to someone In my husband's family Listen to this: WHILE ve vviiz IMAPPIN;
JUG?
DEAR NOT All right, to you weren't "dropped" you One of the girls had to get married, so all her aunts got 11 HONEY POTTHAT'S '--
were freed. But don't expect him to put an ad In the paper. together and gave her a combination BRIDAL and BABY

Your pride may be bruised but your reputation won't suffer. shower! Practical, I suppose, but wasn't that the absolute D J
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DEAR ABBY: Six months ago I took a course In "scientific OWOSSO MICHIGAN
"managing" and I passed the examination without any DEAR!: OWOSSO I'd say they exceeded the limit Speed I \ ( i
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O Reading Tom, Dick and Mary: Genius I Worth This O Andy Griffith OEM THAT
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young bride of I pioneer niversary and three'sa search projects Instead McCoyt
encourages the attentionsof crowd. of manufacturing contracts O New Horizons Y / \
a Cavalry lieutenant.O O Andy Griffith scientist Robert 12:00 0 09 (Color) Say When! ::= 1 I H
Perry Mason Op I.'. overwhelmedwhen Harrison's plant faces a O Love of Life
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on business, and as condensed and comic 09 (Color) Newt, Sports, : O Visiting Spanish Neighbor E
a favor to the wealthy version of "Hamlet,1" Weather *
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to Switzerland I to lee media dell' Art Troupe. Agree 09 Local News p t ae A
what sort of girl young ':00 O 09 Andy Williams ment." ((1947)) A maga- 1:00: 0 Newt, Weather (
Frederic Ralston Is plan (Color) It'. an all-song zinc writer accepts an O Midday 1 i I
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O Whals New Children guests, actress Shirley I series of articles on anti- Quest For Adventure 11, IIIMEANWHIIL,011Th1 '1.114Mr
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Finn search for burled ny Mathls and Morgana a better Insight Into the O Elementary Spanish
treasure and find the King. subject he decides to 1:10 09 (Color) Let's Make

escaped criminal Inj J u n O Lucille Ball pose as a Jew.' Gregory A Deal' 1 APPILCIATt 10511 AND rlL aE ALE To

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Californian Salinas Val- men decide to dampen 11:10009 Johnny Canon 1SS 09 Newt DAVILf!', MR.ALDLN!...UNTIL THEN, "-' ,.I o: 4Y
ley at the turn of the cent her enthusiasm by treating Color) Scheduled guests 100: Q Password UHHUMHWtONTHI A11itLN 1 4 )
tury a father raises two her Just like "oneof Include comedian. Milt O 09 Leretta Young MATTER, IHf J 1 1s
motherless sons. Julia I the boys." Kamen. O Sign Off I!
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(Color) Cameras examine Morning and Afternoon 3.00: O 09 Another World se j jI
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WASHINGTON The topless weren't allowed to show their would join me and we would assured me. "They would newer <

bathing lull hat not been very I legs, but as skirts got shorter\discuss the merits of a French do anything to detract from 10- .a 'ar "* e 1 y CP1CMP 1 Awl!
Q
J' successful. The reason for It is we started to specialize In leg as opposed to an American them."
that' men wouldn't so along limbs, and I remember my daddy (lleg. It was hard work but It I wrote my daddy and he "
with it. They threatened their once saying to me when I had its rewards. wrote back "I'm scared, too. ...: /

women, "It you wear a topless was alt yean old "I envy you.' Then t little over two years lOlL I think _,'rt In for a bad ; :
bathing suit, I ain't going swimming ton. At your height, you can ago the shade of the stocking time."
with you." I tee ki better than I can." (started to get darker. I wasn't It took two years before the .

So the' fashion designer got A! I grew up I became a worried at first as I thought prediction came true. Sure w
tore and they said -We'll fix great admirer of the female,probably, had to do with smogor IILOUh. this year the new slockIngs t +. Il Z MNir NEt"m rat Mss' tt1+M

rem* Umb. But I wan t purist AH I something. But pretty soon were put on the marketHarlequin ti i Z "e pe rNa satas .. ?
How did they foe us? They decided asked was a nice shapely call the realization dawned on me diamond patterns, miy .' M w *fl usj I PooorT Ra f XY
M.IOe0I'S KTMU Wt Till. oe..OR UAVf
to cover women's legs In a sheer silk or nylon stackIng that won.on were alerting to 1 birds, and even porpoises were 4MaAKEO JKf.TIMT CUT MNiMT wrEN rOe Wf ASKING Mi CUT; MEMaER: 91(1/ ep'4 11) Sea JljI"6e .boH Me KLME:
with wool flowers, and rhinestone supported by an attractive wear black atocklngt. woven Into the patterns. Every ray WQIaMT 10e NLRa IN JUST WITH WWT A COlfUl eMAT Tt ,( NAM5S7 weal kSKinlb Ada ANO UT MM MOW THAT KM K>_
stocking U we ire to believe ankle and a high heel. I wanted I became very upset The:color under the rainbow .. .EO.M.iaa PD v0. eOrt Oi tlOYS. OuESTnO .rNI.A WIre OUT OouRAL l6MT%h' / [f
l the fashion writers, the no frills to detract from the black stockings U they were Introduced. .1:1 vler wsA > / 1 ANO ** PONT WOKV .....!/ |J

slim clean kg of yesteryear I II view Women could do what sheer were Dot unattractive,' Despite me fact that the w a 3t3i TNi COLJ.INa I/OSPITAL, I w t 1 -'"
J being replaced by what looks they wanted with the rest of and In tome cases had a certain stockings make women laek 1
to be the' fifth kg of a dining their clothes but I demanded sex appeal But my main like Italian coffee tablet, they I OTARniD "
I room table their legs remain clean, neat, fear was that the stocking people have been Hlllng well The joys
... I can peak with authority(and if possible straight were about to spring something of kg-watching are disappearing
': because I happen to be a leg I did moot of my memorableleg on the public that might right under our eyes. Last I Iv
o man. The first thing I took at watching at sidewalk cad change the entire course of Iffwatflung. Sunday I took my ton for awalk

: when a girl walks by la Mi tables in Paris. Just at my daddy had
: kgs. The Buchwalds have a 4 I could tit for hours on end, When I expressed my apprehensions take me, and after it was
ways been leg men. They started either with French Americas I to my French friends over my toe uid "What'i
, : out of course, at ankle I rrlendi. looking at limb as they they laughed at me. "Legs are great about leg?" I dkdnl "j

: men In the days when women went by. Som tim.a the waiter,too Important to women," they[what to reply.

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I CLASSIFICATIONINDEX r I I II

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ANNOUNCIMINTS AMGt I t-O MA
I I* MornoDOft
ACROSS l; L M O Ff C O M
I Cord d TtunM 1. Pouch 39. rrortoitl.

'!:.. Hoot I Pound 1 4. Equal sale A O A i T I V I C t

.1 I d Pononoiltod lontlcotITrovri portion O. Furnl>h t 1 1 1 A M C S

- Intofmollolltlpociol I. \ kloryIga crew S R t M C t D .
F NotkooIPiortoti '
IS 31. ''Iltllanl A L. E G A R R 0 T C S :.

I toby imort CtllM Coro ll.Lat quad 3J. riayihliiRi RAC R RAC M 1 ToSjMln

Places. To Oo And 34 Hoiiiliaiury Ci T I T K. T Q R 0 0 0
WPMT 12 Corn Illy mend
inures T* loo R p O RT M I C
JSF.qul.a
f
genlu j
AUTOMOTIVIMAirplono 13. Hot learo D M S R
IS ON -
SPOTLIGHT loootonlow. 14. Access 36 Sullan (SnluUoa To Sunday mule) ( 'I

71' Trucks lor lolo. 16. Bulky etrrrrc I

--Jp TOWN HOUSE 7 Trucks WoModW THE 18. Rak 31. Kind of DOWN 7 Mliroo* r.

f1 2204 S.W. 11lk Si.Jill. Trotlon a Trvct RonloUTrolkr 19. FIN| krt tnak l.Blthopi rrnUon '' r

ti 11. ... Who* U..,.. .. 441 II DpntottN 20. \'lltloUe 41.0nhtttoi.fn, : rat S.AiUiik .. J

Try the Tow Ham ..... Tfcig b G'villo'l MolorcycM t IcooioitM 22. Brlclj 4J. Dlnpaclonai $. Mast. tip quality ::

1 true family ....."....t. Ho".e...... fI..., |just N Aseameslle" RgNreN 2) Sim* .. S. Nap 9. Work unit :

like Mo'h..'. end. oh* .onpyo If too. Doily ".,.. .'. AubM0lt.s lor MN. 26. Briansmarbl 44. MAca" 4. H.iimtJ 10 AiiRmrnl -. 1.

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+1 .; cooked. I* ....... Alw." frnk pipit. kot sack. 01etly V Auto WrN5EDUCATIONAL 47. Thll man 4ft. Snare men'i tool tr ,

4 *i y* ylik* tho", Doliciovo .....wh... and. TIME $1. Type space 47.Drpo.ltorNmoIBmln. 6. Part oft led 17.C riliukunl rA .

homo-mod ,i... Wont rolroihingly "dilloront"trt 'l -.... 4.I .
i" .tr Try Mr *,*,.h"it plo. Tk* Tow Ho".. w.'. fcnoolt t 'Imlrwllo ..JL ; 19.1)rlillw w
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comet you daily. 7 A.M. to 9 '.M. Com .. you "M..... DonclntM 4 J 211, Afrwh ; r,

L ,. hobit'... -'Coiual drat wolcomo 'Cot tk* Tow Ho".. Woniod-lniiructMn' 1/ I. 'IIf 21 Vrueof

1f '! EMPLOYMENT Aral mlricl
I' 1I' $'J.Worth
Watch for Nod W...'. SPOTLIGHT 11 Pomolo Ml* WonlodII f-w
Molo. Hoip Warred. 21. IcUow

II "OIf -MII' or ,....... TO It / / / I' / 34 Numhfri2S

? DINING 14 lotto. HUP Wontoo) 770 U. J/ 1& I" If Mirror :
f t AMUSIMINTS 7)OWLING DINING-DANCINQ II Wart Wanted PomoJ 3
at STEAK NIGHT COCKTAIU U Work Wontod Male, I. 71J ). Foul
n. lIS
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Opon wary aisle' for your on.loymont HUMPTYDUMPfYMI FARMS *> LIVESTOCK I' JI snake of '
from I A.M. to I A.M. NW nth st Chorcool noon Room, lmorgoboord. .
Pro Nrvlco.itttt Cockloll Hour I to >. I H Form lovlpmoro lD.ll :
t, woido nursery no arum FOR A PLEASANT LUNCH drink for tho "... *t I. Dare V Food. k FortllliorII I" 0' u 33, Colntnduct
Hot ilndwlchol Choto Illod In* "" I A M. to lobby Orinin g to glvo, kwoly k rocorvolDocoroio
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to Ion end Girt, SCHOONER ROOM Poll 4 lUppJM SA, Alllnf
the HAPPY HOUR I M I PM Add a dainty' Ottent to tow.S.Kara. jJ, J', ,J' ...
From Ago 5111,0
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..... US Mimetals )70i, sic 4 i It Inrtl n<4M...
lent Will Unlvortlly 14 31. Common
A PRIZE STEAK? -.. N -.... crocKot dirotlion lor oagin*. orKM 4f 41 4f 1
Why not roeo your mlnloturo' cir Our U 01 Irloln for M W DI. w Dente to llva muck. HKO.TUWtytlvo. |*ull*
end got it.. tIt,"" end chills Or choo. from ...Ied mtnu ovory Pricey' and NNrdcy M lullnoil OpPOrtwiltM oU 41 14'7 34 Fnlnd
. ol tho tig" trock.G THE ORLEANS 17 Money I* LaM OOntl In Nine' TOT Ram
40
DUTCH TREAT 454 NW Illh: S371tint trill potiorn-odd II ante for o tnpononi
villt Miniature
Rocowoyw MmortgopM tor IM a doe, moiling '""- *, -..-- LI'1. 41 Word ofdiok.
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31 Money WontodMIRCHANDISI lOKlol HoMllno."
OPEN AROUND THI CLOCK DINE DANCEDIRECTORY THAT "'"_,.,. Oanewms tun. Needle'cnaut .*
DINING -* Do" ,. O. tan Ul Old
Town House CKoltoo' I..'.... Now V.rI 11.

