Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00189
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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 2, 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
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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ByBnXHAGERSim department promised additional concealing alcoholic beverages. moonshine whiskey. found less than a gallon at men charged aiding in the
Staff Writer Pictures oa Page 3 arrests. Donald W. Dice, 29, Lake Frank Hines 68, Mlcanopy; arber'. home.Conviction manufacture sale and delivery
,I Alachua County moonshine Meanwhile; all nine arrested City charged with possession Jerry R. Moran 4700 Archer under the charges of the liquor.
operations were at a new low automobiles used In transporting Thursday were released on of moonshine equipment Road James J. Walker 42, RU brought against the others provides Duke Newcomb State Beverage _
today following a successfulcountywide moons hiners' products, and bonds ranging from $500 to Maxie K. Reynolds, 38, Jack- 1; Ella M. Davis 34. Waldo for a sentence of up to Department publicity director -
strike Thursday by the apprehension of nine persons 2000. Freed were: sonville charged with possession and Phillip Barber 34, Cross five years imprisonment and a revealed the detailed
State Beverage agent. and including fee alleged head Major J Thomas. 13-year-old of two stills which the state City were charged with possession fine of $5,000-or both. planning which preceded Thurs
sheriffs deputies. of Alachua operations. farmer who was named chief team hit Thursday.. of moonshine whisky. Hero of the massive raid was day's strike.
The strike carried out with Harried 'Mat manufacturers of the local liquor ring. Thomaswas N. T. Thomas 60, father: of All but Barber face felony beverage agent Bob Olander of For the past several weeks
combat precision netted about face further embarrassment charged with ownership Major Thomas charged on two charles Under state law. possession Pensacola, who infiltrated the cameras, microphones and
200 gallons of illicit whisky throughout the weekend, as beverage possession and control of moonshine counts of possessing raw ma- of more than one gallon 'shine ring 10 weeks ago. Olan- agents maintained a vigil near
more than I ton of sugar 11 agents and the sheriff whisky and moving or terial for the manufacture of of moonshine a felony. Agents der lived and worked with the See SHINE: e. Page I)

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Order Hilda Threat

To ; To La. Coast ;


sociation.return ternational 10,000 striking to work AFIXHO at S

Gulf Coast ports at 7 p StormIn J.ckeen
day, New York time. Shrev, oat r ALA

federal The move court complied restraining Swing TEXAS LOUISIANA/ //"

Thursday strike for 10 night days In halUn the Northward Neches MISS. M.bllAteaendrle

interest. ile l

Before the meeting of f NEW ORLEANS La. (AP) men
officials to set in Hurricane Hilda hurled her Levm.ntN.venen
machinery for obeying screaming ISO-mile winds toward Cherlo.
Dlst. Judge Frederick the deserted marshlands I NIW ORIIANS
Bryan's order ILA of the Louisiana Gulf coast today e/l er.O.Iveeten .
Thomas W. Gleason said More than 80,000 residents
all went out together moved inland to safety
all go back together" ; National Guardsmen rushed
I The Judge acted on a In to aid In the mass evacuationas -: -:.' :, r:
lion of national the season's most powerful 11'--\ ',.'
President Johnson hurricane began a slow and r.esW\ .'
I The order was signed ominous turn toward the central 'IIf \
the customary: 3 p.m. Louisiana coast. \\f \-J) t"' .,
j Althouth Hilda's center ,
"shaping up" the dock was '
j jI. ,
for the following day's 1 still more than :200 miles offshore \, ..., I, -
Union officials said this In the Gulf of Mexico ':: :....
practice was the reason heavy rains and squalls were .
delay In bringing the : I buffeting the coastal regions by "I :,..
,to life. 1 mtdmornlng Ow" .1"' : 'IM..ic.
ii. !
There have been 50,000 evacuated
Some pickets showed
:New York docks this m :: already" said Frank Q.Splen 'I' ,
:If. l0Ol''v '
acting stale Civil Dofente > __
saying they had not 2)a I
orders from their union director. "There will be*,r II M .4 r- i ? i
stewards to .pull down more U this thing keeps comingIn :
lines. 2)i this way." 1. .... 1
A little later the union The Weather Bureau's 11
fied all ports to a.m., CST advisory said Hilda Congress Dropping i
eta and stand by for ) was centered about 240 miles ;
work Instructions. south-southwest of New Orleansand
There were indications moving north-northwest to; I
waterfront activity 2 MeasuresI
fully Monday return because to normal (lee HILDA ee Page I) ,I Key ,

stevedoring firms would Weather '1' WASHINGTON (AP) Two To complete the fiscal work of
pay premium rates for key administration measures the long 14 sets** the House \
done tonight or during the aid to the aged IK and to the to being asked. to vote on a p-
end. Still OK In Appalachia: poor may be billion supplemental money bID i
The regular work day brushed aside a* Congress lor the added! requlrementa of
York started at S a.m.- ,sprints toward adjournment. event government %gfflf.hf
hours after the Judge Baton RougeThe The reapportionment rider already and on M lenato version of a
papers aimed at an 10-day has been yanked from toe 1338-blMM foreign" aid approprlatton. .
Ing off period to allow I weather In Baton Rouge, foreign aid bill. .
further efforts to Li, site Saturday night's As If flipping the calendir The authorization which nets
three-month deadlock in .. Florida LSU football game, page to October made them' the nom, for Into spending
nations on a new contract. I to holding up fine at present' suddenly aware of how fast cleared a conference of House '
Union leaders : ) LSU assistant coach DM Par- election day to approaching, and Senate members Thursday
not immediately issue via told the Am today.Purvto members of Congress are right stripped of all reference to
work orders to the men I reported that overcast exhibiting a sudden test to pi Supreme Court-ordered I'
struck at midnight ( skies and slight winds m the their work done and get out on portlonment of .reap....
A spokesman for only evidence of Hurricane the campaign traIL fur... It wasthis a i long tel ever
he would can a meeting of Hilda's approach on the Lou But when they will close up aid bin rider which tied u,
officials this morning to liana coast shop- and whether they will be the Senate for weeks and helped }
preparations to get the "Gale force winds are' t- called back to Washington after prolong the ....Ion.,
back on the Job in the peeled Saturday morning and) Nov. ) to a mystery at this i iU
New York.In heavy rains In the afternoon." point the fun House md Senate (
some other ports Purvis said "The field drains Before the Home today. to give their approval to what the
was considered the most wen. but strong winds and tor.rential 94.a billion worth of appreptla ,.oeiudlueN rid. tilt ss I1 kaad of .
time for resumption of real rain could" he make. the. .time and this. fIaI sack Israto who fought to aphold |'IAIM i
tooting bad. added. "
still other ports union f la blown tt win be hard to told, Supreme Court .. nun I.
Penis pointed out that Bat.on
one veto" dactokm wiO ...
work J.an
said might resume the member all of wham I IMy
la IN mOts
Rouge same \
an even)tsrger victory dm
or tonight.Signcarrying from the coast and that OMCttySee must stand re-election If fey apectIIL '
pickets west to stay to ConfreM toWashkigtos
disappearing from the ( WCAnm>! e* ftp I) See LLJ en Paae t)

(See DOCK ea Page )1I .

I X t'1 :Thresher Is Photographed II

I e Him 1.* 9bav I
-111I..., aanounesd Thursday thai by ask* TragedyAdds
advanced search techniques It had located and photographed pieces
ef the! sunken atomic submarine. Thresher. Another t
The ........... !lUll by a specially equipped surface ship Chapter ;
... provided the most ceoctosrve evidence yet m the fate of the .submarine "
which sank ore Arrg 1a, 1113 wItIt UI men aboard..i '
From the photographs ef large sections of tile stem and comingtower I feeling that the "... shield. be) allowed to rest to peace," officially tr
\ or"s.." at waa apparent mat the submarine had .broken him' .I....... that tt was not look*Ic; for the Thresher. Rather it
pasta, pneamebty from the presume of the water, as at teak to aaMttWoot claimed met it was wing no extentrnfy. explored area to lest out
depth same atmttta east of advanced search method But ae the Navy announcement acknowt'
The pwotogrspee, huveier, wen reported not to have shed soy edged Thursday the Thresher was me "target- these search'eiperimeaUL
additional light en what caused the nuclear submarine to sink while' ..:'
mektof teat dries after an overhaul at the Portsmouth K. H.
naval shipyard The eomasoa fcaory. erfered by a naval board ofInquiry For the search eperatkm from June through August the Trieste-
waa Out the staking wee caused by a failure to Ac cwsaMiiail had been estenrivefy modklod to overcome some of Ha tatiattoaa"to
ptotog system.The mobility and search diet became evident last year. The lackfreof .
oattotta beattoa ef the amken submartoa dbnaied n long. site kad a reconverted Afltorctte supply/ ship the NSN Mtoar.T J
and at fM tattle. search to which .. Navy dtoeovered to Ito canears MIdI had hue specteDy adapted by the Naval Research labor. ,"**
mat M had anttasted tsaisawy. tor leg atomic aob tory tor laiderwater search ? t
m0r sae ha lace at ffial ....... StentflcsMlyae far as tare search are __ Ml r
Let screersepweug beftystaalCMMoTM The aad aortaeemay Thrwsbr.. 1DcaW abaaet ........., by the Mar. Purdy bseow .' ,
eW tswhq MiMnm I .1" snare. orb armed, i of mechanical dnloilUse, the Trusts proved of tatted eases .r
uean IIr aweef usa.eha i tosktog for dM ....... The Trlanaaaees.d.d innber it he search "
I to recovering apace fIf t 'lad eayaer tube.g and etheratoeaa ,VKhto eight bars after the Mtoar first towered Ka casaersa en:-:;
wish nirtrsr toad to the ".,.., Bat till sub wreeka0s fmii Tl to search f- tile -*..... II bid ifrlnii ilnHiajsalii ifOka _
-'a Y s.f4l 'ti wae aet .beatod sad att area of the atoktog nor aever,....." wreckage The tVee-men crew to the Tine swaosded anVseejwnOy :- i 1
s e'u rMatetv'D9u ........... to spotting some of the wreckage but SeW pbatag. epee jopest
13EClWN o1 ?Iwa g.iN Fm K1Aw 11CQACSA Jn retornlaf. Ma sommar. SM Rosy, ....... a widespread were reportedly of fnauty.


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PEOPLE' in the NEWS 'Project More AboutShine

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Cheer' In

Briefly \ From Page 1 r-' 4
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Need of Help f I '

.. the still site, hidden deep In a .liam V. Eddy of the beverage .",,.

An appeal Is being made to heavily wooded area about department. ..: ." .;
Individuals, civic groups and nine miles north of Alachua While Reynolds was being ..lfMV." ;

businesses to take part in ,near the Santa Fa River Ranch. taken Into custody, other Ji "1' .. ,\L' "

"Project Cheer," sponsored by Agents placed cameras and agents, assisted by sheriff's "" 'i ., ;. : !

the Alachua County Mental I microphones In trees (one camera deputies, were rounding up L.. ... .; ..
Health Assn. to gather gifts : was disguised as a squir Thomas and Dice. Thomas was .
and money for patients In state rel's nest) and constructed special arrested driving his truck along ,
mental hospitals. : truck bodies which concealed State Road 232. Dice was aceprehended 1

More than 10,000 persons are :, cameras and listening de at his home.
patients In the hospitals and vices. A search of Thomas' farm uncovered f'
they appreciate knowing they Prior to the raid, agents and I 180 pounds of sugar and

are not forgotten said Sidney .deputies met In a vacant field four 2 pound cans of yeast I/
Martin, association president 1 about five miles west of the still: Agents also impounded three "

Being remembered, especially site. Then e team of II moved' cars and two trucks found on

at Christmas, can be an important In on the. operators. the premises.
erwi step on the road to recovery Reynolds wu arrested at the The still site returned ISO
for someone who Is mentally still site after attempting to ... gallons of moonshine, turned out
111 or disturbed Martin cape. His flight' brought! him by two stills described by one
within a few feet of guest "raid agent as "the neatest I've ever
said.Gifts should be wrapped and er." Gov. Farrla Bryant and seen." The stills were dynamited

tagged as to the contents. They Richard Keatln,. State Beverage later Thursday afternoon.

can be left at the collection center Director, who viewed the The governor visited the

221 SW 10th St. from 12.30: strike after landing the gover Thomas farm, viewed the haul, CofC Hosts Official
to 4:JO p.m. weekdays. nor's plane on Interstate 75. I greeted all beverage agents

Larger groups could provide A beverage department plane and even the handcuffed: Thomas
much appreciated gifts such! flew over the scene, relayingand and Dice, then departed in US. Chamber of Commerce Vice President Henry Coleman, center, was guest

l as television sets record pl.y.1 receiving Information from his plane from Gainesville Airport speaker Thursday night at the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce annual ban-

ers, athletic equipment shavers ground forces headed by Wil net CofC President BIO Combe, right, and William Fifield, talk with the Day.

and the like. tons Beach banker. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis.)

Persons who do not have\ More
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tune to shop might want to
,} 3{ f4 N cent of which AboutHilda Band I AboutCofC
) give money, every I Trip "J
will be used to buy gifts, Martin ,
said. No money will be us

ed for expenses, and all will go I From Page 1 To Game Is From 1 i I
t r, for the purchase of gifts, or I

\ can be enclosed with a card, north it about miles. where Hilda's mil
seven near -
pei eye Off
Called Smith J. Pierce Smith and Solutions recommended by
Oh, My Teeth! \ "\ and given at the to patients hospital for canteen purchases hour. declined to say If the vessel we) Frank Watson. the Daytona Beach banker Included
nearest of land to In distress
The point
Hilda cheated the Speaker for the banquet, encouraging business
Mrs. Helen Carson is chairrman Hurricane
I You might be yelling too, had you been born with I of the mental health committee Hilda was Marsh Island, a wildlife The Weather Bureau sale ,University of Florida band out which wu held at the University leaders to support capitalismand

, :two husky teeth, aa wu three-week-old Tammy Lynn I i refuge some 200 miles north coastal tides from Calveston,, 'of a trip to New Orleans. of Florida Student Service taking an Interest in poll
:Cuj'. daughter of Mr. and Mr*. S. E. Cuh, sill SE 1 for Project Cheer. Lists of the hurricane's eyeths Tex., to MobUe Ala., would I Director of Bands Richard: Center, was U. S. Chamber tics.
jInk Art. Tammy Lynn let out a lusty yell Just at 1 1I of needed gifts are available calm center which spins out reach five feet by sunrise' with Bowles said this morning the of Commerce Vice President "Dont be afraid to criticizethe

I Sun Photographer Eddie Davis snapped his camera from the association. furious winds. higher tides at Hilda moved trip was cancelled late Thursday Henry Coleman of Daytona do-gooders and the. liberals

, hotter. The Weather Bureau forecasters closer to shore. I after he conferred with Beach. who would have our people believe
:. More About said Hilda was still too far I "Hilda baa the potential it meteorologists at meson Airport Warning the audience of In that we can spend ourselves .

HAIR offshore to predict where she produce tides of 12 feet Tbs in Jacksonville. creulnllO"rnment centralization rich," Coleman ...id.I .

r HAIR, \ would strike the coast storm Is too far from the coal "They were most dismal In and diminishing states' I "T h. businessman can no

ieVXmVmy Chenevlxo Track, Bills Remembering killer hurricanes to make detailed wind and lids their forecast." Bowles ssld. rights, he urged businessmen longer take the attitude thai

headmaster( of Eton School of the past, thousands fled forecasts at the present time;" The 121 band members to take an active Interest In he cannot afford to go Into pol

S j >. Incubator of British prints their homes, leaving virtual the Weather Bureall.ald.Hurrleanelorce planned to lave by buses after politics. Itics. Actually, he can no longer '

ministers, says adults shoukStop v From 1 ghost towns behind them. | winds 71 completing their classes "The problems of the government afford not to get into poll.
heckling, boys who weartheir Page The thriving. seaport of MOTgsn ...p.b. or higher extended out today. are our problems and I tics."

hair to long they lookike For all that had remained of City -ehor+bssed headquarters N miles from Hilda' cents: Another group, the G.1nQ. we must help C in their solution I Th. CofC official termed the

> girl" ,. Senate Republican Leader Everett for much of the billion with gale winds between 20 and vllle Quarterback Club, defied ," Coleman said. I.Chamber of Commerce "tht
ta 74 m ph. 200 miles to tblltOt'th Ht criticized the increasing last bulwark of democracy,"
I II 'Not all long-haired men are I! M. Dlrksen's proposal to dollar oil drilling operations the Loubiana-bound storm this
ifemlnate," ChenevisTrench : delay for at least a year action the Gulf- was almost deserted and east and 100 miles to tbi morning, and left for Imeton cost of government unnecessary citing its non partisan nature"We

told""jconference of teachers'Lrod.y. on the Supreme Court's decision Many commercial shrimp boats southwest of the eye. AIrport. government spending, government I have no specific ax te
should not Residents of Texas coastal "business type" grind," Coleman explained
"Teachers that both houses of state legislatures call Morgan City which has a 70 members will fly
oBJfcTTft changes In fashion Just be apportioned purely on population of 14,000 their home areas, uncertain where Hlldi About from enterprises competing with private "The Chamber, from the local
they dislike them." would hit poised to flea thou to the game together enterprise and pressureson level through the national level
Because population was a mild "sense of I.Jacksonville\ and about 28 members I
jyoT Congress" declaration which port.A 23-mile long stretch In the I homes. will Join the group to officials from various organizattont. rhhtfully" Is the voice- of bus.
would not have been binding. western section of St Mary At Beaumont Tex., Sheriff 11 Baton Rouge Saturday for the iness.

) Orchestra leader George Uh district parish was ordered evacuated E. Culbertson said 408 person Florida LSV football games
It to allow
.'. fourth wife Joan oh- was designed and school buses were put intoservice would be evacuated from Sable
courts, In their discretion, Pan starting at 7 ajn., to .
divorce after testifying to shuttle evacuees ftOpelouaas prevent
dined a
disenchanted [to ((1)) permit state legislaturesup M miles to flood tides from cutting oft PushNPower < bttuarie J
became nearly
:: D-Arhu They
.... Carl Hayden, to six. months to reapportion flew roads to the interior.
fronMhe beginning to discover the north. The Red cross
who has rcpretcated and the next election
((2)) permit Culbertson sent his deputies
tfiaOe,had married a family slice II became a In 10,000 cote to Opelousas hi
Coagress benefits for retired *
fistead of a fan club." slate .tat 1IU, celebrates his persons the hurricane refugees.Hospitals and civil defense workers front REVEREND I Wm. ANDERSON
conducted on the basis of state
17th birthday today. Hayes, In the Morgan City. door to door during the nigh THOMAS HAYDEN I William Bdion Anderson, 59,
laws In effect Sept. M.
advising Sabine Past resident
;who servo* first. II the Mesas Franklin area sent their pa O Vt IB far' Etmra- Rev Thomas J. Hayden, 41, a retired Koppers Co. yard
before being elected to the Now even this watered-down Heals to Lafayette and Baton to be ready to move at daybreak Chi of rural Gainesville, died Thursday foreman, died at his home in
to evacuation centers in HONG KONC-Communlst
Senate In Ml, Is the Sen.ale's proposal appears dead. Roup. at his home. Otter Creek Wednesday, apparently .
eldest member sad Its Civil' Defense authorities said schools at Beaumont Nederland na has pressed forward with He was a Baptist minister and, from a heart attack.,
Whatever faint hopes admin City was and Port Arthur.At high priority nuclear and missile I Anderson, who lived In Otter
president are tempore, In that U.S. N west Morgan was born In North Carolina. I
post, be stands second .hi line. istration forces bad that the covered by rising tides. Cameron In the southwest development programs despite Survivors include his widow I Creek eight )ears, was a nativeof

of succession. to the preside* plan to enact health care for the Rain-flick highways leading corner of Louisiana their heavy dram on the court Mrs. Muriel Hayden; and i., Sumter S. C., and a member -
aged would be approved by thisCongress Parish area most residents were gone long scientific and .Industrial .1 of of (the Oak Park Baptist
heated. Roost Speaker out of the St Mary try's meager sister, Mrs. Pearl Mann
John were all but extinguished before Sheriff 0. B. Carter ordered toreliable Church.
automobiles according
W. McCermaek, D- were clogged with resources Raleigh, N. C.JAMEA I
Mass. Thursday when a conference The Morgan City Dally Review complete evacuation. reports received hen. Surviving are his widow, Es-
committee that has publication for thefirst "Come hell or high water,, HARRISON then Irene Anderson threedsughten.

