Gainesville sun

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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 27, 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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Takes the Wheel on County HighwaysBy '.


BILL B4GER The city total, although well of veteran city police safety of. (2)) May S A 43-year old dent on Newell Drive at Radio the car In which she was riding accident occurred when a car-
SUB Staff Writer under the county, stands a t titer Lt. J. E, Conerly: man was killed at the Sunland Road on the University of Florida collided with another vehicle at swerved to avoid another car
Gainesville and Alachua nine ((1) Jan. 25 A 23-year.: old Training Center when his car campus. His car ran out the Intersection of SE 4th Ave which pulled suddenly onto the
a figure unmatched
County motorists are waging a in one-year And If woman pedestrian was killed went out of control on Sunland of gas and went off the road, and 11th SU Driver of the vic highway and struck the vlc-I
city history.
furious highway death battle motorists each while attempting to cross S E.WUliston :. Circle and turned over into I while two passengers were tim's car was charged with tim's auto head-on. Driver of
this year and both alreadyown killing Road at Its Intersection accident back went failure of the which pulled out and
other at the present rate, the' ditch. The occurred trying to push it it to yield the right way car
new records In the driver' with SE 4th Ter. The driver early In the morning. Officers out of control. The driver fell at a stop sign. caused the crash was charged
totals will
hall of infamy. past death grow marks. beyond any of the car was absolved of estimated the car was traveling out and was run over and ((5)) Sept. 11A 70yearold with driving while Intoxicated. '
County auto fatalities thus any blame. Contributing factors 50 miles per hour in a crushed. man died three days after he (8)) Sept. 25 A 53-year-old:
far in 1964 number 35, three First let's review the clty'i were rain, nighttime and :30 mph sone. ((4)) June 20 A 750year old was Involved In a three-car collision man was killed at the intersect -
more than the previous all- fatality reports then analyze dark clothes worn by the vic (3) May > A >>year old woman passenger was critically on Waldo Road just
time high set last year. them through the trained eye tim. boy was killed in a freak acci Injured and later died when south of State Road 225. The See DEATH on Page 10)

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4Lpk From Press Dispatches airport, he pointed out that his neighboring countries. In answer -
<*-iK WASHINGTON Ambassador current trip had not audde n 1 y to questions, he said only
made the bombings more like- that the prospect of broadeningthe
Maxwell D. Taylor who arrived ly. He also denied that he was war that Is, bombing the
here Thursday indicated threatening to quit unless h I 11 Viet Cong's supply lines and
that his return to the capital did proposals for resolving the war training centers even outside I
In of South Viet Nam's borders
South Viet Nam were adopted -
not necessarily mean the United
had always been a possibility.
States! would adopt a more aggressive On his way here, he said, he Johnson and other top administration .
stragegy In Viet Nam stopped briefly in Hong .Kong officials are reportedto
that would Involve the bombing and Honolulu."I have divided feelings about
selected Communist targets. ran into stories which Viet Nam strategy between
e It has been widely reported In seemed to indicate that I was sticking to confining the war
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svcent days that Taylor advo- approaching Washington with almost entirely to South Met
anted such a program and would fixed bayonet In order to put Nam and making some strikesto
f 1 '""Nv4 % Irge its adoption.The through my program," he said. the north.
ambassador flew here "Such Is not the case'* Taylor recently declared that
from Saigon for high. level strategy In addition the ambassadorwould the outcome of the conflict Is
sessions with President not discuss whether ho now "very much In doubt." ,.
toe wu.e n me Iwnt
Johnson and other U.S. policymakers was In fact advocating the .expansion But he said he thought attacks
of the war against the on targets in Red held territory TAYLOR GREETED DY KENNEDY
50.4. al 'I..., Jo.... In answer to questions at the Communist Viet Cong Into (See TAYLOR oa Page 2) Js'o Intention of rwlgnlng.


,'I Sea CollisionStory TV Crime pockets of Rebel Resistance I

Coming As Toll Rises'

UnfoldsNEW T-o aHead Active Congo

a. I
YORK (AP) Nineteen WASHINGTON (AP- row '(AP)' ooo t I Snipers' bullets still
crewmen of a Norwegian tankerare sparked by senatorial charges whistled through SUnleyville
dead or missing from a that crime and violence on television today as government } '
Thanksgiving Day tragedy !In help lesd to Juvenile delinquency > pushed across the Congo ', '
which their vessel was sliced In apparently is comingto after the main rebel force I

two by an Israeli luxury liner a head. "Stanleyville Is under tYr Yf 7 y 1 i
heading out on a carefree Senators have started talkingof but all resistance\ has not
Caribbean cruise. possible new laws to force eliminated," said art o/- {
The collision occcurred 18 d action if the television industry Embassy spokesman I
miles off the New Jersey Coast doesn't "clean Its own house," The city li virtually dp
shortly after 2 '.m. Thursday In as they put it. ed. The Congolese have
dense fog. The' industry, contending the the bush. But snipers are
The stem quarter of the tanker senatorial accusations are exaggerated active and you can sailly
sank In the pall of darkness and In tome cases un- bullet through your head."
and fog Water poured into the warranted, has served notice it Since the US-Belgian
liner's bow compartments, will fight any move toward fed borne operation began -1 ;
which were sealed off. eral censorship of programs. at least 51 foreigner
An air-sea rescue operation The combatants are the Senate three Americans have
was quickly put In motion. subcommittee Investigating slain by the Peking.backed I
Clad variously In nightdressor Juvenile delinquency and the eta The paratroopers
ballroom attire, many of the National Association of Broad- about 1,100 white hostage
cruise llner'i Bit passengers casters, representing the bulk Stanleyville and Paul. c r
raced to decks to watch through of the Industry. In Psullf, which was ..(
the mist The subcommittee has cited a Thursday by Belgian 1a
Eventually 24 of the tanker's number of crimes Including killIngs en, about 100 whites ..
43-member: crew were snatched extortion robbery and evacuation on U.S. C130a.
from the seas, from swamped gang violence by youngster least 170 foreigner i I
lifeboats and from the barely who allegedly got the Idea from brought here from ..
floating forward section of the CAPT. FREUDENBERG television programs.The l A w....."., fe IN SMIOncal
vessel Among them wore a Skipper of Shalomand subcommittee chair
Belgian paratroops
stewardess the lone woman the 11,723-ton Norwegian\ man. Sen. Thomas J. Dodd, D- scouring an lmll in the Congo
aboard and the tanker's cap- tanker Stolt DagalL Conn., has ordered a massive around Psulis for ether '.9
tain. The 629.foot.long, 25,=-1oQ project to monitor every program ers. Anne Marl )In''na, nun victimized by terror In the Congo gestures
Some of the men saved from Shalom bad sailed from New aired in the Washingtonarea The U.s. spokesman laid at the HOUM' \VUom. a rtllglnu order In HruMeU, Itelglum. The sister.
the sea were only partially clad York at 11:IS the night before to get evidence for subs*. evacuation of refugee of her ard'llla the Congo it the hand of the r.hile.!
They were oil-smeared, biaswith after a round of gay farewell quent public hearings. Stanleyville has been "
cold and In some cases Insensible parties on what was to have No date has been announced pletcd. The American Lefevre of Belgium laid In NairobKenya, Prime Embassy compound., No ant
from shock. been a leisurely 10-day. cruise US for the hearings but they are brought a total of 1.I7I ; that Belgian rescue Minister' Jomo "Kmyatt called was hurt. -
Ai time wore on through a the West Indies. expected to get under way well tram Stanleyville\ and In the Congo wilt for attempts to recollt'llelie\ The U... and Belgian embassies
gray dawn the yielded Aboard the sparkling, white before springNAB Congolese and other 5'h ''' warring faction* In the Congo, were stoned In Nairobi
13 bodies. A massive daylong ship were 1,071 persons. They 's Code Review Board, an have airlifted hundred of Belgian! premier (old rt;.* He spnke at the opening of a Kenyi, and the U S., British Mid
of the area finally was
search sundown without included crew members and a organization of nine broadcast ers from the rebel sone. that unless the epersA, meeting of the Organization of Belgian embassies were IU
called off of at six men still miss host of entertainers. No one suffered trs administering Its Code of The embassy said five ) ... brought! to an end African Unity on the Congo larked In Prague
any trace an Injury of any consoquence. fair Practices has scheduled cans remained In run the risk e( pMbl nl.Violent. There was speculation thlt
ing. Involved the it was reported. meetings here Dec. 10.. The trolled areas They are Involved to the Cento'gttv protest against the the rebel would take the oft...
$20-millton The vessels liner Shalom were prideof (See SHIPS f. Page 2)) .,. (Set CRIME II Page t) chanter, who Is believed to ," "*", Western powers continued la live again when tile Belgian"
about II miles from (fee CONGO II rage J)
the Israeli merchant fleet and Ambassador Hipp! Communist and African cptbU -
Its seven-monthMld flagship Is Named Chairman; the village of Cgblta: W. cIIa told the Soviet gov- In Cairo, hundred of African
Osney last reported In In Moscow, kowtnr student burned the USIr.'OTMtlon Mar locket
be, and Mrs. F J. Clam i the Belgian paratrooper;; Agency' Ma f,
Secret Sen ice Of Cancer Crusade Here and her two children jn would be withdrawn e Kennedy Memorial Library anda Shot Put Off
Guard All are connected with the Congo within 41 houebCONGO' Marine barrack In the UJ
To Up Heart of Africa Mission of CAPE KK.V.NKOY, fl. (APTichnlrsl )
President AM Cis. Gainesville businessman Washington, PI. AIRLIFT problem with Ow
On and former football star I Other report said ..,. spacecraft today forest poutponemenl
WASHINGTON (AP) TIle at the University of Florida, hundred whites of other el an attempt ft
has been named Crusade rebel bare ? Alnlrlp itumt Usages MIBef
Chairman el. re
Service win expand Us unties were still missing In launch Mariner 4 b> Mars to
Secret for presidential for the local toll of the Mrthert Congo and (he the Da Wig few*.. rails! was ,*)"( coed H a take pictured and probe scieqtllfic -
machinery protection American Cancer Sodety. (AI ks the ...
significantly b the next paratrooper were planning Ceegd.Y forward prnliM lrCM secret
few months adding 7) gents, The appointment was Y t..1 er rescue: missions before ... (.JM trM>frt sad fighter No new launching date was
as the first step. nounced Tuesday by Dr. .n sag the country this .. plaan Mpowttsg ......* set munedMtely.
Secretary of the Treasury Cofrta prwiident of the 1 ev Reliable reports said the( wkkk bad rie Douglas Dillon said "the basic County Cancer Society at troopers might drop at leyvUe Tw Uy. la a ..lit -hour, l>mlnut* favorable pert.
emphasis win be on more effective organizational meeting f fa M the extern frontier er daybreak strike Wedaetdey.Blt od ending at 12.41 p.... EST la
advance IUd preventive Last year Cox served M .. to he northeast, to >a penirtefer .loaded which, I to fire die Allat-Agena
work by the service as connee- nets and Industry ( / whiles Owe from a'4 Kind ...... ef rtWtatU rocket to achieve the desired
floe with presidential travel as the crusade Cox said that 2)y the heads e f the rebels. ittN wr Pains well as the use of more sophisticated an early organization ud South tl StanleyvBk. .. free while ........ Her. could not be corrected to time;
sqalpnent" recruiting ef lop Iie recapture the tin mining taxes were fkrae t* MaalryvIBe the shot wa called!\ off for tilt.
The Secret Service b under crusade this year staid of Punia. token 1 last week by ... to UepoUvUle kst 4rf.
the Treasury Department.fa the HIM q..t a Mds frrtraimi* troops M .. Air r rre pl..w* Hut The rocket I II to propel H.
anMundng the plans to bee set for the county/, yra Bank pests KanityvlDe.: WaUIIM- Bel.gUe bier 4 acros 2J million\ mile
day Pubis said the koine of 75 He said he planned U Despite !the reports that IfMps oa their merry of space for a brief encounter
additional person would cost immediately m a Beifjaa' paratrooper miscue. with the nd planet next July

spprwautely II5SIDOL (See CANCER ea Page COX mats mare drape + sseae w ..,seen It.Death .

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PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. I I In- -The- .. I %i4 D.Pa Ftm Ui, $UiiF More About I.

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-- CapitolWASHINGTON F -21 I TaylorFrom Page 1 '

(AP) The .ao would probably make thr from North Viet Nam's reglJo

administration plant to ask for Chinese and North Vletname tar military forces and even

legislation making the possession Communist leadership realize from those of Communist China.

of pep pills Illegal. The pills '0 that the conquest It seeks in UK The Soviet Union injected its

I.are becoming a big money itemIn south will become too expensive own warning into the Vietnam

organized crime because of because of impending damage ese situation Thursday but

lack of federal control says 40kla1new i iIhtol in the north. failed lo stir up any concern or

George P. Larrick, commissioner The ambassador Is reportedto even very much Interest in government -

| of the Food and Drug Admin- rmm believe that such attacksnight quarters here.A .
istration. t statement by the Soviet
C thus compel the Hanoi
Arrests for possession of the Tsss declared that
news agency
reconsider its policiesand
pills can only be made now U htusnlngpir- 6OrI..rEil' persons who "harbor sdvenIturous .
into negotiations on
the federal agents can prove the L1Ussfl" ...... plans" for Southeast Asia
k.esaeJ favorable to South
terms more
pills moved across state boun \ "should understand that the Soviet -
I Ibeused
I fl.lI... "ason Lemi r.ltvlll" IxJIMIM to. Viet Nam than are now considered -
Indifferent -
daries. _ _ '. ., .. ., possible. Union cannot

Larrick said attracted blgtime racket-- lendltodea N. iaie.te-. ,.t .,,1t Least ......;, Another benefit Taylor Is believed to the fate of a fraternal
eers are being to the Socialist country and Is ready to
pep pill trade by the lure of to see In strikes to the I render the necessary assist
north Is that they might a
large profits.! The pills can be WEATHER FORECAST Showers are due Friday night over parts of Pacific ance." .

bought for $1 a thousand and coast with snow due ovej northern Plateau and parts of Plains snow, heartening effect upon elements militaryand In Johnson and Taylor are expected -

peddled for 9 to 10 cent! a pill, showers in upper Mississippi valley and snow mixed with rain in Lakes area anti-Communist to meet Sunday or Mon.

I he said. and northern Maine. It'll be cooler In north and central Atlantic coast states. the south has day after the President returns

-a_ Larrlck discussed the pep pill Plains and Plateau and warmer in Lakes area Ohio and Tennessee valleys and Government Instability from his extended visit to his
of the most
problem Thursday on .a radio parts of Mississippi valley. been for months one Texas ranch. Advance word was
Interview sponsored ny jneAFUTO. serious problems In South that. Johnson would play an active -
Weather Nam. Though Taylor praisedthe
Roundup role in the discussions
"courage and determination" -
policy decisions.
preceding any
WASHINGTON (AP) A of the new civilian premier

submarine that can fly Is the Tran Van Huong authorities -

Navy's newest dream. .It has here say the situation will Sabbath ServiceSabbath

design studies to lee If such a get increasingly desperate unless

combination Is (feasible. the new regime can demonstrate services will be held

What the Navy would like to ZONES > It can command and enlist tonight at I p.m. by the Congregation -

have In the event of a war A Portly .loudy MId mild ttirof-h. support from such politically B'Nal Israel I t
tg Kit m
lAP Wlropfioto
I with the Soviet Union :. Is a Silurdiy.Hlghnt tdurooy Low,,l M Ionian M ft. Hi a-s ... } powerful groups as student the synagogue, SW Second

Dieters smallish submarine that could B C Fair, through Satur and Buddhists. Place and SW Second T e r-
Space such large Inland bodiesof Against these benefits of a race.
fly to day. High today near 70. Low '
water as the Black Sea and tonight 45 to 50. Variable \ possible escalation or step- "enTIcl TO CONTP.ACTOPU

Four college men who lived for six week on as- Caspian Sea and then plop back winds 5 to 12 miles per hour. E up of the war the President O"ICI ROAD PIPAP.TMINT 0' THU ITATI

tronaut food as they looked Just after finishing the Into the water to prey on Soviet D hit through "'urd.", Hlglt and his advisers must' T.IKhMMO. PlorldoNovombor
Research Laboratoriesof "..., how It, Low tonlgm M to ... II .ItMCONITIUCTION
text at the Aerospace Medical ships. It would be almost impossible V..i.bIWIt.d. S ,O II nlloi por hour I'' weigh the possibility that suchmoves ANOMAINTINANCI
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, to get a conventional submarine I f Pole through Stturd.v. H' ntodoy may provoke responses MOaUAMI
.. ol th.lino .
or..nd.7S. tow tonight M t. IS.VorlMlo .11d bwi will bo rocolvo
Ohio The four went all week without a shave or a Into such seas during a wind I to II mil., por four. Rood Domrlmont 0"'.... Room
each. Clockwise from topre a Fair ttiraugh Soturdoy. Hlglttodiy H\ m Moll.nd' lulHIIng" ''','''_, PlorIdo -
bath) and were paid $1,000 war. Mir 71 Low tonight, Mi hvlond More About trom eudlllod ContrKlon until 10 M
Robert D. Trepp 22 of Lake wood, Ohio; John Its development would be M noor M M Irw __ Northoolorly AM. fll.T.1 on PrMoy, ... mutt _., of
> .'_ I to II mllM por hour Oocombw tOSS for .,. followkig, woO
Riche 21, New Philadelphia, Ohio; Daniel M. Tosira ["both complex and laborious" H I Colt, through toturdoy. Hlgltlodoy -5PmoS ,,.-
BACJISHonor iwr M Low 'or" win toP lit It.... lot..
22, Bradford Pa., and Vince Mixle 21, McKees says a Navy aircraft engineer NorthuiLriy wind, r':11': ,hU. ShipsFrom "'.. ... lltur niOr. It It'. lImo frSttsbdI. ....
In article We tora .. ..otsjgGAINESVILLE .
!Itotkfl Pa.ILANS. Eugene H. Handler an CourtChancellor PcSiV ckludy lII..oh. 500,5..!. ALACHUA COUNTY PIOIKU AID
dealing with the lying sub Hint, lad" o.r 00 Low Scright, id. WEATHER CONDAIIV MO.IICTI NOS HKII
TOUR WHAT'S UP? "US. Naval 70t o, 'h. ..._ 50_ Inl.nd,, 1 AND "'" JOM NOt. Mtt-lIM
In the magazine At N''orl 'ncI.' I I. IS mU.. pse Municipal Airport readings Page ANO MM IM>. .a ... tolwoon Itlon4Work ,
Alfred vowed that he Institute Proceedings." Handler too,. 0r500 .04 -tt, IIlnlll .0 H.m.
Harold Wit- Krupp for 24 hours to S a m. today:
S Prime Minister ...
C; P.rUy cloudy WwuoO SOur- nntlott of nmtrvcllnf < -!
to visit several major .would never manufacture arms called for a careful examination I UF Is Named d.,. HIOh ......, n.., 10. Low Ionl""" High 71 at 4 pm: low 43 at The tanker whose home portis dlvloooiKlllrf of ..... Mate .,....
ton plans I It to 71. Nor".ly .1_ I It (5 log, I''iV LlmOfoeK I... cite Typo I
Idea Is shelved.
Inbound for New
capitals of allied Europe i again when he left a U.S. war before such an Joel Sachs of West PaIrs mllli por hour. 7 am Rainfall: None. Oslo, was Corn turt CM. Sod HMor CM i sL5seussI ALMANAC! ark N.J., on a voyage from 0 bolI, (cole oo*. N. culVl', sotmdratis.dmot4rlps0rutw.o
early next year In an effort to crimes prison rr' The Beach a Junior In the University HIM Low pnclp, Sumo* ......, ... I.Mom.lunrlM ontfKlKonlol
WASHINGTON (AP) JockionvlllgTontM ... Philadelphia. Her tanks were 80 .
understanding and support in Germany 13 .7 aMlllni tomorraw 7:OS elms LOM'H f IM mlloo.Woo.
Tilly 1 Interior Department Is concerned of Florida's College of Law, 17 71 M_'.. tomorrow 1.00 ..m. cent tiled with a of RolMt Minimum' .lOS ,.... torM.
K the international policies olBritain's years ago. Recent I has been appointed Chancellorof n II N Otc.1 per cargo ProlocttU Inclwttd kl Hill Not 1,1
additions about the survival of 50 AllontpNow .2 oo .iToHTHT ITA vegetable oil Hull) bo II.U ..of Hour.
Labor party govern- of birds and the Honor Court by Student Orli.nloilon 71.' 5Ios. .1 SM tau', II ItOOtrISO, A OtMrwtty" .f M 'lotl 500eoe
to the Krupp or more kinds 56 47 .10 VIIIILI PLANITIMirt As the two plowed through the porcont (I porcont) of tile 10'.,
mont. mammals that may be facing Body President Ken Kennedy. NoY.-k 17 dl stom coOt 4:5: pm.Jultlr foggy murk on what was to be a Aelu.1, Ha M "". twin .. .)_ S Ct,,.
Informants, who reported his empire have Sachs will take over his new WoiMngtmDonvor ii aChleOM .00 .sst "II ,.... II... chock C.." ...'. cMck buSt compo
aroused the extinction. It is asking conservation 02 31 CI.... II:SI I.". collision course, neither apparently rt* troowrafi chock. Porte stop wtynotlonol
tfins in London Thursday night, to help it a post Dec. U when tI1ancell Ian K.; .. City a 31 v....., "... ... .. 4.SI ..... had or II.,. bonk, or o lurMy lid
d definite arrangements question about groups prepare Gerald Richman of Miami I I 45 :t6 CIOA sly TIDIIIKurdiy any impending sense Bond, cods .....b.. to Itw Oovornor Mmo
no PI. Worth Lu G ..... ..... ,
list of the threatened species so High a t:a Sod of danger even though both of flofldo mutt iccomponyOKk
-is yet been made. his having sec- Beach graduates.As Los AngologS..IIK 12 II II:I* ,.... Low ot ):51 ..... mt tin OM. A chock v Croft M ., omounfthon
ond thoughtsabout special protective measures can a a MMAIINC ,..... were equipped with radar Os flvo porcont (i porcoM) ot ...
Honor Court chancell o r,| "..CAIT undoy High it II:HI m. tnd ocHi.1 bid will .....11..... ,lit Old Inouumo
devised. declinedto
the vow. be Sachs will be judge and general -I lAST our wIMf I .to II It a ,m. Low ol .SO ..... Sod 4:JS Their captains later ,,_.. Ouorwily" ..coo.. ton ....
Two of his Some of the species listed knoll through loturdoy. Cue'. ,..m.I comment on circumstances tort (ig ..."..." .0 tile Doplrtmwiti'oitlm.l.
new Krupp administrator of the UnIversltY'1 ., It will M nduc4 outom.llcilly.

companies have the potential to Thursday art the by California the department condor, Honor System.He I Five Day Forecast preceding Suddenly the the collision.rending crash to ton POftOfil.. .illmolo 110 porcont. Ortlflotf) of IN chockioholl Doptrtmonl. -

supply arms to West Germany's was chosen for the job because hov. ( ... of 'lor"" .'! OKumixitory '
Atlantic salmon Florida ever Temperatures will average Lows range from 45 to 55 In the! occurred with the Shalom's llomoo .orlKho lid' ton. Mini

army. glade kite, attwater's prairie continue"lIe Is the the best fine man traditionof who near normal. Normal highs north 55 to 60 In the south and t bow slicing Into the tanker. [conform Ito. -to tal UO INrINOsS Pom 1140)wIN(In tilt. ,No.poool *.

TURNS 7 .chicken, black-footer. ferret, can I range from 70 to 75 In the north near 70 In the Keys. No rain ol Some of the tanker's crew, ,- ...
competent and dedicated All work 1 II to bo do I In Mcordwictwild
American Ivory-biiled woodpecker and horn 75 to 80 In the. south. consequence is expected.@b.ttuartc were flung from their bunks Into I m. Plo.., '-" .> .nd
service which our recent chancellors -.--- ''SPOCUI PVmliioni ... .
Caroline Kennedy Is 7 yean I *io whooping crane. the Icy ocean. They found themselves ., Dwortm.nlPlon. lilt. Ro d

old today-two day after her have begun Ken ntdy fighting for life without ........ 'ro ,,.' Form, miy bo

brother John turned 4. Mere About sail Presently!. the attorney general an Instant's notion of what had,' IpwchoMtf opMlcotlon by to OUOIIIM Hill oHIco Controctort tor Ml M upon por
Ml e.tro MM of Ploni, for prowcllv.Mdd .
They live with their mother, of the Honor Court, Sachs happened. .n .... plan' for _......... ntoy

Mrs John FV Kennedy a New Cancer is a member of Florida Blue I Some took to lifeboats while, bo tor purchmol thoM doomtonn tar tNM MMUM nor .wt.. tflrocird Ordori'

York City apartment. Key men's leadership honorary, 'unorel 'II8.m.n'" otis lysIldo' ,11I( bs ....d o.dr 'uno,1I Stotics5,1S 10 others Including Capt Kris-' I. tho nglnoor' of Controctl with chockiP.VMHO
5595.BENJAMIN. Lisa Bendorsen. remained with, to._HM llolo *Md Dop.rtmnt ol
and on the editorial board of/ llurgoo IMHJ IIWO
WINS VOTE 1URFIELD Survivors Include his widow, the forward section that included -;:dI..t=Ts,. No nfwMI win, M
the Florida Law Review a
From Paso 1 Benjamin Earl Barfield 50, Mrs. Irene B. Webster; three the tanker's bridge.At moss) ,
law out bya Tilt rigH" It mono* t* mOot
quarterly journal put my
Mayor Willy B r I cdt of launch all crusade activities.The select of law students of 1110 NE 5th Ave., died of an I[daughters, Mrs. Mushier Mrs I I 2:23 a.m., the tanker sent 5 .11$ bId,.

West Berlin has been overwhelmingly American Cancer Society Sachs is group the son of Mr. and: apparent heart attack Thursday Claude Pepper, Miami; a a d'an SOS message. Moments laterit sTATS aOAO'LO.IOA b.PNTN5eToe

re-elected national Is spending over $60,000 In Mrs. Manuel Sachs, 389 Church-! afternoon at Alachua Goner a I Mrs. Thomas Lansing S n yder, asked the Shalom to stand by coo JOHN,,..I...'H'LL'' .
chairman of the Social Hospital.He Miami and Clearfield! Pa. two and JAY W. g OWN.
|Af Wlmhoto to tOO to*, opposition Gainesville this year on a national -hill Road West Palm Beach : give aid. Hot. .
The Rev. Joseph Tucker of Democratic Party state and local basis. I was supervisor of the mill sons, M. B. Webster Coral The Coast Guard flashed an (_) ii:at Hlghwiy u:4lAIPIILB Inglnoop'

:iprlngtleld, Mo., was one of This amount Includes funds department of Wood Products Gables; and Clyde L. Webster alert for a possible "major'

JO bounCes killed la the Cono The re-election Thursday spent for research and medical Venezuelan Co. He came here two years 'Arlington Va; a brother John marine disaster" For a time <,

rebellion. He was an Asicmblles strengthened .Brandt's leader scholarships at the University of ago from Lake Wales and wasa 'Albert Webster LuPine Ala.; there were fears the liner might
; of God missionary. ship for next fall's general elec- Florida and cancer control programs Students To I member of the Lake Wales eight grandchildren and three be in danger too. Coast Guard ; tUN rq\LI i

tion campaign against Chancellor by the local county unit. Observe UF Baptist Church. great grandchildren. ships planes and helicopterssped ;

SlAY WED Ludwig Erhard and his Cox performed as an All- Survivors Include his widow, Funeral services were held' for the scene. : .ft D..o. S "

Christian Democrats.MEDITATES. Five Venezuelan student leaders Alice C. In St. .. '
1 Southeastern Conference guardfor Mrs. Barfield; two Wednesday Petersburg. .
% Th magazine Oggl reporter the Florida Gators in 1959 will be at the Universityof daughters Mrs. Joyce R o y al, : More About .
that New York friends o F. KEISTER IAP.L -
He is manager of the Cox Furniture Florida Dec. 1 4 In a further Gainesville; and Mrs. Byron Puiwol nnlctt tar M,. lorflold. 0,0
Menry Ford H and Mini : WILLISTON M. F. Keillor as cobmot mMor. Wood. .
Austin they wll I Gen Kong La. leader of the Store. He Is married to attempt to observe their Campbell Savannah; three ,70, died Thursday In Folkston, 0.'_.'"., will bo hold Com.Pony it I
Christina lay the former Nancy Ayers. They counterparts on campuses in sons. Ernest L. Barf I I. I d 0m.. M Iwtrdoy, Novmbor M
be married before Christmas. neutralist Laotian army, will this Ga. He lived In Douglas, Ga., CongoFrom "" .1 Jonol Johnion Ch.... win R...
have three children. country. Gainesville; and Billy J. Bar- Oon. K.."' poolor Iwm SMo ...
Tbe article, by Benedetti a spend next week In Buddhist The group Is part of the student field and William K. Barfield but taught school for many 5100. Church' nndvctlni mo ....Ie...
said "Three I years In this area before moving M'. Il"** "* "<"'* .. '"'
: person
JJogcs, retreat.i. Army, AF leaders program of the both of Lake Wales; two sisters N *., ._llit OM Thun-
very clone to Ford gave this tffs. Bureau of Educational and Cultural ; to Georgia Page 1
Maria Christina herself con i. The 33-year-old: general! a devout GraduatesDue Affairs for the U. S. Department Mrs., Mrs.J. P. J.Lewis W. ,Woodard both of Hialeah and I He was a past principal of .-...rI- ..-"H..._H.lIoI..- ..... .. _ront

firmed It, although not expllcltl;y Buddhist, shaved his head of State. his father the Cedar Key Branson Chief. paratroopers are withdrawn this .

tu New York, where she live sand changed his uniform for Honors The Venezuelans have been field' ;, Hialeah; three, WHC.grandsons Bar- ,land high schools and taught In weekend. Premier .Molse |I 5grtrs.MR1 N JONNII sc,..MAC.. s._"SS
robes three days after the Levy County school system -Tshombe's white "
jrrtcr leaving M:Ian for good. ago In the United States since Oct. and two granddaughters mercenariesand -*" /I. 5o4 5. t. reS:
Air Force and Army Reserve for 20 before moving ..., Cl.'O
Ford and the former Anne MeDonnell :. spending night meditating al The I 21 observing governmental processes years supporting Congolese army LL ,?JLm! Swc Ta" 000>
were divorced last Fet.. cave It was reported today In' Officer Training units ol and meeting political EDITH WELCH to Georgia. troops did not appear to have bTtS.1!?1 J1!:? Coor."* aurlot imor WIH Mo dk bo

Vientiane. I' the University of Florida will I leaders.: Notice has been received of Survivors Include his widow sufficient strength to consolidate jocnoil. M of HughM 4 thwwyl ._"

Wary.- .- -- go on .review.!Dec.Sto.. honor-: A Brazilian food technology the death of Mrs. Edith Harrison -Mrs. Juanita Reddick Keister; the rapid gains they have N. 2.. dill' AUf CISN, Oolmoyllio 005 "", *01.0' .0 N.520.
graduating Air force Ina Welch. 79 in two ions Henry Lee and Dana' made across a vast of the _.0f. n. too M homo onor o krM
About group composed of 23 professors McRae, Ga. area Cl 101,, C!,.'* ... bom .. July
: Morc Army seniors. students Interpreters on Nov. 21. all of Douglas. northern Conge. Cod It. lOll to ",....ull. Ct, .., 5'd

More than 3,000 ROTC students -and a technical leader, will be She was the mother of Tom In addition to 38 white hostages 55t5 o.o ClOd III w.OIl.UIt. S esm5s lor..u It toots FIrS

I = CJ41JIleFrom will\ begin the graduation here Dec. .. C Welch of Gainesville. Mrs. UF to Offer reported killed in Stan- cen IttI'.. Ctirca,

parade at 10:30 a.m. The group will tour the Department Welch had visited here often leyville the rebels battered at I'll.1' *'"*.,,ALMA. -eo.AiB, P.
StudyThe 05m) .
Tropic lOt
The receiving official will be of Food Technology and had many /friends. least 21 whites to death in Pau- 5,0.0. M, ('51.11.Mr.,AM.SOotf)5tt LloMro....
Pane 1 University Vice President of University of Florida Is lls, 230 miles northeast of Stan- TsI0b.. Co. WIN bo how ot II IS
and Nutrition as part of a nationwlde AM. SO PrISSy. womb.. n ,
subcommittee's Get 27 report to can and does police itself effectively -academic affairs Robert B program.Breakfast. TIIOfAWE: TER one of 10 universities which will leyville before a force of 267 0 Sotlss. )_ ****. FWMTO CIMOM.INS

lie Senate contended that televised strives to Improve Its Vlautx, who is also a colonelin ST. PETERSBURG Thomas. be providing course work and Belgians seized! the city: Thursday Port -cop to... to diNe"SoSccof",, .. teSmoolal N0ot's

excessively featuring -standards and will resist ..nyIIOvl'rnmen' the Air Force Reserve. SetThe Pleas Webster 90. father of' research opportunities on the after a brief skirmish in HAU,1.7000t50 0555 F00,5, _$ -_If es.o..uto.
programs Is Invited to the Mrs. William F Moshler .... .Y Fsocos soto
crime violence and bru- regulation of the The public and tropics at an eight-week course which one paratrooper was lot 05,1. MooOu sqo OS will to
parade on the Air Force drill North Central Baptist: grandfather of Lynn Moshier ofi on Tropical Forest Ecology In killed. 5015 55 I 35 M. oo aotuy. N5sctor
factor in content of Its /I. 130.4 II All... .
are a proved programs.He C0.l A. dl I.
fJUjy although said such legislation field adjacent to the football Church Brotherhood will havi I i Gainesville died Monday In St. San Jose, Costa Rica beginning Ground fire damaged four of ""'" wm ,a.... I. i. WW
juwnlle delinquency any field. its monthly brotherhood fellowship -. Petersburg ISL"* ITJ! ?* _1tI 0l4 bo 50
practice I It Feb. L the U.s. .
seven planes that .
one. would violate constitutional carried i EZjT*" oos" nttlo
the only .
npt breakfast at the Howard t lie was a retired citrus brokIf The Organization for Tropical the Belgians. ".,. k Choitnut p-giwol tomS

_"The patience of Congress, ''and guarantees of the of freedom. of speech Hoys to Visit; ; [Johnson restaurant at 7::30 Sun-, and served as a librarian Studies will have Dr. Paul One of those killed In Paula s_NSowSSo j&yuFs

though considerable Is not endless press.I.ocal :Jay morning. with the Maritime Service. Richards author of "The was the Rev Joseph Tucker of sxvsrrsisussz:
," the report said In Power Plant I Cod ROM. M .
NurseIn Tropical Rain Forest, as Its Springfield Mo., the third --. Hit Sprtw pj >

warning."Howard H. Bell NAB code U.S. PostMiss Members of the Boys' Club PKY Chorus to Present course organization lecturer la composedof I American reported killed this SOSINSOs Mil" .*Tf pw..
and class. The week The ethers were medical y Mtfc RilinjonImny. .<. .. sos
director told by telephone electronlc3 electricity 00 Ia c. ,
a reporter Florida as well as Costa Sm ROM .NSo II.
missionary Paul Carlson
from New York City the Lucille T. Mercadante, will make a field trip to the of --C,.. N
of California 5o000 .
University turlol _
Rica the ft* w ko 55.
subcommittee report made a director of Nursing Services at City Power Plant Tuesday with"'Bye, Bye Birdie' Dec. 5 ,Harvard. Kansas, _Louisiana -Rolling Rise of Hills Cincinnati, CalL.Ohio and Phyllis Protestant cI :'z __,-... StIOlIS 0 _
Dr. Vincent Learned a
number of unwarranted allegations -the University of Florida Hospital -Instructor State, MiamI Michigan,

Including one that many and Clinks, has been tappedfor There were 34 boys at th 11nek's The P. K. Yonge Chorus will ited performance She had Southern California and Wash- died b mission worker Both I

broadcasters seem to violate the the American Nurses Association Initial class Pl'fSfntBye, Bye Birdie1 on part In last year's production al IDem Stanleyville. Gainesville Sun
code with Impunity.The Special Committee Gn Boys :attending the orientation December S at I. 13 In the school "Brlgadoon With their hands tied Tucker'I- PlAlIIsht4 evcoiet s smespe

subcommittee praised the Nursing Service. session were Ronnie Thames auditorium. Under! the direction Thanks nut and at feast It other whites, Sorurehjy. end Sundoy nwnw
The of ,
Tim Carter Billy part Kim Macaffe Is were beaten to death with clubs! '! toes bv flOe Gainn ilk< PubCoifwoxy -
code's content but said It was Her appointment Is for a two- Dale Henderty of Edward Carwlthca. the played by Jackie Colson. lliOu-. ot 101 Sf

poorly enforced and that many year period beginning Jan. 1. Underwood Roger Kennedy chorus has been practicingsince has been in past productions Jackie No Thanks and botues at a Dominican mis. !I 2nd hens Go....**.HIo.) FVarldd

violators continued to display 1963. Lester Burch Tom Wood, Jeff school began several I the chorus and of When Eunice B. Carter tin lion. Jeaa Degott, honorary end ontojrod M ceni clog'

the NAB "seal of fair practice" The committee which develops -Grant, Bob Richardson, Stephen months ago.Walter 01 tt-yeewM Klro plays the part NX 22nd: St discovered her Belgian Paula said'I CpjwgwUI motto* M,It flortda.eiacuuTioN* foot.. Ofx .t

in advertising which supposedly standards for nursing services Martin, Ben Martin David Km-- Comerford. who plays extremelyweB. purse bad been stolen Wednesday -the rebels b recent weeks bad i'

attests compliance with the and devises" and recommends vetS, Gary Nealy Josephine the pert of Albert Peterson, has 0Steea the bad little hope ef recovering -slaughtered about 4,000 Congo I sum ITCAS1IU
Kenny OR
methods for Implementing lightower Duane Lansberry (Conrad Bird- ItI contents lese who were aot sympathetic MAIL
.code. had a great deal of experience Ie) the It and I Wook .45
plays ot
Bell denied that enforcementof these standards selects It too Eliadw. John King with musical productions. H* B-roH part the rock- n In cash and a gold witch to thtlr ClUII. | I M ". $S.hAa

the code U Ux He laid many membership from leaden In th harles KI a (. David Barry tarttclpated In the chorus' pro- nerve. linea.Ith His experience dash and ahwd at 11501 At Stanleyville rebel snipers mm* A cr'aMor rnmrMpmtar

radio. and television stations [field of nursing across tb ant Greathou, Dar1 Great jetton\ of -The Music Man' a part b "Brixadooaand Includes But Tbaobgivlnc Day. an were still holed ap to the upper be MI4I to 1Ifwonn.

have lost their right to di.ipla; United States. us*, Mark West Mack Tyner md had the lead part In last with the several alert pedestrlaa spotted the stories 0I1IuiJdia The rebels. t* MOO limou) of

Qe seat and that the Industry ipking Miss Mercadanle who hf I flit Leerned. Jim Del u," ear's production of -8 r II.loon. yeen chorus. ;,pun la a Md at SE sob A... controlled a dock: area acrou 0M-...-.

steps to sharpen thting. been with the University's I Itnn \\1 ttlnItOll, Danny John ." The public Is Invited to theperformance. and Ha St. The punt was rt the Congo River from the city's 0

( Hills& Miller Health Center sir 'IV Eddie: Willis Wallace New Louise Bill (Bnae AI e t ul) [ Tickets are STaO- turned to Mn. Carter: Tie main business KcUoa and nerctnary 0t -c-.w.of W.lei ON00S0000 INS Us.sroo ..

Bell said the Industry duet not 1951, II also assistant dean ( nib Jon Martin Bill Mew MI added sparkle to the whole I able from any chorus member. money and watch bad beta reBMvtd. pilots were blasting u -. -.. --. .. .... .
claim it is perfect, but that II. the College of Nursing. .udh; Gimlet !Let, Rosenberg voductioo because 01 her spir![or at the ticket bos.) with rockets and machine ... 55 IN -05

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November 21, 1954 Gainesville/ Sun J
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Reveal Cover-Up Ineptitude in Top Echelon I I Fat Overweight(AdWlliement) '

Ava"lobl"* to you without a doctor IpreKriptlon
our product colledOdrine
By CLARK MOLLENHOFF .. .. .. Yew mutt taw ugly fat
-- year ago which called attentionto Mary! of State John P Reilly and were forced to resign. Secretary!Cup' conversations of U S diplomatic ; or your money bock Odnne It
Cowles Washington Bureau the Information on Hill's cone its assistant David Bclisle, who of State Rusk has permitted Be- personnel a arty loblft and toiily wallow
WASHINGTON, D. C. The Otcpka Slipped ,fd Get "d of ..c." tot and live
Figure duct.
took in discussions the State De-
part of a lisle to remain on Capitol Hill sources state I -ng.', Odtine0 cools $ .OO ond
hidden microphones in the wallsof That letter which Dodd band plan to put a listening device on pal relent payroll\ despite this,I that the Internal Security Sub old en ibis guarantee: If not
the new U. S. Embassy In On delivered to Rusk also charged Otepka's telephone to find out false and Inaccurate testimony I committee will conduct further .,,.11.<1 for any __. just r..
Warsaw Poland, paned Embassy Bugging that the derogatory reports on what he was telling the Senate under oath. I Investigation and hold hearings tiit the package to your dn ,_e
d bill!i bocce
jet moneyo
through an Inspection by i high-. Hill were not made a part of Internal Security Subcommittee. Hill has left Washington Two on the Inadequacy of the Inspections I' '" ''IOU'
level State Department electronIcs his security file, but were keptin Reilly and Hill took part In months ago, Reilly was hired asa In the U S. embassies thin, uiMranti$ by _-
expert In 1962 It has been bassador John Moors Cabot Inspection trip that Included the in Moscow and Warsaw I'VIRAL sloe TTOeeM 0. $05-
private file of one of his placing a listening device onOtepka's lawyer for the Federal Com, YIISITT MAIL OP.DIP.I PMAW
learned. was reported to have presented Frankfurt, Germany, Warsaw, superiors telephone and more munlcatlons Commission 1 t I I

Congressional sources "have a protest to the Polish foreign Czechoslavakla, and Moscow. It was stated in the letter to than a dozen conversations I despite the untruthful and de-

been Informed that In the springof ministry that the wiring was The derogatory reports concerned Rusk that civil service investigation \ were recorded, one of which I ceptive testimony under oath. UNITARIANUNIVERSALISTEFELLOWSHIP

1962 Elrser Dewey Hill, "a flagrant violation of the Hills excessive 'drinking was not appraised of the was of,special Interest to Hell At the lime that the Senate

then -MI chief electronics expertIn Immunity of our embassy pre m- breaking glasses, .and oth- existence of this derogatory Information ly, according to later admissions Internal Security Subcommitteewas =

the State Department' Security ises" er questionable conduct at private about Hill, who explortn Hill's handling of =
Division, made a personal The State Department had no parties and In night clubsin SPEAKER DR. DAVID CHALMERS
was then holding one of the However under oath, Reilly the Otepka rase, there was no
examination of the new U. S. comment on how the devices Warsaw. three highest posts in the State hill\ and Belisle, all denied that knowledge that two of the emtassy's SOCIAL SCIENTIST U of FLORIDA TH

Embassy building with some were discovered, and nothingwas Senator Thomas E. Dodd, Department security division hey had taken part In the wiretap examined by Hill on TOPICi THE RECORD OF THE 21

new electronics detection equip. said about the lack of an Dem., Conn., vice chairman of After that cover up of pertinent on Otepka's line or had any 'tis controversial Inspection trip KU KLUX KLAN -'

ment. adequate Inspection during the the Senate Internal Security information involving Hill :nowledge of It. When they were were bugged Since that timeIt -

It Is reported that Hill, who construction stage and immed- Subcommittee, delivered a let-'Hill was made a member of finally forced to admit that It has been revealed that both All Who Are Interested Are Welcome .:

has since resigned from the iately afterwards ter from the committee to Secretary the three man team, Including was done and that all three the Moscow and the Warsaw 11 A.M. Sunday, Nov. 29 1204 N.W 10th Art

State Department, rejected the I Hill, who was In charge of -of State _Dean Rusk a former Deputy Assistant Secre-, knew about It. Reilly and Hill embassies Mere wired to pick:
suggestion of a more experienced ,electronics, resigned a year ago
subordinate that there be a after admitting that he. gave
physical examination made of I false testimony to. the Senate Ili'I' I ulll lllllllllln) IIIIIIIiu oH rtylIIII,; NI t.MS' 1m !" !" :I1UIUIIIIUUlIIIII, '=:

the embassy walls. I Internal Security Subcommtt Ill ;

According to Information from I tee In denying that he had puta t I I I IMPORTANT .. --

reliable Informants, Hill s aid wire tap on the telephone ".,.. a. -
the new electronic detection of chief security evaluator OttoF IIII I i I II I'i' ;' Hill :;'::: lIlIhnlllltll'llllllllllll' =

equipment was all that was Otepka. I

necessary and that it was not I I Hill! .was a member of the I I -

necessary to break Into the I three man group that assumed i I COAT PURCHASE!
walla as was suggested. command in the State Department -

As a result of the reliance on Security Division in -

the Hills electronic detection 1961, and tried to fire Otepkaand

equipment, now proven to be demote or sidetrack a group '
Inadequate to detect the Com of old line security officers who 11'AJ

munist microphones the U, S. associated with Otepka.

Embassy was "bugged" from ; Hill't conduct on the trip In

the time of its occupancy In 1962 'which he Inspected the U. S. Can Wear NOW Thru Spring!

until October 7 when the State Embassy In Warsaw has been Shop 9 a.m.-9

Department broke Into the walla the subject of some controversy p.m

after obtaining Information' In the hearing on lax se-
through intelligence sources curity operations in the State I HOHDIlf 1HSU SATURDAY LAMINATED ACRYLIC KNITS.0M'

that ,our embassy In Warsawwas Department. I
filled with hidden listen- : During the course of those w JR. PETITES MISSES' SIZES

ing It devices was not until Nov. 2 that Security hearings,Subcommittee the Senate Internal has taken II III.tlll I 1 1i I+

the that State It Department had discovered announced the- and testimony May 1962 that, was Hill the In subjectof April tills I I ,,,, ll ,,, ullul lll I l I III I IIIIu Ia I lu i I ( I Ii I III II II 87 It/am JttlkttlijM :

wired microphone system in the several highly critical reports V, A fabulous/ group to choose from

wall of the new embassy. Am- because of bin conduct on the r- I L J J Double breasted with velvet club

y ,r, collari! Acrylic solid crepes reverting

z' to with matching urnbrella.le -
f pretty
NormalAt R'# == Sailor "look
Back to : Boy with controlling

_- g_ : braid) Cardigan style with

x _y- braid'trim patch pockets) Many morel

;r e Featherllgrtt yet to warm! Bonded0 -
'Mine" PrisonPETROS .
they never lose their shapel Huge

color choice! In 5-13 and 8 to 181

Tenn. (AP) -. Ex- !at the Brushy Mountain State
cept for a slight revision In the Prison ts result of an IS-houi

policy of handling prisoners'mail sit-down rebellion by 134 coal 10.

nothing has changed muchNOTICI mining Inmates. 110 1
OP tALI I Harry Avery state corrections .

