Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00231
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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 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00231
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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ROME (AP) A four-jet airliner The flight TWA 800, originated as the captain applied the Brought to hospitals were a on the time the explosion oc
carrying 72 persons ex- In Kansas City, Mo.. brakes. By this time the plane Martin Chappler, Ernest Havell curred.
4 ploded 'in flames today after and stopped in Chicago, New had passed the end of the run- Jones, an American serviceman While some persons said the
colliding with a road grader and York, Paris and Milan before way and crossed on Into a cross- from Louisiana, and two Ethiopian blast occurred just as the plane
about' of those aboard were reaching! Rome. It was beaded runway under repair. citizens, Didane Kenu. 23, lifted off the ground, others saidit
reported killed. from Romo to Athens and Cairo. The plane's right outside motor and Tespaye Tetle, 24. They exploded while on an approach

The plane, a Trans World Air- Accounts of mechanics and knocked over a parked road were only slightly Injured. strip just before reach
line Boeing 707, was gathering other workers at the scene said grader As the plane skidded to Witnesses said fuel poured tog the runway to begin Its
speed for a takeoff at Fiumicino the crash occurred this way a halt doors opened and passengers from one of the plane's tanks take off.
3 Airport, but suddenly wobbled, The plane was speeding down began Jumping out. after it hit the grader. The fuel An airport employe said he
hit the road grader and exploded. the runway when flames erupted There was an explosion, the Ignited, they said, and the plane noticed a flame from an engine
from one of the wheel assem plane burst into flames.. Then exploded 200 yards further saw the jet roll another few
Of the 72 persons aboard 55 blies. other explosions shattered the along meters and stop. He said the
passengers and a double crew The plane started to wobble wreckage. There were conflicting reports (See CRASH en Page 2)
totaling 17 at least 20 sur
vived. Most suffered grave injures -

A Brother KneelsRobert tals. and Among were the rushed passengers to hospi-

F. Kennedy kneels Sunday at the crave of his were reported to be 26 TWA em. Gen. Taylor May Urge
brother. John F. Kennedy In Arlington National Ceme ployes and families.
tery. He placed a lone rose shown at left of eternal Among the survivors was the
flame, at the grave on this first anniversary of the pilot, Identified as Capt. Vernon
assassination of the young President. Lowell, Glen Head, N.Y,

=' >> Stepped Up Viet War '

Sees Gains

4 In Hitting Congo Rebels Grant New

Supply Lines Execution Stay for Carlson

SAIGON South Viet Nam
(AP) V.s Ambassador Maxwell LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo Include 60 Americans and more" Both countries submitted let.
D. Taylor believes that (AP)-Dr. Paul Carlson, AmerIcan than (00 Belgians. ters' Informing the Security
U.3. air strikes against Communist medical! m I I. slonary sentenced Kenyatta told newsmen after Council that the lives of the hostages
bases and supply lines In to death by Congolese Sunday's talks that Kanu told were In danger and that
North Viet Nam and Laos could
rebels, has received another him: "All foreign civilian prisoners the wo governments had taken
contribute to In South
victory stay of execution of war are safe." i'eps to evacuate them If necessary.
Viet Nam.
A rebel broadcast announcedthe The rebel broadcast said .
He also believes that the outcome
of the anti-Communist stay to permit further negotiations "Kenystta has asked that the' About BOO Belgian paratroopers
as central government execution of Major Paul Carlson
guerrilla war la "very much In have been flown by V. S
doubt troops led by white mercenaries be stayed In order to permit planes to the British Island of
The ambassador's resumed their advance on StanIryvlHe. negotiations, and out of respectfor Ascension, six hours flying time
appraisalset They captured the town Africa we agreed."
In Tribute on an AnniversaryThis might off recommend speculation an escalation,that he of Lubutu about 120 miles south The rebels have charged that from tion for Stanleyville any needed, rescue In prepares opera
east of the rebel capital Carlson Is a U.S. major cap. ation.
1 I. a general view of Arlington National Cemetery Sunday as lone lines of of the war when he meets this A good road links Lubutu with tured in combat.The 36yearoldmissionary
visitors filed past the grave of John F. Kennedy on the first anniversary of hi* week with President Johnson in Stanleyville, and the attack from Uniting\ \ Hills, A native-language broadcast
assassination. In center background is the Memorial Bridge leading to Washington. Washington Taylor flies home force expected to encounter little Calif, was sentenced to die last from Stanleyville rebel capItal -
Wednesday. called on Insurgent tribesmen .
opposition. Monday on spy charges, but
"Military action outside the "Under normal circumstancesyou rebel leader Chrlstophe Cbenye to kill all whites at the first
of Assassination -. country, Just as pure military can reach Stanleyville from postponed execution for one appearance of the paratroops,
Tragedy action inside the"country, will Lubutu In four or five hours week pending negotiations.Ghenye Belgian' sources hi Burundi said
not win !in Itself
Taylor cautioned.
"Let us generallythat driving," a military source in said in a broadcast The rebels were told they
say Leopoldville said Sunday that he was willing need not wait for orders ones
the Issue is very much in
Relived Around the WorldNEW doubt. The winner will be the Observers predicted Stan to continue negotiations. This the paratroops start dropping
one that has the ultimate will leyville would fall this week unless seemed to indicate that be Insurgent terrlory.
to win. But the military aspect the commando units run might again defer Carlson's execution. The rebel radio said In a
AP-A clusterof attended a memorial stemmed yellow rose to place
YORK ( dignitaries, Is only one piece of It." Into unexpected resistance. French-language broadcast that
white rosebuds and jasminelay Mass celebrated by Richard beside the wildflowers the widow US. policymakers, dissatisfied Rebel Foreign Minister Thorn- The United Stales has denied Americans and Belgians had
among hundreds of other Cardinal Cushing He called the had sent. There was a with the way the war has as Kanza arrived in Nairobi that Carlson Is a military manor been moved out of Stanleyville
floral offerings In a grave in slain president" one of "God's wreath from the President. been going<<, have been studying Sunday for talks with Kenya an agent. It joined Belgium and warned that their lives
Arlington National Cemetery.A greatest gifts In Los Angeles, a torch was the possibility ef extending to Prime Minister Jomo Kenystta over the weekend In asking U,N. would be In danger In the eventof
somber President snd Mrs. Tens of thousands stood In lit at the Memorial Coliseum to the north to check support of the on the fate of 1,000 white hostages members to press the rebels to "the slightest attack" 01Ilanleyvlll. \ ,
Johnson, both dressed In black, silent prayer at New York's burn from the time on the clock Viet Cong. Some observers fear In. rebel territory. They free all foreigners.he .. :
attended a special memorial Kennedy Airport and In Dallasat when he was shot until sunset. Communist China then might
service In Austin, Tex. the hour of Kennedy's death. Children of five ethnic backgrounds take a direct hand
Air Force planes flew over World leaders again Issued Caucasian, Negro, Taylor was liked about use Bryant Burns Talk 54 Laid Off
Cape Cod In the missing buddy declarations of sorrow, as so Chinese, Spanish and Seminole of limited bombing of supply i
formation one position vacant many of them had exactly one Indian placed wreaths at the routes or less limited bombing
year before foot of Miami's Torch of Friendship en major targets In the north At Sperry ,
In these and many other ways In Bonn, Mayor Wilhelm Dan In Bayfront Park.In and what reactions would be. Again I
a thoughtful nation paused Sun- iels laid a wreath at the John F. Dallas, two uniformed He said: There art" two areas on Regents .
Plant II
day to remember, and pay tribute Kennedy Bridge across the policemen solemnly placed a where It could make a contribution / -ere- -
on the first anniversary of Rhine River.Dutchmen. wreath of red roses on the graveof ithr by making more TALLAHASSEE (AP) Cov. would use legal action"
President John F. Kennedy's flocked to Amster. Patrolman J. D. Tlpptt, slain difficult the Infiltration along Farris Bryant meets with his against Bryant's appointments. By NORM LaCOE
assassination.The dam's Kennedy Avenue to look by Lee Harvey Oswald the the routes from North Viet successor, Haydon Burns, today But he did not comment when"' IM tutt Writer
tragedy that had reached at a bust of the late president president's sssassln. Nam leading generally by way In another effort to reach agreement asked whether he would seek to Fifty four workers live
around the world was relived which was unveiled Sunday. After the U-mlnute ceremony. of Laos or by striking the Infiltration on the makeup of the new void appointments If the two been laid off at the local Sperry-
around the world In solemn ceremonies Mrs. John F Kennedy was Mrs. Ttpplt walked to a police sources, the In trainingand North university Board of Regents disagreed Rand plant due to a fali oft m
staging area ss
as hundreds of thousands sent a bouquet of red carnations squad car, sat alone and wept Viet Nam Itself. The two met last Monday and Th. Herald said Burns wants work, a company official I re
put aside part of their day from German students. These possibilities do exist Bryant said they reached neither board members who would help vealed.AH .
for their own private ways of There were even a few remembrance Goes but they have their pros and agreement nor dlsagrte. him carry out Ms campaign were said to be production ,
remembering.Mrs. services behind the Ford cons. I would add again that ment, but he said he\ was optimistic pledge to do away with the trtnwster or office employees,
John F Kennedy sent a Iron Curtain. military action outside the about coming to terms 011.ppolnte. plan of year round The Sperry work force now
small sprsy of wildflower to The Warsaw popular dally Back InoIroduetion country Just as pure military ... schooling."Bryant. stands at about UO persons,
the grave. They were delivered Zycie Wanzawy published a action inside the country wall Under a new constitutional on t the other hand," down snout 130 from the employment
by her mother, Mrs. Hugh Au- tribute to Kennedy.In not win in Itself. We must restore amendment Bryant can appoint the Herald said, "toll pride of !level last January.
chine loss. Moscow, the Soviet Communist a viable society within the all nine members of the board authorship II'IIJ11 trimester system The plant, located on Waldo I
The President's widow remained party paper Pravdapraised provinces of South Viet with the consent of the State and does not want to see Road near NE JMh Avenue la I
in seclusion with her the late president ss a DETROIT tAP) With the NI1ft..." Board of Education and the If killed." part of the company's electron-
two children Caroline and John man of peace, and urged President last of it* local strikes settled Taylor said the Communists Senate. Burns, /however csn Alter the first board is appointed irs tube division, aid raalusspaeeege
Jr.. at their weekend Long Island Johnson "to develop the Ford Motor Co.planned to begin have JI'OW1IIn strength despite try to annul Bryant's appoint- terms of office will be electron devices.
residence. realistic tendencies which were turning out automobiles again heavy tosses. Gen. William C. merits, since the Senate meets staggered so that no governor Sam Berry Industrial relations -
The mother of the 23th presi/ In the Kennedy toefI,. Westmoreland, commander of to April after Bryant !leaves of. will be able to stack member' manager here blamed
dent. Rose Kennedy attendedtwo planned In than years.JO, The first of M.OM laid off or US. forces In Viet Nam, said Vet. ship In hit favor. See SPERRY ee Page 1)
Washington more -
Roman Catholic Masses st strike-idled employes returned that body counts show 12009 Meanwhile, the Miami Herald
Hyannis port Mass., where the 000 Americans, their lines assembly plants and manufacturing Viet Cong ban been killed afar said Burns Indicated to close
Kennedy family has its summer against the Virginia hills mlts as Ford this year compared with friends that he would take legal Dtiprcc Named to No. 1
home. climbed the long slopes to the prepared to rejoin the production .000 government casualties. H. action to block Bryant appointments I
Sen.-elect Robert F. Kennedy eternal flame that burns aboveKennedy's race on IMS model cars. said actual Communist losses st they fail to agree.In f
and his sister Mrs. Sargent grave. Ford, crippled since Now I probably totaled 11000 Jacksonville, Burns said !be Conches All-America Team
Shriver, knelt by the Arlington There were young adults and because of what It called parts "It Is absolutely Inconceivable made "no statement Indicating
grave to lay roses on It, and to old. babies In carriages amt shortages resulting from United to me that the Viet Cong could NEW YORK Larry Degree ef the ilea 'CtI f squad, which
pray.In Iced In wheelchairs. AIM Workers Union walkouts, ever militarily defeat the armed Code formidable Florida's swift ball played one ef the toughest
Boston about 2.000 persona President Johnson's daughters tad feet production ground \to its forces ef South Viet Nam." Housing bar and deadly blacker, wss schedules hi Florida history
Including Patricia Lawford. the Lynda Bird and Lad rivals! General Motors and Westmoreland said. Could Sec named today to s halfback slot (fee OCTREE .. Page I)
late president's sister, and state Games each brought a long- Chrysler Saigon wee hit Sunday by Its on Die Co. 1 AB America
most serious antigovernment Action Today team of the America FeoOted
riot since Premier Trace Van Coach, Aaenclalioa. H. Is FVride's
Huong look power two and a Depending on their progressat flnt All America beck.
What Lies Behind lull weeks ago. Huong ordered tonight's study ......, CIty A fixture In the SotttheaelanConferenre .
police and paratroopers to ueSte Comnuesionen Buy lake some for three seasons
The Tinted Curtain? : : action .housing the IX pound senior from
( TAYLOR eai Page I) code .a fit caned mev Macclemiy, Florida was pickedas p
.- WMrra M..MMWI big a naming mate of Kansas
If most sunglasses offer no protection from The three stage agenda Includes Gale Savers en the 'l5dl1IIIIaI1
the suns rays, why do women! wear them? an Informal meeting at Diamond Jubilee team of II *
It's a rich vein for amateur psychiatrists WHERETO 7 p m. to olscuse proposed property Nation's coaches- 1
eg. shy introverted females Bee them asa I II purchases: Die konalnf. The IU members ef tbe association
defense against the masculine world; or FIND IT code work session at I p IlL anda carrying eat a tradition
they represent an escape tram this mechanical failed meeting at U em, to bogus by !the late Walter
aseptic, automated world beck to primitive C-Ic. .." II vote on me sewer assessment Camp Yale coach, ss lib selected
tribal m****. CJeNifie4 19-21 ordinance, consider the propee- the three top teams at
Or, as lUban comedian Cgo TognaxsJsuspects. gaeoseaaw4wt 17tnieweiee ed property purchase and art the country. Their chokes: were
"Dark glasses aide women's eyes 2 en He housing code a* corami announced by Lea Casanova, as-
and the reason they wear then more fa the OpiwisS ,.t' 4 shiners are ready to *He. aodaUon president and lead
summer is that women be more often fa the S* fts 11.14 The meeting wilt .. at the coach si (be University ef Ore
sunnier then fa the winter. Women's S Utilises Operations Center, US1C gon.
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":, \. Win.frill. Sun Monday, November ZJ, 1964

PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. More About More About
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the reduction on the changing progress II developing new Page 1 i ELIZABETH HARVEY tern, Mrs. Annett Wiggins, Mri to AL*_MtDowH....'.. .HKVty.......'wM l .1M.! .01..

r national defenseweapons doors opened and MIAMI Mrs. Elizabeth McDonald Eunice Edwards and Mrs. Gloria II A,M. w TMMM NmmMr.....M. IH4ot ..
character of tubes for defense systems, passengers trtvMlM, .ryc. IIH c. i
h Harvey whose husband, Rowe all Jacksonville; seven .. _,,...11I. Caloryn
and other systems, which should result in new engineering began jumping out. At that mo Ml will M. .. _
combined with an Increasing and production sched ment, he said, an explosion Bralnard Is i former Waldo', brothers, Bennett Donald ,w*r.l tr*H...lrK1l. MrL Mi ot t. wo JOI'J ll.
reduction in ripped It to pieces.According I resident, died Friday In Miami and Jerry of Jacksonville Hubert it USI r",|lor Ttrroco Mltml, Hart.
emphasis on ules. ,
government .. OM. rvi IIIOY BUM al. win o mm.Mr
Ne after a short illness. I of Live Oak Paul of Orlando CMircH.DANIIlt .
M It* Citlwlk
; spending. to version
"All efforts being made to one by
She registered nurse Charlie of Lawtey and
;; witnesses the was M'. LOAN .. Punorolwrvlcn
r He said every effort is being rind employment for those affected plane actually
In .
and was a member cf the Catholic Freddy with the U. S. Navy Mr M,. loom I basis MOn
made to find new Jobs in by this reduction. The was making its takeoff run, lifted Church. New Jersey. ftllrtd ..Menn.e inner el 'h.D..II .

/ tine Gainesville for those who were II layoffs were made in accord a few feet off the runway, Survivors include her husband MOLUTHA KINARD P M, on 5564c.T.-51.1150.,. Newmbr will M t.had"ort ..
V cut from the payroll. with the seniority poll Icy of then dropped back, while the her .t WIMlMM.TlMrnM CMp' won Rnlorvkol ..
Brainard F. Harvey; HIGH SPRINGS Molutha L.Klnard Milot PMNrSM eed'ICIIM 11Io M-
Berry said all who were let Sperry, with those most recently pilot tried desperately to brakeit father-in-law BraInard M. Harvey .. a.,1oI will' lit 1ft Nllkrn, M..
79, died Saturday at a .,_"" Mnu&o
to a stop. neON .rtr wi'
go were paid for their unused hired affected first."Any Waldo; a daughter Mrs Lake City Hospital after an extended eider .... MrtctlM ot Wll.
sick leave or vacation. Those One wing of the plane was II..T_.. Fuwol Momo, Ptowirtwin
recall to work will be Elizabeth Ann Gonzales, Miami; Illness. to ocw,td Mme NMM wt twlHi
who had worked at least three scheduled in inverse order. Em- reported to have struck a heavy and two grandchildren. Born in Fort White he bad my wnlrlbvto to _leon ,....
Ir rJ r,,, roller at the of the cor fecHly.NAPA .
months also were given severance -ployees with three months or edge strip, MRS. LOU SUMMERS! lived in High Springs most of
damaging the !. M'" sOIeLIY Pw1rs1Nrvlcn '
pay he said. more of service received severance wing causing LOCHLOOSA Mrs. Lou Zel- his life. He worked for the Atlantic lor MrO 1/1"1. N.pl. ...
.. He said the layoffs were by pay based on the length fuel to pour out. According to la Summers, 74, died Saturdayat Coast Lint railroad and 20. will bo HoM tf I ',M\ on Timor.Nnwntor .,
to fto Clwwl
M IM ofIrinmo
seniority, with the workers who of employment. In addition, pay this version the fuel Ignited and her daughter's home In Loch- retired in 1949.SUrvivor. Pwwol Homo of L.... ....
had the least time with the plane exploded 200 yards lot wine R... Mead' Ire Brookl con.
Sperry for unused sick leave and un- farther locus after an extended illness Include two daughters Outtlno tuo .....'". lurid will to hi
dropped firstRumors used vacation went to all along. ttnUKom Cory KMT L.... City
em- She lime FlorI- Mrs. Elizabeth Hill and
had circulated in theSperry First of the Identified Injuredwas was a long sneer K.. Uroctlon tt Irtnnon FimrolHomo .
ployees. Elisabeth da resident belonged to the Mrs. Jeanette Swilley, both of it Ltto 5Wler.PsseINs .
d for several Loretta Cartley,
plant weeks 39 of Methodist Church and was i High Springs; two sons Cecil piece CMIILe" Pu.naM .
Santa Monica Calif. She ,
that a layoff was pending. Nrac5 lor'' Mr. Perking a"N
l > since More AboutDupree' was taken to Rome's San Camillo housewife. Thompson and Henry Thompson will .M lie" _.,. Nov,
The it movedto
company, Survivors Include t hr. e both of High Springs two n 1M4 it PuriiM" Line MomoriolPirk '
dr .
Hospital suffering from various ., Weil ,..bod". Mn..cOu.sepw
Gainesville ten
years ago,, fractures. daughters Mrs. Dora Polk, sisters, Mrs. Kite Stal n e k a r, Wllllirm Tlwmil FuiwrolHunt ,
has poured an average of more ,TWA Lochloosa; Mrs. Nola Mountain Fort White; and Essie Hillard, lo In nests ot tocll. irrongolUMMim. -
Identified .NnIM
some of the
than $3 million a year in payrolls and Mrs. Juan- Lake four brothers Walter
Micanopy City
; ;
local! crew members as Vernon W. Mil.' LOU ZILLA ,...
into the economy. Lowell the pilot, of Glen Head. ita Laurence Largo; a son, Frank, Alvin, all of Jack ...., Mrvlcn for Mn, tummtrt, m.
Sperry's work force, which 74. will to old M5P.M. M Mon.In
N.Y.; William A. Slaughter,; Robert Summers Sanford; and sonville; and Jeff, Lake City. Novtmtxr 13. 1'''' ot TomMlmCctnotory '
been from 500
generally has to From Page 1
Mv Clvdt Ituirtf
Simmons with con.
a sister Mrs. Annie ,
600, has accounted for about first officer of Andover, N.J.; LOGAN DANIELS Ouctlno Ir* ...,Ic... lurlil will to InTompklno
Micanopy. Daniels 71 of 630 .. \.echl.... unoor
John W, Churchill second officer Logan S. ctmttory
two per cent of the jobs I n measured up once again to his (1.L.dM of Wllllomi-TlMmoi f\f
Alachua of Ridgafield, Conn., and SHIRLEY NAPIER NE (th St., died Sunday at ....1 Mom
lP Wlroplwto to tie Iwl) County rating as a bulls -eye blocker
H. Warren JACKSONVILLE Mrs. Shirley Alachua General Hospital.He .
Lowery, flight engineer
Here Is Sperry's statement Issued and ace-In-a-hole runner.
: of Tomorrow? of Levittown N.Y, Napier 29, of Jacksonville, was a retired former own- Mrs Jim Anglin Trav .11 r'.
Stars Friday: Larry bowled over for two TWA said the plane hit s daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben er of Daniels Service Station l Rest. S.C.; three brothers, W.
"A reduction in force of 54 touchdowns In the 37 0 rout truck used for laying tar. The nett L. Wilklson, Lawtey, died and lived here for 30 years. He J.. J. D. and L. W. Daniels all\
Ten young ".Ur. of tomorrow" picked by the production and clerical employees of South Carolina as Florida truck was rolled over. at her horn here Saturday of was a Mason and Shriner. of New Holland, Ga; two grandchildren
Hollywood Make-up Artists and Hair Stylist as of the local Sperry Rand rolled to national acclaim. In TWA said its employei an apparent heart attack. Survivors Include his widow, and two great-grand

most likely star candidates of 1965 pose In Hollywood plant was announced today by the 14 7 upset by Georgia aboard the plane were making She was born in Bradford Mrs. Wilma Nell\ Daniels; a children.

at the 12th annual Hollywood Deb Star Ball. Industrial Relations Manager Dupree scored his team's lone vacation trips or were on their, County and lived In Lawtey u daughter, Mrs. Geneva Culpep-

Left to rights front row, Beverly Wanhburn, Raquel Sam Berry. touchdown on a seven yard way to stations of service. Nineteen -til moving here about ten years I per Arlington, Vs.; a son, Jerry DEADSpanish
Welch and Wendy Stuart. Second row, Mary Ann "This reduction I li the result burst of these boarded the planeat ago. She was a member of the Daniels Winter Park; five
Mobley a former MlM America; Laurie Sibhald and of the ever changing characterof Dupree will fly to New York Rome. Woodlawn B a p t lit Church ol t! sisters Mrs. Glen Whltmlre, Moss is killed
Barbara Perkins. Third row Tracy Mcllale (left defense systems and con.-Sunday after Florida's game Flight operations at the air,. Lawtey. Ormond Beach; Mrs. Eula Head when sprayed by

background), Margaret Mason. Back row, Janet tlnued emphasis on cost reduction with Miami this Saturday to appear port were halted. Outgoing: Surviving are her husband,, and Mae Chllds Daniels both of Florida Pert Control

Landgard; (center background Donna Loran. in government spending"Engineering on the Ed Sullivan show flights were delayed indefinitely -Joe; parents; two daughters,, New Holland\ Ga.; Mrs. Newt Cena Fsu ISTIMATInr 2-2661 for
work now 1 In I with the other All-Americas. Incoming flights were Deborah and Sherrl; three sis. Mann Flower Branch Ga.; and

u.s. Ambassador Howard P.

t soon the Jones Jones Center of Interchange to said Hawaii.a become veteran of today Cultural he at chancellor of the will 14 and years University resign Technical of In- PUT A TIGER IN YOUR TANK!

the diplomatic service in Asia,

+?r said he had not yet submittedhis
resignation to President
Johnson but that he had Informed
Indonesian President

[Sukarno of his intention to

Jones has been ambassador to

I Jakarta since February 1958. He
..and put me In
is a close friend of Sukamo.DISAPPEARS .
your playroom ,,

Mrs. Catherine Bauer Wur- I '

-.-'star 89, wile ol the former dean 'I, \ !
(*' Wi".'.'. to If" WeMary ) of the .d ,
Elk Tenlu to a see- .
rotary by day, (above) and a sity unlve..1 1 .
nia .' .t: ;
night (1IeIow):'Sbe r i
ISffiiny! by '
Architec lure,
...ecretar, for Senator-elect (
JJQepk D. Tydlngs tf Mary. disappearedmysteriously <.ltVV

MId but at night she changes
hit sedate daytime attire fora Saturday near Ydl;, I
at her home, it
scanty Bunny
was ,
Baltimore's l Playboy Club.
Sunday. Firemen kz
and sheriff's
deputies Mrs. Wvrster +aNk

I I found Mrs. Wurster's cir on a .

.ft' / J ridge about three miles from ,
her home at Stinson Beach

More than 200 searchers comb .
ed the area and found no trace \

of the woman.
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BACK AGAIN !\' fwl

The syndicated newspaper ;

column of Sen. Barry Goldwa-

I ter, which he suspended early .
this year upon deciding to seek "
the Republican presidential! N.

nomination will be resumed
N ,'I>
w Jan. 4.The .
M I Los Angeles Times SyndI-- a

cate introduced the Arizona senator ,
as a columnist In 1960. a

(*' Wi'....... lo Dio few Once again it will distribute the IIA r t \
three-tlmM-a.week column, according -
REWARD to an announcement in

"The price on Martin lion Los Angeles by Goldwater and yw'J

msnn's head Is $25.000. Times publisher_Otis Chandler.
west Gorman authorities have -

pHlnlsed that reward for information -
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leading to the arrest

ofBormann one of Adolph Hit-
len top lieutenants during the.

Nail regime. I TaylorFrom l \

Bormann disappeared at the :$'if I I
end-et World War IL He subsequently ,

was sentenced to death I Page 1

in absentia by the Nuremberg
war jrrlmes tribunal. tear gas to disperse a march ol
There have been recurrent I 1,000 Buddhists on the government

rumors that he is alive hiding palace. Win this 5'2-foot !
toy tiger
'out in elite, possibly Aa earlier Buddhist demon-
II stration In which a score of persons

SECLUDED were Injured and 40 arrested -
touched oft the palace
.-Mrs. Jobs T. Kennedy observed march. Police swung clubs and 3

the first anniversary of kicked with heavy boots to scat Mat of these local Ease dealers will be jiving away a giant toy tiger-over 54 feet lone from his whiskers to

her husband's assassins 10 n tar the dissidents calling fHuong's '4's, the tip of his tail FREE to winner. HYa
some lucky the biggest furriest Christmas
tier ,
Sunday In seclusion with resignation. The Buddhists surprise a child could hope

two children at her weekend claimed four person 37M for! Just drive in and register with any of the listed Esw stations where you see the "Giant Tiger"
residence on Long Island. were killed but the government lira-
.She did not attend any of the denied this. chase necea ary. You don't have to be present at the drawing to win. Ask for a free tiger coloring book, took witT-n

memorial services. A spokesman page of tiger adventures.
1 1I
Mrs. Kennedys -
> wish emphasized to mark the anniversary Gainesville Sun Your Easo dealer Jw a tiger for rown"W, too-New Hilh energy Easo Extra gasoline It has the
I rVjbliihool/ OMOD tSanad.y /mi-.** Miry M. clueing
In privacy.the Kennedy children ....sr.: mom. r ,coiorti) Both of Inns by she Galnnvlll/ '' Pub
will have birthdays this we k. :1 Uth.no Campo t tot StIrxl
John Jr. win be 4 on Wedn Floe*. ain..:llo. fkxkta)
dly and Caroline will be T otFriday. end mares ensured.! tf.0..Pest second Office clot. elGainonlllt GAINESVILLE 2215 N. Main Street I ALACHUA

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second terms of Franklin D All mail fubotrlptiani mull 519 NW 10th Street
bo paid m odvoyxa.
turned N.
Roosevelt, has Mombw of Aud linen *fCirculation.
He greeted about 2SO person)I HUMBLE

for a bait-hour at his Uvildttco AM ..Neill MM..od aerN AMERICA'S LEADING ENERGY COMPANY MAKERS OP'ESSO PRODUCTS S
residence, and wai I a.. aeon', eO a.. ee..r.e'sIse OIL d. REFINING COMPANY
se n. Ci.ann "I N.A a.IM1.nM .
presented Among those with a sending huge cake.birthdajwishes ,.Ini". seue.-M -.'-M tilt 5. pin....... ClnmoKwt'I" _.... ,.erne. fe.e
..1.M.. ass ..Me..a.
was President Johnson.

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day night and showers and drizzle along the Calf coast. Temperature Mon'l
colder from the northern Rockies to the upper Great Lake and warmer
of the Mississippi. J.M- FIELDS .

Weathca' Roundup 7 Convicts RCA VICTOR EMERSON MOTOROLA fop bran*i


4C w Walla WallaWALLA --= -:- : i
C-Mostly cloudy through WALLA, Wash. (AP) d
Tuesday with occasional rain Seven convicts, Including I WHY \ [ ,
likely tonight or Tuesday. Low three convicted murderers,
tonight 50 to 55. High tues- a + eWF crawled to freedom through a *
day 85 Northeasterly winds IS E tunnel Sunday night from their ::11 PAY :
or Z5 miles an hour gradually maximum security cell block at 298o

warnings diminishing.are displayed.Small T craft......, f the Washington. State Penitentiary. : ( ] I MORE I j
D-MMiir cloudy ttirousli
with ....,..., riM. holy" tcnlgM.or.. i The Washington State Patrol I I .
TuMUy Loot tonioHt U to ML HKTuoidiy H and Oregon State Police set up
II It 15 U mOth I.* n.M NorthMinrlv hour f_".lly.wlndl dlmln .. roadblocks for the aeven,' all ...Ot4\'f 0 Famous Motel o All 82 channel! Full power ..
.,Itploytd.IP''''..... Small Nan womlnet, art e. 'veterans of previous Jailbreaks ",0 --_ transformer gives longer tube life, troub -fr./o
_.Mostly slum Mrougk Tool-. I Harold Schoesler, a correctional -' cperationl High fidelity FM sound syst.ml-! Color

or TlMKlw toy TuoMUy wild n l the men officer had at dug the through prison,a said cement with IW 21" Of It" urea 2 ,". 01. Of ..... Y.. 0155 p.rohes. a hb.rtier tar .., i.e5lh'1 contrast sharpen picture! Operates; at,24,000 __
.. volts of
M mim/ Nw. pIcture powers! -
wl.h., =
.tog Small read floor In the cell block and Ter
Id._ .m. to- tunneled about 40 feet to a point
with ...,," low 51 II outside. Emerson RCA Victor
>M Bhl..lit...... \ .- Warden Bob Shay said homemade 21" COLOR TABLE 21" COLOR I 21", COLOR '
Hi hour..,", shovels were found In the LOWBOY TV $
H I ?Iii.M ,.m.. tunnel. Irllllonl. 11I..11., COUr TV M' $349 .Ient 1.7.00 .1117 TV III The mast s.lor 1M.a5M hS
nlgM do" ? with or' r 5 III pm. "The men were not armed ce.np5ct.. mullMl ,toM 1140115" II,,,. pM.mparIty cle/. yourt I.gS.y MMotored .Oils..11.ndoomo, e1.Mremad.
.. No M / nd1.
M Hloh T when they left, unless possibly "
ly winds...."II'.'lo .. they had homemade knives,"
tro dliol'0- 74p. m Schoesler said '"They would
TIMPI ...,
110. have firearms at rate.
comor no any
do villa Apparently they left on foot."
Allln1.Now Ort.... .P and a :::11.. The tunnel was discovered ..t .w, find.i .+LY y
1.5105 : Sin. oM between I:30 and 10 p.m. The
Now y., and II If men had last been seen at dinner
WIdi1.m..lllptdn a !t about I p,m.
with oc
DMrva, or Tuo I The men were Identified as 111
" Worm .II M II Vertis James Barrett, U, Arthur d
Leo "Ano.IM
St. Peter 39, Nell C. Wai.
len, 21, John L Mullenlx, 33,
Harold Thomas, 31, Donald
from Maseros 23, and Richard Eugene
(3 to LOOK, 26Islands.
slightly coast., AM/FM STEREO
five-day one to. Have
a m I. Power. Cut Off CONSOLE MO" r
-- ---- -- .
Powerful circuit Full NO
I 9.1, AM FM Radiol i7a '1rp,
FRIDAY "" e It?
HARBOR Wash. .... 4wr P sy;l
I e 4 way sound "
(AP) "The Thanksgiving turkey 88
is probably out the window, a Jam-proof 4-spied l lchangtrl
e" sa
e 2 sapphire 5 dEl O
unless they use charcoal broilers -
or something, but otherwise ttylil PpICEO
we're getting along fine" 011G1N* S&atti.
R. E. Hartzog editor of the FAMOUS NAMEPORTABLE '
Du Friday Harbor Journal, 12"
County, seeking summed up the situation Sun
on day as Washington's San Juan Ughewsioht compact SUPER-RUGGED HEAVY DUTY
school of Islands faced several weeks of t ir KlaMuaDry hoMe .
to appeal sugges power rationing r 'lredportobl.MA\I! \
ciation of An underwater cable from ekennel uM '.VF"'. 12 LB WASHER !
dary united the mainland broke Thursday : Bulll In iwlvtl nteiwolarphono I
State hh [ ] Jackl3octove
night, cutting off the supply of

Kelp Thomas ," Dr. break nearly was 1,000 tentatively power users located The ,40:1: $88 /1(41/t 695 a J/ '/J/ 1f t( thetdiUlor'cwn

to state "is Saturday. William Frans, Bon-
and neville power administration
The want to area manager said it Is Impossible /any,
dropping .icommend and that to tell how long the repair
CARNEGIE"I": to Job win take, but it will be ..
sociation weeks. "' $ '
funds, concern 87
prop Bank OfficialTo CONSOLE ORGAN 149

UF Florida Talk HereJacob keyboord, 17keytl
Win dropping U-bviton chord .,, ..,
be-, Magenh el m e r. past plover, iMpf t minor
Two for president of the Chase Manhattan Rhythm burl Completo !as Big 12.pound capacity I Even washes 7 ,h.." In a single
business on pro Bank of New York City, with UpholMered bKA, e t loodl Save times" work, loop, wat." Complete wash
dents and will speak at the bl weekly lamp 1 3 booki *4 eay* M eyclel 3-way Rinoovowayl Eneluaiv Undertow Agitator! i
struction dropping evening kmcheon of the Christian ploy tuned 11111 Nkr Water Temperature Selector Safer for all fabrics! !

scholastic their was' ac al GilnesvOJe.Business Mena Mr. Magenhelnver Committeeof Man/- more plus featuredA Del.Service opt.xtro !,
William to since his retirement has devoted -
ceived his efforts toward the development ,
Lester A. the of CBMCI activities
bi Florida.
with a $ /
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ami from I pm. on Tuesday evening at

sponsored continue the the The Park public Lane Is Cafeteria Invited and a bretie through your holiday cooking with a new 1965

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ifttt.5Uilk iun OF Y .Y

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JOHN .. HAmmON, ,roues ... C7 j
PiiMliMri, 'PAT COWLS VIM '..... A GI Bill
Florida'/ Beautiful at **', ID JOMNtON Vic. rrMUt*
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Tnlverelty: City IIIIIOLI, Viet ,,.,,"", .M A.. 1 1N 1wr
wrtl li e Dlrwhn ( T* ,.9UOM, By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
VIM Prumiir Mrt .m //e.eM.r.
..11.... Prw 11'1...., ..,_ A few years ago! simultaneously the Congress of the United
THE W w s.s.w.l..1 -,.... lled Status of Forces
SUN'S POLICY States found Itself debating the so-c

Treaty, and four CI's found themselves sitting at a bar at a
I 1. Rtport the news fully end Jmportlally In Ihs news eotunns.E Wate' hootchie-kootchie Joint In'Turkey What happened to the Gl'i
2. xpr..e the epmiooi of .>. Sun In-but wily "In- editorials.I. .
N is more dramatic than what happened In Congress, though by
rueiitt/ oH .
nan of important centrovtraiai/ but*. no means related. ,

The Sun's telephones: All departments-378-1411 Bcailtiflll In Washington the discussion (which got nowhere had to do
with whether or not to repeal a treaty which cedes to foreign

powers the authority to prosecute and try American'soldiers
for offenses against local laws The argument In favor of re

I Travel : WaterHigh peal focused on the disparities between our own code of pun-
Savings Lhment and that of aoni other countries

When you travel over one of the small items as two cent for each' above us the waterfall IT 11 GENERALLY conceded that if an American GI

new four-Une, limited access highway stoplight atop, per-mile depreciation broke over the ragged blade kills somebody in a foreign country, It Is altogether approprIate -
!, such M Interstate 78, you savemore of one of the' blue ridges of that he should be tried by a foreign court and Imprisoned
than time and good and wear on tire treads. The federal the Appalachians l& came for life or even executed, the penalty for that crime! being

temper. government engineers, however; have splashing down almost 100 3 parallel our own. It is not, on the other hand all that obvious
Some ef America' Good Roads associations taken these things into consideration feet In I series of cascades -.ex.r that an American GI caught, let us say,stealing in Saudi
have figured that the mo- flung ouut by Jutting stones. Arabia should have one if his hands chopped off, that beingthe

,torist saves a fraction over one cent when they approve or disapprove From the pool at the base a thing one does, in Saudi Arabia to thieves

per mile by using the new superhigh-' routes suggested by the various clear mountain stream formed The CI'. In question ran Into that kind of thing. They were

,ways. states. and flowed crookedly down approached by a belly dancer who feigned an urgent need for

the narrow valley, finding its American cash. Speclfical y,

This ii (Impressive evidence of the The savings for a Gainesville motorist and way pleasantly marbled stones.A around. granite' HANGS OVER ALLIANCE CRISIS she wanted 500 bucks, and

worth of the Interstate Highway driving/ to Tampa and back said she was willing to pay
i. knot of persons stood for the dollars at the rate of
>system, which is well under way in over Interstate 75, when that link is looking at the falls. A 'small 15 Turkish lire to one, this ata I

i Florida and scheduled completion, completed below Wildwood, will boy detached himself from time when the official exchange

here and elsewhere in the nation, by amount to about $2.50, according to his elders and flung himself Lurking Shadow rate was H and the

t 1972. these calculations. Even for the short down by the stream, preparing black market rate 141. TbeGI's

round trip of 90 miles to and from to drink from It. "No, apparently bit.

