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Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 25, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.


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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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OldPost OfficeWASHINGTON for Education H Ir t ta ,

The old post office building is being donated to The property will then be conveyed to the board of public Instruc. t tIts

the Alachua County Board of Public Instruction. tion. _

Congressman D. It (Billy) Matthews announced the donation from The donation specifies that the building 1 la to be used for educational. )
his Washington office this morn inf. purposes primarily for adult education. fIt

He said the General Services Administration, which owns the After consideration by city and county agencies total official 9I ,,.
Second Place site, notified him this morning that the property will be decided early this fall that the board of public: instruction should apply Ne
assigned to the U. S. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare. for the old building when the new Federal Building opened in October. r


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Unidentified little girl dress blood-stalned and foot:

) bandaged, arrive in Leopoldville Tuesday one of many. ;
refugees flown from Stanleyville.

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LEOPOLDVILLE, The Congo, Michael P. E. Hoyt, a Chicago- ( ) Belgian paratroops and
born, cigar-chomping: 35-year-old United State foreign service officer Congolese soldiers searched to-
sat back with a beer in his hand and began to unwind. day for some 200 whites still
Hoyt and 250 other Americans and Belgians survived a massacrein missing In the northern Congo.
Stanleyvllle Tuesday morning in which at least 20 were killed. 1
More than (00 refugees have ;
On August S, Hoyt and four other consular officials began their
arrived here from the former
life under rebel rule in Stanleyville
rebel capital and another WKMWO
Now, sitting on the terrace of U. S. Ambasaador G. Murdie
awaited evacuation at Stan
Godley's residence overlooking the Congo River, it all seemed "A
leyville Airport Of the 63 AmerIcana -
strange dream.. trapped in the rebel tone, ,,
.. "We in jail twice said "for total ,
qla--::; were Hoyt a 34 and the bodies of two mur- :
of 42 43 You lose track after while." .
or days a dered missionaries had arrived I Ir
r Were he and the others beaten!
in Leopoldville +
II ; "Oh yes," he said, "about 10 times, mostly In t
F which fell Tuesday r I
i A "They beat us In a lot of ways, with rifle Stanleyville,
ft <** butts, rifle barrels, bayonets and the flat of a to Congolese troops and
white mercenaries after the
machete, with billyclubs, whips, and t the wgrks" landed to rescue the
"The moat serious beating was when the soldiers paratroops
European and American hostages
it.i.s,4 came the second time to the consulate about a !
threatened with death.
week after Stanleyville was occupied. They forced
k Hovt dun to open the strong room. They whipped us Several rebels and a Belgian
around for a while and then made us eat the American flag." parttfcop sergeant weretilled
He added: during the night in mop-up operation I
Much of the skirmishing
4 "We chewed on It a while but it was pretty durable" *
The first thing he did after being driven to the embassy from took place near the airport M. Win**!. (t ttw lug
the airport here Tuesday was put In a call to his wife Jo and their where the foreigners awaited Refugees saved by the sudden descent' of Belgian paratrooper on rebel.held Stanleyville walk from plane .af.

children In Tucson, Ariz evacuation premier Molse to Leopoldville.T.hombe canceled the Leopoldville, Congo airport Tuesday !. the background 1,* one of the U. S. Air Force panes, used to take thr
The consulate's communications officer Donald Parkes, sat near- plans for a triumphant paratroopers to Stanleyville and to bring back the rescued hontages./ ..
by. His left eye was bruised and swollen."I I
Into Stanleyville today.
got the Lumumba monument treatment," he said, referring to entry "
the scores of European and Congolese beaten at the foot of the late "He may go tomorrow, an
aide said. 4
Congolese premier who was murdered In Kantanga In 1961. Wounded evacuees' were takento Airport Runways Closed

(See BEATING en Page II) hospitals In Leopoldville. The

rebels killed at least 30 foreigners -
wounded than MIn By NORM LaCOE t.
and more frictions,1"
Faulkner i a id tor:

City to. Take Time paratroopers murderous began attacks the Four Bun of ill Stiff runway Writer 4 9proaches Trees on Aproaclics day He aald trees are obstructing: I r'

"Other Europeans may be have been closed to
found dead In various parts of commercial air, carriers atGalnetvUle "Most ef these .0. f

For Thankful the city" a US. Embassy Municipal Airport, Too High,, FAA Declares aid staclei. There are lion.ever m area the w.It
land on the
Being apoktsman" said. because trees on private southeast side." \
i Rebel chief Chriltophe beneath the flight approacheshave David ,
bbenye and other leaders of the grown unsafely high said the city did not know that from I Kelfcy, FAA district
a pilot's viewpoint, allrunways. engineer In Miami
Most activities In Gainesville mail will be boxed at the Post "Congolese
In observance Communist- The Federal Aviation Agency restrictions were pending. Four now are closed. vllle offlclsli have been sdvbe4 I
will cease Thursday Office. have disappeared. .
People'i Republic" In Miami Imposed the r itrlc
of Thanksgiving Day, a national Bank and loan associations lions at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Green said trees must be cut The order e 1 I. 11 i In g the ap not previously meet FAA that ipproarhes <&T
holiday. will also close Thanksgiving I The United States told However Eastern Air Lines' back or down on about n acres pro*''hes was given by Paul clearance J ac*
Public schools recessed today Day. but all will be open for Tshombe's central governmentthat two regularly scheduled flights of private land, to open up the Faulkner with the FAA flight qulrement.e.Faulkner amt 1
until Monday morning, ai did regular hours on Friday. rebel lead. tae""e' I four approaches again.Gainesville Stamford branch In Miami, lit Kelley are I I.
arrived and departed duringthe d If f ee n I FFA offices,' .
the University of Florida. The University of Florida be has inspected the airport Nov. 17. wlis'
an- ers must night, using the one lighted airport three some iTiared renponslbiijiy\ :,L
Most stores and businesses nounced that the main campus made to answer runway, and landing and taking runway, one of which Is !light "I told the airport manager See AIRPORT .. Page I)
will clot! down Thursday. How- cafeteria will serve lunch onlyon for the off over one approach not closed ed for night use Since each runway when I wit up there I would
ever, this is a tradition only and Thursday and Friday. The murder of twoAmerican by the order hall two ends, there arc, have to impose some sort of re-
business hours will be decidedby (See HOLIDAY es Page II) museaionariee I A Private and general aircraftare
the Individual proprietor. Dr not affected by the action. WIIKKE{
Some drug stores will remain Sun Offices Paul Carlson Main impact apparently will Troops Quell Student Riots J

open "for emergency purThe and Phyllis ) be that, if winds are a little TO FIND IT *
poaes." To Be Closed Rlnc stronger than usual air carriers SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) tt I dy of violence that saw

Post Office will be closed The rebels blue. Rios will not be able to ui. the airport About 2,000 students rioted In scores: wounded.In Cemki or.-;
for regular business and there Gainesville Sun business offices pad threatened Saigon today demanding the an attempt to end he civic CUiiified ." ."I II-IJ'
win be no regular mall deliveries. win be closed all day to to kill all whites If the Congolese Gainesville City Manager ouster of Premier trill Van'Huonl tumult and gt on with the war e) Ifttertelement, |I'
Only special delivery mail morrow. Thanksgiving Day A army attacked Stanley William Green said the city hat against Communist guerrillas, W Obiiuerles . 2TI
will be delivered. Postmaster holiday edition of the Sun will yule. known work needs to be doneat and were dispersed by ,Ul official warned thai .I O,'lnlen Pee" .' ." 4- .
Palge PinneD sail However, all be published and delivered. <(
tear gas.Martial. unless the disorders end, ullaMe WaII'1 . 4.*
law was declared aft. snurces: said. .
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Visits HereBy .. .. yI Relieved When Gun SoundsBy ,il

tea Staff WriterA "fI
contract 0 r ALLi 'I UIF CORVUFR8M t The quarterback! got the bell Every year, about this tunC
Massachusetts for his recentaccomplish ,.._.tJe. Writer ,knell down and disappeared anVr K cnme to a dlmai. Football!
better known men' sto The electric clock at the end i pile of dirt mINd Jerseys. begins Friday night with Slit
political Tuetday lake ef tilt field twinkled against the A Morn smiwfad. the ,r.,. high school games. The college
ears,. D town firma II' million Vk sight, it* lighted numeral era untangled and trotted off boys take over on Saturday. and
a look at W the VA hospital stinking out the last remaining the ( ld.Tne en Sunday die giants of (I *
project hen John- Volpe. gover- Mcntds ef the game. woman took a deep pro/eeslonal leagues maul, each
Although) of Massachusetts Happy students to the CM}., ", bread! ,. said a silent prayer and ease en TV from brunch Id
t nor elect three hour .hit Mil's Field stands called out (hepconds .' smiled at a couple/ who offered supper iin e.
termed his each one bringing .la, congratulations. The mania moved a BritlsJb
) 'nrjr setter as they II! up M the S'. was a foothill mother, writer recently, one as critical
U clock, ir II. isis and her son .M. played. bi the a* most CnglUhmesj err ahwt

t r555 political you coaIda'' t the opposite stand a wont. I Saline It was sire I that kit tea. to call aur autumn sport "a w
peeve j b7 the rentri10p com M wiLhed silently and counted Item woe. but muck nicer that pme played with a ......t
., Been wafted lor his small wider her bresta. Only /list ae kadn't bees turtJ .let* crudeiwM unequaled/ an>-, t
J nd and white chartered plane bmcrnail d.Using to to the .', Football mothers, and fates, where elM in the world. .
at Catoesvine Airport Tuesday MUM of her hands betrayed toe are eiperwncing, the sanefaHtfig J. L Winning. Union Tbs
aft 1IoM. ."- bar cabniMM.It/ everywhere. the g ass a Will iporta columnist, maf
On band to welcome one ef The governor-elect .f Ma*.a b Mtta were aswther bat Tuesday ,.. Doha Vein, I', f. The teams D. fb "pUyed. They re enacted at bye euggersted when" ke gait
the few Republican politicians right chairman .f YeJse ('...enet- Cw wbkh In k Mwg '11. erresHiterr 119 tel sp bckadasucsDys | ke CHUM'S Field, to Stark, Quef. the darn ton IB the Umtei
.. survive etectM day were Millie VA Hospital kere. He leered the site fer Ike tint lisle with Henry PickergiU. *- pro kd km decided .... \lend flew""brrry, Mid ts every Sutra from this/ ""1..1". gamesow
i i GOP Mayor Howard McKmoey, left. project saaaager ae J.... felly, center, reJect ......",. (Sam ,laMe amen earner and soOWng couMckaage kmkf with'! a srnool big enoughto stands it J7 fw tie *.a.
f (See \OLFE es) Page II .,4. by Eddie Davis." ) rte eutcons sow. field a football team. (Cc..u.e4 .* rage I)

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:2 Gainesville Sun_ WednesJey, November 25. I'I

PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Tells How 0 ;,,Qealee tram UJ. WIAPiA* rA V Weather Roundup t

..- 10 20 21
hostagesWere I W AflMx,40 I

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medical missionary'Paul Carl r Moifty clouoy ."< ,.-- nu,S
.7. through w..........,, WHO occoiWiolOonorolly I II
son was killed when Congolese ,Cr through n.,.
rebels fired Into a of ..,. Low tonight ol to se High T""" ,.
group wIM IIto
wy 4o to n. Nonkwoiiorly
.rs'1 white hostages, i Belgian refugee N miin on hour, boconilni' north-
orty 11 ml'101 knee .......,.
aid arriving from Stanleyville 'leanIfrmtlf CDClearing this after ESC ..

today noon. Low tonight 45 to 50.

The refugee Kernand Deprey, High Thursday N to 72. North-
was aboard a Belgian Airlines miles
westerly wind 10 to 20
Jetliner that arrived early today
an hour, becoming: northerly
from the Congo With IBS hostages 10 miles an hour tonight Hw..t

freed Tuesday when Bel- a ,. .* Cloorlnf' Itite .nor_.
glan[ paratroopers landed at Thu nsl.y M.rnfn j" % 1 Low. Mnlltit .M Iho ... High Thvrt."
V a'dgwwe .., 7eN ... NortnwoMorh' wIMi II
Stanleyville', the rebel capital $hew t w Tanpaeewrw Irp.A.4 67l .t [ to N mlm on hour, ootemlnf. nortntr'rr ,
"I was a prisoner In the Hotel o u H mlM I _on rgurtomgniOlhorwlM Oft._. Jt1tia'.
Vlclorla," Deprey aaid "Carl- iseIu Pesoi&teries Nee tsdleee le Ceeoote teal Id/eee0r/ aonorolly folr Itirouoh Thurtoiv -
Low tonight' SI to M. High' Thuroooy TlMPlIATUU' .LI.WHU'
no was In a group of abort 150 M Wlllln wmdi .,cam M north.wottorly H 1. M'.
who were forced to lit down In II .. M mlM on how Milt" Jockvilli .. .MMura
tAe Wlropnolo It Itio tun) oltornoMt on* norlhorly" II mlM on ? II
the itreet HEATHER 'ORECAST-8now \\a night from tile hour tonight TompoAtUnlo Ie ,17
expected Wednesday NN
Mr tonight .
t lit
"When the rebels heard the northern Plateau to the upper Lakes In the Rockies and northern New England ,.' w'i: : ::'i Thin*. Now Ortoontoofton J1" .M
11L **
I pains (paratroopers) were on ; rain along the north and middle Atlantic coast, and showers In the Pacific AUKANAClumot Now ,011I 10 pM

I the way, they opened fire Into northwest. Temperatures will be colder from the Plateau area to the upper lodoy tomorrow !r'-01 21PI"lunrlM o,mMoMirlM .. Wnhlot.... It H .Ncue .

{ f' 7A 7i the group and Carlson was shot !MltwIriHippI valley cooler In the south Atlantic and Gulf coast areas and warmer tonight' I Midnight II .. Chl-... city It a7Dwus
down Afterward Lori euortor tomorrow : o m If N
as we went to
} In the southern Plateau. Tile roiMHk ".'or.M which Homo to ko M II
:meet ,the Belgian troops 1 law Mtowlr" lilt Moon tonight, M Iho flmol loo Angoloi' It P
Ml body In the street. He had million. Man mISS, which.w.' ,.b Man now II oboul. ..noilrNiii1 tae GAINESViLLE WEATHERNMunicipal'
been ihut through the head" "'.. Hio "rtII.MA.'NI .

Deprey said that during nil Man in lAST OUL'l Moitly POIIICA1T northwMt wlndlU Airport readings
Guilty Terrorizing .
I to N knoto tonight on. TnurMiyduring
imprisonment by the retell, he thli oflonwon.CID for 24 hours to 11.m. today:

hid come to know Carlson well Thundoy _".High KIT ot Tioei I:tt ..... Sod High 75 at 2pm.; low 5a1
"He way very cheerful and .1| .:. ..... Low M sass ....,. unt I:. 'lam. Rainfall 43
great[ moral example," he said Fm, '
Woman in Flavet Home
At the airport a foggy drizzle Five Day ForecastTemperatures I

fell on thousand of waiting Belgians .
Y.illlar will average near In the north and 55 to W in we,
+ AQaa. relatives or friends ol f Dy BILL I1AGER The state case directed by tlon during which Gliehrlst always 70 In. the
who been I the seasonal norms. Normal south, except near
persons had trapped Sun Staff Writer Assistant State A It David returned to threat he
(AP Wlrophoto to Mo lur in rebel territory. highs are near 70 In the north Keys No rain of consequence Is I
Glenn Gilchrist a 28-year-old Anderson, hinged on testimonyby allowed her to leave. !
and 70s In the south Normal expected.
Shivering refugees in light Negro house painter on trial the victim She told Jurors She said Cllchrlst gave u p upper

With tropical clothing shuffled about for' assault with Intent to commit GilchrIst was hired to paint her his assault attempt after the lows range from 45_to 55
Sing Along Dad '
ooking for and rape, was convicted In 20 apartment and had been workIng repeatedly warned him her husband

friends. Red Cross workers minutes by a six-man Jury In for two days prior to the would be home soon \ More

Just a chip off the old block la Christopher Joseph, i handed out heavy overcoats. Alachua County Circuit Court alleged assault attempt Goldm, who called no w 11-
Authorities provided cash for AboutCongo
jie Laon of singer Robert Goulet u he appears to thou arriving without Tuesday She said the attempt occurred flosses, followed the victim's

king along with his dad during a picture session with Valere Palrot from Liege money.said allegedly when she came home alone late testimony with a motion for acquittal

actress Carol Lawrence Coulet'e wife. The occasion that when the be-- In the afternoon G11 l l c b r i II t, I Citing past cases a i I
paratroopers white woman Sept. 4 In her precedents Goldin said "the In- From Page 1
was the arrival home from New York's Doctor's landing, rebels came for asleep In the yard when the
hospital Tuesday of mother and baby a week after him lan; and said 'We going University of Florida Fla vet arrived, followed her into the tent to rape must be so great
(Christopher' birth. to the airport[ They the apartment According to police, apartment then grabbed her that a rape Is going to take Dr. Carlson, 3d, of Rolling US. sources laid 15 or more
put he threatened the of mslstance" Calif 15 to 20 were shot down
woman several and pulled her to him. place regardless Hills was among
n UTINEYARD men and In children front of the women times during a I%-hour pe- The woman laid she eared He contended Gilchrlst voluntarily I. hostages shot down In Stan- U.& Ambassador Adlal E.

riod, but didn't her. leyvOl,'. Lumumba Square Stevenson told the United Nations
"Ai we reached the Hotel Vie- rape Gilchrist had taken a gun belonging ceased his attempted assault :
. Jack Ruby spent a routine i FBI Chief J.I aria they told to lit down. Following speedy verdict, to her husband which when the Intended victim minutes before the paratroops the United States supplied
In his cell In Dallas County us defense attorney Sellg Goldln I landed. Carlson had been under planes for the Belgian paratroop
day Edgar Hooverreceived They started firing, aiming at was In, a drawer In the cou- "talked him out ot It without
the first anniversary indicated he will file rebel death sentence as an mission after the rebels tried to
jail Tuesday, I a women and children first The a motion ple'i bedroom After twisting I outside Influence, and therefore a

of his shooting of Lee Sword of Loyola paratroops, thank God arrived for a new trial, and If ensuecesaful away from Gilchrlst she persuaded was entitled to acquittal alleged spy. use the hostages as bargaining.
Oswald will appeal the decision. Miss lilac, 25 a missionary points for political and military
Harvey Award Tucsday -quickly. If they hadn't we him to "talk It over. I"U'. a reward under the state

."He followed the same routinehe | night I In would all have been dead." Following! 2 lengthy! converse- law for not commitlng a rape," teacher from Mount Vernon, gain.Stevenson.
-- -- said that In
follows on other days, said Chicago, presented Rene Bragard of Brussels he laid. Ohio, also was slain by the Insurgents negotiations -

Sheriff Bin Decker. J>y jne said, "As paratroops dropped on Quick Action Promised Anderson countered by insisting with US. Ambassador
He laid Ruby spends much of murderedwas William Atwood In Nairobi reb-
Rev. James' F I Another missionary
limbs rebel soldiers Goldin
Stanleyville ( -I I the law cited by was
his time playing dominoes and ,, Maguire, S.' J., ) armed with rifles and In not applicable In Cite h r I s t' i Hector Macmillan, a Canadian el minister Thomas Kanza refused .
release of the
cards with guards assigned to Loyola Voicerw submachine gum pushed us out Using Post Office case He laid there are two exceptions from Avonmore Ont His to discuss

his cell, which Is apart from ,,,, ilty president. of the hotels and laid they were "Delightful newi ,ginning of the second semester to the law when the wife, the former lone Reed of which hostages "except on conditions had neither
others The award Is to become a high- taking us to the airport We That was Supt. E. D. Manning In February, Manning uid. attacker atops his assault because Pontiac, Mich., and their six the my moral nor the legal
Ruby U under the death pen light of the Unlver.It,'. Strict were a column of maybe 300 Jr'. first reaction to the of "unusual resistance"and sons escaped.! "

alty for the slaying of Oswald, School of Medicine and Ita presentation children women and men. news that the "By next lummer we hope to" when he halts due to "sug George Clay, 38, a South African right The to consider.fall of

the asaasiln President John reserved to a person "As we were marched on the General Servo have full use of the building gestion of outside Influence" correspondent for the National brought denunciations Stanleyville from

F Kgmedjy of prominence who has exhibited road rebels started readying cei Admin I atratkon 'Manning said "We will need to "This Is a case where both Broadcasting Co., was both the Soviet Union and Red
fix leaks In
the the roof do
the distinctive qualltltt.I o their weapons Some In our In r vWashington fit perfectly," he stated. Ander- killed as he accompanied Congolese China.
tt 'courage, dedication and letv- JTOUB ran for protection toward some Inside painting and put In son noted the victim's refusal troops advancing on _;
Ice" Hoover declared In ills Rebels started firing at some partitions"The Shot twice In the Moscow said the hostage !Issue
louse* had appro v e d C- to submit In the face of repealed Stanleyville
aoceptance speech thai he will random all around I threw my the school 24,000 .. square loot threats of violence and head Clay died In the arms of was a pretext to camouflage

not allow the FBI to become the wife on the round and tnyielf boird'i request r I building, unofficially estimated her release only after Gilchrlst Associated Press correspondentJohn "criminal actions" against the

tool of pressure groups. on top and said, 'Don't move,' for use of Ito be worth $250,000 might also! became afraid of her husband's Lots.Another. rebels "by the "Imperialists and ,

I "Almojit at once the paratroops the old Post Office nerve as a temporary campus expected arrival on the scene I 60 to 70 hostages their puppets. Peking de-

N TO DEBUTStan appeared The well- build I n g For the proposed AlachuaBradFord The motion was denied b y were assembled In a Stan' nounced the operation as "fla

armed rebels started running for education Manning County junior college, now Circuit Court Judge J. C Ad- leyville hotel apparently for grant aggression to suppress the

Kenlun, a leader 01 away shouting. "The Americans -al purposes. In the process of being i u r- kins, and the jury was chargedwith execution. Many got away-,--but armed people."struggle of the Congolese

The Americans\ "W. will forthwith to veyed ,
band proceed weighing the pertinence of AboutHoliday
big- progressive Jazz, says More African natlona friendly to the
he bus formed the "Los Angeles Bragard laid the rebels make the building unable for I "If the state 1 legislature the law. rebel cause also denounced the

Neophonlc Orchestra," to feared' Americans more than classroom Instruction," Mann.I should approve our junior col In final summation Gotdln'i I action ai Imperialist-Inspired

play jazz symphonies and other Belgians and thought the paratroopers Ing said. law partner Richard Jonci I i

jazz works for large orchestras were American soldiers It's possible the county will con-ceivably struck. at the victim's story ai I
"They believed also that start using the facility for part- "imaginary. We submit that It

He laid Tuesday the orchestra strafing planes manned by cuban tine adult courses. 'by. the. said simply did not happen he laid. From Page 1 Q&bituarit5

will! make its debut Jan. 4 In Lot refugee pilots were American --I Jones asked jurors why Gil !cafeteria: will resume regular 'or fcMrol orrongomoitfl, so* funoroT
Angeles' new $3J.S-mllllon Mu planes with American pI- More About christ talked for an hour and service Saturday. ..._ on mlt" oooo.JOSEPHINE.

lie Center with a performanceof 141...." one-half If he really Intended to I The Gainesville Public Library McNAMARA

Friedrich Gulda'i "Concertofor forcefully assault the w o man, and all University of Florida Mrs. Josephine Clemence Me-

Piano and Jail Orcheitra." :More About Airport and why he was still at her libraries win be doted 1 Namara, 68. of 1003 NW 15th
""* Ave., died Tuesday at Alachua
*- (A* lo lilt sun, apartment painting when UF Thanksgiving Day but all will

i IvGi Christine Amlu I' a19 GAIUK: ) From Pane 1 campus the police arrived to Investigate reopen for regular hours Fridayand General A housewife Hospital she came 1 1 II

el Port Huron, Mkh., Volpe Green laid the city must trim'night hours I complaintMore Saturday." years ago from Green Bay Wis-
hoUa a four font hag Italian film producer Dined. the trees before the FAA will "Fortunately at night, the The Boyi' Club will closeall consin.
bay boa conntrlctor which. Laiirtotua he plans to AboutBeating day Thursday, and win reopen
says lift the restrictions winds generally crop off to Survivors Include her husband -

she t purchased But the slick recently bouse u pet a make a movie about the life of From Page 1 "We're attempting to contact about ten knots," Dlggs aaid I at 1 p.m. Arthur; a daughter Mrs

pt.which Chrhllne named L 1'1, Swedish film star Greta Carbo private property owners, to try "It'i going to take an adverse Benefit Nancy Shaw Gainesville; a
ceitalorr Republican Commltteewom n 10 get permission. It.. not something wind condition to keep ui out." I ,brother Louis Van Caliter; and
liaLeicaped from III He said that his wife
and Mi Tuesday Jayne Butterworth and COP you can do In a real short Present Eastern schedule I i 'Set Saturday two sisters, Mrs VirginiaKemnltx
in her apartment actress Sylvana Mangano, State Executive Committee assistant while, unless you get every- call for departures at 10:30p.m. and Mrs. Esther

base building.somewhere Police In the described twojilory would portray Carbo and tha treasurer Hugh Edwards tody a blessing very quickly." and 1229: a.m. StartingDec. From Page 1 j A benefit dance for the Danny l Schweger, all of Green_ BaL_
Thomas St Jude Children'sResearch
IS, new schedule offer departures -
Green said the la
he would try to reach Miss Gar- city approtropriatlng -
the make, at III present
as burmlfii. bo to ask her lo collaborate on The tannest chairman of Volpe 110000 In the new at 12.10 and 2:IS p.m The beating took place 0 n Hospital will be sponsored
size, Construction Co, crediting Boca budget to acquire property at Other airlines use the airporton :Saturday when the five consular Saturday by the

the film! Raton and not Button with his the runway approaches. Mothng charter flights especially I officials and four other Americans ville Moose Lodge.

TUAUS tan said his tour of the VA was appropriated In the old :on football weekends were taken to the monument I The research program Galnt'1 I-

construction project here his budgetWhen Frank Watson, vice presidentof and exhibited b e I d rea hospital which was

. Singer Mel Torme and his tint visit to Gainesville was the City commission the Gainesville Chamber of crowd of 5,000 rebel partisans. entertainer Danny Thomas, ID-

estranged wife, Arlene, paused combined with a two-week vacation studied the budget Item It wai Commerce and member of Its !chides medical problems 01
"It was supposed to be a .... ,..
In south Florida. aviation committee 0' Mil. ALMA I5.NA.e
out- said the
separately not anticipated toe problem waiso ,trill," said Hoyt "Tbe crowd children such u leukemia I 5M w t'.. M Mr. Alm. L..,..
sides Los Alleles \- H. aLso'vlsited two Volpe serious Green said. The city Chamber Is urging everyone to muscular dystrophy, tumors and DVMO. oio a* ontoiur, limmm MIToMOftOIW
projects In Miami before kept pressing around the jeep' I CO. see 00 Sod Ot h M
7j courtroom stop- commission does not think lID, do what can be done to solve nutritional disorders. Pd,,. 0.5000?
plhg In Gainesville Ms we were In trying to hit us. After I .MWIlI.. .
Tuesday on way 000 will be enough to do the the problem. Reservations may be made by M Tftomoo owiorol CROOK
we were taken back to jail a.AMe to 01 Hllluoot Womortol
after a conciliation back home. job he said. However, its not as easy calling Allen T. Ennls, governor Pork MOT Kio I lroctlo of ttmonn.Thomoo .
t t5A1 along with Dr. Paul Carlson,
we Qonorol N.w.d eotMnnlioOM
court meeting Henry Plrkengill. Velpe to solve aa It might seem," he
Green laid he talked with of the local Moose group
hoe- I were told we had been sentenced m.i.;; ii. TH'.OUTII V.
project the VA
.' that fall e cL manager on said. __
ts, FAA officials In Miami Monday I 50,51. tor Mrs v..w.
' j Mrs Torme, 34, R, pital, said Volp wai very afternoon, and was not led to Watson la a private pilot to death. Blue Key Show .,.. ram*.a*to onmrtof sod III lorewcMc. IN 0..I fMt M

who had pe 11- planned with construction progress believe restriction were pond. Dr. Cartoon was on. of the I -, -, ... sled .
IM AMS Clwren. MoMono.
here TV
and showed greatInterest Christian Guests
tloned fur the Amt'rlcansaln\ on
J' then. two outside the pa. wl* 5s. so"rw
In the safety record ng ,. aw4 ::::. /. N
conference was "The action took the city by Scientists Victoria Hotel Tuesday mornIng Director of the University of c-.y ... ._ _
_ ..-: In lean as she Completion Is scheduled for lurprlse" He said he did din A medical missionary, he Florida Alumni Association o> on* CiwiMvt., M... Voor. v, _,.
mid t9f14. INN ot J" M Mir It. UlttO N
IcftlSe room. Torme tuld newt his Monday conversationwith Plan Services I had been accused of being an Bin Fleming and Director of Voro. Oiotf Nowomoor M. |... It
He I .
stayed on the Archer a. ._ _..
melt: he didn't Road city commissioner 'I Americaa "major" and attempting .the DI..... of DtvelopmenSertll'e. .. Y_ w 100 .."
ute "-
just south of the University Services'
said Thanksgiving Day to "spy" en the rebel lit -moiiio, '!. on* ko.. OSM 01Wlkk
a report George Corrick are
think* The city manager
Hospital about an hour will be held to First Churchof V *jr If yooro. tr MOmniioo
eUllClOn I on the problem win be regime guests WI ""Florida Blue Key of M Hit I.A 1.0C5,50s '
wxk. New leaving York.for JmkwnvllUand ready by middle of next week Christ Scientist DI SW "Despite what beam on Presents"' :'Fndey. al 7:45 M _'rlonot_ e. anal HH oo 1..s',00.5 .ol,.
neOD-1 12th Street at II a m. Visitors you Channel ,I.. 0110 'II ,AL owe 1eu so.M .
To&. ; ; The olpes were welcomed to for study by the city commix-are welcome Radio Stanleyville] Aid Hoyt pm. ever JfUFT-TV*, .

wa i the city by a delegation that .Included ikin. One feature '"Dr Canaan waa sever tried J. '
of the service Corrkk .
mucC1 Fleming and art .Interviewed
McKinney who He noted that of the private to court"He
gave any
..... win be a period when mdlUual GoinesvilUi Sun
.nct-1 W wirooM lo *o fcy Chip Block of the
the landowner around the airport,
I 1 Volpe" gold key to the sly
Torate- had &irgral Shrlvrr. director e! Chamber ot Commerce President -some have not to the put bees f Christian Scientist I was with u ta jail and Blue Key service erganizaDoaThey SoXurotoy.IubHeDwd end-woos s..... sense .
ti stand up voluntarily to the Victoria Hotel to the discus the Bred for
ieO il10 aell express very private .
the eewly treated Office ef Perry McGriff. CoIC Vice willing to fcy 50.GotMtvIn.M-
Their contested :t\!' President Billy Mitchell who Harold A. Diggs, Eastern AirLines their thanks in their own words. end," said Hoyt "He sever contributions to !the \1JII. h llhina Corrporh/ tOt SI
divorce trialpending. Economic Opportunity, "... I Mrs. said The sermon on Thanksgiv :saw a lawyer; he was never venity and its witless organoaiione. 24 rW.. Go gave Volpe an etch Id. station manager, he .
.. .
-.4 a.cecd
nested a large vela ing' to all Christian Science once IDlerTOCa When 11III of tier
n m ese : 1 aa
Sheriff think the ratrtctiona .
Crevasse Mr. and dote not mojrhtr at *> Pact OH the remmulty salsa program Mrs Edwards and Mrs. Butter- win keep Eastern' planes fromnweung services win consist of 'the rebel said hi bad been con I Garawttle. FrondeCtsQllAtaae
reading from the Bible .aid demned to death for 's p 71q" I. Food Baskets
TO VISIT ef Of....&. aa he told' worth. schedules here. I urn IT
reporters al a press cenfer- They were entertained a He said the planes can lie from tbe Christian Science text :tilt doctor was a Dttle esteemed The University City L I. II ,Asada Ot MALI

. Prime Minister Etakae Saleof luncheon at the Gainesville Coif the lighted runway, landing and. book. "Science: and HealthwltbKey but It teemed w fantastic 'Chub distributed SS* worth ei:! .I wish .j
ewe ef the bag range and not nee he could take II M... $5.15AS
to the Scri1Jtur.II.. ."
Japan plant to visit the and Country Club before Velpe taking oft ever tile aortneatt food baskets to seedy families
I. ,
United States hi January R "lmlllt'dlltejet el the toured the VA lite. end approach. Baker Eddy. There will aIM be seriously today. 'nod ab.alDN.. snow

was disclosed today In Tokyo war M poverty program Shitver However. Digp laid unusual hymns and a period ef prayer I "He wasal Singled. out when Flue families were selected be sod 1ft .dimes.Audit lunar MAs

held the press briefing hiAe Americana but year red wind could force the aircraft to the firing began outside the I to receive the food baskets OB tae

Etiusaburo Shiina Japan'i 111 billion hot dogs Tl 1 Gainesville Anvil City Alaska, aa hoisted the baste ef seed The
lia, Ttui, after a meet or per paaa by Victoria He was Just one of the I money Mar M.N e
foreign minister said aogoUationa kg earlier with capita And Nathan1 to Coney 'The velocity of tile wind, and village on be Seward Peninsula group and he ran Bke the rest I to purchase the food cane Iran .. r ... e".1.

art under way with Amrt Tievlay Island dan to sell more hot 'ita direction b going to hare grew tale the bustling city of M. They got kin wish the I the ebb's general fund. _s4. d... C50.1. w.sea ...wee.Ibs'1 ..
tan officials for the visit No Manse al the IBJ Jogs at one stand Ulan aa ) an the bearing la the world oo of Nome within a year after machiBeffua just as he was Ray Gamble to president ef 5Iter wnN./oof N -

date has been ilL Rats, lother In the world. air operatlone here during lilt gold was found nearby scaling tile wen," Hoyt ..lei.. I die cIIIb. u -.

