Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00188
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00188
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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longshoremen struck ports i1 r re I
from Maine to Texas today, tying
t up the nitlon'i Atlantic and
I Gulf of Mexico shipping in what
their leader described as a 100
f r 1iC per cent effective: wilkout.!

: As a presidential board pre-
pared to open a fact-finding/ Inquiry -
preparatory to obtaining a
s }' ,'Death Scene: T. -Hartley Act "cooling off-
A order Thomas Gleason
W president
Twlatad wr. narks the place where two men of the striking AFL-CIO International r
died. WedaeadayTjljBt. 1 ?
I + % "cars iwai a .... n..bn 1 Longshoremen's Association
"Not even a raft .li floating/
"KILLED:: Gainesville;, Trenton Men down DM river."
However two transatlantic
; : liners docked In New York early
Archer Road
t Die In Crash this momlng-the Sylvanla and
.4 1r'HgT': \ the Leonardo da Vinci. White
'Two man were. tilled and a' ,'Archer, a passenger in Lati-! when ha, collided with Harri lively free of the usual scat: collar workers helped the 1,100 ,

woman passenger critically injured more's car, was hospitalizedin son's car Collins said Harrison tered debris, according to wIt- passengers on the two vessels

In a grlndtog heaoVon colBskn critical condition., ,was driving with no headlights nesses The front ends of both unload their luggage
1 en Archer Road Wednesday ..+ cars were crushed back almost President Johnson named theth..n Here'a approximate location af\Hilda. Shaded arcs '
alght...which reduced ,the A1 ciuai County sheriff dep- Investigating officers indicated Into the interiors. The wheels board of Inquiry late shows where aha threatens. ',, '
can'Involved to rubble.. sties said the fatal crash, which Harrison was driving weston of one vehicle were Just under Wednesday but too late to head
occurred about seven miles Archer Road when the two the front door. "It looked like off the midnight strike. The
k: :The dual ;atlJltJ'claimed the west of Gainesville, may have cars met bead-on. Cpl. R. W. the fronts were chopped off," board acted quickly today to report
tr lives of James F. Harrison, been .the fault of both men. Moorhous said Latlmo,,', car one shocked man said. to the President before. j Hilda Threatens
's 'X, Trenton, and Willie,Latl- According to i witness, Wil; was In the westbound lane at nightfall J,
mere; 51-year.old Gainesville Dam Collins, of Archer, Lati- the time of the accident. Cpl. Moorhous said damageswere A return to work under a fed-
'truck driver. Corbie Collins, 13, more was,passing his vehicle The accident scene: was rela- $1,150. He tiled no charges: aral court Injunction was expected -
'" by Monday or earlier La. Texas Coast .
Shipping circles estimated I ,
Baker Re-Opened Two Hurt loss of more than ftt million In .
Hearing ; the nation's economy for each NEW ORLEANS La. (AP-) areas rsaldanla went Inland ta f
II. ; In TruckAccident' day the docks art Idle. Hilda became a severe hurrU.eana ,... F the lately afhfrxr .,.... t
Threatened loss el '* Jabs I pidun| winds of,VXL, Tbs lreat karBuraaatortoll 1
Senaltr: ltt.II' en" through automatic of" cargohandlingwas mites aaJljr u aha ptowee,1 I/ .......,,MT. ,irtscry. apgradedv.
l Y ... "..' .. }( major factor lathe through the;Oulf of Mexico todAii10 "v 'Hilda to. "atveTt! -.._-.-, ,r
"ne *, work"walkout
contract ** '
{:I WASHINGTON fAPK ,Thafoncsv i;-' \I 'I M Ngre' reels ftoMII A semi-trailer' j jaeknl/ed and by the APLCIO Inter '+1ow tying" coastal I Theo ar vaara was still Wlda no wooM todtoaUaawhan push I

closad Bobby Baker -hearings reopen today *. WASHINGTONSenate' commit- overturned immediately south national Longshoremen's" AMoct::I 4 bar bawling winds mland, but
for investigation ,of a Republican, :V, tea sternly rebuked'.the Department of of Mlcanopy Interchange on 175 anon which began minute after Views ,Louktona or possibly Tana appeared
1 senator's charge of a $36,000political Agriculture yesterday for elipshpd procedures about a o'c*'"this morning midnight. Bryant lilt prime targets;
yertt on the District of Columbia Stadto that permitted Billie Sol,Rates, sending Its twit occupsntsto Some longshoremen Jumped The Weather
.-...tnd.'I' tilt the condemned now-bankrupt Texas v the In New York and began cantfcvued "
the hospital gun '
Shine Raid
Yr to say !that Hilda would..
fee probe are pramoter to manipulate cotton quitting work on the luxury liner
11 Baker, resigned secretary to the allotments illegally under theAgricultural Taken to the Medical Center piers ss early as I pm. Wednes from her present northwesterly!
i Seaafa'a Democratic majority; Reps, Home, Adjustment IIL were Gerald A Fide JHtrt- day. Clerical employes were put Near Santa Fe course toward the north.
Matthew McCIo ey. Philadslphla'1"aeh'actc' w The Department and He top house, Conn, and John R. Cobb, to work handling passengers' At II ..11I", HttoVs eye-nt" ,
: Democratic r officials were absolved however Apopka, Fla. luggage and three big ships deadly cairn santor af low prop.
h 'fund raiser, and former ambassador Turlington of any deliberate com Fish wu listed as being In the British Queen Mary, the Gov Fsrrto Bryant and ItatoBevtrsge sure from which furious wind
y to' Ireland, and Dsa> B. plicity In Estos' schema: Instead serious condltloa with s fractured American Independence and the Director Richard. 'are spawned was JIG mils
I Reynolds, a local Insurance To Debate .Secretary Orville Freeman leg, multiple lacerations, German Bremen-tailed during Keating landed an airplane on south of New Orleans, or sbs*ill
agent. was commended by the possible fractured spine and the alght bterstale-71 today to witness 100 mllea from tha nearest land,, 'I'J
hstaad'of Into : 1 Cwnmtttea Chairman Sen. John possible Internal Injuries Cobb mass.
plunging thapayoff ', For the past few days ship. {y
fiats seizure of Illegal whisky la
Representatives Mailory McCtellan, D-Ark., for taking Is under observation possible ( '
charge, the Senate Rules ping companies especially to The Weather Bureau said poVttons .
Committee called district, elf i- 'Home and Ralph Turling' prompt remedial action once Internal mJurhM." the vast port of New York moonshine raids. low-lytog coastal roadt1
ctots u lilt lextoff wit saes ton will lock hens In I 'PoJw.I. 'the scope of Estes' activities'were Reports Indicate that one of bad advanced some sailing/ At stout noon, State beverage m Lwtotoni would probably he/:h hIf
for teslliiHiiy about details of, I...... to be held at the Of brought to his ...... /the men was to the truck's dates and rushed loading of passenger agents and Alachua County flooded tonight w,
;the'stadium project the totting Medical Cantor Auditorium; A report filed yesterday by "sleeper" at the time of the ships and fnightara' by sheriff depattea raided Iwo Hilda ..." veer' to tharfrth !,
of bids, subsequent changes: m' the permanent subcommittee eninvestlgationa accident. It to set presently hiring extra longshoremen ta or stills nine mites north of Alscbua > -. prIIIctId her prim
tha: contract and related oat' W aaday'J'+ Oct. 7,.at.I.pm.Acsordtag marked tilt end known which man was driving. der to get tha ships to sea before on a graded road hading ant course maid lake her to tilt; t
terse" of an often spectacular public SbarffTs{ Fred K. ....... Texas
toMrs. Richard i deputy the strike to the Santa Pa Ranch near densely populated coastA -
hMndry/ Into the spoiling fountctolcareer Wood. who said he ....dsM oft turn to the north would send
...: a Everett: Jordan. D- Plate, program chainosa forOM.Realth keveatlgalid, Joseph Qarras Santa Fe.They .
NCLf VM COflODIlttM ---. of the Texas "BoyWander" saw ao apparent reason for the .,..raember ATLOONational tilt hurricane toward lilt marsh 'ILoalalana
toe newsman It may' ha'asasatime _. W..,., dub that ran from June, accident's occurrence. He said Maritime Union, .has confiscated .IK gallons coast ,']
tefore .... BfcCfeakayttid which to sfoneartoc. the Muss' UO. to November, IMS. ha had not tainted to the men lnonilsed support to the long of moonshine and arraitedMaxle The threat of Hilda caused tha '
Reynolds. art nailed"fo tntsV' Hems will ,..... the Repub4 The Investigation Wit limited Involved, however: and could shoremen. Members of Oman's Reynolds, Jacksonville: 'Atomic Energy Commission to f::f I
11. % > viewpoint. wMtoTjrllng.MB however, to Estes' fraudulent not comment aria be had done union are seamen engine room and Major Thomas, at his postpone far the fifth tone KB ',Jj"{
pisni'&ikbls operations In pooled cotton allotments so There war aa witnesses and steward department workers home on the Brooker road. scheduled underground nuclear !+ }
He aid he '
win for
speak the paaw.crsts. and did not touch directly
the groundwork by brtogsng out The semi a 1M4 model with and other ship personnel below Thomas to believed to be one detonation In the Taium salt '
anthadetaltoaf ... stodtom upon his des l lings ta 2Z.... mites shewing on the officer rank of the ringleaders In the operation domes sneer Iiattle.b! 'g. Maw. "

contract.'awardad McCkuk. i The speakers will :tall fertilizer.mortgagesand tanks for on which imveiistent he has speedometer,' was beaded northon President Johasoa tovoked the officers Indicated.A The New Orleans) Coast heard J.
,,', Ann. im after H aabmlt. sbwt the .Issues af lilt reanpalga > been. convicted both the Texas 171. Tracks and skid marks TafVKartiey Act late Wednesday state beverage agent, Infiltrated said It .had. ndto reports from'
te.nda tow hid of wised fit) 'and the general etocttoaaa and Federal Courts indicated that it .bad. hit centerline for the first tone etoee be the gang about Is the 1 in-
niiiiiflii. "1* 'f chsy retoto net esdy to the There Intimations markers jn .the northbound entered the White ..... weeks ago aa an undercover thai M was being buffeted by :11 1
were frequent
.Sea. John.L WIllhu'.itOaL. aaltonal scene bat to Ptorlda during the investigation lanes, eaustaf M to veer off His action was expected to agent-end tfcte led II me arrests '.1DdI1IId high/ waves north ejHilda's I

charged tit a Senate apasch a. and the adversity. ". ...,.... Plat. of scandals reaching prominent the mud lead to speedy teaaaace ef a today. ...
11II8III ago lIMIt htcOflefceyafaheat. er added., Democratic: figures In Washing. It overturned and was lying court Injunction ordering the The atop said. a track aa Ma
.... cads ar tea and Texas, but these da not crosswtos fa DM median ns longshoreman) tack t. work toraa Toda,',f nidi are part of a deck was washed. overboard bat. ;+
thtr....... M..aace'' Each spender will disc ass to the filed mangled cab torn from the IMay melbiaofl perI n& large-scale) eaaradm going ento tt reported so difficulty. -
today. '
11 \; '!+bnfs ohlpw.......toad lilt bass to the easnaaag. tarapenedanassly appear The IbIrpes&IIdIctInIIIt report/ of traitor.lea. During this tine/sta beard el five niasslis, todudtaf Ala- Red Cross and dvlH ,...
.... "" Bl mlae. ,'.r lea I thus Bradtord and Diva! lea WLDA. Pap I)
rertMreen t'I this sort to contained In "-' ( WBJKB, page I) POtm pip ) I ....:
,' Atsanstoaterebalsalwadaw.
ditional Views"appended at the ......
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end of the two
1 1* ..1 It.. Ift.'I..... sad _.,, members report by of the
.. I), '....... with lie aauleaes. Republican "*" '
committee, Sen. Karl E. Mondt, FOR JR. COLLEGE HERE j
S. D.. and .... Carl T. Carte
10 Towi' w 'Neb. In an extended separataanalysis
1., they say .
F BT t7 "As we read the record afBasse

For Chamber- :ef Cane' ... :t attien "mat...atfaaBpts.... it to to our scouropsatod ... Citizens To Aid Survey

BasayCriilasissVvfcearasMeat : .': ,.. ." t rv J _;,..i h..i! J: ensue aOotss.eto bysMBa _I
III vs'&ssssbar af M .. fraadatontfrom .,01.- A similar eomalttse to expected to be ...... ky the Bradford ::
Om.e.ce, wI speak gadget sts noefptioa.. .. ....- ...., County Icheol Board. Bradford County and Atoehua CosavUM .. ,
It the Catosusai. .Oasaber/ ef : Y' AcmaOy a companion ta this. A ire iMs emstmr s ef disc was Baaed by the have .been Jumped togathsr as a potential ana needing. .4 :
c-s'I-.I......"' freed ttnogh, the actions, aa aelat'>Aaoant to aaatot II. survey far 1 mice, Junior eoOega.upt .
Tea ...,..e waibaajaatTpja. > racer. to act. ef ito "eOkJatoto '....I aa JJJdiai Ceanty nftor tha beard. Basstoiiastr Batted C. D. Manning Jr. told no board bis staff already laid 4

M aba IWvanlk/ e| Plar.hto .trddoiWhy to apfc* Ba ahf Peat CUtee kwdsBng as a teasaarary cassava.lass begun the ."., .
Basdaat farvto. Center / members ...*., toaamMss mob .. ef prpsatosnl dttosaa aa "Our staff atady to wefl ander fill,",IIanniIrC slid. S
da eat bust ...t men sites said.. aa and aMsabers ef bias staff already
, ..
a Chlaajaa.tetia hiejsalnMa af} he Page 7)-, cay Haw esaiilim t aae Btoto) ........ ef ........ !had elate Oeytoaa Beach Asator College studying vacauanal .

III C14 ..... ..,., ..... as fes _alaae by Mud Bear ClasJraiaa & pregnma ..... Vhsto la three ether community snit.Nea .
.. ...... Bngh WflssaW were the eeBewseg: toga ....a Maaataa JWor Coitoa to Bradaasaa.Next .
Y a 1 .... .WaKRE Baas Barry ef aperry: Balah Csstoa Jr. Alsehna aaKksnaa. : .. ... M .
\ .iIIf,1WJII4 CIIoI art t tr TO ,FIND IT.cIcI..24 Mrs. Osaa ....... sdaiatlsB ..... ef nun LeagM afWeeaaa ..... Maantog said, ha wU meet to JacfcioavUto wttft w ,,
't t lssauf........ If at, Vessrs: G. BL ehaJnana af to jUeshaa City Dr. Jamas Wananbergcr and members of the staff of sis' '
.................., .t.. ? a.erdefCaaiaasastonen/ ; 1Ir..., Inc........ leshwd Ostver Divines at Joniar Coflegas tor OM Wale Dept of l saeattoa.At .. +

... t,"'''', ... J.' ........ ..24.2s ally fs..eaaaT sad' Bosh Jordan, darettor ef the Valveratty ef4if that .ae tile format apnOcailaa list a Junior coOegabe eh/"I
,. ........._ :" ., t..... Ia v" ... 25e Ir- < made.If : Y
eu4.. 'eehs 'Ii' oaetm .. .. 2p Alone ppllllg Nttli. esselien msa gar the GiPvtlea.1sr the Stale OepC ef Bdseatton eaatones lilt said .., 1
>.1.I =' b... .... .. 4IM : VBseHasaashsr-* Crumaa: ... Whrar ,Ises rear Ilch.et Jaator .... III PM AtoeJassJsradtord r Canary arm .as aaal or
:4.& -ai' #... h' .... + :: fm .....,. lawyer and Dr. lUkart join step will be to seek auttortoatton to the Utfstotara tits sptsf.ISM .
.... ..... its WeM'e .. ,12.11n ttsJi srawy af Ftortda presssaar ef ........ COLlKgPaaa s> -,*. ./' :

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PEOPLE the NEWSBriefly. Knocks Ticket ChargeAt '"


High School Games

Football programs it Gaines- The parent C. A. Matthew. mom, stated that athletics created

vllle'i three Junior high achooli 2000 NW 23rd Ter., questioned undue pressure on teachers -:

rw came under lire yesterday I the value of football games and students and questioned

School Board Chairman G. where students have to pay 50 the value of the program In

Hugh Williams ordered an Investigation cents to see their own team the overall education process v t
Mr'a. after reading I Itt.ter :play. of Junior high school: students fir

from a parent criticizingthe : The letter which was addre Williams named a six-mem!

Junior high athletic pro led to Westwood Junior HIgh ber committee to' Invea ,ate I

gram. School Principal Russell Sim the complaint. On it are Sup

erlntendent-elect William S. TaLbot

w Weather School Board Member-elect!
Roundup Jasper Joiner board member' .
T. E. Simmons and the three'I

A principals of the Junior big
er "
Under the existing! arrangement "

Or ,. approved. by the boar Keys to WaterlooBill /.
two years ago Gains a-
villa High School underwrite Cake (right), vo-ag 'teacher'at Bnchhojx Junior High receives from local

M'ai6 eases{ play. the,entire coat of ninth grade auto dealer Frank Rldgway, the keys to a station wagon Rldgway. la ,ovld-

A-MO.MV clouov t4 mil/ thnuoji football basketball and track Ing for transportation of the state champion'FFA dairy judging team t.-Waterloo. -

a end Pr/My IH win .Komro, b.wdr.t ft .( w Nien.t r eYrrr e.d/ pro".ms.1n Junior high school. Iowa. Team members, from left are Bill Looney, Jot Smith"Jot 'Montgomery .-

..r toe.y tr m. 10. L.w.N .Gainesville High School pesonnel ,. and David Hunter. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) ,' .
M to 74, fcnMI heath Mvlto N Tmito .
sell the tickets and h.nd-
tn oort. IMI mi Htn tocrmlnt
Mm btu mil, aoWorlymm le all arrangements for the Youths
10 H M mllM Per hour today : Local FFA Leave ,
tomotlno 1lPrNayM.M mlln or lout games. :
.,. Mxltni on* Principals are responsible for

." B C E F-Partly cloudy the conduct of students attendIng -

through Friday with brief the games, eligibility 01 State

,.. local showers mainly during players and the execution: of For Iowa; Represent, : .

:; the afternoon. High today M insurance:. policies to cover In- .

to K. Low tonight In the 70s. .Y lurles. Four local Future Farmers 01 advisor left early this morning Insured the vehicle. '
.. Last the coat '
year program
Southeasterly winds 10 to 20 ,
.CHS 14,500. ,Gate receipts netted America and their advisor Bill for Waterloo. Frank Rldgeway, The Tampa Tribune contrib
j miles per hour. GAINESVILLE WEATHER $600. Cake art en route today to local automobile 'dealer, provided uted PIG toward the team's expenses -

cloiMV WirougH PrUoy where they will' ,the team with a station and Cab said he and
wIMo--.tilt' krM. ..,...... HWi ... Municipal Airport readingsfor The Junior high coaches are Waterloo lows '
day Yre.r .... uw NMo" mN. ""', 21 noun to I a m. today? paid a supplement of $400 'a represent Florida at the National wagon for the trip and t lit his boys are very grateful toall

/ AP wmdioto NX Swi) Dow a..M..vrv'' w,. 11 ne s mrN rN High W U J p.m. Low 'season from CHS athletic funds Dairy Congress, starting Alachua County Farm Bureau the donors.Woman.

N I Portly cloudy gala Wl. o 74 at 4 am. Rainfall.01 ". was dubious of this sr Sunday. I

One Girl Among 2,500 Men :: brio.t.m..rr.I.ud1w., .. N -=: '= Inch.TaMPIMTUf.il. rangement whew we adopted II The FFAers, who make up More AboutCollege InHospital

and''I'I' t". Low BLSSWNSRSKm two yean ago," Williams .Id. the state's top FFA dairy JudgIng -! ,
r'': wind. ,"We need to re-examine the Joe Montgomery
Sharon Rat Wilson of Madison, Ind. the only coed I J-pirtly M mllM: tlouoV Mr hour with MIN. locil I J.cb.wwNN .......,.. N N L flMows. InAe 'whole program In light of this of team Mr.are and Mri. H. I* Montgomery .
among 2,500 Air Force ROTC cadets at Purdue University today. I.cr uOg .I.udYw. = + :: :*: ,1a' son
.I. Hunter
: ::..::::::::: letter. Micanopy; David -
Hit Maws wX PrMoy NIb ,
.i can only dream of flying the B-58 Hustler, today M I* ..HnlfM. Low s.nlM. uooor 74.oor A"III" ................ 7f N ..qMvb..t.rly of Mr. and Mrs. David fter'Crash
tlt.lnod.lah. holds. See story on pact 11 W... It N rally _:: .Ofl= :: : t... IOn
.hour. .. .:::;::::. Hunter Sr., Gainesville; Joe From ]1
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DaRER GIFT HE QUITS ...-Portly..... ,..clmov.......today c_NWMeth' .............. ..........., .J M .1{ I Registration Smith whose parents are Mr. A Gainesville woman was admitted
i Jj __ ten.... owed Pr...,. Nrelr ... KMin... .....".r.ft. IJ and Mri Nelson Smith Gainesville Officials of the State GI last night to Alachua
n MOomor Deadline
city Near
Mrs. .Jobs F. handy has |') MM VM TlMM _day..uooor. '". Low toolont" M., lovttvCIOAi ..,......y.,....... M MPt and Bill Looney son of Wit t General Hospital,after receivIng
wed 11 N to rally Per : Including
<,doimW, two-Irish deer to the One of South Viet Nam'sthree bow _Worm ?......... 71 M and Mrs. Marvin Looney multiple lacerations: and
Mr. and Supt .
ChlldNn'i Zoo In New YorleCUI" ruling generals. Uoat our TIOSSPrMiy ........ today ALMANAC.... ........ ':1' om.IwirlM Today Friday and Saturday Jr., Gainesville. I oarger D. State already have contusslons In sa automobile accident
Central Park. GeL Tray Thin Khlem, Is to Hlfii M Hill '.m. lm .itM tomorrow ......... on ...... art the last opportunitiesto Is vocational mas Bailey at NE lib St. and NE
.. ,. MoonrlM tomorrow ..... Advisor Cake stated they believe the two-
: m. *X 4 t m
to In the
J Tht'deer arrived Wednesday leave the country today., thgovernment Now Moon ; .,.InoN'miMAatae register vote Nov. teacher at B u c n- lath Ave.
; agriculture county area is a potential Junior
J from the Kennedy estate, "Wtx- announced POieCAITSAIT TO* vory 1VINd"NOM' nut Wollwrool ) general election. His Mrs. Isabel Barrett 87 SW
VLPl IWHWMt to Ml* Most "NM" II t/r. M_ Vlllut, hola Junior High School. college area.Acquiaitlon ,
1{ ford,* In Virginia. They were today .MM It to II tnm tontoM" and ''<. .... botwom Vomit .M tMdw. Registration books will be team members were his 20th St., driver of the car which
given-to her In 1963 by Eamon thin apparently Lwal, m.NNy an.m..a -. M.ar II 'a.euw. open In the county courthousein dairy students at Buchholz last February of the old PO.I'collided with one being driven

do Valeri, president of Ireland. removing .one Gainesville until t p. m. when they placed fifth Office building, which will be by David E. Hancock SOt NE

snide Kennedy recently purchased source of fric GE Union Reach AccordTo today, and from I a.m. to 1 I In judging competition the vacated sometime this month, 4th Ave., is reported to be in

I an apartment on Fifth tIon'aroudPremier p.m. Friday and Saturday. State Fair In Tampa.In from the General Services Administration satisfactory condition A passenger -

Avejiut, i few blocks from the Nguyen runoff at the University would pave the In Mrs. Barrett's car,
loot Khanh. Avert Strike Threat Joy Rider9 of Florida of the top 10 FFA way of a temporary campus Betty M. Home was treated
Khlem Is to'' teams of the for the Junior college another d for Injuries and released.
; CLACKS RIB tour several Arrested On- dairy Judging county vocational Instruc- Hancock was beaded south on
SCHENECTADY N.Y. nationwide the Buchholz team
(AP) avert a possible State Fair
NE th and
countries whicha ional programs.A > St. Mrs. Barrettwas
i Hawed Adenaser former -The General Electric Co. and I strike against GE by the union. Theft placed first and won the right
r. ChargeTwo headed west on NE Uth
.' WeitJ! Germanchancellor / aid to providing South' a local of the Internationa 1 Negotiators worked out the to represent Florida In competition resolution asking the GSA Ave; Hancock's car skidded 10
hat' Union of Electrical :Workentached I final details of a new pact about at the National Dairy Con 10 turn over the building to the
Viet Nam In Its war effort young Georgia boys o n I feet before Impact. Mrs. Bar.
tap :protecting agreement early today; an hour after the midnight deadline in late mode I School Board for education
agalnia the yiel Cong Insurgents, a Joy ride a gress. rett's car traveled 36 feet after
Ii a rib-'ha crack-j the anaouncament aald." III a dlsputa over a pay plan to, set by the company. GE .pjts 'car were arrested bGainesville In Waterloqthe local FFAeri purposes was adopted unanimously Impact and landed In a

I iedlfit: a fallthryeweeks Th* withdrawal of the (,en- had threatened to cancel a $60- police/yesterday l i will compete In two con after board architect Jack ditch.

; eral; was one of the demand Christmas Gift million modernization program after a service station operate. testa: Judging of live dairy an Moore reported the old buildingwas No charges have been filed.
jagot :But th*. ben if the IUE did not accept maul. and judging of dairy prod In good shape and n o Gainesville police Invest-
"reportedl/pat 'totJChuh; by on W. University Ave Aid theysold are
"- will be Involved In
> cost
U i year cldsumfman Buddhist leaders and military scholarshipsAwarded a new pay schedule for piece- two hub from their lICit: great gating.
', la' work employes.The caps proud of his team converting U Into a sekoe J
commanders who Cake, very
saved the to
ate model sports car a cus-
J reported .to be government against an abortive To 3 union had charged that tamer at his service station. members said U Is very unus- building.The More About

:feeflng well.Hshaa coup attempt on Sept. 1) GE plan to switch: about one- He became auspicious and called list (for a Junior high school GSA had made today the'
eonitlnuej Three building construct 01 third of the plant's 1,000 employcs the Incident. team to win' In state compel I deadline for the School Boardto

hit dally walks at MsI NOT CHEESE majors at the University 0 f from their piece work Investigation showed the car tines since they are competing make the request. It maybe BakerFrom

vsckQbn villa near Cadenabbla, Itl Now Vr Thm Florida' got fttO Christmas rates to lesser straighthourlywages wd been token near Atlanta against boys who are two to as long as N days before

:Italy' A scientist: who had i leading fit ahead of time Wednesday violated' GE-IUE con- The boys are being held on a three years older and who have the GSA makes a decision. 1aed.Johneoa
nllhL tracts. I barge of theft and their par had that many more years In Page
row in interpreting the Ranger Moore said about the onl
UNCONCERNED Donald S. Barnes a Jackson- 1
The ents notified. experience campaign fund
2 rob TIIMtMsident 7 close-up pictures asserted yesterday vilit senior Clifford A. Hammer company contended that hub and their major repair cost Involved will
rid NM the piece-work rates were TIlt man who bought the The team members through Baker. Williams referred
that much of the lunar pricing
: Josses Indicated surface lavs. Miami senior and GeorgeHemenway it out of competition with spa for $8 took the boys' receipt be repairs to the leaky red till to the alleged overpay
ye'letllly that he does not.shareexpressed Coca Beach Junior, to the police station and roof of the old building at 101 ment on the bond premium as a
TIll moon, he aid Is con- foreign manufacturers and other MoreAbout
about < SB ted Place.: Some leaks in
concerns were presented the first achol- back and
"sand-blasted" domestic firms. got his money payoff a kickback.
safety and will continue atently by high tht HomeBuilders I the wall masonry also will t
rahlpe by
''hi.. with crowds on his speed particles from pact .! Awn of Jack Under the new pact, all em- More About HildaFrom need patching, Moore said. I President Johnson, with
I r mixing Then Impacts he believes .' Dloves would be an a straight. Other than that the building whom Baker was closely associated
, tmela.
: to the knock more material off the eonvllle. hourly pay .y.t ni-: The ; seems In excellent shape the when Johnson was' the
: TW report was given of the moon than Is added to the lunar The scholarships: are designated piece-rate workers would rePorts 1 architect reported. Democratic leader of us Senate -
the Secretary Page
.by as tile group's Christmas ordered
Dillon. Dll- surface by the bombardments ceive compensatory "There Is plumbing on an an Investigation by
tTre.Clry. these other memtberf TIle speaker was Dr. Gerard Scholarship Fund. al allowances." agencies mobilized quickly forHlida. floors, and the beating a a d the FBI. .McOoakey: Issued a
.Ion -Mid:of till the. PrtsWent'i Com- P. Knlper director of the lunar Funds for the scholarship: program From Page 1 Evacuation centers were electrical systems were both tetement saying ho had paid
and planetary laboratory at lilt are raised by associate established in Inland areas and the exact amount tot which he
renovated In 1KI. Some additional
Warren Report Civil
mlttH on the' University of Arizona in Tucson.Dr. umbers of the association 1 Defense Inquiry would Investigate reportto began receiving residents of the was billed by Reynolds
: with lilt President lighting will be requlr
ihad.Juat mot the President and conduct a
Kuiper displayed a photograph Instead of sending clients and 1o".lylnlltCtIont. Williams'. charge set off
:for !6 hit New England trip transmitted to earth by customers Christmas gifts, they Deputy Director latest union membership vote on the I Hilda was the tint Gulf hurrl Moore said the existing pea demand from Republicans: for a

THortlay. Johnson shook soZmaity Ranger 7 seconds before it hit are notified by the association offer by managementThe cane of the season and the fifth UUons of the old M-by-Utfoot reopening of the Investigation

hands thit he ended the the moon. It showed sn area hat a donation was designated Speaks FridayGeorge board was appointed by I of the year. The others have building are suitable for classroom Into Baker's multiple outside

day with his own hand one-third of which he said was 'n the firm's name to the acho' an executive order on the basis 'churned through the Atlantic arrangements and no extensive financial: and business dealings
tonIC that the strike could the
seratchsd and bruited. He stood the "original" floor of a lunar .rsMp fund.Vandals. L. Robinson deputy Imperil I Three tropical storms did lICIt partitioning will I be before he resigned under 'fire
atkm'i health and ..ndalftd
sip alone In his convertible car "...." director of the Florida Civil De- safety 'reach hurricane Intensity. I needed. He said it might coat last Oct 7 from Ms .11,..*
the movement of food and
for fofl moments to exchange It's contours were rounded by Paint ense program will apeak to other essential The billion-dollar Louisiana as little u II." to patch the year Senate poet .
perishable products -
:r.m ris with tilt crowds.ARMS the erosion of Impacting particles the Association for Community. offshore oil operations were roof and wall leaks paint the The Rules Committee's Democratic
be said but he added: Sorority House wide Protection from Nuclear to heavily populated areas hut down late Wednesday and Interior and put to a few extra majority had closed the

: DEAL "This It unmistakably an eroded Attack Friday al noon. More About crews and personnel were taken Ights. hearings last spring amid GOP "

:e President Sukarae of Indo3Mtlk lava aurfact." The Gainesville Police De- The meeting will bt at the ashore. Moore said the size of t1w''charges: ef whitewash and cow ..1

left for Geneva today forMa rtraent received: a report yes- Piggy Park Restaurant ban- Many residents of Cameron building M.OOI square ,feet). s 'snap charges mat Republican ;
: Moscow FOR BARRY erday from Kay Jenkins that quet room. WreckFrom Parish the coastal ana to presidential nominee Barry f'
visit to : Asa ,
two-day ha said "ended. In the I.. Moo V.. TkMO the anchor and house letters The talk will Include CD southwest Louisiana where "It as much usable ipecia Ooktwater has stressed, to his t
:whkh Richard M. Nine began a al the Delta Gamma sororityhouse programs and legislation, including more than 50 0 lives were test toH7 Howard Bishop Junior High 'election: campaign., f
st success. nationwide 101 W. Panhellenlc Dr. shelter systems. Page _1 wild Hurricane: Audrey School." he said.
Defense MinisterAbdul month-long, campaign !
JiIIon.11an Nasuttoa In Garden City for Barry had been' smeared with red Robinson, a retired colonel 1-73 Is in the final stages of struck, moved mland. I After beartif Moon's report,
Harts reIn -
Goldwatar and access of liberal paint. She said black paint had attended West Point and the construction at the point of the Evacuation at Cameron was board member Lester Hodge
Md behind possibly with con-the Republican candidates been thrown Into the doorway)U.s. Army flying school. Be- accident. Southbound traffic to :hampered the' loss eta pontoon !moved foe a reaohition. askingthe FUNERAL

an arms deal The former ,Vice Presidenttold and splashed on the floor, door fort Joining the state C D diverted onto the a or m al l h I bridge across Ike Inter- GSA for ON of the buildInf. .

: hundreds of cheering Republicans and a chair. agency In IMS, he was tn duty northbound lanes, making It, In I coastal: Waterway. The bridge, The three members pro- t
RRIEDMagsayay al the Garden City The Incident occurred on a I with the Strategic Air Command. a two-lane highway. 1 knocked out by a towboat haAuguat sent Hodge,C. Hugh Williams

,: Hotel that isle campaign would fraternity Initiation night An 1'1ftc:1. one oft the detour. has been temporarily and T. E. tomans, adopted H NOTKESGalntsvfllt x

.. Jr., son take him into at least M states investigation la being made. The meeting b public. markers that the truck hit I i replaced by t ferry. .' nanfaneuahf. Absent wen WU- xi xPH

c., late president of the and cover IS.OM miles. lard Williams and Dale Smith.

