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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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By FRED S. HOFFMAN
Marian! Johnson center, gasps Thursday as she hears t
her name called out as one of seven finalists for Queenof WASHINGTON (APSecre-
the Tournament of Roses in Pasadena, Calif. Nest tary of Defense Robert S. Mc-
week shell learn whether she's the queen or one of aims Namara says his decision to 4
princesses who'll reign during the New Year's Day parade shut down (S obsolete and sur-
and the Rose Bowl game. plus military bases and plants

"absolutely, unequivocally, 1J

Viet Cong Up ble.without" qualification Irrevoci-

This statement by the strong-! "
willed defense chief In announcing ..;t'"ftI'
the decision Thursday allowed ,

small hope that any of the :
From Tunnels :
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anguished cries from congressmen % .
governors and mayors
would change his mind.
BOI LOX FOREST South Viet Nam (AP-Viet Cong-
guerrillas emerged from a network of subterranean tun- The only thing that might Me-
nels today where they had lain hidden all week and slam Namara told a news conference,
med into two Vietnamese paratrooper battalions.The would be some new evidence .,

paratroopers, attached to huge "Operation Brush- "and the chances of that are 3's

fire," which had proved uneventful damned small"
were resweeplng this "We have made 574 decisions
tangled abandoned rubber forest In this area In the last 3H years,
SHE IIAD when the Viet Cong "literally and we have not changed one
rose out of ground to hit us," yet" McNamara asserted.

LAST WORD one adviser said The latest stroke! of McNimara's /t(t f '.s" R
During the bitter tunnel
WALLA WALLA, Wash. (AP) fighting 30 paratroopers were economy scalpel cut at
two naval shipyards employinga
Politically: speaking, Mrs. wounded and 10 killed. The Viet
total of 17,000 workers, six
Tom Gehr and Dr. Morton Cong shot down a Vietnamese
bomber bases Army and Air
Tompkins are friendly enemies. medical evacuation helicopter
Force training sites, arsenals, ,
She is an ardent Democrat; carrying several wounded..

he, an equally ardent Republican. Only the pilot escaped alive radar posts and other Installs .- .
tlons in 33 states and the Dis-
Both worked hard In the
from the craft which
exploded
recent campaign. But Mrs. In a sheet of fire on impact. trict of Columbia.In Working Way Through College? \
all, U bases In the United
Gehr had the last word "We found the burned
When Dr. Tompkins removedthe pilot and a burned badly hand, that States and IS overseas were put The girls of Alpha Delta PI sorority won topnotch service at dinner Wednesday when Vnlveralty Florida President :
sheet to operate on Mrs. was all," said Capt. Carman on the chopping block. The for. J. Wayne Reiti (right) and Dean of Student Affaire Lester Hale turned "hue boy a" for an ",nlnr. Dr. Belts I I', I
Gehr Wednesday, he found neatly Negaard from Lawton NO (See BASES M Page II) and Dean Hale promised to serve dinner at the sorority house on campus which turned In the largest contributionto
taped on her abdomen: ,. who Is an adviser to the 3rd Air, the "Dollars for Scholar campaign fund. Alpha Delta PI) produced |I04 for the fund which I* Used for student I
A map of the United States on borne Battalion: t MUTraSTWrY J loans. Pictured with Dr. field and Dean Hale art seniors Kitty Comer (left), Savannah, Ga.. and Mary Miller, .,

M with which LBJ.was"written, "All the way With casualties rising and the T Went Palm Beach. It t

going getting Increasingly
tougher,. the 3rd Battalion
moved to the edge of a forest In Orlando Base Also AffectedORLANDO Subdivision

a defensive perimeter while another t

Suit Filed scouted airborne the jungle.battalion warily Ordinance

Other infantry battalions were (AP-Orlando) Air the Naval Training! Device Canter ers, D-FIa, win employ spokesman for the base said
moved up to the battle area Force Base, with Its 3,31 workers Is expected to move in from paid scientists and : replacement of the Strategic
In Death Of about 35 miles northwest of Sai will be replaced by a compact Its present site at Port WashIngton Orlando is a moving Command's 30th bomber Task Put Of
the Naval Center as part of N.Y., on Long Island with the 33rd Tactical
gon. It was in same region Brown said. "We've
Two that a ranger battalion was cutoff Defense Department's major Although the Naval center real fine relationship. I from the Tactical Air By JEAN CARVER
BoysMason military cutback throughout the should make no ,I,.
by the Viet Cong during an will employ' fewer workers "- help but be .sentimental" Sue Staff Writer i,
nation. change either In de
operation last New Years eve about JO military and MO civil- j
Eric Marvel Sr, foin- Gen. James E. or economy The City Plan ,
Maj. Board
Thurs.
and suffered casualties.The .
high Florida of the
That was the only lana the economics
a er hit of -two and boys. run killed accident Sunday, has In clash with the Viet Cong change the Pentagon listed changeover will be beneficialfor commander of the air Eglln base, larger than day night delayed considering \ t
filed negligence damage suits In around Bol Lol Forest was the Thursday announcing changes Orlando, according to Mayor ground at Eglln laid the state of Rhode Island In a proposed new type of subdivision -
first significant engagement of to 15 military Installations Robert CamCommander at Fort Walton Beach employs 1.101 military development ordinance
Circuit Court In their deaths
Brushflre launched "needed flexibility while and formation of i flood toning
Operation 3,707 civilian workers '
against I Mrs. Helen (Hazel) Tuesday with 7,000 Vietnamese But, simultaneously Egtln Air CoL'' William W. ting economies through district until a special meeting
Smith Reyes, 640 NW 38th St. ground troops. But there was Force Base announced Its wingof Brown said at present the Orlando dation." move of the bomber wing can be called next week.
Marvel contends his two sons, heavy B-U bombers will be Air Force Base
little of base contributes 3 million
promise success. $20
could
Mason Eric Jr., 15, and John "There transferred from Fort Walton The base not say Bossier. City, La, Involves The plan hoard agenda bogged
Kirkland 17 InJured are Just too many tunnels within three a year to area't economy change was part of the all mili down with 10 .
were fatally said "We Beach to Louisiana workers, virtually reasoning p*
,
by a car as they stood Negsard just" years and be replaced by a A Navy source said the center realignment ef military and will be complete by Utions and several! subdivision
can't root them out of there
or worked beside their own Looking haggard and unshav. squadron of tactical: fighters. may add to as Orlando's much as $11 milliona lation acrou the country, The number of workers plat plans during the fourhoursession. I

auto on NW Itb Avenue near en after four days In the jungle The Orlando base Is scheduled: The year new center according economy aa the Pentagon did not poet ( with the tactical fight- .
20th Terrace. next summer via not an
Negaard told newsmen: to be closed by June 1969! when aide of Sen. George A. Breath en Its lilt A number of planning recons
He contends Mrs. Reyes was "We have killed two VietCong mrndations\ reviewed
by the
negligently driving the car both of them when they board at last week's
which hit the two boys.In were cornered In dead end tunnels Hunch ptaiui I a g
Public Mania for study session will be consider
each case, Marvel asks In ed at next week'i special MSiton
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excess of $5,000 In damagesfor "We have followed many oth- Curbed so they can be referred
mental anguish and suffering ers down them, but they escape to the CIty Commission for the
and loss of services, anda through bidden side exits. And first
Hit by Tea (AP) Traffic commission wetting I a
trial by Jury.CamesvUl. when we emerge from these Consumption December.
attorney William tunnels they pop up and shoot be restricted on Ranch
MarveL 01" 1 Stonewall when" If approved the flood plat I. I
O'Neal represents near ;
By OIF CORMIERlesi behaving microphone, the 40- When the balding,
(See SLIT ea Page Z) Some of the subterannean tunnels Johnson st his LBJ inning distinction would pro '
EdwitlM Writer year-old author entertained a newspaper and magazine
hibit'
further
Mrs. Reyes wn arrested two that lace the whole forest packed house In the University turned to the subject el ". development e-f f
hours after the accident. She area are three levels deep, 1(.. Vance Packard, celebrated of Florida Auditorium speaking slon commercials, even flood heard areas until cor.
reported. and tore a few Texas Highway' Comm, rective measures ire taken -
subsequently was charged with gsard author lecturer. on the topic, "What's Happening laryngitis cleared up
manslaughter and hit and Re said the Vietnamese meal pages from some of his best to the American Character." tartly 2)A announced Thursday bad Planning Director l David
cal helicopter wu shot dowi bya sellers b a speech here Tborv
the to the Se
run driving case. The American character, The author of "The this request Codschalk explained last week
Mrs. Reyes pleaded innocentto machine gun hidden some day night and ripped Into bis Packard said, Ia being rendered Persuadors." "The Waste Service as a security mta.. that the proposed flood district
when where In a tunnel. favorite target high pressure
the charges arraigned
characterless by a mass all best sellers ssld that WM developed by the planning
earlier this week before County Elsewhere In Operation advertising. mania for and because ef TV department alt.rhe city
conformity consumption ly ranch road Is a It-mile commission -
Judge Harrison H. McDon Brush/ire the situs lion was Battling laryngitis and a misers ordered
aided and abetted by Americans are Indulging off UI 2M! which parallels a detailed
"
alL fairly quiet and The Status Seekers, national advertising."We In narcissism than any River and at one study of areas that flooded

are caught up In a dan m earth posies shout KM yards following Hurricane Dora.

; gerous situation ef trying COIIoIUIM "Yon will see mare the LBJ Ranch house. 'The plan hoard wilt also
I JOHNSON'S GREATSOCIETY simply to maintain and In a single evening walL'hln an ordinance consider
officials reported to
advance our economic growth evtsioa than the Creeks a new "dueler establishing
commlasloa that e a I'
be salt dreamed of H their phl highway subdivision
SAN MARCOS Tex. (AP society" program he hopes win mentioned forthcoming/ administration Lush living, easy credit and be said. ea t the ranch road bv allow plan. This we g I d
President Johnson, returning" to become the central theme of his proposals Id help sushi abundance ef foods are turningAmericans' Endless pruning before tremendously when the developers la arise win
his college of 34 yean ago. defended administrate' efforts: cities "a decent place to five," Into a society of hedonists rors on TV has made the is at the ranch. 1s.. PLAN BD. en page Ji
his "great society" concept L "We must strike dim the to preserve the beauty of the Packard said room the most expensive
today as realistic and sttit- barriers\ which tail the hope land and to "make tt potsible to the house Packard ssld.
nable.! He said tt Is "not an Idle and the achievements of some far every child to receive an Victims the mass mania for '1roaJcan,. Americans
dream or vague Utopia." of ear people." He mentioned education of the light qualityto living .p," be said, are our spending one bUHon I VITED FtiND Bl UFTI\

Johnson wu making a sentimental racial discrimination poverty me Unit of his abOJty-ae Puritan values and and Individualism Ideal efselfreliance year to lose weight at a .. urn. 41..1T11W. GIIIenf QIjr.. .* I 'IIIU
SaD and lack of educational opportunitte matter bow poor be Is, or where visas/ half the world la
Journey to Marcos *. lie ...." Inherited from the frontier dayLJI'I from mabwtrtUna...
M miles
a southeast city of WOO of his some ranch home 1 "We Bust move to enlarge touting Us catalogue ef more stylish now to conform When radio was that Who btMflla from tilt United Fund Greater
me horizons ef aO American," proposals to these MUM with other dun to be ssld racbtd,. It was agreed CalnenilleT
near Johnson Oty. he said. The animate tat el promised me ...-.11 program yourself. ana minute to each boar One el the fVtMO member erganixatfcn* Is the
It WM at San Marcos State any society I ts the quality of the -wffl do all these things and LaDed by the soft sell and be reserved for / Boy scouts ot America.
Teachers College to 1J3I that BKB aid senses It products and more much more." .... ef kMaumeat .,." messages The GalnetvUJ District of the Boy Sceuta of
Johnson received a bachelor of the aaality ef the Hfe they are Before leaving WahfagioaThursday Americans have developed! a "flow we have as much America to mad lip ef scout: troop wholly/ da.pendtnt .
science degree. Now be was returning permitted to lead." to spend the Thanks false expectation that come minute of commercials poo ON United Fund ferflnancu/
to that campus, renamed Johnson said the grot society steW season at aie W emery whet aver, the government will !hour M lelevWoa and the and nut for thrtr conttnuwJ txbtenc*. surx
Southwest Tease Slat "Is concrete guile and will require ranch. John** told I leaders efme baa them cut he added tMtal AiaoriaUoa of than Ja youth all served by the Boy Scout of America
College to help Inaugurate anew spadTK p %quusa. Even Committee lor Economic People who try to save II ers remedy said ) year la Alactaa County Te continue the tomvuursbl
college president James H. aa we meet. some of these program Drtt! pmnt. a private oc*. .their money are often rrtftttedfordeprMot will have to (lean .tolerate. 07 reaM from the scouting program, toy a ed your gntA.( <
McCncklia.h are being prepared for .-..Jc".rd".chlDt dwmeerm and to 3) Btsutt M hour." yon have not made your eoMributkn to tilt iM UattH Full"
his test Johnson set forth my rvvwv*" interpret me election as a mar not MMribuuag.. to CM! ..- In other obMrvaUooe and your check or pledge to the United Fond ef Gnats
Owe broad foals bar the "gnat Without getting specific bee lee JOHNSON sursgef I 8IIIIIJ. (3e PACXAIO. Page | *. P.Q Sea 313 C IemIII.

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bases In Europe and themendatlon of George WashingWestern -

KINDU the Congo (AP) announced the advancing cot :TOO-yard-wide Lowa River at elm Hemisphere, were not :

Congolese troops and their urns, which left Kinds Thursday Yumbl. Normally, there Is a ActionWASHINGTON Jn.wo 10 tho Hit of mllltory Imtollotlono
named. ololoo mot McNomoro"' onnouncodvin
white mercenary leaders raced had entered the Punla district motor launch for a ferry but it will be completedfor ... .lIoe.... by tile culbock otdSmsiI
northward today toward rebel ISO miles north of KIndu. was not known if It was In working 'me actions I A'.b' _. Moblio Air Molorlol A...
mid-1968 million.
by Irookloy A'II. 13'
tanleyvllle. There were no r.1porta They still had 180 road miles order. (AP) Secretary the most part N.H. I Colltornlo. Llvormoroi Corns. PamkImissni .,

of rebel resistance. between them and Stanleyville. of Defense Robert S. Mc- with the Portsmouth Lompoc minion Air of Porco Lookout Itollonimpnotogrophlc /...,.
to
Congolese Radio Stanleyville broadcast Namara li of the firm opinion Navy Yard getting 10 years ,.. Air Porto notion, mlllkmi Tilt
army a warning from rebel leader of hundreds of outWhenthe I mliollo oqvodron ot Soil 1 ASS Kill
the closing
that phase Villoy Air Porco ttotloni Montoroy No-
Christophe Gbenye that "any military Installations, great and Job Is done, McNa it., Air' polity omooo Air Porcouglillcol

headquarters'I I attack provoked by the Amerl-\ small will not diminish the mara said the defense budget Tormlnol control, roup III!.000 ot; tho dotonio OoklondArmy In.duitrlol .

cans may end the stay"of execution --fighting ability of the armed will be lighter by about $477 ot '._plont 1" 1501,omlpmont OOOi tan lornordno toclkty .

of Paul Carlson. Carlson, forces. million a year and the payrollwill Air Motorlol A..., III million, novolihlnord.

an American medical missionary Over f", past four years $74 be reduced by 63,401 "without loft. Moro Pronclou lolond, M ond* mllllonl novol Camp Milp.yord. .

was sentenced to death asa U.S. military bases around the reducing military Son Lull Obi..., IMtoNl ,... lorry,
In way
any Sabot' and Chronkhlto no Hgnlllcont HV.Colorodo .
spy but his execution was world-the great majority of effectiveness."

postponed until Monday.The them In this country-have been The defense secretary disclosed : ._ Lowry API Comp. Holo,

Congolese army's com- I Dlitrict of Columbia Cortoln .
closed or their activities sharply 150 more of the early Invon.tor
that
ZONES mander In chief Gen. Joseph control function of POlity burooui,
cut back. Thursday he tacked Intercontinental a million..
A Cloudy ond motive cold tonight obutu, predicted In Kinds that another 95 to the list generation Plorldo Orlondo, A,.. sin I million.
ond SoturMy. Lowott tonlgnt M to ... ballistic missiles liquid-fuel, Ooorglo Mocon novol ordn o to c oMII
I Cloudy with onoworo ctionglng hit forces would take Stan- These bases "have outlived Atlas .., UOAOMi Hunts ASS, 110 f mil.contor .
slow-reacting
oecoilonol: main tonlgnt ave loturOoy. relatively 110,0.td000Cottn.ood
c Mr WIHl MM tonlcM 41 .0 ... Hlgtloturdoy yville by next week. their usefulness for military F models and Titan I hydrogen Air '. .. ststi',
51 to 41 Normorly wind IIi Maj. Michael Hoare, a South E and TII.. I 011"111 Silos It MountaIn Horn.
M mlM ,., now booming BOM missions, are obsolete and unnecessary missiles will be retired A's.illilo.
oM ..,,.. l.iSM." Inc _.. PottS1iy African mercenary, moved out the Pentagon chief DnA .btl.tnCI 4 U I p I .
._ during 'soturdoy. Outlook of Kinds Thursday with his 5th from 14 bases by mid-1965. Chlcogo 0,.. million, .... ....
says In explaining his program. ICBM's have My Mot, root Lokoo 0 l million, II.
T'D Commando Group and headedfor Although these Mod unit of mo Joli.t ,
orotnol it I
with ml
Mostly cloudy By cloning them, he says "we McNamarasaid I..... -
showers changing to occasional Punla. A single unpaved can achieve economics and atthe never been fired IndIans' Coma Attorbury.. 1141.Moi
road through the tropical rainforest they "have served theirpurpose" Kockvmo Air Forco Stollon tfotoni !In.
rain tonight and Saturday. same time increase our ...." ,.1 ,.rnt stuinoStS .
Cooler with lows tonight la the only route north combat effectiveness and our giving the United ,. H..... .U IIIllIIon.A facility II Tom.Oaito

around 50 and the high Saturday from Klndu to Stanleyville. military States a stronger deterrent ., I."Kiuodron- Schilling ot Fortoi ASS API 10 f million

In the 60s. winds Premier Moise Tshombe power. while the force of fast-firing,. Louisns Now 0",.," *rmy *,".
Shifting latest cut-
In announcing the : 'i 4 mill.' ,', air Potcs ....'
: : "Iul'I
missiles ,
,
10 to 20 miles per hour this central government hopes the Back McNamara referred to solid-fuel Minuteman soup, ns&son.

afternoon becoming light and captors of Stanleyville will three, categorIes of bases directly was growing. .. I Molt': ,'*..C.AI'I ,' all' 5 011111. .i

variable tonight. Increesing break the back of the rebel re-- related to operations of the There now are 650 Minutemen uI'mimonT'Micnigon 1"101'' ; .rmory,

northerly winds during Satur- GAINESVILLE WEATHER stance and help unify the armed I in place each mounting a hy. "... 5.44. ill! ot Cintur Air I
0.
forcel-Shipyards'l 1''Ion,
day. Outlook colder. -Municipal Airport readingsfor chaotic Congo. ,bomber drogen warhead and each able ("on,... r'rW"Air**Forco"*. Ito.
a F 0) H I .-", ", clowty throughoturdov Radio Stanleyville\ said 6,300 miles tlon, Gas_ API. Mfloi
(AP Wlroplwto t* tho Sunl Ihoworo dovoloolng '."rd.'. 24 hours to I a.m. today: launching iltes-and told why to strike at least forco Itollon, lilt million. City Air
Law tonight" moitty U to 70. High .... Illghl2atlp.m.: ; lowlat ibenye telegraphed his warningto he thought changing conditionsand away. By next summer there obroiko Lincoln, ASS Ill* mlIon. I

Bumps for Humph rdoy 31 mMM M Fr to hour U .loumorly Outlook 1 ceol winds r. II to 11 p.m. Rainfall lIone.ALMANAC Prime Minister Jomo Kenyatta new tactics and technology will be MO of them plus 54 TItan \ :O':' Oattwato nvnmy ., ,

U"'IUTUUI" 5LIUW5IS5Hi5N Law FrcF of Kenya chairman of the had rendered them obsolete and II missiles In underground, .....ucc. AI'I'd Fotco ASS st.tlo, 54 I. rnlllloi, ; I

Vice Preiiident-elect Hubert Humphrey purses lips J.ck1I1t II 45Ml. swS,0 todaY ... llto.ni.unrtoo ,Organization of African Unity's surplus. blastproof holes.California I' Now Hompohlro Oronlor Slob' I., I
.
Por''h
711 7.T tomorrow 4 0 m.tta canal' *" .
"* SI' I
and look sideways a. a dancer performs her act omMAtlonto 711 45 MOM rtaoi .. 4,41 *.m.tonloht ,special commission trying to New and better missiles are led the states with '005. mil.
7. 4S ,S1 ond H ot Porlgoo.MOMININT to the Congo. Keny. Now JON, 1101111.l octlvlllH ,
brIng
Union peace closing or f
during a show that wound up the Farmers low Orloonoloolon 10..4 STAR! replacing the first models, 13 bases ticketed for rtrmk Alt5.754 HIshls,4i' Air ..
Grain Terminal Association In St. Paul, where he 47 40 .21 \\Lr. duo ont I,M ...... .tta had appealed for the re- rushed into firing position In the consolidation, Including mergerof How M..1ce I
PLANITtJuoltor
Now York 11 11 .11 Atlas p '
was principal speaker last night. Miles) Lord, federal w.iMnolon.DkOM ad II ." woH obovo Aldoboron.Kkim lease of Carbon and more than initial frantic race to match and the Mare Island and San Waot A'I. lCIUadroo 45
ooutll dli ..... How Vom1 AI, ,....
34 n .55Dot. due 1,000 Europeans and Americans 1oo1.lIu/
district attorney for Minnesota, obviously Is laugh- ..? 34 33Si. M.00d1.0S001 mom.Vonvo exceed Soviet missile strength Francisco ahlpyards under a tad 5mso'. ...kl... S474,500i con

Inn over whatever the Senator aald. Some ,000 view. 1.554.5,14. WottlI 11 44 n 44ao.Ols ruoo 401 ...... held hostage in rebel territory.The The liquid-fueled, surface single commander.New ....m,10.1.., 00ipta,4 at"'2.1.",'IUIon llIIon., N,I.'S

ed the performance with Humphrey and Lord seated 40 II MAO.INI rOISCASTCIOAR rebels accused Cartoon of based Atlas and Titan I ICBMsare York will lose seven Installations cit Ned,Comb''. Smno4vn, 12' 11I1"
KIV Viola IAn GULPs yrI."". and doerooolnfloturdoy oni.. .
being a and a major In theU.S. and their M m ion; Atl.i d
shelved
InJhe first row. Hlgn ot I n o m. Sod winds' tonlgnt ond oorly loturdoy In- spy being Including the Brook mlMllo oquooron .1 Ploltiour API ,
535 p..... Low siLd 0 m. ond IN c....... .........1' wMdi loto loturdoy.m Army. The United States launching sites closed because and the Brook WoiAlngton Novy Trolnln, DnIct Cs p.;..
Yard .
IKowiri chonglni to oecoilonol. ,.1.. lyn Navy IS"
:BIG DAY denied the charge and said head 'of the "very sizable Inventory", Army Terminal. Texas and JtolloU Dil"," Oltll"l>
I.. fflngo Starr's doctor says the Five Day Forecast no connection with any of F Improved Titan II and lyn Washington State follow with Columtut OSA tubtlitmco tugmuoow --
American government or military .1 t, 0.1S? 1300.000. ,
mlssllet.I LStOtoo.t
:'BcaJJa drummer will enter Uni'ventity Minuteman four bases each. ...", ..Ion. 1300.000. mill.,7

College Hospital In London and lows organization. I The Air Force has about 650 he has done In past ba eo COlovamo. Atlas S squae-n. of AI.
I Temperatures will range from south. Normal highs In launch As lv ASS. 0"1. .1'.
:nec. 1 to have his tonsils range from M to 45 In the panhandle Minuteman missiles closing announcements, McNa Orogon lokon APIJZmjHjoW&S.

'removed. Ringo 'I. expected' near or slightly below normal, to 71 to 61 along the ing silos, eventually may build mara laid the governmentwould 101 Pensmloano.,... ass 11I11I1., -.MidOltrnw. aIr mat,..

I to rejoin the rock 'n' roll group over the north and three to five southeast coast Rain will aver. b ttuarie this to about 1,000. has offer new Job opportunities nlicomtt soul, ,Daunts A". 8263.000._ ?lto. I sqndru St

degrees above normal In the to Inches. I The Defense Department to all career employes T.... Alto. e _""$.. 41 bmo.
.Dt SOlON St OSlO p.gs ,been cutting affected. would pay for moving I. Mo.ntal" ".lIon II J IIIlIlIon mlllla, ..'''''
:SURGERY II IIJoe B47 medium bombers for and would Cw'n.ip A" ale ,511110. '"
new Job
them to a
MRS. ANNIE SMOAK with their missions 01st Ocs.os-nl ttts' at Clam.
some
years 11014.
Ex-PUot Is AdmittedTo FLEMINGTON Mrs. Annie taken by the somewhat retrain them if necessary. .
WindsorIs over
of "
II
1: S The Duchess Hornbeak Smoak 60, died Wednesday or When the defense secretary IchmoM' Vw..... Aim Pomc. I'..
recent B52 heavies ,
for lion
In New York's Hospital more before a crowded Hrn5155 "_ Arm, tormlnol',
she night after a short Ill- which the Air Force has about\appeared 111.11I11I..,.
where underwent details _
;Special Surgery, Bar Posthumously"There 'news conference to disclose W.WInlon' UrjM API lie I mil.,
ess. which the lion,
t minor operation on 630. So the bases from the newswlres already Nomllo ... llolloni' At
las
I
MUMrofl .
0 FlIrcMK .
She was a native of Whitley B47s operated are no longer from cots ...,,. onnon API. ; T
: loot. with tormlnolM ISO too
her right alive reports
WEST CHICAGO HI. (AP) were 50 men In that City, Ky., she came here 40 needed. And more BS2s are were WH viriinlt, OumrH Air ForVoWyoming

A hospital spokesman de- A crippled former Marine Corps I ward at times," Mrs. Warln years ago from Moss Bluff, wing assigned to fewer bases. congressmen and others the on first specIfIc of 1''Ion.' Ails I. mlilllo Mu.*
with
\scribed the operation as" but"I pilot was admitted posthumousy said. "It"was very hard for him near Ocala. She was a member ine Pentagon strategic warfare bases of, and protests and denun- ran wiicontu a, ",.nell_I.Tm Worron,'.. API API" 14 mil.

small surgical procedure 1 to the Illinois Bar Thursday, a study. of the Church of Christ experts claim that the nuclear -a stream eon

: gave no details. climaxing an IS-year story of Studying was further com pi\\. firepower that can be de- cia tlonl.n lAbbrovlotloni uinf InclvdoAPI_
DoII7., wept when told I Survivors Include her h u s McNamarawas 01 lr Porn low Ass Air Portolotion
The spokesman said she Is Thursday that a judg had coursge and patience.The cited, she said because Harries! band, George,; two daughters Ivered by the B52 fleet more was apparent of the mounting DIA-Dofonio lupoly A mcy I

to her apartment admission of the late Do- could not sit In his wheelchair than offsets the original combin- aware '
'(expected to rsturs '. ruled ke could stay In his In Mrs. F. Ernest Leitner Mican- criticism and he reacted with
> In the Waldorf Tow*" dlinnpolli home the "rest ot aid D. Harries Jr. of too long. Anderson ation of B47s and B52s.
; and Mrs. John that his
opy heat to charges
within: a few days. your Ills." Public kealth authorities Minn., believed to be DUIUth'l In June 1963, he was grantee Remington; her mother Mrs McNamara and the special some motivated. -

had declared bin time a law license was awarded a law degree from Loyola. board he created to make a actions were politically .
Dora Hornbeak: Oklawaha; two, .
of posthumously In Illinois, came I written study decided that the present
home for 71 years unfit Harries passed the sIsters Mrs. Shirley Johnson he
"Absolute baloney
snap- : ;
IIIlIe than month after fleet of about 860
one
habitation. Doll pleaded: "I more Bar examination last Septem. operating
Mrs. Leo Carver he could
and claim that
jwtey; ped to <
Harries died.Harries Navy could be
want to stay here I won't ships repairedand
ber.While Charleston S. C.: six brothers, have announced the base-closing
live I I. a. anyway," He's 43, was a quadriplegic to hear If he maintained and new ships .
waiting/ W. R., Big Bear City Calif; Rufus decision months before the presIdential 0055 .55. ISSLIJU HAWLIV Pa.
shows holding one of several alnce 1940. While attending would be admitted to the bar built with fewer government- ..,., ""- ''c.. tor Mt.. Do<(. 090 Ia.lnit'nomIy .

cats which he says keep rat.aw.y. law school he wrote papers for Harries underwent a kidney op. California; John Charleston owned, high-cost yards. Therefore election. Frotbytorion MrvM 01 cnurcn Ofllco WIN locroiiryPint bo holdII
S.C. Charlie Haw- "Politics played absolutely no
clenched ; they picked two big yards II.M A"" on l.turd", NovmborII.
IB years with a pencil eration regarded as serIous ,
In of these IOM 0 Pint Frnbylorlon CMircllwith
decisions
between his teeth In a hospital for quadriplegic He Unsville, Gi.; Fred Fruitland 10 be closed, two others to be part any 0?. U. S. Ooroon inti ..... CvyWollor ,
surgery a Park and Oklawaha and the: Pentagon chief said. Sat'bat
; Carl ; merged. These, combined with conductlnf Iho Mrvlcol
GIFT
YULE ward. appeared to be recovering after He cited the closing of the .," oo In Ivorfraon Como'ory. nn-
six grandchildren. private yard facilities are considered doe ttio direction of low JonnwnPunorol
liii1)IVORCE In 19(IS, Harries was at the the operation. but suddenly his Brooklyn Navy Yard as an ex Homo. 110I... Dolf. who !Hvd

Ten thousand paper crane University of Minnesota studyng condition changed and he diedon EMILY NOLLER adequate and for the Navy'soperatIons ample of an action demonstrating 01 130 NW morning",..' Avo Ml, Alocnuo OolnoivlllO OtnorolHowltol. OMTuoidoy

are on their way from Tokyoto for a law degree. He fell Oct. 14.Harries'. I Emily M. Noller, 94, died shipbuilding pro-- a lack of political motive TI,. fomlly roquoill ttiilflowori .

Caroline and John F Ken-while tumbling In a gymnasium parents Mr. and here Thursday afternoon after [rams.cutback In tion. mwo bo to tile omlrtod Womon Sod CVKtlon contrlbutlonibo Ton.poronco .

aedy Jr. In New York. and never again had the use of Mrs. Donald D. Harries Sr. of an extended Illness The essentially shipyards McNamara's reflects The day after the election, bo litfon Union. ot Honorory no Pint poubMrtnwin Froibylorlon -

The cranes were shipped today -his arms or legs. Cnurcn.NAMII. .
New Sen-elect Robert F.
A native of Englewood Kennedy
Duluth, Thursday received theIr drive for efficiency and economy
and
by Tacks Matsuyama Harries was admitted to Mil MARILYN JOHNSON -
Relko Sato 17-year-old high I sons license to practice law Jersey, she came here three rather than a belief that the and other New York officials II. of Ttt NW Utn Tom?., OolnoivlllO,

school girls, In Nagano Prefecture -lines Veterans Hospital where from Chief Justice Ray I. KUn,. years ago from Ocala, where day of warships Is waning visited McNamara In his Pentagon diod' .N... It, ot Alodwo' Oonorol MMpml. -
for almost seven he was
years she had lived for about K office and urged that the .
bid of the Illinois Supreme McNamara and the Navy Ino woo mombor ot Oroolor lolMI
of north central Japan virtually helpless. Then, gradually Brooklyn Navy Yard be kept A. M .. CKurcH. lurvlvoro Include tar
started making the cranes Court In Springfield. year. nave reiterated repeatedly the hulbond. Roymond, C. Homo III child
They
he learned to write by
open. sarnd C. OsammiS 1105 Mliv... 110..
lost June, and have devoted al holding a pencil between his She served In the Army belief that one of the nation'sbest "bo" J50nwO. ,.,... ... 7100100J000sca.
Its shutdown obviously
Nurses Corps In Europe durng strategic deterrent systems Impending JockMnvllloi olltorot Coroiyn.lovorry .
most all their spare time to the eeth. More AboutPackard I Is a blow to Kennedy, a A.... rondo ant PoultltoJonnion
World War I and a
work. was exists In the Navy's new Polaris Clryi brothoroi Honry John-
I
Actress Der e Iky Malone said the With encouragement from a member ot the Presbyterian submarine force The missile- former Cabinet associate of MeNamara. 'a 700Th? J'. 504 MimIcs .lnlOtam, '
The girls they hope Red Cross volunteer worker I city'i grondmothorj Mn." Arrono so's.an.
: above, and her husband actor cranes would be a good Chris. Church. launching submarines are rated City.JONNION..
of West Chicago "I called him this
B fgerac Mlgnln Waring nieces myself IUIIN Of Alochu diodNovombor
Jacques mal present for Caroline and Survivors Include two virtually invulnerable to detec
Harries began studying law morning," McNamara said. I a ot mo UiHvorolry HM4ICM -
are In a Mrs. Harry U Layfield Gainesville station ,
John. 11 tion. On today are II of Contor Mlowlng o long Illnow Ho
closed door dlvonce again. He enrolled at Loyola From Page Sle Kennedy wasn't ready to accept woo 0 notlvo of Alocnuo County ond 0tirn
and Mrs.
Emily
with 23
; these ships more to .
of Chicago. *r, olw o mombor of Old m"ollloolllt
trial In CUSTODIAN University 1 anti laid: bins, Ocala. McNamara's: ruling as fl CIHircnturvlvoro .
come. nal. He called for a commissionto Includo till wOo, "" ... NollloChrlttlno
superior court Industry has a fascinatIon The attack carriers turning Jeoos.l SSildaO 50mm JnOmooo and
m-Santa Monica ,- David close friend for planned obsolescence. The review the situation saying 5040, J.l0aao, 54..0 5min,5. M's.
Powers a More About I More About over the primary strategic mis- MMoi. Aiocnuo, Mm.. SlthorHlnni
decision
Calif, which c... and onetime aide to John F. ,reasonable lifetime of a product sion to the Polaris submarines "the cannot be accepted Joe _III.. At" .. lornollOovlo.

U expected to ":::- Kennedy will be named custo< Is up to the last day of the continue to hold a high role In on the basis of the"limIted Ingtoni. City_nloco.-.aw. Mro.Timothy AlbanIa HMoo.NOU.II. WOM.

last five dayi. Ian of the late president's personal PlaIt Bd. Installment payment JohnsonFrom limited-war tactical operations evidence New York's now available Republican Cov Mill IMILV M Pvnortfoorvlcoo !

The press and papers and memorsblll, The birth of Christ has become along with the cruisers and destroyers lor Mitt Nollor ogo 04, rotlrod -
:Nelson A. Rockefeller said that iwno. WIN bo hold ol I 00 Pon.
public are excluded says the Boston Globe. From 1 an excuse for the greed- protecting them and o. 10_. No ombi> 51.. mo ot
Page unless the Brooklyn yard Is .. .
from the The Page 1 0' 0111040 c 0.0:5witS '
said
Thursday iest hardsell of the
and
newspaper year. the supply maintenancecraft closed gradually "unemploy No.. Prod Tvmor poolor pint
courtroom at Bergerae that will be the staff Some husbands have "._torl" Chvrcn. Ocolo conducting
owners
on never date to reckless, novel, dan keeping them at sea. .
unusual features suet as any meat, suffering and hardship"will PHs oorvkoo. lurlot win bo bi Hill.OIOO
the request of attorneys for the of the |10 million Kennedy seen the true color of theirwir.1 gerous or unique course." Changing styles of warfare Comotory, 0<.... ondor Iho dlrocdlod -
creeks or sinkholes to group come to thousands) employed ,
each of whom\ tAo 01 Soot Jul00. P,00mas Sown
estranged pair, Memorial Library to be but houses together by avoiding I hair. Earlier, in a White House ceremony -also put another group there. McNamara: said Mtoo NoHa. 55s 00,4 III __1110.
suing the other for divorce. near Harvard University. Americans spend more on which he lations Into the olllllial-I Thvndoy oflornooo |ho oorvod'm
at accepted a
subdt- would be .
th. standard gridiron the Brooklyn yard 00'' Army Nunoo Corn 11I1. .. during
- -- -- greeting cards than on research list worn Cot On .
*
vision pattern and utilize more bronze bust of the late President plus phased out over six to Ii
Packard left the audience with John F Kennedy Johnson waLCS. MOO ..010iliA a Soonal
Red CrossRecruiter TollIs dead end (cul de sac) designs months.
Typhoon .
some hope for an reiurrectlon woe ne Mm. a10 P. sam-
with homes clustered together. called on the nation to observethe Peace Confab Mayor Timothy J. Connors of oo Ad, will bo DOM ot 1 ol p M" onM
of two old American Ideals. .....
anniversary of his predecei 5,0,05 5.nsmSot n. 554 of
Over 100 Codschalk explained the plan "We need to In Portsmouth N.H.. said of the PloKl M I. Churti nflh son. Do0X0 -
develop our wr's assassination with a ridtxication Plans Reviewed ..
uniting luriolWIN
o MrMcoo.
MANILA (AP) The Philippine -would provide maximum use of young people a sense of values "to the pursuit of thostideals plan to close the naval shipyard ... .: = PloM Clnworyfool.

Will Re HereA Constabulary estimated 'open land areas for recreation emphasizing excellence and In of human dignity I In Plans for the coming p e ace thereIf this la President 504.C_. .... "'_00._S1.0.04. asSoSs.mpt A

today that Typhoon Louise left me within the subdivision. dividuality. conference here on Jan. I were Johnson's Idea of efficiency\ Mc ---III
_
which he believed.
54.5754
personnel! recruitment offIcer -more than IOU penma dead in Action by the plan board "Instead of watching the oth-- discussed this week at a luncheon Namara should be made seers 505n0. 4.o 5014.Now'01 000 Soot soto OIl SseA.
American Red Cross Thursday night Included referring The President and Mrs. Jnhn- with a of lculture." Doc__ I. 1m III AsOwinlils. CIA
for the Surlsno del Norle Province on er fellow we need to lead our meeting reprevntauvt "1'1 a Sod 544 III r55nMA 0w 111
will Interview Interested persons northeastern Mindanao Island. a number of rezoning requests -own lives and to restore dignity on plan to attend a memorial of the American Friends .,ftI. John J. Sparkman. D- ...PM.I.. Wottft >OI oPllQlint __ If

here Monday and Tue. I More than 100 dead were estl to the city commiss lea to our personal standards" he wrvice Sunday In Austin. Society reac movement. Ala. called it "unthinkable"that 545 Wbm sIN -Ch as rcn.... pomMyGainetvilU 00otSb
..
day. mated In one Surlgao village on for consideration on Dec. 7. I .Will" Woman Hurt Rev: Thorn** \I. Mitchell.I logistics functions at the of t.

Mri. Mary Medlln local Red the coast and many more A request by M. L. Shaw for The talk was sponsored by I I minister .M nnt Methodlsl Brooktey Air Force Base. Mo-I Sun

Cross executive secretary said deaths were feared In remote, multiple family (high density) the Florida Union Forums Committee When Car Church Is general cha.rman; bile Ala. should be eliminated

Hazel Breland assistant! direc areas I residential toning for an apartment 2p.1: : for the meeting which will beheld and shifted elsewhere. : Pibr.tsd 'eusm.bcoa eoce$

tor of personnel! recruitment A constabulary report from project on S.W. loth Avenue I A Valdosta. Ca. at Holy Trinity Episcopal I Co. William W. Scranton of Satuntoy. sod Sunctov r-cm-

for the southeast, will come the province said the storm, west of S.W, 10th Terracewas Diabetes injured nIghtly Thursday when Chunh. Pennsylvania said the plan inclose Bo mat'na kv Carrvany lIe o-Ili.of 101 Put SC

here from Atlanta for the two- which lisa WIM tsp n M milesan recommended for approval -I J the car she was driving over i Dr. Hare'd! A. baby minister Olmsted Air Force Base at I 2nd. Plecd. Ga>n vilMi. Florida

day Interviewing program. hour destroyed all building by the plan board subject to I rf Christ Methodist Church arct ewe..d) M Mcand deogmtftr
turned twice and hurled her eaton Middletown] Pa to "absolutely
The Red Cross Ia looking for In Surigao town. site plan approval by the Boardof Electing Set I In New York will be keynote .t sIts Peso CAfes .*
I Waldo Road north ot 8th: devastating the economy of Gair.*>.ll.. FIaricIcLClaCULATION
for young men and women From Mindanao the typhoon Adjustment speaker at the conference.: The "
Ave. city said. I central Pennsylvania.
graduate students for recreation moved northeast across ISegros The board also recommendedcity The Gainesville Lay Diabetes police progra-n also Include a panel I lUTIS ITCASaill
Mrs. Janette boa- Olmsted represent $71 nutUon -
work In the Red Cross and Cebu toward the main Island approval of adding the Society will meet tonight at Avery was discussion and a summary address Ot. MAIL
/to payroll for the I Wo 41
and released after
pilalixed later a
clubmobile program patients In of bison But Its force Cora Cola bottling plant on 7.X at the Guaranty Federal by Dr. Botley. year Its worker I Mae. IS.ISA

military hospitals In the U. S. dropped rapidly and it wan tast UniversIty! Avenue to the community room. The bank Is her car ran off the read Harrisburg area.

and overseas and locial workers downgraded to a tropical storm 'prclal eireptlon list of busi.'ens at t S N. Main St I inoulder, weaved across to the Compel Sing force currently la about 11.000. I rrw.l mbocnehom muot
Hi a00oSc'CW.
In military. hospitals. with maximum winds of > automotive toning uses M Dr. Gerhard Freund assistant other shoulder, then back! again Mayor Charles Ryan of .*MondM peM Ol Audit Surtou ef

General requirements Inch-de miles *is plant can expand Its storje -professor of medicine at itt before flipping She was The Christian Singing Convention SpringfIeld Mass, said he and C\raIIat-

being a UA citizen g,>od health area. Under Its current re--University of Florida will discuss :hnut IS feet from throw"l will bold a gospel sing Rep. Edward P. BoUnd D- sac -.. 4.nN N

and world wide mobility I Quotable notables: "A bore b> inched business aulome' I n eIre diabetes nutrition and al elude stopped.Dsmage Sunday 'I the First Missionary Mass. "seriously question the 00 --. 40 so Id -_ .....

