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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 29, 1964
Publication Date:
Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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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University of Florida
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Copyright Gainesville Pub. Co.. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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,, By FRANK CAREY, AP Science Writer \ly, mosses, lichens or algae Perhaps! microbial life
1. WASHINGTON (AP) As the Mariner 4 spacecraft speeds Q. What's the evidence for this?
'1 toward the planet Mars, here-in question and answer formla A. Primarily, It lies In seasonal color changes on the
what science knows about the "red planet"': planet's surface-suggesting some form of vegetation. Also,
Q 'Why all the Interest In lending spacecraft to Mars? Mars has an atmosphere, although a very thin one, with
Mars A. Of all the planets of the solar system, Mars holds out oxygen and water vapor being very sparse
the best promise for manned exploration: perhaps even Q. What are Mars' vital statistics\ ?
limited colonization. Also, Mars Is the best bet as the planet A. In diameter, It'a scarcely Dna half the size of the earth.
i where some form of life may already exist and Its mass-or weight-Is only about one-ninth that of the I
1X r Q. What do you mean by life"? earth.Q. .

1 1r A. The chances of there being any kind of animal life, let How far away Is It!
alone any form of Intelligent life, are generally ruled out by A. Its closest approach to the earth Is 36 million miles.
scientists. But they hedge this with the statement that Its average distance from the sun Is 144 million miles, compared
Quiz there no chance of any such life "as we know life." with the earth's 93 million
Q. What do'you mean by that? Q. How's the weather?
A. The scientists feel that if there's any form of animal or A. The temperature range! Is tremendous, In summertimeIn
higher form of life on Mars, it would have to be one capable the Martian "tropics"-where the thermometer climbs to
4 \ of existing under conditions far different from those under 80 or 90 degrees at noon-the temperature falls to well over
E1 b .M331 which life evolved and Is supported on the earth And they 100 degrees below Zero it night Wintertime temperaturesrange
j.. consider this virtually out of the question down to nearly ISO degrees below zero.
Q. What form of life la considered possible on Mars? See MARS ea Pane 74)Uw )
A. Perhaps some form of primitive vegetation-most like-

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BY JOHN W. FINNEY would have beclouded the humanitarian purpose of the rescue

WASHINGTON'- The withdrawal of a paratroop rescue mission mission. At
from the Congo before all the foreign hostages had been rescuedwas The exact number of foreigners left In rebel-held territory was No SurprisesOn
dictated by military and diplomatic considerations, State Dev unclear, partly because of the confusion of the rescue operation
partment officials explained Saturday. and partly because of the uncertainty as to how many foreignerswere CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP)
Behind the Joint United States Belgian decision to withdrawthe originally in the area. The best estimate of the State Department An interplanetary spaceship
Belgian paratroop battalion was a concern that rescue of the was that there were five Americans still In rebel terrItory named Mariner 4 hurtled toward

remaining foreigners would have Involved extended operations, In and perhaps several hundred other foreigners. Mars on a photographicand Viet: LBJ

scientific expedition Saturday
..J.... _L I I .1. ..L and the flight control center
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"K "K reported It was on a course that JOHNSON CITY Tex. (CAr) President Johnson
would enable It to pass close to cautioned Saturday against any policy of "narrow national I
I Congo Fever Spreads Embassies TargetMOSCOW the red planet next July 14 is aelf-tntermt" ,within the Atlantic Alliance and foresujv 1
; planned no dramatic change In U S, policy in South Viet Nam.

Although the gold and gleamIng _In dlscusalnff the North Atlantic Treaty Organization,
(AP) Mobs of white persons In the Congo were cow In one of the most violent police moved through billows of robot successfully executed Johnson made no direct refer \
Asian and African students killed by rebel forces. The official outbreaks witnesses by Western black smoke from the burningcar early maneuvers, it still must coed to President Charles de rope No nation. on either side of
attacked the U.S., Belgian, BritIsh Communist contention Is residents here and dispersed the mob. A clear several challenging hurdles Gaul. of France!, who Is opposed the Atlantic has done more to
and Congolese embassies that the Western explanation of A student leader told Western policeman knocked an African and survive for a record to the proposed multilateral support this purpose that the
Saturday In a destructive having to send paratroopers for newsmen that Soviet officials at down with a blow to the face 714 months !In the hostile envi- naval force. United! Stat... This support will
protest demonstration against humanitarian purposes was a first denied the students permission and then kicked! him. ronment of space before Rut In Indirect continue."
Western actions in the Congo. pretext to put down a national to hold the demonstration. The destruction-bent student achieving Its goal of Martin exploration reference! to an the apparent French president Asked whether expansion of
About 500 to 800 students from liberation movement. It was finally granted by Ministry then marched to the nearby Belgian Johnson the Viet Nam war Into Laos or
told a news conference
of Higher Education offi- embassy collecting bricks, North Viet Nam Is "live .
Moscow's Lumumba University The three-hour demonstration Mariner 4, packing a camera on the front lawn of his a peas)
smashed windows In all four ranged through downtown Mos- cials Friday after strong pressure stones and sticks along the way and a sparkling of scientific ranch near here: "The) United blllty at this time," Johnson
embassies, destroyed two from the foreign students, Again, police cordons gave Instruments rocketed States safe future for replied: "I anticipate that there
sees no
he said and the students hurled will be dramatic
Amertcan-owned automobilesand tNnlioll's way announce-
from ourselves and for other
roughed up Western spectators Most of the mob consisted of themselves at the building, Cape Kennedy atop a towering none any men! la com out of these meetIngs
Atlantic nation In a of
Atlas-Agena booster which
Yule Africans and Asians with a heaving their missiles at the except In the form of your
narrow national self Interest.
A few demonstrators broke sprinkling of Russian Young windows of the two-story, pre- surged skyward at 122 am peculations."
Into the Congolese ambassador Communist League leaders (See CONGO OB Pile 2A) EST after a perfect countdown. "One of the great aspirations Gen, Maxwell D. Taylor, V, S.
study and threw documents and Tree Ready among them.Screaming. More than seven hours later, of the Atlantic community Is tine ambassador to South Viet Nam,
office equipment Into the courtyard curses and anti- after carefully calculating aspiration toward growing unity Is horn for high-level confer-
CHESTERTOWN, NY. (AP) Western slogans, they surged Jury FindsCigarettes tracking Information on rocket among the free peoples of Cully (See JOHNSON!' en Page 1A) I
All four embassies fired off After 80 yean of seclusion In down broad Tchaikovsky Bouts and spacecraft performance,
sharp protests to the foreign the peaceful Adirondack forests! vard outside the U.S. embassy project officials reported the
ministry. They demanded pay a sturdy white spruce Is ticketed shortly after 11 a.m. S7f pound craft had been Inject. City U all Site
ment for damages. for a glittering appearance A thin cordon of 150 policemen ed Into an Interplanetary trajectory
Walter J. Stoessel Jr. ranking as the nation's 1964 Christmas Immediately gave way before Safe which, if continued, would I
U.S. diplomat In AmbassadorFoy tree on the White House !lawn In the crowd which: hurled sticks, Enough miss Man by about MOM
D. Kohler's absence com Washington D.c. stones and bottles of red and miles, They said this mill distance Plans PreviewedGood
plained that police protectionhad The 72-foot tree was cut Fri green ink a t the tightly but. MIAMI, Fla. (AP) A federal was well within the mil
been Inadequate. day as about 1,000 persons toned-up embassy. court Jury, In a landmark lion-mile correction capabilityof
He laid responsibility for the watched on a hill near this community Almost all the windows on the decision In the cigarettes-cancer a small steering motor JEAN CARVER end Avenue and NE, First
students' destructive spree of 200, north of Lake lower floors were smashed controversy, has found that cigarettes aboard the streaking vehicle hi* staff Writer Street, but have possible problems
squarely on the Russians, protesting George. As some students plasteredthe "*r. reasonably sate Mariner's project director, City officials met! la preview \ In nlut'allllllllme p rj.
"the tendentious, one. The 12-ton tree was found In fence with anti-Western protest and wholesome for human conaumpt Jack James, said that between preliminary site plans for the mary utilities trunk peel
sided treatment by the Soviet the fall of 1962 by a paper company slogans, others ripped the oo." two and 10 days after launching, new city hall Friday before the TIlt preliminary plan preview.
press of developments In the employ on a tour of the brass and steel plaque with the The decision, denying damages when! computers have figuredthe architects present turn at Mon" ed Friday showed the four.floor\
Congo which tended to Incite Adirondack. The Adirondack American eagle and great seal to the estate of Edwin M. court precisely, a station day's City Commission m e I !- building In the center of I h e
people to violence." L u mil. r m e '. Association of the U.s. government off the Green ef Miami, a heavy smoker at Gold tont, Calif., Is to tend a ln,. nearly four block site, Inchui-
The Soviet public has not been helped care for the tree. outside wall.A who died of lung cancer In radio signal to Ignite the steering Architects David Reaves aid Ing a new library on University
told that missionaries and other detachment of mounted 1957, was expected to have a motor for the proper amount Dan Brswh outlined the lit Avenue in th* southessl corner
strong effect on other pending of time to swing Mariner 4 onto work already prepared of the property (approximately
or planned litigation. a paid which would take H within They said their prellmin a r y where the Tower House Resist
Reitz Now Favors Chancellor Green widow, Mary, and his I MO miles of Mars The ms.tar plan envision" closing Second rant Is now Incited)
son, Edwin Jr., had contendedthat Is capable of being fired Street and First Avenue, adding, TIlt city ball would fare UnJ.
Green's cancer was caused again later for additional course warty an additional block to the versify Avenue and several
by smoking three packs of refinement L-shaped site bounded by Fast parking ares Incorporated I.
Under Bd of Lucky Strike cigarettes! a day the area would accommodate,
Avenue NE. Sic
Regents Setup (See MARINER. Page JA), University ,
for :10 years. They had sued the m cars, Including: 79 spaces for
American Tobacco Co.. for U S the library'I tine.

By CUr CORNIER The bin I was killed The discretion of appointing million. Isle CITY 'AI.I. ** Page U)
Sol r.duul"Writer But a chancellor under the a chancellor should remain with "This i Is welcom) newt," said
Dr. J. Wayne Rest said Friday framework of the new Board of the Board of Regents," he said.. W, P Hedrick, tobacco marketing ) Morning!
he favors having a chan- Regents which, win I supersedethe Actually, tilt change would not specialist for lilt Department .
cellor to oversee operations of old Board of Control "would be too different from lilt present Agriculture of North
the alai.'. universities, but h* be a decided improvement over organization whose chief administrative Carolina, on* of lilt Urge tobacco Around and About the News: PROOF
prefers leaving the decision the 1KO plan, and I have withdrawn officer goes by tilt title producing .totes.It .

of appointing one to the Board my objections," Beau of Executive DIrector. The post was, be .said "a good sign Aftereffects of Brits""' financial OF
of Regents. said. Is held by Dr. J. Browsed Cut- for tobacco la lilt fact of the
troufole -P 0*. Tint
The alternate plan being considered pepper. surgeon general report" on "
Cong safer heavy ..**- Page
brUIt Legislative Councils Reds said the subcommittee's lilt harmful effects of clgarttt Inrldlttr.llalilll RESULTS
7A Nation Catholics
Subcommittee on Higher action to spell out the role of smoking.
Education Is to bar tilt legislature Dr. Lawrence V, Hastings of Liturgy today-Pig .
tilt chief administrative officer M", Wide cancelled' th. ad be.oe .
make the office a ststua- comes because some feel tilt Miami, a physician and lawyer 7C. !. one. a.o nays:
tory one. present powers of tilt Board representing! he Gr_. witht -
Belts and ether Diversity 01 Control are too fuzzy and ( >* IMOKRG *a Page 24)) New residents fen to r eo'..we0 M wee -- .......
presidents presented their views should be formally: stated.Tb GamrsvllI front East and Vest .e-M.. M.M Roe-ew w r S,11.1.e..4
oa tile matter last week .in Tallahassee ; !'J aim of the aubcommltie Picture Page M 1C f,._ e.11 e.e, e.1NNe pRL
MajoreltetKilled ,
before the Commute
Reiti sad 1 II to develop Icgislatioa -
President Reitz. who opposed which win give lilt new 1
a bill I* create a chancellor .lathe Board *f Regents more flezlMlity Ry Tree ,Aeon .,..wd woe. the
OM legislature said that inline .. dun the old Board of Control wwonw wild *. ....... M #>.
wttt the changes m the MONTREAL I-4P' A U.e UtlffOm TM1"o o!r'
new had. tree Among the Old Friendt:
Board of Regents be aow favors la any caw Halts said, the blew dowa onto a group of maJnrrttts "
YOU hew .
I tit Htnt tshe.wN
having a chancellor sew Board ef Regents should be Burchmg m a Santa
C'-f.' ed could
"Th 1ft* bill made M mandatory strictly a policy board aDd tnt Claus parade Saturday and Abbey .IBn' Pool) 38 c- N taco, Wf youf "
that there be a chancel.lor an admatistratrve board."Tbe killed |.. gird In suburb Lath miberstelnMcGarvry Prtortrard Prt 38
'"I was nxMcd |* ft (Means* chancellor: would mltolerfer -. IB WeimarMOtlM Ie > .....* led muH ....
of this and aba because of the, *) with the right/ *f Mivcnrty Wads. *f JJ stiles and boor, 0PIXJ0N-.4 -.1> G.._,ii: Sun Went A de
detailed wwdmg of lilt biD.Dr. presidents to taU prob- guating to O, were blowing! TV LOTA-71 AREA NEWS. -IB yci* km kuv.
Kelts and.
RUIZ (See LUTZ M rage 14) through/ the Mootrtal area.

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.1- ,PEOPLE the NEWSBriefly. More AboutMariner : i Airlift Thousands I


both st Stanleyville and Paulis
From Page 1 I LEOPOLDVILLE\ Congo the total to 142. I Paulls, 250 miles northeast of The Belgians are expected next to'and several were hit.

(API) Belgium ind die Dnited Among the dead Stanleyville, was left undefended be back in Belgium by U.s. I In the wake of the rescue operation

James said satisfactory data States wound up their five-day American and rallying leftist rebels Wednesday, flying In the that members of M specialIcommlaslon

could be obtained if the mechanical rescue operation In the Congo In the dramatic could easily retake It Stan C130 transport planes byway on the Congo meet

YY explorer came within Saturday after delivering more cue, about 2,000 leyville, however, was held by I brought them to the Congo Island log In Nairobi, Kenya, urged an
than white hostage from the rebels the Congolese with Its, of Britain's Ascension
54,000 miles of the target planet. 2,000 tage by army emergency summit meeting ofAfrican
the murderous anger ot Chrls- out from Stanleyville white officers who helped to In the Atlantic. leaders in December to
YrR>aSI 13ft At the time of the mISS-dia-! tophe Gbcnye'v rebels. lis The rebels had seize the former rebel capital I They are due to leave Kamina deal with the Congo problem

tance announcement, Mariner 4 The complete death toll was all white hostages, Tuesday. I the big military base, Sun Most African nations are sympathetic .
was nearly (0,000 miles from not certain, but it was known: troopers struck too The Belgian paratroopers flew day. U.S. Ambassador G the rebel regime of
earth on Its outward Journey. It that at least 97 whites and' perhaps But as Belgian back to Kamina in Katanga Marine Codley and Belgian who was reported to

had been Injected Into space at hundreds of antirebel Con- in U.S. planes pulled Province, their Jumping of placefor Ambassador Count Charles Ker-1 Gboyne arrived, In Equatorial Su

a speed of 25,598 miles an hour, golese perished in the rebels' northeast Congo, at the drops at Stanleyville chove flew to Kamina to congratulate have dan. Red China the Soviet Union

but had slowed as Intended to 1- blood bath.Unconfirmed. 500 foreign nationals Tuesday and at Paulis two days the paratroopers and and other Communist nations .
547 miles as It darted farther refugee reportsof them Americans, later. At least one paratrooper the U.S. airmen for their cour-
also sympathetic to
from Its home planet. 45 other whites massacred In lieved to be In the 1 was killed and three suffered age on the rescue mission U.S.

The space agency was hopefulthat I the northeast Congo could raise There was fear for I broken legs In the Jumps. planes came under rebel fire Gbenye.

Mariner I 4 would succeed AboutCongo

where twin spacecraft, Mariner More AboutJohnson More

S, failed earlier this month 0r dress IU. MriAfM MUM

because of structural failure ol

a protective shroud. The craft >0 29 I K *

represents the last U. S. opportunity rK jTO
to probe Mars for two From Page 1encei 1 r >r ?r aiK A
From Page 1
I and will meet with Johnson -
The spacecraft was to :sip'
In Washington1 on Tuesday.
revolutionary palace.
across 325 million miles of
This has led to speculation, mounted
Two Africans the
before Its brief encounter
t space I which the White HOUM begin columned veranda holding aloft
with the which
l e planet, many trying to discourage Friday, portraits of the late Congolese
astronomers believe Is inhabited I that the United StaeU might Patrice Lumum
leftist premier,
by a basic form of life such as
make frantic shirt in
some poll- ba for whom the Moscow
: ) ,
: 'L', moss-like vegetation I cy, possibly Including the bombing school: was named, and Antoine
Mariner 4 was not designed to of Viet Cong lines. tiara
: LL Glzenga, his deputy.
jL detect life. Its Job was to gather .
< In
his first full dress news
,." wifoonon ft ar Soul information to help engineers Police tempers grew short
build future life-seeking conference since Oct. 3, Johnson +t and blows were exchanged in
capsules SneW
Back Home is touched bases In addition y.
MickeyMickey which the United Sta.ell! many x Isolated Incidents. It was apparent .

a 9-year-old Cocker Spaniel, owned by plans to land on Mars In 1969! to NATO ad Viet Nam. 0 1 10 t0 91wt1.{ ass to Western witnesses that

1\1 rill. Annie Eikman, In shown with the Eckman During a 30-minute fly-by of Even before the questioning the police were trying to avoid
the started, he defended his decU 'of fteytlwi* antagonizing the volatile stu
children In their Copenhagen home. Children are : planet before sailing past
into eternal orbit about the sion to allow U. S. planes to airlift 9igveN Skew Hi| Ixsoxteoj t1.Mal.t.g dents.
...line Elizabeth, 9, holding Jeanette, 1, and Michael, sun,
the mechanical marvel was to Belgian paratroopers to rescue r On shouted orders from student
:4. Dog was lout In Copenhagen and found by police dk.5d+ C.Myh leNl hNSaM
.who temporarily befuddled by animal's tag. It map 22 television pictures and hostages of Congolese rebels leaders, the crowd surged
Tarried were Salt lake City Utah, identification. Police Its electronic eyes were to scan In Stanleyville. WEATHER Showers are forecast for parts of the south Atlantic !through the narrow streets of
a ,
"We acted and we acted and northwest. Snow Is expected from the upper Lakes
for coast the
scientific secrets such as diplomatic neighborhood
Eckman who recently
traced the dog to !
finally ;
promptly in order to keep also over the Rockies and central Plains. The and the Moscow
returned from Salt Lake City after living there 4year. magnetic field strength, radiation through across River
.. Intensity and mlcrometeorold hundreds and even thousands of southern Plains Mississippi valley will be warmer. Kamenny (stone) Bridge to the

frequency. people from being massacred," British embassy on the river

''I LAG TOUGH The pictures could ahow more he said. "'And we did act in \V Roundup bituarte embankment directly across

clearly Mars' mysterious "ca- time from the Kremlin.

?. David K. Grinwls of Maple- r r tals' and other puxzling surface He announced that the paratroop I F., Iuasr.l, .rr rgeMMfb .m NMrr Inside the embassy chancery

-wood, N. J., U. S. vice consulin atures. Experts estimated force that moved into -- A inks' 1ft 55,15155.' Lady Trevelyan, wife of the

Stanleyville they might clearly show objectsthe Stanleyville will be moved out : B MRS. DICY PURVIS British ambassador, Sir Hum

who was yea.cued size of a mile. Saturday night to Ascension Island tweet. Mrs. Dlcy B. Purvis, (3, phrey Trevelyan, helped supervise .

from the r Each picture would require In the South Atlantic.He .. Alma, Ga, died Saturday dur- embassy kindergarten children

Congo rebels, nearly nine hours to transmit to said this country has no c log a visit with her son In who had been placed in
told newsmen earth will be stored political goals to Impose on the ZONES _._ ..
so they on .. Gainesville. one room.
> Portly cloudy .
l at the BtateDepartment magnetic tape and relayed after Congo, and acted out of purely .._ ltd "'ndl'01'''''''. / Survivors include her husband

"' In Mariner passes Mars. humanitarian motives. I BCD, .., Ellis M. Purvis of Al- Gas
WashingtonA Russia! launched the only previously Johnvin! said he had wired the Sunday with I ..t-;, n- ma; three sons, Jack Purvis Suspected
that hU captors announced Mars probe families of the three Americans uppers 60s. p ,
of Gainesville, E. W. Purvis of
tried ''to force before Mariner 3. That was killed by the Congo rebels "my 12 to 20 miles per E .... Clearnfont, Fla and John F. Thieves NabbedCity

him and othersto Mars 1, which the Soviets admitted great sympathy for them In this creasing .:,. Purvis of Corpus christi,
eat the radio contact with hour : P Partly chHidv to : and county lawmen
losing -
with tan ohoworl Tex.; two brothers, Reppard
.American flag, 'but "It was before It was hallway to its destination On a variety of other subjects, touthonf ond. mitll w I and Ira Bratcher both of with an assist from the Alachua

made of 'too durable material" In 1962. Johnson had this to say: "V-Tportiy cloudy .. Jacksonville four sisters Police Department teamedup
; ,
Mars comes Into range as i J. EDGAR HOOVER Asked doy M, loutlwnl with local ond tr oworo u"l; warr.nty"I; ; H.' I Mrs. Grace Stewart and Mrs. early Saturday morning to

launching target only one month whether h. feels FBI DirectorHoover' II H mlM I _par Portly hour cloudy Madie Stewart, both of Jacksonllle apprehend four Cocoa Beach
out of 25 and won't be In post usefulness has been H toultwiit ono Huth .tin wr Mrs. Mary Purvis men suspected of stealing gas
tlon until December 1966 because of the controversial II ",II.. par hour from S.
Glenn W. FerguMa has again impaired J Portly, cloudy 5" of Alma and Mrs. Sarah Mar- the Holiday Inn on U.
The United States scheduled two statements he has made and mutt wad It to '' ar.wi n90"or
been tin of Atlanta
appointed by President hour Ga; 10 grand 441.Held
M director of Volimteers hi Identical launchlngs In the about Dr. Martin Luther King K :. Portly cloudy ..... GAINESVILLE WEATHER children. for Investigation pet-

Service In America (VISTA). present opportune period to provide Jr., the Warren Commission { I :::: SLUT.TuMFasonuenu.see. twin' w''.. Temperature reading!! at ty larceny were William T.

A veteran of the Peace C'
program, Ferguson 'will be I the challenging assignment said, "We have Individuals from XI" : High, 79 at 1 p,m.; low 50 at From Page O 1 Douglas A. Vito, all aged 17,

i v+ reiponsible for recruit lag, time to time that give their T.JIdtotll.".. 1 '.m. Rainfall, 27 Inches. and Robert R. Ross, II.i .
1pu Mariner 3 shot Into space on views In various situations" Oil., a ALMANAC i The youths were arrested by
training/ and directing about Now 0,..... I N Hall
3,300 volunteers to work In 'Nov. S, but structural failure of Specifically, he said both ....... luniol fodoy tomorrow M7 .F mMoonrlw City Alachua city officers after lo-
To r a protective aerodynamic, Hoover and King< "hav exercised lie.. V.rtI. tomorrow S.. I,mTho cal authorities broadcast a description -
the domestic war on poverty' W.III''.'''' M ,,_.. Morcury now ooout Vmillion
shroud ruined the mission. A their freedom of speech on Chlcngo mlloo from .... forth, lo male. Commissioners expressed con- of the car believed Involved .
fragrant K..... City .._..... sea
M ovohlng -
strengthened shroud, made of occasion, adding: "My problem ,.. Worth Inf' ..... II meant bo found tow IIItho cern over an estimated $100,000 In the gasoline theft

{M HIGH HOPES magnesium Instead of fiber is to try to prevent the IN III"'Angoioi. .. _"'w... Ohorlly KIV, after TIOII wow. figure for moving utilities lines, They were held In the city jail

u glass honeycomb, was developed strong divisions that could come aeelsnn .' o....... -O550' .5 11:01 ...... esa including a main telephone duct pending further investigation.
N Chancellor U4wlg Erhard for Saturday's shot and It to pass from time to time, \Instead 'lea. I ro Gulp IS lass, ..,..'UM'....., ,N..N.. pm. u. It d." em. end 155w01d. and asked the architects to ex-

says he expects a new initiative worked perfectly, of provoke them. I would plore this with Southern Bell I I
cm Germany from the Western Mariner 3 now Is In \lifeless hope that this would not degen- officials

Allies--the United States, Britain orbit about the sun. erate Into a battle of personalities More ) Reaves explained that the 1-

and France-hi the coming ." plans could be revised so t h e

The naked body of Margaret year.He spoke Friday to a closed More About Hoover Johnson"has volunteered been diligent that and city hall building did not Interfere
with the
lines if
MrGowan, U, WM found telephone
session his rather effective" In the field of
joint of Christian
U.ll ,butted la a puking lot the cost of relocating them Is CIAP.K, MM. JOHNIC MAS Punoroloorvkoo ,
civil and "I would
Democratic party's National Reitz rights, From Page 1 prohibitive. for M.. e''.... ooo II, cook.
Iii Uadoa's Kentingloa ara Committee and the that In the months ahead he will oo hold ot I PM on _...
party's .
: She was strangled. As Franres. par Mayor Howard McKinney said Novombor :n IM4 M Port Clork lop.nil
liamentary faction. Highlights would have further evidence of held a decision on of the purity of Its product made Church miss' .... Tony 0 OHIO.
Brown the evidence h. opposed closing Second ,
gave the outstanding capacity of Ills conduction tho Slc.t. urlol will bo
for defense In trial la.year of his speech were reported later From Page 1 people" appeal the case until I It responsible for smoklng's con Street "not violently" but he M Port of Clort,Hughoo Comotory ft Choitnut wMor'u tin_01roctlon .-,

thai convicted osteopath Stephen by party members BUDGET- He said he Is not exhaustive study of sequences.Dr. would object violently U the extra Homo Mr*. ClOrk.. who fives 01 OM
N. ,
W. tm Avo Oolnoovlllo. dM' No-
Ward of running a vice Speaking on a whole range of ems directly before the Board certain the budget for the fiscal record I Thomas J. Moran of Dan 1100,000 were needed. ........, n Ito4 M homo ottor krlotllmno. .

ring and broke the John Pro- International problems affecting of Regents The authority of the year starting next July 1 can be But Hastings vUle, Va, testified that the Although the preliminary I i 15. toil Clark wokullo woo Co.torn. '1.on.. July....
fume scandal wide opta. Her West Germany, Erhard told billion. He said Is unknown and plans call for a four-story buildIng hod llnd Hi Oolnnvlllo lor 14 yooro.Mro. .
board ahould be such that IU kept under $100 an eventual verdict cause of cancer C,.... woo nwnftor of Port
strangling wan the itxia in party members he also expect actions are not questioned whenIt requests from departments and rette smoking does that cancer starting In the liver with a service basement, I Cork Soptlit, Chunn.MAP.P.II .

West London In a year new talks soon on political unification delegates certain authorities agencies total about 1109 bil cancer "Is Inevitable I or some other place could be the architects said an additional MM MAIV Punorol was
of the six Common Mar In the bloodstream koo for M... MaMas ooo ol. will bo
to the universities. I lion.STEEL "The right carried to the lungs floor may be desired for a com- i hold of I.M P.M tundoy. Novombor
QUIZZED ket countries France, Italy, Appointment of the new nine- -He said he Is lookIng forthcoming he said mission meeting room. Plans fora 10 rH4 o< ':hopol AMIChurch ..
wllfl I
1. mow
Sr/mte Investigators have Went Germany, Belgium, the member Board of Regents has forward to a settlement between the health of the Civil Defense emergency operations I .... woo,. turlol will ko con.ductlnoj M
.. ...
had a talk with Insurance man Netherlands and Luxembourg now reached an Impasse between labor and management"that stake. Some day, center are also b e1 ng I Auorry C.I .4'-Clwotnvt r WMMr Pwiorol. dlroctlonof HomoMro. .

Don t. RrymU In preparationfor Gov. Farris Bryant and will contribute to contin- manufacturers will be Misses Dog, considered.The I old. .=., who, llvod of Hlonlvrlnoi.owlnf .
12. Hu u N.m bi
the reopening< of the Bobby VIET TALKAmbasftidor Gov.-el.ct. Ilaydon Bums The ued stability and steel prices. make a safe clgarettt capital Improvemen I MIU, Illnot.ilr... HorrM *oo
Bilker this week. two mom have failed to agree In essence, Johnson feels any bond Issue mil .se 1ft July IM lit Alaol5 FlM .
hearings Maxwell D. Hastings said such Cur designated $15s I sueLN III else" "" .... fir My
witness In the on the composition of the board. wage Increase should be within Flips ..O.NOseu.
,Reynolds, a key Tiy>or conferred with Secretary will\ be difficult to gel lion for the new city hall Including -
Since the new law became an the limits of the Industry to absorb _
earlier& hearings ton of State Dean Rusk ..ndfft'Telal'J property, and 1250,000 ass. AOILL N. False
"A number of .
'I amendment to the State Constitution without Increasing steel good A 20 year-old motorist sustained IS NnkN M Mn. ........ .0. 51.saNwla .
the busineis RobertS. for Officials
of Defense were smokers," he a new library will lie Mia ot 1.. m.on .
activities of the McNamara Saturday In the on November 9, the dayit prices. minor Injuries Fridaynight have also said $175,000 Is avail- -., Nov Jf. ItUo ot Now Ink
finding that lo loottit Churcfi ....
with Oooroo
was approved by the voters, CABINET He said he e* when his car flipped after Fault .
able federal
former Senate second day of the administrations In matching funds conduclkw tho oorvWoo.direction lw
the duty of appointing the members pects changes In his Cabinet harmful would make he swerved to avoid a dog .Ie wi.. M lit ......._ IM
for the
employe, spent library .
review of PunMmon
current on Mmhoo Choitno -
policy them to Justify their
2', hours Friday s falls on Gov. Bryant. from time to time. A good many Michael W Price SOU NW The only city commlsslo net ".. _. 11II... 0.15. min 0551 ,5
Viet Nam smoking to I _
I dlod II. IN4 e55051
However Burns contends that to stay
men came expecting at Ala-
k 2nd Ave was treated _
being" questioned State Department officials "And a absent from Friday's study session ISMw. U Mro. MOOOMoo
since the must be three four "their born Rxovillo.KIIITtO. .
appointments or years General Hospital and released on July I. 101J m
by the continued te decline comment I decide 'Why give a chug was Byron Winn. Ow Mrs. ... O 50.5.1 I OIl
Senate and time has out"Johnson
approved by the already run
staff ef the Senate following the Those Included Commissioners OM Orwe M. I. CMNe,
the dimensions, which are smoker who knew he present
on that will not come about until gave no indication as which occurred near the Inter- _
Rules Coin' Ml M. P er.ve1. we.
expected to Include a survey the legislature convenes and he t to who might be the first to go ging In a section of NW J4th St. and 21st McKinney, koo tor Mr. ._. ooo M ronrodochool
mittee. habit and who Turlington and Richardson 1 tMchor win to hold oo t P '".
of the and cons of expanding -
pros Is then governor he should have but took the occasion to announce on ounooy, N.w.w5r 10 ...* it Or-
Len. e i P. Rey..lde the campaign againstthe final on the membership of that Robert V. ROOM bles on himself Ave.After ; Utilities Director John Kel- ll C--.. *00M mini
say ..
McLendon, special counsel I to Reds.ISKAELTKir. the board. undersecretary of the Treasuryfor A previous trial I missing the dog Price ley; Planning Director David *0 Itntto PvKorol COMuCttxf Momo of Iho wmilton WrMCOO.nou Ie.

tine committee, declined to say The new law specifies that monetary affairs Is resigning hat smoking< was a lost control of the vehicle and Godschalk: : Finance Officer .Choroo of trronomonto. Ml. Kotolor -
o ootlv of o4 dloduowmly
what Reynolds was questioned initially, the regents will all\I to return to private \Indus Green's death. But It I it rolled over once onto the left Clarence O''ieill: ; City Attorney .. w PoftMM.OoMjloo.ass ml Thw>
.about but said he had provided be appointed on the same date try no damages to his side of the road Osee Fagan; and City Manager .. Nomraor M .,....

Sen. George A. Smothers but for staggered terms ranging LEGISLATIVE PROGRAM cause It said the In addition to Injuries Price Bill Green. 1I0..1ON.. M." nan :FmweMvkN
.asents. N. M's. _
will leave for Israel Sunday to. from one to nine years. The The President said medical' pany did not know suffered an estimated 11,000 loss It II M -... _m11YM A.

'Reynolds was accompanied officiate at the ground breakIng staggered appointments would care, aid for the depressed Appalachian hat cigarettes might In damage to his ear as the net A n to SniperFires ---C- 5015 M w M.SLNr* M

"by Son John J. Williams, R- ceremonies for a vocational prevent any one governor from area, area redevelopment cer. result of his humanitarian: act C-_. ... Muffles IS Ow.Goinesite .

:Pct, who helped force the newfound school near Haifa appointing a majority of the' and Immigration bills\ Later, an appeals Police filed m charges against Flees --
of hearings by charging The school In the Mediterranean the legislative dered a new trial him.
board, theoretically freeing the will be high on City police today are seeking
in a Senate speech that Reynolds city of Acre, is the first of members of political manipulation. program early In the next Con- ida Supreme Court : Price's auto wasn't equippedwith JM identity of a "sniper" who ; Sun

channeled a tAWO kick M to be constructed In a five- gress. company's "implied teat belts. fired at a passing car Friday Pubhihed anonN1ps txctpt
back from contractor Matthew year, $57 million program by --- --- -- --- ___ Its windshield So luOdar, end Sunday i or.
morning, shattering
J. McCloskey to Baker for the the Israel Education Fund. The 5595 spbe PS* Co.rno.lllo fub-

1960 Kennedy-Johnson election achool: will train Immigrantsfrom and spraying a passenger 2nd l- 'loco Company, ot. 101 SC
I with glass fragments. FlorKJo
Africa and Asia. Mail Beat end
campaign Early; Holiday Jack Scarborough 1904 NW aw5rw new ot 515 pat second Office'claM otciteuurioM

12th Ter., told officers he was 6o+naall4. ib.ido,
. Johnson liven 1916 Fire Truck Early mailing ZIP codes and careful wrapping is the Wrap an parcels securely, pack the contents tightly and driving to the 100 block of NW

formula prescribed for Gainesville residents loping to Include the address Inside the package as well as e e i.aide. 1Mb Ave. when a single shot CAUIIR. IATTJ ir

JOIINSON CITY, T'I. (API) presented by citizens of Brady, avoid the annual holiday mail Jam. Otherwise, Pumen warned packages with loose hit the windshield. The fly, a I "0'* MAILs

Prealdent Johnson got nil I'I about M miles west of here. Postmaster Paige Pinnell, predicting this year's Christmas wrapping could be misplaced. glass slightly Injured Us wife I':.: ; l,

early Christmas present Saturday Mayor John Rudder told a rush win hit I new high, Issued the following mailing who was sitting la the right All g iene alwezde
b major
red that Johnson has According to PuunO. faulty wrapping alas I front ,..
-a shiny fire engine of reporter lots of Ups: seat .4 III .
19lt vintage. He rang the big friends In the town and "We Shop and mail early. "Without the assistance of tie cause of damage.In Police speculated the shot was 0.:= .. fiw.w NF"M

loud bell and gave the machine thought he would like this for public we'll be in a real Jam. Those who shop and Mail addition to mailing tips, Punelt advised only three i Bred from a B3 or pellet lUll .
a thorough going over, obviously tours of the ranch" The fire- early will make It possible for the mail to be deliveredon holiday mailing stations will be available this year the They searched a heavily wooded .... ..

pleated with the gift engine Is equipped for the task time" PinnrU added. main Post Office at 401 SE 1st Ave. the University Station I area near the scene but _I I t..,.+w4 b1 waa-::

The fire engine. stenciled In with cushioned seats along the Use ZIP cedes designed to aid In speedy handling and' at lOO JiVf 1st Ave. and the Belk Lindsey Station were usable to find the mark l lnan. --- r anise .. w .411..-r

yellow, 'LBJ Ranch," was (Inside of the truck's bed. ells tr Ibu tioII. at 1303 N. Main St. j Itv.rra..=

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/ Security ,. '. .'... -.'... .-j.o: :J." ..' ,-' ..,.:\: .;.-;:} .if'-- -,. ,1IiJ.". -. "" '-J.t.1,: "/,

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I Tight ForPope's .TM -

ry ,. ;'" .. Srokery ,rt
COPELAND 1 T 1t;,:
,, rm
Trip iEl =II DRIED-- .';; ,,, I 'U'" W D) Spinach
iii : ? (REGULAR 29<) J
Elaborate 303
security arrangements -
ifE o I'' (REGULAR 33<)
to protect Pope Paul VI '
from the moment he leaves the a' '' CHIPPED HAM Honey Pod
Vatican for India until his return :!:., iij i (REGULAR JJ11) f.l
were let in motion Satur ,1 NIPPY BEEF Pea
day. !:,( (REGULAR 33,) "- i
Italian, Vatican and Indian II 303 Con
= ;iii CORNED BEEF \
authorities made It clear they !! .,.
are taking every precaution = YOUR CHOice Srokely CS GoldCorn
?;;:: :;?;;: j r'
during the Pope's trip to Bom
baythe longest Journey ever PKO 19 .

undertaken Newsmen by and a pontiff.others travelIng h .i.ilt iil ,,4I,!?=?!lHl l il si, iii =u=i.u. C2/39'
I 303
Rome to Bombay next wedne.1 wrrsxa..o..ira.ewrr1' ... .M )Mi, y Stokely Cut Green
/ day were told they must
their luggage, with keys, a day NEW .,. CRACKIN': GOOD SWEET OR BUTTERMILK BeansV4Can .
In advance.
"This is a security arrangement Biscuits 1S.Count Can lOse 33
," said an official. "We are .z .
taking no chances on any hidden I
objects." ASTOR FROZEN t -: Stokely Med. GreenOrange

It was obvious what he meant Limas
by objects. Juice 2c.99VALHSINS : /
The Pope ii traveling on a 25 t
regular airline Jot flight that Is FROZEN POTATOES 303 Con J
open to nonofficial passengers )' '
approved by security author. -' Ausrex Beef I
ities. French Fries 5 & 99 Stew y

Vatican gendarmerie officials
already were In India, sending REGULAR 27< DIXIE DARLING SHOWN 'N SERVE '
back reports that they and In. 300) Can 3 7

Hindu dian possible authorities neasuresln extremist were the taking agitation light all of Twin Rolls. 2 ;2t.kps: 491 P 0 R K LOIN Austex-w/Beans s

against the Pope and the Inter REGULAR \\9t DIXIE DARLING BUTTERM Chili i I I
national Eucharistic Congresshe b i ((7-RIB CUB) | (9-INCH LOIN CUT) *
will attend. Loaf Bread 2Loav ,331 CO
24-cr. Can JJPuss
"Frankly, we are more wor- *
ried about security In India than
we were In the Holy Land,"said 'N'Booti
a Vatican officer, referring to .... i
LB. LB. Cat Food
Pope January.Paula trip to Palestinelast .. .'' 39? 49 ?

The 67-year-old spiritual leader No. 1 Can 3/45
of half a billion Roman Catholics -
will leave for Bombay before a
Puss 'N Boots Meat
dawn Wednesday and reach QUARTER PORK LOIN SLICED INTO
the Indian city before dusk. Her !!I Cat Food
will return to Rome late Saturday
afternoon. IJ 'Pork Chops. LL 59 15Y4-oz. 349'Can

Man St. Augustine Denies \ lb. 39 I 1 PkRoast.;; LL 39; *Blackburn Syrup 5 Jar 59 Made I

lIe's in Klan ... IlIGUL.\t 59' .ok.t ..
,, N Plastic

! Winter ST.AUGUSTINE of St. Augustine(AP-W.), Identified J. -..IL __II_,, RES. 39.. ASTOR PRUNE Clorox
In an Associated Press dispatch
as a Ku Klux Klan member s .. Juice 3"$1.RES. 11...,'. 39'w
said he Is not and
6/490 CHEK CANNED SOFT --r '
never has been a Klan member. $ Plastic
Winter,who says he Is a member l Post ToastiesCORN .1-1 Drinks 15 one- 1. Clorox : :
of the Citizens Council, was
one of a number of persons who .. .. '
attended a Nov 19 meeting of Quart

the Executive St. Johns Committee.County!Democratic ..- .11f4.. =

Winter said they attended the .. White
session to find out what the PILLSBURY 11 AuroraPANCAKE
committee was doing. He said HEINZ
the committee was meeting MIX' if 1 Gj A 2 RON 29'
without notice without a quo 1
rum, and that !It had failed to 4 KETCHUP
IIGULAt 1" \ ,,
make public a statement on howit II Nestles Cl+-Strawberry

The spent committee party funds.chairman, F. 1 6-ox. .. '"' .n \ Quik i

A Hulcl, accused the group of 'KG: 1 O'L -. ._ 14-oz. *
trying committee's!! to Invade meetings.and disrupt Ho com the \ .. ; BOT. 18.1 -- 45

plained to State Democratic 1$ 4 t Nestles Chocolate
Warren Goodrich and ak. REGULAR 21. .
said Goodrich had promised to v f .... 4.e ? THRIFTY MAID 1ooRNEi RtGUUR 25. Q U I k

ask the attorney general to In o Beef 3 'c: 1. ,
vestigate. ... .4 I 2 Lb,. 79'

U. S. Justice 'Y.qr.Qmt. Brach Swedish
Stays ExecutionOf Kisses

Floridian 9.0. 29'

soldier and his buddyconvicted 1 Brach ChocolateRipples
In the 1961 slaying of a
railroad worker In Kansas-
were granted a stay of execu
tion by Justice Byron R. Whiteof ii,,. 39'
the U.S. Supreme Court Fri
day.Without the stay, George R. '"' Brach Lemon

York of Jacksonville and James DropsJellies
Latham were to be hanged in
the Kansas State Penitentiarynext 29
Wednesday. The stay, to
remain in effect until a new appeal -
came after the Supreme + Broch Big' Ben
Court denied three hearings to 1
the pair
Their counsel,In the latest appeal
questioned if the con ic-c. 29'I
demned of I
men were deprived Tr VAIUa STAMPS I I sTAMI3
effective aid of an attorney after .r. ..,. .: TOP.VAWI:.....: Brach Nut
their arrest. Efforts of the "".
counsel to obtain a writ of habeas Pmh WbreenNe Goodies
corpus was denied by a { :\\\NrH\\ NfMV......-NttrN.. ,,.. Corn 10 1 49 ,/
US. Circuit Court In Denver Eo rs T- a *-cz. 29
last Friday. I EXTRA I I EXTRA
Latham and York were con- TOLYA tU" T011f fllUi tL"iredwrhi N.wCrl Lock Saltines
victed in the slaying of Otto
Zelgler near Wallace, Kan. 3ri.. :;i; FRESH TENDER YOUNG POLE Zesta

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U. S.-Frcnch 29'

Talks to Start EXTRA I I EXTRA
PARIS (AP) u.s. Undersecretary -
i :i"i
of State George W.
Ball arrived here Saturday fur \ APPI.n1M1nr..r 1e. { ..............e.iON .....
..... .
talks on the Atlantic alliance '0. 3 5'
Ban will meet with French !
Foreign Minister Maurice ,
Couve de Murville next week in
the first high-level! contact between _: scI:

High presidential officials among French since elections the and the likely American American Nov.subject 1 The Smart Place To Go... Fof Good Things To Eat

for discussion ire nuclear questions
of the North Atlantic Treaty -
Organization and the European
Common Market.

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: r&.."' ._._.,_ __ ._ ._ ...... _....,.. i f. r Sunday, November 29.1964_ GatncivilU I Sun 5A'
-'- -

United Fund Follow-Up Drive PlannedA Draft WASHINGTON Down(AP) The .

January draft can for the ArmyIs
for 3,400 men. That's down .
from the December call of 7,800
new "follow up" divisionof be In charge of completing the Ben Samuels, John Baldwin,I ant curator In entomology at jes as president of the Gainesville Weems and his wife have men and brings!! to 3,010,350 the
the United Fund headed by final details of the IT drive Charlie Denny in. Dr. Irving the Florida Sttte Museum In Boys' Club, Florida Chi four children and live at 2100 total of men drafted line September
Dr. Howard V. Weems Jr. has for $160,000 for Its 14 member, Weintraub, Jim Wunderl i c h, the Seagle Building, has degrees -. 1950.
Phi Assn., statistician for the NE!: 6th Terr.
been anntynced by UF Chair- agencies I James H. "Bill" Campbell, Dr. from Emory University,
Gainesville\ Quarterback Club,
man Keith Austin. Austin also appointed 10 lieu-' Harry Warfel, Rev. Thomas the University of Florida and Some bugs, among them the
Gainesville Tip-Off Club, Methodist ,
Weems, an entomologist with tenants to help with the to Mitchell Adrayn Keel and T. Ohio State University. A "Tenneure Walking Horn'chinch bug. produce an antic
Men's Club and Is Master
J. Haww. I National Celebration" is held freeze chemical that keeps then/
Florida Apiculture Dept low-up campaign.. 1-1' H* I Is a past president of the Mason and member of Blue the first week of September each internal organs from turning U
w ,Division of Plant-Industry, will- ._Those appointed were_ -Weems,-who Is also assist Exchange Club currently terv- Lodge In Sebring. year at Shelbyville, Tenn. (ice In winter.1flpen .

DeadlineFor.WEEMS.-. RQElUCKANDCOf - -Every-- Night'-- 'til- 9 pm


The last day of the city's first Bm 23-inch Protect Your
month four per cent tax discount -k.
TV With A
Is Monday, City Finance
Officer Clarence O'Neill re- t ShAHS
weekend.minded taxpayers over the ') ((23-in. diagonal, 282-iq., viewing oreo)

Taxpayers who pay their t Scrvi cc
city taxes next month will get
only a three per cent discount, i Console TV Contract
he explained.The ,
final deadline for pay- _3 t_ rr se' Mw eiN..fel.
Ing city taxes Is April 1.
The finance office mailed approximately k ./e.llry H, mwlM>M TV
bills m f .nN-wIA h N.M.r pllre
18,000 tax In ti 7 @f Fr

November.The city'. aggregate tax total L Lay-A.Way Now

this year b $1.5 million with il I $1 : ; Fer Only
$128,000 needed for bond interest j
and $13 million for general For Christmas Pennies A Day

ONelll government.said Friday he had wars wlM ...... N'. -f
not totaled the number of bills ,,-,$, _. No Trade-In Required _IVP wvf1 Mnrin.,M.... .AiH.....UbmniM. laN *NMtt.t
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special guests, ceremony alumni and current by 5&iS "t" .p."' : 'l! ... < .. ref'

members on the University of

Florida.Dr.. Delton. L. Scudder, headof S41..0n Chairs H: 'J
the University' religion department SAVE Reclining = :
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member for the part he y
played In directing the fundraising ,
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years. Dr. Scudder gave the / -sin Soft-Touch Vinyl
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housemother Mrs. Mary W. Ap- $
pie moved In on Oct. 2 this i
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Chapter. i + : Chriettrfais
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Gainesville/ Sun _
Sunday November 29, 1964 .
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u OF

Where Was


JOHN .. MAMIION presldrof, and ..,
PuMMnr, PAT coWLil. vl..rowsfON The GOP?
Florida's. Deautiful -; 10 VI.. '...1....* e" ;
I h. I ... es...,1.. !..!*, W. .. Sill
rUnIversity City' L t:11 .....OL., Ylc. prniluit, ant A.
I ""tlal.. Dlrtcltr,
VIM rrn,trt alt CI..III,,, M........ By RALPH McGill By WILLIAM BUCKLEY, JR. .
,,,. I the Court of Small Claims In
pulls' ? wimlnf' PuMltlur I found myself recently at
d I THE SUN'S POLICY OMe Attests, (ee.) c..m.".. T, ? New York, and recommend to my fellow man at least one
such a visit a year In order to remind ourselves of the very
1. Report Kit news fully W Impartially In the hews columns.' A At. special nature of the little tyrannies of some of the little men
I 2. Express the opinions of the Sun I In tut In MoralityOf
only -editorials. r who wear official vestments. But hearken to the experienceof
I ,3. Publish ell sides of Important controversial issue..
: Mr. Goldberg.The .
b The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 gentleman arrived ten minutes after His Honor, a
OurSociety N order. Several
v 'I salty Judge-polltician, had called the mob to
hundred were there to plead their cases (limit, $300)) before
l the bar. The ritual, in New York as elsewhere, calls for read
1tP ing out loud the names of the plaintiffs. Upon stutteringout
1tti their presence In the room, they became a part of the
ti "A minimum housing code roster whose complaints are heard and adjudicated.MR. .

II With the, election now well GOLDBERG, arrived late, breathlessly, a young man
is unnecessary" behind us, and the Goldwater with half-inch thick glasses, open-mouthed rumpled clothes,
revolution busily devouring no tie, disarranged hair. He moved shyly to the railing,
IItI its own litter in the mannerof clutching a piece of white paper in his right hand and ,
tIo all revolutions, struggling to focus his clearly Inadequate eyes on some friendly
MAYOR HOWARD MCKINNEYOn it may be possible to discuss object who might answer the question he had to put.
b rationally the campaign t tiI" a'tiC. An S. S. type policeman, officer of the court, descended upon I
charges of national moral A Mr. Goldberg and shouted at him to take a seat. "I Just I
August 5, 1961 decline. Unhappily, this Indictment '" F-- want to ask a question, officer ," The Beadle In Oliver I

was never defined, Twist could not have shown

0s save In already weary A WHOLE OR FRACTURED ALLIANCE? more affronted pain than the
S. S. officer at this
charges chiefly about Billie impudence 'I
Sol Estes and Bobby Baker. : he bellowed at him

I Senator Goldwater said early again to take a seat, which .
b in the campaign that there Odd Man Out Mr. G did. .
was corn e "Ihaven't
d *Ea wrong. It took him about ten min-.
put finger it
P my on utes to revive his cousage to-
i yet, he said.NEITHER .
approach the railing 0
I r" BILUE SOL nor G New fork Ittnn no longer reason to preservethis France concedes 97 per cent again clutching hit tailsmMic -t

a Bobby Baker makes us proud. BY C. L. SULZBERGER situation. of Western strategic weapons little piece of white pa-
They are a product of our PARIS Existing differences While gnawing away at ev are American and subject to per, and extending his other'
society In which the shrewd between France and ery aspect of NATO integration the U.S. president. Britain's hand pitifully to the police
r and clever entrepreneur with other NATO partners could they refuse to present a prime minister although Har- man, beseeching with h 1 II.
Influence and "connections" conceivably be papered over French plan for Alliance reform tiny stock stays under I its eyes and manner the answer,
can pyramid borrow I n 'I, by careful diplomacy but ; yet by their own actions : old Wilson talks of pooling it to just a single question. All

J sales, transfers, and prof I 111 they cannot, be resolved. Issues they unilaterally change in NATO. this took place within,, say......
Into great riches and be ad brought to a head by NATO. France maintains an When Pope Pius IX de- ten feet of His Honpr, ..the.

mired. These charming fellows our project for a multilateral "expeditionary force" in Germany creed Papal infallibility, Lord friend of the weak and oppressed -
d. 44 almost always Involve a nuclear fleet (M,LF.) are as well as a French Action remarked "If the ; who i ignored the
Gf r' number of innocent persons not really capable of compromise army In France and a French Pope wishes to change his religion scene, and continued to drone '.
Gt who are soft touches' for because, apart from nuclear force available to that is his affair. I see out the list of cases pending.

charm, especially that charm President De Gaulle's refusalto community defense under no reason to change mine I ." '
that seems "accepted. It Is accept United States military De Gaulle's sole control. That is De Gaulle's nuclear THE POLICE officer reared
only when the precariously views he spurns Atlan- But France has reduced con- view. He doesn' Intend to sub- up and seemed almost ready-
balanced pyramid com es tic political Integration.The ventional strength to find I mit France's miniature A- to strike Mr. Goldberg ,(.o.r '
ff f crashing' down, exposing all French view of M.L.F, money for investment In Its force to foreign control, what his audacity at approach g
f the elements that go to make resembles that of M o rocco's atomic arsenal. De Gaulle has ever Britain does. anyone so Important as himself .
fj up "connections," such as call late King Mohammed V who, successively: Withdrawn French strategists argue with a mere question. Mr.
j girls, that we become affront when Invited to visit U. S. France's and all but a Goldberg sat down of course,. *
navy will have sufficient i
Location: Within the city limits of Gainesville. Number of rooms, : 6. Number they
but would believe it
., ..
air bases in his you ,
ed.The country, re- fraction of his air force from
strength to tear off enemy's -
of occupants 10. No piped In water or indoor plumbing at all. Biggest an
deeds of the socalled screwed up his thrice
plied he knew of no such NATO command reduced to courage
and this is deterrent
room: 9 feet by 12 feet. Note the outdoor for Note arm -
grate cooking. the
] open U. S. "Robber Barons" attained bases; they had been built 10 per cent of his army the enough because It could more, the interval increasingeach
sag of the house on foundation. stature with the Incredible without his approval. France gound troops left in NATO, trigger off the massive U. S. time, in an effort to elicit .
corruption, sales of Influence an answer to his question.
pretends to know nothing I banned non French nuclear arsenal. Nevertheless if this
and brazen graft in about MLF. It has been weapons from France, refus- accords with French national But," said Mt:, Goldberg
1 1st of n Series the Grant administration. We discussed In a special NATO ed NATO'II962 atomic guidelines ism, it doesn't accord with In a final spurt of boldgess,
p did not even match It with subcommittee I which the ignored a Western European French talk of "European" "your honor, I just want,to
the corrupt practices and uses ask one question ," He.
French have refused to join Union treaty obligation defense. It offers nothing to
= -- of influence in the Hard In g and not In the Alliance to submit levels of nu- France's special ally Germany might as well said he wantedto :
administration, though we detonate only one bomb.
I Council. clear weapons stocks "on the the hint Paris
come close. Bobby Baker was mainland to W.E. S.S. No. a joined his comrarlr.
of Europe"
would Its bomblets for
Voice of 'the People a peanut vender compared PARIS CONTENDS the U, partners (Britain, Benelux, Germany's use protection quicker bristling resentment( and Mr 1
with them but still he
was North Goldberg sat down again.
Treaty createdan Italy, Germany). than Washington would use its
brought to halt
an early
au aH alliance which remains superbombs.DE A visitor theteujxji asked
I firm but didn't commit 11 s DE GAULLE doesn't believe -
n" THE INESCAPABLE truthis ,his own lawyer to approach
i r -- The Sim's Opinion Page -i that we are, in 1964, In genera members to any particular I war In Europe could be GAULLE offers no alternative Mr. Goldberg and representhim
structure. The French distinguish other than nuclear and there-
a more moral people than to M,L.F. He sees forthwith Breathless
elC OI.I."s red ..", ,,,,,,Ia of Sue H.. .., ere I. 'h. V.lce .f the People III"", ,,. L."... ever before. There Is less dis- between allied obligations I I- fore that France can d e ter no reason for giving the Ger- with gratitude, Mr. G ex-
tI meet be e qn.d end hose the wrot.. ........ ......... will .. withheld It HuII'ed. A ..".. shield honesty In government, local to help each other and potential aggression by threatening mans nuclear weapons or a plained his troubles. He"had
rot .steed 500 weeds end must .. wrl",. en only. .... side .1 the pups Poetry ...... be u.... Th. and how this should be done. They Immediate, not graduated finger on any communal trig apparently been gulled .1 by-a *
r w 'Sus.feet.It ......... the Se relict see "".. w Se .h." .. It, wlth.ut sheseinn. 'h. writers ....."1... w national.a disturbing Our cities amount contain of- reason that NATO was placed riposte. This was o n c e ger. For him NATO Is an ob- television repairman to I h t

n violence for which the answer on a war footing during U.S. strategy. We have changed. ligation he will honor, as he tune of $13. He had come to

Lincoln On why the Negro is not entitledto inal wording as it appearedIn Is by no means more the Korean crisis but there is showed during the Cuban con court to pray for a .- .
policemen and laws. But frontation. But he won't that he could have back-
all the natural rights enumerated the Virginia Delaratlon of either I his $13. But he
so, our cities are much healthIer agree to Integration, earned his
a Race Equality in the Declarationof Rights, which specifically and less violent than they COMMUNIST SHOEMANSHIP strategic or political. living as a cab driver, and a t

Independence: the right to states: "- all\ men are born were In the 1800s. We do not If Washington tries to ride customer had taken him 'far

c EDITOR, Sun: There have \life, liberty and the pursuit of equally free," and which factually :- now have areas in our cities roughshod over French views afield just before the appoint.ed

c been and are today many happiness. I hold that he is as states the true function : into which police are afraidto the Intensity of the crisis will he hour, with the result that

I charges and countercharges much entitled to these as the of the American Idea as go. be exacerbated. If on the other late,had and arrived so ten minutes
We are at a higher peak of hand there Is an effort to apparently missed '
I of "racist," "extremist, etc., white man. 1 agree with established before the law. morality than ever before Wt accommodate disparate views, the opportunity to answer

regarding the pros and cons Judge Douglas, he Is not my One of our greatest presidents are trying to do what Is moral the degree of crisis will sub- to his name when it wa.v call, '
of equality and rights. As equal In many respects; cer Abraham and right In race relations.We side. But the crisis will' con ed out by the Judge All he
equally misunderstood today tainly not in color perhaps Lincoln, recognized : art beginning to look cold tinue. We must decide whether wanted to know was whether

as yesteryear Is Abraham Lincoln not In moral or Intellectual the truth as set forthIn ly at the slum landlord. We to accept continuance of h had any recourse left or
our Constitution and Alliance was he now, having missed
was are admitting that while we the existing or a
the Civil Rights endowment But In the right
even as guilty\ of attempting to abide have had public housing for more rigid smaller structure his moment before the bar of
bread leaveof
to eat the without
question was misunderstoodthen anybody close, which is by it Because of his stance, more than 30 years we have ice! jiY( u that would risk dislodgingNATO's justice, forever separated
as it Is today. In fact done almost nothing at all European keystone- from his $11
hands he he
earned by his own was ridiculed, criticized
II Abraham Lincoln was as about housing for the really France
.is my equal and the equal of and misunderstood. What of We also 7 A, THE LAWYER told him -
v Informed poor person. art hwa'
loved well
r a every living man. those today who hold to those aware of our failures In edu s M/ IT SEEMS to me a whole It took him less than a minute -
feared and well- $ i
politically He finished this particular same philosophies and expound cation and the ugly discrimI- Alliance is better than part of that his only
tl intentioned, but much speech by saying ''What the same principles nations in our society We t 41 an Alliance, even if the lat- was to return the follow I 5g.
has ever
man, as next? Free them and make have instituted a Social Se- t 1 ter's organism would hew morning, state his case before
d been produced in the political! them politically and socially READER curity system that includes more closely to our blue the magistrate, who would decide
reforms of our country our equals? My own feelings pensions for the old and aid prints. It would be folly to whether his excuse for

'\ Abraham Lincoln Is known will\ not admit of this; and If One to the blind and crippled. No fracture Franco a German nonappearance at the appointed
1 today as the Great Emancipa mine would, we well know Way reasonable person can deny reapprochement and Eu- time was satisfactory,
t tor because of his work and that the great mass of white that the nation Is more moro rope for the sake of architectural Mr. Goldberg retrieved hit
efforts in freeing the Negro people will not. Whether this To Win al and compassionate than conformity. cab, and drove uptown. Ht.
II r from bondage. Largely because feeling accords with justiceand ever In Its history European Integration II looked very sad. The $13 be

of the Northern people's sound judgment Is not the growing anyway, through the said, was really needed 10.
(I actions regarding slavery and sole question, If. Indeed It Is A Debate BIT: THERE IS a feeling l ,. f .r ; Common Market. And NATO help finance his forthcom | n g

Stephen Douglas' suave elucidations. any part of It." of unease and fretting It has survived 11 years, vacation. He planned to return
a may. quite seriously, be due to the place wher*.ht had
Lincoln today Is expounded III N*. Vwt THHMLONDONMembers through hot winds and cold.
as one who advocatesthe Abraham Uncoln did not to the fact that we were created Leave well enough alone spent so many happy, hour
political and social equality favor the social equality of of the as a nomadic people that summer in New Jersey..
} of the white and black-and Negroes and Whites and he House of Commons who are who "invented agricultureand Where exactly, we felt ,obliged -
all peoples because they frankly stated that he did not sensitive to unparllamenta r y took up village life. We POTOMAC FEVERBy to ask?