Most motorists think of these new Lake City, there'd be a saving of son, said his father, a doctor The next day, two .of them

highway in terms of reducing driving nearly a dollar over using crowded "don't drink; There almost ,<<: Nrro tynrfc Ilmri nlng lor the Germans to create national nuclear armament.On were picked: up by the Turkish
also certainly are typhoid By ,C. L. SULZNERGER a national army instMd. April 2, 198, Chancellor police It transpired that
time and for the of
':' easing two-lane traffic routes. germs, or worse, In |It." PARIS Behind each, aspect "No," he replied "Our plans Adenauer told me "We do the lady with the belly was a.tooly.
atrain that ii always present when ,of the current Western have been made. It is merelya 'not want such weapons for The police demanded
traveling crowded two-lane roads. It. may seem that we're making a MAN'S DISREGARD jgr crisis lurks West Germany's question of changing hats." Germany." On .Jan. 31, 1963, a confession The GI's demur

These plus factor itlll are most important big fuss out of insignificant items, conservation, his glee In lesv! dark, 'reluctant-shadow. The Trance rejected the European De Gaulle t told me: "The Ger- red whereupon their wrists

but the saving In driving but when these are multiplied by the Ing tin cans and garbage (and Germans have'not sought to army Aug. 31, 1954, but mans are committed not to do were tied together and, hoisted
cost also deserve some mention. millions worse things) at camping or be the subject of an lntra-al- Speld was right. The Germane this (atomic arming). It Is entirely a few Inches off the floor,
of cars that travel these "
picnic places along streams lied tug of war but, such is now have the largest out of the question. On they were metholdcally flagged -
.. roads (or will be when they are com- had Intruded. their geographical posit 1 an, of NATO's continental arm Oct. 1, 1964, Bonn's Defense with leather strips until,

The average motorist doesn't atopto pleted), the saving are put in a new Grownups a t the falls re- their economic vigor, their tea This Inescapable fact Minister Von Missel officially thinking the matter over, they
figure his driving down to such lirht.II" membered childhoods whenone military strength their sad gradually Inspired thought repudiated national nuclear agreed to confess that they

d ran k from mountain partitioned fate and terrible that Germany, despite Its arms In a telegram to Drlk had, after all, committed the
past that they cannot escape. treaty pledge not to manufacture Stlkker, the wise Dutch crime Their Confederates
NEW TREND IN GOVERNMENT streams and springs One/ af statesman who
least, remembered E u r o p e'. nuclear weapons, recently re- who by this time had also
a young Economical should have some access to tired as NATO's Secretary been
picked also
boy handling depends on up, agreedto
a plow In (he/ General.
the allied arsenal.
German acceptance of } plead guilty
unskilled 'chore of
Economy and ParsimonyBy middIes" In "busting French demand to lower grain Nevertheless, Washington
fields of young prices. Politically, Washington StCH AN aspiration Is by Insists that some day) Bonn THE SENTENCE: seven
\ .., corn from- and of a nearby spring and Paris are vying for no meant general Inside G.r- will demand Its own atomic months In jail and a $700

I JOSEPH ALSOPWASHINGTONA ire luccessful farmers, with government but which one filled the jug Germany's prior allegiance. many although It has Important weapons If it Im'tlIven a fine. But one of the GI's, Corporal
programs, of cool water that
one kept In advocates like former share In allied arsenals The
I brand- annual Incomes averaging Militarily, the'entire question Dale McCulstlon, decided -
'new trend In American politics close to 110,000 a year and will also work out yardsticksthat the shade at one end of the of sharing NATO nuclear responsibilities Defense Minister, Strauss. It French think this Is nonsense to appeal charging the

{\ and government alwsyi. with capital assets land, can be applied to new rows, hinges on Ger- found powerful support In the that the Idea merely whets Turks with third degree, entrapment -
deserves notice. And the U.S. buildings, stock and machinery programs. In Faulkner's "As I Lay many's role. U. S. but Britain and Gaulllst German nuclear appetltles. and assorted other -

ovemm.nt'. Increased alien- that probably average One such Dying." the character D It I .To cap this, there is vivid France oppose it. De Gaulle, The British, also believing violations of human rights
Uon to what la called close to $100,000 per fanner. study already Bun d r e n remember; possibility of.sharp Soviet reaction Indeed, accomplished the remarkable Washington is wrong, are which, at least technically,
"cost effectiveness" Is certainly been made of the cost effectiveness "When I was a boy r ,first! to any formula granting feat of signing West subtly trying to water down are guaranteed by Turkish
such a trend. The other zI million farmers of the federal gov learned how much better water atomic access1 la the Get. Germany as a special French.: the MLF proposal. law.
are unsuccessful, with ernment' past and planned tastes when It has set mans. For Moscdw, Germany any wnue rejecting ootn
As "cost effectiveness" Ii atypical trifling capital assets, and Incomes Investment Irrigation while In U both Europe's key and a Bonn nuclear arming and PARIS SUSPECTS tHat Five, f-l-v-e, years later -
a cedar bucket
anti-English phrase/ of close to and often far which amounts In all to $51 Warmish cool touchstone of Western Inten claims to Oder Delias fron- Washington, Irked with De during which the Corporal
modern bureaucratese, It Ii below the poverty Isvsl. But ,billion, At current price., Irrigation taste like the hot, with a faint tions, an Indicator as to tier revision. Gaulle, Is trying to sabotage his wife and their five Mil-\
best to begin by citing a specific who gets what share of theM spending provides a July windIn whether Washington really French policy was less firm his Franco! German entente. cren, were forbidden to leave
example. Consider, then, billion we spend to prop free subsidy of $/r oo to $2000! cedar trees smells. It has wants to ease Its Soviet re before De Gaulle. As the This dispute Is mirrored by the country-a high Turkish
the rancid swamp which Is farm prices? The answer Is per acre to the owner of the to set at least sU hours, and lations. Fourth Republic I I waned, development of "pro Amer. court dismissed three of the
the American substitute for a that the poverty stricken 2.5 irrigated land, over and above be drunk from a gourd Water Jacques Cnaban Detmaj defense ican" and "pro French" four charges against the Cor-
farm policy. million U.S. farmer let only water charges.IN should never be drunk' TODAY'S ARGUMENT minister in the Caillard German political: factions It poral. Whereupon the lower
about 20 cent of the from metal Is noteworthy that Adenauerand court, enraged at the
In President John Ken- per $4 Stems front the early 1950s cabinet, mad. a verbal deal Corpo
o ned lilt In office billion, while the .uccml u I CALIFORNIA, the luckier when first the Russians, then with Strauss granting Germany Strauss, who used to be ral's legal successes, retaliated
year ,
ef Or million farmers get all the Irrigation farmers are cur- the West rearmed their Ger- access to French nuclear Washington favorites, are now sentencing him In the remaining -
vllls Secretary Freeman Agriculture tried to reduce rest, or about 3.2 billion. rently paying less than $2,SO "AVD AT NIGHT It Is better many. Throughout 1953 and weapons In exchange for the "Caullist" leaders. count to se v e n

the vast maintenance cost of per acre foot of water, whereas still. I used to lie on the 1954 an effort resembling the financial and technical aid. It Is Incredibly dangerousto months In prison and, no less
the by offering lb. WC ARE NOT, of course, the city of Us Angeles will pallet Irr the hall waiting until present movement for a I recently maligned Strauss make dynamic Germany $17000 In fine. Corporal Me-
I wheat swamp and feed farmer paying an average of 13200 shortly be paying no less than I could hear them all NATO Multilateral Nuclear by saying this resulted from the subject of Intra allied Cuistion, toward the end of
clear choice between' per annum to each of these $63 per acre foot..Yet the Loa .asleep, 10 I could get up and Force (MLF) sought to ere his Initiative; the Initiative competition. Alresdy Russia his jail sentence, confessed
:,i control priessypporta successful firmer A Considerable Angeles water, by permitting go back to the bucket. It ate a European army IncludIng was apparently French. had been trying to woo Bonn he didn't hIVe anything like
plus or share of the M billion industrial growth, will generate would be black, the shelf Germans eastward under Khrushc h e v $17000, The alternative I ?
:bo control no
I price were( tup- cost of price supports Increased federal tax revenues black, the still surface of the On June 23, 1954 France's AFTER DE GAULLE regained whose son-in-law. Aleksel Ad- Three additional years In
The f fsrmeri then
told ports.they could not have their goes for such Incidentals 11storsge And the Irrigated land, water a round orifice In..nothingness General De Larmlnat submitted power, Strauss asked lubel, told the Germans last .
costs But the fact remains of course, produces crops where before I stirred a new propossl to the the General's defense minister summer "we Russians are the .Jail.This
cake and eat It, too. Is what he
that the taxpayer are which generate additional I It awake with the dipperI European army's military to honor the arrangement.He only ones whO understand months faced two

I BY THEIR OWN vote the now laying out 13200 per price support payments. could see maybe a star or committee thereby sounding was rebuffed and the accord you,* Khrushchev has gone last ago, when a few val-
head per annum to Insure the two In the bucket, and maybeIn Its death knell. That day I was ultimately denagotl- but not Soviet obsession with journalists, notably Mr.
then Jack
wheat farmer
rejected Income of one of the m out Agriculture Is not the only the dipper a star or two before asked Bonn's committee representative ated Both Bonn and Paris Germany. The Welt should Kofoed of the Miami
controls-plus price supports. prosperous, even wealthy area where cost effectiveness I drank ." General Speldel., have since at the highest level avoid, not exacerbate, wrangles Herald and Mr. Fulton Lewis -
Whereupon President Kennedy single groups In the entire studies quickly dredgeup lilt would require much plan- eschewed West Germany's on this explosive subject Jr., undertook to raiN the
decided that the farmersmust U.S. population.This such lurid results. The veterans We each have 'I nostalgiafor money and spring the unhappy
: after ill be allowed to programs, the M e r- the past A new book "A -- American (It had previ.ously ,.
have their cake and eat It. fairly startling example chant Marine progam and Vanishing America," tells the been established that
i ,too. Since President Lyndon wn cited In a recent speechby many others are full of comparable life and times of 12 regional the United States government
;Johnson hIS taken the same the budget director, Kermit anomalies.To towns by as many authors. [Voice of the has no resources to tap
j :line this yeir's bill for farm Cordon, to a meeting of Th. book Is heavy with nostalgia People for extremities of this nature,
'price supports without controls the Committee for Economic avoid such anoma 11 e i, and mournful sentiment and was not disposed lo reduce

will reach the staggering <- Development. Beginning I In Sargent Shriver Is recruiting There are excellent I I IO.i. by $17,000 the couple
total of M billion. the time of David Bell cost a top economist make cost- photographs many of harsh .Oil The Sim's Opinion Pngc* hundred million dollar we
effectiveness has be. I I. effectiveness studies of the
n give to
_Thli figure, In Itself raises different frontier, mountain and West Turkey every year.)
I a cost effectiveness cresslngly studied at the progrsms IncludedIn 'ern towns well those .:.... sad ..", ..ta d s". ,....... aN as 15115 'le Mi vs.e d "'. ,..... ..1...... &..eo.,.
*> question Budget Bureau his snit poverty effortAt as as ..... be .1.... end h. tae ...... s .._ ....'.. will W .lthheld It N._... a __ ......14 "WELL THE GENEROSITY
lilt: better to spend $4 bit\ the Defend Department with dappled lawns and all ... ...... 100 wadi .... ..... e1 ......It se eels .... sads el t.. "._. P...n ....... N .... Tb.S. of the
Won supporting prices for only The, deputy director of course, Comptroller the neatness of the older East .. t..r m tb* nabs N Hiett .er .tame a a..b.M. A. wCbwe ......i... Ms ......... a.eae. ..e'YYL. American public wes
enough to inrlnl lhl. narlimklar
t) million U.S.
farmers? Or
diaries schulue. Has made manes Hllcll, whose book and the Delta South. The ugliness / There- --
lilt better \to spend the lame himself something of a Specialist on defense economics startedthe that was'around themIs .
sum on our dilapidated educational In the subject Director whole thing has long excluded, though/ in pitturtl letter Answer: the future with no 101 II ce Communist lurk '.verywhereshould generic the question: Shouldn't

system" or for some ether Cordon la also considering required cost effectiveness and stories e/the old Clearly the overwhelming majority disabuse their minds of Suites government of the United
I urgent need letting up i permanent cost fits of ill Western! of.American' voters do bat acknowledge eome kind
defense appropriations towns of another generation > In Reason. communism is to live up of
But that Is not the end of effectiveness' responsibility for defend
j study of .
group the bleakness and not agree with the philosophy this erroneous tear and realize hag Its citizens
ihlsgrWy itory. Thellimk three four against egregious
I hen U.S. farmers are sharply her,. or They will high not staff only mem be The trend Is real, In short. the harsh, even cruel quality EDITOR Sun: WhenFJlR.debates' Implied In question! i that the beet way to canto discrepancies between

divided Into two very differ- charged with making cosleftectlveneu But results l must still be of life creeps In. (That quality Alt Lsndon bt a (Genesis' H) but rather agree the tenets of democracy. American and other penal
ant greupi. A million of them studies of existing awaited In Inis. Is no worse ore hastensto landslide In U3t, Harold I with the New Testament Those who think they flee It Is unlikely that a
many than that of Ickes..Secrtta" of the In. Saudi
say Arabian
today's ]joined the court will chop
tenor Vermont teaching (1 John 1), about<< Republican Party
unwn slumps on one wonders suggested that should make re off the lightflngered band of
POTOMAC FEVER how valid Is the nostalgla (one of the two stales those who say they love God Goldwater's extremism sppralsal. any CL

: for the best of the townsof which went Republican) be, while hating their I fellowmen been resoundingly repudiated.has

the older days when epidemics set aside as a federal park and which, possess In g Only those Republicans ButtSIer\ dlscrepancte.
By JACK AMI-SON, Cowles Washington Duress who such ai those
in which to preserve the species Corporal MoCuiitios
and world
raged there this goods, lack corn- rejected him survived She
The advertising agency men who handled the Goldwater campaign say they'd were no drugs\ when (vtsplt- 'homo Republicans. Jo' passion for those In need. election was ensnared by,
3o it differently next time package the ala preserve* for posterit y m. are here lo remind us of the
product without were lacking when the
Jnouth. quick-opening frightening Image of Goldwe- A few' specific suggestions Every Institution formed dtfectlveness of the Status of
good life best In
i houses on was Main StreelNOSTALGI. the big ter (neither Rrpubl I c a n nor may be In order. Those doctors by Imperfect' men needs constant Forces Tnsty. It is bad

Democirt), which the American who fear medicare may Improvement Every enough to wrest a young

LBJ gave Lady Bird a picture of Marshall Matt Dillon for an anniversary( .\ IS please at, electorate had the good best work against such a law passed by Imperfect leghlators American from his norm a I
judgment reject it la now should be pursuits and send him lo a
!r..lt.IIeI we thought he disapproved of guys who shoot from the hipS like a tranquilizing pill or a proposed that earn congenial plait, by feducllf' l their reviewed Gunies aDd regularly Improvements remote corner of the world to

deep dream of peace and Joy. environment say, Alabama charges and by using their must be made hi protect Universal Freedom. It
But how valid and Misaiadpplbe Influence to light. of the la
let get hospital and times not la mwol unnecessary to subject him
Now that we have an extradition treaty with Brazil, about the only place One thing however, Is cer apart as a preserve wherein durg costs lowered. In the conditions Of other times. to a set of laws that punish
.:the US. government can't get at you is Mississippi. lain If we do not busy our- the Senator and his devotees meantime la be oowtst a t. There .b nothing aimed about misbehavior according to a
selves with conservation so may live outside the nt al.I yesterday merely because kate of penalties utterly alien
that eome of our mountains, alum& .' America and enjoy they should refuse to have I ft has passed. to the soldier's experience.The .
The South African government la easing up on the color line. The Prime beaches dunes and areas of no government except the law anything (o do with hospitals.
Minister says It Britain woa't sell arms hell go to the black market. forest, grass and flowers of the jungle research' etc, sponsored .' Tie approach to our proa- Status ef Forces Treaty
wholly or In part by the fed ten is not Goldwater'e racJ. very much needs altering
are kept we shall have deprived n no such acrommodat I. a eral governmentThose callsa pulling up by the and Corporal McCulstlsa'i

our generation a a d cannot be arranged those who she fear roou: nor i II tt ate obstruc> experience will serve, ustfl-
C COP governors will meet fa Denver to plan party atratagy. That'a not hIgh those to come of a vlid value ttiey" have tionism and
'::enough. Burch persist until you get above the timber line. and pleasure. We already are supported Goldwater list er may lose their freedom self la throwing of eke let ne hope thai never
with such relljUe Server should count their Messkits. arms Ow path ef society happens something e v i amt
short of water, and what we w 11 h a hand
They may find sounding .x*! ) comes along to
= shag confront In HIM when and 1C:* him cm see nothing they Rather it b BM. el demonstrate the for
have more freedom Bun recoodiaU necessity
The Census hur... says 1000,000 wives earn more than their .\a laact.. the population win have doubled but evil In the I'alted deserve and reajoaablatat, nw and better treaties now
er can nse umeSlsnry
_lAnd some of them eta also took sort of. -
none now Buy say. Stales government must face These wbo Imagine that that we are lurching to*
a-BSOUBER wards tU Great Society.II .

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November 23 1M4 Gainesville SUit S
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I tpff $ :. MEDRuth I E Ago THE f fl III IL Y Of Calendar Events m .. ;( ,.,, m "

Weimer, Women's Editor

WEDNESDAY, November M town N.J., J. C Dickinson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams Monroe m announce the birth
III Swan TODAY, November 21
Lake.Rehearsal .
Luncheon complimenting 1 of a son Robert Keith Monroe, born November 10 at Alachui

Mina Jan Bingham, bride- I dinner honoring I Nuptials Solemnized i I Alpha Gamma Delta Alum- General Hospital. Mrs Monroe Is the former Miss Janice Can .

elect of George Schlldge I Miss Jane Bingham and their nie Club, S p.m., Mrs. Perry non.
R. Adams, 1119 SW Ninth Paternal grandparents are Mr. and !bins R. A. Monroe Jr.
of Middletown, N. J., 1:30: I ion, George Schlidge, Mr. and
Road. and maternal grandparents art Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle M. Cannon
p.m., Mrs. G. H. Boutelle, 421 Mrs. A. T. Schildge of Mid. Mr. ind Mrs. William Robert Soroptimlst Club, 6:30: p.m., I all of Gainesville.

NE Fourth. dletown, N.J., Lamplighter Cikhrist were married on November Primrose Jr... Recorded I Mrs. R. E. Dorman Is the paternal great grandmother, and I
15 at the Grace Presbyterian
Room, Howard Johnson's. speech by Mille Elisabeth M's. Olive MrKendree Is the maternal great grandmother. IThe
Open House to meet Mrs. Church with Rev. C D, Hoeter, President of Soroptl- babys paternal great great grandmother Is Mrs. Julia
A. T. Schlidge, Middletown, SATURDAY, November H Weaver Jr.* pastor officiating mist International, during Bell of Old Town.

N.J., Mrs. N. E. Bingham Coffee honoring Miss Illona at the double ring ceremony. 4 z the convention In Lausanne, .

and her daughter, Miss Jane Bergman, fiancee of Joseph The bride, formerly Miss i Switzerland. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Swans announce the birth of a daughteron
finance of Barbara Bussard Is the daugh. Women of the Moose I November has
Bingham, George ofIC 15 at Alachua General Hospital. The baby
Ernest Parker 0 c 0 a ter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kramer
Schildge of Middletown, p m., Moose Lodge. been named Teresa Ana SwimS
N.J., 10:30: ..m. until noon, Cocoa Beach, 10 am. until Bussard. The brldegro o m Gainesville Bridge Club, e .

BID' him home, 1718 NW noon Mrs. Richard P. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. '7.30 p.m., Recreation Center. Mr. and Mrs. Turn RlrkeUnn announce the birth of a daughter {

Tenth Avenue. Schmidt, 700 SW 27th Street. William H. Gilchrist of Chi TtESDAY Liclnda Jajne, born November 11 at Alachua General
cago, M. November 14
Dinner feting M I I. s Jane GoUview. Merry Square Hospital. .
In marriage by her
Mr A. M. Mmllt of
Bossier City. La. Is the
baby's maternal
Bingham, bride to be of father Dance Club, I Gainesville
bride p.m.
wore a white
Buffet luncheon for Bing. grandmother, and Mr and Mrs. J. M. Rlcketsot of
George Schlidge, Middletown, Evs recreation Center
peau de sole gown fashionedwith
Apopka, are her paternal!
ham-Schildge Wedding party grandparents
N.J., Mr. a n d Mrs. George I chapel train. Her veil of Suprme Forest Woodmen .
Spache, Holiday Inn. and out of town guests, noon Illusion fell from lace Circle '7.30 p.m., Odd Fellows .
a tiara.
Mrs. J. C. Dickinson Jr. and
She carried a white Bible topped I Church CirclesTUESDAY I
Mrs. J. C. Dickinson HI, at Association o (
THURSDAY, November 21 the former's home, 1805 SW white with orchid.stephanotis and a University Women I p.m.,

Wedding of Miss Judith 35th Place, Bivlns Arms. Mrs. H. C. Lunsford. Mrs. L
Gayle Beasley, daughter o f Cousins Attendants N. Henderson, 1923 NW 1th November 24Flril en's Missionary League,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. BeasleySr. Wedding of Miss Jane Eliz- Mrs. Julia Hood, cousin of Avenue. Preibyterlan Church I Morning< Circle, Parish Hall
., and Grover L. Ford of abeth Bingham daughter of the bride, was matron of honor. 10 a m., First Preibyterlan
Jacksoncille, son of Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. N. E. Bingham Miss Jaye Pence Boon, cousinof WEDNESDAY, November IS Church Women's Council,
and George H. Schildge, son the bride was bridesmaid. Church Parlor
Thomas Cook and Grover L. Newcomers Bridge, University
of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. First Church
Gary Schaffer served Fapllnl
Ford. Sr. of Oklahoma City, Women's Club, I p.m ,
1 p.m., First Methodist Schildge Middletown N.J.. 8 as !best! man. Ushers were CarlK. Club house, West N i w berry 9:45: a.m., General meetingof
Church. p.m. U n I T e r slty Methodist Bussard Jr., brother of the Road. WMU McCaut Chapel. "
!, Church. Reception following bride; Joe Hood, cousin of the First Lutheran Church
at the Gainesville W o men's bride XI Phi Chapter Beta Sigma I:Mam. Lutheran' WornHere's
W. C. ,Geiger and Phil
; _
FRIDAY, November 27 Phi I p.m., Guaranty Federal :
Club West University Ave
Barton, uncles of the bride I ,
Building h w.,.. C. "till" Smith
Bridesmaids luncheon and
Randy Williams. P.E.O. Chapter AF, I :M How
Miss Jane Bingham bride- Joey Hood Jr., cousin of the a m., Mrs W. A. Clark Mrs.F PERSPIRATIONAND
elect of George S e h 11 d ge, SUNDAY, November 21 bride, was ring bearer. B. Smith, 1112 SW Third To Get More CLOTHES

Middletown N.J., 2 p.m. I Buffet luncheon for out of The bride' mother wore a Avenue.

Mrs. Leon Miss Henderson Elma Hender and her .town wedding guests here for moss green Chantilly lie, "" ,.. Itwrr University Women's Club, Kitchen SpaceNeed Nfwpoptr dlteatehei about
daughter the Schildge-Bingham wedding dress, matching accessories Mrs. William Robert Glkhrht Arts and Crafts Group, I 30 the flight of the eitmneutt
son, 1524 NW Twelfth Road. 1 Dr. and Mrs. J. B. 'M""" an, ore ht d corsage/ for her a m., Florida Union Craft more storage or counter point up the fact that M the

Stag party complimenting White, 1711 NW Tenth Ave daughter's wedding. The bride Charles Bussard, uncle and aunt! Lewis and Mrs. Reba Melson. Shop. space In your kitchen? If duntlon of fllflht time ,In.crtMi .

George Schildge of Middle nue. groom's mother chose a blue- of the bride. I Serving coffee were Mrs. Wilson Chapter AP, PEO, '.::10 so, here are two Ideas worth there wilt ha an Vicreoilngly .
------ -- -- -- Palms, and considering. problem 'In
green brocade dress, matching Ivy large white Todd, Mrs. W. C. Geiger, am, Mrs. A. Frank Green, Omalet
FOREST PINES accessories and an orchid cor I'chrysanthemums were the ap I Mrs. Gladys Bussard, all auntsof 423 NW 21st Street 1. Build a curved mack bar the dlipewl' of pmBlratlan' "'t
I sage. pointments used. the bride. Pouring<< punch Chapter CQ, P.E.0,1 p.m., I. at the end of your counter. 'n ,Inncipthlt fjtf-all ,! Mpenplrt

Reception Given Serving the wedding cake were Miss Sara Thornton, Mrs. Mrs. Joseph R. Beckenbach, 2. Install shelves around a -eny baton of the
The reception following the were Mrs. Charles Bussard. Phil Barton. J12I NW 11th Avenue. slat blackboard In a convenient yew.

ceremony In Fellowship Hall, Mrs. Fred Stroble, aunts of the The newlyweds honeymoonedIn Gainesville B rid i g e Club, I corner! So When It comet to tf..
was in charge of Mr. and Mrs. bride, Miss Mary Elizabeth South Florida. 730: p.m., Holiday Inn. ] Both the counter and the clothing' wo wear, *, hive to
shelves should be lined with think etwo, thlnat.. First
6 -- durable material such ai th.,.'. tha "...,,;.. Soggy
tile that cannot be ckhe, Molt bod. Then, there's
Bridge I All-American Favorite-Turkey I. and will never need .I II the i f.et *n tha etethei Sham..div. ; ;. III

; or polishing. Since I I ... ,...,I..tlnn It, .raellv: ,
til. cannot-- h* earned I ._..I_.'.I'J''" .u'..." I n wu I iron, pie I
Club The piece de resistance for It't particularly;: suitable for;; taw assorted ergtnle eheml."

'" any holiday table la the All w use on countertopi. II call, depending at the ;._
McCeyluiMen/ (|lad fed ef D...., Hi.. Scheel) American favorite roast You can add to the charmandappiiraneeof And the big pity e* It ell II
N I. ltd A... and N.I. 2Srh St. turkey. It Is n much a part your that tile alt In put tyittm-a:[
rive, New M...." HemM NotesBy of the holiday scene is evergreen shelves by Installing racks beneath timely tilled ta seawater, and
Three bedroom, tile bath, kitchen, living room, dining room
and a large itoroge and utility, room plus front porch. Built boughs and Santa Claus. to hold cookbooks most people 'In Florida' know
on a nice sine lot complete with plonli and lawn. Preparing a roast turkey need Another way to save spars how d.trucnvke l **aw tr een 9'
Terel) price IncluJInf .le.lnt wee .. . .$910000 JOHN E. CRAPS not be so time consuming alto la to replace regular doors lie on paint, automobiles, fabric!
Dewneeymeiit ...1, .. 15000 Mrs. F. J. Hoffer and Mrs. take all the Joy out of the with, bltoldi. Among the various .
M...Mly, ,.,.....,. (liuhidlitf, '0tI..1IC.) ... ? ".00 J. E, Moore were the North and alme everything
holidays, either. I types to choose from are
Fi 1....<,lite h le el (HO .M.A.I) South winners In the Wednesday I Our tuflgeitiom Cleaning
N. ...1.". Me *e end mere rifht.'., .... new h_. this evening tournament e o n- Today's turkeys are easy to accordlan doors, cut'parts, man door Milling or pertpJrlngTK .
Ch'I.. ..... lowered doors.
ducted by the Gainesville roast to a beautiful golden clean, fret iermonf will'
C.II Go..'" :e. V M ',72 0 points. There were eight t a- ever before. There Is no need See Page 7 THEM TO
OHic. ....... at N. Mela St. and 2Ird II... bles In play and the average any longer for elaborate sewing Important Announcement: I I CALL 0" I"ING CLEANERS<
score for all pairs was M. and trussing. Almost all of About Your future from S & S

Mrs. E. C. Klrland and the today's turkeys come with a DALE Delivery w Cold and Carry
writer cam. In second with band of skin at the tall; drum. +l' CARNEGIE I 101 S'IV Ind fie '". ITJ-4IH )

90H, while D. W. Bowman sticks are neatly tucked under 1-
and R. A. Bennett took third this band of skin. This ell-1 .-, -
-- t
place with M. minutes the need for sewl o f feet complement to the succulent tog to package directions; cool I I
Mrs. W. E. Bar I n ger andP. and holds the stuffing nice
Consolidateyour turkey meat. for at least O minutes Crumble
A Johnson led the East ly.
Into large bowl
nest field with 1054. Other HOLIDAY MENU
winners Included Miss Bemire For a change from the traditional React Turkey Cook celery, onion and par.'

Brenke and Mrs. H. D. P u t- stuffing and crane frrnhreatf Dressing Balls slay In butter or margarine

earn with 9W, and Van A. berry sauce, we suggest serv Candied Yams until tender, but not brown. /Wjfaj
May and Mrs. W. D. Mao leg your turkey with cor. JePlfd Cranberry Relish Add to cornbread along with
bills and donald with 81%. bread dressing balls and J e .- Hot RollsPumpkin remaining Ingredients; mil
The next game to be held by lied cranberry relish. Crumbled Chiffon Pie well. Shape Into balls using I
the club will be at the Recreation cornbread, easily made Coffee M cup mixture for each bell
Center at '7:30: tonight. Place In a greased baking
from a mix Is combined with
CORNBREAD DRCSSSCSO dish and brush with butter "HALO of
Visitors are welcome.By or
celery, onion, parsley and HEAT"I

extra cash RALPH H. BLODGETT subtle seasoninfs. A slightly 1 1 package lAW(10 to 12 ox) cornbread covered drippings for from 30 minutes turkey. Bake In a I

get The master point game of beaten egg and broth givethe mix J2J degree f (slow) oven. Automatic Dryers
moistness the dress
the to n g
University City BridgeClub
It cups finely chopped celery Remove cover and continue
which Is formed In t
attracted IVi tables of easily e
1 cup finely chopped onion baking IS minutes or until
duplicate players to the University balls. These can be made well
U cup chopped parsley lightly browned Males Irvlngi.
Faculty Club on Wednesday ahead even the day bet ore, te cup butter or margarine .

for holiday evening. The average and refrigerated until time to. 1 gg, slightly beaten rat.,...
score was M for North South bake In a separate pan alongside H cup broth or water
and 15* for East-West your turkey 1 teaspoon salt With A
Mr. and Mrs. Jam.. R. Anderson I

Ground fresh cranberries teaspoon sage :
captured first placein and tart apples, chopped nuts H teaspoon thyme .. Bobs
] the North-South
direct I !
o n
and celery make up the pretty V. teaipoon pepper
with a score of 1IW match
gelatin salad mold Prepare cornbread sec ordPHILGAS -
a per- 't Shoothe
C. _
expenses points. Harry Boards a n
and the writer were second
with 101 Al Russo and B. :
Browne were third with 107 Co heat o

and Mrs. Harry C. Wirfel About I
Than Associates and Mrs. Joe Moss ware steps are

fourth with 10S%. I
Iffl] Consolidation au'Ibert'l Top honors In the Ell" this the easiest
West direction went to Mrs.
Robert W Jones and Dr. People
no reason to let unpaid bQk stand h Roy L Johnson with ilL Second winter

the way of the things you Deed for the holidays. went to Mrs. Tom Ha,.

With aa AaeocbtM Bill Coneohdatioo Loan ler and Mra. John Bosses Mice Jeaua Morris, who .NA
with 13, third to D. R. Frailer has been visiting her sister,
JOG can borrow enough to pay all your bflU in M.1.1 1 fo: I
and Dennni De Bird Mrs. M. B. JOTBM and Dr.
laD / enough eotn to take care of bott-
pine your with 12, and fourth to Mr. Jarmaa at the Homestead
day needa. Then you eaa start lint year with and Mrs. Dan Roberts with Hot Springs v.., for twe

only one payment a month. payment you' N%. months returned Sued a y. In&i wwfom .......... cor*
elect. The club will meet again Joanna wffl l be here until IetIyIe. ...>...*. Meet, $149
he Me _
on Wedncfday at 7 3D P. M.at Christmas when she win return sapid AT YxHN,1THAN N. .Ywdle
nave .404
Aa.oc u....one of America's largest financial (be University Faculty to Hot Springs to spend "'ATUII CoAl 0*

iDatitu onll..oft'en "Look-Ahead Borrowing Club en West Newberry Road the )holidays with bet_sister. IUCTIICITY, '
Hr H-Se-eee5, f.e.. Orylnf for ell. ,."' "..t.-
plane for any personal, bneuMH or profeniooaJ Fee ....... aisle wire Meylefl I temper,.

need. There art over 600 AnoriatM offine In 1_....... Strike eeate'. fee ell rye.. of fekfUe Wish
the UA and Canada.Write phone or visit the) 'O ,..11(.. ..fl.srsvt.eFht4g flr w,., I.i..lar oed Air hell, (t.m....
the who haseverythingINCLUDING 99 ,., vltkev lies It. Yews Mayteej hes Ivey
one near :you. woman $
4 rust refectlH DyiMmJ* die Ht
filler and awN" efeabif "fety eW .

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4 < Gee.sUle; SilO Monday, November 21, 19(4

Adult Education-Booming, I comes programs from program Financial the minimum and from support foundation fed I Kennedy Cantata to Be Suns at UF 1

II eral! vocational education fundsas eII "'"

authorized by the state plan I By ANN CARTER by the President's Inaugural ad- Heritage,' Danburg said 1 school of Music in Rochest r,

Widening Field Is CoveredEDITOR'S for vocational education.A I U of F Student Journalist I dress, delivered on Jan. 20, 1963, "but he knew about it He autographed N.Y nedy'i, has address taken which parts of he Ken-used
wide variety of offerings re- to write a score using Ken some programs." of Human
ceive state support. In addition I Few presidenU of the United nedy's words. \to write "Song
( NOTE: This Is training to learn to Instruct Inthe seasoned adult educator Of the local educational centers may States had an Inaugural address Marshall Thomas, baritone, Rights."
the sixth In 0 aeries of art!" new math. This trimester, Cuban refugees he says, "They offer other courses which may :set to music John F. Kennedy "I received special permission will sing the lead Tuesday. The Other selections on the program -
clrs III adult education fa lone, Florida Institute for Con-, take to the office machines be financed from local funds or ,is an exception. from the White" House to ; excerpts from the 5J- Tuesday Include: "CryOut
Florida by Dr. Roger W. A* I tim+ing University Studies and many of them art becoming by tuition charge I write the cantata, Danb u r g program Nystedt; "Album (o r'Male
classes enrolled 1,938 teachers proficient In data I "Heritage' of Freedom" li said minute cantata, will Inc I u d e,' ""
ford, visiting associate professor processIng. More and more adults becoming a Voices," Crleg; "Ex u V
of mathematics See that little lady I cantata based President some of Kennedy's famous
at Florida Stale University. over on Palestrina "AU
He started the late Den, ;
Public school adult education there? She didn't even stop for aware that they are ,Kennedy's first major speech writing score words such as "Ask not what "While A
) never too old to learn. Fortun- In June, 1961, when he receiveda luia, Thompson; soget.
has a thrilling story in the work the coffee break In this courseon after assuming office. A UF your country can do for you Christiansen
DR. ROGER W. AXFORD with the Cuban refugees.A key punching (class lasts ately, the public now accepts professor, Russell L Danburg, UF research grant After five but what you can do for yourcountry" Sing", God ;
By Be To Berger
the Idea of the "lighted schoolhouse months he completed the score "Glory ;
visit to three hours). They are really Is the ; "I do not believe that
Written For Lindsay Hopkins or composer. Christm
," and In May, 1962, the University "Twelve Days of a s"|
The Aswctatwl Press the English center In Miami eager to learn I Choral Union of 350 voices any of un would exchange places -and "Ceremony of Carols," Brit
ST. PETERSBURG (AP) finds hundreds of adults learning The teachers In the night The public schools are facingup Tuesday night at IIS: In Its world premiere performed In with any other people";; and ten
Did you know that last year one ( English and numerous oth- classes say the adults are highly to three facts: Adults demand University Auditorium! the University Gainesville. "Let us go forth to lead the land
of every 10 high school diplomas er useful skills These displaced motivated and the teachers continuing education, of Florida Choir and we love."
Issued In the state of Floridawas persons have come to find a enjoy their work because these learning is life-long, and learning glee clubs, directed by Dr. Ed- Since that time, "Heritage"has 7
earned by an adult? new life, and needed abilities tomake adults come voluntarily and, Is living." wood Keister, will sing "Heri been performed In Port I believe I'm the only one to Page
This year 6,027 adults earned a living. therefore, there are no discipline tage" as a tribute to President land Ore, Seattle and Spokane, set an entire Inaugural addressto Important Announcement
diplomas through their local The principal of the night problems. Kennedy, assassinated a year Wash, and at the World's Fairin music" Danburg said, "al- About Your DALE Future From

adult schools: or received state adult high school at Lindsay I Of Florida's 67 counties 81 Moat of Cambodia's six million ago. New York. though Lincoln's was done In
part, and Dr. Howard Hanson
high"'DO school More than equivalency 50.000 such dlplo-!di Hopkins, Thomas Lynch, Is a are conducting adult education people are Buddhists. Danburg said he was inspired "The President never heard director emeritus of Eastman -CARNEGIE
plonias have been Issued by the
state of Florida.
Keeping adults Informed Is
big business in our society. Florida
had 140,857 adults enrolled
In general adult education last MOUs
year In 1,794 classes utilizing i
the talents of J.M7 teachers,

lome full time, some part-time I' .
In addition, 2D veterans had ":'" ,11 I
In.the-Jobotrllnlng, 859 were enrolled
In institutional training
below the college level, and 1,.
879 veterans received trainingin Now Is The Time To

.Institutions .of higher demandof learnIng Now!, You can own a MagnificentStereo uy..NoIJaymenth

Are we meeting the
adults for education? State
School Supt Thomas Bailey said Due Until Next

workers recently three times In the the Florida demand national has for averageIn office been MaSlna.- c. I f.I instrument February..OnOur

the last ten years.
Ia addition, pressure Is pow Special Christmas
log from adults who failed to
complete high school: and want for as little as only $78.80 Budget Plan:
to go back and finish. In a recent .
speech Bailey said, "We
are going to ask the Legislature
for an expansion of our vocal
I tlonal and adult education In the
coming biennium." .
'- "--?- -'
What are the trends in adult xwra4 vvar
I education In Florida? Louis

1 Meeth, supervisor of adult edu- S
cation for Pinellaj County, madean
extensive study of the hlsto- t

ry of educating Florida's adults. I
Meeth said:
"The early emphasis In Florida !.
was on the elementary and
high school completion pro-
grams. Then came the veteran
programs. As these phased out MAGNAVOX STEREOHIGHFIDELITY
following World War II, more S
\ general adult education wa
offered[ "f1: 1 1 DELUXE PORTABLE

"Programs such ss public af- PHONOGRAPHAll
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1 News of Special InterestTo CalendarOf Parties HonorBridetobe ;

the Colored I

.. ""j'" Community EventsTODAY

TODAY November 22 Mrs. Leon Henderson and her News Items for this pan should be directed to Ben F. QUell, Colored Mews

Tea honoring M I. a Jane daughter, Miss Elma Bender editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR C-57S3. Do not tend November 22 bride Mrs. J. C. Dickinson -
Bingham, bride elect of son, 1524 NW Twelfth Road. Items directly to the Son office. Tea' honoring new member Miss Jane Bingham Mitchell. Wakefield.
George Schildge of Middle- Stag party complimenting -'I em.rre.ney see e..M Ml* *m .. .wn. w Pe / of Alpha Lambda Delta elect of George H. Schildge: Jr., Mrs. Troy ,
of Middletown J. Mrs. Thaxton Springfield
N. washonored
town, N.J., 3 to S p.m., Mrs. George Schildge of Middle- NOTICE I Ocala, Is visiting In Gainesville MRS. JOHNNIE MAE CLARK UF honorary freshman with a luncheon Sat Mrs. J. J. Balles, Mr*. Michael
Maurice Ahrens, Mrs. Eleanor town N.J., J. C. Dickinson II All members of Ushers' for several days. I Mrs. Johnnie Mae Clark, 11. sorority, 4 p.m., M r .. J urday by Mrs. John Cherry, Santoro Mrs. Spache
Browne and M r.. Myra III Swan Lake.Rehearsal Board No. 1 of the Spring Hill I log N- W. (th Ave., Gainesville, Wayne Reltx, President's Res. who entertained at the Thomas Mrs. Opp, Mrs Matchett
Terwilliger at the Ahrens dinner honoring Baptist Church are asked to died Sunday morning at home idence 2151 West University Hotel Miss Elma Henderson, MI 11
home, 1704 NW Tenth Ave- Miss Jane Bingham and their meet at the church in Monday CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS following a brief illness. She Avenue Ann Scudder and Miss San-
nue. son, George Schildge. Mr. and Nov. 30, at 7 p.m. I Church of God In Christ was a native of Wakulla County An arrangement of sweet dra Winston.
Mrs. A. T. Schildge of Mid. Church School It a.m.: mornIng Fla., and was employed MONDAY, November 21 heart roses centered the table
WEDNESDAY, November 2S dletown, N.J., Lamplighter PATIENT IN VET HOSPITAL I worship 12 noon; Young here as a cook at the Oddfellow Alpha Gamma Delta Alumnae where places were mirk-

Luncheon compliment I III' Room, Howard Johnson's. I Rev. J. S. Shannon, minister, People's Willing Workers' meetIng Home She was a member of Club, I p.m., Mrs. Perry ed for the honoree her mother Club Coffee

Miss Jane Bingham, bride- SATURDAY, November 21 :is a patient In the Veterans', 7 p.m.; and evening wor- Greater Fort Clark Baptist R. Adams, 1119 SW Ninth Mrs. N. E. Bingham: Mrs
elect of George Schlidg Hospital at Lake City. ship, I p.m. Church. Road. Justin Harlow. Mrs James Given By TrioMrs.
of Middletown N. J., 1:30 Coffee honoring Miss Mona Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Survivors Include her husband Pope, Mrs. George Spache,
p.m., Mrs. G. H. Bouteile, 421 Bergman, fiancee of Joseph Sunday School 1.30 s.m; morning Gilbert Clark, two chil- Gainesville Woman's Club, Mrs. Maurice Ahrens. Mrs. D. E. Alcom Mrs ,
Ernest Parker of Cocoa NOTICE 11 and S p.m., Clubhouse, Division of G. H. Boutelle, Mrs Bill
NE Fourth. worship, a.m.l evening dren, Mrs. Sarah Louise Ben- Reid Powell and Mrs. W. H.
Open House to meet Mrs. Cocoa Beach 10 am. until I The Mfr Sinai Baptist AssocI- worship, 130: p.m. Rev. H. nett, and Sam Nelson Jr., four Education Dr. Kim l b a I 11 I Dora, and Mrs Jim Cooper.. Buckhannon were hostesses at
noon, Mrs. Richard P. ation Board members and KInsey, Wiles, guest speaker lor
pastor.FrIendship coffee recently
A. T. Schlidge Middletown, sisters Mrs.Olie L. Miles Mrs A gift of silver was present.ed a given
N.J., Mrs. N. E. Bingham Schmidt, 700 SW 27th Street. and friends are asked to Baptist Sunday Eloise Holmes, Mrs. Ernest I In. I Gainesville Junior i Wom to the bride to be by members of the Soil Conservation
and her daughter, Miss Jane Golfvlew. 'meet Thursday, Nov. 28, a tJ School, 9:30 a.m. morning worship Solaman, and Mrs. Leetta Lew. an's Club, Board Meeting, the hostess Wives Club at the A I.
Bingham, flnancee of George Buffet luncheon for Bin,. in. at the Friendship Baptist' 11 a.m.; and evening worship Is, one brother Rev. J. S. WU- '.30 am. Mrs. William T. corn residence.Mrs. .
Schildge of Middletown, ham-Schildge Wedding party Church. 7pm. Rev. D. E. White, hams other relatives and Manley, 2030 SW 42nd Ave Kitchen Shower Glviaj
N.J., 10:30: am. until noon and out of town guests, noon. All auxiliaries are asked to pastor. friends. nue. Thursday evening, Mrs Howard Blssland, pres-
Bingham home, 1718 NW Mrs. J. C. Dickinson Jr. and I submit their financial reports. Mt Pleasant Methodist James D. Pope entertainedwith ident, poured coffee
Tenth Avenue. Mrs. J. C Dickinson III, at There will be a song serv- Church School, 1.30 a.m.; morning NOTICE Soroptlmlst Club I:30 p.m., a kitchen shower at her Christmas
Dinner feting Miss 1 Jane the former's home, 1805 SW ice by the district. West Coast worship, 11 am.; and evening The Sth Sunday Ministers, Primrose Inn. Recorded home to compliment Miss Members handiwork displayed and decor ..
Bingham bride to be of 35th Place, Bivins Arms. and East Coast choirs. The sermon worship 7 p.m. Rev. W. Laymen's and Women Auxiliarywill speech by Mllle Elisabeth Bingham. tloni.