TRY AGAIN been trying to work out a com- time skipped In M years. there will never be another Beat scientific brains aDd TRENTON James Frank I Mrs. Joyce: A. Pepi .

prwilat bill broke up in stalemate boarded the Hurricane Audrey," said ablest graduates of technical Un Harrison, 20, died Wednesday .,pel, Gainesville Mrs.
up I i Dorothy
Brttlnh'actress Olyals Johns; Store owners
Durls 14 Cameron been assigned received In
establishments.Some George a Institutions have from Injuries A. Meeler Jacksonville and
Arnold fronts of their ,
40 and author Elliott ,
fanner. that were crippledla automobile accident on the<
41, were married Thursday.It The chairman, Rep. Wilbur D. used masking tape to to programs withdrawal of an south of Gaines Mrs. Lois A. Bashaw Live I
windows, making Durls of 1960 by the Archer Oak; a ion, William P. Anderson .
was the fourth for each Mllla, D-Ark., scheduled another crisscross their was one thousands of aid. I
session today But Mllla and them resemble giant spider- Cameron parish folks trappedby Soviet vllle. Gainesville; and seven

PAYOFF oilier House conferees areadamantly webs. the high waters pushed This diversion of trained He was born May M, lIlt, grandchildren.

opposed to the pro Many sports events were can ashore by Hurricane Audrey In manpower has slowed the In Wildwood. Fla., and was I I

A $2,6M,000 wit by'acitor gram. celed. the. predawn hours of June 27, growth of other Industry. Nuclear lifetime resident of Trenton. Nun Enjoys
reer-yearld. John Mnafrith William Beadle against the Col- Hurricane warning flags were 1.,. and missile programs
charms small herd umbla Broadcasting System has The proposal for hospitalisetloa Survivors Include his parents
a hoisted all along the. Louisiana Durls survived but more than absorbed sorely needed
if awes sad a large enwdtf been settled out of court for a benefits for persons retired coast west ef the mouth of thedisaiulppl 100 of his friends and neighbors have metals and other Industrial Mr and Mrs- Frank Harrison Council Meet

humans at be wee the "very substantial" sum, says under Social Security was added River, A hurricane perished. Imported withPeking's Trenton seven brothers, an oj
i4 bag-canine championship. his lawyer. The wit charged by IN Senate to a House-passed extended eastward to products purchased convertible Trenton, Paul Frank Jr. Water VATICAN CITY AP) Sister -

0 IhaUs Alleles Cell t y breach of contract on the blU Increasing the baste. Social: watch and westward toGalveston.Tex. "All you have to do now Is limited Jess, John Wesley, Jimmy Mary Luke, only American
realTt TiM !066 V0y ......y ground that CBS signed Bendli Security retirement Mobile Ala. mention the word hurricane foreign exchange. and Don; seven sisters. Mrs among the IS Roman Catholic
.old television series and then and these people start packing Junette. Mild women named as observers for
king edged aa 1Fy e a r for a Coast Guard here believe that top Roberto Newb1.
woman fer the Nile. Junked the show. It appeared likely the committee The New Orleans froma up" Durls said in the safety of Analysts maintained for nuclear red, Betty, Beatrice and Janici the Vatican Ecumenical: Council -
will be asked to drop the said It had sketchy reports a Lake Charles hotel lobby, 30 priority Is Harrison, all of Trenton, ai has attended her first session
health. plan (for this year and ship J4I miles southwest of lIIe< miles north of Cameron. and missile programs desire to Mrs. Geraldine Barrlnger, Way of the meeting.

work out a compromise between Louisiana Coast or some Schools in the Louisiana more by the ''chula. I "It wu a Joy," said Sister

the House Kale of retirement More About coastal regions were closed Impress underdeveloped countries Mary Luke after the session. "It

benefits and the. higher OM today and Nicholls State College of Asia, Africa and Latin was a wonderful experience to

voted by the Senate. Thes* at Thibodani suspended classes. America than any expectation Not 'Retired'From meet so many bishops, theologians
could go Into effect before the It was the same story aO ef becoming a first clan military and others connected with

end ef the year. DockFrom along the Louisiana coast power during this decade. CampaignCREELEY the counefl. I have heard so

Johnson -- much about them' I want to
The second major
th11.01bUllon Weather : Colo. (AP) Ed meet as many ta possible."
still -
propose pending RoundupS
1 Sister Luke M Is superiorgeneral
Senate-passed bill Page C. Johnson Is back on the campalgn Mary ,
trail II years after hi ) 01 the Sisters of
la rehabilitate the Appatechla
is victim of absen- front as word of the court order retired from the VS. Senate. Our Lady of Lento Nerinx Ky.
area a e...>3.
...... 'I I got around. The 10-year-old patriarch 01

I Bryan's order restraining SZ the Colorado Democratic part]'
Beat the OddsThe Administration forces are Judge made his comeback: Thursday
the strike Is good to FUNERAL
reluctant to put the controversial I with a speech ta support of Rep
odds art prttty high on triplets reaching measure to a House vole, 10 days. Bryan scheduled zones Wayne N. Aspmall for r..etc

college together even greater when they art or without some certainty that: heart* for next Thursday w s S c...__ c___ .r/w Uon. AspinaU Is being challenged NOTICES
ph..... But Toddle, Freddie and Eddie Duke art en- enough of their troops are on I the government's request for ,I Mm WCMMMIU w.. ........ .. by Republican I4RtLuaJD.
rolled as freshmen at Abilene ChrlatUn College The hand to It preliminary Injunction orderlni nth Mnl. M lie mtt Hi.hr ear
pass -- 5. .... ew......n i. aaeesnuee ML MtUMI OIITON.'t. .
boys attended Medina (Texas) Home a church supported an *May eoollng-off perked It n II ..1M Fe.P. Pw..a ....-.., M aeonAMno.w .
orphanage. More AboutWeather under the Tan-Hartley Act ThM < C E F H I Partly cloudy Johnson also Is a former governor _M Mee L M wed.:r M ...Kw .
days .presumably would .In. tonight and Saturday with ef Colorado.Stern l..r.era'OW 1eissola

Samoa 'NeedsIndependence elude the .time starting at I I.I some keel mostly afternoon ...-.. e--.-aaw on ..w....m.....w'as. ..
Resigns o'clock Thursday' night showers. Low tonight m the I IMtee w w e.-.wso c.... ,
I 70s. High Saturday a to 12. Off-Key
Plan Board If no agreement b reached bj
I Southeasterly winds I to IS GaIMnllle S.
From Page 1 the end of 00 days, the tag miles an !hour In AnchorageANCHORAGE.
shoremen will be legally free fc ..
: 0 0 J NfW cMMtr taW M
Businessman Joe SUvermanbu ....... ... wnM
-A U.N. subcommittee says the la expecting only the fringes of resume the strike. .. -. Alaska (AP) mMM
aubmltted a letter of resignation ... ..-ur.o t.. N.Met. s.ew... .... -
l'' United States to movtag Amencaa the raging hurricane. N Oe K.... me soo .,11CWNImIJa The sound ef eta key violin ...... Ie N -
from the City Plan said the order .. .. .. .
(Western) Samoa too slowly He also said Baton Rouge Judge Bryan war-- -. playkn. Is pretty terrible eves MM MMaeM aM Ctsr 6.wwYlwtdilortds.51ZN
Board to Plan Board Chairman toward self-government and in has received no rain duringthe was naeiesnry to remove c ...... awls ....... I. wamD ban the kaetrement Is /Lpen ,
Arnold Butt health and .... .. eeowre ..
dependence. It urged Immediate. past 91 hours and the field peril to the national .b.......sea. -a A..N. ......r-.rte..... .. Muatdpel Akftrt iwadmgs Isaac.SI ra.The .main elMe.eM as ate Pea 0fIIIe .
SUverman said business pressures -steps to speed up the process.The I la ka perfect condition. safety" .... -.. Jar M BOSCT to I .... today: ......... .......
"necessitated his resignation. The Associated: Press In Mi- w-M IKAU asawrawnNor nAt Be.. slellpmatvNetT star Min came uses
report to the General Asmmby's The peril halved many. CU&A1IOIf I'f
...... aD
eat reported that the TulaneDesks -- am em Stem, here tor a concert recently .
Butt forwarded copies of the Hoatkn special committee scheduled for Satarday A neajBtlattona deadlock eveithreatoned anise =.- 3; :m em asmtoeaiai..a met Lee Wipes. 7. AaSkam AI
letter to City Manager Bill on coVmlallam was game mm ef free ..reaglautomaton ousse .. ........alb osMl sow ...
and, afternoon .m New Orleans ,-.. ...-.. "" --.. .. .. M.. ..... ..... ....... 1M ..
adopted two weeks 1wset.i
ago and
Green and Planning Director baa been cancelled and ) II the leading w -VT-1 so/se w ... .... \ hewed their way Me.sgl M' egad ........ eases
David Godacbalk.: madtpahlk. Wednesday.The I thai there Is a of ankMdtog of earoa wee erne* .".rod M O.l.a.n. : a me ,..... Ham asked far "
poeslbnity It MM ........ '. 0 .HkMIM : aa =: :::: ..
The letter is expected to be subcommittee concluded I cancellation of the Florida factor leadhkf to She stole TVemployers v .. u-Mi. e> e: M- i .. ... l trerr.

referred to the City Commitstover that the Vailed States had takta' LSO game. seek to redact me II Rceowa saw vines i AI .nest'a Isr aete. = ash

action at Monday "Insufficient meant.w" toward The Florida team planned to man WIlt Soap by at keelthree. .. ..... : '- = .. .. ::

tufhta ....... Plan. heard government and mdepenoVenco assemble at 1 p m. May and They seated eedwocarge .,._oe.ne neenwk Stera said. the concert. I Ie fads t Ha

mellfllMrs art apfclnM' hy the for the Smith! Polite to- leave Gainesville\ by pl* e for haesllas. tnelse* JIatIIJ .II.. _.. L". .-.M-Me.Lrw c.- M r lifetime. desire ,."play my aeir+r. w
Mdle at
mttahti {aad1.Wr Now Orleans. the ait. e aVP anon mm.W aO the states, ,

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.. ... Friday. ,October 2. IW Gaeesvilli"Sus') S'1 I
j .
\ ",

.. 't'" "' Raid Had Lighter Moments I IB

.. '

.Ii" ': >BILL BAGERSui Thomas, suspected head of the t Weary agents, most of whom
Staff Writer moonshine ring Thomas himself ,
hadn't eaten for 11 hours were
I All was not grim and IOmberduri" proved a comedian and I
Thursday A lac bus genial host. Invited to have a "drink". by
County moonshine crackdown Thomas. The drink was VSO.

Law officers, after staging i but Thomas didn't included
, x successful raid, showed t I..yare UF StudentsGo In his Invitation. "I'll give yng-t

masters of humor M well for LBJ drink, but m vittles," he.TMM
; i as crime detection.The .
I ;r: And HaydonLyndon Gov. Bryant and ThomaQB-: !
mood Cov.
light captured
aged[ In a bit of snappQE-
'.. Farris' Bryant as well, and Johnson and panics the
,. iR' Haydon as governor waQII-
'' even the suspected moonsh I n i
Bums elected .
f were Thursday.University parting. "Come back and wg
.. w Y is
; operators In high spirits.
were of Florida students us again sometime govenwrjf

Alachua County Sheriff Joe put the two Democrats In the Thomas called.. "I hope.tort
s Crevasse touched off a series of winner's circle in'a straw vote under more pleasant ci,...
humorous after taken on although
episodes soon campus T
stances, Bryant replied.
h. arrived at the seen Spying Burns only mustered a W-vote r -
: the governor Crevasse margin, over GOP.contender Seizure of some 2,000 poundsof

shouted "Are these your stills Charles Holley. sugar in the raid was a welcome -

s. governor?" Bryant smiled, butdidl't The LBJ-Humphrey team site to Sheriff Crevaaee, .

*' .. ".. .. answer.Newsmen I swept over the Coldwater-Mil-whose department will benefit t

Agent Tackles'Moonshiner at the seem were' ler ticket by nearly MO votes from Its tae "You can say.I'm I
.:. momentarily shocked when. The vote was Johnaon Hum- real happy to get It," bo. laid
.... Still operator Marie Reynolds of Jacksonville tried Cov. Bryant approached one phrey,. 2S7S to 2,090 for Gold- gleefully.On -

'\:. to elude raiding; State Beverage Agents In a raid of the handcuffed moonshiners, water Miller.
,,. near Santa Fe Thursday afternoon. A flying tackle shook his hand and congratulated Burns defeated Holley U91to the serious side relaUonsTdi-beverage
.... .r by a determined agent stopped the escape plans, him for his efforts. They did 1130. rector department Duke Newcomb public Indicated
.' resulting In 11 arrests In moonshine activities Inn a double take a fair minutes later There were two write-In votes Thunday
five-county area. Including Alachua. Bradford when the "moonshiner" was for. Robert King High. II the. operation of broken
Is capable producing 31,000
I Duval and two other counties revealed as beverage agent
L I The sample vote was Included week
of moonshine
Bob Olander, who had been per
planted in the Illicit liquor Industry In the student body's election He said sale of the total weekly
that I n c Iud.d 30 Legislative production would cost the state
to gather information.
; In The 2 Students Council teats and four Honor and federal government about

a I II Later, at the farm of Major Court amendments (_,OlIO a year in taxes.

t I Suspended Fire Prevention Week PROPANEUP

CapitolWASHINGTON I For RuckusTwo

Bryant, the Beverage Agent (AP) Employment University of florida Under Way Here SundayFire I Guts

Governor Farris Bryant played the part of a beverage agent IB a moonshine and unemployment students who were arrested durng Prevention Week In newed notices. I HOTTIR THAN
raid aaar Santa Fe Thursday. He ud Beverage Director Richard Keating, In both showed expected, seasonal a post football game me- Gainesville, starting Sunday" Working with Dobson on there NATURAL OAS ,.
coveralls next to the governor, landed their plane on 1-75 northwest of GainesTffle declines In September as ape lee last Saturday night have was proclaimed today by Mayor prevention committee tor Cook fr Heat Wafer
1.7 million teenagers
to watch agents destroy the Alachua County operation. proximately been suspended by UF. Howard T. McKimey. who the Gainesville Association of
left to return 10
school Jobs Two others have been placed said there is a need for renewed Insurance Agents are Howard 3. Low Cost ",
on probation. concern for fire safety. dams and William H. Faulk. of
Dances at Youth CentersTo The unemployment rate for Eight students all were arrested "I urge all citizens of the dry odge Faulk Insurance Agen- FR 6-5110
the month J2 per cent wa after about 1.200 students to participate In fire prevention C). .
slightly Usher than August's\ 1.1 got Into a melee shortly activities making special: ef- J
per cent but below the 55 percent after the broadcast of the fort to check their own premises
This : registered last September. game which Florida won for fire hazards," McKinney Attention Livestock Producer.'
Begin SaturdaySenior Employment stood at 70' wss finished. said.

million, compared with 72.1 In Several bonfires wer*' lit i During the week. Galneivlllo

High Youth dub programs 2. Not indulge in profanity, 12th) In the county; August and WJ million last and some false. fire alarms were Fire Chief L Claude Nicholson N VM ...* tees M .....* oesell

will open Saturday night gambling, loitering or unseemly 1. A boy or:.girl through It September. rung. Traffic: was blocked, and and other officials, working with MW w to the towN eU MhM i

when two dance bands hay conduct at any time on the years of ace may attend even Unemployment was 33 mU- a large trailer truck forced a committee of insurance agents ....... see et Me ...... It ,
been scheduled to play for dancing grounds of the center. though be or she .Is not attending lion down 350,000 from August. open and Items taken.25 Gainesville headed by Tom Dobson will c... bout Cni.Mf tutCOPILAND .
,.Ray Massey city recre 3. Be responsible for all property school and down 200,000 from last Sep. Campus police, visit schools and homes to put
lion( director announced today of the center., I tember. wsa the lowest September officers and highway patrol across the fire prevention net- live Mao ae eppeo..1Iy Os i
2. U over 11, they must be In troopers finally dispersed the bey peer .uv.amok:
Youth Club members will 4. Take turns in the use of unemployment total sage.
high school and this age Is not mob.
hear the ,"Zodiacs" play at the any center equipment. i to exceed 20 since 1851. The week's program, as outlined -
yean Charles B. CaUlina. 21. Fort
Recreation Center ill NE Second S. Not drink or possess alcoholic .The Job figures, given at the by Nicholson and Dobson, OFFERS YOU 7
3. Anyone who falls In the Lauderdale, charged by the city
the t
Avenue, and "Drops of beverages on premUes Labor Department's regular II: '.
Joy" will play for the Soc i lal 1 of the center nor shall I first and second categories may monthly briefing Thursday, aIM with resisting arrest and disorderly Visits to schools by fire 4 RIG ADVANTAGES! j
Club at the Community Center, drink elsewhere before coming receive a membership card upon last to be .Issued before the conduct was suspended inspectors who win talk to I
924 NW First Street Both cen- to the center. request if be or she has previously Jov. 1 presidential election. The automatically for violation of school children. Safety materlIs 1. COIN market ovary ".y. i'I
ters will be open from I to 11:30 Any violation of these rules 1 been a member of a next figures are due Nov. 8. academic probation. Probation .. will be distributed to school 2. No c..I.S. .' :
shall result In the suspension or club at the center to which. they conditions required that he not children. ::: ;
pm.Msssey revocation of Parents are applying. become Involved In any disciplinary homes Special conslehMHoH gIves to litoat typo heft,
'said Mrs.; Carolyn membership. WASHINGTON (AP) Preliminary Inspections for for *
Kaesua youth director will will be notified. Remember 4. In the event he or she has test pictures 'relayed Edward action Donald: MacKay 22. fire hazards for .koreeowaen' 4. Coo furnish ......... fer syffWent sjtMntMen.CALL ..;:
bead the staff at the Recreation your card is not transferable never been a member of a teen from Japan by the Syncora J I and residents who Invite tnopee-
arrested the for
by city
Center along.with Mn. Mabe group at that center, they may communications: satellite have Miami lions This. service. is available 442r101lit
Bryant, Ed McClellan: and three A member cannot belong to make application and they will boosted hopes for good U.eceptlot conduct resisting arrest suspended and disorderly Indefl- yesr-round. COLLECT> !
than Youth Club be notified within n week of
under his direction mor one sponsored for television shots of -Open house at the city'sthree .
parents by the Recreation Depart their acceptance, he/ Games, which nitely. fire stations, at m g.Main "
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett Olympic openIn Carl Hartley, II, Coral Gales CUUDI PHILLIPS .'PSMTON'NORMAN
ment and the This Is done to rorder check:
will assist with the and following grade to Tokyo next week. St., 121 NW 10th St. and
with .
handle concessions.At and age group can qualify for out age, grade residence and The satellite Is hovering over charged disorderly '$it NE Waldo Rd.UM YSICNCopiland
the Community Center, membership if they are rest to familiarize them with rules, the Pacific Ocean and la 22,300 4 conduct, wss placed on disc of potters for display
Harold Meets, Negro supervisor .-dents of Alachua County and attend policies and. the program offer miles In space. I linary probation until Dae. 22, I throughout the city to remind

or, be in charge assistedby high school ((10th llth, A ed.Rewiring'. Information Director Matthew I J MS.George Bruce Mitchell 21.I I residents. to be fire prevention-

Rowena Greene Activities Gordon of the Communications: West Palm Beach, charged with I Inded.Enclosure 1.
John Dukes from Satellite Corporation said : of safety renders
Director dieting a city ordinance -
transmission prohibiting I to Insurance UUSAOI COMPANY A AUCHUA, 'a.OIl
Lincoln High School and three Thursday the test possession of alcbollc policyholders
May performance was "very good' t who an bong sent re .
beverage on a public street,
stated the following considering Syncom was not i
Massey .as placed on conduct probation
rules will be carried out at both originally designed for televi- I until April 23. 1....

centers L No:one will be admitted to Help ParaplegicSALT sloe COMSAT relay. promised even better FOR MORE FUN FOR!YOUR ,TV DOLLAI

for the Informal Skin DiseaseAt
the dance after LM p.m.' pictures

1 Members leaving the dance LAKE CITY Utah (AP). aged and the nerve connections Inauguration on Tuesday of the Ft. TV
cannot return that evening. trans-Pacific television space: Myers SEE COUCH'S FOR ZENITH
1 There will be no cutting to A neurosurgeon at the University are cut off between the brain link, with the Installation of
during a dance., of Utah College of lIedJ.1 and the lower pert of the body. highly rtf Ined specialised equip ATLANTA (APA case of _
cine Is "r. ment flown from Tokyo to this skin ailment which: caused hundreds -
These rules are In addition to working on a new That can happen to a
membership person country with a team of Japanese of persons at Fort Myers, ''
those listed on wiring" technique that may of In a car or industrial accident. *
engineers. Fto. to get smallpn vaccinations .
cards,LObey* immediately without far hope to the paraplegic. He .at down paralyzed from movement the shoulder earlier this week: probably AS LOW ASPerformance 1299S I .
protest the wishes and tostnw I Dr. Theodore S. Roberts. Is, feeling In Us legs. WASHINGTON (AP) ...- Is a skin disuse, according to
lions of the/ person to charge. cautious ,when be talks abou I prone Court Justice Arthur J. a U. S. Communicable Disease
the results. Dr. Roberts, s University of Goldberg says be encounter ,Center report
Wisconsin graduate takes the no antt-Amerlcan sentiment An early diagnosis Indicatedthe Assured by Couch'sOwn .::

Our Considerably more work mUtt nerves running along the ribs- during a 2Msy trip around toe disease was smallpox, but Service' 4
be done to develop and provethe the Intercostal serves that world. the CDC said Thursday It Is Quality Ztnith Dtp ..:
SpecialtyWARMTH technique, he said m an interview are above the damaged spot I Goldberg along with Mrs. .'not smallpox but probably to -
"but I think we haveto and ties them up with the Inter-'Goldberg visited Italy India, 'dermatitis, an eruption of the "Atk Your friends. or Neighbor.. =
it keep working away at to- contain below till damaged spot Ceylon. Malaysia. Hong Kong siesta
roving our treatment of and Japan. He met with newsmen Concern was raised when a t* OPIN TONIGHT TIL 9 :;
IOU peralyied by,splnal cord l These Intercostal: nerves Thursday In his chambers: became 10
year-old yardman
off from the cord litre. : = j jWAYS"
... branching and the case WM diagnosed clio SOS N. "IUY f

The acting division chairman of of the.I thus are, I to given pert the the role function of replacing of I Hunt Killers :smallpox:alry as has smaDpos.been reported No case of to MAIN ST. 5COUCH'S f f
eofleaVs asurosurgery
the nerve fibers which run down
I 111orlda since INS
WITHOUTWORRY works mostly sob cats;, the coriMho ones which have ACAPULCO, Mexico (AT) -
where the spinal. cord dam- been cut off. Police are bunting shufflers

who escaped front the prison toArcelma
Dr. Roberta tried this on a
Cedar KeyBaptista human patient who" had been sear Acapulco, after a
riot to which a police major was
paralysed by accident sron' ?
1'killed red n policeman and two Ww7
Call rears before and said the patient ;
wfOOOodf. +
We .h*. (taught of (owywUng told Urn hi Is sow able to h pTWMlCiTS WW9 i rAn
to eau.e you of imhttwnipMd hwtlng. com and move them better. when several convicts: : attacked
fort M .,... pos 'bee COBff. and disarmed guards Police
"....'. bCOKM every ..- CEDAR KEY The tong e Dr. Roberta said the "necessarily .. rssasereanients ejuaflad tile rioting
Hon let yew gallon of are first Baptist Is after an euaenge of shots. amazing assortment of the
fort iced pests rt mind l 4 Church Cedar Key has called that tide tacbntq. .I Tha "r. erwhe escaped
kxlwM In eve WofthdotYew the Reverend Junto Shsstoaef baa. beta at least partially suecessfuL were serving terms fer home freshest, most delicious con- 0
S v+u. WOttston Is be their pastor I .cide. 1
dies fresh from the) kitchen '
I Rev. Action was vWungdntotor

FULL Setvice at .Ota Cedar Kay Parents Back To School' to you '

Fad Ds.l.vGEORGE dardI several asses letautri.Be I GMW.oranw
was called by the congregation
E. to flB the vacancy and Planned For GHS
Night '
and ScaturclavUOOke'g
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DAVIS Jit Bev. and Mrs Button have GesMsvule High fcftosTs to bring1 their cII d". class "
rwacsdomSkJe. Sharon and first annual -Back so acwseTsegtt schedaJs far periods 14. -- Free' favors for all. .
SUUKAMT Mira IteeaaMraa an at- tar paresas. snl bo heM Another "Beck to aVtoeT
205 N.I. tai SX tars. asso. II II ..s r Monday at I p.a. to ON schoolTeachers nmlght II ........ i.1ltbem.
.. -a- tit. ...... ......... ear 2. whan parents .. hear

f tltsts bett>I9 '..e" ....... fu person I. J ad K teachers his- ..... 4, t. and COpptrtt_ Canbie* : ;

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THESOUTH I Backlash -

r, JOHN .. N'IIIIIOII, Pn.i..A ..d
hMMim MT tOWllfc Vlel'''''. Big Impact? -
I. ...., 10 MNNION VIM .........
... iMtMlM ..,."' w. .. (Ml)
..... .... w
Mrtlttit" OMCMTI Ml "'TA.UON', h0..r rnM ....... P.00.M.
VKt p..._ ... circuuM"s M..._. OeN '........ C o.. -...... WASHINGTON Efforts are being made by many Demo-
J ,crane leaden to play down the "civil rights" Issue In the

) THE SUN'S POLICY Booth i campaign and to minimize the Importance of the so-called:
5 "backlash" vote It la
1. Report" rows fully and Impartially 'In the news columni. : ion significant however that public-opin
2. Exprwi the opinion ef the Sun In-but only 'In- ..ditonali" polls now are beginning to take cognizance of a growing
3. Publish oil aids of Important controvanlal" luuti. Oswald unrest among voters on the subject of racial riots and crime"Thus.
Louis Harris, a veteran pollster gives J In "The Wash
The Sun'g telephones: All departments 378-1411 button Post" the results of Us latest survey across the na
lion: '
In ,
HistoryBy "Anxiety among white Americana over the race issue la

FBI of Riots rising J In I Intensity. Coupled with this concern Is an Increase
RALPH McGILL In worry about safety on the streets, which many people now
On that fateful and fearful % 1 : relate to Negro outbreak J In northern cities this past summer.
\ A number of Known belonging to
j warning signals to agitators night of April 1865 when Abraham "Together, these are no twin-sleeper Issues entirely capable

communities throughout the nation these and other groups of revolution- Lincoln was shot by John of altering the remarkable 61-37 per cent standing of

t, have been raised by the Federal aries were found to have encouraged Wilkes Booth, the guard at the !. water.President Johnson In his race against Senator Barry Gold-
door had gone to an adjoining '
Bureau of Investigation In its study attacks on the police once the trouble 'A'v
: saloon for a drink. w," xAwla The citizens were polled In different sections of the country

.of riots that took place in a number had started. The guard, John F. Parker on "the extent to which people feel the pace of civil rights

., of Eastern cities during July, August was a shiftless, unreliable progress la too fast, their opposition to the civil rights bill,
of the Harlem member of the Washington and their worry about violence on the streets." Those who
Prior to the start expressed
and early September. Among City police. He was a "CLAIM JUMPER! concern on all three counts were placed in a "Man
them are: riot and the Philadelphia riot it was drunk. He had been arrestedfor backlash" category. Mr. Harris says:

: 1 found that there had been efforts a number of minor i DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS sure sign of the In
crimes. In the dreadful days
The need for careful police to Incite Negroes to take violent ac after the assassination there intensity of feelings

planning and training for dealing tion. A former Communist official was wonder that a man of Issues is the fact
the number of people In
I and member of a Communist front such poor background and No Final high
| with these outbreaks. with to bad a record was category alone has

organization (Progressive Labor ever selected as a presidential la a month's time.

