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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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89th Year, No. 115 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE lOc
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Via'r. In PostsBy
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WILLIAM 1.. RYAN 1
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AP Special CorrespondentThe p 4
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new changes at the top of
",.. >" .-, the post-Khrushchev Soviet regime
suggest a power struggle
between liberalizer and conaervatlves -
over the course of

the Spvlet economy. Clash and
promise teem to have

played a part.Younller .

generation techno.
crate are making their Influence CAli WlravlMIt .. IN Suit
--.o Chi. N? T..7 L.wl.
strongly felt. There are signs SHELEPIN SIIEI.EST
The flat tire that didn't set chanced (above). Two The car (above) which Gainesville police believe kill that the younger men eventuallywill New Members of Soviet presidium
youthful brothers died as they tried to repair the flat ed the two Marvel brothers I Sunday night on Northwest emerge with the lions
hit-and-run victim Eighth Ave. share of political authority, but

the struggle' is not over.
The men seem Imps.
1', younger Rush Efforts
tient to remove some of the restralnts -
Hit-Run Accident on Soviet economic development .

even to the point of

.'1 experimenting methods. with capitalist For Rail Pact

This could lead one diy to an

Claims 2nd Victim upsurge In Eaat-West trade,

1 more economic Independence CIIICAGO (AP) Federal mediators hope to arrange
for Red-ruled Eastern Europe for new bargaining; sessions between union and railroad
By CUP CORMIER SUit City Editor John Kirkland was altar and aggravation of the dispute officials In a last-ditch effort to avert a strike set for
Death took the life of 17-year-old John Kirkland Marvel halfback on the Blue Wave "B" with the Communist Chinese. Monday which could halt service on most of the nation' ,
early today In Alachua General Hospital. 18 hours football squsd. Three weeks The Communist party Central carriers. '
after his brother died after they were struck down bya ago he scored a touchdown for Committee made these appointments Six shop craft! unions, In-
Alexander N.
hit-and-run driver on Northwest Eighth Avenue. his squad. He also ran on the Monday volved In I wage dispute with Housing i
Mason Eric Marvel, III 15, was dead on arrival at Ala. P. K. track team. Shelepln, 46, and Pyotr Y. She. the railroads for nearly II
chua General Hospital early lest, M, to full membership In months, Monday called the Code StillUnsettled
His brother Eric liked to sing the party ruling Presidium
strike of their membersfor
140000
broth between
The Northwest
Sunday evening two 21st Ter.
and had a part In the upcoming and Pyotr N. Demlchev ce, to
ers, sons of Mr. and Mrs. race and 21st Street on the 6 a mrn. local time. A spokesman
; school operetta' "Bye ByeBlackbird" alternate Presidium member.
Mason Marvel, 121J NE 20th north side of Eighth Avenue. for Die unions laid the "
JOHN MARVEL, 17 which Is being rehearsed ship walkout would halt service on
Place, were struck down as .. t t'un
This Is about one block now. The committee dropped Vaily tha IsTtallroads and terminal By JEAN CARVER ,
they knelt the roadside '-*
on repairing
3 s flat tire on their old e KOf the yellow blinking Early In October" the Marvels ) I. Polyakov, M, a Khrushchevfarm : switching companies whleh I Staff Writer
Model.A-ford. light that marks the Intersection bought the Model-A Ford for expert from the secrelar. handle more than M per cent of The proposed housing/ code
on Northwest Eighth Avenue Eric In Palatka Sunday..- lit, and dismissed ailing Frol R. l the natloa'i rail traffic. nearly reached the voting stage
Police have charged Mrs. and 22nd St. Koilov from the Presidium, Monday night before City Com
ning when the two boys had The spokesman, Michael Fox,
Hazel Smith Reyes 44, of The which hit them the flat tire they were on their thus eliminating one conservative president of the AFL-CIO Ball- mlssloneri retreated and called
6404 NW 36th St. with manslaughter off into car the night.Gainesville sped way to Trinity Methodist I voice. from the top of the way Employes Department for another study session on the
In connection with Church to pick up their younger .apparatus.See laid that consideration would be much delayed code.
the accident. She was freed on ;; police chargedMrs. brother Dan, 12, at Sunday ( LIBERALS ea Page S) given any 'fair and equitable" There was even a motion for
a $1,300 bond. Reyes about two hours school. settlement offer from the railroads the code's passage on a one-
after the accident when she said serious trial basis
Krcbiozcn He also consldrrstlon year
The Marvel youths becamethe called the police station and Funeral services win be st would he given any But Mayor Howard McKln-
eighth and ninth traffic fatalities .- reported having hit a car on 2 pm Wednesday at Trinity request from the While House. flex ruled Commissioner James
of the year In Gainesville Northwest Eighth Avenue. Methodist Church 3U8 NW Ith
There was no Immediate word Rlchardsnn'i motion out of order
This marks an all time promoters
Ave. Officiating will be Rev. from House but the retaining the "unfinished
x high for this city. The previous Students and teachers at P the While ,
i record was established In 1M1 K. Tongs were shocked sndgrief Robert M. Temple Jr. sbnp unions have rejected as business" status the code has
stricken over the death Besides Mr. and Mrs. Marvel Indicted Inadequate a presidential emergency maintained since the code was
w The two boys, both students of the two boys. board recommended Steal recommended to the commission -
the boys are survived by two increase of 27 cents sn hour by the City Han Board!
at P. K. Yonge Laboratory Neither of the boys was a top CHICAGO (AP) Promotersof
but both excelled sisters PrUclIla: t, and Mar over I three-yar period. last January
School, were dragged or hurled student, they Xrebioten, Including Dr. Andrew
15 about 100 feet after they were with At attitudes, teachers garet 7, and ont brother Danny C. Ivy internationally Francis 0'Null of the Nation- McKinney called for mart
"ASON MARVEL
struck near their car parked said.! U known physlolglst, were Indicted (See RAil. ee Page I) (See IIOlsLNQ e* Page 2))
+ **- ..... today for conspiracy, mill
fraud mblabeling and making
I IN STRIKEN FAMILTS NEW HOME false statements to the government 11'w
aboutt be product they
claim to used to treat cancer
The Indictment returned by .
'Empty RoomBy i' Echoes Agony federal grand Jury also named K

aa defendants the Krebloten Re.
search foundation, Promak

NORM LaCOE, Sag Staff Writer \to the Intensive carl unit on the 7th floor Nurses began a constant Laboratories where the drag
vigil Some wtpt. Others preyed. was packaged and three other
and Monday were long agonizing hours which
Sunday night Someone remembered to gel young Dan Marvel still waiting at men: Or Steven Durovle. M,
changed the lives of the Mason Marvel family. Trinity church. discover of the drill Ma brother .

The change begins at I pm at Trinity Methodist Church SS36 At the Marvel home, John black dog, Folly, whined all night "'lrllo.l4. a lawyer and Dr.
NW. Ith A" for the master who never came. William E, P. Phillips. $2. sn
Young Dan Marvel, red-haired and 13, was there. So were his Monday morning became moving day for the Marvels. the time official of the foundation all of
older brothers John 17, and Eric, 15. They had font to a sapper to move Into their new two story white sideboard and pink brick: Chlcsgo.
and meeting of the Methodist Youth Fellowship. home at 2030 NW 71st St. The Indictment supersedes an
After supper John and Eric told their younger brother they This was the home John' and Erie: helped' their father finish and earlier IM which named only \,
would come back: for him. They drove away In Eric's 1S3 black paint, the pine woods yard they helped to landscape the borne the Domic brothers as Individuals. .

Model A Ford sedan. where John would bring his dog and horse and Eric bis Model A. .
Coming back, the older brothers had a flat tire on Northwest Ith Bench warrants were Issued
Avenue. They pulled to the curb about 120 feet east of the fatef- (See FATAL ea Page 2) (See DRCG esj Pegs 2)
section of NW list St. Eric and John began taking the kg nuts

off the left rear wheel, kneeling In the street.
Oncoming motorists saw them there, two boys In slacks and A Hazy Look at the Weather ,

sports shirts, kneeling beside their black csr.
At the church, falling dusk became fun dark. Dan Marvel waited.
His brothers never came. By RAYMOND J. CROWLEY which sweep screes the Pacific Slates can look (or earmuft
Mason and Audrey Marvel, proud of their five children and WASHINGTON (AP) A and the United States west to weather. K they meander southward -
happy at the prospect of moving Into their new house st last, close study tt many factors- east They fly high at a* attitude the storms imbedded bi t4' 1

were visiting. Including the Jet stream a polar ranging from 1',_ to them er swept along by them ] [
They chatted and sipped( coffee: Sunday night with their bna bear's fur, the stockpiling active: maybe 40.110O feet 0y may pick op 1 lot of water 4
time friends. Sam and Nancy Wilson at the Wuson home. Penhips ties of squirrels, and the laws Trouble Is, you cannot count vapor over the Gulf of Mexico.
they talked of John's hopes to study veterinary medicine. OrEric's ef chance paints today to anInescapable on them to fly! straight, hey This could mem umbrella
fondness for the antique car they bought him to FaUUa: conclusion The meander, they snake around si weather later far many Awertcans. &ro '

several weeks ago. conung winter may be abnormally their Journey.If *
Perhaps they talked of the Wilson's eon, also IS, and who also bad mild kit prepare for the they snake sarUrwsH to the heat stop was the National'
a Model 'A Ford be was rebuilding worst winter, ever the Yukon for example ZM where Snow Star, s polar
John Wiegman, 2131 NW Ith Are, was It home. He was a grad much of the VnJtod bear, proved equivocal It's true
oats last year of the P K. Yooje LaboraorJacbool, and knew Toe CA Weather Bureau flat. she kas I coet WW
John and Eric Marvel, also students there. Iy refuses to say what! the for as polar bear keeper w r
At 7.IS. a motorist drove west on Northwestth Avenue coming winter wO bring. Weather WHERETO Albert C Smitk, had I theory
toward the 2Ist Street htenectfco. The car veered too far M science II ml yet that good It bout met: 1 nM she bepe
the right 1 says. The most It wU hazard to rubbing her hair tit by scraping
Wiegmaa beard a coromotML He went out and was sickened.$. a JKlay outlook toned twin a FIND IT again he sides ef her pool ,
Someone called an ambulance. month. Dsewbere: to the animal
The Police Department radio operator received the all at 7.21 Now t the bnreM could know Cemlcs .. 14 world, some confusion has
p m.. and sent ears to the It'III8. new what the Jet stream will be a..m.4 15-17 reigned. Squirrels hereabout w a. ".e, J
Neighbors picked up he boys from the street and ambulancecarried doing next' Janary st might become dareetecaeet .. II have bees seen chasing their
them to Alachua General Hospital bolder. James F. 0'Conor Ohiew.elee .. 1 taJs M tough K were sprtig- The Trend Is Trousers
Eric whose hair vas ss red as Ms car was black was dead bureau nttankujt, 0,.. 'It. . 4 tarn; they stoat seem to be
John terribly hurt about the bead dung to Bfe made a valiant effort to explain staehsnsj away rosy aewis. 14 Tie tread.Vs t e Irewrs .In showing of California's).
Abet 6 II\.. someone rang the door to the WBsmi home. The the )et stream lit words understsndabl .S.4 . 1I. I2Wsoeee'a BUm*.. blackbirds sod bronze svrlarreMNl wear at Ileverly Hill. and model DtleKoto j
Marvels vw4tt-g Inside, felt no ream to be concerned. But a .bfi*', toast anaurIt . gracklM were observed ea S wears a midriff ewlflt by Gen that drew applaww t ,h'
fared neighbor breoctt terrible sews. to be core er socbue tt abroad tt wrong wsy &ghl, eastward la Monday a* fashion. writers got their first 'II..... of the ,
At III Hospital, doctors bushed their work sad Jobs was moved band ef westerly wade stead efseril latest ladies/ 4 I
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COMMISSION Dozens of friends, relativesand
Board to
came
Mediation
al
neighbors pitched in. They
Washington and
moved the Marvel family Monday A Partly cloudy on* mild ArauoHWodnouov Chicago from
Low tonior.1, 'In tr* mHIX1 met separately wth) carrier and
Richardson
Library Hoard said a programfor carrying the furniture, WMnoMoy 7t to H. VorlMlloIM ,
suggestions on improving > rt to It VirlMM' WIM, .> M toII union officers Monday. He said
I clearing the debris leftover
away mllM w .Hour through W_,. .
set
to bargainIng
he would try up
Rcappointce safety, services and saving from construction, sad
B C Fair through Wed sessions between union and
money has saved other governmental -buying the essentials.Into .
Justus Williams millions of dol- nesday. Low tonight SO. Low rail officials.
Florida National agencies a wood paneled upstairs
Bank tonight 50. High Wednesday J. E. Wolfe, spokesman for
president, was reappointed bedroom were moved two
lars.He SO. Variable winds S to 10 said the carriers
to the Library Board also said the system would new yellow pine bunk-bed the railroads,

Monday night by the city com help build employs morale. which the older brothers had miles 0 ,an.!, hour.Nlrough w_.*. Low will not go made beyond Oct.the 20 recommendations by the-
mission. slept on. twtni U lo M. Nlotl' WoMKUy MWKm .
I "" norltnml through norlhooil Ito board. He said to
Federal
His term Is for five years. Bldg. At Alachua General, the long II millS .. hour emergency Increases would be
1 F 0 H I Polr vxltwr MilgM' grant higher
'Suggestion9Plan Parking Plea I Then vigil continued for John Marvel I ...J.. -W_Fur .Ihrouoll... LM tanigM WMntMUy U .to Low... ', unfair to other rail unions whichhe

with Tuesday only t. n lonlorit" en on Hit bMdm lo M "Mono.Nigh """1 %tA\ill""" said have or are about to
minutes old, the waiting ended. WMnoodoy M. WhiM yon.bloMrlhwoil .
Workers at the new Federal iwllwort S to the board's formula.
I through to ism5'.se,1 GAINESVILLE WEATHER agree
UrgedCity I John Marvel, whq went almost ...,.
Building petitioned the city to ,, through WxliwMKy. Low Municipal Airport readingsfor Fox said the six unions,

commissioners assigned enlarge parking areas surrounding -for everywhere the last time with with Eric,his went brother. Jut tonight Mot H In...low.......Xh.ttr""Nigh wlM' WodnoMoy I to II 24 hours to < a.m. today among 11 non-operating unions

a committee Monday to study a I. the new building Monday. cell... M. Sow,. High 80 at 2.00 p.m.; low 68 Involved in wage disputes, have

proposal by Com mIssioner City officials! took the request ALMANAC at 7:00: am. Rainfall None. met with the carriers three
James Richardson that under advisement but noted that Friends, relatives gathered, IwiMf ....., m om.tumlM times since the board's report
a suggestion the tomorrow ollom.full TSMPISATOOU5 ILsUWNIRIN
system be Initiated. the city had made no commitment helping Marvels make their Mow'S Smoq-w S a a.... L Proa'Jck,0vio. and talks were unproductive.
to furnish parking when last arrangements, the essential PHOMININT Moss' aloe H.... If 19 05MwI The board's report automatically -

arrangements were made with: things. CopMlo, ... _.,' 7:U .... "II 00AiIcio OPTsp. banned a strike for 30 days

the federal government to build The long, agonizing hours VltllLI, I to PLANITSloturn no oouin C-s pm. N_ Coning 71 II"IP under terms of the Railway Labor

More About the Federal Building.. reach at ending of some kind Vomit*>..0,,.rlioi in mo oott. 4-55.7 a "....... 1050,5 11 II ...nNosY' Act but the unions are fret

City Manager Bill Green explained -at 2 pm. Wednesday, again in M.,. high In MurhMit 4.M ..... .00A5ts' 17 II 00choago is nW to call a strike any time after

Drug that plans for a 100-car Trinity Methodist Church. nosy 005151 GUL' 'OUUIT V..I. w'" 5 '. City. 61"61 socc ..110..cor Thursday
Six friends of each boy will II kent, SOnuSh WWMd.y.. Fair. MIS.OI
lot south of the building call for F,. 5,1-55, 71 OP .Si The six shop craft unions rep-
I be pallbearers. The "B" foot- CEDAR KIV Tiers ... .. workers who build
rail
From 1 a construction project totaling ball team of P. K. Yonge High W.........., Nigh .. li. ,.... low "::",. "'" It.. II .11 resent ,
Page about 9000. I _0054som. ..Mouipm.13itttatit. maintain, repair and service
for' the arrest of those named. He added that the city alreadyhas School John scored a touchdown railroad locomotives and cars.

"*" owoo,. en the a..., The Durovici are free on their a temporary lot Just south for them only three weeks Fox said he would request the
of the ago will be honorary pall. cooperation of all other rail UnIons
own recognizance after their proposed lot that aver
The Hard WayPoultry bond was set at $500,000 each ages only 50 per cent capacitynow. bearers.
on the original Indictment.The Most of P. K. Yonge High could be. expected to recognize

farmer Walter Ready fills 10-jallon milk new bond was set at IS,. Commissioners referred the School probably will be on picket lines of the shop workers.

cans with water from a spring near the Iron Ketjle 000 for all ,defendants, except parking lots plans to the CIty hand, If the little church will 'worn. orrwgomonli. Mon" ovolloolo.' will" to fowl' widor unoril Motto Secretary of Labor W. Willard\
Restaurant at Shaflsbury, Vt. All day and well Into the Durovlcs. Their original Plaq Board for recommend; hold tooth as Oslo fIOII" Wlrtx said In Washington last

the night cars and trucks pull up alongside the restaurant bond stands. tlon In relation lo other prior The boys" father, rememberIng week that he did not expect a
to obtain water from the biff sprint behind Dr. Ivy, a leading proponentof his sons as plain, llvelj! J. F. HORNE garet Cravey and Mrs. Blllle! L. rail strike or White House inter
ity projects.
It. For many it Is the only source of water In thjp I the drug. Is research professor young men, asks that any flow. TRENTON Joseph Farris Higdon, both of Gainesville, ventlon in the case.

area, hard hit during long drought. of biochemistry at Roosevelt $126 Million er arrangements be simple and home Home,after 64, died an extended Sunday Illness at his Mrs. Effie Stallworth of Tails Present hourly pay In the non-

University and a former restrained. Mason Marvel asks hassee. operating unions averages $2.58
PROTESTS He was retired farmer and
HOLD FATEBritish vice president of the University Tax Roll OK d those who wish to remember his lifetime resident a of Trenton. He ROSA WELCH and $2.63 in the six shop crafts

historian Arnold J. Batik Aiha, chief delegate to of Illinois sons to look to the church's The shop unions have demanded
was a member of the Church Mrs. Rosa M. Welch 37 New-
Toynbee says "the United the United Na. I The indictment charges that A $126 million\ tax roll was Methodist Youth Fellowship 1mprovemcnt of Christ. Initial increases, retroactive to
15 tlons adopted Monday night by the berry, died Friday In Alacliua June 30 1963 ot 10 cent plus
States and Russia are Just from Syr. the defendants reported one program. Survivors Include his widow, General per
per cent of the world, but can la, asked the Creblozen patient healthy when Gainesville City Commission. Mrs. Ida Bell Home; six I brief illness.A Hospital. following a 14 cents an hour plus subsequent

decide the world's fate. U. N. Security he has been dead six years. Deducting homestead, widows More AboutLiberals daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Mar annual Increases of 31,
native of Mrs.
Toynbee in Los Angeles to Council Mon Acting Ally Gen. Nicholas and veterans exemptions, City I shal, Gainesville; Mrs. Florris Welch Newberry per cent and a cost-of-llvlng escalator -

accept an honorary degree from day to condeir CaUenbach also announced the Finance Officer Clarence 0'. Beasley, Linda Home, and Mrs was a nurses' attendant clause.-

California State College, told a Israel for a bo Indictment In Washington.The Neill said the real estate roll Maline Langford, all of Trenton -and member of the Pleasant

news conference Monday that der air r al. totals $107,170,240 and the personal I ; Mrs. Hazel Lan r ford, Plain Methodist Church. More AboutHousing
Is real possibility, last Indictment supcrcedes and utilities roll Survivors Include her mother,
a Friday
nuclear war property Alachua; and Mrs. Mev If. e,
hut that It might be avoided if Asha calledthe ,charges brought Oct. 27 that the totals 19.820.400, for a total tax From Page 1 Carlisle, High Springs. I Mrs. Luceal Hurst; six uncles,

the United States and the Soviet raid an act Durovlc brothers conspired to roll of $126,990,140. Shelepln's rise was predictsIe. Four sons, David and Lyle 1 Irving Johnson, Willie Johnson,

Union unite to control arms. of barbarismand I promote Kreblozen as an Investigational -! The 12 mill tax roll calls for As former chairman of the both of Trenton; James, High Bob Henry, Frank Henry, Lem

Contending that the two coun- naked aggression. MichaelS. drug while it was one mill or $126,99064 for bond State Security CommitteeKGB Springsan; d Jimmy, Homestead Henry and William Johnson;

tries have a tremendous "com Comay, the Israeli chief del. being sold In Interstate com I sinking fund taxes and 11 mills ( ) and chairman of the ; three brothers, W. Rand five aunts Mrs. Rosa Jackson,

mon Interest," Toynbee said: egate, demanded the Council merce. for $$1,396,897 for general government party and State Control Committee R. C., both of Trenton; Mrs. Christine Wittaker, Mrs. From Pazc

"I would like to see them take call upon Syria to stop threats These are some ot the grand taxes. Shelepln probably and John, Chi fland. Francis Johnson, Mrs. Rosa B.

extreme action. It', not good and shooting. They disagreedover ury's allegations, Katzenbach The aggregate tax total Is $!,. played a significant role In unseating Four sisters, Mrs. Cora Ar. Johnson and Mrs. Bethenia Dar discussion of the code In over.

democracy but it U good for which country started the said: 52388768. Approximately 16,000 Nikita Khrushchev as rlngton, Trenton; Mrs. Frances by. ruling Richardson
survival. If they can agree tax bills have been and first of Then, after 4$ minutes of re
Friday shooting. Stevan Durovic wrote the already premIer secretary Mercer, Clearwater; Mrs. Katy
oulcklv. they can control the National Cancer Institute In mailed. Taxes are due Nov. 30 the party. I Swllley Plant City; and Mrs. C. W. BOSTICKSMr. hashing the much discussed

world: If not, China will controlthe EVOLUTION 1961 .and reported that "under for the four per cent discount. Shelepln, a deputy premier, Ennie Brown, Windfield, Indi and Mrs. C. W. Bostick, code, Richardson suggested that

world." The Huxleys and the Par present conditions, and with the' Final tax deadline Is April 1. now may be moving close to the ana. parents of Mrs. John D. BoydJr. no action be taken because of
of 1014 NE 5th St. died Commissioner Byron Winn's ab-
wins, long united In scientificand advantage of my repeated pro- top rung of party leadership, WILlIE SACHBCHIEFLAND sence.
duction I would be able to 1eport1IotorScooters possibly eventually as deputy to Saturday.
literary association, now pro- I -Willie J (Two weeks ago action on the
have family ties. duce Kreblozen, up to 13 grams, Gone First Secretary Leonid I. Brezhnev. -Sac he, 79! died Monday after a They were killed In an automobile code was deferred because

Mrs. Schenck Huxley of New for $170000 per gram." In reality lengthy illness. accident in Alto, Texas, Commissioner Alan Sutherlandwas
York announced Two University of Florida Shelepln's rise and the ad. Saturday night.
Monday the the Indictment charges He was a native and lifelong absent)
marriage Saturday of her Kreblozen is creatine mono- students lost motor scooters to vancement of Demichev to alternate resident of the area and was In addition to their daughter I Wino was called during a recess -

daughter Angela Mary, 24, to hydrate, a substance which can thieves during the past two Presidium membershipcan a member of the Chief I and local survivors Include a grand- and after be arrived short

George Pember Darwin, 36, In be purchased for 30 cents a days, Gainesville police I rn- encourage new generation Baptist Church. daughter and grandson. I Iy before I p.m. Monday, commissioners

London The couple will live In gram and which, even If pro--ported. leaders anxious to build the consumer Survivors Include his widow JOHN MARVEL spent another 20

London. duced In the manner claimedby Richard Arnovitz, 15 fraternity economy despite resistance Leslie; four sons Lester and I minutes deciding devote a

Darwin Is the great grandsonof Durovic, would cost only Row, discovered his scooter from hard.line conservatives -Linus, both of Chiefland; Sam John KIrkland Marvel 17, of "work session" to the proposed

biologist Charles Darwin, some $8,000 per gram. missing Monday. A 1964 All- and the military Philadelphia; and Porter, 2030 NW 71st St., died today at code before making a final de-

who developed the theory of Kreblozen allegedly state, missing its front fender, Demlchev Is closely associated Hiiefland; six daughters Mrs Alachua General Hospital from termination.The .
was
evolution.The branded bun the vehicle apparently was take with the chemical Industry, a Mae Owens and Mrs. Roma injuries sustained In a hit and paragraph by paragraph .
falsely as having
bride Is the en Sunday night hope of the younger men for Bailey both of Chiefland Mrs.
great granddaughter extracted from the blood of ; run accident Sunday night. review was set for next
of T. H. Huxley, outstanding horses when In fact Ills a The second theft Involved a sharply stepped up consumer Ethel Braden Jacksonville; He was a student at P. K. Monday night The meeting will!
,
defender of Darwin's red Allstate scooter owned by production. I Mrs. Jewel Drlggers, Gainesville Yonge High School. be public.

theory. common laboratory chemical. Stanley Jones, 2054 Hume Hall. These appointments seem to, ; Mrs. Muzeta W II kenon, Survivors Include his parents, Major action of Monday's Inaction
tie[ Indictment that
says contrary II was reported missing Monday enhance the positions of young Bronson; and Mrs. Joyce Fair- Mr. and Mrs. Mason E. Marvel on the code was Richardson's
to Kreblozen'i labeling afternoon. er-generation leaders, like Presidium cloth N. Y.
Pittsburgh. ; 33 recommendation that the
claims, the Kreblozen foundation member ; a brother Danny, 13; and
Dmitry Poly. and 22 .
grandchildren great board and board of adjustment
two sisters. Priscilla, t and plan
,
conducted no scientific 'Fuel Cclll'Is ansky, 47, an able administrator -randchildren. I hou.lnJ board
Texas Gev. John B. Connally 7. serve as the
Margaret,
study and was responsible for with wide experience. Poly-
I said Southern leaders must Talk ROBERT CIIEATHAM I and appeals board lot ththous-
in Topic and
ansky
no Important development .Shelepln now area
IASOIAR'.EL!
the trial!
change lag code during year.
idjuit to Inevitable Robert T. Cheatham, 59 1120
cancer research. ""- to watch.'Vater ,
"Fuel Cells" will be the topicof claimIng -
wrought by the Civil Rights NW 4th Ave. died In Mason Eric Marvel III Sutherland protested,
According to the indictment D Monday 15, of
talk 'Robert
a tonight by the action would over I oa d
Acts during his talk at the Trouble Alachua General Hospital fol- 2030 NW 71st St. died
convention 01 the defendants submitted to the Walker of the University of Sunday the plan board, now meeting
lit annual lowing a short illness. night at Alachua General Hos
Publishers government the medical records -Florida Dept. of Chemical Engineering twice a month because of
Southern Newnpapers Boca of 5M cancer patients and Industrial Experiment MADRID (API-Spam's- A native of McRae, Ca., Mr. pital. He was killed Instantly Ina lengthy agendas.
Annodatine at shine one of the most attrac- I Iheathani moved to Gainesville hit and accident
Monday retted with Krebiozen. The Station. i run on Eighth Asking for the full h 0 a t d's
Raton. Connally spoke teuton .1- cases were studied by a committee He will speak to members of tive features for the increasing 40 years ago from there. He was Avenue Sunday.He consideration of the code, Richardson

the convention.PAYS at the opening. of cancer experts, and the United States Naval Research flow of tourists Is beginning. a retired lineman for SouthernBell was a student at P. K. noted that "we've put

the National Cancer Institute of Company 64 at the to worry the Spaniards. Telephone Co. Yonge High School. this off U times now, one more

KILL the US. Public Health Service United States Naval Training A long drought has reducedthe I Survivors Include a son. Lt. Survivors Include his parents, week won't kill anybody.

.. concluded on the basis of that Center, 1300 NE 8th Ave. level of water reservoirs 50 Robert T. Cheatham Jr of Honolulu -Mr. and Mrs. Mason E. Marvel;

Mrs. Nit Dlnh Nhu's ye.. study that there Is no evidence The public Is Invited to the per cent. Authorities in some Hawaii; a brother, M. R. a brother. Danny. 13; and two

old bill at the Beverly Wil- Creblozen Is of value In treat-meeting which begins at 7:15: areas are contemplating water Cheatham of Cocoa Beach, sisters, PrisciHa, 9, and Margaret

shire Hotel has been paid by Ing cancer. pm. rationing. Fla.; three sisters, Mrs. Mar- 7. -
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Vietnamese Embassy In WashIngton the sew editor .( UM Soviet

was received by the hotel Communlit to Learn 10ti>T T fit
Party newspaper Ml AT HAM. MR
Monday.Mrs. Many Opportunities Mrol ........ lor 00'. c......'". OM
Prsvda. AaMtiaceneal e( 10 w'" bo Sod II *.*.JT
Nina stayed at the hotel this appolnnneat was made W<* weeks with her Homo ,_..C_. Sl00 000 00Hlllcr
two
for nearly by a Pravda spokesman FrI- lot > Com'o daughter and a maid. She was day. However this picture .fRumyaniev (Editor's note: This Is tile ity Junior colleges Ia multiplying ferentlated responsibilities. tlnulng University StudiesFICUS I Pineltis County has a pilot nctlM Homo.UVIU. ol "Wllllomo.THomoo" >, orol

there when the government was sol made iecad In a series on adult education opportunilies for those beyond 4. Interpret functions and : represents five state universities. \!residential program unique In MAMN. '''. end
headed by her brother in-law in Florida Dr. Roger high school who want services of adult education A wide of the nation which Mil MIC .
available by Novostl. the Soviet by to pro- range continuing may help establish M*. JOHN HOKLAHO M Vll -

Ngo Dlnh Diem, was over.throws. agescy, mill Monday. W. Axlord, vlnltlng aMorhiteprofessor continue learning. :rams. The Board of Control education programs patterns for the new Or Pw,00, .'" ior.., 5000 Her husband and Diem at Florida State Inivertlty. An expending program of tpproted the committee proposals blanket the state, offering conferences anti-poverty program for train- ,c,4 ,. NOM M ,.. IOM.. 01. TfMIVMorMIW

were killed. SMOKER? I .) adult education Is administered In October. short courses and Institutes big young adults Tomolo.OMK 00'.. 0055_.... *mol" **MrM .<.
Mrs. Nhu now lives In exile In through strategically located What does this mean to Mr.I for engineers, businessmen The Stat. W..L- 0.11O
Was Pipe JOBS XXHI a Depart meat of 5 .W HllltrMt, ContoMT O Or *OovoctM
Paris. By DR. ROGER W. AXFORD public community Junior colleges and Mrs. Floridian? It means teachers. and laymen. Fall Health, the Forestry Service, el.--
I
heavy clgvette smoker or only, '' Ol Mm.
Wrlttf for which now number 30. more opportunities will be trimester F1CCS enrollment this and numerous private agencies

50 YEARS an Associates occasional ol user the?late Roman, The AiMclaled Press with more being planned Television -available for continuing to'year In credit courses alone ex- such ss the Young Men's Christian ACM-_,00. ase.' ow wane MU. Will'" *j J.-tacM.owioroi 000CUCUUTIOH
programming has been learn. coeds 1500.1009 more than a. cton Ca'00.00 '.55's0041 W
I John S. Knight publisher of Catholic pontiff say be usually ST. PETERSBURG: (AP) Association disseminate 00 5 a PM. en ow.N..
in-
incorporated Into some Junior Needs and must be discovered a 40 cent
gaps I year ago per information which help adults 5m0r iL i0 OP 1- 5sP
limited himself
Knight NewsI to a cigarette or DG you have a real yearning 'en"P
college courses. Adults can and duplication elimi crease. cows en' n.s eso"o .
r Inc two. after dinner. for learning* I keep abreast of the limes. In 5'. -"..5wa'slOP won w .so I.
papers earn credit or learn Just for the nated. Coordinated and planned -|I The conperativt enemies addition, six educational TV I C-- 00n.0
"He chain ..
which Includes was a
P00 sos
(
I the Miami Her. says Thomas J. If so, as a Floridan yoj have Joy of learning.The I programs mean more for1 service: has a statewide network ,stanons are a vital force tot

aid and the De- chairman of the smoker"I'many opportunities available to committee was assembled -the tax dollar, and concerted of 27! county agricultural! and'continuing education thro. g b

( troll Free Executive Committee. continue your education. by FICUS Director Myron action win bring results. horn demonstration ag e a t s. (lobe Florida Educational TV Gainesville Sun
R. Blreon September It, l96 .' Statewide coordination hasbegun. Agents are backed up by specialists -Commission.
I Press was honored Deegan told Monday of an For example your State Department with representatives of the major ; Working together will from the University of I Mad .on.Mus --

[ at Akron audience he had with Pope of Public Instruction Florida adult echa lionalPllC'Wt be libraries, private and public'''Florida' and Florida A and M. I Even though the sUte Is growug P'ened ,.,...., isen-

I Ohio last John, and said the Pope smoked'assumes the responsibility for attending. Dr B lie universities agricultural agencies -!1 I The home economics, staff Is u population the educatioo-I won W 'a'e c--llie Fi.am. --
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I night by hunIdrtds -one cigarette after another dur.leg seeing thatyou, as an adult and his committee proposed to vocational and general located at Florida State University -al level Is gong dow* .as eonvprisoa I 204 A.cc...e PmVIduened
their half hour con.ertalloLSEPAUATE to the leveL In
of friends can complete a postponed elementary -the State Board of Control that,adult educators, health educators -;' FSU also offers programs',I nation ..esn'od es _m'd deNN
at a dinner or high school education. -the Florida Committee on Continuing -I television and radio. Industrial '''tor' professionals In adult edu 10, 13 per cent of Florid s i iI N P's Pow. OPSeceaeomdeUo ..
Us reaching the $6. adults bad less than a fifth ; P.
martin Education should commission and the'cation. I
year milestone la the newspaper Robert PmtM and his wife I I. Identify needs for adult educational FSES.Where. I The Florida State Employ.I(grade education e.mpaeddtth I II SATES IT
business. Akron Is Knight's have separated says a spokesman One of the action's outstanding I I: offers and',I a figure! of II per cent CASIIH' 01 MAIL
programs ol adult education services en a statewide there bj no colon the meet Service testing nationally I I Woo* ..,
home. i for the actor. basis. 'I Leaders those/ Interested la I .
through our public schools is ad.; people perish! ofvfcriun guidance for | too*. $! IS
t Facilitate! the exchange! of'I provide the Institutions I II 'finding employment or In retraining. Lut year the Lrgtolsrure esUhUhed -
mlnlst..... through the Florida ..ietWm os.Nbe
M .wd s
I Flees Buffalo---I II I division of adult and vocationi I plans and lnIorma bolt asr'o.ngl! and agencies for earning. Fin- Many a young person M advisory committee send N .........
agencies engaging In I rkfians know they are aevtrl is being saved from kfJeaeis i M adult I. II a till aDd Mos... 00 oa'oa&. Sseee 0a.
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HONOLULU CAP) -Restaurant I buffaloes kilo a corral near the I i eoVatwo. This Includes'educational nervier .Ioutl toe old toleant.. 'and potential tragedy by opnortunitK -FICUS was authorized to or.ganlie 0PEOPLE -..-.
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Is recovering Haiku Gardens restaurant Monday -courses in general education a statewide committee .m.'OP S
employs Henry bog I Md those related 1 1 Strengthen adult educational Neil tlflS I'Wlfa'pafqiue proved through the '" .0 .Seonow. -.
today from a thigh when they turned en directly to services through the encouragement fraiurt ha woutoilitahralba. 'Marpowtr Training sa < DofVftncrt ohruig education agencies .. .. -

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<&aitte5tIil1 CONSCIENCEOF MA ULDIN French Policy

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= I With the West.


c to SVLZBERGERo
= JOHN i. MAUIION/ ,......".. ... TIlE 4! B'I jiark aim"
.. Nflll
; PuMMiirt Mr COWL I" VIM Pml. I seeks I freeze on all
.:::rJorida'. Beautiful I N .a ID JOHNION VIM rmWMtM4 fA r PARIS French policy seemingly Alllanee until
:7 ....ut.... l.ttr; W. .. inn M r within the 'Western
SOUTH developments
"University CIty' .ItlMOLI Vtet PiMWtnt .M *.. important meeting between General de Gaulle and
wnlllnf, Dlnclm/ 101 TMT A OUONi, there can be a according : .
.. ..wr Johnson. The freeze, whichrennchtcepcus
VIM PmlMnt Clrculltlttt M. _, President during
By RALPH McGILL bone, should last I few months and mstalllzl
: THE SUN'S POLICY ....... rm* wiuii( Miikw have chance to size up Johnson'l poncy
0r... ,......, tot.> CMMUWIOT I the West.
R.port th* news fully And Impartially In tht newt column Issues confronting whether \ have personal,
2. Cxprtti the opinion of tfi. Sun In-but only In --idllorloli. The French wonder Gaulle reckoned"JKenne poll c y"
!. Publish all lldct of Important conlrovtnlol liiuti. Some2Party foreign policy. De parll dldrl& agree wlthltJndwanll

The Sun's All could be learn defined If, ;enwln" his i impressive> electoral triumph
telephones: departments 378-1411 to the French call I .bureaucratic

Johnsonwwhollybdependent on cabinet recommendatl n.i.

apparently calculate !It may take until larch
The French do not seem choosy
clear They
Educational Greatness becomes
before the answer Johnson talk but they
De Gaulle-
of I
about the location serious exchange: of
r rurmer Governor LeRoy Collins free and innocent examination of QueriesA would like It to be long enough for a