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Wednesday, November 25, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3 1

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Life of a Football Mom In The T I TONITE. relax in Luxurious Comfort at UNITED LIQUORS

From Page 1 Capitol ,: ::. LAMPLIGHTER LOUNGENorth

Main St. at N.W. 10th Ave.
ion. It'i only li says the Na r.
Football Coaches Associ WASHINGTON (AP A fed
anon ersl grand jury has been Inves- COCKTAIL HOUR
Dance The Trio
Do the statistics! 37 or 24 igating the Bobby Baker case ""-. .. .* Every Evening 5 to 7 p.m. MARY Lamplighter's JERRY fr BOB -,j
Is correct alarm for six or seven weeks, It was
whichever parents of football players? A learned Tuesday. 1:.: Two Drinks for the Price of One Friday and Saturday Nights

few Gainesville parents queried Acting Ahoy Gen. Nicholas de- tJ{ OPEN DAILY II A.M.TO 2 A.M. .".:..
on the subject recently differedIn B. Katzcnbach launched the

opinions. grand jury probe, it was understood I
One mother who goes to In the midst of the presidential
most of the games but doesn't campaign. Republicansthen

enjoy them Is Mrs. Margaret were accusing Democratsof BACARDI
Gibson. Her son Mike plays a whitewash In the Senate VAT 69 Calvert LIGHT

halfback for Gainesville High. Investigation of Baker, former RUM
Imported Scotch 90% GIN r OAIK
"I have no Idea how many secretary of the Senate Demo- U
yards Mike may have run witha crats.It I KentuckyBeau
recovered fumble, all I Mill Farm
he was learned that the grand 1
watch for is to sure
jury was concentrating on subpoenaing -
gets up after every play he's in WHISKEYFlorida ( Yr. 014 K*. Lurk.*
said. "When each documents.The
on, she
it is relief and Senate Rules Committee II CHARME
game Is over a ,.,
In the when the season plans to reopen hearings Rum
I will be real glad next Tuesday. KtHtuckr St. I..,.." t
Is over." Baker case 35ths
wouldbe LIGHT w DA X ,
Mike's mother said she
much happier If he only play WASHINGTON: (AP) -Presl- 4.99 095
ed basketball and baseball.Mrs. 'dent George Meany of the AFL- C...$5 .TS $2.99 CAS(

.McMillan Johnson, mother CIO told a news conference Is, ,3 CASE $47.75

of P, K. Yonge quarterbackMack I Tuesday that the federation's

Johnson, worries too, but Football mothers ret bruised, too inside. top priority is repeal of the portion
philosophizes about the sport of the Taft.Hartley Act that
youngsters all have a tre- ference between his worrying[dition he's asking to be hurt permits states to enact laws SAVE THE UNITED WAYPAUL

mendous amount of energy and not worrying. Dr. Murphree said. banning compulsory union

which needs to be released, and "The boys are so well conditioned The physician also credl t e d membership.
I believe well supervised sports that bumps and bruises equipment with reducing Injur Meany spoke after the AFL BUY FULL QUARTSCARSTAIRStlflCd -
is the. best way for them to let disappear overnight," said ies. Faceguards have done a CIO Executive Council releaseda MASSON .
off this energy," said Mrs the senior Mickel. "When I lot to prevent facial injuries I statement which criticized the !!t se

Johnson.But played football our equipment 1 and mouth pieces save a lot of Federal Reserve Board action
like the other football wasn't nearly as good as they teeth, he said. Monday raising the discount CALIFORNIACHAMPAGNE WHITE SEAL

mothers, Mrs. Johnson watchesfor have now." Only the knees are unprotected rate to member banks from 3.S 8 YEAR OLD BLEND 6 YEARS OLD
her son to emerge safely and this Is a constant sourceof
to 4 cent.
from the big plleups. I A few weeks ago his linebacker per
worry for players, Murphree I
for PhiladelphiaRELSKA Stroi9hftlowrbon
council called raisingthe
In P. K. Yonge's third game son received a neck injury said
In a against Woodb I minimum wage from $1.25
this season, their quarterbackfailed game n e
to get up from the turf Ga. But It wasn't serious. "There's only one way a player to $2 an hour and cutting the Brut rAR TAfl6 J 5thl r
after Mack Johnson'sleft can help prevent knee Injuries work week from 40 to 36 hours. $339 .r
a play. Coach Jesse Heard at Lincoln and that Is by conditioning," Pint
broken. I
leg was
High also credited equip men t he said. "The stronger the
Will he football again? WASHINGTON (CAP) $1250
"If the doctor says his leg and conditioning for making the knees, the" smaller the chanceof of Mrs. John F. Kennedy's Virginia White Cote $37.95 '

can stand It and if he wants to game a lot safer Injury. estate, Wexford, to a Chi 399 FULL
play, then I will not object," ""The new helmets have a But, cautioned Dr. Murphree, na.born Harvard graduate who Sparkling Burgundy QUART CAS $47.75
the and i et
Mrs. Johnson said. foam rubber suspension at the padding equipment worn operates a New York invest-
Crown mother top," Heard said. "This takes by players must be carefully
Mrs. Clifford P. ment firm has been arranged.
of David Crown, an endon up a lot of shock." fitted. It's not too much helpif It was reported Tuesday that FilferadVodka DRY $2 79 5th INTRODUCING TO SUCCEED CIVI ,h
Lincoln's players being out-] It's the wrong size. 0' To Th. / THE PUBLIC THI k
the GHS team, fears the sale of the 39-scre estate In the GIN. Gainesville
opening kickoff more than any weighed by most of their op- Dr. Murphree, who also was hunt at Atoka s 7.95 Area BEST AT THE .
Virginia counry
ponents, have to use speed and a football father, had one pieceof YIAIS FAIREST PRICE.
thing. In mid De
"When the players are scattered -momentum to offset the weight advice for parents: will be completed for- Heaven 79 OLD WHISKIY OLD
I cember. The asking price $ ,
disadvantage so they in "It takes heart and desire to
"go $339 5th
out all over the field and The Bond CASI
the estate was $23,000. actual DISCOVERY
full at each other head first with confidence," compete to be a football play Hill
running -
dis- '44.1'
I sale was not
Coach Heard said. er. Don't force your son to play price 5th .ltN o CASE $11.95
that's what frightens me,
I Wayne Prlgeon, a star h a 1 If. if he doesn't have the heart for closed.
said Mrs. Crown, who she
says the The buyer, Qutn Non Wong EIGHT GUCKENHEIMER '
back ,
is footb all at Chiefland High, w a swearing sport. VERY
"Improved" as
Heart heart 31, his French-born wife and YEARS Teacher's BI.ndBARTooL
mother. a helmet during a game or no most play. OLD f
with rival Cross City last season ers In high school today have their three children plan to
"The Fve unprov- HEAVEN
ed. At one time says I wouldn't even] but It didn't lave his life.'been playing football since they move In In January.WASHINGTON IMPOftTED

watch the plays. Now I even en- Young Prigeon died of a were eight years old. SCOTCH HILL 86
the a little." brain Injury when he was gang If they played through th e (AP) Classmates
Mrs. Crown games said her -tackled late In the game and midget league years, parents faculty and friends ol f HEDGES Kentucky Straight
" apprehensions his head struck the ground. don't have to make a decision slain missionary Dr. Paul Carl YEARS on tr Bourbon
about the
game go There' an element of dangerIn when the boy gets to highschool. son have established a memorial 8

back brother a .few in years- law when broke her his all contact sports, but the He's already<< made up. fund to be run by Georgi e! OLD BUTLER m $3
I neck playing football danger can be reduced if ,the his mind and he's not easily Washington University to hell t Kentucky St. buck .
Is well dlcsouraged.One children. JOHNNIE RED rf,
game supervised, laid I his widow and two
David I Is
"But as far as concerned -
Dr. Walter who mother said she was so tuesday WALKER LABEL K-ore. _
he's had far more In- Murphree, serv- Carbon was executed 3 5ths 9.50
ed as team physician at Gainesville set against the game she refus- by Congolese rebels In the $429 CASE
than he has
juries as a UUIe boy
ed to sign her consent to let 5 99 LIGHT'
on the football field" she said High five years priorto her Stanleyville massacre. He was s 41.95 5TH Brugal Rum 0" DARI(..
this season. son play on the high school 1954 graduate of George Wash
Fathers, at least the ones we
Last season Dr. Murphr e e team. ington's Medical School.
talked the
to enjoy game more
was on the sidelines for 10 of "It would have been like signing

and worry worry a less lot than more mothers."I about my. I,he the only 11 games had to GHS attend played to, and two ssid.his death warrant," she Watch This Page! You always SAVE MORE at a e :

sons when they're behind the Only a Few Days .
persons.. "And If I get killed play I n g I '
wheel of a car out on the -
hlgh-I "One was i referee In Orlando football at least I'U die happy," Now !'
way than I do about" and the ether a cheerleader was the son's answer. I LAFAYETTE IS GAINESVILLE FOR YEARS '
the football field, said
here," said No wonder it's hard for
Murphree. "The parents COMING!
Hanssen, father of two football
CHS players were superbly conditioned -, to say "No." I '
players, one a sophomore at ? '..-- --
Gainesville High and the other and that was a main
a freshman at the University of reason they didn't need me." I SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY
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"If I did worry about their
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know my boys are gettingthe i held Thanksgiving at the Mount service Pleasant will be Sirloin Steak lb. 75c NOW AT 2 LOCATIONS IN CAINESVILLE ,

have able best"the Hansen coaching best equipment who possible played avail and Methodist 10 I m. The Church speaker Thursday will be at BARTON'S New Store Waldo Rd. at N.E.,8thAve. N.Main St. at 10th Ave. j

himself in school the Rev. Clifford F, Ferguson, 2Vi Miles South of Newb.rry on State Hwy.41 I ,
football high
and college, said "Every week!the brother of the pastor. Choir OPEN 7 A.M. to I P.M. DAILY ACROSS FROM CITIZENS FIELD Acroti From Galitotvilla Shoppinf Cents .
Number 2 win furnish the
I look forward to the seat I sic.

J. ET. Hipp has a son, Brian,''
who Is a star halfback on the COMPLETE FULL COURSEDINNER
illS team. Hipp also pointed to SMIRNOFF CraigsVODKA
the great majority of Injuries > $11 jn5o
suffered In auto accidents com- TURKEY
pared to the small number on CANADIAN4
the football field.\ '
."When my son la playing foot 6 Stroltht WHISKEY
ball 1 know where he la he's AT ALL OLD HICKORY K ceuay ..rben UNITED'SKentucky". IMPORTED

under good supervision. RIO. $'.JO
Hlpp said he doesn't worry PARK LANE KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN

during a game, although Brian's
grandmother does. GORDONS GIN 3 II91STHS
"That's because she doesn't ; CAFETERIASTHANKSGIVING
understand the game like I do.
I watch for Brian's mistakes
Instead of worrying about him." DAY VERMOUTH SPECIALS BEER SPECIALS 10 YEARS OLD

Brian has been Injured several
times, but all came In ROMA sr I.09 SCHLITZi Gus: OLD

sandlot father competition.The of Andrew. Mickel Apple or Tomato Juice IMPORTED 4.69 CGS47 N.CANS Deit

Jr.. a linebacker at LI i a coin l Cranberry Salad or Cola Slaw $ 119 STOCK ?r o: 1.99Riccadonna Hickory

High school says equipment 1 Tender Roosted Tom TURKEY '
and conditioning mean the dif- 014 <"-". CM 24 II ... N. 0...
Giblet Gravy Cornbread Dressing O99 '
3.79 $
Cranberry Sauce Beer. .
2ml i, *
Escapee ,Import** Dry *' Sweet
Candied Yarn or Whipped Potatoes Cw. 14 II ... r" De. O
Is Captured :':1:1PAYETTE. 41 Hot Roll and Butter '1.39 5th Lager Beer 3.49 I J

A' Hot Pumpkin, Mincemeat, Cherry Or it.... ..... Mr CASI $47.75
Idaho (AP) -
second escapee from the Washington or Apple Pie I .-..... a Ie I '

State Penitentiary was Hot Coffee or Iced Tie, Milk or Punch HOME Phone 81636 A

caught in Payette early today For Children Uwkt 11:10: .... t. 145 ...a. br FREE F R N/
Police Capt. Dan Walter Identified 5,00.5 4 JO p.n. Os 10} ,.-. DELIVERY

bra as Richard: Eugene

Lens .. SECONDS Hot Coffee
Captured Tuesday Bight as be or IMPORTED FULL QUART IMPORTED
abandoned a stolen ear ta Payen Iced Tee Always FlUEu LUNY

who was serving a Wo sentence j
tor murder. Three ethers Including .
lens fled from the car WINE SCOTCH

a* foot OTARD
Walter said every nit to me CLUB DELUX IMPORTED
city WM covered *s he search
continued for the ether two.
The four were part of a gang CAFETERIA QQcii Full $4795TH
ef s.*.. who tamwlH: out of me 1212 North Mile Si. CAINISYILLI SHOPPING CENTER $429 $539

penitentiary at Walla WaOaSunday ComfortoMy Air' ..*<..* 'ocil,.... P..... I'll.."" Quart STH
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Sun WtdnttJay, November 25, 1964OiciftreSt1iJIe



THE .: His Critics

JOHN L HAMIWW PwH.t ...dPvNlbre M .,y
rr COWLII, Vice ,..... And HooverBy
Florida'. Beautiful dr.f .B JOHNSON Vice Pr.ldt SOUTHBy
5 end. ..KUtlra 'fI'''> W. e. (141)
N11r L*, VIM fra'Mmt W4 A4.CMrKtirf 1 err City : :
VIM rmMMt, IM ClrQloIl'I Mee..v RALPH McGlllOf
PM,, w/e.l"p/ PMler When Dr. Martin Luther King received the news that he
THE SUN'S POLICY Of UM AllMtb, le,.) c' I hid been criticized by Edgar Hoover as "the moat no-
torloui liar in the country" he handled himself with utter

1. Report the news fully Aid brportlally the hews columns." .. luavite. He spoke, to begin with, from a thrice-advantaged
2. f xpr.M the Opinions of the Sun In-*ut cnly 1i-edi rlola. MandateTo position. One, he ii a Negro, and therefore an underdog the
i. Publlih *H tldn oi Important CMlrovtnlol IMUM. public psychology. Two, he Is a licensed Reverend and therefore

according to the book, a professionally truthful man. And
The Sun's All 378-1411
telephones: departments three, there he was when the bomb exploded, off In the seclusion -

of Bimini, preparing his acceptance speech for the Nobel
Prize. Stephen Potter could not have devised a better platform

Political FraudsIn IgnoreA c from which to practise one-upmanship. ("Excuse me, sir,

r e would you'mind if, before I answer your question, I proceed
with my coronation)

several seemingly unrelated Jan-a frightening thought for any number of military Installations -
about the county DR. KING PATIENTLY and compassionately suggested that
events in America the right-wing1 enlightened
haven't really been of any Mr Hoover k a nervous wreck. "I cannot!," he replied, "con--
extremists recently served notice value to the national security'' ceive of Mr. Hoover making a statement like this without being -
that they intend to go a* far as they Again w* ask: why is the Far since the days of the Indian under extreme pressure. He has apparently faltered under

can in limiting public readership of Right trying to suppress books? wars. They have become, the awesome burden complexities, and responsibilities of his

books which they regard as contain- Why doe the Far Right seek to keep however, local industries. Re- office. Therefore cannot engage In a public debate with him.I .

ing "dangerous" ideas. out of papers the columns of "unfriendly" moving one ii like having a wMw taBURCH'S have nothing but sympathy for this man who has served
factory close. The fact that his country so well That is another way of saying I will
writers by attacking or they are of no military value, LAST STAND not fight with a man who is cracking up.
The most flagrant (and stupid) pressuring editors? Why would the that they are an unnecessaryand Arxi indeed, people U.:- ruaii-_.:..

suppression of' printed matter was Far Right seek to prevent the sale unjustifiable expense-, Ing to the Inference that Mr.

in Salt Lake City, where the Secretary of paper from the stands, as in makes no difference to the local VIET NAM CHOICE PENDS Hoover Is sick, unstable ,-

of State of Utah, a Republican, Salt Lake City? In summary, what community or congressmen. ripe, therefore, for retirement.The
The protests mount. The New York Times the ed-
ordered removed from Capitol newsstands is behind this effort of the Far ,
have been
same people may itor of whose editorial page
a local weekly paper which Right to keep ideas they consider ob- complaining about "big gov A Deceptive Calm has been knocking Hoover for

had printed an unfriendly review ofa jectionable away from the eyes of ernment" and about govern- years, whenever the opportunity -

book h* liked- tormer'. "None the public? ment spending. But when an arose roared happily to

Dare Call It Treason." The official opportunity to reduce spending ( the conclusion that the time
Joseph Alsop Is writing u resistance Is to the Nam
presents Itself, they reactin punish will virtually give the
for Hoover
arrogant enough to admit that We submit that the ii is guest columnist while WIlIer come to go.
was answer an angry protest. aggress I Ion by retaliation European game to Gen. Charles -
his action was "to some extent polI- ugly one. We suggest that these people THE OBSOLETE posts will Lippmann Is on vacation.) against the North Vietnamese de Gaulle. Yet the mere I agree with his critics that

tical" His outrageous order, in defiance are NOT what they pretendto be eliminated. The cut will Even \before he reach. fact that a man In Ball's position Mr. Hoover's language was,

of the First Amendment to be, conservatives. There is no not be as complete as it By JOSEPH ALSOP es Washington, moreover, has taken this line In well Intemperate. Plainly Mr.
should be because of the fact WASHINGTON There Is General Taylor will be reviewing writing 1s proof enough that King Is not the most notorious
the U. S. Constitution, was of course tradition In authentic conservatism
that, in a representative government no parallel recent memory the various kinds of the President will not receive liar In the country, and to
knocked down by a federal Judge. for the book-burner, for the political realistic political l for the present state of the action against North Viet unanimous advice.MAJORITY suggest he Is, Is to weaken

But by that time he had achieved pressure artist, for the puritan who compromise Is a necessity. U.S. government. A decisionof Nam that are considered feasible the case against him more

his end ; the controversial issue was makes assaults on literature. The President Johnson's budget, such consequence Immediately by the policymakershere. of President tally. Mr. Hoover said he had

out of date and unsaleable.In American. Far Right 1 i. made up, instead while large, Is restrained. Mr. impends that it can Lyndon Johnson's chief advisors lied about the F. B. I. The
Johnson is not "a spender." only be word "lie" Implies subjective
of malcontents who have compared to the ear- Several alternatives contingency are certainly on the do-
no He does know about meeting lier decisions to resist the plans have been Vlame. On the principal fact
prepared something side, and the more
other cases John Birch Society real concern with constitutional gov payrolls. He is acquainted pressure on Berlin to meet by a president! a lly able and at issue whether as Dr.

members are making wholesale assaults ernment. We suggest, in fact, that with business's needs. He Is the challenge in Korea and appointed task force headedby to favor courageous doing something appear- King had charged, the F.B.1.

on public libraries to demand they are demonstrably unAmerican not a killer of geese that lay to force the removal of the Asst. Secretary of State pretty drastic. They consider, posted Southern agents In Albany
in their that golden eggs. But he does keep Soviet missiles from Cuba. William Ga., thereby presumably -
withdrawal or elimination of books political techniques- Bundy. The whole I in fact, that the risks of Inaction -
unwholesome they would defy circumvent an eye on the flock. Like these earlier decisions huge bundle of these plans are much than Insuring that nothing wouldbe
which they consider or even greater
We are in a nation that has the President's impending -,,1 done Mr, Hoover is, according
fare for the reading public. Underone rewrite the United States Constitution grown more wealthy than any decision about South was sent out to General Taylor the undeniably grave risks of to the data released

proposal the librarian would be i if such actions served their other In history" because of Viet Nam will either invitea emissary In Saigon so that by he a could special acquaint men positive further action. And the these correct; Dr. King Incor-
our "system. There are persons accept equation rect. That would have been
forced to "balance" every so-called And gigantic catastrophe, If he himself with all their of this
purpose their purpose is raw, and organizations who choice that must enough to Justify Mr.'
liberal book by acquiring another seizes the do-nothing horn details before
plunging into be made with
somehow manage to believe now the stern
naked Their vaunted Ameri- calling Dr. King's statements -
which the Blrchers recommend a* that If taxes were eliminated, of the dilemma, or it will the coming round of meetingsin choices at Berlin, in Korea "false" If there
canism is only a fraudulent trapping risk a dangerous storm, if Washington and are
id Cuba.
"conservative. That, of course, they would make even more grounds for Mr. Hoover's believing
would convert these selfappointedvicars to hide a lust for maximum con- money. They somehow do not he seizes the dosomethinghorn. The new choice may be that they were Inten-
But' In these THESE
of our morality into colibrar- trol of all government machinery. comprehend that if taxis dramatic circumstances, the FACTS point equated with these other tionally and knowingly false,
were too drastically cut, profits though not conclusively -to choice for a quite simple and that therefore Dr. King is
would be less and the Johnson administration con a future choice of the dilem
reason. The consequences of a liar, ha should have stated
business complex w o u 1 d de tinues to wear an air of ma's do something horn.
running ", from the those grounds. He didn't
U S PRESSURE FOR MLPBreak away present so
strange, lethargic calm.
cline. But there are other signs choice will be as shockIng far as one knows.
No group In America hat pointing to the oppositechoice .
I fared better, for example, THE CALM Is deceptive.The For the Eu as the consequences
would have for Instance ON THE OTHER hand
been one
Alliance for ? ,
Unity' than those who deal in land decision to accept defeatIn rope-minded Undersecretaryof If President John Kennedy sympathizes with the exasperation
and h o 1111 a g. Values have Southeast Asia, or to do State George Ball, whose
had not dared take the need Mr. Hoover must have
gone up every year. The good l the hard things that will haveto knowledge of Asia could be
O Nrta tfork Itmrs1 was seized upon by plannersas greatest friends In Bonn, Lord Is not going to create be done to avert defeat, comfortably contained In ed steps to get the Soviet felt It should be recalled that
a missiles out of Cuba. for 40 years he has been
political device to Instl- Chancellor Erhard and Foreign But In a
a additional Land
By C. L. 8ULZBERGER any acreage win soon be made if only fairly small thimble I has
tutlonallz Atlantic unity and Minister 8c h r 01 d 11'. values will continue to I In because It must soon be another way there Is a difference model of probity. Is this now
the less been
PARIS Some electricityhas none writing the
Us West Europe to the U.S.A. And, while fracturing the Al- crease. Yet, It is obvious that made. Furthermore, the signs memoranda syndrome, long since Identified -
run out of the Western advocating a negotiated by social observers
11 s n c., we would probably the federal of as
regulations -
of THIS TECHNIQUE!: of using policy of an impending decision are
criifs with postponement a with the "the megalomania of the
CtBA. In aging
frustrate Korea
our own patient efforts and guarantees h a i and
Common Market clash, aversion t military problem for political already dlscernable, despite Vietnamese Communists.Ball' twice despot?" Or Is it more ,
at Berlin
to ease tensions with the made attainable the growth over a pistol
of a tariff collision and purposes was tried before the apparent lethargy.One memoranda whichhe likely that h
Soviet Union. In the that the
and prosperity of I land and was put ribs of the
the likelihood that when and rejected a decade age such sign Is the recallof has circulated wide- time has
fairly finally com for the
The U. S.
British, who are expert those who deal In IL government, In full
NATO ministers meet next with the European Army. diplomatic operators, are not our ambassador to South ly, pass over the difficulty of view of the country and the F. B. L to protect itself

month' they will politely Jean Monnet. that charming In the forefront of ML?.'. THE AMERICAN: "system"of Viet Nam, Gen. Maxwell Taylor negotiating from weakness. world. The mere fact of the against the carpers, whose relentless
dodge that burning Issue, the and distinguished manufacturer opponents but quietly seek to enterprise, regulated as it for discussions with the They also suppress the obvious pistol made the American and often vicious!
Multilateral Fore or ML.F. of stimulating drink and dilute It and change Its form. is, has made possible the President and the other chief fact that any Imaginable much easier. criticism suggests the FBI.
But the storm still glowers. thought, stubbornly p u s has They would shrink the suggested prosperity which exist -and policymakers. In his reports negotiated' settlement at this is responsible for everything
Almost Inevitably It will on* after another project for fleet, thus shrinking which has been in effect for from Saigon, General Taylor time would amount to a con But there la no pistol now. that goes wrong In this country

break next year If M.LF. Is supranational integration and German participation, and so many years. It wai a has long since warned that cealed surrender of South .There Is only the continuous from churches blown up
brought to the ultimate teaL his Influence can be seen In dump their own deterrent Into system that ran counter to all the South Vietnamese resist- Viet Nam to the North Vietnamese but HI defined deterioration In Birmingham, Ala., to faulty -
be US. policy ahlfts parallel to of the situation In South
Should that US. project NATO's nuclear pool the predictions of economists ance to Communist aggression and of Southeast security arrangement in
submitted to the Alliance In his Ideas. An impressive series While this horrifies the political who believed there would bea will not continue m Indefinitely Asia as a whole to .the Chi. Viet Nam. Hence, the final motorcades In Providence,

I Its present form by placingIt of American states men philosophers of M.L.F., post-war decline of substantial unless fairly radical nest Communists. choice Is not easily predictable R. I., to presidential assassinations -
has mid the to
under NATO command.M.L.F. pilgrimage .
most Allied generals think It proportions.It measures are taken to bolster is In Dallas Tews.
Monet a noble edifice on the The Ball memoranda fur although it hard to believe -
will be opposed by was the American system -
France. And Manllo Broslo, Paris horizon a reasonable plan was carried Another Washington that enabled young men It.In principle, at least the ther asserts that the troubleIn President Johnson will Mr. Hoover's grievance Is

NATO' Secretary General, M.LF. Is oppoeed by some by former NATO Sec graduating from engineering Saigon embassy has also endorsed Viet Nam 1 II damaging the agree to open his first elective essentially that any child who

w I r 1that any "major small Allies like Norway and retary-General Stlkker, suggesting agribusiness administration the view that the right United States In Europe, without term in office with the will concentrate for Just a
chango" like M LF. la Unacceptable Denmark who fear Us Soviet schools to step,into well-pay- minute on the problem, Is
that Instead of M.LF. way, Indeed the only( way to bothering to note that a greatest U. S. peacetime de-
full and the The fact that capable of h bin i
"without the ) repercussions but principal big Jobs. manyof appre en g
of Intercontinental
a squadron bolster
: South Vietnameservoice gigantic U. S. failure la Viet
unanimous consent of all concerned adversary la De Gaulle Minutemen missiles In the these promptly a. cribed what are the duties of the

." who objects both to Integration United States be financed and their success to their own FBI and what aren't the
WHEN A PROJECT to Increase concepts and to tilt way genius and became a r dent duties of the FBI.
controlled together/ with our
nuclear missile Washington I would apply conservatives of the political
strength In West Europe first them. And where others European Allies. This 1 Ideadldn't right revealed merely their i The F. B. I. Is supposed to

originated It was for purely pique, De Gaulle smashes shrift.N even receive short own lack of recognition of a of the seek out evidence concerning
military reasons. Russia had This Is what worries Broslo system that has continued to People certain kinds of crime committed -

loomed ahead with productionof whose task ls to held the TERMS or "cost efficiency progress because of 1U Innovation or contemplated. It Is
medium rang rockets. So throbbing Alliance together. ," NATO can gel certainly *., Great Britain h 11 I not a general bodyguard for

many were sighted on European Against Gaulllst adamanc more defense for leas another Socialist labor go"... The Sun's Opinion Page* all idealistic people on till
targets that on September la tilt massive determination money by other formula than eminent European government march.IF .

l> Ittl Khrushchev boasted of M.L...'. proponents, bead- M.LF, and politically Europe subsidies of private enterprise m4 (MUM** .! ire ...... .>k_. I. tt* Vet M .! MM .P.*It tel..... Ut*.r
to me that Britain, Franc ed resolute of Isn't ready for this form of are commonp la e e. move be 4,iM4 ..4. k..r the we '. ...4... ...._ w.H U .It....... U _-W. A ...... slmMMt A GRAND Jury refuses
and "flgur Uvely by a group Integration no matter how derairable Their economies are more .ICM4 500 ....* ..*. IPWI k* once wi M ..ty .". II', .l ... Ness ,..... .....* I* HM* The to Indict (as has been the case
Italy were American Intellectual Including See men** ... NM M rl.t Mf Mtw so H ehecese if. ttK.rt ......'.. she ......*. ...*.* w so far In of tilt
the dream. The respect
speaking" our (Russia's) hosts Professor Robert Bowie, only controlled than our own. They 1.f..R men
(jer.First Henry Owen, Walt Rest w violent opposition come from are In the Common Market, apprehended by the F B. Land

General Norstad then and ethers. Dean Acheson, In Franc although there ar* enacting protective tart Ifs I Nikitn'a Fall the world Communist parties What does It matter U the charged with the murderof
NATO others who will demur In Great Britain has Invoked an the three freedom tighten
General Lemnltxer. a review of Bowie's recent any must be expected. buyer I II a child or a psychopath -
commanders sought to rebel- book excoriates "flexibility"and showdown Import duty of IS per cent. or an escaped convict? who were killed during the
ance Jhl threat by stationing "compromise" a* "deadly But Franc Is Inescapably THE AMERICAN system Hear! LessonsEDITOR The argument between the His money 1 II as good u summer), that Is not tile
similar missiles on the continent enemies of continuity in both In Europe and In the for all of Its regulations, la Russian and Chinese Communist else's. What anybody F B. L's responsibility. If a
Jt was then that M.LF.began foreign policy. Alliance and Franc alone freer than any other. It will. Sun: Whit lessons has been misrepresented against free are you Jury refuses to convict has I Ie
to assume It* current can block the unanimity cited of necessity move forward have w* learned from and misunderstood in enterprise? the case with the man Beck-

ahapi But M L.... I Is not only YET IF WE Insist M by Broslo. Franc, Indeed with cooperative plans l for the fall of Khrushchev? Probably most of the Western world. It Besides, on* of n extremists with charged with murdering
a military concept and It la bringing the present M LF. to 1 II a key to Western defense federal and state government none but It should remind has usually been reported asa might need to get s gun m a Medgar Evans), that bnt the
noteworthy that Norstad maybe a crunch, w* risk losing far despite Its half heartedNATO *. It was not entirely us of many things wetend conflict between t h e Russian hurry so w* can kill somebody responsibility of the F.B.L

numbered among the Allied more than w* can gain. W* participation. NATO humorous to read la the pa- to forget Such as, the program of peaceful coexistence and all that government These facts known
generals and admirals would Insure De Gaulle's em- mala headquarters, fuel pipelines pert; a few days after the recent nature of communism has not and th* ChInese red tap might slow us down to J. Edgar :
who lUUi It. bittered opposition and challenge ports, storage points national election where changed. Communism remains Communist program of t II What do you want socialism Hoover and the F. B. L
Some of these argue the him to seek a second and communications network Cities and states that bad a dictatorial tyrannyover Inevitability of thermonuclear AH the time, mar laws even a* you and 1 know our
uggisted missile fleet would presidential term. W* would an located hi or run through voted against the udmlnlstraUon tilt mass of the Russian war This to not the truth laws law. First Hung first name are not so difli-
accomplish far test for defense encourage schism la West Franc. And if, in the name were ruthirg Washing. people. The Russian people The argument b ever tie best know somebody win want you to cult to master that a Doctor of

and at far greater coat Germany's dominant party by of Allied unity, w* try to ton with pleas for federal a d had no influence or authority way to conquer the world and pas a law that will really Divinity and Nobel Prize winner .

than ;other Idea that have dividing West Germany and Impost our present concept ,I for local: projects In the election of the new how the Communist Party In keep drunken drivers oft the should fall so eoniUt.
been':spurned or never seriously Franc Thus we might well De Gaulle will splinter Allied It to necessary that a President Communist leader L. onid each country should act road. Always somebody entry to do so. and should permit .
want himself .
considered. But M.LF. help unseal Washington's two unity. Is this what"* want? of the United State Brezhnev OBSlR1RIfmnstnmg : to take therefore to otter
ur Individual
away vague and Irrelevant crttIdsms
have a sens of tumor -anda -
phOoaophy. He encounter Secondly, communism cannot freedom and liberties. of lilt F. B. L sunVetai

POTOMAC FEVERBy so much that b petty and so mellow. If tt allows forces OBSERVERCUS filially! to let up to Mr.
much greed In masks of of Internal freedom to develop Hoover a head of steam which

JACK WILSON Cowl* Washington Bureau piety and economy that his past a certain point these By Laws? S only/ DOW, at lie 'JI, blow

President Johnson accepts a gift hog from Iowa. fell keep It at the ranchto patience and perspective are will destroy the stability of Iff.

allow friends what pork looks like before it goes Into the barrel. strained. the entire system. Since Russian EDITOR: Sun How can Among leglslativ benefits I think la recognhlo tf put

Fortunately, the peoplegave Communist leaden d e any freedom-twin; American to blind persons In the tut- service: and put prevention
RuMlan official claim our "preys people la the West arc dirty mind Mr. Johnson a mandateto not wish to commit suicide, want law retiring refistra- ed States I* trw "....,are lit was entitled to 0w
ed. Not the comrads-they get a complete brain wuh at regular interval Ignore UN lunatic fringe freedom mast be rationed tine of fire arm' You an Interfering travel concession" which cloudburst; sad I hop h* will
and to proceed with the bust- and reversible Finally there wiia the be** rightof make Us possible tor I blind sol accept till hotheaded

The Chinese atomic bomb turns out to be worse than we thought Now the ness' of doing what! I II best forUM is general agreement that amore hardware and drums pence and his seeing attendant geese ef his critics thai sug.h*
question la whether anybody la the world hu a Chinaman's chance country. This' b* will do. aggressive attitude by dealers to make a dollar to travel pa ODe ticket "tin.Geiaesvill. .


November 25 1964 Gainesville Sun 5
Wednesday. ..- ,. _.
- -- -

Doctor Tells Jackie's Numb Reactions ,j II p. The best is

too good"

WASHINGTON (AP) "I to her two of the roses she had "She expressed a desire! to be essential that we have him roses which had broken i customers

told Mrs. Kennedy that the carried during the fateful motorcade in the room," Buckley said Immediately as Mrs. off"Two lying on the floor,"; be sure that only

pMsldent was dead. I 'Realizing' that death was imminent was going to stay ex Burkley put them In hit pock, P4 fresh, potent drugs of
"She walked to the table I 1
Burkley, who had been vs-
In the and that It was so where she was until et. :
touched the foot and kissed the motorcade, arrived at Parkland be close she could I J top quality will be used In
,to as as was effected, Burk "On the way to the plane,
Instep, then walked to the side Hospital three to five minutes overrode the protests of some I said. we rode In silence for a while," prescriptions filled here.
of the table and felt Ms hand."I after Kennedy was brought I the people In the room FLORIDA PHARMACY
was some delay, but he said. "I then reached Into the i
In those words White House
brought Mrs. Kennedy local officials sgreed pocket and took out the roses I ODI'S PHARMACY
physician George G. Burkl e y I "I went directly to the emergency the door, where she stood Kennedy followed the cof had gotten from the floor and
told of the moment Mrs. John room" be told the com with my arms protecting her.she f and Burkley took a last gave them to Mrs. Kennedy,
F Kennedy learned in asassto'sbullets mission. "Mrs. Kennedy was momentarlaly rested at the emergency room. stating what they ere.
had killed her husband seated In I folding chair direct. I head on my shoulder. roses which hed been In "She took them put them In II
In Dallas. I ly beside the door of the small "At one point she knelt car with the president were her Jacket pocket smiled and SPECIALSWED.FRI.SAT.
Burkley'wrote his report on room In which the president was prayer for a few seconds the wastebasket," he saidRIUTtD. thanked me." I
Nov. 27, 1963, five days after being observed." then arose and stood quietly." ) "I
President John F. Kennedy was Burkey went Inside. Another physician said Kennedy'a .
killed. It Is among the exhibits "It was evident that death life was gone, and Burkley '
made public Monday by the was Imminent and that he was verified that the J ::1':1'T

Warren Commission. In a hopeless condition," Burk- was dead. ((25s) S9c
Burkley also told of Mrs. Ken ley said. Then he told Mrs Kennedy. I I re9.

nedy's determination to remain He left and talked with Mrs. Burkley said the upper postlon ALKA-SELTZER 44
with the body, and of returning Kennedy outside. of the president's body Oswald's : .