: were "all born equal" Actually believe this should be established language as an affront to the are not yet psychologically I "In a sun camp,1* he said
the exact opposite of this by law or other wile.I chamber were taken aback adapted to crowded cities and JACK WILSON Cowles Washington Bureau with anlm.t Ofl. And then excitedly -
. He again clarified his position l. recently when one of their I the sameness of suburbs. defensively bet.
1 ls true. in another speech In colleagues entered with a Alfred K a 11 I n, writing in Whatever LBJ does to shake up the Agriculture Department, ha won'tchange !you've never been to a sue
I On the establishment of certain ISM.: "1 will say then that dagger.It "Contemporaries" about basic farm policy. Farmers will keep on producing' an awful lot of corn i camp. There's nolhimt ,lily

::1 alienable rights as I am not, nor ever have been, was worn by David Johnston American: literature, concluded and ao will LBJ. It< Everybody |II to .'It'.. I'll
festabJshed\ before the law, In favor of bringing about In : "American society Is remarkable never else
and a new liberal member Bob Taft of Ohio says the GOP would be better off with less talking and j go anywhere again-
and recognizing the right of any way the social political for the degree of far a vacation, not after last
freedom of all peoples from equality of the White for Inverness, who took his loneliness (not solitude) In more thinking-but what U the practice spreads to the voters? ,summer. Never ever-- *
seat dressed in full any
I i slavery he said: "I hive no and Black races that I Highland which the Individual can find where else."
purpose to Introduce political am not nor ever have been In dress, complete with the dagger himself. In our mass age the Goldwater says it was the columnist who defeated him. Actually was one

and social equality betweenthe favor of making voters or jurors ,Into called his a stocking skean dhu tucked Individual's bet of privacy columnist named Goldwater-and be wasn't even working at the time.A I THINK I understand Mr.

white and black races. of Negroes nor of qualifying top. his unlimited demands for Goldber,'. to the
There .U a physical difference them to hold office, Some nervous liberal colleagues self satisfaction, his prImary Soviet educator who inspected VS. school nays the Russians hut a ;place hi New attraction Jerwy 'Per
e between the two, which, in my nor to Intermarry with White sought authoritative concern with his own better approach to protrennht education than wt do-they prohibit It. ;haps it U only at aa sfKccnsciouBly -
I judgment, will probably forever people; and I will say In add- advice on whether this violated health and well being have unpretentious" pUAs
t forbid their living together ition to this that there Is a the regulation against actually thrown him back on A pediatric study shows children develop anxiety symptoms when they a son tamp that newt
upon the footing of perfect physical difference between carrying offensive weapons himself more than before. Our watch television too long. Medical term: Tetves Jetvies. I I equality and inasmuch as it the white and black races Into the chamber. They learned culture .Is stupefying without manners .
( becomes a necessity that which I believe will forever predictably! that there support from tradition a a d U-2 pilots flying at great altitudes report encountering huge clouds of fertllim. lH stake $1] hers and now'
a there must be a difference, I, forbid the two races living was a precedent another has become both secular and Fantastic The election's bees over for three weeks. that S. S, No. t. and 3. &
t as well as Judge Douglas, ante together on terms of social Scotsman who wore full costume progressive In its articulation No. 2. and His Honor throws
in favor of the race to whichI and political equality. In the 1W.. of discontent and ambition; LBJ prod officials ta start the war on poverty. Every youth should hart I In. wouldn't have put 011 sty
!belong having the superior the Individual now questions a chance to acquire his ow. T\' statku-r at least a few vending machines. airs If they dldnt have
I Thomas Jefferson's Johnston was cautioned. himself! constantly because his
.. Mitch of I
position. clothing on m
, phrase, -alt men are created however, that fellow highland- have said anythingto equal -=', in the Declaration en who came to town to bates terms of the social _
. "I never norms cops In Jersey City might quit chasing the New York cops out of town.Engineers t the contrary, but I hold I of Independence a I to debates would have to Is his fundamental interest end, at tilt prospect of re.

5 that norwithstandlnf all this, finally adopted la retarded give up their....daggers... if. they Wt can chew on "U'>ii lor a say It's a wonder the Tower of Pisa hasn't fall**. Tat British :I IUW binning to the wtS cJothI4LA
1.11'" ii no reason in the world u a eomiMJon of the orig entered w -, .,, .,. rr. .-, MTVjuMat U Madia tuvU U kw. si kli4 w soave wcfnl hints., J ,

:1 I 6A Caintsvlllt Sun Sunday Nove..,"., 29.1964Florida's


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j'!, News Items for this pan should be directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News ,
i BONN I. ""UIIO",. ......_ ... editor by mail at 526:! NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do not tend r '
, X. r-MH* ri PAT COWLII Vke. ItijRitX Item directly to the Sun office ,
Beautiful ;L ;. -- ) ID JoHNsoN Vtal PmIJT .
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University( City' la'1 1r ;' t -'jl' v aaafOle. Vie, "..._ .... A" IMPROVESMrs. !the University City yesterdayen party, and the members are t '
v.n1.N..irctwn (01 TAHrAOLIONI Mamie Smith, well 1 1 route to St. Prtersburg. urged to be present.
: Vice Pr..,..., end Clrwl..tH!. MMMMT.THE .
; known citizen who
Is ill, was Miss Ella J. Stevens, of Miami Dues are to be paid In full for
., SUNS POLICY reported as doing nicely. whose visit here for the the year.
past week has been pleats n t. For further Information! call
1. Report the newt fully End Importiolly In Hit newt column YOUTH FORUM DISCUSSION: flew yesterday to her home. Fr 2t58. Miss A. L. Simmons .
A, 2. fxprets tht opinions of the Sun In-but only In-edlOriol.. The Youth Forum will beheld president; Mrs. P 1 L.

.. 3. Publish oil sides of Important controvtrtlal luuei. at the ML Carmel Baptist .. Scott, conductress and reporter.TO .

, : The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1111 Church There on will 2 a at discussion 1 p.m. of APPEAR

the theme: "Choosing Your The choral group of Lo d g e ,
Ufe'i Partner." No. 113 will appear in the program

The guest speaker will be on Monday at I p.m. at v
Rev W. M. Ferguson pastor of the Emanuel Baptist Church In
"A minimum housing code r Mt Pleasant Methodist Church. the anniversary of Chair No. 2. -y

The public I Is invited. Sandra
The public Is Invited. Rev T.
is Williams,
unnecessary" reporter. D. Davis pastor; Charlie Ross

.o' UNION CLOSINGThe president; Mrs. P. L. Scott.

reporter ,
Southeast Division MInIster -

of the Association.
Baptist .
Bethune Cookman Col-
which was begun Nov. 27, will
ege students are required I to
August 5, 1961 come to an end today ', i register for the second semester
The public I Is Invited to the
196415 the Dec.
during periods
program. Rev. R. Sams : MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED of Mr. and Mrs. J oh leMr
president \ n n
1 4 and Dec. 7 10 and 14-
I -.. ; Mrs. Mildred L. S m 11 h, .:.I iHIck'. M? These periods have been 11 I and Mrs, Ray Thomas, Holmes, of this city,
.. -. ';;;'n, eporter. side for the purpose of pre of Minnie Hill, announce the rebtr, Thomas In a graduate of
'+ !;ji. ,:
- .... """ '- ." registration. Any students who cent marriage of their son, Lincoln High School, and isJsmea
.. :
t; PERSONALS i NEW ART TEACHER Tails to do so will be charged a Edward Thomas (above) now employed by J. M. Fields

t Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. De- Leon Nathaniel Kicks, late pre registration fee. to Miss Edith Helmea, daughter of thin city,
lose, Jr., and family all of (above) who received the B.S. .
. Tallahassee, have been visiting I degree from Kansas Slate University Each student entolled at the
. : .. here for the past several d3)'sl Manhattan, and the College will be given an ap will be contacted Feb. 1S for NOTICE

as guests of their relatives and M. A. and M. F.A. degrees from pointment with his or her ma change of program. 0. W, Nealy, principal of
friends. the Slate University of Iowa Jon area advisor (for the purposeof Students dropped for poor Lincoln High School and Boys'

j Miss Jane Williams and Miss City, recently Joined the Art securing registration car ds. scholarship will be contacted on Club United Fund chairman, reported -
.' Hattie Mae Sullivan, both of De- Department staff at Florida ARM getting schedules approved, and Feb. 1 3, 1965. that the four colored

s" Land were guests here on University Tallahassee. conference All fees will be paid at the schools: set an all time United

thanksgiving A member of Kappa Alpha All students commuting and ,cashier's office, Feb. I-3, 1985. Fund record. Approximately 'I,-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones Psi Fraternity, Mr. Hicks living off campus will have to All new and returning students 200 In pledges and cash were

and son, Joe all of Atlanta, Ga, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon secure permission to live of f will register, Feb. 1-3. donated by personnel from Du.
who have been visiting here for from the Dean of Menor val Williams
A. Hicks 1(24 NE 8th Avenue campus Quinn Jones
the past two weeks, left yesterday Gainesville. Dean of Women. The It u- All major area advisor a p- Elementary and Lincoln, ,High.
for their home. dent, after securing the proper xilntmenis will be posted on the Schools. ,.
< Mrs. Mildred Williams I tit _- signature, will go to the offtc bulletin boards In the followlnj
yesterday for Nashville, Tenn., I of the Director of Student Welfare buildings: First floor of W h Ito Principals In charge of tht'
because of business. She will I PLANS MEETINGThe [ Mr. E. R. Rodrlguei for Hall, Cookman Hall, Curtis I drive In their respective schools)
be away for several days. Juvenile Lodge No. Ill' his signature. Then the student Hall, Melg's Hall and The Reg were: Puval, Lucius M. Jackson

Miss Hattie M. James of will meet Saturday Dec. 5, at: will take his fully complete strar's Bulletin Board A. Quinn Jones, Mri. Thej-

Tampa passed through Gaines- 3 p.m, at the home of Master registration cards and permit ma M. Jordan; Will I la m o.
vIle yesterday en route to Jacksonville Clarence Fox, Jr., of 1015 N E lo his major area advisor and A LANDMARKBible Gaston T. Cook, and Lin I coin,

... I 26th Terrace. leave them.StudentJ Thought "Give thanks 0 W. Nealy,
,. Mlsi Cora H. Jackson of During the meeting nam e swill on academic probation .I always for all things unto God .
.. Location: Within the city limits of Gainesville. Number of rooms 6. Num. Jacksonville, passed through be drawn for the Christmas at the end of this semester and the Father In the name CIRCUIT ASSEMBLY SET
ber of occupants 10. No piped In water or Indoor plumbing all. Biggeftt of our Lord Jtsus Christ. _
room: 9 feet by 12 feet. Note the outdoor open grate for cooking. Note the Epheslans S,20. Gainesville local congregation
tag: of the house on foundation. A WHOLE OR FRACTURED ALLIANCE? of Jehovah's Witnesses ire
to attend their
art preparing
semiannual circuit assemblyto
The NAACP mass meetinghas : be held a R. J. E. High I
F 1st of a Series Odd Man Out been set for Dec. 1 at I,I School In Starke, Dec. 1113.

p m. at. the' Mt. Carmel Bapli.1Church. John Adams, presiding minister .

of the local congregation

The Rev F. L. Pinkerton said: "Approximately 30 dels-
O Jfrm lari lmr. no longer reason to France concedes 17
preserve cent
per from Ocala will be the guts gaits will represent the Galnef.vJltt .
I BY C L. SDLZBERGER tills situation. ol Western strategic
weapons Congregation it the g.4.
the occasion.
Voice of the speaker on
People PARIS Existing differences While gnawing away at every are American and subject to Following the meeting, there erln,. This number will Include
the US.
between France and aspect of NATO Integration president Britain'sprime
will be the tleclon: of offi many complete lamlll", ;troup
I other NATO partners could they refuse lo present a minister although Mar-
cers. Rev T, A, Wright pattor. who will bt present: o serve
French plan for Alliance tiny stock stays under III
conceivably be papered over reform the
On The Sun's Opinion Page=-. i by careful diplomacy but ; yet by their own ac- old Wilson talks of pooling It spiritually that enlightening 1 programs "
are being .
they cannot be resolved. Issues tions they unilaterally change In NATO. .nlaoned.

Oi.I.". ,,,01 c..""',,.. .< Sun ,..... m .,Ie,,,,. I* the V tc. .f the PtctU .. ...", Lettere brought to a head by NATO. France maintains an When Pope Flux IX decreed UNION CLOSING The Theme of the Assemblywill
, mult .. .i..... .*.. .... the .ro,..'......,.... N'mn will k. withheld' H,*.... A .Utter ...,,14 our project for a multilateral "expeditionary force" In Germany Papal Infallibility. Lord The West Coast Ministers and be "Speaking the Word ofGod
rot .Ie.... 500 with. end mutt .. ."H." .. .../" .". .i... .t the ..,... Ftry ....".. .. m..4. Ike- nuclear fleet (tM L.F.) are is well ana French Action remarked "II the Deacons Union luxlllary of the > with Boldness"
: quoted
\ Sun ....... the rlihl .. releet ..v Low w H "' ....* It, wltheut fdmtlnt, the wrirer'i ...."I... e* Mt. Sinai Baptist Association, at
.. '5,.... not really capable of compromise army In France and a French Pope wishes to change his religion from Acts 4 31, and the nurpone
because, apart fro m nuclear force available to that Is his affair. I see the Friendship Baptist Church, of the entire meeting I Is to beter -

Lincoln On why the Negro is not entitledto Inal wording is It appearedIn President De Gaulle's refusalto community defense under no reason to change mine.I Is closing today, equip the Witnesses to do id.
accept United States military De Gaulle's sole control. That Is De Gaulle's nuclear During the day there will bea Much Interest will also bt focused .
all the natural rights enumerated the Virginia Delaratlon of /
j views, he spurns Atlan- But France has reduced convenUonal view lit doesn Intend to sub very Interesting program, on the Saturday afternoon
Race Equality In the Declarationof Rights, which specific I II I y tic political integration.The strength to find mit France's miniature A. Baptismal discourse as severat

Independence: the right to states: "- all men art born French view of M.L.F. money for Investment In Its force to foreign control, whatever CONVALESCINGMrs. local I persons will symbolisetheir I

EDITOR, Sun: There have life, liberty and the pursuit of equally free," and which factually resembles that of M o rocco's atomic arsenal. De Gaulle has Britain does. Esltllt DeRoM, of NW. dedication to Jehnvah'atthis

" been and are today many happiness. hold that he Is as states the true fuMe Ute King Mohammed V who successively: Withdrawn French strategists a r gas Ith St., who Is ill, was reported time and take their place

charges and countercharges much entitled to these as the tion of the American Idea n when invited to visit U. S. France's navy and all but a they will have sufficient I l as somewhat Improved.Mrs. among the ranks of truth iptakrs. (
air bases In his country replied fraction of his air fore from Alberta Tillman, a member
of "racist" "extremist," etc., white man. I agree with established before the law.One strength to tear off an enemy's .
he knew of no such NATO command reduced lo and this I Is of Mt. Pleasant Mttho-
regarding the pros and cons Judge Douglas, he I Is not my of our greatest presidents bases; they had been built 10 per cent of his army the enough arm became it deterrent could dial Church, who Is III, was reported -ward Delegates are also looking! for

of equality and rights. As equal In many respects; certainly Abraham Lincoln, recognized without his approval. France gound troops left In NATO, trigger off the masslvt U. S. as Improving. former to i Dlatrlcl reunion Supervisor with theft,'J, '
to know nothing I banned French nuclear )
misunderstood today not In pretends non
equally color perhapsnot arsenal Nevertheless
the truth If this A. '
as set forth Thompson Jr., who has beeneasalgned
about M.L.F, It has been from France refused EARLY MEETtVl
weapons ,
: Abraham Lincoln
u yesteryear is in moral or Intellectual accords with French nationalism
in our Constitution, and was discussed In special NATO NATO's mi atomic On Dec 1 7 all I Ibere to this district and j
a guidelines It doesn't accord at p m m."" -
with I
I the Civil Rights endowment But In the rightto .
even as will deliver t the address
eat the bread, without leave guilty of attempting to abide lUbe o m ml i 111 e e which the Ignored a Western Eu- French talk of "European" of Rising Sun Masonic ,
question was misunderstood of anybody close which la by 1L Because of his stance, French have refused to Join ropesn Union treaty obligation defense. It offers nothing to Lodge No. 10 art requested to ,Our Divided World w Is II
then as It Is today. In fact he and not In the Alliance l l to submit levels of nuclear France's assemble at the hall for lbs 'tier. to Slay? Sunday at 1 pm.
I earned by his own hands, he was ridiculed criticized special ally, Germany local
Lincoln was is Council. weapons stocks "on the of hearing the annual Many residents msy
the hint
is my equal and the equal of and misunderstood. What of save Paris
I have attended Jehovah's Wit
much a loved wen Informed living man." mainland of Europe" to W E. would use Its bomblels for reports, checking financial ..ta.I,
< feared and well- those today who hold to those PARIS CONTENDS the U. partners (Britain, Benelux, Germany's protection quicker tue of the membership and 'nrsMt District Assembly I h stwas

.. intentioned, politically but much misunderstood He finished this particular same philosophies and t x- North Atlantic Treaty createdan Italy, Germany), than Washington would .use Its the election of officers for the /held /In July and may d.
I as has ever speech by saying "W hat pound tht same principles alliance which remains superbombs. M Masonic year. I lire to attend this Circuit asemhly *-
man next? Fret them and make firm but didn't commit Ito DE GA11LE doesn't believe Any member wishing to- I Idate .r.... Everyone Is we)- ,
in the political up.
r been of our country. them politically and socially READER members to any partial I a r war In Europe could be DE CAL1LE offers no alternatIve Information about his M- come to attend,
our equals? My own feelings structure. The French distinguish other than nuclear and therefore to M.L.r. He sees uncial obligation may contact I
Is known of and between allied ob I !I- that France deter MU1ARY INFANT
Abraham Lincoln will not admit this: If One can no reason for giving the Germans the secretary.Pltast .
. today as the Great Emancipator mine would we well know Way gabons to help each other and potential aggression by threat nuclear weapons or a be on time and In Unit Sherrie Maltary of ItS
because of his work and that the great mass of white how this should be done. They ening Immediate not graduated finger on any communal trigger dress.Following appropriate S. R Nth Street died Friday

efforts \In freeing the Negro people will not. Whether this To Win reason that NATO was placed riposte. This was one tV For him NATO Is sn tollgaUon the meeting, rereahmenla -, at Alachua General- ItoeplUL
. from bondage. Largely be- feeling accords with Just Ice on a war footing d a ring .S. strategy We have changed. he will honor, is he will be served. Survivors Include her mothr,

cause of the Northern people's and sound Judgment Is not the the Korean crisis but there Is showed during the Cuban CO oItontalloll. Fred Alexander W, M. M,.. Mattlt MsUary. father,
actions regarding slavery and Bole question tf, Indeed It is A Debate But he w e n' I Johnny Mallary, tnt slater, Ter
Stephen Douglas' suave elucidations any part of K." agre to Integration II I liber L V CONCERT rlt A. Maltary, all of Cabmt"
Is COMMUNIST ShIOEMANSHIPtu1,1 vtllt, grandparent. Lay B.
Lincoln today ts-
, Abraham Lincoln did not Ml MM Vv VIM* strategic or political Milt Ma retha A. Stew a r I., Mallary, Mrs CnrntU
who advocates Mallary,
as one
I pounded political and social equality !- favor tht social equality of LONDON Members of tilt U Washington tries to ride coloratura soprano is a former and Mrs. Susie Walton/
the while and black-and Negroes and Whites and he House of Commons who are roughshod over French views, native of Gainesville, and attended
of the
frankly stated that bt did not sensitive to unparliamenta y the Intensity of !tit trials will Lincoln High School/ of
all peoples because Actually they believe this should be established language as an affront to the be exacerbated. U m the ether this city. WaiiU Marker
"all born equal" -
: were, the exact opposite of this by law or other I I... chamber were taken a back hand there Is an effort to She completed her formal education On Border OfI
I He again clarified his polio recently when one of t h el r accommodate disparate views hi New York CIty where",
to true. tion In another speech in colleagues entered with I a the degree of crisis win sub sht ks a graduate of Manhattan I Syria Israel
On the establishment of certain 1ISI. "1 win wy then that dagger.It side. But the trials win tonUnut. School of Music and holds I ,

alienable rights as I am act, nor ever have been, Wt mutt decide whether In A. B. M. ">11''". ,t UNITED: NATION KY;;
established before the law bi favor of bringing about in was wont by David Johnston to accept continuance of Miss Stewart toured Europe 'tAP. Accusations by lyric

and recognizing \the right of any way the social and political a new liberal memberfor the eilsUng. Alliance It amore 1ft Ittf covering' six countries. {and Israel that the other WM to
. freedom ol all people from equality flf lilt "'bill Inverness, who toot his a rigid smaller structure She sings In fine language; (blame lot the Nov. 114 border
slavery, he said: "I have nt and Black races that I seat dressed to fan Highland h Dial would risk dislodging Italian French German, Hebrew clashes, prompted] Britain's saw .
purpose to Introduce politicaland am not ace ever have been In dress complete with the dagger NATO's European: keystone- and English. chief delfgato Lord Camden to

social equality between favor of making voters or Jurors td ,into called his a stun 41,0. tuck- France. Numbered among many appearances urge marking the frontier
the vhttt and black races. of Negroes nor of qualifying stocking top. I are: Carnegie Hall Caradan the former Sir Husk,
There Is a physical difference them to bold office Some aarvous liberal! ttr- IT SEEMS to IM a whole the Waldorf Astoria tilt Ed Fool also told the U.N. Security

between Uw two. which to my nor to kiter-marry with White leagues sought ajthoritattvt Alliance Is better than pert of :Sullivan Show, ABC Itlenls I o i,Council Friday that tilt:Just.
Judgment. will probably forever people; and! I will say to add advice oa whether the violated an Alliance even U the laidteY'a I and radio. Syria mixed armistice rommi*

forbid their living together ition to this that there It a the regulation igatest trgantam would hew She I Is a nmnlwr *f the New sail should! be retired as
upon the footing tf perfect physical difference between carrying flensfre weapons more tkwehjr to our biueprints. Yak Knickerbocker' BMHVM "practical slept .. prevent any
equality and Inasmuch aa It the whit and black races Into the chamber They r.w.e4 It would U folly to sub violent and dangerous*
and Profs meal Woman's
becomes a necessity that which I believe will forever predictably, that Inert fracture franc German I 'phMlont bt tilt future." ,

frtrt must be a dJJemce, Las forbid the two race: Bvtag WH a precedent another reappmhrment and Eu- I and.the NAACP.will CIuII'I I G.A Odd Bull W Norway, '
.. rope for KM saa. tf archlUctural Miss Stewart chief of tilt UN. tract
wen as Judge Douglas anto together terms tf social Scotsman who wan fufl cot-- A supervision
I lilt ML PVtsanl f
favor of the race to wild< and political equally.1 tumt ta the 1 21'*. conformity organisation for Palestine,
t Church Sunday, Ko. 21. at 1pm. :
I belong having the superior European Integration I igrowkij Midi heavy firing erupted a a
Themes Jeflerson'i Johnston was cautioned, anyway, through tilt J i Her arcmrpanisl will be both sides after a single shot
poIIUoIL phrase, --an nn art created however that fellow kttilanden Common Harked And NATO Richard Parker, .1 i[was fired from Syria towsrd IlL
"I hart never said inrJ ng equal '. kt lilt Declaration who came to town to Bale has survived ll years, I The admlMion price b II. {Israeli armored pennant car,
to the contrary but I hn4 i of Independence a i to debates would hate M throng ant wind and cold. I I Thai entertainment to being,chin tn an laraell-lwlir rote}'

that norwoJatacdini a3: !this, finally adopted, to regardedas gtrt 19 Inttf daggers V they .,In.- -. Leave well tnougB alone '1'sponsored by tilt Methodist ,whirls Syria sajft Intrudes !Into
tUc It M reason In ttt world: a tttiMgua it tU V4-: ease OM vtsttonf fiSsry. I M... Jeff Jones, report" I Syrian territory
,0 \



November 2', IOU, Go......... Sun SA

United Fund Follow-Up Drive Planned.I Draft WASHINGTON Down(AP) The

January draft call for the Army
Is for 5,400 men. That's down
from the December call of 7,800
A new "follow up" division be In charge of completing the Ben Samuels, John Baldwin,, ant curator In entomology at t es as president of the Gainesville Weems and his wife have men and brings to 3,010,350 the
of the United Fund headed by final details of the UF drive Charlie Denny III, Dr.: Irving: the Florida State Museum in Boys' Club, Florida Chi four children: and live at 2100 total of men drafted since Sep
Dr. Howard V. Weema Jr. has for $160,000 for IU 14 member Weintraub, Jim Wunderllch) ,, the Beagle Building, has degrees Umber 1950.
Phi Assn, statistician for the NEIthTerr. .
been announced by UF Chairman agencies. James H. "Bill" Campbell, Dr,, from Emory University,
Gainesville Club,
Quarterback Some bugs, them the
Keith Austin. Austin also appointed 10 lieu- Harry Warfel, Rev. T b o mai I the University of Florida and among .
Gainesville Club Meth-
Tip-Off antifreeze
A "Tennessee Walking Hors. chinch bug produce an
Weems, an entomologist with tenants to help with the to J.lowup Mitchell, Adrayn Keel and T. Ohio State University.He odist Men' Club and is a Master National Celebration" is held chemical that keeps theirinternal
the Florida Agriculture Dept. campaign. J. Hawes. is a past president of the Mason and member of Blue the first week of September each organs from turning to
i I Division! of Plant Industry, will-Those appointed were Dr. Weems, who la also assist. Exchange Club, currently servo Lodge In Sebring. year at Shelbyvllle, Term. Ice In winter.

DeadlineFor a. a O pen Every Night 'til 9 pm



The last day of the city's first ..w .,.,,. ? A Big 23-inch Protect Your
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Officer Clarence O'Neill reminded SEARS
taxpayers over the r :(23in. diagonal, 282sq. in, viewing area)

weekend.Taxpayers who pay their I 8 ;; Service
city taxes next month will get '

he only explained.The a three. per cent discount, + : Console TVLayAWay Contract

final deadline for paying ww.n t u wv ulwrten.
city taxes is April 1.
The finance office mailed ap- IKYry0r/ YwNn..N TVtFy
proximately 18,000 tax bills in < r -.; NNw'r N.n kclua.. 1.
November.The wrf .Mm:MnIt.N.N to
city's aggregate tax total Now
this year Is $1.5 million with "
J/ For
$126,000 needed for bond inter -.f Only
est and $1.} million for general For Christmas 168 P.nnis A D.y
government. W
ONelU said Friday he had Sun will nttn* Ifi M4 not totaled the number of -bills ,. No Trod.-In Required for a full IMwnnt of
Worry Prw Strain Look Ifwttot
already paid, but estimated the .r you lot wltft iMrtttrvlco
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Sigma Chi fraternity dedicated rich static-free FM sound. Monopol. antenna : automatically. Mahogany finished hard.
its new 1327,000 chapter for stronger reception
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special guests, ceremony alumni and attended current by -" 6" ,. ..W .. '.. J u ;; J *'

members on the University of

,, of Florida.Dr.the. Delton University's. was L.made Scudder religion an,honitr-head department SAVE X41. O n Reclining Chairs aft 1 Jj'1: I I1fTFr7i1i

ary member for I the part he
played In directing the fund- ,. I
raising drive over the past two _
I years Dr. Scudder gave the in Soft-Touch Vinyl '
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tion.Sigma Chi President Vernon r
Swartsel of Mt Dora dedicated It. a' r ,1 All Over With; Soft Polyurethane Foam

Ie l the Ground house was to Dr.broken Scudder.for thev ? Rcsulnr 140! 2 DAYS ONLY j 1-x :1. *t: 4",4if" "or \ .i

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r and work began three weeks I.'I la-
ter. The first 28 members and
t:' housemother Mn. Mary W. A p. $
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year Just in time for the 40th t Lay-A Way
anniversary of Gamma Theta + 99

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coordinating with
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building contractor M. M. Par-tl 4 some modern chair In

rish of Gainesville. r S Fern green, beige or
Greeting were offered by brown. Ca.. Be
University President J. Wayne !
t Belt, Hon. Bolas B. Turnerof I nstand
the United States Tax Court \Z1 Z1A .' Before $3
I Washington, D. C., and David
( McDonald Jr. of MlamU Judge e"' Christmas Sq. Yd.
I Turner represented the Grand I I
4 Officers of Sigma Chi and Mo t 3 B.i9e. Red Gold\ Fern Green. Turquoise.
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f. spoke of the fraternity's rule a Deep 'n Wide Keclincw >'e Wool
I :;i relaxing the Increasing press fl k ,
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November 29, 1964 Goineiville Sun 7A

Strain."' J JTells Viet Cong Suffer Heavy Losses 1


OnJacki By MALCOLM W. BROWNE paddles near-Chao Gao. Pham Van Dong Issued special Huong "no longer has the confidence his ultimatum it a news confer.

\. 1 The government also claimed|restrictions for the funeral: only of the people. In order to erne But he issued no time limit -
Viet Nam AP
the 73 Viet Cong killed in a heavy|200 persons may follow the fight the biggest threat to Viet; for Huong's removal
Moving smoothly on ground
engagement near the North must ride in Nam communism must
body: they cars
and supported by artillery and Tli called on the High
e priest
Vietnamese frontier and 77 and the caravan must take the have a united and popular gov
ii ,helicopter strikes, government National Council to oust Huong
w ..... ".... .,.. forces killed at least M Vial killed in three separate actions shortest route from Buddhistheadquarters eminent and lilt does nut "we will do so
in Quang Nam Fri to iia; Dinh
province ceme
!NEW YORK -Mr!. John F Cong and captured 70 today 27 day. on Tarn Chau, who plated! a key ourselves by a program of non-
miles southwest of Saigon. |tery. I role in the overthrow of Ngo1 1 cooperation and nonviolence
Kennedy has cancelled schedJW r Saigon was calm under martial -
t Prospects for maintenance of,Dinh Diem last year, delivered:against the government"Gift
public appearances be- In addition to the confirmeddead [ law after a week of civil, ---- -
:sw* of emotional travail occasioned the guerrillas were estimated (unrest that left more than 100|calm were dealt a blow with an
by tile anniversary ofocr to have lost 90 In killed persons injured in street riots i I II announcement by one of South '
I Viet Name most Influential
husband's assassination I aid wounded carried from the
Buddhist students, Buddhist leaders that unless the
Mrs. Kennedy was to have at-I battlefield of lush green rice 1 neverthe-j: ffl[
ended i hind riiibig charity less, completed plans to hold a new civilian government is removed -
public funeral Sunday for li- "\ht'nl'e will
( a legally
:tInDer oa Tuesday ia Los An DUtrict manager Bob Coleman (left) paid Southern
I year-old boy shot during antlgo- lake steps to remove it our
efeeShe Is also on of the Bell Telephone Oust
= paaw Company'8 tax bill Saturday withI Huong I Ivernment demonstrations.In 'Ives."
for the performance Tues-I check for 21426792. County Tax Collector Shel- Chairs
lay In Washington of the mo-I lie McKinney accepted the pa)'merit. (Sun Photo by an attempt to head off violence Thlch Tam Chau charged that
lion picture version of "My Fair I Tommy Lenis) Buddhist I military)_Gov. Brig. Gen.I Prime Minister! Tran'all

Lady" for the benefit of the I

craning Art and the International Southern Bell Pays Taxes I Chief Asks Rockers
RescueComnittee.. Choose now from our Icrgel1"tIOl'\ of
"Due to the emotional strain Don't chonc o heater that won't' work! and RockerReclinersSee them this week while

of the past 10 days she feels i In Time to Get Discount !Thich S.lGO'l.'Ie'Tam: Chau,Nam one of(AP South- Call today tor our pre-teoson special! our stock is complete when your decisions can
jnable to participate in any be unhurried' Choose from a selection by such
{Viet Nam's most influential
public engagement," a spoke\ The biggest taxpayer In the line far taxpayers to quality for Buddhist leaders, warned today HEATERSCLEANED famous manufacturers at
:nan for Mrs. Kennedy said. '!iCIly of Gainesville and Alachua the 4 per cent discount. Payments
that unless the new civilian gov
The spokesman added 'b. 1 County Southern Bell Telephone received in the mail postmarked Barcolo
ernment to removed legally O
Mrs. Kennedy was not ill but Co. took advantageof prior to the I p.m.
that "she felt aloe had been the current 4 per cent dis- deadline will receive credit "then we will take" steps to remove -

through much over the past 10[count Saturday said County Tax Collector I It ourselves Bcrklinc

days and Just could not go out Bob Coleman, district manager -Shellle! McKinney Tam Chau\ a priest who was a
and meet people." for Southern Bell m a de key figure In the overthrow oi Cass
the payment with a check for | In December the disc 0 u a t the Ngo Dlnh Diem regime last Call now before the first ONLYcold
$244,26792. The falls to 3 per cent. In Januaryit I to ovoid fighting
I city's share of year delivered his ultimatum ala snap
His FriendsTo this will be |7t, OS.45. goes down to 2 per cent and news conferee. a balky heater when the
in February to 1 per cent. Aft temperature tumbles and $ 2 5 ..
EnJoyHis Bell's tax Is about $30,000 er that there is no discount and Prime Minister Tran Van servicemen are swampedwith
larger than last year's bill.Monday after the April 1 deadline thereis I Huong "no longer has confidence emergency calls. 5

Wealth at S p m.: ia the. ..dead ._a 3 per cent .!penalty. of the people," Tan Chau CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE
I(charged. "In order to fight the
biggest, threat to Viet Nam HEATER CLEANED >IM 1'. $.1.( T..
CHICAGO (AP) A Chicago Capture 4 of 7 Convicts I the Communists 1ft must
|Judge lias granted a 78yearoldInvestor'l i lore. StMk C*.4
wish to distribute :have a united and popular government $ Thin wee give a gift shut

about half of his\ $1) million dol- Who Escaped Via Tunnel USED HEATERS 20 A.ed: will give and Stars comfort We-

lar fortune among 25 friends Calling upon the high national I well gladly hold vase as0 -
and business associates that "I I COLFAX Wash. (AP) Fourof ler is known to have driven to council to use its authority to SPECIAL PKICIS, NOW ON NEW HEATERS lectlona ho until tawerowl Christmas,
may see them enjoy Il" the seven escape artists who the Portland Ore., area, about oust Huong Chats added "If
Lawrence L. Goddard, a retired tunneled out of WashingtonState 200 miles west of Walla Walla the council does not do this thenwe Central Heating Oil Furnaces $7.50

head clerk for an incur Penitentiary last Sunday with the other convicts after will do so ourselves by s. CALL FR 2-9561 "Furniture That's A Joy T* Live With"
ance company, pointedly have been recaptured-two of their escape. program of noncooperation annonviolence d

ted a daughter from his a niece largesse and and a them In Idaho, one in Oregon Neil C. Wallen, 28. a convicted against' the govern C. B. BOHANNON JR. 13 NW 8th Are. Ph FR 2.4420
and In "
one Washington. ment.
Daniel A. murderer from Spokane, Wash.,
insured Circuit Judge I
Arthur St. Peter 39, of Seattle I
Coveltt Friday he knows what was arrested earlier Friday at a Buddhist iitiulpnti were com
serving a sentence as an
ha is doing habitual criminal Portland hotel after police received pletlng plans to hold a potentially '
at the Walla
Goddard, from a wheelchair, Walla Institution was apprehended I ) a telephoned tip. A man I' explosive public funeral Sunday l
told the Judge he wanted to repay late Friday while dozing believed to be escapee Donald for a M-yeawjId boy shot
Maseros, 24, also a convicted
his friends for "kindnesses In a stolen truck near this eastern -I Wednesday during anil-govern-
,killer fled.Harold .
said he ,
accorded the donor. He Washington town. I I ment demonstrations.
had not received 1I11 same kindnesses Oscar! Thomas 40, and
Colfax is about 70 miles northeast .
from his daughter, Florence -I of Walla Walla but SI. Pe-,Richard Eugene Loux 29, were I II ?
; a niece, Margaret L., anda I -- arrested at a roadblock near I A federal law was enacted recently -
nephew, I/eland Goddard did''f f Payette Idaho Tuesday night f to give government help 1
not elaborate lei Protest and are being held in Caldwell, to Wisconsin and Its counties In'
Goddard assured Judge Cov- (Idaho pending removal hear acquiring man land and setting'

elli that he'll manage quite 1 TOKYO (AP Radio Hanoi Ings. Two men ran from the es up an Ice Age Scientific Reserve -
comfortably on the $21,000 annual (claimed that four U.S. and capees' car and got away. of related areas. The largest
income from the stock he South Vietnamese warships Still missing are Maseros, tracts will b* near Milwaukee.

retains. shelled two North Vietnamese John Mullenix, 33, and \"erlllI Madison and Chipp I 'w* r }de Or ,,,

t' :coastal areas Saturday, I James Barrett 35. T Falls. 7wr

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From Page 1 SHOPIN

Q. There mint be terrific 1 1 L GAINISVILII

see, ,tails? '
A. No. Chances are there are Drop *H your dry cl...;,., ..

nn snow or rainstorms on Mars. 9 your "'.y to werk at any
Primary reams! : So little water
vapor. .f our plants, '** pick It upon
Q. Are the Martial tease is
year wf h.", ..
and days like ours? .
A. The Martian year that i rf r / ;

II, the time it takes the planet 3. DAY SPECIALS : Mon., Nor, 30, Tues, Dec. 1, W. to revolve around the sun is /
XI days or almost two earth 'I'
jean In length. The Martianday
Is a little longer than an ,
earth day specifically, 24 TROUSERS SKIRTS
hours and 37 minutes. ,
Q. What does the surface of
Mars look like SWEATERS + r
A. It's generally believed it 7

consists of a rolling terrain I ,
perhaps Including some massive
but eroded mountain chains, SUIT COATS

with the highest peak no more
than M.OM feel
The general view Is that most
ef the surface is desert like

and covered by a fine dust that 5 The Column Knit.
gets whirled up Into dust storms FOR $1.95 .

quite frequently as winds soar
I to 3S miles an hour
Q. How skit the dark spelt The feeling Is light, the fit is lively and Lord Jeff's column knit

en Mart
! A. These Ire called "maria," cardigan will render any weather terrperota. Jeff makes then. ",,:
hfcaune the ancient believed )
cardigans for us In of Fall colors dark
them to be ocean and they cuiprc a great new range

still Syrtis have Major"watery which names means like WillIV I 4a? ( .utfully *uii4er*
"great bog" These are now be >

hexed to b* areas of vegetation. 14.95 ,'". t
about time "'1181," SINGLE I 25
Q. Hew
. . .
MMars? {
A. TheM appear as a set-
i wort cf dun Imes lacing a large $ltl.s 1. .

portion *f toe"canals"surface Scientistsfeel 2 or More . ea. 22 .J E ; wool cardigan hy
the are
that surface

lion. cracks filled with vegata- ; LORD JEFF ,; :i ;

A. It has .... of them i**. '

I boa and deuno. but each I II less 4 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOUNo. ,, 3
than II miles to diameter And '
they revolve very rapidly I
round Man, being relatrttly 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4

clone en ItIn 0-:
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Hour ;
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1 Broken Into Martiniiing CI'"I Mortinising, El
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110 NW IK N. 1444 W.
I Thi* ei seed the easy entry M.M S A
, 13* St. 10th At* u.k. J. .. I a VI
method I* burglaru Ibe t 1aa.
: Gainesville Cas Co., HI ftM : i I,

; St Friday nfgtt$ city p. ALL PLANTS OFFER ONE-HOUR DRY CLEANING AND "**. 6 South AMen Street .. 'j ,

j lire Bikers reported." there .. a* FAST SHIRT LAUNDERING/ '.', tat Gonn..II., Ffcj.

!: sops alding of forced and lilt entry burglars kilo eke ap Please kelp M sane ys. hence bf .*,1 "hoeing i ywe delivery rneif with t... featuring Ko'So oy SKd Pndltori woolens Condon: Fog I'" ,.t

\ patently) used a key t. torn a DON'T FORGET We MI-SfOT MOTHPROOF *ry **** rhf. we Vy ';, x t.
:i door. They Ml after laka* a cask bas eonuirinc SOS and a

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: Fla. Holiday Toll RisesBy
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) THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In other Friday accidents, way near Boynton Beach Wed-
J CITY, Tex. (AP) President Johnson announced
Saturday that "Her," one of his two pet beagles died Fridayon Florida's death toll from Ralph W. Carson 67, of Naples, nesday night, but the body has PRICESThe :<::
accidentsrose killed when his collided been recovered.The SAL
BrightFor the operating table after swallowing a rock on the White Thanksgiving Holiday was car not MOST ;
House grounds.The to 14 Saturday.A with a truck loaded with sand,
President, saying "We have had a tragedy," announcedthe woman whose Identity was and Charles McBride, 20, of Miami first plane starting the "
dog's death after a news conference Saturday morning on I not Immediately determined was died of Injuries received first regular passenger s e rvlce '. :"U'.E"/Env
Fla. the lawn In front of his LBJ Ranch home. killed east of Tallahassee lit a when his car struck a parked from the United States to Eu- W\iIii'\ti ,. \
Johnson did not say where the dog had been taken for the one car accident Saturday Highway truck In a store parking lot. rope took oft near Port Wash- ;) i,\ :,,f' .., '
operation although there were reports that it was Walter patrolmen were Investigating Other accidents reported ear ington Long Island, In 193, ; ..'" o 'U"HT.$
JACKSONVILLE (AP-Flori- Reed Army Medical Center In Washington. the accident. I lier In the long holiday weekend carrying a crew of 12 and Mpaying 'b Yf'i Q A P IS., ,

.,'. economy strengthened as "Lucl (Johnson's daughter) Is heartbroken about Her," Johnson Rose Peretz, 72, of Miami that began at ( p.m. Wednesdaykilled _passengers. _., .
1964 progressed' and is winding said. Beach was struck by a car and : ::,,:; ,\" ,, \,
which "Her" and the other Johnson beagle, "Him," became Internationally killed at Miami Beach Saturday I'' '",0 t 1:
the on a note portends lt
up year ElectricalOUTLETS
Alfred Johnson, 9, Tallahassee
famous earlier this morning. :
after ;
year Johnson outragedsome r' ; : ,
well into : '
odd business Chamber of Commerce dog lovers by hoisting them by the ears. Donald Brassell, 34, an em Jerry L. Nobles, 26, of Florala, hl ; :
W8S, tlie State
said Saturday in its wek The President stoutly maintains this is proper treatmentfor ploye of the Florida Power City; William D. Farrlor 38, olDcfuniak f ADDED Furniture Mq"JfacturersSAMPLE
beagles. Corp. was electrocuted while Springs; Raymond
ty business review. 21, of Jacksonville R..ld ntiol Commercial
working at St. Petersburg. He ;
of Florida'i John B. 68, of Ocea Industrial
"Most measures recently bad moved there from Morgan I
Park.A Ridge and Alfred Fox of For I l CALL HOUS
kber. Man Is Still Miuinc St. Petersburg man and his Pierce. C. P. Dressler

bad the chamber ....., C. 63, and
outweighs the wife, R. Stageberg, Highway patrolmen were listIng Electrical Contractor
said. Everett Allen a 63 year-old> Allen's description was reported Emily Stageberg.46,'were killed Barbara )Mattwiy, 22, ol I Phone FR 6-6193 South St .t S.W 13th. St.
Measured by bank debits, business mentally retarded man missing arriving at the Trailways Bu Friday at Tallahassee when Boca Raton as a traffic fatality. *10NW.4thSl.
Terminal. their car struck a train. I Her car plunged Into a water
has averaged 9 per cent from a farm near Fairbanks Later another wo
above 1963, with recent months man called and said she had"found"
since Nov. 11, still Is missing
u high as 14 per cent over last despite reports from three local Allen. .
All of the false,
reports proved
year. residents who thought they and Allen whose brother has FROZENI 1 FLORIDA OR GEORGIA GRADE 'A' WHOLEFRYERS
Sales tax collections, comparable found him Friday. offered a $300 reward for Information
only since July because of I The Alachua County Sheriff's leading to his discov-
a change last year, stand 12 per i Department first received a call cry remained missing FrNEVER
cent over 1963. Gasoline sales 'from a woman who said she
are up 6 per cent. saw a man fitting Allen's description I
A Life
sitting under a tree in Tough
Personal income of Floridians
the Alachua General Hospital
is running at a rate of 9 per parking lot. NITEROI, Brazil (AP) -Two !
cent more than in 1963. brothers, Edlslo and Crisne San-
Employment In nonfarm busi- Next a passenger match I n g geroti! Lima, who broke out of

ness, a good thermometer of prison seven months ago have
economic health, stands 41 per Arizona has more Indians turned themselves) In to author. ,
cent over last year the best than any other state 81,924 Itles, explaining life on the out-
In five at the latest count. 'side is just too hard.EVERY .
gain years.
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"Still worrisome and causing
some concern are some phasesof LB
the construction industry and PAY g4 1:
the level of new business Incorporations WHY MORE r :

," the review said. C t

AirplaneHits 1 LIHIT-3

:''_. '" FRYERS WITH
Home .V. EY i $2.50 OR MORE

On Highway DAYWE

Something new In traffic trou-
ble: A mobile home collided SELL PAINT. ..
with an airplane on a Rhode Inland -
Miry CirtM Pilntf .r. made til Tim red .hI"..
highway. dir.ctlo l M c.ln..ill.! I, ..' .wn truck. Thiit Illmiii.tins KING SIZE
Edward J. Butler Jr., 40, of ''' .nn.c....ry mlddUmtn end (.,....... .
Harrington was flying his sin I NOT HIGH OVERHEADYOU FOOD
engine plane near Hopkin-
ton Friday when an emergency COLA
landing because necessary. He EVERY 2nd GALLON FREE EFFECTIVE :

looked over the southbound lane Try Mary Carter Paint THRU
of Route 92, found automobile Soon You'll Be WEDNESDAY .
traffic too heavy, swung over Pleased With It's Coy SMALL
and landed on the northboundlane. QUAMT1TY F AI R w ," b FACK .
icing Ability and Easy
RIGHTS elli 10 Oi ITLS '
Application. -
It was there, police reported, RESERVED f :"LUS DEPOSIT) 2 5
that the plane was struck by a INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS t
mobile home unit being operated ,trot ENAMEL, resists yellow. .
by John W. Richardson Jr., lay and gives a durable, s tI
48, of Armonlc, N.Y. I finish Ex. .
No one was Injured.Gamb1ing !,r collent hiding ability. LIMIT I WITH fOOD ORDER

7.98 .
Death ONLY Gallon


man put a bullet through his
brain Thursday night after he PANCAKE MIX 29C
lost 117,000 on roulette at a : 2 LB PKC
casino, police reported Satur
day. Mohammed Khalifa was Sol NW, ark Avt.. Ph... 174-7511 FYNE TASTE SAVE 17< ON 3 BTLS.
found dead in the gambling re
aorta washroom. : PRUNE JUICE 3,1 100

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junday November 29, 1964 Gainttvill Sun 9A

( Burns Revise Fla. Tax Structure ? WE SHIP'FRUIT I

Oranges Grapefruit
::=T BALLET MORRIS Here's how the Governor-ele t tremendous Importance a n -/TALLAHASSEE! GovernorHajtjrar the campaign be easier to when the fund We Would Appreciate Your ,,
maps strategy'First : must safeguarded. impose a tax general revenue winds I Florida's government, say!S .
!! Burns' decision taaie c' we will have to have What the Governor elect had I Legislature can point to where up elsewhere. The gross receipts Governor elect Burns "oper Chriitmoi Orders ,

-1'eOO eIIof econorn 1IBvisar's e a dedication of time talents, in mind were such functions si I the money is going The Iddl- tax on public utilities was ales under a hedge podge o if Wt sew bane M.. h'III'1 CDU"try '''.,.',;;I' "t-
could result In jof I and services by some of the, correctional institutions and I tlonal tax on wagering at doge diverted by the '(3 Legislature piecemeal legislation whlcl I h Smtkt Stuitt.MARKHAM'S. V -.n (I
ai'LtiLLccxattflnatloa' the I state's leaders, working with mental hospitals which tracks was, for example hitc (and a subsequent constitutional sees 51 cents out of each dolls.
_:;:t1mdt.lll'lI iftfce Of earmarking: elected officials, in a comprehensive suffered In the past from the I ed to help for the handicapped. amendment) from general escape scrutiny by the Budge
*- l tax-'revenues. study of the tax stru absence of continuing pub 11 c I Other racing levies were tagged revenue to support the Bryant Commission. I don't think that') GROVES

: ruAT; Burns. joints out W'I ,the I ture. support groups There are rela. for old age assistance. bonds for construction at universities either good government or g0d Mcintosh, Flo. U.S. 441 Ph. 591.3891

=3LAte..,,_ tags;. U "Then, there must be 'aware- lively few people out of government Of Itself this tagging breeds l Junior colleges and business"
1'ooUW6 I I nets teams,' groups of community interested for example, 1 Inadequate a pressure group for the enactment -
r.ha1L-bIlUon Cracker leaders who, through avail- prisons in the way that of the levy and Its subsequent 'Mon,
-..: d. 1p1T.'J:. year I log themselves of all the avenues Parent Teacher Associations protection. of 11' Income of information, will alert keep the needs for schools before I 'Tues.
Pohtica II The State's general revs sue VALUES
for sp* the general citizenry to tie dire legislators.
fund, being a faceless orp h a n,
fin'. :upending Burns said the Inquiry group
,Uj.i: need for revamping the ta I lacks this strength Sometimes
.., ( Noon
*'purposes- structure. also would evaluate taxes as to

-. About half oft Finally, there will have to bea their desirability from aspects QUANTITY
t the earmarked money la presently public endorsement of the ultimate other than the production of rev R IGNTS 521 N.W. 13th Street

beyond the ability of the program, either beforeor enue. "It well may be that they Ufltdto RISRYtD"CAMPFIRE" .
l ,". '" .;:::.:= = ,--
t Legislature to review and divert simultaneously with its press -will recommend abandonmentof = i.'f.f ': ::
except by amending the Co sentation certain tax: programs which
to the Legislator e FANCY SLICEDLea
look for thisburton
have to the detrimentof ,
ablution/ Many of those dollars for adoption" I operated
have been pledged as securityfor Burns describes the tax the state" he said .
money borrowed to bull d structure as "the biggest problem This study almost certainly
highways and schools. facing the state" It is his means the preservation of t he t.;. .
But the Legislature could take hope that the council of economic Ux status quo through the 1965 n Bacon
I look at the continuing need advisers could finish Its regular session of the Legislature -
for tagging the other half. Out task during the calendar year since the committee hardly -
:thatjexamlnatlon might come 1965, and the recommendations will have gotten under way by
1.rearrangement both of taxes enacted by the 1967 and 1969 the convening of the 60 a day

and appropriations sessions of the Legislator!.. :session on April (.
.This is not a new approach. "This will not be a Governor's The practice of earmarking I <<

Whacks have been taken at it commission per se but an all-

By groups of various origin, Florida group dedicated to the to Host I Dells
gubernatorial and leglslstlv e, continuing progress of 0 u r 39eILIMIT
.and there have been Instances state," says the Governor-elec I
Cram Course On qtI
et limited curtailment of ear "Equal In Importance to the <0. GRAOE LB.
marking by law. proper raising of revenue" con / i:
Time always has been the en- tinues Burns, "is the maintaining World PoliticsTAMPA
emy of fiscal reform, and of control and balance s 0 It'. YOurguoront.
Burns' hope of I six year tenure -that all State repiponsibllltle (APA "cramcourse" ( t: ..
in world offering
might mean the differs nee will receive adequate u p p ort politics, of chicken I 2 With Ysue S! *r M.rt foul Order fl..i.t FLA. GRADE "A" LARGE
between and another subjects such as the evolution -
success proportionately. There are State
failure\ In bringing about aub-'functions which lack glamour of communism and the "MR. G" FROZEN

stantial..::.overhaul of the taxi These do not receive strong Southeast Asia situation opens so

structure: I public support, yet they are of In Tampa Monday. FRENCHFRIES
The two-week National Security Vyoircan
Seminar will be conductedby I taste

armed specialists forces and industrial sponsored college a) the difference! II

World CapitalsFrom :by Commerce.the greater Tampa Chamberof .. DOZEN -

-- -- 9 OZ. PACKAGE
(he Sun wire services.
1 :" ';..,.;n :
MOSCOW Students stage UNITED NATIONS AfrIcans '

three hours rampage to protest weigh appeal to security 1 HATCHER'S has tho
Congo rescue; targets are con- Council on Congolese situation
: Iolese, If bend Belgian\ tm"oSssies -.: 2
""" ; 'p lT stand by. '

PARISU. S. Undersecretary Out 01 Me age N miracles ...... ? ec2W1t1 9',

t of Stale Ball arrives for
iwlki on-muUlateral/ force; ULTIMO

'Krench opposition .growing. : 1
-' -
;::1mtJSSt1S -;;... Father Mar COMPLETELY IN .THE -EAR :
The entire Instrument U
tin Borman, son of former Nazi hidden dtp 'In the tor Not',. CHRJfWASt -
l leaders is among missionary Ing It protruding It If until =
refug!"_rriving 11'00Congo, enough to fit even young childrtn > ;
yshomhTcomlng for talks withRussian 100% CUSTOM MADI _
..::spaa pOlice'rptect The Ultimo It built accord-
Ing to your ear (Impression for 10 F AB KRAFfSEollR.g.
I erpbwny.!! ::_ comfortable fitting In the ttr gwe..e1 get
Th. circuit li odjutrtd for :
SAIGON Buddhist 1 leadera I
t a IMtct hearing corrtetion." FtR ...
r -aeeu government of Diemtactics MANINT IATTUY the

,-disclaim responsibilityfair' I permanently Cell lotri the built mrmol-In' lift Power of ELGIN RADIOS "

public''demonstrations. the .'d. The Ultimo It toM for portable
I power supply for years, nave
CAIRO.-.New anti U. S., needs battery npltctmtntiDIRECTIONAL I
demonstrations, Chinese Communists HEARINC Our Latest Big Value Buy .
C Qts
I' Ai the Ultimo li In the ear, e
reported supplying kerosene
the sound li picked up n Sis ell
used in burning U S. It- meant by nature, crtttlpfl a asawlssl.
r alwJ., natural' directional, .....lnO. ?
Th. Ultimo li e tiny but ..-
=. LONDON Churchill' celeIrates trtmtly efficient corrective link <<
90th birthday Monday; between the outer world and
still reads all morning news- your hitrlng ntrvtl AUTO
papers.. lusted to desired, .level, the r Mt.+Y rLitdN (LIMIT 0... With Yen SI *r Mite Peed 0,... PI..I/ !LIMIT 0.. With Yew, $1 r Mite Peed Orb, '1......

LEOPOLDVILLE-Last American volume li controlled lul mlli.| ,/, .
Golly for really tniovoblt htor -
plane arrives with 78 refugees I Ing Loud nolwt or distortion of
closing out rescue operation sound canons bother you IXTREMILY 'l
with 1,700 whites liberate- RELIAILI The FRESH'NCHISP"CARROTS
ed and more than 900 still In Ultimo li built with the space Ten trwnwtors live this p.cawt- s II Mm.isles 55' SW's. 1W nst
Inttrumintition !precision, and Ned pac Maee at piesure tin. bit Prise Iwsledu a Ntie
rebel held areas.NAIROBA hen throuah several years sound it IM best Ihe arw.t.r b.Nar1..,.arpbM..see rat.rare .
I of rugqtd gone field, tests. It It 'b.tlsr recsphon,you'd ea- Lau,.sary/ee ....-....dp
Congo Organisation pest snip .t twos ear low prse. L
mod to pine reliable service
,of African Unity Com fnr vttrtHiM t 10 Irtittlttaf N f
mission call for African Summit Now CM V... HOI ..awIb.rmislr
meeting on Congo. 't.......1.-l '*. Ag.t'lsrAINFSVILLE Vtraltr twUMSIKcnilt $19 9 5 1
tltUM Mtoto* '4
NATIONS Thant a Irtrt lt.t<*tnuniltOvtrali
proposes' postponement un- 620 N. MAIN ST.
paM assessment confrontation Phone 376-0095 I .
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Sun Sports Editor j:4:

The fellow who wrote that story about a couple of characters .
named Jekyll and Hyde would have been proud of <
.the Florida football team that beat Miami 1210 Saturday
at Florida Field.

There almost no other way to explain or tell it and d + (z;
,Inert will be 31,118 different versions by that many fans ,
:who suffered through a dull, dreary and wet day broughtto
'comeback life only by the sunshine of Florida last quarter Sw o ;

'. For two and a half periods the Gators struggled through
Some of the most Inept football ever played anywhere by I ( mgr
'a;Florida team 411 o.4 1+
:They caught fire on a 38 yard pass from quarterback ..4 .e
Steve Spurrier to fullback Larry Dupree, stalled momentarily
at Miami 40, got the ball back on the return
punt and from then on it was a Gator day <
-- Florida drove 38 yards In
-" STATISTICS III plays' to score Its first I' w!, 0
FrnUeowroMi41 '"V" touchdown with 14:19: lefts
." ern. y.rd... it H In the game halfback Jack
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j-v Harper carrying over fromPmw 4
Inttrafto* w + ,..: the two. )
.? ohs**f I. Winning Score 4', 4
Tr L,TC" "* M The Caters got the win-

... nlng tally on a 49 yard r
*push. Jn seven efforts with Dupree bolting the final 11 yards
,with:835 to go Twice, two point plays failed on conver-
sine efforts.
*=Than aroused defensive efforts held the Hurricanes to I
.standstill, three times In the dying momenta and victory 0
TNiC: $ was.In the Gators' satchel "
-1t hardly started that way at all
=:"Miami ,cashed in on repeated Florida fumbles plus of.
tensive and defensive mistakes, to get a 10-0 lead In the 'N
/"second period. Don Clfra kicked a 20( -yard field goal for the
.:first three and quarterback Bob Biletnikoff passed eight

'-'yards to fullback Fete Banaszak with Just 28 seconds remaining ALLAMERICA DUP11EE MAKES AN ALL AMERICA UUN: Larry Takes IInncl-QCf .
< for the TD Clfra extra point boot provided the
, .10th point. y
:: The Gators; believe It or not, failed to make a first down IN 20.17 UPSET .
..the entire Initial half, had only 15 yards to show rushing I
.end a negative three passing Until Dupree caught the pass
:that seemed to set Florida on fire, the UF had just one ,

t. first. A crowd down. of 31.lit sat In funeral type weather, a hard Trojans Tumble Irish I j

.. rain soaked the field at the start of the game, and it app
pesred the setting was just perfect to bury Florida gridiron II //I
aspirations completely
Lose 4 Fumbles LOS ANGELES (AP) Quarterback fourth period when Fertig put a trip to the Rose Bowl magic would carry Notre Dame

The Gator lost four fumbles in the first half, bobbled Craig Fertlg passed for! together an M-yard march, A vote by the Pacific Athletic on and Southern Cal down.
and muffed Miami fumbles when two touchdowns in two minutes capped by a 23 yard pass to
even opportunities
punts, pltchouts Conference was to be tabulatedand Fertig. senior, put Southern
and 10 seconds of the final : Fred Hill.Momenta.
to grab a loose balLIt quarter .
came up announced from San Fran- Cal on the Scoreboard after takIng
was that sickening Saturday, rallying Southern later, Fertig hit chess later Saturday night, with the second half kickoff.A 61- hrbtlirr 1
In fact, the only life Florida attack showed In the first! California to a fantastic 20-17 Rood Sherman with another Oregon State and the other con yard parade ended with Mike
half was a 62-yard punt by Hal Seymour and a (3-yard tlon'upset, of Notre Dame, the foot.ball na- touchdown pass and the Trojans, tender, Garrett plunging over from the
top-ranked college
quick kick effort by Spurrier had It. 17 7.
one to make it -
Cal Into
Southern went
Miami second kick of the game was short to mid.field team. I this,
Stopped at nine atralght was the 36th meeting with the Irish,i Hill s touchdown ended an It- .
where Harper bobbled It. The Canes recovered and the The startling upset wreckedthe
the Notre Dame string of with a 1-3 overall record, and'yard march The try for the extra i
Galon had started their own troubles anticipated story-book finish
triumphs !In this, their miracle for the entire first half It point was missed and the
Biletnikoff, a deverlsh the first half with Us option run- of Notre Dame and Coach Ara
ning, then lost the ball at the Gators' 37 but fullback John 'arseghian, who was lured:year, while the victory kept seemed a certainty quarterbackJohn Irish were still ahead 1713 with I Ia
Southern Cal In the for Huarte and his aerial 1:43 left
Felber gave It right back two plays later at the 47. from Northwestern to rebuild running : ._. -, 1
In the second period Harper lost another fumble to MIami Notre Dame football fortunes
at the UF 47 From here Biletnikoff went to work with and had forged a M record and
a will. had the first Irish national Cadets Upset Navy,11-8
He found end Tom Coughlin open at the Caters 19 fora championship in IS years hrsight. ; tt .
yard third down pass. He then peeled around left end .
for 12 to the seven The 'Canes were third and one at the The victory probably put
one when Banaszak was hit hard, lost the ball, UF end Southern Cal in the Rose Bowl. End 5-Year Losing Siring
Lynn Matthews bad it in mid-air but fumbled, too, and Notre Dame rolled along as
Jack Sims fell on it for the UM at the four Cifra's field expected for the first! half, tabtug >
goal followed for the 3-0 edge at 9:1L a 17-0 lead before Fertlg gotthe I PHILADELPHIA (AP) 'field goal by Barry Nltkersnn against John Carter, got to the
Great Chance Trojans started. Quarterback Carl SUchweh and an 11-1 football upset over Army 21 near the finish but i a
The Galon got a great chance when Seymour later I They picked up one touchdown :marshaled five years of Army I'Navy Saturday, mauling Cadet defensive rush -
kicked to halfback Russ Smith at the Miami 22 and fee lost in the third quarter and frustration into a last quarter The favored Middles, gettinga shoved the Sailors' Roger $taa- ,.