George Schildge, Middletown, Wedding of Miss Jane Elizabeth will be delivered by Rev. M. Ferguson, pastor meet at the Shady Grove Hoeter, President of SoropU- Mrs. J. F. Matchett. sister
N.J., Mr. and Mrs. George Bingham, daughter of W. A. Miles in the occasion. East Side Church of God In Primitive Baptist Church beginning mist International, duringthe of the hostess, Mrs. Carl Opp
Spache, Holiday Inn. Dr. and Mrs. N. E. Bingham. Friends are invited to attend. Christ Sunday School. 10 Friday at 7:30 pm. convention in Lausanne, and Mrs. George Spache assisted

and George H. Schlldge, son a.m.; morning worship 11:30 Switzerland. In the hospitalities. "j 4IL I4dIt
,THURSDAY, November 21 of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. PERSONALSMiss a.m.; Young People's Willing ALACHUA NEWS Women of the Moose, I

Wedding of Miss Judith Schlldge, Middletown. N.J., 8 Lea Miles and Miss Ka- Workers' meeting, '.30 p.m.; To Make Official Visit p.m., Moose Lodge. A color scheme of yellow, "
Gayle Beasley, daughter 0 f p.m. U n I v e r city Methodist tie Mae Jones both of Tampa, and evening worship I.30 p.m. The Royal Grand Matron of white and green was featuredhi '
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beasley Church.. Reception followingat guests of Miss Jones' rel Rev. J. C. Williams pastor; the Eastern Star will make her TUESDAY November 24 the shower appointments.The .
Sr., and Grover L. For of the Gainesville W o men's Iwer. here yesterday.Mrs. Mrs V. Williams, reporter. official visit today at I p.m. M I r r steppers Square \ serving table, overlaid We.. C. ".,W' Iim
Jacksonville, son of Mrs. Oe- Club West University Ave- : at the Masons Hall Dance Club, I p.m., Gainesville with a green cloth was centered -
Helen West left
ta Powell and Grover L Ford nue. yester. The members are urged to recreation Center. by an arrangement of PERSPIRATIONAND
for S. C. becauseof
day Florence ,
Sr. of Oklahomas City, 3 wear their uniforms and be on garden vegetables placed on
SUNDAY, November 21 the illness of her sister, Mrs. MRS. MARY HARRIS Supreme Forest Woodmen CLOTHES
p.m., First Methodist Church. time. banana leaves and flanked by
Jessie Rainey, whose conditionwas Mrs. Mary Harris 67, of High CIrcle 730: p.m., Odd Fellows
Is Invited. brass candelabra holding I about
luncheon for'out of The public
Buffet Newtpaper diipetehe
FRIDAY,. November 27 reported as somewhat tanproved. Springs Fla? died Sunday at .Hall.
town wedding guests here for green candles. Punch was the Slights of the *ttroneuttpaint
home Ill
She will be away for following a lingering HOME
AILING AT Association of served from a brass bowl th.
Bridesmaids luncheon for the Schlldge-Bingham wedding several days. ness. She came to High Springs American up the rat that *
Miss Jane Bingham bride- Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Mrs. Helen Jackson and from Alachua 45 years '10. She The following persona are University Women I p.m., Chrysanthemums and camellias duration ef Illflht lime ,In-
elect of George S e h 11 i d ge, White, 1711 NW Tenth Avenue a housewife and memberof ailing at their h o mi': Tom Mrs. H. C Lunsford, Mrs. L. were used In decora- crenel "thtr' will lie M' Incrtailngly .
James of Atlanta was a
son ,
Middletown, N.J., 2 p.m., _. ____ oMcC. were young n flown here yesterday ona Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. Mathais and Mn. Estella N. Henderson, 1(13 NW Sill tion of the living room. greater problem. ,In
Survivors Include her hue- Knowles. Avenue. PresentedMrs. th* dlipmal ef p.rplretiea.JYIon '
i brief .visit and outing with Recipes
FOREST PINES I friends. band, Kelly Harris, two daughters WEDNESDAY November U Pope presented the 'Inecapable fact-M oI'ef.tine ueperspMeasy
I Mrs. Sallie Mae James flew ,Mrs Dorethea Harris and CONVALESCINGMr. Newcomers Bridge, University bride-elect with of Maien
Times,. of NW. loth
yesterday to Miami to spend Mn. Lovle Gilyard, two sons, Women's Club, I p.m., yellow pompons with a show war
In theVeterans'Hospital
Street who is a
r t'3 several weeks with her sister Alfred Harris and Eddie Harris patient at Lake Club house, West N I 11' II any er of miniature kitchen utensils Sa When It comn t.the
Mrs Ella Mae Jackson, and two brothers, Herbert Williams Road. attached and also a recipe clothing *. wear, w. hl\T.to
Is at home and wss reported -
other relatives and friends.Mr. ( and Rubin Griffin II City, box filled with favorite recipes think 'af two thlngi. 'ir.e' ,
and Mri. James Edwardsand grandchildren, i great grand as Improving.Mrs. of each gueiU Mrs. thr's the appiarenc. 1Q OOY
Alberta Tlllman, a
daughter, Carolyn, all of children, other relatives and member of ML Pleasant Methodist Dinner Given Bingham was presented ,a cloths look bad, Then ttieVth .
New York City, were guests of friends. of roses tllttt an the ttothes hemMlvti.
Church, who Is ill, was reported corsage
Mrs. Edwards' relatives here Penplrtlon II. reHViprimarily
for the past two weeks. as much_improved. To Honor Guests were the honoree, Mil .In ..,luIIIft.'u,
I James F. Foreman left yesterday MRS. ADELL HODGESMrs. her mother, her sister, Mrs few asserted erganl cfiwil-
for Pittsburgh, Pa., because -: Adell H. Hodges, II, of NOTICE Mrs. GilbertMrs. J. C. Dickinson III: and Mrs. sale, depending on the prtnrt.
of business. He will be Johnson, Fla., died Saturday at The West Coast Ministers Ravt Sharma, Mrs. Bill And the big pity' .' It all '.
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lull" ( ( ef Owe It kb.oltN.E.
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Itk A**. end N.I. 15th St.* away for several days home following a lingering ill and Deacons Union, auxiliaryto Julia M. Gilbert, employee ., Mrs. John Cherry, that the tall In our iy.'_n1 I Ie
live New M...." H...... I Miss Mary H. Sullivan and ness. She was a native of Rice the ML Sinai Baptist Asao- of the Agricultural Mrs. Leon Henderson, Mrs. lowly allied so M....,.r, endmail
Th,.. bedrooms, til. both, kitchen, living room dining room. Miss Millie Williams, both of vllle, Ga, and lived In Palatka. elation will convene at the Stabilisation and Conservation Douglas Scales, Mrs. J. A.Humphr.y. people! ,In FlarliU Know,
end a large .torag* and utility room plus front porch Bulll her husband Church No*. Bar
Deland will spend Thsnksglv- Survivors Include Friendship Baptist Service U S. Department .. Mrs. Albert haw dntructlv Nawatsr ten
lot complete with plods and lawn
an a nice use
Tetel price including eloiMf <*.. .. . ,$9500.00 ing Day here with Miss WU- Walter Hodges, her mother 17-29. Rev. W. D. Dennis president of Agriculture, was recently rett. Mrs. J. B. White, Mrs. lie *n palm, utomebllM, fabric
De.",., "..*. enly . . .1)000 Uams' relatives. Mrs. Margie Ann Hunt, other ; Mrs. Lawton, secretary; I honored at a Retirement Thelma bay, Mrs Paul Pat. and alma everything.' ,;.
M."", ,, peymenh) (Imlvdlng Inureire: ) .. . .. ".OCliMMing I Miss Lena A. Jammerson of relatives and friends. Mrs. P. L. Scott reporter. Ceremony at the Primrose tenon, Mrs May Crud t y, Our tuggoitlenl Owning
d locel NO P.H.A.) Inn. closing her 23 years of Mrs. Deltoa cudd.r, M r .. .
N. ".,.,. Me m end ..... right I", k... new kern tkli service with the department. Mst Tyler. Mn. Jean 0. loan ells; telling or ptnplrlng.Th
,_.. Chart, fresh Oarrn.nr.11.111
Minerds Fete
OPEN" SUNDAY 2:10 PM TILL S PM Mrs. Jewell King presentedthe I both look brtw end lass bngir.
Cell Go,.'" .. V.Q. McCeyFt Ji WeddingPlans \ honoree with a gift on behalf See Page 7
1.7190 of all the employee. I I CALL OR 9RINO THIM TO
Oftl.. located .. .N. Mel St. and 23rdI'd.. Stuart Slmpeon, Member of 'Important Year AII"tAIIowt Furur Fran I S & S CLEANERS

Affianced Coupleed the State ASC Committee I DALE II Delt..., *r Ok end C rry
was master of ceremonies at CARNEGIE 101 |W Ire1 It. ,It, 972-4114
th* banquet and Irlhulelwere
Miss Grace Carol Dodge to the honored couple by paid ; Mrs. Gilbert i by ,
and James Hicks Greene, the hose employee who had worked
Are ListedPlans whose marriage will take with her over the years.
Assisting with the hospitalities 0. P, McArthur State, EteeuUvt >
Consolidateyour place December II In Richmond were Miss Barbara J. Director, was hi

are announced today Va, were honored atan Brown daughter of the Min charge of the program honorIng

for the marriage of Miss Informal supper party erds, home for the occasion Mrs. Gilbert.Approximately.
Mary Ruth Hazen and Ted Saturday given by Mr. and from St Petersburg Junior M guests at-
Raymond Brown. Mrs. Richard D. MInerd at College, Mrs. Mary B. II..- tended
their home on Little Lake defer of Gainesville, and .ePpsWWPiWf
bills and The wedding w i 11 be an
event of December 1} st 4pm. Weir. Mrs.. George Martin of Ocala. Cites Sen. Cross

In the First Baptist The guests Including Mr.
Church with Rev. Fred T. and Mrs. Tom U. Gr e In., State Sen J. Emory (Red)
Laughon Jr., pastor, official parents of the bridegroomelect Next Week's Cross was recognized Tuesday HALO of HEAT"Automatic I

ing.The enjoyed boating a ad night by the Alachua C e u 11 y
extra cash bride Is the daughter fishing before supper.A Deadlines! Menial Health Alan I. r his
get of Mr. and Mrs. With rt 4 work m behalf of mental health Dryers

Monroe Hazen and the bridegroom gift of silver was present- Because the Women's Department programs as a state senator,
Is the son of Mr. and will be closed Sidney Martin, association

Mrs. Raymond W. Brown, Thanksgiving Day all storks president gave Cross an awardof

Middletown, Ohio. for publication on Tours day
for holiday Miss Carol Boyles, cousin of Carl'Dokes must be In the Sun Offices
the bride will be sololsU '
by Tuesday at I p.m. Deadlines -
Miss Susan linen H a ten
for the Sunday Women'sPages
sister of the bride, will be To Celebrate will be Wednesday alI @WithA
maid of honor and Mrs. Leon
All and
p.m. weddings engagemenu -
cousin I of the
Shoaff Jr.. AnniversaryBLAND I
are due by p m.
bride, will serve as matron of Tuesday.
expenses honor. Bridesmaids will be COMMUNITY -In
Miss Barbara Robin Graham
celebration of the golden wedding "

Miss Nancy Dee Williams and anniversary of Mr and o the brat I I Ij
Miss Marjorie Jean Glenn of
Jacksonville. Mrs. Carl Doke. a reception

'h'aD Associates Stephen Singer Brown, Mid- will be given by their ehO- tttpt are s

dletown\ Ohio, will serve his dos Sunday, November 9. Is the easiest
dill Consolidation LoanThere's brother as best man. this
Cihers win be James Allen The affair, scheduled from rs'4
Brown of Middletowo Ohio, win take place
) to I p.m.,
let bins aland Lathe
no reason to unpaid also a brother of the bride H all of the I winter
way of the things you Deed for the holidays. groonvelect; Gordon Gowen la Fellowship I

With aa AandatM Bill Consolidation Loan, of St Petersburg Thomas Alachua Methodist Church. I ....
Sant. Middletown.: Ohio. Ar. friends and relatives of M.1.Ol 103
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fall plus enough extra to take care of year holl thur dina Ivan Beach.Jacobi Fred of Thomas Fernin- the couple are Invited to at : PHILGAS.10

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only ODI payment a month.... payment you Monroe liaison Jr. brother of The Dnkes were married ueSo.m heating. east $1499
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GoiMivllle; Suit Monday.. November>> 23, 1964Education

Adult Booming' ; comes programs from program,;'Ftnsnclaf the'minh and! from lum'support foundation federal Kennedy: Cantata to Be Suns at UF

I vocational education funds ,- -
as authorized by the state plan 1 By ANN 'CARTER' by the President's. Inaugural address -,'Heritage,' Danburg said,school of Music in Rochester,

Widening Field Is CoveredEDITOR'S for vocational education.: U of F Student Jolll'llalll&l"ew delivered on Jan. 20, 1963, "but he knew about it He autographed N.Y. has address taken which parts of he Kennedy's usedto -
Ken. "'
A wide variety1( of offerings to write a score using some programs.
ceive state support. In addition presidents of the United nedy's words."I write "Song of Human
( NOTE: This lathe training to learn to Instruct In seasoned adult educator Of the local educational centers may States had an Inaugural address Marshall Thomas, baritone, Rights."
sixth In I series of articles the new math. This trimester, Cuban refugees he says "They offer other courses which may set to music. John'r. Kennedy received special perm 1 s- will sing the lead Tuesday. The Other selections on the pro
on adult education In alone, Florida Institute for Continuing take to the office machines,] be financed from local funds or is an exception, slon write from caniata the White" House to program, excerpts from the 55- gram Tuesday Include: "Cry
the Danb
Florida by Dr. Roger W. Ax. University I Studies end ,many of'them are becoming -by tuition charge. sir g minute will include Out," Nystedt; "Album for
ford, visiting associate professor classes enrolled 1,938 teachers proficient In data processing "Heritage of Freedom" is a Voices "Ex J..
More and said.He Male Crleg; u
at Florida State University of mathematics. See that little lady over more adults are becoming cantata based on PresidentKennedy's some of Kennedy's famous "Alle-
Duo Palestrlna
started the score tate ;
.) Public school adult education there? She didn't even stop for aware that they are first major speech' writing words such as "Ask not what "
In June, 1961, when he receiveda luia, Thompson; "While Angels -
his a thrilling story In the work the coffee break In this courseon never too old to learn. Fortunately after assuming office. A UF: your country can do for you,
DR. ROGER W. AXFORD with the Cuban refugees.A key punching' (class lasts ,' the public now accepts professor Russell L. Danburg UF research grant. After five but what you can do for yourcountry" Sing", Christiansen" ;
By Be To God
months he "Glory Berger;
the Idea of the schoolhouse completed the score
three hours). "lighted is the ; "I do not believe that
Written For visit to Lindsay Hopkins or They are really composed "
."' I and in May, 1962, the University "Twelve Days of Christen a ;
to learn." of u. would exchange places
The Associated Press the English center In Miami eager any "
Choral Union and "Ceremony of Carols, Brit
of 350 voices
ST. PETERSBURG (AP) finds hundreds of adults learn The teachers In the night The public schools are facingup Tuesday night at I:IS In formed its world In with any other people"; and ten.
Did you know that last year one ing English and numerous other classes say the adults are high- to three facts: Adults demand University Auditorium, the University Gainesville. "Let us go forth to lead the land
of every 10 high achool diplomas useful skills. These displaced ly motivated and the teachers continuing education, .of- Florida' Choir and we love."
issued In the state of Floridawas persons have come to find anew enjoy their work because these learning Is lifelong, and learning gift clubs", directed by Dr. Ed- Slice that time, "Heritage"has See 7
"I believe I'm the only to Page
earned by an adult? life, and needed abilities to' adults come voluntarily and, la living.! wood Kelster will sing "Heri-{ been performed in Portland one
This year 6,027 adults earned make i living therefore there are no discip tags" as a,tribute to President Ore:, Seattle and Spokane, set an entire Inaugural addressto Important Announcer
diplomas through their local The principal' of the night, line problems. Kennedy, assassinated a y e a r Wash, and at the World's FairIn music Lincoln's Danburg said done, .1.in I About Your DALE Future From
though was
adult school or received state adult high school at Of ago. I New York.
Lindsay Florida's 87 counties 61 Most of Cambodia's six mil part and Dr. Howard Hanson

high mas. More school man equivalency noise l !.. tuck diplo diplomas Hopkins Thomas Lynch, Is a are conducting adult education lion people are Buddhists. Danbunr said he P- wax hunlrrrl--r..n, "Thoo President never heard.director emeritus nf Easter 1_ n",'. ____CARNEGIELse

have been Issued by the
state of Florida.
Keeping adults Informed is .
big business In our society Florida ,
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Monday November 21. 1964 CalrmvitU Suit 7 ,

Motorists Using Seat Belts Sight-Seers Week's Rail Moratorium I\ :

Jam New

Despite Facts Their NeedBy CHICAGO (APPostpone- was advised in response to Ills mendatlons of I presidential I

Proving N Y. ment of a nationwide strike request for a postponement emergency board provide more : ,
BridgeNEW scheduled for I a.m. today will "that for the first time there Is than 3(7,000 workers of the eight '
BILL RACER allow rail traffic to move as
-- --- ---
San Staff Writer YORK AP) The usual this Thanksgiving week, some hope of settlement of our unions with a 27-cent-per-hour

Last Tuesday morning a car THE AUTHOR spanking-new Verrtuno Narrows but negotiations between the dispute." wage Increase over three years

skidded out of control on Archer Bridge spanning the en railroads and three unions will Three other shop craft unions plus Improved fringe benefits.

Road north of Gainesville. It EDITOR'S NOTE. Dr. Henry E. Meleney, who wrote the [trance to New York Harbor resume next week In Washing signed three-year contracts Sat Earlier last week the rail

weaved off the highway, flipped survey used as a basis for the following story, possesses an climaxed the first 24 hours of ton.The urday, bringing to eight the roads and two operating unions
over twice finally careenedinto extensive background in medicine and education.He i three operating shop number of operating unions agreed on new contracts. The
a tree and stoppedThe began his medical career In World Mir L as a mem- I lit life with a momumental craft unions put off the threatened which have negotiated wage settlements covered 28,000

vehicle was a total ber of the U.S. Army Medical Corp Following the war, he traffic jam strike for a least a week and fringe-benefit agreements workers In the Brotherhood of
wreck. The driver? He steppedout served seven years at the Peking Union Medical College In Police reported that to many Sunday after receiving an ur- In the past few days. Locomotive Firemen and En-

virtually unharmed from Peking, China. sightseers had flocked to the I gent; request by Secretary of Terms of the contracts which linemen and .,000 In the Brotherhood
what could have been another After his return to the U.S., Dr. Meleney held professorships labor W. Willard Wlrts. closely followed the recom of Railroad Trainmen.
Alachua County auto fatality. In medicine at Vanderbilt University. New York University structure Sunday they caused afourhour Later Sunday, J. E. Wolfe,, -.. -- -

Just lucky you might say. Louisiana State University and the University of Florida, traffic Jam with cars chief negotiator for the rail (Adv.rll..n.M1
In this case, luck was a secondary where he currently is emeritus professor in the UF college backed up for miles on both ap- roads telephoned Judge Joseph Asthma Formula PrescribedMost
factor. This !Is how Ala I of medicine proaches. Sam Perry of U.S. District

chua County Sheriff's deputy : -- --- Traffic officials said about Court that the carriers were Doctors-Available
Fred Duke, who covered the 100900 cars had crossed the dropping an injunction petition By
Florid I I
by the University of car provided with a sepa i
crash, explained the d river's 1 ( In the first 24 houn. It Is which sought an order barringthe
"Seat belts him Teaching Hospital rate belt Her head hit the dashboard strike. : Now Without Prescription
: kept
escape he estimatedthe the world's longest slnil -span
General Hospital !
alive." DR MELENEY medical treatmentfor was cut and required suspension bridge and Staten Both sides accepted Wirta'ssuggestion Stop Attack In Minutes a. Relief Laata for Hour I
Seat belts. An old invention cost of accidents stitching and X: ray examination. Island's first structural link to resume talks in aw,.....B.T.<....I.I>-",>.cutler -In Uif tables..lTk .. ,.,........
which only recently has com small? In Dr. Meleney's. report! those injured In auto She was treated and released Washington Nov. 30. l...ul,. fm.rlb...< mtn Ultk ,., .i. rrlwat... TibUttkMwklal ....
short with the rest of New York City.
last was Just town prlviM IMMM MnfMlion.
r kf tabM
into use In private passengercars. it's 10 per cent of J7J auto of .year at a cost j>f W.no. Her It connects Staten Island with The unions, representing 49; (.(r MM k Saw i. -r.'oI U MlkMalf r.H:.Y. taut mrmn UmlM. Ail
owners involved In accidents 1 $120,000.This parents didn't require tr s 11- 000 employes are the International '.dl t, wltknl rwrlptli, t wit b... pel.hal '.J..II....
works out to an average Brooklyn. lr.l Mail ftvni tllil fnrnill
Professional drivers, the men which resulted In Injury or ment. Brotherhood of Electrical ..III..tlucki MlmtM nd 'Tk.urns la-PAw.t.a..wNSN
Upi ... .
per cost of about $21 l, S mtdlelnM (I I. full pr npUotrnctk
person ,,
who motor on dirt tracks and death last year. And of that 10 Workers, the Sheet Metal Work. atrsa a.o tMdMi Inn tM r- Ut
such intanglblcosts I. Ending his report Dr. M le-i > ''< weal (ffMtlv*
speedways for money have per cent, only one-third were not Including as loss of Job Income, car ney adds. "It shows the danger China Shuns ers International Associationand oTM o.ft.ny::fI,:a..C,att.ap..e.. tail .ml fesllsa, l.r Mtkm* 4titM.
using belts at the time of their It It oh. DIvsle/.s". IMdlal+ utbw. Eirk p.eterwS > ipoltl p.rpa.wr.a.rlpU.s.a
used them lor years. But not so of not the International Association .
and medicinal using seat belts when a iMk tarw.rd U !
repair sail *
expenses '
the businessman and housewife. accident Incurred after release they are Installed, and the de- Nuclear Plans of Machinists. s toss saw it :' :1.: sad fnaden !r.m : :=
They haven't employed the life- These are other facts uncovered from expenses the hospitals. creased hazard of serious Injury A union spokesman said Wlrta wttb..t pt.urtptoe is eu.t ..Iet CH' ,rI__ a1 asp dispu e+

savers until recently. And some during his research: : Adds Dr. Meleney "The study if belts are used." I TOKYO APCommunist

still don't Of 427 Injured persons ex- Indicates that all of these coats The survey carries a simple China ruled out a variety of proposed You Are Invited To Attend The
A renowned physician Dr. amined in the study, 23 were ;could have been greatly reduced and conclusive : Seat approaches to the problem
Henry Meleney now teachingat killed, 404 injured. Only II per- by the general use of seat belts are life tavers.message Buy them of curbing nuclear weapons Free First Session
the University of Florida sons using seat belts were in- belts." and try them i and insisted Its own plan of total
College of Medicine, decided jured. None was killed. In case you're still not convinced yours. They may save abolition Is the only valid one. to be held at Palm Lanes N
last year to take a look at the Three persons died In autos seat belts save money as 2606 Waldo Road i
belts The Chinese! who explodedtheir
relationship between seat
which were equipped with belts well as lives read these two
and auto injuries. A specialist Typhoon Aid own atom bomb Oct. 16,
but they weren't In use at case histories outlined In DMeleney's : TUES.7p.m.Ne.emker24.W4 .
1 he believes rejected suggestions they should
in preventive medicine the time of the accident study:
i the adage "an ounce of Among the It seat belt A head on collision Involving MANILA (AP) A team of eng.geln the disarmament conference I. I
prevention Is worth a pound of users Injured, three were whip- a car equipped with tea t Cabinet officials flew to Mindanao at Geneva or meet with
cure." Dr. Meleney researched lashed (neck Injury resultingfrom belts and one without, sent three Island today to assess dam the four other nations which II DEVELOP CONFIDENCE
[ the subject In detailIn being struck from behind), persons to the hospital. The age from Typhoon Louise and to possess; nuclear weapons -the Increase Fell. end Confidence .-
order to Indicate how many none suffered brain concussions, driver of the car with belt see what could be done for vic United Slates. Soviet Union, Speek EFfectIvely ..
I persons don't use seat belts, only three had fractures. Two of In use suffered fractures and Ums. Britain and France. Remember Names DAU ,

1 perhaps it Is best first to go to the fractures were to drivers: cuts of the face. His hospital Dozens of deaths have been Peking also spurned proposalsto Think end Speak *n Tees Feet CARNIGII ,
I the end of Dr. Meleney's study. Central Fear end Worry
one suffeed a broken facial treatment cost $1,011. reported on other Islands In UK vehicles for the delivery ,
destroy Fnla5Md Florida Intiitute, Inc.
I His last remarks note "This I. a letter C.n.en.Hon.lli.
bone, the other a broken tooth. The other driver, not protected
central Philippines that were In of nuclear warheads and for Fir Additional+ lnfarm.tl. I study. .also shows the pitifully I Develop Yeur Hidden Abllltlei
The third was a passenger who by belts sustained rib fractures the typhoon's path last Thursday a treaty banning all nuclear: I I7MIII
small proportion of automobile sustained arm and foot fractures two broken arms, lung and I Calvin Weir, Auociat SponurDON'T
friday. tests. .
1 owners who provide them- weapon __"" '
when a car overturned. punctures and knee cuts. His i ------ ----
selves with the protection ofseat Dr. Meleney notes the pre- wife sluing in the right front

belts. ." ceding statistics ",v I den t1y seat broke her Jaw, nose, leg
How small is "pitifully" show that the type and extentof and ankle and was blinded in

-c the injury when incurred, one eye. Total medical expense
was apparently milder' in seatbelt for the non-safety belted couple.

m GOT users than In non-users." $3629.
The report also points out the In another accident a three .
financial loss Involved in auto I year old girl was sitting! between -
' injury. Using figures supplied _her_ parents In_a s mall!_ kt

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t Gainesville' Sun Monday November 23, 1964,

In The Caribbean I 'Decentralization' of Church Has Been Left in Pope's HandsO


II Conference Jff ffl fork Ilmri the apostles, are Joined together. numerous other statements and the[ principal of collegiality Such a "senate" certainly'of episcopal views, In practice he,

CapitolWASHINGTON ." actions has repeatedly affirmed Pope Paul promisedvsguelySaturday would tend to dilute the power most observers believe |
Agenda Set ROME!: The bishops of the And again: his Insistence on the necessity to put It Into effect of the conservative and pre pontiff would tend to use these',
Roman Catholic Church dispersed "But the college of bishopshas and justification for absolute by some unspecified means and dominantly Italian curia of the with less and less freque cn .

CAP) U you'1 Luncheon speakers during the Sunday after 10 weeks no authority unless It U understood papal authority. at a time not fixed. Almost church that now makes most of But, In the opinions o(. dozen
live to bt 70, your one-pound upcoming Conference on the of t debates In the Ecumenical together with the Roman He emphasize this belief with any form of regular presenceIn the day-to-day doctrinal dls- Protestant and orthodox observe
heart win have chalked up a Caribbean at the University of Council, Vatican II, leaving all pontiff, the successor of Peter -i two clear acts of authority at Rome, In even the most docilely -iplinary and dispensatory rulings ers polled on the subject; the
lifetime Job equivalent to carrying 'Florida will pinpoint discussionof the big hard questions still up as its head. The pope's power -' the end of the council the consultative capacity, of In the pope's name. ecumenism decree will remain

a 10-ton load 10 miles. specific health problems In to Pope Paul VI to answer. of primacy over all, both transmission if 19 mandatory diocesan bishops from around And even though the pontiff largely a dead letter so long as
Mexico City and Guatemala and The big central constitution I pastors and faithful, remains amendments to a document al.ready the world, In daily contact with would retain the right to Independent papal supremacy and Infallibility
That was the Illustration given Peace Corps activities related "De Ecclcsla" (of the church), whole and Intact. In virtue of approved by the bishops the church's problems In the action, and even veto Is maintained by Rome.
Sunday by one of the nation's to health throughout La tIn promulgated In the closing session his office, that is as vicar I of and the declaration Saturday ofthe world, Inevitably would have
top heart specialists in describing America. Saturday, may the Christ and pastor of the whole Virgin Mary as "mother ofthe evolutionary, modernizing effecton e aLong
the "fantastic amount I church, the Roman pontiff has church" a proposal considered the church.
The 15th annual Conference for establishment ofsenate" I ?
of work" done by the hsman! way full and universal I and rejected the
supreme by
a four day session Dec. of bishops In Rome to
heart and the difficulties In opens power over the church. And he council as still theologically de- See Page 7 (7j
2, under the co sponsorshipof hare government of the church list?
trying to develop an artificial Is always free to exercise this atable.. gift (
the University's J, H 1111 a with the Roman pontiff. Important AnnouncementAbout
robot heart to duplicate it, even Miller Health Center, the Cent But the question of whetherthe power. These constant affirmations of Your Future Front
temporarily. I ter for Latin American Studies senate shall "The order of bishops, which papal supremacy do not mean, DALE Loan
Dr. E. Cowlcs Andrus, professor and Smith, Kline and French come into exIstence I succeeds to the College of Apostles however, that the council has CARNEGIE an Shopper's

emeritus of Johns Hopkins Laboratories of Philadelphia.Dr. or not, I and gives this apostolic labored In vain In pronouncing -

University Medical School, told Antonio Rios Vargas, executive like most of Analysis: body continued existence, Is II.so --- - --- .-- With mwwy freiti HFC, you can give
a news conference he believes a director of the graduate those bearing What The the subject of supreme and everyone en your gift Hit a happy
crude artificial heart could be course In hospital administration most directly NeweMeans full power over the universal holiday. And you can saw by
developed In several years. at Mexico City, will addressthe on the dally church, provided we understand with thopplnf' anywhere-tiei just
Dec. 3 luncheon group that's lives of th e this body together [lJOIJEYJust where yeas Have chirp account
But he said a robot heart use- III head, the Roman pontiff
bilk, either,
expected to Include 300 to 400 Catholic faith- Ne MI January
ful In treating cardiac disease and never without this head'Another
achievable top educators and dlplom a t s ful, was left to papal decision. bMaiiM HouMhold Ml you budget
shapes up as only from the United States, Puerto passage specificallystates _.nlent.,.
The successive votes favorof your
"in the more distant future. In that the and
"supreme tell us how much
Rico, Panama, Guatemala, Vent c..o 24 c..h 24 for all seasonal moth, borrow with confidence
the principle that the v.r Mwlhb your
I bishop full power"' of the eplscop ate you need to old v. t''r.
Dr. Andrus Is director of the ezuela and Mexico.E. have a collective authority for will remain only latent unless Dills I for o ell Improvement gw.w ; a.mr" rw.w"t. from Household Finance.

second national conference on I Ross Jenney, chief of the government of the church, under 'the, head of the college calls !, car cc3165.00 J1100 (42100 (25.00pairs
cardiovascular diseases which Pan American for all your 269.00 1&.00 537.00 31.00
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papal supremacy, clearly them to collegiate! action." seasonal expense. Borrow up to $600
opened Sunday under the joint I World Health Organization In Indicated a desire on the part Pope Paul himself, In his first Phone for prompt, 33800 20.00 600.00 34.39 Take up to 24 months to repay
sponsorship of the American Guatemala, and Frank Mankie- of the more than 2,500 bishops encylical "Eccleslam Suam" courteous service. rtynwiH.......IMKHt.u'Ki.I.
Heart Association and agencies wlcz, regional director of the
of the church for
a certain decentralization (his church), In his opening address -
of the U.S.. Public Health Service Peace Corps for Latin America, of authority.But LOANS UP TO $600 Atk tbwit credit.IH*a.-- sanest pare ..t..
to the third session of the
are respective featured speakers equally clearly, the constitution council In September, and In
on Dec. 4 and Dec. .. _
leaves it to the popeto [rmnDl'INANCI FINANC
WASHINGTON AP) The Dr. Rios Vargas has authored I decide whether he chooses to elf

Public Health Service says the numerous Journal articles on I remain an absolute monarch or Man ChargedIn

amount of radioactive strontium hospital administration and public -1 become a constitutional one. SERVICE, INC. 107 W. University' Ave.. 2nd Floor

90 detected In milk continued to health and has helped plan Similarly the bishops, after Shooting of Gainesville PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524
than 30
decline In August. I the Republic of Mexico.throughout I living clear Indications during 204 S. E. First Street . .. . II .FR 6.4661
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The August average
Dr. Jenney headed public :I sort of liberalization of Catholic D. Joiner said an aggravated

was milk 22 dally plcocurles, compared per with liter 28 of In health Chile, Brazil programs and In Thailand Indones I II before ,-1 laws on marriage and birth I assault charge would be flied! SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9-P.M. '
I control agreed that these were today against Albert Morgan,
July and 30 In May and June. A his transfer to GuatemalaIn
plcocurle Is one millionth of one 1963. He earned his doctor's matters for papal authority. 51, of 421 NW 6th St., In the
millionth of radioactivity degree at Northwestern University The heart of the matter Is I In shooting early Sunday of Homer This Prices on ALLSTATE Good for .
from one gram of radium. The In 1131.Manklewics. I chapter of "De E!: eel.! s i.," Emanuel, 47, of 908 NW 2nd
Federal Radiation Council has dealing with the hierarchical I
established an Intake of 200( pl- assumed his present :structure of the church- Attention -Ave.Emanuel was wounded once '

cocurlei a day, averaged over a duties seven months ago has been focused In the below the heart in the Skylight 2 !
I He Is In charge of Peace
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year, as an acceptable health program development and past on those passages tendingto Restaurant, 528 NW 5th Ave. Days
hazard.A erations for 17 countries. Increase the power and au- His condition today was good.
thority of the bishops.But Morgan Is a Janitor. His wife,
spokesman for the health A four hour registration
in fact there are more Emma operates the restaurant.PROPANE .
service said the strontium 90
Ion for the Caribbean Confer
passages In the text redefining, -- -
fallout effect of Communist Chi enci Is planned Dec. 2, followedbh
reaffirming, even strengthen! ,
na's nuclear test would not be an Illustrated lecture 0 n the "supreme and universal" Hi-Way Special Tires
detected In monthly milk reports -'Housing In the Carlbb I 0" power of the Roman pontiff I

for several months. by Leonard Currie, Dean of the than there are reinforcing that '
College of Architecture at the of the bishops.The LP. GAS

Italy Voting University division.Dr. of Illinois' Chicago : two significant passagesare [ HOTTIR THAN 24-Mo., Guarantee

ContinuesROME A. Curtis Wllgus, who's "Just as In the Gospel the 1 NATURAL GAS t
been planning Caribbean Conferences -word so disposing St. Peter' Cook fir Heat Water
since the first one In and the other apostles constitute !-
AP Italians voted \ 6.50x13 Tubeless
( ) 1950, II directing next month' 44T
one apostolic college, so In :Low Cost
for the second and final day today I
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} I Another Biletnikoff on Horizon : I

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Another Biletnokoff ,Is coming Coach Ray Graves sail "They short of linebackers. Ron Pur- Looking back to list week's I play a part In M per cent of MS. This Is what tt takes to get

up as If one weren't enoughto have their injured players back sell was hurt against FSU and loss the first time In seven'losses. off the long throw."
put I crimp in Florida' football -like Russ Smith and Pete Ba- still with FSU has this battle Praises FSU Star Although Biletnikoff caught
Monday November 23. 1964 13 Jack Card is out s pre meetings won
of them
Mason.The naszak and they have an explosive only two passes, one
Florida Caters must face offense. vious Injury. : of the state universities Graves sized up Blletnikoff was good for a -yard touch

quarterback Bob Biletnikoff of 'It should be quite a game to Tackle Randy Jackson was Injured ,Graves agreed. fumbles wenImportant. this way: "H has great hands down. Most of the time two defenders
And ne
the revived Miami HurricanesIn wind up the Gators' home season and may not be able to He runs pro patterns." were required to guard..
,( Gainesville Saturday after the ," Graves said. play. Halfback Alan Po re-In You never use fumbles as an has good speed. him. .
18-7 defeat handed them by jured an ankle and possibly will excuse" he said "but you 'Steve Tens (FSU quarterback FSU's other top receiver, end
Count One Florida State starring Fred Bi Pursel!, Pot Jacksoa Hurt miss the Ml.mlaam. this week I might just as well talk about ) has a great arm," Don Floyd caught seven passes

[i letnikoff, Bob's older brother. He said Florida will be below ,and the Louisiana State game'them. They were there for the Graves said. "The protection and helped set up three field
"Miami has come real fast,", par, physically and particularlyBy ,next week. second straight week and they they gave Tens was tremend'I goals.


,, Friend For Cross City Tops

i The GatorsI : O." Area StandingsCross :

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wish I had a pair of arms 40 feet long today. yr '
1t and nveeeleaedon
stall' City emerged as the 1 mark one game remain AA eM.ls
U I did, 111 wrap them, one, around the collective shoulders only undefeated team to the log The Tornadoes rolled over w l t ......
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.i l of all the Florida coaches from head nan Ray Graves right ) a area last weekend as the 1W4 Green Cove Springs, S9-8, for C.... a Me..l
down to the last assistant; two, around the entire Gator, r football curtain fell on all but WL'
their seventh 'p'''
victory 1"2..... t1
football squad. Gainesville and Stark. e w e UhwN 1'I'ri .
Gainesville winds up Its season I Next In line are Santa Fe, 6w rev e e t ...eN.
They need a friend badly this day and I want to be counted Friday night at home ..,, M10. : I weMrs.P.
I Lak. Butler and Lincoln, all :.w
on their side. y 4't' 3 against Choctawhatchee, w hUe with fine 1-2 records ,w. see .sow'IIi'w

They tell me the echoes of the big cheer that went up ;7 Starke hosts Macclenny I till,"'". a p. 5 I ,.ItIII...
from Florida State partisans after the final buzzer sounded Wednesday night In Its finale. Santa Fe which edged P. K ;;..".K.,, y:1: : :=
Cross City slammed Lake fang, won the Keystone Con- -...... 5 ....
I on the Seminole. deserved 16-7 victory Saturday still hadn'tdied Butler U-a. to finish with a i Terence, and Lake Butler cop. ,11..._ ..."",.. i I e ..meIM.Ned
; away when the phone was ringing in the Sun.0UkIN I sparkling record and claim pod the Northern Division of the c-. I. t ......

It rang with disgruntled Gator fans calling. They wantedto the Suwannee Conference championship. -'iuwannea. 1,0,114 't' .fie.1,5NM..M

bow what Florida's "alibi" was going to be,this time. The only blur on the Lincoln slammed Jacksonville c""_''-II., I I 5's
Bears mark was a 11-11 tie with tool. 551 .M
Douglas Anderson, 434 to wind a-c "
WIlliston early In the season up Its slate Sinks -.. ....

Was This a Push? Jolts North smashed Marlon's Dunnellnn hard running 504 Wllll Ion was the surprise of .:.:Moa.- 1"5II'5i ::

The ball'a war over to the other aide' II evidenced by FSU defensive back to finish the area's second beat the area, rebounding from a dismal e-.. e .i .wwls.wls MN
Howard Ehler (43) who Is looking In that direction. But Gator end Charles) record of "1. 1-7-1 record of a year ago Je.e I1..tsetaeKwe .
Casey has been sent sprawling Was U a push by Seminole defender Jim Starke Nut to a f 2-2 mark. Th Red Devils al0 /w .LM.c .

Maasey (It)? This action occurred early In the came. (Sun Photo). Then comes Starke with a 7-1.I tied Chlefland 04, in their final MI, IN lO ..5'S...
*. will,.". I I. meclm

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Gainesville, Chlefland and "
| P,K. Yong are the other three M.Pe MMN
They wanted to know why why, why Florida always fell et team with better than JOG LiIIItIoI 1 _..
Its face whoa the big year was to treat el tt. record, aerae amine,.
I don't have to say any more. You've heard it before. Michigan Waits on Rose Bold Foe I Galneavlll owns a M mark, ..-" r WLtM.M'M..t i i :......