TO You WHOM>.. IT....MAY.... Mtlllod CONCIP.NI Hut tie following commissioner, after con" to'
motor vohklei' lfl Ford MB :erring for nearly two hour d
Cu.700 wb le ....COAOIOI4JS at I .'clock will on tho bo kit KM(.."' !with the rebels Thanksgiving
j) DKOmMr. ,.... .t NOM Imim Autofpilr Day returned to Nashville.
CraM City. PtorMo. TM proetMi -
mill to mlM tint Officials said' li
of Iho HIO everything
to me ,.."'.., of t0. coin of rotMIno .
'back to normal" at the prison
.tor", sod Mlo of Mid motor toDltlo
one: the tool of 505,000010M and that no disciplinary actlor -
notko of mo sod *> to mo Mlltfoctlon -
of ttte botonce duo w>dor the con will be taken against those who
trod will Wine ilmmom PO ton Ml.
Cron City flo covorlne We flnonclne revolted. Ol/
of Hid motor vohklo. Any ourpliio wilt The rebels were scheduled U
will ramelnIMblo
M Mid M you one you A
undtr fold tor .HntC1.Commertla." Mlonce. romilnmf wiped ,return to the mines today, along r N
Crodlt CorporationPO ;with three mine foremen the] : J1'f
lol 1710Osle.w1114 Plorldeom held hostage during the Wednesday >

> 0035 protest demonstration
IN TNCOUST 0' you COUNTYJUDO Commissioner Avery sod
IN PHOeATI ,Warden John Wlnsett agreed tc
the to mall I '- R
THOMAS MARSHALL IIMPSON permit prisoners 'I f COL'
NOT d OP PILINO PITITIONPOO. four letters per week Instead ol = c= _-"' SIBLESI I VELLE1
FINAL OlSCHUOI only three as In the past. And I
.lo horow IIWM not wo liovo Winsett said the number ol
iliad our INS ....m. of coexocutorfto wouldbe L-r120
of outgoing letters
, .... loll 010 sod totlomonf el ThomooMoniull pages of.o-.0
timeion. docoModt SAN wohow Increased from two to three OUBLE ,
filed pod our.for potlHon IUM. dlechergo.ond for dltMention .. A major complaint of the rebel Special Pupchaelt edit!' goh{tod D '* B YS"s',
txot wo will opply .. fMMonoroue
centered around mail
N. H. McDoneld County Judge prlvtleges S .
of Aiocnwi County: purldo.: M Ihe Hit VINYL SUEDE JACKETS .

50 of of Docombor Mid Wool. AO.........WM.tor tor M Mprovol ....1 i The only weapons the rebels .
do .,', .1..lbull. Sod tor ....1 sr had Inside their dark mine abaft
50.15. H CO5.0YNn at ilia 101 Will!
one, HMleimnl. of Thomot Moriholl limpem were dynamite caps and dynamite 97 I ?!
mil Bill day of November, The hostages were u>
....0... ".4 11
.. .
S 100 wi" sod NN..Mnf N ALACHUA COUNTY
,_ I '
100. M1oW11d' IN CHANCIP.VIN with
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< > IIP. II 4. n. 11 *' club awing collari ; 'tr,A 1,,,
IN THI CUCUIT COURT OP FLORIDA MOTICe and Iuedelluttons'tII et, i iI
tlOHTM JUDICIAL CKCUIT IN AND TOt Wolter J. WHIM t With two pocketi
Pot CHANCIOY ALACMUA COUNTY NO.tN .- !1 CIUOM. .Konlronlord. '.Ida I In loden, Antelope. brownaf7.r 10-U 1.1 ti w'

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I la a breed of American doctor
who gather the world'i poorest t( !( !C t(!(!(
humanity In their hands and PRE-

who minds leave of men their from mark the on mountains the B 6 TRANSISTOR

of Southeast Asia to the 1! e POCKET-SIZE ,
teaming forests of Africa and ja jaB

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And save for the moments ... B I 1'
when they dramatically die, the a
Tom Dooley and the Paul Carl Ic.mpkt' With
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macclalmed by their fellow R

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week In
this a place If
normal use Flyweight
Lumumba Square In a city i
= .
Model -
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weighs only -
called Stanleyville In I country \ .._
called the Congo. It was a '. ... I P8855.
strange place to die (for a man I.
from a more common place This 1 Is IT. The sale you're beenrwaiting for!
called Rolling Ms,Calif.
But Dr. Paul Carlson a Once-a-year savings ,on all these. Name Brand l !(!C !C!( !(!C!(!(
with something to give .
had chosen to be there because ,., Home Appliances! B HAMILTON BEACH S SlfS
he felt he was needed there. .M
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McDuff Christinas 4 Jr
of American doctors who fore- This year, make your Shopping | 3-SPEED MIXER

sake convenient American liv' Headquarters. An appliance gift. from'McDuff is
ing and rewarding medical r '
practice at home to serve for .' a lasting gift! 8 3; a
nearly of nothing the world.In the wildernesses SALE! Bss ij

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American doctors at work today $ ,
-strange transplants into the LOODOWN SMALL WILL HOLD APPLIANCE ANY I Lightweight and powarful. Pos S G..t..4'I'.... JItl.
frustrations of poverty among .. Beater ejector Big non-':' Ii
diseases they never see at splash beaters Fingertip ) speed five times
home, In places where suspicion UNTIL CHRISTMAS! control. I Model 171 "
la the rule and trust must r,
won and where the most Important t )a )1 J1 )1 )a )a >>aa >>
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package of surplus drug sam

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a one-man cinder-block hospital a | BIG 35-CUP "PARTY PERK"UNBELIEVABLE Toastmaster
In a Jungle clearing they 1
may find their day beginning I. ELECTRIC ij 9 I Automatte-EI.ctrlc a
before dawn and ending beyond
midnight they may find the SPECIAL!
simplest needs for clean water .... t HEATER
and trained help hard to come 3 3I 99
by.They certainly find no shortage 1OBrews a
of patients. 777 I J JI .
For Carlson -sole doctor for 1577
100,000 Africans- the need was i !
clear when he visited the Congo WHILI THir I.ASTISturdily 10 to 3 J cups of Ift
In 1961. He closed up practice in aluminum a coffee, then keeps it hot Portable-easy to cor.
trained In Britain built of strong polished Highest Signal J ry from room to room flI
California I } g light glows '
quality features throughout. automatic i when If Gins both :, ij
and went to answer that need immersible Compf.t"1. coffee Is ready Model r radiant
He almost certainly felt that Completely completewith B0928. \J and fan forced heat. jj
lid and control }I Model 9B I.
even his hardest efforts were 6a
only a drop in the bucket of African
poverty. J.3t a----i. ..73i.1 s i sti. ) 1

So It Is for tome 700 Protestant

missionaries and some 60 who Catholic try to medical cope BIG 385 LB.

with the brutal facts of malnu- All Porcelain CAPACITY
trition and disease, who see a
woman bear six children know-
Ing perhaps only one will survive
to adolescence with normal NORGE .
mental capacity.And BIG CAPACITY
so ills for the 150 doctors sHhatpmnJt FULL SIZE //h1
who serve under Care-Medico
programs and the M to 40 who FREEZER !
put In Intensive tours for the ,.
medical ship H<*e. Automatic Washer
Others work for the Peace oKGs
Corps and other U.S. govern-
ment agencies and the emphasis -
Is often on training native talentto
take over when the AmerIcans SALE o0
go home. f M + ,,
The American Medical Association $
says It receives
hundreds of queries from
doctors asking how they can are,w tin;,
help overseas It also has a long
$158 1
list of requests for medical help
from Malaysia' to Nigeria.To No Trade Needed! .
help the American doctor
abroad, some 35 groups collect
old medical Journals and drug .
All-Porcelain Outside and
samples from doctors to send to \ ... '
Inside M.d.1111.110-L..d.1 with.. too ewllry... ..
missionaries.What .. ...... .
Carlson saw In Africa \ :::: ; 'm'tI.c. rlllllll'i';
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were contagions the commonplace of yawl and leprosy, awful _:::::::;; l 1 with Model your LW42S trade-in.- H, priced

and epidemics of Infectious disease
that merely trouble affluent -

undernourished Americans of but other kill conti the BONUS! IFREE CHRISTMAS .

nents. |[SPECIAL. '
To the Africans men like IV"
Carlson bring more than hope.
They bring life.
To Americans the way Cart- ,, ta 0
son lived and served should 50 BOXES OF Ave. N
likely be more Important than
with the purchase of this
the way he died caught In an 7-
unfortunate tide of political distress
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perhaps .
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slipped away from his home In
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talks l there and In London with
European leaders and UA oKU
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RECORDS! problems confronting the ._

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Key topics for Balls confer
enCt'1 are expected to be tho .-
I financial policies of British
\ Prime Minister Harold Wilson
TV and the U.S. plan for a multllut-
/ oral nuclear force, jointly
record assortment owned and manned by the var

Popular l Claiilcal, VALUE AT McDUFF! ious NATO countries. ,

Country-Wetroni The undersecretary's trip
comes In the wake of a severe
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about Wlton's attempts to bolster
Yours absolutely free
the pound sterling and Improve
with the purcHpie of OLYMPIC PORTABLEModel his nation's International
i payment .landln,.
this modal F99M And it comes less than one .
Store week alter Wilson sharply criticized
the proponed Joint nuclear _
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weapons force In a speech to the

Tuba Automatic focus $ House of Commons Monday.. W
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Despite WtUon's land and

'honograph and FM/AM Radio Long 40" telescopic antenna 119HOTPOINT the continuing opposition to the
5149 MLF project by French President
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Ita two chief backers
fhl'" 4 speed automatic record chang- Free McDuff Service! agreed Thursday that the NATO

Powerful FM/AM radio. nuclear fleet can be established.In .
a Joint communique following .
talks, Secretary of State '
Dean Rusk and West German
Foreign Minister Gerhard
NEW LOW Schroeder expressed hope thai ..,
agreement en the multilateral
force "will be reached loon and
that as many member nations
PRICES ON of participate.the alliance" as possible would

Rusk and Schroeder were reported -
to feel that Wilson's
h speech may have been delivered
partially to pI.e.tellle left wingof
his Labor party and partly to
establish a bargaining position
when ho comes here Dec. 71 for
talks with US. official Including
b,."_ __/ President Johnson
QUALITY HAND. But a new blow to the Mir
plan came from Brussels where
parliamentary sources reported
'AUTOMATIC GLASS-LINED BIG 30-GALLON today that Belgium had decided
SECURITY to take D9 part In the nuclear
WATER HEATER Bell! expects to be In Londonon
McDUFF STORES! That Con Bo Hooked Up At Your Sink Sunday and Monday and will
meet with British Foreign Secretary
Patrick Gordon Walker
This ...utlfule"ul"l wood console hoi SAIE39 and probably with Wilson.
Hand-wired chassis connection that SALEm! Before "heading for London,
Ball confers In Paris Saturday
BIG 23" DELUXE eliminate most service probl.,.,.. primarily with U,3. officials and
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tonrko for IZ Marvelous' UnU. No hoot vested ." tank wall or outsideDial the Brltlih government poll- .
."" ,,1.. No extra ,lu", nocotiaryt air. ties and the titent of dlatenslon
centering around De Gaulle.

; NO-FROST PHILCOSAVE'101 Johnson ..

Rests IIIScclttsioii ..


Bookthtlf Door President Johnson, Hearing
Storaga L the end of an attended holiday
16 Holds Tell stay( at his ranch home, tad no
BottletBirtttr' announced appolntmenu today.
Johnson and wife Lady Bird
Cubic F tCombination pent Thanksgiving In seclusion
bCheese so far as newsmen were able to
Malcolm/ Kilduff, acting White
House prose secretary, fun
COllditlo"tf'n Isbed little Information about
OST \!' the Float 'Imll,'! holiday ao
ND F Handy Egg Uvltles.KUdufl/ ;
Rack In the aald (ho President
REfRIGERATORI Door BIG 10 cubic foot worked during !me morning and
kept la touch with the Congo
I SwingOutNO.FROST' ALL-PORCILAIN VISTA "The President spent the afternonn -

,,...., quietly with Mrf. John.non. .
AC some point during die eveIng -
BOTTOM jFREEZERI II wet understood; the
ohnnons ware Joined by their
Stores two> daughters, Lyado. It, and .
US I... ofFr SALE139! Lucl Bames, 17. for the fradW I
.,..,. **..A Food teen l taker dlaptr.
tee- The daughters flew to Tao
front Wethloglon Thursday end
Modal 17 IM4I. Full S yaarCMrentoe Medal I SSD3tO. Ce".t; letter lie M the .U* friends attended lit Tea
on Sealed. Unit Mall unll "' ''rH f.ei.u. Cars Coek-, ..., I" reeks Deep dull e"-rYl'" e-Teiae A4M football game .ta
Ug .. ...AJI-/ereelais rlnWi Popular Mognotle. Door CleMII Full. S-Teer Awl* before flytoa, to the
rotary control Largo meeter I".. (Price C"or.ntao CH fanes Thrlftntotfarla "it. rllll:" Lynda wee a student at
at leastSIOt with trade) I'riel It with t.4el Tease until the Irsnafenod ear-
McDnH will give yea
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( kknrzufIkBONN un OF Where Was

THE fi

Florida' :Beautiful | ID JOHNSON VIC* PmWmf/ SOUTHBy
;' ..- Incullvt S.ltr> W. S. (mi)
University City' IV fifth IimiOLI. Vfe* prwMmt MK At.VWtUMt .
VK PrM,Mnt m. CII.,,,,i M....... RALPH McGill I By Secretary McNamara
0055,.. Mee WsIn P./h.,1 Where was the Republican Party when
THE SUN'S POLICY Oems AnM'.. ("..1 Cn"1II closed down those bases? About where many suspected It
would be opposing the shut-downs, and for reasons transparently -

1. Report the ".WI fully End impartIally In the fitws columns. political
2. Cxprtw the opinions of the Sun In-tut only fn--editoriots' MysteryOf Governor Rockefeller, the leader of the left wing of the

3. Publish oil sldu of Important conUovtriial 'litutt. GOP, denounced the decision, and all who contributed to it,

as anti-Brooklyn, and demands reconsideration; and Cover
The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 The 11 1 nor Scranton leader of the moderate wing of the GOP, enjoins
'f Pennsylvania two senators and 27 congressmen to "Join
a with the state administration In an all-out effort to reverse

WeatherWeather r this calamitous decision by the Defense Department" And so
Opportunity School: The People's CollegeLike the reigning sons of the free enterprise party cboke with Indignation

at a decision by a Democratic Administration to con-

Notes S 0 m e -c : suit the free enterprise system when deciding how to go
most other words, "college" battle for the free public high about
years ago on the way back ;4 saving $500 million dollars of the taxpayers' money.
means different things In different school closed the gap between the from '
contexts. There are "academic" colleges elementary grades and the univer an atomic: energy seminar THE SITUATION Is twice ironic. Ironic' that Republicans
at Oak Ridge, Tenn., I should be cast In the role of objecting to the federal ,overnment'l -
academic tradition
business colleges, barbers col. sity. But and the
stopped off to see an uncle, cutting down expenses, and ironic that a Democratic
leges, Bible colleges, and electoral tendency of the university to dominate the youngest, and last, of my Administration should have taken the cost-cutting Initiativein

colleges. and dictate high school pro father's brothers. Some, persons the first place.

grams resulted in the denial of opportunity believed then as they The philosophical disarray of the Republican liberals was

The word is derived from the Latin to young people who did do now, that explosions of "WE SHALL OVERCOME(I" never put in better focus. If it were suggestible.- let alone

"collegium," meaning community not fit into the educational straightjacket atomic force that put radioactive provable, that the Secretaryof

society or guild. And its first definition devised by the "planners." winds that dust blow in the about skies and the IMAGE OF NEW REGIME Defense with the was national playing security politics -,

in Webster's dictionary is' earth affected weather. My Governor Rockefeller's position -

"an association of individuals .. As always, it took the leverage of uncle asked If the scientists might be understandable.

engaged in some common pursuit. the dollar sign to break away froma mentioned this. I told him But such is hardly thinkable
standardized social pattern and they scoffed at it A Frosty Moscow Brooklyn had already been

In using the word "college" to make functional adjustments to "I thought probably they tentatively doomed as inefficient -
to its
institution needs and would he said, "and I goes
designate that relatively new growing to changing death after the d
even sec o n
guess they are right, But 2fou cy. The US should remember THE SPOKESMEN at the
that covers the broad middle times and conditions. People began fork (JTtmr most Important Democrat in
old man remember the they said, the U2 spy. Foreign Office were more
in American education the to discover that additional of BI JAMES RESTON precise the land Mr Robert Kennedy
range years weather and I know we usedto plane Incident, when the U.S. than the editors at Prav-
Junior College, we have simply extracted education (either in vocational or have much colder winters. MOSCOW The new Soviet sent an aerial Intruder over da and Izvestia on this point. ran and was elected on a

the basic meaning of the general studies) meant higher potential government is cor r ect the Soviet Union In 1960 and They were not very Interested platform that struck many

term and applied it to a community. earning power, better standards "WHEN YOUR father and and formal but on the substance created enough tension between in temporary "freezes" they do voters as reducing to "I can ;
J were boys on the farm of policy It teems to Moscow and Washington said They wanted us to "get most for the' Brooklyn.
of living and
wide enterprise greater economic "
be tougher toward the United Navy .
along the Tennessee River," to atop all efforts t 0 out" of Viet Nam They were
progress. The spread of industry, he continued, "the river States than was the Khrushchev reach a sensible accommodation not only against the specific No, galling though it Is.

It Js true that strenuous efforts with its technological needs, brought would freeze almost every regime. between the two governments American proposal for an At- true Republicans must pay
have been made to "capture" the insistent demands for "more education winter. Not always all the This at least Is the main I lantic force of 25 surface ships credit where it Is due, to Mr.

word for post-high school academic for more people." way, but almost so. I re Impression one Ills after a The proposals for expand with nuclear weapons and McNamara In this case -fora
member when spring came week of almost constant conversation ing the war In Viet Nam, for international crews, Includingthe commendable Insistence on
and advanced
programs with Soviet officials doing the Indicated thing If
on we could hear the bringing the West Germans West Germans. They were
study. But Its flexibility has been After much struggle and strain cracks of the Ice breaking up. and editors of the official Soviet Into an Integrated nuclear alliance against any Western nuclear only x shIps are now needed

established, and it is time we accommodated the comprehensive community junior That was many years ago before press. In the Atlantic and for alliance of 25 or even 5 ships fewer than the ( ships that I',

our thinking to its college has been accepted in for the TVA dams The cur An atmosphere of aloof decorum confronting the U.S.S.R. with including the Germans. were needed yesterday then

broad and inclusive meaning.The ty-three of the fifty states as the rent In the Tennessee River now prevails. The a constitutional crisis In the In short, they were against y minus x worth of shipyards
close onesJJNThe
must down.
mood of Which
most promising means of bringingthe was swift and strong yet It flamboyant personal U.N. over paying up on the the Germans; and would not i
the Khrushchev is most inefficient one'Q.
froze often. That hasn't era gone. Congo all these, they Insisted :
happened even discuss the Americanidea
Community Junior College is fullest possible educational opportunity In maybe SO years," he The top leaders are not available were potential U 2 that German nationalism E. D.

not, and was never Intended to be, to those who are willing to said. "Something changes for Interviews now and Incidents, which could, if rould be contained better by MR. MCNAMARA'S beha

a little university, restricting Its of. take advantage of it. weather" those who are available for pressed, disrupt not only the bringing the Germans Into a lor Is all the more remarl
low what seems to be a more relations between the US able in the light of Its ob
ferings to the usual post high nuclear organization controlled
The Northeast this year rigid and Ideological line. and the Soviet Union I but ous Incongruity with prevsli
by the US.
school studies academic "credit"courses In well-informed educational
circles had its worst drought since split the Western Alliance and Also Democratic doctrine. T h
or the traditional subjectsof the community college Is no longer 1930 Indeed, parts of eastern THIS THEY SAY Is a moment the U.N. that the, It Soviet was perfectly officials clear did Democratic Party Is inf< I

the traditional arts college. It debatable. In the minds of most educational Pennsylvania, New Jersey, of great opportunity There seemed to be a vague not want a general freeze or mally pledged to subsWi:

was developed to meet the diversified authorities, in Florida and and Maryland have not been They are pleased with the suggestion in the ,conversations truce In the conflict betweenthe Inefficiency, as the
so parched and short of water elections of President Johnson that the Issue of the Soviet to accepting the
educational needs of the com- elsewhere, it is Indispensable if Communist world and the litel'tlve !
in a hundred and Prime Minister Harold of the free
years Wells financial deficit In the market
West, but freeze 'on Wash-
not already served by other the educational needs of the a
people have WI
gone dry that have Wilson of Great Britain. U.N. might be compromised ington's plans .and,freedom are paying
The "standard" for admission to be served. It has been described flowed In The eight billion(( .
means. are plentifully thememory new Soviet government by a token payment of its for Moscow's plans. dollars to fann.
is the desire to learn. It adaptsits as "the most dynamic educational of the oldest residents eager to Improve relations debt 'for another reas o n," ers to shield some 'of then

program to the applicants who development of the Twentieth Century The drought also did with the West, but there are but on the nuclear organization They Insisted, for example from the marketplace. Tens .
substantial damage In the four that while the U.S. should I of millions
seek to themselves through ." major problems. of the Atlantic and the go to coal miners J
improve Dakotas. These are the American expansion of the war In Viet "get out" of Viet Nam, that to guard them from econom .
further study in special fields of Interest The weather proposal for the creation of a Nam, they emphasized, "W s the Soviet Union should be Ic reality. Ditto to protect !
vocational or general.It There is no longer any question diagnosed the drought experts and multi oJ lateral nuclear force, need no new military facts, free to support "wars of Na- some of our businessmen from I

about the economic advantages of the answers / Including West Germany; the but a freeze." tional liberation" in supportof foreign competition. Ditto to ),
are not
welcomes the high school drop. ,community colleges to the areas in answers, but a really reminder increasing talk In Washington the Communists there and to Insulate hundreds of t h oi> ,J
of bombing the Communists' EVERYBODY elsewhere that while there sands
needed time ; from 11the
school graduate who which they located. that much of the wages which, }
out, the high are It cannot be universe Is
supply line in North VietNam I at the moment, they said I should be a conference to discuss free market would fall\ beJ1(
(for any reason) does not enter a passed off as a coincidence that the still a deep, fascinating and, ; the American insistence Wilson In Britain, whom they the "neutralization" o f low the official minimum. ,

standard college or university and state (California) that has the highest at times. frightening mystery that the Soviet Union talked about as If he were a South Viet Nam, It was "un So that while we have here J

the adult who wishes to "go back to median family income also has help pay for the United Na- sympathetic mediator between thinkable" to discuss the In this mixed up affair, a?:
tions military operations in Washington M o scow "neutralization" of Communist Democrat, acting a.1 i stH
school"! to satisfy his specialInterestneeds. the most highly developed junior THE PREVAILING winds n
the Congo; and Washington had economic problems North Viet Nam. Democrstic have '
It is a final and emphatic expression college system in the nation. this year have been "wester refusal .practice we *.'
to lift Its credit! and at home. Johnson had been Republicans acting like the
of the American Ideology )lies Rain usually comes to MAYBE ALL THIS does !,
strategic materials restrictions preoccupied by the Congressand hottest welfarlsts In town ',
of universal education.It Neither can we ignore the fact Northeast by winds from on wider trade with the Senator Goldwater and not represent the consider e d WHAT HAPPENED Is that i

that, under the Florida system, the warm the South off,the blowing Gulf moist and Soviet Union.In they gathered from read I In. Judgment of the new Soviet the yards in question could f
of Mexico 12 hours of talk lubricated the speeches and articles of leaders whoever they are. not
compete because labor ',
Is the People's Opportunity junior colleges (wherever they have There have been few
such by endless glasses of tea Sen. J. W. Bulbrlght and Maybe It Is too soon after the unions had been 1
arufically -
School. been established) have accelerated winds this year. and nourished by mounds of George Kennan and others, elevation of Leonid L Brezh high wages, and because -

progress on all educational fronts The westerlies lose most of biscuits and chocolates, there that there were differences of nev as First Secretary of the bureaucratic and political .

Anyone who has studied the history from kindergarten through high their moisture west of the was never the slightest c o n- opinion about policy even In Soviet Communist Party and m pOll tions (remem-

of American education will school. The result is more and better Rockies. By the time they cession by Soviet officials that the US. Therefore, why hur Kosygln as Premier to be ber, these are government-

realize the importance of filling In education at all levels and a healthier reach the Atlantic they. are the policy.of the U.S.S.R. anywhere -. ry'Besides sure.AD. owned yards) Impose extra
In the world had anything and here a vague 0 burdens: The'
this "middle range" in the educational business economy for the entire a visitor can know la Republicans
dry.No at aU to do with dif threat the Soviet Union had an
opportunity to
what he sees and what be react to
spectrum. In one sense, the community. one really knows why ficulties In U.S. Soviet relations not only had a new government hears. Moscow on about Mr. McNamara's action net
the winds change long established or that there the but the goes
was was coming to as before The first fitfull by saying ,I told you-so
patterns. Some meteorologists slightest excuse of Justifl e .- end of its seven year plan snows of the long winter are with any sense of satisfaction
hold to a theory propounded lion for the American positions \. and was Just deciding on the powdering the streets of Mot- -Republicans( should Join
10 years ago by Dr on Viet I Nam,, the allocation of resources for the with Democrats
Hurd C. Wlllett. professor of M L.F. the U.N. or trade. next five or seven year cow The cold Is so vlclon everythaig in In doing
Voice of the and constant that the human their power ID
People Meteorology a t Massachusetts plan. U they confronted 0
[ il were face is frozen Into a kind of care for the dispossessed
Institute of Technol IN ONE CONVERSATION by a "hostile" move in the solemn conformity. The peapie workers until they are settled
ogy. Dr. Willett theorizes after another. Involving IS officials Atlantic or In Viet N a m, who have power are not elsewhere)-but rather to

0n The Sun's Opinion Pncorisleas that In periods of low sunspot and editors, the Soviet they implied, they would haveto available for discussion and 1.told-you-eo In the sense say of
activity, westerly winds argument was put for w s r d take this Into account In the people who art available bringing borne to the electorate

..4 1..11 d ire ...1... ... ...Ic_. I. .he Vii,. .. she ,..... sets' ,",.. ........ move to lower latitudes. This with the utmost courtesyand planning their military budget have no power.So !the risks of pnoneylng up
..u,. be .lead .ed he.. .be ..'I..... add_ ........ .III be vItbA.ld If ....-"' A Ie_ ....... causes changes In rain pat- even friendliness, but for the coming year, the cost of doing business in
ed ....... soo ....... .... reed be .ri.... OIl .alp see Ii... .f ... 11I I1e. ,..... ...... be ..... Thse. terns. The long drought this with no suggestion of flexibility Their expression of for the moment everybody a free society (N. B. labor
r....... .11. "(.ht 5e .llCt ..e '-- M Se sb.tes ,.. witheat .he...,.., she ., /.,'. Reesiee .. year corresponded to a pe on the part of the Soviet "freeze on military moves is uncertain not only leaders, and all union .
,.t.... riod of low aim-spot activity. officials and with scarcely was Interesting What did this the casual visitor but the professional .) poliOclana
Fewer sun spots came-a a deviation of Inflection: from mean* After all, even In the diplomats In the
City's Help moved our belongings from There Is an average of 110 change In the amount of heat one official to another. The Soviet Union the Ice melts In Moscow diplomatic corps All .

east Gainesville to our new deaths a year caused by pesticides. or radiation reaching the argument concentrated It the spring Were they saying they have Is an Impress 0 n, Food Fit
Faith home In west Gainesville on These deaths all of earth. Even a minute change first on the question of time. the new Soviet and British and the Impression Is that the
Renews Monday, Nov. II, or all who them, are caused by misuse baa a great bear'ng! on the It was Important they Insisted governments needed If. 'II' effort to humanize and liber

wife and visited the hospital and our and carelessness, not by earth's weather patterns.A that the US. should months to sort things out,. and aloe Soviet policy under For. .
EDITOR SunMy home to help during the qualified personnel. All pesticides not "blot" the "clean paper" would then be prepared ts Khrushchev has failed, and
I IM! that we must the express week. Ws would like to thank sold for household, garden SECOND theory by Dr. now before the new g o unto deal with the political a a d that it Is going to be a long AntcatcrsMl

our feelings to Gainesville messypeeple area them all and to tell them .how ,,or any other use, must, J. Murray Mitchell Jr. of the ments of the U. S., Britam military realities la the Atlantic hard winter under the collective turn Vw.
of the to much their concern for us and. under law contain certain required Weather Bureaus Climatology and the Soviet, Union by and Viet Nam at the end !leadership of Brexhner WASHINGTON -TIM The

who aid to unselfishly during the past came week. for our boys and our remain Information on the laboratory In Washington some "sudden lurch" of poli of the winter and Kosygin. .. a 20 year old club ClpoItalls.
our ing children has and will always labels.
\v overwhelm la that oceans, when that meets occasionally for
have been so
mean to us. We would This Information Includes heated up a few degrees by a lunch in the
of our sons at the
ed loss
John by and the Erie and by the tremendous like to have them all come such facts as: (1) Amountand burst of heat from the sun POTOMAC FEVERBy city's too The members are

outpouring of cur and visit us so we may thank kind of Ingredients In thepesticide can create a temperature mostly officials, tall tile m-
them personally, ((2) proportions of change that can prevail for Cow selves
friends that It becomes dill I.ra I. JACK WILSON \\aahington BureauIt Anteaters and are atfracted -
We thank the GainesvilleSun pesticide need for use, ((3) months, or even years Dr. to the
L:' know where to begin for excellent and factual name and address of m a n u- Mitchell reports that there was a mistake for Republicans to ask if anybody would buy a used car two things the erf anlntion by

I and what to say. coverage given of the accidentand lacturer (') precautions-! now Is a warm pool of heated from LBJ. He heard the ID.wer.-.nd the White House lawn has never been in fare and the anteater exotic bin of
The first thing we must say of the lives of our boys. ss when to use It, and when air In the middle of the Paci such peril speeches rule forbidding

\ Is that '"t now know that God Bleu you all.MASON. not to use It. and what to and lie The luncheon
I Gainesville has the I'fltllt AUDREY not to use It on, (S) an anti- It'i fine to economise lot the CIA U carrying it too far if it aim midget soon win menu one day
people with the biggest hearts DANIEL, PRISCILLA dote la case the pesticide Is Weather Is altered la ways spies so it can nail then overseas la saltcuea. to the present a new. deUcacy -
and the most human concern and MARGARET MARVELPesticides taken Internally. not well understood. Anteaters who
I of anywhere In the world. Dr. Edward of the West must form Dave estell most kinds of
C more time was spent There also b now an enormous Teller sayi nations a union to confront game from elephant to
Vie have assisted not only and been comforted constantly studying the labels of pesticides cloud of dust about the the anion Communists That's one war to be sure they get the messageRatern snake. K b flippers of rattle the.
I and earth. It la related to Die
using these
by our close friends\ but pesticides harp seal, an animal of the

have been given words and Can Re Safe the labels by directions, there wouldn't printed on be eruption M the last Isle year of 01.BalL volcano It- Mxon lays ttt, cop should have-a chairman who ran werk at the Job full land.Icy atlantic: off Nnf e s a d-

deeds of assistance by perfect deaths caused by pesticides, has reduced the amount of time and luckily the decline fixed it to there are plenty wise qualify The enef. Russell
strangers from all segments EDITOR, Sun: I am a Junk Deremer,
and solar the
there wouldn't be reaching
people energy has had uV
of the community All >r In entomology at the University By DOW almost has jumped oa J. Edgar Hoover flippers mammal
like Rachel Carson CooS 11 'litSprlnl" earth; this probably affects everybody except the red big for several
of this has given us renewed of Florida and I am necked ahenfft until somebody .reads the days fat red
) to write books tryingto weather. -and just wait paper to them! wine and OBJons. He
lalth in humanity and an writing this letter la answer tOUt will bake
the .
increase la our faith la God Berths letter. (Nov Ill scars people.C How was It when you wen Do.'lkj too thoM Salfoj todeats.. Tley Jwt thiak It them hs a casserole with

Ws win never know all! who pn the w. burcycides W, roW;SDn a boy !Wee tie Revere jrealert ee head to pool for lho /!. would be wrpota mushrooms, mare Onions and'

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!Idol!. November! 27, 1964 __Coineiville Sun _7
School System, is here spending

Neivs" of Special Interest with Miss the her Mary Thanksgiving relatives Baker and and friends.holidays Miss I 9 By Josephine Lowman!"". "'I Calendar Of Events I

Jane Smith, both of Ft. Lauderdale ,

T o the Colored Community Gainesville, were guests yesterday of ,friends in Why/ Grow TODAY FRIDAY, ,November November 27 27 SUNDAY Gainesville, November Chapter 2S 44,

Gainesville Bridge i Club,
News Items for this'pall'e should b. directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored Newt Mrs. Helen Johnson and son, lam. Holiday Inn. OES, Memorial Service 3
ediasr.Jyr,man at 526 NW 8th St. or br phone at FR 6-5753. Do not end Jim, of Tampa, ,are guests of Luncheon honoring<< M I.s p.m., Masonic Temple..
items directly( to the Sun office.KmrH relatives here. 1 Old Karen Rosen 0 I Savannah, Dedication ceremonies for
-*" ??*, s-a _n..... will ... tare, III ,... L ? Miss Baumstein,
Mrs. Mamie H. Jones left noon t'lndy the new Myra Terwlllgcr Elementary
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS St. Paul C. M. E. Morning: Sams, president; Mrs. Mildred yesterday for Trenton, N. J., because Gainesville Golf and Country School 4 p.m.,
Mt. Carmel 1 Baptist SUn- worship 11 ..m.; and even lag: Smith, reporter. of business. She will be Club, I p m School Cafetorium. Open to

I day School, >:30 a.m.; morning worship I:30 p.m. Rev. B. F. away for several days. We all have so much to be thankful for, whether we are Sadie Hawkins party feting the public.

worship, 11 a.m.; Baptist Training -Weary Zion, pastor. MASONS CALLED i Mr and Mrs. Robert Jackson In the midst of a family group or alone. I wonder what you Miss Karen Rosen of Savannah -
Temple A. M. E. Z loa I I p.m.Ilss: Margaret
Union, 5:30'p.m.'and: ; eve- Church School, 10 a.m., and All members of Rising Sun and sons, James and Joe, all would put at the top of. your list? I hardly know where to Stryker, 2K23 SW FourthPlace. ESPECIALLY FOR
ning worship 7pm. will
Masonic Lodge No. 10, Eastern of New York, N. Y.. whose visit begin.' '
morning worship, It arm, There
be mid -'week Meditation Service
Tuesday, 7:30: p.m. Youth will be a business meeting following Stars and to meet Heroines at the, Hall are Sun-requested here pleasant for,the past flown week has been I am n grateful for those I love and those who love me, SATURDAY: November 27 THElMEN( ON
were to their
service. The new pastor Dedication ceremonies for
Forum Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.; will be In charge. All mem- day Nov 29, at 11 to finallu home yesterday I am thankful for my good health and the fun I get out the new Sigma Chi Fraternity YOUR'GIFT, LISTHATCHER'S
Teachefs' Meeting Thursday plans to share In the Council of life. Good health makes It easier to be and
hers happy causes
are asked and urged to be chapter rouse. 10 i m., S Fra
7:30 and Mr. and
: p.m.; the Choir will deliberations and groundbreaking Mrs. Robert Strong,
present Rev. W. M. Moron life to move along smoothly Row -
rehearse Friday, I p.m. The pastor ceremonies for the Prideof of Miami, were guests of Mrs. ternity _
Annual Banquet will be held Ocala Lodge.A Strong's relatives here on I am thankful for the work I have to do 'and for the \ Presents

Sunday at 1:30: p.m. James special Invitation has been Thanksgiving Day. way It brings me into contact with so many thousands of I THE! PERFECT GIFT
Walker, general chairman; NOTICE extended to the entire Masonic Miss Mary H. Norman a nd wonderful people. _

Christine Cato, co MrS'j The Southeast Divis I 10 D family In Waldo, Edgar Miss Betty Daniels, both opo
assisting; J. Mitchell, I Ministers and Deacons Union, (Johnson Crossing), and .''Stamford, Conn., were guestshere I'm thankful for my readers and the stimulation and litWJWHBANO
Cook, Curtis Alexander, Deacon 'auxiliary of the Jerusalem Missionary -chelle to Join us for the trip to on Thanksgiving Day. warmth and humor and drama which their letters bring me
C. F Franklin, Johnnie But-! Association I Ocala. Miss Ethel Waters, of Ocala, I am thankful 4.
Baptist that I live in i country of plenty and opportunity (
ler and D, Mitchell, Mrs. Es- with Rev. T. D. Davis, moderator Please be on time for this passed through Gainesville atmant1La5! >aS
; where there is freedom of speech and action and
er Hamm, reporter.Mt. enroute to Jacksonville
will convene at the New very Important trip. on S
Pleasant Methodist Fred Alexander,W. M. Thanksgiving Day religion and enterprise, where the standards of living are so A;.'t. Cold I Cut.t O
Hope Baptist Church with Rev. high.I end C....,. Cut
Church School, '930: a.m.;,J, H. Phillips, pastor, at Willis- to Order Also e y Isaotl t l
morning worship, 11 a.m.; and ton, Nov. 2729. [NOTICE am grateful for the beautiful world with Its oceans and VO'I'o of Go.aladl
evening worship, 7 p.m. Rev. W. Choir No 2 of New Hope Baptist The Seventh Division Ministers ZION TEMPLE A.M.& rivers and lakes, with Its mountains and valleys, Us flowers
M. Ferguson, pastor. Church will conduct the song and Deacons Union, auxiliary -ZION CHURCH: ASSIGNED and birds Its snow and sunshine, Its wind and dew, for
Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist- service today at 730 p.m. Sermon of the Jerusalem Missionary NEW MINISTER all of the terrific variety in beauty with which nature

Sunday..School I:30 a.m.; morn- Rev A. W Cromwell; elec- Baptist Association with The Reverend W. M. Moans charms us.

ing worship, 11 a.m.; and evening -tion and Installation of officers. Rev. T. D. Davis, moderator, of Jacksonville, has been To put it simply, I
am thankful be
began yesterday at the Third appointed to alive, and I hope
worship, 6:30 p.m. Rev. H'I| The officers and members are I Bethel Church with to the pastorate of Zion you are, too asst

Kinsey, pastor. urged to be present. Rev._R.:I Rev. James Baptist Cator. castor., and Temple for current conference t -_._-- -- wawasae

lasts to Sunday, Nov.:29. year. This action was taken by! I
FOREST PINES II the recent Annual Conferenceheld
In Bridal Como one, come all "
The National Association for Rev. Mozon has extensive I
the Advancement of Colored I 1 training and experience In the loyal (! rterfjtloo f ; [e

will hold its meeting Christian ministry and will render -
it People mass
I highly efficient service to
at the ML Carmel Baptist Luncheon
Zion Temple and this communI- ast.a.9gul
Church on N. W. 5th Ave., and h ,+
ty. He will begin his duties I
4th Street on Dec. 1 at I p.m. .
{here Sunday In connection with
I Rev. F. G. Pinkerson from ..
the morning worship services. X
Ocala will be the principal 0.
I All members and friends are GivenI i
speaker during the meeting. I V
asked to be present to welcomethe at
The members and other interested I ANNUAL FALL DANCE Ln
I friends are Invited to at- new minister. Continuing the pre nuptl! a I j OINTtN[

McCoy (juit of Duvol II*. Sckwl) tend. Rev. T A. Wright, presi 4 parties for Miss Jane B I Ing-, llENittT 0.-
N I. Ml Are. and N I. 25th St. 'dent ham, whose marriage to George /
Five Now Moionry Names LOCAL PASTOR MADE Schlldge of Middletown N. J. I
Three bodroomi, til* both, kitchen, living room, dining room I'NOTICE .1 PRESIDING ELDER will be solemnized
and o large storage and utility room plus front porch Built Saturday at
on a nice nit lot complttt with plants and lawn, All members of Ushers' After fourteen years as pastor 'S p.m. in the University =

T.tal l price Including fining; tote ., ? :,$930000 I Board No. 1 of the Spring Hill here Rev. W. L. Souder has 'odist Church, I luncheon Meth'l ,051.t:?"
Downpoymont only 15000 !
? Baptist Church are asked to given Wednesday by Mrs. .
been assigned elder of '
Monthly p.ym.nt* including IniHranct) .. ., (S,00Finonclnf presiding
meet at the Church Nov. 30 at the Miami Boutelle, who entertained st her
District of the
It heel (NO F H A.) -
No delay, see es e.d mere right In, here a now komt Chit 7 p.m. Rufus Moss, president; A.M E. Church. It was the plan I home I .. '"' H*
Christi. Lillie Bell Riley, reporter. to retire at the recent conference
I and while camellias In icon
OPEN SUNDAY 2:10: PM TILL 5 PM but entreated
was to
Cell GoroM .. V Q. McCoy I PERSONALS serve I silver basket formed the centerpiece -
district :
on a I
fR '.7W | Miss Roberta Parks, a teacherIn for the luncheon able DANNY THOMAS
Office locottd at N. Moln St. end Uti II... Rev. Souder has enjoyed a :and pink chrysanthemums and I found .
the Ft. Lauderdale Public,very happy and successful mil eimelllas, : were used throughout!
istry here and hereby extends
You ore invited to our traditional heartfelt thanks to his parish- the house.'I Sat. Nov. 28 Starting at 9

'loners and the many kind Luncheon guests Included the I

friends for their loyal support bride to be, her mother, Mrs. I Music Tho Chessman
and helpful cooperation N. E. Bingham: Mrs. A. T. by teaLfLwl.l.e$

CHRISTMASOPEN Schlldge of Middletown, N. J., i Lf.hs
mother of the bridegroom-elect:; ADMISSION $2.00 COUPLE
OF GAINESVILLEThe Miss Marl Bingham sinkers of

I United Fund Drive Is still the honoree; Mrs. J. H 1111. MOOSE LODGE wsiriiww wee ....

HOUSE lin progress. The time his been Miller Mrs. Leon Renders et, N.I. Hi IOULIVARD 4 I. University/ Ave,
Mrs. Joseph Laps and Dr. Eleanor -
extended because
i our p e ople Bode FR 6-6892
have failed Browne.
to respond. .
I Among the 14 agencies supported I
by this fund will be aBoy. 1--
Our Greenhouses .' Club which II gravely
needed for our community.The .
Will Be Open outlook for our boys Is WmROCERS
baneful and even hopeless unless IT IS A FACT THAT GORDON'SHAVE ;

Come end MO btautiM orchids I we develop a better environment
and other beautiful blooming' for them. Seeing the
P flowon. Wo here < Jorge toloe- urgent need of this facility a
bon of Cnrlilmai dxorationi I
friend has
to make your homo glow with generous donated i ,
holiday chtor.Sunday. five acre tract of land for the
I site and the Community Fund
has designated $12,000 for its OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS

beginning. '. I
Indeed this la a worthy cause 1 fl1
I and a great challenge. Therefore ,! AT SENSIBLE PRICES! J i

1 to 5 p.m. let us come to the rescue I
of our boys with a generous response -
I to the United Fund.
:Lincoln High School r. po r ted by
over One Thousand Dollars 1 mat i
((11,00000) and plans to reach
+ "flowers for all around (11,20000> before the

occasions"CREVASSE'S :drive has cloned. I i. TAPE Q 88i

Therefore, we appeal to our + 1.AWEEK
= J
I pastors of greater Galneiv 111 J e I RECORDER
rte to present t the United Fund to) ?.
your members and Insist upon //IIe"'t tL-4 aMnl..
1t'lp/IoIII' "C'-", lIMe,. -
their generous support You can .
i euMoa.. lettel.
I FLORIST and pledge now and pay next yearon ", JIIIt, rat and \
L a monthly or quarterly basis tape.I .
GREENHOUSES2IC5 For pledge cards and other teT mCLUOCs

S. E. H.wth.rn* Reel materials taU 0. W. Nealy FR I $4A S4788"ONTIC
FR 0--2J14 1-4411 or W. L. Souder, FRi serene a..ra...
3110. Signed I O. W. Healy, } e
chairman" W. U Souder.itt'XxJCuUVXO I ,... ,


w Chrome ttlli, .
: 1'0,," $14"*
; When you care enough to tend the very hen I '" I Ae.eaiee. t.iI. M
: "I/tilt/ "P. tin
\ 0: _lint tloKtrie. _

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1, the refreshing Hallmark collection of cuds n be imprinted wish *"*' ,yF S.p.ce.a t 6, asses Includes 14eue ee/

your Mme. Here youll have fua selecting cards so match your PAY WEEKLY were seises / .we.ta 11 M788S .t.g.q/ pot tn.wq, lDcue taaot V.y 59g

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.sue :aim __ rriooy, ro.tmotr 27,-.1964 _
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Past,80 Takes Before Flying Ask

Plunge Into Television What's the Movie?' TV HEADQUARTERS ;.