I was married Wed- Ht appealed to Republicans Another,...... Jack Dun: :.. e

ta.Manila .to Isabel DelIs to give Sen. CoMwatsr their I ranee -representing the Boa =.
of Coanmissioners AM.n r a.w r.a...rr.
County aid .
wholehearted support despite rw Pw.w der..., a and I
j a member of a proml- whatever differences they held r.r the'ceuat1 and city had made w..-...e.. .........--.-.-,

rfamily'aad until recentlyreceptloabtgWde with the Arizona conservative. 'I.' a similar request for nee ef the ....... --. .. -N ...
:i at the :Nina declared mat their differences building as a fine arts and Lair III .. 1_ c....,

>p> pa PtYOiea at tile New were far mater. with trial ramjet bet IIIIIr regthodI. .

ScrttWortd-i Fair. President Johnson.JMore denude
."Wt wash ate la defer our Sun -.

About N i request. la fiver of yours," Durranct .
saidSuperbtesdadeMd ... NiIIt::
I William '
i Estes 0-ss bin' p, ,,
S. TiBet olds building may aodwmu c......., es tot 3gI1d
' bt pnestd tale service in the ,..., .
I nancy's adni sad vocationalprsgrssa. wowed M wend.
1 cr.a
From 1 ....
Pace edacafiw sang briers Cs.._I M,si tosculATim,..., OHIDI a
tt canU kmatt a Jamor eat- .:
aria den haaciioa... faulty the G.O.P. PiwUtattal a a .1 II';

'JudI-aIIt 10 sap ledlvMdwl ... :Viet Presidential Candidates respectively Teri at fewahla- right new CAL;wu=,

ictaJs 01 till deparbrseltt : have often referred kMhmg bra pica to traaato 1 .. gjasuaar..la1
: Because of till fttotijt mildmas to ills. BUUe Sol Bates case, .haws gist Lie mail PrscflcUI M .... ............ ...
of the lanfivfe tf fts re awPra.rasBTalbttid .. ..-. "' ........
pert. Us uatfuhNM as S. Re- long with. the Bobby Baker for Action' a : :' .. .we ..... ..
pubbcaa campaign document case, as evident ef the. corruption Ready fpm LMf progrsaa Is now .

pails! some doIII&., Out ,Is tolerated in Standing o a naif at MwaHn .. Taltfanla In this. It* secret YF1U .. ...... wile tag wing of Oat Aaachoa CanSM t wsw r eems...:

Both See. Barry Goldwater Washington by UM Democratic President Jela..a first caW th A-It... Fekrrary. Making{ sea first p.Mte appearance, tt as able U fly MlsspYaL bss& ilia traepltal eMia.w

and Ren.. WUiam B. Miler. administration. tkrn UtI. the speed of sued (ever ZIPS aph). w swirlier .. .. ., spans. .Isr Ms ,owe _w.w-- rwua. .. =..

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I. 'l Miller Downs Goldwater Says Slow Pace By CHI-

F LLOWING. tn Jobnson'sSummit

Lost V.' S. Its: Position' In Asia

The Campaign IdeasRENO

By JACK BELL of such a'prospect, Goldwatersaid ling strong." hear him out.
Nev. (AP) The WITH GoUwater in Indiana Johnson Is giving more attention He added "If they are running In his new attack on Johnsor
Republican candidate for vice (CAPsen.) Barry Goldwater to politics than to foreign strong,. I am running the GOP nominee .If;thet;
president has fired a charge of launched a drive for Indiana's and domestic crises I I' was a "sleepwalker.,.ace" I I
: Johnson's Fast "p lillcs": at President John-,13 electoral votes today with the I In Jeffersonville, Goldwatar strong" I which "Americans arQBked :
Politicking '. reported Intention to meet assertion that the U.S. positionin called for the election of a Republican He said former Vice President give their lives in VleMtam. T'
Asia "has virtually colapsed" Congress he said Richard. .,Nixon .and former:return they are given JouWetalJ
Europe with NATO leaden ,
later.'l becasue of a 'sleep would be responsive to the wishes hid and evasion."
As Campaign Gets in Gear and, later, hold a summit conference walker peace" maintained by I of the people rather than a advised President blab Herbert fire Hoover'at''Johnson I' "W. know our boys hew bee ;,
with Soviet Premier President Johnson Congress similar to the presentone sent out to fight and to Cl( wit
Khrushchev. I Goldwater, GOP presidential,, which he said takes orders[ !in* "softon.communUmcharge obsolete equipment*.Jig! ;Ilk
,, ,WASHINGTON nominee, swung into action fora I Sen. Barry Coldwater spoke In he.had made against the "and we know eaorr
(AP) The turned up hi nearly a scare eI, rally staged by the Liberal Rep William E. Miller of New President[ In Ohio' :ands i was my
great political campaign of ISM states' since be received the State seven-speech day of whistle- eight Ohio 'cities Wednesday, gave the Communist fly a
ty of the ,which has in Indiana
York said in a statement prepared to repeat
has* month and two days to go Democratic presidential nomination stopping with a morning appearance and the large applauding alert of W minutes in.deanof
now and President Johnson Is so be Is wen on the way him its candidate, too. Wednesday night that "the an- at Jeffenonville. Police estimated 1 crowds left him pleased with Ms today. a crucial counterattack:;
going to be on the go most of the to hitting his goal of 39 or more From than"on,. the to this country's disintegrating "the crowd .at 700 1 prospects for carrying that I In his last' Ohio appearance: "Fhy"does the ]leader< IN
time, starting with a swift trip states between now and voting tial schedule. '......t been alliances .Is not a In a speech prepared for Indianapolis politically vital state. in the Mdhouse of !DM University administration rush Indrwowd.
to Baltimore today. day Nov. 3. 'nounced.. "But" several .ft} quick Lyndon Johnson summit at noon, Goldwatersaid Goldwater acid In an Interview of Toledo Wednesday night and rush off on furtouatjHitlci
without explanation that that Robert A. Taft Goldwater heckled by an trips 'i. taxpayers'
The visit to Maryland' biggest Starting next Tuesday, the expect .000t conference with Khrushchev in Rep was cxjgnfee -
cities him :. the Chinese Communists are Jr., candidate for the Senate organised group of students.He without ever rushing to-wtfror.
heavy campaigning
is related order .
to up
it city not strictly a campaign politicsbut again. In the next four days, there have been signs'he, to let him know how sccommodating "preparing to set off a nuclear from Ohio, and'Rep. Oliver tried to quiet them by saying he the American peoplolg'grlou:
trip. The President will be back I Johnson will be in on the start turn up in Pittsburgh w. will be with bomb that might well be heard I Bolton, candidate for Ohio eongressmanalrlarge. believed most of them were discussion, and ,honeMM&sckNew '
later on to address a Democratic and the end of Lady Bird John and Philadelphia two days the Communists around the world" In the fare "are run- lades and gentlemen and would sure? :".

rally on Oct.8. I son's whistle-stop expeditioninto "
He accepted air invitation for the South by special train
today's appearance to talk in a He win turn up along the'way It -
lecture aeries on the 19(4 election at least one point, too.
at the Johns Hopkins University .I Tuesday morning the President : .1
-:at the behest of Dr. sends the First Lady on ia,1te1wieto} SefecL.Clmiitjm '
Milton Eisenhower, brother of her way at nearby Alexandria, 'w: J
the former.president and a Re Va.. then flies to Raleigh N.C.,
publican. that night to meet her there and j
.Johnson was getting back to I make speech.. Friday her tour Y

outright day at a politicking White House later meeting in the reaches Orleans the end and of the the President line aNew wt Gifc eL Fine JeweL Firm Goat, ;

win be there too.
with of
representatives an organizing -
committee for Wom- In between he to' going to
en's Independent Citizens for Iowa, Illinois, Indiana., Ohio and 1 '
Johnson. It includes such peopleas Kentucky. BECAUSE: GORDON'S HAVE THE LARGEST SELECTION AT SENSIBLE PRICES!: :

former Secretary of Welfare Then there's a flying trip to -
Oveta Culp Hobby and singer San Francisco for a day-early
Ethel Merman. Columbus Day parade on Oct. i
And after that, the'President 11 an event which Democratic .
will be rolling along through a nominees attend on the
heavy schedule of swoops out of other side of the continent in
Washington Into at least 11 New York. But Johnson will
a,, states and probably a' good show up In New York's Madison'
many more. He already has Square Garden Oct. U for a I' t

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; Humphrey's Busy Also;

Follows Strict ScheduleDES .

MOINES, Iowa (AP- economy by using God's'bounty t "
, Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey wisely and to develop out resources
. plunged Into another IJ-hour for the benefit of aU.our 1 I Ie
J day for the Johnson-Humphrey citizens" r
ticket today, following the sun I Training his sights on Arizona d. t
. from North Dakota to the state Sen. Barry Goldwaler's statement -
: of ,Washington in pursuit of that he '.would sell, the M 9
votes. TVA, Humphrey said, "I wantto 1
,On the vice-presidential can assure you that President
didate's schedule, which looks ,Johnson and I are not going to MI.
more like a railroad timetable, :sell the TVA for a dollar. We '
are stops In four cities after ,are not going to sell the Garrison {
leaving Des Moines -f Bismarck : Dam for 50 < ,,N')).; Glasgow Mont; not going to tell Grand Coulee '+ :n i
Spokane, and Seattle, Wash. for two bits." -
There Is a press conference, a Humphrey' suggested that if ,.
local radio Interview, a picture-I Goldwater had been president *
taking session with North Dakota I W yean ago "and the nation's NNe'.T
candidates, a news conference I first,reclamation project, .Theodore -
and four speeches And I Roosevelt Dam, hadn't \
,, probably more. He enjoys cam- I been built, there wouldn't be I'
paigning. Ha will speak at the I much business today for the
drop of the first chorus of "Hel- I Goldwater department store"
a lo. Dolhr." "In fact" he added, "there
,The first speech on the docket wouldn't be many people living ,
was at Bismarck: across the in the desert region we now call
line.from the, senator's native Phoenix, Arls"
South Dakota at the Western Wednesday Humphrey hit the i i
States Water and Power Con edge of IllInois and cut ,Into ,
ference. I Iowa telling some JJOO persons f fI fI
'''n.. goal of the Johnson- at a Des Moines fund-raising
Humphrey administration," he dinner that Iowa will lead the
'said In his prepared remarks,I Midwestern farm states In the I
"must be to build a stronger Democratic column this tall. : 1 .


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THE E"t \ i; FBI'Didn't, tl tlfS'

010"11 .. HARRIMIbMT PiU..t" esd
..ekMr. COWLIS. VIM ,.... SOUTHBy Call It RiotsBy
Florida' Beautiful ewer I* JOHNSON VK rMMmt
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wrtMMf. 11 iasIIsri .......* ,... "...... ..-... \
Vic ftwMMl" see Cirelli..... MIII_. M tt. AUMU Id*.) e......... WASHINGTO" Tie' Federal Bureau of Investigation '

....... POLICY 1 'a subdivision of the attorney general's dep.rtmenlmust ;
THE SUN'S v55/ ,
N have had s difficult tinu. writing: the report ordered by "

1. (Report Ihi news fully ertrf Importlolly In the newt column SpeakingOf President Johnson on the subject ef !the recent riots ta nine I 1
2. Express the opinions ef *. Sun In-but only In--tdltorlolt. 3 cities. The origin and:causes of these disturbance have '
I. Publish all sides of Important controvfnlal IIMIM.J become a topic of debate In the current political campaign. J

Considering the overtones of politics and the general sensi ,
The Sun9. telephones: All departments 378-1411 The'Lawless tivity at this tine about government written reports on controversial -

w --+ t issue, the FBI did a good job and left it to the .
at public to read between the lines.
I :5 Vote The report says there was "at discernible pattern of organization .
Negro Responsibility of the riots from city to city" but that In each

case "as mob spirit swept through the crowd it became increasingly
; Banta ii one Southern city where nil is the first time since Reconstruction There are sign that if Senator unruly; began atoning police officers and civil-

I iCsfroea have no trouble registering that Negroes have been Goldwater hal not been tan and the ominous surge of a mass of violent people bent J

siSlT:voting. :But only 60 per cent of elected to public office in Alabama.It taught a lesson the end p rosiy on destruction spread through the street,".

5 .cIi ta'. registered Negro voter will not be the last. uct of which Is humility heat a What causes s mob. to give vent to Its feelings! 'What
least ha* learned restraintin has been the psychological: / Impact of the series of street 1
i bothered going to the polls in the
one subject + w JVMNi nt "demonstrations" in 'America,, however orderly they were '
JJCent primary election. The famed Tuakegee Institute designed to beT What has been the Influence of the barrage
.. gives the town an unusually high In his search for votes the CAROM SHOT of public : statements:uttered by Negro and white leaders nc'
Senator has been
prhe primary involved at least two proportion of Negroes, about 70 per restoring law and order talking and of DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS who repeatedly predicted via- ,
Democratic races in which civil right cent of the total, although there are of making our streets safe COLUMNISTS. lance u the "civil rights" bill I '

: figured prominently. In one Repre- many Southern towns with Negro Once or twice he mentioned __ wasn't passed ,immediately

3 senUtive Charles Weltner the only majorities .The Institute also gives that "our wives all women On ) and rigidly enforced? (

1 Southern member of Congress to vote Tuskegee an unusually high propor- feel unsafe on our streets." Warmongering '"A "common characteristicof

Z in favor of the Civil: Rights Act was .tion of well-educated Negroes whose This was a direct appeal to 'the riots,". "says the FBI .
prejudice and an effort fur- report, "was senseless
| opposed for renomination by a candi- voting,.habits and conduct in public ther to distort the civil rights By WALTEa'UPPMANN on all constituted a authority Stuck I
not want a war. But he Is elgn affairs: instinctive
date who sharply condemned his. vote office Ought to dispel whit '
; appre problem. Gen. Dwlght'! Eisenhower suffering from that most and impulsive preference for without purpose or object. '
; on the bill. hensions. After a few days of 'thts says It is "tommyrot" to dangerous of all the illu- the ultimatum rather than While In the cities racial tensions

1 twisted logic, there appeared think that Sen. Barry Gold- snns of. statement the for negotiation., That is why were' a contributing "
In the other race, voters had an opportunity Nonetheless, when Negro voter in print the coldly factual water is a "warmonger"that Illusion of omnipotence. without intending tq have a factor, none of the nine occurrences -
in reached publication of the Federal is to say, a man who war, lie would to be was a 'race riot' In
to unseat Superior Court .registration 1057 400 Bureau Thus, if one studies his prove a
wants to start a But accepted meaning of the
J Judge Durwood Pye, an outspokensegregationist (another high proportion for the of Investigation the does remarks on foreign policy precipitator of warlike crises phrase.
Uniform anybody say that Bar and They were not riots
Crime of
2 whose tough handling South, because of the Institute),' .FBI baas It" comparisons Reports. The on Goldwater .wants a war? one finds that his id'a of crisis perhaps of a .war the of ultimate an- of Negroes' against whitesor

JjoL defendants in civil rights CUlt against 600 white registrants, the entrees committed for each 1 know of no one who say diplomacy Is to deliver an nihilation.For whites against Negro

t,.drew widespread criticism. whites panicked at the proipect of 101,000 'of population. it, or thinks It. Whit fa be,. means Is what he says he And they were not s direct
iii eventual Negro control.'To forestallit ing said Is that be is the j!, would solve all our difficult him the outer world outgrowth of conventional civil
Aid what city has one of kind of Inn who would be problems by Issuing an ultimatum ) doe not really exist: the right protest Victim of
: Weltner managed to win; but only they dismembered the city severing the highest crime rates of much more likely than to somebody.He ., foreigner who live beyondthe rioting were often Negro

S; after a bard. race and by a small the half in which virtually all the ,nation President Lyndon Johnson would solve the Vietnamese aeaa art not other men store owner is well as white.

1 nargin. Pye also won-tut only be- the Negroes lived. Tb Senator's home city to get us into a big war. conflict by an ultimatum with whom we must live on Their assaults wen aimedat \
Z cause the vote against him was split Phoenix, Arizona. This charge, which'Is affecting to Hanoi and an ultimatum ) this planet, but abstractionswho Negro a* wen a* white police .

e between two candidates. A Negro at- 'It was this action and not some the campaign! pro to Peking. H e will vanish If the Pres- officer struggling to reiton I
THE: MURDER rate In foundly Is that Senator Gold would get rid of the nuisance ident bark at them. order."
=.: tcfrney who entered the race' drew awful economic decline that made the Phoenix Is higher than In water's admiration ef brinkmanship In Cuba by. an ultimatum what "
21,000 votes away from Pye'schief, census figures for Tuakegee in 1980 New York and far above that ,' his Impulsive willingness to Castro. He would THERE HAS BEEN no "in But is a race riot ,

E'opponent, who would otherwise. have and 1ISO read 1,712 and 1,750 respec. of Wishlnjton D. C. Phoenix to threaten nuclearwar remove the Berlin wall by serious discussion about foreign the phrase"the accepted A meaning of. I"

won the nomination. Negro leadership tively. The economic decline came showed In the 1961 FBI could put toll country en ultimatum to. the Soviet affair In this cam who Negro officer
helps white
reports J.400 crimes 100- In the position where the paign. There is not likely ,to a officer
per only IOVG'IIIftIllL"
with along won enough after the dismem make
\ was split some prominent an arrest of
a Negro I II
GOO to 1,_ In New York. The choice left was between be. For the President live
r; Negroes urging support for the Negro berment. Negroes effectively boy- murder rate in the Senator's surrender and nuclear war. 1 EC: IS AT PAINS to deny in the daylight world and considered by a Negro mobto
i. candidate and others calling on 'cotted ,white merchants, and the\ home city was lot to 5.1 in It Is not that Barry Gold that he Is "rigger-happy," there he deals with Russians be hostile to his own pea
ple. It Is .
= Negroes to vote for Py.'.. white opponent town practically died. In 1960 the'. New York. In Phoenix the water wants to .have. a war; and General Eisenhower Is and Chinese and Germans true that the mob action

,:: ,. Atlanta's voters will have U.L.Supreme Court saved .Tuskegeeby forcible rape" rat was appalltag. \- It Is that .be denounces every now .testifying that no one and South Americans and may not of be a "direct"outgrowth

f another chance to unseat Pre, how. ordering it reassembled. 11.1 as against 104 la alternative to wet ss surrender who hi*'seen a war could Vietnamese and Cypriote civil "conventionat" -
Washington D. C., and 10 In appussnwnt) or cow- want a war. But Barry all of whom are very different when protest but
j even In the runoff made necessary' New York. The' robbery rate ardice.THE'CRUCIAL. Goldwater is undeniably ultimatum and most of whom are tensions admittedly are
g: by his failure to win a clear majority. Negro voter registration. gradually. In New York wat IS.4 against! happy And this very ornery. They all have present it can hardly be I

climbed, and ,by this year ..' out. 741 la Phoenix. .fallacy ofus mites him a wry danger certain things in common.In persuasively recent argued that the
.E The Atlanta voting Is a 'reminder numbered white registration '1,188 Juvenile military uunung ana or one nun. For there a re the daylight world the rights"agitation often on "civil I
delinquency rates -
: that securing the right to vets is to 1,029. The Negro council uclldatllCn. are shockingly high in Phoe- his Jdsss about foreign policy powerful 11..."' and proud not President create knows them. that He he knows did Intemperate statements spurred by by
Ia.the ,
just part of the battle. Negro leaders ) a civil rights leader and assumption that nations which: oppose us on Negro leaders bad
nix.Phoenix the United States must be various issue, A President that he does not own them. no connection -
I must also overcome the apathy that'affJlctilO the other: a 'Talk.... faculty mem has a populationthat and will be obeyed by all who would conduct foreign And he knows that he cannot whatsoever with the

many of their people, and ber-polled 949 and 904 votes, whit is well The over largest 90 per ethnic cent the rest of \the world, by Its policy by ultimatum is failing command them. building in America.up of racial tensions

the Jeadll'l.th.rueJVM must be able against 704 and 732 for the white in- group Is Mtxlcsn. A* minority adversaries, Its rivals Its to resins that other. But Barry Goldwater does
to. agree on electoral goals if Negroes cumbenti. group the Mexican population allies Here again Is that unreason people are Ilk* Americans not live in the daylightworld The FBI faced a dilemma

E are to have an effective voiceat openly complains of illusion of the dreamer: the -m that, driven to It, 'they and he does not deal also in writing Its report ,
ef Superman that will fight rather than sur with real people, only with about
economic, political and legal alleged
the polls. When Negroes are elected to office SH be
: opponents caa commanded render.
the good guys and the bad
discriminations. Some feelthat
throughout the South, as they surely] : to dlssppesr. This is the specific danger guys of Superman's Imag activities In connection with \
sine believe I
another in the be within this be groups Of course senator does of Goldwiterlsm In the riots. The FBI says:
2 It was quite story will decade, it will they receive. lass consideration the for- ining.
i little city of Tuskegee, Ala. Two Negroes painful for whites. The paid will be in court thin oth "A number of charge hive 1

: won seats on the five-member reed if Negro voters show patienceand er citizen this explains the been made mat various organisations

; City Council in ft runoff election, doI restraint The Tuskegee Negroeswere very high crime statistics. How to: Read the Report riot In instigated the
Police with reason, that one city or another.
featlng white incumbents, and the advised by their leaders not to say TheM
the winter climate attract .y WILLIAM BUCKLEY JR. .concerning background of the United States chants have SMH e
I mayor was ousted by a white man vote entirely on racial lines' becauseno visitors many undesirables The Warren Report is. afar Oawsld wa solicited. On such a .carefully I vesu.ted.n;;
who had most of the Negro stable capitalist po'** r; evidence
is indicates
apparently segregated government good.This and that this helps explainthe ss one eaa Judge, a highly points the Warren. Commission that, aside
: vote. was sound advice. robbery exceasei. But responsible public document Is necessarily discreet. whence the unlikelihood of a from tile actons of minor

nothing can remove the facts which: show that the Nor Incidentally' does the Communist-directed assassi organisations or irresponsibl
of delinquency and the abnormally Commission seriously examined Commission's Report rule out nation. But It ta necessary to Individuals! then was no

high rat of crime believed alternative hypotheses the possibility that Oswald stress the presumption systematic planning or organ ,

committed by local talent seeking to explain the .....- received training In the Soviet against such a thing, rather ization of any of the city .
Voice of the The of riots.
preponderance .
Peoplej I crime maSon of Mr. Kennedy. I say Union as aa agent. Ibis than advance any certitude ,
are reported* un- "
10 far is one can Judge"because could have been the case and The
solved. It I II not, therefore, of against It In a word, It Is report goes on to uy
course It remains
the Comm I a1on'l Report that "The Communist Party
possible to make accurate theoretically possible that the would stm be substantially necessary to bear In mind USA. does not appear to I
On The Sun'a
o Judmenta as to the Identity of '
Commission '
suppressed evidence correct: Because there Is no that the Warren Commission have Instigated these riots
.. the criminal or their ,,
: 0tI.... eed s......... If ... .Swiss see ......... I. ... Velet eS till heels ....._ ....... iges. that would have incon- evidence to support the 'con- absolved the Soviet Union though" Its member were observed I
sswt .. IItIM4 555 .... tilt wNa's ..... ..... will be WNbid If _........ A .Let. ......14 THE SENATOR. Interested venienced it* thesis: that the clusion that Oswald was acting from any complicity In this !taking pert In aome."
.... MM4 COO weeds ... mini k* ....... MI .*lv MM side .1 the >.e. PMtrv ...".. .. mW. Tk. two killings were the workof under the orders of anything assassination Two example\ are then cited -
*... KM ........ ...' _... in winning Dixie votes, apparently two but did not do
MWTCM tube H nlttt *, ItMtt c* M thwtM M, .MMMJ the "' If independent psychotics.But but his own deranged ., and the report that
-sis- .. has. been trying to say so by adducing latent says Ii l.
such evidence. has not mind when he squeezed the "two Individuals with histor '
that civil saws in responsible
.-. tax setup approved by the ing at Western Women's College for right crime and vio neon uncovered after all. by trigger purity In the Soviet soul. lea of Communist affiliationwen

J: Metro Rule c:1&111 the third step and the ta Oxford Ohio. They lence. His appeal therefore, critics of the prevailing then A cautionary note is, under Finally, there remains the lnatla.tors.nd leadersof

.. ( fourth and final step is the were briefed by experts in has been akin to that of the is. Meanwhile, every anomaly the circumstances, in order. idiot firing, who will not be the riots In at lent two ef

; 4eeping'Up special legislation being subversion snd sabotage and old .time Southern demagogues. collected of human by gullibility such profiteers is The' mvesugitlon of the assassination satisfied until a commission ta the further cities stated In New that Jersey.'DeIth-" It
His attack the
M drawn up at present time tIt went into Mississippi wi 1 t hhate on Thomas of Mr. Kennedy that -
l sterrOR, Sun: As most right law and the Supreme Buchanan: and Mark comer along prove Kennedy er of theIn 1tIrted the riots
revlryeody knows Metro is which Isn't already drawn up In their hearts and a Court always draw the loudest Lane was carefully Investigated was an Investigation of a his was struck down by but they capitalized CIa them
:fogtbe birds becsuse every- will be Metro Governmenl. -, few lesson In now to protect applause from the racist and led to naught. The torical episode. It was not aa ,General Walker ,while H. L. and tried to continue them."

wwhen Metro. has been pro. ED ttamtelves from the violence. ,extremists, who like to refer Commission showed s commendable investigation of the evil potential doesn't "officially"1 .instigate
paM it has faced a brick COCEIC 1 they were taught to Invoke.It t to Washington and New York restraint In resisting of any H'uIIecIlr'OUp' Hunt wee passing him the But the I
-waD so from. now en they ss "Jungles. the temptation to account of human beings. W. (know ammunition. Before he had Communist Party
2doaf::: mentloa Metro they College Kids has always been my fedIng .- What we almost desperately for things that are simply unknowable the lengths to which an Individual even laid eyes on it, the so- anything counteragents at na meetings be a*

just feed U to you W by bit that be betterment of need to learn In this country (with Oawsld dead) ea g-Oswald thor of the Summa Mathema Reliance may present
Melee end then is that civil right have -such as, for instance, why\ traveled' those lengths Haw ta placed Instead -
luntayoa km ntauoo be
race can only
tine deduced
Being DupesEDITOR did that the Report on the kill if trained
Oswald the established teat he did
leaving lag
not too but that scene
come fast
;it Kbo We ear your loud our
about when both aide
brought agitators who know .
of a sorrily document sew to
the assassination walk we must not go ea to draw incompetent
Mos. Weld. has Metro Sua: One of the big error was In not bringing a
oppe "caa *** that they are desir exert their taaUteos. irk
them few blocks only to catch a logically false .COlIC" I.a sand (which) covers ill authors
;:andt; can!Had anybody from questions asked of one of the along gradually across
cue a
there thai. approve sill exTcfpTKtof Mississippi. bvuloa Force able. To me It would have the last .!&ht...* sad bus that headed. him right deduce that the Cbnimitalst ta shame." Then ta the community aa the
III'- on Qooa e'l CBS News was dews more sense if this cob more. It wee the Injustice of back ta the direction be had organizaUoa Is Incapable complementary lunacy on the pportnnlty arises The FBI

Metro .to Saab sad city what she thought oft assertion ., kip hid given tiles kids a long delay and Intolerable discrimination come from? It b Interesting' ef any suck set History right, suggested by Professor says:
.goverameat sjssrgkig together. that then people were owns ta Dale Carnegie or fat education, opportunity to speculate oa why be dU argue quite the ether Revile Oliver' ""On) agitator with a radical
'.to save queer same, but this put ef a Communist conspiracy. public relations sad before and cilueathlp:( phis that but It la none of IkeCoinmlsskw'i way argues. that .the Comnuinlits conclusion that background was found n
:is false beeajM V you read The fM part e( lilt the quickening growth of our business unless are capable ef every- Kennedy was done ta by Os separate lime barangoiig
the news yes .m .hear MK* answer was bat she tIIdn, leading them out where they cities that brought acute discontent such movements tend to cea- WIll start ef wilful melds wald acting under enters ef crowds' .ta a riot area, shoot-
:arol people ssjuslmg for lower know what f"1 1* were'uninvited give them Into the open and firm a construction of t lilt streeUoe I* Order,II sceonv either the Soviet Union or the tag fatathoeds about abase
taxes alms every week. and the second part wanton practical experience ta cleaning made violence possible. event at variance with what push their ends: and that the CIA-"I an sot sure which el the people ta the odghborbood -
',Thfir taxes hint doubled to say that they had to ap the mess they an have For our individual peace el Is manifest The Conunlstioa Commtastna's ..xtoentlsethe of but after an !the difference and Inciting further end
.a1nce Metro took ever t to payback change everythingAtti at bom. This would have gb. mind and the future ef our limply reports what apparently Communists to this .b ta only a beakkesplng one." more violent riot ecttoo"
: urban renewal bin etc. tads, political thinking re- ea them ta Idea a* to bow to country it would be well If / happened not why ft stance: II DOt a be takes a* At least Professor Oliver ta It
Urban renewal h a socialist dJsMottoa of tend etc. etc work with people and perhaps WIt comprehended that race I II happened-and does so with. tostOMoy. ofa. the ngydiscovery: amusing while Bertrand Russell the individual doesal matter whither
they would then be more not a cause of crime. The statistics authoritative thoroughness a depth .. never kh. nowaday himself was
Scheme to confiscate private Actually h they an teaching acceptable to the people of of almost totally white Those who seek an exptaa- the rbrhrf win not under There ta a serious obligation, officially ordered to do Hue by
;irooer u; commuain aid either do not Mississippi whose Phoenix might leach many of atlas for toe remark of chit any circumstance sank won expressing outrageous the party leaden. The fact
itMetro 1. a inrislst scheme know II er sn calling another cooperationthey CoU- Justice Warren nil remains that incidents Bkceswereged
need. us not Just Senator last February As a gsure1 polriicalawae.b.tis. potato of view. to amuse on* .
to destroy local MM IBvero- ..... Ift a bane that water a lesion ta thl* re- to the effect that let ta ear are frowned awdtanc: lest ..... tIIIak to ... sth'red tilt enwd stl
; :,sal .. etc. 4vi mete coOege kids lib the As it now stand I'm find- ipectW lifetime would we know some pea hy 0. Communists ... take yea seriously.iterate (he keedkne to
t 11 jell say I Sts !Tlmt dupes of CORK are se srw .' kg large numbers of former do not seed t to seek for of the thing the Warrea. CUM M ta dMtou to gaugeer jog wits the angered nob I*
, tees wby II i the dtT voting er ao meJbaele. that they Northern sympathizers and scapegoats The' urban ana Commission had uncovered, control their aftemaia. It *aid It took hkaleyears ergy ef looting sad, rtahnce. -

can crusade Jar a cense sad contributors who are saying and their varied and complex! have now the answer. The to, us rule Only is situations to ken that k* knew .
. because Ignorance\ and .Inexperience -. "I used to base greet sym problems arc a major domestic reference one Judges ta to that can for attar chaos that aetktag. n priiiHy took ktai. Tk ra ta Ito .
II the flrit"thlI'Sa7fY that e. feat cause far pithy for this cause but .haw before this country. American Intelligence officials tile Ncchayevita beats ta about M ef flam pears to m1 1 ly eeshdesay the tepertwtat.mS
.... ..,. ...... II lit.. The more harm than .... the way they've loused It up They demand planning and deeply: planted In C- sounded cafltag for wtsrton.rndtflerentiatod lean the thtags be. tkeesjM i ike iartraioen d
:..... .. II ..... ,.w Most of .these yes..... I coukfc'l can lew" Innovation not demo' Ee sued_ SW lsint1v wen gives a two-wesk train JOHN W. HASTINGS ry and distortion. Union, whose knowledge a attuatioa does act exist k* SseTMsL 1.** aeSoaT

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, Thursday Oct. 1, 1944 GahiewiNa Sun S #