Recognition that they can be Movement) was identified with these bodyguard. It was, like- of this is a reflection of

ly, a favor done far down tile By WALTER LIPPMANNWhat don there Is no ground o n port that growing lumber of peo
rather than organizedand
spontaneous efforts. But no organized planningor think that the of
line of for pace
authority someone kind of
opinion, I ask shild
planned. action by; these groups was un- who knew Parker and asked which any contemporary was rights is too fast.
I myself am I able and entitled man, here or abroad, should etrated."
covered. Individuals that he be given a chancefor to have about the report the
appeared to act question the verdict The verdict Inside "high backlash" cat
Closer observation and identification extra money. Parker was, of the Warren Commission
Is that Oswald alone only and shows an Increase: of
on their own initiative.The .
for example, three hours late
of professional agitators. The massive document, which murdered President Ken- ed by a .! percentage points
to the this
getting Job on eve-
was released over the weekend nedy, that he was not a member of the August Thus while
report does make it clear, ning of doom. along with the
t twenty of of Communists President 7 per cent were in that
a conspiracy -
Greater public support of law Parker after the PresI-
volumes of whichare
however that individuals connected testimony last
Cubans or right- Connally. month, there
dent and reached Ford's
enforcement officers and public cooperation with these groups and movementsare Theater, dutifully examined still to be published constitute wing extremists, and that Having 15 per cent in that
in the Identification and the record of the posthumous Jack Ruby who murdered Os of the classification this
the box and found It empty.At .
prepared to in once disturbance
trial of Lee
step a Harvey .
little before nine wild was not the agent of a conspiracy
punishment of law violators. a o'clock
I' starts and keep it going by encouraging ha became bored with sitting Oswald President for John the F. murder Kennedy.of conspiracy to silence Oswald. the Harris, in his latest

'. attacks on police, spreading outside the door of the box The commissioners are report however Is the first
Vigorous efforts to No one
remove contemporary reader
that had .
and walked out of the then
false rumors and encouragingnew It to set himself quite aware that the truth, as that the "backlash-
seems me, can
zling. The
of discontent He driver
the of tilePresident'
causes widespread saw
found it la be
they stranger than conceivably
as an appelate court of these a
among large segments of the popu- In the.driver's carriage seat nodding That capable of reversing the verdict fiction. It Is hard to believe. with all Issue in the cur-
lation. The truth was confused and campaign and thst it
of the seven commission
driver would later and
problem would have been so testify made Incredible by the mishmash alter tie present 83-
and their
ers. Only they counsel
that Parker said, 8 0 w The
Readiness of state governments much more simple if the investigation would you like a little ale?" and their staff !have heard of the first reports measures : cent rating which his
from the Dallas police and give President Johnson
had the blame At that moment, Forbes, foot all the evidence that is now President,
to act if local unable to pinned on some
I police are man and valet also came out available. Because Oswald Is by the press. But the truth tain rice against Senator

cope with lawlessness. organized group of agitators or exclusively of the theater and Joinedhim. I dead and could not speak!: in about the assassination 11self will, of This does not

on racial tensions. They went to the bar his own defense, It Is not possible was made less credibleby In mean that Presi

The F. B. I. report discredits at nearby Tsltavul's tavern to say and the commissioners the fact that Oswald was said, I Johnson will lose the
and began to drink. do not It murdered the city jail two but it does imply
earlier opinions that blame for these Because it does not, if confronts say later. For If there the kind the election be
ALREADY OF COURSE that this verdict is conclu days wasa which may a
outbreaks could be laid exclusively every ,community with 'an urgent a conspiracy was In motion. sive. The attempt to reacha conspiracy, nothing would presented. than has been an-

I I to racial tensions. In no instance did need to re-examine itself the con By one of the queer quirksof final verdict on Oswald Is have been so necessary to its example, by die public.

,I it. find that the mob actions wire ditions under which large segmentsof chance John Wilkes Booth now In the !hands of the his success as to silence Oswald. record Harris ref'I'IJD his ar

.directed white leader of that conspiracy, torians. :Because it Is harder to believe he be the M per cent of the
against either
or its population live the attitudeof also stopped In Tsltavul's tavern But we may be confidentthat the true story than it is of the supporters who

1 I Negro citizens. There was little basic its ;youth and adults with respectto He ordered whisky. Til- the historians will find to believe some theory of conspiracy vious, too Negroes have :'got
difference; between the riots in New tsvul recalled it in later testimony
law enforcemtne and respect for nothing to make them question the commissioners negligence of hand and be
York's Harlem and those in two resort because always be- the perfect good faith of have with painstaking thoroughness searched of this phrase as hav
communities one in Oregon the lives and property of others, fore the actor had asked for the record which the seven set down In detail buildings repeatedly heard

maintenance of communications be- brandy. Down at one end of commissioners have com the facts as they found them. licized .
and the other' in New Hampshire. surveys as a descrl,
i M :The latter involved mostly white tween segments of the communityand the bar Parker, the guard piled. These commissioners, As an example let us take ident public reaction to the
i the coachman, and the valet
the efficiency and reliability of individually and as a group the assumption which Is crucial Finally, rights" movement He
youths.It with their ale.
; its police department. There must be. were A drunk busy peered at Booth, are absolutely. and entirely to so much of the Euro al rule that that "critical to

recognition also,, of the fact that an recognizing him and said, above any suspicion that they pean literature of a conspir possible to are the z7 per
also discredits earlier reports might have, or would have acy. It Is that President Kennedy protection Johnson voters who
Insignificant Incident I light the "You'll never be the actor
that the Negro riots were plannedand can or could have doctored the was fired on both from willing to same way about N..
father That
fuse for an explosion rather than the your was. record. This la a Judgment the Book Depository Build- less and he concludes

organized by Communist agitators nourishing of a belief that "it can't newer which we today are qualified ing behind him and from the terred by provide "more than

or the Black Muslims. happen her.." men recalled that Booth to pass on to posterity. overpass In front of him. The caught potential defections to

smiled thinly and said "WhenI With this certainty about supposed proof of this Is that cape. He the final outcome." I
the commissioners and I n there was a hole In the windshield to die. The
the stage I will be the
I Human Rights Vs. Law most famous man In AmerIca view of the scope and exhaustive of the car But the fact must stand HARRIS ln his is, of course

George," Atzeradt one of the detail of their Investiga of the matter Is, says the re- should have PACLK.HZLM"A HELM"A of,taken September Interpretation during, and the J

By RICHARD WILSON true, ss the Commissionstates the Warren Commission conspirators, was assigned to no of telling at
Chief Cewkn that "A more carefully sad they may be the right kill Andrew Johnson, the vice what way the reaction
Washington Bnresa coordinated treatment of ones thus Illustrate the na- president. He too stopped at In
Voice of the
WASHINGTON DC. '- A the Oswsld case by the FBI ture of a severe internal problem a bar and began to drink. I Io.w since i November President par

better end bigger US. Secret might will have resulted In : how to maintain respect He drank himself Into a stupor Is likely to take Into
Service Is the main recommendation bringing Oswald's activities for order and order itself and did not complete his the trends of

of the W If r e a to the attention of the Secret In s society where the rights assignment .On The Sun's opinion
Commission for protecting Service." Presumably therefore of the Individual are prized BOOTH WAS ADMITTEDto Opinion Page "civil rights" issue
"presidents from sssasalna- the the theater-he known. his utmost to win some
higher than was
the of this procedures
presence and sunos ato.. ...... wttMuM .. MM Vole .* MM FM.. votes which may not
tlon.What agitator and malcontent in law He was pleased to find the MINI k ilflM4 m4 .... KM ......'. .u_. ...... will t. wMiM! M Mmotf on Us side.
the Warren Commission Dallas was unknown to the What are the limits of what chair vacant outside the Pres 050 .....d 500 weed m4. .sus k written a. Ml* MM ... d MM *....' '..*. .
Is talking about Is a far Secret Service. the Warren Commission calls ident's box. It would be easy. .SUII ...a..e MM tM M nbct i MV ..... et *. ...... a. wrtfcwit .(..*.1.e HM growth of crime of I

greater surveillance of what Suppose It had been other "preventive Intel I 11 I I g e n c e?"i Booth entered quietly on cue lots/ has been a matter '

the police have always called wise, Just what would have Had the Secret Service known for the big laugh that he knew 'Concern'For From the copies distributed existence. concern, en- :
"suspicious characters" on a been the procedure? Following of Oswald In Dallas, should would come from one of the by the League of Women Voters Vote from the racial

national and Internationalscale. again the findings and It have demanded that the lines of the comedy. He plan WorkersEDITOR we can read them.In ment and snd riots. a, I

It would be unusual If recommendations of the Wan Dallas police arrest him or ed the derringer almost this legislative! conglomeration against It. by Louis Harris al-
this could be done without move him out of there during against the President's bead .
ran Commission, It must be Sun: It la deeply long fostered by our note of the rise in
and fired.
some Injustices. Certainly In assumed President Kennedy's visit I I ..
that the name of badly apportioned legislators of the public con
when Booth went quickly to the touching to observe the concern
the present national atmosphere here was no known
every known malconleDl'or ), I note a proposal le crime.: A question
of L. Walker
ledge of the box. Major Harry ,
and the Infringement charge him
persecution: dangerous' character who was against authorize the state to use as to whether,
el civil and because he had a guest, reached MD. for the poor workingman
rights running at large In Dallas, previous for him. "Revenge for the and his worry about part of the state school fund to s year ago' the
would be associations?
charged by some particularly If he had feels "more .
ever for capital outlay, restrictingsuch worried,
South, cried Booth, and Medicare might bankrupt Social EDITOR,
who felt the
cold of the
eye been a defector would have These
are questions part to that for which or not much dif
leaped A small thing
occur Security. However, what Press of this
Secret Service them.
upon been supplied to the Secret which to the heart of shout Us her
go confidence red. The spur on his riding really touches my heart Is his the federal government'sgrant McCarthy or per.
Lee Harvey Oswsld. as s Service by the maximum In the processes of boot caught in the Treasury statement that it la unfair to \had not been for a on him for en the streets.
Marxist, might have himself number of law enforcement enforcing the law and maintaining flag one of those decoratingthe specific purpose.In taken ta August
workers under tt to pay Social by
raised the persecution: outcry agencies. The Secret Service order to this troubled has n per cent as "more
box. The fall broke his the past this fund
Security to benefit those of the vilest
had he been Isolated during having computerised such In period. It Is not hard to agree ." This figure had ris-
President Kennedy's trip to formation would have coordinated \ ; with the Warren Commission leg.Assistant over IS . Such a sense of been one reliance ef the pub thy ism. In to
September (1
Secretary of State lie schools and per 1
fairness age
Dallas. It must be concluded heal and Federal law particularly since its chairman !! years book, "A
from the Warren Commission enforcement to take into salcount was the Chief Justice of Frederick attacked Seward Lewis was first Most of us. Dr. Walker, there was little else. The accretions don" It la

Report that the members of an risks to the President the United Slates, that theprocesses by Paine either have or have bad par from state sources book Is not the same poD shows
who then sought to murderthe
the Commission believe ta of the United States fnea of law and order Secretary, William Sew- ents. Furthermore, my sense have built the fund to lit million basis of Americans sup
retrospect that Oswsld should such persons. Te have done must be more meticulous and of fairness forces me to ad- from which the Interest author "civil rights- bill
ard. He (ned the household
been Isolated from the proximity something ,flout Oswald prior more effective In protecting aroused mit that I should be gratefulfor to used to help support education. Integrity. to one and that Pres

of President Kennedy. to Nov. a, 1113 might have the life of a President We One thinks of the winds of all that the generationnow Now a need la felt for of the author la not blamed

The report states that the FBI meant, ta any comparable permit much In the name of chance on Booth's plot -ta U has done for me. more funds for higher education the book. current situation, po

had l Information on Oswald situation doing a 0 m I thin| freedom and human rights one thinks of the many "its" Most of us did not come and this proposal would The really history shows Nat

but bad no responsibility to about scores of other Individuals but such permissiveness I In the murder el President Into the world that is immeasurably allow the Legislature toIII of your is discontent, it
turn this Information over to who fall brings! pert of this fund tor higher
within the police us many troubles Kennedy. Booth dreamed the better than the as an is taken out oa the
the Secret Service and "took and FBI of "bad education. I am opposed to
terminology son, to adounistratka In
President Johnson has appointed dream he had loosed there In one the generation now IS
an unduly restrictive view of actors. Areas of this amendment It should be
in presidentialvisits a special committee the saloon he thought he came Into, and I far one am a Washington election. This
Its role preventive totemgeace would be "sani defeI....
to out why he extent
provide guidance In defining would be a famous man. He grateful to them.
prior to the assassination. tized. the Public Common School the assistant protest vote Is
.* general nature of believed be would escape to B. E. SHETTCXLY cone
Perhaps this Is aa exaggerated domestic and foreign daggers the South Lee Oswald, too. Trenton Funds granted ta e states Animal factor that
If thai'was true why wasH projection ef what I* Presidential security, and had a dream of killing the and ascreaaed by the ate Pearson ... only pollsters but
true? Most likely because\ would have been necessary to seeing that the maximum of most powerful and popu 1 a r when aet aaienead er wasted Bar. who aHeaapt the

political conditions and. In carry out lilt Wres (lID. federal resources are used man on earth. Opposes ) have. hers eae sere 'h nee prophet with raped

fact, Supreme Court decisions ..... rw- lit as protecting Us security. Per- There were persona who .... source: of support tot tlr sin- ode to try ..... ef the current

have made It Imperative even kt It Is, st camel be kips ta doing so they can find fused to believe Booth was AmendmentEDITOR medley ucI would weaken hook stamps And certainly what
for the FBI to exercisethe riled that any tutor procedures the even larger answer of how killed. He was "..." ta foreign Thai proposal vilte SOB. as to he wM sttaatioa ta

utmost caution in the use would be much ... to maintain order and create countries-and in Can Sun: Tt* amendments Cast tart of the stable sup the want is not alw.

of.raw files, or any informsUna. stringent than those at Dal- atmosphere of safety In ada. There are persons who proposed .. ear state port ef the public schools. Irresponsible by !the state el the

to avoid wrongful accusaaea las. Imagine what would be mis country through the )prefer to believe Oswald was constitution an printed k lilt wills that 0rvuse r. L" the personally ta the bet week:
er ihlntlinThis necessary ta New Turk Cat- 1 dMsus exercise ef police pow not the kuVr-thet a vast Sua ta such fine peW thai next step would be (as la as anyone and the first few
daes Ml entirely. ex.cuse cage er Las Mgel_ en and increased confidence conspiracy was at wart. It we elder folks have to m a was ether states) to gradually to read it November ta I fets-
: !be FBI and N may be The reeommendatisw ef aa law eararcenent to always as_ reading'" to reed them. legislate fte fled eat ef ,..r.1I


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I October-2. l"4 Cotnesville Sun- .,$

THE AMERICAN oy WAY UF Newcomers WelcomedNew EntertainedAlpha Rushees MiroiurpMiiumiiiraiiMUMiiwiimiiiiiraiiniiiiiNiINIT I I

OF LOVE Howard Whitman Lambda Chapter of Beta '

Sigma Phi entertained
rushees at an Ice cream social
recently at the home of Mrs.

I / Marriage Is A '..... ,.' '. .. ', ,,, Billy Joe Bounds. ARK

...... '.d' Featured guest speaker at "
a recent chapter meeting was Jw.M

,' j 'W' .' 'fna Mrs. Mary Turner, who demonstrated Mswi: M" :
, Commencement' ; ,, table settings. a

i .

,! ::' ,...,,' t.
I Sixth .f a Series Experience with this doctrine !t ... created in the Off IVf 'N SHOPPING
II I Love and proved It as highly tinctured \,;-.' ,It TROPICScotnwtici OPEN 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
The ,,, ,
1 Young Marrieds with bunkum as its rampant ... ,":.. ..
I doctrines dealing with chlldre .
"Okay, you're married. Now ." NEW LOW PRICES
the It Is impossible for two peopleto .
; question Is-are you going
to fall I In love!" Most newlyweds live together without changing ",""", ', PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
would be shocked at this one another. The nearest it.. GAINUVILLI STORK

but It'. a fair question. It recognizes they can come to avoiding this 1214 NW bath A... 1021 SI 4* A.a.IT2S .
that marriage Is Just process Is to be so totally In- W. U.l.. AH. late I. Unl.. A.o.2IOt .
the beginning. It Is not the con- different that neither Is soUl- NW nth St. 4205 NW M. '''4.
clusion of a great love but clently exposed to the other to : 4101 NW lick St.
merely the prologue. be influenced or changed.A AUCMIMi Cmr lit St. i 441
Graduations at high school New Joist Perseaalliy (i... ,! 710 g. ....... A**.

and colleges arc called com In a healthy relationship man ';. .
mencements. and wife begin to create a new ALL IRANOS King Site -

Marriage is a commencement joint personality on their wedding New faculty wives and women staff members of the University of Florida Filters Regulars

too. It is the opportunity day, and each contributes were entertained with a aeries of coffees given by the UF Newcomers of the
to create a great love to the entity which emergesthe University Women's Club Tuesday and Wednesday. Pictured above during one deairezbl.Vel7icher'.

relationship the outset of a one self, or as the Bible of the welcoming parties are, left to rlgh t. Mrs. James R. Anderson Mrs. Maurice . CIGARETTESCarton

Journey from Infatuation to love. puts It, the "one flesh." It Yeates, Mrs. James Heyes, Mrs. R. Dean Codding and Mrs. Walter Probert., Jean o..hcIm'l ...... beer

What kind of will would be a static marriage, wen croolwl" lee the
a journey
To welcome new faculty fees Tuesday and Wednesday. Raymond Crist was In chargeof
,It be? more like death than life, which femln M women who cone
about wives and women staff memo The welcoming parties Ux k; flowers. bout .... effect .f cRmot*
brought In
''I George Bernard Shaw wrote. partner. no change the bers at the University of Florida place l at the Universl 7 I Committee members siding end w.othn 1ft her eanples.Ion. $269
Women's Clubhouse.Mrs. Mrs Thtt co.mil'a.eo'5edry"
"When two people are under; In the courteiles were
Rather than husband and the Newcomers f
wlf Group
o .. call or Mo NraveJNNtor
the Influence of the most violent James Heyes and Mr Charles Keenan, Mrs. Paul
asking guiltily, "Am I changing the University Women's Club Is.. clay. Whet_........
l Charles H. Fairbanks were cochairmen -Jenson Mrs. Alvin Moreland .
delusive ,,
) most Insane most -my mate?" the question ought -hot dry ooU,..oral-twv
and most transient of entertained with a series of cofTODAY for the parties. Mr. Mrs. Thomas
to be, "In what direction 1m Mrs. John Stiepel ton,trtacl lollo mH"",YeVI.
passions, they are required to I changing my mate?" I L. Martin, Mrs. Billie B. Wood, low tile tead.rle.eh of eee.
s swear that they will remain In Mrs. R. S. Clemmons, Mrs motksbyBloneh'i.
If the change is for the better 1,
;. that excited, abnormal, and exhausting Calendarf Herbert Head and Mrs. Joach GOLDEN RIPE
I then this, happily, is an-
condition im
Seydel. .
other of the dividends of su-
until death do them part" Presiding the serving table
cessful marriage.In .
.I In reality, the marriage vow the course of adjusting to f EventsTODAY during the coffees were Mrs. BANANAS'10e
Is no such pledge. It is not a one another the average Palter Probert and Mrs. James
promise to remain romantically -
Anderson Mrs. John Saunders
couple are going to cr.ate October S ;
l infatuated for life. Rather" October t and Mrs. G. Paul Moore Mrs.
plenty of friction. This IIIcause United ;
I it is a commitment to do one's w Rehearsal dinner honoring Church Women, lames Gowsn and Mrs. Theodore cordially I".".. you II LE.II
the heat and
that election .
sparks of
officers, I M a m.
best to graduate from this friction usually does, and right Miss Edwlnna Murphey, and 7:30: p.m., Holy Trinity George and Mrs. John F. to come ,In far e tree Social, end
"exhausting condition" to amore here is where the young mar- and their son, Verley J. Spi- Episcopal Church. Beater ana Mrs. Evan 0 Pst kin' ....ly.I.. Bill, "Htlnouer, er.ens.nrotlw
stable enduring relationship 7 Mr. and Mrs. tlshall.
leds might pause to note another -vey p.m. Junior Assembly "Frontier af Inn GronemCotmrtki
\ of love.
I signpost along the way: Verley T. Spivey of Jack Frolics," I to 10.30; p. m., Special activities of Newcomers will be hare to great PULL HALF QUART

An Opportunity The conflict In marriage ha sonville Thomas Hotel. Gainesville Women's Club. this trimester will be a and discuss problems' ,-
a purpose. It la not all negatlv Rehearsal dinner h o nor McCain-Miller Navy Mothers party October M when PresK you any TOPPCOLA
This is not easy. Too often, leg Miss Ann and her from 9 e m. until I .m. Saturday .
Crscy 7:30 <*-nt J. Wayne Hells and Mrs. p
So first of all, Frank and Mary, Club : p.m., Nay
J young couples who dash from you had better expect a certain fiance, Cap John Herbert Reserve Training Center. Roils win entertain at the President's October 1.
altar to exciting honeymoons Eliot of Mansfield, Ohio 7
amount of conflict since It II SATURDAY October 2 Residence and a dinner-
think they have it made. All Mrs. William G. Nick
inevitable. And second, It p.m. UF Dames Tea 3:30: to dance December I at the UF
they really have made is an las, grandmother of the bride- 1l
S30 Mrs. J. Faculty Club.
might help to appreciate a purpose p.m. Wayne
I to .
opportunity opportunity elect 1014 NE Fifth Terrace.
Hells All UF Newcomers are welcome
which conflict serves. The Wayne wife of the University -
forth the best that is
put very heat that Is of Florida President to attend any of the Clubor
generated the SATURDAY, October I ,
In them in order to make I
good marriage. The philosopher sparks that Oy in the fusion 1 Coffee complimenting Miss hostess, President's residence, Interest groups meetings ill N.W. litk St. lonu
Neitzscbe summed ,it up in the of! two personalities are quits Frances Dab n e y Jones, Soil Conservation Service, I throughout the year CARTON 39cPLUS
a stern line, "You love each other like the heat and sparks accompanying ride-elect: of Donald Moore Covered Dish Supper, 1:30:

? Good, then see to It that the fusion of two Giles of Lynchburg, Vs., 10 p.m., Highland Court Minor DEPOSIT

you go on loving each other." metals: the resultant alloy will. s.m. to noon, Mrs. M. K. Wallace Clubhouse. At ..
One bride of less than a year be better and stronger than (20 SW First Avenue. UP Faculty Club, fall social
told a counselor, "Before WI either of the metals had been Luncheon complimenting <:30 to 12:30: p.m., club- IAVARIAN SILICT .

f were married. Frank made me before. I I Miss Frances Jones, fiance house West Newberry Road
feel as though I were the only This line from Pub II i c VI. of Donald Moors Giles of Alpha ChI Omega Alumnae A Special PurchtM Of BEER6IOTTLI .::

woman In the world-at leastIn Terentlus, a playwright of ancient Lynchburg, Va.. 12.JO: p.m., Club Founders' Day Lunch
his eyes. lit''always .wed Rome might make a mod Miss Louisa Bohannon of Orlando eon 12.JO; p.m., Holiday Inn FINE STAINLESS STEELDINNERWARE ,.w

to tell me I war the prettiest, ern sampler for young mar and Gainesville, Tower St Joan's Circle of St. Pa
the most wonderful, the tops leds: "Great love was never House. trick's Church RummageSale .
the greatest, and all that Now lost by small quarrels. Love Brunch for Murphey-Splv- 7 aim until noon, Bird- '.
something seems to have hap after the quarrel was greater ey wedding party and members soy Lot. 8t ,
pened. He never talks that way than before." of the families 11:20: Sisterhood of B'nal Israel
anymore. He sort of takes me An International Congress of a.m., Mr. and Mrs. William Congregation, Fall Dance, I PLUS DIPOSIT
for granted. And I have a Mental Health held In Toronto, T. Arnett, Mr. and Mrs. Tom p.m., Educational Center
feeling that ho looks around at Canada, concluded that "t be tonaldson, and Mr. and Building, 3111 NW 16th Av..

other girls. When we have our greatest single cause of unhappy frs. Freeman Hart, hosts, st nue. IAVARIAN SILICTBEER
little squabbles, he compares marriages appears to be disappointment the Arnett home, 2103 NW Gainesville Insurance Wom-
me-unfavorably of course-to in the expectation Third Place. en's Club, Rummage Sale, I 4

j the wives of some of bit of how the marriage partner Brunch honoring Cracy-El- a.m. until J noon, ACL Lot.