Next in Line: 'Whatever Loneliness I HAIR RINSE 77c

Happened to 0V Hubert9By I tune he set out(AP for) -the From So sparse venation Lord between recalled them Oswald's was I 1 I FRESH START. .98gXLARGI

Union In September 1959 bitterness "about the fact his
I ) be returned home three mother had to work In a drugstore :
HARRY KELLY smoothly, little attention Is paid'bit more, assigning Johnson to later, Lee Harvey Os- In Fort Worth" and once I ree. 7Sc
WASHINGTON AP On to it the chairmanship of the National I saw few Americans other heard his views on religion I
( ) of the capital's favorite guessIng -. But even then a trend had be- Aeronautics and Space Coun- embassy officials. "1 do not know why we discussed Toothpaste 54g

games Is whether Hubert HHumphrey's gun to give the vice president cil.Now those he saw remember religion," Lord told the
Incandescent spirit: more responsibilities and duties. It Is Hubert Horatio of the sullen loneli commission, "except that possibly I lAYIR'S 79
will be obscured by Lyndon B Herbert Hoover once said he Humphrey's turn, and Johnson that seemed to set him he noticed that I had i I ree.
Johnson's long shadow was the first chief executive to apparently has no Intention of from other men. Bible. Oswald could not see how ASPIRIN ((100s) 56
Johnson him- ._ enlarge the field of the vice shunting him off Into a corner I freighter S. S. Marlon I could believe In God In view /
self knows the president by having Charles He has already proposed that bound from New 0 r- of the fact that science hat
hazards. Like Analysis: I Curtis attend Cabinet sessions"so the government established an to La lOsers, carried disproved the existence of God LANOLIN PLUS rof. 99.
he would know what official residence for the vice mater .
was and there
Humphrey he Wlmt The four passengers; a retired that was only
was one of the going on in the executive arm presidentBut ," SHAMPOO 77
colonel and his wife, a f/
New I, of the and from present Indications
government, wouldbe
most celebrated '
student off to France to All three passengers thought
.Mean better to take |nd reports the President has
personages on prepared over Oswald to a university
I hia college studies and was heading ,
Capitol Hill, the presidency If needed." enough work lined up for Hum possibly in Switzerland' D.VILIISS ref. 1.95

yet all but van- Franklin D. Roosevelt del.I ,'leisure phrey that time he et will home.have little ,. B. Church Jr., the re--, They had no Idea he was on his VAPORIZER. $539

ished as John F Kennedy's vice gated Important administrativeduties I In addition to the other vice- : colonel, remembered Os i way to defect to the Soviet .
president "Whatever happenedto to Henry Wallace In didn't find out
to the Warren Commis Union. Lord un
Lyndon Johnson the World War II. Harry S. Truman presidential assignments, John
was till month later when his mother
Is said to want ss an unsociable, with I
joke going the rounds then. made Alben W. Barkley a mem- son Humphrey 1"a. ARTRA 77
sent him a clipping -
who newspaper /
was sea-
such .
ber of the National Security keep an eye on departments passenger .
From the beginning, vice from home.Returnlag.
as labor, agriculture and quite a bit during the 11-
presidents had a lost feeling. Council, where he participatedIn health, education and welfare,! journey and who, In his I to the United SKIN TONI CREAM ",. tic
The flrs.t, John Adams felt he policy making. and to act as a lightning rod for conversations: bitterly de- States on the Halland-Americsn
held "the most Insignificant office Dwight D. Eisenhower bad Ideas In government. He may the hard times his I liner Mal dlm, Oswald penned GIANT VASELINE Peg 79
that ever the Invention of Richard! M. Nixon represent himon also make use of the Mmneso- had during the depres- a confused, heavily misspelled ,
man contrived or his Imagination various public occasions bothat tsn's bright Image abroad by political treatise on ship's stationery HAIR TONIC. .61 *
conceived." home and abroad, as well as giving him overseas missions.If colonel's wife made an outlining his disillusionment -
John Nance Garner, summing laving him join discussions of all this holds true, It doesn't to get to know the re- with both capitalism and
up his job in 1934, likened the the Cabinet and National Secur- communism."I .
seem likely will be asking
anyone .48FOR
but was re- POLIDENT
vice presidency to a spare tire: tity Council. "Whatever happened to Hubert and passenger even had difficulty have lived," he wrote, /

as lo.1..s. _everythingL Kennedy enlarged the.J job !_ Humphrey?" his address for her "under both systems, 1 have DINTURIS eye 69e
the I. d a (I-
sought answers
: .. card list. She lent
though It would be very easyto
Time's !' One of Ailing a ,book then, which left him he never to the re- dupe myself Into believing

a Wasting care of the chief one system Is better than the -FREE- I
"than, I know they are not"
I who seemed to feel I
Quints Dies; Oswald was "a smart
Called Out Lyndon More Pecans

Others PoorPARIS Joe Lord, the student Nut yen It your ,ru.s are
was Oswald's cabin mate,\ tpreytd for Sponlth Mot noun! IDL COLORING

(AP) One of the him ."a normal I. healthy FlO*IDA MST CONTROL .:..
JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP-) chairman. About 906 friends I Sambor quintuplets died during mentally alert, but I a CHIMICAl CO. -
Call lot free
President Johnson has demonstrated -turned out at the bun tin I' the night, the Ministry of Public cynical. Neither i I Intonate, 0-2661
anew his zest for maltIng draped National Guard .armory. Health announced today. ._an outgoing type, so con- BOOKS
---- -- --- -
I hurry-up travel plans. By Watson, borrowed by Johnson Officials said the dead babywas .
Ms own testimony, he was airborne to act as a key aide duringthe the last born, Jean-Luc,
on a 600-mile round trip fall election campaign, Is who weighed 2 pounds 7 ounces
Ont Per Customer .,..
at birth .
! Tuesday night just 20 minutes rumored to be In line for a top Monday.The I It
ministry said there had iMONEY I
after he decided to get going White House post. ,
Johnson's decision to fly to I Nothing said at the dinner din been "no Important change" in I While They Lost! "
1 !testimonial dinner at Mount the condition of the other two t ,I
co tars g e d such speculation boys and two
Pleasant In far northeast Tells girls
Many of the 14 speakers on thepror.m Just tN how I
required fast action by others, The babies were born to Mrs us much c.- It c... r.
seemed dew n right I you need to pay old rte Mei / MISS CLAIROL. .88
,Raymond Sambor, wife of a bills I for home I lmprovemtntt IM t.=. ,=, *
too.Mrs. mournful they hinted that(! ...
Johnson, he related, took :mailman In a Paris suburb. tar r.. $115 00 $11 00 <<2.00 $2500 CRIAM
Watson would be { FORMULA $1.25
just 11 minutes to drive half a moving eU.1 I, The Health Ministry said I pairs, for all your 21100 1100 3700 3100 ref.
Johnson himself sold Jean-Luc seasonal espenaes
mile to their I ranch home, nothln'l( had been suffering Phone fo rCourteous prompt, moo 2000 10000 393J
change her clothes and get to about a new assignment from respiratory troubles which service.qI.M miM PHILLIPS (Ipleln, mint) eeg <9e
tai''?I m< ftm*
Watson, 39, who now Is assistant -suddenly worsened Tuesday
the plane time for departure. '
to the president of Lone night. Three hours later a hemorrhage LOANS UP TO $600 : Milk of Magnesia 54
Star Steel Corp. He did I say of the lungs developed $
Secret Service agents and Watson was "as wise as my father and he died. News of the I
White House communlcat I 10
n i as gentle as my mother, death was withheld until this fiimmf
experts also had to step live as loyal and dedicated and as morning.The I WILDROOT .62 /
ly. close to my side" as wife LadyBird surviving babies were In I
The dinner that prompted( and as effective as Texas Incubators at the pediatrics cen- 'INANCI SUVICI, INC. : CREAM OIL lube 3 es. "3. lie
such hast honored Marvin Gov. John B. Connally whom ter of the Paris Faculty of Medicine I ( .f Gainesville I

Watson, a steel company executive the President described as "my Doctors said their condition I 204 8. E. First Street .... .., .o .. .fR 646J1MiiwftrturWt I I LYSOL 46fDISINfECTANT
who 1 18 Democratic state best friend." would remain precariousfor e e e e ,
at least 10 or 12 days. ,
Connally, aboard a borrowed I
S es. ref. 59 I
DC3 executive aircraft, stop.
He'll Forgive pod at the LBJ Ranch to pickup Bruce l......04 *..*.1 ',Ic. f 0 r. r>.. C... Ow Out I. .". _.. twiga. I
,,, ,
Purely ed.rt To i 4 **ir < Uv KM MMitoitut .Mrs. -.... i SLIM MINTGUM
the Johnson for the 300-) ecuwnay spoon pwpm."p *>n4.toil :::..idiMwfW).
VandalsIf mile trip to Mount Pleasant, a High on 569 $125
town of 10000. e e e e .
CHADDS FORD. Pa. (AP) For the return trip to the I Bruce Purdy of Ironwood
"This is the way I have chosen ,ranch the Johnson took the Golf Club led the Sunday Mixed
to try and make some good DC3 at far as Longview, a 5s-I League at Palm Lanes with a CONTAC (lOs) 97<
come out of this unfortunate 1 smile hop, and there transferredto 1H9-19J-IK 59 Bob Brown,
Incident," said artist Andrew I, an Air Force Jetstar. trans- Team No. 2. had $47. $1655 H COLD CAPSULIS eel $1,41
Wyeth as he announced he,|I,Work Bea Purdy, Ironwond led the .
would forgive vandals who damaged on I the new federal women with 471 end Esther Van lAY In. AQUA .NIT. ell ...)
his studio last Oct 31, if: budget'' / dominated John aon'ai 1 Leer Kirkpatrick & Pierson

II schedule today Arriving to talk I lad 4MIlronwood. HAIR SPRAY .66;
They "come to me personally
about and
budget pen e I n e II rolled 234S and hadan
and make restitution according'problems sere Postmaster Gen-[ lit best game. John Snecd
to their conscience and ability!eral John A. Gronouskl. Budget had a 202 single game high'
to pay; give solid evidence that Director Kermit Gordon a II i Joyce Nachtrleb made the CORICIDIN .79*

they understand the ":would: ChairmanJohn Macy of dj split and Harvey Nachtrieb 1-7// For that drop in the )
and COLD TAU 25s $1.19
harm In their act bucket ref.
Civil Service Commission. J7.Decorator. you jet i car
never repeat It Any who do not -- ----- Central Motors In Germany
fulfill these to me will be prOlforted. withBucket

Wyeth said state police had 4-speed floor shift

told him they have the names of 4 S-hp engineAllvinyl .
a.wut M of a gang of some M trim ACCOUNTS

youths who sacked his studio.I DRAPERY FABRICSDISCOUNT Electric wipersWindshield ," run DILIVIRY
smashing and damaging art washers '"
works. Wyeth said eight had: Padded dash :- I

visited him Saturday I to apolo-i 1 Padded sun visors : ,.. THMI'S ONI
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dining room and table are Guests can either be seated

News of Special InterestTo Festive Holiday Tables large enough.Russian Service can around be provided single with table individual or> they

If. however, your dining room stack-type tables set up In the
and table are small or you are living room. Although these
the Colored an apartment dweller without a stack tables are Informal, they
Community dining room, you might try the should be Just as attractively
'so-called Russian service. This set with flatware crystal and
News Items for this pair should bt directed to Ben F. Chllds, Colored News I calls for the entree plate to be linen You can even provide individual
editor, by majl at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do not lend served in the kitchen and centerpieces, If you

Items directly to the Sun office. brought to the table.In like.
PwwrM .,,_""" *. ....",1,.*, will to towtf m PaW 1 a strict Interpretat I Ion of

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS sympathy are gratefully acknowledged SPECIAL NOTICEThe Russian service, the entree Farewell

Mt Carmel Baptist Youth and also deeply appreciated Mt. Sinai Baptist Association plate replaces a rather ornate Honors
Forum today, 7:30: p.m.; and by the family of the board members and also service plate that Is in place Party

Teachers' Meeting tomorrow, late Mrs. Awn M.. Weathers. friends are to meet ThanksgivIng 8d throughout the soup and appetizer I. Mrs. ZieglerA

7.30: p.m.NOTICE. Joe Weathers and family. Day at 6 p.m. at the Friend- courses.In .
ship Baptist Church on NW this modern day and age farewell party was given
THANKSGIVING PROGRAM 2nd Street. : the service plate need not be Monday evening to honor Mrs.

AU members of Ushers' Board There will be gospel singing All auxiliaries are asked to + ornate and can even be dis- James R. Ziegler by Mrs. Edward

No. 1 of Spring Hilt Baptist at the Antioch Holiness Churchon submit their written reports on pensed with entirely. L. Fox, who entertainedwith

Church are asked to meet at N!. 8th Ave, Thursday at finance. Buffet Style a coffee-bridge party at
the church on Monday, Nov. 30, 8:30: p.m., sponsored by the The song service will be con her home.
It 7 p.m. Young People's Willing Work.:ducted by the district, west The third type of service, buffet
ers' Club. I coast and also east coast choirs can range from very formalto Come one, come all ...

FETED AT SURPRISE PARTY The following will participate Rev W. A. Miles will be the Informal. I lops (Drier
The members of the Mt.. Carmel In the program: Crown Jubilee Iprinclpal speaker .on the occa- In formal buffet service, each
diner has a place set for him at (f Ji1004ft
Baptist Church' gave the Singers, the Harmony Four and unn I
pastor's wife, Mrs. Affie Wright, others whose names were not I' The public la Invited. a damask-covered table but all Fm.L DANCE
the food Is ANNUAL
I arranged on a sideboard
her birth-
a surprise party on given.
buffet. I aINI"T 0'OOM.JJI
day last Friday in the din I lag 'The pastor, Rev. Sam Ban NOTICE or Theoretical 1 y,
each guest Is served maid
room of the church. nister, has Invited the public to The West Coast Ministers and and-or butler.A by a
Mrs. Wright was accompanied be present., Mrs. Cadie Dorsey,
; Deacons Union, auxiliary of the modification of this service,
from' the parsonage to the reporter, [Mt. Sinai I Baptist Association r'T very much In vogue In sophisticated
dining room, and on enteringthe will meet at the Friend h I p homes along with the
door Mrs. Cato flashed the AILING AT HOMEThe e
Baptist Church Nov. 2729. Mrs. d revival of English and Victorian I
the camera and said "sur- following persons are P. L. Scott, reporter; Rev. W. furniture, calls for the host to I
prise." The group sang "Happy ailing at their homes Rev. A. LJ SJ
D. Dennis, president; Mrs. Law- do the serving from the buffet DANNY THOMAS
Birthday, Later when all persons k Jordan and Ernest Samuel. ton, secretary. while the hostess carries the FouMir

were quiet,Mrs. Wright be* Mrs. Florence Brown, reporter. ., conversational ball. SAT., NOV. 23
'ML Car mel 1 I
gan singing, AILING AT ROME I This service works beautifully
Loves Me. PATIENT IN HOSPITAL Storting at
The following members of the when your dining table is not
table laden with
The was Mrs. Julia Worthy is a patient -
Mt. Herman Baptist Church particularly large and you havea MUSIC irTht -
cake, punch and other refreshments In the Alachua General .
Serving at the punchbowl Hospital. Mrs. .F. D. Shannon; are ailing at their homes Deacon piece of furniture that can be Chessmen
used as a sideboard. 'I
Albert Hall, Mother Annie
were Mrs. Jerl Taylor, reporter. ,
Bell Rhodes, Ned McClen don In a less formal buffet servo
Mrs. Martha Franklin, Mrs. ADMISSION $2 00 COUPLI
Ia ice, everyone helps himself I f
Barbour Miss Melba NOTICE and Rev. A. L. Joidan.
Alenda Bradley.. Mrs. Pearl Hill, Mrs TJie, 5th Sunday M I n liters, Their friends hope that they from aluminum the buffet table (a folding, MOOSE LODGE
covered with
will\ soon regain their normal 5" d a
Webb, Mrs. Christine Cato, Deacons, Laymen's and Wom 7 pretty cloth works perfectly I N.I. 23rd llvd
Mrs. Nellie Grant Mrs. Mae en's Auxiliary will\ meet at the physical condition. e well). I II
Mable Walker, Mrs. Beulah Shady Grove Primitive Baptist
Parker, Mrs Willie Roberta Church beginning Friday at 730; ARCHER NEWS
Mrs. Geraldine Ware, Mrs pm. through Sunday. Union Plans MeetingThe FOREST PINES
Artie Ross and Mrs. Ellen Ministers and Deacons

Days. _, PARADISE NEWS Union Mo. 2, auxiliary of the How many ways and style I may be served by the host or himself.

The honoree Mrs Wright, received Special Notice Suwannee River Progressive are there to set a table and the serving I dishes may be, Family style Is a fine, friendly -
many beautiful and help The Sunday School of the St. association, with Rev. N. A. serve a meal? I passed so each diner can help, way to serve If both your
ful gifts. Sne expressed her Luke Missionary j l Baptist Jackson, moderator, will meet With all the holiday festivities -
deep appreciation to all for their Church Is sponsoring a hay ride st the St. Paul Missionary Baptist close at hand, give some I

kindness and also thoughtfulness. and also services at the churchon Church Nov. 27 29. thought to setting your holiday You Don't

Mrs.. Esther Hamm, reporters Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28, tables In a new and Interesting Have

at 7 p.m. THANKSGIVING PROGRAM fashion so you can serve guestsas To Put Up With ,4t
-' The public Is Invited. Miss There will be well as family with ease and ? ,
a Thanksgiving
NOTICEThe Leah Rentz, reporter; Rev. N. program and also kitchen shower grace.So I Excessive Facial Hair
Eighth Division Ministers A. Jackson, pastor, at the New Salem Baptist many times things get out ',,01.Jo;;

and Deacons Union, auxiliary of .. Church dining room on Nov. 26at of hand during the holidays and Enpirti the eountpr- nose agree there li McCoy lull...... 'tiu<| I..t oCD... lit. School
the Jerusalem Baptist Association NOTICE- the first thing you know, your I only ont practical way to remove fgp.r- N.I. nth A.... .nd N.I. 25th St.
with Rev. T. D. Davis, The Seventh Division Min I I. 730pm.Following. guest list Is bigger than your) fluoui hair Artielii by ixpirti 'In fading, Fivi N.w Mawnry Heals
the program, refreshments bed wom.n' mogonnii and biaury quittloni answered In worn Thrtf bedrooms, tilt,' bath kltchtn, living room dining room
moderator, will\ convene at the ers and Deacons Union auxiliary dining facilities. You might .n't columns 'In
will be served. Selling niwipapin all agrii that dictrolytii ,It the and a large storage and utility room plus front porch! Builton
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church with of the Jerusalem Mission at the church able to solve the problem by only permanent Mil way available for hair removal. The a nice nit' lot complete with, plants and lawn.
Rev. R. Ford, pastor Nov 27- cry Baptist. Association wit begins at 6p.m. simply changing your usual I cost of this' service It within the beauty budget of thou who Total ,il<* Including latinf cut . .$9500.00
29. Rev T. D. Davis, moderator, style of serving.If bun applying' cowmtlct' Hundndt of women ore pliaMd DowRMr" .nly . . . . . J50.00M
The members and other discount the extremesof with Mr. Dwyer's skilled ,raiulti You will bt too. "Phone today! .nriily ,.,"'.nh (includmf 'litiurinc) . .. <5 00
The officers are as follows: will convene at the Third Bethel you
Interested persons are asked to Prt. / tenet tNO '..H.A.IN.
the catsupon-the-tabla school looklit On 'iMMcinf
Rev. Nelson president: Rev. 1 Baptist Church with i Rev. donate to the shower Miss ". .y, see vi 14 acne right In. hivi I new hint thiiChrliNMi.
Joiner, vice president; Mrs. Lie James Cato, pastor, at Rochelle Ruth Ramsey, chairman of and the maid-and-butler servIce EDMUND DWYER .
tie Lane, secretary; Mrs. Peterson Nov. 27.29. gram committee, Mrs. L there are basically three I OPIN SUNDAY 2:10 PM TILL S PM t
Deacon J. styles of serving ELECTROLYSIS Call G. .l4 n V.q. McCoy ,
chorister; The officers are as follows: Scott r
Rev. C. J. Johnson '
I reporter. -
Alexander, president of choir; Rev. A. Wrlghten, president, Family StyleAmerican I ._ 7w. University Ave FR 2-8039 FR 6-7290
pastor St.d 23r4 I'' '..
lot.Hd N. '
family style calls i Offiei t
Rev. R. Ford treasurer; and. Rev. McGordon, vice president;
Mrs. Alice Thomas, reporter W. 0. Presley, recording secretary I for' the roast to be carved bythe I sls sssae..n
; Deacon F. Nateal, treasurer head of the household He
THANKSGIVING SERVICES ; Deacon Willie Huffman, Make up some rich bak I n g serves the ,meat, along with the I
powder biscuits. Split them, vegetables, on the plates that -- '
Thanksgiving services will\ be chairman of finance com-nli-
conducted at the Shady Grove tee, and Deacon Ray Thomas, Insert a square of cheese between -are stacked before him. I I 4=. GIMDY'SGRADYIOWEN
Primitive Baptist Church on chairman of program commit- the layers and pop them When you have quite a few
back Into a hot oven just long meals 1
Nov. 28 at 11 a.m. extra guests at holiday rs ,tee?
tee.Helping enough for the cheese to melt. save serving time and ease the
The public Is Invited. Rev. R. Aid Club officers 1
Mrs. F. D. Susie i Delicious served with tomatoulce pressure on the host by carving
J. Galnous. pastor; are Mrs. Strap pier,
for a first course. the roast In the kitchen. Food
Shannon, reporter. president; Mrs Catherine -
frighten, vice president; Mrs h PHAR1H
SERIOUSLY ILL Eva Presley, secretary; Mrs Treats
Holiday -
Rev. F. D. Shannon, local Ethel Nateal, tress u r e r; L. $ give

minister, was' reported as seriously Scott, chaplain. I Fresh "Florida Sunshine"to .1

ill at the Veterans' Hospital Solicitors are: Mrs. Susie friends and loved ones. DISCOUNT DRUGS
at Lake City. Strappler, Mrs. Eva Presley,
Mrs Ethel Nateal, Mrs. Edna r,. Gift baskets of Jellies, Marmalades
CARD:OF THANKS Gordon Mrs. Letha Morris, and .7 and '
Your kind expressions t 'of Miss Mims. T ; formerly

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can reasons agree on the following I I DON'T MISS THIS SPECIAL OFFER ALL DAYCHRISTMAS

Thanksgiving Is recalling all
the many things good and for Only ,
bad-which we have experienced -' rP ,

In the past year that gives
us cause to be a better person; +
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calling to mind our heritage Flu*M Fading t H>Mfl.i<|
which makes It possible to have
a day of Thanksgiving; 11 X14 ALL DAY
remembering those who are ai.k ..d wise j
less fortunate and sharing some '

of our bounty with them, 'AOtS Weeks NEW YEAR'SMONDAY
reveling the beauty of nature; ,
I. 10 Years : _
before the family a
alt,, AIU5 ..
meal long to be remembered; _
when "take stock" S.leclle s 1ytq
a day we .,
of all the blessings we've taken of Po s MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 8:30 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M.

for granted all year. "1 SATURDAY -= 9:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M.
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give thanks, unto thee we give a ,. N A- W -CLOSED SUNDAY-
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thy wondrous works declare,"


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,P'.1 Doctor Tells Jackie's Numb Reactions 1, r The best Is

he "none too food"
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se : : : :
,'yIy WASHINGTON (AP) "I to her two of the roses she had 1 "She expressed a desire to be covered by a white cloth. was essential that we have him Twe roses which had brokenoff i' .: : for our customers

old Mrs. Kennedy that the carried during the fateful mo' In the room," Buckley said. A priest administered the last I moved Immediately as Mrs. were lying on the floor," ; : You con be sure that only

1dm. resident was dead. torcade. "Realising that death was imminent rites of the Roman Catholic Kennedy was going to stay exactly Burkley put them In his pock. fresh of
"She walked to the table Burkley, who had been in the and that It was so right Church. where she was until et. potent drugs

IU ouched the foot and kissed the motorcade, arrived at Parkland to be as close as aha could, I "1 asked him to recite the movement was effected," Burk "On the way to the plane j top quality will be used In

nitep, then walked to the tide" Hospital three to five minutes I overrode the protests of some of prayers for the dead, which he ley said we rode In silence for a while," prescriptions filled. here,
3f the table and felt his hand. after Kennedy was brought ,the people In the room and did and the reponse was made There was some delay, but he said "I then reached Into the FLORIDA PHARMACY

In those words, Whit House there. brought Mrs. Kennedy Inside by Mrs. Kennedy and me," finally, local officials agreed. pocket and took out the rotes 1 ODI'S PHARMACY
ihyjlclan George G. Burble y "I went directly to the emergency 'the door where she stood and Burkley laid.Outside Mrs. Kennedy followed the coffin had gotten from the floor and

told of the moment Mri. John room," he told the commission with my arms protecting her again, Mrs. Kennedy and Buckley took I last gave them to Mrs. Ken It d y,
1", Kennedy learned an assay "Mrs. Kennedy was :she momentarlaly rested her Insisted
on remaining with the look at the emergency room. stating what they were.
sin's bullets had killed her seated In a folding chair direct. head on my shoulder. body until It was returned to 'The roses which had been In "She' took them put them In

,'ns in Dallas. I ly beside the door of the small I "At one point she knelt in Washington and the White the car with the president were her Jacket pocket, smiled and
Burkley wrote his report on room In which the president was prayer for a few seconds and House In the wastebasket" he said.ttiATtD,(thanked me." SPECIALSWED.FRI.SAT.
a Vov 27, 1963, five days after being observed." then arose and stood quietly." Burkley said a Dallas medical I
, President John T. Kennedy was Burkley went inside. Another physician said Kennedy's examiner ruled Kennedy's

tt killed. It Is among the exhibits "It was evident that death We was gone, and Burk. remains could not be moved!, l irony J .
mad public Monday by the was Imminent and that he was Icy verified that the presidentwas that homicide case proceduresmust I T
Warren Commission.Burkley: in a hopeless "
condition, Burk. deal be followed ( )
also told of Mrs. Ken ley said.He Then he told Mrs. Kennedy. "I Informed him again that hi I lUll raf. S9c

nedy's determination to remain left and talked with Mrs. I Burkley said the upper pos- ALKA-SELTZER.
with the body, and af returning Kennedy outsIde tiers of the president's body was I Detail Oswald'sSullen 44


Next in Line: whatever I Meets LonelinessWASHINGTON LANOLIN HAIR PLUS RINSE. 77 re* 99t,

(AP) From versatlon between them w a i
Happened to 0V Hubert? Proposed the time he set out for the Soviet (sparse. Lord recalled Oswald' FRESH START 980
Union In September 1951 bitterness "about Die fact his
WASHINGTON (AP) Republican .- until h* returned home three mother had to work In a drugstore

By BARRY KELLY smoothly, little attention Is paidto bit more, assigning Johnson to Senate Leader Everett years later, Lee Harvey Os' In Fort Worth" and once I X-LARGI sal. 7S

WASHINGTON (AP One It. the chairmanship of the National M. Dirksen said today it may wald saw few Americans other Heard his views on religion. I

of the capital's favorite) -guessIng But even then a trend had begun Aeronautics and Space Coun of be COP possible congressional to open conferences: leaders to than embassy officials. I .I do not know why ws discussed i CREST Toothpaste 540

games Is whether Hubert H. to give the vice presidentmore cilNow the : But those he saw remember religion," Lord told the
party' and
Humphrey's Incandescent spirit responsibilities and duties. it Is Hubert HoratioHumphrey's top Republicans.But governors. other something of the sullen loneliness -,commission: "except that possibly I U YlR'S 79
will be obscured by Lyndon BJohnson's Herbert Hoover once said he turn, and Johnson that seemed to set him he noticed that I had a rt.
long shadow. was the first chief executive to apparently has no Intention of the Illinois senator sail! apart from other men. Bible. Oswald could not see how I IJ ASPIRIN 56
Johnson himself enlarge the field of the vice 1 shunting him off Into a corner. he agrees with House GOPLeader The freighter S. S. Marlon l could believe In God In view ((100s) $

knows the president by having Charles He has already proposed that Charles A. Ha deck III( Lykea, bound from New Orleans of the fact that science had
Curtis attend Cabinet sessions"so the government established an Indiana that any move to set upa the existence of God
hazards. Like Analystlhat *: I to Le Havre, carried i disproved LANOLIN PLUS we. Me "
he would know what official residence for the vice mechanism to bring all elements -
he was and that there was only mat ,
Humphrey retired
\ The only : a
going on In the executive president.But of the party Into policy "
of the arm ter. SHAMPOO .77
was one Army colonel and his wife, a I *
yews making be .
of the government, and wouldbe from present Indicationsand ought to delayed until
most celebrated AD three
young student off to France to passengers thought
the President has Republicans know
Means better prepared to take over reports more
personages on his studies and Oswald was heading to a unt-I''
begin college
the If needed enough work lined for Hum about what President Johnson Is,
Capitol Hill t l L presidency up Oswald. varsity, possibly In Switzerland. DeVILIISS res. ..,,
phrey that he will have little going to propose to Congress."I .
Franklin D. Roosevelt d
yet all but vanished .1. They had no Idea hi was on his ''I
B. Church Jr. the
leisure time home.In George re
gated administrative always like to get a good VAPORIZER $539
John F. vice Important
as Kennedy's way to defect to the Soviet .
tired colonel! remembered Os
addition to the other vice- look ,
at before
"Whatever happenedto duties to Henry Wallace in ground I gout
president. Union. Lord didn't find out ankh I
wald to the Warren Commission
World War n S. Truman presidential assignments, Johnson to battle," Dirksen ald."It'
Lyndon Johnson? was the Harry a month later when his mothr '
made Alben *. Is said to want Humphrey to going to take a little time as an unsociable, wit 1 It- ,
Joke going the rounds then. w Barkley a member sent him a clip- ARTRA 77
From the beginning, vice of the National Security'I keep an eye on such departments for us to find out what our problems drawn passenger who was seasick 'ping from home.Returning newspaper. I Ii "
labor and quite bit during the It-
as agriculture a
presidents had a lost feeling. Council where he participatedIn are and what we ought to i I 1 to the United I SKIN TONI CREAM tic
health, education and welfare do about tdem." day Journey and who, In his eel
The first, John Adams, felt he policy making I States the Holland Amsrican :
on -
and brief described
to act as a lightning rod for; Dirksen noted In conversations: bitterly
held "the most insignificant office Dwight D. Eisenhower had' telephone liner Maasdam, Oswald penned GIANT VASILINI Tie
ideas In government. He may interview that the the hard times h I smother r f.
that ever the invention of Richard M. Nixon represent him!{also make use of the Minneso-, Senate.Hou.eleaderahlp had during the depreaslon. I confused: heavily misspelled
man contrived or his Imagination on various public occasions both tan' bright Image abroad by in the past has Invlt political treatise on ship's itsonery HAIR TONIC. .61d
conceived." at home and abroad, as well as him ed Republican governors, farmer outlining his disillusionment I .
giving missions.If .
The colonel's wife made an \
John Nance Garner, summingup having him Join discussions of Dwight D. Eisenhower with both capitalism and
I all this holds true It doesn'tseem .
to to know the
former Vice President attempt get reclusive
his Job In 1934, likened the the Cabinet and National Secur- I ommunism. ,
likely anyone will be asking Richard M. Nixon and other passenger but was repelled POLl DENT 4 8
vice presidency to a spare tire: tity Council. "Whatever happened to Hubert leaders to sit In and even had difficulty o'J have lived," he rote, '
ss long as everything rolls enlarged the on sessions both I h
Kennedy jobs systems, lye
Humphr.y'I when they are-- available, In obtaining his address for her sought FOR DENTURES re|. 69
the and at-.
Washington. The R bllclnational Christmas card list. She lent answers
hough It would be
chairman acts as moderator him a book, which he never returned very easyto
'Time's a Wasting!' One of Ailing at such meetings. then left him to theconversational dupe myself Into believing
one system la better than the
"This lend care of the chief
might Itself to expansion *
.r, I know .they are not. -FREE-
so that all elements of engineer, who seemed to feel
Called Out Quints Dies; the party could be represented that Oswald. was "a smart,1-
Lyndon ,'' Dirksen said. boy." More Pecans

Others PoorPARIS Republican governors who I Billy Joe Lord, the student Neat year If your tress art
t meet in Denver Dec. 3-4 art expected who was Oswald's cabin mate,"I Ipreytfl for Sponith MOM yawl I IUOMIDA : IDL COLORING 1
found "a normal, healthy PIT CONTROL
(AP)) One of the to com up with I I
JOHNSON CITY Tex. (AP-) chairman. About (00 f r i ends' Sambor quintuplets died during recommendations on bow t I mentally" alert butextremely Call FlII"1ft2M CHIMICU CO. :
President Johnson has demonstrated turned out at the bunting-l the night, the Ministry of Public broaden the base of the party'sappeal I cynical. Neither I I Mllmtta.I I tar free '
anew his zest for mak draped National Guard armory Health announced today. to voters after the severe was _an outgoing type, so con-I BOOKS
travel Officials said the dead baby defeat the COP took in the
ing hurry-up plans. By Watson, borrowed by Johnson 1
his own testimony he was air to act as a key aide during was the last born, Jean-Luc, Johnson landslide.Sen. .
who weighed 2 7 I Thurston B. Morton of '
borne Mo-mile round pounds ouncesat
on a the fall election campaign, Is
birth Kentucky, who Is expected be One Per Customer
20 minutes Mondsy. to ;
Tuesday night Just rumored to be In line for a top
after he decided to get going White House post. The ministry said there had renamed chairman of the Republican .
been "no Important change" in[ Senatorial Campa I g n While
Johnson's decision to fly to a Nothing said at the dinner disco I I They Lest!
testimonial dinner at Mount the condition of the other two Committee, urged In a separate t
staged such speculation, boys and two girls. Interview that the GOP concentrate
Pleasant in far northeast Texas Many of the 14 speaker on the, Just tell how much I
us ..
The babies born to Mrs on to win back
were trying
congressional I
required fast action by others program seemed downright Raymond Sambor wife of a seats In the 1911I elec you tills' ,acid for to O.allo:,> e"'a Cee'. I I.. MM> ; "aS.:::::r, MISS CLAIROL .88* -

too.Mrs.. Johnson, he related took mournful as they hinted that mailman In a Paris suburb. tion. provementa, ear is1teSOo HIM 11:100 $ I I
Watson would be moving east CREAM FORMULA
drive half The Health Ministry said "We should concentrate on pairs, lor all l yourPhone 26fno 1100 s3r.oo 1100 ray $1.2 "
Just 11 minutes to a '
Johnson himself said nothing Jesn-Luc bad been sufferingfrom I9M and forget 1961 for a seasonal espences. 21100 2000 a"ooo 1411IMM
mile to their I ranch home, for prompt, ,
change her clothes and get to about a new assignment for' respiratory troubles which while," he aald. "If ws can rebound courteous sirvic t,,_ MOM .'i PIMM*, PHILLIPS (felel'* er mint) "f. <9.
Watson 39, who now Is assistant suddenly worsened Tuesday two years from now the : !
the plane in time for depart I to the president of Lone night. Three hours later a hemorrhage men who have taken the leadership I LOANS UP TO $600 Milk of '

ure.Secret Star Steel Corp. He did I say of the lungs developed In rebuilding the party Magnesia 540
Service agents and Watson was "as wise s* my father and he died. News of the naturally will have consideration : :
White House communicat I o a a as gentle as my mother death was withheld until this In picking our presidential tllmml .

experts also had to step lively as loyal and dedicated and as' morning candidate In 1961" I WILDROOT 62*
close to my aide" as wife LadyBird I The surviving babies were In Morton said he Is convincedthat
( effective Texas FINANCE SUVICI, INC. I II CREAM OIL tut S Me
The dinner that prom p ted and as ai Incubators at the pediatrics cen- the Republicans mast five ref.
Gov. John B. Connally whom to all I .f Oelneivllle
such hat t e honored Marvin representation! party factions
Watson, a steel company executive -the President described as "my- If they are to stags I 204S.E.'Jr1tSt'Mt..f'R.4..1
i LYSOL 46
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who Is Democratic state best friend. I comeback.: .. I <
for at least 10 or 12 days. I
aboard borrowedDC3
Connally, a
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executive sire raft,
He'll I <'.f I Su||<...4 *.*.. We. *0 S, 4th c... tar .. K. ... 5d.n. **.. ..
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Forgive at the LDJ Ranch to pick 41 ...... ..... .. ._ .. .. ... )
Whooping r l (. 5..M t'tf. <** '''''' .ry 4 Mn4 n| .*.'.. (". .. ..... .H.'|M. SLIM MINT
up the Johnsons for the 300- *WMM *l, ttlwl>l4ll.a tn., sass. 4lMIUMWMllWMI,1.

Vandals U mile trip to Mount Pleasant (I Cranes Sighted II I GUM S125

town of 10000. ,
CHADDS FORD Pa. (AP) -- For the return trip to the. WASHINGTON (AP) For'
"This lathe way I have chosento i ranch, the Johnsons took the I ty-one whooping cranes a
try and make some good I(DC as far at Longview, a U- record number have been CONTAC ((10s) 97,
come out of this unfortunate!:mile hop and there transferred sighted at the Arkansas Nation
Incident" said artist Andrew ito an Air Force Jetstar trans- al Wild Life Refuge In Texas' S1655 : COLD CAPSUlll ra.. $MRAYITTf

Wyetn as he announced he I-port i ,the Interior Department reported ,,. I
would forgive vandals who damaged .1 I Work on ill e new federal Tuesday night AQUA NIT Ml es.)
budget dominated J b n son's Among them 11
his studio last Oct. 31, if: I are young
schedule today. Arriving talk cranes also a record number HAIR SPRAY .66*
They "come to me personallyand about budget and personnel since the government itarudKeeping "
make restitution according: problems sere Postmaster Cn'lenl ( its eye on the diminishing
to their conscience and abilityto John A. Cronouski, Budget species.
pay; give solid evidence thai';,'Director Kermit Cordon and The total of adult and young CORICIDIN .79*
they understand the persona]j Chairman John Macy of the crane la the highest since V For that drop In the
harm In their act and would|I Civil Service Commission I I birds were sighted in 1M1O.Decorator bucket you nt a car made by COLD TAIS /Se "1. $1.If
n ever rapes tit Anv' who Hit not Central Motors in Gerrruny 4,11' .
fulfill these to me will be prose with 4
cuted." (II Styled Bucket Mats PRICES GOOD THRU SAT.CHARGI .