(Continued ea Page (3) I cut the lead to 13-17 in the I drive which produced a 20-yard life from the kicker penalty bach Stlchweh back,to outdueUng his own the 47. more ISursts'I'llrouallllidllu t

celebrated Staubach in a battle

L A GATOR FAVORITE: Spurricr-Cascy Combo Clicks Again of senior field generals, was .
mindful of 1M3 when the clock
'let him and his mates two yards
shy of a stunning reversal.

: Army saw an M lead erasei OUGHDr Rr
on the second period effort of

F.OII IIAr Staubecli and Pat Donnelly plus
a two-point conversion pass to
0 Phil Norton with 2} seconds left
before Intermission.

But when Navy's Tom WO.
llama was far short and wide of
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before the end of the
third quarter, SUchweh look
firm command of the game.

I Stirling from bis 21, aU "k'
chweh, the WIllMon Park, N,Y tnlwcmutsUP4
Cadet with a fine nmner, goad,
passer label called ea Us talents MACHIt4EGUNPHOTOS
for a key 17-yard fake peas,
and left, end sweep to his 41.i .
GAlNESVILLErSUN :' jt Ji' 1 i On the nest play. .. lofted along 1 :

,,''' ,# aerial to end Sam Champi
who stopped short feinted his ai w 04ly t;
MEGUN'U 'way el tout eVfendrrs I
hiultd Pile reception to the If,
rTVTOSEd l good for a ttyard advance.'
I I risen the UStichcn ,.,...! .Put Gator Ahead, 12-10
any uhertd the ball to the I
three where, ea fourth -
MckertM kf ale APJC Tidal jig Old Riealrieifiewgla j'
retrfcoUn, His field goal
ie Div s '..* high and true, snore.W"'I 7, Georgia Tick 0-Page 02
mataf ep tor the tart .
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mfmlame/ the Opposing Team for Gators' Downfall

/ _| Sometimes v It takes the archenemy to do you a favorput gardless of who coached Florida or bow good a football solely on the Alabama game, which Florida lost 17 14 good personnel as Florida, much less better. Many are

after he's kicked your teeth In. Something like pickling team the Gators did or did not have. and looked quite good doing it most reluctant to concede even now.
you oft the ground, brushing you oft and pointing your tntil certain newspapers get off their one track, the University One game Is not enough to make such Judgment So we are hearing from some sources, that
in the right direction.It of Florida's football team will always be handicap University of Florida, In my view, has generally had, and to FSU on Saturday because ot a poor coaching Job .
et cetera .
McGrotha editor of the Tal has morale ind an oniide kick, toe much fumbling,
may be that Bill sports ped.The this year, good personnel, average superior
lahassee Democrat, has done Just that for the Gators. He newspaper attention that Florida gets, for Its foot' coaching-from a Iechnlc.l.tandpoInLIronyalld The chant Is ob-so familiar.

penned a column last week that Ia deserving of reprint in ball team, has always been a tw. edged swords. Florida Florida State bas a better football team than Floridain

iU entirety. almost .wry football season has been built up higher than the Future almost every regard, and were they to play ten more

Mainly because, I think, it Is fair, definitely non partisan It deserved. When Florida has failed to live up to this expectations times this year FSU would win a majority.
and most objective. McGrotha couldn't care less if the press has rapped the Caters more than they Florida's recruting. its available personnel has generally Florida coaches and pl.yerlery graciously concededthe

the Gators went 1-' provided that one win wasn't over Flor deserved. I think been overestimated. The Gators have generally merit of FSU on Saturday. Florida supporters would do

ida State. But be knows full well, as dots this scribe, that Even in such a clear cut victory as Florida State posted beaten FSU recruiting In the state, often quite soundly themselves and their school a service by facing facts and

the Gators' fall from grace the past few weeks has an explanation on Saturday a few of them, mostly privately, are place but this Is not necessarily enough. Both Florida and following suit
that die-hard UP fans refuse to admit. ing the blame everywhere but where It belongs. FSU have lost some top-flighten to out- lf-state schools like .An ironical part of this whole thing la that FSU now

Here's what he has to say: The blame belongs on Florida State's football team Per. Georgia Tech. And I doubt that Florida has done the out- may start getting similar sort of newspaper attention.
It w" tilt menm Mime C.rt,_ .... .11 WsiueII 11,1 'sew's lod, paragraph of-state recruiting Job that FSU has, the Seminoles did it But perhaps not.
.. .
Mot Itlrrlnt lOt ovon lee .uM.W51n
a Unfit oro UK Ootor kwt WM tram. .>< ,..._ wim nlcw MW .... el.., Florida has always received dominant coverage In virtually because they had no real alternative. Perhaps with more uniform sports coverage of both
Tn.t encd. er1M GMer. 1"1" end 'w.1t 0.M/ll 1,1.5 ...NtSAMMY In the has lived schools there'll be less of to off the deep
.IMINOLI every newspaper state. The notable exception Is Anyhow, one way, or another, Florida almost a tendency go
the Tallahassee Democrat And the reason for this Is Iden every year with the legend that it had great personnel end on one or the other.

Where and Why tical'with the reason that The Democrat gives dominant There's been a decided tendency to Ignore the fact that manyof And thus the University of Florida may receive Its great.

coverage to Florida State football. Florida's opponents have had excellent personnel. est blessing from a rivalry many of Its people never want

There Is some stirring around the Game & Fresh Water Few folks have been able to conceive of FSU having! as ed.

Fish Commission, which is concerned with a most serious I

manner. Suddenly, very suddenly, one of Florida's

most famous reptiles, the alligator, appears about to become Gator Primed

extinct in these parts. t 1 Cagers
Only one week ago Tallahassee was up to its ears in Ga

tors. And now-well the Came & Fish boys are probingthis

mystery. For With VMIBasketball
Over In Gainesville, friend Joe Halberitela reports that Opener

ene variety of the species Is still aboard. Bis telephonehas

been ringing, and Halbenteln laments "It's alwaysthe
the ether team that moves front and very pleased with our pre sea I Charlie Schmaus, 6 2, 1 forwards
Gators, Isn't it. It's never There Is more reader Interest In FSU In The Democrat'scirculation '
Florida that louses up. It's never the ether team Ik at area than there is In Florida. There Is more center this week for Florida's son practices We an in the best ; Jack Hartung, 1-9, center

d dots anything. It's always Florida that plays poorly. It's reader Interest in Florida In other newspapers' circulation\ Gators with two games on tap. physical and mental condiU o n ; and Joe Kurszewskl, 60;

never the ether team that plays well. It's always Florida's than there Is In FSU; generally much more. Coach Norman Sloan' cages that we have been "in any year 'and John Prosser, ( .1, guards x
coaches who are came planning wrong never the a fret There's no argument here with the fact that FSU is played will meet Virginia Military a t since I came here.

coaches game planning right" second to Florida in most of the newspapers. Newspapers Florida Gym Wednesday night The UF coach said, "P r a c- Top Scores b

While Pal Joey's voice remains strong, some of the other are essentially a business enterprise and an endeavor and will oppose Stetson here on tires have been more enjoyableand Schmaus averaged 14,2 pointsa

scribes who've been with UF all of the. way, or most of within their own code of ethics, to run news matter that Saturday evening the players have been more game last year while Kurs-
It Is of reader Interest SJoaa said Saturday "I a m zewskl hit 148 Gausepohl
are quite quiet primary Interested and spirited. They ,
Those Interested in Florida State might hope to see the situation have been more serious and 10.1.. Biggest graduation I oases

Where the Blame Is change, when Interest in Florida State reaches the I workmanlike and wt have accomplished were Bill Blair, top scorer s

same proportion around the state as interest In Florida Junior High< a great deal year ago; and center Bobby 1

They were had. They were had by themselves; not by or when newspapers individually deem that this is the case to I Sloan said he feels this year's Watson ( 7.Gainesville. I

Kay Graves, nor Pepper Rodgers nor Gene Ellenson, et ..1.It their own aress. squad has more confidence in 7 -
was their own opium that they smoked. It was the same Cage Season Sun
its ability to do what it has to.
opium that they've smoked pretty nearly every year re- A Two-Party StateThe There are no injuries. "A II
Published tvtningi except
I Opens FridayThe that remains Is for us to play I Saturday and Sunday ,.,arn.
here has been that when FSU the
opinion long beat under fire to see how well we've Ins by the Gaintsvill' Publishing
Bite Tech Gators for the first time In football Florida would start becoming Sloan said. : Company ot lOt SE
really progressed,
'Dogs city's Junior high school 2nd Ploct, Galntivillt Florida
; a "two party state, fairly evenly divided In Sem- The Gators will
bob. and Gator Interest basketball program will open wrap up practices -II. end ,""red of second clou
Monday and Tuesday for mattir et th* Past Otfct etCainetvlllt
Friday with s c h e d.uled. -
Well Saturday was a start, bat only a start It will be one game their home opener with VMI. Florida.CIKCULATION .

Sun Bowl-Bound awhile before there will be as much Interest la FSU foot- Sloan said he will not settle on RATES IT

b.lI. statewide, as Florida football. The day will\ be battened P. K. Yonge win play B n ch- a starting array until the day of CARRIER OR MAIL
U FSU turns up with winning teams and Florida with bola at 4:30: at the Blue Wave the game. I Week 45
losing There's like winner for Interest I } Mat. $5.SI
ones. aotblng a building
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) The accepting a bid to play in the gym. VMI, Southern Conference
amazing Georgia Bulldogs Sun BowL There Is so present, concrete Indication that FSU teams On Dec. 1, PKY will take on tourney champion list year Is All moil subscription must OPEN SAT. 'TILLCHRISTMAS
wrote storybook ending to one of the near future will have any more chance of being winners Buchholz again at PKY and on coached by Gary McPherson' b* sold In odvone.
a Even though the final than Florida .... Member of Audit Bureau of
score Friday, Dec. 11. there will be with Joe Hobbs all time Gator
of the biggest success stories of Circulation.All A Comploto DIM .f WMtor
the football season by beating was close, Tech was never In While there Is no challenge here of any newspaper's per- two contests. These will match cage great, as his assistant W.. Avaitebo.Goinesvilie .
the ball as the Bulldogs ngatlve of covering a football team as It sees fit, I.h itKHrlil cont>lnt4 Brain ll I'
Georgia Tech 7-0 Saturday and game space- Buchholx and Howard B op The Keydets have an all-vet .*. proMrty of IK* Otlnxvlll I Stockman
controlled the contest offensive. wise, there Is the opinion here, as Indicated earlier that at ( p.m. and PKY vs. West- eran club to start igainst the puWIUiInf Com,..", (c) I'M.production ...
and beat the Yellow Jackets University of Florida U hurt well the MANNER i In _I. or In Ml It Supply Co.
Iy as as helped by wood at 7:15 at GainesvilleHigh Gators. It likely will shape up ''lrlell 55r0dd.n wltt.ut M. wlffflt 13th Street
at their own game of defense. of dominant coverage. School with Jeff Gausepohl ( 4; and, perml"l.n of ... ,.,11I1....?. 5001 N.W.

Bowling Georgia scored h Its touchdownwith Basically, there's been, in my opinion, too little middle The remainder of the schedule -----.- .- -"
}.27 left In the third period ground. Coverage has been notably all black or all\ white; : ..> : .

Standings when quarterback Preston Rl- that Is, a Florida football team has been either great or Dec. 15, PKY vs. Bishop at ....III."< ': "". .

dlehuber bulled his way through lousy. There has been hardly any such thing as a Florida PKY, 4:30, Dec. II, Bishop vs "" _
."NT aW\ the Tech line from three yeards football team simply being good.It Westwood at 1:30 p.m. PKY; ''fl"' ." .'; .

W I. Is strange how quickly people forget. .how much they Jan. S, Buchholz. Westwoodat .
0M COM entered ill isMu'r
MMM h 1. outThat Insist on believing what they want to believe 1 30, CHS; and PKY vs (
P....) CrownSOMTM 55 15 Georgia drive started on In this manner most folks led to believe what ; 'tr. .
old*, luoollH 505 215 the Tech were by Bishop, 4:30, at PKY; Dec. 12, :
21 when Yellow Jacket ... Jt
..', .. m 1 read that Florida had ,
CI. lor. Iho* s as they great personnel, that Florida's PKY vs. Westwood, 4:30, at
4 5s 11 fullback Jeff Davis fumbled after
JoKmon PorWControl
PI.! Olllco luootyXn II 5/ schedule was Just about the toughest in the country, that Jan. 19, Buchholx vs. Bishop,
>. Otatrlbutort. II arWI being tackled viciously by despite this all-time\ tough schedule Florida would over. 4:13. at CHS; and PKY vs s1r
Pat Hunnlcutt and the Bulldogs'John
0.N nM.r. ss se come. Westwood, I:30, at GHS; Jan.
AlKlw Pens ton* OonorolHufM CoMloril's1ny11.1 Jt"U 55 Glass recovered. The schedule did look exceedingly tough at the start, but 22, Bishop vs. Westwood, 6:30

IvwtyLino I0 M Three plays later the Bulldogs took at It aow. SMUt Mliriulppt State. Ole Miss and An- at GHS; Jan. 28, Buchholx vsW .

Cw a IleeLTOa.y.I .. CIt" II C.... ,Ie.t" went on the Scoreboard the burn-all .f whom Florida beai-were tar from being as e at woo d, S:30, at CHS;
a. N.4Me II MOSS' = touchdown being set up on a !(- good team as they were expected to be. South Carolina, GHS; and PKY vs. Bishop, 4:30:
ll AI....WIIIIewTMmN.. .... Nowllol .. yard pass from Ridlehuber to whom the Colors also beat was terrible. Georgia, which at PKY; Jan. 29. Bishop r'uJ' CSIAMICS* tl Geld C coPPaa'Ml 5. 1 Leon Annbreater. beat Florida, was a better team than expected. So, too, was i Westwood, at GHS; PKY ,..

w LPM1Mm. FSU. Buchholx 7:13, at GHS; Feb.
," 50 II" It 1I11t The victory allowed Georgia, Overall, Florida has been fortunate In that so many of S, Buchholx vs. Westwood. 11:45: f
14.15 OtN 5.10SMnre which felt It would be fortunateto the teams were not as good as expected. The Gators were at PKY; Santa Fe vs PKY 4:30: ,

DM III n 51 "51 win two games this year, also fortunate, as Coach Ray Graves freely concedes, that at PKY: Feb. 0. PKY vs. San- r
LuilrMtnnlioo 2041 15" 5140 1710ai'puidie with a final season recerd of (-]. Hurricane Hilda forced postponement of the LSU gams. ta Fe at Santa Fe, 1:30: ; and .e

51 1. The Bulldogs\ will meet Texas If a case were to be made for Florida "greatness." be- Feb. 12. Buchholx vs. Bishop,

Media n r Tech In the Sun Bowl at El fore the Georgia or FSU games It had to be made, almost (, at GHS.I .
,.- ly 51tuns Paso, Tex, Dec. M.
Tech saw another scoring
chance skip with about I Allen Oliva
51110.11 4. Pifwlnoo, tl OocoH t away six .
Mown ti All Firot X 01..... 11 KIIMt minutes to go In the game when ,
Lintno ti .Morns S, ennMt NuNlve.nty
Moll stint ti Davis fumbled again on the
42 and the Rookies
CITY WOM' Georgia Bulldozs Top
w I. Leroy Dukes fell on the ball. I
llflU" ,HO tirktwo JM '"' I
Pint PodorolTOMlMrl ,. la Georgia was later forced to BOSTON (AP) American I

Pint Conol.Cltlnnl 55" NS's punt but killed\ the final Georgia league batting champion Tony I
-- IS Tech offensive driven when
'_', toutS SorVkOCm "It Oliva of Minnesota and third
ColoMorion I' ttI: quarterback Jerry Priestley I
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LARRY WOODS ry Brown back to his end position this year."

(Continued from Page II) Sun Sports Writer"I and myself and Steve Heldt Hal Seymour was just about
at linebacker the last Gator to leave the
the ball when pinched by two Gator tacklers with Jim Ben Just knew we had to win operated mostly
ton the Miami 25. v this one," said Steve Spurrier All in all I would have to sayit dressing room Saturday. He
recovering on
fine to finish said kicking with a "soggy
Saturday afternoon, "because was a very way
The Gaton went in reverse In a hurry. Spurrier lost nine,
U we hadn't it would have been before home fans," commented sock" wasn't as bad ai he expected
a lost three another and FlorIda
past more, was Incomplete Bernhardt. and added the Caters
awful hard walking around here
gave up the ball via a kick at the 19. Bernhardt, plus I host of other would now take LSO to close out
with head In the air
Miami kicked back to the UP 31 and the Gators cordially your
Florida players, were high the season,
Spurrier, Florida's polled i
fumbled to Miami with Pat Bateslc I
it away safetyman
In their praise for Miami's Bob "I was starting to feel bet-
sophomore quarterback, was assessing
third bobble at the IT
recovering Harper's
Biletnikoff, brother of Florida ter as the season progressed
the Gator's
The 'Canes raced the clock with 5& seconds left. They behind win over Miami come-frorn-i, and State's All America flac k e r and I knew It was going to

needed only two plays. Biletnikoff ran for 10 on the keeper even went one step further ]lookIng .] back, Fred. be tough beating Steve (Spur
at right end and then flipped to Banaszak for the final
to the Louisiana State game: "He's real tricky even on a Her out of that punting Job.
eight and the score. "This win will Rive us the! wet field," commened B a rry I don't believe I've ever had a
Then came Florida's surge In the middle ol the third pe spark we've needed. We can go! Brown. "He's also one of the better day than against Miami,"

riot out to Baton Rouge and play the best quarterbacks we've faced said the Starke Junior.
The Gators had to start from their own 18. On second ,
Tigers real tough ball
down Spurrier faked neatly, bootlegged the ball and then a game
I think we will be loose and set
fired downfleld Dupree who caught It Just as he was .
\ to play, he added. DVPREE GOES OUT
hit at the Miami for the first down. .
"But we needed to beat Miami I
FLORIDA ONE-YARD LINE In the worse sort of way.
Two straight plays saw the Gators get socked with losses 'Canes Had to Settle for Field Goal After Second-Quarter }lobbl.iFTER That second half effort we Jelled LIKE HE CAME IN
of nine and seven yards before Spurrier passed to end together like we havtn't
Gary Thomas for 20 to the Miami 41. On fourth and eight,
TRAILING 10.0 been able to do for a couple ofgames All-America Larry Dupree, the quiet, modest, young man
Spurrier kicked out of bounds at Miami's nine although added the John
now, his final college on Florida
fans booed at the strategy.It from Macclenny, played game
son, Tenn, quarterback.Laid
proved excellent, however.
It Line
Florida forced a third down kick, got the tall at Miami's en And In many respects he went out Just as he came
38 and set the gears in motion for a return to the form Graves 'Numb'By Larry Dupree the Ed, who Sullivan will show ap In-flashy, always determined and a threat
that marked their In the first half of the pear
play season. tonight along with other members Kids mobbed the 195-pound senior as he approached the
On first down Spurrier fired to Casey who slipped by of the American Coaches exit of the football field. He gave his chin strap to one
one Miami defender but was hit from behind at the 'Canes' and the rest begged him for a gift
18 LARRY WOODSSun ever seen by one of the greatest This compared to Miami's nine Association All America foot over-Joyed youngster ,
a gain.
20-yard third. Sports Writer football players ever to wear kicks for an average of 28 ball team, said Grave, "laid It "How about one of your shoe strings" pleaded the young
to the I formation Spurrier hit
Going shifty a I
Ray Graves admitted Saturday a Florida uniform." yards. on the line during halftime and sters. One boy tried to get Dupree to part with his pant
down to Harper at the six as the third quarter Hos-
ed. pass afternoon he was feel i n g I "I'm sure beating Miami In "When Seymour has a good we were a "different team that buckle. All the way approaching the Gator dressing room I

Harper cracked for four and then the last two to get the "numb" at halftime, trailing, this last home game meant a day we call him Harold. Only second half. that the kids swarmed their muddy rein-drenched hero.
wasted to
touchdown. The Gators disdained the tie at this point by 10.0, to a University of Miami lot to all the seniors," remarked when he kkka poor do we call "We had with me And all the way Dupree was patient and considerate with I
going for two and it failed. team that had come Into FlorIda Graves. him Hallle. I guess we can call pass Spurrier hit me earr.Iler his admiring fans. A motorcycle policeman stopped long

Miami had to look at a new breed of UF defenders after field sporting a four-game I Top Kicking him Harold this week," com but field we Just couldn't" said Ret Du.pret' the enough to gain his attention and shouted, "Good game Larry
right position, "
the kickoff. Held to five yards In three downs, Zachary winning"streak. Florida's kicking game kept mented Graves. I
kicked short to the Miami 49 to provide fine field position "But, smiled the Florida Miami pinned deep In their own Charlie Tate, Miami's head "Miami's saferyman did 1 n't It has been that way since the crew-cut Dupree first ran
for the winning TD drive. coach, "I'd rather win In "the territory most of afternoon. Hal coach, said Miami's Inability to even go for in* until I had gotten onto Florida Field. Even as a sophomore the kids knew
Key Gain half then In the first. Seymour, the bare foot boot- punt the ball certainly was a behind him," he added. A who to Identify with A game hasn't gone by on Florida
After Spurrier got five, he hit Casey on a third and five determined And that was exactly how a er from Starke, had his best big factor In the game. corner hack hauled Dupree Field where Dupree hasn't given away his chin strap to

play for a big 18-yard gain to the 28. Dupree and Spurrier ed back the Florida Hurricanes team 1210.turn game of the year kicking four I Florida suffered only one serious down only after Spurrier had an admiring school kid.

got another first down at the 17 as the latter slipped for "There's no two about times and averaging 42.5 yards; Injury and that being tackle connected for a 38 yard com His game winning touchdown up the middle of the Miami
nine on a keeper at right end. ways Dennis Murphy. Graves said
It I was numb coming into pletlon. line Saturday led coach Ray Graves to comment,
Then Dupree took charge. He wiggled his way to the the dressing room after that he did not know the extent of Jun Bernhardt, a Miami senior "It was a perfect play to typify his attitude, courage and
11 for six. He repeated on the same play, sliding off two first half But the assistant BUT BEAVERS the knee ailment but the 252- who finished his grid career determination It was a tremendous clutch effort by one of
Miami tacklers and then giving a little extra to pound senior did nut dress for
fans the
coaches got with the boys In a before partisan Saturday, finest football players who has ever put on I FlorIda I
lunge in for the last yard. Again a two-point play failed suslness like manner and with a SMELL ROSESSAN the second half. said Florida's decision to go uniform."
but the Gators led, 1210. I 'We needed this one," remarked -back to a basic type defense
few the Florida fans will miss '
changes played Larry Dupree
we type FRANCISCO (AP) Sportswriters
Miami had 1:35: left but the 'Canes also had a Fighting Miami
Graves. "Going out to probably caught by sur
of ball In that second half likei too
Despite Southern California's
Gator to deal with. Florida bored a punt, took over at Its
Louisiana State with a win under prise.
I i knew we. could, said I 17 upset victory over No 1 And, most of all so will the kids.
44, drove for one first down stumbled via a holding penalty Graves. our belts certainly gives us "We tried to give 'em something
and then Seymour kicked Into the end tone with 2:58 Those "few changes" Craves State's ranked Beavers Notre Dame were, Oregon named a little more breathing room," new in that first half andIt -LARRY WOODS \
to no. concluded the Florida coach. didn't work. We moved Bar
was referring to were mostly Saturday to battle the University .! ,
Miami had a shot at It, going to their own 45 on a BileUnikoff
defensive. For one thing de- of In the
a Michigan ROM Bowlat
Smith pass for 13 and another to Coughlin for 10.
End Lynn Matthews knifed In to sock The BUtzer for an cnslve plan of using Just one Pasadena, Calif, New Year'i
linebacker (Barry Brown) I
18yard loss. Barry Brown then toned Biletnikoff at the against the Hurricanes was Day.It What the Writers Say
UM It with a minute to go as Miami made a try rather discarded and Florida went took two hours I to completethe
than kick on fourth down. voting from the faculty rep-
back to a basic five ]line
,r man
Florida's strategy chilled some fans here as the confi- resentatives for athletics from
dent Gators vent for another acore rather than run out the with four linebackers each of the eight member F. T. MacFccfy The AP In time for Florida's Gators to log a stunning 11-10 come
clock. Turning Point schools in the Pacific Athletic from.behind football decision on a day more suited for swamp

Interception point"That for pass 38 to yard.Dupree) was(good the Conference, Indicating a close GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) Sophomore Steve Spurrier buggy racing.

Ratesic grabbed Spurrier's pitch in the end zone with 23 turning point," said Craves vote between the two teems who roused Florida from three quarters of lethargy to a wild
t seconds left to give Coach Charlie Tale's gang one more "That seemed to give us a shared the conference championshIp driving finish and a 12-10 football victory over Miami Sat. Lutlier Evans, 4'Miami HeraldFlorida's

chance from Its 20. spark of life we didn't have In with 3-1 records. urday,
Biletnikoff fired twice but had only five yards to show for the first half." Spurrier triggered two touchdown drives in the fourth football cast converted from near-champs to near-

"I It. A five yard penalty for offside gave Miami the final Gene Ellenson, F lor Ida's Bears Steam quarter on passes to end Charles Casey. When he got theMI.mI chumpe by fumbles In the season's second half, waited until
heave which halfback Don Clancy couldn't get at Florida's affable defensive line coach, defense spread, he ran through the middle or calledon the fourth quarter Saturday to make their comeback

29 with two Gator defenders on him. said the Steve Spurrier to Du- Rice 27.20 Larry Dupree to smash through the Hurricanes, who had Then the Gates were something to behold and the
Miami won the statistics battle but one time this year pree pass was a "big morale appeared to have command of the game at haUlim University of Miami athletes are sorry they had to be In

Florida managed to finish on the long end of the score. actor" and Just the thing I WACO, Tex. (APTerry) Spurrier won the battle of sophomore quarterbacks from Florida Field to see them.

The defeat ended Miami's campaign at 451. The Ga needed to put "some Juice Into .Southall passed for two touchdowns Bob Biletnikoff of Miami But for the first half Biletnikoff With the underdog Hurricanes leading JJ-0 and U minutes
tors, now (-3, will close out next Saturday In Tiger Stadium both Florida units." set up two more and befuddled Florida with his option sweeps to right and left away from t their fifth consecutive victory, the Galore: threw a
at Baton Rouge. This is the game postponed back on "We played ball in that sec- threw to Lawrence Elkins for two touchdown knockout punch and down went the Mlamlans,
Oct. 3,by Hurricane Hilda.It and half like we used to play 12-10, before 1lIlfan..
two conversion points SaturdayIn Tom St. Pete Times __ .
__ ..
should be Interesting to see which Florida team showsup around here," snorted Ellenson. ]leading Baylor a 27-20 victory Kelly, _
to play the Tigers, 7-1-1 and Sugar Bowl-bound, in the "On paper we had a good defense .
Rice and third .
1964 finale placein Florida came back from Niver-Never Land yesterday with r
worked out but as -
Score by quarters: knows those paper games anyone the Southwest Conference. tenderfoot Steve Spurrier and Eagle scout: Larry Dupre 1 1PRACTICE 1W

Florida .." '_,.. ??????_,.,?._, I I I 12-It I don't come out Just the way you Elkins, closing out a great showing the way
Miami ....._.......... .._ I 1* I 1-11 plan> them. The kids Just got a I career, caught four passes to Miami was the 12-10 victim of the merit-badg perform.
Miami -Cllr., field goal, 20. Utile more determined in that i set an NCAA record for two seasons once as Florida crammed two touchdowns into six mlnu-
Miami Banaszak, I, pass from Biletnikoff. Cilra second halt," added Ellenson. with 120 receptions. It bettered uses of the fourth quarter and doomed Hurricane head man I
(kick) Graves termed Dupree's final I by one the record set In Charlie Tate to a -first season.TomMcEiccn. I

Florida Harper, 2, run. Pass failed. period plunge into the end tone, :Ml-tt by Hugh Campbell of

Florida Dupree, 11, run. Run failed. "One of the greatest efforts I've 'Washington State. I .. Tannxt Tribune !

t I

Florida found the emergency cord on the disaster express ::
yesterday In the nick of time '

With Miami comfortably la control 10and a third In

I 0 UCOD a row defeat In prospect, the Caters stopped fumbling and I
.. turned on the Hurricanes with max'bine-gun fourth period
T e touchdowns (two in six minutes) and a Une Ut win that
I left '.m limp here at Florida "wld.I .


Bob Ba sine, Orlando Sentinel W

After 40 minutes of not-10 beautiful slumber, steeping ,
beauty woke up here yesterday.

Battling stave off a complete route for almost! three ,

4. quarters, Florida finally blasted III way loom for a 13-11 I

/ ,4 victory over the Hurricanes en the soggy turf *f Florida :

lull Kalll'l Florida TimesUnionAfter ? N
y ,

i;; fumbling, stumbling and bumbling Us wey through t

the most miserable first half to Coach: Ray Craves five.
year tenure as bead football coach. Florida picked Itself vp
off the soggy turf here today and dealt Miami s stunning
1111 uppercut with two fourth-quarter touchdowns before Sty
111 fans.

'The Caters, who had been aQ but pinned to the wan by

the vigor and viciousness of the eight-point underdog Hurricanes GOLF BALLRETRIEVER
to the first 30 minutes, came to life hut to time
to preserve their sixth victory of the season agamat three


Bill Blodgctt,


McKeel Leads Interference la Thin Early Fourth-Quarter Action Puce Cup Over Boll end Push Down

Mjmi's Hurricanes found estaUe solace: SB a rainstorm for
38 minutes here Saturday but unfortunately, the ram teased Trouble ,,.. Spring Forces Bell!

Spurrier. to Dupree Top PlayBy by Into Climate Bog (Spring) not affected

UF Grid Statistics
MS MSSENAMhuet tort elf and winging a comeback |; Tat was pleased with the I Thee Tate WIle .? with a Bog Hold 60 Bald

j Spwta Editor 12-11 football victory ever'play of his sophomore quarterback .M stateont be had Bade earlier /Ne's N.aYI.v.see
Miami it Florida hey to Use from Walking Position
Saturday Bob Biletnikoff: who ran:
i A 31 yard pa'18p the IDleSt -'fkld. I and passed tile Hurricanes I1M la the seesMi "I wouldn't trade aw, am ,. ... ---.of weer: w

t (T* to the third period was the I That play gate them feed halftimo !lead.EfuBy I'BJetnikofI far OT sophomore -'_ ,, ... I-e_ "* ""
that !brake the HurrtraneVfe7k field BcsttJoii," Tate said at ke W.IIt (quarterback.1 I .. *- JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING GOODStarifcunftef
,NMee *" c. *we.M v.
WWDi Coach
aceartolto .!leaned against the dressing el Bob's better / .... Mr v.. ..... .... .
was one I Tate wrapped t with ". + Cowl '-- M I atr *!lorta Jf"e Good *<. <.*
Charbe Tat*. door aDd about ip .j ..... i* i w ease euarrne.r.w
room thought games but sot seeessanry his _
well enough to .jI raw CKIIWI ao awl r I Illl VifcwiMv+ *.. M..&k.
Tae was referring to Steve1fjcurner's 'ewe bars ., Baddy football beat"' T te said. "He las played I played ea .., ,., MJIJ
pree feat sent the Florida Ca-Ithat I hurt as tile !no.t" | Ilbe other" I. N n


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. ,,,,,.,, Sun Sunday November
_.. 29. '''4

I Effective Gun Legislation Said NeededEDITOR'S J

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( NOTE There Is riling public concern ever violent United States our youngsters, armed with toy guns, practicethe ment, and In too numerous loopholes for.eves on. The key
Incidents and controversy ever the use of private firs arts of ambush and homicide. Our little ones go to bed: to successful firearms control is In a coordinated: system
arms Is not confined to sportsmen or those who would ban at night stimulated by acenes of violence, and are being conditioned -. from the federal level downward 'to the smallest vttlaje. and

guns. to manslaughter as something normal! and commonplace hamlet,with all echelons of government freely)cooperating. _
In an effort to further examine the proposals for Improved .

regulation of the distribution, possession and use el Reform Is needed but In any reform there Is danger of Simple Regulations above- simple and
lethal firearms The Sun presents this article by Col. Joseph over regulation and consequent resentment and evasion. The firearms regulations suggested are' \I
P. Donnovln Sr., U.S. Army, retired. easily complied with. For the individual, and for auffiflrlzed
This should be avoided Target shooting and hunting for game
Colonel Donnovln, of 3441 N.W. 12lb Ave., knows guns and are great sports. They should not be discouraged. Marksmanship organizations, they would require only the rejlstrsttpn of
with the local County Sheriff! ;-the acquiring
and their rifled lethal firearms
Die. He describes himself aa "not a crusader aa should be encouraged. There Is occasional need for fire- .
evangelist, or I reformer." He was I longtime ofllcer ef tile arms for personal protection and the security of the home. of a "Permit to own; the reporting of newequisl.lions |
Regular Army, Is I combat veteran of three wan, an artilleryman These are worthy ; and the reporting of sale, loss, or changes In ownership.For .
purposes.Coordinate firearms:_they would
and a rifleman the dealer or other dispenser of
He does not advocate the prohibition of personal) possessionof Control require that be be licensed; that he refrain from the dispensing
firearms, nor the stl/Iing of the American infatuation The Indiscriminate peddling of firearms is another matter, of certain types of firearms to persons, firms, or organiza-
with guns, but advocates simple effective controls, at an and legislation Is needed, at all governmental levels, that tlons not in possession of current, valid "Perml ..'ewn,"
levels of government, over the possession of lethal firearms will coordinate control over lethal firearms. If we can defeat or properly validated dealers' licenses; and that'H,.snake
and the traffic In them.) the arms lobbyists and the legislator who listen to them, and prompt: reports of transactions In certain classes of weaponsto
overcome the objections of those who resent even the mildestof the local registering authority.
By COL. J. P. DONNOVIN SR. regulations and those who profit through violence, we can For law enforcement personnel they would provide a modI.
United States Army,Retired bring about such coordinated regulation without interferingwith cum of security, and a more rapid identification of firearms
Custom and tradition die slowly Long after they are outmoded the privileges of honest and responsible citizens. used unlawfully. For the lawbreaker they would mean re-
and even dangerous, they cling to life. So it la with To be really effective, any program for the regulation of duced access to lethal firearms and greater risk in :their
the arms-bearing tradition In the United States.In the sale, distribution and possession of firearms must be national possession and use. It Is believed that the psychological effect

our colonial days, and In the early days of our national In scope; It should be uniform at all echelons of government might be Important.
expansion, the welfare of a man and his family depended ; and it should facilitate the exchange of Information For the public at large they would provide an .Improved
a upon his possession of firearms and his ability to use downward, upward and laterally. Leadership In, and the pattern measure of security that would increase with time as the
them. They provided meat for his table and protection from of, such a program should emanate from the Federal regulations became more effective. For arms registration
hostile savages, white marauders, and wild animals. LittleIn Government, and the State and Local Governments should duties in the first period of registration, but after the initial
COL. JOSEPH P. DONNOVLN the way of an organized military existed, and the malesof follow with coordinated legislation.As activity very little In the way of added clerical duties.
.discusses gun laws a community were part of the armed militia, subject to a minimum we should have, at the Federal Level: Coordinated firearms regulation, such as those suggested
call, with gun and powder horn, to the common defense. 1. Strong legislation in interstate traffic for the control of above, would in no way infringe upon the "right to keep and
The law was slow to follow a rapidly advancing frontier, the distribution of firearms and ammunition of American bear arms." They would merely establish the equally valid
FredericksonNo.lasNFL and a man still needed his personal weapons In the periodof make, and over the Importation and distribution of foreign- right of an apprehensive public to know who keeps and bears

western settlement But, the western movement finally made weapons. tIv Jn.
ground to a halt about the turn of the century. Civil law, If 2. A national requirement that all firearms capable of Inflicting Considering the number of firearms presently at large In
not complete order, followed in its trace. A Regular Army lethal damage to persons, be registered with some the United States, coordinated firearms regulations would not
had come Into exlatance, a formalized National Guard even existing, recognized law-enforcement agency. Let the definition be an immediate panacea for the ills created by the illegaluse
tually replaced the militia system, and local law enforce- of a lethal firearm be one that, If fired at I man of firearms, but in the course of time they would become
capable of Inflicting a fatal more and more effective. The time to start Is now.
ment officers took over responsibility for local security. from a reasonable distance. Is
Yet, the tradition of an arms-bearing people lingers on. woundIt
Starts DraftNEW This continuation stems not only from custom aid tradition may be argued that guns can be lost, stolen, smuggled
but from a loose Interpretation of Article Two of the traded, or given away, and that registration would Vanderbilt, Beats Vols 7-0
original ten Amendments to our Constitution, which reads: have little effect in reducing crimes of violence. But, if ,

YORK (AP) The N. Louis Cardinals of the NFL and "A well regulated militia being necessary to the securityof the simple possession of an unregistered, lethal firearmIs For First Time Since
tlonal Football League drew the New York Jets of the AFL, a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear made a punishable offense, a great deterrent effect 1959
lint blood in its dollar war with and Larry Elkins, Baylor flank arms, shall not be Infringed." would result. Registration should Include the fingerprinting
ftn younger American Football er-end picked by Green Bay of of reglstrees, and the test-Identification of all rifled NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) to the Tennessee four.
league Saturday after taking the NFL and Houston of the THE OTHERS guns above 22 caliber and guns of 22 caliber of the high-I Senior halfback Bob Sullins
Npte that the writers of that Amendment based It Sullins hit right guard for two
upon woman should scored the only touchdown of his ,
to complete the first AFL. powered classifications. No honest man or
eight hours the need for "a well regulated militia," a need that has I then dived over the same
to the takingof college career Saturday to spot
college Three Picks to the registration of personal weapons, give
rounds of drafting object
f f 20 long been outdated. did have again for the
I They not In mind the armingof pistols, Vanderbilt a 70 Southeastern score. The drive
of high-powered
the test
.'ent. Chicago had three picks In the> fingerprints, or firing
mobsters, gangsters, kidnappers, extortionists, dope addicts Conference football covered 81 yards !In seven plays,
victory over
Long before the 14 NFL clubs first round as a result of deals revolvers. or rifles.
and other killers so that they might on the pub- climaxing Vanderbilt's first
prey to start favored Tennessee.
have place
crimes would a
bad made all their first picks, with Pittsburgh and Washing Police Investigating
lic. Nor did have In penetration of Tennessee
mind the dissident
they of to territory
supplying arms
dub ownen announced that ton. After San Francisco had and In the tracing of weapons involved In criminal acts, and It was the Commodores' first in
Insurgent the .
three of the players had signed picked Ken Willard, North Carolina organizations.The the users of firearms in violation of the law would be decision over the Volunteers game.Tennessee
so-called to and bear
right Is
keep arms no longeran
two who fullback the second at considerable disadvantage. since 1959. Tennessee had
contracts Including on unrestricted placed won drove to the Van-
right under strict
were high on the American draw, the Bears selected Dick Article of Amendment quoted a above Interpretation since the of the 3. A provision in the law to the effect that the the-scene nine of the previous 10 games in derbilt one In the first half, but
League draft lists. I Butkus, All-America linebackerof condition for a "well regulated militia", Is qualifying possession of any firearm by a law violator at the tune the aeries the Commodores held for fours
The New York Giants made 1963 from Illinois; Gayle Say. quirement for the security of free no It longer la rather a re- of his commission of any crime or felony, will be con- I Sullins' third quarter touch. downs within five-yard line.
Tucker Frederickson, 215-pound era, swift Kansas halfback, and privilege still available to responsible our atate.Americans a sidered as presumptive evidence of intent to kill if necessary down was set up by halfback An earlier drive to the Commo-
Auburn fullback and safetyman, Steve DeLong 250-pound guard- lege that should be reserved to responsible citizens. a privi and a basis for Increasing the offense and pun- Toby Wilt's 40-yard() Jaunt> dore 13 stalled and the field
the league's No. 1 pick and tackle from Tennessee. ishment. around right end which' carried goal
For those who would attempt was no good.
argue against this opinion, It Is __ _
within an hour announced he Sayers was chosen by Kansas pointed out that all rights and 4 A requirement that any firm or Individual dealing in
bad signed a contract in Birm- City and DeLong by San Diego countervailing forces of other privileges are subject to the firearms In Interstate traffic have a current, valid, fed
rights and
Igham, Ala. In the first round of the AFL privileges that may eral permit to do so. Make evasion of this provision a
modify or them. Examples of such modifying
Later the Detroit! Lions picked draft. Butkus was picked by rightsare punishable offense.
too numerous to list here. It.
One has
another fullback, 220-pound Tom Denver of the AFL In the second the only" to point to }. A requirement that no person or firm shall ship or I flush
rights of the "Police Power 4Paa
Nowatzke and within minutes .round,as that club's top choice., nent Domain." and of "Emi transport in interstate traffic, by any means whatsoever, I. _

I their representative In New He said he was undecided be- In the case of lethal firearms there is the any lethal firearm activated or Inactivated, or by Incre- casuals
York bad the player's name on tween the two clubs. of countervailing ments, unless the request for same Is supported by a
the BaltImore As a result of trades San right good citizens to security of their lives and proper dealers license Issued bya litany
a contract. Finally and valid "Permit to own, or a ,
ty the of stocking
Colts chose Duke fullback- Francisco and Green Bay each spect, for law and right order.sovereign governments to demand re- recognized law-enforcement agency of the locality of
linebacker Mike Curtis and had two first round picks In addition The the customer. Make violation of this provision
manufacture and sale of firearms and ammunition !
promptly signed hint to Chlcago'i three while .
In the
Nowatzke also was the first Pittsburgh, Washington, Philadelphia distribution States Is big business. The Importation and 6. An arrangement for placing the administration of fed
round choice of the New York. and Cleveland were left foreign-made arms and ammunition Is a considerable eral firearms regulations under a single, existing federal
Jets In the American League 1 out of the round. business There Is very little effective control over law-enforcement agency capable of coordinating exchange
the sale
while the Kansas City Chiefs The selections Included seven and distribution of these weapons. It requires little of Information with State and Local lawenforcement
picked Curtis In the AFL third I running backs, two quarterbacks more than the price, and a post card, to purchase anything agencies.
I from a small caliber pistol to a machine gun, an
round. two pass-receiving specialists At State and ]Local Levels
a linebacker, a tackle anti-tank gun, or a cannon.In 1. Require the registration of aU lethal firearms, and the
First Choice :and two defensive backs. One the United States, illicit traffic In arms and ammunition deposit of fingerprints, with an appropriate, existing, local
Nowatzke and Frederickson player, Donnie Anderson of Texas Is of long standing. In our colonial and territorial days, law enforcement agency; I county Sheriff's office for
probably will be used primarilyas : Tech, was chosen by Green unscrupulous traders all too often provided the enemies of example. Registration should Include the ballistic firingof
running backs by the NFL I Bay as a future lie still has a our security with arms of better quality than the weapons rifled firearms of the high velocity, larger caliber
dubs although both play well on .,year of college eligibility.The provided by our governments. Something similar exists today variety. Make failure to do so a punishable offense. |
defense. The Colts drafted Cur order of the NFL first In the easy access of lawless elements to lethal fire- 2. Require that each merchant dealing in firearms havea

tis as a linebacker rather thanas I round was Frederickson, Wil- arms. current, valid permit to do so. Require that such merchants

a ball carrier. I ard, Butkus, Sayers, quarterback BIG LOBBIES- maintain an up to date record of transactionsIn
The Giants said they had I Craig Morton of Californiaby Big business means big lobbies, and the uncontrolled traffic firearms. Require, further, that no dealer may sell
: picked! frederickson "becausewe I Dallas, DeLong and Andcr- in firearms goes on despite the best interests of the pub- or convey a lethal firearm unless a customer presentsa
consider him the best all- I ion.After ,, lie. Suggestions for the sane and reasonable regulation over current valid "Permit to own," or a dealers license, I
around "football player in the them came Notre the sale and distribution of lethal firearms are met with Issued by an existing, recognized, local law enforcement With Hush Puppies You
muntry. I Dame's Jack Snow by Minnesota specious rationalizations and maudlin references to Article agency. RELAX With
The FL club owners used up t tIJIst : ; Clancy Williams, Washing Two of the original Amendments to our Constitution quoted 3. Require that a prospect for the acquisition of a lethal Your Shoes ON
/ eight hours making their I ton: State halfback, by Los Angeles above. firearm from any source, obtain or be In possession of,
first round choice, falling eight ; Elkins by Green Bay Only recently on television an executive of an arms-man a current, valid "Permit to own" issued by I local, existing HUSH PUPPIES from Young- SEE OUR BIG
minutes short of the elapsed I Nowatzke by Detroit, Namath ufacturing firm disparaged firearms registration, and pon- recognized law enforcement agency. to lt.Lodltt". Siz.11 1'h\6 /labout $1-$91> AD IN THIS
time record they set a year ago. I jy St. Louis, George Donnelly, tificated that It Is not the gun that is at fault In cases of violence Basic requirement for the Issuance of a "Permit to 14 lobout $ -$Man's) SoUl to SUNDA Y'S
They were scheduled to go I Illinois defensive back, by San but the man who wields the gun. The fallacy of that own" should be establishment of Identity, reasonable ex-
through 20 rounds.In I Francisco, and Curtis remark is apparent to all. That comment would be equal planation of the need for a particular firearm, and evI- MEN'S &WOMEN'S family
addition to Nowatzke, two ly valid In defense of the narcotics traffic, or In defense of dence of good character. None of these requirements GOLF SHOES WeeklyCHRYSLER'Sl
of three players selected by the OklaltomaComeback arsonists.On should be difficult or time consuming for a responsible About $12
to $14BL
Chicago Bears also were first the same broadcast a distributor of foreign-made firearms citizen or a reputable dealer.
round choices of AFL clubs. So Justified his traffic by saying that machine guns 4, Require that the owner of a lethal firearm submit a S SHOE DEPT. .
were quarterback Joe Namath and like weapons are sold mainly as souvenirs, and that simple post card type report of his registering authority,
of Alabama, picked by the St.N.n's they are Inactivated prior to shipment Who, as a private' if a lethal firearm la sold, lost, stolen, traded or otherwise

citizen, has need for a machine pistol, a bur -2Un. a ba. disposed of. ,
Wins 21.16 looka:or an anti-tank gun? Who: other than our organized S. Prohibit the possession and use of lethal firearms by

a 3what. military, an occasional museum, or our law. enforce- any person convicted of a crime of violence, and persons l I
STILLWATER Okla. ment organizations has valid need for heavy weapons As proven to be of unstable character.
( )
ofa Fumbling Oklahoma, frustrated to Inactivation,. almost anyone with a little mechanical Ingenuity 8. Withdraw permits and licenses from any person firm. ,I
by Its own miscues for three can reactivate almost any presumably emasculated or corporation found guilty of evasion of firearms regulations Vi4T0ii[ Mti1l4 IMQit[ .
firearm. and subject violators to such other penalties as the
boy to periods quarter, Saturday twice In and the defeated final The basic purpose of a gun is to kill or destroy, whether law and the offense may Indicate.

traditional rival Oklahoma the target be a clay pigeon, a game animal or a nan. Many of the above regulations are currently in operation
Violence Is on the upsurge In the United In various jurisdictions Fault lies In lack of lack
Office Furniture State for the 19th straight States, and cachesof uniformity, CENTRAL CHARGE-t-L CHARGELAYAMPiYFREE
year 21-11. arms are uncovered frequently. For what purposes are lof Intercommunication multiplicity of Federal. State, and -- GIFT WRA/FIND--
The Sooners. who will play these arsenals assembled? Certainly not for peaceful pur Local administrations Involved lack of strict law enforce-

Florida State In the Gator Bowl poses. Armed mobsters are aU too common, and law-enforce
Jan. 2, lost five fumbles and ment victims officers, as well as unarmed citizens, are almost dally Clips Crusaders : .

gave up the ball once on a pass of armed lawbreakers. Certain dissident and revolutionary NEWTON, Mass. (AP) -
interception.Three welfare within organizations the openly and publicly threaten guerilla Quarterback Ed Foley took to S g5
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Oklahoma State 13. I and 27- entertainment To make matters worse, our less responsible news and game stuttered and brought 1965 SI MCA:
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Sunday, November 29, 1964_Colneivllle Sun 05ECKDAHL


GHS Notches 19-6

Victory in FinaleBy


MS NISSEN Forest Hill accepted the bid I ITATIITICIFlrrt 'I
Assistant Sporli Editor Thursday night after dropp I III'.,eNS C,*,..
Its first game of the season to I UI'
1501w asI
The fourth straight opponent rival Palm :Beach High. It left -. ,...,.. .
ell by the wayside Friday nightat the Falcons with a I 1 record.I Yoe P. .="':...., I.I ITe 1e
Citizens Field as Gainesville 55 \'- e.0.. 5..I55' 45
The visiting Indians gave the .- .,
High completed its regular-sea- ; rum *_'.M by 1PwitMM
football Hurricanes all they could han- u.. ...... .21.
ion play.Choctawhatchee dle in the first half but couldn'tshove e Ml I
:: was No 4, is .. vow.....MM P..nle5r 41
the ball across the goal 0 be "'
and the icore was 19 I on a INI 4.7 lit

chilly night for grid action. line.Galnesvllle'a MCIM_.... tummftryiiNOMMtni Isles I
The win pushed the Hurt I- defense rose to OMI Irwmi 1 OS
the occasion three times to halt ni emi HIM l Sien.". PATOltnn
canes' record to 6 $ and .,. .
gavethem (MM Irani "" '1.
117 points to 20 for the Choctawhatchee:: drives deep in C....,_...... Pu.s. ,IM CISwnA
v.5,500 NmMa.Choctawhatchee
I opposition In the last four con Hurricane territory. The closest
the Indians came was the
tests. 20 s yard line,
Gainesville tastes Its final I seven-yard line. fumbled the ball, and I n d i 11 n
GIFFIN FUMBLES ON TD TRY 1964 action next Friday night in GHS scored midway through end Dana Fagan scooped it up
.Choctawhatchee player recovers Ocala's Sunshine Bowl against the first period after recovering yards.
a fumble on the Choctawhatchee::
West Palm Beach Forest Hill. Gainesville came out strong
15-yard line.Fullback I lit the second half and tacked
BY HASTINGS IN POTATO BOWL Eugene Branch bolt- seven points on the Scoreboard

ed the distance on first down to' In three minutes.
make it 6 0, A pass for the Halfback Brian Hipp swivel

I extra point failed. hipped his way 31 yards down
Lake Butler Beaten 206By Fullback: Duff Makl, a rugged the right sideline In to the end
158 pounder, ran wild for the lOne for the icore. Quarterback
Indians In the first two periods, Jackie Eckdahl fired a pass to SWEEPS
piling up 117 yards rushing on halfback AI Giffln for the extra, .GIIS quarterback racks up gain

JACK KORAN could steal only three yards !series came when Whitty took I I Defensively, Tiger fullback 13 carries. Ha ran the ball only point to make It 11 0 and dashed 80 yards for Ihe But time ran out before the Hur
Sun Football Assistant from the stiff Baldwin line on the ball on a double reverse and Grlner and Thomas played a three times In the second hat The Hurricanes drove for score A run for the PAT was rlcanes could get another playoff
HASTINGS Baldwin High two plays. On third down, Ly- rambled 22 yards. A 15-yard bone-Jarring game. Grlner and finished the night with 124 another touchdown early In the I no good .

School relied upon "three yards ons missed a Jimmy Thomas clipping penalty was overcome, showed up anywhere on the ed by a 25 yard aerial from final period, capped by a two .I Gainesville made another etliipp pared the Gainesville
and a cloud: of dust" type football -pass at the five-yard line. When and the Indians culminatedtheir field there was a ball carrier, Eckdahl to end David Crown yard smash by Branch. A run fort to score In the dying are rushers with 107 yards on 11
and overpowered Lake Thomas tried to pass on the efforts on the Lake Butler while Thomas directed his ac- and a 14 yard scamper b y for the PAT failed. onds when Eckdahl weaved his carries, and Branch added 45
Butler" 20-8 to .win Its 19th last down, he was tossed for I
an tion to up-ending tailback Dor- Branch. .
The 63 drive to the Indians' 25. In runs.
one.There yard was yards
itralght game In the Potato 11-yard loss. Smith plunged over for sey Motes, GHS threatened to score again spark-.!.a.r.E.Jard. ._ _
Bowl here Friday night. Another Score I the touchdown and Motes ran Thomas was the game's leadIng minutes later, but the Indians
The Indians, who were 10-0 Baldwin took possession of the the extra point. ground-gainer with a totalof turned the tables and picked up|
during the regular season, pleased ball and punted on third down Lone Score 109 yards. their lone touchdown. Area Schools Eye I
a full house at this fourth from their own 24. The punt Lake Butler averted a shutout Eckdahl was hit hard at the
annual post-season tilt with traveled 47 yards to the Lake, immediately after Baldwin L..e l Mwli'.
crackerjack running by backs Butler 29 and helped set up the kicked off. On the first play, 5 T Pre Pint,, ivMlff.m>m II I l lPrwn (S)

Dorsey Motes ((98 yards) and Indian's next touchdown. I Thomas flipped a pass to Dukes I From _INt.,'tI..'. I II 1 1IQ Stale Grid New Sports Loop !
Mickey Smith ((95 yards). Lake Butler lost a yard on who picked up 24 yards. With a Vim .,.,liw4 ....,..* fV
Lake Butler, now 8-3 came off! two plays and Thomas decidedto First down on the Baldwin 40, a e You | UM4 MHfef !XPMM < -
the field with the runner-up go to the air on third down. Thomas ripped off IS yards, e fze P._ .onotI1M( witt bY 4 I PlayoffsScheduled BRANFORD A half dozen Representatives from Trenton HONDAPROUDLY
trophy, but played a closer He faded back and shot a bulls- yards. Then the senior quarter. 1 '_bl.. IM *. mall Class B schools will meet Newberry Keystone
game than the score Indicates. eye right Into the hands of back darted around left end and II Sort ky V ow.ilriwti1M. KM ,....n... H here Monday night to discuss Heights, Branford, Jennings and

The Tigers never quite got their Baldwin wingback Shelly Whitty. jogged 25 yards for the Tlger'i ,.,-. lullw. 5aee enema<: ormation of a new athletic conerence. Greenville are expected to attend HINTS
offense clicking against the Whitty took the sideline route for only score. uy ...m.fy. .
r: : THI
.., The stale school football -- -
eve high
fierce Indian defense. All-Area the end zone with Thomas on The PAT kick was wide and I ....,.'.-. run run fOIl(Ml.ItMwIn I ml III, Trenton, Newberry, Brinford,
Jimmy Thomas completed only his heels. Thomas made the score was 204. rem (11 PAT run M.,.., Smim, run;; playoff games In Class AA amA Greenville and Jennlngi resigned
"III,_PAT rut ty M..... are set for Friday, Floyd Dean to Give Super SportsCI10)
,three passes out of 14 attempts, second tackle and caught IllSI-I from the Suwsnnee Conference -
Lay, executive secretary of Florida
some of which probably cost at the one-yard line. last week. Keystone ( ) so ce
Lake Butler a touchdown or two. Smith then punched it over on High School Activities Association Cage ClinicAt Heights currently Is a memberof

Baldwin managed to post a the first play to score for the Tipoff Club Sets said Saturday.In the St. Johns River Confer Fleshy first cousin of the
Class AA Coral Gables.
wore in every period but the Indians. Motes added the PAT Boys' Chili nee.Lei.
keels Honda 50 but with
third while four fumbles and 70 and Baldwin led, 13-0. defending slate champion, will Rhodsn, Keystone coach ,
yards in penalties ,held the Again Lake Butler shot down meet Orlando Colonial at the The first annual basketball said the schools are hopeful of more ringed ityllnf. For
Initial Orange Bowl In Miami Colonial forming a loop to compete In tho enthusiast who vents
reins on other potential scoring into scoring territory and againit MeetingThe clinic Is set Wednesday at the
is III and Gables football basketball and other "1..""
situations. failed to cross the end zone Region champ Boys' Club gym, Mike Kreshka, Ihe motorcycle ,
Miss Two Chances stripe, repeated In Region IV. Boys' Club executive dlrtc tor, sports. I plus other fl" ""'.
Lake Butler only got within Jimmy Thomas carried the Gainesville Tipoff Club gram lineup will have for m e I o Th. other AA game matches Rhoden laid all the schools
will hold Its first meeting of the heavyweight boxing champion 1 Jacksonville Lee Region I victor said Saturday.The would be equal opponents.
striking range of the Indian goal ball most of the way, making clinic li th.Boys' .
sponsored by .
season at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Rocky Marclano>> here on Dec Clearwater Region The 12 team Suwinneo loop
twice, and was halted at the around right end once for 40 against Club In with 320
yard \line each time. Baldwin yards to give Lake Butler a the Golf and Country Club. 15, Hot Rod Hundley, West Virginia II champion, at Clearwater. the Converse Rubber conjunction Company.The broke up last week. North Pull Price
, kept the Tigers toothless by bottling first down on the Baldwin 20. Florida head basketball coach AU-American and former In Class AA, Lake City, Region Marlon and WilUston previously
them up In their territoryfor The Tigers jabbed for 11 more Norman Sloan will be the speaker pro player, Jan. Ii; Frank I winner, will play at Ven- clinic will be directed. America by had announced they would leave
the rest of the game. yards and had a first and goalon John Jennings, club captain, Ramsey, former Boston Celtics' ice, Region victor. Region III Joe Dean, former All to join a new loop with Brooks- STREIT'SHONDA
All but one minute of the first the nine. announced. star, Jan. 23; Babe McCarthy, champion Wlldwood will play basketball player front Louisiana vllle, Dunnellun, Inverness and
quarter was a bruising defensive But the Baldwin line Jelled Sloan will preview the upcoming I Mississippi State coach, Feb. Hollywood Chamlnade, Region Slate and Phillips 64 Oil( I Ier. Crystal River. R. m II n In.

battle between the two teams. tight and repelled Crlner and basketball Mason and 12; Jack Surrette, Daytona III king, probably at Hollywood .. teams In the Suwanneo are
The clinic Is to all area 1 Chlefland. Cross City, Mljro,
Neither was able to pierce theother' Ray Duke twice and batted the; Gator squad. Florida plays Seabreeze coach, Feb. 24, and McArthur field. open SALES
,. bulwark and the two down Thomas' passes twice. its first game Wednesday night 'Joel Eaves, former Auburn The finals will be on Dec 11, basketball trams and coach 11. Lake Butler and Ja per.
squads swapped punts four The Indians held and took against Virginia Military insti--coach and now Georgia athletic at sites to be announced.The All Boys' Club members who Intend The five SuwlnnN schools III W, U.I. 10... '
times before Baldwin snapped their halftime break with a 13- tute here and meets Stetson at director March 4. ( Sun will provide special to play basketball are In- have not I Indicated l whether PIt .71"
will remain In the leagueas
the deadlock with I 27.yard run point cushion. home Saturday. I Membership fees are $35 a coverage on the Lake vited. they
by Motes. During the second half, things Club meetings will be at the year. Men Interested should I City-Venice Class A football Charlie Dobbs, club program It now stands. .
Motes went around right end got better for the Indians and Golf and Country Club this 'contact Jennings or treasurer playoff game In Venice In director Is In charge ot local j jIrrlngemenle.

to set up the Indians on the worse (for the Tigers. The fast!season. Jennings said the pro-I Tom Dobson. next Sunday'a Big Orange). I He said the
Lake Butler 22.yard line. The Baldwin line, backed up by a clinic will start at 7 p.m. Drakes that pull to tht left or right'athe
big Baldwin line paved a coupleof human flypaper named Bobby I

roads through the Tiger line, Keen, rushed Thomas constantlyand Area Season Gets Jofrc HctaiiH curt
and Baldwin moved the ball to forces him to throw his Cage
the four-yard line. passes quickly. If Thomas Crown BRAKE SPECIAL !
With 49 seconds left In the didn't get rid of the ball in two Boxing

quarter Motes bolted over Into shakes, he usually was nailed
the end zone to put the 1963 for a loss.Baldwin's. Under Way Tuesday Night I BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) when winter

Potato Bowl champs out In front, running total hit 138 ... ... For Eder Jofrt the seventh do- weather says
10. yards In this half, and Lake I ense of hlnwortdbantamwelght
Bob Lyons, who netted only Butler'i reached 95, half of High school basketball gets Wllliston on the PKY floor stone Heights opens at Yulee 'boxing championship was bothan GO' make
under way this week with virtually Santa Fe treks to Chief! and artistic/ and a financial sueceM -
41 yards rushing for the game, of which came on a 45-yard run P. K. Yonge la hopeful of a lure you
broke away from 11 surprised by Thomas In the waning all the area quintets to Tuesday hi Its Inaugural. fine campaign with many veterans )
Indiana shortly after Lake Butler seconds of the game. ,play. Other games Tuesday night back. GHS will put a Jolts, the undefeated Bra received the kickoff. Lyons After trading the ball on punta Gainesville High, P. K. Yonge will find Bronson at Trenton, small but speedy team on the an, knocked out Bernardo Care- 1 r--
dashed 47 yards to the Baldwin and fumbles in the early partof and Santa Fe all debut this I Live Oak at Cross City and floor In a rebuilding year. hallo of Colombia at 3 50 In the

U before he was dragged down the third quarter, Baldwin week.: White Springs at BelL I Santa Fe also lout most of last seventh round of their scheduled
from behind. I started a sustained drive on It* The 'Canes open against PKY Friday's contests will find year's championship club which S-rounder Friday night
Lyons and Harold Grlner,own 42. The key play In the Friday night at GHS. The Blue Melrose at Branson, Santa Feat almost reached the state finals "I was well prepared and

Wave starts Tuesday against Lake City, Greenville at Lake In the area,Trenton and Lake wilted for him to make a mistake NOWI
--- Butler, Bell at Cedar Key and Butler loom ai the powers to ," said a grinning Jot,. after ont Barr ropi winr

Taylor of Plerson at Haw, CUM C and B, respective I h. the bout. I front Wheels' 1I.1IICWId
Torres KOs thorne. I Bronson should be a solid threat The yesr-old boxer had a 6rafe{AdiuatIde

On Saturday, Gainesville I 11' In Class C. good reason to be grinning. He 'vent Whet
host to Choctawhatchee:: Cross I The many resllgnm e a t. In was guaranteed a tat free ISOooo ,. "trIIIl' Repacked
Olson in 1stNEW City Is at Winuton. Lake Butler tourney play \this season, set op for the fight but expected e onaee Seat 11 $119

rt goes to Trenton, Chlefland by the Florida High School Activities to receive as much as W.WO, a "eeNd
YORK (AP) "I guess la at New berry Hawthorne Association, win create solid payday for the bantamweight arm. ''''Id AdcW
I[ Just got caught cold" mum plays at Dunnelloa a ad Key- more Interest In basketball ,'.. Tilt"
bled balding veteran Bobo Ol Carabine, undefeated with
race.Editor's. 7*At your cr eskers the experts ale
son. "Maybe I underestimated luteArea coaches one tie In 41 pr'YInIlIhla,
t Free Clinic ( : for all mMtr .",/c. work
the kid. who have not returned 19 44S wu expected to earn $2>,too.