1 Suggests ways in which FlorIdians views. "ttr thjt to- the
ideas Gaulle has seen
an all-encompassing of De
array clear;
Issues are
make full two party system In the The to- jslnjlplomatlc -
.:jnay use of their university different ways of life." South? heaVY cavalry fashion he occasionally choose

", system, aside from the primary It Is on the shore, dimlyseen. I objectives, the general Ington -insisted on 1 forcfng

-' mission of educating young people. Collins spoke, also, of those There are beglnnln I I. accelerated I Inherent through the Multilateral Nuclear

But the Republicans who A crisis tendencies He put heat Force (M.L.F.) this I

., In a speech Saturday at The Florida who would divide us by the cunning know that they really lost the on West Germany and threatened year France might withdraw

State University, Collins said the use of emotional and imprecise lan South and gained only three to asphyxiate the C o m- from NATO. And be obfuscated
"
stales In addition to M'ssis-! negotiations i
role of any state university should guage. He urges examination of ALL ,--:: mon Market. He scstieredominous preliminary
alp$ and Alabama, which hints that if Wash- on "Ksnnedy round"tariff
_ia very broad. "It should become the values and ideas. If somebody callsa were locked up for Senator TILT talks. -

,.mainspring for progress in a state," political foe a "socialist," what Goldwater well before the But De Gaulle carefully!F I

"lie said, adding: "No businessman does he mean? What is a socialist? election, also know they lost NO END TO PROBLEMS controlled his crisis accord-
the more meaningful "outer- to his own pace and
Ing
.contemplating major improvements
Why should we spend tax funds "
on
South. (These were t h estates limits. He seemingly reasons
":1P his operations should consider foreign aid? What kind of worldare of Virginia, Florida I that the entire western comity

committing his capital without first we helping to build with this Tennessee, North Carolina, NeedMan Talent has reached I' historic I

Basking: What ideas do they have money? What is the proper relationship Kentucky) of turning point and tie underscoring

-about this at the university No city of the national, state, and local Why more meaningful? the Issues and possible

trying to come to grips with mounting These states had developed terms for settlement
? Is
governments
so-called big government Republican organizations that (EDITOR'S NOTE controversial.In considers himself 1
: Joseph half talking nobly but somewhat less De Gaulle
problems of municipal services really a threat What are for 12 years had voted Republican Atop will be guest columnist vaguely about the the area of educational the most "European' of

should consider finalizing its plans we doing in the U. NT And what are They were not stirred while Walter Llppmann Is on "great society." Now he must policy, to be sure, the PresI- Europe's leaders and despitehis

without first asking: What help can the advantages of membership? Is to vote for a Goldwater vacation) decide which he cares about dent Is now being widely dictates for International

jve obtain from the university No the criticism of the Supreme Court because of civil rights, medicare more. pressed to take a backd 08 r organizations, wants to establish
or other emotional\ from the ell I f f I- t h at
confederation
JOSEPH very
tbmmunity beset with problems of By AlSOP escape a
justified? And "The well
so on and program, one
on. sues. To them for the the
created
swap cult dilemma by economically I 1
WASHINGTON Is
politically
-For students
human relations should consider the placed prophet has said, "will
five Inner states was a net of that parochial school system of the and militarily viable. H e
remarkable ratUral
be about 70 cent
resolution of these differences with per great
But loss
Collins seems to be saying, phenomenon Lyndon Catholic church. sees Britain's labor govern
out first asking: What do they haveto these matters cannot be approached Governor Romney and the Baines Johnson, ,this i Is a er.society" and 30 per cent bank. His chief economist Walter ment as even less Euro an.

say about these matters at the as "indoctrination" as the Far If other Republican governors breathless moment.It Heller, has pointed out bit minded than Its predecessor
university?" (none Goldwater Republicans Is like To this thumbnail sketch of by fiscal 1970 the national and the London sponsored
In the airplane
Right extremists have tried to do. being
) already have begun should Increase by '
a man carrying water on both revenues European Free Trade Association
They must be examined in a dispassionate plans to recapture their party from which mere puny shoulders but with rather the staggering sum of $38 (EF.TA), set up

But the former governor, atmosphere such as only a from the extremist groups men first peered. downwardInto .more than twice as much wa- billion (b); and he has suggested \to rival the Common Market,
now director of the federal Com- free university provides.In and from the senator. the awe Insprlng eye of ter on one shoulder than on turning back to the as fading
the hurricane.
munity Relations Service, adds anote More, much the other some specific de- states part of this Increase- He regards the MLF. asa
GOP GOVERNORS and more will soon be It a r n t d tails can now be added. To eventually ss much as $3 billion political attempt to Isolate
o'f warning against political In. the political warfare of today, state chairmen who resent about the phenomenon's In- begin with, no one knows (b) a year. France and a military at-

terference legislators and others: words and ideas have become weap the disaster brought to their sides. exactly what Is going to be tempt to Impose on European

". .. no university can be a place of ons. As Collins points out, it behooves states by the Goldwater nom- There Is a lot more to be done, but this city at the MANY FEAR what may unsatisfactory strategy.He .

light or liberty or learning If politicians us to define our points of reference ination will Join with Republicans learned. Since Inheriting the moment does not look like the happen If the President triesto Insists there must be a
In the Senate and White House, the Presidenthas of sterile do- another straight aid-to '.
and the agents of politicianslean -to find out the exact meanings capital city a pass nuclear striking force in
House to that end. used his talents ss a mas- nothing government education bill These people matter how small,
the shoulders of its instructors of words Europe, no
on and context of ideas.
They will not seek to ter that the
manager of men to Insure In addition to the 12 famous are now suggesting that would be capable of
; or nudge the pencils of its stuTlents Otherwise the cynical wordtwistersare "throw out" anyone. Barry continuity. He has used task forces named b y the states, if given these large "tearing an arm off" an aggressor

There can be no place in'e capable of getting lots of mileage Goldwater will be left to play his legislative talents to drive White House to study such cash grants, will 'h e n spend without waiting fora

laboratory for the rigged experiment out of raw emotion and preju with his five deep Southwinners. through the Kennedy program large matters as educationand enough money on I Imp r ove- hesitant United States to
The national com And he has used his ment of their school I y s- make Its atomic mind.
no place in the classroom for dice. natural beauty, the President up
mittee was paralyzed during political talents In the c a m- long ago ordered all the tems. But t hat argument And a social fundament
the closed mind, no place in the library the
It will be left leaves out the
campaign. squalid
palgn. But these talents and underlines the general's
are government departments
for the censor's scissors not Let by all make universities alone.
us means our character of many state governments
knew The French fear
everyone be had. agencies to sharpen up their thinking.
If a university to be a true crucibleof great, but never at the expense The Issue 1 Is Joined. No one knows, however, Ideas and come up with pro- and it also glosses what Moscow Indelicately

conflicting thought, a forum of of academic freedom The anti Goldwater Republican what talent he has for foreign posals. The whole tewn Is over the Inherent undesirabllIty calls "economic Imperialism"a
In the outerSouthern of national
affairs And here the first churning with Ideas, ranging solving great process whereby the rich
states that went Democratic test will come soon, when he from pure gold to shabby problems through backdoors.. and powerful American In-
after 12 years of Republican has to decide goldbrlck. These objections have not dustrial and financial complex
to meet, or
support will not duck, the grim and u r e n t The the President has been overlooked at the White could take over Europe.De .
work with the Goldwater Republicans f man
oice of the House, however. A bold and
Gaulle believes If this Is
in the five states challenge In South Viet commissioned to make the
Peoplel direct attack on the problemof unchecked the continentcould
Nam. first analysis of all the task
that went for the senator. We aid to education Is now at
become U.S. technocratic
come back to the central 1 No one knows, either, what force reports, and of all the least an even bet. There Is a
I and financial satel
I .On The Sun's fact there Is the beginning talent, or even what view other Ideas from all sources, even a real chance that the Its
of a two party system. point he brings to the great Is his able young staff memo President will try to resolve i
This is reason o De
Otinlim 'M (.muni* *f I". -. .... ore wtktm I* the Vile t .f she >_I. ..I"", .. L...... But In at least five Dixie I I problems of domestic policy ber, Bill D. Moyers. As his the religious constitutional Gaulle's determination one to r'develop -
...../ be. l"l..rf end hue. the *''..* I ......... N.m.. will t* wlHihtM II rt ..end SCO wwft ni .....* fee mitten M .." see tld. .* the MM'. ,..try (.....* M n.4. Tk. Confederate, or Goldw a t e r, before long. Is he a creative the side of boldness In trying schools, by some such deviceas e a-
So. ........ tli. rlfkl N ralMl .., .kH or te ...trt.. M, wrtkwir .k..flf the wP.e'uM.e M party and In true American to build the great society, pons. He realizes vital scientific
.,.... no sense progressive, d I 11- than the side of giving part of his proposed and Industrial know-how
Republican. It cannot possibly gulsed In a ten gallon hat on conciliation aid to education !In the form
II mastered
In the
It
GOP Should fertile principles and sound of evangelism unlimited for' remain outside the moderate to look conservative e n o ugh of the bankers. of aid to the Individual child. Is because of this process obsession
leadership locally and proceedto adults, I deplore the brainwashing Republican In the for
Texas
party ? Or i Is he really a No positive prediction can that De Gaulle disturbed
"Move LocallyEDITOR cultivate a more sound future of a child In what; rest of the nation. The five- Texas conservative who pays THEN, TOO. It Is known now be relied on, to be sure, Britain's was so

for all\ levels of govern- may be a faith alien to Its i state Goldwater Republicans Intermittent Up service to our that the President has given for the President will not even on collaboration by for ttie4Concorde" reneging
Sun: During the ment. It Is our duty to illustrate parents, unless those parents i may not now think so, but progressive tradition* an emphatic first pr'orlty!' to begin to try to make up his -
put/ weeks I have consideredthe to the fine people of our consent they cannot hold control the thorniest of all our national mind until he gets back from supersonic plane. '
The weak
Democratic Party's asser- progressive community that MRS. BEVERLY PARSLOWAudience through another presidential I THE SECOND TEST problems, the Improvement Texas. Maybe the budget, Gaulle's point in De
:alone I.0 Its superiority of s modern, result producing election without a complete come when the will of public education Second and therefore the program, position Is nucllar.
President He
policy, action and leadership Republican Party Is now more change in policy. hla legislative develops priority has also been will be In the spirit of those force wants which a European atomic!
I have during essential than to meet pro- to the is not subject to
And In contrast ever given Intimately related unlit lights I In the White "
the past two weeks listened the demands of our time. From IHcksvillc IN ALABAMA, where an gram.the During the whole of problem of providing every House. But when the Presl.d81t'l has any American veto. But' he

tn the laments, accusations 1', J. LUKOSKI arrogant state political control campaign, he spent about ablebodied American with the mind Is made far not yet Indicated willing
77"-: forebodings of my Re- EDITOR, Sun On Satur- refused to allow the half his time rounding up the skills to make a decent llving more will at least be learned up ness to offer Bonn, crux pf the
to Its weak day evening we went to"Camelot" 1 support of bankers and big problem, an alternative to
Party as Highest priority for
publican Child's Mother names ot Democratic nation-, nat about what makes Lyndon M L. F.
nesses and questionable leadership at the Gainesville 1 al electors on the ticket Governor businessmen, and I h e other ural beauty would have been Johnson tick. by particljMttan In- a

In s sense I can understand GKcs View High School. Obviously t h e I Georgie Porgle W I (I- European striking large:
these reactions as perform ance represented 1 lace Is In
reportedly a state
being normal, but they are EDITOR, Sun: In her recent much t talent, planning, of shock He had o p pOI ed KINKS IX THE ARMOUR

unacceptable to me. letter to the Sun, Mrs thought creativity, and elbow President Johnson. (The
I see this national setback J. R. Thayer grease It was s beautiful, three states Indi
attempted to Justify Maryland, I IBy
U.the greatest opportunity I an abuse of religious free- well. executed show. ana, and Wisconsin where New Image for LBJ
Ins the Republican Party to dom by claiming Christian W. can only conclude that t Governor Wallace claimed I

show Its true worth to our motives for the abuser Saturday night's audience had I moral victories In their prt

nation by being compelled to She wrote of how hard It been hiding in a cave some manes, repudiated him b Y

art In a manner that will assure sometimes la to be an evangellitr where away from civilizationfor going heavily for John s on .) RICHARD WILSON White House. grounds, fraternizing can say for general knoWledgeand At that time Mr. Johnsoi
a successful: future for how Christians In oth- the past ten years before He had given aid and com- Chief Cowles with the tourist at the what he cannot smarted under the
!Iv.Party and the majority of er times sacrlfled their lives creeping out and finding I fort to the Goldwater. c a m. ttash'netnn' Bureau White Home gates, luncheon Implies
the voting public who will for their faith and how "the Its way to CHS In case this i palgn. To his dismay, the WASHINGTON D.C. It and dips In the White House The result Is that more people tkins He was talking of creating -
In life a commission
private think
again support It.Jipthlng truly born again believer audience should ever again I Alabama Goldwater group will be how they on morality -
Interesting to see pool with Important editors have ,
first-hand idea In
a of what government The 1 lid I
of the nationejection -
short aches to of what Christ perform the disservice of Inflicting
speak nominated cnnijresilonal candidates the presidential style of Lyn background sessions with "
kind of a man President Johnson was ripped off the Baker Investigation
.r- results could have has done for him.* In so doing itself upon a theatre- and elected live I of don B. Johnson changes as he various small groups of newsmen
Is than and
driven home better the fact she sought to Justify group, we would like to give them Politics Is any president who this Inquiry
among settles Into the 1 long, hard luncheons and dinners preceded him. This Is an Is shortly to be resumed. What
future asset
and
that the strength Initially "evsngelliers" who approached It some advice. other things, I' r u g ,1.I for months ahead. In victory, he with VIP's In private life, he will not wish to lose is not so generally known Is
of I political party are a nine year old girl on the 1. The overture Is meantto t power. Georgle! Porgle now bas donned the mantle of humility Is yet to be seen because it to be that has been
local seems the a grand Jury
determined at the street and enticed her off to s be listened to. The orchestra finds himself and his "party" and spared the public Mr. Johnson Is suck a gregarious -
prevalent Judgment of those hearing certain of the
aspects
levil. Acceptable party principles strange house without her la not playing for Its
own i shorn of considerable power further discussion of 1 Issues man and so often In who have had these Baker
contacts case.
and proven leadership mother's permission. I find amusement: H would rather The Dt'mlll'raUcIIrty\ of hirh had become tiresome nerd of an audience as well that behind the
In the cities and counties are the "evangellzer's" actions like to be heard. mhlcs. Rut larger than- These, and similar Inquiries
that state' Is a sh From now 01It Is a ques- as so anxious to be a 'peo life personal characteristics
necessary to Inspire the voter and Mrs. Thayer's letter 2. During the few seconds It t It remains to be seen wheth- tion of "how he performs, not ple's president" that he cannot also lies shrewdness knowledge will have to go forward whert-

to support his party's serviceto equally distressing, for I am lakes for scene changes, one i er this means a two party what he says, or how he says be expected to turn Into and ever they lead without Interference
tte people. Too, the voter the little glrl'l mother should sit quietly and listen to system for the state. Will the it It has annoyed him to be an aloof all wise White scale. ability on a big If the Washington atmosphere

will be better able to analyze Mrs Thayer and the proselytizers the accompanists. This Is not I voters who were so angry considered a cornpone humbler House occupant / la to be cleared up,

and understand the problems whom she defends the time to go chargingaround about civil rights be angry In196r. who succeeded I la the The President likes to be IT IS NO MEAN or selfishor and If Mr. Johnson II0 receive -
that confront our nation constantly apparently do not believe that 1.the dark steppingon t Will racial prejudice White House a shrewd sophisticated the center of activity A West vainglorious for the fullest meesure of
when he has a more only a parent has the right to people and getting drinks.It remain the most potent deep man with style sadgrace. Coast politician levlled to president to wish thing to be a respect which he wishes to
proper perspective of the \Isms say what religious Instruction is not the time to tell I South Influence The President has board his plane during the Indeed respected. deserve.
It Is
.prsented to him. Its child shall be exposed to. Jokes, clomp up and downstairs The Goldwater nomination spoken of this In precisely campaign was astonished to ; to command his responsibility Now that the election is
i.would therefore urge all They apparently believe that walk in and out, change and campaign was a disaster. these terms. r e-
find the President lying on a spec! The.e Is respect for over It may be argued that it
Rfjmblicans In Alachua County and- adults have the right to approach seats, gossip and engage In tVre presidential nominee I Mr. Johnson's accessibilityto table having his hip massaged )fr. Johnson earned by his Is better to let sleeping dogs
to regroup their forces trusting children on other Ingenious ways of creating Miller lost his and the media has
own city new exceeded while aides fluttered all handed take of lie because the morality Issue
sure over
concentrate on proving their the street and hire them off. a disturbance county by a heavy vote. Senator that of any previous around He was even moresslenlshed the presidency under critical did not change the outcome
worth and need by the citizen- Would Mrs. Thayer appreciate 3. When the lights are on Geldwater I barely president as he seeks to to listen to and will be forgotten before
circumstances
and his conductof
n."'Who knows but that Ala- having a child of hers outside, and the actors and squeaked through In Arizona) counteract hanh Judgments. Mr. Johnson's frank discus: the office since. Hot

chua County will present an stopped on the street and sent actresses are singing or talking Republican moderates, gov- This exposure undoubtedly skis with several "pool" reporter -
outdandiif Republican candidate off to a meeting whose organizers one should be quiet andUsten. errwrs, senators, congressmen helped him politically but representing all I the But there ls a flaw of which But from the practical political

for governor within the might as easily be child- and state chairmen may no longer be expedient news media oa this particularleg the President Is aware. This standpoint this to a

very near future? And one molesters as Christians? I When CHS has Its nfltf.sslonal pro have launched a fight to regain although it would be dean! of the Journey The politician Is the Impression that along risky attitude Even to the

day Florid will then undoubt think not. like performance, the party able la keeping the public as thought the President J with Mr. Johnson comes the purest of administrations sin

edly'offer capable favorite I hope that Mrt Thayer, If we tope that the audiencewill What' does this mean let fully Informed u possible. might be keeping the public atmosphere of special privilege bat crept In where least no
sees to national conventions ,h. rra4. this l letter will not not be strictly fromHicbvtile the Confederate Cioldw: at. r
just a bit better W e r ." d and corruption, an Ides peeled and a prudent pI'...-
for consideration as world feel( the vicarious pain of a Republicans tn the five states BIT WHETHER the situa- than discretion permitted But whkk was heavily exploited clint win hive made his noerd

jeadkis. Christian martyr, but will understand JAMES D. t LAURAWLYEFORD'IER at Dixie? And for a permanent tine win continue to call for Mr. John** usually kaa avery etaing IN presidential cam against sin king before
Let us plant the seeds of that while I approve two party system? Saturday walls around the clear Idea of what .be paign. Its inevitable arrival.




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a chicken from the Fryers brings In I II'i a chickens '. 6 For Your Heating
.' pn4vct ti farm to the Sunday dinner table from Georgia In 11 trucks pro- i Needs
FLORIDA FRYERS, I his come a long way from I cesses them the same day and "l". Il. SUDDEN SERVICE
the old market days when Mom t. 'i'" ,
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squawking feathers under her distribution plants. FLOKIDAi '}'tr-rs
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Chappel plant manager,Chappel explained, because the ", .
'WINN.JAMMER of Florida Fryers Inc here, a crop of chickens In Georgia la '1\; BEAT THESE
processing plant of Royal Foul-'small this season. te HUdt. M.|>, $t,50 v....
try In Camilla Ca, says about' *
30,000 chickens go through the' To maintain this high numberof vsta aetIMe.dPU.." ,.v; r rv _,nelw Hair Spray 89c
processed fryers and broilers \
plant each day. That makes I

STEAK ROOM about 150,000 per week. used, 550 per gallons minute of ;water and are 800 Shampoo MMICHGOOOTHaO:

"Our top capacity now Is pounds of paper 50 tons of ice, i I _
and LOUNGE 225,000 a week" Chappel said, and 1,006 wooden boxes are con- j' ,_ Full 16.... Lld'U5 I
"but business Is low." Florida sumed In a day's work. I ,
520 S.W. 2nd Ave. The home of the finest fryers in Florida, located taut of Gainesville on the Hawthorne Rd. you'll find SAT.NOV. 21, 114 I

L.......,.. 10 ...... t* 2 ..... the Royal Poultry Co. et QUIKSAVECAROLYN \
The ploci whtre Irltndt mttt
for Cocktail. Sondwichtt a A Technical PLAZA
Dtllcioui Sttek Dinner.OCMM '
da III U.'v.' A.. efreii Creep UPI 'I
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Why' Walk? Process I Gainesville:

When You Con Rt4 NEWEST
Ride For Only I The operation starts around 6 From there, the chickens are Fig 1 y.
when the first trucks scalded and o Night Spot"Orlcons"
$1 S per aim proceed on the con t
month from Georgia and Alabama veyer through a aeries of four
SUZUKISPORTSMAN'S* bring In the chickens The birds machines with rubber fingers
I are hung'feet up on a metal which remove the feathers.The
conveyer belt which takes them conveyer belt moves at a constant Win and Dine
t'J( to the slaughtering house. speed through the plant ot the NEW"ORLEANS""
Page said, fast enough to process
I "This Is a very importantpart
,500 chickens In an hour.
of the process, Sales I .
CYCLE CENTER ,Manager 0. R. Page said "If The next step Is removingvital
the man doesn't cut the throatin organs by hand- the liver \I 4J62 N.W. 1)th St.
617 N. Main St. I
Phone 376-0545 the right place he might,and gizzard are saved and \_ Ph. 3769191UiU It i,
strike a nerve which will 'set' 'the refuse, "of all", Is collected "
\the feathers In place so they throughout the process to be
I can't be removed." sold to a soap firm. Y' J L
Gainesville's I } furnish
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Bedding Center Large Payroll Shown above U the drat step after the poultry arrive, a worker U hown hanging the poultry on a j, .Ivrei arse0'.... ...'..w..,.+;.;;;:'';, "
"Where the Best metal conveyer belt. wiM'IIIIUau ITAMPJTPAST
Can Be BoughtFor I One hundred and eighty peo- hours In Ice tanks to remove '- DILVII'-,I
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Less"GATE I pie work In the plant, most of animal heat. : .p ; C.III7..UI1-
hem are Involved with the ,. !,. ,' 112 Hevtknue 5Nd
CITY phase just mentioned. About 20 They are packed about 20-30 -
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work In the packaging division. In a wooden crate with 40 'a s 4Y al
818 W. Univ. Ave. pounds of ke on top. Fifteento "{, 51di
Before the chickens are crate' IS refrigerated trucks then
Ph. 372-0441 ed for distribution, they are take them to the distributing 'I tIiJt1IlEJ7
sorted automatically according,houses In Orlando, Tampa, Ft. _. "
to weight; and chilled four Myers Beach and Bradenton. 't I \

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i' Problems I\ ." t DELICIOUS!

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For Here or Church. CHOIR,

With Seltct-A-Rhythnt Chappel said the main problem as five per cent of their original i 1 ITS READY TO OOIY \
Any Style In the process usually hap. weight. ?1 THI TIM
Any Finish pens before mechanical w e r k YOU ARRIVE
As Low As $695.00 takes over. "Sometimes the! Talking about the national
chickens are smothered beforewe ;chicken production business I FOOD
'FREE HOME TRIAL! I can uncrate them; this t Is Chapped said that north Georgia KING
GAINESVILLE urgent In the summer when It', HOSTS
produced seven million chickens
hot, Chappel said.
MUSIC CENTER a week which they shipped all 14)0 S.W. 1 13th ST.
1025 W.Univ. 111.5421WJlm Sometimes, chickens have to over the world. Royal Poultry PHONE 37I-U56
I stay crated overnight. During has two processing plants: one ,
this tune (they are packed 11 in Gainesville and one In Camilla --- -
to U in a coop) the chickens ; Georgia boasts 43 such
I "shrink," lose weight, ss much plants throughout the ,late. Over
Spit & Span U the way you'll find the modern up-to date fleet of truck lined up before the rrotnwlnf 60?
plant, ready lo take to the highways .

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I USIA's 'Day of Drums' Eloquent ,Elegy for JFI& I




By BOSLEY CROWTHERN. assassination In Dallas behinda I night Carl T Rowan director which he expressed the hope age. integrity, generosity, decency to be." i'and Mrs. Dean Rusk Secretary f Mrs Earl Warren and and the in t dip nv (J
Y. Times Motto handsome montage of color I of the USIA, greeted the]that "the United States will goon and peace that John Among those In the audience',of the Treasury and Mrs Doug of Congress ( ." 181 181berI
Picture Critic .hols. of the youthful PresidentIn I audience with a brief talk in being the country of dour Fitzgerald Kennedy wanted it were the Secretary of I t ate lias Dillon, Chief Justice and lematlc corps

WASHINGTON A magnificent his many appearances. Then I I _..
'and moving motion picture the note of tragedy Is picked ,
tribute to the late President up with shots of the face of'' Tale'
John F Kennedy, which people along the streets of ILyndon's Goof on Wedding Day Is Anniversary : I

under a tacit understanding Washington on the day of the _

with Congress cannot be distributed Kennedy From this funeral.there Is a fast I| By FRANCES LEWES celebrating the wedding anniversary .''The Rev Arthur K. McKinstry Tex. a spot of fond memories I was secretary to Texas Rep she thought her husband was a. f
In the V S.. was givenIts when ills I1\lto. _
world transition to the swelling o p 11 i I.;! WASHINGTON (AP -- "I I! I II 'officiated It was there Lyndon and Lady I I Richard Kleberll.I remarkable man .-
premiere Monday mism of the Kennedy inauguraland hope this marriage lasts," the Lady Bird Johnson still keeps I Their 30-year marriage milestone Bird had their first date -I Only last week, entertainingthe rled him remarkable T"I \ .
evening before an Invited audience think he
I minister said 30 years ago when comes exactly two weeks hotel' coffee,{ president-elect of Mexico still s
of government officials the spirit that moved the as i memento the Sean, Roebuck breakfast In the tot more about
the bridegroom, Lyndon Barnes attar the election la which the and his wife and know a
Johnson recalled he
Prenf dent ,
capital as the new I shop I( '
and diplomatic corps membersin Johnson, was In such a hurry he ring hastily purchased because I Johnion were assured another I Ii him," she added with I sinus
arrived. Mexico at
the 600 seat auditorium of It was all a far cry from the had honeymooned in "1 >tl9 .
""The White House would forgot to buy a ring young Johnson goofed on i four-yetr lease on the White! : Tonight the Johnsonrwj" : :
the Department of Slate have new meaning-the youth I They'll probably laugh) aboutit the day of their wedding In old House day they were married Lyndon, Xocblmllco, famed for Its float.Ing .(celebrate the occasion in privacy
a
Titled 'John F Kennedy: the Intellect and the vigor of again tonight at a family dinner .I SL Mark Episcopal Church In I They got the election returnsIn .'26, and Claudia Alta (Lady I II gardens ,I with their daughters, Lynda- ;

Years of Lightning Day of the Kennedy. the narrator party In the White House San Antonio, Tex, Nov. 17, 1914. the DrlsUD Hotel In Austin I.(I Bird) Taylor, 21. Johnson then II ]I Recently Mrs Johnson said,,20, and LucI, 17Pathologist.

Drums," It was produced by' says, as pictures of musicales, I a.
the Motion Picture Division of cultural and other .
gatherings
111,' U. S. Information Agency White House functions are Duval Won't I I i UF DoctorIn
Just Matter of Inches I
In the act by which this agency shown. a

was set up and In the annual However the basic aims of 1 U. S. Post
appropriation of funds toIL the new President are defined Call Special
it Is understood to be the as "The Six Faces of the New I
Intent of Congress that none Frontier" they being the Peace Cost 29 Lives on Airliner Dr. F William Sundermaa

of Its output of Information materials Corps, the Alliance for Progress Meet Now Jr.. associate professor of path

designed for circulation the space program, the ology In the University of Florida
in foreign countries, Isto, be drive for racial equality, the JACKSONVILLE: (AP-Duval By JOHN B. LENGEL thing on the next helicopter." College of Medicine, Is the
released to the public In the fight for global freedom and the :County legslatora say they LAS VEGAS!: Nev. (AP) By sunset, only a sheriff'srear tyt
U S. reduction of the arms raceThese I won't ask Gov, Farris Bryantto I"Just this much more and he guard remained at the site new national president of the
visualized in excellent would have cleared that ridge," Association of Clinical Scientists
are .
Therefore thin shinning 'pie.ture call a special session now to to preserve the scene for Civil
which will soon be in distribution news shots I deal with the county'. school a sheriffs deputy said Monday, Aeronautics Board investigators :!
this of optl holding his hands about two feet '
From high point .
around, the world and crisis
Dr. Sunderman who is also
,
mlsm there Is an abrupt cut to apart
Indeed shown simultaneously John Edward Slattery of the Washington
Sen.
was : State E. Mathews
'the scene of the casket of thede.d He was standing in hard- director of clinical laboratories
Monday night to Invited said Monday the delegation felt CAB office said, It, too
President being I borne packed snow SO
audiences in Rome Beirut and and nothing was likely to come froma soon to tell what happened. We In the University Hospital
the White House the
from from
Mexico City, cannot be shownto placed on the caisson for the special session aimed at day ridge yards called I don't know yet If we are going and Clinics of the J. Hlllli I

the people If this country to long march to the Capitol, with log off loss of accreditation for Arden Dome Bemer Schnltz Mary Travis to reconstruct the wreckage It Miller Health Center, was elected
.
whom Its of Inspiration schools in DuvaLA re-pllot Moslem would be an extremely difficult
message the drums rolling and the 13 public high that stopped a Sunday at the 26th annual 8111r'DER.ItAN "
"
should,n .. mean so__ much mourners marching along check of legislators from Bona-pia Air raty camp 500 feet below the',Job. I meeting of the Association In:
unless Tome special arrangement His office has Impounded the
Hereafter, the documentary other counties show they "have lines F27 turboprop dome was often silenced with'I Washington, D. C. .
is made for It Illustration of the Instrumentation not indicated a desire to chan ,'I Sun dayaJabL plane flight recorder .
The enly USIA film that of steps In the President's nel stale money into Duval An 29 radios blaring messages over search Slattery and two dozen other He succeeds Dr. Charles L. ,,

has had theatrical release hi program art Inter cut with County," Mathews said aboard died In CAB and FBI officials met MondaY Blunutein of Lima, Ohio. Dr. To Give Guest
"We need
the US was the 40 minute something to pry a night In Las Vegas. Sunderman who has served the I
the suectsslve
scenes of He also said a special session the crashFtepartfck loose ,
the
body from wreckage Lectures Here
documentary "Jacqueline K.nnedy's of the funeral so that Only 10 bodies had been identified Association M vice president ,
stages would Inevitably become Involved I I
I Send up a crow bar or some-!I
Asian Journey, and Clearly early today will lead the for
the effect Is ont of great activity In reapportlonmenj. -- --- -- :... group one I .
ible where he stood Dr. David B. Jones, internationally
that was released with the being embraced in disaster fgrom was year an
approval of the Senate but In Towards Legislators have an open mind Las Vegas' McCarran FIeld, known authority
triumph tragedy
without the House of Representatives the end as the fatal dayIn about a special session, however I nine miles to the north the destination Newspaper Publishers UF Student'' I II on diseases of the kidney and
approval The reverberations Dallas f Is documented from and did not close the door to of Flight No. 114 from i professor of pathology at At

from Capitol Hill art Its start, the viewer Is moved such a request Mathews said Phoenix Told to 'Think I II Syracuse University College of
still being heard to such emotion that the Impulse Bryant said last week he Pilot Hank Fitzpatrick, 41, Young'with I Award WinnerHarry Medicine, Is a guest I lecturerhere .
Thus It is not considered likely is to cry out "Stop!" would call a special session radioed McCarran tower at 125: I this week.
that the present picture, the The final scenes art of the only if the Duval delegation p.m., two minutes before the By CHARLES STAFFORD 1 newspapers I K. Delcher of Tampa,: During his week as t visiting
most ambitious ever made by Kennedy grave In Arlington, asked one and showed it would plane vanished from a radarscope .: BOCA RATON (AP-An) off!! "Today, more than ever before a student In the University of lecturer at the University ()f
the V.S I.A. It runs for 17 with the eternal flame flicker.j likely help the schools. I during a heavy snowfall clal of a national department ," he said, "We're interested Florida College of Medicine tai II Florida's College of Medicine
minutes and cost $100000 to log bravely against snow, and Mathews won a maneuver In The only persons who knew 'store chain today urged newspaper In reaching! every memberof first prize winner In the 1964 Jones will 'sent ts moderatorfor
produce will reach domestic the voice of the late President Duval Circuit Court designed to what happened In that two publishers to "think every household in every Research Con"st.of the American tIM monthly meeting of Hit
distribution without a consld speaking Indistinctly from a show educators that progress Is minutes art dtad young," and seek ways of "mak- community we served Newspapers Diabetes AssocIation. North Florida Pathologist Association J;

arable amount of public pressure distance, but In a strong and being made to provide more A swarm of sheriff deputies 'tog the daily paper more Important more than any other Delcher who was awarded Thursday.
being put on Congress" for resolute tone money to correct school deficit and volunteers removed all the I In the lives of young Amer. media hold the promise for SSOO for his research on heart Another well known medical
It.That The total affect tf the picture cles ,bodies from the i20o-foot high Ivan,." fulfilling that ,oal." I metabolism competed with I scholar Dr. William Bennett .

i is a shame becausesubstantially 1a to refresh ont's sense of the With consult of attorneys for ridge on the western flank of I Lee S. Moore of New York I Ii However, Moore said, the Penney : post doctoral research'ph}si- Be.au will deliver the second 1,
"John F Kennedy great tragedy but Inspire l a tax assessor Ralph N. Walter, Las Vegas Valley with the aid of i sales manager of the J. C. Co., Is concerned by reports'clans throughout this countryand I lecture of a series in the
: Years of Lightning, Dayof strong fueling: of regard for the Judge William U Durden granted helicopters from nearby Nellis ney Co., told the Southern that Indicate a lack of consistent I' Canada. His Investigations history and philosophy of met'
Drums" Is a superior documentary Kennedy program, which the Mathewi' petition for disclosing Air Force Bast paper Publishers pen-I readership by young were conducted during h I Is''trine lectureships Friday 4 4at
picture which articulately narration assures us Is being The plane did not burn. It that his firm spends the '
data on Walter's current people. I course in experimental medicine U:39 p.m. In the. Medical..
and artfully combines i carried on by President John' reassessment program to Dr. broke apart and Its pieces Jave- bulk_. of Its advertising. ..An awareness and apprecia under the supervision of Center Auditorium: ;
comprehension of the basic son.The Herman Trick of Tallahassee, )lined northward across the top - I lion of newspapers should start Dr Melvin Fried associate I Dr Bean; a wit and homorist,
aims of- the martyred prtsldenl film was written, directed chairman ol the Florida Com of the In dome Bodies were Culm Harvests j jI I II early, probably at the elementary .. professor of biochemistry and is noted for his breadth of liter
with excellent ( thrown
and direction.
and for him provided an every
an eloquent elegy mlttee of The Southern Association school level," he said "We Dr. Joseph C. Shipp. aseociatel ary and academic interest He
ft with the voice of musical score by Bruce Conversation at the i
\
begins I of Colleges and Schools tempo- Sugar EarlyMIAMI may need the help of teachersand professor of medicine in the Is .the head of the Department f
the narrator (provided by Gregory Herschenson Frick's committee has recommended I school administrators to I College of Medicine ,of Internal Medicine at IowaJustyourstyle fi,
Peck) reflecting upon the Before the screening i last : Fla. (APCuba) Is
I loss of accreditation because I School Aid help establish this early Interest I
start In harvesting
getting an early
of failure to correct deficiencies But wt shouldn hesitate I -
I sugar cane, Its majordollar
principally shortages Views I'to ask for such help /
I of teachers, custodians and textbooks Given crop.Hav.na "No text book has yet approached i

Shaken Vieiver- ting will start Radio Nov.reported 30 and mill.I, the newspaper as a:i
I The assessor said his reappraisal By Spellman Ing Dec. 3 in Plnar del ,source of vital up to date, usa
program will ,be com i Province. I ble knowledge" ,
Meted next year, and the nprlll) VATICAN CITY (APThe Traditionally the sugar hare Moore said the search for I fc5aft:

'Tore Heart OutBy I'would be secret until Vatican Ecumenical Council put vest has been a JMay affair techniques that will attract, and'
A delegation of about 200 the finishing touches on Its major from January to April The Cu- hold young readers may not I'

I'xens Induced the county CItJ.1 doctrinal proclamation of ban Sugar Growers Associationin prove simple, but "newspapermen t
BARRY SCRWEID Kennedy family at the M- sion to go on record In shared papal-episcopal power Exile attributed the early have never been afraid to1 i i 'estt
WASHINGTON (AP) Sometimes minute showing was Mrs Robert a reassessment program by today An American cardinal harvest to a need for Immediate tangle with problems, simple orl I i OL

In glowing color, sometimes I F Kennedy, a atster-hslaw Independent firm. .,then urged the assembly to declare dollars I complex"
In somber black and of the slain President. She hurried The commlssoon also transferred Itself In favor of public The meeting, the SNPA list]
white, the years of John F. Kennedy away In a limousine I Its share of race track taxes i funds for religious\ schools. I Egg Market I,anniversary convention eontln-l I

moved across the screwrttchtd Visibly moved was Angler about $200000 a year, from a I Francis ,Cardinal SptDraan of JACKSONVILLE (AP) -The ues through WednesdayATTACKS.
out and revived the Blddle Duke, chief of protocol I road and bridge fund to the New York, opening debate 01eounclleche.ma \ a Northeast Florida Egg Market, EIICKORYarlntcAS
pain of a year ago."Have Ha tried to leave a message for schools effective October 1965. on Roman Catholic prices to retailers:

you ever seen anythingthat ,the USIA producer. George Conservative estimates are, schools and universities, I Extra large 4M>, mostly 41; i
heart out Stevens Jr. Tears welled b his that $t million a year more than I
so
tort your com told the council It should\ amend large *47, mostly U; medium ?
the current $37 million would be
"
Sin George S. Me- eyes at he said: TtH him -
pletely the document state son luetttslcitrlsraaletrr
to
Govern D-SD-, asked a friend ten him tell him I'm .ladl needed to get the schools up to that "tht religious orientation dearly of 131-31 mostly, mostly 111 M; small 1134., on souxaox vvax,j s/
after the premiere showing of we were In Ireland together minimum standards Dr. OuMi Gnwi MeuntabiuTiitTic
schools ought not be an obstacle 1 Poultry at farms' 14H turtis 1
The film which Ken fryers maims w
covers
the U.! Information Agency's I to their Inclusion In sub- .- -
memorial movie "John F Kennedy nedy's administration from the\ Quite an Act j'sidles for the state-
: Years of Lightning. Day day of his inauguration until the He said the schema should'1I' '
.
of Drums. day of drums the day on
PRICHARD Ala. AP) say that "Justice and demand
equity
The late President Food for which be was burled was
Jordlnprob.bly
Rookie policeman J. E.
that
a proper portion" of,
Peace director mat well have prepared by USIA for showing
will be getting some
public funds must be given for
been speaking for all the New around the world.
instruction soon from fellow of.
Frontiersmen who made up Gregory Peck is the narrator religious schools
fleer Goldman how to
Monday nights blacktle au- The film Is alternately In black Danny on Coadjutor Bishop Leon Elchlnger '
dienct -- and for those who and white and color because handle a pistol of Strasbourg. France, 65 Dodge Polari A big handsome) hunk of machinery that's

were so moved they left the film clips from various sources Jordan bent over to pick. ups supported Cardinal Speflman on raising eyebrows all over the country. Outside. neat
auditorium used. book Monday shortly after reporting the matter of public funds for
State Department were clean distinctive. Inside. inches bigger than last year
Color of the final for duty at the city Jail Catholic schools a Issue I.
major
unable to speak sequences Quicker, too. With 383 cu. in. V8 standard equipment that
"I still cant get used to day when the President's When he stooped, his pistol fell In the United States and hi
seeing those pictures." Secretary body was moved from the Capitol From his holster. He picked up many countries I' likes regular gas best Climb "m and take a look around.

of State Dean Rusk said In to St Matthew's Cathedraland the gun and It discharged. Besides debating me schema I' Appointments and trim that you would expect only

a choked voice to Jacqueline to burial hi Arlington are Goldman suffered the only on the schools the council voted on more expensive cars

Kennedy's mother, Mrs Hugh threaded through It. making the injury-a sore head. The bullet approval for the final' text of Its : r Nicest thing about the '65 Dodge Polara If the looks joint,
AuchlnclossTht day of drums a recurring shattered an overhead light theological statement that
,key and luxury get you going the price won't slow you dovvn
only other member of the theme. which fell on Goldman share
I bishops collegiality
au- '
Dodge comes on big for 65.Wny not core"
with the the
ihorlty Pope ever
Roman Catholic Church. -I. t long for the ride > At lOur Dodge uler' i.

