Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00228
 Material Information
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 19, 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
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00228
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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THE WEATHER Oiaiut5uilleSun! ESVILLE f!

Fair, Mild



Gator Coin9 10 ;

I Scalp Huntin' ::1., J (' Congo Troops Start

Seven-foot Albert the University of Florid

mascot, got some help today from cheerleader
Dianne Cueny as lit completed plant U leave .
r -
lor Tallahassee I* bunt Semlnolet. Drive on Stanleyville I
University officials, maintaining the veil of
secrecy that hat surrounded the mascot since
weekead attempt to kidnap the gator, indicated .
the hunt would take place at Doak Campbell i..
Stadium afternoon.

Lambda Chi Alpha sponsors .( Albert' trip, Missionary'sFate -- -BY J. EDGAR HOOVER. .. -
laid the gator would be heavily guarded by a
"sufficient" number of fraternity members."It .
anything happens to Albert" one fraternity Rests
spokesman added "this may be the quickest Warren Report
pledge class to be blackballed la history." ,
(IT photp) e With>l Rebels

white API-Congolese LEOPOLDVILLE)i mercenaries troops, the launched led Congo by M. L. King Blasted

their drive on rebel Stanley.
ville today while the rebel regime .. It

there demanded negotiations WASHINGTON 'lAP( ) FBI day with a group of women re
on the fate of American Director J. Edgar Hoover has porters.He .
medical missionary Paul Carl- Commissionas
blasted the Warren
In rebel angrily charged the
son and other foreigners "unfair and unjust" and
Warren Commission with "a
territory.The II
called Dr Martin Luther King classic example of Mondaymorning y 9
central government force Jr, "the most notorious liar In quarterbackmg" In

moved out of Kundu, 250 miles' the country," discussing its report on the assassination
south of Stanleyville for what Hoover boiled over on these of President John F. ,
they hoped would be a quick and other matters including Kennedy.The .
seizure of the rebel capital. lenient bleeding heart Judges,"
headed by M'
in a lengthy Interview Wednes-
Some 200 white mercenaries Chief Justice Earl Warren has h )1

mostly South Africans, Belgians said the FBI failed to notify the
and Britons were be- Secret Service that the' assassin,
Brooklyn, Rules Pair lieved spearheading between Lee Harvey Oswsld, was In Dil-
PortsmouthTo 300 and 500 Congolese troops King Calls las last Nov. 22, the day Kenn
dy wa slain iHOOVER

Rebel had leader announced Chrlstophe postponement Hoover ClaimIrresponsible In New York City alone,
Close? Gbenye
Can Be TriedBy of the death sentence complained 7000 pen
) (See HOOVER, Page 1)) .H,'.
WASHINGTON (AP) Congressional given Dr. Carlson, who had Upset
sources said today been scheduled to die last Mon

the Brooklyn, N.Y.. and Portsmouth NOR.LaCOE All are Indicted for first degree day, following an appeal from ATLANTA G*. (AP) Dr.
N.H., Navy yards are Sun Staff Writer murder and will be tried Kenya Prime Minister Jomo Martin Luther King Jr., Negro City Officials Studying
those picked by the Defense -
among Kenyatta.
Circuit Judge J. C. Adkins together civil rights leader branded to- I
to be closed.A
Jr. ruled that Con nil Culpepper ,was shot In an apparent the
well placed source here today Gbenye told Kanystta execution day as Irresponsible a charge
Louise Dampier, 17. and Rob- robbery attempt. He fired would be carried out next by FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover Management Report
said that not only the big Brook-
ert Joiner, 22,'are tans enoughto at the robber, Joiner showed Monday if no bails was found' that King lied about actionsof
go to trial Dee. 1 on charges up at Alachua General Hospital for negotiations on "the prisoners federal agents In Albany Ga
Shutdown? they murdered shopkeeper R. wounded.In the chest of war" by then, A telegram to Hoover from By JEAN CARVER H by the pound," the city manager -
Eglin T Culpepper In his Waldo Road and thumb, ana first was questioned Gbenye also replied to a warn. King who Is In the Bahamas, Son Staff Writer added
FORT WALTON BEACH. grocery April 2Adklni >. by police while In the leg from US. Ambassador G. was released here by his offlcs. Although city official are Earlier thin year \the commit: ,
also turned back emergency room and under wired Hoover he had .. ilon dtocussed the i
(AP) Rep.' Robert Sikes, D- .narcument McMurtrie Godley that the rebels King qu. studying a voluminous r o u gk : proposed
that the strategic that statements by sedatives. would be held responsible tloned the FBI' effectiveness to draft of a management a per.,"' 1I1t'1I1III'.QIdp waft a num."*' !'
Fla, said today '
air1 Command' 31 th Joiner to ,police immediatelyafter Gainesville Police Chief V. for the lafety of wore than tar. racial<< Incident prepared bj, I New York consulting ,ter "consulting Urmt and
bomber located at Eglm.. the crime ,should be D. Joiner (no relatlonp has 'American inb rebel ton Y? ',.!..*AMVt? an accVawanylng firm, contents of the re. contracted with linen, Allen and
Air Force wing Base will be closed thrown out, on gtoundk' his con.,, Mid Q" thinks Robert. tJolnlt'fltt4' Radio Stanleyville+ Gbenye said ,I statement King_*ai4 i M would* port will not be avallibl until Himfllon for the comprehensive I
out as of the military cut stitutionat rights were violated at IQll fppet, and the the United lutes wn "held responsible not eng0 to >.Slle defeat. attar the first of the yur. study tf city oper.U ftl.
back. part The rulings came on a bit- Dampiers were driving the getaway for the deaths of many with the FBI chief. City Manager Bill Green said TIle management study was t
tery of legal motions ... more car. The Damplers were Congokos."* Hoover said Wednesday (hit today city afflclal have been peclal: project urged for sometime
Sikes said that the closingwill to ... filed tourt-' arrested' In Fairbanks two day Xing'1 was "the, moil notorious
until 1968 are come by A US. embassy spokesman. studying the report for about by Commissioner Alan
not take place for the, aftse'the crane liar In the country.. The FBI
appointed lawyers said there wa no Indication 10 day. Sutherland and Commissioner
He said about 1,200 person three defendant. Joiner, I Mrs. Two separate issue wert Involved how or when negotiations might director said thus was true because James Richardson following
will be affected. in today's hearings had said FBI H* laid It would probably
Dampler and her husband, be started. King agentsIn hit election In March,
(See TRIAL, Page 17)) Ga failed to act on lake two week or more to review
John Scott Dampier, 21. The assumption In Leopold- Albany, The survey Include all city
lyn naval Installation but also ville 1 I. ,that Gbenyt, who declared Negro complaint because the the study and return the departments and general admlnlslrstlv -
two other bases In New York- agents were Southerners comment of city commissionor -
the Americans and Belgians procedures followed
the Brooklyn Army Terminal MERCURY ERUPTSAS "prisoner of war" wants In his telegram to Hoover, and other officials to the by city officials and I* expected
which employs about 2,000 per. the United State and Belgium King denied he had attributed Boot, Allen and Hamilton, a to recommend a numberof
and Ft. Jay on Governor1 what he termed FBI Ineffective- New York management consulting -
sons PRESSURE UPSBy to cut M their aid to Premier major change
(See NAVY YARDS Page 2)) Moire Tshombe exchange for net* to the heritage *f agent' firm. Richardson, who bee kepi hi
his freeing the hostage Americana Kina said to the accompanying: The city: manager said the close touch with the New York:
PAT WILKINSON and Belgian In WashingIon brief statement: firm asked that the rough draft consultants has indicated at recent -
Nellie Doig, UeiFStadeit JvaraattsiSaving State Department press officer "I cannot conceive of Mr, not be released by the city since commission meeting that
on beating fLleII.te1y1 Robert J. McOoskey said Hoover making a statement like the review by official e a old the report will Include revised
Long-Time ,Half of November so far baa experienced days with temperature the government has not put this without being under extreme change part of the report. operation In tilt planning department .
over M degrees, says State Cllmalologist Keith Butson. This any pressure on Tshombe government pressure Ma has ippar Green said the page weren't and an emphasis en
Dies Is several degrees above normal for this month. Past years ahow' to hold up IU drive onStanleyville enlly faltered under the awesome numbered, but "It* about an use of data processing methods
Citizen, temperature to have averaged around 7S degree until the American burden, complexities and Inch and a half thick. particularly In the finance department.
The reason for the warm weather is similar to the vacuum that are taken care of. (See KING, rae 2)dlnary ) "I hope we're not paying for .
Long-tune Gainesville! resident Is bound to be filled.
Mrs Nellie Doig H, of 230 ,The cold weather winds and snow blustering around the Rocky
NW 2nd Ave., died tills morning Mountain state and penetrating a* far southwest as Flagstaff, MENTAL RETARDATION WEEK
at Alachua General Hospital Arls., are being held back by a high pressure area over the eastern
She bad lived here lot 77 United State

)'ears. Even Las Vegas Nev., has had a near-record snowfall for early
Born May 11, 1870, the worked November measuring three Inches Butson said 75 Year Afflicted in
as I secretary at First The high pressure result from heavy upper air wind which a County "
Presbyterian Church for IS are ben down and pushing the cold air from the northwest ,
years She was a founder of farther to the southwest rather than toward Florida.
the Gainesville Garden Club Some snow I II falling la and around Maine, with a cold front M By GRACE KNIGHT person to the mere mea Retardation I Ia I condition of retarded that they remain coin-
Lotus Circle and for several the eastern seaboard extending southwest Into Texas. OF Bsadeat Jesraatet lion of mental retardation er Mbaverag Intelligence: which pbtely! drpmrftnl on other all
years was state treasurer forth The Lake States region I Ia experiencing some rainfall Butson Three of each hundred babies menial JlliMM. But "widened limit a child shIfty to Iran,. their live. They cannot feed
Women Christian Temperance said which la a relief from Its recent rather long dry speD. bora In the U.: S. are mentally knowledge to the scientific aaj* This limitation varies In sorer themselves or DM a billet .
Union. Meanwhile the balmy weather of the Krai-tropics, encouragedby retarded. has east a new tight on CIIMC Uy. They must be cared for like
She was a member of First the absence of cold air has spread farther north than tsual and In Alachua County, thin mean and treatmrnt, and now we can helples b.bles.
Presbyterian Church. Gainesville reap the' benefit South Florida I* not experiencing that of the VM tablet born mention tile dread word opt* About M per cent of retarded Great advance have been
Survivors l Include a daughter higher than average temperatures for November, en fin IMS about 7J will be mentally !y. children have an Intelligence made In the pst IS year In understanding
Mr*. Byrd C. Fryer Sr. of A five-day forecast promise warm weather h 'aortft Florida retarded. For the ent I restate This week hat been art aside quotient of M to 71. and are the caused oC retire
Gainesville; three listen, Mr*. until the end of the week when some showers are expected of Florida, the somber t* "Mental Retardation,Weak* termed "tducabl" They r*. nation and bi formulating pr*.
W.W. Blwy Otter Creek; Mr*. The highest temperature hi Gainesville for the first half of November each year I* about J.Mfl. to call attention of the aaUon lethe spend to training when under veflUv measured. In 1MJ I h *
C. H. Barker Trumansburg was H degrees M the IM and 14thr the lowest M degrees Fear and revulsion used .to be problem of mental del tcto*. clot supervision. They are able National InsUfuto of Mess tall
N. Y.; and Mrs. J. W Smith M IN 1Mb the common reaction at an er- fJ. to become reasonably produo Health wee created, giving an
Williamsport Pa; a grandson, live citizens. Impetus to research and .to

Byrd C. Fryer Jr., Jacksonville! ; Another group has an InteU community Interest. and action
and two
Patricia Ann and William Fry. gene quotient of IS to 10. With Citizen! In 1MO formed the
careful training, they can leant National Association for Retard
er, both of ohnJoa Jacksonville: Funeral Horn r to take care of their perwmal lid Children The GalntsvUla
Jone*- of needs, feed themselves, and do chapter! has been operating forth
b to charge In
simple tads. About I) per cent put seven years, and hat
.c a retarded children are to thlacroup. as lu president E. E. Wyatt,
yM For 144 ME Cnd Ave.

Five per cent are M seriously (CMtiawd Oe Page II)

TO FIND ,IT Christmas?
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C..lfid. iX'rm u nrw Otaml fMnuu JkaJ Caaspasgat!

5aN50eiwwe.5 t 2Obituaries = W.uthe1' Ire aoiIht iud I,
'bass 'Ian doll head tit Who anefUa from (be United Fund of Greater.
o,11otI rile 6 arbau">... They, art CalnesvIO
SportsW.we. 1S-1 :ffaa* ffcef lead at farmer So On* of the participating agencta la tilt Girl
*'* 12. H ;,viet Premier WUu Kara *!* U Scoot Did JIll know Gainesville aa. la CM
chew and President Johnaoaj (aa f Scout troop nerving more Mae all girt from I
'If yos CGUIdI' guest ee dlspa( ** to 17 yean II age, and baa the Ugh**! percenUga
k Lonfao Udar a< fb. Soctoffat *f CM Scoot per girl population (X pet cent at
,. pwrtraK SeiripW UM lti W any dry h the Ifeooaty Gateway CM Scout Conadf
Gridiron They are Da work W Stefaai I Included .to the movement are taut troop tf handicapped girt,
Greenbacks Yaraa II year aid aodptoc( \ aad Hart that) Itt adult registered M votoataer leaden, fratotnaad
............r-r adoUnMraUva aide*.
'II .< .".1 TW to attdtd .
Winner !gni acncy at war cemnuwty.B
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: : .WMhM ) f t yw lea.* aat a* yet mad yew eofunbuUoaj to QM 1M1 United
Pag 11 --L I. Fwd campaign, tend yoar check *r pledge to: The United Fund
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in the NEWS-. Area Students To View I bitttaric

tat funtrol orrengomenti M* fuiwru
1N/t51 M MI. lOG'.

GM Science Exhibit James Edward Cullen 84,

BrieflyiU of 4018 NW 6th St, died Wednesday -
evening in Alachua

I A portable radio powered by One of the highlights of the the hood of the car convert General Hospital after a long

"liquid sunshine," a platform I show Is a fuel cell, a device light rays Into electricity which illness.

sliding across the floor on a that converts chemical energy drives a small electric motor Mr. Cullen was born In Germany

i r MI thin layer of air, and a misbehaving -Into electrical power. Potentially Inside the car. A 300. watt lamps In 1880 and educated In

( suitcase Illustrate prinples one of the most significant used to simulate the sun's the public schools of New York

used in modern guidance scientific developments of the ays. As the light strikes the City and Philadelphia, Pa. Tex.

systems. Sounds wacky but Its century, the fuel cell manufactures 'ells, the Sunmobile moves tile School.He .

really science. electricity with much :smoothly across a table.In moved to Gainesville in

I These are but a few of the greater efficiency than is now addition to sun power the 1944 and established the SuperIor -

t !+ scientific demon it rations obtained from conventional power Previews audience will see an Rug Cleaning Co. He was
1 1d
ainesvllle and area studentswill plants.In air bearing platform In opera- 4a I member of the Grace Presbyterian

.1:;... see In the famed General the show a few drops of Ion. This small platform supported .e r".t"e Church and the Elks

Motors science show "Previews "liquid sunshine" added to the by three large circular solia Club.

'., of Progress," coming soon. I,cells provide enough energy to pads, is designed to slide over r Surviving is hit wile, Mrs.

John Hartnett and Mike Zem- operate a portable radio. any flat surface on a thin layerof Emily Jordan Cullen.

mln of GM will\ narrate the 45- Another example of solar en air. Runs on SunshineThe

minute, non commercial pre ergy, the amazing Sunmoblle The first area performancewas
amazing Sun mobile, a car that runs on "liquid
sentation. The show li one of will be demonstrated. The 15-
given at High
sunshine" several scientific demonstrationswhich
r. is of
fj seven presented by GM teamsto inch model car depends on eight School this morning Remain area school one students will see beginning today. ..

more than one million students > photoelectric cells for its operation der of the schedule is as fol- Fhotovoltiac cells on the hood of the car converts
annually. The button r like cells on lows:
/ light energy to electrical power. -....---

frI Nov. 20 Trenton High 1 I UUIH, MR. JAMII IOW..HB Pu.norol .

Weather Roundup School 10 a.m.; and Bell High will' be oorvlcot.! ION Mr...Mr.M. on Cvllm Prldov. ogo N M.-,

School, 1pm.; Nov. 23 -Bradford I Dentist vombor n I'M 5' Wlllloent TlwnoiPunorol .
College C"..* wilt Rm. C. 0 W.
County High, 10 s n. and' tr conducting lw "", Icoo..1." ., will
Melrose bo In Oreomllle < C. to lorlngwoodComotorv I
High School, 1:30: Cowl,) rMuml lt .t flown
p.m.: Nov. 25 Santa Fe High be emlflod one memorial bo w nl tolulMlne
Pur Sft5 Oroco Proibyterlon -
10 a m. and A. L. Mebane :1 Group To MeetThe Chute" of N W. 11IH IIDOId .

p.m.; Nov. 30 Uncoln High Mill. NILLIS MAWIIV ,..

w Gainesville,_ 10 I.m. and Dixie' norol formerly..""torvod... lor M Mra. OfHce Do*.Secretary igo NN,

county High 2 p.m.; Dec. 1- Advisory Committee for ion In dentistry of Pint II.rVwkrttrIM 01 ... M. 'OH SeturdOT Clwrcft will. NovombvI M held'

ZONESA Westwood Junior High, 10 a.m. the planned College of Dentistryat The committee, composed of IMI ol Pint "_or t.. Crmrcfl

r _higimt Portly 7o cloudy to M and Mntiy mild Cloudy lodewins .ar-e 'and Gainesville High, 1:30: p.m.: the University of Florida I 14 Florida dentists will discuss With Wollor Df_u. I.".Cordon.. IK* ond MrvlcM P.OV Ciry Sun

with occMlonol, tnoworl ond ",-,- Dec. 2 Newberry High 10 meets at the University's J. Hil- curriculum at workshop session 'Id will be M Ivorgroen Cemotlry. un-
_... tonlgnt and ,,"'... Turnlnecolour la.m. and Howard Mr IM direction" of Jenei JoKnunPwwol
I.'. lonlgnt or PrWoy., Low..I Bishop Junior Us Miller Health Center Friday with four dental school leadersof Homo. Mn.' Don, who livid

MM hnlint portion In tho fcwlhtrly flttlM wtit.,....to Incr.IUIIM..- R [ High 1:30 p.m. and Saturday to discuss educa- other universities and U n I M Tuoidoy IM NW nwrnlftf fed A..In o., Alochuo OolnonllU GonerolMoHHiol dirt

f"AP' Wlrophote to the tun) k>e ond ,.. '... II to IS tuoto by versity of Florida physic) n s TM tomlly roeueiM I Hit
:. 1.10 mlttlne te nortliorly II to More tte ere be mill* .nil-owttrlbutlens
N .':1.'T.,. tonight ond oirly Prldiy and educators.The bo wads M tne Women CKrlltlon Tomporonce .
I ,..11. cloudy M cloudy tnrougltFrktoy Union Honorarv eollboirtriwill
S New Senator Family she 1(5Nyenleht or Prl. AboutHoover bt euort of the. Plril, Pretby
coy wormor tenlgnt: wlm too Hi od. workshop opens at I a m ferleitfllgrcn.OKIIIr' :'
Turning' cooler' Friday ond loturdiyMien Friday. Speakers Include Dr. AII Mil MARILYN JOMHION-
"The Walter F, Mondale children, Eleanors Jane, to II Prldoy,mllM In oor TOi hour loutnorly inn .11..wlndlII ...., vln Morris, Dean of the Dental ,....... MrvkM' for Mr Hirrll. igt

Z ;. leftt William, 2, and Theodore, 7, were In their docnMlne' '...I. ond hear b.coml Prl-emrmirly School University of Kentucky; II. will, be November field et II,I IN4 31 M P.M.G,,Mletvirdoy ..

Sleepers and ready for bed by the time Mondale 540 I* to M IONS M M5b1 From Page 1 Dr. Louis Atkins a dentist from 5," Ittnol ....M a. mi CKvrcn" MrvkM wlHi Burlilwill .tHoliley ..,
-..reached his Minneapolis home Tuesday after being C, D Partly cloudy to ilountatown, Fla, and a member bo In Plnogrove' Cenwtoryrnur
to fill the unexpired term through Friday. Show sons would have to be taken out until mo direction of Ovncon tret. .Monk
senator-designate cloudy today at the
: Named earliest. of the Advisory Committee; c''....,,,*4i will' bo roulvtd 01 mo
. -rrf,Sen. Hubert Humphrey. Mondale and his wife, ers likely Friday. Low to- of circulation every time a president But In Houston Tex, Aaron Dr. Samuel P. Martin Provostof homo of M'.. ...".... Holmw' IM N Wtn .
makes ; Piece' ot 1.41 P.MI '1.10llN.ON .
.:loan, expect to be house hunting soon in Washingoo. night In 60s. High Friday In ALMANAC If It a public appearance Henry a Mississippi NAACP the J. Mills Miller Heal t h M. .UIIN Pww' d. $5).
and deemed
:::%D1\ SO*. Cooler Friday night au,0 1,4.0 I II S m. were necessary member told newsmen In an Center; Acting Dean of the College 051 Sr M,. JNtnwn will M Mid II
Saturday. South and south tunrlio. N"t."o1". d.SO .m. to remove "every individ- interview 'M P.M. on lundov.IM4 Nm.mb.r n.
that of Medicine
FBI Dr. Emanu 1 ,
.. agents In e ot Old WIM toptlu church M
FLIES HOME west winds 15 to 25 miles an MoonrlM Lilt "" ..10 tonlgnt, ....... .. ... .. ...I.M Nov.P.m.If ual who might threaten the Southern states generally are Suter Dr. John J, Salley Deanof Meoftuo wllftt. L....Oonnloon,.., conducting
hour this afternoon and Friday The Moon will ogoln, be Pull on OrCombs safety of the president. mo Mrvkoi. will bo.
II .... ot mil MmoKIIOM a luoN not in sympathy with civil the Dental School University I'. M.II_ Comolory vndor mo di.ro.N55
and 8 to 15 miles an Ol tho Aloon will ,... Noce' However the FBI director 01 Dunces 511.1 Motkl51' ,. "''I ,.
- President Johnson will fly mil will bo vlilbio from It. ....,.. I rights. of Maryland, and other Univer- 550.0 051 Pr... MN1b.stf 1.050
tour tonight said, his office Is turning to I'. Pro 01 Orend Union ""II"....
over '
to his ranch near Johnson City nine lo It* ond throughout Nort Iumwice. I "I'll go further than that sity physicians and educators. ,
I, P.0, M. I Partly cloudyHirauoh the Secret Service the names of"thousands on and Deocen of >MI"'"n Chum,,
- Texas, this afternoon on a holI- Prldoy. A 11111. wormor tongnt .- said Henry, a Clarksville druggist I MITN. M*. MiniiriT AL55H055-
.... Saturday sessions Include Dr.I
Low lonlgnt" M Hint Prl.diy TlMflUTUUIILIIWH.UII of beatnik, crack .
Punorol MrvkM for Mr tmim' ogo M
- day that will combine recreation In Mi foul HourI and. Mi/tnwoit wlndlIt L 're,. pots and kooks." "J. Edgar Hoover is not in Charles Jerge, a member of the Dot. peclol, Duty Inglneor' for ,....
with official routine and lo N mllM in tune with civil Ron Iliad, will bo hoio of SW P Won .
.. rights.
portly cloudy through ''dIY. JodiionvllioMloml 13 N planning staff for the dental .
extend through the Thanksgiving A Illtlo ......". Low tonlgnt m low n 7. Hoover appeared before the I In discussing civil with new Pruiv. November M. ifM it WllllemtTHomoo -.
Bi, ronglnf' M U ,,,,..... High Prl. TimooNiw 11 tl commission last May 14 and rights school at the University of Punorol cM54will MrOIOMI
TncKmorton" tin
week-end. In out loulh ... MulnwMl wlndl' .. 75 W the women Hoover conducllnt MrvIcol
doe *'on'' reporters. Connecticut and Dr. ,
told after ; Harry Bo- Burlol will bo at Hlllcrotl MomorlH >
11 M II m/115 on OHomloiton St 05 newsmen testifying
His scheduled departure from K Portly ._. through Prldoy.Uw .. .. 111 II he panel was doing "a described as a "scandalous hannon, professor of dentistry at Pork
tonight' In tow m. Hlgn PrldoyMOT Now vom' 11 45 very I thing to do" the 1UCM, M." PJOIA MAC PunorllMrvlCM )
the White House In mldafter- ... Imlnooit and Mulll winds WiihlnglMCIMieo M M .M thorough Job." He said it had suspension by a the University of Kentucky.The for Mn Wolcll. 090 17 NurvM
mii. on Hour, bocomimHulhorly 40 : McComb Miss. AM. will bo hold' ol ) M FAI
with HUM I 34 judge of the intundiy.
noon will follow a meeting Pr54mGAINESVILLE, Konui City ., ,11 "even gone beyond what a reasonable Advisory Committee Novombor U I'M It ",,..
his cabinet and a discussion of WEATHER _... ., 10 I5 ..55Pl. would have sentences of nine men convictedof ap- onf Ploln M I. Cnurc win, P.OV DM.
I W'r1Io M 42 1.54L51 man expect- I pointed last year by Universityof ..It conduct!*. mo ..", ..... lurlil
foreign policy and defense questions -Municipal Airport readings (0/51,0' .1.' ed" In accumulating! evidence. bombing and burning a Florida President J. W will be In Plooionl PIN, Comollry
with of State ...tII. tl 11 church. He said the men were a yne wtd.r mo roc of HuohM tChMtnut
Secretary 24 hours to I a m. today:
for MAHINi, POUICAITI Shortly after the commission Belts, Is helping to design facll M' wolcb, who llvod it
a Dean Rusk Secretary of Defense High 81 at 1:00: p.m.; low Mat issued Its report Sept. 77, Hoover not young, as claimed, but Nowtorrv, fled Novombor II 1'M In
( T OUlPt loum IW winds II ItW ties and curricula for the College Alochuo, Oonorol MMOltOl, ... .
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I presidential my Toss eot wlndi inmine' "or: "Great is Dentistry will bea i.nf In Jorwivlllo' Pli.
Bundy The progress" being
High III II e m. ond 5rly In AoolocMe ioy irM loto Washington Evening Star [ unit of the J. Hillis Miller onO boo1 .IrvM In Jonotvlllt Mr V
special assistant for national security lot ,.m. Low ol ..). .... ... >.11 .eon onowon loamy or ..PXdey, male published Oct. 1 a copyright made Hoover said in solvingthe ...... ... Wolcn .... o mtmbtr ofPlMunf
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.;;.... : director's testimony some of workers near Philadelphia, The Florida Legislature established 1 It I:N P M.

oo. <"''P VbppbotoMo IM ounlGloria More 'About which was sharply critical of I Miss. the University of Floridaas Gainesville Sun

Parker U, Is chal- the State Department and some But he said, "around Philadelphia the site for a dental school.

:rjc::|;:. lng through the courts thepurchase YardsFrom of the security measures taken Miss, law enforcement The Florida State Dental Society Published evenings .xClpt \

:' | ol Ihe New York Navy I lo protect the president. is practically nil and many recommended It .be placed In Saturday the and Gaintwlllt Sunday mem.Inot Pub-.

w Yankees by the Columbia Wednesday he said there Is times sheriffs! and deputies par Gainesville.The :lining by Company at 101 SE .

".Xroadcaitlng System en t he- Page 1 "not a scintilla" of jealousy be- ticipate in crime." Advisory Committee I In- 2nd Place Gainoivlllt, Florda '

-Bounds II violates l l the antirust tween the FBI and the Secret There is police participation eludes Dr. L. J. Marchand and and entered 01 second, clan
Service which Is In crime also In several Midwestern matter at the Pose Office at 1
Z; l IIIw. Gloria, an enter. The senator said he had charged bylaw -: Dr. Don Morrison Sr., 61 Gainesville Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .
slated for closing.Sen. I
who's shown In New et with protecting presidents cities, Hoover said. He .
Johnson and had
Fork Tuesday, plans to serve .'Thomas J. McIntyre D- President McNamara later Efforts to reach the membersof advanced that as on. reason for XATIS IT
been assured by CAIKIUOR MAIL
3s: her owa lawyer. N.H., announced earlier that that the I -year phase-out the Warren Commission his opposition to a national police pleaded guilty to charges of attempted I Week .45

.... the Portsmouth Naval Shipyardalso would be allowed.Simultaneously I some of whom are traveling force. I robbery. 1 Met. $S.IS
was among the bases to be time abroad, were not successful. "If they (local police) could i As for New York City Hoover All mall subscriptions must

closed. It Is the nation's oldest with the disclosures Hoover let fly his blast at Dr. write to a central clearing house; said: be paid In advance

yard. on Brooklyn and Portsmouth ting, head of the Southern for information you can Imagine "Central Parkno one dares Member-er- Audit" Bureau ofCirculation.

two Virginia congressmen -Christian Leadership Conference what harm they would do," walk there even in the daytime .
Only two weeks ago, Sen. said no major naval installatlons In discussing civil rights Hoover said and there All' m5)NNcwtl, .,rood twmn N
are holdups on Fifth ,,
.... .
elect Robert F.. Kennedy D- W>0 orworty of Itio G." '
in Norfolk Portsmouth He called the Negro Imegration- Then he went on to criticize Avenue at t 30 or 10 at night tuwiminf Cw15.ne.c) I0.1 ..-
N.Y., appealed for continued Va or Virginia bach 1st who recently was named "bleeding heart" Judges and to There are pedestrians on the "_Ion M wnolo) or bi oirt wrlllnMrmliilM UMrktly
kjrblaan wltnout ttn r'
operation of the Brooklyn yard winner of the Nobel Peace Prize
were on the closure list I discuss urban crime. street and no one responds" of mo oubHinor, '.
at a meeting with Secretary of a liar for advising Negroes not "You can't safely walk the
|AP Wlrophoto to tho Sun) Robert S. McNamara.He The two Porter Hardy
Offense Rep. to report any civil rights violations streets of Washington D.C..
Musical star Ethel also met with McNamara to and Rep. Thomas M. Downing
comedy to the Albany, Ga., FBI even In the daylight Hoover LAST 3 DAYS!
Merman, U, appeared In talk about the yard before the whose district Includes Virginia office became the staff members -
said citing as an example the
court al Santa Monica Calif. Nov ) election. Beach and the nearby area were all Southerners

r Wednesday where she lot a The Brooklyn yard employs said they had that word from When he asked King to makean Louisville mugging of Courier-Journal the publisher of Barry the- u 1ltmPaIPLI,1 THUR.-FRI.-SAT.rbii.P i

quick ending te her whirlwind the Defense Department.
10000 workersand appointment so he could and Mrs. '
about 9000 to Bingham BinghamIn NOV. 19-20-21
romance and marriage to actor that four of the five men 'i
New York members of Congress McNamara, In announcing prove a Connecticut Avenue neigh-
Ernest Borgnlne. Her husband have said a shutdown or Wednesday that the list would were born In the North, Hoover borhood.An .

47' star et" Iclevlsioa's"Mclla'o's la job loss there would have a serious be given out today said bases said King would not make the FBI spokesamn said later
Navy was
court. She leitiflrd Borgnlne! economic Impact. In 33 states would be affected appointment.The that Hoover misspoke and thai !

and word would go out to congressmen FBI director went off the he was referring to a street at-
told her If me didn like his About 2.000 work at the '
from the areas. record for further comments Mark F
tack by two men on n.
way of life she could "lumpIt. Brooklyn Army Terminal. i about the minister board chairman of the
J2 I** Wlnohete' I me Sun) ." McIntyre told a news confer be He cloned said a overseas handful of would bases be to An aide to King said that he Courier-Journal and Louisville i j

wSJ 30. was THANK YOU ence at Portsmouth that the Identified later.McNamara was vacationing In the Bahamas Times Co., and Mrs Ethridge In \
I". Dahan
M yard there would be one of the and would have nothing to say October 1957. The men later
-Irientiflrd by Italian police asISie Pope Paul VI has thanked a 95 to be named for closing at planned to advise i """, _
kidnaped man she Egyp- schoolteacher for having bee
a McNamara news n'erenc.1 the Congress members about
:jtan diplomats attempted to strict with him when he washer today. He said It will be phasedout the same time the list was given VALUABLE COUPON : "' r al
..hip te Calre Inside a locked pupil In elementary school.
over a 10-year period.
3Jplomatle trunk. The trunk A Vatican communique sal l d t out.'i below good for t I
...M hatted al Rome's Fluml- the Pope thanked the teacher, I { 1

., 1t no Airport Tuesday night Eiechiele Malizia, 85, Wedne "

-while It was ea route as dip- day In a private audience. Hi ill Notice Baptists! I .,

3emallc: mall lo the U. A. R.gprelgn awarded her the papal order 01! : 1

:: ministry In Calre.Morc St. Sylvester )
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of .federal Involvement In the

= About I protection of Negroes in the You AreInvited. on SHOBOLTOILIT

South and the seeming Inability
to gain convictions in even the

most heinous crimes perpetrated SNO-BOL cleans better because It's
| KingS against civil rights. work. Ti liquid. Deodorizes. Sanitize Ex-

ers." elusive Squtws-Stream nozzle help

S Page 1 King said It was a fact that to hoer 1 111. + you direct cleaner where needed' GET A HUGE $ QO

of his office no arrests had been made in Dr. C.urtiRedferf. -
Albany despite what he called c @ 11x14 WALLPORTRAIT
Vtwrefore I cannot engage In a '- I 1Tl
brutalities Negroes
many against -
Hfrllc> debate with him.
nor In the church bombing -
.rI have nothing but sympathy 104 on purchase of
S this man who has served his of Sept. 1J, 1MJ, in Birmingham Secretary, I o*

well. Ala, where four Negro H.", Mia enTHURSDAY SNOBOLLIQUID I TOW OSMHOUISlUAM .eeeFH.
jjpntry! girls were killed nor the murder l*.rJ. Mifi
"King wired Hoover that theSI of three civil rights workers TOILIT BOWL CLIANIRTVlo I '''*, ;J PMS' '*, 0 Poe' t Pet'
{ l director's statement was sop ..... OT .OOOT to 10. 4ioooo eo UT
In Mississippi NIGHT __ 1501(1 01 0w let u.sold T5ao1 ..) ao.-. Saw
mailing and surprising. 100 UPOtIlT..1IT MIBM I4UCTKMI Ot
King said FBI agents had to .r 7 t30P.M. I S5) Dote Jw M 1015Ia
L3l have sincerely questionedeffectiveness POll poets UMU AM* CMuem o* MI ,..
fig of the FederalCreau work with local officers In car sods..W. tl..I.b r porrgiir totrvma Af tree a nw e-rrt Allft ar1ll
of Investigation In raja thefts bank robberies' and similar DR COURTS IIDrOID :: :.-r.. :

Incidents particularly whereHimblngi cases: and this made It difficult :== ::=:.-=._-=::
j .
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North Central
J SZalast Negroes are at Issue," In civil rights cases.. Baptist &fL 44

toe telegram tald. He told Hoover he would be Church ,

2: But I have never attributed glad at any time to discuss the I

merely to the presence of matter and had no record of :THI
"Ms 404 N.W. 14th AVI. STOtI WITH MOil '
Gtherneri: la the FBI. This Is Hoover ever having sought such ;

Dirt.ol the broader question a conference. fiAINDVtUgSNOpVIN. CINT 1131 MOITH MAIN m TPEOPLE


\ Fhunday, November 19, 1964 Gainesville' Suit !
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Burglar Works For HIS Dollar
.I, :
SAN D1MAS, Calif. (AP) Rogers Auto Agency. Pius XII Pro-Nazi Papers Allege I

Sheriff's deputies could only First,T had to break In the ,

theorize! about ill the bard work rear door. .- '-'

a burglar went to In order to Then he must have tinker HAMBURG, Germany (AP) on the side of the Axis powers," attitude toward the Catholic while he was gathering materialon rind the study through IM4
remove a huge safe from the for hours trying to crack the The controversy over Pope reported Fritz Mensh'ausen, Church In Germany but that he Nazi policy toward the United -
safe. Plus XII's actions in World War In Washington, the State Department
then counsellor of the German continued to receive Germans
Finally, perhaps with the helpof II revived today with report In States made public German:
It Fires West Germany and Britain ol Embassy to the Vatican freely at the Vatican.
Away an accomplice, he managed The British publication was documents which Included; Instructions
to drag the 750-pound safe froma Nazi documents alleging the The British also made public Der Spiegel said the documents ,part of a study of German policy from Nazi Foreign
KUALA LUMPUR (AP) front office to the rear door. pontiff sympathized with the !
Axis a memorandum later in 1941, by on which It based Its between 1911 and 1945 that la Minister Joachim von Ribben-
Firemen at Kajang, 12 miles Somehow the massive load powers.A ,
south of Kuala Lumpur, decidedto was hefted Into a pickup truck. high Vatican official said Bernardo Attolico, then Italian i ry were accldenlly discovered)II being written on the basis of jtrop for the German EmS ssy
Today maybe at this moment ambassador to the Vatican He I in the archives of the West German -|captured archives of the
take their (truck and equipment *I the documents were "clearly
the big door Is swinging partisan because of their said the Pope had expressed I Foreign Ministry by Swiss]man Foreign Office. The Ger-j.cam-paign
on a test run Wednesday, and the thief Is at misgivings to him
open looking source. They are documentsfrom over the Nazi historian Saul Friedlaendcr page volume Issued today
They got back an hour later to the loot. -- -- = -
only one of the Interested
find 24 houses In I nearby village -/ The safe, taken early Wednesday parties." >

had burned down___ __ contained $L l
The German news magazine ,; a 1m LAST 3 DAYSSALE
Der Spiegel reported that Nazi s
foreign policy documents, soon s .
to be published In book form
HOME revealed that Pope Plus tried to ENDS SATURDAY 21 ,
4_ persuade the United States and
f. Britain to shift to Germany'sside PIUS XII ;'
against the Soviet Union DuPont 501" Continuous Filament Nylon
ENTERTAINMENTOPEN Der Spiegel said the pontiff belIeved brown (Nazi) holders of power

the Nazi army was the ," the magazine said So So Plush So Rich In Color Excitement
EVERY only defense against communi- 'He' never threatened Nazis! Deep, .
SUN. 'TIL nation of Europe. with excommunication the way **.

Sunday l-O p.m. CHRISTMAS The magazine said the Nazi I:he and did he never the Communists allowed himself in 1949 toM So Easy To Keep Clean .=
reported that the moved by appeals from the
Pope sent an Italian architect,I Western Allies to bless the de -
,Enrico Pietro Galeazzl, to seek mocracies' crusade against COMPLETELY SELECT*
he help of Francis Cardinal Adolf Hitler"

,Spellman anti-Communist in New plan.York for his The documents show, Der INSTALLED FROM 25WalltoWall :

Spiegel continued, that when the 9 5
I Cardinal Spellman, In Rome Pope did condemn Nazi crimes, EXCITINGCOLORS ;:
for the Vatican Ecumenical he did so "in his filigree-type
I Council, was not Immediately language and then only In general .
available for comment Dlatitudn"- and "h* only OVER HEAVY
protested It Catholics -re-'j involved

I According to Der Spiegel the ." SQ. YD.
,I replacement Pope's plan b allanother Hitler's leader, Vatican sources have attacked REGULARRUBBER J
"The Deputy" as a distorted
:probably Heinrich Himmler HO"
view serving the interests
I The magazine said the docu- of communism. Defender of'ope
:ments also proved the charge, Pius' wartime stand contend I I
I raised last year by West German that he was profoundly
'" playwright Rolf Hochhuth grieved by the persecution of NO MONEY DOWN
@ra nI" j In the controversial play "The the Jews but believed that II I '
1 Deputy," that Pope Plus did.stronger stand would have ,,' -
Extra-large record storage tttlll extermination.little to save the Jews from Nazi made things worse for them. I MONTHS TO PAY
The British government pub-
HANDSOME STEREO CONSOLE, Der Spiegel said the docu- shed[ excerpts today from cap.;
menu report that the pontiff lured Nail documents quoting a I
SPEED PHONO, AM/FM RJT10only4995 told US. diplomat Harold H German diplomat In Rome assaying Compare Price for Price ,
Tlttmann as early as January In 1941 that the Pope favored
943 that he believed Allied reports the Axis cause. G

: of the mass gassing of "In' his heart, one Is assured<< Quality for Quality
I'Jews "are a bit overdone for time and again, Plus XII stands
propaganda purposes"
I "The representative of Christ
NO MONEY DOWM..17S weekly hardly spoke a clear pastoral Lost Brothers for '
I word against the crimes of the

Sleek,contemporary style cabinet In rich walnut or Hopes Dimming FREE ;
mahogany finish. Automatic record changer shut
Statistician Is
.off after last record is played. Matched and balanced I PHOENIX Ariz. (AP) -\
speaker system for stereo realism.GRANTSOWN lope Is fading for the safety of In Home
Own StatisticMOBILE two brothers missing four days t
I In the rough wilderness countryof I 4 Consultations
Ala AP ,
( ) Patrolman the Superstition Mountains. I
Jules Marcet, a police The search was to resume :
statistician, has become sauna. today for Richard Kremls, 21. of i CALL-
ally Involved in his work. Mesa, Arts, and his brother,i
Marcet had to list himself asa I Robert, 17, of Fredonia, Pa I ... 376-3915 -
statistic In accident records They have not been heard "
.tryQ Wednesday lie was driving from since they went deer hunting <
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was In a collision before a vicious snow storm ,

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I Windows For ApprovedTALLAHASSEE

Student; CarePHILADELPHIA I Day For l/F'cr Ricliman Painting Contest Can't Require ReligionBRADENTON County circuit (court AP-A Judge Leon .

(AP) Twenty three Gainesville Wednesday a 992,000
"She asked who cares. We December 16 Is bound to bea a considerable margin In Atlanta business places have offered approved Issue for Florida Atlantic
wanted to show her." memorable day In the life last weekend should be windows for the annual! (AP) Final Florida real estate. with an amendment that will 1 bond University. .