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1:11 Old Bobo. a 38-year-old veteran to the Sun should do 10 When Danny Murtauh resigned SERVICE
and a former middleweight Monday at UF this week). as manager of the Fills-I GOODYEAR STORE
champion, had Just been burgh Pirates his entire coach-

,_s 4f knocked out in the first round The University of Florida ",.. Ke00L log staff of Len. Levy, lam 725 N.MAIMT. PHONE JU.UU
by exuberant Jose Torres -a Golf Aiwclatlon win sponsor a MOw.e..r..w (arroii, Frank Oceak, Don Cvbor 0... M... ban. ,....... 8 .i-MO a r.
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the m year comeback of Olson the recreation room at Florida i'L'_ --e released. ,,
and may have vaulted Torres Gym. 1- e1s ;:" t..e N. "IM 1 1I

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heavyweight! title. to bring their. five-irons to correct :I wasd frco.w...__-n II, (rr.uw NOTICE TO OUR

Torres a Puerto Rican, waited that slice. e ..r- -
Bobol Conrad RthLn,. manager oil!1-.u. TMen v. :_ Ale, ,.
little time In knocking
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heavy ranks a rating It hadj J i clinic. .. r two -.. r
-1' taken him 2H years ol comeback

1'I ltiadttpiasined. the Ethel I
Torres explained.. was hi ) Radiator Service DECEMBER 19th, 1964.
I crouch and I hooked him to .1! BANKING HOURS WILL BE MONDAY THROUGH FRI.

rib*. I hurt him. I know I did a CLEANING UPAIKING DAY 9:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.
I heard him .. 'ehhha.' Thea lI| We Rod Ttxw O.t -
i wane III with I leftrightleft'tsoa 1 MOTOR ILOCK HUSHING
Rnnncrnp Aminl ii dropped. Re rolled ever! RADIATOR SHOP FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

I OIl his back, struggled to his '
End Larry dyatt. left, aid fallback llarold Grin .. I hands and knees and wu en his White Electric ALACHUA
accept* Lake BatWr'i rnnrrnp award la Pwtat I knew, at M almost prayerful I t AND lATTWt SERVICE

Dow rn Friday night. Muting wen, 204. (S.. I posUioa when the count reached 111 N.W Self Awe, 171-.,., ALACHUA, FLORIDA
..... b. Jack Hee'aar M at 1.11 of the first round.

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NEW YORKBrlttln'i 0 1 \ ( .. ';i'r i- ...
economic problems and the mobilization .
of massive efforts to lIS ," -
alleviate them overshadowed >tII1!
other developments In the financial UOUS ". :. )'. : .
world last week. ,. <\.;

;Political leaders, bankers, : :
business men and Investors everywhere
watched as the n a- 270 f.(
tlons of the West closed ranksin ,
A Y./ 11 1 Y774 / //
a series of steps to bolster 'ortisln

Britain's faltering pound. They .,...a DIf'' '"e
realized that more than defense 337 aloe N... 10
of Britain's beleaguered cur. 122 !
rency was at atake. 33032C 121 :;

The basic blectlve H"I/I.y j .

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sourse, was Week '
liability of
the free world's In The Associated Press averages of 60 stocks registered I

International Ilueineee the sharpest decline In three months last week,
monetary system dOMing at 327.9 from 332.6 a week aro.
and p r o- .
tection of the In this country the stock mar low of funds and redress a serous > ,
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health and prosperity of the Industrial ket retreated moderately In the payments deficit. / 1 'k: aYa i4

world. wake of the compensating rise '
That objective must be In the U.S. discount rate follow When this failed to deter a
achieved, and central ban kern ing last Monday's big Jump In run on the pound by those who
are confident it will be, as a re- Britain's bank rate. feared devaluation as the next
sult of the quick action taken resort, H nations concocted a'' .
last week by Britain, the United 1- While some labor and political potent medicine a vast $3 bil "
States and nine other coun- scources here attacked the riseas lion pool of their own currencies .. o -
a potential threat to the bus!- to permit Britain to back hers -, ....
tries. ....
iness boom, most analysts h. -- ,
the doubters.
for the unsettled foreign
Except agreed with the stock: market'sappraisal. I : .
exchange markets, fin a n- The first response to the med. t 4 <
clal and commodity markets the !cation was encouraging. The y
world over withstood the crisisIn The week's historic vents
pound gained strength as c o n-
Britain with equanimity. They began to unfold early Monday fldence In It returned to the for
held their ground in the face of when Britain stunned the world eign exchange markets Thursday -
other storms as well the ten- by raising her bank rats a full and Friday But the worldIs
sion In the Congo and the apparent two points putting It at a still watching and worrying.
worsening of the situation world high of 7 per cent ina I ih
In Viet Nam. dramatic bid to stem the out- In the first 10 months of this ,' "
year' Britain's Imports soared
15.5 per cent, while exports; were
Atlanta Bank rising only 5.8 per cent, widening -
the trade gap and pointing
II the payments deficit toward a .. ., 9, 'it -.
staggering $2 billion.

Ups Prime RateBy The Federal Reserve's announced .
purpose for its H I'I
mint rise was to guard against 1
EDWARD COWAN ed States Steel Corp Other loan I a new outflow of money that:
rates are scaled upward from would worsen the U.S. p ay.,
Nriu (Blmr
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the prime rate menta deficit. It was recognizedthat
NEW YORK The citizens Leading banks In New York, a 7 per cent bank rate In
and Southern National Bank of Chicago, Los Angeles and other Britain could, as a Swiss bank !
Atlanta Ga., a leading bank in major cities held their prime er observed, "drag money from I
the South, announced Friday an rates at 4H per cent at least the moon." 1 ,
Increase In Its basic Interest for the time being. Bankers elsewhere 9
the Fed stressed that I fi
rate on business loans. Its action said they were waiting to Though
touched off fresh speculationthat see what the traditional New the boost In the discount rate ,
banks generally would raise York: leaders do. was for balance of paym Int. r

Interest rates. I Earlier In the week, after the and purposes economists only, some were bankers pleasedwith r2./S \ q1- ', '
Citizens and Southern said Federal Reserve discount rate
the move for the effect It
that starting Monday Its prime!- the charge on loans to com might have In dampening inflationary
rate would be 4V per cent, up mercial banks had been
from the 4K per cent rate that raised to 4 per cent from 3'/4 pressures. I

has prevailed In the banking per cent, top banking executives Such pressures are likely to be
Industry line August, 1960. had said no boost In the intensified during the next few 5 M r Y', 2.c \ ,) 'SB"spa

a The prime rate Is the cost of prime rate was Imminent. months as consumer and b u si- r
i loans to a bank's biggest and Friday, probably Influencedby ness spending take on even larger ,
most credit-worthy borrowers, the Atlanta bank's announcement dimensions and Inventory accumulation -
generally corporations such as their reaction seemed to builds\ upon fears ofa
the Ford Motor Co or the Unit be shaded somewhat differently steel strike. .
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CONFAB WOMAN'S SHOP OPENS I p.m. except on Fridays the ',1111';" .,: '. "1'j \-
Charlie Martin, slate manager I Mrs. Dorothy Larsen of 1401 store will be opened until p.m. "J'i"'t,'( .. ; ;:,
for the Woodmen of the World NW list Drive opened "T h I '..\ : 1' : .
Life Insurance Society, will be! Casual Woman" Shop this weekIn W D SALES !l y.n ',., ,
In Omaha, Neb., Nov. 30 [)ee. the shopping center locatedon Wlnn Dixie's WO supermarkets r 'rq "
2, attending his company'a annual the southeast corner of throughout the South
Statl Managers Con Northwest 13th Street and recorded a 5.83 sales Increase 'j ." "
ference.In Northwest nth Ave. Mrs. Lar- during the four week per I o d '. The man who used
addition to working out\ sen explained the name "Casual ended Nov. 14 compared to the l" ".
plans and goals for 1963, special Woman" fit the type of apparel corresponding period last year. \ to run a small town :'
the carried by the attractive shop. The volume was $70.163,321 .. (
attention will be focused on i ., business declared
new Health and Accident and Casual clothing and coordinates -,compared to SM.394,713 a :
Disability Income certificates to are the main lines carriedby year ago. For the 20 week \ "Advertising ruined
be offered to participating the business. Also a c o m-'period ended Nov. 14, saleswere :1", "r '.... ,
Woodmen members starting in plete line of gifts will be handled I $341.350,726 compared t o .,,., business." "How come?" tQ51:
January, Martin said. by Mrs. Larsen. The store $32Jli2,938, an Increase of S.63 'I'
hours will be from 10 a.m. to 6 I percent ', :" ';, a startled listener asked. :
0 !' "I let my competitor do a
Presidents ill privately 1 I NEW YORK TIMES AVERAGES. NOV. 27 ,
supported coeducational and 1.1 .... IM* T1M all of it. ,
male liberal arts colleges and High Lew Close Nee Ch,. : .1\
universities have just recelv t d 25 Roils 144.58 142.84 143.78 Off .46 : ; I
checks totaling $92,050, accord- 25 Industrials 917.22 900.34 911.75 Up 3.35 'I'. I Iflt
Ing to W. p, McLeod, manager, i SO Combined 530.90 521.59 527.76 Up 1.44 I y: ", t' I
of Household Finance Corporation __ I (" r1st' .' ,. w '. i i.t
107 W. University Ave. ". c' ,.)' '

from The$100 checks to 1.000 ranted based In amount upon STOCK rL/1S1IL'L1 .t\ ':;j :.\ r : .: ->, ; :; 'l v: /)" JiC.JIr'.., ,." ,i

the full time enrollment of the MARKETNEW .t \
Individual colleges, he said I }" .
Since 1958, when HFC established :
YORK (AP-The offering Immediate competition
Its annual program o I stock!
\have market last week took Its worst to those who buy common
unrestricted gifts, these totaled iun
said loss in three months amid risIng stocks for their yield. r
more than $650,000, ,
McLeod. Checks are sent to all Interest rates and disturb- The news was disturbing to Q9a re5uill
four year accredited college sand hog news reports from the Con- the stock market community, L
universities In the 47 statesIn go and Viet Nam. which has always been adverseto
which the Corporation la every one of the four tradIng higher Interest rates. as I f ff
sessions-one lest than usual I Although quit. a few key "
operates i;'
because of Thanksgiving stocks bucking the downtrend
BUYS RADIO STORE Day-Ihe market lost ground. there was no question about the "WE LIKE IT HERE
Vincent\ Canino. formerly of The tone was set Monday sharpness of the decline, based !; : ;: I JAL
Vineland, New Jersey, Is t h e with news that the British on averages ;::4.. : .. I
new owner of the Lafayette bank rate had been Increasedto The Dow Jones Industrial average ,' .. 5
Radio Electronics Store, 101 So 7 per cent from S per cent sank 120 to Mill .'.
E. 1st St Canino will be assisted This was followed by a raise to The Associated Press average .n ..... ..... ..!.,.,' ,- =
In the firm by his son in 4 per cent from 3H per cent tnl I of N stocks declined 4.474 to "
Jaw, Robert Wilson. the discount rate charged by 327', Its steepest setback sine
The store will carry a complete -the Federal Reserve to mwn-i i the week ended Aug. I when It
line of amateur and professional her banks. |ell SO.
electronic equipment Then came a rash of In-' Of 1.S3J Issues traded durini I
The firm also will stock photo, crtawi In Interest payments tol|the week $17 declined\ and
TV, stereo equipment and parts. depositors In commercial b.\llUl;advanced. 411U| A

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shown obovo with her daughter, Lynn, who l. five. Dr. and M.... Croft moved
here from West Point, N. Y., with their! children, Lynn, Beth, who .It six,end
Thomas, two years old. Dr. Croft, formerly athletic teem physician for tho
United States Military Academy, It now a member of tho department of
orthopedics ot the J. Hillli Miller Health Ctnttr.Mrt. .

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M.... Robert Lohingor, who I. admiring! hor. Tho Ootei moved hart from
Sweetwater, Tenn., in September at did the Lettlngera! who came from
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ii. yeses old, with merry onitriKtl ,to...m.. Tho '.44...... fomily else
InclitdM two older' sons, Mark, II, and John, 20, end daughter. Miry, 17 ,....
old.'M.ry lo continuing h., Motor high K"keel studies ,in Wn ,ort and John )Ie o .t.
dent .t M nhoMo. SC.)M.| of Mule in How Y.,k City. They will erfve( for the
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from the U. S. Air Force. Mr*. felle tt pkr rd oho*. witfc throo-montfc-old .".,.". ,., .' : ': .
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ptial Party ENGAGEMENTS .{'$ I Junior Woman's Club Events

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)(J. Two holiday events have cent donation and may b e will be awarded 10 a University -
been Donald of Florida student
planned for .next week secured through Mrs.
by the Junior Woman'i Club. Tredlnick Jr. or at the door. next trimester.The .
5Vl/ss/ Bergman SUNDAY, November zt The American Home Life Some of the breads to be club's annual Christmas
Buffet luncheon for out of Department of the club will demonstrated Include: basic Holiday Ball will be given

W{,'AIIP PIli' !Bergman bride- Pouring punch were Mrs. town wedding guests here for present a food show entitled sweet dough, casserole bread, Friday for members and
lit,f Joseph\ Ernest Paiko John R. Harrison Mrs. Rob- the Schildge-Bmgham wedding "Christmas Tr ea. u r y of refrigerator roll dough sourdough their I husbands and guests.
!',Cocoa: Beach, was com- ert Kamerait, Mrs. L. E. 1 Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Breads", at the City Utility hot breads yeast biscuits The semi-formal dance will be
Jlmetated. with a coffee given Grlnter and Mrs. Frank ABM' Imo' White 1711 NW Tenth Ave- department, 555 NE Fifth and quick tricks from from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the
vS ,t u. r day morning Gre r. Pouring coffee were nue. Avenue Tuesday from 2 until canned biscuits to save the Moose Lodge.
by.'Mfs.: Richard Schmidt at Mrs. Wilson Boozer, Mrs. W. TUESDAY November 1 4 p.m. busy homemaker tune. Roddy'Woodcock will provide
ia,}lome. A. Little, Mrs. Clifton Hill Tea honoring Miss Betty Mrs. Josephine M c Swine, Chairman of the show Is the music for dancing In
H W Assisting the hostess In the and Mrs. Paul Martin. Pound bride-elect of Alvin V. Alachua County Home Dem- Mrs. Thomas E. Ashworth. an old-fashioned holiday a t-
/courtesies were her daughter Assisting with the hospitalities Alsobrook, 4 to 6 p.m., Mrs. onstration and Mrs. Brenda Proceeds from the show mosphere of holly, mistletoeand
V OTisi Viki Schmidt, and Mrs. were Mrs. Walter Kyle YN Harry C. Duncan, 2620 SW Crum home economist for will go to the Club's Scholarship pine.
f jr" Charles Freeman. Mrs. Frank Pac Mrs. George Eighth Drive, Kirkwood. the city utility departm e n t, and Loan Fund. A check Cochairmen for the danceare
f Greeting guests at the door Crutcher and Mrs Freeman.Mrs. Miscellaneous shower feting will prepare the breads. for $m was presented earlier Mrs. Herbert J. Jones and
/ werlf Mrs. Charles Llppol d t, J. 0. Parker of Ocala y Miss Kay Nelson, bridetobe Tickets are a twenty fiveYKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK this year to this fund andKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK Mrs. W. H. Kerns.KKKKKKKKMKKKKKKKKKKKKK.
I Mrs. Walter Stewart Mrs. grandmother of the bride YR of Ronald Wiggins, 8 ( .
Ro5ert Davis and Mrs. Pat elect, and Mrs. Robert Ran. p.m., Mrs. Don Hester and Y K
Cowles of Lakeland. sour of Oklawaha greatauntof Miss Martha Frances Wilson Miss Jeaa Caryl LowreyLowreySchoessow Mrs. John McCarthy at the
The receiving line Included the bride elect were out .. former's home 2 NW 29th
Miss Bergman Mrs. Paul of town guests.A Street.
Bergman, mother of the hon- gift of silver was present.ed WilsonGreenmanSARASOTA WEDNESDAY, December 2
oree, and Mrs. Schmidt. to Miss Bergman by the Dr. and pha Lambda Delta SI g ma Miscellaneous shower honor- G # ,
hostess. Mrs. Reaves A. Wilson of Tau Sigma student tutoring Ing Miss Beth Meadows, fian RHE STORE WITH 640Ritt i.
The Bergman Parker nuptials Sarasota announce the en- society the UF Symphony Orchestra cee of Shelton Boyles I p.m., y G/uNESVa7.f IYWMINO CENTEa \
will be solemnized Jan gagement of their daughter and is president of Mrs. James L. Sanders and sr tao2Ve11111 A1AM atatgr
uary 2 at St.Augustine Chapel Miss Martha Frances Wilson Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Mrs. Lawrence McGlynn .t
to John Alfred Greenman, son Miss Wilson received the the Sanders home 3913 NW
a -.. of Professor and Mrs. John President's Citation for scholastic 14th Street.
---{ -('). _. ..". Roosevelt G r e e nman of excellence. Dinner complimenting Miss
-." ._ ii- : : ProgramMrs. Gainesville.The The bridegroom elect was Betty Pound and her fiance, Store) Hours f lf/\* dC1'.fU1-WQr1,10
will wedding will be solemnized Alvin V. Alsobrook 7 p.m.,
Stallings May 29 at First Metho graduated from Gainesville Mrs. Frank Becker, Mrs. t
More room for fun on present a special Chrlstm dist Church Sarasota.The High School and the University Hugh Chandler and Mr. and
The Bit One from Florida! program for the Lula Tomp- bride elect was grad- of Florida. He Is a seniorat Mrs. Harwood Dolbeare at
kies Club at 3
,30,000-ton Wednesday p.m. uated with honors from Rlv- the U.F. College of Law. the Chandler home 205 NW
The will meetat
organization ervlew High School Sarasota He Is a member of Pi Kappa 22nd Street.THURSDAY.
...HANSEATIC the Masonic T e.m pie. and will be graduated from Alpha Phi Delta Phi legal December 1
North Main Street with Mrs. the University of Florida In fraternity and John MarshalBar Luncheon feting Miss Betty wonderful !
6 Cruises to WEST INDIES Emma Lee Ennis as hostess. April. She Is a member of Al- Association. Pound, bride-to-be of Alvin V. soVarm, so

& SOUTH AMERICAS Alsobrook, 12:30: p.m., Mrs. kr
14 Publle Roomo.Indoor and home 71J NW 23rd Street.
COndltl.n.d Outdoor All 1'00lHuily Cabins with AlP ST. PETERSBURG Mr. Florida where she Is a Stu- FRIDAY December 4 Ivr
...t. raellitAs Charles' Allen Lowrey of St. dent Government legislator. Dinner complimenting Miss
[ .lllnf from Port [.. .lidit en Petersburg announce the en- The bridegroom elect was Betty Pound and her fiance,
JAN.2f.'EI.r'.IMUII.MAR.I5 MAR- 2S. gagement of their daughter graduated from St. Charles Alvin/ V. Alsobrook, 1:30: p.m.,
7 U IS days,Olaf port Miss Jean Caryl Lowrey, to High School WIckliffe Ohio Mrs. Sam Butz and Mr. and r
> from $200 to 1449 mln. fans Richard Egerton Schoeasow, and from St. Petersburg Jun- Mrs. L. Calvert Pepper,
THE FAVORITE SPOT son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen ior College. He 1 Is presently a Gainesville Golf and Country
IN TOWN TO John Schoessow of Gainesville.The .
MEET FOR NOON mechanical engineering student I B
LUNCH. bride elect was grad- at the University of Flor- SATURDAY December S zQ
WORLD 706 W. INIVtt. AVE. uated from Mannheim American ida. Coffee complimenting Miss y
High School, Mannheim, Beth Meadows fiancee of Shel
TRAVEL January 2 has been chosenas 1'y
Germany and St. Peters- ton Boyles, 10 a.m. until noon,
SERVICE burg Junior College. She will the date for the wedding Mrs. Paul L. Hanna and her %
be graduated In Dece m bar at St. Jude's Catholic Church daughter Mrs. Gordon E.

101 W. Univ. FR '-4 4J from the University of South St. Petersburg.CooperRankin. Floyd, at- the Hanna home y '
1523 NW Twelfth Road. 0
Luncheon honoring Mill II ( 'p fdl
Betty Pound, fiancee of Alvin
r .4 rA MIAMI Mrs. George H. ami. V. Alsobrook, 12:30pmMrs.
Cooper of Miami announcesthe The bride elect was grad Ben 0. Franklin 2140( NW. %
engagement of her daughter uated from Miami Senior High Seventh Lane. ; : rk Iii
Miss Patricia Louise School and Florida Presby. Dinner feting Miss Beth V
Cooper, to David Moore Ran- terian College, St. Petersburg.The Meadows and her fiance, Shelton -
kin, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. bridegroom elect was Boyles, Mr. and Mrs. W. y
Earle Rankin of Pigeon i graduated from Gainesville L. Kilpatrick, 3334 NW Fourth I
Forge Tenn., formerly of High School and Is presently Street.
Plans have been made for a senior at Florida Presbyterian
December 22 wedding In MI- College. Woman's Club

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11 has been set
Christmas as the date of the Gainesville
Tea SetUniversity
Woman'i Club winter bene-
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fit bridge and canasta party.
Play will begin at 9:30: a.m.
Agrlcult u r a 1 from Gainesville High School, at the club house, West Uni-
Women's ClubChristmas tea under the direction of Mrs. C versity Avenue.
will be held at the UF Faculty W. Mrs. William L Ganong Jr. v Wrap them up for Chrtttmoi In th... A. Aired ",1.,. O.IIM natota Irlut. Ink
t Club, West University Ave Reaves, will provide and Mrs. James gammageare I preHy quilted dust rsi They'll love their kiwi. MU.. 44X. 3.99 e 14,3.99
nue, Thursday from 3 to 4:30: Christmas music. Others assisting co chairmen for the affair toftneii, weightiest warmth, and ,. ""I... Nylon Moss' ...11I... with Kod I IS
decorator service p.m. Co chairmen for the with party arrangements with all dainty finishing touches 'of lace or p'h.'M PH.t4 .,... H.I.,. less top
proceeds goingto r ...... 441,. J.99 e.14. 7.99
party are Mrs. A, H. Krei- are Mrs. Fred C. Ac- the clubhouse equipm n t s rayon lalinl All In sizei 4-oX, 814.
tee, Mrs. G. H. C Uw 10''.. Nylon tried quill* with IM.I*
dorn and Mrs. J. S. Shoemaker Biackmon,
y ycitar. Hut pink, ..... 4-M, 5.99
Mrs. F. S. Blanton, Mrs. W. fund.Mrs.. Thomas N. Wells Is In y s.K 7.99
& t' l Christmas decorations will G. Cowperwaite. Mrs Ida K. charge of tickets for which
I owo be made under the directionof Cresap, Mrs. J. A. Debokx, a II ticket donation Is asked. y
Mrs. W. T. Manley and Mrs. M. W. Emmel, Mrs. Nathan All tickets should be obtains
Mrs. S. E. Grigsby. Toys and Gammon Mrs. P. E. ed by Monday, December 7. I
gifts for the Marcus FsggChildren's Logglns Mrs. A. P. Lori, Members are asked to turn 1r II
Home will be Mrs. C. K. Madsen. Mrs. S. In gifts or mementoes of their y
(|| PUK DAIlt TV SHOW WISH IV .' i A.M brought by the guests and P. Marshal], Mrs. F. G. Martin summer travels which will y \
placed under the Christmas Mrs. A. P. Martinez, Mrs. be used as card prizes to the y
TURNIPSEEDI 1 T. C. Matthews, Mrs. F. W. clubhouse. V
BLOCKER and tree.Honorary members of the Mead Mrs. N. E. Mehrof, Members of the Crafts Diviy
I Agricultural Women's Club Mrs. P. V. Rao Mrs. I. J. sion, under the direction of y
flTRHlTURI CO. OCAIA will be special guests. Ross, Mrs. 0. C. Ruelke, Mrs. Mrs. Lynn Ten Eyck and Mrs.E. V M .
A of musicians D. A. Sanders Mrs. Zack Sinclair Eaton, have donated I d
.__.. UH group young Savage, Mrs. S. S. Schrank a number of handmade s
You ore 'invited to our traditionalOPEN Mrs. A. L. Shealey Mrs. R. Christmas balls which also y
K. Showalter Mrs. L. A. will be used as benefit priz I
Sims Mrs. Grover Smart Jr., a
Mrs. A. A. Straughn, Mrs es.Tables will be arranged for y
HRtTMA$ R. K. Strickland. Mrs. K. R. some 250 to 300 members and I I
Swinford Mrs. A. N. Tlssot their guests to play throughthe v o
and Mrs. A. C. Warmke. moriing.AmbroseMadsen. yw

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HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ambrose The bridegroom elect ,V d GIRLS LOVE

J announce the engagement was graduated from Tucson 5 LACE TRIMMED
of their daughter Miss Cynthia High School, Tuscon. He attended v r
Jean Ambrose to Rees the University of Florida and i
Low Madsen son of Mr. and has served four in the NYLON
years y
i Our Greenhouses Mrs.The Clyde brideelect R. Madsen.was graduated U S. Navy. I: TRICOT

Will Be Open from Gainesville High School Plans have been made for alb LINGERIEGive

where she was a member of the December It wedding at the v
: t Come end M' beautiful orchids band. Church of Latter-Day Saints I;r her a pretty slip,
S and othtr bMutiful blooming"
f low.r.. W. favc a larg silica pettipants or briefs all
tlon of Chrlitmat dKorationi I V" generously trim m e d
to make your home glow with Why worry obout size, a with lace that will

holiday ch.u.Sunday. colors and styles. make her. feel I so"

: She'll Look Like a Living Doll "grown up pretty.
} A-I Instead get the Choose from a large
: In Any Ont of Thes Br'ght-' selection here.

'W gift suited for SLIPS 1.99
p.m. anyone. BRIEFS .. 79cupPETTIPANTS
rmantla'5( Food delicacies f For the Young Crowd +* QQ 1.59

Garden from around r r Sizes 3-6 J Sizes 414ERVICE

t "flowers for oil of Eating the world. I: and 7 to 14 3.99 & up Jb And Up
occosions"CREVASSE'S 706 W. Uniy. ,
1 r
All r
beautifully : Dress her up In pretty and practical wash and wear
;gift packaged. : cottons and blends that look and feel so good yet
: are easy to core for. You expect to pay much
Choose from I more for these I'ttle beauties In light bright colors,
Y't' FLORIST and r with new colic shapes, touches of tucking or embroidery -

l GREENHOUSES2ICS such countries as England, : Full skirts two-piece effects, jumper

E 1 S. I. Hawthorne ...4 France and Germany, : dresses. -
FR '.%514L Central -B-L
[ Charge Charge
Just to name a few. I I

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November 29, 164 ColnMvUle SUit |

GiLstrap-Barclay Vows /Read Jane Bingham/ Bride/ George Schlidge ties C Assisting M.were Mrs.the hospii1 Thaxtl! .

Springfield, Mrs. Robert PI
MADISON, Tenn. Solemnized ter, Mrs. Clarence Beaver!
Saturday morning, the Wearing an ivory satin Guests were greeted by Mrs. John Patterson a a ol

marriage of Miss DorothyAnn gown of Indian hand loomed Mrs. Don Hay, Mrs. George Mrs. Joseph Guernesy, both!

Barclay, daughter of Mr. silk, Miss Jane Ellzab e th Davis and Mrs. Oscar Ser- of Orlando, Mrs. Henry Wun- ]

and Mrs. Walter A. Barclayof Bingharn, daughter of Dr. vin. The bride's book was derlich, Mrs. Arnold Wlrtala,
Tenn. and Rob and Mrs. N. E. Bingham, be-
Madison. ,
came the bride of George kept by Miss Carolyn Reaves Mrs. Tom Meyers Mrs. E.
ert Lawrence Gilstrap. ion
Heinrich of Miss Elma Hendrs L. Pierce, Mrs. Robert Carson -
of Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Gil Schildge, son Mr. o n,'
strap of Marshall, Texas and Mrs. A. T. Schildge: of Miss Ann Scudder, Mrs: Na- .

took place at St Joseph's Tangl wood Farm, Middle- dene Owra and Miss Tattle Also Miss Genie White,

Church, Madison Tenn. Rev. town., N. J., Saturday eve' Heath Miss Karen Wundwllch, Miss

George Rohling officiated at Florence Reaves, Miss Pam
The ceremony took placeIn Introducing guests to the
the Miss Ann Ed-
ceremony. Spache, Mary
the University Methodist receiving line, which was
Miss Carol Batson was or ,. monson, Miss Martha Rear
Church with Rev. T hax ton formed In front of the palm-
ganist. t Ti Miss Wiles Miss
es, Wendy ,
Springfield pastor, officiating banked stage, were Mrs.
Given in marriage by her Carol Durrance, Miss Kathy
Douglas Scales, Mrs. L eon
father, the bride won a Matthews Miss \
. Carolyn
Nuptial music was provided Henderson and Mrs. Eleanor
white peau de sole gown Maturing Stripling. Miss Jennifer.Spaihe I .
by Mrs. Arnold wirtala, Bode Browne.
a chapel train. Her Miss Llssa Dickinson .
organist, and Mrs
veil of illusion fell from a Henderson, cellist. Floyd Reception slstanls Miss Bonnie Gordon.
crown of seed pearls and se- and Among those serving were Master Jay Dickinson a nd
Magnolia ligustrum
quins. She carried a prayer banded the altar, which Mrs. George Spache, Mrs. J. Mauler Bryce Edmonson.
book topped with a while llillis Miller, Mrs. James D. The bride wore a cocoa
lighted by candles In brass
orchid and lilies of the valley rope Mrs. E M. EdmonsonJr. brown wool suit with accessories

candelabra. ., Mrs John E. Che r r y, to match for her traveling
The bride was given I n
Miss Sharon Barclay of Mrs G. H Boutelle, Mrs. Joseph .
marriage by her father. Her
Miami sister of the bride, H Laps, Mrs J. B. following a wedding trip (0
wedding was designedand
was maid of honor. Bridesmaids gown White Mrs. J. C. Dickinson the West Coast and the Hawaiian .
made for her by Enidof
were Miss Patsy Harris New Delhi India, where Jr., Mrs. Myra Twwllllger, Inlands, the couplf""
of Houston sister of the I Mrs. Kimball Wiles, Mrs. J. will make their home In
bridegroom, and Miss Linda rt she spent the past two years Wayne RelU. Mrs. C. E. Malone Clark, N. J. The bridegroom,
with her parents. The Empire
Appleby of West Palm Beach. r Mrs. Margaret S<'hlpr. who Is In business with his
style with short Jacket -
-. All of. the attendants wore embroidered gown with sequin ssMra. holt, Mrs. Charles Heath, father, Is vice president of
aqua' chiffon dresses with .% j Mrs. J. A. Humphrey. MisVladlmer Conti Rubber Products Inc
and crystal beads, had a dou-
: accessories S and Mrs. In Carteret, N. J.
matching and ble panel train which fell ._ Grodsky--,- -.$_-
carried cascade of
from the shoulders. A crown -
yellow chrysanthemums; of seed pearls and crystalheld

Jay D. Gilstrap served his the elbow length veil. \ M'ONDAYj..'
-son as best man.Ushers Her flowers were a cascadeof
were Louis Harris camellias bride's roses
,of Houston, brother In law and stephanotis.
of the bridegroom, and David Sisters Honor Attendants

Barclay, Madison, Tenn., Mrs. Robert Lawrence Gilstrap Bridal attendants were her George Helnrli Schlidge SPECIAL

brother of the bride. sisters, Miss Marl Bingham, I [
The bride's mother wore a green crepe sheath dress, The newlyweds will make maid of honor, Mrs. J. C. Louis and Miss Marilyn 1 maid green Indmn hnndloom-

lace sheath dress, matching gold accessories and an orchid their home in Gainesville, Dickinson Ill, matron of hon- Heath, Richmond, Mich, a ed silk The Empire: style

.accessories and an orchid corsage. where Mr. Gilstrap Is Pro- or, and Miss Mary Eberhardtof cousin, bridesmaids. C, del were aiwntualrd by SMSSMMiSHSSMiSsJV .
corsage. The bridegrooms A reception followed the fessor of Education at the Chicago Heights, III All were gowned alike in wide silk bands embroideredwith

mother wore an emerald ceremony at the church. University of Florida. Miss Anda Stager of St. floor length dresses of em- sequin and emerald cut '
beads They wore hair bowsof

matching green silk and I 1$395

Ford-Beasley Nuptials Solemnized carried canadis of rrvme-
colored FIJI rhr) anihemums.A .

T. Sihildge Jr., Middle- \ ..

Solemnized: Thursday afternoon Beasley Jr., brother of the Tallahassee, cousin of the The bride's mother wore a ley and family of Falls town, N. J., was best man 1 REG. $5.50 t

the marriage of Miss bride, Jerry Wendell of Jack bride, and William C. Man pink silk and organza over Church, Va; Mr. and Mrs for his brother Ushers were Jam JOt rial and Spoon $)93
Judith Gayle Beasley and his brothers Richard I
sonville, James G. Larche of Jacksonville. taffeta tunic dress, matching .
Grover Lee Ford took placeat accessories and an orchid John Jenks, Mrs. Shl Smith Sihildge and Ronald The satisfaction of ownIng

First Methodist Church. corsage and her grandmother and daughter, Mr.' and Mrs Schildge, both of Middletown.N. fine silver the

The bride is the daughter of wore a beige brocade en L E. Moselcy of New 0 r- J.; Philip Bowers Jr., Fair ON pleasure of giving a use.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. semble, matching accessoriesand leans; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Haven N. J., Robert Cub- ful gift that lain such exquisite

Beasley, and the bridegroom an orchid corsage. The Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. W C. bage, Red Bank, N. J., andJ. DAY ) toite . very
Is the son of Mrs. Thomas bridegroom's mother chose a C. Dickinson III of Gainesville specially priced Monday .
Cox, and G. L. Ford Sr., bothof beige sheath, matching accessories Manning Jr., Mrs W. C. ON LY rows Com early and :-
Manning Sr., Mr. and Mrs _
Oklahoma City. and an orchid corsage The bride's mother wore a ..
Bishop Earl R. Milne of the Walter Boxx Miss Weta Manning formal sheath of willow green civi A DISTINCTIVI GIft -

Church of Jesus Christ of Miss Amanda herring, Indian hundloomed raw silk I..,... .t .11 ..,....*.. sail
Latter Day Saints, Ft. Lau- Reception at ChurchA Miss Beverly Kuenti, M rand with beaded banding at the I
derdale, performed the cere- reception followed the Mrs John Btthes, Larry neckline The bridegroom

mony before an altar adorned ceremony In Fellowship Hall Manning Mr and Mrs Gail mother wore a formal yellow

with palms and baskets of Serving the wedding cake Klnard Mr and Mr*. James chiffon gown with bodice of !
white gladioli and chrysanthemums were Mrs. W. II. Hart and Hill, Mr and Mrs. J. 0 self. stitching In a raised design
Mrs. Thelma Larche. Punch Moore, Mr and Mrs A. D. Both had orchid corsages '

Mrs. J. C. Ramsey was organist was poured by Mrs. John Davis, Richard 01 I Imore .vet Pf

and Larry Lirche Jenks, MIMI Tony. ,M o o re, Mia Diane Shilling, Miss Receptor at CKifc
cousin of the bride was so Mrs, Edward Rich and Mrs. Barbara Cuibman and Mrs A reception following I he I 1129 W Unlwnlty
loist. James Larche Mrs. Walter Clarence Biscoplnk, a II of nuptials' look place It : the

Given In marriage by her Q. Taylor kept the bride's Jacksonville. Gainesville Woman's Club I ------_..
--- -- ---- -
. 'ather the bride wore a book. I I

town of white peau de sole, Assisting with the hospital- ',
rimmed with appliques of "The Casual
Ities were Mrs Harold Sneer.
e-embroidered Alencon lace, .r t
We Welcome
r.. tiger, Mn Paul frierson,
wd chapel train
featuring a Mrs John Christiansen, Mrs. Woman"
ler veil of illusion fell from
J. C
Dunn, Mrs Shl Smith,
\ pearl tiara She carried a Miss Midge McNeil), Mrs.
of white carnations
Bouquet Arden Stroll Mrs R. J. Williams
uid orchids. Our Best Welcome To You Make A

Mrs. W. E. Parsons of Jr., Mrs. Leonard Cat-. "Glad To Hoye Beautiful'Addslon, '
son and Mrs Mark Moody. "TheCosuol I
Wishes To The
Jacksonville, matron of honor To Ou Area!
After a wedding trip to Jamaica You"
wore a light blue dress,
matching accessories, and the newlyweds will "ColUoI Woman" Womon"S 0 y'

carried a bouquet of white reside In Jacksonville. From the "Otlt

and blue carnations ; Out ,( Tew Gaetts From DIEDRE
Bridesmaids were Miss Iris Out ofjown guests Included COURT EST GAINESVILLE

Braslngton of Cainesv i lie, Mrs. Graver Lee lord Col and Mrs. 0. B. Bear MARKET UPHOLSTERY JONES DIEDRE'S :
who wore a mint green dress

Und carried nw carnations, Sr.FURNITURE HARDWARE
1504 H.W 13th
and Miss Betsy Rains of UPHOLSTERED H.' g
Ph. Fa .S11 Studios
JacHsflnviller who wore a "The Hondy
rose dress and carried green
tarnations: <' For Too Workmenahlp Store For The /er P.neael' red ,

Cousin' Flower Ctrl SALE Handy Mon" Cre.elve He/rtlylln/ '

Mina Kathy Williams, cous- 372416142 1510 H.W. IJth St. 'h..
.in of the bride was flower 372.4424
starting MONDAY NOV. 30 Ph Fa 1-0111
girl She won i yellow organza / ISO' H.W. IJth St. IS16 N.W. IIlh St.

over taffeta frock. to '/ -t/ OFF price '
John E. MullIs of Jacksonville up : reg. :

served as best man THE CASUAL WOMAN
Ushers were Clarence W.

1518 N.W. 13th St Ph. 3781222

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f Arc'erson 40 00 .. ........-.1 US locetrimrrwdPanties

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Free Parking Ideas Galort f SJATIOHWIDC

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1522 N.W. 13th St. ;y'
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If.; # Psych.. Group BrideTRENTON Mrs FlowersTo M Holiday '
l :nrUtlverilty| Thanksgiving SpeakMrs. Be Lovelier This -

of Florida Stu- Goldstein, 811 NW 37th Drive.
John Flowers win be Season Minus
dept Wives Psychology Group Mrs. Kay Welborn of tht '
for the December
I r will meet Tuesday at 1 p,m. Florida Union will be guest Eleanor Browning- Miss and Mary Char. of'Miss honor Lula Bridesmaids Talton, Miss were J guest meeting speaker of the Eight 0'* Excess Facial Hair. .

Jttjlie-home of Mrs. Aim speaker ____ __ _____ lee Alvin Taltpn" were married Glenda Germany and Mrs.Mack Clock Club of the UniversityWomeo' Into'tho with your i
I II I Thursday afternoon at Harper. Club Newcomers Enter holiday season corrected "i /
Trenton Methodist Miss Wednesday at S p.m. at the excess hair problem '
Church Gayle Carter was confidence. It will
and with more
I with Rev J. Hilton Olive officiating 'A.ry flower girl. University Women's Clubhouse I more lovely if have unwonted hair removed the
CITRUS for the ceremony. IO All of the attendants wore West Newberry Road. happen you electrolysis. Mr. Dwyer,
:FRESH only
J by
FLORIDA i permanent way.
dresses of Mrs. Flowers' talk will\ feature
de sole
The bride Is the daughterof rose peau skilled electrologist, will achieve the results you
matching accessories. Their home decorations for the
Mr and Mrs, DozIer Hot
for CHRISTMAS I ton Browning Jr., and the bouquets were of pink carna- holiday season and win Include want. Call now for on appointment.

I + bridegroom is the son of lions. illustrations of Christ- .. lotklrt On a,4uetf
Ev.r one will enjoy a gilt Mr and Mrs. John X. Talton Gary Swllley served the mas decorations, and directions EDMUND DWYER
of ''FLORIDA SUNSHINE" of High Springs. bridegroom at best man. for construction.
r.+ds lint directly from Crow Given In marriage by her Ushers were Holton Browning Hostesses for the meet J In g ELECTROLOGIST
Ottk. 20 uecmful FR 2-8039
''' /fruit hipping. years guorantttt father, the bride wore a gown brother of the bride will be Mrs. Allen Curling J 107 W. University Ave.
quality. Look for the famoui of white bridal satin featurIng and William Register. and Mrs. Nathan W. Perry. ..
,. brand "CROSS CREEK" a chapel train. Her veil r.rr '-

Visit, our display ot Belk. I of Illusion fell from a crownof SANTA
Llndxy Dipt Start Begin organza and Chantllly 1 I ITS
sting Nov. 30. j lace' flowerlets. She carried DAILY
CROSS CREEK GROVESP.O. a Bible and a white orchid. 3:00-5:30: : 4
For "something old," she carried
& 6:30-9:00: : P.M. ,
Ira 101 I, ltlii.4 Grovei, Fli.. Phone 46M4IO a linen and lace handker. ;
chief made by her maternal v
a. H. (Hugh) Williams, Owwf ';
grandmother ;. ;
Mrs. George "A.I
"/amoii CROSS CREEK brand" Franklin Floyd. \ ',' FOR
Mrs. Edward Lee Gill, sister 1, a JbrE
of the bride, was matron Mn. Charles Alvin Talton



9 A. M. 'TIL '9 P.M.

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REG. 2993.99 nothing ,| r

muckJnappens s rr Styles for the rocking horse wt by Ptmty.
SALE 1.99 YARD \k' Boyi' double knit cotton wt Red bluer, brail
buttoned double breasted top over o long.
tletvtd' whltt" shirt trimmed with red tmbroldtry
ti. 6-gripp.r suspender pints Slim M, L,
XL. 5.91; HH4. Built-up bib crawler Mt. 5.91.
ONE WEEK ONLY Girli doublt knit cotton butcher Mti Mock
double breasted top It trimmed with' l lace, .....It.pu..up .
until' sleeves with' red embroidery. 6-grlpptr
luiptndtr ptntt. Sixti M, L, XL ..............5.91Girli
36" to 40" Wide built-up bib crawler' lit ....................,...
MIDNIGHT FRAGRANCE GIFTS"TUSSY Jack end Jlll'i 3pc. brother and sister sets for
the let age toddler.
ti F

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REG. 99e SALE 79c yd.
SENCE. A new -large mw attractive
19 COLORS TO SELECT FROM! carry and ute spray consquare box 'In blue moIre ti'ur
tuner' rtletiti Just the end fold. Fragrance cloud
right amount at the touch .lilts hours after bith.
el a flngtr. 2 ox. 12.90 5 oz.with puff$109

Piece Goods erH Shop-2nd Floor A GIFT ., lIi,


'y" i FOR THE .. Cuddle Bear li |uif that* Irrtnitibly loft cotton
stuffed bear I. made of o "high' plush' pile and
hit I face anyone could love rolling eyes,
pompon now and a red felt tongue. H.
HOME saucy
MIDNIGHT GLAMOUR lt.ndl 19" "high' and hl I pretty ribbon round ,
triditlontllya favorite for extravagant gift MM of pr.- "hit neck. By My Toy ,..............."................ ..2.91Infants'
GIFT "little gift" giving for tt of. diode: essences In a new
IS f.rslO much., Gift package star.ahaped bottle. Beautifully Street FloorSAMSONITE
conl.'nll'n' ft.01. Cologne pretanttd In a blue Shop-
FOR and l'/4 ot. Hind Body moire hinge top box.
Lotion $1.00 1 ox.$12.50 !tic .$7.09Cosmetics
tit/I.....,Uf M tit film '
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joyous gift-giving + $. ,

A29. "bpltnodt" o dramatic Spin s t3 !
lih brocade p.ff.m with shag border In ,,. Ci rrJ'
the moil vivid huti. Washable cotton. + .,
Blue, thocklng pink, rwwgold, spires lid ,j '
btigt, ivoctdo, rtd white" copptrtont. t r 4 + t"j ar
Super full 94 a I OS", iup r twin 76 7 tea : ,,. ''p '
195" .............. ... ,??, M _'."|

120. 'Soturno" washable. cotton within C This handsome luggage Itmodt
ill white" tufted circular design on .ilI 1, ot Kuff and Itain rt*
I richly colored, piece dyed background eaten vinyl with a strong,
bordered by 1 lull hinge. Avactdo 11 I f g h t w tight magnesium,
Scinith gold ihocklng pink, dtlphlnlumblut frame. Exclutiv hidden
all whitt." Super full 96 a I 105", a If f I II I I' lock and tn interior d*>
'tuptr twin 78 x 103"___.....t..91 } signed to Insure wrlnklt-lrtt
Ill packing -

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Home Furnishings Sh op- 2: I Weekend BIT.. Tot __ _1J.00CIT.

+ .L.A 21" Laden Ovemite 17.50*
01 T.
2<" Pullman ....>?.U.50

.% k4l 26- Pullman ,,...4150*

Slim, distinctively styled end tfficitntly
OF GIFT SLIPPERS X planned attach cam for the busy
tucutivt who cores how h* took Light
strong magnesium frame, scuff, stairs resistant -
I vlfiyl covering.I .
2.99 to 8.00 I
I IT. 2" Case _.....,.., ,..." 21.9fet17.
I a 3" Case ,_ 24.$5e1F17.
." S" Cgs. ..,...,....., ..29.9seSamsonite

Styled by: ,r' r

You'll Find: I
mcgnifieent "Zinnia" seed pearls Jn
matched lewelry. FI4. Bracelet. 5.00, CM. Twisted
Smooth Leathers ShoggiesFur t 12 strand pearl necklace & golden clasp. Moaner

Trimmed Mocs Slides 1' length. 6.00, GG14. Choker length. 5.00;. MM.
e Matched pin. 5.00, JM. Matching earrings. 3.00:

Fur Lined Bootees I JJI4". Pearl dome earrings .............._......J.OO

Sparkling gifts from Core. KM. Flexible bracelet ofjoUen

Style Shown leaves with rtllN tofIn. ..00'; L14. Matching

t'J;,' Available la blue, necklace. $.00.: MM. Match.-pmwheel pin. 3.00;
pink and white. MM M. Match earrings J.OO; NM. Textured golden
pin. 3.00, .... Match earrings ............ 2.00
Ladles Shoes"rett Floor FU' r ,.""
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sunday_November LY, !Ivo4_ _Ooineiv.l.e Susjjt..__s-j
S s
Newcomers Dinner Dance Mrs Michel Cuenod, MX,
Calendar '
I I II University of Florida faculty son and his orchestra will Harvey Dick, decorations Mrs
Mrs. Robert Pickardt,
/ And
+f lti.t.1d P.e. Hither Yon Club will be the scene of a provide musicReservations. Harvey Dick, Mrs Thomas
e )f EventsSUNDAY Christmas dinner dance of should I be !Martin, food; Mrs. MaflrlceYeates
I the Newcomers Group at the made by contacting M r a. Mrs Joseph Perry
By RUTH WEbStER: University Women's Club Saturday Stanley Laughlin and Mrs. hospitality: Mrs. Douglas' El-
November M 'Thanksgiving Day Festivities for a Urge number of at 7 p.m., for all UP George Barnard by Monday. tel. Mrs. Arthur Newcombe. I

Gainesville Chapter 44, Gainesville families were shared with the international students faculty newcomers. Tickets are $280 per person Mrs. Stanley Laughlin, nametags
attending the University of Florida. Under me Mrs. James T Hennessey,
ORS Mrs.
Memorial Service 3 Committee chairm Mrs. Leon Marder,
Franklin's/ Is dazzlingwith e n are
of the Gainesville Council for International Fritnd-\ chairman for the affair, will
p m., Temple. Mrs. Dirk Van Per Rydrn, Robert Galther finance.
special-occasion Dedication ceremonies far ship, townspeople and faculty members have opened their be assisted by Mrs George W
dresses to dance In the Ele hearts and homes during the thanksgiving and Yuletide Barnard as co chairman.
Terwliljer I
to party in to be t new Myra sit
t mentary School, 4 season the past years. AU first and second year
the belle of the ball in! It School Cafetorlum. Open to Among those who were hosts this week were faculty newcomers are Invited i NOWOPEN
Long or short bejeweledor the public. They Include Mr. and Mrs Vincent Learned, Mr. and to attend.'I w
be ruffled, tiered or + ; Sire Clifford Boyd Dr. and Mrs. John Coker, 1>r. and Dinner will be served at I
straight, flaring or slinky ? + MONDAY, November M Mrs. James Cavaa, Dr. and Mrs. David Stryker Dr. and 7:IS p.m. with dancing schrdulcd Ikr$
see our frankly Madrigal Dinner Concertof Mrs Austin Creel Mr. and !Mrs M. R. Mathlson. Dr. and at m. Bard Donald- I
fabulous collection of the Gainesville Woman's Sirs R. B. Bennett Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gltlln Mr. and .f: AND :
festive fashions for l Club, T p.m. Club house, West Mrs. S. K. Laughlln, Dr. and Mrs. Mil Unjhara, 1>r. and .
oil the holiday r' University Avenue. Mrs. Ward Hellitrom.
doings. Also Dr. and M.... William Prltcbett, Dr. and Mrs. J. M
V. D. Saunders Dr. and Mrs. William Matchless Mr. and r:: I l r li
Madrigal Dinner Concertof Mrs. Fletcher Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hart. Dr.
the Gainesville Worn a n'a and Mrs. Walter Duncan Mr. and Mrs. James G. Richardson
Club, 7 p.m., Club House, ,, Mrs. A. R. Demott, Mrs. Mary Robertson and Mrs. CRUISE HEADQUARTERS Cartons of NAVEL ORANGES, :
srrl x ; West University Avenue. Mary Thomas Ring. Poe -'ole ..'....slewe. SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT :
Gainesville Junior Wom- Mrs. Beulah Naval, 'a doctoral student In education whose ..- ""'to............-.. :

an's Club "Christmas Treasury husband and family are In the Philippines, was the guest of .t'l'Ht: ...,..C.I... "...11,/MtI1-...... ALL PRICES -
of Breads" Show, 2 to 4 Mrs. Johnnie Ruth Clark, also a doctoral student In education ....w..,.. Ask to M. W. Also Have Deluxe Boxes :
p.m., Utility Operations Cen- with her family IQ St. Petersburg. A..v1..,. ........... .
ter, $51 SE Filth Avenue. WORLDTRAVEL "Just A Nice Sunday Drive"

WEDNESDAY. December 2 To
Gainesville alumni of Sigma
Chapter I, P. E. 0,1 p.m.,
ax Ft C Mrs. Marshall 0 Walk In I, Phi Epsilon joined with the THE ORANGE SHOP
1115 NE Third Street UF chapter to observe
N 1 Lula Tompkies Club, Christ Founders' Day recently and SERVICE Ci/ra, Florida

if mas program, 3 p.m., Masonic honored Dr. Thomas V. Mo p. o. Box 12S
Temple, North Main Street, 101 W. U.... M '.4'"!
Caul, one of the founders of ;
Mrs. Emma Lee Ennis, host
the national fraternity. "Dr. +

ess.Eight O'clock Club, University Tom" Is one of three surviving

A flurry of snowflakesfall Newcomers 1 p.m., founders of the fraternity Sportswear
lightly in a glitter of Clubhouse West NewberryRoad. organized November 1, 1901, -2ND rl*
silver metallic embroidery at Richmond College, now the Shag
on the bodice of this University City Bridge Club, University of Richmond at y
necked sheath. 7:30: p.m., UF Faculty Club,
scoop Richmond Va.Thanksgiving.
More marvelous for the West Newberry Road.
THURSDAY, December 2 .
waist easy fit the light through circlingof the University Agricultural I In the Virgin Islands was a new experience THE SPORTING
self belt. Double Women's Club I Christmas for Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Ahreni, who flew down with the
knit a 100 rope% wool In White Tea, 3 to 4:30: p.m., IF Fac- UF Peace Corps Group early Thursday morning Maurice THING TO GIVE
and Aquamarine. Sizes 6 ulty Club, West Newb r r y has directed this group of M Peace Corps members who
Road. have completed their training on the campus and are now '
Mothers' Club of the University ready for Internship. Virginia will spend two weeks In St. -
Woman's Club, 2:30: to Thomas, where she is staying at the Hilton Hotel Upon her -
$5595 S p.m., Mrs. Robert Myers, return she will go to Denver to spend Christmas with her
Coclough Hill.Cainesvllle daughter. YOU'LL FIND
Chapter 44 OES *
I p.m., Masonic Temple Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. JohaI I: THE FINEST SELECTIONIN
I American Association I of R. Harrison Included the latter's mother Mrs. ThornburgCowlei TOWN AT
University Women, Morn ling and her aunt Mrs. Eleanor! Stanton both of New
/L.MM J.mown I. Bridge Group Mrs. J. A. York City; and her brother, Pal Cowlcs, and Mn. Cosine' WILSON'S
Humphreys, J45 NW Twelfth of Lakeland.
, franklins moufge 5Jbof Avenue Mrs Cowles and Mrs. Stanton, who will leave today for
Reception for delegates and Manhattan, came particularly to see their namesake,
guests attending the IF Caribbean Lots leaner Harrison, baby daughter of the Harrison
401 W. University Ave. FR 2.4606 Conference, 5 to I *
p.m., Dr. and Mrs. J. Wayne Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shadhurn this holiday
Free Parking Rear of Store I Reitz, President' Residence weekend are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collier and their daughter -
2151 West University Avenue. Ronanoke Ala.
____-___ _--_ -_-- .- Trudy who are former residents
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r Trudy Is dividing her visit with Pam Dongles.'
Richard D. BrUlow Is enjoying an extra special vacation
LAST GREAT 'WEEK, I j ji which began early Thanksgiving morning when he SWP L' ,
flew to England from Jacksonville He will be visiting his OFF
mother, Mrs. Lydta Brlitow m Sussex for two weeks dur m
"A sS*". tT '* W. / ffi'* rR .a t' NYJ t N' j s ing this first visit home In II years The BrUlow family

> oh M had their Thanksgiving dinner- a day e early Wednesday, ki

I r The Sam Evanses are entertaining visitors from Oklahoma y9
t for the holiday and proudly showing them their new home.
/ Sam parents, Mr. lid Mrs. W. W. Evan. of Enid and his i M
sister, Mrs. Richard Biker of Tulsa and her two children,
Leslie and Stanley,arrived Thursday for a week s visit.

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_ LWML Plans Newlyweds Now tar .nome "1
Party Business Women's Association Chartered
Annual h.uirlstmai: party and Mrs Joyce A. Castlen and Leroy ace E. Stokes, Is an employee i
mark, England, and Egypt by Tank Lines I D
meeting of the combined cir. Mrs Luther Stokes who were married I
des of the Lutheran Women's Werner Lauter, who and Mrs.have November 14 In Lake) Butler,, Brooker.
Missionary League of the are now at home in Brooker.
traveled In these countries
First Lutheran Church will A special "money tree." The bride chose a light blue, Holiday Party
be held to elect officers for provided by Mrs. Alfred New- suit with matching accessories I The Golden Age Club held
the coming year. master, will receive gifts fore her wedding. She was I its annual Thanksgiving dinner
The program, presented by from members for Lutheran attended by Mrs. Carl Martin,, early this week at the City
the morning circle, will Include World Relief. sister of the bridegroom.Mrs. Recreation Center with more
an Advent skit and In charge of serving refreshments Stokes Is the daughter ol t! than 50 members and guests at-
j hymns, followed by the show- will be membersof Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson,, tendIng. Mrs. George Mocha
Ing of slides of Germany, Den all evening circles. Y v Mr Stokes, son of Mrs Alberta was in charge of the arrangements -
t Stokes and the late Hon, .

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ISuslnens Women's Association of Gainesville Simmons, Installing Officer Mrs. Faye Alexson; \ tint moments In their llvci, t \
Mrs. Ann Faulting, Mrs. Blaine Kedemsky and Mrs.E. \ mOlt and more beautiful
r K. Bowman. The charter was presented to the holiday brides art relying On i
group by Mrs. Alexson. Gameivllltl bridal ants. !
From in txquliitt Artcarvcd
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en's Association of Gainesville Committee chairmen I are S to enchanting china, illvtr \

A DELICIOUS TREE RIPENED held !Its charter meeting Mrs. Marietta Holt, banquet; \ or crystal for the rwwlywtdi, r/ 1 S
recently at the Holiday Inn S this it Golntivilli ltor for 'lit
Mrs. W. H. McDowall, edu- S
look great CITRA FRUIT when Mrs Faye C. Alexson cational project; Mrs. Curtis S brides \S
I Installed officers Mrs. Ann Williams, employment hous- '
...feel even better! Hush Paulllng Is the new president ing; Mrs. Paul Smysor, I AL\ !
NOW AVAILABLEFrom ; Mrs. Grant Simmons, membership: Miss Ann Bat-
wAT IPbotIIhI dry ak throats a1M tltsuuttds.III HonII. PuppI'01 ti.lIrlltlt" anwN 110I.rtNtqhtnb .., Puppi.CSs.tun's I vice president; Mrs. Blaine ey, music; Mrs E I 1111 I beth 1

y to truth'Mqusomt.rtaondSloel* Bnntwd ripkla*elyl And O ttwti"dew-iljr:. .\rt.INlN.Ml ATM IN'CAWAI eNUN.D Our Citra Groves Redemsky, recording secretary Williams Midgette, program, publicity; Mrs. Mrs.LouIse t I FOR THOSE WHO CARE I \
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Receive (6ttimsu'd Iee SWt ,I Sets WorkshopThe

E1 ; ar Instruction Santa Fe River Baptist

RELIGIONLDS Brotherhood Association will

The Gainesville hold a special Instruct I anal

congregationof _. _. ... meeting for all Brotherhood officers
t Jehovah's Witnesses will Thursday at the Carol
I be receiving special instruction Estates Baptist Church, 112J
'this week through a visit of E. NE 20th Place

W, Torso, supervisor of Florida AuxiliaryTo The melting will begin at
Circuit No 5.
7:30: p.m, with G. A. Ratter-

The week's schedule of activities \ ree, state secretary, In charge
was announced Thursday Hold Bazaar"Santa All assoclational Brotherhood

{night following the Ministry t members are Invited.ASSlIIIICS .