The council of prelates voted

t.MM< to accept the last minor
-4 amendments to the third chap-
ter of the schema "de ocelesla,*

on the nature of the Church.

The margin of victory appeared i a.. ,.
unusual A number of I
conservative prelates had ekaJenged -
tht concept almost\ to tile I

very end
.rl -yr M Con.o..vaUprel.tes had'

argued that the concept known I
u coIleglalUy. detracted from

+ e the Popt's primacy and might
border M beresjr Prominent I

.,' progressive prelates noted that
I I the schema says the bishops.
erclse shared power only with
sane unseal "
C+Y ; I him.the Pope and newer without iCHRY9tXYeeM


The third chapter abw approve 'BE Dodge Polar
I the rreattmt of a permanent
Kennedy lcnuu'inll\lolcll'n\'l'ilc(1 dlarwtaif with many af the

iam dillies at priests Mature. GABLE
PO atE MOTORS
This model of the design fore permanent memerlal at the grate of President married lIMe will be allowed tt
John F. Kennedy is Arlington National cemetery WM unveiled] hi \\Mh- become deacons bat younger (If Set las AVINUI GAINISVlUl. FLORIDA|

ingtoa Monday. The memorial was) designed by architect Job C. Wamerke deacons nraat be celibate and .
and baa beets approved 'r the Kennedy 'ImO,. venue single ... e.a .. sew aaomr sec.sr CIIICII eea .err wse. -
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H I Youth- Bests Storm ,



I r[ISEEby In Rescue Attempt I


1 I''
the SUN WILLIAMS, Ariz (AP> A17yearold being amputated," said the boy ..

i youth, fighting frostbite "Then I woke up."
I and a raging snowstorm, He set out for help when he

brought rescuers to his hiking couldn't awake Clark who he
GENERAL HOSPITAL counMOUII nCO'OII find,said was still breathing.
e'1. NNO companion Monday only to
November 11W4BIRTHS I n.o am" him frozen to death In Arizona's i Forest rangers found the .

I I srt ciw, ,. ChiIII .. Ir.ntM D. rugged northland 'youth In a blinding snowstorm

1 Sheble I C'I.. Mcl_ .. IM1A .. McBride was which left 14 Inches In the area.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Young Michael
t 4431 NW 13th St, a girl; Mr. MCUM.-C..IM e. _.., V, Onrwi WhnltrJtvct I hospitalized with frostbitten feel The boy led them to Clark, who
ii I M. to* .. OoMM L F.MAuartv was dead.Coconino.
and Mrs. James a Williams, "' M. I. IkUtMM v. D..14I after his futile attempt to save sheriff's deputies

SOS NE 22nd St., a boy; Mr. I a.I IkkXMWJMWMM .,. Phr4 t. J. W dies*, Abram William Clark, SI, of said County the elder McBride
and Mrs. Richard L. Tolbert, Real Gardens. Calif.
Binm tn IM*
Mr. HUM 0 V'... 0.... L WlrM, JrMlMlK : search was to begin today and Mrs. Clark never reached
1111 SE!: 19th PI, a boy; Ian .. IMflrd C. IIIIM.PtoMitt .
the ranch.
w and Mrs. Jack Johnson; Rt 2 awn am,,, darks' wife, Nellie, M, and
CM' of O.Mn.nul" .. No a, alrleMI.a. I--A Me- The storm left snow caps on
Box 371NS Copeland Settlement, ....1_' dan"n.PMrwm youth's father, George Mountains -
historic Superstition
r the
e. C' .. INn k_ 1M.. Aria Temperaturee
Mrs. KennethD. of Jerome,
and
a boy; Mr. -'m.. $'ecNwrwMus 40 miles east of the
?2 w Yount, Box 1071 Trenton, a-.w v. OMAN erv'eM, were expected to drop to desert city of Phoe
prawlnu
UII' 'Mnq C. M 0.1.11I.
Mq
Fla. twin girls; Mr. and Mrs. .... ICC rv1M, .d 011.6oe. near zero In the canyon country nix. Snow Is rarely seen on the

x 4t Ralph L. Hunter 2414 SB 13thSt. ., "'III s ..w14u.,1"1e where they were last seen. where nearingsummer
Superstitions
Ceo. v k'.ns, had been packing
I The four
.. a girl. .
exhaus'tines
l t H """'V Wt.MUl'Mt days and heal
t tnc Into rugged Tule Canyon
M n>' L PM- supplies
...., are more common.
ADMITTED ""'em M'Mwr.Mm. Williams where
of
south
LM"" "AmIMMMM' '
." ,... ... a Temperatures were expected
Itray V
p' L. "' rocktr "" C'N.n Clark planned to return on
I'- $ Clara Crawford. Sara .. a rwk.f'vllwTioull lo dip to 10 below at some northern
,,. In the
a' er.ve expedition
Hinson. Paul- IIMI.II U. 0.u- rock-hunting
Johnson, Paul R. MM McyMrrf, M, (tirxin Arizona points. All major
rp- ine Williams, Walter E. Mlxson spring highways In Arizona and New
backup
Jr., James L. Burke MaryFrances .RMMI...,.. MM'Men Orl, J.. a.U....'.111.OnKinvlM.C Clark and the boy hiked Mexico were reported open( but
Elwood UHagan *,i.M L... K OMnravllK, LvtltRontjM the canyon to the truck The
... z:: ', .......- Whitehead | ...... S3. Oatnuivlll however driving was extremely hazard-
..
t.- v ,, :; Charlie i B. Hunter, DanIel _K 0 Mesa N, 0.,lMi.IIU, C.fly vehicle stalled In the snow
TV tMPraaJnP.K.Yonge classrooms pipe scenes 1 ike this to collect classrooms a half-mil away where McMullen, Kathryn Clark, "i L.VOA.kh"_.t.'_liver l,*., M OtinMClirxKt .OllHira-...... ai the two attempted to Oil!! -- -

future: e reh. rs-hidy techniques. (UF Photo) Hazel Mounts, Betty Tolbert, I*.Will'$.'...... Lynn ROM hnlI.,".I.,1.tl.', N.,..n'..i"'..v. 'drive toward a rwvlwvoua ranch with Now Many Wear
Ruthanna Schweyer, Ann D. d.rd.M Oar.... AM ._ r. the others at the
.1..11.. I The youth and Clark wa1k..dabout FALSE TEETHWith
Sandra Morton, Patricia
Shepherd,
Future. Teachers Learn 0. Johnson, all of Gainesville 10 miles and tried to builda More Comfort
the
ot
41 but the Intensity
fire
; Helen A. Johnson, Miami; Refugees PASTI'IM"I. DIn' .15.11.
snowstorm wn! Increasing and fooo."III's pnwd'. halo' lal"t..M
Ellen J. Corley Alachua; Ellen "u'.. .rml, To..' >nil ulk In men
Bell Car Cuba they failed. comfort, lu" .>rtnkM a II'''. PA"
Mathews, ;
Yvonne Escape said he and Clark 't IIa1: 'H on sour pl.tM. No IlImm,.
olyn W. Sandel, Lake Butler; McBride peas .**.. or lMlln, Chwlu ..
f."rtr ,
With then fell asleep I pin odor" "" .rwMl. O.
TV Camera 'Eye'The Owie Salyers, Hawthorne; Or- MIAMI, Fla. (AP) -- Forty-. "I dreamed my feet were I tAeeaarse .\d..nr dose .Ouot'.
Willlston Wilbur
ville Foroen.! ; one refugees from Rod Cuba
Anderson, Bronson; Mar git have arrived this week, the tint' .- .
Cooper, Shamroch. 'large contingent to make It In a I

University o(Florida is approachilng a new milestone The picture Is piped by cable to the main lecture roomsof DISCHARGED month. SlUt

In educating future teachers through the use 01( television. (the College of Education from the laboratory school a The new refugees Included: (Okntrsuilk

Remote control, closed circuit television cameras zeroed In half.mile away.A John Glenn, Ellen Rent r o wand Twenty-four in a hijacked i

on classrooms dt the P. K. 'Yonge Laboratory School enable feature which makes this system unique allows the baby boy, Martha Jones, fishing vessel. i A i iL
MERCHANDISE
the student teachers to view actual classroom operations Instructor to operate the cameras by a control panel from Wilma Wllkerson and baby girl, Fifteen in a boat picked up by MOVES:

through the eyes of the cameras. his position In the college classroom. LaVon Jackson and baby boy, a freighter and taken to Key i

The panel Is equipped with switches which enables him Carol Mayo, Patricia Hutchln- West

I to focus on Individuals, as well as the entire group. son, Lela Locklear, Christopher) Two who flew a .mutlrcropduster L

1936 Was Worse Student viewers can observe the pupils with the Instructor Box, Alphlne James. plane to Key West.

for the first time and can discuss the actions they POLICE. FIRE REPORT

saw Immediately. I Accident Roundup I ,mt an mn oiii numttiiv" to'.ANIIJ1I," ... nnt IT mtmmt BUTHIFM' mowers ce.
-
""' !1IeII't smiim.nll..nII""U"1
Under the old method, still used occasionally, students

Declares Halleck observed through a one-way viewing system at the school. Involved In accidents reported
They watche4 classes at various times during the week and by the Gainesville Police

later wrote a/paper on their findings. Department and the Alachua

One unusual asset Is the use of video tape, which makesIt County Sheriffs Office dur I n g
WASHINGTON (APRep.) cans have been able to win onlya
possible for viewers to the within the
see scene again the past 24 hours were:
Charles A. Halleck sat In his few congressional seats In the
class
sam period because of the speed with which the tape
quiet Capitol office, surveyed past Outside the South, Senate can be replayed. Flossie S. McPhadder 673

the elecUon'resultl and said, Democrats who will be up for Another advantage of this tape 'Is for those taking late NE 17th St. and Bettie S. Darns,

"The '36 debacle was worse re-election appear to be entrenched afternoon and evening classes. Since P. K. Yonge la not In Waldo, at 5:15: p.m. Monday at

I than this. I in several states which session at night, a tape of the situations which were observed 1200 W. University Ave.

The House Republican leader I have not gone Republican recently during the day Is shown for them. William D. Mayfield, Rt. 3

[from Indiana told a news con- Dr. J. B. Hodges, director of the P. K. Yonge School, and Audrey L. Gornto, 5M NE

ference: "I can't read Into the The Republican drive to gain said, teachers are finding the televised session to be a chal 23rd Blvd, at 12:10 p m Mon

results any great mandate to Senate strength In 1966 Is likelyto lenge. day at N. Main St. and Uth

1 i change the course of the coun be centered on Illinois, Oklahoma I Chrlsta Klnzy, third grade teacher at P. K. Yonge, said Ave,

try." New Hampshire, Michigan Instructors and students are seldom aware the cameras are Hazel M. Simmons 104 E.

As for the Immediate, specific Montana and Oregon.All In operation. She said some students do notice when the .University Ave. and Ronald W.
he said "If I but one of the 14 Senate camera first comes but
consequences, you on quickly adapt to It. Gechler, 406H NE 1st Ave, at
ask me I guess medicare will go Republicans whose terms expire Dr. Kenneth Christiansen, director of educational television, 1:35: a.m. Monday at W. Unlver

through." He referred to medical in 1966 are from states carried said the remote control system has three primary functions: city Ave. and 15th St
care for the elderly under Nov. 3 by President Johnson.I to transmit, to receive-either live or by recording-and to
Social Security which has been The exception la Sen. Strom originate. Fire Calls

stuck In "House'committee despite Thurmond of South Carolina, a
"l a who turned Republican Next placement for this new equipment will be In the J. At 1:55: p.m. Monday an auto
President Johnson's prod- Democrat Goldwater in thegathering Hillli Miller Health Center, site of the University of Florida's tire at NW Sth Ave. and 17th
f!: din?. support student nursing program, Christiansen said. St. Minor damage.
He also said Johnson could campaisn.Proposals I .

"rohably Ret through his pro- for rebuilding the
nosal aid the Republican party will be discussed GIIS Music
:, to Appalachia arts
Dec. 4 and S when the SOMETHING NEW
a key part of his antipoverty ,, ,
program. nation's Republican governors In>, the Round'Is .
Chi
meet either In Denver or .
Coldwatcr bow
Should Barry a WESTINGHOUSE DOES ITIT ACAIN f""ewR l 1-
out of the national .B ub1lcan cago. a
WASHER
Planned A NEW TOP LOADING _
'
picture after his detect Iu. the 1t

presidential race? :; Film: to Show k t
"Adlal Stevenson' didn't. bow NazareneMissionaries Gainesville High School' BIG-15 LB. CAPACITY A b IM.

nut did he'" sajd-!: Halleck chamber orchestra will presenta vv' '
(
"And he got licked pretty bad. l program of "Music In theRound" S The Heavy Duty Automatic Washer That's f// I....

Halleck had kind ..wordsfor Thursday at 7:30: p.m Gentle Lamb with Clothes.S ,,
at a w ,.
'?publicaivJIatlonal! Chairman From Darkness Into Light"rjsun4 In the G. H. S. Teaching Audi J '

'Van Burcir' adiT *rnany' and color motion picture torlum. Biggest Transmission of All Guarantied
The will be centeredIn '
players
-'anges In tluJlepuUL'can\' Na: missionary showing work Nazarene around Foreign!thetirld the circular auditorium and For Five) Year jy/ ; ;
t'onal' Committee were Itsj own
I will be shown at 7.30p.m. the audience will surround
/
responsibilities not hll rom"It'I' .Wednesday'.at University them, an unusual stage audience ...
Asked comment on
to
concert arrangement
Avenue Church of The Nazarene -
of discontent In tha-party with! The program la directed by ..te' P
:
his own House leadership Hat Included In the film I are Mrs. Dorothy Reaves and In ..
leek said, "No one has said anything Indian eludes selections from the work
of Aguaruna
scenes
antagonistic to me." He work In Peru, hospital work In of Mozart Corelll l, Mendelssohn ...
w'd' he had read such things In Africa and India, dedication of Edgar and Hoist Attendance! It-

newspapers and "from time to the Sidney Knox Church In New by an invitation only. Invlta ,

limn they've had ms chewed UP 1 Guinea translation of the Kek-. lions may be secured in the r t jO .

and;; dumpedtfltd tte ash can:. 1(chC Bible Id Guatemala,. and a school office or from members 4P r

On the SegittTar: of Csattol1 graduation ceremony In Japan. of the chamber orchestra. .
.
Hill, Sen. Karr-fi.' Muno\ R- The picture, produced by the I Players participating In lilt ,- rw I
S.D., said he hopes Sen. Thru denomination's Department of I concert are: violinists Car If

ton B. Morton, R.Ky.. win continue Foreign Missions Illustrates Poole Ayfer Yuksel. Joy e e
Philmon Porter Home, Geraldine
,
chairman of from the Nazarene I
to serve, as where money Davis, Linda Sheffield. Ml
the Republlcsn senatorial campaign .General Budget Is used chad Holmes Janeen Larser t' E ,,ease. tellffAn '
committee. "He's my around the world. The Rev. T.
vWlsts Mar
and Smith
choice If he-will take It." Mundt Earl Rowan, pastor of the Patsy ;
Carl Horne, and
)Jory Wyman,
said In an Interview. The South church Invites the public to see 'Roy Fraser; cellists Larry Wit

Dakotan will\ lit seeking reelection the film and attend the services. mot Joy Hetherington, L y n r

In MM. Tyner, and Suzanne Tatham
Nineteen Democratic and 14 I The motion picture I Ia a partof string Bans players Dsvld I I

Republican Senate seats win be the monthly meeting of the I Zimpfer, Kit EDerbe, and Ha' l .f' !

at stake two years from now. 'church's Foreign Missionary Wilmot; and pianist, Jerry ", ;
Seven of the Democrats are Society, directed by Mr. and Greene. i. ; .

from the South where Fepubll-.Mrs.. Frank_Eaby. \ .. 4r

Outer I'f
Space

Lincoln High to Host 4CarniarHUNTSVTLLE Heavy Duty Top-loadlnc Wither LAF700 r 1Y" r rt d ..r
,
I 4 Automatic Wash Cycle Position I "ttZLNo
I Automatic Water Saver New Lint Filter \
State Teachers Meeting Ala. CAP .
Civilian engineer and Water Circulation System e Porcelain
space agency Cold Water Wish and Rinse
Enamel Tub
win hear an address have concocted a device to tes

from About an 500 over-KUMl the state teachers will\by Dr. Maurice Ahrens. assistant tolerance of rocket guidance Uvstruroent .Safety Flush Ud Rinse LocK plus Deep Rinse Automatic one hides these bottlesIt's j

gather here Friday and Saturday dean of the University of *.
when Lincoln High School I Florida's College of Education. The testing apparatus combines
hosts the annual meeting of !the I Topic of the talk by Ahrtns I lilt vibration and I pl. ONLY No Down

Florida State Teachers Assocatwn. |will be ":'few Era, Commitment I nrng features of the carnival' smart to bring out the Old Grand-Dad when special 1 gueStsare =
I I a Out Professional Standards.* whip and octopus rides. It wtl! .
J of the world'sfinest
Them of Use conference win' Beginning 13c. a n. Satur. simulate "bumps and grinds' $1,04. Payment expected. But don't limit your enjoyment =
will deal!of rocket / to 10 Marshal alone. Old Grand-Dad =
be directed towards InformingFlorida I''day, six workshops flight WITH Kentucky bourbon those times
the work- with various teaching and pro. Space Flight Center engineer -
of like
teachers occasion. tonight
bigs of the Teacher Education feuional subjects.j I bow the aeshlve r e t kt I Ibrain" MONTH Trade can turn arr l evening Into a special
I the workshops will react to condition
darda Conducting parts
and Professional S t I a
be Dr. Edna Ambrose and Dr. ,they wiQ encounter to act e a
TEPS) col!!! 1SieII.
There win be 'a general session t Peter T OUva both W the Vatseemly flight
Florida College at U. Other Ints Involve a 12tfoo: I
Friday evening and workshops tf CHACE and KITCHENS GrandDadea
James Teacher for determining K Old
the faCuficf day. 'itwitfcn faculty! ; high lower
Otha Florida State College ai St A* celebration, tolerance and ar
F ;.wing remarks by ON THI SQUARE
Nealy principal Uncola High IgusUne. Dr. Phil Comtana, TVUnvote acoustical chamber to deter

1 School! and Cleather Hathcoei.! : Mrs. Jane Arnold mine whether the Instrument Your Westingkouse Franchise Dealer PROOF AND 100 PROOF. BOTTLED IN BOND
Teach.I Samuel A. Hunter and Mildred ess lake the metal tile rock
1 president of ttIt Alachua -
I trs Lisa Friday evening IN[I,;! Cooper all ef Tallahassee blwtott





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Os 010lY M.In.fts" ? docilbhd. Unknown M recorded m Plot look $0

;" o Jfrm Bark 3lmr. The new supermarket thing defies -be rocks on the side. The rocks' of hipsters drops by the You commenced ere hereby netltled oa.ln"AI met a wH In nnbeen tMIlghm ,POlIo IRO 'lot. .Norton I 'Pogo I.-..'. Ids Public flOOdS ol Aiechuo'

WASHINGTON The new description. Suffice It to will no longer be Ice cubes but''' wayside Judlclol Circuit Court el Florid.m 07 wooderd Ave, C_ .,Tr7'ento::::: y'ol loS WIthIn, III ''''''
Norweik
to .
refusing give up last louth ol me line el Hole Rood MO.Section
ond tor Alochuo County ityled Thornm ourvey
catalogue of next )'ear'. things say that there Is a great dealof genuine rocks. To be absolutely, year's things insisting that this Oil Compeny, et ol., ....tI'.., v. aiD '.'.1 14040.1504, MM eurvey line. being,
., olJ.lendnit .. J. A. ROM doicrlbSd, 101105005IV .
.
:. ii just out, and it's enugh to plastic hosing and aluminum with it, of course the hoste swill year's 010 >LOUIM tor the Montgomery purpoM. ol iletlng et R. P. OIIMley n.'h ,.... of SocIlso' ,SoTown"'l.
things too far.
make and Involved. It will express more want to have a set of Imported go Hie to IM following deocr.bed ml, prop-. N. Y. II South Renge n 'oct-ole)
r a person give up resign 'I sIte In AlKhu. County, PlorldoiPARCIL i ISO let I Mint IOJ I. 10 Met ...t.." trorn tho
himself to being pane Intensely than ever before wom.an' rocks bearing London These people keep a body of llCommence |Nellie Robereon Rowttenley Soumwoot corner ol MM eecllenll' run
S. '. D. 31" lawS
q
Staying hip In 1965 will be harder 20th century determinationto labels. It will be expensive but, tradltionalsm alive in the country Section." 34 ot Towneblp me Northooet II South cow, long.M -.. N. Y. 532141 Ihence Met North M 4 IM degree.North line ol lettton

: than ever before. go to the supermarket n o It will be worth something to They are the people who II' Int 40" ,wIll end MSt7 run North Met, thence 01 degren1 run Out IRQ!.!. let Wilkerl I tool IS M Molorly 505015.4 trorn 001005.mo Northwnl.5 5 polIo corner 34440

Most of this matter what she looks like. have an honest drink again and help preserve such Institutl o n s louth 11 degree or M" Writ I7IM l n JOTMO. Conn.ItreetNorw.lk ot SIlo\ ot NW'* ol Section 15 Town.
year'i things are Met, thence run Won mOl Mel. "Ilp 1 II loulh, Rongo a loot,
out Extremism the frug the The new thing In art will not still remain in fashion. as Guy Lombardo Elvis Presley thence run "North' 8 degren It' 41", I SOD '1471Lewrenco W.lkerItl C001aIISI" -1I.u:: : more or tooo so0500105 -

be "found art" -the school I hair knots for WOO 111 feet to tM louth R W olme 4 e right ol say.OWIdOD .
with
@ watusl the swim, hair c U Piers, Black humor will not be exactly women Plemlngton' DiM, Ihence run louth Jemn ItroetNorwoW. IY, IITATI OP S.UNSASAUOM .
.
begun by a Baltimorean who' out In 1965. What they're lovely necks Pablo Picasso 47 degren Hf If Welt ..... MMR 1471Scottto Conn.IRD DICIAIIDT ,
black humor the Bea- IXICUTOR. OP
art ,
COVINOTON
pop
W Sal a tool, menco run North n do- J.
tles drinks the rocks these hung a weathered garage window -going to do Is take black humorall and Jackson Pollock the foxtrot so,. 01' 41". Wool lit Met M 0 Point Wllllom.e7 Avelouth ,. lAID ISTAT.
on ,,,,,,.,. woodord SliD "'7.1 lIGHT' 0. WAY
and the ... me Int RW ol High- .
cover he had found It will the twist the martini Norwelli.' COWl.5qDIlII1LL
way by eliminating the of MKnnlng .
are Just a few of this yea r's w., No. 71 end me point '
be charred art; that Is, objects humor What will be left will b, olive and Everett McK I n I ley thence run South 47 .... I.D I'M 11t.1 RIOHT 0' WAY 'wl\* oTtNI' ol Mellon a. Township.
things that have been dropped loot ...... Mid RW .01 II loulh, Rengo 11 loot lying eouth.eeitorly
,
recovered by fire departmen t s black black black. Peoplewill Dirksen. tool. thence run North 47 dogrenIT Th., psi oil IouthMII co.-. 54 0'NW'S ol eteboerd Air. Line Rillw.y
radically the
modified 40
altogether or so I v>" loit olong" tM North R W ol me 1I.'ft' 0001105 1.. t011050117SI ,Ight .. w.,.
that the 1965 versions will which have been burnt into perceptive sit In black theaters waiting We w o u I d be poorer without ",,"loot... Rood I" I Met. Ihence run 'as.olh oI 5S'S 010005. Si II Is'S __ tUft Lyiol 5040,01. 50 Sod w'thl"' Ill 0555 000s
.,
[ of modernman's North 11 dogren fl' 41' Wool IM Met. OSIl IDO 15.5moo. s5005 1105. of I. Sosd 1000 SaC-
expressions 005
be barely recognizable.Take for curtains that never go these Institutions no doubt, but thence run South 47 degron Hf IfWnt NDrIII. 3M loll 150$05000 Ia SI'S llwilOiO 0.oOdlOVSi lion" 14040-1504 Mid wrvey HM being'
EDTT plight. Charred art will buy books Inked with solid MO tret to the last D W ol sr 101. OIIIOCS 150 InI I Mocrlbed eo tellowit. .' .
up it II the L Itl.hw
people who manfully U. HM ol Section t,
The dances thence tM sooth
dancing. new In..".." Htohwoy No 75, run 510115 saId 550IO'lY BngM on
will be the and the suffuse the home with the lingering -black pages. Everybody will buck up to coping with next loulh a '_ II .." IM ..longMM 500115111 100000,00 I, I'S dl.tloll..... 51150 "uo IHI IdOII Town"'l II South 5aoqa II lob at a.
swarm Irem IM loulh.corner
wntorly
smell RW 1711 Mot to tM point of 7'11 0,50. 111100' potot 7140 Met
of burned buildings Iou'
smoke will be a relief to older think black. It will be a sidesplitting -year's things who keep us g o- beginning All being lId lying M See I 00.4. Wolf 115005 445 NI Ibof Ia 011I1 Ii "In- .." el wvt ot IIM ol IWXi
thus for the first time of lion 34, Townililp II South, Renge MImt robs. ? .1'*. locllon 1. Towmhlp SI South.Ronge .
people who want to alary wIth I expression app osl- Ing. As a class they are not Alochu. County, Plorldoi AND nl... 0,100100 of SOd wltlll" Ill 550o0 It last, run Ihence Norm II dogroeVof -
bringing an olfactory dimensionto LIOO laos IMS II tool to tM
100. 14
tlon to life. II.COiIIIV004S'. 0001
'A.Cn SIlOS
fools.
of
it Danced barefoot, Its basic artistic They simply operate o n Ii me Northeett comer of lilt oOllV ml.... 5511001 1105 SiInodObCllbSd lUrth bill ol Mid lection" J Townihln

motion Is achieved by pretend- expression. Many people will probably decide -the sound patriotic assumpti o n Section :14 Towiihlp II louth, RengeInl 5500100' 250102504.II lollowlI 11 louth Renge n I..,. of S "point
Sod run louth II MgronIT II',. of IicIIoS 10. tot II Mel wntorly tram Ills NortMeit
Few people will complain that they simply cannot go that even though things IG IbM ol $0511' 00 SM aoll' 01 Mid' .. 1.Contoinlng .
Leg to walk on a bed of lIve are |4 I olong tM Norm II Scull 51001 II 1..1 I corner ol .
about the demise of drinks on on staying with it In 1965. Every -bound to get worse somebo ..Id lectloi! 511 of feet to Its WntR 1.0504115 p.115 ..... 5550 SIll of the .....tII1c. 5.490 acm more or Ion, .".
coals while dy lId IM rood right ol wey
holding lighted ci 1 g-- W ot Iho Flimlnglon Roed II'. 04 .W' 50 Hid IacIIOO cluilv. el e>ming

arches In both hands, Inhaling the rocks In 1965 the thing will year a certain percent g e has to make the most of It. point SoulS of It dWren beginning IT$4""'.....Vtnl continue.1_ III.,"- nln?_of th..11..li.t. N.rth Ie the 6 051011 begl""I'q 50 Si'5. OWNED Nil O.IVl NELSON ILLA AND 0) NELSON WIPI. MARY BEN-

them alternately and blow 1 In Mid' North line mill: Met to th.I lot to SM .,uIhsd0l0lIV 110* NILSON IRNIST NILION AND
g I 01.av.
NELSON JIRUTHAWALKIR
oil RW of ,..."t.to HlgKwiv No ol ITlt 571 Met. run WIFI 'IOILLA
the smoke over your partner'scar. 75 thence run loll 01 dog", 01' Ing o redlue .3UI njenwr AND HUSBAND IIIHOP
_
N. Central 4l,' toil .,.... MM RW 41410 Met TL ..rWrcyr WALKER, ICOTTII WILLIAMS' KATUKAH -
h
,,
"'.... run North 47 dlv'.. IT IfInt 10'' 20' Ia III' JACKSON AND HUSBAND
MO Mot, thence run South on dogren J&gg. *" C. JACIC5OS PERLIY C. NeLSON
for Hor'
As the
swarm -well, peo- BUCHHOLZ gl' 41" los tot Met to me 05015 6USIII WALKIR AND HUSBAND

ple who thought the frug was Service SetThursday North '.W of tM Plemlngton RoodIhence WegSs5rj.va.wwnteriy, LAWRINCI WALKIR ROBIRTWALKIR
run North 47 degron 5' Iftoil lM Northent corner of AND WIPE' IRNISTINIWALKIR
demanding haven't seen anything Stool Mid' R W IIS Met to IMPC Sf THIODORI HOLMIS AND

18j The ot a curve 5.010qSrMlUlli sAd..........J3ffK& '? .lOS..oclI0S WIFI ALlIS HOLMIS
yet Important new iC. ..
loon II feet e control englo ot 14 do- > WV SUBJECT TOt Unrecorded L.. 'In
feature Is that partners dancingthe BUZZES SO- end being, conc.v. to thelorthwnt 500CIII. ,._ ol Robert W....? and hit win,
menco run NorthMiterlyolono ..WXXr&SJ IrnnllM WA 01S0O S Theodore Holmnend
iwarm never rejoin each The ISIS' curve 17S." loot. Ih.,. TOt SOD 1111 Mortgeg. re- wife. AlloW Helmn
highlight of the Stewardship IUIJICT
"ll 51', II" I..' MO HIOHT OP WAY
other '-V SoilS oegren odd H OR looK II .1 Peg. ; SRO 1511
again after the dance Is Program at North Contra! 70 toet, to o point' on 0 curve raving in lew of ..... ol HOW_'" en- Thit port ol:
j ,.ver. Thus it Is a dance which' redlul ol ..I.d" Met. S control IRD 1111. Judgment recorded .In O' Ill ot II'* ol Section" M. TowmhlpII '
By KAY NOCKS Baptist Church will be 41H" end .. described,
Loyalty Ins,. el 17 degren some 111 4 lit et Pego 4J4 Sm louth Ronge a Int byBeolnnlng
the unda to "'. Northw.it. thtnce aod 0010db. H follow"
expresses mental II Night Service being COlIC fever et Mercury LMh ComponySRD moM
on Thursday run NortMeoterly" .... Mid' R W curve .i lIGHT OP WAV et tM Interoectton" ot IM WOW
senselessness of dancing in an with Dr. Courts Bedford Executive 17151 Met to mo North Une et lee Thel pert in ell 071 foot rlgnt ol w.. bIOS ol Sun

( age of lonely qulverers The Buchholz Buccaneers,!ly Is not functioning this year. lion. 34 ond tM Mint el beginning' All. (I) TM ..... ol '1'.. I.c. Lol 1 tI Roed MO Section MOM-1S04, end IM enl
Secretary of the Home being end tying" In IM 50,050111 OuerWr HewtMme MIllS eccordlng to plot recorded U toot right ol say line ol Old SteleRoed
ffi The Beatles of course, have really "walloped" the Bishop Other than the magazine sale Mission Board for the Southern if Section 14 Townehlg II South m Plot lookC' logo MtM of MO run mence North U MgrenS4
Renge 10 Soil Alechu.. County, Florcornmce record ol *".*>.. county, M" I.., MO toot more or I.... Idmo
Blue Devils they public.
in the last have
turned out to be charming, butthey're game not met once during Baptist Convention as :urld.. end I.cept roll_ rtoht ol way louth line ot Lot I ol H..'*...

out for 1965. Unfortunately Friday at Harris Field. Leon the six weeks. The student body guest Id.'UC.L "" ,.i lee,.... 14 Townrtip" II Somh.' Rengeylng" Valor lubdlvlllon, eccordlng to plot, recorded
speaker. II 051 "I CellO of 501100 In plot book "C" Paso 14 public"
: for them parents have Benton made four touchdownsand is crying for action! The event was incorrectly announced 34 Townthlp' II loutri. Rongo It.. lot ? ('.> eeiterly ol SlId within III toot record of Alochuo County Plorldo' run
and run North 14 donrm 11 l'O1 MM of Itetg Rood MO ihenco" touthwntorly 110 Met to 0 Mint'
come to like them. The big Bill Wilson made one, making GLIMPSES IN PASSING: In Sunday's Sun as AG loot grwod rood ItS 00 loot, "'."" .. olr section the eurvey M040.1S04 OKilMrly ot eurvey II "'.1 wnttrly from the Wool M75 I

the score 33 7. The Buccaneers -Mr, Taylor makes an excellent SOIlS II dogren 03 mlnulei 10 ,econdi notion 134-t-OOi lb Milorly of Hid ourvey toot right ol wiy HM ol ..... RMd
Inglng thing In 1965 will be theechanarchlsts. taking place Sunday.Dr. Wool .,.. IM CIVIl IllS ol I bIll OM wnlerly of tM centerlino 100 run thence ...,.." 15 feel to o
brilliant clash with the West- referee. Motor scooters can be Redford has direction AG loot gredtd Toed 1741 tMt, thonci ol right roedwey Mlween eurveyit.tlon point' 10 Met eeilerly" from. the ..0005 j
a wood given run WOO Mil *., to OIl WOO rlontet 534+00 aId ourvey ....,.. tool right el way IIM ol Old Hole load
new trio from the West Coast Whirlwinds on Frl d a y. dangerous. Coach Bales does : to the total Home Mission woy ol Mid' AG hot groMl nut 544+44.IT) <.> ...t..l, el ond within' 100, run thence NertMnterly M boo
[6 This will be the last game of smile! A new fad has emerged Board 400 SM ,. O. .., thenceNorth .. IG n ,.., el MM eurvey IllS normerlyel 111005 5 r lu to the louth IllS ot Lot I
who play the motorcycle clyin- program.. Today t h e re _. lS.' 01 .... 05I0O- 52 wrvw ".11... IM+44 rr end 101 wni. ." Hewmorn Mow' lubdlvlllon it
dot twin exhaust the season The cheerleaders going to the hospital. are more than 2100 home missionaries -| >gron 01 minutn 41 eecondt. WntSi sly ot ond within' 00 71 toot of Mid our. lor..''nl on mo Mil 50 tool rlgnt ol
and the
pipes
dance I net to IM tenth right o7 way vey IIM, Mid ourvey MM boino' .M *., ol Old' Itete Rood MO. run mencooouthwnterry
punctured muffler. are sponsoring a Friday and the budget exceeds ol tho Flonlngton. Cod. thence runlouth Krlbed' ond Mid ourvoy .lotion" be&ln"on'lM'l2iurlM olong IM en> H Met right
night in the auditorium. 17 degren M mlnutM I 11 OK lot woy ''''. .. MM Oto allIS Rood MO
The ladies will be glad to Two 5000000. The voices of the ondo w..t ..... ..''d right .I w." | ol "' ".. 14 a O/.t./ ... et 140 Met more er bros.I ,