You know what It's all ..bout.It' with one to go, Chlefland finish'ed '. .0,1,51.K. Y-.Mtn I i., ..me..

l-l-l.sn d P. K. Yong wound ( .- r... ..e"em
Always FloridaIt's By WILL GRIMSLEY Sugar Bowl, suffered Its third Toledo. Tlmberlake also kicked power running of BID Wolski up st ItI.Cedar c_,_...._... c_e e t ..5.ewhM.
Associated Press Sports Writer toss, a 2S-27 defeat by West Vir- the extra point and added a 27- and the passing of John Huart .
always the Caters, Isn't It. It's never the other team. It's Michigan In the ROM ginia. yard field goal to account for all Florida\ Slat drew a Gator Key knocked off Bron- ,=.(lit 5 L ate a
Its always Florida that louses up. It's never the other team Bowl but the Wolverines may LSU, Syracuse's opponent at he Wolverine scoring Bowl bid after beating Florida son lilt weekend to throw the ."'. f i ..4. : ,
that does anything. It's always Florida that plays poorly.It's have to sweat It out a week before New Orleans still has a game Oregon State and Southern 11-7 for an 1-1-1 season's record. Rlverland Conference Into a llloe N' "0"_ a a ..NI' ui
never the other team that plays well It's always Floe learning the Identity of left with Florida Dec. I. California kept their bowl hopes Lea Murdoch's: three field goals three way tie between Cedar' ,.'1 Willi" Icwa.Ul'M

ida's coaches who are game-planning wrong; never the other their opponent Oregon Slat Four Perfect breathing with victories on the proved to be the winning Key, Branson and Hawthorn,I' _Nn'M Suit.t; Po,,
coaches game-planning right or Southern California. The defeat of Nebraska left West Coast. Oregon State edged! margin. all with 1-2 marks.TALLAHASSEE tMN.imeh.s If asm.N
Oh, welL Let them holler. Over-all records favor Oregon only four major teams with per- Oregon 7-t and Southern Cal Tulsa received another top|

I don't know what causes fumbles I do know they're part State but the Pacific Coast se- fect records, and two of these, bumped UCLA 3413. performance from record-set

of the game. I don't know why key football players get hurt. lectors are expected to wait and Notre Dame and Alabama are Four Beaks ting passer Jerry Rhome Seminoles Savor
I only know they do. see how Southern California still In danger.! The others are Rooms hit for 21 of U to beating
fares against top-ranked NoireDame Arkansas 1(4 and Princeton, Of the Top Ten teams, foul Toledo 38-1. He panned for two ; II
FSU last Saturday.I
I do know Florida was ready play .
Saturday. 9.0.b were beaten. These were Nehraska touchdown and ran for another
also know that failure to get that quick ,early toucbdowa Should the Trojans. happen I Arkansas; led by quarterback No.. 4; Ohio State No Maay tpsel
when It "was"only. yard away seemed to 'something unseat the mighty Flghtlni/ Fred Marshall posted its fifth 7; Syracuse No. I, and Oregon, Upset marked the traditionalgames Biggest Victory
from the Gators. Failure t. capitalize *a four more Irish, a feat nine others have straight shutout and completed No 10.Winners. throughout the country. -
whoa FSU had lien stopped at It* 12, at Its ZI, at ins U ailed do this Notre Dame, South -
to year, they likely its first unbeaten-untied season were harvard beat Yale 18-14.
and at Florida's 47 (the latter by a pass Inlerceptloar also would be tapped for the host In Si yean by stopping Texas No. I; Arkansas, No. 1, Michigan Carolina surprised Omson ,-,. r : (AP) "I 1('back, plays with III the poise of
had much to do with the Semtooles' ktory FSU sensed that role at Pasadena If the Trojans Tech 17-9. Princeton clinched No. I, and Louisiana State North Carolina beat Duk !!-tl. don't believe anybody I la goto g I'
tt might be a Seminole day from the Gators' Inability to lose, It would send the pendu- the Ivy League title, subduing No. 1. LSU downed Tulane 13-1 Kentucky edged favored Tennessee .'to call ua a girl's school any., Against Florida, Tsnsl's offen
cash to en chance after chance. FSU took heart, got stronger. lum swinging to Oregon State Cornell 1711Michigan with left-footed: kicker Dean 12-7.: Wisconsin, with five more," Florida Stat football 1.I sloe line gave him plenty of
Florida lost some poise, got weaker. I Athletic directors of the eight used a couple of Moreau booting two field foals tosses In six previous conference Coach Bill Peterson said alter time, and h* picked apart the
Ill be frank about it The Gators are going to have trouble Pacific Athletic Conference Ohio boys who got away from Alabama, No. 2, and Texas games, downed Minnesota hi. team best Florida and won best college piss defense to time
picking up another victory this season. They're' down men numbers take a preliminaryvote Ohio State Coach Woody Hayes No. I, did not play while 4-7.. a Gator Bowl berth. nation. Fred BlUuilkoff FSU'sgnat
tally and physically. They have to face a rising Miami team today. If they're not unanimous In beating the Buckeyes at Co- preparing for tough Thanksgiving Missouri spoiled Kansas'hopes The Seminole, whose school receiver, caught only/ "two
with only one varsity linebacker healthy-Jim Bemhardt/ -and then the next ballot will Iambus 104 for the Big Ten Day assignments' Texas for a share of the Big was Florida Slate College for passe But one of them was I
he has a bad hand. Only one original starting halfback and be put off until Nov. 29. championship and the first trip'closes with Texas A4M 1 Eight title Kit Colorado, with Women until Just alter World perfectly executed JJ-ysrder.
Jack .Harper's still not st top speed. Alan Poe Is lost for More Impressive to the Rose Bowl to 14 years The No 1 Irish playing In IV only one victory, upset the Air War II. bay taken a lot of rib- The other would hive slap
the season.It Bob Tlmberlak of Franklin, I degree cold, throttled Iowa'spanning Force 21-21. Stanford rallied In bang because they failed to Mat gone[ for long yardage icpt

will be a tremendous coaching task to pick this Florida 1 Oregon State and Southern Ohio threw a 17-yard touchdown ace, Gary Snook and the second half for a 211 Florid the first sli times they hat Blletnlkoff's momentum
I Cal finished with similar J-l carried him out of bounds bofor
team elf the basement floor after losses to Georgia and FSU records In conference play but pass to Jim Detwller of piled up four touchdowns on the triumph ever California. met.But he could straighten up. -.

and bring them back to fight Miami aid LSU the way we Oregon State's over-all s-2 mark the 11-7 victory: Saturday Craves pointed out that T.nsl, j
know they gas fight whoa they're IN per cent Is more Impressive than the mad up for the drought The threw the $-,.rd.r from hi.
Gator team had been called Uubest i
Trojans' "3. The PAC selectors Alabama-Auburn BattleIs own M, hitting Blhtnlkoff on &the.
Won the OnesAt In the school's history.
Wrong have no strings attached. They 12 I I Ion of U yards.
can pick whom they please. Losing Coach Ray Crave of. "They will mate a good Ci- t
the beginning of the season4 was all the most optimistic .
I With one more week of heavy irid no excuses, "W* win lor Bowl team," Gravis said!
the 7-1 at the outside
expert was allowing Caters very
football headlined by the Notre Featurethe beaten soundly by a superior
best A M year was the probable finish. Florida's big trouble huM-Southera c.llIII. at Los Turkey Day football team. FSU deserves all I
seems to be that it beat Mississippi and Auburn, rather Angeles and the Army-Navy the credit and rtwsrds It Is rIvuig *- Rowland Cops .
than Georgia and FSU. "
service spectacle at Philadelphia KELSO STURGEON been bothered by a knee Injury Caters whipped both Miami hate FeatureCoot
Even If yea ..', like to hear tt mentioned again. It hap. the major bowl line-up Is Associated Preit Opens Writer 'all season but has turned to a i and LSU. 1ttI Of Money
pened. FSU whipped the Gator last Saturday. Rather decisively. almost set Alabama's unbeaten and sec'spectacular performance while Kentucky's upset of Tennessee .'
N. football leant Nat fumble five times, loses fear least of the m.rcIa' Rowland of Valdosta Mall
Here it Is: I ond-ranked Crimson Tide will seeing limited action. allowed the Wildcats: to Not the
.f them; ks two passes intercepted, teats for a 21-yard ROSE BOWL-Michlgan, 1-" present its final argument for In Saturday's games Louisiana close out the SEC season with I II some pOO.OOO-aboul/ ...* ,lfth tile way to will the future
average aid gains ..lyl1 yard reshtog I Is going to beat FSU vs. Oregon State M, or Southern consideration for the national Slat moved Into the Sugar a 4-2 reconl-thelr boat since II f the school's annual athletic race al Gainesville Speedway
this year. Or win rent practically ) California ..3. college football championship on Bowl with a Iii victory ever 1951 Th final mark was M for budget FSU's cut of the Salur-' Saturday night.Rowland .
also took the second
As I said earlier; coaches G.lou-JOU'yt still got lilt COTTON BOWL Arkansas, national television Thursday. Tulane, Florida Slate received Kentucky. day game first meeting ... semi-final event and third
friend to your corner. You're making mistakes and losing but M. vs. Nebraska H. The Tide, rated by Coach a Gator Bowl berth by whipping Wildcat quarterback Rick wtea the rivals In TafJahas a) the Urn trial. was
you're trying. And that's something I'll never fault. ORANGE BOWL Alabama Paul Bryant as the best team Florida 14-7 and Kentucky: I Norton teamed up with a glut -W'I ftd,009. First semi-final went to Larry
he', ever coached will take upset Tennessee 117. Vander fingered b* d of receivers, led The Seminoles will sun collect of
t.Oiu 'JtIrl' Flyna Daytona Beach
Louisiana .4 re e e r d against but lost to Miami 2S-17 to a Rick Klitner. to blow Tennessee haul 1140,000 from the Gate heat victories ...... scored
.1 by
Nicklaus State 7 M, vs. Syracuse, 71. Thanksgiving Day In Friday night gam. out of tile stadium at KJMSvlll BowL That doesn't even count Pipes Millard Ones.
Edges GATOR BOWL Florida ham. A victory weald & Louisiana It. tI'. victory I to the Mcond half. la that the prestige. Beach; and U McDonald Tit-
State, S-l-1, vs. opponent yet to 'Bam Ha second perfect season leaves the Bengali with i 7-i-l second half Kentucky controlled Recruiting win be easier ".u. ton, Ca. ,
be named. to four yean. record with Dec I makeup I the ball ad the way, with Norton ready, w.'v* bd torn proa- Don Toothman L k .lAnd.
BLUEBONNET BOWL Tutsa. But win lose Alabama will date with Florida left on the passing for 221 11 I
: or yard M pecta In the *fflcw Peterson ltd tile
Palmer For I Urn Mali to 2IJJ McDonald
$$ 7-1. ... Mississippi ioU announce after the game Is ever schedule. The Bengal opponent of 17 completion said TSU win be on* of tile did 21.11 and Rowland-
None of the bowl can offer a that H la going to the Orange to the Sugar Bowl win be Syracuse I Tennessee to now 1-4-1 to SEC'most glamorous place to play. 2Z.fl.
Bowl at Miami New Yew's which Ks record ply and takes 4-4-11 record "
game with national championship Dayto saw dropto a football to a few years.
LAFAYETTE La. (AP) Classic Palmer would have retained Implication u the fame meet Texas. 7-1 wild it was Upset ky Into tin final game with Van- Peterson said b* would give afternoon Racing: will clung la Sunday

Th 1944 championship of the I the money championship between the No*. I and 1 teams Auburn, a pre-season favorite Went Virginia Saturday. derbilt.MVTMMTICII. his torn a week or so off before trials win ant "' .Tim
PGA circuit was decided oa th every he had won the two start at I: pm',.
previous Texas and Navy, bit New'with Mississippi to win the Fl rlda'. loss to Florida State ceoeesocerave. beginning preparation forth
last putt to \he year's final years. Year's Day to the Cotton Bowl. Southeasters Conference championship marked the first time to history 't.Ne.wtrea..... .. e- Cater Bowl game .I.... 2 B and racing at 110.:

tournament. I The putt cost Brewer ... Notre Dame, firmly fixed ki has a modest -1 record the Cetera have lost to FSU and Ia.wI :e f fie : ', e e :: :I Jacksonville. N* opponent has Wins
Big Jack Nicklaus edged Arnold He'd have won 12,100 by finishing the Ho.1 position with aa toipos- but has completely revamped It most likely cost them any I'i.e I 455 5e .. 55510 it been aimed, bat Georgia Tech TourneyDAYTONA
Palmer on a U-foot putt -I alone to second place, but be lug M record bas withdrawn/ Us offense and to to chance of any postseason bowlappearances. -- nee .... s.. ., !: .MIN. ..:ae I believed to have lilt Inside BEACH (APP _
not his or sot even Palmer's, had to settle for a tie with Nick rofli consideration, helped peak form for (he Intrastate bat The bowl committees .1. It .. 1 ene track and Is Pttrna'i preference. I Tom Malone of Pcmaaa a-
but one missed by Gay Brewer,laws while Palmer finished along by the fact the big bowlscouldn't tie. Aa Auburn triumph would might_tike a second look itBedell 'M"-.s- M a em M so sate., .. .n.. Beach Shooting a steady 71 d*>:
Jr. third. \ wait anyhow. most likely lead the Tigers kilo! w i.I. .. .. ], = .... .tit.. Tie Seminoles will be *a es- pile showers, woe .dM fifth annual
Had Brewer sunk the ball en I I The showdown for top money Owe Te CoTb a bowl game. Lends v.1..ws eel u. w fan w citing bowl team a they meatp *- Riviera 0 p e a by lour
tile 18th green of the Oakbounte honors of the year overshadowed I Irish smashed Iowa 2Mla Start irbedtJe I ,M.FN. mew --, See to the Florida gam ..trek** with a total W W Suit.
dub course to Sunday'sfinal v sere te wN."w
Country round of the $3.000 Cajon' the blazing Humph of freezing cold at South Bend Other games this week the I Poultry Loop !.------ Steve Tend the Mootl quarter- day.
Miller Barber, who wen the CaJon ,..
and now need only to take care .oItiImI..laturdIy-1
CUsak aw first official of southern Cal to wind *p them match Georgia and Georgia! Homes Bedell led the Royal
Beggs1 517 tour victory ever by fivestrokes. lint perfect football year since Tech at Athens. Duke and 'fI Poultry Coffee League at Palm GRIDIRON GREENBACKS FANST.
j M*. lane at New Orleans Florida,Lanes with a 467 series sa US.
Tops Seniors | While the temperature bv Alabama, toe No. 2 team and Miami at Gainesville and:I7M4L Ma Hill had W cad ,Include the icitlnf & TN4Iitl..1
|tAd Just above freextog and which has cheats to spend the Teaoeasee and Vanderbilt! atNasevuT Marylan Burton *O with a 3U THANKSGIVING DAY GAMISI
Randall Beggs paced. the moat players hovered JDS* above holidays to Miami's aunshm. *. high game.
Sheriffs Senior League II Palm par, and higher. Barber, a bald- ins a nued Thaaksghrtog Day Alabama aa* beater Auburn Dram Sucks had a I7J7 art I Yen Detest Fee, ThaDEADLINE

Lane with a S17 series M tog H-year-ald s..ktaulatlw. assignment coming ap wilt A* lour unmet III the JIll five sees and Broiler bad a III lea
t t1.
game of iTS-lH-l. Lisle Da-I faabioaed a tt and all to th* bur aa old rival that aped the sns -the only Tiger victory to gam. Hyla Wilson mad DMH r
via had a SOI and Wanda Hint auradtti wtodnp Sunday. Tide but those five game coming last split.Mrs. CMM M.. f. TW tMWAD.
lopped the girt rill 4S. Terry I I Sunday's 14 hole was scheduled t'.... book' .' luSt 01 the year, 14. However. Auburn I Suites wee t the turkey ).i,. Cn i*. wia *
Youngbtood( had a M belt after rata wasted eat the swine off a couple of the New lead to the settee. with! 1< with a zIt: gam*. 1st la 4 laghandicap. NOV. 25
,.me. 1 opening round of play. Year's Day I.... Nebraska victories, U toss** aid a BeTh Hilda Neater wa' .
Horafes had a 2M series sad L WckJaaa guoe prize moacy playing Atkinson to the Cotton game should set the r.tars .:with a lit peri**. tocludlBghandicap. 1
an ni high gam Brtxs made her boosted hi. earring to flU Bowl, had Its $.pme waving *T quarterback Joe Na- Hills mastering and 5 P.M.
the HO spll and H a <**. the : falls mart lhaa Palmer streak snapped by Oklahoma 17- mata to the Alabama lineup lor,Palm Lane donated the tur

gv-"i cr 7. And Syracas, headed far the a M tour si duty. Namath bas|!,keys. 7 "Of.j


Gainesville Sun Mendey November 23
1 _14 .. 1964.


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Sew Western HonorsBy BIG (

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Avid Fans -- ORANGEIT
MURRAY mASS Marchettl himself must. Insteadof player In history, put the Colts I the third play of the game to I .
Associated Press Sports Writer going out on a thirdplaceteam In front with an 11-yard scoring let up the first Besr touchdown

Of Bowling The Baltimore Colts ire planning that won eight games and :romp In the first quarter. It was Mira suffered a shoulder Injury I

a retirement party for Gino;lost six, he will\ retire -If he !the 14th straight game In which and played no more. He said

Marchettl that promises to be actually does after a champ he has scored. after the game the Injury was I

IY JACK HARRIS c.t more exciting than the one they I ionship game Johnny Unltaj set up the not serious.
gave; him when ha retired last The Colts most likely will play I touchdown with a 12-yard pass IIIoflO""L PIIOT..LL LUA.UC5.ora I
.the Cleveland Browns, who lost CMt.ror*.
Where there'i a flame, there had to be a ipark. Where the yelr. to John Mackey. Jerry Hill W T M. 45450 0'Cl.
The prize defensive end to Green Bay 28-21 Sunday but ........ .
I cored what proved to be the e II J05 JOt "III.
pins were filling, George and Ginny Sparks tad to be. They L451.. a a. M'm IJIW.'I"
were two of the fortunate bowler last week lo have a high: helped prepare for the festivities still hold a 1'-game lead over I decisive touchdown on a 17 yard ,5/45 a.5 Aft loti 05
.... ..... .
Sunday as the Colts St. Louis in the East with three '11. 5 A 5 -.131 II.D.
run in the third Los .....
enough series with handicap to win a turkey. In addition, George quarter. 465 055 N1 101
whipped Los Angeles 24-7 and games to play. I eltt.50W, 4 1 5 .au.... lit
deer last Angeles finally scored In the
also shot, a,US pound week. All that they need to Nw Y5r5 510.00555555 ti,
clinched first place In the Na- Marchetti led Colt blitz that
a w
shoot now to open incur own fourth quarter on Munson'i 21.yard Will., C .....
meat plant is a cow. Since the finishing position at onal Football League's Western constantly kept the Los Angeles pass to Bucky Pope. ..111-. WLT 111. PM. I.mist i 115o..raw tyco

George and Ginny started I the foul line la a natural con Conference. quarterbacks on their backs. Green Bay used a fumble by Aliw5w55 1 1 i iL55 I

bowling approximately a' year sequence of the delivery,there' The victory, their 10th Roman Gabriel was dumped six Jimmy Brown to help bold An04145' 5 5 5 .... no :,555MInMM5 ..
555 JNIM :
after Palm Lanes opened. They a precaution you can take at straight since losing the season times for M yards In losses and leveland's magic number attwo. c.k.a5 4,5 .3M5555: wi
the when the ball atarts opener to Minnesota brought BID Munson five times for 46 aM ''''I''' 555.50505550: ;
were asked by a friend, Bill point Any number of Cleveland 55,45.. asw1.5N55n5ry $1Ca
Green to go out to the new Its downward swing. Stiffen the the Colts their first conference yards, a total of 102. victories and $L Louis )losses K IM AIW.IMtoM > r
bowling lanes and have din 1 arm as the ball begins to drop title since 1951 and 1959 when "What a great game they totaling two will give the 0> .Icy.MI 55.It,CtowlMtt D..... It tlMiM tb

ner. After dinner they Were per from the top of the backswln, they also won the league cham- played," said Baltimore Coach Browns the Eastern tile. MI""_......... Do...DotroH"ow YW Do t1 11II. i
suaded te bowl a lame. T h l s This locks the wrist and pre- pionship. Don Shula of the defensive unit I ..... /511.I.IMO, ,..II TAt CA Ill
was their downfall. The bug had tents It from turning. The final Says It Again Other ScoresIn Bart Starr scored the Pack.era' Chlut. S4 IMI T_Prod,'..MIMChkHI n tr

bitten. Like everything else that result, then, Is a s m o o t harm Immediately'after the game, other games, St. Louis go ahead touchdown on aouryard -* DMrattit.-.... .- (Q) shSn

they seem to do, they enjoy It lift with no wrist turn That ifarchetti announced this was crushed Philadelphia 38-13, Detroit dash shortly after .._ IMI PrmlKtnm .10. 11Ir
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The Sparkses also are avid means a short sharp and eonstent his last season. But retiring is tied Minnesota 23-23, Pittsburgh LIonel ABridge fell on Brown'sfumble LN_ttl.5 5501,5,15,05Nw

participants in the sports of hook. nothing new to he 17-year-old annihilated New York 44- at the Cleveland 22.Stan's 5510/.1014 YorS .0 50 W5,1551M e_'.... Isto
fishing and hunting., veteran of 13 years in the NFL. 17, Chicago edged San Francisco 55-yard pass to Max McGee a,. Lout. It '1..........

George and Ginny are the Turkey He quit after last season, only to 23-21 and Washington, on a fourth-down-and-Inch- Y
owners of Glnny's Hairstylists. be convinced to return for an- trimmed Dallas 28-lt. I ea situation at the Packers' 44set I IRONWOODGOLF Ira

They not only have been enthusiastic Winners other year. Lenny Moore, who hallCOl'ed up the tying score 3tt CLUB s ;h te.arhf
participants of bowl I In", Some of the winners In last Even though his bones mightnot touchdowns In more consecutive minutes earlier. OPENING NOV. 28th tors

but they also are one of the eek'i Turkey Shoot: Joe Som appreciate his decision, games than any other NFL George Mira, starting; quarterback N.W. 39th Ave. 66for

better sponsores In town. The mese, Barry Biebel, Frank Palma -- _. _- for San Francisco, fum- M.... ...hl' AnilcU I ]
Pin Topplers was one of the first Paul Good Hank W h I 11 m, bled on his own 13-yard line on i

leagues in which they sponsored Bill Wilson, George Sparks, Ca'orkinuer
a team. Ginny needed some W Clark Powell, JIm Bills GilchristIn i ofku

stiffer competition so they moved Dyer, Billy Johnson, Dave Say. DRIVE-IN GROCERY TMKAVODKA trof
the team to the UniversityCity re, Ginny Sparks, Elms New
Women's League. George man, Phyllis Wright, Pat Wl I I- I L3

presently bowls with the Central llama, Gwen Crawlord, C. A AFL Spotlight MANAGER TRAINEES tel
Florida Office Equipment teamIn Roberts. Bob Brown, Gay Arnold vt
the Night Owl League. Ester Van Leer, Frank I
George was the all events Warren, Lloyd Koser, Bob Caldwell By MIKE RATHET Gilchrist should be looking to i WANTED I Ii i

with handicap champion In the Reed Morris, Rsy Bally, Associated Press Sports Writer make further amends in t key MIXES II f
men's city tournament In 1962. Elmer Broadw l Toby Rub. The American I Football clash at San Diego Thursday I :I
He has had a high set of 60} ledge, Sue Benesh. League spotlight which focusedon that could be a preview of the Male, 25 to 50 for manager trainee positions' with EASY. I
and a high game of 256. He has Cookie Gilchrlst and Buffalo championship game. Jackson's Mlnit Markers. Paid vacation and other :8 (
several other trophies that he Is Bowlers .lilt week swings 3,000 miles this The Bills lead the Eastern fringe benefits when qualified. Prefer married men, I

too modest to discuss. a Inn y Notes I. week to focus on Cookie Gll Division with a (-1 record to I IBoston'l ,full time employment assistant only. Starting salaries week forlIpIII."eeci JUST ADD Ir r 6
of 191 and and Buffalo. I managers a ,
has a high game a christ 8-2-1 The Chargers'lead II
high set of 406. She's still tryIng Bowlers notes and 'an ties: I Gilchrist, the wild Bill of the the Western sector with a I end for experienced managers $100.00 per week. PEOPLE I I I

to break that, 500 series bar. Don't forget The Thanksglvln Buffaloes, was bounced from 7-2-1 record and will be looking i Apply 'In person to Mr. Blundell, II

rler. I Jamboree of Tournaments next the team last week In a serious to take a big step toward nailing, Jackson's Minlf Market SMNI et. lac. Nm MUM. UIIMMrrMl.DttUMtMCr
The most exciting time that'weekend. dispute with Coach Lous Saban, the title by Increasing their 1234 N.W. 16th Ava, Gainesville I

Ginny had was the touch and- Congratulations to Dot Bird of placed on waivers and appar- bulge over runner-up Kansas [

go rolloff match between Gln First Federal. She Is the present ently headed for another club In City, M.
ny's Hairstylist and Coca-Cola leader In the singles eventIn a hassle that threatened to 1
for first place In the UCWL last the 11th annual St. Petersburg wreck Buffalo's Eastern Division The Chiefs remained In contention

year Classic bowling tourney title hopes. Sunday as Len Dawson 9t
passed for three touchdowns
for women. Gilchrist, however, made hit I
There were quite a few bowlers before suffering a broken nose j1firefone
Bowling apologies to coach and players,
at the first of three Beginners In a 28-19 victory over Houston
was reinstated and the loss of I < By
Hints Classes held by Palm I 'the league's top rusher for the that handed the Oilers their' t S :
Lanes Joe ttro. eighth consecutive defeat 'I
manager qua
Bowling hints from Jack: Arm : $1100 waiver price averted. c
lilt Controls hook action. Bowl- Bring( a friend and come I o In the only other game scheduled -I V Me h' d
Lanes t *
next Thursday. free Billy Cannon scored three
Ing beginners have to I learn I
bowling and refreshments.' WarriorsHappy touchdowns for the first time I es0 ,
that arm lift, not wrist turn, cs
M. K. Forehand Is back on since 1962 and Cotton Davidson
hook action to the ball. 5Jr
Imparts the lines after a four week 111.' 1
passed for three scores ai Oakland
The break want Is obtainedby
ness Overload whipped New York 36-28. Precision
reaching up and out as the An object lesion can be learned ,I ,
Boston defeated Denver 12-7
ball Is released with the thumb
by Virginia Knowlton, AJBC Friday night while Buffalo and
Its hole first and with
Police Benevolent bowler She ALIGNMENT
the fingers Imparting the spin TripSAN San Diego were idle, and'
Iways was rolling low score F
preparing for their Thanksgiving COLLEGE GRID
action.But sometimes ever star bowl. (SO'.) because the other e h I Idren I-. FRANCISCO (AP) Day battle. I' r--

era find themselves fighting I were this rushing fact to her her She explained There's no place like home Early Scores I -ri COVERAGEAMERICAN
wrist turn.; They find the el- who told her and that's why the San Francisco Dawson 19 and 26 $
to take her time passed
to i
blow the outside Warriors are happy get
to or .
and not pay any attention to the back the road. yards to Fred Arbanas for 55
to the the wrist turns
right as
other bowlers. Virginia did and The Warriors embarked on a touchdowns in the first half as
to the left The result Inevitably
the results were wonderful. Both the Chiefs built a commanding!
three-game road trip today, AND
la that the ball Is pulled out of
of! her games were over 100 and happily leaving behind the Civic 21-10 lead, then fired a five-
Its twinging arc to the left 5
and Is forced high on the head she rolled the highest series yet, Auditorium court where they yarder to Chris Burford In the 1, NATIONAL PRO J

a 217. Keep up the good bow have yet to win a National third period. Dawson got the If your front tires MostAmerican LEAGUE STORIES .

pin.The secret of proper arm lift lug Virginia. Remember speed Basketball Association game broken note on the final TD and are wearing unevenlyand Thbu
lies entirely In the of kills his season. the Chiefs were unable to score steering la diffi
the elbow. It must be position pointed Randall Begfts was a standout Their fifth and sixth straight again I c\lI&,11& ua realign Parts Extra 1 1At

straight down at the floor. This (for the AJBC's last week home court losses were Inflicted Dawson completed nine of 13 your wheel. with ourprecision If Needed!
He rolled a fine 100 aeries with and night by before he equipment
Sunday for 12
position assures proper arm lift Saturday pisses yards HIGH SCHOOL anto,
lames 01 m-mui. He washeckled
and the absence of damag I a g the Cincinnati Royala and De- left.
wrist turn. a little bit about needIng troit Pistons, respectively I by
... a 231 game to get a 600, by *MasKAa ,'ClO""LL. Luaeua
Detroit edged San Francisco a.. .. 0Oa Ask about Firestona JOHN CLENDENDOI4
his fellow bowlers In the Sher 99-97 In the only wLYP.S.Ph05
Sunday night 'uHII. 5 I' .... :J114 155Nw GLENN UNIT
third iff's Senior> league He commenced prior to his game played. Yont i I 15: ::: :5U;: :1ne. LOW UNI-CHARGE..no money Prompt
ATCLARKE'S game to The twin defeats negated outstanding 5,5555 10S .1. au aw JIM KELLY
show his hecklers what a tough scoring performances W"_ DMPMnt .,< LOW down II'take months to Courteous
bowler he la. by Wilt Chamberlain, zeroing In D"I" 5 5t1Nsi"oS fa all merchandisa
I Take a look at the poster on on the league scoring lead once 0.5154'ty I J : :: 5505 555 eat Cost pay ServiceS DAVE BERKOWITZ

Recommend This the Mixed Doubles Tournament .again after missing the first five D5v" a4555t as .1. 'M aN and CAR SERVICE! JAMES RUSSELL

Famous Nylon .t Palm Lanes games of the aeason.Chamberlain 545555 11 D' I
Randy Brooks, Allstate Insurance I collected 41 _City, :.-=,s..:. w51ae 1e I JIM KING
Ail ., 42"
had triplicate games oN Cincinnati Saturday 00510505 55. Nw Yore '
points against s5na I I.uff.
wlthTUFSYNJT In the Industrial League night, but the Royals had ...St 55 T550..Y'S Oi5.5' ..

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used 'rn auto bras Scores: The men 1d I wtr.e.ee.,. -c- /
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high In the Royal Crown Classic 1:: /nSdsp, J1 > l4.f with trade I lOwhhi trade

with a 713. >Z MOST fl-VOLT MOST 12-VOLT
Ui EUeman of South Atlantic Wright Wins .

Oil Co. was high with I MOElraa .

Newman had a Mi. Toby BILOXI, Miss. (CAP) Like LIFE CANDID COMMENTS
Rutledge rolled a U4. Phyllis Alexander the Great, Mickey
Wright, SM; Gwen Delaney, 131: Wright has run out of worlds to (end the lives of ethers) ANY SIZE Firestone IY COACHES
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_.... a 117 aeries on games of 101-II Miss Wright celebrated her Rely OnHull's 4 ONLY 4949
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Monday November 23. 1964 Gainesville Sun 15

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Pulpwood Boosts EconomyBy i

BOB MEEKER i: "The industry is now on a often happened, woods were
Sun Staff Writer Brought $816,000 scientific basis," he said. "AndIn burned with widespread damage y I

STARKE Pulpwood 'I the future it will be possibleto to seedlings and saplings. _
: __ .
tion Is one of Bradford plant and obtain unlfor m I y Thus protected, both by the r ____
ty'i biggest industries. III conte to Bradford in 63 rapid growth, then thin out on Fire Control Unit, and b y

Last year, a total of 51 a i cycle, and on obtaining maximum stricter laws against sett I n g
cords were produced h. county, and gum farming was lings at 6 ft. by 10 ft IPac1ng,1 growth, clean cut and wild fires, the forests of Brad-
which figured at an average an important industry here. or about 725 to the and then start all over again." ford County have Improved
$U.00 per cord when loaded I The market Is good now for "Airplane seeding has been I The forest products Industry steadily, and fine stands of both
cars, amounted to an income turpentine, and pines here will tried," Smith said, "but only has gone ahead steadily since young and more mature trees
the county of $016,100. produce an abundance of gum with fair success It was tried the Installation of a Fire Con- are a common sight
A common sight in this but the Industry has fallen off in an effort to reduce cos's, but trot Unit of the Florida Forest And they are a sound Investment I
tion is the loaded pulp here because of a scarcity of it has been found to be Jut as Service several years ago. for year after year, they
truck on the way to a labor that will work in the costly as all other ways of Prior to that, land was burn return thousands upon
tiding. woods.A planting." i ed off regularly, and when the thousands of dollars to Bradford

One producer, Foster S large proportion of the The big news In pulpwood pro- fires! got out of control, as so County. I

Smith, told an audience b.the'I county's 186,000 acres Is In duction now. Smith said Is the
last week: tree farming.In Superior Tree program, which
"When you see a pulpw o fact, Smith says: utilizes for stock, trees which I Melrose NotesBy I
truck go by, Just say T h "Outside of about 1,000 acres have all or most of the desirable
goes 125,000 in annual In row crops and Improved pasture growth factors. : +x
to the county in which it and land utilized for towns There is one of the Superior Mrs. Grant Rothhammer B. Cahoon and ion, William,
rates, and most of that and cities, almost all of the Trees herein Bradford County,I Methodist Woman's of' Winston Salem, North From the Woods .
Rays In the county.' balance is In tree production." located on the Walter Mansell Societyof Carolina were !guests of Mr.
In addition to pulpwood, Most of the land in tree farm estate property on SR 18. Christian Service met In the and Mrs. John Grlner Monday. A typical stand of rood pine trees In Bradford (County. the one on the State
ford County is also a ing, Smith said, is In small parcels Smith said 100,000 of the Superior Educational Building Wednes- Mr and Mri. L Brinson of Prison property located adjacent to SIM25 In the northern nerlkm of. the--.- eounly..
!of other forest products, but three pulpwood com- Tree seedlings are avail day at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. L. W. Jacksonville, son and daugh-
ing saw logs, crossties, panies Rayonler, Contain e r able this year for the first time, Hardage led In the Church er In law of Mr. and Mrs. I
inns and poles. and St. Mary's Kraft -have through state forestry nurseries program, "Women In the W. 1. Brinson, took them to INDIAN
There Is also some considerable holdings in the In looking ahead, Smith said Church In the New Nations." call on Mr. and Mrs. C. P. I
tf turpentine, but not to any county. the time Is approaching w II. The members of the Bess Warnock In Oxford. GEMJEWELRY
tent as compared to yean The accepted planting pr a c- pine trees will be planted Tyler Circle met at the Educational Mrs. Allen Graham of Ocala
then then were turpentine tics today, he said, Is to clear just like any other row crop a' Building Tuesday at spent Wednesday night with DRUMS
ocated in many sections of the land and then plant seed- such as corn. '7:30 p.m. Dr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Hook. I
The W. M. U. Study course Mrs. Nancy Hudson spent
will begin Wednesday night the wekend with Mr. and Mrs
N+.'. 18 at Eliam Baptist Glynn Rothhammer and family -' McMORTRY I II
Church. 109 I. CALL ST.

The Woman's Club will hold Mr. and Mrs Thomas "Iu, Where You Can
a meeting Wednesday, Nov. II ftamblee and children of At- Our last home football lime pleted a 11 yard pass to Gary Get Reliable Service"LAYAWAY
a at the Club House. Luncheon lasts are vlsltng her parents, was played Nov. I) against the Cooper which secured for the
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Rothham Crescent City Rebels! It wa NOW
will be served at The
noon. Indians
a six p oln I l lead.
Hostesses will be: Mrs. V. mer and brother and slster-ln- a hard fought battle between FOR XMASAs
Y. Crawley, Mrs Fred Moody law, Mr and Mrs. Glynn Roth- both teams, but during the Bruce Moon, Hiking for Keystone Lew As SI.CO
Mrs. G. A. Godley, Mrs. R. F. hammer. They plan to make fourth quarter, Cliff Chapman, Increased the lead to sev Will Held Your Item
Simmons, Mrs. W. 0. Preston, Melrose their home. Keystone's..quarterback, com: en. Determined to win I this
if lame, our Indians guarded the
Mrs. 0. T. Robinson, and
ball closely during the last few Special !
r Mrs. John Regan. The program -
will be "Gerontology"by minutes of play, and the final
Miss Lois W. Knowles, busier sounded with Keystonethe 17 Jewel Ladles or
Asst. Dean College of nurs victors. Men's Watches As
E! ing. J. Hillis Miller Health Santa Fe t Since this was the last game Lew As $16""SELDOM
Center. our Seniors would ever play for

c The winners of Melrose Duplicate Keystone, the Beta Club saluted EQUALED
Bridge for last week Rebel Yell them by presenting a special NEVER
Include the following: Mrs dance after the game In
Roland Bryan and Mrs. R. N. their hom*. The dance was
Livingston, first place; Mrs. held In the school cafitorlum,\.- - wI
> -,." Emory Cooper and Mrs. R. P. I and Beta sponsor, M r a. Virginia
...- -- :Vogh, second place; Mrs. W. l By LINDA DIXON and GEORGE PHILLIPS Jordon, supervised the activities.
J. Grouch and Mrs. H. C. Se- Much "m 0 n kf'lnll"
Enroute to the MillPulp gur, tb'rd place: Mrs. 0. M. was dune, and at twelve, Uw I
U had hid Santa Fe'iSchool serious note slruc
Allen Jr. and Mrs. Ray Sterna you I was Senior's night was over.Our .
wood Is shown being unloaded at the L. J. Kite Pulp Wood Yard on a fourth place. trip around Spirit"the high take school you on this a Thursday night when the Bet annual staff has already/ THEATRE
siding of the SAL railroad In Starke. The big loading; mat h I In. In the back I Miss Brenda Oberman was past week you would have noticed Club Initiated their new members begun their second moneymaking -
croiMid la known locally as a "pulpwood dream." crowned a s Homecom I ng small blue and white yarn In a traditional Whee project of this year The STARKE
Queen at the Melrose-Taylor Voo Doo dolls on sale by the Ceremony. There new members selling of Indian key chains got
game Nov. 20. Her attendantswere Annual Staff. All the spirited were tapped at the first of I. off to a slow start, but much PRESENTS
Cathy Webster of the the school year and are new ,Is
Hawthorne NotesBy young Rebels seemed to receive progress now being madeLots .
senior class; Vicki) Gornto, of a great delight in sticking pinsIn well on their way to becommlng of luck students
the Junior class; and Connie "Old Betas"Last I
them hoping that the witchcraft Our Junior Varsity has done Tuai. Night Lost
King of the class.
LOTTA WADSWORTHMr. Mrs. F. W. Tyson Is In Live Mrs. G. E. O'Hara. sophomore worked Friday night. Out Saturday the FIIA s V- a good Job this year of playing Time
Dr James B. Lackey Is on the football field, the march- tended a District I meeting at fine football for
Oak with her daughter for a Mrs. Blanch Messerly Is home tome Keystone
and Mrs. W. A. Carlton [ home after six weeks spent In bug Rebel Band planned i Pawn High School! In Jackson oIII. Also Soft
pre- the
from Junior
Jr. and Mrs. D. A. Lenta spent week while Mr. Tyson Is on a and Is the with University her Hospital Berkeley, California. On his game; show honoring the senors. .. Participating In this .11 I I Cheerleaders have. devoted Varsity end
Thursday In Jacksonville on hunting trip. Leo Hint daughter Mrs way home he stopped In Jackson What did all this mean? day session were JO girls! They much time and effort to their John Weyne |I"
business and pleasure.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Tuten had MI..., and his cousin Miss That football season was coming enjoyed a fashion show and fine "MeLINTOCKI"WIO. !
William Chadwick from lunch with Mr. and Mrs. Char- Friends of Mri. A. E. Evans Elizabeth Kethley accompanied to an end and luncheon. Jobs. Both squads deserve a
Atlanta, Ga. Is the guest of Mr. lie Smith on Friday, in the afternoon are sorry to hear of the death him home. wanted to demonstrate everyone eniber- Also Saturday, the Para-med special salute on a Job well
and Mrs. G. E. Cay for part of' they went to Mlcanopy of her brother John Haymans. I Mrs. Ruth Williams, of ant school spirit on that fateful club members went to. DU- done. i. fr THURS.
the hunting season 'to visit Mrs. Smith's father Mr. Mr. John Taylor, Mrs. James Conn., Miss Katherine Richards night. tries meeting at the Civic Auditorium An students of science classes Alfred Hltcheeck'i
W. W. Geiger. Lively, Mr. Joe McMeekln I and Mrs. Frances Ben- At 7.01 the crowd began to to Jacksonville., They are required to have projects "MARNIE" ,
Mrs. F. D. Williams, Mrs. G.' Mr. Kyle Rlddaught and Mr. F. ,lamlne, of Hlngham, Mass, gather. Santa Fe played host to too participated in an all clay again this year An over
'VARNESGAS E. Gay, Mrs. C. F Morrison D. Williams attended a meeting and Mrs. Bob Peck of Sandy the P.K. Yong. Blue Waves. Accompanying affair. campus, students can be seen
and Mrs. P. A. WhItehead were of the Riverside Lion Club In Hook. Conn., were recntl I their football team The Senior boys In PTA have with t bewildered>> looks on their HI. fr SATURDAY
SERVICE in Jacksonville Friday on a Jacksonville Tuesday night. !guests of Mr and Mrs. and fans was the P,K. Y e age been working diligently on their fares, reading ever their project "Island of The
business and shopping trip. Mr, and Mrs. Kite from Miami Simmons. This brought a great' deal State Farmer Degree appU c a- sheet" Last year we were Blue Dolphins"
224 N. Temple Ave. Mrs. Ivs Dodd from Orlando,I and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin ..." and Mrs. R. M. Cason of enjoyment for now there lions. This Is an award that t real proud of our Freshman PUe
Sto rke. FI,. and daughter Mrs. Nad In e Evans, from Valdosta, were the spent week at the home of were two fine bands performing P7A members receive after Terry King, who made honorable "At War With The
Deeds from Orange Park visited week end guests of Mrs. A. E. their .. -Jn.Ia. and dal h- lit halftlme. The Marching Reb-!> they have completed tera.la I mention In the Regional
Complete Line Of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hel- Evans. They cam. to attend the ter, Mr and Mrs. Cecil L. I Band added some spice when requirements. The Santa F eChapter Science Fait After talking to With Army"
mlntoHer Thursday.Mrs. funeral of Mr. John Haymans Harris at Welarj.Mi !they displayed a Latin American -j, will have ten appll I Terry this week, he has as end Dee Jerry Martin Lewie +
APPLIANCESRANGES I R. H. HelmlntoIIer and In Orange Heights Sunday. Others *. Pat Gllsson and daughter and precision drill cart cants. No other chapter m the eared us that this year he win
Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth attendedthe I from here attending the funeral Melanie, left Thursday for InaUon.. halftime ahow. state has had thli many_ make an even better showing j i
were Mrs A. L. Jackson,
meeting of the Alas II a a Mrs. G. E. Gay Mrs. Luctle their home In Falls Church, than he did lent year, I
REFRIGERATORS County Federation of W o man's Dunn Mrs. Helen Mlddletea, Va., after visiting Mr. aid
WATER HEATERS Clubs ta Melrose on Wednesday Mrs. F. W. Webb, Mrs. Preston Mrs. B. E. Kelley and other I
WALL HEATERS Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Smith Beckham and Mr. Wesley. relatives.Dr. FOR YOUR HOLIDAY
and children Louise Richard I Brown. and Mrs. Cecil R. Hook
and Marilyn from Snannahl attended the State Chiropractic
The Hazel Circle of
Surrency MAKE
. are weekend guests STALLING'S CORNER
Dearborn Heaters the Convention ta Cocoa Beach
mother Mrs. Smith. Methodist WAG. met at the
I home of Mrs. HL H. recently. t
ITU Surrency
grass Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones YOUR HEADQUARTERS!
ITU on Monday night Chalrm a a Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reynoldsand
40.000 have
Te from Jacksonville who
Mrs. Annie Jackson presided Mr. and Mrs. W. a Allen
recently bought a place to: Meeting opened with a prayer visited Miss Ana Bowen la
WE GIVE Johnson attended the Methodist': by Mrs. Don Keyes. Mrs. Jackson Orlando last weekend. ANTIQUE
Church here Thursday M Row
supper thanked the member; for Mrs. Elizabeth Holland of
S&HGreen night Mr. and Mrs. J. T Carl
ton Sr. Mrs. Josie Arnow and helping with the turkey supper Norfolk. Va., la visiting her
StampsSEE Mrs. Lotta Wadswortb went to Christmas party was discussed brother and sister ta law, a6 86'
It was decided to have a covered Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brttton
Madison Sunday a
birthday dinner given for their dish supper en Dee. U at Mrs. T W. BuddlngtMi, Mrs. Arnold Award 5.20
US TODAY FOR THE I JO p.m. Members of other circles Purl LM and Mrs. Lob Oliver I 4495TH sir
sister, Mrs. Marie Wadsworth.Mrs. Leo M. 'agle, St. Petersburg mortgage broker
will be tevlted. Helen Mid- I
LEST IN GAS SERVICE Phd Lewis, from Bar- of MiddJeburg and Mr, W. (left), receive the Fred B. Arnold Achievement
APPLIANCES. several days this dleton gave a beautiful Thanksgiving Award from the Gainesville yes, old t6N 3 for
AND tow spent devotionaL Others realter and ...1....
week with bet pll'tlltaJoft. and were Mrs. Fannie Johnson.presant New York man for whom the award .to named, Fred Arnold. "
Mrs Etta Johnson Mrs. Frances The award given for outstanding achievement" In 31oR12g s1365ei
Stephens, Mrs. Ella Gay. To Miami the State Mortgage Broken AjwxUtlon wan pre
Just 3 Minutes From Starke! Mrs Eva Mae McMeekin and aenled at the rroa,', meat elate convention la Ft. .
i iI Landerdale. Arnold In nrealdent .f the __
.r*. Betty Surrency. The hostess Air Shuttle faUOII. EARLYTIMES
YOUR CANDY AND GIFT served rcfreshmtiits. Philadelphia