Interested persona shsuldcontact la fellow who opens his moutl category the plant could coboL I to the car BaptIst Church of Auburndale. wisdom of McNamara's dec ,40m.5500-4415 N ot 1. ste .Sontw

the local Red Cross of 'and puts his feats In it" Hen nt expand Us existing facilities Members and Interested cIt I Imated at HflO \. charges, The lUll win begin at 1.>> .... [iioo- to end the Springfield Armory ...-otsoas0W... _. S'SMas'

floe ryFord. woos art Invited. I "ere filed. | and the publIc Is wdnoML set up to 17M on recem-


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Council Approves Kennedy SMILE! With Art Buchwald- 68 Baskets -"I

Memorial Of Food ForThanksgiving



Stand on JewsVATICAN Mass Today Peace in Our Time Sixty eight baskets of: food

} were collected Thursday night
CITY (AP) The Council source said the 1 I for 50 area families' Thai ks-
Priests in somber black robes
Vatican Ecumenical Council today Pope's decision denying an ap- giving/ baskets. -
approved a historic declaration -peal from more than half the will sing a special memorial. I The drive was conducteOy
Mass at 0:13: today at the Catholic
on the Jews and other council for a vote on the religious the University! of Florida IQ2J-
Student Center, 1738 W. University
non-Christians after Pope Paul liberty declaration was Ave., in of NEW YORK The news "But' how can you avoid a, "How do you propose to prevent "If the UN could pull this fraternity Council. It was Hw
memory
VI rejected an Americanledmove announced by Eugene Cardinal President John F. Kennedy.The that Cassius Clay and Sonny fight between the two?" [ some sort of accident In one off, It would gain first Thanksgiving drive Hr
for an Immediate vote on Tisserant as the council beganthe Anton have postponed their "By keeping them talk I n g which there would be no turn- Immtal sponsored! by the IFC ?
ritual of several
the council' controversial reli- final working day of Its 1964 is one fight for at least sit months When people are talking, they Ing back by either side*" surable atandlng Have you Fraternities collecting ,1C
formal observances for
gious liberty declaration.The seession.It planned was greeted at the United Nations talked to lilt Clay about It'" EJJS1-
the of the PresIdent' won't fight. Perhaps eventually "First we would rail a meet most baskets were Alpha
document on non-Chris-\ was Cardinal Tlsserant who anniversary. with great relief. The fear they'll realize it is to their best ing of the UN Security Coon "Yes, we have, and he said Inn PI, 32 baskets; Sigma Chi
tians, which says thtf Jews must announced Thursday that the 22 assassination, Friday, that the two men would actually Interest as well as their coun- cil, where they could present he'd consider It If he could have i25: Kappa Sigma, nine, and
Nov. 1963.
never be considered cursed or council presidency, a steering get Into a fight has been try's not to fight at all." their cases The Security Council U Thant's job." (Kappa Alpha two. _.
specially blamed for the crucI- committee of 12 cardinals, had The special Mass Is being offered hanging over this body for "It' sounds like a big order"[ could censure either one or ____
fixion of Christ, was approvedwith decided not to hold a vote on the this afternoon so that students weeks. "It would be If we weren't both of them If they still Insist

1,657 prelates in favor, 242 declaration at this session. can attend who will be out "Our strategy," a UN official dealing with reasonable men.+on fighting after appearing In UNIT ARIAN-U NIVERSALlS :
In favor but with reservationsand American bishops, joined by of town this weekend. said, "has been to see if But both Mr Clay and Mr. Us-1(front. of the IN, then we would -
99 opposed. Canadians and some Euro Prayers will be sung for the we could work out a peaceful ton have shown In the past that[advocate a United Nations, FELLOWSHIPSPEAKER
The declaration also makes peans, then sent the Pope a petition souls of the dead.A solution to a very sticky situation. they only want to fight as a peace force headed by a Swedish -
overtures to the Hindus, Budd- signed by 1,400 prelates. memorial Mass is a special With a six month breather last resort 'I' general to patrol the prizefight
hists and Moslems and restatesthe Without a vote, the declaration service, and cannot be sung on we're hoping to get the two- "They prefer to call each ring In Boston" FRANCISCO RODRIGUEZ JE: *

Roman Catholic Church's lies over until the council Sundays under Catholic doctrine -principals to sit around a table other names, and we naturallywant "Do you think It will cometo Tompo Attorney .=
opposition to discrimination or reconvenes, possibly In 1966. In and discuss their differen c e s, to encourage this. After that?" -
harassment on account of race, the Interim conservative opponents An observance also was plan- We don't think anything can all, both sides have so much "Not' as long as It's possiblefor TOPIC: CIVIL RIGHTS: LOOKING AHEAD .r

color_or creed. claration.The hope. to scuttle the de- ned today at the chapel of St. be gained by a fight." more to lose than to gain by engaging one" or the other to. get a All Who Are Interested Are WelcomeHAM. -=
Mission and in combat""But
Augustine parochial hernia
most The controversial declaration one before of the the revolt of the bishops was school, NW 4th Ave. and 4th StAt "Why has the UN taken an both men have said I "Isn't there a question o f Sunday Nov. 22 1024 NW 1 Oth AvenueMOTOROLA
Interest In the
council, is not expected to be the most sensational development Hillel Foundation, It NW dispute1""If things about the other that money as well as prestige \Involved
promulgated as a decree until since the council first assembled -18th St., a memorial service to you will recall, a few would certainly Indicate there ?"
the next council session. on Oct. 11, 1962. I honor the late President will\ begin months ago Mr. Clay said that was no other way out than to "Yes, but we think we can
During the recess that begins Pope Paul reportedly heard at 7:30: tonight. The program he expected some sort of skulduggery fight" I solve thai We plan to put the
another plea to allow a vote will Include remarks bya and he was going to "We believe most of t h e s e Security Council meeting 0 n :
Saturday, it will be revised to
from Joseph Cardinal Frings of political science professor, followed Invite members of the United statements were for the benefit closed theater television and ,
into account of the
take some
Germany Thursday night when by Sabbath service. Nations to witness the 11 I g h t t. of the press. The feeling here sell tickets. We believe people =
reservations lates expressed by pre-|I the Pope met for more than an' A special high Mass will be As soon as he requested UN assistance is that they have to put on a would be far more InterestedIn
today. hour with it became an international show of belligerence to to the two
a large group of car- In please paying see men
at 10 IS Sunday
But the favorable vote means sung : a.m. matter and we were ask- their
Neither
dinals. supporters would
party acnate than they In seeIng -
no major changes of substancecan 1 A source who helped write the St. Patrick's church, 704 NE 1st ed to step In"JJZitIi wants It to com to blows." them_swing at each_other" Color/65
be made, and that It Is onlya St. The Mass Is in addition to
document said it was fora
ready
question of time-barring un- regular services.
foreseen developmentsbeforethe vote more than a month ago, Tribute will be given In songto !
declaration becomes a for- after being revised In accor- the late President at the an- Our Men in Uniform
mal council decree. dance with the debate on it last nual year-end program of the
September. But he said the combined choral units on the UF
:
council's theological commission -campus Tuesday at 8:15: p.m. In A number of Gainesville! and ed a five week finance pro- craft structural repairman.He .

New Bridge whose top members are University Auditorium.The area men are visiting ports' cedures course at the Army Finance Is a graduate of Bradford 23"
In the European area after
leading conservatives repeat participating School at Fort Benjamin
tribute will be the finalto High School and a former student -
In Operation S t eel Harrison
edly examined the documentand a varied program. The selection Pike, the largest amphibious I I Ind. I at the University of Hawaii (>>'_oM .,.. "'he MM, U4.... *> ,......vMM' ._)
In delayed its submission to of During the course Ring received -
Opening Is the concluding portion
combat training exercise held wife
In His Sandra, Is from
the the / Instruction In
council until last minute. Army Finance -
the cantata, "Heritage of free-
the Atlantic since World War II. Hanover, N. H.
American and north procedures for use In the
European
RECTANGULAR
dom. The work composedin
was Three local Marines served I
New YorkNEW field and the i I
its defenders garrison.
bishops were strongest -
1961 by Russel Danburg. associate with the Second Battalion, Sec-
during the September The year-old soldier Is a Marine Lance Cpl. Donald R.
professor of music at the ond Marine Division from Camp
YORK (AP) The debate. It was opposed by University of Florida. It was Lejeune, N. C. 1961 graduate of Gainesville Joiner, son of Mr. and Mrs
newest engineering marvel prelates from Spain and Italy drawn from President Ken They were Marine Lance Cpl. High School and attended the James N. Joiner of 125 NIB: 20th QIb@R( NFromMOTOROLA
the 260-foot( VerrazanoNarrows where Catholicism is the state nedy's Inaugural address. Kermit T. Milliard, son of Mr.I University of Florida. St, recently participated In a
: combat exerciseat
I 30-day training
Bridge, world's largest religion and other religions are and Mrs. T. 0. Hilliard of 204A
and heaviest single suspensionspan restricted.The Clarence Beckham, radioman Key West.
severely NW 34th Ave., with the Second I I
opens to traffic Saturday declaration representsone PTA Council Marine Regiment; Marine PFC seaman apprentice, UNS, ion 011 lie I Is aislgned to Marine All-

linking Staten Island with of the chief overtures by the r Hits Forced Vernon T. Carter Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs. Sam Beckman of''I Weather Fighter Squadron 235,
Brooklyn. council to the cause of Christian Mr. and Mrs. V. T Carter Sr. Jampvllle, recently graduatedfrom operating out of the Marine
Ground-breaking ceremoniesfor unity. The petition to the Pope Race Transfers of 900 NE 22nd St., with the Radioman School, Naval Corp Air Station, Beaufort, ilaaeat ; rs.t-).
the new bridge Its main warned that unless the councilwas sixth regiment; and Marine Training Center, Bainbridge, S. C '
center span Is 60 feet longer allowed to vote In the document BRADENTON (APThe) Lance Cpl. Major C. Seay, son Md,
o.os
than the main span of San Fran- "the confidence of the Florida Congress of Parents and:'of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Seay of The 24 week school covers PROPANE I
cisco's Golden Gate were world, both Christian and non- Teachers oppose compulsory 2138 NW Seventh Ter., with the electronics and radio operating
held Aug. 13, 1959. The bridge Christian, (might) be lost." transfer of students from their eighth regiment. techniques. He Is qualified for I
cost $350 million to build, is The Italian news agency Ansa schools near their homes to Members of the First Battalion assignment as a radioman alone LP. GAS o
nearly three miles long, has two schools across town "to achieve s 1i
said during the Pope's meeting Eighth Regiment of the of the Navy' communication -
traffic levels of six lanes each, with the cardinals Thursday racial balance Second Division were Marine facilities. HOTTIt THAN" II
4
and can be seen at sea on a night he announced "the reformof I nat resolution adopted at the fi PFC James F. Ron Jr., son of NATUtAL GAl 1 1
clear day from 40 miles out. the Curia," the predominantly PTA convention session I on Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Ross Sr. Stephen F. Williams, son of
would Cook & Heat Waftr
The bridge contains 145,000 Thursday said such action of 222 NW 20th I
conservative central administration Ave. and Mrs. H. M. Williams of Starke,
miles of bridge wire. Ito of the church which is "destroy the community school Richard E. Stokes, son of Mrs, has been promoted to airman Low Coif
roadbeds are held up by four based at the Vatican. concept. W. C, Hilliard of 1214 NW 'first class In the U. S Air
On religion, the PTA said
cables each a yard In diameterand Eighth Ct.
,
Ansa said an announcement Fore at Hlckam AFB, Hawaii FR 6.5110You'll
schools "should the
made of pencil-sized reflect great Edwin L. Greta firs
1
up control
likely would be made by the moral and ethical of Airman William .I Is tn air-
wires of the strongest steel ever precepts technician seaman, USN, son of ----
Pope at the council's closing sectarian' MOTOROLA COLOR
mankind. .but without
road-
devised. Its preassembled Mr and Mrs. Marvin D. Greenof
way units weigh 400 tons each. session Saturday. emphasis"The Route 4, was part of the Priced Prom J9US
The bridge is 227 feet above Pope Paul said a year ago PTA also said "all counties Navy force participating In, PAY TOO MUCH
that he planned to Internationalize should be required to comply -
the water. The length of Its center Steel Pike
span Is almost three times the largely] Italian Cur I with statutes regarding assessment -! Serving with the Marine Mal I Aw rectangular tuba
ia and to do away with what he of property." Local J .. Motoral' Cotor/M lereinaultr 8
the height of the Empire State I dium Helicopter Squadron 2(1,' *Mltlnfl ptotw
Building ((1,47 feet), the world's called "the archaic and thesuperfluous. I school funds are derived from 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing IF YOU BUY < full, big with she nnurtl.
tallest building 'I[' ." property taxes. from the Marine Corps Air Facility thai II"'".,to total 1II VIe.. __
at New River, N. C., was' Ordmi,v fOUnd tube cola TVrni, I
...... whip w eewu.c end fOunded eR. ..
Marine John A. Hellrieg- ;
I Window Decorators ReadyFifty I el, son of Capt.Mr. and MM. H. H., BEFORE GETTING CfID ::

Hellriegel of 1212 SW First Ave.jMarine I THIS --
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six Individual artists Woods M Service Station, Pam- son of Mr. and Mn. H. T.' OUR PRICE New slim cabinets : ,

ela Key Priem; Florida Phar- Allen of Hawthorne took partas 01w r.rw Motorola I new reefnout"Ibe I It
school classes have sign
and six
ThanksgUingPaint a member of Headquarters bout 12 InchM ihonw than the \
ed up to compete In the annu- macy, Ted Buriialfer; Klnneys Squadron Two of the Second ot NOT reufld Cola tub. onquntly lllm, _
al Thanksgiving window decor Contest Shoes, Mrs. Tonya Rone's Idyl- Marine Aircraft Wing from the THIS Kim. CGlor/11I.." fit Inches tow M -
ating contest Ray Massey, city :wild (th grade class; Mitchells Marine Corps Air Station at I the well thin evil before poMibie -

recreation director, said today ; Shoes, Nick Henderson; McDaniel Cherry Point, N. C. j The with logo sawn olof tW.nil :: I
Twenty-three firms have Leah L. Casey's Llttlewood I Furniture No. 1, Mrs. Lucille Steel Pike saw 21,001) Marines Furniture Manufacturers ___ bi...lIu11y w""other"""" twNthlfloo ,
volunteered their windows. of the Second Marine Division
class; Canova Drugs, Jody Fay's Llttlewood Sth
grade
Artists and windows are: James and Cindy Monroe; Ches- Second Marine Aircraft Wing,!
Linda I class; McDaniel No 2, Patricia and Force Troops, Fleet Marine '
Robertson Jewelers. nuts Office Equipment John AMPLE HOUSES
Futch and Frances New sum; Martin, Steve Eying and Tim I Lee and Gmny Hamilton I Force. Atlantic, along with al(, KWIK FIX T.V::526 .

Baird Hardward No. I, Nancy Tucker; Gilberts, Tom Lead C. C. Murphy No. I, Sylvia battalion of Spanish Marines
Everett Elizabeth Walsh and on, Jim Freaman and Denice Fussell land in a mock awiult on *.ri> MeM St It S.W llHi St Ninth Main Jr. I
Susan Johnson: Baird No. 2.1 I Wooley; W. T. Grant No. 1, ; Murphy No. 2, Nancy: beaches In Southern Spain. | I7M177

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r CONSCIENCEOF WHAT A CHEAT MOVIE IT WOULD MAXB THE TEXAS ON TilE RIGHT-

&iuezukAONN!! iu RANGERS VS. THE FRENCH FOREIGN LEGION



Capt. Truman ,

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Mtllltif DlrtcfWf' 101 TARTAOUONa.Vies WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
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fulttiw RALPlIltIcGILL,.... wtuhi PikllM Good-natured Americana -that li to say, most Americana
THE SUN'S POLICY Or lk< ,......, (0*.)
1. Report 1fi$ news fully Aid impartIally In *. news columni. Harry Truman has been overtaken by a sort of creeping
2. Exp..e the opinions of the Sun In-but only "In-editorial*. decency. Mr. Harry Truman's television show will go far to
3. Publish oil aide of Important eons overalol/ issues TeachingVia dispel that illusion, and to remind us sharply of those dismal -
personal limitations which caused Mr. Truman, at the
The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 time ha left office In 1952, to depart from Washington an

almost universally recognized failure.
The polls, one remembers, show that during the spring
and summer of 1952 he held a very low rating with the

I American people, considerably lower than Mr. Goldwater'i,
Memo to McKinneyThe TelephoneTeaching as recorded a few weeks ago. Once out of office, Mr. Truman

didn't seem so bad. In his morning walks and on television,

road was dust, and the small And that family lives in the classes via television his crotchetness seemed almost endearing, and It was gradually -

Negro boy strained under the weight Northeast section, within the city not so long ago a visionary Ji f l l/// assumed that whatever mistakes he made as President, he

of the bucket he was carrying1. He limits, of Gainesville, Florida, and idea, now Is s o u n dly t / I is a Jolly good fellow.

had brought it more than two blocks they pay $5 a week rent. That's proved and accepted. Rad I o ON THE TELEVISION show In question Mr. Truman went .
has of value in
a cer-
from the fountain that\was provided'as Florida's "University City," Centerof tain educational place '\ after his departed adversary Douglas MacArthur. Not once

a courtesy the sign told us. Science, Education and Medicine. tions. presenta -, did he acknowledge the accomplishments of a man manifestly
better qualified than himself to lead. Instead, Mr. Truman
Three to five times a week the child
Successful use of the t e 1 Ie- satisfied himself a) to make a tired wisecrack or two about
makes the trip. Now, tell us again Mayor McKin- phone as an effective instru- mffS.M MacArthur, b) to .reiterate a dangerously mistaken 'view of
ney, as you have since last August, ment of teaching will more I I foreign policy, and this Is

That child lives in a house eighteen that a minimum housing code for and more bring that old friend Mr. Truman at his embarrass- ing worst c)' to shower upon

feet by twenty-four feet along with Gainesville is unnecessary. Tell us and familiar companion Into his own head a cloudburstof
classroom in the field of
three other people.On again that you want more discussionof use heavenly praise.He .
the minimum housing code as lectures. INCAUTIOUS ZEALOTS PUSH said a) in the course

several of the open windows you did last week. After althe\ Business men are familiar of his general derogation of;
with "the conference telephone Douglas MacArthur
the
'
there are no screens. League of Women Voters and the call." In such a call a num- when he landed again at Lu. .

There is no front door at all. Citizens' Housing Association of ber of corporate units in var- Blind 'MLF' Policy 1 zon, consummating his pledgeto
ious sections of the coun try return to the Philippines,
Sunlight comes through the roof Gainesville, Inc., have, since 1955, are brought together in one it was generally quoted by the

in two places. documented by studies housing in call. Eexcutives can, and do, local GI's that whereas Ad-
discuss ss freely as If they o &ra lark JTlmra Installed U.S. missiles in Turkey Gerard Smith of the State De- miral Nlmitz had confessed to
The child and his family share Gainesville that has no indoor plumbing were together In a hotel con- BY C. U SULZBERGERPARIS and Italy, offered to sell partment, and William Fosterof MacArthur that he did not

with another family the outhouse in or piped-In drinking water.That's ference. American policy them to Allies and began to the Disarmament Agen c y. know how to swim, MacArthur
the backyard.Not towards Europe has been featured strengthen Europe's nuc 1 ear Despite Foster's insistencethat confided that he did not know
ONE OF THE PROBLEMS by Incautious zeal Washington strength MLF would destroy any how to walk on water.

only is there no lavatory in ten years, Mr. Mayor. in education Is how to extend may change its mind or chance of an arms freeze A good barracks room
the "reach" of outstand I n g shift from tack to tack but WHAT BECAME today'sMLF with Russia, Johnson b a c ked story, that went the rounds In
the house, there is no tub, showeror But tell the child that plan had a vacillating Flnletter.
carries the teaches. In the summer of those who question its zigzag the late forties, a perfectly
hot water supply. drinking water down that dusty road 1963 the Fund for Advan e- course are all to often regarded history. It was initially c o received The zealots who, with b r i 11llant I- healthy bit of Iconoclasm. On
ment of Education (a divisionof by U.S. zealots as by General Nor. t ad, determination have pushed the understanding, however,
The siding on the house had deteriorated that the minimum housing code is the Ford Foundation) supported either saboteurs or nuts. Thisis Adenauer and Spaak as a through present MLF polIcy !- that such stories are for the

the chimney needed replacing unnecessary. a pilot project. The results now the case with the famously land based force. Still under are a remarkable, devot troops to give them a little
the foundation out of were unexpectedly good. complicated projectfor Eisenhower, the project was ed group. Smith and Prof. relief from the general apotheosis
was moved seaward
The Idea was to assist small a NATO nuclearmissilefleet originally as Robert Bowie, who weddedthe : they are not for com-
level. In our mind's eye well try to schools that could not pay known as MLF (multi a Polaris submarine fleet In original missile and politi manders In- chief to tell on

console him with Emerson-'The traveling expenses of notable lateral force). May, 1961, President Kennedy, Integration theories into coast-to-coast TV.

The water lapped over the side of figures In education to h s v e When the U.S. began its gingerly endorsed the Idea and Washington dogma have received Mr Truman said b) that
dice of God are always loaded. For the benefit of such lectures In October 1962, it was presented effective aid from the General MacArthur in
the bucket as the child stepped up a current European policy with advocating
NATO surface
to
concrete block into the house. everything you have missed, you and discussions. the Marshall Plan, Washington not submersible,as flotilla.a tough, politically experlenc e d the hot pursuit of Red

have gained something else. The Dr. Moses Hadas, head of aimed at a vibrant Independent Finletter. Like all lealots Chinese airplanes Into Man
the department of Greek and continent which then Germany, which had b u lit they are persuaded of the churia, and the bombing of
Now, Mayor McKinney, that's a world, turn it how you will, balances Latin at Columbia University, was allied with North America West Europe's largest a r my, Tightness of their cause Manchurian air bases, was

third to a fifth of the family's week itself Every secret Is told, was able to deliver a series through NATO. Europewas welcomed any formula offerIng advocating effect a third
ly supply of water, every of 18 lectures at four predom- to furnish conventio n II Bonn a nuclear voice THE ARGUMENT on MLF, world war. "If we crossed the
virtue rewarded, every wrong redressed inately Negro colleges in Mississippi forces behind which U. S. nu- But Britain demurred; other to which the U.S. once again Yalu River Into Communist I

To drink. in silence and certainty." and Louisiana. clear power would brandish a allies were dubious, and conceives of no alternatl v e, China or bombed Manchuria,
Jackson State, Tougal on, vengeful sword. France was hostile. has become Impassioned and the Russians would have come
almost theological MLF to the aid of the Chinese and
Grambllng, and Southern Un Uverslty. means
De Gaulle
always opposed
ADVANTAGES TOO COSTLY Amplifiers brought the NOBODY QUESTIONED the any kind of rigid Integration all things to all men. Even that would have Immediately

lectures to the widely scattered wisdom of these efforts and whether European or Atlantic, Washington proclaims It brought" on a third world
I < classrooms.At their con- trouble originated only when, and disagrees with U.S. atom would simultaneously unify I war. Q. E. D.

Red'' ChinaBy clusion student were able to during the Korean War, the ic strategy. H favors a NATO, discourage Bonn's nuclear What Is wrong with that
Recognizing ask questions and have answers US. resolved to rearm West trip wire response to a g- ambitions, a 11 r a c k analysis Is roughly speak I n g
from Dr. Hadas. Germany The chosen formula gresslon and a national I French participation, I In. everything

RICHARD WILSON of arms control, trade and of a government not meaningthat During the past academic envisaged an Integrated European French nuclear force In September crease Europe's nuclear pro TO BEGIN WITH, In 1951
Chief, Cowles travel, not because there! we approve Its structure army. This in turn 1951, he sent Eisenhower liferation. However, among the Russians could not have
Stephens at
Washington Bureau would be any constructive result The price of travel In Red Columbia year, Mo College, the Initiated thought of European a memorandum proposing those who disbelieve this I sustained a third world war
WASHINGTON Shea<< Id but to convince other people China is very high. At one of accepted out the political Integration, a conceptthat that Washington, London pleasant dream are Paris and and most certainly would not
we soften/ our hard line In Asia that we were not stage American Journalistswho first challenge major effort carrying/ at Inter- has since fascinated and Paris jointly control a 11 Moscow. not have undertaken to fight
against Red China? Has the trying to hem In China. It wished to go there would institutional Stephens Washington atomic we a po n s and highhandedly The truth Is If the U.S. Insists one against the overwhelm
time come to let the Pelplng would then be demonstrated, have been compelled to pledgein asked cooperation.to At the start, Indeed until warned that "hence on bringing the MLF argument ingly superior odds of Amer
government Into the U n I ted so It Is argued, that China's advance what they would leadership was because It ass had u m for e spring 1952, General E I. e n- forth all development of t h e to a crunch It will ica's nuclear striking force.
Nations? Could we explore Isolation Is due to her own bad write. Unless we are In the been In hower himself thought such an present (French) participation fracture, not unify, NATO During the period In question
opening up trade and travel? behavior and not to our vindictiveness market for dried eggs and some Interviews years with, prominent bringing Idea nonsense but he 1 at. r In NATO" would be "sub whatever the Russian rep e r- China was hardly In a position .

These Ideas come to the hog bristle, the commoditieswe figures to students in political an adopted it and, as President, ordinated" to acceptance of cussions are. De Gaulle Is not to withstand nuclear retaliation
fore In official discussionshere These proposals are of the could exchange with Red American government course. refused either to contemplate that Idea. It was spurned and bluffing and De Gaulle has by the United States.
In consequence of the same vintage as the strictly China are very limited. an alternative to the European France's Alliance participation more support than Washington Nor was the Soviet Union

slightly altered relations between unpragmatlc arguments that The advantage of softeningour LAST YEAR In the first army or to recognize its thereafter waned. admits. Even at age 80, Mr. Truman
Red China and Russia. undeniably policies, even if this doom until It died. A similar has learned
because Russia, an semester, a 10 week seminar Yet the zealots are deter apparently not -
Some former State Department Communist nation, Is S should produce some results.Is aimed at Improving the blind passion engulfed the KENNEDY, alarmed by mined to Impose their plan the critical role that Rus-
officials no longer In the member of the United Nations so slight that It would hardly teaching of science was offer American approach to British French opposition refrigerated not to divide and rule, but to sian bluff played In foreign

government are taking the so also should be Com- be due compensation for. ed to teachers at six coop. membership In the C o m mon MLF In 1963. But, on April\ rule and divide. They are en- Policy d u r In g the Truman
lead In this discussion. munist China because It Is an undermining Chiang i Kai.Shek'e crating colleges and universities Market and today domlnat e s 10, 1964, President J e h n s on fevered by their vision and years. And then the suggest-
Their reasoning Is highly established and sovereign gov government on For- as well! as to teachers thinking on MLF made It primordial policy would make of MLF a monument tion that Mr. Truman knew
mosa. This Is result whichno
impressionistic China has ex- ernment. This overlooks the American a from 38 neighboring high After the Soviet 1957 S put' after consulting Ambassa dor to Allied unity. Alas, if more than General MacAr

ploded Its first atomic device. fact that Russia, as well at been willing to government Invite. If has the schools. One of the notable nik the U.S. became deep 1 y Finletter, the U.S. envoy t o they are allowed to run roughshod thur about the worldwide mil
Russia and China are reconsidering Chiang Kai-Shek's China was guest lecturers was Nobel concerned about Russia's missile NATO, Undersecretary Ball. it Is more likely to be itary situation suggests how
their differences. among the founders of the Chlan ever 'present. American threat of Prize winner Hermann Muller power and successively Assistant Secretary Tyler and unity's tombstone. hard Mr. Truman Is bitten by
Therefore, this i Is the time for United Nations and that there aupported professor of genetics at the superstitious view of the

the United States to make alterations Is no comparability between to military be removed establishment the psychological were the University of Indiana. During anointive magic that the Prey
In Its policies to fit Russia's founding member the second semester Stephens idency confers even on a man
results In Asia could be
some future contingencieswhich ship and the admission of offered two coon e none who had theretofore been a
disastrous.WE .
may never arise, and Red China. In "American Life As [! Voice of the People I Ii prairie politician whose entire
of which we do not even know DO NOT withhold com Seen by Contemporary Writ-I e military experience was
BUT MORE Important, I IS a captain In the
the present shape. munication with Red China ers" and the other, "Great American
those who would admit Red because we hate the Chinese Issues In Contemporary S o- Expeditionary Forces in
ONE OF THE more tortured China, recognize it, trade with people or because we are so ciety." i tOn The Sun's I World War 1.
suggestions comes from It, and travel In It, apparentlywish simple minded as to suppose Opinion Page--I The trouble with MacAr-
Among the lecturers In these
Ambassador George to sacrifice any possibility thur, Truman concluded
that Communist
former will
regimes courses were Kay Boyle, Saul Oihil*** 11M (Mum.*!* .! turn _4n ace wal..ewe I. Hi. v.... .f Ik* f_l" ..linn*. Utttn that "he was
F Kennan, a noted State Department of bringing diplomatic fall If we do not recognize .. .., 1144 N. .. thought he was greater -
Bellow, John Dos Passes mutt be nt *4 end bee H> ter' < IM* will b* withhold II .***.*. A .iMfw ik<...y
planner, who says pressure for changes In Red them. We withhold recount- ... ....... 300 sods .*t mutt be *HN.. M Mho see side .* HM MM,, ,.., ....... be .***. TU than the President of the
that of course w. should con- China's aggressive external tlon for two reasons. The first Ralph Ellison, James T, Farrell So* NWVM the rif. lit to rtltct My .MN* M Oe seeN. .ltll.,. ......'... ,lie weds KIM*..* w United States"
\, Karl Shapiro, and John ". ....
tinue to vote against the admission policy. Ills apparently be- Is that the conditions of recognition "THERE IS NO doubt
of Red China to the lieved that if Chins were as the Chinese see Updike Barbara, In Ward the,literary Henry S course.t. ele Disputes'No a better judge of this when he stated regarding the U. S. Supreme most minds that General Mac-In

United Nations, but that we brought Into the parlor She them are virtually Impossiblefrom Comrnager, Margaret Mead said that the current candidate Court that "usually refusal Arthur was far greater, by
should not urge other nations would behave better. our point of view, Involving Ralph Bunche, David Riea-, Socialism' and program had full- to hear a case of this any relevant standard, than
to do This would amountto who would recognizeRed do double- ''
so Those as they a nature means the high court' the Incumbent President
man and others were heard In filled his dream of Socialism. of
abandoning our position China usually say that cross of the Formosa government theCentemporary t Issues EDITOR, Sun: As one of the Wilson goes on further to agrees with the lower court's the United States. It Is a matter -
say
maintained In four presidential would have a "ltstentngpost" The other reason Is "
we 2S million who lost In the recent ruling. of history that General
administrations against the at least that the could when course. we nave no government ownershipno
In Pelplng, day come You MacArthur did
election It has been biter fixed are surely In not consider
admission of the Pelplng gov When It Is pointed out that the rulers of Red China wouldbe price- no error on
office
he
this any held
ernment. If the United States the amount of Information gotten willing to pay the price of PARTICIPATING with Stephens eating to see how the extremists government control of c h 11 f point. The Court's refusal "greater" than as being

were to so temper Its opposition by the British and French full acceptance in the world In each lecture were of the left have suddenly production facilities etc, etc; not means ONLY that It will ey of the United the Preside
hew
the States He
Kansas Wesleyan. Southern Actually\ we have governmente case.
the U. N undoubtedly through official channels Is community. become moderates" aa the"liberal" did
University. Wilberforce, More- w a e r ship of thousands of Mr. Justice Holmes In a not disobey orders. He
In. become
would vote Red China probably less than we get Secretary of State Dean label has a
house, Le Moyne, L In g ston, homes through foreclosure 1922 opinion said, "The denial gave up his post Instantly oa
Another line of reasoning Is through Nationalist Chinese Ruck: therefore, la hold I is g little better understood for
being
Drury, Tougaloo, Crambll 1 D stores of grain and other food of a writ of certiorari relieved of it He pressed -
that we could afford/ now to espionage, advocates: of recognition firm behind the policies 01Trum.n g what it realty Is: and new his
try to Increase our contacts usually resort to some Eisenhower, Kennedy and Jackson State, S t u dents stems to be taking on a tinge supplies complete ownership Imports no expression of opin Went .military elect views on Pre -
with Red China la the fields generality about recognition and Johnson. had of course, done preparatory of taint. of TVA and COG t re I of ion upon the merill.of the Eisenhower IJ.ar
work before each lecture REA price fixing control: case, as the bar bas been told later, and when Mr. El
Unless such theSun's
writers
and bad questions ready u la as good as ownership and many times." senhower declined to accept
POTOMAC FEVER Richard Wilson\ have a In them, be b l luna declined to-
a 1950
TIle average cost of an amplified should this control gradually creep- opinion, Mr. Jus-
feeling of there
guilt criticize
Ing Into phase of life tic, Frankfurter Mr. Eisenhower pub
telephone lecture of one be every I said "In**
ny JACK WiLSON Cowlea Washington Bureau hour was $150." In one ease little reason for the defensive feel that Mr. W 11 s II Is much therefore, !that an thata licly. He was always the soldier -
articles they are writing but of a strain of ,
teachers at number of institutions either blind or .ta favor of denial of a petiuoa for
a a oldie
find out whether Rocky and such In
Sen. Goldwater wants a survey to Romney as appeared Sunday'sSun. writ of certiorari great beyond the
hurt his campaign-and if they didn't, who In the world was It? heard Dr. Peter In his defense of the It. that means a Mr. Truman to understand.
fewer
Medwar of London It r an press he grouped John S. As a !loser Fm not enthusiastic than four mere. MacArthur
during bit lifetime
Corps hour. The cost WM $450 for -but I hope that ben of the Court thought that
Sargent Shriter plans to send to backward nations. The Knight with LJppmann and the It should be fortbore personal crib
training is pretty rough-you start by making house calls at night. the hour. Mr. Knight perhaps wrote one administration will be better Court has granted, ton dam, of Mr. Truman. It was
There are still "bugs" to be of the meet clearly subetaa- than/ I expect rigorously Insisted only after his death that an
that
Cambodia kuks out U.S. Journalist A reporter's field is getting limited worked out. The Industry Indicates tilted Indictments of the press JOHN W. HASTINGS It no such Implication a denial carries with Interview was publicized la

now he's unwelcome In Cambodia, Mississippi, and the Republican National that a total of II par although he was not la turn the whatever regarding which MacArthur fed eonfe
Committee. tlcJpatlnllmUtuIonIla feast with Goldwattr. Mr. Wilson Court Refusal the Court's views OB led his admiration of Truman
bin, experiments will continue further with merits ef a case which K .
goes his toothing .has ai a "gutsy little bastard.
Astronaut John Glenn Is always a welcome ,Uiltor at the \Ulte House-and this year. syrup that "socialism la not Means. Nothing Court declined hat said to this nview. Tie ."
that he's a bird colonel he's practically a member of the family. Ills good to have our old 1 Just around the corner.* gam again and It takes precisely till*
now ; again and
friend the telephone, becomea Perhape Norman Tie mas EDITOR Sun: la today's dmonitioa bas again the qualities\ to attempt to do to
new wen I" the claim they learned from Khrushchev's mistakes- fun fledged "Teacher," or the perennial socialist candidate (Nov. 17) editorial -RuOnp ed." la be repeat'NELTRAL. MacArtllur and MacArtsir's

,r.auch as be careful whom you leave behind when you go en vacation. 'at least a teacher's lid. for President would be M Pupil Assignment." yes reputation what Mr. Truman
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) November 20, I9<4_Gainesville Sun y
wuwcung'txte'following persons fist Church at Arredonda The -- -

after S p.m.: Mrs. Mae Alice choral group of Lodge No. 113 Anniversary
of Special InterestTo Harris, FR -4017 or John will conduct the devotional serv
Dukes, Jr., FR 20324. ices. ABOUT PEOPLEDr. Party SundayHIGH
The round trip fare is $13.40.
the You'll have to pay your own ho. Each member is asked. to pay SPRINGSMr.. and
Colored Community tel expenses Mrs. Mae Alice 100. and Mrs. Albert G. Lave Richard Smith, Dr and Mrs. Mrs. Luther Guynn will celebrate -

Harris, reporter. Jr. have returned from WaJi- Gerald Scklrbler. Dr. and their twenty-fifth wedding

News Items for this page should be directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored) News LACROSSE NEWS ington D. C.. where they at Mrs. Donald Etonian. Dr. anniversary Sunday from
editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR -5753.. Do rot send tended funeral services for the and Mrs. Job. Robbins, Dr. 3 to S p.m. with an open houseat
Items directly to the Sun office.tmtH ARCHER NEWS United Choirs Untoa former's father, Brig. Gea. Al- and Mrs. Melvin Giver Dr. the High Springs Woman's

....., bert Gallatla Love, 17 who Harry Glllls and Dr. James
err.ny.vn.nR Mm mil will to taunt M Pale 1 Fellowship Day Set The United Choirs' Union will Club.
died at his home. White. relatives of
Washington All friends and
convene at the Mount Olive A.M .
TERRIERS CLOSE lin Hart, secretary at Lincoln; time. Those who fail to attend) The observance of Fellowship .E. Church at Atlas Sun Services were conducted at the couple are Invited to attend.
SEASON TODAY High School; guest teachersare will have to pay a SI.00 fine Day will be held at the St. Peter day. Nov. 22, at 3 on There the Fort Myers Chapel, followed :
What promises to be a very : Class No. 1, Mrs. Mattie The public is Invited. M r I. Baptist Church on Sunday, Nov. are six choirs In the p.m.union. by burial with full military
exciting and thrilling game Is in Middleton; Class No. 2, Mrs Hattie Hughes, worthy matronCHURCH 22. honors In Arlington National 7ld
store for fans when the mighty Nellie Grant; Class No. 3, Miss The schedule of services I I.I Isis The public is invited to at- Cemetery. 66

Douglas Anderson, city champions Juanita Dickerson; Claw No. 4, I follows: tend. Mark Ivery Brown, president M The late General Love, former I
from Jacksonville, clash Miss Rosa Spence; Class No. S, ANNOUNCEMENTSML : Morning worship conducted b y ; Merlin Holmes secretary assistant surgeon general .
head on with the hustling Terriers Miss Frederica Nix; Class NoJ Carmel Baptist Sunday the men at 11 a.m.: Procession n' ; Rev W. H. Atkins, pastor; retired In 1916 He was a TODAY November 20
of Lincoln High School today Mrs. Dona Coward; Class, School, I:30 a.m.; mor al; song service, Archer Male I Dora Reed, reporter. fellow and charter member of Buffet complimenting
at 1 p.m. No.7, Mrs. Ellen Rush; and,,Ing worship, 11 a.m.; Bapt I it Chorus; devotions Deacon J. C, the American College of Surgeons Miss I supper Jane Bingham, c ar a aks
Three bands will play for this Class No. t, Mrs. Lois Harrison Training Union, 1:30: p.m.. and Crawford; Introduction of speak and received the Legionof bride elect of G11 r e I
colorful event. The highly rat. evening worship T pm.'There1 er, Rev. Henderson pastor; ac Merit and the Sir Henry A. Schildge of Middle-town N. g J., / Asi t Cold Cuts
ed Mebane High band will do wiU be mid week Meditation mon; solo, Willie Cunningham M1Newberry; Welcome Prize for advances one GMs. Culto
Morning worship 11 a.m.: OES Mrs. Justin Harlow, tot NW Order. Ails 0Vorl.y
the Services Tuesday '':M :selection, Archer Male Chorus
In
pre-game show. The Doug- Acting pastor, Mrs. E. W. pmt ; military medicine. 20th Terrace. of Salads
las Anderson marching 100 will Walker, teacher in A. Quinn Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30 collection, Deacon B. J. Michael' LI. (1J' g. ) Albert G. Love To Go.O .
share the halftime show and Jones Elementary School I p.m.; and Teachers'> Mcetmj, I and Frank Nattiel; and re- Inspected By III, son of the Loves, flew to SATURDAY November tl
; Thursday, 730pm.: Rev. T A. marks L. J. Rollins. I Luncheon honoring Mill I
Lincoln band. l Washington for his
High grandfather's
speaker, Mrs. Christ Mather1son .
Jane Bingham, bride elect
Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W. Dinner served at 1 i Mrs. Keller
Come early and get your president of local United p.m. j funeral from duty on the of George Schlldge of Mid-
Hamm
reporter The Choir I | Evening services conductedby VSS
Aircraft Carrier
the
seats as pre game shown Church Women Mrs. Matherson I FrankLin
; dletown N.J. 1 Mrs.
will have its rehearsal today the women at 7:30: p.m.. Pro. NEWBERRYMrs.. Ethel D. Roosevelt pm
will begin at 7:30: p.m. The tick. will be introduced by Mrs. with the Sixth John Cherry Hotel Thomas.
ets are on sale with the pricesthe Cora Roberson teacher In A. 8 p.m. cessional; song service choir; Keller of Plant City, AssociateGrand fleet In the Mediterranean _
same as they were during Quinn Jones Elementary I Shady Grove Primitive Bap devotion, Mrs. Mayola Chat Matron of the Grand Also In Washington for the
the Homecoming game. School: special selection tist Sunday School 10 a.m.; man; introduction of speaker, Chapter of Florida, Order of services were MM. o. O. Price
from Bethel A.M.E. Church group,'prayer meeting, 11 a.m. and[Mrs. Elizabeth Smith selection, Eastern Star, made her official of Alexandria, V.. and Mri. J&,
SLATES PROGRAMThe offertory Miss Pmkenon, Mrs I prayer meeting again, 6 30 p.m. choir; speaker, Mrs. McFadden: Inspection of Newberry Chapter' R. F. Clements of Washing G
Undenominational Choirs'Union Thelma Gay and Mrs. Alberta Rev R. J. Cainous, pastor response, Mrs. Hill, teacher in 198 at a recent banquetVincent ton, daughters of General
will present Its program, 1 Rivers; and response, Mrs. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter. the Archer School; solo, Mrs. I lAve, and Mrs. Love lit, of I ..FOR ell. ON\'OU LIST
Brooker R. Brief
Greater Gainesville
Bell Methodist ,
entitled "Choirs In Parade" at t Gladys Alexander, Alachua I Lucille Haynes; collection Mrs. Orlando.
Sunday School, 10 a m.; Roberta Campbell; remarks, Past Grand Patron, gave the ,
the Second Morning Star Bap- (County speech correctlonlsts. I FLORIDA
Youth Program, 11:30: a. m.; Mrs. A. E. Michael; and ben Invocation Guests were greeted S' '
list Church Nov. 23 :
on Monday
at 7 Evening worship, (30: p.m.: pastor; Mrs. Nellie Moore, re diction. by Mrs. Gladys Roberts Worthy Dr and Mrs. 0. Ballard I : CITRUS
p.m. Acting pastor, Mrs. Ruth Kin porter. Matron, and Phil C. MeDii- Simmons of Boca Raton former <
For an evening of superb entertainment sey, an employee at Said n d Hopewell Baptist Sun d a y da, Worthy Patron. Gainesville residents. ,
plan now to be Training Center; devotional I School, 10 a m.; morning worship -YOUNG PEOPLE'S PROGRAMThe spent two days here early I
present. services, Mrs. Lillian Harvey 11 a.m.; and evening worship young people of the Guests present Included Mrs this week. Dr. Simmons, mem- Send a gift of thoughtfulness this
and Mrs. C. D. Cohen; guest 1:30: p.m. Rev. W. J. Tay- Friendship Baptist Church are Vincent R. Brice, Past Grand ber of the IT College of Edo holiday, : delicious, fresh citrus,

NOTICEW. speaker, Mrs. Ella S. 'Daniels.a [ lor, pastor; Mrs. ,Agntl Cordon sponsoring a special program at 11 Matron; Dr. E. W. Garris Past cation faculty for many years, glazed fruits Jellies, marmalades ,
0 Nealy, Chairman of the teacher In Lincoln High I reporter. the church on Sunday at 7 p.m. Grand Patron; Miss Mary Is Dean of Education at Florida I o gift the whole family will enoy.|
United Fund Drive Committeeof School. The speaker will b e Lake, Butler Hopiwtll The public Is invited. Rev. nE. Atlantic University. I .,
the South East Boys' Club Introduced by Mrs F. M. Good. A.M E. '- Sunday School,. 1 10 White, pastor Treasurer; I .0. 20 Yori Syci.iiful
Gilt Frvit SMM'iie I* AUcku. c..
branch, announced that the man, a teacher in A. Quinn .!} morning worship, ll Grand Organist all of Gainesville
United Fund Drive is being held]Jones Elementary School; offertory a.m.; ACE. League, } p.m.; NOTICE and Mrs. Ernestine Elsen- I Attending the Florida Pediatrics I CROSS CREEK GROVES

throughout the schools this Mrs. Oretha Duncan, and evening worship, 7pm. The Floral Court Lodge No. ocher, Keystone Heights, Grand Society meeting at Long
Boat ,. o. ... 101 lilw Gr. .. 4(4-1419
Key Sarasota DIM
week.It and Mrs. Alice Seabrooks; and Rev. Cliffton Simmons, pastor; 54 will hold Its meeting at the Instructor. last weekend >
is hoped that a good recordof Mrs. Louise Haile, a teacher In ,Mrs. Willie Mae Perry, report-& regular meeting' place today at t I were Dr. and Mrs 1\1.... I I OH'CREEK< WIIU.I .,., Owe.r
giving will be established. Lincoln High School, will give er. 0 p.m. A social hour followed t b e via Kokomoor, Dr. and Mrs famous CROSS brand guarantees qualify

The schools participating are the response. I The members are asked to business meeting.Thanksgiving.
Jones A. Quinn, Duval, LincolnHigh The pastor, officers and mem- YOUTH PROGRAM be present, Mrs. Florrie He- ----- -

and Williams. bers extend a special Invitation There will be a Youth Program Bose, president; Mrs. Ellen W. NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'SCOLOR
The South East Branch of the to the public to be present. at the Church of Cod in Turner, secretary;. Mrs. DollleParrla +} ttL
Boys' Club of Gainesville has|Mrs. Addle Coleman chairman TV HEADQUARTERS
j Christ, corner of 15th St., and reporter.ANNIVERSARY.
been accepted as an agency of ; Rev. W. J. Taylor, pas N.E.: 3rd Ave., on Saturday at II
the United Fund. tor. a p.m. SEE GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SELECTION OF
There Is no admission fee, buta The Ushers' Board No. 2 of
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSFirst LAKE BUTLER NEWS free-wW offering will be ac Lodge No. 113 will celebrate 1 Its Cards i ZENITH PRODUCTS

Baptist Sunday School Party Set cepted. anniversary on Tuesday, Nov.
9 45 a m; morning worship, 11 There will be given a partyat 24, at ( p.m. at the Masonic for Thursday, Nov. 26

a m.: and afternoon worship, 3 the home of Mr. and Mrs ALACHUA NEWS Hall on N.W. 3rd St., and 4th CHISNUT OFFICE I Choose the COLOR TV that's
pm. Rev. W. A. Miles,
pastor; Russel Edwards on behalf of Plans ProgramThe Place. EQUIPMENT CO.. INC.
firs. Bessie M. Johnson, report'the Hopewell A.M.!. Church. Voice of Clouds, singers, I There will be an interesting 'Ot w. U,,'.. A.... /a 2.1411
er Saturday at S p.m. will appear In a musical program program. The guest choir No. 1 Built Better to Last LongerHANDCRAFTED
New Salem Baptist Sunday) The public is invited. Mrs. at the Antioch BaptistChurch I.will be from the St. Luke Bap\ .;..:
School 10 am.; morning worship Willie Mae Perry, reporter Sunday at 1 p.m. Deacon
11 a m. and aftern
; 001 n
Frazier;sponsor; Rev. R. F. De- WIGS
worship, 3 The
p.m. sermonsat ALACIIUA NEWS Bose, pastor.
both the morning and after IOOM HviMnHChMW ,
Makes Official VUit)
noon worships will be deliveredby frvft |....y .< re..Mel"
the The Royal Grand Matron of f NOTICE _I .......
pastor or his appointee the Eastern Star will make hat| The Orange Blossom Classic $69.00 up
Mt. Pleasant Methodist-T he
Commission annual official visit on Monday special train will leave Friday, AIM wig leaved, ,$TI.4 t CutCLARA'S
Education and tJ
on
Nov. 23, at I p.m. at the Ma Dec. 4 at 10:13 p.m. at Waldo,
Church School Staff will
meettoday sons' Hall. and arrive at Miami Saturday
in the Second ''
Unit
today The members are urged to at S:40 a m.Reservations. IIAUTY SALON
7.30 p.m. V. L. Trap p,|oe In their uniforms and 0 n have begun by 721 N.W. TtK A... H '-<]]( w
chairman of Board of Education -
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; J. Franklin Jones, Jr., I I'wak
Church School superintendent..
Church School (30 a m; morn

ing worship, Ham., and
evening I
worship, 7 pm. Rev. W. ONCE IN A GREAT w iE..C VALUES II

M The Ferguson Stewardess', pastor.Board program -, I No Printed Circuits No Production Shortcuts

< has been set for Sunday, c'OMFAIO//C. YNS/4WET'
Nov. 22, at 3:30: p.m. and 7 No Compromise with Quality

p.m.