ITALY IN"GAINESVIlLE1 2204 SW IBthSr. II M Mochlnory Wanted. I* 4 Ivy Tool N Y Prml, NAMI.plolnly ADORIII PATTIIN1UWIIP. ond 4 ,....*.11... Sorvlcog U Molo H.I, Wonloo 1 I II Uvootook 4V S.**"*.
Dlno In DINING.MUSICCOCKTAILS
by condlollght tho dol g ltul SON.
'ljD1 otmotpnoro it Italy) Old.'nhloMd Rat Scar ol lunging Motorlol ruT 'N KU'l nUIY IALON EXPERIENCED BAKER ''II CALV'" ..... ..I fl."
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In lougno, POOL A & W ROOTBEER STAND GENERAL GAINES I moro lomwnt lo unit Nana mon wr0 :1' I Pua,
\1 and othor dollcleui. Itall,. foot Antiojuo ovorl PWl I Fill ,,"..n., omonwory. ....... u uo Mars M no Call Eel, 1m
_.... 1507 NW. nth. St. STEAK ROOM 04 Mloc.' For loK. dotlo. ._.. Send Htontg N .. Un" AYO e)57OQIASJrellte 11-Holy I Mol oe F......1.a. *
\ Sets H. Rd. 11.11 PM. It N AM. II M P M. Poohirln U I. Primp. end Chokotlookl BETTER Cede ht .qt, WANT TO KNOW MOW lo OnplrrytlnlM
Pi. no ciotod' M........ 0 Trodlnf Foot for now NooOlocrell lor inomott than
hoot
proppro to your IMtoon .... ..., '.1........ Mar,.... your
HOT ROAST SEEP SANDWICHES ,lANOWICHEtPMlroml ,....... our role hoorth, flakier 'In... N Pal Oil I Woodln 4 SPECIAL NOTICES Ay.nolo. *, com k on* 100, M o.pioH hew
this 'm CPACOOPOrOllvO
you eon M |ftI *
" (Not Orloont alto II cents Carted Inl Rood Itolklllll MO IW ISM II. PR 4-1744. loot Morlng Iqulp.Com .. VAlllll 14 COMPLETE UILTPATlilNI MARY MOELLtR Mllll Ol per OOntPnio.
ALAN'S W ..I"... now OiiDI CANnura- REALTOR ....
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hi Carolyn pl.,. 111 w. U.'.. .... tool NW III Au. LOUNGES 71 Olllco IwilomontTIMullcol ants pawl! J. M Plaice '1.,.. NW Uid 444MiTipga lie NI\I INN II
MOrchondlM/ Pull rum* red t I'M, Its floe oil im
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till 1.1lveryLARRY'S l COUPLE i / _
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ADVERTISE IN THE THE CYPtess LOUNGEEkolle RIAL ESTATE FOR SALI CARl! I loby Sifts, Child. Cor. Cola MO-IOM or vim J. L. lMd... |i4ti Pa.mlre willt 555.
AtnvnMKro. Seed MulltkooullMlly Iou_.., ..'1..... PIP 11... SIN. Pasts .,.lit1. MNM
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.. SERVICE DIRECTORY 111 Wnt UMvonlty. Aroma At Yw 10 thorn a Lori for Seed. ..._.... "'<0. NW Sal.Ilan. MOTOR ROUT. IAUIMAN HORSE ilr--
:-A OPEN 31 HOU" A SAY ales NW Din II P It 0-IWI*. ._...../_... Call F* 0 1IXCIUINT CASE. pr rrsiasa ably.Ne.llrt .
14 Wolorlronl Proporty Cloinprlvoto Wl hove oeonlnoi, for Tronlpn. moloor SSN S/.1/5.1
CHIN Cer. III _
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TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE tor lolo" : yor hove tronepprlolHM.. on* ovilro, lo I 10 PETS lUFHIlSPUPPIIt
run your own ouilnne wim veryCoouro.
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OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE THEREIS ': fj--; tare plae '''' IOTU'' DACNI
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CALL 3781411. IN lor en Nna.. pelota Mrnw Pea tun, |'>l4ll, MIt.. I to I Wale OIl _.... ..... WOrm.S *
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to tame slid tall to "' .. 1KIDDHKORT I JOPm. .
hod ono eKot OIL PR 0 U4.MAOII
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-- -- 41 Rolloontlol, 'Income CHILD CARE 14-lolo. H.I, WontodProtWonl 050101 woo. :51150055. ANC ':. Ins hN mere.sl.S.a ,

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, 41 .rm. ** SN W0y 5k 5115
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41 Proporty _
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( 44 Cotlogog tor Ron 'lilt lit w w to' ywtSaIfU Worm I 1. Ta.N.1iWork PUPPIES

-. 41 Furnlihod, A.... Of Pal St 111 4 rpm looullnil ......,.. tiny lie *o*..

41 Unhirnlinod' Apt*. It FEMALE Hit WANTED Wontod ftPXiWHI1I .1.H'.UN M. ... 07.5111.51A0li .

" 47 KevHO for RrPuns WORTHWHILE ,...,..... S 0.55. .... 51aced. "
WATTfIII. goad a.'Y" Td NU'" will /Ma Sets ataarly nko CnnHmoo pom. Phono
for Ronl :
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1 This Week's % M Mobile Homo loot W U..... A... ." Call lea lost altar A : 1 _"TlNI. 11 MomS C. and

II MI... Ronlol. ltl..uoo.lor ovonln for ,...._.. IMIrre 155 ''',
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IIA Wanted To RontU CENTRAL Mar, Mss. mr5 .... MYN MeSteIN.N..wr pron '
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loordorg Wonlod tllive. 10 lbOrre inier' Routo t, PM na-" Live.
ooopnoPl
old 11570. to
101,. yoor
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minimum/ 00 IIyro ....II./ _Of. JNm Sstpmi Sea QUAIL
SERVICE p* ......-. noieMoryMwot Wysnlr5 N. 00.11, 575. Droootd quail', II M says
oo ooio I* wore Minor t 04to L..... Of Ico* ......ln* I*

a Special" Services! .... ic I.. ..... r S N O.... IT Work W....... Molo Mtmi---Ity..i.......
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FLORIDA'SLARGEST READINGIN Cruet Ni. Oolfln .
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RATES I/Mrte/Plan. Mane lady _ref...-Hi_; w.1It,;.; .te ye Office Manager? 2 BR under $4,000

11- IrI551e a 1555 la/r f or Financial USE OUR
PH. 371-1411 Alocnuo' 441 tam RENTAL a PURCHASE
COOK Il44 pb*ae'oamlA i Controller? PLAN

forCI..ifi.d :::: ont I*raSem* oMlln o glutS OlH pn4 onop uAt piOKI Accountant? lamer "" _... paymNN

TOYS Nca Solo.' -'tint HoSN/N ONM TOTtk COif
.. OnlyDEADLINES mas.e sat en ..__.. Disbursing Agent? OP COMtlACT. will It 1114
altN/edy 31 and N rrlN .... N"Sl..tM....
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THE P04MUTI. Apply wlHI Mro DAD AND LEAD iARJIN

-wooo-- ot wo Silt, 5Iw.. __" Administrator? IAN* AONdVAtlANI .

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FAMILY RATES malt ov lusty to. __. PoyroH. MOOS NoHOl OK oltCIMrM
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i Mmoor ol InoorlMno WANT ree/y waeS.r r t.oScy Ctlr 17..l. Paerar.. MN/N 025050
50.05 .S a1r...-.
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17NI. te lioo 5.1102. Anorbo* Paw ; use
12 point SoaN. P' O Sal MJOOt JacMea 01*4- "*.
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Announcements
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Clean out the Closets fir Utility Room. Now-Pick up extra CLASSIFIED cash Pert-Mi to p.ADS non adi art for not commercial users selling 1II0tehandi.o priced

1 10 4 UNES $3 at $100 or lati with the tilling price .tat.elln tha ad. No additional costs for ode that require tha full 10 dayi. No refund tor ads that

DAYS bring' quicker action.


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

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IS H.UMI for Sol.Unlv IS H.UM IM So.!. IS HtMiim ,., I." IS Hm.sss .i. kis IS H...... IM S.I. IS HOVM* f*' SM IS Houaa for Sal IS H.IUM for. hi.P54005 .

