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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Plane Crush Here Kills OneBy



BILL RACER would remain unavailable for Both men were employed as according to a company spokesman -
>i 1 l SUB suit WriterA comment on the accident until repairmen Installers by South- apparently were flying for
f 15i F T.y light tingle engine aircraft later this week. ern Bell Telephone Co., and pleasure when the plane nose

dived nose down Into a dived
fog-ihrouded field near ITS Pending an I see a tic i atlon
Monday night, killing its pilot scheduled today by the Federal -
Imnact Awoke
and Injuring a lone passenger CoupleBy Aviation Authority, local law
The crash, which apparently officers speculated the crash
occurred as the craft was attempting may have occurred after the
a landing at Stengle" ANN CARTERU plane brushed a tree.
Field. a halfmile north, of r Student Journalist Alachua County Sheriff's dep.
claimed the lift of I. year-old No one saw the plant hurtle out of the misty darkness and bury uty Johnny Yarbor o ugh, who
A. Leonard Dykei, 3168 NW Its nose in the vacant field. But the Impact awoke a Gainesville talked briefly with Davis beforehe
10th SLThe couple sleeping In their home Just 100 yards. from the downed was taken from the scene in
passenger, James A. Davis aircraft an ambulance, said the Injuredman
} .26, 1928 NE 7th St., was "My wife and I heard a noise and we went out to tee what told him "I don't know
thrown clear of the wreckage, happened," Alvlt L. Hatcher said. what happened, but the plane
suffering a dislocated hip and The plane came down In an open field Just behind' Hatcher hit something and started spinning
multiple fractures of one ankle. home, 3005 SW 45th SU near the Archer Road and 1-7$. ."
He was listed In good condition Both were asleep when they heard someone yelling, Help! Yarborough also noted the
at the University of F lot Ida Help! Hatcher said "very low overcast" is a possible
Medical Center this morning, cause of the accident In
but hospital officials laid he (See IMPACT, Page 1)) (See CRASH, Page I)

.
Downed Plane At Rest

A lone branch, dangling from the tail of this stricken t1ES wuE f OA

aircraft (top), may tell the story of a eranh which killed SGFwt 0 (iamesuilk I S
one man and injured another !Monday night. Cause of V EDEAIX1at un
the accident I III unknown, but the survivor told officers rmscurE Ott,
the aircraft "hit something. At bottom. Lt. Dudley
Garrett attempts to free the. pilot' body'' from the Ij
cabin.
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89th Year No 121 GAINESVILLE, FLA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE We

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through City Commissioners 11 of the 50 page bickered pro But Cannot Agree On

posed housing code Monday JVARPROPOSED
night, coming to no conclusions
about Its failure or passage Two Scholarship Plans
Asked when the next discussion

of the code would be held War on the city s record traffic TALLAHASSEE (AP-A) proposal m have the university system
Mayor Howard McKinney noted death rate was proposed of Florida administered by a chancellor was agreed upon Monday
only that"they didn't say when Monday by City Commissioner by the Legislative Council Committee on Higher Education.
they wanted to talk about it James Richardson, The committee also sent back to Its subcommittees two confllitlng -
+ again." 'Wt have to do somethingand scholarship: plans for Florida students attending either
: "I guess that little boy will do It quickly," Richard public or private universities In the state;;
Just have to carry water a little said. Orlando Sen. Beth Johnson subcommittee on the role and scope
longer," he added son of Institutions proposed a scholarship: plaa' baaed on merit and
>k McKInney referred to hit Fri He urged a tightening of enforcement need. Tampa Sen. Tom Whlttaker subcommittee on maintaining

day's Sun editorial decrying the and fines" quality and quantity\ of education proposed I scholarship plan
lack of a code, citing an example "Arrests are up, Commissioner bated on merit.
of a small Negro boy who Byron Wlnn told Richardson The two subcommittees differed on the amount el money to be;
has to carry water to his homein The" police haven been given and what percentage of students would ceN.. I It) _. *. _
Gainesville sleeping "
east '
,
The editorial was also takento Richardson said he wasn't so- On the chancellor recommen. w. ,"
task by builder Hugh Edwards cueing the police of laxity: "butIt daUonRep. Fred SchulU of Du- the Board of Regents has to sit ,
who, like McKinney, may take drastic action to val County said In his lone dissent this up, We are trying to create
has strongly opposed the code make the enforcement necessary Murdered "There will be grave prob- a strong board of regents and
since ita initial to reduce the number of terns between of
proposal the presidents then we fail them they must create -
Attacking the 'stupid editor Deaths. we ve had Ute universities the chancellor a chancellor
Dr, Paul Carl
Reports
boB- say
He aiM the approaching
If the
ial, a red faced Edwards presidents can appeal
said he thought It was a "sorryday day season Is likely to Increasethe son, American missionary, decisions'ItwUIbeonlsUktlfwisay," Rep. Phillip Ashler of Esctm-
for the city commissioners record already set at nine aaa bees killed by noels In bla County, whose subcommittee
when the Gainesville Sun tears deaths Inside the city limits. Stanleyville. recommended the Board of Regents .
them unjustly apart"Edwards employ an executive dlrec-
tar Instead of a chancellor' believed
said the code was 50 Killed' Before the matter should be kept
designed by do ,oodel'. to Hostages discretionary,
get public housing In Gainesville I
.
claiming that everythingthe lit said "the Board of Control,
commissioners discussed Is when It becomes the Board of I
Monday night in reviewing the Stanleyville Captured Regents, will give the admlnlatratlve -
first II pages of the code were duties to the presidents" I
Included In the cltys buildingordinances.
Ashler's subcommittee
By KENNETH U WHITING attacked Informed that "at least 50 Bon- was to
study the of
organization
higher
Get to the truth," h. told LEOPOLDVILLE. the CongoAP Refugees flown to Leopoldville Africans have been killed." education and point out deficiencies .
of the commission "Are wt gel- ( ) Belgian paratroopers from Stanleyville said the Some of the foreigners were .
Fragility Quints ting to public housing or swarmed down on Stanleyville rebels had killed Dr, Paul Carl shot down when they dashed toward .
aren't we!" today and seized! virtual controlof son, medical missionary from the airport as the newt of Ashler said the Board of Control
Edwards' charges of government the rebel capital, but not before Rolling Hills, Calif. The reportsdid the Belgian paratroop landing Is burled In administrativedetail .
'Extreme' Interference were refutedby about 50 foreign hostages not give the circumstancesof swept' the rebel tapllsl Jn the and needs an executive)
Ts Termed another developer Clark I were killed Including a V& his death He had been con northeast Congo' director, He also found the pro*. I
y Butler missionary doctor, official reports demned as a any. a charge denied Spank said tot foreigners lilenls of the universities to not
PARIS (API)-- Doctors keepIng !- The three boys and two girls Butler said If the code were said. by Washington were held in a Stanleyville hotel have management control and
vigil over the new French born prematurely Monday to a passed, local builders c IUI I d US transport planes flew hi (In Washington, the State Department ant at least It lure killed that budgetary controls are tuv
quintuplets said today their condition postman year-old wife lay qualify for low Interest government the paratroopers, and some of notified relatives on when the soldiers ef leftist lead- duly restricted. I
till remain precarious in incubators at the pediatrics loans, for low rent housing them were shot at and reported the basis of the reports from er Chrlstoph Cheeps opened Son Ed Price\ of Bradentm
for at least 10 or 12 days center of the Paris Faculty of developments, not a public damaged Stanleyville that Csrlaon has fire on the building said the Board of Control ba,.
Medicine
"The fragility of the children housing Commissioners program begin their As the Belgians landed, white- been killed Relatives notified Cheeps, whose regime was Ing trouble finding a rep cment
Explosions Kills la extreme," said a statement word for-word review of the led Congolese government soldiers were Carlsons parents, Mr backed by Red China, had for Dr Gordon BlackweD pres.sent .
and Mrs Gust Carlson of Athsmbra threatened to set the whole city of Florida Stale University \.
It la attacked The
15 from the clinic, impossible proposed code at I n Monday : Stanleyville
2 Injures Calif, and his brother, afire but the swift resigned.
at this lime to comment on night following an hour plus attacking troops moved quicklyto apparently
KANSAS CriY. Mo. (AP) their chances: for survival.'' executive session to study the free the rest of 1,(1) foreigners Dr Dwight Carlson, of Orange, arrival got the Belgian paratroopers Price called for a resolution
A threwtory apartment buildIng After their birth, the babies progress of several property held as hostages and Calif and Congolese troops that M effort be spared to find
was ripped apart by a terrific had been reported in good condition transactions, Including down- marked for slaughter by the la Brussels, Foreign Minister" thwarted the plan. the best placeman/ possible II
explosion early today killing (See CODE. Put 2)) f" .....,. should their capital be Paul-Henri Speak mid he wes (See CONGO. P*>* *' head FSU

two children and Injuring other The mother, Mrs Raymond
residents. Over persons was Sambor, gave birth/ about two BAILEY SAYS OF JC
missing. months ahead schedule In a
The blast, believed caused by private clinic to suburban Asnl-
an accumulation of gas, laid the eres. where JS-year-oM bus I
Interior of the brick building band delivers maiL She wasreported
open like a stage set It was In excellent health. No Conflict With UF Schools
heard more than two miles The babies, weighing lest
than three each arrivedat
a..y. pounds : -
Most of the north Wf cal intervals of about It minutes.
kneed Into the basement carrying Earshot had been told after By CUr CORNIER:
some residents to their beds his wife's X-ray to expect quintuplets Sn Edacailea Writer
Into the debris.Irish's but be told newsmen be Kate Supt. of Education
was stifl "overwhelmed"The Thomas D. Bailey told a schoolteacher :
Huarte Sambors also have two audience here Mondayto
sons. Yves J, and Jean-Paul. J.lamllot. put aside any fears that a
Hcisman Winner who< has been making Jmtior college to Alachua: County
fix a month as a postman, would jeopardize elementaryand
NEW YORK (API John said be was worried about the secondary education program
Dame quarter future *.
Notre
Huarte.back the wfaner of the 14Hetsman "I doo t. know yet what I'm Nor It there any danger of a r
eo conflict with the latvenlty of
Trophy as the out- going l and whether I m
eonVgfrfootbaB player gong to bit for another Job," Florida. Bailey said: i ,e 11-
standing Downtown Athletic he told newsmen T>e asked ease shows that Junior colleges
ef the year, the for a leave of absence. rft got boost earonmeot at the upper
Club announced today. to get ..pn td." division and graduate (levels of
The Notre'DIme star, whs MUvenitjes.
'played only a numrtes during Bailey spoke at a county-wide
the 13 season because of taj. WHERETO meeting of school teachers at Teachers Hear Supt. Bailey
rlrt will receive the award at a it.. fnfrentty ef Florida. OB
baaquet en Tbunday. Dee. 1 FIND IT the I stage ef tWvmHy A e d ttorkim Mrs. Lffllaa. PlrenUa. Weatwoosl June High School leach was atone the ,...1.Id, ,gathering tucker wk*
Roger Staohacb, ace quarterback wert members ef Use. bevel Stale 8.pU Tkomaa D. Bailer (right) speak .* jesioee.ue-ge' y enter day. Others ire..sit for the talk (from
el the Navy was the Cemwa 12 AbeJua and Iradfori County left above) were Dr. )a... Uebargr, bead ef the .t.t,'* junior coflef, dlvUiesi aad taler, of florid
vtoner i year age Huarte le the ClattiTte4 JUSUterteiMiiMwf paler mane interim advisory tike PreeidetJt Marry Philprtf.
Notre Dame player to W t tOfcitveriet committees and educates leaders
IM since Paul Honing. aow 2 '.J'OIIIIe liirwnity ef Florida two. counties to determine fecal ford Comities lot the oe it to Bailey said *We art here to division of the Slate Depart-
chosen star with the Greet Bay Psck- O,MSIO. Pof 4 ) and he lute Dept ef EduCaiMMtrttoiMtke ad tsr Jwtor cIVfe acre.. lot years. kelp yw arrive at a ..... tint ef Education.
a woe &lie Ironer Is ITS.lhawte s..rts 10.11 c--. Bailey said mesr decisMtj will We are sot art to sea the With tile state supermtonoVet But Bailey left BO doubt that
ere k a Bathe ., Se..Heart. w.....'. 7 tarred be t a Out soy affect the boor** of h tostnrtM tf your was Dr, James Waiteobe/ger
CaW 1 aunty being conducted k* tile eeoaaurf ef Aladwa. Brad ./. counties a htuor college," who beads the Junior college |154. BAILEY Page I) J. ai



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j Plane Crash Here Kills OneBy


jI I
BILL RACER would remain unavailable for Both men were employed as according to a company spokesman
jI Sun Staff Writer comment on the accident until repairmen Installers by South- apparently were flying for
I A tight tingle engine air later this week ern Bell Telephone Co., and pleasure when the plane nose
craft dived nose down into I dived
fog-shrouded! field near 1.75 Pending an I n ve a 11 g atlon
I Monday night, killing its pilot scheduled today by \the Federal
! and Injuring I lone passenger.The Impact Awoke CoupleBy Aviation Authority local law
crash, which apparently officers speculated the crash
! occurred as the craft was attempting may have occurred after the
a landing at Stengle ANN CARTER plane brushed a tree.
Field half-mile U of F Student Journalist .
a north, Alachua County Sheriff's deputy
y claimed the life of 3. year-old No one taw the plane hurtle out of \the misty darkness and buryIts Johnny Yarbor o ugh, who
A. Leonard Dykes 316 NW nose in \the vacant field. But the Impact awoke a Gainesville talked briefly with Davis beforehe
10th St.TIle couple sleeping in their home Just 100 yards. from the downed was taken from the seen In
4Downed passenger James A. Davis aircraft. an ambulance, said the injuredman
X, 1928 NE 7th St., was "My wife and I heard a noise and we went out to see what told him "I don't know
thrown clear of the wreckage happened," Alvla L. Hatcher said. what happened, but the plane

suffering a dislocated hip and The plane came down In an open field Just behind' Hatcher's{ hit something and started spin
multiple fractures of one ankle. home, 3005 SW 45th St. near the Archer Road and 1-71. Dln,."
He was listed In good condition Both were asleep when \they heard someone yelling, 'Help I Yarborough also noted the
at the University of Florida Help!' Hatcher said. "very low overcast" ai a possible
Medical Center this morning cause of the accident. In
but hospital officials laid he (See IMPACT, Page t) (See CRASH, Page I)


Plane At RestA

lone branch, dangling from the tail of this stricken SwuE
aircraft (top), may tell the glory of a crash which killed \ i Oiaint5uille Sun89th
one man and injured another Monday night. Cause of .7
the accident is unknown, but the survivor told officersthe
aircraft "hit something. At bottom Lt. Dudley
Garrett attempts to free the pilot's body' from the
cabin.
(ISM ,MM ly loss On*

Year, No. 121 GAINESVILLE, FLA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1964 NEWSSTAND p.1Oc
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Action Legislative Committee



A6+ Taken OnHousing



t t3,Ny'FS..w. OK's Chancellor PlanTRAFFIC


4a' By JEAN CARVERSun
Staff Writer
City Commissioners bickered .
through 18 of the 50 page pro But Cannot Agree On
posed housing code Monday WARPROPOSED
night, coming to no conclusions
about its failure or passage. Tico Scholarship Plans ,
Asked when the next discussion -

of the code would lit held War on the city' record trsf- TALLAHASSEE (AP-A) proposal have the university systemof
Mayor Howard McKinney noted tic death rate was proposed 4a Florida administered by a chancellor was agreed upon Mondayby
only that "they didn't lay when Commissioner the Legislative Council Committee on Higher Education
Monday by City
they wanted" to talk about it James Richardson The committee also sent back to Its subcommittees two conflicting -
again. "We have to do somethingand scholarship: plans for Florida students attending either
"I guess \that little boy will do It quickly," Richardson public or private" universities in the stale, '
Just have to carry water a little said. Orlando Sen. Beth Johnson's subcommittee on the rote and scopeof
longer," he added. Institutions proposed a scholarship plan" bated on merit and
McKinney referred to last Fri ri. urged a tightening of tn. need. Tampa Sen. Tom Whlttaker's subcommittee on maintaining

day's Sun editorial decrying the forcement and fines."Arrests ". quality and quantity' ot education proposed. a scholarship plan
Commissioner
lack of a code, citing an example are up, based on merit. i
of a small Negro boy who Byron Winn told Richard- w The two subcommltteee differed on the lm\tnt of money to be i
: fart has to carry water to his home son. "The" police haven't been given and what percentage ",f students would lweetee.ity.7t.' ,: ,_
In east Gainesville.\ sleeping. .. ,
I On the chancellor ""
The editorial also takento Richardson said he wam't securing recommendation
was the Board of has to lit t \ ,.
; but Regents
task by builder Hugh Edwards the police of laxity; Rep. Fred Schultz of Du-
who like McKinney It may take drastic action to val County said In his Ion. dla- this up. We are trying to createa
has strongly! opposed the code make the enforcement necessary Murdered? sent "There will be grave problems a .\ board of regents and
since its initial proposal.Attacking to reduce the" number of between the presidents of then we toll them they must ,,,.
deaths we've had.
the "stupid editorial .* Carlo the universities and the chancellor \ ale a chancellor,"
Dr. Paul
He said the boll Reports say
approaching
," a red faced Edwards U the presidents' can appeal
said ha thought day season is likely/ to Increasethe Mil, American mlislonary' decisions. Rep. Phillip Ashler of Itcam-
was a "sorry
day for the city commissioners record already set at nine \has bees killed by rebels laStanleyville. bla County, whose subcommittee
when the Gainesville Sun tears deaths inside the city limits. "It will baa mistake if we say recommended the Board of Regents
them unjustly apart." employ an executive director
instead of a chancellor be
Edwards said the code was 50 Killed Before lieved\ matter should be bpi
"designed by do gooders to Hostages discretionary:
get public housing/ in Gainesville I

t ," claiming that everything He said "the Board of Control, I
the commissioners discussed: Is when It becomes the Board of
Monday night in reviewing the Stanleyville CapturedBy Regents, will give the administrative
first 11 pages of the code were duties to the presidents."
, Included In the city's building Ashler's subcommittee was to
ordinances KENNETH L. WHITING! attacked. Informed that "at least 50 non-.
study the organisation of higher
"Get to the truth," he told LEOPOLDVILLE, the CongoAP Refugees flown to Leopoldville Africans have been killed." education and point, out deficiencies. ;
of Quints the commission "Are we getting ( ) Belgian paratroopers from Stanleyville said the Some of the foreigners were .
Fragility to public housing or swarmed down on Stanleyvilletoday rebels had killed Dr. Paul Carl shot down when they dashed to- ,.
aren't ..IT"Edwarda' and seized virtual control son medical missionary from ward the airport as the news of Ashler said \the Board of Control .
charges of government of the rebel capital, but not before Rolling Hills, Calif. The reports the Belgian paratroop landing la burled In administrative
Is Termed 'Extreme' Interference were refuted about SO foreign hostages did not give the circumstances: swept the rebel capital In the detail" and needs an executive I
j by another developer. Clark were killed, Including a UJ of his death. He had been con. northeast Congo director. lie also found the presidents I
I Butler missionary doctor, official reports demned as a spy, a charge denied Speak said 200 foreigners of the universities to not I
PARIS (AP).- Doctors keep The three boys and two girls Butler said If the code were said. by Washington. were held In a Stanleyville hotel have management control and I
vigil over the new French born prematurely Monday to apostman's that budgetary controls: are .fur
leg passed local builders could
flew In and at least killed
wife U.S. transport planes (In Washington, the State Department 13 were
quintuplets said today their condition 27-year-old lay qualify for low Interest duly restricted
govern .
the paratroopers, and some of notified relatives on when the soldiers of leftist leader
In
Incubators at the
will remain precariousfor : pediatrics ment loam for low bonalog
at least 10 or U days.Explosion center of the Paris faculty of rent them were shot at and reported the basis of the reports front Chrlslopb Gbenye opened !Sen. Ed Price of Brsdentoo
developments not
a
Medicine. housing public damaged. Stanleyville that Carlson has fire on the building. said the Board of Control having

The fragility of the children proarlm.Commlulonera began their As the Belgians landed white'led been killed. Relatives notified Cbenyi, whose regime was trouble /finding a replacmenl.
Kills is extreme," said a statement word for-word review of the Congolese government soldiers were Carbon's parents Mr. backed by Red China, had for Dr. Gordon Blatt... president
2 Injures 1.)' from the clinic, "It is Impossible proposed code at I 20 Monday attacked Stanleyville. The and Mrs. Gust Carlson ot Alhambra threatened to set the whole, city of Florida\ State L'nlven"t"
at this lime to comment on night following an hour plus attacking: troops moved quickly Calif., and his brother, afire but apparently the swift resigned.
KANSAS" CITY Mo. (API their chances for survival" executive session to study the to free the rest of 1.113 foreignen Dr. Dwight Carbon of Orange, arrival got the Belgian' paratroopers Price called for a resolution! !!
A three-story apartment bul1* After their birth. the babies progress of several property held as hostages and Calif.) and Congolese troops that no effort be spared to find
tog was ripped apart by a terrific had been reported in good con transactions. Including dow marked for slaughter by the In Brussels. Foreign Minister thwarted! the plan the best replacement/ possible to
explosion early today, killing dition. See CODE, Pate 2)) re"ne should their capital be Psul-Henrt Speak said he was (See CONGO. P.>. t* head FSU
two children and Injuring 13 other The mother, Mrs. Raymond
residents. Oner persons was Sambor gave birth about two BAILEY SAYS OF JC
missing. months ahead of schedule In a
The blast, believed caused by private clinic In suburban Ami-
an accumulation of gas, laid the eres where her 33-year-old husband I
interior of the brick building delivers mail She was
open like a stage set It was reported In excellent health. No Conflict With UF Schools
beard more than two miles Tbe babies, weighing less
*"" than Are pounds each arrivedat
Most of the north half o* Intervals of about It minutes.
.- lapsed into the basement, carrytagsome Sambor had been told after By CTJf CORNIER
residents >la their. beds his wife's Imp to expect quintuplets Sea Edoeauoa Writer
into the debris.Irish's but be told newsmen bewas 'State Supt. of Education
still "overwhelmed.' Thomas D. Bailey told a schoolteacher

HuartcHcisman Tbe Sambors also have two audience here Mondayto
sons Yves 3, and Jean-Paul 1 put aside any fears that s
Winner Sambor, who' has been making Junior college to Alachus County
|UI a month u a postman would Jeopardize elementaryand
NEW YORK (API John said be was worried about the secondary: education pro

Hustle, Notre Dame quarter- future. grams.
jack |II the winner of the MMHeismaa "1 dooX know yet what Fra Nor is there any danger of a
Trophy as the out going |. do' and whether I'm conflict with the t'aivenity of k
college football player going to look for another Job." Florida Bailey said; e ipt r Veno
tending
be told shows that Junior colleges:
newsmen.
Tve asked
., the. the Downtown AdaTUc -
Club year announced today. for a leave of ab once. Tee got boost enrollment at the opper
| to get organized" divtsioa and graduate lewis of
who
Dame star
The Notre tmfreniUes.Bailey .
flayed only O mantes daring spoke at s countywidemeeting
the no wane became of tnju- WJ1EIIE of school teachers at Teachers Hear Supt. Bailey
the award at a
Ties, will recerve th* fwmttty of Florida. OaIs
banquet en Thursday. *. 1 TO FIND IT stage of IWventty Aadfrfarkiaa )In. Lffliaai Plrtnlaa. Weil wood Jinlor High School teacher, was sawn* the '"-"W, ,11)erbl t of teachers wa*
Roger Stauback, ace quarterback wen rentiers of the heard Stale 8a U Thomas I>. Bailer (right speak M Jsafer colkgce vetlerday. Others ere.eat far the talk (from
ef the Navy was t the Comics U AlKbua and Bradford Comity .left above) were Dr Jam.. WatUabarger, bead af tilt state's jaaior cortegedlvWoai; and t'alvtrsity ef Florida
winner a ru aco. Huart h ** Clataifted II.IS Junior coDese Interim advisory Vice Presides Harry nu.u.&we .
tint I otre Dame player te be lntertoMmewt 16Cftitweriet I matinees and education leaders
rtoeea since Paul Hornwg. sow Z rims the University of Florida counties la determine local ford Counties for the nest M to Bailey said. "We art here to chi_ of the Slate Depart-
a star with the Creel Bay Pack- Opmie ,..e . 4 and the State Dept of Edu- needs for a Junior college bere.Badey las ,..rt. blIp tow arrive at a dedalon." mint of education.
en, was lbll honor III 2754. tort . .10. II catooerCemm..esng said their decision win "We are M are to **9 JUne k a aath ., /*. "' ....'. . 7 M t h e cumnC be eae that stay affect the boards ef taetroctwi ef yw woe Dr. Junes Wallenherger,
eacoa. Catf. 1 survey being conducted by 8* aeoaonrv el Alachua and Bf af. art Counties a touor -..." who toads ha junior coR*.e Ste BA1UY. rage I) J IA



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ZONES STARKE John William Eddy : and moved to New
A MN/IY .Ioud, tft4 105011 cold bounty,
Mrou.O w_,. wIM, ecc"Nn 51 I e 05. Waldo, died here Monday -Smyrna Beach a year ago.
7110 ":.dine NratftNed.y. LM f.
after an Illness of several
M.M N I ; He was a member of the Fairfield -
... MoolI, __., WedMNrN, .4) irun w months.He Church and
1111100 M hou' Presbyterian
BC Showers through R J was a retired cattlemanand Moose Lodger

Wednesday. Low tonight 55 to naval stores operator. Mr Surviving are his parents Mr.

M. High Wednesday In the Eddy was born In Baker County -and Mrs. J. K. Harrison Sr.,

.4W. 70s. winds 10 and lived many years l In I
< 1rL Easterly to 20 Flemington; wife, Betty Jean
J miles an hour becoming Waldo. and two sons, John K. Harrison
southerly Wednesday. He was a member of the Harrison
IV and Robert K.
D thowon ffirouon Wono ooy. H Rock! : Primitive Baptist Church.
all of Evansdale Indiana
Low .. ;
lonlolU In IM N Mlon Womoc W
.., In mo 70. luiorly, 105050 It Mmlloo Surviving are one son, one sister Mrs. Edwin Walk-
It on Dour. Harry Eddy Waldo; two half
B r M I ForM cloudy tenloht : up, Mcintosh; one brother,
on* Davis Gainesville
Wonoioy win iMworl fI brothers, Aaron -
Woonndov Low tonight: In tho MI .. Davis Starke Carter Harrison, Flemington;
and
Hi.n womoMor In If* WOO too. Southooilorlir '" $ .. Angus ;
..,.,.. and several nephews and
II to M mllm on hour two half-sisters. Mrs M a IRis I
OJ P fll clou* thrown
WooiMMtey olln, ihowort molnly on GAINESVILLE WEATHER Yarborough and Mrs. Nettle I nieces.ANDMION.
Heads' TalkAt
wedmw.r WedMd.y:: ow'.r':: 7s.1r/ ; Municipal Airport readings University Burnett, both Macclenny; three
wiM' It It II 1111100 N ..,,. for 24 hours
to I a.m. today: the of the Legislative Committee grandchildren and seven great-
meeting on
nlynt O Y 101/0 IM'::'71<:.:'Nidn:' NNwirw l/elu"1:a: High 63 at 2 p.m., low 81 at Higher Education In Tallahassee today are, left to grandchildren.
wNN.ed.r
N 11111...t.I'..SNthn.1w1T hou,. I wino.' 10 N :; S '.m. Rainfall.01. tight Dr. John S. Allen University of South Floridaat FRANCES GUYNN -

UM'.TUU. .L55WN555 ALMANAC Tampa; Dr. J. Wayne Reitz University of Flor

J..1l1e N L ,,..... 5ual ....., .. 111: ,.... ida; and Dr. Hal Crosby who will head the new Mrs. Frances Cuynn, 86, of f
,
0 .2 auwlN IwnerrSw ...... ... '.01 .....
MI.nN_.. 71 rd MnN/N 5..11N1 ........ .. 1IN: ..... University of West Florida at Pensacola, a two-year 3524 NW 21st St., died Monday
T II... N 07 .3'. Jl L541 POOMIMONT Oars.., tTAOi ..... ....... lIne. N UDDer level school due to open In 1967. at Alachua General Hospital M*. HINHY ,,,..,.1
1.w .... MrattM for Mr. Nonry AnoorMt. ogoa
.:' :: "Tlut "". 0e MoM."ow She was a Gainesville native will bo Hol* ot 4 f *. N Widnm.My .
I.L FUtNITIMMm More About Nommhor" U 1M4 ot DOTMV IPunorol
'V.rk OJ 3t Mws 5in03u' '' and was a housewife. c .... wim, 51. *.. ,. A'!1.500.f ...
W''no'
3 w It to mo OKIMI ..... INi... Nndudlfq tho oorvlcoi. aurllWIII
C"cog. N It i"Httr, In tltf .../ .... in ,.... .Survivors Include s even .
.... bo In trio lutlodgo CwnM.ry tin.Mr
D II._.. CIt, 57 II 40 t7 Vwufc rim .. ... ..... .. 4..i ..111. ImpactFrom daughters Mrs. Annie Gertrude tho olrociion II corny'i PeM711,
Horn Mr AiMoroM, wlio llwi il HI
L.Of. Anp.d'N..IN n 71 31 It MAHINi. FOIICAIT I Kelly, Gainesville; Mrs. Jessie W. HOW' I'..... New Y...... N.V.. dOWN5050l .
AI""NI .UC..IT 10. ItM In Now York M.kwlnf
S.NOe C.D" OSV It "I.. ao .AST. 'UL' ........, ...... II to 1 E. Wiggins, Orlando; Mrs. Le- f onort limm. Mr AnMrtonKM
"DII.... III Owls MN' NNrwon. b.e.MWedged.lr ,.. Page la Mae Klner Hollywood Mrs. bunt on NONr IJtb nil In
5191' II 04 tnd ; ,... ,. .
7 21 .... ... ewllnrly wed 1ne..II. Wedn.sd.y ALM' County end llvo* hi New
a Low SI 11:22 aMw".. "My first thought was some-plained. Mary Bell Mercer and Mrs Vork for ,.* Mil tl yoo,.. 5urv0MNlem5

thing' happened to our daughter .- "Davis told us the pilot ever Edna Cartladge, both of West Mr. RXMCCI ro IIII..JOKM tomlly Mrs oro Inilo I il''>.ttr M>,
More About CIO*, ono NI,>. SllnDotll GI...... oil
(Af wlrooMo to tho 5un1Let's who was baby-sitting down shot the field they were Palm Beach; Mrs. Kay, Perry o) .._.11I1/ on* OM Brothor, OoorgoAndonon "
the road," Hatcher admitted trying to land at Stengel Field md Mrs. Betty Allen both pf of ,wutno City. PI.l Acllvopollbnron .
It Once More. We went outside and nearbyand hit trees which Jacksonville *HI bo Honry, ",...11.. 5uww,15kaf.1Mi -
Try CongoFrom saw / Jomn W. ."IM Jonnlo'
I lights in the field." spun the! plane around" Mrs Three sons, Rob, Averill Park ., ,l... omo friomii of' Mn oro. C,.... till to ipwt NW

I Hatcher said.According I N. Y.; Jim Rev, V..j; and SIN AW. .. 1:1' M to form no nnorol ..
music
Ninety-six tube orchestra Henry Mazer "When I saw whit happened Broomton to mo ClwoKQYKIS .
director of the Florida Symphony "directs" the Page 1 Mrs. Hatcher said "J to the Hatcherspolice W. G., Gainesville; 15 grandchildren Mir ALMA LIONAIO. Funorol .
20, great grandchiidren. Mrvleoo lor M,. Alrno., LoomtrdDykM.
music from NCR 315 The American CIMs that ferried cars and ambulances arrived
sound of computer. .
a
called the sheriff and my husband OIl U,- "Mll.l .r, Iwthorn tell.
electronic brain used mainly for typesetting and accounting I the paratroops to Stanleyville Tshombe announced he would '' a half-hour later the T._. c... will bo I** of II 00
tried to help themes, ,
A.M. frun Novombor" 17 it**
will broadcast alx Christmas carols from were bringing the European ..ndrefuleel fly to Stanleyville "the last crash occurred around It 'p.m. JOHN K. HARRISQrf JR.FLEMINGTONJohn ot wmiorni on .. momoi Pua. ...l, CH
the office of the Orlando Sentinel dally during the American to Leopold- bastion of rebellion" Wednes- Hatcher described the plane Reporters, police and sight- Pork lurlol,Sinew will, bo mo. In tflrocllon' Hllleroif of Monwiol Willi......

holiday season.Orr ._ ville. The first two planes day.The as "stuck In the ground on Its seeers stayed on through the K. T........ Furi.r.1, Mono ol Ollnnvlllo, .
State nose." One man was outsidethe Harrison Jr. 42 died 5001. Ma JOHN WILLIAM Parrot'
brought more than 100, including Department said night Mrs. Hatcher Bald They suddenly .... .
.k. Sr M" JoM Wllllam 5deo
TO DIVORCE about 20 wounded., the United Nations had been wreckage by one of the were still around when she at New Smyrna_Beach Sunday SOS 15 will1 W hid ot I P.M.. onloon
clear WNd.d.y. N......".. 2S. 1550. II necNP10,10
Actor James Drury's wife, One of said informed of the operation.The wheels. "He was thrown : went back to bed at 1 a.m, evening. ., ....,.. 50101 NO' G,........
refugees
group rebels I don't know how; he added. 10110 e1NrS N. new MNd SM JMn
Crystals has been granted I a they were being marched to had accused Carl A neighbor Lawrence W NMulirpM N71kN. aurl.l
son of being U.S. "The other man was Inside will .oo 10. 51,0 Comotory undtr too
divorce In Los a major on a Minion Archer Road acid hi
Angeles. ,
itanleyvllle airport by rebel dead when I Paving Starts 0 he .
spy mission. They sentenced plane got of Hor.. Mr. See,. Sod
She testified Monday: "When troops who panicked at the sigh arrived at the scene just about .. o otWlla
him there, Hatcher said. FU and HIM 1 In Illrko
to die
a man doesn't want to be man of the Belgian paratroops and but delayed his exe- the same time as the officers 'UVN". M.1. RANCII 'u....,
wreck At
The survivor of the -
rlid to you, and you love him, fired Into the hostages; killing .1 cution twice in a futile effort to "They dldn know how to Universitywork MOkIS M Mre. Ouynn, ... It,
get the United States to force according to police reports, Is 0n-ulN, will M. IIoId II II:JO .....
that is. enough to cause turmoil east 15 including some women.. get to the wreck" Manion said M WOdw.d.e Na.mbN" U. 1,0 II
," Tshombe to call off his drive. lames Davis, 20. The man killed has started on a $295,' Williom T_.. Ch.with '..vDwIMv .
Sharp fighting was reported I II "I figured it was In the field OoroW. ..artducnn.M ....,.- '
Dntry 30, and his wife, M, at the airport but the Belgians I The United States denied that, was Alma Leonard Dykes behind my house and took 867 project to pave roads Oi lurlol, .will bo. M (....- Cimotory >
34. Both lived In Gainesvilleand street parking and sidewalks nMl* the ,
were married In 1957. She was quickly brought It under control. 38-year-old missionary from them there.. areas Tiwnoi. Funorol' fttmt

awarded custody of their two The Belgians moved on to ,Rolling Hills, Calif., was a military worked for Southern Bell "I knew Jim Davis," Man-- at the University of Flor MHO. KM Imonoe l.t ..,.It Ig. I

sons, aged I and I, and $900 a seize wide areas of the rebels. man or an agent Secretaryof Telephone Co. Ion said. "We went to school Ida.District NAseloos. ....Ie.M". S.1 JaH"M,.11.....J'..,-. So.da Pu..Mrs .

month In child support and ali In Washington the U.S.: .State State Dean Rusk warned list "I took Jim Davis" a lantern, together back In '55 and 'M .t Two Road Board will, to Novombor.MM' ol I Jl M IfM o m,. .on, Polr.tKH WM.iMM.y .-

mony. Department said that three week that the rebels would beheld blanket and pillow said Mrs Gainesville High." Member Ralph. Powers of Lake ProioytorlM, OwtK with., Or.
to account If killed latcher. "He was conscious U. S' Oordon conuclln. tho ..........
hours after the paratroops made I they "I didn't know he liked to City said the project Involve ."" .. will bo. hi Iho Chlrch C.....-
O'DWYER SICK heir dawn drop foreign hostages -Carlson or any other Americans all the time and talked occa- 50,730 square yards of facilities tory ""dolII.. lr.rll.. ol K...." Pu.MrN .
fly. He was with another workman NomS of Willi...... M,. N0l.
Former Mayor William 0' began flocking to Stan: in their territory.The ionally. from the telephone com- on the University campus.S. .or died, mooonly, on mo ovonint ..t5und.r.

Dwyer of New York Is t In a holt leyville airport, but 15 to 20 State Department said "Mostly he wanted to know pany. It was hazy list nigh M. Wall Company of .. ......,N..1Itr PI.. u. II "... .tnyr.

pltal for treatment of a hear were known to have been killed. there were 1,61) foreigners In where he was and If the pilot and they must have missed the Gainesville has been awards HAl"", Mil. ILIUM. McDO'
Michael US. rebel Mrs. Hatcher AID. -FimrM ...., ...
ailment. Hoyt, the consul territory Including N was all right. field," Manion said. I. the contract and has 150 workIng bim McOontM. Honny.coo for WIN' Mrt M toil" ol 1

O'Dwyer. 74, war reported In In Stanleyville was reported Americans, 29 of them In Stan- said. "He said he was hurling 'Alvis' Hatcher and I though days to complete the pro].I. U M A M. on TutMiy Novtmbor1N4 5a,
safe He and four members of leyville. There than and wanted to turn on his side," ot OrovotUo. bTCtvlllt Comoltr,
were more
Sarah T. Hughes satisfactory condition it Beth lurlM will ,
Judge the plane would be on fire so eeL bo kl rpoa "1. Comlory]
his staff had been under house 800 Belgians In rebel hands and We held him down as best Mor IM olroctln of Jontt-JorMioii 1
ordered convicted Israel Hospital In New York
(above) today we took Davis some distance, Fwwol Homo Mn. H......, ..no II....
promoter Blllle Sol Eaten City.In. arrest since August. I about 600 other Europeans. we could, Mrs. Hatcher ex from the wreck. I could ot 1US Flttltr' Ttrrxt. Mloml Florl.M .
away Graham ."M FrlMy night" ido
About MO paratroopers took Billy wot o mom
taken Into custody 1950 after four II btr .
(below) years hear gas leaking, Man Ion of ItM Cttholk CN.rce.vuAssr. _
after forfeiting his $10,000 mayor. O'Dwyer resigned to part in the dramatic rescue More About M'L TTN5A05A/N. Y. _
.. .....,... ...
million ordered after the rebels Movie SetA lor Mo V. "" ,
become ambassador Mexico.
will allow to
bond. The new bond said.More OM 57, rN1.' In....... fe, 0..1
In threatened to kill more than 1, About HtclrM. will bo. MU Ot IM: FM
Eaten to travel anywhere M TKurMoy, N.....".,, M ItM otiorvkot
000 whites In the
Texas ke wishes but he must Stanleyvillearea. Bailey Speech feature length Billy Graham M' 11olO A. M.i CNurc'(. "owl_,
...
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It. wll" ens _. /II.
obtain court permission to CrashFrom movie "Lucia, will be (urlol, will' M. 'm Mtwlhom
lean the state. Judge Hughes I Belgian government sources From Pace 1 shown tonight st Westslde Baptist Cmtttry onMr mt "_,... of Huon.M .
,..
In Brussels said the jump was and CKtttrwt AS VII''''', who
recall Is the person Church! at 403t Newbe try ,lose ., II? It Miry aUtlu, NtIIIMIO.
yon who may swore In President Johnson made by Belgium's lat Paratroop ie considers a junior c o liege ity junior college has been so Page 1 Road., role 51kbotN. died. (Sass-ISO N.nerebw. 0/0.I'. 5 1550 Ilte In erln.I'.

President Kennedy Battalion reinforced by a here almost a necessity. successful said Bailey, It is i Mrw vtorby WM born 'M 03' I
the day addition, Southern Belhofficlala Filmed In Buenos Aires the In Howthomo, Flo/ end Old toed In
commando They bad "The of to the
company. day the dltchdigger flexible enough serve .
killed.EXPOSURE. UII. N. V lor IJ _... tKo ....
was been flown Sunday from Ascension and the shovel Is rapidly being continuously changing needs of indicated In a preliminary In- story centers around individual 5 iKombir. of IM Mt Zlon AMIChurch. .
emptiness and frustration.The FHondt will' M. rocolvM, ol
vestlgitlon the Field
"
Slengle
Island to Kamlna military cast aside lie said. "Today the community. Hit Mm of I* from 'M MtwHMrno

base In the Congo's Katanga our young people must be educated Junior colleges have a runway apparently was untighted showing public and begins ,".T.from...*...II'.M '.M_, until II:II FM.on .

Province. well enough to adjust to three-prong role In education, at 1:45: p.m. i

Five U.S, planes dropped the technical changes which I the superintendent said: The plane, which plummeted,

about 320 men on Stanleyville occur throughout their lifetime 1. They provide general education into a field just 100 yards from I Watch This Poge !

airport about a.m., and other "The emphasis on educations programs for high school! the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvis It won't b. long

planes landed the rest. moving to the post h II h graduates who may transfer In. Hatcher 3005 SW 45th St., w.sl
Y 'yd.ate An American discovered by the Matchers at Now uu
Embassy school level." to a four-year university after

spokesman said at least 10 U.S. And that's why the commun- two years. about 10 p.m. LAFATTE:

C130s) were used to ferry the 1 They provide terminal I Hatcher said he first bean a COMING!

pars troopers. More About courses of a technical nature noise "that might have been an

yv", T a UI 'l .. Radio Stanleyville reported for students not Inclined to academic automobile crash; then went home protection at

Among the victims, er possible about dawn that at' least 20 subjects, preparing them outside and heard "lOmeo n e- Gainesville Sun less cost with *

,victims, .f the TWA Airlines American planes were clrcllni CodeFrom for skilled jobs In the commun yelling for help." 'bll.hed! tvtnlngi txetptIrwi Homeowners Policy.

crash In Rome yesterday the rebel capital. The broadcast ity. Hurrying to the field adjoining Solurdov' oM SufIdov tree?.. !
Contact today
above. called on the rebel tribesmen to his home. Hatcher saw the : by Site Gelngivlll Pub- mi
art pictured Mgr Joseph 1 L They provide an opportunity Mining Company at 101 SC
Soalag, pastor .f Sis. Peter "sharpen your knives, your machetes. Page for adults who want courses downed plane resting with Its 2nd: Plfltt.' ,v .. Florida,

and Paul Church Atlantic Tomorrow we are loin) town parking loll and Second for their cultural enlightenment tall pointing almost straight up and tnt.nrj at Mcond clou N.[.

:, Iowa, Is listed among the 10 cut up all the white men." Avenue widening land Bradford and Alachua counties Into the hazy mist Davis was motto of fit Port O'fca, at J....

mining. Mrs. Doris M. Graf These words were followed by The major objections to ..r. represent one of the last remaining lying moaning on the ground, GalnotvlCJICUUTION! .. Florid.,

+ who was knows at TWA' about 20 minutes of dance music los requirements ot the code's frontiers In the state's beside the craft. I SATES IT 1117 ..
then the radio went dead. six Officers arrived within minutes CAUIII O. MAIL
"official corporate voice" his first sections came from master plan to place a junior I WMk .43I ... ..
been Identified il one it the Tshombe said In a letter to McKlnney and Commlssl oner college within commuting d I I. removed Dykes from the MM. $;.IS

dcid. Her tape recorded aaaoanctmenli U.S. Ambassador McMurtrleCodify James Richardson. lance of M per cent of Its population plane and rushed him to Alachua 1 ,

of arrivals aid that he had asked Belgium Another reference to the Sun Bailey said.We General Hospital where he I ba All paid mail In advent N.c'pt'It' .

Th. assistant Marin departures .f planes were ; to drop the paratroopers editorial also came from Com now have junior colleges was pronounced dead on arrive-, Mombor of Audit bureau of

County coroner said Monday heard dally ky Ihouiands efif because ills necessary to do 'missioner Byron Winn who serving 20 areas In the state, al. An autopsy will be performed Circulation.M Ralph Turlington

hat Catherine Bauer Wuriter traveler ,AI.. Identified everything possible to prevent noted If a requirement allowingthe two more have legislative approval today to determine the MforM contollio* KOTOW .NSW one

59, a University of California among the victims were Leslie the rebels from carrying out city to shut off utilities (D u v .1 and Orange cause of his death. i P"PuMWUn omul C_ol Hit lei ewwo IK* ,HotnoucHM *.- STATE FARM a]

city planning professor died I, aid Stephen I, Dareell their criminal design .,al.t where property owners didn't Counties) and two others have Sheriffs deputies have ropedoff In Mow tr In oort N.wk1V 50'550 Caewgg c.-r ,

from exposure after suffering a it Woodland Calif., wise pen Innocent civilians. pay their bills, "some poor child completed surveys (Leon Wa- the crash scene and posted .. (545/00.0.. M/ eV wleNwn_,-h. aga..ww1Nl. -...... --..-..... -

brain concussion In a fall from a liked with their mother.DIVORCED Belgian Foreign Minister might, have to carry water In a kulla and Highlands-Hardee-) a guard to discourage sightseers

high slope overlooking the Pacific 'aul-Henrl Speak told a news bucket because of the city." This year Florida's J Junior and keep the evidence un-

Ocean. conference In Brussels: "After Commissioners unanimously colleges enrolled 71,142 students scattered until the FAA probers

William C. Bradley said an Mary Markham Mflchnlr the most atrocious tortures and agreed to delete the provision. an Increase of 23.000 over last arrive.

autopsy showed contusions on television producer his tiled, 40. measures which took place in McKinney objected to t b ecode's year. Half of all the college Dykes a resident of Alacnua damtsuillc SimMOU.S
her parts of the Congo It County since Infancy is survived
Mrs. Wurster'a forehead that suit for a divorce from her husband "dealing with basic prop.ert1 freshmen In the state are In by his father and mother
was Impossible for the Belgian
could have been caused by a fall of It months LaurttsMelchlor. rights. junior colleges Bailey said.
Mr. and
Mrs J. L. Dykes
government not to take IU reponslblUtko. ;
"A significant fact Is
on a flat, blunt rock.. ." He said he kid serious objections very a daughter Cheryl J. : a son, MKKCIIANDIM
She was found Monday on a 2.- Her suit, filed Monday In San- to applying the code re- that 23 per cent of these junior John D.: a brother Stephen

000-foot level slope on l, 04-foot ta Monica Calif, charges the trfcUons to homeowners, preening college students are enrolled In Dykes. iH of Gainesville aida

Mt. Tamalpals north of Sanrr.ncllco'l 74-year-old Wagnerian tenor U.N. Intruded, to limit the regulationsto occupational courses represent sister Mrs. Jo Anne Hicks of mss

Golden Gate. Mrs. with "ixtreme mental cruelty" Say N. Koreans \ rental Dreoertv. Inf an Increase in this categoryof ,Waldo.

Wurster had bees mining since She formerly was his secretary 'If a m.n" wants to live In more than TO per cent over

They trnarilrrl' Nov. I.. I last year" he said ,
".Satin cd ay aCabot fbernoon --r----- I PANMUNJOM, Korea (A?) his house with no beat Nat'ahis I Bailey also told the teachers You A,. Invited To Attend The

I Co. Fills' Turkey OrderThe I charged North Korea When right.! tt McKInney noted that argued.Ike state surveys had revealed that
today that four UJ4. was 2M of Alachua County's high Free First Sessionto t
I code does not cover mobile I
Command anal vessels Intruded
attending
school ,
were
Cabot Corp: plant ben I AlD-flnanced production ky [ Into Its waters off Korea's homes Comrniasioner Richardson junior graduates colleges elsewhere Ia be held ot Polm Lones

has filled an order for tlO.STI, American firms currently Is eau coast on 14 occasions be- protested the state. 2606 Woldo RoadTONIGHT7 1

worth of pine tar sold to Turkej I taking place at the rate ot a twt Nov 1121Guitar t "We"" going to legislate e* Of about 700 high school graduates I

through the United States foreign : billion dollars per year. T bl.I I eryttilng else, how about a moUe In Alachua County last p.m.

International aid program the Agency t: U.S. shire of AID commodity I Stolen borne code?" Richardson year two-thirds! 01 them did not November 24. 1964 I
Development
for countered. "We seem to be tryng continue their education said i
reported today. expenditures represents more Therell be no new tunes on to \
than K cent ot the total legislate everything and the superintendent ( DEVELOP '
per CONFIDENCE
Purchase by a firm la la tan Michael Piaseckl'a guitar at forget about economics. Experience has show that
bed was financed under a 19C I '.toast not for Plasecki unless Code provisions included In the IxrvMM r... end; Ce.Meiic.
junior college can rejuvenate e
loan to Turkey. Funds from I SNOWS KILL Iclty police nib the thief who I Monday's discussion Included areas and provide aa .Inspiration S*..k Iffactfeely DALI l.;

the loan cover Turkish purchases took the Instrument from his the definition section general I I to Badry Rei*>ewia" er Ness
a community CA..IGlI
from the United: States I ISTANBUL Turkey (AP) apartment Monday afternoon requirements for "i'i a III l el I said. 'A Junior coDVje can Think; end Speck .. YN' Feet
C.
of $:IS million worth of needessential ed I rreesina; temperatures and The guitar, described as a ,rooms, lighting and ventilation. I add vigor to the economy of a *tr"l F... end Worry Pw1a"ted by Ftalde IrN1.IW., line.
Ie letter C .
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commodities \to thai t: snowdrifts accounted for II hand made model colored yel-i Commissioners
kutteatioa
gate no community, culture to a society: D.*... Tear HW4etl AIIt".itt fa Aeao wl M1aM.ew
'nation's Industrial and commer, deaths In virloui parts of Turkey low and brown, la valued at l!| when they would discuss''!and can participate b the total Pew 1772-/sl6 '

flat dvtlomeAt. Monday. 200. the code agsuu |II education pnfraa.** j CoivM W.* r, Aooacwi. SfdraorI



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JitA: Locally Bought Gift Is Twice GivenWhen



is a gift twice given? When it is bought right here in Gainesville! It brings pleasure] to the

recipient, and also to your friend and neighbor, the local merchant from whom you buy.


