Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
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System ID: UF00079931:00227
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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I + ret I ya+ 63,000 Yule Parade Dec. 9

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,.r ( pia Persons Wednesday, Dec. I, has been act is the Mrs. Cherry said the parade will Include

data for the Chamfer of Commerce CbriatIS. to 10 flats She said many firma are

mas parade renting their floats from a provisional company
Parade committee chairman Mrs. Myrtle in Deland and asked Interested persons
Cherry said the route of the annual parade to contact the CoIC office

AffectedWASHINGTON will be from the Gainesville Shopping Center Thursday la the deadline for renting float,

on North Main south to University Avenue. although parade units may be entered through
and west to North West ills Street. Dec 4.

(API) Secretary
of Defense Robert S.
McNamara announced today M
more military bases! will be
7 4 A,
eliminated These Include some M
naval shipyards. Mxt Af.

McNamara told a news conference
the bases affected by
the new cutback will be announced -
I Thursday He declined q t C

to identify any of them at this
He said the cutbacks will be
tAP WlnpMM Is II'. Sun phased out over a period of

CUSTOMS OFFICIAL AND TRUNK PRISONA years and will save about $500

aeat, a cushion, and nailed-down shoes million a year "without degrading -

ROME (AP) The Italian Foreign Ministry today The Foreign MInIstry' calledin In our addition military to capabilities shipyards McN.m.ra : TtzM1 !: ::

ordered the immediate expulsion of two Egyptian diplomats UAR. Ambassador Ahmed said air bases, army -
bases and other facilities will
I caught trying to ship a bound, drugged prisoner to Naguib Hasim and ordered embassy -'
Cairo in a trunk labeled "diplomatic mail." first secretaries Abdel! be affected, some small and j

.. Rome police said they: had information the victim, Moneim el Neklawy and Sellm some quite large. a
The latest batch of base closings
Moroccan oorn Josef Dahan, 70, Osman el Sayed out of Italy.
had been a spy for the United been used before for human They were arrested Tuesday cornea on top ft 174 previous low... Ti I
actions to close reducew.u.Uona
after tried load or ,
Arab Republic some years ago cargo. night they to considered be
and more recently for Israel The Foreign Ministry sent for the trunk aboard a UAR. airliner -. A.atudy of the 11 Navyownedahipyarda surplus. i w

The police said Dah.an was an the U.A.R, ambassador to protest bound for Cairo but were has been tender "
Israeli citizen. The Israeli Em- and to order the expulsion released because of their diplo- way wv
months add there
for many
bassy said it bad no record of of the two embassy first secretaries matic immunity.The I .
hav been recurrent S/urrws r
Foreign Ministry also delivered -
who tried to load the tr'
him.Police that several will be closed. .
a "most formal and en-
said the "automatic trunk aboard a CAR. airliner 11-1 '
McNamara has aaid In the lA' ****** ts lea aunt
trunk" bad almost certainly_ bound for Cain (See KIDNAP .e Page 21)
., .... .. -, past that some of lite) shipyards*- -, -\Tiuw r iji "jjuuuirjrii California
.' --4 f0 r ""!" shave .
": t"'J.w! : not been operating ( tell Uohed'like\ .
efficiency and opacity.' It tiarPLnd;.*, 'alif. Tuesday after an early winter alorat brought'
Private Utility The' earlier mover daU backto nut and anew te Southern! California. Palmdale;, a desert community U some SO

Setup March UN. When tilt old and lilt milee Palmdale north of I"downtown. toe. \ >Anglea. A foot of heavy, wet snow 'was reported .In

new cuts are completed, total ; \
annual savings of more ( alt

billion I year art expected. 18 I ins
McNamara Mid the U to be Arnie WoundedIn

Girding City Looms announced Thursday' jut, la J3 t

states. .. .
: A total of 11.000 Job positions, Viet
a new resident little choice bat both military and civilian, win Terrorist; BombingSAIGON
By NORM LaCOE Additional to hook on. ; be eliminated and I total of *Hf ,.
Writer County Com-. '""
Sun Stuff Cost will be roughly 100 for 000 acreg almost 100 square South
Viet NaysAPI
Builder Norwood Hope hit a mission stories on Page 7.} a sewer connection and O I a' mifes of land will be turned < A terrorist's bomb deimotlshed Demolition experts said thetomb tween the ages ef IS and U for

home run In the Alachua Courtfir. "' t front loot for water service, back for private, stste and local a restaurant at the i was of a plastic type and questioning
.Commission ball game Tuesday said.County .- McNamarasaid. probably weighed about 4S At least a dosen Ul
;: water facilities, as a public Hope government use. Saigon airport today wounding Jets
: then turned around and health matter. commissioners, to return If Americans and at least low potIftdI. were parked In (the vicinity of
,w- ,came right back up to bat Developers are not requiredto for granting use of rights The defense secretary! aoknowledied Vietnamese.One ..1" It had been placed above a the blast, but they were net I

b .again._ lay lines anywhere that It is of.way, aaid they will exercise" ,, that the latest actions American Air Force arrs1ft' concrete. beam Inside the restaurant. damaged ,
A similar
bombing In the
The commission approved not profitable, and residents are some control over rates and will be retarded by some was tastily wounded. He was the Only roof frame ef lhowooden
Hotel/ In downtown '
."Hope's to use right of- not required to take the serv over quality and kind of InstaV! concrete restaurantwas
request sitting outside the restaurant toe
latlonl.f (See BASES ea Page t) gauss last August smashed left standing. Tablet and
extend ice.
: roads to bus when
way on county concrete frsgmenta I through 21 rooms chairs
were blown
:sewer and water service Into However, the county health Hope told the commissioners I smashed. Into It. Few Vietnamese well Into through a

.five square miles northwest of department may forbid drilling\ he plans a 100,000 gallon tank Jet Down The other Injured Americana dragged bleeding from the were da- lug the restaurant a high fence from separat the
located in the woods north ef
'Gainesville an area Hope of a well or installation ef aseptic were II UJ. airmen, three brte sjf the restaurant to the civilian air termi-'
.to develop. tank, which could leave (See imUTY ee Page IfIf i Army men end three civilians. PoUrm arrested four boys be- cat
,The former Gainesville mayor Over Laos First reports Indicated they n
-. immediately presented a were In the area ef the restaurant -

new request To. use right of t' TIID F1 ''D nt l.loETI"; WASHINGTON rAP) A not In th. building and
way to serve 12 more miles V&t nOl Jet fighter plant were only slightly wounded.

,west and north of the city Urnt: AUSTIN C eal: 11 ':: arrnue, IMt Camps: which was escorting a reeonMlsunce The explosion virtually !leveled
The county will cell a public .plane net leoe lid, the Air Viet Nam restaurant -

hearing on the new request bees shot down. Rescue eperetlons -' .situated a Jew buddings I
If approved Hope's new request Each of ua, in some way, Is touched by the for me pilot are' underway from hangars containing VS.
combined with prevl 0 II s services rendered each day by one of the United Secretary of Defense Rob- Air Force JetsAmerican .
approvals, would create a prIvate Fund member agencies None of us kl totally Independent art S. McNamara announced and Vietnamese
utilities sector around U of them an. today security men at tint thought the

Gainesville! as large in area There still to time to help financially to maintain The lighter was one of two airport was under a Communist
almost 24 square miles ras the services given to ear community by these aircraft escorting a RF1M photo mortar attack similar to that
the City of Gainesville. youth, health and charitable agencies! ncoawusiaare plane In operettas which killed four Americans
approval simply Know them Boy's Club of Gainesville, Boy Scouts, East Side briar to thoM begun last and wounded 72 at the Bid Hoe
County that developers can lay Boys' Club, Girl Smuts Central Welfare Salvation Army, Red summer at the request ef the air bate two weeks ago. /
means and water lines Inrightofway Cross Mental Health\ Children's Home Society Alachua County tertian government I* detect A few minutes before the explosion
their sewer of countyroads. Association for Retarded Children Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation Infiltration ef North Vietnamese/ an Australian ah force

Traveler's Aid, .l'SOk.,Negro' Community Welfare League, personnel and equipront" into. plane bad arrived front Sing.pews .-
and YMCA. Laos. 'tMcNamara with flood relief supplies
cost to obtaining for central! VIet Ram
This saves large Help !them: If you bavewt ail yet been celled opm by a solicitor, told a new* enlerence *-
Afl armada of Its UJ. hob.Mpters *
easement across p r or If you wish to Increase your contribution, mail a check to that the Incident occurred :
was landing si the air
vats land. day. It should be payable to the United Fund of greater Gainesville about midnight EST to the / _
explosion piece.
TIle counIJ" pony 11 to IJo and mailed to die tatted Fund at P. 0. Box 303, Gainesville the "panhandle" part of Laos to They port had .been enfepd to the. a. wns,,, M hill

courage extension of sewer and the south central section.iewed biggest" airlift of the Vietnamesewar Kuhn "left Murphy sad JIM 23-year-old girl tri s-I

carrying troupe Into Omv Bonnie Satera.
Pianist north of SW

I. New Zone Plan PreviA fm.Tcil Kennedy Evidence Still Lacking

.. May Walk Soon In Priceless Gem Theft
preview of thing to come intended to be a Mal, rigid. ewnert. ether types ..mtllacaJ needs,

to Alachna County was is- answer. IteaideeNal districts will Do and far manufacturing. BOTTOM I AP) Sen. Eewart > MIAMI (AP AOen KaM to dismiss federal charge If

,veiled\ Tuesday a lilt *T tile "Toning to a conttonaf pro. elude all cIIriIi nt, |we for smgWamily Public sera she are pTtviaVed IUN.M.en JUflnetfy lIE feet; to D-Mse about** and Jack Murphy plowed to fly prosecutors eldat come up williIOfIIIlllm.

A1adIua Zoning Commission at ceta," be said. \ dwellings, two fat to sew aoninf claeatflceUone.the two weeks taking hie flnttype to New York today to surrender .. changed Us mind.
a joint dinner with Us parent The mala document in I b e multWamlry eweUmgt. e. ebusiness biggest Job will be conversion be seflenrf ee ae Indictment naming them Swan
store a bream granted
elected the board ef county professioMl lad a ae the who stole the an additional
body proposed new seeing code burglars i
of land eee asses
bark to S plane crash lest June. rontlnuanre to Dec I after ..
commissioners.Theonveuingwasfortheaew. which was Introduced formally class for mobile II rnd. J ever to the new clsJdflcatiene. Star ef IndU sapphire and ether big advised that lilt New Verb d
k> the county officers Teevdaytight A hospital medical jjnlflf lie said the proposed fears pry ferns from .the MuMM .
grand to
Jury wee session
land IIII propoIIIa and the re- It will get Ua fret eftVdel dill else la eevWoneel are ae similar as poseibto to theM WHERETO ef Natural History.TMr .

iIed came JDIIIIIe recuJatloal.III public ecreeeanc Due: I ag Busnwse areas will birlnde Oy ef Gainesville reguleUoee, attorney, Harvey St
resuWrg\ from a 1ft year a pubte bearing. However, void eonfusfee. J.es. saM be was confides] a Eats, X, a relay salvage esi
study of the county s problems ..... to till code these classes: bvaneea aid pre.fcMtoMl M FIND ITCeW esleO MMment ben.*! down pert, and Murphy, 17-year-old
meat .
beetoees i.
retal > fajVMVfj pltMflf does
by Now water clown, have been. tree
and veeds. invited to kvpeet tt a York tasty grad MV
corn May oriented best- week reefsmie as areas Hawed . Jasy need the tie water slawperformers. let film .bonds.
Members of tbe coning at the ceuniy offices to the autometive aid ......Ie .24
..... II'III. d b1 DeW at courthouse before then. MIl .... far different ......., eves) nailed 2527Ofceweries -W win\ plead tar St Jean said *We are nasty I
McGee Jacksonville\ censunant.attenptH and warehousing eketrtrtf. flMMgk Mister new esUMlanwM > ....,..1....... 2. ...... ef course, .. said. to proceed wills 1"Irtal whoever
to project JI years One major dIM,. Is ae kv weukj tot be perws is*d. 2 The ytvemmenl failed for the the state ef New York It

i ito the future to writing the crease to the member ef toning laduslrul sneing e)rirta ere Tee new codes resutr4 trees 0,le- feeeS < third ttme Tuesday to peed ire ready The only thing we are
new programs daaaltka lllll, to permit greatcr lUnH fir kwal servsre radar ttutfM .f Die IUIIt,'. erommy4: *ti 15-11 evsemre Ike two stole the ,Jewets. asking to return for our voluntary

However, McGee told !the control by the county aid trial dletrtrts suck as bakeries.materials land we, eopuUtiM patterns Wemeei'i :. II ,. But V. S. Cemmissk U- appearance to New York to
county board, the code to lOt Bore protoctM te pre pert) imSdiag mUaU tad and--' ware f weav .1Ie W promised reasonable, ....." t

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1.---- 2 Gainesville SlUt Wedneidey., November 11"I,.1964 I

; PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. MAN-TO-MAN UF Surgeon Weather Roundup lln The



1 High Award ..
discount that hasn't materto lock horns with city admln- CapitolWASHINGTON'

ialized and an outspoken city istrators In an attempt to resolve Dr. Lester L. Dragstedt, research C r

official were good for a few the problem. professor of surgery In ZONES ,..... (AP) The\
buckles at Tuesday's Alachua "I've already talked to some- ,the University of Florida College B C Fair through Thurs ewe Defense Department says last
General Hospital board of trus- one about It,," trustee J. N. Anderson of Medicine, was awarded day Low tonight around to. month's_ underground nucleor

tees session. Jr. informed Edwards.The the Henry Jacob Bigelow Medal. High Thursday SO to M. Variable ?t, e"'N explosion In southern Missis.slppl .
laughs came during I I'd tell you what he said, buthospital's by the Boston Surgical Society' winds i to 10 miles an furnished valuable data 1ft
discussion of the city there are ladies present," he Tuesday right. hour. Q the search for a reliable
utility service, which trust e s added, as two members of the i The medal, awarded to 11 D a I M I ,.It INUVS., E systemto
'' ,. Lew It N 55. NlehThl detect,.Jdentlfy and locate
claim is to be billed at Ladles blush. '''roil. Mnpht .
a re- hospital Auxiliary
surgeons In the past 43 yearsrecognizes N N IS. VerA01e .111ft a w. such test hocks
duced rate, under prior agree- ed behind him : and N II mIA se _.
new val I sable .
J Pur ituwxft THurMiynight Lew to- Dr. Robert Frosch, director
ment. However, the city has "Well, 111 investigate it fur- :work In surgery It was presented 7t M tit .K.... ta M used' of
V..I..... weN I test detection for the Pentagon'sAdvanced
Slat TlwrtMy H.
charging the standard ther,;and In case any ladies are to Dr. Dragstedt at the N II mlto M "hour Research
rate present at the next meeting, I'l 50th celebration of K- Mir through I ""' '''11I. Lewfuwlw Project
....".h5 her 7*, MID" ThwMH ., IL Agency, said Tuesday the geological .
Harry C Edwards, a former put my report in writing" Ed- the Society at the Statler-Hilton Vorl.bIt- wi" _fly hnhNiwy I ,,,,,,, In
city commissioner volunteered wards quipped Hotel. This Is the third professional IS mllM M AUMWCMoonrlM hour. formation Mississippihade
'rby ..,.. r.m.. ., : It easier to detect'the test
award presented to the, tranerrow ... Oil' ? ...... """I "' .... than a prevl underground
eminent Florida in the 557 .
surgeon hxl sMtwl
/ ywr ;;,. .::,. ;oe.Mo e.m. shot In the mountains of Nevada .
past two years. .Iv...,.,. ..rimes,t ,t-. ..., GAINESVILLE WEATHER-!: '
1M MOM le ..W wevN.e wNA ;
Finance Dr. Dragstedt, who has won
Hospital imint Wit'iKrt of WoNM cs./N Municipal Airport readings forMA -
International acclaim for his I w', A,1,,, I
.. work In the surgical treatment U"'IUTUUI"" LfIWN5aa i 24 hours to 1 a.m. today, WASHINGTON (AP) As.
of stomach and duodenal ulcers JItIIvUII n eK" High 83 degrees at 3:00: p.m"; 'slstant FBI Director William E

Picture 'Black'Th. received the A m e r lean = :: : low 59 degrees at 8:00 a.m. 'Sullivan says that the Communists :
Medical Association's Distinguished 1 wme 71" Rainfall: None. in an effort "to divide and
.. '
OtMMs w us weaken
this nation from
s financial picture l at There are a few traces of red Service Award Jilt "Voi a : CIDAR lilY TIDIIThgndiy with.
Alachua General Hospital i Is on the otherwise black financial year In recognition of his contributions wmiinoimChkwo> in, are stressing exploitation ol
7 ., ,
: : High n II:17 Ond
black. But that's no cause for outlook. While earnings wereup to the teaching and K..... City M M .11 1:U o..... Low 11 7:H .. m, end "JID. the civil rights situation.
of and the .11 .Mfc I Aj an example;he said about
alarm because, financially operating also Increased practice surgery : N II
expenses ,
b''i speaking, black la the beat of by 54 per cent; and Julius Frledenwald Distinguished i Lot ......,.. If 311 .M SA5T 'UL' v...."'. windt I N \Ilultll '200 Communists, who tried to
all colors. collection of unpaid bills Increased Service Medal from the ,r rI khN Mroouh T""rOII.Y, Pile. 'hide their party connections,

ytf4AF Gross earnings during the past only .9 per cent. The American Caatroenterologlca were among the 200,000 Negroes
fiscal year Increased 43 per rise In expenses includes $14,- Association in March 1964. I Five Day ForecastTemperatures and whites who participated in

cent, and the hospital used less 395 used to purchase new equip- As recipient of the 1964 Bige last year's civil rights march on
]tu 'Ir of Its county appropriated tax ment. low Medal, Dr. Dragstedt delivered are expected to ranges: Tallahassee\ (9 to 48; Washington.

... 'unds.' The information It supplied Th. hospital's annual audit, a scientific talk duringthe avperage near normal In the Jacksonville 71 to 50; Tampa 78 I Sullivan, who spoke Tuesday
In the hospltal'i annual I presentation dinner. to Miami Relit will to the annual banquet Mer-
due for release later this year, north and slightly above normal f ft-
report, released Tuesday by hos- Is expected to reflect a noted More About cooleraverage one the north rick Boys Camp; quoted a Com.
In the South. It will be
pits administrator Edward Improvement In accounting :and ,lest than quarter ,Inch munlst party official as saying
3arkson. and records, Clarkson procedures In the north by this weekend,|in the south. Showers Friday last year-thai -racial unrest in

.. Actually county financial aid ..Id. UtilityFrom and elsewhere at the end of the,and Saturday will be mainly In the United States presented an
was needed In only two areas five day period. Sample dally the north portion. excellent opportunity to raise up
care of Indigent patients and td $10,000 to finance party activ.

.. capital improvements.The More AboutKidnap 1 itles among Negroes.WASHINGTON .
proposed 196445 hospital Page

.. budget request Includes only I northwest lath avenue and near34th Utility.Firms (AP) The
: (AWroo/ M the SMI) funds for Indigent care. streetThe space agency plans to use one
rocket to orbit two

Winner by a Curve PsychiatripUnit From Page 1 by a corporation utilities will not be yet provided form Get Tax OrderSeven satellites later this into week.Tuesday's near. -polar orbit

ergetlc protest" against "vloli
Sheila Modley, 25, Is the 'filly who won the tact tion of the International rules of ed.Hope Is president of the Jim announcement by

for the title of "Mlea Betting Shop of 1964" In Lon Moving diplomatic Immunity and privi Hope Electric Co. and H Inc utility companies In this Gainesville l Gas Company, the National Aeronautics and

don England Tueaday. Th. blonde betting shop a.. lege." and an officer In the W. N. Inc. area are among 75 which have Florida Power Corporation, Space satellite Administration said one
aiitant from Lancashire holds her trophy at the third Along The ministry said the two dlpiomata Developers, He Is a former been told] they must set aside Florida Telephone Corp., North into Inflate, in orbit.
annual bookmakers and betting shops equipment exhibition. had engaged In "evident mayor-commissioner of Gaines tax savings, until the Florida Florida Telephone Co., Southern a nine-pound polka dot
She atarted out at a 4-1 lavorlte In the I By BILL HAGER Infractions of the Italian penal ville. Public Utilities Commission decides Bell Telephone and Telegraph sphere of mylar plastic and aluminum -
and doubtless by a ravine 8un Stall Writer code." Others reported Interested In foil. Nine feet In diameter
race won going; away how the money shall be Co and Starke Telephone Co.
ground on the curvei. I Generally satisfactory, with I The ambassador said the bl- he new utilities firm include used. are covered In the order. It will measure atmospheric

tome anticipated minor delays urre shipment was "done with- V. Q. McCoy, developer of Ma- I Florida Power and Light Co, densities and temperature
; CONFERSFormer Ia the progress forecast for out his knowledge and was be- 'coma Homes and //t building More About largest electric utility in the variations.The' .

: Vice President Richard Alachua General Hoipltal'i psychiatric yond his possibility of direct :supplier and Flake Parker, office state, was Included In an earlier other, a pressed metal
M. Nixon conferred today unit expansion. control," the Foreign Ministry supply store pro prletor. order. sphere two feet In diameter,
Hospital administrator Edward said. 1 Other associates have not been BasesFrom weighs 90 pounds and Is coated
Minister Elsaku Edwin L. Mason chairman
: with Prune of
Identified with 40 flat surfaces. Its Job is I
Clirkson delivered the report Intelligence sources In Cairo publicly yet.
subjects utilities
wide commission
Sato on a range said
Tuesday during a meetingof speculated that the affair was G. M. Davis, county commission to measure the bombardment of
Involved. US. Japanese studies are being made to decide
relations. the hospital board of trus part of the continuing espionagewar chairman, and a builder Page 1 I whether the savings should the atmosphere by energetic ]

Nixon arrived In Tokyo, last tees between the U.A.R. and Is who In the past has shared as "bad news because a signifi! Be passed on to customers as particles, from space.
Sunday on a two-week buslnesi. Clarkson said the major problem rael. Israeli agents drawn from business ventures with Hope, cant military payroll la being rite reductions, used to Improve A four-stage Scout rocket wit
I said he has Interest In the launch the two' satellites/ froti
the Jewish no
In completing $90,000 Arablc-epeaklng com-
trip for his New York law firm, taken away from a particular service, applied to plant improvements .
unit by Its Feb I deadline appears munities In North Africa and new utilities firm. community.." Vandenberg Air Force Bas
the Middle Eases teen The area which get the commission's 9 or used In some Lompoc, Calif NASA said.
: MYSTERY to be In replacing tile have I "Yet I suggest that there Is other way depending on Indi ,
Floors torn by construction. planted In branches of the "OK" stamp TuesdayIs
'Swiss;polf e'l&J ire train '''Following up a recommendation UAR.government before. north of NW 39th: Ave. Indwelt also good news In these announcements vidual' utility's situation. WASHINGTON (AP) Til

to solve the mystery of Ihli 1 1w by Clarkson! that the tiles be Dahan denied that he had of U. S. 441. n Includesall not only for the Corporation received tax cuts National Labor Relations Boarl
blonde girl hospitalized In Lausanne I most of sections 13 14 taxpayer and the citizens who from 50 to 52 per cent of net
replaced using hospital labor, spied for either of the two Mid. or us announced it will appoint
with deep mental shock trustees voted to accept bids on die East rivals police said. A 23 and 24, the east quart e r are concerned about efficiencyand ; taxable Income this year and a Arthur Chrostopher Jr., a ci

and amnesia. About 25 years the new tiles needed Clarkson linguist with bleached blond mile of sections IS and 22, town economy In government, further cut of from 50 to 48 percent reer NLRB attorney here, as li]
: old, the girl 1 t noted an estimated total cost of hair, he told police he had ship 9 range 19, and parts of but specifically for the applicable In 1963. first Negro trial examiner.
I was found unconscious about $1,170 Including purchase worked for a time as an Inter sections 18 and 19, range 29. of many of the affected citizens.
I and at the VA.R. A section Is one square mile. nities," McNimara aald. .
.. of vinyl asbestos tile. preter Embassy.
(AP Wlr pl M tit toot
1 without Identity In other business, the board: I The locked trunk was haltedat Hope's other request covers He promised to guarantee a LBJ Won't Stop
1 papers In lb.i Frances Perkins, $2 r year -Accepted the lone bid of Rome's Flumlclno Airport a two mile deep strip north job opportunity for every career I :
[ woods above i old former secretary el 'labor Picker X-Ray Corp., $1,813 for ,Tuesday night while It wis of the city limits from the Atlantlc employe whose job is eliminat,i I

I Laus a n n e or i Tuesday la Washington ,re- supply of an automatic injectorfor being shipped ai diplomatic Coast Line Railroad to ed.The To Catch Breath
Nov. 4 only a i calls the troubles she lad 30 the operating: room. :mail Police arrested the two the Waldo Road, about eight I new actions, McNamari
: I few hours after 1 years age In setting up t .k e -Agreed to study a proposal first secretaries who were with square miles; and all or part of said, follow year-long studies.He .

I her arrival by Bureau of Labor Standards from Central Florida Junior College i it but released them because sections IS, 22, 25, 28 and 26 indicated that the peak has WASHINGTON (AP'-. PresIdent Iat Jacking up the economic r
: J train. Policesay at "one ef the original guns which would allow Its second they had diplomatic immunity northwest of town. been passed In the search for I Johnson's legislative program unemployment] areas Th

ski cloth es la the war en poverty"a year nursing students to I Customs officials heard faint Only last week, the board of surplus bases which can be shut Is expanding like a batch proposal fell by the wayside I i',

found In her suitcase and other: attend the hospital for training ,cries of help from the trunk. commissioners approved a request down with economy."I lot yeasty bread dough In a the last Congress.

: evidence leave no doubt the NEW PAPA Learned Dr. Henry Babes When police opened It, they by Alachua County I'til- don't anticipate In the next warm kitchen. I r .An Immigration bill revl'

an experienced akler. Police are 1 Singer Robert Goulet holds a has been reappointed to the found[ an almost unconscious ties Inc. (officers are David 12 or 24 months we will\ have Until Tuesday, about all that Ing the old quota system.A .

: trying to contact Italian girl I I cigar In his new, real life role Florida Blue Cross board of man strapped to an apparatus B. Smith, Earl Powers andW. anything" as extensive as the had been mentioned in the way I program for tncten'"
skier Pie Riva In the V.S. In an| "ProudPapa" trustees and Miss Julia Hill that looked like It came from a J. Whltehurst II) to serve actions taken so far, he said. of priority legislation were two and liberalized unemploymer
: effort to help solve the mystery ai If has been named to the Florida medieval torture box. eight square miles west of However, he Indicated there big bills the President did not I compensation.

born ter to a.I ?M1 Nurse Aneathetlata board of( I The trunk was lined with Gainesville. were some bases already stud- get last year medical care for I And perhaps a general ai
boy was The firm previouslytad
leather lime
his rustees. and had a tiny seat led that he wants to review for the aged under Social Securityand .to education bill below the co''
actress -
been granted permissionto
Informed the annual built-ln shoes and ankle clips to
-Were elimination. the Appalachia bill to
possible pump lege level
Carol a that In Ih
road of to program
hold the feet use rights way
hospital Christmas party It in place, and a me.tal federal aid Into the
Lawrence. The two southwest of PTA HearPsychologist past has'alwaya foundered o'
a scheduled for Dec. IS. neck clamp and a kind of serve areas to 11-state mountain
baby, Chrlsto- crash helmet to hold the head town. the shoals of the religious arbor
p h e r Joseph, Mccl School steady. But after a White House conference question.As .,

'weighed In at I Police said Dahan told them Name ErrorIn University of Florida psychologist with the President to the last, Albert sal,

seven pounds, Dean CetNational < le was approached by two men Dr. Don Avlla will be Tuesday House Democratic "Well, I'ni.. sure that will be con.Idered.
nine ounces. He Post from' the U.A.R. Embassy on SlayingIn guest speaker at Thursday Leader Carl Albert talked to ."

wu born in'' 'Home's dolce vita street, the Sunday's Sun, the Negro ilght'i meeting of the Sidney reporters in his Capitol office Albert and Speaker .John W

New York'i Doctor's Hospital DETROIT Dr. Darrel J. Via Vessels, Monday night They ,woman held for Investigation Lanier PTA. and said these measures also McCormack "conferred wit:

just before midnight last night. Mase, dean of the College of Invited him to a cafe for drinks. I if murder In the fatal subbing He will discusi "The Importance are being considered as next Inline Johnson before Albert left for
Health Related Services of the After several drinks, Dahan ,of Marlyn Harris 822 NW Sth of Primary Learnt a g ." after those two: vacation In his Oklahoma din

RETURNSFormer University of Florida School of wu quoted M saying, they Ave, was Betty J. Nobles, 22. and a question and answer period Expanded Social Security (rid ,
Medicine, Tuesday was electedto eased him out of the cafe, NT NW Ith Ave. will follow. benefits for aQ Albert emphasized that non,
w 'tti President Dwight the Board of Truateea of the slugged him, Injected him with The Sun Inadvertently listed The meeting win be it I p.m. present recipi- of these .thlngs was discuss.
1 4 Eisenhower wound ,up I ,"ICa- for Crippled some kind of drug and draggedhim the cafetorlum. ents. In detail bu
National Society victim's name as both the ID the school Babysitting at the White House,
lion ol several weeks at UM Augusta Children and Adults (The Caster Into a car before he lost deceased and the alleged at- facilities are available A new life for the a r e a only in the most general way

National Golf dub and Seal Society). consciousness. ladrf.Missionary. 1D the school auditorium. redevelopment program, aimed The President with whoppm
returned to his farm near Gettysburg -
Dr. Muse was one of 1$ lead- majorities to both houses, U in <

(AP Wrwnt M Ii'. 5.m Pa., Tuesday era from business and welfare position to get almost anythin
activities: named by the National Gets he wants through Congress.
Philip E. ".110., 39-year-. VISITS Society's General Aasembly Reprieve ], .The President also has calls*
old Us asteuor
Angeles County
Is all ee the aide el Mrs Edward M. Kennedy, ai Trustee at Large at theOrganization's for repeal of a number of "nulsance"4ypo
annual conven
whe wife of the Massachusetts se excise taxes o1
Irate IIom..ne that their taxes are .tor, stopped off In Paris nlion, which opened Nov. 13 at NAIROBI Kenya (AP) -Congolese !their safe evacuation protect and evacuate Innocent a said the American and Bet handbags DptUcki and the like

complaining are too high Walioa hates for a private visit while the Detroit's Statler Hilton Hotel. rebel leader Christophe I US. Ambassador G. McMur- civilians.! [gun In rebel territory would be House Republican: Leader

what he terms the intuit tax John F. Kennedy library exhibit Florida A professional and National advisor Societies of the Gbenye announced of American today missionary the execution ;trio Godley directed the appeal I "'10'. continue to stand ready held until the US. and Belgian Charles A. HaHeck of Indiana
structure Additionally, .he was transferred. from 'o Cbenye's headquarters In, I in who engineered some sertou'
to fully baited
cooperate governments their
be has national 1 millU -
for many years, won Dr. Paul Carlson baa been -:1
Stanleyville where about (0
Frankfurt to Berlin. ,
says he's willing to go out on humanitarian efforts and to aid to setbacks to the President's leg
recognition In the fields ot postponed until Monday Stanleyville Premier MoistTahombe'a
the street himself to pail Mra. Kennedy, aiater-ln-law ol I andnumerous (American: and nearly 100 Belgians cuss arrangements through I islation program In the IM
special education speech: Radio reported.A In
petition for aa Initiative the late president, la accompanying consultant position are "prisoner of war. these organixatioiu. We are so I government Leo session, already has conceded
measure putting a Ud en the the exhibit oa a European -' with national and. state public broadcast by the I Godley presumably sent the advising the chairman of the poldvllje, quick passage of the medics
riM el property Um. tour. and private agencies.. dio said Gbenye has sent a me.1 appeal by radio or through IIIlintermedlary. 'OAU ad hoe commission (Prime care and Appalachia bJI1I.Goin.me .
to Prime Minister
lags The United States
1 Minister Jam Kenystta ot
:Kenya to thla effect, but added does not have direct contact ry
I Kenya) and urge you to communicate
I Follows Hubert $uituatit5 that to the meantime It wu up with the rebel capital 77) miles with him In this matter."
to Washington to find a suitable northeast of UopoJdvdle. NlIIshe4 tvonlngi _lOt

.r.7"::. .-........... w bull for negotiating ever the The United Statea said It bolds I A broadcast from StanleyvlDe Saturday*0 by ,...tni. GoirwMtll kndw IM-MxIwhiM
HERBERT SMITH prisoners held h the rebel the rebel authorities "directlyand Tuesday gave the tint Indication : Camaonr e' 10' St2nd
(Picture ra Page 14)) closely with the Johnson ad- Herbert Smith. M, of 2325 SE, rangho dd. I personally responsible for that Carlsoa\ was still alive rWt. Gafctttvillt.mony Fter..de

ST PAUL Minn. (AP) ministration.He lib Place, died Tuesday at Ala- It added that If no satisfactory -the safety ef Dr. Carbon and of The rebels bad announced end eMerod Ilse II Pot MCooocf Offce CIO"OS
36 who was only four yean outlaw ol. basis la found Carbon will'all American atCIICVUTION
Waller F, Mondale. cbua General Hospital following citiaena ta areas early! Monday that the 31-year c--.llie. Fiorde -
school when he was appointed be executed as scheduled.\ control
will be the new U.S. senator extended illness under your
I old doctor from Rolling Hill. urn irCAiina
from Minnesota la a product ot It&or'M1eneraJ la May He was a retired special duty I Gbenye addressed his message "As you know," the message Cafil had been convicted el oa MAIL

the youth movement that ban 19SO. engineer for the Pennsylvania! to Kenyatta who at the continued this government espionage and sentenced to die 11 WM .45
has pervaded Minnesota poll- Washington, be will team Railroad and was a member' of urging of the I'mted: States along with other utwna has at none that day.The breadrasf w .9s.if

tics since World War IL with Srn. Eugene McCarthy, the Jehovah'i Witness Church. wed the rebel leader Tuesday fuDy supported the unsuccessful Tuesday said that Gbenye met All wed ie.aipt+eru mat
He was appointed by ova alia a Democrat. Survivors Include his wile,110 span the life ef Carlson forhumanltarrae efforts of the International Committee Monday with the U.S. consul to tw said M **-..
Karl Rolvaag Tuesday to succeed Mandate wilt led the Democratic I Ruth Custafaon Smith; two reuona. ef, tilt Red Crete and the discuss: tilt question of prisoner 4 M.wt,.> rf AlMtt tulTCII of

Vice Prisi-iit.elect Hu-j ticket In 1M3. will let hu daughter. Mn Richard 0. TUUs. The United: Stale aim ap> OAU OrguuzatxM of African: of war and that rebel officials: \ 4 .
bert H. Humphrey when Ilunvl!sent voting tnt In .. HIS appointment Gainesville; and Alyee Kathleen pealed directly to the Congo- Unity) ad hoc commwioa to get who defended Carlson at his S..n S.wur- M ne .-...

phrey resigns probably arouud la for only toe remaking Smith both ef Gainesville; lest rebel leaden to protect,your agreement to an ICRC trial wen present -Peewees N cw..ww- w cd. r_....e.e
the end of the year. two yean ot Hum a lister, Mrs. James Carlisle, Carboa and other Americana humanitarian masses tn Stan .ma ..o smmn.www.
Mondalt promised to work pIv.,'. term. (Avon Park and one grandson. rebel territory and to permit :kyvllle and to arrangement to A rebel radio message oa Oct DR.CAALSON M ... -.