By CYNTHIA LOWRY ered together 50 of his features I I SYLVANIA MOTOROLA MAGNAVOX ,
AP Television-Radio Writer in a giant package for television HOLLYWOOD (AP) Recently Other airlines took notice.
use and It represents a California visiting This year American Airlines
Goldwyn; who made his first one of the last untapped lodesof New York called an airline to began offering movies on cross- TECH TV
film entertainment I his return reservation. flights stereophonic
motion picture In 1913 -"The, quality confirm country or
'What's the movie?" he music for those preferringmore I 122 N.W. 16th Are. Phone 37104U'OPEN
Squaw Man"managed to Among Goldwyn'i proJec; t ed
UI asked. relaxed entertainment FRI. TIL 9 PM-5 PAYMENT PLANS
control his professional enthusiasm "revivals" will be "Rom aScandals" r
Continental Airlines' began Its
for television until he passed with Eddie Cantor,I "We'll be showing 'Murder
movie service
his 80th birthday.And Ruth Etting and "The Coldwyn I F Ahoy'," said the passenger between Marquee Los Angeles and Chicago .

now, Coldwyn_has_gath- Girls" and "One Heavenly agent. In August and then inaugu-
Night" with John Boles, Evelyn: J "Oh," replied the traveler. He rated films between Los Angeles cotkoge) i Steaf oom
Laye and Leon Erroll. There had seen "Murder Ahoy" on his and Houston.
ModernShoe will also be a number of Ronald flight to New York So: he called ,", '1 "
United Air
I Colman, Merle Oberon, and another airline and booked pas-' fortnight ago
Lines started offering movies on
Repair Shop I Gary Cooper vehicles, "Dead sage on a flight that was showing DINING
all to Hawaii. Installations
flights -
End," "The Best Years of Our "I'd Rather Be Rich."
Heels Attached are now being made to DANCING
Lives" and "Wutherin I g The passenger was this reporter -
extend the service to coast-to-
5 Mins. I Heights" and the experience Introduced coast planet after the first of University Inn COCKTAI LS
me to a new highflying -
Goldwyn, active and Interesed the year. .
Soles Attached form of entertainment .rveticn. "
was In New York recently! Nearly everyone seems ste-zaa2 f"" tllap/tAJuu: eAgIIty
15 Mins.At to talk about movies on .television that is becoming an Important pleased with the new form of 1901 ewe 13110 Sl.
factor In the fortunes of two Industries
show business. The film
But good salesman that i companies
Two Locations he Is, he stuck close to the t : movies and airlines. are delighted with the
1620W. Univ. Ave. problems of making fine matins TWA was first to introduce word-of.mouth publicity created AFTER THE
Carolyn Plata pictures. He refrained diplomatically Admits WrongKim airborne movies, starting on for movies by the opinionsetting -
transatlantic flights two and a air travelers, many of
FR 6-0315 and from expressingany FLORIDAMIAMI --'
half years ago. Later the service whom had lost the film-going -
101 N. Main St. opinion about television'smassive Novak admits she' been unfaithful to was extended to transcontinental habit.
lit Not'l Bank entertainment output Lawrence Harvey in a tense scene from "Of Human
in both first-
beyond simple awe at the flights .......... .
of who
FR 6-5211 Bondage a story a woman makes a fool of a class and tourist. ,' ...
amount of material it con- man and nearly ruins his career. The movie, now ", .
W .M.NW.
Thomas McFadden, vice r.
sumes. playing at the Gainesville Drive-In, also stars Rob presIdent GAME. .
--- ---- --- In charge of marketing,
ert Morley and Siobhan fcKenna.IIoIIywool's ,
considers the movies an Important ..,. ...,...,."
factor in out .... ..
AND SATIRtl New of the red and Into sizable prof- ..,......
19114 C.ftR.,Wlft".' 11M Now rorir 1.....: Comedies 118. AI.. M 0....
JiP.tro: G'ermi's
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SEDUCEDandIND .. ire"f'13RILLIANTI Go Far. Afield for Subjects WE CAN SERVE

By BOB THOMAS whom Grant Is an unwilling 250LUNCHEONS
EII1D8I1EB AP Movle-Televlikm Writer hero.

HOLLYWOOD (AP) The Considering the talent that
$ latest batch of film comedies went Into."Goodbye Charlie," it IN 15 MINUTES!
supplies evidence of how far is curious that the film Isn't fun- 1NGrs
SAT. :A.ML 1:00.:0'.5:0'.7:0':15: afield Hollywood Is traveling In nier than it Is. Vincente Minelli
- -- ---- search of subject matter. The handle
) can comedy with expertness For the fattest luncheon
movies concern the Pacific war, ;Harry Kurnitz Is a fast odOs1
KSTUSJ.SECXUSS.ROVINJ... I reincarnation and football In the man with the gag line, and Deb- service in town it's King's
:Near East, and the results are bie Reynolds, Tony Curtis and Food Host.
mixed. Pat Boone are handsome, accomplished
"Father Goose" Is the best ofthe performers.
I lot, thanks to the consum- "Goodbye, Charlie" proceeds
mate artistry of the old maestro merrily for the first few reels, 1430 S.W. 13th STREET Ope.. 11 'am Mid-
Cary Grant. This time he reaching hilarity when Miss
Is playing an unshaven, Reynolds tries to convince her U.S. 441 South "*. Eel & Sat. 'till

scrounging South Seas escapist, (his) writing pal, Curtis, that PHONE 378.1656 1 am.
I but don't let the disguise fool she (he) really Is Charlie.
,you. Beneath that the
.BILWALUS_ :same suave Grant I II
CKFREEMAN'fRWlSfN.ooeo-snasi saa eussouTI11sACn01r I The plot Is a natural for corn I Wonderful
1Id11tttWC i! I dy. Grant, a confirmed misanthrope I w_.. FOODtoopev
is tricked Into becoming ,
NOW AT THE. FLORIDA I a coast-watcher after the Japanese .,W ; x' TO
drive through the South Delightful
,I Pacific. Who should fall Into his DRINKSBeautiful 4
charge but a prim schoolteacher -
I Leslie Caron, with a covey of
I younllirls.
DRIVE.IN THEATRE I As with all recent Grant DECOR i
Urns, this one has been put together -, '
2100 Hawthorne Road Rt. 20 Phone FR 6-5011 I with expert care, embodying j For carefree dining pleasure
just the right amount w Courteous and the best In seafood and
TONIGHT! 2 EXCITING HITS! chicken, let us at
'of adventure, laughs, scenery,I --4 OrtH
Open 6:15 Show at 7:00 Se. Both Late at 9:00 sentiment and a soupcon of sex I II ,, ,., .., SERVICE BANQUET IN A BOX"1!
S EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING I About all It lacks Is that pre'clous lench.en end n
element of surprise that I Dmn.r ,, are yours I
some denotes Inspired comedy. I II /.t 7 at M/ O Q
women I Ralph Nelson, who evoked 109 NW. 13th SI / Ptioni FR26311
can't helpthcmsclucs. such warm humanity In "Lilies 1900 S.W. 13th St.
of the Field," continues his win- +. are
I sing ways with "Father Goose" For Reservations

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and Mrs. J. C. Dickinson Honor BridetobeDr. uionun 0 Rno I Home for Thanksgiving-) I

Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dick. From near and far, by plane. ville Airport Tuesday eveningand nah.
!Inson III .will entertain at a train and car, "members of the was met by her parents Honoring Miss Rosen, Miss
luncheon Saturday for out of family, return for the annual and her sister, Mrs. Fred Barn- Baumsteln and her mother will
town guests and wedding party THE Thanksgiving observance.Dr. man, and Mr. Bamman. entertain with a luncheon to-
members here for the wedding rulingJtuth f and Mrs. Donald Mor Sandra recently pledged l day at the Gainesville Golf and I,
of Miss Jane Elizabeth BID g- rison Sr. had as holiday' guests Delta Delta Delta sorority at Country Club. This evening, '
ham and George H. Schlldge of their daughter, Mrs. E.' Vanderbilt. Miss Margaret Stryker will
Middletown, N. J. The luncheon Weiner Women's Iditer G. Williams Jr., Mr. Williams, e give a Sadie Hawkins party at J
will take place at the home of and ton, Eddie, of Fort Lauderdale Vicki Wells, sophomore at her home In compliment to the
.Mr and Mrs. Dickinson Jr. The trio a remain ever Agnes Scott, Is home for the visitor
Hawaiian appointments willbe the weekend and attend the weekend with her parents. Mr.
used tat decoration of the :i Nuptial Plans Listed UF Miami football game and Mrs. Thomas N. Wells

luncheon tables. Saturday afternoon. She drove down from Atlanta ESPECIALLY
The guest list will Include: YNW lltl L//r1' with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Plrkle FOR
Mr. and Mr A. T. S chit dge, Plans are announced today for I be maid of honor, and Mrs. One of the largest family Jr. and their son. Bill, who Is THE MEN ON
elect the of Miss Elizabeth Randal Home sister In-
parents of the bridegroom ; AN aYr marriage I Billy dinners took place at the homeof a student at Emory University.
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Ma- iurnette Meadows and Bennie,law of the bride, wlU serve as Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Lops, Thanksgiving hmngueit o I f YOUR GIFT LIST
lone, sister and brother In Shelton Boyles. matron of honor. Mrs. John who were hosts to their daughters Miss Cindy Baumsteln, daughter
law of the bridegroom to be, The wedding will take place Trotter, cousin of the bride, of and their families. of the Mitchell Baumstelns, HATCHER'SPresents
all, of Middletown,' N.J.; Rich' December 20 at 3:30: p.m. In Tampa, will be brldesmatron. The Joseph S. Guernseys with Is Miss Karen Rosen of Savanarmane -
ard Schildge and A. T. Schlldge the First Methodist Church. Bridesmaids will be Miss Carol
their four Ginger :
children, Jody, -
Jr., both of Middletown, N.J. Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell, pastor Ann Boyles, sister of the bride- and t
Ronald Schildge, an brothers
and of the First Methodist groom elect and Miss Shirley
John Patterson and their baby
of the bridegroom elect, Church, and Rev. William E. Hardison.
daughter, Sarah Louise, and
Deerlleld, Mass; George Man- Shea, pastor of Highlands Presbyterian his
Mr. Boyles will serve son
Mr. Patterson's Mr.
lattl, brother In law of the Church, will officiateat parents
,as best man.
elect Cincinnati, and iirt. Matthews Patterson,
bridegroom ; the '
Philip Bowers, Fair Haven ceremony.The Ushers will be Charles Gerald all of Orlando, are here $4S s12sa
Ohio! bride Is the daughter of ( '
N.J. Robert Cubbage and Felder, James Ronald Sanders The two babies, Jeanie and 1I(aSI
; Mr. and Mrs. William R. Horne
Mrs. C. M. Cubbage, Red Bank, and the bridegroom Is the son and Jerry Lamar Leynes Sarah are both 18 months old. I Ann't. Cold Cute O+IEXiiau
of Jacksonville and George Rob-, The visitors will remain for and Ch.... Cutkto
of Mr. and Mrs. D. Carlos
N.J.Also Mrs. Margaretta Schier. ert Leynes III, of Winter Haven the Miami FSU football Ord. Also e
Boy Ifs. both cousins of the bridegroomelect. afternoon. ". e1 Salad.To Nlust
bolt, Staten Island, N.Y.; Mr. game Go.
Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones organist .
and Mrs. Charles Heath Rich- and Miss Talka ,
mond, Mich., aunt and uncle of: To introduce Mrs. A. T. Schlldge, TanglewoodFarm Lupkiewlcc A reception will follow the Sandra Allen, a freshman at
the bride elect; Mr. and Mrs. Middletown, N. J, pictured at the left, Mrs.N. soloist, will provide the nuptial In Fellowship Hall of Vanderbilt University la
Richard Foster, and Miss Pat- E. Bingham, right, and her daughter Miss Jane music. ceremony spending the holiday with her
Miss Kate Harris willKesslerChandler the First Methodist Church.
tie and Miss Marilyn Heath, Rmgham. renter entertained Wednesday morning Yancoy parents, the Dwight Aliens a'iewwwN.rer
cousins of the bride elect; and with a coffee at their home. Miss Binicnam and ;She. arrived at the _Jackson- ./
Mrs. Helen Foster, aunt of the George II. Schlidee of Middletown, Ron of Mr. and I s4ssrt
bride. to. be Richmond Mich.; Mrs. Schlidge, will he married Saturday. at 8 p.m. in I
Miss Mary Eberhardt and Tho. the t'nl\'frMItIl\lethodlst Church. {
Come one, come all iet
mas Thiele, both of Chicago, Ing Miss Bingham at their home. the centerpiece for the table 1'iMrES,
Mrs. William H. High School.
Mr. and
io' wr Fier 7r
Mo Miss; Miss Anda Marl Stager Bingham, Jenn,I Ings Ober-, Fourteen. guests were entertained. where the following places guests were :marked for Chandler announce the marriage The bride,.I member of Alpha 'lopa! rbtr Q!Df jUoo c +
I of their daughter Miss I Tri HI Y Club at GUS,
lin, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs.N. Luncheon appointments followed The bridal couple and the I r
Elizabeth Lanier Chandler, to Is now employed at the law library
E. Bingham, of the
parents a pink, white and gold color parents Dr. and Mrs. Bingham, er.weM
William Joseph Kessler Jr., son of the of Flor > *
bride electRehearsal University v
scheme with pink camellias,Mrs. Schlidge, Mr and Mrs. J. MMttM
Dinner Tonight I and roses adorning the bride'stable C. Dickinson Jr. Mrs. Michael lof Mr. and Mrs. William Joseph ida.Mrs. JfiMnORCNTINt'
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Schildgeof and the two smaller tablet Santoro of New York City Miss Keesler Sr. The ceremony took Kessler Jr. Is a studentat 8 .r
Middletown, N.J., parents of I i Pam Spache, and Miss Marl place November 18 In Dothan, the University of Florida,' .Ir a
the bridegroom, will entertain A corsage of pink camellias Bingham, Mr. and Mrs. Tom 'Ala. majoring In physics. a 7 t o 9e

tonight at a rehearsal dinner was presented to the bride to > Meyers of Athens, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Kessler Jr. are The couple 1s now residingat ANNUAL FALL DANCEDANNY IflIN I rl
given at the Lamplighter Room, be, and corsages of white cam Miss Amy Allen. both graduates of Galnesv 111. 111 NW Third Avenue. I i
Howard Johnson's. The dinner ellias to Mrs. Bingham and Mrs.i
will honor their son and his Schildge. Of"

bride-elect. I A gift of linen was also presented Mrs. ReMembers itz Entertains ALDhonored I
Yellow floral appointmentswill the honoree by the how
be used. tesses. of Alpha Lambda members, 23 Initiates'white'' tapers were combined a.
Guests will Include the bridal Spaches Give DinnerDr. Delta, women's freshman schoastic and members of Mortar Board the centerpiece for the deserttable. aetNee
party and members of the fam- and Mrs. George Spache honorary sorority at the National Women's Leadership I 11 1 teN/wNI
ily here for the wedding festiv were hosts for a pre > nuptial University of Florida ware Sorority. Presiding at the serving ta- 1y 1
ities. dinner complimenting Miss guests of Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, Initiation ceremonies took ble were Miss Gail McCaleb. I -
Bridesmaids Luncheon Bingham and Mr. Schlidge I wife of the University President place prior to the tea. Welcomed Wauchula, president of Mortar y
Today, Mrs. Leon Hendersonand Wednesday evening at the Holiday for their Initiation tea I as honorary members were Board, and Dean Jackson. ) icon
her daughter Miss Elm Inn. Sunday afternoon.The Dr. Tommy Ruth Waldo, faculty Assisting Mrs. Relta with the I -
Henderson were hostesses for Lavendar and white chrysanthemums event, which took place' adviser to Alpha Lambda hospitalities were Mrs. Char DANNY THOMAS
the bridesmaids luncheon honor. and candles formed at the President's Residence, Delta and assistant professor of les Durrance and the following Foundw
English, and Dr.: Marjorie members of Mortar Board: !
You ore invited to our traditional Miss Anne Chipley, and Miss I
Jackson, Assistant Dean of Women -
1 Sot. No,. 28 Storting ot 9
Gable Gainesville
Sheryl Mils
and administrative adviser ; "".UIItINItII
ntna Landls, Miami Mils "'r.
to the group. ;
Receiving guests with Mrs I Joyce Thomas Decatur, Ca ; : Music by The Chessman to in Beth rawer. 1 121lI

y CHRISTMASOPEN Reiti and Dean of Women Marna and Miami.Miss Vicki Welthorn, N I Lf.l.LW .

V, Brady were the following. Alpha Lamda Delia recognizes ADMISSION $2.00 COUPLE
officers of Alpha Lambda Delis
academic achievement
I Miss Margaret Ann Lee, Mi by freshmen electing for membership who MOOSE LODGE .:.:ws .=)
ami, president; Miss Louise women
vice have attained a IJ or higher 4 I. Unlvertlry Ave.
HOUSE Patten, Valparaiso, president -
academic average In any one,
; Miss Barbara Wolf, trimester. '/ FR '- S92
'Belle Glade, secretary; Miss __ I ,
'I ,Sandy Comings, Gainesville,
treasurer; and Miss Jane Kim-

l Our GreenhousesWill ,brell, Pensacola, social cha'r-!'
I Be Open I Initiates Include Miss Ellen Wm.eOGERSI'
Abeftiethy Clearwater; Miss IT IS A FACT THAT GORDON'SHAVE i

Come end see btautiful orchids ,Nancy Calhoun, St. Augustine;
and otter, beautiful" blooming Miss Joan Cohnsteln. Miss
lowtn of. w.Christmas hovel lorg dtcorationi MKtkxi I Adrienne M. Leban MI. Kath- THE BEST SELECTION '

to make your homt glow with 'Brine L. Murray, Miss Joan ,
holiday chic. Roth. and Miss Andrea West- .
man all of Miami; Miss Karen
Lee L Creeden, Winter Park, OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS .
Sunday I buss Susan Galbreath, and .

MIJS Barbara McKinney, New
1 to 5 p.m. Miss Jerry E. Henson, Marl- f'1
anna; Miss Patricia Hogue,
Palm Harbor; Miss Barbara I
Horn. Fort Lauderdale; lolls.dry .
E. Uppltt, Washington, 1 t' PORTA81E- a Pf II
D i' Mill Dana Moiier, Lar- ,
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Goldwyn Past 80 Takes Before Ask r


Plunge Into Television
s What's the Movie?
Television-Radio Writer in a giant package for tele- HOLLYWOOD (AP) Recently Other airlines took notice i
NEW YORK (AP) Sam vision use and it representsone a Californian visiting This year American Airlines
Goldwyn, who made his first of'the last untapped lodesof New York called an airline to began offering movies on cross TECH TV
motion picture In 1913 ="T h e quality film entertainment. confirm his return reservation country flights -or stereophonic
Squaw music for those preferring 122 NW. "th Ave Phone 372-0433
Man"managed What's
to Among Goldwyn'i projected the movie he
control his professional enthusiasm "revivals" will be "Rom a n r J Uh asked. more relaxed entertainment I OPEN FRI. TIL 9 PM-S PAYMENT PLANS
Airlines its
for television until he pass- Scandals" with Eddie Cantor, "We'll' be showing 'MurderAhoy' Continental service --- ------ ------ -- -
ed big 80th birthday.And Ruth Etting and "The Goldwyn ,'* uid the passenger Golden Marquee Loa Angeles movie and Chicago
__now, Goldwyn I has gatlv Girls," and "One Heavenly gent. between then
: in August and Inaugurated
Night" with John Boles, Evelyn "Oh," replied the traveler. He films between ,Los Angeles Caltftlage g {teal oom
and Leon ErrolL There
Laye s+ had seen "Murder Ahoy" on his and Houston. .
ModernShoe will also be a number of Ron-' flight to New York. So he called United Air 1
:aid Colman, Merle Oberon, and another airline and booked pas- A fortnight ago DINING
Repair Shop Lines started offering movies on
Gary Cooper vehicles, "Dead
sage on a flight that was showing to Hawaii. Installations
End," "The Best Years of OurLives" "I'd Rather Be Rich." aU flights
Heels Attached Uv
are now' being made to DANCINGuniversity
and "Wu the ring I
The this reporter .
5 Mins. passenger was extend the service to coast to-
Heights. and the experience !Introduced coast planes after the first of Inn COCKTAilS"1
Goldwyn, active and interes- me to a new, high- the year. I
Soles Attached ed, was in New York recentlyto flying form of entertainment Nearly everyone seems J7.-2442 -plu.Ju.lC1 1
15 Mins.At talk about movies on televI- that is becoming an Important pleased with the new form of. 1901 SW ISM 8t.
sion. But good salesman that tAdmits factor In the fortunes of two In- show business. The film companies -I
Two Locations he Is, he stuck close to the ustries-: movies and airlines. are delighted with the
1620 W. Univ. A,.. problems of making fine motion TWA was first to introduce word-of-mouth publicity createdfor AFTER THE
Carolyn Plaza pictures. He refrained dip- Wrong airborne movies, starting on movies by the opinion-set
FR 6-0315 end lomatically, from expressingany transatlantic flights two and a ting air travelers, many of FLORIDA.MIAMI
101 N. Main St. opinion about television's Kim Novak admits she's been unfaithful to half years ago. Later the servo whom had lost .the Him-going -
Ice was extended to transcontinental habit
Opp. 1st Not'l Bank massive entertainment output Lawrence Harvey in a tense scene from "Of Human
FR 6-5211 beyond simple awe at the Bondage," a story of a woman who makes a fool of a flights, in both firstclass
amount of ,material jt con- man and nearly ruins his career. The movie, now and tourist. .
W ay.S.
sumes.R'BRILLIANTI playing at the Gainesville Drive-In, also stars Rob- Thomas McFadden, vice presIdent sad GAME. .
ert Morley and Siobhan McKenna.Hollywood's In charge of marketing f
considers the movies an important ..
I HILARIOUS! factor in TWA's climb outof .. wa..rr. ..
GAGS. GIGGLES, GUFFAWS ,AND SATIRE I I IPiptro New the red and Into sizable profs It..........
,, JM Naw;: Y.r4 Jima: ComediesGo
Germi's 1964 Came WI"" NW IM AIM In Oc".
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SEDUCED Far. Afield for SubjectsBy WE CAN SERVE
BOB THOMASAP horn Grant is an unwilling I 250LUNCHEONS'
IEf1B01iflENDS w Movie-Television Writer hero. I IConsidering'

HOLLYWOOD AP) The the talent that
: ] latest batch of film comedies went into "Goodbye, Charlie," It IN 15 MINUTES! di
I m1 supplies evidence of how far Is curious that the lira isn't fun- NGss
SAT. 1:00. ':05.5:05.1:05. 9sl s afield Hollywood Is traveling Insearch nier than it is. Vincente Minelli
of subject matter. The can handle with
comedy expertness -: For the fastest luncheon
S movies concern the Pacific war, Harry Kurnltz Is a fast
RESTLESS, RECKIESJ,BOVINE i reincarnation and football in the man with the gag line, and Debbie "+OdAO$ service In town it's King's
I Near East, and the results are Reynolds, Tony Curtis and Food Host.
mixed. Pat Boone are handsome, ac-
"Father Goose" Is the best of complished, performers. ,
the lot, thanks to the consummate "Goodbye' Charlie" proceeds I
artistry of the old ma.SlrG. merrily for the first few reels,:I 1430 S.W. 13th STREET Open 11 0'" MM-
Cary Grant This time he reaching when
.. j hilarity Miss
is playing an unshaven, Reynolds tries to convince her, U.S. 441 South nits Frl-: Sot. 'till I

scrounging South Seas escapist,I(his) writing pal, Curtis, that PHONE 378.1656 1 em.
t but don't let the disguise fool she (het.) really Is Charlie.
you. Beneath that stubble Is the Ii'!
,ULWAWS_ Grant
same suave "
DNDHI1NJIAI1111CKHfiAMAN( Hl(7tSoN( 1 eu1 -raLereSa \ The plot Is a natural for com i-- :.!';. JS*, kOK
IEiimtr RQIIpSCOPP .A Grant confirmed rnisan-i WonderfulFOOD o
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drive through the South Delightful
Pacific. Who should fall Into his JUUlP
charge but a prim schoolteach- DRINKSBeautiful
I er, Leslie Caron, with a covey of
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e es sentiment and a soupcon of sex. II': 1 .,.m.Lr.ehooa "BANQUET IN A BOX"!
EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING About all it lacks Is that pre- Cft'
somoi I clous element of surprise that, Din"., Dilly art yours IOUiS 1
women denotes inspired comedy. \ : ; '1m at a o
I Ralph Nelson who evoked 0.i NW IJtn St. 4 Mane M 2.6311
can't helpthemsclvos I such warm humanity In "Liliesof 1900 S.W. 13th St.
the Field," continues his winning eet2t? cziiei
ways with Fathw Goose." 9 For Reservations

there would always be men in her life... I I Leslie return Caron to American makes a films welcome, and STEAK ROOM t 1

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letter signed 'PLAYING SAFE" hit MARRY A SPOILED IT.:
and, although she was the prettiest girl !In :
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her right upset me.
omaa" about whom there was a breath et engagement ring on w ,MV COUSIN HASSIE\SHORE IS A FAST ENNVTHIN6 EIVINEY
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like to date, and eventually
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leave their wedding rings /
as I knew he chose it for me himself. P .

DEAR SENECA I hope you won't feel : DEAR ABBY: The letters written by these Jealous second

your husband presents you with a personally-selected who married widowers prompts this letter

hankie this Christmas because I am printing yon letter I married a widower who had two small boys. We live 400 I\ l

with your wish. Merry Christmas. from my parents, but I miss them less because of I
and Dad." "Her"
parents whom I call "Mom wedding
DEAR ABBY: I am 15 years old and a little on the c Is in a twin frame with mine on the table In our rl.l1T CI01 TMCH MOONVMUfyMACNtTlCCARS THe guesTTai I HOPf A

ilde. Everthlng I touch, 1 either drop, break or spill, I hall. My husband carries "her" picture along with HIM Ana PWVWCTUSH IsCAN TRACY/ WB1 I '

Into doors and people and other things. My mother In his wallet. If those petty Jealous women didn't >t moon AOAIN. SVRWO THAT -A NOT LAYS TOO! It

III. because my bangs are always in my eyes and I reminders of the first wife, they never should have w CARitAIR HEAT?

see. My father says my coordination is off What Is the widowers. My husband was married to "her" for 12 < .r

with me? and I wouldn't want him to forget her if he could. # ,
is gone and her husband and children are now mIne c

DEAR CLUMSY Many girls (and boys, too) h live and care for. No Intelligent person could ever be

the same problem and for the same combination of R, of the dead.

Practice poise. Try to move more gracefully and be HAPPY NUMBER TWO




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Friday Evening/ Weather, Sports Guest cast Includes Lyn charge of murder and the .

I:M O Well's Fargo H.2J O Movie Double da Day and Diana Doug boy's foster father-a VIP faMINDNWM

O Mike DouglasS Feature las.O. wants Mike to squelchthe
: O Moments In Sports 1. "The Doctor's D I lem Jackie Glessoa story hi the papers.

I:21 O NewscopeO m." (l8581) This (Urn Comic Adam Keefe. isJackle'i 10:00 O Cunsmoke
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1:55: If) (Color Local News, Shaw's play concernsa a championship bowler with Joe Merchant'swife d rte ( cell o "ma- 1
doctors for the and, to Merchant rO z CAM o.V( IOM A, qII ono ', Ua "
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1.000 News, Sports, who treat an engagingrogue the controversial novel out of the way, Pike aTeWlOauNee rue wareyauNUe7
WeatherO on the'brink of "Tram" gets a rough frames him on a horse- Aaa TsRa tSr.Ewn VaN ..

Sunshine Almanac death, and find that his loin,'Ovel' from the censor stealing charge. Guess

1:15: O News Highlights wife is blind to his Infidel and big business| cast Includes Marletti
0 News ities. Leslie Caron, Dirk cornea to a youngster's Hartley and J. D. Cannon
I:M O D \
Numbers Bogarde, Alastair Sim i lemonade stand. II:M O Detectives
O Using
2. "The Cosmic Man. ," I:N I O ID Mr. Mag** (Color) I| "The Scalpel" Mickey 0 t
7:00 OYancy Derringer A Mr. Magoo's version of Bledsoe commits a mur p o
"Outlaw at Liberty. "Robin Hood" Part 1 of I der and wounds Und
is charged -
four The! strom.
a part story.
with murder, and Van- Morning sad Atternooa Sheriff Nottingham Isforcing I,i III')):MOO News, Sports,
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Maid Marian to
Death Valley Days O Sunrise Semester I
O marry Sir Guy of Gb -I 11:30 O Moyl'"Duperlta
(Color) "The: Wooing of 7:300 Sunday School Forum borne Search." ._. .
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hotel. Is ID Rocky and His : sellout ?00510M-AND
the town's only the MLSiet.auT HAVE N3U
Mr. Howell stumble onto only survivors a Mo.ALDCMt.rM
wooed by Jere Fry. Friends I H MI NEWS FOIL MetMOOT No ONE tt+1L t CAN TOM 10'..
being plane crash oviceou& n set petty
a gold mine, and Ginger I Howard
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ant, a sea bird found by o Alvla want their tour "Terror of the Red
Johnny Morris In the Sell- I M O Tennessee Taxed guide to show them the Mask. (lKI) In feudal ,

ly Isles, southwest of Eng IO 0 Hector Hesthcot "real" America 10 Europe, a nobleman Is rA t
land. II:" O Quick Draw McCrswf they visit that typical I I terrified/ by an avenger

03 Glens Reeves ) O Underdog suburban family, the Ad- Lei Barker, Chelo Alon-

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7:30 O International I O Mighty Moans Frank Wilcox, 11:M Mtvle-Doubl Feature

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dances selections Lisa..
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world collides with Montgomery
picting cavalrymen at a 12:300 My Exploring Friend FlklaO the world of high fashion CUt Anna Baxter y f

festival.O when sportswrlter Mike Karl Maiden Brian ii
Rawhide (D NBC Sports Special zl
Prt-Game Hagen marries a fashionable Aherne. 2. "The Mystery --
Army Nary Y
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Show designer. (Two Roget" (1942) A ,
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1:45: O Florida BluI', Gregory Peek. the Seine River, U tt :
PrivateContribution" Army vs. Navy
"The Need for Bill hemming 1:300 Lloyd Thaxta Lauren BacaU and Dolor. Identified as the corpse ol
et Gray. a musical comedy star
of the 2:300 Movie .
President and "Moleman Against be O Jr. Broadway who has disappeared. Pat --
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Son Hercules'
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who gets all the loot; and By TBE ASSOCIATED PRESS pleted. Work bad started T t
Wife" Imbues (Cotor Newt tii T
Crumbling Carol and Bill Me- Weather, Spurts Today la Friday, Nov. 27, the t
f II O Newtcop land day of 14. There are 14 I In 111', Bulgaria signed a
: l.aODtpaty days left n the year. peace treaty yielding territory
I tperfec6I.
O Past to Greece and Yugoslavia
Paul Enemy of !the Town Today's highlight In history: ,

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I i serving a 44 months term d A Jew .
Include singer Chief Nelson a birthday Robert I'uIIoIIllll&eambott do- 1-4114 COPS fleN6a
Steve Lawrence, dancer )present, but be's the only :,1opmeaC. (or perjury. 1- MT JlsU1 SOPS c

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JIB St. John and com- I On Ma date General Assembly was to r.: ..
H Nipscy Russell aid O.y SlrkkW la 1-. ma Battle of Out reaa, with a vote seheduM Dw.1-- !

Allan !bennan.J 7:. O tO "pfr (Ohr) ,khia. Art. was sought OB. 1 at a deadlock ever choatiniebhtr I'r.
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10 Gainesville Sun Friday November 27!-IM4

He'd Be Willing to Return to the CongoWASHINGTON

(AP) U.S. that land forces of the central. swiftness of the Joint rescue op Hoyt and his four aides Hoyt was greeted In New firing at u."
Consul Michael Hoyt, for three Congolese government were eration saved him and most of Vice Consul David K. Grinwls of York by his wife Joy, of TheUpon his arrival here, Hoyt
month a prisoner of Congolese approaching Stanleyville Hoy.t' the other hostages. Maplewood N.J.; communications son, Ariz., who rushed up to him was asked If he would accept
rebels at Stanleyville says he said, they prepared to execute officer Donald Parkes and embraced him assignment to the Congo again
"very definitely" would be will- Others of the hostages Includ- ; "I feel fine I
the whites they were holding as he IIld. "It Is "Oh yes very definitely
ing to return to the Congo. hostages. ing at least two Americans, and communications clerks Ernest wonderful to be back. I'm glad would 10 back" he said
Hoyt and four other membersof were killed as the rebels herdedthe I Hule and James E. Stauf- to be reunited with my wife on After reporting to the State
the U.S. Consulate staff In "Certainly we had many hostages into Stanleyville's fer landed first at New this Thanksgiving Da'f." Department today, Hoyt plans
Stanleyvllle were rescued ear- doubts that we would get home Lumumba Square and started York's Kennedy Airport before He laid his most anxious mo- several weeks of rest with his
lier this week as part of a U.S. alive" he said, adding that the firing at them. proceeding.: to Washington.maximum ment wu "when they started family. ____
Belgian paratroop operationthat
plucked hundreds of whites ..
from the midst of rebels who I

were them. preparing to execute Mob Falls A t'di.

The five arrived in Washington
Thursday after a flight by
military transport They were
greeted by Wayne Fredericks, On
deputy assistant secretary of Embassy
state and a small crowd of
wellwishers.Hoyt .
said the Congo Insurgents I CAIRO (AP) U.S. Ambassador sidered one of the two best for-
first put him under house Lucius Battle delivered a eign language libraries In Cairo, ? I
arrest at the U.S. Consulate but formal protest to the Egyptian was estimated at $250,000. .
later confined him In a prison government today following a Cairo newspapers said all the \
HOYT MEETS WIFE IN WASHINGTONRecalls with no bed and poor sanitation. mob attack on the U.S. Embassy demonstrators were Congolese]
Rome "anxious moments"_ When word came to the rebels compound. Cairo Is a haven for leftist opponents
Screaming anti-American slogans of the central Congolese NW Fire Station PlansThe
a mob of African students
Students Stricken After burned the John F. Kennedy government.
200 Memorial Library end a Marine I "They came swarming In architects' rendering; of the city's second new fire station was shown
I barracks in protest against the from everywhere" said the this week when bids were opened. The elation, one of two planned under the
Belgian rescue operation in only Marine in the building. "I city'a $6 million bond !Issue,'will be built In the 1200 block of N.W. 30th Ave.
Dinner the Congo. tried to block the door and they nue off 13th Street. It was designed by Moore and May Architects and apparent -
School Thanksgiving The library, dedicated only a popped In the windows. low bidder was Guy Cleveland Construction Co.: at 54722.

few days ago, was still smould-

ST. PETERSBURG (AP) for High and Elementary School! pie. The cafeteria was Immacn .ering this morning more than 12
health officials plan to cafeteria. Some 800 children and late and "met Navy standards," hours after the students Cheaper
County LongDistance.Telephone
Investigate today the cause of teachers ate a turkey dinner he said.He .stormed over an Iron rail fence
stomach and nausea there Wednesday noon. By night- examined the kitchen late to get Into the compound which
cramps fall 200 of them were ill. Wednesday, but has not Issuedhis houses half a dozen buildings.
that forced 200 students to hospitals -
after a school Thanksgiving "The cause was probably bI- report. No injuries were reported, Rates to Extend to Longer Hours
dinner. ological and could have been I Of the scores taken to Mound however and the main building
Oard Hospital 11 were held for ob- housing the ambassador's office
Dr. Harry C, Oard of the Pi- caused by food handlers, ,
nellas County Health Department said, adding that dinner Included servation. On Thanksgiving Day escaped with only a few broken Nrui flark Cimra long distance telephone service -i ductlon will be applied to calls engineered for peak daytime
said, he would examine turkey, dressing, cranberries, the hospital J released 12. None windows. EILEEN SHANAHAV and which will be tailored ; over shorter distances. usaga.! "
,I food handlers at Bay Point Jun pineapple salad and pumpkin was serious.picture Damage to the library, con- WASHINGTON By Cheaper to bring the greatest reduction I For example, a three-minute The rate cut, which amounts

long distance telephone rates to small businesses and Saturday daytime call from to 4 per cent of the telephoneeompanY'1
Morc AboutDeaths professional men-will go into New York to Chicago which revenues for inter
\ will go into effect early next
year on calls made during the 'effect later in the year. That now costs $143 will cost only state operations, will reduce its
will reduce business phone bills $1 after Feb. 1. rate of return on Investmentfrom
hours and Saturday
Highways early evening on
I Mount on County's by $23 million annually. A
and Sunday daytime Sunday daytime can from the present level ol
calls. The consumer rate cut will New York to Chicago, which around 7.8 or 7.9 per cent t o
From 1 The rata reduction ordered go into effect Feb. 1. It will now costs $1.15 will cost 70 around 7 per cent. However,
N Page apply only to station to station cents the
by> the Federal Communications -I same rate that will Communications Commlssl o r
calls and to those mad between apply to aij) after > p.m. calls.A officials said ever Increasinguse
Commission will cut $75
tlon of N.E. 8th Ave. and 19th tlon'i fatalities occur on week- Is not entirely void of wonder the highways what If we happen didn't' haveit on million annually from consum-I points in different states call made between these of telephone service w I III
Ter. while walking with his t ends. trouble spots. University Ave. he mused. er telephone bills If Rates on calls wholly withinone two same points between 8 p. push total revenues and earnings
bicycle. A car which skidded Two of the victims were un- at Its Intersections with 13th ,Chief Joiner contended motorists ent pattern of personal long- state are regulated by the m. and S p.m. on a weeknight, back up again.
out of control was responsiblefor der 21, three under 25. The oth- St. and Main St. racks up more must be sold on sat* distance telephoning continues states themselves, but most which now costs $113, will cost The telephone company I Itself
f the fatality, police taid 1 ers were more than 40 years auto damage than any other driving, even to the extent of The potential saving to consum I state regulators are expectedto $1The said that It bad agreed reluctantly
and id driver was chargedwith old.In single Intersection.The suspending and revoking licenses ers will be even greater If, follow the commission' action I Communications Com- to the rate cutthe
driving while intoxicated none of the cases were lieutenant, joined by safe as expected the rate reduction after a time lag. mission, which initiated the third major reduction In five
and manslaughter seat belt In use. Two driven police chief W. D. Joiner, explained "There to insure can't highway be a police- stimulates greater use. of the The rate reduction applies'move toward the rate reduction years In charges for long distance
((7)) Nov. 8 A 24 one of whom died had belts In the force policy on pa- ty. b long-distance phone. only to companies that are and worked It out over service.
motorist died when b year-old their cars but weren't using trolling the major accident lo hind man on every driver.corner The, or driver e- A further rate cut that will members of the Bell System ,four months of negotiations Adoption In 1963 of the $.
went out of control on W. University them. cations. These areas are given must every understand safe apply solely to business use 01 but. as a practical matter, it with the American Telephone maximum for staton-to-station
Ave. and struck a utility Weather conditions (rain and special attention by officers un- welfare and his drivingIs will affect nearly all stationto'and Telegraph Co., said that calls placed after 9 p.m. brought j
pole. Officers noted the slick pavement) are possible der a procedure known as ".. for his" he said. pooketbook I station long distance calls the change<< was "designed to such an increase In kng distance
crash was the result of careless factors In two of the lective enforcement." As a result But neither, the lieutenant Fellowship Due That Is because Independent encourage telephone users to telephoning and In use o
driving. deaths. And In all, Conerly emphasized arrests for traffic violations nor telephone systems normally take advantage of technological station-to-station calls that thi I
(8) Nov. IS This, the latest the most telling factor have Increased noticea his. chief"There'll were be overly)increase optimistic. In Talk on Klan have to use the Bell System'slines improvements Introduced reduction, originally estimates
tragic fatality, killed two appeared human error. bly.Both fatalities long an as Dr. David Chalmers, professor for long distance serv by the Bell System In recent at $30 million annually actual]
as people
teen-aged brothers. They were All of the deaths could have veteran lawmen aired drive and as long as they con- of the social sciences at the ice.The years, much of which is,ly amounts to $30 million now]
been avoided if those Involved their views on motorists and following are the rate
struck while attempting to fix: tinue to think the other JF, will speak Sunday to the
a flat tire on NW 8th Ave. Just had been a little less careless safe driving. Contrary to most makes the statistics Lt Con-guy Unitarian Universalist Felowshlp I- changes that will go Into ef-
west of 20th Ter. The driver of and a little more cautious. adults Lt. Conerly believes the erly concluded on "The Record of the 'fect on Feb. 1: $500 RCI.varclls Offered
the car sped away, surrendered "What alarms me Is the safest drivers are beginners. Ku Klux Klan." I -The $1 maximum rate for a ,
later to police and was numoer of people who have to ""Some of the best drivers art Chalmers has been on the three minute station-to-station
charged with manslaughter. pay the price for something teenagers learning to drive. Family Affair faculty for 10 years, specializIng call to any point in the United For Missing Man Clues
Now the conclusions. In each that wasn't their fault," Lt. They're trying to prove they In the study of American States will be 'applicable to
caw except the most recent, Conerly added.Is .1 can be good drivers. And they SALT LAKE CITY, Utah social movements.The calls made any time after 8 The brother of a 13-year-old'len may have been picked i>[
only one person was killed. Lt there a major sore spot are, until they've been driving (AP) Thanksgiving was Fellowship will meet at p.m., at the point of origin In- mentally retarded man missing by a passing motorist and tak
Conerly said the fact that two where most serious accidents about 12 months," he said. something of a problem for Mrs. 204 NW 10th Ave. at 11 a.m. stead of 9 p.m., as at present. From Gainesville since Nov. 11 en to another state.EVERETT .
died In one accident is a record take place, Indicated In the fa- Accident statistics back his Stephen C. Marchant The famIly Sunday. This special rate will continue has posted a $500 reward for
in Itself. "It's the first tune tality report No and this facts remarks. The accident rate turnout of 58 was so large she to go off at 4'30 a.m. information leading to his dis- b A Vs
I've seen It happen here in 14 puzzling to officers. "There .utlonally begins climbing at had to use the VFW Hall. -The $1 maximum rate for covery, Alachua County Sher.
years," he said. I. no pattern to these fatalities. the 17-13 year age level Attending the family dinner Missing Dog calls made after p.m. will also iff Joe Crevasse said today.C. .
All the fatalities occurred on 'They aren't happening at high As safety officer, U. Conerly Thursday were her 7 daughters, I Needs Care be put into effect for all l F. Allen of Scotsmore,
Just four days Friday (two) frequency Intersections. They'. carries on a continuing safety 8 sons and their 43 children.. Sunday calls. The present! 1 Fla. posted the reward aften an R
Saturday (two) Sunday (three) re just scattered around," Lt. program aided by local Three other sons-in-law were Stevie and Mark Sullivan for Sunday daytime i extensive search here for his
and Monday (one). This apparently -.Conerly Indicated. service organizations. But n. una ole to attend. sure miss their dog King, but calls Is $1.75. brother Everett Allen, failed.
Is In keeping with the Also scattered around are the: Is doubtful about the results The clan came from various more Important, King Is missing -The special early eveningrate The missing man, who was
national fatality trend Conerly,,748[ auto accidents reportedthis 'Whether this program does parts of Utah Idaho and Nevada out on the medicine he's that now applies to calla visiting with a Fairbanks man
noted. He said most of the na- year In the city. And the any good, I don't know. But I for the family get-together. supposed to tine maae between ( p.m. and 9 p. at the time of his disappearance -
The 7-month-old black and m. and which will, after has the mind of a child
brown German shepherd wandered feb. 1, apply to calls made be- according to his brother and A
off from his home at tween 8 p.m. and 8 p.m. _'probably would be unable to
4000 SW 15th St Tuesday. will be reduced the maximumrate Identify himself to strangers.
: Mrs. Robert Sullivan, motherof will be cut from $175 to He was last seen wandering
Stevie, I, and Mark 11, said $15f along the Montocha Road about
t the dog had been sick and was -The new early evening rate eight miles northwest of
I! under care of a veterinarianwhen .Hill be applied to all daytime Gainesville clad in a brown
: t he disappeared."Someone !Saturday calls. shirt dark pants and greenish-
i, might have taken i The maximum rates apply to :M loafers. He Is about Meet
"" ,. ..", _. t him home but he needs his calls over a distance of 2.300 I, 121 pounds and bald.
.. medicine" Mrs. Sullivan said. miles or more. Proportional re- '- Sheriff's deputies believe At- ALLEN
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Where Nine Lives Were Lost This YearEach

of Gainesville's nine traffic fatalities are pinpointed !here. The numbers above correspond with th'l I I.s I. M raoo. slD brawnssstr-4as ClAJllIIWT'aA&"am e tx.oavuTpaTCO.I ..WIUI.Tt

Individual case listed la the accompanying story.

Gators Eye Rebound Against Miami


,. .f. \\UF, 'Canes Clash t

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Here SaturdayBy

Sun Sports Editor
i I Florida will make another attempt to get bark Into winning
ways Saturday when It meets a surging Miami team at Florida

,: Field. Gametlrne Is 2 p.m.
The Gators, nationally ranked and 1-1 just three weeks ago Friday, November 27, 1964 11

I now are 5-3 and way down the line going Into the_annual contest
'with the Hurricanes

'wr rt ra. Miami, In sharp contrast, has [cocky, 201. ends: Harry Fersch,
come on strong to win Its last 227; and Bub Brown 227, tackles
four games after losing four John Tucck, 205, mid die 1
and tying one of its first five guard; Mike Upston, 225, anTony There Are
Coach Charlie Tate has donea Saladino, 212, 1lneback-
tremendous Job with a depth-,ers; Art Zachary, 209 comer
shy football squad So much back Ralph Hutchlns. 185 and
so, the Gators ire barely favored 'Andy SlxkllSer. 170. halfbacks;
Saturday mostly by two and Pat' Rateslc, 185, safety. Those WhoDisagree
or three up to six points. : Florida's offensive unit has
'Canes Healthy Gary Thomas, 197; and Charles
Miami Is reasonably healthywhile Casey 199, ends; John. Preston -
I the Cators are ailing 229. and John Wbatle 221
iTa Florida Is short of linebackersand tackles; Larry Beckman, 212;
halfbacks and Larry Gagner 23J, guards;
Miami's split. T offense, guided and Bill Carr, 211, center Tom

by fine sophomore quarterback Shannon, 178, probably will open Before anyone gets the Idea that most football people In
Bob Biletnlkoff. will beFlorida' at quarterback with Jack these parts are happy about Florida current J-3 record
main target. Aiding Harper 183: and Mar quis and recent losses to Georgia and Florida State, you're
Biletnlkoff will be bard run- Bacszlcr 113, halfbacks; and !
ning halfback Russell Smith, Dupree, 195, fullback. i
powerful fullback Pete Banas- Gator Delta First, the Gator football team doesnt like II one bit.
nak and pass catching wingback On defense, the IF will use Second, neither do''the coaches third It would be hard
Jim Sims. Lynn Matthews 207; and Don to find ANY fans who aren't disappointed

Miami has good size In both Barrett %06, ends; MacLean,
The difference Is there who well read the
are some ,
Its offensive and defensive lines 225; and Murphy, 252, tackles; letter
The 'Canes lost much materialup Rlchbourg, 211. middle guard;
front in the exam scandal of Steve Heklt, 201; and Barry 'DearMr. Halbersteln:
last spring but Tate has reworked Brown, 224, linebackers; Dick I
was with a great deal! of Interest I read your columnon
his forward wall. Kirk, 188, corner back; Allen
Monday 23 November 1064 It does my heart good to
Florida Its offensive punch Trammell!, 184. and Ceorg
know that Ray Graves has at leant one friend In the Stale
way off form since the Alabama Grandy, 170, halfbacks, and
of Florida.
This does
not surprise me, became as my memory -
will to Bruce Bennett 1M, safety.
try regroup
game serves, you were also a friend of Bob Woodruff, and
Its striking farces Saturday. Because of the Thanksgiving he was one of the finest coaches Florida has ever been
has been vacation break few students are
? The running attack
privileged to lose.The .
1 1r ,
stymied by mistakes, fumbles on campus and the crowd Saturday -
I,and determined opposing defenses is expected to drop off to publicity department of the Ray Graves Atheltlc Association .
I In recent weeks, 30 or 33,000, General admlssio has done an excellent job of snowing the good
,w Finale For SeniorsIt tickets are available In the Gator fans, but It appears that they forgot to show !'he
I will be the final home appearance South end tones for $2 eo and brochures and clippings to the boys of Alabama and Georgiaand
for Gator seniors Dennis high school students will be admitted the girls from FSU.