SPECIAL NOTICE

The Female Protection Society .
No 1 meeting set for Sun-| 63 p pDINNERWARE
THIS PC. ..
day at 4 pm. at the GreaterFt. ,

Clark Baptist Church has .

been postponed until a later SERVICE FOE I f .
'
date. Mrs. P. L. Scott, report ; 4. r J
er.I $1788UOHTIIf arm 1

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I NOTICEThe 1N
American Legion Post No. t+ I

30( will meet at the usual meetIng $ ,
t
on Sunday, Nov. 22, at 3 !
.
J pmAll members are urged to bet ,r o .t&e

present. Rudolph E sell, post
commander. I

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SPECIAL NOTICEThe
Choirs' Union "I'I +. ... .. cal c...,.,.. + rr .wM r. w. A -
Progressive I I ; ryas
will render service at the Mt.
Olive Primitive Baptist Church I ... YOU'VE SEEK ITIMLBS TUUWAIE... BUT DOT a OUR CUSTOMERS OET All THE BREAKSI '

Sunday, at 3 p.m. INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY STAINLESS THIS 9 PUCK I
The public Is invited.. Re*. H.
TABLEWARE AT THIS LOW LOW PRICE We tb nd $ TIle HKMUMT MltillDiitMicliv
Kinsey, pastor; Mrs. Quincy; $69500
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WOMAN DAY SERVICESThe I I I 1ei i
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) AN1A FEu All-Florida Salad Bowl I .'





Missing Native Onions I r


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V a chef wanted to prepare chef would have to use onions conducted by a Florida Agricultural .., ._.. d' \I'
a salad with only Florida-grown shipped In from out of state Experiment Stations: "
vegetables, he'd lack one es- for his salad. This is a paradox field laboratory Indicate that
sential Ingredient. The chef can because the state ranks second growers may be able to offer i1fy
J mix succulent tomatoes, crisp nationally In the production of another crop to the state's long \
lettuce, Juicy cucumbers, tart vegetables.But list of vegetables. .1 r.t!'; t
'N A N"' ,t radishes and sweet celerybutnot thanks to research the Onions can grow In Flop :' :' <. ., ,
,
onions. possibility of Florida becomingan ,
Ida soils and climate but there .
Onions are not commercially onion producing state looks .1 .
Livestock grown are I" v e r II conditions' that I \

In_Florida _and our good.. _Results from...!experiments hamper other aspects of onion ; .: '..'': '.,. .
production.
Market /;
Lawn D. Dwain 0. Gull, assistant
Overseeding specialist, reports that enl o in I" .'" .
,
I ;
A light cattle nil at the horticulturist and vegetab 11 .:. .
Gainesville Livestock Mark t specialist reports that onlont
this week saw S3 buyers purchase Can are very sensitive to the dare f. \.1', .

794 bead.Slaughter Bring Trouble I lion of sunlijM and require s
cows and bulls sold minimal amount each day
strong to 50 cents higher. All .Since winter is. the normal production
The Alachua Chemica t
other classes sold steady with County season tot vegetables k
Education Committee held Ik
last week's market. Florida the days are too short III yr
organizational In the
meeting
Cattle prices Monday: for northers varieties to thrive.
County Agent's Office Wednes
Steers and heifers -0 o o d. Another hindrance to commercial "
$20-21.50; standard, $17-20; utility day.Charlie growing is the weather
$13.50-15.73( ; It o c ten, ,U. Morris, FAR representative \laChllal" Gull says MUOM must! Ke well
was elected chairman cured before aurUtwg or
19.Calves and A. T. Andrews, A s s o- I
Tie of harvest' ,
Good and choice, storage period ,,
$19-2225; standard, $14 19.25; date County Agent was elected here Is April, Mar v June H i
secretary. The Committee estab-
utility $11-18.25; stackers, $10.. IIlhed major problem areas a prolonged self et damp I .kHRISTMASI
weather sets b durvf this
502225.
needing attention In 1965 and set wuswa" rwna
time the water could transform
Cows Utility $12,75-14.50; their next meeting for Tuesday,
cutters, $9-1275, stockers, $3- January 12, 1965, In the CO" nty should be followed by a close a healthy crop lee a yd ef decayed -
1414. Agent's Office. mowing and vertlculltlng if pos vegetable wttaus a few

BullsUtility, $1525 17; sible. A second raking will remove days.
cutters, $12-14; stockers, $9-17. Winter Grasses additional material and And vegetable graven are
A good hog sale saw 588 head Ryegrass mixtures have been loosen the soil so that the seed not willing to gamble .o the $ IN
popular for overselling n whims of uncertain weather. ,
cross the block with I butcher w sand can come in contact: with the
golf courses because of fast soil. To insure even distributionof Recently, several breakthroughs -
grades running to 50 cents lower
growth rate and low cost. How- the seed, mix with a suitable have altered the dead-
except for lighter grades ever, several serious problem I carrier such as sterilized sand end prospects for onions operations -
which ran to $1 higher. Good are associated with the use of or fired clay. A good lawn fertilizer In Florida.Several .
feeders sold to $2175. rye grass for overseedlng purposes should be applied before southern varieties NOVEMBER
Hog prices Tuesday: according to John Cabler seeding but make it a light application were grown at the Indian River
No. 1's $14; No. 2's $14; and G. C. Horne, Ornamental as too much Is harm- laboratory and a large yield
No. 3's $1380; No. 4'a $14; Horticulturists with the University came from Texas .Gram 502 .
No. 1 Ro's $12; Hy Ro'i $10.80; of Florida. ful.Water lightly two or three Cram yielded 17,900 pounds in

feeders ran up to $23.73. When ryegrass Is seeded heavily times daily until all seedling! I the test or about 37$ bushels )
It retards bermuda grass are well established then wateras per acre of graded onions. The
To Tell Growers growth; In the spring and at lower needed to keep the seeded national average yield is ibout

rates develops a coarser .area (from becoming dry____375 bushels per acre. .
Of Developments texture. Young rysgrass seedlings -

On Vegetables i damping are off very during susceptible periods to of Agriculture Census I

warm weather. Ryegrass is also
HASTINGS- new developments attacked by pythlum and la subJect -
affecting vegetable' to dislocation and may collapse I
production In Florida will be when warm, dry winds To Begin Monday
presented to vegetable growers prevail.

her on November 30. I Tests at the University of Florida Questionnaires for the 1964 ow
W. H. Meffert, supervising Inspector and various golf courses: I
Census of Agriculture are now
Florida Department of throughout the state have Indicated
mailed out to farmersand
Agriculture, will discuss the that the fine fescues and being \ I
fertilizer law and Its operationand Poa trlvlalls wIre the first to become ranchers of Levy County. 1.1-1
benefits to Florida grow- established and received The forms are expected
ers. highest quality ratings during I to reach the farmers within the I\
.
County \
next few days. This will allow
Research In the handling of January and February. Kentucky i
bulk-harvest potatoes In flat bottom bluegrass and the best the farmers a period of time to '
bins and pallet boxes will be grasses were slower to become consult their 1964 business records Agent,
reviewed by Dr. R. L, Greene, established but added greatly In order to answer questions
Again this we all see early signs of Christmas yes. even
agricultural economist, Earl to the fullness of the turf during on the forms before census year many
I
a sears C.sa
Bowman, and G. E. Yost, of the February, March and April. enumerators begin calling 0 n I BEFORE Thanksgiving! Why? ,-
the farmers to collect the
University of Florida.St. I Time of overseedlng will varyIn
Johns County Agricultural each section of the state buta forms Best estimates for the acreage and harvest of crops,
Agent, Paul Dlnklns who II general recommendation for year will be sufficient to answer a livestock and poultry Inventory Pre-Thanksgiving Christmas advertising and l Christmas merchandise dis-

sponsoring the meeting, said our area would be around the questions In cases where Information on farm equipment
the meeting Is open to everyone first of November Just as 'h. complete records for the year and facilities and on income plays are of tremendous benefit to every Gainesville shopper.

concerned with vegetable permanent grass Is becoming are not available and some production exjenditures. -
production. It begins at 2:30: dorm an&. The visits by enumeratorswill A growing: group of your friends and neighbors have learned how wise it Is
p m. In the Hastings Community I Homeowners should rake the start Nov. 23 In this county : Great strides have been madeIn
Center. lawn to remove all_debris.. This the national bog cholera to make Christmas selections early, and these early advertisements and dis-
-- Enumerators will call on every eradication program In the past

farmer In their districts. At rear, according to Dr. CharlesB. plays are.directed, especially to them.If .
the time of the call, the enumerator Plummer Jr., extension

Area to Observe will help the farmer veterinarian with the Florida you were to join the ranks of the early Christmas shoppers this year,
to
I complete answers questions\ Agriculture Extension Service. I
In the form that the farmer Is A year ago 36 of the 50 states here' what you'd find: You would find larger and more complete displays of
Week unable to answer, and will review -were formally entered In co-
Farm-City the form to tee that it Is operative programs. I merchandise with much greater selections you'd enjoy more prompt, un-
completely filled out Farmers Today (4 per cent of the
The national obierv a n c s of who fall to receive a questionnaire states, containing 17 per cent hurried and more helpful service you could choose gifts more appropriately -

Farm-City Week this year will should In their contact area. the enumerator of the nations swine populationare and you could mail without anxiety. You would find l your shopping much
In
be November 20-26, as proclaimed engaged the eradication
by President Johnson. GilchrUt By mailing the forms of ahead effort Thirty states with 75 more pleasurable and would save considerable time. Later, when the pre-
of officials the
the visits, per cent of the nations swine
Dr. M. 0. Watkins directorof
the Florida Agricultural, Extension 11 save Bureau both of time the and Census effort-hope to have phase advanced beyond the Initial Christmas activities of holiday cooking, greetings to almost-forgotten friends,

Service, all lead County
ers of business groups urges wom Four enumerators will canvass The committee on the nationwide parties, tree-trimming, Christmas programs, caroling, and many other activ-
Levy County In the following eradication of hog cholera,I
en's clubs as well, and as civic all consumers associations Agent areas: I according to Dr. Plummer has ities are taking place, you can better appreciate the real joy of the season by

Area 1, Carver Hutchlnson, set as their primary goal, the
rural to Join residents farm families In observing and other the JIM YrlvlnatM. Chlefland area north of Chief- official declaration of the entire avoiding lost minute shopping efforts that can easily throw your Christmas
land west of US-U and the
nation cholera free
as 1971
strong ties that bind urban and by season into a hectic and nerve-wracking experience.
Curryvllle area; Area I, Clyde The committee noted, however .
rural Americans. US. agricultural productionand Qulncey. Judson area west to that with the eradicationof
"Farm and city families resources. XJS1I; Area 3. J. W. Smith.I hog cholera It must be rec- Early Christmas: shoppers are a must for every store None could adequately
should recognize and belter t During the visits, enumera- Bronson Wllliston area; Area ogniied that it la possible that
understand their Independence," tors will also review forms and 4, Mrs. John S w I liley, Gulf Inapparent or variant forms of cope with the store traffic generated if everyone waited until the last
President Johnson said In his assist farmers In completing the Hammock, Inglls and Yankee- the disease may cont I n u e to
proclamation."Never answers to any questions that town area. exist It Is also conceivable that two weeks to do their Christmas shopping.. .Nor would they be able to obtain

before In history has the farmers were unable to answer Data, gathered Include the the virus, while not apparent la
so much food and fiber been Filling out the form b number and size of farms number I swine, could be harbored In reservoirs and display sufficient quantities selections of merchandise. Only becauseof

produced by so few farmers for required by the Census Act_ of persons.living on farms, presently unrecognized.
so many people throughout the early shoppers encouraged through early advertising and Christmas dis-

the world proclamation at so reasonable continued a cost," .. plays, are stores able to re-order their many depleted stocks in time for the

"But, on the other hand, the .AWN AND : late shopper's final pre-Christmas rush. Without the early shoppers, Christ.
farmer himself Is a major con- pyViVERS ,
sumer who depends more and GARDEN mas disappointments would be many times greater! Children do not understand
more each day on products and
services of science, labor, and when Santa Is "sold out!"
Industry to provide him with I

production.tools and supplies lor farm Shop early! Spend more time enjoying the really significant things of the

Christmas season that have to do with home and children and church. This
CENSUS I 1 >
Enumerators for the 1964! Census brown year,.time will be particularly important because there are only 24 shopping
Unsightly '
of Agriculture will start patches ?
calling on farmers and ranchers days between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
of Gilchrist County next
Monday. Enumerators are local

HIM and women hired temporarily .\
by the Bureau of the Census Presented as a public service
to count the commercial .
farms and ranches In the communities It's time to use Nsniaon
where the enumerators I ; the
live loll foment : by
The purpose of the visits Is MicroMeple I
worms espied
MmrtNfe
es p.nuU fcn.uOBO.tath.wa.te
to collect census questionnaires attack STMrooU,ihrub.sad ..
oma.m.taw. UBXIM. .
that farmers In the county .... pmrtnhnt gar which kill.
causing front. Prevent rs.matodee it
we.de
as a
msd.egseessdehle
liave been filling out since the dassge by ,topping thins with -
forms were several mailed to all rural powerful Nuaaeaa soil fIami..nL the Doe's.. let drtnseti.of saraaloda. mar ( ahtt.6uiUt Sun
days
boxholders and ranchers were ago Apply Nonagon soil flamipn& die Knock 'es seat with grew, pow
Farmers t etly to to soil in eaay4o-u.o- liquid Nesaagoe soil fwnigantf
thus allowed a period of time
consult their ta64! has 1 ness
recorda to and to WJ tut the forms FREE \ The Kllgore Seed Company PHONE .'. in the Interest of furthering the Nndarataitdinej .f why early Christmas

galling before. the The enumerators purpose of came the PARKING O Division rt Mgrow Sid Compmy 6- 489 prp.raH.ni give sill Gainesville ,hopptrt.S .

questionnaire Is to furnish need t 131 S N.W. 16th ATI. '
ed, u -to-dat. Informa t i II B on1 I



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frtdey, November 20, 1964 Galnesvijl. Sun s. 1


1 BPW Club Has AnniversaryBY i UJ 0 OffiEfl f fiflU I Calendar Of Events :I' I


BETSY SMALL In 1919 one year after the The new groups are: Employment TODAY November It Bridge Party, 1:30: p.m. Club clety, 7.30 p.m., Commun 11 y
Gainesville club Gainesville Little Theater house. Room Guaranty Federal Savings
was organized Home and community
of
[Members the Gainesville'omen's Education. Status production "Th Ugly Amen American Association of and Loan Building. Dr. 1
I Club took a trip down I'F Dean Is Speaker Legislative.The Legal am ican", 1:30: pm.. Little Theater University Women Dinner, 7 Gerhardt Freund.guest speaker. -
[Memory Lane" Tuesday night Miss Marna THE 4039 NW 16th Boulevard. p.m., Hotel Thomas. Panel .
celebration of the fortysixthfounders' Women at the Brady Dean oi remainder of the program f fAffilLY Y YRuth Gainesville Association of I discussion following with Dr.
University ol
SATURDAY November tt
Day at a banquet ate of Florida speaker for the continued in a lighter vein witha Insurance Agents, i::15 p.m., C. Lee Eggert, guest moder
Gainesville Golf and Countryub. Gainesville Uttle Theater
| solo dance by tiilue Winn en- Holiday Inn.Gainesville. ator.
banquet, was Introduced by Miss Jtled, "Something for the W.imer. Women's Editor I production "The Ugly Amer
Adelaide SeUe. Dean __ Woman's Club.ABOUT, Gainesville Lay Diabetes So- I
I Brady irda" after which two live ican", 130: p.m., Little Theater
Bringing their memories spoke on the recent meeting in parakeets Boulevard.
{ up- were given to the "lucky 4039 NW 18th
jdate in traditional "Misslerlca" Tallahassee of the 19-member winners" Mrs. Ann Pauling and Holiday Hosts
I PEOPLEcajinn
Commission
fashion, the clubse on the Status of Eddie Fisher.A I
t/1elr'I964 "Woman of the Women appointed by Governor
Bryant. Dr. and Mn. Albert G. Love faculty for many years, I I
ar"-Mrs. Lawrence Gayle.s. poster of a solid gold I
I Jr. have returned from WaJi-; Is Dean of Education at Florida
Cadillac
Gayle was Miss Peggy AL was displayed by members .
Needed Council
Thirty five states have by
C. where Atlantic
ght before her recent marI such commissions since appointed of the BPW sponsoredBeacon Ington D.funeral, services they for the attended University. 4
Club in .
of
*e. the establishment of the Nat- Mrs. Cherry's sale recognition of 128 ticketsto I former's father Brig. Gen. Albert Attending the Florida Pediatrics .
oinal Commission on the Statusof I Gainesville International which provides a channel Gallatin
Live 17. who
ifrs. Charles
Cherry Imme- the Gainesville Little Theater at
Society meeting LongBoat
Women by President Kennedy Friendship Council completing through which individuals and
: died at his Washington home. /
|jte past president chose
"The
a production Solid Gold
in 1961. arrangements for city familiesto organizations In the community Key, Sarasota last week Au't. Cold Cuss
(led envelope from a mlnla i Cadillac" for the Cancer Fund Services were conducted at t and Chen. Cut
entertain University of Florida assist In end were Dr. and Mrs. Marvin
insuring long'
treasure chest placed on, Dean Brady was enthusiasticabout benefit. may the Fort Myers Chapel followed to Order. Also eVal.fy
head table. She read a the prospective accomplishments .' foreign students and faculty range world understanding aa by burial with full military Kokomoor Dr. and Mrs e1 SoledeTe
I lime of the valuable services of the Commission, New Members members during the Thanksgiving "unofficial ambassadors at honors in Arlington National Richard Smith. Dr. and \Mrs. Go.
and Christmas holidays. home." Gerald Schlebler Dr. and
ibuted through the Cemetery.The
yearse which is composed of outstanding Gold BPW pins certiflca ten
club by Mrs. Gayle and Florida women in the fieldsof and corsages were presentedto Many invitations for T h anks- Family memberships of $2 late General Love, former \Mrs Donald Eltzman r r.
I placed a tiara on her head. business and education and the following members.The giving Day have been receivedby may be sent to the Gainesville assistant surgeon general and Mrs. John Robbins Dr.
stale presidents of women's new the Council from families Council in care of Mr. Wen retired In IMS. He was a and Mrs. Melvin Grrer; Dr.
j Fred Smith sang the theme ganizations.The or- by Mrs.presentation Lee Dollar was, member made wishing to entertain. However, show, treasurer, P. 0. Box fellow and charter member of Harry Gillis and Dr. James
ere She Goes Woman of the American of Surgeons While.
ship chairman: a number of faculty members 14197, Gainesville College
Year" to the tune of thee eight committees appointed with small children have no and received the Legion
song of the Miss Americant. to do research and investigate Mrs. J. Pierce Smith, Mrs. plans for the American holiday. of Merit and the Sir Henry A. :
This parody was partly problems of the workingwomen I Mabel Gore, Mrs. E.C. Rhodes, Anyone wishing to enter tain I Welcome Prize for advances b./I Q..Att
appropriate since the in Florida was reduced'Miss Phyllis Mable, Mrs. Helen the International families or stu- "llf.CTODAY In military medicine. 'ffb?
nal organization of BPW to live permanent com- Adams Miss Evelyn Sellers, dents should contact Mrs. Fletcher U. (IJ. g. ) Albert G. Love
J formed in Atlantic City mittees, the speaker reported.I'Mrs. Ralph Whlttaker Mrs. L. N. Baldwin Jr., who is directing ni, son of the Loves, flew to ..FOR ejIoN{ LIs1
S. Ennis and Mrs. Claire Ed this annual hiloday proect. ]. Washington for his grandfath
wards. I November 21 er's funeral from duty on the : fLORIDA
Buffet supper compliment- USS Aircraft Carrier Frank- ,
.
The Council that In-
Beacon Club members assisting suggests log Miss I Jane Bingham lin D. Roosevelt with the Sixth CITRUS
to s e roe the anniversarycake vitation to dinner dessert a bride elect of George I fleet In the Mediterranean r
were: Cindy Leopolt, Beth sightseeing trip or an even I n g of
Schildge Middletown, N. J., I Also In Washington for the
Dovell and Phyllis McNeill.] visit In an American home may Mrs. Justin
Harlow, (08 NW services were \Mrs. O. O. Price
The cake was cut by MI I s s be extended.A 20th Terrace. of Alexandria Va., and Mrs S<*nd o gift of thoughtfulness rhu ;
Mabel Voyle and Miss Adelaide special phamphlet"Hints I Bridesmaids' luncheon R. F. Clements of WashIngton holiday delicious fresh citrus,

s Selle. to Hosts" Is available from the honoring Miss Judy Beasley daughters of General glazed fruits, jellies, mormalodes. .
to Guests attending the dinner organization.Rev. bride elect of Grover Ford, Love and Mrs. Live HI of o gift the whole family will enjoy. .
t Robert Scarborough Is 1 pm., Mrs. C P. Dressier Orlando. .
and program were: Miss Della ..
,
president of the Council. Other 0 ? 20 Y. t 3ues.H| |
and her daughter Mrs. John
Rosenberg Starke State Presi ,
.
fiiH Fniil Mfrtnt In ,1..lIy. C.
dent-elect; Mrs. Helen Roberts officers are: McKenzie III of Fort MyersL Dr. and Mrs. C. Ballard I
President, Jacksonville BPW. Dr.Stuart Scott, I m m edlate u n c h eon complimenting Simmons of Boca Raton former CROSS CREEK GROVES

Mrs. Betty Bigger and Mrs. past Pope,president vice ;president Dr. James Miss D Miss Kay Nelson, fiancee of Gainesville r P. 0. a.. 101, lil....4 Gf.... rk... 444-MIO
Florence Bogardus, also of ; Ronald Wiggins 1 p.m., Mrs. spent two days here
Jacksonville; John Ashley, Kathryn Summers, secretary; Jay Jones Jr., aunt of the this week. Dr. eaiden"/I/ famous cRgs'c H..hl brand Wllll.wi. 0..,r quality
Earl Bowman, Eddie Fisher, James S. Wershow, treasurer. bride-elect; Gainesville Golf ber of the UF College guarantees
Lawrence Gayle, Cliff Morrow. Members of the Board of DI- and Country Club.Thanksgiving. _
Miss Dottle Pauling, Mr. and rectors Include: CoL Glenn AHarris. .1
Mrs. Paul Selle, Pierce Smith I UF Foreign Student NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'SCOLOR
Tidal Wlndham Mrs. Harvey,Adviser; Mrs. Baldwin Mrs +<< I
}elnier, Mrs. Desta Dyal R. C. Beatty, Dr. Robert B. Ben- TV HEADQUARTERSSEE
nett, Mrs. W. N. Boaz, Mrs.
Starke; Mrs. Irl Hamilton, Ed-
r; r pr Mrs. Daniel Allegar, Mrs. Vivian win Cake Mrs. Carolyn C a and I GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SELECTION OF
; Fogel Mrs. Dorothy All- Mrs. Hugh W. Cunningham Jr.,
stock P. C Hatchett, Mrs. S. Mrs. Arthur G. Ivey Mrs. Gixls ZENITH PRODUCTS
A. Webb. Dr. Nancy Heil and James L. McClamroch Mrs. J.
Charles Cherry.Prospective A. Noland, Mrs. Waldermar 01- for Thursday, Not 26 1
son Dr. W. U Sawyer. Mrs. J.
members In attendance B. White, Mrs. W C Woodburyand CHESNUT OFFICE Choose the COLOR TV that'sBuilt
were: Mrs. Florence Chester Yates. EQUIPMENT CO., INC.
4 1 Jut son, Mrs. Carla Denson. Now In Is the I0..W. U.I. "..., M 1-MJI I
progress Coun
; to Last LongerHANDCRAFTED
Better
Mrs. Wise and Mrs. Mae
Reavls.Betty cil's yearly membership drive I ,.- ,.; _

Those seated at the head table WIGS

wen:.Mr and Mrs. J, Fred
'00" Hy....a H.i
I' Smith, Mrs. Robert Roundtree,I CM.M ,.... eular M f.Ms'.. .
President elect of BPW; Miss -
Gayle received the Business and Professional Della Rosenberg. Mrs. Eddie $69.00 up J
of the Year" Citation during the forty Fisher Dean I.- _
president; Brady elan .le of Itylrt cut.CLARA'S .
banquet which took place early this week John Selle, "Boss of the Year" P f
Golf and Country Club. Mrs. Charles Cherry and Mrs. Selle, and Mrs. Ruby I ,
nt, I Is pictured crowning Mrs. Gayle dur- V. McNair who the Invo- IEAUTY SALON
gave
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p.m. with an open house No Compromise with Quality
High Springs Woman's
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A N r A FLivestock All-Florida Salad Bowl M vr --..,.

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Missing Native Onions 1 .

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I If a chef wanted to preparea chef would have to use onions conducted by a Florida AgrI-
salad with only Florida-grown shipped In from out of state cultural Experiment Stations
vegetables, he'd lack one es- for his; saiad. This is a paradox field laboratory Indicate that
sential ingredient The chef can because the state ranks second growers may be able to offer
mix succulent tomatoes, crisp nationally In the production of another crop to the state's long
lettuce, Juicy cucumbers, tart vegetables.But list of vegetables.
radishes and sweet celerybutnot thanks to research the Onions can grow In Flor-
onions. possibility of Florida becomingan ida soils and climate, but there
Onions are not grown commercially onion producing state looks are several conditions that
I In Florida and our good. Results from experiments hamper other aspects of onion

production.D. .
MarketA Laivn Dwain D. Gull, assistant
OverseedingCan specialist, reports that onl o n t
light cattle ale at the horticulturist and vegetab 1 r
Gainesville Livestock Market specialist reports that onions
this week saw 53 buyers purchase -' are very sensitive to the dura '
794 head.Slaughter Bring TroubleThe lion of sunlight and require a

cows and bulls sold minimal amount each day ,
strong to 50 cents higher. All Since winter Is the normal production
Alachua County Chemical
other classes sold with for ir'I
steady season vegetables
Education Committee held Its
last week' market I Florida, the days are too short -JUL
organizational meeting in the
Cattle for northern varieties to thrive.
prices Monday: County Agent's Office Wednes
Steers and heifers -G 0 0 d, I Another hindrance to commercial
$29-21.50; standard, $17.20; utility day.Charlie growing Is the weather
Morris l FARI
representative
135015.75; ate c kern, 'll was elected chairman AI8Chuali. Gull says onions must be well
cured before marketing or i
19.Calves and A. T. Andrews, A s I o-
storage. The period of harvest I
Good and choice,
clate elected 4
County Agent was
I1J-22.25; standard $14 19.25; secretary The Committee established here Is April, May or June. If I
Utility $11.11.25; stockers, $10.- major problem l areas a prolonged selge of damp
weather sets In during this m.
502225. needing attention In 1965 and set wWwre rl"d
Cows Utility, 127514.50; their next meeting for Tuesday, time, the water could transforma q CHRISTMAS
cutters, 912.75; stockers, $8- January 12, 1965, In the C o u styAgent's should be followed by a close healthy crop Into a pile of de _PI
1414. Office. mowing and vertlculltlng pos- cayed vegetables within a few

BullsUtility, $15.25 17; sible. A second raking will remove days.
Winter Grasses
additional And vegetable are
material and growers
stockers 917.
cutters, $12-14
A sale; 588 head Ryegrass mixtures have been loosen the soil so that the seed not willing to gamble on the It'
good hog saw
for overseeding lawns whims of uncertain weather.
popular can come In contact with the t '
butcher
block with
cross the and golf courses because of fast soil. To Insure even distributionof Recently, several breakthroughs -
grades running to 50 cents low- growth rate and low cost. How- the seed, mix with a suitable have altered the dead-
er except for lighter grades ever, several serious problem s carrier such as sterilized sand end prospects for onions opera-
which ran to $1 higher. Good are associated with the use of or fired clay. A good lawn fertilizer tions In Florida.
feeders sold to $23.75. rye grass for overseeding purposes should be applied before Several southern v a r I e ties
Hog prices Tuesday: according to John Cabler seeding but make it a light application -were grown at the Indian River NOVEMBER
No. Vs $14; No. 2'. $14, and G. C. Horne, Ornamental as too much Is harm- laboratory and a large yield
No. 3's $1380; No. 4's $14; Horticulturists with the University came from Texas Grano 502. +
_
No. 1 Ro'l $12; 8y Ro' 410.80; of Florida. ful.Water lightly two or three Grano yielded 37,900 pounds in _
feeders ran up to $23.75. When ryegrass Is seeded heav. times daily until all / Ings the test or about 378 bush ell >g
ily, It retards bermuda grass are well established then wateras per acre of graded onions. The
To Tell Growers growth In the spring and at low needed to keep the seeded national average yield Is about
er rates develops a coarser area from becoming dry. 375 bushels per acre. (
I Of Developments texture. Young ryegrass seed
lings are very susceptible to
On Vegetables damping off during periods of Agriculture Census :
warm weather. Ryegrass Is also
HASTINGS- new devel- attacked by pythium and Is subject

;. opmenta affecting vegetable to dislocation and may col- To jf4jtmodw
I production In Florida will be 'lapse when warm, dry winds Begin Monday ,,
presented to vegetable growers prevail. / !-
here on November 30. Tests at the University of Florida for
Questionnaires the 1964
W. H. Meffert, supervising and various golf courses
Census of Agriculture are now
spector, Florida Department of throughout the state have Indi-
being mailed out to farmersand IJ
.
Agriculture, will discuss the cated that the fine fescues and
ranchers of
Levy County.
fertilizer law and Its operationand Poa trlvlalls were the first to be- Levy
benefits to Florida grow. come established and received The forms are expectedto
reach the farmers within the
ers. highest quality ratings during
Research In the handling of January and February. Kentucky next few days. This will allow County
bulk-harvest potatoes In flat bot- bluegrass and the beat the farmers a period of time to
tom bins and pallet boxes will be grasses were slower to become consult their 1964 business records Agent
reviewed by Dr. A. L. Greene, established but added greatly In order to answer questions -
agricultural economist Ear :I to the fullness of the turl during on the forms before census Again this year we all see many early. signs! of Christmas yes even
t. .rd Cale
Bowman, and G. E. Yost, of the February, March and April. enumerators begin calling 0 n BEFORE ? -
Thanksgiving Why
the farmers to collect I the
University of Florida.St. Time of overseeding will vary
Johns County Agricultural In each section of the stat buta forms. Best estimates for the acreage and harvest of crops,
Agent, Paul Dlnklns who Is general recommendation for year will be sufficient to an- a livestock and poultry inventory Pre-Thanksgiving Christmas advertising and Christmas merchandise dis-
sponsoring he meeting, said our area would be around the swer questions In cases where I Information on farm equipment
the meeting open to every first of November Just as the complete records for the year and facilities and on Income plays are of tremendous benefit to every Gainesville shopper.
one concerned with vegetable permanent grass Is becoming are not available.The and some production extend -
production. It begins at 2.30p dormant visits by enumerators !tures. A growing group of your friends and neighbors have learned how wise it is
m. in the Hastings Community Homeowners should rake t h will start Nov. 23 In this county Great strides have been madeIn
Center. lawn to remove all debris. This the national hog cholera to make Christmas selections early, and these early advertisements and displays -
-- --- -- Enumerators!: will call on every eradication program In the past
farmer In their districts. At rear, according to Dr. Charles are directed especially to them.If .
the time of the call, the enumerator B. Plummer Jr., extension l I

Area to Observe will help the farmer veterinarian with the Florida you were to |loin the ranks of the early Christmas shoppers this year,
to
complete answers questionsIn
I Agriculture Extension Service.A .
the form that the farmer Is year ago 38 of the 50 states here's what you'd find: You would find larger and more complete displays of
Week unable to answer, and will re- were formally entered In cooperative
Farm-City view the form to see that it Is programs. merchandise with much greater selections you'd enjoy more prompt, un-
completely filled out Farmers Today, 94 per cent of the
The national observance of who fall to receive a questionnaire -state., containing 17 per cent hurried and more helpful service you could choose gifts more appropriately -

Farm-City Week this year will should In their contact area. the enumerator of the nations swine population and you could mail without anxiety. You would find your shopping much
be November 20-26, as pro- are engaged In the eradication
claimed by President Johnson.Dr. Gilchrist By mailing the forms ahead effort Thirty states with 1 75 I more pleasurable and would save considerable time. Later when the
,
; of the visits, officials of the pre-
M. 0. Watkins, directorof per cent of the nations swine I
the Florida Agricultural\ Extension I save Bureau both of time the and Census effort.hope to.I have phase.advanced beyond the Initial I Christmas activities of holiday cooking, greetings to almost-forgotten friends,
COimty
Service, urges all leaders -
of business groups, wom Four enumerators will 1 can The committee on the nation parties, tree-trimming, Christmas'programs, caroling, and many other activ-
I In the following -
associations vass Levy County wide eradication of hog cholera
en's clubs, and civic -
as well as all consumersto Agent areas: according to Dr. Plummer bass ities are taking place, you can better appreciate the real joy of the season by
Area 1, Carver Hutchln son,
their
as primary goal, the
rural Join residents farm families In observing and other the Jim Vilvhiiimi Chlefland area north of Chief- official declaration of the entire avoiding last minute shopping efforts that can easily throw your Christmas
land, west of US-19 and the
nation cholera
as free by 1972.
strong ties that bind urban and Curryvlll area; Area 2, ClydeQulncey The committee noted, however season Into a hectic and nerve-wracking experience.
rural Americans. U.S. agricultural production Judson area west to that with the eradication
"Farm and city families and resources. US-19 Area 3, J. W, Smith. of cholera Christmas for
; hog It must be recognized Early shoppers are a must every store None could adequately
should recognize and better" During<< the visits, enumerators Bronwi WIlliston area; Area that It Is possible that
understand their Independence. will also review forms and 4, Mrs. John S w lilt ". Gulf Inapparent or variant forms of cope with the store traffic generated If everyone waited until the last
President Johnson said In his assist farmer In completing the Hammock. Anglia. and Yankee- the disease may cent I nUl to
proclamation."Never answers to any questions thai town area. exist It Is also conceivable that two weeks to do their Christmas shopping. Nor would they be able to obtain
before In history has the farmers were unable to an- Data gathered Include the the virus, while not apparent In
so much food and fiber been swer. Filling out the form la number and size of farms num- swine, could be harbored In reservoirs and display sufficient quantities or selections of merchandise. Only becauseof
produced by so few farmers for the Census Act ber of living
required by persons on farms presently unrecognized.
so many people throughout the early shoppers encouraged through early advertising and Christmas dis-
world at so reasonable a cost"
the proclamation continued"But plays, are stores able to re-order their many depleted stocks In time for the

farmer, on himself the other Is a hand major,consumer the LAWN OWNERS AND y.. j late shopper's final pre-Christmas rush. Without the early shoppers, Christ-

more each who day depends on products more and and GARDEN mas disappointments would be many times greater! Children do not understand -

services of science, labor, and when Santa Is "sold out!I"
Industry to provide him with I A .
.watellIt's
tools and supplies for farm
production." Shop early! Spend more time enjoying the really significant things of the

CENSUS Christmas season that have to do with home and children and church. This

sus Enumerators of Agriculture for the will t9U start Cen- ;",.. year, time will be particularly important because there ore only 24 shopping

calling on farmers and ranchers f' .,JI days between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

of Gilchrist County next t, '
: I
Enumerators are local r' .
Monday. .
....
t, ,\ _
men and women hired temper'arily ;!_ ""''''''
by the Bureau of the Census <1'" ,,
to count the commercial Presented as a public service

farms and ranches In the communities time to use NemBnofte '
where the enumerators .
live. soil fumiga--; by thektnrzuflle
The purpose of the visits Is .
to collect census questionnairesthat attack Ass called and a ss: vszjz&zsxit
farmers In the county
nave' been filling out since the ssstty&z lllmatodee u" spreads underground

farms were mailed to all rural powwAUJV.....,. oat fumigant Don' let d..tnsetiw-'*8'1"mar < inti
boxbolders several days I I .. the beauty of your lawn
Apply >NIl'lllIOft IO* fanigant XIIOCII rpc S
.m seat with sew ...
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DEAR ABBY: What would you do If you sent your grandson DEAR WORRIED Yes. He's guilty of sing poor Judgment I '. SAE HAWKNS DAY RACE JtD4.a'IO'D HIM OVCRTH
i $25 check for his 14th birthday, and hit mother returned It But yon have little to worry about. If he had beea guilty ot : : \ DEARIE-SECUZ' 'IS FINISH LINEr 0'C1Ci1.15'1"'EICt-AH'LL
[ith the following note: anything more serious, he wouldn't have beea two blocks from W f 1JIf jai D! r BORN IN DOGPATCH r ( TEACH HIM TO CALL MR.A MONSTER!!