$300 Million Drought Sets Hope For Pre-Harvest RainBy 1

SEYMOUR M. HERSH g r pastures and hay crop resultingin corn and soybeans hardest. drought has left many silos crops also suffering. More than California No crop loss in
, CHICAGO (APTh. uh critical dairy farm situation Minnesota- Worst drought in empty or nearempty.Ohio 40 counties declared disaster 'titc, due to excellent irriga
tion'i lumen have moved into IM No estimate of loss available, southeastern part of state since August-September ,areas. tion. But drought conditions _
the all harvest Mason hopingfor but 27 counties declared disaster the 1930s say farmers. Corn I drought lasted 28 days, bringing I WEST : high wind and low humidity _
relief from a late-aeawn emergency areas. Milk in hardest hit. Thirty countiesgranted disaster to crops In southern NI''ada Drought conditionsstill have set off destructive fireji,.
drought that already has cost kw ,,* s dustry hit hardest, down $10, emergency haying and half of state Some areas short exist In southern Nevada, Arizona No drought, !,rob.1
nearly $300) million in crop dam + million to $20 million. Pasture Brazing privileges on conserva 84 inches of rain. Twenty coun where grazing conditions poor. lem. Overdose of rain the .J
age, an Associated Press survey .ha ro conditions worst In history. tion land. ties declared disaster areas No Fire hazard very high. One fire lem. Southern part of stale prob hardest -
shows. West Virginia Severe Wisconsin Thirty-five counties damage figures available yet already burned up 400,000 acres hit, where estimated $600,.
Some farmers compared the drought conditions In parts of, seeking extension of federal Kentucky Tobacco crop in the northeast, with reseedtng 000 damage to crops, primarily

summer of 1964 with the dust state with 10 counties declared!,drought_aid.: Prolonged summer loss set at.$30-. million.. .with other- cost estimated at $1S million. ,.cotton..,.
bowl of the mid-lHOs. ---- --
days dry disaster areas. Eastern counties 0
Many states reported the summer hardest hitMassachusetts
as the driest on record.A a -Hay hardesthit ZALE'S REPEATS A SELLOUT 'j'jI
state-by-stato survey today down 10 per cent from five-
Indicated that the most heavily year average. Cranberries also
damaged crops were corn, soybeans affected
sorghum and wheat Vermont Five southern
Many unharvested fruit crops' counties declared disaster areas
were expected to suffer later because of drought. Hay In trouble
this f.n. and agriculture officials 75 per cent of normal.
estimate the total drought North Carolina Three counties
loss will exceed the JEM million. disaster areas because of
The worst drought areas were June drought No serious firesor I
In the eastern section of the serious flooding.
country, with Connecticut, Virginia Drought relict aid
Pennsylvania and New York granted to 28 counties. Grazing :.>r.'
among the hardest hit Lack of and haying privileges granted to .1i" 6:
water has dried up thousands of ,, 5t counties. Apple crop hit hard, .'. 'Thsa
pastures, resulting in heavy's' fruit too small for marketing.
losses for dairy farmers In the MIDWEST and CENTRAL
East and Middle West. Kansas Grain and corn
And silos throughout the coun-. production hardest hit, with
try were empty or near empty, I crops as much as one-third COOKWARE by Regal
lacking livestock fodder for the below 1963's totals. Drought Cook with '. flo *itsa.Cook Hyvsteiltn COMPtlTI in '.:)......._... .tp.We ?s '!
winter. struck at critical time for corn, tray Cook the nostick. BO-ICOIII..,. CoIIpIttlltt styled i.eater .zw ...<.' 11III b155 1III1d1_I raer'j' \'
Dries Up Beans but otherwise rainfall adequate ... ell :1" 11oo1111 sy.sew,. '
Hen's a sectional rundown of Drought .vypolisbtdllumlnum. ThellalldleshMI'Ottctivelltetptnls 8 8 641arrll::10"
conditions In states hit hardest toy beans, victim of drought Colorado Drought loss be- and eyelets tor hanging At eltsmip Urns peel love Teflon mantmever. $1 9 puniMNusnccm1 ",,
EASTPennsylvania conditional throughout much of the country, are tween $40 and $50 million with Food p.rtlcleuctUlIly float away *,w.e '- ...i........-......fIIIe. sees
off! ,
crop by 20 million nptkMli
farm loss displayed by farmer Ell Browning on hla farm near
expected to total $50 million Mooreatown, N. J. Beans should normally be above Sorghum sugar beets
with Income in northeastern his knees and output.grains No fire also threat fell below in wooded usual Open An I ZALE'S: |IA MONEY
part of the state off as much as OUYirS. HU
areas, however. DOWN
50 per cent 1M4 third straight eating crops because their natural losses expected In peach and Indiana Crop loss estimated Account Today .
drought year, and com potatoes feed dried up. Sixteen of apple crops. at $70 million. Rainfall four 12 I. UNIVERSITY AVINUI PHONE J76-H9I .
and apple crops especially 21 counties In state declared New York Drought hitting Inches below normal, hitting
hurt Dairy Industry also suffered eligible for drought relief loans _
heavily. Eleven northeastern Connecticut Drought second -
counties designated drought or third wont since 1900,\
disaster areas. with rainfall averaging three H-U-R-R-Y 1
New JerseyCrop loss in inches below normal Vegetable e e
corn hay and vegetable crops crop loss estimated at between
could total $11S million. Birds $100.000 and HDD MO, with more TO THEVARIETY


'Hard Arteries' I LOW, Low Prices ill M


Aid Winter PlantsBy I Most Convenient "

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Agricultural Emu_Service If frost pays a visit before Credit Terms In Town!
Plans are unlike people because the plants have time to harden, ... t ti
they must develop hardening cover them with cloth, wood,
of the arteries to stay straw or sheets of plastic. If
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'By JOHN RODERICK.!: : I foreign dignitaries[ massed lathe HOUfS 'n Effect
TOKYO (AP) Communist Square of Celestial Peace in r
China celebrated Its 15th birthday the Chinese capital Spc' 'H'D ONLYTH' -
today with tile defiant cry Though' there bad been live'; -
that "rerotatJon it the locomotive speculation that the Chinese y'' _
of history.* It apparently might cap the day' festival FRIDAY N ';,..., .. ,.M......- fr
did not chooM to mark the occasion with aa announcement "tact SHOP
by toochint elf an atom they had fired their first wrte- )
bomb. ar device, neither Pena nor 10 ,.M.
Peking's Mayor Pent; Chen President Liu Snao-chl even 8 ...M. 'TlL :
sounded the revolutionary keynote mentioned the word nuclear In ,
; reiterating the longs pol- anniversary addresses. BUY NOW
>c>":1rb1c61Qoacnw deplores,bee The subject also wai avoided SATURDAY !1
sort tboanmds of Chinese and,ta tauthr anniversary editorials :"

in the official Peking People's 8 .' .. ,
Dally>< and the theoretical party "M. '
Started It- ;.M. t -
They 'Journal Bed flag.i World's "' : x.
Still The Leaden Japanese correspondenta In'Peking Of tie
reported that informed Hours ,
26 ;
Chinese sources said U.S.Secretary Va luesl 'I I
of State Dean Rusk's statement .pptiance
that Red China nay explode Greatest DUE lit == ,
a "fabrication.a nuclear"device soon wu r : --.= :

"No one,"the Chinese amices i ". .., ... -- 1
aid, "not even Chairman Ma> ',, .;": .:::IiI =
Tr e-tuna or President Uu Shaichl '- -, j
knows when Coinmunli I 1 1r. I
China wHl explode .nuclear d>
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.. "The oppressed peoples are
f. bound In rise In revolution, the r .r I
imperialists win and inevitably ad the perish reaotonarfes TAKE YOUR CHOICE! V ...

"" and the "world to aura to shouted march .. .
r forward Peng
In the da,'. major epeech before ':.. : ., :1
..GOO panders began -,- < .. \ .: I,
moving through the square,
"This !la the law of historical I
UUSHAOOn development, which no one can "4. .
Ae PreskfealCHOU alter. The people of the whole FULL 30" ELECTRIC
world should unite and persevere Ii
In straggle; our prospects
are Infinitely bright."
Pena said "this win be a year
of pretty good harvests Chi .

na's He history.called on" Communists. everywhere OR GAS 'RANGEYOUR -r 1

to TOlte against"Unit 1
ed States taperiansm"which he ....,...
said Is phndermf only the .,. .w.... 4..w w -
economically backward countries r
b Ada, Africa and lath

America developed but also capitalist the economically "countries ;.''s. .. CHOICE AOMIT fb N ; :

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),(ommunistn's' Birthday: A Century -Old TodaYi1,


' By WILLIAM L. RYAN: menting on'the history' of the Soviet Communist pre emlMore. branches which kicked up labor ly a debating society: It lance In Europe and the Russian Stalin, succeeding him, decided "
;;. A century ago I today Karl movement, Pravda concedes strife. By the time of the Fran produced clashes between men Communist Party emerged at a on socialism: in one country" I
... ) Marx launched what Moscow that"It doe not have a guidingcenter World Communism "guiding co-Prussian War. socialism bad like Lenin and the socialist pacifists prototype In Moscow In 1819..Bis for a while P 1
'f .now claims was the Beginning of as before." center" for a world conspiracywas spread over much of Europe.
of Western Europe. demand that the Comintern call,
The Comintern
But there brands, kept Its handin
'_ the -world Communist the Third International or were many l
... The anniversary movement finds the world Communist movement Comintern dissolved as a war- from moderate to anarchist Lenin held'that the next war all the snots for the revolutionary -. the revolutionary picture j
\tile Kremlin It says."Is unthinkable as time gesture to 'the Western Many Socialists In Europe should be turned everywhereInto movement everywheresplit everywhere, however many + j
.;+-:. .pushing what a single' entity,without definite Allies by Stalin in 1143., espoused the idea of capturing proletarian revolution. He the, socialist parties of suspect even after the Com I, .
[ "":appears z to be a Analytic organizational, principles Marx: founded the International power peacefully, and orthodox was an for revolution by professional Europe intern was dissolved.
;" :drive for a new What The strengthening the political solidarity Working Men's Association in Marxists called them "right- revolutionaries. But when Moscow meddling led to disasters Today's big squabble is still
, _Comintern : l\ewi .. ; of the different national IBM as an Instrument for revolution wing bourgeois reformists war cam in 1914 the' Socialistsin such as an abortive over the question of the pace of I J
' Prclpagan d I 'Messes detachments .of the working ta Eurupe: Most of the Britain's working class, orderly 1 most countries supported uprising bt Germany and disintegration global revolution and who ;, '
.mow.. :keyed to the class Included if .delegates at the First International and respectful of the their respective governments, In the French Communist should direct It. The Russians i)
It: .: exiles from Crown, disliked and and Lenin set up a clamor. for a the shots
centenary Indii 'Working class' in this con- a1ao'ere excesses Party. Lenin turned his want to call The Chi
"1, :cates thejovlet text translates Into"Communist continental Europe. left the International, which Third International back on world revolution In nese challenge them. Moscow :
, __"__irnmijTtlst! party is hoping to' parties." Thus the comment Marx:ran the show and did all then began to wither away When Lenin Bolshevilu favor of an emergency "new would find a new Internationala I
*-- .reassert Its dictatorial role over baa the ring of plea for a new the thinking for the delegates. ,The, Second International seized the Russian Revolution, economic policy" and temporary convenient ,Instrument for
t [ oparties: around the world. Com- International to re-establish Then he Inspired European convened In Parts In 1M,large there. wan a new wave of vio coexistence with the West reasserting Its authority "
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I President Can Never Be Protected, Dillon SaysWASHINGTON

(AP) -Secretary Dillon and the other committee Dillon said the group would Nicholas Xatzenbach, Director ren Commission such as assuring said the matter lad also been day on a campaign trip through lance of buildings along the I
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of the Treasury Douglas members an In time for them to Intelligence Agency'Ind Mc- on trips abroad. which be said holds that"this is Dillon said the Secret Service er, some of it borrowed FBI
.'man Dillon committee senior member of a four- Wednesday who with established President the be Included in the next budget George Bundy, special assistant Asked whether Johnson and a normal thing: presidents have already has taken a number of and: Treasury agents. ,
improve studying of waysto Johnson Sunday and told it to and In legislative proposals to to the President for national the committee discussed the I.always done it and it is something steps to strengthen protectionsince The Warren Commission critl s
dents, protection he does not presi-think group follow recommendations of be submitted to the next Con- security affairs./ President's practice of getting they have always handled Kennedy's assassination cized the Secret Service and to
says up
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that the president "ever can be the Warren Commission that gress opens Dillon newsmen out cars to mingle 'with I last Nov. ,
perfect protected" from asassination. Investigated the assassination of Besides Dillon, the committee committee would go into ques-crowds Dillon said press re Johnson repeatedly waded include more advance prepara-grounds of inadequate preparation f
President John F. Kennedy. Is composed of acting Atty. Gen. tions not explored by the War- portion. it_were_ discussed. He Into throngs of admirers Mon.tion. for tripe,-greater surveil- for presidential fain +
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Sharon Rae Wilson, a red-haired I Capt Bull said the military' her In her chosen field of engineering In her twice-weekly classethere PLATTER
freshman la the only female In class "Isn't geared for femaleparticipation I ." I are 119 boys and sTABLETS COFFEE
Purdue University's 2,500-mem- but It'. working: Bun sad that In the past at t 1 TEA r. 99cSATURDAY
ber Air Force ROTC out all right. She's taking Just: Purdue and other schools there on.Does that make for any sort w. .r
The pert and poised coed from the classroom work. We won't had been coeds in experimental of classroom distraction for the 100 MG. 'i
Madison, Ind., says, "The ratio let her drill, of count." ROTC programs not similarto cadets OAINISVUU SHOEING CINTU
isn't much different than it is in Bull said Miss Wilson won't be Miss Wilson's work. 'So far they've not caused too 79* M.COLLUM,. 1124 W. UNIVIRimrGtUMAM. IAR-p-Q SPARE-RIB !
Tnost of my classes. I "But !the much of ruckus," ICO'S 12 W. UMIVIRSITTtltfc DINNER ,i
." engineering -permitted to take advanced programs never a the captain PHARMACY 1522 N.W. Ilk ST.
ROTC after her sophomore worked out,"he said. said. MiCOLLUM. 1124 lAST "UNIVIRSITY WITH DRINK 82 ,
Sharon Is outnumbered in the year. All male ,students at :g

,. \ 425 freshman to L it section was a of reluctant the ROTC Air 1, Purdue military are training required their to first undergo tw I 'Kings' Is Theme'Of Story Time COMING SOON-REXALL'S!! ORIGINAL 1< SALE!! c ;
that accepted her enroll Story Time for children aged University's College of Educa

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ant and it a mathematics enthiul. personable,' very. levelheaded very," Friday from 3:11: to 4 p.m. I stories Is "Kings," and some m ITS eoMiM MOM TNI rionrs CMOICI e* SALIS mum limit ORIGINAL u 'IAUI Till woaio n.$mAll
considering going Into Bull said.. The storytellers win be Miss of the stories to be told are,' IWNTI OVII 1MM MXAU DIUO STOMt All rAITICIFATINO 1N THIS.(.ANTIC SAlt YOU Off I IMMTICAL ITIMS
aeronautical engineering. ,She Call Kahn Miss Patty Oke",. "The Emperor's New Clothes," Ml TNI Kiel' Of 1 stirs II'D NO LIMIT MSTHCTIONS TO TNI AMOUNT YOU MAT TOICNAUI THI MOSS TOM rUICNASI.THI .
thought the ROTC class would "And I believe some of the Miss Ertha Thompson and MissUs "King OToole and His Goose," MOSS ISS'l YOU N ORDIRS NOW IIINO TAIIN. PICK UP TOUR AWANCI OMIt IHin TOIAT AT ANT
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.:,: ow"'I4O., UF t Auxiliary: 'luncheon :Set .RummageSale ._ ..

Program vJomEflSoroptimist HnD THE fHmll:: Y I Wednesday. ., Lambert,

Dr:Samuel P. .Martin, provost president, requests that mem- Mrs
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Slated of the X Hfflii Miller bers Attend In their awiliary newly elected chairman of St.Joan'
For Friday of SL, Patrick'sCliurch'will
I Medical Centers will be guest unlfomne.Reservations. Circle
Held speaker for the first Ml 'lunch for the luncheon+ be in charge of the

An appeal to' all' people ol' more about UNICEF are Invited Workshop eon meeting of the UF H.>S' will close Sunday evenhif. I circle rummage sale Saturday the j
good will who feel concern for, to this meeting.In Ipltal Auxiliary Wednesday.. Members should make their I from 7 am until noon :

,the world's sick and hungry Gainesville the UNICEF The luncheon\, set for .)l:4S reservations with Mrs. Raymond .',Birdse1 LotMembers to
-children will be made Frl d Halloween will be organized -I bold Mrs. Donald are requested
a y program a m./will be In the PrIvate Tassinarl' items to the Parlish -
.morning, at the Fall meeting ol by the Christian World I dining room of UM Center. Goodman or Mrs. Kenneth(bring usable I
-the United Church Women In Relations Committee of the Hall by October
Mrs William._ _.F.. Ennenktng,I iBzoch. ,
,UM Holy Trinity Episcopal Parlsh United Church Women and the I
"'** Hall by MrI.'Thomas G. International Relations Committee .
Mitchell Christian World Relations of the Junior Woman's Club. ,
Chairman.; "Children go to bed hungry VELVET in
A filmstrip UNICEF and a every night .In, Asia Africa I ,
discussion of the "Trick or Latin America and the Middle
Treat" for UNICEF program on East For our own children
Halloween\:will be presented. it is a Joy and a source of gratification GREAT SHAPESTHE I
All persons wishing to know to share their Halloween
Treats' with them in the
form of coins which win provide -
I Fall Dance Set desperately needed food 5

:: and medicine," Mrs.' Mitchell' Il
, By SisterhoodThe said. ,
She has asked ihit'all interested i
Sisterhood Organization 1 persons, parents, c arch
of the B'nal Israel Congregation and youth leaden club officers l
win hold its annual FiB and other potential program
i Dance at the Educational Cen- sponsors contact her at home orat t
ter Building 3115 NW Utb Avenue the First Methodist' Church
Saturday at I p.m. office. ,
The Ray Wolfe Trio win provide -: Specially prepared Halloween ,
the III\IJle.nd refresh, collection cartons, posters and

menta will W'served.' "Admission other publicity materials will be "looks"! ':from our newly' {
!is $5 per couple. distributed.
J arrived collection in rich rayon

..It vel et'. ;:Many, many more'

Soroptlmbt Club members from'Jacksonville, Leesburg, Ocala and Orlando I styles l _,2.98> 10.98. -r":, '
attended a workshop _Ion here recently when the Gainesville Club served as r
hOlt.... Pictured bore from left to right during the morning session are AIOVE ;
Miss Ethel Petenon! of Jacksonville, lieutenant governor for the Southern .
Region; Or. Joyce Cooper Gainesville, vice-president of the city cluhr MM." Dressmaker cloche"with jewelled" r I
Gladys Givens of Jacksonville, Extension Chairman for the Southern Region tossel in scpphlre
I ; : and Mrs. Beverly Magee, president of the,Gainesville Club. tion red-moss-novy.. or' ,1-3 98. 1
make block. V.
Members of Soroptimist and Miss, Barbara Thrall:time project suggestions were c:

:a ? Clubs representing Jacksonville, Chairman of,Area Workshops d1IeIIlRd.Three subjects con
Leesburg, Ocala Orlando and aU of JacksonvUle; and'Mrs. sidered.were., to advance the RIGHT -
( gUt status of and to 'Ilial.In i
held Beulah M. Geiger of Leesburg. women Sherlock Holmes' famous "Deer.talk.r" i
I Gainesville a workshop ,A buffet luncheon was served developing the best concept i
recently at the Gainesville by the ,Gainesville Soroptimist of patriotism and love of noun cop In red-moss- .
Utility Operation Center, Club.' try; to develop s spirit ol I I peacock-coffee-gold- '398 } \II;

; PI I "Membership Clllll1llca on" Dr% Joyce Cooper vice-presi-friendship and unity, amonf I navy or block.

was the morning program'presented dent of the local dab, present-Soroptlmlsts of all countries
r by a panel which ,Included -ed the afternoon project en- and contribute, International
I Tray Miss Ethel Peterson, entltt f d, "Programming.','' She understanding, .and "emphasize CENTRAL ?
service and human understand
Lletuenant Governor' of the discussed the many characteristics CHARES ;

P Southern Region, Mrs. Gladys ofSoroptlmlsin., 11I.ProJe'b : ,
Given, Chairman of Extension Group meetings followed the I ( discussed I Include I .. 1 \
Committee Southern Region, afternoon program at which I service to -youth,, senior'citi B-L CHARGE .
zens families in need, refugees '
foreign students supportIng -- JNBWILUSHOPPIN RftTlR .; :

S! # UNESCO the Unlt.d the Foster'Nations Parent 1301 MOUTH MAW LAY-A.WAY. ,.+ ,} ';

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TODAY October 1 I cy wedding party and members .' ./ .... a r 11t
Pre wedding supper for of the families 11:30 \ '
big Miss Ann Grscj and her I a.m.-Mr* and Mrs.'Wiliam ... .. .1'.f. 1
fiance,; Capt. John Herbert T. Aroett, Mr. and Mrs. Tom t .,. :
Eliot, Mansfield Ohio, Mr. Donaldson and Mr. and "f ;r..
and Mrs. Ernest Burch and Mrs Freeman Hart hosts, at 1
Mr. and Mrs., Ted Cox of the Arnett home, 2106 NW i'oJt; :'
Lakeland at the Burch'i Third Place. '1'f
home on Lake Geneva. I Brunch'honoring GracyEllot ,( Pia ex ''.:' ,

FRIDAY, October f wedding party and out of
RIGISTW FOR honoring town guests 11 ..m.. Dr. and
I Rehearsal dinner .
......w/l./ '. Daft Mrs. Edwin A Andrews, MS j
Miss Edo IIIJI8 Murphey.
FRII .PRIZES' EXPERIENCEDPROFESSIONAL and,their ear,Verily J. Spa NE Fifth AfIJIUe. 00 "Gir
To b. awarded ; wry, 7 p.m.. Mr. and Mrs. Reception. 4 p.m., following '

t'.ach Sot. in Oct. BRIDAL, Verley ,T.Thomas Spivey HoteL of I Jacksonville ) the Crony wedding,' daughter of Miss AnDloon' of 1 $ t.r' Iff.'r

CONSULTANT Rehearsal dinner honorIng kit.'and Mrs. L. Cecil Gra .
and Capt. John Herbert
Fret Gift Wrepplnf Frt coniultw MrvlM' II Miss Ann Gracy and her Eliot cy son of Mr. and Mrs.
i# brldt'i tHvtr, china+ .nd fiance TaM Herbert
..er Central._ Ch.rf: John Henry Eliot of Mans
crystal are tutihop Eliot 01'MansfWd, Ohio, Tp.nv I
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the homeof
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Mru William G. Kick- '
the bride's parents 314
f las, grandmother of the bride-
NE Fourth Avenge:
elect 1014 NK:Filth Terrace.
Wedding of Mats Martha
SATURDAY, October I i
.- r Coffee complimenting\ Miss Edwina Murpbey. daughterofDrandMrsMflledgeMur ;

Frances Dabney Jones, piney Jr., and Verley JemomeSpive ''I ,
I bride-elect of Donald Moore
), son of Mr. and Mrs.
Giles of Lynchburg, Va.. N T. of Jackson.vlile
Verify Spivey
a.m. to noon M... H. 1C. Wal First r
4 p. Dl.t Preabytartan
II lace, m SW, First Avenue Church. Wedding supper -
Luncheon compliment 1 In g for. bridal. party and out :
Miss Frances Jones fiancee of town guests, I p.m., Primrose : ,. e f ; a r LN
of Donald Moore Giles of Inn by bride's parents.Young J.. y.1.
Lynchburg Va., 12:30 p-m.,. w 'l' '- ........cwa.,

QirTiitd MIDI SHOP Miss Louisa Bohannon of Orlando .- Mothers 3 .'I......,.... 4t ,
and Gainesville, Tower I
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Mr. and Mrs James R. J,ck- drum Director of the Outdoor a formal presentation of the

: son and son Jim, aQ of New 1 Slate Thursday Meeting Recreation Committee suggest- petition to the Governorrttnd

! News of Special Interest York City, arrived here yesterday ing that the state buy State Cabinet, who form the
as guests of Mrs. Jackson's Outdoor CouncIL
The Gainesville Junior Wom Florida Federation of Women's the Fahkahatcbee Strand for[ Recreation

relatives for two wetks.1 an's Club will meet at 1.30 a m. Clubs' project "Save the Fan-" ,wilderness and outdoor recreation I
! Mrs. Mae Thomas left yesterday 'on Thursday at the Gainesville kahatchee. purposes.
To Colored I for Atlanta Ga. I
Community becauseof Woman's Club, West University The Fahkahatchee Strand, They are also circulating
business. She will b6 sway'I' Avenue.In the last true swamp wildernesseast "Save the Fahkahatchee" pell-\ Ads'

Hews Kerns for this page shovH te r-' lee1 to Colored News Editor Bea F. Childs, I for several days. addition to the regular of the Mississippi River, Is tions for all interested personsto Sun Want

IZt NW Stk SL by mail or by phone at FR Km De Ml send sews directly lilt Galla- Mrs. Carrie Wilson and business meeting, Howard Bish- located 40 miles from Fort sign.

vine Sun office. young, Ga.daughter, were, Mary flown, gf here Atlanta op, local realtor, will speak on Myers and is within a day's When the state wide goal Get Results
travel from all of Flori
Prairie. Mr.
"Flooding Paynes parts
1,000 feet of signatures is
yesterday on a brief visit Md I
AILING AT HOME ALACHUA NEWS ARREDONDA NEWS outing with friends. I Bishop will ted how he thinks da. reached, the Florida Federation
ailIng ASSOCIATION BEGINS PROGRAM SUCCESSFUL the Prairie can be preservedand Junior Woman's Club members I
following persona are Mrs. Helen West flew
transformed Into are writing Ney C. Lan- of Women's Clubs plan to make_ _.,.. .
at their homes: Mrs. Es- The Jerusalem Baptist Association The Undenominational Choirs' to Nashville, Tenn., to visit a family ---

telle .Knowles and Tom Math- Is holding its meeting Union held its program, entitled at Flat University. recreation area.

ais. 0 which began Sept. 30 to Oct 3 "Choirs on Parade" at the Mr. and Mrs. Robert tt Ar-I Mrs. Thomas Hicks, Chair.

Their friends hope that they at the St Matthew Baptist New Salem Baptist Church on now and daughter Carolyn, all man of the Conservation of Natural VELVET in :

will soon regain their normal Church here. Monday and was successful. of Orlando, whose visit here Resources Department, is

physical condition. This promises to be. very The attendance was good. for the past two weeks has ten in charge of the program.Mrs. .

outstanding association, and pleasant left yesterday for Hicks reports that her

WILL CELEBRATE, the members an urged to be FETED PARTY AT BIRTHDAY their home. department Is working on the, GREAT SHAPES
Miss Mary Barnes of fjrtll,
The Uniform Company LodgeNo. .- William Murray. Jr., was
passed through yesterday -
113 mil celebrate its, anni- honored at a birthday party;
MEETING'SETThere route to
P.T.A. en Jacksonville. WeddingPlans
versary Tuesday Cot 6, at 8 Sept. 28 which was given by his William H. Maxwell of Jacksonville -
will be a ParentTeacher and Mrs. Ytrnefl
p.m. at the Shady Grove Prim parents, passed through the
itive Baptist Church.. Association acquaintance Wilson. The honoree received 1
meeting at the Bell's Nursery from University City yesterday en
Each member is asked to pay many delightful gifts route to St
Oct 2, at Petersburg.
100. School on Friday, friends.

8pm. Those present included Debra -
PLANS MEETINGThe There will be a cake sale on DeBose, Floreatha Small, TALLAHASSEE FAMtf ListedThe I
Saturday morning the school Dyckman Welcome Clarence -
Juvenile Lodge No. 113 Florida AIM'S Rattlers :
will hold its meeting on Satur- The cooperation of the public Is Jenkins, Yarnell Wilson, Jr., coiled and ready to strike They are rUj
day, Oct. 3, at 3:30: p.m. at the solicited. If Interested, ca II Besty Cudjo and his lister, the here marriage of Miss Martha
open season SatUJ'ClaYafternooD
Barbra Edwtnna Murphey, daughter
home of the directress, Mrs. P. FR 2-3838. Murray.The In Stadium
L. Scott, of 614 S. W. 3rd Street AD parents and other interested hostesses were: Pearlie the Lincoln Bragg of Dr. and Mrs MlUedge
to attend' Mae Thomas, Sharon Williams against UniversityTigers Murphy and Verley Jemoine
During the meeting, the dues persons are urged
of Jefferson City, Mo. Spivey, Ion of Mr. and Mrs. Two "looks" from our newly t
are to be paid in full. the meeting __ and his cousin, Mary Lou John- "We "
expect a good year, reported Verley T. Spivey of Jacksonville
son. Rattler head coach Me will be an event of Saturday -, arrived collection in rich rayon )1 i

ARCHER NEWS Gaither. "We have had plenty ,t 4 p.m. In the First velvet Many, many more 1 I
of time to bring the boys Presbyterian Church .
I styles to
56 Lodge No. S will hold 1U anniversary around and they are In excellent |- A wedding supper for the wedding

at the St. James physical condition. H 0 W party and out of town ''
well we have gotten them f'a- ABOVE h" ,ttis
Baptist Church here on Oct. IL guests will follow the ceremony t
dy for their l0-game grind will at the Primrose Inn with
The members are urged to Dressmaker cloche with jewelled !, t; ;;
be determined as the + '
be and time. L. Jim- Hui the bride's parents as hosts. ,
present on unfolds." towel in .-corns- a t v ,
P.R. J. E. Hunt, Attendants for the bridal couple -
erson ; tion red-moss-navy or 3'8
__ d-- 'makeS\ ter. The 84 Rattlers will revert will be Mrs William D. Ar- block.
to the Rattlers of the ole d Js. nett of Franklin, Va, who will
a love) NOTICE This meant they will throw serve ai matron of honor; t

lftlfPeti Dinners will be sold In the enough to keep their opponent Miss Jeannine Murphey, sister RIGHT

dining room of the Mt Olive honest but potency will bar via\ of the bride, maid of honor, and Sherlock Holmes', famous "Deer Rstalker"
the ground. The lots of a
Primitive Baptist Church on pairof Miss Rose Hoover, bridesmaid. .
In redmosspeacockcoffeegold
Sunday, Oct 4, on behalf of the fine specialists In throwingand Thomas Hagler of Jacksonville cop .
I catching has forced the 3'8
church. will serve as best man. I
j t Rattlers to return to the Ushers will be William Gnat novy or block .
c, The price of the dinners Is:
ground to deliver their lethal
100. Rev. H. Kiiuey, pastor; blows. of Deland and Tucker Cooke of

Miss Barbara Watson, reporter. Newberry.Mr. .
Tray Halfback Bobby Felts Is bock .
and Mrs. Spivey will gin
I CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSJohnson to star In his best role tgtln! the rehearsal dinner honor lag CENTRAL'a:

Chapel Baptist-Sun this fall He led the Rattler .in Miss Murphy and their son CHARGE

day School, ':43 a.m.; morning scoring and rushing In '13. Jils'' Friday evening at the Thom i f :'it,. .. ..
\ running mate, Bob Hayes is ; \
1 1l worship 11 a.m.; afternoon Hotel .., .
with the U.S. Olympic teeth bj! B-L CHARGE
worship, communion, 3 p. m.; Saturday noon Mr. and Mrs; r'
1OUR' Baptist Training Union, ( p.m.; Tokyo. Japan. I W. T. Aroett Mr. and Mr. J. THE STORE WITHtE 14 .w

t and night services, 7:30 pjn. Carlton Cooper may be the,T. Donalson, and Mr. and Mrs. "ewai +atI4 O "

tj Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor; Mrs. man Jake Calther will cast inHayes' F. H. Hart will live a brunch UOZ NORTH smuT LAY-AArVAY >: .,
H. Jones reporter.Mt. role for the first bill for the wedding party and out

j Peasant Methodist I,of the season. Cooper, at "i Ile:of town guests at the Arnett 'AM. PM I II Iis
'feet even and 181 bj Store Heyrst, lOt ',
pounds, home.
Choir No. 1 will have
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talented but unheralded. Ills
Its rehearsal today, 7:30 'I
best single performance in I
Richard Parker, organist; Jeff WM
the Central
I Jones, president Love Feast fal State game I I" i t tt 'nil

7:30 Receipt for Sunday ,
p.m. Ernie Hart Is the lone ktpr.man .
Sept 21, follows total
$6oo at quarterback. A JUTulUi
airs .1 class leaden $14 .00; public
understudy, Hart has fa
offering $19.M; Church School,
ability and will have to Jaw
sick and shut-ins, ISM
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most of the Tony ill '
0 game.
total $184.41. Her. W.
grand Ducey) Alexander of ftffL Playiex
M. Ferguson, .
pastor. :bourne, looks the beat of the r
Mt. Carmel Baptlst''Then
REGISTER FOR ,thrte sophmorea eyeing substitute
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6ae.evtt4 e Only will be Teachers' Meeting today
work for HartAlfred
, FREE PRIZES EXPERIENCEDPROFESSIONAL 7 p.m., and also Business I Demon's 'vacancy It t 00 j
8 and the Choirs Girdle
Meeting p.m.;
r To be awarded will have their rehearsal tomorrow end and nil catching ability ,
will be unmatched but well
I ach Sat. in Oct. BRIDAL 8 p.m. filled by.Art Robinson a juniorfrom 'r

I CONSULTANT SL Paul C.M.E. Morning Halla dale. Hobby baa 4I6 :'
11 and evening )
worship a.m.;
two letters and Is a real bustier :
Free) Gift WrappiniRej. Fret consultant wrvkt If worship, 6 p.m.I Rev. B. F. .

I or Central Charge bridt'i silver, china and Weary pastor.
eryiral ore chosen at our Coach Gaither is spendingthe
ahop. final days of the II-
ML OIU I e Primitive Baptist
week training course to 8jtjK
Sunday School 130: am.; ,
crating his potential Into
a sup
11 and
morning worship, a m.;
cesiful year. The line weighs 1 1r
evening worship I:3D p.m. The
an 13J pounds and
public Is Invited. Rev. H. Kin-
quick and fast for Its size.
soy, pastor; Mrs. Barbara
Lincoln wU have a two-gin
Watson reporter. edge in experience on the JUt- ri
ML Morlah There
Baptist tiers when the two meet baying i
I will be Business today ,
a Meeting tii
played Peru State and Art
at 7:3D pm. The membersare
anus AM4N. The Tigers will .
asked to be present. Rev. be seeking their first win III .x7 i

L. A. Tinman pastor; Miss four attempts.. They lost to till 'I '
WUla F. Foxworth, reporter ,
Rattlers 444, last season. '
PERSONALSMiss i Coach Dwight Reed la building L ....,,, 1.Cw1..