Wyeth said state police had 4-speed floor shift I r

told him they have the names of I .' 46hptngHnuAJIvinyl s. ,....1
about 20 of a gang of some 90 ,. / trim ,b I s ACCOUNTS
youths who sacked his studio, DRAPERY FABRICS Electric wipers j I Pill DELIVERY

smashing and damaging art WindtMeW wuh.r. .J if'I
works. Wyeta said eight hadvisited Padded dash o"

him Saturday to spologje. J Padded sun visors &. THIRI'S ONE'
pleading their lives'' atDISCOUNT I 4 a
Stttrlrg wheel leek I NEAR YOU I
'lacked excitement sod real ..
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things to do. : I F;' FuiI-fklwoiIfllter! t'Ii "RUG S

PRICESat r Heateranddefroster ,,"..
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(API F'lsr1 i 17 421 H.W. 13th St. 1722Odi's J

ides capital city has passed the' The Furniture ManufacturersAMPLE Ir .

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A city foamed census report i t iiP p tM Pharmacy
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sun residents. The art kas

about ,.... Thus to a a per;, 116 Centrol Plies 372444.

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.i 6 Gainesville Sun -WedneiJoy-- November 25, 1964 .

UlOfllfll Rno 1l5A Appreciation Cups Presented Tea ComplimentsMiss

I \ Jane Bingham

THE rODAY, November 21 Hostesses honoring Miss Jane Miss Genie White was I
f family Y YRuth Luncheon complimenting I Elizabeth Bingham, bride-elect charge of the guest book
Miss Jane Blngham, bride- of George H. Schildge of Mid. Dinner Honors BrideelectMrs.
elect 01 George Schlldg dletown, N. J., with a tea Sun- Justin Harlow ente
Wtimar. Women's Editor of Middletown tained at her home with a bu
N. J., 139: day afternoon were Mrs. Maurice
pm.Mrj. G. H. Boutelle 421 Ahrens, Dr. Eleanor Bode fet dinner honoring Miss Bin,
NE Fourth. Browne and Mrs Myra Terwil- ham recently.
Dr. Wiles Stresses Open House to meet Mrs liger who entertained at the Arrangements of pyracanthwere
A. T. l&hll8| Middletown, home of Mrs. Ahrens. used about the house an
i .ivMrs. N. E. Blngh a m The wedding of Miss Bingham -|camellias adorned the buff
daughter Miss Jane and Mr. Schildge will take table.
EducationBy Bingham, flnancee of George place Saturday at I p.m. in the I Camellia corsages were pr
Schildge of Middletown University Methodist Church. sented to the bride-elect, he
N.J., 10:30: a.m. until noon Greeting guests were Mrs. R. mother and her sister Mr

MIMI BAUMSTEIN hear at home. It is Importantfor Tenth Bingham Avenue.home 1718 NW L. Johns, Mrs Max Tyler Mrs. Dickinson.
schools to have a skills labor John Moorman and Mrs. Leon Guests were the honoree'
"Knowledge Is multiplying: Dinner feting Miss Jane Henderson.In parents, Dr. and Mrs. N. E
atory, and opportunities for
with an amazing rapidity, learning the humanities In Bingham, bride to be of the line with the hostesseswere Bingham, Mr and Mrs. J. (

"By 1999 there will be 2,000 terms of art and music. NJ George, Mr.Schildge, Middletown the honoree, her mother, Dickinson III, Dr. and Mr
times as much knowledge as The school needs counseling] Spache Mrs George Mrs. N. E. Bingham and her J. B. White, Mr and Mrs. Marry
there Is'today," said Dr. Kimball and guidance personnel available Holiday Inn. sisters, Mrs J. C. Dickinson III Winsor Mrs. Myra Terwill
WOes, guest speaker lor for children and teachersand THURSDAY. November !. and Miss Marl Bingham who ger and Mrs. Henrietta Cannon
the meeting of the GainesvilleWoman's parents. And, s e boo 11 Wedding o( Miss Judith wore embroidered cashmere
Club Monday, afternoon should make parents feel welcome Cayle Beasley, daughter of dresses made from material''I Come one, come an ...
.. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beasley brought from India and designed
Dr. Wiles, Dean of the University Sr. lopal (DrtrrOt
and 'Crover L. Ford of the bride-to-be II
of Florida College of Edu Quality Education Jacksoncllle
son of Mrs.
of white
cation,' spoke on the subject, Even better than "satisfac Thomas Cook and Grover Corsages
"How you Look at a School and'tory" schools are those which Ford. Sr. of Oklahoma and sweetheart roses were presented ANNUAL FALL DANCE
Make a Judgment", provide quality education, the 3 p.m., First City Silver cups of appreciation were presented by Beta Theta Pi fraternity of by the hostess trio to clause W
me meeting was sponsored I dean declared. Church. Methodist the University of Florida to two alumni for "jobs well done" for the chapter's the bride elect, her mother
by the Division bf Education of, These schools make provisionsfor Beta Student Aid Fund. Receiving; silver cups from John Jokinen chapter and her sisters.An 1 """ 1I
the Welfare and Community Individual study and research ,FRIDAY, November 27 president, are UF Vlce-preaident Robert Mautz at the left, who Is president of I arrangement of white
Affairs Department. Mrs Dar experiences with a va Linen shower to fete Miss the Fund and UF Housing Director Harold Riker, right who has served as camellias pink roses and miniature fitiUii.I :
rel f J. Mase, Education rlety of people an emphasis Beth Meadows, bride-elect of vice-president and secretary. This special fund is maintained for members who wedding bells flanked by $j
Introduced the speaker. on fostering mental health and Bennie Shelton Boy!.., 1 p.m. need financial assistance. Contributions are made each month by the active crystal candelabra formed the [IJJMIJ
Cues from Intensive research a professional leadership stafl Miss Shirley Hardmson and chapter centerpiece for the tea table, :mBfJm1
Indicating whether or not a of high quality. Miss Yancy Harris at the which was laid with an Italian THOMAS
school program Is good were Concluding his talk, Dr. Wiles latter' home, 1210 NW Third banquet cloth. A pink and white j Due
given by Dean.Wiles. said that with the rate of knowledge Avenue. Calendar Of Events color note was used in all\ ap SAT., NOV. 2$
Sign. of low quality and 1 Inadequate growing at such an amazing Stag party complimenting pointments. I I
schools! were listed san a speed, "A quality school George Schlldge of Middle- Punch was served by Mrs. Starting at 9:00

Inadequate library, lack orange f must have an experimental system town, N.J., J. C. Diclclnson TODAY, November U P.E.O. Chapter AF, 1:30: Chapter AP, P.E.O., 930 Joseph Leps, Mrs Melvin Baker MUSIC IY-
of material In a given as yesterday's answer m. Swan Lake.Brldeamalds University City Bridge Club, a.m., Mrs. W. A. Clark, Mrs. a.m., Mrs. A. Frank Green, Mrs. J. B. White and Mrs I
classroom, teachers not prepared may not be good for today." I, luncheon for 7:30: p.m., UF Faculty Club, F. B. Smith 1112 SW Third 423 NW 21st Street. Henry Wunderlicb. The Chessmen I
Jin Florida, a college''' During the tea hour Mrs Miss Jane Bingham bride- West Newberry Road. Avenue. Chapter CQ, PEO.tpm., Coffee was served from a
graduate can teach without a'Fred Heath and Mrs. A. R. elect of George S c h l II l d ge Newcomers Bridge University Women's Club Mrs. Joseph R. Beckenbach samovar formerly used in the ADMISSION!.00 COUPLI !

teacher's certificate, and can Meade presided at the serving Middletown N.J., 2 p. m., sity Women's Club Arts and Crafts Group, 1:30: 2126 NW 11th Avenue. home of Lord Nelson, by Mrs. MOOSE LODGE
teach In areas for which they table, laid with a cocoacoloredcloth Mrs. Leon Henderson and her Club house, West N e ...Unlv..j..m., Florida Union I Craft Gainesville Bridge i Club, G. H. Boutelle Mrs. May Grad I
are not properly trained), and and centered with an ar- daughter. Miss Elma Render- Road. ShopBridesmaids 7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn. sky Mrs. Edward Edmondson N' .I. Hrd SM, ,
too much emphasis on'control rangement of chrysanthemumsin son, 1524 NW Twelfth Road. THURSDAY November 26 and Mrs. Douglas Scales. I
through conduct and clothing. shades of yellow and bronze. Rehearsal dinner honoring
Colfax Rebekah
_ Lodge No ,
"Alachua County la fortunateIn Tea hostesses were Mrs. Henry Bingham and their Luncheon 2, social
Thanksgiving and
son, George Schlldge, Mr. and
having good teachers because J. Babes Jr., Mrs. Don Allen '
game party, S Odd Fel
of the," the proximity speaker to said.the University "Other.I and Mra. Francis Myers. Mrs.dletown A., T.N.J.Schildge, Lamplighter of Mid Fetes Mary BrowningTRENTON lows Temple. p.m. You Don't Have f'," s

wise, this County might be 'In VFW Room, Howard Johnson's. FRIDAY, November 21 To Put Up With..
the same situation as Duval Auxiliary ,SATURDAY, November 28 Miss ,Mary' and the bridegroom elect's Gainesville Bridge l Club,
County.". Elects Officers Coffee honoring Miss nona Browning, whose wedding to Al- mother, Mrs. John T. Talton of II a.m., Holiday Inn. Excessive Facial Hair o oExperts I .

Among the signs to look for Bergman fiancee of Joseph vln Talton of High Springs will High Springs. SATURDAY November 27 the ever there ''I "
In a satisfactory school situation, Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans < Ernest Parker of Cocoa be solemnized Thursday was Miss Browning presented her Dedication ceremonies for only one practical country way to egret remove luptifluoui E'' 'T'.
according' Dr. Wiles, Is a of Foreign Wars, Post 2811, Cocoa Beach 10 am. until honored with a bridesmal the new Sigma Chi Fraternity hair. Artielti, by experts In leadm.
principal concerned with the elected Mri H. J. Dauphineeas noon, Mrs. Richard I P. luncheon re e a n lIy. Hostesses bridesmaids with gifts of silver chapter house, 10 a.m., S Fraternity women'I magailnei' and beauty au<>'ioni ontwtrtd In wom-
tn'i columns in all that electrolysis If the
Schmidt 700 SW 27th Street Jewelry boxes. newtpoptrt ogre
teaching and program and their president. Other newly- were Mrs. Mervin Schofieldand Row.SUNDAY only permanent lot way available for hair removal The
teachers, who ga beyond the named officers are: Mrs. Nor- Mrs. Marlon Schofield who November 2S cost of this, service li within, !+i. beauty budget of those who
text book and us* additional. ma Brlsbols,. senior vice-preei- Buffet luncheon for Blng- entertained at the latter's home. For a quick chutney to serve Gainesville Chapter' 44, hove been applying cotrrwtici Hundreds of women are pleowd
materials. dent: Mrs. Adrian Hay Jr., ham-Schildge Wedding party '' with a curry, add vinegar OES Memorial Service 3 with Mr. Dwyer killed, multt. You will, b* too. Phone today)
and out of town guests, noon, Mrs. Olivia E. Gray and Mrs brown Instant ... ,
"Since three-tourthe of the vice-presldent; Mrs. Paul Sullivan sugar p.m.. Masonic Temple..' iMklet 0* tequeit
Mrs. J. C Dickinson Jr. and Betty G. Arpin of Newberry as- onions, minced garlic and
products our children will\ use secretary; Mrs C, L. Ball Dedication ceremonies for
Mrs. J. C.
when they are grown have not treasurer; Mrs Al Allums the former's Dickinson III, at |listed In the hospitalities. to canned whole cranberrysauce the new Myra Terwlllger Elementary EDMUND DWYER
yet have been produced, It Is chaplain; Mrs. C: A. Cunning'thameonduetressand 35th Place Bivins home Arms.1805 SW A bride doll dressed In a and ; cook until flavors blend School, 4 p.m., ELECTROLYSIS
not plausible to rely on t < x Wedding of Miss Jane Eliz- replica of the bride gown was mixture thickens somewhat School Cafetorlum. Open to 107 W. University Ave. FR 2-SC39
books, which" may be already Mrs. R W. Whiting, guard abeth Bingham, daughter of made by Mrs. Gray, adornedthe _.h _, __ __ __ the public.
outdated, he declared. luncheon table -
The Ladles Auxiliary to Vet Dr. and Mrs. N. E. Bingham,
Other satisfactory situations!erans of Foreign Wars Is one of and George H. Schildge, son A gift of crystal was presented
call for provision for all typesof 12 largest volunteer societies of Mr and Mrs. A T to the honoree by the hostesses

children the handicapped 'for women In the United States SchlldRC, Middletown, N.J., 8 who also presented her
the slow learner or the bright 'The organization restricts pm. University I Methodist |with a corsage and corsages to
child. membership to wives widows,' Church Reception following the bride -to-be's mother, Mrs. GMDY'Siu
Also a parent may know U daughters, and granddaughters at trte Gainesville/ W o men's D. H. Browning Jr.1; her paternal
the student Is Intellectually of campaign/ service veterans Club, West University Ave grandmother Mrs D. H.
stimulated In the classroom by and women who have served in '
nue. Browning<< Sr., both of Trenton,
discussions he hears or does not service overseas. -

Mrs. K'ennedy's.Mail. J Holiday Treats give r : 'i itii4.II

A Fresh "Florida Sunshine"to

I friends and loved ones.
Gift baskets of Jellies Marmalades .

.. /Is HeavyBy i and 'I',

I '+,Mo formerly
4 <
JOY MILLERAP [comes In several times a weekto Citrus Fruit ."... ..' It '' ''; .I/
Women's Editor go through the mail and handle
those requiring her personal WEN' Professional Service PharmacyLet's
NEW YORK (CAP) "Even attention. M Send the best. Famous "CROSS CREEK" GRADY
now we are so very Interested 1 In brand Guarantees Quality Sole Owner
"We have three
regular full
knowing how you and the children '.
are getting along," the letter time volunteers* aays Miss Cross Creek Groves
aald. Turnure. 'Others come,In part- Talk .
"I suppose that so many of us time. Altogether there oral 13. ,y P.O. Box lOt, Island Groves, Florida Turkey
They open and screen the letters
feel that we would like to help (jft Phone 466-3410
dividing them Into catego'lea.
protect you from any more i Some can be answered by 0') G, H, ( Hugh) Willioms.Villt our di..
heartache to know that you and play .t
the children are safe and well, a card of acknowledgement, Owner Llnd..y Dept. ALL DAYTHANKSGIVING
without Invading upon your pri I sometimes form letters will do, Over 20 yean successful'Ift- sron beginning ,
others require more Involved Nov. 30.
vacy. ''answers. | fruit shipping" 'In Alachua Co.I ,
The letter from a woman In .. .
Mew Jersey, lay on top of II I : -- -
stack of the day's mall deliv1i

iI)i ered office to on Mrs.the 14th John floor T, Kennedy's of a Park DON'T MISS THIS I I I SPECIAL: :: OFFER t' j

Avenue office building. I I ALL DAYCHRISTMAS
"We receive an average of 400
letters a day here," says Pamela hi- O'....... '
Turnure. who was the former ) '; l' .. .
$100 :I')... .."""'" ,
First Lady's press secretary at J
the White House. .
"Generally they want Mrs. 1 five ]Sat 1iq: i H..1i... \ r .1

Kennedy to know she Is still In 11X14 'I'UlL
their thoughts and how I
they felt "un PO.nArr ALL DAY
about him. Some contribute to u..k .... WhileAGIS .
the John F Kennedy Memorial $
Library and some talk about the t
traveling toes. exhibit of his memen 6 Weeks NEW YEAR'SBtf

'd {
"Others tell her about a 4 r? [hbM A. Ciwkenv

memorial project they're plan- $..Iectiens
nine and ask If she can partici .f P... MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
r 8:30 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M.
pate. So far she hasn't done so s 1

I But Miss It's Turnure all extremely shares touching one of" e.: ... F l SATURDAY 9:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M.

the office's four rooms with Ne N..y AeeN.rweM -CLOSED SUNDAY-

Nancy Tuckerman. formerly
Mrs. Kennedy's Whit House ,

Next to the large TurnurtI I
secretary to White House aide i
Kenneth O'Doonell, who now MON. THRU SATURDAYNOV.
takes care of private household GftADY'S

matters for Mrs. Kennedy. She, 23rd-THRU-NOV. 28thPhotographers aaenae.N asst tee .L*. GEN PARKINS tot j t

I Hours
IIMKOIIJTMMU 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. ._ .e. ,P

......... Fri. 10 A M. to 9 P.M PHONES FR 2.5347.ttd FR 2-5348
4l9S.W.8rhAVI. .
w. seal wii arrc aces 6TH STe & UN IV. AVE. l..J .......
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Wfcofs ..*.."'ir Fw RATE'MIDNIfHT 6DlF A7 FSdNLE 6EAtHs START Off Hi'1'fN6! A bJODHOr :
you a "" 15I ..l
.AND THEN. ; )tE AN EI6rf iRON I
, !in II Just Whistle! ..1 .qtr, Ie AM* l.. 116 ANO I MW TO 6fT TO THE 6RE.N: THEBOND Ij II I
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DEAR ABBY: My husband chases everything In skirts. having a violent temper. For I wedding gift, we got a 'start r'Y IoGQSTA p1O7E c b MOWE' PART KS EATAMVTHiNO !"f> SHYEST ? 'S
and Two months ago he asked me for a divorce and I wouldn't er" set (service for four) of some expensive English dishes. upb cur>}l' TIo4AF-S"'u,''i!. i-WRG ;; MAID ? ,.
iffet give It to him. We have eleven children from 18 years old .. I don't care for the pattern as It is much too fussy, so I- MLWMO AH W>:74t LD'SSI1YESfGITS \, SILSE IN f -

down to IS months old. If he goes to a lawyer/he could I use! them for every day hoping In time I'll break them -W DY CAUGHT rMo5E >.Otivtk1TCH_ '':' \'v

pre- never get a divorce because he has nothing on me. But I so I won't have to look at them any more. My motherinlawgave "'\v m ,,
her could divorce him on any grounds In the book because he us a set of cheap dishes she got with coupons which ( ,

Hrs.'e has broken all the Ten Commandments and every City Ordi- are very plain. I use them for company because It's servo '
nance and statute there Is. Two weeks ago he just packedup ice for 12. j : : i

'. and left 'The kids miss him. He was a lousy husband I want to buy a good set of dishes but my husband ,

E. but a good father. How long does a man usually eta y can't understand why. He just paid $110 for a new gun
". C away? I'm afraid he's broke and hungry. Should I try to (he has four guns) and I didn't say anything. We both work

vfrs. locate him? I've got the money; besides I guess I still love and pool our money. I'd rather have a happy husband thana u'I

''lar.vllll. him. new set of-dslaes, but I'd like to have both. How? '

non. DEAR GLE.NDA: : lilt won't put a strain .. your budget
DEAR GLUTTON: Just go outside and blow the dog v.hls-' 1- ... -
treat younelf to a new set of dishes. But do It cautiously
tie If he's broke and hungry he'll hear It and home.
come I don't recommend Irritating a husband who. has both a !- ... AN' A WUTHLfSS LET'S M8

DE-: ABBY I don't know what violent temper and live guns. IG UONZO MOONSHIN1NDOUBLEMAUN: ( AN''IOU eA
: the shoe companies have 1I I ; ) TEAM UP I
against people with big feet, but I dis fO'RE NOTHIN'BUTA CTSNIF'IESS
am getting very DEAR ABBY I am a widow, getting on in years and I LOWDOWNCHICKENTHIEVIN 1 CARD-CHEATIN' .,
couraged. I am a 15-year-old girl who wears a size 10 D r
am not physically able to get around In the crowds anymore I l.5 '
and t can't find decent
shoe a looking pair of shoes In my SKONK'!
lam also on a limited budget, and all this Christmas VARMINT t!
size anywhere in this town. I have to order my shoes from
shopping is too much trouble and to me. I
.catalogue, and the only styles make in I !
they size
my are
wrote to several of my friends and relatives and asked them
for old ladies. Can you, or any of your readers, help me, I
Abby? please to discontinue giving me Christmas gifts for the above t.
reasons. I am now receiving: unpleasant answers to my letters -
--- TEN D such as, "I don't give to get." Abby, I don't want to

:DEAR TEN I'm probably putting my foot In it, bat If I accept and not give In return. Was what I did so terrible? Z
were .la YOUR'Ihoel., I'd hound the local shoe stores until KITTY en

they special-ordered. the kind of shoes I wanted. DEAR KITTY I think you' were more considerate than
AsI most people to announce beforehand that you did not Intend
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-DE"ii ABBY: I've been happily married for three months to give gllti. Ignore the replies. They were unctuous
and this is the first time husband dFOR TYDURSLP THE LACI If CWKP, RADIO CORI AURPOirt
-my has shown signs of and uncalled for. IN TOTAL PLAMIS AND TILL THEM TO *BNOTWBI


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Wednesday Evening Hannibal Rome The DcArmand Sisters O Movie-Cartoon I I. + MI/ THANK KNOW JOCKO/I V HAPftN 5OONCRSHOULD
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O Mike Douglas Woodrow Wilson in a duet someone slipped I I Great! (Japanese 1961)) 7;* AFRAID tOKXTHAYtK / TO tOWS' Test (4:5: CONCeIt HIS .
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O Agriculture Films Women Stronger Since I 10:00: O Danny Kaye story of a little mon-I
1:00: O News, Sports key who misuses his magic '
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Sunshine Almanac I changing status in Tokyo.i iI j sketch Danny and Gwen I I,00 f] Divorce Court I IIi

I:ISO News Highlights I Kyoto and Okay m a, aj i'''I are a husband and wifebatUin ) (Color) Romper 1 t ..
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O News I sociologists, educators I "The Elopement," Gwen,, 1:30: 09 Jack La Lanne It I .a .wsrr .r wa ww.r.
O Exploring Numbers and some of the i I Danny and Harvey Kor-. sick AI.KAHA WMu ens ( Aeuur4a II
10:N 0 O Thanksgiving c4aOt
7:00 O Deputy women discuss I the I man parody silent, real, Parade-New York CM 000n t)9.cTU 7MAoleIOU' wAew M.IrW.I'r .
"Trail of Darkness." Mo- changes since 1946, I Including tails and musical movie i IJae1M W WAD V.LO I
(Special) (Color) Macy's ti'0 'L. eoMeoR r If MaI
Cord captures a member greater educational styles. annual Thanksgiving parade THIN. HAM' TON LLN
t of the Brainard gong and advantages, work nobility 10:30 (D Compass It is telecast from New DsaA tiIMtAT lf +CIS
turns him over to Fry for and s tit u i in the I "And the Waters Brought t I York City. r '
safekeeping.O home. Kit Denton n a r- Forth."
11:30 O D Color) Jeopardy .
SurvivalO ratea this AustralianBroadcasting I 11:00 O O News Weather,
What's New- I Com m & SportsD II:00 O ID (Case) SlY
Children awn production. (fColorl) News, Weather|
"This Is Arizona" explores 1:30: O Beverly Hillbillies) Sports O NFL Today

the animal life of. '.00 O Movie I ll.-U O Movie (12:190 Pro Football se sm
the desert. i I (Color) "Cash McCall." "China Seas." 11935! On j i 'Bears Vs. Urns $I

O Waoled-Dead Or I: ((1960)\ ) Cash McCall, boy the trip from Hong Kongto 12:30: O ID (Color) Truth II' I vwur4llIWUTNMITI

Alive wonder of modern fi-l i Singapore, Captain: Consequences-Cit me ---- ,. -
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elephant trainer is usingone and remade several for full. Clark Gable Jean I 1:*'0 News Weather i-- --' MLR1N'TZ !lho.nL1I'N pleaTOsI IIMrlLT110sD!
of his e I 11 phants to tunes. James Garner I Harlow Wallace B e cry, ID (fColorl) T.V. Blng I now /JSO A ftMtWtR Iys/Y,... r AM"' CGt1L0 000N! I p lAIUTi OH nit MtMONMfctlll I ] fliti' NO\ -rev
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frighten people away from Natalie Woo, E. (L ((90 min.) IISO Focus t j jID m KN'T MUCH UTM. .51.' yOUVtVu "VOUVl KIH OvtCwORKIWAWrUtLY' JlUO''
tout A TURif/ JDe run YtAC, -- ff
their villages so he can Marshall Nina Foch, 11:30: 0 (D Johnny Canon Celor Lei's Make |
( ) U IftUd W ABOVE WATl -ANDl flit guOOfl} I OUT TYPING MX VAlltY-! YOUR (
plunder the towns. D Ozzle And HarrietO THURSDAY A Deal ,' IU III Wt COULD tVtN 7:34: O Ii) Virginian Dick Van Dyke Morning and Afternoon 1:3 O Science 'C Gee U3f Mn? YLAR! AT. !

(tColorl) "All Nice and 1:30: ', Cara Williams 1:00: O Sunshine AlmanacI l 1:55 ID News '! rJ Al Alrs
Legal." Medicine Bow's With a top-secret business :IS O Sunshine Almanac I:. O m Loretta Young '

new lady lawyer wants to meeting scheduled, an unsuspecting O Sunrise Semester. 1:30 O (D College Football '],. 1 wn

rent some office space B u r k hardt Is 1:25: Q3 Living Words Prt-Gaaie Show |i'... .
from Garth, but the Vir really bugged In d g r 1:300: World CIvlllzatioaIB t:4S O ID College Football l e1 i --i !

ginian's highly dub bus ,trial: spies have hidden a Gospel Mosle Aubura vs. AlabamaO I'I s.i
about her chancel for pro miniature microphone in 1:4: O Pallor's Study NFL Post-Gams Show \

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O CBS News Special: Includes Barbara Stuart IM: O Farm and dome 1S O News
O Past Imperfect Norman Alden and Del I 7M: O D TodayO l:3t O Edge if Night p
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Heloist: 'Dear Heloise: (Ito the other Mils and ruining'er the foil and a slow fire so l

When you use a potato peelerU I Here's a I hint eve always used the whole Job. |the water will not boil up Into --. dDeat -
clean carrots always bold.on baby bottle nipples but rye I Mrs. John Brsnnelly the food In tne second' pall '

the small end of the carrot with never seen it suggested A.L ,'" C r"0LG"T ( J'A. eaOT5kgM.

your fingers first and peel toward I When nipples are clogged I Geair : General: Dear G.aeraB WI" ',ra u, Woq
the largest end. Thea It Is'pour a little salt into the Inside Heloise: X Us trs.rk, .j'1 ''14. ( ....t".. ITT1fRSBetr
Here to that ,
might CORppaAfIFOt
much easier to peel the smaller 'of the nipple. Then with your I help motherstobe.When ,Dear Heloue; r .4 a M AROvono ( .3.
end of the carrot. and less,;finger. force the salt and a little The plaiUc.containers that I '
chance: of nicked! fingers! water through the nipple sail"Itwe.n you are between at that h-be-[toothbrushes odes come In are I : r
Mrs. D. B. HaD Ul the water will squirt out stage ( maternity wonderful to keep troche. I '
I clothes and your own too-tight your ;
of sterlize I
My gnwlatu And a. course you I regular clothes) try putting a needles In. r I ?
the nipple!
l I (rubber band One container )veldt assay I'?
Him year rye been peen I This Is much easier than heating over the button of needles.. I'
rrrU upside dona.AM your slacks or skirt and then ; 1',
a needle to clean out 'II e Mrs. D. BaD
| duel ,.. gab laugh. nipple. 'I through the button hole aid .
Next lime yea peel r irrels. Mrs. James Mitchell:back over the button.

try both way \..'a s "c. ll works! We knew a K*, This prevents the clothes from Dear HeloiM:

Hr:: OL'SE,,rtdnwUr .t. km trM h.,binding and aU still bold.I .I Why not tin a soft drink ear-

Aid die arsuMfkaky to a MLLseky (them together I IoCf i ton into a portable dean tag,,-- ____Onn

eb T II ah* worts for U....!ef w kit? roll e CA a p0 :M A r.cfiw.e' M 10 sa fhP3 "m utrrT, wall.!
Dear Heloise: HELOISE You cm do this !* by Brat covering t .. lcvs'tra, FiILA' LO! Pena W MOW Ce af a sea scoex5 oQe) w..Ar Ala
There must be son* older| (.be kate a Btlle extra clgtL' (be canine wills adhesive -.0 .' Ib OIaCS Ae rOU tAM Me een a at Jr. rOVi aslts4' .

houses still around that ha *e Dear Helms- Try II.I harked ptostie h whatever pet-I hI J.fKtL
pull chains on electric lights. For those gab who .manicure I IIELOISC tent yusj csme. The plait I c,
We hart them in our basement '.(Ithrir owe earls and after eonvpleting I e e
and do I mr appreciatethe I[ he Job, finds .. nail to Dear H loir i it strengthens the carton and j-..
rubber frail jar rings my'smeared! Here to a suggestion to help protects M against snooturt. I. ai L R
husband attached to the ends Temper fliret Hot for sne.Te I people when they Deed a second: Stock the kit with beak material ..-

of OIOM chains especially k I correct it, I DM a cotton double boiler and duel have and store ene kit ks the
the -. Upped swab dipped to podsh remover I ease: 'bathroom and another In lie U-

They are .. easy to take bold to take aft the polish I Crumple aluminum sad eon Is -4 pin barn ear
of. and there to M danger of dm redo the u4. rpbce k ks the bottom ef a pw*. rein te anifher wnen. in sand 1
eMctrw stork brcmuf wetr- It lisps from ruining nrhrrause ,lit WIll hold Ip the Wand pv et.. It can alas. be carried. i 7My'bl.
LntI hawb ser axtck dined ."It manicure a) d.euez kick rvateJM lilt lend wkfckj from room to room etc where
ttfUt wan lung a of cot- u want 10 warm nndtd.

Mar,a.a tsar A JJAM\ -j a .,_ i ; IM just enough .air. J :w : Lnea kl.dglaeg j


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>8 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, Novembef: U, 1954

I' Greek Immigrant Enjoys .'I It's Back to School .,for Women 1'

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Till lathe a program to their special I r volunteers "I enjoy the art Women Leaders was held at cia lion of University Women

Free seventh .In a urlei of err schedules and needs. class Immensely." FSU Nov. 13 with speakers !Including of commerce of five metropoll-1

Dishing Up Turkey tlilei on adult cduritlon In Crants Rosemary la Interested In art Dr. Mary Dublin Keys- and directors of the chamberstan
have to the University
Florida by Dr. Roger W Ax. gone ', primarily as an avocation, a erllng director of the women's sections of the state: Pen-
of Minnesota
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) !ion that It Is a cure-all for their I preparations tonight< and with I ford, vljillng associate pro- Wisconsin, Radcllffe, Universityof and Sarah hobby, for she majored In Eng- bureau of the U.S. Labor De sacola, Miami, Tampa, Orlando
kumr Florida State Untverslty.
A Greek Immigrant and his problems. It sounds corny, I: the serving and other chore I at Lawrence. The University of f; Ish at Barry College. Like partment, and Dr. Esther and Jacksonville.More .

wife count their blessings In the know, but we get an inner Thanksgiving Day. "We have .) Wisconsin now has five mem. Rosemary many women takeclasses Rausenbush, director of the con- than 100 women attended -
number of free turkey dinners glow." about 30 helpers, In all," Mrs By DR. bers pf the fairer sex counsel for the sheer enjoyment tinuing educatioa program at the conference.
sold.r Written For t of learning. Sarah Lawrence College In Undoubtedly, this !Is only the
they serve at their restaurant The Sargents distribute tickets Sargent ling mature women throughout:
Thanksgiving Day. various agencies to This The Associated Press the who want continue Tenacious In her continuing Bronxvllle, N.Y beginning of a more systematic
to city year's menu includessag I state to !
This will be the 18th that ST. PETERSBURG (AP) education, Risemary attended Selection of Invitees was made recognition of programs to meet
year young and old alike. They dressing giblet ,, i to learn, but need assistance.
gravy lore new opportunities openedor college par -time for four by of needs
and Interests
presidents the
Willa J. Sargent, 64, and his served over 900 meals last mashed potatoes cranberry, years League of the unique
women In the past than In Wisconsin and would like to continue her Women Voters
year I American of
wife, Arlie, 93, have opened the Thanksgiving and are expecting sauce "I make It from fresh, more nurses are Asso- women.
doors of Sargent'i Cafe to all about 1,000 persons Thursday. cranberries," said Mrs. Sargent t in any year line* they weregranted brought back Into nursing, studies toward a degree. The
suffrage !In 1920 accor through refreshers each year: fact that two of her friends are

comers."We sort of look forward to Sargent, crippled by arthritis -green Ice cream.beans, coffee, milk and ing to a recent report to PresIdent t- than are graduated from the! attending an evening class was fl F

:since 19o2, does all the carving. Johnson the added A,.
this said Mrs. on status ol f school of nursing admittedly an attraction.
every year, despite his handicap."If No one If turned Includ- 1 //
who away, women. Studies show that It Is easier rr
Sargent, a city employe
takes time off from her Job Whelp he was going to get $10 a ing the 'wealthy gentleman who The report from the Interdepartmental -. The University of Minnesota, to participate In adult education
plate, he couldn't carve with came a few has made a special film which If friends Involved
roast 15 to 20 turkeys years ago, tucked a Committee and CIU- programs are
make the stuffing and preparethe more finesse," his wife said napkin In place and ate hearts! zero Advisory Council on the I can be shown to women'igroups. i and are keeping their minds

vegetables. Their daughter, Susie, 17, a high Iy. Status of Women said these advances -' This film la used to recruit sharp and alert by continued Intellectual r.t i'l.

"This Is something we do our school senior, helps in the kitchen "What we do might not seem have been made becauseof women back Into the activity through systematic

selves. My husband enjoys do- like much to lome people," Mrs. the Increasing recognition ol f classroom, depicting luccessslorles ;. study. idrc
of who have
Ing It. Eighteen years ago when The cafe Isn't very big. It Sargent said, "but when I look the country's unused potently 1 women returned One of the major points In the t ; "

he started, he wanted to see seats about 35 persons, 12 at the out and see people enjoy I n g In talented women, and an their to the university to complete argument for special programs

people happy. He still does. counter. themselves, I think, 'My God, awareness of women'i needs. begun. many Is that women's Intellectual tal- : c

"We're not., under .any. illus Volunteers. will assist )In how lucky we are':" Frlm Jan. 1 through Oct. 2, years ents are not being used for the

-- 1964, 13 of 22 top level Jobs !In Interviews with counsellors good of our society, or for the .1. ,

the executive branch of govern show that many mature women benefit of the woman herself.