Maybe it's only a small purchase, but a town's retail community i is built up in It large part by

small purchases, and every one helps.

.. It's a brighter outlook for all when business has been good at home. your local merchant has

long been planning to bring you the best in his line. Why not give. him a break? '
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Sometimes, a shopping trip is a simple bit of arithmetic. $2 spent for travel, $1.50 saved in "bar

.,: gains" and the profit gone to strangers*. This year why not look first at home, buy first at home,

: and. get the satisfaction of a gift twice given?

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Mrrrerrl WILLIAM EDDY He was a native and lifelong

etldent of this area In Marion

A Moilly cloudy tod nlhor cold STARKE John William Eddy Bounty: and moved to New
ttiravdi W_....,. with dccoikM I ....o M, Waldo, died here Monday Beach
ran oodlng oorly Woditntoy LM to- Smyrna a year ago.
I night w h) M High, wodnoodoy M la after an Illness of several He was a member of the Fair-
M. ... OrmIN
Moolly mrlhooot .1. 10 H M ,4 months
MIpy1.. field Presbyterian Church and
.y B C,- Showers through He was a retired cattlemanand Moose Lodge.
I Wednesday. Low 55 naval stores operator. Mr.
tonight to Surviving are his parents, Mr.
60. High Wednesday in the Eddy was bon In Baker Coon and Mrs. J. K. Harrison Sr.,

70s. Easterly winds 10 to 20 ty, and lived many years In Flemlngton; wife Betty Jean

miles an hour becoming. Waldo. and two sons John K. Harrison -
southerly Wednesday. He was a member of tbi
IV and Robert K. Harrison
6 B ttwwort through w_... H Rock Primitive Baptist Church. -
Mgt Lou NnNMn Iho ,OL High whin... all of Evansdale, Indiana;
NM 100. Surviving are one son, W.
Joy loitorly wind II M
mlloi M hwrI atwr.. one sister, Mrs. Edwin Walk-
halt-
Waldo two
Harry Eddy ;
H I Portly 'cloudy' tonight YUniversity
Md Wodnndoy with : .. up, McIntosh; one brother t ,
mIIy on brothers, Aaron Davis, Gainesville
:). ,wo III""I"I: : : \... and Angus DavU SUrke; Carter Harrison, Flemington;
Mlorly wMdl II to mugs M hour. Mri. and several nephews and
naff-sisters) M
o J- Ptrlly cloudy through two a ggle
Wodimdoy lm ohmro manly M GAINESVILLE WEATHER Yarborough and Mrs. Nett I.
W dMwy. Low tonlgM 71 to It. High Heads Talk
r t. vodnoMoy H N5. Southooit r I y Municipal Airport readings Burnett, both Maoilenny! : three
indo K W N mlloi on hour. for 24 hours to I a.m. today
K cloudy through Wtdntt. Legislative Committee on grandchildren and seven great
liy with/ low tool inowort. Low lo.n High 68 s12 p.m., low II at
Higher Education In Tallahassee today left to grandchildren.
"ni Hi tho eo are III'
to U. .. ir'eI'J; ; :: a.m. Rainfall 01.
right Dr. John S. Allen University of South Floridaat FRANCES GUYNNMrs. I

TrMP5 ATUuis sLaaweaaeN ALAUrACJcsnvlllo Tampa; Dr. J. Wayne Reltz, University of Flor
L f re* ....... tedw e as who will 88 of ,
.7 .2 .41 unrlH tomorrow ..".. .. 7:02 coo.Mum Ida; and Dr. Hal Crosby head the new Frances Guynn I
: o m.Lott
TH) Ito. M..oIng twill' ........ .. tOM, Rm. University of West Florida at Pensacola, a two-year 3524 NW 21st St., died Mondayat
It. .... .. ...
*11.14. ., ..., MOMINiNT Quarter ITA* Nov.. 21Nw upper level school due to open In 1967. Alachua General Hospital. ANDIKfON M*. MINRV Pore,
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Orlwl .01 RMu'Uk ",1<" for M Honry Andant. ago
., : :: VIIIILI: folloM PLAKITSMort. mo ANon She was a Gainesville native IX will bo hold Of 4 P *(. on Widim.doy .
.... More About Novombor M. toe of Oerwyi
41 .
WMT C.I<...M ie ? ........lollowl Mh..Mtgulut.Hum ...... e.Jtorn.H and was a housewife. Purr.CMwa.. / with, .... A.,.-. AI...
no. eensctlnp It's oorvlcoiutlodgo 5,0.1
N Ie ,
II..... City IF.. Vonui.Junior rim In the Mil. .... "."..". .7..:.0om.MAme ,.m.. Survivors Include a even will M M Ira Comotory u,.
"
cyan .. dor the dlrocllor I N Oonoy PunorMHorn
t7 ImpactFrom daughters, Mrs. Annie Gertrude
.. ,. .. .
Pt. Was II :II M AMorMn who llv l i ui
lo AOO.'oo' It.. MARINS/ POUICAIT Kelly, Gainesville; Mrs. JeSsie W. 1Wl It_. Now York N.V.. 4M4NlrvmMr
..., POUICAIT
10 OM M Now York tol
n 41 lee
i I CODAS coy "01" It'A.TsMN.VLP/ wlntfo 1N 1 E. Wiggins Orlando; Mrs. Lea low)na 0A" 'IIOo Mr ,,,.,
r WOdno..., HI fiat gq: Lm. and I """Wl. ord "Incrooilng WodnoMoyTMore bocomlnt' Page Mae Klner, Hollywood; Mr. woo Mm on Novombor llth.AO.,;:, MAlochud
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"m. Low a : r m., County ond hod ''oil In Nswvans
s/ww.n. "Mv first thought was some-.olained. Mary Bell Mercer and Mr lor 1M N.m _... Surviving

L. I About thing happened to our daughter "Davis told us the pilot overshot Edna Cartladge, both of West Mrs mon0.r. 543.,1_ 01 III_taotlly M..a.,.. Loo.2 ,'..".M....

(A* wlrtpntle H) Wo tun who was baby-sitting down the field they were Palm Beach; Mrs. Kay Per ry CI...., ond M., ,.both 01.....' sit
of 0..11I., arse .... Goo
the road," Hatcher admltte I trying to land at Stengel Field and Mrs. Betty Allen both 'pI\ Andante of Ponomo City fl or.,.. Activollboorort
'Let's Try It Once More. .' CongoFrom "We' went outside and saw nearbyand hit treea which Jacksonville I,. Milit.wHI Jan,M., Henry WolKor*>.nklllt nd Jonnlo, La.5. .

lights In the field." spun the plane around" Mra. Three sons, Rob, Averlll Par, M W.kor.,than horn All it 1...Mro... .rt Cl....*....Isis to sores NW

Ninety-six tube orchestra Henry Mazer music Hatcher said N. Y.; Jim, Reva. Va; and lln .... It I If: r> M. to loan !hit v.Mrol
"When I saw what ha oj ..
nor rnooMs h. ChipQYK
"directs" the Page 1 According to Hatcher ,W. G., Gainesville; 15 grand
director of the Florida Symphony pened," Mrs. Hatcher said, "I the L 11II1. ALMA La0NAn0 F.
sound of music from a NCR 315 computer. The American C130s that ferried Tshombe celled: the sheriff and my hus- police cars and ambulances ar children, V. great grandcluTren. ,, ...Oykoh Nrv1 m,.14.11.. Mr M,...,AlntKKHrt touthorn ion

electronic brain used mainly for typesetting and accounting the paratroops to Stanleyvll announced he wouldy band rived a half-hour later the ToMwnoM C tried the
to Stanleyvllle to help men : A M,' on i',"'... Novombor ,
"the last 17 1M4
will broadcast six Christmas carol from were bringing the European and crash occurred around .
'Hatcher 10pm. JOHN K. HARRISQrf JR. of Wlllloml/ Tlwnioo ,-., Ch...".
the office of the Orlando Sentinel daily during the American refugees to Leopold- bastion of rebellion" Wednes described the plane Reporter, police and sigh I lurlll will bo In Kilter* Momorlol' .
as "stuck in the ground on 1 Its P5,0'Otda tnt dlroctlon W WllllMnt.Tlwnoi
vllle. The first two FLEMINGTON _
planel John
holiday eaaon. day.The seeers stayed on through the K. furiprol Mono tl Oilnnvllloo
brought more than 100, includIng State Department said nose." One man was outside night Mrs. Hatcher said. They Harrison Jr.. 42, died sudden ly aDDYI Ma JOHN WILLIAM Punana,

TO DIVORCE about 20 wounded.. I the United Nations had been the wreckage by one of the were still around when she at New Smyrna Beach Sunday ""."e". U. wllf lor Mr bo; .bold Jahn ol WIIII.m I '.M.add.,..
Informed of the wheels. "He was thrown clear.don't : WoMndoy Novtmbtr IS, IM4
t Actor James Drury's wife,, One group of refugees laid I'I'they operation.The I know how" he added: went back to bed at 1 amA evening. PrtmlUv ..,,11., ChurcK w, G of,..KOCH......
rebels had accused with I Hornun Moody ate John
Cry.tallIII! / been granted a, were being marched to Carl) "The other man was inside neighbor Lawrence W. and.. =' I 05 N.vk". aurue
divorce in Los Angeles Stanleyville airport by rebel'son of being a US. major on a Manlon, Archer Road said he will M "' neck C".ry .1Ido 1h,
,
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the dead when I Paving Starts d/rael/o 01 D.W' C. J.., Punl
plane got
She testified Monday:' "Whe troops who panicked at the sigh spy mission. They sentenced arrived at the scene Just about -. 01 ...... M,. ...... Ilvod .'
him to die but delayed his there Hatcher said *.!'*.. H 1., .ne! dlod In Itorkow ,
a man doesn't want to be mar of exe- the
the Belgian paratroops and same time as the officers
The survivor of the wreck OuTNN Me,. 'UNCII ,
cution twice in At iw"raNmIi.
rled to you, and you love him, tired into the hostages, killing at a futile effort to "They dldn' know how to University tor Mrs Ouyno. .,. N.
that Is enough to cause fur east 15 get the United States to force according to police reports i Is NouwlN. wllN' hold at It:JO in,
Including some women. get to the wreck Manion salt W_,.
Tshombe to can off his drive. James Davis, 28 The man kll Work has started Nwombv Is IH4 tt
moil. Sharp fighting was reportedat "I figured it was In the field on a $295, WllllMtil Them, Ch.... with *n.

Drury 30, and his wife, M, the airport but the Belgian The United States denied that ,ed was Alma Leonard Dykes. behind my house and took :S67 project to' pave roads, oodles. lurlll Oorild wil M oondiKtlnt 1ft OvrrO rhoM. Mrvb.C.....

were married In 1957. She was quickly brought it under control. the 36-year-old missionary from 34. Both lived In Galnesvlll them there." streets, parking areas and sidewalks try T.....MMor.HPwwrtl.. ... 11"roctlon_.. of Wlll/.n./

awarded custody of their two The Belgians moved on to Rolling Hills Calif., was a military and worked for Southern BeD 'I knew Jim Davis. ," Man- at the University of Flor thno odd ........ Wt AgoloMAP.PJION It

sons, aged I and 3, and ($900 a seize wide areas of (he rebels. man or an agent Secretaryof Telephone Co. 1 Ion said. "We went to school MR., JOHN a.. Je. Pu..MrN .
Ida.District Nrk lor Mr. ...
Narlon
s n month in child and all. State Dean Rusk warned last "I took Jim Davis a lantern, ... .. .
support In Washington the US.: State together back in '55 and 'M at Two Road Boar will. bo hold M I':M p WN.M.dy.

mony. Apartment said that three week that the rebels would beheld blanket and pillow," said Mrs Gainesville High." Member[ Ralph Powers of Lake Hold. ,..Noiwnbor._,... Church M, IH4.with ol Poll O,.

hours after the paratroops made to account If they killed atcher, "He was conscious I City said the project Involve U. .I.' Damon conducting *. oorvkoi..
I "I didn't know he liked to aurlawlll bo M the CMrch Chin.
O'DWYER SICK their dawn drop foreign' hostages Carbon or any other Americans III I the time and talked occaonally. :50,730 square yards of facilities( tory uMor tho direction of Knoull p..
fly. He was with another workman Mrs "_ .
In of Wllllilon Air.
Former Mayor William 0'. began flocking to Sta: their territory.The from the telephone com- I on the University campus.S. on dlod wddonly .. too ..onl.HUT. of

.. Dwyer of New York II''in a hoi, eyville airport but IS to 20 State Department said "Mostly he wanted to know pany. It was hazy last night M. Wall Company ofl "...d.y.O..N.No--lIor"PI4. U. N Now amynv
4 known to have been killed. there here he and If the
pltal for treatment of a hear were were 1,113 foreigners In was pilot
and they must have missed the Gainesville has been awardedthe NUVIV. Mar 'L'IA"'N '
l1Judge Michael Hoyt, the U.S. consul rebel territory tt all right. Mrs. Hatcher ALD-of MOON
ailment. Including was field" Manlon said. contract and has 150 working 14mM tan Mro, all..
O'Dwyer, 74, was reported I In 1 In Stanleyville, was reported Americans 29 of them In Stan- said 'He said he was hurtingand "Alvls Hatcher and I thought days to complete the : Nth 11 e MeO..11 A M. .n Manmy_.,..wll Nw.nN N he. of
proJ- ,. no
Sarah T. Hughes satisfactory condition at Beth safe. He and four members ofhis leyvllle. There were more than wanted to turn on Us side," ... Of .'_1'", arnCalu. c..ry,
!the plane would be on. fire so ct 1..01 will 05 1ft 1"11I.
(above) today ordered convicted Israel! Hospital In New Yor staff had been under house 800 Belgians In rebel hands and "We held him down as best took Davis distance onr the ..Irat/N/ Of Jan..Jen.ee Cm.1.ry
crest since August. about 800 other Europeans w. could" Mrs. Hatcher fII we some Pwwn/ Mom, Mro, N.rvw. who Ily.d
promoter Blllle Sol Eaten City. from the wreck. I could Of 7375 PIpIN' Torn.... MNm "or ,
About two away Graham] M 41,4. .. .
after paratroopers too Billy Prid.y a.ht..h. w 0 '
taken Into custody In 19SO four a. 5m
(below) years hear gas leaking," Man I Ion 555 of ttw C.'holl Chins.
In the dramatic
rescu I
after forfeiting his flt.OOO mayor O'Dwyer resigned to part More About Yeueay Mill. 'N.ioluN _
Y.
bond. The new bond will allow become ambassador to Mexico. mission ordered after the rebels said.More Movie SetA .'untrol ....,eoo lor Mrl Vrartv.
In threatened to kill more than 1; About SoetrH oo' n., rodl towocior tor Control
will bo ,
Eaten to travel anywhere hold M 100 'M.

Texas ke wishes, but he must 000 whites In the Stanieyvlll Bailey Speech : feature length Billy Graham on Mr. TMmd lion .A,*. .e Novombor. church II.MOW MN* .t,

obtain court permission to area. Crash movie, "Lucia,. will b. 543510.5'I..! wuh Sung nv.! will I.....be,MdllctI M ... ....

leave the state Judge Hughes, r Belgian government sourcesn From Pnrffi 1 shown tonight at Westslde Baptist Cwn.tany ondrr tho dlroctlM.w.homo of Hugh.
Brussels :1 .
laid the jump wi u N (>ootnuf Mn. Yoorby. ,
who
you may recall Is the persoa < hasrobeen Church! at 4039 Newbe t r 1 jnd( 217 I'. M.ry .... 01100. Now
who swore In President Johnson made by Belgium's lit Paratroop he considers a junior college ity Junior college 10 From Page 1 load. York IlliobHh( Nmombor,. ., It, |... I* ?
Ho .
President Kennedy t Battalion reinforced by a here almost a necessity. successful, said Bailey It Is II',.. Mrs. Y.'IIT onorltd W" 110.,11,1iTlMJ'
the day I
4 commando company. They had "The day of the dltchdigge flexible enough to serve thi e addition Southern Belt.official.! Filmed In Buenos Aires, the In Nowthomd ,'.. Kid (I'M In

was killed. !been flown Sunday from Ascension and the shovel Ia rapidly being continuously changing needs of Indicated In a preliminary Investigation tory centers around individual .UNco.0,5's N...V.01 lor tM V yoort.lion OM 051.w,

Island to Kamlna military cast aside" he said. "Today, the community. the Stengle Field emptiness and frustration.The m.Co.,Mme.,. PrIwM ff e4. Prow will 110. 1ft r...._.,._... II

I base In the Congo's Katanga our young people must be educated Junior colleges I have a runway apparently was unllght. showing la public and begins .PI., NO.17 10 '.11II. until 12:II 11II.

,Province. well enough to adjust to three-prong role In education, edThe at 1:45: p.m. n

I Five US. planes dropped the technical changes w h I c h the superintendent said plane, which plummeted

,about 320 men on Stanieyvlll occur throughout their lifetime I 1. They provide general education Into a field just 100 yards from Watch This Page !

airport about 6 a m, and other "The emphasis on education, programs for high school the home of Mr. and Mrs Alvls It won't b. long I

4 planes landed the rest. II moving to the post high I graduate who may transfer Into Hatcher, 3005 SW 45th St., was TMrw.v.tIft

t ek ''An American Embassy school level. a four-year university after discovered by the Hatchers at Now I

spokesman said at least 10 U.S. And that's why the commun-I two years. bout 10 p.m. LAFATTE IS

., Cl30s were used to ferry the 2. They provide t u m I nab Hatcher said he first beard a'' COMING !

r. r r paratroopers. More About courses of a technical nature noise "that might have been an I

t .:i\ Radio Stanleyville reported for students not Inclined to academic automobile crash" then went I home protection atLas

Among the victims tr possible about dawn that at least 20 subjects preparing them outside and /heard "lOmeo n e Gainesville Sun cost with i

Y ,victims, ef the TWA Airlines American planes were circling, CodeFrom for skilled Jobs In the community. yelling for help" Pub'lihtd' fvtnlngi' except Homeowners Policy.
t t"wt the rebel The broadcast Hurrying to the field I
crash la Rome yesterday capital. i adjoining Saturday and Sunday mom.

art pictured above. Migr. Joseph called on the rebel tribesmen to 3. They provide an opportunity his home Hatcher saw the :tat by than Gaintivlll Pub- Contact mi todaylw I
1 Ilinlng Company of 10) St
Soatsg, pastor ef Sis Peter "sharpen your knives your machetes Page for adults who want course downed plane resting with Its 2nd Place.' GalnMvlll' Florida I I

1 and Paul Church: Allan- Tomorrow we are going town parking lots and Seconi d for their cultural enlightenment tail pointing almost straight up and entered e< second CIo' ,, .. 117 IU.It' .

ttrru. tic, Iowa II listed among the to cut up all the white men." Avenue widening land. Bradford and Alachua counties Into the hazy mist. Davis was1 I rxalttr at the Post 0 fic, al

.. mining. Mrs. Doris M. Graf, These words were followed by; The major objections to var represent one of the last remaining lying moaning on the ground, Gainttvl. Florlcl.t: 16th Ave.

who was knows as TWA's about 20 minutes of dance mulie. bus requirements of the code' frontiers In the state's beside the .Tart.. CIRCULATION RATIS IT J these

"official corporate volet" has then the radio went dead. tint six sections came from master-plan to plac. a Junior Officers arrived within minutes CAiailROKMAIL'

been Identified as eat al the Tshnmhn aid In a fetter 10U.S McKinney and Commlssl I removed Dykes from the I Wish .41I FRanklie
oner college within commuting d stance '''... $;.IS
EXPOSURETb.assists dead. Her tape recorded announcements Ambassador McMurtrleGodley James Richardson of W per cent of Its population plane and rushed him to Alachua 2.0444
ef arrivals and that he had asked Belgium Another reference to the Sun Bailey said. General Hospital where he' All moil lubxrlptioni mutt

I n t Marln departures .f planes were to drop the paratroopersI, editorial also came from Conv "Wt now have Junior colleges was pronounced dead on be Mmb paid 'In of advanc Audit Bureau fCbculetlon I

County coroner said Monday beard dally by thouiands of because It Is I'mlMloner Byron Winn who serving 20 areas In the state; al. An autopsy will be arrlv"l Ralph Turlington

that Catherine Bluer Wurstrr .I travelers. ,Ahe idritlfled everything possible to preventthe noted If a requirement allowingthe Iwo more have legislative approval -formed today to determine the I Alt mMrM anttlmtl koroktIK N er.ora

SI, a University of California among the victims were Leslie rebels from carrying out city to shut off utilities (Duval and Orange cause of his deathSheriff's I PuWMllr* .'i,l"r Ceo*II,*,IM 1C) 0.IHA_.0rwuctM '.- STATE FARM "a"Hamcsvilk "

city planning professor died t, aid Stephen, I, Darnell their criminal design al b..t where property owners didn't bounties) and two others have deputies have ropedoff I,, 0... IK WWM or in .... r
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from exposure after suffering a .f Woodland Calif., who per- innocent civilians.Belgian pay their bills, "some poor chile completed surveys (Leon Wa- the crash scene and posted Iy MrtkMOT Mt1.wlttmit_1_nw. ..rlttwwntilMlM J rio.aynsati. .... -.

brain concussion In a fall from a liked with their molher.HIVOHCED Foreign Minister night!, have to carry water In a 'bulla and Hlghlands-Hardee).** a guard to discourage

high slope overlooking the Pacific 'aul-Henrl Speak told a news bucket because of the city." I This year Florida's J a n I e r seers and keep the IIlht.j

Ocean. I conference In Brussels "After Commissioners unanimously colleges enrolled 71.W students entered until the FAA

William C. Bradley said an Mary Markham Mrkkolr 40., the most atrocious tortures and greed to delete the provision. an Increase of 22.000 over last arrive

autopsy showed contusions on television measures which took place In McKinney objected to tile year. Half of all the college, Dykes a resident of Alachua
producer has filed (
other parts of the Congo Itas code County since Infancy, la our
Mrs. Wurster'i forehead that suit for a divorce from /her husband "dealing with basic prop'ertlr freshmen In the state are In, Ylved by hIt father 1111
Impossible for the Belgian and moth-
been caused by a fall right- Junior colleges Bailey said.
have
could of i04 months
Laurltx
er Mr. and Mrs. J.
1-
government not to take Its reponjIblUtiei. Dykes;
on a flat, blunt rock. Melchior. ." He said he had serious objections "A very significant fact la a daughter Cheryl J. a son, MONKS MIIUIIAM; ; >M;

She was found Monday on a J,. Her suit, filed Monday In Santa to applying the code re- that 2S per cent of these Junior John D.: a brother, Stephen

000-foot level slope on 2,804-foot Monica, Calif, charges the college students are enrolled In
frictions to homeowners, pre Dykes, all of Gainesville a a d
U.N. Intruded
ML Tamalpais, north of San 74-year-old Wagnerian tenor occupational courses representing
erring to limit the regulations a sister Mn. Jo Anne Hicks of z
Francisco's Golden Gate. Mrs. with "extreme mental cruelty." Say N. Koreans to rental property. 'I an Increase in this category Wilds

Wurster had been missing- since She formerly was his secretary. "-tf _moil_.. ._._n nt_. t_* _thioi_. Inhis of more than" TO per: cent over .
S.hirdav afternoon. They aspirated Nov. I. last year, be salt I
house with neat that'shis
no ,
PAMMVNJOM. Korea (API) Bailey also told the teachers You Are Invited To Attend The

J Cabot Co. Fills Turkey Order' I-charged Communist today that North tour Korea U.N. When right.1 It was McKinney noted that argued.the Ute of surveys Alachua bad County's revealed high that Free First Sessionto t

I Command natal vessels mlmd- code does not cover mobile

The Cabot Corp plant here !' AID-flnanced production b y ed Into Its waters off Korea'seast homes Commissioner Richardson school Junior graduates colleges were elsewhere attending In t. held ot Palm Lones

has filled an order for $10,57 American firms currently i staking ; coast on 14 occasions betweea protested. the jUte. 2606 Waldo Rood

worth of pine tar sold to Turkey place at the rate of a Nov. 11-21 "We're 1
going to legislate eve Of about 7M high school gr*>-
United States foreign 1
TONIGHT.
through the billion dollars per year This errtMrj else bow about a mobile .sates In Alachua County last p.m.

aid program, the Agency U.S. share of AID commodity jiiitarThere'll Stolell borne code*" Richardson year, two-thirds of them did not Nevember24, IW4

for International Development !countered.. seem to be trying continue their education said l
reported today.Purchase expenditures represents more be no new tunes on to
legislate
by a firm In Istanbul than K per cent of the tout Michael Plaseckl's guitar, a.lust forget about economics.everything'* and tbe"Experience superintendent.bat show that DEVELOP CONFIDENCE +a,

was financed under a 1963loan not for Flouecki. unless Code provisions Included: h the UCFMM Pea eel CdMfMJeitct
Junior college can rejuve-
to Turkey. Funds from SNOWS KILL city police nab the thief whetook !\fonda,'. discussion included sate areas and preside aa bMpuaUon > SaMk Iffectivehlemember /

the loan cover Turkish purchases the Instrument from his the definition section, general I! to i community Bail- Messes DALI Iy
from the United Statesof partment Monday afternoon Think .ndl peek .. Teur Feel CAINIGII ,
1STA.NBI-L, Turkey (AP) requirement* for hats liable 7 laid "A Junk college caa
$3S million worth of needed FreniiM and The guitar described as astand e) C.*tnl Fee cad Worry
temperatures rooms, lighting and ventilation. )lade! vigor to the ef a
I I economy le a letter C..Ttn.ti*...liitDevelop P."s.d by Inc
commodities essential to that;snowdrifts accounted for 11 made model colored ye>-I Commissioners gave M Mi.cation community culture to a society eo 1rw.'a
'nation's industrial and deaths In various of low and brown is valued ati2o0. when Ye., Hidden .A il..it. Far AAe1ua07n.
commtr-j parts 1'Iar-I' they would discussthe (and tea participate bt tilt total) I tCeMw

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I.A.J: Locally Bought Gift Is Twice Given



When is a gift twice given? When it is bought right here in Gainesville! It brings pleasure to the

recipient, and also to your friend and neighbor, the local merchant from whom you )buy.

Maybe it's only a small purchase, but a town's retail community is built up in a large part by

small purchases, and every one helps.

It's a brighter outlook for all when business has been good at home your local merchant has

,,' long been planning to bring you the best in his line. Why not give. him a break?

Sometimes, a shopping trip is a simple bit of arithmetic 82 spent for travel, 81.50 saved in "bar

.: gains" and the profit gone to strangers. This year \\liy not look first at home, buy first at home,

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By RALPH MeGILL

THE SUN'S POLICYk 01 P.u.n flOe .1.......WOP.se to*.) CMMIIMM.w On the surface, it may look: as If the

current controversy between J. Edgar Hoover, director of the
Report the hews Aid
fully Jmporllolly In the
stews columns. FBI, and Martin Luther King Jr., bead of a leading Negro
2. Express the of or-
opinion the Sun In--but only hv tdllorloli.' .
I. Publish all sides, of ganlzaUon, merely concerns a question of veracity about inci
Important controvtnlal/ '''U... InspiringVisit
dents in
Albany, Ga., In connection with the handling of com

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 plaints by Negroes and "civil rights" workers In that city. But

a J the issue goes deeper. It Involves the effort of organized

I # f groups to pressure governmental agencies into taking action
ToHospital to meet protests based upon passion and emotional fed-

11 logs, rather than on the rules of law which require .ubstan-

Stock's 'Face-Lifting' 3r tint evidence before arrests can be made.

The effort to convert the FBI into a' political is
Stock's 'ien's Store, on the westside new. It has been evident in the activities of other agency pressure not

of the square, reminds us with groups from time to time. Sooner or later, the FBI will have

its new and attractive front that the"facelifting" REVITALIZING to be made an agency separate from the Department of Justice
-
Hospital Visit A visitor a unless the department itself becomes
program for the beau. agency.For an independent
tlfication of downtown Gainesville is DOWNTOWN stopped In the door. Ted Ken r .

still under way.Sometimes nedy Jr., aged three, and his when it comes to the operations of the law, the citizens

sister Kara, aged 4, stood by expect enforcement to be fair and impartial. The FBI

i their father, who was stretch lam. arrest a person merely on suspicion unless there is evidence cannot
enthusiasms
t flare anddieespeclalJy' ed 'It All Depends on Whose Barnacle Gets Scraped" to
; .r' straight and support such action.
under pressures that .) ; 4 prone on a There
metal frame. are penalties for making false
divert attention from the objectiveand MidI ,-.', ... .. arrests.

: goodness knows there have been : The visitor went on in, tak

I plenty of diversionary Interests this :: ing the backward extended LAW ENFORCEMENT Is

: fall. Jll I i hand of the man on the Voice of the People not mer.I''y. a matter of using
the
frame. The patient's forehead I force FBI as a national police
such M fa found In
; to
rested
: But the election campaign is over, on a single pad talitarian/ countries. The federal

and the Christmas shopping season '" crosspiece. There were pads i.0n The un' Opinion Page courts have In recent

'I is now with us. So it's back to business ., along the forward sides of years, for example, releas-

: as usual. And part of that bust the metal frame on whichhe I 0*!..lwn end wmmtiiK .f gee n 4 n rue w..k_. hi Ike Vila ft Ik* People ulmmmu ...... ed Prisoners on the ground
: could rest his arms. Senator k. ds... tM beer et'. ..Ihr'. ........ N.... will k* *''thh... If M. MM 4. A tins ....... that they were Improper 1
the
ness has to do with long-range F pee pissed 500 .... ... mm k. ,wrltt. m oily MM ii,<. .1 the MM. PMiry ...... k. v..4. TN interrogated before
: plans for Gainesville's future. The on this Kennedy metal has been in and 'Sue.....'n..... "" she rlahe Ie inset eel ..... II ? ........ Hi Mktut' hflt| the wilds| manlae II arraigned. they were
frame since --
1 a
"dressing up" of the downtown
[ few days after the plane as possible;, this Is democracy the lowest Under the existing circumstances -
T stores and other business establish crash on last June If. In the Give ChildA in action. prices for cattle In ,' the JnvesUgat I r e

I ments is only one step but it is smash years, hurricanes, drought so agencies of the
an ,, ... up he suffered what This government
verse by American called "Hunters"
and "G reel
I important step toward the realization = is commonly called a broken Good Start poet, Vachel Lindsay, sums Thieves." a s that they must be very
---11 cautious and
of the downtown potential. -- cracked back. One into vertebra was EDITOR, Sun : The current up vividly the present need: Just 'one more word. Sev they make arrests.careful But before

The modern businessman has an This may seem far afield from others had multiple 11 pieces.breaks.Two issue of U. S. News and "Let not young souls b e eral high school students will not satisfy those "h thIs

important role in maintaining and "face-lifting" around the square and One vertebra was twisted World Report contains an article smothered out before. .They came to the door, introduced think: that certain 0

: promoting a sound economy and in elsewhere In the city But that about 30 degrees out of line. of great importance to do quaint deeds and fully themselves, and asked U I should be promptly arrested suspects
: all the public. It states thata flaunt their pride. had any land on which they and tried
furthering the development of a operation is only symbolic of the could

I stable community. }I. is responsibly continued cooperative effort that DINNER CAME In on a new report indicates that a Its"It babes is the world's dull. c Its rim I e back: to shoot thank and: me.then The came old It Is small wonder that J. ..
high degree of grow poor Edgar Hoover
linked with of the will be needed to accomplish the tray ss the young senator and accuracy can barrel has seemed to give
aspect city's some real
every a visitor talked. It was two be achieved in the testing of ox like,.limp and leaden good vent to impatience when

I progress. goals the.. city has set for itself. lamb chops, a small servingof whether a six year old boy eyed. rotten.apples II!. It, they all are not to a group< of women he'talked .

string<< beans, a banana, will or will not grow to be a "Not that they starve, but reporters last weak on the
.
:; Business leaders are winning This city and its people deserve a and a glass of milk. There teen-aged delinquent starve so dreamlessly, Not RALPH Rural Route DOWNING Four general subject of law en

greater community esteem throughout better downtown than we have It was a platlc drinking tube in The method was developedby that they sow, but that they forcement Mr. Hoover was
the glass. Month of existenceIn Sheldon and Eleanor l seldom reap, Not that they particularly bitter about
the nation by accepting the is one to be ashamed of with only some
the confines of the frame Glueck, Harvard law school serve, but have no gods to Vote DefeatedU.S. of the activities of the Reverend .
"service principle" ss a part of their notable exceptions. "
and of lying prone have enaabled criminologists, and WU tried servt. Martin Luther King Jr.
operational code. The glory of private Senator MRS.-R. B. FRENCH The FBI chief -
Kennedy to out 10 vein tan bv th. Nw Freedom said that Mr.!
enterprise its ability and willingness There I is a sense of community demonstrate man's marvelous York-City-youth adR: ; King bad told ",....A... /,, vi.,

to "get under the load" conscience involved in this downtown ability to adapt to stresses sults have Just been published. Not All Apples EDITOR, Sun: With the organization not f i-r-Pri acts I I

.J when the interest of the community remodeling. Heaven forbid that and new situations. Lying Selected for testing were tragic results of the 1964 presidential of violence to the FBI in .Albany .

; (or the nation) is at stake. this fine city be lacking in itt! tray there,some reaching three down feet below to the 301 boys entering two schools Are Rotten elections we lost our there, are Ga.,southerners because the agents
In a neighborhood with a high, last chance to return to hon and
him, ht cut the chops, using would not do
anything about
record of delinquency. Of the EDITOR, Sun I est government and free enterprise
: happen
knife and fork with easy dex- to such compalints. Mr.
Hoover'areply
COST CONSIDERATIONS group, 131 were Negroes, 42 have several the same freedom
terity, and pulled the milk up corn fields was that the majority
were Puerto Ricans. The results which art covered with so many have died to obtain
through the tube, and managed corn of FBI agents In the South
ss shown In the report: knocked down and to defend are
I to carry on conversation by the hurri during and northerners, and that four of
as easily as If seated In comfort Delinquency was forec a s t cane. To partially salvage since the American Revolu the five agents In Albany
Future' for 33 boys. Accuracy: SS this corn, tion.
Medicare's at a table. cows wert put Into were born in the North.
per cent. these fields to eat up what
In the more than five Nondelinquency was forecast com they could.Regardless Barry Goldwater went all The FBI director conceded

months since his grievous In- for 243 boys. Accuracy: of many signs- out in his presidential campaign that there have been difficulties

By RICHARD WILSON pital diagnostic sir ,lee .. ance premiums.A Jury, Senator Kennedy has n per cent "Posted No Hunting, Keep not for glory and power with local authorities,

Chief, These services might Include program of !this kind of- developed a routine of recreation An even chance of becoming Out, etc." these fields were but In an attempt to save some of whom, due to their

Cowlti Washlngtos Bureau skilled nursing care after fers the kind of protection older and work. In addition to delinquents was given 25 overrun with so-called "Hun his country and ours from prejudices, are lax in law en-

WASHINGTON, D. C. Expectations transfer of a patient from a people want and heed. It painting he has read a great boys. Nine became delinquents I ters." Moat of them shouting destruction, not from foreign forcement involving violations

may be running hospital, physical occupational would help them pay the number of books, many related 18 did not. at anything that moves. One powers, but from the immoral of "civil rights." But the FBI

higher than prospects for their or speech therapy. cost of keeping out of the hos to the problems of govern Forecasts were based on Instance I witnessed, some dishonest ruthless socialIsts has no authority over the state

fulfillment In till medical care Advocates of health cart for pital. ment. Friends and associates, supervision and discipline 1 I trespassers were shooting a t and pro Cbmmunl t s and local police, and has to

proposals Congress Is expected the aged financed through This is federally supervised Including some senators and given a boy by his mother, dove over the heads of a herd who are becoming our mar depend on their voluntary

to enact after It meets In Social Security are quite right Insurance, no doubt of that. State Department heads, have and on family cohesiveness. of pure bred Hereford cows ters. co operation. In cases where

January. that it is but a beginningstep. But If the pattern can be appeared In the more or less Many of the boys studied had causing them to run to the By the local police cannot be relied

"Medicare" seems to mean It surely will not be worked out, If It could be ex regular seminars an government no fathers living with the opposite end of the field. est conducting a clear hon- upon, the FBI may Increase -
long before those who art not tended to the catastrophic held In the hospital I famllv. There they were met by a campaign, Barry Goldwa Its forces. But this
n many things to so many (5 will ask should illnesses of an earlier age, room. --Youth barrage of shots which sent ter lost the presidency, but does not mean that .it ,.An .1.
why they -
wouldbe board
It officials
people that perhaps be taxed to the If it could ultimately be made said them back again.Fortunately retained something far; more ways gather enough evidence
hospital
useful to point out what pay in Its "I WAS DETERMINED the study would be used In for the precious, his self anda to
bills of those who are over more general applica not "Hu respect bring a case against all
Congress will not do. 85 without themselves receiving tion, we might in the end be to lose touch with things In planning how to prevent delinquency lion," I respect the law and clear conscience. persons suspected of violating

Congress will not enact legislation such protection. able to avoid a program of Massachusetts or with the before H devclo p .. did physically defend my Wt who supported him, did "civil rights" t

providing for the kindof any state medicine which wouldbe problems with which the Sen- (End of report). poor cows who were minding so out of respect, admiration
socialized medicine In effect Ills then that the magnI- ate This Is related to our need their business Somewhat the same dilme.
so difficult to administer, must cope, he said "I on posted land, and confidence, not because
In Western Europe a n tude of health care, even on and so bitterly fought by the am grateful to friends who for nursery schools here, for trying( to put on weight so he promised us ma confronts the FBI In 1.1)110nectlon

nations No federal funds will the limited basis, will rise 1 -medlt'at----.--. nrn.lnn.. have assisted me to keep up." children of all races and that I can sell them to gel The Sun should everything be with the measurer
r.--.v.
be for the sharply While It la yet too creeds congratulated that might have been taken to
provided payment Senator Kennedy was, o f money to pay the taxes, In- for their
of doctor's or surgeon's fees. early to say what the IncreaseIn course gratified by the over.whelming Experienced teachers and terest and expenses on that propaganda part In the protect the late President I
No one who Is not yet 65 yearsold Social Security taxes will Johnson Hum- educators all over the country land. e o m p a I g n Kennedy against assassina

will be eligible for any be under the present limited At Dinner phrey victory, as well as by are awakening cltlien I l Some disgruntled "Hu fective.against him, it surely was ef tion. It Is natural for the FBI

bend Its. bill, It appears that the maximum his own. His margin was more thought to the urgency of ters" wasted many shells Now director to resent the criti-
contribution rates will we can march ahead cism of his
A letter to a senator sums than a million votes. working with the shooting up the signs One agency mad In
rise on the order of $50' to $70a very young with L. B. J. and Hubert to the report of the
lip the problem: "I am past With The child. At this age he Is nat- defied me, saying I did not Warren
63 My husband Is pant M. Our year, and we will be rapidly The senator was Interested, urally curious and to have enough posted signs up. destroy what Is left of private Commission. For, as Mr.
10 cent as are a1! observers in the eager enterprise, medicare Hoover told his
Income Is small. I must approaching a per learn. Not one offered to pay for to destroy press confer-
very doctor twice tax bite on all wages and three Southern states that the privilege of shooting dove the medical profession, wee last week, it i Ja tapossiWe -
the a
to How
to learn
go week. husband must to salaries up to possibly a $],- Queen Joined Mississippi and Ala 1 most advan- In my fields. They must think which of course means higher to take out of circulation
My go tageously and how to adapt to ",
600 limit. bama In providing social very Individual
a taxes
majority that by paying security war who might
doctor week. We .. a couple of
(he once a us ew r r TIIIIoI for a group are vital factors for threaten
None Senator Coldwster. This dollars for a license on poverty for the lazy{ and the safety of the
must have our prescriptions of these figures Is ex- LONDON For anyone successful In the they then C
filled, and that costs a act because the bill as It will who bas ever wondered what majority had to voted because school and progress in the have the right to roam the aid for their Communist president" when the chief executive ,

neat deal of money. My husband emerge will probably be dif the food and conversat lo a Senator they hold to a dream that 1s especially true for home.those This countryside shooting anything friends II they may more effectively makes a public

must buy Insulin, and I ferent than the Senate-adopt were like at Buckingham Palace Coldwater would win and anywhere. make war on our especially when appearance I
and carry out his promise to who come from homes where Lest I true allies. rides down city streets In
forget At
need new glasses. Please vole ed provision or the amend- David Warner, a leading least
lor the President's medicarebill. ments proposed by Senator Shakespearean actor, offersan purge the U.S. Supreme Court the background Is not conducive three times this summer The Russian and Chinese open automobile. The implication

." Riblcoff of Connecticut Insight and assist in repealing the to learning. These tractors and other machinesleft Reds art certainly laughing/ that somehow the FBI f
Civil rl.llhlJllcl Th* rallnn ?! children are not underprivileged In the fields at was responsible for the fail-
over the us now, and for good reasons
His Informal
account of lift course, reglatered''bdk; ; !but misunderstood.Let are to prevent Lee
weekend Os-
ALL THE TOTES In the COST FACTORS for filler were drained dry Harvey r
world for the President's med medical coverage are truly at the luncheon table went tion whatever of a wish to do us In Gainesville give of gasoline. It's a great life H. K. EATON wald from shooting Mr. Kennedy -

icare bill will not give help astronomical. Sponsors of the like this: either. Senator Kennedy holdsa all the.children as fair a start trying. to beat the weather, Worthington Is resented by the FBI
"The firm belief men who
food was very good. that there Is know the facts.
legislation look
to this troubled couple. There can only with
I started with scrambled leadership In the South that
Is nothing In the bill for them, hope In the voluntary features eggs
of the medical and smoked salmon, but Idldn't will In lime come forward to POTOMAC FEVER THE TRLTH IS that the
nothing at all for surgical cart plan
know what I alt afterthat wrest control from the dominant FBI and Secret Service com
costs In nothingfor now before Congress as .
a hospital, possibly
bined
The menu was In French reaction and bring the do not have sufficient
its most By JACK WILSON Cowlea
significant
a doctor's visit to the part, Washington Bureau
and South Into Its personnel
to
everything was coveredup proper place carry out the
or at least that
home
nothing for prescriptions some alternative part which offers with sauces. Underneath with the rest of the nation. Bobby Kennedy tells students in Mexico City he won't run for president In kind of precautions which, the
a doctor writes nothingfor to a gigantic -
everything It looked like a 1968. Natural-Mexico doesn't have an election in 1968. Warren Commission! report i In.wnated. ,
a patient's call at a doc program of comprehensive The visitor stood lo say ,
chop. might have
been taken
medical aid for
tor's office. aiL goodbye. In
"The Queen asked me about Dallas.
What Is provided Is a limited This Is a separate program the plays I had been in. Mind The young man In the metal John Glenn begins a refresher flying course. Instructor "-Colonel If The lime thing applies/ U.
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amount of
home hospital or authorizing a federally chartered you, she's all clued up beforehand frame will recover. The many want to go to the bathroom raise your hand and well provide aa escort" you "civil rights." The federal,
nursing cart under controlled association of private
government
about what fractures has
wt all do. of vertebrae are DO hwestigs
conditions and on the Insurance companies exempted But I asked her more things fusing Tht vertebra twisted live force big enough to de
written certification of a phy from the anti trust lawsso than she asked out of line test aa the "eJvtt vH
me. slowly has resumed Defense Secretary McXamara tells what rights"
sician. This Is not Inconsiderable as to be able military bases will be
closed
to spreadthe "I asked her what type of Its normal position. In the Mac'a slowing down-the election's been lotions that are going on. Na I
by means. It would risks and lower otter more than two week.
any the cost of theater .he liked and she said not too distant future tile does it have enough enforce .
coat ft 1.5 billion the first full health insurance
year for per- she liked to be taken Into a senator will walk out of that meat agencies to prvpan G LJ
and the costs would rapidly sons ever 65. This kind
of Insurance eases
dream world something hospital room. against those who vto
away Sit
defeated
mount would cover physlci- congressmen go on Junkets abroad at public sptnae. Tfc.r.. late the haw
from her life. Well, I .
The typical option to be exercised ,an's and surgeons fees, den tail that funny, when mean "Comt back again," ht calt so you won't worry-they may be lame ducks but they caa still I fly aD righU I I 1M

by those who art ben tal services, diagnostic cart, else thinks she's everyone In a ed. Unless a bug national pa l ..
tfitted Is expected to be up toM laboratory and X- ray serv dream world lice fore b built or ant.
of ? The visitor! went away !Inspired Republicans are still arguing about whether certain cases eaa be .
days
Inpatient hospital ices drugs and eyeglasses "So I said she must like the GOP is too far ria-hL AD pro
services at a daily rate of dentures, nursing, !hunt kitchen sink stuff In that by fortitude an example of patience the election proved was that it was too far wrong. ruled which win furnish at
$37; skilled health services health and Inpatient rtsolutlta' example to tilt nation neraij
of hospital caw, but she said she dtdnX courage, and the will to keep Stephtt Goldwater making a Mraber of I T
up to 210 visits during a services. Employed Shadegr. the alas who wrote bow tG Wla arrests

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By RALPH McGILL
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I THE SUN'S POLICY 01 .. a.......mntof 10..1 C..III.i -. On the surface It may look as If the

I k Rtport Hit. hews fully dnd Imporllally In the n.wi columns. J1 current controversy between J. Edgar Hoover director of the
2. txp.1 the opinions of the Sun In-but only In- ditorfoli.' .) '. FBI, and Martin Luther King Jr., bead of a leading Negro or-

3. Publish ell Idti of Important conUovtrilal 111U... InspiringVisit ganization, merely concerns a question of veracity about Inci
dents in Albany, Ga., in connection with the handling of com

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 plaints by Negroes and "civil rights" workers in that city But
the Issue goes deeper. It Involves the effort of organized

# v groups to pressure governmental agencies into taking action
ToHospital to meet protests based upon passion and emotional feel.
ings, rather than on the rules of law which
require substantial
i ';'Stock's 'Face-Lifting' evidence before arrests can be made. -

The effort to convert the
FBI into r political
Stock'i Men'i Store, on the westside new. It has been evident in the activities of other agency is not

of the square, reminds us with groups from time to time. Sooner or later, the FBI will pressure have

Its new and attractive front that the"facelifting" REVITALIZING to be made an agency separate from the Department of Justice
Hospital Visit A unless the
visitor department Itself becomes
program for the beau. J an Independent
agency.For .
tification of downtown Gainesville Is DOWNTOWN.l stopped In the door. Ted Ken-- %

nedy Jr., ailed three and his when it
,
still under way.Sometimes '. .r comes to the operations of the law, the citizens
sister Kara, aged 4, stood by expect enforcement to be fair and impartial The FBI

their father, who was stretched arreat a person merely on suspicion unless there cannot
is
enthusiasms' flare and ""it I straight and prone on a "It All Depends on Whose Barnacle Gets Scraped." to support such action evidence
die There
-especially under pressures that j ; : metal frame. are penalties for making false
: divert attention from the objectiveand .- arrests.

: goodness knows there have been '0 '. The visitor went on in, takIng .

: plenty of diversionary interests this .l '
: fall. Ift' band of the man on the Voice of the PeopleOn not merely,a matter of using

IY' frame. The patient's forehead I I force the FBI such as as a Is national found police

But the election campaign Is over, ;<" "; rested on a single pad talitarlan countries. In to-
The
C'Y federal
: and the Christmas shopping season I t 'r crosspiece. There were pads The Sun's Opinion Page courts) have In recent-

: is now with us. So it's back to business ., along the forward sides of years, for example, released -

as usual. And part of that busi- the metal frame on whichhe f 0,1.1 i_ **4 (_..... *f $v* nUwi ",..*.. In Hit Vlc. .l till ,.., ..'M.... UH-- prisoners on the ground
could rest his Senator Sue .. ...1N4 aid. Mar the writtt'i MJmi.. Nose. will k. withh.M If eaawted. A ...,., .. that they were
kwU
arms. Improper
[ ness has to do with the long-range Nt .. ...4 500 ... ..4 11 I
c rfi muil he weite.a MM* sic side .1 the .."'. Pu..*..?... M Me04. Tilt interrogated before
: plans for Gainesville's future. The on this Kennedy metal has been In and .Sea.,...'H..,.. ,.. Hi* rlh H relee'l ear lame M M ihtrt** e. wltkcut. ,h'''|ln. the wlll"'l MM.,* w arr.I/IIIed. they were
frame
since --
"dressing up" of the downtown I a Under the
few
days after the plane Give ChildA as possible; this Is democracy the lowest existing circum-
7 stores and other business establishments crash on last June 19. In the In action. prices for cattle in lances, the investigative I

: is only one step-but it is an smash up he suffered what years, hurricanes, drought so agencies of the government
This verse by American called
"Hunters"
and
toward the Is commonly tailed broken Good Start "Gas feel that they must
realization be
I important step .IM.- a poet, Vachel Lindsay, sums Thieves." cautious very
and
back.
of the downtown potential. cracked One Into 11 vertebra was EDITOR, Sun t The current up vividly the present need: Just 'one more word. Several they make arrests.careful before
The modern businessman has an This may seem far afield from"facelifting" pieces. Two "Let not souls b high school But this
others had multiple b r e aks. Issue of U. S. News and young e students SJ not ""* those
j important role in maintaining and around the square and One vertebra was twisted World Report contains an article smothered out before. .They came to the door, introduced think that certain who

: promoting a sound economy and In elsewhere in the city But that about 30 degrees out of line. of great Importance to do quaint deeds and fully themselves, and asked If I should be promptly arrested suspect

: furthering the development of a operation is only symbolic of 'the all the public. It states thata flaunt their pride. had any land on which they and tried.It .