F.FA.. Initiation Week will GroupsIncorporated 40 member choir of Nor t h 4311 hnt. thence run louth H dogren T......,. 10 louth Ronge M lid 551 me folnl ot leglnnlng' -
learn that they will no longer JO mlnuln It __ Wort .,.... point tulll toot wnl el me _th...! Conlelnlng' 0 lie ecrn more or 1 Ion, ...
have to the the begin Monday November 16, Central will add to this service, Slid rlgnt ol w.y Sill to* to the : 'UII cluilve' ol onlitlng" rood right ol w.y.'
issN
go supermarket and last lot right ol w.. el ,InteriHte High-sr .r j.o'rU'C"-4'. .. OWNID .", Robert I. leker, Jr ond
wearing those big hair curlers through Friday. The directed by Frank Stroup. Achildren' w., 71 Jt.l. Rood t31. rhonce run. .t to ourvSy .,."... 5M+00, "'...." SIN' A... H. lekerSRD
new members may be Identified : party will be held Soon n 4IU'... Ol minutn a MCwun continue North 15 Mgren M 04' Inl ,.... IORP.OW PIT
DliMEANS (he color of wet bubble gum. I 151.100551, Id right ol w., '.1.11 Met to IM beginning' ol o curv.concivo Thel port ell _
-- by green hands pinned to simultaneously with Loyalty JMMteirltolheP. C. of S curve to the loulhMit.rly' h..,.. l/i' ol II4.' Loss Lot 1 'In HewtMrneMenor
their shirts. Also told curve h..,.. o radIO el IWIloot rodluo' ol 3llt 71 Mel, run thence northooilorly ond HM, .ISIS MO Met raIlroad
discussed at In G'villcTALLAHASSEE Night for children up to S yearsof o .Mite lootS ol 10 drgroet 17minutn 7J37I toot .,.... Mid' curv.througn right ol w., In lection, 14. Towneh,
the meeting on Tuesday was age. 14 ncemhj SOd Mint con o totol, control ongle ol 10 Mgren 10 South, Ronge tl ...t _Ibod n:
Modern cove .hi 0 Mulhanlorly direction. J* B" to tM end. ol Mid curverun .. ten, ot th. II comer of lection" 14,
the possibility of the F.F.A. and North Central under N. B. Ihonco nn olong Mid curve 'In o oouth.Mtlorly thence North IS Moron S* Jr TownMilp 10 South Renge n I..,, run

Shoe the FHA. joining forces In Secretary Langford Jr. as Its In I direction. on .re dAISIeS et lass mo Mot M the end .. ourvey HIMMreln thence Norm 01 .,... II' S*' Wnt
Repair Shop pastor 353 Int to tM P. T ol Mid' curve. deocrlbedAim 400 toot. run thence South 17 degren
sponsoring a variety of activi of State Tom Adams has announced September dedicated the newly! monce run toufh II drgren 41 minutn "lying entorty ol end within 40'41' 14" WOW too Met run monce South J
M __ f nt ..... MH' right loot ol IM conterllM et right rood- 41 eegren. W 54" Ion 400 Met run
Heels Attached ties. The president, Zan Hut-- the chartering of two constructed sanctuary. North ol w.. Illn wot. IhoiKO run North w., ol Mid ll''e load MO end Sec thence' North 17 Mpren 4T M' toll

ion gave a talk and showed Central has Increased Its budg.et t> dmron M "'''''M I* lecond. OIlS MOM-2504, Mid centerllM at right" 400. Met to IM Point et leglnnlng,
5 non profit organizations Ir IM WOO right of tollow.
Mins. Old tMU Mot to ,roadway Ming doKrlbod' n ALSO: o percel ol lend tor Borrow Pit
i pictures of his trip to Kansas Gainesville. from $45,000 to $90000 and sly el o 50 tool grided rood thencolrun Commence on me mm "'". et Section. Houl Roed.
Subscribers are not Norm I) etgren 01 mlnutM Mtecondl 34 Tewmhlp' 10 loulh', Reno, n I'M eto Ly115 001050117" of end within 40 lOOt
J NATIONWIDE Soles City for the National FPA 19 per cent of the 1965 budget I 1,0.10004 Id right ol SOY point too I II toot wool ol the eoutheeit 50 I llasI.ad10 rosy laId coroll!
Attached Convention. necessarily corporation officers will be directed through the 12114 tort to the P 0 All being end comer ol Mid locllon :14 runIhence 11115 05105 01,0110,4 as ;. I
f lying In IM NI'* ol lection M, Townihlp North 1! degren 04 04" I.., 11511 ab 0,5 SW ,oIno? 1511111 PItNo
COLLEGE GRID 15 Mins. Members of the FHA. attended -The new corporations are Cooperative Program. Since II tourn R_ 20 Int Alechue' 1054.U Mel, run thence louth 74 dogron :N H .....,_ ....u.. 050 10,5105
County florid., conl.ln.ng' 5 54 acm 51' 14" fell M Mot to Mglnnlng Soulh 17 ......r_ 41' 14' Weil ....11
COVERAGE the all day District First Lutheran Church October 1 there have been 65 m.'. ., I.... ol contertlM ol right roodwiy M loot to IM end ot Mid wrvey lineContoinlng I Iil
At new memberships 26 for PascaL IVlIpgln deecrlbed Mreln, run thence North In the eggrog.tg 4040 ecrnmore
Two
Locations Meet at Paxon High School In of Gainesville formerly chartered bap-- et 0 point' sal I* toil of 0'. 15 degren or : Met tome il or MM.OWNJO \
l620W.Univ.Ave. Jacksonville tism, 39 by letter. R W of IM Inlenlelo Hlonwiy 75 .1 I beginning .tv.7c to: IYI Robert I. I."".,. Jr. old
on Saturday. as St. Matthew's Lutheran me SodS RW el_ Iho ..PUmlngo .Iloti VII rodlu.be .110, .005 1t, laOS'
Carolyn Plasa The Math Club has been making Road N ,. .. uum S'S V 31i.1Iu..... Olli lllOcj SorlIlsaS101by" IRD let I IORROW PIT I
Church of Gainesville In November Hand Grenade last ISI 5 Ii W.O IIW of. Sill 722.11 fool ...... laId 05000 lllroo5V aIs The pall pit
FR0315 and preparations for their trip ,,_ .oad 50,11' Hor"'...'"'' 5O"S 111,501'01 ...... of II degren KrJl" North 4 chaIns, el Cowl in cholnt of
1941, a'' church. Subscribers eroded ro.d 17410 ft. to tM Section I to the end of MM' curve ond end .5,11131 cn.lm 'at Government Lot Ilection .
AMERICAN 101 N. Main St. to Cape Kennedy on December Fatal to Trio line' Mtween Section 14 TW1 II RonMSoulh 'of cenlerllM ol right" roedwey MrelndoMrlbed 17 Townthlg U South Renge 11
AND let I 3. are Edgar A. Dram IG end Section. I7TWSII Renge mence tor purpoM of releronce ...,.
Opp. Nal'l Bank mer Victor H. Albrecht and MS thence Wnt Southwnterly Hong me run North 44 .....,. 05' If Lying sad lIds et ... within' N Met
NATIONAL PRO FR 6-3211 The Student Council obvious- Outside Bar W.., R/w ot me Plemlngton' Roed ..., 1075 Met to0 Mint, ....,g...... ot. o lerrow Pit Houl Sold ourveyIM .
I William C, Keresner all ol to .point. ot beginning Conttlnlng, Four .. ourvey. ifetlon 544+4417 en eMve dOSCIlbod MM' wrvoy JIM Ming' jtiKrtbodM
TRENTON NJ (AP) An end one hilt .._ mere or I.... .In ourvey MM, run thence North Mllowoi .
LEAGUE STORIES ............. -- Gainesville.Soil Section 14 Townihlp" II Rengo N louthPARCIL a doo__ 54 ." I..' Sal tl Met to """monc. on tho Muth MM ol Section
exploding hand grenade killed Vt the Mrth MM of MM lection M ot 17 T......,. II loulh Ronge U Intet
and Crop Science Societyof login e IM mtonocllon ol Ills Inllino Mint HIM Met Mutherly, from tMNortMnl 0 MM 417 74 Mel wMtorly" erom the
;; three people In front of a tavern el the 14.,,,,...! Qu...., ot IMNormwetl comer of IIM\ ol MM Sec- II .rner Si SlIM\ .5 IWIO Sf bold' ...
Florida Inc., by Dr. R. V. early today. CooN ol looMs :14-11M lion :34. toll II, r.o. 511005 North ci 415010or
with tM Norm IIM ol tM MlunopylFlomlngton C"" ."'" bt tM ,"."". POP gem it' Wool 0.0004.5 0051 Ia lOw Os.JISlIVi .
Allison secretary Soil and Crop Police Identified the dead as Roedt thence run SoIl.. more or ..... guchwlvo, el ..1.,,,| rood ot"g"iot 5515505 00 SM -

FOCUSon \. -,..." Science Society of Florida, Inc. Patrolman John J. oniony ...... old' North Imo el Mid right of w.". hevlng'through 15db 55 5730.575 =:
.' Clowar 29; rood I Hence of 575 Met Ia mePoint OWNeD lYl ROIIRT I IAKIPJ, J. 000 000,05 0SO1II511001y 110,5 SaId 51055
HIGH SCHOOL .... .. .... Everglades Experiment Station John Christie Jr., 37, the holderof .. leglnnlngi' Ihence nn North end wIll, ANNI H IAKIR on olIN of 01 Mgren or 10"
COVERAGE lig toot. Ihence run Ills 111 Met a "itenco" ot ...." Mot, run mrnce
by the IIW im AIM m eceio University of Florida, Belle the grenade, and a bystander menco run South to me North IIMot SID 1It1 blast OP WAY]''NDrIII 71 dtG_ 40- II' Int 144740

Glade. Chartered for scientific I Harold E. MM Mlconopy Plemlngton. Hood 11111 pot hIS Met to mo Point ol leglnnlng' ot Md'
JOHN CLENDENDON Lesath 23, all of thence run Southwesterly .long Mid IsO Si ,laoS 00oodad SO SM loS'b i Hall rood iurvey line' run North
and educational purposes relatIng -Trenton.A North line et Mid nod to tM Point SOOOdOy I'''. .. OIl eaol by .u 01 degroM W If WOW 144 ; to IMOWNIO
GLENN LANEY UnitedNations ITODAY M el leglnnlngPARCIL ,.,. 0,015. ci the Iou' "Sy bId .50.4 Sod aS 5101 I'aul road.
to soil and crop conservation. second policeman, Roland VhTM ; by J. w. 511.41104, aId oso H.. Wrotp. C051.IllIl,5 I III 05lb 01005 00 ..... _
North three ...." ol IllS boll 4104 OSIOd b. Walls 104 LIlIOSI. IVi Nellie. RoMroon ROM dnd
JIM KELLY I +PETERSELLERS* Czap, 27, was struck by metal lull ol tho NorlM.it guorter I IN o ofS C...,.,.,.. 15 Solo. mort 5. .No.. aId .....-.J.A.It_

:"ragments I In the arm and leg '* ol ... met Mrt of tM being' iri "lection'15, Townthlp 10 Soulh A.IIM' tmogMio ,.rm., ond Cheriol
JACK HORAN Subscribers to the charteringof ...... N.lOtto.. .. .... _I 0.5.5 II IH'. OIls MlMleanrrl' .
I "Wrong ArmLof the Due managed to radio for help. ;oIIIV?-j'Nwoi( 0; NeAl out t-ii'-jji _" ..j within, SI let .,do tide el mewrvey SlID 170.1 ORAINAOI IAIIMINTLATIRAL
society are D. 0 Splnks ,Imo. .. 1'... Rood loo lection34UO1504 "
DAVE BERKOWITZ Police called """bile road 0555 MIna000y' N W_ DITCH. LIFT OP STATION
were the Oak .
College of Agriculture U. of to noot. SOd tM Northent ......... ot Mid eurvey imo. being. do- 534+75.00 (PA'T. ,. -
JAMES RUSSELL the Cafe at 1 a.m. by the manager, .... Northoert owerter INI' .. SlAb -- ....-, Thel pert of:
III i Law"PLUS Flo: Victor E. Green Jr., ond Miet pall el IM North .i> ejuor- '_ .. "" ,lbs of 15000. 54.T05.lll5 |v> ol V.'oT Section" 14. Towfflhlg'
Everglades who said a man with a bomb to of SM 510050511 SoIls,, INW' of 55 Iou"'. 01055 II I... 00 5 II South, Rengo n toO, $ ... Lot I.Hewtheme .
JIM KING Experiment Station. was outside ) lying NortMlconopy '0 055 05511 lOad 55100 113" _III Ii the 50II.o5 Menor ( 100 It. (.Ik
U. of Fla., Belle Glade; and I :':: N WScIflOoIa, Ill NOoolboo 05005 of SM 1W14 ii old SaclIos" 35.Nn ... reed rlghl. ol w.,.
PLUS Police said Christie wan Tlli..y.PV0 101. 'own". ... 5,5055 NorIN II 4050055 54' 3S Lo1olII, rlgnt. ot ond within, to toot
R. V Allison Everglades Experiment ven South III II, ROHM Twenty loll 'HI ...)." IO to II'. 5105115 50 0 end (II left el end w'thin, 00504,1.
awithg trial for shooting r I,. II. Alochuo County, Fiord. Me curve concevo to mo wntorlyrodlu. MoI'o" S lelerel ditch' ourvey HM. MM, ourveyMcrlbed
Length Station, U. of Fla, special officer In Sod ......t m. tollewng. doKrlbed' ol 311t 71 Met, run deuce _..., .... 5.405 n fMlowoio +
Belle Glade. a bar last I und, ,....I. I. II. III. IV, Sod V _..,". VrlI00rly. ass lorOIwOlSoly C__ 5.. eouth line .. Section'
"Road j(February. obovei thoie 1 lend dncrlbed m then ,177711 Mel eMng Mid. curve through S'slob 14, Tewmhle" 10 South, RenM n IntSoutheut
I Runner 50505 101050. 11I 00 lob .. _,,01 51511. .I 14 .,... JO' 31"Ia a. a p10's .11. 0.50 OSlioly 5,00w 1105
They said they were questionIng 410, OtflclM" 11.._ rtooe. 40 ew the 504 51 .... Olll II's'. corner ol IW. ot II'e elMM
MACHINEGUNCAMERA Christie outside the 417, Offklol' RocorM tee IM pals 500111 5 d.soocs 44' 501' WOo ass as *aoN ...- M. run thence North tl dogren
Revue" TY'It'iiii tavern I?. OtflclM" RecerM loo M pew 171 SM 00IIIOAOOI .. 5 000100 0500505 55WI. or orlow Iit4.7g Met to the beginning -
SERIES [ when he exploded the grenadein end OffIcial RecorM loot IM POM .. 1051111055005 hab's s SI of o curve concevo to me enlroom -
t w a .. me puMM recent et Alochue ...." 550. 005 0oo. -ty 501y ....*. 5 ot Jilt.71 toot, run
CLOSE-UP PHOTOSEDDIE his pocket.Ar County. F tor..., the rlgrmot-wey Mrkiterol.M tilt Met sloop MM. curve through onengle thence nerm.eir.rty ...... MM. curve
..- Reuto Tli ot f degree Sf 04to me Norm through ., 01
1.._ 1-* least five loS tM rtohfetwn on ongle -- IT a"
ci. were Injured
:lint el IWvt\ ol SWIM ot Section .....
tor tM Plemlngton lolA 14. -. of ':liD Mot to me Pomt ol
fcy rSI.a"4. NOW! 2 COLOR HITS! police reported. Von erg hereby required' to tlto your Towmhlp. ) 10 baw*,. Rongo 'S laid et olMint egmnlng ol ...*... ditch. ourvoy Nne.
i 1:30 I OPEN roeooctlvo oneworo wim IM COoN of M.4t If weot ol me Normoootl 01. hence North 7) MgrMO If H"Wnl
<30 SHOW T:00SIIIOTH 050050 .5 Said. 51.\* 50 'WIt Si .
DAVIS "nuj Court end to eerve o copy ftoroot1 Said Ole feet, run Ihence Swill M degren
'ARM. AT200.4JO. LAn AS *:OS Composer Dies gen PI......'. __ Loionoy, OelLiOrohom Soc.. If 17ynot H0.t Met. me) menco
TOMMY LEWIS 7O0.IS RICHARD STUART w llcm ft ........ Pool Office =100m:III On os,. 50 A'i. South 77 dogren V Of Wool 74 Met.
: LOS ANGELES 0,_ J, OimeevllUA' ,too.... Ml MterrhM 005507 I. JII run thence North It dogrno if a'weet
'" STAlin WeD.I SOON WHITMAN (CAP) -Composer -11,10 lilt W'd lay Si 00100. 0054.Ig wi,. "NNI H. ..." laO Met, rue thence N. 04 dogren -
RIO CONCHOS Albert May Malotte 69 0115 laH 'Si or 5000515 will .. 5" SID 1: .1 SISSY D. WAY IT M" W. ra Met M IM end
.8:30-9:00 hood alolOat 05'. ill Plot port oft of MM. Solon Solo
Tonight I
JULES DASSIWS'I who set "The Lord's Prayer" to im .., y October, ItM.J Los h SoS tl end (... I ond I. C.......... SOW 50,1 more 50 ISiS. Si-
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WUFT.TV Chon. 5 I I "TOPKAPI"MIUCOURI JACK SHIRLIY music, died Monday night at his ol me CMuN Court olAlochue 111.00.4 15 .... 1MW "A'. pG55 Ie 54 OWNID IVl Robert I. laIr, Jr. end
LIMMON MACLAINI. home County Pie.MoI lOb. 050450 P055OSh Si AIs,5,5. Cla'lll. M. ."'. Anne H. lekerTAKI '
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the Colored Community Founders'To Observe Day C@hwi I/ra


News Items for this page should) b. directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News
editor by mail at 526 1XW/ 8th St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send Founders' Day of Delta The Christmas
items directly to the Sun office. I Delta Delta sorority will be

lun.rM .rr.rq.rwlr.' ...".bI. wm M .... WI PUSS S celebrated by alumnae In the Shop"
I city and area and membersof

VOTERS LEAGUEThe I day at S p m. Jackson, moderator, will meetat 1 Jt ;df the collegiate chapter Wednesday >k s
Alachua County Voters The parents and other Inter the St. Paul Missionary Baptist evening.
;.League/ wQI sponsor a special ested persons are Invited to be Church with Rev. H. Foye This 76th anniversary of the
citation program at the Duval: present. I pastor, at Archer Nov. 27.29. sorority's founding will be observed '-
Elementary School today at 1 The officers are as follows: 1 during a 6 p.m. dinnerat : : ,
pm. at which time certificates Rev. N. A. Jackson, president; the UF Chapter House
VOTERS FOR
sill be handed out by Sidney EQUAL Deacon Johnnie MMdleton vice 1134 East Panhcllenlc Drive. aV .
lartin a member of the Ala- RIGHTS PARTYTo president; J. L. Curry, recordIng f All alumnae who plan to
1U1 County Board o( County all Area Captains Co-cap- secretary; A. M. Aponlese + attend must make reservations .j
wmlssioners to persons in thins, Block Workers, Registration corresponding secretary; Dea- .It .tt r a, M with Mrs. E. AI Moffettby .

ecincta 12, .23 and 26 who Election Workers and'con Gill Washington treasurer; fly 1'h i x Tuesday morning.
.
tied during the recent voter,Drivers: You are Invited to Deacon J. L Lee, superintendent 1 WN 1t ? v fdt r <

fcistration drive! : :spend a gala evening at the Recreation ; Mrs. Lola Lee chairmanof 4 Ms .
Mrs. Christine Vinson will pre- Center $24 N. W. 1st I enrollment committee; Mrs. l' .d EngineeringDames rI I
nt a' musical program on the Street on Thursday Nov. 19, Catherine Lee concert conductor c May your
caslon. from p.m. to 11 p.m. ; and Rev. C. Crawford Bible Meet I.t friendships be
Following the program re- Certificate will be issued to teacher. many i

eshments will be served. all persons who have helped Women's Home Mission Department University of Florida Engineering and your mailbox ;

during the recent Voter Registration officers Mrs. C. W. 4 ,vof Dames will meet full of

UTES MEETING I drive and Get -Out-the- Wright, president; Mrs. Lola of t ." Wednesday at S p.m. at the Vnl- W
The Youth Progressive I ,Vote be Campaign.served. Come Refreshmentswill relax and Lee, vice president; Mrs. M. L. r verslty Women's Club West -fcc} tJ, j
ft Jiolrj Union will render its I Crawford, recording secretary; k : ti I Newberry Road. eI
\ 'enjoy an evening of fun. Meet
aonthly at the Emanuel Bap- Mrs. E. P. Washington corre- ri
1st Church tomorrow at S those: persons who have helpedto sponding secretary; Mrs. R. B. .. ,' Chuck Woods of Public Meat I
p.m. Department will be guestspeaker. I
make our Organization a Jones, chairman of enrollment Pre-holiday bazaar of the Alachua County Home Demonstration Hubs pro !
.
NEWBERRY NEWS highly successful one. Voters for committee; Mrs Sadie Jackson vided a choice of handmade rift, plants and food during the annual affair,
P-TA !Meeting Set Equal Rights. A. L. Dante I 11, treasurer; and J. C. Crawford! which took place at the City Recreation Center last week. Pictured above with" Members are requested to f i CHRISTMASU
f The Parent Teacher Association chairman. reporter. I.. T. Meland. a whopper were !Mrs. Lester Klach of the Lake Forest Club and bring canned goods to this meeting *

of Newberry Element a r y !Mrs. Raymond Gibson of the Forest Gro\e Club. Lunch was served by the La. for a Thanksgiving basket > I0
School will hold its meeting in MEETING PLANNEDThe I AILING ATIIOMEThe Cross Club members. The bazaar was presented by IS County Home Demon for a needy family. ;
I M rat ton Club All student wives are Invited I'..,
the auditorium of the school toFISH Uniform Company'Lodge
ail- ...'
i following persona are - to attend.
will meet Thursday at 1 p.m. Ing at their homes Mrs. Es-
'nstead of Friday with Ushers' tells'Knowles and Tom Mathals I good foundation. Then there
.4J.iJy",. I Board No. 2 Jointly at the homeof 'By Josephine Lowman It' are other Important things
QU ''" Mrs. Lois Fox, of 730: S. W. CARD OF THANKSMrs. we can do to delay facial 1 I
{ CANE 5th Street I I aging I will tell you more MOTOROLA
'- "' The members of both the Odessa Fedrick wishesto about those tomorrow.
'
$ lodge and board are asked to thank friends for their acts Why/ Grow
P.r Psrnni J be present because this will be 'of kindness shown during her If you would like Ie have CHANGESTHE

'\ the final meeting for the year. illness in the Alachus General my leaflet about akin care
.1.1I I The dues are to be paid In full Hospital Mrs.. Odessa Fedrick send a stamped, self I addressed SHAPE OF COLOR TV
,during the meeting. Charlie and family. I envelope w I 11 k your
I fRY 'Ross, captain of Uniform Company i Old? request for "Y e a r Oater
"
; Mrs. Gussle Ross president SPECIAL PROGRAMThe Coating. Address J I I.phlnl
of Ushers' Board Liwmia la care ef The
EVERY ; Mrs. P.
people of the .
young Gainesville Sun.Oldfashioned
WEDNESDAY ', L. Scott, reporter- Friendship Baptist Church are This Winter Take Good .

I sponsoring a special program at
NIGHT I'NOTICE the church on Sunday 7 p.m. homicide: De-

6 PM to 9 PM I The West Coast Ministersand You are Invited to attend. Care of ComplexionI spite all the lethal weapons
Deacons Union Choir will available to killers one out ot

at ,not meet Tuesday at the home LACROSSE NEWS have just read a most interesting low. Extreme dryness or oil- every eight murders In the
HOWARD I,of Mrs. H. G. Shuman at Ar- and I Into rmative ness may Indicate some Internal I world Is still done with the ban
redonda Deacon Ben C. Davis Women's Day book by Doctors Sidney J. disorder. We turn pale ,
Joiinfony 'president Mrs. P, L. Scott re Program Successful bobbins and Stephanie H. with fear and blush with shyness hands.HOUSEHOLD

I porter. The Women's Day program at Robbins, well known dermatologists We perspire profusely
he St. Paul Baptist Church on as reported to Sam when we are very nervous. I
!PLANS/ CALL MEETINGThe last Sunday was successful.The Sinclair Baker (Publisher I We may break out In a rash
2830 N.W. I choral group of Lodge attendance was good. Harper and Row) The title of when we worry PESTSARE
the book Is "1001 Questions We are all familiar with I
No. 113 will have a call meet I
I and Answers To Your Skin the akin of .
"By teeth"
o u r
,ing at the home of Mr. and I
13th Mrs. Charlie Ross of 704 S.W. Mt. Pleasant Methodist I -I Problems." "She Is thin-a kin I ned', "She ON THEPROWL
I There will be a mid-week Prayer Doctors Robbins say, "The rubs me the wrong way", "I
5th Terrace, Tuesday at S p.m.,
Street Members are urged to be Services today, 7:30: pm.; I akin Is a very flexible organ, am going to save m y own I
present. Charlie Ross, president the Children's Choir will have sort of an all covering bag I skin", "Don't Jump out of You get a rectangular picture from a
its rehearsal tomorrow, 4:30: that constantly helps to protest your skin," and man y more. Don YOU
wall
; W. L. Steven, pianist and 1 HOMI HAVI slim set that fits close to the
:chorister; Mrs. P. L. Scott reporter -p.m.i ; the Youth Choir will have your Inner organs froman Then there are the gentle I
I Phone its rehearsal tomorrow, and unceasing attack by bacteria touch of the hand and the de- y aOACHmy
:' 8 p.m.; Choir No. 2 will have viruses fungi and all i pendable handshake to warm" 'LUS'
" FR 6.6586 ARCHER NEWS its rehearsal Thursday 7:30: sorts of potentially dangerous our heart \5' ANTS Model 2ICK102Apopulif
, \ Notice pm. Edell Turner president, enemies. Obviously It pays to After Middle Age Comm*
v Richard Parker organist. Rev. try to care for and guard this I TICKS' ,,1. poriry ityllna. 23'
t I "Itttol...,.F..NVR j,y A.......... The Ministers and Deacons W. M. Ferguson pastor. vital outer covering ai wellas From middle age on these 5' MOTHS' ding tub mill
Union No. 2, auxiliary of S.R.P. I are essential. The older person 274 .q. In. picture
., Emanuel Baptist There possible and never 'jumpout Florid ft Control will ..
Association with Rev. N. A.MEMO may have real discomfort flivi viewing "
will be prayer meeting today, of your akin. I you i Mil .tunas.or coo
7:30: p m.; and Choir No. 1 will Cin'l Afford Lou from Itching skin I n t e rnal trolling lh... mptrruilng, d*.
j \ disease can cause the Itchingbut itructiv' and dit.... carryingPIH
have Its rehearsal ,
ht.t+ Thursday Our skin Is so Important to more often It Is due to the The nominal /.* charge $660
.' '-r \- f 7:30: pm. Rev. T. D. Davis
that cannot lose much for the wrvlc '
us we gradual drying out process may tctutllyuvi 'ae "
.IafllM
I. t. "" ."fj pastor; Mrs. M. E. Middleton, .
.
... ; money
. of it and live. It helps eliminate which goes on In our o u t e r you
\ r \I : ; ( t; i reporter waste materials regulates coatin,. DIAL FR
I. .
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:
nt ; ftl( Church of God In Christ and
body temporal u r e Vitamin A Is often prescribed -
of.y te : ;..- :;;... : ;. :: : Church School 10 a.m.; mornIng contains a network of nerves for a dry skin. It Is 6-2661
worship, 12 noon; Young tied in with
eM It Is also closely Important that we take care
,.f FROM ,People Meeting, 7 p m.; and our health and our emotions. of our epidermis for the sake LOIIDA

h.o Ir l evening. worship, S p.m. BishopH. The skin reflects many In- of our health ss well as our liT -...
. wAY Williams pastor. ternal conditions c has Model V23CK1ITM "
..oM TPAIL I Friendship Baptist Sunday I- appearance. oNTloLa
: \ I jaundice which turns It 'I' ilmpliiil el
A depends
lovely complexion
. School I 30 am.; morning dun Contemporary
.r.c. II SERVICE worship. Ham,; and evening' on general health and 20 N.W.Nh A..UUWICM. Pa2-'") alylmgth.t ml'".w.WII" I a
,0"eo c4 : THRU worship, 7 pm. Rev. D. E. our happy emotions for_ a / minyurnnu10'
-- ..
"dIII. DAILY White pastor. I "yl.

'M to Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist: OB'Iud.
Sunday School, I 30 am.;
..... morning worship, 11 am.; and I Tues. -Wed. Thur.
I York evening worship l 110 p.m. u ,tt ? ,tt j $70500

IIIT ,. Rev. H. Kinsey, pastor. I .I Nov. 171819GET
0" ML Herman Baptist Choir ... d v.lui' .
No. 2 will have its rehearsal' she .rue 55 SSW Cat

\eve\and\ \ today 7:30 p.m.; and there' I"yr."ut Co,1ac&
vi.'II.. will be prayer service and Bible net

.... class also today 7:30: pm. '
, Rev. Richard Harrison pastor 117 H.I. ;
; :
.., Mrs. Florence Brown, reporter. t ..L.
........ St. Petersburg St. Paul CME. Morning: "'" Uth An. '. e; Mod., UCIC,
,..
JUAlItll" '
.... worship, 11 am.; and evening PheneFR.nklin ::" -
: sad
' ..N. worship. I 30 p m. Rev.' ,' pref. IIIerII 'I

..MII"..-. I B. ,. Weary, pastor i I I : { .'Inlty"eon..wretive .
"'" Ft Myers l-0444 .. j Tredkioe.t .
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IIII.S68500.
'.00II' I i Doubling Up ...
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sr ;; 'if. I I N I Ralph Turlington "
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I-. ... : : For double the fashion 1 -- '
..,N.r... many a fall handbag is two 1 18.... ;
, ..... bags one Inside another, BTA-'E FARM i T.T:
two side by side or two separate I =:w.. 5.f.u.IqaI-"wr""".'q O
.,..e.e These new Thru Trips end post new turnpikes I bats.. on s shoulder l strap.
Coast
-. sO'more travel time to East -- -

. and Midwest Cities. and to Florida. Heort-of I F -
-Md terminals save extra taxi and limousine. Kill Roaches and
. ... town Easy Way to Am.
,to .. Charges Enjoy the georgeoui foil scenery o< ,.. full veal guorontif: Motorola's guarantee covers
.- speed along in a modern Tro.lawyr. ThruLintr tin tsi banse of,.pelre"lube" part proven
. N you It is the easietj travel on earth. defective In normal ..... Arranged through us,
-..Iww0-- 11 ,. labor eiira.HanJulrtJ.

:: dI 'O + poutf troxiformtf ftianii Is prtcU Ion

,- 1ala7 A HUGE crafted with modern" hand and dip soldering! for

olrleq..eq..V.. I circuit conjMctloM of bIb reliability.

-.:: .,..jQ. ;. \, WALLPORTRAIT $100l1x14 f I'

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1 t. \\\ReapportionHotPotato Tossed to Legislature- :



,., TALLAHASSEE (AP) -. The I ties to form districts of 50,000 Gilchrist; and Columbia, Baker, of.having to deal harshly with pie how to run their affairs. '_

.oPUTA recent resounding defeat of another population, would give the LegIslature Union, Bradford and Nassau; any county Including consolidation And, If the reapportionment
reapportionment plan toss. Best Solution May more leeway In planning, Levy, Citrus, Sumter and Her- considered virtual political :were politically bad, the lawmakers
ed the perplexing problem backto reapportionment while keeping i a nando; Osceola, Okeecbobee and suicide could point to the fedefv

.: the Legislature with no indication Still Lie in the Courtwill workable aized House. Martin; Hardee, DeSoto and And those who do lose would al court as the culprit.
that a solution Is In light Under such a plan, the House Charlotte; Glades. Hendry and become political martyrs, vic I All hi all, federal court reap.
from there. would have 114 members, with Collier; Clay and Putnam; and tims of an all-powerful federal portionment might not be quite

MATCHTO This time, though, a solution Dade County having the large St. Johns and Flagler. government reaching down the bogeyman it has been paint-
might come from another ; and the court will makeIts any apportionment plan--has or- delegation: 21 members And the Another solution would be 10 the grass roots to tell the tol ed.
source: federal court. And It's plan stick. dered the apportionment of districts would comprise a maximum add more seats to the House for
debatable whether that's goodor The apportionment amendment both houses based upon popula of five contiguous counties. the urban counties. Some have

bad. the voters rejected would tion.This argued that this would make an
YOU Earlier last week, the specla have given constitutional sanction was the fourth time the One key to apportionment Is almost unworkably large house,
three-judge federal court In Miami \ to the 43-senator, 113-repre- voters from the big counties rejected keeping the same total number, numbering close to 200 representatives. l lr lrIn
handling Florida's legislative senative apportionment set up an amendment plan they redlvlding them among the a
MORTGAGE apportionment received a by law In the January 1963 considered insufficient tossingthe counties and districts accordIng Despite the problems and
petition seeking Immediate acion. special session. problem back to the Legislature to how the population. risesor maybe because of them some
The U. S. Supreme Court like the hot potato that it is. falls every 10 years. state house observers say the

Results of this petition remaInto knocked down as unconstitutional The big counties gained two Using the proposal of one seat Legislature may be content I to

A Woodn *f 0* world TM Wit be determined. But the court the f -l12 law, but did Dot large measures: Dade Countywon for each major fraction of 50,000, let the court devise the apportionment
the House
Mortgage Protecttow Win can provide has withheld Its power to hand rule on the companion constitutional the first multiple Senate this would shape up like plan.
cash meanest the finest gilt: down an apportionment plan 01 amendment which Included seat; and 13 small counties each : ,In the first place, the three-
a man CM leave hit fmllye Its own and direct Us accept a provision for reapportionment -' gave up one or two seats. Dade 21, Duval 10, Hillsbor- Judge court la made up of Floe
ough 9 Pinellas
home, 1m tnd clear.You also let ance. every 10 years, beginning This action by the 13 markeda and Broward 8, dlans, steeped In the tradition
Orange 6, Palm Beach 2 &:.
the: added protection of permanent Yet that remains In 1971. milestone in Florida's legislative of the South. Therefore, they argue .
same power cambla and Polk
4. Voluila
ill /Insurant tint will continue Florida's vote on the amendment .
iDDortlonmtnt history. Heretofore the plan Is sure to be con
a threat to the Legislature. If
sore after lost tnortjaj 'li pud. last week was nearly two counties have been reluctant and Brevard J, Leon, Alachua, servative.
Mat a quick call lod,y. Find the Legislature doesn't reapportion to one against It: 643,142: to 34537. ,. to give up seats for any rea Manatee and Sarasota 2, Monroe
out Uw low cost 'In your case and satisfactorily, the court I Marlon, Bay, Gadsden, Additionally, letting the court

Ft till ton story en Woodmen of All but one of the 11 big counties son.Now Highlands, Jackson, Lake, Lee, solve the problem would remove
hi Worlds ertstindlng program of rejected the proposal That that only the top 11 counties Okaloosa, Pasco, St Lucie, Santa from the lawmakers the stigma
1r.IemaI.ncllCICl.I btiwf its. Today InHistory Duval i in population have more Rosa Seminole and Indian j
one, County, favored It Florida.
I than one House seat, only a few River, 1.These .
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only
slightly to
: 31,709 38,208.
routes can be followed In the

apportionment counties would have
to
Six of the 22
counties that re- I WE GOT
jetted the amendment are classified problem.The be formed Into district havingone
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after
naturalAfter
as small counties. These six problem could be solved seat each: bowling, beers a

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS were Charlotte, Citrus, Flagler, by consolidating the smaller Walton, Holmes and Washington -
Today Is Tuesday, Nov. 17, Hernando, Holmes and Martin. counties letting them share ; Calhoun, Gulf, Liberty, SO BIG yoo'v bowled game or two,or when you're winding np
i the 322nd day of 1964. Thereare The other five that rejected Itwere House seats much as they nowshare I Franklin and Wakulla; Jefferson the evening it the neighborhood bowling center,it'l good to relax
44 days left In the year. middle-sized counties: Ala- Senate seats. Madison and Taylor; Hamilton, 'CAUSE WE with friends and compare scores.What better way to add to the
Today's highlight In history: ucha, Lake, Manatee, Monroe, One plan, consolidating coun- Suwannee, Lafayette, Dixie and sport and the aociableness than with a refreshing glass of beer?
On this date In 1800, the first and Pasco. CHARGE SO UTIlE However you take your fun-beer'always makes a welcome.
congressional session was held F / addition to the party.
This almost unanimous reJection -
CHARLES A. MARTIN"" PIC In the unfinished Capitol Build- by the heavily populated HEATER REPAIR mCONO-CA\\ Your familiar glass of beer Is also a pleasurable reminder that

II TATS.. Unlvmlty MANAOI Anna ,ing. Washington was only a counties Is significant It was & we live In a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy,
..1_."' .. PF.fWpMn .cluster of huts In a swamp. they who demanded more -Q" beer and ale, if we to desire,is just one,but aa important one,of
repesentatlon -
are-laae On this date in the stale Legisla. S Quick .fflclent service .Trained and experiencedReosonabl. 1. -"OK: :z. those personal freedoms.