I Stubborn Ex-Convict 4 Airmen' ment have gone to women. Six lack the confidence to return to Three reasons given by the v .,,

I ty-eight new appointment of school, and need only the rear center for the study of liberal

1 Missing< On women to leading government surance that they are capableof education of adults are:

Has Thanksgiving>< Story posltlon were made by PresIdent competing with the youngerset. 1-Recognition of the obvious

{ Ferry FlightBANGKOK Johnson during this same "The mature adults are Fact that a role outside the homes

\ NEW YORK (AP) Ex-convict leave In a new suit. period. some of the best students in our necessary for most women- 0 hr

Joseph Home, 34, got a free i Home's Thanksgiving story Thailand (AP) Many universities are recog- classes," say some of the pro- if at no other time during life, ,

ride up the river to Green Ha. unfolded In Queens Supreme Two T28 planes and four U.S. nizing the importance of confining fessors. Studies show that older certainly at the ever loner end 1

ven Prison but he wasn't hand. Courts dates back to May 19M, airmen have been missing for education for women. New adults are more serious, and of it, when children are grown. ,

cuffed on orders of the Judge. when he was sent to prison for ito six days on i ferry flight from college programs, in Women'i know why they are there. Acceptance of the fact that &' >u d.atkNrtaw

The onetime Queens ca. 10 years as a second offender northeast Thailand to South education have seen appointment "I want to learn to appreciate Intellectual pursuits by women ,,..,.. .,n. x

I washer also] went back to Green I on an attempted burglary Viet Nam American military of special assistant's to and enjoy art," says Rose- Is not "un-na tural."

I Haven with the assurance that t: charge. sources said today. the President for women's ed- mary Kin l n a n e, Eastern Air 3-The willingness! of society

he won't have to spend Thanksgiving ,i His second-offender status'I The sources said the two cation.. Lines stewardess, as her reason 10: give help to women who wishto MONEY NOW FOR

at the prison and wj was based on an old Florida planes each ,carrying two Some university deans of for taking a course at Miami ; assume roles outside the

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCIUNl pilots, were on a flight from women have been put on ape. evening high school home.
nolltlod Mill Hw following burglary conviction.
You motor oro horoby vtMclot, lf'' Old Holifiylodin Udorn, a Tha1-Laotlan border cial assignment to look out forthe Rosemary Is typical of many Florida State University( PresIdent THE HOLIDAY SEASONwith
10 MAOU7I will bo Kit if Public While he was spending the town needs who ( Gordon Blackwell a
lolo M f dock on "it Mm in of to Danang, in South Viet special training of women today want to add
Newman, 1640 ot tool N W. IllltOolnoivllloi past 4tt years at Green Haven, Nam. women. The Carnegie Foundation -' another dimension to their lives. recognized friend of continuing

,Tnt procudi Florid of IM Ml will Hi iPDllodlint Horne mentioned 10' a fellow Their normal route would has taken a ipecial Interest During the day Rosemary travels education for adults has ap- an Associates

I*, ilorlng th* poyrnwt of* wit of ilk of coin MM of motor rotoklno Inmate that he had no lawyer have crossed the Laotian pan- In this problem of lost talent: I ; between Miami and Tallahassee pointed Dr. Katherine Warren,

vonki*of.tad..*Kio tadMn coil of to.puMlcofion tno inunction ofMtico when he was convicted In Flori handle for about 120 miles. recognizing that many women but finds time to take dean of womenas chairman of Happy Holiday Loan

of tho Mlinc, duo vndtr Itio coofroct da. He was advised by the cellblock Informants said the pilots need to either be brought back her second course in art at a special committee on the education

/ wltn eovorlno Llnoooy fho Munoin flnonclno WIMIllonlorldl of Mid: buddy that legally, he were to pick up two additional Into their profession through re-; night. She Is learning now to for women. The holiday always mean extra expenses.! ..

to motor you vonlclo and you Any will wrplui romiln will Iliblo bo Mid for probably wasn't a second offender T28s transferred from the U.S. esher courses or tailor make work In different art media[ ,.and The Florida's Conference for Christmas gift, a trip home, parties, winter

Mr NLnct rNnNnIM un/Nd, MdtrNld at all. military assistance In bills, even a vacation. With an Associate
tM1laf. In the program
OINtftALMOTOIItly Queens court Monday, Viet Nam to the US Air Force Happy Holiday Loan, you can get the money
A'U'T""CI CORPORATION Justice J. Irwin Shapiro agreed
11 M w End R, :Morrll Flat with Home's prison buddy and T28 training program In Thai Reveal Cancer Blood Test for all these needs in advance. Then you can

Oolnotvlll Florid' reduced Home's sentence to 2Vt land.. shop with cash. save money on bargains and

Imllll'U to S I They said in intensive search eliminate credit chargea. At the time
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT Of FLORIDA, years. Keltz declined to give furt her University of Minnesota same you
had been made since late last t ffrui fork imra
IN AND FOR ALACMUA COUNTY "With time off for good behavior : can arrange to have money available for the
IIOHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, details the results. For example
AT LAW that should make you a I Thursday when the two planes NEW YORK A blood testfor on His test Is based on the typical January sales.Associates .
CITY 0" eA1NlfVILl failed to arrive at described here It was not clear how advanced
CorrsrtllM, free man, said the judge. 110 cancer was reaction of the body to an
.Y Mjlc: :. rule." Names of the pilots were not today as having ,been highly the cancer must be for invader. The blood serum, In one of America' largest financial

MART.. IOIIRT IT.INUFILLOWlll, Tuesday the Judge found available here. successful// In preliminary trials, identification. Some cancers, it this respect, can be viewed as institutions, invites you to bring us your
DofondontiIMININT. Home standing before the bench The Communist Pathet bUt the reaction of cancer is thought, take years to de- antibodies
DOMAIN LAW NO MM pro ape an army of defenders or money needs. Service is courteous and quick.
NOTICI IMININT DOMAIN again. Home explained that he Lao has claimed It shot down alists ranged from caution toepticism. velop sufficiently for diagnosis. each able to fight off a Remember borrow little
PPOCIIOINOI The test described today does you can a or a tot,
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCeRN wanted to go back to Green Ha- three US. planes last Wednes- specific type of Invader, or anti- whatever
ond to oil porionl tad porllm hiving, ven because he had left behind day and damaged two others. The man who developed the not Indicate the site of the cancer gen. When an antigen appears your requirement. Just write, phoneor
tlllo InHriil ol
tLlmlrtt visit
or ony would be the
lion Inth his overcoat 30 b. had est Dr. Sergio de Carvalho ofthe and hence only Associates office near you. We'll
till mortgogo or ithor to *r and $ Another Pathet Lao report said for which there Is no such defender
porwli ot ,Ipnd horolnoHor doicrlkId earned while I Rand in of limited usefulness. However, help you plan a Happy Holiday Season.
hi The Development Corp.
the leeks
in* tho following porionl logolhorwlttl prison. an F101 jet fighter was shot body to synthesize -
t III, unknown unoor poroonl known miming poriont' who kythrough prison, he added. Is supposed to down over the panhandle area Cleveland, Ohio, himself spoke if the procedure described Keltz by one.
or and
Drs. De. Carvalho
4 *ro diod or wh. *r* not known t* 'M live every departing guest a last Saturday and an FIDO was of it In guarded terms. It I ii, 4 Ilaus/we Urn* Nr tnrf Mar
Mid or oiivoiMorf / new suit. currently being scrutinized bthe stands up under further testing, The test was described todayas

ind M flobort Trmlo trlnehllNrrnNlrlduNly undor Iho Will/ ot Thorn- The Judge said Horne had hla damaged confirmed the Public Health Service in It might open the way for de derived from those antigens ASSOCIATESFINANCE

tan I. llrlngflllow docoOMd permission to back. Home The Pentagon Bethesda Md. velopment of anticancer vac- typical of cancer tumors.
1721 N. W. Third PIICIGilnnvlllo fo F101 downing saying the pilot .
/ Florida till hesitated. "What !" The Indication ofIts cines. INC.
now only specific
Tho flMt
Olvlilon of
Indintry ItotoDoporfmonff
llllltn 1791 N.0 W., Itrlngfollow Third PltqDNnavlllb asked the Judge. Capt. Burton L. Waltz of Ft. success was given by Dr.Alan Dr. De Carvalho has been of "" ''culture. Room 901 Opon ttii 4 Suurdoyi bofor )(mil ..
Colo. soogio' lulialna Oolnowlllo/ '''rId..
Morgan; was
lold. up working on possible anticancer ;
"Your honor I have Keltz of Biochemical Procedures
wllratlw nolid
Lt. Cmdr Hart Robert Illngfillow Jr no moneyor bbl on Clou o
Rot M other means' of getting by search aircraft alive but In- Inc., In North Hollywood serums for a number of years printing Florldo Cliil, V) for If).000OfXM IN JACKSONVIUI

awry Chrlirlno; Hilghli.I. otrlnaUilowQuarry ponom Conol Ion here," said the ex-prlaoner, I jured. He was said to be on a Calif., which has been Some view his work as brilliant Orchid II irhitod OlMouo pogn bulllllnt.ond covor,contolnlnt 17fwf 1033 Main Street,..... .. .. .. .. ..n 5.53 11
sot N reconnaissance mission over whereas others in the field color Innipormclol tad 11 tloekond 700
MolohU Panama Conil rakKIrYmM The Judge then ordered that screening the procedure for the wfilfo homoMo not lolir fhm II 00 Idgowood Av., Paxon Ctr..lV 4-4S1I
south central Laos. consider It controversial. He A M, Tuoidov OoCOmBor. 1, Ire.. lid
M rl llrlnglllkMQuorry lorne be taken In
a Rand Hesaid
prison van
RN M Development Corp. medical form moy bo Mcurod tad mmuierlptoxomlnod 91 IS Beach Boulevard. ..... .. ... ,.Fl 9-2661
The Defense received his
Department an- original
Molghro Pwiml Conil Ion on the 70( -mlle ride to Storm-I preliminary tests on the Mondiy through Prldoy from
I.Mirk. "Chriilion ItrlngfollowOuorry vllle, N.Y., where the prison Is nounced that Capt. William R. blood serum of about 1,000 persons training In his native Portugaland !Ndr.u.-!! M. ti SIS '.M. II ttit ..... IN OAINHYIIU

Holghti Panama Conil taNLutllt located. ,Martin of Alexandria, La., was both healthy and cancerous has served temporarily at V. W VIUtNIUSIAecountont/ 1)31 N. Main Street.... .. .. .. ... .... 37J-2J31

I until. Itrlngiollow tn. will. olTruitio ofThornton "But remember said Shapiro fatally Injured when his FlOfl had shown that the meth- medical schools at Wayne State (37741 II:II. tl

ill N. I. I.fir Itrlngfollow it llrootOolniwlllo fJoCMMtf "no handcuffs. This guy Is Jet fighter was shot, down over od: Identified more than 95 percent University in Detroit and at the at..!. ..... .,....' JI """ ...,. .. '-3

Prodorkk I, .Florida llrlnglellow I no longer a. prisoner. He's Just I Laos last Wednesday. The location of cancer cases merely nO'lTu NtiTIC' 0'PlCTITIOUI INTI"TlON.M'' TO t

1011 N. W. 14th Avonu.Oolnoowlllo. going; back to straighten/ out a of the crash wis not re- from bloodsamples. unuont t* tKlUn MIM, PlOrUflSlolutoi ,
Florida I f f> accounts veakd Notko It HoroDy flvoit, ftlot fhoundorilgnod M
w ,
Miry O. Itrlngfollow In less than 10 per cent of NAARY L. ZINKI*. feint
1011 N. W. 14th Avow.Oalnowlllo. the samples were cancer cases b."I.... V. d t r fh* firm nomo of .
Floridalindy / I IISVILLI 0.Y wAttow /
Ororrim llrlngfollow To missed and in less than 5 per ITKUCTION eifnoovlllo. AI I Kill -
H71 N. w. 14IA Avoouo: Sponsor Community County Florid' *, lnt..... t* rnlntr, lid, .
cent were healthy people classed ,
eNrlrvllLINLt, 'leMNouo' nomo under tot prwltloflo *f
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N. W. lath AvenuoOolnoovlllo. Service DATED tONnNVlllt.. flerlet MlrfIh
Florida Thanksgiving At. news conference In the diy of Nftvumbor, It** .
Money Adoml llrlnfollowmi ; I HAHRY L. liNK I"
Overseas Club here Dr. I
N W. 14th A_ Press MW: 11,II. IS 7177. 0
Oalnowlllo Florida A Community Thanksgiving en by E. Eugene Ruyle -
TIM Lwiw ItrtngfollowMt .sslst"1 -
Dny Service will be sponsored ant rector at Holy Trinity I

William Quarry' Holghtf.T. /trlrptlltwt f onom* Cwol. Ion Thursday by the Galnesvl e copal Church. I I WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE !

Ituyvooont.Ova Ministerial Awclatlon with 1 Don't chance a heater that won't work !
Apartmont I O This Is a community worship
Now Vork t. Now Vorkinly First Presbyterian Church at Call today tor our pre-season special !
I. llrlngfollow 100 SW Second Ave., the host service to which all Gainesville i
4 lluywiant OvolAMMmonl residents welcome. I
are '
l.aNIW church.To '
York ., Nm Yorklarih t
4 lluyvoiont Illon Itrlngfollow OvlAporlmont begin at 10.30 ..m., the There will be a nursery provided i HEATERSCLEANED ,

tONIW !service will be conducted by Dr at the church for children -
Vorti 1, Now York under six of .
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Dupree No Contact Drill

? .

. Deserves : of I Slated for Gators

y n'' !I By JOE 11 \l.BERSTEllSun : Miami also Is high on end ity to pressure opposing quar.

4 S> Sports Editor I Ed Welsacosky as a top defend-1 terbacks has led to many raiser
; AA Honor ''u He has made 75 tackles, ajtakes which Miami has convert.
The Galon
J wui
wrap up I record for the UM, and his .bll.|ed into scores
efforts for
t Saturday' game
I with Miami in another" drill today

I supposed a lot of us raised an eyebrow or two when and it'i certain to be more
. the American Football Coaches Association tabbed Gator of the same -
., Cilll1ll
fullback Larry Dupree as an AU-Amerkan this week. i I That
-P3! be no contact as
Larry, himself, will be the first to admit that he hasn't ylip \ t pr' Coach Ray Grave Mid his Ca-
done all the fancy things so needed to be chosen an All- s tors
are hurting America. Such as ranking high In rushing yardage and play- i4 :- can't afford to bump headi.
ing with a team that has a standout won-lost record and a oWednesdey
national rating. Halfback Don Knapp re-Injured r
The coaches, tome 512 of them, base much of their selection his bad leg this week and
on a look at films of top nominees. They apparently i I likely Is out of the contest with
I the 'Canes. The once overflow

ing reservoir of bat'kfleld talent November 25, 1964
LJd1MIAMI Is down to the minimum lor two
units now

ir 1 1 Brown Looks Good
STRATEGY FOR Barry Brown has taken to his I
Halfback RUM" Smith left; Miami coach {' new linebacker post with a flair, LBattlesWildcats
back Bob Biletnikoff right look over a play the lending encouragement to the
Florida Saturday. defensive coaches. He'H have a
busy time Saturday what with

liked what they law of the Gator captain's running and Miami backs Russell Smith and AgainSTARKE
Pete Banasiak
to about.
Guslafsou worry
blocking this season. F
m say this. If there Is such a thing as poetic Justice, (It The\ Gators are working hardon
turned ip In Dupree's selection. If they gave All-America offense, hoping to regain the I !!: Starke and Mao The two teams met In the
ratings on sheer effort, If teams went unbeaten and woa stride that brought them five clcnny come to grips for the opening game of the year, with
conference championships On sheer effort, then Dupree deserves Subs Quit victories and a brilliant game second time this season here the Tornadoes claiming! a 210
to be there with the best despite defeat at Alabama In tonight in an unusual football decision
The UF senior has done all that his coaches have askedof their first six contests. The past situation Neither team could (rind an

him. And a little bit more. Unlimited substitutions, elimination arshlps are not held back, < two frays' have seen Florida opponent for Its 10th game, 10
of red'shirting and trim lege faculties are going to [ to i touchdown each Park they decided to meet each oth-
Big B' IVo. 1, Too ming down of excessive scholarships bel. "And we may be in and beaten In both. City 2 er again

for athletes are favored er fight for survival of The
Tornadoes ranked high
Florida State's Fred Biletnikoff was named to a second by Miami athletic director Andy football as we know and Miamimeanwhile, has slow Cops! Midget both In Class A., Region 1 and
team end berth by the coaches. I hope they watch him Gustafaon today." I i | ed down Its work too. Coach I Grid Crown the Florida Star Conference' ,
Charlie Tate has
In out con-
the Seminoles'
closely against opponent the Gator Bowl
The one-time Hurricane coach Gustafson also favors I will take a sparkling 7-1-1 record
a tact for the "Canes who
game. This is one that should have been No. I, probably art
old I the Gainesville Quarterback to allow the team that Is facing flock of minor ailments. City Park Team No. :1 won into battle
ahead of Baylor's Larry Elkins wo has not been as "glamorous"
Club Tuesday night i ing In a football game to the Midget League football title Coach David Harass forces
this season, If glamorous Is the word, as the Big B. that he Is opposed to the practice -,an option on whether It w I Dave Green may open at of. Tuesday by downing rhl//Jappa have Inlet only to Lake City and
This li the time of year, like pre-Chrlstmas shopping, that I' of teams delaying the game kick off or receive after : Tensive guard against the Ga Alpha 27 .1.Druaah tied Palaiki In Its successful
the star teams blossom.. to take an automatic penalty to scores He said the North. tors Saturday. He will replace campaign
scored three touchdowns
United Press International named Dupree to Its first team let In the kicking teams as It game last was played Frank Bech who li out with I Starki will bank on a rugged
backfield for a third straight year. End Charles Casey got year and an extra point for
It being done this season der such a rule and a 23-7 ; leg Injury. defense, headed by linebacker
the winners while Horn
a second learn spot and tackle Dennis Murphy, guard Bill Hcrby
He said free subs t Rations turned Into an exciting 23. ; Jeff Warren and tackle Tommy
TD and two extra
Richbourg and quarterback Steve Spurrier were ea the third The Blitxer'Florida's
would eliminate the a n n o ylng windup thanks to the trail I ; ; x>lnla. Toby Turlington and I' Thomas In Its bid (for vie
unit.How play and put college football on team getting the kickoff a ; big task Saturday tory,
they kept Casey off the first team In preference to I Carl Esser led the winners on
Mississippi's Allen Brown Is another one of those picks that the same rules level with professional coming back to score. I II will be to contain quarters e k defense and Greg Mead stood I Pans Combination
no one will quite figure out and high school play. Cator coach Ray Graves Rob Biletnlkoff. nicknamed out |s a linebacker. Quarterback Phil Elder to end
Casey, incidentally, needs only 10 more catches In the next Gustafson said the NCAA Is I the Quarterbacks that I "The BliUer." City Park No 2 finished witha Gene Pans promises lit he an
two games to break the all.time Southeastern Conference record 'going to have to push for elimination was beaten by a fine The sophomore has counted 71 S 0 record to 4. 1 for Sigma exciting pawing combination to
for one season. It is 53 and was set by Barney Poole of red shirting. "The, ball team" last Saturday pass completions In 143 tomes Nu. 1 -2: fur City Park No.1 spark the offense
of Ole Miss. That's getting up In pretty good company, Isn't Big Ten" doesn't have red-'I Tallahassee. "FSU will I for 142 yards gained and four 1, Edwards, 2.3.; PI Kappa Providing the running will be
shirts he
It. said. "They give a fine representative for the touchdowns. Seven have been Alpha, 1.4; and Hughes Supply 1 halfbacks Dwight Elder and
boy a four-year scholarship and of Florida in the Gator : Intercepted. Bllrtnlknft already 0.5Other Larry Crawford fullback Mickey
they expect him to graduate In game," he said. has surpassed the first year games saw Sigma Nu Agner and alternate" quarterback
Bart Starr 'II four years. The Sou t heastern' Gravel said he was proud mark set by George Mica, the coast over Hughes, 47 f, aBUI Don Falcon.
Conference, especially, stretches all time 'Canes' grtateit \ Murphy and Greg Bent will bank
All-Area \ this five I his players who refused 10 pass- Macclenny Its hopes
Chosen NFL over years the loss to the Semlnolea er, played well and Wayne B e I IN im the strong running<< of fullback .
: Faculties May Rebel just got beat," he said A fine runner, Blletnikolf iV caught several pasaea. Jimmy Yarbrough.
Selections I The Miami AD said If excessive Gene Ellenson, UP M has picked up 293 yard In City Park No. 2 and SigmaNu The Wildcat came on strong
Back of WeekBy numbers of athletia schol- line coach, told of MI a m I 123 carries to rank second to I will play a post season the last few games alter a slow
------- ---- --- -- -- Smith who has pined' 321 In et Park
I pa game City on Thursday start defeating both Santa Fe
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ThursdayOutstanding efforts, a sparkling 431 ."I jJee. J, at 4.JO p.m. The and PK. Yonge by the Identical -
age. public Is Invited to attend. 14-1 SWOTS.
Bart Starr la no riverboat Corbin Hodge Tf .- -
gambler. The Green Bay quarterback high school \ t
usually follows the book football players will be saluted ,
right out the window. But he Thanksgiving Day as ., .3
took a chance Sunday and wona the Sun announces Its 1964 Back and I tIt
game 2S 21 that Cleveland All Area team. a
wanted so much.It Three squads and honorable

was fourth and Inches togo mention will be pickedby Cross City fullback Randy 2J-4 victory over Lake
on the Packer's 14 7. Instead Sun sports writers who Corbin and Santa Fe tackle/and the Suwannee Confere n '
of punting or sending Jim covered the Area grlddersthis rigger Hodge reign today as championship.The : i- mti4r
Taylor up the middle, Starr season Back and Lineman of the I 190 > pound senior
. went for the pass and connected The coach, back and lineman ,Week' respectively, In the Sun's after tme'! broke through t .
Y with Max McGee who ran to of the year will follow final selections. Lake Butler line to keep I ---'
I the Cleveland one. Taylor went next week. Corbin rolled for IU yards Bears driving. He scored e

: over and Paul Hornung tied the' So, don't forget, tomor- rushing to lead the Bears to a touchdown and ran for t II .

:, score. row, Thursday, Thanksgiving extra points. '
A few minutes later Jimmy
Day, Nov. 2S, 1964 is Hodge was the different (
Brown fumbled when hit and the date. i Cavaliers Santa Fe edged P K. Yonge,
Green Bay recovered on the
1 I (, In a defensive battle. I
Cleveland 2%. It was Tom,I He was a defensive terror ,
Moore, Taylor and Moore again I Stay Atop night and kicked the winning
Then Starr faked handotfs and FSU Lineman Ira point In the final period.Sevee
rolled Into the end zone. Grid PollMIAMI .J
For that fine performance, a Shinliolscr : Tarklrs l
week after he had been knock, Hodge racked up seven
ed out of action In San Francisco Best in U. S. I' (AP-For the second vidual !tackles, but that ,
consecutive week, coaches and '
: Starr was given The Associated tell the story, according
Press' recognition as TALLAHASSEE. Fla. (AP-, sportswriters ranked the Coral Coach Charlie Roberts ilL '16r
player of the week in the Notional -Jack Shinholser. Asa elated Gables Cavaliers the top high "He best his man all night : ; ,
Football League. Press Lineman of the Week' school football team in Florida Roberts said. "And they

Starr completed U of 11 passei wanted to quit four yean ago The Cavaliers, already region run to him very much."
for 131 yards with McGee his when Florida State hadn't 4-AA champion, risk their liltgame Backs gaining special m I I
favorite target shaken the lag of girls' school, winning streak Thanksgiving tlon were Santa Fe
asn't winning, had never morning against South- Mae Crawford, North IF YOU LIKE STORIES ABOUT THE ;'0
which four
beaten archrival Florida and(west, has compiled halfback Robert Stone, *
was playing In the second 1 wins and five losses this year. City halfback Jerry /Karr
ranks of college football. !I A poll conducted by The Miami P K. Yonge fullback Tom OLD DAYS, all you have: to do is sic around .
I Herald, Coral Gables
But after Saturday's 1 -I7 victory gave IIIn.
200 points. Palm Beach, Unbeaten ,
Jack Daniel's sawmill brealaime.
ever Florida a Cater Crawford gave a / at
this IX and
Bowl berth, a spot In the AP's, year of hard running at he led Rt
Miami High 114.
Top Ten and Lineman of the' Palm Beach meets undefeated !,el ball carriers with 41 ,
.. Week honors, Shlnholser said: In 11 runs. He also scored One of the
"I Jove It. This Is what Forest Hill ranking fourth ta Fe's lone touchdowo.. : : stories you're: bound
in a Wednesday night game to .
.o makes football good. Yon wort determine the Suncoait Conference two yard plunge. 1
(or something and you get it"I title Stone churned for US I ,. to hear is about how Jack Daniel
in IS carries to "lead the ....
Shinholaer, Cfoot-1, 2M-pound
, Tied\ for fifth are Tampa HiDs- s
I middle guard broke through borough and Orlando Colonial. on Dunrwllon. a 304 kr ,{VJ first made the charcoal he used
II repeatedly to stop the ball carrier -Tampa risks! Its region J-AA 17$ pound senior also i
I and harass the passer two touchdowns, on runs of I '
hopes against 13th-ranked Tampa | to smooth his
Saturday.He Plant this week. Colonial Iscaampfcm ,and 22 ysrds.I \, out sippin' whiskey,

got credit for six tackles ef Region J-AA and I ppf1tac" Rile J)
all assist and for forcing: a' win play Coral Cables to the:I Karr played a* ) He sawed up the: hard maple,
fumble on the one-yard line that semifinal, Dee. 4. supporting role to Corbin )

v th-eat slipped and Florida's may first have offensive turned'|Fort The Lauderdale Miami Herald seventh poD ranked with';Crow City's surprisingly I II ticked it, and burned it right up
JACK SHIMIOLSER --the We. |LOS points Miami Norland eighth! :I i iI in the woods. Then later he built
with W. Clearwater suit with' :
(M arid Hialcah Ith with tilI i ; it1IIJ; ;

:1 I(points. Other ranking teams: :a sawmill in the Hollow and did it Ql _

: Jacksonville t*, 41: Penta4cola M CHARCOAL
? (Jacksonville High U;Psion Tampa, Plant both and T: | i all here, the way we: do now. And Ijj MIU.OWEO

''Tampa Robinson, M.; Lake 1 the t 6
JUp lams M; WiMwond. 24; Miami FRIED that results is exactly

Palmetto, M.; St. Petersburg 1I flB DROPthe

HoluM, 11, and Lake City and mm WITH i same. You can count on our B
Gainesville tied for 20ta place)I A

with If votes each. ALL I old-timers
Sugar tlv.irbum.oleaP - I [ to make sure of that. MH BY DROP

+ulA a a Coach Resigns i CAN ,

ooae. c arb e(' the Calgary! Served he i :5'e
5 !StMipedert s* the Western Coo- taIs.; try assess tee Itia..4 Me.lot1Iuuue.'lun.
ferrace. said this seek be! LIGGETT II 'lOor If CIiOICl
has resigned 'Iran the Canadiaa AMISVtUI OIlTIUft 110 IOTTIO IT m D4XIII OlSTIllllf imNIVIt (POP 114). TIM

FeiXbel League lean. I


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10 GoineivilU, Sun Wednesday, November 25COSTUME 1964r
'Refrigeration with 12 points and points for Rohns Dairy vuwn.
Holm's UndefeatedThompson
I \ Ruby Griggers also scored 12 Jane Hall scored seven pointsfor

I points for Jones Johnson. Klrkpah-tek & Plerson.
Refrigeration and Thompson Refrigeration defeated Rohn's Dairy Queen won over I Standings: Rohn's Dairy I

Has Rohn's Dairy Queen were victorious Jones Johnson In three Klrkpatrlck Pierson, 15-11,15-!Queen, 1-0, Jones Johnson, 4-
Auburn in Women's Volleyb a 11 close games, 14-18 15-13, li-13 I. Skip Dinter lead scoring in 4; Thompson Refrigeration J-5;
I League action at CBS Gym. Barbara Wallace led Thompson both games with a total of 10,Kirkpatrick & Pierson. 1-7
; :

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I AND Patronize The Merchants
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for Saturday's season finale Nis Nimn Sponsoring

Coach Ralph Jordan of AU-!with Tennessee SHOW
burn has named all 14 of his
I The workout was equally divided
w senior varsity football players I between offense and defense SPORTS haIsa Whin a saran '..11I'11 Lawn a sari praa.5. Wlnwn a react Lawn a tars.'Aldame
lr as captains for the Thanksgiving and was capped by a

Day clash with Alabama.!lively defensive skirmish. 5:55PM-Mon.thruFrl. .......".....24 Auhrlrs .. 7 Sk.w ..".". ... U St. Au.ustiaa's 6Autt.
Tucker Frederickson and Jimmy DIAL 1230 Paay 5'... 20 Fat Cameben .."" 6 Swab C..II.. St. 20 ..,...i.. .. ICatawba

'es Sidle will act as spokesman. Rain forced Tulane indoors ....,.........14 1.."' .h,... .."..11 ......... State ....21 Kentucky' Skits 6Chattanap.
for the second day to work on WGGGSponsored ........20 S. L L.ut.iane .?. 6 T... ...."............21 T... A, b M. .... 0
ea The Tigers voted to accept Ibid timing for Saturday's game with Clark. .._....._....20 Marta /rows ...."..12 T.... w....,. .....S Colorado St. U. _. 6
r. psi r to the Sun Bowl U either Duke. I Service By The c. w. Fed ..........14 Heh" ........... ".. 1 T... ".."...."...".2. Wlckits ......"........ ..Ifumbsldt
Missouri or Oklahoma accepts.I Mississippi State worked Indoors Sudden Oil Co. / $5.5..20 Whltwotth ..... .."..14 T.. ".. 'I.titue 20 Alabama 5.'. .. 6Mid.

As members of the Southeastern In sweat clothes, prepar. and T.... S'.t'.14 T........ Tech .11 Vlrrylns Tech .14 V. M. r. ... .. 7Masan
Conference they cannot officially Ing for its Dec. S season-closing Codes Lif. Insurance St... .20 VI"I"I. Seae 6 Wily ..20 Dillard .12
accept a bowl bid until I game with Mississippi. Of America N..b.", ., ,14 ,... .t.'i., ".... 6 William 0 Mary ..14 Richmond .13
the end or the season. N. C..II.a C.II. 20 Nash c... A C. T 12
At Tuscaloosa Alabama went
I Elsewhere in the SEC Tuesday I i Indoors to avoid an all-day rain. THE
Vanderbilt's team worked'fall. The team went over routine
owned ,Jim [out in rain mud, chill and fog| assignments in preparation for
Hill Merritt on Running Deer, by For about one and one-half,hounFIVEGAITED !I'its Thanksgiving Day battle with Gator Chi... .._...........14 ....._.......,13AMERICAN
Siott. Ann Decker U :ribbon: girl. Auburn'at Birmingham.

Alabama moves to Birmingham ,
Bullets Top Wednesday for a workout.

5.. D..,. .." ...,1ti 1.15.1.. ?.._.._...24
Tennessee worked out In a'
St. Louis; I VaI tt light drizzle in a general reviewof
; plans for Saturday's clash FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27. 1964
J..l with Vanderbilt. The Vanderbilt" Gainesville's L. Aneel. St. ..' 21 SIi"" Reek ........14
Knicks Win j game Is "one we have to have, Favorite Meeting

'iF r said Coach Doug Dickey.In Spot

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I '" Baton Rouge rain washedout Before and After SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28", 1964
The Garnet!
When Baltimore's Gus Johnson sixth-r n ked Louisiana Bar fir Package Store Artuasa .. ..14 Solos,. Seata Klnsa Paine Aead. 14 h. Military, C.II. 13Iavla

wrecked a basket while I State's final workout before the Drive' Up Service' ... ... .. ....14 Rice .". ... N.., ." .. .14 Army 11
driving for two points, the St. Thanksgiving holidays. Coach 63) N.W. 13th ST." 20 ARM u. ....." 'I Naw Mulce .. .10 Can,.. s,.,. 7Ime.
Hawk should have I Charles McClendon had plannedto ." .. .17 Halt' Crass ... Oklahoma ..17 Oklahoma St.t. 7
Louis review all phases of the kick. Tim".1f1 .... .....14 H..IfI" ... .. San 01.,. St.,. ,,14 San Jose Stare .13
known It wasn't going to be ing game In preparation for his Now Is Duke. .... ".....10 T.I.". ..." ". 7 S. Califanta ..17 Not,. Dams ." .14
their night. The Baltimore Bullets season-closer with Florida. To Phone Plaida. A." C M. ...21 T.... Saathaa ....14 T."..'.. ".. .. ,,10 V.nd.rbilt. ... 7Plaid.

completed the demolition i ................14 MI....' ...... '". 1 I T.... Chlstiaa .10 S.."'lt 7Waal.
job whipping the Hawks 109-() I At Athens Georgia's Bulldogswent 2.3383 ..., ... ..
FR Task ,..."..10 "- .". \ .., 7 u.c.. Se. I'b. 14 Meica 6
108 In a National Basketball Association through Indoor drills as
game Tuesday night.In rain prevented them from prac- For Your Fuel Oil
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Tuesday's game -
York downed San Francisco Georgia We !Install Tank!
plays Georgia Tech
101-13. Saturday. We Sell Heaters! .ItOI'; .. .... ....21 Se" ....i... .." ,17 Mts..sota ."....20 L. Ans.l' .11

Johnson's driving layup In !J "Your Fuel Oil Full Dealers"Service CI..I.... .......".a'I Phtlad.l.hta ...... .17 I St. .Louie .. ..... ..21 Pltta..h. ,,21G

the third period destroyed the Tosimili Voted ,.." .., .......24 D.II.. .. .. .....20 Wahin.t; n .." ..,21 N.. York Giant, ..20
basket, tearing oft the rim and DAVIS
shattering the glass blackboard Crown
Repairs delayed the game about OIL CO.S AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE
25 minutes. NEW. YORK (AP) Tas-

The Bullets who had trailed!I Magic Moment with and Kathy EnRllsh Alexander Division, Tampa champ,' I,nan, a swift daughter of Tim H...,." ....' .........2sta.. ....... ......21 Oaktad. ." ......., .21 0...... .. .... .24
riding five-gaited I
Tam, made certain
by In the as many game is surged 10 points Into early a 15, Ion. Buddy Hull presents L. I), Hull Memorial Trophy she wouldn't be a runner this year. up II IC..... City .. ....,..20 N.w Yark. J.t.,57

point lead In the third period. .for' achievement.- again as she won 10 of her 14
But SL Louis with Richie starts to take the '-year old THE
Guerin and John Barnhill doing IN AMATEUR SHOW filly[ title awarded by the Thoroughbred Whether At HOMEOF SHELLEY'STHE SEE THE

most ol the damage, c a u ght Racing Association.* The Stadium or EVERYTHING- "TIGER IN THE

Baltimore late In the fourth period. As a 2-year-old Tosmah was I At Home WatchingThe .