I stable community. He is responsibly continued cooperative effort that DINNER CAME In on a new report Indicates that a "It babes is the world's crimeIts could back to snoot thank and me.then The came old iJ small wonder that J, .
dull. Its
tray the high degree of grow poor Edgar
as '
linked with of the city's will be needed to accomplish the young senator anda accuracy can barrel has Hoover seemed to give
aspect real
some
every visitor talked. It was two be achieved In the testing of ox like,.limp and leaden good tent to Impatience
'. progress. goals the city has set for itself. lamb chops, a small serving whether a six year old boy eyed. rotten.applM I In it, they all are not to a group Df when women he'talked .

of string beans, a banana, will or will not grow to be a "Not that they starve, but reporters last week on the

:; Business leaders are winning This city and its people deserve a and a glass of milk. Therewas teen.aged delinquent starve so dreamlessly! Not RALPH Rural Route DOWNING 0 general subject of law enforcement .

greater community esteem throughout better downtown than we have. It a platlc drinking tube in The method was developedby that they sow, but that they FourVote'DeleatPlI Mr. Hoover was
the glass. Months' of existencein Sheldon and Eleanor seldom reap, Not that they particularly bitter
about
the nation by accepting the is one to be ashamed of with only some
the confines of the frame Glueck. Harvard law irhnnlcrimlnologlsts serve, but have no gods to of the ""vitlesoftheRever- .
"service principle" is a part of their notable exceptions. and of lying prone have ena- i1dIItri d e"e." ------- end Martin Luther King Jr

operational code. The glory of private bled Senator Kennedy t 0 out 10 years ago by the New MRS.-R. B. FRENCH U.S. FreedomEDITOR The FBI chIef said that Mr.:.

enterprise is its ability{ and will. There is a sense 'of community demonstrate man's marvelous York City youth board. Results King had told members of Wj

harness to "get under the load" conscience Involved in this down. ability to idapt to stresses have just been published. Not AH Apples Sun: With the organization not to report acts

.\ when the interest of the community town remodeling. Heaven forbid that and new situations. Lying Selected for testing were tragic results of the 1964 presidential of violence to the FBI in Albany .

': (or the nation) ii at .take. this fine city be lacking in itt! tray there some reaching three down feet below to the 301 boys entering two schoolsIn Are Rotten elections' lost our' there, are Ga.,southerners because the agents
a neighborhood with a high last chance to and
return
to honest

him
he cut the would
chops using not do
knife and fork with easy dexterity record of delinquency. Of the EDITOR. Sun: I happen to government and free enterprise such compalints.anything about

COST CONSIDERATIONS and pulled the milk up group, 131 were Negroes, 42 have several com fields the same freedom reply was that the Mr. Hoover's
through the tube and managed were Puerto Rlcans. The results which are covered with corn so many have died to obtain of FBI In majority
agents the
I. to carry on conversation as shown In the report: knocked down by the hurri and to defend during and northerners and that South are

as easily as If seated In com- Delinquency was forec s t cane. To partially salvage since the American Revolu the five four of
Medicare FutureBy fort at a table. for 33 boys. Accuracy:: IS this corn cows were nut in>. tion. ___ ,,__ agents._ .L..In.0 Albany
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wcw uurn W UW
r per cent. these fields to eat i { what
In the more than five Nondelinquency was fore- corn they could.Regardless Barry Goldwater went all The FBI director conceded
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month. 1. .1.
.l. 1. out In fall presidential that
cast for 243 boys. Accuracy: of many signs- campaign there have been difficulties
RICHARD WILSON pltal diagnostic service ance premiums.A jury:Senator; j Kennedy; uuh ;; 95 per cent "Posted No Hunting, Keep not for glory and power with local authorities,

Chief These services might Include program of this kind often developed a routine of recreation An even chaitce of becom- Out, etc." these fields were but In an attempt to save some of whom, due to their

Cowles Washington Bursar killed nursing care after the kind of protection older and work. In addition to ing delinquents was given 25 overrun with so-called "Hun his country and ours from prejudices, are lax In law enforcement .

WASHINGTON, D. C. Expectations transfer of a patient from a people want and need. It painting he has read a great boys Nine became delinquents f ters." Most of them shoutingat destruction, not from foreign involving violations

may be running hospital, physical occupational would help them pay the number of books, many related It did not anything that moves. One powers, but from the Immoral of "civil rights." But the FBI

higher than prospects for their or speech therapy. cost of keeping out of the hos to the problems of govern Forecasts were based on instance I witnessed, some dishonest ruthless socialists has no authority over the stale

fulfillment In tlta medical care Advocates of health care for pital. ment. Friends and associates, supervision and discipline 1 trespassers were shooting a t and pro Communi I s and local police, and has to
proposals Congress Is expected the aged financed through This Is federally supervised including some senators and given a boy by his mother, dove over the heads of a herd who are becoming our mas depend on their voluntary
\to enact after It meets In Social Security are quite right Insurance, no doubt of that. State Department heads, have and on family coheslveness. of pure bred Hereford cows ters. co operation In cases where
January. that it Is but a beginningstep. But If the pattern can be appeared in the more or less Many of the boys studied had causing them to run to the By the local police cannot be re-
It surely will not be worked out, If it could be extended regular seminars an government no fathers living with opposite end of the field conducting a clear hon- lied upon, the FBI may Increase
Medicare" seems to mean the est
long before those who are not to the catastrophic held In the h o s p 11 al family. There they were met by a campaign, Barry Goldwa its forces. But this
10 many things to 10 many Illnesses of an earlier room. barrage of shots which ter lost the presidency, but does I
wouldbe U will ask why they shouldbe age Youth board sent not mean that it can always
It officials said
that
people perhaps If it could ultimately be made them back again.Fortunately retained something far more gather
tiled to the hospital enough evidence
useful to point out what bills of those pay who are over more general in Its application "I WAS DETERMINED not the study would be used In for the "Hun- precious, his self respect anda to bring a case against all

Congress will not do 85 without themselves receiving we might In the end be to lose touch with things In planning how to prevent de- ten," I respect the law and clear conscience. persons suspected of violating

Congress will not enact legislation such protection.It able to avoid a program of Massachusetts or with the linquency before ft develo p.. did physically defend my We who supported him, did "civil rights.
any
providing for the kind state medicine which wouldbe problems with which the Senate (End of report). poor cows who were minding so out of respect, admiration
of socialized medicine In effect then that the magnI- so difficult to administer must cope," he said. "I This Is related to our need their business on posted land, and confidence, not because Somewhat the same dilme-
In Western Europe a n tude of health care, even on and so bitterly fought by the am grateful to friends who I for nursery schools here, for trying to put on weight so he promised us ma confronts the FBI In connection
nations. No federal funds will the limited basis will rise medical profession. have assisted me to keep up." children of all races and that I can sell them to get The Sun everything. with the measure
be provided for the paymentof sharply. While It Is yet too Senator Kennedy was, of creeds. nonet to nay the buu. in. should be congratulated that Blight- have h..n ..k.* ).
doctor's or surgeon's fees. early to say what the increase course gratified by the overwhelming Experienced teachers and tereit and 'expenses: -on-'that- for their rwrt' in ,,,. protect thebr'r;;; d .;t

No one who Is not yet IS years In Social Security taxes will Johnson Hum educators all over the country land. propaganda e o m p s I g n Kennedy against assassina-

old will be eligible for any be under the present limited At Dinner phrey victory, as well as by are awakening c 1 1111 l e n Some disgruntled "Hunters" fective.against him, It surely was ef- tion. It Is natural for the FBI

benefits. bill, It appears that the maxImura his own. His margin was more thought to the urgency of wasted many shells director to resent the criticism

n& .14"4.""". IA'u -. ..........In.. ..y.......... contribution rates will ,thAn nn, ... .mllllnn......_.. lml....... working with the very young shooting up the signs One Now we can march ahead of his agency mad In
rise on the order ot $50 to $70 with L. B. J. and Hubert to the
report of
Up the problem: "I am past With The child. At this age he Is nat defied me, saying I did not the Warren
a and will be The senator was destroy what Is left Commission
65. !My husband Is past M. Our year we rapidly Interested urally curious and to have enough posted signs up. of private for, IIfr..
Income Is very 1m alL I must approaching a 10 per cent as are all! observers, In the learn eager Not one offered to ply for enterprise, medicare, to destroy Hoover told his press conference -
tax bite on all wages and three Southern slates that the of the medical profession, last week, it Is
to the doctor twice a How to learn privilege shooting dovein ImpossiWe -
go week. husband must to salaries up to possibly a $5. Queen Joined Mississippi and Ala I most advantageously my fields. They must think which of course means higher to take out of circulation
My go and how
to
bama to
In adapt
MO limit providing social "every
a majority security taxes Individual
that war who
(he doctor once a week. We Ie' Nn VW ThM for Senator a group are vital factors for by paying a couple of mightpresident"
must have our prescriptions None of these figures Is exact LONDON For anyone Goldwater. This successful dollars for a license they then on poverty for the lazy,' and threaten the solely of t b.
In'I h .
filled, and that costs a because the bill as it willeml'rge who has ever wondered what majority had M voted because school and progress In have the right to roam the aid for their Communist when the chief executive -
hold the home. This
treat deal of money. My husband will probably be different the food and conversat lo n Senator they to a dream that Is countryside shooting anything friends se they may more effectively makes a public Ip-
Coldwater especially true for those
must buy Insulin, and I than the Senateadopted were like at Buckingham Palace would win and anywhere. make war on our pearance especially when he
need new glasses. Please vole provision or the amendments David Warner, a leading and carry out his promise to who come from homes where Lest I forget At least true allies. rides down city streets In sit
purge the US. Supreme Court the background Is not conducive three times this The Russian and open automobile The
lor the President's medicare proposed by Senator Shakespearean actor offersan summertractors Chinese implication i
and
bill." Riblcoff of Connecticut Insight aulst In repealing the to learning. These and other machines Reds are certainly laughing that somehow the FBI

.If..;.. u..v.'..In.1..... ._...wu._...... "... u.,,,._ civil rights act The nation, ofcourse children are not underprivileged left In the fields over the at us now, and for good rea was responsible for the fail
AM THE NOTES In the COST FACTORS for fuller registered no Indication but mI! understood.Let weekend were drained dry sons. are to prevent Lee Harvey Os
at the luncheon
table went whatever of a wish to do us In Gainesville wald from
of gasoline..
world for the President's medicare medical coverage are truly give It's a great lifetrying H. K. EATON r shooting Mr. Ken-
bill will not give helpto astronomical. Sponsor of the like this: either Senator Kennedy holds all the children as fair a start to beat the weather Worthington lledy Is resented by the FBI I
"The food a firm belief that men
was very good. there k who know the facts.
troubled There legislation can only look with
this couple.
I leadership In
started with scrambled the South that
Is nothing the bill for them hope In the voluntary features eggsand
of the medical care smoked salmon, but Ididn't will In time come forward to t POTOMAC FEVER THE TRUTH IS that the
nothing at all for surgical plan
know what I ate after wrest control from the dom FBI and Secret Service
rem)-
before
costs In a hospital, nothingfor now Congress! as possibly -
that The menu was in French nanl reaction and bring the Dined do not have sufficient
its most significant By JACK WILSON Cowles
a doctor's visit to the part South Into Its Washington Bureau
and
everything was coveredup proper place personnel to
or at least thai carry out the
which
home, nothing for prescriptions part offers with sauces. Underneath with the rest of the nation. Bobby Kennedy! tells students In Mexico City he won't run for kind of precautions which: the
a doctor writes, nothingfor some alternative to a gigantic president in
1968.
everything It looked like a Naturally-Mexico doesn't have an election In 1968. Warren Commission report In
The
of visitor
a patient's call at a doclor' > program comprehensive chop. stood to say timated,
office. medical aid for alL goodbye.The might have been taken
"The Queen asked me about b) Balsa
What Is provided Is a limited This Is a separate program the plays I had been In. Mind young man In the metal John Glenn begins a refresher flying, course. In.structortColonel The same thing applies .Ik

amount home of hospital ornursing tered authorizing a federally char- you she's all clued up beforehand frame will recover. The many want to go to the bathroom raise your hand and well provide a. escort"Defense If you "civil rights." The federal I
care under controlled association of
private about what fractures government
we all do. of vertebrae are has no hvestiga
conditions and on the Insurance companies exempted But I asked her live force
more things fusing The vertebra twistedout big enough to d.
written certification of a phy from the ant! trust laws than she asked tort all the '
me. of line slowly has "civil vie
resumed Secretary McNamara tells what rights"
sician. This Is Inconsiderable as to be able military bases will be
not so to closed-I
spread "I asked her lattons that
what Its
type of normal position. In the Macs slowing down-the election's been are going oa. Na
by It would the risks and lower osier more than two weeks
means. the
any cost of theater she liked and she aid not too distant future the does It have enough enforce
cost $U billion the first year full health Insurance for persons she liked be meet
to taken Into a senator will walk out of that agencies to prepar
and the costs would rapidly over IS. This kind of Insurance
I
dream cases
world something away hospital room. against those who vk
Six defeated junkets
mount would cover physic-! from her We. Well, I mean congreMmem go on abroad at public nneaae. That's late the law.
The typical option to be exercised .an'. and surgeon's fees, dental bn't that funny when every "Come back again," he call so you wont worry-they may be lame ducks bat they can still fly all right I I
by those who are benefit services, diagnostic Unless a
care, one else thinks she's In a :
ted Is expected to be up toM laboratory and X- ray servo dream world? ed.The Dee force I

days of inpatient hospital Ices drugs and eyegtatses. "So I said she must lake visitor went away !inspired Republicans are still arguing about whether the GOP is too far right. An certain

services st a daily rate of dentures, nursing, home kitchen sink stuff In that by fortitude an example of patience the election proved was that it was too far wrong. crated which II"I
$3?; skilled health services health and inpatient resolution sample to !
of up to :w visits during a services. Employed hospital persons I ease, but did she said she dldnX courage, and the will to keep Stephen Shadegg. the Goldwater mace wko wrote How to Win making a
never discover what aa Election.-
going
,
no matter what
calendar boa- under tt could I h e learned how 'et b. Bf"tfl frlewda u without %
year; outpatient prepay insur she really liked." odd*. doorMJJ. Jour read rm book Instead .r ring be able to

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S Gainesville Sun Tuesday, November 24, 1964

NOTICS OF SUIT" M North King llredrteneononvllle. 'bounto in tut norm *y me Mutnenf
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Stunned TOl ALL MRMNI cltlmlng tntonlhry I IRD in.i N. C. .Wo'b,0ord: ..) bound.IM* curve M ,Ii dotcrlbed conceve me ptiMtecotw .t: meieulhMoterrf
'We Were In me ere
Ihrougn under d egolmt IlliebeltJockm C. Jeckien hevlng I ream. c/JI tod,
en* ell pertlM hovmg. or clttmiho 734 North IMInoHAyeAtloniie being tongenl M tout.*
property henlnolter, ceicrlbo. City Now J...., MI* curve d
tod rlgKt
You ore honey ..notltle Ihd o curl heiIlghth mo 0500 Loto
I r ass 147.1C.Im,0 Joy "no d MM. Reed Ml. Mdoocrlbe
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: CwrTd Jock under Its eoov* end Ming o.
Judlclel Circuit FtorMi,, TM North Iliinoio Ave. me Mil en* to m* oeuthorly

Lft* .M A State of Shock LBJ Said .n. en Oil* tor Comeeny Alochu, d County el. etyle riewtltti Thorn V AHemi 1471 City Now JenoyIRD r,5 under:(1)right eboveCenlelning d wey .Ime M *etcrlbe*

jit.. .,.oEo Loul".v.. d elJetondentl 1..,, Mercury Loon Co. M Ihe mngotl *.I7I KrofcIOaT
I lit Ihe purpote d cuktlniHie C-e John "' MenegerIRO
R1S C ,.!jllK to the toUewmg ....",.... reel .propKty 'm ''''' .. 710tU = "? KATNiRINaP.iSr0 .

I ii C Iff 10 flnrk Ttmr( general whether he should be sworn in Dallas FARCIL m Alochu' It County, FlerMe Iodl tsl.od 111 I,, 111 1110,015 t., IU X leSt, Mt.ICKeflM ,:: lIGHT 0' WAY

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or In Washington with Robert Kennedy *I Olom MlngledorHAddroM
HALBERSTAM
By DAVID CoI"'N- Unknown
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lee,.... 34, Townihlp" II touth. Rend IRS INS 17 Slock, t HewthemeTerrece .. .
WASHINGTON D. C. Lyndon Johnson promising to investigate it and report back M (oil. and nn North 14 oogrooiII I Ferloy C. Nehwismoloy M recerde* In Fid ted.Pege .'
40" wetl Sum IT tool thence run II-A, FuMIc rccerdi d *'Aicchu
Wsld00d At.
told the Warren Commission that he became Immediately. Moments later Kennedy called son 11 degroM W JO" Nod 17""I :. Non.l1 eenn. Co.iofy'
,, ,. Ihenee run WMI 17101 tootIhonel ,, -:!: r'no m 'tt "I fytO
o : ass .,
President of the United States In an him back and "said the oath should be administered run North n degree 01' 41.1"W. J. A. eN.C. 01 d Itete Root Mo.

.., 111 loll M me tenth RWmo 04., P. D.I section __ ul" purvey lino beingdeocrlbed
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atmosphere that was "unreal-unbelievable. to me immediately the President Plemlnglen Rood. mence run toulti N. V.IRD M toltowtiteeui
47 rgnol W It" WOO etong MR ..I INS on. lilt ooulh line d Mchon. 15.Tevmohlp .
noted. Nerth M de .. ."', Renge a let! el .
W4S11 fool, thence run OHIO. Renown Ron
__________________ "A few hours earlier I had breakfast with eon .,' 41" Welt lit toot to I Mini; C. P.. D. point 1'2t tod Miiorly Iron theSouthwell
th SI'S II." 01 lotorolols Hiolo. H. Y. corner .. MM. lection' IS, nn.thence
Testimony of others Mrs. Johnson 0 StanIsy
John Kennedy; he was alive strong, vigor including Wov..JI... N. ...... .1 N.. ISO let IuoMe North 01 degree 41 M" I Ml
indicated that Immediately after the t0l not 5iu "I WeHter 533141 ted to the Nor* line d lectionIS
ous. I could not believe now that he was E:dl" SImS lOW maid Jw:41.51 Its JemM corNs M _,lboII .Above .. point J44 404ENSA

John- assassination the President showed great ,Moo, ro, OMl$ I Norwolk Coo isO -"V 10-000 the NorffinO toroor01155'oifHWihif5500lNI05TIOH.
dead. I shocked and sickened .
was __ C-N of 00 '
tile
0' 15" 5ant mko'I IRO 1471Lewronce
concern over the extent of a possible assassination >_....... Hoe 7'.1 _. run I WolterIM doip" 15 1ouflI. 5,100. 01004.

_ _ _ son told the commission.The plot, and also how quickly he Norm 21 oeireM M' ..Jet JOt (omoK .., MOON Stroll C..IOII'II 1.171 ..... to.. I. .I... soiboolol -
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nm loulli T cMroM If ir Nerwolk, Cenn.IRD 01 511511,00' reed right of ..,.
President sent the Warren Commission moved Into his new role. Will UK Mt M mo Sut X W elInleritoto 1471 OWNID 5Y' .ITATI 0" GOAd I.
Mlghwey .... 7* IllI irw, Scuttle Wllllemo *UOM. DICIASIDl

t a brief four-page statement on July Mrs. Johnson discussing the moment leuttl n oogreel 01' 41" ieel olonjHI 97 wre *001sooth T, J. COVINGTON IXfCUTO OPSAID
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.* B.C ITItlMtoilne eolnt ......,'" Cc5t IITATI.SRD
10. It Is a relatively simple account of his when the party left the Parkland Hospital m See SIn 147.5 1471 lIGHT OF WAY
1'1"1" ",. 2' SRD IlLS. 112.1. IllS RIGHT Oil WAY Thd port dt
role during the momenta before during and after Kennedy had died, wrote: leit, Aleciwo County, FlerWei AND Thol III" 01' SW'. d Nl<4 ef Section X Tewnthhl*
OieIO, my N5 500101w501 sqOV If Ow 11 sooth, Renge II Soot,, lying poutnMttorly .
after the assassination. "Quick plans were made about how to "UC' II, NW'' d II'*. .. lection ,.. Tewmhlpi d ..._ Air Line Rollwiy
cooonom if Ow NtOwiO co..... fill South Renge a .... Ihence run rlgnt d way

Johnson's account notes that as the official get to the car, who to ride hi what. It' Mctlon 1", owm Sou"". CanS' North IN liSt, Ihence run wed MO tod Lying peotorly d sod within' 111 feet d
W I..t. mod run toulnj P .....'; men or km to Iho Mtlerly bounderyd lilt purvey line ol Itete Rep MO ....
party gathered at the hospital "we was Lyndon who'.ald we should go to the ,r |..> Wert elent Ihe Her* 'line oj U. I Nlghwoy Ml, Ihonce run m e tion UOM.1S04 Self' ourvey line being

plane In unmarked Getting out of the ...* lectM. nin Nme .. *. "5J northerly direction elong MM. Milertyboundery deecrlbod, M Mlowit"
were all stunned. I suppose we were m a cars. 5-mo el mo PlemlngtenllM* and 400 tod, Nit """I"0 login OT "'. touth line d Section I.

_ _ state of shock and there was no time for hospital into the cars was one of the swiftest 00401, fill s.oI..Ow, _. Sloot tool, mence run touth TO Township II touth, Renge H loot, el .
kWH iO MOESI ,r sr' wnml ran Weit CM tod to Point. d beginLying point 7.144 fee, .ms10rly from SI.. 5ouflo.
r 7 the shjDck to wear off sufficiently so the walks I have ever made. We got in. Lyn- ioN. HorN 100 1221.11 4001 40 Ni n..... 'oetl eernof of Wl'* d IE'* d Iw*
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don *.w mS tMio' HlolIW' No. Mltorly d mod within ItS tool ol III*, _Ion J, Townthlp 11 louth,
said
to the siren We drove
magnitude of our personal loss of this great stop along p.00. run '" d.o'Omo II' d Ihe turvey Nnp .. Stele Roe MO Rang II ...,. run Ihonce North II ...

and friend could itself In as fast as we could." 4,. Bill ...... 5S. I II.W .GA." T-. sec,.... 10040.3S04, cud lurvey line beingdtoerlto gren 1404' lett a3ua.e some to the
_ _ man good express menu run Norm 47 ....... IT M Idioms 1 nerlll line ol MM lection J. Townthla
words or In surface feelings." soot IM ..... Ihonce run ....'" it d'S. oP legM M me sootH line d lectlOT. IITownthlp II ImsI, of point
In his testimony the President tells of .' 2,5 Ml ":to tIm 11 toulh, Rene* n Soil dpoint fOO 12 504 .5iIooSp front *" NorthM"

the In and how he horn, ;:w.I; :0' PloolnoES ..... toet Mil d the toutfiwei 000119 50 5044 SKlion J.
; Then he added: "I suppose actually that swearing ceremony 101001 run NO'Th 41 4'oo.m W ,p' corner .. II'. d IW .. slId. toctkM. cOtIaIOlOe' SIlO aooii. ,om-s or ..... ...

; the only outlet for the grief that shock had called both Mrs. Rose Kennedy the motherof ..., doll, ilid. .W :a5 nnto N 11* 10, run thence North I degreeo q M* 010,10' 50 ","l.tlo reed rlIf* 01 way.
".C. of i CVIVO 11,0101 I radium of led 10.It leit to fItS beginning d m OWNED 5Y, ELLA G. NelsoN. 5005.
submerged was our sharp painful and the late president and Mrs. Nellie Con- 11161.92 losS. a ,anIiI' ooOi, of It .' curve concov to the _'_''''''V h... Nil D. N5LION AND WIPe. NARY

nally the wife of Governor John Connally .'_ N' mod Nb, Otfl1OO. Is OwNNi'it 'Ito, l redluo' d ITlt 171 tod run Ihencenormeeiierly NELSON INIIT HILSON AND
NS,1''Mol.o W"'. 'O'LL'
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111000 rvn mOl hot otoog Ml'* curve NLION JI.UTHAI
bitter concern and solicitude for Mrs. Ken once the plane was airborne. NId. II.W .- 171"._.011000 through I totol. _".. engle d I deinn W"'LK' AND HU5SAND IIIHO
run SootH '- 5I 45 SM M 5*" to lh. *n* .. Ml.* curvo.. WALKIII scorTIu" WILLIAMS KAI.
nedy. 7.1 SM N ? t! .t,. tune h..ln. un Ihence North 11 MoronS 04If niMAH JACKSON AND HUSIANO
But Mrs. Johnson shed more light on the i regiM' et 21.N Mt, <**''>' loot 114701 toot t* tne North line. dMI C. JACKIOM >klLIV C. NILtON

Of Jacqueline Kennedy he said: "I shall trip: engle 01 17 Ogren 4T 31" end lection. 10 d l point ....I7S tedwMlerly GUIIII' WALKIR AND MUStANO"ire .
ItO Nertliwnt tnence d lilt Northeed cemer dMI LAW"NC' WALKI SOSSST
never forget her bravery nobility and dig Sniortheoitorly .4000 ul< R w curve '* toctlen 10.ContilnUg WALKU AND WIn,. .INISTINil
"The ride to Washington was silent strain. 37JM loot le the Norm lino el lee" IOM ocrM men or (Mlexclutlvo WALKIS ThI000IS HOLM" AND

nity. ed-each with his One of 1400 34 em.mepolntoloejlni.lng. All : d milling roll right d weyWNID ALIEN HOLMES
own thoughts
Mln. mod ....1.. hi mo Nerthoool ) IV RUSSILL M. THOMAI mod 5UIJICT TOl Unrecorded IMI* In
__ Johnson recalls getting to the airport In mine was something had said about Lyn ter tl Jocllen 14 TewrnHI II oil,.. TRIVINIA THOMAIIURJICT tevor d Robert Will,. and lois wIll.
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N aoil, Alechuo' County TOt IRD 1111 Mortgoge recorded Srossllioo W.". mod TIosdoi's .
0u"1 HIlnto.
: ___ __ ___ __ Dallas and then calling Attorney General don a long time ago-that he's a good man Bans Ido In OR IOOK II ., PigS 443, ..... ... Also' 00lms,
In lever d ...* .. Mowthorne end 55 113.1 IOHT
Robert Kennedy the late President's brother In a tight spot .UClL Slit IRD 115 3, Judgment rIdded M OR TUi, P51055, 0' WAY

In Washington."I Commence .. .... NI it"., of toctlenit ROOK 111 4 HI' ot Pope 424 li :HIhi Sot II 511. .0 SKlion :No tosoodlIp,
"Finally we got to Washington with a cluster Tow"",''" n tout, >engo 10 ..... lever d Mercury Loon Cempony. IS 5.silo. Om'oo II loot 1.05,4.0 bV.1.
and run North 14 oXnM II mlnutnW liD ss.s RIOMT OF WAY ..cr. .
: knew how grief-stricken he was and I of people watching Many bright lights. loot grodo rood M foit Woncoloom TIM pert dt lejlnnlng, d me Interoectlon d tile Wool

: wanted to say something that would comfort The casket went off first; then Mrs. Ken II drools ..t7 mlrwloi 50 OKendo (I) Tho IVt d II'*. ...." Lot t dHewtheme W'l hot right d woy line el 50".
Welt eung "'" ""?<'J'llt SIan .1 Mener eccerdlng, to Hd recorded I.... ** !K1" J40W-J504, AtnftM Mtl
him. Despite his shock he discussed nedy. The family had come to join them and tool gredod rood STUN Ihoncorun hi Flol toe "C" pege :U.S 2? loll ""' Ill. if OH llol
I,4 W.., M, No le iOu Wort right IK* public rocerdo d ...... County L p.TJt"0.. Norm M dog....
: the practical problems at hand-problems we followed. Lyndon made only a very el WIlY e' Ml* 40 tool grodo non I *,,"d.. "SOd lieopt rollroed right. d ... "" merf or Itti, to

of special urgency because we did not at simple very brief and I think strong mod Iho r. O. I Ihence _"_ In ...,.... W TuwmM II toutn, Rengeaiotti tIll' Sou'h line of Ld I of "...ihorn

: ___,, Wool 151.07 "" ..Ihena nm_North !! __ _._,_ ... .... Moner lubdlvltlon, pccordln 1 to .1.'. re.ccmed .
Information to the talk .. ..... u.. ." _u_ .... ... ,
.. that time have any as to the folks there., Only about tour born OJ O"O'in LV'" '" ... .... w. In took "C" Fog 14, public
::151.1 toot to me sooth tlgnl of way 01 Ow 10015' llo. Of Soils Mmd 2011.loci" record! d Alecrme' County, FhrrioeVn,
motivation of the assassination or Its political -. sentences I think. ol mo FlemlngiKi, Boo*, mence run. ". 20004.2304. _....,Iy .. 5011055sloll50 ""Ifeuthwoiterly' III" loot to pointiL '

implications." lauth 47 degree 10 mInus 10 Mtonde -+Nl lb lilSIoll, .5 illd Ian'0O miooo ??",'lnm '". "" 110.15
: "We got in our cars; we dropped him off Wit .,_ .mId. rUtil *. "oy ': and o..o0rly me centerei'rljnf ">* wey line d ..... Rood
431 I ..... thoiKO run SootH i St ograei I.... nedwoy bolweon ourvoy 201 run thence wetterhf 11 toot ,.
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: Johnson then discussed with the attorney at the White House and I came home." M mlnuM If oecondt welt ekxg ...,.... 534+.Ot end ourvoy notion Pott It loaf from ..., M
cold' new el woy u 17 tool .. mo 144'04 Oil cl eootorly .. mod within, tool right d woTltnJ d OW' tFeltRMd
i Soil right et woy M Intlrototo HUH M7I led d Ml.* ourvoy line northerly, 200, run mence Normeoitony n to.1
woy 75 (." Hood .31. IKenc nm d wrvoy notion 544+,.." end (dl ...,. more or MM to the ooulh lot. d Lot I
smith D ..._ II mlnutoi 41 oeeendo ..fy d en* wltnln, M 75 tool d Ml.* our d MM Howthom Manor lubdlvlilM, et
loot oKmg Ml'* right el woy voy II... slId, lurvey line being deocribod i point on mo soot si toot rigm d
Court Puts LimitsTo Be ThankfulTo 04 oo toil le Iho P. C. el euro. mod Mid eurvey itoilono lie we,. d Old' Itotc Rood 200 run IhonceContelnlng
Supreme 10101 curve hovlng' I '...1.. 01 ..4tl Ing locotod e. lollowi iOtiIllwi010nly, ._ tile saI 10 Cr1 "DII'
Ii.,. S Mum. .n.I' of -- Ii Jogln, on .... with line d ...... 14Tewmhlp 0' wny Ilo. of laId. OIl" .,... ...01 100

0,1,0" *. U NoolIdo. and 40400 con- II toulh, Rongo 25 CislaIl, dlitaooos if :toO lilt .osu II .....
Be Helpful Cano ?. ."ooufnwooiorly' lreetlonmence I point' tot II loot wool d Iho ooulhoMticomor 10 Ill. Polo'. of 100401110,0.
: State Criminal Libel nm elong, Mid. curvo In e oeulhlorly of oold. loctlen 34 run IhenceNorth I.,lit .c,.. oos.-s or I.,.. 5..
-1'BOOKS ... l eNrectlen. on ore "'.'.... .. II dogroM 0404' loot 1054.UIMI Ohalos, OS ".Istl" road "DII' 01 .'1'.

Civitans Told ::1521' "I tO IOli P. ,. 01 ..''d 0u01.. to ourvoy itellen 534+OOt thence OWNIO SY. .obert 5. ..In,. .10 and
"'.... IUn sooth 11 dtOESO 44 0,10' continue Norm 15 dogreeo 04M" nail Oils, Aoo' H. co*.. .
I II O Nrni lark aim,. with actual malice that Is, IAN 01 i00000S loot mdii ibid, ,I11Iof \H II lISt to lilt beginning, d e curveIconcove 10 '"., 5055055 PIT
hovlng, eiredmo Thlt of,
Advanced BOOKS 112.1. 5,05. 111,0. oo NantI M the toulneooterly port
By JOHN D. POMFRET with knowledge that It was Service club members should us mu eieo.i Ad mlnutie It oecendi d Slit 71 tod, run Ihonce nerthMitorly -.. d ito, leu Id I hi Howthome

false or with reckless disregardof Hit 43114 tool to me Wool rlgM etwoy mn tod elong Mid curve 14100.04 ilio IMI IN tod rollrood
D.slgn WASHINGTON The Su-| be particularly thankful that et 48 tool grodo reo*. mence through i ,,"1 control ...,. d 10 do- ''rujnt d sat m Soctlon M. Twnihlp
: AND MORE 1 whether it was false or not." they have the opportunity to run North U efegroeo 01 mlnutoo' Moecnndt greet *r a1 to the on* d slid 50001.. I* South, ..,'. a lott dOKrlbtd. ,51
Forced preme Court decided yesterdaythe officials loot etang oo4! rlgtil el woyre run thonc North 15 egroet 14I. 2'" login d the SI corner d loctlM 3d.
"Where criticism of
: I Constitution limits state public furnish service to their local 52514 lint the F 0.I. All Ming end ..! Mt toot M the en* d lurvey lino Townthlp' ll leuth Reng. n I tit run
An Is concerned we see no 'UI'. Ii. tO. Nl'4 ol toclMi M. Townohl heroin' dotcrlbod, Ihtnce North 03 degrett If 54" Weit
BOOKS! power to Impose criminal as communities state and nation ;j-11 sooth. Rmge H leil, AlocKueCounty MM' lying oeitorly d en* wlthM, tood 400 loll run thence South 17 (fog,..
IKRESKY merit in the argument that Gainesville Civitans told FWrMef cenlelning, 154 iCiNpuoc. d the centerllne d right reed 45- 14' Wool en toot, run thenco SUttOn
well as civil sanctions for criticism -|criminal libel statutes serve Interests were J.M d Mid, .".'. Reed Ml and tee 01 oogroH If .." loot m >?. run

: OIL I The 21 volume containing of the official conduct of distinct from those secured -Monday. I .. Sn' lion 1044C-H04.being MM OMcrlbo contorting M fislowil d rightreodwey ,NC lttltOw lost Nerth to the Feint 17. oogroM d ...,.44-...,11". |M

: public officials.In Harry Edwards former mayor 5Io ot e point 431 55 'n' if OwI C.......... 5. Ow .010' II' 01 5.47100 ALIO, a .... t BURNING testimony and exhibits before by civil libel laws and I ,.w 01' "'" Tnttrttole Hlghwey" 75 dme 34 T...."" .. .1 ..."'. lwio n ..., ml H..| 5,4.

so doing, it extended to therefore should not be subjectto and a charter Clvltan member 1M "h C W II Fleming.1 -c point' Mill fed wool d the toutti Lying' northerly d "sod within, 41 foot
:: the Warren CommissIon In Us Mil d Ml.* Mellon. 34 run ". S heul rood
It comer
WALL FURNACE presented the club's ... .. p. .1 loiN HI eurvey line, MI"* turvev
criminal libel situations the rule the same limitations" tile .... StIlt to Wott RW d 4t Itgrodod thence Norm II dogneo *f .. Cott ,II.. ban .deicrlbed' M tolrowi

: Tbe Ki...,Aulomolio.. Bill Fur. Investigation of the Kennedy It originally laid down for civil Thanksgiving program. rood North Northeoetorly otong IOU 12 fid, run Ihence Sooth 74 dogren logini ., tho IW corner d Sorrow Fit"
court said today. IT 14" led N tod to beginbe N. 3d _......
Motion mu
greeted nod 171M It to me .110.. ron ltloncs
lie drcufiK-i Boor levol ..tinth AII'I.ln.llon.o on sale at libel case in Us decision "We can be glad for the opportunity line between leellon 14 TWI II Renge 005' 54 tmolllos SI r15501 roldwiy Is South 11 000.505 fl' 35' Wool 101.12 I
:; .ill I. vill-raatD l. room. Knrni Criminal libel statutes t h e to do something about n south end Mellon ITTWIII Rooo.Mt _,'.... .....1., run Ihonce North 'III Is Ow mm of 5Id" 500150 I'",
tee flow of lir on* *,il In ,*rr.cl the Government Printing Office March o'imlssing a $500000 court pointed out historically Ihonce Won toulrnmtorly elong the 'I Motios II' 04* l"t 134 71 Not tod C..,....... Ie Ni ........ 4.04 mc...
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conditions don't like he I Ow 500100100 S curve cenceve to 00100 0. .0,0.
we .
Nt Co.dIs
: peltnce. limo IS tit Alabama libel Wool eW .5 Plootlootml
judgment
la O"e againstthe
... oil-no emole pern In- In Washington today. A were designed to prevent utterances the service ",''' 01 .......,"'. con,.,.... Vloy the ooutheotlerly. hevlngMnlral I ,...... IfWI OWNED SY' 5OOO.-I e. sal,... J,. _
part no toot New York Times and four said emphasizing Hall .. If I.iS. 1. 71 MOO. 010 "'one. osOlloaiOly oIl". Aoto H. ..k..
Old mom au's tor
.....cjuilled kuluif I complete set of the books Is Negro ministers.As -. true or not. that would assert of civic rluhn. ...,... 3d Tswooltlp II 5.1100 5. 505111pecst. .1 711 71 coot .1..... laId 50000 NrooglO'I' 5C0 I IdOl .OUOIY PIT
"m .1n.ln_ ., ...,. d 151101.010 1151 says II.N .
ken end glint.nun .... In the foreground. It sells for provoke an enraged victim to i' He explained that i people mel- v, 31"" to--....-on* d- slid, 50015014- end _', nAt. d loot in chtlno el

:: I they were then, the justices breach of peace. The Louisiana, low Ilo, 5 Ow loMwoIloC .1 015 Cool I d centorllno d right. roedwey hereindoecrlMd colt 14.37 co.,.. d Government Lot I.
HOIM. II 171. yesterday unanimous'In during holiday seasons and line 01 the Northooil Ouorlor ot mi I .. Ihonc lit eurpoie d reter ectlon 17. Tovmhi n Aouth, ..... n
IrW I were statute wsj passed at a time I take special recognition of the Norttweil Cju.rtir el lection :94I1NFlomlngtoii once, run Norm 44 *t.reoo If tl" .....
; =- =- reversing the conviction of when duels were still fought in I wtIl" N. NortH los 55 lilt MIONIICT, leit 11.71 toot to I point OilgnotodM Lying ..... lido d Sod within, M toot 1
41.00* croon,.) FOR IXPUT underprivileged."Most SCads thence run Ncrtheeitoriy ourvov union 144+U17 en eoeve oeNorthoeit of a lerrew Ft Neul Roe
Jim Garrison the district attorney this country.! MOO said North lUte el MK' I ee,'_ 5WO0tI II,'. 000 000100 N.000 'SUSS. """ .".". 50405, *S55Eminence |. .
: Complete Heoflne' Icjul. Tree Surgery of Orleans Parish La. of us can be grateful rood e .,...... el 575 tool M Iho U ...".. sr 31" .... 451.2 550 00II. ,
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SM. H..rir-Floor '.,n.e.. I' "Changing mores and for our lives our health- Feint ef toglnnlngi' mence run North ootC 11105 50 laId 1101100 50 isPltOt M lilt louth line d ..
.. Unlit / *" "nl"' on a state charge of criminal' disappearance of criminal libel lit toot. mence run loot lit toot. 2U.. lOis itUIttirly Sri. Ills. 17 Tewnml II burn, Reng, B iS
Flripiloe whether take time to comer d II1* d slid, ... d Mint' *5704 tod
i D.'n' we acknowledge -Ihonco nm touth to mo North .... weiterly' from MC
; defamation for criticizing eight prosecutions lend to tlon. 14.'Contoming. II corner d llvj d Iw
support ... Hoed. d MM toe
'j C..,,, them or not, Ed- d MUonopy. Flemmglen In me ...'..... 7 son ecroi lion 17, run Ihence Norm gi
of the slId degreee
: JIMVOYLES W..1t judges criminal district the observation (In a Yale Law wards said. 000 North line 010 el$outt'motstly slid. road ...1 the r oinl' men or Ion, o.chnv! d eiltllng rood or 4f Wee ,.....JO tod to .
court of the parish. rldhl d woy. jlnnlng d curve conceve to IhTVouth.wort
Journal .
*T... article last ) that ataeglnnlnf.ARCH
year He added that during this OWN.D .1' noses .. UK". JN loving. radio d ITJt sin 0,7tool
I ; j b..1 Its so called New York I'. under modern conditions, VII mod WIfe, ANN' ... 'AK' run 00001 0070Mo505Sy alo'o. sled. _

*'..elll, Tunes rule which the court when the rule of law I Thanksgiving period the nation The North Ihrefrojuertort ef Iho lioN "'- ml ...... Sf 116 dig.oo 10 SOI '
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*0.... gen can be grateful that the U. S. holt el me Northooot euertor (N o* ellefNS JRD 1111 SIit5.5 00 AldII 55.0.. rune
extended That pert dt tImotlo 52 dqr...
today to Include criminal 4' 50'
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erally accepted substitute for en*
,,.'"'"1 as Is not at war and the economy NirIMOSId A... .. .mod bounded OT IllS northIby to Ihe "elnt d leglnnlng of to"
:. 419 N.W. 8th. A,.. libel cases, is that the private physical measures, it ., NW4 omit el Nil of Ow teuNl el the loundry aloof, OT the I oil by lut- Sans road uooy t..... own iomoca NirlS
Is healthy. Ihe ....'" by Ion ewnod 01 dONrOSO 104
lord oreve. w JI" WMI
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Phone 372-5303 Constitution limits state power can hardly be urged that the 1010101 fMt road nod Ow mm Nontltoont Miconooy qIIIOV te Wan is by J. w, _...*. lId OT me Nfl iod II SaId. 1,101 ...... tool to HM

to Impose sanctions for criticism NOTICI On INTINTION < by 1 lend owned by Wtltl en* Loltner. c0..o.IooIS' '.1" 00's ow' or .....
ludget Terms Available 20 P4W. 16,1, A.2"1 maintenance of peace requiresa TO RIOIITIR PICTITIOUI NAMFunuont me NerlhMil wortor INI el N5101 Contolnlng' IS Km mere d km. end OW"'o IYI N"1a' lbsromi

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Mike h hereby given' thd theundortlgned ...
public officials to .1 11 u a Lions defamation"' the court FuMI Medic Shop ueingtutinoM Nl'.) lying North m the wMI.. roodIrem Lyln. II mINIs 504.JI ysad sooN 1140 if N.OI00OV A.011,00. M.rttI ltOo'. Pmnooi. .... Ch.,.
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POLICE. FIRE REPORT Ohio' d I cogrec IV te" to me Norm 00.000 o.1ooo..,, ._
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Involved In accidents reportedby were; I 1le... tO. 5'o 055eoc. corner MM Mldj .Woos 015155 *., 71 ,TeVi
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the Gainesville Police Da- Maori T. James, Itt 1 and, 0.. 545 30th coy d October, ICed Co.OiN 5 115 .0,05 ir10 IsiS.C05NID If IP wed m IbM 0ooi toetVrM men

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The proceeddm* tot Writ oo OP-, JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT" IM AND 005 ., mlii
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dafa..vrtte Sun i uesaey, November 24, 1964


n INCLUDING 26 AMERICANS



y Crews Remove 45 DeadROME I




(AP) Work crews were 19 passengers and 9 crew one of the engines had startedto clear and TWA officials salt
were recovering bodies today members. i burn as the plane moved there was no weight problem,
from the wreckage of the Trans Italian authorities ordered an down the runway. I Investigators said there was no I
World Airlines Jet In which 45 investigation Witnesses said The weather was sunny and suspicion of any sabotage.
',died at Rome'i Flumlclno Airport .