That's the reason by Alexander of University of Florida law eliminated early In the three Thanksgiving window painting reading of a nine-point platform Discussing religion In schools, combine the objectives of various Judge W. May Walker granted -
Head 17, president of the student Gerald Richman of day contest Richman could contest Friday and Saturday will feature today's session of Mrs. Wayne Bevis of Tampa organizations and churches. the university permission to
Miami Beach. return to Jacksonville In time the Florida Congress of Parents chairman of the committee on .
Student Senate at Thomas A. Ray Massey, recreation director Mrs. C. U Barnard of Tampawas Issue dormotory revenue certifIcates
Richman, who was named for the Interview. and Teachers which concludes legislation said I Wednesday with the!
said today. named president, for two dormitories to
School for
High "outstanding speaker" In the If he fails to appear before Fifty six window artists, '.with the Installation banquet. school boards cannot require following vies presidents: house about 270 student and
$31 to a 50-year-old woman regional Moot Court competition the State Selection Committee plus six school I classes of Two items in the platform expected students to take part In religious chancellor's apartment
recovering from Injuries at. In Atlanta last week and his chances for a Rhodes children will work to draw Interest were the exercise or use state-pre Mrs. Boots directing district(: one
Temple University Hospital. who hcs been named Rhodes nomination are slim. younger stand to be taken on religion In pared prayers. and council work; Mrs. Harvey house.
In dated July I, 1964,
individually or teams to decorate The bonds,
The:Woman, Miss Ella Socol-! Scholarship nominee fromthe But Richman, a real trouper the windows. the school and reassessment of She said such a ruling had Clark of Jacksonville, directing: were in denominations of $1,000
University, Is scheduled: been made by Atty. Gen. James the committees on organization;
ski was struck by a motor scooter -, (1)) to participate In the national has already made up his Judging will be at 4 p.m. Sat- Kynes and School Superintendent Mrs. Milton Weiss of Mia I m I and were not to exceed SK per
Oct 14 and two teen-age boys Moot Court competitionIn 'mind. urday, with cash prizes put up Equal Rights Thomas D. Bailey. Mrs. Beach, directing committees on, cent Interest. They will mature
stole her purse containing $50 "My first responsibility Is by the Gainesville Garden Club between 1967 and 2004.
New York, 12)( ) appear be- Bevis said 1464 resolutions had educational programs.
while crowd stood by. fora the State Selection Committee to the team" he aays. After and Downtown Merchants Party Tonight been Introduced In Congress
She suffered a broken leg and on Rhodes ScholarshipsIn all, we've made it this far." Assn. The contest I. 'sponsored Members of Voters for Equal seeking legislation to allow prayers I
broken arm. Jacksonville, and ((3)) graduate Other members of the Unl-' by the recreation depart- Rights are sponsoring a party in schools five of these by
Head got the Idea to ask the from the College of La where versity's winning Moot Court ment and the University of for voter registration workers Florida lawmakers.But 1 1cuaurr
2,900 students at Edison High all on the same day. team are Brian Ellis of Tam Florida recreation majors under and election workers at the she said attorneys for the
for a penny each. He broughtthe If the Moot Court team pa and Robert Feagin, Jack- the direction of Dr. Roy Community Center, S24 N.W. 1st House Judiciary Committee appear

total to Miss Socolskl. which_won_ _the_competition!._by_ sonville. Leilich. St., from 1_until_It p.m. tonight_ to be unable to come up
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Te.k t. ...,.. S's s.s arty 74 tww; .netly" h ens sews ew$5.1Z cameo aid !lie pleiramos If its ana III Westin EGMpe

L* s Ss _ieewis .. .. s... bt.bue .dry .......41 V Return armache are today **& srsi in the problem of

.k.t..kr J,. fI.aI'Wa sit lades .. tLost ....,..... fill- tew to tad a stiles: war

The Son's telephones: All department 375-1411 The jracfcal! ejMstan at tone ia who alai Pill the IrIizer
Itawi h reprisal if M attack comes- Fp to war. It bas been as.

To The + mdftet !lot President" tf the CsHad. Sates would bane

brz1 Or was Sam *: lacks *. k there wiB never be aa effectivt

Western UEamc mdw air SIX' ewfitom ndttJi t the

Peace Corps Success Eunpu ,eermaena will mesh is 14 equal wile' .

d II 0 Cities THI QCETTJOf em fisj fttaoM. e< the pass.Jr1e power
tbt Somwltai to UM ef tees Wt an partkulirfy pleased that "
.f what! 18 eCM "awttiittral fcrw. H wield! wuiif cf iCm
hi wmra isppaittn. ti. Pesos tS. Uafrtrwty tf Ebrii Dos bad of 3 rfa ships, we* .'I dI "wM carry e htPttic

Corps beasts u imai* at. ubfraxK&ff and osatuna.s is base rich u Ipor. faaftnut a years .. tC udiur- On*
: 11I'<<'II11.. tab yeas liact t2t : bat part ta: t4. toem ef ti. Peace tf tan* pftcamnciM tee am tf cur pvoufik- a. rasa atetri Nam jutanas rf 1M CIIit.td. States nary

coops ... established Ceoxrvn las Cars Toftat *ri fa aa beanr fcdtrf.itr .. eem tt*wmtaarf and KftTtiDB and tune a warhead tf rat awfttsa. wiiidt it equal to Urn,.
a fight Q ton tf TXT' their wtaoms art capable *fl dstroyicgtote
fIIcn8MII: its bwfget. and omjTMraot *- aa a trines= srt. for Pace than ta* cty c m to the w- Ion maim erils d Znaas.

who u. al 5 > to sow At irU to ten pies the bipmiioa: that
i aspects rf torvfm aid cfto warstr; soil t&t months cf eucessa:d operas .- the tutwar mowaantt .. .
.,;z ennfinu: teaa nly/ D YCU. a.U. lN. ascot tf Ire m tar yew w .
pn .. Sorzcoft Sirrrtr t&. ran IT ate** t&. tick YII wits tile charts b tatr* mt trim haaee tMiaer to u. cuvitoy

Cory director, aM the work: ef kiTV b' made choice ef Imaging fcr tfi* muitf BACKDOOR OR HEADOEducation \? tr ta the Eoroptaa coo.

a,mq". and eppet keatn irnnp tneot Bat sppenBtJy the idea

na. art beam tra a. ITuvtrtity Tiiil ety. tn. tar rti*. tf Iris;aadear napa hit

J aaaat popularity of t&. sod caff tt fm&atf toss aunt from a ffnly fie ami* a 1 1 a ncsartBBBs CM tcaej* because is coosioercd t vnld vvryeStcttr bt

hire CAre is lot aK *t4 t. kyt& Uk. camp u into klzWalantti job; town.boots dewelepms.aa teeammal hr Woes dr rfflinft lot tpcmy tuorMrfeet

lid 'T critadzst ef tt b ti. r- pr5pctj for atfructsuot art e*- tile Bot JEt efltrt tU too*. tr anraft to ctfCceiMi! the

tot iluftisz prtaajtetial campigs? ctitat It labia noMoe cilia Mjiatnd far slick i fa: b ....... cf V mace steps from tit (tootaadr .

Barry CaM uta tad wiiiua X Tr! ef patriotism sods moaJooary tend This bet las r.- lCX>rTO rS !.OTZJ.aepb THE kUCXDOOfc MAX d&ctIr aile pear'cheat dr sis tf Idler ncrciaat m.

eImnII relay a v 3n9 ta fnsfza tat to wrtt knxaartjr to pus 07 a ftttrf to cBnoBtttcmi It hw. Lao, Will I* grads CII IIIIIIIIIII e... tnatd tadtvarA. frtnK3n fr-na lateral aid Ca I k a U e aria brier, UM kt! seat

aid bit il .. Uk read Cn.. W. CO a year tai and tabs a post at team incpe b ft* cure tC while Water bvottaaa b earsa.al *s tf heft eatiatJtesf tdtab! are fOsSdy! ajdrf to The Cheery tot ....'.lIlh I
ante eta* Tit heist Level JedenI rmmm by tke BrJaja, a2&oagjk ft* Church tams sight mate a dtprae
1444 a yeas pins board and horns, ra &k*f many at ifina Souafct- iWe. list rttirtd cftadrmaatf tf England is by law tSatet > attack ea tit! toad beer tad

It is mwoiiaf; tit ti. run a farf TiE jt witiact rrrtfpg Cry planners km. flit mat Cue barf tf Eesomnje CadoQe sdMls III at the .... lime denny a

Tory barn attracted: n BAIT aide water cr ticctrk Ejiu.Bat. this teed BcjSt 1* armarf. lay nD1l WtW Mtoaors. Water BcQr. Bsituc3a America art BOW tcbIt>;raag nratantal pan ef the areas

f"JUZ pew (seas ddsters lot) for aT sat iivttjti. K a BnnsiBcSnk : towed hat ky fiscal iS mEoa pranarycbloVa d s Ii tKfflf pcpaCakd by tbs ..tt.tA -

v aJ, etc: art piIaIIIIt very I tons ft* Prwaitnl must tile federal and B icfietIL
others soar emditflJu they wen plaonto rue trowta, ttv boys girt bgt able far steps at sea agsaipped
arcs ta ay cue repaId for their
I Bv ]rrefya to w2 their decide vitae bid tf triUarfnnUt tab eight to ra* by tae ak. with axlrar typed BtissCeito
I which f riosaily art fir trots: pta*> work art rfjit. Tity base gamed ICrfttS wndew stpplrg fIIncnatiolL I* win and to til* aw mod Ka tf $35 hUSmt. These mite art dacjcr- wide and. by rtalatritosf

tat At a time Ilea pofitiicfiin art a kaafjt a forr'n land Itt x"r e awl nmreawareoess !&. Refer tIl'Mt'IS rid soay pux.W fnanaaay. with attfyc to lay.agnate a

t talking aloet "taenl rfray sad tif people. lae rage. aartoma: a tn.KIlt .'- !to being gases to C.utFew IIiec moms ft* wall tat tf retail bares. txlfbtI as atarmagty. eater raao.scfaer B a'ifp.op&I. ta s tad ana of the tiumy COUZKfc74

Iin4p, sq ef yonzr p* p4 we of kafflAflrty; that wiQ lie asa 6* itefiEj' tf Kits and ft* to tCEc wtQ Tare B*r* lettered away to torStrtax city BiuSisiraUe far tklaussier B it tSnoua, ef count

I find it ewounitax: to not that ..set to lira the rut G f their Cm. std CKaUbftmiR tf parti. 1** protend toflanc* ta ft* fitter too, fame far 9yatnnaut < tf American children teat f 1t111X": Tt&UEOry'
cay X srttrfitto*. lOll tttasst E* tbtntetcoocentd power cube ert4 tki
tf tt* Muam actmmmstiass -
tboosamli of Americas youth an to het Kb standard tdxatam. -
""ad. ..
terse tf the
t tt* mare pMtesuca tf toA wta-
roltmtwriar for this kind of stymie It it certain that the gaited states ant tRDrttei: lime and bnckTalt .. American tat.tica tidied e. as the mt back part ., the federal Aid ttttr tuyiitn art foes woKiibt t eatortat.IVT .

to their cwatrr.Xoct irratvcmcat with ti. world wi3 BiiaB ato. fcutuu iDInaJf. ash! .. wed mud oooy becaai tft

grow" lithe faint,. It Is ccrtaia that metres. spree dog it.m- AS this jiaefiirt. aaac o.w. TKJS asacfttdL to ft* i oan. pasta tf ftsc cfifit&vu THE WROtE problerj'
wtstterIiI to
arts because tf omnu,paganNow ft* Jams afl>ama ado t crazy tart nviJttd SU9Oa joOppaEa las nary perpieixc aspectsfrtaa
of UaeM who lure rttoraH ersxcat. Iraiin u and ttfoatioo- dial iIdMeIL
er F ftftr h eply tfOt aooot ft* prrty '" practical stariidelat.
from a two toor cf duty abroad al futttotiocs win be
year demanding IRBL Ta dKenat n
JCmllIA .
Crepe iraelfcalcetaatetLBB c ling tie missses: from
deny that they iSwoH M praised mare Eta and who I COK133: < !a Ustorrftt present farKaats. tktBeOrr
wom a T istiraata aT < being advocated with be tf caarte.fttr ft* saf:. ships wtgldbtcsttnOed

for eoWrty of spirit T>.y any that teowUdx of fomr cova- mmn.tint d Pasy stiiatrs ems arras to amines, tat are Once. Ir..t cad adDeerd,. it the sties' Aaerxaafaytrxt by 'ID.lt I t iauril
wetted to a kmkack
the T;
effort to them fa their fatart can n. win b. tepid fa money u well aj umber to repast' tf the mmtfo! ai.t&.*dim cry the ttCOR > ti epQeeed.llat iCr.toodarcedtSa3.to to ft* states. beipsaiej- scare rnttr separated as beard any tf ttt ihtyt. Tkt,.

Bat we think they da ttttm! praiw.aayway. personal aatirfaetioa for tit fartntmeat tamOcs Bsrrtsj Back to IDfM plies ban to fiscal peer W7. Aid the Ctmotuiaa rtqairts.Tia would represent wfcjeS ftt nr i e 1 1cowanes

I they made ia settle abroad. tile city oectdi ft* total Cflft'lfllllia' to acCOptaac ef ft* fen; hack would tbt a fcsatJKt it swung mast lOCI the prorde tkt
tf tat Jet. !Strait to tktJtkaata crews efficta wooH: :
IIIft ig. 'ne nnrI it .nn Cat bard peCfieal bet eat Nil .. SSbQea toflical
'Konaa CatboGc ..J. ateaxatrafint tofaior trden fm lilt tanstaaatkzt -
firm a t6jfy tf beads civ ,artfty
the kaetdgor sofctaBa2&ong& jnwp. As tf new. thtcooBtnrsparcidpiacfja
hinny sew apartEtma and tftdknol will snip kite toy aid I* 2iT.0.arty
iliaD bQ wises does Ants THE Sans to ftis sp< sot
rccoriti. n It
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of beted bad of td tor tack drake ttt* loud is eiearty ma&- prtianmary nperimtrts art
Voice the l s g te est alas KB was SBtfnteddd
Vatttd Suits
People rested Wet Germany -
watts an ftscrvAic ta tfe* mass tile parocifial schools SBppcrted taaeona socks that suck
br sad atrcMtijc tf sitfe. by ft* lAucJk TS* mmwsfciy cask! koEBCats to ft* stattaMersfliesca dam IXy. I fand..

dais Iett-: dbcossed peas .... could bit repr. THIS INSTINCT a a : a Greece, TIn"< sad taa baa

On The Sun's Opinion Page- I This sapyerth' the t X,eats tat seers to .uctp tract: !ft* ancad as todirect ad to edca&n > fTxf! tatx& n OjajTMt to tr matte treat.formal Be:jstm. Ttt exact:
araekial mate ft* bead ta tata&otincttiilEttr sat been
when taft red that cftf problem by Tina to BOW ft* hart
ry pees wked
sat bat Tt3 be
0.- eI sww..w ad tors ..... was sib,... to .. Yeas .. Os H.ds ..... 1e., a cftoit marry ptrmns per tile r.d.br.: tf the backdoor yl a. Tee kaxantMa. Ytttft fri
M -..d ... bur IN .ae..b i.. HMM oit k* i....t.M 0 --.L A rat's Sold SUM aodciiitspaynrtt bead ta mteCM it bath 1UbJld" bKtasM apace
a. ..... seo ... osd .. "O es -.. 0 ads .... ..... t.w, N awr..TN tape a racy tf tatai.wooU aatiaeal staid ft* know icaKm sad tkt fins to the caning ...u.TIll .
... As ...os II ashes .w hats es rt __ y r..sws ....... ... ........ ....... s prefer the city to tbtfxr&tf A tycteB. beat arii&ea. a* n. billBaaery -
a.s..w..r.ow.os aad SXEtoenT' tf after aX ADd K b mgcd drat Brffiih prima BHuf "
fit* mtauia. if the BeOer device B adbcl- attowv by later Up0Fsrivraart. > k spitted to teems III i I.'
Lauds DirectorOf anc Axertcaa fwatfaacm tfUberty abaseg were and mot aftf* Keatin 3Ian td. mart af the cA toned ... c Ii"Io" behind with PrtsidBl JohnSM -:
Vr. Lttaiati'i it pa rtnwnt fA
Gorrh.i enotsesua. to
peed the pn&fie aghast tack die win b asedtoteprw
"" to states here ta early DteHnVrO ,
has asked Cue d President
-TTty- reusing .
FrteoViia sad till
'Camelol'EDflDR Aatricaaua art not pet eoe sadly Ctfnet immoral, tporaot ta* tf cftem aad teaar: >t,. n* manto Also Lost Job ** ftatcbooit.Btsfdrs too wfl tory prepare tf* That* propotal bat beet made;
a of 1M'
bard iOua the ama3 reftr cab to war ta ksseeta. reputed tssacharitme.I Its todartcness.: tile Crwad to the rjit sal t* majority coop;
Sun: n. airy rv once hares Gutdva&er and Seraoa sandy taaoid bttn Wcr.* sjtart iptefieaOy 0n> r.. t.as kacidoor plan bat ethercrai cal sorely pervade the Coagnss skoold order the fleet late ic-'
etOtat CKS Cfcons pmeaudft wit Us rrw tot ate wad aid the do trod Another plan Is bLeed on
his hard con avaaa( n to- III. DIn cooprtiMnt nTTCUIIIf' defect*. On tart bft country to
play -Ctmtltt" Jrlll faciAtios Wedrm"hIIaciIa. dUrtcttr tf wkat sops to be done, at order tJt prarifut tf eras mil).
dot ta, aad." Cod sot bawl code tf protcctaa tf i isrs. accsataoed to fitttaaj aaialld many TV '
TW.asa laotaitkaSy pica toccOIctM they property twrw their cat} New Ttrktrs whtCtd faforaufina tries tf the stao guntam .a t aAsatb.r to gn* tIe wit (eccra- State bar Wreto-
flay i ouch rtry use tfft sever wa b"* a dwarfed aad tret and teta them aettfienaad to too avitnrt btcaua I prttsejcoCe W to ft* tips paacbt&ty baa tee aeeded'educate* for fart nsated that It mitt rt-
acton and actreates tf kv Cacwivtd ai aun* a; tilt Great tam a unto power mr the
Oat tSwy Oat dill Cathode: k.trarcky Society.
deitrtjtdLTkM larntel .,.., ef Sheets -Wnra. ..
irked kard to rsterujft tow BCCJUM d napens. But now there art
wry wen a equate wa bit )ala at sroeg.'y
who have IIIn1t. If pen people are to tp.
toort H a ipeafied tact, ware tales bttsnaiaf
to be thatIt's
lartideaeta acaeoi and art
avtrttHSatict reports
sewers ware .
k posed to backdoor sad to tetocaoaa -
beta aaftutd "* a&wed lame toatMd tfprmlec
by K4&tfittxt aback wet te* cam Ira Carted
h&aL As ft tektrbifrtw. States might rekaqiufl -,
yet as to C* bill tf aid
.ntt lid MJH Canoa1 ban
eaxeta.: licit < t la Ito cazaa.jp fceadananmcf tilt veto tt some
TVy sorted fcard.tot fteywerwl and icrnccs. ( k tiflacaetoa bQ teat Proa-
en=n. tr wtaa sharers potKxal HUM at the Ids Secrt-
Seta, Kteaetb R. futon
bin acton. Snoon male tary tf A xobir* ubsal, were prrrtJH sad EuCqu7 dent Joint F. Jtstawdy. Until Polls Answered time.
protests is naera&it may '
taxies tf coon*. went tf.MX. Iaoeid ant for ae.
bid to week trays gut coot trw. lenity albeit
tor ft.* aevainpttt
1C rT
kale The Seaatir was oe-- HAS BEEN suggested
MrS D-
Lot 4d ptajtr w tBcutBparaMt Mary fob ttccttn tearta farpMtitpfefeal KITBERCH LtHMVV pa utdfgars tasted far re-eEectua ky ltd A mat Irtady beOer .. His PraversWASHJNGTOX for butanct. that wan of a''

to directag ft* dnaufie part tr Eaaarialtopeon to .. Chat a* tit eat r Keaatvy.Tt ftcnfart H ft* atenat lit purely European Baton might
by tiara da2 raaa w wa.. t-
ef Diepfjy. | Thanks From anng' New Yd m*d at*. K sled tat. vat JIM for a head ta stack tae arlst and tht United
and; kjpuu Ideal teed States'might '
jnu kard facts tf the afmIpr'I6eftL
ells up hi tuft and rt cis Ira P -Lrt
tithe review tf ft* play ta t3&4Tl pares secr- \ wish
to remain 1 ttf.
J'I tout cnnLnjpd pad Jilt ;
this tfftytjtt Urt. Mary film Kent to till trtatraent and f- Ex-UFs Harrell pares them witil ft* tocai till( taryt Beryl! K. Rw&eat wee EWer tctowit Bus p would 1 I. s. cot dodo that Sen. Hab But what bothers Russia at tht'
IDs parodajJ
C Hav tf taxes IIIIIft'I"ftpaA charges wed to toil a select Scat R.-Pa. wu running ,
was 11 tot rtci* ptertcmt of art bete a*. moment It tht pouibQlty that
EDITOR. Sua I has been by nacrrft irhar rraei. ., bt" tot. final rtopwau tf actrtui reared to hit n-tltctioa
crtdit tit bet boa bees GRATtIVLInsecticide : irwr fneedk. ofieajae cam- West Germany might hart a.
of federal ado
tf hard wirt. Tw players Md any die ptao by friends cry Refer wait fad pekapa sad pntpectna tatpluyt share BO. and t .. for days considerable voice la such a*

wwld D"* the lint to ktwfy ftat you ran aa editorial *aK to ka KT, B*.a* it arfcos. But k. wee far A* fin educaSoa. Tt tkij: tad aRtnard mululattral force ".111. thtI'nlW :
Jrst. n. II fII mot son suck camdmtc anal espedieot -
me tr'It
to ft help Cut Mn. EIIIIIC Use iov. 11 am BMtt (rac- &B* to tva decades "at Slain and Teat Gen
art merely >.. Tift. wield b* adopted as B* writs Pmldent John- ,
fill to far Ob -
at grad oaty | t* you tdttarialTboB0 many.. arhtrfulrd to 40.
Other features tf Mr. Let ptytif eaca sctotl told a See ta N v. I promlalnf to pay
It to sad at Can he I bane ant wwfctd as ka per cent each of the cost Tht
teen r* n Dancer Bade caw* parifjrifti
areas .-. weft @a
.. Buai report art tf atttmt ,, pro.tae. sapped kin ta tbt twit of
ctottly WIG The lull to ,
CHS why ttjopd ft* pradue- redress W4 k preswn In Waters Europe to'
focal w ry was that the subsidy aust bttyeot .
hay ji couples darter to ft
.h EDI'roR. b TaU with.i cent yean at I U sees ft* uUoa'i Sectorhy. > persuade
: the United
ftat States to
tons a ems referee bead tf
perm sending a "
ft tf ft
cinxtt tote Maar&i bars<. :hasp at lay part n. Senator added
Wr sea UM wofttuipay krft antral welts atw a to- Cm aptotd. I have rtllnquhh |Its vale i -;
auidj: aged and .,." rev a man tf ha career ft ctaift tdxadta, wherever ptwer
'* eapynent' sifts ..... ca!, wta bases pest coatrd beta meat pateftd to yes for pin lord the tabort "As* irsitanal apprtadt. Modest touiatd.TWC "I War that you wired my something which. If e ,. r:

and Iht public. odd, at kit coapaay has. witted tor partwbsi.tatel topotrt ., late.* tpecia3y afttr tied tr. b* dearrtwd I.YenifJed topoaeal IGen. Blalt agreed upon would, kavt to btaulkorbrd .
Iftm. ft Bred that it du* IIIrf brln' yard trenmaorf: the Medical School by CMigrtM J>at
dIJdns"rt f r.w a. New heats lyttral pes.roliar. PRACTICAL ( r a- after tirctna day that you
ker. at ft* .waters' reojoest to hark yta spa for yewrhnetnt Ytrk cmBanl and tducln bojfiatc. H* trt d mew far Its second pIM are .ert still gaping for a mur been. building up atMdily.

TBtk you urn COX for frost plants wild kwctirkS and atp. May I tai at totmiaajQrs for adults and -ntM DtnfcaV1 frmit to al but aaamwerabi Oa the de.,. May t mp ctfuDy wa> Went' Germany miaht someday
same laid Just haw barn Out
pair kelp Inc M. Wt > tpportsaUf to lea youhaw ctoktm and fvcfta .tow
at CBS applaud past ttarta tr tb* cBmucabto I l"adJlit paper has
riDs were a ttrtnt a3rae tocefter cat artacoent far entirely ei- a> Franct bat dnne under
Dial\ BMdt ft* play at real < ietjna wars it tepo toiprtitif ever ft* patt J'NI'LCEORCET. ton far rot eaE. Jtatty se. Onertt
able for at to ., h to ant fie Gaulle. Gnat
at K ... Wt reaped yt for y. RARRELUMD.Deaa. tmxdtt
piMwttf ItttOUn
y...t dear* poi '-lIIe""er. bnpntaMt that If they werede.aty M'Its S. Henaey : does the ttnt and POTOMAC FEVER art Britain i ikUIful negotiators
lacked wbta till cnd4 wasWei ennuch to ctrtrol Medical CetterPtna. ntm trying to compote thtdifFtrtw
eat. whatever Wnuttai wit SLate Vaiwntty ah.ppaag" Yeast *.. and seer art 'tugl4 -.
GARY MARTIN tnrtateaarf the plants they adafta bad the my became By JACK WILSON Cows WahnrlM Borne f that perhapt lilt multilateral -
tf ft* to titrttt
Student at Ganwnt were dnta tOMi to I .* ptnaw tf aarT''i" MXtHOCSING C
1411 bioi cam ft* keaft of won, he's tit only OB* who kaows where all tb. parts art. nucfear
of tar chOdrwi wh* play ta aporch RuincUatfield command hid,
Via tiUa U ret from would eonaltt' ef Brtatkh V-'
JudgmentStill the beard ana. Tb* fact IS ft* base se.awn. TB* CA. bas a ftw-ta-eae edge aa Koala ia bir rorket weapons Splendid bombers and ettwr ARId nuclear .

that the wind was btowkUxa n baa bees tote Weed Ifa watdtrfal I. bee teat we can kfll them fear uses aa dead aa trey raa plants aa well\ at BrttbbFolartt -
tubwtaa hat kaapoBtd '
Necessary bract tVtciiy to4rd M Bp> Vvt T-vWA5UNGTOM lawmg liD we.And. p 5 nartss;
people Iron die chit
the tpea b4rma wind .. tftor C w.
EDITOR. Sue Domes the mklenct It equally. to- Mark a HatfMd tf Oregon -aa ate houB0f ft* tU Wise rty" B the wbocrer tho rht! wed Ihr* to see tie day when ""Dili* vwld be the THE SCrxCTiRY General

campaifi you awed at a turbatc wtrtaic tot way tp to a tf TomaTtrt batik hymn of the RepubiicwsalN4ktor tf the Mtrtb Adantle,
many plans
ehanct to know loot t ".-A. -. KM CarM't & piarcta die mt Into .t Rftubticaa to tfitr auafi tocMM Treaty Organtattoa.. )usdedartd <:

date. Yet peered ta with .*. and prophets book .a* pue- pnsidaIdalw- hosing to IN CzHcs. with is feed. .... .. Nw tb. airtaet waat atow at Paria ftat NATO,
ImctJ II. Jwftneot and frank. batted the federal wed kies. H. was tot of 0. few vrtr a Jet *. they Jnurt b a i t fill mffltary and
as at sad ft lUck to
trav tnts. aloe
double ftaiam.Caatra .
caa _
poDUcel control till A>.
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well tfltcL Maay aisle RepubBcaa pstersoes IIIIe
ten a* aa amirniuaat hays aatwa till Prtartt wtnM rmywatrtb tied
Lad twrer thanka. a rat deal tf covert for p riy'$ IrflsUthr membership checked d lit rtvtnfd + noJUaferal audear fare*.,
ftat Kwdwfctka* tat careless wt krataoed ta No*, tFrienda says Cammaaiats should enpy tb* capitalists lad eliminate waste and that tan mutt bt nor-
But BOW elite maUl AI M..*..... die I r t a d k* -.x-
beet dearly and toteOftirtly' we tf dradh hwerl k i trite forecast ftat b* ward wlsa CDIrIIIIIadtJft c.- dept, of cmin. that tiOy aractir ef tqnaa&niif aioaey oa baCot boxes pirated ta the AOwnc*. S* B e
does kvk
ask. you ws w tanuffi efiemk-aj: : TM Jut bed hand sal rum to 1M for ft* Sea- Coot at tt* txpttM tf tarsi lilt at If a* s. aittto
Tierra AOanr
fk respect to deny preoilalBtcav caactmed teem to .* loral ate teat herd by Maura B. aad tttnkwal..*. Tkataartrcirt Fidel baa bea artiaf tcand lately. He's Jatt dareterH that Uer* b a .... a goof to decide was saw-

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November 19, 1964 GamtivilU Sun 7

I 160-Foot Dive Off Bridge I t.4t Jacksonville Students PlaIt March

Results in 'Slight Backache'NEW I

On School Accreditation Withdrawal
YORIC (API A 23-[self u Marvin B. Kollenman,
year-old man made a 160-foot:Houston, Tex.
dive from the'Brooklyn Bridge I He tipped off police by phone I JACKSONVILLE (API/Walter, the county tax assessor, Walter's chief aide and an attorney | State Atty. William Hallowel
r -Thousands of high: school pu-and were told an appointmentwas gave the committee the
{said the grand jury will begin
into the East River today shortly before he Jumped at 1:15:
The first pils who likely will have a tougher made. i names of persons conducting a I questioning witnesses Friday In
a.m. two policemen to
After the crew of a police reach the the time getting\ In college If Du. Assessment of county propertynow reassessment program In progress a school Investigation of Its own.
scene near centerof
val County schools lose accreditation by the assessor'I office but
launch picked him out of the the bridge tried to talk the at an average of 42 per
School officials the crisisIs
planned a march on the refused! other data. say
water,his cent of cash value-is frequently
only complaint was of man out of leaping courthouse today the result of too little moneyto
a "slight backache." j cited as the key to providingmore The citizens committee got the operate the 15th largest school
I "I have no job,"he told them Student Council/ and senior money to schools. The signature of Gov Elect Haydon
district In the nation. Duval Is
The jumper_ identified him. just before he let go of a cable. class presidents of most of the schools face the loss of accreditation Burns on Its petition asking the(
.. 66th the 67 counties In
.- .... .- ., ...' I :f" IS public high schools formed primarily because of Southern Association of Collegesand the amount among It spends pupil
the Young Peoples Committee I.hortages of teachers, custo! per
; 1"I Schools to give the county I on edul'ation-and 62 per cent of
on Accreditation of Jacksonville diana and textbooks another before taking
year away its $37 million annual budget Is
and organized the march. Walter has been reported on accreditation. ''om state funds.
W- I II They called for 10.000 students vacation I A member of the committee'
I to gather at the courthouse at The Citizens School Action estimated it now has 10.000 slg
4pm Committee headed by realtor natures and expects 100,000 before Drowning the fourth highest
Bill Bryant Jr.. chairman of George Llnvllle has been trying It presents! the request for cause of accidental death In
1 r the committee, said they also to see Walter unsuccessfully for,a delay to the accreditation officials America and four out of five
ItA 4Q... IE: isked a meeting with Ralph N.'two days I who drown are male
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8 Gainesville Sun Thursday, November 19, 1964
:-' Jax Cop Hits I i

I I SEE by Zoning Items Would Try To End GOP Feuding Promotion JACKSONVILLE (AP Test) De- f

Donald Coleman
On tective Sgt.
Tap TonightA WASHINGTON (AP) dinner at Columbia University,, the opportunity to continue providing carried an attack on a county
the SUN to the
long list of zoning Items Former President Dwight D. did not amplify his answer to 1reporter's the Republican National promotion examination Board today.
Eisenhower he would to Committee with the Civil Service
will be considered tonight by says try question organization a"wEISENHOWER fourth
II II Plan Board. end bickering[ among Republican leadership which it will I Coleman, who
the City
GENERAL HOSPITAL ed the Gainesville[ Police Department examination for lieutenantIn
Moderate In an
Republicans In the
requests party factions ha Is asked clearly need In the .
Twelve zoning change years .
November U, 1984 and the Alachua County subdivision to do ao. House sought to get together ahead. the Duval County patrol, contended
BIRTHS: Sheriff's Office during the with GOP In trying that 13 questions lie
Mr. & Mri. Peter To dor, past 24 hours were: plans, a land use study of Northwest The former president, In New give the party governors a more liberal Burch, ODe of Goldwater'i ,missed were vague
1028 NE Slit Ave. a eon; Mr. i Roy E. Crenshaw, 1442 NE 6th Street from 8th Avenueto York Wednesday night tor a tone. The Republican governors principal advisers before the i i I An arbitrator, after checking
and Mri. James T. Rlcketson 16th Place Walter M. Munroe 39th Avenue and several zoning have announced plant to meet Republican National Convention ',the 100-flUMUon) exam preparedby
Rt. I Box: M4E: a girl, Mr. and Jr., 1822 NW 7th Ave. and Son- ordinance changes discussed i m Denver next month. has been under pressure a Chicago firm, agreed that
Mri. John R. LoU, Bronson, 'dra S. Offord, 2045 NW 14th at last week's planning sessions Strike Off; from Republican moderates and 11 of those cited by Coleman
Fla., a boy; Mr. and Mri. Doug Ave, at S::13 p.m. Wednesday are Included on the agenda The latest plea for Republican' some conservatives to resign 'were vague and said Coleman's
lao Looney, 2124 NE 7th St., a at NW 7th Ave and 17th St. No Rome NormalROME unity came Wednesday from the post for which be wss selected answers to them were correct.
boy; Mr. and Mrs Robert Jones |seat belts. Recommendations approvedby I Denison Kltchel[ director of Sen. by Goldwater. Although the Civil Service
Old Town, Fla., a girt; Mr. and Evelyn M. Gordon, Otter the plan board tonight will (AP) The Eternal Barry Goldwater'i unsuccessful Board agreed to consider the
Mrs. Wayne Pearce, Rt. 3 Box Creek and Richard B. Sheldon, be referred to the City Commission City snapped back to [Its normal presidential campaign. Urging A number of the Republican challenge, Ita attorney said he
350, a girl 1411 NW 31st Drive, at 12::35 [ for the Dec. 7 meeting. bustle today, freed from the Inconvenience Republican to "build for the governor, Including Idaho'sRobert doubts the law would permit It
ADMITTED p.m. Wednesday at W. University The plan board meets at 8 of a 24-hour strikeof future," Kitchel laid "we win E.: Smylle, who heads to overthrow two other applicants
Ray E. Daniel. Mary Looney. Ave. and 1st St. p.m. at the Utllies Operations shops, bars, restaurants and become a vanishing party If divisive the group, have called forButch's tl:. which already have been
Iris B. De Maupassaut, Geneva Fire Calla Center, 555 SE: 5th Ave. cafes. tactics prevail." I ouster. made as a result of the exam.
Hazel Pearce, E II i lit The GOP House moderatestook 9
Dobbins At 11:20: a.m. and 3:35: p.m. The staged their i
S. Padgett, Sarah Nixon. Jen Wednesday, a sawdust firs at When men go to the moon. atrl1" in proprietors......n tize demands for Kitchel, In Ms statement Issued no position on whether go and the sooner the better" Porpoises travel In vast numbers : -
plums Jean Ratllff ear' the closing of Gold Burch should be retained. But the Gulf of Aden. Some
nil Halsey, 2200 N. Main St. they will find that n n "I I of taxes on their upon A meeting of the Republican In
Gayle Tudor, all of than th water's headquarters here, said R. Reid Committee been number thousands of the
Peggy At 511: p.m. Wednesday, a there Is far greater 1. They the taxes Rep. Ogden R-N.Y. National has schools
Gainesville; Naomi Jernlgan trash fire In the 800 block of glow of moonlight on their home are too and say to high that GOP National Chairman who acted as spokesman, aaid: called by Burch for early January Jumping mammals. They leap
Lake City, Fla} Josephine D. NW 1st Ave. planet__ __ __ I I many Dean Burch "has fully earned "I, personally, think be should 20 feet out of the water.McDUFF'S-. ='"
l Barton. Bedim Bch.I Fla.! -- --- -----
K jY iJo; ;; Old Town, Fla.j '
| Irene F.Hunt, Hawthorne, FH; i
ft Charles Young, Cedar Key; : :'
K Frederick Dallas, Williston; De-
neon Mack, High Springs; Daniel
Mack, High Springs Enevea
Williams WllUston; Willard C.
Toms, Hawthorne; Joseph P. Y
Fowler, Newberry. ,

Ellen DISCHARGED Corley, Josephine: B a..-

ron, Ruby Kite, Paul Ray Hin-
son, Lola S. Bitch, Jack D.
Barnes, Pauline Williams and I
baby boy, Sarah L. Johnson and I 26 HR.
baby boy, Mrs. Judith F leI ds
and baby boy Dorothy Camber

Involved POLICE Accident,In FIRE accidents Roundup: REPORT report- Ip ;


CHICAGO (AP) Dr. An- : I
drew C. Ivy, a former university
official and an ardent promoter IJ.
of Kreblozen as a cancer'
treatment, says he wants an
early trial so he can face his

accusers.Dr. Ivy, 71, Internationally,! J.
known physiologist, and three
other persons pleaded Innocent "
Wednesday to a 49-count federal
indictment charging them with
mall fraud, conspiracy, mislabeling f
and making false statements A
about Kreblozen. I Famous a

This Is a new and Interesting WESTINGHOUSE MACIC MAID t
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and the court allowed the four Automatic MIXER NOW ONLY r
motions."It I FOR THIS SALE!
[Is not the first time that a ML77 WHILITHIY $ 77
U HR. 99 .65Mxltl $ 18
"'1st or a benefactor of SATE &JPRJCEDI 9H9 $1 00 HOLDS s77
led has suffered IndlgnlI [-, SPECIALCoron.tSun.hl.1 M LAST TIL C.II"MA' $699 'ritnoee
for standing up to his con'P'us
I M.d.l ..4C. U.In.n.1.L.ed.n M.1.1 I a Cuitmwr,
t Ivy told newsmen.that I High beet lift. T...H the C9319. M.k.i Mill'Ml 292. ....., whin ..Ian.' Medal 544. l... 1.... ......4 n,..4.... Lees oil ..... Cory Frmh ', Air* Medal I
"1 have evidence to prove ih.dt you d ir. 4trk nwtuim > e.tt..eJ kegs.. .It... DrlI. lima) I ..
Is worthwhile drug .. until lorvlne. r ly heir dry.r right MJ.I An M l CSrlif-
? >!ozen a ll,ht. iMutiful .d. .,. .
w .
.. .. 1110.say
'n the treatment of cancer," he' ./. dni5e. Fully; utomirli <*e yllif. ale ".1 ly .Ne.Ne. hi pout twit htm.. | ..... tt. Hit .w., now!

',Id. "I have reports from a'
aussnd: doctors showing I Its,
ncflts on patients hopelessly i '
afflicted with cancer."
Dr. Ivy, now a professor of
biochemistry[ at Roosevelt Unverilty I
laid ha has no immediate [ _"

plans other than continuingto I
work In his laboratory. ,
Dr. Ivy and a codefendant,,
Dr. William F. P. Phillip", &2.1an ]
associate[ of the Kreblozen
Research Foundation, pleaded
Innocent before Judge Julius J.'

Hoffman.Dr.. Stevan. DurovIc, St, a Yugoslavian 1tffJ
who developed Kre
blozen, and his brother, Marko Cl ;
64.a cent.lawyer, also pleaded Inno-

The National Cancer Institute
and the U.S. Public Health
Service have termed Kreblozen
worthless as a cancer treatment OLYMPIC TILT-DOWN" 4-SPEED
after a study of 504 case histo I


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Fighting Marks Worst- Drought Continues. I

. Laos Dry SeasonTOKYO I As SW Digs Out Of Snow

I CHICAGO (AP New England -.chance of rain or snow. Forests

remained dust dry today In were closed In 41 counties In the
(lAP) With the dry has already been rendered serious the clutches of Its worst stale because of fire haiardi.

eason letting in and Its roads by US. imperialism and drought while the Southwest The state has been plagued with

firming up again Laos' intern Its henchmen has now become dug out from under heavy snow a all-month drought

strife 'appears headed for more dangerous," ha aaid. The Weather Bureau said Light rain tell over most ofWest

nore fighting. The Pathet Lao seemed to L I + M however that some rain or Virginia easing the fire

Pathit lao chieftain Prince have been placed on the defensive y lr snow wss expected In the southern sItuation out of the critics

ouphanouvong in a .1.lem ntroadc.st since the Laotian army New England area Friday. stage Livestock farmers la 10

this week claimed launched air bombings of Red Massachusetts and sections of counties were still receiving

'fierce figitin," already is rag. positions last summer. This ac-l 4 Connecticut and Rhode Island federal aid under an emergencyfeed

flg and ". large-scats war la lion saved the harassed neutralist a* were hardest hit by the draught grain program.

elng expanded. throughout army from destruction and Gov. Endlcott Peabody of Ma.IIchuHlta The weather situation was

.ass." it least temporarily turned the considered calling an considerably different In West!

I As usual taking the role oflie tide of the war emergency meeting of governors -era and Southwestern parts of f

aggrieved party the Cons The Pathet Lao radio frequently In the New England area. the nation

punlst leader charged that the has broadcast protests I There has been na appreciablerain In Western Kansas Garden I

allan army with American against these air strikes and ad- In the six New England City received an Inch of mow 1

upport, had been attacking Pa- vancea by the resurgent Laotian states for 201 days. Wednesday night The
'et Lao-held tap WI.-.e H m. MlA preclplU- ;
areas army Hay crop losses were estimated -don, which extended aa far
(And he raid his half-brother Souphanouvong charged that| Big Eagle Survives Bullet Wound at gig million In New Eng northeastward as Manhattan

emler Prince Souvanna Phou- !0 battalions of Infantry artil- land Including 134 million !in was welcome In the western

pa, "who his capitulated to and, 'ery and armored units totaling bald eagle found wounded the right wing on a farm near the Illlnol.-Wt'econain border la held by .Massachusetts Potato farmers Kansas counties where a fill

tinnlved with the above acts ofhe 10,000 men of the Laotian army Dr. Edward .Fitch center and Dr. John Kugler veterinarians, and James) Vaua. left, conservationist have lost more than $1 million. drought had become critical:

United States and Its lackey and a large number of aircraftvere The bird which has a aeven-foot wing spread, was taken to Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo to recuperate Temperatures were below The Weather Bureau reported

jjujt bear no small part of the I "conducting a large-scale Birds are protected by I.deralla.. freezing In many areas of New good news for drought-stricken

sponaibtlity" attack" Into Pathet Llo<<- York Slate, and the Weather eastern Colorado where wheat

"The situation In Laos which I :upied areas. .' --.--- -.- .- .. Bureau said there was a alight! crops valued in the millions had
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warnings with up to four Inches

were Issued for some sections.

