Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
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issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00230
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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CHICAGO (AP)-A federal 1964; nine cents will be paid = as
judge laid Saturday be will rule next Jan. 1, and the third nine "to J
Sunday on a railroad requestfor cents win be paid starting Jan. A Nation Remembers How = the-
a restraining order barringa 1, 1966. = ICe I IIhe
strike against the nation's The contracts also can for I
railroads at I a.m.local( time) four weeks vacation after 20

Monday. years of service, an eighth paid In''
/Judge Joseph Sam Perry of holiday, and $2,000 insurance for -.:. !
U.s. District Court heard arguments retired workers. seen
from railroad and union Average pay of workers covered The
attorneys for three hours Satur- by the eight unions ranges Impossible HappenedA
then between $2.51 and $2(3 an hour.
day, set a further hearing
The first five unions to settle
for 10 a.m. Sunday. .
are commonly nonoperat
"As long as negotiations
are ing unions and the other six art
In progress, I do not want to
termed shop craft unions. How-
make a decision that might givean of work of the
ever, none the 11 Services to HailKennedy
advantage or a disadvantageto unions la directly Involved In the A WEEKEND IN THE UNITED STATES

one tide or the other," Judge operation of railroad trains. .

Perry said. The five nonoperating unions OF AMERICA . 1963
The railroad, In asking for had not threatened a strike. The Memory J
the restraining order, told sit shop craft unions had set 6 :
Judge Perry the union was ask a.m. local time Monday for the ., .,
ing for something not enteredin start of a strike unless their demands ;; ,.
NEW YORK (AP) Th.memol'J ard Cardinal Cubing will offer ... I
the original contract de- for 41 cents an hour and
'of President John F, a commemorative Mass In the
mands during the bargaining. other benfits were met. They Kennedy will be kept fresh with Cathedral of the Holy Cross :
had termed the 27 cents recommendation -'
The nonoperatlng unions and
prayers and memorial serviceson
representatives of the carriers Inadequate. flnt Cardinal dishing performedthe
Sunday anniversaryof
A strike would tie 187 railroads
had been negotiating the con- up his assassination. marriage ceremony for i
tracts for IS months. and terminal switching The Sabbath date give a particularly Kennedy and Jacqueline Bou-

Earlier Saturday, eight of the companies.of the nation's They handle rail traffic.90 per solemn not to the oc-- vier at Newport, R.I.. on Sept.
11 nonoperating unions came to cent Settlements Saturday Involved canton, which will be observed 12, 1 1953; give the Invocation at
agreement on a new three-year the presidential Inaugural In
the clerks, maintenance of at home and abroad.
contract that closely followedthe telegraphers, hotel and A solemn Mass will be said January, 1900, and presided at I
the funeral M
recommendations of a presidential restaurant employes, signalmen for Kennedy In Washington's St. Mass.

emergency board near Boilermakers and blacksmiths Matthews Cathedral, where This week was observed I
ly two years ago. carmen, and firemen leaders of the world gatheredfor throughout Massachusetts as
The eight unions agreed to and oilers.. his funeral last Nov. 25. "John P, Kennedy Memorial i
terms that provide that the Negotiations with the machinists The Mass will be conductedby Week" by proclamation of Cov.
more than 367,000 workers under electrical workers, and the Rt. Rev. John K. Cart- Endicott Peabody,
their Jurisdiction will get a aheetmetal workers continued. wright, the rector, who was one
i cents an hour wage raise Those three unions representsome of the clergymen officiating! at At the Vatican, sources said
"'er three years. Nine cents .ollO workers. .the funeral. Pope Paul I VI probably would !
ill be retroactive to Jan. 1, The talks, held Irregularly At Kennedy's grave on grasy pray for Kennedy at his dally j jI

: slope of Arlington National Mass In private audience.

Cemetery, 21 wreaths will be Members of the American f

Congolese Rebels 'C laid, one by a group from St. community In Rome will attend II I II
Margaret' Church of the a Mass for Kennedy In Santa
Bronx. N. Y., where Kennedy Susanna American
:bustle Hostages I ; 'I, t lived as a boy Catholic church, or i special
t In Dallas, Tex.,' where the Kennedy remembrance serviceIn
assassin's bullet struck Kennedy i
St. Paul's, American Protestant
From Stanleyville down, Mayor Erik Jonsson Episcopal church.
: asked clergymen to rememberthe
Sunday U election day In Italy
., late president In their ser ,

LFOPOLDVILLE. THE Con- again started atiecks: and "the F ;:! II I- Ij J JI mona. observance and no IIllalllallan for Kennedy memorial was II
I ( Jonsson said that, because the
a. (AP) The rebel regime patience of (the people has Its planned.The II
anniversary falls on a Sunday,
"rday threatened death to limits." West Berlin
I iii government
he considered It
S. and Belgian hostages and inappropriate
moved them out of Stanleyville, Radio Stinlcyville said each I I to hold a public memorial ceremony will observe the death with a I
American and Belgian would be lie said he thought It memorlil service Saturday at I "
apparently a lightning
put under surveillance of three more sensible lor each Dallas the clty'i Congress Hall. Mayor .
swoop the by arrival Belgian of the paratroopersor onrushing members of the rebel movement resident to find his own way of Heinrich Alberts, who also Is a ,
1 1'ii't-'ii't J 'I Protestant minister, will\ speak. I
Congolese army moving 'up ]n the event of the jl remembering In the privacy of t
from the south.Stanleyville "slightest attack" on Stan! wjs Ms church.A The Jewish Theological Seminary II
balked at sending leyville, the Americans and Bel- Kennedy memorial service of America said It would i
lions would disappear the! radio ". John
a representative to Kenya to I will be held Sunday at the University present tribute to Flta- ;
discuss the fate of the hostages, of Texas, In Austin, with gerald Kennedy" on the "Eter
60 of them Americans, with U.S. As the crow flies, the white- Chancellor Harry Ransom nal Light Radio" program Sunday I. J,
and African officials. Instead, a led Congolese army was almost speeklna- at 12:30: p.m. (EST) on the
Stanley-villa/ broadcast warned half way to Stanleyville from Its 'In Boston'where' Kennedy National' .Broadcasting Co, net' JI JI
that harm would befall the U.S. base al Klndu after sweeping began his political career, Richhoiv ,- work. JI
and Belgian civilians unless across the Lowa River last ma- The program, originating In
"the American and Belgian military jor obstacle between It and the Commission New York, win dramatize world I
'! aid to the Leopoldvllle city, said a field dispatch.A Ltocs Town React reaction to the tragedy, end Include
government Is halted," Belgian paratroop unit was'on Won't Meet a excerpts from Kennedy's I
A message In the name of Britain's Ascension Island, t lathe speeches and poetry and essays I
Chrlstophe Gbenye, leftist leader South Atlantic six hours This Tuesday written U tribute. I
of the Stanleyville uprising In flying time from Stanleyville, When the President Dies? The New York City chapter ef I
the northeast Congo, said the ready to fly to the rescue of the The Alachua County Commission the American Guild of Organist
Americans and Belgians had hostages! ordered. win not meet Tuesday, G. said November concert >Sunday I i'I
M. Davis, chairman, announc- Agonizing decisions faced with the University of .Miami, key people Because of lia ePrnldent' will take the form ef e II
ed.The some Gainesville people the In the Orange Bowl. great Interest In memorial to the late president.The l. M
e o mmtaton normally day the President died. "In the tenseness of the situation athletics we decided the game glee club ef Franklin A 1
Good meets it 2.30 pm. each Tuesday Do you cancel a school mr we considered this would not In any way skew Marshall College" of Lancaster, I
Morning In the county courthouse. deal production that nigh matter" very seriously," President .. disrespect." Pa., will participate.Also .
The Farm City Week tour call off t football game U J. Wayne Bells retslM' \ In the New York metre-
Before the curtain
Around and About the News Is scheduled Tuesday, startingat following day and a Christmas of his and Miami Chancellor went upon polltan area, Nassau Communt
: parade the after the funeral J. F, V, "Finlan's Rainbow" at 1
J p.m. at the State Farm day Pearson's decision t ty College In Garden City, ".Y..
Bureau Building, and the five ? 'The last thing We wanted Gainesville High School, Mrs. Is conducting a memorial program
Wkat I Is Keaaedy's place county commissioners plan to The University of Florida was disrespect, so we discussed Catherine Murphree.1Ip.1ne4; director Friday at a bandstand ra
to Ustory Other Calaeat go with the tour. had a football .game scheduled the matter with several of the play, that the college: parade ground. 1i
via reacttoa Page 2A. ., Farm City Week, startinglast the show would go on becausethe : The ilL Jowph Catholic

Editorial coraneal ea toe Friday, Is to help city the President was I patron of church In "!Pm. Ore., will have
II' assassination's Ont auntvenary and farm people get aoouslnt- arts. Its first ID-English: high Mass asa
S M page IA. w ed with the research! pork that FSU ABUSES ALUEHT, Ton The parade, tine, went e I memorial. to Kennedy 1
Gainesville Garde. Club An overflow crowd la 1
Into The expected
? goes ajr'culture! tour schedule.:
i: members view a districtJudges win visit agricultural facilities Albert the Alligator University of Florida mascot, was seeing al s memorial Mast that will 1
t. CMMO Dower) pee- at the University of Florida. red yesterday, but not Just because the 'Gal<<. lost to. Florida "We couldn't disappoint the be attended by Americans ef 1
Yuletide flower ..... See State University Saturday children, and the parade wee Irish descent: at 81. Edward's '

.. Pfctart Page 1C. Legion 'Names Albert sulking In his campus pen alter FSU officials asked for them" Mid Mr,. Myrtle church In San Francisco.: The

i.. G'villc ManA that be be kept away from (ho big' game, was doused with a bucket Cherry cbakmaa of the par.ada capacity of the church Is LOOO 1
of red paint Friday afternoon by an onMenUied group of FSUpartisans. committee. persons. Streets will be blocked
i Gainesville man has been off and kMidspeiker will carry
Among the Old Friends: named to the Counter Subversive The President would have the services to the overflow. 1
Activities Committee of the The culprits seen Wiring the scene hi a gold car, are believed anted the parade to go M, The Idea of the memorial
to be FSU students. A Florida student, passing near Albert's foe, he would Mass was sparked by John P.
not have wanted
American m We
f Abby _______ 7C McCanty 18l eI bis legion service recognition record. said the painters yelled "try and gel that paint off" as they sped to stand ,UIL"lportamall Whooley. editor of the monthly 1I'
: Carver jot Prlzeword Pete IBHalbentela away. University maintenance men proved equal .to the challenge, Irish Herald and president of
\ ______ 02 Weimer ____ Ie Keith Haythorne, 107 N. Main flushing the paint off with a high pressure hose. patron of Ik the Irish Outer of Ian Francis
!eL learned ef the appointment arts, father, Thee were but co.
OPINION IA MOVlEl II' to a letter (tOOl Donald E. The suspects escaped capture and Albert apparently escaped three of the many things President H.CoY.. Grant 1I I'
Johnson, national legion com Injury (except to, his pride) m the debacle Kennedy meant to the
mander. people |n Calnesvll) 1

: .- 'His High Noon Kept the Freshness' I PROOF OP I ;1 .

Mrs ,JareweHa Keaaedy lee wriUe .' trlboleIs "So BOW be k a .legead whta he would have preferred 1

4' bet hothead to nark Ike appreocUag first aaoJveneryef l'w.\ .. ''fNHt to be a man. I must believe Ihet he due* not share our RESULTS 1
Us. astatilaaaea ea Nee JZ, 1m. Here k k, frees the suffering.. I think for hlm-H toast he will sever
.i comet "JIT Mesaerlel bsae" ef leek Magazine.It know whatever sadnoe might have lake ahead. He knew TkM ft******** t...... re. 1f
} tttt: 4. such a share of ft to hi.* lift dial II always made fOIl so ....* era ** |7lH ty .. res.e .
Is nearly a year since he bas gone. was ; wwJ-\. 0ptg.J9 happy whenever yea saw burn enjoying himself. But low ----.:

"011 so many days-hie Birthday, an anniversary watching he win cover. know more sot age mr sUgnatfca, aor .
;' I bin children run to !the sea I have thought'But this despair, nor crippling limes, nor lose of airy more people -emb ee.'e a poe w,eve e.w u"'"- 1
.! day last year was Us last to see that. He was so full of !fJ \) \.... he loved. His high BOO kept all the rreahnes* ef In* moraIng =:.. rw ae.... .,.,..:;.
.' love and life all those He vulnerable wane asp Ito ..
oa days. seems so sow, end he died then mover knowing disllW' 1 wires you mink thai each one was a last tone.So .

the final day wilt come around again-as Inexorably w. ". he hat gne Hot' -".?. 5d.. e WMW wry.
as H did last year. But expected this U M. > 'Among !the radiant ever venturing ee, : t: : pew ,
.Somewhere, wills awning, a* such spirits wilL *v.W'asO. w WJW ,, .
V ,
"It wffl find of oa different people then we a
some were .
, inert comes a lUll out of that need who I II shining and -
\ He to bee tad we mutt bye."These --s till It ease .. ors .Out 4.
year ago. Leaning to accept: what was. onOUnkabl! whet everyone wing reflects a Sale of thai fight-and stores .fee *i fee Mil ewes --f
be was alive, change you. some op against !die ttme: whea he is goa*.' who love Mm must know that the death you --........ a.ne, eey -
.. .
"I don't think there k any consolation. What was bet %w 1 ibM that I should hove know that W was tare dealt Is more thaa fee death which ha swallowed e-ewomae=' see ..
cannot be replace magic all ahr(. I did know ft but I slmikf have premed im- .
Someone who loved President Kennedy but who had K could Ml last I should hero haws bat It was asking *** awls *.,.J masks. she Jf
never know Urn, wrote to me :M winter; The here comet to* nock to dream that might hm grows old .,1&Ia him ....... a .ns.'e' .r ye m. ee se eo.e sw e.v.r G.***rtt* Jwyou W.e A4 II I
whea he b seeded. When ear belief gets pole end weak. end see our childrn grow ep together. .{ass .... ewv e 'aemesv heel buy. I II


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PEOPLE in the' NEWSWMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMHMMfc More About Weather Roundup : Farms TakenDAR

Rails es ES SALAAM TanzaniaAP

I .A ( ) The official gazette an
srrr B nouned Saturday the Tanzania

Briefly From Page 1 Fwwp0.mnscme., mil*. )* will ... twine noise Fumr* Odtn.Me government's farm takeover
ver It months, started In Chicago M pp,. program has nationalizedmore
H HAP farms 25 of them
Monday on a daily basis ZONES O CHARLES T. BOTTOMLY Survivors Include his wife. Euro.
The shop craft unions contended *i Cl ir N cloudy .M old \ pean-owned. This brings tile
they are underpaid In througn tuMiy night, High Sundiy 41 \ w..... Charles T. Bottomly, Infantson Catherine R. Johnson; > son, government's farm takeover

relation to other nonoperatlng B C; Fair weather Sunday. of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamC. Dr. J. C. Johnson of Dade City; total this month to M Involving

railroad workers and compare High Sunday around to. l. Bottomly, 2403 NE!: 12th SL, two daughters, Joanna Johnsonof a total acreage of M.OOO.

ble Jobs In other Industries. The Northeasterly winds 10 to 20 died Saturday morning in Ala- Jacksonville and Mrs W. E.

carriers claimed any higher miles per hour Sunday. chua General Hospital. Wright of High Springs; three
wage settlement would break Di Pirtly cloudy tundiy Hlgfi Sun. of
the prevailing railroad day 40 li 41. NorthiMtirly wind IItl M In addition to his parents be brothers, Frank Johnson High _
M rnlln Inur
9* kindly
settlement S P Oi Pirrly cloudy ew. Mfenlundiy Is survived by his paternal Springs, P. M. Johnson of Vero

It H N MlM M to pw Tt.Hour NirMMMlirly lundiyH wind! grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L.' Beach and Bill Johnson of Orlando .

li Pirtly ctoudy himuy. High M. Bottomly of Port Charlotte, four sisters, Mrs. J. C.
Suntiy It ;
to H. NwlMMUrly wlnM ItI
UF Students Fla and his maternal grandparents LACK. THOMAS wAves _
It mlm pw hour Wns.y.pJn and Frank Gurr, Punorilwrvkn ,
Pirtly Mudy IvMiy CooHr wlln A,,,, Mr. and Mrs. Paul I Calvin Mrs. tor Mr. I IK* ..* n. win' Z
lundl irmnd Mid' it t'M l.m, on lundiy, ,..
? 71. Norttwittirlywlnn Bob Nov.
II w N mil nr hour Sure Herndon of Gainesville. both of Jessup, Ga, Mrs. ..., II 1N4. ./ Jonnvllli I.otlit'
Cash .... ,
Cop Y Church Wild T M Slvll conduct.
aK of Jacksonville
McCoy ,
i Pirtly chwdy Sundiy A Mf toolw e"wj" t1 Ing tM nrvlcM aurlil will M IB
wim high toM.y ibtv 71 Nwt ROSA BOYD of Phoenix Joonvliii Commrv under fhi dim,
Mrs. George Arnow ,
I > II to O mow Horn M Wllllimt-Tllomn PunirilIOTTOMIV ,
In ContestTwo hour Sundiyirm HT GAINESVILLE!: WEATHERTOMPasATesaosg ROM L. Boyd, 73, lonj-time Ariz. Nomw

aiaisnuls Temperature readings at Mu resident of Micanopy, died Saturday CHAHI.il TIUVII ,a,
at her !home iwril wrvlcn 15r hlinl in will .b..
University of Florida Jaknnolee' en n nlclpal Airport Saturday: LUTHER THORNTONLuther sad M ItM: .,... m Mono,. N
: .ni 60 at 1 low 50 Mrs. Boyd, who lived In Mlc- vtmlxr U, 144, .l NillcrnMI,,",
students were among the top TlmpiAtlKIII High p.m.; at A. Thorton, >M> Jack l 1.1 l Mr'. OrivMld' with *tv. .
for 51 years, was a .... A
prize winners In October w OrltimCiD sr I em. Rainfall, .43. anopy sonville, a part-time Gainesville Lear UntI. condwtlni tti. ??
gen- oue, member of the Church of Christ kM. au".' will b* In Hlllcrwr M.
eral news writing of the Fifth N w Yak 4O a 35 b ALMAHHCIvKMt resident, died SaturdayIn n.erl.P.e' / under 101 distil.. a
Annual Journallam Awards WMNNhm Q 3? tod.y ... .. I.11 p.m. Survivors I n c 1 Iud. her husband a Jacksonville hospital Jon.dnn..n irtmktrl funtrtl 01 Irw H.fimllr.. Yr fcVvnlnf
the William NenN. is p unrlM umrnw.. ....'::: .511: e.m.: M. J. Boyd of Micanopy ''rintll WlllUm dirt lotlomly" lnj
program sponsored by: COO 5. 15 TB. MMn rllM .s-Os-in. ; Survivors Include a La-. RibKcl Jam HtmdM .0H....,.. I
,, son
Randolph Hearst Foundation fl.0.nwr W.r1n 11 tonight .nd run high In OmM iVIIIILI ,., four sons, John Boyd of Tampa Nl Inn I.lrnt. OilnMVllld, Fit. pi
a 7r tho TW'M.' ,.,. ,.
101 ,
Le AM'a Y a PtANITSJwlh and Mitchell Thomas and than Thornton of Gainesville; PI.,, ...inntpirinli....01 frindpiriMi.. and Mr 101 ..
In addition UF b >r, In ft* nit 1 M |"lit. Douglas Boyd all of Micanopy three brother, Labon Thorntonof Mr.. Shin HwMon, Ollmivlln n IM,.
the was KIY TIDas Ilium, In MiMlWMt . S.. ,lit. ;
named first 42 Sunday. Hlglt M I It em. ant 1:11: Min, rlw" ... .....'.". -:-. am. four daughters, Carrie M. Webbof Raleigh, N.C. and Fud and sown. sons LII_ O'11ft lyre
among colleges an6L5WM5em. Me5m, Vmui. rim .. in. 'I Mvlcnor 101... 5oyd.. ... n. will,
participating. Micanopy, Edna Young of Brooks Thornton, both of Pen- lit 0,34 N 1:00 "..... wn ........ Nov
Fla. and sacola a sister, Mrs. W. B. 12nd, It44 It Mklnooy Cnultry win.
The Individual performances More About Hollywood, Mary L ; 5w Pam, McCwm conducting

of Rebecca Quinn a Barry and Rose M. Cook, bothof Owens of Jacksonville. Hum torvkH. T"under...,...llw Pwiiril alricIlM, 1 Man o! .w"oftuiMly :
Junior, who won first place Jacksonville; two sisters, 0.11I.OMNION., ..
( Wlrtptntt tt IM Sun) and a $500 scholarship and Mrs. M. J. Strickland of Web- FRANK PERKINS ,/ OOUOUI LAwunsteP4nea _

Joel Gaston, who won |150 for Memory star t Fla. and Mrs. G. U Turner Frank C. Perkins, 19, JI, will/ Nrvkn lit MN for..M,..'JO Jones pm,. 100
Still Going at 96 a fourth place finish, pacedthe of Clearwater; IS grand Gainesville, died Friday In e Nmwlw, U, 1M4, ,.,, HIM en.
Spring MUfudlif Chord win s..
UF effort. children. local nursing home following A. A. Mipoinhioin conducting 'hMTVlCM. .
,Former Vice-President James Nance Garner, above, The UF will receive I From Pace 1 HUGH STIDHAM a long Illness. Cmwliry. twill under Will ttw to dlrictlon Ml High if Spring wiillimi'Thamn ',
has a good smoke going aa he relaxes In front of his matching grant equal to the I Puniril Home.
Uvalde Texas home Saturday the eve of his 96th total amount won by the two Issued a' proclamation asking leader and to ask that God comfort Hugh B. Stidham, (5, Ala- A native of Blue Hill, Maine, '..MIN.. PRANK CMliuy pu,

birthday. The people of Uvalde will honor him today, students the state's residents to pause fora protect and guide his wid. hua, died Saturday at his home he moved to Gainesville four iwrH M. will Mrvkn.M See n0f Mr.r_Pirtlnil'.' h ig.TIOHAM. ,,..
short .
following a Illness.A
moment Sunday to reaffirm and children." D. l5 a PurNM Lpw..
hid birthday, with a small celebration that will Include It marked the third consecutive ow I months ago from Dunedin Pr" a Wnf .....,,. M.u.chi 1011'1.
a birthday cake band and visits with his many year Miss Quinn has won gratitude "for the example he Sawyer asked that it not be a resident of Alachua for 35 Fla. Mr.. Perkins was a retired a...Icn Willie will ,lit' ender Tlwm III'..elnctlm aNNL
set the world 'u..1
friends. cash awards In the contest as a dedicated day of mourning but a day "of,years, he was a farmer and I Home I.. lot enl5e., III 1Oc.1 ernnp..
foundation trustee RandolphA. hope for peace and equality for a deacon In the North Pleasant t nurseryman. ,n.45L NaoN'snowmen _
SAC CHIEF TELLS PLANS said.Jack all Grove Church. ,...... tamm "
Hearst men. Baptist Survivors Includes a son, wrvkn tor Mr It MI IS.
Youths Paint will M loll .. ":31 im. Mwvdiy
President Johnson approved Secretary of the Interior, In Lansing, Mich, a memorial I Survivors Include his wife, Lesley Perkins Sr. of Sims- Nov n. H44, it North m Pit.....
the assignment of LI. Gen. .I service will be conducted in Nellie bury Conn.; a grandson, Chet OrdM Iwtlit Clwrdl with... s v,. QGainesvilU ,
today Stewart Udall tells a news conference Frost'sIcy Stldham of Alae b U I; I. sal tonducing fit .ien Iu
John D. Ryan as the new chiefof Austin For FunAnd the ,Central Methodist church two Perkins of Gainesville. lid.."III. ..s.. ,In Coo, PI..NM Omv.
in -fItI': with the church's 90-volcs chan- IOna, Hugh B. Stldham and II. ..... Pun ra Ho.... Th.
the Strategic Air Command. Tex. Fri. Ira Stldham two bey will lit 1/1 .1.1t I hou prlor ,.
.. cel choir performing Brahms daughters, THOMAS BLACK ....',.
Ryan now vice, commanderof day that President Eyes Mrs. 'Lavonne Webb and Mrs.
the long range bomber.and Johnsonhas ProfitLocal "A German Requiem. Joanne Willis, both of Braden- Thomas P. Black, 82, New- Sun

.missile force will succeed Gen. ordered a Upon Us In Connecticut, a memorialball ton; three brothers, Reece, berry died Friday In Alachua
funds for JohnF
to raise the
'Thomas S. Power who la retir crash program school artists really Wade H. and Dean Slid General Hospital. Published tvtnlngi except

ing Nov. 30. to bring down Alachua Co u n t y'. balmy painted the town Friday and In, Boston Kennedy will Memorial be held in Library Waterbury ham, all of Bartow; five I A native of Rockdalle, Ga., I Saturdoy'ond Ingi the Golnnvlllt Sunday' morn.Pub-
native of the cost of Saturday during competitionIn sisters, Mrs Irene : byc
Ryan a 48-year-old Graham of 101
n at SE
weather Is out, s big dip In the on Saturday, with the Jatepresident'l Mr. Black moved to Newberry 110ce.
freshwater the annual Thanksgiving J Zephyrhllls Mrs. 2nd Gainiivilld.' Florida
Cherokee, Iowa, was graduated claiming John P I
mercury Is In, and farmers are mother, Mrs. Joseph from there 40 He
Window years ago. and entered second clou
Contest of 01
Jrom: the Military Academy at from the Painting Naples and Mrs. F. J. Payne
warned to prepare for the quick the Gainesville P. Kennedy the guest of honor was a retired farmer and matter at the Post Ofdct, atGoirwivilld
by Mrs.
Point In 1938 During tea by 1969. Fitzgerald and Mrs.
West change today and Monday.The A memorial service Is scheduled member of the Jonesville Bap. Flaido.CIRCULATION .
World War n he commanded Udall said Recreation Department. I Beulah Coleman, all of Lake
Saturday temperature In New Britain, Conn., at a tint Church. RATES IVO
In Johnson also wants a greater Their labors which Included Placid, Fla. 12
the 2nd bombardment group bulletin ; grandchildren.
Issued by the U. S. monument that Dominic Colos- RIIIIR OR MAIL
Italy and served as operations emphasis on conservation as Weather Bureau In Lakeland painting the windows of 14 sale a concrete contractor, DOUGLAS JOHNSON Survivors include four sons, WHh 4!
with the 5th Bombard part of his "great society" concept downtown stores ended Satur. LoMle L. Black of I Mot. $s.IS
officer predicts the thermometer will erected last summer to show his Douglas L. Johnson, 78, High Atlanta
ment Wing of the 15th Air skid down In the 2735 degree day afternoon. Contest Judging gratitude to Kennedy and the Springs, died Saturday In Cltr- Ga., Lawrence A. Black of All mall lubKrlptlont mult

Force. BLAMES range in northern Gainesville followed. United States. monL Lythonla, Ga., Thomas E. be paid In advance.
Member of Audit of
this morning, bringing scattered The winners: : An interdenominational choir Black of Jacksonville a nd Circulation
PICK NEGRO Gen. Duong Minh, South' frost. Elementary Schools 1. Lit- will sing In St. Joseph's Roman Mr. Johnson, a native of High Robert L. Black of Lake Butler -
All inilirlil cwttiiMd; iMrOn IItM
James W. Matthews, 32, was Viet Nam's former strongman, Scattered frost and temperatures lewood, Mrs. Casey's class, Catholic church In Manchester Springs: was a retired Atlantic ; a daughter, Ruth Brownof riMrty X Hw enimvllll
tamed assistant u.s. Attorney'or blames both Russia and Red ranging from 32 to 38 degrees $11. 2. Uttlewood Mrs. Pelt's N.H., on Sunday night In a Coast let Line Railroad yard mae Newberry; two brothers, Puall.hlne' C.III..MOO....". *lei r In 144.procluctlM MrN. ...
South Florida Friday, re- China for the support given the Is the forecast for southrn class |10 I. Idylwild Mrs memorial to Kennedy- a member of the Methodist George A. Black and Paul P. rev,', orblddm without. IM wrlttmpwmlulM

tortedly the first Negro to hold Communist Viet Cong. Gainesville Rones' class, $5. I An anniversary requiem Mass church.- Black_ both ,of Union City, Ga, # IM pubilinK.1

',inch a Job In the South. Mlnh, who led the coup which The general forecast for. today Junior and Senior High will be said Monday in St Jerome
Matthews becomea the ninth deposed president Diem a year Is fair and cool, but It II be Schools 1. Patricia Lee and church In Holyoke, Mass,

ml Unt to'VS..Attorney William ago, said Friday that South Viet time to break out the blankets Gunny Hamilton, Gainesville under sponsorship of the St Pa-
A. Meadows Jr., for the 12 Nam Is resolved to fight on to and anti freeze again Monday High $10. 1 Pat Mathea and trick's Day Parade Committee, SHOP.SHOPSHOP

:ountlM making up the Southern victory, no matter who the foe.C.nwar morning when more frost and Sue Harrison, Galnesv I lie the Holyoke Knights of Columbus / 3
District of Florida Mat- freeilng temperatures are expected. High, $.. I. Tom Boyd, West- and the Holyoke Ancient '
thews la a native Floridian and wood Junior High $4 Order of Hibernians.ENJOY .
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: Mlson j 3 DAY SPECIALS: Mon., Nor. 23, Tu..., Nor. 24, W.d., No,. 25

Bill Conway el Oratosd

M Beach, president of the UD .
verity of Florida Alumni) Association

and Charles F. Mtxoa -

the Florida State Alumni, CLOSED

) have )Joined In a project te
11w Inform the public ef Florida's
higher education seeds. T k e

alumni will help sponsor s ,
,d.-8"i tear of the stale by presidents I

l,+eirlly."J el the state nlverillles and I Family Style THANKSGIVINGDAY

Singer Abbe Lane, former .Junior colleges.

a wile of band leader Xavier 1 1'nd
Cttgat, poses with her hus
. bandtobe, theatrical agent ""' \
Perry Ltd, as be visits the
e set In the Hollywood studio i

. where Abbe I Is at work ea the WHOLE ROAST TURKEYCARVE
a televlsloe skew, ..Bur...'.

Law.. They plan to wed ea REGULAR
York City. extra charge for fait service.
Dee. 11 In New

VISITS' Let Father carve-bring your own carving set-or have our Holiday Inn TROUSERS 50"

'. Frees Josef Strauss, former Stoff member carve ot your table Delicious turkey served with oil the trim
"West German defense minister. mlngi. And you Con take home oil the turkey that Is left! SKIRTS so

Saturday paid a helicopter visit SERVED BY RESERVATION 12:00: noon until 9:00: P.M.
to Panmunjon, the neutral conference SUIT COATS 50-
site In Korea's demilItarized -

Strauss lOne Is ,on a three-day visit. ... DRESSES (plain) $1.00

He conferred with various South Femily.6 4 . $10 '

Korean officials. ptR _.. Femlyof6Femily! . $15 Men's or Ladies Suits $1.00ALL

TO RESIGNVice Michael Grttnholli ef Portland .. I . $20 v

Preildral-elect HubertH. Ore., Is only 11 months I Family if 10 or more .

Humphrey says be will resign ,Id but be wears his glasses I 0' . . .$2.50 each DRY CLEANING DONE ON
about mid December from like a veteran and seems to PREMISES

J>to U.S. Senate seat be delighted by the Impmt- 4 LOCATIONS
Humphrey said the schedule meat !is vkion. Ills mother TO SERVE YOUNo.

would allow Minnesota Attorney says ke welcomes tile glaiieetack ALSO SERVING

General Walter Mondale. who messing and makes se OUR REGULAR 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4One

was named his successor "a effort to take them aft They: TABLE D'HOTEThanksgiving -
good transition' period In assuming kelp comet one e)t'i tee One One One

his new duties. oVnry to troll.I Dinner HourMartinising
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Fnir- il '1.00 G,..... $1.71 CUanert
Shooting Victim Condition 319 NW
110 NW ill N. 1444 W.

A 47 year-eld Negro nan Ing the shooting of Homer Emmanuel The HOLIDAY INN UtS St. lOfk Ave Mem }t. U.r. Ave.

was In fair condition at J. HilUs toe NW but Ave, at the

Miller Health Center Saturday Skylight Restaurant ALL PLANTS OFFER ONE-HOUR DRY CLEANING AND
after he was shot below the Call for reservations 376.8266Q
Emmanuel condition was reported
heart at a local tavern early I FAST SHIRT LAUNDERING :
"fair and
Saturday morning I Improving" by 1 1PINS.
a hospital spokesman.More .
City police held Albert Margin help M sere yea kefer by elvers ke vng year delivery receipt wit, jo*. ,

11. ttl NW tth St. for h> I than 40.000 parts male DON-nO GlT We mi.SPOT MO I Hnoo every ..,...*. ri*, we tr, I

vesl:gallon of assault with Intent -:up Nimbus, the new wcathosatellite. : ekes Oderfets dry cleeime. FRESH AS A f IOWU-IN JUST ONI HOUt.

to commit murder follow i. .


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Iunday. rforember.. it. 1954
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; What Is Kennedy's' Place in History? / British Memorial .

LONDON (AP) Details of uted total, which already has
I Britain' memorial to the late reached $1,721,138.

By JEAN CARVER "What will disturb historians most about Kennedy's pro. He needlessly fanned the Cold War with the Cuban In- President John F Kennedy at The memorial site, which has
: Sal Staff WriterA presidential career was his evasion of the McCarthy chi Ilenge anion. historic Runnymede were disclosed been donated to the United
; review of President John Kennedy's administration writ- ,"Carleton says "In the future historians sympatheticto Historically\ the Kennedy inaugural address was "alarm. Saturday by the archI- States forever, Is three acres of
ten by former University of Florida Professor William G. President Kennedy are likely to seriously underestimatethe lot off key." tect, C. A. Jctlicoe.Jcllicne land on the slopes of a hill l over
Carleton In the Fall Issue of "The Antioch Review" was commended right wing Influences that played upon him and his On his return from conferring with Khrushchev In Vienna a member of the looking Runnymede Island.
this week 11I1 "Life" magazine editorial. brother Robert during their formative years and early life he urged Americans to build fallout shelters.On Royal Fine Arts Commission, .
Carleton's critique was termed "superbly) balanced" by the In politics." the constructive side the Kennedy administration: said the memorial will resemble' The memorial Itself-will be
national magazine. Carleton feels It Is not remarkable that John and Robert, Contributed to national defense programs by balancing\ a "Zen Buddhist garden! of con- simple consisting of )n Inscribed
The 60 year old political scientist served as speech who served as a member of McCarthy's staff, reflected some weapons ... nuclear, conventional arms and guerrilla forces tcmplalinn" and is planned for stone, a paved-terrace
Ambassador P. and the the missile and what Jelllcoe de .&led as
adviser to Joseph Kennedy Kennedy right wing attitudes beefing up program. completion next June 750th
family was well known to him. On occasions, he visited the "What is remarkable Is that first John and then Robert, There were nuclear dctercnts the "hot line" to Moscow anniversary of the signing of the two contemplation sells: "to
family at their Palm Beach home in the early 1940'.. who Is less flexible emancipated themselves from these and the test ban treaty Magna Carta at Runnymcde. create a frame of mlmt-tn the I
"Although John F. Kennedy has been dead less than I year attitudes," he concludes. Strong support for the United Nations and help for underdeveloped visitor in which the slgu2ican.ce \
It Is not too early to assess his place In history" Carleton Carleton Is critical of a number of aspects of the Kennedy nations were emphasized by Kennedy The memorial Is being financed of the superb view IsHD'ought
says In "The Antioch Review." administrationJohn Because! of the vividness of his personality and shortnessof by a campaign launchedby home."
He notes that Judgments about historical figures never Kennedy was not notably pro-Negro until the 1960 his tenure, Kennedy will be known more for the Intangibles he lord mayor of London. II I
come finally to rest. campaign. In 1956 he wooed southern delegates to the Democratic a tastemaker a symbolic embodiment of the valuesof The target Is 121 million The I The greatest known dQ>th In
The Kennedy administration's legislative "meager" performance convention with a moderate approach In his bid for his time a romantic folk hero than for his achievementsIn British government has agreedto the Pacific Ocean Is betweensix
will be difficult to defend Carleton writes, particularly the vice presidential nomination. statesmanship" William G. Carleton predicts. match the publicly contrib and seven miles. "
If President Lyndon Johnson "breaks the legislative I
log jam." .
Kennedy's greatest legislative victory was passage of the -
Trade Expansion Act of 1962. All other goals farm legislation ..
tax reforms, civil rights medicare and federal aid -
to schools bogged down according to the political scientist ..

"If popular passion Is running high at the time an historical -
personage makes his exit then it Is difficult for a
contemporary to be relatively objective in. his evaluation," : 9
Carleton says.
"In general through the years In both domestic and foreign WIIIIIAIam.aewnralulllU
policy, Kennedy moved from I position right of centeror I
at center to .a position left of center. Although he will be 1 I
labeled as a liberal, his pre presidential career can scarce- 1
ly be said to have been liberal."
,Carleton traces the early Influence of "America Flrsten" 1 I

on the Kennedy family, Including John and Robert, noting 1 IELDS TALKS TURKEY-I
that the Kennedy household was the center of isolationist
leaders and journalists In the Pre Pearl Harbor years. 1


.How the Tragic I_ r

Weekend BeganBy

CUP CORMIER ent A New York- Times machine WITH

Sun City Editor was tapping out a storyon
The ring of the telephone cut the United Nations It was jMrulrM
through the after-lunch drowse. a typical slowdown following the
The excited voice on the other evening edition wire budget of
end was Phil Emmer's. news.
"I'm watching TV at home, The newsroom staff was M olscouNtTWENTY 1I
have you people heard what straggling back from lunch. 1 OUTSTANDING VALUES FOR HOLIDAY FUN, FARE AND FASHION

they're has saying been? President shot ,In Kennedy Tex-Kennedy"Anyone being hear shot about?"President I Inquired I I IuIII IIIUUIIitiupuunmdduilllJ, NGWIIiWWJIWI e e SPECIALLY SELECTED AND PRICED TO BE THIS SEASON'S 20 BEST BUYS! 1 r

as." afraid of the answer
It was shortly after 1pm. There was none. 1 II

on Nov. 22, 1963 In the Sun Back to the phone ......... .* '*- .
newsroom.It "Here I'll put my phone closeto .to. + +
too was an "unseason- the set so you can hear for Misses' + Sparkling, I GUi$> .r.. Holiday Meal GUt. for Mother
ably" warm Friday afternoon yourself," Emmer said.I and Women" '
t f t I
In November. heard snatches about shots .,..
It hadn't been a heavy news In the Dallas streets where Women's Fully Lined Elegant Styled Sparkling Quality Bluettone Women's Luxury, I
lay. The city plan board had the President was visiting,
debated the night before on West about blood all over his face. I Wool SLACKS Holiday STEMWARE Enamel ROASTERS Satin ROBES I

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University of Florida had a n- more. / 3.78 V.11l14.95 6 for.94 Value 3.50 8.11 lb. siie 94c 8.87 Value U.95 I
nounced that, henceforth the Back to the wire room. Now Irldnctnt harlequin and cryitil 1,0w-
campus was out of bounds for the Associated Press machine Capri tryltd 'In bright colon All nylon wars Choice ef ehimp'gnt, cocktail: 13.19 Ib ailt! 1.78 Oulltd with. ICO"*, virgin poly fiber I"
motorists without visiting per.I was coming alive. tido sipper, Sixes 10 to 18. cordial., win.' and goblet 20-25 lb. size 2.38 I\lIlln, ;
mits. I FLASH came the message 1 ,

Gainesville High students Several news staffers leaned .. .. .. I
nervously awaited curtain time over watching the keyboard tap 1 ...-, +: ..

for their annual musical."Finlan't -i out the story. Someone remarked / *for Dad Gift. f9f JUhin GiU| ,for Glltt Jar Sitter !
Rainbow" was playingthat It was the first time he ever : _, ,Brother ,
j; i JI
night. had seen a FLASH priority. 1 r .r 'J'i r. J rt
The Florida Cators were solid Haltingly, almost uncert sin I JI
leys' 2-Way /tA.,,', 1 00* Woof Little" Mhi
favorites to beat the Hurricanes the keys began their staccatd. Fino Quality
in Miami the next day. DALLAS, NOV. 22 (AP) Wool Plaid SHIRTS Cotton Sport SHIRTS BLAZERSValue Boxed BLOUSES :
Another of those wild rumors -President Kennedy was shot today Comp.
one Camp Comp.
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I thought before answer 5 5 Value 1.97 29.95 Velum 2.49
Mrs. Kennedy I Valuatf.98Hjnd
ing. Last week someone reported downtown Dallas. .
a prominent local minister Jumped up and grabbedMr. I Solid color long stews tport ihlrt., eM Ivy tryl ted with. brut "" 1_. Navy Fancy lose trlmm4, Slll 4 to 14.
dead and It turned out to be a ."Kennedy. She cried, "Oh, I S-M-U wMhibl 0d rmorwnt will, lov* collar on*. Itiyt.S be worn with or without. knit" dku,. samel fir win*. Sans I )t t* 44. Fine SprIngmdd eeeeww I
rumor. no! The motorcade sped on. I
"Let me check our wire machines The awful news was confirmed 1J IR

Phil," I said putting the no thread of hope remained I ... -jI., 1A
phone on the desk. that It was a rumor. I I
In the wire service room the The long, nightmarish week : Holaday: Fa ;; s l _A, Tru'hop I

AP ,teletype machine was si- end bad begun. :s 1

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JEAN CARVER 'log" he recalls. "I did a lot of 1 1 _.- -" 1
Sun Staff Writer [wondering. We all had about
The memories are ss painful the same reaction dish 1 1 +' 1d

is was the initial shock of the lief." Gifts I''or Sultr 1 f d Boy'1. W tar BuYl
unfolding nightmare hat November Although he was not a Ken- i 1
weekend last year supporter, Hughes "C L'p '1 .
"I still eel sorry for his family -"couldn't figure any reason to 1 Little Mica leys' Weitem Styled
," ){rs. H. R. Goodbread re-get rid of I man that way .
calls. "My husband died and why would anybody be that 1 Capri SLACKS Sport SHIRTS 1to
left me with three little children -stupid!" 1 1

I live all atone" now and The Saturday shooting of Lee 2/3 .00 Value amp'1.99 H. 2.68 A V.lo.400
I know how it Is Oswald In Dallas eoneeiw >
She was home on Rocky Hughes."I I Mjchln washable' cotton corduroy. l"iy tan _bny .r rtf. In stocks oruiji. /
Point Road watching "As the I knew a lot would not be I Fancy ptfttmt. SIMS 4 to M. sun 6 to n.Remce's i
World Turns" on Nov. 8, 1963.!
found out that I would have -
Then announcement there was that unbelievable -liked to have known," he says -do. ._. 1
1 -

"Oh.DOW my?Lord" Mrs., what Coodbread has happened -Alachua The news County first Courthouse reached Ike by I !Famoul.Nam. T01I +- Sports.ea'.. Sptc ar. Tlaat "Sptciaf Gift $ -' ,,". Spec.... I I

said the Presi- a telephone cafl
thought "They .t t fit fit /
dent was shot They didn't knowif "We grabbed I battery operated
he was dead. Then they Just Chil Defense radio( ," ontey's Auto Factory 7.44 On. Dose Wilson ( Transistor Waring I 2SpeedBLENDER 1
kept on giving the news and,county administrative assistant I Kennels Shoot Around K.28 GOLF BALLS Portable RADIO 1
he was dead." I Howard Weston rem e m bees. I Corner Gun 1.77 I
She was grief stricken, "Just "There was M more work the 1 Mattel's V-R roam Skiplooder 9.S7 11.97 8.97 Camp. 1O QQ A 2400I7.OO II
kind of In a daie." rest of the day. When we heard Man's Super Crone 12.17 Value 11.95 Velue i

Her daughter Mrs. E If IDennIson. the President had died I sent PennyDel Doll .. 1.41 &f 1fIc..... v*vl vrn4 )ftelry boa Cr.te wish. .steer eav&s', c_,
If she the Janitor down to lower the 1 .... .,.. 2.17 AH c"hw.. JtO wot mo*..
called to see nd of ..... Nryhe' end ,,, ......,.
tlug* teH eawneoe
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kept I vigil ta front of her set Vote RuckusROME 4. ... '

gray through B. 0.Monday Hughes the weekend it Jr Arlington. a and mechanical the for Sunday's: (-Campaigning nationwide munld I I *{iu; I 1tI' aM Womt/, ,M". ,' g4. .. Ir'. ;. I 1

engineering! student at the .. .. '. /1- 1
pal election baa ended on a violent -
University of Florida\ w a. ta 1 Maws ft Wool /
note at 33 mi11Ioa Italiansprepare Italia Maeo ladies Alpaca Girls' Vinyl LeatfcefJACKETS
be first beard that .. It
class when
John Fitzgerald Kennedy bad Police to b vote.Turin said IS Fascist CHRISTMAS CARDS Mohair SWEATERS Cardigan Sweaters 1i

been"I didn't shot believe It." he says Communist* broke into offices L't'of nita the i Q-y IOX 1.30 T/ *O7 V/ Camp IMJ Value' 807 A VII.10.00. 3.97 %i iI
newspaper OOP50 ,.
1 djdnt believe H until I went Camp.Vef e
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home and went downstairs to a A camel** tlrfian II Qutf >y Rutl. C4'1 se ll+ fry< Soft and e'1e ease
neighbor's apartment to watck la the northern city. The demonstrator air On***** Cwdh th..0r.ua1. lAae 5-setnd dww4 Lane S-M-I. M Glue, red, ton end' pews I
Injured I newspaper
t It on number televista.of student families employs and smashed furniture CHARGE IT- musur*
h. and equipment before police OPEN A.M..toM. SUNDAY NOON P.M. r.
at follow Carry: the Village televised gathered account d., restored orojer. I GAINESVILLE Acres Free Peeking IT mis $t MOMMU ti m I DISCOUNTS **t it.... you hotsnt rare J

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f Join Kennedy has been dead for a f '"Years of Lightning'C

year now. The shock is worn off, the

guard is changed, the moments when THE [\ i3
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disciplined mind yields to the unrepentant By BOSLEY CROWTHER SOUTH '

heart are fewer. NEW YORK Seeing that documentary pictures seems to MAULDIN-
be comlni back to favor' again, it Is especially maddeningand
frustrating to think that of the best being madein
He was not president very long. some By RALPH McGILL
the United States are forbidden by circumstance from WMr .... .. II-
He started much and finished little. being distributed domestically.I Gf> ik. ........wren. >... CMMUMMAt .

and a good deal of what he started am speaking of the documentaries turned out by the Ho

had first been suggested by others. Lion Picture Division of the US. Information Agency for The
showing In foreign countries to assist our various aid programs
He was notably unsuccessful in dealing and generally brighten the image of Uncle Sam

with Congress. Particularly in Under the enactments whereby Congress enables this agency KennedyGrave
to circulate information by several media it is tacitly
the area of domestic affairs he
was understood (though not so written) that none of the materialIt
far from the complete president ; produces shall be made available for distribution In this

when the glamour fades and the country, unless Congress specifically resolves that It nay
be. Thoughts at Arlington Cemetery
"shining moment" is forgotten, it r On the way out the

will be seen that he did not know, THE REASON for this accepted structure Is not so muchto taxi driver said: "It's

and perhaps did not to learn prevent books and films, magazines and other such matter -r < strange, but coming out t 0
produced with see his don't talk
government funds from going into competition grave they
how to get a piece of with private products as It Is to assure that the agency much. They ask If I can
passed.In will not be used by an Incumbent administration to turn drive close. Or they want to
out propaganda on Its own behalf. > know If it Is a long walk.

The reason Is sound in theory. It Is conceivable that an G I' That's about it Mostly they
retrospect it becomes especially .crude administration might use the US.I.A. to r nip { alt there silent, thinking I I
example, that he could not plug itself and, of course, the definition of plugging might i guess about him."

end of the struggle over his vary, according to which side is on. But it does seem unreasonable Walking from the great
and wasteful when we see certain fine material with ] gate one sets the gentle curve
Bights bill a bill that his held from distribution to the people who paid for It In order L j -0' : of the earth and the white
eor, without his charm but with to maintain a safeguard that mIght be sensibly controlled. I 5 headstones that march in

summate skill, pushed to false glitter, Such unquestionably fine material are many of the documentary i rows, end on end, like poems
willing to en films prepared for no other purpose than to communicate i of sleep and peace. And one
But if he was less successful to messages of help, hopefulness and humanity to the thinks, somehow, of Ash
exploit '
people of the world I have seen several! of them. They would Wednesday, the cross markedon
he had to be at home he
hoped ,
private mo- do as much good In our own schools as they do in the schools the forehead, and .the priest
more successful than he could of this. Those and mobile theaters of India and South America. 1, ,I ,,1I intoning! : "Remember, Man,

hoped to be abroad. It was here, range remem .-. i that thou art dust and unto
haps, that personality mattered ; stare as he BUT WHAT PROVOKES this upsurge Is the thought that dust thou shall return.

was the new man, the new the our people are going to be denied the opportunity to see a
fear'I quizzical truly magnificent and soul stirring V.S.U. film. It is titled visibly moved and so evidently stirred that they could not or MANY/ OF the seemingly
tion, and though the problems the chal "John F. Kennedy; Years of Lightning, Day of did not wish to speak.I endless dead were marines,

the same old ones, they seemed question, the Drums." That Is, they're going to be denied It, unless something have never seen an audience in a theater react so intensely soldiers, sailors. Some dird
how more manageable use he bent to positive Is done. to a film. There was scarcely a murmur or a rustle charging guns or running
expression-in the new hands. When this feature-length, mostly color picture was screened as Its factual footage unreeled. Only sobs and sniffles or madly toward an enemy
In Washington last Monday night for government and occasional ripples of laughter at certain scenes or Indr.wnbreath. trench In the deadly years of
H. long in newspaper people and members of the diplomatic corps of admiration and pride at gallant passages were the trench warfare In France.
came a a
writ Some died In
strong men and equally stalwart women left the theater so heard. holes in the
time, from the Bay of Pigs, the described earth. Others met death in
At the end there stillness and silence then but scattering
was a
A .
lin Wall and an Initial and singular CONSERVATIVE teeth cllnced hand to-hand
of applause. The experience had been too deep and
of Nikita Khrushchev to the ; fellow. For VIEWPOINT touching for the conventional appreciative response fighting or were broken, suddenly
by mortar fire.
of the 1962 Cuban crisis. And I Many
J gentleness, The reasons are clear on reflection. This is a documentary died !in crashed aircraft
I that darkest episode of the And as time Need film that so beautifully synthesizes concepts and emotions fell living through the air or to
age he stepped into the wit I ForRedefinition s. of such variety and such Immediacy to all of us -and die In brutal contact. Still
\ to the world In which we live that it provides a complex others had
early-spring sunshine of ; lived for to
; of as years
that Into one's self. It
experience plunges one profoundly die of old
I old
age or wounds
on a nuclear test-ban treaty, all
; seasons.
evokes not only recollections of one's own emotional involvements and
were brought there to be
the world came along. been writing In our national triumphs and despairs. It agitates the burled with the military ritualof

There grew up around him a Ik. being to deep private philosophical thoughts. tape sounding sadly againstthe

e By DAVID LAWRENCE sky and the explosive volleys .
-. -- wv.w re MNV. In ,1,1. "I.blra I. te draw un and lusts
-' of rifle salutes
a- The urealness oi lur. ivenneay WASHINGTON Former President Eisenhower contribute pose the basic alms of Kennedy while-he was President and;; But somehow, walking to
ed to the political world a wholesome the solemn sequential flow of his funeral The alms comprise the
very piece of advice grave of John F. Kennedy,
(The following editorial appeared empire.Mr. when he said he had no use for the expressions "left" and the "Years of Lightning" the efforts he made, the seen high on the slope of a
"right" In things he did after his brave inauguration, to start the
connection ,
with the talk about hill hears
in The Sun November 24 reorganizing the one no sound of
on ,
Republican Party.Mr. Peace Corps, to Instrument the concept ot the Alliance for ghostly trumpets or distant
1963. It is reprinted here In Kennedy's greatness was hewn Eisenhower forward the to lead tow.rdclvU
response might also have Included the terms "mod Progress, to space program, guns. The mind thinks on the
to several requests.) from the same rock as that of the erate" and "mainstream," which seem to have become pop. rights In our nation and freedom and peace throughoutthe epic of Roland and the Imagination

Great Emancipator, Abraham Lin ular lately For, as a matter of fact, the word "moderate" world. hears the last challeng-
has lots of different These alms are ticked off and suggested by footage from
meanings Including approval of ing blast of his horn and
A man in mufti mounted a convertible coln. things that are liberal, so that in the word Itself\ there many is no the agency's vaults showing Kennedy in action, carrying his of his death, the veins all
Friday in Dallas and rode real delineation between the two. And the same may be said message of peace and progress to various capitals, or Illustrating > burst by the might of that
into heroic immortality. One hundred and three years ago for the term "mainstream" critical happenings in the civil rights! and other programs supreme call Roland's
In 1963. And Intercut with this footage are scenes
Mr. Lincoln posed for ghost Is there and the sound
a photograph GOVERNOR ROCKEFELLER of New York for of the Kennedy funeral, skillfully photographed In color. of his horn.ALWAYS.
The world knew him as John F. by Matthew Brady, then proceededto said last Sunday on the ABC television program "Issues example and These represent the "Day of Drums."

Kennedy. make a speech at Cooper Union in Answers"; The arrangement is appropriate and artful, for It most THERE Is company -
"Frankly, I have"been effectively leads the mind to equate the Idealism of the
New York. a moderate Republican and I think as one walks. It does
said later that the my record of fiscal! Kennedy administration and the horrible futility of his tragic
Integrity here in the state, of the not matter if one goes at the
Somehow we are repelled by the photograph and the speech did more that has been done for people, for the young In Job death. And out of this mental equating comes an afflatus early hour when the gates
people the
torrent of words set off by the than anything else to gain him the schools, for business growth, for increasing Job opportunIties of resolve that the national and humanitarian purposes of open or later. There alwaysare
assassin's! bullet. With all true Is an evidence of It, so I can stand on the record. It the murdered President shall be carried on. visitors Mora than curiosity -
presidency His famous talk had Is a record of
moderation, with motivates them. They
meaning stripped from them, wear one theme ,- the necessity to end the word 'liberal' In terms of matters perhaps of if you human want concern to use, THIS WE ARE told by the narrator Gregory Peck. Is have lost something they
with such but conservative when being done by President Lyndon Johnson. seek something.
swamped adjectivesas man's Inhumanity to manslavery.And'twisting .___ __ it comes__to financial affairs and the
L It be assumed that this which written "With of
stunned shattered irm-enwrprist system, WHICH may picture, was you a part me
dismayed, the old European con- must be encouraged" about what each party Is really and directed by Bruce Henchensohn, one of the several fine hath passed away;

shocked and sorrowful.! And we are cept of importance of the sword, Mr. Many conservatives would striving to accomplish by young film-makers with USIA, will do an Incalculable For in the peopled forest
overcome with hindsight warnings, agree with Governor Rocke- way of legislation and governmental service when It Is shown around the world. It should bolsterthe of my mind ,
Lincoln declared. that "right makes feller's definitions, but action. What, Indeed admiration and affection that so many had for Kennedyand A tree made leafless by this
prophetic remarks, and iffy specula' might" v would be puzzled as to what still are the truly sound Invigorate confidence in the missions of the nation of, wintry wind
tion. S the word "moderate" really proposals, and la past experience which he was so much part. Shall never don again its
means. with unsound proposals If it will do this for peoples In other lands It should do It 1 green array.
Mr. Kennedy was that type of "Mainstream," moreover to be Ignored? for us And therefore I say It Is a picture that should be Chapel and fireside, country
Much of this has come from broad ,
man. road and
la evidently a new shown In the United States. bay.
cast commentators, those unfor for "middle of the road synonym," but HAROLD HACMILL AN. Have something of their
tunate fellows with the task of mak- ,When struck down in Dallas practical It could be pointed out that while Prime M I DIaler of THE MOST effective way for the public to Indicate i a friendliness resigned
straddling the center line of Great Britain, once made a wish for'Its distribution In the United States Is to follow that Another, if I would I could
ing' noise to fill the silent void. Someof Politician Kennedy was rebuilding speech in which he of
political traffic II. dangerous spoke old rule write your congressman. Write your senator, too. not find,
it has come from tiny people edging fences which Idealistic Kennedyhad procedure that leads to his soclallst.labor opponentsas I understand from George Stevens Jr., the energetic young And I am grown much old-
follows: director of the Motion Picture Division of er In a day.
knocked down. collisions from both directions that the
and Convinced
the that
into limelight's fringe
"They have sound Itself But I treasure In
many agency can do nothing to stir Congress to make an yet my
hoping for passing reference in history right makes might, he fended off There are, to be sure, very and original Ideas But the exception for this film, as an exception was made to allow memory
books yet to be written.We Communist forces with one hand few people In this country trouble Is that many of their distribution of another USIA. documentary. "Jacquelln Your gift of charity, and
who are not interested In original Ideas are not sound, Kennedy's Asian Journey," two years ago. young heart's ease,
while using the other hand to cleara measures being and many of their sound Here Is a fine chance to start a readjustment of the rigid And the dear honor of your

are reluctant to join the word- path for America's oppressed<< to taken. to..advance.. human welfare Ideal are not original! theory on the handling of the U.S1.A. films. amity-:

makers. But the tragedy of President join the human race. Out of the Con coin -ny ine government life For Is these rich with once these.mine, my

Kennedy's death would be magnified stitution's dry parchment and Supreme and by the usually citizens.comes The disagreement on POTOMAC FEVERBy And I scarce which part

if we did not glean from it Court wordiness, Mr Kennedy the best means to be used. may greater be-

1 some object lessons, however terribly fashioned the nation's newest SIMILARLY, THERE Is a JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau rob What from I keep me.'*of you. or you
taught. nourishment not for the body but how far of the opinion government as to Goldwater says Dean Burch has a four year contract as GOP chairman. It (from "Poems" by George

for the soul. should go In Intervening I I. binds him to show up every payday and to carry six states every election. Santayana, C b a a. Scribners

Our state and our immediate area the economic life of the country Sons 1901)It )
If private Richard Nixon calls for party unity bat it's going to come hard. The unity la is reasonable to believe
do not qualify as staunch Kennedy Like Mr. Lincoln the goal he set perform the task.enterprise But there can la OK but wher 'a the party that at least most of those

boosters. In 1960 Mr. Kennedy lost was not popular. Like Mr. Lincoln, little disagreement with the who walk to the grave feel
Florida by 46.000 votes and Alachua argument that when an emergency Now Barry wants realignment of parties into liberals and conservatives. enriched and bereft. There isis
his acts were not acclaimed Like arises or when something sure doesn't like the present system-the Ins and the down-and-outs. the peopled forest of our
County by 650 votes. Bare majorities minds a leafless
of tree that
Mr. Lincoln he died a violent death. Importance to
supported him In most of the counties ,the people has to be accomplished \More ahakeups the Kremlin with three new members of the Presidium. shall never again be green.
clustered around Alachua. Like Mr. Lincoln, his ideals will per- and there Is no other When a clerk goes to lunch BOW ke leaves word: "If the boss call, get his name."
sever way to get It done, the govern AND LOVE were
ment should do the Job. Khrushchev's son-in-law AUkaei Adzhubel( fired for "mistakes i I in his poured Into all t lie many
The majority of our audience, then In the recent presidential/ work." Mistake No. 1; Picked wrong fathfr.lnIaw.Oictftttsuif1e. graves so decorously marked
U composed of persons with great How does one grieve such a man? campaign the issues were .. in the purity of white! stone

respect for the presidency, with prob- With nailing and gnashing of teeth? not clearly defined by either And If aQ the tears abed because -

able respect for Mr. Kennedy as a With lamentation and self-debase based party. largely It was! a fear campaign her they of them would were fleed I loosed the
on The
personality with some respect for ment With sackcloth and ashes? anti Goldwster people Sun slopes of Arlington.So .
his foreign policy, but with no high afraid of what were can were ed bemused and weighted

regard for his domestic policies.So Or do we offer a prayer for his "reckless" tendencies IB fence.we arrive We at the small neat
star at the flame
spirit thank God for his dwelling world affairs. The backers of
the symbol of the fire and
we expect no local unanimity on amidst UII, grope hopefully for lead. other the Arizona Senator, an the ,{ JOHN I. was, w. pi in.| end energy of lift. We look ..IUaIOCIII
hand wen afraid e ( ry'." r.i par towns .... pn.t.
Mr. Kennedy's importance in the
roll ershipin the void he left and uncomplainingly Irresponsibility la the Florida'a Beautiful -, .e _nsas vWS sa..rr.r sense 01 guilt, at the
call of American presidents. pick up our own tiny handling ef fiscal! problems aeaw ..v> W .. (MSIIIIMia. evergreen covered) g r eve.
/ L and we know that IIe .
burdens? by the government. It wasa Tnivcroitr City t Ylw s.ww i act.w'r.e jal.lantry
aer..| .e5 TMTMUOTC. tIe vitality the wondrous
But Mr. Kennedy was great Great campaign baaed largely oa
von e.rr smile and spirit, the
not in the sense of Franklin D. However manfully we confront the fears There of Is excesses..: real! seed for THE SUNS POLICYi. courage and humanity: ef the I
Roosevelt, who alleviated hunger. BUM were DOt there h
loss, our throats burn slightly and any new torso el "nallgn- >
Great not In the sense of Woodrow irritation creeps behind our eyes and mnt" of the political partiesas I. aeoew 4e holt, U l..oe.t+eny" lit IN wins ee5s..ia erred they live oa .we ,
Wilson sacrificial lamb for nationalistic our thoughts are less crisp such. The process goes ea (xpt.. ..<. (pmon* of tx V.. lr--bu Oily .fcv...<*-' expect to tee boa Incarnate
J. la the banal life and spirit
gods. Great not In the sense i internally all the tin*. There MI".a bow,. So believing we tart and

of Theodore Roosevelt, builder of the iI All this, because we weep inside. is for however the citizens i to definite know more seed The Sun's telephones: All departments 3781111 go our heavy hearts fightel -
by what w. remrmber.rt .

J.j 4


. __ 'Sunday..: Nevamber 1!.'I9ft+ a..."..,,,.sue 7A 1Jacksonville

I Police Captain Acquitted of Bribery Charges I Ponder Board of Resents> I
JACKSONVILLE! (!P-Wltb-I Earlier In the day, Police U Hodges McGee, a Negro for Branch's and McGee't., disc ment didn't want Maydon Burns, case, reportedly because of ill-r TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Gov There has been tome expecta-
out a word of defense Grover C. Starrat Jr., and Sgt mer gambler, testified be paid cussed payments and threats togambling Jacksonville mayor and police Farris Bryant and Cov.-elect Jon that Bryant would announce-
Police Capt. Harry F. Branch Bert W Hagen won directed Branch $800 a month to let him In the Jacksonvillearea. commissioner, to win and tried ness.Trio ,Haydon Burnt will bold their the membership of the new
iron acquittal of bribery charges:verdicts of acquittal when JudgeA. operate. FBI agents said they to embarrass him. ProsecutorJohn 'second meeting next Monday on board at his news conference.
that were prosecuted with the Lloyd Layton ruled that no Helms replied that Burns' to Sing the
made pictures of Branch and In closing arguments defense< appointing new University
lid of witnesses, movies, stillahotoa evidence had been presented to McGee and name was not even mentioned Board of Regents. I
conferring covertly- counsel Albert Data contendedthat The Harmony Trio with I:d See Page 3Inwortont
tape recordings, I support chargN that they, as taken pictures purporting to Branch's arrest stemmed In conversations between Hannah as pianist will appear Bryant said at his news conference -
A six-man criminal court Jury well as Branch took money to Branch and McGee. Announc.m.ntAbout
'how the pair meeting were from federal meddling with: today as Elinn Pentecostal Holiness Thursday that they met Your Future From
brought In the verdict one hour permit a gambling operation shown to the jury The Jurors Florida's governor election Helms took over Friday after Church, located on the last Monday but never got down: DALE
and four minutes after retiring Virtually an the prosecutionwas also heard tape recordings to paign. cam-I I Duval County Solicitor Edward Archer Road. The music program -to seeking agreement on names I CARNEGIE
f vith--the-case-Friday- night-- -. directed- .at-- Capt. Branch.. --- -which. voices- described.---. --I- ------ Data said the_Federal govern:.M.- Booth.' -dropped.. out. of- .the- will begin at I:30 p.m. .of the regents :
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I Ljjy.', .r,'., THE FILM U. S. WON'T SEEL"fl' 1 t CONSCIENCEOF
6 :
A Man for All Seasons' J ",

r John Kennedy has been dead for a "N 'Years of Lightning'C

year now. The shock is worn off, the THE [( i

guard Is chanted, the moments when
Jfrm fork Start
the disciplined mind yields to the unrepentant By BOSLEY CROWTHER SOUTH i

heart are fewer. NEW YORK Seeing that documentary pictures seems to l\IA ULDIN -

be coming back to favor' again, It is especially maddeningand
frustrating to think that some of the beat being madeIn
He was not president very long. By RALPH McGILL
the United States are forbidden by circumstances from h'_ r... ..,..... h.".W
lIe started much and finished little being distributed domestically. f. M .. *....... to*.I ....,.....

and a good deal of what he started I am speaking of the documentaries turned out by the Motion
Picture Division of the U.S. Information Agency for At The
had first been
suggested others.
showing In foreign countries to assist our various aid programs
He was notably unsuccessful deal. and generally brighten the Image of Uncle Sam.

log with Congress. Particularly in Under the enactments whereby Congress enables this agency KennedyGrave
to circulate Information by several media, It Is tacitly
the area of domestic affairs, he was understood (though not to written) that none of the materialIt ?

far from the complete president; produces shall be made available for distribution In this

when the h4. country, unless Congress specifically resolves that It may
glamour fades and the
be. Thoughts at Arlington Cemetery
"shining moment" is forgotten, it On the way out the

will be seen that he did not know, THE REASON for this accepted structure to not so much I taxi driver said: "It .
to prevent books and films, magazines and other such matter -r j! strange, but coming out to
and perhaps did not care to learn, produced with government funds from going Into competition see his grave they don't talk

how to get a piece of legislation with private products ss it Is to assure that the agency t 1 1L 1r |' much. They ask 1 If I can
passed.In will not be used by an Incumbent administration to turn drive close. Or they want to
out propaganda on its own behalf. j> know If It is a long walk.

The reason Is sound in theory. It Is conceivable that an [ That's about It. Mostly they
retrospect it becomes clear, for especially crude administration might use the U.SI.A. to sit there silent,' thinking, I

example, that he could not see the plug Itself -,and, of course the definition of plugging might "i guess about him."
vary, according to which side Is on. But it does seem unreasonable Walking from the great
end of the struggle over his Civil and wasteful when we see certain fine material with gate one sees the gentle curve
Rights bill a bill that his successor held from distribution to the people who paid for It In order I Iy of the earth and the white

without his charm but with consummate to maintain a safeguard that might be sensibly controlled. headstones that march in I

skill, pushed to enactment.But ful amount of sham and false glitter, Such unquestionably fine material are many of the docu- rows, end on end, like poems
and he perfectly to mentary films prepared for no other purpose than to comrnunlcate iof sleep and peace. And one
was willing encourage ,
messages of help, hopefulness and humanity to the < thinks, somehow, of Ash
if he was less successful than the growth and to exploitthe people of the world. the
I have seen several of them. They would ; Wednesday, cross marked
he had hoped to be at home, he was products. But in his private mo- do as much good in our own schools as they do In the schools 1 on the forehead, and the priest

more successful than he could have ments there was none of this. Those and mobile theaters of India and South America. Intoning: "Remember, Man,

hoped to be abroad. It was here, perhaps who saw him at close range remember nt 'A that thou art dust and unto
that personality mattered; this instead the steady stare as he BUT WHAT PROVOKES this upsurge Is the thought that """ dust thou shall return."
our people are going to be denied the opportunity to see a
was the new man, the new generation listened to bad news, the quizzical moved and stirred could
truly magnificent and soul stirring U.SIA. film. It Is titled visibly so evidently that they not or r MANY OF the seemingly
and though the problems were half-smile as he awaited the challenge "John F. Kennedy; Years of Lightning Day of did not wish to speak. endless dead were marines

the same old ones, they seemed somehow of a reporter's question, the Drums." That Is, they're going to be denied it, unless something I hive never seen an audience In a theater react so Intensely soldiers sailors. Some died

more manageable use his look of pure pleasure as he bent to positive is done. to a film. There was scarcely a murmur or a rustleas charging guns or running

expression-In the new hands. hear his son's secrets.A When this feature-length, mostly color picture was screened its factual footage unreeled. Only sobs and sniffles or madly toward .an enemy
in! Washington last Monday night for government and occasional ripples of laughter at certain scenes or indrawnbreaths trench in the deadly years of
newspaper people and members of the diplomatic corps, of admiration and pride at gallant passages were, the trench warfare in France.
I I He came a long way in a short teacher in Tudor England, writing strong men and equally stalwart women left the theater so heard. Some died In holes In the

I time, from the Bay of Pigs, the Berlin of Sir Thomas .More, described earth. Others met death In
At the end, there was stillness and silence, then but a scattering : .
I Wall and an initial misjudgmentof "a man of angel's wit and singular A CONSERVATIVE of applause. The experience had been too deep and teeth cllnced! hand-to-hand

Nikita Khrushchev to the triumph learning; I know not this fellow. For I VIEWPOINT *f touching for the conventional appreciative response. fighting, by or mortar were broken fire. ,Many suddenly -

of the 1962 Cuban crisis. And from where is the man of that gentleness, The reasons are clear on reflection. This Is a documentary died in crashed aircraft or

t' that darkest episode of the atomic lowliness and affability And as time Need ForRedefinition film that so beautifully synthesizes concepts and emotions fell living through the air to
1 of such variety and such immediacy to all of us -and
die In brutal
age he stepped into the tentative, requlreih, a man of marvelous wit contact. S till
to the world In which we live that it provides a complex others had lived
early-spring sunshine of agreement and pastime; and sometimes of as for years to
experience that, plunges one profoundly Into one's self. It die of old age or old wounds
on a nuclear test-ban treaty, and sad a gravity; a man for all seasons." evokes not only recollections of one's own emotional Involvements and were brought there to be

the world came along. He could as well have been writingof In our national triumphs and despairs. It agitates the burled with the military ritualof

There grew up around him a fear. John Fitzgerald Kennedy. being to deep private philosophical thoughts. tape sounding sadly againstthe

.. By DAVID LAWRENCE sky and the explosive 'ol-
WHAT IS DONE In this picture Is to draw up and Juxtapose lays of rifle salutes.

. The Greatness of Mr. KennedyThe WASHINGTON Former President Eisenhower contributed the basic aims of Kennedy while he was President and' But somehow, walking to

to the naUtical world a verY whnl anm. "I"! "/.. />* ./..,1.... the solemn sequential flow of his funeral. The alms comprise the grave of John F. Kennedy
when he said he had -for -expressions; ':; the "Years of Lightning" the efforts he made, the
( following editorial appear. empire.Mr. no use the "left" and seen high on the slope of a
"right" In connection with the talk about reorganizing the things he did, after his brave Inauguration, to start the hill, one bean no sound of
ed in The Sun on November 24, Republican Party Peace Corps, to Instrument the concept of the Alliance for ghostly trumpets or distant

1963. It Is reprinted here In reiponiM Kennedy's greatness was hewn Mr. Eisenhower might also have Included the terms "mod- Progress, to forward the space program, to lead tow IrdclvU guns. The mind thinks on the

to several requests.) from the same rock as that of the erate" and "mainstream," which seem to have become pop. rights In our nation and freedom and peace throughout epic of Roland and the Imagination

Great Emancipator Abraham Lincoln ular lately. For, as a matter of fact, the word "moderate" the world. hears the last challeng-
has These alms ticked off and suggested by footage from
lots of different meanings Including approval of are Ing blast of his horn .and
A man in mufti mounted a convertible many the agency's vaults showing Kennedy In action, carrying his
things that are liberal so that In the word Itself there Is no of his death, the veins all I
Friday in Dallas and rode real delineation between the two. And the same may be said message of peace and progress to various capitals, or illustrating burst by the might of bat
One hundred and three years ago for the term "mainstream." critical happenings_ in the .civil. rights and other programs supreme call Roland's
into heroic immortality.. in 1963. Ana intercut with mss footage are scenes ghost Is there and the sound
Mr. Lincoln posed for a photograph GOVERNOR ROCKEFELLER of New York, for example of the Kennedy funeral skillfully photographed in color. of his horn. 1

The world knew him as John F. by Matthew Brady, then proceededto said last Sunday on the ABC television program "Issues and These represent the "Day of Drums."