"Dear Mother, home In a parked car v
Haven't you heard of inflation What : -

will $25 buy a 14-year-old boy today DEAR ABBY: On my 18th birthday (last May) I accepted a ( _
Apparently you need this worse than diamond engagement ring from a boy I had been going with : .
John does. about three months. He Is 24. We didn't set a date Now I .
Love feel that I am not ready for marriage. I want to return the
Shirley" ring and date other boys and him, too, but he says if I return 5IootIj -
the ring he will go back to Texas where he came from. I still
I Abby, this girl went to finishing school and la a college hold a deep feeling for him and don't want him to leave He
aduate. She and my son are considered socialites. They aays either I have to be engaged to him or we break off completely I

uve a town house, > country home, I boat at Newport and as he will not date me while I am dating others. I -4 ___ __ \
i to Switzerland to skit How would you handle this? am so mixed up I don't know what to do. He keeps telling .
AMAZED me he "loves" me and he knows I love" him. I'm not sureI
I DEAR AMAZED: Even educated "socialites" fall victims to even know what "love" Is Rush your answer to me, Abby, I., I CANTPOSSIBLE TH'SHERIFF THROWEO WATCH
ental Illness. No In her mind could have writ- decision LETS GO OVER AN' 60. HER HUSBAND IN JAIL Ire' TH' BEANS,
woman right as I told him I would give him my on Friday. CIVINEV- IM I
VISIT ZELDY lASTNIGHTAN'IMJESTDVIN'TO6IT 'OL' BULLET"r
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in such a contemptible letter I'd ask my son to watch herr MIXED UP IootIj RIGHT INTH'MIDDLE -
f FER A SPELL, _
other signs of emotional disturbance. DEAR MIXED IT Return the ring and tell the young man LOWEEZY OF TH'LOW-DOWN f
i that It's not fair to him to wear his ring while yon still want to en COOKIN'SUPPER

[DEAR ABBY: My husband works In a large office. One date others. And In the future, do not accept a ring unless I

his co-workers (a married woman) picked him up one you Intend It to stop your circulation V ( C
f enlng last week and they went to a planning meeting" as a e
I Is on the committee for the annual office party. Yesterday DEAR ABBY: I am asking my landlady to write this for W -
|neighbor told me that another neighbor told her that she me because I am 19 years old and my hands shake Please, ;;)
jiw my husband sitting In a parked car two blocks from home, Abby, put something In your column about the heartlessness .c
king to I strange woman. She aid the car lights were turn- of sending Great Grandma (at her own expense) to a warmer entj i ;
off, but she recognized my husband. place, under the guise that it Is "better" for her. Betterto I'
.'ihen I asked my husband about this, he said It was true, be deprived of all the familiar faces and places The surroundings K
t: that he and this woman were Just talking. I asked why that held so many dear memories I have been
*y turned oft the light and he said they thought it mightk much colder here In Arizona than I ever was In Illinois Not YES, [XClwT" FORA THINK OF TN CREW AND WHAT DID THEY
AND TNf KNOV MOlV IT AHOUT
bad," -Do you think my husband Is guilty of anything? In my hands and feet but In my heart. Thank you.MISSING. NO DNO RIVR Ise IT AN IN Put A OLSt CORNER O* WATC Of THt MUST HAVI TAKEN TO DOC fROaTT KIDNAP PROSTj
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i IS O News Highlights Carson 7:N O 03 Flipper evecchl.
I::300: D a News <( O Using Numbers 1:00 B Movie Flipper." The boys are I Thirty years In prison I I I a M.L. UIT STW. TMANo 111IIIttt II'1't 1 NMI Ma N NO 1 '-
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( lSt Its Paris AOf>V GA Ia. Ka C/tt AI.A O.AR QOMq TO TOM eTOrt'M
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A Civil War general sends that Flipper la his rein he returns home determined ease
Itte the Prime Minister'sdaughter 1f
his secretary with a message carnated brother, but to rebuild his wa:.NTt 1.
to Colton.o sets her sights Porter doesn't find the ranching empire ualag 1 "
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Charles Boyer, Henri Vidal .
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man who crippled his I SATURDAY Sketches: Jackie plays I 11:00 O D News, Sports, J X '
right hand, Slim Ken Morning and Afternoon city dweller watering his Weather
nedy learns to shoot with '7:00: D Union Pacific plants, a kissing bandit on O Detectives( ;I /1 r0
his left. O Sunrise Semester the loose, a heavyweight 11:M O Movie
O what's New Children 7:30 O Sunday School FonmB fighter who Is offered a (Celerj "The Nuns -
Ramar of the Jingle bribe and unromantic Story." (tt!!) Young Gsbrlelle '
Capture of the dragon of an I / uNtt+t 4Nt DIDN'T
Komodo Island the I:00 O Across the Fence husband Helen Curtis, leaves her familyto '*1 f !1 I RINDwNt0! DIO EUTN OUt 'T (, Till MC TNt TRUTH AapUT ,
world largest lizard. O Mister Mayor Barbara Heller, Sid enter a convent and endure .+ Tv+O NUNDIID TINO NUNDRLD NAVI S AYLO IT-Out 0/ WHAT / NOW MUCN m
I ID Glenn Reeve-Mu B Rocky and His Fields, Phil Bruns, June the rigorous preparation TwLNTY' {!601 TNIAT LAwYtR IAYS NLA d t <, 'R
|1:30 O International Show.I FrlerdsI Taylor Dancers. for sisterhood Audrey
time I :JO O Burns and Allen 0:010 Mr. Mal" Hepburn, Peter Finch,
"The Magnificent Mun' ID (Color) Popeye and (Color) "Mr. Magoo's version Edith Evans, Peggy Ash-

ich Circus" features BOMf of "Robin Hood,": croft, Dean Jagger, (Two : ( y? OtUbad /
American aerialist Tony I' :00 O Science Fiction Part 2 of a four part hours, 30 mln) Hi

Steele, who executes a TheaterO story. The Sheriff of Nottingham -' O MoviePrideand
AMa Is holding Robin "
triple somersault on the Prejudice.
high trapeze.O I:M O Tennessee Tued captive In his dungeon. (1(40) Aldous Huxley co- w
Rawhide 10 O Hector Heatbcole I:M O Porter Wsgon authored the screenplay of 4f 1

"Damon'Road," conclusion .rIll:MO Quick Draw McCraw O GUIIgan i Island Jane Austen's 19th century -

of a two-part! O O Underdog The protestor's frantically comedy of manners
comedy drama. An en- .1 1030 O D Fireball XH working on a formula for about a girl In rural England -
raged Gil Favor la behind O Mighty Monte making nails the castaways who faces a romantic
has 11:00 O Lhns, The lionhearted are planning to repair conflict with a distinguished I AN, e'aveNsz! Vewa Ntse toce my Ir'e evratt.7"a sown Ate 411? eAvy
bars and Damon accomplished _
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drovers to I Menace over the reef at high tide, birth. Greer G sr.I I Ore"T 'I coo. eves w bleu tM.4Df Nsv V oI ,MALLj w.115. Non a40W WHAT N
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: 03 Addams Family son, Laurence Oliver, /'t ( I .
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Fury After being scolded for I (Two hours) R1 na oN A1? Ion AN.
O Film FeatureD 12:00 O Sky King playing with Uncle Fetter 03 Movie ,, ,I F 1 I A/wY reoAt AMHhAYiIj
Combat! I O Touchdown dynamite caps Instead D* ble Feature I e !
CO Exploring of her own, Wednesday 1. "The Iron MI I stress"
7:45 O Florida Blue Key 12:M O My Friend FUcka
pecks her pet spider (1K2)) Fresh from Louis-
Interview I O CO NBC Sports Special and prepares to run away Una's backwoods, Jim
I 00 O Invitation to Art The Blue Angela filmed I:M O CD Movie Bowie arrives In New Orleans
Traditional American art last summer at Penta- (Color) Saturday Night at to sell ) nber. Alan

la discussed by Brian cola, Fla. the Movies: "Three Violent Lade!. Virginia I Mayo,
O'Doherty and his guest 1:00 O 03 Pro-Game Shew People. (1K ) Following I Phyllis Kirk, Joseph Cat
landscape painter Ed- O Dig This the Civil War Colt It II. 2. "The Mummy's I
ward Hopper. 1:4300: College F* "H Blunders brings his bride Tomb. (142)) Aa archiologtst
I:3* D B Bob Hope Duke vs. North Carolina home to his ranch In I Is mysteriously I
O Entertainers 1:M O Uyd Thaxton Show Texas where he hears two murdered by a fanatical 1 I y iOtAID MY tilt
O Part Imperfect-Panel Z:M O Movie pieces of bad news: Car. Egyptian priest who had ::3 TN A11Vm4De V11
I:N O Essay is Death Giant from the un petbaggert are trying to vowed vengeance' against! : WM wti w 161 1 lMC>E T)tAT1:
I:M O Q Jack BennyO known" take the ranch and his I him. Lon Chancy Jr., Tur. -
Comer Pyle ISMC 4;N O NFL CoMtdcwn, wife it a former saloon limn Bey, Dick l F e r....:<
10:N O The Saint 1:70: O Mr. Lucky: hostess. (Tae hours) Cast (Three hours)
O Jack Pllr- Varlet) "The Magnificent Bribe" .
(Color) Guests are Ethel 03 Wrestling T '
Merman, who sings and I:N O Outlaws I Today In history f f
chats with Paar; the Ride the Man Down" %r r
Muppets. hand puppets O WUbera Brothers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of the Mason-Dlson Line
operated by James Hen- 5:a O Porter Wagoner I Today la Friday, Nov. 20, the! In 1140 Hungary Joined the

son; and the cast of, O n.ta..... B3th day of 14. There 41Brun-Toty Axis area .
Broadway's satirical mllol (.NO Ftting FM days left hi the year la 147 Princess Elizabeth r 1 : L
aka revue -Oh |, O NewMlght Toda,', highlight hi history: (became the bride el the Duke
Lovely War" 03 (CMorl News On this date In laM, the first'ef Edinburgh -_ .
D Fugitive Weather, Sports national encampment ef the Civ.I Tea yean ago The coma ?' r sP +Ns .awJ i r .otQ Y fan, are
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UNDO: Vw'- Weather, I I:IS O Newepe War Grand Amy of the JU-jmander hi chief ef (he UJt. and C' 0Iw 4' ono e'4 OQ e 1p IOv? MIN'S MD yR I TaO.aU 'J
SpwtsCO I:MO Deputy pul assembled at Indianaa iUJL Far East: commands Gen eee X0et PAatu4'/wriT a4ow se tlta. /,.
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(Color) New, Weather I 1 The Edge tt D II b t",ills tod. (John Hun. turned ever Far Ease '
Sports Parolee Jerry Kirk trey On his date fa 1OO. the first;Land forces U Gen MaiveO

II:H O ." )*- Dwbk Feature eU to see hit fiancee Aa- native American child ef the Taylor II l lr'
| ale Jenner as Silver Qty Pilgrims Peregrine Whit, was Five yean lilt Indian
t "The Crowded Sky" CD. Daniel Issue kern aboard the Mayflower m Prime Minister Nehru rejected
(19 0) Two planes fly toward A Short Walk to Salem." Maatachuwtta Bay |la Communist Chine proposal
a fatcfjl meeting Simon Cbty plays dirty, la 1170 German arnica sur-:that a buffer tone he created
la the airliner are 02 pea- and an 4e hat three hard rounded Parts during the Fr.. .a their border.e .
enters who reflect\ so \hearted sons. Tby pi a a PruMiaa war. One year age The world's
their >m: at the ..* to relieve the Bonnbor In tIM. the VeIled De |htm,largest cerporstioa. American
trots e( the Jet to a Navy t ugh. neaten ef their season rf the Confaterary opened their Telephone and Telegraph an.4a .
commander with the b* a take ef tun. Guest anew. coaventM hs Mew nounced plans to split Ha stock

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his latest film, "Topkapl" r frat Two muscle men are next recruited
(pronounced Topcappy) (whichis They're Gilles S e gal I Moot M.mbtn and their Guest
playing now in Gainesville at and Jess Hahn. And a tourist
SUBURBIA THEATRE the State. It's another adroitly guide In a Greek seaport Is roped
plotted crime film played this In to drive a car. fleas them
TONIGHT fir SATURDAY time for guffaws, and if you for picking this fellow, for he Is
Showtime 7:00 don't split something either Peter Ustinov, and he's the limo
AREA FIRST RUNS laughing or squirming hi suspense nlest, most delightful character. CaJ.tftlage Sea t ( oom'l
we'll be surprised He's the salvation of the film.
We'll also be surprise t If Indeed, it Is his misadventuresand
? you're not dazzled by the extravagantly confusions and frights I DINING I
ITS that make .
colorful decor and > truly this picture
the brilliantly atmospheric setting b something more than a melodrama DANCING
BARE which happens to be Istanbul with a farcical edge. He I
This Is the first time Das- makes it a Joyous sort of travesty u .versit ) Inn COCKTAILS*,
sin has used color on a film, of the bad art of burglary.
AS AsL t b .y Jjy and he Is like s kid with a new Maximilian Schell rets a little rough with Melina To see Ustinov sweating through -7'r nor 7..UTS"1* A* tMfluJiat utMu
paint box He has gone absolutey Mercourl as the two plan a daring jewel theft in his mischance encounters with tool sw ISA e1. *
AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL wild. "Topkapl," the current feature at the Stat. Theaters the Turkish police, or playingthe
He starts with Melina Mercourl role of stool-pigeon whl e
FRANKIEAVALON In a spotless white tailor Istanbul. Cut to an e m e r aid- handsome rascal, Maximil 11 i. n running with the gang, or climbing -I WE CAN SERVE
'ANNETTE"' FUNICEiLO ed costume emerging like a figure studded dagger glittering golden Schell. He insists that their about the roof of the palace
DARE In a waxworks out of a melange ). and green, the goad to her team be composed entirely ,,0 f under the heavy Influence of 250LUNCHEONS
MARTHA HYER of dancing colored lights to desire. I amateurs. It's nighttime and vertigo, with the golden horn I'I
proclaim that she's a thief witha Now she recruits her burg-,now we're in a boudoir, wherered off there In the distance, Is to ,4'
AT tic : KEENAN WYNN project, which Ii to rob the lars. Out of a purple blue. and lavender.lights, play see first-class comedy., I IN 15 MINUTES!
Topkapl Palace Museum In mist on a Paris qua! floats all Thus Dassln gets things started Morley Is likewise amusing, YANG
in ambience of colors that but in a more obvious way, and
eacJi suggests elegance, richness, romance Aklm Tamiroff breaks In for a For the fastest ,lancKeon
My and most of all' couple of wild scenes as a OdAO
l J make.believe, Robert Morley, drunken and rowdy Russian $ service in town it's King's

ARry'n an English lord, Is pulled In.He' cook. Schell plays the leader Food Holt
DINING AND ENTERTAINMENTsion an eccentric scientist, expert deftly, and Miss Mercourl Is
Tl.t. 0.0 r.. r.. A.. L.NI.e a..dau. at building gadgets. He'll along for the ride. She Is basically !
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Movie-TV Writer Cooper declared. "These are story of how to survive, In. a .. LAMPLIGHTER LOUNGENORTH
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"**"fitf RECORDS"IU e (L-R) Terry Garvin, Frank Pennie, Jack Shlnholaer, Dick Hermann, Bill Me Dew ell, Avery Sumner, George D'Allesnandro

MIAMI PLORIDA of both coaches Ray Graves of'winning five and tying one of have been as much responsible game matches one of the 6-3, 201, quarterback! Biletnlk- Larry Dupree, fullback. Or'[ney MacLean, tackles: B 111 J
,. MIN. ..... ? the Galore and Bill Peterson of the previous its clashes: But for the FSU wins over Miami, [nation's best aerial attacks!off, 188; slid Phil Spooner, 'Shannon and Spurrier with Du- Rkhbourg< middle guard; Jim
*w l .MMIUlM... CahuuM,*. 17"J the Semlnoles. they've all been\.Ucky games Texss Christian, Kentucky (FSU against the No. 1 pass '5-11, 161. halfbacks; and either !pree and Poe, halfbacks; and Bernhardt and Ron Pursed, line
14 14 Al.b"AuIIu".,' Both mentors prefer It dry except the 1959 contest which Georgia and North Carol I n a defense (UF). It matches one Lee Narramore, S-10, 1921 or John Feiber, fullback. Harper hackers; and Jerry Newcomer,
JI't 14 even though a sloppy field the Gators won, 1.... State as the offense. of the Southeastern Conference's Wayne Glardlno, 9-10, IN, full Is recovered from a knee Injury Dick Kirk, Allen Trammell and
'11.LOI04 Hare I would seem to favor Florida's FSU has put together its fin- Florida, touted as the greatest best rushing attacks (UF) 'back. that has sidelined him a month. Bruce Bennett, deep backs.
t4 MI...., '' running over FSU's passing. est team It Is an offensivecrew Gator team In the ach o o 1's against the nation's fourth best I New Look I On defense, the Seven Magnlflcents Both teams wrapped up practice
7.w TCU N... MM. .IiI Bowl Bid Ahead sparked by ( S quarterback history, looked the part through rushing defense (FSU. It The Gators will have a new of the Seminoles are Thursday. The Gators will
I d 10 *ilvdiyWill t'I FSU is expected to get a bid Steve Tensl, a senior; and six games when it was 5-1 and matches the nation's fourth best offensive look although Graves George D'Allessandro, S. ID go to Perry late today, remain
n V". to the Gator Bowl lame on Jan. Hanker back Fred Blletnikof f, had lost only to Alabama, 17-14 overall defense (FSU) against still Is uncertain over his startIng 205; and Terry Garvln, 1. 11, overnight and continue to Doak
11 a4 HwOM k MININI..h(tIOl IS 2, 1965 (probably against Georgia -also a senior. This twosome has when the clock ran out. killing the fifth best (UF). backfield combination. The 206; ends; Frank Pennie, 6-4. Campbell Stadium Just priorto
21 IW.N.'.C.U....Toll.. Tech) even if it manages to hooked up on 55 passes for 909 off a UF chance to score the The Seminoles will open on line will see Charles Casey and 242; and Avery Sumner, 1-2, klckoff.
do no more than make it tight yards and 10 touchdowns. Bllet- winning touchdown offense with Don Floyd, I. 1, Gary Thomas, ends; John What- 227, tackles, Dick Hermann, M, In another oddity, the game
42,000 fans who are expected to against the Gators. Florida is nikoff already has been namedto Agonizing Lois 197; and BiU Dawson, 1-3, O3, ley and Randy Jackson, tackles; 200; and Bill McDowell, 1-1, 200, :will be broadcast Saturday over
be in a frenzied state aU after- believed In the running for the one All-America team and But two weeks ago the Gators at ends; Tom West. 123t; Larry Beckman and Larry Gag- linebackers The deep" hacks will 'two local stations for the first
I noon. Bluebonnet Bowl at Houston on has droves of pro scouts readyto played one of those games that and Del Williams, ..%, 229, tackle -| ner, guards; and Bill Carr, cen be Howard Enter, 6-1,190.; Mau- time. WRUF will have Otis
It's a tossup game from the Dec. 19.TIIere. hand him a pen and a check- are (and have been) pure agony ,; Joe Aveuano, ( 1, 223 ter.In ry Bibent. -0,1M; Winfred Bailey Hoggs at the microphone while
_ word go, this seventh meeting are more angles to Sat- book when hi completes his to UF followers and lost to Georgia and Dale McKenzie, 6 2, 227. the backfield, one of these! 1-0, 188; and Jim Massey, WGGG; which carries the Sem-
between the state rivals. But urday's contest between the UF college career 147. Florida will be trying guards; and Jack Edwards, 1-1, four arrays will get the nod. 5-11. 178. inole network, will have Co
'I prediction of cool weather with and FSU than a cyclotron work- The Seminoles! also have a to snap back from that dismal 221, center. This line averages Tom Shannon or Steve Spurrier The Gators will use! Barry Mitchell and John Hoy narrating -
oj some rain may teas a monkey ing on a smashed atom. Florida staunch defensive will, tabbed showing In the face of FSU's 221 pounds per man. at quarterback with Jack Harper Brown and Lynn Matthews, from FSU's side. Broadcastswill
wrench into the best laid plans never has lost to the Seminoles.UFandFSU ..the Seven Magnificent They I greatest year.TENSI ., I The backfield will have Tensl, and Alan Poe, halfbacks; ends; Dennis Murphy and Syd- start at 1.41: p.m.
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EN ROUTE TO TALLAHASSEE What's left to say about Aarft
Saturday's Florida Florida State football game that hain't PKY TonightIn

already been aaldt

Except maybe this. I honestly don't know who's going to Oneyear.
win. Naturally I picked the Gators. Florida has tradition Big

going for it in this short series. 't *
when It t l4 SANTA FE Two of the We look for a hardfoughtgame
how much tradition means r ( f fr
know Is
What I don't is what Florida State area's finest lines will collide / and the team that makes "''r ,1, Y
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comes to offsetting momentum this here tonight when Santa Fe the least mistakes will come 14'l' vr
The Seminoles are playing Ji r 'N" 101.1.
has In big gobs right not "
Carolina State and P. K. Yonge get together out on top
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game fresh from a big victory over for their annual football battle A1.
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and a great football season. Florida Ia pulling Itself together The host Rebels will carry a Hard Te Stop r ,.

from a shacking loss to Georgia. 7 J record Into the contest, Santa Fe mentor Charlie ,
where this while PKY H-l mark. Roberta was equally Impressed' trt ,
uncertain Is nothing new game owns a 1/ '
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Is concerned for this writer. He's always had premonitions "We know they (Santa Fe) with the Blue Wave. "They {, : r
Florida State have a real tough defensive have a fine team, and Hansen ? M
before game. team," PKY Coach Mike Gu- and Tuttle are awfully hard to
I fretted back la H5I whet the two teams were making [tlerrei said as he prepared his atop," he said I b _:
ready for their tint meeting. A special trip I* Tallahassee team for the season ending Tom Hansen Is the hard-run
to "scout" the sltnatioe didn't make It any mere pleasant game ning fullback who has led the I..
FSU looked ready. And Florida Just didn't seem to be taking "They are a good powertypeteam PKY offense since the opening

the Seminoles seriously. rifh' i d ," Gutlerrei continued. /game, and Tuttle la the converted I
That's the Item, though that means so much this year "They don't pass too much, but halfback who now operates u Y l1 N bZ..i
they can come through on the at the signal-calling spot
FIRES STRIKE TO niLETNIKOFF
crucial pia).. They've playedgood Tuttle has made K a solid
.. COCKS TALENTED ARM. I and consistent football all 1-2 punch the past three weeks
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past three foes. Hansen churned .

, GHS Battles Winless against for Green 1M yards Cove last Springs week, I

and Tuttle chipped In with n.I COVE

PItY HaUbacksMarell

I'' Ocala Squad Tonight i I Tyre and swift Danny STARES -The high flying Itarb.W with
operate a
Florida Is more than taking FSU seriously I to 1964. This game Trujillo man the halfbacks to
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Tornadoes sporting s I 1 1 starting backfield of quarter,
Ia IMPORTANT,believe me. II By HIS NI&SEXAialitoot Jim Niblack said Thursday as win be mammoth e a. d JeffCurchln !complete field. the starting back- record, entertain. downtroddenGreen back Phil Elder, halfbacks 1 :

Never UnderestimateThey Spurts Editor he prepared his CHS squad a 1-7,140 pounder. Leading the rock-ribbed PKY Cove Springs here to- Dwight Elder and Larry Craw.
C OCALA An Ocala High for battle. "The single wing Ia He'D be joined on the starting line will be guards Steve Twed- night In what should J be ford and 'fullback Mickey Atner -
say the first rule of any kind of a battle Is never School football team with eight an unusual formation and It line by end Jerry Baron, |ell and V. 0. Hodsdon. a breather .
i to opponent. Gator team captain tarry losses and no victories is a should give us problems adjusting tackles Bob Smith and Charles They'll be Joined by ends Starke dropped Its first game Dwight Elder the
I In TJrlvate conversation earlier thin week gave an [strange animal to It" Pennuto, guards Carl Elsper- Danny Dennlaon and Covey of the aeason last week to Undefeated In the lots was bright
spot to Lake
HS Into the depth of feeling the Gator PMder have for Even the oldest of oldtimen The crippled Wildcats win be man and Steve Barrett and Johnston tackles Whit Springfield Lake City, while leading the Tornado Qty,
iwii tame Saturday. I'm sure Florida has more respect for can't remember when the Wildcats without the services of their top center Bruce Yonge or Mike and Kenny O'Steen and] Green Cove was thrashed b y with his herd and rushers

Fro this week than maybe they did for Georgia two weeks who have enjoyed more four players, two backs aid Mtffert center. Wilshlre_Walkup.TALLAHASSEE I I CUM. B PX Yonge.---27.6.-I .. elusive run
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[had a winless grid campaign.But ualties. Another of the Injured players Shifty Donald Falcon alto
I ago.You these years of UF-FSO, my owe personal belief eight games have come Tailback Billy Moore broke not expected to see action FSU Officials Urge Fans win see considerable action at
ha/beea thai FSU would not beat the Caters until H came [and gone this season, and the jl[ hand last week and Is out for Is end Tommy Perk, brother, quarterback and defeailtesaety. l
Florida'srmalsJeam ,
uVwrthTplayer in the "sup.r starcategory. once proud Ocalana are still to the season, and fullback Die University of Florida f/ethman .
., of talent baS produced.better football players. [taste their first victory. I'noVrw o d, the team's ofenaJve end Gene Peek. To Observe Stadium Rules
talent stream has Just been enough to" outlast the Gainesville to leader baa knre I The rugged Starke line kae
And be High u m II a Injury. Gill will be milling only ,".
I wondertul spirit that the Seminoles have produced BUetnikoff.ever the town tonight for a crack at [ The rearranged backfield. will player from Its lineup, with I Spectator l siring to leave the stadium must I been led by linebacker Jeff
"ars. This year rSU bass genuine eUr, to Fred becoming the ninth straight I be computed of tailback Hunter tackle Kenny Mack on the Injured enjoyment at this S a I a rdey's /go out through the pet out Warrta and tackle Temny
I The Gators have someone to stop to win. conqueror b an I o'clock bat- Bowen, fullback Tyres.Plnm list Florida State Florida game tale. and receive a pats la erdrr Thomae. End Gene Pats and

a.*Wr Hat My, .y! It's g hg to tle. er Mickey Jordan wing. will be Increased If attend! I a g to retian.Persona linebacker Stove TUlt/ also J
That.. brings n to Dub Campbell ...* .. "" adbmets plraiaMl"! back Jimmy Wisdom and Mock OtbMt, Tee fans observe, e few simple rules, I holding tickets bi the play Important roles.Grcea .
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U lt Saturday "., lIIa We're looking for an Inspirational lug< back Tommy gttpheneoa. stands will enter through"
Gator f" k-adfl, every tIme at Jerry Crier, a demon J IIie I sey FSU officials."We'd west Cove will bank .Ms
KiTtaSlTwUt B be like ..* flU has the kill game from them Coach The biggest man on the field backer defense will move" Rate 14. Each aI.aIIcI U. lit t
-- on like to remind the people holders enter through gate. 7 hopes ea !the pacing arm of
of the spectators M Its side.Make Lincoln Tests AndersonIn into Mack's offensive tackle planning to com to Tallahassee and I. north end awe seats entor quarterback Jay Goolsby/ who

\ Some Noise spot. He7also be at llnebackr. for tilt game that we ai gate 12 end) south end 'has been the effensha threat.
art doing" everything we can toMble I. Florida throughout the season
acne through gate ,
The Hurricane backfield will
feminine type. -caW me other day and Finale Here Tonightseveral ( as many people to set Slate stud sla will enUr !through
One Gator a have the familiar faces of poor.Whack 1
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said -inea'ten those Florida tofu to quit sitting M Ibrfr = Terriers clone eat dUfercnt elf",",. malt' Jackie EckdahL halfbacks Florida game Slate Athletic Director, gal*. 5ll.Whale i I IRONWOOD
bands like theV did at me Georgia game and make sane heir football season tonight at I bog M difficult for the defenseto Al Gittln and Brian Hipp' Vaugha Maacha. "We expect, perking! In the hnrned4ate GOLF CLUB
Fans you now. have your mstrurtiont :3tiwns: Field wire" host vicinity! of the stadium Is:
, soul at TalJaha et. I hey adjust b. i and fullback Eugene Branch. the lane to conduct Uwmscheil tanked additional to -, OPINING NOV. fob
Vaughn Mancha, nu athletic itrong Jacksonville Douglas Aaiersuft. Heard also pointed out that The offcMrve line wiB be composed space aro- J9th
Fd lib to pas stag a story lit epnrtsmea, for we eertaajilydoei'l Tided to (he Tolly Gym fet and N.W. Ave.CINTIAL .
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director; told Ito the Ocala Quarterback Ck* this weet He I'''Anderson' has aa exceiwm punk of ends Bobby Roundtne want any more confualoij the adjoining" epics areas. I M +e die Aw WW
aaid."ODt. thing about tth game. n'. making a bettercoach Lincoln Coach Jaw Heard i er, -He tan keep you la tie and David Crow, Belies Pete due necessary." -- -
Gnves. 11'$ keeping Us led aa be growl a expecting a rugged battle.holt en sight," he said.Lincoln's CawaQ and Crier, guards Richard HfATINO end Alt CONDlTlONIWo-
] We have of beard Jtq Graves heal beet ip on the tower at twe from the visits I r.. who arebampiooe I- backfield will I se Prime and Cove Burgeamid ] Spectators are asked to com ESTIMATES Fill
: el Ae Gateway. Ctty I center Kim fUltoa. arty and enter through the
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weeks. Conference. ,|Brew and Maurice The defense will be pared by I alee designated for ...... f tedium J. C. BROWN CO.
Thais catte tree. U F1.rida hoes .....". H ..., be Andersen has cenpOed1 a li- IfaTlbark: Lawrence Alexander.., GJJfis el linebacker, tsdkie l rampe will be surd for all .
** to inch of "" ,.,.... ty tW reaching stall er HU.pet I record; including a B4 rams quarterback Jfaraun Andersen and Dale rw..... muddle guard traffic to rats, and fan are .., .OfIW.
j M west by the ...", L >'"'traew rb I ..', think Gases will bee Something like ll tt, .., tartso !Ga.We Speedy. halfback Ralph" Brock! lug field it all timee.Stldlim }ttm .m= 576 ise
b.. for the IT, But. honestly. Believe.. whe I say | tile tVm (Andmon It as I bigtoa,|: site Is healthy and s'peeled .! "We've Dad good pad .ices put .IH ht
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dart know. This Is gent .. be a great football game and Nand anyoM we've played."' to see tonsUeraUe atwt >I, at-ly," K.blck sad 'aid I manned throughout the game"
it almost anything; caa and does happea as three trod Mid. *They raw Ira j:; hope we wall be ready to '0. uys Mauves, "lad anyone din

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GUESTPERTS VS. SUNPERTS '. ,


I Under WaySaturday Williston Clllefland Play 0-0 Tie' I

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""I f il d .I n Competition starts at 10 a.m. By GLENN LANEY the first half as It pushed for The tables were turned on Zeleznik handed off to Corom

Games Ii Saturday at the Waldo Ro a d SUB Football Assistant 11 first downs to the Indians the Williston crew In the second who faked a run and then

showgrounds the ninth annual CHIEFLANO- The final gun three. The deepest the Red half. Chle and made adjust.J passed to Zeleznlk. The second

: Florida alnesvllle; Amateur Hone Thursday night found the Chief- Devils could penetrate all night ments In Its defense and ring quarterback was In the

Florida State rsu Florida rsu Florida Florida Florida Show. land High Indians on the Willis- was the eight yard line. stopped Wllliston\ cold. The Red clear, but the pass was over.

t.:..:.KenluckJ - Close to 300 entries are expected ton two yard line as their The Red Devils ran almost Devils were corraled for a min.. irowD.

.'Tennesaee Tennessee Tennessee Kentucky Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee for the two-day event drive to break a scoreless tie at will during the first half us 22 yards In the second half Williston gained BO yards
- Lu Bindery, program chairman ran out of gas and time. against the sieve-like Indian and one first down. through the airlanes as It com-
f iLSU: : said there will be classes Chlefland was mounting Its Chlefland never could let'III pleted seven of U passes. Chief.

_. ."Tulare -LSU -LSU -W -LSU -LW -LSU'Vanderbilt In both A and B rings both second serious threat of the offense Into high gear;The Indiana land was two for. nine In the

Saturday and Sunday. night with less than two minutes ....... sraruTlen wan.IC pushed down to the Wit passing department
!I I 0 :Miami Miami Miami Miami -Miami -Miami -Miami An the classes shown In the left on the clock. The Indians -pine.Mer. ........ 15es aI ;\Jston It late In the first quarter Key wound up as the games

'\1 ::;Alabama spring at the big fecal show took over on the Wlllls- I ::: :":. : but end Wesley Peake leading rusher. The Chlefland

....'Aublll'D. Alabama .Aubara Alabama Auburn Alabama Alabama will be seen this weekend, Bindery ton 44-yard line. A pass interference v_ ..wp...n." 77r dropped a Corbin pass all by I fullback gained 58 yards on the
Texas - said. Many of the top play and a 15-yard run v... .. .w..saN "'; his lonesome to the end tone ground. Head wound up with 54

J t Jr.t ::!TnuAIIM Tens Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas horses In florlda and the South by Ted Key carried them downto :,.. PIMI kwarcalPw ... 5y ..35S 5 to end that threat Chlefland I I Ididn't yards for the night carrying
east will be view. the four. Then make more serious only twice for Williston In the
C. Wake W bW bf on senior quarterback pwnbt.5 54,5 e5'ecen any
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t :Wake Forest Stall Stall Stale Forest Forest ForestConsensus The program: Wendell Corbin tried a M ........, panalHaa MWNeUU threats at scoring until the final second half for four yards.Suwanncc .

(: ;' ". LSU Miami Alabama Texas North Carolina 8late-Wske A line-I.*l c,....Trail X Mod CIMI Ml HlmlMllMt JumHunltr ,.,. IDMnli 1 quarterback sneak, but was ............ 50055line two minutes of the game.
:: : Florida, Tennessee, '10....,. pent5, HunNror ".... stopped after a yard gain. The Indians did try a little
( Forest, tosinp.J. Hrnoi A Wtitvfl, PMnun. RMm" The Williston detente stiffened I razzle-dazzle hi the fourth quarter
:: Consensus lilt week: Four right!, two wrong, two togiups. For season 10 right!, IS wrong, I -) ,
the piling W yards on the In attempt to score.
/ Unl I...".,,'ni .. W.".'" "..",,., again on next play as up an
I tin, I tonupi."t "Mm U Y.." *n.. Undtr IWli It It held Key to a one yard ground. Robert Head was the Dennis Zeleznik went In for
: Cuestperls last week: Marie Jones, 4-4; Edna Laird 4-4; Marie Waters, 44. Snnperts: Joe Ingllin "...w,. DIMrt' nw It (l5), II, Riverland
VMlk' Trot Inuiuilwi (M '''''.') War>, gain as the final gun went off. big gun for Wllliston as the Corbin at quarterback moving
""" Halberileln, 7-1; Benny Canon, t-I; Mi Nlssen, 1-2. For lesson: Balbtnteln, U-14-3; It, Ir>fll., ',........ Rldtrt, It MM Un- Wllliston dominated play In fullback picked up M yards Corbin to right halfback.

Cason, M-17-3; Nlisen 54113. do'II OouWt ....b.tck, U pin Mwiwuk .
Sunperta lead Cuestperts, 111.166.'Tallahassee. 5,511,, IqullMMK, RIM,. M .*. Meets SetThe
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1)1) II, Wilklnt' H"riM (II; I'. Plvlix Wolverines Suwsnnee and
G. Pony* M PIMM" MtmhtniCRMA Buckeyes Rlverland
II. 71. Pony HIM i Conferences
Only Mar 11'111'meet Monday
Guestpert II l.r, n. ....". MwnMn of ACIHA
Only II M4 cnrl IX THra OtltMM. night at Cross City and Bronson,
II..... KoKHHr. to Slktl IS, Ply*
I. 0.IIM HOTIM (II), ... Trail Clm SnW .. respectively, to pick all conference -
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tr Wntni CKtmptanMp Illlmln Battle For Rose Bowl football teams and
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Solution Ch...._'.' 31 Plva-Olll. By The ASSOCIATED PRESS tic Coast Conference son.The
title. Other that of several teams
By JOE HALBERSTEIN One thing to remember how The pickers tabbed Tennesseeover .d C0.wUemIle, I, seal.Ie I any one
510.. Ch.m.kd.hlp, : : Thr.1 Oalladamplonihlii major games pit Vanderbilt could win the crown. Saturday's Suwannce meeting will I
gun Sports Editor ever In every year past, Beau Kentucky by 1.1 with Anderson 11 Wtltarn PlaawriItamploninlp Now that Michigan's head
.j RIMrt ....... 1.3.". Pal. against Miami of Florida and schedule has the contenders start at 7:30: p.m. at the Florida
doin his voted for Florida State casting a vote for the
,..., ......,., cheerleader has warmed up, the
beat Florida mlna Cnamplcninlpi' 37 New Mexico at Hawaii. Motel just south of Cross
I Florida will playing each other: Oregon City,
and he's been wrong every time Wildcats. h.rrn>.looihln M, Infill pl..wr.Chw.1.wUlpl Wolverines will try Saturday for among
I State Saturday In Tallahassee. but one (the 3 3 tie In 19(1).' It was I 0 for LSU over Tu- ..,. ,.1.JII.,..Pkw.'. Champion H.,.... .Chammmipi ft I.., their first Rose Bowl appear Pep Rally State-Oregon; Southern Cat William Rains Dixie Co. High
Who said so? There's just one game where lane ditto for Texas over Ter. "... war lai ,.'. Walklnp. Haninamplanilp ance In 14 years. Michigan's rooters started Ifornla-UCLA and Washington-: School principal, said today.
,1t-( One of this week's Guestperts the voting went as you would as A & M, the latter a Turkey ." .,.| Barral O Plva' 5.e Oallad a Chamalan.Rlnf Cham.kminlpi getting their steam up Thursday Washington State. 'I' Schools attending will Include

and he's from Tallahassee. You expect. The Guestperts pick e d Day battle. And Miami gets the Mle' ..I. _..|''nl", Opm, CI.pew. Chwpkn.hlp Wtrklnf' Muniart Michigan, No. f In the nation, night at a campus pep rally. Bowl Berths North Marion Williston, Chief-

see, by tradition, this Is the week North Carolina State over Wake' same margin over Vanderbilt _I, Opm. Jwilar. Warklnf. Huntari_ 1in slays seventh-ranked Ohio State University President Harlan Several other bowl spots remain -land, Trenton, Newberry, Lake
the Guestperts are Sun counterparts forest; the Sunperts all went tonight. 0 I. 4.W.I,0.5 Hunt Sew H.vlw....It.GroM,...., 1J-U 5.w.Iunt for' the Big Ten championship Hatcher led some 4,000 studentsin to be filled. Ninth-ranked Butler, Mayo Branford, Jasper
on the Tallahassee Democrat -for the Deacons. 'Bama Fevered 54 5.Hunt.. Iwllallon laal.fqullallani, II and vndari I, 4.ovka and the trip to Pasadena, Calif. cheers and noted that the students Syracuse plays West Virginia Greenville and Jennings.
Handy
What's that game doing on the Then there's one more Thanksgiving pew Warklnf Mutt." a, Handy JuniorWarklnf The game considered a toss-up, could travel to the Rose and Is expected to announce North Marlon and Williston

They are Bill McGrotha, sport list, you may ask. Day game. Alabama and .lof Owls Hun, 0,tart_ and f, Handy aaeul.r.Harriers Work I Is one of the highlights of college I Bowl' without worrying aboutfinal acceptance of a Sugar Bowl Invitation plan to drop out of the Suwannee
editor Well It's mixed week Auburn It's the Crimson Tide football's last big weekend examinations because the afterward. Syracuse's
editor; Mike Beaudoin, city a up 'school' after this season to compete I In a
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; and George Anderson, telegraph lane, ditto for Texas over Tex- by a 4 2 edge with Beaudoin VicSaturday which pairs many traditional first trimester ends before likely opponent, eighth-ranked new league, along with teams
I' editor. Southeastern Conference team and yours truly putting the finger rivals. Jan. 1. Louisiana State, plays Tulane. like DunneUon Crystal River,

Well, McGrotha and Anderson are In action. In order to make'' on the Tigers In a prime up The weekend gets under way The Wolverines, 5-1 In the Apparently wide open are the Inverness and Brooksville
conference and
cast their ballots for the Semi. the picking Interesting, It WI. set.In In tonight wHen North Carolina 7-1 over-all last Gator Bluebonnet, Liberty and The Riverland meeting will be
noles. But Besudoln sided with necessary to add In two Thank- view of the UF FSU struggle were In the Rose Bowl following Sun Bowls.
p State meets Wake Forest A victory
the at the Holiday Motel, John Rut-
1950
the "loyal" Sunperts and pickedthe giving Day games and the Wolf. let's hope Beaudoin Is right State MeetThe would give State the Allan- season. The situation Unbeaten Notre Dame, thenation'
then was similar to the present. No. 1 team which probably ledge, Bronson coach, said. J twill
Gators making a 4.2 edge pack Demons for seven con one time anyway. ,
: for the UF.Boston. to ask which game.In Michigan went Into Its final won't wind up In a bowl, start at 7 p.m.
state high school cross Rattlers game with Ohio State needing a goes after Its ninth victory, Schools attending will be Hawthorne -

,\: tests.Greenbacks ,country meet will be run off at I EyeCookman victory beat out the Buckeyes meeting a tough Iowa squad. Melrose, Bell, Taylor of
Has I Fans the University of Florida course for the title. The Wolverineswon I The Irish haven't said definitely Pierson, Cedar Key and Bron-
Saturday In both Class AA and Game --3 In a bitter snowstorm. one way or the other I son

Secret ForDenver A.The Ohio State la undefeated In 'about their bowl availability,
Like Gators BestGot A meet starts at 10:30I.m. TALLAHASSEE (APFlor- five Big Ten encounters and Is but by the time they do decide
and Class AA will go at ida A&M has stressed offense also 7-1 over-all. The Buckeyes' if it's positively a maJor'' Stop Chewin'

( Club 11:15: a.m.Some this week as they prepared for list Pasadena visit followed the bowl may not be available. |I
.. a hunch about the a tie. And that counts the 300 entires are expected the Saturday game against Be 1957 season. Third-ranked Arkansas meets

BOSTON (AP-Boston) Coach come of tomorrow's a I to scientific soul who didn't list a from various schools In both thune-Cookman at DaytonaBeach. Whichever team wins, It may Texas Tech while Nebraska, No. Your Nails

Mike Holovak, whose Patriots Seminole game ou1-1 score at all, but Just Ignored divisions. not know Its Pacific Athletic 4, takes on Oklahoma. Second.li I ,
A are two-touchdown favorites to the P. K. Yonge, Gainesville\ snd Conference
problem.
opponent
of
fan '
Most have COli right ranked Alabama and Texas, No ,
beat Denver tonight, baa and a lot of them have put It But mainly, the Greenbacks Starke are area schools that quarterback Ernie Hart will ,away Th. PAC race Is such 3, are Idle. i Dad.
cloaked his offensive plans In Crystal Ball revealed this will enter either teams or Individuals. get help from Leroy Moran, who
on
secrecy. Whatever they are a paper. about the 500 guesses: one 01 turned In a good performancelast '

familiar figure--,?$abe '"rjlli- wind Just The to toss Sun a surveyed straw In t the j the' them probably Is right, and the The UF course Is at the golf week despite an upset by Hank Wliilm (You'll have fire In

will put them Into action first ,500 entries In this week's guy who called It certainly will club with the start of No. 10 Southern University."I Tops the furnace tonight)
And It'. no mystery Denver'lMac known fellow fans
make
big Grid-Iron Greenbacks con- It to fairway think the boys will play a .,
Speedie has vowed the Patriots after the Tallahassee fracas Is The public Is Invited to at-
test, the UF FSU lime Is the much better game this week.
won't repeat their lopsided tend. Owl
38-10 victory over the Broncos tie-breaker, meaning entrants over.-- -.. Mistakes hurt us at Baton Night loop :!

earlier this season. have to pick a score. ,Rouge. We have been working

Two facts lend support to this Assuming, and It would be a Vandy Miami Set hard this week," 'coach Jake Hank Whllm of Edwards Avis Leillch -

contention. One, Denver's defense whale of an assumption, that Gaither said.BethuneCookman. Building Supply led the Night both rolled 462s.and Ginny Overly
has shown tremendous folks throw emotion out the window Owl League at Palm Lanes I
witha
last defeated Dittos had
Improvement the last few when there's a chance to : The star 571 series on games of 171174221. Ml a 1729 series and a
In 1952.
Rattlers top
the
For Game game Splits
.
win $100, the Us breaker, Tonight were made
games. Two Boston has sight/ end. Jack Paul Good. Gold Coast Restaurant by Norma
choices should I of that game was an Foray 5-7; and Vel-
give a pretty
had
wounded Including 5(3 and Shu
walking
Cagle, ma
who the winning Simpson.
McClalren WO.
flanker Art Graham and left good Indication of how things MIAMI (AP) Miami and Tonight, the Hurricanes will got he's the coach Gold Coast, 158. Ed Suereth, ledge! won the Toby Rut-
Now
halfback Ron Burton. will wind up tomorrow. Vanderbilt, two sophomore be handicapped by the Injury I touchdown.for Bethune-Cookman. His team Gold Coast, had a 221 top IS me. a 828 (plus handicap turkey)event. with I
They were hurt In the 31-21: Here's what the (Greenbacks -heavy football teams, collide in loss of sophomore fullback Fred Marie Wsggoner
Is rated the school's best since Gold Coast totaled 3flM of National
931-
victory over previously unbeaten -Crystal Ball reveals: the Orange Bowl) tonight with Cassidy, the team's second leading the 1953 squad.Grid 1107.1000 with the 1107 top on S-M Co. Inc. led the Pintopplers'
Buffalo last Sunday during The Galore will\ win, but not the Hurricanes favored to win ground gainer. game with a 47J She rolled 135-150-193

which P r 1111-operating from by much. their fourth straight.The I But quarterback Bob Blletnl- Scores Splits were made by Clarence with the latter high game. Jack-'

Holovak's new spread formation Of the 500, only 70 selectedthe Commodores of Vander. koff will be ready and aiming Mason Park Lane Cafeteria, 2- Ie Clemons, National S-M Co.,

hurled five touchdown passes Seminoles The margin I hilt aren't being taken lightly by at the sophomore records of All- MIIM WHOOL.Miml '19; Kenneth Undsley, Johnson bid 451 and Marietta Holt, Com-

"We'll start the same offensive ranges from a single point to I Miami Coach Charlie Tate al- America George Mlra. With two Miami. Mlfn Sana, 11. Hlalaan 14, JackianvllM Jackwim Fsrls. 5-10; and Clank Powells, bined Insurance Co., had a 442.

and defensive units we usedIn whopping 17 points Most, ss though Vandy has an undistinguished games to go Blletnikoff needs Clark's Barber Shop, 17. National S-M Co. had a 2352
Buffalo," Holovak said. could be expected, picked the 2.5-1 record. six pass completions, 112 yards 1.1.m. ...I'C"rol_ 55.110"ort 1.115.l L' 50n,55 5Ial1"5N. POW. I Elms Newman of First Federal series and an 111 best game When you ,10".<1 up for

The Patriots must win all\ four difference to be 3 or 7 points., Like Miami Vanderbilt has passing and 183 yards total offense ,..m'Itacft II Jt Will Palm" ..odI Haw- hit I 565 In the University Splits were made by Pat Sullivan ESSO WATCHDOG BURNER I
remaining games to keep alive But remember, several of to tie Mira In these three "'... t City Women's League 2-7; Marian Foster J-7 \ SERVICE I your heating troubles
been forced to go with a lot of team D.... N. Miami Canimbua. < on games ; were ovtr. No mart wahhngIt'
their ,hopes of catching Buffalo these are selections by entrants I sophomores and fumbles departments.NEW _Part ,.... Pirk,34. It.... Murr'' I of 1M-22S-171. The 226 was best and Roxie Anderson 2-5-7. fuel guog no rw>'"
In the Eastern Division. Denver, who had more than one entry key single./ Us Elleman of South Atlantic lumoci ..or"" Watchdog
2-f, comes here fresh from a 20It and are hedging a bit. I and badly executed plays have Time Oil Co. paced the Triple Tum Strvici guaamtMl you tcenemIfol. -
hurt. Without these, the 7-7 tie Intcrlcnguc Trading Phyllis Wright, MisFit, h. d titan-burning fuel DELIVERED
conquest of New York and Of the remainder 421 picked 538; Irene Kirby, Coca Cola, biers loop with a fine 500 series I AUTOMATICALLY
a recalling the previous meeting ,Florida to beat FSU, most of with Mississippi and two losses 529 and Us She had 113-200-197. Toby Rut-
Elleman First Federal
I with Boston which resulted Inhi them figuring It by seven or to Kentucky and Tulane might Tonight for MajorsPhiladelphia ;, 501.First ledge! Bank of Newberry, had
Speedie replacing Jack Faulkner I 10 points. A few think It'll be have been victories Instead. Opens Federal registered 2171 a 554 with a 210 top game. Alma

as coach. jigger, and Indicated scores Bob Cummings, Miami's defensive 1 Newman, South
YORK (AP) Base- where the frustrated on 955472-951 while Team No. 14 Atlantic Oil,
hi Denver will be trying to snsp like 35 .7, 20.7, 20.10 and line coach who scouted bill's Intel-league trading period Phillies need a long.ball hitter had a 1019 top game. Splits had a 534.South .

two jinxes. The Broncos haven't 21.7. the Commodores, called this a at midnight tonight with for another shot at the NL were made by Bertie Redden, Atlantic Oil had a 1471
won In Boston since the firstI I The biggest total score was team "that Is always on the opens of pennant In return, the Phillies Lord Byron, ",10; Mrs. KIrby series and a 512 best game. Deanna -
Dick Stuart, part a major
ever AFL game, Sept >, 1960. listed by a guessrr who picked verge of exploding. reportedly will give up a pitch. J.7i Margaret Miller Marlon Hart made the 5-7 split
And they haven't won any road 'I FSU, 34 28 The smallest: "Against Mississippi," he laid Interleague deal two years ago er, either right-hander Art finance, 5-7; Gerry Guenther Sue Benesh of Gulfstream wan Look for the big ESSO

game In the last 14, their most I'either team by 7.0. "they went M yards In 11 playsIn possibly on his way back to the Mahffey or left-hander Dennis 5-10; Charlotte Culpepper, Coca- high In the Northwest Trailer I WATCHDOG riding en
I recent success away from home I Some of the grid pickers rode a drive that won a thing of National League. Bennett Cola, 1010.Turkeys. Sales loop with a 484 teL She the trucks of -

being 21-20 at San Diego, Nov. 4, the fence on the tie breaking' beauty. That made Ole Miss Stuart went to the Red Sox went to Mrs. New rolled lM.15SMe9.Flor.nce Mill i -

1962. o __ __ I choice nine picked it to_end! come from behind In the last Stuart's name Is just one of I from Pittsburgh In a four-player man, high game with handicap l ler, Wolfe Sr., hid 440; Wanda Geo. E. Davis, Jr.

three minutes to salvage the tie. many that have been suggested,tride In 1981 After a poor season 251.; Ginny Sparks Gmny's. high Shaver, Psrklane. 437; and Bar-

I "Against Kentucky, Vandy as principals In transactional with the Pirates, the big series with handicap, 151; Phyllis bara Strickland Prestige 437 HUMBLE OIL &
CHECK WITH TECHCOLOR 'trailed 140. Then they began that may take place between I first baseman hit 42 horn runs Wright, high scratch aeries Oorkla Trlest had a 171
ramming the ball down Kentucky National and American League,and drove In 111 runs with Boston 531; Pat Williams Team No. 14. gsme. BULK rUNT
throats and scored twiceIn earning the Comeback 01 Ugh game scratch 10; and Parklane bad a 1200 aeries and
TV HEADQUARTERS clubs In the next :25 days, or un-i the Year award. Wolfe Sr. a 441
top
14 minutes. Kentucky had to Gwen Crawford, Gainesville Gas gime. Splits PHONE372.3383
SYLVANIA I MOTOROLA MAGNAVOX block an extra point pass to win, lid midnight Dec. 15. reach, This pan season he dipped Co., low scratch series, 317. Tur- were made by Anne Shealy. 1010 -
I 23-21. I Trading la expected to slightly slamming 33 homers keys were donated by McCtlhun' Lacy Hodges. I.7; Clara Win-
Its peak-It there is a and driving In 114 Mahaf ten. 1.10; and Sue Benesk
runs. Wholesale Meats Meade ,
TECH TV I Alabama, the nation's No. 2 daring the major league pelk-I fey and Bennett both were disappointments II Williams Palm Lanes and the'5-T. The turkey went to Sue
team, was the sole opponent to' ing In Houston starting with the Phillies league (two). Benesh. 205 N.E. 33rd ST.