NNUALLORIDA 1>t Red River N.M., received 13

inches of snow Wednesday, but
the Weather Bureau said the

precipitation was not expected

I, I to affect the drought-stricken
eastern part ef the state.
I New storms moved Into Arlso.

. na and were expected to bring

: wow to the mountains and rain

f to the deserts for several days,
the Weather Bureau reported
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Math Aid 1
I Study May

.. ti,"; '':. \ I Catholics Table ]Motion) GridironGreenbacks Storage, Retrieval Of Info m

i, VATICAN CITY (AP Pre- further action on the document The council fathers meanwhile
I siding cardinals at the Vatican, until the council meets again, cleared the way for the I I Bulging libraries, unable to to Invent an Information hand!.
'I .'I shelve the overwhelming ava- Ing system" Dr. Wallace em
..Ecumenical Council ordered Its possibly In 196J. proclamation of a major doc
A ,I controversial declaration on, trinal decree declaring that the It WM another close Saturday lanche of new printed knowledge phasized. 'We're merely attempting .
Council said
side sources Joseph for Gridiron Greenback may find some hope In to present a logical
I,religious liberty put today. Cardinal Ritter of St. Louis, bishops of the Roman Catholic
., mathematics as a of classification model which
Two U,S. cardinals and a Canadian Mo Church collectively share authority contestants. means type
_ ; Albert Cardinal Meyer of entrant classifying and storing Information may be applicable to various
the Three
reportedly protested Chicago and Paul Emlle Cardinal with the Pope over the picked every
action and carried i petition to, Leger of Montreal Immediately church. game In contest No. 7 correct I fields such as machine trans
a: Pope Paul VI. prepared a petition for the Spokesmen said the council Iy, Including the tie-breaking Dr. Alexander D. Wallace lation.
., and Dr, Alexander R. Bednar- "Stored Information Is of no(
approved the schema "de edclesla. Florida Slate University-North
The council was to have voted Pope protecting! the action and
today on whether to give moreUrn. ssaying U was up to all the 1000 ." on the nature of the I Carolina Slit game that the ek, math professors! at the University value unless It Is readily available .
r t7 rp, to study the declaration or, council fathers to decide whether church. In a final vote about'Seminoles won M-4. of Florida, have received and problems IIr classification
proceed to an Immediate vote of there should be a vote. 1,900-100( It will be proclaimed None picked the score of the a 171800 National Science and transmission of In
acceptance or rejection. I as a church decree by toe council tie-breaker correctly, but Sig Foundation grant for research I formation have the proportionsthat
These sources said the, three ; and the Pope at the closing mund S. Cowan 304 S.!. 3rd In pure mathematics, but their I make direct mechanic
Instud, council spokesmen cardinals circulated the petition public meeting of this council St., came closest. Judges! selected findings may have useful applications and electronic methods) Illogi
said, Eugene Cardinal Tlsser during the council meeting and session on Saturday. Cowan to receive this In Information storage -'cal.
ant, one of 12 cardinals formingthe collected between 800 and 1,000 I. The council also was debatingthe weeks $100 award and retrieval, .'''It Is necessary, therefore,
r council Steering Committee signatures. The three cardinals last of the 13 topics put before Charles Hood, 437 SE. Sth Their results could also to approach these problems la
announced there would be no then went to the Pepe'i apartment It in September, a schema St., and William r. Holton, 1124 flake possible machine translations a more fundamental and basic
vote at all on the declaration at on matrimony which takes up NW, 14th Ave., also had perfect of foreign publications scientific fashion which cat
this council session'which ends There was no Immediate I Indication marriages of Catholic and non selections but Cowan out. into English in a matter of he done only by formulatingthem
Saturday. whether the Pope would rl Catholics and the church courts did them on the Ue-bresker minutes, they believe. In an abstract manner"
That meant there would be no, act on the petition. that dissolve marriages! score. I "However' we are not trying Dr. Wallace concluded.


Boys' Club TutorConnie

Clark, a senior in elementary education athe
University of Florida, aids young Boys' Club '.
ember Larry Jones in science as part of a UF- iIwWw
toys' Club program In which more than 50 students LWzulti> ( (
ork at the club each week. The students, all en.
tiled In the .school of education, work with club ,
embers l in arts and crafts, library studies and the .
ames room. But their most important task comes
'ich day at 4 p.m., when they tutor youngsters In Cbtoti J & v
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IfllfO f w I High Springs Flower Show HeldHIGH I NewcomersTo PionHoliday

SPRINGS "Holiday Y
l r Splendor" was the theme of the PartyMrs.
Flower Show presented by the ,4, IIA
Garden Club last Ronald A. Bennett, president
High Springs
THE weekend at the American Legion of Gainesville Newcomers
f ffflhLY Y YRuth home under the direction Club, appointed committee I

OF Mrs. Ralph Longman and members to make arrangements
Mrs. Howard Isbell, co chair. for the club's Christmas
Weimer, Women's Editor
Mrs. Caesar
men. party. They are
Judges were Mrs. Henry r Rivera, Mrs. BennIe L e s uen
Gives Tea Raattama and Mrs. Ralph Cel- Mrs. James Stork, Mrs. Pete
Mrs. Ion Sr., of Alachua; Mrs. Arthur Gray and Mrs. Mike Skoko.
Cummer and Mrs. Hubert
The committee win meet Sat
Carcola, St. Augustine; Mrs. C.
For Women's ClubMembers H. Baker, Jacksonville, and A urday at the Bennett home, 1412
Mrs. John Kressman, Trenton. NE!: 20th Place.

Winners ribbons were awarded Mrs. Edward Wise and Mrs.
of the University arrangement, of yellow roses to the following
James Stork high bridge
Women's Club were guests of and yellow tapers centered the .4
Sportsman's Breakfast Entry:
and canasta at the recent meet-
Mrs. J. Belts at ate. table.
Vftt. Forrest Stringer, blue rib-
Guests Mrs.
Ing. present were
of autu
Presidentand m n
Monday afternoon at Arrangements
bon Mrs. Kenneth Forrester, .
; Pete Gray, Mrs. Henry Bradford
flowers used throughoutthe
Mrs. Reitz'i home, West were
red ribbon, and Mrs. Howard
Mrs. Brad Mrs.
University Avenue. house and on the terrace.
Isbell, white ribbon. .
wives Floral decorations Edward Wise.'Miss Rosalie Alter
Several hundred faculty : were ar
Land Mrs.
Of Entry:
and faculty women attended ranged by Mrs. W. H. Belsler, Don Underwood, blue ribbon Mrs. Stork, Mrs. Mlkt
this annual membership tea, Mrs. John W. Flowers and Mrs. Mrs. Stancel Everett, red ribbon ; Leyden, Mrs. Donald Law, Mrs.
which: Is one of the leading Drayton T. Kinard. ; Mrs. W. D. Curry Jr., yellow Herbert Hall, Mrs. James
events of the club's social cal. Mrs. Edward Keister arranged ribbon; Mrs. Client Ryals, Lehrke and Mrs. Chester Ad-
endar honoring/ newcomers and for the music which was pro- white ribbon. dington.
past presidents of the organize/ vided during the afternoon.
tion. Social CommitteeThe Glory of Autumn Entry: Mrs.
Greeting guests at the door social committee Included Robert Palmer and Mrs. Arnold
were Mrs. Joseph Leps and Mrs. Glenn A. Farris, Mrs. Williams, blue ribbon; Mrs.
Mrs. G. Paul Moore, cochairmen John A. Harrison, Mrs. ThomasH. Ralph Longman, red ribbon;
Maren, Mrs. Nathan Gammon Mrs. Baxter Forrester, yellow ,
of the program committee, In time for the
ribbon, Mrs. C. E. Burkhardtand
and Mrs. Vincent Stenger and Jr., Mrs. E. W. Jacunskl,
Mrs. W. Wilson, white rib
Mrs. Perry Moore, cochairmen Mrs. Edward Bird. Mrs. Julian
of the social committee. ; Cotter, Mrs. W. A. Little, bon.Winter
Mayor Jack Vause, above, cuts the ribbon opening
Receiving in the foyer were Mrs. Bruce Thomason, Mrs.' Fantasy Entry Mrs.
Bruce Dorsey and Mrs. H. E. the autumn flower show of the High Springs Gar
Mrs. Belts, Mrs John F. Baxter Thomas L. Martin Jr., Mrs.
president of the club, and Norman Sloan, Mrs. Pepper rravers, blue ribbon; Mrs. T. den Club held recently at the American Legion HomeIn HolidaysNO
Mrs. R. D. Coddington, chair Rodgers, Mrs. Bill A. Fleming, D. Thomas, red ribbon; Mrs. S. High Springs. Mrs. Ralph Longman, right above,
man of Newcomers. I Mrs. Frank E, Maloney and K.; LJndsey, yellow ribbon, Mrs. co-chairman with Mrs. Howard Isbell, received the
Presented Mrs. John Nattress. Robert Palmer, Mrs. Arnold sweepstakes arrangement award.
Corsages of white spider Other members of the Unl i Williams and Mrs. Edna Jef- .won by Mrs. J. H. McNeill Jr., and Mrs. Arnold WilliamsMrs. I I OTHER CARPET GIVES YOU
chrysanthemums were presented versity Women's Club assistingat freys, white ribbon. and the award of distinction was Ralph Longman won the ; _
to 26 past presidents of the the tea Included: Serenity Madonna Entry; won by Mrs. RobertJPal me_r sweepstakes: arrangement. i
club and Mrs. J. Hillis Miller,i Mrs. E. Roy Stockstill, Mrs. Mrs. E. N. Berry, blue ribbon; '
past honorary president, who S. L. Beckwith, Mrs. Reid Pool, Mrs. W. H. Sunlen, red rib- SO MUCH LUXURY AND VALUEat
was a special guest. Mrs. Harold DT Wallace, Mrs. bon; Mrs. Howard Isbell, yellow -
Mrs. Maurice Ahrens, Mrs. Fletcher N. Baldwin, Mrs. ribbon, Mrs. James Erasmus .
Harry Prystowsky, and Mrs. E. Wayne T. Sandefur, Mrs. Wil- white ribbon.
T. York, Jr., directed the lam M. Alexander, Mrs. Leroy Cards In Flowers Entry: Mrs. only $5.49 J sqa yd.
guests to the tea table. Scheck, Mrs. Charles Eno, Mrs J. H. McNeill Jr., blue ribbon;
Gracing the table in the main Ben Barger, Mrs. William N. Mrs., Edna Jefferys, red rIbbon
dining/ room was a rose tree. Boas, Mrs. Lucius B. Gravely, ;Mnt W. H. Sunlen, yellow
of pink roses and orchid chrysanthemums Mrs. Wm. F. Fagan, Mrs. WU- ribbon, and Mrs. E. N. Berry,
on a silver stand lard E. Stone, Mrs. Dexter De. white ribbon.
Orchid tapers In silver holders loney, Mrs. Robert B. Mauls, Seasons Greetings Entry:
complemented the arrange Mrs. W. C. Thomas Jr., Mrs: drs. Ralph Longman, blue ribbon FAMOUS NAMES-17 tr 21 JEWELS
ment. Robert B. Myers, Mrs. Keith ;, Mrs. W. E. Hamm, Mrs MOVEMENTS Many with Gold
In the small dining/ room, an Butson, Mrs. Richard W. Bowls Don Underwood, red ribbon, Filled Bracelets, Rich Expansion Bands
Dr. Mildred Griffith, Mrs. and Mrs.; r. S. McConn I c k,
tyram Kitchen, Mrs. Cay Wel- yellow ribbon.
CalendarOf born, Mrs. Gene Valente, Mrs. The horticulture sweepstakes
Oscar Araujo, Mrs. George T. award was won by Mrs. S. K.
Edds, Mrs. Thomas N. Wells, Undsey, and Mrs. Sam Crews
Mrs. Leon Henderson and Mrs. won the tricolor award.
EventsTODAY Lucas Schoonmaker. Arrangement tricolor was I 4

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VFW Ladles Auxiliary

1 p.m., VFW Post Home, .DVS .
Waldo Road, election. The VARIETY StoreSELECTED Ali .3
"Holiday Decorations and
Inspirations", Flower Show 1JmWA .
Judges Council, 10:30 a.m. W
I p.m., Holiday Inn, Open to

public. .. "
Gainesville Library Advisory VALUESFROM
Board, 130: p.m., Gainesville

Public Library. THE NEW 1965
Gainesville Chapter 44, JY
OES!: 1 p.m., Masonic' Yem-

of Women Voters, DU PONT -

1 p,m., Mrs. Louis Cohen,
1250 NW (1st Terrace, Orientation 501
Coffee.Gainesville. TELEVISION LINES -

Little Theater
production, "The Ugly Amer- ALL SETS TUNE ALL L
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Physical Fitness P r ogram,
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Gainesville Garden Club, wWstaeCONSOLETTE
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I p.m., Carnation, Mrs. : TV PLUS
\ Kendall Johnson, 3751 NW nepttoe *:.n-ch'nnel'wwtW N.w VIIF./14 UHF w TAX Nylon carpeting for only 5.49 'Sq.
23rd Avenue; Jasmine, Mrs.R. suindplmrr, Powrrrd Tulltrl r. 4"Cotdei

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t Terrace: Geranium, Mrs. R. OUR $ ore one of a kind -All are factory guaranteed wick Mills, one of the world's I largest:
L. Stanley, 116 NW lib Ave Pitre. 2799saY Famous HELBROS GRUEN .

nue. q, ) WALTHAM. Included in this group: carpet manufacturers.
VF Faculty Club buffet
Waterproof and self-winding styles some
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12 Gainesville Sun Thursday, November 19, 1964 .

f News of Special InterestTo AAUW Dinner, Young Slate Holiday Mother's ActivitiesMrs. League Bridge JOHN E. CRAPS ClubBy *

the Colored Community Guy D. Smith, officer ing date of the organization; Mrs. J. A. Wethington Jr and
Panel Discussion of the local Salvation Army,I which meets the second Thurs-Mrs. J. W. Hoover were the first
was guest speaker for the new- day of each month at 7:45 p.m. place winners in the Gainesville
News items for this should b. directed to Ben F. Childs Colored News
page ly organized Young M 0 ther's at the Guaranty Federal Savings Bridge Cub's annual champion
editor by mail at 526 NW 8th at FR 65753. Do not send A dinner combined
St. or by phone meeting League recently The spca k e r and Loan Association Community ship event for open pairs on
Items directly t. the Sun office.Fmril with a panel discussion will at the Recreation
lade an Informal talk on the Room. All moth Monday evening
ti irxgvrvm, urtwi Mill. ibK, will ... tout* M P..* 1CHLRCH highlight the November meetingof with of tTO
nany and varied services per'ormed I ers from 18 to 30 years of age Center, a score
: ANNOUNCEMENTS PROGRAM SET ,College of Rushing, La., Dil the American Association of daily by the organization. : who are not employed are invited match points. There were
Mt. Pleasant Methodist- The Undenominational Choirs lard and Florida A & M are University Women Friday at 7 I to join the league. twelve and one half tables In

Choir No. 2 will have Its rehearsal Union will present its program the four teams entered in the p.m.Serving In the as Hotel moderator Thomas for the 1 I Dolls, dressed by the League' the competition and the average
today, 7:30: p.m. Edell Turner entitled "Choirs in Parade" at tourney. the Salvation Melrose Church score was 143.
panel discussion on the top I c, ((members
Richard Parker the Second Star The Rattlers cagers were
president Morning Baptist
; "Changing Attitudes and Values a Army Christmas baskets, were Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Woodwardwere
In the Southern Women Slate
organist. The Commission on Church Monday, Nov 23, atSpm. runners up
be at the meeting. closest second
Athletics Conference -in America Today, will Dr. [displayed the possible
Education and Church Sch 001 1 Intercollegiate
C. Lee Eggert.Dr. Mrs. Bernard Grimes w as Annual Bazaar place finishers with 170.
Staff will meet Friday, 7::30p.m. The public Is invited. Tournament last sea
Eggert, professor of administration I elected vice president to rei i Other winners Included Mrs
14 12 In season I
in the second unit V, I L. son. They were MELROSE Women of the
Boardof and I 5 in the SIAC. and education at i place Mrs. Gary Steinhoff, who L E. Grlntcr and Mrs. H. L.
chairman of the NOTICE play Melrose Trinity EpiscopalChurch I
Trapp, the University of Florida has ill moving to Valdosta Ga, the with 166E, E Phil-
I Gray
third in league
Education J. Franklin Jones The semi annual session of They were have slated their annual
been a member of the Collegeof I end of the month, and Mrs. lips and P. D. Goldhasen with
Jr., Church School superintendent the Women's Home Mission and standings. bazaar for Thursday at 1:30: a.m.
Education faculty since 1948. Gordon Prine was named pub- 185, Dr and Mrs. J. R. Andesnon
Rev. W. M. Ferguson, Educational Convention, auxilI- s Mrs. C. C. Maxson is chair. H.
He has articles and Mrs. F
written many licity chairman. with 183\,
of the Jerusalem Mission- for the event. .
pastor. ary NAMED BENEFICIARY and books and man M. H. DcPass
research coauthored Hull and Mrs
Mt. Carmel Baptist There ary Baptist Association, with has I The League made plans to enter Luncheon Is scheduled for 11
I Florida A&M University "Framework for Fam. I with 162.
will be a teachers' meeting today Rev. T. D. Davis, moderator, beneficiary of the a float in the Chrlstm a s parade a m. and the price is $12S.
Life and
been Education
7:30 p.m.; and the Choir will be held at the New Hope 1 estate re late Miss Edna lly Ing Human Behavior." Chang. and to make Thanksgivingfavors The bazaar will feature baked The club will hold It* next
will have 1U rehearsal tomorrow Baptist Church at Williston on M Ayers of Pound Ridge, N.Y, Panel members will Include Dr. C Lee Fggtrt for patients at the Ala goods, hand knit sweaters, game at 7:30: this evening at the
8pm. Rev. T. A. Wright, Nov 20 and Nov. 22. in the amountof chua General Hospital. Chrhtmai gifts and a white I Recreation Center Visitors are
The bequest Robert M. Temple Jr., pastor of
W. Hamm, Laughlin, Mrs. Jack Moore,Mrs.J. sale I welcome.
Esther meet
pastor: Mri. the institution according the Trinity Methodist C h u rob, December 10 Is the next elephant
Gordon Smith, Mrs Arthur -
reporter. PUNS MEETINGThe available to Florida A & M to Dr. John R Stiefel, Instructorin
Emanuel Baptist Choir No Female Protection Society W Thompson, Mrs. George F.
use In connection with its program the Department of Psychiatryat
I will have rehearsal today,7:30: No. 1 will meet Sunday at 4p.m of student loans and the University of Florida Tubb, Mrs. Mildred Wanninger,
prfi. at the Greater Ft. Clark for worthy students.! and Robert H. Hargrave, Alach.ua !. Mrs. Clyde I. Wheeler, Mrs
St. Paul C. M. E. MornIng Baptist Church. I Miss Edna M. Ayres, the County vocational agriculture Robert Wiegman, Mrs. Ruth
worship, Ham.; and evening The members are asked to be donor. Is unknown to officials teacher who Is president ef the Zidenberg and Miss 1 A n It a In time for the
worship, 6:30 pm. Rev B present. :of the institution accordingto Alachua County Classroom I Dahlke

F Weary, pastor. Dr. Gore, who has been Teachers Association. Church CirclesTODAY
AILING AT HOME trying to learn the Identity of' Discussion will center about
NOTICEThe I The following members of Ft. the school's benefactress. the changing attitudes and! ; November ISSt.
Female Protection Society Herman Baptist Church continue values relative to the panelists' Patrick's Church
Meeting No. 1 set for Sunday 11at\ their homes Mr. I Dr. Charles U. Smith, head particular fields of religion, psychiatry .i I p.m., St. Theresa's Circle Holidays
has been postponed until la and Mrs. Fullwood and Ned Department of Sociology at and education. I Mrs David Sincere, 3632
ter. Mrs. Amanda Scott, president McClendon. Mrs. Florence ,Florida A & M has been ap- Hostess committee for the NW 41st Lane.
; Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter Brown, reporter. pointed chairman of the Committee dinner Includes Mrs. Sally Belle- Melrose Espicopul ChurchWomen '
on Teaching of the nap, Mrs. L. Paul Elliott I Bazaar, 1:30: a.m., NO OTHER CARPET GIVES YOU
THANKSGIVING PROGRAMSET CARD OF THANKSThe Southern Sociological Society Mrs. J. Robert Karp, Mrs. Vera Luncheon, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Mt. Herman Jenkins, Mrs. K.I Parish House.
Baptist for_year.1964.63. I Ii Stanley
There will be a Thanksgiving, Church wishes to thank all per- i He win also serve as chairIman SO MUCH LUXURY AND VALUE
program and kitchen shower at sons for their cooperation during -, of the program section on'
the New Salem Baptist Church the anniversary of Rev. teaching for the annual meet--
dining room Nov. 28 at 7:30: p.m.I Richard Harrison, pastor, which Ing of the society, which will
Following the program, was successful at the church. convene in Atlanta, Ga. in at $ C .
freshments will be served. re-I Rev. Richard Harrison, pastor; II April, 1965.COURSES I only 49sq'yt1' o
Ing will begin at 5 p.m. Rev. W. C. Green, master of :
Ruth A. Ramsey, chairman of ceremonies.The AT VCCC I *
the program committee; Mrs The Technical Division of' <* **ZZr&X ?
P.I* Scott reporter. Florida A&M University Volusia County Community Col--
Members and friends are asked basketball team will play nine lege Is proud to know that students -
to donate to the shower. Rev. games away and nine gamesat who finished their prescribed
C.J.Johnson,pastor home, according to the 111645 technical and electronic I FAMOUS NAMES 17 & 21 JEWELS
schedule released by basket courses are In demand. A MOVEMENTS Many with Gold
TO CELEBRATE ball coach Ed Oglesby. recent survey showed that 14 Filled Bracelets, Rich Expansion Bonds
ANNIVERSARY Coach Oglesby said his cag- out of II students who com
The Ushers Board No. 2 of I ers have been Invited to play pleted their courses In June,'
Lodge No. 113 will celebrate Us'In the Dillard University Invitational -1964, have been placed In In- A
anniversary on Tuesday, Nov Tournament at New dustry, with top beginning salaries
21, at S p.m. at the Masonic Orleans, La., Dee 28 29 and advancement periodically -
Hall on N. W. 3rd Street, and 1964 Southern University of as well as over-time'
4th Place. Baton Rouge, La., Grambllng compensation. I .
The St Luke Baptist C h u rch
Choir No. 1 will\ serve as guest
choir of Paradise. The devotion
, services will be conducted by
the choral group of Lodge No .4., L
I 113. Mrs. W. M. Nelson will The VARIETY Store i
serve as mistress of ceremon
I ies. Mrs. Cussie Ross, president "t garDEl1'ONT
of Ushers' Board No. 1; Mrs. p. 1/tMeWA

, L. Scott, reporter.
, Each member b asked to 'T'c


THE NEW 1965
There will be a youth programat
the Church of God In Christ, ,
15th St, and N. E. 3rd Ave., on '
Saturday, Nov. 21, at I p.m. RCA VICTOR
There is no admission price
'tat a free-wOl offering will 501
be accepted. Elder J, C. Carter I -
Mrs. John W. Red-
82 CHANNELS Regular Vol..ei 59.00 to 71.50 .'=-S::' 1I'J.::.

Slates ProgramThe RCA
Voices of Clouds, singers,, VICTOR 1
will appear in a musical program .1lew1lgsta' 22"

Church at Sunday the at Anloch I p.m. Baptist CONSOIETTE Choice Your Wo will lay your 501 Continous Fila

The public is Invited to attend njSSSgs PLUS
this fine entertainment. .d TAX ment Nylon carpeting, for only 5.49 Sq.

NOTICE hn.o,,,pd"r."' fur: *Jilll..,IC."CoIdq \' The right time to buy thot wotch is now, Yd. This carpeting is manufactured by Bar-
The Uniform Company Lodge
Throat"r. 1/IIJc.frlt r, during this Sale, but don't delay Manyare
Ushers' Board No. 2 lidPlncr'
and the
OUR of kind All wick Mills of the world's largest
will meet Jointly at the home one a are factory guar' one
of Mrs. Lois Fox, of 730 SW. $27995 r..e"? .+a anteed Famous HELBROS GRUEN -
5th St.,today at I p.m. lZ,'::N) WALTHAM. Included' in this group: carpet manufacturers.
The dues are to be paid hi Waterproof and self-winding styles, some
full because this will be the final
with diamond 14K Gold cases.
meeting for the year. RCAV1CTOR ?.* Within 72 hours after you select one

Mw Usia
At@fiW PORTABLE of the many, many beautiful patterns and

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1 ON 'LIBERTY' Cowan Wins I I Profs' Math Study May Aid :


Catholics Table Motion GridironGreenbacks Storage, Retrieval Of Info '

VATICAN CITY, (AP) Pre further action on the document The council fathers
!\ siding cardinals it the Vatican until the council meets again while cleared: the way mean-I Bulging libraries, unable to to Invent an Information handt
,\1 Ecumenical Council ordered Its possibly In 1966 I proclamation of a major doctrinal shelve the overwhelming ava- ing system" Dr. Wallace em
controversial declaration on decree declaring that the It was another close Saturday lanche of new printed knowl- phasized. "We're merely at.
aside Council sources said Joseph for Gridiron Greenback edge, may find some hope In;tempting to present a logical
I religious liberty put today Cardinal Ritter of St Louis, bishops of the Roman Catholic
and Contestants. mathematics as a means of classification type model which
Two U S cardinals a Cana- Church collectively share au-
Mo. Albert Cardinal of
dian reportedly protested the Chicago; and Paul Emile Meyer Cardi- thority with the Pope over the Three entrants picked every classifying and storing Infor may be applicable to various
action and carried a petition to nal Leger of Montreal immediately church. game in contest No. 7 correctly mation. fields, such as machine trans
Pope Paul VI. prepared a petition for the I Spokesmen- said the council including the tie-breaking Dr. Alexander D. Wallace I lation.
isi. 'Florida and Dr. Alexander R. Bednarek 'Stored' Information Is of
approved the schema "de ed- State University-North no
The council was to have voted Pope, protesting the action and '
math professors at the University I.I I value unless It Is avail-
today on whether to give more saying it was up to all the 2,000,clesia, on the nature of the Carolina State game that the readily
time to study the declaration or council fathers to decide whether church in a final' vote about;Seminoles won 28-8. of Florida have received able and problems of classification
+ yx, proceed to an immediate vote of there should be a vote. 1900100. It will be proclaimedas None picked the score of the a (71800 National Science and transmission of Information -
acceptance or reJection. a church decree by the council tie-breaker correctly, but Sig- Foundation grant for researchIn have the proportionsthat
7 These sources said the three and the Pope at the closing mund S. Cowan, 304 SE. 3rd pure mathematics, but their make direct mechanical
Instead, council spokesmen cardinals circulated the petition public meeting of this council St., came closest. Judges selected findings may have useful applications and electronic methods lllogl.
F L said, Eugene Cardinal Tlsser during the council meeting and session on Saturday. Cowan to receive this In Information storage -
ant, one of 12 cardinals formingthe collected between. 800 and 1,000 The council also was debatingthe week's $100 award. and retrieval. cal."It Is necessary, therefore
council Steering Committee, signatures. The three cardinals last of the 13 topics put be- Charles Hood, 437 SE. 8th Their results could also to approach these problems in
announced there would be no then went to the Pope's apart- fore It In September, a schemaon St, and William F. Holton 1124N :nake possible machine translations -I a more fundamental and basic
vote at all on the declaration at ment. matrimony which takes up W. 14th Ave, also had perfect of foreign publications scientific fashion, which can
this council session which ends There was no Immediate In- marriages of Catholics and non- selections but Cowan outdid -into English In a matter of be done only by formulating
Saturday.That dication whether the Pope would Catholics and the church courts them on the tiebreakerscore. minutes, they believe. them in an abstract manner,"
meant there would be no act on the petition. that dissolve marriages. "However, we are not trying Dr. Wallace concluded.

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Boys' Club TutorConnie

Clark, a senior In elementary education at "
the University of Florida, aids young; Boys' Club
member Larry Jones in science as part of a UF- ;
JJoy' Club program In which more than 50 students toaletufo' tta ucoitujJwUk(
work at the club each week. The atudents, all en
rolled in the school of education work with club
members in arts and crafts, library studies and the .
game room. But their most Important task comes
each day at 4 p.m., when, they tutor youngsters hi' \
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0 CoL'ard!!' Plants C. 7 dl.mond..t. 14 k gold $ 59.00 ..... III 14_ pia a.elasl, C. diamond bridal eat lU gold $300.00
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R ""'.- C ar .1. aes a 112995 F diamond bridal Mt ll-lIokI. $350.00r
I. 4 amend Mt 14 k gold $ 75.00 .. .
Onion SetsGET 5458 0. diamond bridal tat, 14-k gold $33900
diamond Mt 14 k golda S 7995
H. diamond bridal tat, Ilk gold $400.00H.
I diamond Mt U k gold S 8750 t. tea ie e.d.. ..a saMe.. II jootI '149 .
'EM GROWING NOW 13 diamond Mt 14 k gold S 97.50 w..4 1._ e... a.a,"N- L diamond bridal lit 14-k gold .$799.00
J. MamuiM diamond with 4 bafuattMHi
I. 11.. 1 dia"nd S1 00.00 t. u e "jootI -, '189 l(-karat gold .995.00
ENJOY A RICH GREEN LAWN ALL J. 7 diamond Mt 14 k gold $11900 :::.

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'1 November I IV, In64! Gainesville Sun II.

I Teen Bakers Compete for ScholarshipMiss I UF Bridge-O-Rama Planned I I IBridge

0 Rama Group,,, ed this year: an evening grou I revenue were needed and the'
Julianna ol f Smith, EustU. Miss Sharon
Myers Ocala Girl Wins sponsored by the Univera I tWomen's ), for couples and a daytime and Bridge-0-Rama started.
Ocala has won first place for Branch Tavares; Miss Rosalyn .
an evening for
Club is group womenI
her award winning "Caraway Fletcher, Greensboro, M 1 la. now registerIng
ODAY November II members for the annual l I A fee of fifty cents per player KeyettesPlan
Cheese Twist" entered Bake Lanese Jacksonv I lie,
recipe Teen ContestGay Hartley
|Kitchen shower feting Miss I spring tournament.This will be awessedProceeds .
the annual
in Pyrofax Gas Miss Sharon Brown, Orlando; Sales
ne Bingham, fiancee of Teen-Age Baking Contest last Miss Glenda Branning Mariana tournament runn I n|: from the bridge i
Schildge of Middle- Gibson dress wardrobe. 'ohlman, Mount Dora, MM! To raise funds for various
eorge weekend at the Girl Scout HuL and MIlS Michael Coffee, from the first of January until 1 I games are used to increase the
entered th club ,
N. J., S Mrs All contestants Jdy Crosby, Leesburg Miss projects the Keyettes of
Wn p.m. Miss the first of May. is open to all I
Myers Is now eligible to Jacksonville fourth place.CAR Revolving Emergency Student
contest submitting a Gainesville School have
met Pope, J18 SW 27th 'baking en Schuele, Jacksonville; interested bridge players In the. High
Loan fund
compete at one of three regional I for women students
In 100 fewer words on book and
et essay or fIBs Chris Welch, Leeaburg; planned a aale a
grand final contests on "Why I Want To Go To Col at the University of Florida. rummage sale for Saturday
December 12 flu Ann Marks, Jacksonville:I SocietyJacob Deadline for enrollment This fund
Ishower honoring Miss Ka y : at Richmond Va. lege". Contest rules require li was established morning
Also awarded Miss ill third place, Miss Mary Pal-j Wednesday, November 25.
loon, fiancee of Ronald to Myerswas this essay to be accompani< seven years ago by the Univerally The book sale, which will
ligglns, 8 p.m., Mrs. Forrest a silver bowl, luggage and by a favorite recipe for pie flour Gainesville; MUll Cltanicla '> Roberta Brown Societyof Anyone wishing to register, Womens Club and was take place at the Florida N..
BcCann and Mrs. Luke Eng- I I trip to the grand finals accompanied -cake bread or cookies and Mm Donna En- Children of the American should call Mrs. Carl Stouferor operated primarily through donations tlonal Bank and the rummage
by an adult lo, Leesburg; Miss Ellen Oil- Revolution will meet at I Mrt Gordon Print, chairmen ,
|h at the former's home, 605 Runners up In the prelimInary Sunday from members. As the ale, set for Gllberg's ParkingLot
11th Avenue.dlscellaneous Preliminary competition was baking contest Include ng, Dunnellon; Miss Sherry 2:30: p.m. at the home of Chris of reservations fund became more widely med are both scheduled from
honing held In'28 states to'determine Miss Faye Miller Tavaresecond 'elerson, Tavares: Miss Wesla'Hord, 1040 SW 11th Terrace.. Three group will be form. by students, other sources o f ':10 a m. until I p.m.
shower grand final entrants First t place: Miss Sand I I
Miss Gait Anderson, place finals winners win b e Thomas, Gainesville, M I I. I I 9
ide elect of William Ivey warded a $2,000 scholarship, Brenda Lambert, Cantonment
|Moun' Dora 7:30 p.m., Mrs.R. two gas ranges, one for the win Miss Mary Ellen Tate, Grove '1 I PRE-THANKSGIVING CLEARANCE
Newsome Jr. and Mrs. ner's home use and one for the land; Miss Patty Hendley I '
bit Beatty at the former's !winner school, a trip for two'Ocala, Miss Mary Micha
me, 540 NE Second Ave- to the 19tt World Fair, and a Moore. Leesburg: Mini Lint! ft MISSES', WOMEN'S AND
-- -- --
IlDAY, November 20 The Continually Meaningful Gift.,. .
Buffet supper compliment.M DRESSES
t I.s Jane Bingham, ,
fid* elect of George RING OF LIFE Were 89912.99
thlldge of Middletown N. J.,
s. Justin Harlow, 808 NW SAVE NOW 6.00-9.00
Kli Terrace.



ON THESE Were 149935.00
Mrs. Keller NOW 12.00-20.00

EWBERRY Mrs. Eth e 1
ler of Plant City Associate ft MISSES' AND JUNIORS'
nd Matron of the G r a n'd
pter ;Of Florida; Order of EVENING AND COCKTAIL
:tern Star, made her official ww DRESSES
tetlon !o( Newberry Chapterat SY ,
a recent banquet : Were 149959.00

,r cent R: Brfce, dafnesville, NOW 100040.00
Grand Patron gave the
"" illon.Guests were greeted Mothers and inndmothtn will chfrlih '
-b: I Sri 'Gladys Roberts, WorhjrJlatronrand the Rind of Lilt because each loved one $1095 Dress Shop2"0"EVELYN
Phil C. McDB- symbolized by a synthetic birthstone
itt in rich Florentine finished 10K told. JLlJM.M
'dlt-Worthy Guests: present Patron.Included MrsSTncenl Accinttd with altirnitlnf diamonds, "",a..._ PEARSON, BARBIZON & OTHER FAMOUS LABEL
It'l awn mora beautilul' ntM'tZZT SPECIALLY PURCHASED FOR THIS SAUl
R.'Brlce, Past Grand MONEY DOWN a to?+* *ua_i <..... .ss.wNO "M ROBES & BED JACKETSBATISTE
Hatron,Dr. E. W Garris, Pat
Brand Patron; Miss M try ItlMlMMMZ ..."" So__..... 144 TUSSY LIPSTICK NYLON TRICOT OR FLEECE
Laura. Johnson, Grand Treasurjr .
? Mrs. Curtis Williams, Past : ALE'S REFILLS, REG. 1.10 Were 50016.95
rand Organist,:all of.-Calnes- SALE 39c NOW 3.99-9.99
isle, and Mrs: Ernestine Elsen-
cfier,Kejstone Heights, Grand
instructor* j 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE .

Asocial_ hour followed- -"the.. Place Your Christmas Order NowSpfrtalul SHAMPOOS REG. 1.50 VERY FAMOUS MAKE
u nineM l meeting ,


RINSES, REG. 1.50 Were

SN .u NOW 2.99-29.99


"' M M ,.', md Bey' Vnr jar Florida I
12 TUSSY "MIDNIGHT"SETS Were 4.00-6.00.




REG. 5.00 SALE 2.50


style end flood W.tK 's wear quality Were 3.00-3.95 NOW 1.99 '
looks are the ktvnote Ion) wearing ttiloftd
t. for the,e fine west I and rtyon and ac.tat. At
I' wool blend COtta. So- this low price you iKould LADIES FALLHANDBAGS BRASBY
tided colors and p.t. buy ] or men ,.i,.. WARNER MAIDENFORM Cr OTHERS
SUM 2f 42 ,
fares In now fall tone t
"'1- j Snoi; 3* to 40.S499. Were 3955.95 NOW 2.99



Save SI0.00 ..*** 7.tt rakes Were NOW 3994.99
is Regular 25.00 Veto LEATHERS & FABRICS


,. Were 3.99-8.99 ( A FAMOUS HOLLWOOD MAKER)

Were 3005.95 NOW 1992.99



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Woven plaids m ..1Orl.. / sr
colon or heather "",1.
Solid color D.ero'i poly-I Ladies & Teens LOAFERS
..t., and cotton. S. M, L,
,XL Several l ityloi.te .*.... ITALIAN OR PENNY STYLES /
from .t big i.Vlf.. Nylon S1Q99 (RING OR CLUTCH
SO 99me (not. pile Hied,
knit l I..i".d. .*.di;.mpri STYLES IN FABRICOR REG. 7.99 5.90 .11
.. $ coet. $;i. S. M, ;
Save $1.00J L. XL ...... .. 1!." SIMULATED
lel. .M 2 Pairs 11,00 %f' ,

VISIT OUR BOY'S DEPT. ?o.Ra"slrpiiees ... '
Were 2.99NOW F.f\ RED. ,



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,14 _Gainesville, Sun_Thursday, _November I',_1964__

I I This Is Mental Retardation Week | J

(Continued from Page 1) 111 and the mentally retarded the study by gathering t be ed child In an institution but regular school classes," laid of retarded children In this coun- to one of these Institutions if who cannot walk or care f

he Mid. needed statistics for planning only $600 a year to provide the Mrs. Sawyer. ty up to about U per cent higher there is space available. Usually their personal needs.

The late President Kennedytook Congress in 1963 enacted the for Alachua County day care" for him In a centerif Seventeen of the special classes than the average In ether the w.ttingllst Is long. About All the Sunland Tralnln

I a particular Interest in the "The of he home said. 4,200 children now b II n ters will mark this week"
Community Mental Health Centers possibility getting lives at said Dr. are la the elementary schools counties, Mrs. Sawyer are g

problem of mental Inadequacy, Act which authorizes appropriation a Community Mental Health Copeland. and eight are at the high school "Not every retarded child can cared for.Sunland. holding an Open House on Sj

possibly because of the retardation of funds to financeup Center for this area holds out A day a care center is under level. The advantage to the child be taken Into the schools; Training Center I n day.Gainesville j

of a member of his fam- to two-thirds the cost of hope for two types of service construction In Dade County to comes from being In a small some of them are to severely Gainesville Is the oldest of these facilitiesnWjl

ily."We construction of community urgently needed here," said provide for 500 retarded chil class where he can do Individual retarded. But there Is a class state schools. Others are at Ma-[visited by Joining tours w h i i

must seek out the causes 'mental health centers. ''Mrs. Glenn. dren. work scaled to his ability. where they may be accepted on rianna and at Fort Myers. Orlando will start at 1, 1:30 and :2 pj

of mental illness and mental Fifty three states and territories "A day care center for Kirs' Ruth Sawyer Supervisorof "Children In the special classes a trial basis. The trial period has a hospital for the care |The public Is cordially InvUi I,

retardation and eradicate them have received planning pre-school retarded children Guidance and Ezceptlo n a 1 come from all over the coun- may last from two weeks to of the moat severely retard e d, to attend. m

we must strengthen and grants In order to prepare com- and those aged T to 13 who are Child Service In the A I a c h u a ty and are transported In school six months. I

Improve the programs and facilities prehensive plans for treatmentof 'not in school would give ai County schools said that of the buses to the proper a c h o o I," "Teachers are especiallytrained f1J f1r

serving the mentally mental Illness and improve- opportunity for participating In 20,000 children In school here Mrs. Sawyer said. for this work. Some of

ment of mental health under social contact with others like now about 500 have slight or Specific provision Is made In them studied at Florida State r

ORDINANCE NO ISM this act. themselves, and would hel ]p ranging up to severe retarda- the state budget for the: education University where Instruction Is 1 J 5 p s .