Kennedy. make a speech at Cooper Union in Answers"; The arrangement Is appropriate and artful, for It most ALWAYS THERE Is company -
"Frankly I have r effectively leads the mind to equate the Idealism of the
been a moderate Republican and I think as one walks. It does
New York. He said later that the my record of fiscal Integrity here In the state, of the Kennedy administration! and the horrible futility of his tragicdeath. not matter If one goes at the
Somehow we are repelled by the photograph and the speech did more that has been done for people, for the Job And out of this mental equating comes an afflatus early hour when the gates
young people In the
torrent of words set off by theassaasn' than anything else to gain him the schools, for business growth, for increasing Job opportunl- of/ resolve that the national! and humanitarian purposes of open or later. There alwaysare
ties Is the murdered President shall be carried on.
an evidence of it I visitors. More than curI-
so can stand the
With all true on record. It
presidency His famous talk had Is
a record of moderation with perhaps If osity motivates them. They
meaning stripped from them, w. one theme the necessity to endman' the word 'liberal' In terms of matters of you human want concern to use, ,THIS WE ARE told by the narrator Gregory Peck Is have lost something they

are' swamped with such adjectives but conservative when it comes to financial affairs and the being done by President Lyndon Johnson. seek something.
I inhumanity to man-slavery. iree-enierprise! system, which It may be assumed that this picture, which was written "With you a part of me 'e
as stunned, dismayed, shattered An ,'twiating the old European concept must be encouraged." about what each party Is really and directed by Bruce Herschensohn, one of the several fineyounc hath passed away;

shocked and sorrowful. And we are of Importance of the .word Mr. Many conservatives would striving to accomplish by film-makers with USIA, will do an Incalculable For In the peopled forest
of legislation should bolster of mind
with way and governmental service when It Is shown around the world. It my
overcome with hindsight warnings' Lincoln declared that "right makes agree feller's definitions Governor but Rocke action. What, In- the admiration and affection that so many had for Kennedyand A tree made leafless by this
still! I
prophetic remarks, and iffy specula might" v. would be puzzled ss to what deed, are the truly sound Invigorate confidence In the missions of the nation of wintry wind
tion. N the word "moderate" proposals and Is past experience which he was so much a part Shall never don again Its
means. really with unsound proposalsto II It will do this for peoples In other lands, it should do i It green array.
Mr. Kennedy was that type of "Mainstream," be ignored for us. And therefore I say it is a picture that should be Chapel and fireside, country
:Much of this has come from broadcast man. is evidently a new moreover, shown In the United States. road and bay.
synonym HAROLD MACMILLAN, Have something of their
commentators those unfortunate for "middle of the road; but
while Prime Minister I of THE MOST effective way for the public to indicate( a friendliness resigned:
It could be
fellows with the task of making When struck down in Dallas practical straddling the pointed out line that Great Britain, once made a wish for Its distribution In the'United States Is to follow that Another, If I would I could

noise to fill the silent void. Some Politician Kennedy was rebuilding political traffic center Is a danger of speech In which he spoke of old rule write your congressman. Write your senator too not find,

of it has come from tiny people edging fences which Idealistic Kennedyhad ous procedure that leads to his socialist-labor opponents I understand from George Stevens Jr., the energetic young And I am grown much old-
as follows: director of er In a day.
collisions from both direct the Motion Picture Division of USIA, that the
Into the limelight's fringe and knocked down. Convinced that tions. "They have many sound agency Itself can do nothing to stir Congress to make an But yet I treasure in my

hoping for passing reference in his right makes might, he fended off There are, to be sure, very and original Ideas. But the exception for (this film as an exception was made to aUowdistribution memory -
few people in this trouble Is that many of their of another US.LA. documentary "JlcquellnXenuecy'a Your gift of charity and
Communist forces with hand country
tory books yet to be written.We one "
who are not Interested In original Ideas are not sound Asian Journey, two years ago. young heart's ease,
while using the other hand to cleara measures bung appropriate and many of their sound Here Is a fine chance to start a readjustment of the rigid I And the dear honor of your

are reluctant to Join the word. path for America's oppressed, to taken. to..advance- .- human welfare Ideas are not original." theory on the handling of the U,S.I.A. films. amity For:these once mine

makers. But the tragedy of President join the human race. Out of the Con. now oy me government life is rich with these. my
and by the citizens. The disagreement .
Kennedy's death would be mag. stitution's dry parchment and Supreme usually comes on POTOMAC FEVERBy And I scarce which part

t allied if we did not glean from It Court wordiness, Mr. Kenne-, the best means to be used. may greater be-
SIMILARLY THERE!! Is a JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau what I keep of you,' or you
object lessons however terribly "
some dy fashioned the nation's newest difference of rob from me.

taught. nourishment not for the body but bow far the opinion govern ss eat to Goldwater aays Dean Burch has a four year contract as GOP chairman. It t (from "Poems" by George
should go In intervening I binds him to show up every payday and to carry fix states every election. Santayana, C b a s. Scrlbnen
for the soul n Sons, 1901)
Our state and our immediate area the economic life of the coun- Richard Nixon calls for bat It's It la reasonable to believe
try If private enterprise party going to come hard. The unity is i
do not qualify as staunch Kennedy Like Mr. Lincoln, the goal he set perform the task. But there can la OK. but wherc'a the party that at least most of those

boosters. In 1960, Mr. Kennedy lost little disagreement with the who walk to the grave feel
was not popular. Like Mr. Lincoln argument that when Now Barry wants realignment of parties into liberals and conservatives. H.( enriched and bereft There is
Florida by 46,000 votes and Alachua his acts were not acclaimed. Like arises or when emergency something sure doesn't like the present system-the ins and the down-and-outs. in the peopled forest of ear

County by 650 votes. Bare majorities of vital Importance to minds a leafless tree that
Mr. Lincoln he died a violent death. More shakeup In the shall never again be
supported him In most of the the people has to be accomplished Kremlin with three new members of the Presidium. gren.
counties Like Mr. Lincoln, his ideals will per- and there Is no other When a clerk goes to lunch lOW ke leaves word : "If the boss calls, get hie Dame."
clustered around Alachua. GRIEF AND LOVE
way to get It done, the were
severe. should do the Job. Khrushchev'i son-in-law Aleksei Adihubet Is fired for "mistakes In his poured Into all the many

The majority of our audience, then. In the recent president I a I work." Mistake No. 1 : Picked wrong tltherIn.law.Oiaittesuifle. graves so decorously marked
is composed of persons with great How does one grieve such a man? campaign the Issues were And to the purity of white stonei.
b all the tears shed because
respect for the presidency with probable With mailing and gnashing of teeth? not clearly defined by either of them were loosed

respect for Mr. Kennedy as a With lamentation and selfdebasement based party. largely It was on a fear.campaign T he here they would fI l OG d the

personality, with some respect for ? With sackcloth and ashes\ ? anti GoMwater people were iun slopes of Arlington.So .

his foreign policy but with no high afraid of what... called bemused and weighted,
we arrive at the small
regard for his domestic policies.So -reckless" tendencies: la
Or do we offer a prayer for his fence. We stare at the Came
spirit thank God for his dwelling world affairs. The backers of the symbol ef the fire and
the Arizona
we expect no local unanimity on Senator oa the .sae e .. ueenw v's..r adr i energy of life. We look with
amidst us, hopefully for leadership
grope other hand were afraid e f +tit. p .ax Pat cowtaa ... ....
Mr. Kennedy's importance in the roll ,In the void he left, and ua- "Irresponsibility" IB the Florida's Beautiful -, .. x.aeew __ ..- some sente! of guilt at the
call of American presidents. handling ., fiscal w s.ei 1- w. e. tea evergreen covered g r ....
complainingly pick our own
up te
and know
L we that tie
by the It TnlvenJty City a' eees.e.e, vs. w..rr rat .. iallantry. -
government 1
tno"eYer was rne 'we .O 1.exaweee.vu. the vitality the wondrous
But Mr. Kennedy was great Great a campaign based \largely onfears sow... cr..w r..w smile and spirit the
rot In the sense of Franklin D. manfully we confront the Is flctl8fLThere no real lIPId for THE SUN'S POLICY courage and humanity ef the

Roosevelt who alleviated hunger. loss, our throats burn slightly and any nw form of "realign- nan were not there Interred
I. ......s eM _' end + ... they bee e..we
Great not in the sense of Woodrow irritation creeps behind our eyes and men! of the political parties k.ap h"esl ey an news cor.-
to ban
as such The 2. CipraM the ee. aw .. t>* Soft l In-** oily i.-.ei5oeneIu. expect see Incarnate
Wilson, sacrificial lamb for nationalistic our thoughts are less crisp. process goes ee to the national life and sprit
Internally all the time. i. fublMh .* wdn W .hypo tin* __ iiial tew**.
,odl. Great not in the senseof So believing, we tore and

Theodore Roosevelt builder of the All this because we weep inside. Is for. however the citizens a to definite know more need The Sun's telephones: All departments 3781111 p -by ear what heavy we remember.F hearts lighted


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I Jacksonville Police Captain Acquitted of Bribery Charges; !-Ponder Board of Regents I
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JACKSONVILLE! (AP-With-) Earlier In the day Police U. Hodges McGee, a Negro former Branch's and McOe's, discussed ment didn't want Hayden Burns 'case, reportedly because of illness TALLAHASSEE CAP) Gov There has been some expects'
out I word of defense testimony, Grover C Starrat Jr., and Sgt. gambler, testified he paid payments and threats to!Jacksonville mayor and police Farris Bryant and Cov.-elect Jon that Bryant would announcethe
Police Capt. Harry F. Branch Bert W. Hagen won directed Branch $800 I month to let him gambling la the Jacksonville commissioner, to win and tried Haydon Burns will hold their. membership of the new
won acquittal of bribery charges verdicts of acquittal when JudgeA. operate. FBI agent said they area to embarrass him. Prosecutor Trio to second meeting next Monday on board at his news conference.
that were prosecuted with the Lloyd Layton ruled that DO made pictures of Branch and In closing arguments, defense John Helms replied that Burns'I Sing appointing the Few University
lid of witnesses, movies, itlll evidence bad been presented to McGee conferring and covertly counsel Albert Data contended name was not even mentioned The Harmony Trio with E d Board of Regents Sec Pogo 3
photos and tape recordings, support charges the they is taken pictures purporting to that Branch's arrest stemmed In conversations between Hannah: as pianist will appear Bryant said at his news conference Irrxxwtonf Announcnwnt
A six-man criminal court Jury well as Branch, took money to how the pair meeting were from federal meddling with Branch and McGee today as dim Pentecostal Holiness Thursday that they metlast About Your Future From
brought in the verdict one hour permit a gambling operation shown to the Jury The Jurors Florida's governor election 1:111I-1 Helms tool; over Friday after Church located on the Monday but never got down DALE
tnd four minutes after retiring. Virtually all the prosecutionwas also heard tape recordings in paign. I Duval County Solicitor EdwardM. Archer Road. The music program to seeking agreement on names CARNEGIE
with-- the-case Friday, night- .. _directed at Capt Branch.. which voices, described I .u _.Data said I the_federal govern Booth, dropped.out of the wilt_begin at 1:311: p.m. _:of, the regents.
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TALLAHASSEE By golly. "+ 4'"p
They actually did It
Florida State dropped the
Big B (Biletnlkoff) and the Big
1 Toe (lei Murdock) on the Ga '
tors Saturday and wound up Its
greatest football season ever
with a well earned 11-, triumph "
over Florida that was the ,
Seminoles first ever In the heated .
L rivalry between the 11 ate : ,
ry ""-'

school The triumph put the Semi\ ]
notes In the Gator Bowl cam i'.

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Gator End Barry Brown Grabs Leg After Short Gain P5,5. 'flu ffY q.W .
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II. I w 1h ,
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Notre ". .
Dame M I "
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Zips ,"P1.0.N......1eI .... 7M 4.
nn.11N 14 II Gator Harper Heads Into FSU Wall. .
on Jan 2. The CB Committee
was here and quickly offer- ,
Past Iowa 280SOUTH ed the bid which Coach Bill Peterson
even more rapidly ac Arkansas
cepted. FSU finished 1-1-1 losing RapsRaidersl70
BEND Ind (AP) -A margin although Iowa scrapped At that point Snook wa. only to VPI and being tied
costly Iowa pass Interference ferociously In the penalty smothered for a 13-,ard los I by Houston while downing MIamI
play .triggered unbeaten Notre peppered contest which law and after three Snook Incomple-. Texas Christian New
fame to Its ninth straight victory Iowa passing star Gary Snook tloni the Irish took over! Oft Mexico State, Kentucky Georgia .
; tt-0 over the Inspired Hawk : never quite able to get In any their final touchdown drive.. Southern Mississippi, North ,
eyes In a bitterly-fought Irish solid aerial licks against the That was pretty much the ito Carolina State and the GatoriBiletnlkoff .
borne football final Saturday, hard-charging: Irish defenders. ry of Iowa'i attempt to upset caught a SS- yard For 10.0 Mark
Notre Dame's third touch ,. second quarter pass from
A near capacity crowd of Ge,- the relentless Irish, who spilled
down in the first sustained quarterback Steve Tens for thetouchdown .
000, In cam Snook the nation No. 1 .
shivering IJ-degree passer .
Irish drive of the in end Murdock kickeda .. < '
weather asw the top-ranked Irish game early for damaging, losses every &UDOtKn. T'.. ,(Arl sate prior s* the game the
hruk scoreless rte hi the UM last Quarter, when halfback I time b* had till Hawkeye attack third period field goal 01 *4 I Quarterback Fred Marshall ran, Tech putted alt the upset II
Nick Eddy skirted end into the seemingly on the move. yards and two In the fourth and third-ranked would
;c.miir r, after the inter I passed Arkansas probably win an JnvltaUon. -
ferenc csU., n lows's. three-. end son from the Iowa eightWith Snoot: wound up with only lock quarter of M and 40 yards to to a 17-4 victory over Texas/ But despite a great fin
55 seconds of the It
yard line *: left WolsU scored his second game ,eight completions: on U passesor Florida up lone SCOT was a Tech Saturday and send the Razorbacks :half performance and the run-
I 7T Into the Cotton sing of fanny Andersen
Halfback yards. Bowl the
Bill WolsU smashed touchdown on a one-yard six yard bunt at right tackle
with their first unbeaten team Red Raiders just couldn't: pull I It
touchdown the The fame, In which the In the final .
across for the on plunge, capping a 61-yard drivein by Jack: Harper pa- off
next play. Three minutes later, which WolsU and Eddy alternated :hilled linemen wore gloves I old to culminate a 71 yard since Joining the Southwest Conference
Notre Dame hit the still-stunned In blasting the tiring had feeling running high I lurg In flv* plays that marked Kicking specialist Tom Me-
Hawkeyea with a M-yard touch Hawkeye line. I throughout, but outside of one I the Gatori' best showing of The verdict gave the Porkers Knotty contributed a ",ard o
down pass, from John Huarte to This fourth Irish score came I brief sauareoff between Notre the day sole possession of the SWC field goal hi the final quarter to t
Jack Snow and the Irish had a right after Iowa made Its deeep. I)ame', 262-pound Kevin Hardy Any hopes the Calori had of championship. They meet Nebraska close out the scoring.Lamb's I ,
144 halftone lead. est penetration, reaching Notre and Iowa's IM-pound Ivory McDowell Inning their sixth lime In the 177 victim of Oklahoma touchdown catch wai
That proved a solid Irish lame's 2t there was no real bad series trickled away in the early In the Cotton Bowl Jan. L a breath-taking feat H* leaped
high Into the air with of
tI loot
minutes of the game when Marshall directed the team
Tech defender, seized
the ball
When Huart hit Snow on the quarterback Tom Shannon bobbled from the Oxarki IS yards In 14
and Ml Into the end
NeGraskaFallsInh'ina t-yard touchdown pas In the on a third down and one playa to register a third-quarter tone ,
econd period two Irish school lay at the FSU one yard line. touchdown and crack open a "
ecords: were broken. It gave Florida had recovered: a SemInole defensive contest Rose Bowl] ". :
I Snow: moat touchdowns for one bobble on the second FSU The senior signal caller sent : lUt 8/lOrl of (;(1(" .
canon -'eight and Huart running play of the game after Bobby Burnett into the end none
e,17-7 j M author of most touchdowns the kickoff to gain great territory from six yards out and then Oregon St.
n 11 season rushing or passing, at the Garnet and Gold following a Tech fumble, chilled 4
1. a Tech homecoming! crowd of
NORMAN Okla. (AP) Ins the next play"halfback tarry lg.The Or Trojans?
arctic wind also affected In fact, fumbles plus an 49,000 with a 21-yard scoring
spired Oklahoma smashed" Brown broke over th. left uirte's: passing lime as he arouaed FSU defense, plagued strike to md Jerry Lamb
fourth ranked Nebraskan hopes side for I 48-yard t touchdownrun. Ii led only II and completed fouror the Gator all day The reception by Lamb was LOS ANGELES AP) Ores
for It* first perfect season since fl 112 yards. Florida twice hobbled away perhaps the offensive highlight/ Inn State and Southern Call/or
ItlS Saturday with twe fourth, Nebraska fought back gamely Eddy with M yards on 17 car- field position In the first hall of a cold gloomy day and apparently ale finished In a tie tor the Paul
quarter touchdowns that gave but Sooner Carl McAdams Intercepted les and WolsU with I* for II the Initial one resulting In spelled disaster 10''t Athletic Conference cham-
the Soonen a come from behind' Bob CJmrchlcb'i: fourth tyke. led the decisive ground FSirs touchdown the second I 'ech'i visions of a Gator Bowl :ploiMlilp Saturday, .but the ROM
J7-7 victory. I down pan la the end ton to I tack which piled up 1(7 yards "'Iplng out I IF surge Itt be ,Md ,Bowl representative may not be
The Sooner triumph also atop the threat II salt I (Caotlamd M Page *J) Officials of the Florida bowl II decided until Newt 2t.
stopped Cotton Bowl-bound Ne Oregon Slate edged Oregon 7.
braska's winning streak at It I and Southern" California
straight/ and put a slight taint on SPURRIER TO CASEY CLICKS It crushed UCLA 24-11, giving the
the Cornhujker'i Big Eight conference winners II conference records,
title. Ov,..-.h. Oregon Slate completed
It took a J4-14 victory/ by Its season M while USC
sour! over Kansas to :.1 la M with Notre Dam \\a play
indusputed league crown for seat Saturday
Buskers. Th* first step fa the selection
Oklahoma frustrated at almost of an opponent for Michigan,
every turn during a disappointing the Big Ten champion,. wilt betaken
season played brilliantly Monday when athletic
and Increased to directors of Uw eight' PAC '
chances of a bowl bid. school will vote *a whether t e,
Seam 1-1t they are prepared to vote for arepresentative
The Sooner with a regular tile following :
seasoa game against Oklahoma day
State remaining stand Ion U th* preliminary vote k sot I
I Nebraska which last Sunday imanmwu*. the/ final balloting I
jctepted aa I tovttaboa to meet will be delayed until No' *. 2f, 1
Arkansas ta tile Cotton Bowl the Jay after USC meeta the. '
Jan. I. ended Us regular seaaoa tojwaaaed Irish. Because a I'
with a M need Including f1fa ROM Bowl contender UH .has
the Big Eight.Oklakana'a .* guise to play the final tote .Hue Civet Extra Effort
godhead touchdown most likely all lie postpoaH.
cam M a eoaasie whJbt- Official do aot have to select
lice of ball control as the Soon- die canfermc or ""-.D leader
en drove la-yards ks 24 plays a- They tot simply for a rpresentativ HOWTOPTENFAREDL
rth quarterback Bobby Pact F7 team !
climaxing K by pnshmg sear Oregon SUU, with Ba letter '
I I $oShcMlltItLL Noire Cam*, beat Iowa .4
framthn.yanBn*. record,would appear U M the ,
TM Sooner .bond*! the SUN l Ie fcal chok*. .but a good ...... 2. Alabama, *f>M
snatch sue; to die tUrf quarter Mxl4rKCuNPHOTOS r Nelthlammee TreiMM against 1 Arkansas, beat Toaa Tech, 17
and used ip more than eight auld swing OM Nebraska, M to Wab u, HII.T
minute of tile final period decision a* CSG *.a.. *pM
aeertag witk I.II left After the UCLA-USC m fed I. Michigan beat Ohio State. 1..
Oklahoma added the Icing a Btu..' CMeh Bill Banes and 7. OW Slat. M to Mirhif, 1Mi
'few plays later after AfleaBjumardner ,Trolana' Coach John McKay Louisiana 11*. best Tulaiw 11-1
Intercepted a >. said separately that fSC would I. Syracuse, tot w W sl Virginia/ Jl.U
haiku ea) the it and returned i aWe lilt .hot lean lor she M. On**, lott b Oregon Slat. 74
*past to ft* Gonhnsksr 41 PLAT COVTBS'10 YARDS 70 TICK UP FIRST DOWN FOB CATORS .' bowL

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1.A Cant**.;, s... .....;'? ..,.,.... Lam. ii..i

I IFlorida, State Better (This Day). Than Florida ]I

Florida went for the onslda kickoff, failed badly with It In retrospect, let's be fair We knew It was going to happen .
TALLAHASSEE Moms and dads put the children out and FSU had it close. Close enough to work In for the one day, this first FSU victory. Nobody wanted it to be
temporarily. I'm here today to tell you a horror would have been more
of tight final Lei Murdock field goal that lowered the coffin for hi 1964. More like 2064 acceptableto
story thit'i purely frightening but molt believable. Florida. the Gator fans. But It has happened.And .
Florida State beat Florida In a football lame Saturday.The Florida should have kicked deep gambled In holding you know what One season has ended. A new one
Seminoles not only had the temerity to do luch an Iffm Maybe the ball again in starts next Saturday against Miami and continues the following -
FSU and forcing a punt perhaps getting
unheard of thing but they were mighty cold-blooded about It week against LSU. I'll take 24 In those last two
favorable field
I'm afrlad that the FSU football team that won on Saturday position.Unfortunately, Florida bad not been stopping FSU the last games How about you?
j Nov 21, 1964 wag I better foothill team (this day mind half when the Seminoles took possession no matter what partof Then there's one other point I've never held with the
you) than Florida. view that what's good for FSU Is bad for' Florida Only
I Any chance or chances, mayhaps that the Gators had of the field. when the two schools are playing each other. When FSU

maintaining their superiority and winning string over FSU FSU'l cockiness (and they are that, rightfully) than a quick wins from other people the Seminoles add prestige to the
went by the boards quIte fait, one, and quite late two. Gator touchdown right at the start of things. 'Safe' Plays Not Safe athletic fame of a great state that Is going to grow greater
The Gators couldn't have asked for a more golden oppor The fumble at the one-yardlln. on third down erased op I'm for the Garnet and Gold nine Saturdays a season andI
tunity than they had In the first couple of minutes. Nothingwas portunity. It knocked only once like that an entire day. It's a known fact this year three defeats of It. The gambles wish them the worst kind of mishaps on the 10th.I .
better than recovering an FSU bobble deep In Indian Then came fumble on top of fumble, snarling Gator chancesto Florida' Is taking aren't succeeding. The "safe" plays want FSU to win that Gator Bowl game on Jan. 2,
territory. Nothing was more calculated to deflate some of get a cohesive offense clicking And you know how It la. they've tried have turned out to be not so safe now that the SemInoles are In It
'j Just like the Georgia game Keep dropping that football and If you knew why Tom Shannon fumbled on the oneyardline It will look that much better on' the record in 1965 when

_. ri sooner or later the other fellow's going to put it down in why Steve Spurrier dropped a ball right out In the opts the Caters pin their ears back .--.. _
i your end tone. on a run, why reliable Charles Casey fumbled alter catching Enjoy yourself you folks Tallahassee.. You made a big
That the Seminoles did on the bomb from Steve Tensl to a pass for a long gain and how he muffed anotherone mistake Saturday. You beat the Caters and now all you
Fred Biletnikoff. How could such a thing )happen to the that had six points written all over it, why Marquis have to look forward to next year Is to wffer the consequences. -
nation's No. team on pass defense? Baeazler couldn't hold the bill after a generally routine playof .
back kickoff then know somethingthat
running a you might
-.. Had to See It m one else can answer at the moment. I

,. Those things are the difference between a great year and Let a Smile Be Your
Well you had to see It to understand. FSU dropped a not so good season
back three) and four blockers as a protective wall In front Florida State has a good football team- I didn't think they Umbrella When You Wear an '
of the M Tensl- Florida worried beforehand over the FSU would beat the Caters Saturday But I wasn't deluding myself -
aerial game, rushed with a threat and four-man front, Just that they couldn't do 1U I also did not delude myselfto Andes Main coat _.. _.

... like the pros The Gators generally couldn't get through. the point of Tallahassee colleague Bill McGrotha who blithely --::' :a
Tensl had time, time, time And this one time ha threw forecast a 21-0 FSU triumph on Friday .
right on target. Blletnlkoff got behind his double defenders, Unless It's the Baltimore Colts no college team In the
plucked the ball and the touchdown. country Is going to beat Florida that badly any time, any
At that, the Caters did a Job on Biletnlkoff. They often time when the Gators play a normal game
had three and four blue ahlrts surrounding him., They hit Which brings up a real ..illtem. The Galore Just haven't k.,
him like I itreamroller when he caught it. Twice, the Big been the same since the Alabama game The fluidity of their t"
,B was Jarred loose from catches. He caught only two. But offense In the first five games of the season Is gone. The
he caught the one that counted. defense is OK but the pressures on It have grown with each
Then there was the gamble the Colors tried after they game. The offense hasn't been able to give the defense a
came to lift and scored In the final period to make It M chance to catch a breath In hte games with Gorgia and
with nine minutes remaining FSU.Or so It seems



Not 'Girls' School'' Anymore

44 W

By LARRY WOODS erson. Just outside Peterson'i office I "I tried to offer the wreathto
Sun Sports Writer ; "I knew we could, and Saturday afternoon. Coach Graves," Peterson
TALLAHASSEE -Gatof fans would protect him." On the delivery card was the told a battery el writer after

BILL PETERSON had better can that garbage A black wreath apparently Inscription "Give to those the game, "But he didn't want
F.S.U. COACH Gaton about Florida State being anybody's a practical Joke sent from a Florida rejects In care of the part of It," grinned Pet-
Watches Semlnolea gave Trip.M* ly THMir Lewis "Little Sister" Cocoa :Beach Gator fan, tat FSU Dressing Room." any .
II That's a sensitive spot with

\( the) Seminoles here. Bill Peterson *
StateStudents plus a squad of rough
Florida house Seminole players, don't
take kindly to that kind of

FillStandsEarly "I'm tired of everyone calling '
this a girls' school," said,
teterson, following the biggest I
career.win of his and FSU'l football. AND SADDEST"Now

"We've had to eat a lot of r rt

\ crow in the past, but that's By LARRY WOODS 1 with the sticky fingered flank Florida. "They were a mighty
over now. Sun Sparta Writer Tine football team but W.'rljolt
By JOE: HALBERSTEIN one from Tampa. Untold number "The next 10 years here U TALLAHASSEE The mom er"I'd' a little better" added the J London
Sea Sports Editor of special buses were parked going to be the most glamour, ent of truth; If there Is such a have to say Kirk stayedon Fort Myers Junior. by Fog1 i

TALLAHASSEEThe!; gates In the.adjoining.tot, ous and fascinating place ir, thing, came for Florida State me better" than anyone baa
to Doak Campbell'Stadium .:.;;;... America for a boy to play football fana here Saturday after they all season, said the Erie, Pa,
didn't open until 11:JO eon Sat- Some 4,000 FSV and UF people beamed the Jubilant P*. did everything to the Colors except senior. See Page 3

t unity but several thousand FSU attended the pre -game barbecue rub their tummies and lull Blletnlkoff's partner In crime Important Anneunctmtnt
students already were occupying I In Tully gymnasium from I"I knew we could take Flor. them to sleep Steve Tensl patted his Number About Your Future From

their 50 yard lines seats 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Scores of parties and I believe he boys fell I With less than a minute/ left One receiver on the back for DALE
at the time. Seminole students, Friday night were wellattended the very same way. to play Saturday the roar from eluding the Cater secondary CARNEGIEGolnaavilla The Andes gives you all the. protection you need Thisbeautifully

get their seats on /int-come,, by VIPs from both uni Long Time the stands took up the chant, and said, "Our line simply gave tailored coot has o stand-up collar fly
first served bull By 12:30 versities. waited longtime me all the time I needed." I I front self and
"We've a very "We're Number One, We're Sun yoke, Is made of the very finest cotton.A .
--- --- --
a.m., the East stands were solid for this and you can't begin Number One."
comforting feature li the
Democrat 'Florida was dropping backon split shoulder with London
reserved for The
In the section to know how proud I am I Published vtnlngt except
FSU, almost completely empty I put out a special edition Satur- ;i" everybody," added the This was followed by an even most of our pass plays but I Saturday, and Sunday morning Fog's special Third Barrier Construction. It defies -
from the 35 yard line to the I lay morning for the game Emblazoned handsome coach.In larger cry of, Gator Bowl, Gi- knew Fred and Don (Floyd) by the illl.Oubsi the most devastating downpour. For perfect temperature
goal lint where UF fans were I In big size type (col. signing a Gator Bowl bid tor Bowl, Gator Bowl-" could out trick 'em. On that i 2nd llthlng Plact.Company Gainnvlll ot Florida control, this easy convertible Is equippedwith

to sit I Bred red) on the first page was minutes after burying an axe long touchdown pass to Fred I and ." ."d at Mcond cloumotur a zip-out wormer made of 100% orlon pile.
I II he headline, "This 11Th. skin of Ed Pritchett, the running quay had ample time to throw and at It* Post Office atGalrwtvllli
In the almost tender Sizes Regular 34-46 Short 36-42. Long 3646. In
FSU officials went to every I)net"! terback for the Seminoles was was confident he would get In Florida.CIRCULATION .
I extreme to locate seating for, the Gators Indicated here Saturday he and Peterson his both the happiest and saddest the open" remarked the blond FATES ITCARRtm natural and black with black liner. $40.00.

the big game. There were 1-| First Florida coach on the Warriors would like a ahot at man In the FSU dressing room giant quarterback. OR MAIL I It Our Ladies Dept have Lady London Fog Coats.

MO chain placed around the I scene was freshman mentor Georgia Tech. here following the 16-7 victory. Lea Murdock a 233 pound M.Wuk.. 1J..45I .SI DuPont' reg. tm.
field four aectlons of temporary 1 Java Fuller He attended a "For the longest time now "Thla was Just awful to sit kicking specialist who didn't
itands In the corners between 1 ilgh .choollam. In Cairo, Ca., I've had the Impression the out," said the Decatur Ca, even get dirty and who personally All mail lubtcrlptloni swat
be paid In odvonctMtmbtr
the aide atandi and the I Friday night on a scouting mil accounted for 10 -point SJ/l
Gator Bowl was strictly reserved junior. "But I just knew we of Audit Sumac of
end leats. These "temporaries" I lion remarked via his hUty toe said the Seminoles Circulation. ;
lone for the Gators, had the confidence and pol 1 se .
"just wanted Florida
held 240 and 195 "
Peterson. to win this one. All rntttrW MKttM fenl* *
(two sections) each according I It wasn't FSU'l homecoming FSU's game plan went according more than Florida reallied." t.. .....wry of ... euin.Mli.' '. 225 W. UNIVERSITY AVI.
r UMIlM Coney (Ct IMA R
to FSU ticket pales director game but the housing area to schedule, aald Peterson More Confident Phil Spooner he hacked out rMuctlW'i I III _I tr "M pry MIrklly
Benches also looked like It. FSU students had Big Bill "Red" Dawson an- 71 big yards against the Gators, MrMMMt vIKMu, ItW .iHtM Free Perking en let Federal Lot
M Ronnie Melton. as he reviewed the biggest ,..........? M as _,_.
lined both sidelines for 100 full erected many types of decorations upset In Intra-stata foot other Georgia boy who matched had an Indirect kind word for I

yardi. I exhorting their Seminoles ban history. the Caton Saturday musclefor i -
to beat Florida. And enthusiastic muscle, was even more con- ni
Saturday's game had] this Gator fans took an ad In the I Doable Cover fident of the Seminoles than .iJ-
coverage, Judging by press box Tallahassee paper. It said simply -,I "We floured! Florida would Pritchett.
And showedan and double cover our ends
peat markings: "Go Gators. try
Blletnlt 0 f f.l tell me," said the EO
Associated Press Atlanta aroused alligator chasing a and especially
Tunes West Palm Beach Post- retreating! Semlnole. They did and this gave us an I pound senior tackle "don't yw I II
Times, United Press International opportunity to run more than really think we could play Notre II I
Duval Hotel Dame a good ball game In one I
Nashville Banner, Atlas The lobby of the usual. "
ta. Journal Constitution Florida was the "meeting place" of vis "No one, I don't cart who of I the bowls?

Times Union Peiuacola itors. Reunions were held by they are can afford to double Out of politeness reporter)I
New ournal. Tampa Tribune, hundreds of Gator fans with cover a good passing attack grinned and nodded In agreement
St. Petersburg Times Tallahassee frlenda from this city and other -and not feel \the"sting of some ,
Democrat, Miami Herald, areas good running "I will have to say we go t
Jacksonville Journal, Miami I Uw FSU coach. knew I some good breaks" continue I
News, Orlando Sentlnle Daytona Former Florida Head basketball Peterson apparently Dawson "Florida fumbled th coach John Mauer was on what he was talking about. His
Beach News-Journal, Fort then
out- ball more than I expected I i
hand to look over potential pro charged up
Lauderdale News, Sarasota to do but were there as I expected
Herald Tribune Augusta, Ca., prospects. Mauer had seen the' rushed the Galore 142 yardsto we would be," he added
Chronicle Clearwater Sun Bra- Gators three times before this a puny M for the Orange "Right now I would say DMGatorure I i
denton Herald, five Miami season but It was his tint look and Blue.
the second beat teen I i
band of SemInoles .
scouts, two LSU scouts and at FSU. He said he could not The last time a hard and determined In the South. You know o I I
four members of the Gator disclose any details of particular fought as
: Florida 100. old course who la Number One t t
he might be watchIng on
committee. players
Bowl selection "
? he aald.
I Andy Jackson high tailed It you
Fred Biletnlkoff, FSU's tin
Pre game feeling In Tallahassee Florida showed at 1:35: I back"I told to Tennessee.Steve Tensl) he couldgo big time All American, was u 1 i
.. was atratoipheri high pm and In his tux If high praise for Dick: Kirk, the i it4FOUR.
at for the traditional walk around out play
Girls answering telephones
Pet-l I primarily to stkl
I remarked man assigned 9aJJ
FSU, raid "Florida State University the field. Surprisingly the Ga- he wanted- .
-Go, Seminoles! FSU ton were not subjected to as
fans had lapel pins "Gator Gig much of a "huln," as one

." A giant pep rally drew would have expected under the r DRIVE-IN GROCERY I WA
LOOt students and started I con. circumstance. .

usual drum beating by an FSU Whatever your ptopoitlon o..r cow ruot tDM .
which to continue)| A pre game poll of writer TRAINEESWANTED
fraternity was 'I MANAGER for she count Nn we fit you lit pod *f rue
right up to gametlme with frat tabbed Florida to win by a If tuxk. w..... .... m, Hw M the bole In* n4tapw
I 111: score and by a 144 margin
members taking turns at the
from two to twM Platy or ifae front, nguUr,
tom-tom. On the FSU dressing'lit number of writer.
long or there use. OuruinoVfl eeth trees for t*
''I room blackboard a figure was fan HMcn from
number of Gator cornerback Dick Kirk
\ chalked representing!
hours remaining until start of was ill Friday eight, U was reported -I Mete, 25 re> so hi menee.er trainee ,..ltletta whit $11.95 to $15.00
before but he Jecb...'. Mini Markets. PeU vecetiea end ether
'k For example at 1pm. gametlme
the action.
wK. .. ..lIfle4. Prefer wte rie4 epee. O
had recovered lufficlently rtafe
Coach Bill Peterson put apparently
FSU b'llm. time 1 I foil time ." off. SreitiM seicrtos: Hr
At 2 SilYJjflJ.J1Jf.
up I "I. p.m. lit eiperleMed emptoyiiMM ine..fert SSj.OO a week, O
player wiped It off and the Sem
lnoles burst for the field ol Several Gator pliyers received ed for experienced mewejort $100.00 per

play. anonymous letter* In the Apply U pen**f. Mr. llnndelt, 225 W. Univ. Avw.
mall during the week, presumably JeckseVs Minit Merket.
Three special trains brought from FSU fans outliningthe 1214 N.W. 15th Ave.GeIa..ilJe Phone 3781611Next 1 To Fla. Theatre
In some 2100 fans to the game horrors that awaited the Ga
Two came from JackJM Ilia torn at Doak Campbell Stadium|j
h 1/



_. Sunday. November 22. 1964 Gainesville Sun O3


Seminoles VictoriousOn


Passing Kicking

e t.y ,

(Continued from Page 01)) TensI, operating behind fine down fullback Wayne Card lno I let Jimmy Hall's boot made it

pass protection all day long, fumbled and linebacker Ron I 3-7,
FSU 43 to
on a completion
threw deep to BUelnik 0 f I PursellgotltattheU.

Casey. I around the Gators' 10 A pair of On the first Gator play the, Gamble hues '
Another Cator fumble, on the.' frantic UF defenders tried hard pattern of the day began to un, The Caters then gambled onthe

second hall kickoff, led to but the pitch was perfect BUet- !fold. Shannon, starting for the onside kickoff and It fizzled

Murdock's first field goal to nIkoff grabbed it, waltzed In- first time In four gamei, IS FSU got It at Florida's 43.

s i help shoot FU ahead 104. to the air and the clock showed couldn't find the handle but re- The Seminoles surged d 0 w n tow

ry+ F s i And late In the third period --0 with 10:57 to go In the half. ceovered at the 20 for a yard II on n 27-yard pass by Ten.

a tw | sure handed Casey, who And FSU war on its way to tow. He then passed to end ii. A run and two passes failed

9, r ,'I caught I passes for 129 yards In Its coveted, desired, cherished, Gary Thomas at the 11 for nine and Murdock again was truefor

another brilliant day, let one and welcomed first ever win and fullback Larry Dupree ripped a 40-yarder with ':G to go.
} ; fall through his hands after getting against the Gators. I I for three, four and two That sealed the Gators' doomon

I behind an FSU defender at It appeared Florida, which yard In three carries to put Itat this beautiful November day.
the Seminoles' 30. It might have I the one on third down.De. Florida tried on I flurry of
borrowed stunt from
a Navy
but Winfred and
been a7 yard touchdown passes Bailey
play. came out with "Go for Seven"emblazoned .s the Nimble Bill\ McDowell picked oft a pair

I across the front of Then came the second tunable and hard rush on Spurrier kept

Hit Big One players' uniforms, waa off and and end George D'Altosan-! The Gators did a good Job on

Hitranikoff F 1, But take nothing away from running at the start dro got It at the three. letnikoff, limiting the fleet
( ) FSU. After the Seminoles got a I Phil Spooner, the best runner Florida stopped FSU three Flu receiver to Just two catch-

life on Shannon's miscue and secured I on the field this black (for times, forcing punts The Galore e. But one was all he and

field position after Spur Florida) Saturday, ran back the had chances from the Sera- Flu needed and the Seminoles

rier's babble, they hit the big kickoff from two yards In the inolei' C, the Florida 35 and Floyd hauled in sevenfo rS

FSU ACE TENSI FIRES BUT ITS INTERCEPTED BY GATORS' TRAMMEL one fast end tone to the 17. On second the Florida 41 They sot a yards as passing proved dominant. .

fourth shot when Allen Trammel ; FSU ran for 14J yards,

u plucked an overthrown passed for 190. The Caters JOtonly

LaudsPS '> Tenal pass at the Cater' 41 (7 on the ground against

On a third down and five set I the nation's No. 4 team on rushIng *
: defense Florida did hit 12
up, Spurrier swept end,
appeared of 24 tosses for
U Offense Ii\ to have the yardage but the yards.

ball fell behind him at the 43 I Second StraightThe

-., # \ Howard Ehler got It for FSU. setback was the Gators'
r' : Then wham bang It second straight, left Florida
And Defense happened with a 3-3 record and Miami
and LSU dead ahead
II TensI to Biletnikoff for .111 i
It's going to take a remarkable -
points Murdock for.the seventh
chin up attitude for the*
By BUDDY MARTIN were indirectly cited by Graves I) ffl' pointThe Calors Flu another Orange and Blue the next two

Ocala Star-Banner as two of the turning points. chance when gave eckst 0 keep what looked likethe
TALLAHASSEE The In- "Those two fumbles-one at Casey caught year back before the Ala.bama .
a at the FSU
pass for 22
evitable happened Saturday, the beginning of the first and yards and a first down game from disintegrating
and Florida Coach Ray Graves third quarter-hurt us," Graves bled when Into the most terrible season bt10m'
hit and FSU
sat on) a bench, leaning said In typical Graves fash. at the 41. got It time

against a green locker, and ion-without laying the blameon The Seminoles I But this was Florida State's
TensI I
trying to find the proper words any one of one of his.play.' hitting end Don Floyd (he day The day the Florida State
ers allege for Women
for the -
caught seven for IS yards) on
"I don't believe Tommy ever a to Florida Gator fans,
look-in .
and button
Graves was his usual composed hook passes
got the ball-I'm not sure, 4? grew up and became a big
self as he accepted the said Graves. and Spooner ripping right and mU'1 school In the big
defeat "It had to left tackles and sweeping end, sport
by saying
When asked about the onside + of football
and It happened K' aikott F sti moved to the n where Murdock
happen I'm glad
kicked tried the Galors
by They actually did It And u.
against a great FSU that backfired and went for three and was wide to 500
was the right people saw it and will tell

team. turned Into Les Murdock's ." ". : The half ended 70.Baesslrr bout It for years, one way or
"Coach (Bill) Peterson Is to third field goal of the day for II notJter.

INt commended for the floe FSU, Graves answered: Fumbles Score by quarters:

Job he's done' FSU will be a Worth It Marquis Bsesiler ran back Florida HIT-7
the second half Florida Slat IT I .
fine representative of the state We had been working on kickoff to the -II
34, fumbles and FSU Blletnlkoff, U
of Florida In the Gator Bowl. that. We were trying to get D'AUessandro pass
the ban back. We SEMINOLES' INTENDED RECEIVER BILETNIKOFF WRESTLES TRAMMELL DOWN got It The Seminoles punched from Taoist Murdock (kick)
"They were wellprepared were playIng down to the 11 but had to are b rsU Murdock, fa, 14
for this game and they certainly the percentage, but It tie for Murdock's Held goal 1 I ,ards.

... took advantage of the didn't work."It was still ,worth What the Writers from the 14 to make It 10-0 al t FSU Murdock, FG, 34
'breaks. That's the way FSU the gamble, I Say 10:37 In the period. yards.

has played all\ year. They're a Graves, satorlally attiredIn The Gators, alternating Spur Fla Harper I, run Hall
great uiicuai.11..1... ball *"llIh..... Anti a Hunt blue shirt and ..mok.i rler and Shannon at quarterback .. (kick)

they're certainly under .. rated i ing a long cigar, would not t. TALLAHASSEE Here's what the. writers are saying today the biggest crowd In Tallahassee\ sports hlstory-43,000 fans Just couldn't go again It FSU Murdock, FO, 40
as a defensive team." call Saturday's lackluster performance : -.aw the Seminoles whip the Cstors for the first time In FSUs aroused line. ysrds.

Graves attributed the nunv by Florida Its worst this seven-year-old aeries. and accept their first invitation to lAte In Me period <
ber of "breaks" In the game, game of the season. a major bowl game. perfect heave to G pees Wichita Tops
/ "Only from the standpoint of Selman Tribune behind defends:
for both sides to the "soft, Jimmy Tampa nj an FSU
the number of critical mis The ball was letter high, Csaei; North Texas
turf. takes" he said. "FSU was a The Florida State Seminoles, pulled into ,the game by BillKastcls, Florida Times-Union was in full stride but he drop, WICHITA Kan. (AP)_ I,
Bound T. Be real solid football team." their Magnificent Seven line and kept there by .Lea Mur.docll' ped it The standout UF flanker' Wichita converted two -
"When you get two teams End Don Floyd upstaged toe, cracked Florida's monopoly l7 In delirious Doak Fantastic Florida State smashed down Florida, 11-7. here best the pound in despair but Tease Slate fumbles Into touch-North
keyed for a All American flankerbackFred Stadium and bid to the for Its first football win over the C.tora-and sn Impressed j
like this all up Campbell Saturday to get accept a today the possible touchdown and (the owns and a 144 Missouri Vat.ley ,
game on a turf !like this one, Biletnikoff. catching seven Gator Bowl game; Gator Bowl Selection Committee promptly and e., chance to gel back Into the Conference football victory I
there's bound to be a of passes for U yards. Bflet- wily tapped the Seminoles for a Jan. S appearance In game was gone Saturday.

fumbles, dropped passes duet nlkoft nabbed only two for 71, Jesse 'Outlar Atlanta Constitution Jacksonville's post-season classic FSU. then started from Its 43 North Texas also capitalized/
to the conditions and to the but one was a 53-yard bomb after a punt and pushed to Flor on a fumble for !its score In theist
hard tackling." from Steve Tend for a TD. HeraldFlorida Idea U as Tens spotted five minutes.Howling.
Ed Miami Floyd
lured Florida Seminole for the
Florida State Into territory Pope
A Florida fumble by quar- "Biletnikoff is one of tbe repeatedly and Clardtno aid
first time Saturday afternoon and ambushed the Gators Illiand
terback Tommy Shannon In best we've ever faced-ar e athan.m Spooner ran well Slowed finally Green I
celebrated its greatest football triumph by accepting an- State's Seminoles scrubbed out six years of football j
the first quarter at the FSU great .peed, great Murdock toed tt .
12 03 and
with ill of the
thorough mastery
in Gator a ,
Invitation to play the Bowl Jan. 2. frustration Saturday Downg Xnvicr
one yard line and a fumbleof fakes. He runs like a pro, University of Florida and Immediately accepted an. Invitation 1& was 13-0 on the 34 yard ef-

the second half kickoff by said Graves. "But Floyd Is The streamlined Seminoles exploded a 33-yard touchdown to play bi the Gator Bowl at Jacksonville on Jan S. ort CINCINNATI (AP) Five
tailback Marquis Baeszler Just as dangerous- bomb in the second quarter and completed the victory raid Florida came to life with a plays scored touchdowns and

Great PreiectkM with three second-half field foals by Lea Murdock. With a dedication almost unreal. Coach Bin Peterson's vengeance at this point. Jury Ward kicked: five extra

Rattlers "And one thing I don't think charged-up crew simultaneously achieved FSU's first victory Starting from Its 23, the I'F points as Bowling Green's Mid.

anybody's mentioned Is the Al Pcnsacola Journal In seven games with Florida and the school's first major moved on a Spurrier Casey American champions rolled to a
tremendous pass protection Padgett, bowl bid In II years of Intarcol rglate footballBillMcGrotha pitch for 10, a 4- yard Felber JJ-7 victory over Xavier In a
Run PastCooktnan run. Spurn Casey for 14. seaioftendlng football for
they give TensI. I think its the Florida State game
appeared to confuse Florida on offense, definitely Felber for "I .
Spurrier Jack both teams Saturday.
best I've ever seen jarred Florida on defense and swept to a Gator Bowl Harper for 33 down Xavbr
; Over the blackboard on a and Inpattern scored the first time It
on a
; berth Saturday afternoon with a 11-7 foot-ball victory over to the FSU Six and the ban
few feet away, coaches Don the Gators. got[ marching a yards
DAYTONA BEACH (AP) Brown and Billy KInard were Tallahassee Democrat Harper smashing. over to make In IS plays. Denny Caponl went

: Florida A and M, sparked by drawing X's and O's. Klnard After wafting since !the series Inaugurated In 1953 to get It13.4 at /of- the last quar over from the lilt
Bobby Felts' two touchdowns,'was approached by two of his Florida on Its home grounds, Florida State used Its famed The girls school did It-oh did they ever do It- -Ufwe.-- ..wq
What It WU was like sbaolutely and positively and em-
Bethune Cook- Steve Tensl-Fred Biletnikoff combination for
won 31-14 over defensive backs-Allen tram- pass a lightning-
man Saturday. UA Olympic mell and Dick Kirkwith like touchdown In the second quarter and called on Les phalk.Uyand decisively.

Gold Medal winner Bobby Hayes apologies. Murdock for three field goals after mtermlsstoa. : Florida Slate University/ clearly the .best football .team en

rushed for four extra points. I "You boys did, a good Job the field this sunny Saturday November afternoon, whipped i'

Felts' two touchdowns gave on Biletnikoff Tm satisfied Bob Bassine Orlando Sentinel what was supposed to be lilt best University/ of Florida
bin six In hit last three games boys" said Klnard." obviously football team ever I ,
after the MamJan missed the trying Incision, their ,
Florida State burled
University the hatchet here Saturday,
:Rattlers' first fame because of I poise "But that ether gay deep la Florida's Jugular vela. I Buddy Martin Ocala Star*Banner f
an ankle InJury (Floyd) caught a few, didn't ,
Hayes made a 21-yard run, he?" Almost Immediately after the final whistle blew on ,the ..
Florida State came dews with a bad case ol the seven-
and caught a M-yard pass from I' And perhaps defensive Semlnoles' historic U-7 victory ever their arch rivals from
Ida Saturday and when the Seminoles had finished
A and M quarterback Elroy Morind. coach Gene EHensoa best Gainesville, school offldala announced acceptance of a bid year
scratching, they had a decisive lt-7 win west Florida, a berth
summed the situation will to play to Jacksonville's Gator Bowl Jan.. I
up on
George King, to the Gator Bowl and a reserved seat .la (he school's football ,
Tiger quarterback "The real problem is getting annals. ti
hit Bethune-Cookman back EU- these kids op off the floor for Tom I --.
St. Pete Times
jail Gibson on i passes of 20 and ." Kelly, With the help el a 23.y ar-old senior placeklckrr Mined \ .

4J yards for the two touchdowns Lea Murdock, who. personally footed ever ball the bin by ... jltJf
Florida State's cold-blooded
Seminoles kicked football tradition
scored by the keen.Morand Badgers Top kicking three field goals and an extra point, the Seminoles
for Injured b the bead and .barged Into the Gator Bowl over the
subbing badly manhandled the Caters bi becoming the first FSU learn
quarterback Enua Hart of Mi- Gophers, 14-7 prostrate form of F1orIcIaIH, yesterday. to beat Florida.
ami. also scored for A and Men History was made hi P'ftIHIJ D ak CampOett Stadium as I

a lint quarter run of four yards' MADISON. Wls. (AP) Wisconsin

Fullback Eugene Thomas scored ended dismal season ea Jack Takes Cajun Lead
for A and Mona sfr-yard run. a happy sole by Bpsetttog ells ;
7M yards newts 14-7 en tbe naming ef Gator Grid Statistics
and M gained
A LAFAYETTE La. (AP) -, Xlcklaus and Palmer were
BethuneCookman Ron Smith and a ragged defenseSaturday I I
rushing to hi Tea lootbafl Jack Nkklaos, despite a two 1 r tied with crew-cut& Den HiD and
BethuneCookman a Big P.A alit. pIM'M
:JO. But to passing yardage finale stroke penalty far hitting .DMwroat rookie CoUos Dents, sue stroke a.. I, .- \

gained 133 yardstoAandM'stt Smith, one el 21 Whconsfl. ball shot a se.....,., behind first mad leader Frank''-aweseas ewe '-... --- M ew.1y." ..". .-

seniors making their foal 71 fa Satllrday'11ICOII4 round el Beard Jr. at the start ef Satur s"s ie t-, sI. -
The win before MOO spectators -, a crowd el OV appearance the h ,OOl Cajun Oaasie and day's chilly U holes. := : :t1 1-- 4 I*. sr "- ........

boated A and 11's and season,1307. enjoyed the finest day ef his took a'' tree stroke bad ever Beard will bad a H Friday, r_ II May. 11,_. rwr"r' I I. .
victories one
record to seven 'I Arnold 'aIMr.'aIMr ballooned\ to 7> while Dunn 'lanaie. J
Cookeaa'5 caner as be canted B times a ..r... a s-v r
defest Bethane- ree-'for lit yards bxbdlng a 4t- hie hands chapped and Rat aba had their tumble su III ..NprM ........
end stands at five wins and 1'- ........ (1- .w e...a ee..er
yard dash for the derisive and Weeding from the 4frdegrte hi tile aemf ..... Hill rstared ..... .. ,. .. ... r
one ilia. touchdown hi the third period. temperature and brisk winds, a 7!. Dues a 71This -- M MM tKlfVIM. ...

Colorado The Badgers, wbe had wee gstflv* straight bogeys at the tourary win decide =- I ii n. raw ,-_ .. .. .. BRIAN HIJT FKK8E.NTED AWARD
hips only one dIx ...... eeafer- start al his rooad and had toacnmbki whether Palmer wins Us OUrd pvsrni ,c: !.nt.S Cheerleader Bs. tknu Does) JlosursBriaa
AF 2R-23 I sect outings dominated the a*1 : to think with a 74 Jar straight doOar derby sr b e.. ay.rw =. .oars.. s mKM :

by lion throughout a total *f 131.141cklsar pushed aside by JWeklaos. Ba loe..., ..,.,... I:::. ., :J > Hipp" wke was selected Brtasj together with bit par.
IIOlU>D. Cola\ (AP) BiDSy1IIGftI' Wisconsin which had sot I 71. and his firstraved have woe ever IIIWOS. this year 1..... .. '" ** serve* die outstanding elf_'* tack I eats, and a special guest ef Us
9t-yard kickoff retnrafor 'stored hi me first period stiestondo a gave has a Sthottscore md Palmer .ids a slim PUT d.rr..aw a'- r s e.. el DM week ea the GHA post own win dine si the General
W aa epratng aonconfrenary vieto-: rfU>. *d. pa.w 11- 1:= Gaines: Steak Room el the Fob
touchdown pulled VGGG I
a hart -, ever Kaasas State, Jotted the He shared the midway fond Is jncUaus' tw otrok. penalty. ii rM aP..t.erraw a* v game show ea Friday day Ion as guests of General
to me qurtfr
eat of danger 1X4 PGAveteraaa .the Utt bole his s i =... : sight b star above receivingHis Glints and the GatnesvUIe Gas
and toured the Buffaloes a I Gophers by striking tar a ttad*i the taarey--aal came oa third I 1- ,All _.a_ f"
hotbaB victory ever All dowsi after eight ntoutes eftoy. Dl&iareath Gardner bole si the day .aae be start'ed ...,..I ,wvsacsme..* certificate el award from Company who sponsor fie proI >

2J.n rem Saturday and Cay Brewer.' died eta.. r i j -,......- ev.VA. ... Slaperd. Ira"-

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I Florida State Better (This Day. ) Than Florida I

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failed badly with it In retrospect, let's be fair We knew It was going to hap.
TALLAHASSEE Moms and dads, put the children out Florida went for the onside kickoff/
horror and FSU had it close. Close enough to work In for the pen one day, this first FSU victory. Nobody-wanted it to be
of light temporarily. I'm here today to tell you a '
would have been more
the coffin for in 1964. More like 2064 acceptableto
lies Murdock field goal that lowered
itory that's purely frightening but most believable. final! the Gator fans. But it has happened.And .
Florida State beat Florida In a football Saturday.The Florida.
game has ended. A ,
One new
know what. season one
holding you
Seminoles not only had the temerity to do such an Maybe Florida should have kicked deep, gambled
Miami and continues the following
starts next Saturday against -
FSU and forcing a punt, perhaps getting the ball again in
cold-blooded about It.
unheard of thing but they were mighty week against LSU. I'll take 2-0 in ,those last two
I'm afriad that the FSU football team that won on Saturday, favorable field position.Unfortunately .
Nov. 21 1964 better football team this mind Florida had not been stopping FSU the last games How about you
was a ( day, Then there's one other point. I've-never held with the
than half when the Seminoles took possession, no matter what partof
you) view that what's good for FSU is bad for Florida- Only
Any chance, or chances, mayhaps, that the Caters had of the /field. when the two schools are playing each other When FSU

maintaining their superiority and winning' string over FSU FSU's cockiness (and they are that, rightfully) than a quick wins from other people, the Seminoles add prestige to the
went by the boards quite fait, one, and quite late, two. Gator touchdown right at the start of things. 'Safe9 Plays Not SafeIt's athletic fame of a great state that Is going to grow greater
The Gators couldn't have asked for a more golden opportunity The fumble at the one-yard line on third down erased op I'm for the Garnet and Gold nine Saturdays a season andI
than they had in the first couple of minutes. Nothing portunity. It knocked only once like that an entire day. a known fact this year, three defeats of it. The gambles wish them the worst kind of mishaps on the 10th.
was better than recovering an FSU bobble deep In Indian Then came fumble on top of fumble, snarling Gator chancesto Florida is taking aren't succeeding. The "safe" plays I want FSU to win that Gator Bowl game on Jan 2,
.,. territory, Nothing was more calculated to deflate some of get a cohesive offense clicking. And you know how It Is. they've tried have turned out to be not so safe now that the Seminoles are In it.

Just like the Georgia game. Keep dropping that football and If you knew why Tom Shannon fumbled on the one-yard It will look that much better on the. record in 1965 when
1 sooner or later the other fellow's going to put It down In line, why Steve Spurrier dropped a ball right out In the optn the Gators pin their ears back. .;- _
your end zone. on a run, why reliable Charles Casey fumbled after catchIng Enjoy yourself, you folks In.Tallahassee. You made a big
That the Seminoles did on the bomb from Steve Tensl to a pass for a long gain and how he muffed anotherone mistake Saturday You beat the Galore and now all you
i A y Fred Biletnlkoff. How could such a thing happen to the that had six points written an over It, why Marquis have to look forward to next year Is to suffer the conse
nation's No. 1 team on pass defense? Baeszler couldn't hold the ball after a generally routine playof quences. '

.. running back a kickoff, then you might know somethingthat
io- Had to See It no one else can answer at the moment. I

n Those things are the difference between a great year anda Let a Smile Be YourUribrellaWhen
Well, you had to see it to understand. FSU dropped not so good season. '
back three and four blockers as a protective: wall In front Florida State has a good football team' I didn't think they You Wear an \
of the 6-1 Tensl- Florida, worried beforehand over the FSU would beat the Gators Saturday. But I wasn't deluding myself ,
aerial game, rushed with a threat and four-man front, Just that they couldn't do it. I also did not delude myself Andes Maincoat .
like the pros. The Caters generally couldn't get through. to the point of Tallahassee colleague Bill McGrotha who blithely .
,.. Tensl had time, time, time. And this one time he threw forecast a 21-0 FSU triumph on Friday.
right! on target Biletnlkoff got behind his double defenders, Unless it's the Baltimore Colts, no college team In the
plucked the ball and the touchdown.' country Is going to beat Florida that badly any time, anytime
At that, the Caters did a Job on Biletnlkoff. They often when the Gators play a normal game.
had three and four blue shirts surrounding him. They hit Which brings up a real sad item. The Gatora Just haven't
him like a streamroller when he caught it. Twice, the Big been the same since the Alabama game. The fluidity of their
B was )Jarred loose from catches. He caught only two. But offense In the first five games of the season la gone. The
he caught the one that counted. defense Is OK but the pressures on it have grown with each
Then there was the gamble the Caters tried after they game. The offense hasn't been able to give the defense a
came to life and scored in the final period to make it 13-7 chance to catch a breath In hte games with Corgis and
with nine minutes remaining FSU. Or so It seems.: t


Not 'Girls' School'' AnymoreBy


LARRY WOODS arson Just outside Peterson's of tried to offer the wreath
Sun Sports Writer 'I knew we could, and Saturday afternoon.On : Graves," Peterson
TALLAHASSEE Gator' fans would, protect him." the delivery card was a battery of writer after
F.S.U. COACH BILL PETERSON had better can that garbage A black wreath, apparentlya Inscription, "Give to game, "But be didn't want
Watches Seminoles Trip Gatora about Florida State being" any.bodY'1 practical Joke sent from a Florida rejects In care of part of It," grinned Pet
Lave ..Mte ey Timmy Lwrli "Little Sister. Cocoa Beach Cator fan, i a t FSU Dressing Room." .
It That's a sensitive spot with .

I the Seminoles here, Bill Peterson .
Florida StateStudents plus a squad of rough /
house Seminole players, don't '
take kindly to that kind o f
language. SEM1NOLES'

FillStands ,"I'm tired of everyone call-
log this a girls' school," said
Peterson, following the biggestwin
of his and FSU's football HAPPIEST AND

career I f
\ EarlyBy "We've had to eat a lot of .
\ crow In the past, but that's By LARRY WOODSSun with the sticky fingered "They were a mIghty t.1t
over now. Sports Writer er- football team but we're
JOE HALBERSTEIN :one from Tampa. Untold num "The next 10 years here Is TALLAHASSEE The mom- a little better," added the
l I Sun Sports Editor I her of special buses were parked going to be the most glamour ent of truth, If there Is such a "I'd have to say Kirk Myers Junior. by London
TALLAHASSEEThe gates I In the.adjolittnglot, ous and fascinating place In thing, came for Florida: State on me better" ,than anyone Fog'Y
to Dosk CampMU Stad!urn,: America for a boy to play football fans here Saturday after they all season said the Erie,
didn't open until 11:39 a.m. Saturday Some 4,000 FSU and UF peo- ," beamed the Jubilant Pe, did everything to the Gators except senior. See Page 3
but several thousand FSU pie attended the pre -game barbecue larson rub their tummies and lull Biletnlkoff partner in for"I Impot'tarAnne..n'
students already were occupyIng In Tully gymnasium from "I knew we could take Flop.. them to aleep.t Steve Tensl, patted his About Your Future From
their 80 yard lines seats 11 a.m. to 1 p m. Scores of par Ida and I believe the boys fell One receiver on the back DALE
at the time. Seminole students ties Friday night were well-at- the very same wsy. With lest than a minute left eluding the Gator CARNEGIEGainfjiville The Andes gives you all the protection you need. This
to the from
gel their seats on a first-come,, tended by VIP from both unJersltles. play Saturday roar
Time and said, "Our line simply beautifully tailored coat has collar
first served basis. By 12:X Long the stands took up the chant, a stand-up fly
aim, the East stands' were solid "We've waited a very longtime 'We're Number One, We're me all the time I needed." Sun front self yoke, and is made of the very finest cotton.A .

In the section reserved for The Tallahassee Democratput for this and you can't begin Number Onll." "Florida was dropping comforting feature Is the split shoulder with Lon
know how I Publlihed evenings except
FSU, almost completely empty out a special edition Saturday 01 to proud added am the This was followed by an even on most of our psss plays ond Sunday train. don Fog's special Third Barrier Construction. It defies
from the 35 yard line to the I morning for the game. Emblazoned handsome coach. larger cry of, Gator Bowl, Gator knew Fred and Don ( ( by the Golnewllle M>- the most devastating downpour. For perfect temperature

goal line where UF fans were In big size type (col. In signing a Gator Bowl bid Bowl, Gator Bowl-" could out trick 'em. On t n Place' Company, Golneivllle or ,101 Florida SE control, this easy convertible Is equippedwith
to sit ored red) the first long touchdown
on was to Fred
page pass
minutes after burying an axe entered ei Hcond flow a zip-out warmer mrdt of 100% orlon pile.
the headline "This Is The Ed Pritchett, the running had
of quar- ample time to throw a at the Post Office at
tender skin
FSU officials/ went to every I One!" In the almost erback for the Seminoles, was was confident he would get ,vlll., Florida.CIRCULATION Sizes Regular 34.46, Short 36.42 Long 3646. In
extreme to locate seating for the Gators Indicated here Saturday he and Peterson his- both the happiest and saddest the open," remarked the RATM IfCARRIIR natural and black with black liner. $40.00.

the big game. There were 1- First Florida coach on the would like shot at man In the FSU dressing room giant quarterback.Les OR MAIL Our Ladies Dept. have Lady London Fog Coats.
Warriors a
goo chairs placed around the I scene was freshman mentor Tech. here following the 11-7 victory. Murdock, a 233 I W.... .45 DuPont's reg. t.m.
field, four sections of temporary I Dave Fuller H. attended ahigh Georgia kicking specialist who I Met. JJ.15
"For the longest time now "This awful
I was Just to sit
stands In the corners between 1 .choolsam. In Cairo, Ga., the even get dirty, and who All mail mbKrlptloni must
.. I've had the impression out said the Decatur Ga.
the side stands and the ; paid In edvance.
Friday night on a scouting mission sonally accounted for 10 '
Gator Bowl strictly reserv. "But I knew SilwIJtOHJ.
was junior. Just we Member of Audit Bureau of 'I
end These ,
seats. via his
tone "tempo I Irarlu" nifty toe, said the
ed for the Gators, remarked had the confidence and poise 1 ,
held 480, 240 195 noles, "just wanted '
(two sections). each accordingto It wasn't FSU't homecoming Peterson to win this one. more than Florida realized" iMItrUI emlllM.> m oxrwviite twill, H
rmrty Avr.I
went according 225 W. UNIVERSITY .
FSU's plan
game ....., .. II'
FSU ticket sales director game but the housing area to schedule said Peterson More Confident Phil Spooner he hacked "... C M rr._n.ny .leI f III IH4.Mr. w
h Ronnie Melton. Benches also looked like It. FSU students had ha reviewed the biggest Big Bill "Red" Dawson, another 71 big yards against the Mblc.n weeae .... wrlae Free Parking on 1st Federal Lot
as .. ,
lined both sidelines for 100 full'erected many types of decorations upset In Intra-state foot Georgia boy who match- had an Indirect kind word M IM rya1NN. I

yards. exhorting their Seminoles ball history. ed the Cators Saturday muscle
to beat Florida. And enthuslas- for[ muscle: was even more con 1
Saturday's game had this tic Gator fans took an ad In the Doable Cover fident of the Seminoles than p-O.U-R"
coverage Judging by press box Tallahassee paper. It said, limply "We figured Florida would, Pritchett.
seat markings: "Go, Gators." And showed try and double cover our ends I I y
Associated Press, Atlanta an aroused alligator chasing a and especially 8iletnik 0 I I., "Now tell me," said the 2ZO> I II
Times, West Palm Beach Post- retreating Seminole. They did and this gave us ar I pound senior tackle, "don't you .
Times, United Press International opportunity to run more than I really think we could play Notre
Nashville Banner, Atlanta The lobby of the Duval Hotel usual. Dame a good ball game In one
Journal Constitution, Floe was the "meeting place" of vistors. "No one, I don't cart who I of the bowls"
ida Times Union, Pensacola Reunions wert held by they are, can afford to double:
New ourn.l, Tampa Tribune, hundreds of Gator fans with cover a good pasting attack Out of politeness reporters 1 r
and nodded in
st. Petersburg Times, Tallahassee friends from this city and other and not feel the sting of some; grinned agree-
Democrat Miami Herald, areas. good running," commented j I ment
"I will have to we got
Jacksonville Journal, Miami I the FSU coach. "say
News, Orlando Sentlnle, Daytona Former Florida head basketball Peterson apparently lne.what wDawson r oed breaks, continued
Beach News-Journal Fort coach John Mauer was on, he was talking about. I
Lauderdale News, Sarasota land to look over potential pro charged up Seminoles out o ball more than 1 expected them.
Herald Tribune, Augusta, Ga.,:prospects. Mauer had seen the rushed the Gators, 142 yards!I to do but were there" as I expected
Chronicle Bra this 87 for the Orangi I we would be, ha added.
Clearwater Sun. lators three times before to a puny
denton Herald, five Miami season but It was his tint lookat and Blue. "RIght now I would say the
scouts, two LSU scouts and FSU. He said he could not The last time a band of Sam: Gatorsjure the second best team
: four members of the 0 a tar disclose any details of pert!cu- moles fought as hard and de la the South. You know of
Bowl selection committee. I players he might be watch- termlned on Florida soil, oK!I course who Is Number One don'tI
erg. Andy Jackson high tailed 1 I you?" he said.

Pre game feeling In Tallahauee back to Tennessee Fred Biletnikoff FSU's first
Florida showed Steve Tensl he soul: I big time All American was In
.. was stratosphere high at I'M: p.m. "I told dI
Girls answering telephones aFSU. for the traditional walk around, go out and play in his tux I[ high praise for Dick Kirk the

said, "Florida State Uni the field. Surprisingly the Ga he wanted_to," remarked Pet.- man--assigned, --primarily to stick- 5i&WPOltflEt
versity -co, Seminoles!" FSU ton were not subjected to as
fans bad lapel pins, "Gator Gig much of a "hazing" as one
,In,." A giant pep rally drew would have expected under the GROCERY
4,000 students and started a continual circumstances. DRIVE-IN VV.A.YS
drum beating by an FSU
fraternity which was to continue A pre game poll of writer I Whatever your proportion, perfection asset be
MANAGER TRAINEES per fee the course when we fit In a pair of ear
with Ira tabbed Florida you
right up to gametlme t to win by a 14-
tuck Went, eaee rile M tin belt inns end
member. taking turns at the 13 score: and by a 14-1 margin
tom-tom. On the FSU dressln: In number of writers taper from Kip to cuff Plate or pleat ......., regular. ,
i room blackboard, a figure wa I WANTED boo er short .... 0utI,....... collection tar She
chalked representing number 01!t Gator comerback Dick Kirk; fed Heeon from
boun remaining until start o[r was ill Friday night It was reported Met. 2S t. so for m.J the action. For example, at I 1 l before gametlme but nt I J ckS.Va Mtait Markets. PaM "c.tie)* a4 ethic
1 p.m., Coach Bin Peterson pu t I apparently had recovered sufficiently f rt*,' "..,flit weds ....Ii.IH. Prefer .rrie4 see. w 0
up a "I." At 2 p.m., an FSl I by game time. I full HIM employ what t* y. SNrtiM Mtarks fer
player wiped it off and the Sem w. aiperiMcee .uu,.. ",..".e," $15.00 week. 1.
moles bunt for the field 01 r Several Gator players recelv. eed for ..M'<-"et4 KMMjers .100X0 pt ,,"k.I ,

f play. ed anonymous letters In UM I Apply U pen to Mr. llmioVI.Jeck.e 225 W. Univ./ Alte.
mall during the week, '
,, Mick M.rke .
Three special trains brough t Irom FSU fans, ouUinini t 1214 N.W. Uth Are, Gainesville Phone 378-1611-1 To Ffa. Theatre
In some 2100 fans to the game. the horrors that awaited the Ga
Two can Iron Jackaoav tile. tore at Doak Campbell Stadium.

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Sunday. November 22._1964 Gainesville Sun 03


Seminoles Victorious


On Passing, Kicking

(Continued from Page II) Tend, operating behind fine down fullback Wayne Glordlno, ter Jimmy Hall's boot made It

FSU 45 on a completion to pass protection all day long, fumbled and linebacker Ron J-7.,
threw to Blletnl k
deep 0 f I Punellgotltatthell.
Casey. around the Gators' 10 A pair of On the first Gator play, the Gamble Flutes
Another Gator fumble, on' the frantic UF defenders tried hard pattern of the day began to un The Cators then gambled onethe

second half kickoff, ltd to but the pitch was perfect BUetnlkoff. fold. Shannon starting for the onside kickoff and It fizzled

Murdock'i first field goal to grabbed it, waltaed into first, time In four games, as FSU got It at Florida's 48.
help shoot FU ahead 100. the air and the clock showed couldn't find the handle but re- The Seminoles surged d o w n tothe

And late In the third period M with 10:57 to go in the half. ceovered at the 20 for a yard 21 on n 27-yard pass by Ten-

sure handed Casey, who And FSU was on Its way to loan He then passed to and sI A run and two passes failedand

caught I passes for 129 yards In Its coveted, desired, cherished Gary Thomas at the It for nine Murdock again was true
another brilliant day, let one and welcomed first ever wine and fullback Larry Dupree ripped for a 40-yarder with 6:42 to go.
fall through his hands after getting against the Gators. for three, four and two I That sealed the Gators' doom
behind FSU defender at I 011 this beautiful November day.
an It appeared Florida which. yards In three carries to put it
the Seminoles' 30. It might have at the one on third down.TIIn Florida tried on a flurry of
borrowed a stunt from Navy
been a 17. yard touchdown: I passes but Winfred Bailey and
play came out with "Go for Seven"emblasoned the Fumble Bill McDowell picked off a pair

across the front of Then came the aecond fumble amt hard rush on Spurrier kept
Bit Big One players' uniforms, was off and and end George D'Allessan-! The Galore did a good Joi on

S iktnik.ff (ESt+) i But take nothing away from' running at the start dro got It at the three.. letnlkoff, limiting the fleet
FSU. After the Seminoles got a Phil Spooner, the beat runner Florida stopped FSU three FBI receiver to Just two catch-

life on Shannon's miscue and se on the field this black (for times, forcing punts The Ca. es. But one was all he and
cured field position after Spur Florida) Saturday, ran back the tors had chances from the Sem FSU needed and the Seminoles

rler's bobble, they hit the big kickoff from two yards In the inoles' 45, the Florida 35 and Floyd hauled In sevenfo r3

FSU ACE TENSI FIRES, BUT IT'S INTERCEPTED BY GATORS' T1UMMELL. ., one fast. I end zone to the 17. On second the Florida 41. They jot a yards as passing proved domI-

fourth shot when Allen Tram. nant. FSU ran for 143 yards

Graves Lauds u mel plucked an overthrown passed for 190. The Gators gotonly
Tonal pass at the Gator;' 48, 17 on the ground against

the nation's No. 4 team on rushing -
On third and
a down five set
defense. Florida did bit 12
up, Spurrier swept end,

appeared of 24 tosses for ITS Ilda.
FSU Offense to have the yardage but the y

ball fill behind him at the 45 Second Straight
4 \ Howard Ehler got it for FSU. The setback was the Gaton

1 \" 'c' Then wham bang It second straight, left Florida
And Defense happened with a t-) record and Miami
and I.5U dead ahead.
;l Tensl to Biletnlkoff for 11 I x
Murdock It's going to take a remark-
for,the seventh
.t able chin up attitude for the
By BUDDY MARTIN were Indirectly cited by Graven 1 1e '' point. Orange and Blue the next two
Ocala StarBannerTALLAHASSEE as two of the turning points. The Galore lave FSU another
I eekst o keep what looked Uk.the .
The In. "Those two fumbles-one at I. chance when Casey caught bark before the Alabarns
t I year -
: a pass at the FSU 45 for 22
evltable happened Saturday, the beginning of the first and game from disintegrating'
and Florida Coach Ray Graves -'' third quarter-hurt us," Gray yards! and a lint down, fumbled Into the most terrible season InIOme
sat on a bench, leaning es said in typical Graves fash- "_ when hit and FSU got It: time.

against a green locker, and Ion-without laying the blame 'tr : at the 41. But this was Florida Stale's

trying to find the proper words on any one of one of his.playa Th. Seminoles, with Tenil l day, The day the Florida State
hitting end Don
Floyd (he
for the occasion. era I College for Women, forever-
"I don't believe caught seven for 85 yards) on
Tommy ever ye "
more to Florida Gator fans
Graves was Ms usual composed look-in and button hook ,
got the ball-I'm not sure, .t passes
t.r'r and
grew became III
up a
self as he accepted: : the said Graves. and Spooner ripping right and rman'l

defeat by saying "It had to When asked about the o ti- left tackles and sweeping end of football school In the big sport
happen and I'm glad it happened side kicked tried by the Ga- 0$, Onikefl. FSLJ tlud+clwuc, moved to the 27 where Murdock did
They actually It. And 4300 ,-
against a great FSU went for three and
tors that backfired and was : SUN was wide to
people saw It and will tell
team. turned Into Lee Murdock's MACHWE.cu .the right.
bout It for
yeses, one way Gr
third field goal of the day for The halt ended, 70.
"Coach (Bill) Peterson Is to another
commended for the fin FSU, Graves answered: Baestler Fumbles Score by quarters

Job he's done FSU will be s Worth It & Marquis Baeisler ran back Florida I M1- 7

fine representative of the state "We had been working on the second half kickoff to the Florida State IT SI-11

of Florida In the Gator Bowl. that. We were trying to get 34, fumbles and D'Allessandro FSU Biletnlkoff, pace

the ball back. We were playIng s SEMINOLES' INTENDED RECEIVER BILETNIKOFF WRESTLES TRAMMELL DOWN got It The Seminoles punch*I from Tensl.' Murdock (kick)
"They were well- preparedfor down to the 11 but hid to set. FSU Murdock, ro, ItIarda
the but It
this game and they certainly percentage, tie for > .
i'" I took advantage of the didn't the gamble.work."It was still worth What the Writers from the 14 to make field It 10-0 goa a I I FSU Murdock, TO, 34
, breaks That's the way FSU I 10:17 In the period. yards.
has played all year. They're a Graves satorlally attired The Gators alternating! Spur Ha Harper.. I.. run..- Hall-
In blue and smoking
offensive ball club. And a light shirt kick
great rler and Shannon at quarterback ( )
they're certainly under ratedas call a long cigar lack-luster, would D D' TALLAHASSEE Here's what the writers are saying today the biggest crowd In Tallahuiee sports hlslory-43,000 fans Just couldn't! go again FSU Murdock, FO, 4G
a defensive team. per : -eaw the Seminoles whip the Gators for the first Urn In FSlTs aroused line '
Graves attributed the numI formance by Florida ill worst thta seven-year-old serin and accept their first Invitation to tale In the period came ,the yards.Wichita
I her of "breaks" In the game game of the season a major bowl game. perfect heave to Casey spee Tops
"Only from the standpoint of Selmwi
for both sides to the "soft Jimmy Tampa beg behind/ an FSU defend.
the number of critical mistakes
+ turf. ," he said. "FSU was i I The 'Florida State Seminoles.,. pulled' into the game by Bill Kastcls, Florida TimesUnionFantastic was The ball!in full was stride letter/ but high he, Casey WICHITA i
Be real solid football team." their Us Mur- drop. Kan. (AP) -
Bound Te Magnificent Seven line and kept there by
ped it The standout UF flanker Wichita/, '
"When you get two teams End Don Floyd upstagedAll dock's toe, cracked Florida's monopoly 15-7 In delirious Doak Florida State smashed down Florida, 1J-T, here beat the ground In despair but Texas Slate converted fumbles two Into North

like thla all keyed up for a American flankerbackFred : Campbell, Stadium Saturday to get and accept: : a bid to the today for Its first football win over the Gstors-and an Impressed the poealble touchdown and the I down and a 144 Missouri touch.Vsley
game on a turf like this one, Biletnlkoff. catching seven Gator Bowl game. Gator Bow! Selection Committee promptly and eagerly chance ,to get back Into the I Conference football I I
there's bound to ,be a lot of passes for 85 yards Biletnlkoff tapped the Seminoles for a Jsn. 3 appearance In lame was gone. j jI Saturday. victory

fumbles, dropped passes due nabbed only two for 75, Jesse Outlar Atlanta ConstitutionFlorida Jacksonville' post-season clink I FSU, then started iron its a: North Texas also capitalized
and to the but bomb
the conditions one was a 55-yard ,
to i
tier a punt and pushed to Fhir on a fumble for Its score In the
hard tackling. from Steve Tensl for a TD. Ed Miami Herald Ida'I 15 as Tonal spotted Floyd lilt five minutes.Howling. t
State lured Florida into Seminole territory for the
A Florida fumble by quay | "Biletnlkoff Is one of the Pope, I
tint time afternoon and ambushed the Gators 11-7 reputedly and Glardlno and
I In
terback Tommy Shannon best ,we've ever faced-gr eat Green I
at the FSU hands and celebrated jta greatest football triumph by accepting: : an- Florida State's Seminoles scrubbed out six years of football !poomr ran well Slowed final-
the first quarter great .peed, great
one yard line and a fumbleof fakes. He runs like a pro," Invitation to play in the Gator Bowl Jan. 1 frustration Saturday with I thorough 11-7 mastery of the It''y, Murdock 13-0 toed the It at.12;03 and Downs Xavier
was on 34 yard ef-
of Florida and Immediately accepted an (Invitation
the second half kickoff by said Graves. "But Floyd Is The streamlined Seminoles exploded a 31-yard touchdown University ort
Gator Jacksonville Jan. 1 I CINCINNATI (AP) Five
Baeszler I to play In the Bowl at on -
tailback Marquis just as dangerousCroat bomb In the second quarter and completed the victory raid Florida came to Ufa with a lays scored touchdown and

Protectloa i with three second.hslf field goals by Lea Murdock. With I dedication almost unreal Coach BID Peterson's vengeance at this point. Jerry Ward kicked five extra

Rattlers I "And one thing I don't think charged-up crew simultaneously achieved FSU's tint victoryIn Starling from Its 21, the UF points as Bowling Green'i MM-
anybody's mentioned Is the Al Pcnsacola JournalFlorida seven games with Florida and the school's firs major moved on a Spurrier Casey American champions rolled to a
Run PastCookman tremendous pass protection Padgett, bowl bid In IS yore of Intercollegiate' footbilLBillMcGrolha pitch for 10, a 4- yard Father 35-7 victory over Xavier in I

they give Tensl. I think Its the State appeared to confuse Florida on offense, definitely run Spur ier Casey for 14 game for
'* 'tloer for alt, Spurrier Jack both teams Saturday.
best I've ever seen. Florida I
Jarred oa defense and swept to a Gator Bowl
:= Over on the blackboard a berth Saturday afternoon with a lt-7 foot-ball victory! over ,Harper for V on a down and In Xavier scored the tint Urn Itlot
few feet away, coaches Don the Gators. pattern to KM flit Six and the ball marching 13 yards
DAYTONA BEACH (AP) Brown and Billy KInard were Tallahassee DemocratThe Harper smashing over to make in 15 plays. Denny Caponl went

: Florida A and M, sparked by ,drawing X's and O's. KInardwas After waiting since (he aeries Inaugurated In 1958 -to get 11M at t 03 of the last quar over from the one.
Bobby Felts' two touchdowns, approached by two of his Florida on Its home grounds, Florida State used Its famed girls school did It-oh, did they ever dIe-
won 31-14 over Bethune Cook- I defensive backs-Allen Tram- Steve Tensl-Fred Biletnikoff pass combination for a lightning- What It was was like absolutely and positively and emphatically

man Saturday. US. Olympic.melt and Dick Kirkwith like touchdown In the second, quarter and called on Les and decisively.