ONLY I MIN. "om downlowo 0.4 SAY HAPP'NUI S STRETCWUO SEW CCI3 Bit Hom. on 44,55 OWNER MOVING 5005. MUST CALL u. II you .ro 4001,1 1... PERFECT. felt LAOGI fAMll.Y 0 55 W/Oblll.s ij; ";
TIMEIS ly awnar, I .., I ball SinvubIoNs.O. 0. $1551 5t.no high. land with IW highway front. IACRIPICI. I ... PhotOs 5 55. ...... 11I11 10 01110001.Wim OR SMALL MRORITY .1"'". On lot It' 0 12J'. Psvl
an I A. tot ""'10. 4 ...... Furchaaa .. age on Slots road 111 II ", I.. JWK roam logs air condition a rImall I.... ............. 5 10111. Ilka naw .111 (I) lodroom atraat, atiada ...... Oak floort,
prk 111,000 1101 It 100.. ALACMUA HOMil INC. from Ocala and N mIll from down paymont slId taka Wood 5111140" 515,11.0.p1505 Pour (4) .bath Mm In cm lealrnd tllad bath to.. living ..... 'ImnwdKcupancy .
1190 dn, Oil par canl :n'orll' -.o1l6-_ 0'villa. Cwner mint ball, being .p P05.5011 11III N' 11111 50. = siwlIsrI. 1.10117ISO. NO.11110 535110.1. 125,555.TWIn. Only MOO on. and 170ma.
NOW. In II 4021 SW art $'. lot I WII Modal SM.r7SIng ovory lun. treniterrod 111 so*, to...... Call 372.8404 176-026. Como or ,..lI .11" 1110 '1.5' Unlv PR M3M.YOU .. N. W. I3nI ct. Ma It at mw: Um 10...
(.Ion Rd I. Contact awnar colloct from PM. bogln. and PR
L. H. Hall, 142-101 devil alter 0 'M. mla phona
CAN AV1 in 50 .
thra badreom
50.111.0,1040.444SUY Augual It till NW. II 1'1.I 4 P M, It?.1447. Live Oak. PI.. IP LOOKINO Sir I lions SoSlust I BR, I bath horn Cantral ....,. naw brick .
horn Inparat
Co'.. coat with all amor ....... two bath '
I 05310.P510 .
s lomld.r' .
AND WORK OUT THI ... carport andataraga
1 NOW ... 5 ACRII Archer bum III kll. dining room Flraplac ID. .. Road wllh
Do You Have bod' I bath fully air con*. en wIll, "I 050155551
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505 Non's DOWN, is 1,5.11117 PAYMINT woocltd Polo I homaa. YOU'LL IUY IT IVIHVTIMI 111 ft. trontag. t IR kitchen IS'.. ............ two Mthi, In"*. MERRILL ... Call OT-lnt Tarmi. N W. Mrd Cl. i ft 4 ....._ Mod.I.1SHADOWLAWN
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equipped homa IN 31IsV.
sow 504.r _.... A Room "... ,101. lltso 00 down MS M par "0. rtudy two eer .or_. $0.otltoI 4 .... 2115 01W and I da not Inland to .... 50.0 15411 "' 1'-
.... iou 05410010. 500 two IssNIOS .......
005 ? 5101011571. Thrll two
ARCH CAMPIELL, RIAL TOil control 1501115 101 UNSOLD HOUSI or.....* rxyturnltur ESTATES
both. IlKUdlng brick front .... IR concrete block home, beautiful Fhona 174-5707 ANYTIMI 51,1005. heel.11, mil.,....lendKopedM s0 505 ::r.-'l tocaiad Ml eulildi Ills *. Complataly nimhhadto bathi.. 121.toe. N. W. 13r Ct.Mutlful .
Apartment or Ionian in Wettwood lifeloa. oIls and ether elude Ironon lend OH lot M 705.1051LOCATID city llmlta of Oalneevlll A II... NW aocllon I ... I .boWs, at F. D. OLIVER
Walk, to Khooli All city aervko U-acra ranch Mar HighIprlngl .V OWNIR vary comfortable piece, bug scoot porch, central wlHl evitral AC ( AltO Loll. N. W.PAKADI 23,4Ct OPPIRINO
to Rent? ... at N.W. nth Drlva end N.Wllth All fenced H.. good 5,0,05 SCrOll 524005 ism Wilds 155515005.1p.15 bMIIM, air conditioning; and double moat. low 'hum nka faaturaa andturnlMikig Individual Itytoi Par Vw
House wall and Is,.. on Ul 17. Prlcadto J,. High. Mey ba mad M duple oftM I rl Too many
Piece. Call 212.0345 dally or carport era kill S few
5100.15 110005 .......... NOT .
I74-M4I nlghti. Mil ., $22,050OlsoN er .. family homo, I LRUf Oss 51107 5.5.11.Ills m.., oxtr* featurM hi IM to DO OP HOMI MODfL. Wall plinned. living. ...
D. Howard, 11..1... X .1"o. 14X if, bath wlllovely .; feoturei weft M fireplace, exceptional homo that make. It aRIAL SIll "lOll 1105 500 altsqd Sill _lilY and ....Ity. .... axcct S Ouellly materiel 4 workmenahlp -
REMEMBER IN HIW..U' I 55. CC' 405. Orody Plnonco' Ca Ofllc* llroolecea. 4 IR. I bath!, control Mat, fenced. corntr Mnd IUY ., IllS RIDUCIDPRICI ,.. pysolloIl. Incl. "' ... $5551 ton ..''u..
Sot Hie by s001. MOM ceih orU P. O. Sos 70t I kill, Irg Kreene perch n.m los cot far*.* Convmlwrtl : of 115000. MOO worth al ....' now fuItur ,.. t. 5. ZITSOUISPR a) A community ron, would bt
900 on tormi of I5M down w- High $711105. 1old.. ill *window TV onlenne. WW 10.,50110115. aol .55,110. con- kid ..._ dryar, WC 0.3115 proud to llva l to
A remai vacancy _150 monthly 1721141 carpeting. drepea, ...,'.In., VslW $Prlc*. II tou HIM 13Vo 411,0.11,1 I .....,. boss lO lfl'S down to waiir ...... *nd char Drive Wool... N W Jtth

sloe DOWN. I IR, CCI .Mma by AT LAst- flan Mlndt, ...... I all heeteriwith I UXUP.IOUI bMrooim Sod ItrMllviM 151' w.1I 1.0150.151 III lu"I' coal I brollar Mr 11000. I40N won. AOL peal tM Olen IpriM kvtorMctlon
COSTS YOU MORE ... tonka, gai Meter* MuM Moaen ''' 101155 11001 Glw..01115. 140TAXISI a* aqulty lor tJOOO and aiauma ton
owner near .1. IwO Jr. HighIchooli. (IV DIMAND room MUM IDK. "In mt II tIlls' ..30515I. New Brick Hornet IM llgn an
101. is 11I.1Ot.
to ba appreciated, Price ISIs Tlrml available!
lanced backyard.Nl 1321 I 51100. toodly ....... 5lSsmll5 PR 1._
lllh Ave.. 17M031 Hugh Idwerdb Inc. hm returned than III.000. Pot appt Mil 115,0000 11,015 CopoIlls: S NIn. you .511 372.47* InSfaphan
than the ad that .. Normweat Ouneiville M,.. I..... winter 4(4-1571 all- $5150513. 51.1,15 1 III 0 soloS HW 4 bedroom I both elder I itoryLOVILV -
or I P.M.. all day tehirdayFLORIDA 5,15 004 ,5555115b17. p11550 II Iloolli ,Ig N' OsIn.ollla' .ONLV INVESTMENTPotantlal FeilarH.ihti
WITH
USGS HOM' 111I NW 10TH 0"
$10,001 wIltI $1,205 DOWH. "
...:will rent It I Pic. rod...... P14* IlIsocod All brick front PARK) I $ ".7,200.HOUII.. available with c..or losOSoo.5b.ffiS
.. S Real plaiter welll I bedroom I bain m._ 144 badraMna, ,111.1. kltctfon
financing
PHA tor bMI
ITTLIWOOD ARIA 4 55. I Terrene floori HUD ROOM Than Ha thli 4 IR, MW available I financing feweil down pay. 5', Mm losS eutilde' of the' City .builMiil "",1_'. can. 505$. VA ... MODELS
; tfere'i what Pormlca caMnatltedded I bath horn* wllh ever 2201 114 Limit Centre Mat I. r 4 N. W. atn ItraalJ7133tl down PHA tram tm
gftcreened paymant
you lATHa, 20H W. II. Central haat, lewm Pt. loautltul londoe...... I. I mooll 500 Jn5.IIAV .ymoo'
built'M kitchen nawly dacontodIn 147 S Oil' In loll.* neighbor. $. ItiOM tar economy honeb In pall with aunkantlihpool 0.005-Il doling coata,
sod out Frlca, rodu.... tar Air ..ndlIl.wInl .. and half acre beeulltullylendKlped
: COSTS hood Oil 172 ftsi
vacancy quick Slit CHI 17>.1WJ. Kit NW $11,350 515,375I now la IM. lOt Lilt THAN |laMO. > Glodys Smith R.all' C.pital lulMan, IRC Now Open !
lllh Av.. mo o ....,.... 5100115, DUPLEX Jowl 1211 W. Unlv..lty Aol.Tb. NW in* Plata 4 AilS ItraotOP
YOU EVERY DAY I > DAILY
NW Ulh II. I IK homa In Ido.1 1oc.'Ion. I ... I 05W 5500 IN MOUJR
watt Park UM down *nd 172 $100 CASH VA lIds. OIIOU5S "'rnl"'.... Plood KIRKPATRICK John Merrill Call ITMMI or 171171&p Northwest

until it is rented: par ,io. ar will rant iso It! parma PROW rqht. mown by Appt Call J7NO ). R..llor

Fhona PR 1-MM $750 CASH FHA. II N. 3.511 $1. 011105 05 15400ASSOCIAT55O Realtor
CITY
MANY Nirl FIATUR$. I 015. TAXES
:IF RENT YOUR LOSSIS I battii, CCI homa. air Condillonlng $..'. at "' ....1 homa avtry 0. took Inild, mil tovely I IR. Ploys. M.'I._ 51,05 5001111CopS. Mulll,.. Lilting .. Estates
... Phooe PR 11400M.to.ll.
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bookcaioi, flraplaco and day 1-1 am I bath borne end you.II went It. A. W. 5305, UI" (
1 : PER DAY ISI: work ,.'. Idaally altuatad" In W 05,00,Iso building an ....11..1 Hugo LI with MOM. II.., I II .. Lsvls ElokIsod Ills 0,1111. AiioclatMt KetltyDevelopment

NW _Ion. I block tram J. J. toll In Waitntorland. Modem .,... kitchen., Cant heat. till NW Mm It I IK ham to W. H. SucSlsnosITRADITIONAL. Pardt Cu...." buIlt kamrt to-
Pinlay achool *.i nut NW 1111Pl.Csll Corner tot IM > 14*. REA power. wait Pirn dawn and Ml I Vsbath.
5305 P w.n I IK Cc.UINW <
M per. me. .. II.n por day : 174-1774 for appt with HUGH lie et MW! NW mtt Ava. Reed Phono PP. J-0250 otrk a
par mo. Mk flo.ro *.
OW_. now paved. C. .
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Id par. me. .. 11.M par day EDWARDS cantr.1 h..t. lull rich .nme. iMiramFour BMiillfvlhAll w..... ....
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nalhar baautllul III.
Myrlck original II 4 btdraomon
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wwd-aj lot 1J1*
cwiilructlon .
under In Wlmbarly FREDARNOLD l I.ro tot in S
IN ear ma. .. II.N par day ........ Add your decorator*! INC. UNIVERSITY DnlrMM "n''., irM NW. 14fk PI $14000 latha. 111 NW J7tkllvd. City c..sv.l.sCI5N.

1.0.11 1511110' Or Pot _"' '.bl. and Ivllt 1964. Sm.ll
500 11M ,. $20 ,., u.y your color, ,1r'5 now Call 1927 NW 39TH DR. REALTY Conloot' _n 11o115 $SOO .
Dmrn P.,... .. ',Ic.. fw I
montk.Tak.
Lloyd Myrlck bulldar I72.I4K 376-7971 Call M.. Carolina Noyaitn .
014 S.I..
let par m* per day Quick
OCAlA btock. I IR, I ...,... Ira. 111. H. 3.51 $1. PS 17t-GJ1 an tititoa k eauva
171 par. me. ., 12 H par day 1111.155511 ..II...., 5000150" 000 W. 1\1I Mun,... ...110' Clodyi Smith. R.altor Tw. Ckoic. LM Itntly toeatad II IM tart
Ins S IsmAy 'Otto w,1W 5100 M :5501 N. I, McLocp1lllor "' REALTORFAMILY \1221 W, Unlvanlty Ava your choica *f eva, rrontinf m Utk 5'.... MOO al ..W.lftftllroor. .
..1're.. tancod-ln back oby, Roy McCann T, C. Doua
VI par me. .. It.*. per deyM built In lIdI... 176-_ *r yard 44*. .. J,. > 90 ka.Ut, ul brickKinajbarry ..4 UrJ A..".. Look- tot Nooks (am* N.*. lOIN

14U.IAR. komM litf for ....rt..... laNonf *.. AWN*.
par m*. 12.3. per d.ylp.rns..l253psrd.v IPLIT' LIVIL
HAWTHORNI ROAO 4 IR J. J. Plnley area, beautiful HOME NEW look .r tissuE lisa I
I R. I bath. CCI homa w.hardwood PARRISHPRESENTS omtortabla.. uncluttarod living "".... that would, b. fwd STUBBSInc.
S rloon. MM equity. paymanti ColnVery| MoeTer''Vaeltor.'pP.MASON will ba your, In Hill. apaclooa I MODELS $9,000 to $30,000 lHVMtm.nt ,......, In.cludad WALTER
.. m par. ma ..11I per day 141 mo. 17HM7 attar-1 P MPERNWOOD ."71. 554100111 2 15W 1101011 In $00150 ,
wail Melton Coty P4,105001W room
t .l0flrd.yts MANORbadroom MANOR flraolaca. laparato" d I ISA. 1k... and many ...,. ..r.K.ilabla .
$SSpsrP's. ...... Now 0,..
I I bath living! rm, IR Central Mat. wall to wall room, I.... kltchm with built Inovan .. 1- .. .
I
} dining rm, bulll In even 4 range ATTRACTIVI 4.badroom, t ...'" dlihwaihar und dlipoMl Daily 10-6
par m.. tin par diy In kitchen corport. utility ..... pa- carpeting HOT, PR.44471.INVtIT Cell .Mary MotHs R* homa. cantral 5o.ll.. and air rang...,...... I car garagaCantral Viii... Craa No Money Downon JACK DI YOT.Ra.irtar.01 Phone 376.5394 I II
\ II. wi'". "u..1 barbaqu and conditioning. Oood como toe*. tIllS and alMondltUnlna ...k.. "

.CALL 378.1411 garden paymant. .....,*'monthly condition payment Lowdown IN OAINISVILLII (Ion lOst How.. HIM Icnool.LAP.OI tune C0IA sod -.ort your lot 121 NW. I3tk5lr.tt "We trede hcuie."