I At least 21 Americans wet U. S. Takes Steps to Halt I

among the dead; at least 14 sur

vived.The plane never got oft the I
Flow of Dollars OverseasWASHINGTON
ground Monday as it preparedto ,
take off for Athens and Cairoon
the windup of a flight from 1
Kansas City Chicago New (AP) The obtain funds from the Federal rates, arguing that only bankers
York, Paris and Milan. United States put a higher bank Reserve system. The board acted benefit from a tight money poll-
The giant Boeing 707, carrying discount rate Into effect today after Britain Jumped Its ban t' .
73 persons faltered as it as a safeguard against the flow rate from S to 7 per cent earlier Beside approving the discountrate
sped down the runway overran of dollars abroad.At In the d.y.Today. Increase, the Federal Reserve -
takeoff hit the same time the government Board raised the ceiling!
Its point, a road
Patman,
Rrp Wright time deposits from 4 to 41
grader parked on a cross run- hopes to keep the domestic on
-1 way under construction and economy on course by mod I)-Tex., chairman of the House'per cent. Rates on savings deposits
plowed to a stop with flames erately Increasing the funds Banking and Currency Commit also were strengthened.
available to bankers businessmen the action President Johnson, who Is at
and explosions ripping the fuse tee, charged that ,
lags and wings.Twentyeight and consumers. would halt the vigorous business his Texas ranch talked by telephone
of those board The Federal Reserve Board expansion that has run 45 with Secretary of the
A Stuck DuckA -moat of them Americans and Monday ordered an increase months. Treasury Douglas Dillon and
many of them TWA personnel ,from SS per cent to 4 per cent with William McChesneyMartin
survived. In the discount rate the Interest Patman has fought fiercely! chairman of the Feder.
stuck duck marks time while firemen work to suburb of Shaker Heights. Lake residents called
free him from ice. Seems the duck overstayed his police who, In turn, called the fire department to Some were hurled U yards by bankers mint pay_when_they for years for lower Interest al Reserve Board, about the
I welcome while on Green Lake In the Cleveland free the iceboundgander.. explosions that turned the four i US. and British actions.
airliner Into of burning Dillon and Martin sought to
jet a mass -
[ twisted metal wreckage. Stuclcnls Riot in PanamaPANAMA I allay fears that the board's a*-
Gainesville Seven of the survivors were In lions represent a move toward
Wilson Opposes grave condition. (AP) Rebellious Battle-ready National Guardsmen monetary restraint.
Some escaped without I students appeared today to be Panama's army andpolk. They were taken, Dillon said
CITY "to maintain the strength of the
scratch.As trying to foment a general ., quelled an anti-American '
Nuclear Fleet the plane ground to a halt strike against President MarcoA. demonstration by atudenla and dollar without Impairing the
with flames enveloping It, doors Rubles. left-wing exremlsts Monday. steady and healthy advance of
COMMISSION I opened and passengers jumpedto the American economy."
WASHINGTON (AP-Prlme) moment when it seemed to officials ] the ground.It I Leaders of the Federation of Thirteen persons were Injured I Martin said the only reason
Minister Harold Wilson appearsto here that the new British was the first disaster at the ,University Students called a 24- and IS arrested as the guardsmen for the higher discount rate was
have dealt a severe-if not government's Interest In the I seaside airport since It went 'hour classroom strike Monday waded Into a mob of about to make sure there la no eueslve -
Hearing Dec. 8 committee of the commie sl I o n fatal blow to the proposed fleet had given fresh cause for Into operation five years ago. night but It was believed they 1,000 persons near the legislative flight of dollars to Britain
uilities committee. mixed nuclear fleet of the North hope that, perhaps after some There were broken moaning hoped to marshal support for a palace. The soldiers fired and other European countries
In Tallahassee .Commissioner James RIch- Atlantic Treaty Organisation by modification, It might be acceptable survivors lying on the ground nationwide labor walkout. guns and tear gas and swung which have higher Interest
ardson, a member of the utill- declaring Britain opposes the to a number of NATO al. and blackened bodies visible In The student attempt to generate their riot sticks. rates.
project. lies. the wreckage through flames a strike should show the extent The avowed purpose of the
said the
ties three-
i On SAE ZoningThe member committee subcommitee Wilson told the House of Com- U.S. officials were surprised and smoke. The metal was so of support among labor rally was to urge a stronger
suggested mons Monday his Labor govern at the flatness of Wilson's declaration hot work crews could not get groups for Robles' policy, considered posture In talks with the United
city's appeal of the old the policy In formal resolution .ment believes "a mixed manned but there was some Into the wreckage until this one of the sternest ever States on the 1903 canal treaty. v i,.
SAE comer zoning dispute case form for committee and surface fleet adds nothing to tendency to regard It as the morning. taken by a Panamanian government Agitators shouted "Throw the .+
Is set for hearing in Tallahassee commission consideration.The Western strength Is likely to opening move In a series of negotiations. Several families perished. toward students Yankees out of Panama".
on Dec. .. I resolution noted that the i cause dissipation of strength in Among the victims was an r -11.
City Attorney Osee Fagan an- uncontrolled establishment of the alliance and may add to the Wilson said he hopes to obtainin American Roman Catholic bishop e?
nounced the hearing date at satellite utility systems around difficulties If East-West agree- discussions with President Edward C. Daly 70, of Des ==CHAIN LINK =
Monday's City Commission the city "will tend to impedethe menu" Johnson here next month more Moines, Iowa. An aide, Msgr. t.
meeting. orderly growth of the utility On the surface his statement extensive "consultation in the Joseph Sondag. 43, of Atlantic, 1
I systems of the City of Gaines-puts London In stern opposition deployment and sharing of Iowa, died with him. They had HURRICANE
Commissioners agreed to excuse ville." to Washington's plan at the very NATO's nuclear strength. been In Rome for the Vatican ,
him from the Dec. 7 com- Ecumenical Council which re- '
! tnission meeting so he could Since the utilities s y a terns 'Nuclear Umbrella' Must raised Saturday and were on FENCE .
continue preparing his case for contribute substantially to government their way to the Holy Land. ,,, you. !lI:
Ihe Tuesday presentation before operations funds and One of the pilots, John Chur- Protect Andl.eutff t
(pie First District Court of Ap will grow as the city grows,: Be Used, India Leader Says chill of Richfield Conn., went rYeur ;.
peals. the subcommittee said the policy .. from hospital to hospital, Home .
, The lawsuit filed by Wilbur would provide for "the orderly 1 id Now Yen. TUMI tion by India and "like minded searching for his wife, who had NOW / tiI"
Ishop and American Oil Co.I growth of reliable utility. NEW DELHI, A leader of countries" such as Malaysia been a passenger. She was can ", .I'I/
against the city over its actions, services for the citizens ef the conservative Swatan t r a and Iran to make an appeal dead. :t1K I
opposing plans to build a filling Greater Gainesville."' (Freedom Party) told Parliament to the U. S. and the Soviet Of the 43 dead, 17 were passengers \ I
today that India "has no Union for protection against and I were crew mem-I ,
station at the prime University "
Avenue 13th Street Intersection -' The subcommittee urged establishment -alternative" but to seek protection nuclear attack. He suggeste bers. Of the !survivors, there I'
; of a Joint citycounty of the "nuclear umbrella" that a treaty embodying such '
at the University of Flor
ida's entrance. study commitee for related of the United States as a a guarantee be drawn up. II a :

"On June 2, Circuit Judge utilities problems.The I result of Communist China's recent .wrver, Masani said It Is ElecfricalAppliances give
George Patten ruled against the studies should emphasize nuclear explosion. unlikely India can obtain a Mil 'Infermetlon 0 Estimates I ", '
city whose history of action In public health safeguards adequacy The Swatantra speaker, M. guarantee from the Soviet Union InstalledFOR See Our Quality Get Our Price/ I
Masani, said the government'sstated and she will You Decide/ Initeliotlon/
of service and system consequently Before
the Includes Initial ALL ILICTIICAL NIIDS
dispute of the property to allow rezoning growth keyed to population in- policy of appealing to have to rely on the U.3. alone Residential ComrwelolInduirrlal NO DOWN PAYMENT a Up Te 3d Months Te Pey !1 4
the United Nations and tryingto !
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the station opposition by the
mobilize world opinion Page-2
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newly elected "Young Turk" The sub committee also recommended against China was "futile" because See CALL I PHONE 3725333SAUNDERS ,
commission majority a freeze that the city commission China "has never been Important Announctmcnt C. P. Dressler .
and subsequent revocation of Issue guidelines for the About Your Future Posy ,1t'i' '
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known to respect world opin- Electrical Contractor OIL h
the building permit, a zoning utilities director to follow In DALE
ion" and Is not a member of Phone FR 6-4193 I
moratorium the of University the area and surrounding final I contacting tomers. prospective cus--.I the Speaking U.N. In a foreign affairs I CARNEGIE !le N.W. 4th 1t. 114 N.W 4th St. I bourbongive A Ii

of the old SAE
rezoning I Commissioners took the resolution debate which opened today Ma '
fraternity site corner to preventthe under study. sani said the Indian
economy DURING JIM VOYLESNOWI n
service station construction. Q
Members of the subcommittee could not stand the cost of making SAVE
Bishop and American Oil were Dr. Frank M. Flani- : a bomb and preparing an r. '
have been represented in the gan, Calvin C. Greene and Dr. effective delivery system. Consequently iU!
court battle already one of
Barremore B. Brown. he urged joint so .
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the most expensive In city history - .L '
by attorneys William n { :
Watson and Winston Arnow. I 1 :

Fagan has represented the Brakes that pull to the left or right art

city, aided by Dr. Ernest Bar danperous..here's the cure
Icy the city's special zoning
consultant hired to help prepare 11
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CondemnationStarts when winter
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Con d mnatlon proceedingswere sure
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authorized Monday by the I
Gainesville City Commission for can stopl THIS ,

a 24. acre park site in northwest r .l
Gainesville. gN'AIFoNActowmcE
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:-City Manager Bill Green said
negotiations to buy the land _
from Bob Black failed. r1 _
The property la at the northeast _
GET SET FOR WINTER NOWI
comer at the intersection
j 5t N.W. Uth Street north of t Front WWsftemoved, $30995 _
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Uh Avenue. /err. c
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purchase of three pieces of land te.Arlge R.packedeGesese

near the Millhopper to install teals Limited Quantity..Act; Today
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News of Special InterestTo I Nuptials Solemnized of Charles the bride.Bussard uncle and aunt AboutII II

Palms, ivy and large white
chrysanthemums were too appointments
the Colored I used. s
I Community Mr. and Mrs. William Robert green brocade dress, matching I The reception following the Serving the wedding cake i;
Gilchrlst were married on November accessories and an orchid cor I ceremony in Fellowship Hall, were Mrs. Charles Buuard People
j News items for this part should bs directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News IS at the Grace Presbyterian sage. i was 1ft charge of Mr and Mrs Mrs. Fred Stroble, aunts of the
editor, by nail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send Church with Rev. C. D. bride, Miss Mary Elizabeth Miss Joanna Morris, who
items directly to the Sun office.
Weaver Jr., pastor officiating) Lewis and Mrs. Reba Melton. has been visiting her sister
fun** tmtemmtlt, SAM mil ibis, will Mound m Par 1
at the double ring ceremony. Serving coffee were Mrs Wilson Mrs M. B. Jarmaa and Dr.
f CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT The schedule of services Is Church in N.W. 5th Ave, and The bride, formerly Mill Todd Mrs. W. C. Geiger Jirman at the Homestead
Mt Carmel Baptist There as follows: 4th Street. Barbara Bussard Is the daughter Mrs. Gladys Bussard all aunts Hot Springs, Va., for two
I wb midweek MeditationI The guest pastors will be The Rev. F. J., Pinker 0 n of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kramer of the bride. Pouring punch months returned au. D d I y.
I Service today 7:30: p. m.; Nathaniel Clark during .th e from Ocala will be the principal Bussard The bridegroom were Miss Sara Thornton, Mn'nil Joanna will be here a a t t II
Youth Forum Wednesday 7:30: morning worship at 11 am speaker on the occasion. Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Barton. Christmas when she win return
p.m.; and Teachers' Meeting and John Dukes during the Following the meeting there William H. Cilchrist of Chicago The newlyweds honeymoopedIn to Hot Springs to spendthe
Rev. T. A. at 6 will be the election of officers .
Thursday, 730pm evening services p.m. 111Given South Florida. holidays with her sister.__
Wright, pastor, Mrs Esther W. The morning speakers will The public Is Invited Rev. T. In marriage by her --
Hamm, reporter. be Prof. L B. Bennett! from A. Wright, pastor.TO father, the bride wore a white
Spring Hill Baptist Sunday Edward Waters College at peau de sole gown fashioned FOREST PINES
I School 10 a.m.; morning Jacksonville, and Prof. John CELEBRATE with a chapel train. Her veil ol y..a rr r
I worship, 11 am; and evening Burgess from Richardson High ANNIVERSARYThe illusion fell from a lace tiara. der. WA
worship, 6:30 p.m. Rev. T. School, Lake City. Ushers' Board No. 2 of She carried a white Bible top
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D. Davis, pastor, Mrs. Gather There will be a male chorus Lodge No. 113 will celebrate Its ped with stephanotis and a V. .h lt I
Ine McGill, reporter. of 50 voices and the guest soloists anniversary today at 1 p.m. at white orchid. Aa ,
Archer Church of God in will be Joe Welcome, W. the Masonic Hall on N.W. 3rd Cousins Attendants
Christ Church School, 10 L. Stevens Marlon Griffin and St., and 4th Place. Mrs. Julia Hood, cousin of
a.m.; morning worship, 11:30: Richard Anders. Prof. A. W.Levy ., There will be an Interesting the bride was matron of honor
a.m.; Young People's Willing organist. I program. Choir No. 1 from the Miss Jaye Pence Boon, cousinof
Workers' Meeting 630: p.m.; During the evening service'St. Luke Baptist Church will be the bride, was bridesmaid
and evening worship, 1:30 p.m. special tribute will be paid to I guest choir. The devotional Gary Dutch Schaffer servedas
Elder Days, pastor, Mri. Ruth the following citizens who have services will be conducted by best man. Ushers were Carl ..,., ..
Jenkins, reporter.. made contributions to the city: the choral group from Lodge K. Bussard Jr., brother of the M C., lull..... (M Lit .f Cy..l lie. fchool)
Greater Bethel A. M. E. Willie Burgess Eddie Thompson No- 113. Mrs. W. M. Nelson will NI orb.*.. and N.I. 251k St.
bride Joe Hood, cousin of the
Sunday School (30: a. m.; Charles S. Chestnut, Sr., serve as mistress of ceremonies ; Five N.w M.ionry Hams
bride; W. C. Geiger and Phil Three bedrooms. the bath kitchen living room, dining room
morning worship, H I.m.: A. Chester Shell, Uriah Gill, Joe I Barton uncles of the bride and a large sloro ond utility room plus front porch. Built
C.E. League, 8 p.m.; and evening Duncan, Sr., and Tom Rollins. The public Is invited. Each on 0 me* ill* lot complete with plants and town.
worship, 7 p.m. Rev. W. The public Is Invited. member Is a s k e d to donate and Randy Williams. t y q Tied poles' bicMliif' ,Loin/ .... ..., .$910000
S. White, pastor. $1.110. Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter. 'Joey Hood Jr., cousin of the Dow.,.,....iii snip .. ... .. .. .. I SO.00
NOTICE bride, was ring bearer. Moafly ,.,...." ("..IIIlIIi.. Ins ao.naa l .. .. .. .. .00
.... Is .haul tNO .H.A.I)
Ministers The bride mother woremoss a "
FAMILY NIGHTIn The First Division pee M t, im "M mi ".*.. risk 'la. .bays a sew. km. tkliCkrhMiM.
and Deacons Union auxiliaryto SLATES MEETINGThe green Chantilly lac* .
observance of American the Jerusalem Mission rj West Coast Minis t dress, matching accessories I OPEN SUNDAY 2 10 PM TILL S PM
.Education Week, the P T A Baptist Association, with Rev.T. and Deacons Union, auxiliary cry to and an orchid corsage for her' Call (MfoH w V.Q. McCyFR
of Williams Elementary School D. Davis,. moderator, will the Jerusalem Mt. Sinai daughter's wedding. The bridegroom'a I' 4-7290
.
Baptist -
N. M.U St. sad fled ll i.
will have "Family Night" Orfict kx.M .1
convene at the Mt. Morlah Bap- Association, will convene at mother chose a blue Mrs. William Robert Glkhrlst
In the cafetorlum
Nov. 24, -
Tuesday tist Church with Rev. L. A. Till- the Friendship Baptist Church III
Its Is to promote
purpose
man, pastor, Gainesville Nov. Nov. 27.29.
achievements public and Interest problems In the ol -7M. -. SHOP HERE FOR YOUR

and to
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Informed support and Successful iutuadts PRICES

action. The anniversary of the Great.er .. .....
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.1. H. Caffey assistant principal Bell! Methodist Church cameto PuNoma. paw" .ro. III IuMrIl GOOD
of Lincoln High Sch o o I, successfulThe .
close and
a was
MRS T. V. YEARBY THRU
will be the speaker. delivered
closing sermon was -
Serving on the hospitality UTICA, N.Y. Mrs Thea
by Rev. J. D. Johnson
committee will be the' Cub deth V. Yearby 37, a native of SAT.
and his congregation from High
.Scouts: of Williams Elementary. Hawthorne, Fla, died here
Springs, last Sunday.
_The business meeting will I The clubs reported as follows Thursday at I hospital after along t
.start at 7:45 p.m., followed by : Lewis Banks, $4400; JesCooper. Illness.
the program.. All parents and se 28.00; Mrs. Francis She was a radio Inspector for
.:Interested persons art urged Wilson, |6 .70. Mrs. GIsdys General Electric, and had liv- FROZEN FOODS
to attend. Howell, $2190; Bennie Gilmore ed here for 14 years. : ARMOUR STAR
Refreshments will be served 24185. Taft Gil more, Surviving are her husband Grade "A" BIRDS EYE ,
following the program furnished $3350. Sunday School $2.34; George, four children, James, FORD HOOKS OR IAIYLIMAS
by the Ways and Means Patricia Ann, Robert and
morning collection, sse 00, and TURKEYSHens
committee. I total $49180. Rev. A. J. Anderson Marie Miller, all Utica, t Pkg..2/55'
cots, the Rev. and Mrs. K. 1C os.
pastor; Mrs Nellie Moore, pa"'l
IPECIAL NOTICE reporter. Brooks, Boynton Fla.; .. LEAF OR CHOPPEDSpinach
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The Men's Day observanceWill sisters, Mrs Daisy 10 to uu* Lb.
be .held Dec. 13 at the COLORED NEWS Gainesville, and Mrs. Theora 10 01. r.g. 2/39 ,
Hartley Temple Math odist The NAACP meeting bas Gordon, Utica, two brothers,
Church Instead of Nov. IS as been set for Dec. 1 at I p.m. David Brooks Toledo, Ohio,II Toms .37* FRENCH STYLEBEANS .
to 22 Lbl. . . . .. . Lb.
=is previously announced at the Mt. Carmel Baptist I and John of Boynton.
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American favorite roast MR G. 9 01. 'kl.French .
turkey. It Is as much a partof 49 '
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boughs and Santa Claus FRESH 'ORKHAMS
Preparing a roast turkey need
not be so time consuming as
to take all the Joy out of the HALF OR WHOLE . 49 Lb.
holidays, either. | GIANT TIDE ,;

Today's turkeys sr* easy to
roast to a beautiful golden I FRANKS (ANY BRAND) 12... Pkgs. 3/LQO w4
brown In much leas time then
ever before. There Is no need FRESH 59
any longer for elaborate sewing
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today's turkeys come with a With $5.00 Feed
band of skin at the tall; drumsticks FRESH MADE PANSAUSAGE Order or More)
are nestly tucked under
this band of skin. This eliminates 'Vfc cup ::1I SNOWDRIFT STOKLEY'S
the need for sewing 1 teaspoon I . . . . .49 Lb..
5 and holds the stuffing In nice SHORTENING PUMPKINS

ly. ft I U. S. Good & Choice Beef

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sauce, we suggest serving Prepare GROUND BEFF J Lbl. . 1.39 HUNT'S MIRACLE WHIP
with cornbread -
turkey
your balls and J allied i- Ing to packs SALAD

cornbread cranberry dressing easily relish. Crumbled made ble for at into least CHUCK ROAST . . .49* Lb. PEACHES DRESSING

from a mix Is combined with Cook 29'U
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celery onion, parsley and step In ART 49
subtle seasonings. A slightly I until tender
beaten egg and broth give 1 Add to FRUITS & VEGETABLES ARNOLD'S PILLSBURY Olt
the moistness to the dress I a g remaining : u.s. NO. t
which Is easily formed Into well. Shape STUFFING BISCUITSLes.
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ahead even the day bet o r e, Place In a

and refrigerated until time to dish and S91Jl91:1 I ,.,. 29 4/39
bake In a separate pan alongside drippings I
your turkey. covered for CARROTS C.llo Pip. . 2 for 19 IOTO A CAN
3ZS degree OCEAN SPRAY
Ground fresh cranberries Remove ( I

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and celery make up the pretty lightly . CanTussdey 249'MEADE
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gelatin salad mold a per. servings i
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Cornbread Dressing Balls BRAZIL

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Jellied riot RollsPumpkin Cranberry. Piece rd, Or STEWART u.

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010(11 0 ( f til RRO [ HE'Q'f f fffiILY Y Yt "Changing Panelists Discuss Values'7 1#1Wl<1 iBRI' ....yOU. CAN 14t> I



Ruth Weimer. Women's $100
WEDNESDAY, November U ot Middle-
George Schildge
I By BETTY HARDIN will make It possible for more .. J
Luncheon compliment 1 n g town, NJ, J, C. Dickinson .
I A deep Insight Into their current people A benefit from psychiatric Miss Jane Bingham, bride- III, Swan Lake .. .i.1"JI'IFISH
Tables \:
Festive Dr. Suet!
Holiday topic of study, 'Changing assistance, elect of George Schlldg
Attitudes and Values In America said. of Middletown, N. J., 130: Bridesmaids luncheon for
Today," was given for members Reformation Predicted p.m., Mrs. C. H. Boutelle, 431 Miss Jan.* Bingham ,bride- FRY
of the Gainesville chapter NE Fourth. elect of George S Chi J d ge,
of the American Association of Mr. Temple, who pointed out Open House to meet Mrs Middletown, N.J., I II- m., EVERYWEDNESDAY
Women during the panel discussion that religious attitudes are always A T. Schlidgt, Middletown, I Mrs Leon Henderson and her
following a dinner I changing, feels that a N.J., Mrs. N. E. Bingham I daughter;Miss Elma Hender
meeting Friday night it the new reformation Is In the process and her'daughter, Miss Jane lIOn, 1S24 NW Twelfth Road. NIGHT
[Thomas Hotel of emerging the IMO's Bingham, finance* of George
f Dr. C. Lee Eggert. UF faculty The minister Mid! .that since Schildge of Middletown, Farewell ,B PM to O PM
member of the College of World War n, the world has N.J., 10:30: a m. until noon, itCOWARD
Education, served as moderator. tried to COIIVII't'the Church instead B i In llu m home, 17U NW
He Introduced t h. three of the Church converting' Tenth Avenue. Party, Honors
panelists who explored the the world. Therefore,' he feels Dinner feting MI 1 s i Jane 1'
study topic from the viewpointof that the Church may "have to Blngham, bride to be of Mrs/ Ziegler JoflnionJ
a minister, Rev. Robert M lose Its life in order to save It George Schildge, Middletown, ,
Temple Jr.; and educator, Robert and bring the attitude of Christianity N,J,, Mr. ind Mrs. GeorgeSpache ; A farewell partY was given
H. Hargrave, and a paychlatrLt back as God Intends $It Holiday Inn. Monday evening to honor Mrs 2830 N.W.
Dr. John R. Stic.'eL to be." James R. Ziegler by Mrs. Edward ,
THURSDAY November 21
Mr. Hargrave opened the discussion
L. Fox, who entertainedwith
Mrs. Howard Weems In of Judith
with the comment that was Wedding Mls '
he has seen no notlcable charge of the program, Mrs'I Gayle BMsley, daughter ot coffee-bridge party it 13th
.
hangs of'values in his IS years S. Doyle Webb served as chairman 'I Mr. ind Mrs. C. W. Beasley her home.Mrs. I i

of teaching for the day, and Mrs. Jack' Sr, and Grover L. F o r d of Ziegler will leave the,I Street
Moore and Mrs J. Robert] Jacksoncllle, son of Mrs
first week In December for
t t tt Men Teachers Needed Karp were decorations chair Thomas Cook and Grover L.
I Phlldclphli to Join Mr. Ziegler,,
Mr Hargrave emph a s I sad men. I Ford. Sr. of Oklahoma City,
transfered
who was recently to
that more men are needed Inteaching Mrs. Sad Koru, AAUW pres- I 3 p.m. First Methodist Phone
the General Electric Missile
field, especially In I dent, announced an AAUW i Church.
Florida, which ranks 30th In Area Workshop for March ( In Reentry Systems" plant. He formerly FR 6.6586
the nation In numbers of men Palatka. I FRIDAY, November 17 was with the (ill: Battery

teachers. All members are requested to Linen shower to fete Miss plant here
Dr. Stiefel traced tht Im prepare gift Items and foods fora Beth Meadows, brlde elect of Guests Included the honoree, I 9eelweea MMgry AweeA.eP
provements In psychiatry from Christmas Bazaar, which will Bennie Shelton Boyles, I (j.m. Mrs. Norman Carlson, Mrs
the first gross neglect of the be held in conjunction with the Miss Shirley Hardlnson and
William T Green Jr., Mrs.
insane in institutions tot h f December 12 meeting at the Miss Yanry Harris at the
awareneaa of the problems of,Park Lane Cafeteria. latter'i home, 1210 NW Third Stanley Hilt a bid die, Mrs I Sun Want Ads t

mental health today. Mrs. Henry Lunsford Is to be Avenue. Samuel Hicks, Mrs Michael' ,Get Results
The new Mental Health Bill bazaar chairman. Stag .party complimenting Re d.I" 'Mrs:.. Paul Moore I



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How pays and style[calls for the entree plate to be stack tables are Informal, they'
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.nerve a meal brought to the table. set with flatware, crystal and ARMOUR STAR FROZEN FOODS
With all the holiday festivities In a strict Interpretation of linen. You can even provide Individual Grade "A"TURKEYS BIRDS EYE
clot at hand, give tome Russian service, the entree centerpieces, if you .pk" FORD HOOKS OR 3AIYvv.
47 thought to letting your holiday'plate replaces a rather ornate like. -n .
tablet)tn a new and Interesting service plate that la in place
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of hand during the holidays and ornate and can even be din thing that contributes a great 10 .., n,.
the frat! thing you know your pensed with entirely. deal toward making I table setting

guest list ii bigger You than might your be Buffet Style flatware attractive- not la only sterling for holiday silver Toms 14 t. 21 Lbe. . . . .37 lb.DELL'S FRENCH STYLEBEANS '
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Sterling silver Is particularlyIn ,
simply changing your Q. u a l 1: can range from very formal FRESH DRESSED '
keeping with festive holiday WINTER GARDEN FRUIT
informal.
style If you of discount serving the extremes I to In formal buffet service, each dining back to This the days probably of morns,harks old I HENS . 39' Lb. PEACH APPLE OR CHERRY
on-the-Ublt school diner has a place set for him at
of the catsup| I
damask-covered table! but all England when the Yule log was PIES 31.00
and the maid-and butler serv a burned and friends and family SWIFT'S PREM. SLICEDBACON ,

Ice, there of serving are basically three board the food or Is buffet arranged Theoretical on I side-1 y,. gathered at the groaning board, MR G. 9 ... P1,.

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American family style calls and-or butler. on an array of sterling French Fries 2/19'
tureens -
flatware, porringers
silver
FRESH 'ouHAMS
for the roast to be carved by A modification of this service and other elaborate
.the head of the household. He very much In vogue In sophisticated '
serves the meat, along with tht homes along with the pieces Todays of holoware.meals and serviceare HALF WHOLE : . 49 Lk-
vegetables, on the plates that, revival of English and Victorian ) GIANT TIDE
elaborate as
not nearly so
stacked before him. furniture, calls for the host to
are have quite a few do the serving from the buffet they were then, but sterling Is

:extra When guests you at holiday meals,! while the hostess carries the family still very and much company a part meals of festive Its FRANKS ZANY IRANDI, 12..3/1.00.
time and ease the conversational ball. I
serving .
save and mellow
gleaming beauty
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the holiday
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be
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occasions.
used as a sideboard meals. memorable Order M.e.lSAUSAGE )
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to serve If both your, from the buffet table (a folding worldly possessions, this might ... . .' . .49' -
way and table are aluminum table covered with a Just be the year to get your SHORTENING PUMPKINS ,
dining room set (perhaps as a gift') to enjoy
cloth works perfectly
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are around I single table or they less of > luxury than you c.It. ,
table small or yoq .
and art
dweller without a can be provided with Individual may think because It literally GROUND BEFF 1.39 HUT
an apartment J be. MIRACLE WHir
dining room, you might try the I stack.type tables set up In the lasts forever and always retains

so-called Russian service. This]living, room Although these Its beauty. __, PEACHES

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I Calendar Of EventsTODAY I .. ; Rye CAN 29 QUART 49'

November 14 i ally Women's Club, I p.m., the new Sigma Chi Fraternity
Squire dub house West N t w b erry I chapter house, 10 a m, I Fraternity FRUITS & VEGETABLES PlLLSlUIY CR
M.r t steppers Road. Row.SUNDAY ARNOLD'S
Dance Cub. I p.m. Gainer I U.S. NO. 1 tALL-UDS
recrestion Center.Suprm. PJEO: Chapter Af, '.30 Nevtmbrr 21 STUFFING
villa Forest Woodmen am., Mrs. W. A. Clark. Mrs.F. : Gainesville Chapter 44, POTATOES 49* BISCUIT

.arcl"TMpm., Odd! Tel'lows' B. Smith, 1112 SW Third OES, Memorial Service, 1 ,
SallAmerican Avenue. I pm., Masonic Temple.See .. 1..s./k.29 4/39
Association: ef University Women's Club, *
University Women I P.111.* i Arts and Crafts Group, I:M Page 2 CARROTS c., ,.,. 2.-19 10 TO A CAN
Mrs H. C. Lunsford. Mrs. L. am., Florida U II.l I Craft OCEAN SPRAY

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WEDNfS1)AYilief: Mrs. Joseph R. Beckenbach, FRESH '
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Gainesville Bridge Club
Wedding PlansAnnounced 1 I 7.30 pot. Holiday Inn Oranges nUlL .
I T t1l5DAT.iullllwr! M j i Grapefruit '
I Colfu Rebtkah Lodge No. I luy h bulk .f sM WILIJSTON Mr. and Mrs. 2, Thanksgiving social aid y..f ChnstiMi
I Odd rtlI orders ..rI".
Hall ef WuTistoB an- game party p m.
Henry ENGLISH
pounced the engagement and I lows Temple. | MARKHAM'SGROVE &
approaching aurruge of theirdaughter ,:FRIDAY, TtmWr T WALNUTS
)Irs.. Mary Ellen]I Gainesville Bridge Club,
Robert A. German lam., Holiday Inn.SATVRDAr. .
!forts. to Mel..h u.s. 441fh.J9l.3l91
Mrs.'Gail CCM Nevestkrr 17
trf Mr. and
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TIM wedding will take place
Wednesday at MM am. toSt I
Benedict Catholic Church st CHECK WITH TECHCOLOR ,
Crystal River. The double ring FOLGER'S HERSHEY'S
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tile bridal couple at the WiTiisto STORIS-S N.W. ibtb AVE. I
Woman's Club Suiday, AND NIWIIRRY ROAD
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November 24,_1964. Gainesville_Sun_7
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News of Special InterestTo I Nuptials Solemnized I.of Charles the bride.Bussard, uncle and aunt About

Palma, ivy and large white
chrysanthemums were the appointments
the Colored I used.
Community Mr. and Mrs. William Robert greea brocade dress, matching The reception following the I Serving the wedding cake
Gilthrlst were married on November accessories and an orchid cor-I I ceremony In Fellowship Hall, were Mrs. Charles Bussard, People
News Items for his should be directed to Den F. Cnllds Colored News
I pan 15 at the Grace Presbyterian sage. was In charge of Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Fred Stroble, aunts of the
editor, by mall at 528 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 6-9753. Do not send Church with Rev. C. D. bride, Miss Elizabeth who
Mary MlM Joama Morris
Items directly to the Sun office.
Weaver Jr., pastor officiatingat lewis and Mrs. Reba Melson. her sister,
has been visiting
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Punml mnimnti rm/ .n bl will kt rune w has the double
ring ceremony. I" Serving coffee were Mrs. Wilson Mrs. M. B. Jarnae and Dr.
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTMt. : The schedule of services Isi Church In NW. 5th Ave., and I The bride, formerly Miss Todd, Mrs. W. C Geiger, Jannaa it the HomesteadHot
Carmel Baptist There i is follows: 4th Street. Barbara Bussard, Is the daughter ow'' hr + .Mrs. Gladys Bussard, all auntsof Springs, Vs., for two
I will be midweek Meditation I The guest pastors will be The Rev. F. It Pinker 0 II I of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kramer h the bride. Pouring punchwere months returned Sunday. I
Services today, 7:30: p. m.; Nathaniel Clark during the from Ocala, will be the print t.. Bussard. The bridegro o m Miss Sara Thornton, Mrs. Joanna will be here until
Youth Forum Wednesday 7:Jt morning worship at 11 '.m. pal speaker on the occasion. Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Barton. Christmas when she will return
p.m.; and Teachers' Meeting and John Dukes during the Following the meeting therewill 'William H. Gilchrist of Chi The newlyweds honeymooned I to Hot Springs to spendthe
7:30 Rev. T. A. at 6 be the election of officers. Ill.Given .
Thursday : p.m. evening services p.m. cago, In South Florida. holidays with her slater.
Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W. The morning speakers will The public Is Invited, Rev. T. in marriage by her -- _.
Hamm, reporter. be Prof. L. B. Bennett from A. Wright, pastor.TO father, the bride wore a white
Spring Hill Baptist Sun Edward Waters College at peau de sole gown fashionedwith FOREST PINES
( day School, 10 a.m.; morning Jacksonville, and Prof. John CELEBRATE a chapel train. Her veil of
l worship, 11 a.m.; and evening Burgess from Richardson High'ANNIVERSARYThe illusion fell from a lace tiara. i! 9rI' .4s N
worship, 6:30: p.m. Rev. T. School, Lake City. I' Ushers' Board No. 2 of She carried a white Bible top.
D. Davis, pastor; Mrs. Catherine There will be I male chorus Lodge No. 113 will celebrate Its ped with stephanotis and awhile
McGill, reporter. of 50 voices and the guest soloists -I anniversary today at $ p.m. al orchid.
Archer Church of God (In will be Joe Welcome, W the Masonic Hall on N.W. 3rd Cousins Attendant
Christ Church School, 10 L. Stevens, Marlon Griffin and St., and 4th Place. Mrs. Julia Hood, cousin of
a.m.; morning worship, 11:30 Richard Anders. Prof. A. W. There will be an Interesting the bride, was matron of honor.
a.m.; Young People's Willing Levy organist. program. Choir No. 1 from the Miss Jaye Pence Boon, cousin
Workers' Meeting, 6:30: p.m.; During the evening service St. Luke Baptist Church will be of the bride, was bridesmaid.
and evening worship, 130: p.m. special tribute will be paid to guest choir. The dsvotlona Gary Dutch Schaffer servedas L
Elder Days, pastor; Mrs. Ruth the following citizens who hive services will be conducted by best man. Ushers were CarlK. .1
Jenkins, reporter. made contributions to the city: the choral group from Lodge Bussard Jr., brother of the McCoy luiUm Greater Bethel A. M. E. Willie Burgess, Eddie Thompson No- 113. Mrs. W. M. Nelson will bride; Joe Hood, cousin of the N'. Ilk A... sad N.I. 25th St.
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Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; Charles S. Chestnut, Sr., serve as mistress elf ceremonies .. No* M. "" Homol
bride; W. C Geiger and Phil Three bedrooms, tilt bath, kitchen living room, dininG room
morning worship, Ham.; A. Chester Shell, Uriah Gill, Joe I Barton, uncles of the bride, y and a largo itorago and utility roam plus front porch Builton
C.E. League, II p.m.; and evening Duncan, Sr., and Tom Rollins. I The public Is invited. Each and Williams. 4 itMrs. a nieo' size lot compute with plants and lawn.
worship, 7 p.m. Rev. W. 1 The public Is Invited. member Is sake d to donate Randy f Total pike IncMlitf loolt end ., .. .....,$950000
S. White, pastor. 100. Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter. Joey Hood Jr., cousin of the Do."Mrimr only, .. .. ... 50.00
NOTICEThe .' bride, was ring bearer. Monthly Mroitti (IncMmf' I".IIC.I .. .. .. (500
Division Minister The bride mother wore "..cl". 10 lo ol (NO r H.A.I
FAMILY NIGHTIn First N. Moy' MO M ."4 rave riht I I", .... o sew. loans shin
moss Chantilly
American and Deacons Union, auxiliary\ SLATES MELTING" green lack Ch.Io,,,,...
observance of to the Jerusalem Mission r;y The West Coast Minister; dress, matching accessories OPIN SUNDAY 2:10 PM TILL S PM
.Education Week, the P T A Baptist Association, with Rev.T. and Deacons Union, auxiliary to and sn orchid corsage for her Call Corald or V.Q. McCoy
of Williams Elementary School D. Davis,. moderator, will Mt. aughter's wedding. The bride.groom's I FR '-7290Offico
the Jerusalem Sinai Baptist
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St.
will have "Family Night" bcotU ot N. Molii
convene at the Mt. Morlah Bap- Association, will convene at mother chose a 'blueI William Robert Glicbri.t
Tuesday, Nov. 24, In the cafe.torium. tist Church with Rev. L. A. Till- the Friendship Baptist Church '"
Is to
.
Its purpose promote man, pastor, Gainesville, Nov. Nov. 27.29. I

achievement public and Interest problems In the of 729.. I SHOP HERE FOR YOUR

the nation's schools, and to encourage o BROOKER NEWSAnniversary ,
Informed support and t SuccessfulThe ebituarit5 PRICES

action.. I. H. Caffey, assistant principal anniversary of the Greater ,., Wno,1 .""" ......ft, III tawr.Iwrit. GOOD
Bell Methodist Church cameto .. M Ibis ,...,
of Lincoln High School I,,
close and successful
will be the speaker. a was MRS T. V. YEARBY THRU
Serving on t he hospitality dolivered UTICA N.Y. Mrs. Thea-
committee will be the CuScouts I deth V. Yearby, 37, a native of SAT.r .
and his congregation from High
of Williams Elementary, Hawthorne[ Fla., died tore I
Springs, last Sunday.
_The business meeting will, The clubs reported is follows 'Thursday at a hospital after along
.start at 7:45 pm., followed by Lewis Illness.
I : Banks, $44 00, Jese -
the program: All parents and Cooper' $21.DO; Mrs. Francis She was I radio Inspector for ,
Interested persons art urged Wilson General Electric, and had lived .
f611.70. Mrl. Gladys
FROZEN FOODS
to attend. Howell, $21.50; Bennie Gilmore J. here for 14 years. -r ARMOUR STAR
Refreshments will be served $24185; Taft Gil I I more, Surviving are her husband, ,pr, Grade "A" BIRDS EYE
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following the program, furnished 33.50; Sunday School, $2.34, George; four children, James, FORD HOOKS OR BABYLIMAS
by the Ways and Means Patricia Ann, Robert and
collection and
morning $5600, r TURKEYSHens
committee. __ total $404.80. Rev. A. J. Anderson Marie Miller, all Utica; hl' IC Pkg..255LEAF
pastor; Mrs. Nellie Moore, ents, the Rev. and Mrs. par-I o:
SPECIAL NOTICE reporter. I Brooks, Boynton, Fla.; OR CHOPPEDSpinach
The Men's Day observanceWill sisters, Mrs. Daisy 10 to" Lbs. 39 U.>
be .held Dec.. 13 at the I COLORED NEWS Gainesville, and Mrs. Theora' 10 01. Pkg. 2/39' I
iartley Temple Math odlsl t: The NAACP meeting loan Gordon, Utica; two brothers,

,Church previously Instead announced of Nov. 15 aaas I et been the set Mt.Jarmel for Dec. 1 Baptist at I p.m.I and David John Brooks of Boynton., Toledo, Ohio,I' Toms 16 to 22 Lb. .. . 37< Lb. fRENCH STYLIBEANS .

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The piece de resistance for
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American favorite roast MR G. 9 ... Pkg.French :
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green boughs and Santa Claus. FRESH PORKHAMS
Preparing a roast turkey need I
not be so time consuming as *
to take all the Joy out of the HALF OR WHOLE . 49 u.
holidays, either. GIANT TIDE

Today's turkeys are easy to
roast to a beautiful golden I FRANKS (ANY BRAND) 12 on. Pke,. 3/1.00 w4
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subtle I tender, but not brown.
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the I Ingredients; mix NIGHT NO. 1
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UlOdlfJ 0 f n mo THE f fHfflIL Y'''Panelists Discuss ) bWEDNESDAY rj61 you. ..CANFISH ..



"Changing Values'7By ,

Ruth We I", .". Women's Editor -
November !S I George Schlldge of Middle-
BETTY HARDIN i will make It possible for more !
Luncheon compliment I n g .; town, N.J., J. C. Dickinson rw error
A deep Insight into their cur people t& benefit from psychiatric
Festive Holiday Tables rent topic of study, "Changing assistance, Dr. Stief 4.1 l elect Miss of Jane George Bingham,Schlidg bride-, III, Swan Lake,
Attitudes and Values in America
said.
Bridesmaids luncheon for
of Middletown, N. J., 130: I
I Today, was given for memo Reformation PredictedMr. I pm.Mrs. G. H. Boutelle, 421 Miss Jane Blngham ,bride- FRY
!6 1J 1 'T1t t bers of the Gainesville chapterof I ME: Fourth. I elect of George Schlldgt l ,

the American Association of Temple, who pointed out Open House to meet Met Middletown,, N.J., I p. m., EVERY
Women during the panel discussion that religious attitudes are always A. T. Schlldge, Middletown, I Mrs Leon Henderson and her i
following a dinner changing, feels that a N.J., Mrs. N. E. Bingh a m daughter?Miss Elma Hender .WEDNESDAY
meeting Friday night at the new reformation ls In the process and her'daughter, Miss Jane eon, 1S24 NW Twelfth Road. NIGHT

Thomas Hotel. of emerging the 1960 s. Bingham, finance of George I
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Dr. C. Lee Eggert, IT faculty The minister said that since Schildge of Middletown, Farewell .B PM to O PM
member of the College of World Warhi' world has
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N.J., 1030: a m. until noon, ir.
Education served u moderator. -[tried to convert'the Church In- Binhim borne, 1711 NW i \
He Introduced the three itead'of the Church converting* Tenth Avenue. Party! Honors HOWARD

panelists who explored the the world. Therefore he feels Dinner feting M 1 I. I Jane
study topic from the viewpointof [that the Church may "have to Bingham, bride to bt of Mr ." ZieglerA JOHnfonJ
a minister, Rev. Robert M. lose its life In order to save It George Schlldge, Mlddtetown,

Temple Jr.; and educator, Robert and bring the attitude of Christianity N.J.Mr.. and Mrs. George. farewell party was given
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H. Hargrave and. psyjchlatrU. back as God Intends .It SpaChe, Holiday Inn. 'Monday evening to honor MrsJames 2830 N.W.
Dr. John R. SliefeL "
to be. i
Mr. Hargrave opened the discussion THURSDAY, November! M R. Ziegler by Mrs. Ed-
with the comment that Mrs. Howard Weems was In Wedding of lolls .Judith ward L. Fox, who entertainedwith

he has seen no notlcable charge of the program, Mrs Gayle B..s1e'l, daughter o t 'a coffee-bridge party at 13th
change of 'values in his U yearsof S. Doyle Webb served as chair> Mr. and Mrs C. W. Beasley her home.
teaching. !min for the day, and Mrs. Jack Sr., and Graver L Ford of
Mrs. will leave the Street
Ziegler
Moore and Mrs. J. Robert Jacksoncille, son of Mrs. I
first week In December for
Men Teachers Needed Karp were decorations chair Thomas Cook and Grover L '
Mr. Hargrave emph a III'I d Ford. Sr. of Oklahoma City, Phlldelphla to Join Mr. Ziegler I l'

that more men are needed In men.Mrs.. Sadl Koru, AAUW pros 3 p.m., First Methodist who) was recently trtnsfrred to Phono
teaching field, especially in the General Electric Missile
Ideal i I, announced an AAUW Church.
Florida, which ranks 30th in Area Workshop for March Iin Reentry Systems plant. He formerly FR 6.6586
the nation in numbers of men Palatka .FRIDAY, November 27 was with the GB!: Battery

teachers. All members are requested to Linen shower to fete Miss I plant here,
Or. Sticfel traced the improvements prepare gift Items and foods fora Beth Meadows bride-elect of Quests Included the honorte, .Iualnwl........,,A.ls./e

in psychiatry from Christmas Bazaar, which will Bennie Shelton Boyles, I ,.m. Mrs Norman Carlson, Mrs.
the first gross neglect of the be held In conjunction with the Miss Shirley Hardlnann and
w t Insane in institutions tot b e l i December 12 meeting at the Miss Yancy Harris at the William T. Green Jr., Mrs.
11)u. awareness of the problems of Park Lane Cafeteria. tatter's home, 1210 NW Third Stanley Hilt. bid die, Mrs.! Sun Want Ads t

mental health today. I Mrs. Henry Lunsfonf U to be Avenue. Samuel Hicks, Mrs. Michael Get Results
The new Mental Health and Paul Moore. ,
Bill bazaar chairman Slag! .party complimenting Read "Mrs. ,
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close at hand, give some Russian service, the entree centerpieces, If 'Iou x ,,, Crude "A" BIRDS EYE
rather ornate like. I FORD HOOKS OR IAIYLIMAS .
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of hand during the holidays and ornate and can even be dispensed thing that contributes a great. SpinachFRENCH 10 n, 2/39
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deal making a
the first thing you know, your with entirely.
attractive Is sterling/ silver
guest list Is bigger than your Buffet Style flatware not only for holiday Toms WHMIW. . ... . .37 Lit, STYUBEANS
facilities You might be
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and the maid-and.butler serv damask-covered: table but all burned and friends and family PRIM. SLICEDBACON PIES ,31.00
three the food Is arranged on a sideboard
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of holoware. *
pieces
serve the meat, along with the homes along with the Today's meals and service HALF WHOLI . 49 Lit
revival of English and Victorian
vegetables, on the plates that elaborate asthey GIANT TIDE
furniture, calls for the host to are not nearly to
are stacked before him. were then, but sterling/ Is
a f.wextra do the serving from the buffet
have
quite
When guests you at holiday meals, while the hostess ball.carries the family still very and much company a part meals of festive Its FRANKS (ANY BRAND) U II. ..31.00

serving time and ease the conversational and mellow
save
gleaming beauty
carvingthe This service works !beautifullywhen FRESH 59'With
the host by
pressure on glow contribute to the holiday
table is not
roast In the kitchen. Food your dining the '
air that prevails through
be served by the host or I particularly large and you have PORKLOINS49V
may and help make boUd.ymemorable ,
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city Women's Club, S p.m., the new Sigma. Chi Fraternity QUART _
TODAY, November IIMerry Club house West N e w b erry chapter house, 10 a m., I Fraternity fRUITS & VEGETABLESU.S.
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recreation Center. I P.E.O. Chapter Gainesville N, '
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PlansAnnounced T.Gainesville 30 pJit, Holiday Bridge Inn. Club I, Oranges. nUlL MEADE'

Wedding THVRSDAY, November II i Grapefruit

Colfu Rebekah! Lodge Net. Buy by bulk er ,. .. NUTS 0-,, PECANS 49V.
J, Thanksgiving social and Piece yew CHHttmesrdert r#
wraiSTON Mr. and Mrs ..rt I
WUtown announced game party, Ipm Odd Fellows ENGLISH
Henry Ball of I
and Temple. MARKHAM'SGROVE
the engagement :FRIDAY, November 17i
of 1MII'cI.1u&hler
approaching marriage EBrtl I i I Gainesville Bridge Club, I WALNUTSI
Mrs. Mary lam. Holiday fen.iJtTURDAY ...
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,I < 3 W Ali rt K"A J Crews Remove 45 DeadROME .


''I (AP) Work crews were 19 passengers and 9 crew one of the engines had started ;clear and TWA officials said
were recovering bodies today members. ,to burn as the plane moved there was nd weight problem.
I
; from the wreckage of the Trans I Italian authorities ordered an down the runway. !Investigators said there was no
World Airlines jet In which 45 investigation. Witnesses said The weather was sunny and.suspicion of any sabotage.
t died at Rome's Flumlclno Airport .

r r1.H Qi e,t At least 28 Americans were' S. Takes Steps to Halt '1

among the dead; at least 14 sur
vlved.
The plane never got off the I
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Flow of Dollars OverseasWASHINGTON
I uk, r ground Monday as it preparedto
take off for Athens and Cairo
I
OD the windup of a flight from
Kansas City Chicago, New (AP) The obtain funds from the Federal rates, arguing that only bankers
York, Paris and Milan. United States put a higher bank Reserve system. The board acted benefit from a tight money poli
The giant Boeing 707, carryIng discount rate into effect todayas after Britain Jumped Its bank cy.Beside
73 persons, faltered as it a safeguard against the flow rate from S to 7 per cent earlierIn approving the discount
sped down the runway, overran of dollars abroad.At the day.Today rate Increase the Federal Reserve -
Its takeoff point, hit a road the same time the govern- Board raised the ceiling
Patman
grader parked on a cross run- ment hopes to keep the domestic Rep. Wright on time deposits from 4 to 4.S
way under construction and economy on course by mod- J)-Tez., chairman of the House per cent. Rates on savings deposits -
plowed to a stop with flames ,erately Increasing the funds Banking and Currency Committee also were strengthened.
and explosions ripping the fuselage available to bankers, businessmen charged that 'the action: President Johnson who Is at
and wings.Twentyeight and consumers.The would halt the vigorous business I his Texas ranch, talked by telephone .
Federal ,Reserve Board with of the
of those aboard has Secretary
expansion that run 45
A Stuck DuckA -most of them Americans and Monday ordered an Increase months. Treasury Douglas Dillon and
many of them TWA personnel from 3 S per cent to 4 per cent with William McChesney
pluck duck marks time while firemen work to auburb of Shaker Heights. Lake residents called survived. in the discount rate the Inter- Patman has fought fiercelyfor Martin, chairman of the Federal
free him from ice. Seems the duck overstayed his police who, in turn, called the fire department to Some were hurled 80 yards by est bankers must pay when they years tor lower interest Reserve Board about the

welcome while on Green Lake In ..the Cleveland free the ice-hound gander. explosions that turned the.four- US-..and. British..actions.union .. .
I Jet airliner into a mass of burning ana Martin sought to
twisted metal wreckage. I Students Riot in PanamaBattleready allay fears that the board's actions --
y Gainesville Seven of the survivors were In represent a move toward
Wilson Opposes I grave condition. PANAMA (AP) Rebellious National Guardsmen monetary restraint.
Some escaped without a students appeared today to be Panama's army and They were taken Dillon said
CITY scratch.As trying to foment a general police, quelled an antl-Amerlc "to maintain the strength of the
Nuclear Fleet I j the plane ground to a halt strike against President MarcoA. demonstration by students and dollar without impairing the
COMMISSION with flames enveloping it, doors Robles. left-wing exremlsts Monday. steady and healthy advance of
opened and passengers Jumpedto the American economy."
WASHINGTON (AP-Prlme moment when It seemed to officials the ground.It I Leaders of the Federation of Thirteen persona were Injuredand Martin said the only.reason
Minister Harold Wilson appears here that the new British was the: first disaster at the University Students called a 24- 18 arrested as the guardsmen for the higher discount rate was'
to have dealt a severe-if not government's Interest In the seaside airport since It went hour classroom strike Monday waded Into a mob of about to make sure there Is no excessive .
i Hearing Dec. 8 committee of the commls i Ion fatal blow to the proposed fleet had given fresh cause for Into operation five years ago. night but It was believed they 2,000 persons near the legislative night of dollars U Britain
unities committee.Commissioner j mixed nuclear fleet of the NorthAtlantic'Treaty hope that, perhaps after some There were broken, moaning I hoped to marshal support for a palace. The soldiers fired and, other European .countries
In TallahasseeOn James Richardson Organization by modification It might be acceptable I survivors lying on the ground nationwide labor walkout. guns and tear gas and swung which have higher Interest
; a member of the utlli- declaring Britain opposes the, to a number of NATO al. and blackened bodies visible In The student attempt to gener- 'their riot sticks. rates
ties committee said the three- project. lies. I the wreckage through flames ate a strike should show the extent I The avowed purpose of the
SAE ZoningThe member subcommittee suggest- Wilson told the House of Com.I US. officials were surprised and smoke. The metal was so of support among labor rally was to urge a strong

the old ed the policy in formal resolution mom Monday his Labor government at the flatness of Wilson's dec- hot work crews could not get groups for Robles' policy, con- I posture In talks with the United .........,.., t
city's appeal of form for committee and believes "a mixed manned laratlon, but there was some Into the wreckage until this sidered one of the sternest ever ,States on the 1903 canal treaty. 4$'>
-
SAE corner zoning dispute case surface fleet adds nothing to tendency to regard It as the morning. taken by a Panamanian Agitators shouted "Throw the 'r. rIf' .*"
:u set for hearing In Tallahassee commission consideration.The Western strength Is .likely to opening move in a series of negotiations. Several families perished. ment toward students. govern- Yankees out of Panama. I k \
on Dec. 8. cause dissipation of strength In .. _. <
resolution noted that the Among the victims was an -- -- ;" .
City Attorney Osee Fagan announced uncontrolled establishment of the alliance and may add to the Wilson said he topes to obtainIn American Roman Catholic bishop -

i. : the hearing date at satellite utility systems around difficulties" if East-West agreement I discussions with President Edward C. Daly, 70, of Des == CHAIN LINK =
r Monday's City Com m I' ,10 I n the city "will: tend to Impedethe Johnson here next month more Moines, Iowa. An aide, Msgr.
meeting. orderly growth of the utility On the surface, his statement extensive "consultation In the Joseph Sondag, 43, of Atlantic,
systems of the City of Gainesville puts London In stern oppositionto deployment and sharing of Iowa, died with him. They had I HURRICANE
Commissioners agreed to excuse ." Washington's plan at the very NATO's nuclear Strength" been In Rome for the Vatican I 1
him from the Dec. 7 commission Ecumenical Council which recessed
meeting so ho could Since the utilities i y s terns 'Nuclear Umbrella' Must Saturday, and were on FENCE .
:continue preparing his case for contribute substantially to government their way to the Holy Land. I t I you -
'the Tuesday presentation before operations funds and Be Used One of the pilots John Churchill Protect And I--.y;
I India
the First District. Court of Appeals will\ grow as the city grows, Leader Says of Richfield, Conn. went Bee utif .
the subcommittee said the' pol- I from hospital to hospltall Your ems
;The lawsuit tiled by Wilbur, Icy would provide for "the orderly 1C) Now vim TlmM ,'lion by India and "like minded searching for his wife who had I NOW
Bishop and American 011 Co. growth of reliable utility NEW DELHI, A leader of countries" such as Malaysiaand been a passenger. She was can'give
against the city over Us actions services for the citizensflf the conservative, Swatan tr a Iran to make an appealto dead.
opposing plans to build a filling Greater Gainesville.1' (Freedom Party) told Parliament the U. S. and the Soviet Of the 4S dead, 37 were passengers i I
today that India "has .
noalternative" Union for
nation at the prime University protection against and S were crew members. -'
The subcommittee urged establishment but to seek protection nuclear attack. survivors there
Avenue 13th Street intersection Ha suggested Of the 28 J
of Florida's of t Joint clty-coun- of the "nuclear umbrel that a treaty embodying such : -
at the University -
ty study committee for, related la" of the United States as a a guarantee be drawn up. '
: entrance.On result of Communist China's recent a
utilities problems.The ElectricalAppliances
However
Masanl said It is
June 2, Circuit Judge nuclear explosion. .
George Patten ruled against the studies should emphasize In 'ndia can obtain a FREE Information fir EstimatesSee
:City, whose history of action In public health safeguards, adequacy The Swatantra speaker M. uaramte[ ..'em the Soviet Union Installed Our Quality Get Our Price
Includes initial of.service and system Maunl, said the government'sstated and consequently she will, Before You Decide Immediate Inttellotion
the rezoning -
dispute FOR ALL ILICTRICAL "MtlDSR
of the property to allow rowtht keyed to population In- the United policy Nations of appealing and tryingto to have to rely on the U.& alone. 1 R iid.ntiol a Commercial NO DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To Pay "

the station, opposition by the reases. C Industrial betterbourbon'
mobilize world opinion I
newly elected "Young Tu r h" The i u b committee also recommended against China was "futile" because See Page 2 CALL I r PHONE 372.5333SAUNDERS j .;
commission majority a freezeand that the city com China "has never been Important Announcement C. P. Dressler
subsequent revocation of mission Issue guidelines for the known to respect world opin- About Your Future From' Electrical Contractor OIL CO.
the building permit, a zoning utilities director to follow In ion" and I Is not a member of DALE I
moratorium of the 'area sur- con (acting prospective c u somers. the UN. CARNEGIE I Phone FR 6-6193 814 N.W. 4th St. I
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'rounding the University and final i \ Speaking< In a foreign affairs I __ ___1 E :
rezoning of the old SAE i Commissioners took. the resolution debate which opened today Ma-[ i ;
fraternity site corner to prevent under study!<. sinl said the Indian economy .
the service station construction.I DURING JIM VOYLES n r I '.
Members of the subcommitee could not stand the cost of making SAVE '
Bishop and American Oil Dr. Frank M. Flanlan
were a bomb and preparing an
have been represented In the Calvin C. Greene and Dr. effective delivery system. Con, .give itF!

court battle already'one of larremore B. Brown. I sequently he .urged _Joint_ac- .