BRIDE Mary Baker and Miss this year after losing 12 .f : ttis aad riIy Col.. w
Ella Jones both of Orlando,
hit 24 leUermen. A
M 2-116 scrsppf i ftIo .d9G new.t" I
105 H.W. 13th St. were sightseeing in Gainesville battle Is expected In the coo- ,,' ,g ...

yesterday. test But the Rattlers have $

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One Girl 2,500 MenSharon _S'ECIALSVITAMIN FRIDAY j

B 1 ,.. ., SEAFOOD
Rae Wilson, I red-haired Capt. Bull said the military I her In her chosen field of eng!. In her twice-weekly classes PLATTER
freshman Is the only female in class "Isn't geared for female neerlng" there are 119 boys and Sharon. T AB LETS COFFEE
Purdue University' 2,500-mem-I participation, but It's workingout Bun said that In the past, at ,I / : .. 0" 99tSATURDAY
ber Air Force ROTC. all right. She's taking Just Purdue and other schools, Owe Does that make for any sort' ,
The pert and poised coed from the classroom work. We won't had been coeds in experimentalROTC of classroom distraction for the 100 MG.100'S ,
Madison, Ind, says, "The ratio let her drill, of course" programs not similar to cadets? GAINISVIIU SHOPPING CINTIR '
isn't much different than it Is In Bull said Miss Wilson won't be Miss Wilson's work. "So far they've not caused too I I 79f/ McCOLLUM CRtSHAM. 1124 12 W.W.UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY IAR-.-Q SPARE-RIB
most of my engineering class permitted to take advanced "But the programs never much of a ruckus," the captain 13th PHARMACY. 1122 N.W. lit ST.McCOLLUM DINNER
es','? ROTC after her sophomoreyear. worked out," he said. said. I ,, U24,EAST. UNIVIRSITY WITH DRINK OlC
Sharon Is All male students at I

42S freshman to I. It section was outnumbered.of reluctant the ROTC In Air the 1, military Purdue are training required their to first undergo two 'King m Is Theme Of Story Time I j jUniversity's I: COMING SOON!!-REXALL'S, ORIGINAL V 1 SALE!!

5 Force that accepted her enroll- Time for children College of Education.
ry. aged
\ meat class in Capt; Rex Bull s basic I.years."So far r think she'll be a CifciMvlUe S to 7 will. Public be held Library at the on I I I The. theme for this week's, THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE OF'SALES EVENT! OCT. 15.24

1 She Is a mathematics enthusiast real personable1 fine ,student very',levelheaded She's very," 'XHday, from 3:IS to. 4 pro. stories Is 'Kings," and some' Yes ITS COMIN scowl THI PEOPLE'S CHOICI OF SALES IVINTSI REMLL'S ORIGINAL It Mill THE WORLD'S II40HT '
I and ii considering going into Bull said. "TIll storytellers will be Miss of the stories to be told art,I' SALE EVENTI OVER 11.001 REXALl DRU* STORES ARE PARTICIPATING IN THIS GIGANTIC' SALE YOU OET I IDENTICAL ITEMS 'I
aeronautical: engineering She Gail Kahn, Miss Patty Oken, "The Emperor's New Clothes," POR THI PIICR OP 1 PLUS" NO LIMIT RESTRICTIONS TO THI AMOUNT YOU MAY PURCHASE! THE MOSS YOU PURCHASE.
thought the ROTC class would "And,I'believe some of the Miss Ertha Thompson and MissUs O'Toole and His Goose THI MOSS SSS't YOU SAYII ADVANCE OID.IIlOW REIN TARIM. PICK UP YOUR ADVANCE ORDER SHEIT TODAY AT ANT J
t :I benefit her more than wouldwomen's I things ahe'U learn In the ROTC Morrison, all members of Puss In Boots,, and "Three I
t / physical-education. classroom will be beneficial to the social studies class of the_Young Kings" REG., 98c VALUE!

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another person. If you invest I In I a good friend, n cmnpanloa University Women's Club, I Calendar Of Events I t hostess. President' residence
THE: AMERICAN 1 WAY surface beauty, the value of and a helpmate Evening bridle, ( n m University I Soil Conservation Service,
your Investment can go only t "Ask yourself if she Is Women's Club, New- I Covered Dish Supper, S:30
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(Fifth ef a Series) sex relationship. Indeed of any ...
t. A 13-year-old boy, wildly Ir1 I of the physical contacts between -
love with: a girl named Dorothy -. male and female from A World's Fair REMEMBER !
In his Junior H 1 1111 I holding hands In the movies to I-I-
School:-biology class proclaimed the necking and petting of the 90th, Now There's
(I to his.mother" and father.a t: last generation or the making Of Values I
I dinner: ut of this one. 2 HOURS
"I know this Is the real thing 'In an earlier chapter w e t ,
'i j' I'm in love with her and we're stated that sex is not so much FREE
V!k going to get married u. soon) sn set as a meaning. M e a flings t !
as WI'"_,,*.enough I Jus t are of paramount taper PARKINGON
II know hcmild never love anyone lance, too, In the dating periixL -
i) U-HirtUil. wy.- What Is a kiss beyond a THE OLD CITIZEN'S
w Sff:+r.la.lateIbrothy had meeting of surface tissue powered
be.aTorgotten.Mndwlhin a .by facial muscle? When BANK LOT (Urwv. Ave)

i halLirjear M had:.been her w boy .or girl are alone In romantic

sUBfiaoi's' :upon-the Jhrone ,of circumstances, their behavior *
tnjHove! Nancyy-Jane, Fhyllis. -, Itself may not count for FAMOUS MAKE
.-..5i HargarOT-By the time, nearly much as the motivation LADIES
the-toy-was-lT-h ha4"tatkedUr.&nWt.1lUedoten behind it What does it as MEN'S
II1mDIiD &
lItJrtlltbl"pareltS'n meant Is the kiss a sign of affection

selr day A-::had ,and respect? Or is Is ex- r
called crushes, anh ..wa s;DlQltatton.CfcaOcDge? (gI"reNEW LADIESFAll
stilt going strong. ';:- T E. to Girl

r The.only-differencawas jSach. net tamcy _hedidnVannounce J.0ne: ,of the most difficult as-I, '64 ;: 2 or 3 PIECE WATCHES 1
.avowal Mcts of'dating for the girl iso
with.heartfelt that MATERNITYDRESSES
discern the true meaning behind ,
this was the girl he was going .
, to many In the lingo of his a boy's physical advances EVERYONE IS A WORLD FAMOUS t

times, he simply said he: had Even a goodnight kiss may DRESSESSHEATHSOR BRAND. THESE ARE DISCONTINUED
found "a new 'woman." Imply be a boy's attempt- to
haw far he Blandishments REG. 6.99 CASE STYLES.
I But love In the teens. is not can go. -
of kindthe
to be brushed aside.It Is theyoungsters' every
exploration of the familiar line are part of the lilt SALE 4.99 FACTORY
exploitative game. It la a challenge .-
new continent.where one day
they will settle down for the to a girl's perceptlvenesso
' rest of their lives. It Is the continent -' establish with some certainty : MATERNITYSPORTSWEAR g'J
of Independence: inde- whether the boy is expressing JEWELED
genuine affection for her or "
pendence from parents is MOVEMENTS
merely out to use her.
"Ideality" Crisis"The
The late Professor Frank W. FULL STYLES
dramatic boy girl attachments
Hoffer used to tell his classes (TOPS, SKIRTS)
of the teens are their IN COTTON KNITS,,
:In courtship and marriage atthe
to find substitute for,
attempts a & SLACKS)
University of Virginia,
love. They are letting MAGIC CREPES. II
parent go I
"When a boy who has no sincere -
I of the apron strings and the SATINBACKRAYONS REG.
feelings toward a girl I t
search for something else I to
tempts her to neck or pet, be & 'ti 6.99 '
hold to quite
on may
frantic. 11 simply offering her I price '
tag of cheapness to hang, BLENDS. SALE
Teenagers these days c.nw.
round her neck-tor that Is Ms
wax eloquent about the socalled -
I valuation of her. If she accepts 3.99
"Identity crisis They have .
and wears the price tog MISSES'
been told, or they have read
-that Is her evaluation of her
in psychology books that these DOZENS OF
l are the years when they struggle self. WOMEN'S & li1itP Maternity Shop2nd Floor
to find out who they are But suppose a boy and girl STYLES TOJUNIOR'S
This Is true, of course. And sincerely believe themselves to
they take it quite seriouslyOne be In love or in the Infatuation SIZES SELECT FROM I
girl of IS said "It's not: stage which leads to love
Here, each could honestly
search for your soul or any- say
thlnr like that It's Just thatYOll' there Is no question of use or LADIES & MEN'SFAMOUS
\. got to know, well, exploitation; boy and girl each ,h....;.REG. 8.99 ii ,_1iJ'- LADIES
afl ut'our own personality and have a genuine affection and a .
1 I deep respect for one another. MAKE
, what makes you yourself Instead -
of somebody else." Why shouldn't they, then, goall .

l this A boy way,the"Sometimes same age I put think It I marriage the way? Why wait until II III Ii' )I WINTER WATCHES'SALEI

' I'm'just'I blob. Like prate./ Because waiting Is a test of'' '
( I PI
love. I
\ plasm. I'm sore of waiting (o r.
life .to put some labels on nn." A boy who truly loves a girl: ; LADIES
I so teas see who lam." ,does not wish to Involve her In Li' 4 / ; l 39.95 TO 71.50ANNIVERSARY
The parent generation e. i I' an offense against morals and, 7.99 I x
} never be adequately helpful t Ian affront to society. A prim' V ) BLOUSES;
youngsters in these straits I t essential of love Is respect I 'r&tLiU
takes another youngster abou I The boy respects the girl; he,
t the same ale to understand tl idealizes her. Her purity Is precious r." KEG. 2.99 SALE 24.88
And abetted by nature's pluto I to him he would vigorously ) Znel
make husbands and wive I'' defend her against any Dress Shop

o out of them someday, they see k: Insult or offense. Fes'r ) SALE Street Floor
out ,the opposite sex. :1 l Parents,Hast Defend 2- Jewelry S.,.
} They Fall Hard Would he, then sully the I
:Being somewhat off balan1e' ce purity himself Would he risk ,1.99 :'
heir transitions from 0 n e.,foisting upon her the crushing: uuu.P .

slag(of life to another, they burdens of remorse and guilt ; ANNIVERSARY TIMID THI TIMI
fjfr.easlly and they fall hard Would he be an accomplice la SIZES 32
The girl becomes zealously attached her loss of self-respect? I '; FOR C.B.A. OPEN YOUR C.I.A.
to the boy and the boy A mother saM to me recent TAILORED OR TO 40.
II-'derlj! consumed with tile1t' ly. "How can I talk about virginity ; CBA IS WILSON'S
to 17.ear- 1cIodIuP FRILLY
ter? I feel..almost embarrass
rrsrents make a mistake to ,
i iAa
hmgh this off. U they ridicule ed.' I seem to have nothing tosay .r ") C I Al BUDGET ACCOUNT
the youngsters or make light except the old platitudes, 0 BLENDS

at their affect!"", the runaway while all the sew and modern ,+, A I C NO DOWN PAVeMENT
feelings become wilder still. I Influences seem to tug in the '
Certainly It Is Just InfatuaHon. other direction."
..But what else Is the boy. It Is just because. parents 'e i' Cli'
girl feeling of any couple: until have been put on the defensive' 6 MONTHS TO ,.
I they nave been married enough: that they must defend. The attack PAY. .
furl for Jove to develop and I la Incessant Dr. Goodrich MS
grow? Infatuation is a sort offlworjMho C. Schauffler of Portland,
theory held by ,4 Oregon has commented. "We
young couple that In their fad nave only to look about us to .

fangs for one another love may retlte that as a nation, w e ...
develop. Marriage la the jrwrfcig art preoccupied almost *bsesaeeVwUh .
I ground. the superficial as-'

The teen-age going steady pacts ef sex;. yeu night say, ;:
pattern whlct has characteris with sex af I form of amusement @
ed Ibis generation complicates .children today are :: 1
Oo boy.girl patten. subjected to sex In Its rawest =
are for the most part PamI"l forms before they have Ike run 1C
anal for a reason faintest concept ef Us total r"
I knew very wen but .meaning te life." v. LADIES ton DI'SS'R 01 VANITY ]
I mll.'They feel there la safety It to for parents with cour- ,
lit numbers and thai their boy age end certainty, not wild WOOL AND T

i ! any gushes about being old- \ Ir.lr :
yoked or WOrM If he er sheplays ,fashioned, to do for young people WOOL BLEND "Ai
the field Instead .. enterksg what today's barrage of sn J
npsai toe deep an attach- stimuli never does: to relate "LAMPL"
Best with one .hdhkftiaLPattern sn to Its total meaning to lite.Or .
CkasajtofTeday youngsters are desperate ::;
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the going' r''ady pat'. for this. Even beneath exteriors & OTHER
tern as changing oangsten which sometimes seem LADIES FALL WEIGHT '
.... dent play the Ud as they brash, tbeyy earn fir adobe SKIRTS :.
Ot hi Mom and Dada gnu who know life to espouse with DRESSY AND TAILORED r'4
ation. but they tend to go steady conviction end even wtth pep ity, aU% ,M"
far shorter periods and to shift stoa the eternal vakseswhich to FULL OR SLIM r-
mere readily from one steady they ....... SUITS "
I* another.Tit I The ... yean art yean athmsHgation STYLES .
petters Itself ai of saaaJtonnoojuence. lerreUug sot tile WOOL & WOOL BLENDS. FLANNEL RIG Y FASHIONED GAIL RIES OF LINE

What parentsreaa secrets el personality and try- ORIG./ 7.W-999
y are conctned... is ,.hkg to discover: Ors chards el MOHAIR LOOP OR BASKET WEAVES GOLD 01 MTi0UE'J'

sex hnoivcncnt and bare amen harmony betwwaa 11I.-.. ,
dating patten Is not (he I icy el me male ana An ...... ORIG. 19.99-=aeon, SALE rays;wE cope 11AQIB SMifUSl

maW danger, nor could a i UkoA* ......... + e.ghaatral-fey $399 ,;
chaaaje b .the doling pattern be I SALE 12.90
faV.putattlaai fran that daav I What shall the teen ", : look fort A pretty bee A physique. t.

1>a real. antecta el the hvwgittj a shape a goad. taking laJ'.l Dadg*. .Satter!!SifjW4 "' "
el yovagstsrs Kss asthesr anckaae? ...'. what ... ,
ssilentandSBg and apprv. fewer Hater toM has court CM t Sift SIIep.w S'ertswwr SkIPs ,...* Cr iktfltrw9 ale.. .
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Remains Up In, The Air HEAVY DUTY I

'TALLAHASSEE!: future of the controversial Leg. close down. of the state, the commit.. Orivw m toir lee eu...mDMvnimnisiziSi !
J talatlve tee could not accomplish
Investigation Committee I any-
Rep. George Stalling of Du- thing worthwhile. Ibat lIme et $95
remained In the air
today val County and Sen. William this low
after prk.a lyk.pOpent..d.
the resignation& of two See
Young of Plnellas Park said
ate members and tile announcement : they did not intend to resign: --.r.-. ON"save 1 I IJ
by Senate President W ilOther members Include Reps. ElectricalOUTLETS 1 n wm i.NiL J
son Carraway that be would not t; Bill Owen of Martin County and I piMMrioiniii STATUS
(01 the vacancies.tSen Leon Jones of Bay County.The X*.K.*,X".H',X,' I KM CDUNO INSTAUATIOM..
: Charley Johns of Starke, staff of the committee, ADDED
power on the committee during -headed by John Evans: ,a former IUidntlil! 'Industrial.'Comnwrtlil! I CHESNUT ;OFFICE
its 10 years of life, and Sen. aide to Gov. Bryant, quit about ,
Robert Williams of GricevUle, two weeks ago for reasons that CALL
vice chairman, resigned without were not made public. C. P. Dressler EQUIPMENT CO. INC.
k warning Wednesday. Johns, a former governor of'I Electrical Contractor ,
:'They said the committee Florida, and Williams did not Phone PR '191. '
\\ couldn't do anything worthwhile go into detail In their letters of I 1M W. University. FR M42I
910 N.W. 4H. St.
I) before the 1965 session resignation to Carraway, except

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Fatal: 4 ,";. Listen to Cincy Tilt

With LSU .
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:,. :. Associated Press Sparta Writer that gave the Pirates a 1-0 vi -service. Cardinals never trailed

I don't know of any' football team Florida hu played la "I'd rather play" anytime than tory.. While the leader were bat At Cincinnati the Pirates
witch or Usten, said Ken Boy. The Cardinals hold San
now a one- ting Francisco retained its 1
recent yean that has managed to beat !the Gaton so c0sisteutlyby : 1 finally broke through to the
er of the St. Louis! Cardinals. game lead over the Reds with mathematical chance at the,
capitalizing enUP. mistakes as.has 'Saturday T marathon game after the Reds
's a 3ht "I'm more nervous now than only three remaining title Houston S-IID 11
night's foe Louisiana State. aT by edging had stranded U base runners
I was on the field." And even cautious Johnny Innings Milwaukee nipped the,
and failed
The triumphs-of M"Tfl both XM1 and 1M and. last'year's Boyer and the rest of the Car- Inane the St. Louis manager, New York Mets M in 12 Innings to score for the 32nd

144-win stand as vivid tettknony to the fact. dmati had Just trooped Into the had to admit: and John Pundits of the Los straight inning.

dressing room alter their eighth .'I like our position," Angeles Dodgers stopped the Donn Clendenoa got the Pirates
For memories that need proddin&V-bere ars some "for a- .fit + consecutive victory an M The three games the Cardinals Chicago Cubs 2-0 on two hits in started In the Uth with a

amplest slon over the Philadelphia decJ.1 have left are all against the his first major league start double, the first extra-toe hit

b Ml t>. Gators were big naderoags br a starter. 'MB lies that give the a New York Mets. The Reds meet Simmons bringing his record of the game and only the fourth

the UP carried the fight to LSU drovej N yards to get within one-game national League lead Pittsburgh once more then I to U.I, did not allow a hit until hit for Pittsburgh Bill Maseronkl .

Meld pal reap ealy to toe .Be three ....ta... LSU over Cincinnati by the end of along wind up with two games against Richie Allen singled with two sacrifice Ciendenon to third
deflected the 07. SAP wl s N 0. 5.n1 1on'lIight. ,the Phillies, who lost their 10th 'out In the seventh bmln,. By and he raced home with the

CARDINALS LISTEN TO REDS LOSE Now the Cardinals huddled straight and fell Its back and that time, the Cardinals had decisive run as May beat out n

The Tigers took advantage ate later UF tumble to get Dick Grant (L), Curt Simmons Tune In around a radio, their bodies almost out of contentionnalthhu built an 1-0 I lead, mostly against bunt down Urn third: base line.

close enough for n TO; then put the fame away by picking hunched forward anxiously as Teaches Jim (Perfect Game) Dunnln,. Pitcher's Bsttto

off Larry Libertore pitchout for an easy six point.loTUM they listened to the Cincinnati- Alex Johnson followed Allen's The Pirates' Bob Veala and

'tne'Citoreaiam-wen-touchdown ;bound'until a.; Pittsburgh game Curt Simmons put the virtual hit with a homer, the PhJllias Cinelnnatt's Jim Maloney bad

noted After the .Reds and Pirates finishing touches en the PbIUIuCMI1I'eI scored In the and battled through\ U scoreless
Darn paid to Utody III ants mhvflred LSU never asa ( tftH'jttil1r gtttt'SORTS battled again eighth
11 scoreless
: through winning the key
-, passing team Wt two 16-yard effete apIaIt tilt cw. game finally chased Simmons In toe Innings and Veahi continued' his
innings, Boyer called it his
It 1DIJd. quits, against former teammateswith ninth when Ron and string multi he relieved
a m islrQ yea platas aiww uaigndlana ( JIUUIIII finished dressing and left. But Taylor was by
X fmlting' toad ninth-Inning help. Gordon Richardson down AI MoDem In the 13th. Veahi
tile OF haltbaek **ni .to..sleep) and the o. ethers remained.Ne Simmons, 1M against Philade,. put
"""' "*- the final Philadelphia struck out U batters for
downs made! ft easy1Tt&b'ftfist&kes/ Hurry phla since he was released by rally. n
Tarn Cite league ieadttag total of W and
Hurt "I'm In no hurry to leave" the club In 1MO, left the Phillies
; Boyer Groat and Curt Flood allowed hits.
said Dick Groat lUll In enry seven
sitting In a position where the !beat>> they
each collected: three hits in the Maloney limited the PIr.tlllo
; his sweating uniform.It can do is tie for the top spot
! Last year-the .Galore ,outplayed LSU strongly, except: for Cardinals' 14-hlt attack white three! hit and strait out 11 In a ,
good thing This Is the
was a
: a"rambl.'atxTn pasTtotereeiMloi. Both W;to.flger r' .....", Not until the Uth inning 4 (for me from. biggest the Cardinals victory Tim McCarver hit a homer and all II Pirates and 17 Reds '
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dowosfrwactoje-ra. Ilwaeeidiyt'll.tl: 1. JN4, hours, 14 minutes and II men standpoint," said Simmons, who joined with Bill White to share.. struck out, setting a major

f t fJBCr&:0: :eta .*called suck. ;d_whaelag het uu, left on base later did the was a member of the pennan Four run batted In. McCarver :league record' for two teams In

, i. ..i..lfimt; the .xiMlmJi- Hrat..'' v '. h Reds finally lose as Jerry: May winning Phillies In IISO but homered following Groat' sin- ,an extra-Inning game.

dropped a successful squeeze missed the World Series be-
.-.Twrte. M.ji TijarM: ** wknt todewaea they;

ton* the...... And:.there:am few. beets .naywhere ale,.., J National League Boxes I
pnOdeai sBttogwJ a tonekdtwa" than LSU." WIND UP DRILLS.Gators -

Lwbenlht: Tlgarr Wt: nMnoV V..ietkb. else again. NIM Same .... sloe

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* alppi State games previously to allow tilt Galore to wipe nut hUaslaslppiState. ton.Coach I veteran Mlka Vincent used asa I ...." ." .
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: .to with.the Hew' York averagaig Giants. Bobby Jen Green, with I Gainesville High School spark -' bomb to the short gainer, harder their 1M3 record a 7-4 decision L.- -$-N.$. I"....,..s l. A5.A ,l4... ..,.."M5Met their In sons" for! free Instructions

toe Chicago Bean hi a.' tor a Qwsn aim .to M esOstorboater. a balanced offenaiM. attack -. to defend against to PlY North Marion was M-D i* N e M se Msruiv gun-handling.

Groan's. rushing k tkjhtkloridawwwefespreMntedtellCMistM_ from Jncknsnvtn: lasso Nlblack said GKS 'ha* most a season ago and added bowl |m I| .1 111: I.i :: r Larry Overby, club official,
Flats* UgM Tans of Ill penonnal tor Pa. ieby.Gutilrreg. gg .(f ; I aid the
dai tbh'sst' bathe randy range I 11 located adjacent
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Uth to .pass ,....., ntoe. ; Jimmy Hal fifth to acorkg wnydty.Condi'. worked IuD speed all weak but good workout We spent a lot JOHN RIaR; ;- MM. -r u. .... : airport behind t the Sperry

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r returns' _.l ateragi::' Caters tMfe :Is.w .,... asjbtconpiettona .Pima km switched from night" punt returns." .

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-- But the Indian's tomahawk use kai beta sharpened with a record, with a win ever Englewood and a tie'with strong. Last week produced a record of nine right, one wrong and

404 slaughter if May aid a Ul decision ever Newbe",.,. RibauU. two ties. That makes a season mark of 20-3-L The one tattler I

I, was Cedar Key and Hawthorne. I. picked a..,19-13 Haw
The Thomas boys have been Instrumental In both wins The Eagles! run from a pro-type oftense'wlth Pajclc filling. victory, and Cedar Key turned the tables Jor a IM
6 iM 4' / with Jimmy en the passing end and Tommy doing the receiving the air with footballs. : decision. -

kr r :h t Throw In top-notch running ability and they're two Important HOW ABOUT THIS Who says being coach's wife Isn't.

cogs In the offensive machine. 'It'll be a tough one expeclally en 'the road from start..tofinish. dangerous Ask.Mrs John Raper ,wife of the Gainesville! s t I'I'thome

"We're looking for a tough one this week" first year .,Here's hoping the Hurricanes gained enough momentum High basketball mentor )bout.It 6he'| walking around. with, t tI

Coach Jim Daniel said yesterday u he surveyed his forces. In. the impressive 24-7 win Oyet'falatb, last: weekend.. finger ,In splints.Seems there was this volley ball Same y!
"Chlefland has a good club and Is coming Into the1 game ''NORTH -'Powerful
MARION n, p. K. YONGE North
Lake Butler Gets 2-0 also." (Llstea with Nissea every Tuesday sad Thursday nights

Marion Invades P.K.. Yonge Friday J la,what should -be an outstanding ., stISS oa WGGG) _ _... .
Daniel reported that his squad was In excellent physical. battle. '

Peek at TigersLake condition with no Injuries whatsoever.The ,The'aolta""have downed Class AA Eau 'GaMe and'Trenton BrpiicosJVIay' Decide. Ji Ii1p'I

youthful coach plant to Map his offense with Jimmy far a M record and don't appear to be'slowing down.' JACKSONVILLE -, Orlando,: losing streak t to five garnet with

Thomas' passes and the running of fullback Harold Grlner, Fullback Tear Hansen should l keep 'it Interesting' for PET victorious in five of its,last six a If 14 decision-'in last weekt
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a 195 pounder of bullish abilities and halfbacks Tommy games; could have a lot to'sayabout' games.Id .: ;
Thomas and Bob Lyons. but overall, North, Marion looks too rugged to.cor quer. .
brothers who winds' Blue the
Butler, home of the terrific Thomas quar- p. ;only"ether activity
ChJefland .... has STARK 11, ST. AUGUSTINE -The Starke,Tornadoes and Grey Division winners of this weekend Huntsvllle
terback Jimmy and halfback Tommy finally will get a peek the material t for a shot at the airways tgoeo-
with Ojoarterback Dennis ZelenJk doing the throwing and come up aganut a talented foe this weekend, but I'm sticking ,the Southern Football League. to Mobile.co -
ae the 1964 edition of the Union County Tigers Friday .
halfback Wendell Ctrtia eaicUII,. with,(hem to make it through victoriously. > ;: The Broncos,' third In the more more

night. It's ton the Tornadoes' home field and their 14 record Is Blue Division with a S I,record ,SOUTNim ITANOIMSIN ,
And to will Chiefland'i Indians at I o'clock at the football Corbin'and fullback Ted Key, who missed the Newberry '. will play nothing: but MrMM ?' '
game because of an Injury lead the running game Corbin Impressive t 0I.TPCO. ,
field. contenders in heir remaining OwtMl IMC ..../. 1 1 171 Pa.0S4.0.5
rushed for more than ISO yards last weekend.The FLORIDA HIGH (, SANTA FE 1'Santa Fe sports a rugged six gamef. They start a rough ._ .. .1.71..
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That's when the two Suwannee Conference powers both game definitely should be rated a tossup. But you justcan't team this season but Florida High looms as .a'giant obstacle. finish Saturday, meeting Grey 5 e. n VIII 111
battle-with the winner tak ere
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sporting records grid leader, Jacksonville In the Ga-
pick a tie, so I'm giving a vote for Lake Butler In a WLT. ..
ing a large stride toward the conference championship wild and tor Bowl JacklIIo' S I I 191 111
woolly contest. Lake Butler
19, Chlefland 13.
The Rebel defense should contain Florida High pretty well champ CfiMimmmiCclumtul 1 1 e III 111I
The Tigers have swept to Impressive victories ever.New- GAINESVILLE but the offense will need to get rolling. The defending league ... I 1 1' M. 131
FAXON 12 The 't'a S''0 NI0ro.4.
their first two i,o n Robins handed'Chattanooga W06IIIi. .
berry (20-0) and Jasper ((2M) in games on Gainesville Hurricanes PrmdilMOrlMM '
the road. face another rugged Jacksonville team Scanning the field: Wllliston 14. Keystone Heights 0; New. ;:its worst beating of the 1355,1051 I'I: I
this weekend In ,
Faxon's passing Eagle berry 13, Branford I; Trenton 19; Greenville 7, Cedar Key season 41-14 and Blue leader H M JKkiHMItWlIU M4MWtoni _

Now the Tiger If home and ready for more clawing. Quarterback Gary Pajcte has. led the Paxon squad to a 1-1 13,Taylor 6;_and Hawthorne 7,Melrose 0. Daytona Beach'ran Huntsville's f*'.. S./ISd1- .

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f Yankees :on Threshold of ,Pennant After Sweep* I iI

HAL BOCK and Baltimore Orioles behind and each had three hits and ington Senators whipped the The clinching, whether It: ers and Jackie Brandt-had a

1 Aaaaiateed Press Spirts writerTh. and broke open what bad been a three runs batted in in the Orioles M ta the second game comes today or later In the two-run shot to back up Bun

corkscrews are out and tight pennant scramble. nightcap after homers by Mick of a twr-nlghter. The Orioleswon week, will make the Yankees ker's 19th victory In the opener.

could the champagne's be the on ke.fins Today Pete Ramos, who baa been ey Mantle (No. 35) and Joe the opener t-4 for rookie 14th pennant in 18 years and the But the Orioles slipped against
for Phil to
I .toot his harmonica again and Manager Yogi Bern's bullpen Pepitone (No. M) bad helpedwin Wally Bunker's 19th victory. first under Berra.Baltimore Claude Osteen. who got relief

4 this time be can play Yankee stopper since coming to the the opener. Tom Tresh bada Elsewhere In the American has a much slimmer help from Steve Rldzik to win
Doodle Dandy. Yankees from Cleveland Sept 5, League. Cleveland swept Boston I chance after splitting with his 15th In the nightcap.
homer in the second
The New York Yankees are came on to finish the Tigers off two-run Wand.e and Minnesota,Washington. The Orioles would Boog Powell rocked Osteen

on the threshold of Owtr"J9th In. both ends of Wednesday'stwinbOL game. whipped Kansas City 11.Tht have to sweep their last three with his 38th homer but the

American League pennant today Ramos has eight saves Aaetaer Jolt Yankees, who have won games and have the Yankees Orioles, ,now five back In the

after a twtalght doubleheader and ooce victory as a Yankee. Baltimore's dwindling hopes 13 of their last 14, are M-10 drop five straight' to gain a tie. toss column, couldn't mount

sweep against Detroit Roger Marls and Elston How got another Jolt when the Wash- since the Lira incident 1 Jerry Adatr poked two hom sustained attack.

f I cut the magic number over the

: Idle Chicago White Sox to two.

Tht scores were,M and 11-s.