115 Fred Melon. Phon: FR, S ... I "both C... 510,1* fllN alytoai Idol and lION.I 172-2511 I
FAMILY lull Mia homa 4 4 BEDROOMS 500,5.,,..
JO PLACE YOUR 524 t 5, fa 1.3155.GULP W Ulh AvO. I "
: bodrooim I bathi, family room, I bathi contra ....,. *II .4 ""Ity- :
HAMMOCK I IR I bath Child,... playroom. "_... kl ...*.. and idawilKi. Rang a. All city eanvamancaa and ssw.ION. M.ntkly paymanH
SUN RENTAL frame, vk A. Pert cyproil panel.Ing MARYMOELLER IIvl,. room, btautlfully landicap.ad IlISn sold dnpary roda. PancM little! as
Coed hunting 90110,51s125S yard.IXCILLINT. back yard P.y II100 down and wutrWty iMdMapad.alnaavllla as
payment. R H..lIlOAII H. tiM 51 par month Ilk. 1111?. Naualltylng .. ... !
.
WANT ADS IUV DIRICT PROM IUILDIR.prlc 110",,".." Ioc.".... naadad .-. 5155.low '...... Iso $56.00 COMPARE
ttita t badraom,
Maoolng porch
reduced, M 001250100105.SN. I homo North OIl Ml. lira .!root toN Svral new koma matyfor
prlcad to loll with low
I bethi. kitcMn equipped, REALTOR paymanl and Immadlat down. YOUNG FAMILYiparklln. I. Nn Avanu Turn Immaa'iat xcuoancy.
PHIl or VA. 1101 Nt loll Tor accupan.room elaan I badraom homo 'lth' THESE HOME VALUES
H... I Sal
11 M..II. .. .
c".LACIC
375.5175. buck ram Khool ..... Largatoncad .
Scull Idwerdi loS an* T..... ..... tn-nn
NORTHWEST NAY DIRICT PROM IUILDIRM 101' W.PR Unlvenlly 44471 Av* IoC" 'FrIdIllonsI 1 0.0.'isv' lobs?. 101 Fruit c.m1101.,1 and atnar 001015 traal lIoN*> THE JAMES CO. BEFORE YOU BUY

aale* _"" ..1.... Pareda atHemea Member Mulllpto Lilting I "h No's wIW llol,.. II. M.Phono .
;TRAILER, SALES tot III,500. FHA torml 501 901 W.ld.
model TM 501051555 .... .... Mparata dining roam I..... .. .. "
I7B Wild Hood N I. home with excellent financing I. W. Moellar PMter Keller Ill roam .iI"'In flraplaca tovolyntodarn 1722527Ivamngt SAVE = ;;=
** F"m L*"* 744 MTfEDERAL nil N nth Avenue. Hugh Cherll Mey ....... OrantHelen .. NilcI,..,. Contra 172-6441 ,
'. ft.V Inc, 375.5170 I IllyeetWILL haat.N1XPINIIVI. NOCIrYTAXn iP- _IIUWmI1lllNtIlHl..mnrllllllllllll!
QUALITY I.1 A.. .050.0 lat. I 5.425001* lulldan. tt conitructton and will ba nadytor
HOMES INC. URNIIHID I IR, Florida room, Mil too .tou then apermedvalue f bodraom ....... S "h" 555 II..... Coltish Kln HamM. 'TIll 051om115 115 "lIlY for
k.rry
tot .( aoonl
em N w urn II. oaiiwevin' Ocale ItoM Mm on tovoly and silly ut down I IR Jngood ajidlllon '...1. I Iy 01.4. 01000051W. C_ ISschool. .00507). occupancy
PN1.3113W._ $ Johnion, M.,. near Unlverilty Owner an pram.R CCIexcellent hcelton meny ;: .. 11 111.0,111 to 001,5.117.' I
1005 .IIOdS7 5,510 II A M. to IP.M. ._... 10 551.305. CoIl Will 1310 NW. HlhAv .
1744147 *
extra featurH call ndIM
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e MOM you buy me u. tor top 1031 NW 701 'Old. AsSin5Dlcs NIW LIITINd Almost I .... lor _1..1. 1300 NW UsIs PI.
al HI] Nl Mb Terrace. now 4 IR, Ill bathi. Him ....
ki .
**llty Mobil Appro* $12.1. Call 700.050 slIsi'I ... >.
roam 1 "bath canlrally .,... 015.0 OsWs.55150I,01177
l Imotely> w III 15 W unit, :: *from IIIMngih P M.. 0,15000. SoY d.,. I 55. 1 ..."" co,..... io'IIy and alr.....' Mm an IIM HJf p.rms.srOOSOn.aod me. pop ......"'.
I from* MUM tor SOlO anManookoo 15025. buill In 5110110. coot. largo 101 t M* tot hi Wlmbarty ARNOLDREALTY
Rd, I'... mlln autihtoof 1155 A.c. "MOI sr's ........ .11I.1. kitchon wilt*. 4120.4121 NW. IllS
I.iIuOw 3.5,13.1.. HIlIe..I, WI'" city llmlta" Phone I74-W4I 00.. III 4115" I' 1411. T... D,. TISH.W.hSt,

: ... 05,53._. IA.GAINI I sATN.s CCi Sod ....._. 05 32050. UNIVIRIITV AC.... Now _t. I COMPANY Member'Hit i 05 i bathe, nn n.. 174 I IR., t bath MM dn. .. (I1T
\ altfa rMtrlctad 1 wbdlvlalon Multlpl. Llitlne
a *cr
Advance per me ,
h..I.7OOIIO'.I3 500. RIPWINTIO mild Sod out I ..... ProM ilraan. Imlda' ton w. Unlv. Avenue B1-J5J2 ShowingTHIS ,., 101111500
;il to II'. Mobil. H.M'SERVICE IVtM
yean _.. ...
Drive AVI
...- .. _404 NW tut elf :Km R CCI 11 lot earnora KJ50. ovnMa city A..I....' Jena ClMwall 41".4U7H.W.I9t1lD
1200 equity 141 per month mcltoMM llmlto Ihua NO CITY TAXI I Jim Iheoperd lob KalkmanP ,. _
? BLACK Ini. and lower .aeeeemntllaa W. Hodge Jimmy *......
HAS BUILT C. ELI I IR.t bath, 1310 On.. IMN
NW llth It Walter 11053.BEST WEEK
: OUR BUSINESS" Clot > badraaml, ff .. M.M.PARRISH m..
"' IIOOO down Incl cloilog coal *nddrapali I IR. i bath, Itudy doublo cat :: Norwood
1131 man. Iwo. Is... 4 port fern room, 0.10.10 kitchen. BUY _.""""'_ ''''''"_
:BAIRD MOBILE Inturanc Rldoway Canitrvclton. cent Mat, Men A-C 11..501- 161' 510511.17 515.5011 THE MONTEREY SHOWN IV ADVANCeAPPOINTMINT
171-4494 5, I74-M41 115 dn, Ht me. 412 II lOIS 1.1 battt OSLO Hope
HOMES Tor lud Roblnion. PR ..If... 1... dimng ream JJ7 I. Unrv. Av*.

JOcel HIGHLAND COURT MANOR till ZsIi.s balhi 1 cer 00'..... C II, AIJOCIATIJ. INC. Iwo pareMlId 4 Bedroom and 2 bathsof Larg, cemtortoM home tora
Nl llth Dr 4 IR, I bathf. kit 1104 NW Mtn Tar us down toqualified H. Want Hill Haian erahamlarolyn I IM tot large family 4 IR, 4 "H" Inc.
h..21" ::121! JcI,7R1544I: equipped, central Met 1500 down buyer with PHA finer* Poolay Mary Parrlih Mil N W. IHi Itreat bathi up living roam family
Hal par mo toxea and Ina.Incl II N I Plril Itraat Tai tn-an Colonial design
21 tailor
gel
log par me. pay Call 17JUT1EARLY "
youwon't l500. psVlor. link's ";
'. Call PR 1-1544 PR t1541.NICI *
Zli LOTS FOR SALI or doting: COO,. Call 171-..., tor dinette otreonod porch IR, We Trade Homes

MV 0555. I .......... In Ho",. -'''" LASSITERREALTY GlolfIls 501111 R.all' ba able to resist! :, -.r. eathi down, completely or Property
11: ,.1 u. .bou' b33uIiluI bulid1i5WI. ..., _lion. Is _. pysosot. 1221 W. Unlvonlly Av. conditioned all
also toll loned lot Apia. P.yln.rls Ilk. ,sot. 00 3752421115h15 McKINNEY .bum M epauenceowonderfulbuihtMl
MARY MOELLER.it 0.14 .50,145 PR 1.5510.I. (IC..... N.I. Itif Avanu. sod 12tfc Str...) scgstIluvIb lot

REALTOR GREEN AMERICAN II..... p.10 ..::=:: ALL OUR HOMII ASS

'< WltW Unlvonltv Av*. COWS I'1 501.101. 10.05"... DEATON FIREPLACE HOME ;1OfK r homes priced from aroaorty Let eepraxlmately OPIN POP YOU TO ....