Hubert and Mrs. Diane Q.ert
Story hotel magnate Morris Lass
GAINESVILLE and JACKSONVILLE II Story visited during the week'I burgh Is baying two airliners ala EARLY a Yrs. Ky.
SPECIAL XMAS GIFT PACKAGES end with their parents Mr, and cost ef II mdUon. to shuttle old --- Bourbon
Mrs. G. E. O'Hara. nests bark and forth from NewPort MAKE
Anywhere in the WorW Williams a6
"Wt Ship JewelryIn it
Mrs. and Mrs. Jlmmle Thomas to his seven Miami Beach
from Lai. City and Mr., eeeaofroDt .isolate.Lansburgh $510
and Mrs. Basil Rountree f r** reported that STARKE Your Gift 1 539 STH
8t c elfS Orange Heights vlstted ')(n.I Douglas aircraft h scheduled sodeuver Headquarters for Fine 'lco
I Emma Martin bda). the twe Dd jam hi December. Diamond Watches Rings 0 4 fee 10 3 FOR 13.65
Mr. and Mrs Lavauga Baker He sad that (be FJor
FLORIDA daughters Treva and Judy Ida trip SMrkage.nued trip Costume Jewelry end many other
STARKE i and mother Mrs. MjrrOce Bak alder IndOng and entrrta items for Ladies and Gentlemen STALLING'S CORNER
2 Mile North p IT, of Cilbaa toe. were Sunday mrnt-*(0 offered ray .. re-
.f Shake U. S. JOI H. II routs of Rev. and Mrs. Doe \\iPJUI. f r sit real and chit CALL ST. PH. 9644311 U. S. N. 101 PH. 44M44I

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Gainesville... Monday, kovemmr 2J, h 4

I ((! Jackie Once Felt She Might Have Saved Husband I

: WASHINGTON (AP) In the counsel of the Warren Commission ly, wife of Gov. John B. Connal- there was a noise, but It didn't thing Mrs. Kennedy: the transcript and then the second shot would
anguished aftermath of the assassination J. Lee Rankin. The then ly of Texas," said 'We will I not have hit him
soon seem like any different noise "And then he sort of did this "I don't remember anything. Rankin: "Do you have any
President John F Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedywas be there.' We could see a tunnelIn really because there Is so much (indicating), put his hand to his I was Just down like that. recollection of whether there "But I heard Gov: Connally
Kennidy'i young widow was presentThe front of us. Everything was noise, motorcycles and things forehead and fell in my lap. were one or more shots?" yelling and that made me turn
deeply troubled for I time by i testimony was Included In really slow then. And I remem- But then suddenly Cov. Conally "And finally I remember a "Well there around, and as I turned to the
thought that she might have the volumes of evidence on bered thinking It would be so was yelling, 'Oh, no, no, no!' "And then I Just remember voice behind me, or something, Mra. Kennedy been two: because, the right my husband was doing
saved him. which the Warren Commission cool under that tunnel." : Rankin: "Did he turn toward falling on and saying, 'Oh, and then I remember the people must have this (Indicating with( hand at
It occurred to her that if the made its report Sept. 27. Someof The car moved toward the you?" no, no, no1! I mean, 'Oh my In the front seat, or somebody, one that made me turn aroundwas Andit neck). He was receiving a bul
had happened to be looking at these volumes have just become overpass Mrs. Kennedy: God, they have shot my hue finally knew something was Gov. Connally yelling. let. And those are !the only two I
her husband when the assassin available to The Associated "That Is when she (Mrs. Con-I "No; I was looking this way, band. And 'I love you, Jack,' I wrong, and a voice yelling used to confuse me because 'remember
opened fire, she might have press. nally) said to President Kennedy -to the left, and I heard these remember I was shouting. And which must have been Mr. Hill first I remembered there were "And I read there was a third
been able to pull him down out While several witnesses have 'You certainly can't say that' terrible noises, you know. And just being down in the car with "Get to the hospital!' or maybeit three and I used to think sound my 'shot But I don't know. Just
of the path of the fatal bullet spoken of Mrs. Kennedy'i remarkable -the people of Dallas haven't given my husband never made any his head In my lap. And it Just was Mr. Kellerman (Roy H husband didn't make any
And Gov. those two.
He was hit twice, the second self-control during the you a nice welcome. sound. So I turned to the right seemed an eternity. Kellerman Secret Service agent when he was shot. I
bullet taking his We. tragic Nov. 22 In Dalits, her "I think he said I don't and all I remember la seeing "You know, there were pic- who was riding next to the driver Connally screamed. "And I was down In the car
Evidently she finally reachedthe testimony disclosed how deeplyshe know If I remember It or If I my husband, he had this sort of tures later on of me climbingout ), In the front seat. But some "And then I read the other I and everyone was yelling to
conclusion that this might- was shocked. She sild, for have read it 'No, you certain quizzical look on his face, and the back. But I don't re one yelling I was just down and day that It was the same shot.get to the hospital and you could
have-been could not really have example, the has no recollection ly can'tor something. And you his hand was up, It must have member that at all." holding him." that hit them both. But I used hear them on the radio, and
happened, because In telling the of crawling toward the back of know then' (ipe car was very been his left hand. And Just as I Rankin: "Do you rememberMr. At this point in the transcript to think if I only had been look. then suddenly I remembered a
Warren Commission about II the presidential automobile, as slew and then weren't very turned and looked at him, 1 I Hill (Secret Service agent appear the words "reference to log to the right I would have sensation of enormous speed,
she employed the past tense "I pictures show her doing. ms'ny people around could see a piece of his skull Clinton J. Hill) coming to try wounds deleted This Is one of seen the first shot hit him, thenI which must" have been when wi
used to think." Essential portions of Mrs. "You know, there Is always and I remember It was flesh to help you on the cart"Lady the very few omissions noted In could have pulled him downto took off.
Mrs. Kennedy gave her testimony Kennedy's statement, after she noise In a motorcade and there ,colored. I remember thinking he
June 8 at what was then described the beginning of the are always motorcycle besideus just looked as if he had a slight
her Georgetown home to Chief motorcade !In Dallas: a lot of them backfiring. So I headache, and I Just remember
Justice Earl Warren and the Mrs. Kennedy: "Mrs. Connal- was looking to the left I guess seeing that No blood or any. Bird's Impressions I

I WASHINGTON (AP-) For Youngblood, I believe It was,' face with Jackie In a small oath of' office."
,rIARKtT -T- hall. I think It was right outsidethe "We' all sat around the plane.
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, the I vaulted over the front seat on
I 'REVIEW" UPOIT .., ,most poignant moment of the I top of Lyndon, threw him to the, operating room. You always We had at first been ushered
A .. d day John F. Kennedy was assassinated :loor and said, 'Get down' think of her or someone like Into the main private presidential
came when she saw Sen. Yarborough and I her as being Insulated, protected cabin on the plane but
Mrs. Kennedy-"that Immaculate lucked our heads. The car accelerated ; she was quite alone. I Lyndon quickly said, 'No, no,'
woman" in a stained dress terrlflclally fast don't think I ever saw anyone and Immediately led us out of
with her gloves caked with her faster and faster. Then suddenly so much alone in my life. 1 there; wi felt that II'where
Discount Late MorningN. STOCK FLASHES husband's blood. they put on the brakes so hard went up to her, put my arms Mrs. Kennedy should be. The
I I The new First Lady said to that I wondered if they were around her and said something casket was In the hall. I went into
Listing MARKET Jacqueline Kennedy, "You going to make it as we wheeledleft 'a her. I'm sure it was some- see Mrs. Kennedy and,
Rate Hiked know we never even wanted tobe and went around the corner thing like 'God, help us all. though It was a very hard thingto
AllisChal 22'" IntPap 34% NEW YORK (AP) The I. boosted also, thus dampening vice president now, dear We pulled up to a building. I because my feelings for her do, she made It as easy as
Alcoa 83% Jonesll 73 stock market declined today the market and the economy God, it's come to this" looked up and saw It said 'Hos were too tumultuous to put Into possible.
'- In Britain AmAir 47* KalsAI 30% amid fear of tighter money.I Rails were off fairly sharply.The Mrs. Johnson, soon after the pital.! Only then did I believe words "She said things like, 'Oh,
AmCan 43 Llg&My B6V4AmCyan Trading was fairly active. postponement of the railroad tragedy, dictated her impressions that this might be what It was "And' then I went In to see Lady Bird It's good we've always
LONDON (AP) The Bankof 67H Loch'd J7H The raising of the British strike deadline was regard Into a tape recorder "pri Yarborough kept on saying In Nellie. ... I hugged her tight liked you two so much.
England discount rate was AMMOT 14% Lorlllard 4SH bank rate to 7 per cent from 5 ed as less of a boon than a reprieve ,: manly as a form therapy an excited voice, 'Have they ind we both cried and I said, She said, 'Oh, what if I had not
raised today ,from I to 7 per AT&T (7% Mag'vox EVi per cent brought concern thatU. some Wall Streeters to help me over the shock and shot the president?' I said 'Nellie, it's going to be all been there? I'm so glad I was
cent.The'. AmTob 3S'/4 MM&M 59% S. Interest rates would be having hoped for a settlement.' horror." something like, 'No; It can't right. And Nellie said, 'Yes, there.'
AmpxCp 15'/ Mohasco 14% The result was that When the presidential commission be'," John's going to be all right'"Then "I looked at her. Mrs. Kenne-
action was taken to help Anaconda 55% Mona'to 85% some headed by Chief Justice The occupants of the vice I turned and went back dy's dress was stained with
turn the tide of Britain's trade Armour 55H' MontWd 41U County Official leading rails took sharp losses Earl Warren began Its Investigation presidential car got out to the small white room when blood. Her right glove was

deficit' which the government ACL 74 NatOair 14''; Ford responded with a fractional the First Lady sent the "I cast one last look over my Lyndon was." Malcolm Kllduff, caked: that Immaculate woman -
says may reach 100 million Babcock MH NatDist M'*" gain to the news that commission a transcript of what shoulder and saw In the presi assistant presidential press secretary It was caked with blood,
pounds $2.21 billion this BelhSU 37 N.AmAv Wk Named To State walkouts at the company had she had dictated. This was In- dent's car, a bundle of pink, Just and Kenney O'Donnellwere her husband's blood. She always
year. The higher Interest rate Boeing 665/. Penney 70U been settled. Other stocks In the cluded with the detailed test! like a drift of blossoms, lying on coming and going "I thinkit wore gloves like she was used to
,' will attract foreign money to Borden 78H PRR 42% Mental PanelJ. auto group were unchanged to mony nut Immediately published the back Beet I think it was was Kenny's face and Ken them. I never could. Somehow
., Britain Brunswk tVt PepColi NVi lower. when the commission's Mrs. Kennedy lying over the ny's voice that I first heard the that was one of the most poignant -

:1 A spokesman lot the bank CaterTr 89V4' PhllMor 71 Sidney Martin, Hawthorne Oils, airlines, tobaccos, buildIng report was issued Sept 27. A president's body." words, 'The president Is dead.' sights, exquisitely dressed
said the change was made "pri Celanese 74H' PhlllPet MH businessman and member of materials and drugs declin- copy of the transcript now has The Johnson went Into the "Mr.' Kilduff entered and said and caked In blood. I asked her
marily to strengthen the International Chrysler 57'*" RCA 33% the Alachua Commission been obtained by The Associated hospital. People came and went to Lyndon, 'M!"- President.' If I couldn't get someone to help
position of sterling," CocaCola 137'% RepSU 44% County ed.The Associated Press Press. I "Through it all. Lyndon was The Johnsons went to the air her change, and she said, 'Oh,
has been aver '
which has been under severe ComEd 54% Revlon 3951 named by Cov. of 60 stocks Mrs. Johnson and the then remarkably Cllm'nd quiet. port"I no. Perhaps later I'll ask Mary
attack In world currency markets ConEdls 93H ReyTob 41V Farris Bryant to the Advisory down age .8 at 3311 at with noon Industrials was vice president rode two cars behind Every face that came In, you looked up at a building and Gallagher,' a secretary, :but not
.. ContCan 52H StRegP 31% Committee on Mental Retardation the presidential automo' searched for the answers you I there already was a flag at half- right now.'
DowChe 79 Sears 133 Planning. utilities off .7, rails down 12 and bile. Her account said: must know. I think the face 1 I staff. I think that Is when the ""She said a lot of other things,
The announcement said Chan DuPont 229% Sinclair 55% Martin also Is president of up .1. "We were rounding a curve, kept seeing on was the face of ,enormity of what had happened like, 'What If I had not been
cellor of the Exchequer James EAL 40',4 Socony 89% the Alachua County Men t a I The Dow Jones Industrial average going down a hill, and suddenly Kenny O'Donnell, who loved 'first! struck me." there? Oh, I'm so glad I was
Callaghan ,will make a statement Kodak 144 SouthnC IHi Health Assn. at noon was off 2.39 at there was a sharp loud report -. him so much. Arrangements were made for there,' and a lot of other things
on the raising of the discount Firestone 44 Sperry 14% The 888.33. a shot. It seemed to me to come "It was Lyndon as usual who Johnson to take the oath of office that made It much easier for us
rate this afternoon In the FlaPw 4D'/4 SlBrand I1H' advisory panel works A loss of nearly 2 points by from the right, above my thought of It first, although I I ai president. "I tried to express something
with William
House of Commons. FlaP&t. StONJ Mapoles, directorof shoulder, from a building. Thena wasn't going to leave without 'Mrs.' Kennedy had arrived
S3% (2% the state Sunland Du Pont dragged at the aver- of how wi felt. I said, 'Oh, Mrs.
Training moment and then two more It. He said 'You bad better this time and the coffin and
Callaghan's statement, i I Ford 58', Studebak 6HFrm'tDs Centers division In Tallahassee ages. doing by Kennedy, you know we never
treasury spokesman said, "doe 13% Swift 55 One of the state's five Sunland I Prices were mixed in moderate shots In rapid succession. There try to see If you can see Jac there In the very narrow confines even wanted to be vice president
had been such air that I kie and Nellie'' wife of Gov of the with Jackie
not foreshadow other FruehTr 32% Texaco 9114OenOyn a gala plane on
any measures. centers Is In Gainesville. trading on the American and now, dear God, It'scome
." 26%- Thlokol 12% Stock Exchange. thought It must be firecrackers John B. Connally of Texas, who his left with her hair falling in to this."
GenEl 80% ITCarb 129% Bryant said the state Is tryIng or some sort of celebration. was seriously wounded- "We her face, but very composed,
The rise Is the highest since CenMllts 411% UnltAlrc M% to develop a greater awareness V. S. government bonds sag Then, in the lead car, the Secret didn't know what had happened and then Lyndon, and I was on
July 25, 1001, when Conservative I GenMtrs 97' UnFrult 1IH of the problems of mental ged In reaction to news of the Service men were suddenly! to John. I asked the Secret his right 1 Judge "Sarah" See Page 7
Chancellor of the Exchequer Goodrich (1V4 USStwl 54% retardation, and design a boost in the British bank rate. down. Service men If I could be takento Hughes with the Bible! h frontof Important Announctmtnt
Selwyn Lloyd Instituted a periodof Goodyr 48V4 VnlvMit 14% program to combat and eventually Corporate. bonds declined simi "I heard over the radio system them. They began to lead me her and a cluster of Secret About Your Futun From
austerity In an effort to halt Grhnd 23% WesfcEl 44% eliminate retardation, larly. Trading was moderateand 'Let's get out of here,' and up one corridor back stain, Service people and the con DALE
another payments crisis. GulfOil 62 WlnnDti 39% He asked Martin to take an mostly In the hands of pro our Secret Service man who and down another, gressmen we !had known for a CARNEGIE
active roll in the work. fessionals. with Rut Rufus) I found face time took the
The basic cause of the finarvda IntHarv 88% Woolwtli 30% was us, ( "Suddenly myself long Lyndon
.InlNlrW.... ...? -
difficulties I Is that Britain Is -
spending more abroad than she
*;? Is selling and .the deficit Is Nice' Thieves

growing.The .
new Labor government
Loot Home
Instituted a U per cent surcharge -
on all Imports except
fond and raw materials earlier Of $31,000MIAMI
this month In an effort to reverse -
the trend. (APThree hooded
This brought the regime Into but "very gentlemanly" gunmen -
conflict with most of Britain's I bound two young boys and
suppliers, especially her partners a babysitter and looted I Miami
In the seven.nation European ayslde house of 131,000. They Rkawaloft'
Free Trade Association also stole the family car and

EFTA. escaped, police said.
The Bank of England discountrate
la the Interest rate that I The loot from the Home of "4 1'vswe'.v'va .h 4. ..oh A 1.- e? r w1r

borrowers throughout,: the nation Elwln U Phillips In Coconut '
mint pay on loans, mortgages Grove Included $14.500 In cash
and the like. and a $2,790 platinum diamond
The first danger sign of weak. watch, police reported
ness of sterling came on Friday
Wearing Navy caps over their
when the )pound declined to r
$.78V4, the lowest level In eight heads with sills cut for thcolrIY'
., the robbers tied James,
and the
years floor at which the
Bank of England must step In 10, and Thomas, 13 and the !! ayr -'

and buy to prevent the pound babysitter Delphine Oliver, 24.
going lower. Phillips had gone out with his!
The pound nacted sharply to wife and :20-year-old son for the i .

the raising of the discount rate evening.
and rose five-eighths of a cent
Two stood guard while the
to $2.78%.
third ransacked the home In 30
The drop of the pound was a to 43 minutes early Sunday. .7 .
sure sign that foreigners were
getting rid of pounds became James pointed at the gun ol
they feared they would be de one of the robbers and said, "I 1 E
valued. don't think that's a real gun. I 4A
think it's a toy." The gunman

Four Kniiicouls patted Mi weapon and said

"U'. the real thing, boy. It's +
the real thing" 41
Arc StolenFour After returning home, Phillip ,faM"

said the thieves "were very
raincoats valued at SIlO gentlemanly robbers apparent MN
were reported stolen Sunday -
ly. They wanted to mike sure Y.
from Saul Fruchtman, of the boys were comfortable." .
1108 NW 1st PI The car was 4f
parked at the Fruchtman home
He la a ...Ieaman.ThomalBurford. Find 'VomanI1mllf

ItO! NW 2nd
Ave., told Gainesville police Beaten
Sunday a new white top valuedat Have you priced a tiger lately?
$50, was stolen from his Alachua County Deputy Sheriff -
sports car, parked overnight a t Walter Coleman. !today ei
his house pected question a w e m a a2nd Take the 6TO for Instance. The greatest tiger of them all Even real tigers cower when this baby speaks. It loads 335 horses under that hood.

Melodle Dittman 1211 SW I who appeared, severely beaten Plus bucket seats. Carpeting. Real walnut dash. And like that Yet it sells for toss than a tot of pussycats w.th Imitation stripes. And of course sat'Track
Ave., reported at 1:35: a m. Sunday at a northeast Gainesville borne the GTO'a optional 360-hp engine puts It so far out in front of the pack that it gets kind of lonesome. Then that's the Le Mans. SaT kind of Quick I Tigers

two panes" containing money early yeaterday. pizzazZ. Same kind of crackle. Only with slightly smaller teeth. But don't worry. It can still handle the pussycats. So quKk go price tiger) Pontiac Lf Mans & GTO
and personal effects were, The woman's condition was

taken from two cars, parked I too poor to permit questioning We're building Wide Tracks again! See them an'! at your authorized Pontiac dealer now!
near the Gainesville Drive I n I until today. ,

Theater en Hawthorne Read She appeared shortly alter .\ TROPICAL PONTIAC INC.
AIM taken was the wallet M I midnight at a bone ea NE 43rd -p. ,
Thomas V. Brawn ITS SW 2nc ITer.. beaten and with her clothIng 220
Ave. The theft occurred from a torn partly 'away. She la a
II to 11:11I: p.m. Negro

: -r

TUB COUNTY JUBOIf COURT Monday. November n. l964CeIos.svilleSss,, 17
.. -
IN RBI Bittlt ALACHUA of COUNTY 2 Injured pi. Storms Pile I -- -- --

MACK C. HILL. J*. | and Human
IS500.4 /

NotCH H runny givon ....t VICTOR
IA FLOYD, tt Aommntrilrl gt ....
IitKt tf MACK C. HILL' Jr. tfttnM .. 23rd Blvd.
tin MM nor ""It.. for hell (I.. Great Lakes By CYNTHU LOWRYAP had known. Cen. Maxwell t).
Cures, .... thll Hit will iMIy to IKHONORA1LI
H. H. MCDONALD CmPUrldo .. i. the SUN I i Television-Radio Writer Taylor was so affected by his
ty Juagt ol Alocnuo' CDtcombor ..."' on Rough road and wet pavement THE NEW recollections
I. I.... foromo .........1 01 II.. ( ) Special wept open.
blamed by the Ala.
aol for tint "'>Chi," 01 Admin were Clearing skits promised relief commemorative programs on ly before the cameras.
1..1. of Isle oot... of MaCIC C. Hill':; chua County Sherltri office for
.Jr.. ...." '. GENERAL HOSPITAL tawld Wllktr' _,,,. today to the the first anniversary of John F.Kennedy's As they talked. motion pictureand
:ICTOIlIA lLOYDMmmnh.latIo an accident this weekend in Angus! cow, 4:10: a.m. today .1 I .. JtnnMw UlD eastern edge of the
W_........ 00151050 unknown mdriwi death were important still
.... were
of lilt of which two were InJur. November 20. 14 allies north of High Springs on vl1ld ikomo US.M Great Lakes region where
Mock C. Hill. Jr. d.c..wdPlctwj persons BIRTHS 3R 25. ..c: dlipowd ol: Conortvg C Colimoy. segments in all network showing an active man who
P. WAste ed. 1olo1_ M *l_ I 05571.15010 weekend storms dumped up to television schedules Sunday. loved the outdoors the
for *AdmMlitritrl his
Attomoy sea,
Mr. and Mrs. Addison Har Charles Carvel Mathis m K. tO. A 11C1105. so
I louthont Pint ItnotClInMvlllt .0114 4550575 := 111.11; "l:.. 44105, three feet of Without exception they were children and life.
flurries enjoyed
The anow. Only
Flirldtivat accident occured on Glen dee, 228-D Flavet III. a boy;;: 115 SE 2nd St., one car accident _..._. 0.911104511.7..
n 11,14i u. II Springs Road (NW 23rd Blvd.) Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Carrie %'1t miles west of Gainesville -$0044101 LIt C. Joek.... loll were predicted for today. put together with reverent The unpretentious ABC ap-
NW ... hands.
AOINOAoorg $11 A. Vlolt'lOo of 4,10070 11
ol AtluilmonfUtmtlM at a sharp curve where the 1225 NE 7th Ave. a boy;;: on dirt road north of SR contg ,....k'..... 12.1 or II tl .... Dry weather prevailed proach seemed to this viewer
_._ Ctotor now I. LoCour ill NW irth it, ipm NBC's m.molr.CtJohn T- Kennedy the most
road bends northwestward to Mr. and Mrs. Eusebio Olavar 24 rewarding for it
W OtallIstol SIN A_ near Interstate 75. .... Ill or II days Fnilon J. Pllmonko throughout most of the rest of "
,......,, Doc__ 1 IM44.It P M. junction with North West 34th rla, %76-. C/rry Vill,, a boy. Ulysses Robinson, Box 292 OI.. iptodlng. all or I doyl lol use nation Remembered, was a showed the qualities _. wit,
I. A rtqooit oy Aunt e. HIll to con. lIe B. RoMy I..> IB lllh A.... Mipnpor except In the Pacific thoughtful slow-moving and
itrvct on oddltlon M 5 gunning wim tfIntorlor : Street and 39th Avenue. ADMITTEDMrs. Alachua, 7:30: am. Sunday two grwori 'Kioto fag or I Myi.loMord .Northwest Snow continued to style and grace thai gave his
Mot yon vorlonco from II'I Mildred Hardc William M. Rllion Sos Itm. pouodUeoptd Impressive hour. At the outset short administration its special
east of Alachua on dirt ......
loot to 0 tittlnonPla Itctitfl ichool pin. m or 14 Dot accumulate in the mountains
IM1: (II ol Ino Ctlnoivlllo Can: Efstathllos Peter Carlos, 23, Cooter, Mrs. Mar jonc S road. Robinson cited for failure Old Rllty, nil NS llth $I., ton there the narrator Invited us to return luster, especially In retrospect
ot Ordlnoneoi ll Mt Nortlwitt Mil rod light. IroHIc Khool ond lit CwtlOHvor and rain drenched lower that
I and Bonnie Carlos 21 both Miami along the route carried the
A_. Carrie, Mrs. Maura Olavarrla,I to have vehicle under control. tOss IJII IB rth A.... m solId altitudes CBS which had a memorial
S. roounl oy John Molt tt cmtrucl I were treated and released all of Gainesville: Mrs. Laura I driver1 lie....., Ill or II d.... Cape Blanco Ore., assassinated president from the hour
William devoted
I.. O'Brien Rt. I .. _... earlier a morning
0 grlvo-ln mtturonl with g iMnlmmrlot Jock M .11. How pg VKWdrlvor had 1 4 Indies of
trot vorlonco Irom 1.000 muon tttiIt 'I: at the University Medical Downing, Trenton; Mrs. Shirley I Hawthorne Marvin Shaw, 3809 *! .k..... IN or I diyii ipnd'ing rain Sunday Capitol building! to Arlington hour to exerpla from a nim-

lot .atom..21 nutrt vor,...loot. (ram ong o loo ntmimmr tot ttl : Center for injuries. Kim Parker, Day, Cross City; Henry Bnl-- NW 3rd Ave., and Willie Adams. lit,J.Irottlc WoI<_ichool 114 Old NB IN lllh coolS It, llloN Chtr. afternoon and evening.In Cemetery a year ago. try of events a year ago that

44' .I(tl ml ol till Hi l Bllnoivlllt a*.I nno Cods, SeCtion ol Oral It.. .10. of 1122 E. Panhellemc! Dr.. ton, Melrose; Mrs. Bernice Wor--801 NW 29th Place at 4:27p '11 or III I SOsIlIlISlIOld doyi. Blllth p01500 Wllllomi Ie Jr d.v.. ,IJItth the East t, Ja inches of snow As the camera moved alowly carried the president from DaI-

........ on .... Normtiil corntr tSoulnwnt .< and Deno Laizo, 22, of 4 NEbt ley Hawthorne; Sharon Hill I ,I .m. Saturday W. t'nivers I 11 y N' It. .. Mild drlvor "'..... was reported over the weekend1 along empty city itreets to the las to Arlington In four days.

Stnott 4HI Avonug slId ooultinnlSth Ave., were riding in the car. Archer. Ave. at 13th St. ug com.Ooorgt. _.... MIe_". .101.'... ot at Tug Hill, N.Y.. and si much I I recorded sounds of the muffled

A roquoil ty Mn. PJIchirdwn tori DISCHARGED .,'v.. I Iktnio roitrlclioni. IN or I .... drums In the Kennedy funeral
ooclol' ......11.. to ...... o child' con Deputies said Carlos was driving Roger Waldo Williams, 4306 Cools W'....,. Mlconopy, obtlrucllng hwh'ty. as two feet of snow piled up In I Recommended tonight: 'Slat-
ctnltr In .. P..I ..... Itctlon "'-31 III) Thretha Murray William I SW Archer Rd., and LInda a y .' IN or I dtyk J. w. loIS., HO other spots on the eastern and cortege, it paused at places ery's People," CBS, 10-11, EST,
of tno Golnttvlllo Cod. of OrtflntncnIt high the rough area, lost Oliver SI PAl T.... dlwMvrt itop lign trtfOttiM where had
Dyess Ray Daniel Big- spoken drama
m louttwMt lit Av..... xjrenzo Brown 830 NE 22nd 14 5010000 sod lit 01010. southern shores of Lake Erie i involving a corrupt
4. A roquoit by Don Hobble for 4 .... control. skidded and turned ler, Fred Simpson Sandra Jordan -Terr. 3ts: .m. Saturday at W. Boll. PMohunl Trtllor Plrk, and Lake Ontario. and, once again, we heard him obbylst.
More than
Clll ..CII'.' omtnd on oporovMraup The in nprtpor "' IN or I toy" IMohm L
hauling ore ltd hi on UP oMP over. car came to rest Mrs. Glorida Brannlng and I SE 3rd Ave. and 15th St. Brown Chlhmod, m Orghom Hill lollurg to 200 motorists were stranded speak-mostly Informally.The .
I nnod trot. Mellon "'-11 ol tin the middle of the road. baby boy Mrs. Joyce Jon e i I 51514 right 01w'Y.. IN or I dtyo, Don camera work, much of It I- "SCHOOLS OUT"MATINII
Ollnoiyllll COM of 0'011....... onraptrty cited for failure to yield right CourMoy Rt. .. _"... Iritllg Khooltnd Saturday In western New York I
IOCIINI louthont of tno InIwiKtltn and baby girl, Mrs. Ann Shepherd of IN ...... Irono J. Dtvli.' ISO N made at night with Infrared OHSTA&I
The accident investigation report way. and
of Northoott 4111 Itnot MMNontnMil Molnj It.. _._ ol trlvK-l Hcomo toilrktoni. two women were killed film AND. SCMINP.IDAY
IdOl Avonuo.I notes: and baby girl, Mrs. Madeline William Flllya 1X8: NE Sth trtttlc tchtol. there In weather-connected was magnificent So was
A roouoil by ..Iph A. Icrtftord te Yount, Mrs. Sandra Mor- WItliDon J. OIYI. DIll .1 SIll A... the portrait of the thoughtful 19 AM
contract Iwtlvt. unit totrtmont bullg. Ave., and Helen V. Rowley. 1716 _... lit or 5 15111. tIsoll C. Ill- highway accidents.Southwesterly I CIT YOUR FRI!
log with g minimum lot width vorl.... "There have been several ton and baby boy. Betty Jones, NE 15th Terr., 1:38: Saturday -ColdS, n NW 10th Aol lOMCUng III ,civilized man that emerged.At TICK IT ATJ.
from 100 hut to III loot In in P..l wrecks this in recent p.m. or t do,.. Chorllo 1.. Illli IrtnkwtMing the
loot loctlon "14 III of tho Gtlnoi-' on curve Ernest Samuel, Ernest WadeD,I NE Ith St and Sth Ave. UI or II ...... tylvoitor' I Itlll breezes raised same hour ABC c. PINP4tY'Sexilosivel

vlllo COM ol OnKnuKtt gt IIIJ-ISi years due to the extreme roughness Samuel Moore Correen Collins I Helen Rowley cited for following ...11<...... 505055157 SIloS. 1,1111 0010.04 temperatures to near normal presented an Infinitely more
_. .
Nontnvtit Ith A lid OIl coin.P.otrt
4, A nourat by M L. Show for g ipcltl of the road." I Monroe Williams Martha I too M. Oon..,. till Nl lllhlillun It. the middle of the United States personAl!, Informal portrait of
tucoptltn tt tocili ...... hout.Ing. Adams Mrs. Miriam Stewart closely.DWI ft yltid right, M wty. frtrntol John F. Kennedy.
loctltn ff-ll ol Ihg GtintivllHCtdt In an unrelated accident, Pep Mtrvm J. Orlrlll. *l. I. tottdmg after two very chilly nights.
Ordl._... It P. I A number of people who knew
ot on proporly to- Mrs. Linda Baireuther. III or '.y. W. Mclotd-
u'" on tho Norm lid.'St loulhwoillllh Paula Landsman, 824 NW tilth I Willie Hughes, 740 NW SthSt. ..... m N''* tut LOM, rockhm drng. ''W- Temperature early this
Awnut Itself irg fool Wool olloultiooil November tl, 1S6I ., was arrested at 3:20 not or M '.... ......... I. tntw- him well from a primary
.... Dr., was treated and released p.m. morning ranged from 1 degree
IWti T." Tnt proportybtlng loll 04450005 wlbolso pOS00s4 II NI' school teacher to While Hou mon ptrtlculorly' OucrlMd MCommonco after a one-car crash at LOt BIRTHSMr. Saturday at 1000 NW 7th Ave., Ills. tin, or ol doytc above zero at Houlton Maine to '
... .lIl1OCt.tesa.t before
ot 1050.0101105OIl. kmM for tht irrtil oil Wrtn microphone
g concntg and Dillon I oM -
Ntrth lint ot tho D L. Clinchrwt a.m. Sunday at 200 SW 34th St. Mrs. Ray and charged with driving while 1'...... oddrou .......... drunp C. 75 at Key West and West Palm and camera and '
it Otis SHI Idol of tho Hlght Hawthorne Fla, a gut Intoxicated. ell M _youH. AII<"" IHIgrlhtvt to rll11l-I'
"'-''',y of Suit Hold Numbor I ellA 5.011015101407.017104. Beach Fla. nisced about the Kennedy
..,.... run In on .....,ry dlroctlon CALL POP. liD ADMITI'EDNancy Fire Calls ,-C"' contMwdl W. II Mclpddtr -
11000 We N.rth OhIo 01 .... Cilool, Tho lunlont) Triifilnf, Cools gt 0.'_ Johns Mary L. Mc- OW NW Hit Long driving. whkomt '
Or.nl 1\11 tout to on Iron itiktith villt Mill M bids> Oft followingPrlntlng At 12.20 a.m. today flooded ....... Chortat U Judtint ...
.Kt run ..... 4 orgroH, 4] oslo. Kean Henry Williams, Mr. heater at 303 NW 15th Terr. 4.005 1111,1001. o.IilllsS Wool ,tou,I Today In History
vtat West nil loot tt on Iron ..... I M CoplM' IntermillOT Broclwro, Uniting Creola ch....... -104,0 1. W...... H._.....
and tht point if .boglnnlngi, ", _. run nit. 4" I t" Mil 4-nlor. O'ocou Raymond Huckabee C Owned by Mrs. Harry Duncan. _mg. Alborl .. Mclntyro III IWworlhlni '
Woo 141 loSt to on Iron stall Itwna Invoivlnf 14 ptgol 111I1 *Covtr McReynolds, Henry WIlli a m S, h' $0 III SOlid 411505'S 11050155. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President John F. Kennedy lay
... .... IKOP.DCrMMM .. ._.
run loom I 10 mlnuln Wool Sold M color pMtM.Form T.st' 14150.5 Nobel.
4411 tort to on Iron .,..... thmco run ... miy M MtllnKI Irtm lull all of Gainesville; Floyd Logan DnpoiltlonFtrttltumi I chock:. Dowltt RoolMon, oMroii Today la Monday Nov. 33, the In a cloied. flag-draped casket
SloW 14 ogrtn last lilt tnt tt onIron urn Montgor. P. 0. 10. lilt OHM. .- JMoo Ira COHo PonoldIoll ...._ boot botrd bill, Jtrry L. H..- in the White House.S7m
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....... thtncg run North t dtgrttt, vII", ,...,... IM' owningI.00 ,. M.tiT. Micanopy ; t u i -. Stmoil J. Mitcmll. CIn. .roll 1)1 NW Mth Avt. Ipttdlng' n. day 1964. There are 38 .
:M mlnulti But 47) I fool to on 1 Iron Dtctmbtr U, ,.... J. Dillon, Hawthorne: Felix D. .rown Pll. 1114 ipMdlng Nl Itlh' ..(.U. lolluro MorltrU.. f.Itld H Ill .C. Htunpnis. jr. l/Ot NW MthDrlvt. days left In the year. --
gtokl thoncg run Wool ISO tool to on ipttdlntIlimd
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Iron ItMt lId Its pnlnt ot .brglnKing : Adams Bradenton Fla.; John .toIIt l 01w.y.. til. Soy 0. Contrly Jr.o .' not gulllyl Htnry I. COO Today's highlight In history:
_1.1.1.. II THI CIRCUIT COURT Of Ft.OP.IOAIOMTM Iddloso 0110000. '_1... 131. I
) ocrol morg or 0011. 441005 0110501. d''Y 500. Nil\I
... JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ny L. Grooms, Newberry, Fla.; LOos.II M. C..fo1401005 440,00.'I \ \ !
I. lou rIghMwiy for S. W. 14th god! 4llowMt" dot It tup. Ot lorgo. Her1ft this date In 19M, the Supreme
COUNTYIN vond drlvor-i
'OH ALACMU 'k. I" John T
AvonuoOTttl McGasklll. Tifton Ga "' J57100 1415051 5005.001. '
CHANCEDV Kathryn ; C5hll. hwtmou, ipttdlng. 111. Htrold Court upheld the New I MR[ I
II 71 Donmi Wilklm' gddroMknown 50' usn till![
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,. th. M. ." Margaret C. Cannon, Cross Dtvtnport, oddrtit unknown, ipttd dliordirly oonovctch I Il
IN THI CIP.CUIT' COUPT OP FLORIDA Dot H.II CI.b.It ill, MS J. C. Owlltnoy. Now Imymi"on .1 York State Unemployment Insurance -
IIOMTH JUDICIAL. CIPCUIT IN AND, ... .,./ eo,....".... City Fla. 1.1.11. Io.odln" .. Ill. A 5514 Jose. AI. -. Rt o i.. o-limlnodt Kxvlng ...Sob... 01oe.N Ttmllnl. .- Law In a 4-1 decision I
FOP. ALACHUA COUNTY 011011I 5130 I'UILIC."DN 0'MOTlCl DISCHARGED SI'o1. Iloployllu 5$ 5511.00505 1111111105.. Mnt blIss W. Rty II Pttorilurtno 0100
INCHANCIP.YDOP.IIW 01' "UIINO .TlTION 530Ss0.it vollo, drivofg IkoMt (IN onti The tie vote automatically put I .
rtulrtdl. sosI
HALL. FOR OIIIOLUTIOM OP NON.PROFIT Peggy Todor and baby boy, J. _I.. 144,050 $obsan. Fhrrd W. Jomol A. ond Lloyd the law into effect foreshadowIng I
CORPORATION *1041. too Out for rood ooodIlbo.. ". I SoSII
....I''H. I. TIlls CIUM cinto tn to bt hoard upon Geneva R. Dobbins and baby Jim Nlcho'.. L.."..... ablosilno on un.I"... 4.01\ ptnchoi eI, oil gl Nowborry, ttklnfitrtvtrt later approval by the courtof 709I "
VSRNON MALL, III vtrllltd ..tit... ol j. H. VIDAL boy, Thena Alligood Peggy 'PorIrod psroon Os ..,.... its J'oo I ( tIlt D. 'stoodo..... III lto'wopar H\II loot 1110011.Ions. II. III OIlS: ..... ...,1 iOO., 1,05, '110, Till tl,19
*1.5,1.. .. the National Social
OAK HALL Security
vklng g gtcrtt gmolvlng Lalllosd.
drIc07s S.CIoaloo ,
-, "NOTIC'S'TO APICAl CLU' 1100-550110 ....*.11... sod "'.... Latimer and baby girl Phyllis .. 0- ,....y"'. .... ....o50.Is NW 10*Iktnto A.... M wlllllnt yilM drKjor-g J. IwMg lie.ann... III r