Gold Medal winner Bobby Hayes apologies. Murdock for three field goals after Intermission. Florida State University, clearly the best football team M

: rushed for tone extra points. "You boys did a good Job the field this sunny Saturday November afternoon, whipped i'lI.

Felts' two touchdowns gave I on I Biletmkoff Tan satisfied Bob Bassine Orlando Sentinel what was supposed to be the best University of Florida
him six to his last three games boys," said Xlnard." obviously football team ever b.
after the Miamian missed tIwtattlers' r '
trying to restore then-
because ofan Florida State University burl d' the hatchet her Saturday,
] first game poise. "But that ether gay deep In Florida's vela .
Jugular Martin Ocala Star-Banner
ankle Injury (Floyd) caught I' few, didn'the Buddy ,
Hayes made a 31-yard run, !" Almost Immediately after the final whistle blew on the
from And Florida Suit came down with a bad ease of the "' .. .
and caught a "yard pass perhaps defer I v e Semlnolea' historic U-7 victory ever their arch rivals from
A and M quarterback Elroy Mo- I coach Gene EOensoa best Gainesville, school officials announced acceptance of a bid year Itch Saturday and when the Seminoles bad finished

rand. summed lip the situation with to play to Jacksonville's Gator Bowl gam on Jan. 1 scratching they bad a decisive 11-7 win ever Florida, a berth re ;: ,
Tiger quarterback George King '"1bt real problem I Ia getting la the Gator Bowl and a reserved seat In the school's football .t

hit BethunfrCookman back ELL these kids up oil the floor for Tom annals. R #" .....- .
St. Pete Times
Gibson on passes of 20 and MuunL" Kelly, i
Jab With the help el I ZVtesr-oki senior placeklcker earned t I ..
43 yards for the two touchdowns Florida State's cold-blooded Seminoles kicked football tra- Lei Murdock: who personaDy footed ever half the bill by .. _; \

scored by the losers.Morsnd. .for Injured Badgers Top I dillon as the bead and barged Into the Gator Bowl over the kkkhig three field goals and m extra point, the Seminoles ,
subbing badly manhandled the Cstors In becoming the first FSU learn
14-7 I prostrate form Florida, it-7.yesterday.
quarterback Ernie Hart of Gophers, to beat Florida..
amt. also scored' for A and MM History was made .to grew*** Dock Campbell Stadium as

a first quarter run of four yard MADISON, WII. CAP) -* .*
Fullback Eugene Thomas scored cottfln ended a dismal season ea Jack Takes Cajun Lead -.lj'

for A and Men a six-yard run a happy note by upsetting Minnesota .
and M gained 2&1 yards 14-7 ea the naming ef Gator Grid Statistics
Bethunc-Cookman Roo Smith and a ragged defense I LAFAYETTE.. La. (AP) Nlcklao and Palmer were
rushing to kt Tea football 'Jack Nicklew: despite tw*. tied with erew a Big
Be- Saturday
30. But hi passing! yardage finale. stroke penalty for hitting die rookie Cottoa Dunn. .. stroke I n..aiPnweS I' a nMiMWtMUW

ttwnt-CootnwllaJned 133 yardstoAsndMstl Smith, one el 32 Wisconsin I WI'OIIIall.. snot a 08HIIderparin. behind first round leader Frank,-.....-. meat"a.r. "..'."['n.w U ear w w

seniors making their final appearance kt Saturday's IeOIIdI'OUll4 ef Beard Jr at the start ef Sane sin '',1'f" !! '
SJM tpecta.Ion
The win before A and Dip seams before a crowd of (V3B7. [the .,- Cajua Classic and day's dJ1JI1l1l1olet. ::: UI: f .
boosted victories and till .enjoyed the finest day el hit :look a' lhree>*ireU lead ever Bard, wilt had a n Friday, r- 5 N .. =: +e ; : i f f'w
record to I I'
Bettane-Cookman' record I career a* be carried 22 lanes I Arnold Palmer. ballooned to a 'Jt, while Dun ...... pPepse Cosa so ...., I I .'I ss-.,
detest and lilt M yards snckKCog a 4a- Pilsner his hands chapped and Bin aba bad ttelr troubles 7- an/Me' r..ed P.
DOW stands at five wma and bktdtag from the 4tdegre in the sectod ..... HID fa.seee. I awe ion c-.. ....,.
.. yard dash for the dedstv I reglrtend '- ..,. .. ......... lit
ins tooehdowa ta the third period. temperature end brisk winds, a 7$. Dues a 71TW .- p. ,... I II

Colorado Nip The Badgers who bad wee,got five straight bogeys at lilt tourney will decide -D.e ) p e n_ SKSrvin w ,. nc HIIP I'ILEENTED AWARD
only see .. six previous 'start at his nand and bad to whether Palmer wins hi* thirdstraight N'I epee BRIA.f ,
Cheerleader gee Bhepard Poea Honors
AF by 2Z23BOULDER. sacs eatings. dominated scramble to flub wits a 74 for dollar derby er I* = ': ;=. I ::

bee throughout. nollr-I!I toW gig pushed aside by Rlcklaa Both a.a I n_ 'wines.as .. Brian Hipp wit was selectedthe Brian together with kip par

Colo. (AP) Bill Wiseensia, which .. 14P"I. and big first have wee ever IIIMO thin year 1...... agape canvasN red..- I C...., I.,.." ; .jsera. OMlalandlnC offensive back tote and a special guest ef Usewa
kickoff rttun'for scored to the tint period since round W bone a 3Moi lid Palmer lee a sUm S31>s7 = : n I r ,. win dine at the General
S'IIIOIII' 11-far 1 of the week the CHA
I eo post
loocbdowa pulled Colorado .aa opening eoncoafertnce victory ... ef 13*. lead pa"r aeries 1-- 1 : Gaines Steak Room of the HoB-
a f. He shared the snldway lead as Wcfclaaa' tee-stroke '- M.'" rider iciness I game show ea WGCC Friday Ian
wit danger to the fourth qear- ever Kansas State Jolted the I penalty 5. rw day aa guests of General
fir and Insured the Buffaloes a II.Gophers by tor a toed- kMrwer-flnet 14 PGA manes .a is* tta hole, ale Hurt ran anise... I' =-.A :I':,aight Is show above receiving Gaines and the CalnesvUI Gas
21-2) football victory ever rdowa after eight minute efplay. i evens-wtta veteran CanterDAlurm bole ef the day becaose be start. '- < .. ..I I ,... +aecenuer :I his certificate ef award from Company wilt sponsor Me pro
Farce Saturday. I Jr. and Cay ......,ed fee back .... .:::- t. .... ..! S. Elrp.rd tram.I .

........ .. C .d _


Sun Sunday N.vmbr_22. 1914 ;

LSU Tops Tulane, 13-3,

adb Accepts Sugar Bowl BidNEW

ORLEANS (AP) -I with a 29-yard field goal with Pat Screen, Don pointer this one from 27

Louisiana State relying on the. At it turned out, the field goal and GawaIn DiBetta yards outLabruzzo
,. 1 talented left foot of Doug Mo- wasn't crucial LSU started rollIng -I lugging. Schwab'l clinched the gameIn

eau, squeezed past an aroused In the third quarter and When the drive the fourth quarter as he bar
Tulane 134 Saturday and drove 47 yard to the Tulane 10Syracuse Moreau booted reled across from the three.

I AV"I clinched a Sugar Bowl bid.

The eighth ranked Tigers formally Defeated But
accepted an invitation ,
: -
-- I Immediately after the game to i

meet ninth ranked Syracuse,
\ s A.f A. 'I I which accepted after losing Z8i Still Headed for Sugar

i 27 to West Virginia.
LSU, with a Dec. S game
{ f r MORGANTOWN W.Va. (AP) when West Virginia went ahead The outcome left the regular

I .1- West Virginia scored two on the second play of the fourth. season final record .at 7-3 for
r eR NEW OmtNI (API ttttUllct, fltin
smashed both teams.
fourth-period touchdowns for a Dick Leftridge over
Loul.,... KMt-Tiilm OKHMII JKMILIU 1
r tiM T HUM 28-27 football upset over ninth-. center for two and the touch-

tint) *wm y.r49* f UMuihlnf UMlnt > ranked Syracuse Saturday but down.
I ,. yrM9 12" and accepted a
:'MIM ( ,....,." ky V) HIUM :*< Sugar Syracuse Bowl got invitation anyway. I Trailing 22-21, Syracuse .s- L
i imlt 154 launched another scoring drive,

Nw.NM. .,..tar.11'" ..1 M eVero. The victory improved the with 225-pound fullback Jim NIW THRILLS 1/CrCUNO

rl LiuTUIMW' ". ...... 50 5357-. ... Mountaineers' own chances as Nance plunging\ one foot for his Just drop In and tail side
Tu1-NO'arnl' is prospects for the Liberty Bowl second touchdown of the day to, of the
Liu Llu-f'O-ra MOTMU_ 1. which also had scouts on hand. put )the Orange ahead 2722. A one MW Sling-Kay
UU-l.......... rw 'MorHu tick) pass for a two-point conversion 1 bikes 4. Na wonder
IItt_ 11.0OI. Sugar Bowl representatives attempt failed. everyone It M ameitdl
announced the Invitation to the I

Orange immediately after the West Virginia rebounded with Tar
against Florida left, has a '-1-1
lame. Syracuse Athletic the drive which ended in Mc- .Z nR 1yt 1
record. Syracuse making itsfirst '
H. Decker Cune's game-winning to
in the Sugar Director James pass a
appearance promptly accepted. Dunlevy. McCune faded back on
Bowl, will bring a 7.3.lIIark.
I third down and threw perfect
Dupree Smashes Through Line here. West Virginia won on a 50- ,strike to Dunlevy who had

Florida halfback Larry Dupre crick up the middle for abort gain Saturday: against Florida State. It will be LSIT seventh appearance yard scoring Allen McCuna pass from to end quarterback Bob- raced behind the Syracuse 'sec-I

Unidentified Seminole defender reaches out and grabs Dupree by: the leg. The play took place on the In the New Orleans Dunlevy\ with 1:08lefL ondary. Dunlevy caught the ball;
bowl and Its sixth bowl lame in on the 25 and raced into the end
Gator first series of down In the initial quarter. Syracuse was in front 21-15 at
Hun Kim ty ttmmy Itwli) the past seven years.The zone untouched.
the end of the third quarter

WITH PASSES 12-7 Tigers ran into stubborn Dartmouth Wins r
TIle Green
opposition Saturday. GrabowskiLads cJl. ."'=' .o _

Wave a 14-polnt underdog, PHILADELPHIA (AP) ..5"I.I.\\
stunned the crowd of 55,000
Vols when it forged ahead M in the Illini Dartmouth unleashed a string Susie orsuxsNGRAY.
Kentucky Upsets running game highlighted by
opening quarter. To 16-0 Win substitute quarterback Malcolm
Halfback Joe Labruzzo Beard's 81-yard touchdown run WITH fill rAalousSCNWINN

KNOXVILLE Tenn. (AP momentum to an offense that That forced the Volunteers to The victory allowed Kentuckyto muffed a fair catch of a punt on and defeated Penn 27.7 In an Ivy 6MIN0 5010

I Kentucky quarterback Rick I already was In command of the punt and Kentucky controlledthe close out its season with a J-5 his 20 and guard Leon Verrlere Fullback CHAMPAIGN Jim Grabowski DL (AP)won- league football game that ended say. $5195n.

Norton and a blue-ribbon band ,;ame. Kentucky missed on the ball the rest of he way. i record. It also left the Wildcats pounced on It for Tulane the Big Ten rushing title Saturday the season for both teams n.w..l nadil) Slfnj..,...

J of receivers put on an aerial kick but It made no difference. I Tennessee got Its touchdownwith tied for third place in the South- LSU pushed the Wave back, blasting 53 yards to set up Dartmout ended with I an with l ,h... .b.r bins ffrlngfork
I I lead the added the Insurance 11:60: left in the first half eastern Conference standings, Srin|lay H..dltt>.ri, do.eld.eI -
1 exhibition Saturday to Kentucky but Don Bright split the one touchdown and going 58 over-all record of 8-3 and 4-3 In ,lu.. .
Wildcat to a 12-7 upset of Ten- by stopping Tennessee Inches ,when Hal Wantland carried the with a 4-2 record Its best in 10 uprights from the 40. yards to score another to lead the league while Penn was 1-8 Scbwlim, 1. .I.Sung-5.y, r!1..>, .addle."areal

nessee. I short of a first down with eight i ball in from nine yards out on al years. Tennessee la .-..1 over I The Green Wave led until the lllnols to a 16-0 victory over over-all and 0-8 In the league.Beard's ..,dl.b., II.,., |!lib raw llr*
I Norton who unsuccessfullytried minutes to go In the final period. twisting cutting run throughhalf all and 1+1 in conference play half Michigan State in a Big Ten end..traitr..| Stbwlim i,.,..
last three seconds of the with lateral
t the Kentucky defense I Ion with to run a
to move Kentucky on the one game go. ootball finale.Grabowski .
have lost it
and might not except from halfback Bob O'Brien who ,
ground in the first half put his for a mental lapse. entered the game had been slopped for no gain at 1 STREirSBICYCLE
arm in motion after Intermission with 538 rushing yards in conference -
the Dartmouth 19 and
and all but blew the Volunteers PENN STATE RAMBLES Instead of punting on fourth action to 541 for the end Jaan Lumi'i,
out of the stadium In the down with the ball on his 22, Spartans' Dick Gordon.In with 40-yard
Southeastern Conference football Tulane quarterback David East the first half as the mini run an Intercepted SHOP
lateral In the third period broke j
elected to run. took a 144 edge Grabowski 61S w. u.,.. FK 6-776I
game. the for the Indians.
I PAST PANTHERS 280UNIVERSITY East, apparently forgettingLSU ripped off 131 yards In nine open game

KN00VILLe KmlucAY,.T..MUNpab.tl T_. IAN) It.nakeN piw, bad another time out left, trips while Gordon hounded
NN Kr. V.0.. was spilled on the U after consistently by linebacker Dick

\ P1,1510.01 au", ,,,, Yn.MN 11 II" ,PARK. Pa.| 50,170 here gave the 215-pound two one-yard runs, and time I trying to run out the clock.\ Butkus was held to 19 In six CAMPSITESPARK
,,..._.,", y.r.... 14'.21>6 .II I (AP) Rambling Tom Urbanik fullback roaring ovation as he after time spurted up the mid- LSU Immediately called time tries.

,.,- )In'.......... br .e "41 5Nuns. rolled up 107 yards and two limped off the field after tufferlng dle for key yardage. out with three seconds remaining Grabowski wound Up with an A -
I. '....bltt 101' F touchdowns In three quarters a alight leg injury in the giving the Tigers one last unofficial 187 yards In 21 car- TRAILER! Build Cabin Pitch.a: Tent

I( VIII, .:!.na1"td +." ..,... e a 5T.W.Mlnd t.... Saturday, powering Penn State last play of the third period their The Mth Nlttany consecutive Lions, rolling to play. Moreau came through lies while Gordon settled for 29 under huge tpratdlng oaks, ,
. 20-odd
T to a 28-0 football triumph over Even degree weather in carries.! I "
5,un'iMirim) kick season with a 6-4 record, also IN BEAUTIFUL I
K"r 1 run t_ 1,11..1kVKaMM arch rival Pitt. and brief snow squalls didn'tbother Southern Cal Illinois! the defending champU, fiSH
NorIM k.T A record-shattering crowd of Urbanik who scored on
f0.etAll.ne.ncS on, ended its season with a 4-3 'I. OIbm.Mee
Urbanlk's substitute Dave MeNaughlon OCALA ::
G.1ICIt. and a fiveyardweep Slams UCLALOS Big Ten mark and 8-3 for the I; e. ,

The pass that broke Tennes by Dirk season. MSU playing one less HUNT

see's back came with 11:4M: \ left i North Carolina Nye.The ANGELES (AP) conference game, closed with 3- FOREST rah.Nae,15_ Palea Y
in the final period, when Norton Penn State defense shackled Southern California blasted 3 and 43. ; .
the Panther i The first time Illinois took
hit end Rick Kestner on a 32- offense and the
UCLA out of the Rose Bowl
yard touchdown pass. The bat quarterback Fred Mazurek.Pitt' with race ball it scored in 2:18.: Grabow- HUNT FISH RELAX RETIRE
DevilsCHAPEL Saturday an awesome attack -
Topples deepest penetration was ski bolted through the middle 53
right on target, but Kestner Nettttd In
was that crushed the Bruins 34- the hurt of the forest
to State 18 In the third yards before Lou Boblcb
had to make a spectacularcatch period, 13. $1 -you'll discover 'land to fall In'
from going out of but fullback Barry McKnlghl brought him down on the two. SI 0 DOWN Jove with. Come this .'kond...
to keep HILL N.C. AP 19 carries. The old record of Performing before 62,108 In
( ) fumbled and state's Bob Kane Two plays later Ron Acts
he FREE ,
end as Map photo ind
bounds In the Ken Wlllard and Eddie Kesler [t89 was set by Charlie (Choo ,recovered to end the threat Until Memorial Coliseum the larges drilled across and Fred CusUr- $10 'Information Writ
brought the ball In. Ken powered North Carolina to a 21- Choo) Justice In 194t against then, the Panthers spent college turnout of the year in do added the first of his pair of MONTH

The touchdown gave added 15 victory over Duke Saturday Virginia. most of the time In their own Los Angeles, quarterback Craig extra points. IIfht' ..._ SILVER SPRINGS
tucky the 12-7 lead and to knock the Blue Devils out of NO State beaten Friday territory. Fertig threw three touchdown The second period, Illinois ". w"r"" 0CAMPSITES,. INC.
the Atlantic Coast Conference Wake Forest finished asses and with his array of took
night by over on the Spartan 42. On
Rice Rolls title and hand It to North Caroll- with an ACC record 5-2. Duke Urban I k 's performance great running backs, notably the first play Grabowski burst Dept, ".0. Box 13176 Orlando, Florida

na State. ended with 321. capped a brilliant combeack for Mike Garret, scored In every through the middle again and touted on Slit Rod 314A-4 mltM north of Slat Road 40
Over TCD A crowd of 45,000 watched Willard knifed over from the the Donor, PI.. fullback and quarter. streaked 58 yards to score.
Wlllard and Kesler slash Duke's for the !Lions who won six of Running up the largest scoreIn
take one for a touchdown In the
their last seven after the crosstown series since
defenses In displayof games
an awsome
Rice University first period to end a 61-yard
(AP) -
dropping three In a row at the 144, the Trojans posted a win(
built a 24-polnt halftime power. drive. The Tar Heel ran their start of the season. loss record In the Pacific Athlete SHOP TALK: Type 90'V-8.0.H.V.
Wlllard scored two touchdowns margin to 14-3 In the second
lead around five pass Intercep- Pitt ended its season with 3- Ic Conference of 3-1 this
tions and an 11-yard punt Satur, and Ktaler set a Tar quarter when quarterback Gary 5-2 record. a and an overall season record season of Bore: 4.125 in. Stroke: 3.975 in. to .
the Owls crushed Texas I Heel single game rushing Black threw a nine-yard scoring
day as 9-3.
Christian 31-8. record by rolling up 172 yards pas bend_ Billy Axselle to climax WashingtonTops The defeat left UCLA 21 In Displacement: 425 cubic inches

Two of the Interctptlona led to a es-yard march. conference play and 4-t for the Compression: From 9.0-to.l.to: J0.50-to-l
touchdown drives of 33: and 14 Tcrps Defeat Duke got on the Scoreboardlate Cougars season.
and another set up a 34- In the first period when Horsepower: From 300 to 370 bhp
yards Virginia 100CHARLOTTESVILLE Mark Caldwell kicked a 30-yard SPOKANE Wash. AP So. Carolina
( ) -
Rice. ,
yard field goal by Larry Torque, lb.-ft.: From 430 to 470
TCU'a Jim field goal. The Blue Devils took The Washington's defensive line
The short punt by Clemson
Fauver was into a 20, mile per V*. the, second half kickoff and gobbled-up everything the ene- Raps
the (AP) Maryland put the big rammed 69 yards In three plays, my tried Saturday and the Huskies -
wind and permitted
( )
Bob Davis -
rush 01VIrllnla'
with quarterback Scotty Glack- powered to a 14-J victory
another 33-yard
start South Carolina
Owls to checked
drive Walter McRey-Saturday and blended the talents en hitting end Chuck Drolls on a over Washington State In the Ciemson touchdown
scoring threats then
of two of 1U own sophomore *
38-yard touchdown final football
pass game of the season
nold ended by passing even stars Tom Hickey and stormed 13 yards to score In the
for both teams..
hardy to Gen Fleming In \the final minutes on quarterbackJim
for 104 Atlantic State
Phil Petry. a Oregon
end The defensive linemen com Rogers' .,
zone Coast Conference football vlcto- 12-yard run for a'
Tops Oregon pletely squelched Cougar Clar- 3 Atlantic Coast Conference victory

Missouri Rips ry.Th. defeat cost Virginia a once Williams, Slate's leading Saturday.

31-1. chance for Its first winning CORVALLIS Ore. (AP) runner. Don BarfIeld kicked a 24-yard
record sine 19S2. Both team: Oregon State capped a 43-yari Stanford Wins field goal early la the first period "." '
scoring drive with M secondsleft after to provide Clenuon's
COLUMBIA Mo. (AP) ended the season with M
marks but Maryland was 4-3 In Saturday and remained a only points.
Missouri ruined Kansas' chance BERKELEY Calif. (AP) -
for a Big Eight co 71 .
a victory over Oregon.A
ripping the Jayhawks 34-1 Stanford stirmed out in the second ,
with a 20-polnt fourth Rhome Hurls 44-yard Oregon field goal behind the CLUB III
Saturday attempt fell short at the final running, pissing, aL>
quarter.A and punting of quarterbackDave 28tK
Tulsa WinTOLEDO gun.The Lewis to whip California I N.W. 39th AM.
Kansas victory would have victory gave Oregon State 21-3 Mtmktnkif AmUkl. .
given the Jayhawki a chart o' I ,a_ share of__ the... _Pacific__._.. onom.Athletic Saturday. i, 6l; 55
die Big Eight title with Nebras Ohio (AP) Tulsa Conference title and the best

ka. The Cornhuiken ware upset quarterback Jerry Rhom\ set I ovtr-all record 1-2. on the West Art Your Trees, Shrubbery and

by Oklahoma 17-7- two more NCAA offensive Coast

records Saturday night, passingfor Lawn Something To Sing About?
Utah Defeats three touchdowns and ran Kansas State

for another as the Golden Hurricane JS6-
Utah St., 14-6 routed Toledo 3911.Rhome. Nips Okla. St. PLAIN TALK: Oldamobae new Super Rocket V-8 is the

a senior, connectedon
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) 21 of 3S losses for 301 yards. MANHATTAN Kan. (AP) biggest most advanced, smoothest performing engine ever from

Utah used a long peas and a Ht let records: for till moat Larry Coodlt returned a blocked Olds. And there are four versions in
recovered fumble Saturday for rushing and passing play la a punt back 26 yards for the winning YWrtIIF aa-including one with 370 h.p.

a 144 football win over Utah season US. Don Trull *f Bay touchdown Saturday aiKansaa -all- available on that breathtaking new Delta 88 shown above!

State. be set \the old mark of 401 last Slat upset Oklahoma .PnMMftt) a o.-M..i IT.e
State 17-14 e..di.e | 'BE OLOSMOBILE
But the Aggie broke a scoring year. The victory gave the Wildcats

barrier becoming the first Baylor Ekes a final Big Eight conference .Tr.. a.a...) .c ..1... T The Rocket Action Car
touchdown Y..d w a
to score a :
team ID the six record of 34. rats tstulkt4s tvssT aoa )Novato i The Rockets are roffinf.; ..to your tutfiorized Oldsmobfle
the UU defense pan DALLAS (AP) Terry Trailing 10-14 with less than QnaEtr Dig!

game ,Southall limped around on aa eight minute' to go K-Stat [CALL : O&Dffi> YOURS NOW.Mfor earliest deliTtrj!

It was \the tiles' Nth win to IS injured ankle but still was able forced the Cowboys Into a punting .

M for Utah State In the bag !Inlra-to pass Baylor to a 1J-1J victory I situation oa their 31. Bob B & G
state aerie Thert have been over Southern Methodist Saturday Nichols blacked Jeff Williams' SAPP'S TREE SURGEONS MOTOR CO. INC.

four tie*. It left Utah 1-3 for the as the Methodists remained punt. Condit picked up the ban, 2001 N.W. 13th STREET CAINBVluJ
season, and raised Ute hope for Inlets In the Southwest Conference nearly fell but righted himself rwoNi rt ..".. FLORIDA

i; a Sun Bowl bid. (football race. to go In standing up. I --_ee 51515 wan aM a.e..e l..5ew-......._a.e r.- ,-



SUII40,. NaTember 22. 1984 _Gelneivtlle Sun' 05


21r Colts Should It I

1 ''qy Wrap Up Today .

I By JACK HAND upsets last week dropped the old I bombs but runners will find Two teams that live by the against the Rams. George Mira ..

Associated Press Sports Writer batting average to 17.3M (42-21! heavy going against LA front pass with no running attacks. upset the Packers when be fl* I
Baltimore should wrap up Its 4 in the NFL, 23-124 In the four. Colts won earlier 3520. I.Rudy Buklch was hot last week nslly got a chance: to start.COMPARE .
first division since AFL I
title 1959 by ) Cleveland 23. Green Bay 21 -
-. belting Los Angeles Sunday and Here goes again with picks I Browns are rolling with five In a
At+ X1'r Cleveland should Inch closer to through Thanksgiving Day (All.I. row. Packers shaken up by
the Eastern title In the National games Sunday afternoon unless 49crs with Bart Starr, Paul Hor- S

football League by upsetting otherwise noted.NFL nung Jim Taylor bruised.
Green Bay Washington 21, Dallas 18 -
The two division races In the Baltimore 28, Loa Angeles 20 Possible Joss of Tony Usclo' PRICES
NFL could be over by nightfall Colts blasting for 10th weakens Cowboys' offensive I
Sunday If the St. Louis Cardinals straight and first title since 1951 line. Dallas should be able to

stumble before Philadelphia aren't going to let Rams stop move on ground but may be vulnerable OF SAME QUALITY
and the Browns and Colts them although Raymond Berry I to the Sonny Jurgensen I
win. I doubtful. Johnny Unltas will bomb. Dallas won tint meeting
Beware of mud. A wave of' pick on Ram deep defense with 24-18 In Texas.Minnesota YOU WILL ALWAYS
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21, Detroit 20 -

Purdue Defeats Indiana That Viking gang Is tough Ask
the Colts lions beat them '11'- BUY
tier In mud 24-20. Milt Plum has
Behind Tclcr hy 28.22 sore elbow and probable loss of

J. D. Smith won't help pass at

LAFAYETTE Ind. (AP) Randy Minnlear on the ground blocking.
'urdue's Gordon Teter slashed and Grlese In the air Minnlear New York 21, Pittsburgh/ 14 The
Indian on the LooseFlorida through Indiana's defense for scored Purdue's Insurance I This Is the club that almost Furnituic Manufacturers
143 yards and two touchdowns touchdown In the fourth quarter. ruined Y. A. Tittle In earlier\ 27- S
State quarterback Steve Tonal races around looking for para receiver Saturday In leading the Boilermakers Grlese hit Dick Ruble for I 24 Steeler victory. Pittsburgh/
against Florida Saturday. Gator tackle Sidney Maclean (on ground) reachesout to a 28-22 football victo- touchdown pass in the second hurting without Jim Kelly. AMPLE HOUSSitN /

but misses. ry. period and kicked four extra Philadelphia 24, St, Louis 21 / 4Sun
KIM Ptal W Ttmmy txrii Teter caught two passes from points. Cards In (trouble with Bib DeeMarco

Bob Grlese for II yards and Purdue wrapped up the /game Jerry Stovall Joe Chll- M $r ,t $ w I 3rd St
MICHIGAN RUNS PAST piled up the rest of his distanceby dress and Bob Reynolds on
hard running behind fine with second-half touchdowns ,doubtful list Tim Brown and
and then stood off a Hoosier bid ,
blocking.He Ollie Matson sub-par for Eagles
Ads Cict Results
was assisted by fullback that only! made It close. I Chicago 28, San Francisco I 21

ppmisnnalut0lg CB GC-iT 1 IT NOW[ PAY NOTHING[' TIL NEXT YEAR !

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) passed IT yards to Jim Detwller shooting distance but Just didn't l li .
Michigan's Wolverines of Toledo Ohio for a touchdown have the power or finesse to IIIroyII ulwltpll .
., .
frustra"'l i XIXNnllln 1 '14..1L +t ?/ M .rM p v r 'X 'e RI
ed Ohio State at every and Tlmberlake boostedthe move against the stalwart MIchIgan e w
urday defeating the Buckeyes extra point.Tlmberlake defenders. + ;.. : : t tIt

10.0 to win the Western Confer- kicked a 27-yard Michigan/ previously reachedthe I I ,Ir, r, f 't
ence championship and the field goal in the fourth period Rose Bowl In 1901, 1947 and \
Rose Bowl berth. so Ohio boys scored all of Michi 1950 winning all\ three.The Wotverlnes
The Wolverines capitalized on /gan's points. defeated Stanford and
a break for their lone touch I In the final period, after Ohio Southern California by 49-0 in 'I
down added a fourth period had surged twice into Wolverine their first two trips and Y
field goal and then halted Ohio territory Richard Volk of Wau- trimmed California 14-6 In 1950
State's frantic passing attack to seon, Ohio intercepted two
take it all. passes to seal the shutout Paxon Wins< / $tscoulT III'' 1 M 0 Re Ir r
It was Michigan's first Big against the Bucks. '
Ten title and Rose Bowl trip Coach Bump Elliott defeated State AA
since 1950. Hayes In this big one after four
Particularly distressing to straight losses to succeed his r :h aKI 1
Ohio Coach Woody Hayes was brother Pete of Illinois\ as con- CC Meet f / RVIN

the fact that Ohio high school ference champion and Rose I LIMIt F s p wen "' '
talent! which got away came Bowl representative the first Jacksonville Paion copped the 1 1 I -I yOgR MI CI
back to haunt him and hand him time a brother act has put the AA championship: and Auburn
his first league loss of te year. pair back to back. dale won In A in the State
John Henderson of Dayton II The difference In the ball High School Cross Country meel

Ohio, recovered a fumble on game was that Michigan capitalized !- at the University Golf Course
Ohio State'i 20 In the second on the breaks It received yesterday
period and two plays later Bob i and Ohio State did not. Several Dan McKUlip of HIaleah was
Timberlake of Franklin Ohio times the Bucks were within the AA Individual winner In a
time of 11042: and Joey Richards -
of Auburndale won the A
Individual crown In a time of!
College Scores Meet director Walter Wels e h
stated this wan the first time
the meet had been ran over
this course: and the wlnn I n )II .elr.. .r4 ....renall.alIc

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D.a10n 14 Ktnl Slit. IIftotr. through the fourth period dusk burndale ((38), 1 Gainesville P. OIT KE5UUX t ; ?1"'e J.t7

D_...M.Ml...nl.,IClnelmH 011... 14 and brought/ the Crimson a 18-14 K. Yonge (58)); Miami La Salle e CIT YY10GIN WHISTLE (pintail, 2.47 1TNCH TURkEY UU, .'. $.97' BOOTS AND WADERS 4r
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Saturday. Haines City ((175); Jennings
Is Leo, the oft-injured and sometimes ((190)); St. Augustine ((217))
effective star from suburban AA schools Individual) 1. +M a 0 rP14iOSSRERG

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Inside motion series from left 1. David Jumper HuUyw 01 d 395K 12 GAUGES -
wingback when be looks pit- McArthur 1
; Bruce Palmer St
N.J. (AP) clout! from quarterback John Petersburg ..11.........If,.. IlOhN IIse
Cosmo lacavazzl and Don Mo- High; Kelly Par- iM4 M 4tM .....'._ wiHl C-Urt d1.A. ..4l -oil \
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was /gone. Bryan
touchdowns Saturday but the Englewood; r MOUKRG 190K U Gage 42" MOSJIH5 left Adieu 410' 30' RUNTIN4 /0onop
Tigers bad to fight for !their
lives/ to preserve a 17-12 victory a New Way toBY MOSSKXG 1I5K 20 Gasp 39" MOUItIO Single ttet 419 24' GOTS wipsNS ,

over Cornell and complete their
first unbeaten season since 1951. I I YOUI OfOlal .... OUTHSrhMMr CLEANING KITS v 7.914 87
tfl anT, ,ADS, CASH iIfe, < hit 4. .o ... .
The big Red. playing a stout r.. .raw ..p ....8 all .rl..h.5, W..11 5 r...,
defensive game keyed to stop o.- 1.isee 47. 0.....e 04 114 1155,1..11.r r PP h. 1..1...., .IPA M./ '
lacavazd's rushes and spring p. :::+=r ; S7C. e / 1., 7.17

ing Bill Wilson and Bob Baker THE NEW tDVAUELECTRIC ::".:..- e -US' MM' CtMil 33' HUNTING AMMUNITION
for scored twice In
steady gains,
r .., .
the second half and failed to tie I '

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conversion BiD Abel panes tried go-forbroke after sack .....SMITH-CORONA... II. .. r . I GiAKt 5171 MNO WAIMH.Iol.37 0, DfilHK'SWU' .. &, (UotU) :4.4TAxfy'* T i lit:'. itiG14 alAU lAS'

touchdown and both failed. ; I Ir.SHOTGUJI> sous91oQg
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I Roberta and toe Bears =:.. Md-deals'.w, ::: :::--...;", : 1617

4 relied lea 74 hy League vita MCalf R G ...., lk.w.d. ... .-. der.wee 149" 114e.............
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... "6 Gainesville' Sun Sunday. November 22.1964 . .. _, a ,

.'. _.___ ..WRAPSUP KEYSTONE CONFERENCEE ,). .. :' :(; :\ '.. ;' '


; f '9i6

Santa Fe Edges P.K. Yonge on Hodge's Toe,


Crawford, Sikes Pace Reb OffenseBy
!\lt UJ

JIMMY RUSSELL P K. van aada ,. one point," The PKY boss said. ,
I Plral
Sun Football Assistant ,-- .down....."a4 i,I The PKY coach thought the
.1 ALACHUA HIGH SPRINGS I. Prom Pram_pmlng I,efforts of Sikes and Crawford

The true toe of Trigger IM Vordl yarn gotaod..,Inadd M roe..Hne l..f sis aM to make the vital yardage In ; f.
Hodge lave Santa F. a 7-4 victory Puooo HI the second half made the dif 4l
? PMMI kiKruptad ky I .
over' P. K. Yonge and 4-MI Pimtt 4.]}| ference."There's. .
wn their second straight Keystone I PwnMn 'loot III no doubt about it .
Yin mt' ponlltltl' I .
Conference championship here P.Seen K. VoAgo tv wortofi. d5144 -those boys really tore us up," """
Friday night, sudd Pd Gutierrez said.Cutlerrel .
Rebels wine" ownmory P. K ware. Tao
The win gave the an .
HonM (I yard I_) 'Al... good thought the efforts
S-2 and PKY b'4. 1 iYP.K. '
season a onto P MM Crowford (I yard .
.. of his
forces outstanding.
1 ) PATTrltoor Mom klO) h
$ mark for the year. The conferronce .1 ,
r "No particular individualwas .
to the
Rebels championship as leader Baker cam Coun- second half-we were flat the outstanding it was a '. : '.. .<;\

of lost 6-0 decision first half," Roberta said. real team effort-to say o n e "
ty Macclenny a
Roberts had boy was outstanding would be
to Orange Park praises for half 11 \
PKY put up Its points In the backs Doyle Sikes, Russell Taylor Just taking away from the '
and Layne Rooks, and full rest. '''''1
first quarter on a 40 yard L '
-t- t
march. The payoff punch came back Mac Crawford. On the Top Rusher ,
on a two-yard Tom Hans e n line Roberta found the effortsof Hanson led the rushing parade f

plunge and the run for the tackles Hodge, Sikes and with 45 yards In 12 cracks.

PAT was stopped short to give Steve Truluck: and guards Bill Coach Roberta spoke highly "

the Wave a
held until early in the fourth lor outstanding on defense. "'Hansen'i a tremendous ban
Cntlerres Praises
quarter. player-111 say that to any col-
PKY controlled the ball most PKY coach Mike Gutierrez
of the first half as the Rebels also had praises for his for lege scout," Roberts said.
managed only IS offensive Crawford led the Rebel YONGE'S STEVE TUTTLE ROUNDS END FOR SHORT GAIN

plays to 30 for PKY.10Second ces."This ground game with 41 yards in
I was a real hard-fought 11 tries, while Sikes bad 40 in Hordt of I Santa: F* Defenders Give Chase! No., 70 I In Trireer Hodge
Drill (In MM* ky Tommy LMrtO
ball game-the difference was 10 attempts.
SANTA FE'S FRANK TAYLOR SMASHES The Reheis almost got a first

'. Stopped by P.K. Yon,.'. Danny Trujillo haii'TDh drill. They took the 60 baU second at their

f to. 2S and almost got six pointsIn Cross City Defeats Tigers 28-6

the time remaining behind ,
the passing of quarterback Danny -
, I :":; : Lincoln Races Adams. However a Covey

Johnston Interception at the

PKY six foiled this thrust. To Win Suwannee Conference TitleBy

J ;N''. To 45-0 Romp The point Rebels with rang 11:22:up remaining the decisive -

\ ,/JiIt In the fourth. /luart!.!.!'..
-- ----- ----
:. They took the ball at the DAVE BERKOWrrZ .I problem knowing what to do Bears 20, but soon Cross City game. The Bears started a
Anderson craM Ling "
Of i City
I PKY 48 and drove the distance I Sun Football Assistant II Pint down 1. with ItLake was deep In the Tigers den. drive on their 18 and moved th
In 10 plays behind the hard /17 Pram Fr.nr .poolingVorm ."'I... 15a 5 Butler dominated the Early in the second quarter baJ,1 to th Tiger two. Corbin I
running of Russell Taylor and CROSS CITY Dixie County 1 Pre4.0.111,5' 5 ball In the first half but i till l l Carr went In from the eight but made the last two yards with

t By GLENN LANEY Llncale mini,, Mac: Crawford. Crawford put High of Crow City used Its tried .alp Yirdo fliinod paled, pM raoMng'lng 15 a trailed the Bears It -1 at half- had It nulified by an illegal procedure 1:39: left in the game Robert

,", ''. Sun Football Assistant 20 II Pr PI'_" _ru"" .... 13. up the points on a two yard and true attack and threw in .1 Intortopttd PotMtPdUM by 5.7e time. penalty. Two plays later Ousley's extra point run was

a An awesome Lincoln High 7 Fran4p-n.a.Ine, I jaunt and Hodge kicked thepoint something extra In winning the f rams. .... ..a Friday night was a far cry Karr took a crack from the seven good and Cross City had a com
A. School offense smashed Its way 1.. Yard golnod wiMndII ", 514: that won it. Suwannee Conference title witha 15 I Vordt ,tool pandllaa, :It from the day in September when and found the end zone, ..ndwith manding 28.1 lead.
,.. for 307 in the first half Vdrdl giliwd, polling :It Santa Fe's defense seen by warttrit
:'. yards put a 28 I victory over Union the student body of Dixie High Corbin making the extra The game was the last regular -
,II alone Friday night si the Ter- 01)1 M ,..... Pvmti,IM.rcWlad, ; by d..M.. ''damper on the PKY offense for'the County High of Lake Butler "usees.l tumfflgryiCroH C.i.aacalnp voted on whether or not the point, the Bears led, 14 0. season contest for both

.,?: riots crushed hapless Jackson. 1 Pumbl,5 ,..t sla rest of the gam to makelodge's Friday night ClOy Jerry ear (I run. T school would continue footballAt The Bears held off a Lake teams.
Vlrdl lost poiulllttSoirt 75 a nunGandy CwbM (I ) PATCorbM ,
run run
villa Douglas Anderson, 4WI- point stand up. ... that time the
dl .B by .u rtlrLlntMn t Roktrt 0. 1. varsity was Butler' threat and went to the
whole host of stars y M IVOJM a 41 The tried and true part cf the L.... SulKr awry Wad (S pail down '
of to 12: The students
Out a 1e e. e Dressing Room Bedlam team Jimmy _".). men. ockwroom with the 144 half- Death by StrangulationMany
L.... for Lincoln, Ralph Brockington, tooring wmmoryAMorion The Santa Fe dressing room Bears' attack was Randy Corbin voted to continue and more time lead fruit, nut and ornom.n.tot .
I Ie JomM 4 yd TO .no- who has been counted heavily
:"i, a one-eyed halfback completely :-r.:: ; ,a.. to TndmMa ;m.: went wild when it was learn- on with three big Cross City scores. boy came out for the team.Friday's The second half was Cross Pile am loving thtlr' crop
iroeklngton I all season for the strong .
Ter- run yd / and tang
show for the yldld ore .Irano.td
stole the ed that Orange Park beat Mac- proved the wisdom to dominate. took
good lJ-0-AiKMr.on koopor 4 ywdi An- ground offense. The somethingextra Cross City used Its vaun 11 d game City's They by Spomih Mon
a.. tiers. Brocklngton did every- to -cleMY to give the Rebels th* attack the Tigers of their vote, with Cross the second half kick and droveto
i-r:: : ;F'k; was Corbin's temm at rushing pounding NOWISTHITIMITO
in the band at :
.. thing but play v crown City winning Its first Suwannee the Tiger six yard line. With SPRAT YOUR TRiii.Coll .
r: ... ,
accounted for 114 214Andaa.. "''II. II yard Jerry Karr. for 311 yards on the gound
haUtlme., He PAT no (ooOM-Ind ot h.,.. AI..._ After Coach Charlie Roberts County championship since 1951 I:11 remaining In the third quarter FRanklin 6-2661!, for eM.
". yards en the ground and "H I m1Md run 7 yard_PAT, _M hind food' all 1M nlplrt" learn 1 end calmed his forces down, bewas Corbin rolled up a nifty 185 Bear quarterback Louis 0 v r- Bear Coach Al Parts stood Karr scored his third taUll .. estimate.
yards through the air, and pmts. aocklnaoll II run PAT Ms..d ready to dish out the plau- yards on the ground to bring street passed only once and that dripping wet In his office after of the night and with Corbin IeA.ssr

,. The_no s-fooU Inch._u. 150-DOunc! 454Brockington'e dlta. the season total to 1,620 scored fell Incomplete. He spent most the game. He had been the victim extra point Cross City led, 21- .
'. halfback scored three of Lin-\ (7 yard pass reception "I was really proud of the one touchdown and three extra of the time handing the ball to of an Impromptu vie lor y e. : CII
coin's seven touchdowns for the. from Anderson.The way our) boys came back the points. Karr mad. his mart Corbin and Karr who had little shower planned by the C r o aClty i Cross City scored once more .....5w

,\ .night The first one was final score of the haU nlaveri.ll _About_ the game. In the closing minutes of t b e 20 N.W. 16th AVI.
plunge. The second Pants said
one yard
1 was a spectacular (7-yard touch came when Anderson /hit Clarnca BY 21-13 SCORE "Tonight I had n'I

I down pass and run. Bracking) Mills on the one yard line Cant surprises. I
_ton rounded out the night by with a perfect strike and Mills I ed the score to be like that. SANTA ,
/ skirting around' left end for 11 fell---Into- the end zone. Mills Trenton Defeats Mayo "They (Cross City play e r s\ r

f I yards and /his final touchdown middle don't have a lot of ability, but, SAYS
In the
I caught the ball
will out y
i of the evening. ,they gut you every.
J. Brockington also handled the 01 I a whole host of Douglas de- By JACK HORAN I' tAtutlca PAT kkk but the Hornets led, time," Penis said. '

i punting for Lincoln. The Lincoln enders. i Sun Football Assistant ...,. Tmsaat5 M. Cross City went Into the con-\ :
I offense was too busy scoring Lincoln walked off the field MAYO T r ulo n Quarterback Pram" ot ...hl.. ela e Trenton bounced back earlyIn test with an 8 0 1 record ,
Don Thomas flipped aquick 4 Pran ""'''' e the second quarter marching and Lake Butler had a I 1
'j touchdowns fot Brocklng al t half-time with a 33-0 lead. DON'T GET CAUGHT THIS
I pass to end Danny Wilson 115 Yarn eiln.dIra5M' }tt from their own 34 In a sustained mark The Bears were the
ton to get much practice in, In the second half coach 4 Yard..load Mttlnf 411oP.uoi I
who pitched out to Jimmy drive deep Into Mayo Southern Division leaders and
f .but he did manage to boot one Heard the bench their S kA.n...." KPiltM I XMAS WITH A CAMERA
I for 38 The standout halfback lave Slaughter who tore 35 y a r d sfor ty I-M territory. An unplanned reserve the Tigers represented the
yards. chance to play. Even with the a touchdown In the fourth 145Pwnbls."lint I in the backfield picked up IS Northern half.Stubbora.
I almost However got to kick the a second second and third string In the. quarter to provide a 21-1S victory Sari ty Yarn OuvtinTronlon loot owultM, SI yards for Langford, and the Defense THAT WON'T WORK.Make .
one. pass
I over Lafayette County. 177w-5i Tigers had a first and goal togo Lake Butler took the opening
most or the
\ bad from center heJllck. ball lame during "" 1 > t-ll
""""was so second half Lincoln was ableto here Friday night I Maws, oummory ; on the Mayo ..Ix.I kickoff and in the opening seriesran sure you have all the accessories (flashbulbs,
ed the ball and ran 21 yards rr iion Lonwwol 13 ). Will.
i up keep their acore-a-quarter- The game wrapped up the ,PAT MoiwMor roil rw, llouojnHr rv'AT. I Then Langford smacked over Into the stubborn Cross City film, floodlights) to capture ell the memorable
y:-for a first down. offense Intact. season for both teams. Trenton ',.'.,.. lloufntor (:)| run), L........ rw {from the three to put the vial- defense.The moments of this up coming holiday season.FrM .
I Called Back finished with a 4-5-1 mark I!:, ...... 17 ron,. kick tellMl It..... tors from Gilchrlst County on Bears began their first
I ] ",":' Brocklngton scored what Anderson controlled the ball! I while Mayo ended up with a 31 ..yen nun.. J..brra.5 kOCI.'I the Scoreboard. A faked kick I 'series on their own 32. With the

,I S.' looked like Llnctlns first \touchi offensively l In the second half. record. bled a handotf. Mayo took over and a pass from Slaughter to help of a couple of gtod runs I
bt id 'i"re.-LIncoln;; got
I : .down early in the first quarter.j The tilt was a rushing game to end the threat. Danny Wilson lIVe Trenton a by Corbin and a 35 yard I
j !fF-He ran right through the whole their hands on the ball for three aU the way, with the exception Mayo showed a classy running one-point lead. dash by Karr the Bears had I

j( .Anderson defense for a 35-yard series of plays. They scored of t b r e e completed passes. lame to the hometown Weal t* It the ball on the Tiger six. From
touchdown Jaunt It was call- twice. The first time It. took. renton back Jimmy Slaughtered fans as the Hornets drove Mayo threatened late In the there it was Karr for six yards I
4 ed back because of clipping., them six plays to score. Maurice the Tigers with a total of from their own 21 in 13 playsto second period as the Hornets and six points. Corbin made
J Lincoln quarterback Norman Alexander busted over from 107 yards. rack up the first touchdownof penetrated as far as the Trenton the extra point and Cross City
.- Anderson didn't let this upset seven yards out to make the Trenton took the opening kickoff !:- the evening It before they yielded the bal led 7.0. I

1 :7} him. On the very next play helofted score 39-0 with Danny Wilson running : Mayo workhorse Jimmy Pane to the stubborn Tigers on The Tigers took the kickoff

;., a perfect 48-yard touchdown ,..Yard Drive the ball back M yards to the banged through the center of downs. Trenton got only one and started a drive on their i I

: J] pass to fullback Lawer- The second time Lincoln lot Mayo 29 Three plays later Ed I the Tiger line to keep the drive play away before the half ended own M yard line. Lake Butler c.,,... Inp..ti.5
ence James. their hands on the ball they Improved .angford burst over left tackle ,alive as the"Hornets bagged with the Tigers leading, 7-1. quarterback Jimmy Thomas ran''
I i Lincoln coach Jessie Heard on their first effort. :It for seven yards for a tint downon five flrstdo won moving to the The point deficit must have the tint play for 36 yards to the1 I Ray Green has s Una staff .f people' USE
I. laid his team only ran Brock. to the Hornet IS. Trenton seven. Then fleet quarterback Inspired the Hornets to rebound Cross City 1'. Eight plays later YOURCENTRAL
two plays
: 1 ingtoa to the left because of his took them from only 70 yards out. Fumble Eada ThreatIt Green Dees put the bal) In the tint minutes of the second -' Thomas hit end Rusty Wade lora : trained ,In photography that will help,
score looked as if the Tigers under his arm and scooted half ai they took the ball five yard touchdown pass In CHARGE
d photographic needs.
4 S. eye."You never saw him run to The first play of th* drIT e would score first but their opportunity around left end to score un- on the Trenton 41 and charmed The extra point attempt failed you your

the right out there, Heard covered 81 yards as Anderson was cut short on the molested. their way down to the 30, and Cross City held a 74 lead.I
said. "He can only see out of hit James with a 89-yard pass next play when Langford turn Bobby Johnson missed the thanks to an I -Tard no by Another Drive ,
.1- his right eye. We run him to Then Anderson handed off to Jack Klnsey. Two playa later Cross City dldnl wait too long ROY N. GREEN, Inc.

the left h have the Brocklngton around left end Khuey pocketed the ball on a to begin another touchdown
: J so can outran Ford and Roberson Lend 111. W. Univ. Are. FR 1-4655
and the speedster
w whole field in his vision. If he delayed reverse handofl and drive. The drive began on the'

} i ran the other way he wouldn'tbe everyone. ,skirted loft end on a 13-yard'
I S able to see. His blinding Lincoln also 1 "roved It could Melrose by Taylor, 31-0 touchdown run. Johnson added
= ; n-;; Ii.d''to.
speed makes up for the hand play when It the PAT on a kick: |I
jEcf"I In[ the tint half. Anderson was MELROSE: T lie Melrose]the goal line on runs of two and I Trenton mad the most of ,b

1 Every Quarter held to three first downs. The Mustangs poured oa the steam I 20 yards. For also kicked two Slaughter on the next series of

t ...< Lincoln scored In every quart second half was a diffenn here Friday night and raced toa extra points and ran for soother plays. The l -pound back ran
*Ur. Th second quarter, how story as the Jacksonville school 31-0 romp over Taylor f the ban seven times to pace the
ever was by far their most producti pushed for 10 first downs Pierson In a Rlverland Conference Metros* other two points hard-charging Tiger backfield

i ?*. They shoved across When the chips were down, six-man football gam. cam on a safety In the third down Into scoring position. On

*.four touchdowns for :28 points I In though, Lincoln put up an impregnable Fullback Jim Ford and Bill period when Robersoa tackled!: third and goal to go. Slaughtera IAfl kii
the space of 12 nr'iutes. defensive wall Roberson scored two touchdowns a Taylor man In the end lofted a soft pass over the

The first tally In the second Anderson got the ball on their each for the Mustangs Score by quarters: 101II'1 I Th star back also raa the
f quarter came on Brocklngton own 30 and marched down to Ford tallied oa rum of H and Mctrt 14 til II, PAT to put the Tiers ahead lEtORE CHRYSLER'S

one-yard plunge. Anderson went the Terrier eight yard line. I 32 yards. and Roberson crossed Taylor I I I I: 14-1X 5-YEAIt OR 50,000

1 J oft guard for four yard and a I the next (lour offensive plays It MILE
I touch down next The third lost 23 yards. When Lincoln i WARRANTY

\ touchdown of the offensive par. took over on their own 30, they I GRIDIRON GREENBACKS FANSTo EXPIRES 1

:.,..ade in the second quarter was I'scored two plays later.

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Sundry No tmb"f 12, 1964, G..U.i.!IU s..: _0t

_. _

I' 'Canes Blitz Ocala, 47-0 I

Third Straight Victory I

Brings Bo id InvitationBy p.


Assistant Sports Editor .A"ITICI'MI 0054.PInO I

OCALA Friday, Nov. 20, h rw 4.5.id'ln. 10 5 1lrco 1 V
was the longest night of a night- paestM 0 0Nos I

marish season for Ocala' football Yard, .po.40t4s._ NuMma Sod I M 0
Wildcats.It y r* f liw4 .nto. Nf I

was the night that the Oases kittrtwtot by MI 5 '"0 0ww I

Cats dropped their ninth I : :1.. ISM t.' a'a

straight game and by a more Yard eat _'"" 71 II A"t
..... w NrlMt
than fans
lopslled score can HIOcM T \I I' 55-dy
ever remember. eae-e
Gainesville's explosive Hurricanes tearing MPnmarytTee.wu e,

were the executioners OHS HIM (n rwil, Ovmrtt Pot
L "ATI eilltn OF ....1. Craws MM Iram.M
In a 47. 0 romp that could ., .. PATS HfM III MM 1005.SNdr.4 .
have been worse.Gainesville :.r.M toMl _HwMfM_ (It il di.
MM rrarw M/ halo eNIS
completely dominated ; -i;,; Owwtt (. 1.5,. DiimlrMlr I r.
,. i.
lr m MHIMH PATE OrwwtJ
the using a well-
game 5.1.> Mmm nm PATS -. 14 n*),
balanced attack to roll up S13 :A'oj,", .1 4

yards on total offense 294 on
the ground and 209 In the air. line, and GHS had a chance for

Three fumbles, two pass Interceptions more fireworks. But a pan 4PN
and 73 yards In pen- bomb was Intercepted at the

Ocala's Morrow (20) and Peek (80) Glvt Chase on TD Run alties stopped the H q r rlcanes goal lint as the final gun soundd. -

from pushing the margin to aneven .
more Incredible height. Gainesville Coach Jim NI- '\::' !

STARKE RACES PAST Ocala Thwarted black flooded the field with reserves ".:.:;;:

Ocala was thwarted every In the second period GAINESVILLE'S BRIAN HIPP SHAKES LOOSE FOR 37-YARD GAIN
time it got the ball, gaining
I GREEN COVE BY 390By only 40 yards rushing and a pal- and emptied his bench throughout Morrow Finally Brings Hint Down; No. 99 U GIIS' Hobby RoundtretIkM :

try five through the alrlanea. the remainder-of the game. ,_ >hM* ky IMW Dioill,

The victory was the third

straight for Gainesville and RIPS DUNNELLON, 50.0

JIM KELLY ,. down. The play came seconds shoved Its record to 1-3. Choc-
e .radio!
SUB Football Assistant 15 "rol downw n after Dwight had snared a 40- awhatchee comes to town next I

STARKE The once beaten I ,.......Ndme 15f yard pats from his cousin, Phil. Friday for the regular seasonfinale. I

Bradford County Tornadoes .f. Yard Prr.tub,. .*:*rash-niuilnf MO t Falcon's kick was no good. North Marion
., of Starke trounced the wlnless 01 Yard weld, ""*' N Phil Elder unlimbered his But, that may not be the last

Clay County Blue Day 111 of i'Posies .rar.rrutsd w ".'throwing arm again three min-game of the year for GIld,
k .
Green Cove Springs, 3J-0, Friday .5.450.... Pi".... loot ,,u utes later and fired a 3t yard which: received an Invitation to

night scoring three timesin u5 I ..,. M... tori I..LnL. A scoring pass to end Joey Reese. Ocala's Sunshine BowL Tht JAMES KINO PoM/p. was not Dunnellon't night ai line broke through to nail Mm
the last 11 minutes. Cloy, uirt r ee50..5 The pass climaxed a 68 yard other Invitation will go to the Sue Football Assistant 21 Weiss MOI- Pinban.. the Colts took the kick and for an It-yard lost and glue the

The host Tornadoes rolled to .rMfw tcorlnf* MmntrytrMto HI | io-us march. winner of the Palm Beach-For- SPARK In a constant I 10 ,Prow..... 40'1.015.. S 1 drove 10 yards for till score Colt I first down on the 21.

22 first downs, 19 by rushing AW 1 Ill*.r_,*f.Nay tutor Crtwbr(..tyt*Itavfrt run): The Tornadoes swept to their est Hills game next week. Both downpour of rain and touchdown .JOt Pep led, peil.....','.'l...' ..5Ivads40IM Stone crashed over from tht This time It took the Coin

alone, en route to scoring five 4011/. 0. lltftr, (on* yard rot), '_'final score with less than a min- teams currently are undefeat- North Marlon trouncedan N four to culminate the 12 play eight to and Don

touchdowns. The stout Bradford (1Lrsrd I flyer, _,... halo Raw P.P..eldal Ider).) 5.LO'1'ute left in the game Elder I 'ed and ranked second andurth outweighed and outmanned :,. ,-c"-'" d 1-.1 I'llby drive after setting up the score Smith plays handled the score chores with
defense held Clay's offense during Faded back behind good protec- respectively In "b estate Xinnellon eleven 50 0, In a 540 Yard PwtM toll ptMHlM .. with a 13 yard sweep. I I two yard plunge. Roll u t

moat of the game allowingthe moved the ball consistently at; tion and threw a strike to end poll Homecoming victory here Frt- _Sew".W....weron. II 10 10 On their next effort North You nile was stopped on his it-

visitors only 10 first downs midfield but could not reach Robert Nelson who got away Hipp Scored First day night. Bwmnm ... _.0. Marlon drove 44 yards In six tempted running conversion
The win boosted Bradford'erecord from one would-be tackler and Gainesville started its scoring .why areSwST 51.hI. H "
the double stripes. I and twit 005N 000 Urn IB it run:, lays with Stone t wet ping I
to 7-1-1 while Green rambled into the end sane barrage late In the first Led by Robert Stone Kill kMX PAT. tMii II it mil.l 73-Yard Drive
Sandlln the Colts, Mitt kK>.4 pot, N..e1 (I y< rvfil,, from the 22 for the tcort. Three
Cove Springs suffered Its ninth Fourth Touchdown standing up. The play covered period when swift halfback BrIan 50115 kkM rot, ast1eN.. S II e,eto After tht 'next exchingt,

loss of the season. Early In the final quarter, S3 yards. Hipp scooted end for 31 Jumped to a 34-0 halftime I.adi 15 N IM .de).101505 MlKfW nm nM Snarl Mwrl,, 5.11101 0401.MkaM minutes from later the Sandlln three and crashedover Sells North Marlon moved 73 yards

Bradford scored the first time Dwight Elder plunged one yard Both clubs hive one game remaining. yards and a touchdown Mike and coasted to an easy victory r'y3 P0. ffntil (I H 15.1' from Its own 13 tided by a 4V
Edwards booted his third I
It. got._the ball.. Quarterback for Bradford's fourth to u e II. tyenarte smashed for the extra over their cross-county rivals. I Yea! rao 'n. ; straight conversion to make the yard pats from Bollnger to
point to make It 74. the Colts lint throuhouth Pruitt but the Dunnellnn
Phil Elder sneaked over from Stone moved over the 1,000- score 21-0 midway of the second Corky ,
the one-yard-llne capping a 84- The 10-yard drive was spurred yard mark for the season by first half is the visiting Tigers period. line rose up to halt their TD

yard drive. Elder passed 25 Lake on by a 11 yard run by netting 135 yards in 13 carries netted a minus ont yard In effort and the Colts settled for

yards to Eddie Noegel to high City Tops Hipp and an 18-yard pass from while Sandlin passed 1,100 yards the first half.Tackles I Dunnemn surrendered the a field goal off the tot of Edwards

light the drive. Reserve quarterback quarterback Jackie Eckdahl to with a 121-yard effort In m Roger Wood and ball on downs on their own 2t from the six.

Donald Falcon kicked end Bobby Roundtree.The carries. The two horses netted Bobby Gibson made only four on their nut series but on the After the Tigers had picked

the extra point. Perry by 26-6 Hurricanes came back 104 and lot yards, respectively, tackles each but seldom w a i second play from scrlmm a f e, up their /first down of (he nighton

I I Agner Scores with another sustained driveIn In the first half. Roland able to pass without the Dan Porter intercepted a Terry two panic from Roland to

Early In the second period the second quarter marclv two big men collaring bun. Bollnger pass In the end tone Terry Island the Colts took

.I fullback Mickey Agner bulled LAKE CITYHalfback Ronnie -I,eight yards for the lone Perry big 12 yards to paydirt( Big Billy\ Poland, Dunnellon's Started Early to stop the Colts for the first over on downs on their own

his way for 11 yards and Brad Mangel led a fierce gound score. alner In the drive was a 37 passing ace, was plagued by From the opening klckulf It Umt. 35.

ford's second touchdown. Ag- attack\ here Friday night a s Halfback Charlie Harrisonalso yard dish by Hipp. ---- 1 After a quick kick, the Nine plays later Prultt scored

ner's Jaunt came shortly after powerful Lake City rolled over ] ran well for the hlgh-flyini Giffin Goes 17 Colts moved 42 yards In seven from the one after reeling off

a 60-yard run by Falcon had Perry 26 I. Tigers. The tough Lake City defense Bruising halfback AI CUM Sharks Throw I plays at Sandlln scored from 44 yards In three carries, one

1 been nullified by a penalty, Fal The Tigers picked up 375 now has given up only; cruised 17 yards around right the six. Edwards k 1 I. k wa of which moved 33 yardt.

con's kick was wide. yards rushing as they p u shed 3.4 points per game. end for the score, and Eckdahl again good and with 31 seconds North Marlon had tight ttarU

With minutes left In the first their record to 7.0.2 and Increased connected with end David. left It looked it though era pitying their list g I ins

half, Tornado halfback Larry their chances for th t Live Oak Crown for the PAT to make It I Loop Into Tie the half would end 214. with five other Seniors finishing
school football
44. I their high
Crawford chalked his team'sthird Sere
up Region I, Class A title and. a Anther
CBS tacked one more tally I Ion carter with a 1-1 record.Thanksgiving. ,
six-pointer with a six-yan berth in the state playoffs. Bucs North .Marion .attempted_ anon
Nips BRONSON Hithcox
the Scoreboard before the I George The game was nip and tuck
., burst up the middle. Bradford A Live Oak -slde kick and Jim Huff recovered
victory over passed Cedar Key to a 32 26 all the wIll I h k
. first half ended when Eckdah way, a r t
had driven Its
from own 17yardline. the the 43.
night would give pigskin on L
Thursday FERNANDINA BEACH-LJv upset victory over Bronson here wrapping It with /
fired a 12-yard strike to Cifrin up two touchdowns
Falcon's boot was good Three plays later the Colts hat +
title and also ;
and the Tornadoes took a 204 City the region Oat> edged Fernandina Beach, In the end sone. A pass for the Friday night and threw the In the final period. scored againStone ikfried
the Florida Star Conference 20 19 in hard football Uverland Conference se- III
I a fought PAT failed and the score stood m
lead into Intermission. end for
Hathcox pitied for Ihrtt right I oven yards,
championship. game here Friday nightThe ae 204 with 1:04: before Inter. football race Into a three way
Cay could not muster picked II around t the other
Mangle scored one touchdownon Bulldog scored the firs mission. tie. touchdowns and two ut r a and

enough power to score on the a 37 yard Jaunt and set up time they got their hands on the I The Hurricanes Just missed I points and set up another score flank then nabbed a Bolln Cards
efforts '
home team despite gallant the others with his daring running ball 19 The conference ended with I with a IonllwlaL gee past with IS seconds remaining
by going yards. Quarterback another score In the first half
by quarterback Jay Cools- Cedar Key Bronson and Hawthorne to score from the 20.Bollner' .
by and halfback Gary Loon- Malcolm Brady went over when quarterback Chris Johnson all tied with I 2 rec- Ronnie Brown opened the Cedar attempted. pan for for Thursday Nov. 26
live Fullback Richard Lee scoredon from the five, and Johnny Hurt passed 22 yards to halfback Key scoring the tint .
Goolsby completed ords. They were declared trt- period conversion wit blocked.
passes for tt yards. Leone y a one yard dive, quarter- kicked the extra point. Mike Gibson. The play champions. with a three yard imsih The Tigers were flailed alter CO. JNCiled

caught two and made back Joe Jordan ran 10 yardsfor I Fernandina came back w I Iii was stopped at the Ocala U. Into the end tone. tht second half kick and Roland IQUIPMINT .

several big passes gains for the Blue a TD and Danny Owen Benny Alvarez passing 35 yards, yard line ss time ran out attempted I fourth down pin W. Urt, A..., *( I.""

Devils. I passed eight yards to Steve Turner Beryl Rice for the score. AJvarei Gainesville upped the marginto Friday Prep 3* Yard Aerial from the 44 The entire Colt

The third quarter wasa for the final score. PAT kick was no good I 274 late In the third quarter Hathcox unlimbered his pies

scoreless battle as both teams Marvin Rainwater dashed Live Oak stretched Its lead to behind the bullet aerials of Grid Scores leg arm In the second quarterby

,,13 ( shortly after on a 63 Eckdahl. He fired 40 yards to firing I 30 yard strike to
yard touchdown drive. Randall Crown to set up the touchdown LOCAL Drakes that pull to the ton or right ardangerous..here'
0_"" 1r. 0..<. tH Tommy Slaughter for a TD. He
1 Bowling Standings Box took It the final five yards, and then hit Roundtree in tile _.* ..0.,I.P.. K OMKMM. V* end
ind the PAT was no good. tone with a 12 ,arder. Gif MIA for the PAT.Halhcnx .

Alvarez scored on an end run fin passed to Hipp for till C.... COp L... viur t

MO TM1JT Tlllia I*"w atear. L 540.115PA I II" to tie It up for the P Ir It. .. PAT. e..rw1.r5'aS5PK.1." VV r.r.0,5.5r it and Beckum hooked BRAKE SPECIAL !
lit Je..JwwM
1.111. P400
Soy M
Oyenarta nil tim. up Slab lo the third period for
: ... II 55wlwrra a a.eris 5s1Id015 ll *'WIN .d Rice scored then to put Fer- Tree* II, .-_ II
II 0'A 15'S 10astir. C.. Ik Ivltw 1_ tl KMrM ,kiiK* S, nandina in I 19 13 leal The Moments later the speed Start H. *f r. Crt iprlnjl tarMMUW a 40 a yard scoring play.

....iolal Jr. tN.. lit.Pr.NI. CoU .l> ...--. X TtMkMTl ll extra point kick wit wide. yenart* raced 31 yards around New MrM IL H IMwMny OunwilM t t Johnny Stevens cracked three when winterwalthar
Un tyn* Mk'INX i TMKI
Pin Peoria V right end for another
.. II I5P.ra Hurnr ,* iMri t li ii ofi a ee/d Live Oak recovered a fumbled score 'sues., I I --- a. yards for a touchdown early In says
II ItT.III C M TMHI M* M fc tmrM tWM Johnson passed to fount r I e 0.C.,,'r.r:
K the PIrate 32 and
24 a. punt on ._ IMC ,..... NM Mk Oftqf *MIP > the fourth quarter for the *d0' make
rwan. 50'S to make It 34-0 with four
11 Wldt for the flnalacon. The sec IrP
17 II went on Sharks. It was set on i M-
N. 1"11'1 oca IQU"M' CIIS' onds left In the third __ LN. up
,r0 AnorkM ?. ill important PAT was good quarter. ._ N CIW ISlMM yard pan torn Miles Smith to' C sure you
5ru1... 17N 40 C_ Ny IT.Due. The Hurricanes then went >. M.Ort Ml_ I.... 11 i
.. Alfor.f. can atop
........ I.y ane so 10 NOrr401s00,5 II eight minutes without a touchdown :/ l.PS.. "'4001.-.,, M.4.DwoWe Srr.M CXfCIKTKAL _.... e I

.. 4 5ww15eaora. CrM.r M ....... 4 ..Means II It .N5aN. Newberry before scoring their final 0.o.c-_ C- N. -1..d N..O bare 0 e Cedar Key's final score came rOaT --
Carl Amriuit 0r /1. Jr a. T." Ie ISPlleas two on a three minute bUts. 0.s4 Noy 0 e.0Is on a 30 yard aerial from Hath-
umM ji it aid 1 Pnulf 11 IMMr Falls 12.0 _. *051St 0051" ,
k IVMMI* ll PnvMeul M. Inot U 8 Oyenarte again did the honors 155.0.. N. Leant.c cox lo laughter, and flattens
pro ,....f"V Mt ft NHt Ir.nlil tw L Peals.Wry. as he scampered 17 yards _. _a e..w L 5rnN.5N. eTepr. patted to Johnny Itevens far

Mead a Wlarry N II IiMMNw II Oin.....a>.1<_OM_ll_HMMm liTtlfvt es.lIaos 4 Pity 1ear. GREENVILLE Bill Andrews into the end cone with 3.12 remaining ...Pa.r4r5 ..... 150u05 e0511.. (he PAT

Ow_ C. Si I) 1. scored both touchdowns In the gam*. Johnson 15. P.u.are M.. C.... M. c_.
PM "Maa1 It NA laP 55N. Dale Davis started the Bran SIT rOW WINTER NOWI
slipped for the PAT.
her Greenville ever
.... so 5.Copn TWMtlltSi Friday at 'e'a ee Marne N. M/e d Pi scoring
.sale Sad 10 50Mary WIAtealu defeated Newberry 12 .. ftprars Score son the first quarter e fro* WM). Removed
... ... Oil SI 05a. tens .. MS..rA 55.w $
Ceara on a four yard plunge.! Leslie
S >.. Sun 55 .. lens bpNy ee. N w The win pushed Greenville's The final touchdown cam tar .L Dade tap. 1Taay. rakes MjutM
If Nwe5.I..ar.r5 50. 40 Npr.arr 7r It Ierl0ae. 54 a.r.40i Jordan caught a IS yard
c. whit with 29 seconds left when half peat
It NAA ,_ Ott .. N.derI record to 2-7 the loss ... rreee we'.iIsdelep 119
,.. .... 11 NCea.0wd aeear Nr7. II It dropped Newberry to 14-L back Alice Spears smashed "--11 from Bill Schowltr for a second Pap.cked
N 55 -. .MtA.Mau w 5r e.a- to 5reer NSeeou
: 1..A :- I. 5.5505 .... ..... w. Andrews tallied! first In the b> tour yards. Spears and Steve war K N. _-. quarter score for the Eaglet. .CIIetl toe

...Malls. .. ....5.r.. dred_4 Ca_L Cw.MW: 5.01ar CS.... .K* N N dial period on an eight yard lantern set ap the tally with _,..r-K ne. C'es ... Coy O0.e.r Davit got lit the scoring act ,

Ittr, CtHft H*. 4 l A tWMWttrt I w Pea Pee e xnn 4 t, ( !I. 5...M. ti arse f/I nm and then again in lilt final runt of II aod 13 yards, n-- -r t..ew 5R ,_0 aA. e again In the third period on a .,.... rtul4 Addt4, AIIIT V.1.

-. k II UDMiUfMWt MMiM C*. I, Pry> MMr Ir I- Da 4 :: e::. > CdOeo 1 quarter on a 17-yard past from pcctively.Grata 101.5 Stoat. .*.. .,_ *SS..ywr 5,. five yard run, and Schotslw Maw 'ttIOf CAR
ar.n PK a.lLU't. fumbled the T.ye 'a" IIPL
BID Kerr.
t------ P wd added the final TD M a iJ-ytrd
f MNI/T ewL ca.-oc. Newberry mad only five kickoff it their own X yard :1n.-1I dash with only two and ....lIIffIIIfnu Tao your etf whtrt the ttpirlt art

e.e cry a wear M w N L 5.w. 554 Luww5 first down and 10 yard running .=.- -.. II-40a400545lees ," rtmauHni .in (he game.It for all wM.r ""/(. work
j Mmr N ISstrd -. N NL. as tt tailed to Ihreatea tilt Token DcatI P1erd a Lrulru ICroy.
sew 1h505 P5y N N50W Grwnvill goal line. by .. Ise r Noe.ae I was the sixth time In the
c 5 .area 0q ley f50'w '
_awe Goa_ ,_Cw N II N 55w P..N 5.5 .... It Was GreemrUle'a ...... I PORTLAND Ore. tAP) --.TC-- part able years that Branta GOODYEAR SsTO C I
Craw 'II. II NP.S. D'.a 55' A coming, Erv LM. whose Err LInd Dor\ ---. '_ /eI.Ktey hat won or tied\ for the COA-

_. O.eh__ 55 II N Sea N to tots team won the 22nd annual --- .. -- ,- fresco championship.

.... LA-.T. .. 55 5Pp -. 54 sNo. Keystone 111*. Women's Amateur Softball AJsociaUon -- L..N s Pw Score by quarters: 725 N. MAIN ST PHONE I7MSJTO
a.- o.Ne -.. 11 e Tournament this ...._ p.N Jw5-1.aN' ... Moot HM. tad,... IMO *..
51101 -. u II .- Loses 537HASnNGSHaitinp' year i5ll.' 'CHalXet T I 111 22Bramon -I... I ....., ,.-M.. I .._5 t._
s..s .... at Orlando Fla., died Thursday ---1,
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saw Cdr 4 15r.. 5w/s .. CI..WPS. ., 555, 151 O..n seP401 S.la" a e..du PMw.w .. I T I 7 21
"! C_. Poe Off. atthcageelil. .. .
5r..d I. - ........-
04000550 II .aoas 507 151e ,
t 1 .,-.... a.e..er Cray 0.a..s.rrw II 5.dr..rr1.e.w -. ... a -, t Spuds- He wa admitted t* Emanuel I 401- .1... !40Ma5w. e ..... .
T 1 bra C.w.e 5. Pry L"' 5005115541 ten clinched .Hurt place to the Hospital No". 2 after suffering a( .. N.
i St Johns River' Coherence here stroke LM: 5e =.:. ISe. /
WIc .
"""' 115ITY CITY 500405401 h-1. 5 Iv
L N w Friday Bight! with 13 7 foMbaO
1-. ,_ 5cq fa Ie c_ 55 NM..kr..rer
-.. O N N victory ever K ytone Heights HEATING sad All CONOITIONIN&ISTIMATU -
5- tor ea 40
L_ Pro r 501i spy 5r w Oartt SIaftDIICllhClIhrM fill

_. c-P srr II N Ntoy. Ie _-...-_.... 15 II"T. 40 kMchdowaa for Ranting M run J. C. BROWN CO. football J4Id '
ac..ri.t 55 f 50,50 parr 5. N of tire and II yarda and a 30- o means
r 55
0.s. II II -'."ti 0 w yard pose from Alias Imfly lOt I W.
Mq..reA fly 5.., orp enA w 50 The km TD II* .....
7.01 rasa OIl N II .... KfjntaM earn
-. er.w Nods a..a N N M a yard ran ky .
... 5..r50M eCr.r. tjuartcr
II o5N-J 4 .ear' Cliff i flPlot.
:_. e'... -p Nwss.weul 4 54W TIre 5.550 'back Oaptnaa. Gary Cooper ..
",'.'Is SP.a -.C- & 5.5 5-r 5
5... /r --c wr.r I caught a put from Chapman
0,110 tC5. N N 1 the extra
era 50 al 1.5. M a- La A (fiat point e

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I Investor Optimism Rises; \w'f, j'f .... :1..jII'"}.. II".Z''!. .. .''1>, y 'q.. t.' 'It ,', ', '. ", )1',, ,,1". ,. ;r: .' ., "' -t .