I friends." should play his or her sexua lot wedding party and out of Anchor Club Workshop
t So the shiny penny has lost marital role." town guests, 11 am, Dr. and sponsored by the GainesvillePilot
its shine. The marriage! was Here, too, the young mar Mrs. Edwin A. Andrews, M dub, 3:30: to (:. p.m., ,''ty ce PULL
I a commencement, an right but rieds might note a vital signpost NE: Fifth Avenue. home of Mrs Joe Crevssse,

so far it hadn't gotten aft the : Then Is a difference between Reception 4 p.m., follow- Hawthorne Road.Anchor. QT$. 69
ground. It bad indeed goaebackwards the romantic kicks of ing the wedding of Miss Ann ClubWorkshop
to childishness. R Is courtship days and the enduring Moore Grscy, daughter of
typical of a child to tire of a satisfsctiom of marriage. Mr. and Mrs. L Cecil Cracy. PLUS DEPOSIT

bright new toy. Marriage as we said, Is a and Capt. John Herbert
An anonymous sage set down commencement And In the ElIot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Is Saturday

a line which, la eintirles. graduation from Infatuation to John Henry Eliot of Mansfield Aa Anchor Club Workshop PAIST SLUE RIIION .:

hasn't been improved open. Of love, from limited physical contact Ohio, at the home for members of the three high- ::
'marriage he wrote: "Choose to total union, there are of the bride's parents, 314 school clubs will be sponsored BEER
your love, and then love jour no longer be temptations of the NE Fourth Avenue. Saturday by the Gainesville Pilot
cholN." forbidden, the lure of pursuit Wedding of Miss Martha Club. ...

feoa Slgafosta. and coiKjuest,'and other kicksof : 1 Edwlnna Murphey, daughter The workshop Is scheduled Your Choice' of Thro

this Ilk. of Dr. and Mrs. MUledgt Mar from 1.30: to 1:39: p.m. at the
U young marriedi are to Takes bey Jr., and Verley Jemolne home of Mrs. Joe Crevssse. Lovely Patterns: IORDEAUX, PAK :.'
reach their goal of lifetime love It Time Spivey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hawthorne Road. 6 $109 ,
(if they are going to become Note that the key phrase In Verley T. Spivey of Jacksonville : Mrs. Martina Virgin will be CANS ....
successful old marrieds). It the Toronto statement to "dis 4 p. m., First Presby peaker.
may help to post some direction -appointment in espectstion." tartan Church.: Wedding sup Swimming in the Crevasse Stanley'

i markers along tha route: For m married love as nearly per for bridal party and out pod,\ and a cookout will follow I Roberts
The recognition that love and everything else to life wo tend of' town guests, I p.m., Print- the workshop. GINNESSIE
bate coexist fa an of us is sign suffer from rote mo by bride's parents.Junior $1995
to a hangover
post number one. None of is Service for 8
can be a love perm" all the childhood. We want to without I get our plus 2 Serving Pieces BEER .
satisfactions easily-
time. Inner tensions and fruefrations Assembly
I working for them-and we want
are bound to erupt now REG. $3995W.od.n
them immediately. Open HouseMrs.
: and then, as bate gets the upper
fulfillment n me an relationship 11,1
hand. It becomes: our "set"
toward the world around us.. does not come Immediately Jasper Joiner will be T11lExtl Chart . o,ily$5.t5 OOc
hostess House for
And since our spouse is the upon, the consummation: at an Open 6 PAK I
closest part of that world, he of marriage Just as a fusionof parent members of the Junior .....t. Cold Cute CANS
this from I ..... .... 77FOREMOST
or she Is bound to bear the the personalities does not occur Assembly evening 0. c..t CHESNUT OFFICE
'" 0." Alte .
the Gainesvilleoman's
f st
brunt of it now and then. la a week, a month or a III p.m. ease.
Caaafo Year racier year, ao physical union, though/ Clubhouse. Vene1e1...
Marriage has been defined u the mechanics of tt an easily I The Open House will give par.lllta EQUIPMENT CO. INC. (Pictorial All Ftoon)
"that relation between man and achieved, cannot reach Hs foil an opportunity to sea the
woman in which the independence flower .la a short time. decorations for "Frontier Fro.ilcs -

to equal; the dependence Phsical1l1lion hi Its complete ." the first Junior Assembly tO< W U....,.,ey A... Ph... PR .'42' ICE CREAMt
dance of the seam to be "IIIIoft&h&
mutual: and the oblija- sense cannot take place unless
\ from I to It X.
doe reciprocal. tunics of ese personalities also .. "
I Much kas been said In marriage ,has occurred. r---------------- sss SSIt's
eonnseung about catng- Though the romantic recite
i I Gal.
tag er making ever one's mart 1 meat of the honeymoon eaaaot COUCH'S For ZENITHI 5t
rlaga pen ner. This became the be denied. It to atoo a fad ofBfe Carton
eighth deadly am daring mat this often to ......
Freud-intoxicated period its.by daninlslilng satisfactions and;I I
brought forth progressive education. finally even dissppeMmaaL. COLOR TV ale

I I|I Who young married go arts s'ahfalcalnMtoaskca TV"
.A< the good parent was told. sssremeaningf<hsa PERFORMANCE GUARANTEED BY COUCH'SOWN I
by the sages of this penuaskato Be laltlal

aOow children to "express I thrills, ast dependent upon sew. II ZENITH FACTORY CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS ICE MILK '
themselves- without fat er ha* ness, hut deeply noted kt the ..:
since so the husband was total blendtof of saaa soil wife.
counseled to accept his wife, This takes .... B to worth "Buy 6 W.YI" n
exactly as she. was and to want working tar sad waking flea I W.
nothing mort than lilt her to AnD TEN OPEN TONIGHT TIL 9COUCH'S TRY A ZENITH COLOR I G-I. 49 ;.
TEARSLt7vs. .
continue bang her own sweet I 608 N. TV SIDE IT SIDE ANYOTHER Carton +

self. and the wife vice versa. .(Ceayrtght, MX ,, SJM.Ha COLOR TV > 9ff -

Any attempt by the see to Rreonal O stttnlsd bp the I MAIN ST WHY A ZENITH FROM COUCH'S i
chance the other was seen as tser and Tritaaa Ipe..
hIm). al a t11itf. title _ 8thtits.. _ l5. tlla// i1

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Debbie's 'Molly Brown9 Nets He Wins THE, OBSERVER By, Russell Baker, ,,

Hog 'CallingContest C 1

$2 Million At Music" Hall The Tiger Doesn't Roar 1

By BOB THOMASAP films in search of likely,attrac POMONA. Calif. (AP-Adults
Mevie-Telev4loe Writer (tions. I with lung of leather took turns \
HOLLYWOOD (AP) "Wei- Downing admitted'that he wu bellowing at a mull herd of disdainful -- ------

come to Uggum Studios, Mr. having more and more trouble swine at the Los Angeles C Nro lark JClmr son went out to dedicate a dam. nial back porch manner lacks''I dines the roar ci his ghost
Downing," Debbie Reynolds M finding proper vehicles for the County Fair's hog-caning championship ,"But we have more questions the magic that turns crowds Into writers to a purr and stokes no
; Coldwater Campaign -
Aboard the I
said breezily. "How are thingsat ; Music Hall's family audiences than be has dams be said. roused rabble, and he gave, lire In the glands of any but
Traln-On the first dayit Part of the crowd laughed The them an eight-minute speecb the most devout
your little old theater? Reason: Hollywood's continuity "Wboo pigs! yelled one.
That was the star's Irreverent obsession with sex "Sooo-ey soo-ey!" hollered an was like this: candidate Introduced his wife touching on 10 major issues <( Town: Marietta, Ohio. Weather and warned the crowd away from war to welfare. These
greeting to Russel Downing, "The worst problem is finding other.
and drizzling. The from the tracks "voters are his
'tt : gray were people but he is
president of New York's Radio a picture for Christmas and Not a pig moved. 1
train bad stopped beside the too hard to get to run over"and more
Music Hall movie he Scattergood BaInes than TelephoneIs
City biggest Easter, sighed. "That's Then up stood a slim, blond
brick of a train creaked westward
brown lump the the
man on horseback, and he
house In the world. she have
Uggum when we religious pageants boy named Johnny. I
side hotel ("A modern hotellooms toward Athens throttles their
" explained In the or the and the pic- In clear enthusiasm with FastWaitress
presence } on stage, "Pigs? he cried a Since 1900.! ")
I studio head Robert Weltman, <;' : ..; tures must be acceptable to the young voice, "Piggy, pm?" from H At Athens the drizzle bad gentle contusion
\ was the term the workers used whole family. Fortunately for Half a dozen big porkers Somebody with brass tongs stopped, but the hecklers were He Introduced his wife, and '

' for MGM behind ,the bosses '''/<1 this Christmas we have 'Father limed across the pig pavilllon stood on the back platform thicker. "Even Johnson !la better the train creaked westward to 1 1TIIIi.

backs.. :\ Goose,' which Is a warm comedy in answer to the can, olnkta, telling the crowd that Barry, than Goldwater" oaa big Blancheater, birthplace of Rep.
, Downing was charmed with with Gary Grant, Leslie happily. The crowd applauded. Goldwater "needs" Rany Me- placard read. Others linked his Clarence J. Brown whose service T.I.phon.'la, the fattest ,
, Mba Reynolds, u well he might Caron and a bunch of kids. That was bow 4-year-old John calf in Congress, and out on name to Hitler's and inustrated In the House of Representatives -waitress you over 'sow. And she
} be. He had come to California to At the MOM luncheon Downing -Mangrlth of Pomona, won &he11M the fringes a gray-haired woman it with skull and crossbonea dates from the preCambrian dowrt't toke a tip. '

I mark the achievement of "The told Debbie that to UN be bog-caning trophy Wednes- was chastising seven little Senator GoUwater said ha bad age. Looking down Th M art two of the rtoioni j
Unsinkable Molly Brown," had asked for her to appear ins day girls who bad brought placards really been looking forward to on the station's red brick platform why King' Food Holt, atoned 10 ,

which Just closed at the Music DEBBIE REYNOLDS"We stage show with "The Daughter Runner-up was the IKS champion advertising Lyndon John- seeing Athens and plugged the the Ohio Lycurgus recalled : year ago hat proved so successl 1
HaL In 10 weeks It grossed $i2,. her first 101I.. local candidates ("You know when he
of Rosy O'Grady, Sarah E. Shaffstall of cu.eamonL I had cleaned the ful 'that I ii now one of the
001,567 for the highest theater are the only theater In film But Warner Brothers said She Is (5. "You Just think about corruption ODe" and "I don't have to say bank cuspidors up the street OC fastMt growing rtttourant groupt
take in movie history for that the world that still has a stage she had left the studio for MGM. The winner's fatter !Is an In Government," th e:anything here about Pete years ago and blinking his eyes in the country r

period. show" he says proudly. "Andwe "Yes," she recalled with relish of the U.S. Internal Reve- woman was saying "It's bad Abele"). and finding not a sob In him .
The Reynolds vehicle broke are the only theater that "I was supposed to get a agent Service and admits to calling to have a corrupt man in government Clearly annoyed by the heck introduced Senator GoUwatei At every booth at Kmg't a ttlfphona
the record held by "That Touch never buys' movies without 110 raise to $73 a week. J, L nue and then Just think of that' lers' attempts to draw him as to "the finest people on this old ii placid In conjunction with
as a .
of Mink" and became the first seeing them." Warner decided I wasn't worth hogs., n ow Then turning to another woman >> the war candidate, he tried to I earth of ours"Goldwater the IIoautlfully-col d and lighted

Music Hall attraction to pass He sifts through an the major it"DINING hobby. those who failed to : "They might u well be 1 explain "particularly for the I plugged "Ollie" -
the $2 million mark. Among for AI Capone." Harsh talk, but teenagers" that he advocated and "Clarence The customer, ''vrfnn nooy to
N man is more courted by place was a Calif.Marine who from said Camp be no harsher than many of the strength only to preserve the a brown notebook, then and produced began order, limply picks up the prior*.
the film industry than Downing. Pendleton, heckling signs which sprouted peace. He speaks In the calm, and civet hit Mlaclion' to the
at In reading quotations from the '
A date at the Music Hall not 8ENTERTAINMENT' noticed hog calling night from the crowd as Senator almost gentle cadences of the works of Hubert operator. At the sane limo It It
only means big money for a the barracks.An Goldwater emerged from his neighbor sipping a beer on the Senator H. Humphrey. monitored byIPICIk./ .,,' ever the
movie's gross; it also carries expert explained Johnny'svictory private car. back porch, but the soothing elect In his Humphrey, he suggested grill' in the kitchen and the food Itmmtdiatily
I prestige which impresses theater this way: way was an placed on the ttove'
I "It ain't the volume that "I'm too young to die, oneread. is diluted by his penchantfor abysmal fellow who wanted
men throughout the country. of And, "Goldwater for vio- powerful statements, and bo Communist China In the United this system It quite a rtmt-iov.
I who hu been with counts, but the appeal your
Downing, lessee and poverty," "Barryloves the next breath he was tellingthe Nations and socialist er; 'becoute you do fiat how to
an of voice. You got to make the economy
the almost
Music Han for
a.m. e.ee bombs," "Help AUH20 crowd It should be worrying In the United States. wait until a ,waitress to free to
think have something -
I Ms a-year history guards t etheater's lawgs you
for them." stamp out peace." (Ed. Note: about World War IV. These were Clarence Brown's place' your 'orb She don not

-- reputation---- Jealously. TJH20 Is chemical formula forCOld "We are at war today," be people, and the candidate explained hove to write .down your orderend I
I r a .a and water. Senator Gold- a aid, suggesting that World that he was warning return to the kitchen -Tillio.ilhe .
p star was glad to be In Mariet- War m was already upon us them against Hubert Humphrey telephone operator, It.ol.reody .
f wl ta. "The oldest city in the In Viet Nam. "If it weren't for because Brown had told him in the klte'Of -.

s n a t f 'g%. 7. trWz Northwest Territory," and after you young people" he went on, that was what they wanted to course, there ore waitreuet
plugging the local candidates, '"I would have quit politics long be warned against The problew and busboys en the floor' at all
? should have!" tlmti. to bring your water, eating
be declared himself for Social go. "You
of ,
course, was that, In uteniilt, and your order, and to
Security denounced crime pre>>- :touted a heckler. The senator Us gentle way, Senator Gold- teas your table spotlessly ebon
nlsed the teenagers that he ,Introduced his wife* and the water really provoked
no excess
would never let them be I rain creaked westward to Chll- of passion against Hum- The minimum to be time three I sad to five Iscontidtred

ought to war and ticked off ] cothe Prey.. One suspected, in fact, mlnutet much, more In tome I
President Johnson. At Chillicothe the crowd was that be might not be above about OMI., .
Every time Republicans raised 1 big, sympathetic and ready for of gentle good fellowship I in'Goinavilie'kkp's, at 1430 j
a question he .said John-ouslng, but the senator's ge- with Humphrey back In the Senate SW. 13th St. there ore teett for
dining room except for the over 260 people. Matt of ....
1 are In four and she party beotht
SILVER COINS exigencies of the campaign.The became King's prides Hsalf'an be-
senator Introduced his Inn "The Home of Fitandry Family j
rife and said farewell to Blan- Dining" There art e few eight- '
ON THE WAY OUT? 'chester and the train creaked party booths and e small number
of stood for unglue er ......
toward safe
Republican Harbor

u WASHINGTON (AP) The sliver is related to the shortageof .n Cincinnati. It had not been a the Another reliance reoton; 'far email' 1IM4'butmuted b
upon a
f Treasury Is considering proposals coins but it Is far more bas bad day, but it was scarcely airhrmph. menu wile!,' aUow* .fait
.t ra to reduce or eliminate the long-range problem, than the preparation and service. The menu
.h silver in silver coins authoritative temporary pinch In coins. It had also illuminated the Includes hamburgers, eondrtrwt
of teveral kinds. ,
yr"I jokhrater dilemma. His onion Nape
s sources said today. Treasury officials believe they opponents rench frlet. ...... end sole
have time to wrestle with thamanysided have labeled him dangerous rlnkt.
The change In the nation'sbasic but his
problem because gentleness re ''t
silver policy would require _
total about
government supplies
several Officials
years. 135 billion ounces. This !is
FSU apparently are undecided to supply nonCommunist '
Queen-to-Be nether to ask Congress to enough GENERAL GAINES
world demands for several
reduce the amount of
l merely
One of these lovely girls will bt.Florida State University's homecoming queen when she la crowned at liver in coins, or to replace It years but the demand is
the annual POW WOW next Friday night Th. other girls will save M her royal cost, From left to right with another metal growing and officials believe

are Sally Spark., West Palm Beach; Sue Manger, Pompano Beach; Dottle Kohlraan, North Miami; Sheila However, there seems to be action should be taken in advance '

Clarke, Winter Park; and Jan Brantley, Jacksonville. (AP Wirephoto) u> doubt that the present high They of have the danger been studying point. the STEAK ROOM fir LOUNGE 's.sa
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ate of coinage will consume the problem of changing the metal

treasury's stockpile in a few content of dimes, quarters and
Fa. BoomIn Daniel Boone' Old Hat, Jr. Deputy rears half-dollars the ones that

Ironically, the recognition of a contain silver for more than '

Even for 12-Year-Olds I liver shortage comes shortly a year.
PopulationBig Signing .Up after Congress directed the Here are some aspects of the "'

dint to resume production of dilemma: y
:ProblemPLANT By CYNTBIA LOWRY :r princess Is no Cherokee, but a Registration Is now going on sliver dollars for the first time An announcement that the

AP TV-Redle,Writer I white child brought up by the for the Junior Deputy Sheriff .In 39 years. The 45 million cartwheels I silver content of coins would be
chief after her parents had been Club at the Boys' Club. Deputy
will contain more than reduced might cause more
NEW YORK (A?) Fes*
CITY (AP) Mayor Parker and his coonskin- are dispatched by a raiding band ofnooCberokees. Ed MacOeDan said that 43 boys 3 1 million ounces of silver.The' hoarding and collecting of the
Haydon Burns of Jacksonville, cap attended the first sessions of
of silver
back and the resemblance of potential shortage _present_ _
Democratic candidate for governor this season's new "Daniel Just when things looked the fan season. '
said Thursday Florida') Boone" to another sesson's blackest the object of an this In addition to receiving: Instruction

population Is growing so rapidly Davy Crockett Is nothing short fuss slipped out oldie stockade tat law members enforcement. will DRIVE-IN
It win "take the beat minds In of amazing and ran back to her Indian foster and organisation SUBURBIA
father. And she. told Daniel be given Instruction In bas THEATRE NOW SLAVING LUNCH FROM II JO M 2:00
the state" to solve the resulting And, It should be added, the It wasn't the color of tile akin drill by members of the Arnold 1900 S.W.13eh St. fine FR 5$265DRIVt

problems. resemblance of the Thursdaynight that mattered but it was where AIr Society of the University of TON In b SATURDAY- Showtime 7:00
NBC series' plots to those Florida Air Force ROTC under
Hi told a crowd at a fish fry the heart was. Admission $1.00.-No Pease
of 1,001 TV tales before' It Is the direction of Cadet Com-
that Florida currently has a 77,'pretty remarkable too. All of Surely there must be a more mender Ronald King. Cadet

000 Junior college enrollment am 1 which adds up to a presumption rewarding way to spend the Captains Sanford Sadja and WINNER OP 3 ACADEMY) AWARDS

40,000 students In tow-year In that kids of the coonskin cap early part of Thursday evening Richard Soltowsy will serve .1

atitut one. These figures will be age will love It than watching this sort of nonsense -drill Instructors ggI10lgllT0IAYfs nCOue pnssat /N THIATRL

two and-a-half tunes greater In I The fictionalized treatment even for 11-year olds. The Junior Deputies an divid- S6AfA1 SGRSIloFbltl
six years he said highly constructed around the Recommended weekend viewIng ed into two groups The 10.13 2400 H.wthas. Rood Rt, 20 Ph... FR d-O11

"It borders on being Impossible life of a real American: pioneer : group meets each Thursday .t lQl1 STARTS TO Ill
Is not entirely without totetast 4 pjn. and the 14 U group op.e etf-ibew et 7,00 2 SMASH Km.
build the and
to plants get
Tonight Bob Hope Theatre Lete FIRST ARIA RUN
to the student of television let meets each Thursday .t I p.m. Sw O.eb M .11 a
members tc
qualified faculty I
education to that In the period of the American NBC, 1JI.I:311 Eastern Dayaght at the Boys' Club Tit
provide man) Time, -Think Pretty," a mind hots-lithe i:9Nilgjyteba
students" said Burns Revolution, "Daniel BooMfc a cat with Fred Astatre and Bar- n .ii >M+
sort of homeless W...... At..at
He said the population boom rte Chase; 'The Jack Benny I
will also affect hospitals, housing But It breaches !the code of ne Program" NBC 1:>>10, with "'N.S.t.

business, and Industry.: Western seriously because In Lucille Ban as guest star. OX OfHCI 0'1"11100' "
this. version the mighty woods'man
asserted Saturday "Hollywood Stars I :JO, 4140, .:00
be he Is. fellow
No one man, governoror happily .....................
anybody else. has all the an who lives won his pretty wife Palace, ABC. 130-10: :30 p.m., SAT
ewers," he said "It's going to end two children hi a .... with Maurice Chevalier as boat tast.Ineta ..1ps10

take the best minds In the stall, ment It most be a pretty so- Sunday "30th Century: IeatnsiNtWS "111Ii' NIGHT

to solve these problems." phtotJcatod IItde IftIt. became oCBS, 04:20: p.m., exploring the 4
his wife obviously. is able to boy violent world of professional big 1ftP.I'IOII
Burns told his east fills.
audience that hs. mascara and eye liner and has league Ice hockey and Its ploy.era. ....
ough County the services II a ....... heNai'iii '
was profoundly aware el their But nobody ever heel a happily + thuH,f'. 'Of
and would "take I
problems a married cowboy ....'
businessman's approach to theirClung'complaints The line Thursday eight .