In 1776, British forces led by e rare* service men .... Oil Inwnfltt All Iedudd
Lord Cornwallls attacked Ft. ture.And O Radio dispatched trucks C 24 Hour Mrvlc.Service NO DROP CHARM k In Florida..beer roes with fun with relaxation
they almost
cannot lose e on all invokes of equipment @
Lee, N.J. In the TO MX AIRPORT UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION.,
reapportionment bat.
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In 1891, the Polish pianist and tie. The U.S. Supreme Court I Ph. 376-8268 HEATING AMERICAN fr AllCONDITIONING Phone FR 6-3644 Row sox n wools teas noun
statesman, Ignace Paderewskl, I which CO. OFFICE AT MANOR MOTH
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In 1930, banks' in Arkansas,

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1942, Allied paratroop forces -I ,
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II Preferential Tea women 0 w THE unmy f Y YRuth Coffee ComplimentsAntique --At -



Entertains PledgesMrs. ExhibitorsIn
Weimer, Women Editor "Io

Leon Mims of Xl Phi'Troy Phillips, M r.. Herman
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertained Harjes, Mrs. Kay Lugar and Even Poodles Model honor of the dealers exhibiting 'the antique silver coffee serv "Th Christmas
with i preferential 11 Mrs. Betty Andrews, all from at the Antique Fair and ice.Pink '
tea for pledges of Alpha Lamb Alpha Lambda; Mrs. Marvin Sale, sponsored by the University rosebuds In a pewter coffee Shop"

da, Gamm CM and Phi Beta Whitten, Mrs. Fred Rooks, Mrs. Medical Guild, a coffee was I pot adorned the serving ta-
Theta Chapters, at her home Earl Peterson, Mrs. Mike Mer- given last night at the home of'ble, which was laid with an
Sunday afternoon. I jet and Mrs. Tom Bridget I ,1 Mrs. Thomas Mares I'heirloom lace cloth belonging to
Greeting l guests at the door from Gamma Chi. The Antique Fair, being heldin the Maren family.Chrysanthemums.
were Mrs. Minis and Miss I Also Mrs. George Best, Mrs.I 3 3d the old Margaret Ann Store'l In shadesof t? da
I Connie' Stringer, vicepresidentof Tom Brownetle, Miss Pat Allen will be open until 9 bronze and yellow decoratedthe
XI Phi. Miss Candy Blake, Miss tr i night and on Wednesday from Florida room.
The receiving line Included Barbara Chamblin, Mrs. Chris 10 am..until I p.m. I Mrs. Maren and Mrs. Edward
Mrs. Harold Johnson, XI Phi tine Bristowe, Miss Denise Mrs. Harry Pry
resident; Mrs. Robert Young, Tyre and Miss Mary Tyre, ident of the guild, presided at party. '
City Council president; Mr.. from Phi Beta Theta; Mrs. Additional guests for the evening f
JM. N. Yaun,' Gamma Chi president Bert Davis, Mrs. Harr y Lay- Nurses Assn. included members of the "

; -Mrs.-J P. Allen, Alpha field, Mrs. Reid Poole I Miss Guild committee In charge of
mbda president, and Mrs.lobert Pixie Hampton, Mrs. Monice Will MeetIn the Fair Sale.Ceramic. .

Whitehouse, Phi Beta Bridges, Mrs. Maurice Tisdale, 'II
preparation for the annual Owls '" j
eta president. Mrs. P. A. Lee 'I '*
101 r a. Glynn
Yellow roses decorated the!Markham, Mrs. Donald Harkee Roll Call membership drive for Shown At UnionThe ,i May your
the Florida Nurses Association
erving table.Pouring Mrs ] friendships be many d
Jusick
Anthony Mrs. Joseph District 10 nurses will meet Florida Union Is presently
were Mrj Harold Sommese, Mrs. Joyce t ,p with other area nurses tonight displaying a selection of ceramic 1 and your mailbox i
;mith, Phi Beta Theta sponsor; Masslngill Mrs: Howard Brower owls, handcrafted by Miss
trio Sadie Wilson, X I Phi at 7:30: p.m. In Room H 611.I full of
and Mrs. J. 0. Whiteman University of Florida Hospital. Hasel Martin of Gainesville. OW
ponsor; Mrs. Paul Bergman, Jr, from XI Phi. /" t J The will be held In Over 30 pieces are In the show
;amma Chi: sponsor, and Mrs. program : +tc.wL
tnne Vestal Lambda n: ., ';' connection with the Nursing 1 with owls shaped as patio lights l
Alpha
i ponsor.. Fashions for poodles as well as people are being modeled for the holiday tea Grand Rounds as presented by i vases, centerpieces and wall 1, CHRISTMAS \
Mrs Robert Jennings kept son with this trio of toy poodles showing the last word for dogs at Peggy the University Hospital and plaques. |
j e guest book. Shealey's Pooch Parlor recently.. Left to right are: Otis, In a red and white will feature representatives of' The display, exhibited In the / CARDS!
I I Those calling during the par. Santa Claus suit; GICI. appearing a party coat of turquoise trimmed in gold the Florida Nurses Association. I North Wing Gallery of the Union ; CHESNUT OF'ICIIQUIPMHT 9
hours were Mrs. RM. Shaw, braid and Beau, modeling brushed blue nylon pajamas. Otis belongs to Mr. Main speakers for the evening will remain until November | CO. 1
Audrey Urquhart, Mrs. and Mrs..W. D. Maxey; Girl belongs to Senator and Mrs. W. A. Shards and will be Mri. Ruth G. Dorn, R.N." 23.Miss. Inc. 1i
i I fiss 0. Baer. Mrs. Billy THURSDAY, November It Beau Is the favorite at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Beard associate executive secretary' Martin Is currently touring 101 W. Unlwtlr, A... J
Kitchen shower feting Miss and counselor, Florida Nuns e s the Scandinavian countries '
ounds, Mrs. Dave Davis, Mrs 1 M 1-1411 ,
; I Jane Bingham! fiancee. nof 1 Association, and Miss Barbara:visiting the various craft cert- i
George Schiidge of Middle Calendar Of EventsTODAY A. Warren, professor of Nursing (lIeu with Mri. Olive Brlggi._I,- .-...*-'
ton, N. J., S pm. Mrs. Daytona Beach Junior College ---

James Pope, 311 SW 27th Chairman, FNA Membership -
10U{ CAN Street. November 17 Antique Fair and Sale 10 725 NE Second Street Committee. They will present -
\ Eq. Shower honoring Miss Ka y Antique Fair and Sale, 10 a m. to 1 p m, University Chapter I, P.E.0. 10 a.m., Information about ANA- MOTOROLACHANGES
p qI Nelson, fiancee of Ronald ''I arms to ( p.m., University Medical Guild Old Margaret Mrs. E J. Emig, 1120 NW FNA, the services offered

$ J Wiggins, 1pm. Mrs. Forrest Medical Guild, Old Margaret Ann Store, 107 NE First 3rd Place.THURSDAV. achievements of the organlta-
Per : McCann and Mrs. Luke Eng. Ann Store, 107 NE First Street November II tins, steps taken to Insure economic -
lish at the former's home, 805 Street Gainesville Bridge Club 1 VFW Ladles Auxiliary, security for nurses, icholirshrps -

NW 11th Avenue.Miscellaneous Alpha Omicron PI, 1 p.m., 7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn I pm. VFW Post Home.Waldo and legislation of para THE SHAPE OF COLOR TV
[FISH FRY shower hon- Mrs. Richard Bowles, 827 NW Junior Welfare League, Road, election. mount Interest to all nur....
oring Miss Gall Anderson, 15th! Avenue. f:30 a.m., Guaranty Federal "Holiday Decorations IndInspirations" A panel of members will dl.

I bride elect of William Ivey Business and Professional Building. Flower Show CUll membership In the prof.
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EVERYWEDNESDAY of Mount Dora, 7:30: p m., Mrs.C. Women League of Women Voters, Council atonal organization. Panel members -
7 p.m., GainesvilleGolf Judges 10:30: a.m. to1pm
t Orientation Coffee, 10 a m,
R. Newsome Jr. and Mrs.
are: Miss Dorothy Smith,
and Inn
Club
Country Foun-- Holiday Open to
Mrs Burton Woodward, 2114 a
Don Beatty at the former'shome ders' Day and Woman of the public. Dean of the College of Nursing
NIGHT 540 NE Second Ave- Year Observance, Dean Mar. West University Avenue. Gainesville Library Advis- ; Mine Lucille Mercadanta,
University Women's Club,
nue. Director of Nursing Services,
o PM to 9 PMHOWARD ,FRIDAY November 20 na Brady, guest speaker. Choral Group, 10 a m.. Club- ory Board 1.30 p.m., Gainesville University of Florida Hospital;

at Buffet supper complimentIng Florida Nurses Association, house, West Newberry Road. Public Library. Mill Barbara Lassos, president
District Ten, 7:30: Room Gainesville Chapter 44,
Mil Jane Bingham, p.m. Gainesville Woman's Club, District 10 and office nurse, and
H611, University Teaching OES, I Masonic Tem
bride elect of George WEDNESDAY November 11 p.m. I member of the nursing staff
JOflfl5on5 Schlldge of Mlddleton, N. J., Hospital. Creative Writing Group 9.30a ple. 01 the Ilealth Center Hospital
Mrs. Justin Harlow, 101 NW Delta Zeta Alumnae, I p.m., .m. Clubhouse. Gainesville League of Women Voters,
20th Terrace. Mrs. Charles Frue, 304 NW harmonic Society, 1 I p m, Mrs. Louis Cohen,
SATURDAY, November tl 35th Terrace. p.m., Miss Eleanor Smith, 1250 NW list Terrace, Orientation HOUSEHOLDPESTS

2830 N.W. Luncheon honoring Mill Coffee.GainelVlIle.
Jane Bingham, bride electof Junior Woman's
George Schlidge of Mid- 'Friday the 13th'Bridge I Club Benefit Bridge Crazy
Hat Party, ( a.m.. Gainesville .
13th dleton, N. J., 1 p.m., M r a.

John Linen Cherry shower, Hotel complimentIng Thomas.. I Given by Woman's Club Gainesville Woman's Clubhouse.Little Theater ARE ON THEPROWL

StreetPhone Miss Julie Cheves, fiancee I A "Friday the thirteenth" production, "The Ugly Amer- !
of William N. Babcockof |key figurines ican", 1:30: p m, Little Thea \ You
theme featured the bridge and get a rectangular picture from a
Mrs Edward Smith who
play. ter, 4039 NW 16th Boulevard.
Beach _L
Dayton 1 m., sons YOU
p. canasta of the Gainesville
Mrs. W. E. CarsweU Jr., Woman't party Club held at ed in the "lucky" chair at table Girl Scout Prairie Neighborhood MOMS MACS slim set that fits close to the wall
Friday thirteen, received a special Meeting, 10
3453 NW First Court the club house.A am. r' SOACHts' I
Luncheon complimentingMiss party prize. Girl Scout Office, 110 NW i
J FR 6.6586 large black cut figure flank- r' 'LUS'r'
Kay Nelson, fiancee of High bridge prize wu won by 1th Street w.
Mod.l' UCIUOZ4.popu'
Ronald Wiggins, 1 p.m., Mrs. ed ,an blue arrangement berries and of candles red roses Mrs. Christine Starnes; M r a. Gainesville Garden CI ub, AHTSPO .,:. '" Con.m.po"'y .
I "4e./m.r&F-Meo .I Jay Jones Jr., aunt of the Herman Breland, received second Circles r TICKS. tj "ylln 23'ding
yAn-rheu which decorated the J-
grand
r bride-elect; Gainesville Golf p ; Mrs. Alfred C Reed, took f:30 a.m., Begonia, Mrs. C I r' MOTHS' tube meae i
: H. James, 1104 SW 7th Avenue 27. III, picture
and 1'1. !
Country Club. ano.Hostesses high canasta prize and the
I __ .. for the party were Florid Put Control will give' viewing erne.
; Chrysanthemum, MrsD.
game prize went to Mrs. D. A.
you t rill estimate tar
II III IIi' Mrs. John Tipton, chair man; Sanders.In T. Sills, 121 Boulev a r d; trolling trim. cmlMrrMdng' con.d*.
I Mrs. Bill Edwards, vicechairman keeping the "Good Luck" Daisy, Mrs. H. E. Bedell, I'ructlv' nd d''..... carrying
:" (i' Mrs. James Brogdon, Nrs theme, Mrs. A. Robertson 1520 NW 10th Avenue; Day. twin The nominal' fee ch.... -.- $66000
; i'. ; received
," .. .,rt : .! A. W. Fletcher, Mrs. W, N. RobInson the complimentary tick lily, Mri. Henry Graham, tar the service, may actually' -i

:. : \ :: ;.. ', to',... l t! i' Mrs. A. A .Sapplng ton et prize to the club'i benefit 1922 SW llh Drive, Gardenia! save you money
'; f .: \, t._ \ P Jr., Mrs. Jack Simmons andJ. bridge canasta party December Mrs Davies, 22U NW 4th DIAL FR

: ; ; : u.; M. Weber. 11 at >:30 1m. Place; Hibiscus, Mrs. Char-
-; The tea table, covered with a Next bridge and canasta | IfS Shaffer. 3425 NW Ith Avenue .

MEMO FROMTRAllWAYS. beige taffeta cloth, was centered ty la scheduled for club mem-par ; Palm, Mrs. James Mi- OIIDA
by a twin cornucopia filled bers and their lam, 4104 NW 13th Place;
guests at
Friday
Rose, Mrs. R. Leee Montague n
i with autumn fruits, vegetables, s
I 130pm.: 11M NE Fifth Street Model Y13CK3ITh -
nuts berries and miniature tur- ; .
141 gOMTIOl simplicity ofel ,
-- a m, Clorlosa. Mrs
J. Bartlett nil SW a iIMIMICM e20NW. ..n Comimporirystyling
New Officers Hydorn,
THRU SERVICEto Ith Drive. U,.kA>.. H '- "l tritti"" ".,w. '
DAILY with many fwnnui
Are NamedBy --
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.1 I DOludpe WOF CourtCourt

MI of the Woodmen of Tues.Wed.Thur.Nov.
I New Yorkiieveand the World elected new officers terue '705fvtlyiar

,recently naming Mrs. Paul M.
17-18-19 .,_
aS vela. eke Herndon as Empress. .
: ?,,vdw ef cur DerInauranc.l Other new officers Inc I Iud.:
: I \ \lfSt Contest !I Mr.. Bill Devil, Duchess; Mrs i

me tod.yt It" A. Martin, Matriarch; Mrs.
Hebrom Self, Countess; Miss
I 117 N.r. Sits Defies Secretary; Mrs.

Petersburg Fay Holllngiworth, Stewardess;
16th A,.. Mrs. AcMe .
Whittlngburg, Hosteu M....'IJCIC.aoA .
\ II IboseFResklin ; Mrs. Oscar Sherouse. Lady -'".
In Waiting, and Mri. William e gotten, end
Bottomly, Captain of the Guard. i "acl mMh the
\ ft. MyersThese 2-0444 Plans have been made by the of Toad.di9ivIy ..OlletefYedvl .
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( I I Reapportion Hot Potato Tossed to Legislature


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1\J'. TALLAHASSEE (AP) The ties to form districts of 50,000 Gilchrlst; and Columbia, Baker, of having to deal harshly with pie how to run their affairs
nUT' ," recent resounding defeat of an- population, would give the Leg. Union, Bradford and Nassau; any county including console And, if the reapportionment
; ; :b "; other reapportionment plan loosed Best Solution May islature more leeway In planning Levy, Citrus, Sumter and Her- dation considered virtual political were politically bad, the law.

the perplexing problem back reapportionment while keeping a nando; Osceola, Okeechobee and suicide. makers could point to the federal -
AJii to the Legislature with no indication workable-sized House. Martin; Hardee, DeSoto and And those who do lose would court as the culprit.
Still Lie in the Court
that a solution Is In light Under such a plan, the House Charlotte; Glades, Hendry and become political martyrs, victims All In all, federal court reap.
from there. would have 114 members, with Collier; Clay and Putnam; and of an all-powerful federal portlonment might not be quite
MATCH This time, though, a solution Dade County having the largest St. Johns and Flagler government reaching down to the bogeyman it has been painted
might com from another will, and the court will make any apportionment plan-has ordered delegation 21 members And the Another solution would be to the grass roots to tell the pea .
-toy source: 'federal court. And It'. Its plan stick. the apportionment of districts would comprise a max- add more seats to the House for
;: debatable whether that's goodor The apportionment amendment both houses based upon population imum of five contiguous coun the urban counties. Some have

bad. the voters rejq\ ted would ties.One argued that this would make an
YOURMORTGAGE,: Earlier last week, the special have given constitutional saneon -! This was the fourth time the I key to apportionment Is almost unworkably large house,
three-Judge federal court in Miami / to the 43-senator 112-repre- voters from the big counties rejected keeping the same total number, numbering close to 200 representatives '
handling Florida's legislative -senatlve apportionment set up' an amendment plan they redlviding them among the .
: apportionment received a by law In the January 1963 considered Insufficient, tossing counties and districts accordIng Despite the problems and
; petition seeking Immediate ac- I special session the problem back to the Legislature to how the population risesor maybe because of them some
The U. S. Supreme Court like the hot potato that it Is falls every 10 years. state house observers lay the

tion.Results of this petition remain knocked down aa unconstitutional -- The big counties gained two Using the proposal of one seat Legislature may be content to I 1

A Woodmee of till World T. Way to be determined. But the court al 43-112 law, but did notrule large measures: Dade Countywon for each major fraction of 50,000, et the court devise the apportionment
Mortgage Protection Plan cm pro. has withheld its power to hand on the companion constitutional the first multiple Senate the House would shape up like plan. I I 1 ,

Ide end for one of the finest pHs down an apportionment plan of amendment which Jnclud- seat; and 13 small counties each this: I In the first place, the three 1
e RIM eta leatt lilt femily-a Its own and direct Its accept ed a provision for reapportionment --gave up one or two seats. Dade 21, Duval 10, Hiilsbor- judge court la made up of Flordians .
home,, fret and clear. You also let ance. every 10 years, beginning This action by the 13 marked ough 9, Pinellas and Broward 8, iteeped in the traditionsof

the added protection of permanent Yet, that same power remains In 1971. a milestone In Florida's leglslave Orange 8, Palm Beach 2, Es- the South. Therefore, they argue .
lift Insurance that will continue Florida's vote on the amendment cambia and Polk 4, Volusla .
a threat to the Legislature. If apportionment history. Heretofore the plan Is sure to be conservative
even after your mortgage It pud. last week was nearly two counties have been reluctant and Brevard 3, Leon, Alachua .
Make a quick tall today Find the Legislature doesn't reapportion 14 one against It: 643,842 to 345,. to give seats for Manatee and Sarasota 2, Monroe -
up rea
out the knr cost to your case and satisfactorily, the court any Marlon, Bay, Gadsden, Additionally, letting the court

let the fill story tn Woodmen of 637.All but one of the 11 big counties son.Now Highlands, Jackson, Lake, Lee,: solve the problem would remove
the World outstanding program of rejected the proposal. Thatone that only the top 11 counties Okaloosa, Pasco, St. Lucie, Santa -from the lawmakers the stigma

fraternal and social benefit Today InHistory Duval County, favored Itonly In population have more Rosa Seminole and Indian In Florida.
than '
one House seat, only a few
slightly: 38,709 to 38,208. River, LThese t'
Six of the 22 counties that rejected routes can be followed in the apportionment counties would have to
the amendment are classified problem.The be formed into district having WE GOT
after beer is naturalAfter
as small counties. These sixwere problem could be solved one seat each: bowling, a
By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS Charlotte, Citrus, Flagler, by consolidating the smaller Walton, Holmes and Washing-
Today Is Tuesday, Nov. 17, Hernando, Holmes and Martin. counties letting them share ton; Calhoun 1 Gulf, Liberty, SO BIG you're bowled a game or two,or when you'rewinding up
(I" the 322nd day of 1964. Thereare The other five that rejected Itwere House seats much as they now franklin and Wakulla; Jefferson the evening at the neighborhood bowling center,It',good to relax/
44 days left In the year. middle-sized counties: Ala.ucha share Senate seats. Madison and Taylor; Hamilton, with friends and compare scores.What better way to add to the

Today's highlight In history Lake, Manatee, Monroe, One plan, consolidating coun- Suwannee, Lafayette, Dixie and I 'CAUSE WE sport and the sociableness than with a, refreshing glass of beer?
On this date In 1800, the first and Pasco. CHARGE SO LITTlE However you take your fun-beer. always makes a welcome
congressional session was held this addition to the party ',, >
almost unanimous rejection rent a car from u
CHARLES snare .NlANAOn MARTIN, flC In the unfinished Capitol Build-I by the heavily populated : HEATER REPAIR ..CONO399- Your familiar glass of beer Is also a pleasurable reminder that
14 .. Unlvtnity VMMPlKIM Ing. Washington was only a counties Is significant It was we live in a land .(personal freedom-end that our nghf to enjoy
ealewelua.. cluster of huts In a iwamp. they who demanded more ... beer and ale,if we to desire,is just one,. but an important one, of
Pan. m-iiii rep. l -
On this date sentation In the state Lrgislae. Quick efficient service e) Trained experienced .- those personal freedoms. .
In 1778. British forces led by -' e Rtotonobli rote ..", Ice men
Lord Cornwallli attacked Ft Radio, dispatched trucks 24 Hour service OM Oil.NO Imunnct DROP CHARGI- All IncludM la Florida...beer goes with fun, with relaxation
And they almost cannot lose Service on oil mokes of equipment
Lee, N.J. In the TO JAX AIRPORT VNnZD STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION,INC
In 1891, the Polish pianist and tie. The US.reapportionment Supreme bat.j Ph. 376.8268 MATN8 ALL AMERICAN| AlitCONDITIONING I' Phone FR 6-3644 '..sot 01) waan Peso.nouDAi

statesman, Ignace Paderewskl, which will have the final In CO. OFFICE AT MANOR MOTH
made his American debut at .say
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In 1930, banks In Arkansas,
lllnols, Iowa, Kentucky and
dissourl, with assets totaling
$90 million, closed;
In 1942, Allied paratroop forces -
PAUL M. HUNDON, PlC.rsreler
landed In Tunisia.
50111 M.Maces* Ten years ago Russia agreed I
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Of Tricks day of heavy contact attempt to sharpen both for log rushed on temporary additions

work Is on tap today for Flor the Important battle with the to Doak Campbell Stadium (
1 ida's Caters as they continue Seminoles.The to prepare for the crowd of

Before the Florida-Georgia game in Jacksonville on Nov. : preparations for the big football Caters, after a week ol 42,000 expected for Saturday's
with Florida Stat Saturday between the slate rivals
mend
game rest to Injuries and improve game
7, Elgin White, publicity director of the State Development
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Commission, was informing of Florida State's first game play
for Houston that dav. The Gators had one of their buckling down to the t a i k being constructed In the press
busiest sessions of the season ahead box to accommodate the many
White revealed tile Injury to flanker] back Fred BUetnikolf.
writers who will take In the
He laid FSU planned to start Steve Tens it quarterback, Monday. Coach Ray Graves Line Play to Decide
have Fred Prilchett at halfback. Biletnikoff would be at worked the offensive unit Graves said front line play game
against the defensive club In an All tickets have been sold
flanker back for one play only on offense. will determine the winner. Both
Tensl would pitch back to Pritchett who would sweep wide J t earns have defensive lines that out, scalpers are reported readyto

atop and throw. The toss would be right back to Tension JfAji \ t can slug It out with anyone as ply their trade (Illegally
the opposite tide of the field. Executed perfectly, it could \ : vldtnced by big victories earlier friday and Saturday and all 'tiT ,

work for a long gainer, maybe a touchdown. A M, }lq,,,, UF, FSU Eyed In the lea on. The Gators hotel and motel space In the cd.v, N v,17, 1964
Florida won't have to S stale capital has been taken for
That's Just about the only play worry ; are ranked No. 1 In pass de-

about this Saturday at Tallahasiee. Pritchett It out for : By Sun BowlEL fence and high ,In the national ,- -
the season due to a knee Injury. But yon can count on L _, rankings In total defense, FSU,
Seminole coach Bill Peterson to dig up a new angle some- PASO, Tex. (AP-Florida) also, Is highly rated In overall weeks.Notre

where.It Forecaster Shapes Up and Florida State were Included defense and well up In rushing Dame
could possibly take the form of the short punt forma- Monday on the selection list for defense

tion with Tensl as deep back. This would allow the FSU Jane Steppe strikes a pone in her job as a foot. the Dec. 2t Sun Bowl football The Gator coach promisedsome
thrower, to get extra time to pass and prevent a red-dog ball forecaster. The 21-year-old 5-foot, 23/4-inch game. Representatives of the new offensive wrinkles for

rush. Jane, known to Atlanta television station WAG A Sun Bowl plan to talk to the use against FSU Saturday Both
By the MUM token, the short punt style la a drawbackto viewers as Coach Friday, has an average of .721 per schools this week. Steve Spurrier and Tom Shannon -
a running game It has its good points In certain situations cent thus far this season, with 62 correct predictions FSU and Florida also have are working at quarterback Paces PollBy

however. and 24 misses. In 1963, her first year as a ben mentioned as prospectlves and Craves has Indicated he
forecaster, she posted .799 percent for the Gator, Sugar and Blue- will play both the sophomore
Watch the Line PlayFSU !"I' WI_ H .N lull) bonnet Bowls. __1 and senor, respectively, against BEN OUN Dame by only 13 points a week
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might turn up a halfback who would throw a running PKY REBELS IN VITAL GAME Only linebacker Jack Card Undefeated Notre Dame's Impressive Arkansas held third place
34-7 victory over with 361 points, followed by Ne-
of,the play. FSU might concentrate on the and guard Mike Waxman are
pass sweep
on the doubtful list. Card probably tan State enabled the Mil-hl.I' brnka with 307 and Texas 2441,
has been lost for the season Irish to Increase their Points were awarded on a bails
GHS Wary of WildcatsOcala due to a knee Injury suffered The Associated Press of 10 for a first-place vote, 9 for

against Georgia Waxman, football poll with only two second net
transfer from Syracuse, hurt weeks left before the national The Razorbacks and Corn-
hasn't won a football The Tornadoes have been Heard laid the Terriers will a his knee In an accident hat titleholder Is crowned. hunkers each (-0, have accepted
game this season but Coach tendered a feeler on a bowl I face a strong foe Friday In weekend I The weekend results followed bids to the Colton Bowl. Arkansas
Jim Niblack of Gainesville game but Hume said It la Douglas Anderson of Jacksonville form sheets closely, thus the trounced Southern Methodist -
High said his Hurricanes still "premature" and any acceptances \ at Citizens Field. Anderson At Tallahassee Coach Bill only changes among the Tog 444 and Nebraska defeated
are expecting trouble with the will\ have to await completion has a 4-2-1 record to date Peterson said John Hosack will Ten Involved the bottom three Oklahoma State 27-14 Satur
Wildcats. of the sea!!On. and boasts several outstandingbacks. take over Ed Pritchett punting -'places. I II day. Texas upped Its record to

long bomb, hoping to get on the Scoreboard In a hurry and Mainly because the 'Cats still Lincoln's mentor J e i s e duties and Tony Steve Gero Ten-will I Louisiana Stale, which beat 8-1 with a 28-1J triumph over
force the Gators Into mistakes as Florida tries to catch up. use the single wing offense backup quarterback Mississippi State 14-10, advanced Texas Christian and accepted
If want to know what I look for We haven't looked at It be sl 1 Saturday. Both are sopho Invitation
Seriously, though, you kneeIn one notch to eighth Syracuse an to the Orange
Pritchett Injured a
it's Merely more of the always fore Niblack said. "It II.IWaYI more. the Bowl
from the Semlnoles, simple. Santa Fe's Sikes the North Carolina Stateame. and Oregon took over
present 150 per cent effort against the Gators. It has resulted Is unusual" and can cause He was' No. t quarterback last two spots, replacing Oregon Only three among the top five
In tremendus line play every year by FSU. And line you trouble. ; and No, 1 punter for the Slate and Georgia Tech. teams are scheduled this Satur-
play has been the big thing In every meeting of the two The GUS mentor said tackle Semlnolet.I Syracuse beat Virginia Tech diY Notre Dame plays Iowa,
teams se far.Peterson Kenny Mack has a twisted knee Lineman of Week MV1J and moved Into the No. 9position. Arkansas meets Texas Tech and
essentially Is a defensive coach. That Is, defensively and likely will miss the game Pennle Honored Oregon took over the Nebraska closes Its sessnn

minded. Go back to his earlier training at LSU with Friday night In Ocala. Other I FSU'S Frank Pennie, 242- lOth spot with a 29.21 conquest,against Oklahoma, Alabamaand
Paul Dietzel. It's there. Remember, Peterson brought the members of the GHS squad are pound stalwart of the Seven itf Indiana Oregon State, eightha Texas are Idle until Thanksgiving

three-team plan to FSU from the Bayou Bengals. healthy. The 'Canes will takea I Santa Fe's rugged/ defense 'Trenton guard Grady Jones. Magniflctnts, was the Itate'.1 week ago, was beaten by Day when the Tide faces
I'll give the FSU coach a lot of credit, though. He had 4-3 mark Into the game. Ocala held previously undefeated and Hodsdon led l a fierce P K Y top lineman last week Stanford 1J-7 and Georgia Tech, Auburn and the Longhorns meet
Tensl, a quarterback with a strong arm. He had Bllet- is 0.1. offensive minded Lake Butler line that held Green Cove play against the Wolf pack. He Oth last week, dropped s 24-7 Texas A4M

nikoff, a Reet-footed flanker back with great hands and moves. Vital Game !scoreless last Friday night In a Springs scoreless by coming up Iso won FSU's "Stvtgi" award verdict to second-ranked Alsbama. The Top Ten, with flntplacevotes

He did not hesitate to go to an offensive game, featuringthe P. K. Yonge and Santa Fe 70 victory and Doyle Sikes with six Individual tackles and for top effortt.Meanwhile In parentheses, and
pass In 1964. will collide Friday at Santa Fe was the star among stars. five assists I final work I. bas Notre Dame, with an M points: S

In vital Conference The 192 pound Junior was I record, collected 34 I Irst.place
a Keystone Taylor played an outstanding 1. Noire Dame ((34)) .33
Gators Like to Run game. The Rebels are tied for the Rebel leader on both defense -I supporting role for Sikes for voles and 431 points In the bal- 2. Alabama ((0)) 400
the lead with Macclenny. PKY and offense to earn the Santa Fe by registering s e ven Varsity Cops otlng by a special panel of 43 3. Arkansas (2)) 3ftt

Florida, even with the success of lonesome end Charles i. s half stop behind. Sun's "Lineman of the Week" Individual tackles and turningIn experts 4. Nl'braska 101I.
Casey as a pass receiver, essentially Is a running team Should PKY win from the Rebels award a commendable b I look hag Fund ContestFlorida's Alabama, t-0, drew nine firstplace TheCrtmwn Texaa 148
and 400
The only teams that have been able to move the ball wellon while Orange Park is upsetting Sikes played tackle on defense performance on offense yotes points. .. Michigan Z3S
Notre
the ground against FSU have been Virginia Tech and Macclenny the Blue, and registered 11 Individual Thomas played his U'US I best 3-team- Tide trilled 1. Ohio Slate lISI
Georgia. Tech beat the Seminoles, Georgia didn't. Wave would take the crown. stops. On offense, he standout game for Starke In varsity 1.0ulilln State 131t.
Unless both teams are so taut that mistakes are commonplace Wave coach Mike Gutierrez switched to halfback when he leading the defense a g a I nit freshman combination 7SMi Syracuse t5
It Is hard to figure Saturday's lame as a lowscoring said his grldders worked hardon galloped for 40 yards In 10 car'Lake City Jones was a constant Monday night In the annual Barry Biehcl 10. Oregon 12
that
eae. There's Just too much offensive know-how and offense Monday but would ries to lead the Rebel rushers thorn In Branford's side Dollars for Scholars game Other teams receiving! votes I
ability around. switch to defense today. "Well and scored the lone touchdownon I In a 0 0 deadlock had a slipup somewhere Topples 618 l were Florida and Florida State.

o Generally speaking, what has worked best to date this also work on our kicking game a two yard smssh. Earning honorable ment I Ion No one turned up to collect I
the scholarship
aeason Is what both teams will depend on Saturday. That md fundamentals," he said Santa Fe Coach Charlie Roberts were Pit Yonge guard Steve donations for Barry Btrbel rolled 1M-2M-1S4 HU81i1cll Has

means FSU will throw; Florida win run. Both PKY and Santa Fe came said, "Sikes has played Twedell and ends Dan Dennl' fund basketball contest, to total 141 and lead the Com
The only sure winners will be the 42,000 fans who get to out of last weekend's .wins In great football all year long son and Covey Johnston, Cross Still, the Coach Norm Sloan's mercial League at Palm Lanes ,Medical Test
witness the contest I've a feeling this is going to be a good shape Rebel mentor and this was one of his greatest City tackle Bobby Klncsld and although played under Monday night. His 2M was one
corker! Charlie Robert said "W_ work- Santa Fe tackle Trigger fudge vanity obviously
games. turned up good omens of the best efforts of the ses BALTIMORE (AP) Cspl.
wraps
ed on our pass protection yeserday. "The films showed that Lake and gourd Bill Westmoreland for the coming season son Biebel rolled with Worn- Rill Russell was ixpected to

Caught on the Run It has broken down" Butler didn't gain a yard on his Gary Keller and Jeff Ramsey bus Standard Oil Service.Wise's return to action with his Celtics'
some In our last few ,ames. side. They Just couldn't eo",- Cage Ducats a pair of lanky sophomores, Drug Store had 1050 teammates tonight after undergoing
< Private note to Sam Sullins: That's quite OK, Sam. Hope Roberta said PKY Ia a dangerous tain him. H.'. one of those football worked wed In the starting array 10 952-JO 2 while W 0 ruble's hospital tests for exhaustion

you enjoy your stay in Gatorland via your graduate study team and his Rebels! players who are agile, mobile Limited For So did Bob Hoffmann, eligible had a 1105 best single lime. and Inability to sleep.
.t UF. will haveto be ready f withstand and hostile. UF ContestsReserved after a year's absence Splits were made by El: m e r The National Basketball Association .