PR 4-4471 =,.OC= Ills 1110, : :1AIICII. \' psy ILIN IPRINOI ARIA Lrg All brick ....,... ralaadfamily 130' I 15fphonoMnvorMtlen JOY IIIINg ANVTIMI IP

.. 0... 4 two acr* tote wooded or .. ...lIy 4.3015155 RIALTORI 4 Itdroem I both horn on lor** Noon, .,opI.o p5111150, $7914.P.r neceaMry flrot YOU WILL JUST CALL.
CRIIK5IDI double lot "built. Month
cvared mceltonf N W. locationPOROTCI 376.2..8 pox roam In III.Ill.
'. 4 AISOCIATM. INC. PRICED RIGHT 2M I '''. Leroe IR with tiroplace .. wllh b.....'... NIP \ 04.0dl.. mil o... oil .nll1
RIALTOR Cl HOMt I IK. I "bath ThrM bedroom!. Helping pgrchroom taoareto ,Inl.. room 4Plarldl 150151117 lIwOSosp.d controt .,
174 w. Unlv' 174-1214 kit, LR 4 OR comb Olauadto llvlw5' ........ $5 551515 01110. 'so.,. Double carport. ....11.. 4 air cond Honing I PS 6-1301 or PS 0.1551of
parch 4 hill ....... Ill S III kitchen, I bathi. Homaomeletoly I b e a I I.w I ground Indue ...., do.d-n4 atraat. Chain! HIGHLANDCOURT ; .. ,
WOODED LOT wall tondicaaad tot > Irrogpump furnlehod. llectrta rotrlgoretor ORftNHOUSI, 2* X M tWIWMIN9 H W. ..... e>callant lOoms ,5.11. '
"' IW. X ,,,. Hawthorne Rd. 151 4 wall Many antraa aluanlc and aok itov* ilnglegerada POOL. CCI RecrMllonfMUM ...11.11I.. :i ; M...... H... .,,1.......
: down, M* mo. 17e45lri ..I.hbo_ Mar achoola larg front porch Lot with lar-lOu pit New MANOR
i 'HUI ASS ...1. and ihapglng .....,. laa II 1J14 lOGY'" Price Him 170* down PHA financing reoulne *nlyTotal c.-005 AtMchtlm I .f Calnwld
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00.113. loIs 55311.01' I. ch..1l1y ... Ith S,. 4 call R. I. latavawnar ........1. 5410,1 will ,.... bock 12201 Do's p24. '1001.. _... "AIIII1C1101ll1
17MJ14 altar I P. M .... .,Ie. only 125,105. thown ron.
i* A,_ Thaw loll In Sits I mortgage tor balance ,. .. 4 0,
IIO,1IS5.jwss rang.... sos _...y. or .yllmo 505043015. par cent ..._,. payable 1104 H by appointment ONLY Call 37.. KIRKPATKICK ft PIIRSON SLDX1

........ 1,0,0 8200 IS $5500. C."'. OUTIIDIecroenod city CCI, par. M*. (I* VIOl Prepayment 1121If ('
0? C.II martgage without" penalty within : PHONE 372.3475
53255 50. oslisblL W'1e In IE s'sH. lar. POR I YOU IUV OR IUILD :
.., "OW"'. S7H3JI. welkin dlitence of KMal ondliptown
5.5 pit 18* NawI It ... .
ewe to to tot
LAlial .. tooutlMI tote hi NW.Helton berry Rd II aevlltoe' Huroory. sIS.... Call FR -..". you anew you mil logs I IR I lombom 1727070MCCOY'S ( OHIca Nl 23ra] llva! *n4

toceted edlecent M ally Coma out ar celt 31.HII. with IM* at ft. of living Sooner lateryou'll

limit with, paved itreett. _or. IV OWNIR' 4 IK I both wllh 3.J. FINUY area 'Jt: Jlli car garage. or
city water AIM targe tort availetna 51 Ir tool.. soIls. pool club mem Just tn toMlhom I for torga built M LIKI NIWInlrenca 'Ti21
on weld Read lost I ",,II.. benhlp" 'In Highland Court Manor 1 50,1111 .11. 050l hI, 55 SW ....., large LR *M> 2'
north of 'pso'ry. Down paymentMecam ply Nl llth t..,. PR 3 4 sO. 1 bam. Pie' rm. Central reto DR, Pemltf roam wmPlrapleco .
1s0701 ....... MM Mel. IdMlly located within' Ibtocka I"g modern knrhen want Butler
sod .rr. a
of mo Khool PaveditrMte with built-in itove. *ven dim.weihr
Homea In* A I SN A I lit leoutlhil ehao>d tot- dllpoial C. NTRAL. MACOMAHOMES
CllfV. 9. McCoy: lt-7M. "' ,. from O'villa. Imall 4.0,5 Thla properly b to excellent con hAT I AIP.CONDITIONINO
paymont. kalanc Ilk. .rant (alPR dllton Priced ender II7.. .. JUly RCOUCIO to LION 0.lnssfliss.wd .* ) moat
., RAILROADSIDING 4-4501 I AM I PW.IRN Can b. PHA ,..._... with tow THAN HI 000. load tormlRIA30NAILI INC. lu urioul parlinan kulldiaf . Bros. home. Why
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LOT Pu : OR, UNPURN CCI hot.M ;;; I down payment Let Ul ehowyou O'PIR CONIIDIRID. -
lit ..... 500,0.054. ... Ml II... property b555r5 Call I74-IUI. LAKESHORE
S4AVI Iotgs o.nn.r5I55 tot wilt Mo Nl lOW Drive *r call you buy Call PR, 10017.ASSOCIATES. I THE 'JEFFERSON"Charmingly
rOIAtAI .1eI1.... Will .150' .SoIlS 171.711, alter I N P M 1451 DOWN 4 bM per month Including
lilt to auN tenant. Gins ..II.... 1 taxM 4 Iniurenc I I TOWERS not !
t now
tory 10055. PS 1.0437. MUST tiLL 514.10 CocoSMl. J. Prod Guy JayM luttorwarHiCat. IR I lath NORTHWIIT loca colon al .....ldO,
,..... near ,
Torran
4 55 Ill "'II, $20000 owningwlndowa thla. ham* I* flllad with conparory -
W. Oavla H .
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I IV OWNIR baaulllul apactou* lot.IM back ,5tt Imliant lop eIIl.... WlltwilraMultlpl *K. Tetel prk IIVaM 15015011$ tor .,.*..... 5051505
X IM lake *,IYII_ K or ..... Cone.... palla ... rr 1151105S Mull RualHy PHA.IP Uvlna. Nolle II'. ..00.tpoS.t.d NOW LEASING
beating and timing MC 51$. 'W S 111 tot l.lraa wall AC IR ivt bathi, bum M kltcnan, .
lrd ,.... I7M1Mt atova, ratrlf. cant Mat, h> utl canlr*! Mot air coMlllanad, oa in RIAL MT.TI. CALL bltchan work, era withlaundry
Ity rm,. awlmmlng .... prlv toaaa, ,...... HOC tot II Ma _Iy. to.NbTlth .. handy to ma and aarvk pantryatoraga an.tranc ALL CITY SERVICES

j It W......... Pmpoy W7I7 ma. Paymanti *..1_ ovrylhtog 'H" Omo wSSSf. Sill 378-1521 .. Tnar ara IKraa 5.0.5S000
It PIMM
SOs .. HIM an Imangaga. '. _
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I IUMMIR: HOMt .00'. tiOO tor aqultv. with pluS. autltaitdlng two full ctoaattocilitiaa ntodbami FERN WOOD MANOR
= ''" On CIIIISNw.s. Ills
H'
At -mourn at luwenM River.t =: 57)7554 FORDYCEFeatures : la- ::: ':= and -..* droning
t, *.. t ... .CCI _..... w'l" mill. i"loV. : I'" .000550.10.53100.0S
ly fumliMd ..... 11...._ A*. YOU ASKED "'. *_ ... .. ......01 ..... -.. willi
COM to Mil 4 troth welor Nahlng I. ... ooaratadlnlng roam pluaTM S 12,250 UP
-.5.lloo.'S ,.......... Wym"I FOR IT 000117 5.511 OlIN a 51,0150151l
.T..oo.i.. 011.05 fa 3131' 0505 50.01100 cksooy --

I 041.015.OUCS $65 MO. "L" Outs at IM MM $400 DOWN FHA
.. .... PRESTIGEOFFICE ..
or .14100NnoInS 0155 III 11150101 two 1St
,.... 1100. Olin 1550 2&3 BEDROOMS OPEN HOUSE '... loll 0507 ....S WIll NOTHING DOWN VA
51511.01150.55 .4W 00dI .... 0.0 TIlls 1 'br I bath h-uaval. ham haapanallnl SIMS S 00535.4" p4309. IsII Coit
wall ....... Many ..,.... O ftL" to lha llvto .., $100 Cloiiiif
..... ,.. u... 0 ttaragaa 4 Cargartt roam and
tarn rm. bullt-M vn 4 PI.
NW I7W
ranaa. 4*>1
Plairarad
walliParmka
_", c.. S cant Mat and fear carart. Vo BUILDING $ir16

'WINIFRED. H. CRAWFORD bulll-ln bltchonaTarran cablnah can_aM'Yo Wl5Noo'sfro'Nov." II M tall H N w P.M.11 Th. Chorminfl FROM /J FER MONTH

PM.ikl Iralar PROMRTIEIARI, aoacaiuma in. S. lath vanltM* lIMIt Av. ....i....I. *., .... IS'" RANCHO GRANDE 55iJXURY FEATURIS INCLULII.S .

A.I I mlto 1 N*. al Malroak All city vtllttM Por IM JUIT. RIANT won *.oi.. ..... *... WALK TO SCHOOLS
yaun. mcutlv ISIS 4 1--.1-- Racrtrao 5.
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Jwimm.ng r *4Adr a
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0553'SI. IMMalka I ban Mm win 'lro soil ,_ ClMK. Nrcarpoflnf -
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0550
...,.. _. imollo 110155 11550 *. Hum C'*uncPHONE Canrral Ha.1Cantral
'0' HI Canal tot* II X I. 5.I4 A o.rw 5.51153 .tiM. eN .itiM04. 515 5011 -.
I ranlake 551 co.Csss1. $11,250-$12,550 on OH by lire c caMnm tick ....Ii... .1.5.5 IgloO 51.10054 0505 10.Do' a Alp C. e Laundry M.lrtta 4 IR. Brick Front ColonidiIt. New fmiihinf.

Price 111)* IKOIUM maMMy hjrma CII ..,loto0 55.440 *sdop.s Stan*. Lockar e Carbog DoG. COIlS '
$
PilloW n MIM Aat about SOP _bOo Tot ,ordyc* It-It. Price $15,825 $625 Dew
Manay 5.50 OftI4.- 'RKLINa 1itI1I.... p.p.d.k..ssss.A..pl 4M NW in* PL e ttni tmtkntt ArM e Lghra t.a clk*

'l.Y C .... 550115.5 MO 54uyros. Is .. .'.j. ***utifuMyCALL I a P 11.0011,',
IS ..... >*. hI.sl05 l. $100 CASH VA Bila. I *r hama at opolo' $HIM 7UNNIN4 TO WILD"Lr
Oak anut Roan Isodso.p.d _... sod
pan* w 40
15511.0' Plo', PROM -_. Only ban aawa wsrr .. 5. somIH0'i .'sN. M giv.; you on **Hmot. I 376.4456 DIRECTIONSi Drhe West .* 6th Are. Turn

1oC.... OIl .... .. $395 CASH FHA ... ". CII'_ "Oo on contracting your Left .. ISth St. or 39th Terrece.
PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
FOR
: : = I 10505 CustOm ........
HUGH FORDYCE FR 8-2411 CallCroldorV.O. McCoy *24 Hess rnt*)
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Butler BrothersBUILDERS
S AIIOCIA" Day FR 6-7290 I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY
'NC.
a.. .._ ,to. 5.5510. -.. EDWARDS ST. U.t 441
7.14. OlooWolli 11557). 5505 ... .StIll P514.10, 5.011. or FR 2-5940 NrFRe-50l5or [ 306LW.13b HWT.