1 }I. e School and Service Meeting andI
I as follows Claus Is Coming to lor; Mrs. Tom Grady, second: Power

Above is a model of the proposed building for Faith Methodist Church designed by local architects will be the Town" will be the theme of a counsellor; Mrs J. Hall Johnson
David Reeves and Dan Branch Ground has already been broken for the off-white brick structure on theIcE Tuesday night bazaar slated for Friday by the work director, and Mrs GANGTOK, Sikklm State
Ministry at 7:30 ,
15th St. site near 39th Ave. The fellowship hall in the foreground left of the entranceway, will be followed by the Service: Meeting p.m. LDS Relief Society's Women's Murray Shields, secretary (AP) An announcement by
the first unit constructed. The educational complex, beginning on the right of the entrance, ends with the King Jigme Wangchuk of Bhu
rising levels of the'chapel, far right foreground. Thee units and the sanctuary, renter rear, all center tn Regular Tuesday night Bible -Auxiliary.The Itingliiig Circus tan, assuming all powers and
studies! will be conducted
Inward to a paved courtyard. The sanctuary breaks the outer buildings' low line rising from the narthexto 1 bazaar, to be held at the Finale Benefit dismissing acting prime minister
the chancel and tower. The master plan also includes a 200-car parking lot, kitchen and recreation p.m on Thursday. Saturdayat Church of Jesus Christ of 'Latter Lhendup Dorjl, was receivedhere
areas. Total seating capacity of the sanctuary will be 600. The Initial unit the fellowship hall, ,,'lIlllfrve I p.m. a special talk will be For New College Saturday.
the congregation until the other complex is finished. Faith Methodist pastored by Rev. Carl Hanks, now given by Torso The week's activities Day Saints at 1220 SW Fifth
meets at Howard Bishop Jr. High. (Photo by the architects.) ( will be concluded witha Ave, will begin at S p.m, Fri SARASOTA (AP-The Ring
special public lecture: entitled day. It will combine the sale ling Brothers and Barnum and Power of Prayer
"Do An Religions Lead to Bailey Circus will give proceeds
GREAT IMPACT PREDICTEDNations of various goods and Items
Eternal Life at 6:M p.m., from the final preview of its Dear Editor,
next Sunday, which will be plus a chile supper for 75cents 1965 show to New College. I ""Sine low li
followed by the regular study of The event, open to the The preview will be held In r.. the foundation

Catholics the Watchtower and closing re- public, will feature the sale of Venice Jan. I, Dr. George yl J 4' of toting rtllglon others, and

Today marks by the circuit supervla- household items, baked goods, Baughman, president of New I may b* t difficult .
or, College, said friday. thing far
novelties and fish
a pond I
I There will be preperformance many ptoplt, I
Today, Jehov,; Witness ei thought a quo-
Members of the auxiliary parties and a for
will hear R. V, Bender speak supper titlon ScornFraoia
Introduce working.on the bazaar Includethe the audience and cast Boxes I dtblti
English Liturgy on the subject "World Crisis '
officers, headed by M r i, and seats are offered on a subscription : would b* htlp.
Marks the Time of the End.
ful, H. sea o famous nllglavi
Allen Vincent, president; Mrs or donation basis, he
He will refer the public to the water of tHt 16th.17th Ctnrury
By:GEORGE W. CORNELLAP cally.minded denominations, While the canon, or central sional, at the offeratory,' at Bible for answers to such questions David Whitmer, first rouncel-. said. I II567.16651' whM. works trt

Religion Writer such as Episcopalians and Lutherans part of the Mass for consecration communion and a recessional as "What Is this crisis? Tampan Kohhed Gill miittrpltctl read today were,Two'Introduc of nil

NEW YORK (AP) American of the bread and wine, will hymn. Is there a way to survive! It"? Mcintosh Church After (; ton to the Dtvout Lift,' nd
The public Is invited to attend mnc Trtotitt of the L... of God'
Roman Catholics begin wor- So much so, observed a Lu- remain In Latin, most of the Sermons, sometimes a perfunctory
shiping in a new and livelier theran Church In America editor rest is to be in English affair In the past, are tonight at 130: pm, at 1124 Today to Hold TAMPA (AP-llenry) Ballard II On lovt,the h.lubJKt nld 'You of (timing leers to to
NE Third Ave.Ringling,
way Sunday, using their own the Rev. Dr. Elson Ruff, This includes all Scripture mandatory at Masses on Sun. athletic director of Tampa Blake III speak by speaking, to study by
language to a large extent instead that:"we immediately wonder readings, the Epistle read by a days and on high holy days High School, was robbed Friday J, studying, t* .run by running;
Hymn ProgramMcINTOSH and him Goc
of the traditional Latin who borrowed what from lay rector or the priest, and' The changes will "require a' Museum night while carrying receipts I and to man you by loving to' lovt Tht bt-

required_since ancient tiroes. whom. the Gospel by the priest andor thorough re-education of both special hymn- from the state Negro football ginning Un bt made by
The historic shift also calls fora ."It seems that Luther was a deacon I priests and people," sayi the Curator Named sing service will replace the championship game out of the II acknowledging thit ....ryan.h. .
It also Includes the varying Rev, Gerard S. Sloyan, president some good points Think ofthott
borrower in
vastly increased role by the the the first place, regular serm n at the Mcintosh stadium, police said mlnlmli' the dtftctt
I lay congregation in prayers, 'and the Lutheran liturgy is actually weekly propers, such as the of the North American Liturgical SARASOTA (AP-Curtls 0 'Church at 11 am services today Blake said receipts amounted and know that your
litanies and song a revised version of the chanted introit or entrance Conference. Coley, 31, curator of the Herron to: about f 1,000. He was accompanied I love tlwtvi; .o."Ibt mart
It will "make the Church Roman Mass." gradual chanted between the It Involves such a major shift] Museum of Art In Indianapolis, by a friend, Conway lovt to you. Rtgulor_ RtatUr,"
more comprehensible to all I Worship of Protestants has first and second Scripture lessons In past practice that "It Is hu- Ind, has been appointed director Mrs. E. Boyd Williams, of O'Neil, when two gunmen demanded tins Wnlt, or your quntafloni_ m.nlt, to, Editor 1'iUI",
Ocala will lead
men," declares a liturgical always been in the people's language and offeratory and com man nature for some not to takeIt of the state owned Ringling the congregational the money he said ; PO. ear IJ, Norwalk, Conn
commission of United States a point at issue In their munion verses. too easily at first," commentsthe Museum here, the museum said : singing and present some Police found the getaway car (Copyright" tFCOl This public
Also In English are the ordinary Msgr John Fleming, of I solos She and Mr. Williams will ....vln sponsored by I
bishops, and lead to a more 16th Century break from Rome. Friday. and said it was stolen ,
"full, conscious and active par The Catholic Mass, often parts of the Mass to be Manhattan's Church of Our I be In charge of the program. JONES.JOHNSONFUNERAL

ticipation" by the faithful. called the Church's "great recited by people and priest together Savior. "But In time, It will Coley will assume his post Williams was formerly director
The bishops set this Sunday, prayer" and centering on the or alternately In response mean a lot more than ever be March 1, said Florence Gill. I of music for St. Mir k's first Church .f GodUuJtrtM HOME
to each other fore," more, public relations director I... ASS .,.IWtnlilt
of Advent and the beginning Eucharist or Lord's Supper, Including: :Methodist Church In Ocala He
the of the new ecclesiasticalyear first was put in Latin when that The Kyrle, "Lord, have mercy To those Catholics accustomed He replaces Kenneth Donohue I was also a soloist at Ou 1 la'il .Ti4S...Ie.PM Ittli M..Jr I FR 6-5361

for Introduction of the far. was the language spoken by ."; the Gloria, Glory to to spending Mass mostly who resigned the $13300 a year :First Methodist Church for several SUN.'W. ITthPUct I
reaching, changes In parishes most Christians of the Fourth God In the highest ."; the In private meditation, despite post last August for the Los Angeles I years Mrs Williams was Iliirtti- ....1) PH. 172-7111 I 311 S. MAIN ST.
Century Roman Empire. Creed, "I believe In one God, transition the biggest City Museum of Art I formerly a pianist at St. Marks,
across tremendous the nation.A and telling impact Although Latin became a the Father Almighty ,"; the i a lorsel i.............................,..,....-....-.-.-.---.-.-.-.,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.a,-r...-.-.w.-.-.w.-.-...t....

foreseen among the dead language, It was retainedby Sanctus before the consecration, Many are "very much againstIt
was 45 million Catholics In the Western rite of the "Holy' holy, holy Lord God of ," says the Rev. Charles Ilayf-

nearly country's 17,500 parish Church, leaving the Mass in a hosts ;; the Lord's Prayer, ner, of St. Ignatius Loyola
churches this in cities and villages. tongue uniform but unknown by "Our Father, Who art In Heav-, church here. "They're used to r l I
have been going most worshippers, and thus en ,"; the Agnus Del, "Lambof their own little private prayers.
. Many special instructions and largely up to the clergy God, Who take away the sins But they' come around Others -'
through of the of the world. ." are very enthusiastic
the Introduction
for the new Wjtn
practice mode of to worship.prepare For others, It I vernacular, the people can participate When the people receive com Archbishop Halllnan comments i. :oL",* L.
at first stunningly ( intelligently Instead of munion, either standing or : I /1
may seem different and per. murmuring a mumbo-jumbo of kneeling according to custom, "For some, especially those' t
unfamiliar, disconcerting. Latin, as Incomprehensible to the priest says, "the body of fixed In their ways, the changes tUJtfRet..
haps Some temporarily Catholics, settled In the them as Hindustani" says the Christ,""and the recipient says, may be distasteful. Those who u I

of lifetime, have voiced Rev. Ralph Gorman, editor of "Amen. like the new ways must understand
habits a about the extensive the Catholic magazine,. The The dismissal, too, Is In English how hard it If for some 1i
complaints Smoothing out the Sign. "Go, the Mass is ended" people to change the habits of a

changes Is expected to bea Under the revamped ritual,[aid the blessing, "May Almighty lifetime. d ,
readjustment worshipers will stand in many God bless you, the Father, and Those! who like the old ways i Now l lounge chairfashion

long process originally were phases of It, for prayers, hymnsand the Son, and the Holy Spirit. must try to understand how Invigorating
The reforms the Vatican council psalms, Instead of kneeling "Amen," the people respond. life In the Catholic I r
authoried by last year in its mon silently through most of the Singing of hymns a relatively Church Is becoming! ; they must comes to ( :
In Rome rare thing In most Catholic excuse the enthusiasm of the
umental on the 120flOword"ConsUtution Liturgy" which left The as priest may face the people parishes also Is recommended I others and not look upon" themas p recliner chairs v r

detailed Implementation up to throughout the service, In- as an opening proces dangerous extremist
hierarchies stead of having his back to them
regional The "Magna Carta of Chris- as In the past, although this remains 8 o* w ;

tan renewal," the Rev. Godfrey optional since It requires UNIVERSITY b _ _
Diekman, an American Ben- a forward position for the altar y
Church wor- table to permit standing behindIt
edictine expert on BAPTIST CHURCH orfr .
ship, has called the document. h'
modifications worked Most altars are against the
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the priest, i a
Dominus vobiscum" '
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SfSove ha ttnklnj! ecumenical 1 ... -.114 i Ltfri t'.".. 17o iiNw i $119.95
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",, .e invite a ProtesUn' i Cewee-tent r Chile I
S,tMl tip***** beds.**. Uwa
himself very
frlend lit will find / Tate Aeeew'ts 1
IIIudl at home ht tile 'fort4DItI'fit I Arrenfet la.ited
'SfnIct 01 the W orlel'. say

tilt Mod RrI. Paul J. Hallirr'archbishop I
eomminrioa o( Atlanta nam"by'and a w6ae sew .I pntai ore Mt cf i bite: 6eae

song" 1f-,
more There similarity will between C 400 Stem C..-f-C*..t, $sd.e-re-Se'dee LAYAWAY NOW % ,.... 172.-441 Jl7 S.W tJH. StreetI. i"

lie and Protestaa worship s 12 L UNIVERSITY AVE. FOR, CHRISTMAS ); )a >>)t>> ,.ct>>2aJ1>>)I)1 )1>> >> 2a2ai
flrwitftr with CM "ore Wnrj


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Neal's Mobile Home. Court
Johnson fir Farls Seed fir Charlie & Lillie 0 .Neat
I Garden Supplies 3001 S.E. Hawthorne Rd.
f 224 NW,8th AvenueJ.

Janes-Johnson Funeral Home
M. Fields Department Store Mr. Harold Johnson
Mr. Joseph E. Williamson 311 S.Mai"St.McDuff .
1409 N.W.123rd Blvd.

Appliance Store
Jim Vayles Appliance Co. Mr. C. Boyd: Grens
James or Ann. Vaylei 1121 N. Main St.

419 NW. 8th Ave ",.

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Royal Crown Bottling Co.
y 4 Mr.Jim Hodnett
Badcack Furniture 1201 E. University Ave
Associate Store ,I lt w'
Gibbi FurnitureMr.
Kenneth M. Gibbi ,
102SW. litAve. Town Or Country Beauty

s Ashley Solon Beauty Center

: :4 3424 W. University AveGameivilla .

Gertner'i, Inc. r ,
Mr. Harold R. GertnerMr. 5
Virgil W. Harvard a9 s s a Tf yr e Nursing Center
1133. Main St. w SW 34th St. North of
.' Archer Road

Fuller Fata Inc. Hendenon Land Lumbar
Mr. Earl N. Davit,Jr. Co.
619 W University Avt. 3 s' r5t Mr. Robinson L. Henderson
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.<."....- 2303 N.E. 27th Av.

Combs Lumber fir Supply Ca.
Mr. A. L. Comb.Mr. .- First Federal Savings &
Wm. E. Combs Loan Ais'n.
NW. 8th Ave. at 4th St. Mr. T. Wade Harrison
249 W. University Ave.


Sunnylend Packing CompanyMr. : Gainesville Opticians
Thomas E. Hordee Miss Ole L. Rowan
1120 SW. 5th St. ; 805 W. University Ave.

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Garry and I won first prize last Saturday I It wasTthe young people's Olde Tymc costume party atlhe church, Hughes &Chestnut Funeral I
Bill' Meet Room Inc. ,., ,. 'y .
'' Home
',! .. "And we had a wonderful time. ; *"
Mr. Frank James : 1 .\. Mr. Charles S'Chestnut

Ernest 1001NW.4thSt.Roughtan I go to almost everything the qpb! puts on, and of course there are lots of activities besides 'parties and 18 N.W. 8th Ave.

dances. We visit hospitals, we collect and repair toys for underprivileged children, and we help with various ... r ..

church events. We have regular religious discussion groups that often get me so interested I continue the dis Firestone Store

Town Tire Co. cussion around the family dinner table all week long! Mom and Dad don't mind, though. They think it's good "Bud"Mr. Charles Stewart!.
Mr. Ernest Turbyfill
605 NW.SthAve. for math be mixing with other young Christians, and they never worry when I'm over at the club. 304 W. University Ave, .

Your own church offers many enjoyable and worthwhile activities for Christians of every age. Why not

? You'll be warmly welcomed. Gainesville' Production
Yellow Cab Gainesville Join Credit Association
J. Wallace Brown Mr. Henry M. Froxet
Phone 376-6411 4310SW.\ 13th St.

The Church is the greatest factor larly and support the Church. They McCollum Drug Company
Marlon Finance Ca., Inc. on earth for the building of charaoare: (1) For his own sake ((2) For 1124 W. University Avt
Mr. L. Ellis It Is .torehis children sake (3) For the sake
George 1. ,, ter and good citizenship a 1324 E. University Avt
222 W University Ave house of spiritual values Without of his community and nation. (4)
strong Church, neither democracy For the lake of the Church itself
nor civilization can survive. There which needs his moral and material
Gate City Mattress r s.bu, X.wbr CopyrigOa 1164&rvin lrw. are four sound reason why every support Plan to go to church regu Jim SandersConstruction
& Carpet Works J Adwrbw't.. v. person should attend services reguarty and read your Bible daily.Merle Mr. James L.Co.Sander

Mr. A. D. Chombleii 2604 NE. 19th Drive
818W. University AveJerry's .unday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
1 Chronicles Romans 1 Corinthians I Corinthians Philippians I Thessalonians James
18:7.18 12:4-13: 5:7.13 9:19-27 3:2-16 2:1-8 1:22-27: Bank af HawthorneMr.
Drive-In Restaurant
John J.TaylorHawthorne
Mr. H. Paul Mogoard
2310 SW. 13th St.

I Raymond L.TesiinariGeneral -

Jef fceat Neon Sign Norman C. Butler CosmeticsMarjorie Alr-Wey Dry Cleaners frWaiheretta Edwards Building Supplies, Holiday Inn Restaurant Security Contractor BUlldinlJ-
Mr. Hubert C.Jeifcaat Inc. General Gains Steak Home 1105 W. University'Av..
513 W. Univ.rsityAv.
1611 IS. Main St. Mr. William L. Glaiper Mr. Harry C. Edwards Mr. John H. Hintermuter.Jr.
202 S.E. 14th St. 726 S. Main St. 19005W. 13th St. .
Carlton's Dairy .
A&P Food Store Brawn's Tsxaco Service 930 NE 14th Ave.
Mr. Robert E. Brawn University City Televiiien Crowder'. "Nursery James Johnion-
Letter Partridge
601 S.W.l2ndAv.. 1206 W. University Ave Cable Co., Inc. Mr. G. H. Crawder HoweU's Business College- Hershel Gains/
< 522 N. Main St.UIII..rsity Orange Heights RoadGainesville Secretarial Courses
218 W. UniversityAve.
Central Hairstyling College,
Mary Carter Paint StoreRobert Inc.Me..
Coleman Kerosene & Fuel Coca-Celt
City Bank
& Helen Gerard Od.11 Hines
Oil Mr. J. E. Pi.non Bottling Co. Gainesville Granite fir 218
501 NW 8th Ave. Mr. N. L. Calemen 1116 W. University Ave 929 E. University AvtGameiville Marble Works ht St. I
372.2842 Mr. D. Roy Loveday
Mr. Gerold D. Heard One
Guaranty Federal Saving Livestock MarketMr. 2l3bSE. 4th St. Hour Mertiniiing
Koppors Co.Inc. Lannie H. Cleaners
& Loan Association Thompson
Mr. Leo J.Themes Kirkpetrlck flr Pierteit, Inc. M,. Chol. Abrams NW.6thSf. William I. Van Winkle Sr.
Builders and Developer N.W. 23rd Blvd. Four Gainesville Locations

1308 S Main St. House of Flowers

Wmn-Disle Stares Public SupermerketLynn I Mauldin's Auta Glass Mr. Ronald Wheeler Merable StudK)*-Pertreit
130 NW. 6th St. Chapmen t Mr. Jones MeuUiH 919. W. Univ.nityAve. Pbetographars
HIO N. Main St. 1014 N. Main St. '. '323 N.W, 6th St. Mra. H. M. DtT.MI
Chendler's 602 N. Main St.
Restaurant .a*
Mr. T. A. .Nielsen Food Fair Stores McDaniel Furniture C..
Mathews Plumbing C. 720 N.W. 13th St. 134 N.W. 23rd Avt Morgan Typewriter Agency. 'Mr. John W. McDanial .Howard Hall Agency..
Hugh M. Mathews N. Main at 10th Ave William L Meraaei 1206 N.Main St. Insurance
2327 N.E. 19th Drive 90 I IN. Main St. Mr. Howard Halt

Rain fr Owens Mesenry v Vldel Drug Company 605 N.E.1st St.

Contracto'IIc. W. L CopelaA-. Mac's Drive-In Rettetrtnt
Copeland Sausage Company Mr. H. Cobum Rein- + W. P. Bourgeois Balk-lmdiey.\ J. A.end H. F. McCermkk SIM Finance
Florida Mr. W. R. Owens Mr. Thames L Spencer 1331 Tfca
Alaehua.' H23NW7thSt. x '102 E. University Ave 1302. N. Main St. LUniversityAv. 33 AAaney Srera
N. Main Street

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This Series of Messages Is Made Possible by These Businesses Whose

Desire II Is To Awaken Our Citizenry To Their Need For Divine Guidancet


Sunday November. 29, 19U Goh.sville Sun ID
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I i Work on Veterans Hospital Is Off the Ground ,

i Gainesville's $10 million medical monumentto Americans who have died and been maimed
to the nation's Veterans is off the ground and in the nations service
a reaching skyward. ; .Matthews Is given a large share of the ., .. ', : .
1 J'J. 'Volpe Massachusetts governorelectand credit. fur the VA's selection of Gainesville f' I
Contractor for the Veterans Admlnlstra* r for the hospital, south of the University of ...
: it ..\.1'" lion's 500-bed hospital here found construction t., Florida's J. Hillis Miller Health Center on
'I :Z-71 .::,': ''' ,on, the big project In the sidewalk-superin- Archer Road
'tendcnt stages on an inspection trip her
,'li A cooperative medical between
... 1. '" .'. 'last week., ?. program
: the University's medical school and the V> .
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r'i hospital was contemplated by officials charged
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iSite preparation and foundation work is ',1'
g.. behind the construction crews and the buildk k( w I ; with IU location I ,,,,., I .
'. Ing's shell is rising Completion of the. ,VA : When in operation, the hospital will employ o ffi', i \
hospital Is expected by mid-1966. : i. f I: J 12DO: J persons. According to U.S. Chamber n
of Commerce calculations, '
slightly more J" II.
: In dedicatory remarks here at the hospital ,,, than that number of Jobs will be created to '''ql( ,

groundbreaking In January, Rep D, R. (Bil-> ,, ), I provide services bringing the total to approximately !It'll. fft s
) Matthews called It monument" to the i 2500.t .
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11/1" STORY WHAT A CHRISTMAS PRESENT! 'ySp 1ATiQN Nod Open 2. 6 Swimming Pool Included

a 1 If you seek Individuality this could be the home you've been March'
:JlnlmOI 1964 will be ten moil |oyout of yaw U/fUf Ing for Simple' yet tltqant, Colorful yet lubdufd Fred Mason |Inc..
lift In this bwutiful raw colonlol design horn 1. ,# WITH CONFIDENCE l r offers a vast array of features, previously' ovoliable only to the
by Ridgwoy Conitructlon Lunuiy borhi, kitchen, I-IIU' t wealthy of a most agreeable price, Mere words con not describe. this
wall to wall carpet, double garage, air conditloradBuutlfully From o Member of The luxury home See It today It's completely! finished and ready for occupancy '
I lMIdKaped lot 'II N.W. 2Ot.. Tarries y Located on NW, 17th Place In Suburbia Heights
Gainesville Horn Builders Ask About Our Trade PI.
West) off Mill'
Open Today 2-6 p.m. JU- 614
hopper Road at N.W 11th Pioci.WANT Association' q4rUNI1CBS trM Fred Mason, Inc. 372-8340

r OPEN HOUSE TODAY, 1130-5 p.m.
r Tw Loft elf N I. 2J.. 11.4. M N I. (ltd ..,..*

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niing raw Wfion >f our mit f6rr p.., AWMntiZ sr.Mtdie fr..f
The Concord, by Young America Homes combines the warmth of o/wtt w.4 brick *iuHr, i .ria" [r\w; w I '*><( i daiuce l kwiM kiMhn.rM .
with the of FIREPLACE larte Oinl.q" Mope 22 l 14 foot ",11 non, /owe bedruwoe, ewe cup. baths. See
Early American design 4119 N.W. 19th Drive 350 "*i's rawe today!

FRONT. LOW" FHA DOWN PAYMENT. NO MONEY DOWN VA. Ready far "Imnwdlat* otufxyK. Owe N W. wended lot. Control Peat .....It.... Court Manor
pay only $100 I closing.Young Hdpeitrt kitchen Thf* bMfcoom*. Only $)!0 down $he per iw*! ,* II1g1i1anc1-'f
sat riinHf U. swim elub oammunliy
America Homes, Inc. Norwood Hope "H" Inc.
y Kirkpatrick & Pierson, Bldrs.Dov.UNBELIEVABLE .
372.7070 Off N.L 15th Street .t 10th Ar.nue 1121 21. 4.y snw P5..SI'I w P5 ,..7lSlr ..... 112.1411

Northwest on 100 x 100 Ft. Lot! VALUEf"L


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.. Ift .. The 1hriJirot: lUnch Grand, .O 1 1m. 3w..nh. 10 .c4- A, i
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"bones = :Idol /'tooy i Nma wow, : TOP NORTHWEST LOCATION
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COLONIAL DESIGN and IN THE WOODS be tw --.. 5.d.aaw wane fo.rwd Perfect w..4 of Lrly Mwr..tIS r 1 -1 Mvb y. TIwe ......... bed.Maras .
MAald .ismenam IcIwt kola.., cas...b 'tf .'w "a'e used belch ...... .... .Mg wing ...>ai..l folly teem _)_ I M clad ......oat ...... '" sad .,.. .,,",- CNaeiel uvte G L se bedsm
r. Mr W l. .>....*. lUKfcwi MOOMW .J.... l., TMS IddJh. ..W '..... wnc. AH ...... <._ ..*.. toit I i r halo., P.ety asddad end l.r.da--pe y r 1 I .des ..... c-.. Mot ? I" _
AtSSIC ABOUr SPED JUHrtlSI KATUHf TO Ii W CauCtD IN LOA(' *Jltfusly ,....." by Mac-. N I Ivox iNNCLUD3" I. ..rNbre Ny- I )' 'J DOWN VA.. .'HA USO DOWN.
T_ Mt elf M. W. It* A-.... ** M.W. 4it4 (.........* 14.' T_ hit ** MW.I ems Mmnt In icomIe....... $W 000 cLcSING cws
lab n.... It-. lot ..... ...... .. ken. f flit_.,....,.. _wt.OfH2>S peso. 4J2O OW. tie [ 0.'. Til Dirk 127 N.Wj'lTtli Drive


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SUit Sunday. November 29, 1964

I J |/ here's No Time Like NOW to Buy That Home I

i somewhere I'saw a picture of CUtt IPIID
I man,,10 old that his long DIS'U'y
arty beard nearly touched his
t tattered shoes Beneath the pic- News and Viewsstability -y- --
fare was the caption,. "Here'i
J the man that waited for real

estate prices to come back By BE IN
down." The lesson Is simple and security More floor space By .1962, this floor BOBHATTON
real estate prices are not coming people started on the road to financial -space had Increased to 1,162 1 ,\ J
down. independence through square feet. This was an Increase 4
William Black field, presidentof owning their own home than in of 268 square feetmorethan YOUR NEW

the National/ Association of any other way.Mortgage enough for, lay, an extra
Home Builders gives payments on a room IS I 14 feet
some I
cellent food for thought for eX'1 home are stable Rents may The median house constructed HOME BYe
families pondering the purchase rise, but payments remain the by members of the Builders'
of a new home. I same. The home buyer can Economic Council of the N a- one built In 1952 would cost an '
F plan InteUegently for the fam- tional Association of HomeBuilders additional $471 not count In.
A new home Is a consumer's ily's needs for years ahead In- has 1,206 square feet time to buy a home?" Thai
best buy. The house Itself is an stead of on a month. to month of floor space answer: 'Last year five
excellent product the best basis With every payment, the House costs, of course, have the land costs. But the price of
made house In the world. I home buyer increases his equityin risen along with everything else land for that house Jumped by .' /
Today'i home buyer gets his Investment. In the last 10 to IS years, $1,367 in that decade.
more house for his money, He How big a house a consumer though[ less than most Items There Is little prospect that rr"rw
gets more bathrooms; more buys depends, naturally on his The major factor In the Increase -land costs will decline. The na-
bedrooms, more storage space Income and his needs But government has been the sharp rise lion's population is growing at
and more conveniences HI 1 II studies reveal that new in the cost of land. Bull ders the rate of three million a year.1
home It better designed. It is homes over the last 10 years or have absorbed a good portion of In another six years, we will be'' C
built for better living I so have tended to offer more this higher land cost thr o ugh I country of 215 million. By
But In buying a home, the floor space economies resulting from more 1980, the population is expected
consumer gets more than a' In 1950, the average new ,efficient construction. to be 260 million. I
place In which to live, fine 1 home with an FHA insured Studies disclose that I 1M Almost all the future growthof
though stls. He gets financial mortgage had 894 square feet of FHA house Identical in size with the United Slates will take
place in the urban areas. Within .I
a few years, about 85 per cent
of the population will be living 4
Brighten a Dull Room In urban or metropolitan centers J .-.' -

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To provide homes for this

rapidly growing population, we .j'j'L'i
With Shutters FringesShutters will both have to build farther .4 -

and farther out In the suburbs?i
and make economical use of f
and trimmings! What u The new window shades receivea land In and close to the city.
do they have In common? Both decorative shot In their hemlines And we will need new approaches -I
can lift a room out of the "Mrs. DOROTHY when a flirting ball fringe to building community to

Anybody" class right Into the la added. preserve open green areas and r Now Is the Time To Buy
"Mrs. Somebody" league And If you are looking for quick prevent land waste. _
they won't add dollar sign i DRAPER and efactlve pick-up suggestions Considering the land situation I /
patterns to your dreams either! for a frightfully dull room, It la no wonder that the same Your New Home Be
Indoor shutters are being, don't shudder SHUTTER answer Is often given to the
used more and more but there soiled type, you would be surprised e e question, "When la the best j Eligible for 1965 Home-
are still a lot of people who how a ball fringe, a Mrs HMD asks: years ago-10 years ago.-Now'" 4 FREE

haven't thought about them yet. scalloped fringe, an openwork' "The wall !In my daughter's stead Exemption!
They are decorative and practical -cotton fringe or a combination room is a light yellow On her If you're always entering Christmas Gifts
and painted the same color braid and tassel fringe can dress maple bed Is a yellow and those national contests and nev' Homestead Esemption will hundreds
as the walls, or a stark whit up a plain curtain, bedspread, brown quilt coverlet and yellow er win anything take heart. save you REGISTER FOR
or shiny black, they Introducea tablecloth, place mat, or rug dust ruffle What color would Miss Mildred Dakin of 212 N.W.I f| offinancing. dollars property to.... Choose G.E. PORTABLE
whole new note Into your I have seen a heavy ball
you suggest for draperies and 3rd Avenue recently won one of
home from the beautiful
room. Used on windows, as fringe used around a room to., throw rugs? only 20 Tappan food waste disposers your new among DISHWASHER
doors to cabinets to cover ugly top a papered wass for whimsical Dear Mrs H.M.B.: awarded in the entire na models In Village Green. We'll help you or-
radiators, as screens and as a color emphasis Or used as Ion. I 3
wall decoration, they add an a tie.back for a curtain, or to rugs"I'd!In like a good curtains tobacco and brown.throw p range low COlt FHA, VA, or Conventional NO DOWN PAYMENT VA

interesting new texture, Try one decorate a cornice or a canopy I She entered the Tappan l10meHunter' '>, The timein was never better for you V
Pay Only $100 Closing
somewhere! on a bed it does somethingthat Sweepstakes recently
Even If you aren't the tas- nothing else can match.I HB'. .' asks: through local building firm, % to buy the home of your.dreams.' from $395 DOWN FHA '
I m really stuck I have antique -Kirkpatrick and Pierson,

walls are gold a carpeting medium shade and my of Five other persons who registered 4\ Monthly Payments from $65 FHA

I Here's the AnswerBy green with a gold cast I needa for the contest at Highland
color to brighten living and 'Court Manor won ninth place
dining room. Should I use gold prizes ...I three volume sets of
draperies and what color should the Better Homes and Gardencookbook DEVELOPERr

AP ANDY Newileaturcs LANG are do halt careful the,floor you each probably time can, f I use*" for. slipcovers, pillowsetc They were. Mack'Richardson,I .. DIRECTIONS Drive North on Mom Street
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QUESTION: The problem J 14- ,Dear HBJ: I 920 N.E. 17th Drive, and Miss or 13th Street to 16th Avenue. Turn right
have concerns my b}t h room r Gold draperies wouldn't help'Sandra Adams, 4180 N.W. 13th '0 ] (lent) and continue on 16th Ave. to N: .E.
tile The tile Itself Is In very (You can get Andy Lang's The de much. Why don't you get some Terrace, both of Gainesville; ---.J I 15th Street. Watch for Village Green signs
good condition and is very secure tailed booklet" 'Herei green draperies to match your and Miss Mildred Mann, Jacksonville : and office. ,
therefore I do not wantto Answer, with replies to 35 walls with a lively pattern In Lewis Irby, Stark; I _.
pertinent home repair q u e stone a For Information 376-7971
It. The trouble is the white and tangerine or white and Mrs. Jettia Roberts, White
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replace by sending 21: cents anda NI 15th $" 21th Are.
lines between the tile, which, .addressed and peacock blue? Then pickout Springs. ) ..
self -- -
stamped, -- -- -
long --
becoming brown In color, either tangerine of blue (as' fa1Ur/.. DISPLAY -
are envelope to Know H o w, P. 0
coming the case may be) for your slipcovers .
and in some places
Box 954, Jamaica, N Y I
do correct and use of snow-
I to
out. What can
this condition? Also available, at the same white accessories and flowers See the Beautiful and 13
price, Is "Wood Finishing the Monterey Other
ANSWER: You did not specIfy "
torn*. Be sure to specifywhich Mrs B. asks:

wall whether tile, nor you what mean kind floor of tile.or booklet you want) "I want to do over my kitchen & Pierson

On the assumption that you are Canibodia-U.. S. and I'm at a ksi The room is Quality Kirkpatrick Homes Today
small and narrow and has sun
about ceramic floortile ,
talking which sometimes developsthe Talks Slated all afternoon, There Is a yellow
mention after and gray tile floor which I can
condition you WASHINGTON (AP) The not replace now Also yellow
this: using a
many yeari, try United States will talk over its linen counter tops which must
Instrument, such as an
pointed meeting In New Delhi Dec 7. !also stay The cabinets are:
loose mortarin
awl, remove any Philip W. Bonsai from theStat. natural now but have darkened .'
the tile )Joints, then sweep Department policy planning -' and are badly scratched.!
and wash It After it
the floor staff la being sent to Indiato What color paper should I
is dry, make a mixture of one represent the United States In'use on the upper part of the
part of waterproof portland cement -
the: room?
and one part of fine sand, I
Cambodia has charged the Dear Mrs. B.: ,
or buy a ready mixed grout that United States with violating its I Paper walls In a paper with
addition of
requires only the frontiers by helping South VietNam a cool green background (with
water In either case, use a forces chase Viet Cong yellow pattern) and paint cab-: ,
minimum amount of water, Just. guerrillas into Cambodian terrI- inets and ceiling to match the
enough to make the mix workable
tory. green _

Spread the mixture on the SOUTHERN COMFORT
floor, using a squeegee to work
it thoroughly Into the )Joints.I
Quickly remove all excess mortar
before It begins to set using f
a piece of burlap first and the
a damp cloth. Keep rubbing until '
this excess his disappeared, 4 :,, ';
then polish with a dry cloth
Your big problem la to keep 1tR y I r
anyone from walking on thi by McKinley Construction
tile for two<>> or three days which OPEN TODAY 2-6 P M.

means you'll hive to do the QUALITY CONSTRUCTION ........t I .... .** ,....
job in sections.During pit* espied II.'.. s..<* *"fc Hr.,U.. hoar Mm
I......, .I... 4nm .Itc.... ...1..... fvmitvx ftahk
the drying periodkeep ..... .. .. .,
.. i..111 .t tnl sir ''Ii. "< .I lw. .
the repaired area covered e......
with a damp cloth, which ..... 3JOO N.W. 21th AvtnueM'I

should be sprinkled several 1 >*i $26,500 Terms Arranged
times a day. Remove the clot
V&S0 Telephone 376-2253
and go on to the next sectionIf .

the members of your family Directions Buy Your New Home eQuality Hornet Priced from
C"O' OIlO'l.U

SPEND ,CHRISTMAS IN STYLE! AT $13,400 to $18,200.
TTia Monterey located at the corner Now- Move in Before
Shadowlawn Estates ".ul..te, *i.. h Avenue and -
3lit 12th Payments
gin, ;..., ......_ N.E. Street start ot $79.34.
To get there, just drive north on Main, January 1 to Assure.

turn right at N.E. 23rd Blvd., and con- Nothing Down VA

tin u. to 12th. Turn LEFT and follow

directional ligni. S.. you there! Homestead E xemti0nAll Tappan I built-in>> kitchens


Highland Court Manor i


Il l Truly Gainnvlllt' snout ..citne! hanin both HcM tho swim club community :
1 to d*<,lgn and hotum. C.dcx :'. Sunk. OPEN HOUSE TODAY

1 tn tube flrtplocii I : Inttrcora iyit n Phone
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upoMd been) (t Nngi l.fro an \
1 Many olhtr ogrttsnjmg fraturat.I I .
F. D. OLIVER Builder
D.fMM' Dri.. West *. NW Ink *...<.. .
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SUN AOMhn0N 0517 NW 1515 II, Ul prlmo HMki
FARMS LIVESTOCK Ill WM1 Uftl.1y *... II:. ...... 1115 ,.... sidled portoctlon.DIM .
For Christmas Get Results -----. ond Discs M llvo. mintIIVIRrill
M Pom SwltmontV 'ANT TO RACI AND NAYS PUI wiy "ldoy 115 IdNreay
PMI t PortlllMTM Why Not Try THE ORLEANS
Roiln, your tor 4t 1121 W51t U.1y" AosnsOPltI .1041 NW 17to II. 50.1151
LrMtlock _
lboard. L .... M *<. ..... Doy 01*.* ouollCMM SACSWAYN N HOURI IM. TMkDINI
the followIng
Once every year people try :ly on pane By WANT ,.n a a sMIT.eS w. U.... Ac.. 0.... IIIINIP. (HOTAWIOHIO PISH PRY ft DANCIDIRfCTORy
hard to b. human. They do It UDAll KtY MUUIT
the full size pattern offered II LN/.rnN Wnltrd Announcements _
Pi 155 N .1 III 5to. Ionic.Is Prr. .,. M P. M -- t, conn
by smiling to strangers, saying :. ..... .... HUMPTY DUMPfYml
below, no special skill Is DINING it
hello as though they mean It FINANCIALM Ptr odi It .. o) Mm. popor.I 2 CARD Or THANKS NW UHI it DINING-MUSIC
needed to duplicate the card 11. ..... .
Another way many folks express ........ OpROrtwiilloiMonoy .
oolino. ) THI FAMILY 01 TIWwlohoo ..K. DIM' ky CMM ont m mo *oliMM TREAT
lustrated. Full size lettering DUTCH
good will is by decorating 17 H Loon II IMo AlI .p/atsnlt, otmonnor ol IIIIY'M"'A.O' WNEKAL GAINES
N MortlssI N M.M 515N 500 ...0115 Mall RIITAURANTtOOClOUIOI lottW Unh Avo.
their home with a cheery guide simplifies adding you ADS FAMILY RATES a6..5 NN5a.. 0.WanI In L.._ Pitt OPIN M HOUR A DAY STEAK ROOM
MH45y Pxlurlnt O I Prim' W ClMlraM
Christmas Greeting. The one name or other additional message I InoomoriToM his 5n.S W Sv1ISW SoI0rvISn.W. M a//rr 4ollcloul. IIMIM, Poo4.DM "aANOWICMlROAjTTlSP.." "> > -.... I* yew MX

illustrated Is an original Outdoor Sni.dl.45 IM Rn.I .' The PaMltr r Howlnomo 114 III PMnun CORNID HIP. TUSKS. ." our oaon Mats. Holl... .inn,
TNO/na/, lair' CIQIO Made P'AITRAMItcnlltt 110 I w mn n PR utx
Christmas Greeting Card! Send 75 cents In coin, checkor 1- 115 455Is riot ROAII UIPIANDWICHRIM lonnnbrou on loB
.I WonM I* tvyH ..... ,. .IN SHELLEY
full 4 feet tall and order for Outdoor LOST FOUND ( OrMono oiviol II mnnALAN .. COCKTAIL *
that stands a money I MKKIntry ft ToM "I lit W. UMV. ... IM. NW lit A ..
measures almost S feet across. Christmas Card Pattern No. MO II tu"Ml 101I MottrIMMHoutonol ....... tomouio oy POUND JVi .h .I.. 000r. MR. SANDWICH SHOP VV4MI Par olnory *
Slid.M _"''IIY'" Wol IMo o rolo w -w NW SIC. PIN I i COOKING PLAVO >- > 7Swo ITor 5 TT'
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hardboard other to the ,
Plywood, or CLASSIFIED I Plvo Nits MtOl por IMtorno 51114, 375.1001 I C"IC.... tM Md. ItMklCwnpltii THe CTcilU IOI/NO*
weatherproof panelboard is used -Box 215, Brlarclitf M I noN AKIIRMItf S mimoor 01 ImortloMS ISIS MmOIlly '.. M. ADVERTISE liTraT"SERVICE .lKMr' mm II conntHvMf ...,,, AlmoiDnor Ml Mix*
MIN PIT IMIf PoUND Loll Minypon tvM Iran F AM tt* PM Ro illnilly D"
for the card while the color Y. 10510. Send 50 cents add I Trodlnt" Pod WIlki, 1451/11.. OWnr ..5 DIRECTORY TOWN MOUII IHITAUHANTIIM Dote A, Vex IIM) IKoml
IV* IJ.1 II NW mi K PR mat.
fy on* culm oy cAlls MII
ful Madonna cutout can be Uonal for catalog illustrating Dial It Pad OH ft Weeds Point 011 HIOI, 'Y'J

plade by painting the colors ont 300 other build It yourself pattern PI tool _kit ...*. his ol I lino. orflMry Lon $,I/Iri' 01iswM rinl. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGI CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF
n Hunt PIM ....
Com 1y"1 110 N055111451 '1..
full size pattern. Or If you projects and home Improvement 378-1411 it OWIco Iqulpmtnl 12 point Phono PR 41564POUND ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE I

prefer, trace the pattern direct- books. /I ,........ MiMtntdIiS .arI N I 11055 aena.y MN t HOOIOOMT CALL 378.1411 I
... sill PR mio .. .
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Permits I II loll. I ;
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"H" fee. 111 II 111 II, RmwMkinMm *hon to _,..... HOI
II,tot.Mocomt Hoiol Rko m W. Unlvorilly "....
Hors lOCH Casinos DwtllJ ROM _'..... uooUlcH.rK .
.... $21J00. I Moono. JMJ NW Un Itpolr a.
j M. Hockwldor 414 NW MMl SIimxMI ..' _"... UOOKlrkpotrldi .
I luilnoil ISOO OMPlonon, loot Nl MmAvo
Bony I. Pow.ll 7lt II tnt Avt., .. R m Seat I iwlmmln' pool lr$.
loir Dwolllno; IIM. 1100.
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otruct 0....'..... It,000. dlr.'t.. Dwolllnl. $2.405.
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and KIM, Ut II of Corel .. ....... III 11.
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Room 4" trick Veneer NSWM 0MW0 545 T) NW WIN M, 3770 W. 56.14. CnrtUmoo 1545ArN15
:= LAW N .5551. tor I 410 17105$ ., ,. ooxln*. oo 4IIGUIOIIY
Custom built kitchen Hardwood Ins 1550451 11145 016/i loI : 70.1. M Mfr 50

cabinets (Termira Ceramic Tile Baths A .154515 MaeNlllS .. SMM 515 651..0 III IIY- GIFT LIST i

Tops/ 65,000 ITU Oil ='_' 505550., -a 15. Gifts for MUSIC CO. 5 J I
tow N Mar mnnOo
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Ceramic tilt window 5.045 1. INioMM
Fiberglass. .uletkN l I S01rq C.. __....\......\\. ;
*>"* '* VaN Shut rock 511 w. $5/1. Anw III-IJII SHORT Ot TIMI At you browse through tho lUtut ohovi, yeti

52 90!. Electric Water throughout I ..,......--...\\... Dr TM Mr r ":::.0-- iM551n5 ho sun lo find a gift for ororyono on your Kit.U .
N.14dad St. w. N otlt outK'lxlooo. -
Hoottr VAIymmum Windows i II AM.SCiMod.::. '::: ISM M 0'1 11.010.'$ N t.ixiixny II. .. the hondy form below t. lisp trick of
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roof Vinyl Tilt In Kif Windproof 1111,5/.5. 11./45 P50K5i. LW.0 / 451 0051 ; COM rti ttttt.RO your 'lire 0 i
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STORM PURM. Cn 4545'0 SNllnaw 0450
MODEL OPEN DAILY 8:30 A.M. T0'7 P.M. 1154545 *. PI 041* Gifts for Mow4 UW MM55M /I..... ..anI-IL1
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A NEW HOME. 01.1.551.,0. + 4545.450.- Itmi CAUCMIt GIf MIS/GNa0I1 I ;

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IS MOOTOI tit Sal.
IT Work Wsuted Mali I] HMM fIn Sal IS HMHI fat Sal IS Kama* far

IHtlSUl Homo ty ownor. loW HUloillIlt 101St. 3 II-r27' ;
\ Y 509 [ NliA" "HOG" 1 $0 CCI' byioIl.r. $250 Down own poymont. mutt ... .. luncH bank yord comor Ml, till
Ponced _...*. 1751 N. ill' ....,. polio air cent pool mom.bonhlp. .
St.oilS' .
\ ASA M rssx. ts. II. '. dropory ...... built m
J down 1111'" '''II.. $46.50 Mo. $4. .'".
(lttlU,IILAIt.LOIW I 311.1151.SYOWNIR31eIboli.lnus. coMa ciWnol many oitroi m *
'L.uhd noor Iteotwi Poitor ochool till 1511 ? por mo. nog on. M 0-47U. tIN
Do You Need fo.rrJi.
An i iS SnaIl! boedwond :
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; ACROSS 3lIlv&'i it: 'T A. T 0., A.I I Office Manager? 177 boom u colling monm." So PHA* al MM lilt down Nl, .toft.. ooncreto It 114 NW block 04th-maw'-,, p* .roc. *I 'PR.AI. SPACIOUS

J. .LMeado' .pecIIlty: IlI.. C T 0!.. TI' I Financial 111II I' 031.1057.IN :NII-w.. lltl...N.. maki W. Weoomon.RooltoV It -whet II..JI LOOK II I or I You ought to ooo Mi lorgo 4 IP.,
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11 I I 0" SOIl NY 14.001 00 or AND WORK OU' 'HI both Undocopod tot 147X1
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money 04,340 ... boom. II 1005 deal mN 'A.MINT I, A<| boeulllully' poneled
I l' S. I I. I. A DOWN builtbook- Lowly" neighborhoodI Ovor ]n>
". _"'IT. 171-1.... nsdsd 1.51 with, Hreploc* 4
12.Me1oljo. Accountant? I Now 54011111 SI 4117' oqulppeel with $5. PI. living' oroo. Priced to ion
I kitchen
luld TIfIP I Ii1iI Another booulHul Myrtak erlginel' lo 10114sf 5OO105.... TN'. ehohreti pontryitor gvldl CON J7J-43S1 tor AllOt.FURNISHED .
ond Sell

/1 n.14.eli.Prol"ll1lol S4.Ntmny .11 L IC. ISJA1T .I .I I IlS.taziyer Disbursing Agent? under I......oontlructlo. Add your to decorelorttouch wCnberly sod betho iwr incudlna....."'.brldl... sea: Iron'Co.lonloli all: los. .tovo** bft dltpoeol' 4 iMdoceptngi ctooeto 110100 16*. ROutilonolng X.

: % S7.Shpp C4JJ4 I DLIiSlAl1Ii 0 ci Corporation M thli boil by chcetmg to weitwood Irtotoo. lOt lot role 100111110.POIPYCI A Small down poymont will mev,
.39. at ; your color ocnomo new Coll Woik to ochcoio. All city torvlcoo.BM I .IIOC'ATIL 'NC.UAL you Into toil noot I IP. I .boll
IT.Ido KIng Itl. I. AI"; NI A It Administrator? Lloyd Myrlck, builder J71.Soot__ ol N.W. Itlh Drive and N.W. TOil Cl homo to convMlont. Nl loc.

.... I6. Buhaa I! tl..1't(1'.A"I ( 0 I IR. I bom, iludy, doubw .... Ills ot_ Coil HS4l dolly *rJ700MI 92' W. UnhI. ,1-.211 ale .. CIIOP1CIS1P 151015150PrOl.
or 40. nlghto.' II unIV" uS$05,
Blaming '
l' tp.WI 1.50. rums .. .. llle'- ___
43.tegemto: ( (Solution TI Frld.Y'1 Puzzl' cent'hoot, I 11ft A-C IIUIt- YOU ASKED DUPLEX LOW COST
I n.SIDce I hondl* IhoM dutlM Ond mars lorone 171* dn., lot mo. 41. II ION
thuun' Silkwona ol the ......' comploo. ol to.dultrlol Tor Sod 11....._ PR ._ IT! II you need monthly ptyment
2L I. 5la. FOR WIoI.. Mow
Sllute under vo,
U. Unlucky S.: Regulate I corporotlonl In tti.* lAY' IS ..,. ,Ice to 0011. 155. 51101 DOWN wIll boO 11I1. alIraOthas thlo" nko I IR I both home
( .bbr. really holder napped .._"" oree I would Ilko to I N.ll,. P11, ...... too NW 31110 $65 MO. I 1014100511 mOIlNY dapill NW. only UM dnm PHA
2t.: Dem"lIah 47. 4.Monkpar. 9.Roman I rand g |ob ctienge II you need Tor..., Redwood Dill 411 nil ltoomo II 0171..
Spouat not to Hit lorgo hole to your orgonliotlon for oopt A.I..' PHA .,..- 3 BEDROOMS willi a nIWIIIIIY OIT AILL
I 25. Study oldie 48. Individual 5. Enzyme road10.Sp.lx7 : ploooo contort Irs. N. reeoonebto oiler rotund. .... 2 & CALL U' P01 UNIVERSITYREALTY
I Other eulloe I hovo orei C IaN 15/i/ fl .e.lOaiIsbl1y. '
car DOWN 6. String, I Igan Rudgott, Cool luogoto ond AIvtM. .. S Otroget 4 CerporlaPIMterOd 170* DOWN lowly I ooat nemotototoa J'MM.
29.Ale Tine- Guatemala M'llrJaDl ILCarrysrolloq. Plnonclol" ItetomMM. T.. WILL oeH tor toot HIM opproioeo. ; I WlltlPormtco will level. meoonry lecllonCNlVIIUS
.. .._.. Mortgogo CompulotlonoInouronc value, aId only UW down. I IR C coHnotolull to the NW
Indian word CCI- OHMMnt location moon *.
15. ReiplM I bchoduleo P4p01I, o>tro toeturei cell 174-4147 endoee I ,)..In 11140155Ts.uUa0l lltl N. Mow It Ph J71-4JSI
I aol Long Term Plnonclngencoo. 1 W. M. M_ Realtor
]9. 101 arace. 011711 M rm Terr oco. IIIAT 1 Iloow III IrIs
r J S r 1 i rI. MooS wMd 10 0..11.' 70000n0 S urn vMttieeAil 0.1 Inndm.ud loT juot II' mOos Amt I. AViiahto| ''onRoby
I ZO-'My-SaT? I Sod can .,.. nonowess sUY DISICT P5034 UILDIS C dty nlliliMlidoweiu ., O..UIe. OWNIR WilL Roy McConn T. C. Dout-
Bombajt: I ....1_ and ...........11 rltur- price roducod no commliolon. 1SR. S 4,010"NIlHCII lei, Jr
T-- I'J' Member Clvlo CI. ... I boini kitchen ooulopod,

24. Self J Write Appllcent, oo lob Wll.nokn I I- PHd or VA tin NI tsth tor.Hugh $11,250-512,550 HOME ON LOotS 4 ""' ...... FRED
- boo 11104 Golnoivlllo. Rdwordl. Inc II.""._
I' I" Ill boll TIm'r.Ilr.
iplnack Iv' OWN" L... I SadeolnI.S loke kill outline ; ARNOLD

... IT 26 Jounu bIll, lne,1005 II..,.. $100 CASH VA OUCIO TO ....
I'. 7) built In kllcnen. ....,. corport REALTOR
2 27.Snart control hoot 121 > log lot Mpoved PloW LACeS I stony 4 bedroom homo InwcMMvit
I' I' ,II t& 31. longhalredex 5571510 MERCHANT .",'. Itreolo, No city tl>... $395 CASH FHA 514 Section owNeR
f : pool tOol nntllI ..,.. aoeA don.on ISO II llrd L_ Prk' IIV' MOST SILLS MAli VI AN OP. MSI DOWN
?' ....Id."... tamelaneud III 131. PIll 0..... by 1041 N.I. lint Avonui
If I'. IS I' ZI I' 30. Caiflla! "tool nnIalI 51,71 Coli PR 1._. .. HUGH View the ontorlor ol mil ettretttvo
.. HIT OFFIR or lit im dl.. I bedroom rotldenco. (omeicomplete
- Curkooplnt I wmi IH poynwitl oo tIle. old John Merrill with renge, rtfrgrre
I' 7 F AnUtoxIni 'I I II SckMlg Inottuctioni fyr \ I SO.. AC home Iwlmclub.. Ph1717m EDWARDS, toe, outomotW dlthwnher, sa'

i: ail Nl lOIN II. Occuponcy INC.N Realtor ,...1 ond air condlllMlng loll.
Jl J. Routing HOWELL auSINESI COLLISIRIAL .In weekl._ PHA quollllod Iou..r.* PLchote .

iulc EnTAIl IXAM YOU CAN IMVI HIM on It' E. 15th Street ot Multiple Lilting with IVo per cent .Intirotlwith

:; J' J. 38. Cry la pain CLASSES Win compliment .111I IOu lilt.toring I bO.. t baIt homo. Control .hoot, N E. 28th Av.. Phone PR t.>4t4 modeit nwnthly" ptvmonniprood
;W' -.11 epton hotdrowilrlng bulll .In kitchen .....rt sod AiooclotoitMorcello' *vor Ptriecicondition '
4 -4 Eu. riTtt41.Femakno Doc art ot 7.M PM. wont.' Hoiogo" oroo. Coll ""' 221. 376.7971JWK P.... mold. sod ....Idr.
.., 41 .. 41 44 Ill W. Unlv Avo PR 0-1507. W. H. luckhennonOpen
IV OWNIR' booutllul homo Ion
H 42.Eys.OIdEn : NIGH SCHOOl. Sold me pocket brighten 140. .... to NW OKtWi. I MocmMyro Iran All Doy Soturdoy ,,,,,
roll ,.... BOOT unlvenlty Old the*
... ... 55 SSOOSi Sum _.... As.mkon or .nd Jolt 1 plecn' Torwllllgor echeel Mutt bo
:: $01551'. P. 0. Si 1151. Ja41.* quick to oow. Potlorn Mti IrMllorof pin* center tort I bodronm Ions
5510 l. N. .. "'". CoIl PR
ond cloen. Promo
noot cor
rooeii printed I In mem- U
43. New:como. 01115 PllIPIIDWRITINO lOll. pottorn 40611.. 372.8404 FORDYCEFEATURES
:: .r urn ilie. llructlM Pull price 17.500reoiMoblo wv'
.. I 0'.q-I form Real Estate Exam THRU bedroom fomtty rfinancing. .< ..... NW 117.100 00 down poymMl t ivj
.. 44. Hereditary Tltlfly.lI. santo I In colni toe Mi luonid WI olIn .iw .... I. Ift4 tSSFfUSL llleIN00101110 154." per ......11I. Why ron,'
Par lime 3Z 1II1n. I70 11'11 COURI pattern odd II conn for lath isOanI." ....,"' .."- anlo.I0une ,Imottor I suItes Urgotwo _
,. fadoi ATTINO Plrol" Mlion tro*. pattern ... ..,-.,... Rillllng aId ..f.', control holt, Oorquolloon :M14 N.W. llth AVI
.. I Mil NW Oil II Call m m7. special' _II... Send to Lour'heeler Tne JernNCompMy Horwo room., built Ink Control hoot ond air coMltlonlntWell

,. SPILLING Colneovlllo' Ion, Needuon ... Phalli 1717011I 'tenon, OouWO corpon. lorgoutility OPEN HOUSE to 011 carpeting 'In 'living
.. Dept, P. 0 lit, Oil olhorttilngl ..:bedroome Two
Civil ....Ie. Trainingoecrotorlol *o CM old. room ond many oree urgarage
IR I .
'0 Ceurooo Chelioo" $Italian Now York' IIV f.If'Occupency yeoro by ChrlikISOt IKol you WIN Ilkotori Mognlflconl tlroploc toll oft I nil ..11......" ,.
01 Print plainly" PATTMlUMaiP N u on nu lovely' Ir to mil I br I both hornet. hondeomely' llluottd M .
tojothor very
CI.._ tot
Now ... ond 171
Perming down onume
:: 4 PIRSONALIZID SIRVICI II PEMALI HILP WANTED U Molo cup Wonloo HOWILLI IUIINIII COLlfS- .. CAMS, ADDttlll end "por' Also' lamIlar. .. home with ovor lie* .... II. luitt- hill SIlO me Ins I bodroomi. 1blIhil.