CONDUCTION AN ORDINANCE OF PROVIDING I INIIONJ PC* THI TO John Miklos, president of the them to learn. tion."There and training of retarded given In teaching the exceptional Jd tl

THI CERTAIN SANITARY.,IIIT.SEWER. ALLin.SYSTEM AND 01'r. Florida Association for Men- "And a sheltered workshop, are 25 classes in the children. The excellence of th e child.

tally Retarded Children, has where older retarded children public schools for retarded children MOVES MERCHANDISE
tt&" BV'JUi. ,33.0.8. : Alachua County system, and Florida has four residential I 1 (
A been appointed Director could be taught trade or craft ,. with about 15
Pot LEVY 01'' SPECIAL AUIS&- pupilsin medical facilities in Gainesville centers where retarded children II

I rTN50 ilNBFITTIO AIUTTING THIIUV PROPER.TV AND. of Planning for mental healthIn suitable to their abilities would each class. The very s 11 I ght have attracted Tamil I e s may be placed If the family Is "

MtSCHISINS .THI MANNER IN this state. permit these young people to cases,. and children In kindergarten here who need them. This has unable to care for them. Coun- "

( WHICH HALL II SUCH MAD SPECIAL AND PAID.IMI.MI ASSIIIMCNTI. 1 Mrs Tom Glenn, 4002 New- become largely elf-sustalnlnj or first grade attend pushed the relative percentage ty Judges can commit a child IJ1LJ LilJUJLJ b I)

&- Road is in members of the economic
II IT ORDAINIID OP GAINESVILLE, berry cooperating com-
liON 01' TH' CITY munlty." ,

'fi I. In odditkiri to tho ntamlnond Dr. E. L. Copeland Medical!
Molttom to IM ...11.,, ttwtr .,0 ,
torn ol tilt CUT ol ettntwlllo ordortto Postmaster Red Director at Sunland TrainIng ttl
Ot dmi In Ordlnonci .... nw Btroli
lore .. on "". 7H lay of January. Center agreed that a daycare
A. oTlttl, Mot tho ....11.,, tnn Over Box ColorSEATTLE center for retarded children is
...,.... of .".. en of Otlno.vlll. I I.. More Than Money People Are Our BusinessJo's .'1
norm ..-... to bo ojcrondod tnd HIMto needed here.
bt comtnictid 'M occordinc. wit Wash. (AP) -
"The children will be better
.... pinto and opoclllcollom lltorortr.i
.... ,....rod to 01 Iho Wad tolnr llIIlaws How are the mail boxes in you if they can remain in the fam-
,..10<1. now OIl fll' I. "'. OSNa ? Red white and
city painted
N 01. City 110I....... and span to ily and 11the home rather u I 'K '

IM.InipKllon UK llntt of ond tht .public.A. .'....1.. ... or. to lit blue? than being placed in an insti- H
.....'od IIOK9 tin toltowlnj nutMlAl. Well, the flag code lays It tution. But the mothers need i
..- should be blue white and red.
.1. tooltnrot. kid AVOMM from It. relief from having the responsibility -
"IrHtnocilon/ RIM tuihwoil 43rd TnA Postmaster George Morry
I fad run 150 fosf ...,. of care of the child.
.t In lonltiwotl lrd T_.... from HIniiriocllm colored slightly Wednesday The day-care center would lift
win lwH n>l Ind Avt when It was pointed out that i '
nut run twin 4M .mt.A this for part of each day, and '
.I. In .. .. NO. M, from Hi IntirM. four new mail boxes his department
tiM RIO iw "Mm ttrmf to Hi mtorwclkn give a breathing spelL '
wItH NW "3m "Md.A4 had Installed' were. Improperly "In addition to the welfare'I /1'
In Morfhwttt tb _0531. from NIt .
I 1 55r. .c11N :0. N.. N N IN painted."I of the child and the family
"Iotsr.0N.I. will NW 401. T." .... guess most people are like J
..., there Is In Important economic
A I. I* NwtliwMl Mill T.' Iran "
said. 'Horn
me, he "I say ) t
III IntorMCIIM will NW :Ittll Rotd reason for day 5 care centers.
run at fmf ntrt*. for the red white and blue' and
A'". I* NwtkWMl JHIl II..... from HIT It costs the taxpayers about ,
'IrlIrlocllsn will NW WIN "Ioc. N never worry whether I'm saying
$2,000 to keep a retard-
wi' IIW II" Plans. a year
110 "'I.-Ion
it from top to bottom or from ()

asses iil NoiUmirt 141k A tnut. from HiInltntetlon bottom to top." LEGAL NOTICE R
t tz
WISH NW nnd Torrooto TM Unlvtnlly it "' ..Id. will rtctlvibldt rc
lit MttfMCIlM with NW HniAl for thl otnortl clou ot comm :
11- ditim: I 01 Indictttd btiow. Intormtt old- I ,
In NM1w1N Win ttroot. from Hi Debate Atom ,
torrnt iptcltlcttloniPurcknlng '
den only onttln
.... .. Avtnut ,
11. win NW INN 504 .10/5 1..011. by con05011M tilt
run (out* IN rwt Olvlilon. Ream IM Tlaort' ijit'
( Now Vim Tlmoi
ink Turin from
All* Ntrtliwnl .
Hill unlvirilry it Fltrldo
..'.....'Ion wlttl NW 1NN Annwo PARIS President Charles -orldt.
.1 Air I sslbwassf1Nbrat.AVWMH. from HihtVMCllM de Gaulle yesterday asked the 04-MOSS Tuttdty sod lass ttti Iot Skis spats IVory

with NW ink llrtol rw National Assembly to debate 14-Hoioittl lupplloi "but' ootn ovary

4 .1300 In IwlkwMt bet war.Al. Sod Avomw from Ml and approve by Dec. 15 the six- Mondty Liborotory I:mMIN laultmtnt' II::M Dt- \ w

'IntonKtun with. IW Mtk Itrttt run year military program thai t combO t, UMI41S1 4i&s
InlMOtMt.Al. slay Gtntrotnr sod Control lyl- t
IS will establish France Irrevocably torn to N Dtcombtr. I, IH4
A.I. M .lIey _f N NW ISM Taw WILLIDlrtctor [
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it PurchttlniHTM
Laos NIl south 151
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.....D NOTICE OP All tr
/,! Ill Norttwoit Mtk Avuwo from. Mlmtirttetiwi Til Mlrgirof Solo OP SAllTOl tt
with Ntrtk Mtln Strait l Otntrtl OtllvtryBronun jimtt Idwtrd bull
run Witt to ACLR*. Florida' III Ing .... Port CoMty Cvil Zww
t A I In Nwtk Mall Unit., trim HihittratctlM Von .,. ",...by notltltd tr.it tho following Port C.b.....Contl Zoos
will NI Oath Avtnuo ttHi motor vthlclti IM! Corsair 111 fow oro koroby nttltlKl MSS tilt tol. .
mttrwctlon witk NI UMi Av. Id, tMUTVVlMlil will .bo Slid ol public owing/ motor vtklclit toil Corsair 117Mr
nu. ilt ot It A M. o'clock on fht ISttidty IMjwilBjJl will BI Hid ot pub. t
( A-l. /. on _tot doKribto1,. .., com of Novtmbtr 1IM. In btck of cou,' lie Mlo tt II AM. o-clKk on Hit Wh
mtnct (I inn Intirttclttn ot ACLR ...... ...._. Florldl Tho prtcttdlof toy ot _bor. 1H.. it In btck f [
4 NI Mtk Avtnuo run Wnl UMtMt tho mi will .bo ipplltd to tht ptvmtnt court ...... ....-. Plorldo Tkt pro- ,
to NW Ir* biro. of tho cml of ..I.k''.*., Itorlnttnd ttdt ol Hw .... will bo oooiltd to Hituymtnl 11 \ j .-
A-4. In Norttivmt latt llratt., tram III .tottratetmn toll of ttld, moltr vthlclo old tht ot mt coil ol rtltklng Itermg ,
wilk/ NW 4011 Avtnut, run coil publluHM ol nttlct ol toll end ono! Ml* ot Mid mottr vthlcll' mdKt rt
twnilMt. mm to thi ttiiiftetlon of IM btltncidut eoit ol ouMlcttlm ol ntlkt of
A-l. In on toumtnl nVKrtktt. M, commtnco under tho ctntroet ctvtrlnf mitintiKlno. Sail on* Hun to tho iillilKtlon ol tmMIMKO ,
nt "'>. mttritction ot on ol of Hidmotor vthki. Amturpiui / duo vndor mt conlroct cnvor
toy lying sass ol NW Ml 1tr.o504 will bt Mid" to you. ind youwill. ng tho flnonclng tl told motor vthlclltny 7t
NW 4iu Avtmit IhIll,. run Ml hot rtmiln llthlt tar ony boltnc r* turpiut will bo ""Id to you sold
1 mtlnlno unpold undtr Mid contrtctDottd fou will Sly btltnctwmtlnlng \7J
A.\-t.\: ".. Annw, from HiIntoratetltn this Vd day. of Mtvimbor, 00MI4llollr.51 controcnDittd J
with NW ISSN Ttrrtctrun mil ot Ntvtmbtr, Ift4 ,:
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wlrk Mtk Pitct, run
ntrtti lOOIottA1 :.W. Christmas
In Ntrtkwnf from HiInlontctlM ClUbb
wim NW Jlit Avtnuo.c'1
111 tnttrnctlM with NW lilt
.-.. In Ntrtliwiil. Uml pot.... from HiIntonoctlm t
will NW Hit Itrttt to t
lit MttroKtltn wltk NW Ittn .,..... I f
I. Till totnl ..11........ coil of Itilt proh rr
oct it u.ojo.ooooo mtiuaint too too oorointnct > I
proltct culrt for In. ttlOrolntnco I

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nropirty fronting Ihtrton M 1 Check Is In The MailAnd

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lyiltm mill M ptK Np lh. CIt* ol
Oolnnvlllo tnm Hit funds provloM torhi
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bo ovolitbio for iris

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sods, OrdInMd NI. 1051, TM 1
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lots Sold 5045 sd51nln0 aid 506115 55N isn't she glad she joined our 1964Christmas
K Mu"1 5r 1OUlllns M Duchslrsstl.

101' ttnlltrv allayL inwor N ltniltni 5000505011. fro 5h.rd11 conotructoo uses Space-Age \ .',1 1 ; : : i .fcl t tI

:or sod wbloct wnlck to trt bo m not.t4 ortiontlytmtd by on'' Solid State Circuitry Club' Now, she'll have the extra cash she needs

....IInt oonltory ttwor 155. in.d 554.51r11M '
by fie City 01 .1.1110 Sd.1 .KO TUBES !
led s50flpuws" IN lOON ISIS 004 .. 4

toE::' 1. It It twraby dotormlnod Slot I 9G to ,be a generous Santa. and meet year-end eXfix( \, H
Sod ipiclol .ptr front I .' I
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toot are ..: Mil po- w E M
..11.. btnoflf to bt lorlvtd trim ttwconilnKlmi i' r
.l Hid ....".,, itwtr onItntiino I too. Look for Christmas Club check r
by otck M or ptrnl of londoubK ri penses your : \ '.
| to onoomonl. sod Ills 011115, \ .. .
dim Ml txiM Iho tmtunl o. tuck bin. .nI1t':

alit_,.sad.. otcrt onoimini It It lot ktrtMr or ..dKlortd ptr.11.ol bo ot Ihlt modiootlntl londubltct 0 : it's in the mail now. Why don't you look ., ;rrq. I,

to otwnmml M _I. H I
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dtttrmlntd rainln or ibutlln* Sod* Wilt OT cwliouwi ony III Ion to tho Sod or Until Imdl boundln, .IIItyt. **- 1 1 c :,Q.i; : ahead to Christmas 1965 and join our Christmas > t

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to Sold ttnlwry tmn ort tonrtrucltd II
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IM/ forMcui toalK-ot wintry tuch wwor toil or lino Imdo or ready to give, with no budget strain! : F .

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Psychology: Gators Wrap Up Major

Iii Really, HowImportant + Preparations for FSUFlorida

mlit ? irtJ .

2pL How ,important Is pre-game psychology In a major college 4 w +
football game? Suwannee Title
Beta the Florida-Alabama contest at Tuscaloosa, a group k 'Ready'
ot touring Florida writers sat down to discuss the situation.

It came up because the Tide dressing room prominently dis- .
played a story written by a Miami writer which quoted UF As Gin BeBy

coach Ray Graves as saying Florida would beat the Crimson On Line

*because. the Gators would have heavenly guidance on JOE RALBERSTEIN Friday)

their side.Actually. Sun Sports Editor
Graves, with the known background In his familyhis .
L ( father is a preacher), never put it that way at all, Ready or not, Florida's Ga Cross City and Lake Butler'
other scribes who attended the post-South Carolina game con- tors wind up two weeks of prep- battle for the champiomh I p

ference will attest It was a misinterpretation of tome humor aratlons today for Saturday'sgrid Friday night to highlight this

ous byplay going on at the time. This scribe wasn't presentbut Y tussle with rival Florida week' football action in the litiffliNovember

he will accept the word of about a half-dozen others State University in Tallahassee Suwannee Conference. I

Cross City was the winner of
who were.
The word Is simple: The Ga
Anyhow, the Sunshine State scribblers hashed it over care tors are ready. the Southern Division with a
fully. How much "up" can a team get from reading something 4-0-1 record, and Lake Butler'

it considers derogatory? Coach Ray Graves plans the copped the Northern Division

Probably the best answer came from Tom McEwen, Tampa normal Thursday review session with a S-0 mark. I
Tribune sports editor to close out an intensive The Bean will bank on the

"Oh," he said, "It might meat 'something for the first two. four days of work this week for bullish running of 190 pound
the Semlnoles. fullback Randy Corbin and
halfback Jerry Karr In Its bid Thursday, 19, 1964
Friday the Caters will go to for an undefeated season Their

Foot ForwardGator Perry where they will remain I overall mark: Is 101. I

overnight going on to Tallaha"l The Tigers will counter with
t 1 see prior to gametime. all around quarterback ace

place-kick holder Allen Trammel right I.Jimmy Thomas, a threat bothon
brushes off kicking shoe of field goal specialist' FSU Upset the ground and In the lir.He'n North Marion can finish the prowess of halfback Jimmy
season with a fine record Slaughter and the dcfenilv
Bob Florida U for effort *
Lyle. ready three-point The super charged atmosphere be supported by Bob Lyons .
with a win over minded play of Grady Jones and Cliff
Saturday against Florida State if it take such a that surrounds the titanic and Tommy Thomas at the
to win the Sun Eddie Dunnellon Friday night at the Mikell. Danny Wilson also
maneuver game. ( photo by contest grown in seven short halfbacks and hard charging "
Colt's homeoomln,. shines both .
that get down to the real Davia). years to one of the big gamesIn Harold Griner at fullback. ways.Ntwberry
plays of the After they'll
game. The halfback duo of' Danny
the South, has gotten a new Important Tilt will have Its hands
business. aren't boost that has the Gators amil- In conference Sandlin and Robert Stone have full when it travels to Greenville
State's Seminoles an Important
K Florida
He's undoubtedly right. TO PLAY PERRY AGAIN rushed for a combined total of
Friday night Halfbacks
"up" to the hilt for Florida Saturday,*with aO that rides \ing.The tilt tonight: Williston travelsto almost 2,000 yards and will be
Harry Holder and Jerry Harris
and Gold if FSU' isn't as Chiefland for a season endIng -
the the Garnet
on game lame slogan "Never, called on to take charge Fullback will lead the Panthers In
ready as it ever win be, if Coach Bill Peterson has to encompass FSU Never," apparently has feud. Don Smith also chip In of
quest victory
Never Blue Wave Gets The Red Devils will bank on .
the Gators' slogan "Never
pre-game with the
cut deep Into the skins of the power plays
has to be that the the running and passing of Bronson meets Cedar Key In'
as the "piece de resistance, the guess Seminoles from head coach Bill Coach Stan Toole's biggestworry' .
quarterback Doug Mitch n, an Important six man River-
Seminoles might still\ be a bit uncertain. Peterson on down Is stopping the strong
"I'd rather think FSU needs no encouragement. at all, let while Chiefland will call on Dunnellon passing attack land Conference clash and.
alone a Gator slogan.That Pine Tree Game Peterson said today that two swift backs Lee Mais, Ted Key Melrose tetta Plerson.
word one never should use are and Wendell Corbin for Its Nip and Turk Bronson can sew up the loop

First UF-FSV Game "N.ver and always." The Ga ground work.WIIlI.ton Trenton goes to Mayo Friday title with a victory Friday, but

of the aeries. Tom Nugent PERRY P. K. Yong of be Invited again to the Pine,ton, accustomed to being needled takes 1-2-1 record night' In what should be a nip a loss would throw It late a'
IJmember the first game DeLand only a few Gainesville will play Taylor Co. Tree BowL We've come along unmercifully by taunts from Into the clash while Chlefland and tuck affair The Tiger! three way tie with Cedar Key;
then Seminole coach, made a speech at ; la only a step behind at *-S will bank on OIl offensive and Hawthorne.
Pin Tallahassee
days before the game. He had been sticking barbs Into the of Perry In the annual strong In recent weeks. Our offense are saying nothing -
mile-a-mlnutc [Tree Bowl game here. next has Improved with Steve Halfback :
hide of then Gator coach Bob Woodruff at a Jack Harper's ailing -
rate previously. He outdid himself at DeLand.If Wednesday, Nov. 25. Tuttle at quarterback and our knee has continued to
abort It will be a rematch el lAstyear' ,defense has taken hold." 9th Amateur Horse Show
memory serves, he eat loose with something when the strengthen as a result of daily
tickets for the game. FSU had been poorly treated etc. exciting game PKY has bowed to Macclen running In the drills. He appears
(It tamed wit later that tb. Semites did not sell an *f Blue Wave came within secondsof ny, Eau Galll and North MarIon near full speed. His presence I
favored Bull-
their original Pose) allotment and had .. return some? (They upsetting the and tied Fernandina. The especially for kickoff and

don't return any lately though). dogs before has losing 7-2, 1 record-7. and Wave has beaten Orange Park,'punt returns, should put added May Attract 300 Entries

SUII."you' know what got the Gators fired up, finally, to Perry a Lake Jacksonville Bolles, Admiral 1: lip In the Gators' scoring potential ,
finishes out against City
play a football game? It was Bobby Reim's long kickoff re- I Farragut of St Pete, Florida I
turn and the quick FSU touchdown that followed. It was FSU friday night close p, K. Yonge Is S-|'High of Tallahassee and Green The Gators' lone casualty forth Final preparations for the tmik* the local show on* of the Ticket prices are II and bos"
and will out
3-1 against
7, Florida 0, on the Scoreboard that did It Nothing else. Santa Fe Friday. The Blue,Cove Springs. game will be lineback I ninth annual Gainesville Amateur largest amateur fields In the[seat. are $10 for five nests per,,

Football games are won by better blocking better tackling, Wave has an outside chance to' Perry has beaten Florida er Jack: Card. Hors Show are expected South. performance.

better running better pass catching, fewer penalties, fewermistakes win the Keystone Conference title High, Montlcello, New Smyrna to be completed by Friday for

.and maybe a key "break" somewhere along the needing a victory: over the Beach, Live Oak, Cairo Ga, Defense Important an outstanding weekend event,:
llneT Madison and Rickards of Tallahassee. Lu Hlndery, program chairman '
Rebels while Macclenny. co- Although the Gator have GElS Slates
How does that old saw go. "Sticks and atones may break leader at present with Santa Fe, Losses have been to worked behind closed gates an [ said today Cage

my bones, but names will never. ," loses to Orange Park Quincy and Pensacola Tat*. entire week If* no secret that A Urge field of entries and

That's pretty true in football, too. Coach Mike Gutierrez a a Id Came time la I p.m. next defense has come in for a major I[many top hones are assured

today that PKY "Is pleased to Wednesday. shire of the planning. The for the program.
the Run Program TonightGainesville
Caught on Seminoles I can move the ball I
First show will start at 10
and they hiv shown a tendency
First All-America team is out Newspaper Enterprises
selected Seminoles' Fred BUetnlkoff to Its No. 1 offensive PKY's Hansen to score points by Ih a m. Saturday In the A and Brln. High School: win are Interested In the sport an
There will be 1
unit Gators Charles Casey to second team, UF' Lar- "bushel and a peck' method. pm. have a basketball parent I welcome to attend Refresh
in the A ring Saturday
ry Dupree and FSU's Steve Tensl to honorable mention. On Craves firmly believes the defenses performance night program at 7.30: tonightat menu will b* nerved
J JI the first team with Bileuukoff are Georgia's .Jim Wilson AI.bama' of both team will turn and a 2 p m. show In the the &ym.eolch .
B ring. On Sunday, (there Is a

I defensive. Wayne team Freeman are LSU's, tackle Reml and Prudhomme guard ,respectively.tackle; Tucker On Chosen Best' Back the a expected taut low offensive. scoring show battle.Into 10 a,m. program in the B ring John Raprr of the Hell Play;
the A Hurricanes said Tom Love
and a I show In will
\ p.m.
FSU will close
Frederickson, Auburn, safetyman; and Steve DeLong, Tennessee out It* practice ring. dlacuss new basketball rule I Cage GnnicBELLD.I1
today with a session to improve
guard. Fullback Tom Hansen ran In a P. K. Yonge football and officiating procedures: in
Julian C. Thompson father of injured Gator lineman John lover lances tlmln,. Peterson said the SemInoles Judges for Hit event are general. > High, school entertains
and son-in-law of Grandmother Katherine Bayer who has around through have put In a few new Lelf Crlckson: Jumpers; Bob Plmtta lien Friday

written lately of her admiration for the Gators dropped a Cove Springs last Friday night The 173-pound senior ground,running patterns for the Gators. Jenkins, English classes; and Th 'Cane vanity will present night In Its second lame of the
note to Identify his son, too. Many thanks. In one of his finest perform- out 180 yards In 14 carries and Then la a threat of rain for Judl Becker, Western classes drill used In practices a* basketball Niion.BU .
scored two touchdowns as PKY Saturday's contest and FSU I well
i as offensive and defensive 144
romped over the Class A invaders plans to be ready for a wet or All the classes shown at the pattern, to the dropped P.K. I decision
%7-41. dry field. spring show hen In March: will Yong B squid In I

( Add Sturgeon to List Hansen'a outandmg performance Two events, among scores be In action this weekend Hln-, AH parent of GHS caters Its The Initial game Thursday Ilahl'I I
said. AO hunter and and whose sons will varsity clash begins at Sp.m.
earned him the "Back of planned for the gala weekend dory Jumper 1 parent .
I Ii the Week" award by the Sun. I Tallahasae. will tie m with the classes will be run accordIng try out for basketball or_ who with 1C at a 7 B o'clock squad UU preceding

TooBy Hansen crossed the goal line football ,ame. Friday nightther I to the specification of the Bell ilso will III action Sat ,
Picks Seminoles
He on runs of 17 and 17 yards and will be the football sing [Florida Hunters and JumperAssociation. Two Glove urday night when It trawls to I
also played his usual standout featuring combined male choruses Le, Da.
game-on defense. from the UF and FSU on fto entries Pedro'' I II
Hindery said were ST. LOUIS (AP) -
KELSO STURGEON [tee SlotIt'. been one of th* tense Isn't In top flight form
I 1 the Seminole And SaU
Gaining s a mention campu
received by the Mo*. < deadline Small Turnout
Associated Preen Sports Writer I hottest rivalries In the South I they're to trouble. were North Marlon halfback urday morning, starting at 11 but that another 150 are Xpert- Gonxadi hat two gloves. He I

ATLANTA (AP-ThIs Is the lever since.This I It's a gate of a good defense Danny Sandlin Starke hllfbackElder. o'clock the annual barbeque I 11 led this weekend since post entries use one for playing third base, IT. LOUIS (AP) Only

week of the upset in battle of the old weather- and a weak: offense meeting a Dwight Chiefland halfback set at Tully Gym on the FSU are being accepted. A shortstop and second bait, And :30.105 fan saw the first game

ern Conference Southea.t.1 worn beer keg is marked with I team with a good offense and Lee Mills and P. K. Yongequarterback ctmpus., __ turnout of 100 entries would I the other he wee for playing I of the World *rrle* hit y ear.
your past two outstanding characteristics': a weak defense. It should prove Steve Tuttle. F first bit, It w.. the smill *t opening
out the window and hang on to' bad weather and upsets exciting and I'm going with the] Sandlin seas the offensive gun I r day attendance sine IBo when
your hats. I I team that can score: the final, for North Mambo In a KM victory "H.'U be around for a long :3o,7$ turned out for DM Yankee
feature on the program The thinking her is that Kentucky In an upset: Kentucky 7, Tennessee *
The I I I ever a rugged WIDlston Urn, say Hector Lopn. Ills!I Philadelphia opener at Shlb
and Tennessee can move the on anybody 1.Another. I
matches Kentucky eleven. The ITS pound senior Yankee room*!* for tilt World Park hi Philadelphia. In the
at Knoxville In a gridiron,'I while the Tennessee offense key game pain Florida dashed for touchdown ran* of sloth game of the 1W writ b*.
back to 1893 has been limited by tnconIsistency. and Florida State to a Srls games In St. Louis "H'sa
battle that dates young 71 and two yards and also scored tweet |the Yankees and Dodgwist
when the Wildcats beat Tenet!I If the Volunteers' of- but heated series. A few facts an extra point good boy and always ready to I Ebbtla Field to Brooklyn/

to ponder about this one: State jump Into any Infield position." only J0.037 showed up.
1 has never beaten Florida and Bright Spot 1

For top-quality vegetables. .-. the game Is being played at the I Elder was the bright spot) offensively .t I
friendly Florida State campusfor for Starke a* he consistently '

the first Urn to history. ground out yardage
KILL The Gators are still a good against Lake City His longest i;

team despite tosses to Alabamaand [run was a JJ yard maneuver s Is : SII HrI
Georgia and can be expected -,that set up the Tornadoes' first )1 I ._oil )

WORMS, to give the FSU passing touchdown.: .

I [game its biggest test.of the I I Mills provided the broken-

S' LOOPERS season It wouldn't surpris me, field running for Chiefland as he
however, if State tried to "" led the Indians to a 44-T romp

APHIDS th* game *n tile ground 'I lever Jennings He sped at yard

| A trip to the Gator Bowl got,I!for on* touchdown and then
to the winner! of this on*. The raced 12 yard for another
with new final in another npset: Florida' Tuttle played an excellent

Slat 14. Florida .. I supporting role .to Hamen in P. t KENTUCKYGENTLEMAN

[ Titian hasat beatea Louisiana K. Yonge'a smpmsiv victory

Phosdrin- Slat since 141 .to th* tra-|Tb senior quarterback guided

ditional battle of totrt-ctat rival the team flawlessly and picked
... *, but tilt Greed Wave look,up 72 yard in II rushes. 'NTUCKY rRtcdCTalE

t a pro tI vIP I lie yawn ebee you amp .... like It's hi much better condition On the hooorabl oxnucej Bat r //M ew M
Pass t_waver vs sabbaa. lo oI'I"o' aphids ud odw texas.. .to make a fight W It than were Croat city fullback Randy M 1-- ..u
w..cet tilt PMJna1! la the putLouisiana Corbin and halfback .Jerry .T Y..er b]
kills '.. kiosk BBoenr Pry eaJ G'OI'I r eerwt4,: State I II a better Karr, Stark quarterback Don aaa;.., i. ..raC

PIIoednII k0c og ..d ...... AM Jell cae r Uaa, I* bowl bound and will Falcon.: Lake Butler fullback, -- a '.... Nm.aa
W1IbiII a sir dfoMoou' .t w-I--- ..... be much closer than most people \Harold Crintr North Marlon Wtekl.--- w ee. Nern.
I\GldrilIO -. r .. ne. Th final: LSUli. halfback Room Stone and WlIMoa to.t.. laIn II sews N
.. f or best ,. .
Do bar'diess ... .... foliweses, shop TiOsneT.VandetMt. quarterback: Doug JIb UII. N ,_ ,

Doe pIIIbII' w4tb'Jf,bSdI. sad elr ........,. lent ettg I tile eft. Local Show VUaa w .vww-w so a..wNp-. .Nr.aewe rw
q5= .w'I acid se asst-,. world afire W. ._ but the
I+aaar ss ..,. Commodores have show sign ldor.* head south for a dale with feather Red owned by Charlotte Wright win lie tan wow trwwre..o

of heeding bert t* the top. Th Miami The Hurrie a a s have OM *f the fin. b...* I. the Galsteille
The IGlcore Seed Conipijtl'lyDivision lea at Tulan HIM pert week ever boat** Vanderbilt and 1 Hone Spew IhU. wtknuf. ftwaa ...'.

of .J.t1f1II Sand CoanpanyAlechue. waa kisuBing and hurt Vsndy'i [like the Commodores at as IP' rid th* aalaaat. Mina Wright jullfUdl A.at'lII'l
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IS Galn.nill.5I1n Thursday, November 19, 1964

Princeton'slacavazziIs BIG FULLBACK ADMITS: :MISTAKES ;1 .-

Orioles' Robinson Is I

I Bills Give Cookie Another Chance 0

Most Valuable in AL Back of Week ..
before Saban relent
By MARVIN R. PIKE conference, released a statement against the Boston Patriots Sun I I Shortly 4
PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) Itl Associated Press Writer I In which he said he would day, when the Bills suffered I GilchrIst appeared .headed .In
By CORDON BEARD I The only player named on all fielding for the fifth straight doesn't quite have the ring of BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) give Gllchrist another cnance. their first loss of the season after the Oakland Raiders One. 1
Associated Press Sports Writer I ballots, Robinson drew It first year. And to go with his spectacular -,Hobey Baker or Dick Kazmalcr Cookie Gilchrist, fired Tuesday Because Cookie has asked nine victories.In three ..AFL teams that cldlftj <
BALTIMORE (AP) Brooks place volts The other two went glove work, he led the from his the would have
but the name of Cosmo lacavazzi $30,000 Job as fullback forgiveness of his" teammates him. It cost; 11
Robinson, who was told as a to Mickey Mantle, who sparkedthe league with 118 runs batted In, Is being readied for a prominent for the American Football and admitted to me he that game, Gilchrist gained Raiders $100, the waiver pric \
youth he had a questionable future New York Yankees' late finished second In hitting with a place alongside those other League'i Buffalo Bills, was hat been 100 per cent wrong In only 31 yards and was not as and they would have had to al.
In baseball\, Is the American drive to another pennant. Man- .317 mark, an dslugged 28 home- Princeton football heroes.As back on the payroll today after incidents leading to his dismissal effective blocking for his passIng sorb his $30,000 contract
League's Most Valuable tle finished with 171 points. A ers. he to wind his admitting be bad .been a bad I have reconsidered and quarterback, Jack Kemp, ash
Player for 1964. first-place vote was worth 14 "I felt that I had a pretty prepares up will give him an opportunity to bad been In the Bills previous !
"This Is the most wonderful points, with I for second, 8 for good chance but I never thoughtI'd against collegiate Cornell career, the Saturday S-foot-11, boy.He was placed on the waiver prove that he Is part of the Buffalo games. also
thing that ever happened tome third, etc.Elolon win," Robinson said. "Thisis 200-pound Tiger fullback holds list two days ago because, Bills team." .
," Robinson said Wednesday I Howard of the Yanks an award every player would the Princeton career and one- Coach Lou Saban tad, Gil- Gilchrist, the AFL'i leadingroundgainer '
night after his landslide victorywas last year's winner finished I like to win but few ever do." season touchdown marks of 30 Christ's behavior bad been Injurious { will be at practice -
announced. I third with 124 points. Rookie I As a high school student In and 14 respectively and the Ivy to the morale of the Bills. today, Saban said.
The Baltimore third baseman, batting champ: Tony Oliva of Little Rock, Ark., 10 years ago, League record of 27. He is tied He has been In trouble with Buffalo The 10-year veteran of professional -
whose heroics almost carriedthe Minnesota was fourth with 90 Brooks had doubts about his with the legendary Baker for police, missed some practice football, hi his third sea
Orioles to a pennant, drew followed by pitcher Dean I baseball future. most Princeton career points sessions and reportedly violated son with the Eastern Division- s.o
269 of a possible 280 points In Chance of Lot Angeles, the Cy (180)) and needs 49 yards to curfew rules. j leading Bills, wore a grey suit
the voting by a special 20-man Young award winner with (7 Weak Arm eras Kazmaler's one-s e a s o n But Wednesday night, the 29-,and heavy-rimmed glasses as
committee of the Baseball Writ-- Robinson, 27, topped Amerl '"I was told by various scouts rushing mark of S61 yards. year-old, 250-pound line-smash' he told reporters he had "criti '
ers Association of America.Palmer's. can League. _third_basemen I In and coaches that my arm was But another game like the one er stood before newsmen and'cized my teammates and my
not good enough and that I,against Yale last Saturday said he had told Saban and his coaching staff-unjustly." 1
couldn't run fast enough," RobInson would be sufficient. In that one, teammates earlier he was "tru "I am sorry,"he said. O
Caddy recalled. "But I wanted to acavazzl[ carried 20. times for ly ashamed" for the things "I He said he had asked his .aIt
I i play. 18$ yards, the most ever gained I have said and done." teammates! to give him another
I As an year-old, Brooks by a Princeton player In an Ivy Saban, absent from the news chance because "I feel I had let
played (5 games of Class B ball League game, and scored: on them down"He
Is Thrilled YouthBy in 1955 and then made his major runs of 39 and 47 yards to! nlng back In the country., beyond did not mention his play
league debut. He made several break open a close: game and I shadow of a doubt,' said
more trips to the minors, but give the undefeated Tigers the Tiger Coach Dick Colman. "HeIs IRONWOODGOLF
BEN THOMAS Niklau from overhauling him, appeared In games with the Orioles Ivy League championship. That a terrific competitor both on CLUB
Associated Press Sports WriterLAFAYE'rI'E in this )lear'. dollar derby. every year thereafter. He performance made him the Associated offense and defense. He's a AXXMCAI HOST ;
Palmer didn't get fanny bchance. quickly became the darling of Press' Back of the treat fullback and I'll\ match OPENING NOV. 28rh ,
La. (AP) y the fans and sort of Week."I him in the N.W. 39th An.I K AKXT) 10UMOI
Danny's father, Luci 1 grew up against anyone country .. ,
Danny Barbato Is the envy of Barbato, host pro at the Oak. with the new franchise. think he Is the finest run- I Mitib ihi' Aviihbla a
kid In
every golf-conscious bourne Country Club here, assigned -
,America. The 15-year-old
I the to the Job. ;
youngster Is caddying for Arnold ,
Palmer as the Golden Boy 'He's been 10 thrilled he can
of golf lets out to defend his hardly sleep," said Luca. IiiQ
1964 money championship In Palmer and Nlcklaus set the
today's opening round of the stage for their battle in the pro-

Cajun"Be Classic.ready to go at seven! am.Each fired five-under-par 17s EK Ate to Seruice [ ,

sharp," Palmer told Danny over the. rolling, wellmanicuredcourse. ONE w e LJ

Wednesday after finishing the shared honors for low

pro-am Cajun Classic-final tune-up for the tourney$25,000 on score Gardner They with Dickinson four other Jr.,pros Buster- Otrill LY ,r pUAIITT CHRRGE IT I Take months to Pay JP

the PGA trail this year. Cupit, Ken Still and Randy Clo 11510901

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Thunder, November 19, .U Gainesville, Sun_ 1TMK& _

f r e. Injured ,AAU RefusesTo Tulane Fullback r

Give In

Cager To ThreatsNEW Out of LSU Game BIG

a. YORK (AP) The By mE ASSOCIATED PRESS afford 10 live them any pass In-
IAt Amateur Athletic Union, refusIng Tulane wu d.ai' another tercepUona lit tumble." ORANGEMEANS
>t Title Clash BetterOKLAHOMA to "bow to .. any threat," crushing blow from !lie Injury Tennessee mapped plane for r'T
bfti has struck back at the National jinx Wednesday when IIIpho- trying to atop ICentucky' Roger
HereThe Collegiate Athletic Association more fullback Mike FIndley was Bird. Coach Doug Dickey IIId
is Finally CITY (AP) in the renewal of the war for ruled out for the lame with his Vole also need to do "more
ail Bob Swaffar was a little dint, control of track and field in the powerful rival Louisiana Slate on passing and pall defense be-
but managed to walk under his United States. Saturday, cause we don't have quite as
own steam to the therapy room The AAU, contending it has Findly a l1f..pouoder.! sub much lip IS I'd like to see."
Ie Suwannee Conference championship, an undefeated season for the first time Wednesday the sole right to sanction open feted an Injury In Monday Rain shortened practices at
and the area's finest record all win be on the Hot since his right arm was surg- meets, called tile latest NCAA nlghl" practice. X rays Kentucky and Alabama drills,
Friday night when Cross City and Lake Butler clash. cally rejoined NOT. I action "an unnecessary and unwarranted -sealed that the third. lumbar but the Wildcats managed to
And the 20-year-old Oklahoma vertebra was Injured ret In their last heavy pr.cUce. ,
The long-awaited battle finally is here and it shapes up boycott"Col.
State University basketball Junior I In the past two weeks, we Alabama went inside to hear a
all the around. Don Hun ,
as a tossup way executive
had some good news waitingfor have bad three fine running scouting report after coach Paul ICAEI
Cross City Is the Suwannee Southern Division champ witha director of the athletic body,
him when he got back to his backs and several Jlnflllen In- lryant'l announcement that tile i
44-1 record and Lake Butler Is the Northern winner with Issued a statement Wednesday "
room at University HospitaL\ lured, coach Tommy O'Boyll Crimson Tide Is "In fairly good
a M slate. Athletic Director Henry Iba the NCAA announced a said. 'We can't afford 10 lose shape." I @

Overall the Bears own an W-l record, and t the Tigers was waiting to tell him that rule member banning athletes at its (20 anyone else for this lame." Georgia' Bulldogs loosened

art only a notch behind at 1-1. physicians at the hospital are to in schools from competing I Uti stressed passing and up briefly! after \wooday lay-
It also sboild be a personal duel lletwete Cress City's decide Friday when Swaffa open meets not sanctioned punting while coach Charles off.
hard-running fullback Randy Corbla. and Lake Butler quarter will be allowed to transfer to the by the U.S. Track and McClendon cautioned his squad Vanderbilt concentrated 0 n
back Thomas. Field Federation (USTFF). about Tulane'l defense line
Jimmy Oklahoma State. infirmary alSWlwater. goal offense and defense.
Both have- been instrumental In their teams' success all The NCAA backs the USTFF, 'They have already Intercept- Auburn worked out In shorts
season and have rolled up Impressive statistics. ..Jill definitely be by next which hopes to replace the AAUas ed U passes this season," he after a two-day resL The Tigers
It should be an offensive donnybrook with Corbln and halfback week" Iba said. the American representative said "and Tulane halfback Jim went through both offensive and @
Jerry Karr leading the Bears against Thomas and fullback Swaffar,Is a one-year varsity 10 the powerful International Davis leads the Southeastern defensive piano for the game
. Harold Griner. letterman at Oklahoma Slate Amateur Athletic Federation j Conference with five. w. can't with undefeated AI.bama.

It's a tough one to pick but I'm going with Cross City md was In line for starting cetcr -

20, Lake Butler U. when his arm was torn off ON HIS 50TH BIRTHDAY
between the elbow and shoulder
-Back in Action
in a fast-spinning water-extrac

Gainesville gets back Into action Friday night after a week's dorm tor machine laundry the at night the of athletic No,. Joe DiMaggio Honored VODKA i U
layoff by travelling to Ocala to test the winless Wildcats. L

The Hurricanes have come on strong by winning their last Swaffar has been undergoing

two games from Orlando Boons and Daytona Mainland anddon't therapy on the arm for 10 day SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Joe The former New York Yankee Sportscaster\ \ Mel Allen was the
appear to be stopping. and doctors say circulation has DiMaggio shook hands with great posed repeatedly with master-of-ceremonies. MIXES
CHS has gone through the most ranged part ef Its been good in the reimplantedpart nearly every one of the 1,500wrsons I Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays.Mays The celebration
gala took
schedule and survived with 4-1 It's time fora
a record. Now, EASY.
and there la who hotel ..
of the arm no jammed a played his first season place about one mile from Fish
little fun.Quarterback sign of Infection, still the grea ballroom Wednesday night to with the then New York GiantsIn erman's Wharf, where DIMaglo's rID
Jackie Eckdahl halfbacks Al Giffin and Brian
honor the Yankee
est danger. Clipper before 1951. the year DiMaggio was
Hipp and fullback Eugene Branch should have a field day. In a few months, Swaffar will his 50th birthday. ending his playing days across father to worked from daybreak JUST ADD
past sunset In the
Only problem Is adjusting to the single wing offense employed -
undergo further surgery torealignment "I've never seen anything like the Harlem River. boats. Now his next-to-youngeat
by the dismal Ocalans. of the levered:' It i," said DiMaggio, who reachesthe PEOPLE
The four brothers offspring, Joe be
Let's uy CHS 27, Ocala .. DiMaggio plans to a
Until be haveno mark .
nerves. then will half-century No* 25. were the group to catch atten director of Fisherman's Bank,

-Another Big OneP. way knowing to what extent 'hours He posed for pictures for two Lion Three of them -Joe, Dom which will be located on the teas It, .*. Hi. per U,
he of the the .
can regain,use delaying progr.m.The and Vince -'were professional wharf near where his father sand,IN.....,1IiIIIIII err isaY
K Yonge, riding high with a three-game whining streak, arm. crush of the guests also baseball players and major lea- struggled I to make a living from &
Intends\ to resume helped postpone dinner.
goes to Santa Fe Friday night in another of the Area's iuers. The oldest Tim was a the sea.
on his missed classes
top clashes. top semipro third baseman In
Santa Fe knocked off previously undefeated Lake Butler when he is. taken to the college Parilli Gets 'San Francisco, but he had to

last week to shove its record to 7-2. The only losses have infirmary."I I help his father man the fishing '
been to Class A teams, Starke and Macd enny, by one touchdown won't be able to catch upon boats. to feed the nine DiMaggio FREE !
each. all the classes, I'm sure. But Honor in AFLNEW children
1 think 111 be able to salvage a
PKY has trimmed Admiral Farragut Florida High and ** The celebrities In the Shera
couple of
Green Cove Springs In its last three outings to up the recordto I ,YORK (AP) Babe ton-Palace main ballroom cam [6
531.Since: Parllll.. UM M-v* u>M Sweet", from coast to coast and represented
Steve Tattle took ever at quarterback the Blue Wave) Cornliuskers Kentucky Babe'of the Boston every sport., FREE!'

offense has started to JeO. Fallback Tom Hansen has keptup Still Best In Patriots, wrecked the Buffalo Almost all were famous men,
his standout play to make a strong 1-1 poach. Bills' nine-gam winning streak but noticed in the crowd were
But the Santa Fe defense has been terrific all season, Total DefenseNEW and became The Associated Former Yankee owner Del
stopping such .able opponents as Madison and Lake But Press' Player of the Week In Webb, and San Francisco Giant I 'I r

ler.Doyle YORK (AP) Unde- tile American Football League top, man Horace Stoneham., !
Sikes and Mac Crawford should put the punch In the feated Nebraska continues to Parilli and his pass-catching FREE u1
Rebel backfield with their hard and
running.The lead the nation's major collegesIn kicking end Gino Cappel- FOR EXPERT
line play should be outstanding, with Santa F.', Sikes. total defense today. But the letti teamed up on the Bills. I
who plays tackle on defense, and Frank Taylor battling PKY'f Cornhuskers' margin is its slim The Babe hit with five touchdown TREE SURGERYCALL TURKEY A DAY
Steve Twedell and V. G.Hodsdon.It mest in the past four weeks. passes, completing II of i
could go either way but I'm taking Santa Fs in a This was disclosed In the latest .. 35 for 240 yards, In the Pats' 36-
21 that the Eastern
rough-and-\ijmbIl7-tame. victory kept
football statistics! compiled FR 6.2661
SCANNING THE FIELD Starke 33, Green Cove Springs 0; by the NCAA Service Burea Division race alive. ASK ATTINOANTrOS. PITAIll

Chlefland 19. WUIiston 14: Lincoln 14, Jacksonville Douglas Nebraska has yielded an average Gino caught four passes, three Pn.i"T.=j., LAST WIIK'S 7 WINNERS
Anderson I; Greenville 13, Newberry 7; Trenton If, Mayo of 152.4 yards to Auburn for touchdowns, and grabbed awopolnt C..ur a_!.eDDeiN.d.e lit MM .. NATIONWIDE
13: Hastings 20, Keystone Heights 7; North Marton V, Du 155.'. The Cornhuskers must conversion pass from Wsek 'T_ H. J. HillS 4hhi.i. .. QUIMN
nellon 13; Bronson 3t, Cedar Key 20; and Melrose 24, Pier limit Oklahoma to no more than Parilli that put Boston out front I_...1 14 ,.... Jth ,,,.. COLLEGE GRID
son 7.Last... H yards this Saturday to 2t-2t in the last period. Cappel- Teo.yl.sWsSr.vi.e V. W. IBOT K. M. IAU'G
stay lettl also kicked four ... ..... .. COVERAGIAMERICAN
week six conversions Ok PA >
produced a dismal record of wins, five loss to front C.NbyLOIlDA
I him total of Jim SUOGS LSI THOMPSON
giving a 122
es and one tie. That makes the season mark 71-2M for Florida continues to lead In 't' PriMt IINNV IIOWNIN4
for the
points season.
an even .700 percentage. forward pass defense with a 52.0 .
Parilli. formerly with the COMI IN AND Sll US .
HERE AND THERE Chlefland win have Its first annual yards a game percentage. The
Watermelon Bowl this season .CROSS CITY fullback Ran Gators' neared challenger I Is Cleveland Browns Green Bay .If0NrI0C. SERVICE
Packers, Ottawa Riders
dy Corbin and North Marlon halfback Danny Sandlln both Kent State with 451. Then Rough IMPERIAL AND
and Oakland Raiders set
a career
have rushed for more than 1,000 yards this season with one cornel Boston College with I7.L STATION NATIONAL PRO
with total of
game remaining .NORTH MARION Is still looking aroundfor Notre Dame, the top-rank high a season a rnLM 4107 N. W. I Irk >.
%2 TD I
a bowl game after turning down invitations from both team in The Associated Press passes LEAGUE STORIIS
the Sunshine In Ocala and Citrus Inverness. poll, la also at the head of the

lass In rushing defense with a .
63.3 yard ;1
Celtics average. II
Royals Victors

By 'Cashing Free Throws ST. LOUIS AP) Whitey HOT-NEW DODGE COVIRAGI by
Ford. whoM 10 victories- are JOHN, CLINOINDON'

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA the Philadelphia Wen 124-111 In the most ever won by a Work GLENN, LANIY
couple of Dead.Eye Dicks the other scheduled NBA I.me. tries pitcher came Into the JIM KILL
from the foul line won Important The action kept Boston three Cardinal series in fine shape
games for Boston and Cincinnati games ahead of Cincinnati In He had allowed but three runs FUN-SIZE DODGE JACK HORAN
In the National Basketball -the Eastern Division while tile In his last If Innings of pitch- DAVI IIRKOWITZJAMIS
Association Wednesday Hawks remained Hi games log and had allowed no hits I III RUSSELL
night. back of Loa Angeles in the his last seven Innings of Americas -

Sam Jones gave the Celtics a Western Division. League Pltchlnl.I JIM KING

100-97 victory over the St. Louis
Hawks when his free throw with : EARL C MAY IS' Rend ,
10 seconds left provided what .

proved to be the winning point I JACK c. MAY MM* '
Two charity conversions by
the Big 0, Oscar Robertson, in,
the last 43 seconds gave the .The r4jitelll. Life, ALL-NEW DODGE SIRIIS
Royals a 12-90 triumph ever the "... u...... WIt ClOSI-UP PHOTOSIDOII
Los Angeles Lakers.
-. 0ffIee.a.e Ts'h.N. by
The Detroit Pistons made .
three out of four for new coachDave PVm' FR Y.MS7 l .j; DAVIS

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....'". SunThursday, November 19, 1954

I Thousands-of Hunters Kick Off Season Before Dawn

Thousands of Florida hunters were it their favorite shooting
stands one.half hour before sunrise Saturday, November 14, trS! 1''I

ai the hunting season on resident game opened In the First, a -v" >f1t t+ y"i f 'tg' "" .
lecond Fourth, and Fifth Conservation Districts, accordIng -
to A. D. ,Aldrich director, Game and Fresh Water Fish .