Extra private note to Otis Ray: You're very, very kind. another strong offensive He's a tremendous player Hoffman led the scoring with 11 Broad sell. t-7, Roy Mabel, U; champions meet the Baltimore
Appreciate those nice words. attack and definitely a college pros points, Keller had 12 and Ram and Dob Rafter, H-10. Bullets tonight after two
Nits for the W4-M
Aibnra's booming former South Breward star Tacker Fred- Get Bowl FeelerAt pect"Gaining Florida bsiketbsll "tey 11. Dick Peek Ineligible Joe Sommete of Oranges hada days off.
ericks lor Helsman Trops award. He's certainly deserving Starke, Tornado coach special mention this limited and fast season It are this year topped the B team 783 to lead the Royal Crown Russell had been held two
especially considering the talented back plays M mlnstes David Hurse said right guard week were P. K. Tongs guard announced going was frosh club with 14 points and Clawle League. H. rolled 17t- nights and a day at It. Eliza

a game bath ways. Uafertanaiely, the Helsmaa award Tom Green received a knee V C. Hod-don, Santa Fe Tickets are today priced at 132 JO'or Terry Lanler, non scholarship 211171210. Elmer Broad el 11 I, beth's Hospital Boston by order .
generally goes to a player who has had the limelight for Injury In the Lake City game guard Frank Taylor, S tar k e the 13 home limet.11lIen guard[ from Tampa, added 11 Lemonades, had 710 and Barry of Dr, John Doherty, team

a* esttre season. Probably Jerry Rhone of Tulsa this time and likely will miss Friday'sclash tackle Tommy, Thomas and the reserved section Is sold out, The CI Inn will start their Rachel, Grspes, 775. Merrill physician. Dr. Doherty gaveRuurll
LSU and Syracuse in the Sugar Bowl. If the pairing Is with Green Cove Springs none win be added for the season on Wednesday, Dec. t Parker Lemonades, had a 244 a medical: okay after a
true, leaves a lot of area bowl fans cold. LSU wen may public. geeoral against Virginia Military Insti high single thorough testing but held him a

go into that game fresh from a licking: at the hands of the Frank Martin General admlulon prices are tute. There are 13 home garnet Ipper: Tine rolled a 2203 serfs around' night to see If Russet!:
, Gators on Dec. Stranger things have Snell Breaks on the schedule.
The Gator happened n for adults and fl for chit\ and bad a Ml twit game. could !I't11IJr rest_
Bowl which dotes on high-scoring Leads 600
games would
like the Gators.Tulsa with i Florida State provided the Seminoles can best His :Mile Mark on dren.The home slate: I Win CrowdsNEW I .

of would It SSSfSSf drawback the question ZealandAP Frank Martin First Methodist Dec. 2, VMI Dec. 1, Stetson;
1 I AUCKLAND New led the Church League, Dec. 21, North Carolina; Jan, YORK (AP-The New
I ( ) Peter Snell of New Zealand with a MO series Monday night'2. Tulane; Jail 4. UU Jan fork Mets lost all of their ft-

I Brad Howes a double gold medalist at I on limes 01211. .15O.1t... 21, Miami; Jan 23. Kentucky; sal home games In Shea Ma-
Overall t the Tokyo Olympics, bettered I the tint of the season hi the Feb. I, Auburn: Feb. 13. Misslsslppl Hum but that didn't natter.
his own world record In the' set a record for a II. t
top. Slate: Feb 15, Mississippi They
Winner in Car mile today by three-tenths of Vslimont Lansberry, Calvary ; Feb 23, Florida Slat, plan team by drawing 1.7*.
Event s second with a 354.1 clocking M7 fans. This was' sn Increaseat
worldmark Baptist, had U', Harvey Thorn- March 1, Tennessee, March f,
anon set the previous
last when
152,400 over year
The Gainesville Sports Car Gainesville, Howes, driving a of 354 4 on Jan. 27, 1M2, as. Advent Christian 521; Bob Georgia. they played bt t the Polo Grounds,
Caldwell First Methodist 127
Club held a hare and-hound Porche Super Sport, averaged at W InIID tl, New Zealand. ; now completely demolished for
Frank Warner Highlands Presbyterian. Plain Itocaled
autocross: st the old airbase behind 30.65 mph around the aine-I The 23-year-old Snell. a salesman University I I housing project)
the Gainesville municipal: tenths mile course for fastest In Auckland, broke the $13; Lloyd Kowr, On Club Another sad note fur the keels
501 and QU Trip
Methodist
time of day to win first overall record at Western Springs ; Roy was their lack of 1 hitting hi ion
airport Sunday. Fifty seven and lint Stadium on a cinder Bailey First Baptist. SOJ. Martin's -
place In Class 2. He running ng five sl/sltht to OnckmatL
cars from Gainesville, Orlando, also won first place In the track. 23* was best single game There will be no meeting of .we'd

Sanford, Leesburg, Ocala Jacksonville dan class by averaging ZI se 35 Josef Odlozll of Czechoslovakia Flnt Nazarene bad a 2MI the Gainesville Quarterback I 1

and West Palm Beach mph In sn Austin Cooper. A Corvette was second In 354 4 and series and Highlands\ totaled L023 --Club tonight Bobbie Anderson a.c. tta
captain, said today. MAYIINStIJ
attended. Stingray driven by Bill Jolla Davis of New Zealand for best single. 8 p 111 I s
Members who have signed
Kaiser of Gainesville averaged finished third hi J Soil 1 were made by Bruce Roberts
The for first place 4-71 Clark up for the trip to Tallahassee
trophy
130 0 mph on the course and won First Methodist ;
I are Informed that buses win
overall was presented by Ed first place ki the ever 1 liter Powell First Methodist Clifford a ..LeAss. BEEFEATERBEEFEATER.
I Wave at I a m. Saturday from
Turlington, Gainesville Mayer sports class. First place b under Oteten. Fait Baptist, both the Gainesville CoIf and Country .
Pro Tern to Brad Howes fromRebels MOO cc class was taken by Ms; Dudley Gerald A d v fill Club OA the WlUslon road Mwiee
Cy Cegovis from and Bud Stone,
Daytona BelCh Christian. HI. Anderson said be will distribute
I tai an Austin Heiley Sprite.. v Advent Christian 17.Turkeys life
I tickets to those
m Line Other winner who took second -I were woo by Warner, who have signed ,p for the person tripprior I Zot N.'. .
I Koscr, Cadw! < I place to the four classes I i to departure at the club IeesO
For Bowl Bid? were: Bruce Herbert Stingray, and Roy Bailey. Anderson said boo lunches nJ.U7t Martini Menappreciate

Gainesville; Bob WinI m o r I. win he..served_en the trip.
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) The I'hOGB. Gainesville. Sin Hycron.. Dot Bird Is its

Mississippi Rebels, with only s so. Austin Heelry Sprite Sanford LIFE TIMEMUFFLERS
1-3-1 season record may play IDa and Chuck CuuUngham, Meet Leader
VW, Gainesville. identifiable
football bowl game. I IT. PETERSBURG D tl t I
A hare and-eomd autocrats Bird ef First Federal of Cabesvffle I
bas been approached NON TLANSrtsUILC
la with took lead to to excellence.
a competitive event two the single
by officials ef flu I cars .INSTANT CUBIT Te HeUe el Ne. Credit Cere's:
ea the course at a tone 11111.J St Petersburg Clansic
Bluebonnet, LIbel)', Gator and(The lead ear b the hare and bowbig toon*? for w e avMiss
Sun M WOff1D OraBEEFEATER
bowls.Sportscaster
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Augie FOe el,The tee can are started live lid hade 511 series 1 GIN'

WJTV, Jackson, said Ole MMeffldato ,JMeonds apart The hound wisp from wretch and her score efM
verified the report, the hare and the PETER SMELL with handicap) k rod for M 4 ax_ 1ft on sin i!sent 'nos 151111011 aoeuao, a tr

Monday of the possible post-sea., bare wins sf be increases his 4o.e poile 1. 3:541tp the top spot The tourney stlD 114 N.W. IIIM Se. Phl.e. 312.1451
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To Lust RestBy t. ,

: Area ElevensSet JACK HEWINS (AP-Quarterback) Bryant called upon to open the In one minute and three seconds
Associated Press Sports WriterSEA'rI'LE Jt Joe Willie Namath and guard holes In the Tech defense when Alabama recovered a Tech
needed the short yard- fumble on the 50 with 1.451
Wayne Freeman, the men behind Alabama go
for Bowls Hutchinson dead(AP of) Fred ; "" the Alabama attack which age. He also tumid In an outstanding in what had been a' scoreless
; cancer at
r defense. first half. Namath, used
45 ta beat Georgia Tech, monopolizedthe day on only
at rest today on a green
behind Freeman, sparingly because of a knee
carpeted hill voting on the South's All- Just a step in.
overlooking Lake a
I
Washington and the America checklist this week. for the top honor among the' jury, came off the bench He
his childhood.His scenes of Namath, who played an entire linemen this week was Jim Simmons caught the Tech defense -lat
Two of the Area's finest teams this teuon, Lake Butler game In less than two minutes a senior footed with a 49-yard toss down
friends r"habrund I
and Wllllston, have accepted invitations to bowl games ai by hundreds stood against Tech, headed the list of tackle the sidelines that gave he
the post season fever takes Its annual grip. with heads bare and bowed In ( backs; Freeman, a standout on Namath's lerformance won't Crimson Tide the baH on the one
Coach Jim Daniel's Lake Butler squad la headed for the the warm autumn sun as last both offense and defense, toppedthe be forgotten for a long time by After punching across the
the Potato Bowl in Hastings where It will meet a most formid rites were said at Mount Olivet lw.Jj1 select group of linemen. the record crowd of 53,505 which touchdown, Alabama tried an
able foe In Baldwin. Cemetery for the man whose x Freeman, afoot, 192-pound Jammed Grant Field In Atlanta. onside kick and recovered the
Meanwhile, WUIUton's surprising Red Devils are destined life was dedicated to baseball.In senior, was the man Coach Paul Few had seen so much happen ball on the 50. Namath came:
for the Ralnbowl Bowl aC Dunnelloa where hey will face those valleys\ below he had right back in and fired a 45.
Oviedo romped as a boy. Not far to the yarder up the middle and It was

Lake Butler currently Is t 1, with a game with powerful north Is the Franklin High Berra Get first and goal on the five for
Cross City still standing In Its regular season path. The Tigers School field where he first May :I Bama. He passed for .the touch
have wrapped up the Northern Division title of the Su- gained notice as promising down.
wannee Conference and the battle with Cross City will serve young pitcher There, too, is I It took Namath only 34 secondto
Sicks' Stadium, the Pacific A: put 'Bama on the Scoreboardthe
the overall championship game.
as Baldwin has raced past nine straight foes this season and Coast League park where Fred New Job Bonus first time and 29 'seconds the
has winless Crescent City between It and an undefeated won his 19th professional gameon second time around.
only
their final seven last season fora his 19th birthday-a field to, Yankee Other backs singled out for
The Indians won Nears 50Joe
season.. streak. which he returned twice in later Clipper By DICK COUCH from player to manager. mention included Steve Tensl(
U game winning years as manager. Associated Press Sports Writer "J haven't heard from him yet and Fred Biletnikoff of Florida
Chums of his boyhood and DiMaggio, who become the celebrated New NEW YORK (AP) Yogi about wanting to go elsewhereand State, and Bob Biletnikoff\ and
-Talk of Area friends of the man overflowed York Yankee Clipper and Hall of Fame baseball player Berra, a two-time loser In October I hope he decides to stay Russ Smith of Miami.
the Rainier Beach Presbyterian pones in front of an oil painting of himself In DI. may have his cake and eat But he's free to do what he Linemen mentioned included
Coach Sammy Miller's Williston eleven has been the talk Church, where Fred was bap.Uzed Maggio'a restaurant on San FranciHco'a Fisherman's It today. wants and he still gets the money Frank Pennle of Florida Slate
of the Area with Its comeback from last season's dismal record where he taught Sunday Wharf. Friends will honor him Wednesday with a I The deposed New York Yan- ." I and Ed Welsacosky of Miami.
of 1-7-1. School classes and where, Monday banquet. Still a trim 193 pounds, DiMairclo's: Interest kees manager, with a $25,000golng..y Berra signed a two-year con
The Red Devils have sped to a 8-M mark Including a he was eulogized by the now is banking. He'll be 50 on Nor. 25. 1' gift from his old tract as a special field consultant -
tie with undefeated Cross City. Only Chicfland remains on Rev. Elbert E. Sullivan, Its pastor (Af wiftrtwta" to lilt Sun) bosses In his pocket, was expected for the American League
the regular season slate Thursday night at funeral services. to become a member of club, effective Nov. 1, but an
bowl the Citrus at Inverness, also has Its the New York Mets coaching' clause
Another nearby The 700, of them hearing escape permitted blm to
many
game lined up with Daytona Beach Father Lopes slated the services by loudspeakerin LSUExpectsTouglt staff at $40,000 per year, with I accept another post U he de
the announcement forthcomingat
10 face Vmalilli. sired.
a basement auditorium t
,
Still unfilled are the Plnetree at Perry. Pecan at Monticello, told by the Rev. Mr. Sullivan were a Shea Stadium news confer- I His anticipated signing with rJl
Sunshine at Ocala and possibly the Strawberry at Starke. they made the ence. the Mets will end an 18-year
The Strawberry Bowl has not been played the past two in church history.up largest They stood throng In Game Front Tulane Berra, who lost his one-year career In the Yankee organization. -

seasons, and It Is' not known.yet If It will be continued this the alai... They filled the managerial job a day after the I Yogi, 39, played for the
time around. church Yankees lost the deciding World Yankees from 194S until he re-
Three Area clubs definitely should be hi the running for foyer. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS said three players I Series game to St. Louis list placed Houk as manager last
the Incomplete bowls, whether they are or not The pastor spoke of the careerof "This Is going to be our tough would be sidelined probably month, reportedly will sign a.season. He was the American
Cross City has a sparkling l-O-l record, with Lake Butler the man who had managedthe est battle with Tulane In the last match. These for the LSU two-year, $80,000 contract as a 'League's most valuable player
remaining, North Marion Is 8-1 with oft-beaten Dunnellonyet Detroit Tigers, the St. Louis! 10 years," says Louisiana State Saxon, who Include end Jim member of Casey Stengel's 1951, 1S54 and 1955. /1, .
2 with P.I<. Yonge on tap Cardinals and the Cincinnati suffered a broken strategy! board and occasional If Berra becomes
to play, and Santa Fe Is 7 Coach Charles McCIendon. hand In the a Met, he "TRY
6-3 mark, also should be given Reds. And he spoke of the man' Vanderbilt game, pinch-hitter. will be teaming with former
Friday. Chicfland, sporting a he knew "They've won two of their last OBoyfe's son, up
as one whose Tommy KING
great who
a look If It defeats Williston this weekend. bulk and outward gruffness hida three games and have momen- Injured a knee In a r* It's A Bonus Yankee pilot Stengel, who re-
pre-game ferred '
humble heart tum," said the LSU coach as he workout; and fullback George The $25,000 "bonus", which to Yogi as "my auistantmanager" EDWARD

-First ShotCross "1f asked to help with some ran his Tigers through a review; Cortez, who suffered a twisted Berra will get If he steps out of kee pin stripes.when both wore Yan- 4m.r/c:.'. Ltryttt Smiling/ .f
church endeavor," the pastor of the kicking game In sweat knee sgamst Vandy. the Job the Yankees offered him
City will have Its first shot at an undefeated season said, "Fred would say, 'We'll do clothes Monday.The I Coach Doug Dickey of Tennessee after his dismissal as field boss,
Coach Al Parris this Friday night when It plays hostto Tigers meet Tulane Saturday was made public Monday by
said
the best
under we can. In everything he had confidence In A me'ern protection packagefor
Lake Butler. he always did the best he In a Southeastern Conference his team despite its 30-0 loss to I Yankee General Manager Ralph. rJ' retaj stores is now avail
Parris had guided the Bears to 31 wins and only five losses ,could." football game at New Or Mississippi.We've been down Houk. I'L (..(/ ? I able to most itoreownen.This
the helm. Included were seasons of I "Dan Topping (Yankee president
at
"
in his four seasons I A procession a mile In length leans. before, he said. "The season I attractiventreamlinedpacksge
) and I felt strongly that the
far this
8-0-1 Coach O'Boyle
7.3. $1.7-land so year. took a twisting lakeshore road Tulane Tommy isn't over." The Vols conl'entrAt.1 is called Retail-Pale. It.otfers
have been
Fullback Randy Corbin and halfback Jerry Karr --- club owed Yogi at least that
the big offensive guns this season with more than 2,000 to the cemetery, where again ed on passing drills in getting much for his long service," PROTECTION I c prehenavepoteceiosnfeaFORMULA
the minister for
ready
spoke briefly as the Kentucky.
rushing between them. Prairie View Houk said in Ft Lauderdale,
yards Corbln, a bard charg ng 190 pounder, hoi picked up I.4JJ casket rested on Its stand In the Kentucky went through a usual the Yankees' winter base. "He turns of one broad coverage
yards U the nine games, while Karr has played a supporting family plot, next to the graves Takes Second Monday drill, taking I look at took a pay cut when he went policy. For a survey of your
role with 1St yards. of Fred's father and mother. In Grid Poll Tennessee o f fen s e. and de- for your business, insurance needs and details
Corbin has run carried the ball on 149 occasions for a 9 ( The bearers were his lifelong fenses. on what Retail-Pak can do
yard average, while Karr has run 69 times for a II mark. friends, among them president Coach Jack Green of Vanderbilt Wins Bout Mr. Storeowner for you, call on us.HOWARD .
per PRESS
Corbin also has run up 131 points, and Karr has crossed the Dewey Soriano of the Pacific By Unbeaten THE ASSOCIATED Prairie View is has singled out sophomore LONDON (AP) -Callfomlan
goal line for 73 markers. Coast League and newspaper jlosuig In on Wittenberg In The I Steve Bevil to furnish a needed 1 Roger RIscher had his fifth\ HALL
In all but two columnist Emmett Watson. Thehonor.ry boost to the Commodores'
Corbin has surpassed 100 yards rushing games. Associated Press small-college. running straight victory today-an edge
He picked up only 90 In a game with Lake City B team bearers were friends football poll. But giant-killer game. BevU was moved In- over British champion Henry
when he sat out the entire second half and M last Fridaynight from many walks of life Industrialiats Southern University will have to the squad's tailback positionIn Cooper in a 10-round boreanda AGENCY

against Mayo.Unhappy. !scouts and, former writers, baseball ,something to say about the final preparation for Friday night's yen to stick around Britain fog 60S N.E. U ST. PH.: 2-3456
players, all game with Miami. I'a few more paydays. I
for the day merely friends outcome.
.- TidingsA mourning a lost friend. Southern U., unranked In the I
'poll, faces Prairie View Saturday -;

look at this week's state prep top ten again reveals The past weekend Southern
This
Coach'sWife
unhappy tidings for North Florida teams. upset knocked Florida A&M
Orlando Colonial, In ninth place wilt a I 1 record, la the from the unbeaten ranks and
most northern squad on the list, compiled by the Miami Has HerIltimorous the Top Ten. The Aggies, third
Herald. last week, succumbed 4320.
Ira unusual that a team from Northcentral Florida or I An Impressive victory for
Jacksonville or Pensacola Is not listed among the elite. WayNEW Prairie View could move it past

But the second lea Is much better with Peniacola High, YORK (AP) Things Wittenberg which closed its'
Jacksonville Pawn, Lee and DnPonl and Lake City samed. have been bad for the New York season with an 6-0 record more
Lake City moved up when It knocked off previously undefeated Giants and Coach Allie Sherman than a week ago. 1
Starke last weekend, leaving Its record at 6-0-2. this season but they reached a In the latest balloting by a
Gainesville could possibly wind up somewhere In the final new low when Sherman returned special panel of 14 regional experts '
list of 20 with victories over its next two opponenta, Ocala home after his club had Wittenberg collected
and Choctawhatchee. It would give the Hurricanes a 6-3 tied St. Louis 10-10 In a raging eight first-place votes and 112
mark. rainstorm Sunday. points. Prairie View, although
unnamed for the No. 1 position. ..
When he got Into the house garnered 100 points. s r -Ti
Buffalo Tops oilman Wins Sherman noticed his favorite The Top Ten, with first-place 4 1I
trophy, the Touchdown Club's votes In parentheses, and -

AFL in MostStatistics Feature Race missing 19(3 Coach-of from-the-Year its customary award, points: & 4 1r'-
1. Wittenberg (I) 112,
Bill Holtman of Lakeland spot. 1 Prairie View 100 t
won The
coach soon located his 3. Los Angeles St. ((1) 94
the 25 lap feature at the prized hardware In the famIly 4. La. Tech 80
NEW YORK (AP) Buffalono Gainesville Speedway after a kitchen. It was reposing of I. San Diego St. ((1)) 65 --L
longer Is the only unbeaten hot battle with Toot Rowland all) places atop the garbage I. Massachusetts (121) 52
team in big league pro footballbut for half the race. Rowland spun I pail 7. Minn. Concordia 49
the Bills have the distinction out to lose his chance. "The only one who could have I. E. Carolina 30

of leading the American Football The first semi final went to put It there," Sherman chuckled .. I. Sam Houston St. ((1)) 25
League In four of six team Rudy Brinson of Lakeland and[ "was my wife." 10 Texas Ail 23
categories of statistics the second to Will Cagle of Tarns. 4"t

Coach Lou Saban'i Bills have I I

the best averages In rushing First second and third heat Brakes that pull to the Uft or right aredangerous..h.r.'s
offense, total offense, rushing races were won by Brlnson, Ca-
defense and total defense.In gle and Elbert Davis, Lake City, the cure

10 games Buffalo has allowed respectively. Rowland won the
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REVIEW *YfcJi'Vc| Decor? Executing MissionaryLEOPOLDVILLE


City officials grumbled a bit

of "bah, humbug" about the the CongoAP Iy responsible tor the safety of neighboring Central African Republic *
Late Morning early arrival of the city' ( ) The fate of American Dr. Carlson and of all other ,

Readers' N. Y. Christmas decoration Monday, missionary Paul Carlson, Americans !in areas under rebel Many whites, most of them
Listing threatened with execution by control"In Belgian have been
Request i "The mayor has already registered I shot or
AllisChal 21V4 Goodrich 61*. his complaint," Utilities Congolese rebels, remained a Chicago, Dr. Arden Aim-\ hacked to death by rebel war
Director John Kelly told Commissioner mystery Nay The United quist, executive secretary of rlora. but Carlson Is believed to
Alcoa
Tho 1.IIOw1nN.+N eMHkn, ... 63 Goodyr 47* States warned Insurgent leaders Covenant World Missions In (See CONGO en Page I)
rpu.N Alan Sutherland aft
tunn.ntlM/ WKlets/ly p.,/, TI.J :::=.? ionSTOCK AmAIr 45'* Greyhnd 24,*, er Sutherland protested. they would be held to account If which Carlson served, said the be the first sentenced to death
/urn1M"e m LISTINGS AmCan 43H GulfOil 62H they harmed Carlson
captive by the rebel command Thousands
missionary
"definitely
AmCyan 65* Honw 129NS5V4. I quite agree, Kelly explain The rebel radio announced
HerceWulbernMarphey I It not a of Congolese have been
spy
ed. "I in 10
wewill
AmMot 15S IntHarv suppose years
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Monday that the :36yearoldmedical US. Embassy officials In Leopoldville slain In the struggle by Commu-
be the decorations
AT&T WIt IntNlck I 7xu putting up
NEW YORK TIdewater 34% Life Investors '___._ 10.J71 AmTob 36 IntPap 3 7ti." In July." missionary from Rolling indicated attempt nist-backed rebel tribesmen
STOCK Trans W A Hills, Calif., had been sew were being made to contact the against the central government
EXCHANGE 51 Life Stock Fund ?u_ 7.87 AmpxCp 16x6" Jones&L: 73SO Sutherland said It "appallsmy tenced to death
Union Pac ._ 1.80a 44% Mass. as a militaryspy rebels through the International of Premier MoIst Tshombe
Abbott Lab _____ 2.40 44 Inv Stock 17.11 Anaconda 54KaisAI sense of esthetic to see and would be executed In
Allied Chem _. 1.SO 53%, Und Air L 1.5Ob 56'10 Mass Inv Growth 1.21 Armour 55% Ken'cott 95; Christmas decorations up before Stanleyville at noon. It has Red Cross. The Insurgents, who al one
Amerada Pt __. 2.00 (4 UpJohn 1.00 49 Plineer Fund _._._. '.. 10.41 Babcock 38 LlgiMy 851.4 Thanksgiving. broadcast nothing further Carlson was captured two point controlled one-sixth of the
Jim Walter I on hit months ago close to Yakoma, on Congo, began threatening foreigners
Am 25 Puritan __
Elc Pow 116b 44% -- i Fund 1.13, BethStl 38 Loch'd 37* fate
said his Installed
War Lamb Kelly crew I the Congo's northern frontier, In their territory when
Amer Enka 140a 70H .70 31'10Worthlntn Putnam Growth '_. 18.44 Boeing 65'i Lorlllard 44'
the decorations at the Instruction In Washington, Secretary of
after he had refused to leave his government force
spearheadedby
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said
if Carlson
of the merchants division I
Amer M Fdy .90 18% Xerox ,_ 104 Value Line Inc _,_... 1.90 CaterTr 584 MM1.M 6m Congolese patients The missionary whit mercenaries began
Armco Stl ?...... ..... 3.00 17'4 Zenith __ 1.208 18'10 Wellington Fund .._ ._ 15.14 Celanese 72Vi Mohasco 14>4 of the Chamber of Commerce outrageous were executed violation It Mmld of intern.be "an I had taken his wife and driving back rebel forces In a
prior to the) CofC Christmas two children to safety In the drive on Stanleyville.
Atch Topka __ 1.20a 33x' 58 Mons'toCocaCola 854 ...
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OVER THE COUNTER NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS parade. The parade will be Dec. tlonal law and of accented
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Beech US 1.10 53x' V. Inc.,Auoctotlwi M Ml rwimtf. W tecurttlM Mull! tr Dot iKtlMM 241,600 Madsn Sq Gdn 2% up % CondEdis l2HNatDbt 27HSI'S The utilities director said he Rusk appealed to Prime Min Some Areas Get
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Bristol .10 13% M sae1. NASDIM wt+n.bN 71,000 ContCan has a problem phasing In the
My .sign within which HWM Mcurltin Pure Oil 55% off IH 525 N.AmAY ister Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya to
Brown Shoe ,_.... UO 101 NYIh(irtMliAlico +ve k.m wW (Ml wbHxht M.600 Com Sat Cp 44 V up 3H\ DowChe 79V Penney 67 decorations Installation with the use his influence as chairman I

Brunswick 8% Land __.. .r 11% 60,400 Format Dalr 14U up H duPont 286* PRR 80* regular work duties of his crews of an African committee seeking .
Cambell S._.._._ Z.4O 34% Amer Fidel Life 24'10 59,500 RCA 33H up IV EAL 40'. StONJ 89:% to avoid overtime work. to end the Congo civil war to Welcome Rainfall

Carter Pdt ..._ l.00a INCase Amer Heritage ._._ 22x1 50,900 Estm Air Ins 41 up 2V! E.Kodak 141HStudebak 6'1 The utilities department Is responsible try to save Carbon life
J I _._ 18% Amer Mat Ins .___ 19K : 42,200 Wstnghse Elc 44* up H Firestone 43* Swift 54 for Installing the decorations Rusk said rebel charges that
Cessna Air _. 1.00 30'10 Amer Pioneer Life ._ I% 42,700 Pac Petrlum 11% unch Ford 56% Texaco 88H on city power poles, absorbing Carlson was a U.S Army majoron CHICAGO (CA.P) Rafn swepl t The situation remained grimIn
I
Ches Ohio --... .,. 4.00 71 Anheuser Busch .'_._ 62x1 39100 Gen Motors 97H up 1% FrrnstDa 14V Thlokol43UCarb I 13 xk the cost of the power a spy mission were "patently across the eastern half of I the New Jersey, where Coy
Coas S Gas __ 3S'1o I Anodyne ... _, _. 5 33,700 Am TU Tl 17% off H FreptSul 12n4 and storing the decoration during 'alse' United Slates, somewhat easing Richard J. Hughes asked mayors *
CBS ..... 1.80b 43'10 Citizens Bank __._ J7 31,700 VS Steel 55% up H GenDyn 37 UnltAlrc 57*; the year. The decorations He said the United Slates one of the most severe autumn In four large northern counties

Comb EngComsat 1.20 37'1. Conn Lt & Pow _........_ 36 31,400 Alcoa tlM up 1* G nEI $8'. VnFruit 17S were bought by the Cofc. |holds.. .Insurgent leaders. "direct- drought In history, but many to take Immediate steps to
Corp. 441/. Cowles Mag It Pb ._._ 12* 30,600 Pan Am 31* up H GenFdsGenMills 83% USSsteel 55'. --" -- --- areas continued to battle brush conserve water, Monday' rain.

Cone Mills ._.::.. .80 21 It ;Dunn I Bradst __._ 64 29,700 Sperry Rand 14 off H 43* UnivMat 15..1 fires and to seek emergency. fall measured only 04 Inch
Cont Airl ____ .40 ZI% Florida Gas '_.,. 11% 28,200 Zenith 68* up H GenMtrs 98* WestgEI 44"-1" Miss.' Firm Buys water supplies.

Contl .Ins _. UO II Fla Nail Bank _... 64 AMER STK UCHACI'IVE Goodyr 47* Woolwth 30'11 : Rainfall over much of the Record Vole
Contrl Data 53' Fla Tele ._.mir29* Midwest dampened charred
Corn Pdts __ 1.50 53'1 Forrest Lab ..___ 25% STOCKS Auxiliary Starts fields and forests, but in 1 the
Delta Air ._ 1.60 64x1 Founders Life _... 10 Volume Close Change Adkins Mfg. Co. East water supplies dwindled Shown In

Det Steel....." .60 14 Franklin Life ......__..... 56 80,100 Fotochrom 13% up 1V Gathering Gifts I I and Intermittent precipitation
Emerson El 1.00 43% Great American ____.... Ili 49.700 New Idrla 2H unch In did little to alleviate terlou

Fair Camera _... .5Og 23% Groilier,.. ....._...._. 37% 48.200 Missey-Ferg 30 up H Ncwbcrry By SUN KULPUofF Around 1943, it switched to drought condition and fire In Final Tally[
Finan'l) Fed __ 361/ Gulf Life 50V 36,500 Strong Cobb $'i up tt' Student Journalliil I wire bound crate and hu woodland areas.Subslanllal .

Fst Chartr ...._.. 1971 25'41 Herff Jones _._.._'_ 18 35,700 D Kaltman 34 unch Auxiliary NEWBERRY of the-American The Ladies Le- Although the ilgn hasn't been been at It since I shower moved
TALLAHASSEE
Fat West. Fin. _. 15% Home IM ._...... 69'10Kennasaw ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS gion has commenced getting together changed yet, what was formally On Sept I of this year, the over Southern Illinois, wettlni$! ord number !: (AP-) rec.
Food Fair .50 23'% known *i the Adkins Manufacturing and of people In Florid
plant Inventory sold
Life _.__ 10yLife Purchases were the area where fires destroyssome
_
400013 Its for the Christmas
[ gifts voted In the Nay 3 enf.'ral.lec.
FMC Corp __ 1.00 62x1 of Fla ', __, 8x1 Short Sales .__ 3,213 shops at Veteran' Hospitals Company t Is now crankIng to the American Box Companyof I 15,000 acre of timber this lion ,
Frito Lay .__ .. m. out wire bound crates at Fernwood, Miss fall It ended ralnle
Lowes Company ..... ZO Other Sales ,..__ 410,988 throughout the state a 41-day To be exact
Gen Tele __ .88 38:1:(. the old address for firm 1.154,481 person
Milgo Electron .._.__. 1% Total Sales ____.__ a new American Box Is a division of span for Cairo In the southern
414,201 voted the
Ga Pacif __ I.OOb 58T Mort Guaranty Ins 251f. Mrs Olivia Gray, rehabilitation Founded by J. B. Adkins backin Allamal Corporation tip of Illinois Slat CanvassingBoard

Getty Oil I.I0g 285 Pacific Sw Air .__. 31% PREVIOUS DAY'S chairman for the fourth : 1930, it originally manufactured G H. Chappell. resident manager -I Rain In Indiana broke a IF said today In certifying
Grace Co l.00b 58 Schlitz Brew ._ 431/ STOCK MARKET district of the American Legion I baskets and k a mpers said he did not know the day drought, and a four- IIY ban result which did not change the

Hel Curtis .10 14 Secur Life ? Tr _...._ 60'10 Advance -.,.,......,,,.w_._.. 632 ,Auxiliary, said yesterday that full purchase price, but did say on outdoor fire was lifted outcome of any recto
IBM __ 5.00 432 I Southern Nitro. 25% Decline .-_- ??.,, 454 all units should start sending Veterinary$ the Inventory was sold I tor I Rain fell throughout Ohio, but The canvassing board comprised -
Int Min C 1.lOa 39x6;Travelers Ins. 39% Unchanged r..._.... ,,,.,,280 their material In) now. around 140000. the U.S. Weather Bureau said It Secretary of State Tom
Int Tele _._- 1.00 60' Universal Sec. 10'4 Total Issues _._, 1,368 The ship are set up In hospitals Post to E.lels I 1 A very uneducated g u *t wasn't enough to alter the dry I Adams, chairman, and Atty,
Gen.
Kellogg .80a 520/ Universal CigarsAMERICAN 5% New 1963-64 Highs ._ 106 In Lake City, Bay Pines I would place the total price at situation plaguing south-centra James Kyne and Asst.
Lehman CP ._ .. 1.3-18 31'10 New 196344 Lows ._. IiI and Coral Gable. .I about a quarter of a million and southwestern counties and Comptroller Burl Mswhlnney,
: STK EXCH Dr G. T Edds. Head, Department
Litton In ._ U8f 74% dollar threatening fort there I representing Comptroller 1 I
Lone S Cm oo-... 1.00 215 Aerojet Gen{ _...... ..,. 28* of Veterinary Science "I After himself, Chappell said New England, which has auf Gray Green
Marsh Fld 1.60 52% Analex Corp .-_?..._, 27% haa been elected to the; the man Immediately In charge tired through Its worst autumn In announcing the vote result,
Martin M 1.00 20'10 Aqua Chem ___'_?_ 13% Sears Coca-Cola Executive Committee, Veterinary of the concern la George W. drought In history had some Adam Issued a statement say.
McG Hill __ .60a 3S1\\ Aurora Plastics _,?,._ 28% ,. Division, National Association Thompson executive vice-pres relief Ing:
I Mead Corp ._ 1.70 50% lames Engineer __ 21% of State Universities and ident of the Mississippi company Connecticut received only .01 This has been a most slgnlfU
Merkd __,_ Z.OOa 48% Butler Shoe _.._. 11% Land Grant Colleges, headquartered -!' (m'h of rain, but officials said It,cant: election year In Florida
Nat Airl __ .80 II hromaloy _. _. 11% May Split Stock In Washington Chappell, who has been with I was enough to reduce the da ro More people were registered to
N Y Centl __ .5Og 48x1Nis. Cinerama' _'.......-_ 4% He will serve In the the company since 1845 said he gee of brush and forest fire vole than ever before; and more

M Pow 2.00 55'10 Computer Scl _____ 25% ___ d __ :1ASULGC Senate, representing know of no plans to alter, expand -: Maine and New Hampshire citizen' of Florida participated
Norfolk W 1.00 141 Cutter Labs A ..,._ ,. 16c ay THE ASSOCIATED PRESS!!: 2 to stockholder of rec o r d veterinary colleges and or ihut down the current received some snow, but officials In this election than ever in his
No Ind P S 1.48 11'10 Data Control _____ S6V4 Stockholders of two of the na. Nov, 27. ary science welerln-I operation! at this time. said more precipitation I. tory"

No Nat Gas _.._ 1.10 57% Fulton Inds __.._._ 9c tion'* 1 a r g 11 corporation. CocaCola directors, meetIng further plan The current operation, located needed to bring the water Ub I.I From observation, /It la mOlt
Olin Math 1.20 m. Gen Develop __ .. ..,?_ .,. 4% Sears, Roebuck and Co. and In Atlanta, also announced strengthening undergradu a I. near the Junction of S. Main up to seasonal levels An Inch 01 f I apparent thai the Florida elec-
Owens n G __ 'OO Z.5O IDS Jackson Mmlt Mkts ._ 7% Coca Cola will meet In January a net profit of S526 million for teaching and research. Street and the Seaboard AI I Ir rain In southern, Maine and 7.ten, code must Improved and
Pac G &I E 1.00 35'% Mackey Airlines __ 5% to consider proposed 2-for- the tint nine months of 1964 Line railroad 'ra c k I. I II t Inches of snow In northern the administration and the elec-
Pac; Long Z.4O 32'10 Mead Jahnson 14 I stock split The last Coca Cola split was Viet CmilUlIt year had tale of around $1 million Maine brought some relief to Ion proreia made uniform.
Pac T T 1.20 28x1 Pac NW Tele _'. ,_... 22% In taking the action yesterday in 1960 when the shares were I ) Chappell said stricken area Her are the certified votes by
Pan Amer A 1.20 31'10P.rile Philips Elec __ 40Ric at a meeting In Dalla. split three for one. SAIGON, South Viet Nam The plant consist mainly of MamaihuMtU official ennildered race
Day ._ 1.00 28'10 ; Group ...1--I..H._ I Sear directors declared an extra The board of director declared (AP) Another US. enlisted five wire-binding machines and asking for federal aid to President: Democratic President "
Pennzoil _. ., Z.OO 44""% Sperry R. Wts. -_ V4yntex year end dividend of 35 a quarterly dividend of 75 man has been killed In South a sawmill It hire 100-123 worker Iname transportation of wale Lyndon Johnson Ma 540;

Pfizer .__ .BOa 49%, _.__ _, 55 cent a share Also declaredwas cents per share payable Dec IJ Viet Nam, raising the total of to carry out It* operation to communities where reservoir Republican Barry Coldwater
Phelps 00 ,_ 3.00 741/ Tampa Elec _. .. 21% a quarterly dividend of 45 to stockholders of record at the American killed In combat to Last year It turned out 2H mil are low 16 6,141.
Polaroid -' .20 172%'Tech Measur _._ 17% cent each to be payable Jan close of business Dec I. 223 tine 1961 I lion crate Light rain fell over much of Governor Democrat Haydnn
rub Sv E G 1.60 38' TWA Wt* _.??_, 12% -- "It la a complete/ operation" Pennsylvania A ban on imok!Burn UU4. Republican

Pure 011 .. 1.80 55'\' Valspar ......,-. .. ??? 7 I ChapptU laid. "We start with Ing In woodland, Dghtlng of Charles Holley IM297.
RayonlerRexall 1.00 42'10 MUTUAL FUNDS --- YOUR MONEY'S WORTH the log and follow it all the way campfires and burning of brush Congressmen, by district

__. .. SOb 59% Affiliated Fund __ 1.05 through to the finished crate" remained hi effect. Official First-Rep, Bob like, D-Fla.,
Reyn Metl! .50 23x' Capital Life I Gr _.... 10.02 I This comet out C h. p ,. I.11to I said 251 forest fires broke outlast 71171.
Rich Merr 1.00 56'1:Iveri Growth _. _._ 10.45 said, some 4 million feet of week and more than 50 era Scond-Rcp. Charles Bennett
R C Cola .- .. qo llA Dividend Shares ue How to Save on Taxes-2 a. umber and 400 Ion of wire. till burning. D-F1*.. M.111: Republican WILam

Roy Dutch l.73g 47'1 Dreyfus ..21.45 -' 8Iockton.J7.m.

Searle Gd .90 1314 Fidelity Ciplt .- 11.88 I Man- Third-Rep Claude Pepper, D.Fla. -

Slnqer .... _.ZOO 83 Fidelity Fund __ 1114 I Is ., 101,IN, Republican Paul
Smith Kin 1.2Oa 65T Fidelity Trend 2U3 tty Sylvia Porter ChargedIn O'Neill SJ.7M

Sou Cat Ed 1.05 m. 'undtal Invest .._. 11.74 rourth-Rep. Dante Fascet!,
..., ,,
St Oil Cal Z.OO 721-4 Income of Bostonncorporated '_ .. 1.1$ )."*., HTM. Republican Jay
StOilIndSterl ._ 200b 42x4 Inc .c._..... la.oO This year'i tax law reduce. the $2000 of Income to 196! $, come of $13.000 In 1961 Murder cGlon 83,461.FilthRep. .

Drug -,._ .IS 21 Keystone K-l __...-..,,. UI MS Indlkluallncom. tax rate you also have the use of the tax U you did this, you would pay Hague Jyd Herlong. D.Fla. -
Texas Uul __ 1.20 13 Keystone 5-3.- _.. 17,15 from ISM's levels. As a result. money for another year This more on the $1000 switch to I9U! .. U4UI.

Textron ._ 1.40 48'. Keystone S-4 __ __ .. 1.27 where It's possible, millions of means not only the $40 but the than you would pay on It In 1964 M elderly negro man was cut the victim with a knife Sunday Sixth-Rep. Paul Rogers D-
full $340 that otherwise you I- even though IMS'. rite are Fla.. nun; Republican John
1011 will be able to save taxes charged with murder Hon day night
would have had
to pay as part lower and the I Is that' Steele .....57.s.YIlthRPp.
reason
imply by twitching income' of 1964 tax due I after another Negro was found Jim Walton, Hague Negro.
your no
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES NOV. 1Ml from 1984 Into 1965 or by later than April 19(1. By making you would have shifted your Income with his throat cut In Hague a told officer he had joined Jame. Haley.
\ pay- Into a higher lax bracket "a. 73.SM.EighthRep..
I II ,
TIBKHi the rural community about 12 mile Burns, Unwell and anotherman
I ,h Low Close Net Ch,. r big IllS expense In 1M4 Income 12,000 part of your 1965! Your II000 In IW would be In north of Gainesville for a few drink Sunday Billy Matthews,
I I The following table of rate you can postpone someor the $80no-uooo bracket which D-17a., 41374
M62S 144.41
25 Rail/ . 145.00 Off .51 all of the tax due that When the four were returning,
i on I II taxed at a 23 I per cent rate L H. Bowel 'It, rural Gainesville Ninth-Rep. Don Fuqua IVFU.
25 Industries 90552 190.24 199.91 V, 4JJ I :for married taxpayer filing $3,000 to U far off a date as la their home, Walton. 11 d,1 ,
i 50 Stocks 52*.IS 517.33 522.49 U, 1.91) ; joint return Illustrate b s I April 13, IM By putting on top of your $12,- was held In Alachua County Bums began cursing and was 44117.
.1 000 In 19U, would the Jail charged with the murder Sam
1 you push 10thRep. Gibbons D-
Important this i ordered from the itsdriver
switching caa But shifting Income !1m t car by
*
$1000 Into the next hither of David Bum, a migrant ".., "..11IO.lIt11R.p..
'
Leonard
Green
STOCK .1 bracket of $12000 $14000 -I worker whose age and address E D Gurney, R-Fla.