Oh II W Unlv' Ave. PR 0-1M7 IONI 174' Nif 05110 T... C.I' II"'JII.a AlOfT alInaclIvI and I.. 11111 111,. In oven 4 rongo Beautiful U7XM ,. ChlldrM CM walk to l'
IfXPIAIINCED anuir6Ur IOOKKIIPEII 14 doyi,IT".r CHRISTIAN MAN noodod: Full or 000 00. T.,.. roomiPlOflao .... 51l'l. let. Only 131.1* Com oeothli tltwood and Weitwood KhooiiU
,. Drooomoklng and oil you. .".... wook MeDICAL I ; ,.11.11010 lltotlmo ooc o f I 11 y dew' POR ItoJI H* ctnlgni I I.. I MIII Illolin NW "h 0s.'Ill. NW. room llroploco, Oolltf home J-l P M lunday. t'OY. | .000 with anal ..,....
'. llono. RoooonoMo 'av Workluorontood "Immodlolo. KM por ..... PIP.SONNII. h1onct -, Ie"'" ....... U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! mor loehlom. .. knit, crochet thai .. Plnannins" tamrnl nIp SlId.S polio borbocuo Occupoocyodor H M 1471 N.W. M SI.
PH m.7111 or como CINTIK. in NW kidcollont Io.ry ..,..... lom 1100 wookly overt Pluo I MIC ........... em ans.npr .. Immodieiooccupency M ..,.. ly oppolntmonltor sOUTH IDLIWILD
by tin H I. into P,.... A.... and .'. No competition will __. tin ttort high MMALI brewery. dolll 01.51*. lend 1. ITlatw. 1101111LIT.lWOcD Low Tremendoul 4 bedroom, 1 ball

,. YIelD 0. ICING, D..NO.NT? in TIM' IICUUIIY. .. John mOm, C.* :a Wont M.... "II I 01010. Pronoroluny 0.110. canto tor now Noedlecrift' CalalogVALUII CALL uo M you ore took'ng toro Sill 011' poosibil Monthly' poynwitt with mil I bedroom homo for I.... '....11'. Ponalln
Lot sony WAY toodt you .. working" condition p..ldvoeollon. ion It. Chlcogo I, IIIMAINTINANCI 101 UllIII sWilMol, T...._ ..0lad. now hauoe met to ""....'. wrY na lerml dilICt 4,100 10W .homo to N W. Built toeven Plorld room lullt m k,tchenIntldo
.. Intel and go llono. Inorthond 4 typing I MAN PORLAKIIHORR ......Ionct oat10lyInda.rugofrom.n. I II COMPLITI QUILT With urge ........, I bethi, thrr boOrooml two botnl 4 range A-C unit toll of utility" room, icroonMperch
CALL VI m POP.ipori Working' band ... 'III noon. TOWCP.I ...........,. '''II ","" _"... .PATTMNI..... 'or deluio_. now Oull wood lion'., built' .In mlchen, ..,. lorn liymt' room ook fiooro ."",.... Down poymant lloxloto Attractive item from.
Driving' Initrucllon III aDuolOnim I d." i 01.... Call 17MJH bo- Prefer retired. loop, ormy or ."..> ... 1oI>r. '" .In soporli.54JLcnelu pIlls ponellng, ehullirl, fomllyrm Old plooiont porch ........ Cull Fordyco 170-1134.: New olomontory, ochool clou' l.
: :: Cur ioznnS34.m&ljnna.azn or oervlco loan lollor' operetta WII. TODAY' 1111,1 n..... .0.duOa .001' ond aWl untv '" 14311WISTWOOO ._ ..... Comlortoblo *.. .... PrkoUlJOO.IUSINISI .
d.y ot wool Nov. M thru Dot ond genorol melntenonco all Mann. LIlOalo' norm CIIIKIIOI' proo ond 0 nry IXTRAI
'I KIlT 'N KUlll .IAUIV tAlON, 4th. Pins _.....,.. COIl lutlef" onpor Ire*. ins. Oil 44to.11I., 10. 12 Mo il. Homoi For Solo oreo. new I .". I rico mioonry homo ...11.... flow $olor (ncludet refrlg, .. rangeweoher OPPORTUNITY C.

oouty on o ..- OLD COUPLI moot HMO Office 1>1._. both Cotonlol' Control A-C trooeooo ....,... rooml. Wrougnout, Im. T.V. Mlenno, excellent ... we Mill 55101351,.
AH work guofMltortPorm. womon to Hula I MWtil ot HIS NW Hot 0,. I'M per mocuioto coMltlon, tttroo bod.roomi lendKOpIng Md lorgo comer tot
II up ItianwI II M op ly cook....drlvo.,,. ohop and bo gonorol.. NATIONAL. CONCIRN hot oponlng 21 Uveeieca 0 lupplloi TRAILER SALES mo tow down ..."....t. 171.JS74IUILT two .."'.. booutllulHorowood 101140 3Nr1bo111 1111111'
.. 14 I. U..... A... in "M Pormonont omploymont, Son wholoMlo milk routoHlownon a. m-..... II..... Out ol town *104104 T.rracn. C.II Puedyco ARNOLD
.0 e. OOP W I. lltlo, H4I NW oth ... 1701 Woido Rood NAI ..
.. _Q39IMIal" In OolnoovlMo oroo.lolory I WILIH MASII.I Week and _!..... iono rum IN KITCHEN con heelI .sn.nllII. conoldor yourlorml. 375.12 *f ALTV COMPANY
IXPIIII.NCIO Dry Clsan.nP0101 and commlulono wIth while, I oorrell. t now toddle" I IR lIt 1,5101. 1401 for HIM, Multlplo Lilting MomborIJlt .
( SOCIAL NOTICIS cO5znI Itt day .. ol MS por wook. Hoopllolliollon ton then PlO .. W. Unl. Avonuo 171 MlAuoclotoit
outfit Phono num. Willi...... CONNOLLY equity, down JowlKIRKPATRICK
bonollli, .
group mo.Md 'runt or will .HIM. lilt NI nIh J.... Colowl'
fIImI1ILTdU,1I"YMI; ,," !bIlV Apply 315 NW 13th St. ponilon. ",.... Appilcontmult II CALVES borl bred, 111 lob. Some 1.1.. 'nc. t 4 1MacolIn II. ""1605. Will SOlildur Irodu FORDYCEiNTI Jim tunneled lob Kimmn

.. mo nownt moot melting hobby bo bolwoon 11 1 IS, mor.rlod C.."... Delry ,....... Inc. How "lie _.. Moon .Toar. NoUn ,,.lIor tr ".. P. W Hodgo Jimmy OrooroWollor
.. yot Phono or antIs, Loulu An IXPIPJCNCIO Ihlrt preiior. moat high ochool .,... or oqolvMM lilt.... Pl.. floor ...... I pun 11....,.... ,_ Rooitor, lloaoord
.0 dra'I.P. 0. I. Wortnlngnxv, ,... bo IIW II'I\W\ = to :Polotko, !, wilt doilro .. ntobllin' Call 411.1ST) 0" .. out .....,. I mlioo louih IV OWNER 4 IR I both wltnolr 11 N. Mall It ,_. P* I4404 Dkk lonki Proncoo Houg
'. MY t-tnt. 'I daytIme 171.IIP .1", .... oliN 0 lorgo compMymot WANT TO KNOW HOW to ot ooinoiviiio' on u. .. 441 Ps.SaVORS .*.. *..... pool club i iborihlb "'_ ASSOCIATES loroh Oouldon H...., .......
or oignt 4114317.COCKTAIL oflon ....... properly I7UIII In Highland' Court Manor
.. g Wars CoIl tlnlth hogt tor mortteto Thus Floyo. MotMnon Irono Sunnol 0 C. Coy Dolly" Oouldon fURNITURE
SUGAR CANE JUICE PR I MM Monooy oIls ftNII your to : Pay HI 41 "'.. 2017 A, W. 51115. ASS, 1.1.Lolu .11 W. Unl. 314.1135:
WAITRESS com* end 'let M ploln hew you buy ooo u* Tot lot CuDI
mill' l'. ml I. Woilol A M M., ,.... ,... lIlt Terr PR t-ssoi.
WVI to goon
I In KIrIloIld I I 500 0,11115 UPHOLSTERY
II 0... II Apply" In melon to Tnlnty' you CM o* Ihli |ob with CPA ojutllly Mobli* Homee. Appro*
.. J. M rioldl P,... NW 23'' Dolor. oil Nvv Ijih: it Cooperative Mllll,, 40 per cent Imetely II unite to cluoo from. NIAR ICHOOL I I*. t both Clly .
.. llU. Pneno PP ...11M.o -Hal* Mats M FssalsMUlUR Pork Manor I. ,.. II, W width, VI.. of ..... 1,5 dean poymunI Sill 1111. --XT LAST- WANTEDLPN i Pod loa 41117 *SiImSIIOIIcall

Oil WIIOHT wloly" with 11000 I PMJC Calnewlllo or Alechu' .....'. ownor. CHI '" e...71.M..Ry .
DoK-A-Oiot Tobloti I Y... our h._... CAlllllnW. "*,.*. oil.IIMPOP. Peoturmo Morten*, Mllkmt 001l0Ion MOELLER REALTOR
Only II ctnli. Conovo" _OruglI lIen are Mloylng big weekly" hovo ttconlngi lie Tronton.molo 4 Pork" Manor.II lOll W. Unlv' Ave PR e447OCAIA rlugft .crw....., ''n,.. hot returned GAINESVILLII

Incomoo right" now. You too CM or _.11. Good H.n..... II you ...l. Mock, I U. I both, Ir* to Northweit O.ln.IvhIlu.WEld I UPHOLSTERY
: Isby Sinus, Child C... loin and I niursaios.,1 Chrlil.met tiles tron>portollM ond doilro to yoon In the Mobil Horn open-boom colling" ponoed' Onvbvj for GoInisvIli not SW. 15* 55.
for your $..11'. CoIl AvonPP. run poor own Noilnia., wIll vuny MALL QUALITY POLLED .14.34.55' 4 coolly. room aIls' ftre> g All brick front pea Iotl,00tus-PIIS II' Sold
IOTJLOilbe "". "fllIVi'noion HWII or wrlto P. 0 loo4H llttlo ..._....... plume toll MrCoNto HI.'OIlD HUD silo,. I... fenced.,In bock yer* .... ploitor Mill Nursing Castor I -P..
M CI.... prlvote homo Pool Oolnoovllle, PI*. ClrnKotlM. 0..... 0.'_ "SERVICE HAS .OILT 10.11111 ."...... "..lOlI or 4M. Ttrr.u. II....
tree .. com* and laIN, I* mo. 117lw viilo Inn. 1711411. ant II t to A good proven HIP bred VIctor OUR BUSINESS' Ion.POR 0 PsomIcs ......,.
DonIlni I.I Ill_ and
i wl PieceSun IIIS I 10.NIIDeo HOld .1. 0 0dd... 1001
llMoloHolpWontod'Invoillg tall "... HId PM OIl MO CI5" IAII IV OWNIR I ... I Air cenditiMlng .
., .T ONCE Pail uneI CO,lvoo ot mo form. 11._ brood BAIRD MOBILE both CCI Woolly' II........ I WeekIrom *> .,..aso III.Wl PHARMACISTSOVlt'.ndlne
... lime moo ar _. Is sonosWalOlol cowl with IK, colvei, ot toot-theotlieri
J. i. actual it 1010
.l. Ihl opporlunlly wllh our .. pmiey I end 4 ledrom 0010115$00CASHVA Ncllm ol Piorldo' Imimtlitg
Want ouotomu.. a WoII If... ore life In If'ghleptember HOMES NW leN PI Many tIcs Mol,... opoortunltloi to mmy
lulls ond oorvlco tfoptILICTPOLUX Good Income No hlvoitm g III. olloire, Inn'. noli... and 0145 """I.... boMinolvoo SIr conditioner led hjiuro _''no.. wo CM. prObably I IncnoM your prmnloornlngi
CORP.mi lot Iou... "".. w.. .... .11
your own Wrlto C. Pi YOUnt at 0101P1,1,54314 and otnero. II.._. '', all wo otloriPold
'. NW nh it. RuMo. lot, II mMltii _
Dipt one
0-1 P. 0. IM 1447, priced Coil 37e-S77t tor oopo. Pollromonl PIM'
IMMIOIATI OPINING' l..pork Monnpllli. a two veer ....01. ehewed ooOMtor a JcL'3IIMl PROM Pall LIN InlU,011C5HnIollaIlolIloo

\ds Get onto not nocoMory. Wo troln ywk all ..._ loa $01.SrlOs. .. yoerllng el The OrootoJeckionvlllo 4210 w. It. Income II..... per $750 CASH FHA.50drrd slId lurglcolMookol '
Orond Chenva ol H
.or M veer per tomoke
*01341100. OhilIr10sliS" to o.r..L.oc"-
000110 Ift4 NV .inI BUTTS oJ ; .. lnllnnclAPI10AIO0I
Many Paid. 7SOloolanlcal bums
I .. ,
a lull of lImoll 0.1111.Ileulla Poi VoutlMPluo
ot me Nennooot OM tor oouln" *. III, .no* down. 10.1.. .."'.
or. rsgofrud, 145 Into and ........, ........ fkwWo ... '
00,011? JIONiOIOIIII and ,oznum Mobile Homes Inc. 001s 501 at rant. WIIt ... 445G0i'oilhio Wo ire building' M .belutlMteti
RdsfdtsGET .d wook PaId vocotlon, roliromontpun SrI. 0 .... 0041_. I ,... "PO' County Paint mil yoer. ..... M WHImorlond.HUGH. ProHt.Jhirlng PIM'
group II..nltaIba lid ond one. Ie IllS *10.Ilnodursl I
:llto InurMCO oro provlOM Apply' 11.0 ..,.11_ Is IU' Che OUDOCTOR .'. W.PAlM lO1n4 NW 13th St. ONLY' I MIN' troniUnlv IOnlsll Ift4 Do Not Hoilloto CHI ColloctiMr ''

In poroon to lordMl, 14M Nl .. ty ownor, I IR bomon John Honlioy
''', 'ln',..h. Ie mslnlala' ............. I INLIT PLA ot 6th St. I A. lot Refrlg. 4 :: Pchew 7141411 Jockoonvlllo)
"TUICLIIT lotion, to H tt per .,. price III,000, $ mo. EDWARDS Monooy f A.M. .7PMTuoMoy .
Tochnlrlon' .001 DaiiW"_' Immodloto .. Ch.mi.ti with or without ....- 10 PITS > SUPPLIES 441 N at HIM, ..... IH per cent :ntoreet f A..... I 4 P M. I
too ol 40N lOrd It loll Wllliton .
: $50FREE ....., ism per yr. IW INC.
n. Induitrlol o II pork Limits Rd I. Contoct owner collect. SUPER-X I DRU6STORIS
onto ........1Id, pop opon. kill ENGLISH SHEPHERD City Moltlond, 1140444.OUTIIOI .
1927 NW DR.
Contort Virginia O-CWIn CMOUII.em 39TH All ConfldMtlol
lOve only Conloct Mr
McLoodor .
PItoOIII OlSON and SlIck.PS .
NV pull, See for
Mr '...or. J7HSII. AlOng' in Porionnei. Lakeland 551 1.0011. us a Rental- 1221 NW "on II. I U llsIs is 376.7971
: 1.04..., .... M04 IW Archor not P 0. in iMi w"i p5,1o 1310 40100 aOl .71 pun
Rd Monulochjrort ol T_.. AND PIMALI POrilMcelt Purchase deal, a moo if will ron' Ne III per

This week $50 free .... ln. humidity, "'._... 14-5.01. Nslp Wasted wC'76 114. P110511 PR 0251. .' .
gab new to
: 022'
II.... easy way lily llmlle, I IR fCIocroened $

o for your Chrlitmii, ihop. WANTID 'PIIIIINCIO HELP VOCATIONALLY' D' I TUP.IIO CITTINI wooko old lluttyond rent or purchase In porch, Mile lor t
Ding with the Durchng of IN "' .'Nn D..AnMINT Our toil may kukoto a potontlolcoroor lOIS Orown coIl, good onform S I 9 pit 13ia NW S5th II.. New- __

any now mobIle home TOP W.Ops, PAlO VACATION Nato! company will odd tor mice. new mobile home. berry .... ol aevllleo' NurioryCLOSI .
nil INI' APPLY TO HOM.ITTI tour mon tallowing' toil lolocllom CIII!. C_ "'or ..11 17.2I1t.
: from Fadoral, Qu.iity.Shop COUP no ioa INOUITP.I. and .......1 Interview IHIPHIP.O PUPPill.' HI. Aloe 21 Yr,. Sorvlca E.perlencl to ochool. 1 IR, t boll 1

luxury-Dickid boau _AL PARK. OCALA. lolory open Morrled men ogetprelerrod .". 01* W.,... more pony, ,,. OPEN 8 AM 8 PM homo ... lorgo IM.l4t tot OlIN This Week's
its Ilk. this: WATCHMAKIR loot' workingcondltlMii 'S'< .. Moil bo high" I. ColM, 62.1 136 CLOSED SUNDAY sot gel goo lonk. In NW oee
KIWM .,....... CoIl MMogor, lion Prko MJOI. Plums 171-97"
: N.. 12-rt wide mull ... ......,_
and hove Plo Iloan... Mr Tuckor '11 o-isn IIAOLI pupolH II alIAS old Md II LOTS FOR SALE Poe SALE "lIngo dueioi. I block

O complotgly furnlihgd Jewelry Pool. J. M pioldo milD A t ONCI_ lewlolghDeilor II moo old. Hunting dogl JomeoK loom U .. P In IW ........ Cor-
n 111, 47>40ia KeyoiinoNo
WANTIOpaun5- mon IS ,. to In W Alichua County or o Rt Oal-OcIS- LOTS. t.11W14.. POOl, utlllly roomo ond penolinewn I
M I 71.
I >
$3589 Iron tor onlilMI "'.... lporlonco .. 11 Snloill. Wrlto Rowie gjhio. '.. :.. !' vtoldo, City, II"" '". leout 11 iri by oppi. Call PR alfeioner WmmTI ffiD[
helohll Apply In-poroonto gh, Dept. PA i| m I MalnallIl.silL I HUM IITTIP. pupploi, I ....... I ,,_ Down povment and ...... I P M.
Torn. mole III I tomouj MS. AKCreglolered. OrrOnl.d.C5301nIo5' Realty, ;ii. \
Palm Lenoo. loot Woldo II. wormed ....'......., A.I..... ITeloolArlo i borne. tcreoned porch, con
Co the ..I..t toimi In OOODIRRPRODUCTI hoot. .
TUCTOIlSAl.IM.N- SM,., "Uool poll good. witchdogo. T. Imlm, .. PoeitarLAP.OI nveven-rongo, 4luxol.
town low down toy.monrt ..."'......, P..III.... Phono PR e4774.polo. SIr _,_. TV Ontonno.
PLOP.IDA MOTOR A 'QUIP. CO. AI'"c: money lelOlyle | .. booutllul .loll to NWtocnon. roar .....1.. 1411 down, loo .
on eke p.f HouooholdItemt I PIMALI 1.5515' ......... 121
Ml I. 3400111." tacolod Mloconl' to lIly, HIM Hot por. mo (Incl. ,.... 4
bank rilg flnonclnf at more then 4M dolly VOId 50110. 00.0 lor loan doll 17 Ibis wlm limO 5l15l'" oooor. kil.1 ovolloblo, Peg. I... Owner Special
DRIVE-IN GROCERYMANAGER omducto. Your oroiii in percent Call P R 3.1110._ Hit NR inn ...
City wolor AIM lorgo loto onlooio .
Write' tor cetolog, 4000.IIP. \
FEDERALQUALITY TRAINEES ON N. Ilihoe Do 1101.To --Uji.iro tALl on woloo .o.a tun I nutoinorth tol W a 55. I NIffi. C.....,... C_
: WANTED ,oo.It Plrt Lobrooor end lottorIdeol ol ...,,,. Down poymont "II ...... .,._11....... 124,. .
: I Mole Ills M eon monooor trainee, lIe Children' and ....... Iran9I1. SOL WIll' 1.nu44on ,._. 00010
...,,_ with Jociwno Minn Phem PR 11111REG. 0001110 1405111 14.WI ......y I'd er If 00oalOloIon, .. ,

M....... pud" vocotlM" and oth.or I -Work Wanfoo Pemola COCKER PUPShll.PM. V. 5. MIdly 3757105. MOO NW nth Avo McKlnMy, Conilrvctlon .
trlnoo 1 bonoflli w eo ouolltlod C. Po-Olo.
HOMES ,'.... morrled num. lulloolorloo WOULD lbs ... k) homo oo aook, Ocolo _>571 MlnordPhon RAILROAD I Po lSALIT "n-i. 1004 IS
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tar oaoorlonced' Ollllt. coniKtor I day lob M POOOlll and PONII.5OOi NVaoiu SIDING LOT ulw ..... DM C... Phon JflKreen
INC. ant monooort gpg 5 week and torOHporloncod _coon Oil 1711. ... oo. Mclntooh. I._ 121 II lit alIN 005.71. -
T'........ Plo, 150 01110nolInlod I ,
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MT. ASCP .,dI.... WIll 1700. 5544 1I0000055IPICIAL' AMt
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I"V'C' DIRECTORY II logs Old Town end ChleriM'neni IV OWNt booutllul' opeiloul. to!, perch loud *.. .. 5.nnn.lnq .
door to Dog L_ 4t>ma.IIRMAN lot X 100. loko prMlego lorboottno '.- Coll *11.4151

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SERVICES keep til 11 01.1. Mleonopy 401IJO fine sum boll In 0'vlllo'I moot o.. TAIlS I both UP. homo PAYMI5Ti"TI... Itn Nl' tow ..
Olin I.J* or wiekenoi.AO.KLISI .
lOYClT'AUOCIATIS. 7.,. Clow to KHoolo aId ohop.
I. IAIINJI PUPS- INC. ping con.... JTI-OJOO SIll I
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Home And BusinessAuto 14 Wotorlront rroportymono to Kit Ponced Mile, sIlly A

BOB WHITE QUAIL mop ton. 1114 M los NW bid IIM*,AM I Ig Tat..m ,

Brunt gull tn looN tuNic Lube 10151 001. IS ml'.. lOtS or 17MOI7.
Lhro, prkl oicordtng Is0CIIIHUAIUO loll. 55115. Cmlii deal ,.,. .
ego on* ou entity, Coil PR MSe. lbs iw W* Tor. Itlll per _
Mort{*| Iroktr loofl". 4ol>rNI A'._ Ptorld* bug down to Mimed buyer with .
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luy SOILS MPINAhTIDon ...,,% 555 s _.. c.. londotopl tot mony _...
roe =r-; t.o 01 lull Nl" on u coil in.ttmo .
lord Prt S76-387J I U MOde" H.... rr 51 WINlfRIiO H. CIVIWfORC 5134. .. I loIs,. ...'"..

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-onoo. R. *. COOS In IsnIISP4d. Iso.u 01054 A. (
polo O. ARNMOIAlIOR 171 NW lorn Ay.. JnieotTILIV1SION 12' WIDES to lot 4 Ire* waior' POOlS For Executive.

PHA *4.0* tnMVlNTHMALIOANI 2 BR under $4,000 -TouneeL OW'InOlou'u Phon 1110510.PR .,llt|Wymin LlMII 2030 NW 14th Ave. 10

"... ... .. .
Glens ,,,. w UNIV .vl. .... mimP IfRTUTI'U1us.aoo USE OUR 1400415.0515 HOVlN"CCS. This l

tocn piuo It* to>ojiote'i 34m2tRom moot RENTAL u PURCHASE Hawaa fa* Voidtonlrol I a*. I eem, le-o tr pier.WO DAYS special goo4 a. j1

AUTO iiI AU II Son .ll 4.40 Is. A. 4 Com teem **ee. I Veer woffiomy, loocwjiIIICTIONICI HAN room etooo to oohooto enwot I

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At toi $2.00
tree pickup 4 delivery'. Add P501517 "CHlI T01AL COlT Hoot biicnon njrn broor I I i1I
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naviciMtiatrto CAD AND BRAD 00 500.5 PooOW atbums. ,
Pono Poou* I to no* o commercial )- 11
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A"-I..I krvlms 0.11105 OWl. Pyao 05" nilO romn goor > 5050. i On* Pi ojio. jlliwillli Sales ....... 0'.. rO5 ooroorv DM .*. now .... w Sz_ 1
All WV 4154. I00ln 05 laO 4 5aOmaS4.CII Pow lot HIS nom* .> IOOKO l _
moybo a oomowto now homo c;i Moana Hums Rope* ton:. PR 5.43. in 45 115a. hmOmx loootio .... .
Por brill to off ro)4j wtttk for
0505 5. 10510010.0 g (no ooHmoto. 4 guoro* .
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lull won. phono tlc. Sat ..--.

il'tAtj APPRAIIAl *- ...- Trove Trllts.o SILL AT COST now. 5.00 bjdronw. .
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wWw tfiiv, Oil -, yS t lotortiivor- 14 4 ... lit.
fAINTING Oonone. IVe I ot MMUI onano 11510.5 5oo .m455. WsI$ AdI
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Modem Pointing o> LOCAL agogeiHcil .r m ml. -
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nomowkif Rooikg.Ho INC. room to Corel I HOMO torConor .

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PJpboIst.rp" P55.517)155. lo i 55.-rw--% ;:1.1001 pixei e* sOW. _1\" i

CAlI-'.*...* MACHINI M* -.ovum. 0,1.7110 1000. PuntS 0045 00 .,- 4.So. O om. on* tjniohji. *. ewca) "
vice CO III W. WMvorim t/PHtllllll) your tornnurg ooroeoone 10 Tile 000.55515105Dana. .. 4-0. 51155an. *" -
Avo. in-lot w. PI*** el o '" Co* tWIll alsVCI' SIIICTOSy 1. 5101. ... I .. .: .4. 05 50 54% r.: '. 0 $TOWM4 I I

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$ OMM out Hut Clout fr Utility Room* Now-Pick wp extra c..h. Pinon to person .di .r. for lion commercial i...ri ullmg ", rchandii. priced

1 10 DAYS 4 ONES 3 et fnrtfj$100 quicker or Ui action.DIAL with.the itlling price stated in the ad, No addition.) costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refund for ads that

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

15 HMMI fw Sell IS NwibM fw felt 41 COI..... PrepcrtyK 41 HtuiM fw Kent Unfurn.I 54 "01_. .."..'. f1 w....... tt lay 64 Hh.14 Ga.df 14 Heosh.ld. Goad

CD'NS' WAN'ID' .A-G II ... ...
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Interaited to buymp ir1.1.10 w.
IIM H. n.encN yerd.perquet I till 5511051N uno. Asa "k.
All .... I .
md wrtton tinier IM Kara
ape yrk Mite 0111
Sill It me rttht CHnemo R8ALT00 .a0 pa n,0 Catl. N.rtlall .
ttoora dllhwither. die.POMIPHA Mica O05rpa.
GREENDEATON or VA, 1210 Nl HIP. mOl's' N W. UnW. ::11"1:16: I ., FR "1101 ie .. ,. Ma.ll" leliirt proel ten end IPMRtltl RI 0aa/Mf 55 09 w.dar M SacelNl/5e1N Very Ilh/a0'
ball 1.11.10, N cola Very 1051011.
NOW. ,
Fl. FhiM 771.0544 ..... n..m ; ...
IIIOV' IN I IR. I like newt N STAMP I COIN IHOPPK > w..laIO tram III utIram 775 lots
I IR" trim with owMlot IKlldlnt .... Na 'CC1 3 ape MM. Cleen Kid epecleui tin 'RANG .. Wlko IT lloraplonty .tty Ave 0 0..... we upIram -01"'
P.IALTOP.SJ en M < IDPovod .... lew down ptvmenl. lexe N W. I .". I both, lunl. ".. M pomMt. K ltft S PoadPmoro tn up 'al0.I4 15a .1" mM
I N... 7754 lorrMcCor Ac 5.5121 _PS p W II" hlsa7' _, 3 NatS.P0,1.,070.11 .
04 UINwaMaa
Itreet, Malt tree.. 105 MARY MOEUER REALTOR pa tram ley uo
Do You Have i. FINISYJint finer* tiled' halt'. lam llv. raom lulldoi lit! w. Unlv. ... PR 4iJII 544.1MALs. 44 HpynkeU GodotrTIED'"ZLrDAV' IITV oen from UI :*
M Idol.! hem. Pin ..... bnmedleto" ....-.. Hot down I day 1100"" ..._. lOr JIM voyin APPIIANII c/
A Room.Apartment temlly Mw MMt ton of mom. end 171 monthly" IM K et tM NW I matnt30X17 I I IR. I both. meeonry home bit" _, l.move. Ill NW Uh ArM lIT <.lp
4 IR I MIll Pie" ..... Crntralnence Hth .... end pawn PR e-nn. equip cent heel, l" ml, Irma iJAN BYRD Open Tuetdev to new tocttlon > 66 Mt... Fir S.l.
Idcalp' acatN 01501' 1 4i-1 COLORED RENTALS Mod. C...... 111: per me. ."6-8268 ot me Nw itm .... MwyMdlllenol DISCOUNT
:r.:.. N \M, 0o/1wl FINLEY AREA ,Itemi edded to eur
Pad .. ...... 10"A. 1101.11'' SaM.1 5.5p455 old s sSala
355 ML Mod. Cash.
.10400 yard 1 PRICESW.
'NUt'M' Madad 101- PNA FImr01, IN TOWN nea, shopp.nQ VO 56 luiinoti OppMtunltlMunity Nearly H. ,...._ : oil In aaOelN1. aandIPMl. .
House to Rent? TMs ditiao pcca Pr rM cal N :.::c'\r'ooo:\ 3 1 eats Ram.bawlllul cantor Call FR 2.1694. par ms.MPid POOlS n ..1555. 1 underwit everybody.HENDRIX NNW IM5 A... /1050N,

Can M FNA wll low er.I4Id' RENTINGCOOOai ,.... A1oNy. 171111 51 pal CAR WASH" con/ WIIT'NOHOU"'io' -wad.a : "
{.pawl. "n''.. noaaSF NOW JETSPPA" .1/aa 010 0,0 0550" 0. '.01NWASNRR.' ; 5.541155c.nNll.
down i piyrwrit Lit Maw 111. 5000. Mark Rut 1.151.PMrw FURNITURE
5. CO.
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IIy' $ ullre fnedera N> uv* up ti II par ctntM .. ....
Ma 49 ._ Fer KentTlXjl
REMEMBER- ylo 777-a
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Call, : pref.rty TOU Central. Hut ple eperrmenn, lam .hvtn."" enddlnln. top outllty Md "minMtdCol IHh IIi <. bidM
33011. 171 UN nee, modem kitchen with 9UIIT wlllTTeet ,*.Op WN lorvkl tar MIMI ti.-m"I.", ; ., certM loble. end i W-4r' Wad, .;;,7115. Photo m mi.iH. .
A rental Gladys Smith Realtor tan *rte tkxooe c Ierl.. tprraM room btulpmont, md bulWnti by pur- end 1511, IMM, TV dinette' MlI I new M" wet. 50,0. ...... .
vacancy INCOME PROPERTY Itoort III.* ....... Meet III" end Prhreti .. *..... m DUO : ..." IS Ml ITU IN 0051.
w'lII II.I Chelrt, I bed .... lletni .
chott dlnct .
11t W unlvtrtlty AvlIT IhrautK mmuftctur.Iwll woprInollih Mw IT: Walt P.. .
H you era toklnf, lee t property or end net ...., heeter licit) both workmt men er itudent 0 .. it or wllh lit .... ell drum ..d
.. Phone PR, .imUIHISMID 01'5 .... .. .... W.I" O. .. mellcu 1 5100' 1 alacllamp. tmn, | new II" _I. CK..I.
COSTS YOU MORE wllh. Interne tot M mow you MM ler w.MNN 01 empoved .... 1 MN 10m. .Nd abl.w1Mw PrMier, until Nape Ceppor luMnfm.
Real Irtit. Inkintet1 1131 loknont 0' An.luiti I new II It,
Mla nice t ..... ..._ Puny etreon.. IM el:n lath 500M0115 llecklIram Ot. Piwnt >.lolt, CMMWONDIRPUl. Pan Mw In July. ... Wetl Orver Dm. IIM I no< Pneno U .'*.
himlthed 11 n tor month to.come. i comput 515/1 Wrap Perai _
than the ad) that OR rom' 101. t Auie. Utli 1 weiHICKI 1015 tetknl delivery
"ANT o r ., :r:: ::
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lion Peved ... end loco. home M Ja. Pir .imllae MGaiMwillc. r Call m. M" ..e Ihidentl ...Iy. .,r. re. 15"515 Sara' IS 10. uaroll..1 4.550 plc,
Uretti Tin .
prim butmou opportunHy ,
will rent it!IHere's ll reilf...".. You should In_ Wit. C. .. Rama.lIrr 44 C."..N fw Kent LARGI IINOll ROOM tor work 1 crM ll land mIllS' in MllWIin.Id r. WAYii.sMiTu on heeler RAOI04 APPIIANCH .-Phone. t"r.s. -
tigiti I atom ". buy. Can FR 1131 Jerk Rd i' M. mm. WeMly, meld. lervkliIIM butfnMl .."'... ttllUn, ..... w u got ell drum 4 Hind, AIM'
13417.McMEEKIN. el refrigerator' 411 Nl Indu net. obout IV et H cooper tubIn. -
what II KM ....te W....... 1101,UINISHED SW Archer I ".ot.. w IU" Ac a. 37J.IIU .r 1741001.LASOS court dtrut..tjrovo........ All raom Sir Mr SaloN. trl uw.vnouid /Hf. ., Ill riotll liter 4.

your LAKEII ,.hono.. 1111' __ pluala, Mlrams 0 nmidtr runt build oIroM < WIITINOMOUIIlienel waM51. m.4hlnp. COMPARE !
you ira wontlne tsar round MOM WAITED 33 100 .. .. bath IMpt dca.aln. Far 101'",. duo to Illntii Mownor. IJSI 4 Drawer CNEsT
COSTS homo ilhieled who tr without' '"RM/.. WIltiMIS men _.... Cm 3.JI.IJoIor ...
: vacancy on betutlrm lentIttractlve I mltoi H OilnnvUM: till 274 45 ,_i.h... Apt*. w MAUN. .. MclntMn 5151 lawn CNAI"s' MI 00<.
31"1. ,
property cammingel FVINY.. TAtLl 14 77..00..
YOU EVERY DAY I....home ind forty acre, would' I cm tr writi sa NW wn AH.I NEW FUN'IHnR' 111 WISELY er ... menthV.thlra .UCClI5.UL "NCLAI" _KENMORE DISHWASHER THESE HOME VALUES
be '-IUI..._'., roomeireplece
PropertyFOAMS both, ",'h''.. tupplled.jn 5101105 M Iowa .......
Out .f Tows lease Noodl Repolr' SIP. rttojl.CHAN ,
mmenry centime.lienwell .
I N1amS' In Good Pic411ol M Mil liter' I Pi* miv BEFORE YOU BUY
until it is rented: tondicoped wmmerlytlom pen .... Cou51... only. H. pats cm .help miubn. Cm PR 4 mod rirloa.Nr0.r 1

, 1371: II. lent trontege HOUSE S room. w pat IM Month 51 Mi... ...rll. 1711. Mto arc. .ttnvel ......... 4 ....
lecettd It mall tin at on. icrM brood lend Reewn. Apply III Nl Itl Avt MOMS 4 oHIce City era PIPAIR. WORK ON .1
I Oolnnvllle I ml louth el tOo .bI. N00r Old' Tow", .. CallCco.a APT -- Hill en .._ Sloe'l''"11 ""'III. Co* PR ._. SAV'IBUY !!
IF RENT: YOUR LOSS Polotke. Hwy'- M the piece tar CII. Ill 7077. 4 or 3 BR : IKAILER SPAtt ....". lletl. tor lily SMpa'p
reel llvlne end pood """.. Nl ...... lid we. In It lit NW FOR RINTU ... Say new .. 11551 Mm.A ADMINAL AIR CONDITION0R: !
IS: PER DAY IS: Cell Par ipoomtment .PR I.:3417. 40 .,.i"... .,.rti.. Mt Tor IT call PR eJNSilectrk MONTH 554 hm4c1.N ..__ 11.054 .7U..M HOTPOINT 01'p510151705

j iUii,TG..i ft"i Or.m..tON Newborn roller Perk, Write H. t. lelllm ... ,1W .... YOUR NEW HOME
NOW_'", .'" Call PN .1171..
I ASSOCIATES PRT7iIEINVESTMENT! ape Ira badrtam Corn.I.Md '-
II .J* ptr cm. .. 11.. per diy J. Pray Ouy Jays lutterwerttlCol 05d .nhacSlih.d all JrdJIlAkll OPPORTUNITY ADVERTISE IN 11i'E i BEFORE DECEMBER 31
I J. W Devil, H. J. wntihiraMuitioie kitchen ....".. SI-A Wanted" T. ...) I
i HI per IT* .. II M per diy Llitlnp" ; alp. condltlonlnt twfmmlntpool T Cempacy ae Indl.du", 1010 MINI SERVICE DIRECTORY AND SAVE YOUR
IM Prke .i I WINtocolod W'NTED bedioom lurnthedJenuery
one block from PK .. Md to 1Na150 en ,line
IH per me. .. SLOt per dryMr IJ"l MedlcelCenter UrMIW YaMS 1<_. Prom IIM. pernor .ae -N /lm..11d1.o a I.mach I.. 1 M chitlve ,..._,...vo In HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION

PARRISHPRESENTS Netr_ ........ ,Ra..rv, yacro 041 Car p.1ld. territory.Tnli .
w tnt ., 12 00 ptr diywr Unlvinlly' t. ... Lecitlonpood In ,

CHI Aim Hlnionin. T."....W.. :jTo.4454 llth Avenue end loth neighborhood Wrlli !.' H t new lino el ......'... (p K'/I Iioo. ,.".., oIII. IHOWN IT ADVAWInPPOINTMINT :
MM .
U4M, Oolnotvllie Soil OHtTtn
w rPM Mil per day 1 '- .,., tormuliled by .. ..
Gladys Smith Rtoltarm 2 BR FURN. APT. 91 LUXI unturn houM In Gals,.. Hne chomlcH heuM met do TM M14h4 0,0 ready lor S Av.KrlPlcy. *
171 mo. 51.11 per diy \ W. Unlvenlty' .v.. PR with M IR loo. lei l..... Oam/salablS ba.wa tor
per WO "' 0. Cell I-UU by Scaly M MM 0. .1.1ie. 'D<\'(/ Ct.iMtmtt.
fmt ..... .
POTENTIALSu,0. asp0PM.SIFICISNCY E... without children er EI 5114 5a. I fomlhi.' .1 *. 4piowy
PI ptr it* .. 12.10 par diy brlcl. hmw ,Loa llvlnf room. detcr4 leclllon price, .' .I w 672 S.W. ISM hats. ap. Scuba' ream, I.1PRC
i operate ".1.. room, I bedrooms 0 H_ $0.7. MM all number. I A. ..._.... ".0. Woy teem. pace, 11110 Nile
alillIles 1,15011,1 00009. .0. A 3 bedroom I (Country Club ..,.,..1 ........ .".
IM par tit. Ret par diy t betht ape alp' PlorldiRoom 4 .Id...... I SMI ... WI 110' ''UJt 0alnrmls.' New Irkk HOITKIIn raw 2 bath .er..nad IOrCfIo
A 11111 M m15. 7710151ter 4 I*' 74 bunt, Plituwmnl .
which It '
study com.pletoly roe bllcbaS, M baWS 5011.Pm
Carper 101
.,.... horn. 381J NW. dirt
'""' ''' all S PM scud _1I1on1l
Ml par KM. .. MM par day05wm..510wday prlvm ioctted on I lirgo N w. ith ItrtttI 51 Oltici-Detk Space anon nr nnditlinM wall
wood* lot. w.klr.0 dlninct" toUnlvtrllty ".OMM 111005001. ....... 3a. at IM I A... ) Blocki from II. irao, hoar .... balls lit aPPllaoe00-wa. d5nld
il rtarlM.LARai 1711J13Glady. .1 001 51 Sea PSI' lIlacs ISSNly rdacerald .ltk. Was.M Sttokin fMtirHtikti rrwntiry School. md S ... (....... Vary uchnlvt a0a1Nallly tor .... /sa.Pln1'

PAMILV lust ttii honw 4CHIWrom Smith Realtor P S ....21. __ ...,. Upalelra' WINS' I NN"way. Blocks from Junior' High.Wt "' 1,1055 ,01 aM 1101: 010.1 egad MosImasl ::
PM par me. .. 12.1. ptr diy IIM W. Unlvirtlty' Avt ......... par m.0lS 10111 llnn4 0,0101 praprty LM
badro.1n. I M'' Pmlly rail. NIAR CAMPUS I IR 415.. eptrhinly end ON hooting I A 4 bldroom. kulH to lltdk ., N a r fl'I"II. ,.
Hljroom. Hrnlllrt In molt. s.. M. Malid" .4elo. end air randltlonlnt turn. Oft 45 ulpm.0l' _. ..... VA M .t arcane ...,,......, Ils' I I1r0ol0
tin per me. n.n per day Iwlnp "ou"fully Iandlcd5N -GOOD BUY Not wllobn. tor poll PRPURNIINIO treet eorhint' OIM ,."..... law poynwnt. PHA tram HM build for ducflmlnitIng .45varNllwl" Rr5/. .

,..d. I3D' IW paid e.P 41071.NIWLY. Phont Narweed Hope PR e-Uel. dawn-115 510/54 ...... people who

CALL 378.1411 ........ appaalm.M 0 1110.raamins APT" Clio ION SIN.JtIO* >?:et 'ttlteeipece. sound comtructlon and 1110 N.W. 21th .... --
I PROUD TO PIIISINT Thlt law hour said Capitol lyiMin. Inc. 0 M 1N IOIM,
Ipso ph.darls ond 500914 01111. Wit NW Slip II. Cell V. good planning. limit dn,
YOUR tilling I itory honw ,In ITMIIMwith mont tor butlnoti proporty all out ch50ca ..--. Call' 5w trw er 1/10_ \I W l.... Plop I on limlopm It:* : mi, w VMt dn, md
TO PLACE MI,11Ool.OOd. Aar .... Pole 006room. Only A... If kitorattto, CM bar,, m nol or 4111311. HOUII OAILY I'll Norwood
110 ..... Il,1r. O.'C' S P A C. AVAILAaDew.Piwn '_
I rear NocweM Hope ::11'530', cm inuti or num.EARLY W. built MIN ono and ws
'tlnplict, end HMnli. din-. APT POR, RINTtor Coltcal _1 A A -c.
SUN RENTAL Ins room, both has mill M will 41 RMldmlltl IPJCMM L mal enly" Air condition.ed 54 Par CM 1_'.., Sully. ace proud of II. ,....I.eI 1100 N.W. 211k (1.
Clrpitlno" (Mntt ttudy centre h..".., utltltM. tur- 3"11'IOJ' family room, MDWII din. Hope
WANT ADS Italy Placid. room wltO Nra.plop. "'I'd. 'hoN FR .141 M n -- i'iio- I SN I bottifc k).. ..... 'llTttNW. >
; 16 .PART"'ENTI. Pilon. A. I. SOCUSIT1 SUIT InQ racm. I"'ng" roo.n. pa, -
Thlt hem14
WIt you .. .
Harp. 1154 w. U"1y" Pica CNN 11I."H"
Mould' IM II you in looklni' for 2rt.6.55.76. EFFICIENCY APT$. Ottk. -.. Air cent., 0701.wr. FIREPLACE HOME lapse .ntmnc. tow, loddd IncA
as ea4YPla Iyp. IM MOMlctnopy aN parole. JM11waarrlca Ail brkl ..tor... ,......] ind lindwiptd V..d- KtkStI .

II HMIMI foe S.I. EXCELLENT Mrttwiit tocitlmhim 42 ..,"' t> Ac..... .......... 441 VIU F'" .30"aaa5.1e. e"1 I" 0454N / h..... ftroplKt PO"1.*. III N 130 foot "'. be,. Ikiihi mi ..... |tir i Trade Homes

Ml, 1 bdrNm. pI p.Nh 1500045 AND RATE POR Pi"AVAILAILI lomlly room built.M III par ppnS,
m ,". I bO'h.. .,.. iv,. with ",. iriwd it Mil wm IM 1110 'Cln OFF IEW500SY T'UO' COu L'. 170 Poe 515. ii..ii"'H.W .011.0 w ..... sshpialy Chen mrirn broMint bar If ." In
place I,. Hilly, em., "::.W down ptymwit end _,... ... 1 0'0. Small monthly" pymanH.F11en. plus olillI115. Call,' _,... of .......... 201 HW till 'lovilhly ,ImdKopvd ImIrahM01M10 you lnvitlng toil t or Property
h.m don't 4111 H W. 1510
1.5 Dr.
I<.r CUIMCVllroo 314410 an 3114111.WNl Ave. 11)1 per me. Phont PPi I. ilr ctndltlcnlnf' ,
Nw'lociflon. MN "om. Khool.Phono Tills H'CI Chine lit I IR. I bun UN .l. 141N ML OUN :
PR t-He,. I i7"ii" w Hlghwiy: i OM 110 SLACK AC55S. Tradlllenal I bob I Iroom. ... ...IMnt. a'
mllM ..11. Good ttrmt, imodown .. .,. Na ",.. C Si'VaIed NW an l NrmtvHllbll. complit. Mtltliction
.11. .
T'UO' OP P.ANCH MOUStlt 1 M' .Nana wIM, Ilclproam. ... 54 '.tI"...'Bll rJ :''
TOO MUCH TOOITHIRNllltV Mparala Sh. Op"" ,._ Flan PR $-lsM. ..... .... 1157. with cmrril ale (ondjtlon.Ing WILL, 405 CALL,

tiny bedraomi no lit rill Ely mom .lth flraclac' Laymelam 410 Km. 1,01.0. 100 A parm. Dec. lilt, I 0,0. 1 '" 'roT--wl'lTAmln and rioting and bird L1a110e,p ,tit. .. 111 ITUIf
_.. open ......, Thll" brae bullM kItC""' CollrNMal. fu... 2 1400. bO.n. ond co...... man "'_'. .1' cldlllanadaparlmact ._. rat,. JoM MNI114 II....... wood floe I 64,
W ,
hondMme, two sterol. IremeMUM. In "oc hud C. Only Hot. ..r0 near Unl. 0 Mad.CMOr. 372 ,lIPs ronl ll1111CI 'OrS1 r I, .qulpptd PS .PlI M PS, 1110
( iMcellently built md mein.tuned I Pos Oyctl 4 AHOCIATII INC. A41Pi' ..... M pal. .''lth." ind cutlom built '
.II mint Pie lemlly NEW L.lflNO.. AImN5' raw I bad.roan. IIALTORTO L.... n utm, ON par m. Call Ciblrwri 1
Pour bedroom tr XI". wllb I 0.10. c..II M"od W. U.... inimIM 77171x1 G' Ill 4151 I > 4 ........ M.d.1. IR / 101...... tf H.", I.II/M
m ceder-Hned ctoMtt. I (radar".- ape sal .MdnlocOl home M JHADOWIAWNISTATIt JACK DI YOT '
ACPI torm on tw., 1. light
lied both powder room. llvlnfroom 100 0 101 tot M WlmbHlyIttitM. I 46 Unturnltkod Apt*. 111.7070 1 top AHMlltl.Pl .*,
IT X if with/ Hraelece, lull In kltcnm ...,... mlln N. el lone City Good, Mil, ...1..4 Broke 711 ,
''n''.. room I4f X If, t arcs leko ft ocroi In loco f. D OLIVER AllMlltM"
II ecrM ,In limber, ....",. Mp..5. u. 1I.lno lair1. kit ""ul..d. - -
"tar 00 ell electric kitchen with INIXPEN1IV1. Tw btdroom horn irett ..... nil per 'S! par me 401 NW IWh Ortill OPPSINGIndw4aal \ Ray III). CiHi $IMlitMwrt .
dlthwitner, weiner, dryer tnetb.ber m loot condition' linod SA.1. ..... Tvonl ....... II Picontreei. I' McKkmeyOraen" PR ,114)1) Itytoi for You
end iteoli now ceWnetryInteirel MtW tar tanw walna.UIIIVE,01T ., I megnollei, Moil ptetur.Itnd C Well plomed .Iw4.. preMp I :t'.r
ocraened porch leered. paAO Mlllla 1ft 11I1. ..... M11h 47 Nine, fw lent ",". ) OiMIMy meterlbl 4 r0mMMlp MODELS >nM. Everything Js
end muted .11''.. No Pit mi / ACP.II. Now ." ,
braid clew ovorlookln.' (me.Illeot I1S H.W. ltd ,..
std, mlrlc/ad 'bdI.on" N4r. *
reel Mperatt tlrege
down Write Den Rtevel rn-M fl1T'lm\r-1i.P'; ft A eemmunlty yeu would bepraud
Woodthed bPad aria111.111.'
wired M t Owner, lei Hi. Whllo Iprmgi, ..... IIIprlvele. '
ewnlnt fenced M to Ills toDrive
OlMlrad' hot wilercentre 10" pnS" .Orton 542* 01/aaa !
oven ColdF Now
fit. er uH Tom Civil 791117, WOIH W. leih Open NEW andTROUBLEFREE
) hettln.. Lot IW X Isf'rum ally IImll. III" HO CITY TAX.N. L.. .
City. rtann Ave tut .w ONE WrMt to.lertecllon
_I. old traet Pored M tor McCOY'S
-- N
the bO""., In I pmtent web to 3 or I. Ae.U A/Iraal/n1 Ham.all. teperele dlnlnp raom, fl'|- IM H.n ... toriPR .
bchoel nelehbomood. Our focally M. M. 11 mIle,. W... N City 1111151 1place N4lS" .-..1/0a d. .- Northwest
ol IK" hit loved n. U1.00I. Call ell ot peved rood Dry pill ....... NI ..../...... Adults ""y. MACOMAHOMES9
tar ippolntment to view, 411 NlMh I woad, {..1i an 1M Pirme. 1111 3111OOJ.
PARRISH $|y, "..,..... II w. Unlv.Ave UUV PURNIIHIO 4 IR 011,0W EstatesCvitwn INC. in brand home. '
1H.IWMl county pert en Hw M. TV. NEW a new
M winner-dryer. Uett __" ....
AISOCIATII. INC.H. Acra tract oeloMlnt"" wimtmtll IIH per me PR" *M MODELS THI 'JtrFfRSON"
Wayne Nil' NNM. Oral/am homo lend Meet hoe build' kill ._.. r.HrkrtW ..
JOY Carolyn' Pooloy Miry Pariah In. I MM Cluntry : ... 41 Heutei fw Hint U.''''.. Move Now Before
to Hill control, haM I U. I MIR It N f. Plfll SI Til. J7) 1371 It Acret, poved : Wee of N... 0... Char.
... bMullrul iwodod bM Mean lnpI, Oa/45151' __
M...,. 0,151n441n1' .bnmsd.a0. I OuiitowMt14t ecrai M Co nr ONNNM I IIhribto HICl, i III ttl H5LJSI on thMycomer .... Dilly '0-' /Natifaly M4i4 kM IhH Km. h. HIM .'im _
let el Mil Nl Ind .
"cvponcy loW 15100 par LASSITERREALTY homo Bullden,. pieeMt cal, VIII.. GrimCtMMll VOTMMM n. ftMltiM ttnlom.wory I tho HolidaysALL
...ont. iDovt "IM ,lend AIM. hM City. Oeod M400.IIIhene 1571. AN City soonooloos'. "" .... N"". IM *M
mar ........... Prlci MI todey'l ind tonltmnrtr d l p S 1./ d work am w'lII
PLORIOA' PARK j m005. I IP., CCI Kro.... rent er Mm, UrMI IrUb ape ....... laundry, inthon. md penlryitorew
| IR I Mlh Ocill UK NWipm App. I ecrM nr Mod Center, nil.ibM HW ,till 5 1501, OHio ... bMraomk I MOM band to Nit ...... o... CITY SERVICES
A... POUR IBDPOOWI I bolhi Nor tor bulldlnt' rentol unit _"'... P/Ia t II 1547 F4mIly _. fr_ Then era .... be*

J. J. ..,.... CeMrtl Hoot Inca' MARY MOELLER, REALTOR r It. Hoc etheol, to Mncedttrd AN iy ton.omixM tnd 0011. IMHol to Mm* mmi mm ......-... ItoMltecHlttol
NfAl MITCALPI i yird. 111,101 win' pop town 'III! w. Unlv. Ave PR M4M Wt :'. 'NW M m AVI. 0 e.505.I MMly MtMod M Mllioo loaf Phil two lud hid
IR, I Ml". Cl. contra! hut. -- Cm OTH5I er IX-Hit -, laadaasod.cmM1f W N Llkl new Very low down ptvtAtwmi WOODEDContemperery 5a0 5.0000 Si.IS 00 5 0. 191 .... In Its H
.. tilllly, iIMVIITORI : TWO IfOIOOMI CCI with eMporeuet I IR enlumlined, Mfr U till tow dM/.N tor 01alIP ON/0.
nwlgtgil neorl. Northweit Only CO 4m .aamPMNCa.0Orr Nl let Ave Centecl Merit. Pet area 4vwe. t tormel ..... nom with
IOTNWEITNn4. IIM Down 4 Leu then all per 115015U.lou. to III NW md .ve. Nam ol N Indred NN t teeereti OMW. nom Hut i 12,250 up
me. Incl. 51.4 I Ink N ytimove _" /amply lawn 0111 UraoleilMl.
7050 a
acaNII41,1100,1 1015 A545.a
Irii iMi
end I SS,
$ MMM %1. In bjotort Jen. I 4 clelm home WALTER STUB IS b.wmMrry 5414.TM"l' .
.". C. da.SN 11,5. oo daM
Rm.. mdro 51500.' ..Sits Call-.. to Ittl hla.Nal..damp11.a.ATT5ACTVI 112 Call PIP Mrs) c....... Novel JIll' .W ara1.Inn M. 0.. 115. A ;::;..... ""lilt Mill, Ma ehalod M..MM544.545 sac 0. I $400 DOWN FHA

(5410 ynllIAal ape 511.SN.
&orfyi Smith Realtor Inc. 9.51. ape Nor atIo WI" NOTHING
PIS 15410 hone In Nalbwrl f ....... I
._ IBI W Unlvorlltv' Ave t both, llleMt IVMU mall dllltnHvl ,.... It
mar OHI IMj lIy man 1 A... Phono Hunt enert rolls ..... $100 Cut
'_".... MOM t ecrot in I 441with bullH Nl kitchen Centre .hoet irnncE.orp Phone 37-S194 Closing
4M II Irtnleooi mcomt IfIMIIihedl HIM with' ........., "_... 4} COI..... Properly PM 1101. 5w 5111L
reduced pr,ct 4 LOW DOWN P4YWINT.NORTNfAIT { It. I bull CC homo vkMly .. $7Cl
NII .011 'A' room, noer llltiewoot" KMOI 111! i "We trade ..u... Th Chormlng
UIINIII OPPORTUNITY TIN 5mt01/ b 11 141 beeroomi II Itrh W. 4menmy per Phone PR e-IM er PMol FROM /J FIR MONTH
V. era etlerint i very line -.- rfwm M. P.oc.d PIN A.. Imo 1,00 ,._' 1MNW Mm Tie.KTrrIAN RANCHO GRANDE
rent ihowlnt t vent tKtilenl buInm = yard. ,': 5 Ds 5.m.lb5e : ..,....... bU M pep "homeCOLORED I
/ I bedroom WALK TO
3 1adN.m. 5 N.Nra, 4.10. SCHOOLS
Hwy. with-app.,... M el It IWa.IronloM Und en 4Mulpmont porch paid JULY 51.1 not dtwn Mdr00m.4 |rl per III AIM''' M 0450 d.wo SoIR'peym on..PIIOC.. Iese IDIw' In Carl 5....... Peat, Sam.nro I Geh'...'...'. Plweet t>4 ip... I Lmiy IIY'. dim

.Hv... tuirlen ...,- toe. aaN 0 ... 11 .... 5.411/. .d.4Pi._ M",54/0.. 51Vd.01. I I Io.iNwo .pwtiMwf .tWIpej P.O.. k4 1110. em pa.a l bow.
M will' room ler .__ Thllto Pod. ....... 1110 5a m. I 50.055 5110001.4 ohm 1PD" 4 IK, Erick Front Ctlonlali. New flA..hllt.
en ..,...- butlnoM, mow.Ini LAKESHORETOWERS -
pal ....". Owner retiringkx HOMf '0' e"'ST"'I..11'' Move AM NW I71N Pt Prkt, $15.125 $615 DgwiDIMCTIONJf
lute MH t
Apr 0 ...... 41 5..1N .Im, .... both Nape M ItoX Pie ... Hoikdovl 'I I 'LANNING TO lUlL'
...... HemMloedl I
--" -- 4 MNM
Aptt 4 btuneil. kmd M enPerne ......>l... lor IHI PMtureilerae I Ut ..". Diy| West Ktk A'e.
on tn T.m
Prilrle Cad kx MPt I .'. MeeraM OR. PoMiy ui 9110 you
.. OM MN wpprmnity rarely oknxod. room wm cheorMI llreplece 1"oetln" 4 NOW LEASING on cwiirtcling your Left an lllk St. ar ITtH T.rr.c .
bucimi/ with bui* N MW utiom Son.CHCr ..

burnertr. Ml e.en Air. dlonwetntr_' ........CtKM ... RENTALS I l J ;r"vi 0 M.ClV

MARY loWaH itrete. Am.nj bm Day -JM Butler BrothersBUILDERS
won MS.M1 lend Nil Nit.JOIJt.
!MASS AM O'PIR 4 hen. yourmm I
MOELLER renewed M ..... Cieutt BRAND NEW DUPLEXES ,.<502md

... Lao IItt. DAILY 172-1145 NIGHT U'041What's
f'tIOII' 1.40 MrOW Br. t..d. '

REALTY 378-1521

41t w. 0519. Avo. IN 4411 :

Altmbtr Muwne. ItollntAtooMlel "Myrtle" L_..... .,Nor ti r {

I. W. AtMlier. Potter keeneCkenu wm .. .1.11. ....". Ae.4/.55 II ac
Mire-. ..-l 'er OIl .,ont 54 ....'.:..,. .'.:
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Home of Your Own for Christmas?

FEATURES IPICLUNSeS..dp.ld.e .Immedlete OcCtluCJ SI3,400 to SI 1,200

1554 e.a... Ia. Lose
AVAILABLE IN THE 0500040 0 Ceitso N.11e ef Several M.4.1.
A1500 ./ Plow from
Payments $79.34 A.. Good. C L.a.d.y r.511Nlde

CAROLYN C si/.1 115 NasI .55 SOOl ape Mi.105 4 W.4 TKa convenient' north-

ea 0am0 $410 C.mpa.5n011 MM.4My 1$100 CIo.I. c..ts''
1 Directly/ Across From Compvt CaMnp4R Itmha S,m. | oit'i pmtlgo" eUressh

a T..._ Too 50150 5 Na
1620 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. pww.1 MNar raIN Woe afao .115 r4M ape PHONE 376.4456
T1Nd eM ape .NrrMO 110..19a7a

d.V.,0 p115 M 0 Mwa.d Aoq CO! PRIVATE APfOiNTMINTlt4Meoe IIGIIL\M )
a1I..55.a c- C4.. r.1f./ ape ... Oil In s

CONTACT :.n .1..1554 P'01wp0 ..P tlro.w15 SALIS OFFICE OPEN II S DAILY 3 COURT MANOR
.... LIdaaa 945405F
2194 t" U. n. I HWT.441butler Sri

E. M. REIZEN ... b.r.iapmol ... 111.5111 w 172.1322Tm. 1.1. 0441. N L JI,.. I......

fl 6-1910 m11oaa h w. II miwo 4 _ar M 101I Naas. Bros. IUILDWJ 1.114." e.4 Develepers. ...5 1 1rk 7e ..... 172-1471

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r 1103/J/R! t 4 A AA11r 16116 t A!A 61+$44' 6 ue".5 a t wlf t0u sw411 .,, 0150. eTlaar.151051./ 6 Jr 1 d.0N 1 s ,,

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r Goinelvi11e Suss Sunday, November_ 29, 19(4MlMl.