: Murphy Jim 8ernh It d I, for II03 There are lUll As usual, the Florida recruiters have done an excellentjob
Bill Richbourg, Syd MacLean, some 2,000 East stand tickets
e because we have good material. However, I la be Florida
I Bob Lyle, Tom Shannon, Jim remaining. These are $5.15, tradition, the coaching staff, and particularly the !Bead
my Hall, Kenny Russell, Jerry Florida beat Miami bit year couch, has washed Ins material.I .
:Newcomer Larry Dupree and In a wild one, 27-21, In a Rum
O Bud Williams Other seniors Include played as an athletic memorial recall your saying that the Gators will go either I and
I John Thompson and Run to the late President Kennedy 4 or J and 5. and It appear that Ray Graves Is doing *verythlng >

a. Pursell, both out with Injuries who was killed the day before In his power to end up In accordance with your

I Miami starters will Include the game predictions,
Tom Coufrhlln, 210; and Fred Over the years, Miami has a All In all, I would be happy to see us lose Ray Graves
Brown 224, ends, Ed Kawtew 12-12 edge on the Caters who and Pepper Rodgers, and I do hope that President Relti
They're Miami9s Leaders ski, 222; and Fred Hubbs, 215, can square the aeries with a victory realms that we will never lose the losing tradition hereat
tackles; Bernard Yaffa, 219, Saturday. The Cat irs have Florida under the present setup My only comment after
Top row from left are quarterback Bob Biletnlkoff; halfback Russell Smith and fullback Pete Bana.szak. .and Frank Beck 212. or Dave I won five of the last seven meetings the FSU game la "It la I time for the Bear I"
Bottom left to right. art defensive end \Velnacosky and head coach Charlie fate. Green 208, guards; and Norm between the Schools. Sincerely*.
Blanchard. 224 center Bilctnt- Following< Saturday's clash. Sellg I. Goldln

koff, 191, Smith. 194; Sims, ISO, Florida will go to Baton Rouge. Mr. Caldln, who la an his
attorneyepeaks case rather
'CANES HOST CHOCTAWHATCHEE I and Banaszak, 203, will be the on Dec S, for the windup withLSU. frankly, doesn I he
batkfield This la the game poatpnnid -
On defense Miami goes to', from Oct I, by Hurricane One Time
Rex Wilson. 205.; and Ed Welsa-Hilda.

I GHS Has 'Indian' marl First, this business about Bob Woodruff certainly gets
overplayed as Urn foes on The one, and ONLY time, I
Lake Duller Hopes was vehement In my crltklsm of the former IF coach
came when he "gave up" at Houston one night and settled
By MS NISSEN less ((041)() )' Indians from the breaks during Its dismal cam "They have some good personal for a 13-1) tie against Rice by running out the clock on
Assistant Sports Editor I Florida Panhandle. I paign. \ ," GHS Coach Jim Nl- sneak plays

Gainesville High warms up for Gainesville voted earlier I n Close Losses black said of the visitors "They To Stop Hastings After thai Incident two votes were taken In polls '...
Ocala Sunshine Bowl tonight at. the week to accept an Invlta Three of the indiana' losses have made some critical m I I.takr. I. whether or not to keep Woodruff as VF coach, I Voted for
Citizens Field as it enterta I Ins Uon to the Dec. 4, Sunshine came by slight margins to West ., but they're capable of Woodruff both tlm., UF prexy Dr, J. Wayne Relti. asked
Choctawhatchee In the last regular Bowl. The opponent will be Florida giants They dropped a playing a real fine game." I HASTINGS Lab Butler I team that his won II straight! for Woodruffs resignation' I did not

season game West Palm Beach Forest Hill 7.1 decision to Panama City Leading the Choctawhatc bee journeys here tonight for a Potato games. Second, why I I. ft Dial tile teaches wise are "recnften
The Hurricanes will put theirS Bay, a 13. 7 tilt to Pensacola offense will be halfback Tommy Bowl football battle with a The Tigers meet the Baldwin are sever .arid coaches anywhere? Mr. Goldla
S record on the line In the Choctawhatchee has been Escambia and aU. 0 battle I Freeman, rated as a powerful -- -- Indians In a post season game lave bnughi la good material at Florida but say the arid they

I o'clock clash against the win-_plagued by Injuries and bad, to Pensacola Higr and explosive/ runner. that promises plenty of excite roaches wastes I'. Why .to It tile Dead easel ass the ability
The Hurricanes have unleashed AFL Denies merit and thrills. to sire a good rtcreller, Owe cm"I see the material alter
a bevy of talented backs In Lake Butler posted an I 2 fee gate M! Wby I Ie .II that Bill/ MrGroiha. sport editor *f the

Tide Cashes All Breaks the last two games rolling up Secret Pick record Division and of won the Suwannee the Northern Conference Tallahassee Dem.,,.,,, .to lta column M Friday, la which.
an amazing 79 point and keeping while Baldwin k* picked F1U to ale SI-", said flatly thai Fair material
the opposition scoreless. trounced -. was at kail the equal ,f. If set bells tad tea Ibswghtlt
10 straight foes for a
: GHS trampled Ocala 47 0. Of per.fact brikri lairs "rldl" ? What I Ie th( criterion *f geed malir.aP .
To Defeat Auburn 2114By [list week and humbled Daytona PlayersNEW The season two teems, both In Clan A flit slalrmral by a faa *r a good record?

Mainland, 32 0., the preceding YORK week American Football League has mon opponent. surcees this/ V' 1Ia. been UbM Inferior and k I If said
MURRAY mASS down other Thanksgiving Day games Fearless Fearsome branded as erroneous a news- Thomas Lead ONLY Bear Bryants great coaching has done It. Whoa
Associated! Press Sports Writer In the third quarter of the traditional Tulsa defeated Wichita %1.7, Jackie Eckdahl bullet pass paper report that the J-year-old Lake Butler will bank on the kidding? .
Alabama and Texas didn't Texas battle AiMi Virginia Tech swamped Virginia offensive magic of quarterback
Brian held "sneak draft"
'log Hipp elusive running league a two
wait for their Orange Bowl Phil Scoggln was back to punt Military 3J-13, William and' and pass receiving and the weeks ago to get a jump on the Jimmy Thomas as It seekt to Riding tho Same Boat
meeting to spring a surprise. when the snapback got by him. Mary walloped Richmond 33-11'I power of AI Glffln and Eugene senior National League In the break a two game I o s I iii
They unveiled a crucial play He recovered the ball but and an East All-Star team de streak The Tigers won their j Third not enly I predated 1-4 but no writer, for what"experta"
Branch have been the offensive'ingredients. brewing battle lot the top college
the same one- bi closing out couldn't get out of the end zone. feated the West 112 In the Gem' first eight contests and then lout we may be, predicted any team )a the State .of
their regular football season There was only a handful of Bowl at Erie, Pa football players In the to Santa Fe and Cross City In Florida this year to do any better, Bo we all missed FJU
schedules with victories Thurs Newcomers have emerged country, the final two. In addition, no publication that I know of anywhere !In the
_._ -- _a si shining stars In the last two I nation picked Florida bttter.
The story which appeared In Thomas scored K touchdown than M; meet were M.

(See related story ea Page 12)) I:ames, and. loom bright hi fuure rridl,', New York Daily News with his elusive running aid Fourth Mr Coldln and all' the Florida football fans who
: plans.Junior
-one day !before the rival pasted for 11 more M i be guid- think! that the UF la going I to do a switch In Its educational
halfback Mike 0 y e- leagues conduct their separate ed the Ttyrs during the regular philosophy at any time to produce a
winning football
day, Alabama trimming Auburn (I name tipped for two long touch learn
drafts at different sites in New aeasun. Thursday be was may a* well give' up now.
21-14 and Texas whipping Texas ,P "rlr (down runs against Ocala with s named to the Sun's AH s Art
York -we* Immediately\ denied
The dl.
A4M 257.Following. 'display' of speed and agility team for the second atril f b t has bees east fr educeik first tail a4 af.
and tlub officials.
by league
Alabama's 10th victory He'D see considerable playing year ways MM labs era.. wiilmM kral* U W tile great
without defeat the Crimson :i'A; :lime along with the sophomoretrio / Thomas' favorite rescuers! wiener. tile caam,loefcl, tram UM all CMqaerlag eleven
Tide formally accepted an, t / W quarterback Larry Sherman Milt Woe dard, the AFL'i assistant are halfback Tommy Thomas, thee the Gebrs sever are gwlnj to (et It And Uul
Orange Bowl bid everyone knew rI s halfback Tommy Hanssen commissioner, flatly!his brother, and ends Larry C:; geea whether I** e.eck I Is Ilea Bryan, Bad "U.....,
they already had received. Tex- and fullback: Allen Spears stated the story was "erro alt and Rusty Wade. Th r'Vrltw ) dace UiibeNI er Fail Brewe.

as. "!, bad accepted an neou." white pointing out that backfield starters w.1 1 be But IT It cs. be produced under the current thlnklnr' Out
lion nearly two wreual.Invtta-I "our constitution and bylawsdoal ,fullback Harold Grlner and prnlill lilt Lf, sincerely.' Ray Craves h. M much
In using the surprise Cage League allow this We have set a ,back Bob Lyons. ability to gel the Job>> done as anyone.

second-ranked Alabama bad date for the draft and If we sign i The Indian run a single! all'l Are there any other thoughts Oft this topic. pro or end
help from Auburn's Mike Alford I\ Meeting Sets I anybody !before that we would 100'fIIIf. paced by all Let's Mar tlretm
while Texas Ho S to the Il 011.! t 1 nave to void this type of agree- tailback Dorsey Mote.
received aid from Tom Murrah I Mca Interested In entering'roert The story to not true"'
of Texas AIM Both centers, a teem M the Gainesville Ree-i 'I
The Daily !Newt story, written Cops Crown 1-DAY SERVICE
Alford and Murrah. started be ration Department basketba 11 I by Norm MJUr, said there are .
whole thing league are requested to have'
strong IndJcstlone thai the]I CHICAGO AP) DID
On fourthdowsandpunt sit I tile manager er a rrprewnuflve -( CAPPING
American Football League Shjughiwssy aVwthen T:* ,,
Stations Alford and Hurrah : attend aa erganlutio 1 1meeting I ,
snapped the ban back ever the : Th. meeting writ take club already have held another University won the lljwrx'ferosfrcouBlry
sneak draft ta an effort to beat .' itf
punters' heads. la Alabama's place Wednesday Dee. J, at T.JO champ )
case. It resulted ta the flat ,.... at the RecreaUoo Center the ZIFL to Use" best available. I the U-l. Track and FltM roderatina I L Gates Tires I ICUL'

touchdown of the game. For, I Plana |or Boa year's program coOt player S. Thursday.
Texas the errant play brought ClJIIIN win be disclosed and
thai blanks and entry CINTRAL MUTING t..4 AIR CON ITIOHIHG- GAS nUllS
breaking safety comrade distributed. -
opened the way for a 1posmsecond ISTIMATIS Mil sad OILS USED TIUS
halt.Aihlmt's. I Person interested I* playing! J. C. BROWN CO. Ceoweseetiet Dieeeeae T.
Jim Kflgore was set ki the league may contact the (Q Fleet' O.e.m. TIU UP AIlS
tor i the first quarter wb.*. ,XftntUim >p rtmn< aad. !OJ .07 IVI
in "Oed ever Us bead. Beeta 'their name wd be pissed sob II" Pwe Gator Tire Service Inc.
back ito the end am a manager 'mJmJ ,
aad tell oa .. but the ban / w M e. 1I I Ia order to eater a team a I7C-074I gait Leads. Owner
squirted away and Steve Bow-I TUCKER PROTECTS team represcaUUvt mart fee JOJI P4-.W.14. U. fa 24491a
maa dropped e* M for a touch 1 Frederkluwa block Tlde'a Eowau prtaeoc I


r" \

12 Gainesville Sun Friday, November_ 27, 1954_



.. .. Over Miami;

rbls Games Week's p' ::t Iii J J i w i J n A LSUOverUF I Army Navy Await Battlf-

By JOE DALBERSTEIN By BOB HOOBING Shorn of bowl possibilities A healthy SUubach Is the memory of 1963 when the final
Florida Sao Sports Editor Associated Press Sports Writer national ranking or even a club chief reason the momentum-rid gun found them two yards short
Miami Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Everybody else has had a PHILADELPHIA (AP) with a winning record, the contest tog Middles are the choice to of what would have been the
Florida - crack at It so this week what Navy is a one touchdown favorite more than ever is the beginning achieve an unprecedented sixth season's biggest upset. Navy

LSU LSU Florida LSU LSU LSU LSU 'better than a butcher, a baker, to defeat an Army team still and end ,of the season straight victory and even the won 21-15 behind fullback Pat
a candlestick maker (for Guest living a nightmare In the 5th for the participants. colorful series Army currently Donnelly's three touchdowns but
Georgia Georgia' Georgia .Georgia Georgia Georgia perts. service football game Saturdayalso Although the President will leads 30-29-5. Two years ago observers came away singing
Ga. TeeL Tech Tech Tech Georgia' Tech Frank Kanes of Bill's Meat billed as the third war of not be In the crowd of 100,000 at'Jolly Roger ran and passed for the praises of Stlchweh.
Tennessee Room represents the butcher; the "S" men senior quarter John F. Kennedy Stadium Lucl four touchdowns against the Never In the series dating
Vanderbilt Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennell"I Pat Crews, Jim Dandy Bakery, backs Roger Staubach and Rol- Baines Johnson will representthe exasperated Soldiers. from 1890 have Individuals been
Tulane - -. the baker; and Margaret lie SUchwehoB1ltELSO First Family. The Cadets can't shake the more Important to their teams

Duke Duke Duke Duke Duke Duke Duke Owens The Party Line where than these scrambling field generals
who are fast friends off I
Notre Dame Notre N irtN til Noire Notre Noire o they have candlesticks even If the field.

Soothers Cal Dame Dame. -Dame -Dame -Dame -Dame o care someone of that else item.makes them takes Bryant Says 1964 'Bama Each suffered a leg Injury at
Oklahoma Oklahoma the outset of the campaign and
Okla. Stale State Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma OktakomATce It's Florida over Miami, the Staubach couldn't even make
- -! way the Guestperts and Sun- the trip for one contest while he
ports see it but LSU over Florida Team Proud Determined severely limited In several
Ba'lor. Rice Rice Rice Rice Rice Rice a week hence except for Both 100
others. are cent
- per
Army Mrs.. Owens who goes with the physically DOW.Staubach .
Navy Navy Army Navy Navy Navy Navy Gators. Since few games are on STURGEON Alabama accepted a bid tc year while Tech rolled to seven from Cincinnati,
Boston College Holy Holy -Holy -Bastes -Bastes Boetoa Dec. S, both Gator games are Associated Press Sports Writer meet Texas !In the Orange Bow 1 straight victories before drop has completed 107 of 183 passes
Rely Cross Crass Cross Cross Cellel' College College included this week. Alabama' Paul Bryant has New Year's day in Miami to ping consecutive games to Ten-i for 1,021 yards. He also has
TCUSMU -, It'salso Georgia Tech over the reputation of being a de- mediately after its triumph OV,. flosses and Alabama. Houdini-like\ qualities as a runner
SMV TCU 'SMU rcu SMU Georgia Tennessee over Van- manding bardnosed football er Auburn. This win be the! Tennessee is the big favorite when his underpinnings are
,derbilt, Duke over Tulane Notre coach but anyone who has seen Tide's sixth straight bowl appearance (- to whip Vanderbilt and Duke II sound.

Consensus Florida ever Miami, LSU ever Florida, Georgia Tech, Tennessee Duke Notre Dame over Southern California him lately would classify him asa and where trip to the.! the choice over Tulane. Florida Great Runner
Oklahoma over Oklahoma sentimental man. Orange Bowl, It has never is a alight favorite to beat Ml-
Dane OKlakoma, Rice Navy, Holy Cross-Bostoa College tossup; TCU-SMU, tossnp. State Rice over Baylor Navy I lost Stlchweh from Williston
Consensus last week: Four right, two wrong one tossup For season M right, 17 wrong, I over Army the Guestperts all Bryant, whose Crimson Tide anal Park, N.Y., Is a good passer
I closed out a perfect season with Southeastern Conference Alabama came with all the
ties tossups for the While the up and great runner who has accounted -
Guestperts last week: George Anderson U; Bill McGroths 14; Mike Beandoln "3; Son- go for Boston Holy College Cross and Sunperts Crews a 21-H victory over Auburn champions were accepting big plays Thanksgiving Day to for 1,354 yards In all
penal NIs Nissen "Ij; Benny Camp 1-2; Joe Halbersteli''" 43. For season Halbersteln 13-17- Manes and Sunpert; Ms Nissen I Thanksgiving Day loves his a bid to the Orange Bow, beat Auburn In their nationally offensive departments this fall,
3; Canon MM; Nlsiea SMt-J. like SMU that Is team this year with the pride a there was another team in the, televised battle. The Tide had a school record.
Cnnperts lead Cuettperti. 195-171. too. The so others game go for a TCU.tossup father has for a son who has conference that also had its its back to the wall most of the Army stands M, only the lec-
It's been such mixedup done something great. mind on a little postseasontrip. way but always came up with and time In the last 24 years it
season that crazy -I He'll tell you he loves them Georgia can have a ticket the recovered fumble the pass has faced Its arch-rival with
NEW LOCAL GOLF COURSE Forgot to include we Mississippi.Mississippi completely most of all because they possess to the Sun Bowl to meet Texas interception, or the key defensive less than a winning record.
State who are the two things he respects most: If it gets past Georgia Tech play when it needed to kill Navy Is 3-J-l but is J-0-1 against
on Dec. 5, on national playIng TV. pride and determination. Saturday.In the determined Auburn drives. ,common foes all of whom beat
Pick here. "I'd like to personally thank The secondranked Crimson the Cadets.
own SEC
your Involving
other games
Ironwood to every member of the Alabama Tennessee Tide down 7-4 at halftime went '
Open teams ahead 14-7 the second
on half
squad the tremendous spirit, meets Vanderbilt at Nashvllle, WISTIRN
Jofre Defends
determination and effort they Tulane hosts Duke In a makeup kickoff when Ray Ogden took HORSE SHOWAT
have displayed all season," he Orleans and Florida the: ball seven yards deep in the
New -
Golfers will get a shot al A kickers (blind bogey) tour afternoon, along with a hole- Seventh Time said after the Auburn game. game faces at Miami at Gainesville end zone and went all the way. THITAYLOR
Gainesville's newest links fac. nament will be played In the in-one contest. A drawing fora "Our players will long be remembered 3ama was never headed after RANCH
lity Saturday morning when golf bag also win be held BOGOTA Colombia (AP) for their great sea Georgia and Tech are in peak that, even though Auburn was w.Sue.w.WlIlIt........29.5.III et"I 2 S PM.II J7.Alt.
Ironwood Golf Club has Its Eder Jofre of Brazil makes the son and I personally feel that physical form and the latest threatening_ all the_way.
official opening ceremonies. Harris High The course measures 6,382 seventh defense of his world his team gave more of itself odds listed Georgia as a one-
yards for men and 8,917 for than I've favorite. Georgia! has
All members and invited bantamweight boxing championship any ever coached be point
On 615 SetJack the ladies. tonight aid. I off a string of upsets this Test Drive The SPECIAL
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Browns Take Aim I. 11


At Eastern Title


Needs Win, I

e1/ Cards' Loss I.Tw

i Associated Press Sports Writer

Cleveland can wrap up the .-'- !
Eastern Conference title in the .
I National Football League Sun-'
day but don't count on it. Both
: the Browns and ninnerup SI
'Louis Cardinals figure t 0 win
their games and the race will
continue at least until their Dec.I
I meeting St. Louis. I
Buffalo and San Diego the

oIp two division leaders in the ,
American Football I ,' I _
have Sunday off League'l ,_ "
played Thanksgiving Day in : j
Diego They appear beaded to-I
ward a title game Dee. 28 It
Buffalo unless the Boston Fab
catch the Bills. I _
When both Detroit and San

Diego went down In the holiday I
games the record dropped to i
7HZ-7 for the season (C-28-I1n
the NFL, 27-14-2 In the AFL.I)
Only nine games Sunday. fet'i

CAP Wlrtphott ta the Sun take another Browns shot By II I Now Is The Time To Get Your New 65

Cleveland 13, Philadelphia 21.

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Bears grabbed It for an interception. (AP Wlrephoto always has big day against Eagles -
I Frank will find
but Ryan
to Sun).
Eagles pass defense tougher
than 2H-20 Sept. 27 victory.
St. Louis 24, Pittsburgh 21-
Bears Lions
Nip Cards must win to stay alive,
but have been in and outers
'lately. Steelers broke five-game
losing streak last week with em-
With FG 2724By phatic 44-17 win over Giants
with help of New York fumbles
Washington 24, New York 17-
DICK COUCH Bay had filled the holiday bill Redskins get even for 11-10 defeat
Associated Press Sports Writer after 1950-when the New York in September when Charley 1

That new dish the National Yankees visited the Motor City Taylor's fumble lost game. Sonny
Football League dumped on the, and the Lions held a -3-11& Jurgensen sharp and Giant'
Detroit Lions' Thanksgiving ta ries edge over the Packers deep defense hurting F
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ble was no turkey. Green Bay, however pulled out Green Bay 21, Dallas 17-Pack-I

The Lions, who had spent this year and a rotating schedule era' running game meets match _
their last 13 Thanksgiving afternoon led off by the Bears wa In Cowboys' rushing defense but'II Impala
entertaining the Green setup. Bart Starr's arm should swing, New AT
Bay Packers ordered Beat Rudy Bukich Chicago's rifle- the balance. Green Bay best Exciting
armed Journeyman quarterback Dallas in Aug. 25 exhibition J5-J T.he
Thursday and went hungry. Chi- .I !: UniversityChevrolet
cago's dethroned NFL champions gave the Bears a 21-17 Minnesota 24, Los Angeles 21
won the annual holiday halftime bulge Sunday with 12- Vikings and Rams still have a, Sf rho
for-U pitching and three touchdown chance at second place and I I.
game 27 24 on Roger Leclerc's17yard run.nerup II
flips. After the Lions stiffened bowL Both tough on nan- NeW e
field goal with lea than .i-I f You Get
In the second half and Comma
defense but vulnerable to
two minutes to play. lag
Tom Watklns ... I
pulled even on The No. 1. Deal
pass. .
The loss knocked Detroit out ,
third-period touchdown run,
of second place In the Western Benny McRae set up the winning ,- Baltimore 2t, San Francisco Proven lest by Os/heiNeg!
17-Thls Isn't It tooki
Conference. Baltimore which as easy as the Reit
points Intercepting Detroit'
Colts just clinched last week
has clinched the Western
Milt Plum in the closing
title, seeks Its 11th straight minutes. and pressure Is off. The No. 1. Terms

victory Sunday at San Francisco NATIONAL POOT1AU. IIMUS i AFL _I. lank
Lew Celt
and Cleveland leading the enla,.C.._. 6 ,, Flnenclnj

Eastern Conference by 1% _,.... WLV.O'c Sal .se 101 ftl : Boston 27, Houston 21-Pats' The No. 1. Service
St. LauMPMIMM0III 050 171 155 blitz bother I
plays host to Philadel will George Blanda
games ace M1 tJI ftlW.
phia. ......,_ SOS .405 574. is0dl. Mien leaky defense too much Orferlflf the Newest
Green Bay Is at Dallas St. ."'.bu.... 405 a C a .IM.45 101 13 lOt 110 handicap. Pals must win to stay Equipment flr leaf reined
Louis at Pittsburgh Los An- Now York ....,... c.._are...ta Irv s.l close to Buffalo. Houston on Service Personnel
gelas at Minnesota and New WLV ,...P5,0' eight-game losing binge. : tl
York at Washington in SundaY'1other 5.5..r, '.Y 555 055 S ...50555... 1M 191 574aSue Oakland 21, Denver 14-It may The No. 1. Parts

games L.0.3545. "_" 55)isa .s's so 0S no sue 55)Meeul. not be as easy as the 40-7 game New Conair Corn Sport Coup* O/t.rie' GINUINI
The Bears-Lions meeting was 55) sails Oct. 29 but Raiders are clicking!
171 .41754013a.e Chevrolet '..mWe're
their first on Thanksgiving Day "r.I_ _a .a ..5315355,0TSurM.f. under Cotton Davidson and
since 1949. Detroit and Green CMf g.TT, Dot,... M Broncs have lost five of six

I Chiefs Kansas still City have 24, New long York shot 21- Loaded With New Chevrolet Trade-Ins!

chance of catching San Diego.
Buffalo RalliesTo I

I I Grid Scores
I '59 Chevrolet '62 Olds '64 Chevrolet '62 Corvair

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The Boston Patriots trailing at New York and Oakland at 4/.15 CoI li God City 0
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Buffalo's Bills by 1% games In Denver. A aa.
.. Urge Sq Sac. 11aaIw '58 Chevrolet '61 Comet '62 Falcon '62 Chevrolet
the American Football League'i Millie". _BALL LIMUI "tt-.r. ant.l "NEW CARS"
Eastern Division race go IntoSunday' IMvnpmMwlTfeffH, ',. O..11..C.JnL...... ..'.
at Houston with .. Oe MIu5 1 Vow.It 5 MLMN.rM.w1..I. VAT.. 2-D. f. erna, rail.. "- Z DP I L i. /.t.AI. VAT.
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game 2 11I191! :: : :: = :: BOwen 'I"I
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the growing .Ulptclolllllat YSe !II 5 :>M D4 IMt No. S35e. George FronllUn "". ell ......
Bills are for real Wwslrs .......1.Inns M 1-ort LsOlrMy 0.. 0545 Soud IICOLL'
Buffalo seemingly beaten SLY ,...""'... ae 89500 99500 J..I Horwelt 109500 169500
ta* Ota* Ml .mm\\ I
minutes to
with Ins than seven :
K,55 Cite '
lit M mi 51 Louis Wilson
play In Thursday's game at San =I:' J:: :: :: ail or 1.N n.,woArw' Puss rVP :: i M rTww
rallied for 13 points '- oo YOW Gory Self
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producing an important ..ooiiiio.- Pout" '
victory. The Bills were down J4- 56 Chevrolet 62 Chevrolet 63 Rambler 64 Chevrolet

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Milo Straiten, NON TXAMS'EtAIlt
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KadTs free kick 40 yards to the
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14 _Gainesville, Sun Friday, November 27, 1964fmm ,_

5ANA( FEM To Tight Delinquency,' Or Hears G'vffle Talk FFA Production Credit'sOrganizer Bit-

-11 4 For Privacy, Grow Bamboo On PoultryMembers DiesThe ORANGELF

of the Gainesville considered by many agency was first establls h e d.I I
By HERVEY SHARPS I In the clump bamboos, the Ing a clump of the roots after Chapter of the Future Farmersof "Father of the Production During the following years, Including -
Bamboos are like some culms, or Cines, are close together cutting off the canes. The new- America heard L. W. Kalch to be the the 10 years he servedas
neighbors they are nice to because the buds which ly set clumps like warm, moist explain poultry Judging and Credit System, C. R.' production credit commissioner

have around the house, If you sprout from the base of the earth to begin a new life. So marketing at their regular (Cap) Arnold I 73, died of a' Arnold' had a hand In I

overlook some of their faults. plant beneith the surface of the steamy hot summer days Ire meeting here Tuesday. heart attack Nov. 24. He had helping production e rId 11 associations i,

Bamboos are also] like some ground Immediately turn upward -best for setting this type of Kalch Is an extension poul- been living, since retirement, at become establls h d.

J'J1lAN v t socialites, since they are high to form a new sprout. bamboo. tryman Service with the here.Florida Extension his Hilliard, Ohio, farm near There are now 483 associationsin

flyers. The taller species that The running type bamboo The running bamboos do not Columbus.As the System. I
sends out underground stems root readily from stem cuttings In other action the chapter I I Li1-
reach nearly 80 ,
skyward accepted and passed a motion an official of the Farm A strong advocate of complete
that distribute shoots at Irregular But with little '
County AgentsTo will cut off unsightly views, a care to put signs advertising the Credit Administration, Arnold farmer ownership ot the
intervals-from a few Inches they can be propagated from '
Farm while dense growing varieties Gainesville chapter on the four helped organize the first production System, Arnold's views on the
Study will privacy to to several feet II not kept In rhizome cuttings taken in late
give peek-proof corporation at St and of
major highways entering the credit history development productlon
check, the running-type bam- summer or In early spring I
Business at UF any enclosure.One A committee Louis, and the tint productioncredit credit associations are
city. was set
small clump of I h e"switchcaneOf boo can soon take over a homestead They can also be transplantedby up I
to check with I association at Champaign outlined in. a circular "Farm
bamboo If harvested by invading every area of small plants with pIeces' of property owners 0
County agent will study the lot rhizomes. and secure their permission.The Illinois, In 1933. ers Build Their Own Production

term business analysis and other and applied properly, Bamboos like reasonablyrich The length of time It takes chapter voted to hold a Arnold] first became affiliated Credit System." The circular I
will reduce juvenile delinquency. II
of farm covered-dish Credit Adminis- was used In connection .with I
aspects manage.'anent and moist soil but well to grow a bamboo screen depends supper Dec. IS with the Farm
school December 7-18 at drained soil the for members and their fami tration In 1933; when he accepted 25th Anniversary celebrationsby
of bamboo are nearly on care you give
Other are
,the University of Florlds. food, shelter, implements and all evergreen. In Florida most the plants and the BoiL Under lies.Members a position as special assistant production credit assoc la-I
:Clifford Alston, economist In utensils. of these giant grasses replace favorable conditions medium present were Edwin to the Governor when the tions. I

Term management, Florida Building codes prevent their old leaves with new ones size bamboos will reach maxi- Andrews, Clint Beck, Thomas
,Agricultural Extension Service, construction of a home from in the spring and early sum- mum heights In four to seven Castell, Bill Castell, J 1m Florida
Coleman, Randal Flage, Ronald -Income[ From
said that the first week of the bamboo, but who could objectto years. The taller species may
:two-week school will be devoted an oriental model cookout mer.You can get a start of t he not reach top growth for 15 Gotcher, Sidney Hasen,
concernedwith Russell Hill, Ronnie Hlnes 1 ,
to general topics shelter on the patio? bunch-type bamboo by dividBudwood- years.
the economic climate e f Bobby Holder, Jim Holmes,
I Is
Bamboo food, of course Bill Looney, Rodney Rodgers, Products
r the
agriculture In relation to limited to those who like to nib-- UpLumber of a farm b oat-& ble on tender shoots or I thosewho AvailableOf Jerry Hunter Wetherlngton, Mike Runnels, David and I

The second week will ba crave the cereal-like grain advisor H. M. Lydick.A. I Figures recently compiled by production third'In I
produced by some T. Andrew, of the Alachua the Florida Forest Service Importance, dropped about 13! ':I
oriented toward
relation to dairying managementIn and for Flshir the clothes poles closet, hanger, d rods a r t New Crop TypesNew County Agents office, was a show 1963 Florida forest products per cent to 300,000,000 board
visitor. Income up slightly from feet, but because of firmer
blowers and musical flutes are
markets fell back ony'I]
Economists! and special! Its among some uses for bamboo. releases of horticulturalcrops 962. :
from the University of Florida Sections of the giant growing adapted to this area have r Fla. Farm The Florida forest products cent in dollar volume to $48;

and the US. Department of hollow cane are Ideal for plan- been announced by the Agricul- t Industry In Florida counted a 354,000

Agriculture will discuss the nature ters for the Florida room. tural Experiment Station I.A y dollar volume of $534,963,000 In Produ'tion of gum naval

of farm management and Bamboos can serve as a thermometer They Include FLORDASUN "YCuuuly R Buying Hits 1963, up from $533,496000 the stores slu.tiped slightly, but

how management functions.Two You can estimate the a new 300 > hour yellow fleshed previous year, according to production oi veneer and

days of the first week will temperature by the rate o f peach for the North Central; $s $813 MillionTotal late\ Forester C. H. Coulter. poles and piling,' increased.DES free./

be given to economic princi growth. During chilly period: Florida area Including the These figures Include wholesale -

pies. One day will be spent on bamboo culms barely Inc,South Eastern part of Levy Agent manufacturing value,
records, snd the legal aspectsof along, while during hot, humid'County. spending by farmersfor which Is the value added by
farming will take up part of weather bamboo shoots m a yl OKLAWAHA a new Blackberry farm supplies and services
harvesting trees, and
one day. jump skyward 24 to 36 Inchesin of the Flordagrand type Leeaard Cobb reached $813 million In Florida
Dean Brown, of the American 24 hours. SUNRED A new nectarine last year, according to Dr. Edwin manufacturing such as !
Federation There than 400 W. Cake, economist, Flor- conversion to raw paper, said
Farm Bureau are more species Fruit tree for Central Florida
for the winter months? Then Coulter. I.
will discuss electronic data of bamboos. Most of these Including the eastern part of ida Agricultural Extension
over seed it with one of the Service.Dr. "More than $250,000,00
but there moreIs
processing of farm records and grow In the tropics, Levy County.
what is Involved In cost ac- are a score or more varieties Distribution of trees and winter grasses. Ryegrass best Cake points out that added by remanufactur-:
Florida.I for our area since it will do these expenditures were crucial Ing Into, consumer products' car insurance buy- illS
counting. Dr. J. N. Busby, assistant -that are adapted to pulpwood will be handled by
director, Florida Agri- They range from midget size tie Florida Foundation Seed well on our sandy soils. to many Industries and such as paper cups and containers U famous low rates

cultural Extension Service, will canes to the giants that wave Producers, Inc. P. O. Box 14006, First rake the lawn to remove were Important In providing lumber products, and and top ssrvlcs.I .

speak on Implementing an electronic four-score feet Into the air. University of Florida, Gainesville leaves, dead grass and trash employment. wooden crates and boxes, making Contact ma todayl I
data processing pro There are two types of bam- Then apply a 10 10 = 10 fer- "With the unfolding of newer the forest products industry -

gram In Florida. boo according to growth habit The Florida Foundation Seed tilizer at the rate of 15 poundsper farm technology and the I Increased In Florida a three-fourth .. 117 N.E.16th .

Producers has a limited supply 1000 square feet. Sow the production needed to billion dollar Income producer An.
of the following small grains seed with a cyclone seeder at Feed our expanding population, ," he said.

Cooperation Aids for sale Florida Black Rye, the rate of 10 pounds per 1000' purchases by farmers of Indus- No significant rises or declines PhoneFRanklin
square feet, going In two trial products and services will '
Wakeland Wheat, Florad Oats, separate were recorded In the
I' directions and overlapping continue to Increase," he do-
and a new Georgia Rye various categories of the forest
WESER. Growers, Interest. I clared. market -0444
products Pulpwood income ''EIITLJMEANS
Food AbundanceNational ed should contact the above address accounted for 71 per

for Information. cent of the total dollar volume '
I Your County Agent's Office To Represent, UF at Meet relatively unchanged since i Ralph Turlington

Farm and City Week I:has received a large number of 962.. Wood naval stores, up assets
Nov. 20-21 =emphasizes theY new publications recently. 11 f about 1 In STATE FARM "" ""
Of ral per cent volume,
unwritten partnership between you are Interested in any of Agricultii] Engineers pit.....c.wury ee-taq A
was with a wholesale] manufactured ..... .........
rural and urban citizen\ (; these bulletins call or write Value liMM' "-n*Illlmli

Because of farm and city cooperation )four County Agent. I University of Florida scientists Ing authorities from Industry, -of 52250000.- -- -
we can choose from, Among them are: Circular S- will Join some 1,500 agrI- business, government, and edu
more than six thousand different -' ildlriltlll 165 Lime in Florida. Bulletin I 'cultural engineers at a nationwide cation. Topics will cover a 11 1

foods when we go to the 683 Minerals for Beef Cattle gathering In New Orleans phases of the field. MOTOROLAColor65 NATIONWIDE

supermarket These may be In Florida. Press Bull. 602B Dec 8 11 for the 1164 winter The ASAE Is a non profit COLLEGE GRID

fresh, canned, frozen, concen- Composting and Mulching meet of the American Society technical, professional and edu-
trated, dehydrated, ready mix- Circular S 154 Florlcream a of Agricultural Engineers. cational organization of engineers |- COVERAGEAMERICAN
ed or ready to- serve All require Jim '.M....a new all purpose cream seeded Attending the meeting from working In and for agri-

the cooperation of I th e southern pea. Circular-248 Mole the University of Florida's Institute culture. Founded In 1907, it has .

farmers who produce them and Promoting such cooperation Is Control. Circular S 152 Oats of Food and Agricultural 6,000 members In 40 geographical ,

the city workers who haul, process the purpose of National Farm and Rye for Grazing on Flori- Sciences are Dr. D. T. Kin- sections, Including the Flo-

and make them available and City Week. Left all particIpate da Flatlands. Bul. 175APolsonand ard, Elwyn S. Holmes, Thomas rida Section. AND
for sale. and profit from a better Plants] around The Home. C. Skinner Dalton S. Harrison Part of the function of the

Without farmers to prod u e e understanding of our neighbors Bul. 633 Factors Influencing Dr. 1. J. Ross, J. M. My organization Is to provide NATIONAL PRO

food and fiber for urban residents !- with Winter Gains On Beef Calves ers, J. F. Beeman, and Dr. C. technical services and programs LEAGUE STORIES
If faced the challenge i
there could be no city life you're Bui.! 180 Roses In Florida I Q. Haugh. In four major areas:
of landscaping a new
as we know It today. And without the settingof (April; Bui. 166B Citrus fruit Speakers for the event Include -power and machinery, soil and 23"If
home, or renovating
cities there would be far older house you'll find For The Dooryard. some of the nation's outstanding water, electric power and processing .
fewer markets for the farmer's'products. many helpful suggestions In Want to green up that lawn agricultural engineer- and farm structures. ( ....*. ......tub mm.174 M.In. pin'...dntlni....)
Each Is dependent upon --
Florida Agricultural Exterisl o n HIGH SCHOOL
the other and cooperation
leads to mutual benefit Service Bulletin 179. RECTANGULAR COVERAGE by
Authored by Dr. E. W. McEt- USDA Buys Tons of Beef JOHN CLENDENDON

FOR EXPERT wee who heads the Universityof
Florida's Department of Ornamental GLENN LANEY

TREE SURGERYCALL I derstood 179 Is written style Horticulture and In an employs easily, Bulletin un-extensive For Use by Schools, NeedyThe C@lb@ TllFr0mMOTOROLA JACK JIM KELLY HORAN

FR 6.2661 me of illustrations. II DAVE BERKOWITZ
explains how to obtain the u.s. Department of Agrl\ pounds of canned beet from I Other plentiful foods on the JAMES RUSSELL

TM greatest eye appeal and utility culture reports It bought 11,371- three processors In the South- list are apples, beef broiler-
e Fn4ns! from[ plantings In each area of 440 pounds of frozen and canned east on November 19. This 1 ,fryers, cranberries, canned and JIM KING

e W..k Cavity .a| four yard; discusses shape, color beef Nov U for distribution to brings the quantity of canned I frozen red tart cherries, and --- ---

e 1>....".1.. .......1e and growth characteristicsof schools, Institutions, and needy beef bought In the Southeast ,canned ripe olives.

TnaspletNaee different plant types; lists families. since March 2 to 10,542.660 I USDA estimates turkey growers .

Sp'., .ee ornamentals that grow well In This brings purchases of beef pounds. Nearly] 1900,000 pounds will raise 96 7 million birds o tic

C.IoII..s \each section of our state; and by USDA's Agricultural Market.I of frozen beef also have been this year a crop second In

LO@IDA'Sr explains how to accent various ng Service since the program bought In the Southeast I size only to the record 108.2 million 1 MACHINEGUNCAMERA

architectural styles. began, March 2, to 153,023820 The Marketing Service lists turkeys raised in 1961. Turkey SERIES
I For help In developing a more pounds at a cost of $198,100,000.The turkey, peanuts, and peanut marketings In Decemberare CLOSE-UP PHOTOS
attractive homeslte, ask you. products at the top of the December [ expected to top those of a
i(I county agent for a copy of Extension Agricultural Market I n g plentiful food list for year ago, the Agricultural Mar xyEDDIE
se. I Bulletin 179, entitled Service said that beg I n n I n g the Southeast keting service reports.

"Landscaping Florida Homes." with purchases this week, f,o.b. r--- -- -- -i DAVIS
location will be considered la TOMMY LEWIS

awarding purchase contracts. A Attention Livestock Producers!
review of the current program
Indicates that substant I tally .

larger quantities of beef have
If N. have .... .eIt" Nwt
been purchased In some areas MOTOROLA COLOR
the In w se I- tile please t
.. of country resulting an Priced From
Imbalance between the areas of ....ect ..e .t t'. ,..." N t LC.a.1..d $399.95 IY COACHES

purchase and those ol distribution Se_.. C.igaaY e.d.iv.

Agricultural Market I I. II tb..r to ..,......", .. N,w rectangular tube AND PLAYERS

Service officials said. bar Yw Nv.tash. Mowrali.Meirlofl! Color/IS IKIW*Itncungular THIS

The quantity bought through ,Ml btf wWi. lilt Mtural .

November 11 Included 1SJ.2M220 ,- COPELAND OFFERS YOU shape tuntlti M. cola nwvfet.Oritiwrv s..r..r' w
pounds of canned beef for iwwd tub color TV hM tpicture
I 1''distribution to needy families 4 BIG ADVANTAGES! when. to .m0. and mended oft NOT PRESS lOX REPORTS

[and mm.GOO pounds ot frown THIS
beef for distribution to schools JOE
I. CesS market every ",. THIS _
and _tltuOon.. NISSEN
t *. No commit*!**. New slim
l I Tbe Agricultural Marketing cabinets IENNY CASON

k Service says It bought 2S4.MO I. Specie) coitiM r.tU.. given r* meet type hot. :., w M orol*'I MW n iingiil. tub It LARRY WOODS

4. Ce>. turarih heeling lot sufficient quantities.. bout 12 lnch.t idonw din lilt .
NOTS round color"tub,, conMqutntty"
PROPANEMOTTI THIS trim Color ItS sets m Inch** clot* to
c CALL COLLECT 462-1011 .... ..* LAM mr Mor* pettbto
wail large town Color Mt-blend (SmnesulHeSim

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NEW best I New Hearing RAIFORD A fiveday Division .
AlllsChal 2111 Jones&L YORK (AP-Th) stock borrowers with the credit
7J I market was off to a fairly iharp ratings-by one bank. This underlined o of Corrections Supervisory
Alcoa KatoAl
C'i 30V'loss early this afternoon in the financial eommunlty's On Training Program will be C
AmAir 45H Ken'cott 98" !
> slack post-holiday trading. concern about stiffer interest Payola held at the State Prison here
AmCan 43 i llg&My W,
starting Monday accordIng -
Declines of key stocks went rates
AmMot AmCyan 68'A 14% Loch'd Lorillard 37 44% from fractions to about 2 points Losers included the top iteels,I Federal WASHINGTON Communications(AP) -Com-The nel officer to Buford Mitchell person-,

Many Wall Streeteri were on Big Three motors, some of the I
AT&T M'4 Mag'vox J3H
ordered I closed- will lead off
today The witha
I program
a four-day weekend. Developments key chemicals and coppers,
AmTob 34% MM&M 58<4 door investigation
In foreign rain. includ- utilities, rails, tobaccos and air' of payola and welcome by DeWItt Sinclair,I
1514 Mohasco
AmpxCp hidden
ing the Congo and Viet Nam as lines. advertising In broadcast Monday at 8 a.m. and will be
Anaconda 57ViMons'to
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well as the troubles of the Brit- Rubbers edged higher Electronics -I concluded Friday with an address M
Armour 53H MontWd The
404 Investigation by the seven Louie L. Wainwright
ish pound, created uncertainty.The and aerospace Issues by
ACL NatDalr
834 man
commission follows
director Florida Division of
raise In the discount rate mixed. Drugswere
were narrowly
Babcock: 37* NatOist 27\ what the FCC described
as Corrections on "Where Do We
followed Increase In balance.
was by an Improved on
BethSU 36111 N.AmAv 53 I "allegations from \.
many Go from Here
the prime lending rate th* In- The Associated Press averageof
Boeing 67% Penney 69 sources" that
Other prison officials who will
off 10
terest charged to the biggest 60 stocks at noon was
Borden 78 i PRR 41 to 3211 with Industrials off 11. of payments for favors on take part In the program are:

Brunswk 1V PepCola 60% UF Medical rails off .. and utilities off .4 the air continues to exist J. F, Tompkins, personnel assistant
CaterTr 4214 PhilMor 74% The Dow Jones industrial average The same applies to what the ; C M. Seigler, administrative -
Celanese 8514 PhlllPet 55 FCC calls plugola hidden advertising assistant, Mitchell
393 at
at noon was off
Chrysler 574 RCA 35"4 Alumni to MeetThe 87841. : In broadcasting.The Major J. B. Godwin, chief correctional
CocaCola 134% RepStl 434 Prices were mixed In moderate FCC said it also has complaints officer; R. V. Turner, AtR y? ,
ComEd 5414 Revlon 39* first official alumni gathering trading on the American that some record companies business manager; L. J. Swann,
ConEdis 13 Revlon 39* of the University of Floe Stock Exchange. and other firms have been assistant superintendent; J. D.
ContCan 52% ReyTob 40%" ida's College of Medicine takes Corporate bonds edged higher making direct and Indirect secret Seymour placement officer; M. L'
DowChe 19% SIRe, P 31* place at the Americana Hotelin and V.S. government bonds payments to disc Jockeysand B. Jordan, educational supervisor /
duPont 227* Seaboard 48* Miami Beach on Tuesday.The rose In light trading on news others "for playing or Influencing ; E. N. Osborne, classification .
EAL 39H' Sears 129% event will be a luncheon that 11 nations had Joined to the playing of rec supervisor; and L. E Recruit
E.Kodak 140 Sinclair 54* meeting at U.30 p.m. in the bolster the pound lterll l. ords" and secret payments for Dugger, assistant superintend Birthday
Firestone 43* Socony to Caribbean Room of the Amer- ,including certain matter in
FlaPw 48*. SperryR 14 icana. It will be held duringthe their broadcasts. ent.Among the other speakers Minn Betty Jean Tanner (left) Archer and lilies Nora Jean Connelly
FlaPlL 12% StBrand 83% American Medical Associa Savings Up The inquiry will be a nonpub- during the week will be: Gainesville receive a belated birthday cake from WAC Captain Jails R. Miller,
Ford 56* StONJ II* tion's Clinical Convention In lie one. the FCC said, "unless Mack Futch. assistant state of the Jacksonville Army Recruiting Station, lust week. The occasion marked
FruehTr 31% Studebak 6* Miami, Nov. 29 Dec. 2. In October the commission orders publics attorney; R. A. Green Jr., pub- Ml** (Connelly' 19th birthday ",hid) occurred the day befors. The girls each
GenDyn 37* Swift 56* Faculty members of the Col- to the extent that It determines lic defender; Paul McConville, enlisted In the Women' Army Corp for three years

CenEl 93 Texaco 91 lege of Mldlclne will be presentat TALLAHASSEE: (AP-Mon. that* public interest Social Security district representative
CenFds S4* Thiokol 12 the luncheon meeting. They ey put into savings and loan associations -will be served thereby." ; Dr. Rufus Vaughn,
CenMllIs 46VCarb. 132* will Include Dr. George T. by Florldlans climbedto That procedure, the FCC said UF psychiatrist; Dr. Mel Atchley Birthday Percy Gives GirlsHappy
GenMtrs 96'i UnitAlrc 60V4 Harrell former dean of the nearly $400 million In Octob--"Is In \line with Its established associate professor of sociology

Goodrich\ 60% UnFrult II* College; Dr. Emanuel Suter er.The practice"In investigations of this UF; Dr. Daniel Offord
Goodyr 46% USSteel 54* acting dean, and Dr. Hugh Stat. Savings and Loan nature. department of psychiatry, UF;
Greyhnd 23% VnlvMat 14% Hill, assistant dean of student League said Ita Institutions If the allegations of payola Judge Hans G. Tamler Jr., Seml-Off to WACS
GulfOU 61* WestgEl 45% affair Dr. Harrell .ls now dean had $264 million more at the and related practices are true, Jacksonville Criminal Court of
IntHarv 86* WinnDix 39% of the Hershey Medical Schoolof end of October than at th. start the FCC said, they would violate Record.