I FLASHES IM4 In II lucerne .." 15'\ e' ..me which will be taxed at 23 percent are unknown Howell As Bum cut him WM, Walton getting stated eut. 91,731: Democrat Thomas Kerr

MARKET I TllbL IDe. AIIIL ef III Rate en .IC. Amt ., las Rate e. .u. You would actually give The body was discovered Arresting deputy Johnny Yarborough ,nay 56,744.12thRep..
yourself a tax penalty an Illustration Bill Cramer, RFta.M .
up IAI '1,000 1. n 14-. face down on a rock road just said Howell denied
NEW YORK (AP) Stock|I, 1.000 IISO J'.n! $140 15" of what you must outside of Hague Deputies Burn assaulting ,K9.; Democrat Marta HarreJ.
climbed Into 12.000 guard against as you plan your son 4J7I.
market averages $335 17.5" 1210! 1'"
ground early into o.w .Me, llluel Atu.... year end strategy. arrested Howell after quntJoo.I He was held without bond In Amendments
record high 13.000 aoo:; 1. n f4.'Jt 17'.000
Burn fellow _
under the leadership I Prn..a 2nd ing mainly J jaiL Walton dm wa. ApporUonm nt-345137 a
aftemoon De'.1 Hirt I ". SUI 201'4 $020 In Special circumstance may I43/
of whom said he
heavy.The saw Howell !he4! as a material wlllllll.I .
of DuPont. Trading was I 88010 30 tnduaL up I." 18.000 11.480 23" ,1.3111I znI taD for a shifting ef your Income : sat lost L ___ _.
chemical giant was op 112.000 S2.4. 27 n 12.2110 znI Board or III'leDlI-007, -;rre.
215.57 20 Raw oft0.7 I from 1964 to IMS sire
or
points at Us peak then trimmed 1'.000 13.500 30 IUIO zn I :3M Ratified
the Cain to Half a down points 76 15 VtIJ. up '.13 $26,000 ",720 $4360 versa regardless of rate Poll Watchers School -M,207.37UN..

__uB a huge move for this 310 Q lIS Stocks up I.. I /change or income: ) bracket Ratified

pivotal Issue. For Instance if '011' Principal: of School I had-363,
a mar-
4171.000 )
DuPont wa still responding) Volume j 1,450,000 I I Let* assume you are a mar.talpS'er cure al If you overdo It or' man anticipating a divorce 006-147,2131 Lott

to the new that It will wu>'I! tied who will have a[try tt under the wrong coodJ-i inert& year yon may want to I, Called 'Political'TALLAHASSEE School Iuperlnltndeal.l-&o1,
bute the remaining 23 minion'!through the Bit 113,000 taxable taeom .ta 1M4 lion, you may wind m paying bring IMS Income Me WM IfIpQMible 443.323,201. Ratified.
share It bold of General Mo-i I' T1Ieilted Press average and you are confident of the more tax oa the shifted facomej I I to gH the prWertnnal Taylor County school supsrln-
Ion stockGM I+I of 60 stocks it noon was ap )14 111IIII III 19C5. than yon would lave paid If tax rate available to marrVd .f AP) S.e>i then, MImi said tt was !too tendent UO-JM.65I.. IUU.
undeterred by prospects, at 330: .7 with Industrial op 33. Let' aatum that on lop of lad made no move at al1.11M" people filing )nnt! return retary of Slat Tom Adam| late fled.
ef this additional floating supply I rail dow J and otllitie up 3Th (this, yon expect an extra 12.101I1+ assume you are thai same,I branded COP tate chairman Adams said the deputies were: Continuity of government602MO236.421 _
of Its tock, advanced more Dow Jane Industrial average -I around the end ef W4 a* a1bonu ourrlcd taxpayer who win ....I I Or tf you're a widow er widower 'Tom Brown' request for poD',private citttfM who. left their Ratified
than a potat to a rft"ft71' at noon wa* a, 711 at or special commiMio) arj''a $12,100 taxable Income to.I',' whose poue o>4 to IM2.:wttrhert during (he No*. I gear' buslneM to tram for the Job, Agriculture commlionr du.
H7.21., wen above Its latest I'1964 but do :'and who** Income splitting privilege eras election a political I
move toward recent I, rec'erd fee.If yo* ant expect tile' move. I'".. kul touldnl tall them back t1ee-62t mmsae. ILIIJfItcf.
All Big Three motor and lop, cbsin, klgo. Standard you art paid the 12,600 to1n extra $2JM on lop ef this income run out ta WM, you also "Browsj didst weal deputies,oa sack short notice," he said I Dade County civil truU 7/
steelmakers were klghr- Poor's SOMtock hid also was final wwII ef OK your tex! thin ,..,.. .1 I might want to shift Income from al the polls," Adam said Mooday. -| Official deputies observe and 5352.402Ratified..
Other blue dip j'*"**'* above its closing peek but the **) this income will be I940. But i Yea might conclude that, became 1M kite lM4.The same ream "116 wasted !DM outage he''I examine the election prom al JudIcial ctrculU-WjO-Sta..

stflitle, rubbers ills ad-,AP average was still below IIi tf. knead, yon are paid the lax rate* will be tower hit,for shifting Income from IMS to1M4 would gel eut ef requesting the pod and report to the sac:I 771 lUtJfkd.CoMlltutlonal\! .
record. i| Identical A.JOIII the tint ftftj 116$. JFW should try I* twitch! would hold *T you're a head I them" ![retary sf ...,.. revblone-401,
MRau, still facing I Nuke Pike advanced ta airy ac-j jef 1M4 yew tax wO he I ome ef the m._ from ISM,ef houtthold taxpayer who n- Al his arws conference, Adam| roD watchers are designated 1 432Jl1 Loot
threat b kedtortj WftCIJwly.1 live trading ea the American'',$500. Just by pudIIICtit extra le IMS M yen na benefit from peels I* lose that ttafw next said Brevn aimed his pod :by each party and have the right I Second gasoline| ''''-2tOm.
,
II ether Stork Cxcnangc. I 6.600 of Income from 164 tofol the reduced year er If you are due lot a
Asmrua 17 I' \ rate fOIl micht watchers and after th* ecre-l I to rhalltnte any voter at the :144.HI. Lout
group tacked oa gain o a|! Corporate bond were mixer IlMS, poll save M .to taxes. I IJ for 1Detaftre. try la runt $IJMa :wbstantial pay .band ant year I harp ef Mat*'* office releWlite poll Pot watchers mutt be I Sarawta County hnaead.umPCIGltf5lJa.J7UIL

poIII&lit better -hut there wereplenty j(7.S. govenuneat bond drifted:J'II nil las saving Is only part yw would have au Income I NEXT New to deer laceeaei Ij 1 eff itIal deputies. from duty.I aimed 14 days to advance ef *a'[. RatS-
of soft spots scattered)Istghtly lower. I let| the story for by postponing:of I1WOO ta 1M4 and u av'tote IMS. 'iVewa the asked for then. By ,electioa I|llied.ru.adoy L



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j Abigail ",lop.. Abby niwin ill mill.JJEAR .

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In and without she ten then In the ume spirit I rr AN'f CHANCE vIR/KKff EV'RITIMESHEMENSHUNS
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husband'i mother getting on anger
THET- PLACE AH ,
,. ABBY: My' MUST C'AN'1 C7 US C ON, PLENTY GITS A
years, but the still enjoyi shopping personally for ill of her and there will be no hurt feelings. M t WOt1T tS IE Up MAH DE GOIN1' O"wYwiLL buRNIN'
grandchildren' Christmas gifts. She starts In October. She S == > P IN TH' PLACE SOMt THAR? rSOTNARFEEUN'"
sends the gifts directly to me, and I do all of her gift DEAR ABBY: I Just don't understand people. Or maybe W { AH COME FROM.!.' PLACE!!

wrapping and mailing. Abby, she selected a book (I suppose It's just me, but what do you think about having a big party .Z
you would call It a FACTS OF LIFE book) for herfourteenvearold to celebrate a couple's wedding anniversary when one of
grandson. 1 looked through It, and It explains them has been dead for two years? Some friends got together ==

how he grew from a little seed that was planted and made a big party and even pitched In and bought <

under Us mother's heart! Abby, you know very well that a present for the woman. Do you think she should have
I 14-year-old boy would have i laughing fit If he ever got accepted It? I don't think it was right. What do you think? ::,

a book like that. Should I tell Nana that the book Is too They said they wanted to cheer her up.

Juvenile for him? My husband says to send the book and KANSAS
keep my opinion to myself. Who Is right? DEAR KANSAS: I think the friends were thoughtful to n. e
MRS. D. have wanted to "cheer up" the woman but a party was na,
out of order Anniversaries are celebrated only when both I
DEAR MRS. D.I Your husband. Send the book.
parties can celebrate. Since the gift was well-Intended, she I

S e e would have been rude to have refuied it. THINK ELL e' A '
I VJUZNONDtRIN I IWOLE J- AM SOR0yIa
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DEAR ABBY: My daughter Is 15. Two of her girl friends ""'" JTUGHAID'S FEELIN' WHY HE NEVER KEEP HIMOUT DAYS! TO HEAR
have made a habit of coming home with her every night DEAR ABBY: I know you are busy, so I'll make a long E-4 SFIOWED UP TWO MORE A D THAT
short I 13tt old stand S ft 5, weigh 135 ... poorly TODAY GAYS
after school ind staying until it Is time for us to eat supper. story am years IPH. Mil HAWKINS PER SCHOOL. i ;
pounds and I bed-wetter. My parents think it is Just -. 1O
They make remarks such is, "Gee, that smells good! am a tI"i THIS MORNIN'J I
laziness on my part and that I don't want to quit, but that
And, "Well, guess I'll have to go home and fix myself a
cheese sandwich for supper." The mothers of both these Isn't true. They have tried everything from whipping me to enc B

girls work, and they ire expected to get their own evening embarrassing me In front of my friends, but I still wet the ( J \

meals. I haven't the heart to send them home, but you bed. Don't suggest I doctor because my parents are against
would think they would have sense enough to go without doctors and they'd ne.-tr take me. What can I do? r nn

being told. I wouldn't mind feeding them both every night BEDWETTERDEAR ; C C
What should I do? BED-WETTER, Plead with your parents to take JZ ( '

ON A BUDGET yon te a doctor. Oily be can tell whether your problem Is en
physical or emotional (which It usually Is). If your parents kA

DEAR ON: These girls are your daughter's friends and refuse te take you to a doctor, confide la your school nurse u_

It Is np to her to tell them la a nice way that they cannot It Is nothing to be ashamed of. It's not your fault, and you "
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Dear Heloise: !1 Qalte I sanitary, toe. Saves,t,.sr Donna: waa putting my I1'Werlt'llw.y. -- T e1PDp10
I have discovered a way to scalding containers, etc Guess yon' wonder why your I bad some bananas in frontof I.. t I
freezing liquids, such as saucesand HELOISE:letter didn't appear before now I me. -'

gravies, that saves space 1 I didn't seed a perm ware I said to myself "I'm going cool

In my freezer. Dear Heloiu: I yon' wrote It I recently tried to try something ." so popped I Eo- r !
I line the Inside of a milk This la for women who give your method and find It great the bananas in the empty EoI.J
carton or a can (whichever themselves home permanent: It didn't make my hair the Ie..tl Ice cream bag and put themIn I( p ITWIoee

shape I want) with a plastic Instead of the I bit kinky |I II the refrigerator.You j=

bag fill It with the liquid and lotion when using the hair waving wily did eae thing differen1'Ii -! know what? They kept
rolling (
then put It In the freezer as beautifully and ripened slowly.No .
I dampened the itch
the directions call for), which
,
After It la frozen, I take the tends to make hands II furls with the soluuoa as I dirk bananas, and they were ;;9 NCR sire w/M NOT{ fTS duly
plastic bag out of the milk carton I and hair my hard to slippery -,ins rolling them !because my I nice and cold. we{ m PAr OUe 5DEN0601Ny SMART. SONS b eec NATURAL cep YI3eT OAO TALK TD NO..rt! a0aelrle Ie
my Swv JEFF A ov
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Try It some time k A CLAoMATe EE/NG p DO:
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(or the can) and have a hair h.
I roll the hair up while It, lousily e tendency le .. FIOS/ITA
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nice uniform package. I can also \Is still damp from being wisti-i straggle la that area. I it
SEE what it contains Alse, I found yeur method Margaretha Soule
ed.THEN !because I This gal .la exactly right ..r ;
Before pouring In or freezing I the leader I could start
put on waving
Whoa visiting' banana farms h
hot liquids or sauces, I let solution, really railing Arena the fop ef the
saturating each
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Hawaii I learned tint the Uaanas
head ,
blind ef
them coolVegetables and parting It off
curl using the whole bottle f a
are always cevered wkanewspapers .1} Jt
and starting at tilt aeckllae.
and other foods :
of solution at once. Hence, amore er pot late
be frozen ibis method. Thanks for this weedcrhil, paper
can by even curl because all the that
bags ee they will ripen
Hint It's
The square packages save more waving solution goes on at om great I shitty.MargareihVs. .
space In a freezer than the tuna HELOISE : Wee ., tile let

round ones do. They can be I then proceed according t cream bag Is wndrrt l toenus r I

stacked neatly Into a freeaer or directions. ,Dear Heloise: tae end enn be clued allowing r
freezer compartment. I Try It, Helnlse. I 1 rpnd to have an Ice I.. eden U escape nil'- f

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ConcertString ANNOUNCEMENTS 0I. MUmttlm THEREIS

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musicians from area Ptwvj
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Junior high schools will play a Niltmitnmtlptcw

concert tonight In the Buchholz F Nona

Junior High School Auditoriumat P PkvkmI
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7:30. .
PIICI T* at An*
Players from Westwood, Buch- Taws' T* SanAUTOMOTIVE Z *.

holi, Howard Bishop i P. K!

Yonge and Sante F. will participate. THIS WEEK'S IS ON
SPOTLIGHT M tirfm Sa1N Rtnitit. 4Ir
In addition, a few advanced n TnicM Mr It* S r ,

sixth graders will be in TOWN HOUSE If ,_., WMI* THE :w

cluded. I I 2104 $ W. UthSt.J M TrtcMrt 4 Truct Rintti

The concert has been prepared !'ii- Ilk,. StirtH tf Unl*. m 441 U Trtllw soma
: f Try the T.... Hoytt ..... This I. fi'ylllt'l 11 MNaryeMS A ...._ -
by Mrs. Dorothy Reaves Pros family _......t. ".",.- tkt :director of orchestra and stringsfor like ....., ... she tnjoyi It rtt. Dtlly "_..." II AvIt.1N/.0 Or ....

the Alachua County schools f,) ,1.! .. ,.. *ly .) .h,....., stock. end ittrMtl disks. M Ptrtiiii" 4 ...... en

and Ed Carwlthtn. Mrs Reaves 'Jl' ....... M (..... AIw.,. troll ,i,inf hot end ti- I? AvM W40.dIDUCATIONAL 1 ,
..IIy.i y* .llk* th..... Otlkiem Mii.wlkm ... TIME i : }
will conduct Violinist Robena 10.,.-.'.... ,1.l .. W..t rtfrtiklinly "dIKtrtm" St 1

Eng will be the featured soloist 0105.1 ....., Try *... ...,.It.t .. Th. Tt.. H.,.. ..1. 11 ......_ A 1ntrw/ln 1.

playing a Viennese Sonatina by ctmti pee dally. 7 A.M. f* t P.M. Cam .. ,.. I i0 MMfe DMCklfN 1
0 .,. Ctiutl frcu ..1..... 'G.t the T.w. Htuwktkil. *."...-Inwrvcllo. _.y
Mozart. Fender will
Marilyn I .' '

serve as concert-master for the EMPLOYMENT

string orchestra. I Welch, f.. Nt.l W....'. SPOTLIGHT II Pimm. NOM WHIMII

Players taking part In the Will HtlR' nlo*
la Hill-Mill tr POTWk TO
concert are violinists Marilyn
DINING 7l 14 l Grace Strawn Patricia + AMUSEMENTS 0 *
Fender : DININQ-DANCINQ WoO WHIM Porn *

Rowley Robin a Eng, Ann '00\,1"(; or n, fln.rat, I STEAK NIGHT COCKTAILS W WOW WmM MM I 'Y f4\\
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PALM LANDS
Fearney Betsy Maloney 1 bNIVERSITY

Nancy Spear David Thorpe Frazier Com( wary Own night" t AM.(or to your t AM.M.tyrMnl .i I 31' NW IJIIl ... CliircMl. titw Room INN, lmt<... FARMS LIVISTOCK !
....... Ctcttill Hour M fUm ItulHIIMtV OIar.ws' IN N01140ye
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Ledbetter, Clark Smith, Linda 1 M MUM, UK..ry VUUt I 'Oil A PLEASANT.LUNCH tr..M tor IM trlco M 1. OM, PM 01 PtrtliuirUmtoct ; I = .. yoM N W1,, "ro1M1"' m.
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O'Byrne Jody Rosenberger, 5011,1 II/Irttn. 4 IUMIIMLtMKtoln
PUNLANDAlMrwm0m1 Comb t ., Helen Fender, Mike Wyche C...... Mlcltltt in TagSCHOONER "'l ..W. HtH ft. FR ...SOILNAPPY w T* MM GET QUICK It knit, .'* M _I...
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Susan Marshall, McDiarmid HOUR 5501 PM ivwilM 5re.o.15" M .... Mr lust PM
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Gravely. Mary Crampton, Erik UI prlmo 44.
tail WNI nira.lty, A... lloMlctokot
Swenson Gary Imler John A PRIZE SnAK to oortoclltn.
Why ml rict your mlntitvrt ear Our IC50..114,11N070 Dint m* Dance tt II.. moot, TMrly Uvt oSlo In utal. ter
Land, Steven Hawkins, Ken Don UK gt> ltd Utrlltt ...* WNHM 011,00W .rom 1..11,101.1.6 Ivory. PrWty and liturMy M lutintM. Optorkjn" Mil ..."_ tut ||, nnii MrMch

aldson, Robert Dunkle, Gin- 6'vill Wt. tl Mmiorur* trie*. Roc. DUTCH TREAT .. Mw THE iim ORLEANSt it. pum U Monty tt IIMMMtrtitM IMCltl wmtrn, NtMtlnl Mr 1,101550 IwM M mtlllniX Ian'. I

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phen Murphy and Tommy Imler. .OUNO TH1 CLOCK DINE' a DANC101000TORY THAT IIMIC' N Vim II, NY.
PrMI tl Violists Bill Chesnut, Jackie DINING Town House : HAMS, ADDIIII in* SONS, f

Fellurs Claire Catottl, Nellie ITALY IN GAINESVILLE :1 tl Wmi.* M Ivy NOW 100 11101 ,n5
Gordon Dasher and Dint' ky cmaniunt" ki IM Might, 2204 sw 13th St.OId.PnUlrod DININC-MUSIC M Machinery' 4 TtUttl Mon MMNO 15 ...r..:::. tOM
Tyner, ._.... towl Plut I Mil Mtlomt, -
fill ol Ittlyl 11.- I COCKTAILS lg *livj M.tHKItU tmtralMry.
Robert Yost; cellists Eileen ..NAKOI RflTAURANT .....w'.hoa' let Crm, N .........,. 054 WIN ......... ton M \
Bird Joe Maureen .ptcltiliit" In L....... Pint.tod AfrWROOTBFERSTANDnv GENERAL GAINE5 I ctntl kr row NoMltcrirt Oltloi.VAIUtl .
WirUla An'-
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Mallard and Timmy Twedell; >IM Htwthtnit "" HI PAL H30AM.I1MPMSANOWICHCS Ptiturln U I, Prknt ROOM and CntlcttMt .. MIM. Fr It* BETTER |It In COMPLETE'mnt. UIITPAtllKNI OM 11

bassist Tom Boyd, percussionist 375.4450CIond Mandy. .. prran tt your tunn It Trodln Port not, Par Mflnnitl, .= ton* 1el I
HOT ROAST IEIP IANOWICHEINtw Plth-iml TuCWM4 '., our tptn ....'"'. H.II.My lye. W Pull on 4 Weeds ,414 451
Ken Donaldson and pianists Orlttnl, .1y155 cmtlALAN Ittl toast loll mt .w. iim it PR MM. W ...,. o Mtrln .,NAn .,

Donald Haven, Cindy Edds, and "! Icllllll, LtwontTM tn IIISHEUEY'S Com* Hull PI*
II MMALI HELP WANTED
SANDWICH SHOPADVERTISE
MR. COCKTAIL
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Mary Roberts. In Corti"" PI.n' HtW. U.... A.. KM NW III Ay.LARRY'S LOUNGES II Olfl Selections offered by the 112-6511 lorlvery ra M....... MtrchntflMMAI .TINOGRAPMCR. oonor.l HI lit
kM.rt.tln WORK, PhmtPR
string orchestra include "Concertato" ,..rty ,.....05 "On P.....,5 a N..... tor .*...t. ,
IN TIlE 7545 CYPSOSO LOUNGO ESTATI tOt SALE '
by Gurlitt, "The Heavens ...... A__. Sun Mu11. : CARl SUN Sworiy My"* oMi noilM will
..ulllully oirltronl' a Menu MOTH Mr l*,. Mon ktmt rtnl trM wllH rII.IM .
are Tilling" by Beethoven SERVICE DIRECTORY Inn Want U..11y' A..1It Drl", M YW LII. TOtro U Lilt Of Silo' mw*. = 1:1 101
OPEN N HOUII A DAY 6 ,INSWAITRESSWWANTED
1005 IIW 1501 .. PI' ._ U0yeOl/ONO/p. '
a group of folk dances, South MWlurlrool ProwrtyII 1NOWAIO

western Suite" by Clifton Williams TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACI se C011N.0 NxiHt Mr M Mi Solo _JONNON'O 500Y.AsIo .
a pizzicato novelty number ill so' $30 SW I5NP
and OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE 9 Roil lltlltiMl aA.h.da
and "Dream 'Waltz" I
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NEED CHRISTMAS' MONEY
CALL 3781411.SUM IN
"Patriotic March" by James S. *f Tow PraMrtr a
4* luilrMit, PrtatfllM T.... ,It Hill II... I* aol yourCkriitmtl
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No admission Is charged and - 41 ... 11" lnt.mtPtrmi ::OIM' II .eM00ks ON to':
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Cttttto Mr Rmtl II ytoil Of ..... AllrtellM. |..
SetSaturday ., < PumllM A.... Pin* (Hurl. AoHy Ha. Put*, Unkvtrwiy
Trips 44 UnturnliM AM.a / inn._
teos,5Or Hull Fur* WANT WHii.'Z'. Nwoi..ryor N II, M 4.4

41 ...... Mr Ron UMvrn ; : Nan.. 0. stanoor, slid .
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r This Week's1Yl jl HtmtlII _!Ill _
The Junior Naturalists and MI... MoM.lt OIOI rtr tonorolIon Mow. N, 0.11 1

the adult members of the Ala HA w..""* Tt RmtH I CENTRAL room.d ,tl..ftlld'. ;l1MNiO.... rtl OO4lnoM..-.a ro-,

chua Audubon Society will con \ fIm "j! I ......... World 041144. Ion Miotuitt.. WIn
I l fIfI l II Orflc' Dub Coon Mrl. ... luclitr, ION I.1 1 I
duct three field trips Saturday I f .._.... Orlv, Sly Mir 5.P
morning. M ..._. II...... Iaood. M11M1, '_n, PliRoilMrmt. .

WWWU Announcements i w / r"f.-: .. M 1
The adult members will meetat SERVICE 110011.0 : 00044

7:30: am. at the roadside p 11 MMNye ::, 5001005.0
a low III ttrvlctt IWANTID .
park at the Intersection of U.S. 55 ,Imroramp/Ns FLORIDA'S I LOST FOUND "J II"IC."i LKaP/I5/i :

441 and the Williston cut-off \ Special M ....'. 4 TV tonic MIMI oo OM It ,.. .11 415
It A"I'...* 4 PumllwtWANTAD ". .'" ,. "' .". .11 .. .., ._...,. IM ...... Sand 0110
direction of
This trip under the /11000.5 a0 M1h.e tor .N NM 111111141 It P. 0 044 1005

Col. F. W. Hodge, will go to 14004114, O/r10'.ild' .4r 0051 01105.rONa ranIMMON an 0....""'.,

the ranch of Dr. Guy Miles and Hit Milt ol our two MM. tIAIMI Aiomwy WtrTTi.t"llMilH.lp
RATESPH. A' M1MCroHM.
Mr m* Mn, Honry Do'". Old
return before noon IKiilly Mri tnirKy on* Morv C. ...,. C-.oltlo

Both of the Junior J7M41I _0.14115MI/ rIYN_. Cih,1r.l Clly' c"".
age groups .
WI Mow WIt 50555 MN.....; /
Naturalists will meet at 1.30 LARGEST It 105415111110 Pow" Mob WI4J

lot of f0rClealified ChIOoaw. 515151 404l" _.4d ,.... .. ... ,
a.m. at the lower parking "O5 4505"U.'OY' """ wNN
10.00.000 Plo .
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the P. K. Yonge Laboratory OnlyDEADLINES .01011414400-NP' i iW. It gucyrnu4 ce.r.55I .
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School. _
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school section 40,1 t1, TWO MIM "" ."'IO---r.- 44),
The elementary
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will to Henry Chilly's Star 50414/11, ,.,,_. Moy 0145M4Ou
go 4 MRSONUIZED SIR VICI ,
1,541,1 O
dust Ranch where they will look ,_ Cn ,,,. 14pos MARKETPLACE IM ....your lIly pre.N1 ClH PlrMnml Mon.yoa
All ...IR ter teott1 pMl.tNIM LtA rJ 16 OHIVI HOT tlll, I I* AWfyp .
animal tracks and trails L05IMPLIP,
for t1fJ i ... ,., *INAL -aTpTclIIRR

children who plan to go on this PW .n I M M Cm. piano- PARAIIIt wAy otiviNO 04.0IN0IAIy KHOflt. ( wit It *m* Mor.mnllylkr .

outing are asked to bring a bag II:. ..... .... Ill ,... If PO .017.1 0__ H'........540400'-!44041445 tn* ot

lunch and to telephone the Par 5as It N 101 Mall SNW. OAT 'N SUOL goodly 1ALONNwy I xoiMilly. Phom PR .UWATCHWA '
I ..... 5.0.tM4rwo. /A 00505 > _.tiltl .r
Mrs. Walter Welsch | trUn joilml
chairman, for trans- M 1 'lideS ....... M AM:. CII .. __.. M III SaN .... 00.
reservation .
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student In the biology department Inwrlim ......... o .... flfilJ4.GTT40TS"5Arg.Oib' .I t *M Nit I...... (* 'lln*.

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will 1 11 o .50S. P O t _..trwion, Pit.My Solo, 00_. 04000 M MN.Ar4Y .
school age Junior Naturalists on ...iy'. wtl HUM PMI ( _. y 1'01' W. :. Ar6MOSSMAI
to the McGehee fossil site SlKlARCANl JOICl/ -- --
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where fossils of the Pliocene 12 point JIL ... ......... .. "" Y _4N. _...14.0. ..Mrr..rP R iit. .::
7 million 105 f50.kN1O
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Age, dating ...... ... 1.010144. 5000 NW 416. k> nttvlllt 1.. ..*
This site Is 10 00 I ..-1 tyoe 00 ",__M. Cod POj ... 147r'
ago. will be seen. aO 1N"CMN(.....WM .. ..
being excavated under the di- DAYS I This gpeciel ,one .s 18 Point NEW ....... 4000 P0NOd ,.... O01w.Spm IXPIRIENCSOIAKERP
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applications for I 5r1a05s. ar 500000 W 1010n0S 6fii lj.i7".;;;;.. 11141
retirement, survivors benefits 5e -- 1511. CARS ....- 407 4AINISYItLIUP04otTISV
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Clean out tho Cloittt & Utility Room Now Pick up extra coil Poraon to ponon ads art for non commercial inert ..1II1I11II0teholldi.o priced

1 ", 4 LINES $3 ot $100 'less with the selling price stated! In the tjtL No additional cottt for ads that require the full 10 day. No refunds for ads that10tAYS

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17 W... W..,... 104... 12 M. II. H.", .. FM S.I. II LOTS FOR SALI 15 "' .. fan Sale IS HMM fM Sale IS Howie* tw Sh IS Mm... for Sale IS H..._ tc S.I.

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LARGI OO.ulllul 01. In N.W. NEAR HAWTHORNE NOAO cALL-lI. II pall 415 tooMlna Oar 131RFECrYIIR LA"II' 'AMILY "'AM'. I IR WlaabasIs"i
THE TIME Do You Need An 12' WI DES Section, Ioc..... odlocent to city JWK S R, I ......, CCI homo w-hor. *. now nouto that H dllterant' OR SMALL SORORITY Ming' On M M W. Povo.itroot .
lImits willI pavld strIlls, saw'. wood floor a51 equity, peymentltn With Urge bedraomt, I barns, Like new. .Sl. Cal ledroom, ohooo. trooo. Ook Moon,
Office Manager? 2 BR under $4,000USE city wall, Alto I.",. loti even' .... ife-aso ala i p MFIRNWOOO wood tloort, 5,111.11 I: kllchtn, cy- Four (41 both home m eNalle I HIM both, Ig living' pin Nnmodoccuponcy
l\3 .bio III Wolds' Rort (utt I mileRAILROAD miss eanellng, thutlort, femlryrm Nor_ locollon. mooa.Termi. Only 110I ito. and 171
\ NOW. Financial OUR .. Dawn 372-8404 MANOR end liar UnKr, PR Mm. N. W. :lint Ct. Sot It
510,111 II .ry. paymliW I bedroom I both home. living rm, mo. ot on NW 14th AM
Controller? RENTAL PURCHASE bird tarme arrsg.ad.MacaIls IF LOOKINO tor homo not dining rm, built' .'ki oven 4 range you CAN SAVI 11000 on tIlls brand 11am. .flit" bOd_ ond phono PR 47170.
PLAN 50105. hoC.tI lull a houio coneMor Florid In kitchen" cerport, utility .... po.8ULP I IR I both homo Control, "hoot, two both brick homo Seporatodining
:: Do You Have Accountant? Lowor 'ImrnKfUto' down poymon V. Q. MCCIY 37..12ip Fork win ell thoM odvantognthree 1 Ui will, UOUIUII bapbnous ..04lard. built' In kitchen, carport and room "....'_ (21.100.
.,,. I.collont ._. Cell Pt-TOo:
TOTAL COlT .bodroomo two basIs living c.cdiIiOs Low _tloreo Termi. N W. lira Cl.beltu. .
? room, fireplace, dining roomponell dolt' pavma.l, monthly I t> 4 l.droar. M...." I.
Disbursing Agent OF CONTRACT WILL .( Lliyr. -,7": MOVING' OUT OP STATs IN 30
A Room "- llnonclng' ovollotK d ituoy, two car geragonntrri 515, Prod Maw,,. Pita' ooyt end I do not Intend to leave Nwa lIla I.. .IIM binds ass.Itroaflof. SHADOWLAWN
Corporation seE SIDING LOT hoot well" 1_.....*.. _iIJOI or FII 53155. UNSOLD SOUlS or move my TII_ bOd..... two
ground with moot( an ocra 18,01, N. W. :Mrd CI. ISTATIS
: HAys lerge eommerdel lot with HAMMOCK S IR. I btttl furniture Completely fumllhtdla
Apartment or Administrator? DAD AND BRAD LARSEN rallroed ildln. will' erect bull,.*. of .Imd. Call fir en oppolnmenl frame, \1'0I.. Port cvproi unel-. NW stolid, 1 IR, I borne II- P. D OLIVER
LASS OSNtVA .Ins to nil tonont, Gigs 11I1.'. to ooo tIlls one. Ing. Good huoll... Equity, assays nwit now home with contrrt ACt leoutlM Acr. Loft. N. W. :lint opptRiroaIndtvMueJ !
:; House to Rent? T.AIIIII SAl || tory _... PR H>OI7.I" LOCATED. I In llock "" .... 11115'.' __... R. Hooth, Gall H. H. Too mon nice teoturae endtumlehlng Ct. Ityloo For You
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Nsv'I 505
On IM, I mil. I e. asIspafom ptod.0 many apCSal.lrl ..
.. fir ..... ... I IIN InS suy OIIllCT P5011 II ..11.... DO NOT Will plonnetf. livIng" araotQuoiity
I I lundlo, ttwio tfutln .. moro HIIII OWNER .lIIuI .Iout teeturoe ascii oa flnplooCMitrol ., SUILD5R FARAD" OF HOMI MOOIL. 0
one of the lorgnt cornpln of Induttrlel Coon marlyes' "and Somday. X NO I.... .,Ivll... f. .hoot, fenced comer lo ,,1eI _od, no ammIsalys. 1 call vol.. you con afford 1141mo Quality and quenlty .... .....- C : motorlal t work
REMEMBER corporation In til S bootlnt' and flUiIng43rd 101 SIb. .W end two cor ..,_ Convontonl U. t balM kitchen equipped.tun poymenti ,mcl !kit, ...... loll 551144, moninlp'1
Oolnetvllle' orH I would like tomono Torr 17HIW. and ""-'"' 050. 'HA or VA, 1101 NI hIll T... SKKM worth of alamO. new turn. T. 11. ZITROuSIPR A community yw would bo
A remai, a |lob .h_. If you need WYATTTmikr tor"Priced et .... then 124,. _,"ugh 5455,41. lno "."". Nuns Incl woiher dryer, etc.down 5.3045 proud M live tiDrlvo
vacancy hotel Cher
te fill a I.ro. holt I. your ma 000. to woler slId N
Weil on W. StIll
14 W.torfront ... .rty ,
LUXUSIOUS badrosms aId I. cool broiler tor II000 Mass worm
ml.
YOU gwiliotk :iOl'C\ I" LARDS MOMS .ot NW IOTN IIP11 of equity for ttOOl sod euumo S Ave port the 011II knIt btoraoction >
COSTS MORE Other, oni C a 55 Sales 11,115 sally. spaca S I. ..
au_.. Coil IwHirtt oM AnoIVMI lUMMf HOMIAt _. .mlly O5el, q1505011171, radacad, P54* IInotI note for Him It thii oppeel New Brick Homes Me aIls on lotiPR .
I Pln iclol Ilitiimotiti, TilRoporti Mom. atPoeomritor mouth et luwonnoo IIair Hardwood floore Comfort b Is, I to you cell 1724675.INVESTMENT", I II i-Oloi.
: than .the ad that Mortgogo ComputotkmiImuronco Wow I. Homo.thnt. L.", t IR CCI complet.ly pleeunf living In e owlet' NW NW Win II. 1 IR homo I InWMt IRStephen
Ichodulol P o y r o II. md AlritrooniPhono tumlMed, large rlraplKO' AoCMO arIa end roMonobly prkod .1 Fork SJl down end 177 I FoslsnH.igkts
will rent it! aId Long tug flnmcln. TOY" T'.I..... to toll 4 troM wall tithing 517,201.SeVERAL per .... er will rant tor tfl per Corn., lot
H... monad In O.lnnvlllo I II Oc.'o'' P1711 MablIs' Mama _mon'. ..,IId''... Wymer.Touniot HOUSE* ...11.".. will _mo Phalli PR I-C4SI 4 brtto I baths
yoon and con giv. numor SRI Du'or' ...... It143M. Phono FR Hill Live' new FHA fhoncln. tor boil rlnoncIng .. ASloIttor basatitul Mprl' 11 Pttwilial bu.lnt"If 144 bedroomo built.If) krtch.en I
Isabtass syd prolrelmaS refraltIgal. SlIps.. ? Springy avd., ball Fla.OVIR avolloole I foweil .own poimentt Iota, canetruafla. : irIsltiM equipment, con. .hoot. VA no MODELS
WittlIsrly SIll otreettaim
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Here's what and monthly ,_I"
your M.mOO CIvIC Cl.bo. 4$ I1SO 30 erreo of loll Irenl, maotyb..rkts see thei. for hove I".'.. Add your _...,'. down _mont. FHA from 1701
Writs Appllcont, c-0 lob Wlttwlm > 0<.'" ".. Konomy _
PICaS "- .. Alto' I fur- IM. touch to Ills homo by chooilna down-no cutting II.
Say Oolfwovlllo
: vacancy COSTS HIM Mono, homoe win, dock aid dM.woll pour USsr aolwts now. Call
COLORED BOY. 17. BUTTSMOBILE I ,.,m",. ManY "' ... On Lloyd MyrIck buIlds, 372.3401. Gladys Smith R.olo, CapItal luildere. IM.NW Now Open !
: LawN' J.W. 22' W Unlv.1yIv.' .. Sits Fioce a 4Th IrrartOPIN
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WANTS work ottor ocfml OliTi Low lento
YOU EVERY DAY DCALA bloc*. I .., I both Irg.opMvboom --- -- I
DAILTCM
I w..". or 'bmboy Call WtII -.m. HOMES INC. JavialryCa. KIRKPATRICK celling. ponoiod dining NOU1I '
NW isthst. .t 6th St. WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD 4 fomlly room with fireNoce VMM v ui-nta. Northwest
until It Is rented: SCh.... .......etl... 5 I, ReeltorII "Irg. fenced-in, bock yard
441 I N
ot Oly LImIts Pa'LAKI FSoPIRTriiAiRI: N. Meln It Pnon. Ft S4* I ....111,1. kitchen, I7t-Mto er 461140. -

H 10H ICHOOL Sal us far belt buy In Gain. "01. I mlloe .... of MolroeetOR AISOCIATISlFloye .
if: IF RENT: YOUR LOSS barr... lr. _'.'. AllIs. Icon .,,11., Ask for our ipeciol dli 53111.CANAL Mothlnon Iron lunnellOpt HUGI FAMILV RM 1 IR I Ft' Estates
It"levlo USC 1101.
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baNal' F. o BOX 11441, Jad.saIN "
vlllt., Pit, 32214. count prices' W. cannot and LOTI SOXOO II. on OrangoLMO Kirkland 555 GrISt, ,. both, fonctd .bock ,ord. peelbonhlp (p
: !ISi. PER DAY IS: will not bo undcnold conild- now CrOSS C..... Prlco ",_ control h..., potlo.TRADITIONAL Ktaltf2)etfelfffment
Real Estate Exam' sting' quality 11290., nil: NW urn it i IR mm. m alr.cootd, Comer 101. If2.SO c........ haIlS! ..."'.. tt.
Flora PP. SIS ",tii. WInS Pork H0 devilS and Ill Call 4-4741. TH. ....11 I (. 1 'It
Int: ,.r mo n M v, toy COU SIATTINO 23 Yn. Seal,. Exp.rl.nct ...' "' .. Phono PR tom (,. .tIe...
Pint IO.MM 5.... OPEN 8 AM 8 PM kork Mk Slows, ...,." ,
MpVm.. t\M ,., doy"jut ISiS NW otti II. Call man H...... for IsIs cintrol hoof full brIck .. ins W IMilnilf ..vtliSiliV wowloJ (allAH
CLOSED SUNDAYKING I
MEN ft womm II to n to train for THIlEI OIdoom. .mny riam. FREDARNOLD .tary.lorgo I lot.badrowsOIl InDHlrocl. I nice woodod. lot 1514 ,.U, ....,.."'. .nd. Tw.lothk .
.per me. fin per deyper CIVIL SERVICE locoMd on lorgo cornor McWloM I.. Plnloy' OrH NW. 34th '1. $14000 1911 NW. nth City con nl.nco.