I Another sweep against the.n rf
jers tally would end It. _

tooting Urn, his who harmonica was ....'during tm for a, NOW! More comfort

Yankee slump ta August ,has
RAP THREE HITS EACH FOR BOMBERS promised not to play again uaU' and better fit!1I I

ElaUn Howard (L), Roger Maria the clinching party. Tba mine. ;

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GalllnUl., SUit Thursday, Oct 1, 1954 ,

I Chiefland Goes Looking for Lake: Butler Scalp

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,.B, LARRY WOODS Daniel said he would start! Terence battle. Doug Mitchell, ace. signal I' Keystone can be expected to Rocky Brunce and'!Elam Gillla- ton, Don Truluck, tackles; halves;
fin Sports Writer the same eleven that beat Jasper I Chiefland wil go with ,Wesley 'slier and part owner of Back call upon Cliff Chapman Glen om will handle the backfield Billy Martin Jimmy W I MI, The Rlverland Conference
ChfeOand goes looking for last week which Includes Peake, Sam Swllley, ends; if the Week award, will openit Mooneyham, ends; Chester chores for the rebounding Key- guards; Lanny Bishop, center; will feature contests between
Lake Sutler' scalp Friday James Ashbell, Rocky' Shiver quarterback, with Bobo Crif- Glen, Johnny Moon, :
Wade, tackles; stoners. Tommy Farnsworth or John I Trenton ,and Greenville cedar
night u both, unbeaten Suwan- Larry Clyatt Rusty tackles; Larry Allen, Tom-- ith and Mike Mikell) at the Tommy Byrd, Lee S u t ton, Newberry. traveling: to" Branford Kennard, at quarterback, Harry Key plays host to Taylor
nee Conference powers look to ends; Henry Whitehead, John my Andrews, guards, and Ce- alves and Robert Head at guards; George Allen, center. win stick with Bo and Ter- Holder, fullback,'and Wayne High of Pierson and Melrose
keep, their records: clean. Stephens, tackles; Glen Bran- cil Asbell, center. "Mhsck i Stephan Brokas. Gary: 'Cooper tell Bass at ends; :Buddy Bros- Thane... Larry Dalton at the will be at Hawthorne.
Tonight, Cross: City gets the nen, Kenny Williams, guards, Starting Backs
'lump on area team for the and Don Bennett, eenter., Greg Beauchamp or DennisZeleznick
football weekend as they play will open at quarterback GENUINE
The Thomas brothers, fast 2 Door !
boat to Lake City'f "B" team. with Wendell Corbln and Beauty
dreaded combination .
becoming a
Bear coach: Al Parrlsh relates Earl Cannon at the halves and
for Lake Butler foes, willspearhead FRIGIDAIREBudget
his boy should be In fine the Tiger backfield Garland Blackman win go at .
shape for this contest but adds, Jim at and fullback.
with quarterback
"You never know bow these Tommy at right halfback. Harold WUllston Is expected to stay FRIGIDAIREOCTOBER 'I Buy! ,
to in the unbeaten column as they
games art going go. We Griner will be at fullbackwith '
ban everything to lose and Bob Lyons holding away invade Keystone Heights, Bruce t4
Lake City has everything to at the other halfback post. Mitchell, Ronnie Stevens, at
gain should they beat us." ends; Jimmy Milllgan, 'Doug .. \, .
Over at Lake Butler head The fireworks for' the Chief- Stevens, at tackles; Mory Leg- -
coach Jim Daniel Indicates his land-Lake Butler contest startat ler and Hallie Priest, at .
Tigers are prepared to makeIt I p.m. and Indian coach guards; and Robert Philpot at FABULOUS VALUES
uncomfortable for the Invading -Doyle McCall indicates his boys center will make up the Red _
Indians ai possible. Ire up for the all important con- Devil line. _

:Randy Corbin, MitchellTie SALf\ ON ALL ,REMAINING

Ii' i 1 1964; MODELS 722a..,lrret.a.ri ,

for 'Back of Week' No ctefroeHnf Section ever! In Refrigerator

I00-lb zero zone Freezer-
BY LARRY WOODS had eight tackles plus 10 assists one touchdown. New FRIGIDAIRE IMPERIAL separate door.
Bus Sports Writer from his linebacker's pos t: It was Mitchell's fine passing .twin Porcelain Enamel' Hy
For the second straight week ss WUllston and Cross City, against Cross City, and against Orators.
... two Suwannee Conference backs tied, 1313.Considered. Branford In the opener t h at NINETEEN 100 Frost-Proof! tore more In storage
'., split honors for area Back of a "fair passer" has led to keeping the elate door.
''1 Week. (completed. 138-ysrds again s I; clean for Williston thus far. /aasd Frigidatn isisslablOMM
Cross City's Randy Corb I n Greenville) by coach Al Par, Corbin, already on the scoutIng Iwl
\ and WUliston's Doug Mitchell rlsh, Corbln's main cup of tea lists of Florida FSU and Nm alAI t b d.1f0.t rear -
stand front and center today apparently Is his running game Clemson, la not exceptionally I ornMgintarMctfonlMopptaf Thrift 40"
si each contributed their In two games he is avenging fast, says coach Parrlsh, but, ,
,, share In making last week'sBearRed 170-ysrds rushing per contest. "He has a way of making the I 212-ft. ftitar wWi Uftoot door; Pull 'N Clean
Devil standoff affair Mitchell, WUliston's talented right moves st the right time
one of the season's best so far. quarterback, wasn't taking a and h a s tremendous leg power. twRon-To-YwbMtett.; I Oven Range
1: Corbin, team' captain and backseat to Corbin as the twoteams ." Populst Rotl.To-Yell gJNftw Mr* '
bruising 119-pound( fullback for fought to a standoff las "Actually the beat way to described '
I blck1f foacII oat to'JO ..
r the Bears, gained Ufyards week.,The lanky Junior completed Randy would be to say ,
rushing last week, scored both 15-17 passes for IM-yards he's Just an all-around boy, the .,RttnwtttE. cm...r..llaldI1UII& !
touchdowns for Cross City, and through the air and threw for kind of a fellow a coach en- '
of !resit .
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Joys having around"Other I
area backs receiving WmM MUM fci tail 41 tot Mnfctlatlt '

Lincoln ShootsFor special mention for their play 'of the fItpQI> rce EJ.ctoe ,
last week Included Brian Hlpp,,
1,1 Gainesville; Tom Hansen, HUll Porcelain EOSJBSI.. tfyd tor.
PKY; Wendell Corbin, Chief-
: 3rd land; Phil Elder Starke; Rosmy. ItDrI&I doN' Mild .., fh.tua. a aEeR.Rtta4

Straight James Petty, Santa Fe; Terry '. dlpailfRba M.tl11l' iltar tt
Bolinger, North Marlon. -
_lid h stMl doMtt mad oft*.
Lincoln High, $Ichool l will hoot High of Sanford, will be a bee
for Its third football victory ol f vy favorite to add. Gibbs to Ed SuerehRolls UP TO Frisjdalro' exclinlvel Oven
d the season when It entertains their string. slides: out for assy stand-up
$200 cleaning!
i Gibbs High of St. Petersburg The St. Petersburg team,
st g o'clock tonight at Citizens 605 Speed-Heat surface unlt-.
trying to revive the gridiron a Treeeha Altaweiiee PORCELAIN Jet,fastiCookMailer
Field. sport after several years of be- I
1+ The Fighting Terriers, fresh low-par representation on the automatic
\ i t from a 87-7 win over Crooms, football field, has several top In Night OwlEd oven control!
,i Individual players but does not r-Wdalre Dependability,tool
figure to approach the balance Suereth of Gold Coast
F' ) Bauer Signs Terrier attack. Restaurant rolled' a M6, >on FRIGIDAIRE : I
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o Coach Jesse Heard said Lincoln games of MH74-JM to lead the Budget buy. .. Compact Listen to th* itM' FRIGIDAIRE I
was battered from thegams Night Owl League at Palm Soak Cycle Convenient! small voice of
New Pact Lanes. FRIGIDAIRE
with Crooms but that he ,
expected his players to rebound Autrey Smith of Hughes Supply Washer I FRIGIDAIRE QUIET COMFORT TWIN 39 8f
BALTIMORE (APJ-Msnager against Glbbs. I had a Ml on U51W2U.Shu at
Hank Bauer who has kept the Probable Lincoln 1 I starters Cagle had a 110.Suereth's al-PorcelamRefrigerator!t HitstFraezer!
loom aa Clayton Toombs lid 223 was top single tafcet price
Baltimore Orioles In contention Clarence Mills, ends; Emanuel game while Gold Coast had a I
for the American League pennant Kteckly and Stacy Bell tackles; Hilt on .. -..... and Ala- ,
down to the final week of Harold Davis and Louis Carter, chua General Hospital had a
guards. Charles *.. 1034 eerie. : .
the season, was rewarded today, ; 1'IouDo1. I
with err Norman Anderson, quarter. Howard Weir. Alachua General -alANT '* saw own
a two-year contract"I I back; Ralph Brocklngtoa and made,the 4-10 split

think Hank has done an Kenneth Galloway, halfbacks; In the University City Wom- usl. New! |
outstanding job this year, and and Maurice Alexander, full-. en's League, Settle Sprow ofCocaCola Thrifty
,;f: he has been given a substantial bact, had S30 on 150-117-193. s FRIGIDAIRE
Increase," said Oriole President Quarterback Anderson, with Marlon Nleland rolled S27 and
Lee MacPlulI In announcing many colleges already waiting Jeanne Leland had 534. TUlie "Tai YwN"
the retiring of an old friend. to make him scholarship offers, Ehrlg had a 211 top game. "
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I"\) In Bombings Late Morning o I

: Readers' N. Y. Listing

WASHINGTON (AP) Three partment and Mississippi Gov RequestSiSFSS1

white men were arrested In Mississippi Paul Johnson said today. -E Stocks IntNick IS-.
In connection with re- The arrests were made d AlllsChal 22%
by ; TIle Mleoae n.AM ........ IntPap 3tv
cent bombings of Negro homes FBI agents members of the I II = Alcoa I5Iia Jones&L 5U

near McComb the Justice De- State Highway Patrol and Pike Ill ill STOCK LISTINGS AmAIr 44% Kato Al 33

County Sheriff R. R. Warren. AmBrk 45% Ken'colt 12
The three were charged under .PIl ierce.Wtllbern.Murphey AmCan 44tt LIg&My 14AmCyan

Bryant Asks Mississippi with illegal use W Loch'd 37NAmMot
of explosives, a crime that car NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Forrest Labs "_"'_ 21 V.,I 80,700 Tel Gulf Sul I2'4 up % 17Vi Lorillard 44'i

$40 Million rles a possible death penalty.. Ill : Founders Lift _.__._ ",61,400 Foremst Dair 13.% inch AT&T M Mag'vox 29>*

They were identified by FB : Abbott Lab 2.40 40.,I Franklin Life .._._ Silt I 5J.100 Gen Refrac II off 114 AmTob 35* DAM M',
Director J. Edgar Hoover and 53'1 GreitAmerlcanCroller 12 14, 50,800 Dymo Ind 27% off AmpxCp 17% Mohasco 14'.
Allied Chem 1.10
For: ProjectsTALLAHASSEE Johnson as Ernest Frederic 2.00 13 ,._ ...?__ 40 M.OOO McDermott 35',. up 4"1" Anaconda 54* MontWd 40
Amerada Pt _
(AP) Gov Zeeck 23, and Jimmy Prinston 'n" +. Am Ele Pow USb 41Amt'r I Gulf Lift ..._....u.um.um...... 82%, 38,000 Occldentl Pete J2S up ACI. 7IV4 NatDalr K\"
Wilson M both of McComb Herff Jones ...,?.._ IS 31900 Rayonier 424 IViMNO 27'
Farris Bryant asked the director ; Enka __ 1.401 615'Amer 'I up Boeing 17* -
and Paul 25 Home Ins _.._..__.. 69 Vanadium l|' IH 58',
of the U.S. Bureau of the Dewey Wilson who 1TA lions _._? U4a 1314Amer t up Borden 77V' Penney
Budget Wednesday for some $40 moved from McComb to Jayess, ''INCL.L M Fdy __ .90 1I v', Kennasaw Life ,?,????......?? 10 36,400 RCA 324 unch Brunswk IV& PRR S8H
Life of Fla .,.,.,. .,., 7%
Miss ? ??? ? ?? 34,000 Pun Oil im 2l. SW
million for public works projects Wednesday. Armco Stl __ 3.00 n 71, up Celanese U't PepCoIa
during the 1966 fiscal year. Officials said the break in the Atch Topka UOa 33 x'I Loses Company _.... 11V 32,800 Chrysler 12% off H Chrysler I2H PhtlMor 7W

This was an Increase of $9 investigation came Wednesday, XBradford Baxter Lab .30 21'14, Milgo Electron .__ 11% 31.100 Xerox Corp 121'. off 2% ComEd 33* PhlllPet S3*

million over the amount appropriated when federal and state agentssaw Beckman In II'A Mort Guaranty Ins 25 31,200 Royal Me Bee 11 inch ConEdla KH RCA 32*
Wilson moving and Pacific SW Air -..-?-, 33 AMER ContCan 41* 41*
for the 1965 fiscal year guns Beech LF S 1.10 4. STK EXCH RepStl
Schlits Brew ._ 41%
largely because of the Cross- ammunition Bristol My .10 16 71 ACTIVE STOCKS DowChe 74 Revlon 27*
Florida Barge Canal which Paul Wilson is charged in two Brown Shoe 3.40 101 Secur Life ft Tr __ 6414 Volume Clone Change duPont 272V4 ReyTob 44*
bombings. The first was at the Southern Nitro.--.w 24% 7.MO Cutter A191.. EAL 31% StRegP 33
came to being this year. The Brunswick __ 144 up 1
state asked $15 million. home of the Rev. James Baker Price Fight Cambell S _._......_ UO 3514 Travelers Ins "..? .>..__ 4S' I,tot Fotochrome m up 74 Kodak!: 133 Seaboard M
The state's allotment of pub- Sr., in Pike County on Sept. f Carter Pdt ___ 1.001 le% Union Security Inv. _, 1% 50000 Brazil Tract 35'4 up % Firestone 44* Sears M

lic works money would be used The FBI said Wilson allegedly Service station operator Carl Hunt of Starke rue Case J I __.. 21 AMERICAN STOCK 46500 Synlex Corp U% off 74 FlaPw 30H Sinclair 4W

for flood control navigation hurled three sticks of dynamiteat fully the la front of Ma station which Cessna Air _... 1.00 23". DClLNGEAreoJetC'.en. 33800 TWA -Wts2t% up % FlaP&L 12* Socony 13
eyes poster __ 3111\
the Baker house Ford S7'4 SouthnC M*
beach erosion and in
general Ches OhIo 4.00 'lIeoas % ODD LOT TRANSACTIONSPurchases
All three men are cbarlecllllthe proclaims regular gaa at 24.9 cents a gallon. Hunt Anilei Corp ._..._ 3544 FrmstDa 13U SperryR 14%
vestigations. says the price war to now in Ha ninth week In Brad S Cas 3044 ?._.. 334130 .
Accompanying the governor to second bombing, one that CBS 1.1Gb 4314 AquaChemAurora ._..? 1074 Short Salts ___ 2,732 Frept toil 42 StBrand 13%
took late in ford County, a local record for skirmishes between Plastics _. 2t/ % StONJ M*
place FruehTr 33
evening of M .
Washington were State Comb Enl 1.20 31% Other Sales _.._
Sept. 20 at the home of Aylene the independents and chains. He says the low price lames Engineer ..___ 20'4 381,800 CenDytl 39% Studebak 1%
Director Randolph Hodges Cone Mills __ .10 19%
Total Sales .._..._.
cult his profit by about a cent a gallon, but that he Butler Shoe __ 10% > ? 364,332
: Bill Kidd director of the Quln on Summitt Street in Mc- Cont Alrl __ .40 2014 ? CenEI lilt Texaco 13*
Internal Comb. la doing a much bigger business as a result of the .. 3iromaloyZlnerama ... ._...._ It% PREVIOUS DAY'S CenFds M* Thlokol HHCenMills
Improvement Fund Conti Ins 120 %
"war." (Sun photo by Sam McRarvcy) UN _,. _,..3% STOCK MARKET
and Col. H. J. Kelly of the Con- Although there were people Contrl Data __ ?? 43* UCarb 12IV
servation Department. each house at the time of the explosions Com Pdts 1.50 1714 Computer Set .??.._.?. 3374 Advances __H Ml CenMtra N* UnltAlrc SI
there were no Injuries Delta AIr -.1W 5414 Cutter Labs A ..?_.?. 11'4 Declines ..? .??? S66 Goodrich S7* UnFrolt 20%

The FBI said the dynamite News Confabs Delta Steel 60 151 Data Control _._._, 13\1e Unchanged ___ 26} Goodyr 41* US Steel 11%

Fulton Inda ___._ .. Total Issues __..
MedicareConference thrown at the Baker house exploded Emerson EI .,. .100 44V 1,337 Creyhd 23% UnlvMat 13%

about 20 feet away. Mrs r Fair Camera _... JO 23H Gene Develop _._ 4'4 New 196344 Highs ,__ II GulfOll! 81* Woolwth 29%
Baker and an aunt were in the Flnan'l red 43 Jai Mlnit Mkts. ,,_ I% New 1963-84 Lows .__. 14URKET IntHarv M

Airlines ._... /v"4
house. Mackey
to FIt CIIartr 1.171 30H
Mrs Qum's two children I Subject Equal Fla E Cst 13-4 Meld Johnson ._.._.__ 11'% I

Deadlocked I and 4, were in her house with a .. Food Fair _M'" .M 224 Pac' NW Tela .?.__., 22%
WASHINGTON AP-A Sen- baby sitter when a blast ripped .. U Phlllpa BlocledwUig ..._...._ 4lY"
( FMC .100
Corp ? ... .... T.B Vm
t ate-House conference on healthcare off the front porch wrecked the Time ClaimsWASHINGTON Frlto Lay 41* Carders.-_'_ 1014
..__ Lew CI... Net C...
for the aged broke up today front wall and broke all windows Gen Tel. M 23.% RIc Group 1440 I
as Rolls 145.17 145.11 Off .01
In deadlock.The Sperry R. Wta. _._ 5.
Ga ,1006 H'
Syntai ,.,, .._._.. 5174 25 Industitels 191.41 114.11 "'.21 Off 2.14
conference ??? ??
ad- In
committee APThe dissent Commissioner .
: ( one ,Get Oil .101 M
50 stocks 520.14 514.74 514.54 Off 1.32
Else: _
I journed "subject to call" after Report FindingTail rederal Communications Commission I Frederick W. Ford promised Grace Ct _... lOOb M* Tampa 21% I
Tech Measur 1571
.the Senate members voted tostand I again to urge repeal of the 'Hel CUrtII M 14%
t firm their ruled today that broad I TWA WtsVabpar _.._.._.. ._ 21'%
on chamber's time law. In IBM..5.0045114
, Section equal another _.__.._.. 7'"
casters who President
.Inclusion of the administration- carry Commissioner Lee Loevlnger Int Min C 1MB 1114 I FLASHES 1

backed health care plan In a Social ohnson'a[ news conferences said the commission was being Int TIt _????. ? 1.00 H4 Affiliate MUTUAL riiiul _FUNDS.._ a IT I

Security bill and the House Of Thresher luring the election campaign :"Intellectually Impotent" In Kellogg JOB 47 Capital Life.-0--;: :=. 1021 .
members voted an equally uncompromising Lehman CP .,.,. 1340 29H .
are subject to claims for equal reaching the decision. Divert Growth ._ 1011, NEW YORK (AP-Steela) Improved
rejection. WASHINGTON (AP) The time by other candidates. I The ruling, however be Letton In 1M 74 In a thoroughly mixed Dow Joaee Stock Averages
D-Ark Navy said that underwater may Dividend Shares ..?......,.?. 1Nnyfus
Rep Wilbur D. Mills today Lone S CM .100 llVi .
The majority in the 4-3 decision academic Only four Johnson ) __. 2132 stock market early this afternoon
Pnvbaa Hour
search .u.m..imimi..u
chairman of the conference and I operations this summer Manblrd _..1(0 41 Day
ruled that broadcasts of news conferences have been ..... ..... 11.74 Trading was moderate
an Fidelity Caplt
i of the House Ways and Means located the tail section of Martin II ,_, 1.00 11% ?> 070.37 30 lnduaL oft 0.11
Committee told newsmen of the the sunken submarine Thresherand entire news conference "wouldnot broadcast since he took office McGr HID _.. Ida 35% Fidelity Fund ....- .__ II.SO Gains and losses of most key

outcome. He said no alternative I the sub's sail bearing her, constitute either a bone last November-and none since Mead Carp __ 1.70 46% Fidelity Trend _..,..., ION stocks were fractional 211.17 20 Basis up 0.46

I proposals were discussed and he ,number 593. fide news Interview or on-the- the Democratic party nominated Merltd ..4__ lOOa 43* Fund'tal Invest __ 11X The even-seven nature of the ,!! : !__Lti! up 0.2310.0li
J could not predict when the conference This was the most conclusive I pot coverage of a bona fide him in August.However'the Nad Alrl .""...??..., .N m Income of Boston .-_...? I,(3 market was mirrored byAssociated the M Stocks -
rf I might reconvene.If evidence yet of the location of: news event" Those two categories II* decision may N Y Cent __ .SOf 4Stt Keystone Ie'.1,,, It Press .vw.,. d M

, the conferees do not agree the remains of the submarine -I are exempted by the set a precedent for future presidential Nla II Pow 200 M% Keystone 54 __ 11.13 locks which at noon was un 4,710,000 Volume ,000,000

on a compromise Social Security which went down with equal time law'Happy9. election' years Norfolk W im 135 Keystone S-4 ???.,??????,??, 1.M hanged st 321.i with the industrial

: bill, and the two chambersdo 129 men aboard In April 19C3,' No Ind p S == 1.4'ISV.. Lit Investor It.U till and utility components -'Jones average of M Industrials,

not ratify their decision be- during deejnllve tests off the No Nat Oil _.1.10 541. Life Stock Fund IIIMaia also unchanged-a highly rails and utilities was up Jl at

[ fore Congress adjourns Increased New England!: coastThe I Loses Olin Math 1.20 431. Inv Stock 17.10 unusual showing. 310.n.

' ( retirement benefits as Thresher was lost In Owens n 0 .__ 2.50 101 Mais Inv Growth ,..??.?.. IU'olneer Stronger kbits of a price Increase Analysts referred to It aa "a
', well as the health care plan will Fund .????.?.???.,.? it.22
( about 1,400 feet of water acme Pac G hie E: __ 1.00 33.% for steel helped the tricky market" In which the
Puritan Fund __, _
. not become law. 220 miles east of Boston.A Pac Lung ._ 140 M III tocks of the industry trend could go either way.
Putnam Growth ,. 1.74
Pac T die T UO 21% ?- -
ago after months of : U.* Steel
year TV ft Elae 143 General Motors erased an Bethlehem JtepubUe -
I Road Dept. Inspection and photographing ol Custody FightWHITE Pan Amer A 1.20 RPart. imiii-t-.m-iiMN.i.i-i
Value Line Inc I.. early lost and traded unchanged and Jones ft Laugtun all
/ the ocean bottom by the bathyscaph Div 1.00 2511Pennaoll
Plans TourTALLAHASSEE Wellington Fund 11.17 as the strike against CM entand showed fractional pins.
Trieste the Navy produced PLAINS, N.Y. (AP- Mri Rockefeller filed her suit 2.00 39 NYSE MOST ACTIVE ITOCU Its seventh day. Chrysler and Studebaker were
!: (AP) The Pfizer .toe 47'i!
State Road will a twisted pipe which It Mrs. Nelson A. Rockefellerloot I after Murphy's remarriage June VehaM dare a... The Dow Jonea Industrial av- fractional beers, with Amerl-.
I Department Phelps DI 2.00 n"
said from the
j' show off its new highway con- came Thresher her fight today for custodyof 10. She alleged that the custody Polaroid ._. .. .117Pub 13,. Sunshine Mill 22% off 2* rage at noon showed a slight 1 Cd Motors unchanged and
I of sizable hunks of
.t Instruction to state officials and plus metal reports wreckage. The hull of the the four children she gave up I arrangements were affecting IV E G 2.10 .'.. 14Maunray Ds 3W up 1 loss of Jl at m.. but the Dow Ford edging higher..
of I
to the New
newsmen in a three-day tour sub was never pinpointed be- marry governor the children's health. Pure Oil __ 1.10 6111Rayonier

I .'''i starting Monday at Tampa. yond until today.Five York. Gagliardl ruled in a 4'-4 page __ 1.00 4214Rezall YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
I.,W Gov Farris Bryant will dedicate Slate Supreme Court Justice I __ JOb""

Tampa's $40 million expressway Joseph F. Gagliardl: who .heard opinion: Reyn Metl _.. .51 34.%

In the morning and I FireFighters tile case behind closed doors "The court finds that neither Rich Merr 1.10 57t.

open the final four-lanlng project earlier this month refused to the health nor the welfare of the R C Cola 1.20 21 High School Student Work? '

on U. S. lat Stuart that afternoon Die return custody of the children to children Is being adversely affected Roy Dutch 1.731 4014Ssarle ,

Mrs. Rockefeller. by reason of the feet that GD .10 14 I

I'q Newsmen will tour new highways -I Gagliardl said he found no the father has custody of them. Singer ._ Uo 30,
on the lower east coast In BostonBOSTON Me hat succeeded well In .. Potter
grounds for altering the Sun very Smith Kin 1.201 10 .1 By Sylvia .
and Orlando Tuesday and from Valley. Idaho divorce terms of his role and the children are Sou Cal Ed ._ 1.01 341.St .1 .. : ,.
I Orlando northward to Gainesville (AP) Five firefighters normal, healthy and contented. 011 Cal ..200 14..71 -
April 1, 1113. awarding primary ? ?
Should hell be able to handle both live II" or "I spend tt Jar eor.rtalnmenL" -
4 and Jacksonville Wednes killed Q: you, a financially
were early today custody to the former husband. The evidence adduced does not !It OIl Ind __ 2 GOb 13'
of with relative ease The overwhelming
a .. when they were buried under warrant a change. In the custodial Steel Drug .11 17'4TIIII welWf parent a toea-age challenge
+ day.The Dr. James S Murphy, by mu-
j. tour will end Thursday at tons of brick and mortar from arrangement which the VW 121 6211 boy. allow your son to hold .1 and bell lean valuable lessons response of the unsuccessful -

,.Tallahassee when the Road department I'a win that collapsed as they tual agreement Mn. Rockefeller parties themselves concluded." Textron 1.40 M. art-thni Job while going to high in making tone count was "I give It to my fami.

takes bids on its new ought a blaze In a vacant building retained liberal visiting TIdewater M school Q: Should. ha work to helpcUl" ly" or' I don't have any spending -

headquarters building. rights under the agreement.The The children are Mallnda 4. Trans WA 47'4UDIo A: Yes. He'll gain financially -, part of the financial load money." ''''''', firm

court to "01 the opinion who has been staying with Mn Pac 1 IOe 43% of course. The ...,...bllIt1 when he goes en to college" ? i advice to you to: Permit your

-Ruling Reduces The fire in what once was a that the best Interests of the Rockefeller since Murphy married Und AIr L 1,1Gb ftUpjolln of the work also. CIa ba of A: No. If you can possibly adolescent wage-earner to .handto -

four-story toy factory claimed children win be promoted by allowing the former Victoria Thompson I.. 11'4.11m treat emotional benefit to him. manage tt, avoid burdening him his money. l himself. allow him

,Land CostsTALLAHASSEE the greatest number of Boston them to remain In the and Carol I; Margaretta Waiterr.. 14"% Q: Will the experience help with the combination of work: to make his. own mistakes "to-

!: (AP) The fire fighters since 1142 when custody of their father" the 11, and James, 13, who are with Wet Lamb .70 2114WartIIln him to I Warn the value of mooey7 and study for at least the tint: posing your win can only boomerang

SL Florida Supreme Court ruled today six were killed. judge natd !their father. l 1M 4r4 two years of college. It's okay i since It will destroy bis

P that the increase in value Among today's dead was Pvt. Xerox 12t% A: Yes. This will be a INn for ban to combine work and Incentive to work"

Eto land resulting from buildingof John Clougherty 21, son of acting %nlth 1211 .... Inf eiperiance which he cannot study during high/ school but I II The widely held notion thai

a new road can be subtracted Fire Chief John Clougherty,. Higher Political Standards OVER Till cot'NTD: duplicate to liter life. Wit he I college' to I fufMlme Job When "early childhood deprivation.

[from land acquisition costs hi who was directing 200 fire fighters Mew rose IAI", 114 -... .... may spend his first few paychecks he becomes I college. freshman creates drive" la sharply challenged
[some cases at the scene and saw the I -, e..ave by ...' on the silliest things !ell bto work activity should be I by the results of questioning

..The court decision! .. couched men kJDed. Needed in America: LBJ -,., ......-.. .-. .we d as-too asst..eare hell soon lean to think out 'confined to !the summer vacation el both the successful

I la painstaking, technical language -, 'My God!" he exclaimed In anise an OI-...ones.*.-woe. ..MllesM woaaw hie speadtof. eertod.Recently. boys soul their parents. Febv.
boiled down to ruling disbelief, "I've Jolt my son!" Dy DOUGLAS d. CORNEL "This we can do," he said awe ee..e- oars w arq Q: If be does work who. t I Dr. Mortimer It berg found that the parents of

{that will help reduce the cost The others were Pvt Frank BALTIMORE) Md. IAP "by building bridges to these _. 1- I about fee paysksekT Km I ,.In..n. Psycholoflkal the successful boys were at a

Jto counties of buying land for Murphy. 44; Lt John CornelL President Johnson told a university people bridges of trade of Alice land ___...,-. 9H' should ha apood H? What II I ) Asaactotoa of New higher economic and educational

{construction of roads. 40; Lt John MeCorkle. S3, and audience today the times Ideas, of visitors.. and 01..hananttsrlaa ,Anger Fidel Life 24% fete parents, da not ap York and Dr. Valentine Appel, .level then the parents of
The court decision upheld a Pvt. James B. Sheedy 31. demand higher political standards lid. ,Amer Heritage 23* prow of what. ha toys? s vice jvestosnl of Denton 4 the quitters. "The real Inventive

I DM law which said that under I A dozes other fire fighters and to America and the buildIng Adopting the words of the late Amer Mat Ins __ 22 A: Your adolescent. wsje- Bowles, conducted a researchtint I fat work nee .to !the fulfillment

Ithe Florida Constitution full one civilian were token to Boston of bridges of aid and Ideal Oorie C Marshall founder of ,Amer Pioneer Life ___ %' earner should have the rb study of ever 3JOI adolescent, of the child's own per.sonal .

lvalue from land taking for highway City Hospital some to serous to Iran Curtain countries lookIng -the Marshall Plan to aid Europe Aoheuser Bud M* use !his earnings sa he sees boys trim an parts of the U J. Beads"and If bo must

must be paid, but that the condition toward freedom. Johnson said thai "per. Anodyne .-....-......_., 4% fit. No matter .hew strongly who. had ebtslned. J jobs selling contribute to the family till,
[enhancement value to the remainder "I i manent requires Euro: < Bank __ 14 should. be
The President spoke to Key. peace Cktoms you feel hat your chitTl eers wbecrlpttoM to a aatioaal pub what his money buys
( of e tract may be used No IndictmentsIn ser' Quadrangle at the Johns peaa dviUtaUoa to develop within ,j c.. La i Pow IN .toga should be put to practical ttcsttoB. The results of the study Identified aa his "..... ..

Jto offset damages to the tract'semahider Hopkins University Its historic boundaries.1 i Cewlea Mag A PbT....-.. 11% ueo saved fcr bas. educattacontributed hate sal yet bon pubIiIM4, but tramline"The

caused by part of U Mississippi -This" he _Id. "to the real'Dune A Brsdst __ im fII to the family. tin I have sees ,.iIber.'. prolimmary -- steep rate of high. achooldropmila
[being cut aw.y.Florida. a ,.. ,- After a bow to the North Atlantic road to freedom for those behind I Florida Gas __, Ml* tot ham make the dsrUon analysis and the above has formed the aaDon's >

PHILADELPHIA, M.... A alliance taking the the Iron Gamin." I FtoNatlBank ___- 14 ., spotaghl en teenage enpbymeat .
about H and do aot pay No questions tad answers pinpoint
Roads United Slates and Westcn Europe
( Neshoba County greed Jury The President's 21
speech era FlaTele --- -end Hue. study adds
Johnson said smatter how much yea went to some of Mi most provocativefndtafa.
yesterday faded to return bvoVtments part of a lecture series, one of another dimension to fee dueussfcM.
lid Retarded | teach him visdoa and dtorretto .
to the murder ./ "We must mobilize the vast of I
a string special eventsor Bargain? $1,500 *. let .ken devotee his own Of the 2W .boys about two- If you're a potent ton
IASHT.GTON AP- Areas three civil rights workers aDd strength of our communities to which the ueiventty !had earlier
widen and IIiIcredaILQ thirds gift. wtthto. .... first between w e r r y about year
t! tag In urban highway ,...- put the defead freedom, aot enty. to Ee-invited as speakers prominent '
IAN nUNCBCO (AT) 'child'i becoming a "premature
to d.damre. Win work htorfere with month I of employment. acid theseremberg
/I It be
hut where ought
Include Fort LauderdatoOrlando for refasBig rape ever polstattona toctodtog Mini's ,Sea. Barry Gotow.kr'i IUN- breadwinner' and resentsaenl af "
and'!,Isutts of their I........ hto stodtosT calk the 511YeeMelid. '
Tampa Jnneltgattoa.t vie.pre.te.IW rrnaing aisle. .
See FrsactoroOct.
,I s-ftoto dimtt to Not at the work Is "suit'tlb" The renutoiog. boys who his failure to aparectoto hew
rest Palm Beach, the Bureau t the same time, the IBHSMH.allwhite Tie President made ae sees Sea Hubert B. Humphrey, and A: '
4 9 Is effertog a b.rgebstale. 0056 .des boars'stuck at BBS Job lit a ,., soft ids life to, '....... re-
NIle Roads told a House'' Jury esneerased bead ties of asBHsry strength to this Repubflcane Rarhard M. HUMaad mosoktg
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I' Florida Fishermen Fail to Catch Four $10,000, Fish I Ihj

This li the first Florida fishermen have not t'i Pound Leads At
year caught Bass Dunnellna There Is no entry fee for Individual contestants with the

\ at least one of the four $10,000 tagged fish placed annually \sirealu ,. ... J. M. Walker, Jr., Inglis Florida, was winner of the black only requirement being that fishermen fish aboard a boat
i In Florida1 waters. However they did splendidly on the registered !in the tournament; !In
4 bass division of the Dunnellon Chamber of Commerce FishIng except, the pier, bridge!
I, lesser prizes. J and'' Tournament for the first week and leads for a 14 H.P. and surf competition where the only requirement Is that the

,t Flihermei Collect $<<,ase motor with an I pound 3 ounce fish Bob Hardwick, BEL- angler fish In accordance with the rules.