IntNick 86" Woolwth 29* Pennsylvania State University This was $292.1 million more the Communications Act sis Also' Dr. Ronald J. Catanzaro Miss Batty Jean Tanner, of receive training the medical Paul Skelton Jr., deputy dlrel.'o
IntPap 34* than In January. amended several years ago aft director alcoholic rehabilitation Archer, and Miss Nora Jean field b r for business affairs; Garde
er a congressional Investigationof and ,' center, Avon Park; Clifton Connelly, of Gainesville, were Miss Connelly It I Gainesville Curlee, superintendent, Glades
broadcasting certain Oliver Jr., UF college of Business recruited by Sergeant George High' School graduate and will Correctional Institution; T h I 0
--- YOUR MONEY'S WORTH sections of FCC rules Administration, Dr. Vernon Flndley. of the Gainesville Army receive training In Army com MltchelOn, Slate Farm Innurmunlealiona.

I Fox, chairman criminology Recruiting Office, and enlistedfor ance Com ponies; and Dr.
I Wind Snow and corrections, FSU; Roy W. three year James A. nn nr, deputy dl- Charles Raulerson, manage-
Russell, Florida Probation and rector for personnel; Assistant ment consultant, J'I'klOnv 111 e
How to Save T axes5U Parole Commission; L. W. Griffith Miss Connelly, daughter of Attorney General Jerry ffalrr: University
Chill North Supt. of Florida Road Mr. and Mrs. Henry Connelly, I
Prisons; Bradford County Slate Route 2, Gainesville, reachedher
A. J. Thomas 19th birthday nn Nov. 19!
Part of U. S. State Road Toll
By Sylvia Porter y Jr; D., R. Bachman, deputy dl. The girls were treated to the

.... By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS rector for Inmate treatment birthday party at the Jacksonville
I In the form Dr. Louis D. Cohen, UF Med-
Stormy weather Recruiting Station Nov
Itemize personal so far this year might expenses paid for your parent
you your penses 'of heavy snow and strong winds, ical Center will speak on"Problems WAC Janle R.
:20 Captain
deductions start today to plan involve reversing the above who illS or over (there Is no of Correcting and 6 Over Holidays
swept areas from the Rockies to Miller and Sergeant Jane
medical deduction procedure and holding off until three cent or one cent"wastalle"
for the largest per per and
Minnesota Rehabilitating People,
and rain
today more Wheeler, of the Recruiting Sta.
1965 treatments have required for him). I
tax early
on 1964 income you ,
your fell In the Far West and New still other speakers will Include
return to which the law entitles planned for 1964. But this deduction Is allowed England : tlon. By THE!: ASSOCIATED! PRF.SH missing sine she left her. sec

This would build up your only if you furnish more than Near-blizzard conditions were Two young Women's Army I Miss Tanner 18, Is a New-, Holiday accidents In Florida rotary job at West Palm Beach
you.Your yearend tax strategy total 1965 medical expenses and half the support of your parent. reported in eastern Montana, Corp recruits were treated to berry High School graduate and Claimed six] \live by the end of to drive home to Boca Raton
will be Influenced by the fact possibly give you a deductionin You need not be able to claim North Dakota and northern a belated birthday party last the duaghter of Mr. and Mrs:Thanksgiving Day and effortswere A searth of the area by divers
that medical expenses are now 1965 if your expenses next your parent as s dependent As South Dakota. Gusty winds up week before shipping out to the I Roscoe Tanner, of Archer, She to be renewed to find the and aircraft ended at darkness
deductible in full for a tax- year run over the three per bng'as you furnish more than to 40 m,p,h. whipped the falling WAC Training Center at Fort was employed at the University driver of a car that plunged into yesterday,
cent limit half his support and In McClellan, Alabama. ,of Florida. Miss Tanner w III an ocean Inlet. .
In another
who Is 65 or older or snow cutting visibility sharply, .... Thanksgiving fatality
payer whether do this, --- --- --- -
whose wife Is 65 or older or fora you are helping your measuring you In some areas. Six Inches of Palm Beach County officers Ifryear-old Paul Prevatt
who is 65 parents by paying part or allof the medical expenses you pay snow piled up at Minot N.D., In shot himself while hunting frogs,
dependent parent Lion said the car that went Into the
their medical and dentalbills count as support from you six-hour Won't Let
or older. Before 1964 the costs be sure you know the you can deduct In full the a period.In Temperatureswere of Montana. Atlantic Ocean Inlet at Boynlnn Polk County Sheriff MonroeBrartnrn
of medicines and drugs were rules for getting the maximum medical expenses you pay for near zero parts !Beach was rendered to liar.t said

deductible only to the extent tax benefit Although you are him. Hazardous driving conditionswere bars Matlwly t I 22 who has been John B. Morgan, M, of Octal

that they exceeded one per cent under 65, you may be able to In the remaining weeks of reported from eastern I Go Without Fight Ridge was killed Wednesdaynight

of your adjusted gross Income. deduct In Pill the medical 1964. you might meet the support :Montana to Minnesota.The liar Ain.At when a car he was drivingon
Although the elimination of this making U. S. I hit utility pole at
requirement by snow was expected to WILLOW GROVE P (AP) and roared. About loud as
limit for 65 or over Ocean Blvd. Police said Ms
Christmas tome additional cash contri- I spread Into Minnesota, Wisconsin I UF Ticks
means that medicine and drug thereIs Howard Sautter mad. It positive ever, heart failed before the crash.
butlons If ,
to parents. northwestern Iowa and
deductions for them won't be Fair For UF little chance of going over the 'northern Michigan, with up to today: He's going to fight to calls Sautter It Leo's felt the sound he New OfficersTed William D. Farrlnr M, of De-
mating roar -
his lion )la his back
wasted whether you pay the Denmark, Sweden, India China halfway mark you should :four Inches in some sections keep own would diminish In time and Dr. ,funlak Springs was killed east of
bills now or In 1965, the chances Japan and the Philippinesare seriously consider letting your lie storm earlier dumped yard. Daniel H Blelcher a veterinarian Babbitt of North Miami'Crestvlew Thursday when a car
are you'll save on taxes In among countries which will parents pay their own medical :heavy snow In mountain areas Sautter, a garage owner, orlg who treats Leo, said the operation +Beach hoe been elected new 'driver by his son strucka
1964 if you pay the medicineand ,be represented on the University expenses If that would help I of Washington Oregon, Idaho Inally said he would bow to last should make him more president of he John MarshallBar bridge
drug bills before 1966. ThisIs of Florida campus next 'cut their own tax bill You ,and Colorado. month's order of the Ablngton I.docile Axtorlalion at the University i, Raymond Luttrell tint, Jack
because your tax rate will\ be month during the International could help them with their Township commissioners and "I had him for two years, and of Florida. II. Is senior In sonvllle wee killed Thursday
lower next year. Christmas Fair. other living expenses In order Youth Club) get rid of Leo his pet. Neighbors -I(he Police Department has not I the University' College of Law. 'when his car collided head-on

The strstegy for persons The Fair will have about JOG to permit them to pay and deduct had complained of the 'had one complaint," Saunter with another car on an express
Dance voted Into three
under (5 must be different, Hems from these countries for their medical expenses Planned roaring and said the animal said. "Everyone around here Junior were way east of Jacksonville
if the four officer
because their drug and medicine I sale at prices in the $3 range Incidentally If you and your Gainesville Youth Club sponsored frightened them. knew I had him all that time I lots. Gerald remaining Schackow; of Sara Alfred Henry rOIl of Fort

costs are deductible onlyto Bracelets from India, necklaces brothers In to help or sisters parents are chipping, with by the Gainesville Recreation The commissioners cited Leo They will"have to prove he Is a J JI iota will be the new vice president Pierce drowned Wednesday. lila

the extent that they exceed from the Philippines, of your than Department for 10th. 11th ss a nuisance. nuisance. frail Stephens o( Pens' car plunged Into a canal at Fort
one per cent of your adjusted glassware from the Scandinavian -half none the you paying but more with one and 12th grade students has Sautter said then b* would The township commissionersaren't cola I Is the new secretary' and fierce, police| 'I'd-'
gross Income and their total countries and Danish wooden support stated a Thanksgiving Dance find' a new home for the \lion I budging J Sieve human of South Miami At Paxton, In north Walton
of claiming them as dependents "I still fret Willow Crave Is no
medical expenses are deductible products will be among the you 'Saturday at the Recreation Center ,Many offers reportedly cam In. has been topped as treasurer County near the Alabama/ line,
under support for \ said John
a multiple place a big lion,
only to the extent that they itema for sale Bin Mare will be hand This week Saunter decided Lamar
on .
Freshman Walter L. (Budirtoblson
agreement let that one the E. Gibson, chairman of the lub-
exceed three per cent of your The sale will be held in the pay to spin the records from 100 against It He took Leo to the medical 10Ie can lie Satiny Committee.Leo I
adjusted gross Income. Social Room of the Florida Union get the deduction expenses for the medical 11:30: pm.School University of Pennsylvania Veterinary I Isn't really I ferocious I treasurer elect for the amortatlua night when the car h* was driving
This means that your medical from 3-1 p m. Dee. 14. The rest of you clothes should be Hospital nearby Philadelphia beat of the Jungle. As a cub hem,'. which combine II w left Slat Rod 117 and
expenses can be completely This will be the fourth annual could expense then contribute toward worn. when surgery was :developed rkkeU, who< h stunt-ji bout: student government with,crashed Into a telephone pot. A
wasted as tax deductions if they affair. It was started to give'' their noo-medical npenaeLNata Membership cards will be stifle performed the In an attempt to ed his growth and rrnkn hlml'I the aspect of profess I I. n* II I paaMiujer, Herbert Cobey, 12,
do not amount to more than students and !the public an opportunity checked at the door. Duplicate roar. more crippled than entllke. {;student bar .:: Florals, we critically Injured. .
three per cent of your adjusted to buy at lower rale QntrflwUoiii ca* save 'cards ire available for those After coming out of the anesthesia -
gross Income in 1964 or 1965.I than they would pay elsewhere.! taxes. who have feet their cards. Leo opened! his mouth -

Therefore, your year-end tax Firm Stand Wins Round
strategy should be aimed at

bunching your medical expenses I I
either Into 1964 or Into 1965 so Ag Sec. Wants New Name

that they run over the 1 per Nam Prelllier'p
For Viet
cent and I per cent limits In at
least one of these two years.

For Instance, assume your and adJusted To Rural Interest I By JOHN r. win run [destroy Huong's three-wttk-old/ I(' were inJured la\
in 1964
IJ'OIIlncome Reflect ,
and SAIGON South .Iet Nam ,,vlfllfMnt. Wednesday' m.lII. H* did not
around ",000
1965 will run
,AP) Premier Trait ViafUllflI'1 A maze of barbed wire was specify casualties among the
your medical expenses are declaration of martial removed from around the rioters but theM were believedto
about KSO each year Since the Cewle ......... Seas 'sophistical as their 'law and his obvious Intention, to palace of chief of slat Fhan be at least 10. or 40.
first J per cent be, WASHINGTON Secretary : of living goes 'p," !b* !crush anUgoverament chits! with iliac Suu. But troop were en Communist terrorists eontlnod -
wont atlNJArd'l
or C79 U wasted you of Agriculture Orville Freeman 'Food Ag Affairs'Would I 'bullet W appeared tilt alert to tnah any renewalof at work hi Saigon today. A
able to deduct any of your medical Th* Nov 1 clectoa l necessary
believes his drpartment'i nan have the oVmoruUaUoM which grenade exploded In the yard of
today tt scrappy
expenses In either 1964 or should be changed to better reflect should provide strong wen staged daily from ''a US. aid mlsflon's pat
1985 even though you win\ its present duties aid i ] Replace USDAFreeman for Democratic farm programs, his leader militant a flrslround v-tViry( ever through Wednesday, : tow*. No one was hurt The
spend ISM ever the two years, proposed expanded functions. said the secretary Of late 47 opponent 'claimed martial law Sundt"l Mow I II a block from the rest
Your goal should be shifting,Hit fc.esUd title would beth II I---- .._ -- RepubUsns to tot How being Predicted man c", "TttUone .(1111,,,.. !dmre of Deputy US. Ambassador
Into the closing weeks of 1964 of ;replaced by Democrats, pnintrd failed to ( .Urriain: The key to Huong's U Alexi Johnson.
'I Department Food said bra first goal Is per hundred weight H* said I position
some of the metes or dental'riculture, and Rural A'j to set op tnfornatM\ clearinghouse U. S. beef export should be out Freeman, H come from rural Thunday and today Tea! powerful continued to be lilt support/ of The Soviet! Union meanwhile
treatment\ you originally\ planned The "Rural Attain" part to provld rural Americans strong lilt year. area. Buddhist ks'lrr 1 ip apparently the military. It I It Mill smarting stepped In with a warning
to ha.. hi 15 aod yon I the title would better Indicate with knowledge about the Freeman said k* favors a Freeman. said hi. depart was Tiring away from over the collaon of military against any UJ. plans! to carry
should pay for Bus treatment la tilt role the Agriculture Department now government programs eBldrabli p a oxer budget for fiscal year a showdown hi the r--w'l at ruM I to August when tough so th* war to North Viet Nam.
'". TJus. If you have sue ef Is starting to play la available to assist thtrn. I ION erIcaa technical IM will w n bmioo, n bflUoa least for the present. loon was tot false agaiwt riot In an "mthorsMd1 statement
dental work don and paid for rural development and welfare program which rreemaa to tile agrleuttur lI.n"I"I"IAI Irs Olaa la fiscal 14.H The National Bu-iflifcl Intllute ,me mobs mull toe bi*. published by the Soviet! news
ton year work origin Ily programs. Freer** said. says b* favors expandiag atgoveraaawt veloped countrfe did sol soaks any prtdJo.toftt was dosed fcy barbed wire Huong to i broadcast said tIe agency Tau, Moscow said It
scheduled to b* done and paid, The agriculture secretary guaranteed loan] 1 am eoarvtortd." said Free- ea UN Wt budget, but rtrung ip by the Rid hista Communltt' VM Cong had was ready to provide [h* Hanoi
for to US.your total 1M4 medical -I .pressed, tbea pintioM and dl*.j for residential bousing as small ma. that these country wifl;''Indicated' lilt support ben a tart- Hgn proclaimed there would played a role I bi the riots and;I|regime! with "Mremary aMlit-
expenses would bt H09. Aft coned a wilt rang of other1subjects renal town*, : not prefm* at their agriculture fly ef upended programs be M drraoMtratlMM &'->T that aMy were fomented ay:anct' to the event ef US.
er wasting the *27:5. 'fOIl would' this week with reporten. -} Qumtmwd etwrrfliflg ki* re- dtwt aoL" I.".might include acne expect Armed foflre bnHWI ""...". of IrrespnMlbl teoplr armed attack
'L.I I !have a 111 deduction W! rent meeting etch PrtwdtlJohoaon R* branded as a "myth" thr Idilures by (he dccorfneot nJercnm givr* '. 'ye '.no) have either Innocently otrfUbwaUry Th TM iijftmc'-t' : cited tp'
to help you save Uxet-eve i Freeman ka bee designated Frecma said lit UUA idea that w. win Cnlny ear, Current employment! k the Xuan OM. farnwr J_ :1114 .,' fallen I to with Com- though your total expenses for by President Maae to bead a Ie President be npicti caru I'w* agnrattnral market by''department' is down ... from 0M National High JT. !It Heanaounred muniM plan and tocittd dIf IV'". Ambtisador Maxwell D.Taylor's .
19644S would be exactly the eonmitt charged with impie-j Fines I* lit "iMdcratt totareeg" helpIng" 0r couatne dove: ['last year, said Frectna. U* the satrjiflg ef U most unoccupied and himcenlctof tolkj Washington
.-m.. noting tile *..*.utf arofiaut | Mst year.He I dIeIr *w. farmirg.Tk acid tile deems tainted from UtlcaJllrtar.d....'>* s ef tile populatMfl. might bring a decision to extend
Your strategy at yoa base and future great Maser Jet- extmvaud that ehofc beef. desks ef these people>i [sot fling vacancies vbea they 'group bio a .. b Huong said M members el the th* Viet Nam vat tout North
had only matt medical n- aUtioa ai rural .... mid id n about C4 M ta.bacao* DIrt dlvtnl: and occurred. CGmJIIt&H pledged! ,[security lores and Burrj; a3: IV/d/ HAIDo )



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MinluntlM tome ti 4 Iliwi, rdtntry type och pottern lot lit-cleio' mllllniI PARK. OCti-A HUMPTY DUMP N "' *
iittm Child Cer Why Try
Baby ,
I ipoclel' 'IIIII. lend te Low I
,. Whoeor. Oelnewlllo, Sun. N.. RADIO HIPI-TlM RiurMrTVtednteTM. ''i'M''U' It Ml NW 13m I. 4M NW lull It VMWADVtPJTUI
RIAL ISTATI MR SALE -iron Dopl, P. 0 Ion III, WOULD ITHe IHrM CMMrM' to ors PmuMnl pollllMi, .
ADS U Mown Nemei fir Isis 24 Point .,."..., New Ver u for In """. prlvitt homo Pox top poy. smuts Sun m< otnorempoiiy MINUTURI RACIWAVW GATEHOUSEP.IITAURANT IN TNIOINI
N. V. Print pithily P1TTIRNNUMRIR tree I* com. don Kit to "' .. IV _III. Apply" In PlnP > W. Unlv Av* Open NleMr" ft OANCI
U Lets fir leuMWelertrenl leme N I Elms erelnery type HAMS ADOP.III ant IW ltd PIK-l sot m Is It .. M. I II 4 PIPICTORYDININCMUSIC
Property IONI .r.-. COUCH I, let N. Man II. SCHOONERROOM

HIW POR IPtll tot ,
dnlsa -
MCettofM fir (el* 36 PI. mere ,.", ..... te knit, crochet. HIM w""uun. !> / Wile .IIIVIC' OIIllCTOIV LORD IYRONS
17 Reel little iMHtngM1II ...., PIM I PP.11 petierm, enveroloery '''''M'. 101W.. UnIt.rAa.. A,. ITALY IN GAINESVILLE COCKTAILS
.... little WentefJr Oollf clams. ttnt Ucenti .."In pars. Bin hy cenawifit. In the eniiejit.Ml DUTCH TREAT
tor new Moeoiecren CXelofVALUII WANTEDLPN etmoophore X ItelylMANAROI 'M2 W. Univ. At'. GENERAL GAINES I
CLASSIFICATIONINDEX Out el Tiwn Property XPIRIINCID, Kilrl ......'. .Oust RIITAURANTvoclllliei
Saint M f INN relnery type OpuN 1M NOU.S 4 DAY STEAK ROOM
M to PmNth.
et ...lntll PrtpertMe M COMPtlTt QUILT .lIw :W : = 'M Lnepni. pint I
Peiturin U4. Prime and CMetKeoki
eytlme 171.Ootor *
PATTIRNI ... ,....
m exno QuIt
Rniewitlil Incomea new end emer 'lcl. IUMM IANBWICHM ROAIT KIP,
41 101 I nl.n14714352.COCKTAIL prepere4 to lotto
..., your
wpertp IIM rlewtrwrn III '.M. CORNIO HEP TURKIY
Parma ft ........ 3550Seat.Par N cent! bNoI M eur MM ....rIIt. SolidlyMV
The Silmwllle tun will net beroueniille WAITRESS for Gale..vill.Nuninq 17.CI MId t. IPf... I W. liffl ... PR M74
41 Celiraf, Priestly MM Mr mere men' tne CIvIl' 11. dryly I In Sinus. N Thirty HOT .0.1 sliP SANDINICNtS lewMbreuMtl*
Incorrect _1o i.111. W NW mil M.CHRIITMAI C."ti New Orltene ttylel ... M wnnALAN SHELLEY'SI" COCKTAIL *
NW lit
RENTALS III HIMI tor any arts lit add "I W. till'''' Av .1. LOUNGES *
: tor delivery
4>l ColerM Properly ...... vertiMmonl M e footer extent LULLING IN PULL MR. SANDWICH SHOP
DIM. 11II11"" MKC ee.tuple SWING' VM, our. RMfeientp.tlvee '
ANNOUNCIMINTSI 41 fir dent CLASSIFIEDDid to CerXyri Pine NOME COOKING PLAVOR 'pony PockMO'sioro Prwonlt"THI
art .....,1' kl" weekly
.. ky IM I Item k me 5.wrtNSn.nt. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY CnkkM. Sam Pood. ItoeMlorvM CVPRIII LOUNOIImllC
I MemprlerI 41 Purnlohee1 AH. Nt NWstln1N" SINN MNirna visit You too Clft ADVERTISE IN THE CimNN SittsM I.U costs AlirmpKore Soft MullciMutllMly
Core el 1MIIIII M UnnirnlinK Apti.VHiulM meee en situ.. mot iS netmoterieiiy kin tnt knurl Merry Christmet trots t AM to I PM OltlorMlOrltlM
? end M.* ales, el Mr hut ,_"". CHI Awn TOWN HOUII RRITAURANTJKU Ao VM Like Them
.. I lilt Ptwi for last 'u"". PR M41I er writs, P. O. Ml 'or lIP SU.IIty Wsil.n.0MN SERVICE DIRECTORY
NN _1- SW Utn II. ait NW iitn it PR nm.
r. I Penotuiliee' oorvteelIPKIP 41 Mown fir Rent UMvnt 411 Oelnotvllle, PI*, call

.: : TraN,1 IiMned110 XcllCOtPKrliti 41 lisps fir Rent the The/ prlvlloee tlmwlllt. el reviilne IVR, reiervei, or rNcHm .. GAINESVILLE 172-CM2 TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE a CAFETERIA OR PLACI
N Mobile Sinus 12 M.Id H.I Wentocillv.t.
onml SAd isM II
u, imera" ChlM Core In'. Ih4 opportunity W llh wrMM N.W. IM M
wmM T Knit ._ me cumilcition et 378.1411 .
any and ...,.,c. SspS.ILECTSOLUX Puma Rittmom-no .* lit CALL 3781411.
f PIOCM Tl .e And M ...rdt.. WMMIt ad stlamnaot trim mar artm.1N CORP. ......".. I

t. flies T* He Office Dull Ipec mantorm, N 11II aucy" d Wiaptr. me NW 'Hl (I.

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; II Gifts Gifts for Gift Gifts f rDaughter

H; N for Mom I for Gifts Dad Tht Home for Girls S SA

GO RIGHT 00 ITRIITI A .... toon nin* N 11
It TO TWIN OOKMWIN IIM ArWecret ..._. 14
TOYS 8u -,1 r"'t"" IIKCPOR e.......,* ...m.. limn
Mitchell 101 reel. N price.Zett CHRIITMAItTRIITI STUDIO' Sill Cal ITMIIiT
,..rf"ti II net H price.THI IICYCLI IHOPHI SHOP hi your MOMS.II .

O GIktor I. u.....TACKLI.... X IIIH IOX It BIG 20" COLORFUL W Unlv Aye. IreJTtl 15151w/151 MS1w51515.wAAn .

Oat Chrlslrn.1 dramI n.1.1.
i .................. ..... Gifts, ell an45t A ..... can Isms
.. till N .. Dewlll .-. w/N5
M. mt (lit Me weuld ipprpetitiA for Son .1.. ..._ Call 35/1110 N 1111
: 16 Diamsad 1..I.t e It certHlcileVeefi ; '.0. lex 715. CI.,. j
Heir ran tor Mly B4. WIHl Purdine *f eny mirrorIXIInt I(
141 Gold $225 WIND"I nr tun er ....,.. IiIiltIuIIintillIlmPMQCHSIITMAS. '
i HATCHEI'S J.w.l.n liB W. U.. A,1 PI 1341rn5m.mamErlRmlymRwmRwmtmRm ColMn. end air Kiev U cuH-
E. ViM. FR 1-1112 ev Vat u.*) in-iui ,. NOW UNTIL CHRIITMAIPIXII
: : GLASS CO. moo .. Homo Iron IT U 0 I 10 '
..": A Situ CHAIB OiRLItver IN Home. ..."
lit hood rata hovo ltd .Hlovorllt m ... Mali ,,,'W. ................[ 1451' Ills ,.,1 RfUPHOLITIP.10 .y ..lslat.Nla.tl5ttttcl.ltla.ia.rnCNSIITM "15 W. 404 I.. A... 17t-77
=:= roo CAN .third II Stnid WW' M.
A ". V0M lolly at NW im T... ... -1 .1 .
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I ONCIM..LL. in 01'11I114.' n Scud __
1.5 CNNIEcMIM M.msma / 4l0W'N 1 LOWNSYOrNAy rmd 1arMNi.n1. Venn. ,. Xw toe Xd Sit oollir

...Ifmmammsalls. ..mamallms..mall M451a C. isrna a NsmNO .. e otMpr *TM.< etnoloulo a WWII hok lite doll nerml
INTIRIITPIM price from R. OoWItt with. oil Certllkilt Irom I I
1tU IINIV"'L' MOOIL KAS Gifts psynwrd PIM.. CrMry. ..Must 5r5.514. ir..UU IT '.0. IM 755.mN4n.5NlmR. KUT N KUL MAUTV SALON
Merm t
TWIN NnDl' Z'O 1140 Car .111 ayS a (o* CMumceNM
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w t.nSl SrsAmrl ssrnPlstii art.r ir5.5 psteliid now ----
.41 5qul.., Ill N ...... fir Oft lAVINOII
tI mil PIM. often uvmn oe c n
MIS Spinal NN any
44.INES .171 N A CtlrlihnM Oils X IteutyOol menm lIP two VMTI. Ae tittle 45laWysi
*25 A Nwlry ma.Mt.a N S IIIrtn OIl 101 CUS c/N11m m ltto \: cent ...... IH puymenlORIDLEY mmAt
thularas m'mMS '0.1 a 1' a GIN Cartllk.l, Md
when VM twy from to.ex m.nN1 N Iltmns m a.1 M MUSIC CO.
OutHoii wriert lervlce Stands 5554:1 w nNN KM ... MOM' in-na
bxiint MMO.Nxwnel / pan f to MIN CKrWnw
10 lewlni 110I........ C 0ll"w .. 111 NW 115 51, 3735W UnIv.P .... ......- --".
S 4.1.17 371003. Of TIME you .rwM through the it."*. "0'., you'll
..... PimiAmerlun. SHORT
] UnN
DAYS This R.od e ..... y5N CMIlhnal _lIt b. iur t*> fm. lift for tv.ry... on your Inf.
.. 4 _'" g/smI 5115 st.i45Md .''It _
Uio HM h." ty form bolow to kt track f
A -11IoI ale eI 5s0K Sar/lr KrIOf IsS1 bSad .
I Prenck Potaclil >. 54114. 0.1.5 ISu.5 W1. your kMinptod pinch, al
$2.00 Aweom Gifts forrwnddad M. you'll .... .
b.v. Kum .sd I. p.eI IWIM ,._....,... Prkeefrom .11. CIII PS 14551. .4 .. .
re lilt
MH to ION.IMITM 4 gift th.t'e tare to .. ..lI
DIce ftITORM .'leiwer* ClUne
.u.... CO. MM w I s.- I I(
.... PRlM1 New slid uw m .... I"rIc.
commtftlilI .d Ill IW IH nl 0-T IMEY CHRIITWA*
to HON NtMm............04..4......... TK* loit XXI luwner Treiour* Cast MOTHER i
_'"* 51Ct 6 s.5st PEI .EN 0,5111.1 Eo 014 1554 ,...-. 4M-IW FATHER : F
U Mom me eccMwiM toIII ...-..-................... I i

t ; $ v.rti .rt only. Esch weak RUSilL was'S ITOVIR o'g. ONntll|Toe, MIKIp1 15./w/m/ N,50pKf .. RCA M.551454TM snhml-.yw.-n .IOTHII'1 I I

.. I IMW W w unw. AM PR M M As.. 3711741. lou N.tM 50.0- .n" 51 Cola SISTER I I I

.. t a d iptciolI H lio fir 554' MmsnirraVARISTy .TOII..l GRANDMA I

wont i 7 II 'of A5 774-714. GRANDMA S
Santa Snags Gifts forChristmas ...--..................a.am5mCNRISTMAI : =

.. will b. ff.r.d, wetsi, fir TECH TV COUSINS I INILAWS

lily 554-atdl as-Ina 111- 35y41Nforth I I

M. West AJ t.NNrla IA SssVSsnl 501 I
4)MM hMCMo _-.... er CMV CM MrlpM' fAI "'IGHIOU'' 1POSTMAN I I I
Sir ft 4to N45aew I :
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Fruit Cuba and Pound. Cakit .... isrItIloaSi I ,
.. PheM 37M411. 5.15 11.'.. M4 try a. 5515asmry 11M _c...a"nt MIUMAN'1
:: SELK.LINDSEYWill .mMMi many A MKMjprv

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November 27, 1964. Gainesville Sun 17
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I 1 10 $ Clean out the ClouM tV Utility Roomi Now-Pick up extra CLASSIFIED ceih Penan to person ADS ads are for non commercial.", tilling mt'choncjiie priced I

SAYS 4 LINES ) ?bring' $100 quicker or 'less action.with the lllIing price ."''.<' I III the ad No additional coats for ads that roqulre the full 10 d yt. No refund for ads that

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

IS H.._ to S.NJ II H..." fat SsIsPTTA4UVI5OitI'&oOOl. IS Heu... IM Sale IS H.... foe Sal IS H....' tot Sail

1 MUSt. VLR.. THE TIMEIS WILL ..II 'or .... ,n... 011015Usd. ; ,. {ALL'in U you OIl Kukliw tora I NVESTMrnII Down
COOlS. -'Y.' ..., down I .. a IS. I 110' hosIf, C.'tlr.l fil. new nauM ttul li alllorpnt:
IDgl49 JJjLLLi'1 CCI- amallont Mcallon. manya lull' II. klk_ CorM SrI. Wills (ergo bedraami t aalhi Canwr lot
SIIINlsICJLIl .tra toolurat till VO4I4I and not o.o ..... cm 1-622., wood Noon, built.'in kitchen cvprm Inn I ktthiPotpnllal $46.50 Mo.
ACROSS 29. I'O..IVI II" NOW. oo at HI3 Nl ISIS Tppraea.IUV _".... aKutteri lamllyrm. butt..... Loc.'''' nMP Itpphon' POIIOP prnooln
H! t I't I.I R L IV .OWNia. bawlllul homo lie ana near unlv. HI Mil IOM N. W. nn itrtat NW tKllon-wH ftoin im.ll"
lull DID, .
OiaiCT PP.OM HIS in NW Mellon I Uacm !tom
Judeaa adjvuv.king .
It !. S"T. !. I. 1"111 0 D prlea raduead. na cammtaalon. IP. hrs Torwllllaw .._. Mull oa WlSTWOOO area, now J I T > VlUtlM lot. caneralo blorl ...."ue,_
Sl. Wharf 1111 I MiM. bltclwn oquipaod wee la .. ._,.,.... Coil fTHail bath Colonial Central A-C. Iron Ix tt na uw KIP flora anPP.
32. bl. A :. a t It f T S Do You HoveA PHA or VA. tlol Nl IS* TOPptuln ..-, MO et III! NW IIM Or. UN porme. Glodyl Smith. P.oltor tun-womar W Woiomaivl04ltor
4.lIatil'y At ,.... 1121 W. Un'.lIy' .... Ill! N Kola' It
33.Sprcies \ PT' I't 0" Irx 3741501._ _..... tamny raam.kxotad low dawn poyoiriort. 3043575 '
$Belgian ". And c. Room IV OWNIP. Laraa I l rom on .lorao cwrnar bit lcamm .. ar irraitlIUILT ICHOOL:1 I!, \ b.l' ClKama SPACIOUs' Homo by no's.'. 'MMhordwnnd
communell.Proidjuto : Lat. p11 fIlSItMIPl I I Milt noma tarraiaa ttoon noNjKMrtioM. eunvanioiilta IN KITCMfN, coo. 01.5. na down paynant sItu 4,0,5 000570,0. poOl 05 50555 CSto.
36. Coarse Bk H II T 0 It bunion tltctian aaubio carport1M oMeN aol i niama. PNA I 5*. l<* "' '''0. MN fop SINS, twnor, con Pa. -.<". 5105.015W .11 1110I N' 455.
3T. Sort I-44I4 Apartment or no.11711 ...... III S .11 "'. on tmoncina. fho Ames .... ,,. faulty ton DIM PMA down ..... MARY MOELLER REALTOR I' a Sedrssus. I 1.10. leo. lbs.1r5
JudaJira 39Hd: A SiIiD I E.IMlGIStNiLI ,.,... 5505015. NO .Ity 55i04 P0000,371,100.7'i man, 5 f will' IMN tIll Nl $mIt lilt w. Unlv. A.... P* 44471aiaco. tool 555 Colt'S. P5501,

I.euei& soesloit a II Lti1 DIE. OM TOO T S House to Rent? W.'UY. II UP L_ Price lit. Illf.Si.Sit*. eslpsrO., dES. S C"oi Cysug.lId. 315, Will atr_' .canildop,llopip Ktiy trtdafarjrar OCCI A blob. 5 55, 5 1.151, 501ieee : ,' 'so.. '. a-naiar Kflafl. and Fl IHti lovply, .
trniloa. 40. Sumra* A 1.1. L It'I S papfiNIU ( HPIiCN Moly _.. 5005 bomr onp.rye 501 anoums Ill WHI-i."T II..o"l elliS 5.00,5 1511W. _.... Sc. I' 513PM.
Int a wINS II.
ry - tSoPIOl room
IS; 11 'Jntoxlcii.. REMEMBER... '111t Maul. Heal IN5rIALACSUA ,., ..... Alu ",", IIU.. io,",,,,,. air con*.. mm pool club, mmbartnla lr.. NncodM Me* yard Soy NOW ANO WOIK OUT Too
14. Magnify SOLUTION OP TISTUDAT'I PUZZll Wilt .. aiaa hv trot NW urn Tar Call!_ lr"'111. k> Hl".'lona Cmirt MowSO hull .III kll<..... I't-KM ar *... DOWN PArWINTN.w
Ing ftffaplant 15)54.. INC I 11,1" ban' houio' NW em AVO- P.y. |tl 41 m*. l''l' Nl 0443 ........ on. hooviiy wooaad ....
IT. Cr. vowel DOWN: Glee!. wtni A ruritai 1 vacancy Pnono IPtaua 10n0 PlitiSMWrlIssSUf. OIly 0055 Tort'. PS 0-SW,. I -_ ._ ... -, -,,""' ,- T.....
IS.P.Irnllly 4* Model Hem 0_'" ovary Suns lire opportunity, ImmoOlileaeupincy. Pus III' IV OWN" I 55 I I sod fwr bOd....... ano and tee
19. Seedi20.EiUbllia Ring out 1. Time pan rtiv COSTS YOU trom IPM. -IPM. 1111 N. MH04. bath cci laooiiy oimaio4. I booS 5S505. "kxuaina' brick front caM >
48. No: Scou T.Hiwgaf W. 14 PLCemp LASSITERREALTY from i, J FMoy" KKool at NA4 I 011515 wattwood 5,5I0.s.Wmll
49. 2. II an h Dell land ... call wltk II ethop I I NW '''. ,.,. Mony mca foaturoibaoiiiiioivai ta .....,.. AH illy tarvMoa. ,
22. Bards Ffliring 3. Mountain than the a\4 that =""Jytu bam.' luy lyll'IVIIV snot PARRISHPRESENTS P10501505, alp eon*. I ... at N W. Itilt Drlvo and N w.
dummy I. BonJimau I.....' nod ...'. ._.lIIy Dm Piaco. Coll' tn-1541 blIp ar

J4.Nolloflh 50. Veraeo' creu 9. EnlibIs will rent It! your T'M'.IC.40.P5PSCT. modeli Hurl en .SIoCssI 37e10L ,fe ....,. 37154 n"hI"1

VhS ScrIpture 4. Papal tubers POP U\I FAMILY JulY OUTIIOI' CITY. IIMITI .

!5. Criminal 31. Extl Ie of court 10. Aitonlsh OP. IMALL IOROI"Y lemoNs ( (HI bOOS IMmt ft*

:Forward iklU U. n.r. Her, what your Lfta now. In (t) lodraam, lobs lara iwlmmln' pMl'. ..
5. Pinup TO PltSINt T III
., bath in efww _
.141 nama enalioNarmwoot
Sri Sum. tInbog msdtl-s COMPARE! !
15.Anchor NOSING' $35,004Tiom. lilting, two ...,, twmo 'mproillga kltchon., economic MA ole.!

rir J 'r20.Clesforek vacancy COSTS .. N. W. Urd gMwnoad Acre Lit toll powor. Lor.a raom CM M
0 7 Pen b.d'nnm. tIN toolS' Sari.
.. rocrootlaii
r uMd raam
'I YOU Srled .tIlr.5 ....- llvln* raom .100, llpopnee end
EVERY DAY Mothor-ln-Law wIlt' Lots lot THESE
7 'F 55. bioS' "'Ie' _... 155.741. lIIllo5 1.00, 50,05 HOME VALUES
0 I' fl. ten each i hive wall will ......'..... Con M far umy. I* W mil as.
r 1101C row.... POeselini, 121001.'or ta lot
: ...... till THAN
43.CrI.p until it Is rented: N W. :nrd C,. VAIl liMe PM a kwaly PIn,- .praparty. BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE"
liT 1$ coobis KM poem with, II'....... TIll. UMW.IAI9AINI.
StIeS 0000. ....,, 554. (VS.tndN. I. e.i .5u smell SIn II
26. B. situated TOrso boaraom, twabaitia. you ar* taking, tar an axacutlva HO down pi MPmonm
7 iT \\t RENT YOUR 1 .. !
7 & 27.jtlndrsnce LOSS IM.... N. w JJrd Ct. type ham* md IWM I S.d..
I Mill In tool nalonbor.nood

l. II I 00.Ofeh. IS: PER DAY IS: .....IIM Acts latt. N. W. 14 bees IIN'VIIIITV Lioilp larva Mop: room 4lnin*.
.u lJ bskhoe. Cl. Solos lain. llnSo* room.S.psrSI raom Sal atrip noart bi.' cam.twioMa
otroonod porcti Inn IsO0Sy BUY YOUR NEW HOME
Cobol' _. I 501010111
2.Crren Mint
M par .... .,. .. .* only
l4 Z5 If> n MT diy 'AUDIO' lOOMS 1oI0D.L. .f 5itO 401 nki PIsoN" .
: II. H. Olden Qulilly .0,4 ....""Y. .an A Irony 001050.' 15 liolPInily .... BEFORE DECEMBER 31
II* ..... ... SPLIT LIVIL It' Nvlnf raom
2, ,. JI. :iJet.JJ : par rIse II41 air diy 1,11 0410.T. 11. UTIOU" ..Ln'ar.l...,n. 4151510 I .1 5(05 CS lint.oisd,4ISO ... .....,Iy ....... bull ''* IIIe..... I AND SAVE YOUR

anip.en. II a par diy P. 40505 Oily to ,........ Siarumme S 5.110. .. 5111.10.' toI.
l.'ngl' Htm wim' auaiiont
Jto ,,3$ 08.MaIn. NGoirmi StNp.rd.y LAPOI 'MllY, Sot !tit _. tor", ..

tahiti JWK I .....,...... I ......, foorily rwm.cltllarint CALL own ir teviwclPfOINTMIIIT
o IJ7 J.t rz; 39. uonlnl Sal bar .... nil air *>y ,...,..... flrcplMa 'Inllvln. --oiIIUIMltlll? Nl.rl
: I nom, tMollnjIly I. n 4IXCILLINT 378-1521 >7 I 110W. Aw.
372.8404 ,
Sused 514.050 itS reody"
RlOpirmi. 0050.
40 41 'fl .J 4) 4t.Seaweed ixpireen Lii., CslIIsOtsblS 55001 tor
44 tap 117.INN Inilto' looitor, 055050510. ,
NW LOCATION only Myrtio ''or. I.IY. t 55. I
- 42. By blrll1 Illpieme .atsno.y and Include' tOO IOI'ow''''.' mrMb.aroomi iwmwMl .lacsttis.lISrrIpOlIl$55i5w10b. Wm, I, Illll M.rrll Anoclatl HIM u> lhln| nwn lufillyrMm
<< eT 4T U. SIsters ImMlep la e.lra lergoltwo MI I tMrttm, tiwoint' "awPi 14 lullll, AlHKlatim tUt SW. UtK Way pirl.r.: 41nlnf rwMittfliwlto
r 55555cm. H M ....,, tow I.
par MyMl botni tenim paradelloori I iii it (CMittrvCtvk litwitll Knww4 lortN SN.a .
tool 1.01 OoymSel soil "lmmndl. I 05
built latilenan.
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'jT Pit.
4 ST m kiMMm I bo'h' 0500. let.r'
H.Ro.tpro- per me. nil par diy double, e.....', large acctwMcy. .
I ,.. and 101101,51 ... ... WiMy. alp _III....* all
pellet wiiiity mom and many .. LACK ACHtl TrMllta | k.4.PMm. ....., .,... "'OIlY..... liLy II IppOl0000SWsOlsllllM000000 .
Partimul3min. N __ 11/21 III par ma. UN ..' diy Ift'n"' Woo you will "'" I boll torn* wills, llvln.PNm MODELSNow Ploy ",''u.".. soMelbollOy for .lon ,iomlor
4S.Cltaral Itl .... 14.14 Lot;'i let tewiner' an tOll MMralf 4lnlnf rMm, fwn '... ,,... .l. sod SOW ....... ton* ",,,,,,,,...* 15 PtiiiiMii
par par eiyUN MosT atirodlva' Hid "loit tti.i ",, lly PMm wim H__ Issue 050 eo40rS. Will 411...." vraiMty *- laf aIW .
......... tvlll Hi lilcomno.' C...,rilINIKPINSIVI 0 5 N 5 p "none'oI' 5o5opi. \V-O*
.. tNorwood
> los baini .n.I..Y
par ma. Hn par diy ana 04. TIes boo a << .. ..
NW Plarida room "...,.... -' ) CIuIoSrMyOs 0101.5027 Itrot.
11 Mile ShIp l WanNd 17 Wo.. w..,.. Mala 12 Mobil. Homes Par $. pane barbecue Occupancy
CALL 378.1411 | tMM..n _.
attar N diyl. ly eppelntmmlLITTLIWOOD IMO N.W. llik A. --'--.--'-'-
.. .
II/UCHMAKIII Id.., wor"", RETIno MERtHANT d It"" on'Y. M (oM OMMItlM, .. .4 IA I I. .
ao.4ltlonoi ems bo anparlonwim4 Poll tlm. ...." s.iS. WOO Our.Cs FEDERAL QUALITY TO PLACE YOUR .... sot i, aauibiefor 141.1, Ia Sims SuuIs.ue5l0. < a m twin iigoa Mim
nova Pi.. Mcanta. 10,. Tuck.Of I" ...lId.... Rnn.rln'o.d a ItiiTi HOMES INC. ..,. tow tSIOII dlrocl trill 50000 : : m" or I/9M *i. K;
Jawolry' Don" J. M PloIlII rsrsiI3Rj'oim.! am N W. Mltl It. ttolnaivlllaPI tOrt bidroami los bolnt. LITONO. ANGSt sam Sit. .