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Making Campus T NITE. relax In Luxurious Comfort at UNITED LIQUORS


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(Editor's note: TU li the! In the broad general education tunity to participate In distinctive education Involving total util Dance To The Lamplighter's Trio
third In a series on adult edcation .., of lay'people through classes, programs )In the communities nation of the universities resources 7 S
Every Evening 5 to -
In Florida by Dr. Roger television, home study courses throughout Florida. Each are made available p.m. Friday and Saturday Nights .
W. Axford, visiting .. ateprofessor' In addition to conferences and college or university can utilize, through FICUS and brought to Two Drinks for the Price of One MARY JERRY & BOI --
Florida institutes.The Its strength wherever. the local,level" I
at State Hutversify particular 1
OPEN DAILY 11 A.M. TO 1 A.M.Seagram's
) Philosophy of Florida's it needed In the state. At present an engineer can actually
...:..- FICUS director. Dr. Myron R. Who are the people benefiting atudy for a master's degree
By Dr. Roger W. AxFord Blee, Is that the boundaries of from FICUS? Teachers of adults and take his entire pro
Written For The the campus should be the boun Marie and Vincent Masiello gram off-campus, making It un-
Associated Press daries of the state and Blee Is drive 35 miles from Bradentonto and give up his position al CAR5TAIRS MARTINS
ST. PETERSBURG (AP) making this a reality. I a St Petersburg center each work. ,
.FOCUS short for Florida In- This past year FICUS provided Friday evening to take a class. (Some companies allow time 7 CROWN r l3
stituta for Continuing University 573 credit courses to 14,973 They want to learn how to become off and re-imburse for entire Whit SM! Iliad V.V.O.
Studies, Is a unique vehicle for persons In Forlda, In addition! better teachers and admin tutition.) Teachers can take half I YU IOURION Imported Scotch
Floridians to continue to learn. 13,917 persons participated in istrators. of their training off-campus, and BACARDI a
Florida has had a statewide conferences and institutes to update Willie Douglas, Tampa, takesa the rest of the resident mstltu Luke *r D.. l.m E. J. SCOTT irARSTAiif SOUTHERNCOMFORT
approach to higher education their knowledge in their FICUS class. He has returned Lion where they are completing
special fields. from two years service in the their degree. GLENMORE ll ?
1905. But taking educationto Peace Corps In Pakistan. He Jim Beam t '"Rn
the people who are not on the The purpose Is to examine Many take classes to meet
wants to work for a higher degree
campus has always been a problem professional problems with but afford certification requirements or to ST. KY. BOURI. ",: 90' GIN
cannot to
for institutions of higher speciaists brought from Floe now acquaint themselves with new I LIQUEUR
learning, not Just for Florida. ida institutions of higher education go to the hundred campus.Six and. developments In the field. ;' $ $/!199'
Today FICUS Is the offcampus or from universities as far teachers of "the math" In Florida, there are highly! 3 St6s$1095 ,''CAST
Instruction unit for the state flung as Uppsula, Sweden. provided with new an experience are technical enterprises In which un nn c.,. fsos
university system. In January FICUS Is the successor to the with three from the the continuing development and
1965 FICUS will be only three general extension division ol I professors I productivity of personnel dependfor
In weekly
,years old. But as a service agency Florida which was establishedas 'university campuses a their future upon the avail
for continuing education It a single, statewide unit in workshop. Commuting of In-service faculty mem training ability of continuing education SAVE THE UNITED WAY
has an enviable record, for it '919. State Institutions of higher bers drive or fly to central locations at the graduate and undergraduate -
serves teachers, businessmen, learning can now perceive of levels.
where Instruction is re,
engineers, and numerous profes FICUS as their Instrument
Says Director Sire, "Indeed
quested. A few faculty members
atonal people as well as aiding which/, will assure! adults oppor-:are resident In off-campus centers I we do not have nor are there FULL QUART SPECIALS
I circuit In dif available either the personnelor IQ l1t TAYLORS
ferent teaching locations.on a the resources required to ,, ,,,..... Ronrico Rum Calvert
Fort Pierce State Park Classes may meet in a junior build a new graduate school at QU"'JW F1: ""' to" DAK Full'' Extra NEW YORK STATE
I college, technical school, or high the many places In the stat 4.49 Qdrt 4.79Q JFulluert!
Request Raises Questions school. The university professors where s u p e r-hlghways cross; 6 Year Old : ChampagneWhittBrutPInk
determine the materials and and yet educational services It
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The This action would be sufficient support needed to maintain the the highest academic levels are K."lr Slralh I."...* Four Roses Gin or Vodka.. "
State Outdoor Recreational assurance to federal officials for' highest level of quality instruction I needed now In" a vast number of ILINB Full I oar1 sera
communities. TIQlJt S
Planning Committee took under them to boost their share of theo -'ITEDS caii'JtD. 4.69 3.49Qu..r Ru and
FICUS provides the Instru Wendell Jarrard, chairman of Quoit
consideration whether
today t cost of a proposed $500,000 ero-
ment for Instruction,I the Florida Development Com SOUII MASH ...r:: ,' Clot $569
back a $13 minion state park sion control program from 50 off-campus 4i: ChristianBrothers Kentucky
near Fort Pierce which would per cent to 70 per cent, he said'but it Is the function of the respective mission, has said that one oFlorida's CHARCOAL PlLTIItiD =
I'I'I universities themselvesto I goals Is to be "first In : Tavern
Involve new policy.A I With the state firmly commit-
delegation led by Sen. John ted to the land acquisition, he i operate and to maintain academic 1 education. He states," "Graduate 3 1050 HANDY I VIA .UII5th. Full *
control over the courses in science, engineer- All M QQ FutI54e99 CAll 5TH
McCarty of Fort Pierce urged said, the property owners In programs .
atate commitment for a half million St. Lucie County would be asked I I made available through and supported ng, and other academic fields- ., QII.rt $.,_T)
dollar erosion control program I to approve a bond Issue to furnish by FICUS. new oceanography courses, and
on the beach. the local money for the e,.I Dr. Glenn Goerke, dean of extension full research programs are all HENNESSY 3 FULL QUARTS
The planning council decided slon control work. (FICUS). says of continuing available. Thirty junior colleges, Lamplighter
to study the matter until its Dec., Members of the committee did < education in Florida: four private junior colleges, five 3 STAR FRENCH COGNAC IMPORTED ENGLISH GIN VODKA
II meeting. not Indicate how they felt about I "Our vital role In continuing state universities, and 20 private.
Director Ney Landrum said I the request. education for the professions Is degree granting colleges and"unIversities $619 CASI 3 $1495 CASI OR $1 10
providing the limited 1 .funds In any event, their actions are,the fact that we are able to all serve Florida. 5th $71.95 5ths | SUS Gin
asked by the delegation 'Would subject to final ratification by make current knowledge readily But It Is FICUS, which can Dry
mean committing the state to the cabinet. available to the people. Manyare make university-level adult edu
buying the land at an estimated In other action, the planning unable, by the nature of I cation available the length and
.cost of $1.3 million. committee heard a report that their work Involvement, to "re breadth of the state regardless Fleischmann j & IMPERIAL
In effect, he said, this would Florida will get an average of turn to full time on-campus of when or where It may be 90 Proof DRY GIN Haig Haig BLEND
federal for study, and are faced with needed. Florida has only begun
mean placing this proposed park $2 } million money yet PINCH BOTTLE
ahead of other outdoor recrea each of the next 10 years under the dilemma of a rapidly growing to benefit from this vehicle for Guckcnhcimer ., IMP. SCOTCH BOOTH'S
tion. Although it Is a worthy a new land and conservation act : and changing body of know life-long'learning. i:
project, Landrum said, he would The state win match this man ledge directly bearing on their 1 FICUS Is a unique featureof JOHNNIEWALKER HIGH & DRY ;
not make such a recommends. outdoor recreational development daily work. In these situations,' Florida's program for continuing BUND>> ""' GIN I :
tion. program. opportunities for continuing -education. MILL -

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POLICY'' o. low 1.1.s the victory of Bobby Kennedy, who Is now senator elect.

itvpott the news fully dnd tmp itt IV h \fie ci! ws cohnwn. Some are especially sad to be deprived of the services of
Z Cupiw the cpjnlani of the Sun tn-tut any -tutorial*. Kenneth Keating. Others are not a bit sad at the prospectof
3, Publl* ell ildn of Important conMrnraial luutt Predict I ttt W.CO5.eGa doing without Mr. Keating. But all are disconsolate over
Mr. Kennedy's victory.
rite Son's telephones: All departments 378-1111

The BadEggs THEIR GRIEF IS In two parts, one part political and, If
the truth must be told, one personal. Personal, because Bobby
has a way about him that antagonizes those who are on the
Rulings on Pupil AssignmentThe other side. All the rough edges of his brother's career are

associated with Bobby: the ruthlessness, the opportunism
U.s. Supreme Court TIM declined tricting plan become (i) unlawful ; the demagogy the disingenuousness. As the apotheosis of

to review a New York state because it is intended" to reduce de John Kennedy goes forward, the sludge drains away and settles
Can down around his feisty little brother who is
court decision on 6 Brooklyn CM* we predict probabilit thought of
facto The is
segregation. answer no. as personally responsible for whatever
that uphold the right of school of future childhood delinquency disagreeable memorieswe
Th. court pointed out that no "bUBSfnl' ? still permit ourselves about the Kennedy years. Under the
boards to make desegregation one involved. The children circumstances, the antl-Kennedyites sought the personal satisfaction .
was attend
factor in assigning pupils to schools. Many sociologists long have of defeating this young man at the polls, of telling him

A similar ruling was made a few the nearest school and the only believed we can. Their belle that this was one effrontery too many. .

weeks later by a federal court la complaint was that the school board now has been confirmed. .A wVERSATILITY Politically, New York conservatives felt that they had the

New Jersey. deliberately located this new school twelve-year study In determining solemn responsibility that attaches to the person present at

/:':,' where it would naturally draw chil- the probability of delinquency the incubation of a monster

Neither ruling conflicts with the 1." dren of both races. among slx-year-oli CHART ON INTERNAL ISSUESLBJ'S If life you right fail then to and snuff there out his he

decision last year of the Seventh boys has been completed. The ,
may grow up to eat you. The
U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that The Gary school board the courts me'Jiods of predicting, delin- prospect of another Kennedyera

the Gary Ind., school board need not found, had consistently obeyed the quency have been found to be Guideline dominated by Bobby Jj

redistrict even though nearly all of Indiana law that requires assigning amazingly accurate.In enough to send the average

Gary's Negro pupils attend segregated children to schools "in the districtsin 1950 Professor Sheldon New York conservative to a

schools because of segregated which they reside regardless of Glueck monastery.THE .
housing. The Supreme Court also refused race ." The courts rejected the and Dr. Eleanor Glu- Hrro Vork 2lmr* geared not just to opposing the Yellow. Dog Contracts -
eck a husband and wife team the majority but to serving didn't cost the treasury a red ONLY historical parallel -
to review the Gary case. The plea of Negro petitioner that deseg. By ARTHUR KROCK
of at Harvard America. that
criminologists the cent comes readily to mind
court seldom gives a reason for regation overrides such other Law School, began workon WASHINGTON For the 1 (Oa Improving, while re The President has made Is those few months of utter

denying review but usually refusalto factors as distance location, traffic their predictability tables first time Lyndon Ba I n e s taining, the seniority system.) this a basic consideration In panic in 1949 when the astonishing !

hear a case of this nature means etc., in assigning children to schools.] of the New York Johnson now occupies the In Johnson's assignments of his budgetmaking ever since victory at the pollsof
as part City
the high court agrees with the lower White House as the elected Senate Democrats to key com- he came to the White House.At Franklin Delano RooseveltJr.
"There is no affirmative constitu- Youth Board study. Their President of the United States. mittees, he considered thosein the same time the budget suggested to American I
court's ruling.
work was financed In part by The restraints Imposed by the 83rd Congress to be a has reflected the political conservatives the horrible I I
tional duty the court said to the Ford Foundation. The succession through-death good demonstration how philosophy of the liberal wingof prospects of reincarnation.

The Supreme Court found several change reasonable school districts tables were made after studyIng have been removed by his "youth and experience" could the Democratic Party In I bring

years ago that the school board of by the mere fact that shifts of the lives of 500 boys listed overwhelming popular choice be put in better balance expanding the welfare state. seems to soothing me plain thoughts.that suchIs It
New Rochelle, N.Y.. had acted illegal population increase the percentage of as President in his own Among the examples he cited the
as delinquent and nondelln- right. He Is free to he h I ch power of President
play as were the addition of fresh- THE FILES from w
ly In gerrymandering attendance districts either Negro or white pupils. Johnson In Democratic councils

quent conceives it his Importantpart men or first term senators, these extracts are taken also
to keep most Negroes in one and the in turn of
In shaping the history of when power
disclose Johnson
such as John F. Kennedy, a senator -
Thus the court decisions The New York City boys the Democrats over all of us,
school. major on the United States and the Stuart Symington, Hubert "as a traditionalist thinker
de facto segregation seem to reach studied originally 303 world. Humphrey, Mike Monroney on the separationofpow- that we probably have more

The Brooklyn and the Gary cases one conclusion: school boards MAY were chosen from those entering Since, In the circumstancesof and George Smathers to Labor era principle established In hegemony to fear from than Mr. Johnson's
from the
deal with two tides of a more subtle take reasonable action to eliminateit school for the first time In the 1964 campaign, Johnson Armed Services, Foreign the Constitution. Commenting In the door of foot that

I problem. How far may (or must) a'I ; they are not required to. This the autumn of 1952. IncludedIn could successfully concentrate all Relations major and committees Commerce -to troveralal on the rejection Senate's hlghly of a nomination on- Bobby Kennedy has power now Intruded

'I school] board go in desegregating puts big-city boards very much on the list were 131 Negro on the political stra which several of their seniorsin made by President Mr. Johnson having
, boys and 42 Puerto Ricans.
I schools that are segregated through the spot. The federal courts have not taken from two tenor getting elected a service aspired. Truman, after "full and fair colonized everyone from the
They were comprehensive understandingof militant left
no fault of the board? yet decided-but undoubtedly will in schools In s neighborhood with this'concept awaits per- 4. (Basic mistake of present scrutiny of the record," he to the easygoing
right there
due time-whether the various plans s high delinquency rate. formance. That applies particularly day liberals) This he expressed the hope that the left in Metropolitan not a Wash.figure

In Brooklyn the court said the issue for hauling children out of their to the grave issues of viewed as allowing "liberal event would deter "routine ef- ington who
to in
Now, In 1964, the results of ism to be equated with spend forts to immobilize the Senate sneeze
whether "an otherwise 'lawful neighborhoods are "rea o n able"1 foreign policy of the Opposition his presence.
the study of 301 boys are published how ing" In the public mind. "On when its 'advice and consent'are
and reasonable (attendance) die- steps. : Pa/ty can; be youth put and In balance experience highways, housing and depressed sought" Except for Bobby, Johnsonrid

on the major committees areas," he observed, It remains to be seen whether himself of the Kennedy
DELINQUENCY was forecast while the "the 'liberal bill Invariably If as President he has a coattails when he disqualified
10 years ago for 33 boys, preserving and ."basic senioritysystem mistake Is the one with the highest similar experience with the Bobby for the vice presidency
I Voice of the I II and the forecast proved to be of; present-day liberals." price tag, the conservativewith Senate, he will change hi I II But simultaneously
People 85 cent accurate. the lowest ." Consequently "
per view of what Is "routine Bobby went a long way In establishing

Potential nondclmquency AS PARAPHRASED, and the "public has gained his own political
I the erroneous impression OSURVIVAL manhood by enduring, and
I was forecast for 243 boys sometimes verbally extracted *
-- .On The Sun's Opinion Page and the forecast was IS per from many conservation carefully and skillfully surviving successfully, a hot-
cent accurate and much correspondence nurtured by the Republicans campaign. He Is back in

O.iel..ed; cmiimMf ed s.. _4... .nj ..Ic..... In ikt V.l.. .! th* ,..,1. .slum.. Uttwt Twenty-five boys were ad- with Johnson before he became that a liberal wants KIT Washington and owes no debtto
mud bt .i.! ..4 end. kt., the Wfitirl add.... Nim i will |. withheld. If ......,.". A Liter ihnld judged chance 10() President the following to reach into the htppocket of LBJ. Moreover, he has a
not .....d 500 w.r4. .... mutt. b* wiittm' M mhr see side. .5th. ,..... P'.'ry onnot be ...... TheSue an even his the American people and extract 1.Nw 'ortl TtolM" more intensely enthusias tIc 1
r,.....t the lht N rl..) ewe btt.r *r (. .h crt.* 'It. without ck..|li| the wril.r.| ....., .* w years ago of becoming delin- emerge as firm guide.tines as much money as WASHINGTON For some
' sible. Since "liberalism basically
Gill'Conservative moderate Democrats who Yes, there's lots to see at There ,Ill, In fact, nothingnew matters: means a genuine solicitude to open a presidential cam It Is alwayi easier to be seduced

Keep dare protest A D.A's lead I n g the museum, If you just lake or startling In the Glu 1. (On the obligations of official for the needs of people paign. An Eastern Republican by Don Giovanni than
the party of their fathers down the time to look behind the eck findings. What Is dismaying power.) A party platform and for individual dignity reports receiving, less thana by Leperello.
the dismal, dreary left laneto mockingbirds. is that In all our city Is a statement of ..lms.It and freedom," liberals week after the election, a
EDITOR, Sun: "WorldBonk" I slums there multl.thousands Is the of b THE TWO PARTY system
Keynesian socialism. SOUTHERN OBSERVER are blueprint w at "need to re define their card with a Davis, Calif.,
states that the U. S. Last year Senator Spessard of children who, by the the party will do if the voters terms One of the most postmark. It simply said does not begin by being right
has a two party system and Holland, s man I have always Duval Shows time they are five or six give It enough strength.The important liberal acts of this "Republican survival kit vs. left; it begins by being

says "Generally, one part and! revered, stood before a crowdIn years old, are doomed to predictable 1984 election has sup century the Norris La- Scranton and Kuchel In something against something,
tends to be conservative Jacksonville Florida and School Need delinquency. plied that strength to the Guardia Act which outlawed 1968." Bobby Kennedy ta a magnetic
to resist government control .- said that the tune has come Democratic Party, at least field and so the forces in opposition
or ownership of prod u c EDITOR, Sun The Three, major factors were to LBJ
for this nation to decide present numerically Presumably, within his own
tlnn and distribution of economic whether It will become a welfare debacle In the Duval schools used In setting up the ratingson therefore, the President will .-.. sEven party will naturally flow towards
goods The other part]. state or remain a proud which has long been foretold which predictability of future endeavor to effect all the him. Since poll 1 1 tl cal
I tends to be radical or progressive bastion of fret enterprise.This and about which little has conduct was based. They "alms" of the Atlantic City His Wife Doesn't Know polarization tends to be of the
, and calls for governmental year he turned his backon been done, Is an Indication of were: supervision of boy by platform, both by legislation left-right kind, what will almost !-
controls In dictatorships, mother, diclpline of boy by
those that would championthe the attitude of many citizens and executive action.I. .
only one political party Is per- free enterprise system and toward their public schools. mother and family cohesiveness (On the policy of the Opposition (et MM Virt Timta. Asked whether, now that Bobby certainly will gravitate happen that
to the
milted to exist or operate" If endorsed the proponents of the Reference Is made to the old A father-son relationship) as stated to a Senate NEW YORK There are the election. was over he left of LBJ
the two party system In this welfare state. Quite a changeof attitude which plagued Horace would also be employed, but Democratic conference.) "I some things a man doesn't wanted to tell how he voted, him. A tension- or right of
country reaches state where mind Mann In Massachusetts, Hiram In the cases under study many have never agreed with the tell his wife. If he's a lead- Governor Rockefeller.. have will at least
.t both parties are the image of There Is no welcome mat Barney In Ohio, John mothers had been abandonedby statement that 'It Is the busi- Ing Republican politician who plied: been set up, sad tensions -
each other then we will have for conservatives or mode- Swett In California and others.It the father. There was no ness of the minority to op once wanted to run for Pree. "The secret ballot In Amer- dom factors for free-
the equivalent of a one party rates In the Democratic Party Is expressed In the views father son relationship. A pose.' I do not believe the ident and later gave nominal ica Is the most sacred heritage tell us., as any federalist will
I; 'm and a resulting dictatorship manual has been published, American to the man he had which have and thatI
but there Is In the Republican of a speaker on WJXT yesterday people (returns a support we
The purpose of an Party. Bi advised thereIs when she said, "We want titled "A Manual of Prece- minority to Congress) merely bitterly opposed, one of these have stood by. Even my Purely In terms then, of
opposition party Is to oppose work to be done, but the good schools. Private schoolsare dures for Application of the to obstruct but to things Is what he did when wife doesn't know how I voted the dynamics of power it is
and not to appease. cause Is right It may mean costly" Yet she and others Glueck Prediction Table," fight for a positive program he went Into the voting booth. ." probably a good thing that
It Is Indeed gratifying that you will be temporarily with- seemed unaware of the which Is available at the Bobby was elected. God save
the recent Harris poll showed out a vole In aome local pro Idea that the money they Invented Youth Board Research Institute us, Bobby Kennedy for the
the majority of Republicans of New York 71 Madison POTOMAC FEVER time
m a r I I. s until we get the In the added burden of being. is the nearest
believe their party Avenue. The cost Is It.M. The thing
strength In our state party so a private school could make w* have to a two-party
should be conservative. ThereIn candidates can run under tilt difference betweena manual seeks to answer every By JACK WILSON Cow its Washington Bureau lystern.
presently' a move afoot by question a social worker
their true colon. Others are weak public school In that
the Democratic Party. These changing to the party that might ask In planning a Castro says Irresponsible workers caused Cuba's economic troubles. Why .
same Individuals turned their best represents them; our same excellent community quality and and servingall one of similar study. some of them didn't even show up for the jobs they didn't have

bark on the Republican Na- has done It why not
mayor children and not those
tional ticket and twenty sliand you? As has been truly said, selected few whose tuition l AN ACTUAL cane history Two >ew York theaters gel licenses to sell drinks between acts That's not That Was

in the a half recent million election.supporter It U "for evil to triumph, It Is would be paid by their par- of barrier a boy with s near-ideal enough. With some of the shows on now, when you need a drink Is between
that good men
only necessary enls. Intermissions The
that the Republican Game
now apparent do nothing that of George D. It was:
Party cannot lurvlvi In short many citizens yet
part conservative and perl t HARRY U WALKER M.D. have a weak loyalty to their "Supervision (by mother) Republicans are squabbling over whether they ended the with

liberal. In the past the party 'Hear the StarsTwinkle' public schools. Instead of talk Know where boy la, his scttrities deficit or a surplus. It's only the crazy Democrats who think campaign about things like a That TVasn'tlet
conservatives have supported of making them better and to and friends Keeps close .otea.
liberal candidates thus m a In- serve all children as is much rated of him. Score U. kw VM Thwa

taming party unity, but now needed In our society, they im- PHILADELPHIAFor
we know the liberals will not EDITOR Sun If you've mediately begin to talk about "DtKlplin (by mother) Some Democrats are .tin celebrating the election with champagne' Repu1lIJ- four> days, beginning next
support the con. e r v a tlve lived around these parts for closing the schools If Negroes FIrm but kindly. Boy undcN cans are more moderate-an they want Ia. Burch Bier. Wednesday, there will be
cause. quite a spell, go visit our have to com to them or citing lands why he is punished, available to Phillies fans a
State Museum don't rush accepts It. Mother sets limits
There must be polarizationof lake some tore Look behind cannot op PI'the private school overall which 10 his conduct and adheres to It's no more than fair to say there unrest In the United Nations right now memento of broken dreams.
the parties If the two par.ty the mockingbirds. There's purepoIfS them. Score It. Looks as though the dote of peace has laid an egg. For a donation to the Sandlot -
of basic needed
system Is to be effective.I ef cation -
dead stumps la a sandy field; all citiMiJof Sports Association of Philadelphia -
agree with the Democra t s by all race, "Cohwiveness of family.
In this regard EUoll R e o sapplln posts fencing off a creed, colors and national Marked Family enjoys gong About 400 New York undertakers went on strike against their funeral the fan win be able
velt recently said that If the. cracker homestead along the origin. out together or staying hors in a wage dispute_not. of course. until negotiation reached a dead end.oar- World to> pick up a ticket to the 1964
conservative democrats aren t wagon road. The public school our only home together AH children Series that want played -
going to support their par I y If you dream a little of agency dedicated (weakly at equally accepted. Father wo at Coraii Mack Stadium.
nominees then they should I walking home at dunk when times) to building some unityof err player whole family enjoy :Moderate Republicans are looking to Cow. Smyli ef Idaho for help and I TIlt tickets were printed
Join the Republican P If t,. the mockingbirds quit singIng Ideals and practices of basic watching Score Ms." word of cheer. Their new theme nongi "Let a Smjlm B* Your Vmbrell&" during the last two weeks orthe

The Democratic Party Is polarized you can hear the stars cttlmtthlp National League pennant
along liberal lines and begin to twinkl& Remember *. should rededicate our The Ctuecks define a delinquent No wonder the Democrats are They didn't have race while. tM Phil were
Is bringing Socialism to America don't make any noise and selves to strengthening of our as "One who repeats nut morning and try to peel off smug their bumper stickers to let up early the blowing a IVgam lead.
The Democratic vice-prea- please don't mention Katy way of life Instead of supporting acts ol kind which' when cnra- H. X: Crinsfelder exec*
ideM eVct! Is the co-found e rand dids. If you do the celestial forces and agencies that milled beyond the statutory whuii
tine head of Cimbe .
sound wtu be fat forever. tend of If punishable Well the Republicans learned enc thing from the late |
a director of the atrnn. to weaken It Let Us flnt age are as .npleuantftrq: It's win distribution booths
e : t-_,alist force In this And kids, if you make your build well and support well acmes, either felonies or mho aD right to N11M",' aalut .1. -II. "H't let aaybudy get UI idea lOW at five up said tr*
C'i-::--T the A.D.A. This or- visit whea Uw moo,,', Juat our public schools, the -safe demfanl'rl. or who' shows per really mean It. arts stores
ticket: should be a poputarulstmas
ga-_:a':,in dominates the party right you're bound to spot a guard of tilt republic and the latent stubbornness and truancy -

and will domineer over any goblin In the Ban Owl's obligation of all youth." and associates with Inv President Johnson says h* ls going to keep a couple! of Republicans in his -for the item who especially has ...
woulrf be conservative o r loft. A. R. MEAD meal persons" Cabinet at ]least until arrangements can be made with the Smithaol1i&n. UJthuI."man

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Alachua Must Overthrow Castro Something New England Still j

COUNTY Missing On

From In Grip of DroughtCHICAGO
COMMISSION Within, Rotary ToldBy His Car -

I (\P Moderate been closed banning all hunting
PAT'ILKDSON; that Castro would not take Cuba Adventurism produces d e f e at t James West Mcintosh, was I precipitation dampened the dry and fishing these areas.