Although fishermen failed to hit the Jackpot for $10,000 field (" AIR RESORT and general chairman of the meet, announced Aside (from the Grand Prize Division, there II' Major
fish in the 1864 Schlitz Brewing Company fourth annual Fishing I. i the winners of the various divisions Award Division which includes 10 species of edible fish a .
Derby they did catch 1,389 tagged fish to pick up Special Award In the Warsaw Jewfish competition Lit.
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A larger bass weighing 10 pounds, t ounces was entered
'' in
,850 cash awards. tle
"ith ..1t"rllllJ..I'Jaill'nlt in the meet, but was withdrawn when it became known that prize, a Special Prize for the longest sailfish -
West Coast fishermen led the way with $14,171 In prize a guide handled the fishing outfit and tossed out the bait division, and a Principal Prize in the pier bridge, and turf

money with those In the Northwestern and Northeastern a,". e111a1Ne; F.tit/le: It was entered by a Clearwater doctor. for the largest pompano.
parts of the state next with fl2.1SO. Central Florida anglers There four
are special trophies for the following fish the
Mrs. B. :
Mary Sasser Augusta. Georgia was winner of the
corned $10,825 and those along the lower East Coast pickedup first marlin, the first tarpon, the largest blue marlin, and
$7,500. West Coast fishermen caught 433 tagged fish, tops. panftsh division with a 1 pound, 12 ounce speckled! perch the longest white mar Un.
in the contest Alton Colley, Dunnellon took the mudfish division with a

Bill Abort Tampa, public relations head for the Tampa-, Prairie Creek 10 pound, three ounce fish and Don Riley Dunnellon landed billies' weekly contests' alternate' between the red snapper
based brewery, said final tabulations of the statewide event Howard Bishop has been having marvelous luck with bass a i pound, 10 ounce gar to win that division prize.. and king mackerel with an overall ladies' prize (for the

raised to $245,000 the total cash awarded to fishermen since at favorite spots in Prairie Creek. He's been .fishing this In the Children's Division, Morris Crlslen. III, Clearwater largest fish of either species entered by a distaff angler

the Schliti contest started its first derby in 1961. area since he was a small boy, and his large bass itor- won a prize for landing a 2 pound *4 ounce ba
Six $ ,- Flab les make you want to leave at once for Newnan's Lake and Crystal Hartley, Dunnellon, brought in a 7ft ounce pan- nearby Fort Walton Beach, have accommodations for many

Although none of the four $10,000 fish were caught anglers Prairie Creek fish.Mrs. thousands of anglers In motels and hotels ranging from
did hit six times for $1,000 prizes. Zone 2, Southeast Orange Lake Marilyn Newton Chattanooga Tenn.. won the prize homey to swank and to fit most any purse.
in the Ladies Division by landing a 7 pound 2 bass.
Florida, had two $1,000 winners and one each was caughtin Departing from PARRAMORE'S FISH CAMP Sells Ed. The Rodeo civic
The Contest held in the Withlacoochce and Rainbow Rivers a promotion. Is sponsored by the >Dr*
Zones land 4. wards and Harry Zlnker caught 11 bass in the south end of will continue through October 31, There are weekly tin Community Center, Inc., and further details can be obtained
Anglers caught 31 fish this year which carried tags worth Orange Lake. They were fishing on the Edwards' 21- foot and grand prizes for all divisions. by writing to the Destln Gulf Coast Deep Sea FishIng -
$100, 40 at $50 apiece and 1,31 worth $25. Before and after cruiser and were using Black Worms. Rodeo, Pcstin, Florida.

the four months Derby' In each zone, "old. fish" receive a Lake Santa Fe Destln-Here We Comet Loral Newfoundland Fishermen
nominal $3 bounty. This will be In effect the rest of the Dentin a northwest Florida fishing village! located in the Dr. "Billy" Evans his uncle
Mrs. Bobby Shipman of SHIPMAN'S FISH CAMP, Earle- Sid Bradfield, and Joy Williams -
and Schllta wholesalers will give the award to heart of Florida's famed Miracle Is
year Strip welcome
any readying a of
ton Beach Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rutkowskl Gainesville Wllllams-Beasley Lumber Company have
reports just re
fisherman who brings in a fish with a tag. Eighty four' for thousands of anglers from all over the nation to turned from
with 44 speckled perch, Albert and Lena News ome, a dollsr-a-pound fishing trip to Newfoundland,
fish have been redeemed so far this for the $3 prizes. participate In the annual Dentin Gulf Coast Sea FishIng
year Deep with their tuna catches
Gainesville, 29 perch and 6 bass, "Chuck" Seville, Gainesville averaging nearly six hundred
The overall Derby was conducted for seven months, limit of 35 speckled perch, and John Morgan and son, Rodeo. which is staged during the entire month of October. pounds each, Sid Bradfield caught the largest, a I81-pound-

from February through August lasting four months in each Gainesville, 30 speckled perch and 4 bass, Claude Johns, er that took li hours to land. Dr Evans came next with one
tone with tagged award winning fish released in all 17 Earleton 6 bass up to 6 pounds, Perry Swinford and Lester While king mackerel and red snapper are the featured at 494 pounds for a m hour tussle. Mr. Williams didn't
counties of the state by the State Board of Conservation (for Griffin, Earleton Beach, 20 bass up to I1 pounds; Jim Long fish In the Grind Prize Division, there are a number of other score, but he did get strikes as the trio trolled for four days
salt water) and the State Game and Fresh Water Fish Com and daughter Orange Park I bass and 12 speckled perch. divisions In the contest which put all of the popular ape- to hit this Jackpot of tuna. Field And Stream Magazine
mission.Of Most of the speckled perch were caught over the SHIP. cles of fish caught In salt water in the area in prize cate gives an award for a 300-pound tuna or larger. So the local
MAN brush piles In front of their camp. The schooling bass gories. representatives have reason to be proud of their achieve
the catches returned through Schlitz wholesalers to the have been taking Mimhires, and both bass and perch have ments.
r state agencies for valuable research data In their studies been caught also by trolling. Bobby Shipman and Tommy Some forty-two fare-carrying boats, ranging from six-passenger They fished In Conception Pay discovered as a I tUft I
of fish habits movements, growth and longevity the total Lewis caught 10 bass and 45 specks Tuesday In three and trolling boats to 104 passenger party boats are registered stronghold In 195($, Since then 2D4 Is the largest number to
was divided almost equally between fresh and salt water one-half hours. to participate in the tournament and, with their be scored in a (0-day season. Two hundred seventy one
varieties. combined passenger-carrying capacity of over 1,000 persons had already been caught thin season with nearly a month
Lake LochloosnMrs. dally, there will be ample fishing for the to when local fishermen
catches space deep go. our added to the total. The
There were of (44 salt water and 745 fresh water Carl Johnson of CARL'S FISH CAMP, Lochloosa sea anglers who do not bring their own craft record is 179 pounds and a Mrs. Dean holds the record of
fish. This remarkably high return was credited by biologists .
says the speckled perch fishing has been exceptionally fine five tuna In one day. five
of the state agencies to the substantial rewards offend She lists Earl Gay, Hawthorne, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wallace Private boats not carrying passengers for hire can be en- have from five to Seventy ten strikes dollars-a-day txiats' usually
In the moat extensive fish tagging programs ever under and Mr. and Mrs. W. T Chadwlck, Atlanta Georgia, lered In the tournament! for a moderate fee based on length I both on this memorable a day The local party
I \1 taken. Information obtained In the studies Is being used with 71 speckled perch, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dollar. Valdosta Entry fees for such boats are 11$ for craft up to :M feet and I :: ways trip.
in continued Improvement of Florida fishing opportunities. SZS for boata M feet In length and over. Such craft must be ,,, '
I \t: Georgia 50 perch Jerry Hamilton Jacksonville 27 ," ,+ U ... """ 'it+' '.!!;..* ,,, "\
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registered at least a day before being fished In competition. ..\ -
During the Derby in each zone, tagged fish from previous perch, Polly Williams Hawthorne 30 perch, and Mr. and .. ....n.
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I derbies were assigned a value of $25 each as an inducementby Rodeo Is a IIsh. -wln contest with no door prizes \ Te1.ont .r rail A
Schlitz for fishermen to turn in these "old" fish, which ville bJames West, limit of speckled perch daily Monday, or other gimmicks Included In the some 17.000 prize list 11uet.:. 41eSolimar ;
provide significant facts because of the time they have Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, and Francis Gibbs which, aa to the larger prizes, consists of U. S. Savings \; I

developed and remained at large Sixty six: of these were 35 speckled perch. Bonds.
caught during the 19M Derby and two were worth $500
each, since their tag numbers had been designated for special I""" : 1" :!" : i
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Here Is the final breakdown by zones: Nlew. Nee e.eeM hen' JMA

Zane 1 West Coast area 433 tagged fish, two at $1.01X1 your sane KniJhM M IOIUNAI w.. weu TAHI.il Ml M el.Nell.Me ,. 1'i.Hliiii"! ,.. T.tlc'
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11 at $"10, 1 at $50; 411 at $25 for $14,275. Zone I Southeast fevN A411ryHey' I//nee. ii nee .MIA w/M
Florida 110 tagged fish, two at $1,000, six: at $100; /NInA suer MA MN 'IIOrl Mel eNA .." NNe '.11I., Myth. tf lll" .
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live at $:0, 1M at $25 for 7500. Zone 3 Central Florida- ".. M.,., ,...... .Mew, 1ft 110'1. .,, eA r. a.,.

386 tagged fish, one at $1,000, three at $100, tersest $50, lace-.I./M Nee. Tn.r NNIn_M eM M.InN a Nell" II LWrA III p M r, _hew NIM,si Ill.N, tr S m.u A ore h. 'ill ear
$37 at $25 for 10125. Zone 4 Northeast and Northwest l V Iwo.. Kaatt HwrMIOr T*. MlMf' ftS .II.
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Florida __., I... rNU1Nyr.. ," NA II "'....." NyA II Ifi11, In,. eM 1111
390 fish ...
tagged one at $1,000, 11 at $100, 24 at I .Mln/ s .v 1 T. Low II III ...Ae.d h.",.
$50, 3M at $25 for $12,150. V. ll m ewAArI HITX.AM H MenA.r MIM. At H"M, OW liar
0>y MM. M.|. MMN' l lS ''. IM M > V *i*. AM > u a n.TUMW .
tub-Aquatic" Safari enw IM 1.enth 5.0 Myth 11'11.*. w4 11uw.A.r /
ale 'N U .... 'm. iw Local businessmen, 'Jack C. May owner of J. C. May Ien..r a MUM 4N IliM w_v .. Mlf. .) | M urn >nM .
Insurance Agency and J. N. ""Webby"Anderson III owner I Mo.e.r MUM,, IM 11,11 i Y m, M.* 1a tlA.. AM 11411
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of Anderson Distributing Company nave just returned WeAIIe A >* 4M II N
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from a spearfishlng trip to the Yucatan peninsula of Mexi y 00555.55 FW Ml1 ./A. low ,;:r''M. eN see em.

co. This Is their second such Jaunt, and they report spectacular ".
success. They dived at Isla Majeres and his Contoy, IFinally .,' '
i which are Islands off the Mexican territory of Qulntana Roo. : "..
t The native Mayan Indians can this area "Zazil-Ha," meaning (

I, luminous waters. Jack and Nebby say the water is Indeed WE MAKE SURE IT'S
clear and teeming with fish of all sizes and descriptions.

Their finest catch was a Jewfish or giant grouper, "SHIPSHAPE"
,,? which weighed at 270.1 pounds I feet I Inches IB length and ";" -- ..

was speared in about 30 feet of water. The divers report d"' '',, '
that It took almost one hour to land the monster. As a ,
demonstration of the power ef this fish, It snapped a ISO > ; ; :....To"" ''WlNllf, L" Fully experienced end
pound test nylon rope attached to the spear head on its first 1. "'r. equipped re elr,
rusht The divers wed only snorkle tubes masks, fins and r .: r d service your Wet
rbalete-type guns, diving in waters as deep as 45 feet ..
Also taken on this expedition were four other Jewfish, rang Compl.tt
tag in weight from N to 165 pounds along with a number L-w..a. PIIRIOLASimiihiM
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of lobsters for
and snapper eating purposes. The large fish .ed heel,
were given to the local Mexican peasants. Seen were numerous LAaGA .r swN,

,, large sharks barracudas, tarpon and some spectacular '
' manta rays weighing over a ton. Jack and Nebby said .... ,. ,' .
that they saw several Jewfish that must weigh over 40t Depend on us to keep your boot In

pounds-end they plan to return next year and try their hick Got You Eh Charlie? trim, running and looking right .
I under luminous waters of Mexico! from
point touch-up to complete
hurricane Dora had lashed both'coastscame
Immediately the after"Where have the ?" Charlie the Tuna may hot be one of these two mammoth fish hown above, but they're atlll trophy cane motor overhaul.
j query redfiah'gene Asking catches. Local fishermen Dr. Billy Evans (L) and Sid Bradfleld bagged these huge Tuna In Conception
this question of many people, your columnist received this Evan scaled 491 while North Florida'
Bay. Newfoundland. pound, Uradfleld'n welched 811 pound Largest Desist for
answer from Sid Menge. "Gone with the wind! .


Johnny Elmer reports from his KNOX'S BAIT HOUSEat rHONl
Crystal River that Gainesville fishermen fared exceptionally I ?
well. Dennis Dunn 9i4-S79l UL sat r itA teaStark.
Curington. and Lewis
EUery Dunn NEW YORK (AP-The) New "It will be Mel Slottlemyre than that against the Tigers while the second place Chicago
had 100 trout left after frying shore lunch of trout last
The a York Yankees aren't in yet and Roland Sheldon against the in spite of some spotty pitching While Sox are Idle. ., Fla.op .
Sunday. previous Thursday they caught 72 fine trout
Guide Robert Edge with Joe Wise of Gainesville brought but Manager Yogi Berra has Tigers Thursday" Berra said. Roger Maria, Elston Howard Otherwise the champagne
In redfish chosen his opening-game pitcher -Whltey Ford's heel still bothers the pouring will have to wait. Third
23 weighing from 3 to 7% pounds.Sunil.r and Tom Tresh were hitting
catches at for the World Series. him. But he'lIlo Friday no Jim place Baltimore., which split
Crystal River were Guide Ray O'Brien heroes In the nightcap as
and party with (3 trout on Friday and 105 trout on Saturday Bma was setting up'hi.. matter what" Bouton won his 11th. Maria and with Washington Wednesday
Guide Dan O'Brien and party with $4 trout on Friday pitching rotation' after Wednes I "By pitching Frilay, Whitey Howard each drove In three can doII) better than tie and
and (2 trout on Saturday and John O'Brien and party with day's 74, 11.. sweep over De- would have Just the right four runs with three hits and Treat they would "have to win their
64 trout on Friday and (7 trout on Saturday. troit which reduced the Yan I day rest before next Wednes tagged a two-run homer last three and have New York
Guides John Wells Raleigh Milton and S. J. Mall.1| with kees' magic number for their day's opener" the manager The double victory was t/It'' drop five straight to do that.

their parties boated 40 to 50 trout and redfiih with a few fifth straight pennant to a mere explained.Did Yankee llth sweep of the season .

blues and mackerel thrown in for zip and zing.Heneshee two I this mean Bma thought gave them 13 victories bi SEE SKI BARGE BOAT TEST J

Beach ',the Yankees were in? heir/ l tact H starts' and a IM ,

Mrs. H. A. Lawrence of LAWRENCE'S CAn: H< shot Beach, was highly elated that the hurricane Dora did We've got a chance," the dnv". 4 p.... ef whit Popular leejtinf' end Florida' Booting' experts

not flood Korieshoe Point She says water did not rue ever DIGEST I manager grinned ss he huddled The defending champions ran /.y, with' picture
the sea walls and that Horseshoe Beach fared very wells. with Ford his pitcher
Among the successful fishermen who stopped at her cafe GET ACTION WHEN I New York._ looked like a better...!sweeping_the.. _Tigers, again_ May
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Mr. and Mrs. Clark Butler of Gainesville
were with 41
speck -- J.
led trout and a 6H pound redflah. and Charles H. It eye. I II II II
Lake City with 1* redfish. 20 speckled trout and three : w 're ;

mackerel These were caught on spinning tackle. She says Z. Ji1
Frank Oosterboudt. Mrs. Oosterboudt. Mrs. Jim Meltoa and ,... p '. 1 .p Ilk 'aN k I
Mrs. Fred Geodbread of Lake City caught 51 trout Saturday I
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and 41 trout Sunday. Other Lake City fishermen were -
Hayas Odom. Philip Moses. Herbert Darby and Powell I :
Summers with 34 speckled trout. B ,
Gainesville fishermen have Dot discovered: Horseshoe Beach tKB "WltIONMCe MOOTWUI I
}to goodly number yet But Live Oak Crow City. Jacksonville l Ma* WON wv.r..n I ..
and Georgia fishermen have been going there foryears. CALM Asp. __ fMN. ITOPTSM THIS WEEKEND!

Yea .., !have) to wad your way eat through a river <*Amw .sears.re 10 r wo FACT**A ATOP* you- ,i sad) we'.. sleep U .. raw *M c....... sewed
such as at Crystal River. Suwaanee and Hnmosasaa. You're CAM. (""'CNn r.wleve IT ware ceases row s .......Iettc..
at (he Gulf el Mexico right! away when yen arrive at Horsestaw essw. THM SAM CAN Sense.p COME SEE US MONDAY
Beach, and Ed Butler at BUTLER BAIT HOCSZ will Tes'te &I.CN ., r
sell JIll all the lift shrimp yea would Be. The Lawrences !) .is ow sew haw. ..... few desee ...... .' F ran k Ph'I ."o0ln'.,....., : ,
and ethers wffl rent JIll boots and keep see and Milt enland. A U..T hTIMN Y '
Johnny Osteen and other guides are available by reservation 1111 S. MAIN ST. :.:.: tI,r4

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weighed a a s pound. 4 ounce bass at Titter ecATTiwen, LAZY... ,I, "''VoIW.r 71.iKITIr uuSr LI"_ : ; t'
TACKLE BOX He st to Kewnaa's Lake an I wane rll JoSOIl .
caught {/ace A LM -o .. rtt .,
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Boost Russia in India .

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:- by CONRAD FINK ness deals, though eal) : had become klghly/ emotion .
terms were granted subjects in India and by .
: NEW DELHI, india. (AP) .
In five But Bokaro and the shrewdly moving In where the
months the Soviet Union
hu United States refused to tree d
scored a public relations
: victory In India at minimum the Soviet Union is reaping a
harvest of favorable headline!:s,
costThe kind words and Influence.
: Job of helping feed hungry Toll
In recent years, the Soviet
: India and propping up its From Cleo have lost influence in a
tottering economy -an effort every Asian country from bnoetn
: that costs billions is left to Cleo and Dora, two In the north along the coast c
the United States. hurricane visitors to mainland China to Pakistan. t 6 6 6
: MoIccn,'. campaign essentially sent Southern Bell, a t India and Indonesia were th e
I revolves around two propaganda others, Into a red Ink two countries where they had i I Ir a 1 1.
coups.Tba Southern Bell, a r chance to hang on against Communlst
1 : first came May 3 when the giant Bell China.
the Soviet Union announced It tern, suffered Florida$4 3 winds"t Because of the MIG deal,
to its
mold lend <420 million to fitanca 'tem age Moscow will have a strong In
.r' : India's controversial luence in the Indian air force
In final I
a report
An informed source said tIM
: Bokaro steel mill. The Unl'ed It. M. Coleman, district
States refused to back it on the ager, said damage in Russians will control certalipare
and technical assistnee.
grounds it is a Socialistic govrnmeotowned ville was only l,57 parts
enterprise and That could give then
out of service out of
: might not be economically fea Statewide, over 227,000 virtual veto powers over haww
sible. and when the Indian planes
telephones were put out
The second came this month der by the hurricanes ny.
when Moscow agreed to sell In addition, over 2,000 Nevertheless India looks on
India about silo million worthof distance circuits were ts recent dealt with Moscow ai
light tanks and MIG21 jet and local cable a great stroke for this counry'i .t.
: fighters. These are similar in almost 2,300 trouble so-called nonallgnment. In Indian -' w A ,4'.x
: capabilities ,to the F104 )Jets Also, 1,288 telephone eyes the deals balance ofl
f I Washington refused to provide. were either broken or earlier military aid. deals with
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-. .. of P1orlda' -new Big Bend LAYAWAYJUST

.r It'i time to start, dill lion Entomology Mimeograph I(Horticultural laboratory will :

\'i plane for the production of Hue-[No. 15 revised Sept. 1964.PelaeaeM. be dedicated Oct. 9 at 10:00 I
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cured tobacco Plant- DOWN
Pleats Beckenbach: Agriculture Experiment
I o' bed sites should be elected skid Stations director. !
) If poisible, select an area with Many gardeners and homeowners The new $2.acre research ', WILL HOLD UP TO
, protection oa UN north and are not aware that some center Is located two miles west y & $30.00 WORTH OF

\t west tides. ',of our common garden plants of hero on US Highway 00I I TOYS TIL DEC. ISrfi

:11 Shelby Brothers, tobacco spe11 contain highly poisonous sub! On hand for the dedication I!
ciaUst with the Agricultural Ea-'stances. Most of these plants will be University of Florida:

a tension Service says it organics ban such an unpleasant tasteor officials state legislators representatives
fI! such as sawdust, legume hay consistency that Ills not of farm organizations t
, /1 and chicken manure an to be likely anyone would chew them and farmers according to'' '
used the bed should be cleared I very long or swallow any part Dr. Harold W. Young, researcher -'! REAM WALKERS..... .. 4.s d I II

of vegetation and these materials of them but sometimes a child In charge of the laboratory'! I
J I broadcast and disked may eat small amounts of any Funds for Big Bend were appropriated -) aflaVwnly9.99
or otherwise Incorporated In the thing that happens to be avail by the state legislature
JI J soil at least M days before sble. as requested by North!
I Florida farmers for a ,
I seeding the bed. Be sure materials stepped
"Poisonous Plants around the up research program with
used are finely ground
and apply only two or three Home enable" by Erdman West, will ijfruits I nuts and ornamental I NO MONEY DOWH..113 weekly'
you to recognize which crops _
pounds per square yard of bed.Be I
common plants can cause poisoning The new laboratory Is an ex Beautiful flowing washable x
sure to contact your fertilizer or dermatitis pension of the old Pecan Investigation ; platinum halt
dealer so he will have Laboratory which was e u
Extension \ o Red velvet drees, nyketblous
I Servkt Bulletin
sufficient M-3 plantbed fertJ- also located here ,
17SA revised Juno 1N4, Is now *, red leotards
Uzer on hand for you by the i Visitors attending the dedication .
11 middle of December. This fertilizer available. Cone by the office will get a preview of the, black patent ahosa *
should contain eat per and check through our bulletins proposed research programs Fully Jointed. baa easy g ; sC11dal a'' .
cent soluble) magaeahrm oxide. III bet you didn't know bulletins -aimed at boosting the economyof 3 ., walking. action Jg 2c
Don't neglect to pick out your and circulars on to many North Florida. I 94 s .M
I I field planting silt early and be different subjects were available The public Is Invited to the t 27' TeMer-t.. r' $ rrw.wr.rrwewe

sure to "have your soil tested. to you for the asking. dedication, Dr. Young said / 16:hllte... ." .__ ,
I Last year several of our farmers "
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had to select other flakll'I ..
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' to plant tobacco because toil -......... '"t'jJt' t J! ....

test results showed the areas AIL-RUNM SmiM HOISE-
they had first planned to use Down to EarthIn y

'I were not suitable for optimum UYiL Y MAMCHM ACTION
growth of tobacco plants. .
11 Levy County
Control of Grain PestsIt

", has beta estimated thai 8.00NO
as much ai M par cent of the uoNAto com
fl grain stored a Ibo south Is .......... ......... ten .

destroyed by ...... .This. figure --II, t MOWS BOWN..1 weekly
is probably met higher Prices for stacker cattle are per pound since last year. Most':
in Florida but moat of tint the lowest to 11 The 6x14
years. feeders will tell you that lastyear's e Realletlu,soft molded rubNr horse with handlete
loses can be prevented by grata price spread between feeder:
constructed sturdy steel frame
It J sanitation bin treatment, grainprotecUnta cattle and fed cattle la the' feeder prices were too Strongly
aid fumigation.I greatest since 1K3. Feeder cattle high By the same measure e Live-action spring e Overall lrngth:3feet

J Contact our office for Extan- prices last year and this feeder prices this year ere too
t : 1 low. Take a look at the fed cat
tie prices last year and this
i II year The price drop has not I

cUe, been more than 1 or J cents I YAC4MvM MOID,.
,arUlt County per pound on fool Feeders atl I UTm OMIS.j '
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this time are looking for lower II UTt MAWS IUDMNQ MAU1Y ..
: Agents Corner prices on fed cattle In IMS JIWIUT App MOST -
|averaging around $21 to $22 for, YAWTrTAIUHTOnly ,

:1 l' Bjr and YltYJMmJNAIrIedInI |the year. ; ANYTMHtte.oo, PLUS 1J IWIOCI
Producers of feeder cattle
. Ertinalaa gavlre are not prepared as wed as' rustic inn Only
-- last year for holding their I' uuwsiMnau' 11.93
calves and keeping them In'' leaf MOYAIU SAM? an.ear..lss weekly
The lUll annual Suwtmee 4-H Clubs In the State of Florida Ii
I good condition. Most of them
River Youth lair Is being held : andWHEREAS. are short of feed. A short corn f Safe for ages 8 up! SO In* 'CMrN-1$ -Ul weekly
j at the Fannin Springs Live I : 4 H Club work OIly I I 53
dividual molds
crop added to this problem by t i _- -Y
sock Pavilion today and'tomorrow. Clue work to to provide opportunities ; ; colored a Nf-imp rtptutleh.bl.
U sheets
applying more pressure on the ,
for the development of wload- o Druih, comb,Jewelry-
I producer to sell at what prices EMY loading : etar metallaedl ptaalic.
Today Is entry day, 4 H leadership, citizenship and per. he could get. Feeder cattle I ,' lAg..bigtOtift long.. _Jt't paints,bruahea and more! kiddy cownetks,nbrot*
FFA and FHA members from eonal growth of Florida's youth; slocker cattle and cows have: e Ha'*ock has storagecompartment .
Dixie Gllchrlst and Levy counties and
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been rolling to market In our'
win\ be entering their exhibits WHEREAS 4-H Club work I ;
area increasing
from 4pm. until I p.m. hers enjoy useful work ,
Swine,beef dairy, poultry,corn, iences In HUGe lper-I Adding an this together, the I
home economics and other miscellaneous home economics and feeder Is in the driver's seat

exhibits will be projects, and the I this year with the opportunity I II
' placed ..'display.- I personal_ accomplishment, and I to catch up some of his losses + err
The general public la Invited oenefli from guidance of parents In 1M4 He has a tremendous
J to come and see the show Tomorrow and 4471 leaders; and ilnveltment In cattle, feed and t t, -. l
to "Show Day" with WHEREAS %-H Club work equipment and If son sen e 111JYWOR
I ? events getting under way at totals nationally IK m 1111 I on !stuck a pin In the bubble, he
, 'I: ).SO a.m.y members and has built bridgesof could get hurt bad. Chances are
National M Week understanding to more than slim that this will happen and
." m ether nations the feeder stands chance
'I t One hundred and twenty-five a good
,i active 4-H Club members live NOW. THEREFORE. I, FARRIS of making the best profit he
4, in GUchriat County. These' hays BRYANT, Governor of Flo- has made In several yeses I
ride, to the
I and subscribing theme
girls m actively wakhrg
toward tile IaurIGId dn pDIIIt "4* for More In 14," do hereby The ctttlemaa who hat the ill TMNtWaWfaTMAMIirtATm ,,
of their Read Heart Hands proclaim the week of Sep feed or means to buy local' MAf Wt'liTSOAY MATCH
and Health through partJdpe- late bet M October }. 1M4 as4H feed at reasonable prices Acttat... t4r/s->t2g wrrtroiHWCiOnly / ti '.
lion In 4-H dub meetings 4-H CLUB WEEK In Florida should consider this opportunity
sad for In feeding his cat. Only 9.93 .
earnestly au.tllet all profit 2.93 ,
project work, 4-H shows and .' ; .
citizens take part In the county tie Ibis year. Last year was a .IMCIMW .. ... ,
fairs and other 4-H Club and CIre-ir..1.3S weeklyAll .
county 4-H events. and community observances being poor year to try to feed cattle litton, luawele,elm*. Roll die', penny In.Iee. $33 00 ;.."- ,': ::
! hi with> of feeders turn crank, ale SMve /in .. .....-
Many of our 4-H members planned Florida counties prices ranging tibUa,ekif t,eeMying CSM. strwtienato.tu.kateon.. ...." ."... .
so met they may more !from 23 cents up. This year the
also participate In 4-H activities -
",' outside of our county.Thirty fully realise the great centni.butian spread to much greater and the
4-H Clubs outlook I
of our 4-Hers are exhibiting are makingto brighter for feeding s
their projects in the annual our State's progress. your cattle. II IISIY IIs

Suwannee River Youth Fair today I ..-t- '.. -
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and tomorrow. r J' "l
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Our Gilchrist County 4-H pro- ".
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1. gram la carried out through I Bradford Countygellt's "
six community-type: 4-H dubs
which meet In a different mem-:
bar's .home each month. Active Corner

I membership in each of our 441 Tat lIVi'MimiNWMONH
Clubs Is as follows Bell 21; I IIYIUIUC gMMor. noM u atewmTIPwITIfwly2.l3
Blue Springs, IS; Osceola, 17; By & T. IUGGINS r, TWa lI M..Let ggYOd ma t. .
Santa Fe, U; Trenton, 42; WUWe -I' igrfeEVERYBODY>Cdemisr g.evb gfglo itIANMM
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believe our 44 Clubshavt I BUSY is misted a good time Right clog -' ,I OIIrW "Y.-I
much to offer our yt ., about the way to describe Bradfere to 100 people were present and OIly
people and we Invite any GO- County this week. We art enjoyed some real berbe q n e ... 'r rf' IUI oHmlto BMieMM Rlnfe4 ......t.. belie,

chrlst boy or girl between the happy that the results of DORA Billy Noegel sure la tile barbecue LIL, oettos OeMaleed aMode. Bsto -..-. ... ,a...,.,. .., .....
ages of !' and If years who master for ear county. : ..... cored Lsidq
wishes\ to LEARN BY DOINGto are not as destructive as w t After plane for fur. and kuih-

become a member of your had u clpetecl. puppies were dropped we woo-
local 4-H Club I Some pasture has bees damaged dared !how hushpuppws w eu Id AMAZHIi NfW V- tOOM .IC rail '
This national 4-H Club 1 .... bay was bet, some go with barbeque Well, the answer '
I Week throughout the. UaHed fall vegetable crops were washed to "perfect" IT INKS JIKt SOVNM MfTIKI : ,
Stales. The alas and ape of4H away. Fall crops are being A new board of directors was
dub hi ear state end aa replanted and scattered reef'damage ejected. Officers will be elected A MM MOTMCTCU i. tt .. .
r Don are briefly and accurately to poultry...... is ... from the new board and a com- t ,

presented in Governor Ferris tog repaired. ptoto announcement: made soon '
I : Bryantl pnckuMttai of 4HChtb Perhaps our greatest tea BARGAIN SEED may Just 35.00
t week can was mo extent of lose to be the reason you get a poorany only.
The governor's proclamation: strawberry ptonta. We M kmpanto nil ran apply to crop TOY OST..IOOUAa '
WHEREAS toy dub work but seems that t >erystoat I seeds we will be using this. fan' MIWaTfOlv1I..UOiMeUfWe NEOMSta i0Rwarm
I stresses the fourfold develop grower Is happy that probassy garden seeds or eves flower Oral 9.93
mcnt of Head heart Barb cent et ear pl.mta' seeds.E IV
and Health to case 47jM at.. .. ...< sus year dealer and read > Ihe bike viA awerytUng! Motor nan ea4 11ma
1... to jsset....aseksatWeb enSI a tthiei.e d- 'Dh" .- .../3!nee&Iydluasd
hers II ever mere Sana tJM beag prepared e adsettles the tag. Be sure germtoattoa to H
} vsl gat aaatrwoy ieat. what ft should be. Be sure sAgeR r.rand hdnock ah.eab.et>,...... e......7J5 All wad.....Prlly,,......Aad00Oi MdrM1 ,
Tat task of Oct seats hew her de..r ad Utsa, kick ..... .... asat XT ab. ii w1 .1MaIMI.'OMIad.'

Egg Market M ebesY M ear Mg WIlL JIll art not gsttauj a btgft parceatage .Ytyr M seaport a i35b's W s 14V !,
Mao Moues than ever hs-| of al bide of weeds.In = .ds: 4
lAOOOlfVItLB (AP) ThePertheeet ssfwOTsansasaf togrssiaarslants. I .., eases yea will be
finds Egg Msrawtj Ties' esss inns cut dewagive messy shad kt yea purrhasscerflftod ... '
[prices to retaBars: n ssttusg asd win seeds. Then yet have j "I' IV ,
Extra large /7.... aMttly II; I mere .... grew Ik .at sjearsntrs that you art get.Itsag VV'. ( .I A. Nf'r < 0 '
i 4447.LSMoOyB. a* 4g. tatet>kws .......... .. ...... 1 want yea expect Just bkekwtiag .
....., ...: real ,.. IU8AU Meehan: I pair of staes er pair .
*. eke dY M allied tbdr a..ireetYg I W pears: tf yea absp far UINHVILU SHOf IN3 CfMTIft ., 1P1
st hrs: fryers UH_ htst feerdsy .. r t'cheep product, yea vU. get K. r,0



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E / FAWNG; TEAR..Ti4IS OF NATURE DO'Ibu kbiOW t iar IT I5?

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: Young at Heart, .wl reply, writ. t. Akby, l.. 13(5.Incrh .

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I "'lit r I Abigail Van Buren *il.,.. Abby .,..," ill ..rail.yy .