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1 f" Sols C6 M1s for S.loLuttro 71 Muiltol MorckondlM
: 1 195} FORD 5225. Ph.... CAUO4 OR TRADE 1171 3703 .. .n* VOLKSWASIH( N.47 rTraa.rodlo. .
e hun..nd long eft' I Hli proven 419. Cl....,. SPINET ORGAN 312.7226.. .I,V3, .Ir aandl/1$0.0, $II" ImlloM _It.... 1471 .
IRj I' II... 4. 30. 11 to oo>y m tho oudgirt. / .4Wanl.l079 FR 6-2467, M.. Philp Call )7MJ onar S wookiioya, 116t>i
: It* NW Ml ,v5. Pi o- RoitonM hrooilwi colon. Root 4Nwm0471007.0 rM PLYMOUTH 4Voaor alroIgM" .11 dIy Mondry. 0'Y..
allck. heater, .low mile. outreeiiwn R
I Oloctrlc Ihomoottrll Me 0 4,100 Psymwd.GRIDLIY 'It FORD 0, I Or, AP, RtH. lou MOS or mi ALFA ROMfOIpydor
HERM oil apac hootor Donloll umlhiro C.. Oilnotvlllo MUSIC COOahio P Stto. Call It 1-1251 oner 'elCHBVVe- ,AT Salt I* ...... cond lei
,1 f .Mewor, 'In amwiont' condi.' Shopping Cents "ilia/ Miopping, Cantor 6 M. '&0 PORD 6. I Or. IT, It.... at 3304W. Unhr" A... or call laCook.
W/Oltank$1.'an* "*"* ** 3'7'I"S3Automotive 1060 CHEVROLET .0.1.0,4. 'lit. '.. BUICK lloctro US AC t AH PR iml vna.IT
"' 70 looH-Mlrlno Equip. Iacptlandly cI-. All altctrlc.
lAL lor Hmlor p00410Ltlta.... ." CHIVY 1m...... AT, R I H. Automob.loa W.....
1 RIo or high Hi] II' WHALEC"T.I Icond CALL 171.1011 I
I alia M :' u do. $$CHEVY t Dr AT R 475. THESTRIKE'S
0U..tAlsss "'" p.fy e-rtso. 1 IS HP Ivlnruot motor Muiw lay CHEVROLET aiotllont,, condition 2-1n-"" *0111.044.P10 I t
.. .. Incluited CARS
a .. roy Irolltr I Mol g lonki Landir 476N1k taWM ForMIn
M 40.38 .1. 7 mid I C\l'1" ttoMird ahllt. lei 6 Ch.v/e6/s.
? 1077. b tcooton AI INrndl INV'
Call .IIer I P.M. 1} Motorerclo. .
3104361.Le ot m NW 17th $ IIl Station, tit SI ..h ...
:"M.dbwrd 4710 71 Comp-Hunt-fitk' 93 ALLSTATE''motoracootor'' ."raoiaonably ,&t PLYMOUTH ConvartlMe Sport IS-Farolg* tr Sporto Coin
$1311 0006,13, $ = ovartwulad' .._.11 I y ,419. RUN AT.IIGOO ml Good WANTED
..... all lormlco. rogo 0004 R M. .uto, ....pun 12 IiA. Ill "1..... condo 11101 or 1.05 for NON TRIUMPH' TII.20 1954 1161 Et.bW. CoIl
Mi far I*.n. wa." m$0m. AOL. Or, vont rib, cult eomp Phono" "" "'IOS. ..'.37........ 1165 now condillon, 10. at 1011 Clean mad con I
4 0o.o. tprtna for M."M. Coil $".7" II pw o nt .01. .. NW 1100 A.. .Bob Adomi FR 2.7124
1 54 SUICK eomrtlMt' MWchtnl.Wtl
,11 201 00 ZUNOA' motorcycle.
......, .
..COX WAREHOUSE PR day> PR tlltf MgMorind Contocl O. H. c.rt. RI. idly N.44. 0"10 lop sold .
tk M.lft N. FR' 1.4370 WINCHESTER AUTOMATIC t,7PcO Mt city. Call 3Ta-IM7. tllplp.a $"..

lEA'' $ ON. NEATER wllh ter_ 1ft goad -'. 1741004_ (CRANE
"01, w>.wv. $i w. now IBHtor wino M! 1444w1M. 14 AUTOMOBILI REPAIRS 51 'Dill Hardlo0 r0.. 10 .3111..
toot 075 mm toll mo 47161. 0m ...... tab. uO.ym.0t.. 01In
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ML>r boot otfor. 1134 I 1Ih 20 CALIBER M.I Carbl0 Ammo.a How 70n m5. IJH IIIIIIIICIo/ P......
t .PjionoFR M OI. mm 00.010? r,0w.0 1$ 031010. WI RY'D"oW: 46.7100. c
n otock. 131 Pnono *R o> 1ft wr molar 11,13.00 .......
r lot-iHCH OIRLS. SICYCLI InV"M'Wndltloiv 9311. Bill, Room Aoa H..WI"I'OWIRI MOTOR co. IUICK IKYLAUK S Dit.
bow and white 100 N. OIl.M It. Sport C_. v-4. HIM and whllo.S. .
YY6tM0:''lt.r. for only 1 $20. ... 72 Office 272 1Mt AT WW "_ PI. R M,
0'11$ Dr. 0701 1101. 1.W 6/wr adral.I11. ..
OUIIW boring old log per c MW0. VIRII'AK COpy MACHINI. In.oed IS Amomobllog for Sol* 1011. .ciery WaraMa+ sr10owr4r. USED CARS
modo cord ap.rath.S, _tlon. 04101'' Phora" 7714111.
MtI.rI. N pt"c.:, amall nwoddlng up to a holt ...... good lag bio HCVROLIT. '05 Imoolo, ......... 115) roD for '... olio' IM 01 MAIN ST.
a ring and luat 01 par.aonal ........ In laaa than o mllMtalaiy 'al ...,..., PI RAN loT. "- 4144, NW 10th II. S-l&i'
aalnoavlllo' Mooring All" withoutomotlc .
to .t. Complete or bell otfar 21W9", 1171 IW
C. "It 4.0004STOP timer ond 0 laps aup- Mth Avo Lot MORO Set : Mr. IrWleft M., Hart, Mr. lerker
._ ,..
of and le. '
ply! copy pooor }
Baloulo XL lot
I Spend. Kill monay on Moeollonco Low-coit operation Mutt bo told low 11I11./ _, ncallant condition vary Phone: PR 2-3(31
lor HE*. Waohor, IIIuoi Immediately' to make room forlorgorcopaelty ,.
I* y warranty loft Im oqulty OPEN IVININGS
P-otrlg, til in Drvor M mecnlne Proadomanttratlon 0
and 9101 NW
up. lunar ....11-- ropolr A.I Saat affar con lim U, 'J2-r.lment. OVE !
HANDYMAN 'HOI FH <- toko It Contoct W. 0. CtMrtole T
Oalnaavllla "n. Phone :37H4IIa '.4110$4
1 AUTOMATIC w."' ''' m.chlna.rar.ntaad 'towIrol..w1"L H, ..cnomlc.1H 1
111 1 JD, $... to order
I* work Now I. tan your '. 40.. N .11 NW UIt1I
m 'ITU .M vwM will haatar vn o.n.AI CARDS Tar Can I7H3TIJBIP LOW OVERHEAD
Mtjr.thomioatit 1 m. PhonoJi 3. plain or Imprinted. ....rIM I 1 1I
or alike. Sao 31101.11016.11 37 4-WD new enginew Drive 18 Min. Save Hundreds 3
PARKSR I .Ion than MO ",I. Other now .d'
L. hooithwoya bar-build dumb Complete OHlca' OvtllttenCT I occoaiorloa battery ,'_ ,:
Mil Witt Mt| onglnoa WIHI rock, owltchaa MM,HO building train w. Unix" Avf mvn I etc Price IHO. PR I47U.JF.CP '63 CHEVROLET III Air 4 door I'. : 1965 FORDS ARE -

i tracka, Call I731M4 or 373loll. 71 Muilcil Merchandlle for ..,.. bunting end ranch.Ing din, VB, radio I ,
now tronamltalon/ and tuneiup
I lob nm good, KM. IfJJ: Nw I heater, automatic transmission whit Wl,

SINGERFEATHERWEIGHT 'ILMIR iinuwd olnco alone factory Corntt condition 1lko ntw,. llh Av. Pick your favorite. extra clean, like new $1OIA ROLLING AGAIN! 1131, call tori Mi* I .4WD. 400.160 JEEP P05-e.SALE wIR1 dot, w. tune up condition . . lo4U'Al : .t
Wall. 773.9711.IPICIAL box 373-1715.ft0r I P.M.WILLY either nd.We I Impala. 4 door
'I Lilt. n.0.....0000710.."... ...1043 teN. I.oMlOCh. I CHP.IITMAI SAVINGS I' $ tWO TRUCK' .qulpp.0. lot CHEVROLET
R. $101' on olt MorcliandlM-bond hardtop, VS. radio, Some Ready for
I7S .r M.SO .por ..... NitlM.MKliInt lmin/m.4. and aocaar105.DER 11,131131. 6 Dog .oooo built on,i Start whore I II. I
... t .
Out Ir..1 control. $610. 01 heater automatic trantmittion
I"' Co.i lie:. IIIAv. DA MUSIC CO. li (10.1W.N'I.t0. I power steerIng
74 NI 12" Ann anylN55.SEE
nlu. .. "R I 1151IVANS .
222-6711. I brakes whit walls $
62. N. M.'ft 'lOr.) power ont | TQC Immediate Delivery-
ht tnr with' flu 'f5.TwlPR' Hammond'Organs SLANTON 590$. AIM! Ikon w. work toiword owner, exceptionally clean. . I J 7 J
Auto lolaa'
J7KM3 Ifttr I P M HWY 441 North the other ..'. Storhner, radio, heater, outo-
High tprlngi 4841041OR Impaclins ovorytHlng.luck 61 FORD matle trantmmion
TWIN Ndi, tlS 111M. powtrsteering
Hollywood I SALE ItM 4-whaol dr'.. JaI,a luck.
eta Good portiMo typowrlltr -
001117 m. I mall ,.dI.. U M "THE STANDARDOF atatlon. wagon Nell "Hunting wogon whitt walls, the sharpest $1295
171-1111 bvonlngo. MM coril Call during da], in north Florida. I
COMPARISON"TI in-IU!. ovanlnga' i7 .o 4l, hardtop 47
T.V .0051.4.5. IJ 011114 I 5,501. 00 :,. ono and only Hammond Organ '63 VW
i i
Ml PORO Oolavla MM Con, IMChavy 1
=900105.stall.43$1300 NW corn.IN y690,': HIM, Moro oil makn Hammond comblnoi,Orgonl Mid Tno Iraokawood w...... InComot 1, .kwnof onitirlcilo'" color,. win
pans roqulroatiming I Dr., II" Dotfgo 0 Dr., '59 ENGLISH FORD Consul 4 door heater, xyA
..,.... only orgon ,
SPEUAL I SALI 17 9.rAwldnd T'.et. ...... OnO NI. 1'51 Angllo. Phono 17frO oo, $1450
.. $1.10 por doieo. Wall, I. tho ot Churchaa, : white walls. .$185 d
ooted. lalvadaro AI.'" Nut pratoronco 1062 IMPALA 100$? 6701$. t a O10d;
... Ichoola' Momao and "Iho Pralaa-. 1 11,' "brakel, ,ldtoGAINESVilLE '59 VOLKSWAGEN 2 door radio heater new
.n$0 .rlet. 4MIUISan .$. .. Prao ,laiaona for tho bglnnor I0..oh.r..l,lr Kin ot 313. a7, : 55 CHEVROLET4door ,
'i1iZiJJi ICE Ploraon MUtIAN9 too Wrlto or Phonal paint good condition . . .$645
bow _plato W .Satfan radio, motor, $0.
.IIw ling"bunting a IIINOIR 1.... or...... Pull Ernie artier, Rep. coilant ,.. LOW BANK RATE FINANCING

,..1455.... hIY 105*taros$14, 17..I&5L qulvar" arm I Aton, Music Co. AUTO SALES $295 Owned and Operated By FALCON4drt

round bobbin oltllrleinrtoblo IIIIW.ln10vlllO.. lAva' PhonattMaMPIANO Pt, 1007 N. Mil St.Ph. BLANTON BROS. AUTO SALESHw
oqulpp' 10 IIImonoarom >... ... FR 2-6111 '62 VW Squire I wagon, Fordo 1849mIlra
441 North High Sri.,. 454."41
.ovtreoir mny 0111.r
buoy 0311011.1. 6 p.ym$0t5. Walllngton upright, 1700. Northccntral Florida ''''.n. Rodlo' onllvlcllo., ..- Opt. I,30-7 P.M. Doily FRI. Ill P.M. matte, R&H, ilr cond., n
I ciliml corMitlwi. botutlful light blue, low
10 N tIO 4111. Ooorg. Las Good Condo t7wn

21L'It' Mocblno Co. Plant Vt- CLOSS. Choice Out' IM4onoa. of r;;= w':''':, I daM Doolof $1195

DOWLINO'I$ UPHOI..TIRYetItt1" Wolnut or 00.41.09.LIIlaa MOTOR
,, low $9 $5. N. money / Mutk Im 63 VW HAWES-POWERS '
emll- low N II .p..? .,47th. tit I I. PlrotltroatM FORD
Rid, lo.*4 100% wan
700 55tkn14o. 104307! 5136 cIlt I lom.
WE'VEGOT 63 $1599
All wNa 5ullal. SMITTY SEZ
.:0 37443.. lute Il.ctra. 4 door tiaro '$1395'uvw : Golixlo 4-dr wdon, V-S,

WI WANT TO buy ..'. nvxHI. UMdrwrlgwotan. top, thia" ono haa ovarythlni, Fordomitle, R&H, light' tin.CHEVROLET.
I ..."'Ion.lly Hlgntrodtlno only" "I'J.
now ._ "We're loaded
HI 11. Ut llrool Phom I'lt Hf* ImnacUla9" 1.015. '
"SKAND NiW" m N. MAIN ST. PR 0-7171 010001.

fefo,cllnori. )/ode Oftl ond chal racMro,. III.M HIM.Ktforylfc'nQ ... FORDS $1895 with 77 used cars 63 Impala 2-dr. hardtop, V-8, $2099

ll dlmunttdVICI Powgrglldt groan & whltoClgoneit .
:3ILLIAM$ $ CINTMOT1H to., '63 'In town.
$.W/00m. Rd. Value Rtttd READYTO 61 ALFA ROMEO / and w.'r.issuing .

"':JJJiD VACUUM CLIANIRS "60.110", I.'rl' c,_. 7111 corII
>or lolo Used Cars .a,41,5190,. totIlllon,

1 IQftyi.WmtlnghouM Hooyora and liactrolux otharg B&G MOTOR CO. $2195 1 you a FORDGolakl.
.... JO WAIDIN 174-2MI
cooklno. wltb CodlllM Oldimobllo 2dr. 6", R&H, $1299
'f.'I'IIC llM: OAI HANOI, (>. 2001 NW 11th St. 61 VW license to steal Fordomotie: light blue Spoclol. -
od, Inatoik I FREE wi" wr I" I KomM. Imllont CmdltlM ..
OAL MS oo DOmol." (121 down ,
l imnin lor two months), DELAY $1395
':: Arahar 114. P4 41110 again for the

SINGH fCl MOTORS balance of the 62
I $1249
: SCANT-O-MA DODGI-DART Sunroof R&H, WW tjrei,
,11001. 7 "'.. old, 60p .v.nkffifti TRUCKS solid black E>tri sharp
willi out otfi Mokoo tutnmHoioi Take
( Mm on butiani bibdHMMI 111 II lit Avo. 171-041 & a
.... Poy boi of lin or MillerI'Brown
.take uo ,.,. III V per ma.D.Wl I '
cal wrlla JI"m Cron look at the CORVAIR
M 1.1. 0.11155,1115. 610 FOR THE CORRECT KEETER 62 $ 249GALAXIES

4-Spnd R&H.
SINGER 1 238 W. Unlrenitr loot below." ,
FR 2.1411 I
AUTO ZIG ZAG I Phone FR 6-5371

>Hl...... ".No"':ott,rtm,rt, no.* I Courtoty Chovrolot Of '
Unlvonlty YORKER ?:.
.. My Ponon. a IM wlttl, or voOll*
01 S* Wrllo JII...., Cn' automatic tranimittton, radio, heater power ,

::1rt: ;...... Dot O.In onUIw iuCAMIRA .. Mooring power broke. air condi$4895[ LTD'S & FALCONS-

." AnKIIIATIVI 'on'OI 'Lit. I BARKLEY Monad, power windows. ,
"Inna05. III1IL AIN 141.
",oft. P13111. 1'112.1111. 3CO 4 door ,. READY
car pow DELIVER
PALM Mdllnt' to m. MOTORS"IN PICKUPS & VANS 64 CHRYSLER executive !

rtMr 1.1000, dlmo M I II. Vou brakes automatic trans.misuloR .
er steering, power ,
Mtlvo lrn LocI
'003 tomo "l 1U7HO air
JKAIN LAYOUT. Compl.Uk .. conditioned. . .
2201 N. Mali St. Low
t onglnM' H cori, OouOtKek M B Rate 6%
dull Fit 2-4J7I '" hod.
oUdlllonol' ipur pow "iiMtiJj '
or MCk iliulo' pack, olKlrlcily 64 PLYMOUTH tPxecar
fitwd bHUMIully UndKipd -
.. loblo. Porlott ChrlilniM' and "'I Power steering automatic G financing
your round girl tar nlMnonmolnoHt. $2895 ,
1111 or bat oflorMM transmission radio hooter. ,
v.luo. "R HTI4 *
4 <"orCrow"'p<)w' on all
PULL FORMICA Mrvln, count., .IPAIRIQuality 63 IMPERIAL
W" 4714a! by IM" lono Ond Jo" Used Con steering, pewei
mod win, ottiniMO IMI and s> < gotr POICH' THAN ORDINARY flCK-UfS VANS brakes radio heater airconditioned
wild ond dmort OKoLy rack. ANVWMeieSOUTHIKN new and
.l/k To Import elll) VI Ml I Sat, .Jill5

!!.a5.AllY 00.1,. .3590.0! 11ro11N. AUTO TROPICAL PONTIAC 4 d "
..... lain lonttoIII 63 CHEVROLET ;: : cars!
..,...11"'b 1314 ltd' G.M.C. Truck Center220N.W.SrhAv im ."
3:11.: N Mow It.
17I-IU1 motic transmission radio, heater, steerIng -
Q"GI: aoy .... WIndOW 1644' a .
<\'I / lw3romo. 50 w1110ow0 oM dar actual 13,000
... II IOJt $2195
u III m All, 0.1.tor IJI [ ) miles. I FORD

Special (Compact) 4 door,

- ; 63 BUICK station -agon, S/nr 62 Gol" .>e 300 4-d. V-8, $1749

heater sharp car. IO7J R&H, air cord, QuI_

m door, V-200) outo 1 nxitk. PS, prom & ",hit..

= 63 VALIANT t, trn.
$1495 :
mission radio, heoter. CHEVROLET

2 do<)r hoidfeP' eut.-
.-... '62 VALIANT > ; 62 "-dr. MdMo. V-B, PS, ps, 9599

F.. heater air conditioned, power $1295 .i RGoH.,. II steal POOo.rIIdt. flClory

steering. _
B.nn..m., 4 door
62 PONTIAC hardtop, power PONTIAC4.dr

.. steering, power broke,. air conditioned, automatic 61'
.. \ : transmission Power station wagon. ROW 9399i
$2295 a', cowl, ,uto. tront. PS.
windows. _
_ X_ -l----- ft, flrori & white(
1 r.. tron.-
.... -- 61 VALIANT ? :_, rod a

-;.. -- heater. Sharp. $895 i 1 MERCURY

:' '61 RAMBLER door station wagonM095, 5 74 $289

.. steering radio, sedan, RO. PS andt4tO
E t".". heater air cenditionad. hint Ex" c'-t.'

P".. -

..1..: '61 RAMBLER: autotic FORD
ion, $ '

.,. radio, heater. O7. I5 2dr. hardtop. V-8. rodeo, 189

:: 4tranimlislaoi d 0 studied) trans. two-lone
c. 61 OLDSMOBILE : ::eatic Broar..

radio heater, power steering,

THISJS AUSED CONTINENTAL? power brakes $1295 I I '

sharp. _

; THE ONLY CAFiFINER'1SA NEW CONTINENTAL? '59 IMPERIAL metic n...rcIto transmissioii,. auto-, 56F'R6H' ,239

0i; radio heater, power steering, power $QQChrekea.

.:: O7JSCIi

=: Von mlgM B8J lie blggvil diffeience behireen a J.. L SMITH. WILBUR SUCH.


;:- one IMS been md-lMted a M lon0.f thMrw GRANVILLE JONES.
.. eceicety mi thel N Is lICIt btnd.p.w.
Z (t11. .... look h.i rot chanqd. The esr has MERCURY I
been restored to prime condition In both sppeer'tnee -

'' perfomianc. 516 E. University

And the price Includes: ,ts.tlnd'rdequlfllM''t. CO 238 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Sfatuslly every lu.ury and t..tu'MM GAINESVILLE. FLA.
r _. eA .tmeglnov Why nol .INto FR 2-4251 IMPIR ....'tooIOIITM-Su.lCA. I OPEN TIL 9 MoMhru Fri. Ph. FR 65311rrIL

'w .= move up to LINCOLN CONTINENTAL -.- 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-3400 I



Sunday,November 29, 1964__ G.'ln...;I"j-v B





MONTHSALE -. ___ -
i, : "'' : a p'


t ;* *** J *
a sli.


The following 11 cars have been on our v'y

I lot for over 30 days and here's your

chance toSAVE ..


$450 Now Is The, Time To Get Your\.to' : .. iw : 65

'., '"" I -
UP TOM Chevy At 64 Prices-No M Until 1965


lawn wipe ".uloed' W'III'
.:.<.":-'ttc"wl_"' .I1&i a \ 1350n

WAI llffl I*VI Nee NOW

BUICK. ,.....,
LoSoIIrI a.dr. .d.n
59 .
.Ir.AN. wtw"on. PS PS 850THUNDERBIRD


W. ewr.nlw V.. WI N Sts.MI.Nf '6d Omobt Impala 5up r Sport CoupeExciting
Slyd" ill I gill A II
..ul.ud with .Ir _.peer
60 DiaL wIMge N while A' NNh.r Mini.all.RuNMaul .... 1795 Hew "npata ATUniversity,

= Thc

1t .CHEVROLET. SEW The ; Chevrolet '
G. ,w... .ull.d will.'. All
61Im.con."". WW tlrn.tutfc 1345 New Corso You Get
nm iv MM NOW The No. 1. Deal
Crovtn by Outi.lllnf
FIAT tAe Rut

(IN,.Mr_Sudan, MM .."'.. Tho No. 1. T. "'
M TIN oqul w'lII' M./.r e 1220 w .. rmsL
III'ww...n.._. RN w'III till hull? k w Coil,|..k Fl,..n.l.| ,
Tho-lt.lo. 1. Service .
+ OfM| tk. N..llt Ar
NO DOWN PAYMENT CARS I; "lp""t l *Rut TrtlnW, VI
s.'CO' P n nn l lJ

The No. 1. Parts rJ
tftw Corsair Coria Sport Coup en. GENUINE
DODGE $1200 c.....,.,.. Pei 1/
58 PisMngtr Stt. Wagon,V-l,tula, .
Irani radio "nd rx.ttr'

Per Mo. We're ,Loaded With. New Chevrolet Trade-Ins! Ay


51 2.Or Sodas V-S, Standard tr_ '59 Chevrolet '62 Olds '64 Chevrolet '62:,Cprvalr' /
mlulon ROM V/l ... REMEMBER ....... ...... .. ..
..... "I" N T. AT ft.* M. M.T. c. tMt.
Per Mo.59l1 f Der r Mtar,:.1..M.,Hr lv9S;; sew, ewwor. For th.D.ol, of Your t= owls..
2195 Life S.c Your Quality 249500 w.59S0( '
34" .
rli4-0r. Sedan.ovtrdrlv, 6tyl, i :"
.'" &good tim. Per Mo. t '58 Chevrolet '61 Comet "NEW CAR$"- '62 Falcon '62 Chevrolet!

I Caw.._..,Slid VAT rd with. fm...W. ndlok vkift, 2.04.DMT.i Wick S...>.........r.t4Io...* *heats.."*.. All." Bowen .J..1Nf.p r..1..1.....I............ redo... M5.a..OM.....,.MUJr.. .......V/PL|.,.AT.169S .....,I
MERCURY .*.'e. George FronklinJ ...... .M. i. .
7 "" 2,Or Horep, V-1. 34"Per 89500 99500 .nlo Horwtll 109500 /f :
Suit miln,tn. _R&H?. 31,000 K- I Lovli: Wilton
Per Mo. I II Gary $.lf _

I '56 ,Chevrolet '62 Chevrolet Paul GermanDarrtll 63 Rambler '64 Chevrolet

PLYMOUTH 3441 CM.. V/l. AT.Suer. Ml., *.... V/l. AT. ....... M... Rohn ..0-..........rate.L... I..L .....V/|AT.war,M. ,I
58 Savoy 4 Or. Sdw V-l .earo iMHtr. lik. MW TT H79500***- ,*ease IM a W. ri "CleM.I. i "USED CARS" taU ..- ...... *Ilwk.. ri..awtl Erie.h.a.r. We -
tr_. R&H Chan M e pM.
P. Mo. 1995 Don Williams 159500 2995
Jerry M.adowt

FOXD ... $4" : '56 Pontiac '63 .Chevrolet Jimmy ArWhJt.h..4!P juo '58 .Chevrolet '63 Olds

Iitkaq / .ew bniwh.d, weds body .6-MIl !... tt,V/l AT INM..M. .... ... .. .,
59 trim. I 2-Dw N T. V/l,AT. frM., ;. Pot H kard w. 1- : Csw.NV/1.AT.l.** M4K
tvIa.No. ..... /dk..1... ....... .
... ...... ... At > M4.wM
,. IM4. Sid ".II ........... .
P.rMo, reel. beets tW / wbq R.. ... ...... ./wt h...... tM4 to. tar. dui h.k MM*
9500 249500 49500 299500


Phone FR 67581'CMEVROLEV

( It.oeroae+DTIl'Ve
tluatett I

USED CARS "Gaincs iJl 'Largest Volume ,Dealer"

"Wo Sell To Sell Again- Phone 372.6313 Phone FR 6.7584 The Chevy Corner-16th Ave. AfMain 'StreetI

Across From Th. Goin'tvill. Shopping Center


lii ilnenilf.Sult t rj'\
Sunday, Novemh.r 29 1964,
t 1.J"J.\ IIP'/.rr ....... ...'.k'IIJ.-\. ..... .....'..1... ...",. ,. ... .

I if ,. '*& t. .;OPEN DAILY 9 TIL 9 "Til Dec:24th /



'. *.PRt." .

f. ',\-
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( rL
Qiba\:;) t' .
,. .
t .' "
r y ..,:' MINK,. STOLES (DRESS & SUIT LENGTHS) .lc '
b I _
REGULAR 2.79.00 STOLES, SALE 249.00

REGULAR 299.00 STOLES< SALE 269.00

E > !,l UR'329.oo!: STOLES*,,: \ ; A SALE 299.00fj _

t } REGULAR 379.00 STOLES, 'r 4, SALE 339.00
REGULAR 449.00 STOLES,' I:.'flU* SALE 399.00 '

Mr f REGULAR, 499.00 STOLES, SALE 449.00 .. '

REGULAR 599.00 SALE 539.00 .
,,- STOLES, ,' ."'
r'$ t 5cc

: : 'R G. 34.90 w RUSSIAN

SALE 29.90

*'b\ .,.. ,, REG. 199.00, } REG. 99.00, .
'" ,>. ,I SALE 179.00 : SALE 84,00

:. FOUR SKIN REG. 139.00,
.;; 30>YEARS EXPERIENCE ? y" REG. 159.00,
w "
; GUARANTEE OF STYLING *, ; SALE 139.00 ] SALE 139.00)
.. f '
: ; Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin Rutilo '_ .

i, Jy s i ? Country of Origin Swtden Fur Stoles-2ND FLOOR .

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c VANITY FAIR ? ,- !

I Our fine feathered print is the prettiest '

t y f new plumage of the season,in fashion's ,

," ; topflight tawny colorings.Winging along

t ( ,.. ? r with it i is a new warm young'brown called

? ;, ,M%j' At Thrush, and )our favorite Beige. Wonderful

a Y >,''y;:. t f underglows for so many clothes: : golden and

r_. ;, )Ii r t+ camelly colors pale neutrals and blacks
a; of course.Print with plain?Print with print?
} lie c b Put together as you lee fit: but first do fly in

+ \u h r, 1 \ and see all the excitement! 1,/* 1 '
FiomlrjttongKl: *
r : :'p,; Satin Rub.ant dip,32 to 42$8.95-
4 ,.. .,, U.9S< if, ,'
1' tiiai ffeltepettiXS ") ; { \L i
t /" ', + o shown with Print btt $5.00"'*'*" 7 t. '1l V>.. _,

k i + Print bra A,B,C cups S3.00 _
f ,F f 6 Print p'oti girdle,s,M,t,$10.00 '
t, : t1' Print pent i xs,f,M,...S t.95 -.
:j' shown with Every!Body bra.A,B,C cups. 13.95

: .y : : oJ ,
Shift Gown (not shown) S-M-L.S3.95 t' : '
1 '
{y ., Matching Robe' (not sriownlPtnipantiT 32:38 SiQ9S ,' i

4N" ,. ,,, (not shown) 4-7.$ :JSi.I it ,




Area--V Santa Fe River/

flkmcsutlkSunday :
MCINTIIA wlOal A rot

Suwaimcc RiverNEWS

November 29, 1964 Gainesville Sun l 11


I Encourage Trenton's Planning Efforts 1

"-'" v

treat Day ti. Mayor Tells BoardOf

in Ike I'[ :I Atlanta ReactionTRENTON

-City Commit 1 obtain options and prepare brochures Manager Ray Skien. The

sloner heard Mayor Robert c. for the Division's consideration sweeper la one used by the Unlvenity -

Mowing Rowland report on what h* call. of Florida and was orlg-

ed an extremely successful trip laid nally priced at about 15000.
Rowland the
to Atlanta recently concern I n g system The machine was offered for

GlossaryOf long range planning and a tren- was In proposing not an absolute a site necessity but It- sale by M. D. Moody and sons,

ton sewage aystem at their regular of Jacksonville, at a cost to
would be factor
meeting here yesterday certainly a plus the City of $ ,500.
Little FolkWhile and It would put Trenton en the

Rowland told the Commissioners same footing with other communltles Skeen said the machine would

some readers have accepted he was heartened by the reception which do have sewage enable the street department to

the existence of Irkky. Mayor Reports To TrentonTrenton's accorded him as a representative acllltles keep the streets cleaner and reduce *

the mayor of Wee Town at my of Trenton, by officials maintenance cost on exIsting
The aaid Dixon could
place, others have been less Mayor Robert C. Rowland report to the City Commlxulon on progress of the city' long at the Community Facilities Mayor pavement
exact figures as
not give
charitable and have made with range planning program and a proposed sewage system for the community. Seated (left to right) are Adminlatratlon In Atlanta
to how much the would The Board
the raised eyebrows at my ap- Commissioner Odell Mikell and Jim Sharpe Rowland, City Attorney W. 0. Clifton, City Clerk Mrs, W. 0. system reviewed the City'sInsurance
each customer but the
Clifton and Commissioner Hugh Hendrlx. (Sun photo by Hob Meeker) He said the Atlanta 'cost coverage and accepted
proach. I were pleased with the way In agency official did Indicate the a motion lo renew workmen

"You still loose?" they all which Trenton had preparedand cost would be similar to the compensation for city e m .

but say, and by manner Imply I Due submitted request for the cost of water and would paraUel \ loyeva but asked Mayor Rowland *

that my Incarceration Is only a Keystone long range planning aid and was the coat of septic tank main- to contact various f I r m i

matter of time. / SEE By. To assured by them that they would tenanre.I concerning a package deal to

: Elect 2 get the survey under way shortly I The sewage proposal\ was left! cover liability 'Insurance on the

Stung by that atilt u d e, I I after the plan clears the with the City Commlsalo n e r s Clly's rolling dark

popped Into the nearest libraryand CouncilnicnKEYSTONE Florida 1 Development Comm I I. for their consideration and Mayor The

read up on the Little Folk, lion In Tallahaisee Rowland said h* will ask Board canvassed the list

and to my relief, found the fol- : HEIGHTSCity them to take official action ont of electors qualified to vole In

lowing list .the SUNPOLICE I voters here will elect two coun- Rowland said recent communications at the next meeting scheduled the Dec. 1 City election The

oilmen In a municipal election with the Tallahassee office for Jan. I. names of 43 persons, either de-

TrollsLittle People of I 'I Tuesday Indicate the plan should I ceased or moved sway were
The Board heard Commissioner
Scandinavia, who have the faculty I" FIRE REPORT and William H. Shaw 603 '_1... Ul Trim' PIN, oMrm Both Incumbents, Bill\ Beam have cleared that office and be Jim Sharpe report the new- struck from the list, leaving 324
the form of k_ ',Iv'' on IM wrono Moroot. of tho and Its Atlanta qualified to Tues
of assuming Edgar Bennett have on way to now persona vote
Accident Roundup SE 2nd St., at 439 pm. Fri 111. jKklo ... ...".... oMroninmtwn qualified water tower Is nearly completeand
either dwarfts or giants; but Involved In accidents ." ..... Ml Hi* wronf Sill. oto for r*.election. They face day.
reported -day at SE 3rd Ave. and 15th ... roM, IK.Bm While In Atlanta, Rowland should be In operation by
whatever the shape they take, by the Gainesville Police Department L. ../l, adds'... onhnown, 1m opposition from George LaRue laid he spent an evening with the end of the first week In De- Ballot boxes were prrpar d
all hate noise. St. rotor 5N.ry IkonM, 111. 0.f e/d l J and H. L. (Hank) In
they and the Alachua Soi l, odtfroit unknown, no volM. tfrlvor- Ownbey Charles! M. Dixon, of the Public .cember and Wednesday night was set
Franklin S Tinney 1101.NE 101., 120. Rudolph Mottlor. .. the only races to be decided
County Sheriff's Office duringthe said the steel work time for
PoltergeistsCerman unknown, filluro lo VloK. rl..qtN w.y. Facilities Operations Staff and Sharpe on si a canvassing t h e
who to past 36 hours were: 15th Place and Edna N. Albrltten .... Morolyn ttrkklmo. ottrm on Tuesdiy received encouragement regarding :the new structure should be vote.
fairies or noisy like ghosts noise and Shirley A. Brabham, Rt 2, 2725 SE Hawthorne Road 'Lloyd mown AL lluiini W....winwrt.... .d5 o...IMnio 0Mnawn. Ulm Bean who I* an employee of a sewer system for Trenton. completed by Tuesday and a 11 A letter of appreciation from

the contrary scaring the Ruth G. Thompson 2115 SE at 12:11 p.m. Friday at N. Wal) 11110114, ULi. the d u P o n t Company la cur- that would be Ml to do I Is dls- the Board of Public Instruction
better than
nothing 46th Ter. and Roger E. Talbott, do Road and 3rd Ave. dllpooid oil PronkIM A. Moo- rntly serving as chairman, and Rowland said Dlxson indicated Infection of the new portion of was read commending the City

wits out of mortals. They can, 1825 SE 50th St., at I 47 a.m. James D. Estes, 3730 SE 18th dewy John K add. Conroy,- ,unknown MunHvlllo. ,>0.Alo' .,d woodintoiKoii I k i- has been on the council for four the sewer project could be the system. for action taken In repairing the
off the
however, be kept premolses Saturday in the 2100 block of Ave and Paul L. Johnson 1702 .*_.. terms since 1959 I financed 100 percent for up to In other action the B o ant Trenton High !School! f o e I ball'
If a young girl a Hawthorne Road. NW 10th St., at 10:42: a.m. Friday -cf>.. NI..*1 5 Jo M" MI.,MNNs'kN L. lowdon.,.,.An.n Bennett was appointed to the 40 years at four per cent In agreed to pun'ban. a used street field following a recent act of

spire cake and places It on the Harold A. Olson 1033 NW at NW 6th St. and 8th Ave 10 drtvo Ul or ,. don. HuMon C. C.... council aeversl months ago, to terest to cover both the planning at the request of Oty vandalism
' back step.Leprechauns. ron Alochuo'..... (Nee ooMlng' bank fill a vacancy caused the and construction sweeper !. H .
22nd Ave. and a parked car, at Fire Calls Khool IN _'" Sort C Crowy. by stages
,IM SI */11.. opoodlnf, "..., KhoUond resignation of
Gene W I II I
. Irish elves 7:45: a.m. Saturday In the 200 At 2:50: a.m. Saturday a vacant no coon.H llama ,
At that
point a report was I
, who assume the shape of shoemakers block of N. 'Mata St. house burned in the 4000 M Am 5'1,,,,a'.M-_" of.Hs 11..Nwp...... 5,101.939.. Electric Bennett is an employee of Clay heard from Commlmloner Hugh Honor Court lo Hail
Alfred J. DiBernardo 1928 ) .. .. IMor Proilor IV N* IHh CooperativeOwnbey .
and who if they block of NW 10th St Damages Jew
can Hendrix combined
on a meetingof
11 ,
no w/ drlvori Iktmo 111 II
desire reveal the hiding W. University Ave. and two estimated at 3500. Cause unknown ..... OovM. II. ,,_. ml Nl or tintOo'vld a plumbing contractor Bell and Cllchrlst County 'I
so Aw. "..... _. resigned from the council
place of money. Leprechaunsare parked cars at 1:45: am and no injuries. V. ...11......_ HISS' Mrlntl.mdm three Chambers of Commerce, Oil I Two Bronson Scoutsexpected
years after
and Saturday at 1038 NE 14th Ave. .. ui or U lee wiuiom P. HOIIm ago serving
said to be very rich COU.T .11 laces.C.N IIM NW lath AM. _.... DOor eight Christ County Commlnl o nen ,
Michael W. Price J019 NW __, ...... years.Lanus
dispositions. N f ._ e. ...-. Nowoorryvlolollon I and Trenton Commission.
to have eranky 2nd Ave. (single car), at 10:45: ha,. NI Carl,. P_ ol drtvor-i IkonM rourkllomIN attempted to run for City
-e..Mw.NO CIV' ** Cono. trolkorhnorour or II dm pmiiio .. LnotM. II. I. council last erg> which he and Mayor Rowland I BRONSON scout Ronnie to present the awards,
but .
fair- NW year was declared
Goblins mischievous pm. Friday at 21st Ave. IN. Poorl M. SlockwollCiv MMInt troflld KhoM any IM coin
and OUb no v.," dnvort IkonM. KM. HUM P. M.II_ Ml M*> Mlh TorooMlno .. ineligible on the basis concerning a site for a Booker and Franklin W a lion other advancements In rank
nuisances ) 34th St. of
ies of France, who make Stanley Corwlmky' _roo. unknownopoMlnd. home ochool ond IM comIdvordo proposed training ach o 01 I Ito will be honored at the Scout and
boys' Boy merit this
of themselves but can John A. Zoltewlcs 1211 SW Ul ChorM L. ".- .. Mldo Monlnot Nowoorry ipoodlrid. residence requirements He Is meetIng -
'" IaL "..Ie Khool JOIM J. Mew till NW supplement facilities at Mar- Court of Honor sponsored by .
off by this trick pill :2nd Ave and Halwln L. Jones I---.: : ., m NIV see A.... nil II, no oolld drhWi ikmo, m dr an insurance man, and has ;
be run ,. lanna and Okeechobee. he Bronson Lions Club at
.11.11/5 WI. K H. 0.1wJwm x don nonmico oumndidl been at various times Clerk of the Marion
of 1011 NE 20th Place at 10:40: ... outspoken County
flaxseed on the floor your no |IM oXvor-t Ikonto Ul DovidInn 1 lono M NunAII0l'a' no v.
Immaculate -I p.m. Friday at W. University I Jr., MnrWWM, drhrlof whlldw ...-.-. Hconto IM or II ..... Tftomoi In his' criticism of the Hendrix said Division of Child program scheduled for Monday Circuit\ Court Nick Nicholson
home, the goblins are II,.. mipindU. liooi drlvlnt, in wrongof J. Utow. Nowlhorno. drlvlnf' on tki In the Bronaon Town
and will .Ave. and 12th St.Llllie I.... .... mod. to. *Mrt I. Mortliv Ill ildo o* Mo ..-. Ill or S dlr.LSI.n local government Training Schools official were will\ address the scouts t as
housekeepers _.... .. ,, ,, Hall.
N. tJI. WIN Nowoorry ho V4lld drlvorlkonoo guest speaker.!
speck of the flax- M. Ingram Newberry I H.,1ey L. Ma..Nr9. __ __. ... or II don Lars KM* JrOcoo .. Impressed with the Trenton
every both
pick up often rockloM ill'....... WHIM. on. area and that water and sewagefacilitlee The boys having passedthe Scoutmaster! Gus E f fern
Need but lilt happen woMon 111 or II Mrs I requirements for the high- }his mat-
.... provisions! to enter-
Nerve J 101'11 would be factors
they will take off In disgust. III If _.. L..ry I. .,'...500.1As. JACKSONVILLE (APThe) : prim tit ranking Eagle Scouts, will lain Scouting Executive Bin
Hobogoblins esp e c lall y Trenton to Pick Itc" '"_-._ Ion- soul.e. loll Northeast Florida.Egg Market lilt. In their selection of such a :be honored although the official Edward, of Jacksonville, who

mischievous goblins who have -/1 N, 115 55.1 prices to retailers: I of their awards
1./ .r.0IPM. ,. 114$1 :. ..:. : I instituted the Bronson Troop In
the saving grace of leaving I..... OIl IM5NN"53N 0001 to 5,155 Extra large 42H-M, mostly 47; H* laid the Board of County 'will be delayed until the District 'im!

money In mortars shoes 51.I..I1.Nasnal 11.00 .n.NM N NW' 01Ma 1701 N.O..r 5,15" large 111"*-44, mostly 44; medium Commissioners agreed to pur- I t Court of Honor I Is /held at An invitation has !bun ,-

Elves the LIttle Folk I of 3 CommissionersTRENTON ro 00IMOIN Nl.r.r, 30 1W1I11NIMk1.. 10 K I J2-M, mostly X; small %28-14 1:has a site If the school couldbe Ocala In January. tended to the Willi.ton Bey

Merry England who dance on .., Adam-,, ...N...5w..w. MN. 50150. mostly 3034Poultry I brought to Gllthrtst County Ray Chancey, District !Scout! Stout Troop to attend the Court

the lawn during moonlight to no koMO' Homo MIDI the. ChorM a ..,_.. .lorlow HOMOO, Orion C:.y. at farms: fryers 13H, I and the Chambers of Commerce I Executive!: and Mile Tkrnan !if Honor Lions and their film-

music provided by crickets and Reeid n t s of'Robert C. Rowland was elected :.... oooodlno., worlfiloio Tonoy chock.A"io>ondor W, *oddroMunknown Hor.trovoi hens light M greed! to select likely sites I I Court of Honor chairman are. lies, families of the scout and
grasshoppers If they get to be Trenton go to the poll Tuesday Mayor. oddroM onkmwn. worlklolcHock -- --- friends are tnviud

troublesome they can be kept to pick three CIty Commissioners A record number of voters NMIM"r Jock 1/111111 Wiow., oodriM dnknoon.xdortoo A program of entertainment

if the householder wears for two-year terms owitwodi ChorM p. wit h'lwen/ planned and "rr."
away .... Dedicate :
turned out last year to elect '- Will" no otld drhWl M.OMO I to
his coat inside out IncurPbents! whose terms expire Joyce M. L... m M no W. noo manta will be nerved by seoul
Rowland and
Marl ..
Pixies-Little Ones who wear this year are Hugh Hendrix mayor en d. ,-. IkonM ChorlM J. JvdIIM. ,mothers.
OddroM unknown. WOflkloi.
pointed hats and who along Jim Sharpe and Odell Schofield to the Commission WON /50w .......,.

with Brownies live In mortal Mikell. Hendrix and Sharpe ar Then in a follow-up special not fumy! *M ,,-.. od-
5.N New Raiford Officeto Memorial
eelection 5l5015 5111 NksN. Post SetIIvAralWOFS
two candidates competed .
homes. However they are very seeking re-election but Mikesaid I H1r WW100 ai' NIV SIM
A... loiwro lo ...... L_
for the commission seat ywd W woyor
fussy housekeepers and If the he feels It's time to step.I W. WW1..... HHjh S.rtn.. _
exceptional out. He has been a member of Rowland gave up to become ,no. (ok "Wollocifcjldd'Ml .,11111.
home to not kept Hendrix elected'..1115 Wltl" 000. ,0I.aNM. RAIFORDCongressman D.!', The facility was eoMtructed the federal government - -
the Board of mayor.
City Commissioner .,. ..
clean thf'wlU_ Wee move Ones out.of Ireland for about 20 years and his post I Is one of those I 55'.11.-. a55w. I0Ir.h1.w5w.5 d 5 lfIII dlllll R. Billy( ) Matthews will deliver by Hugh Rahn local busln .- Needles to say, Mr*. Ger ARCHER The Archer Or.

Shees up for grab at this election .MN MN4k1N.1I0.. the malts addres In dedlcati 0 n man at a cost of about misses, drr of the Eastern
who are a bad lot andreport Seeking election to the Commission l al.m/Iadl J. M15N41 e a I rude Hart who has been postmaster liar will
Harrison Mayor Rowland a. d Marion'- and IN 1s' services her today for thetoWII'1 Including the property, fellghed hold memorial .",Ire, 1
to the evil practice of are Ray Jr. 1q. OMO fort C. C_. Ml here for 25 fears, I It < hit
and children and Billy Lancaster. I Schofield are carry-overs tip M om H. M Mild drhwo kOonold new post office. I It I I. located on SR 121 I 1 with the new faclllll"'l afternoon for Mrs. EMit! Wiles

carrying off women said to like music Hendrix is currently serving next yeirQualified. drkrortJvnoo P. N..a...-IM HIV fill Tormild Is Other speakers, at the aervl,Ralford. and was built as pert "We're very pleased with our and Mrs Leo 0. Morper, It
They are -.1110. 5.0.0. N.y.d '-- ices starting at I m will be of tne reef Offk... Deportment The! .
p service will
of all kinds, but unlike other -one year of a term vacated voter number 324 ,- .15,1 -- 150w9 04 new pint office," she ...Id.IIhe I be held at
last year when Commissioner for Tuesday's Election. :_ OrNdr M.1.n. -w 1.1I..0w. R. E. !Candefer postal field officer :lease construction p r e g r am, tM Masonic Hall at 3 p.m. and
Little Ones dislike dancingin =-:..:'.:= ::.NN;::;I.N I of Jacksonville, and community -i whereby Investment Inane I III InvHes all residentsand! the public I La invIted.

any form. 5.0esMN.I. I ministers Rev. W, P'to UMd to obtain needed tacit) -friend of the community to attend Mr*. Wiles and Mrs. Moreer

The foregoing list should dispose Cedar Women's Club U.. Arka1NJ.n101 I Crowder Rev E. F M I Y t o nand ties. The building remain. under the dedication ceremonies were members of Ik Archer:

for once and an, the myth Ones Key ,N .1.I ..411_. 4 L-oo eN wralaAC P'10.1. Rev. Joseph McCllough.a1 ''private I ownership but I* leaned today. Order who passed this
that there are no Little ', POOl CI0. n. e011. I I I a

In this world of ears. Feasts on Local SeafoodBy Mary'--.a.A0a C00. N e1/5.Na 51.11015. ? !" ....G]. '1 .i..''! '" 4. 'Htil.,. Fire

Irkky for one b living proof Jed 1.05111 ,-. N. 5.11401. ..- .' >IT "!GO PreventionForum
artWI .d l 4. CN..rr to, MID ,
T ,
of It, and while bo is being kept !>eo. Mary Js..aM _. SI. MI .", f". 1/11.' IjO
LOUSE ANDREWS be obtained from !,.: .
all1l11m1ber. d I1m
the time being by the I .. A SlatedllyArcIirrDcpt.
for I .
way 8n .... B Olid AVMoot .. *cU.on r
Local artists combined their .
01114 001
trick be la still
Inside-out coat cedar I
CEDAR lEY The talent for the decorative boxes. ( oyco VMLOM a Llit-. ...
on the premises. I 1'w -- .11501 .
Key Women's Club strive fer! .
Proof? Wen. for one thing. The members regretted the M, 000501 ..- w. .41..15. ,
unique \ideas for their regal r of the club 55.14 ...._
I resignation secretary Nr.55NS as S 0
the alarm clock failed to go off PN.k1 ,,_ J s ARCHER An
monthly luncheon TbH time Mica Dorothea I Aar' to 0 : 4 epen forum
and then Comfortwho t-1 H_ v... /a a4NN.5N.a 1 .
last f'ridaYIllOl'l llC. was no exception, but they featured says she to going to spend, I..11 Jw..a L -. LN.. MN 1"1' H ,, 'an fire preventives! the fire code
to complicate matter further horn "' ., and fire Insurance. will be held.
town product. Cedar son time visiting friends aadrelatives. =. .:- M1. al. e.N1.0/a '. ., !
the egg timer got messed up, Key oysters, crib, shrimp W* will mine Dotti 0.w4.ollt erww.ia lere Tuesday eight al the city

resulting fa hard boiled eggs and turtle was used hi preparing Being a writer and aa artist -e4N11d......PraN'N- _5,114___L. II.110.wMar4 _. bad under lilt spoMonaJpi al

breakfastAnd the various dishes the ladles the A/ther Volunteer Fir Dolartmenl. -
she baa given much ef herself Mali IMdoMdi. ... .M.
I bate the feeling that mad for the luncheon. to the club and the wertkycause : 1Nw o.00. 5l.04 4. .

the battle with Irkky is just be- The Women's club vsoaEy has I for which It stands. 110100 M1111011. .. -- ,. Ii Ted A. CrM, president of

gMJ. a project to raise money I.1 .111.INso awls lit save the department, uld the forum
The club and table
maintain the Library which ne. room I I L.- .40K L Al..I1. I. will start *l 7. and that tilt

Club copies their club room, for the were beautifully decorated wilt M-a..r.1.- *-, JA ALdNa speakers win be E. R Cos .f

Archer scholarship to a deserving student yellow and white CnrysMtb-,- 5005 aMN.i'r.w4 a 'I e I the JacksonvU: rifle *f tfw
whit table cloth aadenow '-
and their ether moms .111 '. florid iMpictiM and Rsttug
many coo 1a. fR .1,111, J..w II .
Slates Meet aapkia Mn.TmmDenoerrttt y 1115 L.- 0155 10. er0.wl. Bureau and
tribuboB to charitable ergmtittOM. I Barry Hubbard. a
--. .. ...
and Mrs. Harry Rogers .-.....a.,0 awr, s .I.,. al.Pn.1r ., ipdjdal agnt 01 the Hartford
ARCHER Mrs. Jot Feb were retpensibl far Ik > : Inavrane
The project of the month Is .. r- Company.
d < .
lID will be hostess to the Arch a recipe boa gaily decorated,lovely setting.Visitors wN.J4Ia-. ....... 110 -. s. A... ...... ... ....... = .11\. ,.,z: Creel Mid a vwsliM a and.

tr Garde duo at I meeting rib *ea sheO. scrpt* and to the kftxheoa. were La ,* --. L -- IIIIIIItA : : w '- -4 iMwer period will follow the

Ifondty evening *H kind of M* hods. yttOem,Mi** Dorto Gncey.: Mart 11 a. 01..01-'--- .L-- P,,, '-' __ .l talks and that bid *n a aw

The lade WIll meet at the to say till box contain reUijes Obi; MM Labs Hodges a a tf --- .015000..... .1. .-. .J-I' .. ,.. Ire truck win b* jcuadUur

[torn of Mr*. Erwai Hawkas wads Bp nLrdy .f seaf e d *..Mrs. George L e y lei h., efCalBMvUl t. a..4 L a.r.1- 1

to Archer, at I ,JL Sack snerober and .... friends i, e.Wateew. I--IIt A4a 5 a,0q.a_ Dedication Today I He'l Invited all mldmU to at.

Each member has been asker has contributed their tavern t were MIL Pierre as' .Merl '- ... NNa..a 'end. and said rttreshmrat will' 1
AaM PI0 ,. ,
to centrtnte aa origan Ut tcip to the I box for Ibis pr-l I Wagner aad Mr*. George Bird 1510 e1.5 11151114. L-1. "5t'III a ... Ralfard rotujlrr CertiWe Hart U *a'wai going' .lat. the ..w post ttkt Pie served it the conclualoa rf
bar rd tile IR aaL act TVv are M sal and can,;Ky; .1MN ... which a* belle; dkaloj .....,. hi* meetiag.




: Gainesville Sun Sunday, November 2 7. 1964

I Illiterates: The Parent


\ Yonge Florida Is ProblemsIs

I l Chatter Below ParEditor's TV Topic

( Note: This Is the I

I : 1 BARBARA HOFFMANNow ninth In a series of 10 articles 'By ARDIS M. BLACKBURN "Living' with a Camera" (Alex Probably In no other co
i.: : By By KAY NOCKS on adult education In Floridaby ander Spoerl) a useful guidefor try of the) world do child;

Dr R. W. Axford, visiting THE HOSPITAL, Jan de Har beginners as well as advanced have greater meaning to ti>

_______._ ___ ... I' Last associate professor at Florida tog Antheneum, New York, practitioners; "Continuing -parents than they do In the 11
Friday, the whole student -8th grade girls plan to host a
1964. ed States.
that Thanksgiving is I greatly to the enjoyment of the'I body attended a lecture badminton tournament for P.K. State University.) Your Education" (Cyrl II

over, we look forward to the play. given by Mr. J e r r y Coleman Yonge, Bishop, and Westw sod Here Is a book with mis Houle)-advice on how to approach -! Yet, in no other country ot
busy and festive month of Do- There will be no reserved from the National Aeronautical the following Tuesday. By DR. ROGER W. AXFORD a studying and learning, world do parents express gre

cember. Among other nice seats for the production, but and Space Administration The The F.F.A. plans to hold Its Written For sion. It concerns in first, a specilic -for the person who .Is out of er doubts, or show more li

things In store, we anticipatethe those buying an advance ticket point most stresied t by Mr. Informal Initiation on Tuesday The Associated Press hospital a specific city. school and contemplates returning !of self-assurance about the
But this localized
chorus production "Bye, Bye will lave on the price. Students Coleman was the tremend 0 u s from 7 to 8:30: p.m. ST. PETERSBURG (AP) through it draws approach of- ; "Glenn's Volkswagen Re- selves as competent para

Birdie" under the direction of will pay 50 cents advance price, rate at which our apace program Tuesday Is the last day of The number of functional Illiterates a picture pair anti Tune-Up Guide" (Harold -than they do in the Uni I
other other institutions
at the door. Adults in the United States places, Glens) manual for ail
E. Carwithen. The cast Is wind. and 75 cents is developing. and States
the six week's period report
Ing up many hours of hard will pay $1.25 advance, and $1.50at It's basketball season! Our, cards out on Wednes--equals the population of New and points the finger of accusation types of Volkswagen; "Y 0 Ut These doubts, this lack of
go at And The
work and rehearsals for Its i the door. Tickets may be obtained first game will be held 4:30: York State 16.7 million persons. you. at me. Personal Handbook of Self-De
day. Brae yourselves for the book is concerned with man'aInhumanity assurance are probed in a u
smashing presentation Saturday from any chorus m e m. p.m., Friday, December 4, shock. fense" (Le Bell and Caughran) que television analysis of T
to and few of
December 5. This play is against P. K. Yonge at the Florida has a quarter of a man a discussion of all accepted Parents" will be broadcast
a take off on the Inductionof ber.Curtain time will be at 8:15: P.K.Y, gym. What Is needed for GLIMPSES PASSING: million functional Illiterates, or us are free of some taint of systems of self-defense, from at 9 Mi
over WUFT
Coach Russel must flirt 111 b this fault. pm
a rock and roll linger Into p.m. In &the school auditorium. this game1? A good student turn v persons with a reading level below boxing to Karate, with illustra Channel 5. The
the Army. A matinee will be given Fri'out to yell for our team. the P. E. Interns. the fifth grade, well above Although the book Is written tlons; 'What to Tell Your Children second in National program,

The music Is by Mich a e !I day afternoon for P. K. Yonge The 9th grade girls will play Mr. Bryaq's faucets do work! the; national average with the flair and technique ofa About Sex" (Child Study; Television's Educatioi
students. I You should be These Illiterate adults art not novel, It Is a very factual account valuable guidebook monthly "Americ
Stewart and lyrics by Lee the women faculty in badminton working on I Assn,) a Crises" series
Adams. The cast Includes Con Jodie Munden and Bill filers Thursday after school. TheHornet's your science projects. confined to any one race, nor e! a charity hospital in For parents; "Teenagers Asl It focus the, in

rad Birdie, played by Ken n y are being called No 1 and No I to any special part of the state Houston Texas Mr. de Hartog, More Questions" (Sheila John sharp that has been enormous ch

O'Steen; Rosle Alvarez, portrayed -2 around school This Is what I Forty nine per cent are white, a professor in a. Houston Uni Daly) a sequel to "Questions lenge thrust up

by Louise Bill; and Albert they placed In the cross country ;'" and 61 per cent are nonwhite.In versity, becomes aware of the Teenagers Ask", Intended both! I today's parents as they se

Peterson, acted by Walter run against Florida High I I 1960 the US. Census Identified appalling conditions In the old for parents and ..children' ,lto add more significant meting

Comcrford. Also In the cast are G.H.S., and Starke. I 261,433 adult Floridians, 25 Jefferson Davis Hospital and perusal. and purpose to their livi

Kim, by Jackie Colson; Hugo, The cross country team also i: years of age or older, who had goes to work as a volunteer orderly Joining the producer and ce

by V. G. Hodsden; May Peterson -finished second in the State lens than five years of formal in an attempt to alleviate \-; General Fiction 'trlbutlng their comments on

by Linda Moody; Mr. and Cross Country Meet last Saturday -' schooling. I to some extent the conditions "The Explorer" (Frances P. day's parents are Dr. Ben

Mrs. McAfee, by Tom Latimerand Team members are: Jodie w Nest Level of education seems tobe of filth and neglect whichhe Keyes) a man's passion for min Spock, noted child authi

Sharon Preston; Randolph Munden. Bill Hiers, Bob b y T1 related to family income. In finds there. I'exploration combined with his Ity and author of many book

by T 0. Sterwtt; Ursula by Hines, Ronnie Koru, Ray Bry-: 1960 there were 368,084 families The hospital Is 111 equipped and others' passion for his neglected -Betty Frledan, author of tl t I

Cathy Wirtala; plus a I large ant, Jim Wilkerson, Coley Coin I with a total Income of less than I and understaffed and the heartbreaking I wife; "If Morning Ever controversial best-seller 'T

group of other chorus m e m- and Jim Stacey. I $3,000. A study shows that those labors of Its persoime Comes" (Anne Tyler) skillful Feminine Mystique"; and I
bers. The Para Medical Club Is By PAM & I counties with high Illiteracy are not sufficient to cope with fast-paced novel about a Paul Popenoe, director of t

Programs are being designedby active at P. K. Yonge, Girls I rates and low family incomeare the crowds of sick and Injured young man's return to his child- American Institute of Fami

Beverly Preston and Jan learn health related fields in All the' students are real I The Girl's Basketball Team as might be expected, poor The affairs of the hospital hood home and the lack of com Relations, Los Angeles.