WANTED 'man U la M tt Hill Oaf """" ,_ War. SUN RENTAL lara II..... roam sON flMre ., S .1ft.. IO00l70ll" "l.OuOl Estates;
\ young II sc....&. > InatrvctianlHIOM ....... loooan one ill 15.OltIsrul 55505 0 lotS
train for aulilanl monaoor IM.porlonca 'UU SIC' 4". 3 ... lot and ptoioint 101 X Mi lot M 1100 P4W. 25.1. Pt
"hilpful. Apply In ..,. sort. WANT able. Cnmlartabl*. AvailableCIIIKIIOI WMlborly so Hopo
mono 5 Piy.cloo' e SII.Is ADS I I..... wuitt-ai" SireNs' eniii,
.. I 55 5 bollt..
H vii,,, l""n", 2 M wniie' *aII HOWILL'I COIL505.sAl. rlgnt' party. Plwna VoJMIUPOftl a' and a son C..._ ..111 haiti 0e. Not Cs., 1117
t IN. .....It.. Old' 015.101. MimI .11.11I. 1000. P.
1_..... reami Ift...._'. Inv .trktWloajutlfvllv .1It."H"
-Halp Mats *r "'11. eLAS511 .... nolrtthM. HbalvliM' el octoIon. 1 Int.At .
you buy OM ua tar to.auaiHy "'........ _III.... Wroe .SolO
NOW POMtN0. IIG'NNINGDoc. I In Mobiia Homot. Apprwknotely roomi. two bitKt boautituinerdwooa Paved 01...... In"... meIJtM. ....... lad 11S POW Ulh So.I .
a.d .1 ,.. "It1 \. IS 11105.51 Os 5.1.I .
MOtOR tujuis SALESMANcuss's U nell: t* enuooa tram. ? floon Out at townawnar corner 14114. OuitM" sit. SN" 5 5.104 5505 45 SlIP
W. unl. 'YO. PI ,. o Trod Homes
axe ar I* IkMle, thui NO CITY TAX 11,
Wa nivo _'... far Tranton,millar .lanimPo.turma ID dovbla ..rogo, .lorao lot. will caraider yeir Alt City ......1_.. pa orisob.
ICHOOL control not, ","' ... turn. Sot. ""
famaia Good Mrnlngi If
you or
II Mom, So' S.eai.r' A III S C trio M.M.PARRISH
"lois ,,.....,,,...... .nd denIes, to Sotr.aI 0, tao ..116. AmameVIIIL Mirlatta.' Hlllcraot, win* w.y;,Mil' |W Itltl II. Opon lot J.W.KIRKPATRICK. H. ssilssmislg .4550 NW. I 9111 Se.5S5iIillt,53111 .
run yen on, .....,_. with .try .,: $5015. tar 4 Park Manar.U 54500 All OIlS MOMII All
Unit Invoifmont, p,.... chit Mr. ... > .
usa THAN SSNT. a 0.0. .. CI IN MISS you to IN.oy
c....... Clrcuiotton D.", ., G.,... Real Estate ExamCOUPs. pans kt tit, MoMlo Mom* 5idarI MenlO .......1... 551155wbortrond. 1..1111 50.5500.4 litatoa II *N on.Molly p. > IIIINO aNn,..* IPVOU
viito ..... 171.1411' a>l It. I (a .... Low bowls pormiot I. 50 N halo 50 Plrio5 PS S 5100ASIOCIATI totolM ... Wa .... WILl' dos? CALL
755pm. 500115150 luya w. Sari Nli,& MM al W MHI II.... 4* 55
ATTEND fl... moon troa "SERVICE HAS BJILT A' 'OCIATII INC rwo btoim twM al N W IanAnnva. nn li. dON itaiiTmi
I. .,_. ,
C.II ,.... 10.1._ 1 loOoiS .
:Kit NW am It. call J7i an M Weyna Hill Ho'OI CrehMCererpn
14-Silai Hol, Wantoo1 OUR BUSINESS" ? AllOtlOTfi sreuiis Capt A. W. ...... WIN, lot PorrithIt I ,. or ri .m*

8P150W5iTiN0, "ILLlHGC A QUICK IAL' L.... Klrblandt Psot GrIsSlI' _Nl pI PMloy.", It,.., Alary 0.. inIlMNiw
VOCATIONALLY 0 I I TU..ED' ""''CO Tr.'nlng' BAIRD 5,30 N' lIlt' 0' 4 54. B bosS' il iT r""i: I--..: __
.. MOBILE OPP5I 1,1 IJ is.ioOlO I
Our toil men Indlcota' a aotmllalcinar See..1 C..r. kitchen WALTER STUBBSInc. Nimbi .. Hiss lulld'orlAiiaalitlM
awlpaod tin* down A
MaIn netpacysihh. HOMES take nose piymontl of 50303 ,..
por I*. AC homo Iwlmcluk.'
four man followlna' sue MIKtlonl HOWILL' .UIIHIII COLLIGI "'... ,,," C ..... Incl. PlIerS I all 1001. nil NI An It. Oacuponcy > e'C (I Oalnaa>lll.
and Inlorvlowa.loliry t.2727ueie.An.' 'R 0-Clot IISh.
aononol at deal IM4 *r I-mlNIAI In 4 sioss.S .
apon Married man agai .. 'aaldtHalihta
ll-d arotorrM Mult bo h'inKhonl 21 Llvaataxk fr Suppliat Pnonc 4H1K Jet_ _m t 441 KHOOLI I IP. CCI by r I--fi: ini.T eir.rNotCS
,,_.... call M.n.gtr, -. PISOOd _1'41. 1111 laot Mw Mm lao, 114 down taa : Phone 37 -5)4
Pf Hill. BUTTS dawn. mi Nl It'll Ava.lur .M'IIM ...... with Punk "IMP* Ilbid.s.ststoelosSibitnio'
I I WILIH MAKl | black and
....,... I oormt. t now IMDXaulfll 5ti'taay. lr... .at) n par ..... tailor ayiwun. I ... "" _. 00. noal, VA MOWM I "Yft tridi hOul.." Everything is

It-Work W.n'.. ".", .1. PKom mm, Wlllliian. Mobile Homes Inc. oiaijt MOM'luiieiaT .... aart Cad irtaajl lorI pwymont. FHA kom lilt
na Salt aumnlMion Paroda al MON-am ....... _...

WOULD ""' .lob In ....... 5' .me. II CALVII batt bead III fabCordon NW 13th St. Homo mime The ama I. .. I
Dairy Plrmi Inc.. Haw '' '
I H. line Wid. PCI. tilt..., 'to. :;" 5, : = :_flslOtkr5$slt 4 ....._ ", ...1. U ...Capital ink nm I.IMon.4 an Hroot NEW andTROUBI.E.FREE

Would' .....,_ IdlY .lob ai Call 441 tmCooaoroHva I at 6th St. .......... Inc.. 3040175IN IHADOWLAWNIJTATIJ opus souls ..atUC. McCOY'S
cool .l-2711, Ion ... MclnloinIT Ii
WANT TG XNOW NOW SI pemwi'Y"nloll 441 i NswaSsSY. 3 is. cc, s.o.s .., 5154055 .1 11I,11.
yin' Slips tor mIebre Clot. Not for .... ., _. 54005 ._ no f. 0 OLIVEKOPFiaiNO
Wark W.. ..
como Si eli. '1.1 YO liplillS, Meno solos an News it DM down .. I
Cit S. 11155 Iolt ailS, CPa City Limits IM monmly. in...... Individual, Ityiai Par VM

wnliorPMX Mini al par cantPnra See us for a Rental. IV-OWNII-n.. tarpart" tSP Walt' plmnad llvlnf' araaiQuality NEW INC. I in a brand new home.
6ilnoovlll OP LIoNS X lor. anady lot loar foncadNnr pnatorM A warmonmia *-
lla NW COIN ItJ7 Purchase deal a ocno.ll.If Miopplnf Ml 4)monmry
Do You Need An M54 "l IIM_ awlty. 1)11 N,W. A _unity van waul4 baprau4 MODELS THI 'JIFFIRSON"CnarmMaly I
new, easy way to urn it tn-ua ta lieu laOrlva Move Now Before

Office ? 10 PITS > SUPPLIES spAcious T.*. CCI Mama builtin Wari aa 5 10. PIN Maw 0...
Manager rent or purchase 11, < Plo _room carport HMoauliy A... put IM OIlS ....... btarwctiwi .. Dally 104Villaia loianiat' out.,...,
an4 lois len paymanfo. laa nan an Ian II *1111 wIN _
Financial REQ COKWPUPS new mobile home. C.H Pit not or wo al IM PI laaM.IARLY Gr... 11550555 to. 5001MW ISOIsOS.psono tho HolidaysALL
Cut rmr I P MCcila CI 0Olb A.... IvMa. SOILs tr* won
Controller? att-un MlnardPOOOLII 2) ''". Sdrvlc boai.", e1I ... arfomIsoley SOSSISSid snob aroa win
SELL AT COST ......, ...., ..
? alsO Polnc o for Mia OPEN 8 AM 8 PM AMERICAN s.d Iauuoley. '- loll 0501127
Accountant from 13) la ua wilts, poaara.pnana CLOSED SUNDAY Lomb now all MomS la MalaraOoraana. 555VIi055. 1.40.Pomep ttaroaa dandy ta ma limbs a.. CITY SERVICES
au-MI T'....... I.... I'. mk latcimaua. anMI. FIREPLACE HOMIAll '0MMA. ,,-. ,.... aro Soon Ilk
Disbursing Agent MOIIII HOMI IPACICONNOLLY .... lurslltni 5055050 Sits l'" .... .sOd. sip lNoiihiisiS Md Mom. rautia OIlS autttondin au atboim
M""II Ctubuittu.5.Pops. All bolos .tor 5 .011
P5.01.5. I .. Spiel "
AVLILA.t 5Pearl. around nmo. tnI -
.._..... any 110,705 lIrlolini CombO Isis IteIlH" pies 505 'II 51101
CorporationAdministrator CoellO' PlC .. -.. tImeS PitS ..JJt162... FERN WOOD MANOR
A ,.u.-, 5.. 1lIy 70550 WIllIs III.' 5.leibuSlty IsSISOIPIlOeletIMep ma a OIl droirinaaraa
S Mile'' lor" 000CPIIOI.i
? twaon Ole Town and ,.le. I* tIN Sob ColantM sIS;;;; < wim brMilart laplavioMy N. lieflI tor In tna pnoiiap awia H
.t doe ta DM Land au-xoi. P555,4 C. !161.lor''''Ma. lIe ream 'SI cam ....... TOPCarnar loinnaxa oVId ..._'' .. .... a Mmal ll'lna poom win
__ laf I* oak hiSS met. ........ 4 Mr aon4HMmn .. II.. 111ft II.... .. a ooparoia ainina raam pt..i a 12,250 up
3 SLACK mu. MeS TaloNs rio ttavo, avta woww a a* .... aoodond olr..t. COOkS a .. NON A.No5 On's iolIp 0000 01555' I 00.0154
Po.dl., PUP. I2t .KII I 510. ....,. 1'0... P* ...,.,. NW ... licollont MrmlavMiaWa. r...... and baautikjl/ tnarry aaiwindTna
I h....,. thaw dutlH and marana Ia. piiona V "trat'vrta MIMe. H... kIss, .... I I 1 iY'" ". OTWIroraj \" w.aa of tit fmwwltn
eompw. al "Si. OwNf | I klttl mono TIIIPMM
at tile lar joil 5.00.0,5 ''Ia M..y $400 DOWN FHA
.RMAN IHHHUD po'9IaI. a Mom talllna' MM 4' wn, m otiaenod twa sac faraaa -
I .
carporillont .. .
duolrIM floor ploni I ::1.
would' ChIli .. aia. AKC roc i lilt 11.4 i'd0I yoar 51155 meltS.: at Hit NlI and roar patia willmiaa NOTHING DOWN VA
OaMatvlll arna 111 Xnal SikaSISPO ... Drlva aul today I mllai touitiof fllllJC1 .
'21. II 3041107.IN aoiwnrhil pots MHva.
mako a .K>0 cMngo It you nood uoa attar I:J* orIAIKLII1 __ Oolnoivllia on U. I. 441 Pre rot,. 01lD T $100' CJotlitf' Coot
1011I1.-. OPaonltallon : m.m PINS POS5IT 3 IS.blOts. iiinicA loiuiCameivlllo
Howa. contact. ir6mip ... IAICNJI PUPS : 05% III annmmi Noms p ass N* SPIN n
Oaths I tool am Cam Mill. AKC Pi. limO by loin at NORTHWEST ,.._. Si. C Pities ..
udMti CM! ludg.ti and AnaIVMI Mill H....... UK. ro* Ij wnllapnalo TRAILER SALES roll' 115 1115 P1.0.' Tr>4 CharmIng $7516PER
Plnanelal' Ililomonla, T.loportb .. tlud CaH 441341 fa Walda. load 55 112.7010 FROM MONTH
I*. I Silts, carport 'o.u
Mortow Cimnitiliona S0AGLlPUPPI5 121 Slelo. At ,.... Sew P4MMII own, bulll In :... con7h.4t RANCHO GRANDII
,_,_. ...._.... PS 51C1. COON WALK TO SCHOOLS
Good SoPIlop 5,5,5 10 044w lIst A-e. 112," CON tadraoma I kotaa ol *
and Land men In Gllnoivlllayoari "n1ot II '.. Webeneaf 01 PS i1t13, Sic LOTS fOR SALI an tat ma. AilS i* im Tar.lud .I ...... mal ..MillaavridM losuop -. 11500.5 Cs.So.
Piers _. , HoBlnMn. 1 Htl4AnWMr .
: .. -.
numor o '
and c I''iv' apartment ivIMitif' I
...._ and arotaiilmol' lafipancit BOB WHITE QUAIL LAaai aooirut Ira M N *> bMiilllul Mrrlcb ar
Mambor Civic C 'I. baWrit. Droiao awrl II H aoen Ioct..,. locate Mlacont Mi city, loose camtractlail ta wlmaarlytouck LAKESHORELrJ fliNG
....lIc".oO lob Wit.I L..., arleo4 oce..d",. Mlan ""' ''' perid ..,... horN, .05 doi.sp's :.U0o9 : It" tmnFUMNINO t Price, $15.125, $425 Down
noon. laa lilt ,......uta. --1Iy city Sass. A'.. 1 larya Ul a..oltabia ta ana Kama by cnaaimaywr
I44i Piarida" COW atlMma now (.all I TO IUILD"Wt
an wotda lood Ml I miwanorm
LArd ...'.... bilSbir in-14t

I mIld CHIHUAHUA I _."...puaplat 515 _.I maINs*0111ymIlo me NenMloleO at _..,,.-. Down poymonf c'irTis. Itudy daukiTToptport : ua OIY' you .n nil.rngl DIRICTIONJt Drive Wet .PI Uth A,.. Turn

.. Is, II" a swat 374. ..... lam. raam. Snlll.M kltcnoH NOW LEASING in conlrMlirMj pOliO Left in lists St. or )9tH Time
koat t A-C
_11we" tlOOPt cool JO StaiN -
-ala sit 5'. NO II* 4IM .. I4P* ftdw Clrttom horn.CdHCdroldorV ..

GET 550FREE 12 Nose Par RAILROADSIDING Tar. Ski ablnMn. Pl >_ O McCoy Butler
PlY k> ..... me* ta own I SC.ISIS. Day f. -'lMNitiM6
LOT p1.. 'Nort. an NW urnO'Ot :JUor '
t .. Coas.W, iSbolot '
SING ...
MO'I 5 IftNlIl cdvi 50.g.Slalom'g.rtsss.ia5.4 i'm'50Iisa 5.4ts for _. 1._.,.., P154 luNG '.6)02Omto

40. X W Sos II. 10 lag .en 15115055me tim OuluOl... aOl LoioM atPJ. DAILY W-"J4| NIGHT I7<.'04I

This' "tak got $50 free PUI PP -5'55 s IsIny. isIs Itraot and Nr'_IM .I.

for your Chrliwal ahop.plrtg. IV OWN!*. baouflM laocloiio wtM YOU ASKED ,

with the purcriai. ol 12' WIDES _..X. Ha and uoa-..soulless, m 511, tar I* FOR Ill

mobile hotN ...,. VoKItOna
any na* : 4ka

from Fadar4l Quality. 2 BR under $4,000USE .... Sirs in' .'vfiia't,. maot 9* $65 MO. I What's More Appropriate Than

Shod ury-paekad bo.". OUR eitmva OTOMpoaovci 2 & 3 BEDROOMS
I aunriATiv INC
till" '* this RENTAL PURCHASe

N.w M>. wld.COrnplatalv I PLAN. on w Oslo.IIALTOI vales a vorMoa t Caraart.a I A Homo of Your Own for Christmas?
fupr ir<4
TOtAL COtTOf .4 WSOISMI. ,.,..., ,-. aamnotaa
COwTIACr will II IIM.yr. tw.-. kntnonaa
$3589 lulliNG ,... nAUtr FEATURES IHCLUUaSWKMMIM. .
-s7 OWNS. L.a. kiof .... C loIN-vanmoaa '''''''fllle.Oec".c, $13,400 to $18,200
Iiseili 55.5 ely' I P**< 4 laardwliaa IOOM
Gat ..... SmimP 'some istSwS DAD AND AI'BRAO GoNeva LARSEN Co. ,. MatWINIFRED S 5NG.iss city vtwHMa I Acre *4 PSOSI $155045 Cea ro4 Meeea .f J.vf,.!" Payment from $79.34

law 4... pOP. "AN I. "Am II 6.... C noon et .._ mom CaeMal A 05 Caeidl. I IwaeMVy- .

.. "' .... CIa i'._... I pene 4.15005Cam' C .. 40e 05i MnoM4 Mets itt 4455-o,5 sot ul S as.MM 0... $11,250-$12,550 }ta M. l4M.e C G.ibigi OP. ChiNa NOTHING DOWN VA -The convenient lIorth-
IfFEDERAL amSm. favaJ fapkiaie Aro4 I l,keedl *
fkea.sies 0'm' Moop le5w
tasIa iii. iesnn SM -
__. ryc-_. ,.. lisa $100 CASH VA Jl I.5'Ml l)100CUii'.flC.iri) mi's preirlg address


S5w I r alar, wocaiiiwa $395 CASH FHA
Trailer S *. I wa .... at N.rtS FOR PRIVATE. APPOINTMENT : .
.. .tan. HUGH U4Kow> ...'...'

at 5s.oo.M S5.VLi. .
INC. ,,_ 1- 1 ... ee. o.-ew. INC. 2jO4IW.I3s1.1'T.UIIfWT.44IBut1er'ros. _.. *:
__ IW _s W,0.O 0.MM .. Soles CitIes N r. 11.4 ...4-

4120 RW. lit* H. -bmw- Menus- $0.wot stun -10 NO C "0 si-_-_- Nt Nl ittts UtIt..... at IUIIOIM PoiId.r en ) Developer .... 11t T.... "- .. I71M7IFriday.

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1ST Golneivlllo"' Sun Friday.. November 27. 1964

tu H_ fi. .... IS Haute. Iw lei,. -i5H..M. >or4tTRADlT.oNAr II RJ lotojt W.tlf.1 48 Howe* fr (ten* Uufwi.Unlv .t ......... ...
] 70 iMtM**.. W.. II AvtwMkiln IM fat l'-Foreign b Sp .*i Corn

jH M'N.' "om down'OWn sod (LOSS to IC/IOOI. 3 05. I beth >AUUH7 WANIEI ZI 70155130wltlt I 00. 7 bI'O. kltthw, fU'" 1. 'TtIbRE TOTOOTT
141' $0021, S IS. I 0,00. lit l.nOo 00.1" tnt wilt or wltltont ........ Within' A... Phone :17M70P eftHI >joo_ iMrni K IJ1 68STflrf 'WHALKR, iiiJll "sa PoDs lor .. ..... _'. TRIUMPH TR" T02e. 1041' E.ubns.'
M \\"A.'Tot. Retrto. tj Hove. == AS. ,.,. 'H .nII. 'n NW I try, 4 bedroom so rnllll Sf 0.11.' coIl 31" 4 PM. epelr. 1. HP* fvlww.Pt, motor, Muiytr.llo,1I ... 4144 NW 10th it Ilk. now ccmdlliof" III 00 1014

prIm ".. *" ..... tlon. Price H500. Phone 1714731DUPLEX CM loreo lot MDoelreble ._ _or writ' SO NW Ittft AVO.I IR. I both CC homo, oomlly T-A-0 APPLIANCU i link SOS ,"* .... NW itt Aos
50O dn, II4t per eeol mtoreetEC FMley cIa looted ond ....*-. 462-1071. 1144 IUICII IcYLA0Tf"bi .
s& it aw 1anI: II. oft WIII. ,.. comfortable end Out *f Tw Property room me, tsar Phon Llttlewood PR ...ocnool.. or 1135Pet oooot 10 "....*.ttgr.Ovovontood'*" OP OP 744 Spool VWT.V. w-m, inuo ana Milt, : 1164....MGI-. torn om 1061 i NI .AS.0A.... eon"OMIO*. I joOt

slIm U I. C.'ICI OOlite. C.nye.l.4, 000011 01011, :104 NW Mtn Tor ; RePtos from ZltAM0b.et70matorW-0. Go.lor a.. AT WW "_ r-, II ft H, IM4 W Unlv A... Or Mil I.
ilMIlliod 44444* CoIl Mrt, Orollm 10.JlIn .". FOAMS 110550, 1 10.= ; I Woclisrs ., r.: ::: .H tlH tret'or' .. 1401* M IW tlrd slot MMI' .ou .me 0,4mm. Cot PR non. tna.CAR .

HW uih II. I IR homo .In SIlOS DOWN will buy tit,. "" 00- '/ uO 6 eon. fenood lend. THRU bedroom one both. log Drywa ... .. I' 17.....' IsIS WIN I factory coroolso, -
awe. Nut Old Town log lot DM NW 10111 N. ui I :
I1W down ..... .'1 Realtor Plo. Call 0.0. 050 uP .wn.r. now vrosri
w pork will not for III Per tins" I bedroom mnonry duplex' Gladys Smith. A... Crooi CII'I 4003737, per ..... Per .kitormotlon plion. 0 bIs45aj.... !raft... 17 AeIomOIls. W.n..'
mb.. or porPhon unlverllty' op mp-Hunt-fiell
.i mitt e monthly Income of 1171 1m :OT-vQll oflef g P. M lONbeti 71 MECHANIC DILIOHT mill
PR Man.r CALL UI FOR DITAILI only JIM' VOYLU .. "" Chevy' v... Sadie' ..._. .....
II LOOK II 40 lullneil ProprtieiBUSINESS TII'II bod'....... A"PLI"NCI CU.Sal. elwlliun, U ....14 Font
St two bomt .If Nw 11II BCU 1U1.. &' ITIAD Ir_ Many now pane. CM M WAN I tO, '
BEST BUY PM DOWN lovely I bedroom It* What mow will, .buy..." .-cent. I"J. en Pooler Icnool ",.',IeI. ev.ll, A. 011. ..._ t. or. vonl rib, cuHe com,,. bj mono Into old* cor. F* a Chevro'.... N hernias Sims.In. .
both, iptlt level meoonry hem Mm .homo wllh IT LOT OMO now. 111!.0* month to month CL'AN .'Iver_ ,., CMi milk' M per cent off. II... 11. II 4th, "
I10 'tmrWlV peym.olS kxolad kl the NW ioctlon-ONLV ft A I........ 1 belt 15,241.. win, flroploco .. with ZONED '* !. IM lot fronting" onNW Molhlooon PR MOM cr5. ROPAI5 WO"K ON ALl. Ps WILLY IWO TRUCK oevlpeed. "toT WANTED
dIlitlIp room thelveai, kitchen oviopoj' |3th 11_. 151 loot Ineeth. NlAK... c.n ,,, _. WiNCHESTER UTOMATIC bunting I Doer hum built' on,
two .porcnooly NUT. bedroom houo ...., dllpotel Ml ''er\\11 P"" ry location In 1900 545.*. UlTRA CL'AN I bedroom wIth' I. ooud cool.I Out front control. SIlO lot at Clown used can Call
bone .. .
on .. *> Ie Carol ..._ ... .21 rIllo
I IM let Sri 4. etoie.., BOO ZONED IA-t A... | ocm In 1100 Protsr "' DISCOUNT .
well landtcapad let luot Ivi mInI lirgo 1 .... Id ", "" 741 Nl mh Avo enyt_ Bob Adorns, FR 27128.
Ml* N W. Ilk Itroot from Outitoraiing, londieepingi' in blocS a NW 4SIII A... PrfcMkm 00011.. iSO .It _1.
GIN 171.KMfcloctyt FINANCIIHOMI Oalneovlll. OWNIR WILL TOO lot neor lohonll.p050YCI to ooll., ...... For lull pertlailere nue por mo. m-rm. PRICES i AL'BIII' 3Sv.i5llWrn
b. A5SOCIATIS, INC c.1IUniversity IT 4 br' homoe tar root. unluni! mm '

:: SmIth R.oIor ON LAOS 4 bedroom. OGALTON 370.106 FOROYCI t AISOCIATII. INC. WguodrMl,| ".rybo<>V. orl,1d 406. ,...... "V 4-

_TlJJ' W. University A... 144 both, contempo' boo. on m W. Un" Realty RCALTORfU HENDRIX "".
lake lImIts-OS. W Unlv 174.1IMt FURNITURE jjijA0temellc" II OougeMeoniim
t/moi city' limit, I *R CCI, Outside city till N. Met" It Ph 17141fl CO Full (lInks "11.
ofrtonod hi porch. pell* lorQ CUCID TO 111.OM, M w. M. Monroe Reellor IR, 1 loth like now N. ICieon _MWlthAv.. of loll, sIWc.0rkI. I Clot now II*. 1 Veer old. P..ono
pit 1130 MM Slit It. New- end opockwo flu olN 'NIIT. Leundra,
LASGI I glory 4 bedroom InOnnollint w. I IR, I both, Iv"'., 115*. good. ", .1311.
.beery Rd. ot "' "'''' HU...,. NO :. =:. HOLIDAY JOY GOOD BUY ..IS, w._ Motors "
out .. cell 174-M7. .e.tlmel Nil 3 U. I bath MARY MOELLER, REALTOR 0o. 34" lI1't' t.. lIS, radIo" hobo..
I3T '
I ISOton** R P Won.pporfunny 72
5.autltIA wooded lot In MosOe IDly W. Unlv Ave. PR 04471 0mm *1 Pt-tOOl I k Will ....,,.
;: AT LAST PIeS on Mow,. Mod IIn_'''' "bentdl derfml 0VO0IIn5 looM for 5006 C boeoI.spSnt Me*. I .". I both meienry hem*, 510.ascIi .... 041 Ien.. $05 ow. eaase ITS
r IV DeMAND ate _uponcyi tow down pay lot Sosineow, --'Y 527UnIv. cent hoot, I'A ml, from -. inotor wow .'N t2S, coonsI.noble. .It6Ilng. 500dttioe.op MIk.. CARS
John Merrill '"""'. A... It Islonuobsda .M Mod. Center 111 perm* IIAD'O I Dry HICK holt denn food legible,

"H:= Inc=;: tioo rotumodt FLORIDA PARK .!orw$2HolI3530j.!! APPLlANC' coelat* o M lou than o minute 51(5( S. MAIN ST.S .
*. Realtor In yen, I ", I. Contor. .. .
| .". I both Cycle" llotk NW .11 per 66 MI... For Sale Ion to Compltlo. WON
WITH 42 ..,.... t> Acrooio .1.rr oulomatle lImo end 0 ,.... Kip.M .
4 All brick Pronto MuHlpH' Lining lOT Art. Mr. IrioJIty. Mr. H
I Phono PR 1-.... United Porno Agency in-M54. > .. copy PuNS ond chomkolt.o rf. Mr. loirktrPh
Poet plntor wolll MITCALP OWNER II-A 0. $HlgnlO.Y. 20 ITO" [ ...coft operation Moot bo told
iTorrom floortt.formlco AuoclotootMorcolU' PordlW I I*. I bIAS both C,. centre hoot miles ..... Good terms. Omell _.. !.... Citmllnn.o i>wn.y on on Immediately, to moko room tar nt : K 2jm

coNnotlI H. ftuckhonnoilOport like now Very low down pevtAiiumi down .ymon' Ptoons PS '-n". 49 ....., For RmtLAkOI oppllonco, for HIP. W_. KI lorgor- opKltT' mocklno., Proomontnllon OPEN
dod In. mornogt. n* w/eilrvlng Wl Rofrlg' (II w bryan "S knt prior conMi IYINIHGS
I'':" All Day Saturday 257 ACRES QUilT room with hoot Ut. loclirt sypllsoico' ..". ''r. A-I It Contort w 0. Ibonolo' ,

$14,350 $11070 HUGS lomlly room, I M, I both IOUTHWIIT Lee.1d NW it 0"11I. Ptent.oft I i end rotrlg ... HANDYMAN' 'HO' PR 4-426? QilnoivllU, tun, Phono 17H4II
end 4 odrom Modell fenced bock yord. corner tot ..... N,. U ot Plo end Mod Center like ,1". lii 1:1t: ecres I In toll both. Working men or := 1 OATS ..
hoot. patIo, air" cond pool mom now. I ,". I bath. CI Pie.Psi. bonk mitt, onnuol poymonto ol _Phone ,,. 42721.PUINIIIIID ONLY' Now l. io limo ardor your
[ CASH VA ........,.. dropory rod.. millIn "tehon. Cell UI 0klea Unclolmod louMry end dry CHRISTMAS CAROl LOW
$100 .. ironano (1174 for I more yooro tie ocroi 500Mb 3110 blesSofnwon c.....,.. clothing las. PrMoy ploln or hnprlntod. onortodor OVERHEAD
chine' coblnot niony ontroo Iff IS hew nuwel, mod tine home I nwSede. Pretty
f2I .W tot and loturdoy too ..
Clm Ms. only Noorly Nu oliko. SM Mioctlon
Put mo. '11 0-4707. 1104 Nl lIlt
C/25H >f. PrIced ot only liu pit acre.Per Call 213* ohidonto only' 'urnllu" PAR 5555 Drive 18 Min. Sort Hundreds
.$750 FHA. ll VHTOMInveillgote I 441 doioili collUniversity 024 NW Iii Ace Corn,.... Ottlco OuttlitoroUvIn..Ane. ecroo on LARCI IINOLI ROOM for workIng -
.loknmon" at Model hem every SPACIOUS with, dUO ft 'ntaoot Income etobllohodl Realty ... Weekly mold ......k.. I AUTOMATIC toutIng mochlno, 101 ,w 312.2551 I" Air door I'-
doy 14 '.rn. reduced ork.IUIINEM 1111 N. M.'. II PH 171-4111 w* ot __.tor. Ilk Nl kidAvo. f..oront<,od to moth, O5. I K, 63 CHEVROLET ,4
w. .'. II.' bclldlnp III bowtlfct You ought to ooe till loroo 4 IP.I w. N Munroo PJMltor 17J.I1M or 171-mi .0. lilA goo tooted will .hector 71 Mullcol MorckMdlM don, r. die.
Ml III Wethnerlond., both homo In Piano. Pork.lOMIIful OPPORTUNITY mIttS Ihermntot, uo. Phone 5' htatir
londKOpod tot 147XHOLovely CLEAN. QUIET ROOM I automatic tranimiiiion whit wails
W. .,. storing' very line nestase.reats11oningenIl0d0eltIi. HOME & GROVE ,
nol nborhood. Over no ., Put builnetomofi or upper douItuoent nATCHCD HammondOrgans xtra cltan like new
HUGH IN. Ft. living or.i" PrIced, to Mloulck Wl ft Ironlige enMwy M ocroe CHnn 4 Pratt Clow-ln 17I-30M. sot Wilson, Ion $1840
I Ineoo wllh Inood
Call m-tnt for 14.0.FURNISHED eppr ..... !,XW. Chomplomhlp' with, pro condition.
conolltlnl of IMg, ,lend 4wulpment CompnrMly _'.. t bog 4 tort, till now . .
:. EDWARDS, living evonero option Alt W pretty: ecroi I1U01 17 ooe.IN 51 Ml**. ....... tor school. Orljln.l Nod coil nor.or UOOocrlflc .
TOil ocroo only pore. ,
.I with room tor ,.n.'o" 61 CHEVROLET
r emoll will mi'" 1121. 171-U21 otter 5 JrvsMZ
INC. A down peyment ll an H'.bll_ Siamese enow- Term on obove. '.M. "THE STANDARDOF ,
b927 you Into him" poet I ID. I bosh Owner retiring.Apor CallA .. IRAILEPt SPACE
NW 39TH DR. Cl nome In convenient NI 10<.. !nil good P-ool lotote, POR PINT Oil IL _'llhwoyo' bor-bulld dumb COMPARISON'Tho heattr, outomatic tranimiiiion power tt trng. -

: 376-7971 lion. Complexly. fur nlonodPrlcod .. f Krai. Ill touth with .... C. i_ Angle, iroHorO no MONTH bell lot with ,rock alas HO ,..In ono cod only Hammond Orjnn
(f.100. property 4 lend oultoblofor 1. Anglo. AioocloteUM Nowberry TraIler Pork with' I onglnoi' owltchoi., building Moro Hommond Oriont MM powojr brakes, whit. walls, one $|
come hM
LOVJ NW Itt 5?. Phone 174-4077 oil n>ik. Tl to 595
:: FRED COSTII Apia .. bvilmn._ Land to IiPayne 00010rry. PIe. 0Id'tr5s. CIII m-2344 er 311. only orgin tlut novor roqulr.. owner exceptionally clean. .'. I
.. Prolrlo" Cell tot '11II" klOeoro.. fenced. Ke A perm yew tuning Tho Hommond
ARNOLD TOO mod I5t mm monthly lot in poymontounder Chum you $0..* tit,. opportunity' rarity offered. fvre I ,..... .banns and. coblne 51-A W..... T* Riot WOOD POR IALI .II..ry tho proforonco of CIIu......., '61 FORD Storlin! ">dio, neottr, outo-

toll nice I M, I both home m In AlKhuo Co. Only 1161-..... .U..n'..... lowest prlcT' Ichooli' Homoi, end the Piotolonals. matte tranimiiiion
.. REALTOR NW. Only 12 M down PHA. POP.OYCI 1 AS50CIATCI INC. WANTIO | bedroom tumllhedopertmont Phone "" .!ItSI. .' ,... ttitonft for II.. .bog poweriteering.

MARY R1ALTOP.nt rlM4 or ""' .. for a oil .nntr too Wrlto or Phenol whit. wall, the ihorpeit $ lOnr
r MM DOWN W. Unly month period of time itortlng, SINGERFEATHERWEIGHT Ernie Tartler Rep. I
hardtop in north LlJ
Dotve by lou N.'. Mnd A_... UNIVERSITYREALTY IM Aces term on hhvoy 71. light January 1. IP45. Ucotkn in o Florida . .
View the anterIor .. tIll. .n'... MOELLER mIles N. or LeSe City. 00.1 soIl.I goo* neighborhood Write boo Aton Music Co.
live I bedroom ,..,_ Comes ... I.k. 10 bros .0 OOol.Ia 434M 011.....'". >unSI Like SHOPPERS SPECIAL
complete with rengo, retrleoro. e.s 1ft limber. ,.,_ In new compl.lo with' COM ondettochmonte. Hi ..W. I A... Phono S7W6t. '
log, outotnotH dlehwooher, diepoul REALTY ,..tIWit-- oron Price- IIM porocro. Ofrto-Dnk 'ttl. "lio v e I a., 41.1.11I.. pie. 59 ENGLISH FORD Consul., 4 door heater
I and olr" condlllonlng" unit mi) N, MOM it PIt man T...... kouoe, II pocen SpRteFkUHLV only 171 or list per m* Notion.el white walls -
PHA quolllied buyer con P"rchoM W. M Monroe PMitorAIOOI ,SiP W. Un In. A... PR d-d4" ...., I m......,... Moot plciur.owue lowing Mochlne Co. Inc., Ill. PIANO . . . $18
with' IVo per cent Intereotbllh ( I. McLoughlln' ,,,,nil MInIs MItipta, LIsting oetllng, In thIS oral High redecorated oftlce ...... W. Unlv Ave. PR | lass WlllnOtOl SprI001l..0710" 59 VOLKSWAGEN 2 door
modoit monthly payments Inky Roy NdCenhh T. C. Duo.t.eJtS Aoi.dbeOos lend *0004 01015, On.rlOoAI' = for rent. Upotiln with, I II.,,. IVANI IPACI HCATIR 131. Aloe Good CO" 1//1 radio heater new

NorootoVer M yooro. Perfect .!7. W. MOIIIor PostS te..... 010.00 down. Writ. Den 1' : wen and en elevolor", "hooting, r0000 00 5007., *1111 Sos 'ito, CLOse Out ItM model Iplnot Pb paint good condition. ... . $-545
$11100' inti. 0.4 "" CII"I" 101.".. "Ir.rOR Grant 0.1,5'. Pow: 111. WhIt. OprIIqs, end aIr eondlllonlng turn OHitreet $15, Ptoooo 371-0025 lIter 4 P.M. .-. ClIolco .. flnllll 500.1.. ,
H"on belynet PIe. or cell Tam DevIl, 152dd77.LoS. earning *lw. ev.lloble.' _weekdoyo. Walnut' or MOOI0000y.LlItlon1s LOW BANK RATE FINANCING
.TWO-ITORV IAROAIN FORDYCEFEATURES ___ CIty Fhon H........ H_ PR 0.131. MusIc Stomo
end ehop tyRcD 01' PAtCH HOUII? "' "' TWIN Hollywood btdo. til 4 131 Owned and Operated By
Located neer unlverally home TOO /IIUCN TOG.THUNES? I or II ACBei Attractive Homo* FOR ii NT"75 M FT. .i"tIt"i o*. complete Good ,..,. I. type Ill I .. PIlot ItIlit
la ping center thie I bedroom Promo con Ot tIny bedrooms ne .t.r000 ell. Vi mil Wool .. city lImIts epec* 1M NW oIls It. Cell 171 w"te t29. I 1m.1I 'Id''.. t5 Wl IUY AND' 1ELL NEW AND' BLANTON BROS. AUTO SALESHwy
mat end cloen Slit, eon.. mon clout"? ThIs 161-00. ,Itofpnodrood.Dry pin 1707 or :1715004.OPFICI 11..2111.) ..nonlngo.IV .... "", .'c.1 Imtrumonto. Com
otrucllon. Full WIns 17 H .netllln" two e storIed, ftantiIntuIn woods. PI,IM an acre win term*. puto lend .Inttrumont roooiimop. 441 North HIgh Sprinoi 454-1641
p.ymott clot IP AC I II. O .
400.1 AVAILABllDowntown 'ee' 01TABU
ro.onn.ble slAps ".
excellently built and meln Call Dick Roelneen' RALPH doobto Cpen I:JO-7 P.M. Doiry FRI. TII f PM.HAWESPOWERS
? clock. 111.00 .
4440k PS 11100110. WIly root OPEN HOUSE Control beet A. A -C. compste k"
f.lnod' lo meont for o femlly F015IY Roeltor II W. UnlvAvo WO per me. Cell Leultor loelly sow, Vov45. 'It NW 11II A... DORDA MUSIC CD "
X 14. welkIn 174-lUQ MaIn 371-411.
:MM N.W. llttl AVI Megnlflcent iiroplec tell off I Four bId.. tr PUSH or tnna.IICURITV ,00L coin _.,... .11 N.
..... .11_ clooeto, 1 etodenol.lood .
Control I hoot end elr condlllonlngW oonyluttIrlfllhISSbrlbeIhhon.e ,. trocts edloinlvg' wltll NII f SPINET ORGANRopotOMtod
M living 1100 .... ft lollt- "; ". room. Living HIi.ll hoetln Land 14.01 0.7 5110 bUILDING x regulation with
to won corpeHng with
l over rf'w loud Hole, bed splint MOTOR
room tr fmmeco, I1JJ W. Untvorelty A... Plod Cleee complete withcuoo. orgonRowmo
or., end bodroomo. Two corperogo. In oven range, Beautiful K7X bIg Country 05101.. belle ond 'eck. 'unl boloncoiOHIDHV '
oeperlle dining' mm 14 X U'. Office Ipocex Air cond, clove. _
ThIs rlotocrt" elhemoo 140 lot Only 120200 Com ... Urge\ ell oleclrlc kitchen with 11 Ac.... peved rood Weit of .... _.... ...rIIl.... Janitor 1011 Wool Unlvenlty' AVI. no down .yrnenI.
hondoomely' .ltu..... on hIS home M P.M. Sunday, Nov. dlihwoMMr' weolwr, dryer enockbor Ovlllo IUM ........ "' "lIb.... Cell FR 4eN MUSIC CO.
SpIt old olio Ivoe I bodroomo I a. "WI NW 16 ... 001.. ubmetryInlogrel 140 cro* .kl Co. nr Ovlllol tIns FOR the herd at flooring or thote Oolnowlllo Cantor SMITTY SEZ
"."". 1. Children con milk' to Lit end ocroenoo" new porch Floored livable nemo. lullden pleow, cell or FR .34tt. who ilk* to welch the ,.,. ohr.. :37MJSJ Shopping :

Tlowood end Weotwood ochoolo.JUf,000 low end. lighted" .111',. No P I e rid uo about toO I..... Alto' hoe bosh HAND NIW odlco' or otore wltk A TV eHechmont lo luot tAt II .
; :! mist .H, h,_ Monthly payment wllh this I bedroom room but a reel. oeoerole gerooo. neea poltnllel. Pots en todoyi plenty of porlll.... Wf NW loth thing lor yay. Posy Ia Install. WILL trnalor I* rowonolble' perry
homo in NW. lull In wired, oo e __ Wood_. marketApor Avo. 1121, per "'". Photos. F* t "',1. O'vll' loomIng AId. d20 choice of four etHnot or coneow
I .=- IOUTH IOLIWILDTremondou oven 4 range, A-C unit, toll elotoroge von.. Cold oll-tlred, hot wotercontr I ocrei nr Mod Cantor twit.oble on!. N. 00010 PS AlOIS.SPICIAL fitted telnet"PlaneTTede. W... "W.'r. loaded

4 bid....... I ball Down payment flexible *! 11..1.... Let 15T X IST for building rontol ..,,11. MIS. coil..... 07 nor boos,
eieme for lorgo tomlly Ponelledetorid Cell Fordyce 174-I23. w" nobl. old' boss Mooed 'N for MARY tMOEUER. REALTOR 54 ...1..,. Rni.bPOR Iluodnod or ...10 po, 400.11. 01,11rooted. eove UN Wurlltior' Orgon wIth'
room lulil In kitchen tIll boby. ''n I plaeuIO weik' N lot" W Unlv" Ave. PR4<7l ..,..... AtoM' bum.WY. eound 4. motion" pick up payment
4mWo uiiiity room, ocnenodtwrch. IXTP.AIDolor echoed "oIIborllaod our homIly wo hove o piano t* tit with 77 used
Carleton. cars
Atlrectlv olono front. Include Nt,.... range. of 51,. 1111 lonod II. 122.000. Call 43 Colored! LIAII looo o* ft. otorebuilding any decor IARL PIANO CO. !:
New elomentory Kneel loot. by woiner, TV In''''''. excellent' for ppolnlmont to View 411 Nlrm Pr.pantpLOll W. Unlv' Ave. Price. CANS" JU'C' Ml W. Unlv. Avo T76OMI.Automotive .
Price, UIJOO. lendKoDlng end ,erg. corner lot it, PR eeiTi.OR "" HO* per me. Cell Hennoll Hoy.IRANO "mill 71 cento *il. Delivered II
for thlo" I..bolll home .InWoodlend pow. PR 4-3441 or .. ,. /III.., Cell .,."". Tom leylor H"" and w.',.
IUIINISI O"OIlTUNITY C.lt55Oe T.,,_ Cell PordItcIFORDYCE PaR IALI I IR from house enMoneokoe I at. 'Intoroslod N boyto PS .7111. Ml, Hewthome,
; Rd WSOO c.... for lots 50 lIla riot" *"* Cell
tbSO. _or,'. 17HH4. NOW office' or itor with
quIck .011.' DM CM. Phon 174. IAC""IC' Sm PIor.oo MU"
plenty of parking., Ml NW 10th
ARNOLD 0041. 3724130.HOMII POR IAII A... "II Mr 010. P11000 PA 502 TANG hAlIng Ice 000nplot to.lhunllnq& ( 1POe\ issuing a
lIaig.0 errowo. Pull II Motorcycloo t> Scooton you
lALi ,. .. dulo I Wocko 141 bId.1411I Mmonthly 1p.10 !t.fMAL ",. \
RIALTV COMPANY AUOCIATI. INC. from U of F m Iw _.... Cwport A.. Imlll dews .,..,." ." bay tonuot. quIVer. ."". I
T Multiple Lining MemberIOTW Gray. ,...",.... 111111""A *. utility mom and pelletonewn geymonti ill t* .... werohouM lor rent. _' guerd UO. I70M51.IINOIR lI27200dc .UNOA'I' motocycl.. _
Un''". Avenue 1711111Aewclaleii IITATI CONIULTANTI by *p pf. Cell 'II fr tel Aloe hones built en your 500 DAN BYRDi168268. round bobbin oleclrlc 117100 Contact D. H. C....". Rt. ; ___ license to steal

Jon CaiowellJav SInS' lenke Pr000eS No,410 otto. I '..101.WANT mItt' no down ,.,..,." pt0. ..".bl.. equipped, to llg, log ._1._ox 381. City Coll :37" ilT.
iheeoard los KolkmonIVW Sort *>ouldonf Nemop 'onlon monogrom _... ..
IR PR WlH. many .. .
ride 4 lomlly
to P05
H_ Jimmy' 0,eon* C. Gay Dudley OnsIden ITOII 1 WuleOuoIboo. a, leney Mllchn. I piymento. 14 AUTOMOBILI REPAIRS I Iwlm."m'oc"OW
homo In JOJM for ohnllor home klOeMeovlllo. MOVI 116 .. call' Jobs MerrIll, Rooter. .
MoSer Ibudderd tiN W. (bIn. 176.1134 for the
1790 or 140 com. Ooorg again
WrIts C. I. 11_ :310.11 \ 1M """"
--- Now cca I __ balls.
lowing' MechlM '". Phone >f
..,. I71P JockRd., ___III., *
...... Low 40100 poymuoo. LOcal.II "AUTY IHO' FOR LIAII.0000IOwN ."..
N S. 1.oht Torn.MoCoy 10,0110. All 5n0cInclcd.d. ... Moormobohsn..uplont.HAWIPOWIO5 .
McKINNEY Sullde0Isv inn II n.adp for DOWIINO I UPHOLITIIV MOTOR CO. I balance of the
31"mo"Iohl. bcohns.a, tl71 Mr 001.0th. CoIl Cholre' low o* 00. No money 104 N. Main .,.
COLOREDRENTALS no 0170 Mown H amOl' low -.tow. U per .......... 1711541
GREENDEATON Free ootlmoteo. MAui o dWIWANT _
1olly sn,1lm,37f.k4O7, -
4-i COLORED UMTALS lIvery ..,nlc.. All moot .,... month. Take a

RIALTOmJ NOW RENTING 56 BiulRWi Oppertwnltl 1.54PImono 311-7714. 15 .Automobile fo, "I.II.MBL.U *
TO buy Solo model Modrefrlgeretore.
COlDIIID vItru -,01enn I .11... 451v.clopye7v Kootlonelly High" ecuollvt cond.. J

.. Joel. J.M FINUY Weil I hem lor town dining Mon' oportmonti er.., modern, lerge kitchen'living with end t 5cr., of lend with' on tredo-lno now glvn. new tines,wn.R 4 H, KonomlcelIt I look at the

win neodi .0 loOn, ton ,large otorego cfceoti, t.rroM butlnaeo, oervlc, elation" em. WILSON'S EXCHANGE 15. HO of Ill NW llthTor .
i = hInds for frailer HI 11. lit ...... C.III7..J92.
t ". Pi*. ... Control tile betho, opec hoot grove room Phono FR 4-4110. _
'BRAND NEW DUPLEXES hoot Ideally' locetod within I ., and hot water hooter loclllmachlnee. court (KOtlon All for qukk ..... 'BRAND NIW' III U! lIFOkl YOU bUY loot below.:'
Nooks of th* ocnool Feved IM for weiMng and Would conoldor' right kind' of Solo .bad end chelro, ....,.. No LANTON '''0'.
"..... leeutltul ekKled. tot- povod otroon. lee at Nl. Mth from lolling rot t* Illness ofwnor. cline,. VS tl rackoro III,Ol Auto IOIM
Thle property 'to M mcellant condition T.'. or c.ll tw epoolnhnenl 50).1Il AJIARKHAMI, Mclnfooh, Ivorythlng I. fticounted HWY lOt North
Priced under 117000 or 171 Wl. ".. WILLIAMS 1IRVICI CINTCR !H gh Iprlngo 454-1441, station "'Oil.
Con III POW lnnced wIlt low VIRY Hawthorne lid 171- '3FUIIO 64 NEW YORKERsostomatic
4.00 pIViOeO$ LII". elton 41 ._1..... Apt. for ..... tome linen- VACUUM CLIANKI' door, 014 good ...... good ,,,culi,, cor.