IOIutIoa. & tbs. was nasty a balfbreed nice familiar kidnaped ens. A a The Palmetto State Qttrtittt tI'I' .

phosphate Industry i'the area. pretty Cherokee prtocees.andiwapped ..,
:, promised. to sit dowa wittrepresentatives her .ta Bosjoeaboroaghfor ; PATHFINDERSQUARTETTE .
of the industry a Jug of mm and a bas of THE Lekeissad 10.V&

and demand that they do soma powder. said a.l .nl.'. Own Waymoken QncrttttaTOMOtiow .
thing about air po>luuaa, __It IUHM eat rkMfkv diet the
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Friel.,. October 2, 1964 Gainesville Siiii

of- Special Interest Soroptimist rkshop Held \

To the Colored Community

News hems for this page/ should be submitted to Colored Newt Editor Bei F. Child, LIINITl !
K* NW Sth St by mill, or by phone at FR 7i3. Da sol tend. MWI directly. to the Calne

M vlll Sin office. I II I

NOTICE list Church at Gainesville, Ia .: i
I Dinners will be told In the conducting a revival meeting el1ituarit5 MIN1tr
dining room of the Mt. Olive the MU Zion Primitive B.p' I I
, Primitive Baptist Church on list Church with Rev. J. Ellis,
Sunday on behalf of the church. pastor, here. Mrs F. D. Shan-
The price of the dinners Is j$1. non, reporter. Funeral services for Mrs

Beatrice McGill of Newberry, OPEN 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
will be held at the St. Mark
The Frances Robinson Club Will Render Services Baptist Church Sunday at 3:30 i-? NEW LOW PRICES
p.m. with Rev. LeRoy Thompson
of Mt. CarmeL Baptist C h u re
Collins and his Interment will -
Rev. E. C. officiating.
with Mrs. Esther
will meet mien GOOD IN ALL OUR
I from Oak Grove follow In the St. Mark Cemetery
I congregation *
Hamm, of 233 N. W. 7th Place, OAINESVILLI STORES
Baptist Church, at Dukes, will .
on Monday at 8 pm. Rev. T. 1284 NW Kill Art. Ion SI 4tk A...
conduct service at the
A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther a Joint Her immediate survivors include I72S W. U.... A... 1S09 I. Unlv. A,..
Hamm, reporter. Hope Well A. M. E. Church Gn her husband, Simon Me 2IOt NW M St. 420S NW I Pith ...... t
Sunday at Spm.here.
GIU; children, John Henry 4105' NW IJtfcAUCHUAt St.
The public Is Invited. :Rev. Cn..sriNSt.0441
NOTICE Clifton Simmons, pastor; Mrs. Williams and Albert Thompson HIGH SMINGSi 1>,. A... NW 0 Mair; )
Uniform Company Lodge No. Willie Mae Perry,reporter. Newberry; Mrs. Lorene WIUIITONi 710 I. N..,. A....
113 will celebrate its anniveraary Wilson Hasting; sisters, Mrs.
Julia Harrold and Mrs. ,
Tiny bagRi ar
on Tuesday, Oct. 6, .t.tI I
at the Shady Grove VOTERS LEAGUE Webb. city; brother,' LeRoy King Sue -
Primitive p.m. Church. The Alachua County Voters Welch, Newberry; 11 grandchildren Filters Regulars
Each member Baptist la asked to League urges every person in and other relatives and Soroptimist Club members from Jacksonville, Leesburg. Orala and Orlando
pay the county who failed to register friends. attended a workshop session here recently when the Gainesville Club served as
$1. during the past three weeksto hostess. Pictured above from left to right during the morning session are CIGARETTESCarton
stop by the Supervisor of Brothers.morticians, Miss Ethel Peterson of Jacksonville, lieutenant governor for the Southern
PLANS MEETING Registration Office in the CourtHouse are In charge. Region; Dr. Joyce Cooper, Gainesville, vice-president of the city club: Mrs.
The Juvenile Lodge No. 113 on Saturday between the I Gladys Givens of Jacksonville Extension Chairman for the Southern Region,
will meet Saturday, Oct. 3, .t hours of g:30 a m. and 3 p.m. LEWIS JACKSON and Mrs. Beverly Magee, president of the Gainesville Club.
I 3:30: at the home of the We believe that SI per cent of $269
directress p.m., Mrs P. L. Scott, of the registered voters must bring Funeral services for Lewis Members of Soroptimis I t and Miss Barbara Thrall, Projects discussed I Includi l

6M S. W. Sr 'Street. in at least one person to tile Jackson, who died at Ocala Clubs representing JacksonvIlle, Chairman flf Area Workshops service to youth, senior .citi
The dues are to be paid In office and get him or her rei following lingering illness on Leesburg, Ocala, Orlando and all of Jacksonville; and Mrs zens, families In need, refugees -
full during the meeting. !Istered.There are more than 9, Sept 25, will be held at the Sec- GainesvIlle, held a works hop Beulah M. Geiger of Leesburg foreign students, supporting
ond Bethel Church A buffet luncheon was served
registered Baptist at
000 Negroes already
the United Nations
Kirkwood Oct. 4 at 11 recently at the Gainesvlll 1 by the Gainesville Soroptimist
NOTICE here in this county, which: I Is a. m. UNESCO, the Foster Parent GOLDEN RIPE.BANANAS
All members of the Female the highest ever. A last minute He was the father of Mrs. Clara Utility Operation Center. Club. Program and the study of local

Protective Convention's choir effort by everyone could push Mae Holden, Gainesville; "Membership Classificationas Dr. Joyce Cooper, vicepresident state and national government ..,
are asked to meet at the Grea us past the 6,000 mark, which brother of Robert Hall, 2011 N. the morning program presented of the local club, presented and political Issues.
E. Sth Place, Gainesville; Mrs. by a panel which Included the afternoon
er Ft. Clark Baptist Church will represent more than two project en- .
Oct 5, at I p.m.ACQUAINTENCE. thirds of the eligible persons Liller Alexander, Mrs. Rosa Miss Ethel Peterson entitled, "Programming." She
qualified to register. Bath, Mrs Ruby Martin, all Jetuenant Governor of the discussed the many characteriatlcs ..Y
MEETINGThe Each one bring one, and we Urkwood.; Mrs. Geneva Southern Region, Mrs. Gladys of Soroptlmlsm.
Parent Teacher Assoc\ will keep the lines moving Into tlveria Beach; and FlOYd'j Given Chairman of Extension Group meetings followed the IOe LB. -
L. V. na Perry, Gould. Committee Southern Region
ation acquaintance meeting- .t the office on Saturday. afternoon program at which I .
! the Bells Nursery School will Davis,Vice president; Alach I
time[ ,
be held today Oct. 2, at 8 p.m.I County Voters League. I project suggestions were
,I i the school.There discussed. Three subjects considered FULL HALF ,QUARTTOPP
will be a cake sale .t UNICEF were: to advance. the 1'1Ua'! .
the school Saturday morning.The CHOIRS UNION Program talus of women and to assist / Ass'o. Cold ,
cooperation of the public I iI The monthly Inspirational In developing the best conceptof and ChH". Cue :
and business meet and Ode Also
program patriotism love of country '0 a
asked. You place your orders
, may FR 2-3831. ing of the union will be held ; ; to develop a spirit 0 f Va'I'O&s. lada
by calling .
I, together at the Shady Grove friendship and unity COLA
The parents and also other interested Slated For I among
friends are asked to be Primitive Baptist Church, Non- FridayAn 'Soroptlmlsts of all c o u ntrles ..
day, Oct. S, at 8 p.m. F. G.: and contribute to International
present. Wingate, Sr. president; Mrs. F. understanding, and emphasise .."
D. Shannon, secretary; Mrs. A. service and human understand-
ALACHUA NEWS M. Pridgen, program chairman appeal to all people of more about UNICEF are invited .I Inw. IOTTLI

The Jerusalem Baptist Asso ; Mrs. G. L. Souder, re- good will who feel concern for to this meeting. -,, --_....._..
elation has begun at the St. the world's sick and hungry In Gainesville, the U N I CEF .,
Matthew Baptist Church here ter. children will be made Fri d a y Halloween program will be organized PLUS DEPOSIT : ,.
and lasts to Oct. 4. Rev. Odom, morning, at the Fall meeting ofthe by the Christian World j At _
host pastor. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. United Church Women Inthe Relations Committee of tile C
Carmel Baptist The Holy Trinity Episcopal ParIsh United Church Women and the BAVARIAN SELECT '
ARCHER NEWSTo choirs will have their rehearsal Hall by Mrs. Thomas G. International Relations Committee
Bold Anniversary today, I p.m. Sunday School, lichen, Christian World Relations of the Junior Woman'. Club. A Special 1 Purchase Of BEER6IOTTLI
Lodge No. $ will hold Its an. ':30 a.m.; morning worship, Chairman. "Children go to bed hungry
niversary at the SL James Baptist lam.;"' Baptist Training Union A filmstrip on UNICEF and s every night in Asia, Africa FINE STAINLESS STEELDINNERWARE t
Church on Oct. 11 here. $30: p.m.; and evening I i discussion of the "Trick or Latin America and the Middle
worship Communion, 7 p. m. rest" for UNICEF program on East. For our own children,
VERY ELThomas There wiU be mid week Meditation Halloween will be presented it Is a Joy and a source of gratifIcation '
Horace Blye, of 82S Services Tuesday, 7.N AD persons wishing to know to share their Hallo 89c
N. E. 8th Ave., Is very 111 In p.m.; Youth Forum Wednes- ween 'Treats' with them In the r
the Alachua General Hospit a L day, 7:30: pm. and also the form of coins, which will provide PLUS DEPOSIT I
Friends art asked to visit him. choIr will have Its rehearsal 5p.m. Fall Dance Set desperately needed food

.; Teachers' Meeting Thurs.day and medicine," Mrs. Mitchell
SPECIAL NOTICE 7:30: p.m.; and the choirs By Sisterhood said. BAVARIAN SILICTBEER
Breakfasts will be served in wm again have their rehearsal I She has asked that all Interested
the dining room of the Shad] Friday, I p.m. Rev. T.A The Sisterhood Organists Ion persons, parents church
Grove Primitive Baptist each Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W. of 1 the B'nsl Israel Congregation and youth leaders club officers '
Sunday from I a.m. to I a.mon Hamm .
reporter.ML will hold Its annual Fall and other potential program
behalf! of the church, Mrs. Pleasant Methodist Dance at the Educational Cen- sponsors contact her at home or
0 Shannon, reporter.DUNNELLONNEWS. F'I There will be Love Feast today ter Building, 3115 NW Uth Avenue at the First Methodist Church
7:30: p.m. Church School, Saturday at I p.m. office. FULL,
130: ..m.; morning worship, The Ray Wolfe Trio will prIvide > Specially prepared Halloween 2 69 -
Rev. R. J. Galnous. pastor of Communion, 11 a.nu and Evening the music and refresh- collection cartons, posters and a
the Shady Grove Primitive Bap- worship, Communion, 7 menu will be served. Adios!.- other publicity materials will be

p.m. Rev. W.M. Ferguson, pasor. alon is 83 per couple. distributed PLUS DEPOSIT

Greater Ft Clark Baptist
created in theTROPICS Sunday School with Super. UF Auxiliary Luncheon Set PALSY BLUI RIBBONBEER
tendent McKinley Cook hi

charge, 10 a.m.; preaching, 11 WednesdayDr.
..m.; and preaching again,
/ Communion, 3 p.m. Henry Miles
Is asking all choir members Samuel P. Martin, provost president requests that members Your Choice of Thrto
to be present. You are always of the J. Hillis Miller attend In their auxiliary
welcome. Rev. W. A. Miles, Medical Center, will be guest uniforms. Lovely PO"Ir.tI BORDEAUX
pastor; Mrs. Mayola Chatnan, speaker for the first fan luncheon Reservations for the luncheon 6 PAK $109GINNISSII
reporter. meeting of the UF Hospital will close. Sunday evening. I COMET and SPLENDOR CANS

Emanuel Baptist S u nday Auxiliary Wednesday. Members should make their!
School, 10 ..m. and morning The luncheon, 'set for U:t5I.m. reservations with Mrs. Raymond By Stanley'

worship, 11 am. Choir No. 2 ., will be held in the pri- Tasslnarl, Mrs. Donald $IO9S
wW hold its rehearsal Monday, Roberts
ate dining room of the. Center. Goodman or Mrs. K e a a e th
UI: pjn; and there will be Mrs.: William F. JmentI": Bzoch.
prayer meeting Tuesday, 7:31 Service for 8

I p.m. Ie,. T. D. Davis pastor; plus 2,, Serving Pieces BEER
Irs. M. E. Middleton, report-
cIalr 6le ere Rummagesore Rushees REG. $3995Wooden

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CMIMIIa tae's c-- (ey.r.r morning worship, 11 a'orldwidt m. Chest only. $5.95
I f...... wh's terse Communion Sunday Mrs C.: Wesley Lambert, Alpha Lambda Chapter of Beta 6 PAK 99cCANS
I...... as .fkde d esnrer.lond will be observed today In newly elected chairman ol St Sigma entertained CANS

I 1 law 7b.messier..esser.acsweer so her e.ewtee'Ndry' connection: with our regular I Joan's Circle: of SL Patrick's nonets at an Ice cream social CHESNUT OFFICE
worship services. Seven hundred Church, will be In charge el the,
usia fdS thtwehed recently at the home of Mrs.
What owr the weed,. million Christians around circle rummage sale Saturdayfroma Joe Bounds.
m.IN*,oVft....or...*.DMT the world will share to this en- 7 ajn. until seas at the Billy EQUIPMENT CO. INC. (Pictorial All Lars)
..*st-jtacl. (Meat*.....V*,* r I c 1111 I g universal fellowship rdsey LotMembers Featured guest speaker at
.... tile .......r..ede .. Rev. W. L. louder pastor are requested tobrtng a recent chapter meeting was
....... usable items to the. Parish Mrs. Mary Turner, who demonstrated 10* W. University Ave. ...... PI M42IIt's ICE CREAM :

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I, ,$2 ; Million. At Music Hall ContestPOMONA The .. Tiger Doesn't. Roar.,. .

By'BOB THOMAS films In search of likely attractions. Call (AP-Adults

AP Movie-Tekvlsloa Writer 1 with lungs leather. took turns b4...a
HOLLYWOOD (AP) ',- "Wei. Downing admitted that he was bellowing at a small herd of disdainful --- }'
son went out to dedicate dam. nisI back porch manner lack duces the of his ghosj'
W come to Uggum Studios, Mr, having more and more trouble swine at the Los Angeles O JCrni Bark fltonr* roar
"But we have more question the magic that turns crowds Into and stokes no.
Downing" Debbie Reynolds vehicles for the County Fair's bog-calling cham- Campaign writers to a purr
said breezily.. "How are things Music finding Hall's proper family audiences. plonshlp. Aboard the Goldwater than he has dams," be lIid. roused rabble, and he gave fire in the glands of any but"
first dayIt
Train-0n Part of the crowd laughed. The them
at your little old the.tert"That ReasonHollywood's continuing "Wboo, pigs!" yelled one. an eight-minute speech the most devout
like this: his wife
was candidate introduced touching on 10 major issues
was the itar'i !" hollered an Advertlwment)
Irreverent obsession with sex. 'Sooo-ey, soo-ey .
to Town: Marietta, Ohio Weather and warned the crowd away from war to welfare. These .
greeting Russel
Downing, "The worst problem Is finding other. : gray and drizzling Th from the tracks-"voters are were his people, but he I Is
of New
president Vork'i Radio a picture for Christmas and Not a pig moved. train had stopped beside tile too b.rd' to get to run over" more Scattergood Baines than
Music Hall i\\
City biggest movie Easter: be sighed. "That's Then stood a slim, blond TelephoneIs
house in the world. up brown brick lump of a trackaide -and the train creaked wee' the man on horseback, and lie ;
Uggum, she when we have religious pageants boy named Johnny. hoteL!
hotel ("A modern ward toward Athens throttles their enthusiasm with
explained In'the presence "of on the stage, and the pictures "Pigs?" he cried, In a clear, Since 1900.") confusion. FastWaitress
Rooms from 12. At Athens the drizzle had ,
studio head
Robert 'Weltman "
must be acceptable to the voice, "Piggy, piggy!
was the term the workers used whole family. Fortunately for young Half a dozen big porkers Somebody with brsss lung stopped, but the hecklers were He introduced his wife, and '
for MGM behind ,the ,boawi this Christmas have 'Father stood on the back platform thicker. "Even Johnson Is better the train creaked westward to
we loaned across the pig pavlllian '
backs telling the crowd that Barry than Goldwater" one big Blanchester, birthplace of Rep. !
Goose which Is warm
a comedy in answer to the can, oinking
Downing was charmed with with Cary Grant, Leslie The crowd applauded.That Goldwater "needs" Rany Met placard read. Others linked his Clarence J. Brown, whose service Title, Telephone I Ia Ih!. fastest
Miss happily. calf In Congress, and out on to Hitler's and illustratedit In the House of Md it,.
Reynolds, a* well he might Caron and a bunch of kids. how 4-year-old John name Representatives waitress you vr taw. '
be. He had come to California to .At the MGM luncheon Down. Mangrtth was, of Pomona, won the the fringes a gray-haired wo- :with skull and crossbones. dates from the preCambrian doesn't take a.tip

mark the achievement of "The log told Debbie that ta 1950 be. 19M bog-calling trophy Wednesday man was chastising seven lit'tie Senator Goldwater said he had age. .Looking downon These are two of the reason
Unsinkable Molly Brown girls who had brought placards been looking forward to the station's red brick .
had asked for her to appear In a really plai why Kings Food Host, started lot
which Just closed at the Music DEBBIE REYNOLDS"We stage show with "The Daughter ; the 195S cham- advertising Lyndon John- seeing Athens and plugged the form, the Ohio Lycurgus recal. yean ego has proved to successful

Hall. In 10 weeks it grossed $2. of Rosy O'Grady," her first Runner-up Sarah E.was Shaffstall of Cu- IOD", local candidates ("You know ed when he had cleaned the' that It It now on* of the I
001,567 for the highest theater are the only theater in film. But Warner Brothers said pion, Is 85. "You Just think about cor- OWe," and "I don't have to say bank cuspidors up the street 61, attest growing restaurant groups j

take in movie history for that the world that still has a stage :she bad left the studio for MGM. camonga.winner's She father .Is an ruption in Government," the anything here about ,Pet years ago and blinking his eye in the country..

period. show," he says proudly. "And "Yes," she recalled with relIsh The woman was saying "It's bad Abele"). and finding not a sob In him, .
The Reynolds vehicle broke we are the only theater that "I was supposed to get a agent of the U.S. Internal Revenue calling to have a corrupt man In gov- Clearly annoyed by the hec introduced Senator Goldwat At every booth at King's a telephone J

the record held by "That Touch never buys movies without $10 raise to $75 a week.."J. L. Service, and admits to eminent. Just think of that." lera' attempts to draw him as to "the finest people on this old II placed In conjunction with
of Mink" and became the tint seeing them." Warner decided I wasn't worth bogs, n ow and then, as a Then, turning to another weman the war candidate he tried to earth of ours"Goldwater the beautifully-colored and light.dmenu.

Music Hall attraction to pap He sifts through all the major t"DINING bobby _failed I : "They might as well be explain, "particularly for the plugged "Ollie" i
the $2 million mark. Among those'who to for Al Capone." Harsh talk, but teenagers," that be advocated' and "Clarence," then produceda The customer, MIen ready to I

No man is more courted by place was a Marine. from Camp no harsher than many of the strength only to'preserve the brown notebook and began order, simply picks up the phone

I the film Industry than Downing.A Peodleton, Calif, who said he heckling: signs which sprouted peace. He speaks In the calm, reading quotations from the and gives his selection to the

date at the Music Hall not & practiced bog .calling at night In from the crowd as Senator !.almost gentle cadences of the works of Hubert H. Humphrey. operator. At the some time It Is

only means big money, for a the barracks. Goldwater emerged from his neighbor sipping a beer on the Senator Humphrey, he monitored by speakers over the
movie's An expert explained Johnny'svictory suggested In the kitchen and the food Isrnmediately
gross; it also carries private car back porch, but the soothing effect in his gentle way, was an grill
prestige which Impresses theater this way: to die is diluted by his penchant placed on the ttov.
ENTERTAINMENT "It ain't the volume that I "I'm too young oneread. abysmal fellow who wanted
men throughout the country. And, "Goldwater for violence for powerful statements, and in Communist China In the United This SYlt.m'll quit. a tlme-sov.
Downing, who has been with counts, but the appeal of your and poverty," "Barry the next breath he was tellingthe Nations and a soclaDst a r, because you do not have to
the Music Hall for almost! all of < 5a tldilim voice. You got to make the loves bombs," "Help AUH20 crowd it should be worryIng In the United States.economy wait until a waitress 'Is free to

Hi 13-year history guards thetheater's hawgs think you" have something stamp out peace." (Ed. Note: about World War IV. I These were Clarence Brown's iloce your order. She does not

reputation jealously. for them. AUH20 is chemical formula forIOld "We are at war today," he people, and the candidate ex- have to writ. down your order

and water. Senator Gold- said, suggesting that World plained that he was warning and return ta the kitchen- Tilli,

water was glad to be In Marietta War m was already r upon 'us them against Hubert Humphrey lift* telephone operator, It already -

"The oldest city in the !In Viet Nam. "11 it weren't for because Brown had told him In the kitchen.

I r %) Northwest Territory," and after you young people," he, went on, that was what they wanted toM I Of course, there are waitresses
y K t5. plugging the local candidates, "I would have quit politics long, warned against. The proton and busboys on the floor at all
'have!" times, to bring your water, eating
"You should
he declared himself for Social ago" of course, was that, In utensils, and your order and to
Security, denounced crime, pro touted a heckler. The senator his gentle way, Senator Gold- keep your table spotlessly clean
mised the teen-agers that he Introduced his wife and thetrain water really provoked no excess -
'The minimum time loved Is
let them b e creaked westward to ChI
would never of passion against Hum- considered to b. three to five
tnrouifiii to war and ticked off :icothe phrey. One suspected, In fact, minutes much more In torn
P' President Johnson.' At Chlllicothe: the crowd was that he might not be above a ases.