I Opposes Sale Durrance told his fellow com- Internal revolution and not into the Communist bloc. In and (conservatism a relaxationof sitting In a local restaurant this I Midwest Tuesday, but barren New York State received

missioners Tuesday. another Bay of Pigs invasion Is [spite of some drastic measures pressure on the enemy. morning enjoying a leisurely New England remained In the some snow flurries along with a

Of Durrance reported on possiblesale the only hope for toppling Fidel Castro had used, Macaulay felt The United has had its breakfast when he noticed a boy grip of Its most prolonged wave of cold air.. Woods In 45
Property of the site admitting he Castro's Communist government -him to be "essentially a liberal adventurism In the hurrying away from his parked drought in history i counties are still closed because
fling at
a former member of democrat sincere bighearted car. of the fire hazard the state's six-
wore hats in
Iachua County should not I making the report Pigs Invasion, Mae a u lay The water shortage In the
Fidel's told the GainesVII I month-long drought has created.
army loquacious. '
one for the West watched the youngster
the Drew property In 1 I county com- feels and now must guard New England areas became
nesville at this time Jack mission and the other for the \) Rotary Club Tuesday. Now Macaulay said he realizes ) against conservatism.A Jump into a late model Chevrolet -more critical. Officials feared Many water and communities are low on
Gainesville Chamber of Com Neill Macaulay University of that Castro is an extreme and drive away. He suspect the supply would be depleted are using emergency
merce Florida graduate student whoIs I opportunist who chose to keep' steadily Increasing pressureon ed the youth had taken some, within weeks. supplies.
the Communist I in
r egl e
At least two persons have a Ford Fellow in history the United States off his back'Cuba must be maintained. thing from Inside his car, but a I Waters receded In north Okla-
,Garbage shown interest In buying the said his military stint In Caatro'a during those early days of over- pathy and material aid shouldbe Sym- quick Inspection showed nothing The situation was different In homa despite light rains. The
army was a short one. throwing Batista's o vernment missing Oklahoma where light rains
property. The It acre tract, g extended to Cuban exiles. I jChikaskla River, which overflowed -
]au Made In cat e d near P. K. Yonge In a spirit of adventure, he and setting up his own. Defection from Castro's regime So West got In and pulledout 'continued after downpours Tuesday and drove
told the Rotarians, he enlisted onto the highway But some- which caused floods In several
School was purchased ten years "Today, Castro appears to be'should be encouraged. scores of families from their
ago for $25,000 for a hospital with Castro's guerilla's In the an absolute ruler complete I y [thing was wrong. He stopped areas. homes, was back In Its banks In
If Paper? siU It was never used, and part 1958 revolution against Batista. without dogma or principles," ment If an Is established anti Castro Cub govern- quickly when his right front Intermittent ruins which began -I most plates. However, both
on a n
Three months after ,,
Castro set 'heelatarted wobbling.
was sold. Macaulay said. "He's unpredict- over the weekend continuedIn Ponca City and Tnnkawa were
up his new government, Ma- able but not irrational or Impulsive soil the United States should This time he checked the out braced for a rise In the Arkansas
The Chamber Is Interested the eastern third of Kansas
O ftrui tyork JTtmra In recognise and assist It ,
the land as possible site caulay a first lieutenant, got I That is one misconception / quickly side of the car and found a hubcap and adjacent Missouri. The River from steady rains.
y ALEXANDER HAMMER for a out of the Cuban Macaulay said. and all his wheel nuts missing.
army. have had.
we Subzero
record and
civic coliseum and has asked I rams eased a autumn temperatures
YORKThe old, ne u- the county not to sell the land Five years ago, Macaulay re Macaulay said Castro appearsto siege of dry, hot weather. heavy snows hit the northern
garbage can, which has yet. lated he was living in Cub a have played upon this mis- GE Plant Site Police are hopeful they will mountains of Arizona again
I a battered from kitchens to, with his family although he Is concept I o n to his advantage. recover the stolen articles with Colder temperatures brought
bag truclu for to manyrs One commission has said the a native of South Carolina anda The efficiency with which Castro !- alas an assist from West who wrote locally heavy snow squalls to
may be In for anotherI land should nt be left idle too graduate of the University of has eliminated potential Cemetery down the youth's license tag most of Michigan the heaviest (;Linn Coing

I of pounding. long but should be sold or usedso Texas. rivals warded off threats from number around Lake Michigan and Lake

it will reappear on the tax "I felt qualified to answer abroad, crushed his d o m estlc The WATERFORD.General Electric N. Y.Co.(AP maintains ) Huron. The snow was expectedin Hack to School
he natlon'a major paper rolL Floods Hit
questions of
visiting Americans enemies and built a seemingly Detroit tonight
|nufacturers recently started a cemetery on its plant
about Castro," Macaulay said indestructible police state Is Ft TORO. Call!. (AP) It's
rive to eliminate the metal site In this village near Troy.
Ielltalllealth "Fidel had always been friendly without parallel In the western Alaska Town cowered back to school for Col. John H.
bag can through the devel- The plot Is not for GE work
toward me. When we first hemisphere. i Glenn, Jr., the first American
ent of large weather proofer Fee met he gave me a big b ear I "Wishful thinking and e m 0- ers, however. It was there SELDOVIA Alaska (AP) ana Tuesday morning Rain. astronaut to orbit the earth
fall parched rural
continued to on
> sacks for refuse collec- ProposedThe when the acquired the
hug. Later he have me 68 acres tionalism have too often de- company Thirty-three homes were flood Glenn checked In at the El
It was the first substantial I
of site, and most of the dead livedIn areas.
Alachua County Commission prime vegetable land. termined our policy toward the Revolutionary War ed Tuesday! night as record high:, precipitation In IndianaIn Tore Marine Air Station Tuesday

successful, the switch could referred to committee Macaulay said he felt sure[Castro," Macaulay said. ;riod. There are about 40 stonemarkers. reoI tides hit this quake-tilted com' more than a month. for a two-week refresher

nabla Increase In sales for Tuesday a suggestion by Dr. I The power to overthrow Castro munity. course In flight training. Purpose
paper producers whiche Edward G. must come from within Seklovla sank 34 feet after Pasture conditions Improved of the course Is to restore
Byrne health director
formed a group called to charge $10 Cuba, Macaulay said. The rec- the March 27 earthquake and''somewhat In Illinois due to his! status as an unrestricted
National Refuse Sack Counto health patients if they can mental afford 'ord of success for exiles is not I Trio to Sing the high tides of this week were weekend rains, pilot.

push the drive. it for his visits following good, and there probably will expected to do minor damage.I The drought continued almost Glenn has been grounded

their return from mental hos- not be another Bay of Pigs Invasion The Harmony Trio with Ed Sandbags had been flown In I[unabated In New England since a bathroom fall earlier
he council feels that houseI pitals. Hannah as pianist will appear from Anchorage. 'where the US. Department of this year Impaired his sense of
I collection of refuse by the Macaulay said Castro appears Sunday at the Ellm Pentecostal I The community of 400 Is a I'Agriculture says Ihe worst pasture balance.
[k method Is only part of the The county's rehabilitation from the advice of a master (of Holiness Church. boardwalk town largely built on conditions In the nation extort : Glenn plans to retire from the

ore. The group believes the program has reduced the rate of revolution) Mao Tse-Tung of The program will begin at[piers. Crop losses are expected to Marine Corps In January to enter -

of Kraft paper sacks for returns to the hospital of patients China. Mao urges his disciplesto 8:30: pm., and the public Is In Tides of 21 feet were expected [reach $20 million. private business. He will

bage collection may grower once released. avoid adventurism reck- vited. The church is located on here today. A 22.4-foot tide, the No drought relief Is sighted In continue working part time for
In the institutional and Followup visits are standard. less, illogical operations against the Archer Road next to the ear's highest Is expected Fri-I Connecticut where the itate'i the National Aeronautics andSpace

istrlal areas, especially restaurants in There has been no charge for superior or_equal enemy forces.! 0-Kay Trailer_Park. ''day __ _____ woodlands and brushlandi have Administration
[pltals, schools, these. -- -- ---

other places where efficlen- Byrne
suggested patients who

roponents and sanitation of are the vital.paper said could Sidney the afford county Martin to pay should, commissioner should do so., Itj< $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $' $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

ks, which are about 31.4 1 feet com-
h and can hold 30 gallons pete with doctors and shouldnot $

garbage, say they are more charge anyone. Those who MURPHY'S APPRECIATION DAY. .
venient, more sanitary lessy can afford It should go to private PHILPOTT :
and generally superior to doctors, he said $

metal garbage can. The pa- "No one snould be denied '
sack which costs about I help because they cannot afford UF Behind I $

IS and Is used for both wet to pay," Martin said.Submit $ _

dry refuse, Is suspended Store.Wire @II Off S'e'

holder's a galvanized self .steel leveling holder.lid Bids Its Needs $ Nl tarPl T raaKTT STOa! i $

Ides a secure cover that $
PS out flies and other In- For New CarTwo i -PhilpoltBy $

s.he America Public Works Tuesday bids for a were new station submitted wa ol F PAM Student ROBINSONU Journalist $ DAY ONLY Thurs. Nov. 19lhWOMEN'S
Delation has tested the ONE -
sys- for
In Amerl- gon Tax Assessor J. Pierce Despite a $60 million expend!,, ,
the last IS year, the .
j cities with different climate Counting trade In, University : EVERYTHING IN THE STORE '
University of Florida has been $ .) : $
Jlitions and reported these,' Chevrolet bid $1,791.54; Shaw unable to keep up financiallywith $ WEARRIGULAR J i" : :_ CAN BE PURCHASED $
from householders: 91
andKeeterbid$2,24J77. its academic needs, UF ON THIS ONE DAY ONLY
\ cent said that the paper The Alachua County Commission Vice $ RIGULAR tosOM
President Harry Philpott toy $
easier to fill thanal / $
's were I appointed a committee to said Tuesday In a speeech to $ LOW OMPRICI LOW
| cans, 71 per cent replied award the contract. the PRICI PRICI paid for
Youl Now In tint
University City Kiwanis IOOS RAYON 29" $ llldf }III" roueHEADSQUARES
they were less noisy, 52 per Club. 7 .. 14 $ J. .
.38 .34 DUSTERS Ev ry< y ChiI"1 tKopping ,. as $
$ 3.98 3.58
reported less odor and 70, "
ConsllilalltReillg The University hopes to get ourrignr 10 ,. off on oil purchase you
Icent less spillage. The ma- $IS million from the next legis ORLOM' Sn ITCH $ rOTS OUILTID $ m,t. .} Murphy during thil'''' day only/ .
the householders said lature. Dr. Philpott said $ KNEE SOX .88 .79 ROBES 2.98 2.68 A.d ememb.r thi! it actually 10/ $

preferred them because Retained "We grew from 4,000 students WOMIN'S IIOIRLOH' Sli. 2 N 12 olf our .."" low .low prlcM that, you

I sacks did not have to be before WWII to 10.000 immediately DUSTERS . 3.98 3.53 $ PANTIES , .. .39 .35 $ ALWAYS find .t Murphy! ahow ,rat $
|ned or scrubbed. The Alachua County Com after" Philpott laid $ WOMIN'S t tow .f tie many senile educe you'11indBLOUSES

mission Tuesday voted to spend "We have 15,701 students today . .. 1.98 1.78 A NYLON Reversible- SI..JACKETS 4 >. t. 3.98 3.58 $ but erwyttdB_ ((0_% Ofll.

Klaiismcn $150 a month to retain DeWitt and expect 20,000 by 1970." $ WOMIN'S Pl,.. '04. Tie EVERYDAY F : I d ._ $
McGee Jacksonville consultanton In mi, $2S million was raised HANDBAGS . 2.90 2.68 'OLTA.'UXI''., 4 f* err $11
Trial city planning and develop- through revenue certificates WOMIN'S $ JACKETS . 5.98 5.38 $

0 on ment. said Philpott. By July $ DRESSES . ... 7.99 7.19 *". t. ee IIOUIAR 10"' ti
McGee Just finished drafting 1. 1965 he said the following WOMIN $ Corduroy LONG IES ,. .99 .89 $ PRICI LOW PRICIG CM
gain in Jax the county's proposed new )land facilities should be completedfrom $

The use plan and revised toning this money; the architecture WOMIN'S' SET 2.98 2.68 NAPKINS . . .32 ..2921.00,290c
iCKSONVILLE!: (AP) and fine
regulations. arts building, anew VINYL JACKETSUDIIJ1 3.98 $ $
rat government sets out loin three story classroom: $ P..k .. 4 cotMiYic

second effort to con- Plastic BABY PANTS 99. .89 BAGS . .
a building, a $260,000 air conditioning -
Permits Red COATS . 15.88 14.29 $ $
four Ku Klux Klansmen of unit in the education $ ..... 12-11 RUSYIR IROWM 100 COUNT 'O.IDLOVABLE $
piring to deprive a Negrohis building, a new student union I ENVELOPES .39 .35
BRAS .. 1.00 .90 POLO SHIRT 1.39 1.25
rights., For Culverts 25( apartments for married students $ $ aiLIIRTi $
a $475,000 addition to the $
ALARM CLOCKS 1.99 1.79
e charge la linked to the dy Culverts MEN'S BOYS' WEAR aiY'J.'J'' iIJ'IH.1"ac: :
placed under county 'engineering building and $KO- ; .
of $ Ol0 1r/C/
the home $
iting Feb. K of
roads without permits may 000 worth of road and parking $
then $ Aftcr-Shav LOTION 1.00 .90
who was
lid I
Godfrey, be left there at owner's risk projects. RIGULAR IBS RI ULAR 10S
only Negro pupil at Lacks the Alachua 1 the LOW OM QPRICI LOW OMPRICI IAN ROLL.OM
County Commission Beginning January remainder $
pa Elementary School. Indicated Tuesday. of the revenue certificate M MIMS PLANNIl PRICI M 4S-PC. MILMAC PRICI DEODORANT .- .74 .67 .$

a house was badly damagedno In discussion without voting money will start the SPORT SHIRTS 23.00 2/2.70 $ DINNERWARE 15.84 14.26 FAMILY IIZITOOTHPASTE
one was hurt. commissioners held the view ball rolling for a research library $ ROYS' PLANNIl I-PC. $ . .74 .67 $

point that if landowners place a chemistry research I SPORT SHIRTS .99 .89 CHAIR SET .. 19.99 17.99 100 TAIIIT IAYII
July a Jury failed to agree pipes or culverts under roads I,building addition more engineering I. MIN $ CLASS DOOR $ ASPIRIN, .. 67 .60 $
erdicts Involving facilities and I $
ac- without permits and county plants WORK PANTS 2.95 2.65 BOOKCASEIWIVIL . .17.77 15.99 PINT Sill
idants. A fifth man was
graders damage the Installations I grounds expansion, animal storage ROYS- V $ Rubbing ALCOHOL .. .. .24 .22
ed. facilities for the medical ,
e defendants are Robert owners may have to bear I center, and a blolo.icalscltnc- I $ SWEAT SHIRTS. .99 .89 CHAIRS '" 19.95 17.95 ; WOODLAWM welTiNg PAPIR b $
the loss. MIMS TII'll CHICK PLAY>ORM .19 .17
lan Gentry, Barton H. Crif- Two landowners have filed es unit. J SWEATERS ,. 5.98 5.J8 $ ROCKER 19.95 17.95 J
Donald Eugene Spegal and "We will talk to the n.xt' $ CHAIN'
claims with the to bear
county ROYS' 1-PC.
< Eugene Wilson. total of $700 to pay for damage :legislative session about a music SKI PAJAMAS 1.98 1.78 $ SET 24.88 22.59 $ DOOR GUARD .49 .44 SS
of. building, a graduate and International -
lliam Rosecrans
Sterling caused by graders. Com $ MIMS PUMAMft ALUMINUM WATIRLI1S MISHIT.
center, addition
non, Ind.. pleaded guilty to| an SET 9.88 8.89 KISSES .61 .60
missioners did not divide whether I to Dan McCarty Hall a I TIES 1.00 .90 COOKWARE
g $
and U serving
ar charges
not to the claims
pay 1
I" human growth and develop $ $
1 years in federal prison.
_ admitted rigging and detoH said Roy if Miller landowners, county would engineer get 'twit center extrnmnn of. utilities I M U. P H ,y' lOW N QUALITY BRANDS .
1 I a t-U-stnry high rue
g the bomb. permits, they would he told I dorm and law school $ $
the defendants' ejpan- IIGULAt 96% IIOUUR 10"' RIOW.AR its
petition by I
H how deep to place their pipesor lIOn Including living and dinIng LOW OMPRICI $ LOW OM $ LOW OM
ng access to FBI reports on| rest PRICIMIN'S '1 lei
culverts to avoid damage I facilities. he said PRICI P01C1r-s
*ctiv* Jurors was denied .j I i.jI $ TRIPtt CHICKANTIFREEZE. Jm MIN'I PILMAMft riirii CHICKS

" 11,. I I I . 1.51 .41 S PAJAMAS 2.98 2.68 .$ ELEC. BLANKET 8.88 7.99
Birth Control Seminar MIN'S PHHAMt TIIHI C..ICI-U.. $
;rid Concert' AUTO CHICK S BOXER SHORTS .. .69 .62 C BED SHEETS 1.79 1.61
Scheduled in Orlando TEE 1.41 BED
aletl Nov. :20 v, SWEATERS 5.98 -.? $ MINT PfLHAMRl $ TIIHI CHICK-II."

football concert" featuring<< Florida's first birth coot r.1 1 Y. C. program and chiM-spc $ ROYS' Pig MulCH 1 THERMAL Drovers 1.79 1.61 BED SHEETS 1.89 1.70 $
CHICK I til 01
University of Florida'sng seminar will be held in Orlando ng programs In South Carolina JEANS 1.98 1.78 $ PILHAM $ TIIHI -
THERMAL Shirts 1.79 1.61 BED SHEETS 2.09 1.83
eaten and FSL"s Cot his Friday for physicians and Virginia Maryland, and New CAIOLI JOANNISOCKS $
$ .. .
P k l J
Triofe c'' M" Taint -
ri will be presented at I public/ health and welfare personnel York. 3pr./1.15,3pr./1.03 $ Birdseye tA7rRl 1.97 1.71 $ PILLOW CASES .92 .83
from New The
Speakers concede
Nor, 20 in Florida State'sran program :
Auditorium The eve York. North Carolina Stitfc'Carolina. with a panel en child sparing $
FSU u of f football Virginia and Mary. services IB Florida 'by Or Edward 1.66 $ NYLONS .2 ./1,182/1.69 g "TTEDSHUT 2.09 1.88

land will prewnt diKiMsiona. C. Byrne, director of the( $
'cted 'by Coy B. Webb ofjI The session li sponsored 'by Uachua County Health Depart- $ C. MURPHY CO. First Quality Alvrayf

I"I f and FSU's Bamaa E I the State Board of Healtb and mess; Carolyn H"UIM, nursing
whO alterenrh he Planned Parenthood World supervisor, HiftoboreiikCounty STORE HOUIS $
the 6th St. UniY. A
school's program choral group Population and will Include !fee Health Department Dr. $ vo. M.*. ,fcmTfc.n.9JOuV_ "t. ,:JO l. 5l. Till ( ,

a xnbine grand and final M voice TVs they w*I,feHowmg international topics denlopments: national a a to 4 Coy clan U and Lay gynecofctlst Lakeland! ;bstetrW and J. $,$ $ .$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

a football umber which methods of cnntracrptlna. a,Hal Suffinis. Tampa tear*

tee eight songs fnm both Cithotx hospital's" rhythm clla..c. chairman of the Ftarida State

'la. the MecUenberg Csuaty, (Department & tl Welfare.


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I SEE By II-, Bridge- AUf.;: II oft+V ll'7'J106I S2AKJ8S

t The freak deal shown today sometimes doubled. In VI r ;y WEST (D) EAST

Ii. was played in a Women's Pair few cases was It defeated because + AQ10543 .2

event. East was not quit 1 the defense must be precise. -., AQ3 VKII742.

strong enough to ree o n d toWest' I + + 103
: p At the second or third I

.the SUN opening bid of one I trick West must give her partner .Q742 4..71085SOUTH

spade and South contented her. a spade overruff.

II II self with a Jump to three dia + KJ9ltAKQJt74
In this East's failure to
nil S1 faulty brakat, till no ." ..,.' and, 133 David' R. Oovm H 0 m I monds. This hardly did full i case .3
..., 110Idno loll, atlomptlng' to _..... DlTrum.n / support spades suggested a
c. Larrlck 730 NR PIP, Avl .tl|. O. tear........... 1114 W. UnU Justice to the great pityingstrength shortage In the suit, so Wes
vad Hop, slay, ,\0. Cobol A. Pew ,, .... + -
son but she
ran nd light, III. M'd"HI of her hand
oW NI 13rd Blvd nol"y muHlor' : led the She
I T. Stack nag II till Avo. spade ace. was
Mr and .. Chiymng W. Ivan, tool NW COW 'ng, 110. Garold was presumably discouraged by Both sides' were vulnerbal
w. Raid 3131 NW III!
.... m0110r 0101411.5' 55. Jswph .. St., ran nd 4T disappointed to find a singleton
light "10. '11. I Oriy. The
820 NW ; ..,.r, M Nl Ird It. nolty, multlor, 201 IW 17th ,,., driving wtillo mtonlcold the spade bid on her left. in dummy and shifted to the
and Mrs. ,.. .....'d Oalloway I02S NW 7th Ass. liso.Illam, f North should certainly have, West North East South
131.William heart ace. At this point East
Box 29A M. Hand" ",. l. drunk, us riving ....11.J. Intcnkatad Lind.." 411, UN If"and lit IrIs tf .. x raised the three-diamond bid st I l d aUc 1 Pass Pass 3 *
highly ra m
,. produced a
"nk M. Hall J 1324 NW llth SI. M
"'I Hernia tuipmdad. thno rnontha. J least to four diamonds and perhaps Pass Pass 3V 4 .
lircrnv 1100 DanM W, O'ConnHI
C. May, XI II Hit It, driving whlliilmlcatid : signal: She dropped the heart
Mrs. Pe IW lit A... Illmal' parking, 11 '. 1150 and d,'.. -. IKmig tat- to game. This would have 4V 5. Pass Pass
( J. OI.'d_ Rt. L Mocking/ 1004.4 thru king under her partner's ace.
month lildoro' M MorMI
D. Vause, ,. 17 SO. Dspsdlnq .lanlpllcn JOt NW INN II..., kept East out of the auction, D'ble Pass Pass Pass
ChrNloplow T. Wormwood II Fratiml,. Both East and West could I
lit ,
R I h and five diamonds would have West led the ace of spades.
othy e Row, noliy multlar, 110. Arthur I. .
Jm a McMillan, 1523 Nl Ird Avl from the bidding tha t
Hammock ., *71 NW lISP flaw, ipwdlng. ..,.,... driving, 12]. Th_,* A. Mldlinon been made. Without a heart t,
J.k D, /'own 1355 "h ASS. rot ., 702 NW Hit It ran nd light. the defense South could not hold more than would lose at most the twd
via Sparrow light, 110. e. Caowrimllh/ 401 NW bid from East winning
10. Charllp' O'Nail, L.c.. ... rm rod
It, dlK>h.y.4 Met ilgn, 110 William. ighl lit Posits I. one heart. West therefore cor- major-suit aces. When East
Larry ( 1 "n'.., 111 NW :Mttl ....., ._,... 111 Road, canloit Pago driving.1130 III.Marlon IV'illliton J would be almost impossible East's heart
rectly Interpreted had been able
Pons Mary William Bunk J,.. Kl NW Ito AVI P. Rain, Nowborry. carilau. w to find. not to bid hearts
''''''''', IIS. baud Oultlar' lf.l NW riving' IIS. David A. Malay MIl MurphrM king as a suit preference signal South often made 12 tricks after
Crane Bert A..., driving wrong way en a ... Hall ran rM light, 110. Conrad As it was, East-West
oy It., tlO. fklrU. '_.,104 NW Stn H. Railing IPOS NW SOP A..... drivingwhllo CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER their heart fit and pushed calling for a high-ranking suit. a club lead or the spadeace
son, ., lowdlng, ",. Irk M. ..IIdt,.... Ills llcmM o>plnd. '20. H.,.., Roundroa. She shifted back to spades and lead and
Patterson, 2nd .... ipardlng' SIOOmrga Rt V carauna, "driving' 121 Ronnw South to five diamonds. West's a club shift.
W Ooliy J,., 705 N. Nell K. Whit/ East made the rick I
4104 NW IMP H? spaaa Memorial setting : East-West pairs persevered to
atrice ; ''n.. .... Dun J. Bouli' 1113 IW h' ng, 110lavirly. to Kennedy double was based on her two
.... ran rod light, us. Mlclwl' J. Da- I. 511770 NW JWn Avo with the diamond ten. five hearts got good scores forgoing
Zelda ; ., ., Alachua., ran rad light |to. larl ,.n rdldp./ git: lugan. D Ronnbarg.r. aces and the assumption sometimes
M. ; H4w.11. H..'........ caralHi' driving, Mlcmopy, caralan, driving, US Cal ill-founded, that a pair With any other defense South down two doubled.
David B. Roobln, 1771 MurphrH, sops W. -
RuiMII.. M3: Murphral Mall dlohoyM Over WUFTTV"An - -- -
Simpson, ; ,... SIN itop lit Mkhail L. Oat,,- Friday that stops In a part-score can
Joo'' T. roniy, 1734 NW IMh A.. lull, 2I2 a.'y'ih; Drlvi, lnMyP Mop I
gram, ; ....11''.., |IO. lOrry J. Brunmn, Themes .' ng. not make a game.
Stlegel, III. G. drunk 130 Tlmnai" I. ".Vn.. 't':loll llmmont, 71* NW Ind If, m Essay on _Death," Namotivation. Five diamonds was the contract TONIGHT IS
Archor Roar), ran ml light HO Iw wild dI_', lie...... no. MarvM L
_.,....'1., 701 NW llth A.... Illrgil 30.1.1' '". 513 NW 14111 _,,,, tional Educational Television'memorial I I "To make such an ephemeral at many tables and was
Eva '1", U 55. CO.rlb' Imlih, ill Nw'lllh Placamprnpir to President John T. object television
Him I. Dmny, "5111 Nl 4lh It Illrgillng "...1.... 110. Roborl L. Smith, as a program
Jessie .. ",. H.,... I. McCorvay 1811 402 NW Ird ...... driving on lilt wrong Kennedy will be telecast Friday I of this kind studded with Its Global Table
I ill Ava, Illspolurn., Ill Owl C Mo, US Waldon' O. ,
Jr. PIP NEpaviongar
and baby ,....., 0.,.,. H It. lallun to ylald limit, III.Robin night at f o'clock on WUFT-TV,. bursts of light and evocative I
clair and ".' of way" IM 0<10... R. RoMnionI04 M, 111"' _. 1011 NW sliP It Channel symbols l of WINNIPEG (APLeslie)
NW nth A..., ran nd tight 110 11.0.Our, / ,. 110. Rogor L. Truboy S03 persistent beauty Ward, a Winnipeg transit system "Sneak Preview"Night
Fowler, ( ,.... C. Rahitar. U IW Ird ....., Clri. NW Hit Lam, Illagal palling, no lie Theatrical stars Christopher seem appropriate for a man like -
,... driving, US ly I. Turman Ltd II 4th SI. dlMbavrd driver, Is making a tabletop
boy Lores Richard' J. Milhor' 14 ",...,.lIy Rm, lop .... 110., Larry f>. Wolton, 71M 'lummer, Helen Gahagan Douglas .. him. Our memorial has been a with wood from all over the and
ertson and ,.,.,''''. of motor pcootar paiiangrr llm turn. Mill vloiotipn" pf motor tcootorKmnitli and Morris
110. Arthur. H. ".lIom. 1404 Nl llll p1,11nea IIm1r .110. Carnovsky an I labor of life."President. world. Ward estimates the table
Locklear ..., 'Illrgal/ P. w'ootm. II "h Tar, the
turn 110 Jnili M. Clrvor, ISIS narrators. Kay wrote the I
NW tha I. Hormby 1141. NR lom Orlvl, ua, ._Ing. "10. John 0 Moral Dll orginal musical score. epitome of the youthful thrust. wood. He has 350
now pieces
..., SW 2nd ,...
Emlla backing S2S Mlchall P turn. Avo car bsl dI. SIS. The- The his
IW 4th ....., "Illagal turn, 110.. Jolt moo H. Maran ITU IW 14th Ava., ran story concerns boy 1 So in the world of nature is a representing 218 different trees '
arte McLaod, latVt Hiwthomo Road, .rd light, ".. W. D. Jordan. sll Nluh father and a Labrador rerlever "
140) Wllhilmlni' .. V....., 1140 no valid'' ., *. Heanio, 020W ; flower a bird or a little boy. from 20 countries.
Johnson alb Pllci' drunk 110. IIJ"Io. Jelly, High: I p r I n g i. and the trio's weekend
Arthur O. Ickitaln, :MW Archir Need. in .... light, no. Dilbirt' L. Jornlgmlachui. hike In the Vermont ANYTHING
POLICE an nd light, OIL. Ihlrlay w Ounlap.' 214- "' ......,ng. '71. John P. Or.tWrMr country CAN
Cary. VII''.... spsodlmq' "0. Goo,.. II 1721 NW 4lh Avl.. lllMll turn. side. The father Is played b Y
...... 777 51 01. Ava. r0 rod 111h1. SIO Oscar L, Oorrlon Mil NW llnrjTir HAPPEN
Involved ". I10ry Drl,0105.. III. 1. S0.IIM. tlO ., rm rM light nolarnnl TV actor James Broderlck and AND
.. H. ruled ...,k., rm rod light. Illli 2301 NI 7th Plan, diiDhiyM the boy by Allen Markey ol ft 1 I
ed by the itnat m.,_.", 110 Judy I. Du USUALLY
Pull Hill lit I, Mlllng .b..r during' vol. boll not |W laps Tar, wooing, no' Manchester Center Vt., when
partment hourf, '101. D..,. H, Llvlm' t fro' Cary Darby 1311 II Ind Ava. np valid Jk 505 455 DOES I
ty Sheriff's Row, Illlurg to yliut" rIgs' ol dI..,'. lie..... 190. I.....'. M Culpap- the story was filmed. 1
'V. ",. Maria C. Donitolll IMI W. par Jr Pie NW Hit Avl.. Imprapor tag Interwoven into the Lunch II :30 aims to 2:05 p.m.Dlnntr .
past 24 .... ....., dHobnvH llnp llgn, /". HO. Wllllg Card ",. I, tarilail, drlvng story ar
4 30
>. ISO a collection of : p m. to 8.05: p.m.
David' f BMdow, tell NW 7th Tot 1 meaningful -
Michael ..., turn, 110 Hlrbirl I. FMIotf KM J.. Caihoun' in || urn A..., taro Lunch & Dmntr, SpcloltSirvtd
21st Ave. ( ) : 4th A.. rm rod light 110. "...Id ail driving 12], All,,, K 3443 But the only voices heard Evtry Day
Walton, Trenlon ".., aliaMyrd' Hop. NW lit Court, ipMdlng, 111 = 0hl .I III. throughout the t 0 t, e i
aim today '.., .... Idword J. Rlrkir" 1241 NW Mtn < ,.v.. 1771 IW ISth AVI program, except *
.,, rin ml light, no. willlim Imltl, 10, ..... D. Irlckwn' 124 IW 10thnd for a few lines spoken by the '
15th Ter.Larry .
Ml NW St.. roo light' noiayi M .lId dr10 Sugar
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? parking u .,'. .... .. boy art those of the three nar
Richard' TlrM lilt NW Illh It, rir. II' W. Allly' L. .m.. 303IIW ''
light, 110 lltphm C. Whitlow, 'M 11th St.. ran 0104 NgOP 530.IaM ators. supplies !
St. and a lam ... ran rod light, 110. V.,,,,, -- 00s.st Wll/is/ L. J..k_. 700 -Bc
Tyler' IS SI p.m. ..,. I. Mirtln 734: I. Unlvlrtlty' AVI Johnny .. Polo' Wait M''."'.,. I 'A
of NW 2nd ..., parking/ IS C., drunk. US or II davl. Ipancor M program about death prepared
Torry M. T....... 1001 NW llh N. Oardnor Rt 4, driving' while HeJlpondld .... as a memorial to our
Darby A. u .' Ooera. Wrh1 I Jr, 40 dayl.lamuil .
Ter. and IIm 't :. 41.1. Ll. 520. G.er1..: Willi.", .. 711 NW Tin I A.. late President may strike some
lugoi, IN NW Ird A..., ending' liordorly' conduct 10 dayl and 111 ar a GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
as strange doing. But there
777 NW : .. Condlo I. l...,., 1SU Nl tin II 10 daa Lwlse WlllIS. Idol II 141 II..
.. US Rogir A., Arthur,. IMIltntle. ?. d"'._, 573 or 10 d.ylel.ryl7' COeeaS1d are those who feel that to affirm AIR CONDITIONED FREE PARKING
Tuesday at rin nd light, noIddll ..._, til or lo d.yi. LroyWlllltml Feel BANQUET FACILITIES
15th St.Virginia. Birton, 701 NW 10th II.,' dlur. ;i] NW Ind It, drunk, lID liCe Is to acknowledge Its cessation
cgnduct 12!. Chirloi, I. Oanl IU3 or 11 .." .. imd .. Invdtr, 111 NW 32ndAVI and this has been
A Ito .... ran nd light, ill. Jot ., drunk. 140 or M d.... _our
w Coitailo 1237 IW tnd ......, II. '.,,, J. Iplko I.... Hill "... u ._ --------0--- -"c=--== .
6th St and turn, '10. Johnnlo, C, Imyird M3 drunk. Ill or ig dovt. JKHM Imolii. .
SE 20th Ter. llh Tir, pitty ,."..V, 1)00WIIIH 7M: IW SrI It., dun 111 or II <.v', .
: J. ..u.d..., 1231: II Illh T.,.. If..... Provltl IW IW 4lh ".... dl..
day at NW '...' parking' two charm I, 110. Rob- Chirglng, llrtirmi In thl city' llmlll IM
L. '._.r, 1011 Hum. Hall II....' .. It day.JIves .
Ave. 'k''.., IS JOH R. III...., I3t: NW McNoll 134 NW Ind .... drunkWt .
II.... Illigal oarklng' u Ronald, A or II doyt. Krlllln M. Pottlt, 1011
..., 717 Tolbirl, Hall, driving In .W 1414 Tlr5 blrOCkl" 'u"le. 55 Of 2
At S.58 p. '. .,.., uLorov 4005. All.e P.715045, Hu",. HIIIblosSing .... .. .... .... ...
C... Mclnnntlj, druw12.4.m1 triftli, 19 or I ..,.. Corit.ll I Ik 5.Oros. ,
fire In the ,.",,. 107. NW JUt Rla' ,.. '"00.1 1101 IW im II.... lllogal parkingChargnl '
Ave.Hgnrd ,.',., II Roy W. Allman, SIP IW U Itwo 17 or I Caps.Ph11111 .
versity .. blocking' traffic 17 M. Ronild I L. last 101 NW iifh .... Mca do-
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aid, A. Doom M4 Murphraa Moll, Illagol -
Judl' w. 53Ian I Raclrnm, 41 MurpVrM 41111 parking two ch.,...), U ar 1 davi
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right of .'V. to rllfraud, Ill. "."" .n'. Hoff parking' lift or 1 dayn driving' In araitrklid
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THE f fflinny I L CIFC 1 t

Ruth Weimer, Women's Editor F.HY'

I Calendar Of Events j

TODAY, November gue, 1 KI6 NE Fifth Street; ri1- t
Antique Fair and Sale, 10 9.45 a m, Cloriosa, Mrs.
am. to 9 p.m., University J. Bartlett Hydorn, 2715 SW
Medical Guild, Old Margaret 8th Drive.
Ann Store, 107 NE: First Golden Age Club, Noon,
Street. Recreation Center, Thanksgiving :
Gainesville Bridge Club, dinner.
7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn. Physical Fitness Program,
Gainesville Philharmonic VI, 7:30: p.m., Recreation
Society, 8 p.m., Miss Eleanor Center -?
Smith, 725 NE Second Street., 10 a.m., Gladiolus, Mrs ;
Haven M. Perkins, 902 NW
THURSD\Y, November 19
36th Terrace. \
VFW Ladles I ,
12 noon,*Dianthus, Execu-
., VFW-Post Home,
8pm Waldo Road, election. tive Room,Holiday Inn;
1:30: p.m., Camellia, Mrs. f
Decorations andInSpiratiDlII"
"Holiday J. H. Simons, 1122 SW 11th
Flower Show : !
Avenue; Founders, Mrs. Alice -
Judges Council, 10:30: 1.m. to
Fp.m, Holiday Inn, Open to 13th Street Clapp Brown, 321 SW

public. 2.30 p.m.;, Amaryllis Mrs.E. .