TOl l Vimon.. DIY"Hill H.II 'Ing oun)g'lilrloulltn bom. idvlMd ol III M onol tng, prtmlMl lid tIll Rattllff Mary L. Looney and '_,..I..'.530.. 104.0155.0. is dolvw5 Mtccltnny'IN coitl, nwlndl vmiitUn. If Alttrl'trlvtfl 0. Hctnw C".... ActOn this date 'I E i&svanaiircn: ] THANKSGIVING DAY]

lOt 00.II Ao.005 1111: baby girl, Dorothy Rltketson _k. PI Mrg. JOMPH ttdmorl.tklltnd rtilrlctlomBridge J
Jgnty City Now JtrioyYou OROIRfO AND DCCMSO II fol driving' on fht wrong lidS M 501.1 W. 1._. 445.,. 1155000. In IWM, the 14th president, 'I STATE J ILVIS In
art ...,oIIy nolllM Hit t Kilt I.... and baby girl, Zelda LoU and Hit row. $iJ. Ortow J. _.-. Ml 00 v''d 411515's 'Ic- 1'_ 511001 [
m Kiulty hoi bml brought ogtlnlt you I. TI'.l .11 torlIoS haslog or .1.1"' .... Norma Gilford. Ivan N\II Min D,''', Wlilul' tnd tnttn rttk __ 51111 drhror', I franklin Pierce was born atHlIllborouh. 0s. "ROUJTAIOUT'SUBURBIA
ky Dorlg W. Hill hi fhi Circuit Court 0115 riglIl HIll or 1.lo'.sl I, tII. SoldOAK baby boy. ..u driving. US Iplui tn _,... :=::0. NI). .
Hahth Judlclll' Circuit, hi sod for "'. HALL CLUI, Or soy ol 11000 Carr. John R. Purnell Beatrice .
cHuo C_. Florldo. SIlO niturg gf tftioult otl, bt sod Ihtv art ",oily rtqulrtdllww In 1I7, the first Inlercoeglate .
ll tor o dlv..*. CHild' cuitody SOd to couu, Ii Sop inty htyt, btrt Griffin, Wilbur F. Anderson,
child .....". Yw oro htriby tummond .. Mil Court III In Cliombirt In ttit Richard Baguley Dorothy Fulp So> No* York Football Association w...
ordind ind rtoulrtd to till your *IICINI County Cwrtlwnt In Ollntt DRIVE-IN
formed at M....
vrltttn tntwtr or ...... to tht Complllnl villa "',.... tn Hit INK My tl DomMr. November tt IM! ,
fllod' tartln ,In tht Htlcg of thociorti 151.. ., HOP tcltcll, AM.. : Charter members were Colom- THEATRE
of till Circuit Court In slId for Illy. IM priyor tt Mid, ptimen WwiMI BIRTHSMr.
4ooHu, Coolil,. PiorM.. Iso 0.50,0O '11 .. .,..'.... ALAN bia. Princeton and Harvard. SHOWT1MI 7100I
DIcolibor ,.... lod 10 0155111 I 000YSt TM cum of "ill Court ll ntribvrKlld and Mrs. Marcela Ojeda In 1140) Crsek toted drove 1
.ut" 50507 or 4011750 0100 IIlch..d to glvt notlct if oucn luring Normal bidding Is based on NORTH TilE0000. C" Phth1'qetsd
9011 NE 3rd Ave, a boy; Mr. .
J. Wilts.. p1511,1110.. ..00,11.7 1155.15. ."1 cauilng a copy ot lull Orttr to btpublliMd I the lent Italian troops from qoea DRA08TRIP
MASI 1.15005 1. I kolIloIst Pint If,"'. In the Gllntnlllt. Duly lunntwtpopor and Mn. Chester Buchan on, the assumption that some part 410874MV Greece.In I
.,'...vlll.. PloIldI. I tf gtmrrt clrculltlon.' pi*. 00 perhaps a fifth of the part.I All
Hor" t.1I ooo or Ooc_ PIe COO 1101111 In 601111501110 ',.,Id.. for two 239 SE Hth Ln., a girl; Mr. I 1942. President Franklin D.
f.... will be iIt.rod 5541011 500 for ell 00,01011100 00045 p1401 .. till III.StOlbolo and Mrs. Douglas Fackend e r, ership honor strength will be 41154J4I t ALL
I Roosevelt, signed the bill rreang NEW
If. ..1101 __.. ,Is ISO ClolOlilolWIlossl P4,00.
"op hood II CIt'k ot oldCfrcult DONS AND OPOIHIO ll OilntivllltAltchuo 2831 NE 10th a boy; Mr. and I neffective. When dummy'shand the SPAM the women's reserve
Court of Altchuo County ".,1. County PUrido" Hill Itth dty Mrs. Walter M. Crews, High is put down, the declarer EAST WEST
.. sod mi Soul It Hid' Court tt OlInMll of Novtmbtr, "44 of the Coast Guard.
",ll. .Alochut, County. '....do. Hill 111511day Ill John A. H. MurphngN Springs a boy; Mr. and Mrs. usually finds one or two honor 4 Atl VQJ10ISJ2 0. COLOR
OctOttor, A D 1M4. Closalt Jod50IOIALI In IMS, meat rationing endedIn AN AMIP.ICAN
oI/J. 1. CARMICHAILt I I Robert L. Hayes, 532 SW 15th cards that are not going to Q104IJ4J the United States. WTailNATIOWAI. MCTUMINO ,
... 01 We Ci..11 Cowl 131541 11113.35 help him. 4071SOVTH MATUeiSS"
Icoun hAL THI CIRCUIT COUHT 0* 'LO.I. St., a boy.ADMITTED One year ac The body of
.,t bIlly WttorhouigOwury DA. II6HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' IllAND Jacks are often wasted (D)

IH' II i. o,Clerk 14, 13NOTICI CHANCS0Y.POR ALACHUA COUN.TY. IN Julia Stewart, Margaret Buchanon queens sometimes and kIngs > XQ ) I- STEWART GJtANGER

OP SILl Ill SIPSTITIOI4. Florence Ellis NancyJo rarely. It la seldom Indeed that 1-

htrtoy I lOot hit Iho CITY 0' DWIOH' .. 1051*. Hulcher-an ace II wasted. The heartace AWlS 4
O- Sally c
HAwTHOPNS onon lor toll sod ION and HIS .1'. .LIAHOIl H. 5051INDON
will nctlvt bids, Mr Iho purchno of .tntfollowlnt son. Wilma Pearson, A I II.I e n In the deal shown today appeared A It Q J 101 -41 *
dncrlbtd rool _"Y. t- NOTICe 0.1
010.. lylnt" all bIll. W the Cltr, of oAmi Uoyd Ruth Leuke Jack B. to be superfluous, but I Both sides were rulnersb! ---a.- ;;
Mtwthtrnt. Aiochuo County Florldo.ullott '! Vlrgmlg ttrkkltngP.MIOWKO South far. and
C. Yearley, was sighted The bidding
Dampier. Carlyn :
to on, wiplM tOMt etvtrmg unknown I NM 2 Colo. HMit STUU WIDA
**"* 070011111 You org MoW MUtM' Wot t ptllllon Earl P. Po we rs, Audrey L. found a way to use It effective- South West North East: Opt *10 JligwTiOO,
I. Lot 13. Stock i Porin MUghtit *01 own slId In Hit Moo llylM Court
LIlS. Block I, Poem H.,,,,,. by Dwight .. RooMun Sod Mi win Pendley, Omera B. Hay .. ly. 24 Pus 2 'I Pa. Sot loth. Uto Ao .00AIIAM

i N1Sll.StSa310110.Stl.IOOM. ,"ttntr H. loMmen. for tnt ooaotwi. Wanda Durrance, Helen I F. The deal was played recently 34 Past 1.P..*. TAB 041154711RIDETHSWILDSURP .
If W 114 CM. ot IB SI ot MB to. Sn100015 VIolP70011. Jr. minor i
.... rit-n '''"' Hit pttltMntr Dvlgl .. RoMmon Arbogast, ill of Gaineiv I 111 I e; In Belgium with Edouard Bos- 14 Pus Past1. Pass I ,&& I
4 Ono ilf orro III NW corI. 01HI tnt tin Witt bob H. DaWniM M I. .
'AI 01 NW 011.0 p07 DIll .... :300.I95 you oro rtwlroj .. soy, t topy o" Lula Belle Sykes Hawthorne; mans, one of that country's Welt led the heart Ilefll. ..1M _
371. .... "1"11. YOU' 15517 07 011001.5. 05 54,0w 1105010I7 Ethel G. Wood Chlefland; Julia leadIng players, as South. His I 2114 LATI PelT AT f.OO = & I
lot 4, Hock II. OrlgKiol Hl.. MK Itlltlon oftotlM tIll o. .,.... JACK LIMMOM _
..._. .... J4IMJloiiod ... M tOO iHornoyt fIr pttlNonon, Itr- Ann Crews, High Springs; Eva two t club opening bid was An Immediate discard was GOOD NIIGHIOR SAM tAsnw.onL0.O *
otdi for Hid orator* will bo ion 4 lurwtll. III I. Pint. Itnttimplying. D and artificial. I available on the heart ace but
Alachua Lois The ,
Williamson strong response
,..,,_ by the City Commluwt otHg tor.. lid nit. ttio orlglMl '
......... ot the Htwrhotot City H.II. hi Int oflct ol tM curt if Int Cl0011 Ir. ,Waters Hawthorne; Walton M. showed the ace of hearts I none was particularly helpful.

II P M.NI_Tht City. DtctmMr If Htwthorntuld ItM,will of Ill 1 ottmttr Court, A on. 0 or 1IMHoroui bxon. till laIN toy gf Markey, Lake Butler; Douglas! In a procedure originated by I His only hope was to ,.us I I'

..,_ HIM II rail proporty' 1.04,91StN000lftl7p.y0070MlslSU will Pill bt onMrog Not or Mom I *crot ml.WltnOM ..pro canImt I F. Mitchell, Wllliston; J a n I I.T I. the great French expert Pierre I spades, which would eventually

ttnct M fht OIls of MM nil. proponty my KM tnt ... 'not ol laid M Rnrkp Croil City: MaillleR. Albarran which has considerable I urnlsh either three discards or
All com hKMonf M tho .... oro toM eturt M Oomonlllo, ,....... tOPS 13ItIMy -
_.... Cross :Fla MarIlyn In Western Eu none at all.
paid by mo puKhtwr M oddllkn to gf NIY A D IOM. Curry, City ; popularity
IM tmtunt of hl kid A ctrlttltdCMC J. 5 CAPWICHAIL J. Long Worthlngton. rope. Sooth could.. that he would
drtwn gn i Met bonk or g -
lor-l ChOck driwn by I lotol bonk. COUITIy DISCHARGED South and North showed their be life la the spades were fft.
lid mtdt ptytblt to mo City, of H.Wtwmo. 1"lIy *111155.4 Lee sided 2-1 Looking Into the
W Iho. -01/-- 000511 Clot. William L. Carter Hazel long suits on the second roundof poll-

ton ptf .
Scat lIla occomtony purchoM, prlco otcn thill TM bo ptld boltnclIf onr Ill ;. > Itrttttmtlvlllo McMullen. Virginia Green- somewhat encouraged by the be had a slightly better chant FORTHANKSGIVING

*wn.btlorV tho I right J.. -ry to riltct 11<1,. soy Tho on.City *on it ,PMitaollon PlorwtiMt ke Juanita Smith 0 I III.I I M news that North held length Inspade. If the spade jack was a sing!.

Nell lId rtoovortlld Ihg Mmd for Njuombor 14, HUNootmMr Roberta. Goldle E. Neal. .. Nevertheless his Jumpto ton.He

II"NIItco. (1170Sf Shod .. .11II- 1.Pa *155110.935,104 U. ton POLICE, FIRE REPORT I six clubs was optimist I Ic. ruffed the opening lead In

0.10000111. -500110111 S 1101101000 45 *1101'as 01 C1113'0700011 1014, ,. It lOla 01 10 35 IIII Acckkel Roundup South hoped that North would ill hand and drew trumps. He

,.01710 COU""11700151110, ,....... sod oholl Na poslod Involved In accidents reported produce a useful feature. such led the spade king and East "! /

It 1.1701 III Pool SIOIHOII 0.01.4 City MA 01111.III 511 SIlO 041o.11K Sec Page 7 by Gainesville Police Department as the spade Jack, the diamond ducked. The spade queen wa

I and the Alachua Co u nty queen or a doubleton diamond 1 I continued, and East had to duck
.r 1745 01 mt ClIp CI. Ol Irnyortine Aeonounooooof From our popular BUFFET TABLE
","C"'oI/H- Sheriffs office during the past But none of these by itself would again. At this point South had
About Your Fufur From
0.0.4 01/ 1.5507115. A''10(004 C.o* 41 hours were: guarantee a slam and as It I I to pray that East held less than
If. 5117141.051.157. 35. 1004 DALE I choose what like from .
I you a .
J. .. .TI..NI Paul Williamson Rt. 1 Boa 21, happened, North held none of three diamonds. The dlam B d very ip

004050lyit,I.C tI.IINSO1.' CARNEGIECoMiageStca parked, and Robert Woodrow them. lace and king were cashed, and del selection/ of u""IUOIlYIOOd thingsto /
n : The best slam would''the remaining spade was led.
Rhodes Rt 2 Boa 171, at u.D1 contract

p.m. Sunday. E. University Avenue have been six spades which I East was forced to win and cot t. Roost Tom Turkey with all

: at IMh St. could not have 'been defeat d. :had only heart to eat Dummy's -

r- James Williams. 1520 NE Ith West could have defeated six abandoned ace sudden, the trimming; Roast Sirloin of Beef.

oom Ave., and vehicle owned by Cur- clubs Immediately by leading 'came back to life and i e e It

us Newsome driver ran aw.yJ his singleton spade. Even after was able to make his contractby Baked "country cured" ham .

:411 pm. Saturday at 1500 NESth the heart lead South Dad prob discarding both /his kosligINTRODUCTORY -
Baked chicken and /
I young a tempting
DINING Ave. lema. diamonds.

C M. Kaphart. IIOS NE .Ihl e- array of vegetables>> salad, appetiser.,

EM DANCING St., and Mildred Lillard. 120A OFFER !

NE Ith St, I 3 p III. Saturday :a ralithet and dessert t. A truly bounteous .

1 tjSEersity Inn COCKTAI- Main In Wine St.Bumice.. Dixie parking lot N Good Tuesday Only dinner.

; ':,.' IA' rb4 gj1 Ma* *,. oerulI. Ga.

tonIl.,. .. It. ." rental truck and black Delicious


REMEMBER FANS, Scramburgcrs 11 JO a.m. to 3:00 p.lII.Youngst..





deodline for contest No. 9 will be 15Buy cg/lk,9/

,hee H 2-9301 Per teeeretl-..ir
NOV. 25

5 P.M. One Get One fREE

because of the many .*citir; j, AT

traditional football same played! Doug's Dairy Twist -.

en THANKSGIVING DAY 2117 N.W. 6th ST. : -

a .



It Goinesville 1 Sun_ Monday. November 23. 1964
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t j& i All It Takes tral Holy I *rtt. M Akbf, In }}<5,

....,1, Hilli, C.li ., 90212, ..J I EASY. J

j .Include .. (-.Jdr. M< It."" ,f' ."- '(RATS
Van Buren 1T aSHE'S
Abigail ..10'! Abby aa iw'r' ell stall..a. .

DEAR ABBY: When there are to many IMPORTANT problems amount of pain and brutality we will have spared Innocent X-1 *w JEST ING DUINrTL. TH'NIGHTAIR. WET SHEHAIMT
in the world, why do you bother with lilly complaints children. T WX1W4T SHE 6E YA DABV.r.W vErr. CUGI4TASET7L-E ASCJTE
like, "My husband Insists on wiping his hands on my dishtowels" All that Is required to make this plan work is one responsible MORE tfis?' HER. AS SHE
? I think you could use the space allotted to you to mother In every block who will volunteer her home ATTRACTTVETOf WASfj
answer more serious problems. for a few hours each day as an "island of safety" Schoolchildren S5 BOVS,IF SHE'D Jfifj $&rPJ
instructed seek in home with the STICK TO ONE .:
DISAPPOINTED IN EUGENE, ORE. are to refuge any
"BLOCK PLAN" sign' in the window should they be bullied <
DEAR DISAPPOINTED! Very few marriages all because by other children, chased by a dog, followed by a stranger
atone great big earth-shaking problem. A collection of minor
or suddenly 111. Anyone wishing free information on
!Irritations tends to build up and then BOOM, marriage how to organize this plan may write to: 1 .
DEAR ABBY: We ire so pleased and proud that you gave Sincerely yours
nationwide attention to our MASON SCHOOL BLOCK PLAN. GEORGE LAITNER
It other parents want to adopt It, there Is no limit to the I a aTV

""e WHAR TO LOOK Tilt.2 I
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(Education) O WJXT (ABC CBS) Jacksonville j .

U of F. Gainesville D WFGA-TV (ABC. NBC) Jacksonville'

Monday Evening ry Morgan store's drama group after ISO: O Farm and Rome ,
1:00 O Wells FargoO O High School Football Mr. Heffleflnger Its regular 7:000 CD Today r r i/ Nt'Ll NiVtR WWIJU ref I ON THtW8
. Mike Douglas Highlights Finch O Local News Weather ,. f / ctT' our of PITCHING I MAWILU
: director is fired in a ..rV THtat uvtt THIS GAS / GRWIL.HOBTCUT.
, !:2S O Moments In Sports Ocala vs. G.H.S. 7OS O Ranger Hal / r1 !/
1:30 O Newicope 1:30 O 90 Bristol Court dispute with Mr. Sharp. 7:50 O Local News Weather DOC WILL 61
O World OvIUzaUoB Tom Dick and Mary: A 10:00: Q (D Alfred Hitchcock 1:00 O Captala Kangaroe
ISS OH (Color) News few appliances are on the "The McGregor Affair." 9:00: O Divorce Como

':DD O News, Weather, blink, but why worry In 19th century Scot- Bachelor Fatherm
Sports! There's no need to pay an ,land dim wilted' John (Color) Romper Room
O Sunshine Almanac electrician when Dick Is ':30 O Jack BennyB
lives with his
':11 O News Highlights such a talented handy. McGregor Jack La Lanne
1:30 O (D New man., sodden wife Aggie and 10:00 O Make Room for Daddy
O News-Cronklte I makes livelihood by O News
O Reading O Andy Griffith'' hauling boxes to a near O Arithmetic

7:00 O Zane Grey Andy Is considering accepting by medical college. What CD Cameras Please
Sher. detective 10.30 O (D What's This Song?
"The Sunday Man. a job as a McGregor doesn't know Is
iff Walt Devlin and his in another town, and that Inside these boxes are O I Love Lucy
brother deputy Bill Pev. Barney is contemplating the of murder vic O Film AWHAT MAKES YOU FRANKLY WELL,TO HERE TO TELL YOU YES YOU CAN DO SOMETHING \
lln, are alike in name taking Andy's spot as corpses 10:45 O World of Numbers and f THINK A GIRLLIKC WAS SURPRISE SHE ISNT/SHE'S GOING OUT WITH ABOUT It RICK/YOU CAN PICK
only. sheriff. Guest cast includes Duggan Elsa Lan- HE DISCOVERS VWITH X A DRUNK DIrT SHE SAID' NIGHV .mrt' I GUESS THERE! MISS GALE/LET HER TELL I
O Perry Manna George Llndi", Chester Arthur Malet, Michael 10:55 Q O News HIS BROTHER RICK LIKE YOU* THAT SHE MOTH IMG I CAN YOU WHOM SHE'S GOING I
"The Case of the Tragic Burt Mustln. 11:00 0 CD Concentration I HAS ARRANGED A WOULQ( DOABourmm3 / OUT WITH/
Pate and Bill Smith.
Trophy." Returning home o Camera Three O Andy Griffith TUNE GALE
from a trip movie director "Brecht on Shakespeare." O Slattery's' People 11:15 0 Scope 10DQNSAISTEIJ..
Anthony Fry Introduces Actress Lotte Lenya and Question: What is Honor... 11:30: O CD (Color) JeopardyO W* < I. .HOSPITALANDGIVESHMA RUSHESTOTHE
his fiancee Kathy playwright George Taborl What is Death?" Slatter" McCoy 1 I t y 1
to the press and then hur. discuss the practice exercises opposed to a bill O New Horizon. TONGUE- / rLASHINGS (
rles off to a parked car for actors which that would grant a multi. 12.00: 0 CD (Color) Say When! I i "
where another woman Bertolt Brecht wrote as million-dollar tax rebateto O Love of Ute .
walti. Guest cast Includes Interpolations to "Romeo eight corporations, and O Industry e. Parade
Richard Carlson I n d and Juliet" and "Ham. so is James Patrick Shepherd 1Z:1S 0 Geology 107
Nimsy'armer. I let." a seriously ill memo 12:2S: O News rI
O What's New-Chlldrea\ ber of the opposition par 12:30 0 CD (Color) Truth or
"Yankee Whaling." Tony I:W P ID Andy Williams ty Lobbyist Harry Colby ConsequencesO I I I / III I KEED R.PaA7NC lJl
Saletan visits an old whaling (Color) would use any means toget Search lot Tomorrow' TELL Mt YOU UN T lT,
ship at the Marine I Jonathan Winters and the measure approved 12:45: O Guiding Light OACNNOOD TaLLMt'I VERY SINCERt
Museum in Mystic, Conn. actress-ainger Jane Pow and when he learns that O Visiting Spanish Neighbors W You wvt = ALAI'N '
Q Movie ell Visit Andy. In a sketch Shepherd is seriously Ill, F A M6 Y 01,4 OUo I
"Captain Horatio Horn they re create a turn-of- the lobbyist Is certain he's 12.SS: O News
blower." ((1931) During the century medicine CD Local News
the Napoleonic Wars an show God Time Singers, found Just the way Guest 1:00: O News, WeatherO
English captain under secret Nick Castle dancers, cast Include Barry Sullivan Midday
orders sails his ship Dave Grusln. Philip Abbott and CD (Color) TV Bingo tt a oADItRE
to a fortress on the coast O Lucille Ban Jeanette Nolan. O Quest For Adventure

of Central America. Greg.cry Lucy lost a contact lens 11:00: O O News Weather, 1:15: O Focus 2
Peck, Robert Beatty, while Icing a cake for the O Elemeatary Spanish x
Denis O'Shea. (Two bank's benefit sale, and Sports 1:30: CD (Color) Let's Mike I
hours) she's sure It'. in one of Q) (Color) News Sports A Deal
7:90 O Bristol Court the many cakes alreadyat Weather O Humanities C41
Karen: Our young lady Is the bazaar, 11:250: Movie O As the World Turn -. NOl-! I HADN'T BUT CR.DAV1E WANTS Ml
in a classic teenage pick. "National Velvet." (1944)A O Science JOKING. A1EA BRING TO STAY HERE-A* A SENIOR
le: She's made three O Perspectives (Special\) young girl wins a horse 1:55 CD News "y RUTH HAS IF"I R UP Tlll AFTLR RF ASSISTANT-AND WORK ON
dates for Satuday night I. "Portugal Today." In a lottery and an embittered 2.00: O Password THAT SHE INCOMEI R XG! THL MJAb HO SLTTLiD Nay YEAR! HOW ABOUT ,
Guest cast Includes Le o Films study conditions in former jockey O CD Loretta YoungO BORROWED GRADUATL "WLrJW ILASTICS COMPAN/ THAT, HUH f> _r '
Slezak and Richard Prey. Portugal where the growing helps her train him for Sign Off THE*300 LASILY THE LOAN IAY JIM BACK? atsa4!
fuss. contrast between the racing. Elizabeth Taylor, 2:30: O CD DoctorsO "IN CASL
O Touch of rameBloll1'aphy Mickey Rooney, Donald I House Party OF A
life of the urban middle Crisp. (Two hours) SID: O CO Another WorldO 5ERIOUJEMERGENCY I
Gertrude Stein 1 : "Th class and that of the rural 11:300 Johnny Caroms T. Tell the Truth BEFORE b
Rose That Is a Rose. peasant Is causing unrest. (Color) Sammy Davis Jr. 1ZS O News w JUNf... rr
1.00 O H Bristol Court James Fleming narrates." subs for Johnny tonight. 1.30 O (Color) You Don't
1. "To Become a Man. N
Harris Against the World: Say
On just the day h.'d1ke\ Hugh Downs narrates this TUESDAY O Edge si MghlCD p
to do a little fishing, Alan report on the United Nations Morning and Afternoon Popeys's Pals 4 I I
learns it's deadline time Relief and Work 1.00: O Sunshine Almanac .:" O Match Game
for renewing his driver'i Agency's vocational trainIng I:1S: O Sunshine Alamic O Secret Storm vn
.IbLLOWINO GUFiN I ncann& M men' TM-TMnsuarr nvsit.oiiNWjeirrpBVSSNsw
fll'1 \
license.O centers, which provide O Sunrise Semester CD Woody Woodpecker I SAYS SAILINO TIACNIN4 JO* Ii K SONS.WWT I WS CC I've, Gets Secret job training centers, ':25 O Living Words .:%1 O New -4 'lj M-eI.nR CRAAT AON.IitRiAM! ft/LL OPSN IN k. *551.1.Wa D0 ? JMO tOfll TW PTMSVIMrNSITMfVU9HIX
Comic Louis Nye has s for young Arab refugees 1:30: a World' ClvlllistloaQ / .:30 O Leave It Te Beaver o ,'It AMAffACOR.fNi COLCANWN TNAJAMANOf HOLDSrRINCafs WAUfiONON10 7 o.LMARWif._ stove MAkaWA7RMKfINOTNANKeeOAIID 1NW54MTKMCTONA- 01
secret for panelists Bill living In Palestine. Gospel Music O Best ef Grouch. > I JI AND Me ion Thai ON cows DINN5RIiOAO
Cullen, Betsy Palmer\ ,, 1:30: O Many Happy Returns It IS O Peiior's Study CD Movie Z Ne Ara 714 oN
Bell Myerson end Hen Walter takes over the mIll, Neighbor! "Pstterns" < j)1 f'w 1 1r ro ot -

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With Art Bucliwald- -

I The AffairWASHINGTON ra> 'I- 4fi

One of the' meet?" I "I didn't even bring a tooth- she says tearfully.She 9EETLE! z KNOW! cent 1txl tfAID 7W z THOUG IT I
problems of being married and "Somewhere where no one brush. hope out of the tar with. JUST TLN YCII IAvVLED CAIYr UNDERS'AND OL6t4TA t4.T DOWN
having young children Is that II will recognize us. I'll pick you I "I thought about you all out turning back. MWUTES A6/0 L.. 0 Atia t4Tr1N9 OUT FOR / IIOVANYt7rvsi Cnt7.D [K 80 j AND iI61R'J THAT
!Av Out fotL YWh
much of the romance goes out I up on the corner of F and 14th week," he says, kissing her. An hour \later her husband ar t )
of people's lives. A friend of Street, at three o'clock. I "So did I," she replies. "I rives home. "Anything happet
mine his solved the The wife arranges for the waited for this moment. I(today?" he asks casually, ai
Every week he has an problern'l neighbors to take care of the I thought It would never come." he pecks her en the cheek.
with his wife. children and gets dressed up In I "I wanted to call you. but I "The same dull routine. Any,
What he does Is he kisses his her prettiest suit. She then was afraid he would answer the thing happen with you?"
wife goodbye in the morning:drives Into town )perks two phone" I "No, just another crwnmi
and goes oft to work. About blocks away and walls on the "He wouldn't stop watching day," he yawns. They bolt) Ir--t>r
noon he calls her up and whispers. corner. television to answer the phone.'smile Inwardly and lit down a
"'TIll, Is George Is your Her husband pulls up. She ,Does your wife know about us?" dinner.
husband home?" glances around fast and then "She's too busy taking care
HI* wife replies, "No, the hops In. of the kids to know about any-I Probe Gas
oaf baa gone off to the office."'# "I think I was seen, darling,'" thing. I told my secretary If ".i" von CAN COME BKK a4 NpW! sNOw ANNT1aNe.wrttMr'M0TMH m ens we PCCiNT eo I IT MCMT UVCT M
Tvt got to see you this aft-il the says nervously. she called to tell her I was out Price Fixinj L swont a.o eec SryrNe by A Jioe macaw. T exa wmt w p wa tlArn as A LAYr TALC
emocn." the husband saye."I "Relax," the husband says at a conference." CQ1IN9 Cevicc%AT v kNow Tree //ITALTI.r MIM. M7naNG b!CARD TEII MM! 10 MAKs S. Se? 1 it i
can't I've got to be home comfortingly. I "How long can we go on like LOS ANGELES (AP) Rep WHAT 2 WANTED 1D kyERTAIN TNATI! r s'r eNOw eon ,, r
when the children come from I I.chooL "Where are we going" she this?" I James Roosevelt, D-Callf* say:
I asks. i "Let's just be grateful for the Justice Department b taveiUgating
"Get one of the neighbors to' "There's a motel just across what we've lOt." complaints that majoi
". take care of them. Tell Uem' the bridge. We'll check In I "If sod only met each" other,oil refineries, are fixing gasolux
1&', an emergency and you have there." before." :prices at retail outlets.
,. to go Into town. I ""But we have no luggage," I "I feel that way too. Roosevelt said that he waj!
"Do I dare?" she protests. At six o'clock they check out told the Investigation was aimet
"Please darling, we don't I'll check In.011 stay lathe of the motel and my friend at consignment sales practices
.. \have much time together" car and then we'll drive to'drape his wife off at F and Mife.: ;through which refineries maj,
"I'm frightened." the room" "Until, next week, my darling,"'require local dealers under
"I love you." I After they get Into the room he says as kisses her. I II (threat of halting deliveries:
"171 come. Where shall we she laugh. I "It wilt seem \like a year,"1(sell gasoline\ at fixed prices.





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5511 5, 5050,1" 455505.
By WILLIAM r. ARBOGAST e INN sirNn, CMN cnPIPCM COUWTIP. GIRL .5511. PI ... i1' r'SJ Mwtl

WASHINGTON (AP) Some I F Te Go An* ,..-. __yo APNy P.rN a
TMriM ,. ... Lw CNs55ta _. Sn.S
top-level Democrats IS ON .115 C.5M.. No bye's ."'L
seling colleague to proceed AUTOMOTIVINAirpltn illDoli7 AOPDLADY 111 R 5115 5
w..* 50 55 5555 IIrL ..,'" y
with caution In considering ma n. N.e5.55 4na. 55.5. M 11\
.. 71 T...... tar S.l*
.111. T. C. _
jor changes In the Hous. rules t Mil W. Um. A... A Track It ,. .555._.. lOw,. II.cocKfAiLWA .
I Cr*.* ..l.lic.f..Mii fM i .n4 .....,ht .... Incwvil 5 WwMM
when the new Congress meets in ..d rl..... .ImMphmf N. ..... I* Ixkky4 Trpctpn 4 Trv* IMIPMM TIt S

January. .. If the C.liho>i.'i SCh.....' RMIH, .,.* ''." Trllr loiltakUMMprevtlM 0 wr,. n.. m AMI NW k Mm wriM... ta TMrMyHr a

They are apprehensive that :fLi 11 llO 1.2 A.M. Tk ...., M t1'. barge ..nl 1. 4 IcwwnM 515.1.; ...55... Nw1S .0.l

the House with Democrats .1rtJi (1"1 : pr.m'l ch ir *r '- .. MK ,4 wWrt Autmioblta l.p.... .1.r. 545.5 n5. I.0 sIN ..
out. ( virilly *f : s.d tU Mil wkkM, k.ilt4 N As1.m501/ tor Sole -.. 55.455 1555 '1545 Sir

numbering Republicans 205 to 1L..hri..P, end crl., .1.4. P.tllfie mf* formal4lnn .. M Ponipii" 4 ...... CmIOUCATIONAL ,5,5555155. 045. 4501..1

140, may become "a runaway .. tpprMckMP Th. 6.l.k_.'a "i..I..| r..'" 11- *_ WORTHWHILE -W WANTED

house" and legislation .,.nl. (Km J N 9 P M. ..4 .11... 5..1!, ...Ii|,*.. HOWARD JOMNWN1 IJT..
pass neither M plMl cay t..a vkll 1/.ri.1 Iht iNdtmp Apply In Mm M* NW IM *

sponsored nor desired by .k.rk*<>.. TKi mtavniil wow cU .t k* kMm ,w. II PthM 4 IminirMr W5515lw New II Ire. ...

the Adm Inl.tra tIon. I ? .. ... ]unJ.y bit ." say 11th.r 4., will ,...,. > _IC. tMCki. 545.55.P ..... ..Wn.1vS.0.5 11......It O./5.w.. ..to,.

....1... ho.'. N W".rvc MIMPLOYMINT ,.".,.... P5 CNL
Numerous In _
changes the
MOTHIS .. f:;;:. I4CMW MMIpi
rules have been proposed mainly Watch for Nt.l W..k'l SPOTUGHTAMUSEMINTS -... ..... .. ,- -
"' spokesmen for Democratic II ,...... MM* WMMMlII .*** r MnllMllllM, prEbulLI 5.5..5155
Mil Hill Win," lIP 5 WlL M..." 5455 cMtswnw
liberal and all .51rri.. 51111
groups are
II rMlp-MH IT 638c

aimed at expediting President t DINING 1 DINING DANCING U HIM, HoI, WMlMII .MWll MtM'ilrpr"lMUMplnf; Mr* .... II_rmUM

Johnson'i legislative program.But COCKTAILS W'n w.....*) P..... lpm.nl 1.115. I N I* INHMD
10\\lLIN<; ., ", "55.5, II ...,...., R.' 5C.55- I Km Prt. TypMp Mc.......,
their SM.w..M 0
application would PALM
LANes let -'-' 1111/11.
not be limited to Johnson bills OPM. ...ry nljhl Mr vin M.or"W"t A & W ROOTBEER STANDIN UNIVERSITY INN C." M ..mt"Cf>..
CIs 551.5 5,15.
(run t A.M. to | A M. NW inn: itII .
Officially Houae leaders have inoi *PM&d.', PwIny ID "rvIN. M AM. i II'N ,M. lor Cocklill IM prlc Hour, ..S I ta. OMCInp ,. IprlMl M Pan e ulpmHlU 12 M.I. Hale W....* l.* Hilt ..." plMtar. d nr.imy .

expressed their rum ID I A M. ta loooy OrlHUi Pwl 4 PrtHUirII .r fn nHw, trim HIM'
not publicly PUN.AND LARRY'SOLOPAtHIONIO Cimfe 4 I,cflrp ,,,.... ....- LNMtad 4 luppIlMIf EXPERIENCED BAKER ..y _I.... ,.........
: feeling about the proposed .."'...",,", c_ ,... I 101 IW. HI* tt P* frM JytTlmFOLOIID J7Z.UU CKrlKirai pIMtar MIMIMM. 5
LpMttMblf TIP MlHPMl
0.mt to Bayi ant Girl In w" A...... -- -
changes. In private conversations From UaN5a155 HAPPY NOLI" I.. 5 PMS 4 WPPIMII MWH(0 "... .. o 55/5 M UK. WfcrlnlM
have voiced mil ADMISSION AM NSN O"N a1 HOUOS A DAY C.....". too "'. 4/11 N I 5515 55545.y. "55w55." 55. .. 54150551, P15.5 5151 54M/5551
they some ii1 US .,Imo ./115. UvMMcl W5154FINANCIAL A5555 III 5 It ,
1011 ., FISH 5055 515. A.M.c. MlOrni lln X I.
misgivings. WMl Ullvtf lly AX CIOAP. KIV MULLIT _II .. .._...... .._,..... III W. Un.r1 .... ..... Itmwn.T 4
WANT TO RACE A IPOHTS .... M ,. M. tI t0. DIM .d Done. .. 1150 nests --- oo----
As a result, there may be onlya CARP Do II M H" "ICALI" HUMPTY DUMP ftMl lry Prld' y *A4 lalurtfcy M ImlnpH OPPPrlMlM READINGIN lot P411145 5/a4 0stI. "lrt. NX. eels In Mtni ...
few, minor ..u enMrs.. Our "K' Mi NW I:tI. tl THE ORLEANS4M4 17 MoMy w lawN Pu M MIA MM51115N II mt tar MTMpiixnt
relatively changes Min 1 55 r. lor ill nun 4mw.ll NW IXh II. VMItDININCMUJIC .aN.511. .... tar UMlm mMIKf mlMCI

approved by the Democraticcaucus VILUI Mlnltturt GATEHOUSEIITAUIIANT ADVIITISI ''N THI M...._ 51555150.;; IM.. ;';;iiy.1Ii. MOIl" >_.... MMMM taM M Lars.
5Mn51sh. 50*. NIII''
preceding the opening of Cox Nl>mi liirTP.ai.uKWAMTIO cn".. C-.n DMI ,. e IM Ml, 04ciwim "

the House on Jan. 4. More far- SCHOONERROOM plo NW' NN ... V ...., Wllnly IIMM, PATTMN NM v pI, leU'li. "M..

reaching alterations could be DINING ll WmM it Ivy Kril itau PMV pu .,. Ill NA.... AODIIII 4NIW
---- -
: M MPCMMIV. TMM MMMr, 0** pm will PH 55.5.S. I.N5.
mad. later in the session if the ITALY IN GAINESVILLP LORD BYRON'SDUTCH .... Apply ta pirtar ta MWWMm ,.
Olrw TREAT COCKTAILS /WMls| AMtarimM 5 4 Mtar C*. *.... SON mil M .nl,|....
need A vote of by cmdltllgnt to m, ..II,.,
arose. majority M5t.S11l510." H5_>M.*. MIM, 55.5. 5055151 I. 555111155 MM
rol MnnN5or. N ,HMylMANAII IMW. Unlv' A... r
the House can change the rulesat UaUIUNT OPEN 14 HOUKI A PAY GENERAL GAINES pi AMI MM Mill IN/I5/'jilt Mrt Hvt I Pill ,.,_ 55.
.IIKI..,," III L_... PIIH. STEAK ROOM M'... Pr 4Mtl Orlriul** ....- .... _Yo 4500 0154551. SIM N,04I
any time. .nd I/11P d/1c/e5" SANDWICHES :: 50051 ii'F; ,.. iirlnp, U' Prim* sod CM.In -...... -..,... 505. tar KM NMpiMrtrl ti...
Most of the SIN H."'..... ..I/N1n. 5n Ped'.M. CORNED .n, TUn.y. ....ii ........, ta yur ,.,.. TrMIni PM PM V'I .".. t.irn. lwv MM. ....
proposed changes to-lass C1..d, PAI1IAMItCMItl. 0 aP .555 ....III MolIdly Ins. .. ,..| oa WOKS Mid rwm H ItrtwiM l.lrMIWMl .
would, weaken the grip of the M.YL LxwnftrM M I PSHELLEY'S "fie NW IWi .l PI ltll M ..,. Mrln 1gv15.rC551 Im, tM NO im A..., VAtuei u coMPLeie"" QUILT
HOT ROAST SEEP SANDWICHES HHtarnt. H. CN455555.. :::.TI-: = 550 =::
Rules Committee on bills ap. Now Ofl.... !y5.51 NKI" ITS W Unlv AvlIM COCKTAIL HiMl ,!* S.P..tS
NW III A... NATIONAL Ct.- 'Ivriftoy N e..Mi Pool I
ALAN n Offlc l,ulpn lMMkPl
proved by other committees M.ml tar MUvrryHOMI LOUNGIS 11.1. 451.5 ..
MR. SANDWICH SHOP 55 MwtkHMIM I Kr tar MM. m4 Mr*.
having Jurisdiction over legislation. M CirolyH ri..> COOKING PLAVOII ">*fy Iliri Pf ,..nllTMI k. WHIM MM mM HUM 14-h ins Nile Waslad
The Rules Committee has CMckM' ... font ItMkimptolt 'rv'r. IOUNOISMIK HAL ISTATI FOR EALIa N 55151 M PiS'i 51fool.
ADVERTISE IN THE C. ........ frffi H c.ntN A__. loH AWlH 4555 005, 5.e 55.511.11. 'k voca.IO''Uf IJ II
no legislative jurisdiction. It 5455s5 5501 5 .50 .5 PM iMUIHUIIy" DI'tarpM ,55505 55MUsS 550 tty ,.... te p prpnnp flur Mpor 005 5,15 555 1555115 'U.UO.5 ..,..lIaI
SERVICE DIRECTORY: TOwN HnUIi 'n..U..NT Orinki A. VM LN1 rnn tl LIlt tar NN 55145 ;:: =-' : 55 IWMT. MlWr' I IPI
serves as a legislative clearing new .w 1315 II OlIOS "w lilt 51. "It .11IIII.. 55 W55504.5 Ps.N0y 5454 PwwaP5 /ew 5',., .:-r.'M.-:

house. M MMM tar ailsa THE 555 MmHHT 1 450501 If 551515 HMVIrp;541 joJMMMtAOIO" .551 N I w 555 0550515 ..-.....
Most legislative measures CMIMM tar MW i 53 45 ps........ "455" II PISN

cannot reach the House floor fir OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE II IMI "'... SMUinmM .551451..HIPI-TiM" 145.5.11 Mir 55151.s r.Ty, 5154.1 nnVOUNO 554.5,1. Call *01505?.

R.0.w.. ..* WfiMMlft 501. ,".'.' 5515. 514 NMIson.
a vote unless the Rules Committee CALL 37M411. Out d Ties PrwrMM .., _,... Apply S '10. I.... 5555 .5.5.1. 05,
approvesThere are SON i s IS A... .551 5 .5555 55 55505 545551 lor .
ways linlMw, PrMPUN ,.... COUCS$ .. W N. MNs N. 0.11454 Mews a.Nsy 5.d I.P.5N ..
under existing rules to bypassthe .1 RN/55111150/ loc_ WAC1MAS55-:-14.11 I.5 5055551.. 5555. N
.SSSq.Mal.1aS Hm .
KM 115.iO'Weh
committee but they seldomare 41 'IIUM 4 AVMM 1,05 4 M55IIw54

effective and the committeecan Sun Walt Ads Get ResultsThis At C *r4 Prestos Ml*) 55.' JSr./r 1101 P15.OM,1155551.' i. M .PINK.,. Ti.A.a W..,... ,.....

delay House action indefinitely RINTAL1 NIW NTH* N/.osM, Iciarf Nd5o5Mlell "aULD ",.. ... '" _.51 .....

if a majority of Its memo ...1 c..... Pnpwtf ....... Ins II Sslen415.551 -v 555111 55710.50 5 .1Y.55515.55. "50.5."/ W.... Pr1.W051 .

bers want to. a C.II MM tar 5,0. SUN IV MBIIMMKI. MM ..,.."Ie.ltltMMvlllf 5515. 111171. Vl15' 451I51. :
41 PurnliMd Aprt .1554" Ie awl l..

The committee headed by M UiXvmUhMApt' I' .._ 0 h115rw...".