;? ; .. ,*"lit,I Every time Republicans rabid big, sympathetic and ready for bout of gentle good fellowshipwith ,In Gainesville. King's, at 1430
1 mot"r "Y a question, he said, John- :rousing, but the senator's ge- Humphrey back In the Senate S.W. 13m St, there art seats for
; over 260 people, Most of these
;: dining room except for the
e are In four and six party booths
; r.l' "i'; ..' r'i SILVER COINS exigencies: of the campaign. because King's prldrs itself' on bemu -
?' .. ; 'i"p; The senator Introduced h I. The Home of Friendly Family
wife and said farewell to Blan- Dining" There art a few eight-
ON THE WAY OUT? chester and the train creaked party booths and a small numberof
r E stools for singles or couples'
toward safe Republican Berber

t''I WASHINGTON (AP) The silver Is related to the shortageof In Cincinnati. It bad not been a the Another relionc.reason upon for a small speed butoried Is

:1:; Treasury is considering proposals coins, but It is far more basic bad day, but It was scarcely a menu which ol'ows fast
"' : to reduce or eliminate the long-range problem, than the triumph.It reparation and ..,vir,. The menu
In coins.treasUry' had also Illuminated the Includes hambur"ernaViches;
silver in silver coins, authoritative temporary pinch
of several kind,
", Goldwater dilemma His rrirn rims,
believe opponents
officials they
sources said today. French .
'If' fries shol-f and soft
q t' have time to wrestle with the have labeled him dangerous drinks
The change In the nation'sbasic but his gentleness
y many-sided problem because re Adv
would require -
silver policy
.. government supplies total about 1-
years. 1.35 billion ounces. This is I
FSU apparently are undecided enough to supply nonCommunist -
Quceii-to-Be F' whether to' ask Congress to world demands for several GENERAL GAINES
merely reduce the amount of
One of these lovely girls will be Florida State University' homecoming queen when she Is crowned at silver In coins, or to replace it years but the demand is ...
officials believe ..
the annual POW WOW next Friday night The other girls win serve u her royal court. From left to right with another metal growing and ." ,-- -' -'. ..
I taken advance '
should be In
art Sally Sparks, West Palm Beach; Sue Manger Pompano Beach 'Dottle :Kohlraan, North Miami. ; Sheila However, there seems to be action : :

Clarke, Winter Park; and Jan Brantley. Jacksonville. (AP Wirephoto) no doubt that the present high They of have the danger been studying point. the STEAK ROOM b LOUNGE ,..

rate of coinage will consume the .J; ;\
problem of changing the metal .::.:: \
Treasury's stockpile In a fewears. content of dunes, quarters and -1
Fla. BoomIn 'Daniel Boone Old Hat, Jr. Deputy half-dollars the ones that

Ironically, the recognition of a contain silver for more thana

Even for 12-Year-Olds silver shortage comes shortly year ,
Population, Signing Vp
after Congress directed the Here are some aspects of. the
Mint to resume production of dilemma
ProblemPLANT By CYNTHIA: LOWRYAP princess Is no Cherokee, but a Registration Is now going on silver dollars for the first timein An announcement' that the

Big TV-Radle Writer whit child brought up by the for the Junior Deputy Sheriffs 30 years. The 45 minion cartwheels silver content of coins would be

chief after her parents bad been dub at the Boys' Club. Deputy will contain more than reduced might cause more .
CITY(AP) Mayor NEW YORK (AP) Test dispatched by a raiding band. ol Ed MacCleDan said that 43 boys 32 million ounces of silver hoarding and collecting of the t
Parker and his coonskin I
Haydon Burns of Jacksonville, cap an nonCherokees. attended the first sessions of '
jack .and the resemblance 01 The potential shortage of present_silver coins.
i Democratic candidate for the fall season.In .
this season's new "Danle Just when things looked
addition to'receiving Instruction -
said Thursday Florldi'i Boone" ,to another season'i blackest the object of all this i
In law enforcementand
population Is growing rapidly Davy Crockett la nothing short fuss slipped out of the stockade members will DRIVE-IN j
will of and ran back to her Indian foster organization SUBURBIATONITI
It "take the best minds into amazing
father. And she told Daniel be given Instruction SIEVING. LUNCH FROM 11:30 til 2:00
state" to solve the resulting And, it should be added, the It wasn't the color of the skin drill by members of the Arnold 1900 S.W. Jth St phone FR 6-S2M,

problems. resemblance of the Thursday that mattered but It was where Air Society of the University of .SATURDAY Showtime 7:00
NBC aerie. to thoM Air Force ROTC under
plots Florida
lie told a crowd at a fish fry night the heart was. Admission $1.00-No Passes
of 1.001 TV tales before It li the direction of Cadet Com-
that Florida currently has a 77Mai ,- pretty remarkable too All ol Surely there must be a more mander Ronald King Cadet

Junior college enrollment and which adds up to a presumptionthat I rewarding way to spend the Captains Sanford Sadja and 1 1 1 I I 1 n e t tt1AO.OOIONYNINYER

.. students In tow-year In.Ututlon. kids of the coonskin cap early part of Thursday evening Richard Solloway will serve as

.. These figures will be age win love It than watching this sort of non- drUllnltructora. !4 pNEIIAMA lnlant DRIVE-IN .THEATRE
same, even for 11-year olds. are divided 1TARS1
two-and-a-half times greater In The Junior Deputies ee9r
The highly fictionalised treatment 2 73 .';'svrrWuo Rood' Rt. 20 Mono FR -5011
six years, he said. constructed around the Recommended weekend viewIng into two groups. The 10-13( ,earohrsclolfl |

life of real American pioneer : group meets each Thursday at STARTS TONITI!
'It borders a .
on being Impossible
4 I pra and the 14 18 group o,.. alt s-siren .e 700 SMASH HITS!
to build the plants and get Is not entirely without'Interestto Tonight Bob Hope Theatre meets each Thursday at I p.m. see area res. A. ttt0 FIRST AREA RUN
qualified faculty members to. the student of television. SatIn NBC 130-9 M Eastern Daylight
: : Club.
provide education to that many the period of the American TIm., "Think Pretty," a muat- at the Boys' n.. The hoIire i5 g ttngy

t stadeota," said Burns. Revolution ("Daniel BOOM" is a cal with Fred AstaIre and Bar : 9.9e sston
sort of horseless Western. At.atTIn
rle Chase "The Jack
Ha said the population boom : Benny a
will also affect hospitals, housing But It breaches the code of the Program." NBC I:30-10, with e Set.

business and Industry, Western seriously because ta Lucille Ball as guest star. BOX OffICIONNS :00 I
this version, the mighty woodsman Skews 1)30.4:40, 1:00

"No one man, be he governor Is a happily married fellow Saturday. "Hollywood I ,.......................,
or anybody else, has ill the answers who lives with his pretty wife Palace, ABC ':>>-10:30: p.m., a.11A .. \

," he said "It's gnlnu Intake I and two children In a settlement with Maurice Chevalier as host 1iE. t..E! I ,

the best minds In the state It must be a pretty sophisticated Sunday "30th Century," tasty NIGHT

to solve these problems. settlement, because oCBS, M 30 p.m., exploring the
his wife obviously Is able to buy violent world of professional big
told his b:1[
Bums audience east Hillsborcugh .- ,mascara and eye liner and has league Ice hockey and its play. :
County that he
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of the Industry for a Jug of rum and a .bom of THI QUARTETTE

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DEAR ABBY: My Julius is the only man in our crowd who .f freedom. Your mother may mesa well, but she is doing Ar THAT MANY MESS W? A 5EMRATC MUtACLETO PUTTING OP <1>( IT-AT TEETH 9ACt IN? VE THE MUST SOUNDGR REINPORCE OOFlN6::

doesn't dance. He never 1.1 r a. d,, and be won't yes far mere harm than O good.. O TNEM THEM
even try. He just says he doesn't have any rhythm. I 7061THERH
told him I didn't care whether he had rhythm or not, I only DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a father who picks on ? _
\ wanted him to get out on the dance floor and walk around his 15-year-old son so much that the boy would rather be anywhere -.y" yr

I with me so I wouldn't have to tit and watch everyone else but home That's my problem. He is a good boy, ; -'.
t dance. Nothing can budge him. He's not old. He is 42. He says Abby, and he's never given us any trouble but his father is
I I knew he wasn't Gene Kelly when I married him. Don't you constantly picking on him for something. I think I know why ;r.
think it he'really loved me he would try? too. My husband bald and our son has a beautiful head of (1 t JStt 'S
I JULIUS'S WIFE blond wavy hair., TIle boy goes to the barber shop every /

E DEAR WIFE*: His "...." for JIll 'has nothing to de with week without fail, and keeps his hair washed and combed at 't tp lI r
J I Us refusal to dance. CM ell Us back and yea might have aj all times. I just know that every time my husband looks at :
i better chance of getting him ii Ms feet the boy he gets mad because he Is so envious. Our son li a : 1o j
good student and he wanted to go to college. But now he can'twait '

I f DEAR ABBY: I am II years old and am considered responsible to Join the service to get away from his father. What GOT ONE MORE I CANTTHATB .

and will-behaved by everyone but my mother. She should I do? rOBlAST.SNUFfV" HELP NE NONE- )WHAT
J concerned. She that I HIS MOTHER DID NE GIT I AINT SOT / YOU
doesn't trust me where boys are lays AUTH'STUMPS \BUT 1 RUN OUT
am too young to have anything to do with boys. I have been DEAR MOTHER: Wait anSI year husband Is la a good OFFVOR6 1 OF DYNAMITE NO DYNAMITE /THINKS
asked for dates by several nice boys but I have had to refuse mood and that have a heart-to-heart talk with him. Dews attempt SLOWED PROPITTr LONZO? STICKS
one of them because of my mother's strictness.My to reform Ma vemlfht with yew amateur analysis
father every is no help because he doesn't believe i hi taking sides. (yea could be wrong), bat do prevail epos him to exercise I c, r)1
little more patience with V-t boy.
Can you help me
- DEAR BABIED: Yenr mother should be talked to BABIED by someone DEAR ABBY: When a ibyearold girl goes for a ride In a !t t

whose Judgment she respects. In my eplata U yon are car with a boy, how close should she sit to him?

considered a well-behaved responsible girl, yon shield certainly CRITICIZED
, be allowed to date. Girls wbo have been denied the DEAR CRITICIZED: Close enough to talk but not close ;

experiences of dating go wild when they get their first taste enough .. be talked about.I .

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1 .IN: 0 Well's Fargo Rachel and Don Wilson Dill 0 Line, The Ueahenried0Deaala \ my O D Spear.Mr. Magus esuY m dtTT I AMRICIA lvW1cOiN0 MR 6ANTILLMs$ es e IRKK KsiaOALV'CALlvoLUNa1Re0tQ
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: Frasier. Charlie: Art 0Toachdowall.M0The of "Treasure Island"Magoo aRLIv iwaal soar vim NMatoeittiI'
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':11 e News, Sports (Color) Jack's guests are 00 Pre Game Dew The marooned 'lnhIbl-
j' Weather0Saasktoe comedian: Jackie Vernon, 11:110 0 CeHege 1'...... tants start thinking about ,
Almaaae sportscaster Joe Garaglola Holy Croat vi. Syracuse some permanent form e, :

':11. News Highlights and humorist Malcolm at Archbald Stadium In shelter, and they set out :
Muggeridge, Garagbla Syr cune. to build communal but
.:. 0 0 0 News
B Using Naaiben7.N Joins Paar In a humorous 12:. O Newt I to serve at I living quarters. .
salute to baseball that Includes -
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films of past ladiaas vs. Yankees
"Gone But Not Forgotten World Serlia and All. Dizzy Dean conducts the 0 Addams Family I \INN"' ''''''' A I'
Tancy b pleased to Star games. Muggeridge, pre game Interview .!WItheD Uncle Fester feels neglected Ju 1_ OST i WMIA'T T.INA N4 VouRPa'l 1'Mcu 1JC..U'1'."KMO reWt \1'CAr1Le
leant that his silver mini former editor of the BrI- with PeeWee and so takes toreading OUT ON A HAvu SAD WGKi.i 1 '1'ARTiNQ ouT I "1
?, In Virginia\ City is beginnIng tish magazine Punch, discusses Reese from Yankee the lonely hearts THoUSAN-DUI *..lusTwH TATx TOMORROW S
tar pay off. But he the coming US. Stadium. column. H.', seeking solace t7EAL aTLat
soon has reason for con- ", elections and the "Mods" Last regular.season Sat and a wife. Mor- 1 r ) 4.'
cern-It seems Uut' hit and "Rockirs Britains 1 urd"I11.jor league baseball tlcla: Carolyn Jones. J
name is also gracing i two leading teen-age telecast Comes: John Astln. Fester

,.tombstone in the Virginia groups. Vernon presents JII. O Football Scoreboard : Jackie Coogan. Wednesday -
City-graveyard. a humorous monolog. : Lisa I Lorlng S
J:. O lavislble Man 1
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AnderNewsboy .
O What's New Mr. Carver: Merry
"The Wonderful War 0 Lucky
ChildrenEskimo/ : Robert Nunn.
Arts and.Crafts' It seems a strange coincidence I.N O NFL Cennldewa to '
when an English Kicked '.N 0 O Movie LLt1S sIN
of Canada.B .
Glenn Reeves businessman and the 0 Sileat Service (Color) Saturday Night .t
ruler of a Middle Eastern the Movies: "Strstegl tc -- nwt. '
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time murdered. SiN 0 Outlaws first movie of the new LITltNONtY ISHOULDN'T tot rRatEt 1010 BC'MLL IRANI.1 RHMauNG N IUlallridIT'I W1TM JOMI rlUNlef-ANO! TNRtt
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was taped behind -, former Bpilot give WT NIGHTI I DON'T Oafigi JlMfO MR IIAVINT iN4CLD ,LAC[ wt CAN'TTDaclNtlr cove Wlia.J
the Iron Curtain ii I I1NBBBNewsWeather. (Final Telecast.) up his baseball career 1 to AMONDAfUI Mrt1Ml>rlUfI SINCt ArpORa R N 1N[ IOOHTQL
Prague. It includes Ma Spurts |:N 0 rUatotoaes Join the Strategic\ Air I
; lids 0 Mevto Doable" 0 Porter Wsgeeer
let, tamer of 10 lions; UM Command. (Two hours.
ladder balancing .Flail I Feature ':11 0 Fishing Faa 20 mint) Cast Includ: I 4
family: Blanks and Eva, ,1. "Cry of the Hunted. 0 News, Sports, James Stewart, June Ak
l.yeu.old contortionists: (Drama UU A Penitentiary Weather lyson, and Frank Leva. 1 1tj 4

the hlghwlre act of the officer chases a 0 News, Sports, Joy.
fugitive through Louisiana
Berondlal family; and B Mr. Broadway"Nightingale
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the .two pvorakoyi fmii- Gassman Barry Sullivan 1':U 0 News, .Weather, for Ssle." f
lies performing balancing PoUy Bergen William. Sports A former blgtlme gang
feats. Host: Don AmecheM .Conrad t "Brain .:. 0 Newt .ter thinks Mike Bell It

( milt i i from Planet Areas." B Deputy the best public relations f TNi ioiasti
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U trailbou Favor radioactivity coming ea la In Jill awaiting him get his niece en the 1 +wa AA TNa+IiKAwe
and while using it in INTM
from a mountain. trial operatic stage. ..neat.aafMKl
self-defense he sends the John Agar Joyce Mea 0 Daniel Bo... AdI I II:. G ....II. I
father of four children to takes bun
dows. (Two hours 41 .bIn Cyrus Degler a
his to Quint to
grave. mla) 'Tekawltha McLeod. A whip just
0 To .. Aa.e.aeedB renegade haa-breed kidnaps warn him to stay away e i
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Combe sn Indian princess from his daughter. Susan.II .
':11 0 Lead Of Their Own Variety sod effirt her to' the :N 0 Detorttves
S:. 00MBfColor liM0MevJa-Oraaui BooneivOle settlers for a The Ltttla Witness."
( ) Fred Astaire and "Untamed Youth." (1M7) Jug of rum. His offer to at Bobby Man says he
Barrie Chase dance againIn Two sisters are arrestedfor first refused, but .... heard t couple of gangsters
Think Pretty," vagrancy .aid .& '0 BOOM discovers that I be planning a murder.Bobby's .
O Enlertafawrsla : a youth farm. Mamie princess really la no In- mother thinks be
a sketch, Carol Bur Van Doren. Lori Nelson! dan Daniel Fens Park has been watching too

nett plays a "Lucky John Russell, Don Bur er. Yadkin: Albert Sal- much TV. 1 pwv 'Too
Bride" who suddenly nell W min.) mUMlngo: Ed Ames. .. II:. 0 0 News, Sports, I C5Mw
fears that everything will SATURDAY .: Patricia Blatr.I Weather E mace. { ?DcI'TMee ear. lIatt1/
go wrong on her wedding Memtog and Aftonoee :. 0 Mews "Ice Palace." Based on i n a* Art/ I SaN NcnaJ Rs MLTrMNt'1 /
day. Don CrichUm Joins ':11 0 Untoa Padfle0Snattos 7.N 0 Ensign O'T.... Edna Ferber's bestseller w / vrxiCAMSPMP
the Ernie Platt dancersin geanestor Someone seems to think this film covers Alaska's I

a inodera-jaa ballet ,:. B today School Fern OToola is a girl and that struggle from the end of \co i : .
Caterina Valente, Bob B Comedy Capers someone has been sending World War I to Us stole- I oeU ,
Newhart Jack Burns the ensign some very hood. Richard Barton
':11 0 Ames UN Fence ;
Dom Deluise. John Dav feminine presents. Robert Ry... (Two hours,, nO
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UDett, Lee Hale singers lanky aad His II:. 0 ......

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biologist, discovers t Fred MacMurray. Ana .
the Houston Sjnnphny ':11 0 Science Flctoa Theater deadly scorptan fish In Baxter Burt lees (Mmas.

Orchestra\ this 0AMaj Coral Key Park and ar. .) POerf fill"It a'tassn.. r wags A. ,.
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poem laValse. tool series features the VttamkM, spit ..... and. the Navy Deportment -
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|:. 00JackBes.y ..." a enper-eaatt cub bees 'HeOer \Wroducei I er many yean at service. .
Jack receives a visit fromLuciD ...., kao* Ida ewe the sketches: It .I Ray Mi laad. Braes) L .
Sal). lua not door strength. ....... Dual's aO ant war will I ........ t "Pbaatoa
neighbor. Luc* recconu. iKarl cidssT Banter a ketchup bottle a chin I of the Opera. A ashcan GAMIN'r
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'vert's rife. 1ft' cb Cos previdea the voice a faadiar problem: and I maniac. Neim Eddy,
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By ANTHONY LEWIS conferences In full. Any station rule among other things -I I
WASHINGTON that did so would have to grant "bona fide news Interviews" or
The Federal .
1 Communication Commission equal air time not only to Sen "on-the-spot coverage of bona I ,
ruled Thursday that any radioor Barry Goldwater but to the fide news events." The question I the
television station carrying nominees -perhaps up to 10 in was whether presidential press Funny things ,
President Johnson's news conferences number of minor parties. conferences came within either
most grant equal time Because there is no practicalway of those categories.The .-
to other presidential candidates. of editing a press confer- majority found that the
The vote was 4 to 3 for this ence as it occurs, live broadcasts conferences were not "Inter-I
new and striking Interpretationof will be most unlikely for views" within the statute because ,
the equal Urn law. Network the remainder of this year's political they were not "regularly
executives called the result an campaign.In actual practice scheduled" and were not controlled that make
obstruction to Intelligent coverage the networks have seldom by the broadcaster.Those a newspapermore
of public affairs. broadcast the President's press element were mentioned .-
,The ruling will not affect any conferences in full as they oc In a congressional. report on
station's right to carry excerpts curred. the 1951 law.
from a presidential press The issue before the commission And the majority'rejected
conference as part of a regular was the meaning of 1959 any exemption of press, conference )
news program. The F.C.C. said amendments to the U27 law coverage as bona fide "
stations could do so in the exercise which requires stations to grant news eventa.'U that were done, ,, ,
of their' "bona' fide equal time to candidates for It said,"the equal time rule interesting ,: : :, ,
news Judgment" public office. would be a sham because. stations ,
The effect will be,however toprevent In an effort to make the lawless could cover the activities
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m'Nan W rk mbllr; either party gained more than. what'sthat

By JOHN &. MORRIS 25.Both parties are concentrating
WASHINGTON The JRe- on "marginal" congressional number?
districts this as usual.
publicans once given an outside year
chance to win control of These are districts that one
the House of Representatives party or the other won by lest
this year, are now confronted than U per cent of the total POND IT IA$l..t
with the prospect of moderateto vote in the last election. Of II
severe losses. such districts 41 are now Dem- WITH A OATBSTILaWHONI i r 1
ocratic and 40 are Republican. '
While it Is early for confident I In most of them close contests INOBX
predictions,'the consensus of are being fought. There .
political experts here Is that are also close races In non-
the Democrats are likely to marginal districts.: Altogether, ,
score a net gain of at least according to well-posted political .
10 House seats In the .No,. 1 analysts roughly H to
elections.If 100 districts can be classified .
President Johnson should aa vulnerable to party turnover ,
win the main event as handsomely this year.
as the polls now Indicate ,
some experts believe his Lrr
party might add 20 more votes ['COUNTDOWN1 i' 'r'
to its House majority.
The Republicans, however, for citizenship
are conceding: nothing at this ,
stage of the campaign. Their wtwrvvor .....).. a .......1
avowed goal still Is to gain numerical Teat tW M....p1..1...desist A
superiority in the 1 DAY teach. .t jwr fat*...tile MM LitnuUra
House although they acknowledge Tinder prigs ........tea Mice '
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by nothing abort ofa landslide LEFT TO ".lk, JimMr.r makeshift IIM.Ckoto -
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victory by their presidential .FriMd...fLM.17'JOl I :
candidate, Barry Goldwater. REGISTERDiMOCRATK _
The present lineup is 254 ClaM,ae.t.l pte.Bout xUMMtImMk ,'
Democrats and 170 Republicans Ie aa, See A*.M r Tell :

211 needed for a majority the S
Republicans would have to pickup LAST DAY CO.,
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Upswings el such magnitude WSNUMie..fIVa..c.-J......../.. 1W W. University Avt.. j'
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i. .Gators. LSU in Vital Conference Game I