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=;Credit Reins May Tighten 1 ." .,., .
\)) ')r f' '1, '.' f\ .tit. ,, '. .' ,

.- Wrni Bark (FtotriTJY of the economic picture last for others. \ )'ifJnl On" .1 .. .
THOMAS E. MULLANEY I week when he aald, alter expressing When stocks scored goo C

....,.,. Y. Times Financial Editor a hope that a shrinkage gains on three successive day -'.' ', tf
,NEW YORK- Favorable corporate of credit availability! would in spirited tr.dlnllalt w* e k ow : ; } ':" :': : 'i
developments last week not occur: Wall Street echoed with talk G f _,, ., ri" .: )'
created a current of Investor' 'There maybe some necessary a year end rally : r. ." ,
optimism that swept the lock: action that win have to be Had It already started Perhaps i \ _;. = ,}'I, ,: ( 'Of;
6 market ever higher. taken." but it la too early to tell w al \Ali '

I ..In four of the five sessions The stock market emerged The week's strong uptu I :w '. ; ; .
1\\ the averages bubbled to new last week with a burst of bul- might not be sustained ever tltl -- ': t!

peaks aa a strong tide of buying lish enthusiasm from the narrow next five weeks, without free"I / .. .. 'S' ,r\: ,I
z:' interest rippled through the trading range to which 1 It bullish news to keep price I 4 11. "'",
market. It was the busies had been confined since mid- buoyant. Those who expect I further .,, < .
week In seven months. September. Over that span the stock gains believe ev w : \ ;: ., 1:1:
> To some observers New York Times combined average deuce of Inflation will show U l L ) Y.
the self and sustain the market '
of SO stocks hovered be- L : ,.: ,
market was Week tween J20.5J and 815.48, with Customers' net debit balance l "n > } : '
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also signifyIng figures show there has been "H. ,
weekly net changes limited to no TI'' I"" t '' ,' ; !.;;;'$ t1,. ..'\, <'
Investors' fn a few points. excessive buying of stocks on 'I'j': '. I
belief that inflation margin. In times past unfavorable : _., '. .: I ", "
By contrast, Times average < ) 1 ; ," :,
la on the news undermined the market #
slimed 1.21 points last ' '
horizon and ::: week and closed at 121.'lI after more readily because mumore ,; ; :: '
that of investment had
some touching a historic peak at 535.- public : ; ,,
the excesses so been more heavily margined.It .
40. The Dow Jones Industrials
absent from the business difficult find the
long was not to ,
Jumped 1181 points to (90.72It
have Recent of this week'a investor
upswing germinated. sources .
came within three points on '. 'I't: ,
w banking statistics from the ebullience. They were, basically I ,;
Wednesday of the magic 900 level -
Federal Reserve to and : :. .1' 1 I 4 : .
seem sug- a barrier never pierced here- principally: CHRISTMAS't", a.. q?
gest that there has been another -tofore, but then backed Alcoa's. decision to raise :' : : ..
I slight tightening credit under the; force of profit away tak prices on both Ingots and fa brl- : ,I : .
policy. cated products; (
>Another two weeks should I ing.The Du Pont' plan to complete {::
bulls It
i make clear whether the Fed has now say that divestiture of its General Motors -
shortened the credit reins. Awhile won't be long before 900 Is stock holdings with a final 1 .
passed> and that 1000 Is a reasonable I.
H ago Federal Reserve distribution of 23 million GM. w
Chairman William Martin was objective before m I d961. shares to Its own stockholders .
\ thinking of mid November at' They seem to outnumberby next January.
I the proper time for a major re far the bearish contingent In -* The series of highly favorable \\
'appraisal. The General Motors Wall Street these days. dividend actions, part .- k 2::
strike and the Ford shutdown The Dow Industrials have abig I cularly the two for 0 one stock NOVEMBER
may have had a salutary effect following among traders, I splits by Sears, Coca Cola and &
I President Johnson seemed tohave brokers and Investors They are I Kodak and the special year-end f .,
dropped a hint of the ad watched closely by many Investors I payment of 75 cents by the Pen- 1''. '. r"
ministration's latest assessment and are t motivating force I nsy.business 1 ,r ,
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catalog desk In the main store. I.. Lanier, Zolfo Springs; Dorothy ,
BUILDING ACTIVITYThe Holton, Gainesville. \. : t
highest building activity Independent Checker Cabs ,
In Florida the first nine months of Gainesville Inc., Sit W. University '\ (
j his year was In the Gainesville- Ave., dealing In taxi ,:; ,,', ',," ,; .. i jf j
Ocala-St Augustine district according -business, with 200 shares 01 'jd' I o.j r ) ',
to the Florida Construe common stock at 125 a shar ,- f t' .
tion Review, published by the Incorporators were Sidney E 'l ,'" l \I U' ,h. ,< ,' I ,}oi'" .. ,. it
\ University of Florida Bureau of Brown and Betty R. Brown, 't I\ ,'"!,, .11\ ." ,-, a ," : : ," ,,.. : c
Economic and ,Business Research -Mlcanopy and James Quince, Again this year we all see many early signs of Christmas: i yes evena L
I Gainesville. """ % ** "'" l'-,"*"' j I't t
The construction, pace was up National Sewing MachineCo. i :: BEFORE Thanksgiving! Why? t f
a 3t.1 per cent over the same Inc., 113 W. University Ave., 1' '' \ ''' 'J'I' 1 \.. .- '' t 'I,; _
period of 1963.. dealing In sewing mach lass. Pre-Thanksgiving Christmas advertising and f Christmas merchandise displays ).
On the average, construction with 100 shares of common "r : 1i
was up 12J per cent for the 12 stock at S3 a there Incorpor ..'.f. are of tremendous benefit to every Gainesville shopper ','; i
t 3
1 districts In Florida. ton were James W. Miked Jr. t
Second In Increased construction -and Ellie J. Mikell and BesaieL A
growing of friends and
activity was the Miami Bell, all of Gainesville group your neighbors have learned how wise It Is r III

Metropolitan area, with 281 New Way Floors Inc., KM to make Christmas selections early, and these early advertisements and dls- t I
per cent followed by the West NW 1th Ave, dealing In floor \ "
Palm Beach Ft Lauderdale'coverings with 100 shares e f : plays are directed especially to them. .. \

BANK VICE-PRES. district, up 22.1 per cent common stock at $loo a share r I' .
Incorporators were L. J. Thorn If you were to Join the ranks of the early Christmas shoppers this d n!
Jack F. Smith, formerly ol BANK PROMOTION I as Jr.:, Jimmy Cleveland, W. N. year, .. ,"
the Florida National Bank of Gary Hart a native of New- Robinson, Leo J. Thomas Sr., here's what you'd find: You would find larger and more complete displays of 4a 0I P
Pensacola, has been appointed berry, has been promoted to the and Wayne M. Carlisle, all of .... 1
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"vice president of the Citizens position of assistant Gainesville. with much greater selections. you'd enjoy more prompt, unhurried I "1. ;-= w" n'
of Gainesville.He cashierat West Hills Memorial Gardens -
will be Installment loan the Citizens Inc.,. Hawthorne Rose, and more helpful service you could choose gifts more appropriately ;''' ,1 ) .'

and commercial loan lending officer -Bank here. r, dealing In cemetery business and you could mail without anxiety. You would find '' P'w
and will be In charge of Hart joined with 250 shares of common your shopping much :, / ,
the bank'a new business development the bank staff stock at $100 a share. Incorporators > : 1: \ more pleasurable and would save considerable time. Later when the
In were J. W. Williams pr* w
program, bank officials August 1961 ..
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:;announced. In a general Mrs. J. P. Whitfield and Joyce siar*, I. I Christmas activities of holiday cooking, greetings to almost-forgotten friends ) ,. s.:
Smith la active In the U.S. ban i operations W. Williams, all of Gainesville 't f' w
'j Marine" Corps reserve In whichhe training Jeanco Inc., 1120 W. UnIversity parties, tree-trimming, Christmas programs, caroling, and many other activities .: t 1
Is a captain, and la a qualified -program and Ave, dealing In genera '
?: \
; ore taking place /
Jet fighter pilot with approximately I. In charge of Hart merchandise with 100 shares of ? you can appreciate the real joy of the season by 'I laU

i 3500 flight hours the bookkeeping and proof de-common stock at no par value avoiding last minute shopping efforts that can easily throw (I
Smith 32, was born in Sioux partments. Incorporators[ were William 1 L. your Christmas .' ro' ,
City, Iowa. He and his wife Hart 25, and his wife, Deanna Otter and Jean A..Oetttr and season Into a hectic and nerve-wracking experience. ,', b
Betty, and daughter V a 1 erie and three children live In Herbert J. Jones, all of Gaines

live at 10 S.W. 23rd Drive. Newberry, ville.Child Evangelism Fellowship .. Early Christmas shoppers are a must for every store I None could ade arp"dr

k SEARS ADDS ROOM NEW CORPORATIONS of Alachua County Inc. quately cope with the store traffic generated If everyone waited Until the lost ..; s :;, .,' : ,
Sears has added extra apace Secretary of Slate Tom 3310 NW 6th St, for Bible studies I w
behind its building at 14 S. Main Adams has Issued the following and child evangelistic steel two weeks to do their Christmas shopping. Nor would they be able to obtain t: al
rt r'
handle heavy Christmas list of Ings. Subscribers were Archie ,,
SL to new corporations recently and ., Iter
catalog buying, store Manager chartered by the state. Incorporators OSteen Joseph Hill and 'J. display sufficient quantities or selections of merchandise. Only because

B. S. Data has announced. are not necessarily Leo.Sanders, all of Gala Seville. .?::- : of early shoppers encouraged through early advertising and Christmas dis ra
The additional apace was acquired corporation officers. The list Includes L
from the old Belk building : 0'. Inc., 637 NW 13th St. ,: plays, are stores able to re-order) their many depleted stocks In time for the E4 di'w
and will be used only for Joseph N. Holton Construction automobile renting and leasing. ':N" :
delivery of catalog packagesand Co. Inc., SMS NW 6th St.. dealing with 100 shares of common late shopper's final pre-Christmas rush Without the early shoppers, Christ toft
exchanges. Regular catalog In construction: with 200 stock at no par value. Incorporators -. .,Jc
'orders still may be placed either -shares of common stock at $10 were William D. Olin- mas disappointments would be many times greater! Children do not un fer. ", ou

by telephone, using a new a share. Incorporates were Joseph ger, Frederick A. Ollnger and '.w .' stand when Santa Is "sold y yr ... If'
direct dialing number, or at the N. Holton, Gainesville; T. Eleanor V. Olinger. out!1" j I ..... .. ?. on

,.. .
',, Shop early! Spend more time enjoying the really significant things of the .if" "I I

Gainesville Bank Deposits C' vas season that have to do with home and children and church. This K! .j

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"Y ie will be particularly "
Important because there arc only 24 shopping' : waso
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at Record Pace .y ;.. dc.'.; between Thanksgiving and Christmas. -
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Groiving In
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Bank deposits grew at a need 'cent growth, and Huntsville Haven. ,. }:, ( :
pace In Gainesville the first Ala., up 20 per cent Populous Miami reported seven it. .: .: <; f;' J
pine months of this year, com Demand bank depoeita w e re per cent growth for the two ".> 'f Ji>, ., 04' y ; tIC
pared with the same period last up 20 per cent In Dalton, Ga., nine month periods. ..." .. ., t
year, the Federal Reserve Bank n per cent In New Iberia, La., Florida's state average waa '0. "" '
of Atlanta etb district reported. and up 1} per cent in Plaque- nine per cent growth. Nationally :. ]
Demand deposits reached $63- mine, La. 344 cities reported average. Presented as a public service
130.000 to September In Ita November reports the II per cent growth In demand ]
This la an Increase ol nine reserve bank said three other deposits for the two periods.
1 per cent from August and of urban centers In Florida equal- Demand deposits In Gainesville by the I' Jb
IS per cent from September, led Gainesville's H per cent area banks In August were "
1X3. growth rate. These were Jack- |3 .K6,000, and b Septum r ca'
The first nine months thli 1 sonville, Pensaeola and Winter 1MJ were $36,711,001. ; ; ha.
year was II per cent higher ; the
than the same period last year. ---- I kin zuflk Stat 10'e
it i district only five cities nos Tae TL.. of
reported greater growth for tile Hlt'Lew' CUM Net Cly. I .., fas
pine month period. The IHd-// 25 Reila 146.65 145.12 145.91 ep .01 .r:
'". both pace age 'U4usr. 920.20 904.92 911.60 tff 2.25So In the interest of furthering the understanding of why early Christine tic
were Brevard County FI I o rids' Stocks 511.42 525.02 SlUt .ff 1.09 ft-
(Cap Kennedy), with J6 per I preparations serve eli Gainesville shoppers. ;
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SUllda,. November 22. 1964 Gainesville. Sim 11

Oesl Day Four By BOB MEEKER 1 .

VyingFor ;HomecomingsSweet -- Su Staff Writer

Twe more area high schools
CouncilAt I
saw victorious: homecemlag
In games Friday as the W4 football
I seasoa comes to aa end

the I KeystoneKEYSTONE aid the tenses activities cot

Victories Betted with homecoming ,parades

HEIGHTSFourmen coronations and partiesare .
Including the two Incumbents ever.

Mowing are running for two seats Melrose High School tripped-
on the Keystone Heights City up Taylor with ease for a final
Council In a contest which will score .f 11 I and the Dunael.
be decided Dec 2 in a city Damp But lea Tigers fen victim to Ihe

Commercials election. gauoplng Colts ef North Martonto
Both incumbents Bin Beam Not DrearyAt the tone ef 534Royalty

I, and Edgar Bennett, qualified
Cause Us PainBy some time ago but the others, Melrose 8 1 t u

George LaRue and H. L
SAM McGARVET (Hank) Ownbey filed papers
Sun Staff Writer just before the deadline last MELROSE A drilling rain ,
and a chill wind failed to dampen -
TV li marching steadily Monday. the spirit of Homecoming for
Ownbey who operates a Gaiety
head -from bad to worse. School
Melrose High Friday althe
Take for Instance a dandy lit- plumbing business here, has I i
victorious Mustangs provided

[served several terms on the
tle commercial on a laxative. A
council a proper setting for celebra N. Marion
Time was when things of that
LaRue an insurance agent; tion.Half :
nature handled delicatelyIn
wen ceremlnles
time saw
he attempted to run In the election SPAAR Homecoming wasa
school for example, we were
the crowning of Miss Bread
last year but was declared festive affair at North Marlon
taught to raise on. finger or Melrose Homecoming
Oberman as -
ineligible.' [High School as the North Marl
two depending on the nature of Queen for 19(4 by one of the on Colts ran wild over the Dun-
the distress. And later there heroes of the day football
capotaln semis Tigers for an added Impetus .
was a general retlnence about Waldo Vote Jim Ford. to the occasion.
public mention of bodily fun e-

tlons. .III ) Half time ceremonies Included -

1 But today on TV nothing Is Is Dec. 8 Standing to the chilly drizzleat L performances by marching
sacred and In the commerciali mid field the lovely Mill bands from both schools and North Marion Royalty

i mentioned a woman Is shown WALDO* Mayor W. L Pre- Brenda was trowned before 750 introduction of the royal court. Amid regal atmosphere Friday the coronation of

who Is obviously In very great vatt has qualified for re election spectators. She Is a 17 year Queen Frances Royals and King Robert Stone) and Queen Frances Royals took
confides t 0 King Robert Stone
and she were crown-
I torment, Is avery according to City Clerk old Melrose senior a memberof ed In place at North Marlon High School to the strain of '
that she having an Impressive atmosphere
millions Mrs. Buttes DeSha who said the Letterman Club, presidentof the North Marlon version of Bert I'arka "Minn
bad attack of constipation. of the well decorated cafetorhum
, |a municipal election will beheld the senior class and a cheer. the America." Robert and France. both 17-year-old aen
, here Dec. SIn .' leader She lives In Orange following game. lore
All of which reminds us that were crowned by last year's royally, ROM nay
have Its that election, Waldo voters Springs with her parents Mr. A and Miss Janice Frlemuth. (Sun photo, by Dub
while reporting may will choose a mayor two councilmen -and Mr.. Douglas Oberman. Meeker)
drawbacks, It Is Infinitely better and a tax assessor., .Mrs Members of the queen's court n+ As Miss Jackie Stroup sang< _" _. _"_" ___
than being known as the person h the North Marlon version of the
DeSha said star senior Vicki Gornto Junior -
who does the laxitlve commer- One of the Incumbents, Coun- ; and Connie King sop h o- Melrose Coronation traditional. "Miss America," atab L. City CollegeAwarded j

cial.Then cilman D. T. Webb, qualif ie d more. Third. grader Betsy Hoi- off on the annual Bert
Despite steady drizzle and a chilly breeze a happy
there's the shirt commercial for re election on Nov. U den, 8, bore the crown duringthe Parks performance at Atlantic
In It, a fine looking Neither Councilman Louie I ceremonies. Miss Brenda Oberman was crowned MlM Melrose City the royal couple was )

young man (wearing the spon Dempsey nor Tax Assessor Floats were Judged furlng a Homecoming Queen Friday by bobtail captain Jim crowned by last year's King and Grant \
socked the Ford. The pretty Mia Brenda In a 17-year-old Melrose Queen Ross and Miss
sor's shirt) Is on W. M. Norwood has as yet filed 7 parade at the field and Ray JanIce -
senior She la the of Mr. and Mra.
and savage Frlemuth.The
Jaw In an unprovoked for re election. the Future Farmers of America LAKE CITY A $ ,ooo Kellogg ty Swinger Is nursing Instruct
Douglas Oberman of Sun by
dock-wallop- Orange Spring ( photo
attack and a
Mrs. DeSha said the deadlinefor were first place winners. Second beautiful Miss Royals Is grant has been awardedto tor.
Dob Meeker
er's brawl ensues. Of and course the qualifying Is five days before place went to the majorettes ) tne daughter of Mrs. D. F, Royals the nursing< program at Lake Students In the two yea r
the shirt man .wins unwrinkled the election. and the Letterman Clubran of Reddlck. She Is a 17 City Junior College and Forest terminal program also takt
shirt Is smooth and Inference third. I Ii year old senior a member of Ranger School, President Her classes under Instructors In the

despite the that brawl If and wear the that- Dr. MorrisonIs i A victory dance In the school; United the Annual staff, Futures Teachers '>ert E. Phillips announced last transfer division of the Junior
li you battles gymnasium wound up the 1964 Thanksgiving of America the National! I week. wllrge. Their f education I In-
shirt you will win many Promoted homecoming festivities for Mel- Honor Society and vice president The W. K. Kellogg Founda- eludes clinical experience a>
and so will your shirt rose High School of the senior class tion Nursing Grant will be used two Lake City hospitals! th" e
Did you ever hear such nonsense GREENVILLE N.C Dr for materials, supplies, and Veterans Administration Hnapl-
in all your life! It makesus Robert R. Morrison son 0 f Dr. Edds Gets Service at WaldoWALDO Robert Stone la the 1010 I 1 t travel to expand the | U II Ian tal and Lake Shore iloapUal
wonder what nn earth has Mrs. R. H. Hebnintoller of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stone ol 1 r college's nursing program,,. At the end of their two years'

happened to TV advertising Hawthorne, has been promotedto Nationalveterinary .Anthony. He ls 17 years old. ionJor .t which began this semetter. study at Lake City ,Junior College .

pnpywriters. the rank of associate professor PostDr. .* ipeclal united service for ThanksgivingwW: ball and end basketball a member teams.Other of the. fool Fifteen students make up the and Forest Ranger School I,
Another gem concerns the at East Carolina Collegehere. be held torah denominations In Waldo Wednesday. nursing' program's tint class tne students will be eligible totake
choice of a bleach, In which an ', ,The event will be hosted by the Methodist Church and aU finalists were Patricia Mrs June Hannon Is director( their licensing examination
In Dr. Morrison a native 0 f George T. Edds head of of the program and Mrs. Dtlr
Irate man roars denominations are expected to attend and participate. ,The Perry and Gloria Tochman for *.
ihvIngrooroo mend brings on Gainesville Is married to the the Florida Agricultural Experiment public II Invited. the queen's title, and Tom Snider -
a ,headache, which a succeeding -former'Patricia Carey, of Wash Stations Veterinary Waldo church leaders say there Is much for which a feeling and Roger Wood for king [
commercial promises to re- ington. He received his A. B. Science Department has been of thankfulness exists, rot the least of which Is the ""
levelntwoaecondslnstMdofthe Degree from George Washington elected to serve on the Erects of in and without giving Junior attendenls to the court I
privilege Joining worship, secrecy,
of the National were Sandy Coop, Bobby GI I b-
by rival University In 1850 his M.A. tive Committee Bear's
four seconds thanks for personal faith( and the national freedom to express .
from Middlebury College In Association of State Universities thankfulness son, Kathy Snelllng and Robert,
products. 1954 and his Ph.D. at the University and Land Grant Colleges. Yongue Reba Bernard and Corky (
So we get TV free and we The service Is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov 96f .
commercials! But of Florida in 1963. Edds was elected to the committee Prultt were the sophomoreattendants Chat
must expect ( Nov. 11 and win serve and Jettie Y f u n g,
do we have to suffer to the To Speak Today j in the Veterinary Division. He and Martin Tittle representedthe (

prccest! will participate In the NASU- -, freshman class.
while we're at TV. we I
And u well gripe about the Mrs. Chris Matheson 0 f] LGC Senate representing veterinary Following a triumphal march I'' ( 4 Uy SHARON KAY tiREEN:
may Gainesville, president of the colleges and veterinary 1 down the aisle by the r e ral.I
programs.Our Florida United Church Women, science departments, as further Shark t
Is a Sunday court a victory dance In lie
favorite peeve char- wlU speak today at the Wom- plans develop for strengthening school cafetorlum broughtNorth The 1M4 Homecoming ef Dixie our students and guests from
which a 1
night show In muddle their en's Day Observance of the undergraduate and graduate v' I. Marlon's 164 Homecoming High School was a grand Mayo and Chlefland.

ac,er and his wife situation Johnson Chapel Baptist Church. teaching and research.. ChatterBY to an end success and everybody enjoyed The Seniors are still selling
way through a.trite Her topic will be "Christian Edda is located at I ; > themselves all during t the activities their fruitcakes with a great
while a captive studio audience Women at Work In the World city of Florida In C.In'IVw..1 of the week. The 1964 deal of luck.. The cast for the
shri-ks: with laughter at every j Homecoming Queen is Ml l isDlanne senior class play has been s.

w\lrd. Oiteen. lit runner up lected and they are Sharon I
He asks "Is that so?" (much WCTU at Williston Hears III MONROE GAl'LTNEY and JOAN ROSS I Is Miss Shirley Cooper sits Kay (Green Ann Mines, Linda

laughter) are Miss Sharon Dlanne Green !Spillers Lester HaD. Wayne I!
She replyi "Y II. that li sotmore I" Talk by State President and Miss Barbara HilL I Mathls, Shirley Cooper. Randy
( 1.) Our school finally got a commercial nomlcs; Jan Johnson Laundry;I >, rx The score for our Homecoming -'Corbin. Janet Strickland. Son.

He repeats, "That Is is. WILLISTONflorida- Wom-I the local union chapter for the teacher U she teaches][Monroe Gauluvy, Achievement football fame was tl to I ny Wadaworth and Palsy

(pares: of laughing) en's Christian Temperance Union I most outstanding report sent to I as well as she looks, we sure Leadership and a Certificatefor against Mayo. lUeth./ The name of the play
conclusion you can having attending State Conference football Dim Is "Do
only After the game You Trust Your Bey
The I
President Mrs M. J. Mate-I the Sate Convention, held to have a dandy. She is Miss l "
1 last
draw, after listening to that program in Gainesville SummerlM from NAPE radio.friend The play to scheduled:
to that the comedian has net. Orlando spoke to Willis I Daytona[ Beach last October. Kathryn McNeely and this b minim.?. The banquet was heldIn station In Jacksonville, wn to be December 14I .

pAcked the studio audience I ton WCTU members at a recent The report was on the social her flnt year of eommerc I .1 Branson. the MC for our dsnct. This I I There will be I dance after
sisters cousins and meeting to the home of Mrs I service work the Union had accomplished she likes was different and Mr last football with
with his teaching We hope. i Mrs. BrummlU's hoy slag l everyeoe game
.unt5. And that his kinfolk findIt a G. Barton. I In WUllston. teaching and especially I In Cedar seemed to enjoy it very much. Lake Butler Our own dance
class went to Gainesville to
eailer to dutifully laugh ev- Other visitors Included Mrs. The local chapter collected Many records were won by. band_win play.
he opens his mouth.riTher Gertrude Rogers, state treasurer 4 discarded nylon hose for the KeYLThe look at several abed homes
the rascal St I ItosplUl to Arcadia, used greeting banquet The class has been spendingtime '
than support ; Mrs. Evelyn Shepard, 4 Il achievement
The reason given for the studio Petersburg, Y. T. C. director: j cards for the Harry Anna Nov. 12 was a lot of fun looking at new homes to ruraafordllosnital 11

audience Is that comedians and M. J. Maloney husband of I Hospital In Umatilla, and cancelled -We had five 4-H'ers !from Cedar Cedar Key and elsewhere as
wart better that WI,. Ill just the presidentThe ; stamps to send to to Key who attended the ban part of their Home Economics: THOMPSONHawthorne I. ,!
AdmlsfloMNo James
[ mall William Bra
too bad that the one we refer group beard Mrs. Maloney I help! printing tracts and testaments quet. We hope to make It more study. U Mary Lou Cooper l lee Jr., both of Starke. w al > 1) 1

to cant tee the race at talk on the goals of the I next year The 4-Hers from I The seniors plan to hold a Hampton.Nov. Nor I' Ida Smith Jackson I '

our home when he comes onto WCTU and Its new rules and Local president Mrs. Agnes Cedar Key that won awards turkey shoot Wednesday, Hey. U. Mildred C. D a vie ville. '
lei who can mash down first regulations She urged the :Sheffield presided over the were Ann Smith Clothing; Deb 25, at 4 00 ,.11I. Waldo; E. C. CuenoVt. Keystone .

on the "off"* button. group to seek new members. meeting and refreshments were bit Booth Home Improvement.; Lions to Fete Heights! ; ON King, La. BirthsNov. a
we're concern a, ''''Darlene' H.ID. Ece- Our High School sew a movie
As far as A silver presented served. Barry 1
McGee." cup [M Florida test Wednetdsr. It tey U Mr and "'fl. Waiter -
"It aint funny,s wes titled The Greet Master I Nov. 14. Geneva Thames Albert Davto, ef Waldo a f
e j ''piece" and showed quite a bit Dist. Gov. Tanner Joaeph Bemle Bakken. daughter, Vickie Diane D
No Irkky this week.I about this attraction in Lake, Laura Alice leach Florence A Nov It. Mr. and Mrs.
read la a library that the 3 Wales. The Great Master HAWTHOfCre The Hawthorne Brown, Arthur Ambrose Dale. Charles Wayne Klrkland e f j
way to keep the Ltttle F e lk _," Is Leonardo da Vinci's Lions Club will welcome Hattie EUubeth: Wad*. 0 e r I II|Lawtey. a daughter.

away is to wear a coat that Is ("Lord's Last Supper. The rep District GevernM Charles H. Corrtoe Hardy all ef SI s rke.EUaha Nov. It Mr, and Mrs. Leon (

Inside out and It Ilea to Lake Wales to done to Tbompeon. District ..U Liens Prescott: ta.", !Norman' Jr., of StarU a ones
All week rye tried It [Mosaic tile and has an Inter International tomorrow it Ella Nov. 11 James Mitchell Grtf-| Discharge '
works like a charm for rve tI letting history behind it Gay Han, .to JI tJIonI. fie, Martha Pye. Donoa His Nov. 1) Lara Delia Grant i
not seen Irtky. ched demons, Lloyd J. Bryan. Amelia Gail Crawford Hate e ,
But bow do I explata the to- The flit grade Is working Lion Thoflipeoai will advise Oat Stashes Clay L Culhrta. Z. Bell Mary den Martta and t

lid lilt coat to A1IcttlIistorian :oa a project IB petrtotlem to- and assist Rawtborae Lleas'presldeat Hawthorne; Patsy 1 t f III land, daughter Mary Catherine I \
doting American Heritage and Bnggtos and ether ..- .
Lawtey.No rooa Peter Taylor, baa Bensley. -
Post [Thanksghrtag hi America Irene and members en matters *. tl Myrtle tee Nettles, .

Cedar Key PTA held Open pertaining to Lkm adlnlnla Arthur Brown, Alice Afln Rg I" Hoe IJ Vrmttte Rulrson.

Prof. GelU fv1 ,novae Night m We*. 11 to give doss end their program ef hemanJUrta > later Herbert Sprinter lei I ton'Gladys Untie Underbill CI I I' e
For parents a better epportunfty to service. III. Jarqufltoe Ana Chase.'King.Nov..
see how students are doing to 1bom.,.. to I member of the aO. ef Starke; Sharon swine I' Frankle L It OlIN
Professor Charles G. Cells their work. Riverside Lions dub to JaeksoenrtBe. Scott. Welter Albert Davis, both Jackson Charles Evan; MheO.

foster with the Florida AgrV ''I I The autorettes, ander dlree-] where be baa served 01 Waldo; Willie Lee Mills.Metrese $ol. IS.TUIman RichardMctotoeh
cultural Experiment Statical 1 tins Jean Boa, flowed]to be efflres ef vice presk ; Zedra WUlton HanvjUtoo. Louise Kite II

ha* be* elected histories el, a :cafled Oee-Cag the Pa-l out fresUeet and -. Het Breoker; Joel Aba BrauK.KrystoM Nov. II Martha ,,.. 'I

the Sontheesten Section ef lilt Fired,* last ,...,. Our aoavOn t ef the m acrid g*,er- Heights.Nor. Nov. 17 Myrtle Lee !Nettles.Lorraine .
Society ef America Foresters. j art Baking a film ... supervtae the amid n-Ahrwn lasses Marie Johnson, Donna 1
Celts will assume the duties Jtewtsf. The greop Is csortVj mote them VfM Ueae Broom. Ltwtey; > t\m Lee UlartttO Oemans.Nov. .

ef his new efflee 1$.. 13 Memorial lasted ...... Ow mode do- launders, Earlton: ; Enwetlae 11 Waller Albert Perto. ,
lira Urn-year terns. Kennedy par Dnt. The najerellesmarched 5 Hawthorne Club to a twtt 'ortythe. Lake Geneva; Bee [. Em Mine Forty"" D tie

Celts was eoUfled WBUara el his eke-E. Tie readnlde Memorial te late )President i John 0. Kennedy at the t* M ef [ at lest week's game bteraational ueocUUoa tree Lflias Pendletoa' Tamra;I Canine Rarity, Mildred C Da.
tumor Ik by Tallahassee. Florida. Michael CUkooly a* fruhly dereraied with flowers berrast ef the annlvwearr [They marched U4 week at dubs knows primar- France Lee Strickland,, Interlachcfl. Is snd McfIt.r'Idle Diane "

I Alabama and Georgia comprisethe teday. The GUJwoly h.we In located M 8R-1I. abed five miles went efSUrko. IIroII & The Sharks heed was) ibtir work to sight eee, J ,them Spencer Mar 'III,
Secthcaeteru Section. (Sew pha. ky Seas McGarvty) also tovtted. awl aid to SM Must "". II leaded Joyce Kor Irene Mildred Brooks.

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lj c..i..y; ;. Swrt ""';"f, i ..\,...;." Lam. h..".

::;. .,.1L,:T...<... 1.'f.. ., ': .
I 'J\r / .
.trl1. /f. it' ,
Highway Site 't ;IV. J;:ty2f "t / ,

Costs Load Eli l 1i! }( ? i 'tlhjllnlai?!! !!}?!fliiii.1! !?, nt"!! ,? ?
I !I! a tlII} ?(t'?! .1} ;!?:! ?? : ; :??,. },:;!!! ,?!I!!?!IIkliII!I?! }!'!! !?!j!;t.'':.'

It ?!flat! lt.
f Vt:' It il't
(AP-A big (II ..,, ?t3,! i!

push Saturday appeared.shift be the shaping cost up of !?!? ALL STORES WILL BE CLOSED THANKSGIVING

primary highway altea from the it
counties to the atatea.Commlaslonel'l ?IlII "
from a hand }
ful of North and West Florida !( !ilf

Friday counties In fired appearances the opening before gun iI} }I jIIII.II

the Legislative Council's Road .II II?. Ili!

Committee.They said most every countyIn III} }!Ii i Il t Iii
Florida was staggering under
the burden of paying highway E ill l! I } ST .. !!!lal! !!! : '
cite costs and trying to stretch i I'I I f f II! I l'Uulpl! !EElIEEII''.Ii Eli II! !!' !Ij IiIEIE; ,
Its remaining money to fit local' lllll i Ii !
road needs.
The commissioners asked that

tha Legislature give counties all W-D Broad Breasted Grade ."A" FrozenTURKEYS
the Income from the last cent
of the seven-centa-per-gallon tax r u. s. D. A.GRADE.
that could
on gasoline so they
build their own roads. The State
Road Department controls X
per cent of this money now; the
counties the rest
County officials said that they
could bund secondary roads for
about half the present cost of
$40,000 a mile that would be ad-
equate for traffic.
A road department spokesman
Attorney Bryan Henry opposed -
both requests.He !
said that taking over the > "+ '
cost of buying primary highway k
sites would aim ply reduce the 18 TO 22
amount of construction accord
Ingly. And diverting the seventh
cent of the gasoline tax to the \\ POUNDSLB. 33
counties for highway construction -
also would mean the state
would have to maintain the sec-
ondary roads for the counties. \ .
for the seventh cent money la
for maintenance now, ___
i Henry said.

Both new obligations together
would reduce Florida's primary
road construction work from $57
million to about $24 million a
year he said. 39
The committee, beaded by
Rep. Lynwood Arnold of Jack. w
aonvllle, gave no indication of
what It might recommend. It. LB.
will hold public meetings In other
parts of the state soon.
The State Road Department
plans to seek an overhaul of the I
land condemnation laws In an
effort to cut costs tinder present _: I I {IFOR YOUR ;
law, the state must pay all I' I :I (JTHANKSGIVING TURKEY I ITb'
costs of legal proceedings. I I e
One appraisal Is required for : /Jj' lt I
the guidance of the court hold : 1011' -- ,
Ing the condemnation trial and
Is binding on nobody Henry XWEII : PUMPKf 1 ''s ape
said. Yet COlts cl this appraisal HOUSE : '
alone adds up to $750,000 a year "''':::., : -....-
statewide. He liked the commit. .I v
tee to help eliminate It ;"} 18
The cost of attorney fees -
which the state must pay-has .
doubled under a law change that
allowed them to be by a : j CRANBERRY BROWN I SERVE

ry judges said., Instead of juries, Hen COFFEE I COFFEE ''Pie Pumpkin I SWt. Potatoes j, CAKE MIX SAUCE TWIN ROLLS

R... Sze 1-Lb. Can Rog 77e 1-Lb. Can = Reg. 2/29 303 Can j Reg. 2302 Con {Reg 29* 19-ox. Pkg..I J Rg. 27* 303 Con I Reg 271 ., 12-Ct. Fkg

AMA's RolcDcfclItlcr In 5.949 'S 10 5 FOR $114,0, $112.0.39:2 I .49F

Nn Easy Open CIII { ,NnrEa ,Open COlt { For Horn. Made Pumpkin Pi. { Comport Quolly and Price { Whit.,Y.ltew. Devil Food Wholt Btrry or StraIned j P,r4td For Holiday Mdai?

FSU Talk I

American Medical Association, "A" FROZEN SHENANDOAH BONELESS
sometimes cast In the role of being :,.t -
Roast 98'
against everything, Is progressive u,.
Its public relations director BUTTERGR. THRIFTY MAID STRAINED
James Reed, said Thurs [ "A"

day.Speaking at Florida State Unl! -'f ; ii kRKEYLb. 39'_ Cranberry Sauce

verslty'a public relations day,
Reed said that doctors are
trained to be prudent, methodical Gizzards 29'C 29
and to carefully analyze a" u I

"They shun expediency In legislation LBe 59 R'"'" 2'' 5" sx' E ''
as they do In the practice ? Young Geese LD. 39'FISH
of medicine," Reed said :
"But this does not mean that the Fiurr
medical profession stands for ,*
the status quo or that It has not Grouper Lb.39'POCK
been progressive. Quit to the v
contrary the phenomlnel progress QUARTER COINS SLICED 1 INTO

practice In medicine In this country and medical In the r Pork Chops u>. .59'KRAFT FruitCake
past' quarter century Is one of r I EXTRA
the most dramatic stories of our PHILADELPHIA CREAM
I .
time." t 1..rin... '
The :AMA has been an out. NYaMery.te :: Cheese 8-oz. Pkg. 29 DELUXE

spoken foe to Medicare, the proposed l "'::::::,,": ,.. MIRACLE WHIP (*STICKS) 2H-LB. 99'
congressional act to provide
medical assistance to the EXTRA Maroarine 33'THRIFTY $UVolueAIM ,
EXTEPA u4 N E r1-fA Lb.
elderly through an expansion el TOr xALW "t I I TO VALYI TAMP3 I TOI VAlU1 !TAMPS .1
the social security taxes.
Reed said that the dramatic W 0/. Ir 1 n.a alai. /.rS
chang la the on. that makes TePIMI T.n Piax.t T.. B.a
.. .
the headlines. ao.a tt..r Nt/.11 n a. 1 a-ray. a.+1. a...,,..v .
In the role of a serious- EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA
minded killjoy viewing with ToP AlU13L nPs I I To. VALt/1 STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS HEAVY BAKING
alarm, while others are offering tr.a Nalia.l ....
to play Santa Claus with the U NaDi.n.rt ".:::::':::- 2" u4s1.
taxpayers' money." (.NYed BN f aP.r Pt.tet HENS
safe w N a.N .N. .Y Ma. N./ -.- NrN
.- .

Just Confused AVIVM 3 9'

Ceeortu Stkt :;i-1? II*. >lIst I 4"$1 u.
C.k .
LAS VEGAS, Ne,. (AP C. :
..... .Y Na. .. .. .aaa r..rr ..+. tla it e.N- es > BRAND GRAM A FROZEN
Clynn Wolf seemed to like wife ..-- ..,
No. IS better complained wife
No. II.Wolfe's. 1r
It-ytar-oU wife, De- I
Merle, got a divorce Fl .Uy after a '

Anjelts testifying address he shared with a Sheri Los i The Smart Place To ELrn.

Wolf, 22, wife No. 1$. She l''
Charged mental cruelty. ,
Wolfe. SO, a former Hollywood
hotelman, Md DcMerl were
married Aug. 17 In Las Vegasan
hour or so after she divorced
her first husband.

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,. November 22. 1964 Calne.yill. Sun 3B

/ f{ I I \ ;; t lh 'rf '. _, '; .. ., h.,,:! \ I fl l'. ." ,4, Police, FireReport

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.:I nt"rtln11t?';; !(!} llnf!, litlptrI Accident Roundup

Involved In accidents reported
I by the Gainesville Police Department -
I and the Alachui Coun-
: s ty Sheriff Department during
BUY YOUR the past 36 hours were:
Filly 1528 NE 8th
Ave. and Helen V. Rowley 17U
NE 15th Ter, at 1:35: p.m. Sat-
urday at NE Bib St. and 8th Av..
David Ros and Gordon N. Ross 242 C Flav.
Ill, at 12.02 p.m. Saturday in
MENU P.AtuIC .1 the Ave.500 block of W. University

Lonciuj Brown Hawth o r n i
Opd aES ..
.; J JI. and Raymond F. Hurkab -,
: :' "I 1014 NE lib St., at 10.10 a m.
il. "!lI,,. I' It ::; ;;::b."III' "" "II"'.. :........., il.AU. Saturday at NW 7th Ave. and

Apples I 5 Lb. *JQ t?< PRICES GOOD. THRU NOVEMBER. 28TH J. C Wilson: 1007 NE 25th
a. Bag 'N:';:':'.:=::. N. Ter. and Mack A. Jones 63
FRESH FLORIDA NE 17th St. at 1.40 p m. Fridayat
Oranges 5 49 St. and 5th Ava.Tnerrell
,; Bog
; Dinners EACH 39" S. Williams Schucht
Village and Charlie A. Philman
5 49' iJ s ASTOR FROZEN FRENCH FRIED 3328 NW 19th St.. at 1:35: pm.
Bag r'' Friday In the Gajnesvllla Shopping
RUSSET CAKING POTATOES lb. Potatoes 4 0 os: 'I. Center parking lot

Bakers 10 Bog 79'YELLOW ASTOR OR LIBBY FROZEN Shelly Miller, (10\ NW 3rd SL
and James E. Cannon, 411 NW
COOKING 10-01. nth St., at 5 37 p.m. Friday
Green Peas 5 'I 1.
Onions ? 5 39' Pkgv lit University Ave. and Main St.

Apples. 2 >u*. 39' i 0 Spinach 5 10-Pk 0=.. 'I 1. NW US Lovely 30th pm., 1324 Ava Friday NW and at 24th William SW Place 13th,SL E.at "

Cranberries. 29' Bruce Dean, Rt. 4 and Del-
Box Broccoli. 5 p?;::i. moos Davis Archer Road, at
4 55 p m. Friday at SW 13th
:. I Kenneth W. Bates, 4141 NW12th
IP : Baby Okra 5 Posue Ter and Dorothy B. Zetro
uer, Rt. 3. at 4 25 p.m. Friday
CIL iiEy : Jane B Cor re II, 3111 SW 1st
Cream Corn 5 PieI Ave. and Joseph M. Snow Jr.,
34(1( NW 13th St., at 4 p.m. FrIday -

1 191W 1 Pie Shells: '' 391 Bth Joy Ave M.and Grantham Vera G.McCoy 1712 ,NW Rt. r y

STALKS \ A 4, at 3.01 p.m. Friday at NW
'' 2 LBS 29 MORTON FROZEN ROLL 5th Ave and 17th St.
1 Irving Kaplan, 1801 NW 38th
Parkerhouse33Pkgt Ter.' and Adrian Merarl and,
Jacksonville, at 10:40 a m. FrIday -
In the 400 block of E. University

Ava.Charles _
E. Butler, 117 SE! 4th 1
Ava.and Eddie Duggan address
i i i I a unknown at 11:04: m. Fridayat
SE :3rd! St. and 4th Ave.
i :.- Elester C. Yates T2S SW 2nd t
: / \ : : St. and E sla N. Blalock, 1831
: NW Uth Road, at 10:42: am.
Friday In the 200 block ot W.

( KRAFT- I I Niblef tilt[elan _4fM /// Universityva.Eric F. Shrader.. 732 NE: 3rd
VEEP I _s st1AY0NNU I Ave and Roy D. Watson Mica-
nopy, at 10 21 a m. Friday In a
/ s I 9 parking lot In the 200 block of
I W. University Ave.
I Johnnie 1. Groom, Newberrjr" !
::: =' "" I
-- single car), at I 39 a m. Satur*

I Martin, Ocala, (
Rag. 63< Quart Jar j! Reg. Sir Quart Jar J: Reg 31( 303 Can {:Reg 2/39 1 12-or. Can 1;' Rag 35* Jumbo Roll, I Reg 270. 50-ct Pkg I Rag 2/33i 12-oi. Brl.s "'** arrested by Calnesvllla po-
lea at 1:IS a m. Saturday In (

3911 39 !_ 25 2 FOR 29 29 = 2 F0R 49 = 2 FOR 25, the and Intoxicated.Ugon 1900 charged block. with of driving I. Main while SL \

I ,.
-.Quality Low WQ Price !\ Compare Quellly end Price | Famous Quality Low WOO Price J Fomout Quality I Low W.D Price I| Famous Quality Low W.O P,1ce | Fameut Quallly.Lew W.0 Price !j Campers Quality end Pray 2, was M.arrested Cromwell by J Alachua, RL

County Sheriffs deputies at
.I 11 08 pm. Friday on Slate
|Road 200 and charged. with drlyIn
I/ while Intoxicated.

'Pineapple No.2Can 33' MORTON nOIlN I I '.31 Fire a.m. Call Friday, a great.
ALL FLAVORS ''fir.( at 1049 NE 9th Ave.
I Al I.OS pm. Friday an oven
Na.214Can 35'CLAPPS Fruit Pies (Ira at 3902 NW list Drive.
I r At 125 p.rn. Friday, a flooded
CHOPPED heater at 711 NW 14th Ave.f .
15'CLAPPS At I p m. Friday M electrical
Peaches ". w 7t..o.Jar fAMILY + short at 1109 NW lib Ave.
CHOPPED 3 SIZE $1 r r i At. a pm. Friday, a tree
(Ira In the 1800 1 block of SW UthSL
Vegetable Bacon 7'4- z.ar 15' INCLUDING PUMPKIN a MINCE NEAT .


Mexi-Pep . ***.**. 21'IL.ACXIURN N Turkey Less

MADE This Year

Syrup "J. ( No. 58OftI. 59'HOOD COCONUT
The price of turkey, main attraction >
of the ThanksgivingUhle
TWIRLS should pleas houMwIvethi
33" Bleach r Quart SUPERBRAND year.A .
abundance of blg-
"HOOO ALL FLAVORS .., bird and a good supply of
33 Bleach 37' 1 ..... 49 should hold turkey
I HoIf..... 'c 1 ) *> ir lightweight
price below thme of lad year
HOOO"EZ" DIX [OAaLING RG. 2.r IA Ona lane fond chain lUla 18II -
Starch 21' Ice Cream lb. lur.". at II cent a
: Quart pnund In It.New York are out.
HOOO !ell; 19-18 IB. turkey*t IS cent
a pound; and turkey under II
"EZ" Starch Half-Gallon 39' REG. 59f tt*. at 19 cent 8 pound. The
prices range from .two lo lour
ALUMINUM FOILReynolds/ below those of
cent a pound
: 33' ASSORTMENT OF THE FINEST 49 JTIuuikiglving! week last year.
2S-Ft. M | ThanaiOvUig'! other/ Irtdltlon
BATHROOM TissueComo Fruit Cake 11 Item may be more aspen
.. ;l")v*. Cranberry price may be
Tissue 4 RoIIPkg29 t up In many area. Onion, ear
MATERIALS Iron and tanned pumpkin. ap-
KRAFT MIRACLE let abundant. Potatoes.
Safflower Oil. 49' MAKE YOUR OWN FRUIT CAKE, ASTOR FROZEN ORANGE Iscarc. lilt month, my ba ai
24-01. Bot. IT'S FUN. *\ double Mat pearl price.
KRAFT SALAD OH QUART 4U HAS AU THE LEST MA IK INGS. Juice. 2 12.oz. 9 9 Broccoli cabbage, celery cu>.
? umber, lettuce pepper, r4Isrwt
Salad Oil : t 48-01. o' I CANS I add IIJIJ..... fill vegetable
bine) acroai .Uw natloej.
Roast beef to UO a bargain
at many meal counter Pork:
ra&! and barn are) attractively

For Good Things To Eat ,.1 I I I priced lUll plenuful bi atm many abundant for area torn*,.)will Urn remain .

., Though Tokyo comprise :a
I.different munJclpelUk*. II baa
alnga! admlmstraUvc- Mad.SUllde .

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IB Gainesville Sun Sunday, November ZZ, 1964 ,
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I Cane I Westwood I With The :.. Panther's


CommentsBy By Whispers SUB CASPER Boys TaleBy 4

--- -- ---- .. Scorer's Club Physical instructor .! her 27 at 2 p.m. and November CAROLYN HILL and TUROtf COURTNEY I
John Potockl has organized 21 at 11 a.
past week taw the time- tamed, and earlier Sam H o .1- The Westwood Whirlwinds de, plants to add color and vitality Scorer's Club with: m. I
honored ritual of six weeks land told this reporter that the feated the Buchholz Buccaneer I to the library. meetings a scheduled each Saturday Guitar Lessons With Christ NHS Is very pleased with l The FHA and FFA clubs

tests being enacted once again. goal was far fro m be inl by a score of 20-0 last Friday Last week two students from at 11 a.m. Members are mas rapidly approaching many the showing that the Junior i both had meetings Thursday

I There were, however, more reached.On night. This was not Just another -the University of Florida's College given Instruction In core e I boys are changing their Varsity football team made night The FFA initiated the
f notable events. Friday of this week, GH victory for the team. It was I of Nursing came out to the keeping, league and Individual requests to Include a guitar, new members. The. FHA had
On Thursday, November 19 students journeyed to Ocala to a victory that gave Westwoodan school and showed a film and record keeping and equipment Most of this Interest has been this season. These Junior high formal Initiation as well as a
the Gainesville High School watch the Hurricanes tack undefeated and untied season -many pictures about smoking repair In both football and bas- generated by the guitar lessons school boys' record showed they I talk on marriage in our county
Chamber Orchestra presentedits the Ocala Wildcats. On the afternoon As you can imagine, all to the classes of Mrs Crulck ketball. Current members are offical each Saturday at 1:30 were unbeaten, untied, and I by Judge MacDonald, Alachua I

formal fall concert In theS. before the game, a pep the students are happy and still shanks, Mr. Faxon, and Mr. Tom Carney, Guy Harvey, Robert p.m. Special attention Is being unscored upon this year. The County Judge. I

A. Hussey Tea m Teaching rally was held in the gym, con bragging over this victor) 0 I I Robison. Before the movie they Bass, Kenneth White, Bob- given to boys without an Instru- team averaged thirty points I I Saturday, Nov. 14, "the FHA I
Auditorium. The title of the ducted by the cheerleaders. season. Information sheets ment so that they may decide !
were given by Sloan, Larry White and Jim .
The outlook for the went to a district meetIng
whether to continue this inter per game
program was 'Music In the Next Tuesday and Wed sea- and questionnaires to fill out. Flowers.
In a few weeks the Whirlwind I my est or nolBeA future varsity team is very In Jacksonville at' Paxon
day for the 196
Round". The title was approp- group pictures After the movie they were given
riate for this performance due Hurricane will be taken. The fans will be heard cheer- another questionnaire to fill El ctrlclty and Electronic Sectional Games Room'good with these fellas coming Senior High School. All I the
for basketball team The first meeting of th e girls who attended the meetinghad
Ing our -
to the fact that the concert was pictures will be taken throughout out and see what they learned Tournament Gainesville will\
played in a style similar to the the day and will include Instead of the football team. from the movie. Boys' Club Electricity and Electronics host the 1964 Boys' Club of America up.The seniors !In the Modern a nice time.

formal chamber concerts that service clubs, interest club sand The basketball season will open This year's safety patrols class will be held Tuesday Sectional Games Room Family Living class took a field I The Newberry Varsity football -
were popular during the time special groups. Dress for Friday, December 11, at the have been chosen. There are November 24 at 7:30 p.m.. To urn a meat December 21. trip to Penney's department team ended their football
of colonial America. Works the pictures Is the following: GHS. gym. The Whirlwindswill approximately thirty five pa Meetings will be held each Tuesday Boys' Clubs from Orlando, Tampa store in Gainesville Wednesday.The season Friday night in Green-
under the of
performed Included music by for girls, light pastel or white be confronting PK.Y. All trols. The patrol system this I sponsorship Lakeland, Winter Haven, M.F.L. class is taking up ,v111e.'The NHS Marching1 Band
the IEEE.!: Dr. Vincent
ninth invited -
Mozart, Corelll, Edward Elgar, short-sleeved blouses (preferable grade for boys are to year is set up In three shifts is chairman of the Electricity Bradenton, Palmetto, Pinellas clothing at the present time. went along and played at half
Felix: Mendelssohn and Gustav ) with a small collar and try out this great team. Last The director. of this group Is committee.Boys' Park and Miami are expectedto They were shown the things time,
Hoist The concert was held by a dark solid color skirt (blue, year and the year before we Mr. Lancaster, a teacher of mathematics be represented In checkers, that they should look for when ,
will be divided Into three
invitation. back etc) Girl officers will won the basketbaU trophies. We here at Westwood. I caroms, Indoor horseshoes, and buying clothing Saturday night the Junior
This last week also saw the wear the same clothing! plus a hope that this year's team will\ Students have been,busy exchanging groups: Group I ((10-13) will- bumper pool, Chinese checker, Tuesday night was PTA Class presented the play, "Meet
wind-up of the school wide 1 dark cardigan sweater The keep up the good work. class pictures which' cover battery elcctrlcty,electric wIng table tennis. Local members Interested meeting. A film on the Future Me at the Prom under the
magazine sales drive, held to boys will wear a solid pastel Boys' intramural sports' were distributed last Friday shock and safety, and motors; In tryung out for the Farmers of America was direction of Mrs. Judy LaMee.
air conditionthe short-sleeved dress shirt and team should contact Games shown.,Mr.. advisor of The juniors did a splendid Job
raise money to along teams have been organized for Be sure and bring your moneyfor Group II ((13 IS) will cover Ussery,
The drive dark solid color tie. officers issu- Room instructor Richard the and the production was enjoyedby I
cafeteria. was Boy all of the boys. On Monday the pictures you were condensers, transformers, pow Spong- Newberry Chapter of FFA
sponsored by the student coun- will wear the same plus a they play football Tuesday Is ed. Those students who so desire er supplies, and resistors; and berg. was in charge of the program.. all who attened. *

cil and headed by student dark coat For special groups devoted to volleyball. All boysat may reorder additional pictures Group III ((15-17) will cover
chairman Sam Holland. As of such as band, chorus, Par a. from the
company. circuits directional an- You
Westwood are encouraged to sweep Are Invited To Attend The
this writing, the expected goal med etc., pictures will be taken participate.Our The chorus Is planning to present teioias, frequency measurement -
of $5,500 hat not yet been at-, using the group's uniform. the operetta, "So This isaris. and control, and career Free First Sessionto
library growing! It has ? ." Tryouts will be earlyin ideas. Applications are now
obtained a new set of the 1964 December. We are looking available at the Boys' Club.Boys' be held at Palm Lanes
Encyclopedia Americana and forward' to the production! 2606 Waldo Road
Club The t
other new and interesting books. SEEN 'N HEARD Newepaper '
I second edition of the Echo news
} Yonge Instead of the bookshelves fill- Students anticipating a TUES. 7
will be released November 27. p.m.
Ing up, the number of books I"three-day week", .Home Ec.
seems to be decreasing! This girls[ seen with dolls. Students Frank Johnson is instructor for November 24,1964 1
I Chatter ,can be explained by the fact I attending the Spacemobile the group including Roger Ken
nedy, Bill Meggs, Billy Owen,
that from last year to this year demonstration program Ed Kennedy, Henry Moore, Dan- DEVELOP CONFIDENCE
the circulation has almost dou- sponsored by the National Aero. Price Charles Bass, Ter- 41 Increase Poise end Confidence
bled! Our librarian Mrs. Eller. nauliei and Admlnlstraion. ny d
Space Speak
BARBARA HOFFMAN Hancock Dale Witt .
M By Hugh
B l, ] I be, is trying to buy some green Gunter ry and Tommy Coburn Names CARNEGII DAttRemember .
Think and Speak en Your Feet
Johnson to pic-
plans include
Central Fear and
totes of Boys' Club activities Florida Institute,. Inc.
Presented by
This past week has been a they have done. Some of them the edition. Be a Better Conversationalist
I sad one for the entire student will undoubtedly be on the all- National Football Throw Co.In// Develop Your Hidden Abilities For Additional Ph.*. 172.1111 Information

body, with the loss of Eric and area team. ,test For those who did Colvm Walker, Associate, Sponsor
John Marvel. Our thoughts are We art proud to announce I'Bishop take part In the Boys' Club
with their family, and we ex- that the team has accepted a America National Football I
tend the deepest sympa- bid to the Pine Tree Bowl. The Throw contest November!

thy from the student body to game will be played this Wed- Bulletin 21, it will be held again NovemBoys9 -
them. nesday in Perry.

Football, 1964, came to an I Some very artistic posters can
end last Friday evening when be seen around school for the I Club

the Blue Waves played at San-I chorus production, "Bye, Bye
la Fe. The band, majorettes, Birdie." These were made by By 'ElcctronicsClass
cheerleaders and two buses of the commercial art class. l '

student rooters went to the Since the weather is so mild Recently, 60 girls from the I decorated with black cats, black
game and gave peat support its hard to believe the holiday Bishop Chapter of the Future thirteens, and open umbrellas.To SlatedThe
to the players. Many parents season Is approaching but everyone -Homemakers of America attended enter the dance, you had
and teachers were also seen Is looking forward to the annual FHA District -to walk under a ladder. (This electricity and electronics
cheering the team. We feel the days we will have off for IV Meeting at Paxon High must have scared away super class sponsored by the Gaines-
they closed with a very creditable Thanksgiving this coming I In Jacksonville. We are extremely -stitious people.) Bill Marr was ville Boys' Club will begin
season. Senior playersare I week. proud for we were recognized on hand to provide mUll I Tuesday night at 7:30: ,
: Danny Dennison, captain The Keyettes and Anchors as having the largest Many thanks go out to the various Dr. Vincent Learned, chair!
; Steve Tuttle, co. cap- have postponed their formal Initiation -chapter In our district with 90 Student Council commit. man of the International Electrical i
i lain; and Lee Chotai, Tom Dob- of new members until Ilrls, and the largest attendance tees and faculty members who and Electronic Engineers (J..:
r son, Tom Hansen, Rob Hansen -Monday, November 30. The An- at the meeting. Dianne made the dance possible.The electricity and electronics

Rob Hansen, Covey John, chors are also busy preparing Boothby was elected District Bishop faculty m e m- committee, is in charge of the
ston, and Steve Twedell. Congratulations -, a Thanksgiving basket for the reporter. CONGRATULATIONS, Mrs aren't as "out-of-.hape" program for boys between 10
for the fine job, needy family they help. Dianne! as they were believed to be, and 11.The .

The Howard Bishop Chorus Students found this out when I boys will be divided into
-.- --- work the Christmas three '
has teams
begun on faculty challengedthree three age groups Boys be- a
I, program to be presented student teams at volley tween 10 and 13 will\ study batteries ,, "
BUCIIHOLZBUZZES December 10. It will be a pan- ball. Student spectators witnessed wiring and repairs and z
I tomine of the nativity scene a severe beat-of their fellow simple eletrlcity demon I t r
entitled "Wondrous Love". Try- classmates by the teachers. The tions. a.1 sad
1 outs are being held for solo I Bishop faculty also played the A radio club, including ama
'parts and parts in trios, quartets -Buchholi faculty. teur radio license and equipment -

I and sextets. Mr. Griffin, We would like to welcome training, Is planned for:
an English Intern, will narrate Raymond Bennett and Sadie the 15-17 age group.Subcommittee ,
By KAY NOCKS ;the program. We have a lot of' Carroll, two new seventh grade chairman are s*
confidence that It will be a beautiful students.As Frank Warner, field trips; Dan
production. (Hope you dol): an added feature of the None aker, reading materials
Try outs for our basketball the Science Club members, Mr Bishop had its first school Bishop Bulletin we will occas and Bill Wood, audio visual r'
team were held list week. The Bryan, Mr. Tomlinson, Mr. lance sponsored by the Student -ionally have guest writer. In- aids. The Gainesville EngineersClub
basketball season offlcla 11 y Coulter, Mr. Rackly, Miss Fab-. Council on Friday the I clentally, Billy Llneaweav e r will assist the International )
starts Monday with the first rick, and Miss Kinser. The bus I Thirteenth. The theme was Sun -was our honored guest last t Electrical and Electronic Engineers
practice session. Our first game will leave from Buchholi o : perstitions. The cafetorlum was week. with the program.
will be played against P. K. December S at 6.30 a m. and!.
Yonge on December 4, at P.K. return late the same day.
Y. at 4:30.: A victorious season Eileen Bird, Kim Vickers,I REMEMBER FANS,

would be an appropriate and Libby Sealey were each
Christmas gift to the student presented a free pass to the Florida I GRIDIRON GREENBACKS

body. Theater by the Math Club
The cheerleaders art to be for their participation In a contest CONTEST DEADLINE CHANGE !
commended for the wonderful

Job they have done at our pep
rallies and football games. A the The Buchholi faculty played, The deadline for contest No. 9 will be
Bishop faculty a volley,
special "thank you" goes out
ball tournament on Monday.,
to Jackie Taylor, Judy Cours- Our faculty emerged victoriouswith

ey Kathy McGee, Della Wilson a final) score of 4-3. I WED. NOV. 25 5 P.M.
Mary Ann Pringle, B. J.
Martin, Hennessey,
cy McLeod, and Mary Pal- The faculty Is really\athletic II 1

mour. Wt hope they keep up this year. because of the many exciting,
the good work throughout the During the game Is not the
basketball leaOnl! time to get your practice in. I traditional football games played ...and let us also give thanksfor

Members of the Junior Academy Mrs. Lee's classes are taking
of Science and the Science ail-expcnse-pald tours ol on THANKSGIVING DAY
Club went to the Florida France. I the human dignity which we enjoy as free !Individuals..for

see State the Museum Eskimo November display. 11.This to the preservation of the peace..for the prosperity of our great Nation...

la one part of the Plersall collection 4 For gifts that mil be for its thrifty and self-reliant citizens...for our.homes and the
given to the museum
last year. The display showedthe r remembered with pleasure! family happiness they bring...for the challenge the
clothing, hunting equipment
and household materialsof unlimited opportunities which: lie ahead.

j the Eskimos. A demonstration r Give the gift with a little extra thought. .

of snow glasses was shown. Choose from our fresh, delicious candies and homemade
The group learned much about
Eskimo life from their visit fruit cokes, or from our fine line of unusual GUARANTY FEDERALSAVINGS
The Buchholi Photograp I
Club Is selling photographic gift ideas for those special people on your list. Free

Christmas cards as a fundraising boxes all orders. To Increase
gift or gift wrapping on
project The money will be & LOAN ASSOCIATIONOf

used to buy additional sup holiday enjoyment see .
Ogee ..M. 9 ,.M.
plies. The cards are priced at GiMsville.Z20 Nertt Me* Street. ''H''' 2tf
fifteen for $1.M. The members I M... thus Stt. ,
would appreciate It if you would 1
"Chartered ond
Supervised by
their studio In
come room .
the United Slates GovemrrW
twentythree.Those\ I Order "rly fee uUOO\C'g. Per SAVIIYTHCJOitV
planning to participatein Chnats J 4 11'/0 Aaauis I.e" ''Ace.*? fissured Up T. OF ANY )
the trip to Cape Kennedy $10,000.00 MONTH
Cults, Donna Whitney iuttle Canto l lI
art: Doug Copper URN FROM TH3
Jeane Haskins, James ,,.. Perliw' M Rees-
Garret Real Williams, Clark I w. ....il.llywh.re t aN S.mi-AnnuOlly Dm.-I. W l4.w FIRST .','-. .
met Smith, ,Pam Lee Joiner Sapp, ,Sandra Betty Ham Malt- the w.rld. 1238 WEST UNIVERSITY AYE PHONE 376, ,6806 A Federal SavIngs 'frofifutiorT

Die, Club jnembtn,
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S.ndey November. _22.J9M Gainesville l l I Sun 5i

I FRIDAY NOV. 27 10 A.M. ssssss N $ $

Sunday Senior Recital: Lee Nov. 22-29 Contempor a r y GET YOUR FREE TICKET ATJ.
Otto, organist; Mary Pat Otto, Wall Hangings, Florida Union I
.. soprano; University Auditorium, (Bryan Lounge). C. PENNEY'S .
3 pm.

Prizeivord Puzzle Corner
Tuesday Concert: Combined Air Crash t. Explode With Suspense

University of Florida Today .. 1:00. 3:05, I

Choral Group, conducted b ;y Fatal to 31 SilO. 7:15 9:20 ,
Elwood Kelster and Guy B. iKsrviue SUN ,.,IIWO.O coNTesr euLesI.

Webb, University Auditorium. ANCELHOLM, Sweden (AP) we0' .4.COlUMBIAP1C1\JRES.. Last Week's TM IV IM Mfrtrt MHrHM I* IM MUewOKO PVZZll a HOHU
arts p.m.Friday. !- A Swedish airliner : nova M WMIM. It rMrtiM) :M IK* IwtMy'l UMt, IM WMMy pre. dill I
approachIng 1.11.ft -/ ww.
Barkakra field In \ 1 H :wmin: Mr Folk Dancing Flor- rain and FAILSAFE I'risewordExplmlotiofls IM mcMm M M olrl Mm. ft 510 will M MM4, II mom HIM
ida Union Social Room, I p.m. low clouds Friday night snagged \ III n corrKt: KUW r 100..,::..)y mm Mm
its nose wheel on a railway pow- \ A MAX E YOUNGSltIN SIDNEY LUMETpoe. 1.i1.-.7 Mr M |.... Ci Mdl ..50 lw IM IMIltlly WtMe MillWORD ,
er line and crashed in ball of PUlfl e. II -. MIM M* rarract rtuHM I. WM KIIII. I* rw>
a .
1Wnd, rln moy will .1 04011,1 ewlly .1.14 NN.S 5050, 75 M pre
KIGIITKccrcation Scnlpturer [lame. Authorities said SI of the rid ..M.....

43 passengers and crewmen THURS. ELVIS IN "ROUSTABOUT" : Mv IM clu. M you iM tnmtri *uniK OdmnlM ken wry
Aids Wins Award were killed. 0 IM wwJwtiKll you : ..tr.: IM CUM Mtlnlnw. Clr 511 IM euur,
or .15 a 5"1.515 1 oel... M.d..n115/ _115 00011.
J 5554 "A'fiU"" La a grad U a t s of CUES ACROSS: ....... rMroductim win IM M Mntiki tint MHMI u b.1.1 MI Mill. TM
Bill Wiman tArt .101I If *. h1.1. Mel .. silo M. .11 onHMMKII IMlne Mrt toot
Department o .
Georgia SoutBera College, .- 0,11 .051... w 0M41n15 inky .M 10.,100 Mrwn. I/N
Joined the Gainesville recre graduate student majoring) I. BLASTING not boasting .r.l.rny M e.inM iii. """.1"1.. c_..... Sod Ill in !9* IMUTMCPuszlr

tie, department this week .1 in sculpture at the University of! Specifying "unnecessary" has 5. .,no.ot1. .,- ot 100 00111'.ltItlllt' Cm'e-y w outs
assistant director. Right, n a. Florida, has won the H o u aloe more point for BLASTING. Itmay 15,111,4" w M .I 0 01,11.1,

flue of Oatttn Gs.,,was a Museum of Fine Arta award of I NOTICEDEADLINE be necessary to point up 0 Aw... 00"1 YtOo 5 51.. III', III ,. pM' w1. II w I. 0005 M tow-coot
one's achievements, but not In a., : Pu41..0etllr.... 1. II' :"':.:.r': .51/11/1. 5015N5s
member of his college gymnastics $200 In the 28th Annual Texas at.MeiX00"' 55 .. '
team. Painting and Sculpture Exhibition. a boasting manner. Any boasting .=: 0151 M .:::. 551': O.u"mIM 55.4 P looo,.: ien.4r0' ,':5100/:Nr&M'w 1155/4 WwnM 1 4
." The award donated by Is "unnecessary. I II. Intel.y : e.1t1..M.1 0 10 ::&:..1..515"..nll N M 15np01.o N' 11II M .1.Yooi 111 04 ....11.. ..
LOOM not look. LOOM
NIWO.IV1 Humble Oil and Refining Com-
I pany of Houston. Texas was for stronger, since "things" are" e :::'::.. ..:. 40 %,i 040111115 0 w.iIte..=.I t. ..

IN 1NLte/ ils' entry "Welded Number 10'' "given immediate attention important e1 wnAa1."w If .... w_.1 s.vn lie '"' '" ....... I
"very i 1ab"iei
because are r MM.ynlw'
.:=:. 111 et N r'- rt
.., .
... iculpture. ,
.1:" .. :.!! a not because they "look ne"1.r .SN. wn

NOW 2 COLOR HITS Mr 'W I m an has a related very Important" ./'nr-::.:.awe, .,.:: :.n.et. a 1&00".1 N MM,31,4 1''I 0.1554055
Fine Ann Uiiwlitf piece of sculpture on exhibition CHANGE 7.IAD not lid. A LAD "shouldbe N.4.yy .:_.. ...... P150115015 r tool w

,,0,.. 'U Shaw 7:00 the Department I. about the right weight" for 10. 111. .. ... .
SM lot Uu Ai 9:00RDE In the reception office of ,' .11. 505 ... n.al 4 .eenA ale ,""..,$."
of Art In Building X his age, height and build. There :':":..:: .ah"M.-=-- ." MNU 11\ w e.SWIN ..-.1
need be no particular "right
THE yl1Q, 'Room S on view for the remainder -i The deadline this w..k'will weight" for a lid, unless this "j I

of the trimester.Mr. point Is better qualified In the
WATERS, 0 RAWAIIsf WED. NOV. 25, 5 P.M. clue. No. 45

Wiman Is currently a can- I. LEAVE not lel '. LEAVE
didate for the M.F.A. degree In in order to include the) traditional Is the more reasonable consid Clip end Peite on a 4c Poifcerd01M4 ,

the'College of Architecture and Thanksgiving Day Games in eration. We have no Idea what

Fine Arts. your contest fun. kind of "home" It la In question

........... It may already be a leased residence -
v '. such as an apartment,
which cannot be leased again. \o .
LAST CHANCE TO I. SEEM not seek. What "strik

es you," as an outsider, la that U D
\. "' '''-'' such "people often SEEM to be D F G

"..5.......1511e WIN friends." They da not ostensibly $ EI
14 IJtll AM I III OUU seek to be so.
U. TRIP not trio. A TRIP"could" I

certainly "be arranged A KH

See' Page 3 This ls the lost contest for 1964. for a quartit" of persons. It I It \1
not really a question of "arrang

About Important Your Announcement Future From B. sure you play. Get entries in right away. ing" a musical trio "for a quar. D' 'it,
DALE let but rather "arranging" It j1.-
as "a quartet.
CARNEGIEMod.rn U. ART not act. In ART, ASTER ,

'Ideas" are "fallowed by" the
"execution" thereof. Ail act 'Is A ES

the "execution" of "Ideas" that D D E E DY
occurred beforehand

Y Shoe Repair Shop 17. WINS not wine or wink. S1LLM.CLUatTMOICATI

"WINS would normally do to," If you are not now i tIomt.dell..d iub ,
_FlaIM IIUIIfm MmII1ID1I101Ri'll1l..W..rNI.1IIDQI! Heels Attached yes. For many people, wine I It D scriber! and would like to have The Sun
( stared, check .. ,
pl." bo F fn Snout to
IMfeMMBflMTlMUMMMT/ 5 Mins. not acceptable or has a deleterious "hnmexwllv.r d ""'Ie'/I""'*", S.. Rule No. 2
effect. Wink Is too vague Mill.. frlltww4 CmUWTk
24 LAM HIT AT t:00 Soles Attached and needs to be qualified. a>l.M
!IS/W// fmbAotSfW I'I'Sw1 22. SNARED not wared. Sea: ... J7, OilMivlll, Pti. V -

15 Mins.At ed means "frightened." To aa, Was<.
that the "feeling of being trlgh f
1.fM*'i1.slv/ofr : Two Locations ened can be very frightening Street Hobo

,}1520. W. Uni" A... would be lb urd. SHARED r.
Carolyn Plow \0 more satisfactory.H. ,
fH 6-03ir."d WAITER not waster. "Not) Clry St.. 'h...

finding appealing, you" could
101 N. MalnSr.
'n...... 'If.
Di u.PIlXMft.. .. Opp. 1st Nail Seek not become a waster" ("not" already .-
"belnff on. bv
6diwud. a.IDOBIt N.wra Thus, the consideration of how CLUES ACROSS
+n. the w." would suit "you" Ispointless.
J. Experience as a could make
possibly a physical! able
GREENBACKS more rea. man useful In army transport
sonable.JJ .
Wt'n crooks (honest)/Wa resolve to make Itno 7. However 1
far SPEND not speed. There heavy you may happen to be, you don'l expect
the world a better place to steal particular relationship between i good chair 10 when you sit on It

WINNER Contest No. 7 and the the amount"expensive that youspeed **" I. A man who a gong would certainly expect people In ,I

the area to hear,
of your "car SPEND makes

SIGMUND S. COWAN a straight" forward statement t. A man will hardly fear an opponent he has previously I I

and beaten
304 S.E. 3rd Street CLUES DOWNi
It. In use, It won't stay clesn for long.
1. BILLET not ballet Howev.tr
1 ; I 13. Small child.
heavily you "may" criticize I

CONTEST RULES a ballet you hardly "object" toIt. I IS. It might possibly bother a tennis player during i match. ,
I BILLET Is more satisfactory ,
k M.... wx" I* IM ... kIM. .. .. ..- 101 M t ADDITION not audition. Conversation or lecture.IT. ,
t.e 11.0 ... ."e 0111 100 .I.r1w a .a M
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Published. t service to readers, at no charge to broadcasters. The Gainesville Sun Is not responsible for program chances br ..tatlolllot

,t MONDAY evening, TUESDAY 'til 5 p.m.