::Gainesville Library Advls- D. Wynn, 515 NE: 9th Ave- -.. .-yo ..-_---...,. ,--..._-....+.Twna-
pry Board, 130: p.m., Gainesville nue;
Public Library. Soil Conservation Wives Over 800 attended the first day of the University hoetesa, Mr*. Wayne Hill.
:Gainesville Chapter 44, Club Coffee, 10 a.m.; Mrs D. Medical Guild's) Antique Fair and Salt Wed- fit for the Cuild'a work
DES!: I p.m., Masonic Ternpie. E. Alcorn, NW 36th Drive. nesday at the old Margaret Ann Stort. Among the lllllis Miller Health ('.
3 p.m., Azalea. Mrs. De- browsers and buyers were left to right, Mrs George 9 p.m Tickets may be
:league of Women Voters, Witt Jones 545 NE: Tenth Hunter, Mrs Salllt King,,Madison, N. J, and her Guild members. I
8p.m.., Mrs. Louis Cohen, Avenue; Lotus, Mrs. C. I.
1250 NW 61st Terrace, Orientation Hood, 4025 SW 18th Street; I
Coffee., 4 p.m., Mimosa, Holiday AAUW Dinner Young :
Gainesville Junior Woman'lClub Inn ,
? ;
Benefit Bridge Crazy 8 p.m., Carnation Mrs.
Hat Party, 8 I.m.. Gamesflle Slate
Kendall Johnson, 3751 NW
\ Woman's Clubhouse. 23rd Avenue; Jasmine, Mrs. Panel/ I
,Gainesville Little Theater R. W. Martin, 705 NW 40th Discussion'A Mrs Guy D. Smith, officerof I ly
production "The Ugly Amer- Terrace; Hydrangea, Mrs. the local' Salvation Army,
lean", I.30 p.m., Little Thoa- George Fritz, 218 NW 12th dinner meeting com blned was guest speaker for ttit new
fir, 4039 NW 16th Boulevard. Terrace; Geranium, Mrs. R.
with I panel discussion will
:Girl Scout Prairie Neighborhood !- L. Stanley, 816 NW 9th .Avenue -highlight the November meeting
Meeting 10 am., .
of the American Association of
Girl Scout Office, 110 NW
UP Faculty Club buffet
University Women Friday at 7
tlh Street. dinner, 8 to ( p.m., Club In the Hotel Thomas. I (
1:Gainesville. Garden Club, House, West Newberry Road. p.m.
.CO des: FRIDAY, November 19 Serving as moderator for the
I:30 a.m., Begonia, Mrs. C. Gainesville LIttle Theater panel discussion on the t o p I c,
to James, 1104 SW 7th Avenue production "The Ugly American" "Changing Attitudes and Values : i
In America ," will be Dr. NotesBy
: Chrysanthemum, Mrs. 8.30 p.m.; Little Theater Today
D.': T. Sills, 621 Boulevard C.! Lee Eggert.Dr. >
; 4039 NW 16th Boulevard.
Daisy, Mrs. H. E. Bedell, Gainesville Bridge Club, Eggert, professor of administration JOHN E. CRAPS I.
1520 NW 10th Avenue; Day. 9am., Holiday Inn. and education at Mrs J. A. Wethington Jr. and
lily Mrs. Henry Graham, Gainesville Association of the University of Florida, has Mrs. J. W.Hoover were the first
1922 SW 8th Drive, Gardenia, Insurance Agents, 12:15: p.m., been a member of the Collegeof place winners In the Galnesvllli,
Mrs. Davies, 2216 NW 4th Holiday Inn.Gainesville. Education faculty since 1948. Bridge Club's annual championship -.
Place Hibiscus, Mrs. Char He has written many articles (
; Woman's Club, event for open pairs o r I
les Shaffer, 342S NW tth Ave Bridge Party, 1:30: p.m. Club and research books and co-. Monday evening at the Recrea )
nue; Palm, Mrs. James Mi- house. authored "Framework for Family Ion Center, with a score of 171 I,
lam, 4104 NW 13th Place Life Education and ChangIng I :
; American Association of match points There wen I
Rose. Mrs. R. Lee MontiThere's University Women Dinner, 7 \ Human Behavior Dr. C. Lee Eggert twelve and one half tables I Ir I
pm., Hotel Thomas. Panel Panel members will Include the competition and the iveragi t \
discussion following with Dr. Robert M. Temple Jr., pastor of Mrs. Clyde I. Wheeler, Mrs. score was 143. Shop-4 1.49't
\ I C. Lee Eggert, guest moderator the Trinity Methodist' C h u rch, Robert Wlegman, Mrs. Ruth Dr. and Mrs E. R. Woodwarwere d I : :
: -'t Dr. John R. Stiefel, Instructorin Zldenberg and Miss I Anita the closest possible see
t I SATURDAY, November Zl the Department of Psychiatry Dahlke. ond place finishers with 170. ,
Gainesville Little Theater at the University of Florida I Other winners Included Mrs. f
.. '" production, "The Ugly Amer and Robert H. Hargrave, Alachua !- Melrose ChurchWomen'Slqte U E, Grlnter and Mrs H. L,
::::? ican", 8.30 p.m., Little Theater County vocational agriculture Gray,with IM'-i, E. E. Phillips -.
4039 NW 16th Boulevard.Church. teacher who Is president of the I and P. D. Goldhagen with
Alachua County Classroom I 185, Dr. and Mrs. J. R, Ander-:
PICTURE YOURSELF Teachers Association. Annual Bazaar ton with HJH, and Mrs T. H
ON A ( Discussion will center about Hull and Mrs. M. H. DePm;
the changing t attitudes and MELROSE-Women: of the with 161The'club
\values relative to the panelists' Melrose Trinity Episcopal l I I will hold its nee t
particular fields of religion, psychiatry Church have slated their annual lame at 7:30: this evening at thi I II
{MI CirclesTODAY and education. I bazaar for Thursday at 9:30 a m. Recreation Center, Visitors an I
for the '
Hostess committee Mrs. C C. Marion la chair- welcome
much to do In the Carlb. dinner Includes Mrs. Sally Belk-\
for the event.Luncheon
bean.don't be bothered with time- November 18 nap, Mrs. L. Paul Elliott,
wanting dciaili.! Let ui arrange St Patrick's Church Mrs. J. Robert Karp, Mrs. Vera Is scheduled for 11
your tour, get your tickets, make 8 p.m., SL Joan's Circle, Jenkins Mrs. Stanley l K. a m. and the price la $1.23.
your mrrvaiiont.. We'll even Mrs. George Truchano, 1309 Laughlin, Mrs. Jack Moore,Mrs. The bazaar will feature baked
remind you tobringyourumeralWorld I Il5 NW 4th Street.THURSDAY J. Gordon Smith, Mrs. ArthurW. goods, band knit sweaters,!
,November 19 Thompson, Mrs George F. Christmas gifts and a w II II.elephant 1iI
St. Patrick's Church Tubb, Mrs Mildred Wenninger sale.
8 p.m., St. Theresa's CIrcle -
Mrs. David Sincere, 3632
Travel NW 41st Lane. LAST 3 DAYSI!
Melrose Eiplcopal; Churcl h PECIAL

Service Women, Bazaar, t:30 a.m., THUR.FRI.SAToNOY
Luncheon. 11 a m. to 1 p.m.,
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I sat or stood In his study and\Keaton to Make

I Recordings of Churchill's Great Oratory Going on. Sale would some declaimed of listen the his speeches earlier to recording words.he made He of Railroad Film

over the British Broadcast log HALIFAX (API) Hollywood
.. Jfr flork fttmM II will be placed on tale In a disks are being issued where-]salient utterances in the years shorthand and printed but not til 1941 that Sir Winston, out of Corp., then read the printed but silent star Buster Keaton hat
m from the end of World War Ito recorded in sound since the I the office of prime minister,
$100, 12-record set on Sir Winston ever English Is spoken unrecorded speeches and work arrived here to start making a
By HARRY GILROY 'i 90th birthday Nov 30. Hugh Mendl of the Decca' the aftermath of World War rules of Parliament forbid such II"and with more time at his dis- Corp., then read the printed but transcontinental two-reeler for
NEW YORK Historic re o The resonant, measured,' Company, Ltd., of London,:H recording I posal as opposition leader, be- mood. the National Film Board tentatively -
eordln,. by Sir Winston Churchillian words rolled across and Anthony Montague Browne Some of the moat importantof Many people' believe Mendll gan to take Chartwell.the speeches In Jill titled "Rall.mader."
Churchill that have never been a ballroom of the overseas press private secretary to Sir Winston Churchill's words were delivered .'observed, that they have heard home at The 68 yearold comic will
heard In public ai well as the club recently before an audl!disclosed that the hitherto un- In the House of Commons, these famous speeches because Sometimes he propped himself Norwegians are probably the travel coast to coast on a gas-
famous broadcast that stiffened ence of record dealers and I performed records came from a''sometimes in secret sessions they read them and had In their comfortably In bed and de- worlds champion cheese consumers powered railway "speeder" for
the spine of the English- journalists at a preview stagedby "private project of the British.during World War IL T b sic inner ear the organ tones of the livered the oration into the microphone They eat nearly X II the silent documentary in col-

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I Junket by Congressional Staff Members liaises Some Eyebrows ations and government procurement -

, The tour, from Nov. I to Nov.
24, Includes air bases in Canada
t WASHINGTON (AP) Two I connection with military mat lee Bow said "It will be Interesting congressmen and staff members the names of those on It aftei r and In hotels here not the Air Force said. ,the Aleutians Japan,Korea,
I Republican congressmen baver ten. when the, Defense De- when they serve a useful'Capitol Hill\ sources had mad e ble, the Air Force said. Committees represented In Okinawa. Formosa Hong Kong.
,. questioned the propriety of a It-. 'This' kind of operation seems partment's budget comes in purpose. the trip known.Acknowledging. are being transported In a chide the Senate subcommlttnon I Manila, Guam, Wake Island and
, day tour 10 congressional committee : to run counter: to (Secretary of next year to find the cost of and But of this trip, Bray Slid "I that H Is footIng tary version of the Constitutional Rights, the!Hawaii
I Air Force stiffen bases are In the making Pacific of Defense Robert S.) McNanvira's the reasons" for a trip of this can't see any Justification for It the bin,the Air Force said li't tlon, a four-engine tour"r House Pout Office and CM!I
. pledge to reduce spending kind. and I think it's one of the expenses has not calculated the cost.The driven craft Service Committee, and UK!
, at taxpayers' expense. In the Defense Department," Rep. William G. Bray of Indiana that could be cut down"The congressional staffers -. "General orientation and Senate subcommittee on Inve. The male ostrich Incubates
. Some of the staffers on the said Rep.Frank T Bow of Ohio. a member of the Home Air Force furnished The 1 no Congress members are making Iliarkatkm" with military tigatlons. the number eggs of, not females the female.lay their A
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U.S. Bishops OutBy Sid Martin to Discuss

I Speak Mental Health on TV

BENNET M BOLTON. ration;relieving world hunger At this current third session spoke Oct. 20'during debate on County Commissioner Sidney specially a designed ralnlat are

Na VATICAN CITY (AP) The and the right of governments to they moved Into the spotlight. the council's modern world Martin, is a guest on tonight's kitchen. ,
Roman Catholic bishops of the have defensive nuclear arms. Cardinals Richard CUshing oC problems schema, and asked 9 o'clock edition of "Midweek"over The University's Chief plant

United States came Into their The five cardinals 'and 285 Boston, Albert-Meyer.ot Chicago that the document. not beweakened WUFT TV, Channel S. Pathologist Dr. Carter P. Sty
own at the almost-finished third archbishops and bishops of the and Joseph Ritter of St. : Martin, who will be interviewedby mour discusses poisonous plants

session of the Vatican Ecumenical United States make up the second -Louis all arose Sept 23 to voice On Nov. '17, the New York host AI Motfett, discusses which can grow around your
Council, largest national hierarchy a plea for freedom of conscienceIn cardinal urged the council to the'functions of the Alachua bouse: He'll show samples of U

leading the de- in Roman Catholicism, exceeded every man In following the declare Itself In favor of public Mental Health Association. or 12 specimens of the most

bate on several only by Italy's 430: prelates. religion he believes. I funds for religious schools, say- For the talent portion of the common species

major topics 1 AnalysUiV They represent 44 million Catholics For Cardinal CUshing It was a Ing, "Justice and equity de- hour long, variety program, "Midweek"' concludes with an
reflect i n g What The almost equal to the entire Interview with Dr. Ann Brom,
mand that of
rare appearance before the a proper portion" Ruth Ann Helwlg acts out a
traditionalAmerican I News) population of Italy. council's microphones."The public funds ,be given to religious pseudo comic skit and The ley, Director of the Psychology
: \ At the Initial council sessionin Department at Sunland Train-
j val1ta
1 \ Iue. Villagers return with another
church become the
M must
.. 1962 they were largely listeners Ing Center. Hostess Billie Hen-
champion of religious freedom,'" The American bishops were folk song favorite.
American pre-_- and followers. Critics suggested ry chats with Dr. Bromley
the cardinal insisted silent during council debate ofthe'church's
Isles have spoken. out in St they might, go down In 69-year-old Journalism professor at the about the Center's responsibility -
Minnesota Scnalor-to-Bc Peter's Basilica more than 30 ,history as "the silent church" if In his booming Latin with Bostonian position on birth University of Florida, Buddy to Its ultimate purpose.
overtones. He won a control and marital love, where
Davis, demonstrates how to set
times since September to they remained on the sidelines.
urge ,
burst of several Europeans and the Mon-
applause despite council
the second session! in 1963 up modern camping equipment.
council stands such
Walter 11,. Mondala Minnesota attorney general, :strong on rules against It. treal Cardinal Paul Emile leg- New Capital.
matters as' religious liberty; they began to emerge with self- He'll pitch a tent, set up a custom
smiles over a whispered remark from Cov. Karl racial equality forthright confidence and sign up on the Cardinal Meyer said "nothing er pressed for a reexaminationof made folding table and a Police CMerWASHINGTON
; '
Rolvaag, who appointed him late Tuesday to the seat clearance ofJews from speaking list to present their else done at the council will traditional church restric-
held by Sen. Hubert Humphrey, when the latter have much Importance" If the tions.
often in the oi
blame In the name
special viewpoints
any ( (AP) The
to the vice The Americans pressed for Musical Houses
moves up presidency. declaration on religious freedom
all of the U.S. bishops
Crucifixion; church-state sepa- many or nation's capital Is getting a new
(Ali WIrtphMa te the fun) I of conscience failed to win approvaL all-out condemnation of racial .
Cardinal Ritter stressed discrimination when the modern RUMSEY, Ky. (AP) It police chief.
"the interior, natural,. native world schema arrived at a discussion sounded more like horse trading He Is Deputy Chief John B.

right" of every person to his of human dignity. than house trading but- Layton, 52, who"will succeed
the Kremlin
I 2 Camps' religious beliefs. Archbishop was applauded O'Boyle of in WashIngton the- I Lloyd Vanover bought the Dec.Chief 1 Robert in the V.$23,000-a-year Murray, 60,Job.on

Cardinal CUshing created an house in which Jack Garnerwas
council hall when he said Oct. 28 Murray Is retiring for health t
even bigger stir In the council
living. .
By WILLIAM U RYAN shaken by the affluent( society swered to Moscow. of the younger generation Com- five days later. Again opposingthe In the name of the almost 200 Setie's reasons.
I Garner than bought Doug -I to head
U.S. then In Rome Layton's promotion of
AP Special Correspondent His tinkering( with Marxist doc- This was a sharp turn back: tocentralization munists of the new managerial outlook of conservatives, bishops : I
"Discrimination Is not sociological place. the 3,000-man Metropolitan
'The latest Soviet Communist trine Increased noticeably but it also meant class who rose, under Khrushchev largely from Italy and Spain, he a I
shakeup piles puzzle.upon puzzle thereafter t, finally provoking more confusion .and more red seem eager to push urged the council to put back problem but a moral prob-' Settle completed the cycle by force was announced Tuesday !
Whether Khrushchev ahead with the to catch lem, a cancerous evil" buying Vanover's house: by District commissioners.
as if Internal conflicts,were outraged conservatives Into accusing -tape was race up Into a declaration on Jews a ------
aggravated by Nikita Khru- him of heading toward wholly responsible, he could be with the U.S. economy. Despitethe deleted phrase that the Jewish I
stKhev's fall. capitalism blamed, and It provided extra power behind the conservatives people bear no special guilt for
Some of the difficulty ---:-- Bureaucracy frustrated swift levereage for prying him out,of the liberalizers remain the Crucifixion.

might Soviet Internal development. power. strong enough to carry the day "Far be it from us to set ourselves APECO AMERICAN PHOTOCOPY
even be tracedUfKhrushchev's Analyst Khrushchev seemed eager to do Among those zeroing In on eventually. up as Judges in the placeof
What The something about it. HJ Increased Khrushchev may have been a God," Cardinal CUshing de- 7 fQUIPMENT COMPANY !

vjsit to the NewsMeans the authority of the 15 strong Ukrainian' bloc, headed He :May Get' clared as many prelates moved
United States. republic' governments of the by Podgorny,. even though Into the aisle from their seats d
ZKremlin leaden USSR. ,Khrushchev's own route to power for a better look at the fiery Proudly Announces the Appointment ofGalnaivilU'i 'i
Pants Warmed I
seem to be The program never really got was through the Ukraine.In American in action.'

i divided into two camps. One'off the ground. The nation of ran a number the new of shakeup Ukrainians this movedup week, .MOBILE, Ala. (AP) -,A 10-, Cardinals Ritter and Meyer 'OffiCI Machine.Meet, equipment Cempleta, ? !I ll e
appears eager to nail down par Into severe shortages grain, ,also spoke again that day. Their Lg .nd Supply Stare 1 ,
the ladder. Podgorny told he
appears year-old boy police '
'milk and meat and vast wasteIn
all of stand backed John J
ty authority over phases to be close to the top under by Bishop S 601 W. Univ.. A...
Soviet life, the other. to push Industrial output'because of First Leonid I. wanted to bring his parents,Wright of Pittsburgh, was en- ,... '* 2-25S5
ahead with practical but,bold nferlor, goods., At this point, back together so he set his dorsed by several European and A
Brezhnev, Khrushchev's succes f EXCLUSIVE APECO REPRESENTATIVEfor
powerful' Nikolai Podgorny, -a
prOgrams, salvaging whatever mother's house afire Canadian prelates.
sale and service ef APECO
sore products
Ukrainian tin the Presidium, I I
might be usable from ideas developed : Cardinal Meyer addressed the
Brezhney and the new and equipment In this area. _, .-i
in the Khrushchev era: I IIr complained that labor discipline pre Detective. Fairies Morgan re- council six times this fall, more a --- _
hIS the look of a struggle betWeen !In farms and factories was lagging mier, Alex I! N. Kosygln, seem ported Tuesday, that the boy than any other American; e A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY PHOTOCOPY
conservatives and liberalizers I to be cautiously on the fence at said his father lived In Montgomery prelate. EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES1". I

for the present at a stand,, Implicitly Podgorny: blamed the moment economic Ins the ,Jockeyingover [ Ala, and his mother James Francis Cardinal McIntyre YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR THE NEW, ) I
off.. Khrushchev's policies, as' If policy. But many lived in Mobile in a house belonging of Los Angeles became ill\ EXTRAORDINARY, ttTRA-DRY 1 i '
Khruihchev's fever to make the to relatives. at the session's I
Fine party Central Commit- : had opening-day ceremonies APECODIALACOPY- ,
race with the United
tee's decision this week makes Not With Sept. 14 He returned !
1 pushed things too far, too swift- The boy was quoted as sayinghe -
home two weeks later after attending l
iT( that Khrushchev
appear thought his mother would
reached a pinnacle In 1961, lye in December 1962, 'Khru- Him Around! have to go to Montgomery If the a few of the daily meet
gradually thereafter losing his Ings but not speaking before the
house burned.
shchev Introduced another reform COPYMAKERCALl
grip In a clash between party ; JOHANNESBURG; South Africa assembly. j
establishing separate par
The fire was before Francis Cardinal Spellman of
anxiety about control and Khru.Ihchev's Industrial and (AP) A selfconfessedbank stopped FO* A FftCC DCMONITRATtON TODAYThe
Impatience to start the ty agricultural much damage was done to the New York arrived In Rome late,
robber was being questioned
boards 'around the country to
'small frame house. I after bout of sickness. He
U.SSR on the rocky road to- concentrate party attention In during his trial at Johannes- ,
ward catching up with the United these respective fields. Died burg's criminal sessions:

.States. puns was to be insured by Prosecutor: And what did you
,Many who watched Khrushchev means :.fit city and tonal units Intend 'doing with! the money r' ,i. a"

In the United States fits,responsible to higher party organizations you stole

years ago judged him severelyNovakKildnrc I ", .which ht, turn aiv ,Robber: I Wit going to put it Rockets are ,rolling! :.MV '. .
,,:w i''i.' Iri a'safe .* deposit box. :".N.
Prosecutor a bank

TV Series Robber: Yea. I thought It

I .would be safe there.Wake.
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.- Nriu flark tftmr* used to bring to our youngsters up
S VAL ADAMS the message of preventionand
cure In a manner thai
'VIEW YORK Dr. Luther L. they can appreciate and understand. THE
rarin'togofl' 65 OLDSMOBILESARE
of the
Terry, surgeon general ." _
Culled has other
States, Joined On the "Mr Novak" show, a
nffidlcal and welfare groups Inasking high school teacher was to

the..National BroadcastIng learn that one of his students
Co. to reinstate plans for had contracted venereal disease

IBfvisIng' a two part drama The'medical aspects of the cane f
gout a high school boy who were to be dealt with on "Dr. HERE r i ir

contracts a venereal disease Klldare." .. It 4 .

.:The network recently canceled A representative of the surgeon
t QB project after scripts hadpgcn general's office had madea : &

written for "Mr. Novak". visit to NB.C. headquartershere

and "Dr. Kildare," which were to discuss the matter before _

tl:present the first and second Dr. Terry mailed his letter without

Installments, respective 1 It to the network. A spokesman : rt

was the opinion of N,B.C. officials l- for NBC said that the, nagging

that if the drama were to surgeon general'i representative _
be- valid it would have to contain had been given a full explanation backachoTfowl

passages and dialogue, Including .of the network posttlon. t
a discussion of sexual ) _

intercourse, that the network Ot h e r i who have formally _

oZbsldered inappropriate for asked N.B.C. to reconsider Its You can ft tin fan relief you _
television.Dr. decision Include Dr. J olin D i need front moons backache. headache
and muscular ache*and that" often 1
-* Terry, In a letter dated portrfleld. pros I din t of the eau,. reilleia niihl and paina Biierable
>ATiiv.> 13 and addressed to Robin -American. Public Health Asso-' tired-out I whan: lama ducom-
forte com on sub ever-stun or
E. Kintner, pre Ide ft'of elation The network said It had same and ..,.in-7011 want relief- yt'.i
NBC, said his staff had reviewed received six or eight .1 I m liar want mild It fait, Another dliturbance nay,
b* bladder irrUiuon folkmme.wronf
the scripts and believed letters from other persons associated food mad drink-often' sums

fljfy offered "high promise f with medical or social up Doan s wino. Pole work uncomforUW fait to I teparaM I...,...

being highly effective" In contrIbuting welfare groups. wan: I'by.pmrry p.in-reh.vmp sense

to the national fight to be.eax"....torment... ntincnlar of asppsna nvTm and backache pain*.
against! venereal disease. NBC A filmed report on the second 2. by Mothini effect on bladder Walton.
said it had not submitted session of the Ecumenical Coun- X by mOd dmretie action trndint .i
to hKreaw output, of Ibe 13 mile of .,. .
ftrlpts to the surgeon general, cil In Rome will be televised! on ks' nay tubn. -
but that he have received: Enjoy a sand nlghl'i sleep and Ik* .J I
may Nov. 25 from 7:30: to 1:30: p.m. .... hippy enlist muliou ban lee
them from MetroGoldwynMay.Pl'Televlslon -by the Columbia Broadcasting seer e0 year, i
producer of "Mr. System. It wilt Include Interviews For convenience I JI
ant (or the Urn :
ffovak" and "Dr. Klldare." with Roman Catholic .IM. "Dr. letter noted thatfinch churchmen. ,11II loti'll : ( \
Terry's I '
: ...:. k. .
day 1,500 young Americans, ; ,
become new victims of venereal] -. ."! ,' f '
disease and added: "It is of the I BEAT

!highest!! Importance that 'every: ,
pamble means of education be f
: fir
?'I' IJI.
: Acquainted '. 1.M

He Didn't Get Come in we're do "
WITH OUR EVERY ready to ,

Erector of admissions at Trsnsjrlvania The linee are humming! The wheels are turning! The Rockets are rolling to town! if\\ <

College Fred Lawson, DAY LOW DISCOUNTS Now's the time to chOOM your favorite Rocket Action Oldsmobile '65! y t J
to New York each to .
goes greet the school's' new students year There's a whole gnat new talon lineup, including the never-before Oldsmobile Delta 881!

worn the Gotham and New at An exciting array of new features like the Super Rocket V-8 and new Turbo Hydrt-Matk

England areas. I AH put together with a brand new took-Action-Line Deeign! _

.JThe idea Is to help them get,i Select your/ 65 Rocket Action Oldsmobfle-etop by your Oldamobile DeaVa today
better acquainted on the ,ever
The Furniture
flight tram ride to Lexington
-This fall, not one of the freshmen 'GsAdLDSMOBILET
missed the trim but Law-

]pn' did. SAMPLE HOUS ms Rocket Action Carl
-Somebody it the hotel forgot
3 call him. Lawson grabbedshuttle a

:euta the flight students and in caught Washing up s.h Mem si el JW IlttI', I SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED OLDSMOBILE QUALITY DEALER !

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November 13 ,19164

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C wr t '.1. GameBy

..GrandmaNames C a JOE HALBERSTETNSua same kind of a game we did al t: backs Lee Narramore and i

Sports Editor Jackson and Tuscaloosa"From Wayne Glardlno. :
Tallahassee the word I There are many who contend !
Florida fans who have lookedto It FSU will key Us victor], FSU's front line the Seven Magnlflcents \

the year when their football 'hopes to a versatile offense. Th I have been superior to ;
Her Caters would approach the annual Seminoles plan a lot of. ne*, the Gators' forewall this .... ,
4 qv4 : game with rival Florida tricks: for the Gators to crow I son. The Gators have had remarkable I
State in a truly "ready" manner I up UF defenses end play from Barry

H A'.? __ Y4 i should realize that situation I. FSU, In addition to Its overhead Brown and Lynn Matthews and
UF GrandsonGrandmother Saturday. attack, has fine runners. standout guard work from Bill
Coach Ray Graves took a look especially halfback Phil Spoo. Richbourg. Tackles Dennis Murphy i iI

P. at some lusty head knocking er. Graves noted the Seminole. i and Syd MacLean also I

Tuesday at Florida's practice ,like to run Inside power sweeps. have had their games to reach
back with
Bayer Is us again today. And she's
session and said he Is startingto "Spooner Is adept at finding thi I the heights. Consistency has y
Identified her grandson for Gator fans hereabouts who have Watch Here
Friendly Eyes "feel better about this week's holes," Graves said. FSU alst I marked the efforts of the FSU
been having a guessing game for a week now. .
game gets short yardage from full Sevell.UF's ,
She writes a delightful letter so we'll go directly to It: Classified Information In what Florida practices ness Ions this week for Florida Th. Gators are high but not I

"Dear. Mr.U.lber.teln: State are supposed to be. But these are friendly eyes belonging to Set. wild eyed. They're determined,

It looks like'I owe you an apology as I forgot to mentionmy William F. Stone of the University of Florida ROTC program. He took a "peek" healthy ahd,recognize the fact I

grandson's Dame which happens to be John Thompson Tuenday. (Sun photo by Eddie Davla). that there's a whole bag of marbles Lone EdgeIn
'Of Norfolk Va. connected with this year's:

..But long ago I had adopted every one of the boys on tame against the Seminoles. I t
.the! team as my grandsons. I'm proud of them and think TO SINGLE WING From the game slogan, "Nev, Game

they are the greatest and you quit picking on them Just er, FSU, Never," right to the Kicking
because'of their Injuries to they make a fumble. Wouldn'tyou manner In which the UF players ,I ,

have a tough time ;typing your articles if you had have approached the task,
swollen and dislocated fingers! You would still be a great GHS the indications are the Gators Graves BelievesEDITOR'S
sportswriter wouldn't you?. 'Adjusting'Gainesville are going to give Saturday's
They Just needed a week to rest before they tackled the task all the muscle they
( NOTEi Following are some questions which
Bulldogs. If they had, you would have written a different they possess. I
have beta asked ef Florida brad neck Ray Graves the
story. High Is spendingits defensive work of tackle Dale Gutierrez said the team Is in Three Starters i flso'
few and his AD the FSU
days answers concern -
As for the game with Alabama, wasn't that a beautiful practice time this week try Turlington. good physical condition with no Grsves said Tuesday that pest
and be lied la form
sight to see. There came those mighty Galore and they sure ing to adjust to the single wing The Hurricanes will have a serious Injuries. three fourths of Florida backfield Ida game Saturday quotes may aay

put Alabama on the run. They pushed the Crimson Tide so offense employed by Fridaynlllhri general review today working Meanwhile, Santa Fe also was will consist of John Fel- ef pre-game slory.)

bird Up against the end zone and they fell over on the ball opponent Ocala High. on all phases of the game working; extensively on defense her at fullback and Larry Du-I How has the Injury to FSU quarterback and punter Ed

.and before the mighty Gators had a chance to chomp them Tackle Kenny Mack Is the PKY *a Defesse In an effort to get ready for the pare and Alan Pot, halfbacks Pritchett effected the game Saturday!

'tip !they Just went rollmg along with the tide So you see, it was only player on.the Injured list P. K. Yonge worked mostlyon season's final game Either sophomore Sieve Spur "Ed Prltchetts injury is an Important factor in this

,an accident or pure luck that gave the game to Alabama and as the Hurricanes are In overall defense Tuesday preparing Coach Charlie Roberta singledout << rier or senior Tom Shannon will game, Certainly with him out It puts all the pressure on
good physical ahape for Friday night's battle with the play of guards Bill West open at quarterback. Both art Steve'TensL FSU hasn't won with any quarterback other

The 220 pound Mack has a rugged Santa Ft. moreJand/ and Steve Trulock working at the offensive post' then Tend, in the game. They have never beaten Florida
twisted knee and is a doubtful The Blue Wave also stressed and linebackers Frank Taylorand this week and both have looked of course, which adds even more pressure"

I 1 participant against Ocala offense and had a lengthy session Donald Boggs. iharp : "The kicking game could turn out to be the most vital
l 1 'l : lb tt tu i Coach Jim Niblack singledout on pass defense. Coach The Rebels also went through I Foe, returned to full speed after aspect this weekend. I have been pleased with the workof
the offensive play of fullback Mike Gutierrez was pleased with an offensive scrimmage againstthe an ankle Injury and the per- Steve Spurrier and Hal Seymour m practice since the

Eugene Branch and quarterback the progress and called it. dummies anal tragedy of the death of Georgia ,am.. I'd hale to be going Into a pressuregamelike
_$ lAtlfi I Larry Sherman and the "good practice" I End Louis Fragle Is expectedto Ms father recently drew praise this with a sophomorewho
be out of action for the only from backfield coach Pepper, has punted only three
serious injury for Santa Fe Rodgers for his efforts. times like FSU la going to
Halfback Jack Harper, still on have to do. I would rate
Dot because they were the greatestThe Devils Indians Stark Defense '
the mend from a knee Injury 04
our only edge as being In
that day and Alabama I
way I see It, the Galore won suffered In the South Carolina ? "
lost. They ranked third In the nation and they let a th-rankei I Starke went through a thorough the kicking game.
lime five weeks ago, Is running
defensive How much does flankerback
almost beat them. But that's history.So scrimmage
team past i
better each It I Is
dsy. uncertain
lets talk about the game with LSU Dec. S. Do you Meet Tuesday and worked a little on Fred Blletnlkoff pone
though, whether he will
Thursday offense. as a threat to your defense
believe In dreams Well I do. And I dreamed the Caters start If he does, Dupree will
will win over LSU ty three points. I'd sure like to be The Tornadoes meet Gr. en switch to fullback. ; !
there when they roll that big old tiger out I Cove Springs Friday night "Coach Bill Peterson at
, The Gators have muchemphasis
I placed
I know grandson will have surgery and CHIEFLAND Willlston's all\ around play of quarterback Coach Dave Hurse said his FSU hat called Fred Blletnlkoff
\ guess you may my
the tools
may never play football again and I wanted to see him Just surprising Red Dulls come to Doug Mitchell for Its offensive only Injured player is guard Bob with low on defensive go the greatest pass receiver
a scoring
once. But I'll be praying for the rest of them and their town Thursday night for an 1m- thrust Mitchell hai Reaves who will be out of action 'I In the nation, and a
the kind of Blest
handsome coach Ray Graves.' portant Suwannee Conferen been a threat both on the this week with a knee ailment lime ce boy who would win the
Thank football clash with Chiefland'sIndlanw ground and In the air throughout Craves expects. They have Uelsman, Trophy this year
Mrs. Katherine Beyer "Grandmother"Thank t floe season.He Lincoln received a Jolt In stressed punting, place kick t think BUetnikoff Is one of
Ing (field goals, extra points.
II have support from halfback when the finest receivers I've
you Grandmother Bayer. You're very nice yourselfand mark Williston Into will the bring a whileChiefland H-l Bobo Griffith and end halfback Tuesday's John practice Washington speedy suffered and klckoffij, punt coverage, ever seen in collegiate football

I hope you get to see the LSU game and that grandson game almost, Identical Bruce Mitchell Doug's favorite a broken leg He !listed goal line defenses, etc ... and the biggest chal-

John recuperates from his knee troubles. (Editor's note: owns.an. 1 pass receiver ss the only serious Injury. I PaM Defeat* RAY CRAVES longs our defense has faced I
mark of
John Thompson underwent knee surgery two years ago Just Leading the defense win be Coach Jesse Heard said his coming In for lengthy this season." :

had another operation for his latest injury). The game will probably decide rugged tackle Danny Stevens, a main problem la stopping the litor emphasis Is psss defense Will Saturday game effect the bowl picture? I
I do wish Grandmother Bayer had given us a prediction third place in the Suwan 19} pound performer. tricky offenses used by his Friday This is natural In view of the "We know we are still\ In the bowl picture and certainly I
on the FSU game this week That's the one that's causingall nee Southern Division Willis- Chiefland will bank on the night opponent, Jacksonville success generated FSU Is a strong c.ndlda'for' more than one bowl I would II
kind of problems at the moment. I'm sure, though, that ton currently la In third place, strong running of halfbacks Lee Douglas AnderlOn.llinmi'V. b y FSU's potent air duo of quayterback say the winner Saturday hat a good chance of winding op
everyone In Gatorland will settle for three points over LSU and Chiefland Is fourth. Mills and Wendell Corbln n d Steve Tenil and flanker I la a major bowl game Many people have said FSU la already II

any time In Baton Rouge.Caught. fullback Ted Key in Its bid for back Fred Biletnlkoff. Graves In a bowl and, If so, It's a pleasure to be playing I
The Red DevIls will be without victory. I orks aim Includes end Don Floyd in "
another bowl team.
on the Run the services of halfback Mills has been I threat In the hi passing picture, noting he Is In this game the "most Important" one of the ,"rt
Benny Standrldge and possibly few with his breakaway vastly under rated but has,
past games who lucky enough to be there Saturdayshould
Marshall editorof Those are
How good can get? Benny sports
For the
tackle llama Eddy, who are Vandy taught as many pIISH'.1 .
running en
most dramatic football
the Birmingham News, predicted Alabama would beat see one of the hsrdest fought,
both on the Injured list. jilors' Charles Casey Most of
and kickoff
Georgia Tech 24-7 last weekend. The scoreAlabama 24, punt returns. Floyd's receptions have b e en garnet ever played In this state There Is so much.
Tech 7. He tabbed Auburn a 177 winner when It was 14-7 Emory Legler has been mov MIAMI (AP-Coach) Charley on key third down plays.Craves riding on the outcome."
Alabama's enslde kick against<< Teach thai the Tide ". ed to guard on the starting unitto UF-FSU Game Tate scheduled a light workout made a special point "From all Indications FSU Is going to be ready to play