By JOE HALBERSTEIM LSU has a host of standout get no closer than LSU's 47- rid Strange, 6-J, S5: and Rend VI, 179 pounds, Is a 11 runnerin three team setup, a two Way and LSU's Moreau have hauled
Sun Sports Editor football players led by quarterback yard line all.night long Prudhomme. M, 243, guards: '. the 100 yard dash. White unit, an offensive Go in a flock of passes in two
BATON ROUGE. La. Flo- Pat Screen, a HI US A Hitch with Euffin Rodrlgue $A 205; The Gators are not lacking In team and the famed Chinese games. Casey has caught nine
t t rida'i Gators and Louisiana )' pound Junior quarterback. center; the Caters will counter. backfield strength of their own. Bandits on defense. one for a touchdown. Moreau
The to match
/ Galore figure
State'i Tigers both sporting' Screen, who did not play Florida's linemen are Barry Florida will operate with a twin The Bandits are well fixedas has snagged eight.
2-0 records will clash at I p. against the Gators last year be- the Tiger front line in desire as Brown and Lynn Matthews; quarterback attack sophomore Simmons Is at one tackle Along with Casey, the Gators
m. Saturday (Gainesville time) cause of a shoulder Injury wen as In depth. Florida may ends, Dennis Murphy and Sydney Steve Spurrier and senior Tom Walt Pillow and Charles Moore will go on offense with Gary
, .In a vital Southeastern Confer- which sidelined him for seven have an edge In standout backfield MacLean. tackles; Bill Shannon. ends; Mike Vincent and Rodrl- Thomas at end. Randy Jackson
ence game.A games is off to. brilliant Rkhbourg, guard, Roger Pet Spurrier can kick pass and toe linebackers: and Mickey and John Whatley tackles:
'sellout crowd of II.I to start. two platoon plan to and Jack Card, linebackers.TwoPrMged run adequately; Shannon Cox at guard Pillow is 215. Larry Gagner and Larry Beckman -
} .will watch the contest in bugs In LSU's M triumph over of play has produced a defensive Attack boasts the experience that Moore 200; Cox, 240; Vincent, guards, Bill Carr, cen-
Tiger Stadium which oaet Texas A M and M victoryover unit that has thwarted every Brown Richbourg: Murphyand comes with three years of facing 195. ter.
again will be the noisiest grid- Rice, Screen has run for attempt at a sustained MacLean have played outstanding foes such as the Tigers The Bandits' trademark, a s Saturday night's game will 1 I
iron palace in the nation. 119 yards In 2J efforts and drive by both Southern Methodist defensive f e o t b a fl. The Galore are expected to always, Is vicious pursuit t o be LSU's first SEC fray The
LSU's veteran club ranks asa passed for 34 completions In JS and Mississippi State. SMU They'll have to be at their best lineup with Larry Dupree, 165. minimise running gains. Gators are 1-0 In the conference .
favorite over Florida mainly tries for another fit yards. got In touchdown range thanks Saturday night to half the double and Jack Harper 185, halfbacks LSU is at top strength physically The winner will remain a contender .
on the strength of the friendly LSU has been able to do everything to an Interference penalty. pronged attack led by ; and John Feiber, 195, while the Galore ha v e In the 1964 loop struggle. .
home field and a rock ribbed well except score. And State crossed twice on breakaway Screen as a runner and passer fullback. This backfield If it several players who will b e Florida was to fly to New ,
defense. compensating for the lack of runs by halfback Marcus fullback Don Schwab power materialises will combine slowed by various ailments Orleans Friday evening, stay at '
The Tigers of Coach Charlie touchdown punch has been the Rhoden. thrusts; and halfback Joe La- speed and power. Biggest loss to the UF Is line a motel near the airport, go to
McClendon also will have tra- ever valiant Tiger defense. Where LSU will throw Billy bruszo, the speedster with the Pee la Place backer Jim Bernhsrdt, out Raton Rouge just before game-
dition going for them Saturday The Gators will have to butt Masters M, 235; and Doug breakaway talent. If Felber can go because of a for a month with a hand In. time and return to Gainesville
night The Gators haven't won heads with a Tiger forewall Moreau 6-1,195, ends Charles Schwab is only a M, 11 S. leg injury Dupree will returnto jury. Immediately after the contest.
here since 1960 and haven't that baa limited two foes to 339 Simmons M. US; Ernest Mag- pounder but he runs like a bullet fullback with steady Alan Battle .( Ends Radio Station WRUF will I
I scored on LSU since the same yards of total offense. Rice .gore Ml US; or GeorgeRice at low trajectory. He scored Pot at halfback. The game could break down broadcast Saturday night starting
game a 13-10 UP triumph. Owls touted one of the nation's M, 250; and Dave Mo- both LSU touchdowns a season Florida will two platoon all Into a battle of flanker ends. at 1:45: p.m., Gainesvilletime.
t And If all this Isn't enough beat teams.this season could Cormlck 6-6,, :240, tackles; Da- ago against Florida. Labruno the way. LSU will continue to Both the,Gators' Charles Casey .
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Nothing's ( s hI1UIiJAti> Caters LoseLinebacker

Quite Like SPORTSAMlmCAN Ron Purcell

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iridey, Octebee 2, :0134 WDI. .I Jolt Thursday when another top
I LSU GameEN linebacker was counted out for

Saturday night's game with

II III +r- 4 Y s 1/. ;S'ird 1t; # LSU.
ROUTE TO BATON ROUGE La. There's only one Ron Purcell severely sprained -
l 1S thing to do when you're headed out to enemy territory to an ankle and definitely will
v i play a football game, maybe take swipes with a hurricaneand miss this week's encounter
try to understand Cajun Country as exemplified by the
i144T1'Nr+ 5 SVt State of Louisiana. And its Fighting Tiger football team. Jim Bernhardt, a standout In
? S the opening game against! SMU
IIf 11 That is, to lick 'em or something like that tlAtUI NATIONAL league was lost for at least four

Making this necessary Jaunt with yours truly is Cliff Cor- Now .,... I55 W' h M..I5Cok. OSI It l.I. 5Lh7.SC.h 6, ..7r.CNn,111a11 weeka when he received a
Sun .4 44 .*t ft M .I'S Noll.naol. crushed knuckle last Saturday
mier city a native of the Bayou State. Cormier ..,,M N N .101 51.
has a namesake on the LSU club halfback Ken (no relative "?.*"n n n ni tit 1MIranKI It H ... 1M11wu. night against Mississippi State
L. A .i4i' N 50C.iIM ., ,
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), but Cliff's from the Lake Arthur territory knows his N 11 111 1MaMqa Itlnur" A II .111II. II"L The Caters now are left with
around speaks the correect knows what to ...... n ii *i nn .. II AnilM 71 11 .. 14colt.
f way accent 55 at i, I 71 II .... 15 only two linebackers son I lor
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order In the right restaurants and much more. w.,55 41 M Ml MlDtfralt I04 I/
0.5.5 C"y II III I .11' C'STOsn New V.u 1/ los .at 41 Roger Petite and sophora ere
.y Net to meals Us car ass nut comfort knows u air- '5 555.55 / T/wndWi 5. turn v....R.tWM5.1w5555 I Jack Card. I
eeadUJoalsg. It's a bag ride eat, for eae thing. Lad the last 4 44., CI.Nw..._Tars I 11oilon 81 rr.n.4c.1'.. MwltWI I
tune home, It was as) even anger read after ...... 24, K55_ City. .. Mlrxwwlt/ 4, ITM4vt 1"w CMC CKkMO'men 4. lei n Mut4n AnM4 t 4 Meanwhile Hurricane Hilda sis
: only 5.51114.5ns 5 .W65550._"..5t55. 5 001, 5111155 w11..u1.505..y' still ravaging In the Gulf of
I As with most Florida sports scribes the trip to Baton .MW4ClMl4fK Now Vwk J..._'I .55565 14-14 ., II l4uKOlkun Mexico off the Louisiana coast.
Rouge is a favorite. Much of it perhaps.. has to do with a byway IMnlfMO.lr.11 Joint H 41 NM Vk' F4t4 Illl. allot This morning It was listed as
stop in New Orleans That's true. |Mnit< II 41 ..,,11",... ".| II_..''Ir'XII 1, nifntM4U4t4 MlVt IJ' 4< CHKIWI4II' O.To. 271 miles south southwest o{
a ', nMM .. >riM4 IH M (... Al..... IIIOwn '. New
r4t But most of it has to do with the football itself. =City OOoma''I 4Ml ... 17. nignicumin Orleans and packing windsup
game It .1 Chtc w> PIKTI ill ..,,
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.a A.L t1r'#"rat N.N jtlil '.,.". tM ll. tWlAlfMi. 41 herive to ISO miles per hour.
L.. An51i5 Now"'.. 115 N Mu1.nr, ,CIK4 Unllll, 14 HUMPIMIOirll 1 .......
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Cajun Country ir nOnly MIIw.uN ,. Storm
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t biwS Caws long\ the Louisiana coast Baton ,
.been nurtured' w lie Tu (Ohio ltate)football L.. *555555 .. Mlnn.gl.055,1S P11155.55. it MII_ Rouge, site of the game, Is
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for more years taw I care to remember;It must be ... M CIIY silts.4f Co0.55Done ... New .f.1 L.74 Ans5is L. .C5.u,5aN N some 7S miles northwest of New
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Florida's Caters will face these four ragged Tigers Saturday night la f

Baton Rouge, La, in the battle with strong LSU. At top are offensive threats
back Pat Screen (L) and Joe Labnuso, and at bottom are Rend Prod- that only at LSU with the electricity in the air, with the

(L) and Ruffln Rodrique, Both rugged linemen. noisy crowd the glamour the color the ahaeer excitement
of love of the game for Itself is there anything near a comparison
with the rabid football hot bed that Is Columbus
' Cajun Country has perhaps" even more flavor.

ss ,City Breezes to Win Saturday night Is LSU and family night In the football "*

season. I've told the story many times. There's nothing to 1-ifcruU.elr i
CROSS CITY The Dixie us eight carries. rrtniTiciCfMCNvLMHCNT compare with reaching the LSU press coop early and watching 5' 1S :

County Bears pawed the hapless The speedy halfback returneda rim itfrm panorama unfold.

I Lake City "B" team all over punt for 32 yards In addition I row mil"ntunt, It t ttnm t The. pick arrival .. the crowd picnic baskets sad alt Y .

the football field here last night to wheeling off tackle for y- ..WMWM.- -.... ...e onPon. i LkVs tufty.. plan allows dad to bring mss sad aB fee 1.
and breezed to s 41-7 victory a72- yard gallop that was good y- ..- -.. .. .. .. kids far a frscttoe of the till per ticket price .Imposed atFMda
Coach Al Parrlsh cleared the for six points. := ........... w 05: : Field Let's art target, ......, the extra .,.. seas
bench In the final quarter of the The Bean seemed to score '-. off to TfcerMadlam to attack. a deal. ........
N Ma.
contest and only then did the almost at random as the game ves r.Nllw
kyIM .rMII'I7 Once the stands start to the
fill noise starts to
Baby Tigers manage to score. but outclassed Lake City eleven C C'"ykHM It" T I. grow.
for dear lifeHomer COre" Slip LSU fans will cheer at the wave of a hand. Even the appearance
The unbeaten but tied Bears fought ,
ory of the team manager to place the sideline equipment
rolled lit yards oa the Melgaerd. a bulky de- T
C CIIY K rn tw/i7/ rwwwYb draws a torrent ollOllllll.When
ground behind the-running ofJerry densive lineman and Lester I KMUIC ,1/a mi ..- rw t4ii ....
.... .
Corbta and Hall for the fM (111 L4M4T PiM ( C
.Kan, Randy were standouts kM. rut OH PAT. K..r (i KM) cur Tiger Mike Arrives
Robert Ousley. Karr was high Bears, commented Parrish after .NY. ,.... cvse. i.w.KS. Kest, ,M
.. ..,... THE WHITE SILOS in Jack Daniel's Hollow 5
Uk4) C'"v | ran I Ml MT mean
man for the night with IM-ysrds the .
MM4T Gator fans whether they have ease It to person or listened
to It on the radio know faD wen what happens... ,
$ Tiger Mike to wheeled in, cage and al we can be sure of the best grains obtainable for our'
I SAVE 22 95 Dearborn
There's isssirtltg Just s bM am special. sheet ptoytsg Tennessee whiskey.If
LIU la Tiger ....... Qeeersly lie vtttog ..... rise II sippin1 .

......._N 0 W I ._. .. lie elaOeage seen often than seta Florida always has played .
"' .
One ....... sender the ameers ., die UV crowd.
SOLVE YOUR ....... If any grain brought to us doesn't
Some teams don't, however. Georgia Tai for em, flopped
IT GETS COLD miserably many times. Visaing teams from the AllanUc o meet our miller's standards, her)]
WITH THIS PHI-SEASON. Coast Conference have been stunned by It aft But South
SPECIAL west Conference teams like Texas A lr M and Rice and won't buy it. He can wait for
l SEC clubs! like Florida. Ole Miss and Mississippi" Stale

With each model listed .below seem to thrive en M.Screen. the best because silos
we offer you o our store
'mtS SLOWER Mil Does a LiberIa w i-

j enough to hold us awhile. And
30.000 BTU Hooter wi* blower
LSU fans have been titanic
In pest years stimulated to
Heats to 800 feet.
Regularfy up priced at square.."..: . 72.90 eowas delight toe by critical the Chinese situation Bandits. stopping sa opponent four the few times he has to turn

rftl.SIASON IPICUL . 4!.!5

40 000 BTU's14.oter with. blower. Two weeks ago, as Gator snot Dave Fuller pst I&, Pat grain down our neighbors know'
Screen, the Tigers' floe enertorbstk, rofled out to .....
Heats to I32S feet
Regularly up priced at .square. .'. 82.90 He was trapped. sad polled a Larry Ubsrtore. He reversed I he's You
r not just being see
Ms Held, once, twice. Oreo tines. Screen evaded tacklers ,
ftI-3USON SPICIAL . s> ." here there. ...,....,.. He OoaOjr. shot throve the mid- CHARCOAL

n... art DELIVERED PRICES.Tarass die.. far a U-ysrd gate oa the" play. 1 they: realize that the grainalong fa
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Ceaj la Noise tutor said keen .. use .It .
AeD.arbom HEATB manu set ante ....... He MM assy ...,. Billy with our limestone water and 6
IUT HURRY! ran best a Ml..Hi.sjil past at yards to sressco aaLtU
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offer p only tflraugh pna. ::
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Aakan wtr WbJtoy ...... and )My. Pepper foOewtog lack, Daniel's rare sippin' quality. t IY ClOP'
-SffCIAL- a M Gatsr has Is die "ettar ,... The bout aid ,
OttBfSFWl! Wlrfc PsMtMM. el Poa4ara) son toned to DM off ....... StO. tile wasting' esptostoaof ) .1/;

Heater Yeei RemM A"r' cheers son sack to bring Ms one awake to a burry.For ...' li Ip..r
pare ssrttosaesf. yes oral beat LH7 as a piece to go '
Tasto ofev
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"- lrf dll W.,1Ja.A..: c.hiIs far a ftotbaO gam. The only treokto. with the sfcfctnmr, \
.t ....TheasMfc Raopa Air O Aad MS. *. Is that too ..... cantos over to the game. Yes ?/ ...a.5r A+5w11 n..r.....,.. ...
:..... FI 6-5'51 Moose* csal beat LSU..... S riasntif wmiiif II Moor if CNOICI
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Detroit. Runs __] PKY Faces StampedingNorth

Yank Pennant Marion Tonight

Express AfoulBy By MS NISSEN and center WU Walkup has a bruising ITS pounder has Joining Hodsdon and Walkup

Assistant Sports Editor sparkled In the first two games, been !the bright spot In the offensive on the line wW be ends Dan

qrM Eleven frisky Colts, all dressed but the offense has yet to un- department far. He'sscored Dennison and Covey Johnston,
up In football garb, will wind. tackles Kenny Osteeri and Whit
both of
the Wave
; Associated Press Sports Writer Of course If the Athletics care stampede onto Citizens Field "We hope we can get our offense touchdowns Springfield and guard Steve
That little old champagne to cooperate by knocking off turf tonight ready for battle. hitting on all cylinders churned for big TwedelL"We're

taster Yogi Bern, still li Chicago or Detroit happens to They'll be representing North this week," Gutierres a .1 d yardage In both games. In good physical con

manipulating numbers today top Baltimore tonight, Yogi will Marion High In a grid contest "This would be a good time for Hansen's backfield matea will dition," Gutierrez pointed out

after the New York Yankeei' gladly accept the help. with P.K. Yonge's Blue Wave it to start jelling" be Mac Johnson at quarterbackand "We've got a few sniffles" and

pennant express ran afoul of The Tigers weren't much help that could be one of the Big Spark I Steve Tuttle and Marel colds, but nothing more than

the Detroit Tigers. Thursday, coming from behindIn \ season's finest Fullback Tom Ha a s en, Tyre at halfbacks. that"

Berra, who baa become accustomed the ninth to pull out the opener Things will start popping

to the taste of that against rookie Mel StotUo- with the I o'clock kkkoff.
bubbly stuff almost every fall In myre and then getting a si* "We know | ST. AUGUSTINE

Ma 17 years u a Yankee, was hitter from rookie Dennie Me- North Marlon

already for his annual tip after Lain to win the nIghtcap. Is big and .

,New York swept two from De- tough," PKY Starke Puts Mark LineSTARKE

troit Wednesday, reducing their One Hit ::oach Mike I on

magic number to two. Dave McNally permitted just Gutierrez said
one hit-a seventh.inning dou- yesterday
But the Tigers turned right ble Don The Tornadoeshost halfback Larry Crawford, both The Tornado front line will
by LockIn his mind
around and knocked off the I IBomberl Senators for Baltimore.blankingthe ..... filled with 11'. St. Augustine here tonight racked with injuries as of late, jo with ends Joe Brown or Eddie -
and M at I p.m. for a Florida Star will the
4-2 Thursday day certainly strengthen attack Douglas. and Gene Pass;
In other American Conference battle and will lay of the Tornadoes.St. "
delaying the ,clinching of New League thoughts I tackles will be. o1.ff.Warrell

York's 29th pennant at least games, Dick Radatz made his we're getting MSSEN an undefeated record on the Augustine Is consideredone and Tom Thomas; guards, Le-

another day. If the Yankees Tlth appearance and chalked up ourselves ready for a real line. 'I of the big guns in the Star on Thomas and Bob Reaves

whip Cleveland and Kansas City his 25th save U Boston dropped battle." Starke will no doubt be out Conference and currently and center Butch Redding '

takes Chicago, Yogi can whoop Cleveland 4-2, and Kansas City The weight situation was the to get even for last year'0; stand M. Starks on the other Coach Dave Hurst said earlier

it op again. But Berra Isn't got a Uth-lnnlng homer from one point that concerned Gu- loss at the bands of the Yellow hand is undefeated thus far today the Tornadoes had

depending on the A's. rookie Larry Stahl to whip Minnesota P. K. YONGE GUARD V. G. HODSDONPlays tierrei the most Jackets from the nations .old-, la the early season with wins a "fairly good week of practice.

Tw. Wins Mm Big Part In Forward Wall est city. over.Macclenny and Santa Fa. and we should be ready or
I And the possible return of '
First ElevenStarke'a this one.
victories In the
Two Yankee
big and have us outweighed Don Falcon
quarterback and
three-came set with the Indians bit first eleven remains! Starke apparently felt the effect
by quite a h e
will end an the speculation and LATE SCORES GIVE said. "W. Just hope we can get Intact with very few changes of several injuries last

that's what Yogi is shooting for. In there and keep them from Marlene'' Hagge over the last two games. Phil week as they eked 'by Santa
The aren't dropping Elder will be under center and Fa ,.. But with the return of
runners-up grinding out too touch-
by the wayside themselves as downs." many Fires Hot 67 will use Dwight Elder and Larry some key personnel Hurst contends

evidenced by Baltimore's 24 LINCOLN 14-2 WINBy Most of that weight Gutierrez LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) .- Crawford at the halfback his Tornadoes might
posts. Mickey Agner will man start to the
gather steam over
blanking of Washington Thursday was talking about belongs 'Marlene Bauer Hagge shot four the fullback slot

which kept the Orioles' tackles Bobby Gibson and to. consecutive birdies on the back I DIn few weeks.

chance to tie alive So, figures JAMES RUSSELL The story for Gibbs was almost er Wood, who weigh in at nine Thursday, fired a record-

Berra, the best way to wrap It Son Football Asslstaat s''Tles the same, as the Terrier and 210 respectively. tying 17 and took a onestrokelead '

UD Is for the Yankees to win St. Pln0,1155 $5, PN.M" I.LNNNs defense, led by guard Wi I 111 e They'll be joined on the line In the first round' of the =CHAIN LINK -

Petersburg Glbbs came to From rus,tlnp I. Fred Carter and tackle Eman- by ends Tookle Pruitt ((175) and $15,000 Ladles' PGA Golf Championship m .
j town to play ball last and From oo ISIn.
: : Sells Edwards
(150) guarda .
From oonoltlo uel Clackley, had even less '
I for three and one-half quarters 'f..... p.lnad nioKiM N 11 Dale Stone (190) and Don Chap Right behind Mrs. Kane HURRICANE
VI I Boxes held heretofore V'rdI 515104 111111 M 31 yardage to give out to the vial- .
a unstoppable ,..... 4-11, S- man (180)) and center Jim were Mary Mills of Ocean
,..... ... ..
offense scoreless.But III. ky I I tors.With
Fwllt Illl 4341FumblM 10:05: to go In the ball Huff (180)). Springs, Miss, with a (8, and
the Terriers finally g o trolling .loll Sealer QuartetIn Sandra of Phoenix FENCE
"* Ohm.DuTa01T Yordi kHl ....11''.. 10 II game, fierce Lincoln tackl Ing ,
New vest in the last few minutesto k... ky ..juortoritI jarred the ball loose from Gibbs the backfield will be a Ariz., with a 69. ..
.,... ..,11" .
two IL I Fltonkurf tllM III I I ; **
score tochdowns and tod Ami
1rul.11 cf 4 I 11 Lint H III S Ilun.M Mom 5101410 halfback Ronald Washington,! quartet of senior lettermen who v '"
III 1 1 I Hldl'm Ik ISIS down the rugged invaders by a Scoring oummoryiToucMownoi and know what offense is all about. BeeratllfYswr -
Iml", III 0 I Marls clI .1. an alert Terrier, Eugene Golf
K.I.... rf 7 I I I Monti rl rfCool 0,11 39,01rss11 score of 14.2.Defense SI Pottrtburg Softly.Lincoln .,.rfo,. DeBose, was there to pounce on Terry Bolinger will direct the Meeting Mesh"NOyI

) Ib N 11 I Nowell.L.s.s.. S 4010. was the name of the oN bock fan5 Mormon by Tlmett Amttrion PI.minu..M lockM 'Hi own J. the oval at the Glbba 35. team from his quarterback post, A meeting of the Junior Golf /.

.Wort..... Ik I 41M I ..1111.If Jl I game as Glbbs held the Terriers bloM'ram.* 1010111III_ Norrnon Andonon to CIyMToomb .The Terriers lost a yard on a Danny Sandlin and Robert Association will be held at I:.

'A'INC M 111 7b 11 I to II yards rushing and 31 .* (4 yd. >...). Norman AndorM Brockington sweep attempt, but Stone man the halfbacks and Saturday morning at the
Wlckhm"vth.*.$015 511 II'r.:..:. th.,II I through the air. Lincoln, in .Andonori II V*.I...Cloyton...., -T.FAT....'..i. Mormon IMIOIIDtwilt then quarterback Anderson rolled Don Smith Is the fullback. Gainesville Golf and Country

......... ................. w 551 5501Saw turn, limited the visitors to 40 ( ). AiMortm to Clayton ToombiMM out to psss, shook off several Sandlln has been the main Club. There will be medal play
Vsrr "......."...... S509010 yards on the ground and 21 OHIclolit Jimmy' Mmon, ........ WII defenders, and then hurled offensive threat in the Colt' for 18, 9, and 3 hole golfers and

.-c...., McAullHo '',''Iom,... 011- passing. I ly .O.wuy, Stud lln.n15t,1.4M' L_... a 28 yard strike to end Clayton first two games with his broken- a clinic for beginners conducted -
6olr.lt Nw York I, LOI-Dolnll a. 10,1 4mplr5NOnry" llol* |vd
0I 10..1.1. field running. The 175 pounder by club pro Bill Etheridge.,
Mans* # Timothy Flemings and Je- Toombs at the Glbbs eight.
Voolton 1 *. ,.*.... 31-Cab.lIerswM "
"'''''''.nraitsW.'' 1i rome Baker gave the visitors! A Gibbs defense stopped two raced for two touchdowns, one FREE Informettoa Estimates
with 8:21 In the fourth smash and the ...
: an eight-yard
to for In Lincoln running for Knocked
something the attempts
Wteti-m .., IM 4 ; F J Groggy See Our Quality Get Our Price
Ksai\i1.;,::.. 19.3 $ :u: 11 second quarter aa they nabbed quarter. short yardage so Anderson call other an 80 yard punt return, DETROIT AP ofore Yen Decide Immediate. UstefletloN

1'l'mtr0 l I:I ,. I 11 J 1 1 quarterback Norman Anderson Eight Drives ed on Toombs again. Toombs In last week's 39-0 whitewash- forward Gordie( ) Howe- Veteran NO DOWN PAYMINT Ua T. 10 Months Te Fey,
I of Trenton. was
at.NlaI'Uiced 4 nwi Hi *m. In his own end tone for a safe Lincoln offensively responded, snagging a four Ing
Mill, WIckonlMNn IMHIomyro' ). T war stymied North Marion downed Class knocked groggy and taken to a '
...,. for three yard Anderson pass for the go- 1 I
quarters as PHONE 3725333SAUNDERS :
ty.These the hospital for observation Thursday I L
ahead TD with I:27 to go In the A Eau Gallle, 13-7, on road
two points bigger mounted drives ,
CLIV.LAIID 101'011 got they eight In its to make the night as the Detroit Red .' .
opeing game
507004a1I14. Anderson added the first
.11,1111I and bigger until the host Ten which failed to result in a first game.