Monday Evening Museum' In Mystic Conn. ry Morgan.O actress-singer Jane Pow store's drama group after and when he learns that ':51 O Farm and Horn O Visiting Spanish Neigh

5:00: O Wells Fargo ID Movie High School Football ell visit Andy. In a sketch Mr. Heffleflnger regular Shepherd Is seriously 01, 7:01 B CO TodayO bon
O Mike Local News, Weather 12:55 B News
J Douglas:2J "Captain Horatio Ho'Doblower. Highlights Finch they re create a turn-of-
O Moments In Sports ." ((1951)) Duringthe Ocala VI. G.H.8. the century medicine director, is fired In a the lobbyist Is certain he'sfound 7:05 O Ranger Hal CO Local News
dispute with Mr. Sharp. Just the way. Guest Local News, Weather 1:00 B News, Weather
5:30 O NewscopeO Napoleonic Wars, an 8:30 0 10 Bristol Court show Good Time Singers, 7:50 O
World Clvlllzatloa English captain, under secret Tom, Dick and Mary: A Nick Castle dancers 10:00 B G Alfred Hitchcock cast Includes Barry Sullivan $:. O Captain Kangaroo O Midday
1:55 (0 (Color) News orders, sails his ship few appliances are on the Dave Grusin. "The McGregor Affair." Philip'Abbott and I:. O Divorce Court CO (Color) TV Binge
':00 O News, Weather, to a fortress on the coastof O Bachelor Father o Quest For Adventure
blink, but why worry? O Lucille BaD In 19th century Scotland Jeanette Nolan.
Room Focus S
I 1:11 B
Sports Central America. IB (Color) Romper
Sunshine Gregory There's no need to pay an Lucy lost a contact lens dim witted John 11:00: 8 O News, Weather, 1:31 O Jack Benny o Elementary Spanish
O Almanac Peck, Robert Beatty,
electrician when Dick Is while cake for thebank'
icing a McGregor lives with his Sports CO Jack La Lanne 1:3111) (Color) Let's MakeA
':15 a Newt Highlights Denis O'S b e a. (Two such, a talented handyman. benefit 'lie. and ,
(:30 O (D New* hours) she's it's In of sodden wife Aggie and CD (Color) News, Sports 10:. O Make Room for Dodd I Deal
sure one
O New -CronUte 7:300)10 Bristol Court the cakes makes a livelihood by Weather o Newa o Humanities ell
O Andy Griffith many alreadyat O Arithmetic O As the World Turns
O Reading Karen: Our lady Is
the bazaar. hauling boxes to a nearby 11:25 a Movie Science
7:0013 Zane Grey"The In a classic teenage pickle Andy is considering accepting medical college. What "National Velvet," ((1944)A ) CO Camerss Please B
Sunday Man." Sher. : She's made three a job ss a detective O Perspectives (Special) McGregor doesn't know b young girl! wins a horsein 11:31 O ID What's This Song 1:55 CO News

1ft Walt Devlin and his dates for Satuday night in another town, and 1. "Portugal Today. that Inside these boxes are a lottery and sn embittered O I Love Lucy 1:00 O Password
brother, deputy Bill Dev Guest cast Includes Leo Barney Is contemplatingtaking Films study conditions In former Jockey O Film B CO Loretta Young
the of murder victims -
corpses World of Numbers and I B Sign Off
lin, are alike in name Slezak and Richard Drey Andy's spot as helps her train him for II: a
Portugal where the growing Cast Includes An-
Forma 1:31 B CO Doctors
only. fuss. sheriff. Guest cast Includes -
Elizabeth Taylor,
drew Elsa
O Perry Mason O Touch of Fame- George Llnduy I contrast between the Duggan, Donald 11:55 O tilt] News O House Party
Mickey Rooney,
"The Case of the Tragic Biography Burt Muslim life of the urban middle Chester Arthur Malet Michael Crisp. (Two hours) 11:_ O ID Concentration 1)003 B CO Another World
class and that of the Pate and Bill Smith. Griffith O Te Ten the Truth
Trophy. Returning home Gertrude Stein: "The O Camera Three rural 11:31 B Johnny Carson O Andy
from a trip movie director Rose That Is a Rose" "Brecht on Shakespeare." peasant is causing unrest O Slattery's People (Color) Sammy Davis Jr. 11:15 O Scope 1:2S O News
Anthony Fry Introduce 1:00 ON Bristol Court Actress Lotte Lenya and James Fleming narrates. Question: What Is Honor... subs for Johnny tonight. 11:30 O CO (Color) Jeopardy 1:30 B (Color) You DealSay

i hit fiancee Kathy Harris Against the World: playwright George Taborl! 2. "To Become Man." What! Is Death?" Slat O McCoysO
t to the press and then bur- On Just the day he'd like discuss the practice exercises Hugh Downs narrates this tery's opposed to. bill TUESDAY New Horizons O Edge of Night
lies off to a parked car to do a little tinning, Alan for actors which report on the United Nations that would grant a multi- Morning and Afternoon 12:00 O ID (Color) Say When CO Popeye's Pals
j .3 where another woman learns It's deadline time Bertolt Brecht wrote as Relief and Work million-dollar tax rebateto ':01 O Sunshine Almanac O Love of Life .:10 B Match Game

waits. Guest cast Includes for renewing his driver's Interpolations to "Romeo i Agency's vocational train- eight corporations, and ':IS B Sunshine Alamae O Industry on Parade O Secret Storm

I Richard Carlson, and license.O and Juliet" and "Ham- ing centers, which pro- so Is James Patrick Shep- o Sunrise Semester 12:15 0 Geology 107 CO Woody Woodpecker:
Mirnsy Farmer. Eve Got a Secret let." vide Job training centers, herd a seriously member 1:25 a Living Words 12:25 O News .:ZS B News
f O What's :.a.lldren Comic Louis Nye has a for young Arab refugees of the opposition par- ':31 B World ClvlllzatloaCO 12:30 a CO (Color) Truth er 4:30 O Leave Te Beaver

"Yankee Whaling." Tony secret for panelists BUI 1:00: O IB Andy Williams living In Palestine. ty. Lobbyist Harry Colby Gospel Music Consequences B Best of GnucbeCO

galetan visits an old what Cullen, Betsy Palmer, (Color) 1:30 O Many Happy Retains would use any means to ':CS a Pastor's Study O Search for Tomorrow, Movie

Ing ship at the Marine Bess Myerson and Hen- Jonathan Winters and Walter takes over the get the measure approved CO HI, Neighbor 12i5 O Guiding Light "Pattems"I

I TUESDAY evening, WEDNESDAY 'til 5 p.m. I THURSDAY evening, FRIDAY 'til 5 p.m. I II

Tueiday Evening o FSU Football this Thanksgiving show 10:15 O New Horluse Thursday Evening "Daniel Boone" Is preI French Resistance leader :00 O Captain Kangaroo

1:00: O Wells Fargo A play-by-play descriptionof with composer plant t 10:30 O ID (Color) What's I:" O Mike Douglas empted. I Berlins, but fan to rec- I:" O Divorce Court
O Mike Douglas the FSU. University of Andre Prevln singers This Song 1:30 a Newscope 1:30 8 CO Dr. Kildare I ognize the value of their O Bachelor Father
(:2S O Greatest Headlines Florida football game Is Earl Wrlghtson and Lois O I Love Lacy B World Civilization "Rome Will Never Leave, catch. Because Be r tine O Color) Reaper Room

5:30 O NewscopeO given. Hunt the folk singing 10:41 O Reading, Your Magi 1:55 CO News Weather, You" conclusion. With must be silenced before 1:30 O Jack Benny
: World Clvlllzatloa CD 10 Bristol Court Brothers Four and dancers Lamp Sports their,visit to the Eternal the Nazis realize who he ID Jack La Leone

j 1:55 Q (Color) News Harris Against the World: Edward V1IIeila and 10:5S O CO News 1:00 O News, Sports City approaching an end, Is, his followers arrangefor 10:00 O Make Room for

Weather, Sports Kate's aunt Cora hasn't Patricia McBride of the 11:00 B CO Concentration Weather both Kildare and Gillespie a young assassin to Daddyo
':00 0 News, Sports Weather spoken to the Harrises New York City Ballet. O Andy Griffith o Sunshine Almanac search for answer to be arrested and plat dIn News
) O Sunshine Almanac since their wedding 17 Donald Voorhees orchestra. 11:11 O Film ':IS B News Highlights their respective romantic his cell. Cast Includes + ID Cameras Please

':IS O News Highlights years ago, but Alan thinks 11:30 O CO (Color) Jeopardy ':31 B CD News dilemmas. Guest cast Louis Jourdan and Philippe 11:30 O ID (Color)

':30 O ID News he can still patch things O Doctors Nurses O McCoys O News Daniela Bianchi and All- Forquet.o What's This Song

d News up. Guest cast includes 11:00 O O News, Weather, 12:00 0 CO (Color) Say When o Junior College da Valll. Defenders O I Love Lacy
o Junior College Ruth Donnelly, Vaughn Sports O Adventures hi Living Spanish o Circus "Comeback." A once famous UU O CO News

Spanish Taylor Ross Elliott and ID (Color) News, Weather O Love of Life 7:00 8 Rifleman "High In the Air." Some actress making her 11:00 O ID Concentration

7:00 O M Squad Grace Lee Whitney. Sports 12:15 a Geology 107 Capt. Josiah Perry bout stunts of circus aerIal comeback is accused of O Andy Griffith
'" 12:25 O News drunken and hit 11:30 O ID (Color) JeopardyO
Voice from the Grave. 1:00 ID 10 Bristol Court 11:25 O Movie to punish the man who performers are demonstrated driving '
Truck. owner Harry Con- Tom Dick and Mary: "The Nun's Story." ((1959)) 12:30 O CO Truth or Consequence killed his son. In the arts of La and run. Preston one of McCoys
kiln Is killed before he Tom and Mary are celebrating Young Gabrielle! leaves Movie Norma, Zacchlni ft Munoz her old fans defends her. 12:00 O Love of Life
i an Important an- her O Search for Tomorrow O Guest cast Includes Viveca O D (Color) Say When
Washington to
can testify to a family enter a convent "Take the Ground." the Nerveless Noyks,
committee about the niversary and three's a and endure the rigorous 12:45 O Guiding Light the Aerial H u e streit and Undfors and Loan y 12:25 O News
((1953)) Infantry sergeant 12:30 Search for Tomorrow
Infiltration of gangs In the crowd. preparation for sis O Let's Speak Spanish Henri LaMothe. Chapman. O ;
trucking builnes 1:30 0 Man from UNCLE terhood. Audrey Hepburn 12:55 O CO News unable to get into 11:01 O News Weather, O ID (Color) Truth \for
"The Perfect Strlgas Af combat takes out his bitterness 1:00 O Password Consequence /k
o Muniters Peter Finch Edith Evans, 1:00 O Midday Sports
"Knock Wood, Hers fair." Solo and Libya are Peggy Ashcroft, Dean on the recruits he Singer Rosemary Clooney Color N Weather 12:45 43 Guiding Llgbt /
O News, WeatherO b for I and comedian Alan King CO ( ) ws, (
given training. 12U O ID News b
Comes C b a rU." Her assigned to discredit a Jagger (Two hours 30 Arm Chair Adventures Richard Sports
Wldmark Karl test their word skills
1:00 a Mldd.yNew. IJB
man's dapper twin brother war mongering Balk a n mln.)
D (Color) TV Binge Malden. (Two hours) o Drama Festival 11:25 O Movie "
Charlie at the diplomat, and they decideto 11:30 O ID (Color ?'
appears ) Johnny 1:15 O Focus S o What's New-Children "Freedom In September," "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. I
CD T.V. Bingo
Munster home with recruit the owner of a Carson "
a gadget O Leer Y Etcrlblr Hyde. ((1941) A
Leo Lehmana Lech- young
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boatthroughthe 1:11 O Focus 2 \,
he claims extract pest control firm to help. .
can WEDNESDAY 1:30 O Science physician transforms himself
"Okefenokee Swamp"In erenko a Russian diplomat i 1:30 O As the World Turns
uranium from sea water. Guest cast WilliamShatncr Morning and Afternoon O As the World Turns southeast Georgia. In London, wants to Into a hideous crimInaL Science
Guest cast Includes Jean Werner Klemp. ':00 O Sunshine Almanac O Humanities, CMID Spencer Tracy, Ingrid -
CO Bewitched defect to the West. Make A Deal
ID Lefs !
Wllles and Mike Mazurkl.O ever, Peggy Ann Garner, 1:15: O Sunshine AlmanacO Let's Make a Deal Shakespearian actor Maurice 1:99 B CO Hazel Bergman Lana Tur
1:55: ID News
} What's New-Children Leonard Nlmoy. Humanities 1:55 10 News ner. (Two hours).
Evans Is seen tonight (Color) "A Lesson In DI- 1:00 O (D Loretta YoungO
O Red Skelton
"Fencing. Coach Bob : ID Living Words 2:00 O CO Loretta YoungO as Samantha's father plomacy." Hazel hastrouble 11:30 O ID (Color) Jihnny Password
Kaplan traces the history 1:00: ID Fanner's Daughter Carson
':30 O World CivilizationID Sign Off
.f "Big Sultan, Little Sul Maurice. What shouldbe controlling her. Z:30 O House Party
fencing. d Password
Gospel Music a Joyous temper at a particular FRIDAY
family reunion O ID Doctors
I D 10 Bristol Court tan. Agatha Is romancedby 0(5 O Pastor's 2:30 Q CO DoctorsO
r Study bad the B xters
the Sultan of Nurak becomes an unearthly tune a Morning and Afternoon 1:00: O ID Another WorldO
7:30 O Mr. Novak DColor( ) HI, Neighbor House Party nightmare when are entertaining foreign 1:00 O Sunshine Almanac To Tell The Truth
"Boy under Glass. Jefferson who's negotiating government 0:50 O Farm and 1:00 O CO Another WorldO
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I Maurice 1 : learns that dignitaries. Guest cast includes 1:15 O Sunshine Almanac 1:25 O News
business with Glen.
High baseball star 7:00 T Ten the Truth
O ID *
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Samantha Humanities
1:30 Q D That Was The daughter O C-Il 1:30: O (Color) Yos Don't Say
Frank Towner Is a pitcher Local News, Weather 1:25 O News b married and to a and Douglas Henderson.O 1:25 IB Living Words ID Popeye's Pals
of major league call. Week That WasO 7:05: O Ranger Hal 1:30 OColor( ) Yo. mortal Baileys ef Balboa ':31 Q World dvllliatlos) O Edge of Night

j ber. But If he doesn't Petticoat Junction 7:50 O Local News, Weather Pout Say 7:31 B CO Your AD Tlnoe Sam will do almost! any CO Gospel Music 4:00: O Mitch Game
I Improve his falling grade Shady Rest has an exotic 1:00: 0'Captaln Kangaroo O Edge of Night Favorite Songs thing to keep Jim away I:4S O Pailor's Study O Secret Storm

in Novak's English class, guest: Betty Jo's Japanese 0:00: O Divorce Court ID Popeye's Pals Special) (Color) Dean from Barbara W u ntoon B (Color) HI, Neighbor ID Peter Polanns
hell be Ineligible for the pen pal Nobuko. Guest o Bachelor Father .:01 0 Match Game Martin singer Eydle GOT. even conspire with the ':51 0 Farm and Home ':%5 O News
big play off game. Base- cast, AM Kara, Garrison CD (Color) Romper Room Q Secret Storm me and jazzman Al Hirt enemy. 7:. O D TodayO ':30 O Leave It to Beaver
ball's Leo Durocher appears True, James Brewer.O 1:31: O Jack: Benny ID MagUla Gorilla are the stars of t 1& 1 II I':. 8 CO Suspense Theatre Local News, Weather O Best *f Creech
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cast Includes Frank Silvers log Journal 10:00: fl Make Room for Daddy .:31 O Leave It T. Beaver agents pick up 7:51 O Local News "Trooper Hook"
Wayne Grace and Arch 1 0:00: 0 0 Bell TelephoneHour O News O Best of Grouch
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Greatest Show (Color)_ Robert Young Is host for Please ----"Desert Legtoa" FRIDAY eveniululIll( SATURDAY

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p.m. I
O Mike Douglas Alumni Association and scientists find a man who O Dig This
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O Mike Douglas Woodrow Wilson In duet someone slipped Great! (Japanese, 19<1)) i O World ClvDlzatioa I:01 03 Invitation to Art John Carradl e, Angela "Mole
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1:30: B Newscope Nails conquer Stalingrad. poison. Guest cast Includes Avalon, Sterling Hollows Weather, Sports O Entertainers I 'min.)
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1:55 ID (Color) News, O Intrrtel McBalne and Steve Dodie: Stevens did the WeatherO Chairs" has Carol Bur- Canon Variety Kickoff
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1:00: O News Sports War!" Tau documentary : Dancer Gwen Verdon Is who misuses his magic ':30 O CD 0 News "Grumbling Wife" features ((1955) A cab: driver becomes 1:00: O Outlaws
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O Sunshine Almanac changing status In Tokyo, sketch, Danny and Gwen 1:00: B Divorce Court I 7:" O Yaacy Derringer CUtcheon girl thief and her purse WUbera Brothers
1:15 a News Highlights Kyoto and Okay a m a, a are a husband and wile ID (Color) Romper "Outlaw at Uberty." A o Past ImperledI snatching father. Vittorto 1:30: O Porter WsgtaeTCO
1:30 8 (D News small fishing village. Japanese battling at breakfast. In Room wartime friend la charged Panel DeSica, Sophia Loren, FtiatitoMi

O News sociologists, educators "The Elopement Gwen, 1:31: CO Jack La Inane with murder, and Vancy I I:. O Leeeard Rote Marcello Mastrolaaal I I:. O FbUig FarO
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Cord captures a member greater educational styles. annual Thanksgiving\ pa- Perilous Pauline. P a it- 1341 I:. CO tataa Pacific I:1S O Newscepe
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the animal life ol f 11:2J O Movie 12:II Q Pre FMbafl
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f frighten people away from I Natalie Wood, E. G. (90 min.) 1:15 B FlaIl SID Mask I Weather, Spirt 10 B Hector HeauVrel O Mr. BtWwsy
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tradition graces the fireplace wall

1 Gainesville Garden Club members and their friends Inspected a Pre- .0'
Yultide exhibition, "Holiday Decorations and Inspirations' presented by
the Flower Show Judges Council of District Five Thursday at the Holiday
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Centering a Thanksgiving Table was a contemporary arrangement of
chrysanthemums in autumn hues combined with driftwood placed on a

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Among the viewers attending the pre-holiday exhibition was Mrs, Perry
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I Madrigal Dinner ENGAGEMENTS 75 Baby Sitters Receive Official Cards .

Cards were presented to 75 berta Herriott, Carol Anne Rivers, Caiiille Roberts, Kathy Hubener, Mrs. J. M. Me-

Tickets participants in the second! an Jaudon, Brenda Johnson, Ja Roberts, LaSchanze Rob- Clamroch, Mrs. Charles Pink-
SaleThe nual Sitters
on Course Baby conducted Safety by the nice Leopold, Katherine Low. inson, Katie Rumbaugh Clau- oson, Mrs. Joseph Shipp, Mrs

Court of Good Queen Woman's Auxiliary to the ry, Kathleen McNellis, Karen dia Sauders, Lauchlin Tinch, John R. Stiefel and Mrs.
thryn Brooke
Miss Candy Alachua Mathls, Patricia Mooney. Maude Wallace, Leslie Wiggins 1 Winston Summerlin.
Medical Society
Bess will return to GdlnejjdJe Anderson
Miss Chere Karns
ham, Bob Mousy, Agnes and Sally Wilkowske.
to the holiday during the final session also
open sea- Don Johnson, Wayne Lee, O'Steen. Auxiliary members assisting
v Steve Williams and Jimmy last week at the J. Iii!- Safety committee members with the course were
I nnFor the second year, the Whitney. Alternates are: lis Miller Health C en Ie r. Virginia Peterson, Debbie included Mrs. George Singleton Carlton Van Arnam. Mrs.C. .

,Madrigal: Dinner Concert Miss Mary Jany Bowles, Miss Auditorium.The Phillips, Jane Powers, Tanya Mrs John A. Crago, Mrs. H. Gilliland and Mrs. Rob-
'will be presented by the Lynn Sandefur, Britt Small five sessions Includ e d Powers, Carol Pyles, Gwen Allen Y. DeLaney, Mrs. Louis ert Williams.
'Gainesville Woman' Club and Sam Mclaughlin instruction In bathing, feedIng "
J '.8 an annual community af- Donald Tickers will:: be the and preparation of small
Court Jester; Danny Bowles is children for bed; emergency
.Ulr.This year, two performances to be Court Herald. first aid, safety tips from police PLUNGES QES HIGH !

November 30 and December Delbert Sterrett, Dr. Lynn and fire departments,, a
1, will be given with H. Ten Eyck, Miss Julie Ten t ,k. film and demonstration of p .
Eyck and Mrs. Jane mouth to mouth resuscitation.
banquet guests limited to Richards -
260 each night at the' clubhouse Sterrett will be Court / ; The final class period featured
a panel discussion witha
West University Ave Musicians.Dr. .
nue. Fred T. Laughon Jr. Miss Lacy Mae Key' 'Miss Ilona Kathryn Bergman question and answer period
will serve as Court Monk, covering the course.
Forty young people and
and William T. Arnett Is to Cards AwardedParticipants
Mulls will the Bergman-Parker
present program -
be Yeoman of the Guard. attending five
wearing Elizabethan out of five sessions and
Bearers will be
costumes made by members Price and John Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Bergman and received her B. S. degree awarded cards were DIanne
of Jhe club. and Troubaours Barry wilt be Fred announce the engagement from Florida State University.She Boothby, Sharon Butler, Formfit, Rogers

The waitresses will be costumed Laughon III and Walter Mur- and approaching marri- Is a member of Gamma Marsha Carlisle, Beth Cline,. ,. .
as serving girls of the phree Jr.Serving. age of their daughter, Miss Phi Beta sorority and Omicron Jackie Cook, Gale Davis, Jamie
period and we entertainers girls will Include Ilona Kathryn Bergman o ( Nu and Kappa Delta Denmark, Peggy Eaton, s #
will wear beaded and furred the following Little Women: Cocoa Beach, to Joseph Ernest PI honorary societies. She Is Page Elmort, Barbara E m- f r v .

costumes authentic duringthe Miss Mary Ann Forsman, Parker, Cocoa Beach, son now teaching home economicsat mel, Alice Ann Fillingim, An- _
Elizabethan period. Mlas Leslie Ostrander, Miss of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson E. Eau Gallie High School. ice Fillinglm, Cynthia CUIon, 4
During both affairs, guests Caroline McElwee, Miss LInda Parker of Fort Lauderdale.The Mr. Parker a graduate o f Debbie Grtner, Pamela m
will join In a toast to the Wilson, Miss Pat Goethe, nuptials will be solemnized Fort Lauderdale High School, Grove, Judy Hanke. u **
.Bard of Stratford-on-Avon, Miss' Elizabeth Cozier Miss January 2 at the S t was graduated from the Unl. Susan Hazen, Julie Herriott, rd
contemporary of Queen EJIubeth ; Judy Davis, Miss Nellie I Augustine, Chapel In GaInes- verslty of Florida with a degree Christine Hunt, Terry Ann

as an observance of Gammon, Miss Jeanne Phil. ville.Miss In electrical engineering.He Johnson, Judy Jones, Susan
the Shakesperlan Quadrlcen- pott, Miss Linda Reynolds, Berman, a graduate of Is an electrical engineerin Junkln, Janis Keefe, Joy Kll-
tenn I al 1 being celebrated Miss Jane Arrlngton, M I. s Bay Shore High School, Bay the National Aeronaut ic sand patrick, Betsy Maloney, Linda _
.throughout the world this Wanda Hertel, Miss Linda Shore, N. Y., attended Pennsylvania Space Agency at Cape MauldIn, Charlotte M. r- 1j 1' \

year. Keltert, Miss Lynn Barger, State University Kennedy. roll Linda I Moore, Debra : ,, t
Ticket Committee Miss Shirley Strickland, Miss Neill Barbara Newbern, RegIna -
Tickets, priced at $3.M per Virginia Tipton, Miss Linda Newbern, Joyce N e well, l lki
person, may be purchased Lastlnger, Miss Carol Deck, KeyRaulersonWELLBORNMr. Janice O'Steen, Valerie Prlc- +
from members of the ticket Miss Susan Hardee and Miss kett Sandra Ryals, Marsha M .
committee, Mrs. W. H. Ed- Mary Grace Hardee.Arrangements and Mrs. presently working at the University Singleton, Betsy Smith, Grace
wards Jr., chairman; Mrs. Committee Caleb Henry Key of Wellborn of Florida Departmentof Strawn, Mary Talbot, Kathy :
John W. TIpton, Mrs. EdwardW. Mrs. Lynn H. Ten Eyck !announce the engagement of Agricultural Economics.The Wade, Nancy W11 l k o w s ke,
Woodward and Mrs. T. V. and Mrs Fred T. Laughon their daughter, Miss Lucy Rocky Wiltbank, Kathy Wood,
Llpham. Mae Key, to Richard C. Raul- bridegroom elect was and Mrs. John E. Wood
,Jr. who cochairmen
are : graduated from
Monday from 3 to 1:30: p.m. arson, son of Mr. and Mrs.\ High Additional Participant
win be assisted with all arrangements -
School and Is a senior at the
the committee will be at the by the following Thomas Saladin Raulerson of Those attending lour out of
University of Florida.
clubhouse for anyone wishIng committee: Sebring.The five sessions and received FORMFIT/ROGERS DRESS-SHAPER BRA WITH AAH Dives to divide and'
to obtain tickets there bride elect was graduated Plans have been made for a cards were: Dartha Boyd,
Mrs. S. Clark Butler Mrs.
they may be purchased from A. C. Buchanan, Mrs. ,H. F. from Suwannee High 1 December 28 wedding at Park Kitty Bradshaw, Jo Ann Cal- conquer shop under the barest necklines. Luscious nylon loCI with 0

Mrs. Lipham at Gridley's Camerson, Mrs. Earl Deck, School In Live Oak. She I aMiss view Baptist Church.DavisHartsfield away, Joan Crenshaw, Pam magic lining that lifts your curves up, keeps your shape up! In Stretch

Music Store.If Mrs. W.. H. Edwards Jr., Fletcher, Rhonda Gillon, Ro- strop? You bet-with o marvelous "pushbutton" adjustment! Style 0574,

anyone prefers, Mrs. Mrs. A. W. Fletcher, Mrs. White.. (Rigid Material oil Nylon. Interlining Polyester (Spun Dacron)I. Nylon

a Edwards check for will the mail exact tickets amount if Forsman.Harold Gertner Mrs. ,James Mrs. Marlon Gable, Fry Eggplant Elastic: Nylon, Polyester, Lycra Spandex I 2-A to 36C 4.OO'

and-a self-addressed! stamp. Mrs. Carlos Hope Mrs. Jay ATLANTA, Ga. -Mr. and Mrs. J. Mun Davis. of Con- Ever French fry eggplant?
ed envelope are sent to her Jones Jr., Mrs. David Lane, J Mrs. Reese Davis of Atlanta, To do so, pare the vegetable.
home, 3709 West University Mrs. A. L. Lastinger, Mrs. C:;a., announce the engage- yers.Mr.. Hartsfield Is'the grandson 'Cut the eggplant Into strips, "mOWn a

Avenue. Val Llpham, Mrs. J. M. MeJ of their daughter, Miss of Mrs. Frank Reid Harts- French;j Just as. you fried would do Roll for franklin's oUege 5Jbop")
m tickets will be reservedand Cown, I Dorothy LoReese Davis, to field and the late Mr. jlarts- ; potatoes.
none will be held for Mrs. W. K. McPherson, J Frank Reid Hartsfleld m, field and Mrs. Henry! Chit- 'the strips 1 n seasoned flour
and fry In hot deep fat until 401 W. University Ave. Free Parking Rear of Store FR 2-4606
either and the
dinner performance. Mrs. C. G. Mixon Jr., Mrs. ion of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ty late Mr. Chlttjr
Performing Artists Walter Murphree, Mrs. Jean Raid Hartsfield Jr., of Allana all of Gainesville they are tender and brown. .
Co-directors of the Madrigal Mitchell Mrs. Flake Parker, ; Ga. Miss Davis attended Stephens
Singers art Mrs. Walter Mrs. Kimbel Pofahl, Mrs. The bride-elect Is the granddaughter College, where she wasa
Murphre. and Mrs. Delbert }(. H. Staler, Mrs. Raymond 4 of the late Mr and member of Swan Society
Sterrett. Tasslnarl', Mrs. John TIp. and Independent Society, and 9rI
Those appearing as Mad ton, Mrs. Rae Welmer, Mrs ]Mrs.l Thomas Seaborn Crowley Shorter College, where she
rigal Singers will beMiss W. Wilson and Mrs. Edward I I and the late Mr. and was a member of the Polyno- I
Jo Anne Fulwood, Miss JCe- R. Woodward. mlan Society. She is employ.
ed by the U. S. Leasing Corp.in .

State The Atlanta.bridegroom elect attended

. ?f/I Vanderbilt University, \ S t
where he was a member of
Officer Sigma Alpha Epsilon and '

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TODAY, November tt Mrs. Leon Henderson and her team. He was graduated I

Tea honoring Miss Jane daughter, Miss Elma Henderson from Georgia State College.

Bingham, bride elect ofCeol'i' 1S24 NW Twelfth Road. He Is associated in business latex foam rubber '"" "
Schlldge of Middle- Stag party complimenting with his father In Atlanta. '

t Jown, N.J., 3 to 5 p.m., Mrs. George Schlldge of Middle-
Maurice Ahrens, Mrs. Eleanor town N.J., J. C. Dickinson Poultry Stuffings
Browne and Mrs. Myra III. Swan Lake.Rehearsal Note to new cooks never MATTRESS 1 -
jerwllllger at the Ahrensome dinner honoring forget that poultry stuff ago ,
+ 1704 NW Tenth Ave- Miss Jane Bingham and their expand during roasting and and Box Springs
oiueSKDNESDAY. son, George Schlldge, Mr. and that the dressing should never
November H Mrs. A. T. Schlldge of Mid be tightly packed when t h e

Luncheon compliment I n g dletown, N.J., Lamplight or bird Is stuffed. J-. You'll Mitt down to a I long win'.,'.
:IMm Jane Bingham, bride- Room Howard Johnson's. Bop with l all 'aituranc of a comfort
j + *n a 'luxurfej 4" Flrttfon
SATURDAY, November U Lat"
;jlect'of George Schlldge .... s
Coffee :T' Moll' This roomy, king-tin/ mat.tm
honoring Miss niona Shred Fine
Middletown N. J., 1:30: altowt you to rttt wfcll you '
;T> m., Mrs. G. H. Boutelle, 421 Bergman, fiance of Joseph Cut green cabbage for slaw al..p. Mattrtu and bow tprlngt' at
-IJE Fourth. Ernest Parker of Coca a this way: halve the cabbageand iriii low price ere our ipaciol CnrltNmot '
Cocoa Beach, 10 ajn. until place gift M you. Ap
: Open House to meet Mrs. cut side down, on
\ -AT. Schlldge, Middletown noon, Mrs. Richard P. the chopping board. Use a .
-NJ, Mrs. N.! E. Blngb a m10d Schmidt, 700 SW 17th Street, long thin sharp knife and T

her daughter, Mlsa Jane Colfvlew.Buffet luncheon for shred fineCRUISE KING SIZE MATTRLSS
Blngham, finance of George ham-Schlldge + AND SOX SPRING
-N Jftiildfje.Ji 10:30 of Middletown until and out of town guests, party noon, Lorraine Berry When you get up Christmas morning you'll find the nicest gift under any'
: a.m. Miss Lorraine
noon, Berry of
Mrs. J. C. Dickinson Jr. and tre.e. .
Bingham home, 1711 NW Mrs J. C. Dickinson in, at FruIUand Park, Grand Chiefof ?
Tenth Avenue. the former's the State of Florida Pyth
home, ISO SW
I Dinner feting Miss Jan ian Sisters will
35th Place, Blvlns Arms. make her official k
Ingham, bride to t be of Wedding of Miss Jane Elizabeth visit to the Gainesville HEADQUARTERS ; DuPont

George, Mr.Schildge and, Middletown Bingham, daughter of Pythlan Sisters Temple Num-j, .... ..".,. .......1'"
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apache Holiday Inn. and George H. Schlldge, son banquet honoring Miss / ... C-- ..= Continuous Filament
TUCTlSDAY, November M of Mr. and .,am. n..ui',20" M.II.
Berry will be held at the Ho-
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Wedding of Mils Judith Schlldge, Middletown. N.J., I tel Thomas at 0:43: p. m., HM...... ..._ ::4
Cayle Btasley, daughter o f p.... University Methodist prior to a meeting to be held fr NYLON CARPET
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beasley
Church. Reception followingat at 301 S. Main Street A social WORLD ,
San and Grover L. Feed of
the Gainesville
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Jacksonville, son of Mrs. Oats Club West University Ave meeting. Add Beauty to your home ,
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p m.f First Methodist Church. Buffet luncheon for out of Berry will be the houseguest SERVICE a .t Nylon I la mode bra varlary *f patterns ana' colors that conk

FRIDAY- November 17 town wedding guests here for of Mrs. Eurnla Courtney and compliment your living .ra. New Is the time re come In end Soo'y
Bridesmaids luncheon! for the Schlldge-Bingham wedding Mrs. D. C McMichaeL_ 101 W. UJ. H ..4l -
bliss' Jan. Bingham bride- Dr. and Mrs. J. B. cheese that special carpat et our low prke.

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Nuptial Mrs. Reitz Gives Tea For UF Women's ClubCarl Dinner Given

To Honor

Plans Mrs. GilbertMrs.

Julia M. Gilbert, employee .
of the Agricultural I
Stabilization and Conservation

Service, U.s. Department
of Agriculture was recently:
Miss Jane Elizabeth Bmg- honored at a Retirement
ham and George H. Schildge a Ceremony at the Primrose

of Middletown, N. J., will be Inn, closing her 23 years "ft
married at 8 p.m. Saturday service with the department.
In the University Methodist Mrs. Jewell King presented
Church with Rev. Thax ton the honoree with a gift on behalf

Springfield, pastor, perform. of all the employees.
ing the double ring ceremony. Stuart Simpson, Member of
Wedding m u .Ie i will be the State ASC Committee I ,
played by Mrs. Arnold Wir- was master of ceremonies It
tala organist, and Mrs. Ma- the banquet, and bib II 1 e s
rie Henderson, cello soloist. were paid to Mrs. Gilbert by
The bride-elect l i Is the employees who had worked
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. N. with her over the yean
E. Bingham. Parents of the O P. McArthur, State Executive

bridegroom-elect are Mr. and 4 Director, was .in
Mrs. Adam T. Schil d g e, of charge of the program honoring
Middletown.The Mrs GilbertApproximately
bride will be attendedby SO guests at
her sisters Miss Marl tended.

Bingham, maid of honor and *
Mrs. J. S. Dickinson III, ma. a, > T p
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Stager, St. Louis, Mo.; Miss
Mary Eberhardt of Chicago Dokes Honoring new members and past presidents of the the club, center left, and Mrs. R. D. foddington,
Heights, IlL and Miss Marilyn University Women's Club, !\Irs. J. Wayne Reiti entertained chairman of the Newcomers croup.
Heath Richmond, Mich, To Celebrate with the annual Fall membership tea at In the picture at the right are three of the club's Because the Women' D tpartment -
cousin of the bride, is brides the President's Residence early last week. \Mm. Relti, pant presidents who attended the tea. They are left will be closed t'
maids. honorary president of the organization In shown In to right \Mrs. Harry R. Trunler. who was preaide.nt Thanksgiving Day, all itorlek t

Best man for Mr. Schildge AnniversaryBLAND the picture at the left lre.UnrIrs; \ Jack Fry ont In 1923.2tIn.! Raymond >V. Itlarklock, president for publication on Thurs day
will be his brother, A. T. of the many newcomers attending the party. Pictured in 1936. and Mrs. James W. Norman, president for fount be In the Sun Offices
Schildge Jr., Middletown, N.J. COMMUNITY with them are \Mrs. John Hauler, president of the 1932.33 term. by Tuesday at 1 p.m. Deadlines
celebration of the golden wed. for the Sunday Women
Groomsmen will Include J. C.
..,__ .. '
Dickinson III, Ronald umg anniversary ui Mr, and Psges will be Wednesday at
Schlldgi and Richard Mrs. Carl Doke, a receptionwill Parties HonorBridetobe Minerds Fete I p,m. All weddings and en
Schildge, both brothers of the be given by their children giKements are due by S p.m.

bridegroom from Middle- Sunday, November %9. Tuesday.Lynn's _.... ,,,
town; Philip Bowers Jr. of The affair, scheduled from I
Fair Haven N.J.; and Robert :I to S p.m., will take placein Affianced Couple I'
Cubbage, Red Bank, N. J Fellowship Hall of the Coiffures
Dr. and Mrs. Bingham will Alachua Methodist Church. ;

give a reception at the All friends and relatives of Miss Jane Bingham bride- heart roses centered the table Miss Grace Carol Dodge The guests, including Mr I fItI' loa S.W. 34th STRUT

Gainesville Woman's Club. the couple ire invited to at elect of George H. Schildge where places were mark and James HIcks G r 11 n e, and Mrs. Tom U. Cr e ens, WISTSIDI SHOPPING CINTIRPHON
The wedding rehearsal, tend. of Middletown, N. J., was ed for the honoree, her mother parents of the bridegroomelect 376-62S6
whose will take
planned for 7 pm Friday, The Dokes were married honored with a luncheon Saturday Mrs N. E. Bingham: Mrs. marriage enjoyed boating and. r' NOW OPIN
will be followed by a dinner November 25, 1914, in the by Mrs. John Cherry, Justin Harlow, Mrs. James place December IS in Rich fishing before supper I I

given by Mr. and Mrs. Bland Community. Mrs Doke who entertained at the Thom. Pope, Mrs. George Spache, mond, Va., wert honored at A gift of silver was presented
Schildge at the LamplighterRoom was formerly Miss Daisy Ed- as Hotel Mrs. Maurice Ahrens, Mrs. an Informal supper party LYNN, MEIKIR,
to the honored couple
Howard Johnson's. warda.LottinvilleHaughton'.
in An arrangement of sweet- G. H. Boutelle, Mrs. Bill Saturday given by Mr and the hosts' MOPailTUSS
Owra, and Mrs. Jim Cooper. Mrs. Richard D. Minerd at
A gift of sliver was presented their home on Little Likt Assisting with the hoopltal. COSMOTOLOGISTS
l to the bride to be by Weir. till!' were Miss Barbara J. HAN HAVNUtHILUI MART SHIITON ANN 503115

WeddingPlans the hostess. Brown, daughter of the Min ANN NlCNOll
Kitchen Shower Given erds, home for the occulon rr

-- ..... --.. Thursday evening M r 1. Cites Sen. Cross from St. Petersburg Junior
James D. Pope entertainedwith College, Mrs. Mary B. San- -- :
a kitchen shower at her State Sen. J. Emory (Red) defer of Gainesville, and

home to compliment Miss Cross was recognized Tuesday Mrs. George Martin of Ore WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING SOON
the Alachua County
Bingham night by la.
Mrs J. F. Matchett, sister Mental Health Assn. for his
Are ListedPlans of the hostess Mrs. Carl Opp work on behalf of mental health
.1 and Mrs. George Spache H- programs as a state senator
Itt t trt ( listed In the hospitalities Sidney Martin association
rs 't' A color scheme of yellow, president, gave Cross an awardof HOME
are announced today enne s
white and green was featured
... w for the marriage of Mlas
to the shower appointment t+sT tNAUTY
Mary Ruth Hazen and Ted The serving table, overlaid b ALWAYt FURNISHINGS .:

Raymond Brown. with a green cloth, was centered I
The wedding will be an of
by an arrangement JiFor
; event of December If at 4
garden vegetables placed on
J p.m. la the First I Baptist banana leaves and flanked by Christmas WITH THE FLAIR

'; : Church with Rev, Fred T. bras candelabra holdinggreen I ...
Laughon Jr. officialIn Finn
pastor, candles Punch was
j- ?. served from a brats bowl.
The bride Is the OF A DECORATOR
daughter( Chrysanthemum and camellia l Portraits ,
of Mr. and Mrs. WInf rid were used In decoration
,. .
I ;
Monroe Hazen and the bridegroom of the living room.

Is the ton of Mr. and Recipes Presented Iy ..

Mrs Raymond W. Brown, Mrs. Pope presented tht -.... --------- a-.
Middletown, Ohio. bride-elect with a corsage of """""- --- .
Miss Carol Boyles, cousin of yellow pompons with a shower FrankAnderson jJ ; -..._ .
.. : the bride, will be soloist of miniature kitchen utensils -
S1' Miss Susan Lorene H a zen, attached and also a recipe """-... '
"f' .t .j jf sister of the bride, will be "j I"
box filled with favorite recipes : .,.. "
maid of honor and Mrs. Leon .a..p:..
I'idq of each guest Mrs. rsr gd..Ma s.
Shoaff Jr., cousin of the mw -........ v..,
j bride, wllllltl'Vl as matron of Bingham of was .presented a =:.: .:.:. ::..Mw I
corsage roses.Guests ........... wsw. "TTifY
honor. Bridesmaids will be were till honoree, H "' .... mess m
18 : Miss Barbara Robin Graham, her mother, her sister, Mrs.J. I',, i aHW s III...
Mrs. James LeRoy Lottinvllle Miss Nancy Dee Williams\ and C. Dickinson UI; and Mrs. .=. :. r.. .":...:. :: :
Miss Marjorie Jean. Glenn of -
Ravt Sharma, Mrs Bill .. '
Mr. and Mrs. James LeRoy brother as best man. Howard Jacksonville. Owra Mrs. John Cherry, :... ::. : .mew.IuMN I

Lottinville were married Thorpe of Pensacola was ush- Stephen Singer Brown, MId- Mrs. Leon Henderson, Mrs. M ... b(=:. ; I

during a candlelight ceremony er.The dletown, Ohio, will serve his Douglas Scales, Mrs. J. A ,"we _-..: :: I
November 14 at the bride's mother wore a brother as beat man. Humphreys, Mrs. Albert Bar C,1"M ew '
McCaul Chapel of the First turquoise wook suit and e o r- Ushers will be James Allen rett Mrs. J. B. White, Mrs. Pal nM sac, r,=I ': nmiw .. \1
Baptist Church. Rev. Fred T. sage of white carnations Brown of Middletown Ohio, Thelma Ivey, Mrs. Paul Pat. t1S '
Laughon( Jr., pastor, officiated Following the ceremony, a also a brother of the bride-- tenon. Mrs. May Grod t", ;; m
at the double ring cere- reception was given at the groom-elect; Gordon Cowen Mrs. Dutton Scuddrr. M r s. ItZ rd-5323 )11I
mony. of Sl Petersburg, Thomas Max Tyler. Mrs. Jean O,
home of the bride's parents.The Se.J t.;.
Miss Pat Mitchell was or bride's table, laid withan Sant, Middletown, Ohio Ar. Mitchell Mrs. J. C. Dickinson
thur Ivan. Jacobs of Fenian-
Jr., Mrs. Troy Wakefleld.
ganist. off white lace cloth, was ,
The bride formerly Miss dma Beach: Fred Thomas Mrs. Thaxton Springfield, pMr
adorned with white and .r
Margaret Anne Haughton( lathe and green Laughon W and WInfred Mrs. J. J. Bailes, Mrs. Mich.
chrysanthemums care a-
daughter of Mr. and tions. Monroe Hazm Jr., brother of act Santoro, Mrs. Spache,
Mrs. William G. Haughton of the bride-elect. Mrs. Opp, Mrs. Matchett
Gainesville The bridegroom Sister Pours Pinch A reception will follow the Misa Elma Henderson, Ml II
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sue Hilts cut the wedding ceremony at the Alpha DeltaPI Ann Scudder and Mill Sandra FOR
Leonard B. Lottinvlllt of cake and Miss G11 n da Sorority House. Winston.
Haughton, sister of the. Bride, '
Hampton, V a.
Given to marriage by her poured punch. GIFT
The bride's book was tiP t J I?
father the bride floor-
wore a
by Miss Julia Nichols of Wal
length gown of white PHil de
sole featuring a bell skirt do.The GIVING!

and a mantilla of re embroidered their home newlyweds In Newport will make News, t VIrigs of 100% Human Hair

Alencon bee. She Va., where Mr. LottinvUle Is a SOLIDS, STRIPES TO MATCHIN r

carried a Bible topped with a Junior designer at Newport c./uNt Dw*. s.. !IN lot PENCALlt DCIfTONI SHEETS
orchid and
white orange blot- New Shipbuilding Dry b.v lOGs, iems.,.....,
::: :
loms.MiuMadebene. Dock Company w>g* te ; ..

Garrett Out of town guests Included I' r Cut'om fiitirf end t"'Uny. txry ..M 279 SOLIDS 298S1'IPlS
maid of honor She
was wore I .... .
Mr and Mrs. Howard Thropeof 1 Meee sad 1( tnclbdn anainaituntnt.
a gold colored peau dt sole *ry lo dress, a white lace manU II 1 a, Pensacola Mr. and ac I. Why wn4 tor twin 71" a loa"flee s IUSTAIT !*). 72" s 10'" lie or ILAJTA-
and carried a bouquet of white Charle Buns of Montgomery. Ieot1 r .tf em rhea vJI 11" s I 01" fl.. n lUST.riT beffem
carnationsBrMhcr. Ala., and Miss Julia Nidi etc.I ( ) He er lUSTA-MT .nti* PIT i ett... ik..* '111111" a IC4"
Bttt Mae do.and MM Sally Nichols of Wal- Y'"i Hairpieces $25.00 up sheet ifctef

Bill served his 2.98 3.9
Kaughton --- ...
Wigs $99.95 up .... 42" 42" H'/i"
I I, \ < :311/a" COM i ....

Club Coffee I I : Wefted $149.95 up 2 for 1.49 2 for 1.9S

I I I II Pencole fine, combed cotton percale' in Avocado. Raspberry Ice,
Given By TrioI ) Gold. Cope Blue .
.1.A? Complete Color RangeOflMMONOAYTHIU
:::; ?
fn. D. E. Alcom. Mrs. f&araafl& SOFT PENCALE WHITES
Reid Powell and Mrs. W. ._.:
Burkhannoa were hottest H.I I Pillow/ ca.. 2 for IJ9

a ctffet given recently f SATU I DAY AM.5f.M.IVININCS 72" i 103" end Twin lifted 2.29
number of the Soil Mu:1T r 00N IT 81* I 108" end Full Fitted 2.49 S"

tm Wives dub at the A|. 1 a W. br+tvrJl. AV[. APPOINTMINTHAIR

COI'II Mrs.resJd Howard Ice..Bisdand. ;' r. NATIONWIDE WHITE

poured coffee. president. -=' :-V Pillow eases 2 for 9I<

Members displayed Christus ; 72" a 108" end Twin Fitted 1.89
handiwork and decor a. i I 33es 10S" and Full 'itt.. 109
UOBS I ii I L ISIS N.W, Itch Se. J72-442

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.C Go..", ,,.. Sun__Sunday, November 22 19(4

I pieces at Norton Gallery I.I Is Chairman, George leiuuiigi, \
SculptorsPlan p.m., Dec. 4. Pieces shouldbe Norton Gallery, West Palm \

I Dean Wiles to Give PanheLlenic Cup Awarded Exhibit, delivered to the Show Beach. ,

Woman's Club Talk"How CompetitionWEST Steamed Podding Quick Treat

Steamed puddings, served Quick treat for youngsters:

PALM BEACH after a soup and salad supper moisten flaked coconut with
You Look at a School be the title of a talk present.ed The Associated Florida Sculp. make a hearty contribu- condensed milk and form Into -
and Make a Judgment" will by Dr. Kimball Wild, tors' Seventh Annual Exhibition tion. To top the pudding, you balls. Bake, on a buttered
"'1-. Dean of the University of will open to the public at might like to add minced preserved cookie sheet, In a slow oven
4 .. Florida College of Education, I the Norton Gallery In West ginger to a regular until lightly tinged with
for the Gainesville Woman' .. .: Palm Beach on December 11 hard sauce. brown.
I Club Monday at 2 p.nu at the and close January It, 1965.

Clubhouse, Welt Univenlty .tJ. I' t M.: Harry Bertola, internationally
Avenue. famous sculptor and designer I
J The speaker li Immediate I will Judge the show r-- .1
past president and presently r'o.'; \. for exhibition and cash i YOU DON'T HAVE I' .
vice-president of the Association awards totalling 500. .t
of Supervision and Cur ,., j; ;., The show will be viewed byWorld's TO PUT UP WITH
riculum DevelopmentLast .
Fair officials with
summer, Dr. .
the prospect of exhibiting the
was a delegate to the World
Confederation of Organ Iza- show there next year. 1 1II
The is to r' t
tions of the Teaching Profession competition open Experts the country over agree there
in Paris, France.He members of AFS and mem- only one practical way to remove
Is the author of many tarn bership Is open to all resi- superfluous hair. Articles by experts In leading
dent artists of Florida submitting and questions answered I
} women's beauty
books, his most recent entitled I : magazines
Dr. Kimball Wiles "The Changing Curriculum $10 annual dues to in women's columns In newspapers all
of the American High I I the Association Treasurer, agree that electrolysis is the only permanent
". School". Mrs. Alvord Sheen, 1414 Point way available for hair removal. The cost of this
Mrs. Darrel J. Mase, chair Crisp Road Sarasota. .service Is within the beauty budget of those who
Cruise on the man for the Division of Edu- '\ Entry blanks for the competition have been applying cosmetics. Hundreds of women
IIJj BIG ONE cation of the Welfare and will be mailed Immediately are pleased with Mr. Dwyer's skilled re
I from Community Affairs Department to all AFS mem- sults. You will be too. Phone today!

fi1/II Florida to West Indies In charge of the pro- .". bers. Deadline for receiv Ing
and South America! J
i! gram.Camellia .""
10000. Ion., fun;was:ocllO's, Society Mrs. John P. Feaster, president of the Gainesville Panhellenic Association, DON'T MISS THIS
.11 i .bln with Gainesville Camellia Socie- presented t h o organization's Scholarship Cup to t Mrs. Maria M. Sanchez,

ty will meet December 1 at right, while her husband: t, Pedro Sanchez, waits to t congratulate the 1964; win, For OnlyTODDLER

the Howard Bishop Junior ner.

a CmlMi from rare KWrf!.<.* High School at 7:30: p.m. Gainesville Panhellenic Association year to the UP senior wom- gree In April. $100
... Refreshments will be awarded the 1964 The has two children
JAN.It-HO FU. U an with the highest scholastic couple
MAM.S-MAR.1S-MAR.IS served and flowers will be Scholarship Cup to Mrs. Ma. a son three years of age Ilw 2t Ldiq a tl.ndliry
7 to 19 d.,.. to a port judged before the business ria M. Sanchez, University of average. and a daughter, who Is three \L
from $200 to 1440 min tint session. Mrs. Sanchez who came to X 14
Florida senior, during a coffee weeks old.Receiving
the university from Havana, FUU FIGURE PORTRAIT
Wilbur Harling, general
given in her honor at the guests during the
Cuba, has 392 in read, ..+
a whs.
WORLD chairman for the Gainesville Chi Omega sorority houseearly average evening were Mrs. William
Camellia show slated for January In the week. ,the College of Arta and Sciences Barry, Chi Omega housemother AGES I
9 and 10 at the Florida where she Is majoringIn
TRAVEL The presentation was made ; Mrs. Feaster and 6 Weeks
National Bank, will report on by Mra. John P. Feaster, French and taking a minorIn Mr. and Mrs. Sanches.Hostesses to 10 Years
the final plans president of Pan hellenic I mathematics. She will for the coffee 'I Brine An ehadr.n
SERVICE Mrs. Joe Hudson, guest graduate at the end of the t

which Is composed of representatives were Mrs. Joseph SUverman, S l.ction's
: speaker, will discuss and from each sorority second trimester. Delta Phi Epsilon; Mrs. Ralph orpesesi
10S w. U.."" PIt .-e4t demonstrate flower arrange- Her husband, Pedro S a n-
alumna association or clubin KInney, Delta Zeta, and Mrs.
I ments for the Camellia Show. the city. chez, a mathematics major, Harvey T. Martin, Kappa Al- w.d, :.
JjI The cup Is awarded each will receive his master's deHallCampen pha Theta.Is +' d0 0 .roarwd jr
}. LA NoApp.lom sN.eswry
I 1

) } 1a Vows Readpiece II BY PHOTO

renneiff .

WALDO- In the presence of with bride and groom and Mrs. 'Johnle Hansen ONE WEEK ONLY !
relatives and members of the figurines centered the table and daughter, Inger, of
family, the wedding of Mrs. with two heart .. shaped Starke; Mrs. Ernestine Els- I
Sylvia Campen and L. A. wedding cakes at either side. MON.THRU SATURDAYNOV.
"Jack"' Hall was solemnizedthe Th. crystal punch bowl was enacher, Keystone Heights;
evening of November 14 encircled with fern and pink M. and Mrs. C. K. Penning- 23rd-THRU-NOV. 28thPhotographers

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. chrysanthemums. ton, Mrs. Eva B. George, Mr. Hours
Dale Drew. Assisting with the hospitalities and Mrs. Horace A. Thayer,
r. Rev. J. H. Rentz of the Wal- were Mrs. Wayne Cog. Miss Nancy Thayer, Mr. and 10A.M. to 6 P.M.
y do Baptist Church officiated dill, Mrs. E. U Elsenacher, Mrs. Louie Latimer, Mr. and Fri. 10 A.M. to 9 P.M.CENTRAL .

at the double ring ceremony.The Mrs. Lawrence Cosgrove, and Mrs. Wayne Cogdlll Mr. and PLAZA SHOPPING CENTERGAINESVILLE6TH
vows were exchanged Mrs. Horace Thayer. Mrs. Charley Nicolson, all of
before an Improvised altar Out of town guests were Gainesville, and Miss Lou ST & UNIV. AVE.I .

I of magnolia leaves flanked Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grit Metz. I, .
-- ------ ---
i of white ,
by urns chrysan I i
f tFSNOWWHITE d themums.The bride wore s street State FairWomen's

length sheath dress of royal I Just One
blue brocade with matching World
I Out
accessories and a corsage of Closing
pink carnations. Contest OpenTAMPA I
Mrs. Jean Drew, matronof More Week

1 honor, wore a print b r o- Entries for the
cade of and
kelly green royal 1965 Florida State Fair are
blue with matching accessories
Her corsage was of running far ahead of this time
yellow carnations. last year, according to M. E.
Twedell, general manager of
Serving as best man was the state's biggest show.
Mrs. Hall's son, James S. I Entire Stock
There has been an unprecedented
I Campen.A demand for the fair's
: wedding.The reception. followed the premium lists and entry
blanks from every part of the
candlelit-table was overlaid state. "If entries continue to
with white crochet pour In at this rate, we win
I cloth. A mirror center- be hard pressed to find exhibit
space," Tebell! said. "It
II looks whopper.like" the fair will be a RHYTHM STEP and

A marked Increase In inter-
J est la shown by requests for
I Information and entry blanksfor
"Women's World l Co otesu'
hit of the 1964 fair.

This new department has
: KodcP holiday blousesPretty tJwosourua caught the> fancy of hundreds
of Florida residents who are
proud of their ability to sew,
as a fresh snowfall-these stay- I I IsinT knit, crochet, and needlework
beauties of Kodel* polyester and eeoice
Poe LAaies In general REGULARLY
cotton all frosted with Icy-white !
Two Dates for the 196J fair are
,Schiffli embroidery perky
"sissy" styles In sixes 30 t9 38. Wei4sF SHOCKUYFtUMIING. February MI. Entry blanks 14" toSALE$1995
comt gifts, at Penney super-value! and Information may be ob-
boxed for gifting I tained by writing: Florida
SIS pkM SI.112-0403 IIIK Mote State Fair, Box 1231, Tampa,
Florida 33MI. .

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,I Qir! mu Is a time for rmembt ".. And aom<< net, a
I Chr iaans cud la the only link la a chain of friendship M
l 4I miles and time have weakened like a magic lantern Christatita .
Z pwt I I
ti card you naive cut conjure, up piciuiet of people and
I t 1 pieces\ you haven't teen in ytu $997necessary

?hat a why the Chri mu cards you choose M represent your SIZES 4 TO 10
,, la the nursed of friends and family ihouM be Kkctcd move
I e I carefully. la our wonJcrfullr Mriol coU< I I }Wlnwk designs, you'U find a cud perfectly suited to be

your personal messenger of gooks will and goof .... And I In the process of consolidating our lines of

I when your Hallmark tools itmcnrxftj.amve, you CM be sure your quality fashion shoes for women we find it
hie.ds will be lied you
to discontinue our entire stock of

t "The Christmas Store" Rhythm Step & Rice O'Neill.!! These are all

current styles and the latest fashions. We

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$undey. November 22. IU Gainesville.. ?C

Calendar Of Events Primrose Sorcpdmlst Inn Club Recorded, 1:30: p.m., lows Hall.American. Mrs. H. C. Lunsford, Mrs I*

speech by Mill Ellsa both Association of N. Henderson, 1923 NW 3th

hither and President of Soroptl- ._University ,Women I p.m., Avenue. ___ __ ._ :
1 -.y. yon TODAY November 22 R. Adams, 1119 SW Ninth I mist International), duringthe
Tea honoring D' W mem- Road. convention In Lausanne, WIGS
bers of Alpha Lambda Del- Gainesville Woman's Club Switzerland.
Weimer ta, IT honorary freshman 2 p.m., Clubhouse, Division ot Women of the Moose, I 100_% H.It. H.I, ,
-- sorority, 4 M J Education Dr. Kimball t1.a. a .wan tartilMt
p.m. r a. p.m., Moose Lodge n.w.t ..-
Mrs. Palmer P r. e t e r, of dedication of the new grade Wayne Reitz, President Residence. Wiles, guest speaker TUESDAY, November SI 69.00 up
Spotlight of all Catorland Gainesville, the former Mary school named in honor of his 2151 West
University Gainesville Junior Woman M.r r steppers Square At.. w.p CIHoMt spud, A tilt.
J activity moved to Tallahassee Call Collins, and Mrs John mother, who was principal of Avenue. 'i Club, Board Meeting, Dance Club, I p.m., Gainesville .
I Saturday for that FIRST UF- Aorell of Miami, formerly J. J. Finley School for many MONDAY, November 2J (:SO am, Mrs. William T. Recreation Center CLARA'SBIAUTY ,
FSU football game In the Jane Cslllns, and their husbands years. The dedication Is set Alpha Gamma Delta Alumnae Manley, 2030 SW 42nd Avenue Supreme Forest Woodmen SALON
Capital City since the two Palmer and John, were for next Sunday, November Club I p.m., Mrs. Perry Circle, 7:30 p.m., Odd Fel- 721 N.W. 7tb A_ HI t-tnl
'state universities became coeducational home. 29, at 4 p.m. I
f In 1947. Newest member of the family *
I UF students, grads, fans present was six month Dr. and Mrs Fayelte Pare Convenient FREE PARKING Hours 10: A.M. 9: P.M., Closed Sundays FREE GIFT WRAPPING 1
and families from Gainesville old Jane Brevard AurtU, who via will leave December for
and almost every city In the took all family honors. Anna Marie Island to make 1
slate were on hand for reunions Mary Call and Palmer will their home. Both Wilma and 1I
pep rallies, dances, be back today and returnto Fayette are looking forwardto I
concerts and parties abound- Tallahassee for Thanksgiving their new home on the Gulf I
They will divide their Coast as both grew up In
Ing.The stay with the Collinses and Bradwiton and their families
Capital City was bulging
Palmer's parents, Mr. and are there.
with visitors and hotels *
Mrs M. Julies Proctor.
and motels were so crowded .
Sad memories ot a y ear
that many stayed overnightIn Dr. and Mrs. Jobs McFer- ago this weekend are relivedin
Ga.Bainbridge or Thornasvllle, rlii returned yesterday from the minds of young and old I
Jacksonville where they attended as each recalls the time and s Y
Among the many parties the Inauguration ceremonies the place when the tragic Jt Ippp1P1G CQ(TTR'f
were those given by Governor; for UF President Dr. news of President John Flu- ,t Vn and Mrs. Farris Bryant who Robert Harry Sipro. John gerald Kennedy's death was
entertained Saturday mornIng was the representative of his flashed around the world.A .
with an Open House; a Alma Mater Southwestern at Gainesville boy was one
pre-game luncheon given by Memphis. of many who sent a note of
Supreme Court Justice Stephen condolence to the Kennedy
0' Cease and Mrs. Arriving Thursday to spend family. A World/
Council; post-game partiesby Thanksgiving with his mother David Smith, ten.year-old .
Mr and Mrs. Sam MOON Mrs Myra TerwUU i.r, son of the Cecil Smiths, wrote .f
er, the Doyle Connors, and will be Lt Com B. B. Black- a letter to Mrs Kennedy, and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Henderson well, !Mrs Blackwell and In due time, David was one of
formerly of Gainesville, their children, Rebecca, Adl- many who received a card of t Fur Glamour
who were hosts with the Cly anne and B 11 a e p Lee of acknowldgement.The /f3 I
de Atklnions Champaign Ill. "B.B." Is a card and the envelope,
An Open House after the member of the R. 0 T. C. reproduced below, along witha I I
game at the h o m e of Mr. staff at the University of Illinois picture of the President -1 HerI
and Mrs. Jimmy Kyues was which hangs In his bedroom, I J
given by the "Golden Era He and his family are coming are included In the Kennedy
Group" UF Gatori whose especially to attend the memorabilia prized by David.

loss record of For the lost word "
13 games (T) ......1" ""' .... In elegant ,
long has made them fast
ago I

friends. .. .tht 4I y't.t. vJ gifting give furl! Crowning on l,

President and Mrs. J. ..uJd.. I i'"t .
Wayne gZ h s
I elegant
Salts were houseguests of \ td "' tJL coot or beautifully

FSU President and Mrs. Gordon : I ln 1'
BlackweU. created Into a luxurious boa,
...ri ;;.;. < < .,
The Retires were In Jack 1IPq. ,,t'l a h
;...-, "" .
sonville Friday to attend the j jacket or stole It's the
Inauguration festivities of Dr. \,wIV 1 FttYl t gift
Robert Harry Spiro, fourth .,:.' i33 r ov uintl', 19.w...
president of Jacksonville University ,h1,'':;' .i"-tif'tr': J I i every woman yearns fo'l! Choose '
gd=w1w,\L r.lq y
The Inaugural cerem ony ,' i t t from our wide collection ,
; \
"t" .
''took place Friday morning :.,< : ; ... .',$\ ',' j
I' following three day program >" '',:I j .( ..,, ,' '. earn a Christmas kiss!
honoring Dr. and Mrs t '"9: : ,
Spiro. The new president was ...- ; !'.-r +\ .
formerly dean of liberal arts >, .' 4' i M'r
Mercer Macon, .' \<., ,Qr1 ,
at University, ,f'Ji\f r
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Ga "
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6C GoInttvilU Sun Sunday, November_ 22, 1964 I .

-Reber-Burnett--I 1,600 Attend Antique FairBy ward hostesses Nevis,Bird.Mrs.were Those Dean Mrs.Coddington serving Arnold as, SWAWJw

Mrs. Russell Green, Mrs
ARLINE GREER treasures as Individual and Included furnishing a roo m Jape Taylor, Mrs. Frank KN w
varied as old English brass in the ambulant Agee, Mrs. Harry Prystowsky .
It was a world "filled witha wood boxes and Chippendalecoat chasing wing pur- Mrs. Richard P. Schmidt, When Grants-own brands, famous for quality
multitude of riches" for antique racks. latrlc floor equipment, and the creation ped- Mrs. W Walter Oppelt, Mrs, end economy, are sale priced for extra saving

the University lovers and Medical collectors Guild'sfirst at Proceeds from the event, of a scholarship for women Vincent Stenger, Mrs. Rich rs

Antique Fair and Sale which will become an annual medical students. ard T. Smith, Mrs. George SUPER SALE
held last week at the old I project of the Medical I Barnard, Mrs. Richard Cop- A. .
Guild, benefit the many char- Cochairmen for the An- enhaver, Mrs. Ernest Wright,
Margaret Ann Store
} __ liable projects undertaken tique Fair were Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Thomas Newcomb and
I An enthusiastic crowd numbering
j' over 1,600 came to the by the Guild each yearat I I Kaufman and Mrs. Ed. Mrs. William Thomas. OPENSUNDAY
the J. Hillii Miller Health
two-day Fair to the shop and
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\ Mr. and Mrs.David A. Reber ning Dec. L fa a / o ;, .

ALACHUA Miss Marsha Reber, brother of the bridegroom CROSS CREEK GROVES more! 5

I Gayle Burnett, daughter of and Stacey LaLonde, M i \ W1U .
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Burnett nephew of the bride, was junior P.O. lei 101 lil.Krf tV.v... F.I. Phone 4".1410 MEM'SCOTTON W2
J Sr. of Alachua became the usher. Master Andy Bris- 0. H. (HulkI) Willie Owner STURDY .,
;>', bride of David A. Reber, son towe, nephew of the bride, CROSS CREEK brand" TWIll \\ *
M. Reber of Moft "famous ,
of Mrs. J. was ring bearer. '
Intosh, November 1 at the The bride's mother wore a \ WORK CLOTHES,
First Baptist Church of Alach beige brocade dress with .
brown accessories and a cor-
, ua.Rev.. Carl Franklin, pastor, sage of yellow carna t lion .. r- '
officiated at the double ring The bridegroom's mother MONDAYSPECIAL!

candlelight ceremony. Mrs. wore a tan dress, black accessories t', 2 for $3 ,
G. E. McElroy, organist, and and a corsage of i ,
Carnie Hatch presented the yellow carna tlons.
wedding music. Reception at Club Pants or Shirt'r
The bride, given In m a triage A reception was given at
by her father, wore a the bride'i :parents at the 4
6-ci. twill shirt, dress re --
of Club.
floor length gown Chantilly Alachua Woman's
lace with a chapel train. Her The bride'i table, overlaid type collar; sizes '
veil of silk illusion was held with white taffeta and net, 14Vitol7 4
by a crown of. sequins and was centered by the wed- 8V4-OX.twill pants,cuffed k \
seed pearls and she carried ding cake The punch table bottoms; sizes 29 to 42.
a bouquet of white orchids held a sliver punch bowl and i Reinforced seams for ,? ; :
) and white roses. Her only silver candelabra with yellow $395REG. ( t long wearVatdyed '
jewelry was a pearl necklace, tapers. washfast colors : ,1
a gift of the bridegroom. Cutting and i e r y i n g the Sanforized to retain fit
Miss Juanita Burnett, sls- wedding cake were Mrs. E. Graduated sizes for t ,A }
ter.ln-Iaw of the bride, was Thomas, aunt of the bride, $5.50 Chlpptndal Bon Bon $3.95 comfort fit -n- dlI
'I' maid of honor. She wore a and Mr,. Hubert Brlstowe,
i taffeta brocade street-length sister of the bride. Pouring The satisfaction of own-
dress of emerald green and punch were Mrs. Frank La Ing fine silver the
M Iridescent blue with blue accessories Londe and Miss Linda Bur ONE pleasure of giving a useful
and carried bouquet bride. gift that is In such exquisite
a nett, sister of the
of blue carnations. Miss Ruth Burnett, sister of DAY fast . very
Monday I
Bridesmaids, who wore the bride, greeted guests and speciolly'priced
dresses Identical to that of the Mrs. Thad Rourk Introduced ONLY only. Come early, and
honor attendant, were Miss guests to the line. The bride's browse. :v V VVr
Alyion Starling and Miss book was kept by Mrs. B. filVI A DI1TINCTIVI Gin -
Keyea Brlstowe, entices of Dykes, sister of the bride- Initttd .f 0" ..,...1.' ...!
i the bride. Miss Ava Higan, groom.
flower girl, was dressed Iden- Mrs. G. E. McElroy played IT'S
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attendantsand piano selections through out I
she carried a white lace the reception.For .
basket. traveling/ flee bride any time, In Country Set's milk end
chose an olive green suit I honey slip-on of hand-tmbroidtred thick-
Brother Brit Man made by her mother and i ( ond-thm wool. Skirt comes in milk/
Byron Reber Jr was best black accessories. After a honey. Sizes 313.
man for Ms brother. Ushers wedding trip to Kentucky, the 1129 University Avenu* r--l Slip-on $17.98
were H. D. Burnett Jr., broth couple will live at Magnesia te'VDUAL
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I-DEAR' ABBY: 'I am a divorcee with two teenaged chil autombile He knows cars Inside and out and he IS a good 1 K (IN KIN ytY6OT ME THAR.?' n 'so TIM! MINUT&. -:DtxJr 4140.

For the past six months I have been seeing a lot of driver, but anything can happen at M and 100 miles an C .O' VO'PRCWt 1 WwAS"IT MCANS.WASSHl- .giN MAH cACKLCyt
- a man who is also my financial advisor He has been likea hour. Abby, I love him and I don't want to lose him How r AH Aw NT5T0 PRtOVL TSA IT *V BORN IN F Jr CsMRlEK.CAULOWOW
father to my children. He Is married and has three chil- can I make him understand that if he doesn't slow up he (; REGISTERNER NEit HAIN'T? I ftOOPATCH It ( /. : 1 1AWKtNSI

dren of his own. Ours Is a platonic relationship and nothing might end up committing suicide and maybe murder y =..
more. He spends many evenings in my home, and quite ONE WHO CARES ,', f ..
often it is I and 3 A.M. before we realize It. I would notwDnFto DEAR ONE: Your "wonderful guy" Is still a little boy. 51 ** ...
cause him any trouble at home, but he has told The most Important person In his world Is himself. Nt matter 1 ....
me that he didn't have much of a marriage before he met bow good' a driver be Is, a blow-out, or another driver )
me so I shouldnt feel guilty. If I suggest that we talk wb could be In the wrong could spell disinter for your -
business only at his office, hell be hurt And besides, I friend and anyone who Is unlucky (and stupid) enough to be 'a r''r
would miss him terribly. Yet when I think of his wife and with him II you marry him before be reforms his driving 1

family my conscience bothers me. Can you advise me' habits, I hope you look good la black. 6'
r. DEAR NAMELESS: Give this "platonic relationship' an- .
ether six months and it mil be another one of those &- CONFIDENTIAL TO "A TORN DALCIITER'i The only -

lust.happened" affairs See him at his office. The kind .f way to handle" senile parents Is to love them, love them, BUSS MM*MART!
business that finds a married "advisor" lounging around love them No matter what they say or do, assure them I II T HE'S CHAS THEM
a divorcee's home at t and 3 A.M. tan lead to moral thnt they are loved and respected That Is what they need F If J( l r I I s4 I INFUNNEUREVENOttRS
SO MUCH FUN 151 AtlI '"
bankruptcy. most because their sometimes hostile and unlovable behavior
hat lost for them the ability to command love and I MY BORN xIn' 1 -' AGIN'L

DEAR ABBY: My husband sleeps In his underwear, but respect and they miss It. ;
that's not my problem. Sometimes If he can't sleep he wWII It Isn't easy to hear one'a own mother curse yon or accuse
o Into the living room and watch television and then he you of stealing her shoes, her money, or anything else ..
falls asleep on the couch. Our daughter came home late she herself has misplaced, or hidden Elderly people often
with a date one night and when she turned on the lightIn lose, misplace or "bide" things, and because they can't /MU
the living room, there was Pa asleep on the couch in his face the painful fact that they are losing their memories, t
\anderwear You can Imagine how embarrassed my daughter they blame others. I know you can't always take a hysterical
was. He reads your column, Abby, so maybe If you said mother In your arms when she Is cursing you, or even
that some people should have a little more respect for trying to strike you, but when yon reallz that she will have f fU
jther people, it might help forgotten everything In five minutes, bow can yon but disregard -
LOUISVILLE It! Try harder not to hear her accusations, and
Yl3TwAT'3 Two WATlR; taAM6R/NG/ IT'ts OACK THIN tar MS OKAy TM.vtb !N
DEAR LOUISVILLE: On the nights your daughter has a to answer them all with, "I love you, Mama Remember, I NAVI T//OUGNT/ yell MAD FIR5T Tin/NG/ We !NT LeT't TNi c"i AT NIADiHAVi OMSI OfQUAftTlftS I'I.L.GO
late, Impress on your husband the Importance of sleeping In love YOII." NOISING 00 IT RADIO FLAS TTtDUGNT OR TAKe A .ITHOM ftTIRILl GT TN/
his own bed. If he'i really bull.headed, buy him a nice pair of I lift i.T eOR THE A90UT Tin! LOOK.IN JARS IN THITRUNK. CAMtRA.PUDOI .
pajamas and try to get him to wear them. Or would h' DEAR ABBY: I'm tired of reading letters from these 01 WATER STOLIN .
rather provide his daughter with a good excuse for not comIng tramps who are "In love" with married men whose wives < SIDE. soar! 1
home at all don't understand them, and they're Just staying married for I "
the sake of the children. '

DEAR ABBY: I am engaged to a wonderful guy who has Maybe a wife knows that her husband Is no prize, but I
one bad weakness. He likes to speed. He drives like he is the love of a mother for her children takes first place over
on a race track all the time and he doesn't think a thing of everything else. U any "other woman" Is willing to wait I U
the risks he takes. His family and friends have all triedto until my children are educated and on their own, she I welcome -
tell him his reckless driving will be his undoing ont to my middle-aged old goat, or what i left of him when I!
day, but it doesn't seem to mean anything to him. I'm through with him, j
He thnks; it Is a matter of being able to 'handle' his SHREVEPORTFROA1VIS :


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Rev. Al C. Janey Janney of Miami, moderator, (left) congratulates the pas '.
tor, Rev. C. F. George (right), as clerk Rev. Jim Motley, presents minutes of advortising !
the approving; council of pastors as the University Baptist Church formally hv

organized Thursday night.University.

Baptist Church l Ra Ral

Holds Formal OrganizationBy I .

TOM KIRBY hymn singing and special musical ed by the council moderator,:; .
The 7:30: p.m. service was attended selections. Rev. Al C. Janney, pastor of I "
by over 125 people, including The visiting pastors conven- Miami's New Testament Baptist I," I .... ."

the families that com ed as a special council to approve Church. The first action was r
prise the charter group of the formation of the the adoption of a church cove

members. ,church. Rev. George, who has nant by the charter members I o
University Baptist Church Indicated that he will lead an Later, various members of the
Into missionary"church ,pastoral council read the Artlcles '1
was formally brought existence "independent I
that thecouncil's of Faith to which the new
at organizational services explained ,
s I Thursday night. participation In the church subscribes and w hie b' .
detail the church doctrinal
I. position.
Also present were the pas- organizational ceremonies wasa I .
churches gesture of accreditation on f
tors of 13 other Baptist ,
behalf of the other churches Though motions passed b 7
of these
In Florida. Many the membership. .
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ministers and their churches represented. The congregation also officially -
have been supporting the fledgling Churches as far away as Miami i ,
adopted Its name, and gavea 9 9xa
Gainesville unit through West Palm Beach, Jack- formal call to the pastor, Rev.1
gifts of financial aid, supplies, sonville, and Tampa were represented George, who came here from I

and furniture for the temporary Miami ten weeks ago to start' '
meeting place at 1828 NW Organization night also concluded the church. I

Sixth St. a special four-day seriesof The moderator was Rev. Jan'

Rev. Carl F. George, pastorof meetings. ney, who Is active in the Florida
the new church, led the ceremonies Several Items of business Baptist Bible Fellowship and
which were high wen resolved during the formal leads a church of over 2,500
lighted by congregat I nal session, which was conduct--members. I

C "_______ The immediate past pre s (I-, :
dent of the International Baptist -, :

<&ainesuille SUU Bible Fellowship, Dr. W E, v
Dowell, spoke at the conclusion,
of the service. His m e i s a g e Yr e
deal| with "Scriptural Coop .t\ r ; "t

RELIGIONThanksgiving eration Between Churches." Dr,I

Dowell who has travelled overseas i .
In behalf of Baptist missions I a J''

emphasized the responsibility ,
of (the local church In ,. .
I rl operating a missionary/ / pro- ,FZfy
gram. Dr Dowell was dean of ., a ;later
I the: faculty of Baptist Bible College q.
[ In Springfield Mo., before
accepting the pastorate of Jack
,sonville's Beaver Street Bap-
Community ServiceA I list Church last year. I
I University Baptist Church will
not be operated, under the direction IR
Community Thanksgiving Day Service will\ be sponsored of a national I or regional

Thursday by the Gainesville Ministerial Associa- organization of convention of f e z .
tion, with First Presbyterian Church at 300 SW Second :churches, but will coo p e rate 4 ,/
Ave., the host church.To with the Baptist Bible 'Fellowship -
in Its missionary work and ,
begin at 10:30 a.m., the service will be conductedby I youth camps. I
Dr. U, S. Gordon and J. Gary Waller, ministers at The schedule of services Includes '
First Presbyterian. The sermon will be given by E. I Sunday school at 9:15:

Eugene Buyle, assistant rector at Holy Trinity Episcopal aim and morning worship an Lf f ., .. 5F0
Church. hour later. Training Union ,
meets at 6 p.m. and the evening
This I Is a community worship service to which all\ service at 7. The church's

Gainesville residents are welcome. :midweek prayer meeting willbe

Wednesday nights at 7:30.I : .


I, Gethsemane Lutheran Plans .. .

To Consecrate BuildingThanksgiving 'N! .,' l"h ",j,, .

Day will be of Hinkley, Edgar Gregory, A I1 1 the future church to be erected ....:w i '.
special significance to the bert Flage, Paul Thompson and within the next ten years .. "

member of Gethesemane Lu- James Stanley. The new Allen ':' .. t' t'1

theran Church they will be organ will be played by Mrs. Power of Prayer \ ;

worshipping In their new bund Connie Forsman Caldwell, and ,'., ; :: ::; .

log at ICO NE 23rd Boulevardfor memorial gifts will be dedicated "h Door o regular Editor ...,...j. The man who used
to the service of the Ii ('I
the first time.A .
ts your I,' \< ,,\ to run a small town
church. Thanksgiving hymns column
service of Convention I would ,
will be sung and a sermon Ilk. to tollsomething i. business declared
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will be held at 10 o'clock Thursday ,
preached by the pastor.Ground.breaklnr .".. .iI'l ,
with the pastor, the Rev. of what" opwl. '';:,1\\ vtb "Advertising ruined my ,.,
N. E. Kieffer, conducting the for the new meadd hot fought
'H I'll "
ritual, assisted by members of building, which Is the first unitof 'I m.l For urnl.r.stsndanp r.IUgleui .. .I'. ...,.. '. 'f ..... ,-;,: business. "How come?

the building committee, HenryWMU the complete building program -'I nothing ..:;..'t:; a startled listener asked.t
held 11 and ,
; wu on April It K> Important .
the contractor, Arnold and "I 1 let
to stress fli Hi. obto- my competitor do
Slates Wright Inc:? began work In I lute ntcmitv for eompl.t.I unOuoitioning -
:June. The architect Is Harry G. fa th. It It difficult all of it."
Supper Tuc&day> Merrill of the Unlevnlty of to ClCh....* at fiat, but th* N.
? i lultt mm lwavt' to be In proportion .
Florida to In* amount. of to,th.
On Tuesday evening, the I The nwcemtr to religion who ..
.Woman' MilillfaryInion of Gethsemane Is a mission congregation I lave 'Oko.,. I'll try ft. and remain r "II'r. '- a ,f :
of the Lutheran hike v rm "In hit b.6.cannot .>
North Central Baptist Church I '
hoc for m. wonderfulmultt
Church In America and was organized .
Vmieh would hove bmpouibl
will have covered
a supper
Sept 24, 1911. The; .. I con report from r 1 ,
at I:30 In the church dinIng adult membership II over 100 yan of continuing evidence j
room. with U child members The' that If on* putt rurruelf' trt.tircly '("
In Gods ho.....
and reev 'l
cost of the entire building -
At this time they will hear program membert that God helps tho *
will amount to '100.000' .... .. .
she helD -' the dl," ,
Mrs. Fred
Laughon, wife of
and was supported by a fund diode can bKOm ......,....
First Baptist pastor as she Loyal Reader." Contribute to
drive within the
review the mission study congregationand th* welfare of *tr.ins by a'... :
the help of the Lutheran' hop your oueiliont, quotation, ,
"Frontiers of Advance"by
book ,
Church In America. That body or commenti ....*. \rVnt Editor
E. Luther Copeland. The assisted in establishing an escrow ,. 0. to ,1, Norwalk Car afmzuil1e Sun
men and women of the church account in the Florida National (Copyright, Efco. 2} lob.......
Dr. Norvalk. C_ MS 11Thi I
are Invited to the event Mrs Bank. It Is projected for public novice tpantorcd
H. G. Thorpe Is WMU president by '
at North Central. -
rise! Church .f God JONES-JOHNSON

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(Cash-Saving Specials, Too!)

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Plan Bazaar Half CA.