\ Local Horse Wins second to Castle Forbes for Game on TV ':\ -V. 1J( NEED YOU Horn of The CAGE"

Don Ohl's foul shot with .40 Juvenile filly honors wlnn I n g Make Sure it'. RCI! For OriginalItalian THE NEW 1965
# L seconds remaining put the Bullets ,seven of her eight starts JJ Building Sandwich ,

\ on top again and his steal This year she not only erRemodel. --- PONTIACNOW
from Guerin with three seconds lI Western LaurelsThere whipped rivals of her sex and Our
I to play Iced It. Walt Bell I \ I. Try
I age but stepped out of her divIsion 2- PIZZASScS.litr
amy topped Baltimore with 31 to beat older fillies and
points and Zelmo Beaty had 25 were 397 entries In 55 Included Jack Bashaw Wai- mares and even beat colts like r SHOWINGAT
for St Louis. classes In the ninth annual 1 Cobb and Ray Davis mas- Roman Brother and Lt. Stevens ,; \. FR1i' and
Gainesville amateur horse show of ceremonies: Martha Gib- In the Arlington Classic Lowcnbrau. On Top

Top GolfersEnter last weekend program chair son, co-chairman Bill Tiles-,
Lu reported today ; Her 1964 earnings of $305.285: McCOYBUILDING
I man. Bindery ton and Jack Hefty A and B1 brought her total purse "I I n- FREE DELIVERYPH. TROPICAL'PONTIAC
Event ringmasters; Karl R. Owens nlngs to $426,471 a rare bargain -
i Special awards went to Magic ROYAL CROWN SUPPLY FR 2-65(2
and Wilson E. Joiner veterinarians -
considering that Anthony
owned and riddenby 819 W. Univ.
MEXICO CITY (AP) Astarstudded Moment Alexander, ,. T I snaps ; W: A. Miller, farrier; Imbesl, owner of Briar dale BOTTLING CO. CENTER 1608 N.W 1st. Ave 220 N.W. 8th AVE.
field of 150 golfers Kathy and Mrs. LIllian Gibson, organ--Farm, paid about SIM.000 for 1101 I. UNIVIR. AVI. North Mil; .. 2r4 II...
Division championand :
will tee off Thursday in the as English andridden st 'the miss i
Chalk lewis, owned
four-day Mexican Open over the
A. G.: Lewis Gainesville
tough Club de Golf I Mexico by
Division winner -
\ as Western
course. ,

Canada's AI Balding seeking Cherry Cider owned by Lynn'i

to retain the crown he,won Firestone, Miami, and. ridden UOFFFIGHTING
last year with a record nlne- by Sandy Schultz, Miami t, was

under par 171 over another and best In Hunter and Jumper I '
easier layout. Division
The two-day program attracted
He admits he faces trouble
many of the top horses
this year against such luminaries riders from Florida
as Ken Venturi the US Hind I I
and the Southeast, try
Open champion; Bobby Nichols said. GATORStJ
the POA and
champion Officials who assisted Hind-
others. _

Tony Lema, the Californian I BOWLING STANDINGS VS.MIAMI.

who won the British Open this I seesaw Mixst
year and the Mexican Open I acv era I."*
two years ago, with drew be DI.SKllrlly,. 'II.TriMWfml Cull nI
cause of a shoulder muscle In- Sum* T 1 1e.\
CmM luriib J JJ
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jury.Most ".0". I.
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721yard, par 72 layout Tues- "",.&..',..,ear aM I..CIII,.,... lama I'.. 1.".._ II'Y'

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Sun W.,...,.", November 2S, ''''
I Farm Bureau Loses 20-13 fought battle from Gainesville
Timberlake Alabama Texas Take Aim I I Sun by a 4J-1J score

1 I Adult Flag Football action Farm Bureau. In \the final game, Fir Department -

Voted Best 'Tuesday at City Park saw Williams I The Medical ,Students accepted upset favored P t n n
On Bowl ContestBy Thomas forge ahead In I, a forfeit gams from First Chem Research for a 32.1 victory
Orange :the final half to gain a 20-13 Methodist. Next games are scheduled
Back of WeekBy \victory over !favored Florida I I The Mystery tram took s hard, for Monday. Nov. 30.

HAL BOCK works. A quiet evening at home coach, knows his club has nothing .
THB ASSOCIATED PRESS Associated Press Sports Editor would be more likely for the to lose and figures with a .
Bob Timberlake, University of Have you made your date for Tigers who are 13 and the Aggies break here and there his team
Michigan quarterback, parked r New Year's night yet? struggling through a 1.8 can make It two straight over
the Wolverines to I lO-J( victory Texas and Alabama apparently season. their cross-state rivals. "We are
over Ohio State last Saturday, a have theirs all planned: The confident we can beat Ala
victory that brought Michiganthe r Longhorns have accepted an But with that ol' debble upset bama," Jordan said, >
Big Ten championship and i invitation to play in Miami's lurking around every corner I e
an automatic spot in the Rose Orange Bowl with a national you never know In college foot Fullback Tucker Fredrickson
Bowl on Jan. 1. television audience and upwardsof ball. So don't count out the is the Tigers' big threat but Ala-
The performance of the 21 72,000 on hand to watch the chance of major upsets Thursday bama's passing threat of Joe *e'AItk081
when the Crimson Tide Namath and Steve Sloan make
year old senior against the first major bowl game ever
Buckeyes won him the Back; of played *t night The Crimson tackles Auburn and the Longhorns the Tide a topheavy favorite to
The Week award today from Tide Is expected to be there meet A&M in games win., I
The Associated Press. IAP Wlratfwtt M tilt Sun too. headlining the Thanksgiving
Texas, national I champion a
Timberlake passed 17 yards JOHN HUARTE Auburn and Texas A&M have Day menu. I year ago, has lost just one game
for one touchdown, booted the Helgman winner nothing nearly as exciting In the I Ralph Jordan A u bur n'.;In nine starts and Texas A&M
extra point and later kicked a has won just ones but these two
27 yard field goal to figure In Irish Look clubs always put up a fierce 0
'all 10 of Michigan'i points. Tulsa Syracuse struggle against each other,

The g-foot-4, 215-pounder from To Trojans Elsewhere Tulsa's high-flying
Franklin, Ohio, has led the Wol- For No. 10 aerial! duo of Jerry Rhome and
verines to eight victories In Howard Twilley teams up for

nine games. Their only loss was SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Lead in Offense the last time before the home
by one point to Purdue 21 20. Notre Dame's football s q cad. fans ai the Hurricanes entertain .HKORY
He was recently named a scholar thrilled that quarterback John Wichita.
athlete at large,by the National Huarte won the Helsman Trophy NEW YORK (AP) The college a total offense average of 477.3 In Saturdays top g a mss
Football Foundation and as 1964's outstanding college football season Isn't over yards, Including 327.2 yards a Army and Navy clash for the
on Tuesday finished fourth In player, high spiritedly yet but there's no question 6th time, with 100,000 expected
on The Hurricanes
the voting for the Helsman Trophy capped about the 1964 team offense game passes at Philadelphia's John F. Ken-
preparations today t 0
for the outstanding college meet Southern California. champions. They're Tulsa In have scored 40.3 points a nedy Stadium and Southern California AMERICA'S MOST MAGNIFICENT
player of 1964 with 361 points Huarte, who didn't even play I total offense, passing and scoring game and need only 37 In their with a shot at a Rose
Allen McCune, west Virginia enough to win a monogram in and Syracuse in rushing.On final against Wichita Thursday Bowl berth, runs Into Notre STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY Ollll
quarterback, was high up In 1963, is one of nine regulars who defense Its another mat 10 become the first major team dam and Helsman Trophy ss'woor nilimarr a, ml
the weekly voting by sportswriters will be in their last game as ter. Two new leaders turned up to: average 40 points since Okla- winner John Huarte at Los An- MTWIM .
and broadcasters. H e seniors for the top rank e d in the team statistics released homa in 1954. geles. I .
completed 13 of 17 passes for Irish on the West Coast Satur today by the NCAA Service Bu-
two touchdowns, Including 50- reau and there's a possibility '
yarder in the last quarter for day.He was named the Heisman of another change or two after
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Huarte Is the sixth Notre have to hold Alabama, which
Tide Texas Dame recipient of the award. has averaged 3201 yards on offense ,{ ., "
The last Irish winner was Paul this season, to a little
Hornung In 1956. more than half that allowanceto
Navy IrishBy "It' took a great deal of dedication be sure of the title. Runner
on Huarte's part to earn up Louisiana State, with a 166.1
this deserving award," said I average. could Improve t b a''
HAROLD CLAASSEN Coach Ara Parseghian. figure in its hurricane delayed
Associated Press Sports Writer game against Florida Dec. 5.

NEW YORK (AP) -This Is Bell Beaten The other new leader is Arkansas .
the week of double helpings in in defense against scor I I

everything even college foot- Ft. White Ing. The unbeaten Razorbacks -11L
ball.So made Texas Tech their fifth
for a final whirl slang FORT straight shutout victim and ended -
WHITE Bell's Bull :
the edge of Upset Gulch while the season with an allowance .
dogs dropped a 50-41 cage encounter -
i of S,7 points
balancing the crystal ball on a per game
to Fort White
denuded drumstick. Tuesday ,Alabama Is the only contender
night. ,
still active, but the Tide could
Thursday The Indians were led by Bobby i keep the title in the Southeastern '6g CWoU Impata Sport Coepe
Godwin's 17 points while I Conference by limiting Auburn -
Alabama over Auburn: Neither Wayne Snellgrove had a dozen.
to three points or less on
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The B game went to Fort Howard Twllley'a catching, has
finale. Alabama has the White by a 30-23 margin.
greater number of reserves Bell beat Plnetta last weekend I I IRONWOODGOLF
plus the stingiest defense. 50-45 as Strickland hit 17;' .
CLUB i ,
Texas over Texas A&M: Because points, Bobby Smith 12; and
Tommy Noble and Ernie Wayne Williams, 10. The other OPENING NOV. 28th
Koy play for Texas. setback was to Lee, 7145. Smith N.W. 39th AM.M .
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Tulsa over Wichita: Jerry
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GetsProbation In Bank Discount Rate UF VICE PRES.. ADDRESSES BANQUET

Windsor KillingTen Hiked in SoutheastATLANTA Alachua Families

years' probation was ordered Tap Farm-City

today for a Windsor woman (AP) The bank The chairman of the board ol
who admitted killing a discount rate for the Southeast the Trust Company of Georgia -

neighbor. goes up from 3tt to 4 per cent George S. Craft, reported that t By BOB MEEKER said. "Collectivization of farm tends the children's produce] Still another 35 student! at ocratlc Committeeman. .
Sentenced was Mrs. Caretha today. banks had yet to respond with San Staff Writer production is their most Unsuccessful -market during school hours "'dl Hawthorne Is daughter Lola. Daughter Anne Is a 18 year-

Armstrong, 55, a Negro. The Increase was ordered prime rate Increases, which An estimated audience of JtK I program." Is the family seamstress a a d' She Is In the seventh grade a old Junior at Gainesville High

She was accused of shooting Tuesday by the executive com- would raise borrowing costs and persons heard University of I, Philpott said the Soviet Union bookkeeper. member of the band and of the School. She has been In Girl I

Zack Bridges, a dairy worker, mittee of the Atlanta F e drral possibly lower borrowing enthu Florida vice President Harry will never solve its agriculture DeWaync, the eldest B r own I Junior Beta Club. She has beena Scouts for four years In the
while Bridge and her husband ilasm farms In Orange Heights 4-H'er for three years and Kanapaha 4 H Club for six
Reserve Bank. It was approvedby M. Phllpott contrast Soviet ag problems until the element of son,
Butler, were fighting front of the Federal Reserve Board He agreed with riculture with that of the United free enterprise again takes with his father. He la a graduate has woa trips to 4 H camp years.
tile Bridges home June 13. in Washington a day after the ta bankers that other Allan States at the Annual Farm-. over. He cited the recent takeOver of Hawthorne High School and was a dress review winner Anne has served aa historian

Circuit. Judge George L. Pat board applied similar IncreasesIn higher Interest newly allowed City Banquet In Gainesv I I II I e' by Brezhnev and the decision where he was a member of the last year at 4 H AchievementDay. secretarlh- treasurer, .delegateand
ten, Starke, sitting In the Circuit five other federal reserve .savings and rates time on Individual yesterday by the new Soviet leader Beta Club, FFA and the FFA She has studied piano for president her 4 H Club

Court in Gainesville, Imposed districts. There are 11 such districts unlikely In the depositsare Philpott spoke at the banquet to expand the private plot swine and beef cattle. Judg I n g two years. and has received county medalsIn
near future. dwellers the food and public speaking She
the sentence. In the nation. I honoring the farm family o f'acreage of individual farmers team. Although city :
Mrs. bad been He warned that as 4 H leader for Strickland family is equally at was girl's district winner In pub.
Armstrong indicted Atlanta bankers said the un- rates on Ralph Brown, Hawthorne, am: He said it was a step In the He was a
for first degree murder expectedly large increase in the, time deposits increase, the pressure -the city family of James B right direction towards creating three years and was active In home on the agriculture scene lIe speaking and a delegate to

by the grand Jury. She pleaded British bank rat from S to 7 will be on the banks to Strickland, Gainesville, at the a more workable agricultural other 4 H work. Ho is James B. Strickland born in the first Joint conference held

Innocent Sept IS, then entered a per cent Monday left this country raise lending rates possibly Gainesville office of the Florida system. to the former Sandra married. Phil Campbell, Alabama, holds at the University of Florida. for

:plea of guilty to manslaughter : no alternative. The U. S. In a few weeks or months Farm Bureau last night Concerning the farm and city and has a daughter B.S. and M.S. degrees from Auburn 4 H Youth.
Oct 27. The Most old.Reggie University and has been Son Tommy Is nine years old
i on plea was accepted Increase Is aimed at halting a bankers agreed, how 'amilies In Alachua months
collective farm County
Citing he
by the state possible How of capital overseas -ever, that for the time being a Brown la 17 years old with the United States Department and In the fourth grade at Idly.
had visited! while on a tour ol f Philpott pointed out a rec e n t
.A pre sentence Investigationwas in search of higher returns the higher discount; rate prob- and has been a 4 H member of Agriculture since 1950. wild Elementary School wherehe
I Russia with of wealth, conducted by
of educe
ordered at that time. ably would have little a group survey for seven He was awarded He Is presently director of the Is a member of the Cub
Treasury Secretary' Douglas I economic tros, Philpott said the 6,000 a New York firm In which the years
James Tomllnson was her attorney Dillon said the Increase was' impact In the Southeast. number of families above Best Cabin Leader In the Mastitis Control Section of the Scouts.
'I acre farm required the services, a
aimed at maintaining "the I The Atlanta Federal Reserve of 1,500 farm laborers to ., given financial level was about junior division at the 1964 wildlife Division of Animal Husbandry,
The case was one of several strength of the dollar without District covers Georgia, Alabama the production quota, equal between the city and rural camp. He Is a member 01 Florida Department of Agriculture. Plane Hit
dozen which before State Poultry Judging I He is a Cub Scout pro-
came Impairing the steady and Florida South Louisiana, set by the Communist Party populations. the
Patten today In plea day JUdg'j healthy advance of the American South Mississippi, and the east-- Is Team and attended the 1963 4-H moter for his community.
Rus.iia'igreatest f I "There Is no line between the
born In Tree InCrasb
aentenclng procedings. In Chicago. Mrs. Strickland,
economy. ern two thirds of Tennessee
problem the educator city and the county, P II I lpott .
Reggie maintains all average Phil Campbell is a trustee a
said "We are economically, as a senior at Hawthorne member of the Women of the

spiritually"and socially one with High School and is a member Church and a Bible S c boo I Here

BUSINESS MARKET --"- the other. of the Beta Club, Student Council teacher at the Kanapaha Presbyterian '
I I I ;< Introduced by 0 M. D a via, Annual Staff and Is a drummer Church In Gainesville. The plane crash which killed

I .' V. RirORTReaders' t /" ; chairman of the Alachua County In the school band Reggie She li a PTA member and past 34 )'ear.old Alma Leonard

\ .' REVIEW ..1) 1 Commission and master of- ana his brother DeWayne originated assistant leader of her to c a I Dykes of Gainesville Monday

n -=+ U: J =r: ceremonles! for the affair, the 12 a roadside produce mar Girl Scout Troup. She serves as night was caused when the

members of the farm and city ekt, which has grown into a treasurer of the Kanahapa plane struck the top of a 50-

families comprised a group family business. Reggie will Home Demonstration Club. foot pine tree while attempting

steeped in education and agriculture. enter the University of Florida Faye the eldest Strick land a landing, the Alachua County

I next September. He hopes to bea daughter, graduated from Sheriff's Department reported
Ralph Brown was born in lawyer. today.
Dow Gainesville High School In 1959
Jones Stock
Request Averages i fan-It bland and gradua tad Roy Brown Is also a 3.5 student and received her B.A. In education Sheriff's deputies, assisting I
from Hawthorne School I la In the
High He
at Hawthorne. of FlorIda Federal Aviation Authority officials i'
Previous Day | 2nd Hour I where he was on the basketball eighth grade and a member of at the University She Is married to in the crash investigation

Tftt tollowlnfl Mr** ....iflm .... 88761 | 30 Indust | up 003 earn for four years. He was a the marching band and Junior In 1962. Cake and I Is said Dykes, pilot of the light
rqut4 ttMcifkniy by noxftrt ft m Wm. H. (Billy)
nun IlnMtl.r.p,, T"1"- 211.a I 20 Rails f up OU member of the school's FFA Beta Club. He la a member of I at Uttlewood plane, apparently was attempt
/umn.e, w STOCK LISTINGSPierce chapter, a 4 H member and the Orange Heights 4 H Club'first grade teacher to beneath
I ing stay a heavy fogbank
154.58 I 15 Utli. I off 021 attended camp under U. S. Rep. and is on the Alachua County Elementary School.
when he brushed the
,WulbernMurphey 312.31 | 69 Stocks | up 0.09 Billy Mathews, who was then poultry judging team. He placed Fays is a member of the Lit-

Billy Matthews, 4 H leader. 1 sixth In the Stall Poultry tlewood PTA Alachua cr A. tree.The
NEW YORK Texas UUJ __._ 1.20 13'% Income of Bostonncorporated 1.74 8,090,0001 I.I.Volume 11,330,000 Brown is a full time farmer contest this FEA and NEA. She Is adu l 11 plane was approtchtn
STOCK EXCHANGE Textron ____ 1.40 4O% Inc 1.99 and raises strawberries, water-, judging year. helper to Kampala Girls 4. H Stengle' Field west of Gainesville

Abbott Lab .. 2.40 431/ Tidewater __ 3354Trana Keystone K 2 1.83 melon, pecans corn and vegetables Club and 4 H sponsor at Little- near ITS when the crash

Allied Chem _.. 1.80 52% W A 10'% Keystone S 1 --.-... 17.2:1: In addition to cattle and Gas StationIs wood. While In 4. H, Faye erred -: occurred according to Sherif

Ameradl Pt .._._ 2.00 18% Union Pac _. uOa ,M04 Keystone S 4 __,.. 1.31 N. Y. Listing chickens. He is a member of as president of her local club Joe Crevasse.

Am Elc Pow .,.?,._ 1.I8b 4455 Und AIr L _....__ I.lOb II Life Investors .,...._._... 10.24 the Farm Bureau. Held UpA and vice president and secretary James C. Davis, 26, the lon

Amer Enb ,?... .....1.40a 70% Upjohn ,._-.1: 1.00 1104 :Lift Stock Fund __._ 7.88 Late Mrs. Lola Mae Brown was of the 4 H CounrlL passenger In the plane, was In
Amer Hone _.._ U4a 17 Jim Walter __ 24% I foil Inv Stock -<.--' 17.47 Morning born In Orange Heights and knife wielding Negro man Jack Strickland, the eldestIs good condition at the University

Amer M J'dy ..__ ,.10 IS% War Lamb. ,,..._ .70 3104Worthintn I itass Inv Growth .. .1.22 graduated from Melrose High held up the Super Test Service 21 and has been a 4 H of Florida Health Center today

Armco Stl a.oo It _.:..... 1.50 13% I Pioneer Fund _.. 10.42 AlllaChal. ilHIntPap S4H chool. She attended Mai sey's Station, 528 NW 8th Ave., early member for nine years winning and "coming along v e r v

I. Arch Topka UOa J3% Xerox _.. .._ 104 I Puritan Fund '.15 Alcoa 82H Jones&L TJ'4 Business College In Jack 0 n- this morning escaping with ,numerous state awards. He was well" In recovery from Injurieshe
Baxter Lab .31 ZI Zenith _..1..._ uOa 17" I Putnam Growth _. 11.41 AmAlr 46 KalsAl 3014 about $25 In cash, city police on the winning state meat JudgIng sustained In the accident.

Beckman In ..-,-,.. 72%' OVER THE COUNTER TV ft Elec: .__ 1.19 AmCan 43 Ken'cott 97 ville.Mrs.. Brown has served al reported. team state livestock J u d,.

Beech U 8 ........, ._ 1.10 51'% NSW VOUK (AOl, TIM tollmlnt, b.. ,Value LIne Inc. ...._......._ 1"88 AmCyan 65% Llg&My 38 president of the Orange Heights: The station attendant said his Ing team, which Judged in Chicago Blame SRD
Bristol My ......._", .80 15% .*. .HM nllllont "UWMM .by Ih, Wellington Fund .._._. 15.84 AmMot 14V4 Lorillard 44% Home Demonstration Club and assailant was 21 or 22 years old and the state land JudgIng .
Brawn Shoe _..._ 3.40 109 NMteMI "....1.11.. II .....,,,In 0..I AT&T 66Y4 Mag'vox 3JH Coun- about I tand 150 to 1M its trip to Oklahoma .
..r.n .* to not ".,_ ..,.. IrantKtlm :NYSE! MOST ACTIVE STOCKS treasurer of the Alachua 1 team on
tut ir. .KM NASD AmTob 34Vi MM&M 58% He wearing a light- For 8th Ave.
Brunswick lyeCambell ... .... i miimmr ty HDA Council. She la a mom pounds as .
r vimM wftltli" HUM Mcurl.CMH Vol. '
S = : 2.40 34'. Iin ftivt kMI Ml* lute M Comp. Clone Changes AmpxCp 15V4 Mohasco IWt ber of the Orange Heights Baptist colored raincoat T-shirt and Jack was stale 4 H public
Carter Pdt 1.001 IS'% _4 (MMlAllco 103,200 Com Sat Cp 48% up % Anaconda 57% Mons'to I3H Church and has taught Sunday dark pants.Police speaking winner and state win

# Caae J 1 _. ...___ 18% Land _..?,??.?,??., ._. 11% 78,600 Wstnghse Elee: 45'(. up % Armour IS* MontWd 41 School. An active member' are. Investigating the ner at the 4 .. H Congress InChicago. Paint JobThe

Cessna Air ....._.._01 1.00 3104 Amer Fidel Life ..?_ 22 60,000 RCA 34% up *k I Babcock 37% NatDair UBethSU of the' Hawthorne PTA, sheInsurance robbery. I ,ne,_ Wall president of

1 Clues Ohio ...._... _.. 4.00 78'4go Amer Heritage .??..?..??... 20''" 57,000 St Paul 35% up 1% 36V4 NatDist 28 the Boy's Slate 4 ..H Club Council next time you drive wen.
.. .. 54,900 Sn Diego Gas 38% off % Boeing! (7% N.AmAv 51 Vj on NW 8th Ave. and find the gong
36 Amer Mat Ins .... ... ...... 1955 and was on the state winning -
B :..c: ,:::..: UOb 43%,Amer Pioneer Life._ .?.. 711. 48,100 Ab Tel A Tel 67'%! up % Borden 78% PepCola 89'% SalesSecrets' Co op !team which loured a bit slow, don't blame

Comb Eng __ 1.20 37'1' Anheuser Busch __ 0144 43,000 Tex Gulf Sul 55% up % Brunawk tVt Penney 69\'4 the University of California Gainesville city officials. You

Comsat Corp ._ 49''% Anodyne ._...__. 4',4 39.500 U S Steel 53'% off! % CaterTr 40'"fc PRR 40'%! Jack was state and international were hemmed In by the State

Cone Mllla _._ .. .80 12\. Citizens Bank -., ,..,., 11 17,900 Min It Ont Ppr 23 off I{4 Celanese 7S<* PhillPet 55 winner hi leadership Road Department which de-

Cont Alrl _..... .40 live Conn Lt & Pow .? MCowles ._ 3844 37.900 Pan Am 30% up H Chrysler 87% RCA 35 at Chicago and the only over cided a little brush work was

Conll Ins ....... _. .. 2.20 13i Msg k Pb .,,. .. .11 16,600 Phlla A Ruing 40'%! up 1'% CocaCola 135 RepStl 43% Told all first place winner In leadership In order to make the street

i Contrl D.ta ,.,,._ 1m Dunn Bridal ._....._ IS 36,100 Madsn Sq Coo 2'. off % ComEd 54'% ReyTob 40 SConEdis in Florida History. Jack at- safer.

I Corn Pdta ....,_ ._ 1.10. IS Florida Gas i-u..m.i....,..,. 1104 35,700 Merrlt Chapmn 11 off % 3Vi Revlon 38% tended: the University of Florida Actually, the paint Job, which
Delta Air .._ 1.10 13% Fla Nat!! Bank -,._ _._ 6404 33,900 Anaconda 87% up 1% ContCan 52V SUing P 31 H Ever wonder how your Insurance agent's efforts to sell you more and served aa a State Dem- Includes double'.trlpl lg In two-

( Det Steel .. ,_ .10 14'1. Fla Tele __ H 13,600 Gen Motors 96 off % DowChe 79 Seaboard',48% agent decides how much Insurance I tone white and yellow down the

Emerson EI ___ 1.00 4204 'ounderi Life _.. 9%" AMER duPont 227V4 Sears 132H Insurance you ought to have? The anser Is, within a month street center and single white

Fair Camera _"_ .501 24% Franklin Life ?,?,??? ..._ 55% ACTIVE STK STOCKS EXCH EAL E.Kodak 39% Sinclair 93% Well, the rule of thumb Is, a either way on the cat e n d a r I Four Suffer strips on both side of the road

Flnln' red __... 37'. Great American ??...._.. .. 1111II 143 Socony MVi man ought to have five timesas from your birthday. When men for parking, may prow 0 k I

Fat Chrtr ...........,".. lilt 25'1' Grolier ___,,,,.. .H,..,..._. 38'1 Volume Clone Change Firestone 43% SouthnC 64 much In life Insurance as his have birthdays, they seem to Minor InjuriesIn danger Instead of promoting I
'at. West. Fin ..., 11'" Gulf Life _..".. ..,... __ 47 56,600 Slanrock Uran I'% up % FlaPiL 83% SperryR 14H" average annual Income. worry twice as hard about the Collision safety
ria E Cst _._._ 15''% flerff Jones ..... ....._ .. 18'%" 49,900 Central Had 1% up % Ford 37% StBrand K% future, and are twice as ea11 The work, apparently stemming
12,500 Cent Develop 4% unch Frmst Da 13H StONJ 92% to sell. Sales also easier if from the hit. and-run
rood Fair .90 23''% Home Ins _.,._ 68u4Kennasaw This Is one of the secrets are
33,400 Chief Consol 3 '. FreptSul 45% Studcbak CH" 1 of friends has A Gainesville woman and her deaths of two Nov
FMC Corp .._. ,_ 1.00 515EFrito Lie._ __. 9% up nsurance, agentry given way one your recently teen-agers
26,700 Lodge Ship IS unch FruehTr 12% Swift 5H\ here Hoc he, 'three young children sufferedminor 15, reportedly was done underan
Lay _. 40'1.Gn Life of Fla __ ,.. ??.?. 8'% Friday by Philip died.Wonder
GenDyn 37% Texaco 90% how long It would takea injuries Tuesday afternoon with the state and
Tele ____ .81 364. Lowes Company ,__ .. 20'4 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS vice president of the National agreement
CenEI 12%" Thiokol 13 I Life Underwriters. Assn reliable company to a In a three car collla I o a city which allows the SRD to
Ga Plcll _.._ 1.IOb! 5804Getty Mllgo Electron ,..ra., ._ i4 Purchases ... KJ,149 CenFds pay ,
? ??? 84% UCarb 132V443V near the Intersection of NW 16th
claim maintenance
Oil .._.....,.._ 28'1. Mort Guaranty Ins ....._ 24' If your wife suddenly had handle 8th Ave
log Short Sales ..,,,.,? ??.... 4,488 GenMills UnitAlrc 604 Hoche, Winter Park Insurance Ave. and 9th St. the
1 collect life? the didn't
Grace Co ,..,..._.... l.00b 17""% Pacific Sw Air _..... 32% Other Sales 418,171 CenMtri 17% UnFruit agent, said that like any rule of to on your Mrs Jane S. But city request
18% Well, Hoche d Murphy Timehy W. W. Howell of the
a o ; job. Capt
.Hel Curtis __ .SO 17'1' SchliU Brew ,_ _...._ 4504 Total Sales ???,. .-m,. __.. 414,859 Goodyr 46% USSteel 54 thumb, the general approach company says can have a settlement g Murphy, 4, Michael Murphy, Gainesville) police department.IWho' ,
I13... __ 500 419tint Secur Life & Tr __ II has to be adapted to the particular -
Southern Nitro .. PREVIOUS DA Y'II'J'OCK Greyhnd 23% UnlvMat 14% to her hands In a coup!. of I, and Christopher Murphy, 7, in charge of city street
Mln C UOa 40 -- 11'4 needs of an individualHe
Gulf Oil 62% WestgEl 41 were treated and released after
MARKET days, from the time proof of ,traffic marking says the new
Tele .. .__ 1.00 10'1. Tr.veler.lnl ......41'4 ,
IntHarrIntNIck 88 spoke to the North Central -
Advances .,,, % WJnnDU 39'% death is furnished. Some large their car, driven by Mrs. Murphy paint Job will do nothing more
Kellogg. __ .80a 5104 Universal Cigar ...,..._ .,. K '" ? ,,,?, 428 66 Florida association at the
Union Security 4 Inv 10 Daslinea _- .. 71Unchanged % Woolwth 30Merchants firms win settle a smaller\ claim struck another vehicle in than slow traffic! : and crate -
Lehman 1.341 11%
Cp Inn.
....,.,...,..,, 2:1.: I Holiday at local offices on the spot.Hoche. the rear, shoving !It into the a bottleneck.
Litton In ......_ usr 73'4Lon. I
AMERICAN STOCK Total Issues Ever get a telephone call froman who started telling I rear of another auto. "The state has taken the
S Cm ..__,. 100 2104 1,401 Ass'uElects
DCHANGEAarljet. New 1M344 Highs _. 17 agent you didn't know, and life Insurance 33 years ago, said Driven ef the other cars In- road over for maintenance.There's .
Mush rid "._' 1.1I0 1514 New 196144 { wonder how he got your name! service to clients Is quicker and volved! were Betty C. Williams nothing we can do
Merlin M __ 1.00 II' Gea .. ..,._. 185. Lows --, 29 '
OfficersThe Welt answer is
I one your surer than when be started, 629 NW 40th Ter, who also was about tt. We can Just request
McG Hill .1Oa 31% Anatex Corp .. .....: n, :,
'"' -- I friends If they happen also even though the problems of Insurance injured slightly and George McKinney them to change tt back," he
Mead Corp .__ 1.70 1014M.rkd Aqua Chem mmm IS I CommunistVote Downtown Merchants As.wclation 'I'be friends of the Insurance have grown more com- 431 NW 33rd Ave, who admitted.

_.. 3.fOe( 484Nall Aurora Plastics ,. _-__ 21" Tuesday night elected agent. Another method might i escaped! Injury. Capt. Howell said bo already!

Alrl _. ? .10 13'. Barnes Engineer ..._ 21% Jim Wunderllrh to head the organization be that your name was In the plex.Nationally, he said the average Seat belts were Installed In has filed the request and SRD

N Y Centl .log 50% Butler Shoe .-..,. ... .. 11"1' Rises during 196m ,paper a new baby or a promotion family carries about $!!,. the Williams vehicle, but officials have promised to "re-
Nia M Pow 200 SS'lio' Chromaloy ,. ... '
? means a higher 000 worth of Insurance la this weren't la use. Total damagewas check" their work.
'Norlolk W 100 142'' Cinerama ........ _" '" 441 Other new officers chosen bv income I I'I area of Florida, the of
average apparently official .h charge
No Ind P S... UI '1\4 Computer Sd ._..... ... In Italy chided Joe Alum, vice president ''I Want to'know when you are Is somewhere around Police cited Mrs. Murphy for street The SRD painting was unavailable
No Nat Gas _..180 Silt Cutter Labs A .? and Asa Cox treasurer! most likely to say "yes" to an |7.009 totf.600. careless driving. for comment today.

Olin Math ... 120 421t Data Control -..., _. 594
Owens n C .250 10"% Fulton Inds _. .__ "._ 10l. O) Nrui }fork Ilmra --- -- ---- -

Pie a E .... 100 35 Gen Develop ... .__ 4li By PAIL HOFMANN: .

Pac Ltlnl .., 2.40 32% Mackey Airlines .. ... 65 ROME Complete return

Pac T T 1.20 30.- Mead Johnson ........ .." ..... 16% of the provincial elections Inmost 1

Pan Amer A. 1.20 ::10'. Pac Nw Tele ....... ..".." .. .. 22" of Italy Sunday and Monday -

Plrke Dn 1.00 28'. Philips Elec ... ... ....... ... 43 showed a 1 S per cent Increase .
P.nnzoll .. 200 43''% Redwing Carrier __ 10% In Communist votes IS It's"Time to Talk Turkey

Pfizer ...... .' .80a 43% Rlc Group _.. ,. a compared with parliamentary
PIlei"" Dg .. 390 75Pnleroid % Sperry R Win 604" elections bt April of last rear.1taJy'a .I, x1.3

"' .20 111 Syntex ___ .. 14. Communist Party, the '.< I

Pub Sv E G 280.4"4 Tampa Elec ....,, _,.,_... 21 strongest In the West, was jubilant -

Pure 011 .. 110 I51tR.yonler Tech \Means ___?. IN Tuesday.
100 42141Jt.ull Twa Wts _-. .17th Lttolta. the party newspaper Mr. Tukey ,
said that the Communist vic' Hager
Sob 511'Rtyn Valapar 1
ltIetJ .50 331t tory brought about by tot b .1' Thanksgiving Is many things\ [and unpalatable. Pardon my subject wasnt easy but Hagerdid ,too tough to eat. Besides if big forget all this gobbledygook
Rich Mm 1110 II'. MUTUAL FUNDS most active part of the people-,to many people. It's a day of pun, but we turkeys are getting) It by asking him about! biaduties 1he1""" me. every union and get up a fund raising

R C Coil". _.. 120 18'\: Affiliated Fund _. 904 heralded the breakdown ef the. [hanks and a day of relaxation real fowl deal" he fumed, his as Turksters Union boss ,member hi the south would be I drive for the SPOT (Societyfor
when Mom la
Roy Dutch 1.731 45"St.rle Capital Life It Gr ......"..." 9 95 of present Premier center Aldo left government: And it's!herself a day in the kitchen out.does At "1 think reddening this while bit startled L "Well. It's mostly an educational : picketing..And you hartal lien the Prevention of Cruelty

c..t ... "to 13'K, Divers Growth .... ...._?...m. 10 45 Moro i tables the Job. Every year we print pickets until you've seen my to Turkeys), or start a rumor
Singer ... 1110 14 x1, Dividend\ Shares .................. IPDreyfus Government spake men most dinner old Tom premier. ben Ilea Franklin rouldn't1.1t ia handbills warning the local! boys to actioa. The lobe alone'that turkey meat U prone to

.Smlh Kin .. UCla 06 04 I ._ -...._."........_...... 214'' though.left subdued said that th* guest Is wondered good II TurkeyWe the{ us In u the national bird birds to take ta the tretw and,would break your eardrums,-'fall out eofltamhatioa." be
center policy had not beta perhaps From then on, things got badH ,ha warned
Sou ell Ed I OS suggested
37"f1 I Fidelity Capit 11.13I stay there two weeks before
St Oil Cal... 1110 71%I Fidelity Fund 18 II significantly weakened. The honored dinner guest night people would have listened to Day I dont' know how 'T'I. "Yes. Fm safe. But it.. That brought us to our final
Ind government Is based on a coalihoa have a somewhat different outlook Boa tty ,might bo carving : JOI we have to What do turkeys eat
St Oil 2 GOb 439 I Fidelity Trend 20"21 berwwi Thanksgiving we sent .. dYe our verb Is, but age protect'. question.
..... Mora's Christian on + eagles now instead of us ho ) Thanksgiving dinner? "Boy.we .
Start Drug "IS 29'1, Fund tal Invest ". 11.71I' Democrats Bull Hager Into the managed to save a few I for
Vice Premier Pie- Sun reporter lItmlWd. Our quirk .
i thinking reporter donl eat We Just sit there
I Of course "I
I tN Nennl's ten-wing socialists Alachua County woods for anon "Of course we Dvo big for guess. with chuckled. This aounda like a and sweat. Wild< quipped.

I and two moderately kftiit par the spot Interview with i awhile. The best food p f 111II hunters you've got ", good moral to the turkey's di "And that reminds mo son,
NEW YOlK TIMES MARKET AVEUGES. NOV. 241, Wilde R. Turkey, elder statesman accommodations, etc. You know even humans areiil safe Ia the lemma would be late
"yotti for a
ties.Of flyr
I added. wll be rYe got to
Ie' Mew W.. more than and local Twisters faun'the woods, be '
25 real red
mjlllon wtes carpet treatment served, frequently Muffed with meeting of the SATO (Soil th
High Lee eso. Net Chg.2S 'I cast In 74 of Italy's q pr'O1Dreafor Bead. Then they pun the rug oil Wilde dxfrl appear to* apex 'ch estnYta'." Atlantic Turkey Organization
Reile US 01 UU' 1..25 Oft 1,1. the renewal of The polished old veteran was'from under Believe about his own chances
repmrntatlv I us. me boy. of endIng I "Yog might as w'lI tile don overeat
forget And by way
2S 114 i4 901.51 91o.U Off ..1150Stoeb councils In these administrative I quick to wrest control the the fatted calf had nothing on up en the carving board n that nee, lOlL James Thurber Thanksgiving.The .