Ill. ': peruforty .botoro pow/ clot help eveiloWo Cell PR *> Per bole, rubber for good motor bike UNl tranimiiiion, radio, heater, power
buy. Cell, 0-2017. lullor Ocnd.0 Anuntoonnll 1111. KIby Nooo,. Si.ctrolasWctlogltnusi nth Dr. Phone J/4-0100
One end two bedroom a 45* 001 .11.0,0 Jeering, power brake, air condi. $ JQQP
INCOMI PROPERTY I...... 004 uofurtilsb.4 elI01oct11. LIT I TALK .0 W4SDIN 114.10 FOR IALI IfM 4-whoo drive Joe*
H you ore toning for I properly, Iltob'eos, boatIng aII About Ole en$0145051 melotos on SIstIne w...... Ideal hunting wegon > honed, power window . 4O7u
1 tliOeonO, lot VI sOlon ". k reolment em.ll ee 1110*. for NOW i YOU con wjoy wish MM caih Call during' lop
wIll on = 3CO 4 door
OefdllIOPI000 swimmIng
tIlls, nlc* I also? _.. -"Fullyfumlohed I'' pool one block* from P.K. II sent Coln. *ortod Cor.w.ih AL Put eleo OAI __1):53O. evenlngi' ".."... '64 CHRYSLER nar< P.
let "W_', .., ,... Id. In..1I1d PIGS wIth our LI'
I1TI por month I... Vongo Ichool Prom; 1105 pormenlh .Ir 1063 POlO Oalaale JOt Com. m executive car, pow.
....... Ooad candlllon and 0.,.. I : tor *' 1t.II'... you about thli new GAS SOl 01 oeOplals, toll deSth Chevy Irooktwood IMI
PJooorvo now ( wogon
tlon. Paved ilreet TOe prkoll I nor I.W. urn Avenue youro end MtkTorroco. .r. bet -:1.:: Wets :' 'ro 120_month ho? I.. moonhal. Comet I D,., 117 Dodge 4 Br. *, steering power brake*, automatic Iran*.
__.bI.. You ehould' Inve 170-4454 Pile d Plo.: "rc ? lid. PR 6-5710 Hie Angllo Phone 17...... million, airconditioned.
tigoto Solute you buy. Call PR -JOlt. $399

WI" II 2 BR FURN APT 12.- '" ... It Income ,* par SINGERSLANTOMATIC SlIP w. tool- Woo.It IWO IOU Other snobs tow . .

LAKE IN MO Coll PP. 4-MM year ot U per .... ft Loc_ tomate eccoioorleo beltery. stooge. Fury 4 door. h.rd.
McMEEKIN otter d P MNIAI. .
5 million del"" '". Ago mop .". PnlC., 1II. PS, 1-4711 64 PLYMOUTH
M you ore wonting I veer round I IPPICIINCY' III... both, alt eon for .."I... III,000 down, bob top, executive
$5 I.drooni Inca hood with 1'011' 0.4. foolLero. horn lOcated. on 5 beoullhil late one* out of "'" Writ ... eel Aopro 1 "'. old don everythIng ,PfCIAL.IN' .
living dining' ...* e Douel ....,._ link' ellrenilo' prot'ipty casoelol" Ulllillol wtI.supplIed... oncept 375SealSo 001.IllOS Oe notvlllo lun.IALII with out .,*. Mokol buthomo CHItVlLIII NIW YOOcIq ear, Power iteering automatic
MoMnry Conitructlon 0 Venetlon Hindi of a horn end forty Km, wouM: or mo ""' 001... earoo on but_ blInd I I H. AT olr cenllltoo, Posrso. $2895
I...... 0111 1n1orIoft. an.r ii M. HOMI 4 orike oscar new City' tranimiiiion, radio heater. . .
Floor. window .1111 be Moot- IR I botb-PI room etc Icy Del ot SIP or .,, Mo Ineul or will I o No
J Painted ploilor belIe Llrge loan with' |,... .nd flroelero neionry comtruo IID'OONI dupI.0. Sat on 346I. .Hall" en prapooad new "" .." take o. pay. ot 17 por : c....... SOt In 'r_ cell 4645451AlicanspO. 4 door Crown.
Tiled tub end thowen enrubbery tlon-well 1 tomtKopod oormklerIViKm ow II. 161 per ..... Pttero ... Ideal hx buOy Ihop buMS call smile J'y 63 IMPERIAL pow,,
I Largo double' Hiding door Ineuleted AHIeIKneti a; 10. I.., jwtmOolneov 14 1-4621. .H. buy now on llborel formo .... bob. GMoeuoll* IInees. at''n9.; power
4 got homootood exomptlr-, CHIVROLIT H Impala ,convert
.. .
Itroete lecetod 5* :
Linen Clooeti C45 I. soto001 end bta. Stop I :. S .: south : thepoletoeHwyISOtWONsOIter CAMPU11 IR du.... eparirment. WHte H. 0. 10111_, Ml N'. -00 engine, PS lIlt. AT I37Sor braka*. radio, heater, air $O.1QCconditioned
Ill me. Morrlod cMIooeM MilWONDERFUL. SINGER boil otter ITMejt B3I IW14th
lack oteraoo tloeod Plentlod plep .ts.0dlo ',. Nol iulttIa' tor poll. PR Ay. Lot II.C000AIR 00 7.
W.IIII"IIodIlne Kitvrrt rod 'ltnI100 104 good ftotllvq OPPORTUNITY
Colt fIr appolitow000 -PII .16" 6.4400.NIWI.Y. AUTO ZIG ZAG MONZA 44 door, hardtop

for dill *r 172-5122 O.COUTID .PTI. Col- Cempony or Individual wh* wllht ".o.isoouid Mutt sell Ooytono III.. endwh 63 CHEVROLET
ASSOCIATES lanA etudonti ..... eoIPlOO with.' add I* Hn* *r lake en linoei Pool 1105. tOo enlo.000.nII 0.00 .I* cenverllbl with buckMeoti Impala autD.

Toko ito/tneait Ith cow h nonhoeil i..h _oct him tIll I '*'. J.'fl''b..hJ'.lu: = out dllldren preterrM. CoIl New ..,....,.. reprewnullve I. .... Perion with' good erod t 1.15 I on floor Ilk. now -... motic tranimiiiion radio heater iteering. .
berry dTt-CTi or 47>H7IPUKNIJHIO : hr"lory.TIll. up piy of i* '. or pay bat- Hen Nothing dnm. '"M"";: pewer
Murlpl' LInIng APT POR SIN T one* ol 171. Write Jimmy Cm- I pavmviti of II m* I7eKM > actual 3,000
II e wan line of 0047001005Ot'emicato by ...., Oelnoavlll ** otter iso P M $2195
for I, nodS Air eondltlon Del. *
Od. control Meting; utnilloo to,. _...... by WI oil. -. tool PLYMOUTH door etreghfPJM. *. H. .

.,....... P0000 PS NQI S PR lIon chomlcol hauoo, that do their aLii ...... ........ ...1..... .." Special! ( Compect) 4-dear
''rJ. lob. Ponly Is boo 647 101 ..1_ CAMIRA. Aeriil Ponton s_ CIII PR .1251 0545I 63 BUICK| || .
title lun.I \mn completer 1100, Aloe on** .
SERVICESHome EFFICIENCY APTJ ironic ...... PMn PRMoll station wagon,

t*> MO. W.i-.*ol f* l..f IATIVI' PALMI. eoodllngo' I* "' .. .141. IMPALA Hearing twoor. .Iport.......4 opeed,. haater sharp car. . . $1695
power redw.heeler
I Mteano y ..cII_ 41 a son hire i.ion*, gim .. II. You Colt Ion ol 1.TPJ07 2 doorS V.200. auto-
I lOOMS AND OATH FOR 50. C'N' WANTED d'" AIM other derive tree lechtooeo 63 VALIANT
TIeRS COUFLI IM Por ms Al UI. Sod Urolgn Oliver Iprlnga Come Oil-111?. '1161 CH.VIIOLIT n-cleat etnlll. matic IrOnS $1

And BusinessAuto plus etllltioo.TIllS Cell II 51( 10"- Wool Stilt d.bIei.NIIOL 5550, .ood 11III TH' Proven Is soon wrpelRNtoroi so Gl..On the _51150Lusiro mm..." lIt-os 000IgP CALL.locaoOetolly 57107I 04000. minion, radio heater. . lt/J JQP

snOytllksq IV........ STAMP I COIN lOOP fefoolten coloro. R"nfeioctric mm 2 door hardtop auto-
.... A.alloblt I Nov 501.. C II p. W. unilvorsIly .... ihemcittr II. M* I i 'HI CMIVROLIT. oKOUonl condl. 62 VALIANT i ,
_vonlonf ....'..... 4MIU7AVAILAO.LI Danlell. Pumnir' C*. eelnenllM' Han, cvL. wondord eMfl bee matic tranimitiian. ra.

Moitgago Broker RoolinfjGorago PoC. -l... I b>*- 0 t4 5g$4 .... ,_......... C_. _01 M NW lOll II 00 II.I dio. heater, air conditioned power

mo0w Oe016lloc.deIattt0001 HO TRAIN' LAYOUT. c.oo.". 1295
NOOTit44I MOSSY Co I.. 5OARUELU.0S 045 11.Un.., I. Mod.C000ut. Living Hoanrwlte: with 4 engine, 34 cere daub I Value R tid .tll"n,. _
.cl Mr .1ne NiofnSt. Tomws It'' Adutto ..ty. .. ,.... end MM*. lenim TV. I'illl..1 trick addition tmr. duel power 10nn.Yill. 4
Put all YocP 1560111 telds end Fe L_ _..... lOt Mr CIII WIM' el. -... I bed pack iwgn. pad. aiKMcetIV UiedCorjB&G 62 PONTIAC doot.hardtop. .
ru; 11:: bUILD '_ HIPINAhKI pal,., ... .. -- tn-tm or 170434 4 niotnaoa. I choiti lit end beeutlhflly' londiclp I
Cop ,. .n.._ lome. I polo tempo, cord tobn od taWo. Pertect Chrtotmooondengineer power
Don Byrd Ph 376-3171 I TWO ream garage opart. ottosno.Itotaeo window Mo .mw 14, .1017. 1g. I pout aywjd gIlt for tonhut'OIb I MOTOR CO. I tearing, power brake air conditioned automatic
I hot 4. eotd weter fur OnIllo boyo liquIds *...*, Co... .
Door* ... ,, or beet tranimiiiion. Power
$ Kneel Iso mon OH hoete* PR Km170OIH .'III.,1t. l.in4FULL I C4He Oldem.le2COI
pet end iorowtI.oel it I perm. Coil PR 0441 ut No $2295
.._ Totl,0 01 IPICIAIIITInotMKtttii .ill.KI:. nth. AV*. PSIWAY UII ITU on _... FORMICA eeunlor NW ltd St. window . .
WOO'. WIN ,IO41y Iteabse 01 owiNllaIlep. .AAdl DOOR wSo" .... III I Mao1. 4155Iwo. ... wide by lOT. end H"hloh __
__. ft repair*. Hevtag' gar. long 2 door. automatic hon..
COlt .6,5.5 11' it 010 .Ser
*or Irauewot. Coll/beten 47 M._ for Rent ._ with MoMeM ilaol ond glee 61 1 VALIANT
J. W. 1I'"K'ArltlC" IiaObSOh .A.4'M. ...,._ 041 121. oner *, W>ad end dnwt oiWOV reck.T million, radio
... P10. '11.- F ,
N. Me" ._.404 Li Cfolb 'IPLcW71.I. C..trll _';- -.T. CLIARANCI IALI .'" ktwoct cell J7M4II o.tAIY lokk I octr*. 4 door bo.4. .teeter. $895

PRIG I. ARNOLD 3100 NW ,.... .. ,.. Inu54 5a0.e. longS ooeded .... I Fuel toot men roducnon .- 1:11.:_ ___ I :" 1015 5* MI '' I Sharp. _

COAl lOS wit Iw lem .,. Open .... 4 I SNoWS Do*. let to now axeNW _. pleypon, _..... 00 501* '61 4 door Station W"OIl.
PeA AKO CONVINTKJHALH.' TELEVISION I -.y Pneno''pR_ 1M em*) less M email OhIO,. RAMBLER
I .*. OMerole dlnMoj r-Mm. line .'. Ave, *. Ph*** 174.7I3*. I MILTON MOTORS p,.(r itMnflf. ?,!?,

Clan hUll W. UN'V. LVI. PIt. 500-leO? PtCTURI IUI Repair -.... H PJoce. NmM roeecoroteov dioirobio I':1' : : : LAPS IOI.M. wmdow eW a laater,, air conditioned. $
451 p45 51. It Mold OwoOlOON. Nl Mcetlon. Adult *nh. vvi'). AIM no wMdewe end deer I pa K MAID tr re inn I 1 095
AUTO GLASS II our onl4Inll ,. H. A. 4 Com Leone Per S 110ev ....-. Seeclibp0leMm III* 375.0041iiPu0NlO0lD 510. p.attrmo end No ......... ;_ M ttr IJI.11I" t* tut Peck. .
1005. Immedlet bnloltollomMAUIOINI FOROVCI S. AMUCIAIIt INC'IY. MoO I 04 4 IR / ,_ '
...... 1 ......... Add RIALTORIDrinking ,HI 50055a 5v -ty It'S ... HVIt-M.. I'd.aalwropyP. COX WAREHOUSE 61 RAMBLER r> 'utomatw
MNty S. It .... III W. 5MP ..,. LI. lit Loous rogto," tre"Io.l $
4 TacHnetktai* lit* per me PI O-M04. radio .
:ni tn ._ tm it,_m, fim. Watt e..- oil ** wertlng nv*.' ...'er. O7yranimiiiian.

aoaCbOis0KiN7N5r5ngeorTV ADVERTISESERVICE IN THE oMw ... 4 Dravar CHI IF. .. 4r
Auto Equipment 'L 0N 55Ploll. DIRECTORY lib 4 tow CHA" lit On*. 61 OLDSMOBILE s.d.,,

CPVITAL clwr Mrtn waterkol 0.0. Is III lut II6c1-S4 atonal VAdul, K Vtyoeeo, eNIGmatic

111D"ULlI;-JACKS ,s50Il1' h-ee ond Oi0fenf tree AaMagngtla > A... for pP.01W lid 1.7.00 radio heeter.
.chengodi lops In *. Mooed by $0lt board of HOia soc*. P414 IS"'TI"" power ss.riag.
.Wetter Mckt Foclory eselIr4. Spring! Waler OxRemodeling .,..,- PICKUPS & VANS power brake", '

,:od WISer Mvttovlle loci P50w SlIPS FOR RENT sI I 1295
lewk Aoent Hul I"t ..AM Mobile Homo Repair* erp. .
..... 'II .,., ONLY 59 IMPERIAL 4 ,

""comrmjcnoN .. .Ctredee
IIQ YOU 00100. P1.0144 ..- owN
Appralial heater
Service Mond iliw loom root Mm, Al $10.5 Id 01eope. Ii4lPOSOl power iteering I power Snnp

or ese1. Bonnnia new hornet = *6 :. .::= CAROLYN ::74 fTw: irake*. : O7J
Plea 5. "'NOI.O Per fro* *Mki<* I gu*>en MaIdS PLAZA
sRALlui feed wort ghon Coot C 01" L SMITH. WILIUI SLIGH.
IIIVKIntg I Directly Across From Co...,..) lARNCTT. SANDY COMMJNS.
w OMIV' OIl P0. pri 7
Bull dosing llViio.iIlM'o I

0.551.1. Iulboooo, ;uaioij; Modem Painting INs_.of bftaMMei.'lM. ".-. II I THAN ORDINARY NCK.UfS > VANS HAWESPOWERSMOTOR

ocSl II 4111. Smo tot HIe ho* g. midm-lR. loan
siMo l. _.m'm, Iom.doMo II....... F..".. P0IPel. _ CONTACTE.

Me b* tee big or ....... U mi aiMMAL HOU$ HOt.ORIPAIRI I TROPICAL PONTIAC

S wlnf Machine Repair *
pmoll.ADV .
Uphohtary K4or too Ctnttr
...- OM.C Tni k
C"LL6I"N." "' .. "' ''I''L-V ALlAHT..ac1
V.. Co. Its p.duo. ="' 10155155 rlaouMrw 11roaewoddW *"tl4*> M "*a o. la. 14002 FK -19SO I 220 N.W. .Ith A t. 112 nu. 'MOUnt-S'.CA
w&ew& Wq =' W_ COOl loan OIRICTORT N. MAIN ST. FA 6-1400
..- ...... -- n .._ 54 5 .. II IS. IIRVtCI


-. +y-._-November 274 1964_ __ _GointtvilU_Sun ___19





edon Factory elr-conditionlng: fully equipped. Mint
condition. Tremendout tavlngi on Initial depreciation.

PACE $3,895.


Swan. Factory olr-condltlonlng. fully equipped For
about the price of I low prk*.6-cylinor car,you con git
POOLECABLEMOTORS thi tint fully equipped.

1" II DODCf-DAIT TRUCKS el/i 2595. I \ OVER! !

-- ----- '60 CADILLACS : fM !

GAINESVILLEAUTO Whit.. low, low pric. I i .
1007 N. Mate It. It'l
W* FR 2.U1IFtorldi' 1995. : 1965 FORDS ARE ,.,
N.rthcs Nro// *
Tho following 11 cars have been on our

I for 30 and here's
Fltitwood.? Factory' olr-condltlomng.' Whit and mown 'J. lot over days your
FOR THE CORRECT loin hurtl. Fully equipped.On owntr.
TIME .'. I ", Some for III '
Ready chance to /
FR 2-1411 $695
CourtnY Of Immediate Delivery-
U.......,Ck.*nUl I ,
M.1lU1.St..t L1tb A.. 64 OLDSMOBILE
98 Sport coup. Factory air-conditioning I ,cnjluoti. control, SAVE
bucket Sold and irvlcd by B & G. $4-50

$3,995. +..4RyJa UP TO

lAHKllY'S THI NAMI2201 '
Fit 2-4171 j 98 Sidan. Factory air-conditioning cnili control,
= .ewer ,
lit. '
,. ,..
s. FALCON 62 -CO! "" 350'
$2,295. tale -
.COMFIITIAUTOMOilli..IrXlllfOu 63 4-dr mitlc., Squire R&H,wagon air, Fordo cond., 1849m11H woo IIM SAYs sue now
"t UM ten beautiful light bu! low

MM AUTO.. <.McII 88 Stdan. Whit Sharp. FORD Le.,.... BUICK Uf..... _, Is!elf. ,.
N MM M. 63 $1599 59 at ,cans, ? tr.s. 14 850THUNDERBIRD
Ir m 1995. Gol..i. '4-dr. Mdan, V-S,
FordomiHc, R&H, light t,,,. was strfsave 4M NOW

'60 OLDSMOBilE CHEVROLETImpala ... .
WE'VEGOT 98 Sdan. Factory alr-condltlonlng. We owirsw. pa Mu A tit.sir..f
63 $2099 II", III. s Nwlit.s.e ,"
2-dr. hardtop \f-I: win ..r _. 1795"
I 1395. Cleanest Pow.rg"do.'n green'In town G .hll.. 60 :::" .w.Ite a "',.".,MegM.....alt, .wtl.a ......

1965 wi HIM' sass .<.. now

FORDS 59 BUICK 62 Gal,.i. FORD 2-dr. "i", ItCH, $1299 CHEVROLET
I Itctro Sdon.Full Sparkling wfiit
powtr. Fordomatic, light blu*. Sp*< ,,
READY. Cll'' Im..Is' w1., ..eultw.i w'et
61 1 .. _. .. tr..... S 1345
TO $995 N -
'60 CHEVROLET 62 Sunroof, R&rt, WW "*., $1249
solid blKk. Extra .,.
Irnpolo Hardtop coup V-8 oulomatlc trontmlnlon <
DON'T DELAY ,.., .
SEC 'EM TODAYSHAW power ''nll. 64 Ww Stns miss..Hrwen...wlw'. wt,*saes...Noer.rIM esleet... 122'0

1295. .
62$1249 WM steel SAYS iin now

Mara Stdan. V-8, automatic trantmiuion. Compact 1965
23S W. Uni,.nty!
Phone FR 6-5371 j 1395. GALAXIES, LTD'S, & FALCONS-. '

'61 'FALCON READY TO DELIVER! 58 A Fungr)|*. :. V-l(uta, $1200'
.,*.*., radio .n4 ht tI.
Station Wagon VVSIt,Standard shift
I P.r Mo.
$995 Low Rate 6%

i I financing FORD
I I.tN$1200
'61 51 1 2-Or. Sedan, V-8 KtndtrdifilHlan
FORD ; on__ all RCrH.
Salon Goloxi/ V-8 outomatic tranimlulon. Smooth I
F r Mo.
Pick your fovoriU. new and 1

W either* tun,"d.W up. $1,195. C'418 WARRATh' used cars! i I Ii STUDEBAKER 34"F
.Itaft*.._Hi.*, !.. 10.. VW. ..'. te !*. Cr good tmt.
_.1 WOII"" V-8, automatic tranimiiMMv This b> I Vfry
... fins buy. fORD F.r Mo.
And .k..%w. yak II IIR60H.
tk.Ith., .. 62 G.I.als, 500 4-dr. V-I, $1749
1. $795 sir cond., fnta.o.maNC MERCURY ,
iMk kf 1",1t."J F5 green fir wtirt. 3441F

I 57 ....... ,2-tV. HardMa, V-8.,
........,. *NwkIN VW Wer..Ira '60 HILLMAN I CHEVROLET lull mle.Inane{ ....PS.ooncf.IfrH $ ,000 -
$1450 Stdan. A ml as Mvr. M $1599 'I'IR6H. F.r Mo.

PowIrgII4t, Ktoryair. '
$495 _
I.da/t --'" iwwd 3441
-" 295 PONTIAC I 58 S'ow 4.f,. Sdx. Vl.Irm -.
$ 61 RAMBLER *, H9H Cleat. M s (....
I 62 VW Station Wagon. 61''.... utomotic frorwnution. 61 4.dr. aetean wagon, RGH, $1399 Pep Mo.
alv amid., sues. Mans., PS,
...... ., Sr
M...*.MrtttM PI green C "'//11. I
""*" ""*" $995
$1195 FORD

'CSJ VW 57 PONTIAC MERCURY 59 *u* bane M hv Nds"' bee:owe $3441
M1. Nei e..dri wen 574 $289 I
Hardtop Swixv. ClMn.' Dependable. H r. s.n. 06+*. PS end
$1395 "* > tray.*. Extra clMn.Vl. ,., Mo.

u.a'I3 VW e_ w 5350 FORD

--..r1.1.tMM..aK 011. 562.. 189FORD I GAINESVILLE AUTO SALES
$1395 I II SPECIAL NOTICE N. Lac,.... In GMAC I .d hsrdop Mme. tws-lane sdls
I .....*.. Ntti 000* t* Fl 'r.l R.s.n. link '
... 'I
'U ALFA ROMEO I DItc. hoe.11.
._ ...
-iftH o.a 1M
w -- ,e OPEN TIL 9 DAILY
$2195 Closed on the Sabbath $070
56 .
'61 vw FNdrw 4-b.. V-i....WrH.... ,
.... Seatsas can.0a. B&GMOTOR far.eww.y blew b 4m+0 MJ

$1395MilJer.l 11 .. /tt./dh
i I L N.LIAA.r


I "W. S.II To Sell Agoln" FH...... 372. 313A
GMAC FINANCING OPEN TIL 9 Mc*.thru FH. Ph. FR 6-5371 |_ 2001 N.W. 13th St. FR 6-7515



1" Golneiville Sun Friday., November 27., 1964

i.15 HOUMP fan h"- IS Ho M, far Soil :---IJHovMSfwSthi II RM! Iitgtg W nte4 4. rlpnppg for Rent Unhirp.I at 10050150W. GeNt CRM
70 iMtp MprlM Iqulf.WALMAI.. IS Aiirempblleg for s... IS-Foreign t Spirts

JNI.V S I MIN. Iron dO"'n'ow and CLOSS; to scirunl. 3 00. I ..Ih TRADITIONALt 'ARM WANTED 31 to 10 u.,.. 3 IR3bdh. klltOon M. 1.Solo. KENMORi DI.HWASHER: ._
own.r 5 0,000w .0 III'IIf 'ODxU' tnt will with or without ....... within Avo. P1000 1710170f ..bOori Plado Popoir" tll 3144035. 'VI' 14' 5'ON 1f51 FORD lam it'** ST0'i225S TNIUM.1i lAJ.: ".II. I'" .Ing.. "14NW
o 1\'t.\ RabID.1 S ::..:. r: 101 .... 5" ,..... I. NW on.blot. Story, 4 bedroom II mlM of Oelneevllle coil 174. I'M. eond. II MP Iulnmobwr.. 4I4 NW lOll lIKe new "'0,111101Io So*

ctu 05 prici .I5.tS4. 81111.1f ino, Price 18100. Phono 172"131..DUPLEX On lergo lot InDeilreblo __tra or write tea NW mn AVO. IR. I both, CC home fomllyroom T-A-0 APPLIANCESleited royiriiw, t 01951. l 11 lonki tocluood llth Avo.

ll}O0 do., IT* per cent "htoroet, Pulley' iroe IllS Llltlewood ........ till cod.Ouoromeod 4 tA ., tan sw inrd St. (off will Pot comforteblo Old I* Out *f Ton ........, per mo Phono PR 4-3HS or no 41 RotrigHW tram n 11II I0120MMILbO0OOAI0" ween- Sport Ctupo, v-e, blue end ,. "cItr. .oth In snod. cond. I'SSt
lifhn Rd ). Contort owner collect Convenient town living' II M4 NW lOll Tor. Renoei Ire'nowup .11 fop. IS IIoCIrle motor G. ... AT, WW tlreh PS II k H. 1100 W. U/IIV. Ate 0. coli IS
Mkltlend '"-'.... Cell Mn Cirollno NorM "NAMa; uOUou. I pouurI 0u00J1ow W sbos's 'tr-msiS:: lot lilt tm5U1... ..... 10 IW I3rdI' eeet boils end other outre. C.... "It .'vI2o ......
I soon 1,00.4 toot ..._ THREE bedroom coo beth tOO lDrpmo Still with ,..., ono
EC 1 iR hom In iTtimGlodyg J766161I
sAns MW out II. I10N DOWN will buy Ml' ittrwtlvo Realtor .bIa. H., Old Tow. P1.. Coil > IM lot, uog Nw loin Si. $'' Jra-" from SIll Up cots,. Phone sigh.MECHANICS .
) Perk tlW down OM I7J perni t bedroom miMnnr Oupi. Smith _C,... CI"'. 4tHQCT.. Into.nna010o.. "p5.0* I Dtsho$001 from Nil op C-mp-Hynt-r-l-li 17 A..Wln
or will rant lot Ml ftnig'Phono wIltS o monthly' Income at (171. ing W. Univerilty Ave. ITi-gSToftof g p. ill .Iy. 15 TV from 131 I 71 DELIGHT 1151
PRl 1,005.BEST CALL VI COM DETAILS. JIIIII VOYI(5 APPtlotIC' up Chevy v-s, llodlo. hooter outo ., .. f_
II LOOK II I br 1 40 luilnggg PropertlotBUSINESS Three bodroomi two b.thv Sleekon 'If NW OlIn .......... an-- co. B.JUl. ..I.. Julgun I. OA.I Ir_ Many new. pone con bo tAltl "',,"'10. H.r1l SWo
? BUYMrmenttity 1700 DOWN lovily 1 bedroom Ito Whet ti4,000 will buy -_,. (MetymsrsvETtJi Posts School dIstrIct, pvelt.eble A.O.I. G'". vint rib, cutti comp, bo mode Into nice Car, FR 3. I CIIovrolll. AI .... II.l .
ball spill AnsI mssortrv tons beth .homo ..,lit lludy LOT now I13S.W month to month.Owner CI.'AN.1Itrt tor cot il' .7i. MPW "* S II.P0 JIll" lea Itll_ "6 I'
poymomt bxeted In the NW Secllon-ONLV I will coniloor ...... Cl II sal., Rlw etovoi, I....... t ....... fuit dey, PR 1.3117 nIgH.STERAUATIC.
l.Dfrni, 1 both IU.2M. ONED ....,. IM foot fronting M Mn,. Melhleoon, fit 11404. irs. laitras..0" 45.0.. WILLYS 4WD TRUCK equipped' for WANTEDCleon
.... dining room .'... NW. llth I,,""'. 151 toot In _MAK' hunting I Dog. (wm Mn on. l .Coll
Iwo ,.,.".. SlAT I bedroom noun on I..,.. j.... jsrMffl depth locitlon M IMC Nod IXTRA CLEAN i bedroom homo .22 nIb. .11ft In .osd. Out front _t..... "' .. Seg of uttd ears .
IIP o IM lot well lendtceped lot Hut 1* IMIM I."". .. lONE SAL ...... I scow to IIM In Good. .. .,.,... Prefer pormo- DISCOUNTPRICES 54)44,1530. 745 NI llth Avo .."1_ .Bob Adomi.. FR 27128.
Hit N.w. Jtn StresS from Oolnewljl, OWNER WILL Outitondlng londicoplngi IM block or N.w. oltli ..... ProM none couple. no elngu ptudonto Ca'blne Ammo.
Sff VIGody.-_ PINANCIIHOMI 200 lot roam sobocILP010YCI low le eoll .... Per full pertlculorp HOP per mo. I7177n.POROYCI II CALliE It M.'
ASSOCIATIS. INe.UALTO" : IT iii mm M0011' meniu.d In 000th.
b coll 4 bianoss for rent. o,40n0. I .
Wg underwit ovorybodvHENDRIX 01,54 .tot1<. 535. P11000 fII 0.SIll.
: Smith. Realtor ASSOCIATES INC.REALTOR mmusib
ON LAOS 4 bedroom :I71* SIll. 00000 lIdj7w'to6"10olcmsOIc
....1225 W. Unlvonlty Avo. 314 both, tIS W. Unlv University Realty
loko lull ouuidT'cltyHmltiRirDUCID t > W. Urnr. STSIIMI FURNITURE CO. 1J OouopMonum
Cl lImit' ", $ 5 cci, Ills N. Main It. Ph I7J41M W Pull Choke lorrol.Cort .
=:' .I't,I porch, I Ii poll: 5u. TO S3MIOO M W. M. Munroe Reoltor. BR. I Beth. like newt N. I. NW tm AVO. ot mm' st IM sIlL I Veer old. Phong

BtQ pit. 1320 i NW lIlt II, Now Clone and opocloui )2151 WIST. ..-.< .
bury Rd. ot ...",..' Nunory. LARDS I story 4 bedroom home ktercellent HOLIDAY JOY GOOD BUY13I'w. N. W. S BR. I bo..... turn., I15S. 31.H, nod i..i,, Tmo .rTei 17H"
Son,. out or coil VMI NE bootIes OWNER beth MARY MOELLER, REALTOR oei 14" aMA ton
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MUST SILLS MAKI Ul AN OP' In this control hoot .... 72 Oftko EqsipossoNSJERIPUCOPY
wooded tot HIP W. Unlv. *... PR ...71 (now, Ve prlcei S .. won shoW.
: AT LAST pIll on beoutltul Ml"J"Menor. dorM for 5 Idol ..
50p.Ilw.p .. MP
Good flnenclog I BR. I both home kll. long .. oe> 10.001 BTU
........ mowiry NACHINO Irs <$RS5t6S.
POC* hotter
r tV DEMAND oto eccuponcyi low down P"y- men! lor bwlnouVoportv B7Unh soUp, cent hoot Ilk\ ml. trom. notion Weeh. 'N 13J. VMtt. eomM- oporotlng _lIkIII. Atekeogjito
Dry $ eood
John Merrill _I. >. *... If .tntereeted, CPU Mod. Con,,,. SIM pir "'". RADIO APPLIANCESTMH. HICKS P holt daion good legiuicoplot
Muth Idwordo Inc., hot ntvmodts Norwaod Hoto, ', IJ42 M Ion Itonomloolo. MAIN ST.
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1.0ItIDA PAPOI I" nil Cr101'
NorthwoM Oolnoivlllo.WITH I Realtor 1.11. yo'& 1 with, ,
lit. J IN"". 0..1. biOk N.IY. 171 0.1. 66 For Solo) ..., to oporotg. Completp
..,... > Acr..|P por outometlc timer SlId o loroo w... $
Alt brIck Multiple LiltingPhono torn" Avo. sod ehemkon.Lawaot Irieilty, M,. ,i.rt| Mr\ IjrktrPh.M
o4 copy pepor
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PR 1.0404MarcsIIsPsdl United Perm Agency, 171 TtM.
Pail pioitor wails OWNER II-A .. Pruhosy, :II aTOP, _..II". Mull bo loldImmeoletely
( Torrouo floon Aieocletolt NEAR METCALPI eontrel hoit. 011115 ...,. Good looms. om.1I o_ IItol ClrIslnan Il000ny 01, OIl to meke room tor : FR JJ 3I

LrormlucoMnotlpvwklr W. H. luckhentiollOpen Llko IR' new.t both Very, Cl low "" 1',""*. dawn ..manl. PfIuoi P0 .2511.. 49 ....... For RentPURNISHEO eppllence. lot NEK. WMw, tJl lorgorcipoclly mechlno. ,... OPEN IVININGS

did towns m ....IIIyI... UPI 11.,1. 111 UPI Dryor, US .......'..11... ..., pHor con
conditioning 1. __ All Day Saturday Auumg mortgegoi 257 ACRES LAIGI QUIlT' ..lIh hili up. l.port .",,11_. .. A-l toke 0. Contect W. O. Ebonolo,

8 lI.300 111,071 HUGO fomlly room S SR. I both, SOUTHWESTMrj.t.riwbihrc'.pv locoted NW of Oolnoevllle. Plontod sod rotlg. Potato "',one.. HANDYMAN SHOP PR "mithin > Oolnowllle' Sun, PIlots 171-1411 "

S sod 4 lodroffl Modili fenced beck yird, comer lot con plnei' on 131 ..... In Mil 50)5. WoOIng mill tIf 5144.01.P1100. I DAYS ONLY 'll'the time to order your
hoot PO'Ie..I, cord. pool menvborihlp ,.. boot with .....1 peymontp of P1 102721. Uocl.l Now
[$100 1 CASH VA ., dr....." ...... ...litIn Pm., tnoaern kl_. Cell ue to S1674 for S more yoerl lit ocroihi DOOMs M blocke cboottlog' _c10lbI lsco4my. HII.and PAlo dry, eloln CHRISTMAS or 'Imprinted CARDS enortodor LOW OVERHEAD

POOH chine ceblntt PR 44717 miny VIM entree NI 0,20 llth peg ...... unuiuel lot fine ........ woodi Pretty homeiitePriced from ....,... m |w let Ant 004 ....'d.' only." baorly Nu Hike. See IllS telectlen ItPAOKIO'S
PIt m ot only sill per ecre. ,, Drive 18 Min. Save Hundreds
St. Cell I7I-13M. Mile otudontl lIlly.LAIGI '.m ,..
$750 CASH FHA. INVESTORSnveitlgote Por dotelll coIlUniversity 114 NW 505 A. C.onPl.15' Olflco OutlIPsIlUrbv.

loMmon ot inMol homo ivory SPACIOUS with 401 ft thoio frentigel t ocroi Hcomg on S dOS to.teMlihedi Realty m."NOLI.. WIrty 1l00M mold tor 15501.01 ow,5.k'e I AUTOMATIC .. ,-- mocnlno eel_W Avo 372 255 '63 I" Ai, 4 door o..

dojy M pm.Wo .1.1IlN'h reduced ....Ico.UIIN.I'O'I'OItTUNIT't lit. N. Moln St. Ph m-4311 ... 01 .........,.,. 01' 1155 :SId .u..tled to work. US. I Jt.101I CHEVROLET don VI radl.
You oUght to OOP Will lergp 4 SR SIlO 71 Muilcil Merehondlio .
oro alsO building on ... Munroe, Reoltor Aol. 1501100. 17"' .'. IM vonnx ...11 heirs I
krti In Wottmorlond. .ull"1 I. P4,14.' P rUbuolitul W. N. WIll -.... ... 120. Phono heattr automatic transmission whit walls,
l.odIcIlIId 101 2471505.Loni CLEAN. QUIET ROOM 0714.
t.lghnto.d.: 000? 1300 Wo ore ottering P very eiicellmt fine mestOIr bvoInne HOME & GROVE Per buelnoMmen or upper dleM. HATCHED HammondOrgans xlra clean like new $1 A/lfl
HUGH $0. Pt. living no... Priced to Mil rent Ihowlng o very trontego enHwy. II sores CI'",. A PoullCortpbolely .lSdwd CIft., 314-_. oil WIlson, lom I IO4UktaUr
quIck Colt 3H-43SI for AppO.FURNISHED with oppr IM II 01010004. t22.OO. Snood Chomploninip' wim p,0 condition. . .
lldg, I lone ft kK 4 .
of cart
cenilitlng lino Hood
.w. mon.
EDWARDS, equipment, llylng guertwl option.ol AlsO 25 prntty ':.tlI7-= 51 MI.... a..,... oy for ........ Orlgln.l COIl 1300 I Impal.. 4 door
!" with room tor o, '..... ThIS 130 SofaS wIly *"'"" altO? 61 CHEVROLET
INC. A tmall down payment wilt i movtlou ll Olteblllhed builneil thew. TermS on obovo rSJ."M "THE STANDARD '. hardtop. va, podia
Int. Ihll 0111 I 50 I 5.111 on Cell
fcl927 NW 39TH DR. bIg good. ".11I. Owner retiring.Apor TRAILER SPACE OF COMPARISON" I automatic transmission steering
10 con..1' N' low.I Anglo Reel Ertito, POR RENT IlO il.. hwlthwoyo oor ulK dumb power

f.. 376-7971 0 .. Complt.I I srriellad.PrIond t pcroi. uSou* with ... C L Anglo, Broker HO MONTHNowherry btll Mt win rock OIM HO tr.ln Thg. .one. end only Memmond Org sOld"n I power brakes white wells, on. $ CQC
01.110.LOW Aoncbsta with S : |
property 4 lenil eulloblotmi o. J. 'ng' Trailer Perk, onglim, iwltchn, bulldln ell f'l', Tno
come thin
Z FRED COST .....'. .. ...01.- ..-... Lor-d ll onMARY 4004 N W. 1311I 51. P10.00 214.1117. r000boory. PIt S trocks CHI 172-1M4 or 3'I )- only orgen the new roavlroetuninl owner exceptionally clean. . I JJ

r P500. Pr.Imi. CoIl lot 11101I 4oions.l..u.d.tuOAp.rm.pes.son 04'. The Hommond Org.nll radio hearer auto-
ARNOLD If """ 110.4 nrnnlhty p 5 V marIa oat It'll ,ppomlonlly rarslp ... S lekeo berni ... coblnbIn SI-A Worrteel Tg Rent WOOD FOIt I SALE, foMoM dollvtrySINGER the 5 preference* of Ch..._ '61 FORD Storliner! ,

thii under nice 150"111'I HR. t both' thaw homo you In ..,.. Alechue' Co. Only" .",..,.. lu.r000old. toonl prine. Schopll. Homoi lId tho Piotoollonoll. > _tic tronsmiision, power>>
REALTOR 11._. tor tho
AlSOCI..TIIINt. Proo boglnnor >
NW. Only" 1251 down PHA. PORDYCI WANTED I bedroom fumltMdopertment P1otn '.1-1955.
: REALTOR or houw for I ll too Write or Phonoi iteering whit. walls, the therpetf $ 1 fQC

r MM DOWN tM W. Unl_. ff4-U3 month period of time tlortlngJenuiry Ernie Tattler, Rep. hardtop In north Florida. . '*
prtvo by 1041 N.'. MM AVMWO. UNIVERSITYREALTY a3I AdO form.. hlwoy 7S. light I Imil. I, Itu. Locetlon ki o
Slow Its oxtorlor ot mil .11,... MOELLER N. 01 I..k. CI,,. Gold tOil. good neighborhood. Write Sox FEATHER-WEIGHT Aton Music Co. SHOPPERS SPECIAL
lbs S bed,..,) ,..1-. Comolccrnploto 4 5505 I.k. 70 sons ItS 000 I. 034M Oolnoivllle lun. LISa now ,' with cool and 211 I W. I Avo. Phone m4eMOelnnvlllo '
with rongo rofrlgoror II ooroo In SImIan 5.1.000 In 59 ENGLISH FORD 4 heater
ottochmonti. Consul door
'1. voluo, Plo
r. outomotle dlihwnihor. diopoMl REALTY po.,." 10050. I'rfce 0035 paroar. 51 Of -Diik SppcejPRESHLV only 171 .. .
sod alt conditioning UnIt till N. Miln II Ph 971-4111 .. Tenent ......, II pecontroet II50 per mo. Nitlonol PIANO white walls. . . . .$185

FHA quoiitiod "kuyor con pot W. M. M..,". ...lIor DIP W. Unly. Avo P1 idIllMamb.r megnolloi... Moat pktunoiwe .. .,. W. DoIng UO'' ..Midilno... PR S Co.. 3SI lr.., III Wellington .p,'''''. ._ -
chooo with, ,\* par coot ,..... Allot I. ll McLoughlM ProM Multiple" Lilting ottting In thli ..... High .. office opeco ::17..1572 59 VOLKSWAGEN 2 door, rodio. heater new
bill, modest m.'hl p.vmmo. Roby Roy McConn, T. C. Doug- lend brood view overlooking for rent upeteln with I item IVANS SPACI HEATER 13!. AIM' Oood CondCLOSI
*01,04ann? N yoon. .Portoct I... J,. .. W. Mesh AonclollO PIllS KeitorChlrllg 15.001 down, write Don '=:, ..... end ono _.tor. hooting' ron,,, ,lootr *, ', pins Out ItM moaot Spinet Pkenoo. paint good condition. ,.,.. . $645
fenBillon Intloo end ooMds.0IWOSTORY Move? Uiero' Grant Owner, lott 149, White Sprlnoi, old Plr conditioning' turn. Oft $11, I'c. 5101552 ::,: 4 P.O.wotdi : Choice of InM oMonoe, LOW BANK RATE FINANCING
Helen Belyoet plo or cell Tom Covli 1114177, troet. porting' .,... ...II.b''.. Welnut, or Mehogeny.Lllllonl .
BAROAINLdJefed FORDYCEFEATURES tike City. Phono Norwood Hops PR o-HOI. TWIN MusIc Store Owned and Operated By
end hopping TIRED OP RANCH HOUSES "' H.II.bodo, 020 11 030so. ill S I. PIlls Street
noer TOO MUCH TOGETHERNESS I ot IOACIO$ AttrsctI Hom. i oii"'i NT'4i 10 PT of office 000171100' Good """ .01. 1051.wlt _
center thle S bedroom "home Heretotpeco OHO It I 0111. Want 01 oIly tImIllatntpu.drn.d.DY opoco tm NW ith St. Cell 17*, 12f. I om'lI radIos ss N. ?. sly AND SELL NEW AND BLANTON BROS. AUTO
le neot ond clew. Promo conitructlon. Of liny bodroomi, no Tnu lei pIne 1707 or 17S-MM 7I-ms.. .....,... veed muilcol ...,.......,..
clots! go 441 North $ 454-1641
Pull PrIce S7Mg with open High Spring,
.......bI. down peyment PMIH .ncI_., two llorlid' frotnohouee wmds. 0,00 on scms wilts 1,05. IPPICI' SPACI AVAILABLIDowntown ,.V _0." A"..'. HKI, lend 'muniment ropplr Open liJO-7 P.M. Doily IRI. TII t P.M.HAWESPOWERS .
built .,rd meii' C.II DIck inbi10500' II A I. P0p003ly "blO stsw. shop.
.M per man"" Why root HOUSE excellently Control hoot 4 A -C. 113.00 OnlopOll $10.JO DUDA MUSIC CO "
OPEN t.lnod, U moent for P fomlly. Itllilor. 1W.. l/nhf. son per m.. Cell '.. ., Realty' ,, tn7151' 410 NW tilt A.... 17U71.
H. MoIn
... ". .2J
14. wild 17H'
MM P4W. llth AVI.Control Mognlflcont flrepleco Poll off g Pour bodroomi 11 X 3/t-mi or IIIIta.IICUItITV POOL TASLI cein, _'"001.
heel and elr conditioning very .lovely, trIo thIs I br I both In coder-lined .10"' ', t modemlied 1.0. 'cre Inch odlolnlng' with BUILDINO NII 41 s r renloIstinI' 01111 SPINET ORGANRepoioeoHd
Dvoll to well. cerpetlng In living homo with over tow w. ft. Built. both, powder room. Living entoll homo. Lend PHI for "5414. Sill W. SolId Hole bed .ompllll wlllt ipinot orgenRoiumo MOTOR
end bId_.. Two room 50 X If with ttreoleco, ting ..,.... Unlvonlty Aw Plret ClaM -
prop corgorogo. In oven I ronge. Botutlful lt7XtM Ing country cuee Sails end rock. Punlend' bolencoiORIDLIY
ThIs' "orlitocrot" gf : lot. Only" wo,200. Come ooethle Mporote dining' room kltchm 14 oIl X If IIdi.Itna.h.m I' ..c_ ...... ...... _, .1 tor. Spooo. Air"1 ""no.cond. JanItor eieveott4troot lull Will Unlvonlty Ave.'OP. IrS p'rm-
Kernel hendeomely lltueted M I homo :M P.M. Sundoy Nov. I Urge electric micll Ovine' Htog H.,1ea ".,lIblo. Coil PS 4450 MUSIC CO.
"Mil tide Hie (,.. S bodroomi. I U It 1471 N.W. :SOlO woiher dryer ceblnotry.Intogrol 1411 ecroi M Co. nr Ovlllet rnollvoblo 0. P1 5-341P. m. blood ot hoorlng or IhoM Aolnoivllle, Shopping' Center SMITTY SEZ :
1 5.rsndstnnIs. now guilder who Mko to witch Ill lot, Miow
homo cell
velhi) Children con welk to Littwwood pleow 371SJS1plinol.
.......d porch. Flooredend lend hoi bulk BRAND NIW olllce A TV ottodimont ll lull tM
and Woitwood Khooll Low in etout tho Also 5 itoro with
;JJJOOg with guy t.rme.rT Monthly poyi-onlg with Mi bedoven I IIgh.... pttic. No Pie,_ride, nm ""t..".,. PrIce on todoyimorkot. plenty of perking SOP NW 10th thing' for .... foty to InitillMM. MILL' lminsl.r II roa0001lbbs. 010thclroloo
boors It: 11W. II' hr room. but p reel write g. A... 1111 per me Photo PR S0251 O'vlllo H..I.. Aid. 120 01 tou StilI.t ot 0005019
roon wired, .. p "','''th.". Woodihid N. Molt, PP. 0405SPECIAL Pled up povmente ot Wuilltwr "We're loaded
.J" SOUTH IOLEWILO Si roost A.c unl' 101. 01'11.,110I. ..... Cold oil-fired hot wetorcontrol A..... I oc.. nr Mod Confer wit- Splnot Piano trod hack.
Tipmpnooui 4 bedroom, I both 0porm'" hooting. Lot ISC' X l!" Oslo for building rental unlti. SALE ...,.... (7 pir wurlltter with
*non for lorgp fomlly. PenelUd4erug COIl 'ord\ICI lllolt>>. 11..lbl"1 with noble old' treoo fenced In for MARY MOelLER, REALTOR 54 luilneii R.".... hundred or It.SO por do.... Will MVO oound S320.4 motion pick' Orgon up Rev- .