122 N.W. 16th Are. Phone 172-043 beat Vanderbilt without trouble.Miami Only four deals were completed Mahaffey compiling a 11-1 Toby Rutledce had a 544 In the -
After a dismal start between the two leagues last!record
OPEN HI. 'TIL 9 PM-5 PAYMENT HANS has bounced back and If the year compared with 14 In 19 2. I I mark. and Bennett a 11-H Lesgue.Riser's She Office had a 231 Equipment top game I PWti

I Hurricanes win tonight they Although there Is no way of
would move Into next week's telling whether there win be few

DAY SERVICE on grand finale with Florida at or many trades this year, various MORE LUMBER BUYERS EVERY SAT.
Gainesville with a record of 4- reports Indicate some big ARE ASKING FORREDWOOD NIGHTTIME
4-1 and could be credited with names may be Involved.

RECAPPINGGates perhaps the finest comeback of Stuart, Boston's controversial
19(4 In football is said to be headed for 7 RACE
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(AP) The

government hopes to train 150-
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Readers'Request I ITIle I N. Y. Listing II III' year Corps of program.the neighborhood Youth 1

Secretary of Labor W. Wlllird
AlllsChal 22'1 K.lsAI Jl's
I' Wirtj, In announcing start of the
oewtn.wss ...oto. .... AmCan 43% Ken colt 96 corps Thursday, said the program
a r..ean anl.. AmCyan M Lig&My I7\.
Ercr: M..'T ?*.?., ,,. STOCK LISTINGS : AKMMot 5 Loch'd 38 the easy will cases concentrate but the on hardones" "no

I AT&T TH Lorillard 45UAmTob
In training youths It to
PierceWulbernMurpheyNEW 35t" Honw 134%
21, many of whom have never
Am Mot 15 MM&M 59%
YORK Tidewater 34V.' Incorporated Inc _.. _.... 10.03 AmpxCp 15 STOCK EXCHANGE Tram W A 51% Keystone K 2 _..._.. _.. 104 Anaconda 5iMons'to 13% Wlrtt said $110 million to $150

Abbott Lab _.._ UO 43 Union Pac _._. 1.501 44% Keystone S 3 _. .u. ... 17.34 Armour 55% MontWd 15% million will be spent the first

Allied Chem n 180 54110 Und Air L I.SOb 59% Keystone S 4 _'......?-' 5.31 Babcock 38\ NatDlst 28% year. H* said the youngsters Z

Amerada Pt _... 2.40 an' Upjohn ._ 1.00 51 Life Investors .? _..._..... 10.34 BethStl 37V N.AmAv 51 will work In hospitals, libraries, a

Am Etc Pow., .,. U6b 45' Jim Walter .___ 25'1. Life Stock Fund .-.-. 7.S3 Boeing M Penney 69'. city agencies playground and 3 ..

Amer Enka ._ 1.40a 7m War Lamb ._.._. .70 31'1Worthlntn Mass Inv Stock_ .......... 17 7] Borden 79% PRR 42' school programs, nonprofit private -

Amer Hone __. 1.56a 66'. .__ I.SO 531. Mass Inv Growth .__. 5.34 Brunswk 1% PepCola (0', projects and others that

Amer M Fdy .90 II Xerox ...._ 106.% Pioneer Fund _...A. .. 10.4'CalerTr 39% PhilMor 75% have value to the community,

Armco Stl _._ 3.00 17" Zenith .._ .._ 1.20a 66'. Puritan Fund t M Celanese 73% PhillPet 55% Wirts appointed Jack Hawaii.

Atch Topkl 1.60 33'. COUNTER Putnam Growth W...?.. ,_. IH Chrysler 58% RCA 34'i 40, a Labor Department official,
Baxter Lab .38 27'. OVER THE Value Lieu Inc 15t ComEd 55<4 RepStI 44% to head the program.WASHINGTON .

Beckman In .. 7m ..*NIW acid YORK w.(.SAP>,_- T4 WMIIM MlM W* INdtonn kM Wellington Fund _. 15.W ComEdls 39% Revlon 38% Mayor Sells a PoppySale
Beech U S 1.20 54% AI.'. lit t.cufltm DMtttaM
DowChe 79% ReyTob 41%
..
lilt t.w.w.n .meal tr NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS
Bristol My _.._ la 65' on.. I/K.tut w* U.. NASO-. ...."' ... duPont 235'4 StRegP 31% (AP) The of the first poppy initiating Saturday'. annual VFW "Poppy Day" was

Brown Shoe ... 2.40 109.. Ills* tilt .1.1,1..1/1111 M "Mv. tMH wOk*HMO. t.leM Mdirla Complete Vol. Close Chgs EAL 40"% Seaboard 50% civilian payroll costs of the federal made thin week by Mayor Howard IUd\lnney.left. McKinneymld the poppy to
Brunswick __ I" tl.1M (nkMliAlico 243 300 Madison Sq Card 3 off% E.Kodak 142% Sears 134% government Increased by J. Fred Guy before volunteers begin their Saturday drive downtown and at

Cambell S __. .110 34" Land __ 11% 131 800 Atlas Corp. 2% unch Firestone 43H Sinclair 5S"% $8 I billion the last 10 years, a local chopping renter. Walter Carr In chairman of "Poppy Day" (Sun photo
Carter Pdt .. .40 17" Amer Fidel Life 23' 107 (00 Benguet 1% offI.. FlaPw 50 Socony 19% 1 congressional committee rI'port'td by Tommy Lewis.) !
__ __ _
A 3% '
103 500 Hel Curtis 19 -
Amer _... 21% up '
Case J I. 19'% Heritage Fla P&L 83 SouthnC 64% today
Cessna Air 1.00 31 I Amer Mat Ins ...-...- 19% (4 300 Sperry Rand 14% up % Ford 584 SperryR 14'% During this period the numher .
Chea Ohio 4.00 75% Amer Pioneer Life 7% M 500 RCA 34V4 unch FruehTr 31"% StBrsnd al 1% of employes of all federal I Hoover Statement 'Shocking'WASHINGTON I
Coan S Gas := 35%I Anheuser Busch ..._ 62% 53 100 Amer Ma & Fd It up H GenDyn 36U StONJ 9IS" agencies Increased by more 1

CBS _......... ....... 1.2Ob 441.1 Anodyne __.. S 49 300 Woolworth 30'% off H GenEI 90% Studebak IHGenFdi than 51000, the report of the
Comb Eng 1.20 37% Citizens Bank 37V 46 100 Intl Paper 35V off Itt 14% Swift S4% Joint Committee on KMuctlon (AP) Negro Johnson Just day after Hoover comment and no opinion."

Cone Mille .. ._ .80 22 1 Conn Lt & Pow _._ :38% 44 100 Hilton Hotels 20% unch GenMills 45% Texaco 90"% of Nonessential Federal Eipendltures -I leaden Roy Wilkins and James had made his comments to s King discussed Hoover

Cont Air( _._ .40 21"" Cowles Mag 4 Pg _. 12% 37 900 Std Oil Ind 43% up V4 GenMtrs 911"% Thiokol 11% noted Farmer have expressed shock news conference of women re statement In an exclusive Interview -

Conti Inc _._ 2.40 625 Dunn It Bradit _... ,_.,...., 64% 27 400 Am Tel & Tel (7% up H Goodrich 61V4 UCarb 1M'4 In the 10- period, the report -at rBI Director J. Edgar Hoov- porters. Wilkins told newsmen Thursday with The Associated
year
Contrl Data ._ 53.1 Firs West Fin'cl 8% 35 300 Minn Pw & Lt 48% up V4 Goodyr 47V4 VJnlrult 17'% said, civilian agencies In- er's statement that Dr. Martin after the session with Johnson Press at the tiny Bahamian

Com Pdtl .. 1.50 531.1 Florida Gas _. 11% 3. 000 Philips Ptr 55". up 1% Greyhnd 23'. USSIeel 55V4 creased their employment by Luther King Jr, Is 'the most "we expressed our disagreement Island of Blmlnl accusingthe

Delta Air __ 1.60 8.1' Fla Nat'l Bank 64 30 400 GT West Fin 12% up H GulfOil 12 UnlvMat 14% more than a qUllrl.r.mllllon.WASHINGTON notorious liar In the country." : with Mr. Hcwver's characterization longtime FBI director of

Det Steel _.._ .110 13'.1 Fla Tele ,.. _.... ...;... 29V4 AMER STK EXCH IntNarv M WeVgEI 43% 1 of Dr. King" faltering under the heavy burden -
Emerson El __ 1.00 .3"1 Forrest Labs _..-.? __. 25% ACTIVE STOCKS IntNick 87% WlnnDix 39'% Farmer In a speech Thursday, He added: "The President and the criticisms of his

Fair Camera ._ .50g 221' Founders Life __ (% Volume Close dig InlPap 34'. Woolwth 304 AP The night at Cornell University InIthae. limply listened and gave no office."
( )
Finan'l Fed ._. 39" Franklin Life 55% 102 300 Atlas Corp wts 1'.* off % Jones&L 73:% with -advertised .. N.Y", described! King is
I' trouble most
Fat Chartr __ 1.I7f 27% Great American 11% sa 300 Hazel Bish 11% up 1% -- ---- -- only shark repellants Is that,"a man who has spoken more '

Fla E Cst 15"1 Groller __. .. ._ 31'% 54 000 Louisiana Land 43 off % PREVIOUS DAY'S truths In the part 10 years than
work all ,., .
those which at art as DM V TUM
Food Fair .90 23""% Gulf Lift 49", 41 900 Com Dis IH unch STOCK MARKET any other man" Farmer Is'I
attract to shoo off "
likely to
as I
FMC Corp __ 1.00 81'. Home Ins .... 68U' 33 800 Fotochome 13: up % Advances ...... 509 the dread killers of the sea lead of the Congress of Racial BridgeAlthough
Frlto Lay _._.. 41.. Kennasaw Life _.... 9'. ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS Declines (07 1 Equality ALAN TRUSCOTT

Gen Tele .. .88 38'. Life of Fla ?,..???..?.. ... a% Purchases 374,239 Unchanged ... 268 This warning by the "shark
G. Paclf ... 1.00b 56"t" Lowes Company 21% Short Sales _,_._?. 3,(37 Total Issues ., 1,384) research panel' of U.S, Navy I Wilkins, executive director of the term coup Is 1 NORTh
Getty Oil .10g 28'" Uilgo Electron .. 9% Other Sales ______ 408168 New 196384 Highs 76 and civilian scientist was coupled the National Association lor the applied to a wide variety of' JUt.

Grace Co ___.. 1.00b 57" Mort Guaranty Ins ___ IS'i Total Sales ... __...?. 409.805 New 1963-84 Lows ... 14 with a proposal that the I Advancement of Colored People specific maneuvers at bridge VAI1
Hel Curtis _. .110 II I Pacific Sw Air ,.. 31V4 -- government do something aboutIt said In a news conference which are given special namesIt 10141

IBM ... .__. 5.00 421 Schlitz Brew __...-.._ 43'i by creating a federal agency Thursday at Akron, Ohio that also has a precise meaning 107
lot Min C UOa 79'110' Secur Life ft Tr .. 60 Defend Southern Bell to crack down on claims that Millions of people have I high without any adjectival qusllflca WEST EAST ((0)

Int Tele .. ..__ 1.00 81" Southern Nitro .?___?__ 27V4 "border on the fraudulent"The regard for Mr. King and I don't lion 4IIS1I 4AK10vqionn

Kellogg __ .80. 53" Travelers Ins '.'...' ._... 41 panel agreed Thursday on think Mr. Hoovers remarks' A sniffing play aimed at Increasing tr I

Lehman Cp .. .. 1.34e 31% Union Security <(USD< ) ... _. 10% Profits in recommending only one type of ire going to change that opin' the number of ruffing 4AKQJ .J

Litton In _...._. 1.98f 74'/ United Trust Life -.. 10 FloridaI reprllant! It Is a Navy devel- ion"Earlier tricks available to a partnership 4KII JM

Lone 5 em .. _. 1.00 21'. Universal Cigar _____ 1%, I oped dye <( produces In the water a kind of Q
Marsh Fld 1.80 5.'", AMERICAN STOCK JACKSONVILLE (Specialt) Hirsch contended I per cent ''imoke screen that confuses and Wilkins were among sis It usually takes the form of reducing V KJI

Martin M _.. 1.00 20'. EXCHANGEAerojet Southern Bell Telephone and would be a fair profit I'sharks and conceals their potential Negro leaders who conferred at trump length so as to I7JIAQ

McG Hill .__ .60a 304 Gen 28' Telegraph, stung by criticism He also said the Florid Public victims the While House with President poise conveniently over the 114
Mead Corp ._ 1.70 SO""% ____ hand In an endgame .
% I. too much Utilities ------ u right- opponent
Analex Corp 27 making money, Commission was North and South were vulner
Merck .. _.__ 2.00a 48'", said its If this! has to be done b)
Aqua Chem __ t3'1 today profit art in not doing a job In the public able/ The bidding:
Nail Airl .80 63' Aurora Plastics .-.,.- 28' line with Its Investment and Interest regulating state utilities flamboyant play of ruffing Cart loath West North
N Y Centl _. .50g' SO"' Barnes Engineer ...._... .. 22"- the future needs of Florida Ford Plants Due partners winner, It I 1a termed I IV 14 D'bl, Pas

Nil M Pow 2.00 55'14 Chromaloy ..._. ._.. 14% Gainesville Is served Southern Yates, In hla statement, said grand conp; and If the maneuver Pass PIM
by 1
Norfolk W ... 1.00 14. Cinerama .......,, ._.._ ? 4.. Bell Southern Bell has a total Investment I I. repealed R I I. a double Went led the five of heard
No Ind P S 1.80 11% Computer Scl ._.__ '25 of ISIS million in Flo. grand coup. 1 __ __ _

No Nat Gu 1.110 110 Cutter Labs A._ 18" Claude J. Yates, vice presI- rlda The company serves eight" To Close Tonight In the deal shown today the With ruffs Impending for the
Olin Math __ 1.20 42' dent and
said
general manager,
53'110 southern
Data Control _, stales defenders achieved a g r I a t defenders, South should have
Owens 11 G 2.SO 105'Pac Fulton Inds __ 10 the company was making I and The utilities commission I B rarity by bringing off a double
G 1& E 1.00 35' Gen Develop __ .110 Iwo: thirds per cent return on the: most r scent report on DETROIT (AP) The Ford' Normally Ford makes 10000cars grand In defense It was played the ace of clubs al this
coup
Pac LUng ._ 2.40 32 Mackey Airlines _. 6 Its investment at the end of September Gainesville rates, said this In Motor Co. may cease production a day, In the Mixed Pair event point. A low club continuation
Pac T&T .__ 1.20 29 Mead Johnson ._. 164 and this has been re- March: of all It* automobiles by tonight/ I A Ford spokesman at comps played would then hold the penalty to
Pan Amena A... 1.20 31% duced to (4 because of a new because of what It calls local- at the Metropolitan Championships down two, but the loss of 500
Pac Nw Tele ._ 224 Private line costs: Gainesville ny headquarters In Dearborn and Fast. and West were,i
28"10'Pennzol1 would still have been
disasterfor
Parke Dan _. 1.00 Philips Flee .._. .. 45'1' wage agreement $4 25 per month. U.S. average plant strike tieups confirmed that the Mustang has Mr. and Mrs Tom Griffin of *
46'. North-South! In
._ 200
.. _
Redwing Carriers _. 10" I Arnold H. Hirsch rate expert 14 II I month' florida average The last producing link In been (the only car produced New York I practice
...... .._ .80a 49 I City South led his spade at
Pfizer I
... _. 2 hired the of Florida since queen
Ric Group by City Miami, : $3.35. metropolitan average rords lines of cars the Mustang Tuesday, I
3.00 7.% 1 Some players would not the second trick and the roof
Phelps D. Sperry R Wla 6% charged last month South r n $4 75 a month will be out of action after With between 75.000 and M.000 ,
.20 178" choose" to with the East :fell In him.
Polaroid Syntex .. ....__.._ 54"10 Bell In Florida, earned from I Business rates: Gainesville average the anticipated closing tonight men laid off, Ford has been employing open on
Pub Sv E G _. 2.110 38\10 Tampa Else.. .. .. 2m (13 to 7.52 per cent, from 1939 $> 25 Florida avers g 'of a Milltlpas, Calif, assembly only about half Ita total land, but the opening was fullykMtUled I lid won with the spade king
55% A sls-csrd suits
.
Pure Oil _. 1.110 Tech MeasurTwa II'. to 1963. __
__ _. 1.00 42'% a attacking
Rayonler strong weapon
WtsValipar ___ 32.. -- was rather surprised to find that
Rexall ......_ .SOb 584 ......._ 1 The company has blamed nine and the 'fortunate possessor of this was a winner and shiftedto
Reyn Metl. ...... .50 34'% ? 1 United Auto Workers lorsl-plant such a suit should not allow low heart. West
Jax Mink Mkts ...... ._ 7'. YOUR .MONEY'S WORTH a ruffed
RIch Men ._._ 1.00 5N ,T strikes thai began Nov 6 for the himself to be inhibited by taiignl and led the diamond ace, followed -
R C Cola .. ._ 1.20 19'. MUTUAL FUNDS I layoffs The strikes had been shortage of It. I eirengta. by !the king

Roy Dutch .. ..'_' 1.73g 46'Searle Affiliated Fund ....- 909 over total agreements supplementing .
Gd ._ .._ .90 644 Capital Life & Gr ._. 10.03 how to Save Taxes-I the national Ford-UAW : South made a serlout mistakeby I. Here East registered the first

Singer ...........__ 2.00 85'. Divers Growth _. ... .? 10 49 agreement which was reached evercalllng with two clubs leg of his grand coup by hitting
Smith KIn ...._ 1.2Oa 66' Dividend Shares 3.88 Sept. UAgreements. I TIlt chance that his side could his psrtner winner, H* led I

Sou Cal Ed .._._ 1.05 31'St Dreyfus ... 8 .. 21 60 have been obtain the contract at a safe hrld round of hearts and West

Oil Cal ._.... .. 2.00 73\10 Fedelity Capit .. .... 1199 Porter reached at all but three of !the 1 level was slight and his heart ruffed sgsln The diamond

St Oil Ind ..... ... 2.00b 43% Fedelity Fund .....".. ... 18 97 I lly Sylvia nine plants I strength, was more likely to be queen was the next lead, and

Sterl Drug .......... .65 28% Fidelity Trend ... ... 20.29 .. One plant still on strike la the' effective In dfflllt than In at- Cut sire more ruffed his
Texan Util .. 120 3" Fund'tal Invest ... U.84 I If you operate your business r use of the las money for an extra -'law i provision for "Income averaging key parts plant In Sterling lark The vulnerability situ*. partner trick.

Textron .. 1.40 491. Income of Boston 1.77 as a corporation, here are your I year by doing this .* This Is the provision ,Township Mich The ether Iwo Ion demanded caution: at this The lead of I 'fourth hear
guides for deciding whether to'I If your corporations Income[which In ,effect permits year are tar and truck assembly fac! wore an overeat) al the tw- from East promoted a further

-- try to switch Income from I'I will be over KS.000 In both 1964 Income to be taxed as If It were ''Iorll'lln Wayne Mich. I(level should nearly always b* trick lilt West's club king, unguarded -

NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES NOV. 19 : 19M into 19A5 or from 1965 Into I and 1M5 you win save taxes spread over five years and I M. M. Cummins, Ford labor based on a sis. card or longer at this point. South
t Ml SIN Tut tlMI this year. These suggest Is a .1 by shifting as much of the over- therefore subject to I Iswerrstes relation director, said Thursday I(I suit made one heart trick at tilt
I assume will take full advantage 125.000 Income as possible from start and four tricks it
High Uw Close Net Che. you the effect of the three West s hand with a sure trick trump
I 25 Rails 141.15 MS.21 145.90 Off .SI of the change In corporation 1M4 to 1985 This is because This could be an exceedingly strikes would be suffldtnt to In the opponents suit and a tilt finish/ for a penalty of too

25 Induirnal 91179 90 .11 9IJ.l< O 4.11 tax rate mad In the the tai rata en Income ever valuable tax saving opportunity halt all Ford production by nest mgleMi In partner suit was which gave Cast.West t top

I SO Stocks 53297 52599 52988 Off 2.62 I II 19M las law and summarizedIn 825000 destines from 50 percent for you If you earned substsntially ,week. ideally suited to defense and SCOT*.

I II I Mondays column. this year to 41 per cent more bi 1M4 thai Later, I Ford spokesman said !the double was strongly Indlcated So, when *n elderly relative

If your corporation taxable.In 1965. In addition to the Us your average Income ever the !the expected closing tonight of She led the singleton' heart trumpe one's trick, one should

,Income win be well below KS'saving i your corporation also years 1960 through nIl I the Millipas, Calif., plant would sod Soul won !the queen with Hop and think before erlUclx-

I STOCK FLASHESNEW !,000'In both 1944 and 1965, you I II !on has the the shifted us* of Income the tax for money another could, for example, help you tl I end all car production he king __ __ Ing tt might be the right ,Ia,.

MARKET I can t save taxes by switching: a* an employee who gets I
income either was. because the year hefty bonus or raise this year:
i rate .will be 22 cent In I If you own more than a e salesman who collectsa
APScattered tax per or as I
YORK (
demand for blue chips brought Dow Jones Stock Avenge both years. But if you can defer ,I corporation account the, you new must"multiple take corpor.tlon" Into- fat commission en big I Ford Gives Rolls-Royce
to 19(5 sale l l
Income from 194 ; or as a professional
the stock market back narrow PrevUas Day ( ted Hair / rule*. In planningyour !
you will postpone payment "I man who collects an unusually
ly Into plus territory early thin 88871 3/ Ifldust jtp 189C tax money on that Income leeas strategy, tt I Imperative large tee. etc So before pi
for 'to check with accountants i Free Ride in Ad
afternoon. I 211 a 21 Baits (Off 21111IM09 extra year :, you or lawyers MI your whether undertake any tax pi l II III l Ing Campaign
1 i
moves. check your U* return
The trend was a little higher' ( 15 IM ftp I55 Z i If you expect your corporation and how these new rule apply for DM! M. add the taxable .

among airlines, oils utilities 313 4J (S Stocks |tp 313 7*I' to have a taxable Income, to you. I Income shown on '1C'1I1nclud-( 0 Via fork aim,. Ford sdvertlsuig claim that ,he said, 'they were enciMirsgto!
'of ever 125.on* in only one of, U dividends stocks triad the! :enough to the formal
lest
electrical you get \ Us cars rIle quieter urge ,
and SiTOOOO 1 Volume IJ4400* big long term capital gain I By IAL MCCIO
,
office equipment I I these two year* f9(4 and 19tii I II be sure you use the big break I land take en* third of the totL -r NEW YORJUrrom at reports (British/ land yacht I II barked by fusing 'IS'.."
equipments. I you definitely can save corpnrsIHHI given to dividend Income by the Income will report of an acoustic consulting The auto xcvliv said that
Ia
If IM4 nut ItoIJa.I
f ass potential
but at It* historic closing high taxes by shifting mnu"h law. You and | your
fairly, active 1M4 UI yer Bold BersnekNewman
Trading was 'exceed this third by more Ulan Royce buyer has beta swayed company Ford dealers and s lesna
below that of midweek reached Wednesday. income tram the ever 125 m wife can between receiveup I 'e& Ine which I
the pace was you be able to use een- have dlcld I thai they
I3IM, Ford current edvetlls
may
you by e
t g
when the bat soared to The Dow Jones Industrial average year to the infer year to bring to got of dividends a year tocome Your dueled a sound test, to la thought the campaign was ".stremely -
aversglng year that
claim Ms car "rtdee
al was 125 st the under to C5 00* : quiet.er" I'
new highs. mice p year ep completely Us free but Mquality 'end tax thn should I ( lest, certified by the United 1 good
strategy than the
190 M, a little below Its Wednesday For !Instance tf your corpora'tics for the maximum Cn. luxury import. tale Auto Club. !ewe "brnd r
market wheelhorse of take Mo consideration whether I An unperturbed official f Fisher said many customer,
Many peak expect to have 131. each *( you muni receive $toaA ; new" 1W Roll Rove Silver
however. and and you might benefit by keepIng the ame late till show reems,
unchanged taxable Income kt 19(4 enlyOOO apparently equally unperturbed
were ITJuftrsloa tf ,
M a* a lied
yen Cloud III SMtM were ,
eman / Th leading motors were aO the big peynwnt as l(4 erby "whet many at them look a
there was a wide seatlenBg bi 818$. yea nor live husband rer*.v* tm e. stock Ro/U-Rojte, Ine. Importer three Ford All
with
unchanged except Ford which shifting tt .to IMS, tf poI ***- lung ride la our cart and wen pleased
V Roll and .InpretcwuDu
of k
losses. lUll to corporsUoa taxes yes ..., only lit I la tas-free. / the equipped with auto-
Moat W the can were
tost fractioa. top I bin with. the eiptrlenre" He
news and a yes ca*> lily postpone 15. ,evea though yea file a ),tot re- twin, the e e Hey, matte irMsmfeMlon and V I
Bullish corporate background steels were unchanged. .0* tt the 19(4 Income to 19(5TO '1 tun wttB your w*>. A* pert W I The "Income averagia' ," said Tuesday, noted that these people, )a
generally favorable i defense woes end breakthrougk la the 14 tow at "It's always anVyln to beheld enginesTh I practically sO rues had 11
the al ghtl Aerospace I 11 because the rate Is;;your year tat strategy,
helped foster yhigh-.were narrowly mixed to the taxable tocome ever IBOM Is.consider transferring II ighslock highly knportant but compllcst- u* as I standard by chick lest idea was conceived ridden /to a Rod* Royce, M

er trend but buying. wake of new if dosing ef ur 5* per cent for 194 and reporting .1 .. your wife er t* year ed U your amateur cherklig 1 al ether cars are > adgd. Fkhtr said, by Mcutlvef *f they bad a* poise of reference

lectJv and cautious.The (lore bates. \ the full CM" 14 ,sent ownership I ethat oath .lead* yea t* believe, yes CM Robert_ fisher and Banger !the I Wslter Tkompen Company I Thus Iv, Ford las spal

Associated Pres average mean that PMC Into 19(5. IfpoesOt 'one af you receive II I* tlNto gals through Otis pmtslta.Incht I .I W the fort Motor Com- adverthiflg agency, work about II minion an the campaign
of M stocks st anon was up 4 Price o* the American Stork I *. win ease the 9B,+ dividends dill year I sow to die Urn* to set **- pant's Ford Car Dlvtotn, u4: tog en the Ferd arcounL They giving! l tot of lose ,...

at 332.4: with industrials up J |Exchange were generally higher income al BVtot where wiB:I If your krenw carte* widely!''dstacM from professional adv "" .',. enly" twang the fun. rented 14 Roll! Royce and motto to Ron Royce. which

raJa unchanged and atJIItitt "J to jiM Wading be tiled st enly 22 per cent ertUO i from year to year, da *ot ever tiers.I ([Rote .* a concept Si our nr-'compared' H with a 1 M Fort I spends some 120*,m a year onus

4. 1 Cerpnre and VS. govern and there Y your ftW ,.!M be tax saving opportunity I NTXTr Medical sad dtatoleipeaies. rent campJg We're aot selling/ Though tty did aot take ".1*.'I! ewe advertising Its agency

wart) I meat bonds wars mixed. savings You sis* keep the gtvea to you >y the 1M4 las: ,against *Rolls-Royce I del pain will tht lint lest, i I II C J. Laroche A C*
Tb AP average was





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GoI....;". Sun Friday, November 20, 19(4


I I 4 PIRSOMALIXID SIRVICIflRIB a SPECIAL NOTICIS

Col. Glenn SolosAgainIt's CLASSIFICATIONINDEX Announcements 6* lliNd Blflf iN" LO WI'OHT' N'01 y ..lIh .M
WANTED Ut Air. WAY nodi yw N Den-A-Ditt ToblltiOnly
drive' to .,- M -"-. ConoveOriiaoI
I CALM. m-_ FORIxjMrf

I LOST FOUND ':OuoKonlnH Seeing Cal Inilructloii' In a laky JiHon CUM Cot

Great i ir UO" H. 'Is a cs- KUT 'N HURL etAUTY SALON to 0510 "'SildIss. byM
MY WOULD
ANNOUNCIMINTI or Lon name* Bwlma. Hi to bAnd l.wtv m o Runt* .." ."Idle .. w50 ... ...., .......
IM Wamarlo. iI HAVE YOU wilt Wilt, tpell and .... OWLS AU .-' guarantee VMm.attMOu* 51 a.ctl55. SSp51a0N. Cal
IS end ho l> I I WKKa Form to up HAIL
am p. _
Cart a) Ttionla W.">4PCX
_eo Andy AOMno W. 1* L Unlv' AM. I -
r IL TORO Calif. CAP) CoL Newsmen were waiting In i llaat Vaunt .,.. .. -'nipnujgappt._ __ WILL' KELP Children to my: homeay ;
.. or "oak WInS .
IM taui sal
John H. Glenn Jr climbed from front of the hanger as Glenn 4 ananailiad/ lanrkatlopctial LAOIII PHOtOl tlauat wilt SIN. ( SPECIAL NOTICES nm )
e TrwN hilse...5110 eoiorad IM .I 1,_ In a light AmJ7MMO.
the Jet trainer and grinned bappUy. returned from his flight-a NatMaifFkrlati ANY OF THESE tin ..... Probably toll Hi vicinity TRICHEM LIQUID IMSRolDIRYyet .HC'U'NT dill' Can In elan

I "Great," he said "No milestone In a 23-year career .at Coll Golneevlllo FRe-ii*. Shapplnf Contor /M nSsSS1 moll Iculnl, Mbay prlvolo Fence yor*. Reference
5 has. ...... hont tr wrllo LOOM ..... *. .,_
trouble
I ; at aU. which Included combat In two Child Cora FORGOT Comoro .bog and camera, 51.w4 P. O. .. W.r1NIns/55, PI4MY Phono PR .
___ t Plica* To .a And 1 rain film. City' Peru. NI low .... .
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wars and three orbits of the THIN To II... TuMO-iy night Rower. C.II WOULD 5101 Itirat ehildran tt tin

earth in 196]. Sat THINGS TO SELL? put-not. COM"'" SUGAR M cono CANE mill 1 JUICE<* ml Wed 'tree or M It clean coma, end prlvelo,.."nomi tt "'...Fool WIW .

129DayNewspaper It was just a two-hour Jaunt In Sun Want Ads .1.5. "M" rioldi' PIN.. NW ant ",.* Fleet.KIDDIE .

a Jet trainer. But It was Glenn'sfirst AUTOMOTIVIMfcraiofn Slut Phone PR 54151.ADV5RTI1S KORT CHILD CARE

Saiat-RaMM, Results IN TWO Day. wort or Month
solo flight since last January nTrwkt PIT (inN They'll Bring You Extra Cash Get IIRVICS DIRECTORY ntt NW ith AV. 171.-

when he announced he was It T_ _..... .
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retiring from the Marine Corpsto Tracts a Truck RamutH ---

Strike to :End run for the Senate in Ohio. Trallar RtntaMM

MatartYcloa ... .
a ...,
Then In be fell in
February, M AvtamaMia RoaolnM Rugs

DETROIT (AP) -Union and Us bathroom and Injured the AutamaallM' tjr ion. I yNERE

management In Detrolt'i 129- labyrinth of his left ear. He suffered M Portia' 4 Iportt Carl ; Guns .: I..
which sidetracked n Auttt- WonlodIDUCATIONAL ,
day-old newspaper strike dizzy spells .f.

agreed on settlement terms to- both his flying and his 1 'iI

day-wlth an assist from Walter political ambitions He with- Tools .

P. Reuther United Auto Work drew from the Senate race and N IcMtii a. InuructiMIt 'I' I NAVf

., en president wasn't pronounced fit to resume -.. DonalniM Boats '. p
.
.:: Representatives of the struck flying until a month ago. WantaaVlnatnwtiMIMPLOYMINT '11! I 'I

:s Detroit News and Detroit Free Glenn 43, the United Slates' Tents '

'I .- Press and Freeman Frazee, first astronaut, retires Jan. 1. :

:" president of striking Pressmen's He won't remain In the Reserves II Peals Holp WlMtd Books '

I' Although few II 11I.,. Hup, wanted
1 Union Local 13 announced the only a IS OH
THIS WEEK'S
II MAe*.,.
Of fmlt
agreement about weeks remain before his retire- SPOTLIGHT
lam. after I 14 IIIM, Help. WamotU .
ti meeting<< In secret for four hours' ment, he wanted to prove-to Work Wtnttd Porno Plants TOWN HOUSE

at UAW headquarters himself among otters-thai he W Work Wontod Man J', 1\
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2204 SW. ISHiSt.
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Frazee said he will recommend was fully recovered. ': Pianos S Ilkl. Soulh .f Uol. on441.

..: ratification at a union "The doctors assured me II FARMS f Try tht Town Hauit loon. This ii Cvillt'l

membership meeting Saturday !was all right" he said "but I Ithere' 7Parm LIVISTOCK Stoves Irgt ..",11, r oifo u '''I. ", .-... ." flavar |u.tIlka
SaulamtniFtH
::111 Mothar'i end. she tnieyi It Daily "tpaeloli"
morning nothing like getting back b a Familiar, tint variety at chicken. .te.ktllll.sd. teafoaa' tliihat

"Wt're Immensely happy" Into the air again" I MLlvaatat* S Ivpplai'ImdKtpInt 1 .: ", cooked. M ...! ,. Alwiyi Irish. pipm| hot ..... M.Ktly .

Reuther laId.Reuther He put in for a two-week refresher 21 Top soil Radios I .. you Ilk. SKIM. Dilicloui j lonoVkkrt. *n4.

said he and UAW course In Instrument M Foil 4 lupplliiII (V h."' .-"' .... ,i I... W.". s rMkinly, "", ..."'
assistants Hvailtck" warts : /r..1' Try *a, fr.p.h.IP fit I Tht T.10" H..... ".1.!
worked out the compromise lying at El Toro Marine Air I' I Skates ._.5 ,... duly, 7 A.Mk tt 9 P.M. Cemt s T.w

on the lone Issue that had Station, SO miles southeast of 'h trt Casual .drtit ".//c."' .. "Gtt tht Taw HtuMkikit"

-. ;been holding back an end to the Los Angeles He made his first FINANCIALMlutlnaoa Trunks :

11 .0 strike The walkout has cut Detroit light Wednesday night with an OptortunlrlHVMonay Ft.\ *
la Loin Wtrch for N... Wttk'i SPOTLIGHT
off from Its regular dally instructor. Then, Thursday he '1ry

papers since July 13 when the went up by himself. M MMartiago MaSy WarNMERCHANDIg* "flt' Jewelry I _

pressmen and the affiliated; Glenn's Immediate plans: ( AMUSIMINTS---; I DINING *

:, Plate and Paperhandlers Local, To travel as a goodwill ambassador BicyclesTV f OINING-DANCING COCKTAILS *

10 walked out for the U.S. Information 'OWL'"'' .. '" IIn." ., I STEAK NIGHT
contract
f over new
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PALM Thon M P.M.. ft conn.HUMPTYDUMPfY .
'
t at Won, at Buy \" : UNIVERSITY INN
terms. Service, the Freedoms 07115 wiry mIh
U WocBlnory, ft Twos Sets (tyrnmt from t A..M. yourN. Ml NW 11th ItSCHOONER ChtrCMI StMH :::' Smtrgt: *
The union Insisted basic Foundation and
on a the Boy Scouts. M Suildln, Frtt bard. C5kia1 I H I. I
":
maitriaiaMMMHtlt '
crew of U to the To business IMt r'd.'T 115vN13 .. 'Oil A PLEASANT. LUNCH 5rink.'r tie irlct' at I. Otnfrln
enter l90
men man new as a member -
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Ooatlol Hot "" Chit' MIN' ,
| til I A M la aMy OrlHIn t
t presses while management held of the board of directors of AnlleualM ..: ;, ClothingCameras 'UNL"'ND "i'::::: Shrlnp' Combo 1 .'cntrtf Vorlcm tlXTMttrt -
J. M... Far SaiaU Amu1 mMC55l.r M1,11.1'S, M TOP 1001 IW' IJtfl it HI 1.7115.OfrM .
;out for a crew of 15 men. Base the Royal Crown Bottling Co. '. IA lw. had OIrl ROOM
HAPPY HOUR I to 1 U*
Trodlnt' .
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*
e wages were never a strike Is- To stay with the national ot Pus. OU 4 Wotdi'I FRES AMISSONI5reN in W. Unlv ...... I Cockto'" lop tho trlct, tt I

: sue.--- -. space- agency. as an adviser. ..... Mlrlnt e.ilp.II 'I"t lOti Woo unlwnuy A... A PRIZ8 STEAK? cooftid Ul prlmt tt ptntcllon ittMi
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Camp Hunt Pitt WANT TO SACS A SPORTS Our It ti, drltln lor H JOt Dint tnd D 1
< 1 OWca equipmentrjMuieol : Antiques CU Dt It tn "'. 'KALIytu ". tvtry THE Prldiy Rt1NSdOYC

: Norman Thomas at 80 MarchindlM' ', ."J, [, UIM cm t Mr tHtrf lor Our til. tndi mmn nil 4 "DUTCH'TREATIHI
I f $ltuI'' Furniture.R M''.'.'.'. W. Unlv Avt. 'DIIUT'5. IN TM'
'. ". hcow.V.'L w Unlv A... OPEN AROUND TH' CLOCK DINS a DISCS

RIAL IJTATI rOR All Y' ..urIR N Optn Nightly OISSCTOSY

j Says His Future Is Past U Watlia Hulls lor low LivestockDiamonds. DINING Town House *

U LsIsN IlloM ...1' 2204 SW ) 3th SI. DINING.MUSIC'

: RENO, Nav (AP) Socialist to me," says Thomas. He said Woiarlront Property ,t.' ITALY IN GAINESVILLE Old' .Pothlonod Root loorStntfw COCKTAILS
; N HOUHI. lor SolaMCtttoiw Dint by C..dIoUgh' 'In ",. Might. .chto 'Id Cream
; Norman Thomas cocked his he thinks failure follow I
to a So. fcr Sola' I I'' f, rul tmmpnirt tt lltlyl' A (r W ROOTBEER STAND GENERAL GAINED

t partly bald partly silver.haired clallst course Is "not very heal- 17 Rut. ...... SMhtntM'M MANAKO'I KliTAUKANTttcltllttt no; NW tith it STEAK ROOM .
: Fish Poles'f In Loitgnt, P" 10'N A. M II.JO P M. ,
: head ; : Foolurlna U.S. hims CtolItotkt
thought briefly and said, thy for the United States"But Roal Bllola WinlMIt Ill tlNr Mllcltut Ittllin'' r>.. propirtd to ::' /as5
"My future is mostly In thepast" I It Ideas Out at Town 'r'JII JIM Hiwlhorni' HI. III f.MVI IANDWICHIIFoitriml Inn,
: some originally | 'n .MM (,_ MonMyt.Nm on our optn ntirth Holldky
(w,nou FroMrllai II..r. ino S.W. ijth it r* -.m
called socialistic have Used Cars loot
preIvalled MOT COAST h5tp 3ANDWICMlf Cor-II--t; '
t 41 Roildonllel Ineama: ." an to*
,On his 10th birthday today Thomas I. Orleans itvlt) U nnltlANI "
( :
says .y COCKTAIL *
41 Firm 4 A..,... SH .EwJNW;;
Thomas' eyes reflect the disappointment A widower for 14 years ol Colored ProBOrly Into Auto Tires MR. $/ WICH SHOP lit W Unlv Av. lit Ayinom LOUNGES *

of dreams that didn't slowed by arthritis and heart N 1ft ..I'lyn pl,.,. tor aollvtryLARRY'S Forty pocknao lloro P'ontoTHR
come true. trouble Thomas faces his 1\1\\ .' CVPVfSI LOUNGIInotlc
age ADVERTISE IN THE "
Ahmtpnoro *> MvaM
1 It s not thai he jan six timesas realistically "You've got to RENTALS ,Aquariums + MutHully DIHoront
Ill Ctlarat \ c..t. I "' Ai Ilka Thorn
the Socialist candidate for grow old. I take It as It comel." 04 Cot,.., tor Property Rent Rontait SERVICE DIRECTORY I I !:,HOURS:A ;DAY.NolrNW iitti bold PR ._

president and never came close He still travels widely and 41 Furnlahod, Aati. Row Boats

i to victory. ("I didn't expect to addresses organizations, mostly 44 Unhirniuwd Apt TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT" LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOf

5 be elected.") But he had hoped college groups, on the philosophy 47 Houm tor Ron Fun Golf Clubs ENTERTAINMENT" IN" THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDI

to be the catalyst that would of socialism His talks, 41 Ncwat lor Row tnrum.al ; CALL J78-M11.
yawns lor Rent
spark a mass Socialistic movement *-such as one at the University of I II "MNII." H_.