... per. ISIS N' IllS It. INC. SILL .nATI. CONSUUA". ?$ 6-6J02
DkI 55 _.. I
| OWNIR N ,". I bam 550.0 In 2909N1 ISdoS'. 53501 S.oI0IS HIIW' ANYTIME OHtoa Lcotod at Butler Bros. BUILDERS DAILY 172-TJ4J NI6HT 17.t04l
NW __ tor ISIS *r 15.05.Polo's o C. Goy Duotoy *.s.4.. N. "... Itraat and 004 IN* I I
PS 1.1550 376.7971 PM 51. $010. 5741)05 I



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111 IOU.. 1ft M.mo1. lpdog.sCM. THIS II N'CI' EZ1ThINTISUjI3 If J Jl I tt MI... Fw fete __' _1 fOR THE ,:ORREfT
*1W ....* sod $11 pr Ond 15dm... !" NoW'TI 1101 11114 Ie .
Call Oc.1e 0tI1oct Ifl.illI. td. Avolloolt tvorythlnf Nov. fwiOv. 10151. 0020 "w tlh II. C"I II. WHO ... T r OICM loCK! ......1 CHRIITMAI"" TIME
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) 11.1 I. A C. AVAILAILj 0054 IIlif 0051.. SIll 1117 Mliii IT allIs lot Iho' ",
..HI. foncod lioN ivd. poll eL..N ..tr. I. .. 0 __ Down_ if OW.P. PR tun.CONCRIT1 00555'OCII1I55AlI imi '50 VOLVO FR 2.1411 BARKLEY
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CIII 3711-5161. N. Oil In', 005.1511.DUPLIX mna.IICURITV I 00500. 50111. .... 1"1e *..
lUILDINO T. S5s. 010'.. 1050 Is! ... USID TV'.W.IT. .. VomiwogM, Ckdmjlit
1 55. lIUiij _. -0.4 mIll ... .1 C'LCUlUO bolO Wtor ,Ito IN.
II KM lirt* Wintri 'fIe"",," ihowor s&'BrsttjKrss 55015151 FOR MIII II. .. 1dk ACM.Ii.
writ w moy Con
tnt M km lino. iVmiJ7M170 Honok lip ho...
WONTED luG,.. .. mort 1ft tor, otfettwM ..ne.... Junior ..It. PlborllM tyPllI'. plllton I f. "UN 1 III.
INS Ocalu.4.lCumllls ._ Pm.is _let iIllb4bIs CIII ON 5.455 NOSe ... in 4 tit. Rckr 4 wood loll or
5old 1,11.5 .-h Se _. LA.G.td' uo.nMii4i _10R 11411. coil '1t1. UM Nl II Tor 71 Mu.l..l.lI ... Illvor wim nd MOTORSThe
...1" 0,111 0_ ...1. liii tit SW :' MOM, soN Mr
T..lc.... Molboumi Pit I_____Pboni'F 6.mO 54 llUIHMt Rmtllt SINGER I FLAT clorln.lt r <
I PM M good Coll I

GOOD BUY 46 USfss,0.h.d A.... W"'L 00.._II lot ronl."' SLANT-NEEDLE 466.3237 .,,CALL MOO Irt-DM CON.: I .RIPAIP.I

.1W1 lIE lonod *.P Ia. DAN BYRD Nothing to .buy .e Ill-ioo. ...*.. W. SOY AND IIlL $ AT III NW I 1,11,1" UM enlltT salts deportment f.Ushort 10*
11,0111. wportu.,. for I SKI NW .Nod *.... AI 72710T 176-8268 5l41. .......f. dIlSI 1110111 .... C...._ I PRICH by ,
.umlCi NooNu ISomU ="\1 dIllom Is Cwopc., 0od. FOR lAOS 0001 Ii .P50 0,104 Ml. 10.01. 10011, p.5 lost _... *51,11111Complete
monf lor kutlnoM "prooorty mUnM. *, 1 dlloblg ... bIN ITORI 4 WARIHOUII.VVVB *ncf M. DERo.\ MUSIC SOUTHUN cars last week. Mr. 0PSP is bock from!
tond. IIUO. AM
Aol H mtonotool ClllNorwood I Sod Ilalv, mo. PS 0.1053. 5011(0 Sod 015 MonnIt 5.51*. NATIONAL I 05 N. OliN *
01. AUTO
VW M II. U*
Mom PH3CI. I 51 wilt sIsoIo.g A.cI k'' ,, SEWING "MACHINI co., INC. ,_ I. tonic .
M
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I _I....... Imot,5IaI. "'-.$. rnv .q II. m nugn IMIkolfl' lowing "Mochln., torv) HARMON *. his and h either!
cor buying trip
TWO CORNERS ilcctwy. Idwordo InduttrlM Contor lor III W. 0,111.105." mpiinor. .. I 7?. lId .... 411 N MO* tt, lays
BUSINESS LOTS 1-1..1. $45 N. 1155 ronMoto-trod. John MT" itoo* 71-1:111: Coll .MM enyt irtimJEZT t

104 nnod NW. RP IOn WIll Avonu*N.. M Mull 11 IB II. I 5.::-.be 3704107.Uni.: '_.hom LIAII, tr. ot Po+iot or pMVt.OR WROUGHT IRON IMrcll or poltotumlfuro. 'II'GHT"'Ulll""' irt-uof the cars go or the salesmen go. Th.:

IM lonod. SRI UNPURNIIHID | I Itportmontt ..... 10.009 w. p). Won wiling botow who* Mm 10.41.
Pt _
> ....... building. W lola" Avo. C..I.7I-11t1.
J. w Klrkpotrldi Agoncy, Jl NM.ln I bU ... _III. Prlc. Mot MM los. 050 I M.. M MrM far _,.. OIls. I 'II salesmen
want to their
PR MOMFARM. Call 3767466. K T.4e"Tlp"M:77S, ft. Omor. rool Mr...... SPINET ... P0'S. *05115 keep jobs sotthey're
COX WAREHOUSE
WIllIS a to id H"'. "I I. SIll I'
or without IMUM WlthlU Kmwllh TIRES C'NII' alowot 1Ied _4001.QI.l,. I.u.sal. 5 toil.PRK4JFOR OlIn it. 11--11- 101011..I.. taking any and all deals. For the:
mint ot Solnolvlllo. coll 37iCT lIOn. 1.1. ",otl.c. 4 IwUtn, OpMrtvxkiMMil ..
.1101 ..,. Ill 45900 ,
ALPA ROMIO"
I or writo' m NW Ttth "AVI INS bind ) ftoorlng or Ihooo
.L ItS! P000i $0405. SolloloocI 1 wIll Ills 1. .11011 Ills .ISIS _. SabllOlclIIf OSIDLI'0055155"MUSIC ...aI. c* d. S.. I Stockof bait cars, the best deals, the best prices, ,*

40 ...aI"... fr*,.rtll. 47 H._ fM lost ,..,. MUlODMl, law..IMH lie.. A TV lltoclmiont to "Ml ill vtuujiio" A... or. Clll I
,. I.OMI
Sod I 51041 11.501 "'lilt far v. lIly I* IMIOII
16 APTS. fOR SALE And CAMOSSLI mILLION 101111 MM. Ovlll. H...... AM. IM NIW AND its the number on. dealer in north een-
707 N I. lOthAVE. ._ N. ", .In. PR torn.IINGIR. T I .1
you
.$ WtnltJ
11..s1Ol-'NYTI. '
A. E. HARP FR 6.5576 I IR InuM, fwKM plonol: ::prlcod" :: .v

120 0. MobIl ill Nosy' II., 1000011pilSMgl 17"31 .. 17J.43JI y.rd m i CM. '. .round oqulppod 1 boMIn to .ill 10trieportobio. log.tr IKCIU.IVI" ooowr ..WU Po trot Florida, BARKLEY MOTORS, 220 :

tiom 101 wlHl Impo" I BR FRAME SHELLOIL .0.00901010 _"..I. 00501. SIll' .I.:1.T: 1965
404 1m............. 11j01. w"".11.15pvIooI DM ii inn ii fane, "1_ I poyntonti.I'M loa W Un''.. N. Main St.'I
ASh SSt or M (Ml. Ooorg Lot 171-50"
ARCH CAMPSEI.t, IEAI.T0RP1000,113753703 r R KIMhouM : towing Mochln C*. Phon t7.-
ANYTIMI" 6.Room a"d Balh 'lous31340W CO. 4>.lo.ALLITATI. PIANOI ml to* much "H""I
Oowilt crown for 62 Chevy 62 Foirlane
BUSINESS 10111 II. I ooo whool IrHlor ...*., prlcol, ... FORDSMy MH
LOT 441.1041 3 Wttki company paid, train .. Hitch ni P1150.5 Fl .1111. *, Ur, 4 *oor Md.. *. *dnor ........ rodUnd

ZONED (A-l, 131 loot frtnllnt M TWO S.dnsooo nktlv for ing In monagtmtnf, wiling I 376.5579 Boo ,55. 0.1t' .. |_ 5.5. 5101dM, S "" ., nontr, ID

NW.. IMi locutIOn. .In., ISiS 100 I.ot WocK. isICiIN. .101114.. lOS. ll opl.. CIIIN.* itrvlclng mtrchandliIng ONI NEW key'I .....*. M" Cok -WILL Irtnitor to 5..s a .1.i al.i i, itd'i. I '''' > Motor tronwb rool $1295
SIll Ill
NW 1"1 1
ZONED IAI Ann. I tent In UN Pimw PR l-Ni 0.0140.. evailablt to quallfltdptnom. moll bttyclo'. rod with WIllIs (hole* of tour iptaot H SuM 51011.5 ..,.1..... .lc..1$ "
14.05 .0 N.W. oI.I'? *01 FilcH Earn WIllIS, Solo.. tI7 51. PBont M ___ plonoi. Pick up si..dill in.ns. I
law .. lOll UC 11. P1, tun .... I BlO.OOIoI ...... .....1"1. 000 loam-txctlltnt you. llttor lolnol plont. tr_...... $1595turommt
llcul... c." 01. 01.. P11.011 3754105 5. 17" opportunity tov UM Wurlltnr I
3111.: to sobs tht ..nictitation MUST GO lound 4 tMtton

University Realty FULLY PURNIIHID 4 tR ...... bUI.II.... Conloc 'S MOTORS SHAWKEETER 64 Buick
by aunty POW m Hw.It TV Mr Htnry D Loaeh, FR 2. S'H1 .I 61 Chevy La...... Motion 51150. 4
Ill N. "Oslo' II. Ph. 111.m1 w.........rytr. L... .....1..... 5333, 5CflI. 1 PR o-nn Slot. toonot; MilntlonMt. Slot
W. "N. "' ...... loll,,.?. HU .... Ills. PR .- 04. 'L s'Ollf. lIds modol rooor h..... |*t Air .
IP you cm CullS' IIO.ON or moro .ix* CMIct tl llnlM' pioor Him.
42 F..mi 6V Acr.. PIUS FOREST I IR I bttln, fctoih., tot mo ihow you good ." RoomiPURNITURI Wolnut. 0555Mm.LIlIlit'S & $3750
| CMitrM. iln Cool.. 4 "hntlnt unpert Incomo proporty m..l moy bo Inv t APPLIANCES ....t .. $1295
kuiIMn provod to DUI TO PAWILr OIP'ICULTIII III I j. Pint .. I
100 terN both or I..... ",...10 titctim. Almtrnrw poy good kitoroM on s
_. IIIIt 1tIId. 5,10.1 '_ |tSO mo. )7.. minion, doliori. WrHt to Ion o* MUST LIT MV PURNITURIOO > t '
__A c-o '.,_11I. lun.VR TO IOMI" RfSPONIIIllPAMILV >
._ 11 ec1t ICCOS wIt), I I T
pr homo-M tcrao Men now V.A. 41 HMHI for lest U.f..... IUCCIUPUC IINCLAlR WHO II WILLING TIAVI < 64$ Olds 62 Comet
.. .,. "MV CRIOIT A AIIUMIPAVMINTI
Hoo J. tcrt froctt lotion far .. .. noClolrp I
ON THII IIAUTkPUL I door h._ "ofkwtkot ,
0-Ill sHIn I" 1510
MARY MOELLER, 0000 NilOMloKHOOO .".. to 5151 ...11-. CIII PR 0- OROUP. I 238 W. University ....., loIN' _I. ..... N.....
REALTOR 50111111.' 5 51, I bath CC$ mbIN 1".1.- ...... .to S I "THE pod Includlnf SIP gondl.
to" W. Unlvtrtlty' Avt.PR 10.1011 yelL 10 Iii s.c. PC. oott-bod. Wltol P II. Ml. I .., VtoMI 1151115. $1295
mnW lIp,. 371'SIl5. SI W....* ta IspWANrED notching., choir, I sod. .._ withmoictimg OF rhone FR tf-5371 :