DEAR ABBY: What does a man do when he confirms I don't like her that much? How can this be worked? I v y PPAy Yt7 DID!! I FOUND OUT THE LABELS ON i AN SAVED. A MESS a THAR
intu\> suspicions that his mother-in-law wants to be more than have never had a steady girl and I don't think I want one. 1 tAVED Nfl ? TAILORS.'.' TAKE:THEM TO OUR tf BE HAMMERED BECK INTO
l mother-in-law to him, U you know what I mean? UNDECIDEDDEAR '''r THEIR NICEST ROOMS.'." My wife and I have been married (happily) for nine years UNDECIDED: This girl apparently has a rovIng

;,,"; tnd have two children. I am 37, my wife Is M, and her eye. If she were the right kind .f girl she'd break ell
Bother II H. She certainly doesn't look like the type who with her steady and be legitimately free to date ethers, because -
*would entertain the kinds of ideas she has been frying to obviously that I. what she wants to do But don't

get across to me lately. My father-in-law Is a nice, easy- give her any encouragement while she Is going steady with

4v.tgolng, undersized yes-man. At family get togethers, she somebody else. .
+ton-Bends) him home early so she can ride home with my wife
t"?atut me to drop the wife off and then drive our sitter DEAR ABBY: An uncle of mine bought our 14-ye r-old

".;.("some. Then the battle to get away from my mother-in-law son an electric guitar for his birthday. Harvey has been taking ti wrC
.11 onl How do I get out of predicaments like this? piano !lessons for two years, but since he got this guitar M
CHASED BUT CHASTE he seems to have lost all interest in the piano and he spendsall
his time fooling around with the guitar. We have a lot of ..wp.. a 1
{ .... DEAR CHASED: Tell Grandma that yon are not a BIG money invested In piano lessons, but Harvey la begging us
.BAD, WOLF and If she doesn't behave herself yon will be the and take Should IT
",, to let him give up piano guitar. we PUT IN TH'HERE'S
forced to skip the family get-togethers. And thea her let him? I could Just slap that uncle! Why don't people YORE WOOD-B (
;* daughter wW wonder why. That should do It. If ft doesn't, before kids and KINDLIN' HONEY POT
consult parents they buy presents cause so E.y WOOD,
... )roil are the first 17-year-old man who can't nut taster thai much trouble? AUNT IOWEEZY I

,a M-year-old woman. HARVEY'S MOTHER =

DEAR MOTHER: Perhaps Harvey's Interest la the guitar t 3

,., DEAR ABBY: A very good-looking girl who goes steady Is only fleeting. Give him a little more time and see If the
?with my best buddy sent word to me through her girl novelty wears elf. If it doem't and Harvey Is sincere about
,K.Maad that she would like to go out with me. To tell you his Interest In the guitar, line him op with the best teacher

t the truth, I think I could go for her, but I don't want to you.eaa find. .
ask her out while the is my buddy's steady girl I'm afraid I *
"j} t If I give her enough encouragement she'll break up with CONFIDENTIAL TO'"BABY" AT CHRYSLER'S Give .
: him and then what if, after a few dates with her, I decide him "EVERYTHING BUT LOVE, BABY."
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; I f j.i Geist pickles, but bate struggling to get off the odor of the waving the wrappers. Then I wrap I:
f'.J ; I saw the. darllngest pair eljkvei get them out of the Jar. solution. them again In aluminum foil lW .

. at a party recently. When So I took an old fork and bent t New Bride I There is Just enough margarine
, 1 asked the. wonas where shekdagkl the lines up to form a hook. First, wash yew hands with left in the wrappers to
them, she said she Now the fork goes Into the Jar, seep sad water, Tkra splash a I grease the potatoes beautifully.
.La made them and brings out a whole pickle little vlaegaf ea ..then Itlase I Mrs. R. C. Smith

p T the bought plats while, set with no struggle. again and theta all there! la toIt I e !
wa, chortle gloves en sale, N. L. L.
t 1 )egght a rhinestone bracelet al HELOISE Dear Heloise: i
Jane; dime store, cat n la HALFglaj Dear Heloise: i We u s e many ready-mixes,'

o sewed each hall to the eatWeecttfls. I have a list of long distance Dear Heloise:' now and most of them come in 1'

.' friends, mostly former neigh I find that my bathroom rug waxed bags.A .
J s Absolutely adorable.sit bors. They say a letter from me wears out much sooner then the greased pan Is usually required -I'
: said she get her .Idea from la almost like a visit home. seat cover so having several for baking ao I we the

tome gloves thai she had seen, Here is my method: seat covers and no rugs to waxed bagasamlttento FlNa ThS FUTUti CIK0EANT
Out the price ....', fit her pockftheek. match 1 removed the SEHSIANT FVT. BAILIV \ '
When I receive mail. I get out, strings grease the pan and then 1 6ttTL1! ALWAYS oo rrJOST OKAY PVT. BAIL/
and and now use these coven as out the R6QUISTSPKVI5.04 J KNCKK R CF'
my stationery box. as I bag. I ffl IK* THAT/ $AriSa
So? I came home, looked read each letter, I make a note individual bath mats for the little There Is no pastry brush to : FOR N>EeK-a D laAa, YOOVB GOT IT i

feraeghmyJtukJewelry, aid of questions asked, address an members of the family. wash, or any bother of getting '- DOWN FlM. NCW .,
loud some eM pearls sewed envelope, and tuck the question Since these little mats are a bit of waxed paper to do the ,
Asia ea asy ..." ., aid new sheet inside small enough for the children to job '=

late a prectoM pair ef bracektfhivea. Each day I clip Items from handle easily. I find that they lay
Part are ....UIIII local papers and put them fa> always pick them up and put ,
>)!p black codes as are ralae- to the envelope for which ever them over the edge of the tub I...'i- '
,....s, serf this handwork can person would appreciate them after their bath. Also, they are DEAR HELOISE: 'II IIA | _
io dose wane watching TV .. most. The Hems save much much easier to handle on wash hush-hush hint for denture;!!

I watch year sake, gals aid bay time explaining things and days than large bath mate. wearers: I n'l
t Ikne shorties aid dress tHesa newspapers give a more vivid Dee Evans Do you ever go out for a day .-.. iiiiirrrn1iii'Is_ ? I

J : description than most of us can. a and ,evening, and either carry
1he.o. for Sal a toothbrush with you or'
fie holidays or any Else after Dear Heloise: wish you had? '
It is extremely dangerous to wcnoursu/ so Teen srro z o ow elan ar.c aaa ran tow saw rc.aAlr.sotar
live. I have washed sew twiceand Dear Heloise: A small square of nylon net" me v'ei cr uTOenev ero'en ThM SOAmOT otRv sass. I u. rasa vsev M6CnM THAT Z-SA THIN.aloe? Harz
It eWI. hart them at an.WeaJdal Vacuum cleaner hose attachments use a lighted match to look for In the purse .Is the answer. It Is ;M 3UPM'V wsowPORA Ave has IAqsNrWlswenINroT. wve :o aeWSb 11.a e.LacSAlrr rp MMMTaaFiuutxatV vanseF Rios w burl
these ...... make will fit together and pull a gas \leek.Shaving neither embarrassing if It hap-1;;3] ID WOCMINA set oven HEAaI piernrAmAR. : O AItGes Aau x lash' po tHAt:

I .. Ortstasas....... far apart without as much pushing lather will do the pens to be exposed, nor does ItI,! .' rr NOULP MEMIf '
{ faeee who have jilt everything? and tugging tf the Jowls of the trick. Put the lather on the take up much room in your :
I! Aid tank hew WI...... theyweaMhe attachments are rubbed occasionally pipe, and where there Is a leak, purse. But it surely does the '' d
.I bubbles will begin to farm. e i' I
with waxed paper. work of cleaning the denture, I '
I 0 Aid deal everleta the peas.1 The paraffin from the paper Mrs. E. Kirk It can cither be thrown ,
j httty of patttag a tiny new el, acts as a lubricant. away or, if It is rinsed, squeea-C e
kids aJeag. the EDGE ef the Mrs. Martene Cmge. Dear HeJotoe: ,ed and rolled to a paper towel !
a.fL Theta darllag, toe How I bated to grease potatoes ,or facial tissue !It la sufficiently (.

I BZLOOXi Dear H.IoIIt: lor baking! dried to put back to your' parse :
What can I do about my slick Hew I save the wrappers If yon wish you could carry ft

I Dear Rebus: ,bands after giving l i a home from my margarine and wrap i in a small piece of plaa c.

j I. .I.an. thirteen and enjoy dill ,permanent? 1 cannot seem to each potato la one or two of C. B i

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It I BridgeToday's LA"W Is I r Tut 711 I I I r// Another Bar Episode- For Frankie I Reitz .TV Interview Guest;

TRUSCOTT I II II u University of Florida Presi-
By BOB THOMAS side there were Jeeps with machine and only phone calls to the over WUFT-TV, Channetl.
sn.et dent J. Wayne Reitt will be I
aguest Hells
win discuss fee'
: deal Illustrates an ef. upcoming -
AP Movte-Tclevitioa Writer guns mounted on tbem American Embassy freed them. "Florida Blue ,
on Key
! festive use of a highly stylized I NORTH Board of R e geji; t s
' modern convention.In 4)632VS HOLLYWOOD (AP-The hasP Everyone from the company I "Then they told us we would Presents" Friday at 7:45 p.m, Amendment which comes before

sods of a film star lit tarot locations was being detained, and two of be free to leave -if Frank paid the voters Nov. 3. fie also

standard methods an opening AKQ108JJ are illustrated by Frank -' our boys were arrested and 21,000 Pesetas about $416," said LACK VITAMINS will' comment on the University

three no-trump bid shows a I 417 Sinatra's recent encounter with taken to police beadquarte Dexter, "They obviously wanted Among the most serious deficiencies s trimester system.

powerful balanced hand with 2&. WEST (D) EAST Spanish authorities. They were kept for 7b hours him to lose face, to belittle in alcoholics la the will Interviewing be Chip Block President RelU
4 10 9743 a memberof
27 high-card: points but this I 4AKQJIVK7 without charges and without Frank. He paid It rather than lack of a sufficient vitamin sup Florida .
J864 J Sinatra ls'back from the Mal Blue Key and liarold
food or drink. ply. In a large percentage of the
has almost time In
usage disappearedIn 9 472 spend any more a police Dillinger of the Alumni
aga location of "Von Ryan's Express cases, says the Florida Alcoholic
It like Gestapo
state. was Just the Association.In
expert play J 10 t 12 .
4 4 QSOUTH "I could see what was up: Rehabilitation Program
and bed mad. In Nail We didn't proper
thumping Germany.
With such a hand an They wanted to get Frank diets are neglected entirely during '
expertopens math easily until we got on
4 He feels be was rousted by the Micronesia nine MIcro 1t'1-

two clubs,. ,an artificial .VAQ1Al2. Spanish police on a bum rap and Sinatra and Dexter manage the plane to Paris and we knew of diseases.drinking, bringing on a host Ian languages, Pidgin and EngMft -

powerful forcing opening and I 4JS4 I should be rated Instead 1 N wi to leave the hotel and worked they couldn't get us." .''Ihh--- aN spoken'
an apology NOTICE Of tALS
reblds three discovering that day and were scheduled to
no-trump -I 4AKS4J, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCSRNl --Ui No.ici
in the process whether his Neither side was vulnerable I of the $411 fine he was fly home the following diY, U..rtl''e LI'A NOTICITO. I V. .r* hWMy. MtHM Hilt IM MIM TIll unp1.11/y is55,00. WIN n.....
5)d5 .
for dealt When Dexter went to the lobby 5515 N, WI SHn..I 11 simimIl. 151IM' mill "0/01155. 5151 11/5 N1.r.nSf0/,' :51.wmmos.
partner has enough a positive -t The bidding: I ... as 141,11 551.1. 1M15,151,4 auks *., 4 tr NT IMU..IM Ifs 5 'a1.5 555511....,1111"05554 514.
response. West North East South 1 i The ever-controversial actorisn't II I in the morning he found It filled *on moy 55111 tortM, aptI5e11Nla1. Will, M MM M walk Ml,* ml IliM A.M. ... -50y ...-...... ... ..11111511105....'.... ....
ottior kifomwliw. ky MMKHM Mi* rnoc w IM Wi ny M OtHur. iu _.... ..... .
DIY. 11_ ... ...
the '
Pass 3 NT Pass 7 4 with plalnckXhesmen and II int NWW Mil ".
The three talking about the Incident;!, PunrhMInf OlvlMon Room IW tllortHill. a/nN Mnmim.Pttrttt. 10.11. 5N1.1ly" ii0r.... 0..11..
opening .
no-trump "Pass Pass Pass hotel surrounded by armed UMMnNy M 'lorMot ennoxllH, TM >mim If IM MM. will 555115.
therefore became an unwanted, his lawyers are looking Into It FRANK SIMATRtI PIsrIla, 11 MMIM K IM MymMt N IM CHI
I West led .the jack of clubs. But Brad Dexter, who witnessedthe I I I wllce. Sinatra and Dexter were N1..I slid S55M55 MM 0/11 _. "'tII''... .twH. MX. M.. If MMnMor MM II..... .... ors ...->
child, and was adopted aa a tac- would have to the i,v i Monday vMiKM MO lilt *M *t 1,5511511111 71.410 15.55 .
, tical bid based on a solid mi-I whole thing gave the Sina i whisky and rutting his cheek I told they (to to 55- 11.0/11 ",**II.. 51.1 1110 510,. 51551105N0/M04M. MIM N00551151' 11I"*"" Md1. aim Ovary
police station for questioning. .0 ANM.y M MllllKtU II IM MM duo undo -
nor suit. The bidder was expected of the 13th trick than the hearts tra side of the affair on his return 'The director had her evicted." i _101. Otttt PwnlHiM II:NOctooir .... cintrKt "mi ton .r5. It 4 1551 11 111 Lsi', HM-Col" Orlnkl; ...
14 IWo < ... .. HMlu I M Odi 11. ION "
to hold stoppers in at The right timing is to ruff a here. i I I The two actors were held tor >-IM Air tominonm" mr !'. TIlls ......LUi.... II cow 1115 Ptort MINI< y51110/1.nvirine AIf IMwrwm "'1" VMIMI' C"_tM I:IS...Oct.. 11,

least two of the unhid suits, and.{spade at the second trick and Dexter, ruggedly built actor Dexter said the girl was still an hour and a hall Dexter sax PI TOM IIMOttoooro. ... will. k> MM ta y, *ntIII WItt. 14lM ION 011101.7' 01/51150 01.1111 155
the convention was referred to the clubs hoping for break In the lobby when the _'" Pin. Pour ItOfMtorl. '. ramim HIM lot ""iy MIIM .rills I 01 Oc' 11. IOM .
try a party ,
who Is also in "Von Ryan's Express HMOcMkortlWol milllln* HM MI WMIP MM MnlrictOttti ::m 711514, 11135 ON
as the "gambling. three no- no worse than 3-2, But when the ," has been close to Sina went upstairs and the hotel TO WHOM t-JtMActmnt IT MAY CONCBRNDiti NiinnMr l
trump." ,club queen falls South may reconsider tra, especially after helping director called the police After ..VIM. O10 1110/1.1.51/00 1.1kM 001111", 55.55)tilt'.,M.IZ 151-1 11 55 CORPORATION
If he decides that this T. N, WILL aol w L. J.ON.M 0TwW ,
RUMM will ta MM *l put
The gambling element;:became save him from the surf In making a report Sinatra said M* M*II,N ',"'. CctocR HI No 1 1My 7th Dlroctir t> P.rtM4lnIHWI 51155515 PI.ills. 51 IIlhSSIlIn.
much more pronounced Is an honest card he can still Hawaii earlier this year. The he didn't want to *f Oct, ,.... 1* Omral Plnif, 4lM Nil 1111.11------ '-I II, 5. 1 'r
make his contract by trying prefer Corp of .. N. HI N. MW II. '
6 when some experts tried the experiment .' pair was having an after dinner charges nil' Pll. Til *rcoMi of KM '

of bidding' three no hearts. drink with friends In the bar of .III..10-N'....055155.tint. I* 1551115 Itw MVmonl III .0.1

\ trump with little or nothing' I their hotel In Torremolinos a "The next morning I had" an aid IciMon.motor ot Mtlt voKkii H oM..w.*too cirt...., II Put Steady Savings ?

.apart from the solid minor. This Blind People fortnight ago. early call for the picture, Dexier .ID. MilttKHon of m* MOt. dos i... /
d0 .*. conlroct vlllt' WIIIIMt A. Sail '
continued "The
<<: lobby was
was a suggestion put forwardby 51 ... 1060 5.Wb51ry. 1'1. C"O' 0l.On.c1n5 .
the "Four photographers came swarming with police! and out of .... 5/55. va'k5 A.Y10nlu. On Your Team '
Reese English
Terence 1
Registering will M pld' N you 51.4 110 .
; down to the bar with a girl we --'- ,
and Albert Dormer a J will r.m.O Ii..... lor 110 ..,_. M
, expert, found out later was an actress 'To WHOM IT MAY CONCCRNVM ...,..... .....''d 5,5411 Slid 1511551.aol I
1:, young English star who has I ,'. iMtny iwmird not taken residence in I Warn Drivers from Madrid" Dexter related. lowlnf motor vrt.'kK! Corwlr tt ft Itr ,. ._.... C.llte' Ma' and win cash rewards '
recently up "The gimmick was obvious: she cm miroiSMW. will t* MM M MuleMM ) 13141 III *
New York. I > M 11 N m. I'clcKK m ttw jmy n
I The Florida Council for the .. Of Oct. IH4. it OnwrH PMmM \
wanted to get publicity for herself
CarS, M ".. N M ... Main It 0.'_
with liberal dividends '
On this occasion the gambling Blind has Issued a reminder to by posing with Frank:' vill.*. Pit. Tht procwKh if MM till. will ;5:

three no-trump worked perfectly motorists to watch out for blind .M M1IM lira Ii, tlw Mynwnl tin
I coin 01 '
ratikMo itwKw and mi Uuw
In a construct. sense. South pedestrians particularly at intersections "The director of the hotel was miter vMtidi, .M tM coil M ..... 001011.01 t11IA 55MNsM
with and he made the HulUfl. .. nollo aisle" .nd llwt toIk "
could vicuallu atVM solid diamond and on busy thor- our party /* MtlMMItan *l IK* Inline* ... Vftr mflaS..I- N1.11// > i
photographers leave Meanwhile ** tM Mnlracl, with Naomi W Cmwr. GO
and List Nife I Greet Hits
to tM WOTtn hand
oughfares W 4 I, Omirwi M *l. I ... 111 41/ni
tamedUrfc grand slam. Florida law driversto the girl had gone to the bar and Hi>..,,. Pl., covwln* thi NIHHKIIHMM ODM I M tnm tIS .
bid an requires She f/I ....... ......... Any wglul will t HITS LATE Hr could count twelve tricks, stop their cars when a visually ordered a drink was so M *|I4 I* "..l mt you will run.tin NMo1 GATORS
...,.... !
mad because her trick had Iff WMlf
and the thirteenth seemed. no 11 I m I It. d pedestrian is I altos......ny......,.... nmilnlnf -

t worse than probable. crossing the street .This Is not failed that she threw the glass: M.-7'Sam5.11..v M. T a""HAII'CII'1oII M.. MW6
restricted Just to blind walkers at Frank covering him 1 131411 M to DIVIDEND '
Alter the Jack of clubs was -
.led South bad M trouble. He with a guide dog or red-tipped j U c...

'making cross-ruffed U hicks hearts without and spades difficulty -, cane The Council is also encouraging fleet tin t iMpMttr.WM wu always on the jobl ., Ceeipetmd.dSeimAslewelly

blind voters to register, i L.S.U. H.1N .

by Saturday when the registration _

The problem would have been books close

much ,birder after a trump I Election laws allow blind tad Nit A' 7:00JHRIY : ,

lead,which would have been a voters to be assisted in the votIng -I Men Prom HUN Gelvutee nit .

better choice. The club suit booth or by absentee _ballot: Gainesville Mutual :
seems1 to offer a better chance lid Hit .111100 ,


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'r 126 Colitetvila Sun 'Thundoy, Oef. I, 1964

r Agriculture Up
wwi. lunaav =.,1 ft Two.oy ..
UF Prof SaysA Apply In POTOM only, I ANN
Unl. _
new day U dawning In WANTED R.N II LPN for noon nun. '
ANNOUNCIMINTS homo Call M,. Unnotl t*"
'km agriculture.This II* Monwla. a; Itorlio Pla.AVON ,

jI optimistic view was I c..... at "'.... CALLING FEE I

I given by Dr. E. T. York Jr., I .u.t.11.Pauml '
4 /..* larvlcallpCll YOU surd .> SMn.v. fir ChrM.mo. .

4 CycU Automatic; Washer for University agriculture of Florida at the provost annual a y._ I.IamMid IMICMFPIarlota use. VippHi*.porl_*-_port....lima..,. Writ work \

.Avon Mr p o 4M 0.
meeting of the Florida Fruit vIII., pi*. null PR. mil
4 CYCLES I laky IHton CKIM Car 14.11' 'HELP tea chlMron. otpt.
and Vegetable Association In f ,,.... Ta .. An* ANY OF THESEs Apply m pans t* M,.. Katy
Fully Automatic Miami. Tftl... T. ... It_'..

Lint Filter Tub Agriculture will continue to be WANTED,.. .a rolM. ad hownwtlwr.1 wad as I day pa

of vital importance as long as AUTOMOTIVETaAlrplan. _montn COIeI .pot Ocola h I

Water Level Control Model people eat, York said. 71 Trucks.hr lala-lMtall.... THINGS TO SELL? 12.Mai. hip W..... I P Psep.rllneuin

Water Temperature A-100 Growers can expect a virtual WTrudu WanMM WORTHWHILE i

Selector boom In business becauseof T'...... ft Truck Kontott SALESMAN
IMn' tlothin0. 376-523.
n Trollor RoitoltMMatonycM
an anticipated population explosion ft IcaotonM louts MAN shill 11rtN .........,.
Giant Sized Tub $119 that will Increase the : They'll Bring You Extra Cash ............ sly. a5 mlanM
M I. 1..1.
,..,. .. .
: d. PsllIns ItaNr
.I Safety Lid Switch number of mouths to feed. AutomoMM. fir .its. -: at.us rr call :Slap 5w.........
I Florida's population Is expected uiwop cm ,. 7" t p.M. L
to 64 cent
go up per must km wisIsri. ranaaont
...... ,
tween 1960 and 1975. Rugs O** &!, CaoooloKry.. Pla.
FINANCING ON THE SPOT Per capita income will Increase II lcfto.li ft InitroctlMl Guns OLD *l rla. camaony axpandlnf In ,

t,; Your Choice of Credit Plant 50 per cent during the Mui< Daclryill are*. w*fir row I* ...hiss.. It vnI4.paHtlanovollotHo ,

' same period with consumers WaeidInstwctMiEMPLOYMENT' Tools up .......1.... not -..". W..
triln Writ BOX $*A cOalnao.
The VARIETY STORE doubling their spending in the vili* dm.ilvlnf mum anal anal.Ilkallmt. .

,5-year period, York predicted. 11 ,.....* Hal'* WanMtl Boats .olror.
CLUJ .Tlw..ItT. No.ul.
Nationwide consumers are M.I H.lo WanM ...., 51.7 Is 11I1..... _
ON THI SQUAll 11 H.IP-MOI. ar '....1. Tents stud In"I- ........ oil "'*..
7 5.1. lit AYe. FI S.5141 expected to spend at least 75 I .. lalM Hl, WantadM ..an.nLLGad ..'.ry. fir rant,

per cent more for food, beverages Wort Want1 ,...... Books ,"'T'1,514"-. cO..1.5
and tobacco la 1973 thanIn READINGIN
PEOPLE BEliEVE IN MI\YTI\C, 17 Walt Wald Oils, MAN waned fir..MMt mwranc*
1960. Plants nrk AM IS 40. High ictwolWucjtlen
parmaMnt. Hoply lax
M Farm
aulpmant Pianos
" l' O Fat ft ,..."..., t....... training proarwn.lorn b
1'jttle FolKS CJlrpcLlrCII I II s Lrwitoc ft luppIlMl wnllaywloarnWANTIO .
v Lanttcaln. Tp MM Stoves Si,. empl.ysnh. N 7s isul.G.ls1IN

,*.. ft luppllai" 0.11:'M Contry Club
Radios Mr. Irows $ Ludln..
IIIRERATER, AREI7Tvo weADveeMmoe a11r100iaviWgrTse II LIvMtock W...M I
NAVE ONE OF THUS 'ti [ 00110 TO EAT CM i alafDOD INTISI 1AIOLa aga rataH 2541 milk mutt rant M Mlaamon *...*.>
GIANT DOUGHNUT.i THE vaIDI.i wa 7 5 C/.TIAaa PRpblOT FINANCIALMIRCHANOISI Skates obi*. Apply to H........ Oakii at I
ITT E N ..._ Oparlu.Rl.s, Carlton i Dairy. Phon 4111S71tor
r $7 M.uy N Lu.N Trunks oopt '
rj j MerIt.... WANTID TV _Ic'I.' I..
R7 May waNd Ilal Tan. A -::= Nch.k1MNs
:. / Jewelry hold ft paM. I I
/ NrN.ce, saawy. Muss knew
II' _.. 1.r T.\/ ApNy NIsis.
BicyclesTV adi lilY 'HI 't. or cell
It W.INd la Ivy 21_
: M Machlnary ft ToortM SetsClothing

N Na.Oald ... ; THE I5nldlata _..... 11I11 and pal
tlmb 01.11 11ur. PIty1kN
pa r.
; M AMIgssS wilnd, moil Hovo Mm or and I
,1! M..... Par ... at'... Alan. ro.Idnlt 1
HUH WAN SWIfT'S 'IIMIUM. LEAN MUSKITSTEW a Traaliif PoolPual Cameras cmplto yMr. Wrlto'**::ML. ::':II yea.tie

71 lists Mini,. IWlp.I Antiques WAITERS '
n Camp Hunt PHJl APPLY
Furniture Oilntovllll Golf 4 Country Out.Phono .

II Mutlcal MNchmdlN .,.,... ._ Sol
\ 5' 99' Livestock SUN ory .000rdln5 to ability plo.
,31be.1.OO 3 1 69 sits worklni I conditions. Apply
*. can U 0.414. Hauls 4? Sill DiamondsFish SAID' Oouja 111 NX lim H 'I I
aito Sir Ml
; I 1 marrXd man *g* a at
If w....... Pruara Poles wltk Utah' acnaol aaucollon fro* .
laiN fW sill hull Ills Nannc.Maplsall.. I
lotion ft disability mom .t.
UCMtatM tor loKV Used Cars "In* glary "I.. ar wook PhPoJlil .
'" P.INI.N Dool litot .........* : fir apptrialv. '
FL. Or.41. A Swift's
..,... Mill WANTED
a Sal Wonto Auto TiresAquariums ... want.d N Hie. ...121M. ....1_
I Out tl Town Praporty 144 ...... Mui N slat d ...
DELL'S CHUCK a ......... ,-''las WANT and nav* car O a s d.Nary. '
Apply M,. Porktr, nit W.
41 MMntM ltCm.
; Unlv. Aw. batwaon, f:..and II:MAM
41 Parma ft Acrooa* -
Row Boats
L a c.Nrsd Prg.ly. t.is WANT twa awd. notoro to mat I
HENS ROAST m* at Compo lumber Co. Prissy
RENTALS Golf Clubs and Saturdayrsr.Na. MIM
\ all CUtnt Pmparty IHK.U AM I

44 CrttatW fir HaniPurnlona TypewritersMotorcycles II-Htl, Melt rF MlCOUNTIRMANCatfilar. '- :
" AlI a Apia.
i 1 M IP19c \ a UnfunlllIIM A"" Hour, t*
AM. to I '.M. *r n....... CHI I
a HwfM nX Sal Plrra ADS PR. WU fir .fcitorvlow
\ a ....... far Sal Untum.Daarn. Used TrucksRefrigerators
a tar HaulM ftav
wt apminf
Mobil.. Mom. for .... Loka autiar ..... ....* aa

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its. WaNd T. M 4niMrwr .,. your tun buuNwna, w 11: 5
I aCJU Baby' BuggiesElectric I Vary hints blv..m.nt. is..
Wild Casts C I, ,
N art II Orllca DM fpac* AnnetinetnwntsI =-.M osluvnN Hey =.:i:
Motors out n. I to 13 am
14 IwiMit dantato

Ij ; SWIFT'S SERVICE Store LOST FOUNDS PHYSICAL THERAPIST for Dayton noodod....* Im.mMLtoly ...-.
c Equipment tbouil a o '... Wrllo .... tM>M
ii ROUND STEAK/9 a KMlal tarvtemM LOST e4' .. C-O O.l.....". .....
Farm :"1 Nw11ar5ryd: ...::
erSIRLOIN II- ,,,,--"II Machinery ""i"ji5 COUPLE N wail at flIII e_.
iiSr'r' '
CNtpq a "'ar spaca nirnlih.
LB. M ...... ft TV torvlc.Appllwc : "Ie. oil wtIt, all Mil I moll MI.ary .
Infant's Clothing LOST Im 5 WII'" Saanh III win ..... camp to rl a t PvmMw Rocky Pant a... ClIar, Can PR -7700
dins ,_C.M PR
T-BONE STEAK 99" lb. CUBE STEAK 7'9lb.. WANT-AD RATES Sewing Machines lteWAItOI 17511 WANTIO FR 6-5165 A-l PRIMCI

I PH. 171-1411 Office Equipment 4 HMONAIIHO SUVICI WANTED AIRWAY"'..BUY... _CLIANIP.I... to man.Pnen .
I .., KUT N KUP.L tlAUTV SALOON ... ail ",.lnt.... ...._...
..... Nice .p.IN.n5 Ir... 311I N,. Snr
r RID b WHITI U OI 2V, CAN Movie Equipment auryan i "
Classified. 0.1yDIADLINIS All Mrk II. a pus raw.falTtto

i Fruit Cocktail can 39APPLES- Outboard Motors 11.I... Unlv M up. 've.t..ar"; m-tm M u* 5' tam N.upl sal II fir'1.dy iiaty N sin-Ilw.

OUR VALUE LARGE 2'/a CAN Oxn nlgKI by 5g1._ -
T.... Mr Pre MMTI LEARN 10 01t1"1. _.. ... FH iMMlALItMAN !
Pork & Beans. 5 99 in R... Bay lator. psblk Sports Equipment -- N tsrv.N a _I,.
, I cans 3 291OUR .MnmPar }..1' *ay OrlvM* IcMM. PI J4-Se..H.... W.....
VALUE CREAM STYU SOS CANHILLMANN'S lb M, .... to t* kt Mel pN.S- Furniture >*' Lie 4> Hal at Pia
II:H ..... Iii.Pw.dsNNNMs..p. Nursery Ml m* now kaautlhil Caralm. M HH comaMN
:{ Corn 7 1.00 r- Piaia lorkor UKW, > ......... M ..,.,. "'. 1-
t . cans _/I.,. Caatic4
I ".... SO.MNNWM. Vacuum Cleaners sa.flw: BT-.K: is Mn. 055. Paana,Tampa, katal lull-
, : I RED TOKAYGRAPES ( III d INNS V<, Ulliv' Av.. PP.MI10P MNlaar. 375.7151.
FAMILY RATES Fishing Equipment I&-W.WER/d FNR.I.f9tb '-
Mayonnaise .
i I 1 lMrtl. .......... Mi lintmimptyma Materials SPECIAL NOTICES I' ..m..su I" Ilia la
I 1- .......... ESN lull Building LO.. w.r,,", ...."t w,m nw wait I San a woM Pasty ...
: t 49 /.alum.. .......... 111I.... Ds-A DMt TaolM. Only M ash 55,45.. PR"MIIX / '"

:: J qt. ,Jar 2-29* 15 IeasrtNM .......... u..s 1M Washing Machines _1 Com.DER_watt.. (. C_. 0'.s ILDIRLV M5M.ar CMPM or two I.....,

TOO III-" .total. eau............ -M Heating Equipment I iaty S.H-n. Child/ Cat .roam.....ft.ham.....tin ft Mr oulilanco m*. aodi m
r' t M .
, oraod S numaar at 1.11.11.IPN.NNwwar..pat. LOVI. Mtflvlvuol atton.ttan. Clash M4 iiui.PN.M
\ Musical Instruments wilt | chlMrm" fir cniM' 44.5...
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... WOULD 1151 N M -
8 Point phNSalil.514. N4.s. lame. Call 375.1171. =,,:: =
Camping Equipment -.. 51. web CIII M,.. 51.5
I IIIRSNIY'f Sail N t 1- ardhl.ry 1\1. nW 71. Ma 1PM.a.w11.35 Pi1E

12 point Plumbing EquipmentChildren's TINY TOT $c1I..1. 8' I.dn.N.R. I

SUGARS lam M t ...... rdmary VM PLAY SCHOOL Red I Estate Exam

t I Playthings \/11" N ad as is. _i/1. OUMI
IMORTININO-l-ll. CAN 18 Point 10 II .... II. II NSaI ATTEND Pint Mwa fro*.
. Electrical nil NW .m 5s. can OT.PIT ,
s SWIFT'NING. 59 LIIRirloa.wIsSS.000'dg' __ .. SINN ardlMry VMlorn Appliances'Dogs CHILD nice. totanan CARl rnwtwr-o prMato Nana toWanc..*.. SP5IDWRITNDIPILLINO
i M -... Ptiana ppj a-niiT Ch/l Sauk.TnSNW
'I'1 I PUSH DANDII II-OZ LOAF 24 Point Cats, Parakeets 'XCILLIIiT dUd can lot ........ SarMa1N C.a. ._Claw. I
""'( N.wssr. Ss.Na
115N. N. I. S ctlis.FR CalKtoTTi :
BREAD 2 loaves 29* 65123. W Unhr.An. 5
: n GRITS M I ..... aramory IfM PR "JII7 1


Nothing ..... ... .. ... /
i iJ s IbLa '" NIt '. TRAINEE
> MILK . i gal 53 36 PI.am .v.SOW.., ..... Nand .- Mw.t .
slab Ap lair L W. tllll POD miTAVHANT. WITS
.. 7 .INN ardNay .... than theGAINESVILLE INN iKntary O ttalary
tor walMlo; aannanonlmMMt ITAITINtt IALAr.MUIT .
J : cans UnmwrM ass pr M OVI* H VIS. Oil
torr*.. CoH Pit. a-Htt sill.un AOf PHONE PO* AP.
A M. an* I P M. MM mr* 1,1.wan.iius POINTMINT'' P* .-_
KIINZ OUR VALUE TOILET Tft. OoMwlll Inn wW nat Mroiponiin. .,..

BABY FOOD 6 jars 59< TISSUE. 10 rolls 89t kwprract$*M.tMartla tor tor any nwr.arror Mr-...MM *MNu M I> SUN ..W.,-IJIIt......,.,.., N pails. 441.u II L. W.rawaENN.r.at. M irar lit N.