Mrted Into a quick touchdown just before halftime was help fill the gap left by Eddy. for his University of Miami Fueday of calling attention to Its finest game of the season, by far, I know we are ready

not a plaitied play. David Ray was to have kicked shortto WUliston will bank oft h e On Television Hurricanes todsy as they prepared the "pressure cooker" t ha for the challenge, In about the same frame of mind as we
the ends rather thai risk I runback by speedsters Gerald to meet Vanderbilt Friday will be Doik Campbell Stadium were against Alabama, so It should be a great football

Buisell and Johnay Crtjliim. It went elf the side .f his night for the school's home III Tallahassee Saturday after-' gsmt"

foot Whoa you're going great those breaks fall year way Beggs Hits Next Tuesday coming. noon. "W.'" played at Jackson, What kind of game do you expect?
Mississippi State a hard-luck Southeastern Conference I The Vandy team was scheduled MI..., and at Tuscalooa, Ala..", "I think It will be a defensive football gsme. FSU hat.
team this year, already being tabbed for "next year." Bulldogs WUFT-TV Channel I, win to arrive Thursday. No be ssld "We know what that scored only three Tie on Florida hi six years and is
have most of top players returning In 19M plus what 600 Series carry the Florida Florida State workouts were planned for the type of pressure Is like. I think avenging snout four points a game against .

must be a fine frosh club. It's already beaten LSU, Alabamaand football game In Its entirety visitors before the game. re're letting ready to play the It'i
Auburn Ole Miss still to play.In Randall Beggs produced the from 7.30 9 30 p.m. Tuesday, I An estimated ",ane persons ''i

answer to many, many queries' Yes, there are people first too series of the season In Nov. 24, It was announced to are expected to be on hand for' I I Ia

around who have "extra" tickets to UF-FSU game Satur the Sheriff Senior League at the Hurricane's final home '

day. Trouble Is, the people want at least $3. apiece for Palm Lanes He rolled games day.The game will. be taped Saturday game of the season In the Or-

them. Thats too much for any football game, even the of 177-197-231 In his! fine effort by WFSU TV in Tallahassee ant BowL MOlTS
Gators and Seminoles. Unless you don't care about money. shown there Monday I Tate held off on heavy hitting
Most folks do. Ray Staler had a 117 with a night and re shown here Tuet- practice this week to allow the .
This bas been a peculiar year for SEC quarterbacks. Of 202 top game and Terry Young- the pre-seasoB No. Is, Ole Miss Jim Wtatherly K.II- blood had a S24. Freddie Whit. suffered during the Hurricane FR 4-75J7 -
tucky's Rick Norton, Vsnderbdt's David Waller and Tu- man led the girls with a 47S The showing of the game victory. over Boston Collegelast IMS N.W. 6eb St.

lane's David Cast still at that rank. Injuries or Improvements Split Personalities had a 2322 complete win give area fans unable weekend.A I' -.
-forced changes at Auburn Tom Bryan and Joe series and Hornfei a 7N best to attend, the opportunity cumber ef players were en TIRE SALE! .
Campbell for Jimmy Sidle: Florida Spurrier for Tern ame. Spills I were mad. by to see all the thrills of the expected !the Injury hat, hirludlnc fullback I
Shannon; Alabama, Steve Sloan for Joe Namatli; LSU Sharon Slants 4-1-,; Mike Ful- big bettle between the Fred Candy Miami's -
Billy Eiell for Pat Screen; Mississippi State Ashby Cook mar, "7-1; and Don Shaw 1-7. two rivals. !leading ground gaining fullback: )I TA. TTM pins U*. '....1 lie. TAW U..
for Don'Edwards; Tennessee David Leaks and Art Calif- ? 6.70atS i 11.91 11.95 7.91T

fa for Hal Wantland. And Georgia has played two, Prestos; FINAL HOME GAME! .A.t_ IIKb
Rldlehuber and Lynn HughesLOOK 60011 11.75
7JOsM 1S2S 1195 t.n
Claassen 10014 1591 1495 10.,$

1 ISOsM 17.95 15.95

Says FSU to Win! TIRES BALANCED 99c plus welgr.fi

CITIZENS FIELD Wheel Betting Cleaned fir Repacked 99s
By HAROLD CLAASSEN I The Big Ten tItle and the ROM 'Imfoof c/edit; to 011'oU

Asnrlated frets Sports Wrnet Bowl invitation binge on this co/i and department BRAKES ADJUSTED . . . "c
result with the Buckeyes favored 8 P.M. FRI.LINCOLN store courtesy card
NEW YORK (APl"nlimlt despite Bob TImberlake. ALIGN FRONT END . . ,$ .95
ed substitution Is being sought .u... Dew '. .....
Oregon Stale over Oregon HIGH SCHOOL
football coaches -
by many college fir Tea .In.
There maybe twe ef the season's surprise I** a .....d ft 7 >.... a .....t _' N. Jatereet c."r Caster
for nest season.
unlimited substitution among. teams tangle with the Oregon ... 10 Me tfce re fey

football forecasters too If las Staten finding a way to atop DOUGLAS ANDERSON ef JACKSONVILLE ALL TIRES PJ.US TAX AND TIRE OFF YOUR CAR
I MMtJ .
Bob Berry. !wet t t VIM. I (MlROGRAM
week's record Isn't improved
Florida State ever Florida: un 0' YOUR CAR I
upon. The Semnoles have the better! STARTS 7:10 P.M.! t SANDS I MUFFLERS CUAlAtnEiD fOR

It brought the season's average I .. .. ...
(line MISANf COttMUk SANS p 7:It
to .69S.Hopefully.. Kansas ever Missouri: An- DOUGLAS AMMlSON UICNIM 100. AMIt '

here are thiIweek' many ene of the snort ragged UNCMM wins SCMOOt IAMB to k* Ull.*... .*..
Motor Tunc-up'
picks: straggles) of the year.
Notre Dame over Iowa: Notre Arkansas ever Tau Tedr: TICKET uci
Dame has Hoarte and Iowa has Tech i has the great Dee Anderses u..4 ..... M C... Feet. .114 a... lseclsied .
the season's belt hot ha wont he cmsjk I'---t nd..w .. ..._. ...*}. floeiee t '3tS.4fS
Snook tee of Dam ) ..... ...... s..... . . .. .,. oIIo mere artists, but Notre agate the fierce Rjxortatki ...... . . IIJSACVANCU use ..
als. baa a M el ethers and Iowa from Arkansas nines w. ......
doesaX NehrasJm ever Oklahoma: ncsrrrs OM SARI ATI S<* >... IW. A. O.Vtmtmttm A.w i 20.DOO Milft 10.000 Mitea 6 eyr.. a ,yrs.Guseeeewl .
t bas. I SIC I*.
Yale ever Harvard Choc Providing the Huskers emcen ....... Lio e< ....... t.', ... M. M4 III* A*.. M ... c.4 'h" Battse
lerccin.. the Yale fullback. Uen ,taste en me game and area'IclrtlMme a_ Ih.e M.sw brA..de MM 5..s bane LMe.- thew.In .
about tee hems Bowl 1_ c- 0.... .
ef the best as the country ( C ie 3M.. Nye. I J4" M..awr ......
Ob. State ever JIcbI&II. 2 cw Yes .day.


r 1 1Notre

j 16 Uemesviiie; Sun Weilnea ey, November U, ly44

Dame's I Berra Signs """" "'

Carroll Said l

Top Lineman Mets' Pact AJOftRAND ..


Husky Jim Carroll, captain of ..
By JACK BAND everything. It even had a message .
Notre Dame'i No). 1 college football r ..
NEW YORK (AP) Old Yan- from Chris Cannizam the .
team named Linemanof
was .
The Week by The Associated hMr'u bees never die. They Just become Mets' catcher who was the old ,.
No. I. Ha bowed out In style .
:- Press today for his "magnifIcent" .u Met*. Yogi :Berra la the
waiving his rights to No. B In a
play against Michigan latest to cross over the bridge, message from San Leandro .4

: State. following In the footsteps of Casey Calif. ..

: The 22S-pound guard and linebacker Stengel and George Weiss. Berra win be the highest.paid :

: from Atlanta made 15 coach In baseball And w
4 Borne'wlU be a coach under
tackles and intercepted a pass k Stengel, lilt old boas. It be can In football, too. He will get a ; ....

.: aa the unbeaten and untied get into shape In spring train- reported.(40,000 from the Mets TIRES ::

: .Fighting Irish crushed the Spartans In,. Yogi will b. placed on the and $25,000 from the Yanks in pI7 :..
34 7 for their, eighth 4h14t active list as a player-coach.: what Weiss described as "sev ."

: straight victory. kept erance pay." .,:
This badly secret became -
: He helped stop Ed Cotton In a fact Tuesday when the Yogi had made a more fortunate FROM TIRE CITY :
deal as a special field con-
: the first when
quarter Michigan Mets made the announcement
State, at the time trailing by at a news conference. Weiss the sultant after the Yanks fired YOU NAMI THI BRAND AND :.

: only a touchdown, gambled on a ; ; club president, and Berra were him as manager the day after CHANCK ARI Wl SILL IT FOR ..

fourth and one situation on Its on hand. A special telephone the World Series. USSt! PRICK AS LOW AS... ::
: own 49 and loot the ball on SAP WI,..",. t. In.* sun.1lle'd hookup to Glendale Calif., was Under the terms of the Yankee -

: do"",, Notre Dame took over set up to bring Manager Sten contract, Yogi could take a

: and drove to Us second TD. Rather Switch gel's comments across the na- job elsewhere and still get the

: "Carroll was magnificent;', Yogi Berra holds the tools of his trade as he stands tion. $25,000Under It almost those pays circumstances to be -V :795 I

said his coach Are Parseghlan in Shea Stadium Tuesday after signing to be a player No. I Naturilly fired.

: I"He played his best game even -calch with the New York Met Berra, who .had, They even had a Met uniform "I am happy to be coming

though he wasn't 100 per cent been with the New ,York Yankees as a catcher outfielder for Yogi. Naturally had No. Ion here said Berra. "I'll do whatever yA
I oft a leg Injury." and coach for 18 will ND :
coming I years get a reported the back. Casey wants. I'm going to ..
$40,000 a year from the Met and $25,000 from the The publicity staff thought of Mo ....
Carroll's 15 tackles gave him work out In spring training. I 1
Yankees who him
dropped aa after the last
I 120 total for the season which lleason. manager may play If I can. I did catch

: I compares to his 59>> in both the some batting practice last .I/f/

1M3 and 1962 campaigns The Bowling spring." GOODYEAR 670K15'

; 21-year-old senior waa born In I AND BLACK TUBE ::
la Form OTHERS!
Jonesboro Ark., and won a He- Palmer Nicklaus
I ring Award from Parseghlan In Standings On the telephone hookup from COMPLETE FRONT TYPE '
the "most California Stengel was In his -
spring training as
\ saris'n 'I'rolt J.... usual form. END DEPARTMENTS! -
m 1 1 consistent guard. W L -
Await olllnf stonMuttftr I' 11 "Very very delighted to have =
Yogi he said to the man
you ,
1 Celtics' Blow Pin lulttrt Is 1a h. used to call his assistant RELINED .

n LAFAYETTE La. (AP) plsy-forpay circuit-won two All!>!.',Prof Oopil IS r lr II manager. "I know you'll be :::::- .:: I E3 0;:"" I C CWM Mhw*.>KMW. ft*I,)*.ft.::=.. .=.

While' Arnold Palmer and Jack NCAA championahlps. KIIUkT* very successful.I looked up ;: $5.95 $1S'"lit : w+

: Another Big Nicklaus were studying<< the roBng "That's been so long ago we'd Oulliri Pin linhm H, Palling N, AIM' Mm,0','M It, RolllniWn *""" your record and it took twopagen..Don't '12.95 $7'95 6.50

contours of Oakbourne like to forget what year it was," ., :10, TIM Ion II get Into many Imlilliim

: Lead LoseBy Country Club for their down-to. said Barbato, whose older an.r11N 50w W5. jams. I don't want you" to go EASY TC TERMS-KO MONEY DOWN! ...
fight that fellow Clay. ..
the-wire duel for the 1964 brother
golfing Mike, was coach of the 10"'"'_... U tI511I
money championship, a class LSU squad In those days. ,, ,...._..Iitl.. sly. la'AlellIM In It years with the Yanks, OPEN Just Soy Charge Itt I ::
reunion of sorts was going on In Mike Barbato, now pro at a Nernla ; Ir Berra had a lifetime batting ....
The Boston Celtics shook up another foursome.It New Orleans will Anlm... II average of .285, hit more home 8 A.M. -
country club .0..1 Pour 7 II ::
: I the rest of the National Basketball was 1941 when Gardner also play in the Cajun Classic, runs than any catcher ((313)), -
Association with 11 straight IIIUITISimttMoturi
Dickinson Jr. and Luca Barbato which will have another brother I. loyal Una li Rolling and added 41 more as an outfielder --
victories it the start of the sea saw,. Anlm.lt li mil PtrMMIItlnHornlii for a total of 351 He -
host pro for the $25,000 Cajun act-Jay and Lionel Hebert, two 1. ?>M, -
and 6
they're doing a
: son now ,Classic Golf tournament began played In 14 World Series and 15
members of
their coach the tour nil Cram (HullIrmMrrltt -
Job ,
Red pretty Auerbach.good on laying golf for Louisiana State Only $311 separate Palmer On.... sat 'I All-Star! games. 405 N.W. 13th Street -

; /Diversity and Mcklaus In official earningson usw/-R/ta/ 24'6 I.lab The Yanks made Berra a .

: The Celts have lost three of r the PGA circuit this year and 01.h..1.....Crown II U asSwrkllw II player-coach In 1963 and in 1964 Phone FR 2-5030

: their last four games and blown the fyearold Nicklaus hopes I Wo"ra II IJOnno. he took over as manager when
huge leads each time. The Baltimore I Cajun Classic and briefly roved to overhaul Palmer in the mon 1 lab lit' a.4 Sib' Ralph Houk moved up as gen

: Bullets took advantage of the days when their LSU ey derby. Both have picked up IOW lf...n law IJHUPMT eral manager. He won the pen
T w It M
: Boston's latest letdown Tuesday I golf team-which also Included more than $100,000 on the circuit nant but lost the series and was

a night, scoring a 10J-W victoryover ,Jay Hebert ,,"hot like Gardner, this season-more than anybody Idyll RIIUITIOripn Crowns li Bin.Kiln fired the next day. ..
-- - -- - -- -- -- "
: the Celtics. Is now one of the fixtures of the has ever won in the pant.Cats' t.,..01......H" Ormgn.li iMrkiinf" I. ltr.wb.rrlM vntm 1, Reel li i'

u_, Tin I .. L__ L i
Prhtay NlfM Minn
night, St. Louis outlasted Philadelphia
114-107 and Cincinnati Norton-Kestner s.u h.. II W L. I "TIGER IN THE "Patronize The Sponsoring Merchants" .
,. ,_...
a. t 1 ttorn lDM
back San Francisco 114- CAGE"THE f
: turned DIM CM! II II
101 I Duo Leads SEC OffenseBIRMINGHAM BUM...Minn Lamar N... I II a laca. la FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 1M4PrakiM i
". .., NEW 1965 .,
KOOI' la Q .. ;
... ,,, LH. a kllH
Boston's, first lost came TM.M wumm a mmMlml Law 4 wale Fr.li.bl. Win. t tc.rnViruVkllt b.kI'

against Philadelphia I last Thurs i Ala. (AP) Punting: Frank Lambert t. KIWI i '., X.lr...ULTI.M toy li DIN' all., PONTIACNOW (IFI..) .......21 ...... 7 North C.rolin. St. 14 Wlk ,*,.,. ......11 f

: day in a game in which they Kentucky rosy have slipped! till I, SKUrity ,.....tor lh,.M ICornH AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE
Mississippi 1,938
yards In 4 4 I LlifflMr I, Dim, Mlnll' N.. 1 I
held a 25 point lead with 30 seconds somewhat In the won-Ioit column kicks for a 44.1 average pe. j ,..10. ..:..._.......27 D.".., ?..?.........,17
left In the third quarter but Its offensive wizards esavles CIIoNk W L SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21 1964 i
The next night Los Angeles Rodger Bird, Rick Norton and bootPunt returns Plril WiHMdltl N.k tHr J7" SHOWINGAT
deficit In : ,: l MlthMlll Nor f asy I., Alley 27Arli.n Shaw ................ Il Mich! .* .. ,..., .. 14MinnraN Ohl Star ?..?.... UWiK.MIII
.., *
overcame a 15-polnt Doug Keener-continue to terrorize &* lt CnrMIIM M. I ft" --'-------- "----- --- -
last 10 minutes to beat the their Wayne Swinford, Georgia, 142, Mv on' CIlrllllM Ml. I IJ"N. Start; .....:.17 Idske l .........-,-,-,?-14 ..........:.14 .......M::.liArt.
the Southeastern Conference yards In 29 returns for an 11 g In,,,, ....... It 11H' ..,, lows Star ........... 7 Mriin .. .... 20Mrkai Muhl.nb.tf :
.,.... TROPICALPONTIAC '"" """"
'. "'5. N.. 1 It II :g ::.:::::.:.
Celts. football opponents. I avenge.Kickoff. Unlvtnlly MHIW41II "I' Arkan.., ---:::-------- T.. Tech ---------- 7 :..:....:20 Fisk ......
halftone SEC football statistics relessed: returns Dan Blam I Piet 1..11.1 II nII Aviri P.*r Sr. ..liIMMH U. T..,. (M.rtln) IOttnit N. Muter St- .'.,,- 14 T.I.I WirrnDuk 7
Boston had a 17-polnt ("..,, ..ills n :: .. .......::::.:11
C.ll.i .,..21 ...... .......... 7N.reh Omllm ......14 -- f
today by Commissioner Bernie Mississippi State I2t .... .
bulge against/ the Bullets and yards In 11 I 45101115.0' ro. N. I aas': 220 N.W. 8th AVI. ...t.. U. ........... 7 UK- 1.1...* ........ 6 'N.W. Luliln ...27Notr SI. Luiilil.w .. .....14
built it to 23 In the first four i Moore showed the trio leading returns, for a 29.2 average. MIULTfCv /sober Gr*... .....17 X.vl.r (Ohio) ....... 7 Dim ??....20 ?.,........."...'' .

minutes of the third period. several! key departments. | sty| Plrtt,Intuit MlthMllH 4:. Hghlintf'M.. I PmbyN. 5rewa /........"...21 C.lumtl .............14 Occld.nr.l ............27Ohi ,am."* ............ ..'3.
X PlrilUnK
Then Don Ohl ignited a Baltimore Bird, a fleet halfback Is No 1 Sultan as"'It |Ir ">.r.lt, "Mtlhefllif" >, All- liKkMM' .........._.14C D.I...... .............. 6 U. ...............20 M.nk.ll .....
of Swat v.nr ChrlitUn N.. 1 li Pint M.thMIHNo. LISTEN TO THE .lioml* ...........U StanroMl .... .........I3 Okllkcml St.tt' ,..14 K."... St.'u
the Celtics In rushing, with (1 net In ...... .
that ..
bunt caught yards .
1 I. Plnl li HljWin.fntrr 14 N.kr. ..k ........ ..
Joe HolbersteinAND C.."., (Ohn) St KtntiKkf Srit. ...Jl Okhkam .._.......14 'J
Ht ll A dv il
\ CKrlillM No
with tit minutes left in the l1S carries for an average of BALTIMORE (APThe II. I Chic Stir ...........20 N.*./. ......,.....,...14 Orgn .......;....?..10 0'*... Stata ..-
S.4 per foray. He's third In scor Maryland Professional Baseball Ci.. ... .1. Miami Ohl.l ..,.11 '.? Star ............14 "!h'.nth.-T
Ing with t tallies for M points carn.nl.l W L Nil Nissen ".'."'.Bt.Mudci"40 Calif.." TckSuk e ,,.1,1. V.. A. 6 M. 27 S.ytk.rfl (IL..I.I
game.NCAA and ranks fourth In combined offense Players Association announced a ''''tor, Si CI.", .........-?....11 C oII.. ..,..14 'rlltct*. w .. ....14 Cmssll ...II
BarnCompetition with 141 total today that Harmon KlUebrew o f Wed-_', ,_"Mm ....,. J7 tl SHOWFOR C.IIrt", _.......-.14 Air rr.. A..J. ,13 Pyrd.. ....-..-......14 MIH. .-......* ]{
yards. 'the Minnesota Twins will be .war. De/.l., CMvy It It 11" D.rtn.. Wildcat quarterback Norton awarded the Sultan of Swat CMNn', Dory II IC .THE LATESTIN .............14 Okl; W.l. ." ,'.. tDIckiniM Sam Ho..to" 5'. ..20 5.1 ...'
leads SEC passers with 10 completions : S Duke_ LimM N N.w/MrM :: r. I IW D...< -......... ,..... .1* toul.II.; II Dl... St. ...... .14 -lif."I. >"..W"JJ
In in tomes, for 1,271 crown at the organization'sTops llml.nl. Oil It a1wh I SPORTS Dr...l Tlth .. 20 ...... ... < s." J.. Stllo .14 Pmne Seat 5I"o
AAU EventsKANSAS In Sports banquet Jan. 11. .'a Dov. ..... Ia4 8', 5.5JPM: -Mon.thruFrl. Isle Teens Stt* .20 S. .. Amtlil ........ a feet CI... ....-.20 .......ff S"10 si' 1
In and I touchdowns. He Is
yards Killebrew hit 41>> home runs U."ooI SuikMfl Liquor l.rvko 'UO 11 Icy n ay DIAL 1230 II... ,...?..............10Fr.nkllH .,".rIck ...._...,.. a S... Mnmurl ?_..20 N.I. Okltk". .14
second In combined offense. Mmr.'. ..Weis.lay. So'A PI..I" A.bM..25 a.Me-C-km.e 14 $ C.lifofKK ......17 UCLA .
during the e
CITY (AP) The Norton's favorite target, end past season_.___-101"-Tlppr| 1145 .'... .ItI. .........-... .10 Florid. Seat .. ... 1 eel C.an.cticut .. .20 C.ntr.l Cn. ...

= National Collegiate Athletic Association Cestner, leads receivers with 35 WGGGSponsored > M.r. ...27 Ua.... ................. a S*. lllln.l.So. 21 t.*M Into effect today a receptions for 527 yards and 5 :1 G... W.shirN..14 Tk. Cir.1.! ,...1 I M.rltdl.t, 7 5av'' .---.. -.. .14H..S'.n.
put Anti. : .. .... ... Aft. -
athletes at its (20 touchdowns.The Trust Suit Started The 20 .I..M. eW. T...* St.: :::20 T. s
rule that I By Hn.i4 ------------I 4 Y... ---------------.I rt......... .. ."....20 H..*.'*'' e
: member schools may not com combined offense leaders Sudden ServiceOil Holy C.... '.-'.- .1. mtttlcut M. .. a ......... ...... .....21 W.i Vir.i5is l .'... .
pete thla winter In open meets Mississippi signal caller Jim Milwaukee Club Ce. H...,.- tO.C.1 .21 Llvluo..e ". ..... T..... .. .21t lt C.r.H"* ... 1 !

:' : not sanctioned by the United Weatherly-with rushing yard Against, end Hum**!* Soaps14 U. C.. D.. .. ..... 7 T..I. .... .2/1 NhCra -.... .". w'. .II
States Track and Field Federation. age of 234, passing yardage of College Life Insurance jMkMKtlll St. ....10 IMO Sttr M-. .11 T.,.. C.""' ., ...,1e /ie ...;. .'. .1 ? I :
MILWAUKEE JkitM. C. SMith 4S '....tlo.llit 51. .,.... a T".... .... .
(AP) Mil-' No hearing date Of T.t.. ... .. 14
: WO, for an 1,174 total. Steve was set for America/ IC..... ...... ... .14K. MI...." .... .' ...11 U.C.. S,.t.'rb.,"20 C.llftooI. ** 14 :
: The adopted by the Sloan of Alabama Is third with wsukee attorney Francis J. Demet's petition., I ..o Salt ........ ..14 0.". ..II ISLOt -. .11
pot\|cy was MO, and 'Barna's Jo. Namath Demel Initiated an antitrust action The Braves, ordered the THI IC........* ......... .If .*_* .14 Ur.k Seat)4' U..h "':' '- '1I :
: NCAA council In New York Nov. fifth at 111 hi Federal Court Tuesday l*..*r T..k ........ .la 1W. M. Slit ....11 Vlln.., .. ....14 ..'ho" -..a." .
4. Robert F. Ray of the University The SEC scoring leader Is s seeking to prohibit the Braves National League to !fulfill a con Thirsty l....... v..... .1. ,.. Military C.II. a W..".. ..."". _..20 Urals -; 14 i

: = of Iowa NCAA president, Tide tract and play In Milwaukee L.hl.h ............ ....14 l..eete .. _.. .11 W..hl,,_ ....-.....20 W..hl..Oa1 n-d. .
announced today it Is In effect. kicking specialist-Crimson from moving to Atlanta until County Stadium next season Gator UM*>. (M..IUM -----C ....>fir.it .,............ Iui w,,"' .* 29 WnklnXM. 6 L.. ..
: C this end David Ray. Ray has scored another major league franchise until moving to Atlanta In 196 Iwrk St. ,.....2ft .. d ,..IR. i W..t.s 1C..k, 14.. 'M_.. StA. .1. '' .11 a .
It does not apply to year's ,
70 points to date, 2 by touch Is obtained for Milwaukee. 1as Aa.l.e I Fwsade 3t. T.sa Seas. .*..*. VM .
: :. crosscountry: competition. I downs :M on field goals and 22' Demet who owns a single said earlier Tuesday they would L..5&.,. C..;: '. ::; :7... .,-. ,...,,,. ; :i..... ,, .::J: N+ A Ca"tie..r' :
accept a circuit court Injunction t.ei f._ Tech 14 N I. IMW.,. .._1Vlr l CtPf.'fIy
the rule signals resumption extra points. Whllll ...._.....-20 :
:. ;.. Invoking share of stock m t the Braves but barring a transfer In IMS. 0i M-'t.. ............ .If .W. __......14 1'_") .., ..' e 4 .
'" of the NCAA's scrap Other SEC leaders'Interceptions claims he represents 4,000 minority M.MU.. ......._..28 Y.._. ..14 Wkhlts ... _.....1. (awli T.ue Sty 4
= : with the Amateur Athletic Union : Jim Davis of stockholders called baseball : Demet asked a permanent M.N'O..... .t C 3.W. belt/. e I W.Had ....,,_...1. "........ ; .
.. .... over the sanctioning of track Tulane with I Interceptions for a monopoly injunction restraining the ......, (M. .H J. MhjWwIMIllln ....14 Wy.miae ......... .ellA.bim; Yw54 .... .
of -i iGainesville's MI Mn Strt ,...11 .. .14
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Cross City Drills

Has 626 InIndustrial f
Bear Bryant, Wayne Hardin Admit It

,1 On -Passing Game By WILL GRIMSLEY ball coach to win' !than to lose, when you're winning" he said place and perhaps win a championship
;1 Jack Tomlinson of Cannon Insurance NEW YORK (AP) Bear I the two men agreed today "There's an old theory that occasionally enough to

.., was high Tuesday nigh! Bryant looked like a man wholad Bryant and Hardin were In the best way for a coach to livea ward off criticism.
In Industrial got stuck In the wringer New York as guests of the Metropolitan pleasant existence Is to be "But nobody Is willing to set
: thf League at
Cross City filled the air with'.for Dunnelion's pass minded al defense. I Palm Lanes with a 626 series His face was creased with COTVern. Football Writers. just partly successful, not completely tie for that. All of us want to
:. footballs Tuesday as passing team Friday night In Its season The North M.rlon1nemen\ also His shoulders He,
collected on games of 167 224 : sagged. Bryant, who looked as if he successful to keep his win. We wouldn't be worth our
: ? was the order of the day. In I finale. get a rugged workout on 235. Hit 235 was best single ef was the picture of despair. 1 had Just been burned in effigyon team...around second or third salt If we didn't"WINTER
practice. Colt Coach Stan Toole said the sleds and the team finished the main Tuscaloosa -'- -- -
street at '
: Coach AI Parrls' squad went Dunnellon goes to the airways up with a light scrimmage. fort.John "Whew, I don't know whether ., I
i came to town to discuss a
= through passing drills on both I approximately 30 to 35 times a The game Is North Marion's:1 Benyo of Allstat Insurance I'll make It through the seasonor WILL SOON BE HERE
team that had nine
+. offense and defense In prepara7 game.. the reason for the aeri homecoming : totaled 623 on 186-20J-2M not," the Alabama coach i won
Uon for the --- Albert Fussell of Servlcemaster moaned. I straight was ranked second Don't chance o heater that won't work?
big Friday
game had 588. nationally and already assuredof Call today for our pre-season special f
:: night with Lake Butler,
Hardin full of
Wayne was
a spot In the Orange Bowl at
J2 Cross City will enter the game Pressure Builds Cannon's registered 3069 on bounce and buoyancy. He Miami. I
,*} with an 1-0-1 record while Lake 997-1051-1007 with the 1051 best
smiled and joked. He was per-
job to talk about
:;a 5: Butler will bring an S-l mark to :game. Splits were made by Ray! fectly relaxed was HEATERSCLEANED
Servicemaster Jessie Navy, a team that had skidded
battle. The winner will be Shepherd ;
*:+j.- crowned Suwannee Conference McMillan Servlcemaster; "Only one to go-Army," said from a .-. record and No. :2 national i
",;f champion. For SEC Teams Dave Powers Gator Tire ServIce the red-haired Navy coach. ranking In 1963 to a disappointing

,.-' Parrls listed his squad In good' aD Ms; and Merrill Parker It's much tougher'on a foot- 3-5-1 In 1964, with the:

i: physical shape,with no Injuries Cannon's, "-7-t. lough. Army game ahead i
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i best of the "It
By year seems
Hardin badly needs the Army
Brooks Allstate had
._ Corbin also time Randy ,
Randy spent
Pressure Is in strange but good to be working LeoAnswers
building up I
Lippy to followers of the
of 169. Last scalp keep
:: punting in another phase ol5j triplicate games
Southeastern Conference campifor I against a T-formation Instead Midshipmen from Coll now before the first ONLY
Service- asking
Johnson :
the Louis week. Billy
drill Quarterback
: with tough rivals of a single wing In cold to avoid fighting
; games I preparing SuitLOS "What' I snap
master had triplicate of happened
::: Overstreet was the passer. 'either this Saturday or the next for Tennessee" he commented.1 games 'I o balky heater when the
ST lake Butler also is In good 171. Both men will receive special "Being coach of a team on a'
tumbles and 25
:IS,shape for the contest with onlyenll' Tennessee Coach Doug Dickey, Vanderbilt may have two top American Bowling Congress ANGELES (AP) Leo winning streak Is much harderon temperature
said his Vote made lot of mistakes I runners ready for the tailback servicemen ore swampedwith $5
awards Durocher and the Los Angeles than it la when lose a
12 Rusty Wade on the Injured you you calls.
against Mississippi last: slot when It meets Miami Fri.day emergency
fist. Gwen Dulaney led the Ella Dodgers answering a $200,000'few," the Navy coach said "but
correct Coach Jack Green
week and are trying to : night
Marion with 531 and damage suit, lay that If the there's coach CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE
-- North worked on pass much said Bob Sulllns Ceramics loop a naturally not a
them. "We can't do getting Injured was
i defense In an effort to get ready 178-200-155 Jeanne Leland had former Dodger coach hit a fan Itwas I who doesn't prefer the
ready for Kentucky until we running In top form. Previously, worry I HEATER CLEANED riy. 1 s s.l.. T.
... get our errors Ironed out," he lie announced that sophomoreace 490 and Bertie Redden 480. Mrs only In selfdefense.The and pressures of a winning season

j said., Steve Bevil probably would Dulaney's 200 was best game. suit was filed Aug. 26 by. I Urt Stick Geed
;$ Snook, Huartc "Kentucky has a tremendous replace Sulllns in the lineup All Fires had a 1707 series,Robert J. Halbworth 29. who I "When you have good string USED HEATERS ?20
f! offense and It will be a real Tulane stressed punting in and Molders 60S top game charged that Durocher struck going, as we had Ian year end' ft4:

3g Set for Aerial. test for us to try to stop them" preparation for Louisiana State Splits wen made by Marge both HOs Minor him on the Jaw outside Dodger I Alabama and Notre Dame'I SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NIW HEATERS
and Fultz
Betty Stadium after others! have this
Ns he added Coach Tommy OTJoyle was tryIng a game 'among year,
5 Duel Saturday' At Lexington Tennessee's opponent to plug the boles that al- In the Sunday of Mixed Farm circuit Bureaued I The Durocher.Dodger answer, you are scared to death. Youilways Central Healing Oil Furnaces $7.50
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H: NEW YORK (AP) Gary session which Kentucky Coach Green Wave punt last week and with. Ted 564 Arnold on games Moose of had 196182116 contended that Hallsworth made happen You are waiting for the' CALL FR 2-9561
3; Snaok of Iowa and John Huarte Charlie Bradshaw called the make several strong punt re- ".n assault" against Durocherand ax to fail"
Brown Team No. S
= of Notre Dame are due to meet turns. a 544 Bob ; that the coach "necessarily Bryant agreed. I' C 8, BOHANNON. JR.
and Bruce
in battle Saturday LSU worked all three platoonson Purdy defended himself." "It's really rugged on you
a pitchers' Jim Brown both had 534s. Arnold had a 208 .
-- -
offense and defense will
= but the best either! can hope for use .
Billy Ezell at quarterback with! top game. I IBetty'
:= Is to wind up as No. :2 behind Nears 2,000In
Olsen of Central Florda '
the first team and Pat Screen
:J2 Tuls., Jerry Rhome. CarriesNEW with !the' Go unit, or second Tile & Marble led the women AVAILABLE NOW !