room lulll In kitchen, the bony. In g ploeeont, we* toechool IQIt w. Unlv' Ave. 'R Q.447I rootod ..1_.. Auloo Nun ...,.. wo hove o pleno to tit 44 with 77 used cars
tnolde' utility room 'IcrawNdrctt. neighborhood. Our fomlly POR LEASI 10,001 "ea. ft. itorebullo'lng sirs, ...1..*,. 441.1201.CANS pm oocor. PIANO CO.
... Altrootto. oIwnI treot. 9elore Includes rolrlt. rengo, I of III: Itoi loved It. SM.OOO. Con 41 CDI.... Propertyol W. Price TM W. ,'v'A Avo. J7 0 3I.Automotivt ,
Now olementery school oboe by! weiher, T.V. pntenni, pKCollentlendKOpInf for eopolntment to 'lo J 41S NI HOP per ",.: C n' Heynet. I JUICIAs 'N.
rlCO 535.100.bUIlPOISS ... lorge comer lot PR: 4-4171. mIll 7J male ..1. Do'lvtrod' $7. .,
Tin it, PR 4-M4I: or I. P. MI.., C.II .1.26It.. 1cm. and we're
tor thle I It. bilh" homo InWoodiend 1 SopOr. Hwy.
O"I'OItTUNITY CoIl T. Cell Perdyce. FOR SAL! S IR treme homg onMoncokM I ow loboosst.d III bbp 55v515. P0 47001.IPAND "'. Nanthone.SACRIPIC5 .
so. w. h500 _....,. )7frl2M.FORDYCE. Rd. S4.101I ce.rt for ol tote ot the right orlc.. CoIl NOW sIlica or itoro with Sm PIom.ut *Sbh4
puick' ..I.. Den Con Phono liP ,, _
plenty of po"'. ,. MO Nnt loll
3714111.HOMES TANG hulI
ARNOLDPIALTY 0041.POR POR SAIl Avo. 1121 per .... Phone PR SMALL 4 hunting 4 17 torgot bow, conrtll5 orrowl Pull W. 13 Metercyclgs ft Scpotgrsgt7S ( Issuing you a
i I oodroomi St. 1Ott 0251.
SALI Urge duplei' I blockifrom t SI 14m Ills Soy torgot qulvor, orm t
COMPANY 11OC''TlI. INC. u of P 'In SW ooctlofi. Corporhk A... 1m.1I 4000 p50000t.. worehouie tor rent. ,!.... .U.... IM. I70U5S.SINOEP. 190r2200c ZUNDAPP mo'.el.
Multiple" LIsting MemberIflTW. Orl<. 'ord'/c.. Ro.llotRIAl. utility room. end potioi monthly peymenle 157 to pelAm DAN BYRD176B26B. 00. Centecl D H. Cowert RtJ __ license to steal
unlv. Avonuo 1711IJJAeoaclotoii 10141 CONSULTANTS Unoolo W 5000. Gill PS .2HI SwIrls built on vour M round bobbin' oloctrttportoblo 37 I5.7.
Jono Celdwoll Dick Prwcoe Hough oqulppod to .1, Bon
banks lots" I I' M. with no down ..,m..l. Ph.PR log
Jkow ...."" ...] Sue Kolkmon, hah Couldm Mervey Benton S-4IH. nonogrom ovoixoot, mono oil'
IV-W. Hodgo Jimmy Grows 0. C.-0., Buoley OouldenCOLORED WANT II loads 4 50 or toncy Mltchoi. i piymontt, 14 AUTOMOBILE
VMWor .......... PH 0010. 314.1200 ...... 10 Ju for 5110110 110115 In MOVE"" m 0.4 JaIls.ItoorlIt. SoIls 17 II or 140 UHI Goorgo iso again for the
....! ___ .. .._ 1i1.IWI.blAuTY.
0.1.11'' WrIte' C. How CCI 1 bid....... Sal baSs.born. Mocnlno ,.. Phono 001. 01mm car
: II... 071. J5051 .d.. Jscb.nnolIIs Law down pay01100t. ....... SHOP 0" LIA$0.Donotown Jwlng NOWIn
III U. 20th TOO.macnv ....,Ion. All "xto.. our motor tune-up doptHAWKSPOWERS .
McKINNEY 5,111.1 0010404, ..... 10 resdV 0.rboslo. OOWLIMO' upMOLiTiny MOTOR CO. balance of the
dov 37072t .... Sill per _"". Col l low oo HI No nwnoy M4 N. Mlln, St. I
n'.hll' 575'IOIS. w.,.. MoonS 04 SrtwSt Tow down, low oo 15 por month. S7MMI
GREENDEATON 0.ltv, ..0021,05' J7U461 Polo ntlmotoo pickup ond otreoomo
4-l COIORID RINTALS livery ownIc.. Alt .5,5 .u..... month. Take a
54 a".I_. OpportueiltlM 004 Pno 3147700.WI IS Automobile for Sell
NOW RENTING WANT TO soy laIn moosl oslO

COLORID ultro .modem lilt do- WO100IOFUL Duui bob ",portunl,, rot'igor- I.coptAn.IIy HIgIt IIIAMBLIN ", ... ,u.II001' cond., t the
RENTALS J. J. FiNlEY plat .,.rtman... lorgo 'living and 7 ..... of 1 lend with on oitobllih.od now .1_. 01001. 0 5 1 look at
Juit en Ideol homo ftp g lenjefomlly dining aria, modern kitchen with builneu eervlco Motion em, WILSON'S EXCHANGE I .:. loll, on aS Hil'oc lOW 25thTat' .

I who needi Mo of room, fen lorgo etorogo cloeeto torreoH .1,... ...... room 10, 1r.1I., 111 S .. lit street Phono PR 4447. Coil 374IW1SCI .
4 IR I both Plo. rm., Control "_ tile bothi, eoocg Inch
; .
court ..11... All tot quick eolo. ". US IEPORE YOU IUVILANTON loot below.
BRAND NEW DUPLEXES hoot. I Idoelly' locofod within IMocM or end hot weter hooter tocllltloe AND N'W"lot.
of lbs Kheol Povedllreotg for weihlng mochlnot ondpoved Would oonildor right kind 00trod. Sods ond cholro' Uf.'!. re 550$.
'..ullM oheited M- elreele. too of M I. nth .. 101110' d'" IS Illness .1 cMntro MM rockori .11.... Auto HIM,
'Ohio pmpii'ty 'to lbs dIllon PmIcod 0,04,1 \\r.'ooo: or ,'" mi.4S WIlLIAMS lIItVIC' CINTISothnT77t High Sprlngi' 454-IMt .tatioll wo500,
c. 55 Plot fInanced wIlt ,low VERY SUCCIiSPUL SINCLAII 37H'31 WILL TAOI ItSl V-* Pord I ...cuta" co,.
Lot uS sh0t .....1..... Aplle.liiIlnr 1I'kIII 110'". USED VACUUM CLIANERSKlrhvl. door. R4H good .h."" goo
r =.Sl 5.10(1 yat Slob .help evellebllTcell PR ILIT'S for h''. 0011000? lor Omd. mo'ot bIke. ::1117I automatic transmission radio heater, power

5otd" Awaolnnots" I 1151. H...... lloctrolu' I NE tIlt Or Phono 37HIHO.rO brakes air condi
One end twp bedroom him.lihid WestlnghouM. ond etherpEO iteering, power $4895

INCOME PROPERTY end unfumllhed illelectrli About Ito unbolloviblo' TALK return onmveetmont WASOIN' 374-1MH ,'.,Ion SAL. wldo"1154 4-wtMOl hunting drive Jeop wogon. Honed power windowi . .

ir you erg looking tot R property aI_ heefltif pmoll oe 11100. for NOW YOU CM onroy eooKlngj with 'I MM ceih. Cell during toy17MI35 4 door
3CO hardtop
with on 1 Income lot w Show you SIP conditioning ewlmmhigpool II ..... Coln. peretod Cor.woeh. OAl Pull Hie OAS PANG, ueea. ....''og. 17e45.. '64 CHRYSLER ,
nico I storY d pii. Punytumlihed block from P.K.Vongo .
tIlls ono Let "W_'. dlitrlbu.Bon imtoiiod PIll with our LP executive .
II71 por month In. k...... Prom SlOS permonth. tar solbolltat' SIlO .bout OtIs o.wIsol OAS eu 00 _P...... IM down, lbS PORD Oolonlo too Cony., IW ear, power
come. Gold condition end lana Rooervo youra tonI Corner 120 month for two monlhi. Chevy grookiwond wogon 10 iteering. power brakti automatic Irani
lion. Pevod stoatS The price S.W. llth Avmuo sod l thTerreco. filVpenlecole., :: P. 0.: Propone. Atolls Rd. PR 4-1111 1 Comet I Dr: lIt Dodge 4 Dr,
ll __.bI.. You ....''d hweetlgote 1704015 ... Plianau. .. lISP Angllo, Phono :OTHmM.JEIP mission air 'lOOCconditioned.

boUrg you "buy. CHI PRmi7. 2 BR FURN. APT. 41.100 10.. ft. Income eio.no1 SINGERSL.ANT.OMATIC I ...-. then'51 "SCO WD ml., now Other engimw now, . 0 7/jJ

IM MO Cell PR e-Jm yoer ot U por H. ft. Loc_ to .. ....'.. botterv. Iterlor. Fury 4 doors hard.
McMEEKIN LAKE otter t PM.IPPICIU5CY moke p million''' dOli.... Ago roe I etc Price 1150 PR 1-4751 64 PLYMOUTH
II pro wonting g ye"' found eon for oouing. '''.001 down beonce 11H1 top .x.cutl'l'
you 51100 INIII, ill
5 I SsdrowoS Hove flood with light sod log ....... 011011.4, 00 5 110..11"1 ,too out ot rent. Write Sol 441 7 mo old, don 1051Wthtn5 SPECIAL
0 .. living dining' grog S Double .....,.rtm... link 1,, pmfartv onnololl, .1111'11I IUlIPlled. .001st 505. Oelneivllle"' Sun.HOMI with' out aWL Mekoo buttonlMlei. CHRYSLER NEW VORKIP1ft oar Power iteering, automatic $2895
0. 041 171.0.11lor
0 Moeonry Conitructlon 0 VnMtlen IHMti ;; := .04 Oirly VIol. Wool: 111.1' 0 1101. lewi on buttora, winghemi ft H AT olr condition Poworeoito
5 T or, PlaonPointed 5 Tile window, ellllLergo 110 1404-I .11 I bcll-Pl., ..somtrnnlsol Inlormal. .11. I PM.fTID.OOM 4 oftlce roof now" City .... Pey Ml. of ll.. or PW lilts or will tokocheeper transmiision radio heater .

Honor williTiled 0 town with, 51500 SlId]'l.y 5oftruo. ....... ... ut lId Hell on propooog new 1r.niloop" l.Isugpsy.b$7p. ., me. cor III Omit colt" 4M-3431: 4 door Cown, power
tub sod ihoworlLorgo Ihrubhery tlon-well londeceped iprlnlilerIVltem I' IIh 50. 000 p.r ..... P000PS Ideal tor Beouty Shop.etc. Oi..l cell write Jimmy Cnoby > Mkonooy.CHEVROLET. 63 IMPERIAL

., double Hiding' door $ 10..'..... AttloPeved UH It. loll tronloge 1.4533.iAN S 00f Buy new. on llborol looms' ,. ;15.Om. Del. Oolneevlllo. lu -ig Impolo convert ,t."ng. power
chneh StrooteCiooo mlloe I loit CAMPUS t BR _.. oporO.ment. Write N. S. BolllngprriOP" N.ISALIS 01 engine PS R4H. AT. 107) brakii, radio heater airconditioned
Linen Cknoft to SofIA sod "bug itapPlonned I lt-j ml South of : 1 Itl .... worried coupleoonly 3rd 50. SINGER or boot ohIo 372400. 1631 SW $3695

Beck _... eloeedWeihlng "ploy grounoo P.lotki Pont tho pleco Not pultlblg tor ..... Pft loth Ac,. Lot nconvortlblo. . ,
o Mechlno 11.1111.0hi moo tIotnO sod p.04. IMlIog OPPORTUNITY)
Cell tor oppolntmontPR .-." t-eill. AUTO ZIG ZAG COIVAIR MaNZA '54 4 door, hardtop
Com_, or todlolduaS who with Mull soil Dootoos III. sohtI 63 CHEVROLET
.ppol.,....". sail 172-5121 or 172-5122 Rwnoieed Impala auto-
to to toko with lluullII ,
ASSOCIATES lego Itudenh ond couptei without odd lino or on loom Rom nice No ettechmontl nee*
children preferred, Cell l5w.PUINISIIID 01 oxcluilvo' roprgeontotlvg I. .... tOwn .ith' crod I.... 3 no lIon, like n.< CobOl.tool. matic transmission radio heater steering .
lobs no/thm tin out to northeoit Mth terroco turn left I It"" J.Col,Prey J. W.Gay Devil Jeyno N. :.u= berry 47 m or 4711171.od lirltsry.TM. up ew of 14 mo.good or Pal belby NothIng'of i down luet asunop.101.015 power

10011101. 5.1,1015I APT, .011 It I TA $0.5 50 510. 0005 JIoltry c_ |7i mo. Cell 17oMM > actual 13,000 $O1OCmilei.
Is e sow II.. 01 marosA. efter 100 P M.
Oon. lueCAM'ERA
-- - 1.control 00110 hooting 0II ,Air utllltloe 000011115.tunIFFICIENCV 011.1015015., Is'nn.Iatsd, W .. old ..... DoL Oolnoivlllo. ItM PLYMOUTH door otrelghItel . . ZI7J

I. Itno ottoonlcol, 10,0.. lit" 41 their 1I1ctI. ........ ml". ) '4 door
_4.4115. P1101 P0 10533 or P0 "b. II....' 10 'oo III M Golo.o.0Iil AIMI pento. 51.0. I 5500. CIII PS "JII' oolrsslow' Soor '63 BUICK Special (Compa ,
lonm Also '
SERVICESHome lull, complete 1100 0 P.M. station $ I nrheatir
APTS. lloeh. pnono PRIIPtl.MATIVI 1 wegon |

ma o.NIn.n.pv.onltoop.. I II Wdnfog1 I* lop PALMS oeodllngi, t* melure IMPAIA luoor' Sport, ,4 Moeo), sharp car. . . I 07 J

I 414 ..._ t-1000 dime to o tl. You pool hooter. Con eloorlng.Ken ot orMoe;. rodidk 1 door, V-200 auto-
COlON WANIIO dig. Alto' other native troet. Lochloo. I
I 'IUO COUI'L. 100 P.o sot- Al US. end foreign Klyordollea .. Owning Com,. 4P1-I1>. I"CIOOV.0LIT. ........ 5,1111, _tiC tram. $
And BusinessAuto ploo .11111110. C.M 4511405."ThIINrcI i iOot holt pnol. oMIoro.Rllll otto .ond mi TH'Luitro_le eeiy c.r...en. 0150751 1 the budgetRootern 51,0. 0u00 005.. H.MIIt.CALI..S.uolllnOalIp. 2010007 cOons mission radio, heater. . I47J

-.HI' III,","" STAMP b COIN SHOP forgotten ....... R.ntoioctrlf 2 door, hardtop, auto-
.4. 0000. 200.. eoo. lOt w. unfvereny Ave thlmppgpr II. MeDenlell IIJ7 CH.YIIOLIT. unuII.0l 5.006.tAn. 62 VALIANT
=billIon. 455.1010.: I Pumltvrg CPU lelnptvlllpSHooptng S ..... 500000,19 SIlO. III matic transmission, radio .

Mortgage helmMOPIGAOO Roofing Hit I pecoportmonlo P .t NawoihoId. Said.O277Isattoo4ibId. Con,... _.. m NW 17th_ st opt II. heater, air conditioned, power $ | AQCiteering.

I p5010 11104500. lit 0w45lt000 MO TRAIN LAYOUT. ComHoto I/7J
1100IYS C t. HARRIUCentroctor noer Unlv. 4 MM i with' 4 ...1_ :U ..... double Value Rated .
I "" OW tn_. loom' 10IS Cow, Adulte only. p* polo.Lew ono) tobto leMlpj TV dlnem eel fr.... oodltlenol lour. duet pow '
rewired, SIN Coil with m cholro I bed wSirlnwS or't." eWctrk- 62 PONTIAC BT.S.4pew.riteering
.. PV oil your rootlnt MO* pnd I* per woo Used Cars
mottroeo. s ehotte. I slow 'ly lit
IUV UILD RIPINANCICo in-MM or 5144051.TOO ono bMulllully UmMciP-
pol", ON -
; lomp. I OlIO lenpo. .00 too*
=:r- III 1.05. Pont Clnboho.a Old
room overt. privet. .Ut ... brakes air conditioned auto.
gorogo 01.5
001114500 5. veer oround gift, for folfiereiitenglneen. B&G MOTOR CO. power ,
Ph. 3763S75eollgetlofl.
DonByrd $,toooo tol S Sold w.b.r tOo grill beyi Ingimi. otto. COM- .
Gore,. DeortTELIY1SION ....., OolpilSsrIw.d, 0109.00 lot monoHhootg/* 4MOI.STU PR|ijj H714To or beef otter.tmvHUQ. C...,".. 01..11. matic transmission. Power 2295
"H' sod Sonneotbiso II t..i 1 C.IIP$4.aoulrsa.
0500101 p01w r_ 10 lu9Samt ponofl.JJ&Wll, '._WAY IS.SOI 15 hi.... PULL 'ONNlICA .nrnAoi" _..... 2001 NW ISIS St. windowi. .
WOO 50ad17 415,0.05 II ss .-.A.. OOOR SPICIAIIS'iMtetlofleil W'JI .... oil S ...... Ales W' wldl So I.' 11o. 5,54 W'1gIt 2do.rautomatic Irena.

Cell MmoriI _. 5 reowlr. Hovlng 47 H._ Ion lesS Pores.OOLIWOLD. 1 -11'-- wino. SlOInlnsi, steal old glass 61 VALIANT
W. KIPKPATRKK, Keener ego doer treuomt Cell Wo boi 12. 2751015 5110 0.CLIASAISCI slIM Slot Oolso.0 lis50s' 10,5. m'''''''. radio,
It N. Moln M ""'. PR MOMPRID I AM. er oner 4 'ill AnytwoILICTRONICS 895
asoloto fo40-3--.1. bneoct cell' J7HMI1 woO. SoIl .
__ .. I. CN' 5.00.1 .45 -" 0 dos Sort ..oter. Sharp.
25'5A$7 _
ARtKKORIAltOR 3110 SW OOtt Act 311101, 010500 0O0'05. ..ON nesO.d III. PbiolHon. 'too 1,1.11.10 IIS4SOsotSIal 10 P05 ma Sal oNrothhnt
3111 SW Itm ., Open 01$. Doc. tot Us now 504 53,4. ..._. .51.0*. p1i" "I', 4 door .t.tioll W.Oll.pow.r .
5' .1 Nooriy N* Punnwo"jjeNW 51141 61 RAMBLER
PeA WOO CONVINTMNAt 5515 ow "" .11 5.101,.
LOANS | BR PMoreio ...... room. flro.piece. pin A_ Piwno PR i.d'tStMM0400 illsro 37..IIJ1, MILTON MOTORS iteering. radio

Class ''II' W. UN'V. AY' P00. 0,540. Newly iMecorewd dolireOM nO. bad s.d ..0000900Ostor. LAbS _,,- wmoew <4 Pic lung fuP I 0_. 50500.""owl 5an NI bcotlon. Aowto gntyIIIO 1 $120 It 0oulOf On 40 VH.t. AIM e<4 .. I ond door I m H. MAIN ST. PR 4-W1 095
P. H, A. 4 C.,. tonne bob PAN SIP VMOU 1M 5.0 .
*UTOG1.A5S II out .wlfIbo." .& tuooo. I Veer W__. Specie Mar """rVg., ""* All tor e". |eo of SUP
000 501000541015 100'101'' POROYCI 4 AS90CIAIIS, INC. RecwMlflened fro W0.n 0 tw Pii50PUINISHI5 0 U i 1 W 70 Piece, 4 d10tronoleeisslo.50., ...tofMtic
treo pickup. t ........ Add SOALTOiS rue VAI'1 SIORI 1.0.10 00.0 on 001940. IV.wndIo00yo. COX WAREHOUSE 61 RAMBLER
5,0001 S 011015 Io 0010 I .... KO- LNw .oqubi00
MAUI" DIN" AUTO OKU CO. < t_.... .. ".. .. OIlS 0?. SOt PR 5.4a00.ADVERT1SE fOI L MaIn St. PR Hue radio heater. $895
m N W. iih SI, PR mag. WatrCRYSTAL --11I- WISTINOMOUSI.cMnek wa.clue .... ,
Drinking 000rIlC.lldrSolo. LN" THE I SHI 4 110_ 504551. 4 door, udal,

Auto EquIpment nest I V 5100 a SERVICE DIRECTORY 51 IP> 4 Ipso 5004051. .. 0000 G.M.C. 61 OLDSMOBILEtransmtiston avtotosatic
oloor tprkig wour chom. Ions. to fl' 5on5 Un00.'S'tPoor' otonof 1" ..... M STI-oiOo.

$TDsAUtlCSArco .MuI5l tow sod lrn loot a ... radio heater tte ring.
: power
.tMognoo'd ;
_co_. Rwelr kite tef Sp 5.0. Saccd II lIsa,. .:.\. J ii brak"

.Welkor dOubt recfory outhorlood 550105' WnlOt CcoPOor. 3117700.- PICKUPS & VANS power $1295

11' WMker Mydroulle Soot 400000 FOR RENTSPACE .
Servtco A ent. Hull's ClAuS Mobile Horn Repair . .
URVKI 4 SUPnV usa 1Approlsol ONLY 4 cloo hardtop elite.lftotlC .
...... P0 11100 RemodeliRoj 59 IMPERIAL .

COMP1ITI MORHi"" DOoM tanaoo.oigsio" *.

Service DO TOU NUD P2040 ........ .. RIPAIR 'NVIC' AVAILABLE IN THE radio. ......,
tro sano owns VA All meoee sIt piOp01. Rieionibliprtcoo. power steering, power SortC

of 100050 5 .oooeste Sio.PPa AH won gjuoroMooo.Ooenl krakte. O/D
TRIO s. ARNOLABulldoiing a Sns -. A boron MeMIO rleing Ira. CAROLYN PLAZA ; SEE
1005.101 sod --. Cert C.001st 00511 _oro'seoe $49 : J. L SMITH. witlUt SUCH.

alA& 151011 0PP54I5.44. 00140. PAUL
....1(. : Directly Ac...* From Campal) lAtNITT. SANDY COMMJNS
w UNIV AV' ma. 0,142* : 1 CRANVlUt JONES.

roll IU''A' .1 II Nlrol


0.MA.1. Du'_". l0a.Iii; ..... POinting INS II lOCAl RIPIPE'tCei EOw. THAN ORDINARY NCK-UPS VANS
Oot 5. boil go niiiinil R. 50 mare k _omoev'IIOi H.
IOMAS 1111 400 bni t..... l.
phon _lfS-.7 e.._ MOO. 11-0 S1010WNe P400. V._ CONTACT
pjp) too ng oo oooil. Snmig.UphohNfT IiouSIMOLD I TROPICAL PONTIAC

Sewing Machine Impairs p. E. M. REIZEN CO.

.r4an toe irwwo.AOVIPTISI I G.M.C Truck C.nttr

CALL.....,". MACHINI SIR- 1M".IAL.V ALIANTcHITSLn.....'''O'-S'(4
vol co. ml an.ASS. vpn.At.N 01.0 $0S IIr,5Sus IM THISIRVKI P. 0. I.. 14002 FR 6-19SO 220 N.W. ,tit ,be. I 312N.MAIIisT.'
0,0.0150. 000 noow ..501.0s 150*. Con 5059.PS I fR6-3400
,*nIl NTh anw- 510N 114 NW. II "...


Friday,- .November. 27. 1964' Gainttvill-Sun' ., .19
r te. '


l.1] H


Sedon. Factory air-conditioning fully equipped. Mint
condition.' Tremendoui tovingi on initial deprtclotlon.


Sedan. Factory alr-condltloning fully equipped. Forabout
the price of a low price 6-cylindef car,you con get
POOLECABLEMOTORS the belt fully equipped.

11* it PODGI-OAKT TRVCKS Iii AW. in Co 2595. I +

.. __.n___ -I '60 CADILLAC 1\\ SALE !

GAINESVILLEAUTO Sedan. White. Low low price. ..
SALES ii \ ,
1007 M. Mete St.ri
n urn 1995. ;'
Nmllicentrol ,Iar..'. 'l
Tho following 11 cars have been on our
I Independent Peeler. '57 CADILLAC ROLLING. AGAIN! :

Fleitwood. Factory olr-condltionlng.' White and mountain : lot for over 30 days and, hero's your
FOR THE CORRECT laurel. Fully equipped. On.owner.X695. In
TIME. .'. Some for
FR 2-1411 Ready chance to ./

.CourtetyOfUnlvenlrf Immediate Delivery63.d t '
N.MN1$to at Utll A... '64 OLDSMOBILE
98 Sport coupe. Factory alr BARKLEYMOTORS bucket Sold and wrvlced by I fir G 45O'
$3,995. n1* TO

2201 N.Mils St. 62 OLDSMOBILE
FR 2-4171 98 Sedan. Factory alr-conditloning, cruise control', FALCON,
squire weaA eei..i pie
5L *2,295. FALCON 62 .Pee in... iv.waits..-!sure, .115 i,syi P.w.r utn.I.I, 1350'.
COMPLITIAUTILl ,., Squire' wagon, Fordo 18499599
MPAiefaviiity R&H. air cond., was lutl Inl MM NOW
Owe tine light blue loreTiles
HIT pmeil '
88 Stdan. White. Sharp. BUICK.
AUTO ...... .
MM a ItiMee. .L.a.,, Uf... ... I..h v
tI' M MM M.treim 63 M Ceti. ,. ,rW,.'.. P., 850THUNDERBIRD
1995. 4-dr. salon, V-8, 1st. .
FardomaHc R&H Molls Sun, was urn save wa now


WE'VEGOT 98 Sedan Factory alr-conditlonlng., W. 5uar.nla v.e .tie, Ii e.. -
I 63 Impala 2-dr. h wet sir tend
,_ .reran,,
Powerglide green & ""It. 60 4 PI MHMD 'im 1795
1965 1395. Cbeneit '63 In town Mho. Milt Mirw, ell Kifwtl -

HIM sAve sos NOW

FORDS i '59 BUICKElectra 62 FORDGolulis 2-dr. "6", $1299 CHEVROLET
Sedan.Full Sparkling white. R&H
I power. Fordomotlc, light blue. Spt>
READY.TO (Ul.Sunroof r. limit ern. tmlew4 wit
61 1 elr Outs I'''''' aN
$995 = :tt.. : 1345
WAS 51x11 SAVe M' New
'60 CHEVROLET 62 249
Impala Hardtop coupe. V-S automatic tronimlulon' wild bleck.R&H Eat, FIATn.Iea..u41W
DON'T DELAY iteering. _
I power idr .deb anu.t
SEE 'EM TODArSHAW 64 '' ,... w'lIo a.N.r 1Ow 122'0'II.
11"11I MNAer.iNMr.
1295. 62A $1JIO :
& M JL f was urn uvi sop NOW

Mtttor Sedan. V-8, automatic tronimiupon. Compact 1965 FORDS

21S Phone W.FR University-5171 I $1,395. GALAXIES, LTD'S, & FALCONS-. '

'61 'FALCON READY TO DELIVER! 58 < Jit Wagon, .V..U$120Q..
iris, rodia end heeter
Station Wagon.Whit.Standard ihlft.
P.r Ma.
Gr"w w\ financing FORDJOr.
$1200 1
'61 FORDSedan *" W \ on all 51 1 inlulon. Sedan, R&H V-l, lender1 Irene*

Golaxle. v... automot tronimlulon Smooth. iJ Per Mo.

Pick your firoril m f new and
W. tuna up 1195. CA
either ,"d.We It WARRw used ears! STUDEBAKER $41

life"w....Mt...1.. '60 FORD 59 Lark 4-Df. Sedan, everdrlve, t*yl I,
It. Oe VW It' In hotter& good tlrei.
rwr.lA.1 V-l, automatic tranimlulon.' This h a very
.. fin. buy. 1 L\ fORD fir Mo.
the we wick te r4
iKe ether eml.ImeectiKf... ... $ OZ G.I..I. S00 4-dc. Vi. $1749
... nrtt" 795Wagon. R6H. cond.. YuI- MERCURY
IMM hi. erotic, PJ, green &.+Iii..
5 7 Monterey 2-d. HardMa V-l, 3441
_'61 VW. '60 HILLMAN CHEVROLET auto, truth, PS, R&H, "[.000 w.
rtc" 111W. 'AO lUll Mlet,anf iwnef.
$1450 Sedan. A real ooe eever 4-dc. V.8, PS, Pt, SISQQ P.r Mo.
& R6H fowergltd.' 'Ktory
CHEVROLET $495 .Ir. A ....f.
MM 5S.t...>re'e, hMter, efc PLYMOUTH
rt.5."w. $295 PONTIAC 58 SeveyOr.. Seder. vi. eua.Irene 3441
61 RAMBLERStation
ROM Clean H I em.
6-cyDnder, 61 4dr Mown WMMM, RAH, $1399
' .. e> cond-, auto. Irene., PS, P. Mo.
-Hera _p..n.rkn.".... $995 PB, green & white.
$1195 FORD

'n vw MERCURY $OQO Plrl.ep V5-s.. lw* ::, t- 34"
1K ..... 1Q' were 57 PONTIAC 7 59 e l..euta Irene, w/de rune
$1395 Hardtop Sedan. ... Dependable. J ..-4..<,.- hares sedan.hire RGH cr.PS....and ZiO 7 I I Per Mo.

uMf"'I3 VW c_ $350SriCIAl FORD 1

-_.- .a.$1395 M I Ii i II I I interest ntM NOTICE 1v. -H N Ftrftrwl. (MfM.*.*..I.".GMAC link 3, rte; $ I o jf GAINESVILLE AUTO SALES

ROMEO DltCMwi Rate hike.Closed .
-a5.-..... i/wa TItM. are
M asu.awwe.$2195 I on the Sabbath FORD $ > 5O e+ OPIN TIL 9 DAILY

56 4-+.. V.|, RCM. eFarda..ut >tJj IT
'al vw
w".i elwro. mm+0 M
Re.w5L .11.555.
$1395MillerI B&GMOTOR t

i R0. :ueo waR


:: GMAC 238 W. UNIVERSITY AVL, GAINESVILLE, FLA. i *W. S.ll To S.ll At.,,," Phone 372 S3U

2001 N.W. 13th FINANCING St. FR '7515 OPEN TIL 9 M01I. thru FrL Ph. FR 6-5371 i iI I Across From The GoIn' .iTill. Shopping Canters


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iij'Gel......".. Sun Friday, November 27, 1W4 '"


I SEE by lllllwmmnnnmullllIllllilI


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HOSPITAL Jack B. Dampier?Betty L. "
November ZS, 1M4 Moore and baby girl, Charles A.
BIRTHS: Kersey.
Mr. and Mn. Albert B. LewIs -
2121 NW 5th St., a girl:
Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Merritt, Roundup
Involved in accidents
17M NW 38th Terr, a girl; reported
the Gainesville\ Police De-
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Norman,
and the Alachua Coun-
11S1 SE 1st. Terr., a girl, Mr. partment
and Mrs. Howard E. Taylor, ty Sheriff's Office during the

MRS. TERWILLIGER 2918 NE, 14th St., a boy; Mr. past 24 hours were. :
William Lewis 512 SE 10th
and Mrs. David T. Celrthman,
1403 NW 8th St, a girl; Mr. Ter. and Lorenzo B. Parrlsh, DISCOUNt LI, it itII
New School 923 SE 4th St., at S:20 p.m.
and Mrs. Oliver J. Lamb, 1409
at SE 4th St. and Depot

SE 28th Terr.., a, girl

.Dedication ADMI1TED'tSandra : McArthur Ave. Burke, 912 NE 22nd II III III I
J. Taylor, Minnie B St. and a parked car, at 8:07 N Illllli Imun... r,. inuu I I I III I i

Norman, Marilyn Ann Lewis, p.m. Thursday at 1500; NE 8th
?This Sunday Charlie McConlco, Douglas S Ave.Fred Hi--1
Williamson, Karen H. Smith, H. Lyons, Rt 4 and Or-
Alachua County's newest Barbara Vaughn, Mildred F. vetla M. Newman 2424 NE Is _
school U set for formal dedication -Lawrence, Elsie M. Anderson, Ave., at 7;52 p.m. Thursday In RCA VICTOR
\ ceremonies Sunday kt 4 Tom Jackson, Dr. Marlon M. a parking lot at SE 4th Ave. a ,
Fletcher, Eula "C. Cabaniss, and Williston Cut : off
pm.Dignitaries from the.county Diane J. Gelthman, Myra '
school board, Including Supt. Lamb, Bessie Cray, Orville Ocean Future 21" COLOR TV
EL.D. Manning Jr. and board Forden, all of Gainesville; Gerald
architect Jack Moore are W. White, Lake Butler; Orble Mining AreaNEW PRICES' START AT
scheduled to speak at the dedl- A. McElran, Newberry; ,
cation of Myra Terwilliger Ele-, Jimmy C. Jones, Trenton; YORK (APr ,- MIn-
mantary School. Mayme Jane Cellon, Ala chua, ing on the moon? It's doubtful! .
.Also speaking win be Mrs. Fla; Leda E. Hurst,*T h cmas- But the sea bottom will even- $ rf
Myra Terwilliger for whom the vWe, Ga.; Ella P. Barlar, High tually be a source of minerals :s D

school was named,. and Ralph Springs. such as manganese, cobalt and
Blount, principal of the school DISCHARGED gold and they will be mined by

located south of the Newberry Hazel Pons, Margaret Wisler, processing plants SO to 200 feet ILJ
Road just west of the Gainesville Daniel R. Harrison, Douglas under the sea, ,an expert predicts -

city limits. Ullamson, Gerald White, Wil- .
'The school, which openedIts lIam Hampton, Sharon Hill\, Ka- Prof. A. M. 'Gaudln of the
doors last September' has ren Smith, Marquarlte Page, Dept. of Metallurgy of Massachusetts
an enrollment of 239. Darrell Addison, Julia Crews Institute of Technology and Up
Mrs Terwilliger, a former and baby girl, Valerie Broder- says the lack of any such
teacher and principal, retired;son, Ruth Leukel, Carolyn San- ,sources of energy as gas, coal o Brtg t.r.than.ever RCA Victor color TVI a Unsurpassed
Id 1962. She began her teaching del, Richard Johnson. Doyle or oil will make moon mining! UHF-VHF all-channel/ tuning Colors possess a radiantnew
career In 1920. She was a prin- Smith Elose an Impossibility. brilliance the .
Padgett, N a oma on new glare proof RCA High Fidelity
cipal from 1944 until her re- At the VII International I .
Stanley baby girl, Sue Color Tub W "mow" melts away on many hard-to* '
tirement. Mineral Processing Congress
Cooper, Barton Sutton, Nancy get stations,thanks to the extra pulling of the New
meeting, held here in observance power
Fackender and Jeane
baby boy
Vista UHF-VHF Tuner 0 Two add
of the 100th sparkling
OJeda and baby boy, Linda I _
Scot ViewsE.TV'Hcrc Taylor, Edna Bronson, Harry mining education at Columbia f'f / "f xx'C "Golden Throat" sound to your Color TV viewing

Peterson, Ethel Wood, Bernice University, he said that a 1 ---- ,- ment 0 Coma sea its glorious color now; save at Field
Worley, Bonnie Hatcher, Kathleen submarine processing plant' at I
Macy, Veda Washington great depth In the sea would ;
operate by sucking up ocean

'For, IdeasA GENERAL November HOSPITAL 26, 1961 bottom nodules mud for containing treatment metallic and- t, ... : 10 DAY FREE HOME TRIAL NEVER A DOWN PAYMENT. .

BIRTHS dropping the reject back to the TAKE 3 FULL YEARS TO PAY !
shortage of teachers In Mr. and Mrs. John Garcia I sea floor. Such a plant would IF YOU CAN FIND A COMPARABLE MODEL S

Glasgow, Scotland, may be par- 210 NW 19th St., a boy; Mr.and. be Insensitive to storms, he AT ANY DISCOUNT HOUSE, WHOLESALER, DISTRIBUTOR -
tially relieved by Installation of Mrs. Donald A. MacLanahan added I
educational television facilities 1522 SW 14th St., ,a girl; ,

almillar to the system University recently of Mr. and Mrs..Benny Gray, 441NW Customers First PRICE WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER PURCHA'F, J. M. FIELDS WILLTAKE YOUR SET BACK AND REFUND YOUR MONEY
developed 28th Ave, a girl, Mr. anMrs. d
Florida, according to a distin- Sheldon Grossman, 104NW 2
guished Scottish educator. 39th Dr, a girl; Mr. andMrs. .LOUISVILLE (AP) Imagine Color TV prices 'were never lower..look at these fantastic 'values!!

Harry S. Wylle, visiting the Charlie Shuler, 2019 NE, Ed Carr's embarrassment
United States under the sponsorship 3rd", Pl., a girl, when he started for work and
of the Glasgow Educatl o n discovered his car was out of FREE DELIVERY WHY PAY MORE?

Committee, viewed the Univer ADMITTED' gas "
sity' remote control, closed circuit Anna Byrd, Alice C. Garcia, The service truck that made
television cameras In the Mary Mac Lanahan, Jennie L the run came from Carr'a las RCA Victor I Motorola RCA Victor K.In Yonge connection Laboratory with a School three- Grossman Shearouse,, Diane Pearl Weeks Kite, Betty, EmmaJ. M. 21"C Teble >Model'or TV $399 21"ColorComolette TV $449 21"Color TV Console. $479RCA
month tour of educational television Shuler, Charlotte'' Whitney, station.WE Brilliant .lift-Ilk color televl-l | Giont-ieretn color TV In beou- AIL the full brilliance of lift,
systems Dr. Thomas M. Brill, Pam lion In a compact, handiom chilly. ityltd contemporary likt color In a full coniol iu*
GOT 21" table maul,. pert>. style
Before returning to Glasgow, Hayhurst, Paul G. Busby, Neal eonsolett cabinet.
Wylle will observe other "sys Townsend, Albert J.' Land, all
'tems In North Carolina, New ot Gainesville; Mrs. Geraldine I

York and Chicago. Gross, Palatka Martha E. Hall, SO BIG.! Victor Motorola Emerson
Glasgow spends $70 mllll o n Williston, Pearl Owens, Mlcano- 21" Decorator 1"ColorTV '
per year for educational purposes py, Margaret Sparkman, Wal 21" Color Lowboy TV Series Color $
'CAUSE WE $499 298DON'T
529 Wth B/W 23" T.IIrad.
said With a student do. The
Wylle flrwth
color reception( It A Moitererofted cabinet with 2Irs.. or ten You mar pur- ,
of 180,000 CHARGE SO LITTLEr yours in thu handsome, modern
population pupils DISCHARGED precision-engineered color TV ctxn a labor policy for any
he estimated that the present : Lowboy console. chess, length of timt
\:, Ethel E. Rutchlns, Mrs. Sue rent a car from tQM you .
teachers In Glasgow's
39] schools 7300 are 1000 short of E.! Fort and baby girl, Barbara .CONOj -
Vaughn, Lillian\ Ward, Stuart L. *
the number needed. to Glasgow ufner, William E. Good man, j M :.=t5.Oes. WAIT
and lane Initiate to return plans for the Gall Prince, Marilyn S enterfltt, ,_J NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY MOTOROLA
Ellen Y. Mathews, Wanda Dun.ranee all. 1. All I'CIOAN
educational television
first system NO DROP CHARGITO
on a local level In Great and baby boy, Raymond JAX AIRPORT
Huckabee, Omer Hayes and
Britain. 6-3(44
Mathematics and French will baby boy, Bonnie Sanchez; OFFICI Phone AT FR MANOR MOTIL

'be The first subjects taught, Wy Evo"__Bitch Julia Worthy,
lie said I
Asked If he anticipated any
difficulties persuading Glasgow Completely Finished Qobr6L.t

teachers to accept televised education -

he replied "Something 3 BEDROOM
new Is always viewed with suspicion
but I think that we can
overcome this dlflcully.j I BRICK VENEER, HOME
""Television, of course, has ) NEW TUBE Motorola's exciting Color/43

j many faults," Wylie said, "but 5000 Down on Your Lot : ; picture Is rectangular, full bigger, with a notvral -
these can be overcome. I am t shape similar to color movie
here to learn about those faults

I and how to solve them." $ NEW SLIM CABINETS Th. cabinet
.Glasgow needs local educational 5512 Pcr Month are
television programs, Wy- ._ trim and slim a They fit closer to the wall than
ever before pouibt with large-scram color TV
\ lie said because the BBC (BritIsh -
Broadcasting Corporat I d n) Includes Principal/ and Interest ,Iam'touY'rw' sets a The new Motorola Color/c5 sets are
available In fine
, many cabinet design/ Including
has programs of an academic
nature, but they aren't geared Carport tr Utility Kitchen Exhaust Fen AtodV 23CK303A Contemporary styling with acctnton 1! decorator MIl designed by Drexeloxclu-
lively for Motorola! See them now ot J.M.Ftldil .
Room 4" trick Veneer
to our curriculum. clean, uncluttered linei Will adapt to many fund* .
:, ,Prime feature of the University's Custom built kitchen Hardwood lure styles See it now at J.M, Fields wgsss.ehse
educational television plant I Fermi*. Ceramic Tile .Lr.kln.M
I t enables students to view Individual !- Topd 65,000 BTO Oil

I and and group high actions!school of pupils elementary Ceramic I Me window ,Furnace,,1>.,.10.1 Insulation
simultaneously with their I Instructor sills 1t- Sheet rock.
and gives an opportunity 52 gal. Electric Weter throughout
Hester Aluminum Window _
for Immediate discussion of
the situations as they are reflected Windproof roof Vinyl Tile In Kitchen I II ee
on the screen. Shingles & lath

Don't Yell I MODEL OPEN DAILY 8:30 A.M. TO 7 P.M.. I J

''I Come By, Phone, ar Write
At This Guy!

PHILADELPHIA (AP) ; ... -. -- r.

Police say a motorist shot and BEEN HOMES INC. ... ,. ,,'t ........'y. ...L1-J
wounded a man who yelled at "
M all 23CK304 The! dignity of Model 23CK303- Proportion!and grace mark Moll 23CK33
and also
him The |
an elght-year-oli fmPBa'y f done c-
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temporary MySng has
boy playing nearby. Police are an unwuol I.way af Isis
still for the Moury la room) 'nutwood or Antique White In ml. handiom Matoralal See I mw at lilt with .,Wet
searching motorist I Ph. 319-5242 JAX, FLA. Cherry Mn*.rt and hardwoods fielckl many sMtngil Mahogany
Detectives said that John a JWnck tub a 274
- - incheseedeR. square
Whitney, 38, yelled at a motorist I viewing area

.Thursday down. who nearly ran him PURCHASING bmr, r

The detectives said the motor Please, HIYI a Salesman Call

let stopped, cursed at Whitney, DATE V . TIME . OHM C A.M.'oM.. SUN. NOON -'F 'oM. CHARGE IT! QUAUTY lie ....
and then opened fire, hitting . GAINESVILLE Acre Fret Parking IT AJ'I0I'lI1IfloI' !( IPEITIII 9a ""* .rs.w.a

Whitney three times A fourth I NAME . . . . . . L J. 441 NOUN M lire1 ItVO. PHONI I7-I2lf cum Kciiir DISCOUNTS M *,,. tar lore ors
:shot hit Ronald Thomas, playing MCI lueiMted. swat 1M'

about 40 feet away Whitney I ADDRESS . . .. . Phone .1
was hospitalized bi serious con
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