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Watson and Winston Arnow. 1 I Irl
I Fagan has represented the Brakcs that pull to the left or right aredanperous..here'a

city, aided by Dr. Ernest Bart- the cur
ley, the city's special zoning
I consultant hired to help prepare
I the city's argument. BRAKE SPECIAL !


CondemnationStarts when winter I Ivwr

On Park weather says n I
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Condemnation proceedingswere sure you Entertainment Center
authorized Monday by the
Gainesville City Commission for can itopl) I AT THIS

a 24 acre park site In northwest f"'"

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City Manager Bill Green said. ,
:negotiations to buy the land .

.,from. Bob Black failed. : I I.-\
I The property Is at \the north-,
GET SET FOR WINTER NOWf
'east corner at the Intersection
of N.W. 34th Street north of, e Front Wttaall" Removed $399.5- -:5
:Uth Avenue I i Brakes Adjusted $ 1 1 I t '

Commissioners also approved Front WhHI ( l
;purchase of three pieces of land, Bearings Repacked _

'near the lillhopper to install .Chocked CIMM Seals e 119 Limited Quantity" Act Today
I utility lines to the cable televl-
'atari tower now under construe- e Brake fluid Added,
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: (\ By JOE: HALBERSTEIN Brown 1-2 and 220, has the age" Graves said. "We don't Tate a former Posh coach at d

,'.., .... ....... ; ; Sun Sports Editor she and speed necessary and Is have the answers to our next the t'F and more recently an
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'; (, ".V Barry Brown, a pretty fair expected to adapt rapidly to his two games but we're look I In g assistant at Georgia Tech will

By BOB GREEN r'II'.. '. operator at defensive; end the new view of the enemy for them. Mistakes and Injuries be out to continue one bet he

Teeadoy, Novsmb.r 24, 1964 Associated Pren Sports Writer ..I.", : past two years, will get I closer Don Barrett sophomore .end are hurting us badly" has on the Gators.In .

Frank Broylei and his Arkan- .. look at ball-carriers this week. from Vero Beach will move Added to recent losses of Tate's last three seasons at
van Razorbacks have all the vie- Coach Ray Graves has Into Brown's spot at the flanker linebackers Ron Pun ell, leg Tech he served as defensive
tories they need, thankee very moved the Ann Arbor Mich. post on defense. injury against FSU: Steve coach. Florida did not ICON on
much m'am, and they'd Just junior to a linebacker post for I I Heidi!, Injury against Auburn; the Engineers In those contests
Attitude Good
the MiamI. A
like a couple of losses now.They'v. game with wave and Jack Card Injury against losing by margins of 20-0 17-0
of has thi Graves said the attitude of
SEC I Injuries stripped
Georgia: plus Roger Pet tee, and 10.With .
CageSchedule
won all they're really '
r Gators of four of the five varsity the Gator players at .
allowed to, least-wise In the dismissal from the squad; Florida
regular BARRY BROWN performers at that post drill was heartening. MoodaY"I' has lost halfback Alan t'F students sway for
season, you see. Ten of a linebacker now when the season got under way ball team has a lot Poe vacation attendance for the final
ankle .
FSU tack.
'em. Their season Is over and _. inlurv against : home game of the season
they're still not No. 1. So's the le Randy Jackson, leg injury may not top 30,000 this week
best thing they can hope for Is a against FSU and has a number end. There are plenty of good

couple of losses. I Suwannee hoopWhittled of other players ailing./ seats remaining on sale at the

That's not to wish Ara Par- Miami too. Is feeling a wave University athletic department
seghian and his Irish nor Bear of mishaps although the HurrIcanes { ticket office.Quecn.
Bryant and his Crimson Tide have come strong to win,
Gets StudyThe any bad luck mind you. It's their last four games to make
just that's the only way the their record ....1 this season. Empress

Razorbacks can gain the No. 1 DownBy Coach Charlie' Tate said Pat

Southeastern Conference may one day be able to come spot they've sought so long and Rates, defensive guard; Bernard Is Best FillyNEW
never achieved. Yalta, offensive guard.
with a true champion In basketball. I
up YORK (APMrs..
both have knees.
Irish bruised
Florida coach Norman Sloan president of the SEC cage Notre Dame's Fighting MS NISSEN top three grades are consider AI Psrrls of Cross City,who Frank Henry Carnegie Phlppt completed -
retained their No. 1 in the Seek another offensive
mentors' group returned Monday from a weekend meeting latest Associated Press spot Poll Assistant Sports Editor Class B, 70 and below Is Class led his team to a M-l record has a, sprained foot. Halfback guard a sweep of the Thoroughbred
with the news. and the loop crown, was the
Dissens I ion Association's2yearold
CROSS CITY Racing
36 of the 47 Fred also Is
gaining C.The
Monday
He said he appointed a committee to study possible meth- and unorganlzatlon were the smaller schools wanted only man nominated for the from Cassldy limping crowns today when
ods of fixing a schedule for the 1968 (7 season. The present irst-place ballots castIn main Ingredients here Monday to vote Lake Butler Cross City coaching award and was a linebacker a Irglnjury.Is Leroy Lewis, her Whentley Stable's QueenEmpress
Is to this and next with 11 SEC teams In all, Notre Dame collected unanimous selection recovering from
setup ran year night ss Suwannee Conference and Jasper out of the league i virus. I was named the top
In the
volved. 437 points the voting on coaches and principals gathered and retain the Suwannee name Cross City's outstanding fullback juvenile filly of the year.
The new look hinges on the ouster or resignation of To- basis of 10 for first nine for second for a league meeting. But this was ruled out by a roll Randy Corbin, was named Fine Backfield I Earlier, the TRA board of see

lane. The Green Wave Is expected to go on the carpet In while, eight Alabama for third retained and second so on When the smoke had cleared I call vote. the top back In a three way But there Is nothing wrong ectlnn comprised of 31 racing
I runoff with North Marion halfback with the 'Canes' backfield which
with six first-place votes and the state's oldest conference !McCall's Suggestion secretaries, had named Bold
features
Danny Sandlln and Lake quarterback Bob Biletnlkoff
.1I 385 points. was hacked down to no more i Coach Doyle McCall of Chief ILad the champion coiL I II
Butler quarterback Jimmy i brother of FSU's Fred;
than five teams In a move that
Each has a J-0 record with land came up with a suggestion Thomas. halfback Russell Smith and fullback )
i II one game to go Notre Dame left confusion In many a mind. In an effort to satisfy both North Marlon tackle Roger Pete Banauak. -i I .JJ.C.\MAY I

.cJOC: :l t lh I Jt ..1 against Southern California and Trenton,.Newberry, Branford, the smaller and larger schools. Wood was tabbed the outstanding Miami started off 1 I

Alabama against Auburn. Arkansas Greenville and Jennings officially He proposed dividing the con- lineman edging Jasper wrecked by scholastic vlrlual'I'I I I m wf
from the
resigned loop after
I 1 No. 3 is The Into and low
I $!ti., Ji"Y through. ference! an upper tackle! Harold Reid and Lake tat cost a h.IC-
__ + Porkers, who have a Cotton heated arguments from all er division with five Class B Butler guard Glenn Bramion. last spring. The "Canes lent to
Bowl date with Nebraska, sides.' schools In the upper and five FSU Georgia Tech and Call-II "'i Aeq
closed out their first perfect 10- North Marion and Willis ton Class B In the lower. ornla, tied Pittsburgh lost to
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January for scheduling only three SEC games next season ) season In 55 years with a 17-4! had been voted out of the conference His division called/ for Croas Bill Benz Indiana and then rebounded to Stone

In football when SEC rules demand six at a minimum.If tanking of Texas Tech. at an earlier meeting City Lake Butler J a s p e r, win from Detroit Tulane Boston Uh
Tulane quits or Is dropped, then a 10 team alignment Ten-0 is, of course as good as because of their growth. Chiefland and Mayo to be in 637Bill College and Vanderblll. 20' N.i.

will make possible a perfect round robin, Sloan said. you can do-and this Is a team Three For Sure the top five. Topples Early-season Injuries to Smith I"t It....
Home-and-home. This would Involve 18 conference games that hoped only to do as well as Lake Butler Cross City and He suggested that members and Banauak also held down
still leaving room for eight more outside the conference. it'. 5-5 record of the season be- Jasper were the only three then could play only teams in Bens led the Commercial the rebuilding Magic City team. J;.y au.UTI
ore-but it now would take two ;League at Palm Lanes Monday -
earns in the original 12 team their own division or from the' r
for Arkansas to night with a 637 series. He
major
upsets league to In. Chlcf- other If desired. ,
PlansSloan voting stay they
Outline
To
win it all. Both Notre Dame and rolled m-21:-200. Frank Palka
Alabama will be solid favorites and and Mayo were undecidedand The proposal was kicked I had a Ml on 170-114-247 with the : DRIVE-IN GROCERY
cautioned that this still Is conjecture. He also said In their final regular-season did not cast votes. around but not made Into the latter high game- '
SEC coaches would outline their schedule Ideas to his committee games.; The reason for splitting the form of a motion, and finally United Luquors had 1057-J78-I
which, in turn will present a report to go to the Notre Dame, Alabama and loop was the difference In en- lost In the shuffle without a vote 1011 3047 while Warren's MANAGER TRAINEES
athletic directors and presidentsThe latter group gives Arkansas remained unchangedin rollment/ of the schools which being taken. Duds had a 109 top tingle I

the final approval the 1-2-J rankings but the spanned from Trenton's 31 boys nAIl. Stars game. Womble's Standard Serv.Ice ,
There .have been many objections to the slate now to be rest of the nation's elite took a In the upper three grides to In earlier bunlness, the coaches bad 10BJ-I71 -M4-300J. WANTED
o"d. It makes some teams play others twice a year considerable shaking up. Cross City' M. voted to pick 27 players for Avis Letllch led the Riser's'
some only once. The balance of power Is the crux of the Oklahoma Lake Butler and Mayo have Office Equipment League with I'
Nebraska by
upset the all-conference team, Instead Mole, 25 to SO for monogor teem",. positions with
hasile. Some schools meet strong opponents, some meet 17-7. dropped from No. 4 to seventh 72 each Chlefland 71, and Jasper 'of the 44 chosen last year. a MJ at Palm Lanes. Trod 1 Ie Jeckion's Minis Meiketi. fold vocation and other
weaker ones. with Into 61. Schools which have between Feather had 472 and Helen
Michigan moving a trine benefit when qutMled. testes married men,
Sloan is heartily In favor of the home. and home round the fourth position. The Wolverines 71 and 150 boys In the The voting breakdown will be: Sliier 4SS. Mrs. Lelllch had a full time employment only. { ., fereiperlenced
Five votes for the champion
robin. "It's the. only true way to determine a champion" Ohio State 104 for the 210 58.00
upset ship team four for runnerup,, top game.Calculators ulttent ", .".,.,. a week
y he sail Big Ten title and a place In the GnlorsThird rolled/ an 1C9 series end for ..per'c' ed managers 100.00 per week,
three for second place In each
coach also laid officials from both the Atlantic I
3I The Gator Rose Bowl iVst and a (4) top game. Splits
I,r Coast and Southern Conference attended the meeting. SEC The Top Ten with first-place division two each for third and were made by Maryanna Rark- Apply In p.non to Mr. .I "d.",

(' officials discussed rules changes. The ACC and Southern votes in parentheses, and fourth place In bolt divisionsand ey, 5-10; Clnny Overly, 8-7. Mrs. Jackion'i Mlnit Market
In filth and sixth both
cage arbiters sat In because several of them are going to Mints: SEC Event one In Lelllch aim won the turkey for 1224 N.W. 14th Ave Gainesville

work within the SEC framework 1. Notre Dame (16)) 437 divisions. ,top series with handicap, a '47.//I
1 Alabama ((6)) 385 PINE MOUNTAIN Ga. (AP) Also on the agenda wss the
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3. Arkansas ((4)) 345 Mississippi State's Garry selection of coach, lIa 0 k and
Better Days Ahead
lineman of the I .. ..
., 4. Michigan ((1)) 315 myly has won the Southeastern year. ,, ,1

All In aQ, It would appear better days are ahead for 5. Tfi-,1 247 I Conference cross-country race -
SEC basketball Vanderbilt for example Is being taggedone .. Louisiana State 189 ,in 20.40.3 minutes. Team honors Wells Leads
of the nation's best in 1965 by everyone. 7. Nebraska 151 went to Auburn Vnlv ralty.
Sloan alas noted Wally Murray member of Florida's froth I. Oregon State 11I. 1 Auburn had 23 points in the On 618 Set EVERYTHING
team last year, was killed .In aa automobile accident last Ohio State 14 jur-mlle race at Callaway Car

weekend .la the midwest Murray did not rerun to the IT 10. Florida State M dens Monday while Mississippi James Wells of Advent Christian

this year.And Paul Morton, Gator eager Is passing out tate was in second place with Church had a 111 Monday I
cigars. His wife gave birth to a wa recently. Duo Shares 48 points. Florida was third with night In the Church League at OLD FASHIONED ABOUT
Don't get too shook but the first Gator cage contest Is 81 point and Kentucky finished Palm Lanei. He rolled 177- 227-

only a week from Wednesday night, Dec. 2, with Virginia fourth with M. 214. His 227 was top game.
Back Honors
Military.Can Close behind Smyly in Individual i

winter be far behind?__ statistics were Glenn Me. Other scores: OLD MOB 86
u JACKSONVILLE!: (AP) -Two Waters of Auburn, who finished Frank Martin, First Methodist

yardage grabbing quarterbacks In 20 44, and John Anderson of 147; Dick Guenther First
share Florida collegiate Backof Auburn who took third place Methodist, 131; R. P. Msthlton,
Tri-Champions the Week honors this week: with 20:45.Jerry: First Mehodlit, IS; Lloyd Kev
Steve Tensl of Florida State and White of Kentucky won ser, University Methodist 511;
Bob Biletmkott of Miami. the freshman event He finished Roy Bailey, First Baptist SI5;
Tensl sparked FSU's ftnt-ev- the 2'%.mile/ race In 1411.2. Leonard Myers Advent Christian ,
Ton Honor Squad tr victory over Florida, 16-7, Other Individual statistics: 112; and Horace Wells, Ad- 4

L .L riddling the nation's top-ranked Paul Belckle I l MississippiState vent Christian Sots
pass defense for 11 completions 20.47; David Bruce, An- Advent Christian No. 2 b.d11I"031
BRONSON Bronson Hawthorne Monday night at the Holiday In 22 throws for '190 Including
yards Wn 2\ 03; Garry Terrell, Ala- 1MJ-JOW with the
and Cedar Key, trlchampions' Motel
I 55-yard touchdown 21 08 Dan An- OU best Splits '""Im.d.
tuna, : ; Storey, game.
In. Rlverland Conference Bronson placed four boys
throw to Fred Biletnlkoff/ older
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stirs 21 OIl; Gordon Kraker by Bob Caldwell First
six-man football dominated -Bill Schossler Horace and
brother of the Miami
the all conference team Morris Moody and Lester Jordan quarterback Auburn 21:14; Mike Di (.lns, Methodist 4-10; Jim Rockier
Mississippi State, 21:20; Dieter First Methodist 1-7; and Aren- liT
chosen at a league meetingf on the honor squad. Hawthorne Bob Bileuukoff continued to
Gebhard. Florida 21:2111.: del Rawts Advent Christian 5-7 j
landed! George and !)on. break George Mira's sophomore nr
aid Cilland and Larry Reeves. _
records in Miami's fourth
Gustafson Cedar Key placed George Hath- straight triumph, 0-17 over:
cox, Jerry Beckbam and Ronnie :1 MR. BUSINESSMAN!
anderbllt. H. ran II times for t .T
Speaker For Brown. 111 yards, a U average, and -
I The other two places went to three touchdowns. He
completed I for
Looking
QB Club Meet Jim Ford of Melrote and Ronnie 10 of 21 pastes for M yards I

Puckett of Taylor High of and another touchdown, giving
Andy Gustafson Miami athletic PlersoaHonorable him 213 yards of total offense Profit Increases? ti
director will be the speaker mention was accorded -la the game. '
tonight for the weekly I Steve Bird and Johnny Bob scored three touchdowns
CUb Griffin. Bronson Andy Fults Him's w ee., _. As a ....._ tree'. e..d .... e -
Gainesville Quarterback ;
IAJIdmr In three minutes and 14 seconds, .._. --- riv eos po Mew enw ee ....... ......
meeting. The event win start at,' BlackweQ and Wayne be lived to be an all-lime NCAA .+. ........... w L.ew.ee I......... Wbb, see esmtN.een
6.:30 pm. at the Golf and County Allison Hawthorne; J .111 ay record. H. ran or passed for aO bws..s r.... e..l r..n! gee bees _.oee ..... ees
Club. I Stevens, Cedar Key; E. J. BeckCanon Miami's touchdowns ... b..dw1..she. pew.ea.yi.e.w.N .e
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except one .e.bo .e ; IkMs ..tN. .....Mar" L.igd.4 eve .e..N..
Gustafson retired last season ; Johntry and Troy Me- and his 31-yard run set up that ".. t.i..ee eel ........ eve tae.n.e.e. TAw's, :
liter an Illustrious coaeklag I ,Guire, Melrow sad Bobby one. .. ..........
Career at Miami and took overlie Wilson, Taylor. The younger Biletiukofl/ broke i .f y .
: reins of athletic director John Rutledge/ Bresien Mira's Miami sophomore records KIRKPATRICK & EDMONSON

He Is expected to reminisce coach, was chosen coach of the by pushing I totaWTmeyardage Insurant, 'Inc.
m his years ta the football profession year. to U3J and his patecompletion % ,
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ar's Next loop meeting win be
and discuss this y e on total la 71
Hurricane squad. !I Jaa. 11, when basketball details

Coach Kay Grave wtQ sum will be arranged for the
up t the Florida Stab game and I annual tournament The meet. REMEMBER f NS.GRIDIRON ,
there win be a scouting report ing wm be ta MelroM.
ea the Miami contest 'I Trophies wO go to Bronson GREENBACKS

Films .the rSU game win Hawthorn and Cedar Key tar
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I I I r Ken Boyer MVP in ,NL' J JBy


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CHARLES MCGILUCUDDY addition to Musial (1943, 194 consistent. His .%& 1964 battlnj r r
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I /itIt Right Associated Press Sports Writer and 1948)), other Cardinals honored I' average was Just .001 below his
BOSTON (AP) Third baseman In the past were Frank!'e lifetime mark of .296. For thi
Ken Boyer, who sparkedthe Frisch (1931), Dizzy Deal n past four years, he has hit ex
On the Button St. Louis Cardinals to the ((1934)), Joe Medwlck ((1937)), achy 24 home runs In each year,
; National League pennant and a Mort Cooper (1942)) and Mart;y( Since 1857, he has driven In al t
victory in the World Series, Marlon (1944)). least N runs each season.
was named today the National Boyer first heard the word ol
Thank you,Santa Fe and P. K. Yonge. Fine Year from
v I League'a Most Valuble Playerfor his selection on his return
.. You cooperated extremely well In your football battle last 1964. I The spectacular fielding Boyer a hunting trip to Hermon Mo.,,
Friday night In fact you ended 10 long weeks of frustration 1 1a The oldest of the famed brothers also had a fine year with thi.e about 100 miles from his St
,
I with the sweet reward of .ucce8l.I bat. He led the major leagues li t Louis home. Convinced the
I Success for the writer wbo picked the outcome right on the # t ow : s victor.from He Missouri was named was first an on easy 14 runs batted In with 119, beltei d I MVP choice wouldn't be ag n- -p
wound seven point for 24 home runs and was amen I '
button. The lesson-ending game up of the 20 ballots cast by the se nounced until later in the week,
for p K. which was Just the way the league leaders in triple;s
Santa Fe and all Yonge lection committee of the Base- Boyer thought at first the off
with II. In all, he accounted foi r
I pegged
ball Writers Association of clal notification was a gag. (
wilted under the deluge of 219 Cardinal runs, scoring 100 fa, -
has
.- Well now that my back I America. Boyer said he was fortunateto ,,
'- reveal the It was .711 with It go with the 111 RBI. i .
pats, let's season percentage. Beyer's selection gave third have played on a team when ,v
I
-:- right 30 wrong and six ties Last week'i 1 -1.1 mark boosted basemen i sweep of the MVP Recognition was I long tim)! so many men had such good

It np lightly. ; awards. Brooks Robinson of the coming for the infielder who ha e I years, "guys like White, Groat
Only two regular season games and possibly three bowls Baltimore Orioles was namedthe been with the Cardinals since! and Gibson. The good years .
ire left for the Area elevens. ,+rfi .xP10r e a American League winner]1955. those boys had meant I could KEN BOYER
.=. Gainesville hosts Choctawhatchee Friday night and Starke r. fir.n i last week. At bat, he has been amazing! I [win the award" best in National League
for their regular season -
entertains Macclenny Wednesday night Boyer drew a total of 243

._'_ The finals.bowl picture still b Incomplete .but here Is how It points, with ballots counted on Three RepeatOn
first
I the basis of 10 points for Miss. StaSights te Has
_'
stands now: place, nine for second, eight for
Lake Butler vs. Baldwin Friday night In the Potato BowlIn
third, etc. He drew 56 points
Hastings, Williston vs. Oviedo In the Rainbow Bowl In Coaches'AllAmerica
4 and Gainesville The Palm Beach-Forest SPAHN SHOWS FORM TO YOGI more than runner-up Johnny
Dunnellon Dec vi.
Hills victor In Ocala's Sunshine Bowl Dec. 4. .Baseball vela join forces on Mels.AP Callison, the outfield Phillies star who of had the on i Rebels
( Wlrtpiwt* X Kit Sim) Philadelphia ,
'" Pinches Bowl, ceasing
In
Complications came up Perry's 187 points.
.- It to be called off this year. pC. Yonge was scheduled
-- to meet Perry Wednesday night, but Perry was ruled out because Mets Sign Spahn White Third By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS fensive assignments," said Bryant NEW YORK (Ali) Dick
of I probation. Boyer's teammate, first baseman Mississippi State has opened Butkus of Illinois, Gale Sayersof
I Perry was placed on probation after I fight broke out In Bill White, was third with! preparations for its Dec. i nationally Louisiana State Coach Charles Kansas and Rick Redman of
Its game with Live Oak during the sesson. 106-/4 points. televised, season-ending McClendon virtually gave his I Washington are repeaters on the
The Area's top two teams, Cross City and North Marlon, As Player-Coach Boyer is the first member of football game with Mississippi Sugar Bowl-bound Tigers the American Football Coaches Association -
""., 'will bypass the bowls. The ,Bears passed up three Invlta- the St. Louis Cardinals to win at Oxford. day off. All-Star team.
;! ,**_ tlons because of an early basketball schedule, and the Colts since Stan MusIal In 194S, the The Maroons took a week of In Nashville, Vanderbilt Coach. Butkus, the Illini's center and
:I ...T.. couldn't come to terms on a couple offers. By BEN OLAN "wss to take his regular turn asa last of three such honors for the rest !from praclce after losingto Jack Green told his players that linebacker, Jayhawk halfback
.'. Associated Press Sports Writer pitcher." Cardinal great Boyer also is Louisiana State In Baton elimination of kicking ml.takell Sayers and Redman a standout
-10..rt.A Look Back NEW YORK (AP) "I wantto The Hartshorne, Okla, resident the first third baseman to be Rouge 1441 a week ago would be a big boost in efforts guard for the Huskies, were
win 400 games," Warren also holds the major league selected In the NL since Bob Coach Paul Davis'.ent the to beat cross-state rival Tennessee first-team selections last year.
Spahn, the newest New York Elliott of Boston In 1947. In fact, Maroons through a 90-mlnute
records for most in the aeason finale Satur-
Now let's look back at the season's highlights: o-vlctory seasons This year's first team, se-
'
drill In sweat clothes Monday.
,
:;;I TEN WEEKS ago Cross City had to make I decision about Met and baseball's oldest active 13; most strikeouts by a sacker Elliott was picked the for only the other award.third Elsewhere in the Southeastern day. lected by 512 coaches and released

playing football this season. There were only 12 players on player, said today. left-hander, 2,493; most years The 1N13! MVP Conference Alabama rehearsed Punting and place kickingwere Monday by TV Guide
=.. the squad, showing a definite lack of enthusiasm. The Mets purchased the 43- leading league In games won, 8 Koufsx of the was Sandy whose its game plans for Auburn, and stressed at Georgia's prac magazine, Includes two quarter
Dodgers
So Coach Al Parris had the student body vote on whether year-old pitcher from Milwaukee and most years leading leagueIn 1964 Coach Paul Bryant noted his tice. And Coach Vince Dooley backs, Bob Berry of Oregon and
*""" to play or drop the sport for the year. The vote of "yea" Monday In a move to complete games, 0. He spent Injuries.season A was cut ,short Xoufax by Crimson Tlders were a little had i word of warning for his Craig Morton of CallCornia.Oregon's .
year ago
turned out rosy red. strengthen their pitching and 20 seasons with the Braves. received 237 His total sluggish "mentally and physically. Bulldogs: Len Casanoa, president
points.
The Bears ran up a 10-1! record and won the Suwannee coaching staffs and push their The Mets last season had a this 7K for 17th ." "Georgia Tech's defensive lineII of the association, said the
'<,. Conference championship. And wouldn't It have been a shame attendance closer to"" the two- !total attendance of 1,732,597 In The year 1963 wis place.Dick This was "particularly on of- a very good one and a big coaches decided Berry and Mor
If fullback Randy.Corbln had not been able to play his senior million mark. Shea Stadium, out-drawing the Croat of St. Louis runner-up, did not receive one. It will probably outweighour ton should share the position
.' season? Spahn, who holds the major rival Yankees by 427,000. Their mention this defensive line by better than because the voting was so close
WILUSTON pulled the surprise of the season with! a fine league record of 35t victories bya figure was topped In the majors Boyer a 33, Is the year ninth'SI.. Jones Leads IS pounds per man; we will I Other first-team nominees!
63.2 record. It was quite a comeback from last year's dismal southpaw, will also serve as a only by the Los Angeles Louis player to receive the MVP need to be at our very best for were ends Jack Snow, Notre

1-71 record pitching coach. In that capacityhe I'' ers, who drew DoeIi.1 award since the BBWA took Set this game." Dame, and Larry Elkins, Bay
NORTH MARION had two backs who rushed for more than succeeds Mel Harder, who home. lover the balloting In 1931. In On 595 Georgia plays Tech Saturday lor; tackles Larry Kramer, Nebraska
1,000 yards each-Danny Sandlin and Robert Stone. caught on with the Chicago 1 Tulane, meantime brushed up and Ralph' Neely, Okra
GAINESVILLE quarterback Jackie Eckdahl emerged is I Cuba earlier this month. I 1 Frank Jones of Diet I Kite on Duke offensive and defensive 'horns; guard Glen Ressler
Z: :: super star In his junior.season, surpassing advance notices. : "The greatest Job In baseball Cola topped the Sunday Mixed formations In s light workout. Penn State; halfback Larry Du
T His left-handed passes were a thing of beauty. I is being a starting pitcher and Notre DaPerfect me Eyes League at Palm Lanes with I Tulane will close Its! season pree, Florida, and fullback Ton
SANTA FE'S Doyle Sikes was a bright liar both on the that's what I expect to be next I. 595. He rolled 193-178-224. Ralph against Duke Saturday night. Nowatzke, 'ndiana.
.":=. line and In the backfield, which should definitely be classed year," Spahn said. He had a 6- Davis, Dixie Minlt No. 1, had The Tennessee Vols stressed t
as a rarity. He was .the top defender as a tackle and the 13 record with only four com 582; Gene Brownsword, Combs punt coverage. A leg Injury' m practice thl
"**. second leading rusher as a halfback. plete games In 27 starts last SBy easonIn Lumber, 515; and Rich Stolar- The Auburn Tigers worked out fall stopped Chicago Bear cen
+_ LAKE BUTLER had an outstanding brother team of quarterback season ski, Knott's Bar, 515. under the lights for about 30 tor Mike Pyle. He had played
Jimmy Thomas and halfback Tommy. :They' ,clicked Edna Jones, Diet-Rite I Cola, minutes preparing for their,In 44 straight National F 000
as a passing combination throughout the season Needs Regular Work THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I the Rose Bowl New Year's paced the women with 183-193- Thanksgiving Day clash with ball League games until the In
STARKE'S rugged defense allowed only nine points In !the "I wasn't pitching enough last Notre Dame, the country's Day 17S-551. Pat Browns word, undefeated Alabama. jury. _
first seven games, six to Jacksonville Bishop Kenny and threeto year," he added. "I have to top-ranked college football 'The unbeaten, untied Irish go Combs, had 458 and Evelyn
Live Oak. work regularly to be effective. I team, may not play In i bowl, after their 10th straight victory Todaro, Speak Easy, 445.
LINCOLN lost Its only two games In two weeks, In a mat- told Johnny McHale and Bobby but the Fighting Irish probablywill Saturday against Southern California Jones and Davis had 224 high StottlcmyrcBest Have you trieda
ter of seconds and by i total of only eight points. The Terriers Bragan that I wanted to go decide Mlchlgaii opponent In Los Angeles. The Trojans games while Diet-Rite rolled I I
dropped a 14-12 decision to Tallahassee FAMU when somewhere else if I didn't fit are tied with Oregon State 2392 series and an lIt best in ERA KingEdward
Z: the clock ran out with them on the one-foot line, and Talla- Into their plans. I for the lead In the Pacific Ath- game. Splits were made b 1
hassee Lincoln acored with only 24 seconds left In the game McHale Is Milwaukee's presi WittenbergWins letlc Conference, but the PAC Davis, 4-10 and 510. I ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) -
for a 8-0 victory.Basketball. dent. Bragan Is the Braves' Small faculty advisors announced Turkeys went to Frank and Mel Stottlemyre, the young yet ?
manager."I Monday they would defer their Edna Jones and to Edna Davis right-hander who moved up
am sound physically," College Poll vote until after the Notre Dame- for low game and Joyce Mas- from Richmond and helped lead
Approaches
pahn said, "and I'd like nothing Southern Cal game. [sengill for second low game. the New York Yankees to a pen.

Basketball Is Just around the corner, so I'm already peer. better than to make the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Inference Is 'that If the Bob Brown topped the Moose nant, won the InternationalLeague's
log Into the crystal ball: Look for Trenton and Lake Butler comeback of the year as a Wittenberg's Tigers, who finished Trojans upset Notre Dame or Mixed with 579 on 170-210-199 earned-run title last
to be the class of the Area excluding Class AA Gainesville. pitcher n Holtoo back for from middle to old In might be selected over Oregon AI Ennis 527. Gay Arnold led showed today.Stottlemyre.
Trenton his rugged 8-8 center Browning go age age ago, clinched their claim to the
-= another year, along with 8-2 forward Danny Wilson. BrownIng one year. My aim Is still to win nation's No 1 small-college State for the Rose Bowl. Southern the women with 49!< and Esther I Compiled a 142
.......:: averaged more than 24 points per game last season and 400 games." football ranking today In The Cal and Oregon State both Van Leer had 477. ERA In 30 games before being
a unlnlmous All-Area selccton. The purchase prlre and Associated Press' final poll of are 1-1 In conference play while Team No. 3 had an 1S55 series :called up by the Yankees early
Thomas back over-all Oregon Slate Is ..] and and a 653 best game.Brown's In August.
Like Butler will have guard Jimmy for his Spahn'S salary with the Mets the sea son.
final season and will get support from 1-. velersa forward were not disclosed It was believed The Springfield Ohio the Trojans M. I 210 was best single. A. I Bruce Brubaker of the Syracuse rs .sepal *.IMn|
team
,J. Green made the 5-10 Chiefs second with .. the wort*.
split. M
and transfer Wade The postponement of the PAC was 4 m
.3 center Thomas
Larry Clyatl Rusty however, that he cost the which has led since the first poll I
Turkeys 263.
scored more than IS points per game last season and was Mets no more than 125 000.. His of the season, finished with in team selection was the main Brown went to Mrs. Van -=
Leer -
Mrs. Arnold
named to the All-Area news Monday, bowl-wise al- and
squad.
estimated salary with the< 1-0 record, gained six of the 14 Roberts.
Gainesville will have one of Its shortest teams In history, though West Virginia announcedIt
Braves last season. was around first-place votes cast and fin-
t with 8-1 center Carl Johnson the tallest man. Johnson was a $85.000. ished with II had accepted an Invitation to BUY RESERVEDSEATS
't guard last season but was switched to the pivot because of "The most Important thing he the basis a of total 10 for of 114 first pointson nine play In the Dec. 19 Liberty Bowl I New Manager :i t
the lack of height. at Atlantic City, N.J., In the
But good shooting, fast breaking and team work may he wanted: Mets', .said general George manager Weiss,,, I 10 for on.I second. eight for third and first major bowl' game to be NEW YORK (AP) Warren NOW!

keep Hurricanes In contention for AA l Laurels. I played Indoors.No !(Sheriff) Robinson, 43, a bullpen
Forward Boyd Welsch, guard Bill Bow and Johnson will The Top Ten, with first-place ( opponent was named for coach the last two years with Buy your reserved tickets In advance for this final
.. have to tike up the slack left by the departure of 8-S aces Rattlers GetGramhling votes In parenthesis, and total ,the Mountaineers although the New York Mets was named CHS garnet Save time save snoneyl
Terry Nutt and Mike Hartman. In points Comer Jones, Oklahoma coach manager of their Buffalo N.Y.,
1. Wittenberg ((6)) 114 said the Sooners had been con farm club In the International
Bowl Battle t Prairie View Ill I tacted. League Monday. He succeeds

Blind Charley Boswell 3. Los Angeles St. (2)) 17 George (Whitey) Kurowski.IRONWOOD Ci '

MIAMI (AP-FIortda A and 4. Louisiana Tech .19 Dallas Cowboy defensive back,
t M and Grambllng College of S. San Diego St. 17 Mel Renfro Is one of the fastest
. Named ,to Silver AA Team Louisiana, two outstanding Negro .. Minn. Concordla ((1)) 15 developing rookies in the National I GOLF CLUB $

teams, will meet Dec. S In 7.' Massachusetts (1 44 Football League i a y s
BIRMINGHAM Ala. (AP) Is comprised of former college the Orange Blossom classic for ? East. Carolina 1)) 39 Coach Tom Landry. Renfroalso OPINING NOV. 23th HURRICANESFINAL
"This Is one of the nicest things football players who have made the second time. t. Florida AiM 23' Is a kkkoff return specialist N.W. 39th Ave.Mbwlia I
t that ever happened to me," was outstanding contributions In life "This Is the best possible opponent 110. Sam Houston ((1) 8 A..j" "

blind golfer Charley Boswell's during the 23 years after gradu ,' AIM athletic director HOME GAME ATCITIZEN'S
reaction to being named to ation. Jack Gaither said In announcing ,
Sports! Illustrated Silver Anniversary Boswell played on the 1937, < the lilt I c lloa i Monday. FIELD
f. All-America. 1931 and 1939 University of Alabama -"Grambllng's got only one loss,
: A "I'm thrilled to death," the football teams. He was to Prairie View 22-14, but PraIrie 8 P. M. FRIDAY
Birmingham Insurance executive blinded by a German shell In View Is on probation with NO V,27
. 'ild.The saving a fellow soldier In the the NCAA and can't play." I
Silver Anniversary squad Battle of the Bulge.
After losing his sight Boswell See Page 2 GHS vs.CHOCTAWHATCHEE.
concentrated on golf. He became -I
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Champiopship seven times and
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- DEAR ABBY: I am a high school teacher to you knowI umber see to make the beat of It with Number Twe became ELOPED OFF STARTED SUPPER .6ITS ON TH'TABLE.pnTe 1--J

am at least is intelligent ai the average person, but that's what you Intend to do. W ANT 6or HITCHED ; C
when I received my sample ballot, I had gnat difficulty LAST NIGHT?
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understanding it. The language is so confusing that I actu- DEAR ABBY: I read about tome of the ridiculous wedding -
-- __ ally had to read it four times before I knew whether my customs sent to you from readers. Kidnapping the bride, = (.so'rA /
YES or NO would mean what I wanted It to mean. For filling her shoes with money etc. The one I think takes the < 4IIt4
instance, In Proposition IS, which (In Calif.) la the issue dealing cake Is when the wedding guests keep hitting their water
with whether or not we want paid television, if we vote glasses with silverware until the bride and groom give them a i I,
YES, it means, "No, we don't want Il" If we vote. NO a demonstration of a long, passionate kiss. I am going to be ...
it means, "Yes, we DO want it." Is it necessary to word' married soon and I do not care to put en this kind of performance -
the propositions so that most people vote exactly the opposite In front of a bunch of gawking half tipsy spec
of how they intend to vote? tators. I have considered kissing the matron of honor as a
JUST STUPID, I GUESS means of sobering up the sightseers. Have you a better suggestion
DEAR JUST NO! ?
0 0 IN LOVE BUT NOT INSANE! ... IVTMYSR4CEw QY7fl'M74LDY hp45TA4Dt5'J1eRpS77 )<7t4R CMOKS t mrvI
DEAR ABBY: I am married to a wonderful man. He is DEAR IN LOVE:' Yes. If yea really want to sobcr'em up, MNR,4 / M4/DSr THOSE Tkt7NNfCNGWE
my second husband. I ran Into my first husband, who Is also kits the best mID I t 'iE lo' TO L3 L/ Jut
and he he still loves and he 0 0 0 MAH ANNOOALr.r -
married again, tells me me LADE HAWKINS \ iSPOKEM!
KNOWS that one.day we will be together/ again. What does DEAR ABBY: Thank you for your wonderful answer to r DAY PRE-DICKSNUO ,
this mean? Now I can't think straight. We were divorcedfor "UNENLIGHTENED" that teenager who had Just learn- (Il CLE MAN MOSS:rw
five years. I thought I loved my second husband until ed that her parents hadn't been married quite long enough
this happened. Do you think we could be married to the when she was born. You have answered a question I have ) ,1
wrong people? I need advice. 'wanted answered for four years. Our first was born early as a ,
CONFUSED our marriage was late. I've felt guilty and ashamed ever s / ZT V
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DEAR CONFUSED: It sounds to me ai though your first since, and worried so for fear the child would find out aboutIt
husband has had second thoughts about his second wife.I later. You have helped me a lot. I feel like a weight has at.
Leave well enough alone. If yon "thought" yon loved your been lifted off my shoulders. Thank you.

present husband, keep right on loving Mm, and tell "RELIEVED" ,
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Hit It RightOn By CHARLES MCdLUODDY' addition to Musial (1943, 19 48 consistent.. His .295 1964 batting
j Associated Press Sports Writer and 1948)), other Cardinals honored average was just .001 below his
BOSTON (AP) -' Third base- in the past were Frankie lifetime mark of .296. For the

the Button man Ken Boyer, who sparked Frisch (1J31), Dizzy Dean [past four years, he has hit exactly i
the St. Louie Cardinals to the ((1934)), Joe Medwlck (1937)), 24 home runs in each year. i
National League pennant and a ,Mort Cooper (1942)) and Marty Since 1957, he has driven in at
i 1 1i I victory in the World Series. !Marion ((1944). least M runs each season.

i Thank you, Santa P. and P. K. Yonge. was named today the National Floe Year Boyer first heard the word of i
You cooperated extremely well In your football battle last !League's Most Valuble Player The his selection on his return from

Friday night. In fact you ended 10 long weeks of fnutratloa Jlfor 1964. I... ..1.t.A spectacular_. fk.... "fielding 6U _...........Boy-......_ a hunting trip to Hermon, Mo.,
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The oldest of the famed brothI I
with the sweet reward of iticcesj. bat He led about 100 miles from his St.
the major leagues in
Success for the writer who picked the outcome right on the I [era from Missouri was an easy batted Louis home. Convinced the
runs in with
-: 'button. The season.ending game wound up seven points for i victor. He was named first on 14 24 home and 119, belted MVP choice wouldn't be an-
Santa Fa and six for P. K. Yonge which was just the way I of the 20 ballots cast by the selection the league runs leaders was in among nounced until later in the week,

I pegged It committee of the Base- with 11 In all he triples Boyer thought at first the official !
accounted for
"- Well now that my, back kai wilted under the deluge of ball Writers Association of 219 Cardinal notification was a gag.
i pate, let'. reveal the season percentage. It was .711 with 11 |America. with the Hi runs RBI., scoring 100 togo Boyer said he was fortunateto 1,
right, 30 wrong and six tlei. Last week't It-l-l mark boosted Boyer's selection gave third have played on a team whenso .
II up illghtly. basemen a sweep of the MVP Recognition/ was a long time many men had such good

*' Only two regular season games and possibly three bowlsare awards. Brooks Robinson of the coming for the Infielder who has years, "guys like White, Groat ,
left for the Area elevens. Baltimore Orioles was named been with the Cardinals since and Gibson. The good years ..

.::, Gainesville! hosts Choctawhatchee Friday night and Starke the American League winner] 1955. those boys had meant I could KEN BOYER
entertains Macclenny Wednesday night for their regular season last week. AI bat, he has been amazingly win the award." i, best in National League

,_. final Boyer drew a total of 243
; The bowl! picture still b Incomplete, but here Is how It points, with ballots counted on
_' stands now: the basis of 10 points for first Miss. State Has Three RepeatOn
Lake Butler rs. Baldwin Friday night In the Potato BowlIn place, nine for second, eight for
Hastings/ Williston vs. Oviedo In the Rainbow Bowl In third, etc. He drew M points
Dunnellon Dec. 4, and Gainesville vs. The Palm Beach-Forest SPAHN SHOWS FORM TO YOGI more than runner-up Johnny Coaches'

Hills victor In Ocala'a Sunshine Bowl Dec. 4. .Baseball vets join forces on Met*. Callison, the outfield star of the Sights Rebels
Complications cam op In Perry's Plnetree Bowl canting (AP WlrtptMti to Mi. tun, ) Philadelphia Phillies, who had on
It to be called off this year P. K. Yonge was scheduled 187 points. I All-America

-. to meet Perry Wednesday Bight, but Perry was ruled out because Mets
THE ASSOCIATED "
Sign Spahn White Third By PRESS Ifenslve assignments, said Brylant -
NEW Al5)
of a probation. Boyer's teammate, first base Mississippi State has opened YORK ( ) Dick
Perry was placed on probation after a fight broke out In Butkus of Illinois, Gale Sayers
man Bill White, was third with preparations for its Dec. S nationally -
Louisiana
State Coach Charles
Its game with Live Oak during the season. 10W televised of Kansas and Rick Redman of
points. season-ending
The Area's top two teams Cross City and North Marion As Player-Coach Boyer Is the first member of football game with Mississippi' McClendon virtually gave his Washington are repeaters on thee
:1wlil the bowls. The three Invlta- Sugar Bowl-bound Tigers th American
bypass Bears Football Coaches
passed up ... the St. Louis Cardinals to win at Oxford. day .,rein .__'.11__ .II ..... 'u As-
( j. tlons because of an early basketball schedule, and the Colts since Stan Musial In 1948 the The Maroons took a week of """ -.aUUII Au-oiar ream.Butkus .

r .... couldn't come to terms on a couple of offers. By BEN OLAN "was to take his regular turn as last of three such honors for the rest from praclce after losing' Nashville, Vanderbilt Coach the mini's center and
I Associated Prose Sports Writer a pitcher." Cardinal great. Boyer also Is to Louisiana State In Baton Jack Green told his players that linebacker, Jayhawk halfback

; -A Look Back NEW YORK (AP) "I want The Hartshorne, Okla., real- the first third baseman to be Rouge 14-0 a week ago. elimination of kicking mistakes Sayers and Redman, a standout
to win 400 games," Warren dent also holds the major league selected in the NL since Bob Coach Paul Davis sent the would be a big boost in efforts guard for the Huskies, were

'"'Pt Now, let's look back at the season's highlights: Spahn the newest New York records for most 20-vlctory sea Elliott of Boston In 1947. In fact, Maroons through a 90-minute to beat in cross-state rival Tennessee first-team. selections last year

-:}! TEN WEEKS ago Cross City had to make a decision about Met and baseball's oldest active' sons, 13; most strikeouts by a Elliott was the only other thirdsacker drill In sweat clothes Monday. the season finale Satur- This' year' first team selected

-to} playing football this season. There were only 12 players on player, said today. left-hander, 2,493; most years picked for the award. Elsewhere In the Southeastern day.Punting by 512 coaches and released
=.. the squad showing a definite lack of enthusiasm. The Mets purchased the 43- leading league in games won, I The 1963 MVP was Sandy Conference, Alabama rehearsed / and place kickingwere Monday by TV Guide
So Coach Al Parris had the student body vote on whether year- ]d pitcher from Milwaukee and most years leading league Koufax of the Dodgers, whose its game plans for Auburn, and stressed at Georgia's practice. magazine Includes two quarterbacks
to play or drop the sport for the year. The vote of "yes" Monday In a move to in complete games, t. He I 1964 season was cut short by Coach Paul Bryant noted his And Coach Vince Dooley Bob Berry of Oregon and
turned out rosy red. strengthen their pitching and 20 seasons with the Braves.spent injuries A year ago, Koufax Crimson Tlders were a little had a word of warning for his Craig Morton of California.