L 519." 511.21 511.11 .50 'I! divISIOns, the Communist -' 'nterview. Toll whole practice,us.* he snapped, I be was asked why. -WVa Jell. 'already used H," Wilde rrpi,"-oo life yw save could be

share was a per cent II unethical nnconsUtutlonal! Getting Wilde to clan-Iht,gel I* be my all hey ,.. ..1|:"H Vat went to fe adneehing-tse e1 sty odWoman -'

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CLASSIFICATIONINDEX ,752 I LOST ft FOUND I I6-W. Wti.*4 F...1. I II LOTS FOR I -;;-thuMM -rW- Sits

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j ERE oc"bo. 35 Y .115 15 t5. .ICY 10loo. NW _. W... Pcl.Wn MclMW. 15..... "' / .ut. ".....,... 55 oN Isla nu54.
1 /hi t .. 114' tsnsl45f I lay .554 I.' > wII Mvaa) ",. Rar *Mrlunlty.c '",m.."...
: % r LOST MY OOO H* k R cock Coot 211111. MYi." MflMe05' Sly vator. AIM lir. <........ 308.110.
or n nMIrirtir.*.. H. U *)... I Ma M waia RMJ _
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ANNOUNCEMENTS I am t I '" mamMnlilp, 1500 dn ,
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THIS WEEK'S ThM. .. T* to* f PORTRAITSPRAWN 111" 055.. Au's, PS ..,.., IM K m. IMO ., II ),..-. Will (1051,_ 1545
SPOTLIGHT IS ON { PRAWN anal omamad. tor tlN Iv >oOOI.It kMtmr and ftattlna. $0. c.,. 5..M 11.111'' M ....

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TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE MCottMM rar miII 57 15 penal Par LMronor and 5.150'. "rvar. |,I4 m. PI ... RtALTOH
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Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms New-Pick up extra caih Person to person ads ort for non commercial users idling mtrehandii priced

10 1 BAYS' 4 LINES $3 or bring$100 quicker or 'less action with the telling price stated in the ad. No additional cOIn for ads that rtqirira the full 10 days No refunds for ads. that

DIAL 378-1411 A Courteous AdVisor Will Help You Word Your .Ad.

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THE TIMEIS $250 Down BEST BUY BLACK ACRES"". FACU WANTED ;U ,. 100 a',.. Ado 011. IPypd. 205. A........... I or 11 ACi5S AtInscIlos Hom..' HOMES fOR SAl .
WIth or wllhou' ou... Willis toys, I 'lakM banns and cablm IN mIN, w" of 11..1.. I&Ob.dlocvooslottp.
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$46.50 Mo.Locaiad Ml monthly' paym.nlssbrrnlolDatte CIsan I ""' ,......, t baIt homo; I itory, 4 bedroom 21 mInd' of ."_iII.. null 376.VT2 In Alachua Co Only ill of p.vd road Drywoodi CIty pIns, Hh Av*. Imall down Hvm.nlmonthly
SlIt hardwood tloorl. 11000 dow' On large lot hiDeilrawa ? st wIt', 527 NW Wll Avt. POROYCI a ASSOCIATIi INC. 11,100 an acr* with' tarmil 1 payment U7 t. >
poitir .hoo'In dinIng rosIn
NOW. nMr ItiphM Ind. loSIng coif and 6,15,41SIlO Plnl" area SSALTORP24

tot I ,NW_Mellon-oik crll. block 'conitructl 10.... ..n.IL.. 100 two li porchat IN lot "'....C..IIon''nct. laeol b 172-062.Inu"nco.1d9w" or. Far andConvanlanl living' 19 Out .r Tm P.rtyF W. Unlv. 37"231' Call,on.Dick.. Roblnatn""or.' ,It W RALPH UnIv.Ave. win AIM no Damn down bunt payment en year, PIt M

l>. *l 724 NW a4tn Plica oil sill NW. lIlt llroatCdll 31"Y04INVESTMENT Call' Sirs. Caroline FOR SAIl 'V OWNI" 44 Ens.altls 17"11I.' PR 5.4500.
Noyel .
"OUS" I 'DUm' W pw.h.en .
PR 4-247>.warnar W. Waiam... 1715WIGlorfyi 372.7272Glndyi .. ..... 1.11 Improved Ia.He
Do You /oIOV IN
Hove I toneld .
6ao I.nd. 5 .. 4 ActS tract dlolnlng' with
both, 1-11
Raaltor nil N. Main It ..... ., .. roomi aId Now CCI t .....
N. Old Call 5.610cm. .
Smith, R.altorIB Smith R.ollor TownS barn "oa. ihaltar" ill high UMMeed mill noma. Land Idoal, for building lOS
A RoomsApartment ONLY I MIN from downtown 1M W Unlvarilty' AvoKrwnrd Corns lot l 22. w. unlvenlty' A... __Croit Cltv. 012027, shIn '10114. at wIly III.050wllh a flna country ailalaIt home....Low down.._,. Lacet
N lilll TerrMcCoy
Unly.' .> awnw I IR, I baIt 13000 ad
4 bee t baths down Phon. tg.\ut\ Acm, pavad road, Wait of
an I A. lot Kl'lo. t itova. pcniia : OUTSIDe clIp 11,115. 2 .it CCS. ......"., tuilnonmi CALL Ul If. you ore looking for 40 luimoil Poopottia.BUSINESSO1'. 00111056405' lullderodry
: e now homo thef I
phd 115000 110 if m parch, p.tli. llr.I li dlflinnt 130 ACRI farm. on hnviy 71 fight' Co Ovliia fin VeTltoIllollt
or ,.. In nr *
11500 dn IVi' ptr ..., nl.ri. 0 pit 1370 NW 55th! II, Nrw.carry N W. oil With "". bedroom.. I HIM" "',," N. of LoSe City GoOd Ml, 140 acm Kama lulldart .IMH call 37450HM '
... at 462$ IW 21rd ... (loll Will. Rd. .t ...11I..' Ncw.ry.OOllwndlwc..t.naI. 171.1313 wood floore, built-in; kIloton, cy I .... 'Ilka, 70 ..,.. In cam, Uvabia about" ma land Alia his bull
House to Rent? htan Rd I. Contact awnar coMlct PIooi p.neIAg iltlttOti, tamdy U ecru In I in COLORED RENTALS
C ou' or .II J''''' '. ZONIO BA-ITJM lost fowlIng anN timber, lalanco Inpeirure "Ico on todoy
Maltland '"-..... Gladys Smith Real'o ,... and laIl Un''.. PO 2-0:121.: w lIlt firMl lOS tail ,Indipih greii. Price OIlS par. I noN palantlil.

SAY NOW AND WORK u'i"THi" I ,"n_ lid.. shb onillei I 221 W. Un"II, 1 A... 1111 NW SOt St. au..homo In location: In 1500 Mockion acra. Tenant hot,.. u moon AppVY'acr- Meonl.r, SIlt.l NOW RENTING.
REMEMBER- outilo wait Park, 1350 to SAl. I In lino ",.... 3 "oanoll.. MOIl ,Ietu. COLOR ID ultra modm t M dUo
down AOX.
DOWN PAYMINTKomal 01 clOy ""' ".. 911,110 ""00<'. NEAR SCHOOL. 1 BR I hAt Cly and <71 par acm .Ma" for building ranlal unit' ,
SM on tMvlly woodad loll .torno no clown .o.on' Ills' "0. me, or will rant for M parme block, of NW 45th Av.. PrOof 'IQU' sellIng In this ..... SlAt' MOaLER REAL fOR plt apartment largo living" and
ARI VOU MOVING TO OCALA low ta Mil Por / .. land "broad ole On.nlwblr' Ink.. MARY 4111,5 i5. slodsng 111431501 witH'
Phone full
? PR 1-0351 quick.
tow Iwdor cweiInaltl5 111w.and ow..,. Call PR 4-.471. piliuiian : a-4471 .
A rental vacancy 3ciia owrur being troniferrid t* callUniversity 115000 down ", ,. Dan 0.soii.00gw loll W. Un''.. Avo. PR Is,. ianOO ..,_ Sin..
.nII 565
four bad'torn 5 Cilnnvlll, will Mil,I or trade MARY MOELLER. REALTOR HUGS family room., 1 IR. I balh, Son 141, wtllla Ipruni, to ._. OIls .baWl. .05oS Itnot
...h.. 'Incudlng brick front .0'lonials thle lovely I bMroam, I Iliad lOll W. Unly ...... FR 4.<47I' fmced back yard, corner lot con, Fll or Mil Tom Davli I 1500277.'hiabI er end not water heater faclllIIM
COSTS YOU In Wnlwood ..,.".. 41 Colored Properly
MORE ; : hut, 1.. Realty
Will to Khooli. All city .. ,... pilhroom Cl hom.. largo llv.Ing OCALA block, I IR. I Mtn lr|, ,pill aIr coed* .pool mam.birihlp City. end
... .. N W. Win Drlvl and N Wtllh I room. built.In .,..,,1. itev* opM....m colllno """.'od 0'n.In. dIva' .,...drapery..,, ...n,rod extra, builtIn Ifl" 1111 N. Malls, It ,h. 3714351 LOn Ter :":Et"Ll::: OlIN
than the and In
ad that .n kllchm Ipacloui n lIla ,
,.... *. .ml'' room wll W. M Munroo Railtor. .
CHI 171 fM5 ,
dally or dining' ..... Plorlde rig,,. C... IK., 'Ir. foncod bank yard pen mo' FR 1-4717, 1304 Nl inn ADVERTISE IN THE I I' Intereited In buying atver.nil inn ft' 2mi2,
J74.t04l nlgnti. ___ trod all hut 120 I It! fl. al el IllS right pric*. CallCOMPARE M -
will .u'lo bulll.ln kll"' ''. 171 Jan or u* GOOD BUY SERVICE DIRECTORY
rent It'! fully l ndic.p>ii lot Chain 172m.. 45 furm.h.J A....
SPACIOUS link fnc.d back yard. Prlca, illS __ II LOOK II 130 > ISO toned R.P Won. -- -- -
Wilt 114,001 will buy I .tar I .1
111,5110 Contact Leo dorMS opportunity for nlc*
Only Welch.pnl
You ought la wo thIs 'larga 4 RR, bilh home with study, cent tint rooming, .MUM good 'InvertRiant 2 BR FURNAPT'MO
I H.r. what you t bur hgmi 'In Plorldi Park. for delalli' PIlOtS 427. MIn a A.Cl beautifully, palSIed Ir for builneu' property 111Unlv MO. cm PR nut
3114 DAY OR '
iMullful landicipad 'lot 147X110Lov NIGHT SOS wllh' flrtplacr A built In bookMWIVIII Av.. H 'Imereitoo call nor I P.MNIAR .
COSTS ."ly nilohborhood' 0... 1200 INC JOY kitchen equipped wllh _Nor"!e dtlepe, 17a-5JOI.
vacancy P 0. lo. 'IOU, 0 .,.. I9PICIINCY' lIt... b4ttlIlitilItlis
... ft. living ..... prlcad' t* Mil < ,In thll centrll heal 1 IR, f baIt elove, dlaooial and mod pantryi ---- SolSIhid .
"-'CI.-' Call 372"351"" Appt" bMulllul woodad let In Mown largo bra A clout, 2200 tI. "COOl 500
YOU EVERY -FRE on OIl. 41 Farmi flr Acre.., 2.10 wb or 544 ",.. 572A4aI
DAY FURNISHED Mind Good financing' Immodlati Ou".ndlnt ,.nd.'n."OO' II VALUES Ion 'inlinm.tino. .11., s M.
occupancy! .low down payPLORIOA tm 101 nair KnooilFORDYCI THESE HOME
until It It rented A small dons. paymalIt will "'... ARNOLD ",.nt. & A1SOCIATCI' INC.RtALTOR --.B ACRErLocited 551000056 dU"... Sos II 100so
: you In'. tItle nail I IR, I baIt, BEFORE YOU BUY ott II. 042 pir 1110. Ploys
NW of Oolneivlll.' .
CS lreti ''n .wianlant N' ,I.c.. REALTOR i PARK I t4 W. Unlv :J7H7M Plantod PS .01621.

flan I" ,n''_. I IR I bath Ocaia Hock NW bank plme' with' on innual 130 ocrei In. toll CAMPUS I IR ,.. .
payment at du. .perl.menf.
'"1tML7 1500 5415 DOWN 10th A... TOO MUCH TOSITHIRNf? 11574 for I more ,..,.. Ill ..," SAVE! Ito .... Married, eeupirl,
COST DrIns by '00 N'. I2nd Avon,.. I swellS. Pretty homoUliPrlctd only No'1'.11/ Mr PR
I Of tiny bMroomi, I lor III'"
IS: PER DAY IS: 561.05 itt. ..,." ., or tIll'. Ott5.. HtUt MITCALPt no HIpice at only Hal par a i r a. 6.5405.
It 1106 n.... m.nltly 11 y nntntihow ,. SItS 1 ,0.Idsnc., Cenwi00n1p1015 IR I bath, Cl cantril I 115.1.Lbs. OPM clOMtir. Thll liroi, Ftp detailS callUniversity I
...... .110_tban_ lIt .115. you will F5.Di. r.lri." .... new Very low down ...,. hmdwne, two Itorlid fremeMOIIM NEWLY DECORATED APIS. CM.1gw .
t J per me. .. $1.. per diy mi srI.. 500,00MSlInrnOffi tel. l'.lern.llC ..,oIIw....'. dl. Aiorns mortgagai nd qoaIllyln5.SOOTH ,,excillmtly la meant built and meln.t.lnad Realty BUY YOUR NEW HOME ."' .....,. and cou.11O wItlo
5616. Only 210 down ,HA. ...., and .It .dlll.'n'' loll.P11W Pour for a family nil M MaIn' it Ph an 4111W III' ChIlden ,.,...... CoIl N_
budroome IJX -
NO .. WS1' i ..,'" Q2.2"1 a, 472-2111.
per m* II M aor diy uaiili.d buyar cmCMM PlOt. cadar.Iliwd cloieti. 1 mode* N Munroa, R..itor
with I* par cant ''n'"..' N,. U 01 Pla and Mod Con'''. Ilk.iwo. 'lied bolt, FURNISHED APT. FOR RINtMr
HI "' me. ., Ill por diy UNIVERSITYREALTY with monthly' payiiproad .....,. 1 BR 1 baIt, Cl PllIUSINEII room >7' X powder 15' with room Living HOME & GROVE AND SAVE YOUR duly Air conditioned
ovir w .,.. Sm.. 'Od" Ill t.n.t. Call U. 60 :-:1': : ;
y. Parfoclcdnaillon Mparit* dining' room 14' X Ularga '. .halting, utllltlee fur*
19 per ..... ,, UN por diy Imlda and eulikf.TWOITORY .. 56. 111151 1nuiosl' and llvoUii. I all iloctrle, kllcrian withdlihwa I 10 acre. Cltrui 4 Prult HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION p105154., 1Ion. PS, 3.5433 It n
C"' ''' '''' equipped 121509

Ml Per m. ., MU diy IAROAINocatad 'NVISTO b ananAiloob" iar, wmhir,., Eva, mack. AIM 20 prilty ecree, t7000 IJIIIIIInI1IIIII11II11Il11Imnmmmnmll (MOWN IY ABVANCIAPPOINTMINT _71.EFFIC'ENCY
par 111 N. Main .,. Ph 312-<111 mar unlvarilty and .hopping ''n..11,... ,.... it 5.1mev 411 lerawH now porch cabln.Oty.Inlig Floors :320 .crai anly 1125 M "'" ONLY ARTS.JO .

171 par "'.. .. MM per dry I W. 101. 56Mw.. PalI.rAsset emIl OhIo ] ..d'..... horn.rlrucllon wIlt 400 ft 1,5,110.1 ''ncom. .1.I.Ullih.dI and llgMad attic No f I rldaroom T..", en above. 117 I Unlv Av.' MO.Mlnnnpy .
'TII. tw
I I. McLaughlln PrankMCann In ..., 1M ...... P.n ..... rodUcod prlcS but a rial, S..... ."..., Call followIng 5,5 rlady lerge comfortibit home for exchange, 4M $503
Roby, Roy T. C. Doug. Full prlcg 17 too with Anglo Roil, e.,.,., .u..ner. '_II,. 4 Ibithi .. 4
171 per "' ..,. par diy ,,,, J,. wlrad Sinnb.hop WoodihM, a large I ROOMS AND IATM FOR RI.
ra.ionabla down paymant o ndIS414 OPPORTUNITY avin Cold' 01141,.., hot sat., C. L. Anon" Irokir up living room, femlly TIRro CDU L'. PI P.. mo.plul .
$001rma. .. MM per i.., par "month Why rant? W. .,. otI,,'ltgacll V Ills ".,.... cantnl hailing Lot ISOX 151'wlin 0. J. Angle, Aiioelite. <7U SW. 15th Way ,.OOp.,0mdllIIllI' i idlnitte ...... ulllltln. Coll 4MI4MTHU . "Miowlno' VI ry a.c.ll. "nt bui nobl* old IrMi '..,.. In for 4404 NvV 13th II Phone 374-4T17 (Country Club, Iltdtdl) xreened porch IR,
PARRISHPRESENTS M14 N.W. I2tn AVI. 1w.. with 212 ft .....'110. on ,..... II NICI
W P.' "'.. .. MM per i day aver land l It baby 'In d walk to 4 IR I',, both, r 10. Fidrm kitchen, !. bath down com. ...., .
antril: haat and air conditioning Hwy. conilillng of SIde > ichool mlghborhood. Our family Ono bedroom ""n' ftjmltn.d '
Wall to will CarpetIng' In living qulpmtnt' living' IIuor'... opllonI of SIlO las ,..Id u, on and addItional' onttr.t plelaly, air, conditioned' .11 .....,,.blO Nov Ilin .
IN ... .
MM .. ,
mo .
p.r par day an' |UM built Inaypllolwn.del'n.y .
,1 r.. .nd badreoml. TwO.CarSsnall I whIt room for .>.. .Inn. Tnli for appolnlrrwnt' to vlaw 421 Nl7tn MODELSNow many ' IwMlon Ml 1557kVAILARLI .
Thll '. I 01111116 boilnb.tow.Irs 31. PR KI75, fo4turn V.ry ..KCluilv.OKtlon opportunity' for nice roaming -
M per "'.. .. U.U par diy ".,.. hindiomaly"arlitocrif illuatad on.a 5II. good ",oflt. Ownir ntliAppr ,. 17000 dn. ind IIH ,,"'.. good Invoitment for .. 0... Jill, I brdroom .
pip m.... WIll d''u"' .. .. Lot mod rn, aIr COOdIllol00dapavmalltO
sloe per m. a J2 par div PROUD TO PPI1INT TIll, MM aldd Ilia .. H ..,... 441 louth with 'In. irrongfmonli 130 D Wphoneconveriition
ballial ChIl walk to Lit. !
Ililln. fwe Open .
new itory homo In .I .. .. Adull. .nl,. no .....
.. tlwo.d and Wnlwood ochooll, com. proporly 1 'land lulllblafor necaiMry II. .
.110' nalghbarhood. Aero LotPour III ACRES ol CI..I Iond Lo... '_1''. 190 ..' mo. CoI''
CALL 378.1411 bedroom., 14' bath, large 2l,not with any tarml.IOUTH Piynl Apti Pr.lrl.I., .,..,_...C.II.. Llnd for ,It WPtlo on with .llrectlv. homeiltiWILL 1350 N.W. : thAv.. SM$05mmmgmmmmelftlIa 372.3450 or 76-0360..

.living....,room. dining with room fireplace. and loth IDLIWILD M* ttill opportunity' rarlly olfend. ,. EXCHANGE FOR Northwest 4 RR, I'it botni. "IMO dnHO .> TWO room ,.,_ .....,.. prlv.lo,
TO PLACE YOUR h... wall to well .....ltnt. Sep.arale rlm idoul 4 ""' ......., 5J bath : p.r "mo dr 17000 dn. and mtravc.. Ilot A cold wets, .Mn

lludy PIUS .lovely PIe.. h.,. for lane tidily. '.n.1l1d Homi with ,lerge equity, In II3J mo.I300NW.. NorwoodHope QuliI mlghborhond. lullm. Mr4i
SUN RENTAL Idl room with fireplace. Tools ".,''d. room lulif In kitcnan, Oalnaivllle C.II WeyneMaian S sane. Call PR 64a61 or sos
home I Is one you ihauld' II 'n.ldo, utility room, acraanadporcn. MARY or Lti Jackion Estates llthH. 12' NW 11th foe

WANT ADSIS you are .looking, for an executive Attracllva'' Hani, fronl inytlmo maSt Tow Realty a IR 1 bithi, MM ,6.. Ilonno. Now ilamMitary ichool clow .,. MOELLER 31514461 ,; : I Onfurniihtd" AIt.
.,,,. 131.100. Cuitom built homes I
NIAR UNIVIRIITY' L.valy r* NW. 36th 310.113.. lICE Ualh. and 11I..on.UIllItI. .
brick, home. I.... living, room. IUIINelS "OUUN'TY' Call REALTY ; strIct.d5..loIlalIy n .. ; ball. Jt;"nllt> "H" Inc.' .. "' ..,..... SIP re'. ....

.H.UMI 5., SsI). .......,. dining' room, 1 "' ,oom. ... w. tiOO ",,,,,. "'.... .... mon'h. _SOt..! PR 19203.
cp loll
I baWl and nice "d. Room, Av PR
loll W. Unlv. 4-7'' Keatty"Development
IN NIW..UY. J 50. CC' Hom.I A eludy which' ,li complilely' prt. ARNOLD M.mb.r Multlol' Lilting 4120 NW. 19th D,. .\e Trade Homes 47 H.i .n for Ron tun.'ULLY ,
tor MI* by owner 14 on cam er vale. LOCUM an a large wooded AlHCl.tnf All City conyaniincif ) IR 1 ...h.. U30 an.,, |7I
a&SCO.nt.rmI&ssEdowsw. lot. welkin' dlttenco Id Unlnr.illy PIALTY W Modlor Pottor k,,'.. C/*. per "me. or Property "PUKNISHID 4-IR-h.IM
I 150 17}.llRIPAINTIO .>. at PiorldelAROI Multiple : rF'72'3I2I N.
monthly 1 lilt W Unlv. :harllo Mayo Iharon Grant diiiiimintiNdrtnwail 411' H.W. 19'h Sr.a by county tank on HW1. TV

Inilde .nd out tR FAMILY, "lull he porno, A.ioclit' ..i Jena .'.." __" KIN w iiminiir SL.Ibillt. I3SO dlo. 51500OPEN OUR HOMI! All 1121 wmlior4ry.r. FR LOIN ,""ul,..,

CCI om.. 1100 dn for 4 ...,....., I bath, ,...11, room Jim' .......,. lob KalKmanP Four Bidroami' sid Tw. ..,.... k easy,w "' POR YOU TO IN pm m. 44414
BOM... equity. HI) par month Iee.I.Ca. '. children pliyroam' flrepleca In 'w HOMO Jimmy G,.... New Brick HomesS5.pltonn Idthi. IJII NW. 17thBM. ,..", .located an MX last JOY OIlING ANYTIMI If 41 HOUMI lot Reel Unfur
.In.' and uw.p.a561.mant. W.ller SI....'" YOU WILL 'JUIT CALL
living ,
ream beautifully I and Mdl If N :
built 1964. Small W MID Itraat .
1129 NW nth IIVOU .. 0llTiI0
..._ yardIXCILLINT In Down P.,,,,..,. Prl<*4 for los "Mocko iwtb at N.W. lira 5.6 lia 5 1. 4th ITRIITPR SlTUioonno .nd ..''n. n'ClI.' ..;: I
CAN IAVI HIM on mi* FORDYCEFEATURES Foit.rHelghti Avrnu*. a-nol PR lTtttMember 1150,6' tse0Od .
I IR. I bilh him Central holt ..'It....t loci 11 .n. Quick Sold.' F ch 'A or aId ocl1oo,..yard.NW noun....11.ohArdt.dl .. PR
built ,In kitchen. cirport and thli t "bedroom, Hooping ..'... T Clicks totl 1-:1011.:
linage area. CHI 17aMI home pricid mi with lowdown 114 "bedroom boni,In kltch 3 -'
povment end 'lmm.dlSl' en, can. Mat, VA no Irdntin. en |]th Slro.l WALTER STUBBSInc. .y tf Horn lulldanAiioclition I IR 1 baIt, CC home, Mmllypar
) AT LAST Occcpancy.6LACK down payment PHA tram 1700 sod lira' Laok- ,room no.. LIIII._ ICI1ooI. 1121
1011-vS doling' coite.Cdplt.l ''n for Soc.. ., itt ., CaiiMivill. mo. Phone PR 4-3M er lea
IIY DIMANOI) "'C 'I. Trealtlenel. i OPEN HOUSE dpartmant at :tOO NW' 34in T.,.
A I kIN .home tionf Look of than! H.
with living .
,, fNRI
'S Hugh Idwardb '.... nil ,."' ..... ream ...... dining' mam, family M..n".nI IIroNSOS Sill. itt 0corn NW inn Piac* a .ioti.! : ... h.", shop would1 kd goodInvoitmona Phone 376.5394 a 100 I let"bodroom, 3300,NW ins bath 100
..,... I' ''n 11111 I Sr 1 Bo'hh. 10th It 17!
*\ la Oolnoiylll' room with 11' lavalymecMrn bnaly Ian
1 apse NOUS DAIIT .roparty ....
WITH' kullt In kitchen Central, ..... wllh .... IIM p.. II. Scllt.In par Por Information phono
All brick front .,. loan 6 .nt. .ulllu'' 117X Call. 171-nai *r l7d77N.i clu".... "W. trod house,", is J7HMII efler 0PM. only, .

R..I' planer willla 211 10'. Only 120.200. Cwni n.e Tkn. and many in... ... Everything 'OR PINT by .wner 1 IR I'lirM
I Tarrauo floor! INPOPINIIVI' S ...,..... .torn.In fbi, horn. ::1M.. 'onday, N... v.ilakld. Salt l'wisa In NW .1,11001.
Ondlllwn. ....., 22, It Mn N.W. II,
Formica (Oblnol' 5n.d 0.14 M b 4 B.Jroom' Mddoli I InSHAOOWLAWN JACK Dl YOT. Phone FR 2-2633.
Idol ,....
: I.ddod lawn for llwn. Soil NEW' and
Low Rdoiitdrdd looks bMlravnl, two buIlt |t.pnon .
Air' candill.tlni. alloTS N.W l.lrrlNO Alnnot' n.w 111.6.'to. Monthly .pawnanti with thli" I bid- ESTATESF. 121 NW. n'h S.t MeCOY'S Poiior IcMol dlitrlct' ...".
016,321 .,. I b.h., owItIally I56..dmd I ,0.n teens In N 'w. 'ull' < I In I obit now, 113100 monm MmonmOwnw .
Ind A 5.6,5.. Mod'"$ air, lndilion.d ..... on II... !. Scale A, rinoa AC unit loll' of D. OLIVER 172-1311 TROUBLEFREEin will .....,d.. I.... Cell"
101 0 500 ,1,1 ,In WIrnS.nIy ... origa. Down payrnmt flulbla" OFPIRINO MACOMA 101... Molvlsosy. PS 3 5404.
$100 CASH VA tain. lull!.In mtchan unlli, Gill Fordyc I7I-I2M. Individual, Ityln Por You TWO ......... Ion'.. lotIsInhIird.
S Woll "plannad living .'... 175 PtaoN Dlbaoan' .
or 305 Ga
P0056 UNIVII1ITV' ACRII. tsar Woo,. IXTRAI Ouallty "malarial, k work.manmip I NEW HOMES, INC. a brand new home. kit Ovanoa Last. p16. .Phoyo. .....
$750 CASH FIA.p. ilda railrlctad" aubdlvlilon, 01.... Bator, Include' refrlg, "no". I ,.,.... OllIlnI.
toll ,.... HrMli Inild. loll -'..her, T.V. antenna. ..c.Il.nt A community' you would toproud MODELS
...., at "modal _. ...., THE 'JEFFERSON"Chirnlnoly .TU CL..N I bidroom home
cottA end
corrwn .4350 Outiida' mdicaalng lane' lot .
city llv InDrlvo
day II pm to ''n C".I ........ WIle. .., ..
llmlli, thuS NO CITY TAXIS far thIS 1 or 1 Mlloodland .home ,li. Soil on N.W. :win Move Now Before
M are .1.. building on biaulllul TlrrKa. Cell Pordyce Now Opec I n.., .ou.I', 1''. IIUdon...
Aol. pale in. Olin Iprlng HitirMction 324730lI
toll In WlitmorlanoJ 7HI34FORDYCE' : colonial "oulildi lioo per mOo
M.M.PARRISH la* Hgn on bIt). Daily 1 0Viii. -< tIe homo ll "'
HUGH PR 30564.EARLY ..* G..." for Inane,.with conlam.poriry con.venlencet the HolidaysALL 3 POROYCI*'d or homei i AIJOCIATIe for rod., un''INC.'..

living. Notice the willppllnled P.IALTOR
A300CIATIS.' INC.Nrc. Calinlri md oiot.enp.ranyilyl0.I work *rae withliundry. ,,14 W. Unlv' 174.,IIMR
EDWARDS, Pedy",, ...11" AMERICAN Stick and blocs, kitchen" and pantryilorooe
SIAL ISTATS CONSULT..NTIO'el I badraama. I balM.laautlhilly handy N Ills .....,.. an.troncl I I baIt, like MW N. I.
INC. "AS10CIATII 'INCH lania ',.ne.. Sleolt [ FIREPLACE HOMEAll Pomlly _.. Th r* are three CITY SERVICES Clem end tpacloul' 112500
1927 NW 39TH DR. Wavna Hill Halan OrahamClrolvn arm Oouldan Nanoey S.nIos brick .>,..1., < rAped All lily aannatAOIcN aId .room with outstanding cl..... N. W. l IR. | bath, "' ..., 1150
Poolay, Miry P.rrlih, O.> C. G., Dudley' SnolAmP24 h..rtn flraplac panilM 5605. ficllltlee plul two full 1bifhi 111.4 MARY MOELLER REALTOR
376-7971 II Nl Pint trot T. I7HJ71 ''II Unl. $711334 family room built,In kitchen landacapadalnoivllla and s Mparale, dm.In. FERN WOOD MANOR lOll WUnlVAv_ PR 4.4)71

with krvkfiit bar um""II, low designS Mv .... I In tha "mailer tulleha II
Lvlihly' 'lindic.pod" Cdnlrllhxtlng an*. formal living room oilS 49 Romi For binS
k air conditioning' Norm on N I. Sill SinaI t* a anirilo. dining' room plul a $12,250
I IFl lan>. dMdand llrMt. Cnolc.roi. I55. Nth Avanuo Tun family room with 5 flrplc UP OoM' IN ,"IV AT I "i:" iI
o I. .: 1w. >l11'I N w. (...11...' tErns ,'.h'. and beautiful cherry paneling 50Oag calf moenlng InIf ....

1II" II ;.1''Iill, WH... A L. 0 t 0'# A II A ...11..1.. 7:11515,5GaI..siOil.'s..wna. J7J-7I7 lIla -L" .h.".. at tha ....... nIl... PR .1061..
with iti attached two car ..arm $400) DOWN FHA
\ I. 0 SD t1MPi3 I' "I. I) and roar patio will / NOTHING QUIlT downilaln, comer rIO On
"R ..It"I. IOnt..llIDlCA 10KIJ -fUIIIIClIOIII. mow a dilignttul plans, tollv. VA linen "' ,... UM of phone.
.. $100 doling Coir ""Ig. weakly meld IO"'. 1714571 -
1. Imilalod5.Scccgwlu! 27.ltIa.tet,,,. 1.ln.llo& 0 I1T J$ L A WlI'slIn ,'1 4401 NW 17tH PI.Th. .. before I::35 P M ,wtdylFURNIIHIO .

,lay 25.Neaaured: IW.L.. .. Co C It .1'\I t Charming Sir from ........ROOMS.. m IW TO la block,A..!.

PunJ.b 9br010117 lAIPIt WDTivJ/ I WT" LIDI 172-7070 RANCHO GRANDE FROM /J PER MONTH Ceil CT.I3M. Nab.. itudanti enlIARCI "/

sat. OCt.lL l1i'1 TP' I.IN 1 D IINCLI ROOM .tar workrng .
t todrooml I hethi. .turfy WALK TO SCHOOLS man Weakly' maid tarvlciiUM
11. PuIOla U.COIta U I.. '" 0 1L'J .". moot family roam. 'living .room din of refrlgorelor. 41t Nl Sod
32WoooIy: tp. room oak parouat floor, .._... 371-1115. 171-HOI
m. kuild'inf' .
luiurloui .p.rtm.nt '' '
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I I I D drapoi Included 13000. wDown. NICI '
4 BR Colonial PURN
U. Brick Front Now ROOM
mn .
fuiiihinj.Prict. .
: Inlt.fated 34.Anc.Cr. LYJ A. '" 0 A. C. 0 M LAKESHORETOWERS Shoals, bath and prlvata' m.trance. .
Ii 43)0 NW intl Pt Call OT-OTTV
$15.825. Ml NW 31.5CLEAN
c3 [tm L .It 'fl t ..LLSJ $625 Down ......

18. Cbt't'r 38j.foMotIL
Sm.U .r.IIIlc pllnlo .". DIRECTIONS Drive P. Soslonowno. an ugo.q .....
ui sos you art : W... on IStK Ay Tur
*. ._1ihdmt CInn.-In' 270 )0"
$00109 44. Hi.'
big : Yr. S.Piridlid NOW LEASING inlets on contracting your Left on 3Slh St. or 39th Time.
lt.Yrmlnlns :
43.Rvmwo. 4i.Jdak.. 4. StupidityS.P1tcicii now custom horn. SI MIM. RM .|INMrborry

iufft* gvdd.. I faw'ywnr" CallG.roK.orV' O McCoy -

20.Appeotys fu. DOWN 6.Arrow Day FK 6-7290 Butler BrothersBUILDERS IAAILERSPAC' [ "

melt' 4t.t'ssvetoM 1.Roertng eoUoi* Nih. FR 6-3013 121 P00 MONTH SIn

22 3oro .42.Trelssd: SOISt'S T.Trtichlng 6-6502 IratE' P.r.,

CantOrs 43.Scot.Jlnr J. peacock I..Sirla Offlc.. L....... atM. I DAILY m.'S4S NIGHT 1T'.'04I 20w.Yl" Pla" ,

9.S.IId, "Mall' I...., end 13rd llv.* SJ OfHc.-DII. Spas

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lS.FUxBher nUHL ,Odtc".'" aIlkiAj$7j
1r Mr rant u..'.... wItS f ..llr. .
I' I' IT.HqcAnny: w.. and ro ......... Hiatior.

u.Spread ., What's More 0506 110 aondItIeM5 CII
I .a n Appropriate ThanA ".... Salting atE. _1_.
.5,0,00. li.w.s.d Itoooo Pt ..,.,.

I' If "r 7) u.Lttture POR RINT M M PT.Pownlawn .. _.

: -z 2i.Wlt.lrd ctram Home of Your Own for Christmas? 0101 p0,10...3521 371lwoOPPICI HW 101I It. CIII 375.

t I. j [11'ii 35-Olwi aPAce v"'ILA'LI_

iIi' 2&Ch.19o4 Confrel boat 4 .A -<
21 if If Imm..iat.Occup..c$13.400 to $18,200 041 11. COIl l IISII.... 5.0It5
29 S.laidr 1 Jwtmmm. W** v.'m or 171-_

a ji -it---- allgSS.EporC A..,. SI pboole! G'oes4s Cdnlr.1 rld. of S..I Mod.I.. MCURITY IUILOINO)

S C.ntr.1 Air Ct.A U..4r PaoUili.e Paym.nts from $79.34 tIM 5. U"-'ItIo A... Ph.. C...