I I2ro 16 Lb. 49
Working on items for the upcoming bazaar Dec. I .,.
4 are members of the Relief Society' Women's I LB.
Auxiliary of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter
Day Saints Mrs.Tom Grady left, and Mrs. J. Hall I
Johnson. The bazaar will begin at 5 p.m. on Dec. 4 Ctnttr CurHam
at the LDS church 1220 SW Fifth Ave. : I -- Slices lb. 89c

PASTURES u HbaX, <& "
N. Central Marks i WILL BE CLOSEDTHANKSGIVING I Jon Porker Stuffing Ann Pag Poultry A&P Whole or Strolntd Cronbtrry AGP's Aluminum Wrao

Mix 8-oz. Pkg. 25c Seasoning l 1-01. can 15c Sauce 21-Lb. con 49c Wonder Foil Ron 31 c

Dedication ] DAY i Jan Porker Stuffing Kellogg Stuffing Crouton A&P 9-oi, Pkgi. A&P Sav ati AGP t

Day i Bread 1 w u,. Loaf 25c Croutetts 7.o=.pkg. 35c Mince Meat 2 for 35c Pumpkin i Lb. 13-o:. 21 c"SUPERRIGHT" e

The North Central Baptist Program of Christian Steward-:!
Church today will o b i e r v a, ship. 'ssl>
Dedication Day with the theme' Once a year the church emphasizes I \\ GRADE "A" QUICK fROZEN iszH H1t
"In Loving Obedience We total Christian stewardship PLAID
Give". The activities of the through the use ot tithing 0
day will bring to a climax i testimonies four stewardship STAMPS
four week emphasis of the newspapers, a loyalty "w $; MINI Thll teases V* Pwd.t Ofitnt e}
church on time talents, love night, telephone contacts into i P rk r S-'k.' H
and money. every home, and by the men Fruit Cokt ? $3.99Grdd
Hugh Mathews acted as general of the church acting ascanvassers. ,
chairman of the Forward I t Mt"1' '' .. '" Cw.ee O.N NevenNr Terau zee e M/uneW ,
Rev. N. B. Langford pastor'
Graham Film said that North Central congregation r

the $89000,Is already budget for over the-giving new' i iz i aiii ,

Due Showing year. I I., bbI PLAID 1
Congratulations on the stewardship I
At Calvary effort of the church STAMPS
were received from Dr. John I' .. 1 C Will THIi CWMA tnt ,...h... 0>
The Calvary Baptist Church Magulre, executive aecretAry-1 Ch... Ir S.RMt. 10.... I.,
will present the new Billy treasurer of the Baptist ., +,, .., Instant Colho $1.83 II I
Graham feature length sound- I"
Convention and Charles
color motion picture "Lucia," Peterson.In I I Hams35f33 c....... o-.z. Mt.lure.W I'
tonight at 7pm.
January of 1969 membersof J- I
"Lucia" was produced in the Stewardship Commissionof ...z:1rz.ES -.

Buenos Aires by World Wide Southern Convention .... .. ....
the Baptist r.'-- '-- -- --- ._.......,
Pictures and tells the story of headed by Dr. E. Lack., :8:8:81.S.IHS I
a woman's search for "A" Frozen D & D T' | tr Loan .
finds meaning young when and God love enters which her life.she church.stewardship ey will come program and study of t the b.1'' Baking Hens ; 39c Pork i ;; : 'I. LExtTU PLAID I!

All choirs of the church from The main emphasis of the, Dressed & Drown Young piuVlM7in'Vlo7d S"IIt PnmlumCook.d" Stem Canned Caf'n Jtn'1 'Fnzh Dr Pocked Standard STAMPS. ,
the Intermediates W With Till Cwwxi I
the Beginners through PYnNeN 01
will meet as usualat Stroup program, director according of to the Frank proI: Ducklings 4to6Lb.Avfl, 45c Hams 5 LB CAN $3.69 Oysters 12.0=. Con 99c ft.ee..w..f .,

S p.m. for rehearsal and gram, was to reach every I Super Right Pur Pork Allgood Grand Sugar Cured: Fr,ih Fr in Lo.. Hadli PRODUCE
supper. The Training Union member and secure their COol c........ ..... T -", ..,." I
hour will start at the usual operation. Sausage 21 1 lb. Bags 69c Sliced Bacon LB. 45c Green Shrimp LB. 89c ;II 1 '= -- "
time of 8:15: but will be cut In :
half in order to start the film ThanksgivingService 1..4

In the day steward .
r mmtnmu>
ship will be the emphasis In .

Calvary's morning. "Giving"Sunday school cards this will Church University at 182 W.Lutheran UnI,. Ave., LAID
WHITE CORN 4 12.01.tOrlf. 79c'
be passed out the church mem will mark Thanksgiving with a' STAMPS .
bers, according to the pastor, special service at 10 am. WIM TWi CWM .rN rV Rev. William T. Crosby. Thursday. The pastor, D. Fred
Calvary Is located at EMS I Castor said the public is welcome R.rw.l" H. Duty u.II

.E. 15th St.3Westside. to the observance. HOLIDAY SPECIAL MILD & MELLOW EIGHT O'CLOCK Aluminum CWPMI .::..Tlirwf.Foil.. e.'""',,..67c..

BaptistTo 'I COFFEE 1 Ik 6 7c 3.Ib. $1.95 > i iuibog .

Start New Unit'' bog 'i.O; PLAID ?

At noon today the newest I Jars for groups up to ISO, and I wile' Tit.. CwLJ .... Pwfe... .I
Baptist church in the Santa Fe feature a modem 'de JackOLanttmCutYams2i $ eclaf. Jan Frkr loch SpKloll Jon Perli f Gold or Morbi. !!
River Association of sign fully air conditioned.The /M Slink'
the Southern Baptist Convention pastor Rev A. Carrel, Ib.13- :. cce a 49c Cherry Pie iu>.8.o:. 39c Pound Cake 1 iLb.9.o:. Loo,49c I Sro-Flo; '4 gol !Ior47c I
Westside Baptist at Murray explained that a bulJd.lIn .
S eclal; 01 Mont Whole. Spiced SpKial' Jon Porker "eeNer *
4039 Newberry Road will << fund goal of #',000 was set : locH Special KlMn*< Olnrwr

break ground for constructionof with construction to begin Peaches 3.Lb. jar $1 ,00 Mince Pie 1 Lb. 8-ox. 53c Napkins 2 Boxes c' so 45c .._....._...u.......:.....:'...:.....:............'I
a new education building. I when $1,000 bad been raised-
This is the third unit in the and last Sunday the $3,000 was ScKlal-: Pick' Patch S.."t Mend, Sptclah Jon* Parker loch All Fl*" rf Jif V -', >.i i>

overall Its and plan an auditorium raIling for seating six un- passed.The ground breaking ceremony Pickles t Pint' 61 Jo r 29c Pumpkin Pie Ill>. B.". 49c Cake Mixes, 4 9-o.. pkfl,. 49c : PLAID 1
:SCO to be held Immediately 50fxb1t .
The new unit will bouse following today's 11 o'clock .a a ar.7 f
three departments, worship service will feature a ,
primary Teo c. ray Pwduw Of
one Junior department, an Intermediate Thanksgiving emphasis. I LARGE CRISP PASCALCELERY ALL PURPOSEAPPLES :j:" I
and an adult department The building committee responsible &$ 11
The Sunday school for planning and construction r Sta'.Puf t/ .goI. jor 15'0
capacity of the new unit win is composed of Dan I
be 200. Kelly, chairman, W. A. Dink- = =
Two of the departments will,ins, A. H. Hasty, Brcect Me- .. j jII
double as a fellowship hall to Cray and Kyle Wiltes. "

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Action UnderwayFor II 2 25 4 39 J ;:. ....'. .Uiiii l ii
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UnitedChurch : FRESHCRANBERRIES '... e w'III tw c- ,.,...... cw
Awe P.'' c.. 0"" ,
The first meeting of the future week w conduct a series of 'II Morgarlll' 1.lb, tfn.29c
Gainesville United Church smaller neighborhood meetingto I i ii
famiHarbe Interested persons =
of Christ was held on Wednesday lb.25c
In the tTs Florida Union with details about the i ....- ....-j jI
United (Church to give them a :'1
The Rev. Melvin Dollar chance to ask any questions I ._--_..._-
minuter of church extension! and to help the Gainesville _
for the Florida Conference e f f'
with for
group to proceed plans -
tfu United Church -1 BITRotbms ortanlung their church. bbI PLAID
Ralph superintendent The first reeling primarily Sunshine Kr spy Crackers 1.1b. box 3lc ftjl Your*,>" ewwtnwwhli J::T.*".NS tit ** 50
of the conference outlined for students will' be to Room Betty Crocker Coke Mlxeua.04'' Jfjt .. ** aTel.. ..
plans and procedures w blob' layer lc r b t f tIO: of the Florida Union at IIpm. *>9'tiiTA iBKl *
should lead to aa official beginning "I nest Sunday. On Monday Pillsbury or Bollords Biscuits 8-oz. 1 lOc X fc> ue ,Sa! sow.lt> acec sea ebr.eier. ., IIW.WAVI.
sometime la January I;Nov. 721. at I pm. a neighborhood AJ.Wtq HMMil ICe off beer A .. Coeea 8-os. Chi 29c
or February I(: meeting wffl be held at Instant Coffee . 1 10-oz. $1.53 lf.fjMl fflff5T f'WPWJ CleM 771 W.4 c- -=.:. : ___
Participants at the meeting[die home of Dr. and Mrs. W
Nucoa Margarine . l-lb. ctn 27c VvjMBr J rJ
represented a cross secUos of+J. Ttyk, rB SW Sixth Place. | OtttltUfffjbc i I
permanent city residents aid<.,The third meeting will be at I'p Kraft Mayonnaise . . qt. Jar 63c "aastw-s ewwt au fee" mttum IMS M* CleM....... t cure. ---.............
inivcnity students. Tb* aim of m. M Tuesday, Dec. t at the
the Conference Is to create a home of Mr. and Mrs. BradfordB.
citywide church which wffltenresO. Howe Oil W. UnlT. Ave. DgL MONTE GOLO MgdAr. 1.00".1 L'rT0t4' .OY ol.INSTANT KueHl

The tw. conference ministers 1 I[,persons These art who open km meetings art been sod Pineapple Juice Flour I Lipton Tea Tea Bags Puddings Instant Coffee

Mid !the enthusiasm and sixe of cxiUcted: by the organizing I Ooc..'! n,, Ranee. C.wn Ill elf rab.lmss.
!the group warranted immediate committee art rid to attend cam 37c S9c
s Lb. log v lb. 45c 45 69c 2 27c
steps to esublbk I cburd.Sev. one of dw Kfghtartood die- Bogs Fot 12-e:. Jar $1.45
Dollar will retura seat Mute amlae*.. I

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IOC Calneivllle Sun Sunday November 11 1944

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'-.'\, \ More We are the most prosperous people the world has eve*' seen! Even the poor among us

live in princely comfort compared to some in other lands. Oar country is famous for its

Than beauty and fruitfulness, our cities are as modern as tomorrow,and our future flows with

promise. God has indeed,been good to us.

Enough But with His bounty of wealth and power, God has given us responsibilities. Because

we have so much, we are called upon to share what we can spare. And we are required to.

grib work and .pray for the end of ignorance, poverty and suffering wherever they are found..

Jones-Johnson Funeral Home
Mr. Harold A.Johnson ) To be able to give is a blessed privilege. Let us fill our churches and join in heartfelt J. M. Fields Department Store

31 IS.Main St. A thanks to God that we have enough. and mow than enough. to share. M,.Joseph I.Williamson
1409 N.W.123rd Blvd.

McDuff Appliance Store) 1 awey..{for .
Mr. C. Boyd Greens ,
1121 N. Main St. t'- ConrM UM TMm AtartUnf San**Inn,ftmburs,V Jim Voylei Appliance Co.
James fir Anne Voyles419NW
8th Av.

Royal Crown Bottling Co. 1/
Mr. Jim Hodnltt
1201 E. University Ave. b Badcock Furniture
Associate Store
Gibbs Furniture
Town & Country Beauty M,. Kenneth M. Gibbt
Salon 102 S.w. 1st Ave
Ashley Beauty Cento
3424 W.University! Ave

Gartner's, Inc.
t Mr. Harold R. GartnerMr. -
Gainesville Nursing Center 9s Harvard
1! s Virgil W.
North of
SW,34thSt 1133. Main St.
Archer Rood

Henderson Land fir LumberCo. Fuller's Foto. Inc.
'1 :i' Y s; Mr. Earl N. Davis/ ,Jr.
Mr. Robinson" L. Henderson 619 W University Ave
2303 N.E. 27th Ave. ci

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First Federal Savings fir Combs Lumbar fir Supply Co.
Loan AI"'". Mr. A. L. Co"b.-
Mr. T. Wod. Harrison ? M,.W"' E. Combs
249 W. University Avt. sa NW 8th Av.at 4th St.

Gainesville OpticiansMiss Sunnyland Packing CompanyMr.
Ole L. Rowan .Thomas E. Hardoemosw.sthst
805 W University Avt .

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Hughes fir Chestnut Funeral
Home > t Bill's Meet Room, Inc.
Mr. Charles S. Chestnut Mr. Frank James
18 N.W. 8th Ave. Ernest Roughton 4
1001 N.W.4th St. .
Firestone Store 'HI CHURCH IOR AU... ,r, f,;
Mr. Charles I. ALL /OR Test CHURCH
"Bud" Stewart f Town Tire Co.
304 W. University Avt. The Church !r. the greatest Mr. Ernest Tubyfill
factor on earth for the build. 605 N.W. Bth Av.
ins of character and good .
citizenship It i Is a storehouse 't, .
Gainesville Production of spiritual values. Without ;, .
Credit Association a strong church, neither p Yellow Cab of Gainesville
M,. Henry M. F'.... democracy nor civilization : Wallace Brown
4310SW. 13th St. can lurvive. There are four Phone 376.6411
sound reasons why every
person should attend services s,
McCollum Drug Company regularly and support the >, "tz< ,3w,
1124 W. University Ave. Church They are: ((1)) For hi. r Marion Finance Co., Inc.
1324. University Avt own lake ((2)) For hn children s 1 M,. George L Ellis
1 's lake. ((3) For the aake x 'r. 222 W. University Ave I-
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of his community: and nation
((4)) For the lake of the church ;:+! '
Jim Sanders itself, which needs his moral
Construction Co. and material support Flan Gate City Mattress
Mr. James L. Sanders to to Church regularly j. Carpet Works
2604 N.E. 19th Drive and go read your Bible daily. M,. A. D. Chambless
.818! W. University Ave
S dLi
Bonk of Hawthorne __
Mr. John J. TaylorHawthorne Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Jerry's Drive-In Restaurant
Florida Exodus Psalms Ezekiel Luke Luke II, Corinthians Retelation Mr H. Paul MO'4JOr4
3.7-17: 43.1-14 28:1.10 6:1741 6:32.36 8:1-1b 3:14.23 2310 S.W. ))3thSt.

Raymond ..To..Illerl-
General Contractor
Security Building- Jeffcoat Neon Signs
1105 W. University Avt M,. Hubert C. Jeffcoat
1611 IS. Main St.

Carlton'i Dairy
930 N.E. 14th Ave. Crowd,,'. Nursery Howell's Business lrow,,'.Texaco Service
James JohntonHershol University City Television M,. G. H. Crowdar CollegeSecretariol M,. Robert I. Brown A&p Food Store)
Cable Co. Inc.
Coins 522 N. Main St. Orange Heights Road ,218WUniversryAvt.Geinesville 1206 W. UniversityAvtColemen Lester p.rtrefoWI /
,4 SW.2ndAv: ..
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Central Hairstyling College, '" i "
Inc. University City Bank Gainesville Coca C olo ''' Granite fir Kerosene fir Fuel
Mr.Odail Hines218S.E.lstSt. M,.J. I. Pierson Bottling Co. Marble Works Oil Mary Carter Paint Store
1116 W. University AVI.Koppen 929E.UmversfyAveGainesville .. Mr. D. Roy Loveday- Mr. N. L Coleman Robert 501 & Helen Gerard
NW. 8th
'. Mr. Gerald D. Heard 372-2342 Avt.
Livestock MarketMr. 2135 S.E. 4th St. .
One Hour Mertlniilng and Co.,Inc.Mr. Lennla H.Thompson '. "
Cleaners Chot. H. Ab.ml NW.CthSt. 'n .4 Guaranty Federal Savings
\ William E. Van Winkle, Sr. N.W, 23rd Blvd. Kirkpotrick fr Plenolt.l.c. fr Loan Association
Four Gainesville Locations House of Flowers Builders end Developers Mr. Lea J.TbemasWinnDish
M,. Ronald Wheeler 1308 So Main St.
Public SupermarketLynn Meuldin's Auto Clots 919 W. University
Merabla Studios-Portrait Chapmen Mr. Jones L. Mauldin Aver
PhotographersMrs. 1014 N. Main St. 323 NW 6th St., Stores
H. M. DeTamblt lit! ,.,., Chandlers Drive-in/ 130 NW 6th St.
602 N. Main St. i Me Daniel Furniture Co. ..., -X RestaurantMr. 1410 N. Main St.
Food Fair Stores Morgan Typewriter AgencyJG Mr. John W. McDaniel ; T. A. Nielsen'
1349 N.W. 23rd Avt William I. Morgan 1206 N. Main St. 720 N.W. 13th St.
Howard Hall AgencyInsurance N. Main at I 10th Ave 901 N. Main St. Mathews Plumbing Co.

Mr. Howard Hall e Hugh M. Mathews
605 N.E. lat St. Vidal Drug Company M..'. Drive-In Restaurant Rein fir Owens Masonry 2327 N.E. 19th Drive
W. L. CopelM. lelk-lindiey. U<. J. A. aid H. F. McCormick Contractors lex. ,
W. P. Bourgeois Mr. Thomas I. Spencer 1331 E. University Ave Mr. H. Coburn ROM.Mr .
Th.SUM Money Finance Store 102 E. University Ave. 1 1302 N, Main St. W.R. Owensl423N.W,7tKSt.. Coeelend Alachuo.Sausage Florida Company

33 N. Main StreetD'Ne.l's
Holiday Ian Restaurant
AlfWey Dry Cleaners Edwards Building Supplies, General Games Steak Housa
Washerotte Inc.Mr. Mr. John H. Hintermister, Jr. JeSnseej' ft Fsris Seed fr
I Mobile Home
CourtCharlie Harry C. Edwards Merle Mermen Cosmatks/ Gordon
Mr.William LGIesper202S.E,14thSf. Supplies
fr LJIIIa C'N..I 1900 S.bV,13th st. MarJorie C. Iwtlee
i 726 S.Main St. 224 NW. 8th Avenue
3001 SE Hawthorne Rd. S 13 W. University Avt

This Series of Messars Is Made Possible by These Businesses Whose

1 Desire II I! Is To Awaken Our Citizenry To Their Need For Divine Guidance


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Little Volkswagen Outgrew Its Old Home HereBy

DON DAVIS : wood paneling, while the rest
U of F Slndcnt JournalistThe .. of the walls consist Qf glass
steel glass and con- 1 panels to let in sunlight e
crete-block building being erect- Thirty'six employees will
ed at 4222 NW 13th St.. by Mil- have the use of an air conditioned -
ler-Brown Motors Inc., Is one a- television equipped
of the largest Volkswagen agency lunch room on the second floorof
buildings m Florid r< the building The lunch room
Coleman Brown tales manager measures 30 feet by II feeL
for the agency estimatescost Five side doors also made of i
of building constructionand fiber glass to admit the e v U
purchase of the landsile, side sunlight, open Into the 't
alone, total approximately I building's service deportment
$250,000. where II hoists or "racks" are
Directed by general contractor housed.
Raymond L. Tissinarl, the ,1 "We plan to service 71 cars
construction of the structure .. a day," Brown said
has been under way about P All pipes and holes which provide ,
four months. Brown said hur- -- outlets for grease guns"
ricanes and bad weather have and air pressure nosxles In the
plagued efforts to complete the service department paint shop ;. 1
job sooner. room along with offices for personnel !Lana will do delicate maintenance paint machines Total floor I and unit repair room, are located -
Glass and steel construction will be 300 feet long work on auto parts in the space of the paint shop is I,- In overhead positions, where
emphasize a theme of efficiency and about M feet wide, Brown sealed, air-conditioned aid 000 square feet workmen will neeed only "to
In the building. Patterned on said.Patrons sound a proofed unit repair A "bar-Joist Hat topped reach up," Brown said.
a basic plan provided! by the will be able to look room. roof covers the building, extendIng Fiber glass acoustical! tile
Volkswagen company, alterations directly into the service depart- A two-acre, concrete paved out over a drive In area coven the ceiling of the display
were made providing substitution ment of the building through parking lot for new and used at the glassed entrance to the room, office sections and
of glass panels for Its glass front. According to cars Is adjacent to the building service department service departments.
walls In some areas of the Brown, the service department and A plastered facade gives a Altogether, the new Volkswagen
building. Immediately west joined covers a
has about the same amount of decorative beauty to the ceiling headquarters
The entire building, housinga to the main structure by a of the roof's extension. three-acre plot Including the
display section for new cars, glass' frontage facing llth concrete block wall Is a "paint Inside some of the office adjacent parking area. Total
a service department parts Street as the display sectoil.'actol'J / and body" shop equipped with and display section walla are floor space Is 22,000 squire
\ department and a unit repair trained technic- the latest "preaSUJ'H' 'I Item" covered with antique birch- feet


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f Gaillcsville! iioie Buyers Guide 1







I Vi STORY WHAT A CHRISTMAS PRESENT! SOrv jhTION eHO Open 2.6 Swimming Pool Included

l I If you leek Individuality this could be the home you've been search I
Oilr tmo (1964 will b. It*moil layout of your e G Ing for. Simple, yet elegant Colorful yet subdued. Fred Mown Inc., 1
lift In *" i| baautitul now colonial dttlgn home 1. w= WITH CONFIDENCEFrom offer a vast array of features. previously available only to the
by Ridgwoy Construction Luxury batht, kitchen, I... r wealthy at 9 most agreeable price. Mere words con not describe this
wall to wall carpet double garogo air cond,Montd. a Member of The 1 luxury home See It today Its completely finished and ready for occupancy
Btiutlfulfy l.ndK.pod let.Opm ( Located: on N.W, 17th Place In Suburbia Heights.
U ll NW. 20th T", ...
Gainesville Horn Builders Ask Abet Our Tree'e Hen
Today Z-6 pm. Turn (Wtit) off MIn.
172 6624
hopper (Rood of N.W. 17th Place. Association L NPY D S t Fred Mason, Inc. 372.8340


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., Exclusive L floor plan separates living areas. Four bedrooms 2'/i ton.* wad bock, e'unpr4 4umm. {ntW* yaw H find *Sw. bu/N.ee. kltcKm,
The Concord by Young America Homes combines the warmth of luxury baths. Year 'round heating and air conditioning Redwood lorg. *"*.. ."e. huge 11 n 14 taut. /IMno rams tow ",*_. ... Ml felt*. See t
Early American design with the practicality of contemporary. FIRE fenc.d yard for privacy Built-in ranch kitchen. ttMt ham w*"r Win I JO worth *4 ThvUuaXng. toad free, fuW.nlJlIJghlund


pay only $100 closing.Young $1000 $149 =7,000 ":: $135 : .
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America Homes Inc. lift Of* N.L ll'i live AT N'. Urh ITIMT
Norwood Hope "H" Inc. ,Y Kirkpatrick & Picrson Bldrs.-Dcv.
172-7070 Off N.L lit. Street et 30th. Street I Its I/. ... Seewa f.JIOI or II .."StTV. ",.t."

Northwest on 100 x 100 Ft. Lot! ::: L-i; EARLY AMERICAN.16000

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ASK ASOUr VtCJAL SUHMlSI HATXJU TO 1C KlUOCO I'M met HQM| Mo Mmnt h ttn,' vtMt .... 10000.
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Gainesville Sun_ Sunday. November 22, 1954

Busline Gets Tourist Routes n

I The Role of Brick I News and I TALLAHASSEE (APGrey,- until a final decision la
hound bus lines was given temporary reached on the company's application
rights to serve four tour. for extension of its

st sites by the Public Utilities state certificates
And the big bad wolf said, In Gainesville hasn't stymied used brick. A lack of old brick T 1S11 Commission Thursday The commission also turned

'A'I'il huff and 111 puff and I'll the popularity of brick homes.!buildings being torn down in I Unblocks like they contained know money.a Contract quick way to to tear make downan BOBIlATTON The commission gave the bus down a motion by the bus line
blow your house down. But In fact more brick and brick the has caused quite a 1 of it
I area Atlanta slum. Just make line rights to go to the Great for dismissal charges It
the wolf didn't blow the house2tbwn I' front hornet have been built In shortage. Builders keep an eagle Brick manufacturers were sure It's made of brick! Masterpiece, the Singing Tower,I violating state law by not pro-
Jor It was made of the area thla past year than, quick at the kiln to develop simulated Lake and viding restrooms at its Miami
peeled for doomed Mountain Sanctuary
I eye .
,rick. ever used brick that could I Beach terminal.
The lack of big bad wolves Most popular brick face Is the brick buildings and bid on the I fool an expert. I'd estimate Gainesville's apartment short the Passion Play Amphitheater

there are about 20 other styles age continues! Sun Advertising CLAMIPIID" DISPLAY
and colors of brick being used Rep. Jim Weeks haa been look. Board of Realtors president, reports 1

Show the Things You Have around town. Ing two for bedroom a reasonably apartment priced I for the award board's for Realtor 1st place Week national AUTHENTIC COLONIAL

If the trend toward brick and
the first timea
I. over a month! presentation was ...
brick front homes continues I Florida Board of Realtors has j.4. )
= taken a 1st place award nationally .

To Be Thankful About! I I Check Chase E. M. baton, Gainesville. .' In this category.CAMELLIAS.

Whenever we think of I out the crystal clear wineglasses BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) 1
Thanksgiving our minds Immediately I and goblets that add ,A sudden gust of wind sent a
( turn to thank-you pray. DOROTHY a special merry glisten of their bank customer at a drive-In
and tables. We do have own to the colorful scene. window by McKinley Construction
Ers and
would be In
much to be thankful for Be- Invite some people In who helpers Our Specialty! OPEN TODAY 2-6 P.M.
ides all the bounteous provl- DRAPERSome would be alone otherwise, and I hot pursuit for a $2,000 check varieties and sizes In bloom now! QUALITY CONSTRUCTION ..,ctllti 1 bads.. floor
blown out of the customer's ,!.? e.rp.t.d arise worn with .r pl.ct f.mn, worn
lions we are able to buy, there let them share all this beauty hand. ALL TYi: ES OF NURSERY STOCK liiivn b.thi drool bitches It.tut.l fwHitvr finish
ft the exciting new china, glass and those calories with you. AT REASONAILE PRICES! c.bl.at4 control sir nuditimini end hilt two Mr
silver that to make But don't Just set things on i
red seems of the new earthenware The valuable C e
)Jhe; turkey and cranberry 1 patterns, like the "Red Roos your everyday table, make It pushed by 4O-mlle-an.hour piece of paper winds-I Latchstring 3300 N.W. 28th Avenue
sauce taste even better.Let's ter", "Woodland Gold" (au- an occasion for real thanksgiving Nursery n $26,500 Terms Arranged
was its
outdistancing<< pursuers MtlroM, Flo., (Highway 26) 47'
choose tablecloth tumn leaves) "Strawberry" or 376.2258
; a or when E. E. Shaddlx) Visitor Always Welcome! Telephone
fable mats In one of the lovely "Provincial Blue" (which policeman, pounced on it. al i
new colors. Tiger, Lily, for shows an early American Mrs. C. D. B. asks CLA5I.LO.IsPLAY' ---- -- -- -- -
Instance, would look bright and house and a plowman with his "'I need a suggestion for a,
and fine back team) the traditional Staf
autumnal a or color
to paint our front door.I
ground for a horn of plenty fordshire patterns (especiallythose
We art buying a dark red

and centerpiece ripe purple with luscious grapes green rippling -anybody In brown thankful) would to be make invited -brick the utility house.room The are carport painted and a Have Thanksgiving On Us.

over yellow lemons and to share such a beautiful flat light blue is Is the front .
l brimming over onto the Tiger and bountiful spectacle. door just inside the angle of
Lily tablecloth. And this is the time to bring
u the ell. I have thought of painting
the front door and wroughtIron

shiny supports black and on put the a carport big ,, WIN $50. WORTH ,OF FOOD FROM PUBLIX

brass knocker on the door. Any
Fresh Ideas you may offer to
brighten up the house will be TODAY AT, HIGHLAND COURT MANOR

Dear Mrs C. D. B. (
Paint all the blue part snow- Have Thanksgiving (and more) on us! Register this afternoon for $50

white. Then with shiny black worth of groceries to be given away by Kirkpatrick and Pierson and Publix
door and shutters, ,and with
your shiny brass knocker you Market, Nothing to buy-Just visit our beautiful new model home between

should have a stunning looking 1:30 and dark to register. Drawing will be held at approximately 5:30 p.m.

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...----- Pam asks
I change"I am my IS room and would color like from to I BE In Your New Home by Christmas!

pink to mainly lavender. I havea

r lavender bedspread I can.
sab" awe ? ,V" use. The floor Is white linoleum Highland Court Manor The
with some black and gold I

r rs,saew. ,. In the design. I have a bulletin I Convenient Northeast's Address Buy Now Move in
I mM I board that I could cover with Prestige

r t f1aAaa 1.Llma 1.Y 1. material.what color Could curtains you ,tell throw me Highland Court Manor's location was chosen for Its convene Before Jan. 1-Assure 1965

rugs, toss pillows, walls accents I.nce-only minutes frbm schools, churches, shopping areas-
5M and covering for bulletin yet removed from heavy traffic and noise. All city services,
board" too. Don't be misled Highland Court Manor is truly the prestige ExemptionThe
r.r1.UIIER Dear Pam community in the Northeast with quality homes by Kirkpatrick
and Plerion.
5f3- I Paint the walls snow-white.

ivE y't Have curtains with lavender, 4 AZ ru
HA'sG' y' purple and green pattern In
snow-white background. Pillows J -
green and purple. Rugs
M+wN 1 1LOwgR
green. Accents snow-
white. Bulletin board dark
LEYEI 1 green felt or burlap.


Mrs. D. F. asks
... w .s..w gra+tr. "Our family room has walls

Sir of peachy pink (new). Furnl- kO
.. turf: la rattan, 2 piece sofa. ,' urn
,511e'NM Two chairs. Two tables. Reclining &_
chair In avocado green
leather. Match stick draw dra- I
c / 1MaNw perlei in white. What color J Qr
should I paint the furniture
.1NAN V. I would like an Oriental ef "
fect" Y.K Y

B1-LIVIL RAISED MICH tt Inmthaltly tmprtiibt. Mt fatr Dear Mrs. D. F.
taunt tut dual od .Io .lt. IKut It a diamond fluid boa laysiadow Paint furniture either
it At Living room, uilih window oil, end tc.m.i< ..(ling your si. I .S i t)
shiny black brilliant
or a
.n4p/amifof daub I to ,*. biscAe.. Jttar 'Io/rlll./o, i ir atrni
M yard sad bluer level ",ratios room TA. lows level [return green and cover the cushions
I iS-foot-loi ntrtalim nomf |A, flnplatt wall wish .,0..... in a vivid wild colored Oriental -
I. At fatal point A.". CAli"",,', aelivilin IM .. ktpl npartti, Inspired print.
is itiiir awn pfoyroom. A /fish Mrtom It ptrftel tvimiikl
to po f axi iht launirf room rouitJi ml Ail n*ll-pis wwi beau.
t(M JV/IMlXi *ntaMiit 1,309.quare /''! on lA< upptf/...!and Ancient Egyptians put dolls
IM M she louxr. wee deigned< 6y H....... Vfrt, *0-0 161 S(., in tombs to perform menial
Jamaica. N.r, 11431.
tasks for the deceased In the
other world.EVERY .
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Deeds WNY AY MpR Monterey 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths Beautiful Colonial Styling

W-'Y N.ooa.D..1 W,5 First Showing Today Register for Free Food

ton Prances. 1 .Mcl-.!... C.v D.Can.vs r a maU and was lo.
> U .. Hltl. paw .n..... IM.. M Jima M. KmiM ,
."" Li4 41 01 HI..nllM' Cool
*"eu 51415.Hu.H .... .. 0...,M._tM Mow DAY OPEN HOUSE -1:30 'til DARKDon't
am** OM win' > LM N M Hl Curl

fan,111.-luttit IM, .. lew.. A. M....
tw) .".. Ld It N N'IKIM Coat MMat -

tiro nes<*A wa/sr W wins .. J_ WE SELL PAINT. miss the first showing of this extraordinarily practicol-
DoMrM Id | M rtlrlMIlM' Mlfl
.......... ond
.. M. Dw.. Inc. ta H f. MclWa **t NOT HIGH OVERHEAD beautiful-home today. The Monterey's floor plan is adopted
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wine s1.4 DMwril 5 Ill from one of the most popular we Old brick shutters DIRECTIONSThe
ever designed.
Tommy* tni RMWII IK' Ul""I*;"f I IMW N JMM, K'MMr IM Miry C.rt.. P.iN *r. mttt h T.,,. sod ..I,.... ,
,.... and columns make for colonial See it
*" ,dlrMtly M folmtirtlta" kr lee ewe tnxU IllmmMe beauty. today.
Orwi MNl .... M M ,
I. L. Print MKMMMfT MiMUlM* sad ep.s15.
wv...<.M wn. LM II M 'trait LM.! PAY ONLY FOR PAINT PLUS YOU GIT 14 Models I all Monterey 'is located at the corner
e> tumHufli YOU equipped with Tappan
.**...... |M. to a..*< A e* ef N.E. 31st Arenue and 12th Street
It* tnt OIM LM 05.5 Chi CllltttMvW 1 EVERY 2nd GALLON nil .
511. 5 built-in oven and range fan hood filter To set there, lust drive north on Main
U L. aol wIn to W. M. M.mIM > Carter Paint ,
WHMT W,,HMMIMV ill law NIHMUM 'j Try Mary $13 400 $18 200 turn right at N.E. 23rd Blvd., and .
to con.tinut
HU1. Soon YSM 11 lePL Payments start at
ftUrM CMm tn* H H W W H to 12th. Turn
.... With Ife C.Itl. .. and follow
aM win lit ISIS ClU-*ll< (! .OIl
wuWM llnnil ..... ). JUM .. Mesa $79.34 Nothing down to qualified directional
r .M ...* Ul M if poow..d Mmr."wHMr .-I .f Ability end Eesy signs. s.. you then!

;: ..... W4 ..;. A ...N. A. :: "Uc"MI" veterans.
LMV_ Jr. .* win, Ul <. C*
11.501 "'110.- t@ IlIttn.. Well Lte w
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Carol I.ani M wes and Lot 05.5 A ww.SaeToo. Ten.n.S.s Drlet Pest. Leevet ,...
51511. I II Paint 04.,. E..*
I ... CI...-U, with SMWeUr. Cr j Court Manor
Yet ,is ,"1 ly Highland
The punt ppexttton o/ Lincoln
supposedly paces the up- .... N .' '
stairs balls of the White 6.98 GlU.. IfcM tho swim club community
Bnust. I

Sun Want Ads I! f by KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON, Builders

Get Results CAIN SOl .N.W.CAm sik A w...SASS YOU CIMTIAk MWM nC.CHAI6I"" Sales Office NE 23rd Bird and 11th Terrace Phone 3723471D

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...._ ,,1JIf't. .". ....>d.. Sunday, Na..", ". 22, 1964 Galll..yill'JuII 1 '

ow 1rCt4Js ,i I Be Careful When Using FireplaceBy 1 India Raiders I ,.

CALCUTTA (AP) -Assam's Chief Minister NP. Challha
VIVIAN BROWNAP Grease can accumulate In but a fireplace must be used ed In front of a fireplace when toM the sUie's legislative assembly -
i Newsteatares Writer I the chimney over a long periodof with caution.A I a fire Is burning, unless the famIly government li moving against! "queen" Guidellu has
Fireplace cookery Is a new time, If one has been in the lazy housekeeper will I Is sitting where It can observe -followers of a "queen goddess" sent a 200-man private army on I
urban and suburban entertain- habit of this type of cookery. neglect the fireplace, so that: hot coals dancing out ofthe who are raiding villages In the pillaging expeditions Into hill
'Then some night with chips, bark and wood residue Oames.
? ment, especially for breakfastlarties. Just a North Caehar Hills district settlements.
But what dangerous small Ore, a missive blast can builds up, creating a fire has- Major fire dangers In the ---- -- .-- --- .---------- =='
fun. I occur. Many family baa man- ard. Apartment dwellers should home include some that often I
dry and country dwellers, reluctant -'aged to smother a sputtering remove some ashes and residue get the least consideration andre WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE
r sparking flame before It led to from time to time. Most fireplaces -
to part with their out- destruction. In homes have beyond suspicion. Such Insignificant -I Don't chance a heater thot won't work!
door living and barbecue way opening marks of housewlf- preuosonspecial!
Call today tor our
Another terrible lurks at the bottom for disposal
of life, have latched on to the danger ery Ineptitude-rubbish In the! I
next best thing, the fireplace when people get In the habit of of ashes. attic:, ceilar or closets: paint
barbecue. From apartment terraces throwing stuff Into the fire Logs and dry twigs used fore and oily cloths stuffed In a little -
place. Young have th kindling should be kept to a HEATERSCLEANED
roofs and backyards, portable apace; newspapers piled In
grilles or hastily rigged bad habit of discarding papers minimum when starting a fire, unventilated places; emptyIng -
grids have been moved Into boxes and other stuff I Ia In. and a fire screen should be us- ashtrays (thought to be
I the fireplace. fireplace In hopes of a quick dead) In wastepaper baskets -

: Cooking In a fireplace should fire when-when the time they want comes one.to Igniteit Then: Communion may_ all result in a__lost home
be to the bare minimum,
I kept I
they lazily do H, without removing : World's FastestSHADE
such as when electricity goes
the Fast Period
excess I
winter there is other paper. ONLY
or no Call now before the first
That habit and using the fireplace -
fuel for cooking. The danger to of cold snap to avoid fighting
dispose ,
lies In the grease that accumulates as old dry Christmas greenerysuch trees Is ShortenedVATICAN SIIIRIAN PUMILA "WONDII a balky heater when the
In the fireplace. Corn excelsior TMI" Fntitproof; UNCONDITIONALLY temperature tumbles and $ 2 5
I popping and marshmallow toasting or from packing box: CITY (AP) Pope GUARANTIID. servicemen are swampedwith 5
es Is especially bad. Everyyear The" new ihgd tree far Patents
reduced the
Paul VI
harmless tun. But Saturday calls.
are evena at the season' to replace tanty ltoi i> mi. emergency
Bright Outdoor first experiment with fatty there are hundreds holiday of fires length of fast for Roman Catho Almost ...'11....... This ll not CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE
foods bacon, pork chops and lics before communion. He announced the Chi..... Elm but tht
caused by using the .
sausage can result in a burn- fireplace the change during ceremonies WONOU Till. wish mart at.llrablt HEATER CLEANED PlM IS SlM' Tie
as a furnace. choract rl lkt than any
Card ed-to-the-ground home.A One woman disposing of a closing the 19(4 session'' tree con booit Shod for YOU,
Greeting group of young people who of the Vatican Ecumenical' not your grondchlldrtn. May be lir Srck G4
paper plate full of flour, highly *
cooked party food over a fireplace combustible, had her hair sing Council. I planted 5-R., $5.00 any t..M'ICI'pwtpold. larfltrlint USED HEATERS 20 Od:
Here's a highly original Idea 'that will bring Joy to all who I observing all the precautions ed and eyebrows disappear, The Pope said that henceforth on display Open Sundoyi.
An Illuminated "outdoor greeting 'see itSend left the house unoccupiedwith when she threw It Into the fire. Catholics need fast from food Rttum... onytim far rtploct- SPECIAL PRICES NOW OM NEW HEATERS
.n' or refund Hundred of
1 75 cents In coin checkor a small fire burning to go The and drink hour before t
card" that will be admiredby flareup was so quick, she only one other" nursery irock. Wflti for
; money order for Pattern No. out Result: One lost house suffered from shock, also. receiving communion.For I FREE pictures and Inll..11.' Central Heating Oil Furnaces . $7.50
all who pass. No special 560 Three Wisemen Greeting to Many times the fireplace I Chimneys should be cleaned centuries the fast began Illtrolurt
skill Is required to "build It"I the Gainesville Sun, P. 0. Box Isn't even suspect A family regularly about every two a:; midnight starting the day CARY'S NURSERIES CALL FR 29561C
since the full size pattern provides 215, Briarclift Manor, N. Y. cooks over the hearth, leaving years for one that gets moder- when communion would be take ft mlh I..4 V.i 41 M
complete tracing and 10510. Send 50 cents additional dying embers In the fireplaces ate use. Even the perfectly en. The fast Included water..' .St._Nwy... 44 B. BOHANNON. JR.Shadowlawn .
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painting guides. A string of'for new catalog illustrating 300 they go away for the week- built chimney with all fire- Pope Plux XII changed that-In -- -
outdoor Christmas lights provides 'I other build It yourself pattern end. The fire may be listed proof masonry required by com 1957 to three hours for food ant -CLUJI"'O or..ur ,
the soft illumination that projects and home improvement as of "unknown origin," everyone munity building code la no guarantee alcoholic drink, one hour for
lights up the "Greetings" and books. sure the fire was out when against fire If abused It nonalcoholic drink and no time I
silhouettes the Wisemen againstthe they left. lessens the chances to be lure I limit on water. Estates JMT e ft* ..I./ .*.. *l.e .. i
sky. No special wiring or 23: to Join U.I..rslty .........
electrical experience Is needed 7
The Three Wisemen approachIng AF Society \
the Holy City are portrayedwith Twenty-three students have
a dignity that Imparts true been tapped for membership In r. a

Christmas Spirit. Dayan d the University of Florida's Air .
Night, your holiday message I Force Reserve Officers' Train- -
greets passersby. Directions are, Ing Corps chapter of the Arnold
clearly illustrated, easy to fol Air Society.As THE
low. Full size patterns Insure members of the Univer-
cutting out Wisemen and tracing sity's advance Air I Force TOM DOBSON AGENCY
the lettering with professional ROTC, candidates also insist
results assured. Painting outlines -, have a minimum 21 overall ?> Is Pleased To Announce
are also full size. Com grade average and a J.O average MRS. MARGARET G. CORAM
material list recommends In Air Science Truly" GalnMvllli'i matt tuclllng' MO harM both
plete Military
la New Associated With The OPEN HOUSE TODAY
In dnlgn end feature Cedar iloutt O Sunk. '
Inexpensive panelbosrd avail Names of those selected for Agency as Saleslady
able at lumber yards everywhere membership in the honorary tn tub Flrtptocct : Intercom epitome SEnpoMd > 2-6 p.m.
The Star and "Greetings" group Include Daniel H. Crom- ...Yew M.., Reel \ tarn ctlllngi Estee lorg todrocm*
are lighted from behind er Jr., Charles M. Heltsley Jr., H.-c.1I 1.M7I H.. by a simple yet unique method. Alan E. Wright, ROil Id E. k..r ,
You'll be amazed to see how Smith, and Richard p, Solloway / 2908 N.W.13th St. Dbeetle..t Wnt M NW. Nth Af* FR 20866CtAIIIFIID
easy It Is to turn out a display ,-all__of_Gainesville._ pwt On tVUfi (MwiMtlM. Sic He* M kit.
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Largo 75'.1 IS' .i ,) _

All Improved Ciry (Conveniences Lots with Hugh Edwards, I Inc., Homes in Village Green receive award! ."/. .''

General ElectricBuiltin Oven and IVE BETTS'


Radiant Heat In C RLCP"
Every Room-Indlviduel /-
Thermostats! C.
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Carports! t
Ga rages er
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Lifetime Terrasso V C4lSON 4A A
Floors r ,T l t"'
Beautiful Formica: r # City of Gainesville
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Finish Cabinets and k ,n

Real ,Ie.... Walls _ _ ,_- Department of UtilitiesNot
( Drywall l !

Panoramic Sliding r Authorized Power Distributor

Glass Doors!

Fully .InsulatedCeilings! MODEL PICTURED, I Including r Large


TV Outlets end! Telephone GRAND OPENING CONTINUED TODAY 10-DARK $11250 Improved tot! CIty i

Seperato Doling

Plenty .f f'; "


TKa Walks Kid.: 5
Many, Many Mora 65 100 DOWN 395Comer _

Another PAYMENT FROM + ,-err. + \

Community PT, LAUDIIDALI-1 b.dree.e. 1 LNBy

If "y' ,
-,., DIRECTIONS Drive North oe Main. Street ti r y .
HUGH --- or I ltd Street fo Uih A...... Tuns right 1 AM Will Hold The Lot j' i a '
'd e (ClasH and continue .. 16th Ayt. .. N.I. $ Ch'I I
15th Sf..... Lett .. H.E.1Stla Street t* lU Of Your
For Information 376.7 971 '
H.L 15* Street frZltfc Avenue YOUNG & OLD!
TAASPA 1 kdre.ee.ISh lists

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Lon'_ : .. ell : bllocil g!. MI will (nlfcolorM
K -ON THE POS. 0110 515 hound r. I mn.l bans In IUMtin .
Sam 5 IIyN 0.Nb =. IOPSe ..... ,.
j'i p t CARD Or THANKS Frobbly Kit M *k'
WANTEDHAVE .IM II.I I 1ty.. Oilmtviil' Irnwnf C....
lo II k lorIN MV DOG. Hi It cockr lor. Clll F* 4B44.FOROOT I
51 win 'Ian our 'r'f n,1I lost a I

;: ': ::;...:.. .. ; : ui au'lr.* our "' ''..r'i Ilium t im it Sod .ht .to t I will I I rolls... Iliw. City ,*.... Nl.. 'INN
1 and tine wr MrMvxtwntXr W rmrt Airiy MkUw in Av Tumuy mgM Rn*r Oil
Pulo OAf ., IMI4THIS' FR t-OM
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By ANDY LANG the bristles out of shape Even I of the bottom sash then do the'I

AP Newifeature I with a regular sash brush, ex- mullions (the strips separating
the window frames tra must be exercised to
Fainting care the panes) and wind up with the
it usually the most tedloui part kelp from smearing the panes left and right verticals. Note ANY OF THESE
of in Interior painting job. After There are both fabric and liquid
you've been sweeping a brush: masking materials designed to that, at this point, you don't

or roller across wide expanses you with this part of the paint the bottom horizontal

of ceilings and walls, covering help job.Many All this time the upper sash THINGS TO SELL?
tot of It's painters prefer use
a footage quickly a has been In a lowered position.
little frustrating to have to stop of a metal shield, which is Paint as much of the mullionsas

and carefully paint the comparatively placed against the edge of. the you can reach then paint I '
small surfaces of the wood and catches paint that the. bottom horizontaL Now low- They'll Bring You Extra Cash .

frames. The task is especially otherwise would land on the er the bottom sasn to where It' IF

annoying with double-hung win- glass If you use such a shield, was before you started, doing 1 II

4 ws, still the most commonlyu keep a cloth handy, as It U necessary -by taking hold of the unpalnted \1"' '
type In the country because to wipe the metal frequently -! Bottom horizontal Raise the topI I Rugs I IS ON
It Is necessary to raise I sash, this time taking hold of the SPOTLIGHT
and lower the top and bottom Now let's get down to the manner -I unpalnted horizontal FIn! b Guns ''a"

cashes without disturbing any in which the frames should painting the sash lhen tt.GATEHOUSE RESTAURANT
top com
of the paint that has already be painted (You can get Andy ,'. 1MJ W. Um. A...
plete the' job by painting the Tools 'e' e.... dlicoruoii foodl and ...uh. L... In .
been applied. Lang detailed booklet, "Paint bottom horizontal / envoi on*! ....... atmoichoro? No ...*) M look
,One way to make the chore(Your House Inside and Out," by \ .,' .ay.... th. GaUhout i Schooner Room, .,... Item
*C little easier Is to use a narrow sending/ 25 tents and a )long, Sound complicated'? It really! Boats 11 :30 H I .M. ToNe stool ol th* kor or lottl
sash brush. If you don't stamped, self-addressed envelope Isn't. You can see this for yourself : Into *.> :,,'i choir, or loothw tooth nod ioldfrom

heve one, and It Is Inconvenient to Know-How, P. 0 Box by going through the notions .,,' 1'1 <', TentsM, shrimp.a and..,1."crop of .hot.1..and.. Foiling cold landwichm mere formal, ....

to purchase one at the 9H Jamaica, N. Y., 11432.) as we hive explained /1"- .in..., ./er..ch..r Th. CaUkoui..l dining room
moment use any clean narrow Raise the bottom sash and lower hem, without doing any actual "', Books.. .,... ..... S 0. 9 '.11'. ... .ff.ro ",..I, ....i'...
paint brush and you'll not onlyliave the top sash, allowing about Minting. Once you have painted nn[ to olooM any totto whit :>*riii| th. ttudantackorkook

a tough time keeping the three inches at both ends. Begin -I windows in this fashion, *' /1 I 0 tioni ... Sunday. Th*lout roitouraiit on. our oth ow.r day clotai will both prororacloin lot-.

paint off the panes you'll get painting the top horizontal you'll be able to_ do all the Plants *; : ( bot
T others automatically. And you *

won't get paint all over your Pianos ..> Wotth for N..t W...'. SPOTLIGHT

I : Ju ldingPrt -1 lands, ai you might if you did I '

the job haphazardly. _. Stoves ;. .

IUILOIN MUMITI Dt/dity' awldin' 1101 IW 17 M Cad Electrical OpliLiNs' .l at Soot loA COCkTAILS
I LAN1045 Oandwfh0IOld.F500llw'Sd .....
City' $5,011ualos tt.000.Dudlty ; Ie. C. UNIVERSITY INN
awldin, 37JI lw 17 PI Coifitruo nest every night, for your *.. Ii W ROOTBEER STAND Ch4rcol I HMM Room, .
4 W .rid Roby MUlt-ll-M NW 4.h / .roD
..? Mutnwt y tour will .,'.", si,,- I OupiM, 50,000. Nyn of lram 10,05.....5.. I. /I.M.'roo ,, :O ''o 1115'. IOIt.M.; i iLARRY'S ...*,cI, COCMUII Hour I I* 7. 1
Needs nurttry : A.M. : .
1 Alvin, C. lutitr J,., Ml Nvy 4m IIWHtr ., Woodrow ( ,rr"-af >*r lk Solos. Skates." 7100 W.'dO' I. 1'4IW! drinks lor Ir* prlc tt I Done
.dllloll N Suain..a, 112,'" Ctnilrwt Wf til I A M to lobby amtM'*
I Combo 0 Rlchad[ Parka. ..._
e. Chmdltr. Ill NW Uth Ay*.. Tmy Oulllly Sulld.ro Inc iKlldl1HII PUNt ANDAnwoamanI
".Dir Dwlllnllft ConilrtKt Dwllln. 17,m. Rs.idoneiol CommtrciolInduitrlol Trunks': Conlor Ira 1f01 1W ION $5. PS 42411.
>*lt* C.r,., Sit W. Unl..lIv.... Marti CrmNrA. 15H IW II It.ld I e :, ; amt M Ions ond Olrl 115 W" Unlv..IIv Avonu HAPPY HOUR 11. 70$'
NlMlr SWIM, M OM. dl |2M : 0,00,104 p. 040050PIE OPEN W HOURS A DAY I Cockl.l. tor !tI. Nip M I
[(otn iiiwwiH,$002,25' Nl I7ik Tr, Carl, C. WNws. PO' .. 171II.II.. .. Ad.'I CALL ; Wnl! Unlwtlty ADMISSIONloll Av*. OLD.rAIHIONEt PIll FRY 'J.:* ll** .
lion 53,700.A. rtoctton.Din
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'lIM Owtlllnf (7
M\Jfh U.'d" 2911 NI 17111 ,.... w. Pittdnr, tKlIwi 7it.il, Coin' C.. P. Dressler 5Bicycles' WANT Orlwy, M F. M. f7 cmtl and Dnc to llv. nisi.l
SACS OW.II,",. 17.100t4U1h llruct Owolllna' ll JOO M and liturdly
A. M. Rgwnion IN II tn
7) 0Cat
'ull' OW.II.I''d"... 17.1000 29r1 NI u0 Tor. ....... OwMllna. II].MO. Electrical Contractor you cm .'fo" Our lr c. Imtt :Sol NW SIN it NW Hill ORLEANS It 17411ADVIRTISI
., 11II..._ OH/ C*. W* HW HI Av*. ft .0r.N all/ mkr.modli. 11 -1510
:rdw:=:57,500. willrucl l*..k. ."01\0 III.. Phone FR tf-4191 .' VILLI MlnlMr' I IN THl
"Hugh Sdw.rl5 ItJl NI II ,*.. lull O. L. ,_.. 171'_ .1 V $ Addl.1 tlON.MT.4tfc If. 4 TV "* 11-.*y, to.; W. Unly' Ay*. DINT' 4 DANCS
57000.HoiMidw0M. .SIM .2.00. Sets H" | Olin NlgAtlyITALY / SCHOONERROOM DIH8CTOP.YDININGMUSIC'
'; ", tr. NI 17 Tr. lull .
Dw.III.i 17.HC. DINING *
Cough lowirtfi, MM NI 17 T.'.
Sold" _III.... 17 MO. Clothing LORD BYRON'SDUTCH
SALE Din .ky MIN '
"rtMOwlllnf.17100MutH .dw......, Ittt NI IWl Tr. SPECIAL Cameras __Mtoiigiii.. .< lltlyl Mllgntlul 101 W. U..,.. A... GENERAL GAINti I
ulU Dwlllr /PHI.Mugll s STEAK ROOM
e w.r .. Ml* NI 17 ,*.., lull* III \......... Plus I IANDWICHII IOAIT KIF '."url... U I. Frlm and Cnolc'
D...llnf, V.M*. circulating oilQUAKER tc MX *"lr OWKIMI ItlllM Poo*. CORNID IIM. TUHKIY tfkt *.*....*. to your INN
Muh tawi'Ht, M04 Nl 17 Tr. Iull4Pwlltlj J Antiques UN. ,Httwn ",. HI P..M.m. PASTRAMI on *ur mx hoo"" Hn,d." Iwv
1710 [ <* e. C,_ Mon"yi. Sdlllll/ Low,""" M I** IMP 5 w in* it FR ""M.
Wllll McC...., tOOI Nl it ,*.., AMI- z Aii ... SHELLEY'S
A-fix leIlS'li:' II llit,000Ml $000.Church. 111 IW I'| 55,000 BTU I Furniture :H| .* 0"._AL,AN'IMR. ty''.. ... U em.. II,*..*w.NW Unl lit, .AYO Av*. ** LOUNGES COCKTAIL **
:OT48H Or d.llv5ry'
Col JoKn 5. Nl, 111 NW M It.. aiwail .1 SANDWICH SHOPADVERTISE
1 Omilinf, II,Joo.Allc with 55 C.rM'eo "... HOMI" COOKING' FLAVOR "TW 'CYIRfSPoo.t.
.*Knn, 1001 NW 40thI..*.. I 10-year guoron- Livestock Chic.... ... P/Od. $0.005Camelot. ::
Rp air" BwMIIno, lino.I tee on the fire pot and IN THE d'-rtI' Fyn IS 5.011 b.... Ahnotpntr lolt MulllMUtllully
ft. CrMIr, 5r. 110) NW ISIS /I...,I htrvlnf" liwn 7 AM to, PM' OlrXrtntOrlM
Rxlr Dwilllnt., 5405e. vapor rings TOWN HOUSI KISTAURANT A< Von IK* riwmMi
: '.'.r_, WI IiIIY 3rd PI., InWb I DiamondsFish SERVICE DIRECTORY 1204 IW 1)tn II NW 1)111 II FR .! 00,
.Ill ni"eI .'.."n. and air' ....

Dwellint. -. '
Slot Ie dwa/110./ U.300ll '
T. JMn/M and L W, til IW Used Cars CALL I7M411.
I lt< RMlr" llHlmw, II.001.M ,
I M. Chary *M Nl till ....< *. .
fklt I *001, 111*. .
MUrnnl S. Ttumtwn, Mil NWAM I Auto Tires
lumuil Dmmni U,IM4.Muin .
..,.i.., ill* II it It, Cn-
owl OiMllln', a 000,
Inn PMnlnglMi::: ; IJM I. 72Me4el
Al*., C..._ .......*. 1300.I. UnrMrilly Aquariums ,
L. $ono..., m IW It, CoralructPtuMillM A. i
$,... THI40IO St
William TIWKM fmra Horn*. 411Nl :' 'Row Boats :.'! p
I It, 110,. Owllln> IMO.rAHrwillit Thermostat Controlled!! Blower $15 k .
Trinity Crnircn, :15M NW UKA ; i 10
... .AUdilltn to Church, ill,... & ,
.lnn '\*,.0 Ctnllnrtt$ four Unit At. OwMIInf Special 10% DOWN \

IUILOIN MIMITIC Oil Drum t\ Typewriters :;;}
( *" '''' This Week's
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5S>.. Ctntlrutt I Wllllml.IHr*.ml. W orM.0N II Miwiritm, MOM .and,S5-gal.Stand steer 12 Months To Poy ,5 "i. A" Motorcycles
drum Mony other sizes end W I
Used TrucksRefrigerators
.j l t
Sturdy steel styles of famous brand wmU'Jl1 illffi

I ight Monster stand All necessarytubing heaters to choose from. \

I :MOSCOW (AP) A ie -.golngnioniter and W. S.II & JeuUll Baby Buggies' .' .'. .
with a long tall has fittings '
been spotted In remote Siberia Complete CENTRALHEATING Electric Motors' .; Special

I the Soviet government news InstallatKjri \

agency Tessa slid Saturday' Geologists Store Equipment ..

had seen the "huge ani $22 IncludiM FREI; ESTIMATES All DIM Work I Farm Machinery :
mal" twice at Lake Haiyr near ..
Laptevykh see in I region Infant's Clothing

called YaXutla, the agency said. C. B. Bohannon I Sewing Machines .

:'The animal had a small head, Jr.. If TOYS ,

a long, gleaming neck, Jet-black Office Equipment
S b Phone n 2
skin and a vertical fin on its .I. 7 h St ltd Ave

t hUL k. Tns__ said, f Movie EquipmentOutboard "
no n ----
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?_ CL""a 51001.151t' I Motors

t Years Ahead Fours Today Sports Equipment 1PJ

1 Nursery Furniture 4f

1I I 1 Vacuum Cleaners
Futura HomesButler

\: Fishing Equipment *

Building Materials

I J t Washing Machines 0

A Heating Equipment

Musical Instruments 4LINES

W .. .. .. ..
$0gp 1 Camping Equipment
I +F 1t 1 r.

Plumbing Equipment 10

Children's Playthings DAYS : This spetiel |ood en K

Brothers BuildersPerfect Electrical AppliancesDogs 2.00

Cats Parakeets b. e item cod is open

for the young family lust starling, out or for 1 i

the family en a budget Pay only $79.33 per month N Hell ( mmertielvertiiert ed-

including taxes and insurance In One of Gainesyltle's mil sell it faster I
PRESTIGE AREAS just a few blocks: to Nothing
schools lust one block: to exclusive 300 CLUB. eNly. Each week

: G C. built-in oven and range On huge tree studded I

lot I than they II 1 now woo, .d .peci.l

$13,000 FHA $400 DOWN I i

: will I. effere d, vettk for
I N 7 it. Went A4 SPecml
I DIRECTIONS Tim eH NW. 16th AWMM e0 NW. 38'''.
Strwt follow to N. W. 14th Plies tvm tight I 11 1
-0.1 ... lift \f WANT ADS
I ql' 1 Pb.o.371.1411. '
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live modern... .n I ';,? CALL
for less ... with

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Sunday No"ber 22, 1964 Goln.. lll. Sun 5D/1 I <. ,

11 M..n. H..." Par Ie''. IS H..." far Salt IS HtmM Itr Sal \' I

'.. SKYLINE 40 :X 10 I nil ...*, rou- CAN SAVE 111110.. I"'5 OWNER IUNSfURED. a ."" \
5715. lkt. I IR. I both homo Control hoot |vt .HIM lit III kit, dllhweihtr
r or 1.* Hill r.. Trel'larPar, *, I7tWt4eiter WIN III "Ich... .,.." .... ,_,. urauel tleore .....d|
: : I:. or WMkeneeIIPORI 5057500 1701. C111 3'Wn.. yard.* potto Pe.l rnemberlhlp.Mm ,

F'iiiF"' .. one ......,. -v SUY' DIRECT ) M SUILDES.ItsNM55 IU"'.PHA 4
5.11 1 bulk. loll of 51041 5 : "' : NI MNl W. Call 1H-IM4. f
boll. 5015 Will ooood M. .II. ; kitchen 50 110104.
5014 05 1111 NI 1410 T1.Neal PHA or VA. im Nl liih Tor
: Huth .......... mo trtnn.ttll INVESTMENTTRADITIONAL
11103 190 .ldI t 51 155114 --
N .151,0 amN000Iy01515504, 0017" iV OWNER. lijiii- 0.00 b5i5 .
W 554. ...NW 511101 _. 57.50 4 50Ih5
.' 1i 1 NP,ray UIIS.k'' 410111 NamA M.,. T.rwllll, 5005551. Must M .......,1.. 505101550.
MW 131' N IIt-DII. 5004 05 a 4ppScldnd. 0011 PI' ,,,. N. W. NN 1 br..l
.... I7W3tI
you buy eeo va tor top I
NEW Numb., I Mobile Nernee. NW Uth It. 1 IR horn.Weil .. In Clod Smith Realtor
Fr- unite t* chonot ; Park, JSO down ond 171 pormo. _
w wMth. up ta tr or will rent tor Itl parmo. loll w. U.IvwI/Iy A '

8-1411 : I O PnatH, Phnno PI Unl'HRII ,

N Poeturkia Morlotta ""_1, w....- bedroom, tomny rtenwlootod I''
on ,Mr** corner let. lIY 0 11 s/sry. 4 S.dr..r0
lr Montr.W 010500. .."" ....- s.5O4n0101IS On I..*. .... .m

4'' ( Puzzle) yean b.the..-Meblia Home :a:;;:11T01M 101 J='?"...:: e'ont Per Ooolrwi.comtartobia. Pwley"050-0 and oroa 10010.!

4 f : "SERVICE HAS BUILT OWNIR | IR | both ...... I* Cell Mrs CtrMInt Novel

OUR BUSINESS* NW lotion. for ,.. or IOOM an-siti .
GloM Smith Realtor
PlMnePR noil. ,
Hit W. Unlvertlty Aye.
D. BAIRD MOBILE m.iII.I SR. Tile bom,
HOMES Kit Ponced polio, .tody tow end I da net Intend ta Hove
A .hot hi top. 004.. | 'la phony UNSOLD Mull or move mymTl'w'eectlwrj'
5500.1.Pho50 loll IU4 NW lest Ave. Tel. Vfr 40117 burs1.Md
1Of" : 50, f bothe, ot.
IT1330E .I 1 SO. carport CCR I .'1 old.Rulfmklt .
: M Tea nk' feature endtumliMr
: : irony
k II LOTS FOR SALT VIM,dnwn Occuponcy and euume by Chrlikmu. VIper H ......"... DO NOTe
..... Ah ," union' you con afford mlm
furniture ov.llehlo.
; Coil!I u. ...... ".ulllul u" II\19 I Ml NW Ulh Ter. Coll 1H-4K1; .. aoymenrfc. Ml. mk. teooo.Wool .
lett oro. Kit toned tor Apt*, worth ol olmoet now turn

4 PERSONALIZED SIRVICIDroumatlnt 1 lab? Silt.... Child Cart ;: I MARY MOELLER IIlI ARM homo- Tiri.-built,-tt'botheimnonry M oioc.kitcnen ;. 10050 Ituro bicl to Wall wotner 01000. dryer 114 .5005 ate.?

REALTOR cent hoot, PIRIPI.ACI' cool broiler tor Hoot, pox* worrllneie
IXPER'"NCED' UANlSn' I iiNr 101 619 : lilt W Unl....'" Avt, on keeutltul kit, IMMr II,. N 4040' M 02005 .M 5031010 5 j
sod ill IYpa5" ollorc.lfleas. .. 41571 .... |J> IW iilh Pt. lrT40.lt. tor II tnlt' IPPMIIt
*MMiubl.. run work lIn;: I
juorMitoM. pn in-4111 tr coma PLAY SCHOOL : LARGE aMutltlll 111 Nl N WUctlen. HIGHLAND "nw. i, XII vov ,,.
bv 1131 II. 10th "'oc.. 001,11 VI 111 0011 000 74110500. tautM HI....' ta city Nl. urn Or. 4 IR | ...... kit
: Drain wim fftnt UrMlt HMT, ewilpned, control hoot low downpermenl
l ,
IE /00 70. PR 47100
TIRED' 0" "INca DEPENDENT : Hty wtttr. AIM' ..... ton Mil.b tjlt.41 por mo. toiet
Let EASY _WAY toKh you .. II riMAll HELP WANTIO M W4ltM, Sold (Ml I MIH' .... m.. ..... Call '". 1-144 tr NEW
rlvo 004 oloiw.
ao ; PR matIUHT .
north *t laorry Down aoymcrtan MODELS
CALL tn-mn POMItptrt
Drlvlnt Imlnxtlon. InDuoKontrol a CH.ISTMAI SILLINea.I. J 0505..79aesaM1.m. IN KITCHEN. con Hoot
Cor 00.011 p5 M 3 1.4.41..0150 : Momoo tut.HI 1 It. M'' bethv tool for IIPMtnulty
./. :.. 35 MN CMN/rnss : : V. .. MtCoy IM-mo. leu then PHA dnwn pev N.. Open
EAT 'N KARL IIAUT" SALON 'oolV' M,. S.......,* ....-.... M."/ ""415M" will, loot*. Illl N. 004 Daily 10.1 i
Salo?! Eli ....... IM W. Unlv. AX.. kit : RAILROADSIDING .,. 111 Will 500514500 10db Villa.. G.... .
AH work ouorontMdPerm. tor eo" 0501 57a111' Sr ....
hold LOT \
U up toonvM II M lit IXPIP.IINCID pronor.COUNTIK must .

u i. univ 01100 AV*. OpOl. mintSPtCIAL Its 1I. \\I1W',: :::: ;:VI P11.0k.. 371. NAVE ,.... lsmin4'clal' III 1110 EARLY AMERICAN CNsslsl HVMl Inel w 10410.05 and bMcR \
ghll"" ...... .
011000 night 417. 110000 j 1111.514 Will 0010 I bodraamt I bethk
.. ... 4 SOH.5141.. .,IW 101111.
< NOTICES GIRL ....,. no o.- too, .,... PR .....,. P4010M =
motlll _
MCMMry Apply Perk : All 51101 1001141 1.1504' AN sop M1 504 -
TKICHfM, LIQUID' IMBROIDlfY Klonco.. ., Golnoivlllo, / TIll"" IV OWNIII. _11M 501115.4. Ill. 55.111 e'ft'a. p.Nl.1 I Nato
-10.10.0031 molt ..clIM hoboyyot pint Contor No pnono collt.Worly 1M" 505, I1. MNllso t I50111y 50575 .111-1. ,It. 5..1104414 -.....
I IW. Mill ...".. 504 0111105. 200 111I. lVi 0100 0111, 40.4015 HI 500 04155" RM
Phono or write LoulM An 401001.5 OKh
AGED LADY 7000 517 ., .
T. 11..1101.mi
Otwi p. 0. a, Wormiittton PH.HV ond .. 1301 IOolsOIp lsods0.p.d .111,11 ..'_14$5 104Ns01
.., 05 do "''" ,,,. .IIV I
403XLOSI W_. 541 pull 1000 p5 1041505 / 00.1150 41r. 4.1411111150, 10 II.. 0551 5175. 50TVA
beuo4.Np150 1005d
01001.5 M I clan down Cell MIS ..!I... 310 ..... 1.34 0 511150. ChO'eIII N' 3051 A,500e 0
i mon T. C. Orltti homo
SUGAR CANE JUICE ChN00 1111. M$115 II' $710510 .ltll W. ..,.. IoN4n00.505' 5404.ANM50.
loll Woloo Hwy M.
COME to Coni mill 114 001. Wail N V 0 a4nN.LOTS 1710411115' 3111515II
of :I. M. "lOldO Pt....NW 33rd5d. MAIDS. auoronloKl food NV lion .
hi 10 Pin t> SUPPLIES It ocno ooih on "hardrood.
P00000 PR 1.1f. lobo U! Ul wookh/ toroAtOKV.Dool'a. ION.
I block tram ichool Ibhxht
EmployMwlt' AniE1 '
WEIGHT lowy with now Lynorook NY. NEW PUPPIES from htoev R. onoMyPrlted 1evRO A1IERICA {

Ocx-A-D.ct T abl.,. CHRISTIAN WOMAN4.dId\ Pull' more .111II. ...."'.. liny AkC Ri... Phono onPH.no r
Only' Ml contt _Conov4Ong_ ._ or pal limo .,...* tocuruporlorxa evorl, / ..II. VI-nil. >; > ocra 'i iit; 0'0116-5' moot o* II., ,
/ry. tumtoy Ichool ,,", ( S25 ...".. ......

1 Itby Sitttn, Child Cart mlnlilry .. ..... loon UN work. conn r iiti ii: PONDYC 1a13AlTOIATES. INC. I 172.1010 I
Iy .... .,. No .......11...... WallS Results"i" PUPPIES. .
WOULD Ilk. ,0 111 c''d'M.lop. bot John RiMln Co.. II Wool MMkoon _I.. 04 er "p./. CNI 00001 11011 1701704. I
01900 or 1,0.41 III 'V 1,001 tt., Chlcogo I. III. WSNm* II PE 11"1' tor f
1ft S' 0.007.10.. S0111N/1.1, CNIPR ...... 1 .to w. 14 Wororlron >rporryWINIFRED

WILL KEEP dllld' I. 'v 00000M Over II. Apply hi penon to Thlnty' 1111 MOrm Cob 504COL 0'U r,5 .. "'. "110 15557
.... 0001,. ..y 07 0141. IIIPOW Color, 431 NW 13th ttllderly ... T..5 5,0001015 1000 5.5.. A.IO 1 171", t.you'll t.
21" A... lody to toot heolth, will' U I 31.".. 06040 -III W110' 515 loll 041r:1 Sooner or later
.. I I 01.51. 1.07150111.00
374-iSN. .h. 50511 11/ toil 01010 w : :
WHITE QUAIL I.... Ito Iftoulrl L116
EXCELLENT Child. C... In e.l... III." middle agoo' lad! torcemponlonihlp Droewd auoil, II H OK* J'ry' c.
11" .... ....... 'one" ylroP..f> Alochuo 44MH =. I Llvo triced. accardint, taoao
WAITRESS WANTED od b ond auanllty H CRAWFORD want Butler
ironcMPhono P* 4-ni HOWARD JOMMSONI P.IIT 'V l ..1111 Aloe_ PlarMo LIES 51.4.7, ipKelllMo_ m a
WOULD Ilk. Apply, In Nash MM NW I3lh ItWAITMSI .... '
throo chlldroti to eve / Rmlitorod, trl oolorod Cot I mHoo No at Miirna
tor In cum. prlvoto, Homo Ploltroo muol ho nert. ek 0011' pvpe. t molo and I temtloi .. 13111.ANAI .
to com. and tin tt ma, III trectim, tvor II. 4:M to t 31 be aeon at MM Nl llth home.
( M IOt t) O'Onao
.W 1M "oe. LOTI < en Why
P M., .. off OotehoiuaPoitouront l4.O5 (rou C,.... Pike

Doy. WOOS or Month MOTHER of 7.Yr. old child MMI borne M.blla HtMti Par kit Phen fR tout.
SIM Nv Hh Av. J71444) 11,404" 0415 00 t4.. 111 001. work --'auuli -
..... HOMi !
p15001P0osININ1.' '.. of houeotioldtor TlCU.HA 100101 151157, IJ I A' moulh of twwonneo. INNSloe. not now
I wk.. Middle ogod whit ./0011151100.1 5114
1 U. eCi
women preferred i> -0300.DOUILE ..''n. vp poymenn at It U _,ll- ,, 0w0hWI
OMlls0.d005 oe. AI
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; 04.14 I MIMI 55511
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entry 0155 to u'I 1 from wow tloMnt
..... Willi. Aiochvo' en Mewhorry ... Cell .
Sun .0071 tor 15,157tlpmin1 _"' ... "' .... 101T500N
I" .... 4PM. etl-iiie. '
"lor. '::31" 5'51MM ./. P5514 PS 11711 LMO4.
.ru 90.1. Typl50 O100sory. NORTHWEST P14, ALL CITY SERVICES
So.kkNpln5 .......,.... MIpNI.CNI '. .
PR 43341 151 ...., ",g. TRAILER SALES
1101 woioa Root N I IS Hautai Sat S41.SELL .
Want Ads U Molt Help Wonted lend pony ,\ .... lam rtum FERN WOOD MANOR 1
.... moMW. hvno, 'IVIT t
EXPERIENCED BAKER '_ ... 4f .Ivm. owfiln.. c.ssn lovely. new 4-IR Homo In Motor
OMOIIOM cond Perk. ...,_ rt M 141 tempi en
I Po"TI...... 3726232COLO.lD and colllnt mo.I rent told" levity, .... tuulltul 5401 INS tor 12,250 UP

._ 30 ,.. .*41. is LOS/ toko W tM ........... I* .... Drive.oround ny lime ItVat
K ...
: .
Get Results W.I/.? 'boy. Mult bo ...,. 1515 ; Ifler 4 04 pmM or mI -
40017 In ..Iy. I. .II A.M. or. ,. rlll-* MIN C._.. win' lorw $400 DOWN ftU ,
C....._'... 706 W. Untv. Ave. .51100' k.MM"'L' lly room m C... ..,... TorComer NOTHING DOWN VA .
lot II oak Iroee be
"'"' tonM"
for ""TWO,_ II... ..... or. .. N W IM W. r5. "r.'J'. 044..1. lad j .10 HOP all'", C4Mt ,
I I .all
WIII 500 M. Mso.574 -
..,....,11. ..... n. a. houeo, ;,...4 IwmvMil $
... '' I.516PER
AVON eorrw 12' WIDES pier = coo ot IM Nlem MOM MONTH
> Dr tr coN .,.."(..

CALLING Sell Fast BR under $4,000USE { TMAN'.'T5,045:04; WALK TO SCHOOLS :
-. -- ......
OUR 50ak11M. 1011 11,1 1071N .
with PURCHASE ....",.... 5050.. WI 4.,1751M 114
"HAV' A WONOIR'UL .. PLAN r..... ,,_ Cot MAClIlARIALIY IR, Brick Front Colonl li. Now fieis/11n/ / / '.

CHRISTMAS THIS YEARS .,,,..,... 45101 A5SOCIATII .,....... Down
now "V""I Price/ $15,825 $US
Soli 5.n.w h.1.. 5.Mppbs Personto -/.. ,: : TOtAl eon ij A i' I"t; t 111 1 ,
cad ...... with lei CONTRACT WILL If IIMarr ---10
A.... Writ. P.O. I. 411. It ,.. Hnonclno ovelloeioSEf M 1111.1.4 II 11I N' P10
450000 "'. 351 57, 150,00. I,. .*
0.1.11I.. 11.' -. w 4aII n 1Iy. 114 ss0.4 1 5 DIRECTIONS Drlv. Wilt .it Krh AM. Torn

J.041. ropw tunlly : ; : AND LADE IliAD o.vaOII.W LARSEN rota.05ln.l PR 0111.5 S.o.5. 10.4=i'or b0.). Lift .. Jllh $f. .r J9th T.rr. *. ,

nil $ *r I PM"
: IMI .. M _
FURNITURE PersonWANT M001. ,,- ""- ONLY I M'N.' 001.1 45W00515M 504 Butler Brothers
It I 00145 104 a5.4M If owner, | IR MIN
TWO :i.t A. lot. Rolrla 4 500-! Pvr.
UPHOLSTERY ...... CONNOLLY orko Ilkcit, lltl no, BUILDERS
.. : tiwt dn, fpor oont MereH.
p5 40 eu4y
..... ...
sill _.. : Mama 141 boo el era I* 14 M Ion WIN.tele DAILY I71. J4J NIGHT 116.1041COMPARE :
yew 505011 $057 Rd I. CoMocI owner f* ott,
311.41 .. : : / ..-. P ,., /4.704 M.."_ 44M4J4
out hey" I mile louth
GAINESVILLIUPI4OLSTSRY I RAOIO I OMOMIII* an U. 441 "'". r.TI...., I tor carport, Cl I.
/ law NW urn lor MM down II
100.10/p5,34 ADS top o/iotlied buyer w,M PHA Mono
0/11 .......-..... .. 104 .- fEDERAL QUALITY M. NI n por ma telior poyiRITwOOfT

4.111.ry.. ION"M. ;: tt w HOMIS lilt M INC..omoovmt :_...." 1550. C.., 11IM' w !