Rep. Howard W. Smith D-Va., # HMM tar It... P n. IBM ANDELECTRONICS "'IIO WLL 'IJ"NU. CIJLl'lil

Is clmposed of 10 Democratsand M HMM Mr IM VHhn. .IAV. UtATI HAMCLAMII

five Republicans. Actually It_ tar IMIII ._ ... NOW POUMIN PIOINNIN4I '
Week'sl IM Ml* MM4MfMMWI ,.
0 1e45 .
50.1* 5445555 N .It.M.'t'
control usually is exercised by II M''''. lOTtMPA II.,..a.1v.1.5N,. 5.55/0,..5..._.v '4555.455 5. Os'.. -W -Oslo. A..._ PS elMS

eight Democrats classified as W...,.. T. IM ... ....'"1.- _'OY lot :: SCH's 5C + "
4.014.5"5. MS 15,55. I5 N loss, Ma 5, A 111 i s 1/s.
liberals. I a..irwr. Waited ...... M 0...... T... tor II l I II onic' DM IMMM 510151. aS'S 155.$ .10411. l01I. mn
Before the committee was Wffimlf ffiD[ 5555 5,51155. 114.5 U1550 Ra//
\ .5
enlarged from 13 to 1} membersIn ADS li ysu:T e0.In51fAg M I 5551115M 5411501.H55 C0u555ATTINO Estate Ex.rn

early 1961 a conservative 5504 ISM--slit 5014 sod Sass. Pow 5tW PASS News .....
coalition of Republicans and II 5551150, 14v1cmN 415"fMf, Mr, Vwr.MM. 10" 551" lilt 55 'III V1-

MMM 55efes.5sN 5555)55 TiwnMV frx.,, M'N.05557 l"ta M ta 11*.5CIVIL ..
Southern Democrats often domInated .1 .....><>., 4 l r*'>.
5.41, t TV 5.551 ""
and frequently frustratedthe \ Special M AppilMM., 4 rmihin What Goo; li" -5,5,1InIHe P15I .11..51 PM 1 N.n1l- Nw

House leadership. :>v trMMta Mnrk*. "| wcrxwM .
Ability Without .... N. IM.iesva
The conservative grip was an 5 -
but broken when the member Opportunity 111CN5N ....1. 1tNn50
Otetr..II' 5015111,4' loP 155.l5 .. CMTW* C,. MKM
ship was hiked. Since then fH. 17I-14M .....-'..Itv.. HI4II MIIMrMil tarmwt Homll IUIIMM Cir>
House leaders have found the Hess ....... .11. MMWIIIU4Km MM, lit W w>.. A...
WANT ....... 1.10005,1 h..... --.LUJ'-
committee more cooperative. feeClenHied 5.l 05555.. .1..5 .,....
-rI; ,...-- ........... 1Ma..... 21 U'MfMk 0 t* HMM
Changes designed to curb the TOYS '0" It ..._ _".... .11. "
OslyDEADLINEl 5.555"505 51W..".... ..-
Rules Committee include a pro _m. __ It ,.. PONY M 5550. I 44505 W55 4M,1.

posal to limit to 21 days the '--4'" "50r"..,...555514..-. eIN at 555.MM40M P5l I'M.5.S, sass*50'111.554_W_ 55555155

time the committee could delay JJ p h5a..t....liN -CA .vei.-teM krM.7i1TtT

House votes legislation ,_. 5,55 P, 5,5515 e..I5/ O."-, PITIKI IM.. HM
on approved .... S.PL eW 1150. 50115 -H.I, M.I. If FIeIe5A155LIIw "lMM fit
by other committees. '"- tut Announcement
too 55. O,Nile NOW V .
Should the 21-day rule be reIn- P. III Ie es III ..... sass'fl .. S 15 P ... 15 55 M.5.550,5 AIMy c.,... yew IMM tar rMrMlr ta MrMHN fiwi'"
stated it undoubtedly M s e. 550. ,im W MO. AM, '5 5.4 ... III 551511 5e5.
next year PIT Ml ta .Ip I LOST 0 FOUND ** P*"* ""*. .... It 1555' (44 W/M CIA
P p* MM. .
would contain I safeguard giving PMPT. 1. Ce.cslIN MIUS N .. 551
I P" 4MIMMWWH. ... 5.lses.551 .. I 5515.
I LOU .V _.
the speaker power to veto a "" M 4 *M., .r naniM ....- Ml II H 5 WI4 -"Ty\A 5554, MMIOIII.* tr AiHI '.._
legislative committee chair 0155 05155 5555 Ind 114 V MOfLLtR, NW itn Mn .
I *m .. 055 N r 1 5 ... RiALWR MM MI im
man's request to call up a bill FAMILY UTnt 'r1.-: .... A5i" 0055. 151. "" W "" ......'* *"*
N15"M .. ....M. 10 PITI 1UPPUI1
bottled by the Rules Committeefor III s..
S 5115/55 a5. .H r o7i: .0.sa. (IMIM I* w 50uItlR SO4Td iM/1MAN
more than 21 days. eland nwl from : p liMIM co..1tWe .ISMAN "IOH"O ewMW 4
4 N541511 555.5mN ti.. PfM...y JMI 15_yMo 555 __ M T._...'.. Ml V*. AU rM WfcMp 5,50
"Without such a safeguard 15..1155 SW e Sr M _/ ........ CMa 55 1505.4 bee .45.11.. N III JllftM Mki 7
a top Democrat said privately L.LIILL&La4.r 55... N0Pllss anI 1105,5 .u !, .455 551 w =
1.. 50.... 15.1.4 M paw 515. 501 551550.5 11/5 ny ,.i.trir-"NJ' .u.- _
"a legislative committee couldget 4.5515/5 15150 51,55 a 'III 4 flUJONAllIlO tUVICIMtMUM 511. 5"5115.51. 55.... 5055 5.CcM. .. 5114 Ase 1... 5054 N. 5455 50
hand and legislation I PNy "5050..5 4.t 155Nyis CW55was _. .._ HISS HtHttn SIN r.. 4 ......
oat of report ....."N 1555. III 5MMq.I
under from .' 0551.551.. 4y M ...... .'". -
pressure special 4LINES 5515. 5.45455 r- ..I S /ET4 l-PVCP/1s, I oil .54sII
groups and there would be Pit. irMIW IT MIM I 141414.. Ngle" w...... 5. 1 dr.r 5.ed150555
Peiott if IIJ NI. MM ,...* .....IL.. S5. ,. .N 50. I1'..
no way to prevent a vote. -- 55 5 5. 515l 5y "II Tiiio O.,.''' -01'.0111'< 55.50 1051 MONIUPP lee tan* ..... PI* 4>t..l*

U lAiy wAy iMek rM taSUCAJt 4.755 5.0ySS 50 -
12 poInt 4155 aid SI 0514. iHe M _It," III _

New School 10 5.55 N I ..... ......y Prep CALL 055115 505 W ..- a.5S.1 555. Cash In
.55.Ot' ..... III e 111' 05555 W4 51454g555
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This specie! geed en 515515 ...... 15.015 I
Dedication Set DAYS 18 Point 1U' '11 ru.L .iUi P SAL.Ii .1555 ......M, 1154 C5rl On The
5555 ''-' P., 15 1111..5.1. w
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$2.00 I above Item end It i1 .a101.N4.s: .. .. I *M OIK I. IfMM. H M<*
overt ..
Next Sunday 24 Point MBA IIII.. ,WM AM M I*w..w54.y.I I w AM I N 1k Motel BoomI

Dedication of the new Myra lo wee commertiel erfvtrtiiirt IM* M I MM* prpMrf PrM 0 S'ICIAL NOTICIItn'h 'Iflie.

Terwllliger Elementary SchoolIs l I s rt14U11J'1.'UiTH.d AVONCALLING .... Me...._...

aceduled for 4 pm. next MA0- 55. -, eWI-,s5MS Lie-wA Mol' 515.555 5555 0.w vise

In the school cafetof- enly. Each weik 36 PI.loop I .. We5.e CIa 1.11554 N M555s.M MM
Sunday 5Y .... 510. LNI 511 5555 Mr..
turn. f 1 54 55.115 50 5155 055104
Speakers include Jack M I MM ....., MVP..4uaa.YNM COM MM 5.55V .M WMl 545 May .55. .155 51
:d i new west e.1 /p.ci.lt I .) J M r- P<..*. CC _IN lOr "_' _
Moore and 1':. D. Manning Jr.. .tyKIDUilKCMr.. ...l.vIM_ tN .**r ,*5 ">mi. Si .4115_ 11m51Mw M.S ryr1w4.
Alachua School Super. hi ..1.511 M ....,. cad ,I1bg ..... .- 1_ TM'S .5c.
County 50.55. S 5.s 505 a5. 1 ..., IN5.ee, Ndd C... Asia w". P o. ... 4IS M e 555. P.1.Pm
and TerwilUger 5504 5.w.Ne r .le -
Intendent Mill IN Hered watch I. M1.05w 555 54
Blount. 55 150.5 51 551 ..1r 4. "'UUJ '.. .::-I 00_.... Fl.., w ..* Faa - ..
School principal Ralph .5Nc5 555. 150a5 a rw II 5r 045 .'4ii, .55.M'i ee.y 5 .1541155
Mrs TerwiBiger also la ached- 555 04. 1 r54 55 II SHIMA ,41154.. ,.. ... 4 w Si -
I I. 11 55545 .11 5 ,. 5.45witI 5.5 -.,.. W0155 ew 505
tiled to speak. i M. Went Ae Special) new.5.e111.r5155 M i.11 _1 .i 5e ....eeti I 45.5 5455.54051

Her Bishop Blackball I I 111..r5..e .. rScM5 _. .... 55.50. 1/ FURNITURE
son, 4..1 N .
vhS 50 A.1 ; 555,05511 Si1Me 555
and Ms family from Champalgn. -.. 14/1.5 UPHOLSTUYAIMItVltLI '.s5e ........ i.NM

HI, will attend the cermonies. fKone J7I-MII. | .... -- ... tHILDCMS" i .5 M e.Mv WvN1.5M7 dvs ..151.11. I.1.
N NaaNa .,. WM MNM M<> I
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The school/ IB IU first year Irrr 5551155 e. wMSnS. .. f '
N 55..15.515 IINY Tor
enrollment m's UrMOllTllf
of operation bas an -- ........ I ton a. wN CfIT 550
of at. with expansion .. .. ... 11I.. PLAY SCHOOL P-M immpiii.r n 54 MeeY.5 I
-. Pis 050I1MM
.af. 5,55 1. W w 51 --
anticipated ati4 y 11,0 5..N 05M_

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20 Sun Monday November 23,


Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick tip extra CLASSIFIED coih Person to person ADS ads ore for non commercial men telling merchandise priced

1 10 SAYS 4 LiNES $3 at bring$100 quicker or less action.with/ the selling price stated In the ad. No additional cotri for ads that require the full 10 day No refunds for ads that

DIAL 3781411TA Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.


10 PITS 6 SUPPLIES 12 Mobil Homts For Sol IS Hou.oo h Sole I IS Houtot for Sole IS HOMM IM Sale IS HMM for Solo IS H...... fop Sol.. I IS H...... for Solo

puppl... I '", .,.. NORTHWEST THE TIMEIS Aolh.r baaulllub Myrluk OIl ioaiFS NEAR GHi 3 BR. TiIabihhI' COMFORTAOLI
I CHIHUAHUA 2 50 .00\1 I.
ONL" 5 "MIS. Ibm dcwtln ant OUT- NOW AND WORK OUT THI
..d I _.," ,.. 'IC W.". TRAILER SALES end,, conitructlon ,In wlmMrlyLloyd jrxll LR DR Int'intck In. conv NW Met Compitttiy turn, U.'.. ly ownor. I *R, I Mmon BEST BUY DOWN FAYMINT
youth Sod lot isIs II' .w.... 310. roj WIldS.. MOM NAt .'. ........ Add' noor dSo.ralO"S In Kit 'tnctd ,. .. study 4 t 000. or .. .. UNO Tol: Unit. I A. lot "..,Ig. a ...... PuichtM .. 141 monthly" ptymtnti I Now ......, on 115117 woodvd lots
110.. film, Ltnt I7M1MICINTUCKIAN touch to Mi. py chtouni shoal In top. bldg. I" ihMy to Porno. Attncy l/i-ifK prko IIS.000, 11OJ." ml. I "brmt. I torn .0w ...",, ccvsloctlas. Throo
color .
70Sf = now CoilMyrlok 101. ... I
NOW. 111M HW 1100 T.'. 11. .
AtlNIATUR' DACHSHUND mobIl SloE.., 10' J 17 .Bolt. 10". SPACIOUS HootS by owsr. low t'c Ill ptr lInt Intorttt, loo. dining room 1104 four Ssdrom. .ftd tOO
PUPPII' AKC I DIM* 4 brown U O1 01...... owning. ultdfM ... 4011 p00101501. mull S. sans Is o IW 23rd It lot Will. iwo 1090100 I ""ho Nbcodlrq' brldl hr1I ...
I WMK old, tdoriblt pelt Worm w oxctlltnt cond. Ptrkod IN NIWBIRRV, I BR. CCI Hor OCALA "Moon- > an, I both. kg.Htco. bt otprocllltd ot IOOS HI.... Itlon: Rd ). Conttcf ownor totloct, i tot 5 its lot I. Wutwood 5.001..
colling for Hit by mono. M.no) COM. or 5l5t.blav, csllbos. M.ltltndf"BUILT, :Mil NW. sin WOIk 10 .
Id HId ono mot PH. FR --_ ond nWl rant ,.Id. Iqulty p501154 ooo It I Bedroom, I "blthl Ire living ItnotClll 50015.' All City ssvlIcas,
Sod loll uo IM ptymtntt, J72132 Do You Have U 500 on form of 1500 down w- Sri I loml" ,000 witS flow room lIP dining room. IN KITCHEN coo hut ,7.sm ... or N.W. 31th DraM, sod N W.13th .
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES itltr 4 W t.m.l SIN monthly. 372.1550S I... ttncod-in bide yard sisotwood 10.01. 0004 10051 1501rica. I BR, IH baths SMI tor lint "'_. Call 112..,, dill, If
BMutlful tovlbli. .,. AbC II... A RoomSApartment IR, I tttn itudy, double c... bum to mtchto, 11..2011 or MtMO FR O4i4tir FR a-loIS. oIl.Sr lowly 'los ISis "H" 40.0 pay.nwol Gladys Smith Realtor 114'bols nlghl"
Mull Mil. 171-Sill. 'o3r1 *R. on. wbunk roomy port, I..... room* built. mtehon, I ".M. or will 10105 tIll N' ION IMI W. Unlvartlty. '..
$25 "balls w Hit loti of clout 4 cont. holt Mon A-C 114500Ttrrtct. fl. .,..tIOS. Will 05141, 01545I.

PUPPIIS. Ill ..... kit tptco, will ctrod tar. n- or 5100 do.. Oil .... dIll 55 taM- M BLACK ACRES .? C". hou. follOw If ... I BR. I both, Clrport 1.,1y, [New Brick Homes
BAGLC quirt ot illl HI 'tin TtrHTM .
Good hunting 10011 er prtfc CilMr. Tor. Sod "ol i_ fit .2554.5ASY Chin I btdroomi I "both homo. $250 Down room bull In kitch* _,.
torBOB NEW 1599 10' wIlEs. I Si mobIl., House with htrdwoot 110.... httt Mon A-C lung 1/00 Ita
., wtnamin M Ff mil to Rent? to Soy. nIcs' Os owo. 3 II. 11001 down ...
..ppt. Es _. ilooll soivplStIly, ilirnIsN.d Only I ....... FI. 000111. iIOO NW 31110 (net. cloiing coit sod ......., $46.50 Mo. dn.SlId ,ROMMM.Ml 4411 'I g 111II T... St.pfsis FOItI,
Pitdwood Dill 411 MSI sin: ml md ti o Iniurinca.Rldgwty ..
WHITE QUAIL KI. Mobllo Hoots I for .pot Approlul, PHA 114 DM. 4 IR 1. J. Plnlty ami bttutlfulMltlng Conttructlon 11..... tr Uuttd nttr Ittphon Pools tcKoolin Ho15htoI .
Drmtd $ .11. (I.u HrftLlvt 4fN NW lam it an1311.IIFORI REMEMBER- No itMoniMt sIll ""' Itv with iwlmmln, till. 17t- 041. NW MCtlon-otK "_I, until mildt md out i I 4 __ bullIEs Udlo1ft
prktd Koordlng M C.ll Miry Motlltr. Salts f* .. lit CC* ....... ISOO dn. tor
you buy tot ut for too _trtl Says II buy lot ....' blocS _"rue'lon. lqulpm.vt, sisal. V" no
ago mil "ouantl'yHfei A 4.4071. ... ot nt NW Hth Pltco, "HiPll 1200I _1Iy. Ul par month met
ill M0001 Nov00. Avpvls. rtniai .
< AUcrtin, florldt. qulIlty Imtttly 31 unit to cnoott lr11.5llhlIOwIdttlhhpls : vacancy YOU CAN bAtS IIWI toI IbIs BARGAINI t-Uft-wirntr W. woHPMllor ....... 10015. In" 5114 hole ...........,. loot 5a0. POW from $700lswVw
S", I bom homo. Ctntrtl httt. MASON MANOR .. aI" NW lilt It. 11015 55511.CapiHsl .
1111 N. .1. It.
w ki
12 Mobil Hom" tot Sal.KNo I...,,,, COSTS YOU MORE .bull....... 11kllc"<.... Call",",.17.42M.R c.rport. sod 1 I*. Cintr.1 httt Wall ttctrpttlng wall btdroom homt tn ItndKtptd tot ..ild... '11I.N.W. .
Call Miry MMlltr .. I4.I7 foot Florldl room with tillfloon SPACIOUSlargo IV OWNER 4 51. I ...'" with' % 50,5.0opse
PisturIrli HIficrisi. WhOso than the ad that SuY DIIKCT PROM 1411001polce alloy, P0 41470. got log flropltct' Itrgtgtrtgt tlr cond, loIn. pool club mao.. m. Pill. I DAILY 11
so, I PItA =:;. radiucad, II. cammlslo,. wIt dan or cniidron 'Iou oughl It 500 ills 4 lit. btrihip In Hlghltnd Court /vl.,. buss
MOIILI HOUSE I Mini, mtcMn touipood, INVEST IN GAINISVILL pity room olrMdy 11.'_. city I ""h lsovb In florid' "or k. or. P-1V. IH4J ro.. Ill 17 Nl C"I m-I If V..71'"
4120 N W m: M. yotn In KM Mobil* Horn will rent iii I IH.r. PEA IT VA, 1)01 Nl ISIH T... 2 05. I ball c.,. 1"100.. 'II tilt roof tllod SItcOM lowntrIt Mutltul lindicmd 101 147XJIOLovtly _,,!ttls TI,?. P5 ""' .
171-2311: lu,'_ Hugh Idwtrdi Inc 177f7lIV N. W. 1211: AdS l till contractor and Mi wit nolghborhood Ovor 1201 -
hi. homt) Shown by ipoolnt Sq. Ft living irtt Prtad tt Mil
"SERVICE HAS BUILT OWNER, btoulllul homt for mint but drlva CHI 37J-43JI for Atpt.FURNISHED' .
not pod HoldS
what only
lilt" In NW Mellon. I block from MARY
12' WIDES OUR BUSINESS" 110I,.. Ttrwllllgtr .._. Mutt bo 1031 Nl, tit Ao md MO lbs but"r"l"TTobo"

vacancy COSTS Mon to be tpprtclttod (ill PR140M. A snaIl down _..I will ...... COMPARE! !
2 BR under $4,000USE BAIRD MOBILE you '"". mil naof I IR i boot
YOU THRU btdroom, ftmny room 101.1 .Ico 2550 1. I 400 payo CI loomo In convonltnf NlCompitttiy ....
OUR HOMES EVERY DAY loctttd tn lorgo cornor lot.oMIont I. REALTOR ....., oM WI will .rrlftQ. Is. t I I. .. ttrnlinod.Prlctd .
RENTAL. PURCHASE ntlgnborlwod convtnlontIt "'. owls. to ".'''.. Ph PR 4. It,SOI THESE HOME VALUES

PLAN BfOCMinnt until it li rented: 1:7 Tht aol Jomot ilwoplng Ctmptny.PHA lob, W. Unlvtnlty' Avo. IOnw...*r W. Wooomsv.I.allor, LOVNT COST BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE"
lowir hnmMl.t. down
.. COST toymontTOTAL lltBJI: Jd. :1011411 Numbs PR 4-4471 111) N M.ln st II you rood monthly ptymtntiundtr .
Multlolt tiltingAutcltltt
I IR CCI houM. .1, cond Swim.mlng UO thon lit Ul Slow you
_|-,.. Hntndng ..II. IO pool mombirtlilp tSOS dn, f W. Moollor, Posts KoitarCntrllt OtIs nkt I BR. I bath homt to !!
SEE in.n per mt. Mt if iwo NI Mtvt Huron DriEd JWK NW. Only SJM down PHA.
bo.uflful PER DAY 15
Coil u. about building : .
loth Dr or ctll J7J nat ,.. .
H. *tly' tt
DAD AND BRAD LARSEN SOIL alSo Ion und for .pt..
LAKI GENEVA MARY MOELLER IR, ctrptrt, CC*. t yotrl ..Id.ullWfUlt. 372-8404 UNIVERSITYREALTY
-._ TRAILIR GALlS REALTOR HC par 11*.. .. SI* par. diy Occuptncy' by Chrltt-. I BUY YOUR NEW HOME
'... UM down and tuumt 171 LASSITERREALTY NW LOCATION
011111. too 1 .mliii. SeP for only 117mot
Ktvttont H.loWl lOll w. Unlvortlty, Au's.PC 1st par .non II... par diy .... mo. Al.. furnllurt tvtlltblt Sod IncludM tIN following, lIla.badrovo DEFORE DECEMBER 31
t-un 1/41 NW 55in '... Colt 17..m.IIVIN. .
Own ovtnlnpt' _old tundtyt m.'or' I. ow're 1..1
L.ARG' botulltul loll In N W. HI ptr ..... .. UN per.., AiM' I UI. 51. batfl" two bitni, ctntrM httt ptrquofloor. 1111 N. Mill, St Ph 3774131W AND SAVE YOUR
EDERAL QUALITY ...11011. locitod idltctnt ft city "' ....ry ........ Built In olocaitcnon ., Plorldl room built Inkltctitn M. Munrot, Rolltor'
HOMES INC.rMi limit wilt ptvtd ItrMi MWtr loOparm." UN ptr diy _I. hott PIRIPLACI, buSh ctrport inn A.., I. I. McLiughlln, PrintRoby. HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
Dm: 81 Oilnttvlll.' city wittr. AIM Itrgt IcEs ..., I on booutlM SOt 1W"K*. S17.. JUST OUTSIDE CITY LIMIT utility room slId mmy otntrInlngi Roy McCtnn T. C. Doug/
W.It Jormton, Mgr: obit on wtldo ...d ""'I"' '''' M ptr .m*. .. nil ptr. diy fOIl IM IW :15th PI 37140M.Itfw.rd. Iptckwt. I IR I both homo k. Ibis you will Ill.. ,'" J.. 111h113111011111i81311511m111111155 MOWN IV ADVANCIAPPOINTHINT
north of Iptrry. Down p.,"'" turn Itrgt twlrnmlng' pool .. Loft sal togtmtr tr Ills' ONLY
CONNOLLY sod ftrmt orringod.Micoml 171 per...... tJM ptr diy IUY 51151 DI"ICT.......PROM.1..'""' "BUILDUno .._ of frt Itrgi, ocontmlcol living room RIA mod.rnkltchtn MOST Ittroctlvt'. sod ItM lIon 1DM '.. TM Isllowbns srI reedy lor 177 t. Univ. Avo.Ltrgt .
Moblli Homo balls, I.... 1 4 I I Homn, In*. ..._,. tlto comMrtiMt nomt for
$00111 TM IltIpIsieSlow. 00. Throe bod'......, NEW IlOlpiocy.
two bttht
bodrJlO"mobU.. ........, Mony Ill V a McCoy J74-72M. 171 par .,n. .. HM ptr day with 11111100, $ IboahtcIoq, trIo _or. 1500. 15001 OIlS be NW. Florid room, willod S Itrgo Unity. 4 ... 4
'-.. .... t yur IhiHKln, OSlO: H. W. IllS A._ UMd M Study, .....11.. room. bills u living room, ttmlty
Hugh pitlo ...rboc.... MODELS : :
MomtMn-Ltw .. Ocowtncy (72 SW. 35th ;;
wing L. lot Woy
Orlvo out todoy I mini touthtt RAILROADSIDING OSGPSHmI. git ptr doym ., IM. 31"";i OtIS M d".. 1 room, ? dining room
tttlnoivlllo' tn U. .. 441 Ph.W CoIl ut for tppt ft MI mil df only. By tpptlntmtnt (ConntryClublltot.il' dlntttt Kntntd porch ....

OWI LOT ptr ..... UN oar. *., -YOU ASKED ltt.400.BArfOAINI llr.blo. proptrty Llll THAN LITTLIWOOO ... with poillbl.vwy Now Opon 4 IR, Ill btthi .... Pit k"dIOft, ,. baths 005'
tot with low 10-6 rm SIlO tddltlontl tnttr.tilnmont plrttly' tlr, cmdltlontd ill
commtrclol Mrmt dI from Doily
HAyS 1 Itrgt roc twntrfor
railroad tidln' *. will tnct bull* III ptr "mo. UN per day FOR IT! I MM thru bod......, two "btthi Villoo Grim ..... mony lu.> built.'M tppllinctwondtrtlil
WYATT- lvi 10 soUl ...ont. Olol .'. Incl down 171 .lormonth .. .laos living, room. ion 11_., wry tttlurtt Very oxclutlvtMctlon pportunlty fOr nlct roomlnbutlntn
Ibis t ill.
tory ...... F" 64407. If I ptr m*. .. Mil ptr diy $65 MO. room, I bath In good ntlghbor.hood. I > lEd plMunt porch ..._ e....,.. oM SOvloOlpOriry'lois. I70M dn. ond llttptr 1100.0 0006 _ont lor

Trailer Sales *y OWN**. btwllhjl ._lout lot UN par ..... Mn plY day 2&3 BEDROOMS Llrgi living room dining CRIIKSIOI tblo Comtortiblt ill. Avilltolt. .' .rtck .54 "IOC'' otntr month tlnmclll. Will tr.ongoo dlicuu "proptrty, Lot toproilmittly .
ISO X MO Ilkt" prh/lloot (or room oak itrlp" tloora, big com.fortiMt i very 1 551,01mb 1 "boIls.P1011,0 mtnt. IXC 0 lnr-ohoM
boating lId timing." 200 Ilk. SWart tcrotntd porcKt I.... lot EOn mnonry homt tvtlliblo now -.. ) convtrtttlon Mcttury flrtt.
Homo of Ttrr 17t-IIO CALL 378.1411 S G...... I C.rportt ly .. only.IPLIT SpacIous, roomi throughout (mmtcultto All' city coivsolrncsl 5,4 5000. 1310 NW.ZIthA.t.
PMrnMior Mobllo Hornt condition. thnt ......
-Ih..,. Mid Alntrtwi, 4 ACEIL ill or ,.rt. 0000 per ...., 0) PlMttrtd wills I LIVf llg living' ?room nomb two btttn, bttutitulhtrdwood 4 ."., SIt btttn, liooo ......
'o"'c' 00511101
Trtvtl T..'_ lJOII loOn C5ll "'ro. .11". 17" TO PLACE YOUR I Built.In kltchtntT.rr.HO $ l.mlly room, built-In kltchon, I floor. Out of townowntr iMutHotty UndxtMd.llnttvlllo lit: ptr .... or I70M on ond
:Of bttltr'fi Pint Moblli Homo ::1211. .o. 1111 I. ::11."" Only lloort bodroomi I balls in MII.IM lotChimilngl will comldtr, ytur omspIlilly sow 111515,0 for 1131 mo. Norwood
Unco IllsSIlos
I Vol.05.. SUN RENTAL us.sal wIlls tucolltnt "'""" ono,
.., .
TUt Spring, .,.... C h vinltlo.All
.. 3300 NW. 28th
.. PI.IIP.
.7 S lor. J.W. North on N I Hth Itrttf Isis .
Jli34 city ulllltlMlidtwilki
SOIl In O'vlllft molt t.- .
Ont tcrt
o Ottlt. Pll. WANT ADS S CALL I. Nth Annul TunTtwphono ., 01 .' I0.00 "'.. Oil" Hope


RIALTOR. $11,250-$12,550 1.111.' ,
,...,.... MoMit Homo firS Ill W. 001. 17..1231 3l N. Main II Ploors PR 1-tc04 36th:.
4 Mlltt North on 4 Hum for .
: : O Nomt. Mgr. 14 Wtftrfronr Proptrtyivl $100 CASH VA .... I. fill" H"10 Assoclsto Ploys" MlthliMn, Irtnt .....11 rODG BOIRS per m..lII.4UO .

? Phono" 4U-I44I: AT COST P5cM' .d 1",11.. AsEmlIhs, "'KId"-; : Pit II N.W. I9lh D. We Trade Homes
IXTRA HICI O-H., I *R, lortUCor 101 I. .. 1I11t. LInt Ion Orttfln 1
51. I "
0 M tern or iwo front, mmybttrlng I Lowly" now 4-IR Horn. In MllortOtrdtnt. $395CASHFHAHUGH I 11I10 IJ50 dft..I7I
'''tnt;,Plntncln. tvtllto poun ,. AIM I tur. m mi.Oofc.mpbos.v j MCKINNEYGREEN per vs or Property
Jlght PEsos tlt3Kfor
nitfttd lOON wim doc ltd two 411. raullful woodod toll for
4119 H.W. 19th Dr.
dtttlli will pump. Mitt .." ... On toll Drlvt tround ""' .. 172:
... ALL
,.. Inquln Ltwit I I bill, 5350 an. MN OUR HOMIS All
Lobs Sontt 1331 tr 171-M21 .. ,..
... ,. Tor YOU WILL JUST
:MOBILE HOMES INC. Corntr 101. It oak Iron "Inch 1. INC. RIALT000I1E.AREA NC IA I I 0 ts
eaS.r .pKillilna' InLAKC (p tia: II.
NW 13th St. it 6th Sr. pat. PROPIRTlilACII. rtf, itovo. tult waihrr I'"1 X(4lfl'Jeve"pllwII i.
44] N Limit of Mtlroto d',... "'.100. M "' 7t;. NE 15rhStr..tot I -noi or PR f-TW
at City AOI I mlltt No.
N E. 28th Aol. ,rhroo .. .. I ball, M"'SON"Y
S*. ai for boil buy In Galnti.villi on milCANAL |y OWNIR I BR, I boIls houw In 376-797J HOUR Fu''OII.d' IIS.IOO- Tht Pow.I1-3 '.. 1V, CO.

;. ik for our ipoclol dl,- LOTS KM1M ft on Ortngt NW ..PU.'Ion.. tor J3.bortwod isIs l or IHH. Good NoiNoog, Cill PS ..1117Jp. btth. oak floo... carport, Mtmbtr ., Horn ',,1101...
Phont < '
court* prlcii. W* cannot and LOSS nttr CroM CrotK. Prict' HIGHLAND COURT MANOR Mil control lost lull trick on .UN w li.imiT '
Ill THAN 51ST. 3 51400101modsot N* 11th Dr 4 U. I balls kit I .TOWN Allocation of
till Jl t be undtaold, cooildt .1230 horn. cooo.vl.0l nolgllo oquipotd, control' httt. Low down ,Thli 131 100 ft. ZONES 5 Rico wood.d '01. 1514 our Itdroomt ono Two GtintiYlllo
quality. Fhont" P5 1.4111. Low down tavmont to "'''''''. 14.43 ptr ..... IIKOI BUIINISl by U tar proptrty Immodlltt I to* NW. 34th '1. 14000. ..'h,. 1)11 NW. 17th

23 .,.... Sorvlct Exptrlanc IUMMI HOMIU RlvtrLirgo "" .''IIIId bu.... Wt boos ttvortl, Sod I... ."Incl. Clll PR l-SSt-trPR .- For III ptrtlcullrl C.ll PR, I. $500 down $1649 ,.. llvd. Built 19.4. Small

OPEN B AM 8 PM "mouth t ot*R tuwtnmo, CC* lumplot.ty to'choou'LTY froTh ASSOCIATfl' Clll ALACHUAR 17H44I. I3M1WISTWOOO It... sow I Si. I :N'7. month.Toko, D_" ..,,,,..t. Priced for

,CLOSED SUNDAY turnlthtd, lirot ,llrtpltct' tUMn AwiW n. I 50111.. 0 I cor torpor!."SSI'm : COI0OISI. C011ril ._. ,,_ P. K. YONGE AREA Quick Solo.
_IllS 55 lOll I 10,00 WymltTOrni.sO. 1101 NW :35011 T... 50Sf Ills isquallllvd Mt It I IJII NW Hit 0,. 11015..rOR ,Mnonry I I, R. I SoIls homo to. Tw. Cholc. Loft
lbsb.vn'lvI p.'Id' "' .. low down ptymtnl martboth collont:: condition, RruMMbtdown : ckole of
buys wilt FH" tIranc.IrO. avor Irentin on 13th Strut
:.OVUTII' III THU I.UIVICU 1 P0,5,11 Ui *llt ilvt 3714612.PEIPICT Sooner lateryou'll
5 One firm.
Iolltr ptymtnt or
vor 'Oo pay 99 bttutilul brickKinfibtrry
"I. sod 13rd1 A.. Look.In .
DIIICTOSY" 00Ic. 51051111, Coli. Call m.lon 159lpNt. POE LUGI PAMIL'f it m 0 W. m (t. mown tywpolntmtnl "" ,
komol for loco

-: iN PINI' FOR 1ST 3 bid'...... 1baltos. LIII I ntw. bo.tiIW'ln. ltdroom. ACCENT ON VALUE tlonf Look ot thoiot H.
: WANTED fJOO .... .ftd It_. 110Ori''iI Pour Ill ehtlcoirtnd I kom that would k. psodboo.otm.sst want a Butler
mo 5.. I inquire .1 Norffiwol 1,01110 521005.looms. I I hoi tIll locillon-right by Lttttt. $9,000 to $30,000 proptrty I*.
loll Pb., N. W. a3d CI. wood tchool I .. S. I baths Pit i I
room kltchtn comblnttloncontrtl

POND CYPRESS LOGS UT OWNS" I U. I 5101. ova,, nmr. .11I... bod'...... ho.1 Only IIUOI Thus sod! mtity mort ord I
Sown ..III... FH" 0400 4011. two "batS brick ........ ftHMMtodining Con M PHA llnoncod Vw .. 'ow .. I voiloblo. Bros. home. Why
montn ... it loll HIm room Fl........ IUOOO.Ttrml. mould' Invoitlgill bttort you buy No
. 8-Foot Ungthi Only II. in-isti: N W. :Drd Cl. Ctll PR Mill. MoneyDown I JACK DI TOT I
Rtgiittrtd IrokirI2JNW.
.' soy MAPPINIII 01 ITRITCH MPhono _, lIIon ..... .11I1 ASSOCIATES onyourlot SOIls SiossI i
: 6 end up diameter 'O .. 1'101 00v5ALACHuA 010011.0.. TIlls bod...... los I I I. Prod Guy J.,.. lutttrworthtl not !
: delivered Yard Marietta onUS ;:; :: ,: ""h" IM,ooo. N. W. an ct. :: J. w. Otvl. H J. WlltuilrtMullltlt 172-2111 i now
Price $41.00 our 110000'S, IHCo11I LiltingDUPLEX iI
: 90. For further Information call Ik DoBllouat I744UI itiutltul AirS Loft. N W. Mr* Monthly ,.,,,,.,,to I I
HumS O,.." .. O5rY ...... Ct. little
. 389-0366 er 359-3711 collect. pro,. I ".M. 0 PM. .331 N. as as
W. NPIComp.ro '. fACADE 0' SOUl MObIL.oalitt MODELS
Dandier Lbr. & Export Co. coot with' t* omtr $ sod 5cdoIty. .... ...... $56.00 ALL CITY SERVICES
. _,...... I "ball. fully Sir, and.homot. IOftI .OIu. 11001 DOWN w"l buy tIlls .01,5.'
Jacksonville Fla. "YOU'LL BUY IT IVIRyTIWI T. D. TITIOulOPC 1Iv. I badroom m..ry dv.110 Stvtrtl I now komt ..od, I I
.- I.." 'mtdoll SIJ.77I M 445 11111 5 mallOW, I....... fA 5111. for Immtdiato ..(",."<,. I Now Open !
your lot. CALL UI FO" D.T.LL
, .-- ---- -- ITOt DOWN kwtly, I badnom Ills THE JAMES CO.i i

lot4Sn.Ibath Mm slut loll moionrv SEmI Northwest
tcttod M Iht NW lacllon-ONLy 901 Wold td"Phono i $12,250 up
Pottnlltl ", .,.... SlfctM.HAT 372-2527
A'A.O S..A'I lt4 N. W. tth Itrotttn ,
Ivtiilnai J72- 44I
anTRADITIONAL. I kadraom houio I Estates
on llrot
C '! .. I N C oslI lsvdooap.d 101 .fool 31 ..IIN '"lId... olKtnftkorry $400 DOWN FHA

: I( I A c: II A 'T r. Gradyl SmIth Rlollar1m from a.inMvlllt.' OWNIR/. WILL. Homo I NOTHING DOWN VA

. w. U.lvor"1y Aoo.' F1N"NCII Cuttont kullt fcomtt p.. $100 Doling Coif
T : -
1. TII'OIOOII st. DruM,'" 1 tT.I 1 i' H IOMI ON LAKI4 bodnam.I MulCHEdlioutifully
J '* both, contnnporiry horn, on
' 7. TID/"ol 3J FeboU t story 4 btdroomOn IMt Kilt tutild. city limit-III' wooJoJ loss $7516PER
t 'H !
U. DI.lrlbe Eng. It... lot In DUCID TO Ul.000..ARf FROM MONTH I
I CulllYlted S5.1.lgniJ' A I. A T t A \ II N 0 Ootlrtbo flnloy trioConvtnltnt All City dtnvtnltntttN
'or comlorl'10 5114 L. I story d Saloons. llama III
lanll 33. Nam I.' Ll V L S. n A III town 11.'" .....'..UN* I* "". OWN' MACOMAHOMES WALK TO SCHOOLS

meaning Is P 'U' i D II IN. COIIUrL Ctrtllni Novtltn MUST IILL.I MAcI UI 'N OF- OMOttmtntiItntly
rils010l anGladyi PIRI
watchful 1. "r'IL'T.MAV': Smith. Rtallorl INC. I 4 BR Brick Front Coloniali. Now fissishlssl
U: :::l :: blrcl SOrtltsssl 101.1,5 II 05,055 ,
c l tIES: W. ....
U. II unlvorilly MKMod to tlw ....
A H C S t M A 1 I John Merrill THE 'JEFFERSON"Chtrmlngly
I /
11.Arr.' J8.Ccnnaa MOVING OUT Of STATS IN Mdm not. of H W. Ut* ItnMt Price. $15.825. $625 Down
l'.Dlamnnd tribal region I". "M-IH 0 -II. V r. IK* I do not mitnd to n vt Realtor too. tMcM Hum If N W. lOIN

Slaueibbr. 41. Blackboard I : .. (SolatlnG Ie Sund.,'. Puzzle) .UNSOLD....,...... MOUS Clvoplltsly or mtvo fiupiElstlidI. my MubtIpli Llsll.q ulonltl' ........ -

2 : 4. Cloud Mi NW ttctlon, I I*. I ....... .. Phont PR, "'414 Hilt homo for h) niiad wim' anvonvnctt -. I DIRECTIONS Drive West on 16th Ay*. Turn
DOW car moil now nomt with control AC AMOCIttMlMoral griclcui contom.poriry
S $0011015 T.Sagk 4 H. Too molt nlca ftotunt mdfurnliMnf "It PvdlW living' Nolle tht will I i Left on 38th St. er 39th Ttrrac.

: J.H.br.dr7 d.Io'1omJnl ip5ctot .. Toward be to ....1_ DO NOT H. luclininnM 515055154 15O1 i00 wills I
noeuurs DlOIIalalA IIItlllDen coIl 0111005 750 Oil sflsod illl Ootn All Day SaturdayI Itvndry. kltcIMn, ind ptntryItortgt I
0 2.0perada DlOUth 1110. ...m..... Inc, NIL. 15055. htndy M Iht Mrvlct. Os.hiowl. Butler BrothersBUILDERS
. 2'. Cr.lllAl'kt& ,1a0al 9. BakIogd1ilI $4000 009100 sO .,....., now burl.Isur. : Th... tn throt 550'ours
pM 46. Cosroct 1010111 100I1Blltr Itol. sasb.v ...... 4V 4 .ta'room Mtotl In win ouMandlng cloMtficiiititi I Phone 376-5194
., 47.Appcar. 3.Lo& ll down to wttar bIas Ill 50005 SHADOWIAWNISTATIS pin twt fun mod'
J7.locapll1 11.bOom poI. 1541 .broIls,' ISV IlOIlO 54005 wodObSI SoIls md I _... droning I
be ..Study Moe "We trade home
, 10 DAILY
laos oqclly' br 52005 sod mso.na 0 trot Hi NM masts tultt. If 1T2.9S4S NIGHT I7.W.What's .
29.l'or48.. D.,1nut TooIbIcot 18. Leaol proIlOll .... lOr $15" SOb II 1111. aPOWS. F. D. OLIVER Nil S 1511551. .Dobno Mom mIlls
'" "" coil J1f.4I11. OPPICINGlldMlu.i S W0'0 dlvb5 11511 .
. JILSoeCsd ItrM for Vwe family room wth I flratlKO
7 r r r r
r 4 r ( AT LAST
0 I l. 1 I. I' Jt.Pztvsbo, Will HUM Itvmt' onto tnt bttutlfut. chorry _II'".
. <*V DIMANO C OutlHy piolortM 4 tjanvI TKO ..- Was. II .... PouO '
IF 7 I/J J3. faundadaeH. m_'. ShiN, m MtKnad two cor Mrvt '
pertphfKogTaphct NooN 'dW."",.. It,. hoi rotvrno A otmmunlty yw msold IN sod nor tttla SIll I More Appropriate ThanA
Il iT la NartrraaM .Manilla, proud It Ins toDrlvo maui i dtiigntful pioct toIho.
r I I WITH .

; 1 U. Falaila* .Allllttell...." A.'.. put VTMl mo Oun on NV Spun. St kftntcttM. '.. 4011 IIIYI7IIII'I. Home of Your Own for Christmas?
iT ROM utitar. sillS
"P. IT I v I" prorlnc* d) lot non M Mlr .
I d> Tarratro ll .
KlMaaag* MHO.IAKLY The Charming
Formttt eabinoto
, : l' 6 fl It a. Anchor 5ld llmoo
'a ItAkl* a Air ctnwntnui Immediate Occupancy e 13,4QO to $18,200.f J
I .'.... 1'1111 AMERICAN I btdnami I btitu ButV.41N .
U .I,
1f 10. Chopping
1- ls4y 155 Cobol INc.SI Several Model.
tool FIREPLACE HOMI ssv. Ilk ...- Pislo Payment from $79.34

T----4 1M U.CaonlraIcompouaii: $100 CASH VA All tnc M .., rolwdhoarm .._ UcIud.4. 5410 tOW NOTHING DOWN VA
firtpiict oomitdforMly -
PROM room billIOn' tit.chonwiih NW im PI .The convenient north-

jJC :: ,. I'. 'I / 14. Bomh .$750 CASH FHA. brMktttt bar ($100 Closing/ Cett.) '
4 'J.MlBBOof 0lSNiy 0045000.4 _oi "PUNNIN8 TO UILO" .?, prestige address
S .>I 32 37 JI ,J$ I.:0 0.5,146 Nino taoryWI 510005 I 510 55I1.11m005 -
\ 0' valkuit9. ; .... ..... 4006514 10000. CNslpS Lot mu.lOoSe .
\ BeolcTc* 110 lbS Sol51,. ... 55 bisboblltoS' N.W ...... lictiitnf. tomH ut 9v' you on
44 41 IoU .4. 5555 .II WI.tII'IVIIII. ovolltkio.rotnwTiMn, I en contracting your' IIICIILViDCOURT

M. EmptorcrU. now cuitom horn. _
fi3' - 141. Tiorougli- HUGH CallGtraldcrV McCoyDoyF56.fl90 MANOR

I ( .L fane bbr. tom .
_ -
I ..7 I..j 12. [ oICDCt EDWARDS, Nile fR 6-501' Dr

Il- U. WUUaoli INC. II Ie- ., 6-6501 So," 0ffIc. N I. U'" .....