The Bears ran up a 90-1 record and won the Suwannee coaching staffs and push their The Mets last season had received 237 points. His total sluggish-"mentally and physi Bulldogs: I Oregon's Len Casanoa, president .
.. Conference championship. And wouldn't It have been a shame attendance closer to ,the two- total attendance of 1,732,597 In a this year was 74 for 17th place. cally." "Georgia Tech's defensive line of the association, said the
If fullback Randy Corbin had not been able to play his senior million mark. Shea Stadium The 1963 runner.tip. Dick This was "particularly on of-,is a very good one and a big,coaches decided BerrY and Mnr.
,
season? Spahn who holds the major rival Yankees by out-drawing the Groat of St. Louis did not re- one. It will probably outweigh ton should share the position
WILLJSTON pulled the surprise of the season with a fins league record of 356 victories bya figure was 427,000.In majors Their ceive a mention this year. our defensive line by better than because the voting was so close
topped the
6-2-2 record. It was quite a comeback from last year's dismal southpaw, will also serve as a only by the Los Boyer 33, is the ninth St Jones Leads 13 pounds per man; we will Other first-team nominee!
1.7-1 record < pitching coach. In that capacityhe Angeles Dodgers Louis player to receive the MVP need to be at our very best for were ends Jack Snow Notre
NORTH MARION had two backs who rushed for more than succeeds Mel Harder, who who drew 2,228,754 at i award since the BBWA took On 595 Set i this game." Dame, and Larry Elkins, Bay

1,000 yards each-Danny Sandlln and Robert Stone. caught on with the Chicago I'over the balloting in 1931._In Georgia plays Tech Saturday. lor; tackles Larry Kramer, Nebraska
GAINESVILLE quarterback Jackie Eckdahl emerged as a Cubs earlier this month. Tulane, meantime, brushed up and Ralph Neely, Oklahoma !
::. super star In his junior, season, surpassing advance notices "The greatest job in baseballis home.Notre Cola Frank Jones of Die Rite [on Duke offensive and defensive ; guard Glen Messier

= His left-handed passes were a thing of beauty. being a starting pitcher and DajPerfect topped the Sunday Mixed formations In a light workout.(Perm State: halfback Larry Du
SANTA FE'S Doyle Slkes was a bright star both on the that's what I to be *me Eyes League at Palm Lanes with a Tulane will close its season pree, Florida and fullback Tom
expect next
::::. .line and In the backfield, which should definitely be classed 595. He rolled 193-178-224 Ralph against Duke Saturday night. Nowatzke Indiana.A .
Spahn said. He had .
year a Davis Dixie Minlt
No. 1
had
as a rarity, He was the top defender as a tackle and the 13 record with The Tennessee Vela stressed!I I
only four complete 582; Gene Brownsword, Combs
/ S punt coverage. leg Injury In practice thL
brother'team of quay games in 27 starts last 2ason Lumber 515; and Rich Stolarski I The Auburn Tigers worked out fall stopped Chicago Bear ceittor

terback Jimmy Thomas and halfback Tommy. :They clicked season Knott's Bar, 515. under the lights for about 30 Mike Pyle. He had playei

as a passing/ combination throughout the season Needs Regular Work By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In the Rosa Bowl New Year' paced Edna the Jones, Dlet-R 1 It. Cola, 'minutes preparing for their In 44 straight National F 001
STARKE'S rugged defense allowed only nine points In the "I wasn't pitching enough last Notre Dame, the country's/I Day. 175-551. Pat women with 183-193- Thanksgiving Day clash with ball League games until the In-
first seven games, six to Jacksonville Bishop Kenny and threeto vear." he added. "I have to top-ranked college football Brownsword, undefeated Alabama. I jury.
::The" unbeaten, untied Irish Combs, had 458 and
Live Oak. {'work regularly to be effective. 1 team, may not play In a bowl,' goaiter Evelyn
LINCOLN lost Its only two games In two weeks, In a mat told Johnny McHale and Bobby but the Fighting Irish probably I melt 10th straight vlctorj I Todaro, Speak Easy, 445.
ter of seconds and by total of will decide Saturday against Southern Cali, Jones and Davis had 224 high I StolllemyreBest Have trieda
a only eight points. The Terriers Bragan that I wanted to go Michigan's opponent fornia In Los while I you
T Angeles The Tro games Diet-Rite rolled a
dropped a IH2 decision Tallahassee
to FAMU when
somewhere else if
I didn't fit
jans are tied with Oregon State 2392 series and an 814 best I in ERA KingEdward
r the clock ran out with them on the one-foot line, and Tallahassee Into their plans"
for the lead In the Pacific Ails|game. Splits were made b
Lincoln scored with Wittenberg y
only 24 seconds left In the
game McHale is Milwaukee's
press letlc
for a 6-0 victory.Basketball. Conference, but the PAC Davis, 4-10 and 510. ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) -
dent. Bragan is the Braves' Wins Small faculty advisors announced Turkeys went to Frank and Mel Stottlemyre, the young yet ?
manager Monday they would defer their Edna Jones and to Edna Davis right-hander who moved
Approaches "I am sound physically," College PollBy vote until after the Notre Dame- for low game and Joyce Mas'from Richmond and helped lead up

Spahn said, "and I'd like noth- Southern Cal game. sengill for second low game. the New York Yankees to a
Basketball Is just around the corner, so I'm already peerIng ing better than to make the TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS i The Inference 11'that If the Bob Brown topped the Moose won the International pennant -

Into the crystal ball: Look for Trenton and Lake Butlerto comeback of the year as a Wittenberg's Tigers, who finIshed Trojans upset Notre Dame or Mixed with 579 on League' earned-run title lasts
be the class of the Area, excluding Class AA Gainesville. pitcher next season. You don't ( their season two weeks make a good showing they|Courtnay Roberts 170.210.199'1 s a t o n, official averages
? Trenton has rugged 6-S center Holton Browning back for go from middle age to old age In ago clinched their claim to the might be selected over Oregon AI Ennis 527. Gay Arnold led showed today.Stotllemyre.
another year, along with 6-2 forward Danny Wilson. BrownIng one year My aim is still to win nation's/ No. 1 small-college State for the Rose Bowl. Southern : the women with 496 and Esther compiled a 142
averaged more than 24 points per game last season anda 400 games." football ranking today in The Cal and Oregon State both' Van Leer had 477. ERA In 30 games before being

unlnlmous All-Area iclecton. The purchase price and Associated Press' final poll of are S-I In conference play while I Team No. 3 had an 1855 series called up by the Yankees early
Lake Butler will have guard Jimmy Thomas back for bis Spahn's salary with the Meta the season over-all Oregon State Is 8-2 and and a 653 best g a m '. In August.
final seaion and will' gel support from M veleraa forward were not disclosed It was believed The Springfield the Trojans 6-3. Brown's 210 was best single. A. Bruce Brubaker of the
Larry Clyatt and (-. transfer center Runty Wade Thomas Ohio, team, J. Green Syracuse Wa els targest eete6
however that he cost the which has led since the first The postponement of the PAC made the 5-10 split. Chiefs was second with stew hi UM wwM.(
scored, more than 11 points per game last season and was' Mets no more than 25000. His of the season, finished poll team selection was the main Turkeys went to M r .. Van 263.
lamed to the All-Area squad. Mllmaled salary with the i .-0 record with an news Monday. bowlwiseii.-,Leer, Brown, Mrt. Arnold and ...-::
Gainesville will have one of its shortest teams In history, Braves last season. was"around, first. gained six of the 14 though West Virginia announced Roberta.
It: with (-1 center Carl Johnson the tallest man. Johnson was a place votes east and fin- It had
$83.000 accepted an Invitation to
guard last season but was twitched to (the pivot because of "The ished with a total of 114 points play In the Dec. 19 Liberty Bowlat BUY RESERVED
most
.. the lack of height. Import.nllhlnll he on the basis of 10 for first, nine New ManagerNEW
wanted Atlantic City, N.J., in the
said George Weiss,
But good shooting fait for second eight for third and
breaking and team work first
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the Meta' general manager, game to be YORK AP SEATS NOW!
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keep the Hurricanes In contention for AA laurels. so on. played Indoors.No ) Warren
Forward Boyd Welsch, guard Bill Boll and Johnson will The Top Ten with first-place (Sheriff Robinson, 43, a bullpen
have to take up the slack left by the departure of (-1 aces Rattlers GetGramhliiig voles In parenthesis, and total the opponent Mountaineers was named for [coach the last two years with Buy your reserved tickets in advance for this final
Terry Nutt and Mike Hartman. point although the New York Mets was named GHS garnet! Save time save money!
In Gomer Jones, Oklahoma coach manager of their Buffalo N.Y.
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Blind Boswell Bowl Battle I 3 2.. Los Prairie View 101 tided League Monday. He International succeeds
I Charley Angeles St. ((2)) (7 George (Whitey) Kurowskl.
MIAMI (AP-Florlda A and 4 Louisiana Tech 19 Dallas Cowboy defensive back GHSIHURRICANES

;: Named to Silver AA Team I It M and Grambllnf College of S. San Diego St. '67 Mel Renfro Is one of the fastest I IRONWOODGOLF
1 Minn.
Louisiana, two outstanding Negro Concords ((1) (S developing rookies in the National
teams, will meet Dec. } In 7. Massachusetts ((1 c.l1 Football League, CLUB
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Is comprised of former college the Orange Blossom classic for I.(East Carolina 1)) 33I Coach Tom Landry. Rtnfro says OPINING NOV. 2Srh '
"This hi one of the nicest things football players who have madeoutstandin the second time Florida AIM 23 also is .
a kickoff return specialist 39th A...
t that ever happened to me, was contributions In life "This Is the best possible opponent 110 Sam Houston ((1) 22 I Mwsb.hia ...i..... j'j'N.W.
blind golfer Charley Boswell'sreaction during the 29 years after gradu AIM athletic director FINAL

to being named to ation. Jack Galther said In announcing HOME GAME AT
Illustrated Silver Anniversary
Sports Boswell played on the 1937, the selection Monday. CITIZEN'S FIELD
All-America. 1931 and Ii3 University of Alabama "Grambling's got only one low,
"I'm thrilled to death" the football teams lie was to Prairie View 22-14. but Pra ,
Birmingham Insurance executive blinded by a German shell in tie View Is on probation with I 8 P. M. FRIDAY
said.The saving a fellow soldier In the the NCAA and can't play." NOV. 21
Silver Anniversary squad< Battle of the Bulge.

After losing his sight Boswell Sco Page 2 GHS
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NCAA Crown Champlopshlp seven times and
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Yes But No is. e...,, .*... Ie Akky, In 1961 C YEAR!

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UNKSNUFFV9) TATER TRAP FER? / lOVMEElV JEST FER TN'GOSSIP FENCE

DEAR ABBY: I am a high ichool teacher M you know umber one to make the best et It with Number Two became W ElOPED GUESS WHO OFF STARTED COOKIN GITS ON TH'TABLE TILL
I am at least aa intelligent as the average person but that's what yea Intend to do. W AN SOT HITCHED 1 SUPPER c
when I received my sample ballot, I had great difficulty 1.1DEAR LAST NIGHT PH _
understanding It The language la so confusing that I actually ABBY: I read about some of the ridiculous wedding +.v, C ,
had to read it four times before I knew whether my customs sent to you from readers. Kidnapping the bride,
YES or NO would mean what I wanted It to mean. For filling her shoes with money, etc. The one I think takes the Y II tdY
Instance !In Proposition II, which (in Calif.) !la the Issue dealing cake la when the wedding guests keep hitting their water )
with whether or not we want paid television if we vote glasses with silverware until the bride and groom give thema 1
YES it means "No, we don't want It." If we' vote NO demonstration of a long passionate kiss. I am going to be (
it means "Yes we DO want It." Is it necessary to word married soon and I do not care to put on this kind of performance P
the propositions so that most people vote exactly the opposite In front of a bunch of gawking half tipsy spec ntyk7LiR
of how they Intend to vote? tators. I have considered kissing the matron of honor as a
JUST STUPID, I GUESS means of sobering up the sightseers. Have :you a better suggestion
DEAR JUST NO! ?
IN LOVE BUT NOT INSANE! AYTM'SRAcZ ltl'wCWLDS kCYtSTM l5T1'RQt coKE/5&TWEFN
DEAR ABBY: I am married to a wonderful man. He is DEAR IN LOVE:' Yes. If yon really want to soberest up, mMAlO 7l ivotLDS5HYVSTM4D.S"T 774052. TkbMIICH --
my second husband I ran Into my first husband, who is also kits the best m'DI! AH COME TO' GWt 4s LIP AN
married again, and he tells me he still loves me and he I 1* MAN ANNOCAL 11 7P hVL1!' HAS r
M SADIE HAWKINS EPOllL34.sae .
KNOWS that one,day we will be together again. What does DEAR ABBY Thank you for your wonderful answer to -
this mean? Now I can't think straight We were divorcedfor "UNENLIGHTENED" that teenager who had Just learned c OLE MAN MDSE.
five years. I thought I loved my second husband until that her parents hadn't been married quite long enough
this happened. Do you think we could be married to the when she was bora. You have answered a question I have e1
wrong people? I need advice. 'wanted answered for four years. Our first was born early as a
CONFUSED our marriage was late. I've felt guilty and ashamed ever
DEAR CONFUSED: It sounds to me as though your first since and worried so for fear the child would find out aboutIt
husband has had second thoughts about his second w I Ife. later. You have helped me a lot I feel like a weight has
Leave well enough alone. If yon "thought" you loved your been lifted off my shoulders. Thank you. c
present husband keep right en loving him and ten "RELIEVED" esLs
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U of F, Gainesville 03 WFGA-TV (ABC, NBC) Jacksonville

Tuesday Evening O FSU FootballA this Thanksgiving show, 11:IS O New Hardens
I:M O Wells Fargo play-by-play description with composer plants) t t I 1':30 O 03 (Color) What's -
O Mike Douglas of the FSU University or Andre Previn, singer I This Song? KrePOUTOPGO THIS,70CK0! t(OUT l woFrrI OF TMI01( EP PORGl JnCKO.PLEASl. 1T TUB TKOUBIJ WITH KXl YYOU JUST LOST
SONNY
15: O Greatest Headlines Florida football game la Earl Wrlghtson and LoU I O I Love Lacy AHCAQ RICK..CALL eo0 IS YOU've 1rouRslr A
5:30 O Newscope given. Hunt, the folk singing: II41 O Reading Year Mag 4 MISS GALU LT HR TI rwssNbTKea/wjO)I wiseouv j
O World Civilization I ID Bristol Court Brothers Four and daJ1Coere Lamp Tt1L1t7UIF10SMIC'sO01N' GOT NO T'\l' ..YOU' yWttl
I:SS B (Color) News, Harris Against the World: Edward Vlllella and 11':51 O ID News o uRl(ni NIMI ii s OCT NOTlUNI M
Weather, Sporta Kate's aunt Cora hasn' Patricia McBride of the I 11:00 0 ID Concentration
I:M O News, Sports Weather spoken to the Harrise New York City Ballet O Andy Griffith r
O Sunshine Almanac since their wedding 17 Dojiald Voorhees orchestra 11.U a Film
1:15: O News Highlights years ago but Alan thinkshe 11:30 O ID (Color) Jeopardy
I:3t O 03 News can still patch thingsup. O Doctors Nurses O McCo).
d News Guest cast Includes 11:N 0 O News, Weather, U:M O (ID (Color) Say Whea 1I
O Junior College Ruth Donnelly, Vaughn SportsID O Adventures In Living c= N f
Spanish Taylor. Ross Elliott and (Color) New., Weather Q Love *f Life
7:000 M Squad Grace Lee Whitney. I Sports 12:IS a Geology 107
"Voice from the Grave." 0:00: ID N Bristol Court U:M O Movie 12:25 O News I
Truck owner Harry Con- Tom, Dick and Mary: "The Nun's Story." ((1959) 12::M O ID Truth or Conse.queace. III -
kiln 1s killed before he Tom and Mary are celebrating Young Gabrielle leave IItLoorATI.IR 'II AlreO '' I .TiMa re/M A u,NORMN.e.w', OwAO Moo T TM i $AV ,
can testify to a Washing. an Important anniversary her family to enter a convent O Search for Tomorrow you LATg CLOCK MPMAti nnuca ,!ON IN TNa PIWCOLA'oo.. I6CIN0 l tt iR1
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ton committee about the and three's a and endure the rio-! 12:4S O Guiding (Light A4A INs //VTANCe1.aLeMaNT. I 3H
Infiltration of gangs in the crowd. roUt preparation for sisterhood O Let's Speak SpanlihU
,trucking: business.O I:30 O Man from UNCLE Audrey Hepburn, :U O ID New.
Munsters "The Perfect Slrlgas A!. Peter Finch Edith Evans, 1:M O Midday
"'Knock Wood, Here fair." Solo and Iliya are Peggy Ashcroft, flea O News, Weather I
Comes C h a rile." Her. assigned to discredit a Jagger. (Two hours, 30 O Arm Chair Adventures
man's dapper twin brother war mongering Balkan min.) B (Color) TV Bingo
Charlie appears at the diplomat and they decideto ,11:350 ID (Color) Johnny I:11 f) Focos S b
Munster home with a gadget recruit the owner of a Canon O Leer Y Escrlblr
he claims can extract pest control firm to help. I WEDNESDAY J:30: O Science
uranium from sea water. Guest cast William Morning and Afternoon O As the World Tuns
,Cuest cast includes Jean Shatner, Werner Klemperer (:NO Suaihlne Almanac O Humanities, C41 rtes.JJ4 ry ,
Willes and Mike Mazurkl.o Peggy Ann Garner, 11) 0 Sunshine Almanac ID Let's Make a Deal -- -
Whit's Nw-Children"Fencing" Leonard Nlmoy. O Humanities C-M 1:U ID New.
Bob O Red Skelloa 0CNIOR AKISTANT NOyr -.TMt TRUTH B-.TIt rAY
Coach I 2S Words I M 0 D Loretta Young
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: Living ., If QUITE AN NONOKDAtLIN61
WILL U !
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Kaplan traces the historyof 1:30: O World Clvllliatloa a Sip Off "" 7 SHOULD ".04n DOE Devito P01SNT 1
TO STAY THINK! IUT
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Sultan Little Sul Opt FOR N1Y DOCTOR
fencing. "Big" ID Gospel Marie O Password F AND WORK ON (OUR jH, ,y U HeEO THAT( OFrfR TMt JO0 75 Jt i CAY? Will It MOM IMforAXT THAN
03 N Bristol Court tan. Agatha la romancedby I:U O Patter's Study Z:M 0 ID DoctorsO MASTCKSJIMi rt o. NOWADAr-To ANY00DVIs WHATlUIAKNlL I
7:30 0 Mr.Novak the Sultan of Nurak, H(Color) HI. Neighbor House Party O MOVI W IN INDUSTRY! cJ
Boy under Class" Jet who's negotiating government I:M O Farm aad Home 1:N O CD Another World i i. 1 4
ferson High baseball star business with Glen 7:" DID Today O T. Ten the Truth iLj I sc.s
Frank Towner la a pitcher I:W O D That Was The O Local News, Weather 1:2! O News
of major league cali Week That Was 7:" O Ranger Hal 1:M O(Color) Yet I
ber. But if he doesn't O Petticoat Junction T.HOLtcal News, WeatherI Don't Say II
Improve his failing grade Shady Rest has aa exotic :N O'Captola Kangaroo O Edge *f Night tjMAJa.rtTtN I
!in Novak'i English class, guest Betty Jo's Japan. .:. II Divorce Court 03 Pope).'. Pals
he'll be ineligible for the ese pen pal Nobuko. Guest O Bachelor Father 4:N O Match CameO
big play. off came Base- cast, AU Hara, Garrison 03 Color) Romper ReoBt Secret Storm r r 1 .,
ball's Leo Durocher appears True James Brewer.O :M O Jack Benny 03 MagUla Gorilla --0
as himself. Guest Science lad Engineering 09 Jack La LanaeI 4:a O News
cast Includes Frank Silve- Joonalfc I II. ;M O Make Roem for Daddy 4:M O Leave II T. Beaver ,.TNATh wi.vwa aico WILL Ma WILLUARn winced WNae tHaY
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ra, Wayne Grlct and Arch MO ID Ben Telephone o News O Best .( Cratch .-ewvr,2 2awe/Re ICOC MOOei, ea, WI I, ewe'A : ALOMe1,0e, t/WeaakKTH.M
Johnson. Hour (Color) 03 Color) Cameras CDMvl* >' Lovs Ti,, ours.! P&: ran) &cAerlAna usLaAI Y.laccess.. I ceoeATATIMa!
O Created Show (Color) Robert Young Is host for Please "Dewrl Leg lae"By 1 u A M+;c Has .. ANP r ICs pal.w ).aT NRwcw. {MOL. seuuWTS5! .
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FolksDOVTI: either bicarbonate of soda o>' wise) and use one-half for ear)i'put I:' upside down on the towel!
repeat D N-'T carbon dtaxJd n', a good idea I rosette. I fold the cut edges U i II| No more lost or mislaid l l i jr tiurron BUOY Cal UK! iTA1/
uae flour and cornstarch to extinguish to have one of thes extinguishers the center of the strip so thai I lunch pails. MLe.14, Ft7 OCKiZ, POTATOCwit
fires.It handy In the kitchen. they overlap then thread nar. Terrible Tent rrro ,
'a dangerous and here's a "If you don't have an x- row ribbon down the center, and ... teMa&li! 1 PwiE TS 5 I Iix7 I TIM
letter from a Firs Inspector ex. tinguisher, us* the box of bah, pull the ribbon tight and tie UIn The Screaming SixLETTER t T; pWaJLTJ1
plaining why: log soda. a bow. I 1 0
Dear Heloise: I, "Why wait for National Ftr These are particularly: DIre OF LAUGHTER
"Why do women continue fc> Prevention Week Let's make to put en gilts which must be!, Dear Heloise:
attempt to extinguish grease every week Fr Prevention pecked and mailed because On''I Won two youngsters to highchairs flw 1
flea ea the stove er in tin broiler *I Week at oar homes." rosettes do not crush ..the same time, one
with flour er Cornstarch Sincerely Mrt. R. Hartle,lot the biggest help we have II
"Flour and cornstarch are M. Thomas Slater.yours Aad 'II' *f an, they .... a hungry pup! I MYtA.
combustible material and nothing! Helps considerably en the
when they are suspended ta the Senior Far Inspector I I cleaning up the floor aider the
I that .... hlaautncteas.
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air so that they Dear Heloiae: chairs!
with the Gl'getlin tilt air they 1 I, HE know! Lad I With four out of six children 1 And afterward to put some --
bum very rapidly to fact, they,our this Ihaaas. to Mr. Hater far In school, lunch kits can: be a of the child's leftovers to good T"
may cause aa Mptosioa. |' wnderfil hhraattM. Aft'er problem.I we! :
II, w* al have held s4. I
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"SAlt Is aa lined a shallow cardboardbox CathyDear It
fat fighting a kltctai fire Salt ki MT hoses, eh? 0 M MTcat with akaninua fell and I .
but at doesat do ** MOM sent UaM yes sW*.1
harm .
doe a* keep st to the kitchen. Helene
ITs bexstasiv*. (Th s.. .
much food either. j Just before time far th* an11 Metal pants stretchers win
ant the lire!
Tb* best txtingobhint! agent ) IT) to arrive home. I put hang from year clot eaflne I It
k the kitchen is bating I RXLOOE!( the hex and a damp duhckxh: t Vtthoot fafltg IT you alia
Del hkartooat *f .. .1Ode'l S 0 I oa the table and a dishtowel eahe ',tower cortaw ring throogfi the w
bested a produce* Dear rldoo-"" If/am and K
counter. cOp em the On I t
did* pa which exclude* I'WIIc.II enloa bags aresocial A. each till tome to hi I U yaw two shewer tartab1 1 h lI >
xygn and *xtbi uistM* Ik for many llli p. The fel- ldoer. they get a kU and a push: [ring* and piece acts leg *| awl
fir*. I towing I II tnf way .f making toward the kitchen.I I(Itraaers *a a Hereof parallel l
"The *xtingnlsliert appro cry attractrtt rMvttei (rest I tack pad b wiped sod and,Da*, the trousers wilt dry fattjer
for err a flamaiahla l* jidaaal thenIcutDtaaptakaltOeagtb.: laid Y lilt hi OIl its lade. and I II _
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No ParoleBULLETIN furnlMW tun nn.nelap.a.b sowlnc.rty: .. T= =..0 :;: STOCK LISTINGSDividend AmAIr 46tt Jones&L 713.

AmCan 42. KalsAI86V. 30H

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AmMot 14% Loch'd 38'''.

LAKE BUTLER Judge NEW YORK PeMzoil _..,_".. 2,00 4414 Shares __ 3.88 AT&T 67Vt Lorillard 45

George L. Patten closed the STOCK EXCHANGE Pfizer ....___.. .80a 4934 Lift Investor __.-._ 10.30 AmTob 35 Mag'voxAMPXCp 32 i

door forever en Raiford Prison Phelps DG ,._ 3,00 78'A1 Dreyfus __ 21.48 1SH MM&M 59
Abbott Lab _... 2.40 43 s5
Inmate Joe Reddish toil Allied Chem _'" 180 12'4'.Polaroid __"_ .20 177% Fidelity Caplt __.-.-_, 11.(4 Anaconda S5% Mohasco 14%
morning when he sentenced E G 2,60 II84 Armour i5'4 Mons'to
Pub Sv 361/ Fidelity Fund 84',
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the confessed murderer to life Am Elc Pow ._?. 116b 44'4 Pure Oil ,__ UO 55% Fidelity Trend _, ,__ 20.21 Babcock 38'i\ MontWd 41%

Imprisonment on the Croft Amer Enka ,Mm._ 1.40a 72 Rayoner! "._ ,1.00 40th Fund'tal Invest 11.81 BethStl 38H' NatDalr66U 83'4

murder, life imprisonment on Amer Hone .. .. 1.44a a7 Rexall ___... .SOb 59 Income of Boston .. .-..,... 171 Boeing NatDlst 28'.

the Jackson murder and 10 Amer M. Fdy'?_?? .90 18 Reyn Met __ .50 3234 Incorporated Inc _-__. 10,02 Borden 78'1 NAmAv 110/,

years for shooting Into a Rich Merr 1.00 80 Keystone K.2 __ (.04 Brunswk 8V Penney 69'ia
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dwelling all terms to run Atch Topka __ 120a 33 R C Cola ...__ 1.20 1834 Keystone S-3 ." ,,.__,.._ 17.28 CaterTr 40V. PRR 40'ia

consecutively. Baxter Lab _. .36 28 Roy Dutch __ 1.73g 45'V.Searl. Keystone S-4 ____ _-. S.31 Celanese 75 PepCola 5934
Judge Patten also made a ? GD _,,_ .90 64 Life Stock Fund ___. 7.79 Chrysler 57 PhllMor 75'.
Beckman In ,_ 73
recommendation that Reddish "" SInger _._ 2.00 8514 Mass. Inv Stock ., _, ,_.- 17.54 CocaCola 134 PhlllPet 55'4'
Beech LF S 1.10 55"4
not be considered ever for parole Smith Kin _. 1.20a 86''i' Mass. Inv Growth .. 9,2! omEd 54V4 RCA 33'4
Bristol My ......... .80 85
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Sun Staff Writer Steel Drug _.,_. .85 2914 TV & EleC _,,,,...m.m..mT..,,,. S,20 DowChe 78'4 StRegP 31'.
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Gainesville FireA LAKE BUTLER Althou g h I h" Texas Utll __ 1.20 6354 Value Line Inc ___.._. 5.89 DuPont 227% Seaboard 50
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by the Florida Supreme Court, Cessna Air 1.00 31'4 Tidewater ,_ 341\ NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS E.Kodak 143 Sinclair 54'.
Gainesville fireman fights a losing battle to nave an old frame house at Joe Reddish, of Raiford, pleaded .: Ches Ohio _m., '..',. 4.COCoas 75% i
Trans W A ._._ 50'4 Comp. Vol. Close Changes Firestone 44 Socony 90
,Newberry Road and Hogtown Creek yesterday The structure an estimated S Gas _.._ 36
guilty to murder charge I Union Pac .._. UOa 44'1. Eire 42V4 Vt SouthnC 64
6,700 Wstnghse FlaP&L 834
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from yesterday Und Air L ...' __., 1.50b 5934 76,400 Com Sat Cp 4814 up 3% Ford 57V4 SperryR 14''.
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growth and underbrush, the building was unoccupied at the time of the fire. Comsat Corp _... 48'4a
Reddish has been in custody ........_
Jun Walter 2415War U S Steel 53% off % 45% StONJ 914
47,400 FreptSul
Origin of the fire is undetermined. Sun .. ..
Bob Meeker _
( photo by ) since May 23. IG61, when he Cone Mills 80 22'4Cont
Lamb ,_ .70 32 Studebak 8'
5,700 Am Tel & Tel I7V4 off % FruehTr 32'i %
...., .,
Airl ._ .40 :21
arrested for the at his i 1 ''
slaying Worthlntn .._, ,_ 1.50 54Zerol ,38,300 Benguet Hi off 11 GenDyn 36 Swift 56'.
Contl Ins _.., .. 2.20 i 82%
4th Floor I home of Union County Deputy ._.-._ 104\4 35,600 Amer Motors 154 up V GenEl 111t Texaco 9\1\',
$332,800 Contrl Data ......,.._ i 53 '
Regents Sheriff Hal P. Croft and Ronald aCorn Zenith _..._.. 1.20a 6559 35,200 Pan Am 304 off % GenFds 84% Thiokol 12'.
Jackson of Pdts _-,, ,_.... ,.1.50 !54'A1
I Sheriff, nephew John Whitehead Delta Air _H_. .. 160 i 83Det % OVER THE COUNTER 4,700 Ford Motor 57% up % GenMills 45% UCsrb 130'4
Are Still County 1,500 Woolworth 304 off 34 GenMtrs 97% UnitAlrc 61
Steel .__ ....M-. .60 ;13'4 NIW YORK (API Tile following bid
Emerson El ,. ... 1.00 5314Fair end ..k... qinrtotlont, wppllM/ by thtNational 31,200 Madison Sq Grdn 3 off % Goodrich 60% UnFruit 18'5
and Jackson kIll- ?" .
Croft
for UF were Allocution of tacurltlM Dt l> .
53'
Approved blasts when the Camera ........ .50g 23Flnan'l I. .. Inc, da nor npriunt actual Iran* 30,200 Gen Elec 92 up Goodyr 46V. VSSteel
Not Chosen ed by shotgun ,action but ira tin NA SD', wile.,. 29,500 Std Oil NJ 914 off /. Greyhnd 23% UnivMat 144
former went to Reddlsh's home Fed _........" 39% of itia ...... within whlcfi stole tacvrl* '
Fst Chartr .__._ 1.97f 26% laa could hew bam .M< (bid) w 29,400 Atlas Corp 24 off 4 Gulf 011 61'A WsstREI 45%
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP- to: question him about shooting --- aought (aikadll, 864 WlnnDix 40
A $312800 building appropriation ture.The two-year degree granting TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov Into a neighbor's home the pre- Fat West. Fin ,_.. 12%, Alico Land ?__...,,.P.-'H 11% 28,700 Merrt Chpman 184 unch IntHarv
AMER STK EXCH
Farris Fla E Cst 15"i,
Bryant's nine membersof After the double H. Amer Fidel Life 231/
for the University of Flor- university near PensacolaIs ceding night.
ida was approved by the State the seventh and newest Institution the University Board of Regents killing, Reddish used Croft's Food Fair _.-.....-_ .90 235/'Amer Heritage _. ,.._? 211/ ACTIVE STOCKS Farm, City WeekRecognized
FMC _..,__. 1.00 81% Volume Close Change
Board of Education today In the Florida University remained undetermined gun in an attempt to commit Corp Amer Mat Ins -.._ 191/ I
Fllto _.. ._ 40\i\ 36,700 Lodge& Shiply 1% off 4
The money will come from system. The school Is for again today as he awaited a suicide. Lay .H Amer Pioneer Life __? 6'/.

the higher education bond junior and senior students only third conference with Gov.-elect Reddish was Indicted on murder Gen Tele _.__._ .88 37'.i Anheuser Busch .....--, -,. 81% 32,400 TWA -Wta32% off %
Ga Padf _. 1.00b 58% 30.500 New Idria 24 up K Alachua County and the t
Haydon Burns. and his __ ..__ I
amendment program to builda Later, It will be giving advanced charges, following Anodyne '"
Oil ..__... ,. ... 28'.i 23500 Massey-Ferg 294 off \t of Gainesville recognize National
fourth floor on a gtneral degrees. The two top-ranking Democrats recovery from the self Inflict. Getty ? .10g Citizens Bank .,._...... 37
Grace Co ..._...,._. l.00b 17% 23,300 Bunker-Ramo 94 4 Farm and City Week, this
classroom building.The conferred privately for ed wound, he was tried for the Conn Lt & Pow ._.,.__. 38'/ up
I
about one hour in the governor's murder of Croft and on March Hel Curtis ,,_H.._ .80 18', Cowles Mag It Pb __..._ 12 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS week by honoring the farm
board also approved Registration For IBM ,.._...____ 5.00 423 Purchases __ 397,645 families of Ralph Brown, Route
office Monday. Following the 2, 1962 was found guilty by a Dunn & Bradst __ 84'14
plans for the construction of Int Min C __ _.. 1.80a 39'4 Short Sales _?_,.-___ 3,225 2, Hawthorne, and James B.
.
without recommendation Florida __ 11'%
Gas
meeting, they issued a statement jury a
the first three buildings which _... Strickland, 3760 SW Archer
Brokers Course Tot Tele ___ __" 1.00 800/ Other Sales 424,909
of Fla Nafl Bank 84%
saying discussed the
will become the nucleus of the they mercy. I II "' '"
University of West Florida.. type of professional field that I He was sentenced to death in Kellogg _.._,___ .80a 121/ Fla Tele ,.,,,.??.,., 29% .Total Sales .._ 428,134 Road Gainesville, at a banquet

Forrest Kelly, architect for Last Day Dec. should be on the board, rather the elecrtic: chair at the State Lehman CP _."._.. 1.34e 32 Forrest Labs ?_,-.._._..." 25 PREVIOUS DAY'S tonight.
Litton In __,_ uar 7m MARKET to
STOCK The Farm Banquet
the State Board of Control, than Individuals. Prison, but on July 22, 1964, an Founders Life .?__,_ 9'A1 City
Lone S Cm .... _..1.00 21 Advances 467 be held the Gainesville officeof
"We know appeal to the Supreme Court Franklin LifeGreatamerican__..._ 5515 at
of several
Gainesville
told the cabinet that the three must register by groups,
by his attorney, Sign b ItScurggs. Marsh Fld _..__ UO 55% 11% Declines _.,_,__.._. 881 the Farm Bureau at 6 pm..
buildings will be near U. S. Mon December S U they desire to said Burns "that should make
Marlin M __._ 1,00 19% ...__ .. 263 of the
Unchanged follows afternoon tour
was successful and a Groller ,,__..... 38' ? an
the Escambla River on a take a 15-week course beginning contributions to the board whose
new trial was ordered. McG Hill _.-..-_" .60a 37 Gull Life _._._.... 4834 Total Issues _....._._....., 1,411 University of Florida's horticul:
site of more than 340 acres. here In January to prepare absence is sorely felt Later, we
The buildings first will be them for the broker's examination will get together The court ruled that certain Mead Corp ___ 1.70 5O"i" Home Ins ...,,.-._ ,.... 88'A1 New 196344 Highs ...79 total gardens, green houses and
on names. Merkd ... ,,.. 2ooa 4734 New 1963-64 Lows _._.._..., 20 USDA
administrationand evidence used by State Attorney H. '''H '' Kennasaw Life _.. 10/ the laboratory.
used for both by the Florida Real Estate! The appointments must be reviewed Nail Airl ., .__ .80 83NY
T. E. Duncan In the trial pictures Life of Fla IV4
classrooms, and later on Commission -
by the board of educa- Centl ,.._ .50g 5114Nia
Just for administration. One also The course, Real Estate t Ion, of which Bryant Is a mem- of the victims Inadmissible and a confession M Pow ._.._ 2,00 56'4 /owes Company ??, .._,.. 20% THE NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVGS. NOV. 23Nss.wTM11.w i
_. ,
Electron 9v4
were Milgo
will contain the first cam Practices and Principles, Is offered ber, and the state Senate, which Norfolk W .._ _.. 8,00 W'% ,
and reversed the verdict. "' ,
Jury's Mort Ins ,25
pus utilities by The Florida Institute meets In April. Bryant leaves office No Ind P S ,......._._ 1.48 81% Guaranty I High Low Close Net Chg. I
Reddish _...
pleaded Pacific SW Air _. 3m
Kelley said the design com for Studies Yesterday, 25 Rails 146.)7 144.41 145.39 Off .59
Continuing University Jan. 5
No Nat Gas ..._ 1.80 59'" "
guilty to first degree murder Schlitz Brew ... .,_ ,,,,,. 4S
bined modern with traditional (FICUS) and Is the onlyone Because Burns takes office between Olin Math._ ....._ 1.20 41% Z5 Industrial 915.43 904.13 910.23 Off 1.37)
of both Croft and Jackson, and Secur Life & Tr _. 80 )
and archltec-
French Spanish ""'''''' ''' .I' .
which. fulfills the educational the time of Bryant's all'I Owens II G __ 2,50 104% 50 Stocks 5J 1.40 514.17 517.81 Off
of
to a charge shooting into aneighbor' Southern Nitro _. 27Travelers
requirements for brokers pointmenta and the Senate session dwelling Pac G & E ........_ .. 1.00 35 Ins .., _. 4t J
defined by the Florida Real a'j Pac _._ 2,40 5234 .w
Went To Church he could withdraw the Judge Patten accepted the Lung Union Secur & Inv 10

ate Commission. names from the Senate office plea, and announced he would Pac T & T __.._ 1.20 295 Unlv Cigar. ,__..." ...... 51\ STOCK FLASHES

In I Any registered salesman In I and substitute others. review, the evidence presented Pan Amer A .__. 1.20 30'% AMERICAN' STOCK MARKET

Jefferson'sTime I the state of Florida desiring to Asked If he would do that If In the original trial, and pass I Parke Day """".".""" 1.00 28'\ EXCHA1'lIGEAreojet.Cen

take the course may do so by he disagreed with I Bryant's
sentence sometime ,
today NEW YORK (AP-The) stocl -
Or Else! I lubmlttlng an enrollment coupon choices, Burns said "1 don't NamedTo ,_-. ,..__" 26% market showed a fairly char: Dow :;onel-Stock Averages

to the Florida Real Estate think anyone burns his bridges Symonds Analex _,,_ 26%
The problem of getting par Commission for KKKMan Corp M decline early this afternoon I Ir I Previous Day I 2nd Hour i
approval. ApplIcants
ish members to come to church' ahead of him. Aqua Chem 14'A1 the wake of the boost in interest .
on Sunday was much easier may obtain coupons and Bryant said during the two JC Head Aurora Plastics _._?.,_. 28 talon by the Federal Re-: 89929 | 30 IndusC |Up 889 62

for in the earlier days other Information by writing meetings, he and Burns discussed Says Cherry Barnes Engineer _. 22% serve Board. 217,43 | 20 Rails | off 190
pastors
of Thomas Jefferson, the Rev. John T. Branch Jr., 806 Seagle some names but reached I TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Butler Shoe .__ ,,,... m. Trading was quite active but t: 15517 | 15 Util. | oft 0 88
Building, Gainesville. neither dis State Board of Education namedDr. .... ._ 15"W
minister an agreement nor a Chromaloy there was no great selloff othe n 1
William Shea at Highlands -
Presbyterian, C h u rch, Instructor for the course agreement. Instead, he said,I Bombs Used Merrill A. Symonds presIdent Cinerama "." _, .., 444 news. 31329 |165 Stocks I off 201

t told. the Gainesville Exchange have been selected and approved they confined their discussion of the new Monroe County Computer Scl ._._ 23 6 The market was going off 417 I Volume | 1,370,000

Club i by the Florida Real Estate mainly to representatives from JACKSONVILLE (AP-Cher- Junior College today. Cutter Labs A ___,_. 16% through its usual !performance, -
Monday.The Commission Instructors are ry bombs were used In a Ku Dr. told the board he .. ..
various fields. I Symonds Data Control 55'A1 alter a rise In the discount rate, Prices the
for failure
to were Irregular on
to church penalty was a fine for the go registered brokers who have at-, "There Is no great urgency to Klux Klan initiation, not dynamite spent the last four years in administrative Fulton Inds ,_ P I% brokers said. Some analysts: American Stock Exchange.

tended special seminars conducted says one of four Klansmen work at Pensacola Gen Develop ., ,,. 44 such declines
make appointments said 'Bry ? ? ? ? noted that are moderate.
the
Trading was
first offense, whipping for
by FICUS. Methods of ant. on trial in the bombing of Junior College. Before that he Jar MInIt Mkts __-?_, 84 usually temporary.
death
second, with possible instruction and course evaluation -' a Negro home. aid, he was in administrativework ,Mackey Airlines .._.."'.. 64: Some losses were pared si Corporate and US government

sentence for the third. It a have been the principal 3IcInlos.li Bake Barton H Griffin testified at Florida Stale Universityand Mead Johnson ._ ._" 16% trading entered the afternoonand bonds declined generally.

parishoncr spike disparaging features' of the seminars Monday he had nothing to do Becker Junior College of Pac NiT Tele ., 224 a few more plus signs apwared. in reaction to the boost In Interest

ly of a minister, the penalty with theft of dynamite or the Worcester, Mass.In Philips Elec H ",....""",.,., U', rates.Army.

could be a flogging the first SS Visit Sale Slated Feb. 16 bombing of the home ofyearold 1U action, the board-corn- Redwing Carriers _, ., 10"% The trend remained lower
time and a through the Kcp To
spike Offer
Donald Godfrey only rising the governor, secretary Ric Group ..I-.TI-i -i 3 among motors, steels, cheml-
for the second offense.No McIntosh
tongue MONTOSH The
Negro pupil In a Jacksonville of! state, attorney general treaurer > Sperry R. Wts -,.." 8"1 cola utilities nonferrous metals -
wonder, Shei laid, that Set For Area Civic League's annual p r e- elementary school. and school superintendent Synlex _. k 53:% ,,electronics and mall order- Career CourseAn

Thomas Jefferson wanted the Thanksgiving bake sale Is alat- An ex-lOansman. Earl Jordan, ratified the nomination by the Tampa Elec _, '. 28% retails. Adjutant Generals Career
church to be made separate AIACHUA A representative ed for 11 s m. tomorrow at Billy testified earlier that dynamitewas I
Monroe County School Board.A Tech Measur _,_, mi Tobaccos, aerospace Issues Officer course designed
from the state. 1 of the Gainesville Social Brown's warehouse on US- used in a KKK initiation few minutes earlier, the full TWA Wts .. .. 32% oils and drugs were 'mixed 'or U. S. Army officers, will

In I talk about Jefferson'slife Security Office will visit Alach-, 441. Griffin testified that Jordan Cabinet sitting as the Budget Valspar _. _.... ....._ 7 showing improvement from be offered this year at the U. S
and opinions, Shea noted ua and High Springs tomorrow I had a grudge against him and
Mcintosh ladies hsve Commission, released $30,000 to MUTUAL FUNDS their early trend. Army Reserve School here.

the American founder was a The will visit cakes ceoklei pre-, tried to get another of the de- the junior college from a re- Affiliated Fund. .. ... 107, The Assoiated Press average Interested officers are requested
Diest meaning believer In representative pared pies,
a
fendants to kill Griffin because
serve fund for organization ex Capital Life & Gr 10.1 of M stocks at noon was down to contact Maj. Jake
the office of the chief In bread and for the
God. But he did not subscribe police yeast candy ,
h. (Jordan) his wife and
thought
penses. Divers Growth ,." 10.46 1.7 at 330 0 with Industrials off Feaster not later than I pm
to the established Church of Alachua at I a m and the High event AU Items for sale are Griffin had a love affair
U. rails off 1.5 and utilities off Nov. 30 at RFD Box 104, Mi-
England. Springs City Hall alit a m. homemade. Did you have an affair with .

ordan's wife?" an attorney Program Started in Fla. .7.The Dow Jones Industrial I canopy.The school will be conductedon

I asked. average at noon was off 317 at a non-pay basis and il
Marianna Sunland USIA'Given "No," Griffin replied. aa5.424-cutllnllts worst loss of scheduled to meet 24 tunes

Donald Eugene Spegal, Willie To hell, Small BusinessesJACKSONVILLE 4 497 In mid-morning. ,during the ,ear.J.ReddishGetsLfe .
I Eugene Wilson and Robert Pitt-I

I man Gentry are on trial along] (API A States, about ten !per cent of the Williston Student Selected
Funds with Griffin.
Building Spegal and Griffin denied any I:Small Business Administration total. mostly for lack of planning

connection with the bombing. I program to provide volunteer For Honorary Fraternity

TALLAHASSEE (AP) The -Authorized the division of In preparation for next year's I Wives of Spegal and Wilson I.I I..advisors for faltering small business

Sunlsnd Training Center at Ma- mental health to contract with 400th birthday anniversary. I testified their husbands were II| is underway In Florida Bryant Appoints WILLISTON Noah H. Long

rlanns received authorization today Fryd Construction Corp. of Miami : -Authorized the University of la,:home In bed between 2 and 3!,two months behind moat stales :'J From Area Jr, of WQllston, has been elected -
to begin broad construction South Florida to spend $31067 m. when the house was
three 100-M
Beach for
continued to Omicron Delta
and repair work. The Cabinet treatment buildings coating ,for equipment for the physics:bombed. Service Corps of Retired Executives : Governor Farris Bryant to- Kappa,

also released funds for the work 1 million at South Florida- astronomy building I A St. Augustine segregation I i (SCORE) was explained -' day announced the appointments (honorary leadership fraternity, ,LI
$
Topping the list was authorityto mental Hospital I -Authorized Florida State leader. Hoisted R. (Hoes Ma-;< here by R. Harold Mllby. of three area people to Lat Tulane University.
'
contract for additions to the ( ) I I University to spend! $12*.0(5 for'nucy became the second wit-u< School Long, son of Mr. and
for Mrs
-Authorized the the
In the to refuse to'i! of SB\s Atlanta five Welfare
coating $46,545, and laboratory and office furniture ness caw I division the District Board..
infirmary to the ,occupational: training Deaf and Blind to use $16,570 of!for the physics building I testify because he might incrun-I region and businessman representing Alachua County-j Noah H Long Williston. Is a 7

building, costing 138,350 money already released for boil -Authorized sale for $100 of inate himself. ''I I Paul Miller Monday Mrs. Harold Certner 303 NW civil engineering senior at ToM '

The Cabinet released $45470 er plant and utilities for completion 1.4 acres from the Florida Manucy Invoked the Fifth "SCORE is the profit proposition 13rd Street. Gainesville to sun'' ane. He Is listed In "Who's Who .h Ito

from the replacement trust fund of emergency. rehabilitation ,School for Girls to the city of Amendment after a prosecutorasked of a lifetime for some Inter ceed Mrs. Josephine Bauroer,| American Colleges and Uni

for part of the work. I program.At Ocala for a fire department If be had a telephone con-L).sated deserving small bushes resigned versities" and is vice-president "
totaling the same time, the Cabinet station. The Cabinet noted that venation with SpegaL j Clay County Commission f ; r
Another cash release MS, Miller said. "As one bust- r
)13
of the Civil .
authorized return of $12.81 from Last week \Ullum Walter G. Odura of Engineering Student "
$3,225, was approved for the cen I this would be of value not onlyto 1 Sterling next fails we all lose part of our Orange /
ter's tattle and swine program the boiler plant and utilities' residents of the area but also Rosecrans Jr. of Anderson Ind.,I,IOU! and our money and our i,Park to succeed Louis Huntley, Body. He is a member of Delta ,

The training center In Lee funds to the reserve fund. to the school Itself.: refused to testify on the same ;market. You have the cure In:resigned. Taa Delta social fraternity,

County received t3," In cash -Releated $18,750 to the Si Approved these oyster leases grounds. His testimony from an SCORE." | Clay County Library Board I Tulane Student Council, he Association
Historical Restoration In earlier that ended la I Mn. Natalie PUtt of Green of Student "Ti
for a chain link fence to surround Augustine Brevard County-11 acres bearing a Civil Engineer.