I In the United States Nevada Thursday night are II Maw' ....... TypewritersMotorcycles

"It's < peat disappointment liberally sprinkled with a keen I IIA Wonted T* Rent

II iotroori wonted
IN TMI COUNTY JU09II COURT wit."The \ .
I election turned out II O'llco' Dow IOKO
IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY I
14 lutlnoil RtnliuSIS.VICI Used TrucksRefrigerators
e FLORIDA about as I thought I wanted
a IN Hi Iran 01HOR"'CI
J. AMINOTON (Barry) Goldwater decisively I

DNOTICI fO "DITOII' defeated and that happened A'| I This Week's

1 All cromtori' M mo Intro ot HORACe large part of this big majority, a 1051.1 lonrlcMURott t .
Baby Buggies
J. ARRINHTON' Doceoiad ore hereOy
2 notified and required, to sue any cloimii" was more antl-Goldwater than N Ions Impr.u4n55M r ,.tj ,

.M1. ...'1511 dom.nl.Nld. Nltl whiN.Y,. ,I" ,.I'. 1k 51p. N h.".'.. for Johnson." I 4 TV MrvMaII .k i Ii, I Electric Motors

County Juan at Alechua., County. Florlde' ., IN THe COUNTY JUDO' OUST 'N AoM'once 4 Furniture, .A !7EiTEWS ? \
1
I In the CeurtheuM ot O.1Mwlll.' "' PierMa AND 'Oil ALACMUA. COUNTY, Store
EquipmentFarm
,
,, vimin UK (II colaneir -"' fromI DA
iho lime el ma tint pvoiketKm' tt ttm IN ..., eI.N NJO515 'LDII"/
/
nollca. feck claim or demiHldontt .n. "'lilt M sASnISTT. ...
: wllly M muss pareM 015-: 000.001NOTlCl Machinery
:' tnd poll tttict oddrtM itlitlminf TO CSIO/TOM WANT-AD RATES
tnt: muit ftt twtrn tt by mt 01 Infant's
All of ma 5.1.1I of JOII'
511,511S'5 Clothing al
...''''.''', hit atont, or hit ittomoy, or .TLITT NYOOSN 055151. 5r.hNSOy 1'H. J7I-HU pec
tt will, bocimit volt1' tcctrtlnt la 'low I MII551 .... r11ui111, M Ills. soy I
frt Nordlct, M. ArrlnatonNOKOICI 'claim, tr -...... whkh. moy may New Sewing Machines
\ M APHINOTONAdmlnlitrtlrw 55511,5' uid '''.'. In ma attka at ",. PeeCleanlied
tt IW lillttit Jvaoa pt Alaohut' C vnty. FlorCounty -
H"'. J. 11"1..SAS.D55155d. Ida. hi m. CIAN.x/N II ..-a Office Equipment
015,15 *, 11,1 ". I" ..,. OnlyDEADLINES
IPMt Hi II 55 Pi II. 1 ... ,
Irom lt doio at INS tint .
thu nanto, iocn tioim' or O..III.'j ..' Movie Equipment y M60t
nence. e> ute M M wrltlnt and m.ol Mtit
01 idonct' ltd pool oil"",. n
TttAndrt* B TiylorWt *5 umonl, and mutt aa ,, Outboard Motors '
Hit clolmtnt' atfnt. or nil lltorno TOYS
NW ItM AvmualIMovll
0, Flo. or It lIlh'tacoma void 5551115)I T_ mm ,,,. popan /
V.. 1'. horoay mtinif' Wilt the MilOn mow. .4 "M Bay aaiant tuftl.c Sports Equipment ?
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evil* .(1) Itlt OKlmtHII. !,Stir loriiait' Hyaam, 0SS.s.1'; PN as M N Is 5,5. .....- Nursery Furniture
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Ills of le MW 111N Awnw. etlvslreTM JUOOi, ALACMUA COUNTY FLORIDA MIMlnkSUm'.
01roa M ... Sal,. will M ..pIN, IN SII IITATI OP JAMM R. woooj| "" ad 4 lineal.
la twit at M Doctowd Fishi
tall ., *'E'k Hid motor TO ALL CIIID"OU AND i 3 Equipment
mMNA N SAVING CLAIMS" 011 OUW A NO'
0IA..1 ton 1 and Itn Mtiiioctiofiol lOAINIT SAID IITATIiVia Building Materials
mt koitnca, duo Mtr mo atntrKiArdm and aadt at 511 ara htrtay "aHllad FAMILY HATH

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t .... y1I0 wilt tan.'IS Ilaut tor a.y 5a. ISO may nova ifoinM. .... toioit atJAMSI I imoaritana Ch lhaInwrtltni
arcS rhn11fIn.5MI4. 11ar II''51 N" "" R. WOOD. docooMd. I.'. ataod N IN lha
Caumv la ma County Judao at A.,acitua Heating Equipment
Shill Melon Ire Coonly. Florida, at nil ."111 totho II Ineortlant l IIIe .Ine
.II NW I4rh Avenueanneivllle. court MUM at Mid County eawovilla. / ,.
I ,,.. Florida. oinln on aowndor mannii Tow ehorte oomeuM oynxtehrMa Musical Instruments
(1701 11 MIN _,tram ttvo Hmo at IM Nnl pualkilloii. a) total. Knee a rat
:thio, _, lock titM or ......... moil I Five letter eva per KMaimed
I I' Trie CIRCUIT' COURT OF FLORIDA' oo m .'11',.. end wall. Hats ma aiocoot a numaar it pioaiiiaiia.I Camping Equipment I
IIOHTH JUDICIAL' CIP.CUIT 'IN AND rtoWonca and poit amca aadraoi ai
FOR ALACMUA COUNTYIN .... tioimant' and than at twom la avOAllY I I
CHANCRRVCHRII 155 .,,,,,,,,,, N ...... N 115/551. N Plumbing Equipment a
WRLCM an* R04ITTA 551 OWN .111rn, N 1amaN MI 11 MIN Po.otMwt
l W.LCH I'1 wilt' altll M 54 at I Itoot Children's
trtunar lyoa
Playthings
Flllnllfre.PARTITION. I S WOOD 0 4
Ao. a.oauin> NN.. ....t WIlt maTMtomont I
10.0"na'N sd at JAMS R. WOOD 12 point Electrical AppliancesDogs "'
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0* M''UL "Nn I II M PI II 40 II Cats Parakeets

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Yea'atdla.rt 'Oil ALACMU" COuN" lomi to 4 Ire oraary tvea
Ira tevotoit This
at yw IN CNANCIOYTNs00Dss DAYS seecieJ se.d as
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= !N..I SI sn5 CoO Mrt.., (IM taa DrlvarmlKdnom Ooodim I than the t ItI43t r* see e commercialvettisere ..di .

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o tab, liken, Child fen I l2M... Help Wanted ----- ---- ---


IINY I TOT u.o..u ....., JII n .. I. 683 OB'O LAT IS H.u.. f.r Sdlg IS Hdui" Ur Iglg IS M*.._ Sew.

PLAY : walt Aeoiy''' to- bwtoy. MUll. 'bo. noo"J 5 _, I I I D "N. A "' 1. t R 1.1.'OItA'TLD.ATI. O""O.TA.'" I U ""'"" ,. V.'L 550 .ou a,5 o5..ns 'or SR. I Do'n.' ...". doUbIO tu'
porwi f
only ll
SCHOOL C..no".... nt A.M. ] soot, 0 now 15..... thol li dlttorontyilh 'I. turn "3111.1.' 51/oks.N
W
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VINu. wer younorl Avg.NIW =. :.w..,11075. =. Tell .: 1 lorgo brdroomi, I bomt coni'hodt.. Mon A-e 114.m -
.!_.f ON 5' PR AKIN MLSMANer 4rw ACROSS 11.1.1.0. V 'GT od Porm Agmty 37MQM.IUV a001 N0571. "" ''If." klle- 0s. I 1'" .... m m*. .1211 II 14thTor
: 5.v.r.5. routs l. Mad 30< Shall pill ponollng, ihutton lomllyrm Rid liiMnion PR MN4.
11 HMAU HELP WANTED i AOO 273.47.0 55..Nan Owu 54 bI se50d5.d.. I ;; :' t N L R t L. t G T. oiMg DIIICT. 55000 PROM ioo_ Porotfo lull OKno olIdwordi. on< now Unl. PI KBH i -

aaM5.rw Puwts GA'T.OA'-' El 5050'55 .0451. TM Mme I a ,. r II I both c.,_ fomiiyB
hSHIEII W.n'o MM WondorhMiM Rntouront ... : pnlpal 1. R C J t O =-N. :. 1115 _'. } A.c 1129110 0755
_ 14_.: lit It, bohind S..,. i Ing to OMn7to... oplll llrlct &rMrnt S.tR : : 'TRACT Inc.. llt-HFI Iso? III tso 4... &I IPN T..
ly -,_."'. ..". tuollllcollonoummory RUMOR d Itiblnion. f I HMIPAINIID .
COCKTAIL WAITRESS to Oolnowlllg lim Ion I 11. taut 34. Breal .., M A L. A Y 0 AT.. NICE Cl NOM I. II I both/ :
Onr II. Apply' In eonm to ..,.... kit. II I D* ...... atHMdto Wlloo ond Out I
Thinly
ttotor. oil NW '3ttlIl.W""TRUS 12.0 5 UTA S. SJRM I I.. porch 4 tuH a...15. Ill SIll I CCI _.. UM dn, tnr
TWO MIN 13.: Po11ewed 3S. 53500155 won' londKopod tot I tiro. *. 53050 _,,,. Ml por month bcl
!' WANTED I 1.r _k_ stool work, S5. I. L TO. II N A. 0 A 1( pump 4 woll. Mony ..trw pun ...... Ins. w 55250 .s.salasoS OPEN HOUSE
A5.! M pane, N All.A. WII. sea .. MIA 1. Oar Cr'rlli' hk. neighborhood' noor KhoMond lit NW llth It
=,I.n00A. I.A.u':;;. $27 : I 0..11", ... lS.Afler :IS.Briand, tOt n t 'T l' 1'V I.Mead thopplng' contor. to* d IIMNl TIt,. I br I bo* tri.tovol Horn ho*

... lilt Sf. 4 colt R. I. lotoy. AT LAST ponoiine' In mo IMne room ondcont
OLD COUPII wonli _... too RAILROAD CAREER 1 I II 41. IHelpmogaa SOLUTION 0' YlSTUDU'1 PUZZLE --"SI. ottor I P. M. 1550. 00 5 lullkm 005,1 a
.* .p ...... drlvo c.r and p... M. spas 11.11 ... N 18.00.. {2. w.oA4/yo .. 5001/n5 wSMSL
Oh*...55.Elderly '. 1114 Inqulr ., 141 NW Cleat' II, IchoHl ft Initnictcounty 404.0. I I Ir 19.around heed 4. TIIDt plat 4.llna.ItaL Jars .9.. Garment Aveeags TlPICT 01 SMALL POI IOIOIITVV LARGE FAMILY' Hvh ......_ Inc. hii rot mod MN,.540515 II it Iran 114 I1 NW.P M II

WANTED N Nsrmwest 0..11I" Aw.
MIDDLI AGED MNrt.m. / 45 \\1re LA. MW. (I) todroorg,
sly In good hoolth will .. N -11I-- S5 20. Drama : S. Appldtkt 10. Compul' Pour 100 Mali WITH JUST RIONf
M
I..... nimi ron, froo wim' rllobld .. .,... Mull bo noot, ..ur> tl Ili t1 23. Croo.ocI 45 C onSetvatlvt fruit U. 8per1Ucn. Nert0woslOcsII504 Naa.525,005.T57m4 chilli. g) All brlc' front Por mo young _...... Thll d
mlddld Mod lady Iii loom a5. onorgotk, ng drlttonPIMM. I Iy11w ; out N. W. IJrtI CLIr.M g> Roll plollor walls 1Ir.I' Ibrgo roc.
_ -__'" "oc"" 4tl lll Phono PP. MMI tor Spat G It Lug n {. Feeler d... 0 Td7ow1 HNro notion. rm A wry gltroctlvg
J .IIh.III.IIIOO.' / 26 FuJlona er& Hurtle Mw. Ponnkl ..bI_ kitcnon' tot oft by lirch, cibinoti.Cl04fl .
WANTEDHOWARD 051
WAITRESS .ianl' CallP
U 105010151 0,01011057101.
: 01515 5.0..11
: two bom mid lowm
2T.: Have : ; Jewtsh homo > ,
JOHNSON OUT. IBM ANDELECTRONICS bring dining room '_ WAN. Air conditioning .... ::11
Apoly hi penal MM NW 13th II 28. Paid saki. DORY horn IioJdval Tomxh Plo -UICL'NII'
"Il1ar. N W. ,. 114.1 Ill' .171t ....." ... with' plovhotiM II
HOJTISSIt 29.HarmCIGlled 1.Spigot f. Derided 20. Bardr. or Nowor bnd 1 ...-- Medals mil 1 or homo M oily" ID.OMOok .
wars or ovor. Attrocttvonlnt I.. T.Iosm' weasel. 1431 P151 a54osl barer thin Hill' SolE oon.tnittlon porVUOt N1r,. ..,... Mil
noun Apply Mr. Ptnon, UnkV5nly or oqulvotont. No oxporlonc.MMry balks IIIKH.Throo N. __.Ct.twg $100 CASH VA lonrftcopr Only" WOO dnw ondMm
W. Urd
1. PUt
IILWAITRESS llorHng Mlory dopin'"I 1 J IJ. .1' I' .. ORrSoEO __ Call Pordyc -
!. PROM
mule bo nott, >l. M .ovolllkotloni. Opportunity' Mrodvmcomont ....,."'" Aen Ion N. W. IItI
troctlvo ..., ... 4:M to 5.25: to ovor HIM. R. II I :2. Enteylaim CPARADE.. $750 CASH FHA.SSIPsmM TORDYCENEW
PM. lundivl .rl. Ootohov 10<". to Dolloi Taw, for 14mnnmi f. IjI'J
,, ES dlnnerl SI 05111 1150.
Poilouront, PI HM1womon were luH '.riII loblottond OP NOM MOPtl. awry
__ opoclol, CIOIIM, Upon convPIOIIM fiq J3.Man5 ..... 'oy II pmr N ASIOCtATI5. INe.Or57a .
0.11" .
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MOTH!II eI 7.yr. "d child Rood, you. will .. d gullltlodIPOCUIIII !II IonI vN1 guonily. i in IIM bulMIng on hutlrulloll ,.,..... 0551"rRlAL
II..,. MIe' N .... ., -. ..lalronk. anyloWM50eook101, 5510s ,. 71 1E750015P M WntmorlondHUGH' I InA" CONSULTANTS
1500, rwpo0slbinlee 01 N50/1/1olI' II' ISM ond ._ 111.Ilm. ,s I' S4 sand h1UJ6 R .314. DICk 550115 'r50yp SryN
Hr p .... Mllld'' "1001 .54115, ploe50o11d 5.00105' .. ,- .. .. : ReTOmIl I..h 50031d1 11500,0 11140O.
wv i i.cfi'. PUIlDIIIP. C. Mr "'I" R.'nrn
protorrid ".11M. p0505011' Mr. Vow.Stool.
372.1W'T'::'''. ;' PNday; Ii If .II al lend Mks 11s,5. III tae150lddA0 I 24 W 0010 371.5234
Solytey a Sundo. I boihi kitthonCCb. l.ulpp' .d. EDWARDS
12 Mill, Hill Wgntg4Itoto 29. Two yratO.Ambwh PHA M VA. ISIS N' 'Stlt T... ,

It-Hol.MjlwFo il.J tuQle u ,. .I, 'TII Nuts 1405.. Inc _"". INC.

IIR'CI STATION ATTENDANT WILL' well M loss _NSVNI' NW
Was 1 1921 J9TH DR.
...... ....,-. r.ul5ld, day SALEIrtEaK r& wan', "" ". "1 0 w Soh 1.1II 45011 I RR
weoN. Paul ....11 I.......... It,,.. 'JO P M. to II M. Apply C".... ,. 3.lndlll'Jl& ootollont" locotlnno.in 5 .soy 176.7971IV MODELS
Id M 4 ,......... 75. 'Inn ln W. Un... Avo.luporlonco 11P 13. Fscepti tooium 5 tall' 14I4J ondloo
OWNI 4 I*. I Mill wlNrlMp '$
WANTED firot elm, tody mon mil He 5570 ta114 I" I.U S. Inter It nil Nl tilt T.,,_ alp ...... 5.100. p.1 15011 25117. .Nw 04*

.''n..... Oood pay will MX vo.citlon. lotowonon wonto;: lovo E t trod Colt, "'!| hoiwt.lomo 16.: Run wild YOU ASKED 01 HlgMOMI. Court Man.w Dolly, .0VIII. -'

WHIIimi" Apply INS'In Motor porion C.to. lady Mr. Apply ol lottol I Is IIHlg' "_ Uw In *' 1f :_ 17. COOd.. DfJA PIT. 1110 105. NIP 141IIIIt .,. Ore**
MARY MOELLER. tnlttlnf' worttod.TMrty 75,0. PR 3.0011.
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'1IeO. W4 I. Miln. he.hng FOR ITI!
REALTOR n JJ C"oo'oI I'll ssalsmaon.p511w1
...LIIINGINIlII V... Weed 111skt1'' J"nlt it ..J' I. 18. Pe5.w51Y.i9 505,5 525 blaaS
0'....... onglnoor' or pquol torlorgo lOll W. *UMvonlty...". AvoP ...... III ....k''...'" .tllelt 3 ..bI.. $65 MO. EARLY AMERICAN 511515.4 5 1aa4P.1alh
.ogroillvo' ".*..... com tor' -100. .....'. Po/MA Nat .... 14' 4' H :: 2&3 BEDROOMS -
peals MM. mm. lolory/ span MOTOR ROUTS IALISMANCAIIIIIIK roc.I'H, II-Jl 11-31 1154141. ,,41 !If: 5500 of FIREPLACE HOMI A4 51,0 5.00015.1 ... 5504
Sand to lsro..o035 'n.., Silos All oriel otlonor roliodKoomi
..Ii....'. 'Irw, 1000 NW inn Av*., W. 55.05 ea oloss fer T_. 00515ts01al. .Hvo toots In wno tor mil 14J I.' ... I I +1 5 s.._ a CsrpsmSS "_oct ponoiodMI I Ins.IsaoNHNy.
Mloml' ",.. Call 44M1S5 or Oootf Mrnmoi II you I MUCH odd ll conn tor ootHpittora III, A'qairedPor : 5 PINsSd, s.5115 ismlly nom ,5.I15.0 515 SPdsatsd..01eNSl .
54.0. harrSer0001an. w d..lro 55P1s tor "'-e"" molllnp and 43. ItsL riser Pormk* ...,.... w1W' 1001545011 55? 5s. ........ 01
Inw.1y00. Its. 000Srlunlty' 01'11I' .r .., MMCIM, nondllng. llm. 2'' min. I'P "...._. 11/20 = I .
your 055 55.1001 tIt Very lond to Laura 5 ult-In NIkMMS Iwssaw osoN.1MI 5011 I1i
'01" .nd dorrks IIop'ILICTROlUX 110 Mvoitmont ptMto call Mr.Cate. WKMlor, Oolnnvlllo, Vm, N_'>- i.7e5rs -. = :: II R I. 51100.1 MN
1214 COR" CIrool0001. _. ONns., Croft Dopt, P, O BOH 141, Old hilt vonltloo *."I..01- ol. CnolcoNW I .. NIN _i Tu..
NW 4lh It. .11" ...... .71-1411. 0,1 11. 1 II COOIIOO. llollon. Nn Vort II. N Y. All city imiltto' s,... Ixollont., tormlOVOIUMo .125.. I.
EXPERIENCED BAKER 7 :IOD' Prlol psloly' 'TT.IN NUM/EE. Udowoikl 0.1.0.5 m.""n |
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Port.Tim. 372-6232 14-Joloi Hoi* WiMt4 21 Uvoitwk i lupgllod' 12 Mooilo H_.. For Sold 14 Wgf.rfr.nt ,,.,.01, .
NIW POI 11411 JO* /...... $11,250$12,550 >
Men loihloni. to knll crocMt mmovorl 'WO 'ON I II fer wS. 1 "" 5WMddl. !IIi SUMMER. looMs AIRIIQ .0101 rotmaTiimiuiotin
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NEiD MO. MON Yl1. N. Plus, I PIES pottorni dmbrolnory ... "OS P01505 47J.IJII. Mel.roll CONNOLLY At mouth gf luwonnoo llvirkorg. rotrats

AVONCALLING 'ka mwyT ttio opporninllloi Mae' In Wooo.enCh50O uloi. ''".' c..,..... lond a MoWM Homo 10''... '. I 4 IbMroom t 5". CCI eomplo $100 CASH VA i'l-'

W. Iroln mon or womon I* MrnPorry setss, now NoodlKroft' Cototog.VAIUII HORSE PASTURE moklio homo Monyyoor to 11I..'_ burls fl........ A.> ll

505 U 2S, 5131.n 5,000_, IY.pus W.00000tlsd15now0110 suar101 II COMPLETE GUILT N..be1.'DOI PN ron' __bl.. 010 Solos paws:.5 .,.7... 3 .111,Hnonclng":" ; -MwHloll 51,0.5WOW1155155N..Om40's ..,..,.. WymoTounwl $395 CASH FHA 172-7070

''''"'"1. Nall I Mcal 1 PATTEINI ,In dMwi now Oulll 17.1111. 55 G.l'..oolllo M U. L Ml ..., Phono Pr Mill 114
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"HAVI A WONDERFUL Ksystons. PO.tT :::':.,':'.CIty7.. .! M conll" Opal lit PITS b SUPPLIES FEDERAL 0,5P1 HUGH

CHRISTMAS THIS n....." torvlowJorryi, wild o lr.o ....k...' .. QUALITYHOMES IS Hisses too ....
I CHIHU'HU' 0,0 04 I 10..1w INC. EDWARDS
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Soil sear your homo.. .. IW I3tl II W_'". 14... U, 1 _.... II' each 00500 ont N W. Urn ll Oohvnvlllg J II < port, CCI. I yolrl 014
happier' end richer" with" 741 AM. to 3* i A.M. 1*-WorkWintod1 Fon,4lo 0125 bod 050 5415" or 0050. 37. P. Hill Wilt __ Mfr' >lit, .:'.ill. Otaw' ;loop by ChrMmot. : INC.
later
4111.MINIATURI'
An. Writ P 0. lo 1 4... YOUNG mon uln. pcwnotlm woos. U04 down ond ouumo "I 2909 NE Mrh St. Sooner or
COLORED 17 ,
BOY. .
mo AIM rurnlhird ovollohMI'4I ''
D"'CHIHUND fir
Cdinoivillo, 'I,., w call F 11 all n.t1o.l'"!' on conc57O.sow Sultry morliotl.nd lor..oPMIIOI. WANTS werb alt.. "'1tooI. DIst' .. PUPPIU. AKC I k'oc'' a brown WYATT- NW Uth T... Call., 1M4JUcont .. I76-T>7I 1you'll

20421. cor 11I..,_. p.tply M wash.? .. "'.... Cal "...". I wook old odoroblo p.... Worm i'ViNiA.-M-T..7"i.. 01154IMeotoy

lee 441A ailnotvlllo. ...... HOUllk .PER od hod wo Was. Mo. '11 41U46IRMAN N5ro4 lu/10/5. 1110.Nkn40 JWK want Butler
'VOCATIONALLY-0 I T TUIOf (..,tit I war old. .1'11) acts. IHIPHIP.O pupplol Trailer Sales K.il. PIIIPLACI. a

FURNITURE Our toil mov ......... potontlilcorior worn In Oolnotvlllo. ..... I ..... Mo AKC rug in mom, .. on ......,,11II M Hfiior. n",.
Motor ..."._ will. KM Wrlto' Joon Rlgdnnmilt Ud tomiloi. MKonopy 4M 131II P...raaA., Me50N 0aro1ShIst. 541 IN to urn p*. irt-QMl 372-8404
UPHOLSTERY tour mon tollowlnf' toil MIOC.lolory r.._. Piorldo. ...., I jg PM.CHIHUAHUA. w Afro/0015 HIGHLAND' COUHT MANOI, i'i\ home.

Held w preoal Iftt..."", .. WOULD Ilk. |o. In homo 01 coot, PUPPIESiMutlful. ,..... 70011,5' Nl llth D,. 4 II. I ""''. ilMulpood IP IOOKIN tee R homo not Bros. Why
Pot lop du'llty onrtmpn>M"| opon. Minded m5. 5905 ) ..vl WM*. Mon Wod Frl Del.'s. PNN Moo/N 10_ control hMl. Low dnmpoymml tiH I None. ronoMor PMrMOPort .
ceU 11.41 prolono MwM high" Would contldor I IsTld. M "tovoblo liny. AKC R.... 001157. "nc. 1545 PMol por 505. touoond with oil. ....* odvontogoithroo '
372-1141 wheel .,........ CHI ...n...., 37150o177SI. Vlolo Mclnlmh Must loll./ 17]-Illl. "II Sllwr boo/o, 1101. led Inch, dill FP fU4l orPI bodroomo two $,.... My
P* ."'2. $2S 4705355flail. 1 HillIUILT 1e 05500. 1155.0.4 1,10 5510 !
GAINESVILLE not
.. ponnlid. itudy. two cor now
P11.' gorooiol
UPHOLSTERY TEXAS CHEMICAL CO. 0.515 17 Work W...... Mold ItAOLI PUPPIIt,. ) loch: Ml/ IN KITCHEN' con holt .onl,., 0w5.10 ,.........d
into NW. im wProo mon to IMo ovor Oolnnv, IlloTorrltory l l Oood hutting ito or poll Coil so p N I II, I* ....... I4M for DMowlty. 500101. a.IIt 1100501. on 50.1
litlrMlio-rKt op ond Up I* II..... In o y'or, W'NTID Mo< onicoi woo h."" M,.. wiloomon, ot PI Hill toroppt H11kns1 001.... ...... cells' toil mod Plot down poymont lond. Cell tor on oppowi
<101...,. plus WMkly" bonul plon lor right school 5151. MIIII... ...,....... to loo. 5705 salty w IMS ..., PaW or will' ...... III Nl othII moot to too mil ono.
", .n. Wrlls ..."_li., 101PwldeL / M It... boast "" "IIId. C.lI 5nyllm. Pill .015500511 por mo. Ptwtg |7MOtllt I" lIaS. Will' conUdor trodotor lOCATIO to llort Aoroo mltor :
"'I'm KITTENS, I M P.M. cor. ....... trulor. or nt.OWNII 1251105 1.05 Plum 510551.
Do. Co 555 U7a. PI. I on* MomS Cil SIN = ALL CITY SERVICES
Worth I, T.a.GAINESVILLE. young Tim. Cot. / NOM PACT TEuNSPEIEID.. I ll"I o 155 s50N 1 00011505. I
II Stkoolt & Initructioni 1'11. AVAILAItlProiroil kit 511,51 M.f. 00001 taw? Mw
homt ool M Ildnlawt41555W
YEAR END AREA 5..N0wr Pork 51. a.. ..._. 05100111505N
Wintod o IPSO lo wort lonH MI.P.eds ELL'S BOB WHITE QUAIL -aw5Issr4 fonrodyord. 50OMs w _'" ._ WOOD MANOR
FERN
I Mlloi' Norm
/ on Ill ,.'.., pool miobe.Msp.MIs .
MOBILE HOMECLEARANCE 1ft ..._ S5 Ps ,s.d ...... REAL IITATI EXAM COLLEGE Droiiod gooll IIII oorh CMrloi 9. Norm. Mr, Pull w poy owlty ond ... Prkod ol IOH HIM ..
UH par montn Ago ovor IIMM NhLUKU5IOuS
Live prkod Phono
cor, oBovo oil. wno H .tautlof CLA1II1 and occordlng tog. 44M4QI 100.0 4104 5A _" _. .31 5.10.5.05 Mod 15011
tor o way k t.t out ol Iota NOW POOMINO' MOINNINA 441 INI A'I ouontlty<_ PtorMOn BUttsMOBILE III Nth PI. Call m.li4. 110155 WOO. 11105 III k''.. $12,250 ups
SALEw. UIIKIKni ood cinvoiMflf bulknou. DK loin ot ,.N P M NW UthJl. I M homo M 55.5.50nlty ..... ., Sa1I'
Wo tars too miny loads 111 W. Unly" .... pp. .!!Of. AkC ...'"...... 1,1 MIso, .d C. Won Pom, UM down .... 111 por 55r/wwd 5.570 COotsrt 5 514in
.'vi got to mike room tor you to woos to tomd nor MOOL '1. ..... 1 '.1. w I _..... HOMES INC. .. will root tor III ps 1..... In ...", NW I
tlmo ond our tlmo, by fotafl loon It homo tom bmw*, Amorkon >oy bo im ol loll NI lith NW UthSt ., 6111 St. PM.na P 11 .11. .i ond noMMbhj pritod otlVIIAL o DOWN FHA
for the 65's 10 the 64 door to door. loo M,. It4litromot Ichool, r. o. to> I4MI. Joction.vino ,,,...
mob homes are goingfor Holldoy' "Inn, Prldoy I to tPH PIO, m4 II.U 441 N ol City Limit fH.1 55dw14 ..,;; 055.0. MOUIdl ovolllMo. wit NOTHING DOWN VA
-. -.. 1. 'M" 1 "... Iu. Mobile, See M for beet buy 'In Goinoivill ..... 5.5 15155 .... ... Me. 15A 0105041 711 551 M.111555.. Coil
Homoi for Idle $100
Closing
unbdlidvdblc g I v .. ,, '
1005PM 51p05' 312.3311 feroooo'n'.n' Real Estate Exam .. A>k for our leotlol' dl.. w t Olp N..n. ew.a5.:0nt1 055.511.45. b>05014550 5.M
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away prlcti All famous 5na -051" 110'.550.aw
ATTEND 111 TICKAIHA _.. Honor. W II count prlcoi. W. cannot and = 7005 J:1'''' :: 1w 1r? wNaoy -
nom manufacturers mod.1. 14 Work WinfogFomiU I Phot lasso, ...... *. pntKI condition. MM Sod will not bo undersold' conilddrlng 72574.1, 111 $751iPER
ell 1111 HW a5. 3/ C.II 372.3737. .... PROM MONTH
up Mymonli M irt ll month quality." OWNIa s l... 5.M 5501 MNW .

SAVE HUNDREDS HEAL TH 5411555 w..II' ,..a U.S .. WIN" ft womon II to M to ,.... lee of...Alochvo Jimmy' on Adorn Niwhorry,.I mlMo.Pd Mum Collonytlmo 2] Yrt. Sdrvko l.oorl"nt. _,..... fer .... 57 115.. LW.KIRKPATRICK.

Hundreds of dollars hove SllrsySly. In N57 Tro05 CIVIL SERVICE oltir 4PM. 4H-IIM. OPEN AM I PM -.1. WALK TO SCHOOLS
015,05 551 .etsrW.t. TO" bosh 55 / SMALL 5 55 1.M ...... .....
been knocked off the
orlg.Ignil ..... Call 444.1339 01'" I ,..... -pj; )IITHWESr-- CLOSED SUNDAY 55 NM05.1511534.

pried' gdt bonk- fer ----.1 TRAILER SALE soy.CALL 411.2641HEAI N. 11.11I1'..ooltorII Pow P* fAIIOCIATIIi ... 4 IK Brick/ Front Colon/I.li. Now flniihlnf.M .

rate fln.nclng menth.ly I7M W00. lood N.. MPOdl you buy too w tor top ,
poymtnll a 'low II SHORTHAND TYPING' At aim t_ moot WOimto MMUIO Momoo. Appro IHI I SE. THd bom PSya MS055.wo low W5oN1 Ie. $15.12 $au Down
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ir Macs 540M
(rod
Civil ....Ie. Trolnlngoocrolorlol 15"' unlti to CDOOM iron Copt A. w Hoocd DIN *.*.
Courao* CIOMM, KENTUCKIAN moMU homo.. IVond I. 4Ai Mr welts, up to IT to Kit Poncod Ml* solely 4 Lasso Klrtlond 540 0025,
$59Don't S sr r. or 01_. ,. Cud' _. : ----
11,1 1.010/,/' WST"-, "575. 0.1111. Seo571sro Pays.w ..... leu"NW IIM Los. T51'w375 a
5155. 315
Sun Want OR ..1517RAILROAD w Pr'S rrN 5.11. Rarity, 'oohirlnf Morlotlo, Hllkroil, W.... 1111. FRED DIRECTIONS Drive' Was" 16lh ATu'n
long ... ..
mob.tg homtmywKgr w IM .
buy .7J. Mr 4 Port Monor.II .
until' you leg the CAREER .m ."" 4 II p m.MORIKI IUV NOW DOWN ANO PAyMINTMlM WOPK OUT THI Lift ." )lth St. .. ]9th Ttrrtct.

Trolnon, tor lollnod Commvnkolion yoon to Mo MoWM Homo 5.. 5.10.1 55 bo.r11T 51111 155.
money you'IIIIY' et pooltlom, Mini bo highochool ....0100 525 s.dlr -".......... ARNOLDREALTOR
\ds Get groduoto or oqulvolint.phyik.lly HOMIt w Hs .,Ire..jw w M Butler BrothersBUILDERS
FEDERALQUALITY lit, good choroctor wall 1175 N W. 5 11II ... "SERVICI HASUILT bxudmg bflio front 10Woib
color Mlno If guollllod/ or.bo 17"13" OUR IUSINESS" 415,5, In W 00/.5. 1.1.....
,.oNn7ts will'" "'_. Pormtormotlon M KhMto. All city oorvkio.loo .

.",.. writs nomo. ooo. .. BAIRD ol N W. 3l15 Orlvo ond II.W. DAILY I71-f)41 NIGHT' I7'.904'
ond phono numbor to 12' WIDES MOBILE inn PIKO' Cull in***) dolly orlow
'. .. C. 5 ..
ResultsSALE O. t OJ. Mil./ 2741014 P554r FAMILY HOMIluntortoblo
ton. P//
"'5.1 HOMES
HOMES gncfuttorod tlvln
2 BR under
$4,000USE OWNU. MaaIIHsl 5025 M
a15 bo youn to mil opoctouo 0
fOcotdP NW'ooclton
21 to btockl from
4120 NW 11th St. tJyortgck Ih Suppl.oiCorlton OUR Moos ..,."' .._. Muol bo 5.4.0.5 5 MM taoa M 541St.ww .

Cdinoivillo... II C"l.r.. k'.... t10151 L RENTAl. PURCHASE -on BH J0f1__ 441 Mon M .. _.._ Col PI "oocllod,"'_. Cory ooporoto Plortdowith 115155 t1r

D.,.. Pdrmo 1_ How PLAN NEW..---r.. mown, _1-44*. room ,.... illrho' with. biPvon '" 115 COMPARE"THESE !
5.a. ,... Lsw ._'... 4551 ......... hnmo MmpMety furnllMd, Only ...-"N. I bidriorn 5555.5. ronghdliMolMr ond dClMrol ..
COl' 01.171 TOTAL' COST 11711. M 50 5.y .-- S 111 ..-
WANT TO KNOW OP CONTRACT WILL It LESS King -.. Nome monti ,:::r tIt:1: rontCoHAiochuo .hoot aol HMondltMrting.Ml. .
ftodh" your hot. tor HOW mina to prooorly Tnon .",. Hnncln.. ovollobleSEE 4n NW inn it, in ""5. h.... AMOtlono .*** HOME VALUES

Com. to ond M M o.plom. howKcon II LOTS J16..24
FOR lAU
do mil' |ob woo. CPA DAD AND IRAQ LARSEN IIDROOMJ BEFORE YOU BUYSAVI1
... Mills,, 41 por Ml LAKE ftlNIVA Coli: wo oboul boouidul bullo'' BLACK ACRES t goim comvoi Malt g S d
Port MN57.PMk.' Tlllg Isle .,. M. Gals tor ..... i M'OOI 0.* diwo..l. I 0051.
..o._ tlld. te Alai, I On Pi. ... I mi IAUI.* I f. rI MARY MOELLER. C4. I 55oo55.P4 1 S.5. MnMw5. id !
54.raa 1111.4 1''law
d.5.0Idol.
I .US4 ll* NW Mm 441 IIV IIM. OSN..-...nw-4351105 REALTOR .Ioolne w Map,. SJ ord por ::zr-a: :

LAST OF 64s lilt w. UMvomtyAyp.PP. lea 575 .ML U1. a NNr055.E'l unifying fktodod.VOUNO .
0-4471 .ww CMNrVtN55 27434 or

4 LEFT 001 5 two woN IS00 wend .. 27.5541AM15 FAMILY BUY YOUR NIW HOME

ONLY P050(. 45''ASMCIATEL.01..... 551/25/ Mvlct onol MN IIloiotoo. 5 s410 1 NO"S DEFORE DECEMBER 31
R 'Ne. 5.555? 5M.0r1tt15S WMtMIO eels Moch from MIIIOI bwo. LorgoII
IEALTOR Add your dotorowi 40., 101 _ty 11510 11,55toad
1M W. Uolo. tWt. town to thio Soar '* bhooiii'lJCy4) / 10511, w NOS NW 55 AND SAVE YOUR

50 X 10 [ FREE LOT '.. Mw 1N.-toHldir 17V1440' Cud. lot-4 511,555 "H' Hems 5.111. HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION

2 BEDROOM 7N Howlhom. .... M
_downC* mo. ...-. TRADITIONAL I No CI tv TAXIS HWW IV AOVAMIM

$412.50 DOWN-$55.49 Par month THU' Al/ ...... nko root.RAILROAD 55..,. 1 5.4.1.050s Aero woMod tot | i 4tH.150. 50511.45' In Csam/l botho. ass Itooro. IoofftdodMOd _
Asr1 T_ Isis 75555 In 555 15055 555 III M SwsI O/Nw5NM?. (1511 Ho55.4 555Wr5R ": --
l SATURDAY ONLY 115.5 IM .. 05.7115 PI5My 50. 1714 IW. Itk WofCountry ::: :
50 X 10 H 1 w 5 r.. be s5Mw.i N OO4 wr large ? 4 1*
0/105. Iron .mS.N.w w .,. .. .
saw M 1154. C_ to '" CM .21tor < Civ Irfotoot 15105. WN5 ro555. H.e5YI
2 BEDROOM .. s.oms ... ......_ Cad WK CM(55050M44MN 110/. _. IP.. r. botno .... Pid 0551. 0111511. 75555.
5.14 Coroftog Noyog&orfy
lOr 7731311. .4 I'd M0tMoM 14V. .,- ....*> I*.
Wall To Wall C.re.t A.i .-:- ; .71 'M tsOSeI .. 1/11/104 )0 555 53
55.1 15d Ms M 5 *. 54 Mal -
0 H 1 Week's I 3575514 (551/5. Smith ....ltor ARNOLDREALTY 55501.5. *. OIl a55Wl e. III
$.f1'.75 DOWN-$58.51 per month FREE Groceries wads .IIS 1VP4 wla.u 0/0004, l M 55.57 0/25. I7M W umvonlty, *... 1.151 0 17550 V57y.. w teslaS 1.10 5./55 w? 1051.n..5.s0511w

Illy ...... A4s5.p 15555 wall. you .CAN lAVf. |iM OT KI4I MMm.W15 ....... -0 5.. 511 ro..0555M
I bom horn. C**>ot hool, COMPANY
0515 55 W11ls ._ 5551 1 5./M b /555/5. ..,.... 5501 5511 ,01255.1 1
$041
It SWw4
1.,50,0
SOX 12 With The Purchase w M15IM5 LMM. AtomMt .
of 25551./ L"
111250 4.570 525
Odi IIIi -11-- 550555 5004 Cal "._ 501 w. 0505. Awm 571 5509Aw.c1

2 BEDROOM 5.d 50.0.5 ..orw1.M500oa ;;" 011' ''''STAlSH i ,-, Jon Co'dMI'tI lll MW. 31.h A... =to11.1055-- !
5.15.

$435.63 DOWN-$57.37 p., month Ii ANY MOBILE HOME I"" t!, O 0551'" !..IM "IIJI.O 0500 554 I 00045i. M .5..l. 5Mri 55 MOM"Wy walMr. W KMw 0.555 0155501 l J-1s. .55155155P. 60.051 I *id.por SON md.bo or M.MM no.*.>. OM.H dndtP .

115507. C_ 55.515.4M ) /me.
I N.. Mcftork I ... I bomo. it ooi1w.5= 04b'suSs.'Tpa..A ea!
50X12 11\\ SIDING Lor 10511 105 5/525 s.0 aOMrd ACA Is p3 : 1100 N.W. 2lik fl. Norwood
Opi1 at N T, .lay 5154 504 I p., tM fra ,.h pt. Now.bony .
BEDROOM 1// 0A06 1.,55 5051 101 ..555rMW 01.1101,5 N e.Se0.A 01) Molt Id. of POMUoo NWMry I li I boo IN* .., nil
1 .515. Ww 5..t b505.le tall 1511.E 140 M 1155.4 5111W c_ 0 4prcod Vim II' -
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10 554 s.w55t .... 555075 ---
05115355. 0111 05. 5551.55.N
montS Hope
$485.63 DOWN-$49.37 per 5..y 4.we P 5 ..1111.Er 11- BEST'BUY"Ml 71" N w. //fAf..