:;.. d. .._10.'_ Par tnfarniotlMiKoy nolghoornood. comronlontto Por ...,,.,,.,,. and down $8649 Slid. luilt 1964. Small
UN $500 per
mo. per .. cKean ond Miopplnf. PHAIttonclng N. ...... ....
slrd add_ Plo. .N.. MOolLI HOMPJ4t Convenient town living Dow. ..,,,,.nt. PrlcoJ. for "'
month.Tek.
"Ul Training 8 rvlco. lit w. N Tho Jomoo Campawy.Pliacs Call M,., Corolln. NoyH
per mo. at. per day Adamb. It, JoOxmyllto.IHOHTMANO W 13th It.17MJ1I JW7401IR 1711313Glodyi Quick Solo.

17. ML?:"'.. MM .per dey INOLISrl 3 t bithi, ".. ?room fenced Smith. Realtor Tw* Chalc. Lib Norttiw.it tonlod 1"11-00 tho loMOIM
Civil torvlco Training KENTUCKIAN mobile home, ID ywd Hordwood tloon, ISOt dn REALTORFAMILY 1221 W. Unlvorllty Avo. your choice *> *.., fmtitlfif m irk Straotnd' lontly WH Itraol .
of N W
6';"' .. .. .... N day1sE.rs. .......'111 CIa,.., CI..... > IT ... 45- alum' owning come.dref eel per. mo 1319 NI 2tn II. 90 koeutitul brick Ilrrf AV.HV. LookHifl two btockl tout Of N.W. MMAvonuo.
low forming Howoll'l euilnoMCollogo celling. excellent ...... Forked SYOWNER 3 51, I 45511 boasa I In lee .
komM loc.
: 0 ii N' dayr1.rm. ill; W. Univ. Avo.m end me.I rant .old Iqultyond NW iacfl.o. 5., 5,15 If 15515.P5.1's HOMEComlortab45. Kiri9ik.rry .portmont
Q.J507 ,... up IM ""y........ IT* PR 5.3633.COMPORTA5LI NEW tl.., Look .t thotot H.I
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or 1 IR nomo l lcoov I. ... hi SIlls" ipoclouo 3 STUBBSInc.
21 U....... fr SUP.HMCirlton your WALTER
$30,000
$9,000 to ....," .. Is.This. .
)0 M'It 00 day CONNOLLY NW Met ComploLly turn, badrosim S baffi batni III saost.wrat MODELSNow prsprty
N II CALVII$ 00., .'OCI, IUfab.! 1000. or unfurn UJOO Tol Unit saClIoll. Corp Plorida' ramwlIN .

)!F"' '' .. 11... N day DaIry '.rm.. SIC. How Mobile Home SaIls' Inc. 141. od Form Agmty 17i- '''. tlroploco. wporoto d I I. Ingroom ., Opo.Doily .nd lIes" "'... ... .
tlwrnoFlo badroars _'10 .1mm.. Many MALL I IR trams houM wloton lorgo kitchen with bull. II ... .. ...,1.....
a. day toil j, ..i.an floor plont. 7 yeer financing. Hwy M In Howtnorno oven rongo, dlthwother. end. dl.. 1 0.' ,
1'S': PI' Drive out todiy I pIlls loumof CALL 4812641poymonli. .....1. Inormouo t c.r girogoControl Vlllote Green No Money Downon JACK DI YOT. Phone 376.5394
WANT TO KNOW HOW la proporlyfiniin Oilnoivine' on U. .. 441 ..It. "heel and .(reconditioning, RecjJitered. Broker

k3.L 378-1411 como your in add hogi lot for n mirkMf.'pi ln Thon now 375.0571 I P'ITIlIS'' 15,35 fALl 1IelIlc.- ow I._squily on.Io'' 53004w' ?. H4tog CII, Na IS0Iw'Nar, I your lot 825 NW. BIt Street "Wt trod hOUIII"

do trill I 'lob with CPACagatallyl rod. etymi Brick end buck.ooutlfafty .. 172.2511
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NORTHWEST ia.su inS of *U3mo 4 BEDROOMS S .... .. 5 I
tCTPLACE YOUR MIlls,, 45 11111ba's : laWs.PImIly ,
: N TRAILER SALES I IR, I ball. now Of, AC II loINs' control foot, pa s.d roams.Al -
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Makir.P5.15 ond rafrlg' H74 Nl 14th Drlvo. end .,_.,... II. n Monthly.
: G.ill.1lla' Iflloc"" VOt W.'" Rood N I. stress g o lIly cSIwsMs.aas and s.rv.Na peymentt
1SDN; RENTAL Ill NW lOIN SI At Palm, L_ I7MJMMOBILI Phono PR 04071t ovon end drooonr rodl Parc.dboos I little
.. ::11'.1454 .1.1111. Idly Is bay, nlc. ,. ..... S II. y."' Foy II.IM down arid Iasdscapatsam5$5s5. os as
MOM! SPACI 000 HW lUll HUM .por month like rent No I
WANT ADS baSIl Pla 1,111
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MW doiigm fir $56.00 COMPARC1ITHESE !
TWO PONIII fir ball I pinto' will AVAIIAbL5Pr.irs Tlrra.a. PodwoodEA DIal, M'.USI ou.lltylng noodod OMO.VIIIO .....
Mlt. II4SI Polomlno' with, utdlo .. Maloll Home Parka
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1100. Pnono 4/5-U1I Molnno Mlloi Norm on 441Chirm VOUNGFAMILY I
r.asowabh. Ills? 000554. Isv1,51
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A. Norm, Mg'. Is buy. Sparkling clOM I tadroom boys for Immodiote salupalCy.THE .
)!.;,JI.I, Ma). Famate HORSE PASTURE Plow,. 4.MMOEPORI way. ono Mock from ochool but. Lorgocornw rlstts.TIlilItwil; HOME VALUES
Por rant rasowiably.Nr.b.lo.d GUS I IR, TIM .both. chaIn link !
tot compute!*
ROUTE IALIIMAN ,,, 17HTH you buy MO n for top 19'.17 LP. OR "... mock bar 5.1054. Fruit arid other trm on JAMES CO. BEFORE YOU BUY
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ullty hi Mobllo Homn. Appro In Kit Poncod polio' iludy 4
-- CARRIER' 10 PITS surplus Imotoly 31 vnltl to cnoooo tram sloop In ..p. bltfg 1 l Ig ihodyIUY lot 111.MO. FHA llama evell-I I.bl. 901 W.I.... RdPhoti. ..
Wo ft_.9Denlngi. fir Trenton, ,mollor LILl5S5'ldflo.upls of ki 10... IC11. NW 2151 Av. T... 475' .. 1717i" 172-2527 -,..-...-,.-....
,,"' .,.. Goo eomlngt. If you longth.II 1Ot1 SAVE!
time. irllM aiM deilre .. MINIATUIII DACHSHUND NO CI TY TAXESI h..I... 1726441luildon The following ore now under
fun butlnou, with PUPPIII. AKC I block brawn NOW AND WORK OUT THI tot ledraoml, I05I5II05t0Sll855l0
your own wry P.alarlr5 Mar5.If., HilIcrul, W.. I Aero woodod I
II", _.'monl. PIHM. oil M,. I woo* old' oMroblo. p>'.. Wormod N, S Park Maywi. DOWN PAYMENT I ,,/h.. Sal 11_.. Control. .f eonitrudlon SlId will be rwly
C_... Clmlillon' Depl, Oil.... Mid ono itiot. 171. PH ". !N. Now ham. is .ltaasllp woodotl toM ly hutod III..w.. ....... Class toKhooli Kingtberry H.", .. 30. Itllowl"l Stm .....,, fir for uonlliOO
Villa ten. 171-1411, sal II, I to CKMAN IHIPHIP.O puppllt years IllItIMaklll Horn.lullnoN now undor _",uellon. Thr.. II mlnutoi to Unlveralty' 0,5talocy.. occuponcy
10' .... 4 *k.. old AKC r.. 171 molM' and las bsdr.sm. sos and lvi.baths Iad,00d Ie 11'.501. '.11 Wl2I --- -- -- ---- -- -
uo tom.in Mlconopy 4M notCHIHUAHUA 1 Incudlng' brick: front Co. .., ._'.......1. IJ30 NW. 25th ..
14 4.I. WontoJ .It.. l'Ja .PM.ISAGLI "SERVICE HAS BJILT lonl.li I In fVoitwood Ittotn, 4 IR, r* both.. 11000. on. N.W. 28th Ft.I .
Ship Walk to Khooli' All city Mrvlcn.' lilt pOrttll,55700Id5.ard bRSbalIts.WSdnS1l'
"UP"II. ISO laS. OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD ... ., N w. 3itn 0".. ond N w, ARNOLDREALTY 1131 .... per .oollfo.
"OCAtlONALLy ,, Oood 110,11g. $10.11 I. pIts. Call I .
0" sluRs 13th Pioco' Coil VI1541 only orVoKM
unroot may Indlcelo 5 .potentloltourtnon M... W..n, .t PR 1.1111 Isr MOBILE nlgwo. 4110. 4.Z1. NW. 19tk
samar.-M.ior' aypavy will add app,. Ii COMPANY Dr. 71S N.W. selh St.

tollewing tail MM. PUPPIES HOMES buy no ISIs DIRECT.....ml.PROM'.'.... Forodo IUILDIR ofTho Multiple Lining Member Advance I IR i..III"'.. tut *1.. 174 I BR, barns tm en., tlTTper
bmw arid psrayaal IM.ryi.wI.salaly '_lIlul. lovoolo, tiny AKC SIR.. otOemPhono H..... 11,451., camp I lot.Idw.rdi lie W. Unlv Avenue J7M57JAiwcLtoot ShowingTHIS per "' month
torn. MtrrMtnen egetwel WO up 171-Illll Hams 110cc. lw'S IIn.nel" Jono ColdwollJim 4119 ft 4127. NW. I9tkOr
II q. ,..10'''''' Muid ... h'aft' III' N. W. IIIh A ohraerd lob KolkmonF
iwal HuqIo
groiPR4JMI. ..... Call MonlGlf ,." IMUM Jet KU. I 44 Inc., 1707171of W. Hoogo Jimmy' G,.... __
S KITTIN" al'10 Mama Cal and w.llw itoddord WEEK lie., I ball. 1350 dn. lot 50NmC.
.yea,,TOOl C.. 13 LOTS FOR SALI I III Irama 110.50 II' saIl a.
T"'HIM'C.L' CO. need 31"31. 4401104501 .d.. I'd .lIn ...,.,dO BEST BUY Norwood
... city 11m''h. Phono 17..0MI
nww > ever 0.1'' 1501515510
terrttery Up to lloOM hi o year, k y oar aid : .I-'t.: ; Call toll,ut also.bout loti unM booullrul lor Apli building, BLACK ACRES Ill. monthly poymenrl THE MONTEREY SHOWN IT AOVANCIAFPOINTMINT
I ormi. I bothlop.
olul wo.kly' bonui play for right good ONLY Hope
mm. Writ contldontlol, lotfor Mrratldent looms.sm7i'" MARY MOELLER. Claw. I bedrooms, t both homo. dining room 577 I. U.Iv.lVi..
Oopt C. ... 137$. Fl. REALTOR Him down Incl. two porcheiloo tao,
cknlng coil enddrogoei 4 Bedroom comfortebl.'
home for
*,,ll, 1, Tenet, BOB WHITE QUAIL loll w. Unlv.nity' Avo. 5 lei lot and 2 bathsof
111 .
men IncL loin 4 lergo famIly' 4 IP.. 4 "H" Inc
FP :3411 N W. SIN Itroet
Dronod ou.ll, n 11 uchLlvo ,.t-4471 Invuronce Rldgwoy Contractiontllltu baths .
,
up living room tMnlly
I 6.-W.rk Wont. Female .ptkad occontlnf to OvId. two .... loti. wooMd or or JI..f04I. Cell 372013Gladys Colonial design youwon't ,.om. psrlsr. dbolv5 roam.
445swiar wily 11,17.4 oicdlont N W local loio. dinette, Kromd porch IR, vVe Trade Homes
AUcKuo. Plorldo HIGHLAND COURT MANOR It) Smith Reolto,
FOROYCI be able
.. MAID ASSOCIAIIJ. INC. Nl nth D,. 4 5*, 1 bethe. bit ",.. to resist kitchen, barns down, com.plitoly .
.IIIA ISIS W U.lvorolly .ro or Property
TOil
DMrae deyi work. Call in.!DIM U Mobil. H..... <.. 5... Ht W Unly 374.1134 equipped. 1 control hoot .... down conditioned ell.
blur 5PM.IjALTII .." per mo tonoo end Ink (Corner N.I. Hit A,.... tnd 12th Street built In .r5i.vc.s..wosdrtsI
WOODED LOT Incl: Call PR 11544 or PR t3511IV EARLY AMERICAN opportunity for nice namIng
NURII will I... Cora of FEDERAL QUALITYHOMES ALL OUR HOMfl ARC
elderly lady In tier Homo. Tree INC. 101' X own 120',,UO H"ne mo. 174H37HIPI .d.. II last OWNER lection. |no lodroom down I In No'..... FIREPLACE HOME :Oth.r homejt priced from llama$60101555- aroporty pad Nsv.ifmaoot_ Lot .N.. OPEN FOR YOU TO Ik. .

pent for rolorowl. The bail el Mil N W. IJtn It aolnoovlll.' paylnavl.Pornottts Alt loInS ......., rilsadtnoarlll proolmatoly IW .ISO'-tthonI JOY IIIINO ANVTIMI' IF
i.ra. Cell ett-IJM after S ARI IIVERAL nlco roil.dontlol II lbs .ol. Day 372.3331
p.m.or 'H HIH wolt _-. Mgr, llrop'oc' .n.IId
converullM Sot
5101111 I aiM wssbattd. PS 5.5414 $79J4Per nocoiMry
YOU WILL
[ N' loll ivolloolo in Chontllly baIIt.ioo JUIT CALL.
homily bIt.Ie0
DIP middle-ego, couple' MotelMgrt. 'OH IALI "IM4.11..,I roliod IK, M > ItHlllcrail /I.,.. ThoM 'loto rongo 'In tit.tram Sloe DOWN, I oodroom. ,modern wllh ......,... bar Month .
IVi to t ocrM aiM or.prkod ocllool. .. ...r'AlaCSaa 1V1.y, 'landsoagod IwlIralleallnl IW II, Ifs ITRIIT
Inollent' rat.. bondobleAv.ll nog ooully, ond ,... .. from noM to uiog. Coin rirlsioIltavrC' ; .
1m...... John K II..... KUVyomln. monti of M4 gar mo. COIII""j or ,..... ... ov.ll.blo. Call W.I- 4 aIr" coo.dillwolnq' A. PR 1-1301 er PR e-TNf
... .. Roolly AiMCIetH 1010 ,....ond $11.01. ClisloS:4z.51r ,
Ocele' lOll ottor I:30 f M torltnr.rt. 3HU3I. ; HIGHLANDCOURT (
.- 376-2448 : .' l.c.II" Slims I

NICI' Cl HOMI I IR I ball. '- Member .1 H.", ...11......
kit, LR 4 CR comb alouedbl MANOR
porch 4 full ..,.... III i 111 AieocletiM. / tl Celneevlll.
well lendK.pM lot I Irrogpump
4 wall. Mony OKh-e. plmNl li.
KIRKFATtICK 0 FIIRSON
ILDRS.
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:: sloossln' _'''. say at 'al4 '
tth It 4 cell R. _. batay. PHONII72J47IGoinoivlllel
owner-37]- 41115, I Fwookooy. M.
or enytlme wortiIUTIIDI _. 171.7070 5.... OHi.. I'll' ZJr" II." ..ntIl1tll

0' ACROSS iTr'W city llmlti 1 IR" CCIKraonod T,,"c. Sooner lateryou'll
t. Srum. 2LChla11 t-tb rt'ttc In porch .."., bar' or
A. Ike'I garni IQ pit I3M: NW llth II, _

10. Co through 32.: Bchtvi !1,1! $ berry Come out Rd er 01 cell I.VIII.I'4-M", .Nuriory. MCCOYaSMACOMA. .

gala 35, Ship. IIjJLJ! .y OWNIR. 4 IR t both with want a Butler

11. Lan* ahaptd dock i1Ic air, 05.4.. .w'''''. Pool slay mom.baalltlp .
1ft HI.h'ltMII' COUri Ma,..
n. 'em.l.U.
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: 13. Crcalur. RA! LCP1A I'. 1911 H' tIN Tar,. Is neweet .nd moot

Coatwllh 38.quadruped Eng cab' :LIb 01'.t HOMES, INC. rr ; luiuri.ul .portm.nt buildinf Bros. home. Why
alloy A 3 be A S 55S
ml tram a'vine. I m e I 11povment -. THI''JEFFERSON" Pbtov1 LAKESHORE
15. N.u hty .t.i.kcr Lhi ..,.... like rent cell
PR C-4M1. 1AM | PM
11
mu Night ilc ,:I. Ancient SOLUTION OP YISTIRDAri rUZZll 'dull' SILL H"1tMII" Court CharmIngly. colonial. eutilo. i TOWERS not now!
lloy. M_. 4 51. Ill ball,, Ioneotl IbIs hem. It filled with convenloncee -
18 Singleton 43. Fma anpl. DOWN bock yard iKollenl for chlloronw fir groeloui centtmporery -
20. Sort poll Concrato paIls en 71' Mv.... Nook the well' NOW LEASING
a
4S.ObbleraW46.IncranUoB l.Thraiic* 6. Entranr. 0 1.1' M l troe w.lC." a .I..d work eree win '
21. Falnatffollower 3. Suppmiti 7. Sign ehne. raIn" .." .hoot, hi ."1- laundry kitchen end pentrytrence.
ofVbhnu 3. Skis lly "".. iwlmmlng' pool prlvll 'oe.M7 5101.11 bOdy II tho ........ ... ALL CITY
8 SERVICES
pin. Noylgattoaal -
22. .n mo. "'_h Inc_ eerythlnf ISiS. era throe be*,
(4Ipdo
47. FroTokei to 4.1 CaIllmneaodSLClar. lyuera loiHico 11X400 on l30vr. '. room willi outttMdtn. cloMltocllliiei
24. Anothctle 9. off ......._. Hoe for equity Hut two lull tiled
Bay posawuls, CMI....... FERN
by 1011 HI WOOD MANOR
borne end _ro.. dnmngrae
.IKnlberrrercrgret
48. 1'.s.ka S. Nova Sro
as Unprcrlihcrmao 11th 0?. 373.0303 M ... momr ...... it

USTSO 10. Follihlng YOU ASKED not tarmol Irving" room with
n.lerlal a toMret. dining' room pIll .

/I i T 1 4 T i. f F ,r 13. Bib. will! FOR IT and family_room,till with cherry o paneling II......... I 12,250 up

vi ocoraolCorSI $65 MO. The -I" mope ee ills homo
Il 1& 17. Shred wits, Ha eiteche two car gorriM. $400 DOWN FHA

2 & 3 BEDROOMS and rio' taIls will
- I3.I'Igpc. NOTHING DOWN VA
Is If .. a dongntful, efece to
,4 23. Law-male live. $100 I Ooiing Coir
0 a>er.gt l CorperteFloilorad
log bodlc.3V 4011 NW ITttl PL
Ir I w.lliPermteo
Total27.MoUI S cebttwfilulltM
., Ii S 511,51g.STarraaaslloar' The Charming FROM $7516PER MONTH

I I baN VMilttoo* RANCHO GRANDI LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDk:

-. l .SO.conHlctSt.Monnr.nl Scene, of 0 0 All, city, utllllMeMeweiko 1 I.mily todraome_I SlyIg.""'rIbs.. enav.OJ. lIe.Noq .. O Swimming feed O Re.rc rHe isis.e WALK TO SCHOOLS

7 IaN P5.- 055. Am. .d P4.... Gra. >* o Centre Moo
1'fJi $11,250-$12,550 ._ 55551454. lJLiN ,ma000S. O Control Aw C.nd O Leuod vO tosalitIss I 4 BR. Brick Front
: Colonial.. Now llilhlll
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32 : St.,... Uckera O Gerbeg. Crop CkvfaO ,
Jj = AM tboirt
J' H our "Owe vow
IJl NW Sill .PL"PUNNINfi
N. Money lock Oslar.$100CASH .- F.vod PorkiRf Araal O LrgMed SidowalkiiJI' I Price $15,325. $US Down

1--It 4 ,.,. 33. DarlingFt. -. VA TO iUILD- !S2 _,


'. .r; 7 4 34.Webbk FROM Lot ua gIve you in "'I- PHONE 376-4456 pIRICTIONSt DMT. W.It.It 16th A,.. Tins
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,1 36.Coivsvgiwg $395 CASH FHA trial on contracting your
L.ft 38th St.
on 39th
or T.rtoc.
- FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
41 7' 39. American '. new cuirem home.
Brauty HUGH Call Osrald O McCoy J4H.... Jerked.
7.i ay- ::0 40. New Mar Day .rRV6NI.dIU.50.- 2 I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 "TIL S DAILY Butler BrothersBUILDERS

- - 4 44.SnipUn( EDWARDS, er L 21M 1W. Htk ST.- UJ. HWY. 44|

PS, .....24 mis, M __ S -I5 INC. 6-6502

2909 NM 5th St. Omc. Locmd e* J Butler Bros. BUILDERS DAILY 17Z.""
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CM so 511n5' IM4 0100 Mi 0515 11515 050010 lito 1510 511,0.A .
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$1 3M on twmi of I4W u "" M II.. IIM prlcM! rwibM 39
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aM mtnmly. 310'lSbLjAPPINiijj75ic" 500 00 Still roil "L 11 ..10, -It .... crM wltkkr I TV ::;0;': /bus too I with 011.00551150511051j,5frpOI CS'S WAllIco. 41001 'Itrv'k
lom 0,00. IN .. *005 Niofsll 4 CkKrwrt. Al HtmfM
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I Ip ''' .. .ossf 11I1. Nsu50 ",..-... ten trie* 54,05 STIll No.545 "... 45 14 AUT0MOILLSIPASU I'......, 114 II OT It.
.. L 5155 "on._. $11005. iooo CII SPLIT UVIL OIL CO. N: MUk, PR $4501.
r.\r1.\: : :: MARY MOELLER. l<-Fini,|* Spirri CM :
L. M. Solo .Iontl deosI 5000 4 IR J. J. Pinto ..... MMtlfuwltti IIN,.... .rtUM Mk.M """ -WANTED
REALTOR
ALACHUASOMi.. a p 11I. ,.. WIN'U'lfO NOW
'NCo In. ,. Lbs 0051 715. MHInf iwlmmlnt pttl 1. '
11.._ IIIANV CHI MiryMAION Mot'Io"' SsIlr, ON"II III' W. UiHv4r.lr' Av*. 3 Wttki compony paid trailIng 50011555 S.llIpdl' SO..1"1 .50cm 0,010, 05,5.0.Idsot.IIAWIPO5So 61 & 6JCORVSITSS Clian utd can coir
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lot, Au*.t 14. Ml N W. 05 PL -.... bOo51".. llrsplsco' end MANO 41 Cten 'rttt* Mrvtelng Fntrchandi 17. so 0* 004. 1 N0o Is.MacbIoS VW CLtAN RIIUILTCALL o -- ..- ...
*505 7-o' I'y' ) ....... C. 700.5 375- -
bwpwv com$ wim M tmtrbMrMm. I 1.00.154 In I 1C, CtntrM httf. oil wdMiMt log availably to quallflipnoni. OIL PR M 7.. I PM M F PM .
I b..k. fully ilrio.Mm NWIbIoc."J.J. CoN Mtry AMMMr II.INVIST MOVI IN Eorri .1011. you *l luvt MTK for SOS 4M Irkk '' Dill fOR THE CORRECT"
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IMK IIMWIi '".rli i oo :;$ .. wIN Low loon .._I. L..... I. $21. Mrvk Phnnt Itt |l||. 64 RtO VW TIME
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155. 'N GA'NISVILLI' M N.I. JJ'" Ton.Mcdiv to nttr the ervIcI| J76-5579 ._. Mo_ Inc.Wl Only Dot nO. |t4NV4IW4 I i. :

0 51. I .. "III. CgllittnWIMn Italian binlnra. Contact .. I ...
AT LAST iV OWMH < ry ttmtorttttcrtM 5o00. c. $11505. tPICIAL SAL?. MIMII. 17 I., I. ..* FR2.1411CouoSsvOf
Nimos Mrtol frtm Wtk W. lioN A... HltMH74.au Mr Htnry DLoach FR 2. kuncrtt tr n N .... utn. WrMM .., Oe... I 11*. laS lids' 1150*. '55 VOLVO
IV SIMON) Jr. M..... Nt $5 M 10oil. 5333.SO lll,Mlr* AlllM NlMry. .,. I.. .. Or HIM 4 Hrylc 0 Door. 11I1 Coil PI .11.* sop. : .
5O I.. 0500175' boo,,. I l MOMII PO* Wll 4TMNM.. 4W.INI.Tilly Mill I* 4 SONS Kit MMHOlFt. 5.1101. .
17 MARYMOELLER I 4 I bMraomb II I4lk 5?. 5pot 1,00 CtO .IIM IKON tr sOaOO CIt..1ot ,
Hutu IiJwiroH inc, k.. nturn 0 13' 04 00 SI', Nell WIN lIly work tnt IruclMlnM : UmwnllV
.. NtrtkWMt OllMivllli, l000lo lI..tt". 4 SI. 1 bith.. ? Ay*. Imm low M*"!'?, ,In c..,. 'lot m* inow 1,000 gosd50o. Soil III, ir ||.M. 511 All work blIP 75 110 OLD 5.00015 VoIbowaiso?.
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WITH I bIts.. 5. 500050.1 $00115 55 mtnlkly Mynwnli 117 U I... iny tttt my lie i iprtvM 55.< 050000.5 pomp 00000?. IN H' Ill II HxrlKtrnt P.4. sr )71011I1
All brick fnntiD lot w-., TY sobwnis. AIM kamM built M OIl 101w'III It My .t.d .htttmt *.nmimtn 5 MIsc." Ibsosousi lN.oss lOll NW a" lor.0105' Sao..5 Cws
4, ..".... wrn tt Iw .55.A "1511 11$?. P1cm? III.UNBlLIIYA.L'.
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> T. ....* fMorlD I ill 005501 REALTOR PIt S-loW. INFANT _'..
Ftrmlci (ibliMtl wIll, oaw.. ... N...... Mutt bs OIlY IUCCIUPUL IIMCLAMtHOT TOO.., Too,, 5010g. I Ml '61 VOLKSWAGEN
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"r cs.1lIIIog III. 11.00I. ,.. ..... to II M ....PI Ito SnOlonsIsI I!, b.og! looses hup tvinuiK,, cm F* M Mw. PR M7I7CANI 50.04574 Ioso*. ..... Ooot CItM
$15,305 S'S.' ??' MIL I..... WIolo-. ....1111 .Ito Awmbtr LIlHntABMClttM ii Wl M IM rHkt" (* ... CIII 1'17. _000d. Call 311100. 000* 110(005015 7 _.
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.. W. MMlltr, Polio 551... 41-1 COLOIIIB RENTALS $1750 Monthly At Coil mm, N nli in Mtvtnf .,. I r. ,.. PI, AT 11401 ml. Vmult ... 7000 5 Dr. ...11.. 704 *50111.

CASH VA PARK CIMrll Mayo "' ..... Ortrt 40.0005 Ton Nsyio5 Slop.WI IM M -..."... Ml cool 7 000410051 01 SI 1111I SI.
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$100 Profit Potential H.wltlouos.S
NIID ROOM Tim NoNe lslyoob, VI-4711 llttr I. P.1\1. WU 505 bll'.II. ._ of :
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MOM S boll, .IIooos 001010 II. NOW RENTING. Prlmt solo ....... CtMtr weM .... TON. Vtrk Air e_"_. TN 1001.
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$750 CASH FHA. 7?. SaawIluS, Isodicspod I.I I ki nn ihoMUif nmtr 000 nw* IUICK 5P5ClAiDos7 loll, 110 .
5000 00.70005. .. 1105 5554 .. .., 50001 So.SI I II
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Sal_ $f WillS homi tvtiMy MoL Coil. ,71-11I, now It ow =":*"':. ::"000015'*000 i iII .._.... M Mltctrlbt SoIl iTlMIXUUWtlNOk Yb COMIT 11.-S Doer $151 IONS. PS W. 5170 51010....boo 10111 so cell S.CooS. 1965

14 ..... DUPLEX Iriutlful 4 bMTtom, l"t bMN tt* 005.. Ml* bitkl. .....* 10045 I piwWM wIN tti. knt Irl.. UPNOIIIIRytM 305-0505 I ,
W* ir* *'" knlMInf' on bnutlfi I 00,0 IsiS lsgSIls .r ... Ml Wlltr kMlr, log l..llt 500. 1ft _",.. .... "IN' ....,... 3 55 I bill. t'l =::. Mt 00140 :005dUy for witfilngmi nctM M. .*l. friMIn" *. Fln."s<.. 01. 450005 lOw 55 *0 50. soOt? M RAWILIR AnwrkM wosos. : FORDSI
.(*. lltKM, fum'liltMFrit.' ." 110.101 sf 0.1..1" All.. 7$0s5 11.515. Isa St NI. e .. ntimi t* tuiimx ,boIIoI4 700l 5500005 piela.. 504 151I1000y ICM 4, IT Nn> Urn. ktllItnllmt ,. GAINESVILLEAUTO I

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HUGH I 001105 olr 010li1100105 004 dos'. o.nI or 31031,0? 111111I' InltrmtlUn_ tM*. PkMt ".F7.., -1500 P1 3041554.C050AIN I

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T ',11 Gainesville Sun Tuesday. November 11, 1964 J 1



\ Auto Strikes May SHOP TONIGHT 'TIL 9 P.M.


Affect Economy IMtous


.:.!.I WASHINGTON (AP) The reported Monday that Its Index,, ONLY!
General Motors strike last of Industrial production had fall. HURRY! 2 DAYS
month gave the notion's economy en from 134.0 In September to
its roughest Jolt since the 131.7 in October. The scale is
1960 recession, and the effect based on a value of 100 for the
may linger If the current strikeat 1957-59 average. Thus the October I WORLD FAMOUSPHILCO
Ford Motor Co. puts another rate was 31.7 per cent hlgh'l
extended damper on production. er than that of the late 1950s.The
Government economists fret- October drop was only;
ted today about the possibilitythat about 1.7 per cent, but It was
labor disputes could cause the first time In more than a
a general business slowdown year that the scales had
after an almost uninterruptedclimb and the size of the dlPped'1
of four years. the largest since .
If the Ford stoppage Is settled 1960, near the end of a reces- TELEVISION AND APPLIANCES
tulckly, there remains the:sion. There was a considerably
tireat of a nationwide railtrlka larger decline In Industrial
'
next week. There Is talk production during the nation I
4 wide steel strike In 1959.
trouble In the steel Industry
Reserve said that
The Federal
ven though the contract deadIne -
"recovery In November will be
Is months away.
dampened by the beginning of
Roth
and busl-
government strikes at other plants in the
tiess economists have expressed "
auto Industry.
concern over the possibility that
Although deliveries of new
wage settlements"IUcb as the cars fell 30 per cent, retail,
one at General Motors could sales continued to climb In other .
lead to a heavy round of Inflation lines, and the over-all effect
after four years of relative was a decline of only I percent
stability.Now they also face the, For the month. The output of
possibility that the same labor-
business equipment was 10 per
management disputes could cent ahead of a year earlier. I
lead to a sag In the economy."I Since strikers are counted as
believe we have to worry employed In Labor Department Those Who First Leader in TV Radios
more about keeping things roll statistics on unemployed, the Put Quality Choose Philco The World Appliances, ;

ing.than administration w. do about official Infiat1G01on. said\" jobless cent rate last held month.steady There at wasa 5.2per And Phonographs! Years of Proven Dependability Is Your Assurance of ,Highest Quality' And

The Federal Reserve Board reduction In employment. '
Performance! We Take Pleasure In Offering This Fine Line To You At McDuff's

Jobless Coal Miners Get

I Fresh Start in Montana (II' SPECIAL NEW LOW, LOW PRICES!,'


WASHINGTON (AP) It Job opportunities In the Montana i
j Isn't easy for families to pull up mines. The Labor Department It
stakes, but to combat unem emphasizes that the,migrationIs \
( 19
ployment the government Is strictly voluntary; no govern L'H, BIG ,
helping recruit hundreds of job ment pressure is applied.In 7
less Appalachian coal minersfor the past two years, miners y y1Y, Y
ts
ty
the Montana copper mines.!have been recruited from Alabama -I PHILCO PORTABLE 1fiiii
So far,officials are pleased with I Kentucky, Tennessee I

the results. Virginia, West Virginia and ; ;,',4, % Lightweight, slim and trim design
Said a Montana Employment Pennsylvania to work in Montana -II It, ; 4
Service report recently: "ManyoC where recent develop- ""
Ideal 2nd take it
set
I anywhere
the new miners have already ments in open pit mining of y t a" rw> a
earned In month than ow'grade created shortage
more one ore a -
they made In an entire year In a of copper miners. ? w ,,, fMcDUFF'S SPECIAL PRICE- Teke hendcraftad your choice lets. of Italian any ef'ravinclal these-

series of odd Jobs back home." After training to adapt to copper Danish Modern, Contemporary
But, the same report pointedout mining, the man can makeup I, NOW ONLYModel ) French Provincial a
"The story did not have a to $30 a day more than a I ,d let end a finiih to match any
happy ending for all of the new fully miner decor,
employed In the coal
arrivals. Some of them soon lelds.: I
became lonely for the old famlU NOW AT THE SAM I LOW, LOW
lar haunts and a few more dis A spokesman for the UMW I I M3300GY features new tapered McDUFF PRICE! COME IN a&'"R a
said of his
enchanted. Others Just could dwindling force: continental .. molded TODAY AND SAVE!
"They could not be taken back I shape cal.l. f inIthed 136"
not make the grade ai hard. SAVE! SAVE!
into the coal mines. We know
rock miners." all around. Sharp oliimSnised picture .
I
li hat, the Industry knows that,
The story being written and the government knows that.There .i tub Is. big 171lquor. Inches.
Jointly by federal and state em- r,
Just Isn't room for them.!
ployment services and two Independent -
unions, the United MineWorkers "The Important thing: Is that i
of America and the they get Jobs." _I
International Union of Mine,
Mill and Smelter Workers: PHILCOFT.
The coal fields of Appalachia Electrical u
are among the most depressedareas
of the nation. Employ Fixtures J REFRIGERATOR
ment has plummeted from FOR ALL ILICTRICAl, NIIDS
about 450,000 In 1941 to 123,000 Residential/ / Commercial and FREEZER!
today, and with Increasing automation Industrial,
there Is little chance of CALL
reversing the trend. C. P. Dressler kT
What the federal government
Is doing Is making these miners Electrical Contractor .,, ..... IGG
910 N.W. 4th
St.
haven't worked In the
many
Phone FR 6-6193 Jfl RACKS
fields in years. _:' aware of the- HOLD

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for easier cieo" llf. Full width '

Low storage drawer. (Model
Price$195MONEY .
30SP45, priced with trade.) .ti,:

"I shop with cishctsh from Associates; O .
Savee time and trouble...end means I can McDuff's
start the new year with a clean slate. Yea, air, TERMS '
I can fat the money I need for any worthwhile YOU CHOOSE YOUR OWN 'I "

purpoee..with Just one monthly payment. NOW ONLY
Associates will even arrange extra cash to I
can take advantage of the January..1... Holiday AND
bills? Not met! See Aseociateet That's the
tnawerl" SERVICE With Every Appliance YOU GET A
That You Purchase .'
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