Commission.The hunting. season for resident game birds and animals ;;; \ '.' '
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In the Third Conservation District (Northwest Florida) opens itl""' &i' ; {' ; : '
November 21. Hunting li allowed from one-half hour before r'I "' '. '"
sunrise until one-half hour after sunset for resident game. : ; "";

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sunrise November, 25, with hunting allowed from sunrise to ". ; : .
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sunset .. ".. : t'I'
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Three types of migratory bird hunting dove, woodcock ." : "';"" "" .. '.. I'
and snipe-opened to Florida hunters November 14. Hunting : .. ,
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set of each Dove will be allowed from .
open. day. hunting y.L's ':I Ir
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The lecond phase dove hunting season Will close November j\. ''-

29; the season for snipe and woodcock will continue until :r4\K, .." I -, '

January 2. Dally bag limit for dove will be twelve with a :

total possession limit of twenty.four. Daily bag limit for snipe ,, a ",

will be eight with a total possession limit of sixteen. Daily .. )4 .
bag limit for woodcock will be five with a total possession \
limit of ten.

Rail and gallinule (marsh hen) season closed November 13.

Hunters between the ages of IS and 65 must obtain a -
hunting license, and all hunters over the age of It must obtain
a duck stamp before hunting waterfowl A $S permit Come On And Try It The Fishing's Fine
is required to hunt on any of the 30 wildlife management ,

areas. At left. Miss Lynn Sharp of WewaMchka flnda bream fishing In Florida's! famous) Dead Lakes, south of Marianna. not only wholesome fishing enjoyment,I

Wild Hog HuntingA but a fine way to furnish a mesa o' goodies for the table. At right is evidence that the redfish are biting. This fine catch was landed at, ,Turtle Creek Bay near

free-roaming hog may be wild, but it r.Is not necessarilya the Wacassassa River. The largest weighed six pounds and they scaled down to one pound.

animal and hunters should caution when huntIng
a use
wild hogs according to the Florida Came and Fresh during the special l sixteen-day archery hunt on the Eglln area. :Scientific Fish Management Perch catches at.SHIPMANS FISH CAMP From Galnesvili:

Water Fish Commission.Wild Last year's harvest during the special season was 24 deer. Scientific fish management does not pay dividends and Owen Bryant and party M in two days Jean and Bvbbn,

hogs may be taken as game animals only during the Archers on the Citrus Wildlife Management Area In Citrus the proof of the pudding was the opening of Lake Lorna Rivers, 39, Eddie Cannon, 30, David Manse 27, Paul siv

open season designated for wild hog hunting In 13 wild- County have taken thirteen deer since the opening of the Doone In Orlando on November 10. According to Bill Woods Bill Holladay, 17; from Jacksonville-George Greek 21i,
life management areas, plus all of Palm Beach and Ala- will special Citrus Archery hunt on October 17. The Citrus area fisheries chief. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission op Claude Mercer* 25; from Hampton Leon and R. M. Hal
chua Counties. December 6 and open for November archery hunting on weekends through ening day fishermen checked out 690 channel catfish weighing 45 in 2H hours; from Earleton Beach-Joe:' and Louie Jacobs
on 21-27.
The special wlldhog areas are as follows: Statewide 602 pounds and 59 bass weighing pounds 31; from Starke Perry Lyons and W. C. Dixon, 26
Avon Park In Highlands and Polk Counties; Camp Bland- archery hunting will be allowed with the openingof Woods said, "This figure represents only those fish that

log In Clay County Citrus In Citrus County; J, W. CorbettIn the. regular hunting season for native' game birds. and animals were checked and weighed Many fishermen did not stop by Lake Lochloosa

Palm Beach County; Croom In Hernando and Sumter ,the weighing station to have their catch weighed and meas Mrs. Carl Johnson's CARL'S FISH CAMP Lochloosa, tel\!j
Counties; Everglades In Palm Beach Dade and Broward > HUNTING RESULTS ured." Lake Lorna Doone was established as a Fish Management phoned splendid weekend catches of speckled\ perch; M.

Counties, Farmton In Volusia and Brevard Counties; Guano Ocala National Forest Area renovated and stocked with channel catfish and Mrs J. D. Lett Tifton, Georgia, and J. W. Powel
River In St. Johns County; Gulf Hammock In Levy County; and bass last March. Omega, Georgia, 200 in 2Vi days; L. R. Eddins and part)
Fiaheating Creek In Gladies County; Rlchloam: In Hernando, Gainesville deer hunters are getting their share-George It la estimated that over 500 sportmen fished the lake on Jacksonville, 200 in two days:; Mr, and Mrs. Kearney, Jacksonville
and Jennie Sparks took a spiked buck, last Saturday The the opening date and this is quite a few fishermen when 30, Joseph Oliver Middleburg, 25; from Hawthorr
next day Dennis Curington picked up his spiked buck. These considering that Lake Lorna Doone is only 17 acres in size. L. M. Wright, Frank Ray Claude Howard, Jettie Henderson

lslreumrilll(1 three Scrub"have and forsaken the Gulf flats and fishing. for .the "Big The lake will continue to be open to fishing dally from Joseph Williams, Edith Boler and Ruby Manning, :

hunting sunrise to sunset each;; J. 0. Whaley Eugene Whaley and Hans Bock, 50(

Elsewhere Remits Lulu Gillls 29,. and L. A. McGollle, 26 perch; from Jacksonville
-K. H. Scruggs and Frank Carter, 103 in three day
+ ( r Jack V. Williams reports I successful turkey hunt with his Horseshoe Beach
a Lester' Prevatt and Robert Magyar!, Starke 35 each; Mr
party bringing In five of '
the the highly prized birds. As for divulging Mrs. H.; A.. Lawrence of LAWRENCES CAFE Horseshoe Alice Butler and Sadie Yarborough, Macclenny, 35 each;
exact location Jack
en from time Immemorial. Just looks wise as have hunt Ranch, telephoned another fine list of catches ss follows: roy Slgman, Chicago_ 35_perch.SEE .
From Lake City Dr. 1.. G. Landrum Herbert Darby and | n

.,itSlPrun1.1'hillNitt Flah StockingFish Leo Law, 119 trout Melvin Corby and Kinney Scarborough THIS--!

hatchery personnel of the Came and Fresh Water 106 trout, Alvin and Buddie Hosford 13 trout Frank Ooster-

t/lla OohI./ee IAIII/M' Fish Commission stocked 683,330 bluegill, shellcracker and houdt and Judge Smith, 61 trout; Julian Smith",LaGrange, I ONLY
channel! catfish in eighty-one bodies pf water during the Georgia,'and Bill Riddle, Hoganvllle Georgia 107 trout; from I 14 ft. Woodson Boat

month of October. Columbus, Georgia: H. P.I I Brunei)? E W. ;Owens, and A. 35 Mercury Motor
The Commission fish hatchery at Holt In Okaloosa County B. Sevlnt 93 trout; from Atlanta Georgia: C. C. Myers Clark I Murray Trailer 1300
produced 108,400 of the panflsh The balance of the blue. Cornman and James Richardson 85 trout Mlrrolures;

Sumter' and Pasco Counties; and Cecil M. Webb In Charlotte gill:! and shellcrackers were produced at the U. S. Fish from Luthervllle, Georgia: Mr. and Mrs. W.' E. Murphey, I REG. $1731 ,
County The wild hog has also been classified as a game and Wildlife Service hatchery In Wtlaka I The channel .cab, 75 trout, from Ponte Vedra Beach Florida: Michael! Bellich
animal In the Point Washington Area in Bay and Walton (fish fingerlings were obtained from the State of Alabama and Jack Alsep with Robert McColskey as guide, 70 trout; COMPLETE STOCK
Counties; however, this area will not be open to hunting this A !vn.of the catfish Ire being held It the Commls. Louis Barr and John Summers Live Oak, and Don Sikes, -
year. lion fish' hatchery at Oviedo in Seminole County until they Jacksonville, 70 trout; from Waycross Georgia: J. H., Keene 1965 MERCURY MOTORS

On these areas and In Palm Beach and Alachua Counties attain l hMncn size for stocking In waters with an and J. B. McQuaig, 65 trout; Joe Little Lake City, c. L, NOW ,IN'f

the wild I hog Is classified as a game animal and subject existing fish population. Williford, Atlanta, and Gene Butts Douglas, Georgia 70 trout, SPECIAL PRICES ON AlL'64'sFRANK'S
to the regulations and protection afforded other game species.A Bluegill hel'craclte' and catfish stocking will continue from Gainesville: Ed Wood, Tom Ashworth and Bill Pendle I
and through November and Into December. caught 40 and kept 21 trout. Live shrimp was the moat I
daily bag limit of one wild hog per day two per Stocking of bass .fin-
season will be in force In all areas open to hog hunting -gerlinKS will-begin--in early summer of IMSTil. popular bait used. MARINEMERCURY

except on the Camp Standing Area where the seaaons limit Stelnhatchee
Is four. Paul Mains the "Ole Klngfish" of the Jacksonville Times-
Outside the established areas and Palm Beach and Ala 1011 S. Main. St. FR6-762I
t h t 7 wr.Ma Union gives a "plug" for the Steinhatchee area, the first
chua Counties the Game Commission claims no jurisdictionover 1 rwt to '
fishing center north of Horseshoe Beach. He quotes Greta
hogs of any kind and feral or wild-roaming hogs are { Aunt... and Alton OQuInn of O'QUINN'S FISHING LODGE at Stein-
.. tSolunar
to which SEE THEM NOW!
generally classified as private property. Hunting hogs > hatchee as follows: "From Americus Georgia James Buchanan

there Is a legitimate claim of private ownership, such as on Tables and Roy Ansley, 100 trout Mr, and Mrs,J. F.. Arm The 18' MONARK BELLE and many other
lands where valid hog claims are In effect Is an Illegal
any, 21 large trout; Henry Walters, 27 trout. MONARKS.The .
activity and subject to civil action versatile 16' and 20' SKI BARGES.
Before going hog hunting on lands other than the 13 design- Matanzas Inlet The moat sought after Fiberglass Fuhma
ruled areas or Palm Beach and Alachua Counties, the hunter +/r rr"Jr ala> .. ; Iw, In two trips, Mr. and Mrs C; Manuel Turner have brought Boots including the new 14' TRI-HUNTER.
should always obtain the permission of the landowner. It is icKMuli .."'.., r-trta,, .. UK _, I In 66 and 49 trout from the Matanzas Inlet
..,....) Mm' I ft., bMK ..... trw.. mourn 1' *.HUM.Minor Bridge When The Beautiful JACKSON Fiberglass and MONARK
Jon ..
alec helpful to verify with the County Sheriff concerned to AIOM' K.lthl'| IOLUNIIII TAIL!! "on d.y ...pa... Minor. ...Mang. I Mrs. Turner catches more than Manny," he says, "I taught Paddling and Sailing Canoes.
determine whether hog claims Ire In effect in the area selected I.your aon Myi sultry M itwt M yw lwoln on,M In/IMlna P..dw ..11 II.41 < 51 her!" He used this once too often when a native, said, Alto Used Boats end Motors from (20 up.
a.d lav.d ,
for hunting and determine the fact of ownership ._. or "uan' 1 ..... .'..... I II YY wl.O _...y 4 7 3 II a It ln.It 4 7'J U! II"',IS a "You learned her too good!'! '
D..IIM K oHtr.0. MINt Mal ..cn dr __I'. a r u a 5. Ins I Frank ''Philpott's Sport Center!
Bear Hunting fly Man ,,,... l. T_. 75 "N as a a Englewood
MIA' w .
.... .. .. ... ,. in 10 4-so os-as 44'Mmd '
lyo Tht ..
The special bear hunts In the Apalachlcola ,and Osceola MWMa. *r M C..N, and Ny I ..Itr r ILL 1,1t, Lao I. Luther McDowall has Just returned from vacationing with N.nh. < .,' twd.q'i 20 N.W. Mill A*. ..:::----.,
National Forests closed one-half hour after sundown Saturday ....>.....sn.uw Murt Hwotfltf III Tno .Mnor., p. his brother Jack at Englewood. Jack! was formerly football WHIRl' QUALITY SELLS ITSELF" ;

November 7. Reports on the two areas Indicate that a total _.. _rawisya.II.... _oro,_ of. Fishing Tide coach at Rollins College when Rollins appeared on the : Pa 2-5011 ., PR -UU
of thirteen bear were harvested during the twenty-eight. I University of Florida schedule. Luther says they caught 46 OH S M 6 ,.... M_ thru M,
,, Spanish mackerel the first morning and then had t ..... t. < p.m. Se.....,.
cia three-day hunts Five of these were on the Apalachl .'rldar..ei, of It II tm. and) .:. a whoopIng I C"f
cola area in Liberty County with the largest weighing over SPORTSMAt4'DIGESTS : .,4a r/. Low,-a4 Mil,404. N am 1.11. ..M a.,"IS. is.. big success at gathering stone crabs. I I I Hem* .. Ski ..".. HgnUr and Mon.rk Souls. :
ml I 2.
.... Low It MtCglhck Mtjttvt. Jak.n..d M...,.
bear taken the Osceola It am act
four hundred Eight were 'Jt.
pounds on .-.. .-...... of alam.. M. .1' Lake Santa Fe I C.HM. ..t Mar T,.,'ltr..
hunt In Baker and Columbia Counties. Law M IN tm. ..* t 01 .... Mrs. Bobby Shlpman has
According Walter Larkina, area supervisor" for the GamV & .111 M.y.w.NI.n. Low it. KM H I tm U. .M.... >..u. .no 511 telephoned the following speckled

and Fresh Water Fish Commission and In charge of hunting .TMM.V-HI0I. ln M. 14 i.II. t m. MMm It Smofc y Saytt
activity on the Apalachicola area, there were more than FLy-FISHINGTP: w_.. _Mill Mie" tm N g11.m. .no....

enough bear In the area, and the low hunter success maybe FOR SPIN-FISHING rls.m.L..NlaymP nyn..Mlq' on |.M..Im. .M e a well SWKH our .
due to the shortage of quality bear dogs and basic Information ..... Low It L1J4 .... tool:* P... ferrt>KST FIRES I
II .
on bear hunting. Larkina reported that all el the -noo wocTTiA Oood non for patient people.

bear taken on the Apalachicola hunt were by experienced bear One HomerLOS The '65 llulrku are In production _,:.In.
hunters, and that successful bear hunting demands\ S) good "PLY Llty I
knowledge of bear and a good pack of bear hounds< IMI" ANGELES (AP) The And lot of new Hulrltn are on their way to in.
The same situation apparently holds true for the Osceola I" figure one after Tom S trlano's
National Forest as Regional Manager Brandy Cooojon of 11t' LaADln -. name In a Sept. 16 box score oI Help* lend your favorite on Its way to you.
the Commission's Northeast was correct. It was the Los Angeles
Region was quoted
as saying,
"We have bear running out of our ears." J WUrM U8INC, ,; pP. Angel infielder's first I I lit I Tome:: In and order the Buick you want.

Wildlife Officer Louie AM'OH lOtMtW home run in 217 major league
Prevail hiyit supervisor, reports that FUr UMC (MAO
there are many bear still I In. the Osceola Forest, and hunters I KO Tl. ON imNNIlN ,idI appearances at the plate. He
will have an excellent possibility of bagging one during I two MM CMXJ ".. "tlaaJ, hit It in New York off Yankee M ,.

the regular season The season began November 14, and will I war TMII MAX POTT HMO IT MM AvKNMAD; ou CANT Jim Bouton but the Angels lost .. .. .'. ,.

continue through January 3, with hunting permitted every __ BY ..... ON ws IffDOL. H
day. SO Tau' HAVI "N'CH fCf Lana I HOIH K1--1' ': ', "
.. .
PH.IM A TV ID f IBAOe se- .. .
10 MUCH IMS ire Mitchell "
Archers on the Citrus Wildlife Management Area in Citrus IBAP rm INTO" NIT. 'I' .
Florida have chalked up a successful REEL JIA"f i . very season and put HANOI )
: arruxnON TMU ::
their bows sway at the close of the special archery hunton swans ply aiwu Nae/le eoolaPULI. Mt 104 with U1UM' CM*** I.'H ...). l.'r I t i:: :;
November ft ..M MMU/B CIMNK AND .N.. 1011. $12 IS VtU... tit.t H..dMdl $1499 / .

According to A. D. Aldrich, director, Game and Fresh HAUL M t UNI** uttMm W*, MANOb tone S4.tHAutsa palO ..... 'OS Ie .,.....11 .1, -' 'onal 1l.tJw rlI'
Water Fish Commission n Wwk Doti
a total of four
hundred bow-and- MM arm HAND MAT I .. .
..._ .
arrow hunters bagged a total of :38 deer and 30 wild hogs I,MOD JMl" WC/V 14 M9OIQ, SPECIAL ON PENN IUEU-


Meet This Weck's Rig Specials STAR Dl0_ as.:26.00 __
Open New MUC 110 HP M.. M_ MftC. ISO. IS HP M..
CHICAGO (AP-S lect fieldsof .... A..c-.I .....". ... t.., AN-CtMtttrf .....", lt NO. (1 MMM LOII'Q SUCH MITAl. $1169 wYYllO
pdP, ... SPOOL STAR. M 160 men and M women will New 1..7-h. COllA Beef M.w Pie I7-N. TNUHOIRIIRO a.. ...... .... tl It.s __f.NO .
open 10 days of compeltion frIday New Tilt Trailer o.ye... a..e sift Tq. l-
In the eighth annual World's REG. $7795 I.e .mod ;; C....,.. I) PINK JIA-SOY STAR DRAfi. $375
Invitational Match Came Bowling \- SPECIAL ...... u... ..1 ..... .... sus
Tournament 1995
The demanding test Is for c,1et.: $2295 PRICES REDUCED ON ALL SLEEPING

bowlers 1 a vii e d to compete Jimmy/ Moore r lAGS AND GUN CASES.
strictly on the basis of demonstrated SMALL DIPOSIT Will LAYAWAY FOR CHRISTMAS' use wltatM J on armor cover
championship ability.
Defending champions are Jim EASY S64-J791 PHONE U L Ill It Its 100 Pal0AY3 And you'll soon be drh'Ing the car yon waited for.an I

St John of Santa Clara. Calif. CREDIT Srarke, Fla.
and Marlon Ladewlg of Grand
a ma uui MKMUK sues sun tmotan trtt twua on fill MU
Rapids, Mich. TERMS I.
w'h,. 17..500 going to the men's "
..l and $4"l( H the Ull I UsMawh P.w. 175.3696
a a winner. II... Oman P. Getet M_ GAINESVILLE

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Bradford Co. Backing Combined J.C.

.. -
Committees Schedule

iABUSINESS @t REPORT r S Additional Huddles

REVIEW Sun Staff Writer

V'I' .arYOLK STARKE Bradford County wants a junior college
i + ..but wants it M close as possible to Starke.

X Bradford members of the interim Junior college advisory -
Lute Morning committees rf Aliichua and Bradford Counties

re-affirmed their desire to go along with the projectn
Readers'Request I N. Y. ListingAllis a two-hour joint meeting tthe two. __committee
here Yl'stl'rltRY ---- --- -

t. Chal 22''. Int Pap 35-41, The division, announced byGuy I senlailve Ralph Turlington said,
Andrews chairman of the
Alcoa 54's Jenes&L 74>t| ,"If this thing goes through, It
1 Bradford followed
gjSrirSSiSS STOCK LISTINGS Am Air 46<* Xais Al 31H) group separate will benefit both counties In
r :; AL meeting of his committeeand
Am Can 43% Ken'cott 96'. the one of Alaihua County. these ways: 1)) no tuition fees,
2)) attendance will be
Fierce,WulbernMurphey Am Cyan 16'. Loch'd 38 Andrews said his group had Improved,
I 3)) junior college Is the properagency
Am Mot IS Lorlllard 45 decided to go along with the
NEW YORK SL Oil Cal 100 72'. Divers Growth ._ 10.49 WALLACE ilun, and "to do everything In for us to use for voca-
STOCK EXCHANGE St Oil Ind ._ 2.oob 43\o\ Dividend Shares __..,._ 3.38 AT&T 17'. MM&M 60 4 I our power to make It a success h tlonnl training 4) we're all pay

Abbott Lab _,_._ 2.40 4344 Sterl Drug .__ .65 28t. Dreyfus .._...._.. 21.62 Am Tob 35'. Mohasco 14"- ," Ing for junior colleges, whetherwe
cent, Allied Chem _.._ 1.80 53'11.' Texas Vtil 1.20 I3Va Fidelity Capit IU7 I Ampx Cp 15T. Mons'to 86U Two UF Scientists Named In turn, L. R Jordan, chairman have one locally or not as
near! Amerada Pt 2.00 15% Textron 1.40 .48% Fidelity Fund 18.951 Anaconda 55" Mont Wd 4U of the Alaihua committee the state Is assuming the cost
Am EIc Pow __.1.16b 45 Tidewater _. 35\o\ Fidelity Trend 20.26 Armour 55'. Nat Dair 86't said, "We are very pleased with of a two year college education
Amer Enka _._.. 1.40a 70% Trans W A _. ... 5m Fund'tal Invest _.. 11.14 Babcock 38H Nat Dist 28 svillAbbe Amer Hone ,__ 1.44a 86% Union Pac .. 1.60a 44'x. Income of Bostonincorporated 1.711 Beth Stl 37M N.Am Av 51* hoping you would work with us wants one,
Amer M. Fdy ...... .90 18'. Und Air L ... 1.SOb 58Va Inc .-._ 10.03 Boeing 661'* Penney 86'% KANSAS CITY Two University fective treatment of nutritional on it, and we are sure we'll "I'm enthusiastically In favor
Armco Stl 3.00 67% Upjohn ._... .. 1.00 50% Keystone K.2 .. __. 104 Borden 79'4' Pa RR 41H I of Florida research scl- Icafroll of potatoes. His investigations have a better junior college with nf> this project, as It Is better
I an2F Atch Topka _. 1.20a 33'11 Jim Wlttr._ zs% Keystone S > 3 __ ... 17.35 Brunswk 8 4 Pep Cola 59% enlists were elected Fellows on gaseous leases of Bradford County's cooperation" than the strictly vocational program
Baxter Lab .. ._ .36 274 War Lamb _,_ .70 31'1iaWorthinln Keystone( S 4 _..__. 5.31 Cater Tr 40'4' Phil Mar 78\. here yesterday at the annual ammonia from soils and the efficiency It was then announced that used up In Georgia"
Hae Beckman ..._..- 72y ._ 1.50 54'41' LIfe Investors __..._... 10.32Life Celanese 73' Phill Pet 53T4 banquet of the American Society of various sources of another joint meeting would be Bradford Committee mem-
Ja Beech U S 1.10 54"% Xerox _..._. J03% Stock Fund _. 7.12 Chrysler 58% RCA 34';' of Agronomy nitrogen was also! noted held Dec 9, starting at 4 p.m., hers Freeman Register Jr, S,
26. Bristol My ." .80 15% Zenith 1.20a 87% Mass Inv Stock _..._ 17.69 Coca Col 139 Revlon 38S" Dr. Gaylord M. \olk, soils Volk joined the Experiment at the school' superintendent'soffice K. Denmark, Jim Bloodworth
Brown Shoe _._. 3.40 no sale OVER THE COUNTER Mass Inv Growth _. '.24 Cont Can 52H Rey Tob 42 chemist; and Dr. Alvin T Wallace Stations In 1939 after completing In Gainesville md [lr. James W, Patray, In

Brunswick __.....?.... 8% NSW YOU IPI TIM tollMlflt" kMtml Pioneer Fund ..__.._ 10.45 Dow Che 79'. StReg P 31% head of the Plant Science his education at the Inlverslty Jordan alto: Invited the Brad. turn took the floor and gave
tel Cambell S ?. .._ 2.40 33'. mat .Mt.IUM> wgMUd" ky KMNilKral Puritan Fund ___. 1.19 EAL 40"4 Seaboard 5H4 Section, are Florida Agricultural of Wisconsin He received ford committee and Bradford support to the proposal, although -
Mrwelparty Carter Pdt 1.OOa 17% ,.. ..,AuecllIM M oat rwrtmil 1( MairlllM KluM *00.1I Putnam Growth _. 18.47 E.Kod'k 140''. Scars 134H Experiment Stations scientists the Florida fruit and Vegetable school officials l Id attend a pub. In each case It was qual-
Case J I 19\: ctbni kul M lie..ty1e NAlOi 501.w.r/..II" .... TV & Elec .21 Firestone 43' -
Cessna Air .......,.-.. 1.00 30x' o tow* IM OWM HUM._wltllM MM Ml.* (MloomM w Value Line Inc __ 5.90 Ford 58'4' Socony 88'4, fellow workers at the week.long award In 1959 for successIn held Nov 23 In the Universityof Imate site.Thomas ,
Jack Ches Ohio .. ,.._ 4.00 75 I ,..,OIl" Wellington Fund ___ S.D2 Frmst Da 14'''4 SouthnC 65 56th annual meeting of the Society. his field florid Auditorium, startingat Urn, joined In the

horn Coas S Gas ............... 35' Alice Land ___. .. 1114\ NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Frept Sul 45';' Sperry R 14'. More than 2,500 scientists Dr. Wallace was singled out 4 p m. He said Thomas Bal. general endorsement saying,
nder CBS ....._ I.Mb m. Amer Fidel Life 24 Vol. Close Changes Gen Dyn 36%' StBrand 1'4 in crops, soils and related fields for his significant contributions Icy, stale superintendent of pubIc "I'll support It. I'm for It If It
Amer Heritage ._. 21% Comp Gen El 19'% StO NJ 91N attended in the of five
Comb Eng 1.20 374 development major Instruction, will be the will Increase
-- our student
g.sn 441,200 Atlas \ 44 parIclpatlon -
Comsat Corp _.... 4S% Amer Mat Ins __-. 19'% Corp up Gen Fds 84 U Studbak 8% The rank of Fellow In the Society Improved varieties of lupines speaker, In the.
Jackdays Cone Mills _.._. .80 22% Amer Pioneer Life .__ 8"% 329.500 Mad n Sq Gdn It' up li* Gen brills 45*. Swift 54% was established in 1925. tobacco, oats, and rye.He However, prior to the agreement junior collegeprogram
Cont Airl _. .40 21''Iia Anheuser Busch ._ 2V4 75,300 Benquet up 4 Gen Mtrs 97'. Texaco 90 Only 393 crop and soil scientists cooperated with several associates readied yesterday, there
MrS Contl Ins ,.-_ 2.20 13'. Anodyne.... _.. I 77,200 Gt Wst Foci 11% up HM Goodrich 62% Thiokol 12'. throughout the world have to develop Florad oats, was a frank discussion of all By common consent the two
...... .. 37 ,000 Am Photo I upI : groups then decided to meet
Contrl Data _.. 53"1 Citizens Goodyr 47V Carbld 127 been named to this honored the first Improved variety of factors, and Bradford State Rep.
Corn Pdts _. 1.50 52% Conn Lt & Pow .._ 38'. S3.400 RCA 34'-4 unch Greyhnd 24 Un Fruit 17"% group. any crop derived from neutron- resentatlve A. J, Thomas Jr separately and discuss the situ-
Delta Air ...__- 1.60 15'1. Cowl Mag 1 Pb .?.__. 12'..' 52,300 Tex Gulf Sul 58* up *i Gulf Oil 62 US Steel 55% Dr Volk was cited by the Society Irradiated material raised several questions IlIon( and shortly thereafter! the
Det Steel .. .60 U Dunn Y Bradst _... 84'i' 51,700 Leh Val Ind 2\i up U Int Harv 88 WestgEI 43'Int < for contributions to the Wallace joined the University 'There are junior collegesnow agreement was announced
Florida Gas .. .... 11% 48.700 Univ Amer 8'% uo H Nick I7<. : I Jordan than listed the next
Emerson El 1.00 43K .i..r- 4 Woolwth 30% discovery of the cause and efPrivate of Florida staff In 19'>fl, was In Palalka and Lake City,
Fla Nat'Bank __ 84 44,400 Am Tel It Tel 67% off Mi ---- steps which would be required
Fair Camera .S0g 23"- named geneticist' and head of and one planned for Jickson-
__._ 29'41Forrest 42.400 Std 011 NJ 91 up 1 In furthering the and
Fla Tele project
Flnan'l Fed _.. .. 38" the Experiment Stations Plant vllle," he said "And would
Labs ...._ 254 40.900 Alleg Pwr 27H' up H, one announced the Dec ( joint meetng. .
Fat Chartr _._ 197f 27Va Science Section In 1951 He received -In Gainesville be done enough
founders Life __ 9% 40100 Amer Motors 13'4' unch WoodsManagement He also said the site and
Fst. West Fin. .. 13'. degrees from the University to provide the Incentive for
Fla E, Cst __ 15Va Franklin Life _.._. 55 38.200 Mrtn Manta 204 up H of Georgia and North more students to attend Wouldone other final details of the wattutlon .
Food Fair .. .90 24 jrealamerlcanirollier J1% 37,500 Magnavox 34V4 inch Carolina State College In Gainesville be really a would be decided upon

FMC Corp ?__....-.. 1.00 13 .......... __ 38 AMER STK EXCH A teacher, as well as a scientist local junior college for us?" by an advisory committee to be
Frlto Lay 41V Gulf Life ,..__. SO''% ACTIVE STOCKS Hit Wallace was lauded by He explained further "I'm appointed later

Gen Tele ._. .88 38\: Herff Jones _.11 Volume Close Change the Society for his professlona concerned only with the students Members of the Alachua com-
Ga Pacif __ lOOb 58% Home Ins_._ 881.. 248100 Alls Crp -Wts- 1V up H achievements as a dedicated .". We have TV now In julolor millet were! : Dr Robert Wleg-
Getty Oil __ .108 28Va Kennasaw Life ._ 9". 43100 New Idria 24 off ''. Private woodlands in Florida far exceed all\ other! uses and ronomlst colleges and I want (lo see; man, 0. M. Davis, Mrs Glenn
Grace Co ._._. lOOb 57% Life of Fla __ _.. 8'11I 32.800 Fotochrome \Vk off (4 are the poorest managed, according to a Florida Forest Both Volk and Wallace live i iGainesville in I 179 enrolled." J. Hoffman Mn William H,
..,,.... 2H4 Service bulletin this week.
.MInt m' Lowes Company >- Plersnn and Jim Quincy
Hel Curtis 30100 TWA Wts32\ off %! Alaihua Slate Senator J. Emory
IBM. 1.00 C2I Milgo Electron 9% 29.200 Seabd World 6'* up '/. The Forest Service release laid private ownership accountsfor The American Society of Agronomy (Red) Cross asked "Would Other Bradford Counly "persons .
Min C HZ lilts 39'1' Mort Guaranty Ins _-. 25"4 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS 38 per cent, more than 7,000000 acres, of Florida woodlands organlred In 1907, now I site on thla side of Gainesville present Included Bradford
lot Tele ._.--: 1.00 11\: Pacific Sw Air _._ 3114 Purchases 42'7,194 I Public ownership accounts for 11 per cent forest Industries has a membership of nearly I,- help?" High Principal C. M Clark and

Kellogg ....__._ .80a 53 Schlitz Brew __.43Va Short Sales ___.. 3,000 23 per cent and farm Industries make up 28 per cent. 400 researchers located' In II Thomas replied, The success teacher M. A. Payne
'61er Lehman Cp 1.Me 32 Secur Life & Tr 60 Other Sales __ 439211 countries around the world .- from our standpointwould

Litton In ?_. .. 1.98f 74Va Southern Nitro _. 25% Total Sales ....,..._....... ... 442211 The Service defines. private woodlands. as acreage ownership increase In proportion to Its Peace
... 1.00 21 United Security & Inv __ 10 which Is non farm and non Industrial. It embraces a CorpsTo
Lone S Cm. ; PREVIOUS DAY'SSTOCK i I FSU ProfessorFound nearneis! to Slarke.
53'4 Universal Cigar _.. .... SV4 large number of owners, Including merchants, professional
Marsh Fid __. 1.60 MARKET Ralph Cellon Jr., of Almhua,
Martin M .,.. _. 1.00 201. AMERICAN STOCK Advances _._. .. ..........632 men, city dwellers who own woodland acreage and persons I Dead said, "If you don't choose to gu Test At UF
McG Hill ._. .lOa 36'. EXCHANGEAerojetGen Declines ................ ... .... 4M who live In the country but do no farming along with this plan, you'11 be
Mead Corp _- 1.70 so"t" _.. 26% Unchanged _,.__,-... ..... .... 292 The bulletin said farm-owned and private woodlands are I In Hotel Iloom left out entirely" Peace Corps personnel will
Merkd ..._w 20fla 48"-"- Analex Corp __. 27:% Total Issues .........._..._ 1410 the poorest managed with both industrial and public ownerships Jordan than pointed out the be on the University of Florida
Mat Air) ..-._ 80 12'. Aqua Chem __ 13'. New 19U44 Highs ___ 100 having a higher degree of protection, reforestation MACON G.. (AP) DrHowards advantages the plan held for campus November 29 December -
N Y Centl! __ .MgMl so-. Aurora Plastics ._. _.. 28* New 1963-64 Lows 11 stocking and timber quality Wilson, 81 year-old Bradford County, such a* non J, lo administer non competitive
K M Pow 2.00 M'I' Barnes Engineer 23% ---- -- auodnte professor of music at payment of tuition fees, free' aptitude testa la juniors,

Norfolk W ........._ 1.00 144 Butler Shoe _. ._ 11".. Florida Stale University In Tal transportation and various 1 seniors and graduate slude n is
No Ind P S __ 1.48 61% Chromaloy 14'. Must Make lahaswe, was found dead In his courses which could be taught In i iStlrk. Interested In joining the corps
No Nat Gas 1.80 5D\: Cinerama _. .. 4% Concessions Hotel room lent night. .. I Peace Corps questlonalr e s
Olin Math 1.20 42"t" Computer 'Scl 25% The polke said Wilson apparently He concluded with, "I must be completed before taking
Owens II G 250 106"4' Cutter Labs A _. 18'. died Monday night tee how you can afford dun"I the tests. Queitlonalres are

Pac G 1 E ._1.00 351/. Data Control -.., 55% In NATO In Tallahassee, FSU officials 10| along, and we want you In available at most Post Offices
Pac Ltlng 2.40 :J2 Fulton Inds ._.... ._ 10 Says Fulbrighl said l>r. WiUon had been miming :It with us." 1 and may also be obtained In advance -

PaiT.ltT-..-..,.. 1.20 29'1it Gen Develop .... -............ 4% from his claues all week I Tom Casey, Bradford school from Colonel Glenn" Farrla .
Pan Amer A 1.20 31% Jan Minit Mkta ..... ... Tk Dr. Wilsun' was a native of nuperlenlendent elect foreign student advisor al
.....,.. 1.00 2&'. WASHINGTON (AP) administration 1 I 1 must be poial l for a North Atlantic Treaty Cranston the University,
Parke Div Mackey Airlines ............_ R. I. Survivors Included laid, "The eitent to which the
Pennwll ... ... .. 2.00 45' Mead Johnson ................. 16'4Pac I Chairman J. W. Fulbright of the. prepared to make concessions Organization nuclear force. his widow and three facility' will be used by us ""r.1 All applicants will be Informed
Pfizer ? ._ .80a 49V4 Nw Tele ............ ..... ... 22% Senate Foreign Relations Committee to Britain and Italy In order to IOns. i will depend on IU proximity of their eligibility within ap
Phelps Dg __. 3.00 75 Philips Elec ....... .............. 46>4' said today the Johnson_assure. _approval--- -, !-.of-the US:- proMore -.. -- Fulhrlght said the United Funeral services were scheduled 1 Starke" proximately two months .
Polaroid .-. .20 177'1. Redwing Carriers _....- 10% Slates and West Germany the for Friday, Andrews then stated that the I

Pub Sv E G _. .2.60 39 Ric Croup .. ............... .-....... 2'. About two chief backers of (the fleet project had the endorsement of' tout ItnriM"
Pure Oil..._._____ ].60 5& Sperry R Wts _...... ... I'% plan "must be prepared : 7'/U t l'''(J N/ !the Bradford fc'honl Superintendent 1 ,
Rayonier ..-.,. 1.00 42% Syntex ?. .._ ...._. 54'. however reluctantly, lo accept Harmon Morgan and (he Sink
Reyn Metl _...-. .50 34% Tampa Elec ._.... 28'. Trial changes' In the composition of IIECKIVKHS'COLLEGTKir Bradford Board of Public In- Miami

Rich Merr ._._. 1.00 57 Tech MessurTws ....... ......_ .. 18 the force to avoid further division ruction and urged "We'd bet.
R C Cola ..._.._....__.120 II'i Wts .-.._ .... _'" .._. 32' the Western ler fall In line with this thing" MIAMI (APIA 10-foot charier .
Roy Dutch 1.73g> 47 Valspar ..... _......7ML'T1AL among allies Alachua Seheel Superintendent fishing boat caught fire and
Searle Gd ._ H- 90 14""% From Pace 1insanity The Arkansas Democrat discussed There are sll kinds of collectors E, D. Manning then lank today about e mile off ML
Singer ......_ 2.00 IS''% FUNDS the fleet In an address said "About the site M enen iml Beach, but Its four crewmen .
collect old
Smith Kin 1.20. IS Affiliated Fund _....?. ... .. 109 and cons 111 I utlonal constitutional rights were violated \ prepared for delivery before the -/ tome Alachua County has mad I and) passengers were rescued .