III I POMO bxddn.. lltrpor
OWNES. O 0..P' -
555005. .wM 101.
mwirnin _
WE TRADE 00.0 M 5125 55115 w MM1s. mow.
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11s.Ry ... brouor tor '- rw a r lno .... N.W."H" Inc.
OF VALUE = % M S 1415Is. 4IJO 0 4111
FOR ANYTHING KINGMOBILE 7..Ettuac 55 ... 11.5 5.55 -
It* Dr.I
tor I"ION W dug 55555,5
BUY AT. M 5 115 M Id, I ...... HM ... M Wt Tro ) Hom iet
BUY THE BEST ,. : I 14 w.,...,... 5555.111 to- you con I'M-- 0415555. M Uroot i
,N hlobiody.. 1 17 Ml Mom.tor Cot Sr15N1GJwri
...oo" all *5.5. 5.4005rtg OM by own* MOd IOM w 4"' 4U7 N W. IftkOr Property

w5 '" 1 S WHO o* tormo of WO d w* SS.h. .eel..., .
NORTHWESTTRAILER 'ill'I 4115.1 50"1 .5. MI 11. IMmwMMy VVI444.ti raid oy .. T bom, Alt Cub MTMII A0|
did on, )
HOMES INC. ; -d __ ..b5. 011Lae .. ., Mnnomn' AM.Pliiroooo I me oolb rod you ti) |ofdlN >
50Arhi5. M5r Per eta .
4i same ,. ...lr5 5.4075I .t''C'. MAiioitolXo | ANVTIM Id
c.. w.mN5 w 5rMO. P .50.50. r- rev *tu Men CAU.tt .

SALES I I WINI'UD H. CRAWFORD 55MA00A 1L-(. .,== .555 4 .. 4* rreiifPI
Ii 4920 N.W. 13th St. i M55r % onmy noj M Try
r PS.etr
WALDO RD. N.E.AT 1s. 5751,0 .P.r.152535e M 01. 50150334. H.OI .... .im or P* .1w
2702 i, .: 0425 sot --. woof SW5s. .
I II A.R. 5 I PAL I ,.. 11II MW -aO .OM555 1/54d4w w.

PALM LANES I7W201OH 378.2311 M ..1551.Zu'ul ..41 M II 25.105. (05-1 55 PL 5.11 5101 50 55557 Is.ws515 :;; = Mw.5511555.-PI"%1. ,...*>*.* e4 N_. ..110515

..PI..| t.. M.. .... td.., 1.. ld.. I I LbiT"...W H. M Or5554Na 1 s o. 050boos. 4-4 t, rd H.4J.
II 550 C.sss "law. PN15571E VO50t.L =,r 10500 r.. b3M M wW .' I I. A..NJI 14l so O.m.wuR.
I .d In* m nil fUi 55 ...r'f Iss .4.55
,. .... 55050 0 519 5.515. 11WeO 2740.0

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14 Gainesville Sun Friday, November 20, 1964




YOUR SHOPPING IN GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SHOPPING CENTER





I Clean' out the Closets & Utility Room. Now-Pick up extra CLASSIFIED cosh Person to person ADS ads .* for nan commercial users selling merchandise priced,

1 10 4 LINES $3 at $100 or 'less with the selling price' .tat.elln' the odN additional costs for ads thot require the full 10 days No refunds for .dl that

SAYS br"" quicker ection.DIAL .

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




H_ to tt IS HOW.I Ion Solo II HWMI tM Sol.t IS HMPOI for Sal.HUGUhmiill11dii4iTBE1Ill.. .0 .......,. Propsplla 41 H...... too lent UsE.... C4 HcMnofcolo1 Cooed 64 Mlpd. For Silo

,...... 0 Ipe 4.5YTa bun. niel, r. 511. J 011 ':; cLEAN .1OcI ,,.. or per THE TIMEIS
"U N. CR UN'URN. < '" .... _. .._.bl.. .. PARRISHPRESENTS .... RII'AII WOIK ON ALL reottd .._ AlaMO Nur
Hf
Rtdweod. Dlel .1 1510 $1 10ttI OfleS II' cat for ..... Apprtliel PtA III 010. .,..." root built In opportunny for I sIci :.. by men who. con :: MAK8S. Cell PR HOOt eery, E..,..... _,ltl.
7I-7.d .".? 5-30 ".M. No .._.bI' eilor ,.,.,.... .... cnlnt ceblnet, miny e>tret Mper rooming MUM good Investment .,. ftrevely trictor end do odd 1" KILVINATOR Irteier, like CAN JUICIAt NOW
...1 wtyt to buy. me. CP. 11-4151. U04 Nl KillDONTrVISS for butlnetl, property l7 lobe moitly yird .1111.. Or, will nlw.MSybS.5a11012145 Nl mill 7S conti g.l.. Dellvored" II. .
INVESTMENTComer ONLY I MIN Sown, downtown end It. u..". ._ It Interoilod cell rent ot III mo. 4M-3: ., lOIN D,. otter i. M. Call MI-MTtTom leylor, Say.lot .

M Unlv ly owner I IP. | bun HIS Norwood.Hope,.17"530'1_____ N. w. t IR, t balI. IISOOOI 1777141GE H.wIh.ol5
I tithe ATTP.ACTIVI o-btdroom I both en I A let Ptfrlo 1 Move. Pur.cnttt I. 1 ,". I bom 1131MIR MACHINE Do You HaveA
Irm WASHING
4 ... elrconditioning LOVELY HOME USED VACUUM CLIANERI
tis., contrll heeling TRULY 42 form tV Ac.
01"101 50411505rn. price III.Ml, 110) it mi., .... I rurnlihed' M C...,,,. |7S.N.
Por Mo
Oood comer loco.lien At Mtlero. Oerdtnt "'* ml tooth to good condition, m.
., V cent :MereltIM .
N. W. Hit II.... .... toward liehtp, icnool.LAP.CI HIM el On 4071 I*per nrd It loll Will or cemput on .... I IP. I btiM, 4'ARIS"oll"br"pdrMot ..' Krei MARY MOELLER. m1Alit KllLya _.. llaclCduaWlIlIlIOtUulO RoorrvApartment

WtUtlGlodvi lilon P.I I. Cenlecl owner callouS den tor Dad, veer ',0ulld ...... UM "down, Cell Mn" lilley, no- REALTOR CONDITIONK5SON. ond other* ,
PAMILV k/it the home. 4 Mlltlend, t4*.W. tort Priced rloht. Drive by :till ..1. Ilia or 171 idle sIll lilt w Unlverilly, A... brold W.slllllIl.ll5 ION 376-2585
Smith R.ollor bod....... I belht lemlly ......., .phone M '."a or PP. HIM. a a'oMs.POD PR 444.1POP.DVCI ITU .... Another ColdipolOM ,... IACItIFIC': Iii Pbon.n MUS.TANG or

mi W. unhremty A... children pleyreem Meutllully llrepltce lendKop-Inliving WOODROW SEAY SAL' SY OWNI 44 .... U.tu. I 5,. bamo A-C, 01110? 5S ITU 1121. Clll PR SMtwoon -"11 110115115 50w. 0011110?. w. House Rent?
room. MERRILL The Mnltr tullder I 1Ir. I:JO lit. d to
511110 ,1IICIt. Ill Impmm4 ... Minting p. 7 logoS sn.sws. Pull
FLORIDA PARK M paId.IXCSLLIIST hi. ,,,". 4 roomi slId. .balls, t ASSOCIATIS I... ALMOST MW Htlpolnt electric tin hey ....... ouhrer, orm t.finger

NIID ROOM Thon MO Will, 4 I*. norlhtoit locttlon, ....'".1 4 b.daOlII. 11'0 bills cm.loll1.0i LASSltERREALTY bern, itorege th.ll.r, .11 high uwoblo REALTOR ronge ""> ,,,0. Ixtre cleenCowtpot ....... tie. 17......
I Mth holes with .,.. ltd tojFt tIll I bedroom tleeplni porch =::..'i:: 1.1511. lend" Prked ot only 111.OM Wd W. U... ". ,m ""II.....'. ram Ilk. OOvVLINOI UPHOLITIRVChelrm REMEMBERA -
.....IIM ImdKopM I lot home prlctd to ..II wllh low down lIla LASS ocluld.. Ills. with MOM down. P11w). MeltMM FOUR ...... 114 per month I... MWI Uf. Clll 3> MI. low M M. No money
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IImlll SI A II'"
!tf S til fuclmlvo. ..I.h""..* .f..1 aId ImmodlllO OGCAPSIIl Clif IWO, ICIcOII y.Ch. ColIlabS.aIIey Acre term ell In Ithli grm Win et IW IW ltd Tirreco.Phono PRIWAV I).Ml ITO ell heeler otowik low M SI Mr monmPree A vacancyCOSTS
hoed. Call in >lli now to HO. cv.SLACK. : ,oMiIlwIl,5, ofld donrporl will II oc... In fob.cc.menl 1I10r- 3764827. w SI ut. .11 ',Ut'II' ".... AIM' oitlmenn, pickup Sod delivery

DUPLEX ACPII Tredlllontl" 1 be* 510. on luit o Mw It I, pm.......,. PR end 1.3129......... Collor 0tt- "0_ PINT py owner I IR, Incl. ebout tr 01Ii copper PubS .- teed. Phono.......3754155.WI All work |uoren YOU MORE

54..1, lac."". t I*. 1 balls ..* room. I belh home wllh living' lIla m.nf .llia $01115105 I. lID JUST OUTSIDI CITY LIMITS balls 110... In NW Mellon, Ul 174-MH allan e.
,,.... Kllclnri "" .1_. Prlctdright. room, Mperele dining room, ,- .exception! homo thol "loA. II I aOSAL IPKloul I I* I both home to.. S'A WOO ,d pamanao, 55111.1. Phono FR 22633. '61 ALLITATI It..'', 179) ouetnu W"HT TO Nov boll m0MO ulld
Ihown by Appt Cill ala.'all. >> lIp room wllh llrwrtece lovelymodern PUP .1 INs IIDUCID'A'CI turet lerge iwlmmlng pool, Cairo 100141, Ni4lway lilollI.y., lao bed I7U el" .... Sim VM rot,... ..... 5.C10lMslW Hithtr than the ad that
bull In kitchen. Cool,. Ol SUOM. Urge llvmi room modern. IIr Music. oorll.lI "" ,.. us I p I ........m.. lam 54.Oleimbu ...11..... III.... toe mod.. dk. ...... Incl.Mm _..: ... ,,_
kitchen, economlcel' Ill eitc.trie tJWO aown end HOfrm.ORDYCI .. II'. 5J .... 4JOt HW
WILSON'S EXCHANGE
CITY TAXES (tool.INIXPINIIVI. I bedroom houM 1ITW *, roc reck. 4 n IP ...., will rent It!
NO Altrictlvi .
on Lor.. room cm MUMd 4 AISOCIARIALTOH Hih T",_ Inquire liter 1:30:
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i power INCo
III 1 1. lit
will ImduipM let lullIVt UMi ....... .....1. .. Mil cherry Itreel Phone PR 44411.
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.Ide SPITS .lovoly I*. I tedreom JwmtIn II .'ud recrtillen room. -
Ono took from din. m. ,... It 4 chn. IM.
mlln Oelneivlllo. MO "IRAND NIW"loft
,A.', Mo'bor.in-L.w wing Lirge tot lad W. Uol.
wont H. eondlllon' toned 315.1234I
f ball Homo end. you'll good butlneu.NIV TAX III Termi ovolloMol Cell ut lor tool to tee thit attlrtblo 4> ..... For ftonl 14 ii M" mirror" UU iroup ol ..* end 411.1.. aNt, re.cllnero Here's what
Hut Lit witS "** Urop 1010. kMil Ion Sadly or 10 ACU' AIlacIIeo' los.. I,. teem ....... cnrl. drum top tit II reckon 112.11. your
M..... oloo. kltcliKi. C""'. hoot. '''PO"" Llll THAN Ills lit mIll Will lob, k merblo MM I..'. IW
1 but older'
bedroom 4 bedroom I itoryDome of 5117' "to 50.71011115 II dI.t.WILLIAMlIIRV" .
I
new ....
Almoil .
140. RIA LIITINO lUXNO.IAP.31INI
Corner lot UO: povor.w ef OU1ET cIownll" 5011.11 rm. PR 1-1123. COSTS
Nl Gllnetvlllo ONLY 511 sIMs rood Dry .. .
| a, ami HW IWl Avo. 05.4 I MM. ......lIf hietedond M woodl. II.IM' 55 51541. blim. fur. 6,0 oIl .pbIUP CINTtPjrlowtnerno vacancy
homo on |!MX wIlls SIJM DOWN. 171 on ocro wim terme. ,. .... ,Rd._:VMITFCLIARANCI
pow -. olr.endltloned SlOt down per nt .. WaNly mIld 3755171 -
Cell 45
Urge IN IM M In wlmbortylititn. LOV'LV' bad,... I balls maMs month Inet te>n I... I ...- PolIcy Dick ,Reunion"".,. ,II w.RALPH Unlv.ocrot halo.. 1131 P.M. wkdyt.NICI AntioiiolANTIQUINGMADE biLl YOU EVERY DAY

.111.1. kitchen wiltt.UNIVIP.IITY ry Pads "u.S .I.do, of .... IIIy room I both. In. food neighbor'hood. A... 7"259.. QUIET ROOM EASY Moving, ooon to now locotloimorked mtnyotock.
UNIVERSITYREALTY lb .
Lerge living room diningroom "' down to _
ACIIL New we* Lknll. Cenlrel In. .11.hMt with I. rio cIA etrlp tMn, big. com.fortoMo Too b.aulllul ..rss, .,...... Arm dote-In, otHtreet perking' MInIS eeneur-i Prevlnclel color, I Noerly Nw Pumlti, H4OBRATORI until It I is rented:
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lila rttlrldod oubdlvhlM ol ocro KraenoO'.... NaIl. tunknlimpool termed porth, Itrge baLly A.... for sIlly 5.D00.. 1001 44 onlenno turn, f R U5U.HI lien. kill now ot Olockl tla,... NW Ith A_ Phono FR e-4ctt.
eero beeutllvllylorriKOptd II Ind PI.LAKttl .
toll "..... 01'''''. Inilde loll IV lot. LISI THAN llt' oppt aMy, North of aelneevllle _, : w.... ::00. W. U.... A... DI.I LIT" TOADS
ado 7 ....... M>w. Ouhioe' city 171, Illoh' Mwlltul woodo for on IINOLI ROOM tor work.mg "...lfe, lII5 5011 A'S 1510111 WASHU" IP RENT: YOUR LOSSIS
liii H. 1.1.1. 55. P11 312-dalI llniil. ".. NO CITY TAXII. 000. SPLIT LIVII. Big living room, ly U.500 with ....m.. ALSO Itocrot mill. Weekly, mild tervlceiuie 05751,0. POOlZnSl. 11i.11- .
w. M. 1.1...... Snails? lemlly .room built.In kitchen t el ::50Ior ecre. ALSO of refrlgeretor. 411 Ml IndAvo. <( MIs! .. For Solo 5 OI9HWAIHIR1Trede PER DAY IS145p.rmo
UcLicallIlt'' Paml ,.. hllliUt lot.Chermlngl 4 :.. I : ;
M.M.PARRISH John Merrill bedroomt I IN on ocro OM per ocre, J7J-nil or ITWtll llr condltlonoret"
::;. liyIMc .. T. !. : hobo wllh iwillenttirml peer Mtdlcol' School ALSO : TWIN Huliyued 0-045. I2S 1 IJJ 5.your heve you: mmor
I... J'. ocm for o tot.l ef lass Avail. FRONT BEDROOM '
> ... completo Good poruwe typo- A-l HANDYMAN lOOP PR KSU1 ..
Realtor CALL sub" through J, w. Klrkpetrlck 'urn., wkltchen, prlvlleget fir writer $21, I emell radIos. II ... $Utpard.y
Agency. II N. Meln, PPl MX. werKIng leov 17}.Mil ... cooking' wIlls
Multiple Ltolln.Phone .. ITo-lIlt .1.... 1"VIIc"J:: :$ RANttl. lie.od. W POT me.HI ., tl.M Mf day
PR 5.1414AuocI.Mus 378-1521 20 Beautiful Acres H'U' PSIVATI pO5". ROOM.pllall I I TON. York Air Conditioner. The tietelled'' PRII with, our LP '
MODELSNow ASOOCIATI5. I"Co bill and .......,. w. loot uied. I ...... Cool woe. Mil OAS oil M ............ Id down, POT IM.IM .. II.H por Sly
H. Wayls thu'" H.I. Ooh.m Mercillt ".... Myrtle' Lniltor leellerWm. 10 Ml Out of oIly About I oc... tr Kt. Clll an."". Mi NW IM lor IIM until "'.,. PhiVMIII 120 1t1OII' $5? Iwo 150144).
CaIclyt Pl.l.y 14.'! W H. luckhennMiry (. <*lll) H'"I., A....,... woodland' ......I _.. trees 700 A... Propone, Archer Rd. PR *"10 per' nIL .. .... per Say
ii a I PirsI 1I.... 7.1 .3124310ACllPICl0Mse lush .. AlMClllOIM ft. hlgnwoy frontoge. Only ".001 -
Id
I ROOM I KIVITONI prelector. I tent electric ONI cowH bed till '
electric
CLEAN QUIET one
Open MUIT te epiymente 'M .__ I..I..Ill_II....- for quick' Mle Aef slow. Per builnottmen or upper clouttudont eye cemere end. floodlight, coblnet lowing mechlno, MO. ClllVeUlt M .... mo .. ..'6 Mr diy

ol "" Mr mi 1 55.PIa. Anglo Reel, f ittto Clete-ln DeHotI Int otter. PR "- 7'6. ovenlngi,
...... PIlola 31S-143'. 3102 MCKINNEYGREEN C' L. Anglo, IrokorO i iI 170 Mr mo. M.:H Mr day
PUSNIblID Slicks I fO.MICA top 11x10" Merdo .
ROOMS 17.
-, Northwest N' 11tb II. ..' SPLIT LlV.L 4404 N W.. )13th, Angle. It, Altering Ph 1744.17 I Ircmcall' LI32WINA5 For tiMe. .tool etc 0'vllie AutoSINGER SINGERSLANT.O.MATIC ill per 01* .. ..10 Mr doy
4 II J. J. PIlls lSi. basallIul _C.lI I 371 tIll Mile ttuDtntl l11l): Tol 5115.. WV5 lots lor lIps
slffi .*bmml'S P55b, DEATON Ode ecrtt North of town. llvoeblohouto -... WaIt $0. ispsrm 00 .... Mr diy
Estates rI'\: MMllor. Reiltor. PI fine lend priced new 51 MlM.' ...'.1.
a XII/II .'..n. 55ALT0i .blo-" ocrol-II oc... with t A...... 7 m. .,.. 40.5 sos'. Ml OPT 5... ..12. Mr Soy
br homo-M ama Slur now V.A. LARGE houie trtllerlor, rent on 1111115 wIlls act .11'.. Makes 505.
MASONS MANOItI N.E. AREA HOI.II..-.,. IC.. troctt I.... prlvete lot Ideel tor couple SLANT-NEEDLE 1.111.15. 155 a. _. bUIld rw Mr me. .. t) M Mr diy
c...... heiSt homes N. 1)tVMtllt C,. II. ComIs.S. 11.11 wall to sal TI".. .. I. I "halls MAIONAYHOM' MARY MOELLER. Clll for moro InlormitlonI7MJ7I. Nothing to buy .. llt-ieg.' eopll.oue .. "Ilona .... 'Of ,,"I. of $125. 5?

.",cte4 COllIi,. Cal sIlly Mooller SIaIIm. PadIlliad 513,110-.. REALTOR i. overcett, doll, mend, .... toko up, I5'wIs V por mo.Dui'l .. Iff Mr ..... ., UU Mr deyIIM
in N w tMinurFour 4-4475. Good IIn..I' Call "It 1-3617 1010 w. Av ....11 btlinct Jimmy Crop.by
Unlvonlty 14 N me or My
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TRAILER SPACE DeU OelnnvllU. lupIneie. >
wooo'oo' tcMAt ..... Ha:
looutlfully per Mr day
Tw. PR -* n of IT)
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....,.."'. INVEST IN OAIMISVILLII Ult.TOWN POP. PINT NATIONAL

City ......1'.11I.' ..,hI. 1 ,1I "' .W. ITlllllyd I m I bom. c.". 110.100. tIS TIlls 135 by 100 It. property JONSOlUIINfM 41 Coloroo! Property HI MONTHNowberry TrelMr P1111.UlWl5thy SEWING MACHINI CO, INC. SINGERAUTO CALL 378.1<411
luilt 1964. Srn.ll N. W lltll A... n) tar. Immeilllle ten Mlkdl' t lowing' MtcBlne ten.)
PII
.. OMOlimORtOM0 ..,. lucid for Por HI ptrtlculerl' cell "It. III Unlv. Ave.CT1151 ZIG ZAG
Dow .,"' MI;. MOVI IN TO PLACE YOUR
Quick Sold. MARYMOELLER Sow CCS I bedroom on. balL 51 OlHco-Detk Space l55ason1

P. K. YONGt AREA homo Low down peymonl. LocetHOMIS W .OUGHT I IRON perch or Mile hal mlcs, No alIasIlOlSllIS 5.5
Sall11w.a5 ...". II Tw. Choice Lorifrontlnt MoMlr I 5. 5. 1 SaIls homo t* ad 5.5. 21111 To'.. OR liNT 4505pT ., etllcKO furniture telling' btlew who'* ad, 'is-isO wIllS 51 crodll lalI $UN RENTAL
maNly 1.05141 .. 5,5 liSt on lInk Street cellent eomlltlon, ... McCOf '.11",". 0P110. 202t NW SIll II. Call 37" Mle. .... Itt I PC M for up pey. .* II .... or may Sal.
> of N.W. Jtt. .1.... < .... IliJ A on... l..l<- m..' .... torml lee d... 175-1210 1107 0? 372010.0PlC5 U>.It. Other reel btrtelm, .* ol I7C. Write Jimmy' Cnby ... WANT ADS

KM Meckl Mum ot N.W. 14m In lor ..penmen !scsi REALTOR el Toll W. It* It. Irwwn 'by 110111 .5011 S P A C I AV..ILA.LI- COX WAREHOUSE ..... Del. OelnonllKt. lu.
AMMO, ) ..'. POR SAl S tilt I. munit.mtan ;
Look. .t IheMt! Hal .po'n'm. 0. .'.... C..lro'' ho" 11 AC..
lien? 1 I 1Nd,....... II Ides It tMl .
Mr 50 C.II Liultor Rtolty
homo th.t w.uld .. f sadIuivasloseSt Wit W. Unlverilly Aes.PS VALUE Avo Smell down ....., GE 30" atC RANGE
ACCENT ON I7I-1UI .
STUBBS lncludtd 4-1411 or JTJTtUIECURITV T-V _... U: tingle. Hock l> a lswl'I.rmal,.. ii.. 04111 70 leifp-.Mwlni 14101,.
WALTER Llltlo.wood monthly Mymonto U? .
proporly W u tl
II hot the locitlon-rlgtit 1111
Nimbi 0.4llIpls LislIn, .IUILOINOII daublo 513 corn 'Ills Archer 5-Illl
Mini, ",.. AIM' hornet built lot ::: :
R I M
Auacl.l.OI. school 11 your W. Unlverilly Ave Pint Clad Jabs 115 1111 AOl.P05 43' Z1MMELL 01001 lhI.. w Cal'
Inc. Th... aol man more sue !. W. ",..II.. ,..,.. !C..,.. room kitchen combmotloneintrol wi'. Ib. IOnS p17111151. "IL"It OH_ Ipeco. Air cond. elevtor PILl It toft end lofty colon. ... top 3 electric" ......,. Ga.Ill' .
Ihirlli ... 1/1.... IbiS Only II4.JOI .111.. _.,.... Ills ha' 05 h..,, a 1110.5wIly .1.1. ,,1111_ I. c.,10 01001.ad ...
0,111tbOiIO Mrklng Jonr till trailer. .. M (W Brdit
1 ...".. .. Cen M PItA flnencM V.. .srolC like to witch the I... _. will $10, Lust.. 0s,, ol5.hia ,
JACK DI YOT. tllyeetIK iheuld ......11..'. Mtorg you buy LOTS Iau.la: $15. COIl "It 4.4105 A TV ettechmont 10 lull lit Ift.",_ .,. 'eO.ol.1I Pu' J7'
Phone "'-5J94 ,..1.,.,... Inker 4 f blthi, | cer ........ CIS, ciii PP. i.MI;. I I15 IIvo-uId 0-s 507115 ssc.m. S' P5123411. thing for you' Pa' to klttell, 111u'S C., 511110001115, $110501115'
ol bOOS it the prli.. Cat 71 ClMp.HSaSO..flohIll1NCHESTER
1W NW .m Ter UU down right inS. O'vllle Heerlm Aid, IM C.... .
I.
I I2S N.W. 1 Ith Strut 170.4125 54 'ull_. lontoll
"We trade houi.i" ouelillid buyer win PHI mono ASSOCIATES N, Moln' PP. e-OOH LATI model conlolo" TV oncell-
I72IJI1Advance Inp. Ifl.27 per "'.. teller Mycminf J. Pred GAIl JaIls lutlerwerthJ. ..I condition, workl pertoctly, AUTOMATIC
I MM Clll m Ml. too J. W. Devle H J. WllttnlrlMultiplt 41-1 COLORIO KINTALS' SMALL nr.renoute for rent. INOEP. round boboU oltltrlcportiblo oood buy et tit M Nl nth .22 nIb. wllft loops. I. yo.d coM.
..... I LltHng DAN BYRD Mulpptd' IP III leg Ave. Pneno PP. I-M4I $41 1541121.
m_..... ......,. oilIC "...
NOW RENTING 376-8268 .., N CALIIM Mol Cerbmi! .........
WIITWOOD Ia. 115,5 1 51,1 or tansy ttltctin. 4 Mvmontt, CA"U" A. Ptnlw ILP. I
b.lIi Col..I.I. Con',01 A-C. I'_. 17 hal Iiteie ".h.... OLGRID vitro modern I IR di. OA TOII 11 WAIIIHOUI ''." or $40 coin. Oeerge Lee 5.... complliei IIM. Alto elooIronic > I mm MeuMr ragiu' .In iport.eriied 'I
Sal SI ISIS NW 51,0 0. 511$ man pie. ....'_'.. low living lCd ....... COil Mm Merrill Keener. Sowing Mechlno! Co. Phono 17e Held Phono" "1>.11.I1.n itock M Phone. PR 4f -
lb. loll 405 p5711511. 312'IlS 7wAcm00 Of e'.d' iued dining' ..... modern kitchen with 311Idea.P0 4216.ALLIT..T.. .1. tin Room .5
with ittrocHvt honwlltl ton ttoroge Cl_'.. torrep.M
or ITHetlOCAIA IS.tergo,.. tile balM, ...... hoot LPAIS 10.001... II. ..111,0b.lidlwS. ili 511011 1..lIor ,..1.011 b W..... 72 Offlc. la.inpm.rt
Meek I IR. I HIlt, .. WILL EXCHANGE FOR or aId not weter he.... Iltlllot"L W. caM. A.. ",Ice on 51 hlldo IlL
ShowingTHIS open-Mem colling' penned .!.u Ills for mocnmei onepevod Mr mo Cell HerthtH Heynet 376.5579 OAK rllCKOP.Y, KINDLING, PINS I
.Ing temlly room wim fir Homo wltti bow equity kiOelneivllle. ot 141. MIN P5.354l or i. P.MMO5. PR INFANTI outometk owing N, AND COAL. VIRIPAX COPY MACMINI" Mgood
eiece I... ftnctevw beck yerd Cell weynoMeien Tsr. em 0111 15? aSAOkltOlalil 3? 47531. Teelor Toller moGUl.. Ut .... AIM Orenget, ,._,_ 1 Orepo.trull _,ot... _''I.... Meketup
bum.M kitchen.. 174-KM or 4M- or lot Jock_, ywt or 371OTI! STORE BLDG. FOR RENT bed II. Infeteet, *1. All cleen, Cell P-n I-H01 to kill doien good logiOle
WEEK lad 1\ onytlmo IrtieM TOW Deelty' Ill w U."'. Avo. Cell Prod etrlng.follow .. new. PR 04 71'. :- : ... !

315-4441 45 FurnlthoJ Apto.I it-74ii lie 4.Downtown 1 TIM CA" C.ca'Coui, 00001'SsaIl. 70 loifo 'Mirlne Iculp.IMI aaup aAlO0ll.IUtId..05a CsoIlpil(.rgt, illS tup*

I 4 ...-..... Moo-ell I* II (tool Ittat. Wonted 'UUTV 01100 "Olt L' .. .'. auloslalis COIIt eft.....,. ply of copy MPtr end chomlceli I 4
SHADOWLAWN IIOROOM PUPNIIHIBAPAP.TMINTI 10<" 100. All fixture. 11. basbl 140151. I4 IOITON WHALIP. AlFIBERGLASS Low-celt oper.llon Must M Mid

THE MONTEREY WANTED II to 101 5.10 Includtd.' Ihop lo reedy for p1.1101's, resko. 031. COIl 1133. sand. II H" 1.I.rvdo mo'S. Mu' knmMlitely" t. mike Mall forertercipectty
FAIN
ISTATIS Call 376-1502 11II.,..... ... Cell ., .
with without nouie. Within till per .ft. 1025 HI 11 To'. olip .11. I 61.1. 5.5 lacks II ( mecttme, PrMdemonitretlon.
,. 0 OLIVER or '. CIII 315577 W.,.. Mieon t-9 Imeit TewDetlty .-- ---- Sludod, 452.1071. loot
U mlill of G.'_" "P.OOM oltor con
njrnlehed ,
3 eot. Llv room
4 Bedroom ond 2 baths OPPIP.IN9Inalvlduol ? 0, wIIS 127 NW ll7iAyq, kit. IP., tile Mtn wtter njr.nlthed. _, tnytlmo. 3''''''''.,, BOAT teke It Contort W 0. Ibtrtole,

I Itylw Par VM CoMas only. no childrenor 56 Ivilnni ft.nitlM It Hunter ...Mu".., ....11.. Oelnetvlllo So,.. Phono 171-1411 i iUSID
of Colonial design you a Well ........ Itvlnf iowa 19 Our ., Town Property ...,.. Mey M MM ot II II Opp WANTED Archer UMIM lOYAL TVPEWSITII.'

v ....1It, mettrlil' 4 workA __lib__ II SEER A FOOD, 110111I 5.041.041 SPAN AMERICAN I month COMPLITILY RCDNDITIDH.a.
won't be able to resist lIlseakupa fUMe blOUSE. I ow11i w P.O-s.mth.... 4 IP. APT evelloMe Dec III' well .quly.od, low..... 11cm. 5.01.5.0 to Ilke lIP payslisIts.55505.1Mm old. motor, Holler end compltleokllncj 030PHONE
lend
community' you would be I ocrel fenced NW tIN Ter. Per ., 171-210.
,.. Cell 1100 mo. op.Mlntmont ted t ttockedi 12.501.01 Well equipment Toko up ptymentt .
p..udlollloII.. I sObs Neer Old Town. .. kilos .0 110.15 SaN _
tee ARCH CAMPIILL RIAI.TOP.hont
.
S (Cornor N I. Hit AVOHM aol 12th S"..., 0111.1, WOI' 011 H.W. 3101 Croll Cull. Wh !OI7, Call ""..11.NUl Hum ANVTIMISHELL. .......,,_ pal. "U 0.5 PR tvn.II Now CIlIOTMAS It IK'* lira to CARDS enteror YOU'

A... MM tin Olen Iprini .ktonoction. .. .5 WaS $1550.. ,1.1 _. IV.NIIUDI LIht.Twln I H" low
pIlls o' $0slllsd. losaotod
40 lu.I.... Piepertlet, CAMPUs I Ii duplM eperl.ment. '.. Old 11111. Iliad. lop cond.
1. Other homes priced from IM tun on loll otl mo. 1.1.".. couplet. 551." ollke. IM tin .....IIM it .
PP. HMO.New I GOODYUR SIIIYICI PASKIR0
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only' Not oulteklo tor pall PP.
TWO CORNERS P11. P15304.:
C-OI" Dffico
44411NICILV. STORES Oulfllll"
$79J4'er BUSINESS LOTS PT. Plywood, boot/Plborgleu 601 W. Unl.. Aut. m.fsIJuseo
Month IM NW t Ot h A.mul, 11 TIM. PUP.N IPPICIIMCy w. OIL CO. 721 N. MIII, II. PS 53031.bSlSVIIbO. balloon, a HP Ivlnrudo, meter TYPSWSITIO! I Lie.
trick Homes TV .._.. neer ihopplng onIs
nned HP I2HIJ: N. MaSs' ItnIt i .. 'Lle '
COON
Apply 4M NW loin AlL
IN, toned 11J. .
InStephtn w Klrkpelrtek Aloncy II N 374-ow? 3 I Wtdki company paid trainIng AIAL.. CALL

:0-,. HIGHLANDCOURTMANOR fetterHllfhtt MoM" PP. Me04I6APTS I II w-IaI.usl.d' balk ..,.eh. UllI.lumI 'In menogement, Mil - -
M.,1Id dAb" I. limb.. sos
SALEA.
FOR mo. 2021 NW tin SI. 111-1701 I III;. uniting: morchandii.Ing Pla.SERVICES
I ft 4 kedreenw, built-in h_ I. HARP FR4SV76BUSINESS deyt, 1/lNOI PMPUP.NIJHIO ovoilobl. to qualified
.. equipment, "'". hit, VA no
SumS ,.,.....1. >MA from VMCoplrol LOT NIWLY SICOSATSO'Affi Cab.I. j: DI""" '. Cam WIllis you
SSwW.W.5 hosing 01111. Ilulollo end _.1" wit. learn.-oxcillint opportun.
KIRKPATHICK FlIHSON ILM. 201110 lusI 1,5,11 StbW 001 (111141.11 _....... Call Slow' Sly to enter the Mrvlci .
lullden Ino. 1IA\I'I,; IU Is.) III ...., 1'/2022lS a. .7311..
1oc.11.. 11, tool block, tatlon bUll II.'". Contact
PHONII7M4TI 4.1111
N.w. ink Pim k slIm ItroMPIN ZOHII IA-I. Apa. S ..... In 1101 APT. POPj PJlor 5llT Mr Henry OeLooeh FR 2.

i Sold! Oftl. s .I 21,. IM ...t tlthTirr. COIl. VMMI HOUII or I747TH.McCOY'J DAILY. low Mock to o*tell NW.,1.laSh'". "A....lull. Priced per.tkulerl .4.1_. I 00011101,. mole P11015..sob P5 t.A; 1-0432::',,=I?"::"A: 5333 Home And Business

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MO. 117 ulldoxing Roof!**
.5 1MJ 5. Mlln II Pn JTMJJ1 Mlcenepv' .. ..., 44d S4IJ .
W M. Munrao,.1..".... ii W.ntotl I. $., SMALL buiwoier, I00dsr7"Inudla OWnp ""
Jiii> __ I ROOWI AND IATH POR 50. nil
MACOMAHOMES TIRIO dirt lime 5150*. Top C. L. HARREU.
COU LI. Ut Per me. MM Phono .
plus ullllllM. Clll. _..... WAN reD USeD OFFICe SAFE STl-TMt Controller
.slissPlIIi'5. siw.M eSI must TIllS IS MCIOIl. CALL fit 6-8269. for .11 your roofing need Ml, No
Mir MUM .
.Mrtmonl kvlUInf .. INC. ........... Sosrylhl,5 PamisIl.4. COINS WANTIO Mortgage IrokorMOR'.AOI :innUpholstery

AcIliabla N.. "'.. Cas. An .
Ul ) oltvordoiion.
one foreign
LAKESHORETOWERS THE 'JirriRSON"Chermlngly 7011111, Mb5lblII. 4114 lIly, ., proof ten end ItM MONIY
i hili 4,51575' eVt per cent kilorott. Term lo
4' Unl,rahko4 Apis.UNFU.I4iuIlrO IS yeirm,
UIII STAMP 11 COIN SHOP
Shy UPIIOI.l1l5 .
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outline.vonMncce
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1 ballISallil depia.l0lIl CIII Ilsasslash, 5.1001.. ColI Slop
11111 Sally Is 1111. wIlls Th. Powell I 51.15's lIS ...? moodS- Pan Byrd Ph. 374-3875 n.._ "It 115. 4* 0.1.

NOW ,LEASING sICily living.for irocloul Notice the contom well both, .... Hoot. orport Call 376.1466. (4 HoutehoM Gs.d.NITiliRt0I6"2USI4lTUI5. _. .!! T..

...t..1 hot, lull kriok .. PHA one convonllonol
0 I p 11 10 f) work Oreo wIlls THRU l.dowm"40pbo.. aol. ol loweet
1 leundry. kitchen hIS penlryItorego nXo w.. .. lot. 1114N : eurrem roue lemti 155. Garage Doors
Clad 0 llmott new Quual .b.c. MART, new open ler bullne.1I 0541.. Will .
SlaMs M fho ....... en .W. 14th PI. $14.000 II... II. lection, 4 mU" aSS. till 4. Men. WIll Th.... Pri.tnru lSlIIalIaO, Coil 141411 dIlsc,5, II In
r n4l.e ..._.. Then era IhrM bad.'I. J500 down, $...49 per 171 per me. M 701.... .... I 1111 t. Goof lino! olmerchendlM. J. w. ICln.AIIICK 1.01011.5, I_ 'UGI DOOI 'CIAlln

-: I .... with outilendtng cloutlecllltlM month.T.k. MM NW I A... Apt X Inert welk On Hwy 41 kl New.wISTlNOHOUII l5S.Maio 55. ..... PI 1.51 .. ::":. 4 nveiro. $ '"U en>
ptuo two lull ItloelMtht ... ourento to ....-. (I. kit. .50- .. trauOMlt COM .
ond 0 Mporlto drettlngorao ft ...... rm, MM 4 LI,. .'.. aIr a ALL ........ 12' .Plbm FRIO t. ARNOLD I AM. or onor "M. Any**.
kt .... irotter ....,.. M COM. Will ten. tamlture ,II .. 151.ally 112. 0ItII. SlAb IOR _tiiui. R, ec cat.JTMNWMIflAvei .
bee I formol II.... room sIlls yo.. ..... .. o or "11 5.515 PItA AID COMVIHIrONAXlt' _171-1001
o -... 41nbm. room Hut 'O..N,

lomNy all boeutllut room wiSh cherry' I 5.10111.5.Tha Nrveloco' ,0 oeoutlM...krkkKlnitbofry .... 47 H...... fee Ron ..... i sass 4 Olll weohlngcnino ._ CHIIT.ma' Auto Glass W Ut.IV AVI. PH. m..TPOROTCe TELEVISIONPKIUM :

"\," SkIM of the kouio nrRi.-n"T'tI-'li-: ; ';;;: > 4 .lowS CHAItlonol ,."_IS, Dec" 5.Jr0 Gb AOl Is 41lls.M. ". H. A. C_. 10.011
TAILl. U J lull PadS _....
with lit tunned two cer ... nlihed' -... yeerO, On pa, .. tmmeelcto ewe lotleni 5 ASKKII-... IPaC, men Mpor
ond pltlo will Jr' 0011. SloaN naIl-slsay bId tree pickup i slot TORS SlIm IK II WIllIS AMa
,. Iwo $9,000 to $30,000 mo. ITe-itV or anaIIM \ extvery Ado c50. I 11w. w",_, 5.55111
moke dengntful piece. toeell ;um-P iiHlii I 50 kilo 50l. 3'.17Uo Meirty 4 veuo to your cerMAUIOlNl .!! _.. ...'-JU.D_ 005000110041 t... w.s .