S Rhome with a half dozen or team. with 480 while Esther VanLeer L All,. .1 New Vol.,3-1
__ __
C* so passing records ,safely YORK (AP) Jimmy Alabama returned to drills Kirkpatrick & Pier on, + r > | |
jg stowed away, Is far in front In Brown's seventh carry next with an eye toward Auburn on had 476.Gridley. I
JJ both passing and total offense, ,Sunday against the Green Bay Thanksgiving Day and a possible Music had a 2288 series -
= according to figures released! Packers will mark another National 10th victory in a row End and Florida Farm Bureau I ? F 0 w o I 1 W1 11'd ''J't, *lootlt' n.t
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5! 'today by the NCAA Service Burn : Football League plateaufor Charlie Stephens injured In the an 835 single game best Splits
:}eau.With two games to 'go, It the Cleveland Browns'great LSU game two weeks ago were made by Mary Mulll n a z
SS Appears Impossible to overhaul running back wprked out for the first time and Bob Brown J-7s; and Men- VFill ,, 12-Inch LongPlayingChristmas
= him. It will be Brown's 2000th attempt since then.Auburn del Mulllnax ...7.>.

to burst through an enemy and Georgia return to
'E statistical contests
-'.left The are big between Snook end line and never before has practice today. Both teams had I Cox Finals ,
made that two days off this week since
an NFL player many 1
::iuarte i In
for the spot
runner-up who broke the 1,. their remaining games art more i
tries. Brown Finals of the Cox
tourney will
Total offense and In the rushing -
1 000 yard mark for the sixth time than a week away, be played Thursday at the Golf
department, where Brian Piccolo 4-11W.1 Carol
of Wake Forest has a lead last Sunday, has gained more RuddcrmansTriumph and Country Club. Qualifyingalso *
that Isn't life yet .* than 10,000 yards since comingInto will start for !the Add! son -
the league eight year ago In Pound event which will be *
The eight-game overall fig. Brown needs just two more played In December. Album
- ures are 2,541 yards for Rhome TDs to top the mark held by the 2-Ball Event
;. 1,991 for Snook and 1,704 for legendary Don Hutson who I
Huarte. scored 105 In 11 seasons Gussle and Jerry Ruddermanwon I Hi-Fi or Stereo
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It's Rhome 185
In passing, NFL rushers with 1,081 yards In at the Golf and Country I
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{ 2 330 yards and 27 touchdowns.California's figures Morris 83. TREES af\
; Craig Morton Iii league Chicago's Johnny
f receiver with Runnersup were Mr. and Mrs.
Is the top pass
e tas lea
aecond with 165 completions.
77 catches Bart Starr of Green Burton Woodward with a 634 AILING? In

Piccolo leads the runners with Jay tops the passers and Lenny Ruby and Ed O'Kelley tied for Our servlce' ere the Features Gordon M"" ,,. Martha Wright Franco Coralff
929 yards total Donnie Anderson -Moore of Baltimore Is the leading low gross laurels with Rachel ,. -Our prices' ore Roberta Peters and the Columbus with U U
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Bill Peterson said Florida State PHONE
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I 18 Gainesville Sun Wednesday. November 18, 1964


Gilchrist Fired


By Buffalo Bills

By LEE COPPOLA Kansas City which had priori
Associated Press Writer rights because of worse records
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Controversial this season, said they weren't
Cookie Cilchrlit, the Interested In the 29-year-old full
American Football League's back. -
leading rusher and 1962 Player The Oakland Raiders, who
oHhe Year, appeared headed discussed the situation! Tuesday = pl SAVE MAID STAMPS FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
foE either the Oakland Raiders night, said they would wait until s
orthe New York Jeti today aft Wednesday! to see what the oth- s'r.esar .
er-being! discarded by the Buf er clubs did. The Raiders, witha
faR Bills. 2-71 record, could grab him
The Bills, pace-setters In the unless Houston ((2.8-0)) and Den- ROAST EXTRA
Eastern Division and hoping to ver (24-0)) changed signals 1 II 100
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win! their tint AFL title, fired the Raiders also Cookie .."w. <<..<.<. .mxw..Yo: .' :': ': :: ::::::r. :::: :::w" 'w"r-.:.:: :. MSrNr.RIeM" W..r.rn S.d-Rb
thi $30000 a year, 250-pound will Jets. pass ... ...... :....":;:" ::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::;;::::;;::: :::;:::::: ::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:;:;:...::. :':: : I1LiI! LAID I STAMPSGRADE
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fullback by placing him on the Gilchrist, when he got the "A"; ;;'QUl it'F'R Z''N"'U"'W' Mg JrLE? 69 C "No Necessarythe .
block for said Coupon
waiver $100. They word of his axing said he would aror FWID,
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thEy wouldn't withdraw the like to play with either the Jets With the Purchase of

waivers:hUB Gilchrist either. was available or Raiders. : SUPER RIGHT Wow.." tool Swift's Premium Cooked Canned
"His Is himself
only concern
for the $100 to the AFL club
and how much yardage he can RIB STEAK
with the poorest record. The
Ham SLB.CAN $3.69
Baton Patriots and the Jets put gain," said Buffalo Coach Lou ,."...:.,.
In-e claim. Houston, Denver and Saban. %r''r' Boneless
"Certain incidents have taken I
r.a wga wwIT 'Ulf! place over the last six weeks 10 to f:: :"i 99cIto.

1 which were uncalled for, in my 17.lbs. K. : .. .. .. .
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'"This Is my third year and ::;! :i sup!. RIGHT PURl PORK 1 Jena ,....: S lit. t!:
about the fifth time they've : :;;:'. : i FruitCak* ring $3.99 II i
tried to trade me. It's apparent : :::'::.:..fY;.; C.upons 0"g H/.. No.ombl rl
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they didn't want me around,
said Gilchrist. I Mi: "SUPER-RIGHT" SHORT SHANK tIi: '3 I IB BAGS $1.00 f.!i

Gilchrist Top, top Rusher rusher In the t.! 3 Cop'n 10-01 John'i Pkgi Froitn French Frlid r--=- = = :::::::;
league with 751 yards i 111162 car
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day when the Bills ((1-1) lost ;;..:.:'. FULLY f.......'.). !,p:: 1WII'ft I
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Ightytar veteran, was taken Portion or C ..
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and I LB SpoclolPicklePvlchSw.Mlx.d Gehft !
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Pickles 29c
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'Y REVIEW. ",".r .... REPORT A' I llJj_ : ';. :' Bradford Co. Chances 'Nil I

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I Late Morning Getting College

Readers' Request N. Y. Listing

AllisChal 22"% GenMtrs 99 STARKE The chances of

Alcoa 63. Goodrich 68 I locating the proposed Alachua-
This, tollnrtnf. WlrM ".uot llw>i >.* AmAir 46% Goody 47'. Bradford County Junior Collegein
E';::; .""r:: .;: N ::: AmBrk 49 GulfOil 6m87i Bradford County are "nil,"
AmCan 43% IntNick Let G. Henderson told the Brad-

;WdberaMorphey AmCyan 66% IntPap 37H' ford High PTA last night. A

AmMot 15% Jone &.L 75'431U Henderson, who la assistant

NEW YORK Steel Drug ._..... .. .65 28% Fidelity Fund -. ... ........ 18 K I AT&T 67. KaisAl director of the Florida Divisionof
STOCK EXCHANGE Texas Util .. ? .... 1.20 6314 Fidelity Trend ................... 20.n AmTob 36'. Ken'cott 96'. Community Junior Colleges
Abbott Lab _.... 2.40 44 Textron ..?...-....... 1.40 40', fund'tal Invest ._...... 11.py AmpxCp 15'. LIK& fy KS<4 I old the audience of about 100 v
Allied Chem 1.80 Wt Tidewater. ._...... 35 Income of Boston .................. 8.71 Anaconda 56'% Loch'd 37' that the facility would have to
Amerada Pt ............ 2.00 84'11 Trans W A. ............ Si'. Incorporated Inc ...........,... 10 03 Armour 56 Lorillard 44T34Vi. be placed where the vast majority -
Am Elc Pow ._ 1.16b 44"-" Union Pac ?........... 1.SOa 44"% Keystone K.2 ._.............. 6.01 Babcock 38% Mag'vox of the students are
Amer Enka ........... 1.4Oa 70-\ 'Und Air L """""' 1.Sob 58% Keystone S-3 ........... _.. 17 2t! BethStl 37% MM4M 61
Amer Hone ........... 1.44a es' Upjohn .... ........ .... 1.00 50"% Keystone S-4 ..... .... 5 30 I Boeing 65. N.AmAv Sl67U He gave a general talkon
Amer M Fdy _...... .90 8" .Jim Walter .. .. 25,. I Life Investors .... .-...........1036: Borden 79% Penney what a junior college Is, estimated -
Armco StJ ._... 3.00 87""% War Lamb ....... .... 70 31*.' Life Stock Fund. .. ........... .. 7.M Brunswk 39% PRR 40116I that Bradford County'scost 'r"r
Atch Topka 1.2Oa 34"i :Worthintn ... .... .. 1.50 54 Mass Inv Stock .................. 17 I Celanese 74% PepCola 59 In the project would be ,
Baxter Lall.. .36 27" Xerox! ? ._..__ 1024 Mass. Inv Growth ........ 9.23 Chrysler 58'. PhilMor 7811 about $7,500, and said It wouldbe
Beckman In 71x' :Zenith _..,. _,,, 1.20a 68% Pioneer Fund ... .... ...... 10.43 CocaCola 138% PhillPet 52' located north of Gainesville
Beech US. __. 1.10 54'4' Puritan Fund ?._._, .. 9.(8 ComEd 55 Revlon 38S' in a location convenient to both
Bristol My .__ .80. 84"4 OVER THE COUNTER Putnam Growth _....... 18.49 ConEd 92% ReyTob 414 counties

Brown Shoe. ...... 3.40 109 NIW ttkM YOKK woWkyn API, -, Tt baud.. Mlowlnf' kv' MdKM Ho TV & Elec .......-..-..._. 8.20 ContCan 52% SouthnC 65<4 Henderson said the proposed
Brunswick ._ 11I :...H.n.11........ANOCIMM M not' rMrtMM II iKiirlllM awn' Iran DM Value Line Inc .__._ 5.90 DowChe 80 Sp4.'rryR 14'. ,nstitution would be strongly or-
Cambell S __.. 2.40 34'4' ,cat ,. bill .r. H<. NSDl soot..*. Wellington Fund _. .... .... 15.89 duPont 2874 SIBrand 80% rated toward vocational trailing ,
X Hit r.n.. within hick. HMW Mcurl. EAL 40% StONJ: 90490S
Carter Pdt 1.00a 17" :lea couM h... bin MM bid rAllco but that it would also provide .
Case J I .__.... 18""% 'oought .......11 E.Kodak 141 Texaco good courses In liberal arts
Cessna Air 1.00 30% Land ...._....... .... 11M,I Comp Vol. Clote Changes I Firestone 44<4 Thiokol 13
rhea Ohio ........, 4.00 75% Amer Fidel Life 24%I 206100 Mdsn Sq Gds 3'4 up % FlaP&L 84'4 UCarb 125' He said location of a jun I lor
Coas S Gas ... _... 36% Amer Heritage ,.......,, 22 114.000 Collins& Aikmn 23 up '., Ford 58H UnitAlrc 57V college In this general area
CBS *.._ ...._ 180b 43% Amer Mat Ins ..,? ___ 19%110100 Com Sat Cp 45',. up 1% FreptSul 45<.4 USSteel 55'i would Increase the number of I __
Comb Eng 1.20. 37V4 Amer Pioneer Life ....... 8'%1 I 109600 RCA 34i4 up ** FruehTr 32 UnivMat 13V students who further their education I ,.1

Comsat Corp. ...... 45% Anheuser Busch __,. 62%I 58.700 Pan Am 32', up % GenDyn 37% WestgEl 43S by attending senior colleges I
Cone Mills...-.., .80 22'4 Anodyne _.. u---. .. ..... 5 50800 Erie-Lack 7% up % GenEI 18', WlnnDix 40'4 DAP wiryp/Ntc is tile teal
Cont Airl .......... .40 22ViContllns" Citizens Bank .__?. .,... 64 48.500 Univ Amer 84' up U GenFds 84'4 Woolwth 30% The speaker was Introduced Tears of Joy -
_..,-.220 63 Conn Lt & Pow ?_...38%, 47.000 Am Tel 4 Tel 17% up i, GenMills 43% by Guy Andrews, chairman of
Contd Data _.,.. 54Vi Cowles Mag It Pb 12%, 45,300 Amer Motors 154 off % the program committee. Georgia Cnnirreiwman Carl Mnnon (right/) wipe team from MM eyes duri
Corn fdts "r-'! 1.50 52H Dunn& Bridal ........?.?? (4 45,300 Gen Motors 98', up 1U Kelly Says Inir a luncheon Tuesday In bin honor where Senator Herman Talmadg-e (left)
Delta Air .....-..160 63% Florida Gas _. 12 43500 Wstrn Air LI 3511 up 1 BUS Principal C. M. Clark eulogized him In a speech along with many other dignitaries during "Carl I Vln-
Dft Steel ___..._ .60 14 Fla Nat'l Bank -.... 64 38.500 Mc Dermott 39% unch Burns Can said the talk was well recelv. son Day"' In his home town of !\IllIfd'UllI.( Ga. Innon will retire noon from .fiO
Emerson EI 1.00 43''% Fin Tele _? 29', 38.5N Xerox Corp 1024 off ll% ed. and that it gave hint'"Ideas years of service 1 In the_1I0 1I', He U 81 year old today
Fair Camera _.. .SOg 23''% Forrest Labs 25% 37.400 Chrysler 584 up % I hadn't heard before"

flnan'l Fed ...._ 37 Founders Life ? ._ 9% 36,800 Penn RR 40'4 up .. Be Licked
.._.. U7f 25', franklin Life ._ W% State
Fat Chartr ???????? | They Talked Farm Bureau Nu
Fst. West. Flo. 12'1 Great American __. ,_ lilt AMER STK EXCII MIAMI (AP) Scott Kelly, lesOfficers

ria E Cst 15. Grolier .,_. _. .. ._._. 37% ACTIVE STOCKS third In the Democratic guber Too
food Fair ._ .90 244 Gulf Life .....-.. .... ..... 50% Volume Clone Change natorlal primary last May and Much
fMC Corp __ 1.00 63. Herff Jones_?... ... .,".. ..? 50" 0.500 Financial Gen 14% up % continuing 'to look forward to Ends ConventionORLANDO ;
Frlto Lay _.._, 41'4 Home Ins c...__. "' ....... 68% (2.200 New Idria 2% unch 1966," says Gov:Elect Haydon EVANSVILLE: (AP) -A ,
Gen Tele .88 38"Va % Kennasaw Life .. .. >% 46,600 Fotochrome 134 off 44 Burns can be defeated at that stolen I recording device

Pact ......-, 1.00b 5804etly LIfe of Fla .... ....... .. 9:% 3.200 H & B Amer 4% up % time."I'm. squealed on two teen-agera. Detective -EH. FinUy. Quincy; Walter Welkener, Jack. Rowell, Wildwood, Art Kant,
Oil .]Og 29\1\ Lowes Company ._ 20% 36,300 TWA -Wta33 up tt not announcing my candidacy Sgt. Gerald Baggerly, I eon, Greenville, was re elected aonvllle; Hal Chalres, Oh I d Vero Beach, Bryan W, J u due,
Grace Co ...._ 1.00b 51 Milgo Electron .., .. 9''% at this time," the former following a tip Tuesday, went 4 to his 14th term as president Town; Charles Freeman, Okee, Sr, Orlando, Ray Farwell Zol-
Hel CUrtis _...._ .80 15 Mort Guaranty Ins. .. 25"% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS state senator from Lakelandsaid to the apartment of Jack Smith I of the Florida Farm Bureau chobee: Dudley Putnam, Bar, fo Springs, Robert Denting r,
IBM' _._ 5.00 431 Pacific SW Air .. ..? 30. Purchases .. __ .... ...... 442,481 In Miami Tuesday But he 19, and John Wlngert 18 Thereto : Federation yesterday at tow; Henry Prine, Palmetto;,; Dade City; and Mrs George
Int Min C .1.80a 39 Schlltz Brew... 43% Short Sales ..... .......... ...... 3.352 Intends "to keep my organiza- found the recorder 10 car- the' final session of the group I Walter J. Kautx, Canal Point;: W. Munroe, Quincy,
lot Tele _-, 1.00 8O' Secur Life & Tr .. ........60 Other Sales ._....... 451,084 ton Intact and improve It." ons: of cigarettes and some foreign 3rd annual meeting. and Mrs Francis Corrlgan 1 ,, Earl Zlebarth, Pierson, was
Kellogg JOa .52. Southern Nitro .... ... 25 Total Sales ___ 454431 Kelly, In an Interview, atlrlb-I'I'! coins. Other officers for the coming Bradenton named director at large fore
Lehman Cp .... 134e 31'% Traveler Ins ___ 39', PREVIOUS !uted the Democratic I year Include Dudley P u t nam, Holdover directors, with one year
Litton In ._.. ......... 1.98 75 Universal Cigar .. .. 5% DAY'SSTOCK Florida to the teamwork of the Baggerly said when he flipped j jtin Barlow, vice president; WalterJ year terms remaining, an I About 500 delegates of Florida .
Lone S Cm .._ ..100 21 Union Security & Inv _. 10 MARKET ohnson.Humphrey ticket, the I the machine, It reported It .J Kauti, Canal Point, treasurer Wayne Mlxson, Campbellon, 'i 64 county Farm Bureau
Marsh FId ......,...,.. 1.60 533. Advances ._??. ........... ...... 659 state Democratic congressional I had been stolen from the First Robert R. Drnllnner, Dad E. H. Flnlayaon Greenville 1 I I : were present for the three-day
Martin M ___ 1.00 20'i AMERICAN Declines .......................... ... .. 442 delegation and the Cabinet Presbyterian church. The detective C City, secretary; and T. K. Me- Loran Terry, OBrlen; E. C annual meetingIn Orlando
STOCK EXCHANGE Unchanged .. .............. ...... said the
McG Hill ___ .. .60a 35% ? ? ? 29J He said Duval County homeof youths had Clune:: Jr., Calnravllle, executive -
Aerojet.Gen 26" Total Issues ........ .... ... recorded
Mead 1.70 50% 1,391 Burns went Republican and : the confession during I Ia : vice president.
t.lerkd Corp__.....2.Ma 49>/4 Analex Corp ... 27" New 198344 Highs __ 114 I added: 'If Burns helped .the party when someone Isked)Ic Richard \ Duval School Illness
FmUy, Jay, and
Iliad Alrl __ .80 81'N Aqua Aurora Chem Plastics___...28'4. 14 New 196344 Lows ..._..._ 11 ticket, I didn't see It." where they got the-machine.- John Kaufm, Tavares, were I

Y CenU _.,.... JOff 48'% .. elected to aerv two years on
Barnes Engineer ... ..., 22'4
tlla M Pow __ 2.00 55% Butler Shot .._ U -YOUR l\IONEY'S WORTH the member board of dire*r> Will Spread: Buriisj
Norfolk W ........- '.00 142V4 Chromsloy .. IS" tori. '

l-Jo 1ndPS..1.48 61Itio Cinerama[ _. ._ 4\14: Robert Clark Ft Lauderdale.I'
Gas 1.80 58" I JACKSONVILLE: ,,
Nat Computer[ Scl 24" was elected for (AP- Governor common problem In other 10
Urn Math 1.20 424pwena .. .. t sa one year, filling elect Hay dOli Burn, Florida communities. _
.. Cutter Labs A _- .. 161 How to Save on Taxcs-3 ; the unexplrxd term of William warned ,
n c _. 2.SO 107 Tuesday night that the
Data Control _. _. 58' Boyd Miami, who resigned Burns, speaking at the SUM
Pac G & E 1.00 35 Fulton bids _._ 9V.: afi crisis facing Duval County Chamber of Commerce aniuUI 1
Pac LUng 2.40 321 elected for two year high schools, recommended for
I Gen Develop .__ 44 I- banquet said the problem wttl
Pac T & T 1.20 29 were Forrtst Davis, Jr., dlsaccredltatlon be
fax Molt Mkts __ Porter ; may_. soon be a common area of ooj-
Pan Arnet' A ..._..,1.20 32'. i Mackey Airlines 6% By Sylvia .,, ; ; cern for every prospering com.

Parke Du _.... 1.00 2811 1 1rennzoll Mead Johnson ,, ... .. ..., 1S'4 I Stiulcnls Sail Over Car munlly In the stale." .
_....; 2.00 45" Pac NW Tele ..._ 22 1,, Let'i say you could cut you r any U.S. savings bonds, y 0I consists of Interest and taxes The Florida AccredltaCTiQi
Pfizer ...._. .80a 49" Philips Elc ...__. 48'1, income tax bill by switching can delay your customs until I and you could repay the entire Yards Porch In Alto I,Committee of the Southern education
Phelps Dg._... 3.00 m. Redwing Carriers _..._. 10x'Ric of 1984 Income Inti,D January 1965 Then the Interest .. rwo of $900 of 1M3 Inter Association recommeffi
Polaroid ...,... ._ .20 173'4Pub Croup .... ._ ..3 some your accrued on your bonds I est and taxes this year In I ed earlier this month that tINt
Sv E G.......... 2 60 384 Sperry R. Wis. .". .. 61 t 1965 or by paying some o f would be taxed In 1965 rather. addition to the l0 owed In MIAMI (AP-Three) Universal i next yard took a piggyback county 11 high schools 15

Pure 011 _..._..... 100 56Rayonier Syntex ........_.."'._ 54... your 1965 expense I In 1964 than In 1964. 1964 You could then take $1 1. ty If Miami students I ride on the roof of a parked automobile dropped from accreditation 55raue -
__.._ 100 42'Rexal1 .rampa Flee .....,.....,. 28" Millions of ui will be able U t (S) If you have deductible 800 of Itemized actual deductions their car off a house roof Tues-I of lack of financial support
.50b 594.Reyn .tech Measur ._. 17"rwA save by switching biciun! expense which you normally In 1984 and, even though :day night In what police called Bounced off the car la the for education
Metl SO 3W' ,. Wts .__ 33 19651 Individual Income tai I would pay in 1965 such as you have no actual deductions the wildest\ ride ever made I porch roof In the next ,ard.Toppl.d Burns said thai the i e Hi
Rich Herr 100 57'1 Valspar __ 7 rates will be lower than 19641or I taxes, Interest medical es, at all In 1M5, you could take I down Old Cutler Road" source for local funds for eduZS
R C Cola .. .. 1.20 19V4 because of special persona:I I senses you can try to pay the |1.000 standard deduction. With II year old Jerome off the roof, landed lion la ad valorem! taxes. -
Roy Dutch 1.73g 474Searle MUTUAL FUNDS circumstance How do you go I them no later than Dec. 31,'This would raise your 1964-65'I 0 Connell of Miami at the wheel with wheels up and caught fire "Real estate cannot conlioi
Gd" .__ .90 644 UlUlated'Fund _.... .._. 80$ about IP 1984 This will permit toy deductions from $2000 to 12I I this Is what detectives said hap. Connell., trapped under the tit support this No. 1 aC'
Singer ."..".........._... 200 13''% I:apital LIfe & Gr _..... 1002"vers deduct of Interest you 800. Even If you can't shift 1111 pened: heel, bad to be pulled out but Bums said. _
:Smith KIn ... .. .... 1.201 64u. I ISou Growth_ ._ 10 51 ((1)) If you earn money b and taxes payments which are accepted'of your actual deductions from The car roared through a slop was reported In fair condition Burns urged chamber mOB
Ed ........_ 1.05 37'% I)Ivldend Shares 3.17 performing services: you can ,
Cal la 1964 even though the one-year to another, carefullycheck sign at 100 miles an hour, hit a I it a hospital. I hers to consider the problenntf
St Oil Cal _'''' _. 2.00 72411,II IISt )reyful ........._. -. _. 21.57 delay sending out bills for rourservlcel menu are not due until pay nextyear how bunching" can payoff I bump and careened Into a front His passenger, John Kane of I education throughout the stfS
Oil Jnd __ 2.00b 43'41 fldeUty Clpit _._..........,...... 11.161 postpone to payment a date to which until will I for you. yard Coral: Cables' and Dan Mlchal '"If not for the sake of jy
963. For instance, If you are required (Neil: Corporal guides Hit another bump, became[10 f Fort Lauderdale, both If, auf :youth, for the sake of our b2-!
to half of dividends, income averaging' I airborne and, sailing Into the,ft led minor Injuries i I II II sell climate" *"
'NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, NOV. 17 i (2) If you are an employewho estate tai bill In October yourreal
<.> H** 1m* TtaMi expects a bonus or other
;!%4 and half In AprU 196S and
High Low Close Net Che. / special compensation, you can Homestead
2S hill 146.17 MS.SI 14587 U, .87 I treat the bonus as 196$ Incomeif your community the April allows 1965 Installment you to Exemptyn Not' I
25 Muitrials 915.J9 90145 90752 Dp 7.54 I It la paid to you In 198$ prepay In December
50 Stocks 53128 522.63 52669 Up 4.20I I even If you did the work you can I
deduct the
I which earned the bonus In April prepayment
1984. A warning: You can't report I this year Or If you have a

STOCK FLASHES employer the bonus offers In It 1965 to II you your In payment Joan and la of your willing interest bank to due accept or In otherlender Likely to Relax Statewide \ I

1964 and then at your request .1
MARKET ; holds off payment until I'In 1964 you can deeut
prepayment this .
The 1 yv*. ., though, nv doewi t ot-'" year By PAUL WILLS I da'i Constitution In I9M It slat
J NEW YORK surged(AP) -further w a brae veregeaPrevieua fir It to you In 1964 and just: A key to your decision on, TALLAHASSEE (AP- Florida '1' r'eak by Sarasota CodA ply says that the first HMD
stock market whether
Day 2nd flour pays It to you bi IMS say' to speed up or defer voters tweaked Ihe tall of apolitical I valuation of tire homo and laid
into record earlynth anafterr'Wool' on Jan. 2 you can properly expenses between 1964! and stored row homestead on which the) owner act all t
heivy trading 885 39 30 lnduat ( up 890 report the bonus ss part of 965 Is bow your Itemized .1',exemption-Nnv. 3. but pose : Wound lo Shrug Off live will b* exempt from gmersl -
21682 26 Raua up .80 'your IMS Income j ducthms compare with I your.,)Ik-ally nobody/ thinks they are county property taxes'

! Blue chip !leadership again 134.37 13 UtiL up .It. (3)) If you sell property at a standard. deduction and,,about In give It the at. tjtcwirte rote enly alter Par a- I ly approved It m a local: referendum .((whether fur schools or general
I markets there I II a simple tax saving! School officials who have been'''K>U County honwumrwrs then | ."
lIved the way for the 312.00 16 Suocka up T83S.sneo1 profit In 1964, you can DM the > J I aunty spending It can be bUd
:advance which wu now bringing Installment m e t b d of reporting opportunity here which you:'struggling for years to get morn wives had approved It In a ret The change night encourage.for special benefits such :Ji
it within lulling distance of Volume 1it0,000 Income in order to defer ,well may overlook. The heart I ry' don't view the slight relaxation i iI ertndum confined to tile coon other count*! to try tile lame.drainage, sewerage and flood.
another "magic number" -WOJn pa'inllu on some or all,]of the tax saving lies in I t I of the exemption In Sarasota tj. (move bi the future but Bait- control. -
Jones Industrial av.L L bunching your actual Itemized 4 County[ as any strong Indication I! And even then, atatewki, n I' dldnt tnmk tt could
Dow until later
the "ersge at MOB was up 8 8S to of your profit mike year* ,expenditure, lot two year Jn-(|.11to that It would bo extended state.000 persona MUd against M eye sagiven slgmflttwe, beyond It was placed In UM ConsWi-
But must sure that
,rage. 89204 you one year to permit you to'i!.wide.la. I while 421 m voted tar it. I(that point I ton after many people Ins thQr
: DuPont. Sean Roebuck and the: payments you receive I la,deduct larger actual expenses) tact the opposite to morel! While the people statewide) TIle Florida Education Aitoci-, !home through tax tomkeurea.
Electric\ were among Prices were Irregularly high, : are not more thai 1o per la one year and then to ne'i', I had The U.OM exemption by d9pres.loet -
General / I to1 nearly true were approving it. SaraaoU nan urged statewide approval
to active
er fairly trading oa cent of the selling price
the front runners the American Stock Exchange have the privilege of ,,the higher standard deduction) Under the change, homeownHI >:County YOtm approved It again. of Saraaota County day value simply
' 'bowl I chonsMgj,ia the other year. !ITo will pay school taxes only- 13.Tit for to II4Z aialntLWith :move only because KM county' look tile average persna' hotua
Early gains by motors, Corporate bonds were an.i lo report your taxable profit In, IDuttrst, I off the tax roll*. Its prime movers
the ,
tilt suppose your I Hot general county taxes-on so many' stet east !had approved It earlier
ever. were pared away u |(changed to aamwly mixed,IPUA jroporton to the actual pay-1 Hemued deductible were William C I Homestattd
", expel 1.1 first .* of their bomnttad;againtl tt by teeele l who The aMoelation I. w i the
session CG unued. Ottomarket I L government bonds were menu you receive during each'(for uses Merest, medical'I;property, receive the exempted, have
( each dollar
) and to
lower as a groupwheelbona i.mostly uncharged. rear 1 njtiuet etc run about 8900 e M the next U 008 and thea pay:'taxM. tt would appear ca roadblock I* full school fl almost! won die governorship .
were unchanged. O4 payment you receive eonudertd a year and yen also are entitled gala en property above 17.00*.II chancel *f a statewide) rttauUoo nearing than t OM tax valuation I to 13 on die *trtnjth.-jf
* But enough! of the "key part raven of A ytir to aa epUMal standard II Tbs effect of this will be to: la being approved would be of property at at Ins than full the preposal and Dwight -L,
locks": were .Ir\III'1O that the net and part profit ward)deductoa of |1.8'10. Bacaus* levy school taxes ea many !home I i marly aiL ]|(I market ...... I Roger of far Lasderd Q,
averages pt a powerful kick toigher tag: aT you take anything twIt,the I1.M standard deducttoa'!'iwners who. are pow exempt be- State School 8upt Thames D'I If all property was taxed at member of the Hoos and' MM

> levels. Croup to Meet 39 his I per cent of the> have seuaig to price,. I* larger than your 8m of ae-le! awe they .... tow.value ham s.l;|Bailey/ who la closer .to ttta maney -'fair' value, the homestead ntmpUon -l father of R p. Paul Rog.rs'p.
i The Associated Press pile stock: at aona ws *p Ii4 I Ito TALLAHASSEE (AP The art kic.rne.lilt Eve entars a profit 31 a* vest'payment UMt km take the standard 81,-|bM y edwr and-assuming: a re1lucUoo I IMII. said: great a problem" I 1pI/IreIm1ll// The only prrviou chang rji
m .. putting it j\att .'*" [1 legislative council will meet, would bar per '| d < ictloa to 1X4 and d .ss school: miRage beau "think noti people voted for Uld. 'the 30-year-oltl tai exempUii
last record ctonag! high- lIJI I bere Saturday to art ape ached you frJm'1 gain, ** IJtt and limit your'c' of the Us broadening ii I I ha amendment, ai I did. became Every homeowner hi Florida:were to broaden It =
installment method
J I alt for recehri | report from tsoig the ,I total deductions to 12.... |will mean a redurUNi for .tt Sara-
trials were op 18, rail ap t peep appbed only to "has profited Mder tile tat iteinptmi It still take a !rave poLtK! im
tad utilities ap J. :21 commmee 0 r c nnienda-j< reportlrg I But suppoM your V II each f: )le owning expensive homes, ''I i iTlw IOta County and the pwp| offjruoU It was a depreulon-'who ts certain of his hold aa Bs.eoMUueota
TU U. Jb J;.*-...., .*I I tines to the 130 LetulaUff I (4) H you plan to cash by; ytar's actual exptastsj relaiatwa.. ratted by.1 County have prtvtoua-:days propoMl placed to Ftort-l(. u epposa lt. "':



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MARJORIE HUNTERWASHINGTON (late 1967. ingredients into delightful dishes enough.) yeasty stew 1510 AlII III 0.....