Sou Cal Ed ._ 105 2N Capital Life It Gr -..__. 10.02 rights. I by police Association for the Study of or coins butterflies, others And gather apparently stamps, any committment on thai If I The unharmed
Two Dr. Joth Foreign Affairs In four-captain and owner
psychiatrists Munich Germany Bradford

County participates
He said collect /
Joiner was question some telephone re Connelly Wilson
r 1 Davis and Dr. Henry The text was lasued by then It should be In mate Charles
HEW YOU TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, NOV. ItMl LyonI-I ed In !the hospital emergencyroom ceivers. I Hoover and two unidentified
testified they examined his office In Washington.If Alarfiua I 1
Counly, other 1 1 .
Tae *.- while In pain and under City Hife today reported paMengert-.were picked: up bya
I High Lew Close Net Ch,. and Mrs. Dampier, for 1 drugs a few hours after being the fleet Is lo serve both Its two telephone receivers. have here I a chance that Gik'hrktl 1 private yacht, (he U foot
: ZS Rails H7.K 145.41 14441 U, .56'', Insanity pleas have been filed& 'hot and three limes the following military and political purpones been removed from coin telephones ,County might participate, and 1 Hipper,
; ZS )Udustrels 92J64 90107 91157 U, 11.C5 I I In Florida Insanity ls s legal day Fulbright said It would be well / on West University. In that case It would be la western The Coast Guard had dlaIpatthed -
50 Stockl 515.40 526.74 5U.50 U, 5.11 1 question) following rules laid to slow down the drive fur Its 1 Ave Officers discovered the Alarhua County. i I a helicopter' and two
down In M :' murder Dr. Henry J. Sabers Jr.. I Among UM criteria thefttlt.
taghten's set by
Implementation. thefts early (his morning durIng ships lo the aid ol the strickenjVewel.
-- case in the English House of who treated Joiner testified as,I I routine patrol Department of Education I, (he Gypsy Queen but It
STOCK Lords In 1841 The basic ruleIs to treatment. ,I Thai he added would allow, The telephones are due to In establishing Junior college* la I|went down before they arrived
FLASHES I that a person stands trial If: Testimony by Police Capt. R further consultations aimed at be repaired this afternoon that the .Institution be located all' Cause of the fire was not
MARKET he can tell the difference between T. And! and Aast Slate Ally {gaming support for the present it near the center: of the pupulafion [known, the Coast Guard said
right and wrong It matters Milk Futch did not establish plan of 23 surface vessels armed, of the area It will serve
1 NEW YORK (API-The) stock not a* he la able to control thai Joiner was told of his,with Polaris miasJIcs. More Warrni A minimum potent.a| enroll.'
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market s tttree-day drive to new) Dw Averages7reNes his actions. right to remain silent, or of his 11 I Fulbright emphastaed 'he was To He Kclcast.1WASHI ':ment of lot full time students Arm-It New

peaks foundered on profit taking Day j 2nd Hours Ii i The two psychiatrists IntifW right lo an attorney Police U voicing his personal views 54 u aUo rl'JUlred.I .
early this afternoon TradIng -i 691.71 | 30 Induat. | off U5 ed Joiner Is retarded wit an Roy A. Thames also testified. (senator and not !the official i poll.ley .I >CTON!' API) The Alarhua County- Mate RepreIFC FAA President

was fairly active but not I I.t 21141 | 21 Raits 0/" nU4M IQ of from M toB/ (average]I; Andrews argued the state-! of President Johnson and the bearing transcripts and exhibitsof .I :
Wednesday's six m"00" Is lOll; genius la 144)), and an menu should/ be suppressed because State Department, "for whom the Warren Commission's\ To: I.JllIICl1 William T. Arnelt. deanemerilus -
share rate.DuPont IS lUL) | "" MM4W anhvencial personality. Joiner was questioned I i have M authority Is spesk:' quiry bile the aasaieliMtinfl of!I' of the Iniversiry of
whicb spearheaded I j rStocka | off 190 Dr Davis said Joiner enoVr-' the first lime under drugs; was'' !President John F Kennedy will i''Hn I ..krt' Urhc! florid* s College of Archiieo
the upsurge this week war e\tt009j Volume t 1..000 stands right from wrung but M not advised of hit rights Undersecretary ef lute be made public on Nov M lure and fine Art was named
prominent to the detune u fc,. means link te him. Adkins ruled against Andrews iGeorie W, Ball made H apper There are JI wkimee weighing1M 'r I Ttnithl the Inrvertity of prealdinl ef the Florida Aaao.cation .
ioU 4ivldend Its *-* cash, I "He operates en smpulte .1 letting the statements ent Tuesday that Germany and pound rturMa Inter Frateraily Ceun- of Architects al the
payout and also' went ei-durtri-I['drugs, mail enter-retails and He doesn't have Inner con remain. the United Stales nave agreed)I I The White House announced nil Is sponsoring' the first annual Seth annual FAA convention recently
button half a share ef General nonferrous metals. !trol. I I Florida courts have held on a delay beyond the previous today that the mats ef lest)- I 1.'(; Thankglvlflg BaiketDrive !held In Jacksonville.
Motors as It distributed Its last Rails and oils Inched higher, The twe doctors said Mrs. Mini .said that police officers year end deadline for an agreement I"many wiO become available lor : Arnett succeeds Roy M Pool-
23 million( shares ef CM stock OS balance. Steels and motors Dampier kt sane although ahejsuffers jneed art war suspects. Hose- ef M leant some weeks to publication and breeoVest at The pledget of X.P lIIlmI. ey Jr Jacksonville, who hat

j Other blue chips which have were IIITfIWIy mixed.i I tom neurotic tenelen l peter he added, uglier state give with the British proposals.The time. le come ap 1 30 I m. EST HoW. 31. First Kappa r:1: : :l just Misled serving" two yearsas
paced the recent advance also i The Associated Prese average and hears nay decide differently any newspaper publication win be the chief ef the professional
faltered. lot W stocks al anon was eff .tat Judge Adkioa ruled both E3.. o f recent U I. Su. to afternoon papers of that day pledges of Alpha' Cpeilon PI wig group.
said the market's 3B.. with 1 sndustriale down II beta prepare their defense Court cases.Mrii Rinse emperor Here'wade The' .leslimonr, whirl .led IB be eut swdeHwa: rontributloM.mrdMMlor --
Broken much aa the'It, rails up J and utilities elf trial 1 was present for the a farce ef the Otymptr the cornmmton o finding that Mike Berman a The bland of Mauritius. In the
pause was very that the eewil.1 I Inanswered la the ojuestfon stale attorney attire i. Lance'lames to A. D.Ner! won:Lee Harvey Oswald actingalone memoir ef Alpha EpsOmi pi Indian Ocean was discovered
carts, adding to the .uat seemed Corporate bonds were srregu- Anther either was sane. al d* tasonby: Jr attorney for Con rvery event in which be panic. halted Kennedy III Dettaj fraternity. Is bokmg forward to i''by the Portuguese, named by
background the whole. Jar with some key nile lower tne e| the erne. :nie' Dsunpier and Jim Claytoei; paled the ether contestants last Mo, 22. will be told 'by the a surreuful drIVe. tile food the Dutch and administered by
faverahJe The trend oe was lower among V.J. government bonds werestronger. I Bill Andrcsrt. attorney for far Scott DauBpier. also: gave il(mowing what was good for(government ariating office In uiffa will be dunated to seedy the British Indians and Chinese

build*!* materials aUliUesJ I( I Joiner, argued I Out Joiner's arguments. 'ibem. complete seta only, al r* a set families for TuniigJvmg dominate the populan .




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DEAR ABBY: My husband filed for divorce about five teen.aged girls to shoulder some of the load (Leave the SEASONED WIFA AN' NOW AH GULP-TN'MIXTURE DID AH ) _f-4T7 1) I
months ago but h. Isn't doing anything about It. He tooka mea alone) What could be more appropriate than cold MESS O'BAP( STIRS l: MAKE TOO ,
room in town and comes to see us when he feels like it. turkey at Thanksgiving time f-ASPRINKLINCj VSKQNKT sa '
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The kids can't figure out what Is going on Now tit says .
he doesn't have to divorce me, and ha to just going to DEAR ABBY: That letter signed "LOVES CHILDREN" ( i
make me miserable. He says he doesn't nave to come back took me back five years ago when we lived In Duarte,
home, either. We have five children, ranging from three Callfom'a'! (Los Angeles County) where they had the ::: '' t
years old to eleven Should I just go on pretending I don't "BLOCK PARENT" plan, too What a comfort/ It was to <
care what be does, or should I file for a separation? know that! In every block there was a big sign In the tr 1c7
BROKENHEARTEDDEAR Windows of some responsible parents home to let a child ,
BROKEN! Why don t you quit playing games and know that If he was being bullied by another child, chased
try to save your marriage A clergyman could help yon by a dog, followed by a stranger, or feeling ill, he could go }
pick up the pieces U yon give him half a chance. I can to that home for help as an Island of safety The block L
think el five excellent reasons to try and they range parents In Duarte were also Instructed to notify the sherIff aoo_
from three years old to eleven. if they saw any strange-looking characters either parked -N rw Yr J
near the school or hanging around where children gathered -

I My children have to walk a mile to and from school every YEP JEST fflWAAL' BETTER MOSEY DOWN--- T CHANGE -
DEAR ABBY: Every Thanksgiving my mother has the day here In Oregon, and I sure do wish they had that IEM NEW MAILORDER1.LIKE BARK I III I TO TH'STILL AN'SEE IF THAR'S I BRITCHES FUST" -
family ever for -a big family meal This means 10 adults BLOCK PARENTS plan here. I wouldn't worry so much r* BRITCHES FIT VE J ON TREE I 111 V ENNY OF THEM INFUNNEL {, I DON'T WANT ,)
and II children ranging from I to II years old. Mother MRS. E. SMITH JEST PERFECT PAW REVFNOOERS NOSIN'AROUND 1 THEM NEW ONES \ "
is not young any more and she has no one to help her DEAR MRS. SMITH Where the safety of children Is. SHOT FUII '
prepare the dinner, but she starts the day before and says concerned, your local PTwould welcome your suggestions 'fJrJ'J I OF HOLES ;; I
she enjoys fixing the turkey and pies etc. Before dinner, Why not bring It up at the next PTA meeting! AD xc C
all\ the women sit with the men drinking highballs and that Is necessary for this plan to work Is the cooperation of
listening to Christmas records while Mom and I set the one mother In every block In"your school district

table. 1 help her serve, and the two of us clean up afterwards :.;
while everyone else sits on their posteriors I a /
I don't think Its my place to ask the others to pitch In, CONFIDENTIAL TO "ALSO MADE A MISTAKE BUT Z ,
but wouldnt you think they'd know enough themselves to WORE WHITE": When I advised thusly: "Don't make two
offer without being asked? Maybe If you printed thisthey'd don't wear white," I did not mean the kind of "mlitake" iuI
take the hint you thought I meant. The mistake was la her flnt'choice..
I would not recommend white formal -
WORN OUT a church-type wedding -
DEAR WORN: Hints wont help Recruit the womei and for a divorcee Sabe, anted? ICC e LIT S SAYS AND ON A COUNTRY ROAD
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starch for the legendary Actress Jlyne (1937) Spencer Tracy wont '
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Dear Iletelse: I I terrific hint My husband1 liked!I Dear HetoUe: Also, there Is a liquid which I'[r.*" u-I ''O STAilT AMVTMII* j r irx.'rlu
Since you lest all hints, I'm It. too Try It It always bothers me to see'can be brushed or rolled on the I!: MW, uT TOO 6O>o.OMSI *.y TO ) a taetns
tan your husband must have HELOISE I little children out in wallpaper to make surface
some food laughs! 1 I a a I strollers with only a their I washable. It la used any mostly;I N t'tIv 2 1 .

Does he ever tease you about|Dear He Joist: j around their feet around stoves light switches, I 1:5:
some of the experiments you'I Our son has just recovered When my children were littlela )which normally gets a lot of ,
try! from an Illness He needed a' ( long time ago!) I lined tot fingermarks and above hot air 1 I- I
Inquisitive=steam vaporizer all night put their feet Into a large paper j registers .
An you kidding? Sometimes I found that my adjustable bag then wrapped bag, feet I I1:-
tea sore I've loot my mind!;((Ironing board was just the!,and all In a blAnket. ( Most peal stores have ai','=
For three months, I have thing for a bedside table! The wind\ did not pierce preparation of this kind. I

had a piece ol plastic strap ea: could lower the board so the I iI I heavy bag and their huts feet 1] Ray Phillips I I I
the bathroom mirror, to seeM )were protected This b the first time I ever!1-.'
H wooJd solve lie problem'steam from the vaporizer camel Mrs. G weler sward of papering only I MM)11 re tilts 1a SEE TELL nos y 1 NOT t.
up to him. also lessening the I 1, UI '" It > 00414 Ttv seT TwtcVye tooo .,,Owcclt Pr .NOT aasLLY! ins d
of steam ea the mirror alter a a |wad. What a great Idea! Thank Acw .9 E 0A.S SNe S 50006TO I
laklaf a shower. I hazard of the vaporizer being)Dear Hekiae: I iI y... sir i ...: .r."Qo\ .. Sao 7Ut0L'1 PARKER!
knocked ever by a tossed arm ..J PI10'r
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I aged my lipstick to write during sleep busuwsa. a l 1_ I .

"Testing for Fog" ea the plastic I During the day I put the ,paint Your Idea of buying an extra|Dear Heloise: I j 1I 1- C LIIIw ( I/

wrapt so he woulda tear board up higher and kept books roD of wallpaper fur lining'shelvea A safe, out of the way'! I
tt err the mirror. and other Items for amusement and drawers b excellent : -!,place to hang women's stock I 1
Later I glanced at the mirror on It Over the years I'"e no logs la to fasten them with plas'I1ii -
e and discovered he had taken For meals, I again adjusted,tired that thrifty customers will tic clothespins to the spaces .'
llptilck: and ta big letters had the board to table height, turnedl buy an extra roll or two of wallpaper twe n the hooka on the shower'curtain. 'I
added "AId RAIN aa S.NOW! it I when .
lengthwise across the as to u.w they redrcorate. 15I
Even though he laughs at me a tray. I put plastic over 1&.1| They use this extra paper There Is m need (for moving!
sometimes, he pmlds me wtaa then put a gay cloth on top Oil I ita a couple ol years to do overl I the stockings .hen the curtain: )I
some good laughs, looPJ. (the plastic i only one wall ,the one that]I)la pushed .back iMrs. E0 ( 1
Thai tappes**: lo be e Marilyn Chaw I icatchve the mast sotL f Raymond Green' !



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J heard this exuberant and vital Cuban missiles, the troubles In
By CYNTHIA LOW RY it can be truly said" declared nuclear war was his greatest:our world to Immersed In our I
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1 (I i and hope for peact. It 11'11a President during hit short administration B TODAY AT 1:00
f KENT YORK i API "I thlnl Kennedy that the threat of took for pearl were his greatest so Intense a participant 9.20EXPLODES
glory"' I in the great decisions of our -serll1uI and somber. program I 3:05, J.10.: 7:15
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Mid Heels A PAIR fort plia good looli.ftunlutUrA led coiton print in holitlay. i ,
Low Heels cotton print stay Bright bright rvlorn, No Ironing, a joy
Stacks in j, through moy wihhing*.32.10. to car for, Sl/ri S-M L,
OFF All Heights !
RAOY Values To

tOW-LOW-DIS.COUNT PR/C[. $19.95 a Pr. tOur
Low Price 899 to 12.99
LESS 200 2.00 w
You Pay 6.99 to 10.99

10 TO I

t ,
i 1 1 O O
1..1rM1IC1.. a".....tI.....,a.r br..d d .h... i d1i
".cti..II, ||j MEN'S INSULATED
I BOOTS o0 o 1 t t ,. s ,
W." rq.Itat!
i ChW... ....... M aIACK ONITM
cairn wilh.., I CORK SOllf A..iIei .,
N.S hie wet! GINUIN[ LIATNIR s
R..ii/a"r Se ...... J UPPIaf v.Iw Ie.1S
h* .n4 kntlw! I% WIb C..wii 0N Tb.r. Fri. Sire

Wtnt....mw....HMTI..... I N { 1 w,. "2t!! iPs I Ir
k.. .... te.iu.
._ cletlll
lightweight, soft, flt ibl.!
Don't dttd brt king-in; '
Wo,,'t stretch .r bend *iitf ? ; 4
shop! MEN'S

lltth "<...' YwMi a.. ..,,' i FAMOUS BRANDS + USE OURLAYAWAY
Si.. tVt ,. II Sot. ijy, .. J 5..2N7 '

$344 $388 $444mw 1 DRESS SHOES / SOc Will Hold Any
_'I eM4wnr Mn" .M
P.... i'* N mr'.l. f. N F"'. .'i 0 e.r OFFMEN'S .. No Carrying
Pair 100 S {' h ///Choeg./ .
2 2Peirrer ] ..
for 0 TtcirriDrttct ) ,

CASUALSfi$1 VALUES IOM 4t TO ., t .c

S2I A 1 "+ nl ,
FA II ,\

OXFORDSGenuine 2 EYE TIES. jirk flannel pajamas misses' flannel nightie / misses' flannelette! p.j/s

U.tK f ILACIWMITI .ll EVERY PAIR YOlTllKNOW. A COOM pica from a colorful array Dekcauiy feminine with Luiily Naudcal: and oir* .. this middy
UPV rn COLORS 1 I (pot fmteriaW lope wilBciM* embroidered dctaib oo Ih4 )ol.. maid pu|>ma irhh printed fruit
SIZES 6 TO 12 ENTIRE bw.tlag solid color fronm. Cot. Tat tnt lot rw&l'irt Cotton la and solid color p nu. Gittow latML
LJmit I Pir SIZIS 4 TO ie $1 1 OUR STOCK Of WORKVALVA1 f atk,Slew,eanlie.Stae*JO-11. pink, U.e, W,*. Mart Zl tQ. {MU!, Llu, pube. SUet 3240.

r TOAIL 1St 1.99


a I l t
In Food hi Shopping Center i

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.V 12 Goirmyill. Sun Thursday, November 19, 1964Cttstodiati's ....

11 'FEMALE HELP WANTED 21 LtoitKk b Suoolloocon lOHTSftSUPPl'O 1
I II Scheolt ft InitractltoiFROHOT !

COCKTAIL WAITRESS bid. IllCa,5N ,.., w fJS
1G CALV" amidmonugP ..
Over M. Apply in line to ThinlyOltOf ",", oc. Tr.lnl. D.Iry Pmlv.h .... 0mWtM' ..'. WlltoniM MOW M F or. ..,," ",
NOWIS --- 431 NW Illlt ... ........,.. Cau,_ Class' ,. PI.. N -
in N.Y. WAITRESSES WAiiTio- 551 _..... mawN1', PuNNN Ccl.551. con oiiiin
Pay APOn In 5111.5 of M. A"", 'Uf .11 W. un" A... WANT TO KNOW MOW to propofiyllnltn '.11
THERE Tormlnol Rnl.urooll 127 W. your Oogt tor morkolt IMAcomo 4 KITTINI tlN mum Cotyoung mnd
Unix II... Mud mtxi. ouploM KM Tom Cut
CAREER eon M ft* Ion' CPA OT.THI.
OLD COUPLI wind womM
Brings Yelps ANNOUNCEMENTS < r i iI May houto, ovivo Is'. ond ".. Trolnm lor Rollwd Comnwnktun .. CO.PHOIIVO Mini, 41 POT tout _
I hi Momorlip. ::: 'T'' ( ... mill' Inquire ot .,,, NW pool II,,". Mutt bo t"f.... r or. MtkorFMX.. Goliwmlllo. or Aloclwo' BOB WHITE QUAIL
idle. groouilo orl mwMNMI mid
4th It nLlvo
lOlk WI7H4M DrnM tuoll
STILLEY I Corg of Ttunln all NW
By good ctioroclor
: pdytlcolly prteod Man** to
Hoof 4 Fount ale nle" IM" kl good MAIM will not color Mind II wi.1111... .r- and .uonllly4ttlfll
NEW YORK AP Nevi opt
( ) : ohoro h no nnt fm with roliibio > ronoomonti will' modo ForInlormollon Alomuo, Ftorldo.
: '
York long has been known as a 4 PwwuiiiM torvlcoo ".,. miMio! ixty torcmnponlllMlilp well :": mmm. sd 10 PETS ft SUPPLIES .-- -- -----
5 Tr.v.! Informing l AlotBuo 4tM..4r .roil sod sin- numMrARC to AKC ...1._. trI Cotorod "..
city of big financial operators < IPKM Nol_ Iff "* WAITRESS WANTED I., '.0. Son H Ml' WINIATUKI, DACHSHUND IK ...... I mo* end I -?,...

But hardly' anyone would have > PUflltt .r r HOWARD JOHNSON RUT. ton, FlorlOo.I PUPPIIS. AKC I oiock 4 brown moy M IMD a/ 9011 NE, SIN
I *.by Slum, Child Cart Apply In porton Mat NW iltit It I WMI old otforoblo Pitt. Worm.M II.Il
find flock of
to their I Ir
expected a 'A 21 btoitock fr Suppta OW ono Mot. m,. FR 45SM.wkt .
t Plies 1 T. 8. And )I' HOITISI Pam Ie"
sweeping out the little red IS AHrocllvo. ... Mpkilt Hum
Thlngi' T. 1stAUTOMOTIVI .:J II yoon or ovor GERMAN SHEPHIRD PuppISsd .
schoolhouse. !' nlng -... Appry Mr. FoMn Unk TWO FONIEI tor wlo I pinto with .It. AKC .... I'l nw,.>. ;;.
_tylM.W.ITlII' u dd16' Il45i FolomlM .'"' ord. UO KmilM, Mlcompy ass SIN "U TICKASHA MUM troltoj
Thus there were gasps 1 of THE mutt bo twit. ... dip 51"'1. Phono l-mi. cal_ "'" I.J. PM.CHIHUAHUA. It portocl W"""..**"(71. ..It*"Sj
1 toko
amazement here and elsewhere "..,..., ovor II. 4 M to I MPM PUPPIESiMulltm w Alas, I mllol ooul*
.. Iund... of). OoliriouMRotlouront HORSE PASTURE ly ....
M AirBiww' SUM. ....,.,. .... X Aloenuo' M Nowborry
when it came to light that clly] FR 4SOO.ptvti For NOt rootonoWy. .. .. tiny ARC Rot oltor 4 P.M. ...-.1...
n rruckl hr UK Niwborry ROM V4-17M Ml up. 171-Sill.
school ;;OTHiil T
custodians were among yr. old MIId 1..4111maln
It truck WMK, ..,
VIs' t.111 -
the highest paid people In the H r,...". Truck ...,.. rotpontlbllltloi of houtohoio: .
nation.A tor I .... MdOIo! .0.4 will.wlen. .
N Trtlltr ..ont.l.U .. em,,... 11.111I.U .
number were found to be _,.,. .. t SCMlirlM

making more than governors Autvnobiw .,. TIME M.I. H.I, WontoiIIRVICI yNERE
IS AulgnwDlln tor MHM ,
mayors of large college WORTHWHILE STATION ATTENDANT
Flrtlgn i Iptrtl Cin
presidents and even school suprrlntendcnts. ..... ouprrlmco mtulrMi' diy
17 Auhn WM1dEDUCATIONAL work Paul IMII III'snlilS (lot.,
51." Pa 14 tntirtloll. 71

One wound up with $53.000 for DISK CLIRK liTpirloncM; Inoccountlng

.. l>irt or Hill nmo
a year's work $3000 mon Sohn H 5 ran5ed, la11Mr. t

than New York Gov. Nelson A II tcrwoit' '..IIuctltlll' l Ala ',..k. U......", '..

Mu".. D."" ,.. SALTS INGINf AVON
Rockefeller and New York
City] M WMt -lnilnKtlm 0,_." ....- or iquol tarlorgo
Mayor Robert F. Wagner TOu. ,, _,...1.. ...-.,,_ com.pnyo .
win ...... ,.,." opn.
Another made $46,130. B) Sand rooumo to ItrMtcon Intor.Mtionoi .

comparison, School Supt. Calvin IMPLOYMINT ::: : : I..., loot NW I7tn Avo,
: Mloml '1.. Call 444-4591.
A. Gross gets $45.000 a year. 11 F""niU Hill Wut<.4It :. MwNgmlm, Iii mpan/unlty wi' we

Of the city's 870 custodians) M.H H.15 WMiMII III" mod .me aNILICTSOLUIC THIS WEEK'S is ON
Milft-Alilt. If f"m.l4. COSP. SPOTLIGHT
some 68 were In the $25,000-plui 14 I.IH HNP" WwtadUWork I2H NW 5. II.

bracket. WwilM ftmOtW TWO MEN WANTED II to 41 TOWN HOUSE
GET pm m5..N .......,.. ...u.' lot m4ceMkally n.
How did this situation come 17 .rk Wind MM IncllnoO Miy moondouOlo Z04l.W. 1th St.

about? your ......, Inc_ If yow l t.' S Slim S.ah.0 Ul M 441

cm ouoilr Call Pirmnol Mon.otor Homo ... Thin I II C',illo'rruo s
Long ago the ruling elders ol mtlIt AM Try the Town *
FARMS fr LIVESTOCK :' 0'.1 f IIf': >.nilly ,,,'eu...'. H.mo-CMk4t fl.l ... |utliko
concluded TYPIST OINERAL | C I
the school system 24 Farm Bqulpmmtr CLERK OBI It IS. good oppor.hmlty Moth..'. ... Ik. ..|.,. It .... Dolly "....1.1."

that It would be better to farm FM4 i rtrllllMrU tor ....,..... end .... lJi'J ; t plut ,., Ny ef ckkkon, ttook ... M.,..* rflikos

out the janitorlng job than to setup Uvntock ft IUPPIIMIt .0.nc...........",,.. High Phono" Khool FR 41131COLORED OAicotlon do 4f ...kid .. wotor. Alwoyf hah pipiiif h... ... .>-

a large organization within LiMKirlKf Tee MlJO READINGIN hr. icily 1 a. you like the.... D.licloui .....wleh.. asdhem.medm
: Haut M wk Nwelt. "d.rtoront"Itooff
the to do It. Coo 1 IvnHiMII THATBETTER ......,. Must be _'. cioi. Wont 5 rofroikmfly
system LIviilKk WithFINANCIAL Apply' I I. Si,_ only, t It A.M."- Try our ffopotrult >io.. The Tow Houto ..1.
As a result, custodians be C.rnnnllU't. nt W UnKr Avo.lALftMAN comot you doily, 7 A.M. to P M. Como n you

came contractors. As Individuals a.. Cnvol' drott ..Ie_.. "Cot tho Town Houtohobit"
5. fat ..."*.. routiAM
they contracted to maintain U-ll. met b* _.... e.,,

and keep the schools clean. The U .u.I.... OppnrlunlllMa 1714711 from 11 _d.... *

Mwwy to Lan NEW hams 101......... miry" plus Wotch for Nut. Wook'l SPOTLIGHT
.- money they received was based) ._mll"on. Now ce"ps", mm..
of school. H M>" |.... Ing to Colnotvlllo mall, ttrkt.ly .
size the
on N Msniy W"1dMIRCHANDIS. _"...."... lond guilltlcotlon
I I .Out of the lum plum they; wmmory to aitooivlllo lun ao. DINING *
441 A "
were to hire whatever help was I COCKTAILS
all .
and for equipment
I necessary pay : POrt Tim. 372-6232 PALM LASSO TlHin M P.M..I 7 emit.HUMPTYDUMPfY .
and materials to do the 41 w..,,,, W any' : 0... ovory till" tor year .... UNIVERSITY INNChorcool
41 MKhlnwy k Twll TWO MIN ,loynwnl tram A M. to I A.MK04 301 NW too ItollM slMk Room Smorgookoird >
Job. '/ mil ."k... 111. _k.WI" Cocktoll Hour I .. ,. t
4) iu'lamg M.IKHIi ... ',M nunNy ....1...
lo P01 A PLEASANT LUNCH rlnM fat tho plan M 1. On
0 Whatever was left over was *.,lao .... I74.44M
44 HwulwK' OoMt "" S Hol 5m44wkh. CMr. .11d itS til t A M. to oMy OrlHInlCombo '

their own pay. 41 AntlQIJM :. CARl FUNLANOAmuMHnw thrimpMlchilob 4 Rlcnord. ,...., .,.-
CAREER on Tip tro IMI I W. ISIS ... FR 4-144t
the ... .
M' For
About a year ago system 44 >"
emma to .... ontf Olr. ROOM
Mm .. ''-31. Wo od undir SCHOONER HAPPY HOUR I to I PM
.* came under official scrutiny as 47 TrMIn ,... P." C,... 11. tchcolt li Intlruct '"P5(5' 'ADMISSION II \m W Unl.. A.o. I Cocmolli lor trw prko, 0( I
4f PuN 011 a Wood! .,_
Ul prlmo lcooMod
stories .
of AGED 00.1.4mM
the result newspaper WANTED 101) W5/ Unh.lty M..
70 Pita Mirln 'qul. In otcounty PRIZE ? to pirtictlon.Dlno .
to work pro thop A STEAK
custodians' income. end D.... .. llvo nwiMovory
on 71 C.", Hunt PIM clue Mutt bo mot tour.in WANT TO SACA IPO.TS Our 14 M llrloln tor n Ml .
.Probes were undertaken by a ,_. Sod .n.nalc. M dIfmu CART Do It on Wio "KALI Or CNOOM from o ....... ....... 'RrA'NS"' '
n Olllct 'qul",1IIIn pl,..... fm .... fat .001 THE
ottorO. Our tr Kol
newly Installed school administration Mutlul MircluntflM' THE till Em"flilg,, you ulot, Cm 4 .... tor .11 rnoK ck*. DUTCH TREAT 41411 NW ISM: It. 1TMIIAOVERTISC ,

and by Herman T Stlch- moO.lt O'VILLI MMIoluro' 1101 W. Unlv. A'. IN VHS
ol What Is Good Ability RKw.r
man, special commissioner .",. PIRECTOHYDININOMUSIC' .
Investigation for Gov. Rockefeller. REAL ESTATE FOR SALI Without Opportunity Town House
II Mown Homo! tor 5.. DINING *
,. Public hearings were held 0.,1u.1" vtlenla.4 10. mpmoiil I
U Lad tor nut ..'.......'1... Vial" 5m/W. to" 2204SWI3thSt.
by SUch man. M Wdorlronl Pro mnsy m.... mull metlI ..,.1"_ w- ITALY IN GAINESVILLE Old P..hlemd Root tMTllndw COCKTAILS

A school official testified that 31 Cain tor MlMCoiiKH ..nl.Ion. 1I'.n.I., Its nlwP.Nr. Clio by ..nll.light In ",. Mllgnt. 'chit Ice Cn.m
1 .m ml, ImNlsnl 11m. lul otnwjtphtro of ItolylMOT A & W ROOTBEER STAND GENERAL GAINESSTEAK
th. custodians were getting tor aNA dlmla auor.'ood. T.I. It
RMl ...... ..cII...... m CNN NN.n .... m.,. MIIN..O't SISTAUSANTst.Clallm. 1307: NW lltn IIII ROOM
I"4 "two to five times more than '.., ,_,'u111115. trlngo, 5nFIll. In L..am,. PI.... '30 A M II:M P M. PN/uew u.I. Prim ... Cnom
M h.r III.,. WMI*.. p, _,,_ N. Nhm ..II.'... lImllmft ,.... .. toiN
In NORTH san.d N took! proporod 10 your
J What Is being paid private ... IANDWICHII
1170 111 '
NiMMrN .M.
W Out tt Tom Propertylutlnoil 11.1 A.rvlw. dill Mr MiOmm me on our opon KooXK. Holldiy Inn
In SUN PS .111I S5.IwNn 17$ d m UNad' Midsy5. ,.,',,,,,1 TutIt.Cor .
that Ntrnda ml .
added Mr. FR 4.4744.
? :'I industry He per a ProptrtlM" iMt Ron .... long tv* IIHI: n

wnnl Inspections he found many) 41 P.otMnllil ,....... I tm Now RDAST 0'......IIIF.,..,SANDWICHES U' nnn IcMlti. Lowmbrog on top COCKTAIL0

ichools weront being kept 41 Porml 1 ....... I |i-Holp Mil .r ,..... ALA 55 SHELLEY'S.
lit W. Unlv A>. |.M NW lit Ay LOUNGIS *
41 Co>oio4 Prtporty N.mateITALS MR SANDWICH SHOPADVERTISE i tor ,
'loan.. lALttCLIRX fo, .....,.. shin, M C.Myn PIN. .a:71a115 05111.ryLARRY'S -Pot, P.apm do own"
"i Speaking In defense of the ,.j a 31 P M. .. It M. Apply CHIogoInn I THI CYPREU LOUNOIfutlc
custodians was Harry G Mundt 17M W. Unlv. A.lNo IN THE 01_,. Ion MuollDrIMi
phono coin 5aUlli lIt 01110,11II
president of Local Bit of the In- 4t-l ColorM' Properly P.tnl.u. CENTRAL 1..rIonc loloiporton', ;wontod'W"MARY SERVICE DIRECTORY I In W.;. UII."I" Annum A. tut LII. thorn
OPEN If HOUII ADA., 0001 NW lit: II PR frMM.
lernatlonal Union of Operating( M Coti.gn tor Sap *

t fcngineers The local represents: 44 41 Unlumltllo4 Purnltxtt" Aplh A.... REALTOR MOELLER TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF

most of the custodians, who, Inmost Sill W unlvurilty' A...
cases, must pass ... I
41 HOUHI tor Pint Un"" MOTOR LOUT SALESMAN CALL 378.1411.
' service tests. Roomo tor Ron CARRIER

Mundt unpaid as president of to M.III. HomoIi Wo fiivo ._,.,. tor Tran'.... molt,
M _.Of. 5044 .mlng. It ymi
the local hut a school custodian MI... ...,.1. mans. ,,_po,.."" N. ..,.,. Hrvn
IIA Winlrt' To Riflt pear .5 n 5.1.... won 100
himself whose last publicly reported FLORIDA') lltllo' low",,,,,,,. ".... tall Mr.Ciputo. "
., .
II a. Amend -p
Clrculollon Doot
for was $31500 ,- '
I pay year U oaks Dnk I.... Alum Sum, 171-1411", oil It, I I* ,
that there had
maintained M iutln.it RonlollSIRVICE T atom

been no wrongdoing by custodians 14-Soloi, 11.1, W....* ,

and that "the taxpayers This Weeks1I '
\ their full value." YOUNG mon toln pNn EMI work
have gotten .."... on Wes mirkoti 10, tnillonol
union and a Ipoclol lorvlioo WANT _.... ..
t- Late last month the toinry' ontf oPMMO.
a Home Imp'n...1l. corfumltnoo. ...., tt
school administration agreed on 5m M3A Ooliiotvino, tun

new terms. 14 lids a TV UrvlcoII LARGEST VOCATIONALLY:; 0' I TU"'O' ir'rmntrn' J
Appll nco 1 PumihirgWANTAD [ } [
custodianwill Our lot mM Indl. a pOmallalcim
It provided that no ,. 110I.., canpiW will 511
keep more than $28,000 aJear too mM Min, 511 NI.let _
Mud pna1N NMV.w4
Under a new formula I"." opn. Morrlod mon owt \
school size only five RATESPH. 15-41 .,....... 110I... M klgHKnonl
based on ,_..... CoU Mmogor.PR 11.
er six will receive this much. Announcements 41M1oaw Special

h The bulk will get between $13; 378.1411 aul CHEMICAL CO. .mmd \
01. to ,.... null G.I.... 111.T.rrll .
.*... 000 and $1!,000 a year. In some ..v. U. to SILaS In s ysa..

.:: cases the figure will drop as low forCloiilfied MARKETPLACE I LOST t FOUND PIN.wskly w_ .11..1 5011c plum 5w Mir nm5lma. NPm.lemw .

about 8500. D..'. C. 115 1:1120: Pt.W. y .
as OnlyDEADLINES 'LADIU D"x05' A,..... w"o eSCN ..,"' ,. "...
5O" ,,_ In m Lot -
/N c.... Pn5a510 lit In .kl. aAINESV/LLI A'-
1 Packard Ity ot ..m...iln. Ihoeplrig Cmtor w..IN a 01" N W5 IA wMwp _
Viiiicc cm PP. 4 n*>. on 55,1. If man 7r

FOROOT ._. b tf4 ._.. WA per 015110. AM SW II.5t. .
<* cor. NM.m .0 sm It ImMH. TOYS
To til UFOn I roll. Ills City, Pirk. Nl lunAvo.
Speak Tut.. III" ,rI. Piss M t wN N mil Sus ml It.NI1.e5 : h
a.tln.. Sac ...... puMF noun, nlgM. Rnnr Cell / and tamvN.lnp 5WI ,
Character'Vance ...TIMP ,.1- miss too .....Y Had.M
tw M smeN M .NM yu
,, .... Ie p III ..... ,...... 4 PERSONALIZED SlRVICImnrrTrNl"'bloiiND.Nn "... ..... as, ,11.5 Feel
Packard noted author 11.01 aim. ..,. to di. tw ..,. 101"" '__
I t rtolMiy, I.... PrMoy 4 to t
of "The Hidden Persuaders" For M. to oo m Mon. HM... Lit EAST WAY toocR pmIs FM lot N) AM M t PM. ....
I .... MlMinimum. dAn Nee to Mono I to a FM or pnmo 171 nil tor
will speak at the University I ( 141 4 llnoil' (ALL :175/55 f01 1.tN1Im .5.
Auditorium tonight at I pm. I $054orMry In,1,111m. III

tF's FlorIda 1 I-w..11 Wontod' ......
Sponsored by the KUT '11 HURL (IAUTY IALON.

Union Forum Committee. FAMILY RATES b.y ms a Suamm MAID
All inrli gu ari'.e
Packard will speak on the subject I Intortlon .. .... 141 Nil* ........ W HP IMmiot ll u *p OHlrM diVi wort COM 17MM4

"What's to the I Iniortlor ..... IM lint 14 I. UnM. A... ".112. OHH SPM.MEALTN .

Happening" I Intortlono ...... I7< KMII -P-.I.1A.1fIL.-! NURll wM toko cor* ol
American Character? FOR duels KM* M' Mr nmo. Trook
IntortWll ...... 141IIMTotol S SPECIAL HOTICLSTETITtIrpoba6'IMsso6lbemi. mm11t tor tItmr0.d. TM 51.1 Ife
Packard Is one of America'sforemost Coli 451, .... SM ......

American Mtorgo computo by rmM.5k6
of a
muI.5' .. lot" linn em'. Ns new, mil ...,,""' ,2
the social .. ...,.. COLORED bOY IT,
life and his books on I Fno tetlor' worot per linooornod ym1 Lew. AI.Irmn
.. wANTs .... ottor ockool. Dlin.wotno. .
numbor ot .Sm,1.,. 0. to ," "" P.,
the 5 0V
silences are consistently on HY .1511 _or 5iba. CM. OTUltHOUSIKIEPII .
best seller lists SUGAR CANE JUICE -

lie graduated from Columbia COM to tin mill 114 ml. WottOt 4wHn 9 yoor OW g.rtl wonltwork
S Pelt In aurwntllo' eta
J. M. ,roles nib NW sac
Graduate School of Journalism Sams is I linn mdtry" 451 wnto JM Sym 4.
,. PIm FP MlK'
... no. Iniwooo. FKrido. .
In 1937 and spent five years as 12 point NEW *LOll Anon snot wit* Mw WOULD ItOe M M IWJM n coooTI _

a newspaperman with Boston Oo.-A-Diot Tobloti tnt w.... MM. VKX. Pri. SINE:
nine oo a Awe rmory tygo OnlY Of 050n. Cmsva Onllt wmvm emon c. I toO N50oa
and Ned York papers His critical 711 t'.T VI W/.M15

evaluations of America n I S.by S.rt..., Ck>U (.,. 10
18 Point II S .ImtrwOioiti1OWELTTlUIINlU

life and business methods has Smio M 4 levee Irel.aryy11 WILL .1I. I0OWmI on my This speci.l good we r ;
remedial legislation 5. mM _. Say. me ems_ 111v. COlLE6l DAYS
'produced Am Ave. RIAL ESTATE AMCLA5M1 ,

in many areas. 24 Point 571/1,1 NOW ",."''NO. RldlNNINOCMt l

SKCILIIKT CMM Can 01 C. $2.00 I as.v. items pjg h eoen

Story Time At lomo oo I MIN o<.Muey. typo AND Mmo. PmtoOl y_ Rlf- I M w. II.... A.. PI moNtOMKHOOi >

NwKMPl.anS I 111tH
Ot komtt woo bo o.i. A m 5 r kon
Library FridayStory MOULD .... ..,oo ......'" 10 can hiwM, f.v o Ion MOM. Mckov EOmmIKiel i ed.
f MR
lor A cwon. _... Homo ,... < o. P t ION t
36 j PI. Ino lo como ... ton .. n* tot
Time for aged
_i.. mo PIOC,. Real Estate Exam
Ito 7 will be held at the Gainesville .
KIOOiI' COAT CHILD CARt COU'" vtrtiiert cnly. Each week
Public Library from 3.15 -. N I Hnoo grOMory typo 0... IMM or Mom II"ING SAm. let
tUt N< Hit A... ,rt440> 1511 55 55 M CCOt ..,...... '
tb 4
pm. Friday
MaN a II.. N Cam lOr

This week, during Story TM lrtvlln tun will not Mbmrroct liNt lor CIVIL 5ENVICII.mSN.i. I f a sw west e1 sp.ci.lI

Time Cub Scout Pack 82 Den _... tor miq MM w LAY SCHOOL P" Niw.alNmw
mtiitlo*, nor win Rbo wr'6 n.N a pw..i 56Ii
IJ;: H. will present a puppet show Noow tor ony orror P> ... USED v.s M and tor __. ln.Np Ito .w.
.- "of their own making "8 r. r uortuomont to orooior ononl to sepv es sins Aamms .. an.5. wr will W effsmJ5 watch fee
An ens 51St If n1S ... NIsMmd
'": 3Ubbit and the Tar Baby." Mrs 5. m. llm M tM rvm.VS.'m 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED

Shirley Weber Is their Den 1. Sm WIusW us "A1H''.. ...._ AVON
Pet mum '
5 I M aqn a RAMN
Mother, The storytellers will I 1 miMrliw' mono m's vu'.. If mens -- W.sI Speoi.l
515 -, __.Ms-ail M Ms I Swa_ CALLING
-be Miss Betty Wambler and I
? atmnoea Apvs. -N ant. "
Miss Jan Watklns.L TM oMonHio .... rotoi o4 e_ _. ..0... Pews v
v aM mI.Ssm l5 -- 15. P m 15.i. .r imm. "NAVI A WONDEPFULCNSISTMAS R I those 378.1411. ,
Hour for children aged .
Story : Hen... wy Nee 11.5new m0.5
"I la 12 will be held on Situ areas aS.lumSdI Nd N Sun 'NI1 YIAI' 4
M -... M 415aees..mem CAPS Sol Trost '- Iahal5.r
.; :day morning between It 30 and MM w.4M aid ...... ww5Av.

w '11.30. The storytellers are ..1w.m N Pi pNSt N woe Want Ails ... W.,. ,0. ... ....