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d..N MNINMNN aM .. CALL ......11- ........'1 Calf- BWIIRI. -

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: Beneath This Banner' Are The World's Best BargainsCLASSIFIED

I : ADS g

10 1 4 $3 CI..N out the Closets 6 Utility Room Mow-Pick lip I1Itra ca.h Person to person ode ere for non commercial,. seltin9 m.rche/ldi1. ple.E

ot $1.00 0' ass with the $eliinp price stated III the d. No odelitiollol costa for ads that rejoin tho full 10 days No refunds for .eI. th.t

'...5. LINES bring quicker actio. ...

I .: DiAl 378.1411 A Courteous Ad.Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad. I:;

LI 10 pm SUPPLIES U MotH Hotvioi rr Sell l IS H..... far Sl -

I NANCY, 9. wonrt Boxerpuppy I O' I 11' _1..... "."". '. MOVING TO JAAl
372-2488. Iliad -,.... N .ufr ".... IL.s1 O.f..T IroM _"". Will I -
..- PR ..".. Pads booulllul' wiler ....t ,. i mjAfj i N A e O. SA R 1 D' w

I S nomo In M.y_ *ro* tar your R .
P'A ( I I..T' A A
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EI 12 M.kll* HMM rr $.1" olnnvlllo' horn or pnMrtvCviton .
Drivea built ,., taroclouo kMchIhrlKf T U D E ol$ 0 R G A ''N :
Hvgrt 'lor.... Doom J ACROSS 24 lEigh wind.
CONNOLLY 150.1. PalIp .... ."'_ J. Kind 01 2) Murmuring RUM A TO"' e. I K t. ...,
I J. MODI M, ..... taw. I a I bMroim. .MrM boNll OK ''I' _..
J.I N ...._ malls Man, Little Wee or Mn : .MouNlul kltcnon.tooorim IllIht taundi AREA S "It S '... R .

liar ..- 1 pslr (1/5(115 Mans .MIII' (0511.11 11.5,0 4. Dmtlpe 28. Nut many L. Eo Pi D T V .
I Drill MIl Sadly. a .511.5 54540 .1.011 by ,... -..
...me3'utn IIIIIIV.L... P11L Save will, irnto or Ml ..,'...,. (a. M 7.So Amer. 29. Hiving but I T A r .. 1 L. -
a Lot toct "u5 I""' .,.. ,.... AIINor1I. .. nrcdlSI

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..,' t 0..... km moM. II WIOH" ., .5 ( DEMAND) 1S. loppw: 36. Pubhe S r.IN T. DIE. TIE. R. '
pint I yr Hun.lo lIeld' .If. yclld. .
, o...Uo o. lad Omv Tr(..., Huoh Hoirdi, Inc ho* ralumodto .
I BUTTSMobile Ie... Ml lit 100, I "' ". I. rno N w wilt 16. Roms 37. Mormon SOLUTION 0' TISTIRDAT'1MILS ':.':...
M K.,._ H.."' .. Cam IV*. ALL RICK' PIONTI. =- 1' to" SI.I .1151
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H.1i loud
Homes TERRAZZO PLOOIIIOMICA 17. w. 43,GII.pos 4.Cr lam F:
Sunl1nl ::: CAklNITI 19.Tlltor _omett 5. Hy b ...__

I.... .d 1..51111115 3csdllll..ss, twy PULL IODDIO FRONT LAWNS 30.loddkld', 41lIIIlIal DOWN 6.1",01'" \ ::':

mil amity' sod lokl ..) ...,. CENTRAL AIR' CONOITIONINOIII.1M lIlu 62. 2.'
Clout PIR _
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A NW 13th St. I m* 4 Mdraom mo
SPECIAL VA UN TOTAL CASH l3.Co.... 4S. Raver. .II'I', I.tutll t AIh! '
IM II wr lot tor mobile ........ PHA '110101751 CASH he --t
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t FNrll sr opMlnimnl c... 10 'HUGH... IOWAP.OI INC. 51. OpIrRt" loIIIIIf y.c.p.iy J s- .

On itfMt Mriiinf 111! ourCm.r. 1127 N W. :mn Dress 10...,... = ::
OMK I:N A.M. :r...M. INS .homo, |I' ii 31|, 1355Gully.

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P M. PS 1-1551. r 1yrti'
LEAIri PUBLIC PIAKlN0 HIGH SCHOOL __ // 1l / 21. loUoll 3

DIV LO" _._ OVO* eI horn* ITM b..kM. A", com (.if-opply prKtkol toe*. r 0 IM ..... jKkKM- l". ITO /wlly. Toko uo 4* r*. .22 '
1- nlw, .......poraoMllty **. Sill.. //r, 12315. SALES molnlno; =d",01.tri n. Call CONVENTIONAL' 2J Gramput .
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MICA 21 U....... Su"l., AI'.,,,, IM P44MILovmt "" Air. Card i Nr Poroclilll, *nlorn 0 T1 /T / 36.1./11mma. .

II oofr** M VMr ...........*. pricn, ooimt IMF llroimllno. 31 >l. Iroior. I AchMlli L|. ,_. ftm* 1
part Ottvttr IirorTM I 'OATS. 1 mar. aM 1 _.,... Ill .fwwv ki coMrM P11N1. 50. wIlls air clsalllssI115' also owlllUlly londiciM Loll Now 3/ tlo.o11k.i1 :;

P. -1I1oft call Mrt. ..... muk ....,.. Wall Nil Irrld.. w. IroM tor onyminfl. Pros ** .-., lo.... 11'1.. P1101..13.1117. ly OMI. Clll Miry MMllrr.PIOO.IDA ; ", md ::
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Tines 311401.MIS I SADDLES Mc<1oI..... lOris, /151 II LOTS I I '11. I *.,ft. ovor tOol .. tl.I :
j FOR .
Hwy. 1P Cpon 1 150A SALE 2. IlIakaII
d.ni Ul. 1,111154.1p.r' w4. lore 55514 yir*. ,-. II...., 4h
a Oft '.11I 3115 ISMM .f '.. .151111 51115
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CIVIL SERVICE I Lon II m'nu'.. roe
1150. 3704051.
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5501101 5 Arks rite lo l3.W51dliuplo
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MIH-WOIIIIIN WANTID AT ONe Hlllcmt, Win' flor I H*. on Hk II Hem Clll Miry Galls ,..hlKI 11dls5so1sl' CUMMllyl 53.11'ubulhdj: 3
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Inftrrnillai M lokt, WUrlM 11513131'SERVICE I ..$ bomn loeMH. TIMM M ...,. y.
115.1 ONrvla r 10 SIDING LOT W. Itm .... Clll M Ml* M MInvlitmont 51. nRt 1111 .
Raula,11y.yn51N.- Murou, AMERICAN IIRVICIi b1 IW rillrM Mini Will *rc, bul,.. In Ch''.....",."I ni .rn-M* 11 cintt lor oocn 111
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551,11 III .5. WNllsla' 315. .... 1wa/51ro/1 o.1 ,... ... PM Hm*U mKIS y
l SERVJCI CALLS $5 501101. MOBILE MMIIhil I ... toll In NWlwrl I.1. 01. C...,.. 5151150. Hew
4 bcKtoni. Prlcd trap 5,5 11, V P7MI
NMtlnt.AIr CMttlMlnfCutfrKtir IIAMI II kitim hr Ml HOMES "N'II p 'A'V.ADD"
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me Ills W. I4HI AN. LAN upN ,.... .
POINT IIAMIU WMM for .1175 L115. a1. ._ 011155 _, SIN /55115 sod a 1u51r'
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a ..-... NVISTi fail,*ll nt*<| N,. Cal 771.Mr J. 555 storage and utility room. Double eorjj
3313 Itl 511 T... ACI5L Now s5/ RENT OR SALE
with' curved drive todded lawn Excelling
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tlIuI IW5 111.5. PS,5Iy ........ 5107. 0055 .... ....,.. -. -._. .. ARE"CLEAMERy:
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Only. _511! .1 515.lovoly. .., ....homo MUf Illoo.cJRonchottM 01555v/red' P5.05 PS I. r.:..pW k11ch.5 m5. .:'= Nrr IOMTN. .aroduota. ANN I itudont'. M.. IIU HIIt 711I ar NW TMa 14155 ototlni. wa11lSs k ........Oclob5.adlo.CM :=" ::
22015 WrItS ton JI4-A M .
Hctlono. Carl
: tvI lAP,. 1157. ) H> (no Oroynaund BM 25.pl.
::AM'R'1: PUP.NISHID PJOOMI IM blocki _a O"n.III. but .
1tEMEMBER-A 0 ocrodiod porch. It ,.,... tor .... .... ..
rental COSTS 45 fwHlihW A**. .. from nt IW tot A. Mlnlrrlwl Inv.5/m5r11
.. ....
,.. I. 111! monthly Av.ll- Call VO-IIM itttr I ....... .Meal 53 Otfiet-DMk s,.... '.Id N0uNn5, _
"" M Acres ._. 6 ml W IIO.Inesvlll. MO now ill NW wm w WNm55 -
YOU MORE than the ud that will rent LWebl ....... tit.- EFFICIENCU_tit. Phono 11654PPICINCY 130 Roolty, PR. ..:un. Pod 1ud.oll QUIET 4157.man ihidonl Sh1510' -r jrQRITPk4To1Ain? Cetl J P. P.rI15hL2115.

0. MM NW 17thIf II. 4 ROOM 1,01155 tU: ..?. 1n. Inqu115S51 room wllh .........1.... bilh. 1101 W. Unlvonlty A... Pint ClouOtlka I "
i ..\trHere's 11.1 1015. NW 3715 AN. ....IIM .... mo. Clll McKINNIV IW lId T." PAR,. 775. avolliMa Imlolol1Loc..tad olt-ltrort Ipoca. Air parking cona\. Jonttororvkl alova.lor 41 Wa *W *. lirr AND :
., rallln, 100 II _.'ry. ONES REALTOR PP. S-3.17 a'lI More 1 PM acraw. _otroot Iron.,.hMrt ol convput ...."'.... Coll ,. M404or

11 :\.; 1 ..... 'N, v.5. HOI" .1I.bl./ hr.smplm IN WALDO. l.r" bodroom Mdcomplota 1242 515 N'p5.11ft mo.m. Aver. kllellOfl .w11pp.d" LIGHT _PP....".... oV.YMing ,. 1-:1': ''. U.Coils tr and WAHTIDAll loroljn illvordallan
b15. kll' h.5. and bith .... room TWO "e.., "lull computed, llrriCOM and MW '
what COSTS YOUEVIRY'tDAY'until HI 51ft II. .11. p5.04. turn. >ll a wort Wontlnamon
Vacancy .. ...... It. r.-tr"; ; .. -
your port 4 orlvota Phom Coil McKlmoy Or051 RM1/4/M 771 aralorrad.. Call' VMUti: a>l. :M.$ oo to ooch attkoJI BETTER
(. af Hwni prlcl r* 4II-UN. 3617. 2m. por month Loc.tod RIISL STAMP 4 COIN MOP :
1- ....... i
.. It is rented: FOR A MALI STUDINT who. 5 SR. 0 ....... CCI IIOUII 'OR LARD[ alrqN room I5. w.151ng _iMrsncePR .15M.: 10* w Unlvonlly, Avo.DIHUMIOIPIIR 1 .
131 ...... Wish II G..III.IN HMO == I.d Cowl --. I 5055. w1lY m.14 1rvl.. UNN lor imoU mm
t I : Ie'" wiM 5wy. 11.1,5 PMHIV fo'T.'r' CHI rr 77115 ..... 411 NI M A... Phono 54 lawlMtg. nautili -... Iram lit volt 'd15lll
: JRRENT/IS = 3'2-1115. or 372-''''. PHONE 170-DM oflor o ,.M:
I ; YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: ..' '': NW I or, I both tmot c. O. CARS
lor INDIAN Hood --,
MARYMOELLER, P5 5'3011WANT NWIbr 1botn.llMMCbMARYMOELLER '50 Mrtllt Hawa* IMALL worohouM ront qpay1.11p1..p.rI

... -$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day REALTOR (TUOINT or worklM mom.r DAN BYRD rowsW.'A. .:.-. Jr.Jr.
I \1' to m.n I I* opt. Cell PP. AI" (ONIlITIONIIO 1. II W J DR 376-8268 ...
''" loll W. Unlv.nlty AN.P 14111 I to I ".11I., or "frmiftor REALTOR trallor, good locoIlM, Ml parmonm
$50 per mo. . I $1.66 per ..day'SS S 64471 I P M. Mn. AIIr__. CM I7MOUI OAP.AOI tUILDINO CM_bo. uotd IX Mac...." > T.... .
101. W. Unlonlly AN lor othor ftorioo PU' Uf '
.10 AC"" I 55 110m. 11cc.NloInwiI I room tumlihad' .Pt., prlviliMM I PR 64471UNPURNISHID a, I .bedroom 'trillor for ront MwMrnSad.. Call altar 4P 63 FORD
$ per mo. . ". $1.83 per day ....... 11501 51115. t ontronc. N* chlMnn. ori. lull_ for working caupio. M, 47MIU PORT ,..... ...._. Oil Mlwoiiluo Polrlana
M" ;
1511117 01541 110 .. Only ". Ill par month Phom V*. rodet.rSlld. I Moo.. Hewn ,..... nil I. Univ.Ave. r dlM. oMdor. BlH t awr.oulomotld Mrb
71v ::1131. 55 Mow. .1.. I....... !'IilIIIW.'I LARGE Shop bullitlng: long lormkoia. .. .,... tea trmitlhonor _
| Jf"$60 $2,00 day 361101. 7101 down Ml. Sour 1.155. drill vrlHi accok 112
per, mo. . per RIM or Mia M07 Nl IfthAvo radio. ilr
NIL THO.CI olr con ISIS ICCU- CM 515 Sun, ,,, ._. M" aloe. drill with .._, Slot eondttlMod.
PONOYCS I, AMOCIATH INC. Honor'mm. ... oportmMl.Mel. nt I. Only 1-4 :. '.M, 5, eIIl 3712715.POROYCI MJM. ......1.TRAILfR plot oiraodor W la I'*", III whin' WHO red Interior..
,- .$65 per mo . $2.16 per day ,, P.IALTOK A.. oil .. mu or Fit > P05 STORE WAREHOUII ...._ fill cu_. MIN
... IN W. Unlv :17H1M ISM.FUHNISHIO. I AIC.WI PACf FOR REN r.e.1I specs,"colt John Man-Ill,_511115' nan. aloe. motor U .... r'pip. $2495
Awe e.v1 .1eI 54555 fill' .
} $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day TOBACCO ALLOTMENT (irMl .pl. 4MRm NW 154. 1'1.... coil PWdycs sod M.N'a Rnlorlel 372.4551 -- cvltar M. PR t-UM
OUchrl.t County. IN: acre term, tift A.... 7741271 IW furlllll' Sole,. ,
... ,1. m'lt' hlg"1Y" 115115., 1 bodfablCcl 3765924. i Tell.. I Ib 4 Pedro.. Md.lt I.
.$75 per mo. . $2.50 per days room homo. born end 11
IC.. .o0.cq .MImenL I.coll.r11 THRU bodroom hnna with tteva :SUBURBAN 114ADOWLAWI4IISTATIIS 63 RAMBLER
;$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day 4' U........... AIa. and nfrlaorolarabla IVrn'A..I.' .. NEW
ANA GLE REAL ESTATE Pill of MIsiS. 111' N.... ,.... HEIGHTS f. D. OLIVER'OPPISINO CL11c "W 4 door. bvckal
-! COB n lor dltilli SEAS tAMPUl I a P.OgptOIAtarrlad i Tfl. 1111 W1. .5515. automatic tramn 1_
i $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day C L Ant to, Brakor all. 155.w by ysar 515 / 111.. 115en .N"' PR 4..L N_ Indvldull 'lylll P5, VIII radio honor, MOOT iiMINOMtf. '",
0: J. 'II. MvolM only" Not nil* Pr_ MWa551u111 air .
4404 NW I1HI II )7MfT7 aMa far chlHIron or p10 OT4U1IXTP.A 3 ... I ...... tar .Nob 01.50N lor TA0.e 015115Only Will N5a1.d. 1101115. .1515
$90 per mo. ... $3.00 per day cllwohe5.. idit0i 555 ..o. MODELSNow .... Ses/. ""..lIty ",...,111 5 wortsm.Ml.
PARMW 5.15. IN ..... Ioc... NICE 11* Mauls M ICk pip' S.csllll I "' .... N. W. 63rd O If.W. ,711I PLh $2495.

'j : 1:;:$95 per mo. ". . $3.16 per day 0.111'011._' ''m..ly II t111a mllll P1 North.1..II,. If Oct.KltchM 1* Clll_PP.''tIfIId Ma," AvillMa altar 1125 air mo Clll FR.'f..rfI. .,Ill IY 5.0.45.Par II 5041510P5UD ......N..... .1.14 A arnnwnlly 10 lIN In 705 would. M

1(100 per mo. ... $3.33 per day Over.. K CN0r.d mlIS .IVW IN 115515 acre _Macr. IX, Op.n MASON MIN W5P If W. 1515A5. .
; ... I 0c. ...... 51/elvwn/ $. 47 MtMt ftr ..* Fan.NI A. W. PLITCHIRMACOMA ....tho OlIO IDttnI_ .55.lsrasclls. 63 MERCURY
05.15 and ,...... Do.... 1 10.10r 50555 015 5155 1.0.P1245
ZBo.tL / row Wp5rmlng. $105 par. THRII .....,oom. I ...,. ....... II <:.p KttltfVevtlffmeiit Doily 10-6 W. P. 'DOWAY t 455 lit,.,.., ml...""'
'I 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR ....- IIrmlo 5141 U1c. 15,1 .,.- NanknNalOl.. radio,, 11.51..
376-2615.I 5.W toortnf low in '-
Village Green .
(,. ......lItui car.
ALSO b5.155 ecrm If ftlO" 1511.Ing ) bodroim hotiM for rout | mlrt ..... ..'. gjtwatt .. must

f ;.-.: SUN RENTAL WANT ADS pi...lend. Aeloln. 10501 0''...0111$111.pl.ellng"..... piel d"T: fcirthoT mtarmatlM, 12'N.W.1I.nUTS. BY .s $2295
155 Cenfoct contact ,. 01447I iLAKESHORE'TOWERS
I vowr PS .., 2...._ ....
JoIw 5. Dykes, El
It RI. 0 Boo 1UC3.'t.?: '1': :; I mill IP., fomlty turn houio or moHin, ptflocl..._for ....., ,...... fussily YOUNGAMERICA
I cell N-my 011. Coll 64323. Seem, kaamSfiill ...-.. 63 RAMBLER

I fl 41 C.i.r.d ,,. ... .f with .... ir .iPj4]
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t = fcLHtnttt. h, It* ISHtamtltrtileOWNIP 3 It11.1.. I NM.. ml 5/5.5, l M.. yard 1011 St.I ......... oystg s. M.sy HOMES HOW LEASING ..,,Is". /was. ....,.,. '5510
MOil' IN for .hlld..... "urn. 5 _,.. 1 M... II.J.. himriaw MchptlvaM "
I S5RWr7Wflor 20L0 by OCT. 11th. M9VINO; ] Sells.. II... cel I Ildr.om. ..."'. "'n. 1ro111 M.4. Calls?. "III" '
b living rm Wills' 5.71.4. built .InkltchM 100 SI S.mS ... .. .. 051.s. ":
_. $1695
r. AMI =p.5J. ut ilr oendetl' &'''' CM!. hoot with air .......,. N.'.Law o5 cowl.NymaM. Loco. lId ... MN.sd c."".... ... ........,. : .

; '. HOP Phona PP. M3I4.L .....'._. PI'nloMIMod. Law dawn laml p.ymw wllh aarawma t. McCoy .ull..... UNUSUAL4Bedroom2lath ....... LoKitaaj IM 11 atykMi trick ..4 +.knanA r.0

JACRIPIC, INA !ll ='M Mu.J 010U55 SR= ...". J7W NW Bnd let :3767311SIghN :376111 N.W. G.is..vl11., ...... "
7 P.. Pha1. 3715051. '
I |. panolod. living rm< with HOMII 62 FORD
1 e >wall urpotlnt, lInhM1.. DON'T MISS THIS 141 .....,-., (I 14th ... t7th HOME A..... .... M ..... I 1 Idr..t. 2 b.th5..
kMpp..rh 011.15 'Ml' 1 415, S.rdI.
I A... imiii down ......
Mymtnt h UkVr M
!!: bor $4W down, and TRULY LOVELY MOM .1 0.454 tr.nmls5 nets rSoaW
51 $0 me.p.yment5. PAoM At Molora OiraMi 1'.1 ml touttiaf monthlv MymMti. 19 lo MlAIM Suburban Heights .lid aficid .odor $9,000 raaxm. _

5 71762313 sOW 5.30 P.M.tsd.cIo. Campus. M 411 I tP.. IMthi with no hom down t bull piynMl M your. Ph M Llvlnf ROOT far the wMfctt Owiw hMrvlctPMH 1 All city" (.."..1.... .*"
1 MIM' 5.m how0 dm tar dod yair 'roundcom" ". 1-41M. Dlnlni RoomMoitir tvanaat .ndmodi $1395
noun. elm In, nlc. MighMr."Hbnav "" Prlcod right Orlva by lodroom.Oroulni Nwlt.s.B..sslfslly.
1 ij !! -ta. Modv M, ...,.. phono PH 1.411 ar ,.. Mil LOT Rom It kd nllY.d.f ..-
P11, WOODROW SEAY I .w "h1Wesi M b4y1r,. 6301 t Fomlly Room DMI ,,,,".11""' ........,... I
TIll Me1W!!!!!lIt.- 171470008.M 14055 Mks. Cell LimirloiM ..Hi. Roomit s ,
I PutS iitlM Kltcnon. ... .. 62 CHEVROLET
;'K- N.W. 2 rkW.r.OMNW. Cemplal.ly Saw .
II 17 lad I Lest lMb. Landry Utility Rom
iHjt4l Now Quality HUOh iawaraa bullAs /
I '- ....... ,Cre55ad'M' Iwlmming Poll I 16tk A... ........l NIW fr Cahmvllli. ra.. ; 0 -. ,1 .,... /litter ...,.
lowia140 gar month with Wall.lo-will Coroolft ..... krick fcama an tRtrt) Rtea. _* i.
I :....37284043ie AmkM W bill Want U.ON dawn ar will. arranga tarmla Control Hoot. end ladtlcl ...... M. M.... .. 15.1. ))5rk F7CUR F RES IN UDts .:',
wit buyar. Laeilod Ml NlISth Air CondlllonlnfFRED
I \ *LVlN\ with olmoot aniera NAVEL t acre InduitrM' I 14.1 NW 511151.Hugl.. Strait t* N.I. iOth Av.. Swlmmluc" tcJ wtdltii Rios $129 ,.

I al iravnd In baaulliul Flortta athltnatCall ,, 55.5,45 ISwiri"ADMIRI ,.... MASON f,...... M 441 hoes RHd Tern udpht.TshpI1N Acrtt tf PltRHi GnwMb Cttatral Hart ..
fork. and /rluau. Impravaa' LOT. Ia..".... ra JlltloSratatd
Itiroo t::, two both WANTt Inane "5511117 'HONI Cantral Air Gaud. U.ndrf
... ally ttol puss.JIM Lackara Carkaf Drat Chute -
t homa with Hvlnt" mom | 172.7070
IOTM dlnlnt roam pant I lod Lot Jockwi1"' ,.... PR2.H40. f. 2-1112 Pine PtrkiRfl Araat Uajbtod SMmraiNitft 62 RAMlLERANrfaA
u flroolaco, avanlitdJJ SINUS TCW.IS SUALTY Da Vat ... BrokarColl
1r jilar yi bodraom, two car UIl NW 1J111 II P5 6011 THIS UNUSUAL NOME IWIMBIRLT Ask AkM Ow mUll ar Coma .NlHI 1 iloratan d 4555. 15115. ....:
I ow 0."_ aoaulllul troundklnlad TrU.... .... H. W. nth SI.McCOY'S r0II1. 801Q3 W. 5.NmIIIS h51/w1515-
TIN m ::" :I::" 1 1I lUil ...... Wa51d IITATIIUoyd PHONE 376.4456
't : : u.sc.I ;; $995 .
.flW't I I thru bodraom, Myrklc IMr
> <' I" Up la I acna not nwt thailatrlcuHura FOR PRIVATE
Omar.- 141155r5.
uifrco ol II4.IM N Lam 1IIN ,. .
41141 city 11115 55114 I I (24 Hw Service -
n 1 Teem 5.155I I I.rya015lMe.r.'Scow ar buimoM I. will SIN mayS SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
pay ill ta Ml par Wrttawmc 61 Volktwcftn
E- alt .11II .Id.Nlk5. .. .. ::.... N MM Tar lit'NW IMAm 2JO I.W. Ugh JT.-V J. MWY.441 --
"-.MclooM* Iwrary 1"f.NWN.jCONol11CAL .Monyitro ...... OM .....,. at liM arky MACOMA HOMES, INC. Sun Want Ads : SSsrNL'a5n. Moa. .' .

HtnrMM ..1w .-. trMoW ar MBM
i ;'\\ 5.155 lea down a. CINTIP.NW to kMBflfiil. S......* H...... wart a* NW 4Ir4 It. Get jte ults Butler. Bros. ..IUILDERS $1195 .
MS..1:.::,;--m t ::. :..ur d/b.cR4f ..|o I''''' ;

4W No,,._. Ana"er 15.. 5141 S15. N ..W. INIwD17
b.4rnm 5010. Nor tho $514. ISIS' 05451b.ro1M. I Th. Charming (h. Llvablt ,'61 RAMlua-
Unlvonlly, eomolotaty fiml New Homei RANCHO 6RANDI TIKI
Iii.d T5. Im4s.Ml
ad at If.M.ot with rantal It_ 1505. -... SNrorsM1nac
Mm A 15555. Ana Mmtbidnam 1 badroomf, 2 baths 3 bedroom, 2 both lorgaicrtcrwd
,,_ ...... _
I 'cama aonlMa.wall dralmd I baM MM at out 'In study family room, living porch "btautlful .. ....
501RO ... NW. hind) Caait T t. .. : :
1ft' ldMMadRoaTJotaV : oak oak
5 5.a5 room dining room, family room, parqu.tparquet -
Invar awtom kalMar. ,.
C Tm jn4.m d.t $1195'61
WIllwesd .Mfrs, .... I floor dropal 'In. floors. dropti Includad
!;und mi nmr WESTVILUNW cludtd. $30,000 10% $28.500 10% Down.

J. W.KIRKPATRICK Down Our 1964 Porodt Home
4320 NW 17th PI., 3225 NW 28th Avt. READY

REGENCY 2-bath. Full brick double ....., ,..... iMotar
5lnt.Miln ltMM"pinnt FR M4M .t J7lh St. Lit ut alva you on tilimott on contracting your maw 3-bedroom foyer 4 door
.1. AMOIATIIIMalhlMM BRYANNow Custom nornt. carport. 1,435 square feet Huge lot with room for stable $1195

wiV.: A W Root*.Irona UIN. Rot luonoH. back In 'Galntivlllt Call Gtrald or V. Q. McCoy Day .. FR 6-7290 and corral in rear. 1736 NW. 39th Drive $19,000) ) 10%

Lavli Klrklind BM OrlNtiIFRED to Mrvt In oil typn Nltt, FR 6.6502 down $122 per month
., you WALTER'STUIISInc. Of f let locattd at N. Main Sirttt and 23rd Blvd 1 central' .
of r roIiO. THE POWELL 3-bedroom. /z-bath: Oak floors RAMBLER

heart full brick large WOODED LOT.,. $14.000 $500 4 door 61....... ...... ........
B & T Ytrrasio down $86.49 per month.



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} t. BEAUl BUYS ._ For quick free information. at no obligation, colt 372-2527 11_ .. .v1.11Na
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F nnn L/ASE. FLIAII Ml Soy or 372-6441 evenings
t ; ithii boouiii 4 ..._. I both 1551
Ii wllh cMlrol hoot ands
FFFsfn MVS51w." ,"" ...... and GAINESVILLE'S$ JAMESepCOMPANY $1195
Cornor rkZwjgo THE
+ q> taken, $. /515
;d 1 WANT* TO HOLD YOUR HAND BY Tfi biggest little' builder in town"
I ndan. air
I *'''wo ill bofara mo .l.14V Ow ngON.at .
> brick ..)...._ In our UMlaulKbtdraam ..,. .'"
{ .. I bath homo. Law BUTLER BROTHERS
4 JtchM oomoioto. with a v annnaa $995
{ I ..--,. dlipawl. andatanry .
> at Waco tor Mllna, loa.arihi .
> pimp. room. I>o two colaaraja : .

,1 a. 1Y Iv1 ," Hoar Unlvarilty c.1' PALM VIEW ESTATES Why Pay Rent? 60 Volkr# fj.itComoor

VOUP. tvtl WHILI I ; Mhnulllil ctra
t.1' It.It.LQ U In ma arlvicy ol our Mca "wot to own H ao.raeltn. .
1 I'r ocriM .porch ThroiPkxd .
room, ancolaavod -
.41 o_ci_. ....., $16,000 up OWN YOUR HOME $1395 '

f If you like working in a convenient modem

15nual. MM down Ml kitchen you won't find any more modemor
I > month M auolillad FNA auvARNOLD NOTHING DOWN VA ,
....... .'60 FORD
1 1Mt
't.- $100 ClMlnf. COlt convenient than in a Kirkpatrick and Pier- Now ..... MaM -....
11-.. Dan, ndbk ta.....
t son home in Highland Court Manor They'redesigned

!1 '.. REALTY COMPANY ALL CITY SERVICES I with you in mind. Why not see them MONTHLY $6' 5 TAXES AND $145.NO .

*. Mglltpia Itotint Marnbar PAYMENTS
J tit, W. Unlv Avomio Vt ISM today? Outstanding features include: INSURANCEFROM

tkn VAaort AMMlahM jona Ciidwil FERN WOOD MANOR DOWN

K W. rMt* M KlWmMoVUIor
Howard JI"a.rangS r PAYMENT CARS
O. MINT IV OWN. Double stainless stool l sinks
INNS CMtrol ho.1 $12,250 UP W Me.
eon*. otr n ... MlMII .

'E 1-vtn. II, IMI Ava lor Ma call, $400 DOWN FHA a Gas or electric Tappan built-in oven I 'J7 tuMtta 4 tV. $UVdw

MODERN *>aaita V. ... MII
end rang with hood, fan and file I Ii
i $100 CJo.nf! Cat I Ot* 1 *. kr..' U

M.--wllh- $ i tor. 4'aV .
i 'S. naMtMik -
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111. living MM PM daw torogoMMoDMWAV 1516
fcr* r

_.__ ar i 3/145.1 Vinyl tilt floors ') 4 451.,5.

I ." ,..." i-o..2'I.

4IH lrkk Front Cel. lell. Nn Genuine Woll-Tex vinyl peps I N w 'SS.P.rd 114 ....... JJ .

I J Price. 15.125.. $<25 f-w..l I Safety-edge Formica counter tops ... '$7"Pad .dr'!. '..!' ,21 .


L.,.. ........ 1.5 .... '
II S Custom built-in cabinets 511.M RtDGWAYffOTOft

DIRECTIONS Drive w. .*

16h Awe. Tm I'i $1OOcnA yrz .

Left us MH. St.es Sales. Offke NI 23rd ,,". tf 11 rb .' ... w.. ,__ :
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11 I BUTLER'BROTHERS 39tk TtffMih;' I Terr. ...... 372-3471 $395 down FHA ||= ? : -- .. .

geCi ms OSOi1N. UMOMU .CO.:

PROM "t1,214.l41M

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BUILDERS Village face* :, "- -
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Zf. tr* on chm rti. SNSd kw I1 a5. 5e. ImIns Ill CoN .._III.. of now dm 1.. dIalr.. ImpalaI. Niw FOR iALI INI n'...... """, ;
b. 3.1115 II' N III No Moltl 2,750 ml $2600. Call FR6440S :- Ctll .
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) 90th "
MOT van IDTO boob and a lary expenditures from proceeds IS'' OPEN
f DUmber of record albums went of the sale med to boy Of Values .. ,
on sle this, morning at, the I new boob for the library. / TIL'
i Gainesville Itteods of the U The sale is being held in the ,
'!1''hriry.JOth annual book sale. old supermarket building next .' .
'Mrs:Billy Brajhear and Mrs. to City Halt Friday hours are 9TONIGHT
,S.ttXL'Cblgite are chslrmen.f ., from I sin to 8:30: p.m. and
.f f 't Suiald between 8.009 and from sun to 5:30 p.m. Satur
: the safe during, and I'
a oostere to, usually goodcandWofc" ., FRIDAY & MONDAYS.

[ ,'Prices range from a dime to ('COUNTDOWN"for LITTLE BOYS' '2-pIECE SETS
[ -"doBar, Mri. Taulnarl said.
f*fee explained that more than citizenship
I an took were selected for webjMM FLANNEL SHIRTS IN lifdijl
M t Gainesville library besale SOLID COLOR OR CHECK #
),1....&. to avoid unnecw- 2 DAYS ;
jijtoull Braille, a frail 'young
J {than.wj 0 was born in France In REGISTERfDEMocwK,
'1111I11III died at the age of 43, REG. 3.99
evolved his classic system of JUST ARRIVEDMEN'S
reading and writing for the blind
I when he was not yet M.Though 11111 sag t>wen.it. ANNIVERSARY SALE 2.99 SET '
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