Its swimming pool.Ia and Preservation Commission;for Don Haywood and five acres mistrial was ..acllalo the rec Miller said 40om businesses;Cove Springs to succeed Mra.1( .; and battalion operations

o'flr' actioo, the Cabinet: for the second quarter's work,for C1)de W. Bates. I ord. 1 fail each year to the United,DoroUiy Robinson, officer to the Naval ROTC



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Tuesday, November 24, 1964 Gainesville Sun





;' : J. Reddish Gets Life 1- BUSINESS MARKR RESORT






r j For Union Murders w REVIEW, V'I -



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I N. Y. Listing-

I Judge PattenRccommends


J I t t. Readers' Request Late Morning


\ AlllsChal 21V4lntNick 85%

I Tht tellowlm mirktt; wottllon 1'tntuMitt .. Alcoa 63" IntPap 34%
iMclMMiiy by main of
1 I r y i'Gainesville No ParoleBULLETIN swansw;: :: 1 ". *""*". STOCK LISTINGSFierce AmAlr 46% Jones&L 71>4

Ii AmCan 42% KaisAl .30%

i ,WulbernMurphey AMCyan 66% Ken'cott 96
AmMot 14% Loch'd 38'4

I LAKE BUTLER Judge NEW YORK PennzoO _....m...,. 2.00 44'/e DIvidend Shares _._...... 3.88 AT&T 67% Lorillard" .4$
L. Patten closed the
George STOCK EXCHANGE Pfizer ___ .80a 491i1 We Investors 10.30 AmTob 35 Mag'vox 32%
door forever on Raiford Prison !. .. _.. 21.48 15% MM&M 59
Phelps DG __ 3.00 Dreyfu __ AMPXCp
Inmate Joe Reddish this Abbott Lab ,.., ,,...... 2.40 43, 761i11
Allied Chem Polaroid _.._.. .20 1771i1 Fidelity Caplt _. 11.94 Anaconda 55"% Mohasco 14"%
1.80 3214
morning when he sentenced G __ 18.94 Armour 55% Mons'to 14',
Pub Sv E 2.60 3851 Fidelity Fund '
Amerada pt _.__.,.. 200 86"6Am
t the confessed murderer to life Elc Pure Oil ..__ 1.60 55% Fidelity Trend _.., ._._ 20,21 Babcock 38% MontWd 41%
Pow ._ 1.16b 44'4
imprisonment on the Croft Rayonier_ 1.00 401 Fund'tal Invest _. .. 11.81 BethStl 36% NatDair 83'4
Amer .
Enka __ 1.40a 72
murder, life Imprisonment on Amer Hone ..,...._. 1.44a 17 Rexall _._,. .SOb 59 Income of Boston ... __. 1.77 Boeing 66% NatDist 28U
the Jackson murder and It Amer Boys Metl _. .50 320/. Incorporated Inc __, 10.02 Borden 78"% N.AmAv 51%
M. Fdy .._. .90 18
years for shooting Into a Rich Merr 1.00 60 Keystone K2 6.04 Brunswk 8'/, Penney 69%
Armco Stl .._ 3.00 66'6
dwelling all terms to run ? R C Cola! ___ 1.20 m. Keystone S 3 .... ,._..._ 17.28 CaterTr 40% PRR 40%
Atch Topka .,_.,,. 1.201 33
consecutively. Roy Dutch __. ..1.73g 45% Keystone S-4 5.31 Celanese 75 PepCola 593.
Baxter LabBeckman _. .38 28
Judge Patten also made a Searle CD ._ .90 14 Life Stock Fund __ 7.79 Chrysler 57 PhllMor 75%
In....... .._ 73
recommendation that Reddish Singer ____ 2.00 851i Mass. Inv Stock .. .... ...... 17.54 CocaCola 134 PhlllPet 55',
Beech LF S ,,,, ,,_ 1.10 55J,
not be considered ever for parole I Smith Kin __ 1.20a 66\i\ Mass. Inv Growth 9,25 omEd 54% RCA 33:%
Bristol My _.,,_. ,80 65
or probation.By Sou Cal Ed __,._ 1.05 3714 Pioneer Fund _.. 10.47 ComEd 54% RepStl 431,
Brown Shoe ....._. 3.40 108'i'
St Oil Cal 2.00 711i Puritan Fund .. _.. ,_ 9.86 ContCan 52 Revlon 38',
Brunswick ... 8'4
SAM McGARVEYSun I. ? St Oil Ind _, 2.00b 43% Putnam Growth __ 11.46 ContCan 52% ReyTob 40"%
Cambell S .,__
Staff Writer 2.40 34'4 Sterl Drug ._.._. .65 29% TV & Elec -,..,.,,,._ 8.20 DowChe 78% StRegP 31'*
Carter Pdt..,. ... .... I.OOa 17'4
LAKE BUTLER Although
FireA Texas Uti 1.20 63'i Value Line Inc 5.89 DuPont 227% Seaboard 50

he had been granted a new tria Case J Air.I .. "_" 18"4 Textron ...._ 1.40 49H Wellington Fund _. ._., 15.89 EAL 39'/ Sears 132",
Cessna ...,,.. 1.00 31'4
by the Florida Supreme Court, Tidewater ... 34% NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS E.Kodak 143", Sinclair 54'4
Gainesville fireman fights a losing battle to nave an old frame house at I Joe Reddish of Raiford, pleaded Cues Ohio ,,,,.. ._ 4.00 75\
Trans W A .__ 5fl'4160a Comp. Vol. Close Changes Firestone 44 Socony 90
Newberry Road and Hogtown Creek The
( yesterday atructure, an estimated Coas S Cat ,. 36
guilty to murder chargeshere -- UnIon Pac ... .. 44% Wstnghse Elec 42% % FlaPiiL 83% SouthnC 64
86,700 up
1 ...OOD value, was totally destroyed but firemen contained the fire and kept it before I CBS ..._ 1.80b 44 I .m. ?
from spreading to brush and adjoining houses. Almost hidden yesterday Circuit Und Air L ... 1.50b 59% 6,400 Com Sat Cp UVi up 3'% Ford 57% SperryR 14%
by of Comb Eng ._., 1.20 37'1.
years L. Patten.
Court Judge George
1.00 51 Hewitt Robns 34% off 1% FrmstDa 13% StBrand 82%
growth and underbrush, the building was unoccupied at the time of the fire. Comsat Corp _.... 48'b\ Upjohn 51,300
has been In
Origin of the fire is undetermined. (Sun photo by Bob Meeker) I Reddish when custody Cone Mills ,_. .80 22''.1 Jun Walter ._.._ 24H 47,400 U S Steel 53% off H FreptSul 45", StONJ 91%
1961 he
since May 23, was
War Lamb ._ .70 32 45,700 Am Tel It Tel (7V off % FruehTr 32% Studebak 6%
Cant Airl _.. ..__.. .40 21
arrested for the slaying at his Worthlntn .._..._ 1.50 54 38,300 Benguet IVt oft % GenDyn. 38 Swift 56'.
Conti Ins _.. 2.20 62'4
4th Floor home of Union County Deputy Zerol _____. 104% 35,600 Amer Motors 15% up V4 GenEl 91% Texaco 91%
$332,800 Contrl Data 53
RegentsAre Sheriff Hal P. Croft and Ronald ZenIth __ 120a 65H 35,200 Pan Am 30% off H CenFds 14% Thlokol 12'1GenMills
Corn Pdts __. 150 541i1
Jackson, nephew of Union ? ?
I. County Sheriff John Whiteead. Delta Air ..._ .. 1.60 634 OVER THE COUNTER 34,700 Ford Motor 57% up % 45% VCarb 130'
30 off Vt CenMtrs 97'% UnitAlrc 61
Still 31,500 Woolworth %
Det Steel .._ .60 13'4
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Emerson EI ._.........100 53'4' likftf ......101I.. MMIM by ttwNillonil 31,200 Madison Sq Grdn 3 off % Goodrich 80'', UnFrult 18%
and Jackson killed
Croft were ,
for UF Allocution' of Iwurllltt DMt 46% USSteel 53%
Approved 30,200 Gen Elec 92 up Goodyr
blasts when the Fair Camera .50g 23Flnan'l tn Inc, to not roproMnk actual trtntKtlom -
shotgun
Not Chosen by ".uM NAlD'l N t.t..r 29,500 Std Oil NJ 91% off 4 Greyhnd 23% UnivMat 14%
..
former went to Reddish's hometo Fed ....... 39'4 itit ..nt' wltfiln' which' thoit .curlHoi 45%
him about Fst CharII' ._._ 1.97f 26'/ couM n.,. bun ,old" (bid) Naunt 29,400 Atlas Corp 2% off % GulfOil 81% WsstgEl
Fla. AP- ture. question shooting
TALLAHASSEE (
A $332,800 building appropria) The two-year degree (rantIng TALLAHASSEE (AP) COy. Into a neighbor's, home the pre- Fst. West. Fin ...._. 12'/4 (Land MkMiAlico ._.._, ._ 11V4 28,700 Merrt Chpman 18'% unch IntHarv 86% WinnDIr 40

Farris na E Cst .......,.. ", AMER STK EXCII
tlon for the University of Florida university near Pensacola Bryant's nine membersof ceding night. After the double 15"i1Food Amer Fidel Life 23'4 .

was approved by the Stale, Is the seventh and newest Institution the University Board of Regents killing, Reddish used Croft's Fair ____ .90 23 i Amer Heritage ___, 21 Vi ACTIVE STOCKS Farm, City WcelRecognized -

Board of Education today. in the Florida University remained undetermined gun In an attempt to commit FMC Corp ...,,..._. 1.00 61% Amer Mat Ins -..,.,,,,.,.,.. 19V Volume Close Change
Frlto _,..... ._ 36,700 Lodge Shiply 1% off %
The money will come from system The school Is for again today as he awaited a suicide. Lay 40' Amer Pioneer Life _._ 6% .

the higher education bond junior and senior students only. third conference with Gov.-elect Reddish was indicted on murder Gen Tele _._ .88 37'4 Anheuser Busch ... __.. 61% 32,400 TWA Wts32% off %

amendment program to builda Later It will be giving advanced Haydon Burns. charges, and following his Ga Pacif ,.......... .,_.. 1Mb S8H" Anodyne _._- ,..?...-...... 5 30,500 New Idria 2% up Vt Alachua County and the C

fourth floor on a genera! degrees. I The two top-ranking Democrats -recovery from the self Inflicted Getty Oil .10g 28'4lOOb Citizens Bank _._....... 37 23,500 Massey-Ferg 29% off % of Gainesville recognize National

classroom building conferred privately for wound, he was tried for the Grace Co .___ 574 Conn Lt & Pow _......._.u 38 Hel Curtis ._.._ ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS week, by honoring the farm
.80 18'4
The board also approved about one hour In the governor's murder of Croft and on March Cowles Mag & Pb _,,_ 12
For IBM .. .. 397,645 families of Ralph Brown, Route
_..
Registration 5.00 423 Purchases
office 2 1962 found by ajury ? ... 64',4
plans for the construction of Monday. Following the was guilty Dunn & Bradst ._.- _
B.
Int Min C .._ _. 1.80a 391.Int Short Sales ..-_ 3,225 2, Hawthorne, and James
issued without a recommenda- ._,11'4
the first three buildings which meeting, they a statement Florida Gas __ .
Brokers Course Tele ._ ..._.. 1.00 60V4.80a Other Sales 424,909 Strickland, 3760 SW Archer
ion of %
will become the nucleus of the saying they discussed the mercy. Fla Nat'l Bank .,__ 64
Road Gainesville at a banquet
University of West Florida. type of professional field that He was sentenced to'death Inthe Kellogg _.__ 52V. Ta Tele .. ,._,, 23% Total Sales 428,134 ,

Forrest Kelly architect for Last Day Dec. should be on the board, rather elecrtic chair at the State Lehman CP _...,_. 1.34e 32 Forrest Labs ................... 25 PREVIOUS DAY'S tonight.

the State Board of Control, than individuals. Prison, but on July 22, 1964, an Litton In _.._ 198f 74
told the cabinet that the three, Gainesville must register by "We know of several groups," appeal to the Supreme Court Lone S Cm ._. 1.00 21 Franklin Life _.._- 55% Advances ___ 467 be held at the Gainesville officeof
Marsh Fld _.,_ 160 55H' Declines ____. 681 the Farm Bureau at 6 m,
his Sign bee 11% p
said by> attorney, Greatamerican
buildings will be near U. S. 9C I December t If they desire to Burns, "that should make -
take I5 week contributions Scurggs, was successful and a Martin M 1.00 19% Grolier ._, _._ 38% Unchanged .,. 263 follows an afternoon tour of the
the Escambla River onsite a I a course beginning to the board whose
on of more than 340 acrei. here In January to prepare absence Is sorely felt. Later, w e, new trial was ordered. McG Hill ...........m.. .60a 37 Gulf Life ?????.?,,?.?.,......,.... 48V4 Total! Issues... ....... ... .._ 1,411 University of Florida's horticultural

The buildings first will bused e them for the broker's examination will get together on names." The court ruled that certain Mead Corp .._._ 1.70 50H" Home Ins __ .- 68% New 196M4 Highs _. ... 79 gardens green houses and

for both administration by the Florida Real Estate The appointments must be re evidence used by State AttorneyT. Merkd.. _..._. 2.ooa 47% Kennasaw Life ,,,.,,.... 9V4 New 1963-64 Lows ._u_. 20 the USDA laboratory
Natl AIr! .. ......,,._ .80 63
E. Duncan in the trial '
pic- .
and classrooms, and later on CommissionThe viewed by the board of educa- Life of Fla ___ 8%
NY Centl.. 514
just for administration. On also course Real Estate ion, of which Bryant Is a member lures of the victims and a confession .50g Lowes Company ._ 20%, 23U ;
Nia M Pow ...,... 2.00 56Mi THE NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVGS NOV
were Inadmissible, _.._..... .... 9"%
Electron
will contain the first cam Milgo
Practices and Principles, Is offered and the state Senate, which Norfolk W .__.. 100 143' N_ Tara Tt.a,
and reversed the verdict. .
..
pus utilities. by The Florida Institutefor meets In April. Bryant leaves office Reddish jury's No Ind P S ........_ 1.48 Oil's Mort Guaranty Ins 25 I Low Close Net Ch,. :
Kelley said the design com Continuing University Studies Jan. 5.Because Yesterday pleaded Pacific SW Air ".-. ___ 33V4 Z5 Roils . 146.7 144.41 145.J9 Off .59
No Nat Gas ..._ 1.80 59'.i
guilty to first degree murderof .. .... '\
bined modern with traditional FICUS and the Schlitz Brew 45'/4 904.U 9Ia.1J Off 1.37
( ) Is only I Burns takes office be- Z5 Industrial 916.4J ,
Olin Math ._ 1.20 4m
both Croft and Jackson and ...........
French and Spanish architec- Secur Life t Tr 60 I
which fulfills/ 517.8) Off ,98
one the educational tween the time of Bryant's appointments of Owens II G _._.,,.. 2.50 lotlil ) 50 Stocks 5JJ.40 514.17 II
to charge Into
a shooting .
aelghbor's Southern Nitro ,,,,,. _.. 27 I
for brokers
requirements as and the Senate session dwelling. Pac G.& E ,..._ .100 35 '
Travelers Ins 41
defined by the Florida Real Estate he could withdraw the Pac hung _. :2.40 52'v.'
Went To ChurchIn Patten the -
Judge accepted Union Secur & Inv __ 10
: Commission.Any names from the Senate office plea, and announced he would Pac T 4 T ..m_ 1.20 29'i Unlv Cigar 5H' STOCK FLASHESNEW
"m'"' ?h
on's registered salesman In and substitute others review the evidence presentedIn Pan Amer A _... 1.20 30H AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE MARKET

JcCrer the stale of Florida desiring to Asked if he would do that J If the original trial, and pass Parke Dav .......?.......... too 21%/

take the course may do so by he disagreed with I Bryant'achoices
sentence sometime
today. YORK (AP-The) stock
Time, Or Else! I submitting an enrollment coupon Burns said, "I don't t Named Areojet-Cen ._. ...._. 26% market showed a fairly sharp Dow Jones Stock Averages

The problem of getting par Commission to the Florida for approval.Real Estate ApplI--think anyone burns" his bridges KKKMaii Symonds Analex Corp -,., ..__ .._ 26% decline early this afternoon in Previous Day ) 2nd Hour i

ahead of him. Aqua Chem 14% boost In Interest .
churchon of the
ish members to come to ? the wake
Sunday was much easier cants may obtain coupons and Bryant said during the two To JC Head Aurora Plastics -_ 28 I rates by the Federal Reserve 899.29 |130 Indust |tp 889 62

for pastors In the earlier days other Information by writing meetings he and Burns discus Says Cherry Barnes Engineer ...?....,-.. 22% Board. 217.45 | 20 Rails [ oft 1.90

of Thomas Jefferson the Rev. John 1. Branch Jr., 808 Seagle sed some names but reached TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Butler Shoe. ...?' 11%: Trading was quite active but 155.17 I 15 Util. ( if 088

I William Shea, minister at Highlands Building, Gainesville. neither an agreement nor a dis State Board of Education named Chroma: lay ?_ *,._.,.... 15"% there was no great selloff on

Presbyterian C h u rch, Instructors for the course agreement. Instead, he said, Bombs Used Dr Merrill A. Symonds president Cinerama ,.... -.. .,..-..... 4% the news. 313.29 |165 Stocks | off 2.01 :

I told the Gainesville Exchange have been selected and approved they confined their discussion of the new Monroe County Computer Scl .. ._ 23"% The market was going off 497 I Volume 11,370,000 ;

Club Monday. by the Florida Real Estate mainly to representatives from JACKSONVILLE (AP-Cher-) II Junior College today. Cutter Labs A ._,,,..?, 16%' through its usual performance

The penalty for failure to go Commission. All Instructors are various fields. ry Klux bombs Klan were Initiation used In a Ku Dr. Symonds told the board he Data Control .??.,... .. 55%' after a rise In the discount rate, I Prices were Irregular on the :
registered brokers who have attended not dynamite spent the last four In administrative Fulton Inds .., 9%
to church was a fine for the "There Is no great urgency to years brokers said. Some analysts American Stock Exchange

I first offense, whipping for the special seminars conducted -make appointments," said 'Bry- says one of four Klans- work at Pensacola Gen Develop ........... ....... 4'% noted that such declines are Trading was moderate.
trial In the
men of
FICUS. on bombing
by Methods
of Junior Before that he
second, with possible death ant. College. Jax Mlnlt Mkts 1% usually temporary. I and US.
Instruction and course evaluation a Negro home. aid he In administrativework ....... Corporate govern'ment
sentence for the third. If a was Mackey Airlines ..., 6% Some losses were pared ai
bonda declined generallyin
Barton H. Griffin testified
have been the principal Mclnlosli Hake at Florida State University Mead Johnson 16"% trading entered the afternoonand
parlshoner spoke disparaging.ly reaction to the boost In Interest
he had
features of the seminars. Monday nothing to do
and Becker Junior of .
College Pac NV7 Tele 22% a few more plus signs ap
of a minister the penalty .
be the first Sale Slated with theft of dynamite or theFeb. Worcester, Mass. I Philips Elec .. ....... ..... ... 41'.1 peared. rates.Army
could a flogging 11 bombing of the home ofyearold la Its action the board-corn- .. .. .
SS Rep Visit Redwing Carriers The trend remained lower
and the
through
time a spike Donald Godfrey only 10"1 To Offer
rlslng the governor secretary RJc GrOUp I motors, steels, chemIcals -
tongue for the second offense. MCINTOSH The McIntosh .1 mi.mi.il IU-I1IU..I.J among I.
Negro pupil In a Jacksonville of! state attorney general, treasurer Sperry R. Wts. _... ... .. 614 utilities, nonferrous met-
No wonder Shea said, that Set For Area Civic League's annual p re- elementary school I Career Course
wanted the and school superintendent yntex __ .. 534'ampa als, electronics and mail order-
Jefferson
Thomas bake sale Is slated
Thanksgiving An el.lOansman. Earl Jordan, -ratified the nomination by the Elec 28T retails. An Adjutant Generals Career

church the to state.In be made separate ALACHUA A representative for 11 sin tomorrow at Bil- testified earlier that dynamite Monroe County School Board.A Tech Measur .. -.....,. 17% Tobaccos, aerospace Issues, Officer course, designed i
from of the Gainesville Social ly Brown's warehouse on US- was used In a KKK Initiation few minutes the full % 'mixed for U. S. will
talk about Jefferson's earlier TWA Wts J2 oils and drugs were Army officers

and a Shea noted Security Office will visit Alachua 441. Griffin testified that Jordan Cabinet. sitting as the Budget Valspar __.... ?.?... 7 showing I Improvement from be offered this year at the U. S.
life opinions,
and High Springs tomorrow. had a grudge against him and
McIntosh ladies hare prepared Commission, released $30,000 to !MUTUAL FUNDS; :their early trend. Army Reserve School hen.
the American founder was a
Dlest, meaning a believer In The representative will visit cakes pies, cookies, tried to get another of the defendants the Junior college from a reserve Affiliated Fund. ...... ... 907 I The Assolated Press average Interested officers are re-

God. But he did not subscribe the office of the police chief In yeast bread and candy for the to kill Griffin because fund for organization ex- ;Capital Life It Gr .. ?-,- 10.91 of 60 stocks at noon was down quested to contact Maj Jake

to the established Church of Alachua at I a m. and the High event All items for sale are Griffin h. (Jordan had) thought love his wile and .. 'Divers Growth _.. ..... 10"1 1.7 at 3300 with industrials off,Feaster not later than 9pm.
a affair.
'
rails off 1S and utilities off Nov. RFD Mi-
Hall at 11 11. 30 at Box 104,
England. Springs City a m. homemade. Did you have an affair with .

ordan's wife" an attorney Program Started in Fla. .7.The Dow Jones industrialaverage canopy.The school will be conducted

iked. at noon was off 3 87 at a non-pay" basis and U
Mar mlllU Sunland USF "No," Griffin replied. 88S,42 ttinelta worst loss of Ion scheduled to meet 14 tunes

Donald Eugene Spegal, Willie To Help' Small BusinessesJACKSONVILLE 4.497 In mid.morning. during the year.
Wilson and
I Eugene Robert Pitt-


Given Building FundsTALLAHASSEE I with man Spegal Griffin Gentry and are Griffin on denied trial along any Small Business Administration(AP) A'total States,mostly about ten for per lack cent of of planning the-! Williston Student Selected


.
connection with the bombing. program to provide volunteer For Honorary Fraternity

(AP) The -Authorized the division of In preparation for next year"1 I Wives ot Spegsl and Wilson advisors for faltering small business 1 ';

Sunland Training Center at Ma mental health to contract with 400th birthday testified their husbands were I is underway In Florida. Bryant Appoints WHJJSTO.V Noah H. LongJr.

rianna received authorization today Fryd Construction Corp. of MI-I -Authorized the University of,home in bed between 2 and 2')two months behind most stales 3 From Area I II I ., of WOlialon. has been elected
when the house
to begin broad constructionand South Florida to spend $31067 a m.
ami Beach for three lot-bed
continued to Omicron Delta
repair work. The Cabinet treatment buildings costing for equipment for the physics, bombed.A Service Corpe of Retired Executives .I Governor Farris Bryant to-: Kappa

also released funds for the work. $11 million at South Florida astronomy building St Augustine segregation*, (SCORE) was explained day! announced the appointments ,honorary' leadership fraternity

Topping the list was authorityto (mental) Hospital.Authorized I -Authored Florida State leader Hoisted R. (Hoist '' here by R. Harold Milby. of three area people to at Tulane I'nimsity.:

contract for additions to the University to spend $129,0(5 for! nary became the second M.'I'+I chief of the management assistance ,local boards and agencies: j
the School for the Long, son of Mr. and Mrs
Infirmary costing $46,545, and ,laboratory and office furniture ness In the case to refuse division of the SBA s Atlanta -I District five welfare Board

to the occupational training Deaf and Blind released to use f 16 for.570 of,for the physics building.! I II testify because he might incriminate : region and businessmanPaul representing Alachua County- Noah H. Long WUlistoa. Is a

building, costing SU.350. I money already and utilities for boil I Authorized sale for $1110 of himself. 1 1Manucy Miller Monday. Mrs. Harold Certncr. JM NWJ13rd [civil engineering senior at Tulane .

The Cabinet released I41J70'er plant of rehabilitation com lit acres from the Florida Invoked the FiTh I "SCORE la the profit proposition Street. Gainesville to suc He Is lilted i in "Who's Who Nr r

from the replacement trust fund pletion emergency. School for Girls! to the city of Amendment after a prosecutor of a lifetime for some interested ceed Mrs. Josephine Baumer, In America Colleges and Vol.ventLes" M7

for part of the work. program.At I Ocala' for a fire department sub-asked U be had a telephone con-!: deserving small busues- resigned. and is vicepresidentof

cash release, totaling the same time, the Cabinet station. The Cabinet noted that venation with SprgaL .' Clay County Comnunioo -
Another I ws, Miller said. 'As one business
the Oil :
= was approved for the center's authorized return of ltS3 from this would be of value not only Last week, WUUam Sterling, fails all lose of waller G. Odum of Orange Engineering Student
13. I we part our
cattle and swine program.The the boiler plant and utilities to residents of the area, but also Rosecrans Jr of Anderson, IndJ I soul and our money and our Park to succeed Louis Huntley, Body. Be fa a member of Delta r f +
'
training center In Lee funds to the reserve fund. to the school itself.: refused to testify on the same ,market. You have the cure In, County Tm Delta social fraternity

County received $J,,M l In cash -Released $18.750 to the St -Approved these oyster kases -'grounds. His testimony from an SCORE" 1 Clay Library Board'Tulane Student Council the Association

for a chain link fence to surround Augustine Historical Restoration In Brevard County-1$ acres'earlier hearing that ended la a I- Mr*. Natalie Platt of Green of Student Civil Engineers

Its swimming and Preservation Commission for Don Haywood. and five acres mistrial was read Into the rec- Miller said 400.000 businesses,Cove Springs to succeed Mrs. and battalion operations

1& o4 ar a tloa, U>Gbinet: for the second quarters work for Clyde( W Bates I Iot. fail each year In the United Dorothy Robinson, resigned. officer In the Natal ROTC.



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en "KALI" THE ORLEANS Trunks It-Work W/SNd ...... 54111.5 M 10515.,
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you cm Iturn Our trick Kiui 301 NW inn II It LtM IICUIU ::
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45.4 NW IJItl II. rHHIADVERTIII .0.51,0 tundllnt ton* MWKMltr ...
4. Mr tor HI RIMM tmown. "GATEHOUSERIITAURANT a McAS..NM 105 0550.01..1 ...,.... Ne/11 .. TO. OLD 101_ iruMnf ....1... .._.'". lun. NM ...
OVILII MlnltturtRICIWIY IN THt Jewelry Meng W111154MERCHANDISE "., PNSN I' 00/50, 1.15,45 500II. -M. tM? mi'"* l.MrlMkMd <.." Owl. p. o. Ent 141, 01.
107 W. Univ. Avo.OMn DINS' A DANCE ... ,. D. A WsMln/Nn' PI.NY ". II ..II.... Plww JJH1I4' CM/0.. 151105. No, 2003 11. NY.
Nghlly. DIRECTORYDININGMUSIC 0111.i Print 5/01017/ lAnl.N NUM555.
SCHOONERROOM WOULD IN. M In IMIM M MM HAMS. ADOlln'
DINING Bicycles M WirHMl 4 >vyM SUGAR i CANE JUICE 1 1511 _. III... Fy1., loll 10M.
COMI M tint mill It* mlK W54 -hi 0.145, 5 4oY IN NOyk POR ,..., M ....... >.
LORD BYRON'S 1 1V Sets Mldllntry 4 TlMII j. M. rum ".,.. NW N,4 ? 1"15'11. VIo' Mct50,15 055.0 504505 55 0011. MM05th
ITALY IN GAINESVILLE COCKTAILS tnlMInt' MtltrllllUAntltuM tivd Ptitnt PR >lmI 1 Plul' | PUSS .._ tmTV. -
Dint' .by cmdMlght In tht M>(MHil DUTCH TREAT M HNs1N51d 51511 '- 17 Work W.",." Mel.10T1510 ', ....... III''.' .10_. MH4 IIMntt

tlmoiplwrt, O ItllylMANARO t.51 w. u.,.. A... GENERAL GAINES Clothing Itty I,"..., Child! C.,. Mr 055 N_N01.N (C.tlt, .
"I RESTAURANT MIOCHWT'"I. "...
OPEN U NOUNS A DAY
iptcJiiiiM' .In L....... Pim, STEAK ROOM M MlM. PIT Itlta .rrn-rr-. '...:1N'b.Tq ,... tot 015NIN' wort 0.0q VALIIII It COMPLIT UHT
.d ..... .,. ... milon PMUN IANOWICHE1 ROAST ttl. 'HIu.,...U.*.. Prlmt md Owlet Cameras TrMIr' PM 5t is .t. N Mr1. PM 0N10q. IOpso0.0N .''I PATTIRNI III ....... MO tulllPv '
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:31I.MM Cloud AI........ PASTRAMI' on. our 0005 M.r11. Holiday '''' rl PUN OH 4 WMM >rt. Day or Sat. 1Jt._ --I
Ichlllt LtWdtdrw M tip 1 50 IWI H PR tt?... Antiques II lOIN Mirlm Ewlp.n WOULD-- Ie.... i I.............
HOT ROAST HIP lANDWICHIt SHELLEY'S '11 M kMp tMld'M; by;

(Now 0'''..ALAN. styli) N Will 111 W U.).. Ay..ItM NW lit Ain .. COCKTAIL Furniture It Olla1001450 Cimp' Hunt' S PIM diy In $5 nlhl'. 01154 tr WIN....'In_my...ntmi Coil .HOWI"l RIAU I IUIINI"IITATI IXAMCLAISII COLLICII 12 M. iI. Htmti Ft Stlt'
'>SI' for NIIVSry LOUNGES P 11 "140'.
MR. SANDWICH SHOP riMi/ilttl AI_....,. CONNOLLYMMJW
M Ctrtlyn "... HOMI COOKING PLAVORCrilckM Ptrty PickKM Storl PrtiTHI ." Livestock Wiitk.ch': '.. M W0 5.55P NOW 1'0IlM'NG.' IOINNIN4
Ml Pood ltriCompl.it .. CVPMSI LOUNGE RIAL ISTATI FOR SALE 051 S1., ..,. M .105. IIIpW DM. Ad .t PIll r MII Mtmt I<.... .... I t I .
ADVERTISE IN TIlE dlnn.n from 19 c.... (ittlc AtmofMllrt Mil MutllMl IMN A... W. UtllK. Av.. PR 4UW MWi 0150/1. 00.005 055050o
ft..vlrv Irwn PAM to t PM ......0.05 0'_ DiamondsFish N 1.01110 H.115M//5 1501 50TINY '.HIC-oor-- plus. 1 ,.., ft.....,...
SERVICE DIRECTORY TOWN HOUSI RESTAURANT OrtN1 M VIII LII. M Lit Mr wit t> 5402 KM 5050 Nt. A in 1 r.... 5.55. 101 NIN.. 5 0515. ......
nut IW llth It << NW lltli It P1 .7501. M W."ron'"f TOT fctw.1 P. A IH IM.I, jKkMIvlllfc 01 0..11. M U. .. 46' PA
Poles .H ', 1"\11 _
M MIUIH Mr (tit. PLAY SCHOOL -MOII.
TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE MClrUtM Mr lilt VIo" III p0. w M _lilt Real Estate Exam AVAIL MOMS.. .!PACE

Used Cars 11 Soul Irlolt l. II CS IM 05. P1 ...... COUPseATTINO ,...,... MoNIl. Hwnt Plr|
OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE ditntMlMl "; I MIlM' NorHI M Ml
N .( IlltH WlntKDili WOULD Ilkt, HirM cMHr.n N nrt pl.l 00.1 IrS' Ctilrm .. Nnrrlt. ,
CALL 3781411. Auto TiresAquariums Mr M "..... prroilt ntmt. PM| 1015 NW IN 114 Coil' $711", PMrt HIIMtIHIRA Mir
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< nti ind ink 0.0.5,530 MIN A ,
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CIVIL SERVICE lilt tr Ronl '.... dl ,' Inctmt'irml 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED It50111N110ol.' P4 N14000Sll00 .. ..Situ'*"*. "*" "***
dl 4 Ac..... 050. 54.15 A POn1. H. Mr

Sun Want Ads Get Results Row Boats CMtn4 Pr.lMy.54111RENTALS CMRI1TMAI IELLINOMnM Ads0.s S.Y 0.51055 N J5N5W0w14.55..155, lI' W -a I TrFc"MOB .

tar I tr I 50,50110150' HDSrNANO :f YIINO IJV I SJ
Golf Clubs UirHnf Nm. M Mr. ,1505./00..
01 CMrM .. Airy. Mr lnMtOr O5MrMd.. doll' 550000 Tra11t1. III HOMES INC.
Prtpinu ... HtrM.rl.1 (IU- C,.....
M CottMM Mr RlM III W. U0Av.. 055 iwiKint' MVMII .u....... CMM (HN U'h St. it 6'h k.
1005 TA'' Mt 5pr 0.t ; TypewritersMotorcycles 41 PlinillM Aptt.Ulfumlintt PERIINCEO HIM PTMMT, nut. .>. IH w. Un... A... 441 N tt City Limbo
It 11."t.\ It Mot It Pll.im, fn .UO See in tar bits buy In (MIIWIvillt .
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M NNM Mr Dtnl OUNTIR "IRk WMIM M tKitnti ..
Used TrucksRefrigerators' Unhim McMMry. Ptft I WlLeH MU'" .''I<<.k M.. will not k* undtrtold, conildtring -
RMM Mr RmlMMMIU :: '' I1.r. "'''. 1 Nr101I 0555 quality

W This Week'sLI ; MtmMn pint C....r. Nt hont till S. 50111.- -- 535500, Wm1,50. 2] V... Strvl. l.ptrltnc

MIN' RintillHAWwitM ..DOLAi; D LADV'ki'irM.7IMUMiMtMf : ;;: CALVM; tM4,i.II..T.a: OPEN" i AM i
t WNY 5. ... ..._ ... ..... CM)*** Ooirv PtrtfttoKwnt 0.. 50.5 _. PM
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Baby Buggies MtrMn Wv.. mm. T C. 0'.... noun I Clll 4111171 _. -
; a eitict ..... IPMIM M I. 11I_M ...... N. WANT TO KNOW" -MOW ttpwijMm. NOR rHWE

Electric Motors EUIIMM RdMlllSIIVICI COCKTAIL' 'WAITRESS" loos. 0511 15....M ":: TRAILER U,
Inmt: M HI *r*
Own II, Apply hi MrMn M '''''''' Pot t0. 0. MN 4 OHM CPA 511 01505 ..$ N'
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44.. 11..0. 154N OIl' N PMA. '.1551115 I A/5005/5 II' .. or _. .._
Machinery N 50405 5.P/Oy5O OtO 11,15' 111505 NN 110 /".rt..pl1511N.Sip. lit NW ,OM0.. I 55 5010. .....,.... ,....
l Ridlt 4 TV .....Ico A/5/N/a 4105MOTNli -lit-,... 01' 0450 : ':: 1100'S 5005014 lN Y

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Office Equipment PH. 154.5 tltlri vilry wtfl MMtMtlni Mr I::mlpmM i.OMAN IHRPHERO puppu. I i.-ulf "sat Ivy MI VI r. 150
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MM Mini PIE 1n u .N2Y. twp It.1.; '. W F. f:w .1. w
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C.II PR 1554. Mr .Ml ri.ENjrpupr :r 155,15. 1

TOYS Outboard Motors ..... AlC r f. ....* by MIN II /500555 M.MW 51101505 501NO .
ORIyDEADLINES 12 M.I. H.I, W...... Nilio M.ll.:... SIN. ro.. 4 Ml* S PM P5 ..
"'... tlud Oil' III IM"llAOll

Sports Equipment RIIAIL lALEkWlpplnt PUPPIET:i t.rtM"II ; It yor1 ;...5M'N' Ho..
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551.4.5. PSOO5.nt """ .. mt I dMr ntuno JAMir
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Nursery Furniture f_ 000 ,,,. 50'105A --luoculY, DElTaV- Mnt MH. Pit 47)IMMINIATUIE "SUVICI HAS WILT
...... Diy .457 .IH51.E.5S .. T55nH/50 1.14.5. '- AC-.U.. .. OUR 01j3lN553'4BAIRD

Vacuum Cleaners 5,. _..... 11.04/5 'U." ". .Aid I NMa A _
P.. .. N N N1 51.. w.4. troMrrMV ply .p.. lull I rat lid451151 055. 015/.. MOBILE
IMt m'.. trtll'l Mr. AId_ 04 ltd tnt mot *HPR
Fishing Equipment 1$115.. Sat. tr Mr ,...... ,,..... f,,_ $154 HOMES
O Ow l15NNN1MIS500W. TnNOkM ,... Ills .W CHIHUAHUA PUPPIII"SNNNi
I ,Oft. sat.IMm4.o. ... M005.Ms. III T5wp5. .. 00SM. 510,. AIIC .... W 0.115
Building Materials lb 1 SHoot ..... 450 Htily ""' -. MMt MM, I/Milt,
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Washing Machines ANTED Kitt pMae kM>-rMn md i IA91I IuPP151 Mi---..-.: II LOTS 1011 1ALIMtlWW
P.MKT OM
fAMILY RATES MV WM p4 s.
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(501,1501 .0754115 005510 "MII in* Vtr. AIM Iww Ml wt*.
Musical Instruments 11 0515/505 .. Ida 000T.i5 LIMo 454. _....... II 500 III 01400 .... 010 1 muss
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0IIII NsI N5N41MrNq Want Ads 440050 -. A50.55. ....... 4 Mwo ..04to.4.M5w05 .
Camping Equipment _
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s 00155. 05.15 PI V S MsCs ...,...
I PM 1.050 .55 0 05/5 I 505' _II. 55,1.
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's 5.W I .40W M h54lln1. _lit .4 lor 1014 5I ..... 31.5t. RAILROADSIDING'
4LINES cet ICRIlItsWANTED{ .

I5N 551 r 5! Playthings I Point I I t M. iI. N.M< '. ftl LOr
!.. M t llriM wdMtrf Mpt SAYS550 05..a0.15 III 0,405
.-..* 11405. *10 trdr.1 twi*

Electrical AppliancesDogs 12 point 111151(5...55.050Wh t5,41:45r': MMOM.m .

II 10 Cats Parakeets Mnst M I IkMt trtlntu DTP e W 50555.I'O00VS i7Tsi.T. eNe NiNbO w;
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12' WIDES 0.. ..,4051 ........
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II I $2.00 1 him sod !11 open I Nothing tcill sell it faster C nfr 2 BR under $4,000 -RIAlIORId 4 AMKIATEtj WC

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J YOUR SHOPPING IN GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SHOPPING CENTER


CLASSIFIED ADS


I Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up ex', ca.h Person to person ads ore for lion commercial users ..lIinllll.teliandill priced

I 1 10 4 LINES $3 .t $100 or liii action.with the selling price stated In the acl. No additional coati for eds that require the full 10 do,. No refunds for ads that


;:.... LAYS bring quicker

!I.j DiAl 378.1411 A Courteous Ad.Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.




j IS Ho... rw Slid IS H.UHI for Silo IS H.u... (M Sal. IS H...... for Silo IS Houiot tot Sail IS Hwiot fg Solo I IS HfHiPN fa, S.hfTRADJTIONAL IS H..., tg, Solo


53y3APPiNEI. & .. .11." NO IN NCIEOOY I ... CCI HOmf ONLY I 10)0.) Iron duonloov. oud 'v OWNOft 3 U. I born liOPnce lIt OUTSIDE OIl I linitI, 3 INVESTMENTComer 112' NW 5005 Sb. 5 II .hw.i;
THE TIME ly mont looU.S.laIl$00'0 ear lOll by $4,005 cash fI Unlv .Tot owner, I PP. t boot NIN 0.0000. lor tile or ..... Krooned m porch petle, lor.g8 I w"' ,..... 13.1I down sod 111 po
1 built In Mil oroo 015AIACHuA 50,000 on fer,". of 1501 400 to on I A. Refrlg t StenO. PolO ,.... P0 0.2531.SPACIOUS. pit IIM NW OPts II. New- lot 110.0 07 will mont tor "I ,.,
HOWE I, INC. 150 .....'hl'. an.'.... chiM price IU.OW tin, : .It molim ., berry Rd of ,..111..' NurteryComa dltto.lNotloPotoltilsO I On Porno lot. In" 005. PhotO '111015I.CALI. .
Phone '.- do.. ft per cent kllerei "out or call 17011/11. builneu Deilrewo Plnley ereoPor
IS NOW. ovary PUlL IN KITCHEN can ....,. toe tt 40M lv Urd It too WllHton 1tl4 N. W. SIts Street7i
:..... Model Homo IPM.-IPMH1IN Oponlnli Suj. I IR. Ito It"'.. MOO for (I Ioqulty 1101 Rd I. Contecf owner colletMeltlend You ought to too Ihll lorgo 4 I 0. BLACK ACRES > .nti comfertablo old, III II you ire kobIngbo'
Convenient .
j tram ItM thou PHA down pomonl !' _,.... 1 "both Jiomo In P lor loi P o rBeoutlfil k. town living 0 110 hoe "'., I. dlllor"" $
CwnniVcaot ethertooroom 5 or will' ...... SlIP NI fth londKOpod lot 147X1. Clean, I bedroomt S both homo CoIl Moo Corollno NoyotI7M3M With tango. bednoomo. 1 II"'
wim on ... with herdweod --. HOM. down Gladys Smith Realtor woN Oowia. bullIed bitclieo
37H M. will cone trade soy NOW AND WORK OUT THE Lovely neighborhood Over IMO op
::: Do You Hove I both' IUY tuiir IT sIr homo*.*"YOU, LL mod.ll II"'" H Nell bornot ebb .hadolly wooded lotS Cell 17141)1 for. AoptBURNISHED : 0r33 mon. Ind to,.. 4 'nou'..... W. Ava. rot. 004 Otto Volt. P0 3-0320.
lull Unlvortlty
TIMI YOU CAN IAVI tloM on lOIS
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"IICII. Throond Conitructlen
:: ARoom.Apartment. pocorIcO. 1 IR, I .both homo. Control boot. now under I FORDYCEFEATURES
I "bulll to kltchon, corporl and four bedroom one ond $105bolOs I I. MOVING OUT OP STATE IN 30 New
\ LISS THAN RENT I brtr II n ...,_ ..... Colt 7":121.: kKudlng, br..k....., colon A ts000yna I YOU MOVINO TO OCALA doyi itS I do not kitond to bore Brick Homes
or modern homo convenlenl neigh .It In Wettweed Ittetee.Weik Into "',. toot 3 00. I hottsCl ) trir.ir.rrW toOalnoivllle UNSOLD
I bornood. Low down payment tlquelllled BEST BUY fa ochoeii All city tervkea.loo ....... In cotoontoost NI .boo.lIe. Ocalo owner will being nil or trade furniture. HOUSE or move my III

= House to Rent? buyer. We hove trvereto at N.w. :Itth Drrvo. OtIS N.W. .. C"y OOmtlslted. thiS .lovoly 1 bedroom, I Hiedbathroom In NW _.Completely... I |R. I .Ixtrn fumlihed, olmo lie,.... F..t..
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Choow from COO ALACHU' sot monthly _nil lOOt Piece. Coll VI tS4l dolly or170tiui cod It,m. Cl homo. Lerge living .l H.Ihft
REALTY ASSOCIATIS 17H..I. 1 ........ 1 both .,"",," LOYI COSTII room .111.1. electric, itovoem OPEN HOUSE 4 H. Too new many homo nlco with tooturot control ondnirnlthlng AC

Another beoulltul Myrlck or' not to lop dining' room and ... In lilthsth Opocl.o5 to _..... DO 3 1 d bsdrsons. "IIIo'n' $1100,.
;:; REMEMBER- under canotructlm In Wfmberrt:: two porchooIN MCKINNEYGREEN you need monthly piymentiunder SItIng ..... PlonIda reM C_ M..lf1cont 0500.4500. 50155 otO 0worn call unleu you can affort NOT 1141mo 0S _'....... ...... VA III
x IfS tot 110".10111I enow ...,. 'IG "I bolUl. ....1., II M two I br I boIls 100 poyn.oO. 'HA town
iil.t... Add your decoritoriTor you trot .11 0 poymenti, Incl. Int., ,..... 5701500043tO
=: A rental vacancy $ouolt to lion-i. by cPsto1Uord = :Mil N W. SItS Street mi tics S IP.. I .bath home In fully I........... 101. C h 0 IIOltU homo with ovor IM. It. 'uliloIn HIM worth of llmoot now furn (1oobt. (0511.CI .
; : ,; .. Cell 172.OI1 NW Only 1150 down PHA. toneed soob ,.rd. PmI00 coon rongo loiutlful ltXIM lIons hcl waehor .
tot. Only 130100. Como MI dryer, otc
== COSTS YOU MORE Mrrldo "SolIds? 373.045 DEATON Only 011,500. Contort Lit W.lt' Will" homo 1-1 PM Sundoy, NovU down to water hotel and char tel' loolidors..Jni.:
PHONE tn1114 lI.w 57.b ...
,Glodyt Smith R to I lorHM for detent -.11..1111II. lorn voirtllof P11.0 5
P1. 3 b..h. ,'udY. doubll car.port. RIALTORSNE UNIVERSITYREALTY NIOMT' 101 II J471 N.W. M II. ,
-. 3 W. Untv.rilty Ave : DAY OR equity for now and auumo o a .. ttaull DAILy
than the ad that 'om. room "buPt-10 bitoliart. RHINE REALTY CO. INC. low ton, for ill,no. if Oils" ....... Call I7J.UII or 175-1710.
\ _,. 1,0.1. tOol A-C "..500- 3 IR, t..lr.n:1.: :: AREA P. 0 lo. 'IMI Ocoll. to you call 1714471. I
lit .121 $1 I..ft room Monthly oovmonti with Hill I boo ,_
: will rent Itl I IHora't 5130. Sn'ud .obIn.... MIAIV I."". heel, .-.... A.(. 111,too indn. Three I._R.Purnlthed t .both -MASONIVHOMI 111 too-. FRED room homo In N.W. lull ., In I
= .. Ml m. 4411 1C nth Torud Illl N. Molt, SI Ph 1714111 ovon 4 nnoo A-C unit, lots olItorioo
t* buy, nlc* to own I IP.. l.bI._. PR HtM.IEPAIN1IO (wood financing c.n'l 1)417 W M M...... Rooltor ARNOLD Down poymont tlwlblo.
I boih fl*. room 400 NW KmTorroco UMI I I. McLeugnlln PronkPoby CoIl ordvco- 174-I1M.
=: what your DIal .(..,.S' Inlldt) ond "out IIR UP.TOWN COMPARE
Podwood Roy McConn T. C. DoutJ !
.... REALTOR
for ippt. Aporoliol' FHA 114000. CCI homo. ISM for TIlls 111 by IM ft property lOhPO5USINEOI ,... ,. IXTIAISiHrl
:::: COSTS No ..._11'" Otto ro...... .... tlOOO oqulty SOt por month, Incl.1 ll for Immedlite, tele IncludM roII,.. ......
,I vacancy orol ..... to buy ,..... In. 004 5,0000 .....om..,. Por oil porlkuloro coll '1. U SO DOWN w.&..,. TV. ontonno, wcollonl

; ala NW llth SIolr MI;. PARRISHPRESENTS Drive by leu N I. imd Avenue ........,1..) ltd lorgo cornor M THESE HOME VALUES
;; YOU EVERY DAY WILL Mil for .lose mm opproiiwvtluo 'V OWNdI. 4 5*. 0 .both wIlts view tilt o...,'"? ot thIs ottroctlvo for mil 3bSb.thtoonmoIn
IKCCI
end only tltl down I cond, owlm. pool club rnonbtnhlp .. P. K. YONGE AREA 1 bedroom reildenci Cornel WMdlmtf TtrrKO. Cot PwdyciTORDYCE BEFORE YOU BUYSAV1I
until it I is rented oncollont. toeotlon m.nyo In Hlghlond Courtor M_ M....,, ) I. R. I both homo lcollont complete' with range. relrkjere.
>lro fHluroi calm V000 '" end condition RMionobl dl..
: ,.,. MS 41 mo.llth OPiP NI for, outomille dllhwoihir
f .'IIa Nl Ull TOffOCO T.". PR '.1"'. down poymont ond torml loiit ....1 ... olr conditioning unit
Suy DibeCt" POOM 51)11050 701 I W. Hh It Shown Dyoppoinlrnoirl. PROUD TO POISON Th II PHA guollfled .buyer con purchOM !
..:= I IF RENT: YOUR LOSS Prim :roduud no ummlHlonID I $250 Down now lining two ilory homoproitlgo I. with 14 per cent kitereil AS50CUTIJ, INC.
I bolOs kitchm _I....., neighborhood., Aero Lol. with model monthly poymentiopreed Grove Fordyco. PoiltorRIAL.
IS: PER DAY IS: FHA or VA 1103 Nl 15th TorMuojl : $46.50 Mo. ACCENT ON VALUE Pour bodroom. .'" Mth. lorgiliving over :30 _ro. Period ISTATI CONSULTANT
\ == litwirdi Inc 174TtTIV II hit till .locitlon-rignt by lltti. room with flroploco onhovo d"III" condition InsIde and .." .,.... Dick Sank Proncoo Hough BUY YOUR NEW HOME
..,.. ,...., Khoo
L. noor Itovhon wood School 11. R. I "bitfii' Plan t. ditlme 50th Jo..ft GouldM Horvoy lontonI
: 141 per ..... .. era per doyIN OWNER booulHul. homo tram for In NW Mctlon-MK floo,.. Small mom kltchon comblnntion woll to woll corootlng SeW TWO.STORY IAROAINLecoted C. Gay Dudloy GouldonW DEFORE DECEMBER 31
Solo In NW Mellon 1 block tot. concroto booN comlrucllon.l .
r control hoot Only II44M orilo itudy pluo o booty Plo.. near unlvenlry and ihcpIng n. only 17H134NIAR :
.. Myri Torwllllgor ocMol Moot Monon .o of 7M NW Mlti PianO, pit Con M PHA llnoncod You center thtt I bedroom homo _
.. .
.. Its day Ida
per per oil PP.140M mnoto with blr.pboo. T ft ISN.tno SCHOOl t ... I boIls Clhomo AND SAVE YOUR
.
to bo opprociotM PR .2.tW.,_ W. WoMmoPoollor mould' Invi.ilo.ii "Mtoro you buy I. ... you .110014 ... II lo neet and chten. Preme conItructlon -
III) N. Mom II Cill PR I Ml'. Pull price 17.IM with no down poymonl till mo.ly .
II n *>
HI par mo ? fir / you l.oAIng' for at OOOC.4 no owner. Colt PR .4471, HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
THUS bedroom femtty room, Ipso 0s.to. ........,. down peymont o nd
140 par no. .. It OS per day located on ''aroa cornorlot. I* AT LAST ASSOCIATES SM.M per ",""'h. Why ranlf MARY MOELLER. REALTOR
cOlant .,.i0hb.rhood' 000000105'l, J. Prod Ouy Joyno luttirworfll.ol. NEAR UNIVERSITY Lo ,tMporoto '" Olt. W.Utit._ A..._ PR -447l .,.........__""mulill MOWN IV ADVANCe
lot per ir... .. a." par diyI7t to wOols enoMlna. PHA IV DEMAND t. W. Dooms H J. WlltWiln' OrIoN hoot.. morn. lIvIng root, 1414 NW. llth AVI APPOINTMENT ONLY
financing. i Jomot CampenyPhono Multiple LIstIngDUPLEX dining room, 1 bedroomS Central' heal ond air conditioning, Tho followIng pro ready for 117 I. Unlv Avo
Idwordt, Inc. hot rotumo
J>1-> Hugh Wall to will carpeting living' L.,.. camfortibio homo for
par m,. ,, HM ptr day to Norlftw.it Ollnmlllo. 'I hoOts nod tkO Plorldo Room .: NEW Icd000rncy.
a $0, oarmort, dCS. 5 .Id, A study which II completely' prvote area and bedroomi Car I I.... family, 4 II. d
II WITH "
,.....
.. MM dey T.1hm. Locotod on a labs wooded garage. sarIS of baths up living room family
VI m per Sultl-in-kll. OC10PP4OCY
: per All brick' frontt MODELSNow <72< $.W. ISth .
.. ... 1.10I d0S. .nd at.Unr. 171 lot ..lkl.. dlitonco lo U.'". hornet" hendumely iltuoted on o W.y p. ,, peTIt?, dInIng roo.o.
""'- oaop.rml. .. H 44 per day p.r Alt. Oumolloro 00011000. Real plottor wolloI lily (4 ,,,,Id.. hill tide SIlo (yet S lied....... tbethil (Country Club litotoi _. .00.00.4 porob. u.
l'NW C Torrauo 004022 $1000 DOWN win "'y thIS .lmoc.Ito. Children con walk to Lit
4 .
ism Tor. CollJ74tm.UV Opait II. ft "bunt rag Plo. kitchen, to boot down, com.
P.nnio c.Ntn005 S bodrtOm ntosoony 010100wilts LAbS PAMILV lull the horn. 5100004 .... W.._ 50150015. rm and additional _
,.-. HI per me .. an par day DIRICT PPOM IUILDII 5.44.4 tootS 0 qnorttlly tvuott'i II SITS. 4 bedroom, I both, fomlly roomchlWrono S24.IM with Oil, ,.,..... Doily 10-6 area. otter.tilnmont kinvry lately" aIr conditioned allbuilt
.._1..I..., Porodo ol .,.. many In ecpllonceewondorfulopportunity
no HIM Air ._'". CALL U. PCI D'TA'L" In Village G,...
.. MM par day ployroom flroplocoliving feature Very owluilvooectlon. for lice .,
IM par in* llton.S T" 0001010boone III1M III.071 SOUTH IDLEWILDTremondoui rooming
with ....1.... tlnonclng room, "beeutlfully' lendKooed 17000 dn Sod lift ....... Invulnoard lot-
S ond 4 ...""" Mod.1I '7110 DOWN bully' S bedroom ivt 4 bedroom I boot Colonial and
M ,., ... .. N." ptr day 1310 N. W. Nth Avonuo. HuSh both tplll level m....,, homotocolrd yord.IXCILLINT homo for large family PanelledIrectlvo OnIoN contemporaryetyjoii and 51005.S ptr montn. will, dittuuother "' .''n... property Lot eo.proKlmalely .