Acrt form .11 In loMo .r... lilt 141 11db 11-1 U .Noclsc 111I cocktoil louo. woinui. TOts. .*.no"Man on* Hommond only H $3895
wIll 11 tcroi In tobocct tllmonl .$' 5110.. -of yanA. 1111 nIl, 50 USED OFFICE SAfE with "Mirgolilt ftp. I toll Sum ..... oil mokoi I
houM ..* .."' .. Colltr ill. 4.70. ".... CALL FR 6.8269.COIN' 07510! laloIpS wIll 1114Mm Rated
I '."' PP. HMO COli 1704451. WANIIO hodot fir ,1 limp I .kMutIM, pUbs' till rugi tI =T.o: :. T'.t1... 61 Chevy ,

PIN oem ot pormonont eoihinfoncod .. IN N W bILlION I IR. or*, A' .. tnt: tortlm, lllvtpWon "" fort TV & Stand II tht protoronei H Cers 62 Rambler OdOOT MdM II Vt
hi...., two roto dining' nti* lomlly mi. potto. Ichoolfc H_ tnd VXton, .door, 451.05.
Irontogo I (root OIl tn4. IllS ThanksgivingSpecials
Tho bodrttm tulip II Donikl Ion .
...... .
or __ ...rtl.II, turn Silly I Clew to tho*. conlor, fchooii.' Holt olloro.RIIIL 4 hoi "Mr. 4 "Mro. P. toMoni CO. '" .. $1195
dronor with
nm! *>wn ..>.. nofrmoPORDVCI Kltchon" oqulp.' tit NW inn *". STAMP" I COIN IHOPIW gimwr too WrHo or
tot Hlllng mirror. chott $159"5..1.
on choot
tntut. n.
A AISOCIATII INC Ernie Tortler "
W. Unlvtnltv *05WI 4 dM. bookciM bid with tlMMgponol ,
RIALTORM TWO IR, florid room, olr Condi.tlonod tor your clod' COIlS' Ptrtht I .
W Unlv. 171IJJ4Iff lull, girooo, 107.1,1.14.. Around luy UH4 PurnltvrtlLtM lId's ......... Won to S bowlltul Aton Music 62 Rambler

9 .. 11 ACIlIl *"...11.. Ibm.III N... Unlvorilty, Ron 10. Oil Odds 'II Old tMtMAOSOCK Mouoi Ptr ., woll...rod for pot If our* tlllw lAM. 01100,1 ; ; I
1110 "ie Wnf of cIty IIml" PR I If34 or Orlondt m-Hog IIIOTHIRI bod. Tht" dining ..... DM S tot 0..11... "" I 63 Old lIst, SIP Mndlltonlm. ,
of POOH roof Dry 550 .nor t P.M. Con bo won lundiy 111..5 .r "?."". iocfiut k.M lullS wim, sod I 11 fIlm 1.'IALU oTkkion 10' 62 Chevy T ..N" I dnor "dI'". oy.tomotlt "
wood .101 in ocrt wltn tormt. from II AM" M I PJV 14)1 poddod dIll... Tho" kltehon' II '0 ,

.4 (FOS5IY ill Died Roommt, RALPH. NW m RDM.IMALL .4 MtmthoU. Coofc oqot, wlttii M" ronop In glotncIng twin girt, pickup g moo.lultor old ,.:' : 515140 ........ .... ,. I .... I '', NS.l.C.010500051.0.PWl pnwor $1195

37o-ll Roolttr.. U W. UnlvAvo hirnlMwd' I IR homo In Will Irolitr tlnlin, with I lOll 4rollout _iTT b it IIn.n 150. CIII '" 5.11501'. 11dM.. ....... 01001 I k "' 1",. powor .......,
country Hlllng. Air" condlllomdhMt. SIPI0lSTOl. pluS ittroMdrowortl .......... 5010005115. IrostosiS'SIlO. I
Two .....IIM acm. .1..', A.", cormrti .... CIII PR I I 01015$ AdmlrM lrlg. witheroiHop 111 54111 WIlli blue lito $2595 '
frootor. G"'MI-
A.... for only 1)000. 1.00. 15 IIU.. PR o4il>. III KKl Ctn.. HIColl IsO. 4 tholvoo moot In dotri ktoportrlipor Ad, Noise 61 Renault
North tl NAMl"
Km.71, hIGh boiutlful Oolnonlllo wood for noorI N. w. ) M, I both 119000 irt-nn or vnmRIPOIIIISIO mlrol vprlgnt, frwior M ...... Dsopbleo.
only
_'., St. $1695
N .
I I IR I both
111500 turnlturo. III cond Orlg cut HIM Aioumtpmti
UMt wIlt !
form AIM 34
pern it III' por ..... "ALSO I IP furnlihod, M Country 17)00. bId, 01,1 1.1.1""i I SlOP loll. U wk with nt money down AUTOMOIILI 63 Chevy II $495

lSd,. troct tor II.000 .... ..'., MARY MOELLER .outsld tolls, IbIS lAmps, M prottnf ..1_ of SIlly NMI, l-dnor SoIls, luto.rxitit .
poor ModieU leluol 1. "ALSO .'" REALTOR pluo. 11.011 lit. dooM dmSle. HAd '7057WINTOIIZIO '62 IronomiHion, Culls'
ec... for t sIll of IMI "'..I. toll W. AvtMn CIoSl. _Cl.. bod. 10115005 $397 Mercury tod ho.,M>.
Unlvonlty In
polo through J. W. Klrlip.trl 'lliHO" lId 55. ,,,,''n... T... 50 090 our motor tuntmp 62 Volvo
Agmcy. II N. ", .1.. PR MOM monlo of IKN moniniy ttr ovorylMnf IfAWI..POWUS 11.1150 w.q.S. bill _, los $1795
IN "MCINTOsH .. "McOinM Art tor IM N. M.", M, ....
a boo... Pumlturt Co. Long-i turnlfurt In itorigt SALES Illodiog SI OalIdllIhSlll., 0111 '"I rtdNk (M 11ud$1495
20 Beautiful Acres Ulllllin Slim. UI mo. loqul. lit Oolnoivlllo tftopptni" Conlorcnoin VtIMIWl Wi' NlOcSIOlCIs" ? .... .
Pronll W.._ In Mcln_. Moln J>.
.
II MI. taoISt city About I ..... MUST SELL Wa5111115 1150110100. itorigt"NATIONAL h... ... tor "MO'
*....,..., ......1 ....., In.,.. 700 KM NW SIll It | IR homo In 151 511.1115 0.0,0. 5311 I end 111 Motor 'Corporation* I 2-CIII $1795 63 Chevy i
ft. hlgnwoy' Irontogo Only irm Wilt Pim, UM down ... inpor f.lII.. IS SaW, coltos ,..... .. Florlaa I
torvKO PKono OH _
sill Worthoui ImMH t-door hi.. .
ISo "quick Mlo mt, tr will rant tor HI pormo. nlOlo' .11I. 511 1 05115 *.
u oocn. vt-uit. 3622 SnI,0i MSloCK uMmitl IronimlMtonpwor .
Act new Phono PR 1-G2,.. BEACH BLVOJACKSONVILLE. 101 .. Mls.tlIIl 63 Buick

Anglo Rool 1".'". I IR homo In NW _,..... Ronl, PAIR l I. tIlls LAMPI U! IIT FLA. 000li. Doilof : .. iliorlng, poworkrMo. 61 Chevy .

C. L.. "Anglo .""' ... tr loll MM rant, nolhlnf down HIM moolt | end loMoi 1 tot- 3'59-2561 IporH Cor ..... > ...Kill Vt, itKidird tronu .. Impol. rdoor, ,...11.. .
O. i '
AMoeloto "
Anglo .
fMtl N w. nth tt. PH l7- O" Inoulro 370.41.0.1417 NW 7th Avo. or ClllLMt too tooloi, TAILIII7M3I7CLIAN I mooorn m.noflonytccoilonol PPM dolly, '.'. t.t M.JunMj 4 Miil.-. I;; ;; ..." ....n. ....."" III.. $2295 polo Mooring* rMlg itom.iIronomlHlor .
III M bIt work
41 COHHIO! Proportynionit -UNFUIINIIHID I Sadnoon ..... Motf rofrtoorttorl Itr Tiny nootor tig. Ir' (11,._ I'J, ...In'of. All worn ..... EN $1795 Kooltr,
00' *tnl. Pt, Mtlrtu, SIlO' olM itovol, Irotiort ft wi.tora vortlcol pump motor, Vi HP gig.MlM 51 PIlotlwnTtO 14. *
pbs RIPAIR WORK ON ALLMAKIt. hWMhold" Itomli UI4 NW $1695
61
..... CCI I MOVE.0oim TN. 001. bil1. Phont 4752891. Call PR H001lo .m It. _ _ IS Automtolloi (* l Chevy ,
Buick ,
4-OMf i _
"-t. law down ...,.,... L.oul'Sd liD, rollowoy, w-good Inner, UIIO IIOVIIL t7PISITII.C000LIIIOY 61 Hdon t ,
N.'. ISHI T... HOISt POR PINT | **, living I iprln ....It...., Ul. IrMll 4. 15PUDT4515l0P .. '
McCoy .u".... 000.1. 41,175' 00041. 111,11.. .....? ....... tt.4CC4 lit IIICONOIfIO".D.. .., PI. PI, AT ..... I _I" MitlM 011115. VI ..... ev-Yf9SI. 62 Eng. Ford.
.., "..""" gioiiod ,,"... tott if clmtwon NW till Tor. 0040105 1011113INPAtITS mutt wt to opproiioto III.... NliionIIllIOo 00410.. 5511.a. ctprt "
>Q.IOHHOMII go> tog In Hroplon. 114Nl 17H7II, Ittor I.M P ,
I @ .. Slpll ml OlIN 51111 ... j
full itottonwl
ILIC. ilovo SlOt' IsO U"t
nth Avo. Imulr .
no t door. ,..
.015511115 59155. NI .. $1295
.
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,
POR Ul I corrtor nil I"' tiled
til ........,..., II l''h IIfm TIm bodrnom. two kolh In eon.Unturn h..,.. llond.ttnk tuWng, III.pnon 71075. 1111.7 ndcba. 551 c.? ---'SISUICR- .C''L ..._.... -$149 v
A... Imtll down povmom 100117, NW 1.71111.. $011 pa ,. PR t-Mfl. Md. U. Inf...... II. All 115.11lobs's 1101401Mm. IiISsl 5 62 Chevy

monltily poymonli u? It .... "'an' "...... 20(1111UP5I,10T P10007. .., COOl" I "-. Idoor ..._ t.f_".