. .Porllmo27t- > 172.7079 MM llnof on* W *>.,

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Monti'b..1 IlOIdseIWY. Ad, 0144 (olaSiStePoOd ....... 115p

It.- Oar IS HMggg rW S.I IS NdlMM ,., 45 fuoceslsh.d .Att. 51 OH).*-Dt k s,... M... hr .... ;;-i C
71 MMhnl M..h.W'LL IS A.twMillo fr 11'. p II- Frlt, SpIed .tg .

Alt YOU MOVING TO OCALA" Bum '.m/l, I'OMI, } l Della wnor Mint' IrimhirrM It t.ocl 10015 '... Ill. II., 3l, .1100 cutsldc. .. IIM W. unlvorolty .Am Pint ClulOttkg loot, wed I moo. Cool DM till li.clao IS rocacocIbli p.117 IT" IMPAlA ..._ ....'. I 505.4. VWT95'7 CnvrOliFI nIl'

,.._vIII. win tll tr IrMtIhtt hoot polio' olr and.. pool. mm ,,,,1lyjlmllsP00o' 31"000'. Con J76-1502. IMCO. Air -. _.. tar IIM witH Mey. Phoot clwlc or tour tplnot or MnionEtior = C''K": : r;:;; 7500. aonobl.. 1505 NE SlIt 51;
Wail* I bodroom. I tIled borohlp, drooory rodbuilt- In .... oltHroot ......... JonlMrtorvko iTMoil 710$ dl 50.00011 14 W_ ., ,. -
bAllroom Ct homo. Lono Uv. chine coblnet mony ..".. on I .It W'lalOOOlOd. bIlk pocot. 11111.,, ....I.bIa. Call PR gooMgr Ipmot Plono trooo bottk Impel'. C.0lclibl0. Ill; V"VOLKIWAOIN:' ...0;;, C,. S
,.. .. 17 IdOl I..-.. I-ClMIM. POOL TAILI. coin tporotodcoot Ills CHIVY .........".... Mony
lot nun. win-ill titclrk. Mow mo. pit 4717. ftju MB ii. .. .. MambO 550MM 5 'lrl tot ,1O.Itt. Mvt gm wwiitnr Orgm wimMund condlllon.Coll Wad HIM "
r ro5dhilIoo OlIN' good
aid MM In kllchtn. Sclocydedne ... .... 5031 NW SIll If. 11"101 lIowll C 4 inotton, ekk Sb 517'tools. .lrn.. wot. Vt-ml prior. I P.M.w .
area. Piorido ...... Control III with,ALOES ottroctlvo of cl.homMlMI.," 10114, ..... 37335.5 ".M, 54 ImlMii RgnrglgLwALL Solid. Slala bills _end rock 0.m)110 Punlond olIN WI ..... 5 .._ Is IIImy FR 6-5619 woMdoyt lId ..,limo M

all _,. IN > HI booutl.ruily FRED ..... IARl" PIANO CO. Wilm-oW TRUCK equipped lor WOMOId
NEWLY OrCOUTID 'rT" CeIo Mil Wwt Unlvortlty
londKopod .... Chi In 500. slodsIllS and 0051)05 wl1" ...._.. too .0d. m W U..... ..... 3714011.PANOIaIId _'.... I Doe S.o.s 1.111 55. MUST IILL IV MONDAY '
,had lAced back ,....). Prkt ARNOLD XCHANGt lit 0dlIds. _..-. c... Sam.borty DAN BYROm8268. P05 It'. Ilatd III lcoacbo en Wow bani I sIrcImsyls Out front _,..... ..... SM StIll rltt TP.IUMPM 4*. ...... ,.....
only III..*, Contact L.. Wtlch.m 01s.t2U .. 011141.PUSNISIIED 01,1 IllS to w..... OIlS ISIS lAso. DORY 00.5 110 011101 H Nljllh .Ace Anytime.IMI hootor. toed -,.... lost oflorvrr
hr "'.11,, ,HON, .?!. REALTOR Homo olIN ..... Mvlty InOolnoivlllo. li7 ii1 ._ A TV tlttcMntnt I "K>rt tutwmt 10115111 01500 .. DoWIII brown, COMIT'l dr ltenderd treno.minion. ..... jw NW utn it. p* ..

a<4 DAY 0* NIOHT. los Coll WIllIS, APT. 'Olt 110'1 1 WIII.HOUS' Iso yw. Pod II tnltllMH Olroct' from foctory prlcOB. Mv ....... ........ WSW last, Mitt ..... i.
MaSS or Lot Jockoon Iso' .. wail ...,. A 1, 0004111.1.Id. O'vll" HMrMf ..... III ....
RHINI REALTY CO. INC.P. I4SI DOWN pnyllm Imnt Ttw RMlty con"01 Noalltm ,1111100 .... 5000 coN JIM AIInnlll 110...... ovor ttSO. Ordor now tor ChrlMmo C...., not J7HKH liter d P>.M.en 4* V* CLIAN :RIIUILT.CALL :
0. 'o. 10H. Oc.'lt- Dr'.. .... N. MobIl Pit Mt VjmOM 101'' '' Cal PR o-tlil MrMSMIR -
by ibis N'. Jlnd Acetic 111- > worttdoyt lid tnyllm OIl
31N Sill 0150001 Pbeos PR Ho3I or PR'dIll H ._. g PM I* I P*
TIarn St. IK Iwot 111Wttl View the' ........ el fold ..rtroc"ve 0e.coO MWM' tlttl'ltptrltMt. IPIOlIl. 00 wnIIs P O. 713. W004004. DAILY.
) I bedroom ... STORE BLDG. FOR RENT NUIPM4 It It !... O.vlI'' ,...
----171... Cometcomptoie II RMJ! 10.... Wgnto.or t.-'UI ii' : I DR
'. .....
411 .
W. lob CM Prod Itrlnf.tollow.
tr win .lot Par m MTtnt. with,' ,_. rotrlgore.tor EFFICIENCY APT5. mtnofrtm. ........, H .AV tin.tr SnKM .-... M WTimp. Inert Coupe. V* blue sod whit' *.
-. Pntnt K _" eulemotlg .,__. dli.PMel FA5V WANTED 25 Ii 101 ..'.. I SIP MO. 174-7411 IIP *. ttncy "'1<- I P00.l011.s,51orSMocM.da .,V AM-PM lunor. .... Ik AT, WW tin. H, 1 HItiit IT A-tg-ggtg W.......
ond sIr" ctntltlenlng win.TWO.ITORY wltO wltnout bA.. WIldly, I Mlrooctry .ccII_ III 0 SIll IIAUTV' SHOP POR hAll. 4tlr 105 I opoMir tvllornt M ill MchOtrrord 50). SOIlS. 104 dIll,? .....
WILL Mil tor IwtOUTSIDI's P0" RIlolitbod bmcn cay p.r. 21 .1100 SI 00'11I.. t.n 315.ey2Yoo I lOOMS AND PATH 'Olt IIIT'IIID Oiwnluwh ..... All tlnhirotInclvdo *lnt MKMM Ct. PMntIPICIAL 11. lyM A (....... Ui. OlIN torguort WI (501 *470100. .505.04 PotlO
aid atly" DCII 4.511. ..11CU. cIted slId Its poo osod dalonoI.ot WlIo 127 NWJlIllAvq, COU L'. UI Per *. Skid H roody torbutlnoit. 0115, Coil Cnurt 3tS14ljb0..L." 101,5?" 711.05 mOda I.S3Fcno1. 1 Cl'sorsi.le. Al 5.50405 550W

.c"lInI 15151)00 Wary W'III 050055 SolIdly' pam.e.d plus *111111155. COIl 01101 Itri por .,..... Coil P10105010., _... 11Io 1510 5123 'I IN ....- tit II 4th_It.WANTED _. __
.clra tidllflN' ull 3704147 at'ss.o.S 500004 soar 31 yowo. Pcnlcb W..... 11I_ C4 Iroast 15wPlty .
DII N' ill' To"re. colUItleol ...... M's ........ It Out If Tow Frp.rtv TOIlS II NICIOP. 5lyTllIl., 2'N .451,,, ,, ,, ISM III II T. Automotive fr Sportl C.ntl I
booroool. solnybtut. NJP140l. IALI, 0101000 V porhundied
Umlto, I IR CCI.crsiod .
city.' M porch, polio Is,. lARQAIN. P111.41 OUSI. t roomo .. lurcH.ao .. ... ..olllsIbll Nov. 'S'.. ClRlollirlIl Si lutlnoii Oppgrtmuht or II.M per ...... Well (Os-SIll' slit's 5.y co'o Clean uwd cori Call
toncod I_ u..eaoo.SkbI.
.4 pit. 7375 NW Ute I'. Nowborry LocitM sap unhnrtlty' and 50o5 I. aceos Ns.r Old Tm ,. .. CIIICross 0.5100. dadlill rooted. .._.. Atoll* Nur.ttry. 71 TRUCKS FOR SALE S. Sal SIP, 11.515 '40 Ic): Bob Adomi, FR .'I2S.
Rd. it lovlllof Nuriory.Com. ping unt.. mil" I IMroom homo City, KUT. VERY SUCCESSFUL .NUIII. h,_ 444 IHI. ... ",... It PublIc or eb look.or'S -- -
out or coll J'47O. "..| OhIO. cli"1' ''""O con.Itructlon. 4tl 4' Uufinosishod.. A... 5101)05 lor boles 5005 lIlIan.cia -w
Pull price. I7.ot with 40 lull..... Pr.putlslBUSINESS ) IMp 5dlll$5a C.'I PR 4. mill. TI mote .... Delivered II IMM mlloo good condition -' o6 R'Vfnu FOR THI CORRECT
.b" down poymont nd SR .... 51111 ole .n4 relily.It 11S7
t I "
.. ctoon. slId or MO ol I4M
*. Tim Mwy.Ml
194.14 Cell 411 Ml loo ot 13. Imlv. An
ear "
TARR1SHPRESENTS 0011I. Why rontrditioning 001101 5.1141111' .. III par ms.AlAy H.w'_ _N* ,,th it._or Loll PR,,t-mi. ,,,,, Lono t Amorkon TIME .
LOT III NW :Ccliv ... 31 l Wtnto1 t* lir,
:3SI4NW. lIlt AVI. 'ThDIb VACUUM CLIANIND 1} MrfCT. b ........ lId MOt or IMI ALPA IIOMIOOPVOor FR 2.1411
Con".1 ..., cad aIn ZONID .*.1. 131: toot fronting MNW dOploc.pdrtmlctlW Pot .... loth. 'HI ...... con.. lee
Wall "h llth ....... 15) loot In III Par mon,.. WANTED USED OFFICI SAFE Klrbyl. ......... llttlrtlui, "
: .JLCMl"l .I 'IN4 W. Unlv' Aol or MilCM. 5.
: Its1"lttcl 37"2O1.lDPPmllSlcu5.
.. lOll btodi. Call 376.'<166. ryOtUnlvtolry
arIa bodraomt. "" bcotton 'M tllwi *
ml o"arlo, ...,.,.. corgorogo. gl SONS: ..* .. ..... I Knot to 1101 CALL FR 6.8269. W"3'1'6-25'8-; IIM.O*. Contod D II. Co..ort. I IL 50. PR ...... lIla, CKrmltlN.

PROUD TO PRISINT Idle ........ htndiomoly" utuotod M t block it N w. doll ..... Prlcod 47 Himgl f., Rent 'urn.oioc. COINS WM4IIBAll lo. ,... C''''. Colll'tll', ,
now lilting two ably homo 'Inproillgo hill lido 5Il. (yoi 1 dar_ II too to Mil ..Ic'. Pan hill ...- Ml ... loroVon tltvorollort IACRIPICI. IM PIWMII. MUbnwillitt Mtm M. .t Slob A...
..""be,_. Ac,. Lot IN'.". Children con ".''k t* LH.XT I ScAlars call Pit b. 'ih,.., :I; ., proof tort ... ml TANG blustlIlli oosopIlc W. 14 AUTOMOIILI RIPAIUMAWIIPOWIRI 'M SoloS' lloctro.' 4 door nor*
Pour bodroom, l"t both, lorooliving !!! sod Wttlw d ......, I IR. .. II....... L.... $55070.CISOIO dAl. 40515.. < 4 '.'... .,_.. Pull .... ..>i> m tut ovorythino
room Wilt llrtploct aid With don lormi.IOUTM University Realty prIlsItt041 ....Im..., ofI .nll STAMP. I COIN SHOP tilt Slay ,....., wlvtr SIN A H... you 40 eli, 04101.MELTON.
toporoto dining room goihMvt poonlo' 371051. .""'or .0..... 1M. V._ WIIITIIIIIIO MOW
will It wtll) ctrptllng topgroto IDIIWILB SIll N. Malt I'. Plo I71.45JI ... W. U.I..IY "' Is ow 05040' ..... MOTORS BARKLEYMOTORS

Study glut' a .... Pier. Tromonooul 4 bodroom, I both W. M. 0011,0... 1I.'Ie' SMALL C. d.sw. 1100140 CI.... 1XiW\i 0PHQ(5I5lvtIalne. MOTOR CO..
with' tlroploco.. T .1. fully locip004. toll w.I. ,. ( ISO .. 01 lie ptopoa 55511 Mo* W.t7 .
Mo room tor lorgo omlir. Pnollrd, <4 H. .o.oM Gs.diP0157
homo 1.--" H Piorlot room guilt' inIm'do DI3liv- hoot. on Lab hole Po.toct 400% leo as so is' OleotIPb ..IM in H. MAIN IT. M urn
.,. locking for on .onocutlv ...IVI...... Mno rllhlno.Itfool .. 0sl0l0L plek.p Sod ..
you utility room.IUSINIIS ocr_ W 5 WT toned HP Won.dorM .1OI1T ; babyW Mrvtte. An work guoron.
.. Ivory
tor rolirod
lypa I'm' p0,01.,. Allrcollo5 01005 13,01. ""= tor g .04 I Ills ..'_. Idol, Cecil rollasd' or OOICII.lens. k.. II ..1. 01' dam a ,,_. 4155 -. _:... .-. ..Ill." 4 bONI onto polnllngJ "IN THE AUTO GAME.UKLlY'S -
N. !
wort sod baYs
5013001 .. tk Body *
CI. N- Sham' ,, ,. OP ci I. tel. NAMI
UNIVIItSIT" L..1y prIce No 'no .. Call OHMI.IXECUTIVI 10.1. boil combo i. 500040 cOld ...... Mil THE
NEAR I33Xoa men! fOr buUntiTproeerly inUnlv. WANT TO IIIuY NW ......... .All wort _. Volm Rated
IncH homo ..... living room A... It In.......... Oil DOCTOII1.--PO.O.PESSOPI. 10,1 ".. 375.515 Sf10 _........ S0050lhSiIlcly 111511I.05'NIe II Mowrnomo 50. 2101 N. M.ln St.
'.,.,. dining room I bodroomtI OPPORTUNITY CM --v---.JJ7lJ311..1.--! Lg booutllul I.. : HOT ''NT. Ill procololn' kltorlordlihwoihor $ 001 ._ FR 2-4171
bothi ... nko Pkjrldo 11_. m, ... : boordtop. WILSON'S EXCHANGE Died Cart
wo hive ....1.ARNOLD. front homo tor small dlKrlm. I moplt cutting IS ._*kllit Oar Sol.
A eddy which hi completely" prkvitl. 41 Farms fr Acr.. tooling tomlly ooulllully Mr.gont tront looting. HIM out roikl, Ill SI. Oil SIrsal P10.05 P0 5.0031
located on a ).,... woodrd 0141.4. 1 bAlls. Wall 5017,0.Ir. Ilk. ..w. ..... coit "... MklngIi71i _.ii. DNW--- BfrG MOTOR CO.
wolkln' tlltonco. to Unlvor. Ittl PALCON. I door. rMW ondMotor.
lot INtO OchIno from dock. ocac rotwllt Unoorwood lypi.
M acres, 10094. 500 A ptrm .t.lu't Bats. INdo etd 511.111 lit... is.olNos's iMOIUnl. condition, ctoonVougnoul
III "lorldl.lAROI I _,_ PI tin.CLIARANCI .
ally .EALT" COMPANY 4.11. 50,1.0.5 wrltor 52$ I .. Ctdllloo OMmggllg
.. .
lokoi .
I Idols aol ctblnt, 531 II raisIn Mwl MH M Mil o* .
P-MILY. Kilt tho dams MOltlpie' Lining Member In .Altchul, c.. Only IIU.ten. I p115. SummIt. dcci. $0, ill.' IALI tor. Coll PR. oUMIPIC"IA 2001 NW lltk St. fOIll..Ln.AUTOalL'
lill W Unlv. Avenue 171.Un ..... ..,.. londicopod with I mtdt. m'c"tiIlT': *
4 nductloni'
t both famIly room, .. trooo.Thli ;
d -odroom. Aiooclolnt Jots ._ kooutltul 'iow. cItrus 171.0511 RIPAIRItvtiiiy
RIAI.T0* ,Oponln Dot tot 'W now loco.tlon 114000100 50.
chlMront playroom, flroploco, 'In Jim' Ihwpird |o. Kilkmon 125 W, Unlo. 375.1114 ploco Ideal tor groclouillvMg Surly Nil Purnlturp' J14 -- 1501 CHIIV.L.II lIaw ", ouu.It' vnd fort
living room, boovtlhllly lintIXCILLINT ,. W. 11400 Jlopoly' $nooys Mull bo oron to bt opULLV > NW ills ..... Phono '11 4.4511.KENMORE LIT t KADI H. AT. .Ir 'mdllloo 70.0, GAINESVILLEAUTO (RIT PRICII
........ '0"- WSibO? 5loUdooO HOME & GROVE I ,roc'.'''. Low n01It 5130 p s IM tot AI rtlwm' WASHUNI.. 5110. P4 $100 It wll' I No AxrWHRIRJOUTNUN
1000111 id I 'r. ...... C.N.1..ss.I. DISHWASHERs D YlIII.! '..II.*!. M .lGl 015500? Si, IN 11541 call 43501 SALES
northo.il locttltn.homo ) II LOOK II 10 sores Cllrut e PrultCtmploioly ,. HA 101 4 DIIMW4IHIHI..
l5s.ds III'. $155001
$1111 I 1.4,00,0. 51,010111.' poocH Who M4000 will buy I br I equipped, III.tat. Trim ywr aIr _11_. 51505AI'IIANDYNSARIHOP NoleT'NCOLN. _ N. St. AUTO
1007 Molii
p r 11 o t 10..11) with lowdown both homo with Study, cent. dial AIM II prttty a._ 17.000.M I PURNI1HID 4 *R _.. SIMMONS .01. and 0051111OOal :; 10057 b.rdlcg PS,
poy-tnt and )Immrdltltgccuponcy. t A-Ci booutlrully ponolod Ir pent only HMO* ..,.. by county pork tn HW.M. TV. ,,. 1.botI.logulor 001tools's t PK MM' PI. .......".1.... ...... pslilct'. riion' FR 2. iiiNorthcgntral litot i unto
with, llreploce 4 ...11I in book.ohorveii Tormi en ale,.. w........,..,. LOOM required, islItroti ltd 555 ellIllos NOW YOU Ill tnloy' docAIbl; ; ton w 00.5' PAN slid. Florida til M MtW H.irtun .
kltchtn equlopod 1 with Coll) 1171 p.'. mo PR "401. SiftS lAS, Pud aloe 015 54110 Vt.M >>".'1 so 050151.IltiPly
LACK ACRII. Trodltlonol I ..... .llovo .1...... aol I.... gontryi Anglo Root litite, COX WAREHOUSE IMIUM Pill will wr LP Spars Pcry C.... Sod .......

room, I both' homo with living' lorge fcr-l t C....... not M. h. C L Angle grokor 41 Homo f.. font U>rgm. SAl. Ml M __...... HI Mwn ani wk'-%' very 40 as.dlblo,. lndpgndgnf 0lgr
room 'macala dltlIIq. room. lam.ly Outitondlng' londKOWngi IN X 0 J. .Anglo ..._1... MIl .. MaIN It PR .417 Ut fMnM fir bOo mtnmt. New 51,00. Now _If_. Will) ..
II 7000,0 WIll 11..1.... heeshoorodanlo edo lot ,ono. tchooltPOROYCI UN H W. 13111: If. Ploivo 315.4023. thRbodIa.m. on*" BoihTToSICO ; 6.OOIITU AIR CONOITIONIR.CtH .._ Arafttr ... PR. Hill om or tr. built M .,_. CmtniIwoi. ASSOCIATES INC. 0 tot. UC4 NW IMi II. VIr 111-'l4ttWISTINGHOU1I -
RIALTORI 257 ACRES .. .... Por "' _OI'on. pleas ; 'II--.I;;; 0001071.'II .
,' W. Unlv. 31"230 312....l ..,.. f .. M. "'". wnhlng. me.chine SINGERSLANT.OMATIC boo. 75' S30. AT Ill, CRANELINCOLNMERCURY
INIC..INStV'. 1 bodroom booroto Locitrd NW et Oelnoevlllt. Plont. Silo 4 Drowor CHUT, or 5.01 sflor. 571M0. 3535 SW
good 0.04111... scold .*.1. ldpbOsi00l01acIeONl loll FOUl room, IM .... ....'.. heulrg .. llli 4 lown CHAIRS *>i Occtlionet oitt ..... L" n. _ _
FORDYCEFEATURES bmk wllh' ennuol pevmonlt el ot tot. IW nd T.,,_ TAILl ... V.._ ii.D.cYf7 _
IOu) tee lemi 11.111_ IIS74 for I mere ...... Ill ocroiPrlcod Phong 3764827. Awu. 1 n* .... (Mi "Pvory.Ming ond ovordrlvi
.. ...... T.A-0 A"LlANC'iS -.. ..* 500 11005. bo.'"" V Itoh. ed
I. w. S 4 Protty .It. OlIN' Ml Mrtot
NEW LIITINS. Aknoil HM $1.4. et only It 41 per *cr o. 'OK HINT by owntr I '11. ,.."" .....- -.... 51.00 M "" _. MIld "... 'In...,.. Nl _,,, r.uili. SAFE BUY
room I bald, ctmrtlly hMUdmd ,.. dotelll' collUniversity) Mill Imn In NW ooctlon.Phont 4 Rotngoreten tram *. egI norm. .... Ply ML ol IIM or limo com onor 511$. Hood callS
Hr MMItlontd Iwmt in Urgt FR 22633. I iOle.O 1,0.0 501 lit Colt 375.0.4.CORIA)5.
lout m ,. 55 V tor mo. ..
100 X too lot ,. Wlmbtrly It.tllM. Realty 17 .....,. Iless 511 Op (X'1 ctll .ri* Jimmy Crew foI\ON'\ 'to
lull!.In kllthtn' unin.UNIVIRIITV ATTP.ACTIVI twuoo with roll. I USED CARS
Drvort trom uPI Do'. Oimoivui Sew led
OPEN HOUSE till N. Malt\ It Pri 1714JSI by Otn. Must OIl' loolor1. blocS
owlpood kltchon, din. troo. Pie ,.....",...... trom Itt iiI adlIs 000lOntIbic Pills bAsal
Rieltert '
ACP.II. Nm _to w. N Munroe room, I '11. I ,"III. I'. llvIMS. ,,
MlonHlcint llropltet Mil off Ivory Dlihwoihort Ire Sit uII ... IllS 105 vow 51041.
051 ?
side, ..."lcI.. wMlvlllon' of ..'. teo.IyrboltlisbrIbdlt" IJt 'CIII '.,m 10 dIsay 7" lIght, loom. 000nImIlly' ,... '11. TV lot* froaDC5.. SINGER I tlao 'NeINI "" 516 S. MAIN ST.
toll. ...... ..,..... ).. .. WtUtN. toni win' Ivor not ..,. n. lulu.In ..Ilol N. of L.'. C'IY.' Gttd soIl 1711 II 17Thro ..v.. JIM VOVLII APP1UNCI. CO p070,0015; 0! :; m-o;:

coma.. MIM OulllrW' oily l .... 4 ringo koiutltul I7X lore IMI, 7t acus In 0011 .....,....... two bothi troth.i alP nw in AvoPh. sit iou AUTO ZIG ZAG I .
.,... Mr. Brgdl.y Mr. Hgrt Mr l
llmllt. mm NO CITY TAXIS 200 Ml Only" 1JOJOO. Como M 21 sons In 11m" IIIpastor. ,
Pooler School dlttrkt, ov.ll. p.rsala.
CLIAN rol'lgoroton ;(
bIlls nomt H PM. ..... Nov. .,..' PloO 131 ..' Iol.ooosd $ 15 111)
,. ..
die now, nil M tascIlObiWoell. Otto trooioro ft
M.M.PARRISH 22. ., MTt N W. M II. ..... T..I ....... 11 001.0trIos. Itovott bits ..... lie olbsoloosobs 0.04.ad. I If I lOll 101.0,11 10105014.51 fhoo, FR 2 3631OPIN
1\10.1 Mnor will conilrkir Ct 11in. ) ALLMAKII. bAsal OlIN pIed cr101 lids N CIWi 1114 T
S m Qo.lIL .It'o. to M..I_. PR ._. C.ll P* HOM :-0- .
low tout milng 'In Hill ..... HlgliPOP. i ... P01. sO IS 515. 10 P011 1 I Phonel .ITtt. EVENINGS

ttonlMy' poymonll WIll Wilt ] bod- 15114 la4 dow .r1oeIIlnt I.... THRU bedroom homo bulll InkltcKM GE WASHING MACHINE 0,005 51 $71 WrI7I 310011,0 CroS,. lIlt MIKCURY I dow,
room homo HI M W. built Mtvon 111.001 4.011. WI" loll l.oooo, IMI Nl dIN T....... In .... 5.011110,14510. .,. ..... 00J. 4.iocslllN.) 51* die. tweior, pew bonery. pt
4 ., A-C unit .ten oflorogt 01571 10. 'do 511111 Oor04o.P11. ....11.... December lit, PhonejPRt44J. Ill M4I ..... PR 4-not
00 call Tom Diols 7"11. colonratlin
Down tovmunt Hofllblt. PILI n soil end tetty Country"lie.
AISOCIATII. INC LIII Cty., 5555R5Y 1550 PUINITIJSI ....... .51 RAMIAII C....
Call I't-UIt. CCir"ieptritg: dining brllllince to 0101Wid
H. Wlyno Hill Holon 0'...... I'I, rm. MART now opon Iso builnoM lion wogm, dnr.. ..... Heeler,
",. ...",.. IALI IV OWN M ten lonlly room, potto. HI. equip.no I tin t Mon tMV T...... Prl 1. with SkIS Lwirt kent owe-Purfuture .AM*, tr_ load J. I.. Movt Ml441411 -
Cirolyn Poolty McOlnloll
IXTRAI cattle roncn, ill "Imtrtvod *. NW tOlls ..... till per me.J71IU7 trim |... I 'till I. I Good Ills olbotwoonl loll ohompooor II. ._. .
it NJ pirn Strait TO man Illoro IntluM Co.. ..._.".* moppingConter. G.M.C.PICKUPS
rolrlj rmgo hio ... 4 room Md Mill Ioe.cflaodl'' on toy 40 'III 1.5. --"
PtRNWOOO MANORI w...... T V. onlonm, xctlltnl b"rn, itortot thtllor, ill nigh" VM 51 BUICK i
btdroom I bom homo. living rm, '.......1.. tnd lirgt comor lot ably ,.... prIced. ll only .".... TWO lei ,bedroom,_ Dlckerion home _rol_.. torry.AIR WTCAMIRA.v.50.4. 055lI5dl. TV. 'molt.5a5 Door, It.... Sod Hotter .
Jot Oio.kin
In 4 10711111, 1IIrIIN'. homo m or CONOITIONIIIIONI ., ...... II44H4liPOIIIUION
dining rm, bulll ovon rtngtki win 11001: doon. Pnono <4. ltrtW 400111)00. work' pSnOeOHv.paad teed _

kltchon._carport.1, .utility..,_rm,.pIH .... W 1._1736.FORDYCE,.... Torrid (ill Ptrdyct Aero ttrm oil In '..1. flu plaid, Oronge, HI.ms.Loko PI. Phone discO. .... Ooo..101110 WostloeIli001 C.,..... SIOIITU. Ii,' ISV 50 IIsr. ::"$ SI Ills ;:-11.'Ul- ii: & VANS

_wlrn I....'..' condition Low willi I. ..... In ......c. 11101.trIll. EcTA. CLI..N I bood,_ Ie.os till Nt0 Sill" Cdll Fl .1111 1115. P0005 .. _ Medo ...... 05 WIll III.. lor
n ,r,0l. Palmer's ...... ... poor' Call .11. In CInch S 01510.. Pritor pormo.nmt Ntf,1*. Atonl PwMOI W-R. Iosm115blkOl41 t 55. P5 nm.io _
:; r, :p11.0114 PR I 50 I ...... PS 1.0130' -.... no llnolt' ......... -BTSCOUNl leniee, ." .. .uicollv. $45 501101. ONLY

IJ4I or PR 1-11I3. 0 ...,OCI....... INC.IRAL14TAII1CONSULTANTI. lot II .C IIti Arlrtcll.l Hem* 1100 por mo P1P3I __ ......e N.,' II" 51105 "sIlly 5455 p51015" $101 ......

CAL ui W you srI tooklnf, tornow lIla' It mIld Wool III city IlmIlisOofIOo,4 N" w. > 1II: I 'bald HMD PRICES Ws.dsVILII1CIOOY CII) 1710101
a MUM mot to dIll...... rood 0" pIll N I igp. I both HUM Fuil Oil fr '''LtON I

With Iligt lied........ I botht Dick' lImbs, ',one.. Hough Woode 51,101 III ..,. wit. torm. 1 in ..,n'''''.. 'In C...,,,. |701 W. undfrull gvgrybocnHENDRIX /. "N' $140504 ...... MaY, .... clNn [ I'kII '
Wood 1100,1. 001)1.10 bllcloan. Sarah GouldM, Htrvoy linlon Call Dick' 1I0001n- S A L PdP55551 MARY MOELLIR "NCLINa. 00.0. Call' 174.5.11. 14 !
:SlIuIltns: loaly)r I 2. C. goy Outloy' Ncvldoo ...1100. II W. UsIa.4cC .ANN cO"1.
pros dod paosilO5.. 14)0. PR 10321II i. .W Unlv, 174I1Mlrok 575.1310 _____ REALTOR FURNITURE CO Alec 0'_. T_,'_ a 51011513lPRIl4. 3ii'bR 1005570? 0LiTLPS
101. rus lIlt W Unlvonlly Avt Nw aId ..... it torn H. ......., SIr aead. 5001 1.1he'll
ICII dorIs 1,11k ct bell. )IeO.bio11ccI. '11 mnII -- 00770.71. WIl, loomIs ..II)
6lnivlllg'l niworl *n4 metly ha. land. p00,4 blab'.010.IS lISPS PI.JWAV built m ovonond 70 lotto-'Merino lg HIII.l PIt 5.1115 17110 I PM.
scras-Il aIrs. 0101 5In IICTION,. I II. I kith, _.,.....* ".... IM. lIlly
| utigui op.rtmont builom, .. ....0-11 ..'" rod, tam v.... CC* homo. UI "'.. Call I,... clap Stool ond ,lontor M ctrryMd ':.o $515.41 .r.I. 555. lIly
Htiplttl-1 II ..,. bract Jonot, 4...I1" botwoon. I A. M In* COM 0111V 0 U. PR mi tol boiTON uDMAigg, .AI mllooeo.. .-. cold Ill
LAKESHORE al's I ". 01 1i'39. 0.014. II lIP .v...... _. Moos 110. 00011140 .... ..... o.I71 I.cecm.
MARY MOtLLER. Oil trotter. I t-gtl, got lonkt Inchidod pa,. mi NW inn SI THAN ORDINARY PICK-UPS t> VANS
..... .....
I REALTOR 3 A 0 On do.c.o lao 41 ALLITATI Koolor, lib uoonM a.IaIl., 1703,1.
TOWERS III" W. unlvonlly, Avo. PORDYCI S 1050(1715. INe:. bod SIll 40" .... Hill VM ..... -
: '" .'" IIALTORy7dW.hJtlv. ....... bOW 0100 II. 0.004 11.1 SILlS .AMIIMCAN I monlhoei It RAMILl. Amorhon wotnn TROPICAL PONTIAC
31"711 etwY. roll. A 13 Ip 00,. *. motor, trelier.. end Mmpioi* Icon o. I.. Now vIral bolMrylKtlont .
11001 01.001. 50011700',, aLl. coao.rVd10.m.l.lldcOnl.llll.. MIMg, _1_'. Ted DP ..,. rend 1471 I4MI IWllth
4] Colon, Pr.
NOW LEASING grtr 49 loomi Itt .... mont. PR "'1fT. _____ .... 1744. G.M.C. Truck Confer

14 0 14" mirror, SIll group of 5utlu'O'tleAl0lII I HP taw ltd PLYMOUTH 4dOo' ..,.....
HOMII POP. II 510Sblbodtoome. 1111151.1 QUIlT' downilolrt' tornor ,m. daO0b t. MAO ._. ito.. 00cm lv. yn. I'd, inn* wed log iII KK. $.. ........ lew ........ pilroctoon. 220 N.W IrS Avt.
1 boils lit.... Ui* Pf phono, I 1010051 bo. 1_.. lit ... Call PI I-ml. ....
05 ... 1m' ._....
4000 rot,... wookly mold "". Ill Pu 5.1)00. 171554. .1
Pd. I PM.
0001001' 5.701.015" II, II III 1JI bIters I )t P... wictyt.MICI W" ,:-L.-w.: _ _
; AIM nomn built .. your WPR IIT-'OO"- ., *eyk5 15.4. PT. Plywood. boot HborgloM 14.CH..1I01.l1 .. ot_ thlft,
: 30101 0014 O010 1001505. 00
01111' 05 dOll '.rm"', Pt'. 5.11550. 55 II ........ 105110 tOS It" 5101040117 5)laIN
Clocs'l.otl.str..Op.o'iti. Ml If title ton Mil rMH' IUM_ tlitrP I 00.117.
J74 loag 5011
trollor. IllS
HIM. ontonnt turn. P II USlt. (now. H orlcoi I ... ..tH IMIVbig end 17110" 1 LAST CHANCE
MOVI IN 1:1.: 55 $04 Pb. If ..... IK 001 .... ITUOPKO M. tn...wteldtyt.. end mytlm CALL _
Now CCI I _'..... ono ball LAIGU SINGLE lOOM Is? sort ...,.., llli Wail eomblnolUn eo iot4 cuTuii. coNvn'TTgiT inwtrronty.
homo. Low down ..,__I. L....., ..Il m... W40ly .rsld' 51011001 Wom 'N Dry .... NICkS IS' XIMMILL vomignior" dr-.- air, power, bucket SAVE HUNDREDS ON EXECUTIVE
.* N I. im hrr.NtcCor 1000 or ,..._..... ill N' Sol RAOIQ4' ". lUNCIt.MhM. yet tag' II elortrlt" motor. Ss. 0011 OlIN' 010.51.. .11 .....
tar tilt trellor.. MOt N IW Mrd like IIM lower then
SullOsri A.. 111-1111 I7 II.''''. on* now DRIVEN RAMBLERS
doy Vt-rm I', 3"$ ,,,,. Ml price geufht ond oorvlied
,.. Solo
38 :
015,010375.0111. FRONT BEDROOM ey I I A CHI in4471 '64 Ambotiodof V-8 4-door, Two-ton point

LOT '0'.., kltchon 0.lvll..... PIn 71 C...,-Hdl-Fli..
I btt.nclsd II Iuydog .rc.", working "ladY IH mlprlvttt SINGERFEATHER'WEIGHT $54-PONTIAC. Olcod Pl. lads rtclmlng i.ofi. Individually oduitafol| won,

: "Ists II '.. p1,111" Call I ii cllI 'V T.Pull.-lOOM. RIM. ..... ohMoun II O". on P.O 10. Old. P10117' _1_. automatic trontmisilon olr-conditlonlng, pow.
371 filS, both aId prhrot" on.tronct. AlL. Or vort rib, Salt ttmp Inol .......*. Ovor |IW* It II
CM Vll'ro. III NW HotA CoM |l.. 0*. II prr com oil. Men IMl M _.. Id IMPR tr brakci powir ttttrlng tmttd class ,

41-1 COIORIO IINTAlltan. >o. LIOI OIIOCHmontt now complrtl R'f. Will IIP' > COM. .1.lid., PR" $.... doy, PR IIIO plgnl.WirJCHESTER -313 FORD) whit wolli. Lilt price $3812.20; Rldgwoy

..JXURY FEATURES INCLUOkISwiosumusi CLEAN. QUIlT ROOM only" III or H M por .... NoII_ AUTOMATIC olIN 5)dopcSlIl 10010.. dIscount $3046.70.
I.cioaIhsN Rooms NOW RENTING 04 lowing Mochlno Co., I..., Ill, .12 rmt OlIN MOM. I* good tond.IM OIMI or >1 0.4101 tnytlm prICE,
Pied COlOUD 01111. 010.5,00 SI Ac Por tmlnoHmon or uooor glottPt W. loll. ..... PR | tIll 415.1115 Clatilc 4-door 770 wdon.: V-8 two.ton. point
riii.- ; tin;
G.iida CeesInol HISS 50440011 (1051.30. 100 ________ 1111 t IOM Pord
AUral eO P1.511 0040 aearI0100ll. aria doI..Iusadltlttl I H S" halo IrocT U ffpj 4 JTCALIIIR' C.otooIAoma Kit Pord notion woMn UN,. wide bucket reclining i ati automatic Irani
Lasaadoy V..iIHlaISt..yo ... 0110 PUINIIHIB .00" tIN klockl .
Cau.tol AIr Ca.d. S a 5100000 I ........ fislOlally. 0.500104 10 b oport.orltod tfll PoMIM, lIe.. IOM
L.char. S G.rbuil Prep Chill torgi rtorogo cloooto. lorroinoon kim C__ oil SW 3M Los o.l p1115* Mnor alsO AIM S I mm iio Mouoor.. U rotiuod Pnong PR M. HM Al Hordo lor. t".t, million air-conditioning, power brakes. power
hoMOr CII 311 lOWaloIludroIll' "
Pevid P.Iccag An..e S Lihls4 lidsomI&sI o ond ,hot till Sill botho Motor OMC ftclrlOOVM 07j3 ..'.._|>> 5107.lvNOPACISIAIII.. ____ "1 11, Rill, loom
(tat.lorOEPHONE Ito. bin SO Mokll H_ : DCL'Ai
0)rooto.1..a loll: *t 005.0 Ooal,7 *1010 $101 700, 72 Wfltl IduipmoMM I lid mirror, Lltt price $3560.65; Ridaway

Tor or con tn. 5,30500 Ills.. ",.".' 000 ,s0l adpM III. ..c. 115.1115 Sf150 0 P.M. POOLE.CABLEMOTORS discount price S-9JJ.45.
376.4456 or tn .n> ,.... "".'. .... ,_ lor -..... 0 SilnAl COPY _"IN'. IS
/ 4-door 660 Mdan V8.
Cloinc two-ton point
CoIl lOr psri SOsCmaIl.N WhllolIVO0OdbSdN.a. ,,"iTii a5.rstN. 0104)111, MiSdO0P
FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT 41 F miino..1 Apli.III .aP' .. Mmowo OoM portMto "... Ia a SOIl 40110 144 151011 automatic tranimlnlon. power .'",''no. radio
wrmjr. Ht I tmill rodM M ... 0.0100 MM "'.* S ..-. OODG'.D..n
.. ..1
< J4He.r .. 5 DAILY I III .....T. ".".bI. Doc. I :: }I MIM. Donttlt ** Ooetdo5s.llV$705 .__ l..y to _.... Cmiolon wtM nunl hodreit indivlduolly reclining' icati. power

SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 "TIL 515 ltd T... 1105. ,.. il proMtor. I-e-; ; : ;; acedaIN 140.0 5.4 5 50005 500. windows white wall, electric wipert, air<
I.W.Utl! ST.- Ui. HWY. 441 ,.....- lao.CsIu sMAlLER SPACE IrIs ovo tomort Sod Itoodllgnft Spy ci pa7 lad OI00OSMLLos4ol Ill .1 IsO Avo. 50,44I
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L wines FINE WINE"Imported Park &.Tilford Kentucky Bacardi 1\
6 Yr. Str. Ky. Bourbon
5TH TEN HIGH Bourbon deluxe or DARKBOURBON
CREAM SHERRY REG.'4.65 3 5th. 9.50 lEG.4.80 CHARCOAL FILTERED i 43"
259THa 5.10
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... 50 YEAR J.mortin 181 REG.4 85
:. ,IAE1 GOLD HARVEY'S CAP PORT.......3.19 5TH I /







g' REG. 6.35 47.75 CASE

.BOURBON BONDED 5.00'REG O-179 5th MORE FOR LESS!! 35TH5 1250


5.35. CASE 4J.75 fl 5*

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OAK [fll/M

GiftWra P
Hudson Bay RUM
Hedges & Butler
REG.7.15 ODIwr3
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Southern Comfort Dam 5.39 NOBODY...

! D.O.M. Benedictine 7.99Sth Canadian Ace GLANS 3.69 BUT NOBODY ? Reef Sippin Whisky

's Drambuie 7.99 SELLS WHISKEY 90 PROOF
5th ABC' BEER or ALE 3.89
Moet &
. LIQUEURS Goebels TOP pOP 3.99 Chandon Champagne STR. KY.BOURBON.
KING 4 99
: SIZE ABC $.95 CASIKeublein


1 MIST 3.79 sth 6 Yr. 4.29 5th SCREWDRIVER I >< QT. TAYLOR '-


World Famous Coffee Liqueur /
Port DRY EG.5.35-41.83 CASE
Sherry 379 REG. 6.65

- Muscatel REG. 3 795 47.75 399| HOUSE 7.25 3 51H t i .
White Port GAL 4.50 CASE STH IMP.from the WEST INDIES 5ths$17

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