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Tkurtdoy, November 19, ,4

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NOR 1 HWES r I -rlOERAL QUALITY 'Oft SALI 1,41-3 0,1. 10 0 II aJr I 'R. 54 w ....... roomy IUMME HOME
TRAILER SALES HOMES $11100505" "",lOr. /41504, (5111,5. 55th 0-tub, 1504 01 cloool 4 'R. At mwm M iMwonrw 110311LS. N 010/11.1 I S Y'I

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WaN JoIIn_ ".". .tW I." P %>. 503 Mil" t IrnX ..!.. HlMnftrmol -
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Mum. 50kIM cilhoovol 12' WIDES MOIILI MOMI IPACIAVMLAoll LOTS FOR SAIL tw$%V' .111. TM 30 0 0 G It 1'1 V 0 L T
wiling .unllont corw. ,...,. I Oo$. PI.Otn i. ACROS% 21. Dolt
.04 on.1 mo' rnl ""old. louii, 300030551 "44, 101 05505,0 Pot. Call ui .110 .nC. two up ISO Mymenll. 371- 2 BR under $4,000USE 0 MlM' NarHl oil MChortot .lots, OIM Its Un4>4 lor plk 55 1010$ 01 1545 $11015. mony Jsp. .
lin oiler '.01 ,.... 0. Norrli Mar.PKenootHMt MARY MOELLER, -'no 10550$ Is. Mis S $00 4.St7Pion t" 11 It S i N T R II 6. .

I RENTAL. PURCHASE OUR REALTOR 1014155 0/I, 55105.1.0450$ lOIIeny.1' 4051"0450 0 .501 00L1. .II! G t 0 L. 0 G liT

KINGMON15. HI* W. U.1voro1ly .... ... 15110111, 1001. 7..rf dmllil
5011,5 Mn..of
1110 N W. 11110 $1. lower immodlcto. down boymtntOP under Kfnlo hl.'nl'1 V lp It
00.1.w5505 10'. w50d .. TtAl GAT
mUll TOTAL COlT III HOMES INC. c....,.... .. """"' N.W H. CRAWFORD bh LW 2'1. Goool
CONTRACT Will II LIUoyr. NW 13th S. it 6th St. 4 ASIOCIATIS, IN'.C 510 f 0 5.10.1111 M 11.fr..rut SI.Rdlil tou5 A .!! T Co A N 0 El 2 tpaynl0nt
flnonclni ovolleMISEE LAK. MOPMTIII AfPI
CONNOLLYAUjbllo 441 N at City Limits P.IAITOP.MWUnlv. Aol > ", II.. N*. II 50.10555, )I..nd I N to" It It A T t D

Horn SUM, I.... I 1 lBodroom DAD AND BRAD LARSEN SM in for bet buy In (iainot.villt. JT0.1JJI e0 tun.CANAU \0LT. T t 0 oS
12. Raemnt
m.bln' .1151305.. M. WOODED LOT 52. Color
IAKI OINIVA Ask for our iptclal dn toll M.IM H. on OIOH.MIptp

floor Dr""" P/out.4.loci.7,.yoor. ", II.Nnmtlnf Iou"of TRAM U S"II count prlctt.' W. cannot and lOT X dew 15,..W Howlhomo wo. I7..:lotntlel P.4.>. M KMT e.... Croon frinlit 13.10-,. 1'0<0II brownS 0' 1IsnIlDA' Pu221E
On It !
CJovlll. IM I mite 1 .. el will undersold 1t.nlrJ 3 3.5.llIn&
U. not M
Oft L eoniidtnng
30 -
n.mn $ 500115,. H."", .. THen AU SlV'1. 44s 101 ""OM". !."/, Gardner 4LFye's I.Prlckl1H.
._ Open evonlnoc one lunooyo quollty. ion ...11..... In Chontitly vend
23 Y... Strvlc Exporlorxt Ae.... Thoio tote rongo In utoIrom IS Hw505 ... Set.Q (Milo'" 34. tltiar" Clr 5 I.rdrll wd eoat

,FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY WYATTTrailer OPEN AM .- S PM l"i to I ocrn .. or* 1 chl"h feat U. AnRlo3.01050540103
0051,4 Iron now to UtOO C..0 NEft TUN ; = !
CLOSED SUNDAY Or ....... ore ... .- C.II Wol* 1 i nomi. Ml M kll .15103051 SS. (.11'" SnUG !rI"" Wroy1t.
tor ......., I7MMI, Honol, por>Mot Hoort. tonfHIyore OIIot 3U. A olls'1 11.10101.11 tlf fond

*or k* / utllt mrtmonoMi' Sales '''0.' t'4 low 000. 50 154 LAROI OMuillul Hit In N W polio, pool inimb.rili 19.Jut dowlI ....Ih... 5. Had d.htt
c.NJ1Z."U 10/043 M -SSIv 510011.0. *" Sod As, tocotM Mloe.nl' I* cltHmlrl > Mlh FMA or Poy ooulry eM ..* Y phn.anl. 6. rUrf 1r4oR
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CAINEJVIILI 444141.1500503 I. l1 310 .ldllo. up .. Will City, order. AIM Urge ton Moll, 11th 00. Coli 171...... 1ft .u Fane. Jaly 110-l: 7. DrPaYt
thoilo on* A''..'.. Knot*. t
UPHOLSTERY Trovol troll.** *> [ .b'. .. Woue Hoot lull I miiMn 1211 NW Utll $1. I I* ....,;;-Iii 1 2:1.: E53ytbrt 41). llard wood t.l'nu.uel I. Dtauort
II 1511 N W. tm H Ocoln Plrot Mwilo Mom* Foonirlnf Morloito, Mllkroil. WM.OBTliPllllMMor. 00,35 M. SpSry. Down 00"1 051 WMI ...... un .MM UK in Mr u"" .....
Iris litimoiot-pm DNI'" "" $0105 114 """. ....- ma51111 mil lor IN PHno J.17
I...'...,. .n and 1'2.1 :: $"'"JL; *'v-. 44551,5. No...... tM Mww P* .0151 t/ / J i/ I I' 1-01. IS 0 T If 9.T6nlhn3
$3 II yoon to tilt M Mio. riomt til_V_e. McCoy I,.me. THRu ,- 10.r.upolJ
....... 5.11. 50310411"SERVICE kMiioMn fmny roxstocoo 7 c., ( rI 11 1\.110011
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HAS .JiLT 5CI044I.* on* innnptnej. PNAIMALL.
OUR BUSINESS" LOT J_ \0- ,/4 ,$ i J=b.iU:
SALE lAys 1"11I ...........,.. 101 with I J" I 5.0.

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MOBILE lno 10 w1 !Iooon Olve Sa110t4to %
... .
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.... 00 10557ST 2J Toss .
LAST 11101. I l 10071.COMIORTASLI 988 'J IQ 1/
OF 64s I HOES OWN1.. _II.... 1p.5lsus 101, I II K.0 ill / 0 Inlf ItJ

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ONLY 4 ono lliMn). Ml .... SWFREE 0: II
401553141 T. 1.1.'
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Etrf lit 7 11 27. L>rmuTi
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M N.,. M Ml Mowthomo 28. Study :

50X 10 CALL 8l.26-tl K5Pi1M a/.wloon ,. JI 5o eoIoklarr

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lorg ...,llIc. M Mtii'y .... Illppor., TKrlltn tool ;7 J. / / 311061 PoG-
$412.50 DOWN II 4nirfl oiMtm poymontl ol. Ml It
J55.49 !
per mo. I IK. I bom, now 01 CoitolrXrig CwMio" rn-ewy, |1111, knit "JT :=
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0.51 I1 4071 Taw also .... loal PothxnMi bat
SOX 10 Malls N/Aq G54 l0 1
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2 BEDROOM I Kit ftncn **V, wuoy I .ft.to oonlo M Mini lor Will 41 41 V/- 4f 35. Bnn11o

Woll To Woll CarpetS t SATURDAY ONLY :, HOP lol>. 10lIt, .MO.Hft IIM bMg.Awl TNL1 ""." _lor OM III4I.M(II' ants molllnt tor oochpoMtrn ono: P41:00- 5l'1" !l1I.l'.orST.SUppltllca&!1145..

US.75 DOWN-$58.58 per month 101" MKiol hon.llii' .. Unt lo Louro Par tint 21II min' AI'
...,... ....
SAY NOW AND WOU OUT TH' Oolwtvlllo/ NIXIOcrolt -
DOWN ioU"'NT Owl ,. O. lo> It). 014"
1 Week's FREE Groceries low ........ on hHulli wMHk4 toll CnolMO, ...,.... Nn Vorl II. N ".
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a0 tour bod..sm. 5.s 544 two NAMI ADDP.III on< 10.... ----- --- -

2 BEDROOM ....u..... brick hen5> ... H."... fr Sol' IS "."... tor Sale IS H-.e II. Se"An
With The Purchase of tonioie M woiiwooo lilom, NIW 10. Nil Mlon$-
$485.63 DOWN-$59.37 per month ...... moro Ltliionl lo dnlt croch.1 IhMltvor
WON to All city oorvkM _., ..
": 3-It. I boll 5 u 4 153'loot. I. "' 3. 0150 10 $
III N N W. 101. O've 544 NW.IL11 Plvi I PRR I poitorno omconti u.g : _. Nil
r.th.ad, 05050,111515. 13105.105 11040504' pio. room. M NW
ANY 30155 Call 511.4511 4113 II 0451V.1105 C.-. land II in, | MlM kllcMn' OqulKWO, ..051. 054/. flan U 114 045 1510015. iMwee Mri ... MMlor
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Soy DISICT i 05034 SUND55 U COMPUTt lull' 055440 ....... 'M 1"1. TorluoP.rth_ >MnP l .slot N. ..._.... s11lr 0044504. 5544

1 BEDROOM 00 $5105 5411.11155/015 05(45 00 P10T7SnNS III ....... QulI' WILL Mil Mr tow Ihon _...*..) PUPN OP. N'U.N-t: CS Orel ..101 Ml .....
"'_'. The (.,.10'. $001. P.. 55eln' 400(44. $5.4M volu and only tin otown I inCCO. s1 p0 I50. ._..... lot
$485.63 DOWN-$ 9.37 per month Homo Kim' ronont HnoKlniUH (50/s Dan/ MttllMl MroHon inony so 1540 IS 01. 0,1', or 10"III"
N W. Mtk Avonuo Hv ll "!'. k..._ coll Iroellt en* '", 11.. I 35 I M. i LASSITERREALTY
WE 55wa5 ,..... ...."11YOU OM ottlH' Nl Ml T....... -"-
TRADE I! ASKED IS Hoyioi tor S.I.nmwli --- LAST --- INVESTMENTCotnor

: .ulllul ...... lot .
$01. 'IS NW 55014.15154 from
BUY THE BEST BUY AT Myrl Ttrwllllfor. .._. Mull 00OMI POIHtllOl. bUINMHIItH OLIN IPO.INI.I, APIA s L_
$65 MO. to to -....- Coil M Hugh ........ 1115 h.i returneelo N W. on Uroot 4 10511100110 0044 ISO '0.54
-. Norlhweit ',Melville.WITH yiuuFORDYCE CP.IIKIIOI' *oukl* Ml 1....
2 & 3 BEDROOMS 5515 ,... large III wrm HrPoco. ..
... DOWN t ....._ 1054.01.M5 All krkb Irontl Glo.fy5 Smith It.oh" Hporotg lining room k
NORTHWESTTRAILER 51451 e0 5041141' 0031n150t 0 ION pleitor wolll 330 .1101 1.5 room. Double ..,-.
I Oorogn 4 c._ wI MN C.II .... 11,10,04 S..lov. WcwiMOMiWHOUII
T rrlie II. grouMri
5 ,...,.... ..". Aiochuo Rioliy" Auoclohn ,.....". coblnell 10 155 SWI.....

SALES MOBILE HOMES INC. III 4. PormlM..In kltchom coOlnofllul 376.2448 lo M lowni MIND POOL. CM lorroollMhome
with lor I Out Pit Now
Air conoillenlngII4.1N '
,....... .405 ACRES .,...'S PMA llnonctng ronulne InlyIIM

'2702 WALDO RD. N.E.AT 4920 N.W. 13th St. I A'I 10053' city$0111105I .0Illllts15ls5w5115 CI.a' 3 54.. 101, 1 lost I Ill 4 .N/ant 504110 FeaturesOPEN **) D brko* n only Hill SILOS liming. IKownby mil.Tot .

with .
tionxnof IWon HMO dawn eMlntment ONLY, Ctrl VIIPOII +
...C,. cioiint cnt OM room $100 CASH VA 1511.
PALM LANES 176-0205 SIll nun. Ml. lo.M 4 tnwroncoRUM .
378-2311 $11.250$12,550 *** CwilruclM VI MM or na HOUSE I YOU IUV 01 IUIIBvw
Opo 11.m..| p.m. MOA thru Sot.; 1-' Sun.LIVING I 110-OMt, $750 CASH FHA. ox* H..to ywrMII M Mt uomw
--____ Thli, I kr I kolh Irl.level homi KM HM mu "tor** | II I loin
$100 CASH VA MUST IILL tut. Court teiMmen N moool home asry noting to the living.... en* hem wtik IMI MJ II H IMng
PP10M MIn 4 ... |V| Mm hmcXMCI I lay II ..... ,..... 111 boil-n 11511.. roe pun Mf I lor gorMOluiit
,.... ...."on, ... tnlMnn. We ore OIM bulMIng on totmiM tool. hoot on* l-cor 5....*. VwCM in mi IIIH' 11*I NIWIntrrmro .
$395 CASH FHA or ..... C....... polio onlly II' Nn III ..'.....,-. M* mil "': : IIP ....... Urge LI, MOPrrMiltro' -
10" 101. ...... Wall AC..0a lumtoy, Nov. ''i''r.1. N W IIAtr D. 10//11 15511 .,..
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T HUGH rmj MMunlni/ pool (..Ivll/_ JUlY .'8H' 511111 151105. 51500. .
N, IV mo. P'lvmonn) IntHMO ovorymlnf > for Hie young o>oruN... ThuS Ikr glipnol. tTMTOvt.MIAT .
i EDWARDS, (....... Illtol on lopnMtllMl EDWARDS, I kern homo WIHI 5 Urge roc.kltanon I AiProNOITIONINdjuir
r 35-00. $155 $5? .a1/y. "" '" ..... A ..ry .11...,,,, PIDKCIO to tut
INC. 10515/05 Oy Chrlllmoi. till NlIIHI INC. Ml oil ky llrrh lOkMeltPertfyc IMAM ........ Oon Hanoi
145011500tr10My 55101. CON .""'N'.L' OPrll' CON
Or 1,1IA
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.. t 310 s 3 176.1971 GULP 0AMMOr5 ::Tii'j"iji 76./971 IPAIKLIN4Ihu
IoS.v. 51 A. ..... 500550 0505. Clo50, 51n505s. with 0433. ... 4 DOWN i PM por _tIt "In
.1 to* ttoM hunting. l....... eiwrngmrm.nl. | kr homo ot or.lv III.OMOM ,..... ,* 0
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372-8404 01.155044 ..- DEATON tT;;; .... 400001051103004P *.
sots 405501.M10y

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kill a KOUM coniWor, PloruiPork 1.0310,4. 44rrlsk, 50514,?,
with' IN Ittno MvonlooMtIn RlctD IIIGHTT.r. a AixxriATti INC 378-1521
TT m,0 55515005. 110 ...'.... "/. ow.in,T o.rn lot _.. It, Orore Porirrro, ..tMitiirHAL
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1 ., 00dr55nh 101
room llrooloro, flnm' raomponou .5010. 00040 5005104 050M. CONIULTANTI
4 00.Wtl Goth. 57. 'Int ,55051. 4100010 5104ram. tkl. ISIS PrtiKOI Mough
two or_
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.. Sols. will IMo fcorttmortt 1
0m44A .5004 $045 p'NV -
!1 ftoturM *uc* ol rlroMMO, llery. I beeroomOn *.o lor "1_. I....... iOM NIIO lOOWt Then MO mh 4 II.
torgo .... toPer MM 0.1 .111 030 550 510
control Hoot MncM Cornor lonl InMrMt poyoblo PI lot
two sir ,rog Comnnlonlt 04105/lo 110100 .r AAO III 1rII I Prepoymwtl I4f .
$ 5154515044 mlghbor.nw 0.511154 4 1310.55 lit NIP _
*".oehoot. mat 0N ot 1 toM ihopp'ng men' 014LUOUSIOUS con Con_oomlorloklo,,,,, _orK 11144 NtI..1th40......* tflilonco ponoihr ol Knool. WIMIn mojvptnm > *. Coil 1'tull now to M* liniliiiry. nemo ovor lookingme
Coll !I,., C.51M0. NoyM DUPLEX 1A51 Meow UN ouHtM mo
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/ :/ohtilJu. bMlrobmo wuj In WrtM til.cnon. immOodvi tool tocolion. I II, I Ulk oockOMO "iWo, Ouo Mron ...... cmrol
living ro-xn. eollnt WOc Smith Rnltor .
gloomln 'J. J. FlNLtY mhhon' mrniM-M Pmroright 15.01... 17 N1t15.e 544 _
tamlly room
homwoo Hoen comion ills, ini W. umvortiry _VI. Jut on 145.1 Homo too I MMMJTlf inown ky Appl, Cm lit W COrPOrl Or* hrll 0 MW Oliho

plMionl U>W$ to 0 ...... NW CALC .. rtyou we too*in* $51.W 0115 : *" "* = nun 4001.040310 M meO'roplMMl
115th. .. 11$ c bom "toot mMo I
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$1,7445VITAL wim loroo bMroomt 5 00015. 041. 1011 Nsot4 01105 0 0554. luy ol It .
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IN A 1965Connolly's MOBILE HOME FROM ": owollowo 1.-:' pov* n.or unt.. PI IBM.fOU tolls N M .....- 5. II with iMn nrooieio I M4rnr.llM.rM on IIT
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... 11,555 lor 0501151010 CAN IAVI IIM... IMI k* PMA iinonco" wirn, IMyw Corner Ml III IM MA pmnor, S3. 55300 :5554,0IA: NO
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4.55 5.501.11 1.0' 4 5155 fee ot MM NW PIN A. ION!
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303 5530 111,5 010I5'V 1055,4 ...
NO W SHOWING *. ore.. COM PI 4J1IiOVIHa'OKt'OP kuy loll ,| 1517.ASSOCIATES. 4 ::: :. I boil 5504 I KVJHI.IM
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....- 044/44/40401 5.054354 t. W "J.... H. t. WIHWIrgy : LOII.L'" I 44/0 550$5
1 31 N. 55.50 14 5454 I/ 15454A515CATIII M MW "" /-. I ... I I..,.... ... 4011111. t""15151 TV If IMnul*. Control hot ouHMO hoot,Ol 11111 IM Crllimn /

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W M. Munrofc looltorAMI On4 Mil OCrO boMfttnfllylor.
A W 545.. USN. 503 GO lOOT 0410 55,4 1$044.504 51.5 100
0o1Mind N 050044. ......_ I I Prentwy .4 Ml. llll THAN II.-
1.710 5171154' 551 00/MM ..., sfwd I145 Htnrwit to C Mm- .f't:
0$1.05 lis 544
woo pwm50t. ....,. 115.. ,..... .. ,... Ml 41 mo. Mi; M| ley .. Douf MC
11111 7",. 05 ...... '''' I'
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$4. 5 rlh 01 5505013
10 & 12 Ft. Wid & 3 Bedrooms ..... HKI VOIhor ._. 00.MM Ouilibl'nry-r.m.:r M CcTrroonoot John Merrill
to ."tor HOMO on* POlo In polM. PrI PARRISHPRESENTS
I COM kronor lor tin. MM wtnol 8... IM MW MM M. No*.
ARNOLD ooully Mr IIOM on* 5 korrv II 01 '..11'.*' ........,. Realtor
1110 tor ill 55.. II III'. SSps50IIs **"* ..! *** *"**
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I Clean out the Coasts & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra cOlh. .'P."... to person ads are for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

.1 0 lAYS 4 LINES $3 at bring$100 quicker or less actlOft.with the selling price stated III the oeL No additional tests for ads that require the full 10 days No p.funds for ads that

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

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i] H..... tar Sal. IS H_.. far f.1.DON'T __."- I 42 Farm > Acraa.. 43-1 COLORED RINTALS 47 HMMI far *M* turn.mum I 5< luoliMU Opportunlttat 66 Mill. tor Sel.I .

ic.rcarpot1LlMothw MUST ,A.RIFIU' 53S0duw1Sp.ytsots.4 ISO n. Ironl on buoy &1. om.1O Eu, '0 ACRES AII,5511u. Ho,,,.. NOW RENTING FIVE' O'OOIOtS sod 55th, nio.ly for. SEER I FOQU Holol ...lIn..., TEN .. aulomatlc CASI Coc.coin.Col*chongor.Inqulra vanningcoolor THE
I tt. 1 D.,"'. down taq so, ,.. ..... I 55 comar lot with "Impor. Sill Vt mln Wail at city, limit COLORED ultra modom I .* du- ). knead yard.'a Mir church- saIl SSOIttIdt, low DM0 II.... Iambi NID'''. TIMEIS
nth Tor.; tut .. I ph.. Phssls V.G6. 3411$ r.:1p': I7.SM wholtprlcil off.. pand ....$. Dry pint plan apanmantl, ..... living. and and KlMOII NW IoU'.... FR Old. itockadi a.SODOIIoI.1I '
ttlrt. .buyar wltti FCC. ': NII1111 II. ASKI ARCH CAMPBELL woadt. IIlot in acra with, tarml. dining. oroa, modom kltchan with ....". ASCII CAMPBELL. RIALTO TWIN Hollywood (25 4 S3i
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pay REALTOR. Phono 174. CAll DIck' R"A L ANVTIMB. ... comploto Oood pori""" typo.
fan larga atoraot doaata tarraata Phono 170-170S
iSiltig, cotTcall :JTMMIt farWESTWOOD HOUSI In N ...,..... Av.ll. Jon. NOW.
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MISS HIS Sic ANVTIMLGOOD POSSIY Raaltar. II W. Volt.Aol. floan tin' iMtha wac. hart .
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.... now 1 ... I M.lora, O.ron r* ml cecIl BUY Two bslcitul _... 510mg' Arm It.. Is? wsSHH md UN Ho"'ud.' Hollywood, I TON York Air. ConcIIII_. lbs
batIk C....,.,. C..,.., A-C. Iran, at c."'.... an ",. I M I pathi, I3D' 0 130' .5,146 S-P Wits.dSrIIII ...... toe only 1.1.000. "LIO 44 itraati. Is.J:2.:: uttTor. fl.. M. O'C........_ Boat used I moa. Coat Shill Mil Do You Have
OM al 1211 NW Hit Dr. Itoi pcvmo. dm tor Did your 'reimd cam.fart. OVpat000tiV Is. I 0105rtnl ..... Norm at Oalnanllla" 004, ar call tor J7> Nor lisa until May. Fhtn
law down p.y MOO. VHS11or ..,.... rlgM. Died by, .td. Cr546- 1-71, high baaulltul waodt tor an- rot or jn-yn. 41 HWMI far a. u..fuo.. OIL CO. :PlOtll.KIYSTONI. '
wSedft phana FR 1.1421 ar FR HIM mont tor ....,MOO propiny n? IV SUM wills' tarmt. AL O, Macraa proloclor. I hmo, .,..- A Room.Apartment.
A_ InKrattad call at SIM par ..... ALSO 44 Cattagaa for Rant
SEAY Unlv. M
01 cI...... hod 4 tract far OLD HOUSI erIc oya and 55451151115.Sott
III Norwood Hopa, 7o-530t. acr I1.0M par acra DMT MIC.wpd 3 Waaki company paid training
whOa' sitrictiws _lie Tlis MOiler 'ullclt" ..........., naar Madkal School. ALSO tvtacrat ; 1-SR 00"_ ruml.....,. 201 NW ,.. I bom. partially "'.... Rantfroa In telling attar. FR 4<7lo. or
BUSINESS LOT tar a total of t '. htshl. '"' Tor. 500 ontO,. N. do5.. In .... tor I Coos worn manogamant FORMICA top ,..2O".rdO II.
WILL EXCHANGE FOR IS Raal [.,... W. I Ibla through t. W. KlrkpltrlckAgancy FR 661884S a waok bym.n.H apar- larvlclng nwrchandiiIng For tuna llool ote. O'villa Auto House to Rent?
ZONED BA.I. 131 laat fronting m U M. NI...., FR M404. at. Oravaly traclar and do odd avallabl. to quallflod Top Shop. WoTa topi lor toot
'5lpoo' whOa tsr.. 'quil Its PAlM WANTED tI to OW 50,05 NW. 13I Stroot. Ill tail In .lobs, maitty yard _... Or, SAl, Earn whil. -Sod i Mati lap.
.:. I.. CHI wamaM wilts w whlh005 ......& Within' dnpth. location. In 1500 Mock. 20 Beautiful Acres P.woI.h.d Adi.IR not .H7I ..... 4M-MOJ. persons you
ZONED SAL ... I ocroa In 1101 leaxc.II.nt opportunity REMEMBER
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on or Jackun IIITItA CLEAN fcMroonTToma
Ml. Sill at About I boss I
.,.11.... Cooed Taw .a.lty Ill? D' wIll m NW 710hPc' $ block at NW. 4ilh. A... Poked II woodlond I tavarol: pocan trIm 701 I ROoM IsmIsbsd 1 50$. Lhr. mass.SIt. In Cool 1111..... Protor .. 10 astir th. wrvlc.
low la toll' quIck For full partlculin .rma.Mrt
3766461I4UGlt.mhiyl'nOmSSN.l callUniversity II. highway tramaga. Only" 57.005El :.,.: tin bath., Watar fur. caupla na ilngia, _I" nation builnan. Contact A rental vacancy
If Out trf Taw. Properly quick II''.. Cauplat only no chlldranar HOP par tots I73.77M. Mr Hanry DaLooch. FR 2. .. .
bain ...... May ba HOT at II IIi Nothing ta buy ta ..-. .noilajua -
fancad back yird eamar lot, can. Realty Act now. ,., silt II. rT; lb.tho.usnlri. and; 53j3. .......,. dam. mand ale.MM COSTS YOU MORE
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patio, Sir coed. pool mom.bauhlp .. .. carport, "' 11'-. kilo ar pay om.il 0.1S00I
snlscroalsocldhltid.D5aMOIbIs. 1714UI C. L. Anglo, IraHir. BR APT. .11. Oac. I VKRV IUCCIS1FUI. IINCLAIRalallon
1111 N. alibi St. Ph. ebon. Unruml
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.china ctblnal dripory' ', mMiy Mtrai HI IDp.rItos. NoN Old Town '1.. CHI ._W. M. MunrM, miller 1) J. Angl., AnoclitaiUH 111 NW rth Tor. no. sos For appointment .__nu ..... puBit or in-Tiu.KM. tar k aia anna 110"" NATIONAL than the ad that
Coda Cloy lI. ::1027 NW.lilh. St. Ph 37.,27IUI to wo.IIAR cl.l nalp" ...11.... Call PR '
FR 4-47U, Dad Nl 1ItII. SEWING MACHINI co.. INC.
,, 42 farmi tr Acraaga Scow North at town llvublthouM C.II 31..I12L 510 ..... FOR I not 2717 Mlkoll'l Sowing Machlna San.) will rent itlHere's I
40 luiinaal ...,.rtl.. | BR t bath, ..l
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FOR SALE BY OWNER .. .... _" acroo with Ibo stg ma. M.".... caupho.Sily. NW Mth PI. <1 WantaJ ta lirf
TWO CORNER cattlt ranch. all' Impravod Be I5.we-.25: acrat mar now V.A, No! .1I.bI. DIr ..... fit 170-170._
NEW BUSINESS LOTS hla grow. 4 rooma and .bath Holpltol-Ml acra Ir_. '554.. N. W. a IRt bath SIM 0. WANTED USED OFFICE SAFE WROUGHT IRON parch...ar p1110tomituos what your
W III, .,.... MARY MOELLER N. I. I BR I bath SI*.M CALL FR 68269. aMlln' ( -
ltd.. NW tolls Avatwa II barn Mwlttr ill high UMabla SICILY' PURN. IPPICIII4CYTV w.tor. .... No I pc. tat CrSIlls.
MODELS lotiad RF H7-931 N. Mllll, IUIt 'land. Priced at only II1.UO REALTOR .......... a... .Ipthl5 I BR hirnliha In C....,,,,. piOO. COINS WANTIOAH Othar rIll "bargalni' vacancy COSTS
12$, lorwd SRI wllh SJOM _n. Phono. 444.1501. tllf W. Unlvanlly A... GO NW MARY MCCLLER.
Apply 'Olft A U.I. and taralon" lltvardoHlVi COX WAREHOUSE
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Now 0.... J,Miln w.' KlrkMtrle FR M...4 M Acra form all In lohla .'ew I FR .447t 11..1227I REAL(OR pinot SolO and) IfM I ta I. Main It.PRS437 YOU EVERY DAY
wllh 11 acrai In tobacco illotmont OR w-Imlaoshsd, hots ........ VIII. lilt W. Unrwnlty A... 11.10 1515515.SESIL *
Daily 1 0.' 16 APTS. FOR SALE houat and 'pump. Cill attar I 41 COI.... Properly .... M 4471KM STAMP COIIt SHOP '
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CaMM awl 9'A' acroa of .parmanant pat ...., I MObIl IN Vt-Oat ".M. Wnt Park, 1351 dow and |7taar its VIII'S. Ill IIW sIll A....
cs.tanp.rIrystyde. tancod highway trantaga, twa Ibo Now CCI I bodroom an. bath mo. ar will rant tor
lock and black.lamttrtHy EARLY AMERICAN houm, p.rtl.lly ..,.. g" | y homo low down paymant. Lacatad NIC AND QUIlT apt. ...II.bIB Phono FR Knit. tl parma. I IUolum. (4 HewanoM GotxhWIITINOHOV1I DOS till hord of Iscrlt,, or IF RENT YOUR LOSS
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All 511)1 saoc.oI..c.S sod siro.MIS' brick axMrlar nlMtfiMirrn REALTOR I d.y rtTIMnignt. .57,. 5 a $6.PO5OYCI. 5155. 000.1111)1 51040.4, t2I 5s41. WIns tsr 5001. I..v to 111..11. : PER DAY IS:

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Uniicind.umplatoty mm bum-In Hit-, : HOMES FOR SAL. an H swlt'oms 54. III ... SLALTOI wainlnf machina > N. M.'n.'R' 4OWJIINGIR l01p.rsi.. .. 1141ma. ,.. Boy
now dailgag fir Slow wIll brcobIsal bit' 141 bodr__.. II 14th 5$. 4 fRHOIIGARDIN : !W---Unlv. 37.,236 Uli 4 Dr..., CHIST round bobbin' lltctrk.
aMonrlM trot.Norlk lavlihly 'landK.prt aantral.1I. 7111 A_ 1m.1I dEws p1211501 POUR /GDIII. IW: por moitt. I. '10, 4 lawn CHAias Oi Occa.llanal portable agulppad la III" ..oi.tsotosal.m. 151 .pIt' II..atma. par day
C air conditioning :1 A'T..iietiit Solos, 55 40' IW IIItI TABLC .4. 11""" .....
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IsiS ArSoes Two Ana homoi built an your In 51,1,0. "'l9hllorflood, 0. I. REFRIGERATOR good condition por sit par day
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control, halting; utllltlao fur.flWod. "'.... Wookly malt Mrvkai a>tra ch., ... nil.away .bad hundrad" ar Si.50 por do..... Will I
172-7070 Estates Plows FR Ma ar FR ... at rafrloarotor.' 4lt' Nl md 025. 11601751. rootod. Bdvodara .... .. NurMry US por ..... .. .... par diy
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W.55t.ShliIDT I ROOMS AND BATH '0" RI. PRIVATI FURN. DOOM, CLIAN inad ralrloaralan tsr .. H.I4ma. par day
>...... tots SOON TwIG COUPLI. SM Par IM, prlvata hath am prlvata ISIS alta .tova Iranara i, 55510.E05. JUICI
Sooner or lateryou'll .ur ....,_. and 7w.lash. plus uttlll".. Clll 4MI40S.LAP.OI Call J7M770. IM NW lilt P.IPAIR WORK. ON "LI. a mill. 71 contt gaL Orilvarafl. ". 1101 .p.? n.n par day
_MAKIS. C.II FR .-. Call. 4tl-147. Tom taylar Hwy.
AH City ......, ...... .. 1911 N.W. I7tkllvd. THII II SACS, _Avo, 1010 H..._
lullf 1964. Sm.ll eM 5.4.-acm. 505tttlhii.. IVml...- T-A-fl APPLIANCES CALL 378-1411 .
N. .. ........ Ptta.il tao ... Av.lI.bIB 120. CsR.otselwit tntod and Ouarontoo* .
Far builnauman ar vapor clouiHioant .. MUST GO
Butler 1oc want a Quick lala.Tw. C31WN1.. RanoM tram OF vp TO PLACE YOUR j

1.,01. Ie Cholc. Lotafrontm. fumlHwd apartmont at 'URNIIH.D ROOMS 1\1I blocks 17 Watttoro from Sit utI
Mtly kxalad an tha laK Shoot 626 NW Otfi Av.. tows .."'..... t2I IW ISO Aol. Dryora tram *4P up 5Complete SUN RENTAL j
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Bros. home. Why twa Macto twill at NW. KIDAvamia. and" up WANT j jMiK.
far .ap.rfman I.c.. 4' UsI..I.h.d. SI Mis. .....,. JIM lOTVSois VOYLEI APPLIANCE from 134 CO.up FURNITURE 4 Roomi APPLIANCES ADS ,

lion? LowE .. t halt I Hal UNFUONISHED 3 _room duplox 4tt NW tin AvaPh VI DILA1I DUI TO FAMILY DIFFICULTIES

C homl thof would k. find 1muRts. .S par 11IOII11Io TRAILER SPACE mmdii _lOll TV. siosioltca.dhtin I MUST LIT MY PURNITUPI'

not now! WALTER STUBBS Invoilmtnt proplrty Idcludid. CoIl 376.7466.THRII FOR RENT .. '... partcty .0Id GO TO SOMI MSPONSIILI 66 ParSal.USEu .
bodroom dupI.e sot Nawbarry Trollar ,..., "
I Inc. T..... sod many wso. ... Clooh lImed ..... Cwlot Iso.: ,l'tolly. PI. .AYMINTI OIl THIS .IAUTI. VACUUM CLIANERtKlrbvi
iv.ll.kl.. lion. '.1. ...,..., 4 mllol lot. PUL OP.OUP.PC. Moavara NorSals. IlKtrelMWtlllngnouia ,.
171 par ma PR S-M4I. 51 Offlg..Daak $ .
JACK DI YOT. pac.ar Intlll"vl"tttoreh. 0 ana alnara
a Phone 376-5394 .. .'.... IrakarI2JN.W. 1120 NW I A_ Api. 5. Ihot watts' PRICES KrfH.d ....Ie. ? It. ISIS tmatchlm 376-2585
ALL CITY SERVICES I' "liii dl.,_ Is C__ IS. .11.. DON SINS 405 IQ. fT. II oIl,. chair.' I and ttMai slob
"We trod. homei"rvurfMT HtkStraat17Z2SM 5 4101., 510W bill I Llv. Ii. sI"? 57i05, 1029 NW SItS If. CIII 31. W. und.rj.ll, avarybody.HENDRIX maidiina' cocktail. toOls Ivainutwllh A.RIFI.I 5. ,..._ MU-:
0- -.t. Will lOll 011.590,5.. f. 4. 5707 or 1730505.OPPICI MtroMlta topi I tall OKaratar TANG 50.oSIng 5,0001515 Si.S .
FERN WOOD MANOR I 271.. FURNITURE CO. lImos wIth' __ bold. I 7 15,5.1 WOwS. Pull
NW mi A... it Nth SI. .._ I _fill ami ruEs A 5150 lIly 'Vol. 01000, ,,. 571111 I
CHOral .
hilt 5 AC.
47 N.M4M lot Rant ,.... ,. fir. 1 lamp, plut17"Pott.TV&Slond .11_' guard tio. 31.....>.
040 0.1 Iou. Colt LHilior ... ", 14' KELVINATOR 0,505... 1101 -
111-1521 tn-na. tlsw.MWNu.onnltlSW NI DOWLINOI OPPIOLSIS5Y'
$12,250 up 6-Room ond Both Hn.uss 00th Dr. sIt.r I P. 55, Tlw bidraom SlIts n Oamkt tan Chain low aa M. Na monayown.
1154 NW 1011I11. 272.7242GE 4 !too a Mr I Mra. Urauar wilts low M K par _1ft.
445.1240 W. unlvanlty.A_ Flrtt Clan 05. tllltng sit,,,, :. so 0110,5 Proa Mtlmatot, pickup and d..
Ornc. ....... Air can*, aMvaaarvlca ltd ....
FHA tfM. baokcaa. WItS uldMf"wilrt" Ibosoy Alt-' sock uaosw
$400 DOWN FULLY FURNISHIO 4 BR 0,00... Is.. al140'.i "rill" Jill!'", foe 111 _
Dm504 lImoS 05105. 'or
to 174.0755.WI
aid condition pis
by county park an HW.... TV.o.abr.drysr. ...,I.bI.. COIl FK 4-44M ( MS.
DOWN VA 37MMIONI tOw 055's' b.ds 1115.0
NOTHING Advance ShowingTHIS LOOM raqrirad' er FR 1-3410.. 5501.1,54 lIP 11oS = WANT TO. buy latt modal mad
Closing Cost tut par. ma. PR 44154.ADVERTI5I brand low WMtktahovM" Ion -Igor..... S505Ut4514117. NI'S.
$100 I II."
IN TIlT"OERVICI 54 luiliiau RantaltIMALL Sill tin, Anomar Coldwot 04,- = $SblS = Q 0a0 I S ::: 50,4.4.. iwo ,1-
ing ITU.-lira. CMI p* mil WILSON'S EXCHANGE

'I .: $ vrl6 WEEK -. DIREC'TOIYI -'- -- ..,_.. Mr rant. ,_,,brlwaon 025 4 7135.ALMOIT p.0154. wltttt Jt* rang tots 1kltchM kt :....hawt. III 5 5. IslSiras Ilaiss PR 5.44710.:

FROM /J PER MONTH DAN BYRD176B268. toss Hotpoln' 14ec5155 l.i 51,11. .101I wIlls ROss I --iiA NSW -
> 4 ...._ M...... I. ran,. 350k 1111. 551,5 cede. roll-aut t ataragadraworai ** **' JT* .".."* ".'!. w
C51401SI" tisfoInratss" lviii IlbI \.r *.". .
SHADOWLAWN AIm ralrla. withCroattop IIU.
I WALK TO SCHOOLS THE MONTEREY ISTATIS fGIt ITORI I WA5511O1J55'Dli. Most US. CHI 37HWI.PRIWAV fraoior, lust .....', .m InVi'dl M=S

CIII ScioN Morrtl" II..'.... 45.100 ITU all. hoo'.. crISIS 4 ohalvoo .kt abort Admlrn NawthirntR CIIITCR
0 t. D. OLIVER 371.04 WIN .... all dram 4 atand. AIMInd. variant fraaiar M ....,. 23.i7WANTED
::4 BR. Brick Front Colonials Now finishing. 4 Bedroom and 2 baths Individual OFPIRINO WARIMOUII 7JOI a* II. .bl HughIdwardt .. about IV at vk" cappir tub.Ingi eon*, Dna amt IllS" Auumapmti
ItyM Far You Induatrlal Canlar ta, ns 17"Htl| attyr tS n .... wmi M mnay down
Me. $15,825. $SS Down of Colonial design you S Will P4I.wosd, tohni 0m41 ..........r_ Jots M. 515.4.Olson. an praamt kotanoa at aal. ...
duality motorlal 4 war*. Ir. SI 37.0105 If 375.4015. < Antl.ua.ANTIOUINGMADE,, .

won't be abU to resist men.11' fOIt LIAIl I"DOI sq. II. sbusbccdIrs I $397
0505555. 55 .....
A aammanlty van would. .. W. U..Iv. A... ,_ 50pa I EASY a* pavmaattGOOOYUR
DIRECTIONSI Drive West en 16th Art. Turn .proud Is live toAva. so.. CIII HSrllO.0 Martin SanaWi Provincial' oslo, OIl lIB NISostng'
(C_.r N.I. Hot Ass,.. ... 12th $".. ) Sled WIlt I5 II.W. IItII PR 5-1540 I? 5. P. NI .rn"JUl. .... bIll now at Olacki Hard- Ask for Lanfi famltvrg k) itaragt 504005 55 550s5.. 1111 5N
Lift on 38ih St. or 39th Torraco. DUO 11II .l.n Spring .Intonoctlon. sIrs, .... W. Unlv. A.. Dial EIIIS-OISPSS 1Ort... 1171 wool
Other homes priced! from log sIps. on HI. I STORE BLDG. FOR RENT f'.Ie. itaragt"NATIONAL 5 w. _. II.$ 5550
PR 1.0054.New .
Brothers .11 W. Uolv. Awe. C.II Prod strIng.Illiow. SIRVICISTORIS
1' Butler $7934Per ]?"-7 Month 3622 BEACH BLVD.
0 BUILDERS Brick Homes 5( Imlnaw Oppartvnklaa JACKSONVILLE fLA m n. Mat. it. PI ta

NIGHT ITI-WI In 3592565O..i
:DAILY 172-9145 oc HIGHLANDCOURT s,.,.... raitarHaifktg $1750 Monthly daIly' a... I"' ., M, ..... IM --

MANOR 144 __. built-in kltch. Profit Potential

: Ni linIRoilol. 505. _I. VA M Prtma solo ....... c_
SWIll poymonI. P5W trIm 11. tar ...... kl now ahop. SERVICESHome
COMPARE 455,5iooshng' 55115. tInts tolls. o.w ..., .
c Capital S.IMan. IM. tud binlMuman., Mon
7 172-1471 N.w. in* Piaca 4 at* llraat 00'-' wIll 110 WeddoSd
VALUES OP. MOUII DAILy with, tha ....training
THESE Silos OfHc. I NI 23r4 IM ...< CMI VMMI ar S7t-77t. av.ll.Dla .In ma lndua And Business
try. and paid whllatraining. '
BEFORE YOU BUY I Ilk Tame.Qalnatvllla'l Financing, alas

...Ii.b''. ta auilltlad m.dividual .
b Call W. O. lot.Tk.Paw.nI .