J 3i. PlTlngblrrJ\ LMkor.P.o.2 6.tkdf* Or*. CkirHlidkr.4 NOTHING DOWN VA Mv-elt..losal_. AM_-.... -.

55.n.eII'. I r.fkl* Ar... Ji4w.lko -Th. convenient north- ....... .....-.. Call PR Jcm_
i lIenoten-' (1$100 Closing Cost.I on PS ...
Jl I'.J Jt .JS "IJI lIlt.[ JSIIMPTJ .ast' prestige address
18.Stud ud amc. It MV, M
376-4456 51e00 at porkM*. fat NW ion,
ll4I qvaotll PHONE *... Ml par nd. .Ptwn. p. .


41 fT. 114 H... Sar> 54 IIPMMM tanNujIliNB .

14J H IAS dohdil SALES MJU iIt1ct
2iOt S.W. lit ST. u.s. HWY. 441 .aoly as _.... III NW tpn
- ; 39. Slim. cain A... 5135 piv p. .Po,11. p. .
Par tint*:26 piin. *' Xi 11J kO.bosNL23ilto.oI4 -

j Butler Bros. BUILDERS III end D..lope ... p ItS 1'.... "-... 171.1471 1040.5. __ OW gwt

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W4lkkf "1.N NCI'1IOIV' Fc1 $1.SS.k1idhl'6A10aO I QUZIM 0.'T4gNh7c4M1$14 u j'

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CIN ,tAU OOt ArT CVAM 7If 11514'tU "" Z 3340304105w051cJy
.JICT 1M CMt ,som'.vl
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54 |yiin n Hint.*) .4 H..4. GBa4a IS 1041... Fit Salt 7} MwKil Mtrchtnditd IS Ayrumobilot ttr SIN. IS AlffMMkllM' tW Sal. ''-'_ .. t> Sp.rtt e...

WAR.HUU.I I ..av DL., ..,..... 50111 t'tt' UDUITK'! v'tonv'I
FOil IIOR. DISCOUNTPRICES Glill. fOIl" /11 "te PIANO CORVAI MCNZ. .. 1'" llnt
OPIC" oil Jtfw mi, PionorPM _... .qulppe5 1 Ie .1. .... WIII Mutt Mil., D....... Mut tnt no, ot_ locsltIon1Ny E.0. uo HP, IIW tpM mL.
M. _r..... tvtrctit. moil ooot C...x015 "ruin wtito nnvtrtMt, OlIN' buckottottt ..... OMitrCALL.. too nmt' tl PuMIl. tr ot *ou.
STORE BLCX5. FOR RENT IMKy ..,_ I Mvmtxo.S7SI I M1.0,. Ilk. now condktlon. I HMotrWILLYS _44.1 Trtllor Ct:...- tvtnmgo.lD ._
Wt undtrMll tr S<0 com. amtt l tSoM CLOSI Out IM4 mom SpMot Pitoot. Nothing' down, tot Mourn _,_
111 W. Unlv "... Call' Pni Strlrtfollow tvtryboaV.HENDRIX Cl..ko of ffelM tlondo of: 4WO TRUCK ftrhunting. 7944 "GI K 1001 ALPA ROMEO a''
Mocnln. Co. fhont Vt.UUWIINOS povnwntt Vt mo. Coll VI.i .
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Bonn bum .
.?m S to .. WIMUt or MonotonyUlltonl\ I Ox on.Oul Mf loIN M t col ctni SM I d
01401 it ittor SOl ' ... ... -
FURNITURE MMM Itortlit 115017014' Set It it >u w. Unlv' tr coll ..
ilAUTV SHOP FOR liL AllDowntown CO. urHoiiiKf S I. PItH ttroot Crw;; 'Country->l; 741 NI llth All tnytlmtrM4 Cook PR t-lulf. t-nt Rt
All fUtvroiIncnxMd. Nw sir. AV* tt Itm StWIST I
Mutton. ClMIn, low 01 W. .No rntxtynn. Mon wogon odoar Rot.. Hotwr SKYLARK. I ORloort .
.. SHOP M nody. CHI tortullnw. LHIMI.. Uwtrkt ...... too tt U tor : SPINET ORGAN Auto ,._ SIM. J. L. Moyv Ml.cmopy 1UICK CwPt V-4 Wut tnd whito.i. ST Auttmtk.lll WIs ..dAII !
HIS 1OIr.-.1I If Mt : I :
Ttw uwd wtthtr mown, tlMI FINNnltw Mduit l_ 1.7.74 51511' 4U-MII AT. WW ",01. PJ. II 4 HMl .
Wtyno Mmn M into. ,I St" title ton IH< r dlt tuMtnow. IMry ooralct All wt tutrtivIOM mount blltnctiORIDIIV tit :" ban, .... |Hwr ontrnSill .
irtml.S IMPALA CONV Ill ontlno .
h.,1Y onytlmt ( tt prlcti 15.. wo I trwio.Int. .. Phono Vtnt.Wl 1 M 0000401,511. trim. wlttl, focttrY utrtnttt, ant ( '.40150. .07101 1451
.tick tool polntv SfS sal .
I :1ro1114 AI $170011 1s1.
If lot t. M Ml NtN ITS MUSIC CO. >.lmrHANr. .
I Ii''CNCUfll Phono05
< lyiinm OpptfttMintt M"n rwMor, 121. Wnt. ...,"". WANt 10 buy .1 ittt mMM imd. Odnotvll ShowM ConlorWl C.II S1ttIII.'ii7"DliHAo wntr? m V.non.tit_ IE til $5
notion Woih .N. Ory. ISS HICKS =ittttt. tiv iltntiiy HifflIH J/1>jM >>W' OLb:i i PS, DllIOHTI -
.. .
... ...
.... ..... 5 ... WANTED '
.7.'" 'Poorl.nIlV -RADIO' S APPHANCtS.6t PI. ttcrtry tlr UMtr tIC COovy. V' II. hMlor Out 63 CADILLAC
; KIN of l IOW w'III' en "tobii'.... WILSON'S EXCHANGE IUV AND SELL. HENAND/ try will ln_.. ctllr .,_ Wtn new tor J n Mbo
,.. .....,. Call
.tvtlnou 00,11 Ice tttlltn MI Mnc ill SoldUnclolmot 1771 $5. shill PIMM M *44"'. slid mulcH Com.pmt >R ..r-f S P.M. mttft kit nko ttr. 14114 CI.- gitd can:
-' loxd Iniiruimnt r IIIi, ''PS wdan Factory olr-condllion fully tquipptd Mint
citrus ... .. room tar trllltrcourt "!AND N'SStl .. '6 4 !AMOUR WWM. Ills Boll Adorrm g .
'OCl'.... All tor wile silo' ""Yi "N T > beds tnd CMIn $1/041 ftCI 50. DUOA IIIUIiC CO icon .. ST NM. tint bolltryI condition. Tramtndout sov-:i i u 'itial dtprtxiotian'
wont* tooilatr 11$71IM' of'tr 'I ,lovitdiy tnt dry _. $StllM dulls MlnofO' o( I c''".ilnt' ctorhlnt tol.. rItrwrdiy ., WILLIAM; l lo dlKtunttd, inn PI'. Vt.XMStM. : 1
mar. MARKHAMS, Ill only' NMiPurnllurt ", H. SEIVICI CINTI trtrnwr to rtNttmib' port
Urn. Howttwrnt ... STMtnlrK e oko M tour tptatl or ctnoMptonot. 1011 IOI.VMOUfH.- $1111550
Mc'j JJ4 NW tin Avtt Plct up poymvnlt M blob ,,'... _.... 5517 771117,. 11/15 3895.
VfRYInvNtmont'U"lSi'U I NOW 701ClA 01107 coo41nI Unw Splnit .,_ trio ktcl.M 11111, CIII PR mil ttitr
.tatlotl N. 155Y51 AUTOMATIC woihlni' mKh''... 0A1. Full .110 0115 5A116s4. t snt. wwiitrtr Orton win 1 P M. ,
CIA" lit""$ .11t01l. C.II FR .uo,.._ to worn. 111 I .._ II. "$701141. PRE. wltlt 507 IPO twnd 1 .......... Met. IIP pay -
1m. GOt 'TU ... 001111 Wlll 1 400.7wl10 ..t. ....1It .. ....... IUJ dmm. 55070. try tOv OW 55 HI 151 Ford STl "M 'trd. HIS, '
lid moo'tI. 1& 147151 2 t2I m..'" ... two 5157171. oocot IARI-S PIANO, CO. ion Ptrd notion' WO on
LOT$ TALK tnt.MATCHIO. 70710711. 47.7117" 514. 4.5.1115 nt w unf .... irVMlltouoM 1>S1 Ponlltc. II W. its. Owvr
About M unb111o 111075)0.5 tot IIJO. Al Hirdtt .... '"'101\, tot
= ondl ion lull| cqupptd
Stdon Factory ng
tmiH 00 I1HI.U oof Wilton. Stm I PIANOS .01 414 "" _11 III $5 111. II.IHJ .
conn ColivOporotod Cor. ....... OitmpKMhlp. with pro SINGERSLANT.OMATIC OO"'T 100 ... moot N .... bout Itw prict ol a low ixlct 6-cylindtr car. you can G.'
w.... lot "Vrtbont by 41 04410.. 5.W. 510,4 177e1. from *. Dtwitf" Irown.Oroct IMPALA Iup1. $0051. 5p .. tlta b.,t .- fully tqulpp. l.
.... nllgnton you Nut ty tor KKool OrltlMl, coot UM.ocrmci 111911113 ....... oovtIvor tK":.$ 411170. 7141
01011'.1 I ,.. ? II .1
00' '7 11011 .1014. W.tIe ins. vo-uii tfttr sail : OILS now tor Chrlrt.RIM
... 1111 71751(114' LM 4 AOO,1.. 7 000. 0051 505710 .......,. Call PR "HII Mr '
pint. with out tiri.tonrwuo MOSS 0 ....11.. or SPIN P 0. ton WJ,
air .1 SL lIto'III.' .,. bor tulld dunk ttwo in 0/1/7 brbtI O.lnotvlllo' Plo.PISHm GAINESVILLEAUTO I' $2,595.
... $ to. I*. .Incomt IIMW $5 boll Mt wily rtck olH HO troln hum, oit.toko Pop h'. II $131 0
with' .. .. I SttrM II Wf SALES
75171111 71770 $. LoNN "I I owllcriM. kulWfit' op MV' 040510 5.01 compt.Automotive
7777.1 77111111 doli.... "go 7.1. 4 Irickt. Clll 17113M: f 171. Dn,1 coll wrltt llmmy Cro. 1711. 111. "M-'M 15)707, $01S
urn loP tolling' II14M down bolo I ''''. 0.9. Otl. 0.,_....... 501. 1.77141 175100' tI III 1115 1007 N. M... 51.
net out *f ...,. WrHt loOimtivlllt > ... I 'STOP y :.... 0177.10 .Iy1 4 eh..... 555.C11 ...,... FK 2.61UNorthccntral '60 CADILLAC
/ C4uo 771.0511 I N S IM.
-, ,! !.! .Sun -'1, Sprxd thtt CHRISTMAS" molly onin SINGERAUTO -I, Florida t
HOMI S lllct .." too City ipolllnco tor HIR WoiKort Sdor Whit. L'w, w p tt
Moll, m propOMd now "trott chop" 131 wo Rrfrlooritor' 111, upl, DIV074 ZIG ZAG II1d.DInd.1nt1C'.ler.
Wool lor ....... Snot. 141 Vp.I AIM, npirt ippllMctrtotlrt. ,
now on llborol' torml 1 I 1-..
:c.Or' homoitood tuomptknWrit AI HANDYMAN. SHOP PP. WK1 5441 510E. Nt 1710071771771 4470K r
H. a tolllngor' I0 N I. 1 75- w'lII' loud 07500 '''' I) Mottrcyctti *> JcoottrtM $1,995.
Ird 5' WOOD POI "'LI. lu'tIt 0.11057ur50.I 17007. NM1110111004.1. t BARKLEYMOTORS
00101 1010.. 0101 OJ 7.1 $144 117777' 0154. 1
1'" ... lUND.PII""m\.lIoyT...
<1 Winttt1 tt liiy 00.74. PR 1-51._ IT eon. Dti _.u... BIInttt.
$17504' Cantoc' D. M. 05050. It.
SINGER- 2,0.7I. City Ctlll'.SlI. CADILLAC
WAN FED USED OFFICE :SAFE GATE noM _.... TV. ...",.I. I 57

CALL FR 6-8269 FEATHER-WEIGHT 544.... so5I1t150 1401' ... ..00140.. 101 .H'.....1175A.I. ",. AUTOMOIILI |['AIUWINTSRUIO "IN. THI AUTO GAMIlARKLirS ONLYTROPICAL Fls.twood. Factory alr-condllionlng Whlti and ntnurvlain

COINS WANTID Llkt tw complit' slid, cut tndotttchmtnti 771574 PR 5-7341. H... 0011 cor THI "' ;.MI" tourtl. Fully tqulpptd Qn owns

ill W I. ood tortltn ollvorWon Put. IIJO 0IIp.> CAMERA Aoohl 10..... SLRItnvo I NOW 2201 N. Mil $t.
...., om ..... ml tnly' S7I tr M II ptr .... Notion complttot SIM. Alto tilIronic 1ft 001 10510. NIIII4P 01. '2-4171
kilt ....... ol Stwlnt' MKhlrw. Co. 170.. Ill ....... PKtnt FRMU1 MAWtS-POWIRS! MOTOR CO. : [o Tii
0051STAMP 4 COIN SHOP W. Unl'.. Av PR t 11Si NATIVE. PALMS _II... Hi .... DM N. M.'" St.S7MS.I :74 $695

too W Unlvonlty, Avt HO troln .trK IS It. piuttwltcnti Iv.., I.tOOO dlmt, to l II. You 111III .
Ptrlltlly rwoMM inml .
d'I. AIM' olnor nollvo 1 > Ltcntoo. I
(4 H.yithiW Goa4ILtf'IT'M 55170110,00' u.... AIM' I Comp. oil 1117.THS I
un. ut jrt-ntt. Iprlntl IS A.o biltt for 5.1. CaM.UTIAUTOMO"L' '64 OLDSMOBILE

!pl "o''iovof iV i MAC.iiirn (51. Also $10750 011101557.7 lilt _feluAolnnvlllt... iT. Tnmmou'.uVaL.NTOH ,
2ipII500' too* conn.I Mono*. drop. .5015 105 71.00.. olIN 1100 0111, 50.75,7.1.05115 N 51M4M 1151 1ft 05157., 51111 nolo ....'1$455411$1I u... C III 98 Sports coup. Factory alr-condltloninci' + ruiM, control,
tool 11.'" ,.0''" Mono lit., logart "S. IOn.... 11..OSI. Ills I PM. tloclf'C N.01pSOOII.. M. .4110 $1175' SUIT IO.'CII' kucktt ttats. Sold I and scrvlctd by I u & .
wwlnt' 771(71171.cll. conlloni wsNd.y4 Danll" 'urnllu" c.., HWY MI ....'" AHTWHUIiSOUTHIRN
lId IIISo011111.N.' ortltln.TC Mlon Sprint.' 4041441WILL '
TWIN Hollywood ttdb Ol i n| 505100C5017. -
drggi minor** Stuthooitport
to 055159111410177. ComN. TRAD 1t51 V4 Fwd I PONTIAC
WNN.1450A7 wrlKr 139. I im.ll rMloi II HO TRAIN' AUTO
tt3H1I15 door. RAN $3,995.
Mod th odninbor
wlltl I ontlnoo, M COri tWlblotrick. pi t
iisoo ITU oli hooiorW tvtnlnoo.PORMICA loP good motor kmt Mir (MM S Mnrlcttil i
tddltMMl uur. duol ICw'
/U ..1. oil drum 1 Of.... AIM' top ItxMr nordl tlPor or pKk oimio, tw*. M. Illti Or Pnono DUlutRfPOSHSSIONS' N MOW StIHIM 6.M.C, Truck Ctnfer220N.W.
incl' obout W a vt cttptr h* tout" "00''. .,.. O'>'lit Autt lit lid booutllully, londKOg. -
.". 3JHHH .".. t, '.. IthAvt. :
Tot Shop w. lopt rtr ION M lout, Porloet Chrlllmn Ill PRIC TO SILL PAST '
CLEARANCE OILS M yMr oround SIN.7, ron 'tI. :..7l.nc107.. toIea ... AT 62 OLDSMOBILE
Flnol, WOW. mro roductlonl m.'"> f V an15 nil. II 117145 ...... M ....1_.. 1151: K .1001 t/.7.. .51 Poll P.111I IIdI Y1. --
comma OK tit 'in now .locotlon 101.41. 41104' 5131 corn NN' ". 173575101 H'If" 51 0.47. IOGI... 500. 4 D. h..rd. 98 Stdan Factory air-condilloning, crulit control, .
N.orly' Nu Purnllwrt, 324 Alt Vr1w, III NW 5/t : .... V,1. "f. 101. 10'
NW im AVO. piwno PR o4irjSIMMONS 68 FNsI Oil t W..... *M RimHir Amorlctn, 4 Or
POOL TAIL tporllodlowll :'T.
coin ttU 75P5171.0., b
100. 4 DAYS LEFT
KENMORE DISHWASHER. > r nduiition win cyl,, AT,
$....., $11111' ".. 31..9030. Bllt.. lloto h", .pod M/. ,comply.... F50ISM 171111CU. OAK. HICKORY AND COAL.AIM K'HO' ..INO. PINE INN 7IS N III.'. ,..... 11..11I' 2295.

oolo bodll:1.molcnlnfchoir loll Woo U..lty" A41. 0,_.., Ttnp.rlnill. S 0...... POR SALT IIM 4-wntol drlyo JM(
IlltfJ. :: HtfiWolon Col 'R tiXl. .'.'Ion wogon. Idr.l hunttnf wo
moltroil ond box urlngi, I TON Vork Air, Condltloiw' Tnt tin US ...... Coll durlni lop
.oil, DMd I moo Coil IJ COX IIM until M.y. PlllpiS71OIII.
WAREHOUSE .51 0110 lor
5"14 104 101 It
--rnXlt. 114 HW ISM 01. II Sddon Whir. Sharp
MI t. Mom' st PR i-an 74117 1.511 10171.' 7.1
POI tin ntrd of DtorlKt tr tntwwnt ...... HI till N. JraIm.t .
,000 ITS AID' CONDITION' II.. to wolcK Mill thow. 1101 1051 CM'VV V". 100 _"....
_coiunMotWtSTINOHOUSI A TV ttlicnmtnt II lust thtIMnt d T.onoN WII.LI 11.1cool. Owl 770.1 t1s4 .m 1 0011 INS.
wothlnt' moehlH / loP you Ploy to ,IniliMWt II HIO 5.51711 .....,. MA, c.1t 475007. M....... $1,995.
UJl 4 D."., CHEST I !. G'.'". Hurmt" .'0. tnN 'IY 'rill". 11t1. 550 Ion" ,144 WAGON
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lit, 4 'lown CH/UKJ |fi Occo- ovor ."... prk S90S or SMItltor :
llonol TAILS. H l7f 0l I 1It1.m rocklr. .... Coif 1J1. L10714.Twln' I HIO. low CHI tTt-ltl'
lilt HI 'I T... Ill 11110, slid top _..
itt'od ond Ouoronto SALT. ....... IT porAunliod 557. 371151: .y Iroottweod woton, lot
4t Rofrlotro'trt. from 130 vpRMIOM or tl It por MINI, wwlroolM I D.. Its' DOOM 4 OrT .. ,
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woihtrt tram lit voo .... IS tloctrlc motw. 0tor "
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CLIAN mod. nfrlnritwi torMIO I VACUUMisliCLSAl51. coni II. _II. 7W. '
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S,1.. Clll PR WOK I-SOOJ ON A LIII..KIS. 144 11,50 WINCHESTER AUTOMATIC M'e....,. Eloc'.. Slon Full powtrSparkling 110...t..
Ed Wa.d'n' Car Prices Reduced DayOur
.J2 .111. .lIh $0100. I. sold 0170. CNEVIOLIT, 171115' _ort Every
H'WIIIUY UIlII PUINITUIS' 11 5170. 7$ $100. Ar. 1111
MART now opoft for bullntuI SACRIPICI' Ion PMnon MUS- ad 445-1551. K 4051 ....... an.... $31 'W
'till 4 Mon mm T...... ",'. TANG hunthtt kow. comtwt. W CALIIIR Mol CtrWno Amr*. 1411A... Ltl n. 995
thru 5a7.III f. Good lint ofmtrclttndlM I huntlni S > t.rt.t orrtwt. Pull S mm MOUMT rtlMd' 1 III tow*
On Mwy 41. Hi Noborrv *- tilt 7W17507.. ...,.... trmtlntor I trltotl, tlKk 111 PKont PRtltl LARK t eyl
....... SM. I7M4H. 4 .,.. itM modoli oconomlcoloporotltni otter tht rintit sslsc-
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"OWNING' II. 0105MS .-"o.MN7o Id., "..", lien of sued cars ..., ..... en our lot. Mod .t those ..//oct.d tr.d.-M1 art '

Coli n5N 1170 JI""".'uI'1 V_CM4.....SOIL 14151 ...-.wntr end low miltogt from OW".,. who, re|.Urlx trade In thtir 60 CHEVROLET

COLOREDRENT 171.751/. .'H tulck lltctr*. 4 totr Mrs. c.,.. I try cer cerrlti a wri"." ,UIU"t... 'Impala Hardtop coup, V-l eutomaflt trantmiisltpowtr ,
.., $115071 .* .wVl"tMELTON .
72 OHi$11550.10 only, StltS., ttnrlng

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Saw ooorotlng condition Mtkoout
X t flolf dNM foM loglWtcoplM $1,295.
ALS Nl N MAIN ST': .. 4-flH
M MM Irion t "''no'" '
..., t. 1..71... Complof w'ttiutwmtlc .....4... 950 $895
tlmtr ond ,Iof.d .... 61 ,C 0 net 4.0_.
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BRAND NEW DUPLEXES 0N1 _....... Mutt M tMdItrtorxoMclty 62 MERCURY
Value Rated
""m"Io'y' It 10141 00511. M 1250 .
mocrilnt.' PrMIMO 62 Ford ,....... SOO. $,..4... .hl". $1 $1195 Moitnr Sedan V utrmoiK IrontmiMiari Compact
.,....... U..d Carl
544 v... ,,41. ... ....,...
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*olnM lllo, Sun. Plltnt in1411CHRISTMAS B&G MOTOR CO.Olftm.llt .

How 1110 HIM 15 CAP.OIolllfl 500. 7'"40 C.41/1oo/ I '58 Rambler 2-G.7. S.4.. '225 195 1395.

tr "" ......... tmtrtodr 2001 NW JIN St
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71 Mullcol M..h..... I '-: -1-5.4..1: I Sfalion Wagon Wh.... St.ndart) "thiM
61 Chevrolet I ; -- 1050 J995
D006I-OAIT :
HammondOrgans I : .. ; ;. 995

lit II M "... W-4J4I '61 Corvair T.51' 750 $695

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LIII1 11017 : DouM Mmportmtnl tin* OF COMPARISON'I 61 fORD
: =.1.- 011 ,' FOR THI CORRECT
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nwott clooMWtoMnf (Ity ttuidlFw Pros MMXt tor 015 II
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MPtittXndM. .oM I7J-3UI or ITl-Jlll 1'56'Mercccf $195x'62 '
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60 Volvo
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It GaintiYille Sun Wednesday, November 25, 1964

Auburn Club To Watch Game 40 Scouts to Receive Awards at District Honor Court

The North Florida Auburn vision I SEE by I Forty scouts from nine troops Other awards are as follows: derson, Juddy Carter, Tommy 202; Bruce Brashear, Jeff Car-
Club will meet Thursday afternoon will receive awards at the Second Class Jimmy Buck Derrick, Joe Summers, Ricky penter, Bill Crawford, Jeff
at the Hotel Thomas to All alumni and friends are Invited monthly Alachua District Court and Ricky Gonzales Troop 69; Thames and Ronnie Thames, Grant, Wallace Newcomb, Ken-
watch the Auburn Alabama to attend. The kickoff Is the SUN I of Honor Thursday at 8 p.m. at Bill Waller and Clifton You- Troop 84; Stanley Leland, Phil- neth Snyder, Park Tyre and
football game on color tele- at $ p.m. i ,Kirby Smith school. mans Troop 83; Robert Dunk lip Slimac; Troop 164; Joe Bol- James Carpenter, Troop 376;
.. The awards include rank ad- e' Troop 84 and Terry An- tan, Steve Stokes, Tommy: Jim Skirvin and Tom Duke,
:-- -1 1 I vancements and merit badges. drews, Troop 453. Stokes, Bill Wakcman, Troop Troop 88.
I BRILLIANT! HILARIOUSI i GENERAL HOSPITAL Rt 3 Box 341, a boy; Mr. and Scout John Kilby of Troop 92 First Class James Richardson -
GAGS. GIGGLES, GUFFAWS AND SATIRE!,* November 24,1964BIRTHS Mrs. Clifton K. Year ley, 3027 will receive the Eagle Gold Troop 69; Steve Proctorand
Tit, Now rri r.,... NW 1st Ave., a boy Mr. and Palm.
196. C."".. Chris Wilmot, Troop 376;
Piptro Germi'sSEDUCEDand o Mr. and Mn. James Harrell, Mrs. W. Taylor Moore, 2102 NE Jim Sansbury Troop 453. n

2110 Mrs.SE Leon 49th Ramsey Dr., a girl, 212, Mr.NW and 7th 15th Terr.,a girl 1st Lutheran Star Tommy Stokes, Troop Caltltlage) g tea Coo
202 Bruce ,
& Lane, a girl; Mr. and Mrs.
and Pettit
BJ1D11Efl Walter Godwin, 2718 NW 2nd Doyle C. Smith, Bettty Moore, Tp Observe 60.378 Andy Troop *
St., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Tom- Jerome H. Suggs, Betty H. Og DININGDANCING [
,, mie Brand, 746 NW 9th St., a letree, Barbara Ann Plemmons, Thanksgiving 94 Life Joe Summers, Troop i/4
ENDS boy. Willie Mae Ellis, Margur I t e
c ii Valerie J. Broder Thanksgiving Day servicesat Eagle Gold Palm John
ADMITTED Page, 0 n,
SAT. 1:00.1:05.5:05.7:05.9:15: Catherine Worley, Stuart L. First Lutheran Church, 1801 A. Kilby, Troop 92. University Inn l COCKTAI

Mrs. Martha Harrell, Mr. Hufner, Nettie Lee Orton, Dar'NW Fifth Ave., will be held Merit Badges Russel Blain, :;...ervati. CIII' fa"? rdia/ut tifU.ft
Norma Godwin, William Wells, rell E. Addison, Panzy Cannon, Thursday morning, at 10 Don McPherson, and Jam e i 1901 1M ISiII 7a et.e .

EW Ricky Kirby, Fred Pullen, Linda Eliza L. Bryan, all of Gainesville o'clock. Hetherington, Troop 83; Ted An- - -- - --- ---- --
Taylor, Allen Lowe, Mrs. ; Agnes L. Boyd, Alachua; The Rev. Robert Besalskl
I Lois Merritt, Mrs. Mary Ellen Shirley Driggers, Old Town; will deliver the sermon, "And .....;:... .. .-.;!'....... ...,', .... .........,..,.... ""J, ..,....
.. & .. .. ..
DRIVE.IN THEATRE Ramsey, Absolom liters, Will Daniel Ray Harrison, Alachua; His Mercy Endureth Forever." .. .... .:.. ..... .: 'I..:. : +..
6.5011 :am Hampton, Mrs. Mary Brand, Ethel E. Hutchlns, Hawthorne; Special music will be provided .': .' :
2400 HovMorne Rood Rf. 20 Phone FR
I Janet Michael, Josle Cave, 'aU Evone E. Ritch, Alachua; Wil- by Miss Julie Larson, sing-
Tnnitsi OPEN. SHOW STARTS ,of Gainesville; Collie Sherouse, liam E. Goodman, Starke; Bon ing "A Psalm of Thanksgiving" : f ii.Di 'NEi \
J ., AT sto. AT 7:00 Micanopy; Mn. Mary Adams, nie Hatcher, Newberry, Ada N. by Allitsen. t.
) ,. Lake City;, Gail Prince Inter. Huntley; Newberry; Evelyn M. The church nursery will be
,*X !!*#., :
I F ..'1> GALA lochen; Susie Cargle Chlefland; Foley,Indianapolis. open. : v .
.. "" FR. Marilyn Senterfitt, Williston; Everyone Is Invited to aUtend j
l' PRE-HOLIDAY I I \ R Kate Robinson,Archer.DISCHARGED. DISCHARGED this service of Thanksgiving. 4 Roast Butterball ? .!

E/ E Rebecca Bottomly, Gall Hut- .
E DUSK TO I DAWN l i E Mrs Wilma Pearson, Mrs. chins and baby boy, Helen Ar : TRIMMINGS 9
\ Eunice Osteen Mrs. Linda Carlton bogast, Creola McReyno Ids, Thanksgiving ;:.
SHOWS! Alice C. StIegel, Rutha n n a
Elwood flagon Shirley
C Do I Day,.Mrs. Mildred Hardee Schweyer, Florence Ellis, Murray Service SetThe ;.' Intimate Dining In the Carriage Room Avi.
Robinson Beatrice

F N 0 '1 and Emma baby Williams boy, Naomi, Mrs.Jernigan Florence, Mary McKean,, Julia University Lutheran v ALL YOU CAN EAT ...... $1.94 CHILDREN ........ $1.26,:;;
[ OPEN 'Til 1 AM Church at 1826 -
wrlght'l W.
Univ. Ave.
F U il Graham, James Burke, Mrs.' POLICE, FIRE will mark -. ". .. Make Reservations
Thanksgiving with ,
1 Barbara Plemmons, Mrs. Maw Accident Roundup
E r' SEE O BIGFEATURES T ira: Olivarria and baby boy,I special service at in a m i
E ; I S 1 Mrs. Marjorie Carrie and baby Involved In accidents reported Thursday.: The pastor, D Fred ..'
boy, Mrs. Margaret Buchannanand during the past 24 hours by Castor, said the public Is welcome All You Con Eat -
baby girl, Mrs. Arbutus Dil- Gainesville Police Departmentand to the observance. .. .
DONUTS FURNISHED COURTESY OF SPUDNUTS ,Ion and baby girl, Shirley Drlg the Alachua County Sher- '.!:6
W. V.1.' AM.. ff's Office were Smorgasbord every day :
gers, Willard Toms, Walter Mix
SHOWN fiRST 6 LAST -- HIT NO. 2 AT ':00 on, Clinton Ryals, Paul Bryant, Jane S. Murphy, 120 NW 24th ModernShoe :,:, Luncheon ........$1.26 Dinner ............$1.94 ;

''I William Allen Lowe Wells, Collie Ricky Sherouse Kirby 1 St.40th, Betty Ter C.and Williams George, W.620 McKinney NWI- Repair Shop :, Superb entrej exciting .:.,,..

431 NW 33rd Ave., at, array of salads ;
Fred Pullen, and Irene Hunt.
Heels Attached
., t------ 3:50: p.m. Tuesday at NW 16th 'i; mouthwatering desserts
GENERAL HOSPITAL Ave. and 9th St. I 5 Mins.
November 23, 1964 Joanne Bretz, 837 Panhellenlc .
: : : : t. BIRTHS Drive and Terry J. Sway, 193o Soles Attached Lunn
I Mr, and Mrs. James R. Fort, NW 'th Ave", at 4:31: p.m. Then' Th a luverstt
NO J AT 11:15 NO.4 AT 12:50 4005 NW 21st Terr., a girl; Mr. day at NW 5th Ave. and 17th 15 Mins.At .

$Ij/If5JlIJt?.. ,.. I ... and Mrs. Ronnie P. Durrance, St. I
Ernest F. King, 531.SE 21st Two Locations For your social functions,
r PALMER ''HUr .tlL '..........'. I Place and James R. Madden, 1620 W. Univ. Ave. private dining rooms at no
: C. .' 305 NW 1st St., at 406 p.m. Carolyn Plaza extra charge
: MO\\'i ; Tuesday at NW 2nd Ave. and FR 6-0315 and US. Rt. 441 South
... au4 auoosr \ a11 Et.NW
I w "
3rd St. I' 376-2442
.. 101 N. Main St. ,
... ...,...,.., Susan E. Adkisson, 2010 NW Opp. I it Not'l Bank
... ... 8th Ave. and Pamela M. Quick,i 0
.. .. 6-5211
I bun Want Ads Get Results II 1911 NW 10th St., at 7:56: a.m. 1
'''ft AI.. lit De'IO_ Tuesday at NW 8th St, and 15th I
Ave. ---- -----
Fire Culls

At 10:57 a.m. Tuesday, a car --.,

fire In the unit block of South

' ( 4 Alachun Co. po a 7kPk

The deadline for contest No. 9 will be 8s ,
.. pr'- -*
CorhoratkllsCharterel] ..
1> '

I WED. NOV. 25 f't, 1- ;I .
5 P.M. ; '>" ,

o of Four Alachua County con ,I' '4I/fII"/ 11>' ....
: e wratlons have been chartered ,b A ( v
because; of the many exciting, recently by the Secretary ol Jtl00iBothi' I :"' : ,

traditional tale's office In Tallahassee
football games playedon
Incorporators or subscribers
THANKSGIVING DAY 1 are not necessarily company ofcers .

I .

YOUR THANKSGIVING TREAT Charters were Issued to:
Williams Neon Signs, Inc., of
1020 S. Main St., with 100 shares
oC! common stock at $200 a L!
share. The firm deals In signs
and outdoor advertising and was
.. IVI5PJESIEY1tN Incorporated by Rita K. Williams -
I Fairleigh A. Williams and
3 Arminda M. WillIams.

Louis' Lunch, Inc., at 436 SE ..e f
2nd St., with 100 shares of com-
mon stock at $56 a share. Incorporators -
of the restaurant
were Alfred E. Pennlsl, George
T. Tennlsl and Bennilene Cennlsl .

Gainesville General Electric
Employees' Recreation Assn.,
Inc., Route 441, Hague, a non
owwrrowr ., profit corporation. Subscriberswere
tmunrrt'wwt: aaaurac.r a Chuck Weight, Shirley E.
', aJMeleer TM.myIN. Hutchins and Edwn F Isenhour.
r ee.aro ALL ISE G & J Inc. of Alachua wth 100
shares of common stock at
$100 a share The farming and ..
oW r A tr.R cattle business was Incorporated -
by T G. Alday Jr., James
oo' H. Swick. Martha S. Alday and

Quinnell H. Swick.HOLIDAY Thanks !

aNCrwa aasea rAn GAINESVILLE The magnificent 1965 Cadillac is once again in production.Our .

P'( t'h- ,

already placed their orders. Their patience will soon be rewarded


I w {i iF

f v s J'OjP M I Y p All eleven models! of the great 1965 Cadillac are once warded at It will be for thrwe who take title to dot magnificent

wa T \ ado a : again coming oH the production line-and into ahow- altomobile-e.saly the moat exiting Cadillac
fMa ,5 J\ room.\V regret that production had to be delayed more in hutory Ira new beauty and luxunou Intenon turpajarrrn
a than a month following the announcement of this treat tniditutnal Cadillac standard In many peneoal

j' new car. For we know die inconvenience that it caused options have made it the moat desired automobile of..
t' coN.. the thousands of devoted Cadillac admirer who have time.AIM lea new handling sue matt be npeneaeed to

TECHNICOLOR' ECHNISCOPE' placed their otdcn. But patience Is seldom a* richly re> be belintd. S.e Mol dnoe this gnat oar jaoew


(ted STARTS b JOHN RICH toeerb bI ANTONY LAWRENCE an d ALLAN WEBS G?E So nc\\'I\ So right!So obviously_

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