-- ------ -- Mill Wet 4000.00 M.r. ..... now I 111'7

born CoMMOl Control A.c. "_
51l :: *M of Jill" NW Hot Or |l 11 per THESE HOME VALUES
I ant low town payment. I/MM
_! : ar I?)owl. BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE

SALELAST ; J ::1 Sales 1U1.01 "' ;

=: I ....:: ;:", :' to: .
;: Home ofParjmeker woco, tro. foncadw kocl yere;
Mobiia HomeoIhOMO
bviiw klnhon, VoMI or and AKotrooa.Trovei .
OF 64s 'I Iroilort _
...'... Pin" Meant 504S NUDE toMly 00- 1.1811.. I tew. BUY YOUR NEW HOME
1... -. toMcod oocn '_ oornor tot. s.0.MN .
ONLY 4 LEFT 1.3 lo ":4. 5s.. ..... 5l 114. p1 50510 DEFORE DECEMBER 31
745011 630 1Md 55.1d..1y 00004. 00/15. 05
I Iso
00.... Pia 5141 04.1,01. m10p ...... s1 to AND SAVE YOUR
Mom I per mo PR .4101, till Nl litjTloyd
x 10 :
I ofwn NOdla Kill Monogor ProprOM Mlblll Memo Porto jjjio'TJ Oi 4eri-i ;_ "I',
2 BEDROOM MIN Norm en onChano. 5105 K W 15041 411l0 HMMf/ iv IBVAOWIP
1101113 I rrmrIwt..raWI' : .. NV> May, 0.1M -. AIV 01 _*yMiR? ....,
month ..... uc ... WIll /.4 404l Phen OH bids C7::: _
DOWN-$55.49 ., 011
111. iwv.
$412.50 ,
3w ... X/waw "' ,,_ 111 TIll bolIssoloIfW. ,1145 tor
l 1 *** Nor *-** .* """" iiTIATiiO..7TiT./ torI4tt 0011.1 .:T. : 51504. ... L...., topMariowt .bam tora .
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SOX 10 AttLIM lAIIIUl PUP to naM ...... Paw V.IM 57,00 517 ::.r:,, NE bNOa M ... '-"It
MOW ACC .... Hrod 0. IM at 005 M 4TJ4 LW. 15th WatCowrtry -. ..704. -Y -
2 BEDROOM I IOu 1 Pall "........ !.., rod 4 whit I -- M4Wr. I/M..t_ ( Chrk l..oto.l 400401 15110444110.. ...
GAINESVILLE NURSING CENTER molo etud. Colt 441.IMMAOLf -suns-- ==:.:r: ":..CI' N 4 ta. t" bo >o, >oo. pia.IIOONW 5,500150 JO 5,455 5,101 00,51
W.II T. Wall c.".. PUPPIII :.w. old hiIMtTli.lj 000.._ AN __017 I .04 -MN 101.0. _V... .01.404141 I4
I /1 1157151 1.04 00O50 ..II'.rr ....".. ..o11U.O.w s4wCp
month Aa0090 MOBILE HOMES. INC. /555$ 71.14 55
$421.75 DOWN-$51.51 p.r will b r..dy about April 1. 50. t. *.. it. "ey- =:555.7. 0. Cad 4.111.1. 11117 43.55.0045 ,/ -. far .... _
MW wlnj NW nth S. n 6tIt SO
004 l1.. P4. A44 a norjlnioltdiieay .. 0541 ... 10110 - r
50X 12 filial irrtKtur will b. M''. modern f OHlPMIto'yoor pONW. 315.Aii 441 N at Cry Llmtt jii .. ,' I it, tct /514 5000 04.00. 5.00 1111 1r.p5rlp LeI wM
"551, 00000
old Wowt 7505 pony IP*. Sow M for fcttt buy In G4.5ee.WIN. tor eoio ay *r tAOit oUto. 4791500 Nm400 1W I IW..M.
2 BEDROOM 100 bid piunitif BOITI*. COIl 114171. Aeoj tor *ur tpot-ol d.t.count eo lorme et but 4.150 .. -I -V 051

I- CMIMUAMUA"pupiifc T'mama pried W. COMO 11'4 ... 0415/5. 0/1110. 1110 .. W. 2115 A..,

$435.6J DOWN-$59.37 ,., "Moth Cofly.lttcmt c.rj on* I lonioia. 0e' eorh. wo.- will not M undtroald/ tonudquality ," /;"ffii'iiii'Mi 4 00 34 ....... $005545.0lw .
-b.1457.4041141 |t*> ...> 'iy 4,1104 5 01 54. 400 11M 1 ..04S's \
50X 12 C... .f the .,.4. I 4ieeMINIAtual, OACMtMUNO I 2} y,.. Sorvlct 1.-1 eft 4,41100.. nuortCTaont ::.05. ., 501 Norwood

PVPPIII. A_C I IM a --I OPEN I AM I PM W 141 21. PI.

1 BEDROOM Fir '....ilil. prlrril ytClttOtl Wtp I000pt !, I well Old odorobK pool. *. I I CLOSED SUNDAY 04..451055_ t .M.-IPM 05'115 N. I 51 I booxbMdn.. oil* Hope

$485.61 DOWN-$49.37 ,., month .fitt.t, by |k. tj.y .p w.ok.Approvd : 11057100405.0060111 c-.MOL.I 10 M 4044 S tor menu.TlfNW.l4H.tf.

w4 P 50+. .
WE TRADE ) by llu' Croi-ll JhitlJ., J.ri,.rCifismt WANTED =TIMd .. 0.00 000L0.-=If"i.05.710=00 0 I IR 5515W. t aath* ttal a>... r>* "H" Inc.

FOR ANYTHING 4"0II w. 1"11 0.
Conlrtjct. vV, Trod HamtiOf
;;; tt dy. dovbw ; ... .
BUY AT. 1 /115..04 01,571
BUY THE BEST POND CYPRESS LOGS 1571 57.5.4 41x0 M 545.4 -
S.i..4 by" ,1I.IcIl. cert'hoot, ate* A< flttt -. Prop.Ay
ta>. aw 014 tilt Ml ION 4'II W. 174.15..
I.'*.t UnftS OnlfC 1 Tor 0.0400100 01 IPtbA I I PS 154 410w Ml evo Mwtt tat
10100. 1000011 re 51
NORTHWESTTRAILER ..,'floc.'d-- .* Iasip.ywI.l 0114
.,4 d1i.m.ltr 540 40015450 50
A. A. Okui, Administrator p F. at It* you wiu NIT CALL,
SALES ,*. $41.00 ". |..r.4 Mr Y.rdJ M.Htfl. nth r4Pw.aiA PNS115. 371115..4.M poll .. 4P> ttlllTPR
1.05571.. MM, IM. US 90. F., IIr1k, lflf.rmdi i.4i c.llik D. lb. .. | V- w bn, an* to *Mi-ni. .. ar PE 11 naAatailaHtoi >

2702 WALDO RD. N.E. 116-6214 .t 3l9-i<' .p 359-3711 coll..'. ,enoub boM. P:...>.*.: M b...KW on.wt POT|

1760205OP. lor ooeo. loarii ol P''A f4JOO. M.dobw .. "- B.1Id.s/
AT PALM LAMB D.nHbr U,. & Iip.,- c.. 15 0..4. 0 N/wa -

.. 0 -... p.. ..... .... 5.tl 14 .... JdJ
I $110001 0055(000*

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II LOU ..r5 In .Iclnlf. e, Olf'' LADIOi Oll.ul .11... silt. _
6--- THEHOUSE red ONlcs. N Nuns '' OoOd $7.ns 151511/
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0' THANKS tun N 1171$ l5.vty 0425. P5551p lose I In vain.
r 5015051. /i It totfI ...1.. c.
w. ..nl 10 !h.nk our 1110,4000 f LOaT MY 000. $1151 tn.I I 1r. $ .7711.

liq i 105 11.5.74 5711. PhM'0 $7111. K nam.d. th"ft' ..No 10 CM'S .0llGOT U'no.. 55. 711 -.
wIlli 1MIt spots $ IN soy .
oil .070 of kindn511
1011. $4 .
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1 1h.w w 4rl lot our N/A.7's 114 I.... II lnd M 050 I .1 a ..4215.. film. City NlaO
MN 511 line. our $.70avcn.nt. poi a 70wln Andy AMMM III. A. T1.nSy. pignt. 11..11. 0511Mr0
.. Psrr7 Du5ooo sot 'OIIIl1y. PR 7.141.. P. 35000.INEf
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B> ANDY LANG the bristles out of shape. Even of the bottom sash, then do the

AP Newifeature with a regular sash brush, extra mullions (the strips separating
Painting the window frames care must be exercised to
the and wind with
panes) the
Is usually the most tedious partof keep from smearing the panel.' left and ANY OF THESE
verticals Note
an interior painting Job. After -There are both fabric and liquid right

you've been sweeping a brash masking materials designed to that, at this point you don't

or roller across wide expanse help you with this part of the paint the bottom horizontal

of ceilings and walls covering job.Many All this time the upper sash THINGS TO SELL?

a lot of footage quickly, it's s painters prefer use bal been In a lowered position.

I little frustrating to have to atop of a metal shield, which Is Paint as much of the mullions
and carefully! paint the comparatively placed against the edge of, the
reach then I
as you can paintthe -
small surfaces of the wood and catches paint that bottom horizontal. Now lower They'll Bring You Extra Cash .

frame The task Is especially otherwise would land on the the bottom wan to where It.

annoying with double-dung windows -glass. If .you use such a shield, was before you started doing It

still the most commonlyused keep a cloth handy as It Is necessary -by taking hold of the unpaired .1' '.

type in' the country, because to wipe the metal fre bottom horizontal Raise the top Rugs IS ONw.
It necessary to raise quently. sash, this time taking hold of the ''' ''' SPOTLIGHT
tower the and down \La' Guns
and top bottom Now let's get to the man unpainted horizontal. Finish!
sashes without disturbing any ner in which the frames should n. GATEHOUSE RESTAURANT
painting the top sa h..then complete !
of the that has be ,. 1222 W. Uiov. A.e.Creve .
paint already painted. ( can get AndyLani' Tools I .
the '
Job by painting the k /. Incoouel
e'ellc.toMeoi foeig cod ereyhr boor c
been detailed booklet
applied. "Paint .
bottom horizontal. I mi roleiooj gtfimpneror N* ".." M look
.On* way to make the chorea Your House Inside and Out," by \ '.' boyone1 Gotohouie'l ScHeoner Reem, open" hem
? little easier Is to use a narrow I sending 25 cents and a long, Sound complicated? It really Boats 11 :30 :2 A,M. Tojle 1 Heel el the bar er lertle

lash brush. If you don't stamped, self-addressed envelope -sn't. You can see this for your Al' .lute e ceprejio/i chili er leother booth cod] lelecffrem

have one, and It Is Inconven- to Know-How P. O. Box self by going through the mOo N'. Tents >, shrimp' ,a, end..,1""t7 crisp.f lelodi..>.* end Ftellnf cold undwicliei.mere fennel keilet..
ijint to purchase one at the 954, Jamaica N. Y., 11432.) Ions, as we have explained I "i.".. .. sck.sP The Cettheuie'i 41"1_. reemeeent
moment, use any clean narrow Raise the bottom sash and lower them, without doing any actual Books. frem S re 9 P M. end often meelt ".ai.n.dr

paint brush and you'll not only the top sash, allowing about fainting. Once you have paint. ICI.: fleet soy tots while ::erlnfl h. etwdenlecketheek.

Have a tough time keeping the three Inches at both ends. Begin -I ed windows in this fashion, *" ii! [ / en Sundey. The but rnteyrenr en. eny ether d clem.v will both feve tfttied .-

paint off the panes, you'll get painting the top horizontal, ou'll\ be able to do all the Plants :}. .,.ci.... ken.
others automatically. And you *

won't get paint all over your Pianos Welch fir Hue Week'i SPOTLIGHT
: Permits -I hands, as you might if you did '

m Building the Job haphazardly. Stoves .. ..

.1 SUIIPINO PIP.MITSt Ovtfloy l OouldM, Hm Ml PI. Con Electrical 1OAiO .f I" IIn..' ., Old FokMwod, Moot .MrSvdwci,42 COCKTAILS
llrvcl Ouplu, M.OM.OlMlor Radios PALM IANIS In Creom UNIVERSITY INNcea.
t. Me/ end Moby lilIHO NW .nW OoulOM. 3751 SW 17 PI, Cwvllrwcl Owl ov.ry tiloM for your ... A & W ROOTBEER STAND ... neon 11_. MM0M
.. Conolrvct four volt eptou lit.Me.AMfl DupltM sO.00t. .. Noma.t tram t A.M. *. I. A.M. no NW. mn: it. ....,... COCII'." Hour I w 0. I
C. Sutler J,., 001 NW I00t..,I Woodrow Uov, ttU Clnr ..... Ortvt Needs Skates IIDt Wails 5,55 nurory IIf. wnlce.WANT 57.153. 11:M A.M. 11:. P.M. drinks tor the price et I. 0r
AMitien to kuolMoot II ooo.WolMr Construct' Dwtillne. tttooo ; lot to t AM. NJ tobby OrmhnCombo
a. Chondlor, 111 NW Slots Avo, Tansy Ouillly lulldvi 'Ins0cI10o r PUNT ANDAmugn50t LARRY'SOLD l eid.rtf Pomort .rcts.Ir. .
I 1a.1.$ C..rvct D.wllln.. 17.500. C.rr .. HOI IW JIlt it P" lMttHAPPV
Kkpolr>tilco Dwelling Corp, III II no.T W. Unlvorolly, ,..., Marls Crow", 30231003001.. Ad.Sills Riildentiol. 0 Commercial' Trunks 1. 0.,... to a... and GI,'. ins WHI Unl.'tv Av0nu5OrbN HOUR I to I PM
ROMlr ........, N.VXHugr $200.C14 'Induifrial/ '. \\i ".pn ,: D'e MPRE. :M HOUIII AD"" I CocklolK tor tho price K I
edwordo 2f1' Nl l'tt ,..., C. W.tw4 trod II 17th $0., Ad.dilM CALL A01551001 ,FASHIONED CUM POT Ul prlmo otooktcookoo
/ $2,700. loll W42t Unl."I' 0,5. .
Solid Dw.lllr IMOOHugh A. W. ".lCh.,. 51011,5 ,.,.. Jewelry CEDAR KEY MULLET to ponoetlon.Dine ..
Itfwordo WS Nl lilt Tor, C. C.. P. Dressler Prlaoy, l-l P. M. o? C.... on Oonco live mvot.
A S'OllTi
Solid Owoiimg/ I7SOO !otrucl Owolllnt llt oo .. "" tnt loturaoy
HushIwar14 ml Nl Ink Tor, I IN SI n It* Con- ORLEANS
rlruct Electrical Contractor con 011.,.. Our troclt Ml NW IMP It. .
Sulld Owmilng, $7,105.Nph Owolllng 111,001 I you KMon NW ,ioiAPVIP.TISI
Bicycles tut umit: :r"
Idwordo, m? Nl im T1,. Moromon 011 C.., Moe NW ltd A..., ft Mr for ell *...omMoh 1
lull:* dwolllni: WKNugh Construct Itotlon 1'l.OaI.D. VILia MlnlMurt IN THlOINI
.. Idwordv r1B Nl I? T... Su" I.. Tkaa, ... 1711 II V W. o\M| I tlO N.W.4tb ">. .la ":;1 ...COW.., M7 W. Unl. ,.,. 4 OANCIOlP.eCTO
11.,12.110II. y 'TV Sets Pun NiQBlh/ "Y
Nut ldSNN; ---- ; 1 SCHOONER
3015 II 17 Ti. Su115' -
Ow.III... .,._ .
Hugh Sdworeo KOI NS 17
let* _/III.,.. 17,100 1 Clothing LORD BYRON'S DININC-MUSIC
Siiiu _1I1ne. I'.HeHvglt SPECIAL SALE Dins tv tlMltllgh) hi me MIIgMWKKiim .
Idworee, sits Nl 1WI Tor* Cameras M ItmeMMr. se IIIIYI lsct W oak I.. "... GENERAL GAINES I
lulid Dwelling IT 15 : n & M"N""O'I "ITAU."NT OPEN I. HOURS A DAY STEAK ROOM
Mug etwordo. -i''i.. 17 Tor4 SullgDunlllnt M l Hene, Hat, P.OAIT IIF, ,....,1.. u.S. Prlmo end Choice
HMO.Wllllo circulating! oilQUAKER' M r xtr eoikletii halls lad .....
CORNED HIP TUP.KIY. oxoki lo looioon
NUM. Cdw.r0.. 3554 NI 17 Ter. \ |IH Howttiorni .... ..ll ".M. PASTP.AMIScrilin. ..r1II. your
1100. 1111-1 Antiques / $; .. our epon HollMy Inn
Dw.NlnS .
McConn ION NS M T... 3114.1 Clad' Lowonwou en MSHELLEY'S iQdO SoN''''' it 'It .i?..

llon Ml.to.c't1t:' CNirdl.. 411 IW IAvo. 1 Furniture JH'( Nor(Now ROAST Orioent ISIS.>yiir IANOWICHSI... U emu III W. Unlv Avo COCKTAIL *
., 55,000 BTU ,f Al'N" ION NW lot Avo. LOUNGES *
J Col. John .. Nat,, 111 NW U. sir do.1; MR. SANDWICH SHOP ::171-6511 for 4.IN.ryH0151 i
Pwtol Dwelling., 11,300. with H Cirelyn PIOIO COOKING FLAVOP.CMckon "Porty Pock MO Store Pr.MnfoTHS
Ailco loKonon, NW ..lh '....1.1I. 10-year guarantee Livestock 110 POM ItMkttarvlng I ICOllI. CVPPMI LOUNOI
.opilr Dwelling; I'J..OOI on' the fire pot end ADVERTISE IN THE ..... Ilons,0. $7010 IS 000075 .>etlc, .....-. Ion Must.INetltully ..
D Corpmlor Sr. MM NW UHl ,...,j tnm 7 AM to 0 PM I Dlforont
R Dwelling, KMI vapor rings. TOWN HOUSE *TAUAMT D,.,... Ao vw Ike Them
TIP. '..f.WI. NW tro ", I.. DiamondsFish SERVICE DIRECTORY 804 SW IK* II. 4001 NW IJIh '1. P*."_
01 f,,, tooting eng olr '-)!
50,. $1,150.
_III... HOI.
lion to _III... $3,506
'. d. ,. J......... IM L. WoO $13 IW CALL 371-1411.
Is. legal' 155142..., 1',_ 1 Used Cars 1
j 55M. c"...,. $05 III till Av4. II.j .

( :.Pool' ...S0 S.$. __, 1011 IIW 5Av. :
..konMOil 0emne. I'.tanln .,... I Auto TiresAquariums
(......, 1114 II If .... $7"2'85Me..1
olruct:,,;::/:::r..r"301: : .. "'/..C"'j
AtoTconolnKllwMO, 1100. 'm
i. I.. krvgoo HI IW t II, C.... .:
oa.'"., 1140.Wllllom
.,., THI40IO Jt5t.
TAontM "" Homo, 411NW I Row Boats :
t It, Duo Dwelllnft IMOMoModllt Thermostat Controlled Blower $15 /;. .
Trinity CKurcn 35M NW tlhAvo r
Bullion I to Church $;..OMlo '
/ .onair Mowoll, H1I-IM4-II NW IID l/ : 4 Golf Clubs Tfr' :
110.000.Conoirucl tour will Apt Owoiilni Special 10% DOWN

Oil Drum '" "I: *.
Typewriters |
i % ,
and Stand This Week's-
12 Months To .
>. Pay .,
S Wllllomt IS MowHitrKOH .
: Motorcycles
Conilrvct ...... Worohouoo, U m .55gol. steel' *._ "
arum Many other sizes and f
'k Used Trucks
I of famous brand *
Sturdy steel styles I
];SightIon8ler, :] stand heaters to choose from. RefrigeratorsBaby

All necessarytubing 'LI
MOSCOW (AP) A sea-golni and Buggies' / p.
monster with a long tall has fittings We Sell fir Initell

I been spotted In remote Compl.teinstallation CENTRALHEATING Electric Motors :. Special
the Soviet government Slberll'l /

agency Taos said Store Equipment

ologist had seen the "huge ,nlmss" $22 Incluoino All Dw Work
Farm .
twice at lake Halyr near FREE ESTIMATES r

Laptevykh sea in a region Infant's Clothing Y

called Yakutia, the agency said ( B. Bohannon Jr. Sewing Machines

;the animal had a small head, TOYS j

a'long, gleaming neck, Jet-black I RI, I Office Equipment ,
skin and a vertical fin on Its S.I. 7th St & 8tK Ave Phone 2.9561CLASSPITS

bkk.! Tall said _. I Movie EquipmentOutboard
--- -
; OIIPIAV Motors

Years Ahead Yours Today! Sports Equipment

: Nursery Furniture o .

': Futura HomesButler Vacuum Cleaners

Fishing Equipment ,

Building Materials

Washing Machines 0

Heating Equipment

Musical I Instruments 4LINES

t Camping Equipment r----

Plumbing Equipment 10

Children's Playthings DAYS This special good enob ,

Brothers Builders Electrical Appliances $2.00

Dogs Cats Parakeets I *t itim end) it open

Perfect for the young family just ,stortina) cut or forth dr r I

family on a budget. Pay only $79.38 per month I t* no* commercial advertisers '

including taxes and insurance) In One of Gainesville's intell/ it faster :
PRESTIGE AREAS lust o few blocks to Nothing I

school |Just one block to exclusive 300 CLUB.G till,. Each week

E. built-in oven and range. On huge tree studdedlot. I I

than the
I ,I a Rio want a-ol specie!

$13,000 FHA $400 DOWN 1 I



1 0 I It. Want Ad SpU'ISI g gs
DIRECTIONS Turn off N W Kth A-.. at N W. nth, r'
Street follow M N. W. )nth Place turn tight ; +
model on left. l lOW '' '
.. ,..". J7I.14I'ON ',

'. .
( i r 0a. 1155 >a 110. 1ad
.l. "

live n OdlessenL AS .n 4 i "J CALL 4l


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Sunday, Nov.mba, 12, 1'64 GoIie.evilti Suit SD I


12 M. JI.M.mira. S.I. IS H nl ro. Sal" l HHM fw S.IIOWNER 1\\ ,

'41 SKYLINE IIC 10 I PR toller. you CAN IAVE 11100 on .n,15 T II
TOM I P I t t S I P A'I A.r can* i very .''co. Hick.ary I **. t bam ham. Cantrel ...... Vt kethl Mt ,III ktt.dinxnal. .. dl.Nw/N11r.y.
Hill Trailer. Park, vntHi9 Suit' NI 111.11.5, c..rt and. *arua. -.. tancM
S l tfllfIJ., I ; i lt'U ARC ACML MAD alter. .:31 or __ 110.000 .... Call 37.4311 yard ...,... aaal __'" '

Uw P A'ID'"t.T > 1 IR. ana _. raemy IJY DIRECT, FROM IUILDIR Mln' PHA ar pay aaulty an* eo
puma IV,* VA ..,,.".... I1MNl
ACROSS 26.Ringed 'L It I P I T I R 05th. apace w. ,luf welt 11II cerad It tar ONNt, Ihaulra Skit erica 5, I"':.: tr.-.l:: Mth PI. Cell 37J.t.... t t1

1.- Kb. 28. DUpalci at 1111 Nl teth TerIIPORI PHA .. VA, tin Nl INN Ter
p 'L A V I D t L t T t I D INVESTMENTearner
+ 4. Hanrat 29. Denl.l MEW IS' *14. 1 llI sobs, Nuts Edwldl.M fi70"
N 30. I A R t I I D C. S. L Nona ENnpI.to.y Nmisbod OuIT" T OWNM. beaulllul hame for M
trodden ShIl; aeia to NW ........ I Media tramMyre 4 Irm I kalli
A I D11.Maav T II 1'1 t D W t M
t 7. Croat S2.Jlllmalllf' kl.. MybH Home Terwllllger .._. Must ba Potential. ktnlneee
SS.Cotdcd R 'H L G t R_ e It nil' .35W .1t0 01 SJl.II1. lean I* M paraclete. Call PR 1m N. W. aril llraet

NEW Numb. lS.CoaUaoui SS.Clamor It G <. S. S U .., I fill Soy eaa w tor to*. 1.1010. J7IUNTRADITIONAL I
: /IOra., Appro. .111 NW ISM It. 1 IR home toWetl
tn 36. Most 1 G c. I. S C. 0 U T .. It 1W :;:rr.-ti: oh5555 Irani. Peru nso: dnwn and 11 per Glodya Smith Psalter
A n 4101PMNnty 121 w. UnlwnNy Avo.
14. Cutting up fhe. ar will ronf tor
81411t : Neet la-loolsrl II. I D S I' II R It GO ......... "''. Phone "PJ nmtociiad m per -

c I .., TO .R v 't t 1'1 Tltlll _
shaped 39.Jap. D R Marietta. Hlllcraet, WWI 5Mrrarn. tty ro '
eer ft pem Manar. an 'laig earner ... l.. I .tory, 1 ...._ "1'
17.SuptrliUy iborigln. (iluUeu To Frldiy'i hide) cocas. MMjhhorhned, canvanlenf On laraa. tat. lit
l h oT ending .o Reduce to II yaan to the MaMI* Nana"SERVICE .. and ihupaewj.. fink _".... Plnley' art

1\ 18. Mora rigid ihe* 2. Army or. .. 3.1.1 or 'UI_ b"77101.IV "?. Jtm" "PWV- CMVMI.t Per nmtartaMa Iwm and 115110.

19. To anti '2. Brit baby Reer Rama HAS BUILT Nth Call Mr*. Cerellne." NayaeJ7

20. Eng novel b g S. .patlb 7. Scorned OUR BUSINESS" NW sotla t.r NN, M >U ]
Ut 43.ic t.IDI boat I.: Woody Phone PR Mali. Glorfvi Smith Realfopim ,,

D. 21. Su, god 4 4.Lixivium .. Nally Tlnei. BAIRD MOBILE NEAR .HI 1 lit, Tile MIN.'olI w. Untvanlty' Ass
It L*. Dl area knock bar MOVING I OUT OP STAT. IN 30 ]
A 22.Retiring DOWN metal 9. Pok"bel HOMES In Kit. Ponced ...,... thidyR S doss an* I da .nef Intend I* laev

23. EIem1 I.JAYUa 5. Fa&her 10. Co off :eo: M 1115 bide.A\: I 5hM UNSOLD HOUII ar mava myfurniture. ,
at Oca 1001 NW 311 ", 375 Can M lumkhd
court 1050.I ki NW eectlan rn. I both. Nm0. -

I I J : ..J ll 2.Kn-t PVSM e.0 3751 kf:101.: d0 caraart, CCI. I yaera 115 / now Mrna With' Ca.hN
16.: Turkey etkofFurnpt lullMn.lt. Occupancy: by Chrlit.mai. ft H, Tea many nice. toeturet lcd
Q II /t /0 II LOTS FOR SALE UM Wows and Miume I'l lumiihin t* _,left. DO NOT
tall imieii" afford H4Iwra
Alia sad can
l$. .Plgprn19.Brothrr c..... u. ...... OolUlllu, Du".'"sMARY 1 _par 1741 p.5 NW Mir hrmllur..vo11aM5 Ter, Call ye mi.IVINt 5n. .._II, tncl N... 0..S.
"4 IJ I" alM tote toned lei Aptv worth el Mmael. MW funk
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE I laky Sitter*. Child c... MOELLER, ., AIM | IR |.t' 101'0".... Nun Incl waihar axvar. ....
kama. .
I0. CUppcri meianrv lulll to 1,55 55 watS M000 0000.dOll .
5IAMSTd r I : Ccnuioffungi REALTOR kitchen, root ....,. PIRIPLACI, krallar, tor llooa. MM warm
IXPO.'INeOD IINY 101 23 10101 W. Unlvartity' Ay* en knulltul! let .
619 IWnKir Ill,
Dreaimekln and III tvpee eltereflone. PR 04471 .... N awlty tar IMM and eeeumetwie I T
ReawiaDle rein W r kuerentoed "1 10 IM lw Din PI. i7raii.il.inHUNO tar 515 i em, If tun apgaaiito
,n. 17MIU' er tame PLAY SCHOOL 24. SrupldltyJVTliUBilnul LARGE eeutltul ton to N Wlattlen ii i f'iM'Noilti yen cell ITMeTt.

by nil N I. 010 piece. Val' III Ind 505 MU vaunalt. IT Mooted adlecent to city Nl 11th Dr t ,*. I 10"' .. kit
1" t1 If lS "ttailte" with paved etreeta. eewer awlppMl'
TIRED DIPINDINTT SE Ph II PR 4'Ibb ewlrel heal, law dawnaavmant
tr4WL6\\\uCh 27.Womagradual iity watar, AIM large toti eveitam IIU3 par ma. .._
Lit EASY teach I so
drlv* and ga alone you II FEMALE HELP WANTIDCHlIlSTMAIIILL'NeJ I. I' II 4T M welda, Reed kill I miiei, end I... 51. Cell ,. l-Uat .. NEW
Ruth af Dawn PR 13"
wry aeymer
an* tonne .
Inert Drlvlnf InilrucllM In a Ji 34 arrMNd.Magian. BUILT I
SI. Buffalo m KITCHIN tan keet
Opanlngi" tor I 1 eeloelodlet Ina.
Dual-CMtrd Cwleevry ...rtl.. Nov. 3* thru Co".,"'... 32. CompctttorSS. _HI'iv. McCoy ITe-Tie I equity I,*., .111.. 10"tkan'..FAA MN*tor nwn UK* New 0,.. a

KUT 'N !CUIIL BEAUTY &ALON Apply Mr. landeter Rutherford IJ.I Jf >> Smack merit ., will pad IO-
Molls to Itlllan ar Relied Quilting RAILROADSIDING 1.005 Ill* Nl elk Dally
lea ludgatAll 101 W Unly. Ave.IXPIRIINCIO ... St 35.5403.. J
do Will MnNd.r haM
wark fluerenleedParm. ere to Wool elrandiUnity Two Village Or*!.
I! ug thanvoet II up MIN proaMr moot Ian ,badl05. I" J1 3' ::. War LOT M oar MIN trOINr or "e. i
be willing mava fa Pelerte,
CN.aS w
Ava. tTt-IIM .soosmpr.ry
14 I. Univ.OMs !by anat. Cell III :winkle daytime 311. _.,. pllow' .. handklCNN1e.IIMnt J7. Cunt togelher NAVE lerga. eemmertlol M with etyleei Sloe an* ..
Ill, or .leO' 173.1717. with "I L.ciola/105 MOII.o50N JI 5 4y j niiraM ,",''. win' erect euii* AMERICAN I .. I ..: .
hi to lutt tenant 0''..
POttro Alt, on.IO' .t 11 Millie FIREPLACE 1
6 SPECIAL NOTICES COUNTER OIRL wanted ne .* ....tIIl" frost IN r '''' II .It I.ChPs SS. W une1. tau MM. PR M4I>. HOMI Pomp -
., 43 4f .
aerleflca nocauary Apply Park 0 All erlcl uliritr railed; All any 500550455141 sod oak.N.
TRICHIM LIQUID' JMIROIDIR? Lena Cefeterle, Oelneivllla Shop fly* canll M calm tor : 41. &perwlo IY OWN! eeeullhil aped W. Marts tlraelaca racial .'
1M 5500.15 scat .oCItlns' bobby ping Cantor Na phone cello. '00C M*, ..*. arrvllaae (arkMtln /Molly.01 aullt-M. .
Will patient add II cents toraaclt ,.P -- 11/21 I..1/NRy Uodo.Mad..eS
23 .
tar III'''. M riming. Ml Ilk. |WUt
.. Phone write Lanka An.drawl .. Chen with areailatl bar .
ar MIDDLEAGED LADY lean near pattern tor ut leti mailing" T..,. 51 MNMS MO.N..Nlo
P. 0. a, W""'"" ...... PI. Waldo to da three hn. dally end tpeclal" 01... land t* Laura 1744101 laviihiy ,laMKepad central' -
HY 11132, houMkeepIng around neon far an Whaeler Oalnaivllla' tun Nfr-.. A ACRIS, all N Pool INN pr acnl0X1. heeling k all caMlllanlngMM. 555th III N.. 0555N sll.0I Ie
Edorly" ", ... T. C. O"n' c,." Dtp. P 0. In Ul, Old' 1,00. Coil Mil. kallsy. 3.. .Mand .._,. Chelte 1. I/th A'MId S I TA
SUGAR CANE JUICE to I. Wolde en Hwy ... Cnelwa Itetlen, Now York IIN 3111.. ant Inl ar ITtilil altar N W. erae, licallint, terme
COME II cow mill 11* ml. Will V Print plainly' PATTERN A ....... walable., rNMgIMM; .
of J. M. Flelde' Plate NW UrdHvd MAIDS' fuarenlaea' aooa- NY In* "UM'''. NAME ADORI1I end {IINcoml. /
Phan PR HIM.LOSC to 1ol>o. Ul US oaakly' fare ION. U M.I. Help Wante l -Jala. Hel, W.ntaaltietlanal 10 PITS SUPPLIES LOTI N. Kral each an hard i
....ne.... H..ld Eslploym.tA.Mry. -.1--3 1ASfRICA .
WIISHT ealoly, with new Papt 32. Lynbraok N.Y. NEW P05 1WI :305 dedand' FOREIGN IMPLOYMINT Inlormatlan YOUNG moa ..I.. Mona M aun CHIHUAHUA; PUPPIES blacks. Iran hlwoy nabiyKT I lOnG 1 IIEI '
Din-A-Die. T "tiOnlvtlcenH COlli.. M SIw "'...... tor a Priced P11.054141313., AErcR1Cllo1m I
CHRISTIAN WOMAN neadaaV Pull mora .dyke. t. tnll. eroc"l MMawrl CMiilurctun. std C_. Druoit I Gaaa paying avarwetWrlla __ lelary' end e. :!
ar pert time lifetime amir.Ity PVa 1 PRE patlamL atbroldary. Moll eell. J71II1I. acs h/s W twIlIt matt .. I' .15- ,I
liparlanca {u day IcIMal, 101'0' c_. Sand IS 101Io wi ,,_ .......... _.... car "'"'.-. Roily to $25 t NOw N.N.POROyc. .
laky Sittm, Child. Car rnMilnr MIpNlam lie* aiaekly _.. tor ne* Needlacreft c....... 1M1lyi1P.l''on ....k. lie ... MIA: Gemeevllle." lun.Wentrd "'i a AnOC'1I, INC.
old up. Na ......ltlon. Write 5.auldaDOPE Ml, Ireoaolen leacK, ---wNtSVi'Li: ARIA IEAOLI PUPPIES:l ii'', 'ALTOII I72-7070
.. ,... ,Olld,... by Salts Rudln Ca.. JJ Meet MadUtor. VALUII II COMPLETE GUILT' a mm to werk Made won Oosd NMtlna IIIIC Sr ..... Cal all W IInlY 314 1311 I
..,. slabs or Sod) In wy bead SI.. Cnkaae 1, III PATTIRNI M "'u... new Quilt NEW ....... ""....on. Salary aluaIna _. an 10,0511 ot M .1055 MM M,.. Wal..ms'.. It FE .111' Mappl ---
to tl lOCI..... .porlonced. Oil leek Par beglmera .....rt.. tend _101101I. halo owoaty 5115 Hoe per _.... Age aver II. II w. 14 W.he,fpoel PraaartyMtl
P 11 3-1451. COCKTAIL WAITRESS N l.55 Mwl ta Oainetvllla.. Mapliae. 01'.... Mat car, above ell won la tookIng pitS

WILL KEEP cllltd,. In my bona 0.::: :::rw"M Woos to Thlnty, rr cantiaMllal. taiK auamkellanaummary for e way to eat out af thecallacllane 4 KITTENS ah* Mama CM *nd DVU a1M II .... 'roe. mM1
!by ton hour. day. or ..... 101Sw 17th SI.Eldorly ta Oaineevliia awn Sod and canvemnf kuiUnau. y.uns Tan Cot. ....... _. AN I tcarokhd
H'o A". lady to lead health, will 12 Mela Hala" Wittrae N/-A. We have toe many laeae 37..7011. Mudd win WI w Sooner lateryou'll
37"_. hara home oatro.. with r.> tar yon t* work t* ..po.Idslot. yeur _" Many "."'". OnWINIFRED or
Haw.* ", lddl. ego* lady fir EXPERIENCED molor ar_r .01" IBM ANDELECTRONICS ad der 01,01, by 501115dor BOB WHITE QUAIL Loll 500515 P. IIoSNro L.w15 .
EXCELLENT Child Can In clean. comaenlanihl Alechue 4enan also Prsarwnt p05111.1M II 1M M,. .11ro5It Drawn ..., II ls aack _'ry C.
name. Ponced yard. Ret- NudItld. _... Wed lie' Holiday Inn, PrMey t toPM I Live, arlcad accardinf ta I
: = I WAITRESS WANTED ed to A'...... Caunly PlaaM, r.. let II AM to I PM" .us. OIl and. auentltyAUmi H. CRAWFORD
1rak51.PMna PR .5133 i HOWARD JOHNSON ..'T. ply to 10. 44A fcelnarvllla MilInveitlgela Trainee wanted 11-3*. High echoeler I I to I PM ar Bhen* 171-nil tar AII<_ Plarlae Re 11 a 1.5. "" want a Butler
,.....,. i7l
Na experience noc.eiMrv I PROMITIII
1ppplnf,0M1.I6WNk wins
WOULD like Stir CMMml to ,... Apply" 'In parent tUO NW IOT it tlw' appartunlty with aur llertlng Mlery" geoandln. AKC ...,Is/.r0.. Irl eelered Collie AOI I mllee .... at .
for Itl cIa, .... private, _e. Peel WAITMSItractive Stoat III swat. ... MIN, and 55rslcI dept.ILECTdOLUX en ....lIlIc.._ Oppartunlty' foi Washed ......1..1.HIAL "',.. I mala, en* I tmulei .. 3-lost.
tree t* come end talk. to me. U7 ..., II. 4:15 N 53a CO.,. advancement to ever III.- Re.hxate may aa lean at ml Nl INN
IW tod Piece P M. lundevPJetteurent 011. 001_" m. NiN 110 15.lasvicl M Delloi Tools tar 14month ANAL LOT 15.1 11I N. III Orro.LM. Bros. home. Why
'" N "I will I.'a a... ot Star C.... C_ 'rico.ttSlo
aSWJWOTHfH full Miarlad fabielation
KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE PH STATION' ATTENDANT work a elderly lady to her home. Traet.mem tI.n .
Day. Week or Month af 7yr. aM child' NodsIlv.ls ...porroqu''...., doywart. atlood .ySoNl 515.5, Upon ..500- tor retarded The ball ef MaWI H...... Pw Ul PR ...7ieIUMMI .
....... .,... will be a wall111.INralla JWiene
Pool 'noll 10' you ... .... --
IJ*> NW SIN AVO. n"u7 nail" ta take avar com.pieta care Cell 4 ue* after --
reipanelMHtlee' at heutelMldtor Slat 'd. 1 Istrshal 75. ayln.rS. 05050101l.r III wteralcs.HOUISEEIPE5 15.3 TlCUIHA 5.500 h111.r,. II eIl. *HUMS not !

I wie. Middle" aged wllltaDOUILI WANTED lint claH aady man andpaMtar. ISM epocialit' ..and......won POan 11110'I" ,...... _"... IIN w A' t1Wu1N lawMe, SIWLars. now
1yOml. ,._. mi*'. Ooad pay with pall, v.. platall.t tone u* payment of 171II .....,..* 0 U. CCIanpan
1 dIr00M. Veen (win' YO" ... 'lrl' wl.55 ly furntUiad, ..... llreelac. A*
cellan M to Mr.IALII : ,. I eatoN oath
anlryaanarel baekb.seln, w Aptly aarign 5433] ... ; Prow, J1ey AI
worN In G"vllll 5'a. cM to Mil t had water tuning
William.. I I 0 "M" MI C.. ladySlop. ef Alechue' en Nevraarry Id Callenytlma
alike Work far f .
Sun Iequipment '' S lonlor11H.Ip ,
3elurd.y WrIte 1154001 flwiermeni ... .... Wymer
.. .
........ IN: la IN 11M MNl1. .M "'. '.11_. PlerMe. elter 4PM 411.1151. TounMl. Phone p* 1,1111 in* '
Mon mru Pr,. Typln ......ry. INOINIIROraduata M.I. or Femel THWfsr- 0.... P1. ALL CITY SERVICES
Deoklleaplnf eNperfence helptulCell ,. angMMr ar eaual far WOULD Ilia to* to home ee aaoa.
I ..,. _. _. W"' Prl. TRAILER SALIS
"'511 for IPIX. .
large eggreeelve pra-etreae cam ORGAN'ST' fo r "'''''sY end W t.
aanyi Sales. team Mary, won.l.nd noMey ......k... Na choir lelary Would eemwar I day lab aeti I7M walda lee N IS Hawei far tal.
Want Ads 12 M.I. Hel. Wanted1COLOP.ID rawma to ItraiKan Inter Cell 17MIM aventngiIAIIXLIP.K HI i'll, SAyS Mclnleehe Af Palm ,... PMtalKINTUCKIAN FERN WOOD MANOR 1
........ IM.r 1MI NW 17th Ava. mawia MOMY SELL AT COST
tar avanlnl *1N, I' hhw4. ln.lt.ctlM .. Lively new .IR Home to Mars, t
EXPERIENCEO BAKER Miami, Pie Cell 44..131.CNEMIITS. I Ia' 4Y alum. 1501015. 5.711.MN
II-- :' 3 N P M. ta II M. Aptly C..,... .0011.. ....._ 1M. ...... ..._ l'. "'I. k of camp aaMl
Part-TI_ 372.6232 '' ..._ Il fir.LM ,Inn, InII W. Unly. A ra.AMIMARV U. *. CIVIL; SERVICE TESTS! d .. _'C w0501.. .1,151w leeullful wneid Me tot $12,250 UP
TI<""te'' .. I yro.. bank N. p1si5 ..11.. Men II n. llorf kigri aeIU t... a. 1M _... l7313ls Mie Drive oround any hoot.. .710
abeut Mnr.wk.ae ,
Sol_.. ......IIne. .._ od.I .
Get Results welter .......,. Moll ba neat. sal.. or Nmall. 57401 to $1005 ..parlan45d ..,__ ..;;'f...: : :. Proeerelery tretonoceuery. otto 01 5"'. .... r m II"ru
Apply ta airian enly* t IN A.M.Cermanallee I, yr. M. ..tll,01"' Th uuaNN 111; M/N (0_" W''lawIp $400 DOWN IHA
7M :W, UnKr Ava.Sell E55Norst TWO MIN etmr&lV1l .. 7$1001M REALTOR PRIR "Infermetlen anMlerloe 14<111II"If. M, II oak hat toll. NOTHING DOWN VA .

fer prk.tl IIII wer1.Wrln .. rrlerltt.M5.l.lM. Iflf W. Unlvenlty' Ave.Caauta r _'r_ WrltoMOWILL 00 N W. JIlt N. raf, INv'. act WOUMT .114 .s $100 CJMi-iif Cut
OOAY Sass 051MM5 ,
I. M. 602A w 1111515 PE ..1171.MOTON ll'nww5 = 17551/1 *rva*. lull..*. P. Hi'r ;
.or5/M. .soon, --
0.,..,.",/. los. ere and drernmefi Ul* ar. I1rACCSIrn O./rN1111 ... ** CCI. houeo air *>ad 'iwntihtm ;; ;
..on., aeit SsaIOIl.5" and lIouTI ALaIMANCAaRES aaal memMrehl* Ian* *n.171M silt.PER
AVON Ion,. waerlanc IMN ta I7KHBy TM/as. salar -I lUIINIIICOLLIOIRIAL 12' WIDES per ma. MO ef Mat Nl MOM MONTH
W. baw aea.lsps III IITAT SEAM
lull .
Or er eon I7>net.
Fast r'Y"GI"'A' O'OUINN N0na5. S.ed ear0M5. H you CLAIIIINOWPOIMINO
CALLING C"on! ,1.115.1P. binS harlapr/allsO w dolls 5Ssws H.INNINO 2 BR under $4,000 m THAN S/NT. f 5. i WALK TO SCHOOLS
on i i run win' 552 D55. 010 II ,.. PM.Ii. '' motors 5.511. 5l5ON1.M MIh
0 2143.lMN1. 11"10 5watn01tr plash' e.II M,. W. Unl. A.... PS .Ito'. USE OUR ber11sd. loo ..._t NNuaOs
WONDERFUL with .. ".. Clrculellan Oaat.. ..._ RENTAL PURCHASI ...,... w. bane MwralN .
"HAVr A villa/ Wry 311-1111. ant H. I laMam NEON KHOOiKnoet PlAN c... tm. Call AlAC"UA 4 IK, Inch fr.n( C.lopil.li. N.w flnlihlnf.M / .
CHRISTMAS THIS YEAR. NON CORP. OP.'N1Mw > It b.y h.. Na11t, A w I r kM "ALTY AISOCIAIE77.114'
Ntka N .'"= '.. Ill P 0. .. '110'. JauIw L_ b55e1dna lost paymo.t
Sell .... yam ....... I. Person aepley d el.s fer won w. N's.Ks line PII' 3111.Real : TOTAL COST SPACIOU{ -""';; .p e.-; ; hi I ''c., $15.125, $'25 D.."

kepaJe ..4 Hfc*. *W _It Ion. Ml mooM II II 14-Salae Mela WaMei OP CONTRACT Will If III -----11
Ava.. Write P.O. Ida 411. 55 ,.... II Sob Prson00la r/a: Estate Exam fryr, ftoancln* avallaaa. aa aaaraclalM at Ml Ml anII '
don/l with .soon n1Son.kN ... ON I 01 ,no 'root II t,0a '0 '" | laaraam I boWs, Ira "'.
Galneevllla, Fit. af call FR to Tkle II |reunfleer aaaar.tunlty notion kai apening to Oalnetvlnearea cou... DAD ANDSEBRAD LARSEN M'' roam wa ATTEND Iraa
2-0421. with chance ef tor atax111 man aetwaanII Plrat SOW h......... Sorb w : 0.r.
= ten NW em M CMI tn.an. lAKf.lNIVATRAttIR l.rt 0" ilrh St. Of 19th Terri"
rapid tea 4 41. High echaal saran. race. P* | net Manaaer at Howard Johmen .-.. good Horttn pay moat MEN4oamaoNNNNh.SMCIVIL. Mill or. > MURlv .

PersonWANT Motor"" Ledge Monday evenlnf at loop traMMe ones". unllmtted SERVICIEaaetln.lsns. 001 Rt.a5S .11W.....S....I. 1/1 ONLY I "MI''N 1105 d.m.N05w a0. '
FURNITURE 7 M II "M. MarsTWO _,,, lor _''one_I. A Butler Brothers
.. Per 0.Nwsat4o sma5. w aamar, I I*, I bah
MIN WANTIO II to O.parmanent liranl.w Scoop .. lead 00,01. adreW I Pala 5e. an I {W. aatry. 4 stow. Pur.Clwa .
UPHOLSTERY raiidante, mm a* macnenlcelly N. ....._. 50..15 ,5 C I"I Key TreuUna Ill w. -CONNOOY: ULlJe, UN N ma, I
Per tot ....lty oarlimanili tocltoad. May aManP.AOIO I7MMI ar 171."'" .... If. _:;:.:i. lilaa P's at aanr tataraii BUILDERS
tne. Itl
_IIIIGO' pwlf II IT oD"--- Mawie MemaJlaiai ka at ant i* ltd M laN WIN
tad you ear 5.11105 Call ,...- paooucti 1I1TMAND TYPING ldnom maN.S NOON M.Oyt1w kiaa Id t. CaMecl annar aailed, DAILY IT2-t54S NIGHT |104ICOMPARE
1T2'"I42 ......
M.0Nr. J1Jo1t1t. a I. A M. Make Hg" money euaalyln kenwe.Ceomallce Clod' 5rslua 1005..J. pear aiumat : Mailiaml' niTtn
GAINISV'LLIUHOLSTIn IIe"'M' Cwr10t CINOi Drive 151 ,. I mltee
MIPITapa RecaraarTVtechnician. HauMhal tleml sans 505 .....'... Su.ln.. CalMN. .elneevlll en U .. ... ..... n.--; f car taraari. (It,
Permanent aeelllan. men 4H dully said iredvcte .. ITS W. IIn" Ass.P. .,..." low Nw Mm Tar. t.w a M tau
IM .. INN w. ADS tot pay. raauler hwra and e ercamaeny Your ant IN arr cent write II 4155, ....... kiyar with PHA rMaf.
P0.. Uu51Ma.-Pkt M addu0wr5. _'II. Apply to PIR.KM tor celeWl' OOOOIII. 4N N.Nh.p. FEDERAL QUALITY Iff tun par ma. lair am
i I ta II A M. 050A / '''. TO.M HOMES INC. iiaxna aaat. Call in MIr !
21 Uvmrwk luppllaeII _.
PM COUCH am N. Mate H ii.iD MOII MONEY/ .: bead was NW. t>m at OamanMaPR

WATCHMAKER WaH wort Kgeandltlanei antra manovll MM Wash ton N.' I Ina ..110 wold""a. Mill WON Mr. wlirwoofT aVaa. tw-ri: 1
molt be evaarlancedan mat me eaaarhwnM ..> Miea.avar IIN, con M esod lor .... Ian CaMlai Central *V<. ,,_
have Pie Mcenae M,. Tucker W. has son r won N SarO POs, ....m.. Mo''_. IT ... M nil NW II* Or SIN l.0ms. THESE HOME VALUES
Je.ilry Dapt t. M palls |M -.,. Wa auarenlaa low aNN ....fIIIIII0>>1t
all.. keyr puS cammtaUenMM II iLY..1i'i fa*. r 3331alt.N BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE"
1 ....n.... Nw I ....., I It:0I' Canta Oaky Parma, ma., Hew
Kevttana C vi therne. Pie. Trailer Sales ti; 01"" tr..
SALELAST : Parry ,: : : : ana .... tad .,.tJYI. S..,.rso -.... I...
Sun Want ...... 5.010/555 It r O .
.. willt I "M 411.01 N5h.ro s& 50y0..st osspool !!
I .., -. .. Snsw. 131.S WANT '0 KNOW MOW to praaerlyftatth ..
". w 01' tor markett Than p. -.... -.. -- 'Ji..: ::
hot li'M
N. I4 your III/Ill
I," It. W_' 405 ......- r
50 end ,01 to Wow's X51.Muti.
64s .AIIII..AM.
OF Keen ea tm* 1M aid CPI 00.,...rla5arNro rlrlt 55051 a.... "amt BUY YOUR NEW
4ds GetResults VOCATIONALLY 0I 'TUII'D' Mull at par eenf r..0.-J.:: 1 511. HOME
I"" Our la*) may MKata a eaMinal Pure Moor.IMX OtaNS -. 1141 Nnsad l55N part M. ea,. .
ONLY 4 LEFT tan,. MsW 0055Mnr WIll W '' aamawlll ar Alacku 1m wlvar larMeaPIMM aieiialOtwa. 1.- -. .,..... lIP Nod. woo eww DEFORE DECEMBER 31
Nan SOON ...-.. NOS 50004- H. NW nm Mraou "' ,, rapry rods III
balsa w Por50 00 b1/rsNsl "l.tiJ Pw .054 Sala. mat' ..,.. 007 a AND SAVE YOUR
Salary 5.5001 .h MOS [U tcM5 "T'AVAILAII Oar ON' PS 3-all'. 1154 NI lIst

50 X 10 I 13-1. pMrnd Mush l .... 10 PITS 4V SUPPLIES I IIiif HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
005.7 .._.... CIIIt _. '- Mean Mom Pak ,'iin ihr 1 Mjr00a. 1.0

2 BEDROOM n .303 ___ I rrrmrIHI..... -1 CharM I MILAN.Net. _.aa., Mgr.Phana ail 1111.155 1M.east al W w S 55lu.n_.W [ I ,MOWN. 5! IIYleerAPP.RM05t
Ml e.A.C WW toad en* IfiY NllyRky
month rag Ales
DOWN 555.49 .r 11/4 07* P11.
$412.50 p arr t .
tn X Mka55aI roo III. II IMM.large
Wa oner IM ar weaeaMt .1 iiTii --llii.IW OWN.--i n.I"; ", __ at rods aamiartegi* ::/ kp

i JA*
SOX 10 Mile A.C ra*. lire* N IM ef 5 11513 loss It 57L/al1 1, NIP NI IT2 /.W. IJt. Way = N,..::0-Hits nat.dmSp,
oraUTIS 51155
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HUM MeMacre flat sod ft wOKailAOU
2 BEDROOM GAINESVILLE NURSING CENTEROur : Wale OOcd. Call 11.001 44.55 arihd Myrk* anataal k) Ce.a,ry CloklxafnlI a.,0. orde.ad 1550. u.
Wall T. W.II C.rpajf .* PuPPlli"Taaaid: 55555 -trueftoe to wimearly S*. P. tame rag. Pie.arv ....- w boost doPR IaNral
I aII .atatea month ma t tear koun JAMEY MOIIL HOMES INC. tow Nana Ia,1hs Many Ir IwwM
DOWN $51.58 p.r i to Hue by ah.5511y --
$421.75 "'w wing will bo ,..dy obovt April 1. .Man.N".U.Nn. Ph.5,. WIN f. txm M, El.. NW UttlSf. N .fhfcMl rour aotor ethom now Call -- verflartlaK. a..SMdry lor Ikd rsOMR
Jtwvd Myrtok iwMer tn fan ine *n en* tiff 515 Nlorm.rs IW
50 X 12 Th. finol itractHro will k. n*,, moJ rn I SaPoiiG penis.C -,61 N *t Oty Lfmrli IN WlA>*(** ,:: (.-.- par axnm till dnasS 5a."p LeI a.
See t toe bait In Oatrwtill et
mat ploy MCNiwyYuA in buy lor ar (MINIM w..a Sra.NoII.ty 5f r tW.ooa.a5r.kl
sot M 1055
1y'Sad tom
2 BEDROOM 100 .bed nvnlptg h.", .. 01 ", *. Atk for *ur _tel 6Count ... MM* an lerma ef kM *ew* 5.a -, 1WO.ary 555

T pric** WI ermf *r<* -Jjy"' 11Io_ lift II W. lit Ava.e .

J4J5.61 DOWN-(59.37 ,., month Canyol.ic.nt tam No I::.:;' 0005. Won I will, no* M unoairgola, _... my ... ,,Tn > fniuii ajj u. M I eme. Die 05.

NSW r N5a. IN. ..,.. ...1...,. "- Lrii Pea boy H par me. ar IW ft. end !

50 X 12 ea,. of tko .j. ). M/,1Ayusl 114 DAC.INUNDPVMIS. _---- 2} Y. Snrk. Uyi-. l m MS.d< : IT.. INC. im *+ Norwood

AaC 11O.S A WIN OWN I AM 6 PM PSI. $050111IPM 1100
w. lift PiTlf
1 BEDROOM For fomili.1 ,....111, .... ",,, w. occ.pt A -.d w ar.w roes waver CLOSED SUNDAY -
ad had one Wad .... P* ..- : 0PM.3115Ce 0a, 1 amt, 105.15 .to Hopo

$485.61 DOWN-W9.17 ,., month '.ti..... ky the 4o* or wi oh. oa."" .ell olW a. .111.5 1 Pa .W.

"). I a**, ear aatuyowil MW.
WE TRADE Approved fcy I''.. Croti-llno Skiola for SoniorCitit WANTED ="lId-",Ian .ull If *ve. II* 1 ha/k.
51011.41 HM/1 a* p.1 -.

BUY AT. .... Controct. I : T "iioi;. .... 4I2',a! .MW. IM Of.I V.J Trod. Homol
BUY THE BEST POND CYPRESS LOGS $ raam, b.Hl N eiMhea. t6bahlr INS In

S..rri,04 by ,II.lc".. 1 eo>f: :, Ito* A-C II4.M Of Prop erty
f/vj a>. pjeo, 4f. .. tew .MtM W, flols 0..
,.Foot ...">."Kf Only C t... Sod ._ II ..1005MVNr Ill. Mf! gad t... ...1.... NftMM A*.
NORTHWESTTRAILER 4<.o.dNM_-LN ,.. 05 M.sI pope P4 as
A. A. Okus Administrator ..*) up *)i.m.f.rrrlto t p.oaw ef Iff aer ma 15e.. I'" OO ..""' .... taShc
P<* ream. Pw (...- pialN. '01Wit" JVP CALL
SALES $41.00 ,"....eI o.r Y.rrf, M.rl rto o* I toss II, NII 11. IN nlln

gaRa.M 0.... IN. US 90. For faith.,1.1.r11.tisa c.llik O.IHOM i.Ir N iii.. ld ; IaNT ... p*M *p p. fmaMte >

2702 WALDO RD. H.E. IT- 2I4 .. JI9-J 66 of 3S9.I7II colUct.! I 1 1-.:. :.-:' = Sr .

AT PALM LAND 1-010' D......., LII,. > ..,.rt c. lor Ns 5..511._ A.artwa 5015 'MA-...M.- *l HMNI BwlldS.5"0t1 .

0,.. f ......| ...>. .... rkm ....| M .... I I Jo*rvtl1o, Fie, -.t.a d w002 II ........ 4'1M_ / AI..e55410 El 6MaipolIqAr

JJ 5115001 5t55C271r

p OYIPrE /Mt3. d'arlTtR.OU.P-. +I4 tEM rWPt d0u. L.rt ,p, 70V MI0 JCI7 I 070 I eOJllllf
fr'I ALL S+O- ? /a1aD'lone wJ,1 cUr.- !
RpM.NTK 11110 505KR! 1115 1515wr P.IIr L00I 155. FALL s C1M t hiTO fVPLYAIOIova

dMdvelOU aeR[ b YrJLS ; MOiaE.-- tI ; tAS17I1 5150 d /lT>!4' ppN r14IfltKAttMNDrTKAraO /

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( JD -GoinwilU Sun Sunday November 12. 1964 1

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If Clean out the Closets tr Utility Rooms How-Pick up extra CLASSifiED c..h Ptr... to person ADS ads ore for lion commercial, users selling"' merchandise priced

1 1 10 lAYS 4 UHES $3 at bring$100 quicker.r less actl.with the lllIinl price stated lii the .... Ho additional casts far ads that ..qulro the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

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

IS H_ hietoMFORT"'I. IS H._ tW Sot.sUyDisIcTPROM1UIL0If. IS H.._ tee Silo IS H."... fw Sol.I IS H...... fw 5.IoSPACIOUS IS H..._ fw Sot.II 43 Cilamd. PropaityMCVI I 41 HOMO fw Rout U,,'.....

.. I IR nome ,. cALL-imi--O OOu a,. 101110., 10. PEON W000MANOS LOOK II to I"'HIAtt,.. rousa 0 0 I 05.Wy \ THE
NW Md. ComotoHly (urn iii labs cammhsslas, Paoads .. M now homo That M dIHorontWith bodroom I both .homo living irs.4I1tI05 WttS 124.001 WIll 'buy S br Ibatlt Now CCS I __ ON bail.loois. onulopo kllchon, dli,. .'... Plo.room. TIMEIS
SMM.. *r unturn.' MSI*. TW UnitHiPorm Names 111,401., Tile wasp loll forgo bodroomo t Mint 151' buIlt-lit, soon 0 nIbs You ought .. OM !thli ,lorgo 4 IR 110m. willS lIsfy. 05011. Mat Low 0,00 pSymsoty. Local.Pd I .". I bail', ,In Hvmom.
Agoncy i/H M. homo Wllh oxcollont I ... wool flooro, 0,111.11' bltchon, oy. hi kll......, "'DO" utility rOt ,.. I both .homo ki FlorIda, Pork. 4 A-Ci booutlfully ponolodwin I' N.'. 25il ten. overlooking IMo PR f
Nil N. W nth Avom*. MughIdwordo :: proto ponollnl, bhuttori, fomllyrm. Ito. with ........01 ...,_ aid ooullflH' londKMO 101 ,. firopioco. I win 'hi BOM.Ohotvoll Way Suildol OtIS ITU II 17 Avo.Thno NOW.
BLACK ACRESI. Inc. alamo and noor Unlv. PR HSU .- ..c..,... ...11''.... Low Lovely noighborinod Ovor txto kit..... KlulppOd, with lay 176-7It __ two luthi llophon .
001 >OY05iI. 11501117 *v Pt, living ..... Prlco fo boll otovo dltpotol lcd lame pontrvilorgo 011110 11.51. -

wim, I h..,._...-flooro... i both ina horn down bUY NOW DOWN AND PAVMINT WORK OUT TOO $250 Down VI Prod PR Mascot MillPour .. Phono P: iIM.OT ,Jltk CoIl I73J1JI for Appt.FURNISHED br-l 4 c_.. :MM K). (IOutilondlnt LI'S. Footor now.1111.01.Ichool OIHttet.....", to, month ovolkobM

Ind. claimS, oil ant *ropni" Now homoo M hoovlly woodo toll londKoplllgi. IM X S sit 'lnlsrsalsd Os 55iy5y slam.II Ownor .III.C.' .IIMit. Do You Have
$46.50 'III"CT P05 LA.G' 200 MX noir KKooli.POROVCI ...
now mar conilructlcn. Throoond FAMILY lots SI 0,5 5410 pUs. Call MolhloHn PR .. .
.... lid MM ft Inouronco.
1131 "' Oil SMALL IOIIO""YLlk. A 111.11 dawn paymotll will ...... I AUOCIATS4INC.' _371.175.
ConilfiKiion. in-tat or four bodroom, ono aid two Locotod Mar Itophon Poitor ochoolIn .11. di) ladraun. you Into thli Mot t IR, I bothCl ItI"'LoTOIt 'HII" "1.4110115 h_ aull' 'OsbitAlso. A RoomSApartment
::: now.
botho kxudlng brick front Co- NW .... .-ook Dears, omoll .
.. 24 W. UnIt 1101 55 OIls T.rrac..
homo 'to convontont NI tic 17.,131
14) both homo M ch.ll. RENTALS
....,.,. ki W woolwoo lototoo. 43-1 COLORID
Mock construction
tot Nartlisoast I.calbco. 00,055.Tsrmo. lion, C....,....,. I 5lulal'sd., "' ..011.ii'cci.'ie.roiii Docomeor '''. PhonoK
YOU ASKED Walk to Khooii., All city oorvkoo I.. It m NW 31110 P1.0W' ohPS PS H.
Priced 500LOW or
Sea of N.W. Itth Orlvo lcd N.W. l.14fl.Warl.o W. w__ N. W. I3rd CS.Irsod ot only FORDYCEFEATURES NOW RENTING ___ '
FOR IT lath na... Call ill-tut olly or ScllaF 111$ N. Neil It.BARGAIN. COST COLOIIIO ultra 51000O III Os.pta. dining ....
17..1011'"_ ww. ."'... ............ a ..._ Solo tlulrt' and fomlly _room ",'10. kit oouro.4i House to Rent?
two both brick homo. femrotodlnln. If you 0054 monlhly' poymontiIMI NW 15111 A... mi mo
.. ..... asides kllcllolt alSO, MT
$65 MO. WILL, Mil for baa thon OPPT.IIO room "...,_ KJOM.Tormi Suds mIoI.. V55 tti15
voiuo' on* only IMi down I INCCI N W. Mrd Ct.bolhl pica I ,". I both .homo to usa lltraas torree. m17I44S7 -
2& 3 BEDROOMS 01 0..h 1110 KIlls, 05505 MaIl TWO bodroom i hoino"wifHrnlihod, REMEMBER-
....11. tocotlon many Iatidsc.o.d 101. NW. Only" IIM IoWa PHA.
I bodrsoll hooni ttt ... a. IbId 5151 Waler NSaOoc 4.110 Sal Prank Dick.kin ..._ or Jw 0...
..,.. .."' call 1704147 and with, lIla H. Han now. ..1111$ COW I
tool" tool FlorIda room OPEN HOUSE
OIrue'..... TIIrai b.dati. Iwo INttorwa$540a.OIis aol Orongo loklInttih .. PI. Pbans _
ot nil NI ?IhTarr.cI.
.trnn I CorMrllooloro ooo floorbtM tot fl'..'..., lor... IM.... N. W. D'. Ct. UNIVERSITYREALTY povod ttroon. tao ol Nl tunTor. HI.lltl. A r'rudi vacancy
Momlllcont drooloco Mil off
i w.MIill OUTIIDI city I llmlU, I IR CCI ..,_ with >n or cttlldrstv.lay o or call tor opooMtmont 211.
tlnlihod. cloy onr lowly, I, ,in wit 1 br I both tulsA[ CLIAN'" I bodroom homo
I Formica abi,111 ,crsar.d In porch, Della, lor- room olroody 'ml or 3717170
!.,In kllchoni IfbI.. 1320 NW SOIl It, Now. lIla, root, tliod: kllclion (ownorlo liiutllul Aero Lo'.. N. W. Urd WIW, ova loll OIl. l laIll.' ,In Carol I....... Pr..or Mrmo.nont COSTS YOU MORE .

T.rra000fiaarso barry *d. ot ...,111... NurMry.Com. a lila contractor aol this Was Ct. Mi ovon ft ratios. .oouiiful lola 45 rurnfihoi Apt. couplo' no .,..,. oludontl.

lath vonltlolII out or call 17..2119. tIll' .homo). Inown by oooolntmont ARAOI OP lOOMS MODIL. 1111 N. Mold ... Ph 9714111 >.. tot Only' 110.IM. Cams ON .1. par mo. 37'1.1731r than the ad that
tIlls .
nomt H P M
All city otllltlMlidowolki only "but wby not .,1.. pottIOM .... ... ... ., lundoy, Nov II, t bothi control aIr" ......
Ouollty on* ". ... o>c.f W. M, un. M, 01 M71 N.W. :M It. I IK living room, kllchon ""h
BEST BUY Nf lot Avo. Sod m hIll bail I I.., ..,u.. Anal I I. Mcloughlln. PronkRoby N. ..... Adultl only UT tOO 4 ....tI.., coroort, built."kl kit- will rent It!IHr.
141 monthly poymontit bargaIn No low. Mr oily T. It. ZlT.OUIIt Roy McC_. ,. C. I)..... Low 434 IW Old It Call PSI-dIll elm Unfumlohod. Almost now.

$11,250$12,550 bras.. 1 botnOOP. $1 I ,000 '11"- 'Ho J,. Monthly poymonlt wills, till I Md- -l IIDHOOM 'URNliH.D- gill' IM 1744114 Or J71.7J5J.

dlnlnf room 101-' SIlO I room Homo In N W. Built in 'ARTMINTI. OLD HOUSI war Mlconopy 4 '
05 parclta aid 05 :=.pay.on101 for LASSITERREALTY JWK out. S r.ooa, A.c loll 01 Colt 376-I302. IR, I Utn portlolly kirn. Ront what your

$100 CASH. VA Id > IN tot fho owner Ie Vno...."rplH"I I. '''''_ Down poymont'noKl.10.' fro ,In ...,,- for I days work
rOOM lOll N W. lIlt Itroot" 1470 Con Fvdyc 171-IZIo. ; 4 IR APT. ...11..... Doc I wook by mon who con wor vacancy COSTS
coil rum Wallop W. Woumon-RMllor IK NW lIlt T... 1101 in*. For oppo'ntmont ,to Orovoly' GrEta Sod. do odd
$395 CASH FHA 372-8404 IXTP.AI to too, loot. moitly yord --. Or, will,
Gladys Smith. ballot 111) N Mail II. NW LOCATION for only 11750001 hi... IntliMM .rot,..., rono. C'" 17..1125. rant ot 171 ..... 4001304.N YOU EVERY DAY

HUGH 1004W. Ulloar.IIy, Au.. AT LAST and tocludoi the teltowlngi' tune w......., T.V. MIOMIO, tucolloiittor NUIt CAMPUs I .It dubs, apur,. W. I IP.. 1 both IIM M
JUIT OUTIIDI CITY LIMIT' -. bedroom moitir I outre tarsal Sacdsosstrg lid ,loris 5055, 101 "'...,. 501 015. MarrIed' csurlsuanly. N. I I IP. I both 111 00 until it is rented:
I IP. fromo nouH for ool.* 50 ", CIMAND Ipocloul I IR I both homo feeturn two Sails, control" hoot, p.rouoftoon IMI" I lrlbailttm.Os NIl SuilakI, 050 pots. PS'null. I IR furnlihod M C....,,,. VI....
EDWARDS, Monookooof 54, $11 nIl.. .01.140' lorgo iwlmmlng pool o'. piorMo room. built, tokitchen M>Ittd T...._ Call $0rdycsFORDYCE MARY
I tImih.: PItatta 275-lOll. fro lorgo living room, modornkltchon MOELLER
cIty Hugh lovvordt Inc, hot rttumodto double port. arM
INC. Normwotf O.inoivlllo. oconomlcol, RIA ...... utility room sod many ..ttiermlnge I IS 0109,51.4 :"back 0.111. REALTOR tf RENT: YOUR LOSSIS
I IP.. t oottw c....... famIly, WITH trK _.,. Lorgo room con MUM met you will, like. him, Marred' : 54I :;;.. laml I Hit W Unlvortlty Avo.PR .
N.!. 15rhSrr.ot tN room, built'" hi kitction c...,. All brick front ol itudy rocrootlon. room, 5.01's tot ........, Ott aois i 2020 HW lIlt It. 27047071dayL I 44471II : PER DAY IS:

.1. 28* A... hIt, Mon A4 111.tot I7MRIPAINTID Rool plutor, w.lll MothorlnLow. wing' L.... tot. one. S ASOOCIATSS, IsO, In-_ '.M. IICTION I IR. I both,
176-7971 do.. 551 mO. 4115 I' ,411I ,... *> Torrouo floorlPormlcl Call w for ..... to HO thli do- MOlT oMrocllvo lid hm then 117., 0,... Povlyoa. ...11.. CCI homo. SOS- CoIl
? 'ud 11.""' _. PS .Wt4. S*> coMnofl Iroblo ..._,"'. Lltl THAN 550" ThrM bedrooml, two botho RIAL IITATI CONSULTANT NeWLY last otuoontl OICORATID Old auploo AnTS wIll Col- uinjt MlwoM mo. I A.IronoJonM M. ... MT ..... .. .... par doy

... IIi loddo 'lowni tUMC.IAROAINI. NW "..lei. room II"" .... w ll. DIck lonkl Proncol Hough out chlMron aol t ,. M.
out Nowborry
Inoldl *) profornd Oil
Air ad Mtio borbecue Occuooncy SaraN 0...'_ Horvoy ...,... ... ... ..... ... flM per day
.. 47J-nt. 47HJ71.for .
CCI .... ... SItS for S conditioning or
O. C. 3 5 4 br for 1.01.un'u,..
Ml down, 171 pormonth ella M days, ly eopolntm.nlonly Say Dudloy 00,1405'
.. 010,005 511,575S
MODELS IJOO. _IIy. Ml por monm h lim .tool. tot W rio' PU"NIIH'D APT. POll It 5 N' PORDYC' I "SOCIATI"" ''Nt.
torn 4 Mi. I '>*- ( 376-121. 111 Mr int. u.a ...'
.. .. sod 4 lad,_ 'edI'l' day
_. ..
I. .
Iacai all tawar
ilvy room. I both to good. neighborhood. L1TTLIWOOD .... WIlts, pcWbIS' I, ascII only: Air condition ItULTOIt
nih ItIV Lorgo living: room dining wary .... tarms aIred, tram _, IT lost Iifofg IICh..... od, control hootlng, utlllllM fur poll W. U.'.. 374100I W pw ..... .. UOO par day
$100 CASH VA room oak otrlp _., big iihod., Flaws PR M4U or >It
Now 0. 1 baIl wltll oom- 10 005 ""' ..... 50 bails. baatocrss. is' Id. .0.110111
4 l
Open sir' c....... ow'''''. pool. club' mom.boriMp PP.OMdoy 10" ..... ..,_ porcn, lorgo tot lame lob'.. room, ook flooro.noculot. III AC510 ., 1150104 aId 5.1175. Dalattber Itc 075 ml. 1300 NW0I IM Mr B.1I .Mr day
In Hlghlond' Court Mat ly oppl, only.IPLIT and pl.aaanf ....h. Snias.Ibba. with, ottroctlvo nomoolto EFFICIENCY ARTS.IM T..,_ ,tt'qulm, ansi ...

or. ,.y. Oft Ii "' .. Jti; Nflltn .$750 CASH FHA. LIVIL t..lOrI.bl. Avaliabla.CPSIKSIOI MO. M. I7i MT IM .. 12." ... day

Northwest T" '. f It Mltl. ..,....... al "' ..... hsms wiry lamIly roasts as"*11111.11 Hi,,living 11,1,00 room... 5 a_ and a wIry WILL EXCHANGE FORNoi. Mleonony IKch_. 4M I>1I1
Plot maiOilV barns aoliasfi _.
49 Room PIf RontrononoM. I7J Mf mo. .. ..11 .
14pm. ladroams. 0 balI,. SIt hlll.,1IO 101.Ch'.1 SPaSIWlI toOt. tlwou51iout. 55. iSOOMS AND lATH POP IIi: par lay
Wo IrS IIM bulldlnf M booutlfut '''.101I wIlls ....II... ... with lorgo onulry Inftolnoovlllo "a'D COU.L' lit Psi tOO.PlusahIlillas. .
condition, bodroomo
tall In Wottmorlond., II...... Oil Woyno __ CLEAN AND QUIET' NI.... ahh73. M Mr IM .. .... par *iyW \
Estates C"LL two bottn bnutllulfiordwaod ...._ or LM Jockion, Call I"___ ....., kltchon' prlvHomo .
o H..... Out .. fawn anytIme' Irnoot Tow P.Mlfy, THIS' II NIC' off otroot "'rill.... C a 11 Mr IM .. .... Mf 'oyIM
Ketltf"Development HUGH ownor. will conildor, y ago 170-sit 0nI 1oocI Mm. ....,,...,.. fumlslt.ad. Alothu" Roolty Auocl.ln, I74- I

: 378-1521 for", AoaIIaSII. 11111. C.o' 3445. Mr "'.. .. ..01 *
604am lilt Mr oyM
..... ,.
EDWARDS J.W.KIRKPATRICK II Rool bl.f. W.M.4 vonlont loco.,... ... 1\11
frktJ CI.IIINW''TOII1'. ItOOIA 'Oil M'N. Clo.. ,t.T.taas
Myrtle Loiiltir. Rooltor ....,. mall earsics, UN of ... IM. ,. Mil par day
INC. w", (. (till HarrIs AiHClttgId 'ARM WANTED :II Ii IIIQ 1015 41 Unurni.h.Apft.. 0..asoI.blsI4NS5.dll.
1."tI.II wohd psi, ...11.. AlOKlot., with or without ........ Within 311.1423. Phono UN MT IM. n.is par lay
Four looVMmi ."4 Tw. 1927 NW 39TH DR. lOt I. I. lot II. RooltorII 21 mlia 01 0.,11., call 17"om I 10 ..,. W""11 Illlola lid 1.111..