By The White President Johnson will participate then entitling the result with The Ingredients of this little Tike one au It aD 'I dag-' ,

House announced Tuesday [that in the ground. breaking names unpronouncable.To film with a slightly Turkish liar well encrusted with thumb-

ground will be broken hire ceremonies to which about 2,. PDd' the French, plain food aroma are simple: i u s pense, sized emeralds. Store carefully

Dec. 2 for the $31 million John 000 government leaders members yd1'; becomes cuisine.So comedy and talent, ably blend. away in a well-gusrded, burglarproof SUBURBIA I

It is no surprise to find a Jules Daasiiu museum.
F. Kennedy Center for the performing of Congress, diplomats I ed by

Arts. and leaders In the drive for the new FrenchImport Serving/ up the cuisine are Mix well, let boil and you STARTS TONIGHT 7:00

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federal and private donations, I Officials of the center conceded TO State, as tasty A :SUit could be wished Me II D a 1 Topkapi! 5.(731 NEW..IN COLOR_

will be built on the bante of [ that they are still about and dellghtfu be with I Mercourl Maximillian Schell. Which, one suspects, Is a very \1'5 0100
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lion Is scheduled to begin .next In order to obtain $15.S in name read Rev low tey Some M glaciers remain In ,

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wIll =;:::. = $ Chet hr 10.5l1. 'I congressional authorization the for the national late cultural President.center IN THI :OUTO-ICT COURT OP" TAO In one ahe-rogue, slightly l ) half mile deep Icefields that a 'ANNETTE' FUNICEltO
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DEAR ABBY: How long Is a girl supposed to wait for a trust the teacher placed in us. Needless to say the new boy KIM BE GOOD ALICt t4AIN'T ASONCi 1N Ot10. w!;Worn; YOKUMAN'LL SNOW
man to marry her? I'vt been going with him for 16 years. Improved. wNLWfL WIP SADIE LLIOIDLEfj HtART51f DE AT Tl-I O'A MINSTER TNET'L6MERCII
I am 46, have been married no children. He's 58, has never MRS. R. E. R, MAWMNSDACQMIN' / OI9AK6 ME WCX LZ
and 0 ? THAT I HAYLEY: M1LL5,1-}
been married owns hit own business, lives in style 3
likes to travel (alone.) At first his excuse was that he had DEAR ABBY: Regarding the woman whose daughter had r., MONSTER'fera.
to support his mother. That may have been true 16 years been badly disfigured in an accident and was fearful of re- .;; .4 N rH
ago but today she needs his "support" like I need a holein turning to school while In! dire need of plastic surgery:
my head. He's made some shrewd investments for My neighbor had a son who had a dental problem and he
her (she owns two luxury apartment buildings) and her Income was worried about going back to school wearing the necessary
is over $33,000 a year. (I know. I work for him.) brace-type appliance on his head. His teacher had him get
In private he tells me he "loves" me. In public he refers up before the class and explain what it was all about. )
to our relationship as "pals" or "buddies." I'm sure There was never one bit of ridicule or rudeness from the
.he doesn't have anybody else (In town anyway) and I certainly children once they understood the problem.If L .c_
don't have another man and don't want one. How do that mother would go to school and speak to the class T,IM N M.J.. Iri
:I get him to marry me? and explain'! what had happened to her daughter and how they
I ON ICE 16 YEARS hoped to correct it In the future I'm sure she would find
DEAR ON ICE No preacher would marry a woman to a the children very sympathetic and extremely kind to the ":"4 y i'- $W/NG YORE WHAT DID tI
;man with a gun I In his ribs! Your friend Is surely not waitIng child. Young people are amazingly cooperative when put to Est PpuND ANA 'TN' FIDDLER tj I I I ,
for you to propose so give him the "now or never" the test. THELMA. .w...t. ( R STOP FIDDLIN'FER :;:::: ( ,
I ultimatum. But be prepared for a negative reply. JW 'ROt1ND T t
DEAR ABBY: I know it's bad psychology to keep after {/"J cifI !
DEAR ABBY: The letter from Mrs. S. regarding her disfigured my teen-age daughter to stand up straight, but her lovely I
daughter brought back memories of an Incident which figure Is spoiled by the way she stands. She either has one J
occurred when I was In the fourth grade As I look back hip sticking out, or one toe turned in, or she stands with
now, I realize how much wisdom and understanding our teacher her shoulders stooped and her stomach sticking out. I hate ((. .
showed. She chose the most popular boy In the class- myself for constantly critlclzng her in front of others, but ; '(-I
one whom all the other boys looked up to-and she told him how else can I get her to pay some attention to her posture JZ J"J J
privately "Tomorrow we are going to have a new boy In and improve It? {
class. He stutters badly. The best way to overcome stuttering ON EDGE -
is to read aloud. If you children laugh at him, or make DEAR ON Don't ever criticize your teen-aged daughter 11-Ia
fun of him when he stutters, It will make his stutteringworse. In the pretence of others. Humiliation never Improved any. I
If you show no signs of noticing it, you will help one. Explain how Important good posture Is to the Impression AS USUALHB WAS THE I CAN HARDLY tHIS EXPERIMENT WAS
him tremendously. It is up to you children. I am dependingon one creates. Work out a few signals between yourselves '... DOCTOR FROST WHY I LAST ONB OUTBELIEVE IT. NOW COULD T9 CLIMAX THB DOCTOR'S
you. Spread the word to every boy in the class" at a silent reminder to Improve her posture. (Smooth your I.-'' ear HIM LAST NIGHT t LEFT HIM THSIRg-. ANYONE MOVB THAT pPOFe5CIONAL THIS A BODY LIFE'WAS
I was the girl chosen to get the word to all the girls. hair or touch your left eyebrow.) She'll appreciate your I U AETOUT 7 O'CLOCK WHEN J piece Ce? SNATCH? MAY6
:As I recall not one person !in the class ever violated the consideration and you'll gel your point across palalesaly.T. < we FRozeN qurr WORK CORPS ON THSJ fWIIO UZZntAraE

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WASHINGTON With all clearance. Don't forget you once of Agriculture? I'm tops In farm- couldn't help you there."- :] AnNAUNUTw. wtwm laets sor :sa3F) CHIN yOJRsELPON
efficiency the one thing the Soviets said you'd bury us, and It's probably ing. I could be In charge of baseball Czar*" Nikl- 'I'D TAIO THAT jf" J.Y THAT L1IK3
forgot to do was take out In your FBI file." collective farms." .
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White House. It will probably be controlled Communist press" farms Mr. Khrushchev." pasttime Im not r:.. f
denied but the other night the Mr. K. whispered "I could "I could start some for you, want a Russian to head w
hot line rang and Khrushchevwas make a good Russian expert 1 he bogged. .." -:
on It know everything I did wrong In "I don't think that would must be something
''"Hello Tovarich It's Nik" a the last 12 years." work." President After all I did

voice whispered when the Preil- "It isn't Just the bury us line 'Is there anything open at America these past few
; dent answered the phone. that would cause trouble. But Disneyland" ."
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< flown everything?" your shoe at the United Nations you know that's not a govern for someone to take over '
"Sh sh, sh, not so loud. They Well the Security people wcr'd ment-owned project. Mr. Disney i Republican National Com-- -
may be listening outside the I probably *' 'nk you were un hires his own people! I I' .."
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"I imagine you have a lot of Kaptuf the only reason I took State?" wouldn't bother ...
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expert, could you?" "I'd like to help you. Mr they would bring up the carpet-:: In a miucial Instrument!
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"Me. I and Ive got an economy drive!for me to do. Perhaps advertising claims that a clarinet,
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nice of you to offer, but I don/Ijustify:[ IL" !one who uses greasy kid stuff hose produced Just as
think I could get you a security What about the Department,too' ha hair." j I music.



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M 0.nc. to live mml FINANCIALOpooftvnlrlM KUT 'N KURL llAuyy IALONIMUIV pills _tv.n""", ruMPrMMMl 'b/stp live Note 155 55400 M SATURDAY
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MAID MAM'. ADD55/5 .a.
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W ..,...... MMrMYM TRICNIM LIQUID IMHOIDIIIV" Otters 5,05150 M 110500001 MM
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full Almiplwrt tofl MILAN n. MtM A.*. 11.1 ..",...... Mutt M b55N
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TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF C.Nslas 11* PhM. 'II rllll MIN rams Is is II N 1r5M' 1sr 4.5 tnd 1P'Mte .Mnlw N HOMES, I
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WOULD Ill. Mrs ar11dr01" 55 Ours CIVIL SERVICE '
ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDI V RM llW iKtMogM1a ter III 5/.S./ 5050505 ....... ,... Eo.mMrlns, Pr IltemMia' 105. 'Irlda,
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RENTALS PLAY SCHOOL P l .11tJ Niwwrry law 4tfll f.

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: fH. 171-1411 WAITRESS WANTED


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CORP. 1965 12.ft. Wide SPECIAL OFFER
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DAYS TM 1P.cI.l ,..d .. 18 Point cle1K..N NM t7. .

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DOWN ..aEt f

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26 Gainesville! Sun Wtdiwiday November 18. 1964
.... ...


I Clean out the Closets/ & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra CLASSIFIED caih Person to person ADS ads oro for non commercial mart tilling merchandise priced I

.1 1 0 LAYS 4 LIHr' $3 at bring$100 quicker/or bit action.with the tolling price stated in tho ad. No additional com for ads that require. the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

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


.. 12 Mobil. H._. Fw Soli. 12 M...". H..... F.. S.lo II H.UM. Iw Solo II Hevtai to Sol. IS ".u... tot Sol. IS Hisses for 5.5.BvZWNu.4503b.Ihii.4.. IS HooKs tar So.. 15 Hoi IM S.I.hi .

tMtOI1AlLE 3 Ia NICUCS 11043 3 I0.1 bolh
THE TIME CONNOLLY 1.01. CmvplaIai" iso'. BLACK ACRESc kit. I* 4 OP. Gionod INVESTMENTCorner air _, solo. .... Club llll- 50,00,04 '0 p07431. 01'''' 5cr.SI I b.droun 5 bIll N.h40 rndlnbOq ..
Howl 101... Inc. I I I =e. : 001010. 55105. loS tJS5. c,_ S kdroam0. S bslll _. kl porch l Ml ...._ Ill > ill lot bonttip In HI"" .... Court Moo.or ,11. ,32/1 HW 50111 $0.. Nn- 1,0. bull'.'". 00010 5 rar.s
--- Mobllo bodroom rm M.
rinonclr.LDrlvt tin Aon Incl tonn aInturenc pump 4 wtll Many extret bush_. Como out or colUmH). Ill wild imnuol. bortarauo mod
IS NOW. floor pltnl out -: .VIa I rnllot, sooTh WALL Hwy I. M IR Mowlhorno fromo houtoon 01.101 *. lldgwoy Conitructlon.WUIT nice nelghMrhood netr tehooliond pun, lob N. W. ottl. Itnot _tRAM I IH W/.. ,... Wlnonowing. ..-. ....lIon, oondlllon' Lowdown

of Otlnowlll.' M U. 4. 441 ,... CALL 4812641Ptymontt 315-5524 or 17..1. thopplng center. |o* it 13JNl : < 31H3/3 FLORIDA PARK On .lot Hf III'. PovodItroot I7S Prod OI.monl. M._monthly. lNymon"
Phono PR
SILL H.....'_ Court PHI >t. 4 Call .. I. .".* HUD ROOM" Iris oet lIlt 4 IK "'..... trooi. Oak floori lot or PR Min., 3-
J7MSIMOIILI, HOM8 IPACI DI"UI SALE ..._ trani.Vocad. Monor. 4 IK. '100 both' fenced owner-J7t-M14: otter I P Mwoendtyt Gladys Smith Roat'or I both home wIll ever MO to. 111.1, M"". II. loll mi. Immod.sccUp0v. .
Do You Have AVA1L4I5lProo'ao. .. 1 arIa uEcillcs III oquty $1.1docn bock ,'rd. Kcollont tor chiidr.olVpols.C10C1.IupaVlOO, or onytlmo w oe.eniH.OP. 0205 W. Un"y Avo. ,.,. leoutltgl londiceped I., Only tiOO ..... >M Itmo. ": PIATIIPIS 3
Mobllt Horn Pork .00110 of Ml 3 7TI 'aRPiCT VON L".G' FAMILY' 147 > ". txcluilvo, tlllgh_ ... It ol Itt NW Mth Avo. I N.III'rlc:: huni, .1 r, ..,::
I AMM North .. 441 0*. 3 $5, S 11.510. .00* 0., fC Itl lot lutrot wtll AC, IMALL MRORITTM hood. Call m-Oit new to too. .... phono ,. 17100.BEST kookcoioi
A Room.Apartment Honing Mroplon and
ChorM 0) Norrlh, ,.,."/. .. 001011.PR. 04071IAIV M4Phono N' .11I 0"... .,.... rot,..., cent keot, Ig utllMy now .ll. (I) logVoom FORDYCEFeatures DUPLEX work ....... Idoolly oltuotod Hi
.P10,00.45311.5Ispoli rm. twlmmlng pool .prlvllegol Pour ,lIt both homo Hi .h.11I I BUY .
NW Mellon I Mot from J. J
or for to.quoilty ft buy, nice tt own. I 1*, U1.17 ..... Pan.m. builds IV' Northweet Iocol...... m.Ctte.Termi IdOIl toe.,..... I ... I btlh pad PhIl ochool ot MS* NW 7th
tn you Mobllo buy Homot.ooo uo Appro*. I both Plo. room, M* NW :Dl'Torroci oryHiIng. lolonct. 11X40 on l'Nyr. N. W. IJrd Ct. HIM' Kitchen /uml_. Prle drtoht. Ill minlOIp paymonls PI.I Call 17H774 lor ....... with
Rent? Imotoly II .0110: t. chooot Irom. Hodwood. Dial "'.115' .... ".... boot for oquliypoiiooilon Shown by AM*. Cell aNO 3 1 MI" _. .
House to
505 .lNIis I. 5.05 dinilIg VOOtII
or H tor oppt Appraisal PHA 110.0)0 by "'I""' '*. 111 Nl
5.IIILSI'widVhUI....''', '' w No orol_w.yolo.bI.buy.NIl ...._ (w nth Or, mhu dinlni two both'unPlrovl.ci.brick' homo ..1Uo00l." ...,. CITY TAXES two,.. ...re.I'l....M

: REMEMBER- _. w..... 1131 NW liin it i in home in Tor.... IW. IJrd CL OPEN HOUSE 0m took ....'... IMi lovely I IIII Mil N W. Ml sHoot
'=- =.HII N'All OHI | |R. Til. bolh won Pom uog down and Ml both home end .II. went H. CHI 173-1293 MODELS
C ork :Itill U. OR a,... mock tro, per ..... Phono PH 30205.FRED Iris _. .01111 1111050. This 1 br I buIlt tnM'_ tem (UNMnMIng Huge LI with .tone drop 'I.e..
=: A rental' vacancy In Kit Poncod pttio' Study C ......,..... Three bedroom, two In lot living, mom .... Modem ..... _..c_. cm he- i. Gladys Smith.
11. 1Pm .111411 ,.
55 pearl Stop In -.1''Ig tnMy bo..... lltKH. N. W. :Mr* Ct. "'. ,rm. bulll.hi OVM ft rtngv, W IM HO HI*
...- loll. 1034 NW Old A... Tol. _I. hut and ..... .or...". Von Corner IM at 1059 NW 5 Jftb Ave power toad 1231 W. Unlv r>lly AvNEAR .. Now !
= COSTS YOU MORE 2005. CII, KS tills 55000 11011 hI PC. Open
HAS BUILT .ouIl/uI Aol S-ill. N. w. rfI. : Oflos. now ...1Id. HAWTHORN ROAOI
( Sunday Nov. II It tIll N W R, 1 him CCI horn w.h...
= than the ad that OUR BUSINESS" soy NOW AND WORK! OUT THI wood 1100'". UM toully, IN,......
Now homot on hoovlly woodod Mtr 'or lIla 50euIlol. TII'', Ib I
.'d .....11.,. .11O ...... 00000
= will rent it! BAIRD MOBILE undtr conttructlon Throe ...., ..,... I bolll .lunro wllh a ..roo ....
waS lou, sos and 5. T. R. 2JTHOU1HPPJ "."'" rm. A v.ry .1I.octl.. REALTY .
HOMES N'h" IlCOdHI, "Ic 1ro04 ... -_ kllchon oil ell by $10111 CabincIl.' EstatesCulfom
10111015, ''n w..twood I.'.'... hc.llon' "' 00ffiil Im0. Call mi N. MaIn, it rn an_ <
:; Here's what of OcM :P
your Wiik to tthooti All city wool,,... AT LASTIY ,.rdc. J7HJM.IPAIKLINd w. M. Munrot. ...,Ior Kealtyut
... of N.W. Mln On ,. aol N.w. AlMI I I. MeLluinlln" PrayNMcCann. .
ont atjift: I14.55I41 .. ..
( CBMANDI CI _pl. with ployhouw ItIM
= vacancy COSTS urn Ploco' C." 171-0141 dolly orUY FAMILY HOME Roby, Hoy T. c. Oom- hilt kemtt N-
554-4015 'ghto' CtmfortoMe.. unclutlerod' > I or nomt .1 only II].mFORDYCE ,.
II LOTS FOR SALE living ,.... .. .. I... J ZJtVe/gl'.tM' CJ. itrleltiBnullfullv
will bo M "',. spacious Ibodroom I/UI dam4. So. r.lornodI. 0011 IN... 0c,0. "" woIl
= YOU EVERY DAY DIRICT PROM IUILDC youn Nor'h..." ,.......11I.. I.od..pod. Only 101IO 4111 and
I balm homo In loulh.wnt N w iiiMtmr
... .. ,.._ I weeded l loll.
OLOTS. .4 *11.0 :n. booxa: .1** no Mln 10.1. otHomot Wills '.pro'. 584-too Call. .rayCO
.. .*.. front modtl. Tho eKtlon. Coiy Plorld room four ..d,..... cod Tw.
rented hood rood I nw* scmrlal.Pan. .lIltrkl fronts a1- 231.
:::: until It Is : RononoMy ........ CoM AVO. A ... Ik oneoilonl 041,101.t.I withI'ooiOCO.room lerge kitchen. mint with d built-in I n !bIg 0 e R... 11,5151. WallS loth.. 1911 N.W. 17thIbt All City convonldiKtgN.

I. Pry. 4013U.Itll ::.:;..W....Urn, rfutIt i rono.. di5$01h. .0od $41.posal. Torrouo tic,,. SailS 1964. Sm.ll
=- IF RENT YOUR LOSS M allot boouflM Mo*.... Ioornn.u, I ctr goroge Permk. coMnot. I A000CIATI5 INC. DMI ..,"' ..... Pricoo) fr ..utiimgiiKN.rthwoil
MO DOWN. I : lodded 1 hans
lotv.lto Ml ion** for A... kodroom modom.ooor C.nl.I hoot and alMondllionlng S GICO loallor
MARY MO LLEIt. othoolo ond thopplng, ,at.1 .,....* e Air candltlonln PIUS13111 Poydypo CONSULTANTS Quick Sol..
=.. ISi PER DAY IS. REALTOR III. "' .n ron'. c.n III,:IN III 071 Dick ..... ',...c.. HOUO T.. Cholco Loll lltitH K mww.
Aitchut ...It, Aitouotn 4 BEDROOMS I ltd 4 $odrmms 5104,11 $.eh Coulderl H..,, .on'on 'loony IKMod M ISIS ln
Av. Irantinf JIll SOrest
IJitlvonlty. 376.2448 I baths, control hoot, Itvtd O. C. Coy Dua'lY' Gosido' Tb.P.walS-3 IK, I /a M adds ol N.W. Mill SPoIlt .
51. N' ..... ,. HJI ,., day 04471POROYCI slow end ildowiWl., 11 I 1100. $100 CASH VA n. W Unl. 374-5234 bath. ..k H..H. c.,...... clod Ir4 Aronuo. Look- blobS" IwHI *' M.W. lAIN
= On. 1. a.,. Sot,. Womli in YOU ASKED m.d ...... e."I.1 hint hill balk Mnici I.. fW .oio.ftm.il lox*. =.
L .. ,., m.. .. iui ,., doy CI...... 1,0144.04 N W. .......... e yord. ,::7"dow". all PIOM NIWCCS3Rl'lotcaauAAcrsg .
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t AISOCIATII, INC. '102.. par 11.1cm IIU ....T. soIllhlilyilli high land with M4 highway front. S .00..... .... I SI 14 tt Shall) Hoi 1
,,_ III p.V ..... .. It.U per day RIALTOftuniv FOR IT! 000404. .$750 CASH FHA. too on .,... rood 311 II mlnfrom NW. 14tk fl 14000. k.",. thot would *o fondln
PSI W. run* .........n ai modtl ", twnt tvcry Ocilo" tnd M mln. from dews $1649 .o fmonr prop.", I.. WALTER STUBBSInc.
.. MIN' ..... .. M fc per day $65 MO. YOUNG FAMILY d.y w ,,,,. Oviiio; : Ownor. mutt toll, bcintransl.rr.d. Call $50A par ...l. I:
WOODED LOT 512,500. .nh.
:: '" p.r mo .. H.1I ,., doymo. 'lOT X IIO*. MojwtMmo .<(. M 2 & 3 BEDROOMS porkllng ono, Mock clot from I tcnool bodroom kul L.horn..... w.lots am..II sAl W"_buildIne,.....OIl boouIlluI L.. H. H.II. 361.1101 torim.dpoU 51151l Thou ond mull, ", ... .". ] .
P M. ,
down KI mo. I70H37Him '101 c.llIPlaIWi cllIiO 361-.7. L- Oak. VII._ ...iI.bl..
:: VIVI ,., .. MM per day All IIvn"L ski' roikdontloj S O.rtan I CorptrttPltttorftf =- Pr.14 cod .4411? Ore. : HUGH T." your thole. .f Ivor JACK DI YOT. Phone 376.5394
toll .v.llobl. I In Chontllly I wollo" tot ,",100. PHA torml. IV Ilk I N.w Brick Hornet Kogiitorod Brokof :
:: POT ..... ? MM per leymo. ,4c,... T...... kit rongo In lionIroml't. S Pormlct' ..bln." .bit. 90 aeeufitul brick I "
lacralandar, gulil.in 'ltc..$. EDWARDS, In Kmgibtrry boo.uI 125 ...W. 3thStrco17225II "W trod hou... :
:; me por .. H M per day picad I.- nan t. 1210O. CMV.r T.rrouo tloort NO CI rv TAXES S0.pllnra.t.,' I
00000. or. ovoltttor Call WII' I SaUl 01011411I 1.I Aero woodod lot I .cdr..mS.I INC.
:: $5 por m.. .. MM per day Itowort, l>t-<<3JIARttl All ely, ,11111' kotho, Oat fiooro. C t ft r il 1927 NW 39TH DR. Hilitifg i $9,000 to $30,000 It .
L. .. Mtutlful loll In NW; 'd..11Io' Iv....'.... DlthwMhor. Ctooo to I I Itodroom.II'.'In kltch.on .
.. ml por in*. .. MM per day $loctlon, ....ttd 0<111<...1 to cltHmltt / tchoolt, II mlntihn to Unlvoriltyloducod : 376-7971 oqulpmtnt, con, hoot, VA III :
with' ptwtd .",...., _or, $11,250$12,550 to U1JM., Clll Mill S ACRM on Archor Rood. with down poymtnt. PHA from 1701
:: sri per me. .. M.II por day lily wtttr. AIM Itrgt loll ovoll. tor ippolntmont All n. ronligo I 111., kltclvon __I doling, cottt. I ..l.w.s COMPARE !
obit wtidt, Rood Kit I mliot AM aboUt our"DouHo YourMonoy oqulppool 1 homo. WtNN I
:. .,IN por m.. M.M per day north ot Ipofry. Down plylniriand lock Olltr." .Sills 00 down. W].N Plo ..... Capitol .IIUd.,. I... No Money Down
11cm. Iin.0I01.MIcomo Ploco a otb tlrootOPRN
.. CALL! : 378-1411 44o0111. 1110.dl $100 CASH VA Phono 37HK1 ANYTIM HOUII DAILY I on your lot THESE HOME VALUES

.. V. I. McCoy 571.1204. PROM" WALTY COMPANYMultiple WILL Mil lao .kMO ttion .ppr.,.... Call I7M14I or I74.77II.
PLACE YOUR nails' and only. ISIS down I IR
:TO RAILROAD $395.CASH FHA W. Unlv. Avonuo Lining MomborII 17M91Jno CCoxcolltnl lac...... monyo I Monthly poymtnttas

.. SUN RENTAL SIDING LOT HUGH Assodialoil J''. $11110004' 50 K.ibw.o.rd ClIdwMI' _no>lro ot tooturot Jill Nl .7th coil T."174414.... and 1 e 4 I.d_.. Mod.li In] little as SAVE! !

WAx liroe, comnwrclH tot with If. w. Jimmy Oroont SHAOOWIAWNI5TATIJ ,
WANT ADS illreod .Idl.... Will erect hull'* EDWARDS w.lt., ._ McKINNEYGREEN $56.00
... to tult ,...n'. Olvo' lltllto '
IP., both f. D OLIVER
GULP HAMMOCK I | I Sovorol now komot roodyfar
tory .
OWNIR bowtlful tptckwl lot, ..... Gaol .*.,.... -Y. 055104p.1100011. ImllvldvtJ llyln Por You I .Immodiot. occuponcy.THE
:: IZ Mobil.. H..... Fm Sol. IN X MO loKO p71015401!" to Itooting 2909 NE I 15th St. R. 141.111. Gull H. DEATON 0 Won pltnno. living iron DEFORE DECEMBER 31

.. tnd tuning. MO Ilk. ., 376-7971 IUV OIKICT PIOM lUILOIR, RIALTORI" g) Ou.llly ", .,." .1. 4 workS JAMES CO. AND SAVE YOUR
:: KNTUC5CAN m1$1I.' home.a :: 3v5 lii?, 515-1101. pOiCS ridICod. I' covooiosigs.I. ", ...,u.
Rd.ph. .
$5 11. 45' .h.m. .Wn5O. .... .. 3 Ollut. bilcIsIn 040P4IA PRICED RIGHT A communHy 901 w.ld.
:: drtl celling, excellent cond. Ptrkod 14 W.t..,,.,, Prtoorty JWK 10 VA, 2103 04, 55th or. Thro, ....,oomo. .,....'.. porch, P00405554011 ... n 1.2511
end mo* rent pold loultyond _"Ulh 54-all.. ne 37 .,,"._ living room marsh diningeomplottly Drlvo' Woit on NW Jtlh lv'.'in i I72- 44I
.. tike up IM poymenti, 17* IUM"'I" HOME" ....... 1111,1110. 1 ball... l4ocna Avo. $N'Jl5I0m5P5lPl3lsnOW IHOWN IV AOVAMCIAPPOINTMINT
Mil lila OlIn
::: IJ2I otter 401pm. AI mouth *f Ivwenne* liverLorgo 372-8404 LAbS lION. 111 NW IIITII DR /uml_. IhKtrlc rofrlgorotor Spring "hvtorwcllon. I.lid... of Tho 0 ill NIdy lOr ONLY
t ID. CCI .....,.... Sod coon itovo tlnglogorooo los lIon on ton Homo R7 I Unlv AvoLtrgo .
... llroo'..*. Ae VII Ico .-... PHA linamldad IR 1.Z Kiniiborry CGlPaflCy. comfortoblo homo *:ft
tr tumlthed Urge .IP LOOKING tar homo hot 'lorgo front porch Lot
00.4 KING .001 to tilt 11 troth wall lllhlngrlthermont M I "houw ....._ Plena.Peru 1IXMIW. Prlco' I10.XK: 1700 down I I 67 M $.W. }5tk Woy lorgo: ftmltv. 4 IR dbttht
It. NOsILU NON!. ,or.l... WymorTountol with ell ..$. edv.nt.goi! 5.l NW ISIh It. J 11 homo In poymont lolltro will toko bockmortgtoo ------ I (Cassoory Club 1010..1) up living room. ftmliy
so. 45251W,130h5t. Phtnt PR 1-1311 LlwVIR throe bedrooml. Iwo kolht, llfcponolled won ,..... lOSS down God ,I7J for bolonco' W400). Ipor .t. 4 IR, ft feomt, rog Pllm O0111. ,.,Ior. dIniri _
171-UII 0._. "10. .it's reom. /1,..._ dining wn por mo or will, .rent for m ptrmo. com In'_'. poyibU 1104 Mpor ", ond oddltkwil. Into dm001011' sorag7ad ........ ...
:: M lucas 01 WO font mtnybotrlng ttiMV Iwo cor geregicontrol Phono P. Krm.Another Mo. Ill ,..., PrtpoymonlIn i tolnmont lola, many .1001111.5 I* balM down. complololy .
.. pocon trotf. Alto' I fur.Mohod hoot wet) londecipedgroundt boeutllul Myrkk' orlolnol It 001111 w1111 p.000150! WitS.I. .. Spy toituroo Vtry oxcluilvo, olr candltlowd HI
houoot win dock ond with tlmoel on ocrtof .. under comtructlon kl WlmberlyIttttti. wolklng dlttonco of ochool and ...,..... I70M ..... and lltf built.In .",, '__"' ''''1po
: WYATTTrailer wtll., ."' .. Moot .."... 0"loko lond to CHI too tor Hilt on one.app.inl.mills Add your decoronvttouch .,.toWII 4tor.. Call PR "' "7. y month will' UKUU ..p.y, tor n'c' room'no'
tontl ,. Inqulll. UwltJtwolry LOCATID k> Hock *..... If* to SIlls by chooilng .ob.y flnoncltl irrtngo houw good tnvoitmont fir
Cl.WINRED your color = new Cell / } FINLEY Advance monrt.) ;
modern hem. tut mony oppoow ShowingTHIS proporty Lot opproilmotoly -
Sales H. .tog tootuno oudlet nroplocf, _Lloyd Mvrfek, m-ttn Jutt ... ...... homo for lorgotomlly I 1W ISO"-phonoconvonitlon
; ; RA'1.FOR I.LAdS camliloll .buS. I..oo.d 101 OCALA block I ... t M.... Ire. who roads loll of room 1130 N.W. 2150 A... : nocoiury tint.
lloml1 le. .O'lnlra' -AC... aol two Ear goropo. Convenient _1IIo1n colling ponelod .. 4 55.I bom Flo. rm. Control 4 i..., 311 bothf. lion .....,
._ pao.o.ohor MItISI Ilools AG.. S 'mlill ... 01 MIt101l.Ge to 1110,115 .04 sIlappivI' 00.. .... .."" .. .illl II... htm IdMiiy tocoiod within' I WEEK li ptr ..... or wooo ... tnd .._0.11I111I1111111I.. '
511... .... AIr000l10ITraooI ....,. tor.. Priced et. leu then IMLtrXUDlOU MOCO, h.. fence* beck yordbuilt bIoc_. ol ... ocnool Povodllrooto 111! mo.JJOO
Tr.im.l 000. ..M ."....... 17HMO ir 1... MUtllul' ohodod lot-
Ocllot PicaS Mobllo Mom.Ooolor CANAL LOTI W.UM II. oo a,..... bodroomt M" lorgo 2153. ; TIlls proporty M In .....1...' con- N.W. 21th PL NorwoodHope
... Unco IMII Lone nior Gloss C...... Prlc ,living room oollng : nil- ditto Prlcod SOda 117000- THE MONTEREY
:D Illvor i Iprlngt .,.. 1123*. Chen. ,.",11, room, glooming HUGS PAMILY'' .M. I ... I Con bo PHA flnoncod" with Mw 1 IR., J kothb NOo... .IM7I5NW. >
40 Phaol t2111301 PnmnFO. |'I">1.. Mrdwood 1Com""' ob Ia. both fenced bock yerd: poolmomberthlp 41150 IN-I LII II oIon po, ",""III.
." 011.11. P'. ,.._, living kl I *ulot NW control, "hoot, palli.151good. you IMo Nno proporty boloro
: 15 Hay.. fw hI.THIE one tno) mMnoMy. prlud It Corner .... mil mo.Coll you .buy Call PR 11417.ASSOCIATES. 4 Bedroom ond 2 bathsof l lnjf.
1.. 4-4747. .I IR., I kilts M04 dn. '1I7

: BUTTSMOBILE bed''''''', ..mny ,...... IIVIIAk HOUSII tvlll.Nt WIIH Colonial design youwon't PS? '
.... new PHA llnonclng for boil TRADITIONAL : "H" Inc.
heeled on ,Itrgo corner I* : 'J. Prod Day Jtyno luttorworth 4120 4110 N.W.
.- HOMES, INC. S1ocno.1t,.......-. cIliol'liaoS. PMAPnonclno Ing mi'oll ov.il.we,101 IllIllIhip- loweot" down,.,_... f tterv d bedroom Col. J. W. Dovlo" H. J. WiiIoItloMoltmnla be able to resist! Iff* Dr.t .
St. .
NW 3th St. it 6th On lorgo tot k Lhtlng'
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Tttnono J.mN Comport.fje. lor 1000500, IR UN *i. 171 We Trod Homes4Il54I27N.W.19tls
... 441 N at City Limits in-7 ..... ,Deilrobw., 150040015514 pmioy,. 1111Conolcians lose I IC...,, N.I. Hit Avonu. and 12th 51 root) PO'.nal11t.
In Gal,...-
S.. u. for bolt buy EARLY AMERICAN or Property
room, lan 000 110140
viII.. Ask for our special di.. ,,rd. 'H-I: tloert. UM 4" J.W.KIRKPATRICK. Coll "Mrt. Clrolln,, Noyo FIREPLACE HOMEAll
count prleoi.' Wt cannot ond lit ptr ..... ISIS Nl lith II.ev man brick ontorltr roliodhoorlti IRI' both, 1110 4n., WOO OftN ALL OUR POP" YOU MOMI1 T9 W

will not bo undersold contld- OWNIR I $0. I both MuM INW Glofrvt Smith. Kooltorin flroploco oonotodchon $7934Per 11II' "'0 JOY lOSING' ANVTIWI" IP
t. ting' quality. ooction for sail or IOOMPhono looltor, milvortHy Avo. lanolly room 5.111-N bit- MonthHIGHLAND YOU WILL JUIT CALL
Yri. S.rvlci ExperlanceOPENRAMERM. PR tMH."ADVERTISE. 511.0,01051. PmionaPNS1104ASVC1ATIS' CALL M H vox oro looking for wim ..... ,... bAr 511 IA 1 I 0
23 a 00 4151151 lOll Is Ulloloill.Wi ,lovlihly ,_"...... control t.10 1123 .. MIl ShOOT
: IN THE ''''r....Methlotm. A. W, letce Irene(UIN Pet som.wii ", 5.150 .......... 5 11011. .hooting o> lip, conditioning. . lft I. P0 .131I1 or PI 4.0001
1. CLOSED SUNDAY SERVICE DIRECTORY lovlt" Kirkland. Ion OrtHIo wood 5.0.1. bsiil-iO. 11101110. ... Sal,. doll-and 510.11. CII&O.N .
_..... 511011001. l.noiip W. ..... luclilint ttnl t-
.. 010. 111. neor Unlv. P* ..-. ...11...... I 1/ Mombtf .> Horn. lulMonAttocltHtn.