Aut ........ kuiif in your 101 I .r. htmt A-C. OtMr' I PRIIZIRUnconditional -c JUICE 174W05 "_I..'... 511 ._
WIHI, no down ,."" .... .P.* 1 I liiPOIOYCI wuorinloodtn Al mill. Tl coos |.l'. D.'...... ... COMPACT Ctodgo Oort, 61-Volks ..... 5105?. WiNos, 'Hit THIS '
PWS.43.. I 50011705. ''oc gum' Call. oil.Mr>.. Tom llytor. Hwy. 'r' tint MILII OP end -....
111.101 Sod. H.sltsnm.I WAllII.NTY 010,.
I LOTS m W. UnIv." 575111pool T-A-0 APPLIANCES I TON. VoW Air (_._. Tilt truiu onor I PM.. nnvtrtiki, light gnon, nd $1895 WEEK'S
MI Inttroitod In "kuyinf wvor.u
155104 usd1 0.0007555
toti: if IM right. ofko. Con room. IM por month. .... d) Rotrlg.rtttit. fnm Ot Wf .oil, uiod I 015$. Coot Utt. loll H RAMILIR _... 10 -
111 I!" 1.1w M got IW kid T."... Rlngoo from tl* Vt far UN will May. 0001555 Vcon o. IT. Now ".. $995 SPECIAL
Phone 376-4827 ff WooSort from lit v( IIIIIIILIi S nollonl cond SilL 63
4J-I COLORID RENTALS I Drvtn from I4t V* W\I 11005 1100051117 lorn. PI 17MW4, I'M" IMITTY Mercury

POR both RINT houM by hi NW ownor ooctton I IR, I t PMd-Prootor tram tot uot ChIn. Iwo is N. N. .swv -CO.V .. MONr", YOU AT ... I door, hordiop Urtpndftomng 61 Mercury

NOW RENTING Dlmwotfiort from MO u* _...Iaw"II.... ....... 01.0. SIlO 01001101 ....-'Ow..1 60 Rambler .
COLORf MIni modorn I IR d... Phong FR 2.26H I* TV box Iron at ug ,_ 5501005dM. pIcI.. sod .. sod 0011115 i5C5IlNIS ce. ......*. woowi, 4 dwirodto .
".. lso 11015 lcd JIM VOVLII APPLIANCI. CO. Ivory ........ All work |utrtntood > 51110450. 5550 01IOlIlaO. N. MAIN I..IM. ol.0a05 Snob $2895 hoow, out*.
.... 49 .... P's lost lIP NW tm A. tho manHomt Ptwnt .. ....
dining modorn kltchon' wttnpovtd jr714.trodHno 5Mm lone if not RIIMItn. hootor, .ItoM g>., m.III ""IMIM.
f... larve it.lOi ._.. 0,001.Ow CLSA5ANCI bALI W. WAIl .... mon ............ Moy P* o.- ........ 5000S.
-.. III MIII, 101(1 P'iul. CLEAN QUIET ROOM M.obo. Soso Ie 0.9 5.1140. 10117 fO. Py IloollISsIsIly 001051. 0.50VC54COOSCI 0-vllto bun porting $795 ......., OIF nndittoi
5. lcd hot Sill. 115.1.7. Mill Ftr builnmnun f npntr cltwlludtnl mtrtio4 town to rtouco 01W 111311 ond I to I lotv> ov 62 Old. Int. ..
Ills lCd toed, Noorly Nu '
.
nov ttrooto.lot'of SI. loll CUM4I. IMJtKPURNIIHIO NW SIll "'... Phont Pumlturt.PR ....S4... WILSON'S EXCHANGE Sit "lVIoii i .. ....".., | 4555 bsllbo5
Ten, tr coll tor ippoMmont msnitr 0.4005 $11.51. .0O00 to' ..IoIls.glll0. III > I. lot jtrool Phtnt P 11 IMTT'HAND CONVlltinLl, now '58 MG 14Mm bwtodii lii 510 $ii5Mercedes
man SoIl'' mIld ........ .05 DISCOUNT -"' NEW-- 11n... PI PI, HIM. 111101,1.
01 noInM7Ils III. N' Sod A... loll 575.1551.
44 Cofttgoi ft Rout PhI,. 171-1111 5. 11I-IIt' PRICES Sods Uftl ond chUro rtrtoro ISI.lL HIM.Pt.clinort IIU WILLVt, RUNI O< "re 156. 0004 11_ $2495

ROOMI IV lltdUfrom Ivorythlng K dlotnunlod. lullING CAR I/I. .
Wt urvterwll $795
'ZLniisoo' 3 110111 cuTtsgbI .__ nt IW M A.tCtll tvcrybody.HENDRIX WILLIAMs IIRVICI CINTIR J76IJ7J.Cadillac .
far tmolt .....11y. wotororkogo 504 171-,_ M... thrMnti only" Howthornt Rd. "rnol? t t

dI...... fumlthod' ISI MCI _,.., room cltM In FURNITURE CO. TM ---SI 115511 $145.17 '5 7 F 1..fO. .. drive 63 TR. 4 62
70A1000W107010 .d NW mi All 01 nmnr MSSW 5000. 0 r4 CondHton, 61 Buick "
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TUESDAY


ONE DAY


ONLY


WATCH FOR THESE BARGAIN BUYS EVERY MONDAY IN THE GAINESVILLE SUN


BOYS 8-18 CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
LAWNRAKES

NOBQDYU '' CORDUROYOVER.THEHIP CHEEZE

BUT NOBODY
X

SEL1S WHISKEY SURCOAT f ,: y f.
reg. 99cNow ;
FOR LESS 89C
REG.$12.99 ;,1, i-' PIZZA


THAN $800TUES. 15'/s-OZ. PACKAGE
ABC 2 M' 4
HOUSEPLANTS .

wiJ! co..iohly Ltari_Hell ONLY t, y .
'.-H.lf Quilt. -RollKrtlt 39c.1i

NOW TWO ABC,STORES 10 Pr .bl.-toiler Light 8 Writ 8 Derk-T.W.ih-.....

Singles I CHARGE IT,- LAYAWAY
110 NORTHWEST 6TH STREET .
CENTRAL PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 3" Potted ... 240 -
WINN DIXIE NEXT DOOR TO
SHOP. CENTER G.C.MURPHY'S The Kilgore Seed Compan wuq
Divlstoo et Asgrow Seed Company
114 SOUTH MAIN ST. st ul rPlaswe
NOW AT ril r
BUY ABC SAVE!!
131 S NW 16th AVE. FR 6-6489 521 N.W, 13th St.


Men's or Ladies',Cotton TONIGHT IS drive in for areal Save Christmas. Gifts NOW!

: GARDEN GLOVES
r taste thrill! Sunbeam $1 099
l HAIR DRYERS from
"Sneak Preview"
A real Special at 49c pr. .
: Night and BARBEQUEDRIBS Citation 2SliceTOASTERS
Tuei.Only $995
'SURPRISENIGHT" . . .

111'1 2179"! Beautiful,Decorator $1 095

CAN RINGUSUALLY reg. $1.95 WALL CLOCKS. .
Whit Cotton Knit Wrist
Soft Flewt Lining Pyrex SJ49

DOES now $1.69tIflU1gy HOT SERVERS. . .
PREPARE YOUR FLOWER & BULB t
Lunch 11 30 to 2 05 RoyalElectricKNIFE
: a m. : p m.Dinntr
BEDS NOW. YOU'LL FIND ALL
4:30 p m.to 8 05 p.m. SHARPENER 1395
THE THINGS YOU NEED HERE. Lunch fir Dinner Every SpwloliSrvtd Day and CAN OPENER ..... .. .

t Hundreds of Other Bargains

-L LAYAWAY FOR CHRISTMASJUST
JOHNSON & FARIS
$1.00 DOWN WILL HOLD IT.
r'I I eu''
224 N.W. 8th Are. Phone 372-0476 CAFETERIA
FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ON OUR LOT GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 1625 N.W. 13th Street-372-7141 The VARIETY STORE
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGEr AIR CONDITIONED 111 PARKINGGRANT'S OPEN 10 AM TO 10 PM DAILY 7 S.E. lit Av.. "On the Square" FR 6-5348

J

oNSON. SPECIALTUES. Brach'sChocolate
:zl .

Coiwe' SLce MAGIC VALUESALE I

PRICED EVERY DAY ,
ONLY2LB. nt asrtnt tairtl nm
ELECTRIC KNIFE lli lilill

100% SOLUTION DYED BAG FLASH FROZEN Candies. .

2 Ft. x 6 Ft. Viscose Rayon IDAHOFRENCH Now It the time to
save on these dolklouimouthw.ttring
FRIES r" can

RUG $197 diet..Chocolate Covered
Peanut
a torn Gclpt Flwf ritmlyRvf .Molted Milk falls
\
Wait tUClnh \ .
..i DMr Slip.w...CoUnStf 3 $1WINN.DIXIE 1 .Milk Choc.Stan
.4 Uf.Will Hot Semi BAGS I .Peanut Clusters
Amazing Ronson electric Knifacarvel I
88 OPEN EVERY SUNDAY 1-6
and slices food eonvirv
t lently,.,quickly."right In your 817 57 lb.
own home.So easy to use.H nd- TIL,CHRISTMAS 4
comely cited tool .".I'
-- 2L1 for$1.00

s ALE'S ::rAYCHIISTMAS TWO LOCATIONS G. C. MURPHY co.Eth .

III.VNIVHSITY AVINUI GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER NW 6th STREET end NORTH MAIN STREET ST.6UN IV.AVE.


i REG. $2.49 ONE GALLONPRESTONE v
;i 40% Discount Sale

Ideal For ntho

ANTIFREEZE 1.89 I@nn@.J Th.HolidoJ' 1964 Modern Home .
A1.WAYS fiRST QUAUfY' HIDDEN MAGIC i ii

I : HAIRSPRAY 8t

t I 10"TEFLON WHISTLING Aluminum MELMAC SET i S.SO VALUI
FRY PAN".. $131.00 I
I .......o.r..t....... TEAKETTLEJyHint BRECK $1 ''I
\ ,..w--baedd AAI 2 45 PC. SET FOR 8
} ....-,-...-. bonom quart lira opacity*,wckly.IlUMMUd flat. SHAMPOO
; e. w-r-" \ PLUS FULL U-OZ. LIST
beds : r a..l k..dl.. $1.75
r.n.l* t.w. PIECES NOW PLUS TAX WHE*[APPtICAU ,I
16 BONUS Fully Automatic ..
1 HMIMIIIt W.Dec.very/r. L..y D.y
00
I
t 99 1.19Y21.. 8 TUMBLERS 8 PLACE MATS 'Twin Needle 131

.Ilg Zag Rt,.$219
51 PC onto
) IN ALL' FINANCING AVAILABLEWE I" SUPER D DISCOUNT
SELL WHAT WE ADVERTISE oy CENTER
LIGGETT DRUG IN TWO PATTERNS $1588EDGEIIOOK ,WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL S 9 west Unirtrtity Dew.tw.We .
ANDMEADOWLANO ...
National Sewing Mach. Co., Inc.
QuikSaveQ
1028 N.MAIN ST. T.W
Formerly MikeD'i Mock.Service
Seving
201 W. UNWR5ITY AVENUE 37(- 451
GAINESVILLESHOPPING CENTER 115 W.UNIV. FRMISS ..MM. 1620 W. Unfcenfty (...,. Plate


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