All City ..."."I'MM lothi. 111 N.W. I7fkBly 376.7971 N. Mobs, AISOCIATIIfloyo .,. Phono PP. II4C4 orwV's m lOW71111 *00. to dplaa ""lIdI... aes par ..... QUIlT.. downololn ....... ,.... 0.. ,
llnono # CALL 378-1411
MCKINNEY Amoy lit NW 20110 Ars. urn. U. of phono,
l. lullr 1X4. Sm.ll __ .
< MoHiloion .trail unnoll ....... Weekly, mold ......
Ida .........."te Down P.ym.ni. FrlcdJ (w GREEN Copt A. W. *..... UIN Rot 19 Out ., T.... Proporty Hltl IUI.IJC I 55. lIow" eon before |':34PM. wtdyiNIC 17"
} Solo.Tw M lids Klrklond' In Orlffln '..... 411111,0. lOu klt._'._. TO PLACE YOUR
Quick STOP LOgIC Von I IIoo1Itwtot ..,_ II Clitic.. LoHfMutiny DEATON FRED 11k Tllloblo' acme FruIt front Ap.proi. mlddto-ogod, -".. Ponouton. CtoM-ln otHtroot parking'
tontly tototod on fho loot :m poM groim .......,,, Doe ...,...... turn. PR UiU.Ml SUN RENTAL
tltli Strort.ndl spit LIVIL ItALTOItI 41521 NW OIl It, J7oSW7
asia of NW. Hth .NOt. 'n ARNOLD "buihoi, product ttond, 4 room II bid PI.LAO.SI .
4 IR J. J. Plnloy booutlfulMttln.
tlit Avonuo. LMklite bwgolow. with both. Hoolth fo,...
ho. btocki Oasis SCOW. HID .. WANT ADS
with .wlmmln. P551.Call worktog
..l. ond low prlco of 11,1'", I bodroom
Avwwo, fr ....,....it IKOtlonf Mary Moollor Rooltor, PR Three I, R. t both MASONRY REALTOR 1.1.. _MO.. "Mr mo.room PIS ... ....... a,... Wanly, mold' torvlcoiUM
Look .r thotol H.I 04471.oltor SONS Purnlihod, 111.MoOood Call of _,_.t.,. 414 NI !lid
I homo Ihot weulo1 k. foodInvoitmont Nnonclm' C.II'II 1-1417 MM DOWN PISPICT PLACI TO 517151, 5 ________ 3767466. "' ... 17M1II.. 171-ltll

j WALTER STUBBS proporty ,In- MASON MANOII OrbS' by ISIS NI. Mnd AvonuoVlow "bungolow, flbro 'Inwlotlon_, 47 H. FRONT BEDROOM 51 Ofllc.-DMk Spac.P25'W0MT4203O .
1 I III. C.,01 Salt. ..11 Ie wait UP-TOWN I., .." '1oC. 51011 Inc fw list P5,0.
till .'bar of thli ottroctlvo
WIll ..... Pum., ..kll."'" priviioMi' Itrworkln.
clutl.4.Thn. coroort Dow pump
darpoli CaN Mary MasIlor II. fhlo' 111 by IM ft property tONIDlUIINlil I bedroom __.. Comoi ...... belal small .....,. 171. _Fiar alfloo
Qoly lady Mil.
Inc. .i4 fnony mar. ..r.v.lloblo. PR ,. to for Immodlole, MI.Por c...." ... with ribs, rofrto.rotor lowlu .yoottnt aid no Int. Strait rUM'I 'R. .HOU'.. l.woao'sLaSa.. ihlnglod.OIK. Was... $0.05. DIII NW 4115 I'. Call 17.

i INVIIT IN OAlNIIVILie' 1- oil portlculoro'. coll '11. outomotM.. .lluiwoihor., Oilpoul Polity ,. 0. Sea II, Homoton Cou., ......"ad, tltoulmlm aII NICI PRIVATI 'URN ROOM 9707 or 372-3505.
Phone 376.5394 JACK Dl YOT. It" and olr, conditioning' unit '". Olllco "locollon' ntorMcltonol _.1'. 313-1141. prlvoto both and prlvoto, on- O'FICI, IP AC I AVAILABLIDowntown _
I IR. I both, c.,. "'.toO. tilN ..
PItA wiollltod buyor CM pur.Choi Hwy ni aid II. I mIll off ofXI f' ... Call 3794770 sos NW lilt Control hoot 4 AC..
J I2S'l11&1ithSoswS/ W. llth Avg. P. K. YONGE AREA with Sib Mr coot tntornlTWOITORY Phono. dot-Ion IrIs ..... SMALL. t. ........ _... isao. "' ... M por mo. Coil lOMitor RMlty' ,
-"Wi trade hou..." I Ma. $5. S.Ib.lttlsaml 5.. .111I 5115001 msOtSly palitlanti.Srasd ".... billy aiulrpad, 101I w". .. -CLEAN 17HUI or 171.7141.
172-2511 c.IIs'bt: 100411100. 5.a.aiabIa 5115, ...... Ps70ac0saOdlIlaO hoot, on Loko lonhdock ,.. QUIET ROOM
MARYMOELLER duwi paVtt11001 slid .sow. $05at ....kIt and solald.. PlANS HOUII I visors worcn, prlvlHvoi.' Hno lining ,.. bUBlrwMmon or uppor. cllllItwlont IICURITY IUIL0INO)
-- 711 w. fIN $1. 5110,00 byappolylmuit. on I ocroo foncod lond floooon.onto. ld.01 for rollro* couplo: or work: Ctolo-M 174>1IOPURNIIHIO >. Ills W. Unlvdrllty' A... Pint OliN,
lAUAINLocotod hair Old' Town, ".. Collcron I",. "'-. Outot roflnod' ..,.... Oftlcl ._.. Air -. ......
noor unlrarilty, aid ihop.ping Cl?,. .,i mr. ...... No drinking' Call 47JH4IIXICUTIVI ROOMI IV blockl. tort oHilroot ....,... JonltorMrvta.
from cempui.. en |w M Avo. laoalla Oil. COIl '" 0-440.
I homo
contor SIlls bodroom
ACCENT ON VALUE 40 luilnoti ,.. .,tlnBUSINESS DOCTOR, PROPIHORL _Clll 171-llfl. Moll ItuOomi only' ___rPR14lf
.. _.
REALTOR II has Ills "tocetlen-riohi by LIII''.. Mat sod Promo CMttructton L|. Moutltul I Ikofronl -
R. 1 botho Plo.room Pull **. I'Ml wlttiroMonoold ,
wood Icheol 11 home for omoil ..,lKrlm.rnotlng SO Mobil. HMIMUrgo .
ISIS W. Unlvonlfy' 5y5.ManlborMuIlIplsLIslIl5. kitchen cemblnetloncontrol down p.ymont ndIM LOT famIly lioutllully II, 54 I..ti.... R.RI.II
PR hoot Only' "'.** M por montti. Why root' nlMMd. I taint,
0-4171 Oslo omen LARO.Iou... lroll., .., rent ..
Con M PHA llnoncM YouIhould IONIO IA-1. 111 foot fronting on or. line fitting from dock, .. sMALL w.rohouM tor rant.
prlvoto tot IdoM for con-
Advance ShowingTHIS I A.MClOIOI' Invotllgoto Mtoro yell buy 494 N W. Itm AVI. N W. '11ft 11,001. III t.ol dock -.-... I*. .rbocuo .
pit C.ll SIP kiformollonTRAILIR uAN BYRD
r. W. Mtolha7,. Pasta, IC..", Call PR I-J4I7." Control hoot aol all conditioningor.o 150111. 11,5140" tO 1":11101 Pit In _...., "501111 for ... 171-157L moro
Ch."Ie M... ....... Grail Os wall oSrtatI 1,: .11011,0' 2005$ 143. Apa. \ lent cook-out. 'londKopod with 76-8268.
H"Oft laltoal ASSOCIATES or.o aid). bodroomo. corgorw block If 5W. 4It. Avo. Prl "_ (...IIM flowm, cllruo trooo. with t room cobono In
", ,. "ortltocrof olhomo. .tow to loll ...IcII..tull P05 17051 5 WAIIIHOI.I.P.
WEEK J. Pro Ouy Joyno luttorworlhel. portlculon Thl. piece Meel for froctouo, P.Kky Potol, 141 por monllh .. Call' 4.15 MIrrIll 504110..
hondMmoly .lIu. on o ''IUniversity
J. W. Oovll H J. WlllohlroMultiple IIow. Ml"f Ia sit Ii Call FR 6-2016 3111.,..
14 ..4,_ MM." I* Lining Mil silo silt. (too I bodroomo Iboth. p.501,154., Low rent 5115 P5 '

THE MONTEREY SHAPOWLAWNISTATII .). Children ond Wiofwood con Walk..to_Litllowood ... Realty .;r:11.m; : I 1?. ...... Call SI MI.... 1_." STORE BLDG. FOR RENT

DUPLEX 134,001 wllh Miy tormh 1111 N. Malt, It ,. 1714111 .II W. Unlv" Avo. _Cell Prod 'Ir''.

f. 0 OLIVER W. 110I. ....un.... 1t.toP., HOUII ,In NI Mellon. ", ..II. J_ mAILER SPACE _follow. 174-74111100.
IOUTH IOLIWILDTromondouo u.ry t. 1 IR, ION bets. ls.uliluI.ly MAUTY Olson POts LI All.
4 Bedroom and 2 baths OPPIRINeIndlvldurt for Vwutorlol 11011I DOWN wIlt Oar IOtA ."'_ 4 ...._. I born GOOD BUY fumlihod., YooK54 Iou... WrIle .POR.MONTH RINT( Poi -i -..... ARfMuroibvtlnou J
Irytol 1105 I badrotm maoatoy 1,5105 homo for lorgo fomlly PonollodPlorldd Holh/woo .,.... 11I11'M.O.C. .to._ Soap I. roady 10'
of Colonial ditlgn youwon't e WsIl Nsat'sd .Ilibis" ames 1105 11,001111' 11100015 .0 517$. room lullf' 'In kll....... III' 0 'II' 55.54 I-P w...... Plo. ...... Mowborry NOW_OralS",. ".Pork. 1 OIlS par......... Oil
-., .
.. WImp 11II_ Stout
OIIIIY k wort- CALL US P05 DITuIL.. ci Yow
e"'.....,. 1,1,100 SIllIly 05001. K'= -.... ....... ..... ....... FULLY PURNIIHIO 4 IN .houMby Oaully' '. euptboso, 171.
Altracliol .100. .
bt abU to resIst! a dommunlfy you would, MDrlvo 170. DOWN tovoiy, I bodroomNIAT 10.' "ow slonaolar, ......, 015.1 by.PricI I mont Unlv.' for Avo Maltese,If "Intoroolod foporfy.,-coN m wouwi county...",. ,oars. Law on HW'-J4. ,.TV.... 51-A W.m.4. T. Rent

pmei Os lbs Its ball,. sillS lasob "'._,,, tons 123405.IUSINISS ._ st 11",1
I ""11II'. _ttn_Mr mo PR mix. 1IoI0VING I. G.loaeollla.' ''' Llkolj' Opp.l.attt.sROSS
sod 12o1 loomS) Woit on N W. 11th ....,... In till NW ...IINI.Y .N.-. _
(CwMr ML lIst A,.fiu met olIN aoIIan 55 "by. 1
..... Mil Iho Slot Iprlng, totorooction 515.331. OUH'TV' CoIl 41 .
42 fermi t Acroofd HMOM for Ront Untur.. 0" 60005,1. I. It.., 4 POOOi going buolnonrood
t7 !Other henMi prk.d from IM Htn M toft I bedrMm heuM on Urge u. 05 (bus I.o.r.I. _a. sos 0155 _001501115 lUll squlposl. low 15555 _

PR 54004New Will .londKopod tot lull III! mlloifrom 040 oem. ......., oaR A ", 'III. Mturo .. Pool room. B4 p.r month. Inulro V'SIT'N'' Pstarnsn Sod WIf.Ito ,. sad I otockodi ..*H Moll
r Oolnoovllto. OWNIR WILL' ARNOLD 1 lok... b.rnl aid coblnl ,, ot K* I* Slid Torroco "t SmM.d hsoso for J.... ARCH CAWPIILL_ PEAL TO*

Month PINANCII I RIALTY COMPANY. ,In Alochoe' Co. Only' HUocroPOROYCI Phone J76-4827. 'oil. Marsh, "... ".... OM* Pnono_174.5707 ANVTIMI
17 Per Brick Homes MullItsIa' 5.1511.5' Mambo. I AIIOCIATIt, 'INC. FOR RI NT IDe....... .._I".... aol Mats. VIIIY SIJCCEIPUL SINCLAISslalloS '
lOOMS ON LAKI I bodroom, 1111 W. UnIv. Avonuo 371)111Atoocloto.1 RIALTORM bail by I. NW ownor 5acIloa I' IR.. I Rlchord L, K...,,.. II lodlord ton ..... s.o.s lIon...
in Ill both, conwnoorory homo on Jars C.ldwoll' W Unlv 174-1U4 It. I.... MmnoOMHI'' 14 Mlnno-, ..."*... C.'I' PS asI
ll.ph.n Poot.rHolghti loke Wit outildo city lIloIIi-51'" JIm' Inoooord laS K.lkmonP P010015 F"_ 2.2633. .... tl.ItlIp
Itoonord I I-
LAROI I 4 bedroom horn toe :M airs Cltrw Prull
MANOR I 144 .bodroomw built-in' kitchen collent irary NI lectMn OWNIR CompKloly, _,_. 121.JGO. SERVICES

I owilpmont' con Mot. VA no MUST IILLI MAuI Ul AN OPPIRI PARRISHPRESENTS AIM' 10 polIty ..,... D 000.IN I
U down poymonf PHA from ITMfloolnl ocroo only Illlol ocro.Tormi .

KIRKr-ATHICK. fll $OM It0 $. I OHIO.Copifol on obovo.Coll I

1 lulWora Inc.NW John Merrill An.10 Sod Itttto

PHOHI 1721471 I im PIOCO Oft ItroofOPIrt C. I.. Anglo' .""' .. I
Silos' 001.. Ml. 23rd stod" ... Coil ITMMI w Uo.'no.McCOY'S Realtor PROUD TO PPIIINT Til 11 lAid N W nth it ptiono 17.-..">. Home And Business
Lit". now II.".. Iss 11070 51011 Itt
lists Tonsil Phone Multiple PR H".4 _'''' __. ACII LOI. 257 ACRES
FIlm l's Sill. loras
AHOCIOtMlMercollo $10105' roam MItt. 5155.00 051saoorah. Locotod NW of omoovllW. 1'1_
Pordl 1101.15 0051tt bail od pods. on IM moral hi Mil Mortgage Broker Roofing
W. H .uckh. laos wall to loll ..,...'... lop. bail wItS 010,51 puvasaIblo of
O e"-"II.Day Saturday_ onto llvdy Plw' bully f.torMo III74 tor I moro "' ..., his ...... .

MACOMAHOMES room with H........ Tkli In w. 0 d .. FrIlly homo.lt.Prkod .. IH par WOOIOAOI com "totoroil.MONiy TaintS I. C L. HARREU.Connodor i
ot only llol por .r .
l.ssis Os oil vat .1,0.4. laS H II worl, '
,sd osusttuosdIas you orojaonmg. lor ... wocuilviI Por ddtolto' CoIlUniversity IUT bUILD RIPINANCI Por en your rooting noodi end twGong. 1\\
Q.tissttIs'5 piwast INC. 55011. Realty Cal pelrt, cor) M onytlme.
pso54iSO bi.lIdlo5 .. f 1701 _
Dan POj
I HUIt UNIV.IIIITY L.u" 1111 N Moto" It. Ph mOil Byrd Ph 374-3I7J | n ..

LAKESHORE THI MIFFIRSON" I = haloS;I'r ':'L.= w. N. ..._ RooltorIM PN aid oonvonHonm M towootowronl Doors 4\

j roam,, : ACRI form on hlwoy' 71 Ito. ..t ..,. In.... fo Myo.ro.
I balM ond nk. Ptorlde Room,. ....... N. of Loko City., Quad Ml.' WI* >odfy dMcuM M
TOWERS Cfwrmlnghcolonlol. ouMtdo.fhH A sloOp wIltS Is csnoiuf.ly .. 4 ado ,... 71 ocroo ki corn. Coil _,_ nooonvnon. cAsual 000. IPOCIACijA" I
) homo Ib tlMtd' wltti, con.Mrory Tb. ,...It 1 IR. IVlboth. veto. Locotod on S lana wooded U acres M ,,"' ...... ..,..... 'to w. mRKPAIRKK.' 5.5015 hwlorletlon rowlre. iOM "'U:;
.00100015' 51.010* sw- tot welkin. 41.155100 to kolvamally ..,.... ,,_ POut IIU porocro. p M Wn 0. .... PR M4M door IrouoMot Con .
NOW LEASING 1"1." .. NolHO mo woll Mk. flood, ..r*.rt. .. Ptorldo.LA Tononf houoo. It ParIs I AJn. or oner d PJN. Anyilm.PM .

p .1III 0 t work .... WIlts, MMtr.1 I tt..*, full boloS OMnit. trooi, I "' _I... Moil plclur.OMUO Polo I. ARNOLD w4-oalia. 5. .. CCII
p A_
al PAMILY. put tne home.ocopo vttin. M Mill, ..... Hljrilond RIAIIORPHA NW loot m'lIIIf
ond ponlryotoroM 4o< .. ISM
Joundry. kltchon 5 wo
4 5.4,0.1,1. .N. 0511111 .
OSSttt.owhIdrsts '"brood vww" ovortooklnf' loko.II1000 AID CONVINIIONA4Drinking
hondy to tho oorvko on. N.W. I4ik '1. 114000 .
-. 01,51.05 Os tow* Writ. Don pToovoi.Ownor. LOANS TELEVISIONPHCTUM
francs T.... oro "'... boo ISOO ,few*. SIM ... !Iv.- b.IitISNIIy 0.5 lo t4X WIllIs' lorlnoPio. > Aut. Glass lilt W UNtIl .u. Pot. 5,0-151
roomo with' outotonolnj cloootlocllltloo lord.IXCILLINY or sal Tom DavIs ?>VH77 -
PIlls. two MU Sled ", _". Loko Clfy .. TUII .OMIT _...: M
MIM Sod -... OXootn. norlh.oil .... I loo. CImTOOIASI 10 aii 50114 400.1 'O.OYC' A. b C.,. L sos nor hen pu. HI to MOos moot
w '0. 51.5 OP DWNIII 44 acm _.. S ASlolcIAlI5. ItIC. Moo. I yoor _
arts bt Mw moitor .I'" "'10' 114.5w. aliatbo, 50s5to IttsIaIlallsaa .* wonoMy oct
boo formol living i-oom wIlts T.II. .hole. of iwi Slants prlc.4toi.il stIll tow cOlt1. ........ .U Nbtlroosd Ii.ha 155 ......4 .....". Ad* lit W. \InIv".44 lOll ...,. -..-_ Its ores so ...
mur.ro dubs room phio osar Ipattt..d lad NIotidu S Is p.m. 4 5l0 N'" boouty 4 V5WS to youf cor. 'HI 140150' 11011'
a room with, _I- .0Kiniibefry lI..tltlful Inch. occuplncy.INIXPINIIVI. bom. okKOM -.... oil. high Mol MAIM DIN I AUIO SI ASS CO .... SW "'VI.
font_ _1"-..... leases 55.4 Prlcsd 01 laM 111." _m N'* .m It. PR ..nn. WI .. I ,saltoI.4. alto em ysors esILICTOONICI
,lie "L" onoM of fn. WOUMwim 'LACK SCOOt IrtdlItsoal 3 0.4. wIllS 13505 040. P5.0. _'.... ...-- ... _

m OMOCIM .... sir .orogo I bats b.ais w.th SoS5 Aero form OH to .Kilo OXOM Ash Cqupm! .ntoiOor SWIVIGINTIS
aid nor potto will $9,000 to $30,000 roam _OIl ...ral5 05.0.liv wItS 11 00... hi fobocc oltotor CtriTAL kol ,..aoor and solos solar 1151' men V V., Slow or
mono oitohitul pads. to rawo 5,1. 0050.. wilymOdsrl 01.00 5.0,5 5511 _Po elll "OIl. ,a'TML2l7 '1Jn'f' '23ETW2a.uu.oSaO ootoigoi* koo. A* lasts Os $ll Seal UOImrISy I
iroMd by MM boors ot M.Ik,
,11t III -._ CanIrsoload. t'.m. PN t-mo A. Isr oroupt aid.'0.00.5NtuSO
I 050.10 bIll ... ..
Mag. Sprmgi Wnlor' Co. PRII
"Von NW win PI.TTMJ AH,.._ Meko. Ponory omfi.no IMIMATII
ACSI 140,1.
S a' It : Phon. oil UNKtmod.liiog __
is .... .. Mvdrouflr P'b'l171.l755.
JOT.lorvko .
waif 1150111
I t b.dOsa.o, less ISO 0. auto 01 (try

ChortlIng No Monty Downon to goM MMItton, oono* ...-. *rl .1. povod It.m on rood sam.On win formi.I .In.im. .. 51.55._4 IUP HUlIf IV UM MAHIIIOVKI I M. ilo Hem* a.palrt
ton Oso Salons _
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Hvtog room.
Gas.da e C.ahraI HaitC.otrof room noor. aol ew oondltlono home on torMIM acme 011.10 01 Is.aaSisbetas. or 01a5s S 55151.15 55w 1500p All motel on* nnoolb. .__
of Photo ooR porovof
room. X IM lot to WlmMrty 1tereo. Sb S 1105 15050540 4 arlcam ,.Ie.. AH nm gueriMoM
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PsultItlil5o.rni p.310.551Os + 00. p.0.4 rouses
Al, Cs.d. a L.s.drr ChsSrnpv.d MCMO IH.MI *+ Ivilt-to' bltchon onitvUNIVIR1ITY elM-IS .._ ocroo with 1 ..IAIIO.llAi AONOC. I 31555 Cais C.50s.s. Deans toMh ....... I- lois

Laulsios S G.N.p. Do. PiPIANHIN4 little as br homo-1. acme noor now VHoopnoi .... lltoil APP.AIIAI, m.ia1. O"" _err|
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P.kl0$ Aos.s Llglstsd $ld.w.tkiS att NV ACRII. Now woio.OM -HI .... trocto. I.PVKIItl.

P lI.yf.r5LPHONE TO HJHOUt $56.00 5.00.* rooirklodiwMlvtoton Patted ...... 1050 el ocroUOM. MARY MOfI.LER W UNIV ovl_PH 311,5500 PAINTINGModem CONSTRUCTION

....1 hass. 0.547 .. RtALTOR
sw swim *4 0. Oulwde city

376.4456 w. Sly' yOU or ...ti.Ie fw Immod'ioro ....,...,. will. KM HO CITY TAalV. NW W.>UMvomty" ..." A... lulldoi! ) Painting "p.1-I-I', II SSiQuLtoso_.. .. r .. "I"DO&

m controcHno your M.M.PARRISH SalAL ...-. 1504. *iOy5wib. 5 ot III boot M WUOOi'tll' *" III of LOCAl 0Insiqosc5.

FOR PRIVATI APrOINTMlNT now cukrem rrorfi*. THE JAMES CO. 41 ColoroJ 'fop'rryHOA.II .. Sa dun.. ..... T. POM*. Romoow*. ...... II Vssn lot 4.s.si.. .0.,. ...
U. H.u Swilas' Cdll&draldorV.O. McCoy QH.P ior _J7>7oit1SoTWIBf h. lot too l.. or ..."" COPiO.onom PAGe. ......
I SALIS OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL s DAILY DOY M7290 to' Wild ti.ID. ro. NAIl GINU"" _..-..
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Bros. BUILDERS L_'" of H. Wotea ash 1150.0 .4.00I Moss 550 05 iNS 05 01CR co ets *. owias. 'so-SW C<0> 15500
Butler 5. MaSs Strait ... "' ..... KI.......> H_ I I Ca.. P.e'.v t XTH* 005 no Cob __ Fts.pa ... .... 00 oss5. 55Wan. P. 0.1w. PR ..4bm 4M NO. AOVIOTkll NO THIHRVKI
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Sunday. Nty.mbef 21 1964 GotntiyilJt Sun 7D I

51 .11II._ ",,......It!. II W.. .d tadellin ley : 14 H......'. Goods <( Mice.. For Sole 64 fuel Oil' > WeNt 71 Mmieel MorchonJiMCHP.UTVAN
71 Mil,',,' Moredene-loo, 71 Mutleel' Mer.n...oliM 7i Mviicel MerckendlM
CALL FR MAOT now eon for buUnou t i e1 mulntior, wilt AND COAL Ile SPINET ORGAMR..osIeo.N "' IllY "NO Ull NE N "NO "A O' M.. lIOn. '." .005.0.
AN UNUSUAL I 6-82159. I nil i. Mon titrg Tliun. PrlWru toiM, note bod comeioio win AIM, 0,_.. Tonotrlnoo, ll .TOP** 11.I WNIOylcll Gael _011140.. 351171CLOSS told 551111151' 0./13155015. Caw DON T colt too r."" hbought II
lot I till t Good line ofnercheneHie. ... om-nm. C IPo.4 $1051 from R. DoWltlPlrocl .,"."
CO'NS WANIDAR cu Mlle end rock 'union* ,jniiicoii .. ....... baIMK pit" 11111 NSltum50/ 15.011
OPPORTUNITY ".I 1111 557111 ,,'- Oe Hwy 41 ki Nowbttwitn 1011 Wool Univorilty, ...... CUI tall .11..51 MIN N .......?... 01115 Iron loclsiy I' fevor IwSr
M 11515 .
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FIN onI 517/ '011 ... Med 01 -- Of '- O"'OLlY'
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II 1010111 I1. ,N55t4, toO W U11.NN/r, 1oI. I TU. 55. A0Orror CDOI ,... thine ter ye* Peiy te Initell 1.110:101. wyo: .oulk =: 0 t. -- WILL "...Ior It ,5..51151111 110711 !
Kid II lllerln' Iht I 011O _TU. 1111. Coil 5.0 1-1" 14 IS. OMIIO Incl '. NSW AND VOID PIANOS 01111,5. 01 5111 111001 111010 "IHIII 11151 -roi.... II .' T
opportunity HMrlnl Ale OJON
It (obi Itt rowlnt" nttworkI I 14 HMtoheU Goo* 5:>> t ?:ie. I Mom PR 001' M... OOOIMIMM. .."....... llvo IMCIAl. 010150 ., buy. Our ".not PUk ue poymenn et \....,. 1150. 171. ..M..II 1101. I0.
wccmlul c..lont cono.Ownor Lot Phi Jr olKlrlc eullor 10 ::: !led to 1.11 Mtto. loinet PI one trotfo ..... I opMlior eyireme el l>l e..i iOerrord .
-DiSCOUN-T--- IIINCIR. round boMm encTrT; .. 11 volt OIBtm empiltlor AN. ......... .
to"III mu.1 wil bocouto ho nclutlvo' doolor tor .... ITU 10.1110 typo MJ.CtH
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amen, OIIIA-Cert ooa1I/1 I PR1WAV ..IGI-.r.--; neeier; eeuippFd, to m uo. Hio-lllt. IT ton*, con bo OOM ot I win corrylnt cow elm ... 01005 awry motion, 079.01.1p1y- Chuck 37J.OrN 0 le 1P.
kjIdMWrt.tlALACAR. euccoM w II to. Ml drum A etond. AIM. PRICES I101150 'Ofty NR KIWI Sill HOIMO CryKH' 111 lvorONI loll $04101 111/.11 1111. 110000PI0P1 ...":::::a.t"ContorIOUW 05111 M 1151 { 0, 50 11
mcl omit ir ol I* coopor tubinemi itltchot, d pevmontt.ALltTATf w LP _d. 170 CoI' ,I eny eecor. IARI PIANO CO. ADVCRT/O. 'N 7141bolvIc.
'will eupoly, you m-fliii ottor t, W. undersell everybody.HENDRIX 1--....,....... 041111 101 Rofiniwoo,ONLY: UIIK i 0' Flboreionloltom NIWLY !. _. ,",-4,5Lou. 517 VIr Oslo 01 110"" _' DIIICTCRY"! .. .
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w,HI brend now IttS concomplete HOTPOINT. oil" precollln Interiorelthniher I P11001 31" loot, Motor on* TrtllorH
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knorence .or_ I* "'.01. cottlni boor FURNITURE CO Clwllo Murroyo Ht W.
the 14111 .......... public ral<. too front _..... slide out ,_.. NW Stk Avo 01 ItlK M one WKMI 1151411; Oslo. ..... m uroiItU
MOM end odverllilnfnull 110000.. ..... lilt 111. 1111, I I w Midi US.H1J579 .
1171 r00IN, 0111.111 t y p w USiO ..UWAY........ .m N1y .1511 I.I f01Ym11011.101, AI
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0. m""1.llne M.451o will 5ssin 011/1 12S. .11 5.1771 15000. III Mur-
511100 I.s.IIOn for your .5010 and 1,11011 1ft $01101 ry. iT CAM Coco-Cole: vondlne Fly 5,5111.. 10..ai, '00 $0505 Ir
dMier' outitiH -cL..NC. iALI ..... SIwr as. P 11 cooler, oulomotlc coin' chtneorInoulre 11151 111.1077 i.
Unit ..... moro roducllom"' 1.111.. lombl MllolIPICIAk !

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m*. on. wood ktcl, ;;
crMIt roputtllon. wrlltnext KENMORE DISHWASHER olond roc. ,rock ft H IP nc, ..... etolooi,"- per SPAN AMt iN=--"t.;; .
w111N51K. ., ....... hood id er II Sd per donn. WoH
1 5101de l.0.lr I 11. 374401$. tocrotory MSI e nor ..*. motor. Irollor Ned eomolot
ry (.M. III.M.. It 4 ....... 11410 rooted lirvodoro. 00.1.lo. NunN okimi, _1"T..... no eoy
Our rIOlllInllllw will too 519,41.151. /. $14141001 11/5 ....11.1: MUM" mirror, Ills frou* lory 10'....... 4..1MI. 110111. .11 ....I.
101 your SOS wIM50 lilt 0.011. 517 01 1.111 1051, drum I
two wooki.IK M._ mottrooi end bn lprt15.. 1.5.. A 0.111 =- :: mill, 7S CANS_.. ,01.JUICIAI 001'- ... /AIN1UDt. L..fwl. I H'. tow. I IlIS. s

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.. .n OK Country ft. Wort tot i. Nell n m taitWISTINOMOUSI 710 0111 w....., 505070. VACUUM ..... i
ooi 14" .11501.1, USi roele tutotnow C4LIANISIN Plywoo .boot .10.
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bury NY 0.101 nu AIR CONOITION.III.C.llllSoI ...., for ".'' II Mf l.lwiHle molor ,
(lit) (0 1-_ ( Vi 115. wIll 15.4 III". "' Masons tloclroluilwottmgnouM -
too if kxt, OM eo, 11_ ITU one .1...... ml trollor' it* Vo-IMI iflor o I If NOTICE! !
-' ...... ......, USi Woo COr bI- M. on _doy on* ooyilmo I Ionjvortiore
woinlnicMn mw 376-2585 i iI
UIi 4 Drnver CH.n. ....... won 'N II... lie. NICK I
.", 4 1 lown CHAIRS, miWonri Ckcw RADIO > APPLUNCiS.I I&ATC: :' / *M Plorton MUM I' WZ.MMIL&w<_
SHELLOIL TABU. ... 174-tMt ; Boor AoMrol tulomo'tle;; jj otro>l Ininlln* bow complrto W VM lop II olKlrK motor. 055M ,!
I ,. I hwlllni k > torort or...... Pull .
35.5111 loon roll.....' ..... rat ,, oncollont eoMlllon. Mokeoner .... till Irolnr MM. H $41 titt \
111. 37.7754. Pnono f* .-. I boutntoeMiic I lay lore*! oulvor erm t II 17. 0151
'C.'d'' '' llneot gutrd jse. ITOUILtrod I
CO. T.A-G APPLIANCES I'' oIO"'Wti IN0' 0000(81151Crwrw '"' 71 Com,-Hunt-Fu..

'moo on* OuerentoM Per Sole .500. t0. Ns
I Wttki company paid trainIng d loftvoretort Iran Br uotonoei 1 ....... low 00 M IS 01101111 010511 I.." 1"" 'Vun 11A ".. ....
In I'.. 41 uoI I free ....n...... ....v. 1400 MIIv O L.wCr. Ills rib.. Culls __...
manogtmtnt. ...
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avallablt to qualified I l.e.0notlr. lISa SN N ""' BRAND NEW1965CHEVYS
Dlotiwoohet Srem W. WON5. 10 buy / : WINCHESTER AUTOMATIC :
penont. Earn whilt you "IV to* wm wo t* u ue* Like now comeioto. with cote endortechmentt. -........5. ....101.'Y ... I Ji rim. will ...... M foot one.I .%I :
Itom-.excellent opportun. JIM VOVlll APPUANCI CO. IISO III I loo. .... 055 .MIL I ... -all.,
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all NWN ..vo.... snugCOLORED only 171 er per me. Nellmel WILSON S EXCHANGE
Ity enter the
service lewlne Mocftlne" Co. 1IC. Ill I i CALIIIR MI Corblno' '15010.
lotion busln, CLEAN liMO rNr111r,50ne' ... III 11. lit Itroot Pnono PIt 4.140. I
ContactMr W. u. Avo M | II.o sHO I mm Mower room* 1 III wort.
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Henry OeLoach. FR 2- troln lrK o IS II. slim "l .... .., .
or. 100A11 10010 ON 'LLM"K'S. .. Ml ond '. UttL ro.cl'non .11 1. 10.11. 51005 001
5333. .1 Portlelly mounlod
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-- blow II.... oxtail M os oo. Cor .t'l 11001 Owe 1.4151115 101111111. MMSIOp
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tion in Itby N .. ctioir" is DRr/RI. flfftl.... RlrRs -,.. M mt Ition e mlnutoloiy !
loll tittn cnoir n. douoio IoI F O.UIOII, 1 DIONWAINl. to ...,.... Comploto MIR
I =..w= 74'.10'-= 1111 I T7Id your elr/ conditioner. lk.1111nOlk tlmor on* e loroe moot -
C.1 1 .rwnot you N. copy popor one cnomlcolo.Urfor .
I 374051VANS O HOP fR KM lid.Il 500151110. Mull 110 151."

/ IPACS N0AT1 13$. AI 01 | NOW YOU cooklno wltkO NI10NIO501' N 05110 roan "
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$\\'t".e. 170.0137 :;.? 4 :: I "hiiKIM PP.11 with our I* oomonMroiitn' loll etor "I
RENTALS I _d.,.. OAI its M cempiote ta down tone It Contort w 0. .
171 101111 b IrrO .....",.1. Oomtovlllo Wn Phono ixutlNow :
I WHO d"J.. ". itool tent ARMCO Propone, Arcner Id. P* e-flll I READY TO GO !
mlod. eo inMtor but con bo l II tlto Hmo to ontor yourCon :
mod ....., win loll very cimp ONI uwK ...... USi one eltctrKcwlntl i CNSITMAO CASDO :
BRAND NEW DUPLEXES er iwop PR HOT. wwrne "' ........ IN. Cell 11111 w 1115111510, 51515114
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TWIN' Hollywood boll, S>S A 111et 1 PUKU'I
complete 0 od "' ''''10 h >bl..0 Ollkt OuHlltorll '

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TON York Air Conditioner The I CALCOLATOI 'Ltd: CAIN
Beit uiod I mot. CoM noe. Mltor
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by .e* 1)01. ,oinoovliw.T" .. .... HammondOrgans
FORMICA lop ItlM" bMrdl II. ...
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4905.,1154.. .11_NW /M 005.WANTED tool Rid onociHnenti net*. fIto 111 elip 101104 11 100111
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comportment link/
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a Plotn o Tilt whew Hill it mo prtttrtnco ot cnurtnot.Ernie CHEVROLET"Gainesville's :
ilnlod plnltr wolll .. _.. 0111511, 5151 IIN 01105 :
t Lire* low with oro end $.me5111 N1.o ep Mpel50lsM PILI lo ton end 1 Mtv coiorirnoln
lied h111 thowen Miruoboryrge INI 1oI1000", brllllonce le corpotl cloon. 1/11015' prao NIs M
etubw uwinf dot o mulcted' Attic 011,05 .5 II..... .155 04 win Hue/ I..,,... Rent onetrie 511107 111 Wr11S 57 P151101
.,...'. PIN llrattt R1w/1...15 "' ''. II It Will ihomptoor II. McOonloll' Pur* Tartler Rep.
Inm Clonll CIHO'' te otnoM end but itee II Wall ./N. $510 wail niture C... Oiiniovilie' inoppinf I ,
o lock itoroeo citHd Punned PILL erewndtwemin CenterLATI Aton Music Co. v Largest Volume Dealer"N

| MlcKIno tlituroorr GOODYEAR SERVICE modtl conmo" TV. o colt 11..W 1 A... P11ene qI WI I

eppeintment ..II ITJ-SUI .. I72-S111 STORES ill.ood _buy II.'i'et U!. IM _Nl till"" ChlIlIO. '''. .

na I MoIII II. ,11I 14001.IedyNN. 1-... Pliono PR eSPSICAMIRA Con FR 6.758116th A... & N. Main St. Utid Cart FR 6.7584
Teke. northtoil nil .... le nertheut MM terrect turn loll I block. '. P11, Atolll Ponton $L I, tlenom ADVERTISE I

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MOTOR CO. 2nd Location 300 I I N.W. 8th Ave.

II / I 372-3005





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sod M.NSNNN1 1011.,10110

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OW ...ow was s;'s+s NOW:


'60CHIVROLET I '64 MG 59 CHIVtOUT! "61 rULMILU 'si cHivRoirr

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

MORE SMITTY SEZ : Independent Dealer because WE SELL FOR LESS



with 77 used cars Y,.r I.
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, THE NUMBER 1 I issuing you a

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PACE FORD DEALER IN license to steal

again for the H fDon't
Northcentral Florida

: balance of the I

I Large Inventory of month. Take a k

71 TRUCKS Automotive FOR UU,,. NEW USED and! ;I Ij'j I "j look at the I

I'O IALI; '''2 VI Ion 0 uP loot below."
.track' 170M mlloi, .ood coMi I. Forget To Drop In And Register For
tint, clan' UK or ooo at Mil
M8 Utll 81. Ord.NOR 0lM.Jl 1964 FALCON

: Ma ..cyclaaAUTOMOIILI C Sc...... II
( Door Doluxa Station Wagon y., engine, Fordotutle I
bl1 200 C. lUNO"P" mo'o'Clc'.a.,. Radio, Haatar, Alr-Condltlonlng' Pow. ilaarlng' .
1171.1I0. Con.ct D. H. Cow.rt Llk. N.w.
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o tot 319. City C.II YOUR FREETURKEY

::14 REPAIRS 4 or Wogon.
I r."TT''D'OW 2299.00 63 BUICK .D' RS16Z5;

In Mr WI motor tuoo-uo d*tt.NAWIIPOWIRt Heater. . . . . .
104 N. Moln' n.2.2211 .
(/ Pow or .t.or.
fir J 1963 CHEVROLET 63 NEWPORT lgDop.;. Ilrak.. ra.dla .
*>ILI" a IONI KIT* iIn111.' '
.aft,a. lolly work .M titu s 8.\ Air 4-Door V-8 PowarGlkJt Tronimliilon, Powa and heater automatic \
p.Ut.d. All '' ''''''''''''' "IN158 Brakes, Radio Haatar Sh. $1745
10awNltrna tad' rp trojtimiiiion. . . Now
15 Autom.kilo. for S.I. V-200 Auto-

IMI. PALCOITThoitor. iMcollolof" 'o5._.dlllon rodlo. "eUonill "d $1899.00 '63 VALIANT I matie rranmlnion./ Va DOZEN 20 LB. TURKEYS to be given away

'. Mu5. .. toil a* heater. Balance new S
: | OQC
-; Cc11 FR IPCCIAI.1M i 1.1.01.:- cor warranty. . . . .1 v /J winner Congratulations: to last week'i turkey Sat. 5:30: p.m. Nothing to buy No

.xhiooor.. t.H p-W. cor AT., till'In olr tray condition twill call' ,..I ppworJ..I1 ..-_a 0 -22 Sport Hardtop Radio Haatar, Automatic Trans.mission. > FIAT 1100 4-Doar. Heater. $995 Charlotte Deen Peter Moren obligation. Just drop in and register.

'31-Wleonomr LINCOLN, I.Door lurtftoa. P,, Solid Whit with Rid Vinyl Norman Cole H. Momson You do not have to be present to win.SPECIAL .

.M, >..MI.llon Molt. puMitulwlndowi Sport. Power P. H. Hegger
,.. KIM .woo 1749.00 alltomat.Ic .
.. irt-oiu .r in mimi .

1'0'...How....Ply Arlin-..Iport Plow Puny mo"I......Con......... IM WIll' heater.tranimiiiion 18,000,mile radio.: and. . . $1795

or ',ed. _",. IttMMifsa HOLIDAY DISCOUNTS
/ CHIVHOLIT. 4 Or. :M on I.cyl...$lltniltro'mm ..10. '62 RAMBLER 4.rw7o. "-powtr
'-_ ., mi m lam TorJtl7a.oTeT Futura 4-Doof Sedan 6-cyllndar, Radio Huh.,, 4-po.d I
{ : ,-M Impila convoil, Tronomlulon. Whit. with matching rod trim broke., V-8, automatic tram- S| QQC

i>N boil onolno oll.P, PI. J71 RN' >J$. AT iSM a'l IW "minion, radio and heater . 10 /J during SALESMEN'S SALE
.. 24Th AOl. Lit It.'n'IOID our
cyl., .... _dI... 1449.00 Automatic I
N" II'... M"'''. V.Io'nll and '62 RAMBLER,: '
bnka IIn'.,.. ". npolri 11.sdod.
.B..I com oitor nil NoM cant 1045
M.II 37.-..*. minion, radio and heater Nke.
IM4' WILL VI Jill dlop.'chor.
*sly" MM mlloi Lm Him 4 LOW RATE 6% 4
months old. Drummood A Will-' 62 STUDEBAKER r1uto- 140 a
,nun Wlllliton IMVllconvor'tiDio a .

"CORVAll Z-- Financing On All New tranimiiiion heater. Nice. . a 875 L 3 s
II."I : :
buckot 0
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.*''ll, on floor, lit* now con'k And Used Cars 4.cylinder. .
2-Door. Heater
.ton Nomino down lull ouumo N d
Pitch.; N Ill 15 Csll 116. 61 PLYMOUTH .
0505 ."., 100 PM._ _
. . . 725
ZYUDIpAK.R LARK 4 cyll.a Clean car. . . .
5.r.sill 1nOdalSu10ci 'I.cIlear5.1cnl "- ---A
$55.05 1111.Nawlhornt
SRCURY = ;; .
.IM5.r .
.it pow. broke., radio and heater automatic LOREN.

'J HAMILIII Croat. Country, lt'lion ., tronsm.colon, 51095 10,000 Actual milei, 4 peed, thorp 01 a 1961 FIAT Spyder Roadster, 4-ipted, heat-
lloalo/ Hoolir
,''Avto.cY Iron. ....:wll.*...oor. J. L. Wiyi. Ml- V.8.- __air-conditianlng. . . tack. ......................_....... ... ..?,.?.. $2,845 er.--5..N..N......... .. $1,195

-.4-Door 51, 1/41.BUICK and Hoottr b e ., 4vAR 'Al COMETIDOOf Wagon. Automat01 .1
Out IraniporlotlMl. IftaUit'onasiioN WARItAr' .. inC

1121 IUICK. heater, Nice . . . . "**J
ri> will M II for _
"= :1..i.

IPIP IMPALA CONV. 211 rgln.. .1963 GALAXIE 4-Daor Wagon. Radio and
"Id MIN' dial pints' till cash.'Cn1171.s1 .. 61 COMET heater,
-- 500 2-Door Hardtop V-8, Radio, Hootar, Cruhom.tlc/ $695
.It.FALCON Trdnsmla/lon.' Pow.r Jtaarlng ... Extra nice automatic tranimiiiion. . . .
pandard Ira. RIN OoM Clain'tend. I'
C'II 2765111.OR .

.,./.:locNry NAADTOP air MnO1 OLDS.Undor, tea PS. $2099.00 I '61 RAMBLER tronomi' :.omatlc$
Will Mnonco all
0.1-InM 1.1121 worronty\: OHOT 1 P M. .ion, radio and heater. . . 795 SEE "LITTLE BILLY" TUTIN" FOR THE SEE RAY "STOCK CAR" WOOD FOR THIS
P1''a o'-i .ii lo XL toa vary CLEANEST '64 IMPALA IN TOWN! '
.. Ill
Jog nllooao aunt toil
Door Power
::Wn.rrN.. 143500 1m.NW '1altS It 1962 OLDSMOBILE I '61 RAMBLER Wogon. Super Sport, bucket seats, air conditioning, Lock like ".w. new tires. Radio, Heat

-0'71. .tl"lnl. powor power leering, and brakes, like new. $3,195 er. ............................-1"................... $1,295
4-Door (8 brake
Anwlcon Hardtop Powar Staarlng. Power Brake, air-conditioning 'lAQClutomatic
Row. a, IT Now ",... kittonrmllint Automatic Tranimiiiion factory AI-Condtlonlng. Real tranimiiiion. . . I U /J
condo .O/. I4>H IW Clan 1- I
,.... Automatic tranimiiiion
.....PLYMOUTH.. _..... low 4eer mllM,"ro 1,1,6 60 f-BIRD radio and heat. $1
.art. $e$, Call PR .3251 attar 1999.00 IQCir
1PM.INO power steering, power broke. I I 7 J '57
58 Plymouth Mercury
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.....*.. tlr.i PoolorCAII. .lMf llonolly cloon, .Door Wagon. Auto* .4r, VI onflna, aulomttktram. $499 Monttrtv_. t-dr Mordtoa._ana $599
mtmIN4 1961 FALCON 60 VALIANT' tranimlnian.radio .. Roala Moator. "..... aowor.tom.,1e.......Il.1raf_.. tool
CUTLAU CONVIDTItLe I* ar. "ooa ........ mil... Mura..
warranty, air Mwor. ourtrt 4-Door. FordomitleHaator Light Blue. and heater, $745
Mal, MINI ...10.11 a. rooana air-conditioning. . . . Chevrolet
Ilka 0.w.105 lowtr mm 55
11,1 K .I prlco ar i iouohl i a MOIOCI.Irom :1I";;- 999.00 4-Door- --Hardtop.Powor --- .- 0 1. $599 '62' I Impala
141 15. 015051 0IMd1r
..It 60 CADILLAC .101, ...... pent N1as ..... M988
71.1 PONTIAC Orona Pill lbs.1.S Itoorln,. power 100 loort Cauao. VI autamalK
yr...... Ovor fully lim. _lool.,law broke, radio and heater, $17/11 povor Moorman. ,14l-- heal. .
ISrl_ coil at iMti.: in.im.: 1961 FALCON sir-Conditioning. l/tJ
'INS 4MPALA loss 31.71. 4 00.14.10w '60 Chrysler
r s1aa 1500. 0144.' 4 Door Radio Haatar Standard Tranomlulon.' '59 Ford
14171'. Cat K":at 200.1017. R MiiERCI..n Maw Voritor *ar. Loooal Alt M488
60 ; : $495 0.115110 11140 1114. ..... ..... _, $
a. ** 'Ie
39 FORD.. ._5. ......... 5110111 ...... pwlr 1095
wink' 01lswiNla .IM. morina. hard ancwoiHinmM
,; 4-5171 ar HI MIM iytl/Ml 5899.00I o ..i. Hoo door aiattta
,..... 60 FORD a $395 SIN 100111 51551 -
\1111 171. "u Pail. mi. or. . .
111 Pool .'.'Ion. Sill.by I _.
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1}; "P.nlla.'". At H.111.._till..... (11ooI.Io notion.CanvortlWo.- 1960 FORD 4-Door ardtop. Pow.or '59 Studebaker
$49 9
414t. 59 IMPERIAL
.111 steering, lart *ar< Kimmkal 4 koat. 61 Opel
Ill -C"'VV Impo"" power
100.5.1411111. 4 Door Country Sedan 6-Pmangtr V-8. I Fordomatlc brakei, radio end heater I 788
Call FR 6-5419 Radio, Haatar. Power Starring' Light Blue. $895 1-----
lutemetic trutiminion. . . wallA 1101 pea.. 0401
W11t701 01014..IWO 4 TRUCK 0tu101.4.. *lorOu '

741|He Non M lit m-*wtraHrVMi.Aw:an llmdora>tlmIMI ;loaal Iron. 799.00 '59 T|-BIRD Automatic radio and be.ter, powrsta.ringa Wa..1.62 Corvoir__......,.....""....510 1295 '62 Olds
/ 0157""
m''110111 114/ 15.164. wsw.
power brake, Iw 11ah14 M- 1.1.0 la. .. Air c_
Otis liHo. v"mi anor | I'.M. $1295 y
an VMkondItal woMaoira. ."d anrmxa M 1960 ENG. FORD air-conditioning. Sharp. . .peatr.... -+-a. tMrt- tuorf.-W...

sent IUICK c.....IKYLAKK.V-4 aiuo an4 I ..ea.".... 2.Door. Naw Paint Rjdte, Ho.tar. Spaclal), '61 Cadillac
IS. AT. WWNr..PA.II What 59 CHEVROLET ST: : $545 I '
otnor oalrot.tl r. 15$1. o.WIe 0ro1ad 64 TR4
II ':"II.'r: ;'ant.It auaronto. ana $399.00>> *' 5.1101.... aMIIIM M m .for...2795 cnjnr
nw-Qf. 59 HILLMAN \?:: $325 .. 5.11054 MI5 W. RoMMr. Mrs koo>k rad. r f fmf %
: I -..... 101Mp III e105 Koow .*no wm MM* IMM. fa afj W
Cana .
Paraif* Sparta -. ofc T aW .V

"" ".....,. 'N ",'-Ii Radio end
157 Ms 1114 blob 1110.0 a5. 1957 MERCURY 'PLYMOUTH 12:;: I
'11as ant II Ilk. 05w. Only 14tI $

_tl I*coavint..QUMII salty, _3'.=......loft comia. 4.Door 5td.Gr.'..\'Radio.. Rum Howls Will", Automati TIINftIaIaft.Twotone utomatw trenimiMiail./ . . 29 S I II I Open 'Till 9 Across From Gainesville Shopping Center

Me M,6i xa HP at ,.U..... M lama.. ...nLt .. Power
br'S Tr.11.7 C,. -_1_ '57 UCdUlU 1-Door Hardtop. I
\ btoooinaw' ) CORVErTU 229.00 steering, power brake,
UM. .... automatic trenimiiiion, $325 I I GAINESVILLE AUTO SALES
tono A.1Mnl.al
I radio and hatter. . '
If44 WOt
lorn in OKM. aana Mool I
C.M.itao PR w. .unw iaa.. AM..rm or, coil M 1956 CHEVROLET SEE: J. U SMITH WIIIUR SUCH. .

Ifff VOiKIWAOIN OMo trumirlollon.IMM. Clooo.Oooa M lf. tat Air' 2-Door Hardtop. V-'. rWfGlld, Radio, ....'er. : PAUL BARNETT SANDY COMMJNS.CkANYILU .
.."... awa. vo-ma 11.7 a ,.... Craan and whit. Ckaiv.
111 arglm4 MMull JONES. ; -
:..1..1.1.7- 1

..ol TRIUMPH SILL*ay*.MONDAY MMV r14k 489.00 I

.0.1 00.417.1.0100.0W..... 25. NW 'MIl 5.11 It. Ill.MM, !
111. Mi. .'. 1.0517W HAWESPOWERSMOTOR :
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(. CMsosI."Al 14111.1 '':'
Ice $71111. 111 II 140 M. .
WANTED Op..* Til 9 Men. thru Frt. FR <-,n I 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-3400 j
Cyan ua4 Cora .
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lunday, November" 22, 1964 txameiville Sun 90
I ., I 1_ .: I

POOLE-CABLE DODGI-DA1T MOTORS TRUCKS iCRANf Hit The Jackpot In Real Bargains During Barkley Motors' I

It* II I" A... moM

ti tulek iltctn 4 deer hard
.Mpq..., 151st.MELTON 11I11._ h. a.rythln.. 5161 MAW $71
MOTORS See: Mf irt
nt N. MAIN ItR urn ,
.. '. '

Value Rated,
Used Cars I
B&G MOTOR CO. ,ftd It,
CldlllM OMMwMIt t t WI'
2001 NW 11th St. t


DOT N Mil SPhM .
H 2-6JI1
I Northctntral. Florida t
I .ar9"t _
lndtp nd nt Duels

CourttiyOfBARKLEY G.M.C. Truck Canter I.
U.n'ty' Ch.vr.LP 220H.W tthAvo. .
M.Mol.St..t 16.11 A..

Sun Want Ads .111..

2201 .N.MilH St.
FR 2-4171 ,
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euMlty VM CmMIT
ANYWN.eSOUTHIRN '64 Ambassador V-8 4-door. Two-tone point,

HM.tun AUTO 171-11".a MM Mnrie It reclining automatic brakes,seats transmission power, Individually steering oir-conditioning tinted adjustable glass ,seats radio power ., NOV. 21 TO NOV. 25 Car Prices Reduced Every Day'f

white walls List price $3S 12.20; Rldgway
discount price.$3046.70. Our record-breaking tales this year enable ui to offer you the finest selection of used cars ever teen
Classic"' .door770 sedan. V-8, two-tone point, on our lot. Most of these selected trade-Ins art on.-owner and low mileage from owners who regularly
wide bucket reclining seats automatic transmission
I ,oir-conditioning power brakes, power trod. in their cars Every car carries e written guarantee.
CompleteStock steering, tinted glass radio, white walls, outside .
mirror.. List price $3560.65; Ridgway

of Classic:discount:: 4-door price 660$%9U.45.sedan V-8, two-tone paint, I STOCK NO.. Description Nov. 21 Nov. 22 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Nov. 25
automatic transmission, steering radio, -- --
headrest Individually reclining '61 ... $1095- $990 s950$895 l I
seats 136-D $1195
1965 windows, white walls electric wipers power air. Comet n11.4.0.d.Md ..."...,101ft....."...1....

FORDS price conditioning$343525 tinted; Ridgway's gloss wheel discount discs.price List |T-88-A' "'62 Ford 'ol'' '" 500. st."dard Alit, $1495 425$13'25 $12S '1195''

286530. I v-l,.!ad. Md fc......

ImlvJlRf, G.1.T-B"'1.*.., Ltd'MM.taHflt .., Classic tone paint 4-door, reclining 660 sedan.seats, automatic 6 cylinder trans.two 143-A '58 Rambler 2.0.1160 ...... $425 is$29"5" -$225$195-

FilrltMi." Filial mission, Air-conditioning power steering .
tinted gloss radio, white walls, seatbelts. Ust a3.-.MdlHM.d. $
price $3255.85 Ridgwoy's discount price -A 61 Mercury S.... _er $1495 1350 f27S225 $1195$1225.
... A'" .,..."' I '
) ( & MOTOR CO. 186-A-- 61 Chevrolet I Md aMN itMM.Y e ...1. 'I 195 1015._ 050 995
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1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 7fi95'I 75895 $750$695 '
203 61 Corvair *-..

238 W. University NEW CARS ARE ROLLING IN. 257 '63- -Fiat-1100- ...... $)150 $1 095-1- '975 $925 $895-

Phone FR 6-5371 TAKE YOUR PICK FROM A '595 '
234 60 Vauxhall 625 $525450 395

Sun Want Ads, i '61 Corvair 245 '-62 Rambler: : ... 295 $f225 '1175 1)125I I 95$2195 -
'64 BuickEi.ctn I s". ,S
4-4.. Mrdisp, -
Mill ... kM mrythinf, Mild ,.M.w. bu.mlNIM 268 '63 F 0 r d"GoI..I.. 500. ....... '26f $1995'f925 $1895
\ Mfr $895 ./rMMI111M .d. petit ..L.rlae.275A .
$4195 $925 '795f4 -
'62 Chevrolet 56 Mercedes IIO.D $1095 995 850
...... ...,.
S7.ti. .i
nesult&I '64 Buick ti.alae. ..wit ...'.... $ '
f286 $1395- 'jf75 $1095
L.S.hr.12000.mibt 4-d.N. u.ht.Audt blue..,. lOI'd .whift".....with. to blue la.furls' 278 62 Plymouth_:;uhs'ft.. 1250 I
.. ,. ---
: when N. MHmit. "ft $1695 '
: .ewer ."ft,1.k".',alp",''er.IIft41.II.I 59 Fiat 1100 5.1.. 495 325"-- $245205 I $195.
C.II.M .... '61 Buick .- -
I Ilet NuHM wu.... $1095'$10I $925 I '895-
$3495 brl,M f4 wltlt whit tit, : 296 60 Volkswagen e-..*.b. 1125
Pick your fovente. radiu. ........ eat m.t4
... ,..... -
We tune up '
either end. '63 Buick $1495 I 29'r 62 Comet309A 2-D_. 1295 $1195 1)075 "sI025$995

W.itart wk.i rfc....1.! s.slal.. .<...'.._...M...M...v6.. __ "
.. .... l .M.s'ap MCA I r.- '
In 58 : : T2295 2175$2150 $2125' $2045
./..,./O.) VWi r ..h."'.. S.Rd '". 63 PJym. .:.:.:...:.1... ..:.=

And Ik*tkw thus.*.ad.Is.gct.e...".wok"hi..luau. $1695) tt$795 330- '63 Alpine :=:?'" $219520S- $1995 $1875. $17951295

336 '60"Vofvo.H ."-I'tIMM.' $12151Jjff -$1050 t '995$1525
3YWI 703 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-7571
.. I
wr., .n.a --- -- I
Ii_ $1450 I 344 '63 M. G. .*... sl4iSI$13501295 f $1195239

.55 CHEVROLET KMW. w THIS IS YOURINVITATION I 359-- '63 Ford- ....... ,...or ............. -' f "225 Ti217fl '2125 : '2095'
.N 4MT-wall". ....dN1.a.1. -.... MM.t.NMM. II

e.dla'41 _VW $295 I. I COME SEE AND TO DRIVE 3'60 B-t'62 Eng Ford u"L- $12951095: '1075.-r$1025 I '995-

I H Tonitc'
Entire Stock of Cars RRY.-Today.
63 YW1dM HOW IT WORKS Clip This Ad Make
bMN. .nMIY Must Go Regardless! Your Bid .

CLASSIC 1. Pick out the car you wish to pure J. You can bId 0" any car 0" the UstAn
.UUN.63....VWKM.., fcIMW AMERICAN the,..Spot these on day you .Iect. Sign en along with signed order and
w. Ow e .
-. AMBASSADORConvertibles order with .posit. cf.po.it.
$1895 Law Cost Term' 2. I If ftO one else bids 0. that car ... 4. 10rkleT'bit Dutch Auction Is good Phone
ALFA ROMEO 2-doors Your Wife fore the day you .Iect the car will for 5 day only, November 21.No.
62 Bring
... .. b. vemb.r 25, Indu.in.
-.we er cwt / ttKMK > Jourt.
M 1 4-doors-Station Wagons Along fR 2.4373Se.
$2195 ... Save Sara 5. If someone .1.. bids Oil the car you
6sV8sShipments hove selected all. dote previous to
e 61.**VW* C dw.. yours you will be given the first 0,.
$1395MillerI ArrivingWeekly portunity of ", ..tin, the bid On the
FINANCING car you have .elect.d. YOU CANCAN




FR 2-8433 I _ 2201 N Main St' Op en Daily T'I! 95 un. 'T'I I 6 I_ __ _J

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100 Gainesville. Sun Sunday, November 22. 1W4

r THIS 7S r 'i1 !I With Your Men in ServiceAirman I

David W. Sllger IOn A graduate of Hawthorne Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hertel Jr. 'log the occasion. Other Navies

of Mr and Mr*. Willard Sligerof I High School, he attended SI of K6 NW 13th Ave., Is servingaboard represented were the British

Our Trenton, has completed Air Johns River Junior College at the submarine USS ,French, West German, Italian,
Town Fore basic military tralnln I Palatka. and Dutch.

at Lackland AFB, Tex. Trutta, which recently visited

Airman Is Malta in honor of the Trutta has been deployed with
T M Sliger being as- Navy Lieutenant Jack L Valetta ,
the Sixth Fleet In the Mediterranean -
signed to a Military Air Trans Ronndtree, son of Mrs. Nell E. Icelebr.tIo of Maltese Inde- visited
and has
U By JEAN CARVER-ll l port Service (MATS) unit at Roundtree of Hawthorne, Is pendence. [ since July

J As the week wore on, it be- He was an Ideal hero-young; Orlando AFB. for training and serving aboard the coastal various ports throughout
Fy r Trutta and three other southern Europe between Spain
came obvious that the obvious handsome; the husband of a duty ai an air policeman.He minesweeper USS Limpkin op- '
could not b. Ignored. beautiful and charming woman Is a graduate of Tarpon erating out of Little Creek Na- represented the U. S. Navy dur and Greece.

The attempts to shut out the and the father of active well- Spring High School val Amphibious Base, Norfolk,

documentary tributes on televI- mannered children; educated

. Ion, the nostalgic magazine pictures and alert, he challenged you to Airman Third Class Ronald Va.The Limpkin is giving re-

and the newspaper headlines quicken your pace read E. Smith son of Mrs. C. E. search assistance to the Naval

were patently unrealistic.It more books take more hikes, Smith of Hawthorne has graduated Mine Defense Laboratory In

is the anniversary of John ask more questions. from the technical train- Panama City for a period of 11
b Kennedy's assassination. With luck pwhaps we can ing course for U. S. Air Force weeks. Upon arrival in Pan- rCOMPLETERadiator Our -

And his widow has summarized I reflect some of what Mrs. Kennedy medical laboratory specialistsat ama City, she was outfitted with I '

it with seven wistful calls his "magic" and Gunter AFB, Ala. special equipment and Is par -

"He is free and we wordJ-j'' pass it on to the nation's Airman Smith was trained I to ,ticipating in operations in the

I The 12 months separating young. 1 prepare and analyze biological Gulf of Mexico.

Ii Nov. 22, 196J and 1964 saw the specimens.frib .

acceleration of the K inn edy I Walter Philip Vary, quartermaster 37Z-8S8I

i legend, ranging from the simple .I third_class, USN, son _of
dignity of "They buried ;

John F. Kennedy today" to In-

credibly speculations distasteful about movie whether magazine NOTICE TO OUR

Jacqueline will ever remarry

House Notice the SUN
I Open The magnitude of the anniversary .. CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDSWE

1 Sunland Training Center staff members Don of the President's tragic counNOUIl aicoessIs. I'
I Acy Jtmn Iwolll, O, .....,. Den
death dulls the impulse to try 15.51 IIMDvNK ..>y Lovooiint 47,
Kilchings and Florence Walters posed with a printing Iwlly ftn fun.Horact I
t press used In teaching: and occupational therapyat to forget; turn off the TV or CMl Mytfor v. Idwort a.-R I. Mytttr Jr. PI. WIII'No' ,,__ I WILL BE CLOSED ON SATURDAYS BEGINNING
turn the page. .". S. Cochron tit Cortirtn.Ivint Lou... WIlts,.. 35 T MMrttMrnt
Sunland after they printed notices of today's open A, Thornton. V. Suit, M. Thorn.XI Clyot wmn Irnltn' V, G CI"'I DECEMBER 19th, 1964.
p house at the center. Guided tours will leave from It Is a day to remember and M.I..lnt Royr Homllton/ Mlctnooy.fl BANKING HOURS WILL BE MONDAY THROUGH FRI.
apply whatever personal Influence Miry K. Len,. Y. >hllll, L lint* McLnoI M LOW '
Hope Chapel at I, 1:30 and 2 p.m. (Sunland Photo) John made Da.ra kN 51dM 'otty Morlo WIIII_ n JockMnvlllo. I DAY 9:30 A.M. to I 1:30 P.M.
Kennedy 0 n [ Horrnon tufton, Jr. n. "
[ Surl iltnt v. KMikoit 51511.' Aunt Mull Ruu, .
It '
our lives to the and 011"1
present CMt M. Whltt v. Colin u Whllo.Intrtn .
M. Jtmtt H .-5! L. Moron. '
-- Vtnttnburt o.
future.It v_... JJJ,,Jtl* ONII II.. a e.em.nrl. "I FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
Is a day to renew the qualities Mary .. Sirlltrt II, Wtttlrtw W. Sid.
\ AT THELIBRARY ,llrt. JZF. TK"1* 5-1 C 't t.
he personified for a nation 0500 WNN 5.511 Butrot It, Loki city.MDlotor .
thirsty for the invigorating MUM I. Morvol (r. v. HolM IRoyob Suns Iou..." CMery O{. G."III.' .
1 sip .ludgmtnt to twtot ol MOW (lotCo. "r: PNrM. s.wy.r. On, OMmv11o ALACHUA
and taste of future swallows eaM). NNNee *, ,5. Al etw.. P1l.
''he promised: enthusiasm and J. 1, c.. cr.dn C.rS 511. J. 4 e- MM .00.0 35 '.'_11I.. Y ALACHUA, FLORIDA
: V. 1.. _. M.pS, dabs. Ovtnttf ,...., B ..'....11...,
!YOUth; the "vlgah" and humor COURT .f IICOI.C. .. NkkII. M 5th, .iiil.", .
O/e11eI l --- -----
I of vibrant personality; the 1m JdNr. 'M' PrISIAM

I' portance of full self development Aoooeltttt' Dloetunt Ctrpor.tlwvRooort V.
By ARDIS M. BLACKBURN ning Again" (Leonard Voolf) C.Ftwltr 1M II M Ant.. MArun -
compassion for the less
autobiographical ace ount fortunate; optimism for the future > AI.,.. 011011x$ CNp..a H I I.M VAIM0 )JN
In Wildness; Eliot Porter. covering the years 1911 to lilt in hlh'' 111 P.Iy) Klihlo Arcb.r.
a world balanced on thetip ell MM eoott It
Sierra Club, San Franc 1 I.eo and including the marriage of end of nuclear Asi.oie"nd Corotrltlon l V.I
a warhead Jock I. 007 IS 4tn Avt Mtl.141Plut
Covlo. *
1 S I96%. Leonard and Virginia Woo Ifi Looking at the observation of coot H. TtfJJSG3BBWA
and the founding of the Ho William A.1otl.,.. OlKount' C.rpwollon. vWllllom .
I G. Carleton well Don Mel, Iprlmt." tlWt.iPlut
In wildness is the preservation garth Press; "A Little Learning" known local political scientist noto II*.
the world." David Waugh) := the I KttrltiO UtHM AoolliMloMjomoo
of Henry (Evelyn
writing In the Fall Issue of The LtRoy Loltlnvtllo >X Nowtort'
Thoreau wrote these words first volume of an autobiography N MM, Mortorot Anno Ht O
f Antioch Review, it is clear that .tan veI.'I'l: :: .
. over a hundred ago and presenting the same characteristics -
.. years there is a danger In overadolug F INVITATION FOR IIDITht
Mr. Porter has taken them as of wit and frankness John Kennedy that will Lovy Comity MMtlnf Authority, [ ING ,,:
ma will rocohr Woo tK Hi. nirmtMnf ol
the theme of his book. that distinguish his nov his historical significance. ..1I/ I.NIr, mottrloli" owlpmont oM .,
........ roqulrot) to conttrvct Low R.nlHouilni -
Mr. Porter 1 is a photographerof els. Romantic heroes are rare in Frtloct Nfc Tim. ... until I'Of 1!. r

outstanding artistry and his sod Travel modem times, Carleton writes, :::00'l ..umyCeurmeuu OF fire seamless that

J book Is made up of a series of Description ,and John Kennedy is the firs ironwri, ,,.,Id.. .. WKKlino too smart to
lid oltco oil .old. will to ouMlclopontol are
photographs showing the progress "FIJI: Islands of the Dawn" In s long time. out root) tw o) .M Ino Courroom 'j

of the year through its (Leonard Wlbberley) past I ""People in our prosaic age, rldoPROJICT. *f Int Courtntuw In Irtnotn, Flo. show their strength -

changing seasons In such unspoiled particularly America No. Ho. It t III CodorKoy \
n s
young ,
and of these fabled .
present ,........ conolltl ot II oXollUnIWIMInojt. '
country as New Eng South Sea islands; "Bitter Lem- ,were looking for a romantic _,.Inlnt K 0olllnt, willohxototl

land has still to offer. His pictures -ons" (Lawrence Durrell-faj- hero as the James Dean cui t it tool HI ten MtlntonOKO'.1 iltot,ulMMtJ ont /t Mtnootm Ltnoiloo >- SaDribity dttee gated -_-+ \ >

are In color and art taken clnatlng accounts of the moods among our youth revealed" te.tIt.... Inclvtot.on bM. rmsisM, N.d "114 1a&.6 --.ar T- -

.at moments ot such doll Carleton says. "Now they haven .. .
and and atmosphere in Cyprus lust P"t.1N' Mn ".'....CMxred.....1110.doomOs.111Audi5. ._. ... .
authentic 51"1
cutely balanced light prior to, and at the start of, the one. ,". ., WO "oftlC' ol Horry R. '...no. :: ;;j.
shade, with such a sensitive perception uprise against the Briuh 'N THe. CIRCUIT' COURT Of FLORIDA' .' H l, AIA Are""lt. l..a FnMonllitolMInt .' or legs), Vodlta
IOHTH Jltktttvmt FltrWt.Ml
of line and form and ; "Eighth Moon" (Sanssn): Poe "LACHY'" COUNTY IN IN CHAN-AND C_ N 10. dKUm"NN mW N ....... fcis), a
that they far beyond C)NV.TTA. no M t limit ot two Ol otto. kytfopotlllng tom for deb there's
tone go story of a young girl's worldIn Ch.rK.ry No. HIM Fifty no,.'., (Cut.1.) wltnho Jong; every a ;
photography as It Is commonly contemporary Com muniat ITH'L COC"UN. Lovy County MMIIKO Aullwrlty tor I
become art Pu'. ''nll". toed oof ot tocumonlo to oMtkiot. Ouch fan leg*). ..
known and an
I 1J
China; "Everyone in this ": Mx will M rVWed.1 N 00.11 ONI.n
form of quite extraordinary sin' >> COC"UN.Def" .I rontroitor mwlnt. tant II*. kit' WelklnS Sheer 1.35 Qouaao
House Makes Bablea" Sheila
( ,
It lilt Loeol Author)" II no ''' ''
beauty. Klass) adventures of an American TOl 110 COCHRAN Imo, or rocoonliol i iwllhln slrculerlIM, .u'lfl..t Doytime Sheer 1.65
PI d/Mnb.. .m' ,w5. .Mums no H5... _"Ie. ...
These pictures are accompanied woman in a house on YOU ARf ......v NOTIPIID>> tt>M IN 110., dKNns .M c"Idlllen'
Comololnt' lor Dlvtno h.. toon DIM' ton 1101 .d.v. oftor bM toonln, ,
by a running comment stilts in Trinidad; "Foreve panes,, tnt you mn raqulrtt) Ittorvt 511 Met oot ot ......... If .5.p..
chosen from the writings of Old, Forever New" (Emily I copy ot your tnowop .. Iwo I .ooiM ot Fitly DotloiMM I
N IK* ComoloM on Ino ':: Altomoy. I ) will M ""M. Nub d.
Thoreau so that text and picture KImbrough) cultural hum *. O. JUHIM, Ill : M.inroot. I ot Thirty r-lvo Owlon, Ul NI), to ovorroorotucllon 8nSn deb
O.Inn ., .. ',. lubcontrtctert r
iii p.
sing In harmony and each orous report on a new visit to Wnol ....w.. or oltMIno Florldo' In O...Hit..nic.b0 Hi' *. m..Wi"m.n, ell rN1M? 1111 ......
explains the other. her beloved Greece. / C....* of Mo circuit, Court on orotoro .No tocumontt won Mp0,1Plxy
b Ino Itif day ol Oocomtor. I.... Ifym CWI.ro "Ml, tor OH, fUM Iht Pay In
The Sierra Club, which published toll to M .., ...., pro confouo me ..I TMrty. D.iI., ,. {US Ml new
Short Sterlet Iko ,.k., ...h.l' you. for Nit r till! 511 ML It ., r. vl0ICM1 5..n
i the book, has long been -._ In Nit ComoUlnt All *00051,555" .b.11 i _.In m. pr... h
1 OAT 10 it commiiio. Alidwt.,,. .... tt .... Ltcol. tulhtrlly ono) ".11 YCRA-
dedicated to the preservationof ,.,... ......
"The Brigadier and the GolfWidow" IMF Milt win My of Novomtor M ntumot to Nit Otnco ol WI.> I
tome part at least of the In ton (III .days tnor Ino toonlnt. It
(John Cheever) a J. S. CtrmktitotClork bids. TIle lOll dMKx will M rNUMNIN y
American wilderness, to maintaining collection of short works by the of Circuit u" 0x .. .. d0VMl5 P1)05.11. .M SPANDEXY
natural Alocntit County. ,,.,,.. 011 nMN. 11,1-iIel. but no
spots of beauty Wapshot" author, presentinghim I, Imlly w.0. ...-.. Tn'',." Fl., DMLN.te. NI. O.y1Mnm.5. ;
where the life of the wild may .." Cltm Ie 'vnoe,1.. .at will .4 ..
at his versatile beat t; Court tool. NOT kt ntvntocnrtllM or
continue undisturbed. Man "Bad Characters" (Jean Stai R e. JvollotAltonwy a ...ock or Mob (roll. ooyob,
realize for 51 ItlntHtIII 151M levy County Htuolnl' AultwltyoccootoWo
they believe can ford nine stories and louftl Mlln tlrottT9 ,u. a. e.v.mmwx ,
) a novella $51.11. or 0,1k/K net
himself when he can come Into .1.1110, Pi..,... ...., bid MM MKUId by 51. power
In a variety of moods, al UI.J) 11:11, If, tee. II .... ........ In Mquo _
intimate con' Ie' with the WHOM It Hut Par c.nt of Ino kW Milloubmlttot .' t
displaying insight style and IT .
CONCIRNi lie wilt ..... Ixneli pa'g+
OMK M.Mull
earth\ and feel I If only for an You trt IMfoljy MIHM Kiot Mo toHmkio I give yee s
wit; "The Burn Ones" (Patrick tdI to III trlolkolono '
motor irolilclot NIT Codllloc, lodon id coko-flot 11"-"" .. A settled I
hour or so, his kinship with all White) eleven short stories vttntm "will ko MM. M pvMta. low. M I I wccMtiul uair will kt neAMN .'j .Iratdi twit
e "Clack' en the l> toy < N........,.. turnlon ortt per for ootlotictiryntlon 1 itaiiol OMBM 5 Mmforrloro
o .
creation. L.
.- with a variety of locale and KJlS.1"1 NW INN '"..'. eMnrll 11'*, pperm.nc and p ymsx .I- d Dlt> frpio} wolil went
Joseph Wood Krutch has written moods linked by the fact that Tho to ttHot. It tnt Itct IMO MMt 1 1 roOorklnd.lycra .
onctodi ol Hit Hit' MH '
kt to.tllot 1 1w
an Introduction to the book tnort Ino minimum ooiorlooton NN [ *
Drot to Ino rWwNtl
the characters art "burnt" by; otymont or Int tt.lt Sat lortn I I" mo .
which Is a threefold appreciation experience; "A Bllllngual Col- i'wnieit' 'tnf".""ilia."*'at.".*a..',*asaa15R" **.". ".se*. mull 10.v M NOd en 0.11 OnIKh.TM IpoclmintmMo II .... ..,.$12.95
coollyMOsl5. ANMNN
: of Mr. Porter of Henry lection of Russian Short Stories" nolko ot Mlo, on* Itm to Int Mtlttoctlor), 0.w 1110 Alto $ ,1Ie' 011 N ell MK 1. + j j Nyteoj tml lyt,.* SPO.CJ.X.
and of the keen o> tnt Mince tut. tindtr Ino controctwlln IN ti walw' _...... White .
David Thoreau (Maurice Frledberg ed) _., C. L........ tm 11 r5. bWdiMN. Mt lit tile ,, dew $oM'".
knight which each of these -two novellas and three short Torroct .._1110. flrl. ... nvtrlnf. tile thUI to nrllMrtM lit t ttrlotXrty ?* gate large us..$I3.'S
had In order to show Wnonclnt ot MM: motor vonlclo. Any w s.plot a .. |M> ..,. tub.otuortt % In.OMMnoj nW aui
men has will to MM to yot OM V MIN i rV
stories by 19th-century Russans yt m.MM ot b/d. MMout IKo amtnt of j7i tbRi
w.-the one by his pictures the noMo lit. tny ttltnct ramoMInfOINIRAL T" L.r, CwMy AsV"rlly }
with the Russian and Eng s/npld/ ImMr uN ceM.0h TH. tvy COUNTY HOUSING
other by his writing the very MOTORIACCIPTANCI AUTHORITY
texts arranged
on FoundationsHosiery
pulse and heartbeat of the earth pages. 5, M. R. Morrk, CORPORATION 5 RONtON.L.MO ROM. F16ID4y *** ..-. ..
j on which we live. saw Inf UK. DI. eMDO .-STREET FLOOR FLOOR

\ "In Wlldncss" has been presented Historical Fiction .mVP111: ''Jm NINnbN II:'I. II. Ili IL It 111 A 13INFANT'S Shop Shop-2ND

to the library by our welt I II
"The Lost
Colony" Edison
known naturalists Dr. and Mrs. (
Marshall) a novel about the
Carr memorial I 1
Archie as a tomyaterk
+w disappearance of
another lover of.11
the English colony founded aRoanokt I PRETHANKSGIVINGLADIES
beauty, the late Margaret Laes s.
Island in 1517; "The

d e Island" (Robert Merit) an
I :The following books were recently exciting adventure story

: acquired by the Library I starting y based when on the the Bounty loose-I SHOE CLEARANCEGROUPS

lie In an uninhabited Pacific "'-
"Markings" (Dag Hammarsk land; "The Lady Royal" (Mol-

Jold) poetic revealing brooding ly Costaln Haycraft) a younggirl's FROM ALL OUR FAMOUS BRANDS INCLUDED

self portrait of a grtatman Journey to womanhood* I CRAWLERS
against the background of 14th-
; "'11Ie Life of Henry Bru-

UriT (Beyle) new and autnorjtatlvt century England; "Little Big M-L & XL SIZES Johansen

translation of a very Man" (Thomas Berger) a successful : Carm l.rtt Reg. 16.99To22.99.. .

famous fragment of autoblograptrr entertaining burlesque
of Indian and frontier life novels Now 14.90 & 16.90
I by Stendhal; "The Private i-- I REG. 1.99,
Lift of Henry VHI" (N. full of fantastic and probably

Brvssoa Morrison) a new imaginary adventures and SALE 1.59
look at the much maligned exploits; "Two Roads to Cued' 23.00INFANT'S Reg. 12.99 To 14.99. .
Rsd Cress
monarch; "Soraya: the Autobiography -alupt (Robert Lewis Taylor ; Now 10.90
of Her Imperial HIbness" ) an exciting story about Jocqu.linaSpecial

memoir of the former two brothers who fight In the COTTON KNIT
Mexican War, by the authorof I
Empress of Iran one of the \
most beautiful women In the Pheeten."The Travels" of Jalmie Me- POLOS M-L& XL SIZES Group Stocked Heels 1\.

world; "Ducheu of J e r m y n Reg. 9.99 To U .99. Now 7.90

Street: the Lift and Good Timeof WERE 1.59, NOW 1.00 I

Ross Lewis of the Caven- Library Not I I Drtfts Flats end l Loafers

dtsb Hotel" (Daphne Fielding) NOW 5.90

a history of a luxurious private Open Nov. 26 TODDLER BOY & GIRL Reg.7.99. OUR GIFT SLIPPERS ARE IN

hotel its owner and the !
aristocratic society in England SLEEPWEARSIZES LADIES-Daniel 'e;,*.r Luxury

I' from the isso's to IK1.;, The Gainesville Public Library -: Hundreds of Pain to Choose from MEN-Evons

"Seed Money; the (;uggenhelmi win be closed all day on 2-3X Patents. Calfskins' In Navy Red. Block end

Story" (Milton ) a November J*, in observance oIl SALE 2.99Infant's Brown. M suet end widths well reprsMnted. CHlLOREN-Evons & little' Faro
report of the four Guggenheim; ) REG. 3.99
Thanksgiving It will be
foundations and of the many
gain as usual however, cn
fields in which the remarkable
slthy family's phil- Friday and Saturday Novena: Shop-5UIIT ladies Shoes-STUIT

aathropf II concerned; "Begin bet 27 and a. I I JL

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