I II. t both homo. Control .hoot.MOVIN41 : ,.., 11111 .1 Ctinotvlll.
,- bull III "dIOIIo.. Carol'S amId omn TwirwaMtCOY'S OJQI

""I.L.ltll.'OL.,1II OUT OP ITATI IN .

: i r 'j IImII 1It&\.IVI..AMOUIt\ OOY.UNfOLD ond I HOUII do not or bilond move I* Move myhwiwtvre. PHONE n1.1411

,.. N I "" L. T L R t I Completely fwnlthedM 171.1010 1.5,5! Otfuo Nl 2Jrd blvd aid
NW oKllon I If). I botht. el,. k
: ACROSS l.44c! lit t A I> r. moll new homo with control AC MlhTtrrtco Sooner or lateryou'll
: l.Bow JI.Afrwh .1'1 '# 1"1 k H Too mony >** fetturoe and
S4. W lid luckU.Sl L.1LiJ !1.1I tumlthln M _loti. DO NOT
15 LCrsss's Go A coll onleet you ton offerd 1141mo.
T t 'T .
arm or _... ...... tow I...., .
: :: (..Fubtl\ calico I t W .1.., U L. A N 51004 01 .insI. Woo bun.Slur. ._ ...... want a Butler
mtl. wnhor ryer.
vehick 3S.Compel ,. C ''T N t r ti AIR E.t down to wetor hooot on* cher I

;:. : 1l.Dissrstd with ttr; R l'_0 .'5_. N _t 101I. cool krollor for 119* Moo worth : OclMovilld'o fMwott and moot
'dlcdi of for BOO on* slalom a HOMES INC.
: .m. cola :S). t4e. .. 0 T. Co 0 '- A" I I! note eaulty tor HI" M*. If mil tppeoltto I luiurioui .portmon kuildinf Bros. home. Why

14.mac3e4 40.Clortfjr lit A S I. A I A 'T A It you cell 17K41. THE 'JEFFERSON" LAKESHORETOWERS I
: 1J.Aunt So.I 43.Anglo- 'iiiiwisisv. I ... CCI 44.ill4.r I
18. Mill Saxon king I 55 t 8 .. A D IS. > ia's IV 00.10. 54.100 .141 or ,
15 ,JOI lormo ot lUt down .. !
on not
U.Muffin 41.Managed I IM _'hlv. 171 IKe.uTTiSJiSiV Chormlngly colonlol ..hi.... now
IS Electric.fowuntt ... Ltlal'
; k iiKH nily v5o0lNnloau15olc..lom.pool .
action S. Sloutaludltni T. Touch i-'ot.:: NlU.5.'lOlMIPl ,, llvlno' Notlco Iho won NOW LEASING
19. Eternal 43.Dink 10101104ALAC4IUA 0 p p.I 0 ro d work oroo with
15 I.Wind MOW 11, INC
,loundry, kitchen. and pontry
: 21.lmpl& 46. Spread to V.cfu1 I Phono VO. U* I Itnm ..* ....... hondy to tho. wools on I ALL CITY SERVICES
Model Homo Opening over
32.Indignant dri' Ear1 10. CoOlIo I ..M. I ,oM. Ml H.W. 550... T...... tro throo bId.li00S >
: 26.WronaLo- 5. M'L witS 10151040 Cla.sl
: DOWN .... w.It Comwno lOOt II N'S I11di000Il. oodimot piw. two lull Old' FERN WOOD MANOR
&11' \ u.s.a" I NOON, ilty sIr baffle lord I aloao.lo donoolti
s 1.0.-- mer 1 born,... VO4i'LL IUY IT 55151Y troo t* Ills. rnoitor "''to. It
11 ,..,.. .. ttr'2St5$17 TIM.. lode. mopofc nun en hot tofmtl Wtnt foom with' *
15105 oopororo own. room pluo tMmlly 12,250; up
: rr ir I"r JLTwotolci room wItS flroploco
: ii' i- If.r and kMutllul ohorry ponotkioj.Tho .
: 01 J "t" onopo of lIla. homo
,I iT sirkiams NEW with m tltochod two can t-
: 34.Towsod not loll ror poll will NOTHING DOWN VA

: : It 0 4'r I S 35, Yluorlni I- MODELS ROM HM.4tl. ugntfa tioco to $1 1 00 Clo.'., Cost

'chemlllrr NW 1M PITh. .
N.. 000.
.-[ sil.A.k, Doily 10CVilleg' TrH -
Charming /d
: i7 2$. ClpN.ed Gr... 0 fit MONTH,
: 29.SIIIUnl c_.. lid smlscSoI7alplIvI15
: a J ;:t .IY *OIMTII SOlOS lId _.. S 11101. I 1410W. 0 Swinnninf pd 0 Kocroofion lowtiO WALK TO SCHOOLS
: 0W SOSM 0 N.dro..1. I 111110.PIwIW Mmmli, 'so" Itolol. ill- Acroo sO ric.t. 6n .4t o Control Hoot

m 0 ,00. l' it 31.Covids: shy 10001.La I000l0010 lad 550 Walls.... room 5415.4.4.ok 10.5 poromot-Moor laW, O Control Afc Cant 0 loondry 'otilitiMO 4 BR. Brick Fr.ot'CIe.ioIs. Now finfininj."

: 5155.4100. OWns Sfojrg. loxkon 0 ft.rk.f. Drop Chad "

JoI JI Jl .-lWwn --. MNW tm n I C Flood Fork.noj Aioot 0 Utkto4 S'dowolkt Price, $15 825, $'25 Down.

: <- r7 0.0011104115 looMis lorv 0 |
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4 : 1ra11; $011 AwnIs hnI I M .,... you l's o,IU PHONE 376.4456 DIRECTIONS Drive W... 'on 16th AY.. Tim

: IJ 4. rim 555.0,14 $3-ION I _Ie Oft contracting your FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT Lift on )S>K St. or 39th Tirrtco.

40.InUmld'I' MW tuotom horn*).

: IU 41.5,00. flintJlr I Gall Day Geruld. .rRVi.7290 Q. McCoy SALES OFFICI U4 Nsa OPEN, SornIsel 9 TIL S DAILY Butler Brothers

: 144 dens.'. .: CIJt11011D Nile FR6'50iSor 2JM S.W. Urk IT. u.s. "*T. 441
: fore.e34 11II11oo II__ I.IICI Outs lottitd of Butler Bros. BUILDERS DAILY 172.9541 NIGHT 17C.K4I

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IS A.-HI1tI f.s Sule I '&-1_,. I S,.". Cote $4-415.5IM b *,..t. Cart
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n. 10' .. 'It teuss 1ft 051.10.15 31100055i11 NOW RENTING .._.. 001 ..... sod bl'4 4OrsoeeoIs '
MMMkM. It mllM ..._ .. 5110. NWS led 5.5 em sew COlOtlO SlOPS mMtni I IR I* DAN BYROJ76268. MUST GO OONT cool toe muck IIbouenl ,... CHIUOLT ....'.... .1,41i"sew '61 (e.63COREflESbe. 1144 MG' ., 101 AI.PA'' 100113lArder.
et city llmlto.' 114.0041 _Cull Dolls _lid 05141150. 5101 11fl5P05504. 5upO ...... aM from I. Dtwwt trewn. 11110. Ip5555117 II.ON 0' $14 w. UOIv. "',.. 51111 "4 ...... 0004 los

: i .'". I (.Hi, Mrtort, Umlhfmm. 4 MIR. I IN.... I oar eo,.*. C... 411415, .ssape wi'tl. ". Direct from .....IV ,- Mvt. I Lees 0 Aoc.plu. SI 0151 W. Un'' 'vo.' 0. eel' 0.CAM. .
.Mil In kirrhon, com IW NW :Mlk Tor M5t sow Mewiitioe ..... KM ttoroM cfcootv MrroM 'OR ITORI 4 WARtMOUSIMK 5CrnyIol. ever 55. Ontor nm tor Ckrtil.mot CALL u.tIIf 00 PS ..un, 15
fcMt. Hon A-C IllNt i VM ..... wilts' PMA'" IXMC. Itoon .. MIM. Mice boot *. cell' JIll __II. RooltorITM4M ....1_ Clll PR tlll SeP ItM SUItS DR. VW I" ....... '1Ot!. .55 VOLVO
.... Ml me. Mil, SI 14111 1I rid ..... Ml.It MT me. SeINe. MV er ene Mt wotor. rwilor. toclllTor ...11.. er writo P 0. Ita ,>>. uteri ceuM.I V4 Li'J .nito, I D,*,. "' 5. SoIls sass 00ll
1I0000n_ PR HH4.T .... Ilul ROOmS O"vlllo, '1.. .1551. PIt ,. IT Avttmewilet' WmHtl
tot 05. cm W-ooll Mr 55r =-r.O'i:1.: 015peoM WAHtHOUII IMI M. tt Ik HOC* is AT. wiw lint r... R I M, C.II .II PA' 3.
?'AINTtD' tmlM MX Ml | 0.55., 1511 lewirei Wfcurloi Ctntor ttr UNITUHI ft APfllANCn tool Mitt' ene ether enlrok.i 1144, .-

I* CCI Burnt. sIll .1. tor ONLY' MIN. __ ..... Dn. or or 37P con 1111 tor. MMIntment, in I, .......Ir_ JollA M. Ols5 DUI TO PAMILV OIPPICULTIII Hammond IllS: WIll.I 1101515 $OPIStIIP. Ill llllVAIll- CAR* _N'ID. !055 P0,151
MOM Multy. Ml o.r mtntn .loci 5151.l ly iwmr, > |R. t bIlls Ir. 01 374404 Sr 1151-MIS. I MUST LIT MY PURNITURI 055.51.550373.505. '61 10 AI 510101 00150

.urn, ..... one tower tntumonllilt M 0 A. W. Rrtrlt 4 itoi* Pvr.ejto 44 CIIt. .. Rent POI 5 LIAII II.IM M N. ttorebulWlnt 00 FAMILY TO WHO IOMI II RFSPONSIIll WILLING TO Organs i r.M CUTLASS "cOlivTRTlILl i to i CNIIISlllt VOLKSWAGEN 3711150 lot 5(014 514 II *10 II.

NW HID tt. .rici "IIJ.OOJ I a.i IM. e W. Untv. .... Price MMMr SAlt "V I ASSUMIP4Y00PNT .", on". elr. tower bucket
I U. I IN" _... dubMel. '. .... .... IbIS cr wnl NoIse,,.. I E10'ei UII4M 10icbe10l NWHti .... CHI rtonMR Hoynoo. $CIIIIOIT ON ISIS IIAUTIo'UL THi STANDARD 411 00111. ...._ 05 SellS 1514 volISW'GfN. Co.dl'Ills. WANTED
fct n tat iw ,re n <.H wiik PR AJI4I or tX P. MlMIL PIimi .04 II", pow. 11000 Nell ..... Call 371.17' SSiP 3 ''''
Ia.e. edIt4n dtCIII. I IUM. le |. cmtoct twntr IsletS, Ttr" IM mMHl Ni em. SIOIIP. OF COMPARISON"TUt lul tnm sod MTVIcM :. I Dean tned cart Call
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.. Ne 41" II "'. STORE BLDG. FOR RENT .. Me-boe tultoi P ft. taliIMleltMt 51 1151, '05lIllStl 011555 5014 _. 5104 10515101001. III $5 Ills II.CtI'f" .
T.,. tut Rcklnio. *. PR .._ 45 *.... *.. Aptt I In w. U.Ise Avo. C.II Prod ........ cnilr, I C..CI IMM SON III mttoltr.lv cembAo.ds Ill 0Meli.
*URN 0* UNFURN CCt taint I M 1yilW.75.74il I to 5. Mtcnlne' Memo MM (MIMtWI enon mil mver reeulmtwill iifTRu.ip ........ onoown.or.
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MM Nl : Drlvt tr MilrMiu. _. 0051 SIlO u.... Weed S-os.. 5( Imintit OpperhwHtM 0,00I. 1 lamps 5550 $pOllPn? IS-I p1051751100 II (40551 n M Mertcute MM c h 551515 I dew 50045Wibos.

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with, MTlmmlnt, tie I. $1750 Monthly $17' Port TV & Stand .... Writ* er Ptantt M IMPALA" tvptr _'. I Orkotto Sos 5 DOT N Mete St.'h. .
PARRISH'PRESENTS C'M leery 105014. 5Ibe. PS SMALL APT. -I BR The bitnim HIM DMMI IllS Ernie Tartler Rep. *. Ml PtwtftlMK IbIS. ... in j. mPICKUPS
-.n. On Niwttwmt Id. IM me.PR Profit Potential 4 riM I Mr 4 Mn, erttMr WIlls, -
MONOAIOIN toe MNxf mirror, ekttl M Aton Music CO. CIII 171 1114.4IISCUIY .
MASON MANOR APT I t.. ...."...1.!.1.Do& Prim tutu Icrvk C... 4 ebL boMCOU M trim '= I. MIII" 'T. Pili .,."
3 .11. Ctntrat IMl. OMI to Mil I tor ..._ el II new tor .....'" be 0.15 pates tor vwr StIlls raeto. Per HI IW t Av P"vo.e 0744454Oalyqi,17lt rIb. "T. IllS 55,1411100.05515.0 w 0511 50554bIll. I Inda pin ChillS.
pint cantor ...... ..... f'o' SeeM
now blfl" kalim more It s MM.HUM.
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ATTftACTIVI ..bod rMm, t tot :;).. It.. Cell VMII4 MW tor sloe N v.HM _..._ tor Mt et kunkMM <1.
bee ctntril kHiM M ornMIIHnlm 5154 40151011505.. ... The 410515 ",s. bus I .... Automotive
Goof rarmr tact.KM INVIIT IN OAlNHVlUt. bIWt.YblCObATID"" APTt. ClIo 1.10155 PIll be 0,001.5. MO* wrlk iMt ft I Now Must 5015 0 11,0 511.551AuOOWO
nttr SewerS HUwp. Ichtol I II. I IN... Cl. 110.1' tate Hvdtntt me outM wmvm .4 .111\\ 055 .., 1151145 ..MM .*..... T... bltdlM It psseols 05 7154 C... I
II, W. Slits "'... cMMr.. pr..ullA CiR Newbtrry _I..... kit 510 k.Wse.Cry. 5050. wSI5 Sf' .155 Is NIS00' i Sal Monin C...", ._ .otioreItriloht
LAId PAMttr. .M IM Dorm 4 qtntl or 471->171PUKNIIHID 5004 5.11 .1415. toe MMtt tUM, wim ewn % Tl TRUCKS FOR SALItruck. mm .Soils ......

bM.otmi. I ...,.... belly" roses A'T:7: ia I N Ttor 1111,1..... PIlople.s 5151 nll- "' 11". Hut I iiorooocane. 10.1101 $5100517 bIllS .
ctilMrtm Wiyrttm, Mrtelccf kt MARYMOELLER &. mMe tnly. Air ctndltton.M 54519015 .. qullllod. .... Ilylpe' AdmIyol _... NIlls PCI I.uL11IA1" 04 toO p104 II PlAY 501 00 "sIlos 55, bilOs. .1
IMnt room. ......Ilvll' UtWKlp. ctnlrM KMIInt, .'"11101 ..... 5,014.15, CoIl W. .5. 555. 55 eee.Np _II'. ...., 50'. >'.... "cli... toot tootlMI *- 15111. lirWWnl tonollknv. I* _
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54071. -..... I Wp.l4.S ,,- 10 501. i mi 5lr mi' PR t mi. iW ..oiiiTiAe "ironeTfrS Itlittion & VANS

mnMiil IKIHM.IflN Ol"t Cttt II lit "Aliumetn ,
I todroam lltralnc ...... REALTOR EFFICIENCY MO ATS.Ut Ills"' P000. 50.0115 411511,5;, owls $3 .... .lIft no 11557 Sewn 14 AUTOMOIILI MPAII5 toci ewxtne.v eM. Ovor Polly.i.-'r.i

Slows trlcM to Ml will km mmvmtnl MUMMY ....,..... M 3555 pelt sovltnod, 0. 1.11. 111110. pbpelS Mintt SI only won 0505 etjitM. OTDtt ONLY
seed. Imm..."" oce_ t ........, ttJOO 00 Will \ cr ----
5.. Kit W Unlotnlty AvtPR I i QMiANo-8 POR RlT ARCH CAMPMll. REALTOR NOW )9 FORD
ioinAMKUttt TRIO' COUPLI M PIT me.fin Pens 314.0705.AIIYTIISHELL $397 to Mr mvtnr lwi-up tf 9lNAWIIPOWIRI wim, Oieimokllo' enelnt.PR .
.lAClC AC5II. Tr54It454. I 1.54.10S011. M..bo, 00441510 LIolIrs olin II... on' 4HI40ITHII MOTOR CO. mil or PR Kite .111110551IlJIuP'1stCd1111S 14F,11 ,
I 514110 Ilews pIlls Ilolop, Aid fir iMt luntitvrt In ttortt* 104 N. HMHlM. ; ; ;-wiK
I. W Monitor Posed KcdorClurlH it NICE'
10511.05.1101541.145 room wltti """' .1511.5010.Sly .., tevwy Mom moron Ortnl 0nI b54rssm, 10..17111.15," "'nt,.... 'NATIONALFumllu now enelnt,. 171$. Phone PR H'BItor
M. AvtlUMt' Nov 'Ilin Ctrl- .
1I.'on $1107.1
SeederS kill II Ilte_ Ctnrrtl.
V nM H : 1 W' 100.. pss1 .tsp MG" I .04 SrI. c t.t r rIMI
Iwtt.INIXPtNIIVt. 40 10AM CopePuOdIl S15PI. 005 POND>> victorto. net IneHienini
II Rest Iitat WcntttJ LARGf kirnlilwe, Miinmtnl M 1 OIL CO. ,. WareHaute 4.1 551.101. 5105 11I-111I. enee, kut MOM tint WouMM

t Mratm lists 6 26 NW I Oth Ave.PR I Ii 3622 BEACH BLVDJACKSONVIlU ..,.. 10.5554 ..... winuit" to ,... II HUMenoltun
In too* nndMM II.... 00054 'A-I. PAlM WANU" II Os 111 a.... I134t erPHHIil. 3 Wttkl company paid train fLA. 5. I. 11II1111. M sill et .._.. CoH
] tor IWM 41.51.15011, Wills up pllO.ovl WItIlII .. 00145bosmitup
0011.1 OIl 1.110, Call, 374.t727 i 4( Unfumiihel' Apt I II' Ing In management wll. 359-2561 toM 51 OiMIs. 101.113551711115.U.F.Ii THAN ORDINARY PICK-UPS 4V VANS
II.W LIlTING. Alet,00l sup 5,4.room. or w"10 m NW 1111. 4t Ing Mrvlcing mtrchandi-, i own_..TY tt ...., t-i ..... intanjtt H4--
I bells. 0001110511! 151.4ietd 4 $ iillrUttl. b Sp0 Cite i iII
_. OS .77 Ils.oll.o 551114 111beenipilppid. Ing available to qualiftdptrtoni $ACIIPICI .- MUITANO" bell IVnty MTU Sod. true
.11- USedo. 19 Out .. T Pps.SyFlAME } TROPICAL
101 s 100 10' lit Wl..b55ly w 1mI'?. _-.. Earn while, you bow. soS.5I.55 10. 5 'SuoISs I' MHHI4. AH wtrii ...-- lilt IIlIulL. I PONTIAC
.,... lull!. kllchm win.UNtVIRSITT AU IIPiwne lId P1. III P5 I leomi-excellent opportun : __ PvR MN hiy low JLowOWrns SI. '
50021. 0 rml o oon.'. I7tl l 4 CM tor be,. toLL p" $5511. I PM IS I FMIAILY
I 4 thietr O.M.C Truck
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II Kite er, irtor I M PM VtttnUNPUINISNIO try to Inter tervicenation :
ACRti NW *..t. 01>1.. 11,1, Old TIPIS, .. Cell Contact 31450 IS AvtenMtNtt tar .
|... rttlrltIM luNlvUltn. .) tcrtMl Cr1100 City' ...,." I MdMmCall 4.5100lS5$5. I TON Vork .Ak Cenel'lonor, Tho _____ 220 NW IthAvt.
PKM 11_'" Ira,.. .tort IXMO NI ... 5511. Mr Henry DeLoach. FR 2. Sod nee I met. CM) IK"* mi 1l01 CIUVIOLITI FOR THE CORRECT
arntn .-..... OU'.... city 40 .u.I.... ,..,.rII.. n 6.,.66. 5331.OP let IIM lIONS Mey PltniITMtll. .- ....... 5 5ll04.04, s5r.tlows. pp
..Umllfc-Wut NQ CITY TAXIL. 501.515 54. 51. IIW TIME 0
tollS 4beeeuOf.CSlo5 7se 055 rtlM Illm tr Mr IMI II AX II.
TWO CORNERS I 5711151 550. 4.40 400 SO lot eel 5505 71 5504lesson. -'NO" UPSSOLSII5YCIcelow -
M.M.PARRISH BUSINESS LOTS $100. .... ........ 4 wIlls "'. 5755504 .155 1157 5 Al.p.OoM be II No ;o"o- OolliK Xk 'm, 5017 FR2.14flCauVIPv
IMI BiHrtet. .. .!. cine I"
.1I71".fll...... Ie pool lebeew 1 5 < f
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MUM HP RM3 N. Mull II. UM NW I A... Apt i. bPi ...... t'dGlAlscIIl. 5,51, -.A.r":. ene..: ..f. IM NW IIMI IIVIKUt ONLY4DAYS
II. in, tonM IRI kit eiilmce II omwk .*. tn. 1105.7 ChsnmstedH. '
; 4W. KlrKiMtrkll '- II NM 4 din' rm* Mir 4 lhA rm. llr VIRY lUCCISSKUC IIMCIAIR P100,0315.51stWI ...
AMOCIATI1 INC >.M, P* 14404GOOD cone Will Mil 1v..1t,,,. PR ".11.. for .Mos a. tome finen.cm W'N 10 41 .... 151010004 I 40 PALCON Mill 85. It 1IIt
.. ..-." SrSl.0. 51311, Geod Ebseot
M IN".. Mill HUM OrMltm 2114. Mlp 51150044. 0005045ly'" H'tIt
Cowlyltp.ol5 Miry PiirrliJl 1 BUY 51.10010,0 _-_ CMI 315.3551

11 N 0 Plb SlowS tS 371.1371 llf IM wwtl R.P Won.mm 47 K.... let ..... '... WilSON'S EXCHANGE IHlIM'ALA",._ IMTI 4 IPK4
....., s$5tp.p is. 5 lId. We.....J h''*, III 11. lit Itnol PlxiiPe not. 0se 51551005. lAbel. BARKLEYMOTORS
I -1nG getid bpSO 6-Room .nd !lath HaUlS ---- -" KM ,![! LASSITER'REALTYH w AN TED USED orFtCl SAFE : "IIAbONPW* -
tor. luilMn trawrty > tntmiv 3734 NW I. .. Solo bom one ckeire. UtM.rociwori bUICK' IPICIAL" 4 Out
.. CALL FR 6 8269.
Avt tt kinmtM. uM 4411311 vt tl recetri iittt ItltlM W_ LEFTRIDGWAY

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A. I. HARP FR 0-5578 ,wMtar. rrer. Lows .rtwlnxru 1 1101100. 151W 511$ 514 1101 Re ItltltCONXRJTI ... RAMILM AmwICM .eM. THE .1011" MOTOR CO.
: OLIN IPRINSI ARIA Lrge M>. me. PR4 4 BMraom I both lowe en torW BUSINESS LOT MIH i"o* tur- 51555 STAIP. IS COI- SHOP PIMrtllli ty..l.t. .1. etne. Salt' MM IW 1101 H. I
CRIIKIIDI double let turn .Z'f. '". W. U"Ity 4010.'A. I recur. ... III 4 IH. Rtcktr ntn n 1, /.... fa 2.417.
: i in i 140 Llrw LR .i... Mr* ZONED IAI IIS hit frontlne I mNW Mir emfrcn.t co l till liM Nl U TorMevlnf ---COiVA'" MONtA ; -'
NW __ PR U '
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torpor .
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An M UNtuck
.t ORICNHOUK I pitIes. rwndl Ioc'..,... M NW lOll acm A... PrkMlow 41 H.....' for Reiil ,U,.rm.. IHOTHIIIVI4nt rnerkoe beN to rMiiri ..,it.... 5004 .01111100. Sal I ...
.j' MINd to Ml .,1cII. PIT tun or lIt ,lIlt, Alucnut_ i SIred. Moony Nif Pofnltun, 174tm turne ..._ It !>.... wlt Iw
wtk POOL t CCI Roc TMttonMUM ISISUniversity. Mr.tlwllrl I I.. Ubelh.. 40,11,11 .IP 5401.A 11ft AVO. pnoe P* o.itiIII 5l01. 501000015. $11 4. 0 .. USED CAR
>rlOi* '11. Now .
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trnt Down tun cmmt "'.. I Pve eot A ) nlmRt WAIHletORVIRI. '
i Tim rlce slIp CiOM IhninIf Realty Sits ... 11.10. II .,.."A : : i ft. PRIKIRi ei-'l IU WILLVI RUNI OOO NIC* SALE / ;,
.by lISsleoplostS ONLY. CIII U. 1111 N. MIDI" II ..... 1714111 ---msi, ITNop ,,,.... 171. PtMtw PR 4.1045. .. ?1'AI OR I I OI1MWASHIRI.rMe SUITING CAR III PHONtaiit2

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VM NOW YOU tM enln' MtMt trim -1\:: :=::: .
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yw mil' Urge I IR I ItlK 'lirm'lll; ; ii In ..,. .,.,. At, Poll lilt 05 HANOI. M14 1010 .. U.I. 00050pI 'CORVAIR
hunt wild ltd M H of llvlntm win 11 ..,.. In tot-iccf Silos.semI 5l5,5 "n'ng' rro.. I.mll. CIn .o. lor..k..lo chrneo 4115115 "' .....$ PIll Wills wr IP 4IIIIM-

plus bit t lIi Cur oirMtlull !touts me puma. (Ill,, intV4 ,Ito Claw... Hue CffltW odleeILKilo1. It'. ",. 1001. to..... I "' *... $11 OAt HIM urntw*. (HI ewn, '43 54101115 Cletelt Mr R4H 2-Door. 3.Speed1 WMtwolli
In IMI LIKI NIW: or I .m.. Pt I.Jl2I. lqli50' lit NW Itth An' W' S.IrSlll, ...,.ow., 4.4. III moslIe loP be p.111151.Prpsero. ..'_... '",one, toytr. llrtt LR t.B> 311.5411.N. 1 121. 375-1104 "ArcMT Rtf PR Mill 4.5.40. 15 .... .11.. sod 17" WAS JW
"'/.!. OR, Ptmllv mm withPlriplKt. Kr i 01 Mrmminl e. 'Iv,.. W. 001, $1115. 115.45. I AMWO I ,....
IIR I bulls $11505
Ill seeders kltrlMfl Nnntf. MthMy' _...., los I RIPOUIISIO ",",11v.*. Sole --- ""' $497RIDGWAY
.. win wilt.M iton ..... elm.WIllW. Jr hgum. ,.,lItI'', Iv,.. mlyPOROYCI N..1. I IR I Milt HUM .. $54. OilS rt"'lf. I IMP IMMt, SINGERSLANT0AATIC 1141 PRO PONTIAC I.nn"M NOW
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dI.peo.l. 5eo11.ll MMt. | MUM IK*** Ime t MUM."IutI.J.I
i AIRCONOITIONINO 4 ASWXIATfl INC. MARY MOELLER pl000 411511. .... dooblO "4.555. :::. P54s. IInIOSrSIyCI
TH.II as.... Seed 155111, W u... 17HJM lilt W umvtralty AvtPR toM MKinti' T"*t "e MVeryltimt ._.. 505. "4. 0 010711 IllS PLYMOUth 4-o MrlleMHWl .

OPFIR COMIIOIII9 I or II "ACRII AltrocHvt Homeolto t-4.t\ ownl, If. 51115 15011117 Ine 51. 10.115, wlIt, ouI oIl'.. 00.455 4 Dmitr, IM RIM. ...,. iMirtv
Clll J7HHI. I McOwM PtirnlMrt. Ct 515104511 55.5 O. 104155. lAM tUM. UN. CM P* M M,.t$,fIPM ... VCMI AT MOTOR CO.
mm Will K city llmlttIII lOst NW UNI I' I IR Mmi In OtiwvlHt, jhaioliit Con,... html oil. Ply ..... tl till w
ol M_ rood Dry IIni wIll Pirk. UM tkwn me in '"' / NAWIIMWIIIMtTOR. .
$405 DOWN 1M p.r meotle III.oIud1. .... II II 'or 15551Ioll
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l5o.. 51 'n'oncol I WOMI. II.IM in ecre wltb tormi.Clll ... .... ir will rom fir Kl Mrmu. PAIR. If LAMPLUs it .0 sell wlIo Ilm" .., Crew C*. SECOND LOCATION
Dick Rotlnun' RALPH Plum PR I0 lPOROYCI mtmt, I be IMM t 005.boo .
IR | lilD NORTMWIIT tett- o,. 1.51. S.WONII5. wi N, MAIM;

,011451..... Ttrrizil"" 1.1.1 HMTI prks! 51115 III.' POISE.... 171.05.lv. V. Riillor.. II. Mr. Unly 11110,5.lb.3 1Ir. 11500. A.(, 011w. 3I lablii TAILit t irwurntccHltnH IfKJtt' 114.0557. rOOUCABLEMOTORS 4 ,,, ..- 100 N.W Ith A>.. 172-iOOJ

150. 111151 quellIp P114. Iuoohlhd ...... ....... Ayes 4 AIIOCIATIt. Inc. CHAN. --d-; Mriewwtrt 101oaleulssslo.os.trowo'I&Ues SINGER
*151. SIP 50111 53.5 'UO, 41 RIALTORtM
PInS Norm il GeI_....,.. MW W. Unto" VUTM ,
.. MAKtt. CM PR. .-.
S-tI. SIgN tsr
378-1521 SLIM ="t- ..5.30. SO.Ip 34 loss = C lOl.liri. ; T-A-6 APPLIANCIJd *wri ..... 11-No oHocHmemt Mo* COMPttrlAUTOMOtlLI
Knot It IIM ....., ALto, quIll 505 T..IS. .
per ,5000iuSdOoael.OC.d ... Peno wlk' eoM trMl too* tn n tit A... m M
4 step Iroct tor II tM Mr ecrtMr Phone 376.4827. .. RIPAIRIMtity .
lolrietrotorl from IM SII ue p op. oi M .. or My kkMM
1.01150- ballot MMIcel' tenool .:.i1O. |vtcm POR hINT by 001l0r I III. I 5511515 tP.n l.p III tt I'l Write Jimmy Craky .' uioe c.n BUY
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...n.. 1551015, II N, MeM" PR M404 Phone FR 2-:6M I I Po04Pow.15 Epyu. Sr.1105,. 545 OIl 55 Vp Value R.t.eI 45y55SIIOUTHRIP4
30550 ...tbt.MERRILL. ;UIT IILLM.,lnt room lUll 5155.0015110550
20 Beautiful > I OliDoallopi "om.* ue ... ... 5.II50
Acres 41 -. e> Rent $17Vwe trim IM M .1. 3 UitdCort AUTO
I It Ml titf dtv Abtull Kmat4l
ne. Itviril MCM IrtH ntII FRONT BEDROOM .* NW UK "Ann mutt ...;. --"-- BCrG MOTOR CO. N MM It USED CARS

bOd,....., 1H ...... On.tomptriry oniy' mnuet. SlIp I'oot Flee ...._ rlul_ ttrWKtkit LATI 55015 TV. usoolsell INt FIJI' 'L.GHT SIlLS (LUlL ruin
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(MM WMn MrcH, ctntrMkMllne 0. J. Aniw.. AHKlttM CM III.." til NWAvo. OtiS DISCOUNTPRICES 1 _. $155 tI'10 I.
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OUT ., I III RIOUCiaPKICI U..-II .._-II p.,. PUN, I ni (_to. IrinnPURNilHIO everybody.HENORIX OIl .'150 11111 Lu..... 0..l 5.5.SCM '64 PONTIAC
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