I.... .nIolt Pall .1 HW-It. TV '..1It.. leolo LAMPS Hi Si!. AUIO OHM! CO. Cli WOSIITYS .IO .
_OT II W, OIls it PO ittti Wa.
NW ITtfi PI. SOw wa.b50.Irna?. L.... .oqsIMs Mid.. mepto I end tenet 4 ce* Drinking .. 0.0.. 145
ii III per. me. PP $4114.P1111 fee fiblei t modem mehelony I T_..... WIlli A.ysis MaSLIC'150041C
.ct41a..O TAILES 372-Sly?. Auto Equipment ..._ .. OIl _..
Th. OamMRANCHO
No Money Downon usows and Pall.. ....., CRYSTAL door owN. wetor MOno
tOIUtFLATURISwhs115 GlAND "'-. 50014 'II... soar au5.'Il. T-A-4 APPIIANCUlOMeo leoi Sly end oo'oigoK mo, $ 55505(05705Solo.
lot H"DUII IC J"U'11 prove IV Slats .lei T v. itioso
your oe and etneeifc NW Hcolltn PIt en* Ouornlnlel loanS; M Moo yr
lesontlea ls.osAo.s a SadlIm1. I balNa. ".... letngmion from Mbuv 55I ..5aOgSIo"', 5..ip 5115 lor. Magrwua Sorlnat W.iov Ce 5.44. II 115 la.O Uulcsoslly
$ rs.l _..If.- .11,1011 55.00. ISA.SI. -..... 1.-i. 1,30 15 er jecko. Pectin Mthorlp.M __ 411.HM A., 5 SuwsIn 155105.11
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C..stil Al, Cud. IM_ ... 110.Sinols njrnlHieo. Voerhf kNHe. wmtKM MOVKI t Iu.III 1 Resnodaling
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Soono L.ak.u. Gaubags Dnap CloSe little 01 HoI'_ .,... MOIl_ P.5Preson 'iso 55 .00:0 'I ..e,
lidowalki 0* NW IllS PU ,,_ I 0.-- Iwo 541 oo Mobil. Home Repeirs
psv.d Psukl. A.... Lbhled Pa, 15" I'C 11"' Mm is ...
5 fl.mit.m.rPHONE $56.00 bIN .O.LII APPLIAIOCP co. S 00 YOU MHO. PnxkM. raom. _
Appraisal .
PUNNING TO SOILS01Lit I 41 H..... for lent U...... _.41' NW 5111 SoIls 511111. .rYKtHI. 0. .5s0 55 Powss p5 5505 COwm.lTI 110.... MOMIIIPAIOJ
tevorol now hornet, only" 5 .1a1 0 Ma'0IS Mq -. ,, IIP.VICI

376-4456 uo e'X' you m murruio foe Immeeloto ....,....,. TWO eedrtam ftowM Mlfum'iFedlee LOll'oao.I, maui_ TIl. Soo.MsIls I. AOWOL* Pa 5 101l O5mals, I -- All HMIlOi M _... P.mo llHCONSTRUCTION
,._ Otikerien or Joe *e o--'rt 555.50* Isad onw Ca,. C. 5.0* A't Mao __
APPOINTMENT do eootnxting your .... 0._ teto, Pus' PHeno Me- et d OM o An 555. I51415P1.4l0101l 'IA&. .- 370410. 0055 *01511 5.11. 51.51? 551..
FOR FWVATI rMW cuttom Kom.CollGoroldarV.O.. THE JAMES CO. 501Mm .,..31'S.URAI -_ PI. met 00. _...
I Non S-1e.1 NcCspDov.116.72O 1111.,. ant .... woonSiwing
? OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY tO I Woldo 14Pkino CLIAIS..I 554,0.15 DISCOUNT FAINTING
SALIS OFFICE III Kilo: I.. .. Pllyr y.d5.on
IT. V.I HWT. 44. NltiFRC'iOIIerf.6302 I71-2J1T nASis 5. 51555. .545515. PRICES Mechlltl RepeksCA&5.UIlS
nOU.W.Ilt11 1..1.. 171.'''' '. per me. n-mt
L W uruMrMll Mo fem FlU. EOTOMATEDanWE'*
__ ..II...... W rio: balla. ceiMrol olr lend overybooV. MAClISa 5455.OK. : Painting 1101510. 1LlIIQ. DOlo
Butler tiros. IUIIOIM onko LotoM ol I 11 ......... OaSar5. ....- 50. HENDRIX CO 515 w, unfconen lor IM Mot. M modorel ... slab 0) LOCAl ...IUOI('
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71 M...| M.......... II MMrc.clM a St...... IS Ayhimokiloi I let StletI If AIIIM'' let $041.IOvIRTTIIr1. IS A"...... II.. let $ II AnrmkilM !.. SuitmlMwn. -- -
,.., 4 S,.... c... .6-11 a Ip.... Con 16-'....,,* a. 550055 Cs,.
In.. 'UY AND DLNEWAND """ tt lUNDAPP 1110_",1.. : 4 D. "CTOP OLD' PS.Pe. '''' CUTLAII $ "'" ''MP"I A 10,55050W0r 2571. 4 0051. WILL" CWD TRUCK _,._ tor
0 d moAN In.- Cam I 1171 00. Con'ocI D H. Cow.rt. "1. 00.0011. .Ir. 02.01. bueNM ... Dee So... .
IItlory tit 01.10. UM.r 00'hrp 5l lrlnp. MaS rNN tun11/1. 5 50111 llOl 0005 0' 1..1 ALY310O1C7 A0 vw
:'. 1.1,1 IfNnun, >,a11 r 1.11' r. I.001,City, CNU7110111. Warr'Sh. Will' 51010W ell'' Wall WIN, !511010. .M M/rd ho"or c.n _Oft M in-tan. 001 11.111 001100311... Sul :i I 'IS COP.VITTI 1Nld Roy. am4tp ''''_. ion IK , 'l10M101RDA PP. HIM oltor S '.M. 11111 '1111 05*. IIoct 150w 1140 FORD 7" N. 111II Aw SyIl...._. _. J44 HP, II.DOS IPMO ml. I ItM W. VII. A*. >r call I* DAILY'
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MUSIC COat 14 AUTOMOSILI RlPAIRS CHIVROLIT IIot 0100 1505111 1151$ 511 5011'b too Mlko of PuWH' or ol bx Ceo*. M 4-iuM. l-ntl
N. 11N31 J7N11. I is oA 1 1 0 A110.5 CNI m- .1150100000115" .1111. IN5 COMET 5 .'. SIaN.7N 0111. tort Trollor .
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CMKISTMAN SPECIAL OlbwIn ..... """' cor ; Dar. ..tMo........4.. CUll....'. ,,on4tr 1575 01 4.3371.7 II 5.411401111110 Root*., nooior, wsw.CtoM. ovonlnojo. III, VOLKSWAGEN. ""Oft,. C'_ 17 10.,1.. W.ft'"
n 40M. Ml NWI7IK o1 .
41444. 115.7545 ofW 4PM. On 5. Il/nyorlsIIon M
WINTSP.IZIONOW (itit JI Ii."h ny
Pal Jr. owctrtt u lIor wII I II.. Apt II Mutt toll, M011 ....... ,
ono 6 NM
m our M 05004017 III 100101' 50w.7.1M. 6i 63 CORVE rrrs 3153145 "to 4 "M
won OIMOH mpllllor' AIM motor runo-vp tfpo I'I IH4 Cor 5000' 3755. Ph51. fll 3.011 CAST WA5010e3...U Pl'M
loll wrrylnf ..... Huf Hi eoraiond It"'W.J.lOwl.1 MOTOR CO. '" FORD '44 Golulo XL 300 wry I .Anurn.'r Wonio poymontt ComntrtlMo on ....r, OMW. 4 PM' -' S.S.t M W, 1111. A... 55 0155007 5115 onlImo Oft I b CPuoOW 5057110100 .....
..It., m.K. (lit. Htcortplow SM N, MAO. St. i low "" _. o_. COM, 1'. Stroicm tfiin ..... buriM'radio. HM "wUKK: .KVL..* (. T W., 1.0IW. AmrlkM._ | W005N- ,,: 55 J!
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INS NW lltn SIxtnn. I."tf ..II" I 121. bJ AT. WW .... '.. .
171 1400 poy. PIAT 101. <0 mim ptr lotion Oft I wonon flrot P4RIN VW IK* Si "I. VOIVOlorn IMO TRIUMPH * Mw 02r1s for MG' Sod Irlto rogulor licollont cnMlllo,. SHIor 1911 .0 UK II''t, ,,M CMw Ml MII4 4T.O olnor Wtro. 3 D05r 01110 -.... OM _lion. Int lllnvw ,
PIANO' I I ,..... ., tlt : ,: '
1 0190 Al Mono Sop Slo Sill I loclory 5-.1' :
ItOII ISO Mo'or C05.0NI10 t.,. Ont 'M SUICK ...CI..L. Door blot orlor VoUM.IH4 tiiorontoo. fntbwnor 011.0 M1M i P10 45100 uoo. JM NW in it PI used can Cell
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W011n11eO' upr11M Hop 000001 "'..._SIll. tollon WOOOM ,, I pftono 1171. M r.'.! e"h Arlo"' fQ 1 7' 'I
Good Gr Piold. ISSS -
Cold .7W111 PONTIAC -
Stoco 3511 MI0Os.1G 41 COMET t- Door 4040H 1155 10 Puiiy" owlppo4 ION CHIVY liipol. Convot'lWo-, I . W.
SPINET ORGAN 110501111 55 3145/0 100. 5MIIVasi12. IrIMsIMMitoY0M1
In" .1"-CoN. 00.4 5101 151151 II- 1 HW*
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MIOIKOIOP.IOI.iY I 6 IT. NM Or... 5.1.77.Eo11st 1"-
M dOWN 02ylnSnl MILLER SONS ovio WIMInfjtwtod. I
clod 5475 14541 .W
MUSIC co. 121'1. IodY Worn 111 100105 INN PI. *-)044.iS .
Galne.vlkO S1pplnl 010/51 AH. wot*. tubrontoot 1411
.71.1:1: I _SC NoWlorns P.J. I" WILIVS. RUNS OXXDO NICE
NEW AND USED PIANOS' PUNTING CAP. 471 PHONE = S
IS AitomobilM fw S.,.
Try uo bolero oro prlcoololl.you buy.OurpUnoo 3761372. 1 PUBLIC

Inluilvo 4Mtor lortoMuifc I'1p UM'LU Cr.N CtuttI" ".. t 44 PtYMOUTrl 44oor Mral1M"
54000/1 _no 01'S 011<11. HMlor, tow MISS, ..lroC
00500. dM050' "Rods. 0114111
,,'_ C.M.r I ANq "..... 1154 A 1.00.71. MI. ...$. 4U4. CoH '" MtSI onor PICKUPS & VANS
IfIU W, Vo'.. .... c_. ....loIn. 4 P.M.

at-IM _..... /
51 BUICK 1511 CH.VIIOL.T MIN.osl
WILL' I....'. lo roopomlbto' ponycholo 4-Boor Roll Nulhi IInIS E.cWIn/lly" e'.a.0MlL
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of lour oplmf or conoitoOral. _Gad_ ..._port..or..... HtJOMtPOSSIUION 5.400.
PAN UO poymonfi N *urUttor -
Swnol Plmoi roM kocK.1 -_--rMO tUICK.MM I .CALL 310.1011_ / ,
SOON im Wurllttor Orion wlttiOOUIHJ < lnt will M to lor y4.j I I
I motion bten w tnmooti -11.'. I
wo .... plor, lo mony IMPALA CONY. M .",.Int, ValUe Rated
tfocor f<.!'S PIANO CO. ..... / NOTICE! !
"ck 511111.
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LIIII.MS ClAUS or M.lwg 01 M..1e Inlth..
11.1 .. PAN .._ I C 4 lll4C OMim.bilo. : THAN ORDINARY NCK.UPS VAHS
,r.men" 'DVUT'SI IN THE 2COI NW Irk $(.
lid bald ""
PIANOS /
DON'T coal .. much It SERVICE IIIICTO"_ '
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from 'oetrle.... Hvt
.005.or "1210., ".."Order. Call_70 tor.II"d In.IOrAl011s. .. CRANE G.M.C. Truck C nNr


Hammond Organs"THE Sr.outs Fh. P O. Sod 131Llnnvlll5. I LINCOLN-MERCURY SAFE BUY 226 N.W. ltd Av : BRAND NEW =




"THE USED CARS THIS IS YOURINVITATION


Tll'.10'/A.n OF COMPARISON"Nlmmald" OrM. 516 S. MAIN ST.Mr. TO

Ml Tabs .....,.Orginl.... MMttion IM I
only or.' tnol nmr INg01lIS I IntMcy Mr H rt, Mr lirktrrh.nt 1965 CHEV'SREADY
tunlm TM MMWIWIH OI.IR COME SEE AND DRIVE !
to no proforonco 01 Clwrenol,. FR 2 3631OPIN
Scnooll' Homtt on. tno Pi 01.
.....,.. Proo kuoni for mo 50o'nMr EVENINGS
too WrIts or p31001 THE SENSIBLESPECTACULARS

Ernie Tartler, Rep.

Aton Music Co. I i .

11I1.W.lloroo 3,Avo.i,711011 tomiH., PIS.PI5010 .11045510.1M1yIll. M Tmp I GAINESVILLE'S TROPICAL PONTIAC THE NEW '65 RAMBLERAMERICANCLASSIC :: TO GO !MThey're .

QUALITY
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3 spooks,'d typo ytlomi A cningor ot Hi,, oeliOirr ULCtll I DEALER. i '
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Automotive I '61 CHEVROLET 5,1 995 AMBASSADOR Many



71 TRUCKS FOR SALI '63 FORD Va tOil pick up V8 radio, Convertibles 2.doors : More On the ROAD :

FLIP SALE 1002 '4 ISA Slob 000oCk .I .at s,. ntarlvntw $1495 4.doors. Station Wagons
11.110I 1111IS. /S0. ON1d1.01'S tires, excellent condition
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t'' 31700 0 50051 'OIl
Nl.I3ln SI. ...Mil PP.l ". ._
ft M Dtmonstratori ten pick 6sV8sShipments

'1'' POOLSCABLEMOTORS 04coost mirrors GMC. comptr up. h.ot.r.canopy west $] 595 Arriving I: UNIVERSITY :



DOOGI-DART TR'JCKS TropicalPontiac Weekly !I
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-I I RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.

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'M 4 dull olotMOM. !
o Iyl.. MoMor MISS I I I "Gainesville's Largest ''Volume Dealer"Ntw .
I 0011.150' 000,015150 SralsSlr0
S. Main St.
Hot $710.MELTON GMC Truck Center i 1132 .

MOTORS 220 N.W. 8th AVE. FR 2-25SI ; FR 2.8433 I I I Con FR 6.758116th Ave. Cr N. Main St. Used Con FR 6-7584

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: Was =275 $ Wes 5495 Wet ;99'4 W. $795 397

Now $242 Now 7 Now 242 New $497 Now





THESE REMAINING LJSEl) ( ARS SPECIALLY PRICKDIM RI\C





BANK RATES WI .1y'LJJ I.1:1 MONTH



'61 MORRIS '63 RAMBLER I. '61, PLYMOUTH '61 VOLKSWAGEN '63 FORD

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J .04*. kM.W Qoe., ....."' ..IC ......"' ...- ..4.0 rwojto psM......f4r,. ;*".. sU'r. Rwolio ...4) II.4)itr. G.L.Ie 500. %.I..r fc.r.t4), .1 ir. .1Pte.

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NOW W.s$595 $445 WA5' NOW $1645 NOW$1195 WA) ,'::1xi..LJ'1 was.SIS)| 5 ...- NOW 2250




WILL TAKE ANYTHING IN TRADE



'64 MG S9 CHEVROUT '61 RAM$LLR SI CHEVROLIT
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:, WAS NOW $695 WA.S $ SN0W NOW $3452.D..s.d. WAS NOW $695




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,i. NOBODY HAWES-POWERS MOTOR

... BEATS A John Hipp says, "We're Northcentral Florida's No. 1

; MORE FROM SMITTY SEZ: I Independent Dealer because WE SELL FOR' LESS!"

.. DEAL I


d AUTOMOBILES SHAW & KEETER"FORDTOWN" "W',. loaded M r ,

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month. Take a
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:- GAINESVILLEAUTO USED !
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1007 M. Mali SALES' St. loot below. Don't Forget To Drop In And Register For
,..... FR 2.611Northc..I 1964 FALCON
Flortdo'st
4-Door Dtluxt Station Wagon V-t tnglnt, Fordo-
'Ind.p.nd.nt Dial., I mac. Radio, Hu'.,, Air-Corditionlno, Pow. itterlng.'
._ Like',Ntw. YOUR FREE
FOR THE CORRECT 4-Door Wagon. RM| nice
TIME 52299.00 63 BUICK cor. *
FR 2.1411 Hootor. . . .. .. 1625

Courts.Of 4-Door- Power It..r.
Unlvtnity' Chtwtlrth. 1963 CHEVROLET 63 NEWPORT
Ing. powor brokoi ro.
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TURKEY
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MII" B.I) Air' 4-Door- V-8 PowtrGlidt Transmission, Powi, dio and heater automatic $| "jirranimiiiion.
Irtktl, Radio Haiti Shirp. .. . Now I/4J

BARKLEYMOTORS v-20 2-Door' Auto.
1899.00 63 VALIANT motic tronmitiion. Vz DOZEN 20 LB. TURKEYS to be given away
heater. Balance now
"IN' THI AUTO SAMIlARKLIY'S or warranty. . .'.. . $1395 Congratulation! to lost wctk'i turkey
THI NAMl"' winnm: Sat. 5:30 p.m. Nothing to buy No
1963 COMET
2201 N. M.I. St.
1100 '
M FX 2.4JTI 5.22 Sport Hardtop .- Radio, Htittr, Automatic Transmission '6-3 1 FIAT .Door. .". ". $995"Real Charlotte Deen Peter Moron obligation. Just drop in and register.
.. -I Solid, Whltt with Rid Vinyl. Norman Cole H. Momson
; You. do not have to be present to win.SPECIAL .
'62 CHEVROLET Super, Sport. 'rc'traniminion P. H. Hegger
COM LlT'. 1749.00 Itllrlnll.
AUTOMO.II."Pala' radio and
0.1115y UoM Cars heater. 18,000 ", il... i$1195
lilT Palest .

SOUTHUN ANY AUTO WN.RI 1963 FALCON I'I'Futu'l '62 RAMBLER ;t..r"Door"' ,WallO". power Power HOLIDAY DISCOUNTS

.101",, II..M.NrvIN.. II. Tron.mlliion.4-Door Whit.Stdln. 6-cylinder, Radio, Ht.,.", .t-i,pe.d broke.. V-8, automatic Irani- Si OQC
171-11" with matching .d trim. "million, radio and haator. . I w /J
during SALESMEN'S SALE
our
1449.00 Automatic
62 RAMBLER rr
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niiiion, radio and hoator. Nico.ranimiiiion .
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1965 I I '61 PLYMOUTH 2.5.H-yVr

EMB.Gs loon ca,. . . ,.. ,
: FORDS -- -
I 4-Door Wegons $" JOHNNIE
COLEMAN FOR THE SHARP.
,..1".,., T-.,'..., M.... 61 PLYMOUTH 121. Power st.er. \ SEE "LL" STANLEY FOR THE BEST PRICED EST ITALIAN IMPORT SINCE SOPHIA
: t..t., 011, .I.., Lt"|,. I' ng, power broke, radio and heater, outonatic -. '65 MUSTANG VS I IN TOWN! LOREN.
FtlrltHM, F.Iu..slSHAW, r i i transmission, $lAiOC8. 1961 FIAT Spydor Roaditor, 4-ipood, bieR.tick. .
: 10,000 Actual mile., 4 ,
peed sharp 01 a
b .v"_. air-conditioning. . . I U7 J 1 .............................._.........._. $2845. .'. ...,.."...."..". ,................... $1,195
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61 COMET

j KEETER T 500""2-Door,Hardtop Powtr Stttrlng V-8' Radio_ btre H.ottr nict., Crudortwmlttlon ." automatic tranimiiiion." hootor.. . .J/QC ,
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2099.00 I 61 RAMBLER tr, ,mi-I $

Phone FR 6-5371 ,aloe radio and hootor. . . .. / T J I SEE "LITTLE BILLY" TUTEN FOR THE SEE RAY "STOCK CAR" WOOD FOR THIS
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I CLEANEST '64 IMPALA IN TOWN! LIKE-NEW VW.,
1962 OLDSMOBILE '61 RAMBLER s D"?,.goas. Powerbroke Super Sport, bucket loots, air conditioning, Looks like now, now ti,.., Radio, Htofpowor -'
4.Door 88 Hardtop Pow.r Stttring' Pow. Brakes, ., oir-condiftoning, power steering, end brakes, like new $3,195 tr ............................._.,..........?....... $1,295
Automatic Transmission Factory Air-Condltlonlng Real utomotic tronimiiiion." . $1 095 ,
Cl..n
t '- AND LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS!
f Automatic tranimiiiion,
$1999.00 60 -BIRD radio end heat. .
I .r, power steering, power brakoi. $1195| 1 '57
58 Mercury
Plymouth
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FALCON 60 VALIANT motic tHl"m.II'OIl. "die _.. lug tnnr" ttnn."Ie rMI..L.....
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4Door. ..,. M. H CWIMI M1 IMr*
Fordom.tle H. Light Blut. radio and hootor,
: Pick your fovorito.Wo Ir-conditioning.. . . . $145 '
tune I
up 55 Chevrolet
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.. start wh...rkt ..l'to. .. 60 CADILLAC steering.power :Ness..41Mad. ..... in..loin: Iwt CWt. VI MlgniMk., 1988
(ii', In the ., .....
: On yw I brake radio and hoator VOMT ""r1. rMU lH
.. rt.,.1) 1961 FALCON4Door ir-conditioning. $1745

Laid..Iht......work ttwtrdtk Radio, Httttr, Standard Trtnvnluion. '60 ChryiUr ( 59 Ford
4.IniMCtlnf 2-Door $1488
h. ... '60 RAMBLER $495 MM Vwkir..... Mr. LMMtl. All>.
rytKI | I w Ct.. .-- MM rose i <"* G..1e 14'. Wtewattrr. i. '
Imh by luck. -- ialw lnt .Ior. Meant stoIo. rids.
M.ir..r4i.Nulrooh.
Has Rios pest.Maf : 1095
'63 VW $899.00I 60..FORD :.r. $395 MVWI II... KM.

hor..t. mlirkllt Clio", sane I '59 Studebaker $
i''erne 1960 FORD IMPERIAL"4.r."dtop. Pow. 499
: $1450 59 ",. powerbrakes L.A _. Mmmkil L heal- '61 Opol
-Door Country Salon 6-P__. V-8 I Fordonullc radio and heater, .r. ,. ,, .. $788
Radio Httttr Pow. Stttring Light Blut. $895 .M wSill dl4 .INNM
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55 CHEVROLET utomatic trojiimiiiion. .
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.1101' .M. 799.00 T Automatic trammiiiion I '62 Corvoir
$295 59 -BIRD radio end beater power I c_ Au__. -.... MM 1295 '62 Olds
roaring, power broke.. ;:... hits MN.M.. wise Sire ..... _
; 62 VW $1295 I tp.N / t/wHM AI CII"Ie 2295
M.... ..... ......klt.. I.t11Nnt 1960 ENG. FORD r-conditioning.. ShIP,. "Su H-.r' '-iMas.,lslraw4_ .--...

: pneiltwl. $1195 2-Ooor. New Palnr, Radio, Httltr Sp.ctal. CHEVRiEi : I '61 Cadillac
59 $545

,..... .M.63-VW.IN4 wala .. 399.00 : ,59'HILLMAN 4n"7'/01; cor.- $325 I I =-A-_.....L_.=Inr.-....-..111.11..a.-..=..... -.r:.$2 7 9 5 or_'.64__TR_. ._II 4 won_wta.. .__2495


63 VW$1395- 1957 MERCURY I '58 PLYMOUTH tSE:: "J;; ."' !

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$1895 $229.00 '51 DeSOTO 2.0.., pews;.brakoi.utomotM Power.

ROMEO trommniion" GAINESVILLE AUTO
62! ALFA $325 SALES
._ TDK cdllNK. rue and heater I
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$2195 1956 CHEVROLET Sill J. L SMITH. WILBUR SLIGH.

'61 all Air 2-Door Hmnop. V-'. Pow.rC:...., Radio, Httttf.xttn PAUL BARNETT SANDY COMMINS
VWCtMKIM.. and wtMtt. Clan
i K.mhl. 1-' GRANVILLE JONES.

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LUXURY MODELS New
59 CHRYSLER 11jF'ill
Hardtop coupe. Factory air-can-
clition In,. Power windows OIId'factory w y t
'63 CADILLAC S.dolt. toot.autonlc ...
ol-conditlonH. full power. tilt 'Y'" .. .. . $995 #'..+. .
steering wheel Newport IIlu.
Traded In 011 n.w'6S Cadillac Catalina
Priced for quick .. NADA 64 PONTIAC Hardtop

look How 4370.. $3895 .t..rinl S.don. Alr.conditionin and 'ower
IIrak. . 3095
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'61 CADILLAC factory '60 MERCURY reMhard.
11.conditloll.d, full !
power eu .
.. top "d.n. Factory aircondition.mentary
tronlc 'Y" Whit. with comp/ I
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wh t. and blue Interior.III" power steering end llrohl.ns
luttllli HP. Ilnle exhaust. self-ed- Local 47,000 on.'II.-ow"e'. .... ... ...$995
.$2595

59 BUICK top L.S.II coup.hard...1,.
CADILLAC flltt., conditloll II'. Power Itltrill'
60
Sedan factory olr.conditlonln. wood Outstanding buy. . .. .,$895 t.
fully .qulpp.d. Cadillac'l top I P; ewf
luxury tedon. Lilt new about$7. I
400. True "A In. p yM
mileage 30.0CO. . $2195 CHEVROLET pola Pt -
hardtop coup..Cream color.V-I.
.'owerglld. Power $1295 31
: '59 CADILLAC "s eatni it

i White blu. .ond. . . $1495 '55 CHEVROLET Under.

Stick portatlon.shift.Trani-. . $125 NOV.' 21 TO NOV. 25 Car Prices Reduced Every Day POur 'j

64 OLDSMOBILE C ....
tom Sports Coup. Factory olr. '61 FORD G.I.V-I. Automat.bucket S.don.. record-breaking soles this! year enable ui to offer you the finest selection of used cart aver teen
conditioning cruise control tran.i..ioll. CI..II. sound on our lot. Most of these selected trade-ins are one-owner and low mileage from owners who regularly
; $5.600.Ic
teat Listed for trod. in their cars. Every car carries a written guarantee.STOCK .
w Sold I tr end G. 25.000 serviced mile IIy.. $3995 s0.edu...a'... ... .$1295 r
5% GM"'C fillaneln,. 100%
warranty NO. Description Nov. 211 I Nov. 22 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Novo 25 .
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Hardtop. Factory olr-conditlon. T-88-A '62 Ford '.II.' .. 00. S t.: 4 ikllt, $))495f425' '13251250 $)1195
bucket(III,. Full power,. Wbite with rod .!.., ro"I <..*4 k. tf. __ .. __ .. J
seat Listed for S.2CO. COMPACTS
Sold and serviced by 143-A '58 Rambler '375M350 '295 225 '195/
16' G. 27.000 ", II... $3095 2.D ,\.
'63 FORD Door Feirlane Sedan 500 Fac-2. 160-A ;61 Mercury Wie;.:. ;.;:::...... M495 $1275 $1225 I195"

'62 OLDSMOBILE t8. tory matte olr.conditloll.d.tre"IIIIoII. White Whit Auo.with --- '.'. I } $
.an. Factory ol-conditiollilll. blue interior, 186-A 61 Chevrolet ihfft.. ..fJr225. .119S 1075 1050 995
cruise control, Outnondllll. .. 51795) 4 .. )
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window .power. $2295 Ml 95" '
203= 61 Corvair i :-A 95 1075 I 750 I695
'60 HILLMAN __" .. ''I
'59 BUICK EI.ctro SOdoll. .S.doll. MIIII$495 257 '63 Fiat 1100........ M150) $)1095 975 I 925 '895 I
Splrklill' II.W. Econo"y. .. .,. ,. -- "
Inow.whlt tutstanding" poillt.buy. A". .$995 23460 Vauxhall '625595 '525 '450 I $395 1

'4-Doo 62 ,MERCURY Sedan V.I. a.ello MCustom and:; 245 -- 762 Rambler; :41t1 11295 $1225 $1175--- $ ) M095
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62 CROWN IMPER- H..ter. Auto"otic trall.I..lon.tAL .04 .tt. .... f)25-j
Brilliant red with whit Attractive $1395 '63 : .... .. $2"065-1)99.5" SJ895
leather I.a'i. Factory bluo. 268 Ford .""."..'....ltI.' ..... ,.t...... .....,... 2195

Cruise 11"COllditlonlll'ADAoI' "Full'",power." STATION WAGONS 275' :A-. '56-Mercedes IIO.D 1095 -'995 $925 '850 $795
9.85 $2695
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'60 CHEVROLET w:d I 278 '62 Plymouth! $ t : $1425 '1395 ')1250 '_1175 '1095

Suo station WOJOII.,. '.cylinder. Radio Fiat ...... $495 245 I '
62 OLDSMOBILE and h.ot. Standard $995 i 286 59 1100 325 205 195
lir.conditf::. .hift. Reduced $100. _
88 Sedan.Factory -
OliO Illg. oWller.Power Sold windows and. ..and"iced I..t.by 2-D" 't.I 296 = '60 Volkswagen. .:- M4Ai. $1125MI295 '1095 $ o.l '925 '895
G. Outstand 62 FALCON I -
colld.tlon. $2395 6-cylinder.. Automatic time tron.mi wegan.ing 297 '62 Comet "D_. Ml) 95 ')1075 '1025 '995
lio. Blu. I _. I, ..
$1 195 --- -- -
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62 OLDSMOBILEH.d- I
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top re. Sodon.Very attractive Brilliant, white deluxe end In- '61 FALCON 2.DOI'ion wagon.Parlor. It.. i 330 '63 Alpine 2195) '2050 '1995 '1875 11795

Power $2095 6-cylinders with! It"eI.. $995 ,! .._ J t.r.ci.. (1. ..1 _
.t..PlIII. err Ihlft. Whito. I 336 760Volvo.s44. ........."'-4. M295 I M215M435) ) '1115 i i $1050 995

'60 OLDSMOBILE s: '60 FORD w;:: 8.R... 344 -_ '63 M. G.:::.- $1525f2395 '1350 I II25 $1295 Ml) 95"
dais. Factory 0IrcoIl4itlollilll. tlio end h..t. 'ut.otlc trans.STOO __I _
a i rows. outo"lc oy. mission. ..A. ....ry. .fine. . $795 I '
powerful.olld $1395 "Iu. ; 359. I 63 Ford =::::=. 2501 I .. 2125_ 2095_

.:. '60 FORD w.2-Door,.... .'..c"i..tl.".. :' 360-B t'62 Eng. Ford c..I. I ')295 ')1095'1 '1075 '1O25'995'
OLDSMOBILE den with .t.Mord
Factory olr- $395 shift.conditioning. $695'don. '
Entire Stock of Cars HURRY-Today.Tonitc
HOW IT' WORKS Clip. "isAd Make

57 OLDSMOBILE "61'10"DODGEr st"",",'Os.. Must Go Regardless_ Your Bid

top Coup.. $)150 V.ry OWNS?she. 4'.000". ...11... $) 195 I On the Spot 1. Pick out the car you wish t. pur- J. You con bid' on any car on the hutAppraisals
chose en day you select. Sign an along' with a signed order and
order with c deposit. deposit.
'61 CHRYSLER ::,:":rt '59 PLYMOUTH :;MFactory I Low Cost Terms L If no on i else bids on that cer be4.. .,.../. big Dutch Auction Is good Phone
v... ._tlc Wife fore the .day you select the cer will' for 5 days only, November 21-No
oir'CI"d// $ c Bring Your
tlonllll. Whit. )295 tra"."' ''..... $595 Along be yours, timber 25, Inclusive. fR 2.4373

I Save, Sore, SaveNow S. If someone else, bids on the car you
have selected on a date previous to .
CLOSED ON THE SABBATH- yours you will be given tho first opportunity I
of meeting the bid on the
FINANCING' car you have selected. YOU CANCAN
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ADILLAC OLDSMOBILE ON ALL BARe'NKTHELAUTEO MOTORS OF CAR THESE.ON ANY. .

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I Far Ahead of Other StatesEDITOR'S w n nesaoa. kd ie1l the SUN

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( NOTE This Is paled growth. Twelve additional fingertip, merely by a flip or If..nso: n :: .
the fifth in a series of articles channels for educational use the dial. ,
GENERAL HOSPITAL Sanchez, Branford.
education la Florida in Florida have been reserved. D Cecuaro
adult
M Dr. Harvey Meyer, dean or = oaloaYMVf I November If, 1M4<< DISCHARGED: :
Dr. Roger W. Axford, visiting These will be activated when
by the division of radio television BIRTHS Mr. Bruce Gibbs, Mrs. Patricia .
at and If educational institutions
associate professor In the Florida Institute for Continuing arlrr Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hutcblns Johnson and baby, Larry
Tlorlda State University.) are ready to take advantage of owes
DR. ROGER W. AXFORD this educational media. University Studies, says: noaroa .rune carrot I Ir.su Hawthorne a boy.ADMITTED. Brasington, Jr., Berma Watson,
By The possibilities for television .re : Bert S. Riley, Mrs. Jan Dur-
Written For Reserving UHF (ultra high- I
.The Associated Press frequency) channels Is Important as a medium for providing i [ ,Miss Mona Williams, M I 11 f, ranee, Karen Lundquigt, Mrs.

ST. PETERSBURG (AP-Ed-) Eventually all TV receivers adult education are almost limitless Linda Proctor, Miss Theretha' !Hazel Long and baby girl, Mrs.
sectional television ii on the shipped In Interstate com- as has already been successfully Murray, Mr. Melvin Anderson, Charlie Bell Hunter and baby
merce must be capable of receiving demonstrated. But, tel uaer.tu sn.wr Mrs. Edna Bronson, Paul Bry- girl, Mrs. Irene Davis M r a.
march In Florida. national all channels. evlslon depends upon the provision ant, Mrs. Linda Carlton, Mrs Mary Shuey, Mrs. Betty Tot
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Television Digest, of Thena Alllgood, Mr. Ivan Carr, bert and Mrs
boy
of the television Additional channels reserved quality course materIals "I baby Betty
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trade publication It this for education In Florida in- and of effective educational Jr., Mrs. Goldie Neal Mrs. Durden and baby boy, Mr.
Industry, puts talk other way: clude: Channel 14, Cocoa-Cape networks for the distribu- w n Dorothy Fulp, Mr. Kage, Ez- Sylvester Hughes, Mrs. Thomas
"Despite much by tion." Inn t.nra I sroCruer oar.Iwt all of Gainesville William
elaborate Kennedy; Channel IS, New zell ; Neff, Mrs. Elizabeth Ross,
about proposed
slates Dyess, Palatka; Mrs. Gall Hut- Sheble and
Mrs
ETV systems, Florida Is still Smyrna-Daytona Beach; Channel Universities are seeing their! Nancy baby
Channel 15, chins, Hawthorne. Bonnie girl,. Mrs. Marie Hammer and
Raton
the only state to achieve anything 45, Boca ; opportunity and responsibility.
like a real statewide net- Ocala; Channel 1(, Fort Myers: University of South Florida and baby boy, Mrs. Betty Vidal I I,

work with programs availableto Channel 17, Marianna; Channel Florida Atlantic University expect Likes New Mrs Margie Cooper, Mr. Thomas
significant numbers of major 17, Palatka;; Channel 21, Madison to have atatlons on the air Smith, Mrs. Dora Lovett,
areas." ; Channel 28, Leesburg; by the end of 1965. Both now Name Given Miss Linda Proctor. Myron
population Florida boasts sli ETV stations Channel 21, Bradenton; Channel have some on campus closed the Wade and Melvin Anderson.
Going to FSU Game?
more than any other 31, Fort Pierce: ; Channel 33, circuit programs which can be Plan POLICE, FIRE REPORT
Bd.
state, and a seventh Is about to Lake City.Channels. expanded into open broadcast- By _Accident Roundup ,
the air.MidFlorida. reserved earlier Include ng. Involved in accidents reported

go on ETV Inc., a nonprofit : ETV Channel 21, Pensa-I Combining TV and home- Here's Some Now that he thought about it, by the Gainesville Police
corporation whose direc- cola Channel 24, Orlando; study, traditionally known as Parking TipsTALLAHASSEE I the man told the City- Plan Department and the Alachua

tors are mostly county school officials Channel 15, West Palm Beach; correspondence study, Is the Board, be rather liked his new County Sheriff's Office duringthe .
24<< hours
past were:
foresees 350,000 studentsreceiving Channel 30, Panama City. 'new emphasis. This conserves -Motorists More than name
150 officers from couraged to walk to 'the s t a- Luther Thomas Jr., Rlland
Instruction In the Dade County's Channel 2 the time of Instructor and should When Thursday night's
the get an early start to the eight law enforcement agenda
dlum.
agencies Many plan to leave ear Robert D. Fewox, 3301 SW
classroom over Orlando'sWMFETV. boasts the distinction of beingFlorida's student The student reached a reaming
workat Florida Florida request
can State
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will
game be
hand
on to handle 'Point Road at 707a
help ly. Stadium admission gates Rocky :
oldest ETV station, home I by Jim Touchfinder, 11
view do a
lectures
assignments Saturday and officials orney
suggest the
Closed circuit and translators and Dade's school board was [ and send them In. that trafficflow. Cooperating will open at 10 a,m, Saturday. Jim Tomlinson approached the .m. today in the 500 block of
schools the to apply today they park on the agencies Include the Gainesville So will the Booster parking lot, board. SE 4th Ave.
would pipe programs to the first In country Periodically, the Instructor
from Cape Kennedy to the east, to the Federal Communications meet with groups face to face.can main walk FS'J from campus, a few minutes Stadium City Police Department, the'! which must be approached by "I think I am Jim I Touch- James C. Snyder, Tampa and,
Campbell University of Florida Police i a light pole at 2:IS a.m. today
to:Daytona Beach to the north, Commission for an ETV license. Stadium Drive from Call Streetat finder" he began hesitantly.
and Vero Beach south. That was In 1949. Dade now has "History of western clvillza- ,' Department, the City of Talla- the University School Several members of the plan at NW 1st Ave. and Commerce -,
Stan Witwer, until recently a i second ETV station on the lon" can be taken for three The stadium has some 3,000' hassee Police Department, Con- Security Office officials said ning staff looked at each other St.Janatte.

chairman of the Florida Educational air, Channel 17, used for In- hours credit now, in conjunctionwith parking spaces but these will be servation Department, Leon today that a first aid station and squirmed."We Avery, Valdosta, Ga..
Television Commission, school instruction. an FSU correspondence under the heaviest pressure in County Sheriffs Department, has been .et up at the South uh, had a little trouble (single car), at 11:05: a.m.
reports a tentative ETV budget Channel 2 sees Its role as course. But we have only' history since Saturday's fame' Florida Highway Patrol, the end of the West stand. with one signature," one explained Thursday at N..Waldo. Road

qf $1,445,000 In capital outlay adult education, as do some scratched the surface. I will draw a sellout crowd of 42; Florida Highway Patrol Auxiliary In addition to the heaviest I passing the rezon I n I and 39th Ave.
funds for 196S-S7. other stations. Their program The University of Wisconsin 500 to the newly expanded sta-: and the FSU Security De- automobile traffic ever, officials request to Chairman Arnold William W. Box, Jacksonville,
'. ballet was liven $383,000 by the Carnegie lum. and a parked car, at 2:14<< a.m.
This anticipates doubling the ming includes opera, concerts i partment.. expect 50 special buses Butt
size of the state's ETV network symphonies, public affairs Foundation to experiment There Is an extensive parking, i FSU students have been en- and three trains. "The e r r 0 r'la understandable today at NW 10th Ter. and 16th
In five years. news background, scientific with combining TV, correspondence .I area north of Tully Gymnasium ," Butt nodded after lookIng Ave.
Glenn Marshall Jr. of Jacksonville reports, and youth enrichment study, programmed In- and nearby at the circus lot but at the signature

Is now chairman of the structlon, residential 1 conferences -' Florida FSU alumni going to U. S. Spics-in-thc-Sky I Tomlinson, alias Touchfinder,
commission which states as Its All this Is in addition to the and telephone lectures to the barbecue at 11 a.m. are being assured the members he was

responsibilities': formal Instruction provided by mall groups asked to use these parking not displeased about the mis

.. :1. Providing facilities for netWork the stations, much of which The four-year experiment will areas and they're likely to be Fly Over China Viet Nam I take. Sf
service. comes from the National Educational -help people study at home, so well filled. "I think I like it better," he

iJ,-The origination and transmission Television Center, a the expense of instruction "on- That leaves about 500 O Near lark ffllmri vanes In electronics and missile I added "I believe I'll change my'
of level Instruct network of than 80 stations campus "
r.' college more ampus" may be a saving bothto name. I'
parking west of Woodward By HANSON W. BALDWIN guidance systems have
tion. This Includes both contractual with 200 affiliates expected the student and the taxpayer. spaces fostered the development o f
Ave and north of Cal
agreements with non- by 1970. NEW YORK Reconnaissance into\ claim senlci
.... jlate owned educational teleVision What does all this mean to Wisconsin showed there areas Street and 700 parking spaces drones launched by Air drone aircraft that appear to ModernShoe I largest nitlonil'
who be almost like piloted craft In
many people off-campus
stations and cooperative you and me, Mr and Mrs scattered over the camp I Force craft are one of many claims
their network
want education those
arrangements with publiclyowned I Floridian? It means that numerous an as on- east of Woodward. means of gathering mllita r y maneuverability. Repair Shop
ETV stations. opportunities for continuous campus. I Officials are asking that fans Intelligence about Communl t Inertial guidance s y s t ems, Heels Contact mi today!
I r. The commission has antlcl- education will be at our How do we provide the opportunity when possible double up and China. which can be preset for any Attached

? come to the game in neighborhood The drones carry automatic desired course and a I 111 tude, 5 Mins.
Florida has the answer-eduational stellar navigation systems or
car pools..
cameras, infrared
sensors,
Weather TV. So far as parking facilities at electronic monitors and radar. radio controlled g u 1 d a nee Soles Attached 1117H.L: ,I
Wintry act the electronic-
systems as
I the stadium are concerned, They are supplemented by pI- mechanical\ "brain" directing 15 Mins.At I
SalvationArmy these win open at 1:30: a.m. Saturday loted high altitude reconnaissance the
plane.
with police officers In at- nights and by Two Locations
Is Sweeping North tendance. Officers also will supervise coast watchers, agents and, Information in Saigon indicated 1 1620 W. Univ. Ave. I
BoardIs the three main traffic possibly, patrols on thell'Ound.South ., that drones being used Carolyn Plats
arteries leading into the s t a China and North Viet for reconnaissance from South FR 6-0315 and Ralph Turlingtonp
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and more snow was expected in 'dlum. These routes are Pensa Nam have been Intensively Viet Nam were launched from I IITATC'A.

.Wintry weather, snow, cold areas through the Midwest to Named !cola Street, Galnes Street and surveyed In recent weeks to the Lockheed C 130 Hercules. 101 N. Main St. esree

I sds and wind, swept across the the Appalachians.Dry Stadium Drive by way of Cal provide Washington and Saigon This remarkable plane, which Opp fat Nat'l Bank .. Mw w.trre .

the Midwest Northeast today, definitely and headed endingan Into but chilly weather prevailed Advisory board members forte Street. with forewarning of any has become the workhorse of FR 6-5211 Allah. .... .. J
both strategic and tactical
L
scale kiss laats ttYaipl4irY
of Indian from Texas Into the Pacific Gainesville Salvation Army large Chinese intervention =
extra long period
In troops transport, can lift amax ...
Coast states while warm, Corps were announced this support of the VietCong I -----
i.. I mmer. showery weather was reportedIn week. Rodriqucz guerrillas In South Viet I m u m of about 35,000

_'Winter'. preview, a month the South Atlantic states. The newly elected officers I Nam. pounds of useful cargo. Attention Livestock Producers!
before the official start of the are Harry Edwards, chairman; To Speak Here Drone, or unpUoted, aircraft I One version of the C-130 was I
season's three-month stand, followed Storms hit areas from Arkansas -Pierre Vidal, vice I chairman; have been used for military modified some years ago as a 'I'I

a rash of stormy weather into Ohio Thursday, bringing A. Z. Adkins Jr., secretary; and Francisco Rodrlquez, Tampa ., and experimental pus'poses drone and missile lunch n d H yes have "... .. cittlt
to
|I' ut the form of rain, sleet, mow, rain across much of the Earl Hardee, treasurer. attorney, will speak to the UnlarlanUniversiallst for more than a quar- control ship, capable at that Mil ....
III Hi. foes. ....
South. Small tornadoes were M .|
ter of
tornadoes and gusty winds. New board members who will Fellowshipon a century. time of carrying and launchIng
f The precipitation, Includingthe reported In parts of southern take office Jan. 1 are Dr. E Sunday at 11 a.m., on the Since the spectacular German four Ryan Flrtbee Q 2C (.Mitt ewe .. she horn it .

season's first general snow. Texas, northwest Mississippiand Ruffin Jones, Pierre Vidal, topic "Civil Rights: Looking V 1, or winged missile Target Drones, which weigh Coding Sae'... Ce...,..
storm In most of the Midwest, southeast Louisiana Harry Edwards, Rupert Ziegler Ahead" In World War II, a d- about 1,500 pounds apiece. I''.. thm ... ..,.,.viiity to

alleviated drought conditions In No Injuries were reported but and E. A. Bethel Jr. all three- The meeting will be at 1024 her r.ur IIftIfec'.

some areas in the Midwest and heavy property damage was year terms; Pierre Bejano and NW 10th Ave.More IT ISN'T GOSSIPYOU .

East. But officials said more caused by twisters which struck Rev. Robert Temple, two. COPELAND
OFFERS
moisture was needed to end au- south of Clarksdala and Lambert year terms; and Duane T. Pecans !I CAN GET A YOU

tunui's longest dry spell, the Miss. Rain caused flood- foutx, one-year term. Next year If your trttt are I I 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
,. worst in history in some states togs in some parts of Texas. Other advisory board memters sprayed for Spanish Man newt

| A storm out of Canada caused Two persons were drowned.The are Joe Crevasse, Rev C.II FRanklin. 6.2661 for fr.eestimate PAYDAYLOAN 1. Cesh market every ..,.

near-bllaard conditions In parts snow covered areas in the U. S. Gordon, A. Z. Adkins Jr. FLORIDA HIT CONTROL I 2. Net commission.J. .
oT: the Dakotas today. Visibilitywas Midwest with a one-to two-Inch Earl Hardee, Rev. Ralph Paige CHIMICAL CO. I
cut In some areas to less blanket from east-central Missouri Art Holmes and Tom Mitchell. Special consideration given te meat type hog*.

than a mile In blowing snow. across Illinois and north- from 4. Can furnish hauling/ for sufficient quantities/

Temperatures edged to near ern Indiana to Michigan. The

'_ Mro'The mercury dropped to the west snow Arkansas.In fell as far. south as north- CAMELLIASOur 525 to 5600 CALL COLLECT 462-1011


lowest marks of the season In the drought-stricken Northeast Specialty t tvarieties And It's Confidential w
most of the north-central region snow fell In northern New and sizes In bloom now!. S CLAUDI PHILLIPS PRESTON FOLK
and the Weather Bureau said York, particularly In the SL from
NORMAN
colder weather appeared on the Lawrence Valley, with amounts ALL TYPES OF NURSERY STOCK VIECH

way from Canada. Readings of up to four Inches. The season's ATREASONAILirRICESlLatchstring Marion
near 20 below appeared in pros heaviest snow followed rain Finance (o. CopelandSAUSAGI

pect tonight In North Dakota over the entire state. The state's Nursery

and northern Minnesota. woodlands, closed because of M.Iroro Flo. (Highway 261 Phone 47S-I47) Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks
Cold-wave warnings were the drought were to be reopened Vititon Always W.lcam.1 t COMPANY ALACHUA.
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