Douglas. Roberta Solt will play I which they can serve. Before pleased to have their six weeks I had an Intersquad game Tuesday among the state's highest In the are administered by a political munlcation with his all -female Page and his guests cite ma

the piano, Bill Wells the organ, I actually working at A1 11 c h ua tests finished before our thanks-, night, Nov. 24. It was aI number of welfare cases. Skills group and Improvement is held family: "First Papers" (Laura of the factors responsible f.

and Dick Hord the drums! In :General, they must take training -giving Holidays. Report cards I very exciting game. and education level have a close 'up by political bickering.Mr. Hobson) the life of a Rus- contributing to the anxieties

accompaniment to the prod u c-' courses at the Hospital. The will come out Dee, 2. The Senior Class had the Ir relation to Income. de Hartog, a Dutchmanby sian-Jewish family In Long Island modern parents, paying par
tion. and are Is already planning a Illiteracy seems to be related just prior to World War I,
posters group
Scenery superlative pictures taken Nov birth, Is a member of the cular attention to the urbaniz
for of the We are all proud of Donald to our urban problems. Nearly by the author of "Gentleman'i
under the direction of our art;Christmas party one 25 at Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Society of Friends or Quak. tion movement.
teacher, Miss Davis. These have cottages at Sunland. They are Gilland, George Gllland, and Herman's home. 150,000 of Florida's functional Agreement"; "Flags at Doney" To round out the study N
ers they are
as more com
decorations for this Larry Reeves for making the illiterates live In the eight (Harris Green) the adven-
been the subject of many hoursof now making We had a special Thanksglv monly called and many of T. took its cameras to city ai
All Conference Football Team. most urban counties -Dade, lures of former American of.
occasion. a
hard work and will surely rural
ing dinner Wednesday. Many of the: beliefs and philosophies of areas around the
We had an excellent footb a 11 I Broward, Duval, Hillsborough, ficer in Italy who Is trying to cou
the citizens of Hawthorne en. this group are dealt with in his try-Nebraska, New Yor
season this year. We had six Orange, Palm Beach, Pinellas, clear his name wrongly black
joyed the dinner book. His narrative covers the OhIo, Georgia, Massachusetts-
wins and one loss We "tri I.tied" I. and Polk. ened by events at the battle of
to learn
The Sophomore Class present.ed small reforms he Is able to from parents tact
for the Conference with Forty eight counties have Monte Cassino;' "A Man in theWheatrleld"
a play called'"The Stolen bring about In the old hospital selves what their major co.
Cedar and Bronson. more than 10 per cent of adultsIn (Robert Laxalt) -
Key Prince." It was a very comical this category Thirty counties and the incident'of their mov- cerns are, and what they coi
dramatic of and
story prejudice
BulldogGrowl The faculty selected tight I play, and the student bod y have more than li per cent and log Into a new building, showy fear unleashed when a stranger alder the essential requiremen

people to represent our schoolat seemed to enjoy It very much. ,six counties have more than 25 and Impressive on the outside, penetrates an isolated for being competent parents I
I the "Alachua County Youth We also had demonstrationsgiven per cent. shiny with new paint on the Inside community today's rapidly changing noel,

P Power Nutrition Conference"in by the National Aeronautics Unfortunately, Florida does but so badly planned andso y.-

Jan. 14, 1965. They are Space Administration and not compare well with the na- ill-equipped that the chief Mystery V "The Parents" Is the secorf

Steve Manchester, Ronnie Sur- the: General Motors C o mpany Jonal average. In 1960, 8.3 percent gainers In the move are the politicians "Michael Shayne's 50th Case" 1 four "American Crises" pn

,2-" 1 rency, Dickie Hughes, Harold They were very Interesting and I of the nation had less thani who are able to point (Brett Halliday a somewhat I grams dealing with America

By ANN PHILMAN and ERNIE KORDGIEN Beckham, Susan Godwin, Connie -enjoyed by all. fifth grade education, but'out the fine new structure as unusual case for the Miami red. ,values. Subsequent program

Knabb, Phoebe Collins, and Until next week, Go HornPanther's :FlorIda had <.2 per cent In this their work for the bettermentof head, Involved In psychology ,will consider the Individual'

Carolyn Bell. ::ategory. Even though Florida' the city.Finally and motivation rather than struggle for success, and th
The Bell basketball team has ma Roberts, vice president 4I I ranks slightly higher than .the Mr. de Hartog Is ableto violence and greed; "The Whirligig i impact of big business, the gOI

livened things up around BHS. Ann Phllman, secretary Rebecca -I 'national average in Median Interest the Red Cross in his of Time" (Lola de Jung) 4 rnment, and unions on indivic

Not having a football team Thomas, correspond in g I. (Same above and below) years ,attempts, they consent to train- a carefree summer vacation 1 sal freedoms.
things have been pretty dull the secretary Rebecca Cole, and exceedsthe ruined by and
of school completed, it volunteer nurses and orderlies, strange evil
first three months of school. The treasurer Barbara Cole. We I r national average In the per. ,and some degree of cleanliness I events; "A Promise of Dia I An expedition to Easter I

Bulldogs now have i 1 2 record -'have selected Mrs. Nancy Card-'I centage of functional Illiterates ,and comfort results. monds" (Gordon Ashe) a fortune I and will study the people of Ik

loosing to P. K. Yonge and well as our Beta Sponsor for In Its population.This His descriptions of the hospital In uncut diamonds missing I remote South Pacific I ui,
Lee. The Jr. Varsity boys have this year We are also selling I' means that a tremendous from the world market and 'whose
its filth, Its odors, its interminable enormous stone s t a luc
a 2 0 record thus far this Bulldog pins and shaken to f Talc I burden Is thrown on public waiting sounds like threatening the entire world's 1 have pus sled generations i I
season We played Ft. White raise money for Die Beta Club 1 schools adult education to catch something out of the Middle financIal structure. I II rcheologlsts.
and Santa Fir the week of NoV Scholarship The scholarship
up with a backlog of adults who Ages, not like a modern hospital
23 27. The girls opened their 1110 goes to en* of the Seniors. could and should complete their In one of the richest cltfes in the .

season against Ft. White on The FHA girls are working minimum education. This is a |I

Nov. 24. hard on their home projects By CAROLYN HILL and TURON COURTNEY :hallenge-for citizens can be U.S.The book Is amazingly frank.: ; Indian

The Seniors sponsored a fish They all enjoyed the district I -. -- -- helped to become more produc. ,There is no reason to believe I
Nov. 20 before the Pi- I live when educated.A .
supper meeting In Perry. The girls are The honor rolls for the firs the team that Mr. de flaring does not attack 1 V
are Larry Dalton
nulls game The proceeds go toward all looking forward to hav I In.ollr g bulletin of the U.S. Depart'ment I his political enemies I Smoke]
six weeks have Tommy Farnsworth, Mike under ;
the Senior trip. school represented at the : period finally of Health, Education and
their own names.
The Juniors, after the Plnet- State FHA Convention and are 1 been posted. Those making the White, Turon Courtney, Bo ,Welfare, "educ tlon and trainIng ;
Bass, Terrell Bass, James Har. The author has stipulated that
ta game, sponsored a "Sock wondering who will be the representatives -"A" honor roll were Joyce points out, "there's a direct Signals
Johnnie all profits from the sale of his
Hop of Victory." The Juniors from BHS. Gray, Harry and dramatic relationship
have been very active this year Parker, Carolyn Hill, Lynn Holder, Jerry Harris, Ray between quality and level of education -book go to the Citizen's Fund

In preparing 'for the Junior The FFA has bad several hastain Boyd, and, James Gloria Harmon Parker, Thoseon Cheri Sapp, Gene Sanchez, Jim Get on &the one hand, and for Volunteer Nursing.The '%110,4wt: Hy SI'S.\N GREEN;

Senior Prom. They have sold meetings of Importance In the the "A and B" honor roll zen, Donald Davis, and Wayne continuity of employment, levelof book Is nasty but grip .. .. .
Bulldog pens and Bulldog pen past weeks. They have discussed Tharp.. employment and level of Income ping. Once you have started it
Crews Earleen Power
were Faye -
nants. budget and program of workas The first basketball game of on the other There Is a you feel a compulsion to stick I Football season Is over a I t Tuesday also started the thin

The Sophomore Class has also well as the sale of corn and Green, George Lois Jean Green Hodge, GI I I. Alice n d a the season will be a home game strong relationship between low' with it. But, while you deplorethe C.H.S. and everyone Is pleased six weeks grading period.
been diligently working toward treating of posts. Mr. Donald lolt Edwina with Chiefland as our oppon educational levels and the rate conditions which exist there with our Indian's record. In ourlast This week went by with o u
Hugglns Andy
their graduation. They have Hurst Vo ag teacher, invitedthe ents. It will be played Saturday and direction of employment and may exist even nearer anything out of the ordmar:
game, against Williston
Kesler. Barbara Nettles T the
bean selling candy as a fundraising Game Wardens of Gllchrlat I r- December 5. and low income compounds the tome, you are cheered by the Indians did real happening at CHS. Since tin
rell Bass Green
Cindy good
Judy If
Counties to the last Thursday, November 19, Mrs. that I school week
project. sad Levy problem. thought community can they had had was so short, *i
till Jean only a few
The Beta Club has selected meeting, and we had a question Robin, I Hodge Russell, Peggy Jean Hunt Dolln's Home Economics and But not all Is gloomy In Flor. have so many dedicated, unselfish seconds, they could have scored more I didn't have time to do m u c I

their officers for the year. They and answer period as well as arum Snyder, Connie Tanner,, A I Modern Family Living classes Ida'. educational picture. The people. There are times and broken the 0-0 tie. out of the regular school ached
are as follows: president Scl- y ce were fortunate enough to have state has benefited from ln-mi-when a strong faith In the Inherent
Wilt, Barbara Bass Bob Bass But basketball ule.Final
Dr. Reddish from season starts
the University
-grants, many of whom have goodness of even a few quip:
.. Shirley Bailor, Mac Davis, Jean of Florida with them to I come with a high degree of people marks the line for us be. when our boys play Santa Fe In It seems that Mr. Costa, tin,
-- '1 I:Dubois, John Sweet, Pat t I talk on meats. His discuss I Ion skills, a saving to the state of tween despair and hope for the our Gym next Tuesday. Bethgirla' senior high English teacher, U

Pfeifer, Rosemary Mar I 0 we, Included such things as how to ,an average of 10,000 per per- ultimate future of the human and boys' teams went to getting quite a collection ot"dolls" I
I Kathcryn McGehee, Shirley I I Identify different cuts of meat. : race. Bronson last Tuesday for their In his room. The dolls

Ii Jordan, David Kesler, Nell Rut- how to make more meals from son.Florida's expanded economic physicals Many of them came are models of some of the characters
't MustangRoundup 'edge, Ann Smith, Virginia Rogers. -meat. ect. Dr. Reddish gave a I Dpportumtles and Industrial development e 5 C home rubbing their arms and of Canterbury Talei I

1 i I: Patty Bass, Deborah demonstration on how to carve during the past 20 The following books were recently fingers where the nurse had I which some of the English students
Bowdoln, and David Perdue. received by the Library "punctured" them. We
meat and after It has are real
was conked :years seen a rapid growth are making. Both senloi
I The Boys' Basketball team samples of the different kindsof I in per capita Income. U.3. History and Politics ly looking forward to seeing English classes are studying
was chosen Thursday, November meat In Income "Life History of the UnitedStates" both teams. in action. I
; were passed out for 1940 per capita was Canterbury Tales at this time.
t iL 19. The fellows who made the students to taste. i iI. 1511 In Florida but 1960 saw two volumes, coverIng -

this rise to $1,986, a gain of the period from prehistory

By MARILYN BUZ and CAROL BUCHANAN nearly 400 per cent.Unfurtunately. to 1789 abundantly illustrated; SPECIAL CLOSEOUT
I of the U.S. President's
many new opportunities -"Report
I. With TheBoys have been filled by Commission on the Assassination MON. THRU FRI. ON ALL
which had been especially decorated President
Our Melrose Homecoming newcomers, which could: have of Kennedy" -
went oft In splendor last week for Queen Brenda and db been taken by Floridians with the com p Ie te text, over boo HARMAN KARDON

end. The floats of various sizes, her court. specialized training and educa pages long: "The Pat h 11 I n d-
shapes and themes circled the Coach Herring and the basketball tion. This remains a challengefor irs" (Gerald fowling) storyof MERCHANDISELIST

field Friday night after going boys had their first day 1"1ffl' our legislative representatives the major explorations that LIST

through town In the afternoon. of practice Monday aftern 0 0 n. and a burden for our ed- jpened the West; "Plunging into -.. SALI

The Queen's float caught ..v.eryone' -The boys who haven't participated I :jcalors. Politics" Marshall Loeb)- FA500X ..................$199,95 lJUO

eye as the four lovely In athletic contests] since _. An experiment with a series i guide for the political beginneron FA.IOC ...._.....MTOW 200.JS 102
last season commented that It how to become or support a RECEIVER
ladles waved and smiled at the >f television programs beamed
band under the was "rough" when you were not Electricity sad Electronics All-American. Joe Dean, will I.t; those who need Improvement candidate on the national state TAJOOX)
The ...
.. .
crowds. ......... 27995
In Coach Herring hopes Class 34 boys attended the, '" IIU5
shape. conduct basketball tourna- local level "The Meaning of
direction of Mr. Ed Rolf, had' a In reading and writing was tried or ; Welnut Coie ............... .. 29.95
to work them into shape, how orientation session November 24 nent December I at 7 pm. for the American Revolution" Dan M 20.OC
last It called
for /
routines "Oper
worked up and special the half time ever, before our first game of the Boys' Club Electrl city I boys 11 and over to kick off, ation year.Alphabet-was I'Lacy) history In depth of TA5000X ..._....__ j 19.95 IU5

the parade with Branson's Eagles Dec. and Electronics class. Welnut Case . . ,
performance. The FFA. float, on Applies-:/(the 19M4S Boy* Club basket. Some 5,004 Illiterates participate \-the Revolutionary period pointIng 2995 20.<<:0
with a Mustang kicking a Wild i 4th. There were 17 boys eager lions are still available for boys ball program. A clinic for boys In M classes throughout up Its significance for contemporary FACTORY WIlED AM tmns_

cat over the uprights, received to play Monday afternoon. Interested In taking advantage 7-10 will be held Saturday December I Florida. Ages ranged from 17 America; "The Biggest AJOO .........._......... 10995 7J.9

first place in the float Judging;' The Beta Club has joined the of the Instruction to be offered, U at the tollowing I to S3 )'ear'1.I Job In the World: the A500 ...........,-.......... 15995 10* 65

the majorettes' "Twirling I selling spree with cans of candy I I by members of th IEEEI times: 7 and M am., I and IOU Moat viewers studied were in American Presidency" (Fred A700 .......""_,,........ 199.95 UJ.OO
Mustangs" placed second The for $1 00 and 150. Beta sponsor -Gainesville Engineers Club and am.Schedule. I the unskilled or semi-skilled po- Retnfeld) discussion of the 11_

Letterman's float "Brand of Mrs. Clarence HokUn has,''I the IEEE student branch at the} for team assignments !tions. Home-study guides wen!Presidency from the intentions A..lifief ASOIC ........................ 12' n '
Wildcats!" placed third. some excellent Ideas for Ike University. Deadline for rtg I I. : Cadets ((7 and I) After I distributed and supplementedthe of the Founding Fathers soil.- 'AJO'U' ................... .. U'.', IJJ.OO
club this tratlon la December IS.BCA I Ci.... 5.--
year Christmas
Holidays Midgets the
: through wrought by
climax of the activities TV programs. Some tried to, A....,. .
The E. J. Beck, a fun-loving senior Sectional Games R.*m (I' and 10)) Alter Christmas view and "hi history andthePresldeatsthemselves 2".n.A.Jlit .. 2" n. T.e U'oo
( study
was at half time when our royal, .la In our splotllght this I Tournament Boys' Clubs. .1I Holidays; Juniors (11 and 121> (groups programs, guided by YOlunteerIlP."en. 'I ; "The Christian &Jot PM "..'0 s.,. "ie. 5'-0
Queen the Brenda field Oberman with her stepped lovely week. E. J. Is a quarterbackon I throughout Florida will convene December 12 I p m.; Intermediates ( Fright Peddlen" (Brooks Walker ....1--.. I .c.-..
onto the football team which he'In Gainesville December
21 for (13 and 14) December m the programs were con- ) remarkably disp jslonat AM-h' It" TV .
attendants Miss Cathy Webster, has been a member of for three the 1964 Boys' Clubs of Amerl- .. IMM 445 OC
12 S p m.j Seniors (15-17)) cl ed many wanted to continue!' *, balance and objective J .- Siees.eo. c.-It. AM-CN nu
Vicki Gornto and Miss
Miss years. He is a member of the ca Sectional Games Roam After Christmas Holidays. I r ot the radical w. ..... .. .cue
IN study at night school I account right bya a eu.1e. If mmdie. _
use ..
Football captain I m.dt ..
Connie King. PTA and the Letterman's Club. Tournament Over 100 .. --'.
boys Awards Nlgal Boys' Cub I! fortunately t research, I'nitriar minister. .. ..l.5 .... M4 .cse __
Jim Ford crowned Queea Brenda He Is president of the Student will be competing for championships champions for the past seven I'stu y shows that only n Operation Home. Family, Bobbles T_ ,.sad M4 '.A.. s.- Neesh.WI .

Miss Betsy Holdcn carriedthe Council and Ice-president of, In checker Bumper bit-months win be honored December I Alphabet students attained:!'I "Eating for Good Health" (FJ. ..e a.N Is. eo..5. .io .-.... "'""" 0..._ ...
crown. I the Senior Class. H. Is an average -lards, Chinese checkers and 11 at the Semi Annual ....... se -II U ens onesseelsls ,
of and
third Start w ,
scores grade reading ) practical sothorlttive p. ... ......
After star players Jim Ford, student very well liked table tennis (singles and does- Awards Night sponsored by UM 'level on aa oral reading test. Information and advice o.a seBlack's......

and Billy Robrrson led the Mustangs 'Iby' his peers. His present ambition blea). Clubs will also be rom- Gainesville Exchange ell b. Some directors ef adult education -II on nutrition: The Right

to a 31-0 victory over Is to attend a school of paling the same day la Ike'Guest speaker will be Gator felt the broadcasts useful Frame" (Henry H. )'denrykthe )- Audio Service

Taylor In our most spectacular tart after graduation from high Boys' Clubs of America Sectional football captain Larry Duprre 1 especially because many art ef framing hangIng' I

game of the season the Junior'school. We wish you the best of Billiards Tournament I IBalklJlaU i Over 2:10: boys and their dad face's of adult education wen and fighting pictures, dbrunec'

Class held a dance In the gym,i|luck, E. J. r m r 1.5\1.) are eiptcted. i I I i brought before the public. |by a custiflguJshed 4111 g aer,'\ 1454 W. U.iV A e.n p_. J1Z-044C

I .

SUIle/O'/ November 29, 19Sf C.lllenill.; Sun

/ (Week of Nov. 19-Dec.Calendar I) Sunday Annual Christmas Pension Veterans'LawLiberalized I American Ballet $ $ $ $ ssss% $ $_$ $ %_

Ballet Presentation Tuesday Theater-: The,Lyceum University A merle Council Auditorium pm.Choral Concert,Union University, Florida Choir Gym and, 4 I Here on Tuesday. ; ,I

115 p.m. Christmas on Campus and ST. PETERSBURG M. T' } Prizeivord Puzzle CornerI
Wednesday Florida Play Tree Lighting, University Audi. Dixon of the Florida Depart Chairman OFDepartment :

ers Presentation: "She Stoops torlum, 10:30 p.m. ment of Veterans Affairs, said I

To Conquer Florida Players Matinee, Z today further Information ha I of Music i :
H a I J1
Auditorium, 7:30 Basketball p.m., Norman Hall Auditorium, been received on a new law One of the world i great bal- L POST 3. TRACKER not trucker "Eperlctice AiNitviua lUll P.IIIWOP.O CONTSIT sum
; let companies the Amer s lean r7 as a TRACKER defined
( -
: Florida vs. VMS Florida "She Stoops To Conquer. which liberalizes the current I I TM prltp lor IM CPrrpcf /toHitlon. (p lilt MIHWORIt, MIZZll H o...
Ballet ........ .
which N>
for Theatre appeared, as- "one who follow no roc M ON's _,. HUM IM MoKlw I prln i NN.
Gym, 7:4i p.m.; Senior Recital pension program veteransof ?>MI. unttont it pup wNll MvM.
Conferences .,
'In ,
Gainesville last
February some or traces e v a It tM ,
1 World War I World War II wlnnNy 0.10.1 a. yr Komoatllytro wcocrlppr" ATM
; Nancy Royster, University will the dence") fir I" _, ...... .. ..It. of 115,1IIMA WpUop .
Dec. 2- -15th Caribbean Con- return to stage! of Uni' could, possibly, com ... /NrnIOM lie ....
Auditorium, 115 and the Korean Conflict, and -- ". II .... ... ..... OTO.Nw lit Swos
p.m. fwence, Florida UnionBkhibidoBs their widows and children versify Auditorium T u e s day, in "useful." "In army Iran. Ca 110100tunwnl. e M111010, will
Dec 1. at 115 Please I port a man" with IMr 121 1rR w... for lit --nr 5011110 PRlrer .
: note ,
Thursday Florida Players It Increases most pension p.m. " woos .uzrt. __ wtl _IKI 1000010' Ie *50'1 00.010. II ..
Presentation: "She Stoopsto ales by approximately 7 percent that this ls a change In date. as a trucker" can always be 000040.750. "'0MI,0 ln.My wle III 1010,0 ..,oily .nlwl0..e .....lItinl lit De
Dec. 230 Ecclesiastical Tickets for the public are useful"
Conquer, Norman Hall Auditorium effective Jan. 1 1965 with ..
7:30 p.m.FridaySigma. Sculpture Exhibit, Flor I the: highest rate of pension. available Monday and Tuesday 7. BREAK not creak "Y 0 U" c: = ..:: 001401":...'":51,:"''::'t"T.: .':: 0.1017400tw.d 00010, .Co CP.N: =" ':::

ds Union North Wing Gallery at the Record Bar, 923'fS (certainly "don't expert It to or 0110. u0 .lire ,..... Nn. 500105001 ,..0,10110,. M,0..ko II' NMrwl.. _iu .

Nu Christmas Dec. 2-30 Wood Cuts & Ca $100' to for$115 veterans per month with the- lowest provided -- University Ave., from 10 1[BREAK." But this detlnl l Ite "10/00"I.."IIrOduc' toe' ...wlI.."..arJN_...I III 1001011510',.... _tO11'"'__.lot...It_......""1 .o.., 1II1It.... _T"

Carol Reading by Dean Lester :sons, Lily Shuff Florida Union income. I p.m. at $2.00. University of I clue does not suit creak "Yomay" "'?_ Of fICnIOI NN GOIvllll 11M. -01 P01111101.. 0. .01,004050 M 1nY. A" MM a.l'.rN' till

Hale, University Audito I Bryan Lounge Florida faculty may purcha s e well know from fXpl'rl. L Aoywlo, Cwoo.T .od Itwlo c.0 lie ,.1110/1,1.
aid 5t.t
turn, 730: -p.m.; Florida Pla Additionally the pension acuity discount tick e 11 tor 1 once Let It creaks. It1151. "If toll. Sills 1sP1.vN woos.I M, lit NloON il/tIi01/1e. Cwpww lilt Plot
and attendance allowance was I

ers Presentation" : "She Stoops :Made No Line Increased from $70 to $100 monthly ,'100 In room 108 of the Music 8. POUNDED not sounded AItH.... -. Mv.... IIIItf III till 00000. ..... It .. III, bca M S N10oeweP.wq '
Conquer, Norman Hall Au ; and a new pension allow- ,Building, Monday and Tuesday [POUNDED Is a stronger answer -a a,. N 0,.10twllo'iey.. ,..0."b.N' n w' _.. 51011.0011.......... Iut\
dltorium lath .... ....
8pm.Saturday from 8 a m. to 12 and 1 p.m. since it Is possible t 0i O"k" 1.1 .1 S11 .now, All .. Cl.
Hot ance $35 month was 0. mule lie 1110/51.' 00 005
per pro'vided to 5 p.m. University of Florida i"sound a gong" very soft! ;7. ..., 05 e .... We 000010,1... Rot N till .._. '11I. sun ""ce ... LM 1IIt_
Florida Players (AP) The for housebound veterans Istudents obtain tickets on their' Thus some of those "in" a .rteso. 10... lit ..........0,515/1140 e_ 55r. 50._5,0010. 1544 II'' NI.TN. III 11e 0.00. ,

Presentation: "She Stoop "hot line" between the White Veterans who are paid the I J.D. cards at the Informal Ion I III and Canto XII of Tasso'epoem normal "arw" could not 'possibly iT10n ... lie .. wppo It M.Mw, ,
'odl Dill
aid and attendance allowance
e.rdNle lit
to Conquer, Norman Hall Au. House and the Kremlin was interrupted Booth across the street from the "Jerusalem Delivered," hear it. m.e loAN IWII sirs Intl PIUS ...',... In! e.cA w.M-. 00,05*0,4.00..

ditorlum, I p.m. (Matinee at 2 briefly Friday by al may also be furnished free pre Hub, from 10:00: until 4:00: daily. takes place In the days of the t. FACED not raced, In serous elreulalaa L 'A 'tqv D.Phrw111wo.M 05 till ).-."" sus .... lie ..__ N 0011,00 If 0r
and medicine. : r .
scription drugs
/ ..
p.m.): Basketball; Florida If Plo.. ru.lne. 0ty11l. 5 .t IN ae all p1w, "
bulldozer, addl- any are remaining they Crusades. The opening ace n e conflicts "a man" ma y .Non 0.11,0. .Ise.w11A
I, This law also provides
vs. Stetson, Florida Gym 7:45: Danish Postmaster will be available at the door, tells of the first encounter of "tear" the "opponent h e s. ,-,, N 5101 510 .
General and Islutloos
ional income exclusions
p.m.; Joint Army Air Force Tuesday night rionmla, the girl and, FACES." In sport, ". man" =1 ;:,. wW11:: .,1 0.w 'A'IIWOAI' too.0lt io'l.y-5 'AlllWO.D
ROTC Gunnar Pedersen said the machine amend the other Income provisons pagan : ::,10 puml ""' ...... III Mal
graduation parade, Drill local road cut Ballet Program Tancred, the Christian warrior.In .1 does not actually "fear a ma
Field, 10 a.m.TONITIt grading a to exempt ten per cent of It 71.. 0"-11I. .......
Four works are listed to rTu'sday's Its final tragic Tancred he races"; but merely the a' II? !he Me01 It __
the vital teletype cable. He sale all retirement Income and to seen po Pen :: .ny rh.? .rro1. w01oe ..., Mf b"" p.P....,
c.nnections reestablished performance. "LesSylphides" discovers that the adversary sibillty of being beaten r ., .. will IPU POPI.OUPuzzle .PP..P III w51U/401 ........1
were exclude all of the spouse's earned
ballet by Michel Fo- which he has Just kilted 11. BIB not nib BIB Is the
almost Immediately by meansf Income, or $1,200, whichever
a microwave chain kept In il Is the greater. kine with music by Frederick is the girl he loves Susan Boa more natural answer "In use; No. 46

Chopin as orchestrated by Benjamin ree and John' Krlza share the a nib Is no longer "clean,"
OR/Vf INMEAT fPe reserve. Dixon said that all veterans Clip end
Britten, opens the pro starring roles. I IS. LET not Ig "Tennis," peclflcally. Paste on 4t 'oltel'
H.eJ'M. ,,',.,,'''.'!. Till CIRCUIT' COURT OF FLORID. on VA pension should_b* counseled -
I9HTM' JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT' IN AND gram. The final work of the evening Is a direct pointer t
2 I,cl ipf Hut! 'OR ALACHUA COUNTY IN CHAN by their local V < t e ran One of the most famous of all returns to the University Auditorium 6 LET rather than leg. 0r:
0,.' (:IS Show At 7.00 CiRY County Service Officer.
S** Nosh Lit At '00 ITTA ITHIL COCHRAN ChMKiry, No. I13MN ballets It was first presented at stage the dazzling GrandPas 22. WASTE not haste paste o A 5 H .1 S

FIRST AREA RUN PIllntlHv a charity performance In St. Clazounov with choreography taste. The clue Implies that thIs '

some womflncan't SID- COCHRAN- Reveals Seizure Petersburg (Russia, not Florida by George Balanthine something unfavorable, 'co TING

Dffpndunt. ) in 1908! under the title! and music, of course, by which Is more apt of WASTE] .
help being JAKARTA (AP) a I
what TO, SIO. COCHRNPIMmont. A'....... Saturday declared seizure of all I I "Chopiniana" and assumed Its ander Clazounov. This w Alex-j Much depends on the circumstances R Irv c
they are.. YOU All HtAllY HOT"IID MN present title when brought to was presented here last where haste or pas '
In thountry. s I I
Complaint for Divert hat boon 111,0N.Inr British-owned enterprises DLO 'Hs C AP
you nd you *n qtlrW" HiRw Paris by Diaghller. Ballet The- ary and proved to be a breathtaking are concerned which newi to
""v1 1 COPY of 000 enOWl' or 11.,0INN alma the last '
Convlllnt' There no
I',..,, A. O J..".., IIS Hum Mllnrwt was ; to be mounted under the personal building throughout with Is largely a matter of prmnni
no Glliwivlllh, Plorlai. .... lilt Hit whether any compensation will 1
.Iglml. mwir? >r .1 l,Mln, hi Hw tllktIK be made. supervision of Michel Foklne, series of Impressive climaxes opinion.23TRA1NEDnot 8 AR ISTEN
IK* Cora r llw Circuit, Court M *r and stands the definitive trails I .
as Walter and Jean-Pier
0,0,00 lilt III ..> *t DKMtlw, ,% It FOP IIOI
you fill t* de to* .*tcr.t *r* The tovy INVITATION County rWutlnp' A.IK rlty. version of the work. Tuesday's re Marty ahare the conducting TRAINED Is clearly a goo d
lR lRe. willMt010 I Mtlrat .VM.fir till rtJitl' will rocolv* Wot for IM MmloMntpll of performance will star Ruth chores for the A man Is trailed skit
evening answer
1,10.10110 In IM ComplilnlOATIO ,lotor, .........., opulpmonl' onptorvkM
it ciinMviiit, Aloe u. CMMFltrlot *,lHoutlm Ann Koesun Eleanor.. D'Antu- rathe
a eontlruct Lw < Nancy Royster Recital fully or efficiently,
Pp. mil Ifth "ty *t NovcmBtr, ,..HtNw PI*. #I' vnlll I Hitlort
10* .. CirmlchMlCl.rH P Moo a $.T. on Tu.....y 0tmMr .- ono, Susan Borree, and Gayle Mrs. Nancy Royster, soprano, than "thoroughly" ,

J. n Circuit' Court. c:: II., .ItO...._pMrniod FKHlOi' ,to pi CountyourtMuot. welt Young, with the Corps de bal. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. K. 24 SEEDY not needy or weedy.

AlKKui' County HeratP. 'mp oral 0.0..11 Hl will ko puMlcl, Wallace of Gainesville, will offer "men aren't poor and needy."
1e lolly Wr0rMYND.00ty let.Then
.,_105wP01lr1lo11r/ C-, 0,0,.0 NN Cou.-.C",_.. III ...-. ,''*' follows the Grand Pas an Honors Senior Recital In they "are poor" or needy; '

KIM lAURENCE (Cart 0. Juttltlkttomoy III", ,//d.OJICT. No. ,,l0. III I In CodorKoy d. Deux from "Don Quixote" University Auditorium on Wednesday Weedy (thin and ungainly) ts D A E N I

NOVAK HARVEY fir ,Plolntltf' Flprloo, contliM If 11 Pwolllngkullolngt. with Choreography after MarlusPetlpa December 2, at 1:15: weak, as a person can still\ be S T
11)0,101 Molit llroot E
IW SOMERSET VIUGm G.'....,".. ,..,... 1 /11,0. Pit. c0101nl four '141',.tllot II DM ovwlllnf P MpnotOlloo unlit, to music by Leon Mink- pm. She will sing select I Ions very presentable In clothing am E DR

mil' 11.2t. n'_010._ 1a 0.10 0M 1011/,15100, 1u101. L_ us, and starring Tonl Lander by Handel and Purcell, f. u r mannerisms despite his belnweedy. (0 IIM SILL MCLUU KNDICAfl/

111100.f.. toclvtod.rn 51t. "o5ovo00o. ulll and Bruce Marks.) lieder by Clara Schumann, "Poor and SEEDY It you tn tier now O--d511v.1.d tubcubir -

LIItd11i1 RjtfD Y2nd >mo tantn runt o 01..4 t.0 MKllkdtaM.,oe' r"B.tachKHit wo. The Combat four songs of Debussy and (I.e., wearing shabby clothesout ; I end would Check I Illip ben t* hove The Sun

Hit At 9:00 ModernSho .. 00. .t till 000100 of H"ry ... aur1.iu1101p .. The third work of the evening arias and songs by Mozart of sorts physically, makea ham.-d.Pv.rsd ...hlC'b., ... S,.*Rule lame' No.tilt 2
: -11.
Repair Shop ,1J .Act I .>O II'n .lion I s. 'lor..... I. "The Combat," with choreography Stravinsky, and Norman Cello sound answer.n.Io'I Mill Nt fVlnwi Ceotooe
10 '
M.Irar 0.oI11r //rrJJ-JT\/ / COffIN of Wo Mcmmntt m.r .o ow.,ii>- by William Dollar tom Join. There la no charge for the The OilMivlll !...
M. w to imit of lot il ,... oyMpoilllni .... n, ......ille, '1..
Heels Attached filly Do...... IIMHI,, wl, music by Raffaelo de Bunt ictd. recital and everyone Is! Invited I : nows
IM Low County Houtlnf, Aultwrtty lor The[ Ballet suggested by Canto to attend. .,.-
5 Mins. Mek oot of Mcumonn w ODI IM<. (udiMeMtt .. -1 1. DREAMILY not drearily I
fi ,lll M rolumM to 0.M Ooxor.
.I Contrxtor mMilfit, ROM \M ..NO Even a DREAMY "p l Ie. e o l '
Soles Attached / till LocI Autnorlty' ot IM tpoOIIMtlmo poetry should' not "be recited ...... Nseshee
N731 $CflENEXPl00E3 or racognlio. cl'tulorlllni/ o oncrohirno y
w00 mo .olont tMcMlcollMimnt .. too DREAMILY." "No piece of
15 Mins.At o...r oMumonlt M t IPANMII. TIE MOSTIMPORTANT wlthM fill I til Ooyl OHor M4 oponlnflf Lfl1fbi poetry should be recited' at al City ..... ,,,..,
I r ooch tot *t 1 oeumoMt kl WCMOol ne afttFl drearily.
Iw* Opotlt ol Fitly Dollort.IIM .
Two Locations
( MI E310NCOL09 Ml win bo ,_. ". H.. 2. RAKES not lakes. "Not un- 'rill.... Pit*
'" 1620W.Uni.Ar of ThOWnT' Dof..... IKU..", <0 w rreproduction
Of TIE onto. ...kon" .....* onHi common In gardens" Is most
iiq' NAP Carolyn Plata .......II''...,. 511 Y0nMr5 "rep .MM" apt of RAKES. A pond or pool, Clip encl raite en 4 e Pestceri
tfocumoflto uooit 4opnH of PlllyDolloro
'IN'tN' I FR 6-0315 and (IM M), POT Ml ,Po., IKo fxvmonl : G'rillc Singer Art, at the University of Florl- possibly, but wry seldom a CLUES ACR08.1

: ': vies??! I1 101 N. Main St. r tot of too TMrly-PIv" covor titMoilutlltft Oollon IW_01.PO 'I. Ida, has been selected to exhibit body of water the sire commony -

STARTS FRIDAY Opp. lot Nat'l Bank All tocufnontfl of Hw Ucol holl Autnorlly romolit' pnd Itto' prooorty tliill. -. In Two Roles a painting the 1964 PltlxbiirRh Implied by the word, lake L It would make a difference to the appearance of a cat

ANNMARGRETKITTEN FR 6-5211 M nlunwcl to IK* Oftlco of O..T.. waxkMi. International Exhibition of Contemporary Cakes Is remote I. Where Is concerned
M too / 1100 1040 of there be
015Yt ? a.nlo may report on why
WITH A WHIP BATON ROUGE Painting and S. CONCERT not concept some
Tile full opotll will to Mun4Mtar Nancy Sculpture youngsters tend to be backward
._ oocli MI of Mcununtt rotumo :w Ann of Gainesville Fla The exhibition Is b I CONCERT Is mure necessarily
... ... ... Gay n |g
I r T/rq :-" ...-.i.';;,will, 10,10510, will ling two roles In alternate held In the Museum of Art. Carnegie apt. The clue sayt, ''almost 7. All! artist may well create dramatic Irapressloa of th!
R. C. FREE FUN SHOW ,115/0 N 0001. 0000010010. 1rN .11I is bound to have Its critics in. thunderstorm |
NOT ko 1110.. performances of the Louisiana Institute October 30, 196- any
SATURDAY MORNING 10 A.M. A CPrHfloC CMC or pan* PVoft. ppypMoIP but b Idea
Slate University production oflozart's January 10, 1963i a concept an
u. IM S. flpvornmonl Low County fcontft Houtnt or p Autlwltyi....,.oe opera, "The Marriage I i The Carnegie institute began not necessarily passed on to I If you've been sawing a -, your arm Is likily (o be aching

CI I unhs1, Iw'"olo'lO.a., eery and _0d..,0..b''. ,0000//N'IeU'.'d 0 Itr 1ft till 500410Nu. .,11,11 of Flgsro" I'Its series of International u- other people W h the case of i poor performance, a polite will at but

''sr .0,0 EIYIS sot Oils Ni Mikmlftto ot N 050 wim_' oocn_..If.. till all 80111. Miss Gay a junior majoring hlbltkHii In IIM and during the I. EWES not eyes. The prat- ahow some gesture of enjoyment

Iw1Yd' sod fll" 511Mot.rorom..l Rids 0000 r N trlpllcoMI In music, will be cast one nights Intervening 61 years has been live context to the due Is better
e.f O.letl' tu .oo>ul kWOor will' k. mwlroDItontlM 11. A statement of defiance be
Cherubino ranked applied to EWES (female I may brief and
to 00'00 00. JO' M ..II..Ie.... a page and as consistently as one ol uncompro-
-one._. ..... ...- 001 Marcellina, a housemaid courting the top four Internationals. sheep), Eyes: for example that mblng.

PREsLEY It toll..* kj till loci tnof not Figaro, In the other per William's painting 'Chorus have been transplanted to s I. 12. Sticky" black liquid. *

w 1008 got 010 lit a,0 foftli oNlou.1 I." IM 1011-loocttkptlpMtnwol 10 forma/ll'f. Line No. 1" was lent by the healthy body have gone on to'

op ptl! on tttotp proloctt.TM Miss Gay U the daughter of Nordnesa Gallery New York. I serve well beyond what Is trolled Ie. 11 night please s girl to think up one of her own.
Low County HOKMI AgtMrlly rtprvot _
fnp rloM IP roMctony or pll pMt Mr. and Mrs. Jean E. Cay of by "...rm.1 ageing." U. Measure of distance
... .
N 01000 5/Y 0Nrn1N10O N till
5400400. ainesville, and a graduate of BEER not beef or beet

t No Moo pnoN to .,__ hr p PorIM GaInesville High School DUCKS ARE There can be no quibble about 17. Tartly decayed plant matter,
of tnlrty |IJIII: Mr tulmuonl IP ftwoponlnf
i, pf pun wlltiout tno pontonf pf Dr. Piter Paul fuchs, dlrecr BEER. Beet Is hardly apt InIts

r.. Lovy County LIVV HpuoMf COUNTY AutMrHyTxe HOUlmAUTMOPITY of the LSU Opera Work DEAD DUCKS I natural form, that ls, Just alit 20.sun The, very sight of one might worry 'a rather nervous per.

NOW at the FLORIDA shop, will direct Mozart's comIc .Is taken from the garden, fur i
Lowit Aonf,.., ......... opera. The University S y m- ST. PETERSBURG, F II example, and the clue- dues not 21.11 II likely Id have somewhat depressing effect

I .tp, Mouomoor OlrotforD 1i tftlU771I phony Orchestra will accompany (AP) Mrs Raymond Carter qualify whether this Is true or

Nrl II.II, 1>. tt l II...o, 11__ the production and Pro- thought the lake which almost nut. The latter reasoning Is also 22. A certain amount, Ingenuity could be Mrclsed ai mike

SPECIAL SALE ............. essor Dallas Draper will direct lurrounds her home needed a true about beef, It could be a itself more efficient

,;: 51S ., the opera chorus ,little wildlife.! She didn't knewIt frozen, say, fur later ..... 23:Produce or manufacture,

twr; Hiram Williams Pro elllllr o.f,1, already bad some. 14 FLOUTED not e It u t ed.

circulating oilQUAKER r noci FLOUTED: (mocked; rested 26. V mobbed1 by fans" and Idol could possibly emerge some.

fUOINf D. JOUIIIMN *Hl If She ordered IS baby ducks with disdain) measures tip better what! -,
ALW.IP 1110000101P05 H f INOIITNf They arrived at her home age
x'0 ,1NW I NCURIID I' ANV MIMRf Of MYAMItV with the Idea of hurt CLUE' OWNs
.. P A| B* 1InY...." t, HMUOIHf I I days. For five weeks, she jrlde." "If a boy Is clouted"

55,000 BTU .:: ;:::: _. an 11 M.D JOU ti. .'DAII !kept them huddled beneath a ,e first and natural 2. TiJ -champagne Is wasteful
_ and 1. A great ..*.L
bedroom 12 of them
tamp ,Ion
with 10-year guorontee I "you may well expect" Is 4.I in a warehouse, an* ilea M KM heYA 1 .. ._. _
survived. Then she let them .. .. -. ..."*... .L'h0
that he .
fire and "be hurt" (Iphysleallyl. .n'
on the pot It Ain't CJ IEY out. may I all nixed/ up. VIlli'S

vapor rings. Notkirlfvt ):JIU: 17. BOLTS not boats or boots i t 8 for I character to become ..r Am to s mlsunderstandlu.

Funny TIFFIN Ducks kept disappearing Sinn u a common enough situation/ 'in movlte.
One day she noticed what relatively few people are T.
HEATERSONLY appeared finding a big boy a small
one, a conscientious
likely to have boats .... .
be her or wear P '
& to a log trailing by might feel| Impelled (10 Intervene.,

I 7 waddlers. After that she penned bunts why "should everyone 8. Mitvenvnl of the bead.
I know what to do" about
them up at alghL 12 RibbltII
I "squeaking" onwT BOLTS :
I But one night the ducks the most generally apt I II In wrong elrninutancH, whimsical ones would! end bi firm
I dlllPlfttaf.II. ,
CHECK WITH TECHCOLOR II wouldn't com horn. About .. CASE not ..... As the clue Ut-imrx

11 p m she says, she heard a implies, one would z DOC t 'a I 11 1Mr1 are thn.e when!

$7285MM.a great snorting, quacking com-,[,(lais CASE" to be more or Ins till be maddening. a refusal to see things Jour "I'

TV HEADQUARTERS motion. She rushed outside and
expensive, but you could get "a 23. (;Ire's name.

THI40IO found seven very excited ducks, reasonably cheap" one. Merely :t Untie
SYLVANIA MOTOROLA MAGNAVOX or affecuonate/ blot" ,,
Thermostat Controlled Blower $15 and two dead one*. "a flat .*.*" (not a cull I

That did It Mrs. Carter ha "elsa, ," one) Is cheap enough,)

TECH TV appealed I la tilt county wildlife anyhow \I
Special 10% DOWN officer to make her lake sate FREE WORD LISTTMIJ
I Solution
Oil. Drum for her ducklings by removing Lair Week'iPussf
)22 N.W. Ifrb Ave ,h..* 172-0411 LIST

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have been patient for many years.
STILL patient but I am also still ai ports MIXED UP =
widow. When my husband'i legs and wind gave out, he gave DEAR MIXED: Return both rings until the gob makes SAClE.I / :* FAKE:! 4 hlAw4YME:"=)
sports that required running and turned to golf which he port. Then, when the game's evea again, pick the winner OWWKINSrc + '
up weather permitting.When (Uf. by that time, either are still la the running). 1' ,
plays from a cart, := I
and I hi. mealson iDO
he comes home he collapses serve a
a tray, while he watches sports events on TV, with the DEAR ABBY: Your stand against serving cupcakes to the ... 'GRIM AND ( 1
neighborhood kiddies instead of the birthday cake (which Is
volume turned up high enough to transport him to the event .
he's watching. He Is now planning retirement to a climate saved for the family to enjoy later) hit me wrong. I have

which will enable him to play golf everyday. He claims his four children under 15, and I used to bake and decorate large :3 ..,: ,, .
reason for playing golf Is to keep him "In shape." In shape lovely cakes for the children's birthday parties, and I'd wind ;
for what up throwing % of the cake away after the kids got through
STILL A SPORTS' WIDOW playing In It. Now I decorated individual cupcakes and put a
candle In the center of each one, and I never have to throw
away anything but the paper. Each child gets to blowout
DEAR SPORTS' WIDOW! Te play more golf.
e Ms own candle, which is a lot more sanitary then letting the I X yTlU -
birthday child blow out all the candles and spit all over the I HEAR'THAT PLACE +"
DEAR ABBY: With the holidays coming up I wish you'd BE LATE KEERFUL, IS ALIVE WIF j
mention something In your column about my pet holiday cake, which I Is then cut up and served (germs and alp) to E PER SUPPER, MAWXGOTTODELI.TR -\ EY POT ... REVENOOERSq } rr

gripe, which Is shared by many. People who give partiesIn each child. A /
the basement! '"';
You get all dolled up for a party and when you get there ) OVER ON ROCKY RIDGE
DEAR ABBY: I have two problems. One when I take
B0 It is my
spend the evening In the basement. Even though
you and it's wife to work In the morning (she teaches school\) she doesn'tlet
nicely furnished and decorated It still smells musty
me kiss her for fear someone ahe works with might see
Last I had cold after another from sittingIn
damp. year one her. I say to heck with them. She Is my wife and it is onlya I 1 1I
those basement recreation rooms I can't understand people
peck on the cheek. Second we've been married almost
homes who entertain. their a :: t .
with lovely comfortable (upstairs) :J
B and she still refuses to She
year use name. by
my goes I
guests In the basement. Are they afraid someone will get a
"Misi" as though she were single. I was born in New York /J .. .,rte I
I spot on the rug? HATES BASEMENTS and have lived here all my life. Many Immigrant Puerto iI /J J : q _
Ricans have the same name and I think that is what bothers .

her. She Is putting me through graduate school, so naturally I- i*
DEAR HATES Same lower level rccreatloi
Probably I don't want to upset anything by making any demands EL5EWHVRY t I sAvtF F ELLWS
rooms are every bit as comfortable as what's vpslalrs, but Can + 1 6EE YOU YOURAND
right advise
now ?
many are not And people wh have gone to the expense el WITHHOLD MY NAME ,, THAT FOAM IS PLAINLY. DICK CLOTHES OKAY-CLIM9 Wa SCATTER THIS TiME
converting their basement Into entertaining areas are the DEAR WITHHOLD You / DOING ITS WORK FEW ANOTHER AR6 lN| HERE AND -FOR KEEP51V
: are saying that since your wife OETAT THBDOOMBNt SECONDS. AFIRE! \J-6T* CO
last to feel the dampness
C Is putting you through college, you are In no position to
make any demands right now. Your complaint Is Justified but
DEAR ABBY: I did I foolish thing and now I'm In I mess.J your restraint Is wise
Perhaps you can call the signals some
accepted an engagement ring from a guy before he went day but don't count oa It.
Into the Navy. I didn't wear my ring while I worked at a re e e e

sort last summer. There I met another man who made me CONFIDENTIAL TO EDNA: "It takes an enemy and a

) realize that I didn't love the sailor after all. HE gave me an friend working together to hurt yon to the heart The one wK !' OJ
aa engagement ring, too. I think about the sailor boy when I'm to slander yon, and the other to get the news to you."




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SUNDAY Color) "Toby Tyler," Diminutive singer Linda 09 (Color) Romper
Morning and Afternoon conclusion of I two part Lou baffles toy shoppers Room
':SS 09 (Color) Living Words story. Toby tells the circus when she portrays a mechanical -I 1:31 O Jack Benny
7M 09 The Answer Religion folk he's an accomplished doll that acts 09 Jack La Lanne >0

7:30 09 Gospel Caravan trick rider and human; the camera 10:00: Q Make Room for iIr \ I \
1:31 O Governor Bryant then Is called on to proveit. women looking through Daddy
Reports Cast includes Kevin a peephole labeled "For a News I 1HOW DOME NANVSOMC aECAU76 A MAN Virr/ I I, y' wHAr I5 AREN'T oil
1:31 09 Gospel Songs Corcoran, Henry Calvin, Men Only"; and the reactions D Cameras Please DINNER ISN'T IGASK/NC./ Ma t MAN7OMa You Va 4aKE0W 1 1'I

O Lippy the Lion Bob Sweeney, James of men lighting a 11:31 B 09 (Color) READY DNNER Mr,3A
IM: O Yon Are There Drury, Barbara Begird, clgaret for a beautiful What's This Song?
O TV Gospel Time Dennis Joel Edith Evan- girl whose two front O I Love Lucy
1:31 O Bib,.'Answers 'son,' and Richard Eastman teeth are msH( f1I. 10:55: O 09 News $

O Gospel Songs 11:10 O What's My Line 11:00 O 09 Concentration o
09 Together We Worship O My Favorite Martin Panel a Andy Griffith

1IN: O International Zone Uncle Martin's space ship Carol Chi n n 1 In g, star O Come On, Let's Read =
O Lamp Unto My Feet Is poised for take-off and of Broadway's "Hello IMS Q Film
09 Relevant Religion sure enough off it goes- Dolly!" joins panelists 11:30 O 09 (Color) Jeopardy

11:31: O Faith for Today piloted by I little I t 1 boy. 11:" O News, Weather, Sports O McCoys
O This Is The Lif. Guest Cast Includes Todd O News O Elementary Science
09 Eternal Llgbt Baron and June Dayton. 03 (Color) News, Weather 12.00: O 09 (Color) Say When!
11:00: O Image U.S.A. 1:00: O Ed Sullivan 11:11 O Movie O Americans at Work I
O Church. Service Guests Include Ella Fit* "Command D e c I slon." a Love of Life

09 Rocky and His gerald Gordon and Sheila ((1049) The generals at an 12:U 0 Geology 107 'c e+ -+ OUT--ms is SOMETHING A11tS,WORTtt.I'MI..t
Friends MacRae, comedian Myron American air base In Eng 12:2S O News I HAVE TO KEEP FROM JIM! GOING. !O HAVE A /
11:31: O Silent Service Cohen, the Oberokirch n land must decide how 12:30: Q 09 Truth or ry MRtWORTII TO EON WRH FM'-THERE, Bo SURE THE ATTORNEY FOR HK OWN 40001- 11Y! r I/ 4

I 09 Beany and Cecil Children's Choir, Britishcomic great I risk they should ConsequencesO K SOMETHING TERRIBLY you MRtt WORK THAT FORMOULD PARTNERS cIMDORTANT
11.00: O Christophers Del O'Connor and expect their men to be Search for Tomorrow THAT Z HAVEN'T SHOULD NOT HAYS
a Cartoons Jorgen ,and Konny balancing )b' exposed to in the precision 12:45 O Guiding Light 0 TOLD MY HUSSANDI SECRETS, RUTH'-FROM .IY J
09 Bugs Bunny act Ray Block or bombing of Germany. O Let's Speak Spanish EACH OTHERI '' 1 I -

i 1:310: Oral Roberts chestra. 1 Clark Cable, Walter PI d- 12:55 O 09 News 14 a 1 T7c
t O Football Highlights 1:31 O 09 World's Greatest geon, Van Johnson, Brian 1:00 D New, Weather

(1 -Graves Showman Documentary Donlevy. (One hour, SO O Middaym
09 Movie (Special" (Color) Cecil antis) TV Bingo I
"Fury of the Congo' Blount DeMllle's 50 years fDFSU Foolball-Peltr. O Adventures In Living ?y
1:15 O Focus 2
IM O TV-Tabernacle as a film maker are; non
1:1$ O NFL TodayO chronicled In II CI r p Is 11:34)) O Peter Cunn O Leer Y Escribir
I Pre Football from bin epics Includ I Ia | lIes ID Movie 1:30 09 (Color) Let's

1:31 O Star and Story "King of Kings," "S a rn- "The Well." ((1951)) The Make a DealSelenceAI

O Pre Football son and Delilah," "The disappearance of a little a EdmundsO 1'1'r LUT O.AWAY son'. u FlNO I AOnaa..Tavel M MIPS THS fuss fOt. one ACMIM9: ARM UH ANUS
Ten Commandments" and girl leads to mass hysteria As the World Turns +- to On vos AND NOWflai we maw ioe Tan -NOttO irons I4ACC0 MD MApf FOR ONI MOM
1:00: 09 Johnny Quest "The O Humanities C-51 h 0 "y CnAR.LnrToooe YOUR YANKna I LAN R5ILINWC CRAFT TDOlTHIR TSV... i
O Cameo Theater Greatest Show en and racial animosities. 1:55 ID News O Ie /a PSACe KTWSEN IRiiNDf WILL PIER IN MINUSf 1 t
"Eugenie Grande Earth." Charlton H e lion,I Hurry Morgan, Richard }, YS! I LOVi ICU WATCH TIWA
: Loretta
.. 'lM: 09 Movie"Captains Yul Brynner, Bob Hope, Kober. Barry K e 11 e y, O Password Young
of the Clouds" Edward G. Robinson Betty Christine Larson, Tom
3:1113 Special) John r. Kenedy Hutton, Gloria S w a ..I Powers. (One hour K Celebrity guests this week
Tribute Ion and James JI t e wart min.) Roddy McDowall and

.I 3N: 09 Hnnn flab Drams recall DeMille the director MONDAY Betty o Sign White.Off

I (Special) "The Legate," : producer Samuel Morning And Afternoon 2:30 B 09 Doctors
dramatizes the ancient Goldwyn tells how he and .:.. O Sunshine Almanac a House

Maccabee'a struggle for Jesse Lasky hired DeMilleIn ':IS O Sunshine AlmanacO 3:00 O 09 Another Party World
1113 to direct "T b .
religious freedom In the Humanities C-S1 O Te TeD the Truth
Second Century B,C.4.H Squaw Man"; and the <:U CO Living Words 3ZS O News

: O Heal Kkan Drama Rev Billy Graham describes ':31 O World Cvlllintion 1:30 O (Color) You Don't
O Pre 'MIIIIDPaders the Impact DeMille's m Gospel Matte lilY!

vs. Cowboys Biblical epics had 1:41: O Putor's Study O Edge of Night
09 Mr. Novak on one young man. De ID III Neighbor 09 Poprye's Pals I'' DiEETLE, Oi.50
"Boy Under Class." Jefferson Mule himself Is seen in <:M O Farm and Home 4M a Match CameO 1+E1! I HATE TJ Ti A.T>B WI.Et!
High baseball star excerpts from "Sunset 7M O 09 TodayO Secret Storm :3 KILLER! Tt'.ill7u, tuT AA1OTHER.. rJ
Frank Towner Is a pitcherof Boulevard." ((90 min.) Ural News 09 Yogi Bear LETS tSNFA+C Ytut SNG.1K.h3 !9000 WEtT ,
major league caliber. 7.M O Ranger Hal 4.25 O News < OFR TJ.., Q4YS ARQ 'TilM

4:31: O Topic Bill Dana, "Bonania" and TM 0 Ucal News, Weather 4:30 OH Best of GmnchoO -
I.N: O 09 Wild Kingdom "B roa d II d ," are pr. I:" O Captain Kangaroo Leave It T* Beaver

1:31: O ID G.E College Bowl erupted I.M: O Divorce Court IB Movie

I.M: O 09 Meet". Press 1:11: O My Living DollBob's -O Bachelor--Father __ _"Df.111'! Rides Again" ...:
1:31: O News, Sports, working feverishlyon -
WeatherO a magazine article and ,H 1'oduy-I History !
Pre Football Report he instructs R h e d a to
make certain that he By THE ASSOCIATED: PRESS died. o e 4AJk
09 Color) News, Weather r d.J
1:41: O To Be Aaeenneeel finishes on time. Today la Sunday. Nov. 29, the In 1911, the British army of I- r +r ':. ZJ
ID (C ter) Editorial 0:71: O Jfy Bishop. JMla
7:" O Kentucky Jones The more she thinks days left In the year frontier. _

O Lassie about it, the more deprived Today's highlight in history: Ten years ago-Stale and local ,4,, JESa tr! k REAOe..IEr'E) A moss
'Corey thinks Jim MiKuv Ellie feats she married On) this date In 13. Adm. police put down a riot by :ice nes Pin ML's Z, 2 WANTED ec w A SEE iCI:, ry-. y i 1MAUAATELy' AND C-'U. nsE
Richard Byrd flew UAL E Ti4 ML SR TAL7 COME ee sa w a, rouCI! TELL THEM 10EET
non would make I fist Joey without the benefit over the 300 Inmates at the New Jersey
forest ranger but t b e of a long, romantic South Pol., becoming the first''|! Institute for the Insane at Tren I 'fry Ki RivEARM MASS : .r- / HERE M9 FAST Aa THE'tCAN fL fa
young man will need) acollege courtship. mall to fly over both of the i 5 I
degree In forestry. 11:11: 0 D Rogues earth's poles. Three yean before ton.Five years ago-Sen. Lyndon

Guest Cast Includes Doug "Ptavonia, Hail and Fare he had flown over the' Johnson accused the Eisenhower -" d ,
Lambert, Karl Swe n s e i well" Tony becomes the North Pole. administration of cutting I
and Sheila Bromley. target of crook when be On this date "the people's dreams out of the U
09 Patty Duke poses as financier in an In 17M the French formally budget"
"Block That Statue." The attempt to fleece a wealthy surrendered Detroit to the British One year ago President I
school's star football player exile. Guest Cast Includes at the end of the French Johnson named a seven man i f

develops I crush on Oscar Homolk and Indian War panel to Investigate the Kennedy -
Cathy who at first Barbara Bouchel Leonid In 1(32 American author Lou-, assassination! with Chief
couldn't care less. Kinskey and Leon Aikin. isa May Alcott was born. Justice Earl Warren heading
7:310: 09 Diu,,', WirW O Candid Camera In /1172 editor Horace Freeley j I the group. i I

Sunday November 27, 1965 faelnesvill Suit ,.
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( tt5uille i un The Week in Television Pull Out nml o Sa\c Thi* I' g

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""Wished u a service to readers, at no charrt to broadcasters. The Gainesville Sun is not reopoiwIbU for program changes by *U. *

MONDAY evening TUESDAY 'til 5 p.m. I :

Monday Evening Children Harris Against the World: ', ode magazine, takes along Walter Is Instructed to "Dual of Fire. (19&0)) A 10:00 D Make Room for Daddy O Midday
I.M O Wells FargoO Tony Saletan spends a 1 Alan invites movie star hard squint at the beat the competition to the I, man joins a group of rob- O Newt 1 03 Color) TV BingeD
Mike Douglas day at historic Sturbridge I Press Diller to a quiet!,I Supreme Court's school- draw by landing the Mat- i bers to find the bandit O Arithmetic I Quest For Adventure" '
1.25 O Moment In Sport Village. Mass. gathering at the Harris prayer ban sail camera line for Krock. : who killed his sister Fernando 03 Cameras Please I I:IS 0 Focus 2 :
1:30 O Newscope ID Movie I home but when the word LOS: 0 D Andy Williams meyer's Guest cast Includes -' Lamas, Liana Or. 10.N 0 03 What's This Song O Elementary" Spanish.
O World Civilization Char) "Mirjorlt gets out the guest list begins (Color) Julie Andrews and Lloyd Kino, Bob feL (to mln,) O I Lave Lucy 130D (Color) Let'i Mak
I:55 El (Color) Newt Morningstar." (1957) The to grow. I' comedian Bill Cosby are Kino, Larry Blake Tom 11:31 0 03 Johnny Carton O Film A Deal -
(:MB News, Weather, central figure of this film O To Be Announced the guests Andy show Palmer, Sue Taylor Jack Color) Scheduled guests O World *( Number and O Humanities CS1
Sport version of Herman O Mission ol Discovery"The film clips from "The Gitnnage Include comic Shelley Ber. Forms O Ai tile World Tnrai
O Sunshine Almanac Wouk's best seller Is a Peace Corps" Americanization of Emi) 10:00 O 03 Hall ef Fame man and pop singer Diahn 10:SS O 03 News O Silence
':IS 0 New Highlight young Jewish girl an I:30 O H Bristol Court ly," which co stars Ju. (Special (Color) "The Williams. 11:" O 03 Coecentrallot 1:SS 03 Newt .. .
':30 O 03 Newt aspiring actress with romantic Tom Dick and Mary: lie. Other World of Winston I TUESDAYMorimg O Andy Griffith 2:00 0 Password
O News-Cronklte Inclinations toward Dick Is producing the annual O Lucille Ball Churchill." and AlleraooaI 1I:1S 0 Scope Q 03 Loretta \'oa \
O Reading a resort-show dancercomposer hospital v.rletyahow Lucy's sure that having a 00 0 Sunshine Almanac 11:31 0 03 (Color) Jeopardy sign Ott2:3lfl0floclorn r
7:00 O Zane Grey Natalie and Dr. Krevoy is worrI- maid would be a saving- Alfred Hitchcock Is preempted I:IS O Sunshine Alamae O Coys -
Cort McConnell Is "T h < Wood, Gene Kelly, Claire ed about what may hap- even if she has to go to O Sunrise Semester O New Horizons 0 House Party -
Stranger" In town, who Trevor, Ed Wynn, Ever. pen to Valley Generals work to afford one. Guest O Slaltery's People 0:15: 0 Living Wards 12:H O 03 (Color) Say Wheat I 2:N Q 03 Another Wnrai!
accidentally witnesses a ett Sloane. (Two hours) "Image" cast Includes Kathleen "Question: Do the Ignorant I 30 O World CivilIzatIon O Love of Life O To Tell the TrutnA
robbery and murder.O 7:306 H Bristol Court i O Andy Griffith Freeman and Norm a Sleep in Pure White I 03 Gospel Music O Industry on Parade I MS 0 Newt, .
Perry Mason Karen: Emily Flu&er Andy wants Aunt Bee to Varden. Beds?' Teacher Tom I.4S: 0 I'asior't Study 1%:IS 0 Geology 107 i:30 Q (Color) Toe Don,.
"The Case of the Reckless and Karen are competing try out for the lead role of O American Crises Mulgay'i classes In sex mill, Neighbor IS.JS 0 Newt Say
Rockhound. R' b I for the job of bassdrum Lady Mayberry in the (Color This study of education are wellmeant, I:SO 0 Farm and Rome 11.30 0 03 (Color) Truth or O Edge: of Mght
Burgess, the widow of a player In the school band. town's centennial pag- The Parents" of America but they land him and 7:00 O ID Tadav I Consequences 03 Popeyt'i' Pali '
mining company exec- Guest cast Includes, Beverly eant. Guest cast includes focuses on their problems Slattery's proposed sex- O Local News, Weather O Search for 'Tomorrow 4:00 O Mitch Come
utive, keeps a shoebox Washburn and S. Olan Soule and Hope Sum- In meeting the pressures education bill *- In deep 7:OS 0 Ranger Hal 11.45 0 Guiding Light I O Secret Storm \
full of uncut diamonds In John Launer. mers. of changing society trouble. 7.SO 0 Local News Wralhrr O Mailing Spanish' N.lgh-- 03 Woody Woodpecker t

her bank safety depos I 11 O Touch of Fame O Camera Three and In finding ,fulfillmentIn 11.00: O 0 New'We.ther. I:00 0 Captain Kangaroo lion 4tSliNewa
box. Guest cast Includes Biography "Through Monocle: the their own lives and In Sports 9:00 O Divorce Court U:SS O New 4:10 O Leave It Te Beaver
Audrey Totter and Bruce Sigmund Freud: "The Political Spectacle This their relationship with 03 (Color' ) News, Sports, O Bachelor Father 03 Local New O Best of Grottcbo' .
Bennett.O View from Within." revue, based on politic a I their children. Weather 03 (Color) Romper Room 1:00 O Newt, Weathir 03 Movie 5
What's New- I:M Q H Bristol Court satire published in Mono- 1.30 0 Many Happy Returns 11.IS 0 Movie 9:M 0 Jack Bossy 03 Jack La Lanne "Sftannee River" <

I TUESDAY evenins., WEDNESDAY 'IiI 5 p.m. 0 THURSDAY eveniiir, FRIDAY 'til 5 .11.111. I

Tuesday Evening to do a little fls.hln., Alan 10:00 O (D' NBC News Special 03-(Color) Camera Thursday EveningI the restaurant where bar- bland Prlrues.s. 0 Local Newt Weather-" ,.
I.M d Wells Fargo learns It's deadline time (Special!) I'olorl "Viet Please :M 0 Mike Douglas rln's dining with a beau. 11:00 O 03 Suspense Theatre 7:OS 0 Ranger Hal
O Mike Douglas for renewing his d r Iver's nam: It's a Mad War." II:IS 0 New Horlzees IJ O Newscope ty contest winner. (dolor) 'One Tiger to a 7.M 0 Local News,
I.2S O Greatest Headlines license. O Doctors Nurses 10:30 O 03 (Color) Whaft O World Clvlllialloa I:30 O (D Dr. Klldare Hill" At the precise moment I:M 0 Captain KangarOo
1.30 O NewscopeO 1:00: 0 Margins of Culture "So Some Girls Play the Thin Song I:SS D Newt, Weather "The Elusive Dik Dik" a HOODOO jewel robbery tDO: O Divorce Court
World Civilization Producer director Mark Cello," a comedy by Alvin O I Love Lacy Sports Nobel Prize scientist\ Footer Is committed the O Bachelor Father
1:55 03 (Color) News, Damen Interviews Governor Sargent. Ski digs offbeat 11.4S 0 Reading, Your Magic 8:50: 0 Newt, Sport, Bailey lies\ near dents chief of the burglary detail 03 (Color) Romper Room
Weather Sports Farris Bryant. Elaine Radnitz, the new Lamp Weather In Blair Hospital with a Is In a restaurant sitting 1.10: 0 Jack Benny
':01 O News, Sports, WeatherO 03 SO Bristol Court nurse's aide-but Elaine's 10:55 O ID Newt O Sunshine AlmaiiaeI rare disease, and the only next to mauler burglar 03 Jack La Lasso
Sunshine Almanac Tom, Dick and Mary: A more concerned with digging 11:00 O D Concentration :IS 0 New Highlight thing that can nave himIs Colin Neal, who would lINflMakefloenofur'Daddy:
':15 0 News Highlights O Andy Griffith ':30 a 03 Newt he the chief I
few appliances are on the up a 1948 Issue of a serum that's In extremely suspect were
':30 O 03 News blink, but why worry? National Geographic to 11:110 Film O Newt scarce supply. It not for his perfect alibi I O Newt .
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lions for the feast of the Nancy Ames. Buck Henry O Bachelor Father O Secret Storm O Open Mind la George's pormlalJ n. 1:30 O World Clvlllitllo 03 Peter Peltmul
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:00 O Wells Fargo Battle of Orleans without, Guests are Art C a f ney 1 10:IS II Physical Education I .N O Well's, Fargo 7:IS O Florid. Blue Key two years ago. 09 Dennl The
O Mike DoeglasS Joan of Arc; William the and Pearl Bailey. In t ,1030: 0 03 (Color) Whets I O Mike Dmila Space Physlct."' f>r. Alex 09 Fugitive Maa.ellilO
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of e-oujer who find wine O Vl'lUag SpanishNelfhhwt Peter and the Potter, a policeman mortorcycle [ Janwc ItapletMi. (Three I:00 0 Wilbur Brother
the most successful rescue two aspects wasteful I'
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In military In Missouri has accidentally I I Wagoner
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Cape HaUett penguin colony Utah; and .,,,,.'.C and Afternoon Ferit I The ialsngingla.disls Snarl Lewi of i mae who I teals that; 0.IS O JSwrp
"urban sprawl" problem. : I.N 0 ..... ., Almanac U': 0 At the World Term Urcus" Includes Teay, O Eatertolwr: he can do anything he! _
03 Waaled-Dead Or 110: O Beverly Hillbillies Ill O Seeshine Almanac < O Humaiinir. C4I Horhegger and his exotic' Comedienne Vivian Vance I pt..'.. Pierre R tit", tO %Veyii I* the BolUnt
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