Idwlfdl Inc, 174-7t7l CASH VA M tilt NW Sectlon-ONLY no......., booitltn. 1o,1d. room. 'ull' III kIlcIron. I bathS.POInIIV flnenclel arrange1310 Ito I ISO1-onon
'IN per ."* Nil per diy -YOU ASKED $100 III1M.IAT "", 2 bedroom. 51100114 porch InsIdo. u'"lty room. lCm000Odporch. -.IL' c0000m101lof 0105072 ....,.

PROM homo priced soIl with low .,... front All aId NW. 21th A.
city i 01000fi1000S pot-v. ..
378.1411 I bedroom houu on ,.". 4000 0.4 lmntodl I How Oi.on.ol.ry 0431001 el.. "by. 1IIIIIIIIIIII1II..I.,1IWIIIIItI1III. ,
CALL FOR IT! .$750 CASH FHA. well lendiceped tot .loot 11% mlloe ; s.rn'.ol. Price 103,500.ARNOLD. 04'I.astif.bIy 4 .... ivi bithi. IIOM do.,
occuponeyNIXPENSIVC SLOP pottn... 57000. ...
It do.
lollIrnOn at m.400 Icons ..v.myday from OolnoiylllO. OWNER WILL londKapod.tompietoly
TO PLACE YOUR $65 MO. ... pmWo PINANCEI alACK ACU'. T'odll'on.1' 2 .UIIHIJS O"'ORTUNITV Colt new detigm, ISViOicOSolliO 5131 no. NorwoodHope

... olio building on .booutlful room. 0 Selh Some wIth 51019 Ill, w. torI KuirIl. ... .
SUN RENTAL 2&3 BEDROOMS .45 In w.'morlon. MOMS ON LAKE 4 bedroomM root s0 p.nat. dOllop mcofll toont.il North Nl. loss Street toN 1300 N.W. 21tk H

-, both contemporery homo onlake room dolts biropIovo. ....,. I. nib. Avem* 0 Turn I I"*., t bathi, pool do.. 1111
S Oorogil 4 Corporto lust oulildo cIty Ilmltt-Rf nrod.rms "0,1111 ''n kltth. Celtmol, runt per 000004.
WANT ADS "....... willS HUGH Ducn TO 13$..... .*,. REALTY COMPANY .......- I71-I17e
Mulllplt Lilting Member TIJNW, UthStI
Pormlco coMnoti'
lull!.In kltcnoniTorrouo EDWARDS, LAbS 0 II,1 4 bedroom hoot ItIccoiloof f bedroom horn lit W. Unlv. Avonuo 1711311 IR, bilht m .... 111? "H" Inc.
C floon Senlino. 000400Mu07 M good condition. lined IAI. A_'.,", Jono Coldwoll so, mooth.
IS He.." far Sold. 0 lath vmltlio, INC. SlLLI MAX' U. AN 0'" Wool. tor homo bvllnon.IW Jim' Shepnrd lob Kalkmon ..0..1
C All City ulllltlM 1927 NW 39TH DR. Pill ,. W Hodge Jimmy Green 4120 NW. 19Ie 0,. .\ Trade Homes
FT3IALE Four room t.nratrout. lldowolko, LISTING Almoit MW Ike* Walter StoddordTI. I I in t bethi, tin do., 073sortIe.
.. Mull .bo moved or tern 376.7971 John Merrill room t both controlly .......) or
Property
Km.il It..... kxited lira .d. .. end aIm conditioned homo on lirg
Mock I I both Irg 4111 N.W.I9h Dr.I .
kilt Wont of ACL P.*. Contact $11,250-$12,550 OCALA .. .. .,. tOO X MO lot In WlmMrly ...
ooot.hs.ot. .II.1. panned 51.10.0.. ... ALL
1350 d.. .01 OUR HOMES AR|
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0. H. Turner Agent ACL P.R.PR k tomlty room with fir. Realtor "..... lull!'in kitchen vnlti.NIVIRSITV .
big OPEN moo
pot- YOU TO IN
1IMISPACIOUS $100 CASH VA -. I'.. bond.In, boCi yard Multiple LiltingPhono ACREI Now _.. JOY SEEINO ANYTIME IP .

t '1. cci homo. .bum PROM .11I.1. 410000. 335-040 0, 444. PR M'''4 lido ,." ,I..od ..bdl.'.,.. of ocr. YOU WILL JUST CALL.

!ln-kll.. PI.. room, carport 11900Hully I.... AiMCIoletMarcella' loti Povod '''''. Inildo loll (p till S E. 4th ITRCITP !
and loom ever "povmentiC $395 CASH FHA Pardl! UtM. co,..,. "150 Oulildo, city, KealtfiiiNw ,
.il' '". MM: w M. Km A... Open All Day Saturday
II HUGH .. P.w.n I I*.. I Co' ; 0 ,

| 10., Stool wit' Pit. room, ..,. SPACIOUS Homo by owner, lowdown M.M.PARRISH ..th, .... floors( .." .rI. 1Jm8tMl // 104....... o/ Hoe,. .1I4m
port Nlco eullt kKOtlen tlMown EDWARDS payment. mult bo teen to .
IM. up pevmentl otwt be ....ocl.1III ot ISiS Nl Cot c.ntr.1 boot full brick Mdie. iMtnurfour
per and me nil NW Mm Avpnono <. INC. It S ledroom. I bothi I.... living 0 wooded lot. 1514 ledroomi end Tw. Awclgrl.ii ., Galnetvlll.

p14.00111. JUST OUTSIDE CITV LIMITS room lop nlng ream,. NW. 14th PI 14000. ..Ih.. Itll MW. 17thIM.
H E. l5Stro.ta.5N > IR I both homo feetro nerdwood floefl. ond lovely tor.roce
Ipecleut Iviir 1964. Smell
PR omlos PR 1-Htl, alt $SOD down. $1(4 por
SELL AT COST ...ot. do or
E. 28th Av. Iv cr00 001500100 AISOCIATIS INCH .
,. .... .
Lovely, ... 4-1 P. Home I In MolereOordene. 376.7911WIiTWooD large 'living room. modern .niPM. -- Wovne Hill Helen Orihomorolvn month.Toko Dw Pticdfl tor
J* ..!. S of ..m.... MI kitchen economical RIA alee-, Pooloy' Mary Perrltht Quick S.,..
.. 441. leaulltut wooded loll for ..... now I: ... I IrIS power. Largo room con bo JWK Nl Pint Street To 17151 Tw. Choice LoN Everything is
Mlo, Drive' around any tlmf. 1'* both Colonial Control K-C. troll. uied ee .Iv,.. recreation moon -
OJ34 or 171-H. ... ol till NW list Or 1101 Mrmo. Mother.In-Low wing' Largo lot : your cholco .. .... fronting on llth Jlreet
731oo,3d000n piymonl )ninor Call ut for ami ,. m thIs doilreblo 372.8404 / I 6 4 lodro.' Modelt. In 90 poouliful brick. sod Hit Avenue. Lock.Ing .

I IP., m bath C.,..,....wilt.. family properly LESS THAN SHAOOWLAWNISTATH Ki......" bomoa for omo., loco. NEWondTROU&LE.FREE
T.r *
room In dorM NIN LOCATION for only 111.SOON
Comor. tot It iaN ,.... Inclrof 'MPICf POR IAP.A1 FAMiLY 125.000.IAROAINI etd 10,14400 tOO 441.0100, llroi Honf Look ot hotel Hoi

., ....., oulo w.....? onddryer. LIbo 01 sMALL no,.. IOPOKITYrontf .510 "I .ed...... KM down, 171 per bedroomi manor It anlr large f. D OLIVER homo Ikot would .. feedInvoitment
,.
114.loo. M .- Pour lot bA.ft h_ In 00501(5 month Mel IMtt C kit I l. > two balhi. central hoot. porno.ioots. OPPIRINO $9,000 to $30,000 proporfy In.
Norlh....' 1..11.. no,1III. I "h In 5004 ..I.h..... ",,''d. ....... .Solo Inkite. Individual Ityloi For You 01..4.
50, 50th. 0000
.V OWISO0 Torm N. W. Iad C. hood'Largo living, room dmlng .... 4.00510 carport. Ii's.olilItt Well plennod living, amos
.. ,HA 5430 door. )
.m ceiling. Th... ... more .rg
room oak ilrlp" floor coon.bOmI000 room Sod 010015 0100, mony in brand
Quollly xotorlol 4 work low home.
N'lI'h
577a3 00.000."7"'$00. 01 161' mw .!h... bodroomtwo Kmoood ...", I.... lOt WIne. map """ will 1100. 0)miniAip Os .1 .notl.bto. a new
It. botn brit homo. OPOI,... Sy .POI. ..I.,. Lett got together on true A community you would .bo No Money Downon JACK DI YOT.
...... 1bathi. 0
IN PiNS PORIST bod' dining room "..,I.co. 111000Tormt one
MM <>". and onumo IMon. N W.33rdCl. sPLIT LlV.L lie lIving room.tornIly MOST attroctlvo and .IOH than lit. proud to live In lot Rdfllt...fl IrokorI2SNW Move Now
peymenli l.* t 'Inquire olUI4 room. "04311.11 Oitc000. 3bodmolunI. PM ... Throe bedroomi. two bathS. Drive' wnt on II W.. Silts. your lithStrgof Before
NE inn Plata I Now., $5.0 now. .tIIl 10040? 00th.lnpcll,0. I bolOs so ftlll.'n' of.Ch.rmIitnl NW Plorldi' room fireplace. wallad Avo. poll Iho Olen Spring m.toriectien 372.215MODELS
CIIIM Tn," trolSortS 511.305 WI,110.00lm" patio" ...,........ Occupancy Sue iign on Mr).
400,30.05.NW Nth, Scar Tor rporl.l0 down lo Ill.000. N. W. Jlrd'ctMulltul I...... CALL alter 40 doyh ly Oppolnto0000LITTI.5W00 FR 20550.EARLY Monthly paymentsat the Holidays

qualified buyer WIN, ).PMA llneno* Aero L.... N. W. ttrd only ) area wllh poulblolarge little at .
I... StOOP por mo Seller pay
Cl.P00505. 378-1521 0On, low .otto dIned. from ow_
doting.' colt. COil 171IMII tormlng for "',.. 5041000.0, two ..."'.. AMERICAN $56.00
001.S 01' HOMI MODSL living room. oak II..... FIREPLACE HOMEAll ALL CITY SERVICES
II CCI ........ olr" ...... ...,.... ......'Y. 'On ..... Myrtle lailltor 0..1... end .....on! porch ....... S..I o.w h..... "dy
pool m.ntboroitip. Sf ?, liitviand, Wm E (Rill I Horrlt AHoclatgEd Mile, Comlortable, Available, brick interior raitedhearth 1".4,... .. ... Now ;
:: Far .u,
mil p0? br.. S.. at 55 T. It zroiuosp. lultli, A.eocletoKM RIIK1IOI area and a varymoculeto tireploco paneledtemlly Open FERN WOOD
,""' B,. ., ..n -n,'*. 1 4.2140 I, I. lit It till toO0O71 110m. .1111I. too.Opoolooc room .built-in kitchen MANOR
roof'. Ihmoogliaol. ..... with ......,.., Sir THE JAMES CO. I
condition three bed- lovlihly' landKaped control Northwest
....... toe ,,"'.. 00501105 heeling o> olr conditioning' 901 W.M. M 12,250 UP I
Lj! OC. 5 .aO"AIC harlotS '100'.. Out of town iota. deed.end .._. Cholco Ph... I72.2S27
owner will _.,...? your N W. area ....Uon! termlivoiiibio.
.":II 1.1\'W'III\' lm. T' .. A I> f. A" A I> At"OtC.I "'''' h.nl... 172-C44I Estates
fcj.w. $400 DOWN FHA
> A"'T lvJld.n ..
S. Kin,...", HomM NOTHING DOWN VA
ACROSS $0 .. N.S 011.1 I KIRKPATRICK roraa TiJima .jonn Cu..... hilt ...... r*.

1. Rulli. 32. DI"'fllod" I 1 '" AS. I( A 65Vtgor Realtor I IrrictW I $100 Closing Coif

5.Daocostrp 34.Skfut II N. Main St Phono PR I.MMAISOCIATIS
311. Wool ofF L445k.2II.L4W.f I _, T I : McCOY'S ....tlfully .......o] lot. $7C"
C o Plovo" M."" Irene lunnellCept I /J
11..llylikl 37. SII.afTc11 Co. T A. it A. w 1_. USN let 1727070 All City iojrv.fil.iMogN FROM PER MONTH

plant I'Bmd (I.j4tJJ4.4h T. I I Love Klrklend l Ion arlftln' MACOMA

12.S..Jo. 55 A. Lt'1U OPU I wteiimentole WALK TO SCHOOLS

U.1Iooutcll..: 43.DI.coolIo. T C. 0; r-i Ooinotvlllo I nowoit .no) mot* HOMES INC.
l >Htiouo .ourtmont k 4ldiKf . ,
F -ttt'tr Noolbiwsat ,.. A BR Brick Front finishinl
T r. TO' .. .., S I 0.0.0. 00 oIls I Colonial. Now
U.OhtdoC .
U.1ndo-Chla. ) rly pjcotod en tho SasS
wnnhlP S Irt MI. to T 01" Ib LAKESHORE THE 'JEFFERSON"ocery ueo ot N.w. ion Itreet Price $15.825. $625 Down
na 550 MocM loetoj of 5.05. ItlllAvonyo.

15. Cnnllllll. 411. Cupe II..... SOLUTION OP YUTIROA ,unun.1fd mm' TOWERS coloalol 00.00110 .
49. [aUnlt ...
1111' ...... I. 1111.1 wIlls DIRECTIONS' Driore West
17. Holds 50. Bulbltk 2. Ardnr t. [...per.. oool.oc., lor OmoONS. ..._ orl 16th A'I. Turn
18.YII. .1ftII 3. II.hdnl Sloe NOW LEASINGr popery living Noixo no well WALTER STUBBSInc. Lift on 38th St. or 39th Ttrract.

5t.Nathlnl bos4 10.R.lllci a o P .1.10.I warp area with
19.Worthlal aundry, kitchen, ond pantry
Ictcg0 52. Coovo too 4.laawia. 15. AIUna 'bob hondy to tilt eorvlco en Butler BrothersBUILDERS

23.CnMpla& limber lul.44009S 20.Coo.sosssto. trance. T...., are throe bedKllltioi -

3&Breo2o$ as. Soa fila!" eo.Prayol osdebsy '_ wIlls plus 55000450 two full (00510 fed Phone 37'-5394

DOWN -I 21.VncIcaItSQ. baths 5504 0 SOtOrOto 010400 "
100* 1.Sclvsuloi 7.OqonWol. leo.low roe M me manor ndto. it "W tre" h.u... DAILY m." l NIGHT ITl- 04lWhat's

ao formal living roam WItS
3LP.xSoSl _50I00X a.1aInpIci Jf.DoIItaqel, 0 _ole dining room pkiafomlly a I .
*010. room win) flropUcoond

l IJ If / Ii" IIT r 1"r beautiful harry paneling I
TM "L" mope of tIll home
o- Msi1i with Ita attached two cor go-
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t2 I"I J More ThanA
skkssmer rove and roar pott* will Appropriate
:& 1Uoo.o.rrrtl mOOS I delightful." P.... It
1"Ij I" live.

I? I"1 7 7' 27.Meol$ FPIIOs. eon NW Win .... Home of Your Own for Christmas?

211. BfcSlosu r V F Th. Charming

I"IF 3. 4' l.a iT If 29.Clsoer > FEATURES INCLUD.rSwlmmooj RANCHO GRANDE
; r. 33.:CoIdawoJt Im".eliotIOccupancy$13,400 to $18,200
rl RecrNtMit ROOM 3 005.10.0. S 001115' 04110.
41 23 lid : : 'S. 1\na: 0 Ami o* P**MI 6000140 Central Hoot lenity room. Hying room owing Cf 5..1.1 Models. _
prfS. tooth 100dooms perovel Boor Payments from $79.34
) Alp C.nd. 0 FooliHetJrorogo
Launory
iT 3A J' Co*** 015114415. 5452.0 I'%
DlatlDCtlytdoctrlDft
r : loxkorg C G.riMg. Dr* Ckutt 5.005. NOTHING DOWN VAIJIOOCIoiiriiCoits

J. .1 11 JI S Pored! Pdiklntj Arrci 0 Lighted S 40.lalnleece f> I llovotnn ( )
TO lUILD" prestige address
Al. Lacenoord7 PUNNINO
;- : 37 # % J If. 141 U 42.5bad.uoro r'iHONE
376.4456 ntl.
4 Let M gone yIN art
.. 47 43. Crp pore -
II .4 I male on controxtinfl vo* HIGHLANDCOURT
moos I FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT cwrorn horn.CdMG.roUlo ..
"7 .1 II iT 44. IitttliMptlirg I 124 Neon $.rv4.e> now V O McCoy _

: I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 Til 5 DAILY Day FR 6-7290 n.. MANOR

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... 'aT 4i.rroitcruci. 6-6302 15... Off*. N t IlroJ IKeJLinti

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-' ... Sl II Root bur Wp... 41 Caloric! Property 4t i.aos.buboot 66 Mls.. Psi Silo 71 Mmlcdl Morthondlo I 'T-- ---

FIR Vows twuod 1wMorools. "" FIUWANTEp I) Aotomibihtt. fp 5.4.'A IS AdlvimbkllM IM Solo I II'J |I It-.... |. SOW Cant
.. .. is 10 lWiLiii _va ," LARGE 1INCLI ROOM lor ..,k. 0 ION. Tout Air ...II''."". ThO NEW "HO UiED PIANOGIo91cOIOO
Volta.d, OIls .11.. outsldsf 0mm Sr without ....... WIlVIn blOw CC5 __ wts booSt. It,. mon. Woolly OlIO" Sorolcol Soil. uOld 5 Coos 130. .... Try 01 boloft yw buy Our 0 D. H.ROIOP OLO3P3. _;.r., 570. 1'\1 F.tt1175. '13 COSVTTTU 511 Sop ''' '
city Ptwoa 17..1.IIUO' IS onlIss It, GamnslulIlo, roll 375. 10004. SrI Sown paynlull. Local' 004 at _.......... 414 HI 34Lcd. tor Sill 55115 May P 5 I 05 (,nM w prfcMto. Mil, ,s. tanlirt sir Mod. Uo.4.r loco 'III] ....d union wmjon, lilt $05 345 $P 15.001 opsado nt.So.

foully room. I IN, I both, .,4'T7ar 111,15 m H. lynn "vo M N.I. BMi torr.oytftno. $734150 or 375005.NICSPOIVATI 371 aSia IriS torlooewg tory sttrosnt. WIll 11...<1. *511' toll PMtloo I1M 'ItU ChovroMb : MISS" St P54410 or St ._
wnud book .' -. M, MrC00 Soltilwo oroomllrwivlllo PR I1.M 11151 I PM.Polo I1M. Al HoMM lor. lioiion, Ion'or.iloCI.. ovonlnqt.IM4 .
cornor coo I* Out PUF.N ROOM F0 IM Mod ot _tint or ItioM ,I
.f T.... Muik CtntorIUIW
Ftvportyroomi .
boot polio, Mr" COM. pool nto.nub.nStiI. OlOVta 375.3515 prlvolo SatIn Sod prlvlto ontronc woo Ills to 0,1110 SIlo 10'. 51,00 Unlv Avo '14 OllUlo i 1r.L MO nary PI ij 4411 ii _- MSI or .IMI ALFA ROMIldIpyitor
dropory root "."" M Coil 11I_ Ml NW IIAvo A TV anso'wnsrt ISo low ,
PRANE II loot tn 3431Automotive mlhMM o.ctl cond. I't ...ft1ro.oooS. oond bMlt
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chlnp coblfwf ,...,,/ ...,.. In" 55 I scrso HOUUE.lsstood I ..... porcnT Lora WIng for y..". Foov N tmtolMtS. ,. '". worronry Ion |m. Molly, ftWei 1041 IMPAIA 010101.tupor d weed' I Ic 50 W. Only, ,.... or Mil It

,I'.., IV*. FR Situ?. tXM Nl urn OIls Croll City boar, Old loon,, "11-&. C.II I ot.lobs kotooobol al WI Sr rltll" bcytns polIo.sonar'SI Call CLEAN. QUIET ROOM N. Moln. Ovlno,. nan.IINOCR. HorlK., | All lilt 0001101,0 37)tan pop. SlOt "W 111ft I' :. COR Ken *t ;*;;,. Od"'Wi'iL' Coo. ,. ",11I1. .....

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01307 -
"HIII. For bunotomon or upcor class
ttl.OOtI5 lhl..nt Clnor-In. 374001' round bobbin ilbdlr 'ot RAINSLOI, Aroorlob cosoo, : 4WO TRUCK oeld, :;lor 17 Ast.osstut.o W.","
y/Mt t> .OW will buy I br I 40 lunnnl FropirtlnBUSINESS 41-1 COLORID RENTALS porloblo, owilppod W III OaO. 00000 0. 57 How to.... ball..... hunting d Dug lox" butt, on.
both homo vim, study, com boat ntSlttInaInO, .oarrasl. 5l5.11. .'''' 71 TRUCKS FOR SALE Unnolloof. root $473 'Ga IW1"'U. Out trent cenlrell. toll lot tl .
SI Mi... ..,'.1. Cab> "010150. OWW 50015
A-o; boiuimjiiy' p ntiod I. LOT NOW RENTING or loncy ""..... I .._to. ISlh Pb. _74| Nl 111'_Av* .linylln' ....._ Al tlsrOtiO 55.0
Mill 17 M Or 141 CM*. OOOtOO IMMWln '
.IIftflrtllIOCO. Hi book 'Oil SAIl 1001 141 'an 01,00 IbIt
COIOR1D ullr. modem 2.. *.. IKAILtR SPACE PlVMOUtM 4-Mar ........ loll IUICK Di los 5101055. III 55 4W I'.
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-_ 541.11.0- sq.ipCsd Mm XJNIO A I. 131 toot Mooning' So | MKhliw C Photo 11. lIneS, 21.11II .511... pool 5,501'lb. .I : :.oc..J .
>. itInta. ho.or1 Ma Coup V4, ,
Inert wtllleII.
> KxrtmooH. Iota lilt.
-- living PM POR ION Mil.
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hop. and o part NW, Uln Itrtot, ISO Hot los .bsar, 01305 0' 501 St 1421Nlytl11.or FrTVttll -WANTro-
Clew, 1Mb. cut 1. WW tlrefc P0. It'll,
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; 1 hiuloti 51.5 OIodsyn Ultnhso WItS 1M MONTH alMa
.-. bus I Ct0001L ad.Olsistondin dopth locitlon .hi im Mock I .... 10'" otoran .0105.11 Oornor Nooks,,, Trollor Pork Plaltotno rock... IJIo 5505 '"S.ISIO ,alb FR l-ntl. I PM. eel boltS Sold OttlIr ..",. '
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I.nd.ca9lttl ,lit II IONIO IAL I Clown UMd Call
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In UNUniversity .
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H' 11 Tor."ICI" can
200 toll tior ....'.. blOAt of II. dim A... P,..... or. loaro end hot OIl.. Oats boIls..hooter Sparl, Mat' ""''''!'Y. P'l.JI.A '. II Mcttxtydi > koat.r.p.1173d I... CH'V.OlIT ...... iInj, III* wn Phono* tochxy J7MJ ouerontM.>I. one Bob Adomi. FR 27528.t.fl .
tow to focM bALl. II 00 lImos. owner.
'O.OYC' "OCIAT"$. tIC.SIALYOP lOll lotus. Par loll ,., aaaio.5. tot 100.stbo.ily 1150's.
tlculSr, co'l' 5.0 Ne.. end W.t0t04 T. RnyVANTIO ........, or SI 05 tot ...._ Woib (1 IUHOA'.. ........." 10. 5051. 1Ioo1or.
124 W. U&n. 115.1311 ::r.r.1 ten _I..,. 50105400. Assioa H.,. 117) ConlKt D. H. Cowort, Itl. CAll JTKOOf
Tor or lit* .. ...... ... .. .
0'lO MOVING' Llk.110 0.1141. 001561. t. Ie. ,"t. citv., C'.J1JUJL. RANE
or vtvnpevod ...
Realty
,5ot 100051 wills 50141. So buy. IlIad CUTLASS CONVIITIILIwinonly 50 ;
M III' N. Main, -. -,. 33.I30l Db... COr000l. ,1og. 101. larly CAllS JIIIC.A' elr. tower bucket

W. M. Muort,, ......,. 41 rwwitli At... _sS 500 145W G.I.1l1o SubS i Call mill.1.hIt.JS 000100 Tom.... SWIrl DOISISrOI lop It. 14 AUTOMOIIU RIPAIR end Men bee wm cento lion* ill pi.".. I JN(: .tN: Mt.rtcUR.Y

HOLIDAY JOY 110.001\0\ duAlas,2a. or1oZ5i I bMiraom furnlihtmonmo .. 101. ....,_ new lower Woo .
to Will' con',11loot I IR I biih GOOD BUY oft II. III .... Shots SosnInnIolt .. ..... tsr I 0 Is W1Nl7.IJII> NOW o.pr.'i bought hem and i'm '
psI' ft t
1 oil .....lIful wooded let In N.s.aMotor. 130' i 50' 5000d S-P Woo.drtul PS 0-10-20. portad at"010 ttorllnJomiory USED VACUUM CLIANIRIKlrbvl. b) our motor tuno-wp doptNAWIIPOWIRI Miin. CoilUl AFE BUY
Gold tlnenclnf, Immodl I, 1HI. Loiotlm m fop Sill MOTOR CO.
op50rtuo., lor ..
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01. OCCUpancy low down p>yinert. ro.oniog 11000 sood Ntnott' OtIAR CAMPO I* du.... opirt good noIoh_ Writ lu liactratsUWa.tlnguqu.s Ml N. HUM M 1114 PONTIAC Orend ,lilt I 1.11
mont Itt mo. MorrWd SIllS 0..111., jun, end ether! VMMIinHd.
mont tar hulTCM coupiMonly men
preporty in yr old. Fully > equipped. USED CARS
u.",. W... H _... sad Not Nttibio lor pttt, FR 376.2585 Jncl. elnwnd. Ovor IIXUJ (lot
PLOIIDA PARK "--II"3IIa-- _1. 51 Otfj...D... Spc lACHFICI Ion PMnon MUI- MILLI5 IONS suns poIntIng ,-0, ceil of IMtl JTI nig.
| ID I ben, 0<... block, NWI I M w-lolouilod back porch U'll TANG hunlMi. bow. computo W- IIt.1. 5ol. oartt and 5,1.5 516 S. MAIN ST. '

101ft Ave. 42 ....... Acrod. turn M."... COM4 or olrM' to f.Ei"LY rodar>tod oltkl HUK. I hunting ft I Krgot omM. PatS All work """- Hit .
for rant Upitoln OlIN I itolwoyl Ilio hly i. 1ISOInIMornS It I GAINESVILII1AUTO
one. Jtlt NW'40 0$. VfrtTVdm lorgot uhnw rni
IR I 151 Mm.IIIInCAL'Cl control noil. Wt ocrn, _... Mb A potts poo- itt-ibM '.M. aol sir ond conditioning ono onvotor. turn, hMtln ON. .llngw ...... ug, ]7.uu, IS A.lomobiloo for Solo $.. : M,. lri jloy. Mr. Htrr. M,. ..rktrrh.Nt

LIla now Vary low down povtAitumo toro. i MM, bom md obmt IISWLY DICOSATOD APIs. Col. .._. lottIng .. ontlIsbis, UUWLING' VPtlcSIRSVChamno SALES : rR 21.3)OMr
In Alochuo Co. Only, llotocroPOROVCI logo Itudmtt end olIn..sO .. low .. tO No 5tO0Odco'h -
morlgogof no ojuolllylngUIINCSI couplM Oltoto H.- Sto,., PS .1101. 1 N'- 1007 N. Mil* St.
4 ASSOCIATIS INC. low .. .. .
children prolerrod CHI bo.bony U month.FrM IVENiNGi
RIALTOR SOS SIN 411 10 ,f.Hie.. PSICS TO SILL PAST ,.... FR 2.lll
$OJTH WOO? 471 HH or 477 1171FURNI9HIO Mtlmim, pickup Sits dtlv '
1M W Unl. 17HJJIHOME&GROVE: 5r00, nrt NW Ills It. cm Dot All 5. Ford RttKhoro, pick UP AT
MTVICO Northcontrol
owl
ry '
II' U at Plo .d M' Cantor. Sib.Otto. APT 'ORnlihod. liNt 9101 0 072105.OPSIKS twopitMM. 'I) Fwd P.IN pick up.II Florldo
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I 05. 3 "both C. PlO. tot I. onalo aoly' All CCdilko.Sd PKono 3151.l Sods ....... IM. 4 D,. band oAfVMt
.m.. ntodonn kl"C'" Os osso. rStlrOI Malls. .lIlItioo SIb. S P A C. AV.LA.L', ; WAN TO 10.31515 moM modroliloO'Otort ..... V... AT .... PC.1s3 (ndopoodont Dtiltr
sIusu.I and II.. bona M oe,.. Clint 4. FrvltComploltly phono FR M4II or PR Dowotoos, C....., A -<. Ivropllwoiiy Mltrodoln I '. AT
_'-. 17) lOS ,..,n. III p.' 501d. Call 0,555105? 5.alty, now olvon' ..IIr'. ,= IfS. : tsr. ,
INV.ITO" AIM, M protty pcroo, I).boo.Arfllt 27"'" or tnrw.WCURITY WILSON'S EXCHANGE ,1.. AT.
......., ... 11I_ 0 EFFICIENCY ARTS.I .. G.M.C.PICKUPS
soras on dli 00 anrso onl'I'U. .. .. III 11. lot Itroot Phono Fl t47t Sos III H Xoln" Phono Po-nil
Mills lOS II ......, tnconta T..... .. wo.Mlconooy IUIIOINO I
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BARKLEYMOTORS
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loss W unlvonlty Purt ClmOttlco 4-wMol drlvo loot
t.bliOSIsdl fsdrcad prlcs C.II o.ch...... 04 JOB 'ISANO "IWo'-- FOR SAIl ItM .
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Rol I.'..., I .00"1 AND lATH SOS ... oft-otraol Ipoco. Air pork cond....* Jonltororvko otovo.lor. .... 5.45 12t"and OlISItI. 50.50...,..ow., I 0001 7'-E: .1100 Colt$ MatIns durIng lap
OPPORTUNITY c....* Artiv-' mass TIllS' CO PL'. PI for m.. ...."..... COIl l .. 0440 0110511 rocuors 075.050pG'oso I & VANS
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Wo o tInS J.
oro sHoring Vary Anglt AiMKlatt pICa ollIltir' Call _I". or FR 3 lul'. W1111AM0; :
rant ohowlng o vory oxcollont but **M MW. ism It Photw >7V W?, AISVICI CIHIOSlwlorno tor 5015, ioi M8i
I... with spa 400 n InmlPW .. 1"111' NICI, .eI 311.3037Plow 4140, H1N "ft I'. I "IN TNI AUTO 6AM_ ONLYTROPICAL
Mwy. contliimi, of IKW. land 4 257 ACRES Ono badlowo. snarything tunlidit' 54 lullnoti ..... you oat ontov ,cooiiing with I lAIKlir'S THI NAMl"
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AvolloblO Nov lithventont CS.
01 gulponsnt wIlls' rows' liniog Iso .9spIari So5.tlAaa.911,0.. TIlls Lot..... NW of OolnMvlllo. Pisnt.sdplntoaolosacssts .......... 40W7AVAILAILI s.lALl. ....,........ nor 0ot. OAt. Mtlollod Full,. SI..Fill 01 with RANCI.od our. LP SO 1.1 CHIVY V* load CMidlllon 2201 N. MoU St.
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boil sIts
ts .. ..,....,...... ........ 1.0w.5n bonk with onnuol loll. Dec Hit, I btdpportmentt DAN BYRO SAL lol M .......... lOt down I I Colt two now 4H-IH1.llrot. MOtrMOItU OM or. I-- M 2-4JTI
paod profit. Owns. rotiot,5.AtIr povmmttIII74 0 'i'm oslo'.. Sir CVnflIio.aI 476-8268 I1t maloIN lor _".1.
t00r... ill 5oct11 01110 .... tar I.moro. vooro. lit ocProliy ... ..., (Unnj it. MXCenter Prooono, Archor Rd FR Hill I POlO STATION WAOON. R Il : -
como praporly 4 land oulKDIo' In ws Sd KomoilioUnivcrsiry Adullt only, no pott.LMM 005 $1055 015550UsdSpaCO. N. ovor ..... sPIll NO* w boos. .,.- $49
Pnlcsd St ..
.oly sill
for Apt 4 buimm. Land ll InPoyno Ps. 10101k' saIl po cr rewired Ito ... .... col1IM4H call Jot'. Mittill' 0.sltar. I. prior Colt I7HU7no7FORO .

Prilrlo" Colt for ooolto or J70-U40 371.104 SINGERSLANT.OMATIC OolMM SOl C..... miChow COM"UT'AUT"'lI
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: _HOJ trill" opportunity' roriiy 5. Realty STORE BLDG. FOR RENT Ireokiweod weten loll I
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.rw. II1S N Main, II. PlI 21tGS'W. 44 Unfurnl.r1 Apt. III W Unlv Avo Clll Prod Itrtnf Cornel I Of. ml Dodoe 4 Dr.ItJtAnolle I RIPAIRIOnoiiiy .

N. Uisn,00 ...... blow. 171-7411 I Pal ......*. P ..... aid don ...... Phone 37.0t0o.JIIP I UMd cm
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MARY BO ACRI term en hloey' 7L light I ... in.. room, born' ond kitchenUIIIIIIM IIAUTy SHOP FOR-II All. WIn with out lift. MoO_ butlonntlM. '!t-4W0, stow engine I HIT PP.ICII THAN OItDINARY 6 YANS
Downtown All oowo in buHono, btbvj ... ml. ANVWHIIISOUTHIIN PICK-UPS
mllei N. ot Lot. City. Good Mil, furnlthed let per "0 location tliitvroibutUMM. km men m other new I
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t ocro low, 7* exm I III corn, 101 N* bid. II Oil M I77TTle IncIlilsi, S11op Is moody too 040. PSp 55 51 1. or aOstosooVoO bollsry. 5111100. I
MOELLER U ..... In timber lolonco .Inpeiture 1171 por month. CoWoyno lobs l5 POP_, of 0.? 04Dlo.t sIn. P400 5505. PS .m
Prlco iThs .... with' o end rot,.. M.Mn C-0 Imott Tow .511 wnIlS bloty C moo ; "; I AUTO PONTIAC
groii 111 poe .10 ...Ildl... 111 r .... DoI. GsAls.ol0. 5,0 lIlt FALCON door- roots 7 01
*cr.. Tetunt ttou... II 1.91 Por fild.Arslt .f.11., .nyl mo iHom.S I I-
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pocenIron
REALTY III HW .11. ..., .... heeler .....1... condition, 0loIWrooglososl .
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meenolloi Moot plclur.owe Mutt toll N ..., III N WMO H G.M.C. Truck Confer
Mlllng In mil" ..... Utah JNFURNIIHfD I bedroom OVpWIepertrnentti ( ...,.". 0"."...".. SINGER Ma, C.t, P1 11I111DI
111 w. Un"'. AYO. PS 5.4471Nsonbsr lend breed view overlooking'' IMo MS por month. 220 N.W. Irh Ay.
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Miiltlpla Ltablng 115.001 down. Writ Dm Roevet, Call 376.7466 WONOUFUL, "'..''n... 0001ITllOily AUTO ZIG ZAG IPICIALMelt _
Mailsr'15Pools Ownor. lo J .. W. KoabooCtIarIla ".. or cod Tom Divll\ JiHttlt Scolnoss, ....Ico latMa. ..... "OWllMl .... I 55. AT. 51? 55041Mg Pow., .
1M. an.on Ouaot Like City. 47 HtviM fo> Rent Fur. liMos grevo, room tor Irollor Me*. ". ttocnmonHj noodd. FW Icheeper ar Mill 5.5. i

Solon, Sslnost, FOR IALI IY OWHII 41 Sort court ......... All tor ojukk SaIl' F.rMn with food crodll IM c.r M traIl ..., 4UMMid

TlHeO OP RANCH HOUSES coltlo ronch, .11!! Improved lo SMALL C. ...... 0501000. 115.0, Would _.1..? riant bind. ol ? .... ol M moTor pop b* "",!.9. ONLY
TOO MUCH TOOITHIRNIS1 nil, ...... 4 owns ond bomborn full, s.rmlp1.d' sobs watar. trads. SallIno"' duo to IlInwos of.V.r IM of IH. WIlts Jimmy Croby LiNCOlN. .-_ herdtep. PiPI 2 DAYS LEFT
Of tiny bodroomi, no tlrog .,.,... iltoltor, oil lION uto- ..... boat. .. Lab SatIns '.. "" "UH"','" Mlrto.lo. .... Pol. ..,lno.vll",' l<.. pueh-buHon oeeH puehbutIon -
.soot, noon ._., Thll' lorgo, Ohio bond. Prlnd M only IMoM dat'$ p91oibaooi.! Sn. tlsbin0.' "'. 1,050. wMewe. RftH IIMtnu .
.._. too ......... lratna WIHI 13000 down ..... 40HOI.Tor I dud Iso' 0011001 000011 .: wOrk.Ir : PHI lo tott ond tony COISmS or m.nu.
homo, ocollontly' built and moln OuKt VUY $IUCClIS'U $lNClAil,
refined ,
ponon neigh.beri m clrpolo CIOM
tilnod It ...... tor o flmllyPour I II ACRII Altrocllvi Homo- i No drlnUng Clll 47HHIIXICUTIVI. i 51511000 Ma ..... ...... od rololn wltn brINKnco llvo LUI'''. Oral oioctrie it.i""Po $0591 Porn cto. -. Sod
bodroomi ir X 14". oak nil v| soIls WooS If city llmltlIt _' C'.I holy aoallobl.> Clll FR ISII Hi mp oor II. McOonWI F... .... .., oarS .... 0001000 Barkley Motors'
|I. codor-llnod c....,. t inodom.l.rgo M M>od nod. Dry pl. DOCTORI PF.PISUR1 ,m niiuro Co.. annnvliioC _... How tI_ Now On000oSro. "III
load 5.1',. poods rosa.. LIning wood. 11,10 M Krt wlttl to""' .. L|. bieulltul' III- C ntor. Mil or trwM Molly. '1._.
ODIft 21' X IS' wills tIroiola' CoIl Dick PJoblnton, RALPHFOSSiy front homo for imoil diicriin.noting Wpnted1 t. Sop
........ hills' loon Id' X 16'. ...llor. "w. UntvOvlllo ( lomlly looutllully tormined morwl conMlo TV ....,. C.VltOIIT.. 'IS tmpill. entvortM
PI ''' AT M'l
III iKIrlc kltchon with 400. 31a.I3tn.IIS : I laths, ..,.. potion.or ont condition, worti purtocHy.Md 'no.
d,........., ......,, dryor, Snout lint tithing from dock. tun- WANTED USED OFFICE SAFE lot ot ISO Ml Nl lltAvo or booS oth r. 7Iltt. UN IWI4th
Acrs Inacts adlomnktg" OlIn, dock, boolhouie hj. lorbecuepit CALL FR Pnono FR HI4IAMIF.A ACt Lot IIII ._ _
bar and lloali, now ..b''..",". 05511 ....... Land 1001 I tot bullIt In !houM 6.8269 :- : -
Intogrll KrMnod porch. Floorodond I,. tlno COlIn" ....... cook tummer....,., lendKlpod tor with oiegml > COINI WAN ID ball Ponlu sot. 2 POlO I eyl ond ovwdrlvobrokb DUTCHAUCTION
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Now MAIlS aol
llghltd attic No P I rldroom 12 ...... Ion_ costpllttt $155. AI.. 0155'hsot14 OlnOl baltoep
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asd road. Will of ...1I1uI tlowon, cltrui IrMl.Thli All U... aol nrolin lltvordollln .
but I root, ....,... ......, ItlooM "..... PhOto P501521.NATIVI IMtnpl No ropolrt 0.5,0.4
wlrod, Os 0 workthop. Woodlltod, piece .....1 tor trecWIliving proof Sot Sod mi 55,1 00011 OtMa 511$. 5001 saM.C.ll
ovon. Cold' 011.",..,, not wotorcontrol KrM Hi Co. nr 0.,,,.. flnollvoblo Mutt be eton to bo op ttaiS dolIsrI, 'LML .0.411,55 50 m. 21._.
hooting Lot IW Xsr I homo lullwrlmorkol ...... Call proclottd" Low mono KM per lISPS STAMP COIN SHOP 50,5, 1.1_ limo 05 5 $5. You -co.vAiiAi w--'
with _.. (Id .,... tancod ,In lor11Io ,, 05 .bou' .lW ,_ AlSo' !las busl' month OIl | yr. ...... Cal lit W Un.lly.vo II- Also SIlOS? 0.1170 11.'
01105 PO'''''''. "k. on today'sacroo 47VU4I 511.5 lOll Osn15sOO SluO 501
... 111"1 "
boby In o _. walk to rosa iplln5I C.np I soils Oa010otlbla .11ft .......

ocnool ""h or-. Our Kmlly Appr. | nr Mod Contor. mil. PULLY 'U.HII"'O I SI b.c.o 44 H*_noleJ 6e1giWNA 505,0 1 on $1.. Ills o.w 0.545.
at Hi boo lovod It. m.000 Coil t Fuel Oil 3' W...,.
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Soil to, building. ronlol, unit, by tovnty port on HWM. TV 400*, $0st .oroo
for omlntmont to vlow' 421 Nl MARY wotKor olryor LOOM rewind I L6IIT"5ieplei"1. ;; =-:1: ,?5 (.: 3751

Ml It FR 0-4171. W Un MOELLEH.,.. Avo REALrORIII" PIt 4.4470 111! "'. .... f* $_ pone, good cend.I M...... drop 3AK. rl'CKORY AND, COAL.Alas KIHO. "*8. PIN! list altar SOl".. M.iUOllii ._ _
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itol dining loMei" MottO Ug
ug. 0'...... TongerMM t Orlpc u LASI I 0511I
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Iich.ngi1 port mechlnp
41 H.. for sowing o> con.d 101050001051
Rom Untumo 1015
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43 C. .,.. 'top." tUitCll Fl 1 3103. drl
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III ACII, Of .,...... ,lsttd 111k$1D T C. Orlggl midencl, MUlhooitpert H..._ .,. 27"101.
90553tF'S&Ib1.oont.,55I.ol000' PIll roots 5004 ..... 'co'y' III,. Wetde.Intl 70 lo.tl-iMoilm" h..i,.
01110 .ntacIIno _II. ft. 0151014, 1OftC. ysrl. Mar ....... itl7IRCURy 'I deer, 1
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Itft 4n5. .....11 IOwa 500n0000, < out- sChoOl, NW Ioc...... PRJ30IO PSSWAY u. IT" oil10..'.. '1' IAILIOAT dma. heller, b.Royn. ;

WILL EXCHANGE FOR moonlIt poymenli. 137 I* MAIM w t.I Sal .11 11100 0 11-. AlsO' Fully equipped. loadS ..,',. lost Car Pikes Reduced Every Day
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homM built .. lot about If of v Conner tubIngi -
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o IlIad sub 001 _. MARY MOELLER, REALTOR Pow aoo' lor hooin.uo. beet ettor ion .
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11; Legislators Feel Inevitability of ChangeBy \I HEATER REPAIR I I



ALLEN'-" MORRIS Many 'hope the apportionment Verle A. pope of St. Augustineas in Dade, It seems Imperativethat -But as the number- of representatives cratlc majority-for' specific Quick efficient service service Troln.d even end soperlynudR.osonoble

,1'' -TALLAHASSEEThere's can be staved off until President pro tempore up to five or six or even from a county goes recognition on committees. ; o e Radio dispatched rain trucks 0 24 Hour...rolc.o .
more talk nowadays among after adjournment on June 4 of There's still a contest for seven counties will have to be up, these boundaries by gentle- Actually, however, the COP Strvlc. on all _k.. of equipment
I legislators about the future of the regularly scheduled o.da1; the '67 Speskership although grouped for some House memo men's agreement become blur- membership In the House ALL AMIRICAM

II the Legislature than there is session of 1965, but there is a. Representative George G. Stoneof ber districts This will be a red.Candidates shrank from II in the '63 session Ph. 376-8268 HEATING b AIRCONDITIONING CO.
about taxes or appropriations resignation about the inevitabilIty Walnut Hill has today's edge violent change for Florida for county com to 10 in '65.
or :any of the other favorite. of change which Includes the over Representative Woodie A. which always has proceededwith missions and for school boards
it might come soon- Ules or Plant apportionment from a once were elected from districts. .. .
possibility City.Representative ,
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after foundation of a member for In recent years, however, memo ..* =eb. :::.: 0a.:.r. ."t'r"'f .A. .... :.:.. ,3L ..... ...
As is customary a general E. C. Rowel] .. ... .... ,- .. ... .. I,' ... ... ..
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f election, many lawmakers even as they accept the of WUdwood Is functioning now county.On bers of those boards are required ..:, .. .: 'f.:.:.
are vlBUin& the Capitol But fact of change, and the specific It Speaker designate of the the other side of the same to reside In specified districts :..;
Instead of sounding off on this ways this may develop multi- '65 House, with RepresentativeAllison coin the Increasing number of but are elected countywide F'
program 'or county House districts, legislative R. (Baldy) Strlckl andof members from the largest counties This approach has been L rA if!! DINNER *\
that, the S e naJors districts within counties, Crystal River the Speakerpro Dade already has 14 suggested by some lawmakers }
and Represents I Negro legislators today's lawmakers tempers designate seems quite likely to bring as an alternative to the electionof
I lives Cracker are trying to shape the about districts, or wards, within House members from districts -
With both Stone and tiles
.-are voicing'on. future to the eitent they can big counties, there representing Is- those counties within counties. ; Roast Butterball ?
oem'over their Politics 'The )Senators ace looking likelihood of either Presently, House membersare Oddly, a change which had
no being
own institution .'.'" ahead to the, leadership of the elected In groups from the been forecast for the upcoming
knocked elimination
Actually,. aft. '67 session with Senator G. T. out through multi member counties These legislative session did not ma- TRIMMINGS f
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of their seat In the pending re- ?::? TURKEY &
er !the years' of (Doc Melton of Lake City as apportionment. Melton might, groups are a ballot arrangement terialize. Even so knowledgeable -
churning since legislative ,i p- President,and Senator Ed. H. which, In some counties, a legislator as Mallory E.
however wind with I.'
more
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portionment first became a'continuing Price, Jr, of Bradenton as PresIdent counties in the up district he now long have been accepted' Informally Horne of Tallahassee, Speakerof Intimate Dining'In the Carriage Room ..':t*
Issue in 1945, there is an pro tempore. Columbia as possessing a gee the '63 House, felt the next $1.26
the 14th
acceptance by the leadership Senator James E. (Nick) Con- county represents, with: 20,000 population, In graphical basIs. session would see so sizeable a ALL YOU CAN EAT ...... $1.94 CHILDREN ........ ,,f
that time: has Just "about run nor of Brooksville already has 1960. In Polk county for example, bloc of Republicans that claim .
ant crt life as they have known been designated President of the the candidates and the voters could be made upon the Demo- Make R.s."otlo"1Eorl
If..t upcoming session and Senat 0 rIfodar 'Almost I certainly apportionment recognized a grouping which :
on a strict population basIs gave representation to .definite :

; will bring about paradoxical geographical areas In Gad All You Can Eat ..
In. History results: multi county. House den county too, so long as the .i:
districts and multi district county had two House seats, one .:
residentdistrict '" counties was occupied by a member from .. .,..., ; Smorgasbord every day .:
three '
: ASSOCIATED PRESS killing .
II )By THE I crewmen and eight on To get enough population to the eastern part and the other ..... ...... e.. Luncheon ........$1.26 Dinner ...........$1.94 .:
,Today is Tuesday, Nov. 24,I persons offset the tremendous numbers from the west. ... I' .:r
the 329th day of 1964 There are the.ground., Superb entres exciting ..

17 days left In the year. I One year ago Millions V array of salads < ;

Today's highlight In history: 'watched on television as the accused GRIDIRON GREENBACKS FANSTo ; mouthwatering desserts

On this date In 1869, the convention '8J8Ilslo'of President
which} formed Itself into John Kennedy, Lee Oswald, Include the Exciting & Traditional ee
was shot to death In Dallas The
Die American Woman Suffrage THANKSGIVING DAY GAMES Th eUftVCXStt inn
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man who fired the shot, Jack y
Cleveland
Association met In
In Your Contest Fun TheDEADLINE
Delegates from 21.states were Ruby, was arrested and chargedwith ,
murder.
Addressed. by Julia Ward How !t For your social functions,

and Lucy Stone. Far CM.... N.. *, Tile UrtCm private dining rooms at no
;0n this date rjiIrMuzPoses1.1 Will It extra charge
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'In 1877, the late senator and n U.S. Rt. 441 South
vice| president, Albeit Barkley, .. nsaaeee140e WED. NOV. 25 375-2442
MwA.w e. M.se M tNt
was born. I _
Ten years ago -Former gov- Now! 2 C.IM HIM A 0
eritment economist William Op.* *:10 Stow 7:00: 5 P.M.
Remington, serving a term for" I s.. .... L... Ai t 00
perjury at Lewl.sburg PenlUnMnrv -I FAIIAN 0 TAI MUNTIR

,.j ..y... In M' Pi. ..nn.lv.nl......,........... died..--- of-- RIDE, THE WILD SURF .
!inflicted by two fellow
Injuries
.1'" UTS HIT AT tOO
prisoners.Five JACK LIMMON .
years ago <-* A cargo I GOOD NEIGHBOR SAM
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