SAVE!! McCOY'S 1W"""tikWI 01 ,57..SI71 lor boll,. uUdoilrtg Koofinf

'ALL bOIIdsmsp, 55ador. _
MACOMA 5154455 Ill 410$. 5115 .... TIP & L. HARREU.
_WIL Photo V1.7SMortsg. c-s..
F,. "I
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psaS .* ails .oi III
luivtl.ui apartmant kulMif II II. -I 5515z"


.. EXEMPTION II Iu IS 1\1I-Is, Oils btN05sS. T..... 55

.- Charmlnajy.. colonial auttlda.appal.ltd 'UY SOILS MFINANCI ItPHOUTIIt No.sol' "01
IHOWN ir Slits. ItIoss II 1111" wItS, ass.VSOCRcla C.. m= 50410
ONLTUJ IR. IVl r.--.c"
... Don Byrd Ph. "'-31" 5 ... :
Jho Mlowlng, art raady tar I. univ. Ava.Loraa. NOW LEASING Snbi.. 5'oeDM Nota IIIB 05501505.p5o5t' owl batS sub ,....., ..,....., lilt T...

camtarlaM. tiama tar want araa with cantral bsa toll krtak tM I DNA o4 ewunislIlsIlS 50DMww .......
|72< S.W. I5tk WtfCaantrr ..... _1Iy. 4 M 4 rIlso, Too,.
to 05 Door
hoed'S. bhIct'Sst, Sod toothy nic. ......4 la*. ISM
.( Ctuk IttirrMt kalht u* IMng mom family Its.... tosody to till 55.-VIce SI.Iroes. yss-. WOO, 055."! .._ If so I
N.W. }4th PI. $14.000 .
.. Fla."rm. room parlor dmlng room.dlft.no. 5505.055. C.N tone,,,..
t kaiM 5.4.E5055
SRo rag 75Ss tOs5
and additional tnlar."vry acroonad pore*. IR orB 055550 SSOO .<*w.. $".4t par J. W. KIP.KFATRKK. .otrlor 1 e0Ao. 000" SPSCIALIST
Mlht .own. Mmplotalv HON SOIatOSShII _tl_N. Ma. K. P*. P* MM A ra..s HsoNq
'teamed Ores' n55")1 low kltcnan facllltlot' plus Iwa loiS IIMbamt .....,... ::; SooSSssp for.
: __ Vary _,.,,,,. air caMltlanod .11 and I laparalt draoiln.araa MID .. ARNOLD I S ,. 4 p Call, Amnowoto 10sosrg
.wctton.. groos ... and lift ...11. ... aaplloinoi wondortulomrlvnlty M tha maiMr tulia. 5St. .lALTOHHA 55154441. .. .. coe.
.......... Wilt dlKvatatbtr tar Me. str'O I7to .
.'p. tlntnclal nHMaoad wwaihiiont tarkinlMOl ... I ismall 5ts45" 0555 siltSI T... ,.w' ckaica .. .... AM CONVINTIONAL y27hiN "s$ m''''''
unrOll laparata dining room PIeS aTha LOANS
'intnhx) praporly Lot ap.prolm.r.lv .sisAy. roots wIlts I ,DM.0iStid *0 paavtitul brIsk Auto Clan Hlf W. U."' AVI. .... Vl.si0P. i TILCYISIOHAvo.
I3T a JophonacanvanaMM _. hississ
00.51151 00505)1 Ns ki.baovy
: ,
13.L N.W. llib A... nacamry tint. 1* anapa at Ma ham AUTO 5151 5 ow Cry bull 55. A. A C_. Ecots .
I ... bathi, IIPM an., FO. TU5U Swsw a."j.
with Is "' ..- 05. MO 55.v.15 soo5. -... btsledlSIWIl. 4 AS10CIATIV INC. .
|i4t par ... tr snog ... and s- 504 .5' piltS wIll $9,000 to $30,000 troo ....... 4 o.ISsr215 RIASrooSw.los ::..,I tisr a: to host :
UM ma.1JOON.W.. moo daligMM." Silos, It bsaosp A 5511,5 55 155w -"'- ,.- -1131 R.5nI-s TV"o isrsst Wow, ,,..
MAUl D'N"' AUTO ao.Asi co.72J st .
HtkM.IR. NorwooduS 4441 NW Vlft PI.Th II W. 4111 50. PS 5.5021..,,,,,, Drinking Water p .... 111 A 11015..,
., I -.. HO* *... rt7 M law .* 4 '-' SIN 05 p.so. ow

par month. Chormlng No Monty Downon Auto tqulprnontWattar CItYIT.. .... 5550415cm "No-s a. 50 -

N.W. loth s. Hope lNCLJDksa = 1r55 sod dsRO o5 Nil. Ao IL.CTlOHICI"VIINU,
LUXURY FEATURES RANCHO GRANDE lotMIOO.IV HYDRAULIC JACkS ,.S.I15 550 $1155 550,4 a. 40511*. Sckq Is., T.v
flR.I manm.katht awgdn. f7ar P.01 IMORC 0 5.ssisl. a 5.405. 41500.tImuti your 110155550 0151W 005 tor MogrnWii Scxtogt VVcitaY Ca. 1.41. 55 51$ lasS=
( SwIws Mcka. Focttroa DM.rA- Avo. twpramt
4120 4110 N.W."H" Inc. 04 P50.1. G..ds a C.sts.I NewtS ,555$1055 siOll SC.N's Wattar Mvdravna ckorvtca P50- 4414455 atrvH. PIll IITIMAril,
51.5 PoillitIssa SIN ...- 5DM. I Aaan*. Hunt BIMIItavKI .
19* Al. CoesC. 40.55. 555344. 045.151 -1'% p.a.saos lUPPIV UU I..... ....
IR,rowho IM .... n Wt Trade Homes St.t.i. L.ckoss G.do.s. Dss ChaiN as little as Moa PR >UU MoM HonxRIPAIU
Sdow.Ik.C Repairs
par Pwn. P.bhse Avows S L15b554 NW 17tP.Ft ___
4ll94l27N.W.ltth or Property I tIrroows, $56.00THE 1..1.., Service DO. .YOU NIIO. Florida roam ow ;-
"PUNNING TO MJILlV I roam. Mora raam not war*. -IT. AsooctS saj"
Dr. ALL OUR. I AS Swami s.w '-eo m.4yIi w 555l05 S _, .Va

$ ....1.kam, UM dn. MN On N DO5 = TO Ill IDI PHONE 376.4456 Lot M Give vox an ..". .............. .........,. I PUD 4550DMi5ALtSS 55.1 Is, S 5515l5s A AS ws5.s iso ..-....
PIC 42)1 1151DM' AIIYTIWI Orcm CoN C. p.5555.
YOU WILL Just CAI.L.o.W PRIVATE APPOINTMENT _to on contracting your HAL ,n... ..Pf'ltAIIIILI"VIC' sS eon.. Dss M:. =. e:..
fOR 34cm.. -.
CO. ""-
073 I. 1lI STIll I J4 New' s.Ic.1 CoI McCoy na 1111'". AVI pat rnna
I Day. FR 6-7290 Sun
171-2517 Want Ads
2JO' .W.IItk.lT.-UtMWY.441 NI,. fit '-SOI3or6650J Sewing Machine Repairs
Moesahir If HMOI Rt.flda.i. [ I....... IT2-' 4I Mo3em Pointing

........ ofI. X.L-MWIM4 MACMtM H. -
Butler Bros. BUILDERS one. Lic.m atN j VICE co. ni w. S..015in7 ... 55 bss5. is amewin 5. Get Resultsit
.... of GaJnanin
,s .letlell .... It-. -
Mah Itraat and IM ..... Oil. ..JH. w. rap r at HIrtsng Sowowslo .
I 45,5 aroo, lie fc_ ... Boo or Pt-nia.


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MCW INI6 P EI4tAM 4CM6 ( I tsONiICL4 I A1 0m4A5i, : i c uhcltz WI1T$0U6tAC444hSMf .tf on 17t4 5BTesPWIIOPCIoS '1Hm; 'IAQdtt" I ooIM

4t'g7J' FC301HVe' I CK&'t6A6 I soS $ $9 4Ikk cot P001CC ; LTrsuDMa.O _ S 515.Pi WNSiM,0. I
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Thunday, November 19 1964 Goinetvilla
Sun 25
it MM. FN S.f. IS A.t",1R.bii0 hr $al. l(-'*.*.. (V IprK C.r. : 17 A.......I..* W.nrd I _.__ J '1

r150n1.yPl1.,1 0,150., ."r1..rm40tH YuL Boor lodon"17,t av.OLU. .._. UN.ILI'VAaL' CARS WANIID. 114004 P5101 .11

,1111.. $4$34 113 N'A 131.1. T...._ 1711 ".."""*" _' alii StInt Nill .61 VOLKSWAGEN 8 CMonuo/w....... AI 11,05001 5511. HAWES POWERS M CO.R
5,501 It. .... 74 I CNI5. U215. 1754355 k* $ Ill la "n II I -

CNC1 ML! FORD M Col., ,. .... .. B & G j MOTOR CO. 1
,300104_ 55555 mortod 0 now loe.tlon! ...* low mllMo. .!.col.XL. cond 10*. IMJnT.7 1,51 lied 5 .eadlllpL Dr..1/41140. GI P5,4.31 III".II.33.. WANTED i

Nv PVFV4o,4I1 NI. _'" A 11111.
-, iw NMrty AV*. rnon M .4ii. .. 3711 ft, 1111I wIMI PAR Clcon utd eon Call' SMITTY SEZ :
_in-Mat. IPM MG' w IN, ALFA ROMEO Bob FR 2-7123..
LIT" TRADIPVe I....... bM 10 ...... So.II Adorns
.. IMPAl
,41 MI cIO .WAHIR. .... pmw tupor' krtti Iporl 4 1101 W. Uftlv. .... ? c.tI SO
D.YU" P1112055 [ liming f5015. C.?. PR i
05RA10R5 A DISHW..SHU".r. _>oior eon KHI 01 a".-,..,. 15315 VALUE RATED/

? .1010ouCgn011M1/s..vnS: 'Aa 'UICK s/1145.CIAL w,50 I. 0CO"'IT BARKLEYMOTORS "We/rt loaded

.1 HANDYMAN SHOP FR .070) 'II 5. 0- r Value Rated ,
low YOU con onkiy' cooking! with 370.1101'a
01. FUN OH* 01 HANOI, w UM'L' Amorlctll wepn, Used Can with 77 used cars

SAI ZjinotoiM..... _PRE_tin with(tu,our,dwm. IP .(010....11.I..IT.1150.Now 4075 1140., .""a b1N.ry..'W 86G MOTOR CO. I -IN THI AUTO! (GAMES Ii \ USED CARS ,
m month Mr month ) llth PI 37HM4.CORVAIK lARKLIY'S THI NAMf
,_ Arclwr Rd F* 4-5III I and we'relll5Ns
_. i .
MONZA ol e..JiII. Old bll. 2201 N M.III Sr.
ONI couch bid III ono oloctrie"wine Plus ..im .....
motening NUO 10.
...,... nuchlnfc CO Clll17H7II I IOIf Milt conwrtlbl' ... low zoo HW 1IIt Sr. FR 2-4171 0'

.vonlng, .mlloogo..... toot condition IM 4 ... I Issuing a
you '
.talonco.' M IIM. wlHl low LUXURY MODELS 59 CHRYSLER ? :
,SINGERSLANT.OMATIC 1101.0.01115 _Sun to. May t* MO MMrt""t l ...
1M 5 to I bau00.y license to heal Hardtop coup ,- ...
"51 WILL VI. RUNS 0000 NIC. dittoning.' Per windows sod)
.... +
P m*.lIdo don ,> HUNTING CAP. VI. PHON
win win out ...'.. Mono* trt.tonMIM 376-1372 '63 CADILLAC a'ctory .oat, autonie!
for the $195'f
Mm5C.. MM. Fiir on b.1"burton o> SIN'Ine ortM '01 SAFE 6UY again ,.. . . .
000110,11 Ir-CMdittonod. full power tilt
II* w.WINii V Mr in* ;= f
Bunt coll jimmy CrooM > Contort steering wheel Newport blue.Traded .
Oon. Dot. OolnMvlll. a.. MolrOM, .71-1111 USED balance of the '
U RAMBLER Clonk Mr DIM. I CARS In .n new 65 Cadillac. '
SINGER Ir-cono-ltloilng, .one *ulp. tron Priced for quick ..I.. NADA 64 PONTIAC Hadtop
minion M moi *U onf VON 1 month. Take
AUTO ZIG ZAG ml HJOO 17H4I1. | AM I PWCloon a took $ .no. $339561CADILlACSf $*dn. Air-conditioning, Power '

".. rL PLYMOUTH. llrol9lt' Now . Mt
Rs0..s4100 $11011- ...... low "01/10. 111/ I '
,Ml nle* No SNK5M10/1. IMId UH Clll f,* Hill oltorIIM look at the I II,..... 3095"
MTMH with Sold rM I IMM .
?. ..,. M m.. or My MIr I
or $75. Writ Jimmy CntToon. CH.VROLIT w-N0n4, 404?.
eoc. Dol. Oolnonlilo., Pus. now IIrM, ...."....11" 01500. loot below" I ,
"' .. ON''?,
tlOM.MM rV '
CALL t7t-JOI1 '
Coo ins? 1300. used lima, WICK IKVLAUK I OP... Sir-conditioned! full power, an-
I155.' P4011325 Snort C..... V-4 ..... end Mil,.. Pop ..da... Factory air-condition .
with complementary
V AT. WW $.... PI. II A HItlll Ironic .y.
GE 30" atC, RANGE loot NIN, .nd ISIS 101115. white and bluo ,interior.3Z5 Ing power steering and brakai.Local ;
I wmMtrmili. tin|4V| wim
loctory guwontoo *n .
Arcnor O5-JIM 50101?" Phono J7WJ7IIfM HP, single oihouif lalf-ad- coo-owns $995
>ILI b oolt end lofty I CUTLASS CONVIIITIM.Imrronty III 47,000 rn.Ui. .

oil rotoln wltn brilllonct.1.* LUI'IH'.'.. elNcolon Rol, ,oltc- vim, comoti olr. p. worn on puckloott 101,11 PICKUPS & VANS '63 BUICK 4-Door w'to".lil me. broke.jutting. . . $2595
hot ihomMoor II. McOtnloll Fun .nd 11M. 5501. Slat Imnror. 111.5 car. /:

SIIUM, .CO. Ooliwovlllo, IhoMIniConMr 11.1 11,4 p745..y i 8"1":1I'm: ONLY Hootor . . .. . . IOO '59 BUICK LeSoIl,. hard' I.top I.

LAt, motM. coniolo TV. omlk "". c.upe. Air0. ...
.nt _Itlon. wortl ptrlKlly.too 1101 'TA.CHIII ren'I".ow.... 4.Door. Pawer F conditioning. Power steering
"Guy .t 101. MS Nl 1111Ave. .t..r. CADILLAC 3. rl
PI .1. AT. lint ml You 63 NEWPORT 60 '
P11o5. P R 11161, mint' m to ._tel... $ U COM .1111 ,1111. powe .ra... ro. Outitanding $895.
J72-47IJ. odor '.::11I '.M. wookaoyl. y1 air-conditioning. .
if '..1 Oil b W..d.'OAC. dio end heater outonvotlc $1745 Sedan, factory buy. :;

HICKORY. Must Nil 050 br Ills olboolA.5WO tronimUiiori./ . Now Fully equipped. Codilloc'l top
PINS AND CO"L.KINDLING' 91001114 on IfM Can luxury sedan Lilt new about S7,.

Phone FR 2-3502, Vtl. 0110155 CMIYMIbN., j151pSIr.lsM V-200 Z-Door Auto- 400. Tru f
40U.push 5.1110
$2195 60 CHEVROLET ;:
rod' .. VALIANT ..
l4t 63
o. Konomv kln5PIA .
...11.. 30,000. .
70 IMI*-MwiM tqui,. m 41 mill pr ..11... Mrogulor mafic tronmiiilon.heoler. .
lunllofil _It.... MMr THAN ORDINARY PICK-UPS > VANS lalaitc hardtop coup.. Cram color. v... :
... now
fiBERGLASS I BOAT bMt tI. Vo-MM. $1395 Power
14' HlHltor w-Murroy trollorArcnor IOM PONTIAC Orlnd 'rl. I... car _rro..ty. . . Pwrglld $1295 .
5-llM MM $1. tld. Pulty oglolRl.d, TROPICAL PONTIAC p .. !
AMERICAN I mown 100/ 111410, 00. $1105, I I.MM50 CADILLAC "Sedan: : .
SPAN out. motor. trollir ln< ......,... COOl II 1345 17I.IM G.M.C. Truck C FIAT 1100 4-Doa,. Heater $ 59 sharing..LET6
n tr 63
online tqulpmont' Toko u* poy i k 39 FORDwltti Real ( ..". . White and
month' M oITTIIf Oldimobll 1410.PR .... 220 N.W. I Hi AY*. $1495 &:
IvIN"UOI Llthl-Twlll I HP 10wr1 4-SJII Of m 04IM wiytlIM
..... "d, IIIIIt ...... Sop JilP III v4 anlltloii wltn '62 CHEVROLET! Sport. 'ower.t..rllll Stick thlfporttlon.. Tram- $ :
.uto".t. 125
now !no. 1711. Plwnl FR H7UIW4PW ,
I'tt. 17UIC . :
... 'Ic trommliiion, radio and
1 2IMMILL..... U tloctrlc vornlgnlor"motor.w tor 1111 trollor. HtS. M IV"* JJrdit bo wining to lot* II label I Iv.
374&o<1. onotgun M port ot pwnwit Coll GAINESVILLE'S QUALITY air G1"1 S.dlll.*
Coup Factory
4.Dao, Weg.. 'ower torn Sport 61 FORD
412.1171 nyllmoIt 1 .
.. AutomatIc
72 Office DEALER. control -. 01
Iquipmtn* 62 RAMBLER conditioning' cruise
!) Ford 171 IIM Plod.110) ,
power tranimlulan. CI.*". loundcar.
_. bucket ...t.. Listed for $5,600. t
Ford itotlnn nil.KSI
llJ 10
COPY MACHINI In .raka automatic
ymiPAX ... .. *. V-l. from-
.11. IIM IOSoI Chovr Reduced
toed oporotlr* condition. Mokolui I 01. 3100. AI Hor 400 It,. 51.1110. $1395 Sold and .."Ice. by $1295
... boll doun good lig'biocopln 61 CHEVROLET 'ick 55:995 millUft' radio and hooter. $3995 S10G. .
hi lost tn.. 0 mlnutooy 510 51 111 SL I ft- G. 25.000 ...iI... ""
to _.... Complotp, with CHIVY 4 Mlle, I 100" :
l ItIS door goodtiroi D' 5% CMAC Financing
outomotle LIMN or* lorgo wp lot ol .... III 101.Coll RAMBLER A"'
ply of copy popor and chomlcoli.Low PP. MI4I Mtor 4PM. 1// toll pick up p1111., 62 : $Tn- warranty
;I IIu.
-out oporotlon Mull bo told 63 FORD $ ttT d:
heater I Ut 57
Immodlotoly, to mok rom for 16- Foreign a> Spwti CnW nearly $1495 mlctlrt radio *nd heater. NIc. Jrrniniliion
mochln Fro
d.01OMtnll10.oropoclty. ..'., ._ ... new tires, excellent condition -, "1' :

toko It. Contort w. O ......,., VW CLEAN "'UILT. '62'STUDEBAKER',0tlC' Auto. w.lI. . . . $350
Golnonlllo, ..... Km 1711411 CALL FR 1. A PM to t PM r 630LDSMOBILEZ.Hardtop. :
1.1510 ROYAL TVPIWRITE, .. DAILY. Dcmonttrotorj ton pick .J
COMPLITILY ICONOITIONIOr '6I&;CORVETTES IIL. X64mG MC up heater west JlCQC hooter. Nk. . 1875X61 Factory air-condition-

rHONI 371-1IOJ In ...now... Amorlciti. Unlv Av*. r ,., camper canopy I *9 1 J : III,. Full power. Whit. with rod

Now 1,115110154114,1 YOU' VW. im ...... I'"'. M VOLVO PLYMOUTH d.r;.:$ ,. buckot ...t.. Lilted for 5200. COMPACTS 1

.,CHRISTMAS'oprlrl ed AIDS. .....mdw 1...Door.. It... ion con IX",. r Sold and lorvlcad by
illk*. loo .11.151.1415051PARKIR'S' 5.'... Clll FR HIM *r FA tM TropicalPontiac Clean car. . .. . 725 15.r G. 27,000 mil... $3095

Cmlot' OfiiciMl 014510.11 1114 VOLKSWAGtld seed 55444. *. :
W. Unl Av* an 2555 5110. C.II 17I.13Jf 550? I 'M. 63 FORD o or Siesf .
USED Ty"w"n", I L I C.ALCUUTO. - 61 PLYMOUTH (2100 r w., stoop.
( .. 'L'C. CASH .
air-conditioned. v-.. A..
UIJIITU PR 44404. POP tAL' CALL I.10-. RMiMor 4 *MT *ltl...i ,Peg, power. brake. radio and heater, automatic ,62 OLDSMOBILE ;I1.dan. motlc rory tronimliiron.. Whit with*

71 Mviiul Morcn.ndLo II.mAIMS.. 171.MELTON, .xcoilont., .*.." GMC Truck Center v.., air-conditioning.tnniminion, . . $) 095 F.ct.ry .I'.co.. it'o.I.I.' bluo Inferior.. $170C 1 / J
cruiia control Outitanding.
tHR'UM"N' I'C'M.' ij'bIOftL. Z20 N.W. 8th AYE. FR .2-%SUI $2295
.. Paul J,. olKtric tullor w- MOTORS .. Automat windows .
11 wolt ObM* Miplllor. Also' '
WISH corrylnf coto, plug.In __ 7H N MAIN IT FR 0-drl 6) COMET 1 ttronsmi;j Sn/tr
IOIf fullor mullISO.' P.ployor
w-l*.> ,ncoW. Uo.37114W C'II I hoofer Nice' . . 743I 60 HILLMAN MiatSedan.
I .. II.ct,.
PIANO POOLECABLEMOTORS '/ 4-Door W',''. ,,4 59 BUICK SperlLUII '495 -
W115n51M1 upr15M. I' 1 .. .0705 I COMET R'6' SOW Iconomy. :
Good C10d. 370.4111WI I ONLY hoat.r, mow-white point. An 'flOCutitandlng .

.UV AND. SILL,. MUSICAL M.Nn59.l15e. DODGI-DAKT tutomatlc tranimliilon.' . . buy. . 7/3
Cam hnd 101110. I j
1511117 -
CI N. MIIR, 37"'d7I' n' i* IK Avo. naa DAYS '61 RAMBLER :: omtlc
MU.LL, .1 .. I 4-Dea, Sedan. y... Redi..d

UPRIGHT PIANO II lion, radio and hooter. . .'. . / 7 J '62 CROWN IMPER- Hatr. Automatic ...11......... .:
e.1I 173-3012. NwMrly.Is _. .
IrUII.1I with
ORGAN SALES I W'9.. '5.w" IAL At5ctly. $1395 .
61 RAMBLER \.Z leather ...t.. Factory
11-- lI'not' 1111MI I
1007 Main' St.
Motumo boloncofOHIOilV MOTOR CO. Full .
50 45011 $550140/' Ph... n 2-dii iI i II..*.*., olr-condrtionlng, ilr-canditlanlnf. power.Srulgil
MUIIC CO. Northc ntrol Florida I utomatlc tranimliilon.A . $1 095 co..t.l.) IxeeUerrt tend! I

Oolimvlll"HJ.51 Inopoing Ctnlw :..;. '';' tlo... NADA $2695 STATION WAGONS) W'I

"'W AND 1.11.0 PIANOS lndor:Dtilir I 50/ OFF '/ Automatic tranimliilon, $I."'.

In MLplonoo or*"prlcm I*'loll.looDurg .' OU T-BIRD radio/ and heot $1195 I '60 CHEVROLET !?/:

oClusleI' Asr0w<*w fOR THE CORRECT USED CAR ir, power itearlng, power II......
olnotvlll, ,* Music CntrNtt notion wagoncylinder.. Radio ?
TIME - -
'W Unlv Av*. OLDSMOBILE VI and heatar. Standard $
in.mi SALE 4-000' 62 :, AAC r'
FR 2-1411 60 VALIANT is.mis e"1'" I shift Reduced $100. 77 J !
WILL IronoMr M __OIl *ortitKoko II ....tlc ,. Soda.. Factory afr-condition- ...

*.ot Pick four II*pml.._or It N onooKplono W..-. CourtnyOt radio and hats., I ,la,. Power window aid ...t.

lltnr UN.lolnot Wurlltnr HM, Orgon trodo tcMX on Ulllverwity c.M. .--.. EXAMPLE air-C 5..,if Jo SI ".. . . $745 : One owner. Sold and serviced by n
I .. Ay. '
towid motion **. up PWmonn. N. < St. lUl -- 2t
M Jov* plow le'" 60 CORVAIR -- I fir G. Olll1tl" $2395 62 FALCON ;.;:: ..
.nv door. .. .L'I PIANO CO. - 2-Door. 3-Spd, Whifewoll I 4-Doo H"ep' I I.I condition. . ,
TO W. (405.1. .*. 3NM51.1A 60 CADILLAC cylinder. Automatic" ,,....ml.. :;
;j lp wl PI.me WAS S9 Power if*rlng, pew*, I""'". '111'.
CnoU .lnd*> SNOW $497RIDGWAY : radio and hooter, $| JAl $1195"
WWwt r 400115511115.LIIIIOWS
AhMk' IMr ;Ie ilrcanditlonlng.brakei If
III I I.P1405110PIANOS --- ... 62 -

end coottauht Mr4OONT lot 111011 II51MNil.- II '60 RAMBLER ; $495 J top Sed... Irill", .' white and. r:
5.Irom, 5.10003 R DtW""uo..-sew. MILLER. MOTOR CO.I I W ; c,... ,.. Very attractive, deluie In.tinier. 61 FALCON Nee wagon;: ;
010.51 !

pct ..........Ord.1011... Ctl' U tor"H"CA1.P'el NP. BROWN _@_ '-60 FORD G..4,. .X395 .. Power $2095 *-
...tI... II wr'le. P 0, 'litHammond 10JO I. u..... 30PR SECOND LOCATION cer. I .tl"' '. erd II\lft. Whit. .
04/051,0. ''' _. n
2.11 300 N.W. tth A".. 3T2-J005 --
4.Dear Hardtop.5w. '"

59 IMPERIAL; er ....,..,. power '60 OLDSMOBILE :! /60 FORD z-**r ...,... H2

Organs COMPLIT.AUT.M.SILI. brake. ,.4ie and hearer w,,.... v.i. R.. :

"THE STANDARD automatic tr4CQ ..", ;..ie... $895 /.". Factory air-conditioning' dl,. and hooter. A"t.m.tia tran.
IPAI.esNIl THIS IS YOURINVITATION electric wlndowi outonl ..
Of COMPARISON" 4050 Con' missies A very fine
The on" ..-- ..... 5511 .1C1t Automatic tranimliilon Smooth and ua. k95 ..
I** f $1395
moM nrMM 413,1,1115 ..
toioi ..:: com****. yI. TO 37 -BIRD ..4.. and hooter ,..er.MI.
..." .... SOUTH IIMAUTO power ,
1,411.' O..I iteerlnf. power krakai,
Mlcholt.';n..on-: / to** a ton*** COME SEE AND DRIVE $1295 2-0.r itotlea' ::
lir-conditlopiing. Sharp. : 60
M3059.A .M 150 ro Oil N MOJ .. FORD .
-- "/.. NSw' 5J M r LNm I 57 OLDSMOBILE V:. woaaa.. 6 1.50Ill "wni *r rwl dips with .,...4.r.
) .
Ernie Tartler, Rep. THE SENSIBLESPECTACULARS 59 CHEVROLET N c.: ;cr. $545 ; ..... Factory air $395 hiff. . . $695 .'.

Afon Music Co. conditioning ..
11"- $00141 14dss5 HllliMAN "| ..
59 4.D : ; 1325 ..
OolnoMll*. P'5.. I '
/11uIR35w' T CompleteStock 61 DODGE : :,i.
..p. 575, ALP 5501. PA THE NEW 65 RAMBLER '57 OLDSMOBILE .
5 _-11I111-- _. ..5. '58 PLYMOUTH tSl::"& ..4 : wagon. V.|. pews*t... ... On*.
(-... (.....-. "'._ I .. ... AMERICAN CLASSIC ;; $150 ....er. 45.000 mOoi. ::

Automotive of .utomatic t'i...... Z/D &P.. Veryih,*. 1195
AMBASSADORConvertibles.2doors *'D**' Hardtop, feweritMnng. n

71 TIUCKS FOR Mil 1965 57 DeSOTO power .rake. .
ZZ 59
11 "" '"' '. .... .. tutentdjtic tro"....$. .., $OOC 61 CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH wiles

5.0. 17.........-.. -II-.... FORDS radio and hooter. OO Factory alr-condl' y... Awtomoti I

'"I-.,-... S' .. ,... ..-..mo 4-doors-Station -- t........ Whit. $1295 t,............. 3/3 ; :

14 AUTOMCIIU IIPAII3.M Uck. *.. T...... ..... Wagons Silt I. L SMITH. WILIUR SLIGHT ___ I I -

kMot.toleilii.lMri.SHAW. .
0.215tar reel WwMT ....--. ,...., 6sV8sShipments PAUL IARNCT, SANDY COMMINS.
MI .. Arriving

...1..---C400155N5 w 0540.... I'Pw. Weekly B" G MOTOR CO.CADILLACOLDSMOBILE

...-.---_-1111, & I HAWESPOWERSMOTOR .

511.. ..

.....c..05S.ll. 5 RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.

515... ta*> *>S .4-.1
21 1 W U.homltyr1IMe l ",mlUL.y UUHT.( / Tut R-FtTMOVTN.|, /U CARS

A4.s... as 1.55101 I n 6-5371 FR 2-8433 312 N. MAIN ST.J400 j 2201 N.W. 13th St. FR 6-7515

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2S Gainesville Sun Thursday, November 19, 1964Agricultural

Extension Service Aids Fla. FarmingEDITOR'S I

NOTE This/ h now celebrating/ 50 years of ately $2 billion of Florida's tending Information among the tIred[ people who must learn tolive Fifty years of adult education

the fourth In a series/ en service In Florida. annual income. women. A year's program of' on limited social security activities are reported In a

dull education In Florid by In early years, the extension Program Now Celebrating50th Farmers profit from! attend- study is outlined by a group,I Myments." Much valuable thrilling account of Florida's ,*g-

Dr Roger W. Axford, visitIng / service placed greatest emphasis big clinics on maintenance of and it meets usually in homes tree literature la made availableto riculture extension, a major effort

associate professor tt / on service to the individual. in StateJim farm machinery, Instructions in Because of Florida's large number the public upon request, rightIn to "Extend Information,"

Florida State University./ ) But today, the county agent Anniversary farm and home safety, first aid, of retirees, living better on the county offices. available by writing to M. 0.

playa many roles, with the emphasis I farm management, and new limited incomes has been of University ol
By, DR. ROGER W. AXFORD on group Instruction. government regulations. special interest to some groupe. Would you like to learn more Watkins, director. contact
Gainesville or
Written For County agents can take much Watson, which covers five Extension agents continue about Florida's Agriculture Extension Florida ,
farm labor efficiency -
"AH of people are Involved local agentNew
The Associated Press credit for broad programs of'counties by TV. Agents' news- earning too. They study about has become an Important types in the term 'low income Services? your .

ST. PETERSBURG (AP) adult education. Service Is provided paper columns bring the latest new findings of research study, and new types of information Mrs. Nellie Mills
Only/ a few years ago, the to groups through educa- news of research to homemakers through In-service training! and are requested as a basis says demonstration
Duval home
American farmer grew only tional media such as Institutes,: and farmers. specialists must have advanced for new research,which is atthe ,
for Jacksonville. She reminds Hours
enough food to feed himself and clinics, television, radio and the These days, emphasis Is put egrees. heart of the College of Agri- agent, "One of the big tow.income Store

10 others. press. I upon developing techniques to Agri-business Is the new term culture. But the "advisory com- is made of reIN OPEN
Today, he produces enoughfor Some county agents have regular local volunteers In indivI- groupe up
assist for the process of growing, harvesting nittees" made up of laymen EVERY NIGWT
himself and 28 others, and weekly programs, such as i dual leadership abilities. Leaders processing, distributing keep the county agent close to THI CIRCUIT' COURT OP FLORIDA' 9.9 MON. THRU SAT.

much of the credit goes to the Jacksonville's "Farm and Home tell their neighbors, through and marketing farm products local problems, and near to the IIOHTM POR ALACHUA JUDICIAL COUNTY CIRCUIT, IN AND

Agricultural/ Extension Service, Show"" by, Duval County Agent clubs, about new methods. No longer is farming the slrn- people. INCHANCSRY.TICI. CA5e 110. 11551.0

Local demonstrations, so effective Home demonstration clubs IN Net ADOPTION OrCMANLIS
M pie plant and reap. In fact are DAVID PANNSIaY
in changing farm prac- Agribusiness Is described as,one of the major means for ex- OAKLAND CALV5NTaaco

Continue Searchi tices, still continue. Individual 'lorida's .1- TO APPtAR
i largest Industry. ''N THI COUNTY JUDOII COURT INAND 1-6 Sundays
visits to local farms still meet services report that the Pea ALACHUA COUNTY, PLORI TOI 1410 CHARLII Armor" anON tlractWIcWI. PARKtR Jit. p.m.

I unique problems.Currently many agricultural related commodities DA IN PHOlATt .,...,...11....... T.,1You nollllod Itwt a Pe
,.,. "
agricultural centers account for approxiNOTICI IN WILSON I: 1. K.*VALIANT Doc:...... ,tion.r,, Adoption ol Chorloo/ Crtvort D..."M Now 'Til ChristmasPORTABLE
For ManFriends aid educational programs In 1I0TIel TO CN.DITola ed.,. N. minor by Jorlond ., .
...._ .. all II. bum Illod M mo obovt vMCourt
Missing Of INTINTION TOIle T. A" CrodUon .0 Ad H. OcloMr ,.. IfM ..04vs.
some counties These centers .slue FICTITIOUI NAMPuwMi IM Ct.i ns or Dealtll A1.m11 kid. .on.,. hereby notlfM mot yw Dull TROPICAI
I* lection loin., pun,. (let lilolei I Jomn
I information through b ond krfor*
provide .0055....notice..... Mr,lo.hereby Mr given,. r met the ....... Ie V.Ionby In..M CI.lmo notlflej..ond., rewired' C.* _,.opomr.. J'. ono of lIMo Judioi....*<.
conferences, specially equipped end I. LH.Itlow .y Iom.M ,
ol hi. .t.on
continue the court
61 nesday to help
of a missing -year- .. 1.1.. -.,. .... Ads. 1/10 ..m. ., which you my hove ...,." the ..tat.el lIMo obov ttylid of Doeombw, A.D.. HEATERSInstant
old mentally retarded man appealed week.long search. auditoriums, and demonstration 0110,1 ,.,. wd Ornn.mN Nun WILSON K. VALIANT doceoMd I'",mo ot II lltti:41' day A.M.. tocond lloor. Carl.Mu.b ELECTRIC
kitchens. Facilities are reportedto :z Nwl. I' !e 711. O.MOOvlll4 Air' I. of Alachol" County Florida I. the ..1..11.... ,.."..., to tfxm NM
Wed- ; I
... to area residents The search for Everett Allen Cwnty Plald4"......5d 1. rvlrIa County Judge......ol Alocmi County, and why on Ontof on Mid' Potllkm lor HeatAutoThernwatet
,. be in constant use. uld' lik/Illo. 1mdo lIMo ".1 N" the I III duplicate end a* Adoption ihMld' not bo .,ontld. Horoln
... .
of till 'u. I ID.1d _I.* ki lection rn.lt Florkto' Statute evened Control
to .
began last Wednesday when he Classes are held on' topics >t O.liwwllll ,..,.... 1111. INI'If" *. Mi their ...._ In till Countyel lists. not tnd yw "x14 t
NonmlMr, A o. WU C..,........ ... .ceerdln0lyeWiilMI. Fen Circulation
Hot Water In 0.4. C.y P4ndw wi. bend end -*'10 '.1II
"f In wandered from a farm near such as water resources' and P" a. LAOAaae' I Inc a. coor m.nN1. has. till limo court*II 0.1111. ,..."".. Guaranteed Full Year
and (J7"' lit5, 11, n, 50LaeAL Die lint euWk.IlM htreol or IM11m. ..r. A.D.. 1114 .
Fairbanks. He was visiting ,a t use of retail cuts of meats, will bo barred. 11I1. INN I day MCIOIL "
For Cold Water a variety of problems In con- MeTICITtw .. Dad M Miami, Florid. Mt eth dry C J.,.,. of CI..I' Carl5150m $981
t the home of tern Croften, who / Unlmrtlly tor tti. H wnl FwIM CIMi MH II .riotb. .,lade ot Novemtur. A. o. ..... Judkld Circuit IIIond 1320W 9x11'i1320W
sumer affairs. f .
.J ,.,...., MARTHA I VALIANT fat Alocnut County
lives northwest of the Gainesville In u (MK.M taltw 61* "
NEW YORK (AP) JosephLa Backing the 27t county ten KMV MKIn _.. wclllclttomII AdmMilratrl, In Choncory(37M $13'
up (17.01 '
11:11. If Ml II I )..'111 II..N._Ml..H I -16xl5i8'j1650W
AirportThe well.trained specialists ii4. Dlr::"IeII.:,cio%:,T,so
Franceses, 32, had no hot agents are dl tna 1 I I

water ready when police ar- only pictures the Crof- who serve the state from of ,.totWl.WMut. ." Unlvwilly. of FMrMt. .._, ..I SMOKED BACON I II 22x 19x7 '. oj . $18"
flees of the agricultural extension .<4 I'.,," bids MM rwyMMUV 29 Switch)
Has<< Safety Tlp-Orer
rived. As a result, they say, he tons had of Allen could not be ItNH I LB.
and the College of Agriculture HMpltal, SuppIlM Wdl WM' way By The Slab ((4 to a Ibs.)
now finds himself In hot water. reproduced by The Sun, but in Gainesville. These 5,00,0 5 15N

The evidence Is on ice. Crofton described him and'said specialists are called upon for '. "..,'31 V.n.11.. 111,05 I:. DK..bo" BRISKET STEW 95 Use Our

J with book- anyone who might have teen training of all types and assist .:an00..i.11.,01r1a' Hake '15.11 e* Tender JuicyBARTON'S LB Tayawayn'ant'
He was charged In the local M ill KAMI. riitnnur 11:ts DKMIbw -
'a man meeting the descriptionon the county agent 1. 1M4M EEISNER'S La
making Wednesday after police Montocha Road last Wednes- community. III Oltk rimnurt I.N Dmmbir New Store
raided his Brooklyn apartment Novice OP INUHTIOH TO S SlK of SunlM Dlivlnf' lien i
I' day could contact him by callIng eseoavsa "CTITIOUI MAMA hors and TMIM UN eraimlMr t 2'/ Miles South of Newbcrry on Stata Hwy. 41
They said he had a bowl of him through the Brooker rurwaf Ie lection loan, Florid l ,.M '
llettitoi, notice M hereby Oven Hut the M tot e Mllklnt. ,Syiltm iN: Dtnmbw OPEN 7 A.M. TO 8 P.M. DAILY CENTER
cold water and was' dumping telephone exchange. underpinned Jeence I Incorporelod= dolnibuilnen J. I,M GAINESVILLE SHOPPNG

betting slips Into It as they burst I !Hulk/: l....nd.rh.. sops,.firm DI awd name 1620 ef W.A T. N. WILLSDlnctar o( Pd.,...,.. and ALL DAY SUNDAY Phone 472-2433 1130 North Main Street
into the room. The slips were The Alachua County Sheriff'sDept. Unlvenlty A..., OolnoMlllo.. Ple.OolnevMU *-(::17m '''It. ,.
la still searching for Allen AIOCIHM" County. Florida. hitondito
made of gelatin. They didn'tdissolve '
raglt.r oM' Iklllleu nemo eed.1'IM
but reported this week that erovlllono ol mo ."....,_ as,,..
In cold
fast enough ,..
Oiled et OelneNlllo, Pier! Will aim
water. I Allen apparently was given a .., bl November. A. D. IN*.
La 'Francesca told them he ride.At 114H H, Ml IS INOTICI _ _
the time of his OP INTINTION yees.InT.l
disappearance ,
hot water
usually kept handy, PICTITIOUI NAMI
Allen was wearing a long-, Purauont te tecflon U1M Florid.liotutM. .. ... .
but had Just moved Into the At '-- '-
that me .
sleeved brown shirt dark notice I I. boil five -- ... .... :
0doaend. ,, Ieeorpoa0 --i,:. :
apartment and hadn't bought I : :1, :
pants, tan loafers and no hat.' 111.4.., wldo errs no. _LI .. .
cooking pot yet. Quilt .... iuptr D, 1051W. Ultlwnlty. -, .
He has no teeth and a scar on Oolnonlllo.. P..., 'olMwIlldAloctiuo .. .
Police rushed the soggy gelatin his left leg. He h about five- KM County.IkWiou Florid nomt 'Intend undor Ills to rooio.tor pro- .

slips to headquarters, photographed foot six inches tall, weighs .1,1... ** me ...,".1<1 Itolutd.DoM .
ot .......11... ,...{..*. Ml aim '
bt.f them and put them In a about 130 pounds and, Is baldIng Off el ." OUT IN D.. IM4.W ,
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cool In the summer.They warm themselves BLENDED SCOTCH
T* without a flame without combustion without Result: an imported I ,

fumes,without lOOt.their heating b as clean a* a

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less than other home heating
Pow-011.11 4. b usually appreciably
1l.a and cooling'ystw'nLlf you are building or remodeling. JS2% SCOTCH VJH 1 wo

=___.....Nohe.5.10. Insure your comfort with a safe convenient, and t hrif ty prIce. v- >nilUD IN m .

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