.IIAiyll IkOMI .I s 5: :Iin 13 1 r viipr/o M15t11N: '55: i 4505a 1 0' 5 riers finally crossed the Clbbs down. Toombi.PAT with another pass to record a clean M Record 2-. Wings victory romped over a to combination a 8-1 hockey of OIL CO.' ':

Ib 4550 Ituort Ik: 111TIMHIM li 1 1 PKY will enter the contest players from their Pittsburgh 114 N.W. 4th ,St. '0; .' '.
Will *
Sit!*! 1 ar/ 4 111MOIWt Scoring Position with 1-1 record after edging and Memphis farm clubs. |
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W MNM5kI" *: M Orange Park, 74. and tyingFernandlnaBe
I I if I Gibbs aerial again placed the
r = 1 ch 84 list I
AOMtt DoVlllopll' j j I RN illTot pW Terriers scoring position. week :

cl M.iklloMrt 0WoonorN I :\. Lincoln drove to the Gibbs 20, The Blue Wave defense, head I' : HUNTERS'HEADQUARTERS
where It wu forced to give
... up V. G. Hodsdon '
o TdoM Mill ed by guard I

CIevNM/. ................ .N IN 1111AM. the pigskin. II I
-- ...."....""...".. "' .. ..- ... A stout Lincoln defense and

: ,.: l.wIoM some costly penalties set the Pennant Races I!
d 11, '
1, -
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,V.50ns FNI"T.-, :=,.Mild-,=5. Glbbs passed up the usual punt At a Glance t LACK SHEEP RAND

(i-eriom llwrt. ,, for an attempted fake punt and
M a .a as so '
:.- L ,.. ..... f ": : run play, but the Terrier defense AMIF.ICAM LIACU I HUNTING CLOTHES
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-Visit Rebels Hurricanes 'Must Win' Tonight I

By LARRY WOODS Last year when these two the sidelines for the evening Richard Primo and Steve Burge moos Kent Sheppard; tackles

DemonsTALLAHASSEE ..1 San Sports Writer teams met CHS pounded out a Niblack has called upon Eugene and center Kim Helton. Randy Shadburn Dale Turling
JACKSONVILLE The Pur- 144 victory. CHS stand 1-1 for Branch to fill the shoes of the Jackie Eckhahl will guide the ton; guards Crls Cwln Larry
it ple Hurricanes blow Into town the young season. Paxon has hobbling fullback. Branch packs Hurricane backfield that will\ go Keen and center Jerry Grier.
tonight for the second time in a win over Englewood and tied
The Sans his 17$ pounds with authorityand with Mike Gibson and Crls The defensive backfield will
U Fe Rebels, still smart in I three weeks and this go around with Rlbault, 19-11 should be able to add to Johnson at the halves and depend on Branch Johnson
from last week's 7-0 Ion to they will be out to take a little The Hurricanes come to town the 'Cane offensive punch. Branch at fullback. Gibson and Steve Tinney to
Starke, coma to town here tonight Vii.; o tgyr t *t r t wind out of the Paxon Eagles. with one of the best defensive Defensively the Purple and keep the Paxon Eagles from
hoping to unseat higbl p From the consensus of the units in this part of the state. The Hurricanes will open White looks to be ends, AI Sim Invading 'Cane territory.
regarded Florida High. Gainesville High coach I In. They stubbornly held Jacksonville with an offensive unit composedof
It will be the Rebels second staff tonight's contest Is a Lee to n yards rushing! ends David Crown and Bob
road trip in three games. They "must Win" affair 11 the Hurricanes In a losing cause 20-13.\ I by Roundtree; tackles, Kenny Great
got the season oft on a winning are to regain last With Giffen most likely on Mack and Pete En wall; guards new taste:

note their first venture away r + year's regional prestige. -

from borne beating Madison, Practice sessions for the Big I New Mexico State pipe tobacco f
130.But Purple went well most of the, Bringso
whether Santa F. can week, according to head coach f
match muscles with the Dem- Jim Niblack and CHS ap.: TallahasseeAmong _
38 t
ons ely toe upon tonight the Rebel depends defense lari pears physically set for this I Players ( in a filter & i

one. LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) injured players making
The Rebel defensive elevenare nNo1NCe a/nn1K51e1R/:
considered among the Sour Note A traveling squad of 31 players the trip and theduled for !

toughest In their league. One sour note In the 'Canes leaves today for Tallahassee duty, are guard Stan Johnson, cigarette
Slight Setback offensive machine was struck Fla.. where the New Mexico tailback Chauney Dennis and '
Santa Fe suffered a slight earlier this week however when State football team meets the
setback In Wednesday's practice fullback Al Glffen (225) had Florida State University Seminoles fullback Joe Johnson. End Loth-
u halfback Layne Rooks, to have a blood clot removed I Saturday night. ar Goernits was unable id practice
t starter for the put two from his left thigh. He'sa The school's cheerleaders and this week and won't make Yea get pleasing aroma-a4 a gnat
,fames broke his wrist and will QUARTERBACK ECKDAHL SETS SIGHTSOn doubtful starter In tonight's I 31 boosters will accompany the the trip to Florida Coach War- new .....I The iecrtt III sacked with
be out for the rest of the MSon. Rugged Paxon Eagle on Road Tonight clash. team on the charter flight. ren Woodson said Aawrlca'S ..-...11... pise!1! eobaccev
AMKNS Half...II.1f1 I Smoke ass Half
Tonight's clash will be a first The Saturday night game will an4 Half rUler CIpn.1

for both teams. Florida High CINCINNATI MOVE RESULTSIN be the first meeting between the ..51 .. .J.d4 X4NNa1.ASC.'P.r-
stands 1-1 to date with a lone two teams.
win over Macclenny while losing

Coach to Perry.Charlie Roberta Indicated 5.4 WIN OVER PIRATESBy

he would start ends, jl'' 1
Charles Davis and Louis Feag \\UHtEK-

lea; tackles Trigger Hodg MURRAY CRASS league teams since he reachedthe fourth place behind San Fr.n- San Francisco trimmed Houston!
and_,Charles Kersey; guards, Associated Press Sports Writer majors in 1958. The Reds I cisco. M. Milwaukee whipped New':
and Frank
Jimmy Forrester Gene Mauch has run out of purchased him from Denver York 7-J and Chicago nipped GUNS GEAR
':Taylor and center Jimmy moves, except downward perhaps the Pacific Coast League Au ofl While the Reds are battling Loa Angeles .-.. I LICENSES .
: Coles but Johnny Keane and 23. Before Thursday night, Cok Philadelphia the Cardinal I
: The Rebel backfield win open Dick Sister still have time to er had played in nine games winners of eight straight will The Reds scored the decisiverun 1 .CLOTHING
with Danny Thomas at quarterback maneuver their teams Into the and batted .MO with two runs I play the lowly New York Nets In the seventh Inning on a'' COATS COLT HAND GUNS
Russell Taylor and Doyle National League pennant. batted ill.Then I If the Reds win their two remaining triple by Vada Pinson that Jerry -
T Sikes at the halves and Mac Cincinnati's Sisler made a key was no Immediate word games, the Cardinals Lynch couldn't handle In leftfield 1 PANTSI ..22' CAL RIFLES

,' Crawford at fullback. move Thursday night, decidingto on whether Coker or Edwards would have to win all three of and Frank Robinson's KAMO sum .(Leaf II.... aced Meanam>)>
... I finish first double. The Pirates Milled for
use reserve catcher Jim Cok- would be In the lineup tonight theirs to
er instead of regular John Edwards when the Reds play their next- one In the eighth as Dick Scho- CAPS
Game Tonight
!f i L Boxes Big field doubled and Bill Vlrdon LEGGINGS
who hurt his hand the to-the-last game of the season St Louis can eliminate the ilngled. GAME lAGS SNAKI PROOF
night Jefore.Coker I against Msuch's once-potent Phillies and the Giants from thence (Aluminum fiber Oton>)>
responded with a single -Philadelphia Phillies. Relieved NaxhsU vim
"I. YOU..,,,.. MII.WAUKSSKu.u. .."' .. a double and his tint home The Phillies still are workingon by beating the Mets to- Sammy Ellis relieved Joe SNAKI IITE KITSAMMUNITION
w 1 1 l lM'MIII51M ; soon fr SOCKS
III 4 It I c.rly" night.In .
IM.y1 ct 411 run of the season sparking the a ID-game losing streak and Nuxlull, though and snuffed
ChWf rT 4. d ill, Reds to S-4 Pittsburgh could tumble IntoSUNDAY I other NL Thursday, \:,
HleII1t '4' rf sill a victory over conceivably games out the Plrstes' threat NuxhsU.I JIMMIE HUGHESEQUIPMINT
.' SnMMi.ylof IkT 1 HI I tie" 10 t ; : that moved Cincinnati to I took over from Bob Purkey after CLEANING
; :=d D 4t:'=! Ih at Ills Sill I within one-half fame of Keane'a High School Grid Scores Roberto Clemente singled
1111.155 I 151 W.N'I III ills first-place St. Louis Cardinals, across two runs In the fifth. I SPORTING GOODS
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! rider October 2. 1964 Gainesville Sun J 1 I

!' Oppose State' Helping' Students .,; j

..... g jj i

tWJ -: Zlj i __ \\1 Private College StudentsBy Officials.; j

I CHARLES STAFFORD vale and public Institutions.Dr. often discouraged from attending "
Winn-Dixie TAMPA (APA representative Edmunds, chairman of college because of mountingcosts mob of 3,500 students continuedto

of Florida's state university the Independent colleges and and fees." I California
defy University o(
Readers' president said today they opposed universities of Florida, appearedat Edmunds who Is president of officials today In a wild demonstration -

Head Sees Request state to legislation contract authorizing.with private the the committee meeting held!Stetson University said total that Included the ,I

in conjunction with the annual college enrollment In Florida wrecking of a police car I
colleges for the education of
,lie Miwlnf ......... eu...,.... class students. up- Democratic caucus of the lion last fan was more than 100,000 The demonstration, 'which I
More Boom .n rawM MWltkMly b, per da House of representatives. An and this figure will be doubledby started' i
.. Thursday morningand
'1M raoMriSTOCK
r.-. .:,.:::: ::' LISTINGS Dr. John S. Allen, president estimated 400 members of the the end of this decade.He continued today was In protest

JACKSONVILLE (AP) The Pierce WuIbenuMurphey of the University of South FlorI- House, their wives, state sena- said his appearance before of a university edict banning on-

next 12 months will see a continued I da, told a legislative subcommittee tors and officeholders have gathered the subcommittee "Is not to be campus solicitation of funds for

business upswing regardless NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Singer -______ 2.00 11% MUTUAL FUNDS J that the Council of State In Tampa for the meeting interpreted as an appeal for off-campus political projects.

of the national election outcome Smith Kin __ UOa 11% University Presidents was unanimously which ends Saturday.Dr. state 'funds to aid private colleges Expulsion of eight students

the head of one of the Sou Col Ed _.. 1.05 344 Affiliated Fund _.?.._H...' 925 opposed to the bill. Edmunds said, "For each ; rather It Is an offer of Tuesday for disregarding the

South's largest grocery chains Abbott Lab ?_.__ 240 160 ma 40 St au Cal _...r J.OG If% C.pltaIW. 4 Gr __ 1022 The proposed bill was drawn additional 1,000 students served,aid by private colleges In a crisis university rule touched off the
Allied Chem _
predicted today."Business Amerada Pt 2.00 131/ St. 011 Ind __ 2.0Gb 12% Divers Growth __ 10.14 by private institutions under by private Institutions there we all share." demonstration which several
: Sterl Drug.._ Dividend Shares 3.94 would be a tax saving of $S Forty cent of Florida'scollege times
BOW Is forging Am Elc Pow __ 1.Kb 46\W\ .IS 2'1% ? ? the leadership of the Universityof I per threatened turn into a
.M Texas Ulil ...__.; 1.20 6334 Jreyfus H..H...?*>.?._.......? 21.26 million In new construction students are being educated full-scale riot. .
ahead at a pace that should continue Amer Enka ...._.... 1401 Miami at the request of the
....... Fidelity Csplt .. ... 11.72 costs. In addition, these tuition In
or (accelerate during 1965, Amer Hone 144a 634 Textron 1.40 504 ?* H' ? Interim committee on education private Institutions, he The crowd began forming
Tidewater 38 Fidelity Fund __. 185 grants made directly to the I said Edmunds added that -
regardless of political develop Amer M Fdy .90 operating shortly after police took into
ments at the national and local Armco Stl _? 300 73Akh Trans W A 4134 Fidelity Trend 19.18Fund'tallnvest It would allow a.Junior col- students would have the salutary expenses of the private Institutions : custody a non-student Jack

l.vel..N A. D. Davis president, Topka ..._..,. 120a 334 Union Pac ....?..._ UOa 42% ...___.... 11.50 lege student to further his education effect of developing Flor- are met through tuition Weinberg, 24, and prepared to

of Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc, told' Baxter Lab ..._ .30 273'4 Und Air L _,. UOb 49% Income of Boston _-....?- 1.13 at a prIvate ;college or ida's greatest neglected resource gifts and endowments and, take him to police headquarters
I' UpJohn I.OG 10% Incorporated Inc 101 university for the same amountof the brainpower of bright therefore "are not a charge
the annual stockholders' meetIng Beckman In ,...,. ,., 684 up- on charges of trespassing.
here in a prepared statement -' Beech LF S _? ? 1.10 SO Jim W.lter 14% Keystone K-2 _.._ ?.?.. S.14 money he would pay.at a and ambitious students who are on the public treasury" I Police said Weinberg refusedto

Wit Lamb 'Iet 3174Worthintn Keystone S-3 _,_.._. 1682 state university; with the state
IS stop soliciting funds despite
Bristol My "' 1.50 fI Keystone S-4 .?.............?> 5.04 paying thed Ifference.: several warnings.: .' .,-

t."At this point, nothing short of I Brown Shoe 340 I05V. Xerox .??.. ?.....,., 121 Jse Investors ?,.?.?.?,???,? 10.58 Dr. Allen said the bill woulddo During the Demonstration
an armed conflict or similar calamity Brunswick .u.,.?..?,., W4Cambei Zenith 1.20. IN Ut. Stock Fund ,.?..._ ?.. $.10 the private Institutions no fa FAST GROWING university officials said. Some
could stop this Impetusand S .340 35V. Mass. Inv Stock __H... 171
'Carter Pdt _,_. lOOa 1634 OVER THE COUNTER vor. It "means private colleges 25,000 other students remained
we don't think this will hap- tfass. Inv Growth ... _. US '
pen'Davis CaSe J I HiinimimttT, '2034 New Mid VOftK. awtMlm AP) TIle MlMtas. kMMM ., Pioneer Fund _.._? ? ..?. 10.28Puritan would be no longer Independentto MIAMI (AP) Florida ranks third among the fastest In classes or away from. "the
Cessna Air __ 1.00 2I% N. AMMMIOT' SwurttlM ky ONI.n. l witaml Fund ___ U8 make their own decisions growing states in the union according to the U. S. Departmentof demonstration.
Inc. .t ... fnniinl Kiwi |T reported that sales for Ches Ohio __ 400 76'6
but art Kw NASO'i N$0,.. Putnam Growth H"___.18.2
the fiscal: year ended June 27 In Coas S Gas __ <30% of,.,NN r.nf. HMn _lei! MM _,. TV & Elec: H............?...........?_ 1.42 Spokesmen for the Universityof department's figures show that only Nevada and Arizona Egg, MarketJACKSONVILLE
the firm's 633 supermarkets CBS _._..__ 1806 43% eluld(aMNt aavv MIll lilt IWt N.weM Value Line Inc .___._ 5.14 Miami and the independent had a greater percentage of growth since 1960.

throughout the Southeast totaled Comb Eng ?.???,,??,? 128 12 Wellington Fund _. 15.57 colleges and universities of Florida Florida gained 754,000 residents since the 1960 census, according (APJThe
6871.792,286 compared with 1631, Cone Mills __ JO 111I. Alice Land ___...1% said they favor the bill to the figures, boosting the total population to nearly Northeast Florida Egg ,Market

122,800 during the 1963 fiscal Cont Alrl __. .40 :M mer Fidel Life 25* N Y S E Most Active Stocks The proposal laid before legislative 2.7 million This is a 15.2 per cent gain. prices to retailers: ,

year an Increase of 487 per ContI Ins ....... .. 2.. !H% AIDer Heritage ..''"'"''" 2334 Complete VoL Close Chgs Interim committee on Nevada showed a 431 per cent gain, or 123,000 residents,
Contrl Data ......... I$934 AIDer Mat Ins ,.,,....,,...1 21% 170 400 Sunshine Mng 31 off 1% education by Dr. J. OIlie Ed- Increasing the total population to 406,000. Extra large 46-30. mostly 49

cent.Net Corn Pdts 1.50 i 11% Amer Pioneer Life __ 7''' 88 000 Sunray Dx 36% up % munds, was designed to be mu- Arizona recorded a 21.4 per cent increase with 279,000 new large 44-46, mostly 46; medium
after taxes nheuser Busch: M both 33-37%, mostly 35*; small 24-
earnings Delta Air ___ 160 I If'% ? ???????? 74 800 Tex Gulf Sul 61 off 1.% tually advantageous to pri- people for a population of 1,480,000.
28 28%.' "i4
amounted to $20,414,4(3 up 11.68 .60 IS Anodyne -?___ 456 63 800 Chrysler 81% off 1 mostly
per cent Davis Mid. Det Emerson Steel El _''' M 1.00 ff 'Citizens Bank _,..??,,.,., 37 M 200 Gen Tel Tel 33% up V Poultry at farms: Fryers 13.

Fair Camera ,. .. .90g :23% Conn U It Pow 37V4 43 700 Am Tel Tel 68% off V Dog Missing?

Late Flnanl Fed _?? '0.% Cowles Mag Pb ,,....?._ 11%! 42 300 Me Dermott 35Vi off 34
MorningN. Dunn A Bradst .... .. 60Vi
Fat Chartr _.__M" 1871 !3OV. ????? 34 000 Lionel Corp 4% off % It May Be
Florida Gas ..___
33 400 Bell Howell 24%
Ha E Cat __ 1 13'" up IV
Lining I Fst! West Finc'L_ !1314 na Natl Bank 64 31 lOG lilt Paper 35% off % At ShelterThe '
na Tele 28'orrest M. 1
Food Fair .90 23% 30 lOG Merritt Chap 19 off %
New York (AP) IntNIck 85% : M Labs n.,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,?..,. 21 30 700 Gen Motors
I FMC Corp .''M_'''_ 1.00 !U% 99V4 unch Gainesville folks who lost
Stocks 35* Founders Life .._. 9H
IntPap Wto Lay ,.,,,....,....,m : franklin Life ..,..,.. .. ...,.. .. 39%
AUlsChal 22KJones4L 84% ? ? ? ? 29 lOG
Gen Tele .88 .13! % Shamrock: 0 35% up H an untagged English Shepherd
Great American ... .. 12%
Alcoa 13% ICalsAl 33 I Ga Pacif ___ lOOb I IGetty U% ? 29 400 Cal at Hecla 20H up V villa Animal Hospital where litw.s
roller ..
.. 38%
AmAIr 44KKen'cott 91 I 011 _...._.... .log !27V. Gulf Life 32% : AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE taken Thursday after beinghit

AmCan 44UgMy 83% I Grace Co _.__ 1.Mb I K% H.rff Jones-u..,,,,....,,,,!.?,,.,,.?, 13lome STOCKS by a car at WW 81st Ter-
AmCyan 60Loch'd 37* I lei Curtis _. .80 I IS'% Ins .56',6Kennasaw Vehraie Close Change race and Newberry Rd.

AmMot 17% Lorlllard 44H :IBM: ...?.?.._. 800 434% I The dog, described by its
Life __._ 10%
AT&T ..% M.'vol 29V4 bit Mln C _..?......?. 1.OOa :1134 92100 Magellan P 4% up % 'benefactor, Mrs. John Paul
LIfe of Fla ,. .,.... 8%
?? ??? ?? ? ? 61 300 TWAWTS 29%
AmTob M% MpllHon 124 Int Tele ,...?_,_?.. 1.00 I M% up % Jones 6000 NW 17th Place, asa
Lo. _
Company 19Mllga
Amps Cp 17KMM4M 86naconda ,Kellogg _._ ,.Ma f7 Electron __ 11H 47 600 United Canso 3 up V friendly, handsome animal
/ 8254 Mohasco 1M Lehman CP __ 134e :29' 38 lOG Brazil Tract 3% off Ii has a broken pelvis. It apparently
Mort Guaranty Ins 26\t
.,\' rmour 49% Mons'to 84Vi Letton In _..._.. I.IM 75' 34 300 Massey-Ferg 28% up % Is not In serious condition
Pacific SW Air _. ..,..... 33%
S CM _... ...100 21 and will be all In
Babcock 38% MontWd 38* Lone Odd Lot right
chllts Brew ....._.__ 48 Transactloas:
:JliSU 40% NatDalr 81% Marsh Fid M.... .160 41'" Secur Life li Tr 1f'4 Purchases ._ about ten days. I
Toeing 61% Nat Dlst 27* Martin M ,...,.....,..,?. 100 II' 331,1V Mrs. Jones said someone hit
Southern NttnTravelers : K% Short Sales ..__ .
rden 76NAmAv M McGR Hill _,.__ -We 25% '- ? 2,864 the dog and left It beside tII.ro.d. .
Ins _.. 45 Other Sales ;"" ,.....__ 343870
Mead ., 1.70 47 .
Brunswk tV Penney 59* Corp M Union Security 8t Inv. M_ .". Total Sales ...__ 341, 14 ) dog
rterTr 38% PM 38% Merkd 2.00a 434 It's a good and It be- .
Chrysler .1.1 PhllMor 88 Natl Alrl ..? ---.50 1M AMERICAN PREVIOUS DAY'S I longs to somebody I have three \ ,

CocaCola 134% PhIlIPet 53% N Y Cent! ___ .90g 45' (STOCK EXCHANGE STOCK MARKET dogs or I would keep. it my.. Under
ComEd 54 RCA 32% Nla M Pow ._...?,. 200 II% I self," she said. Overpass WayThe

,ConEdis 95% RepSti 41 Norfolk W __ 6 00)) 1 IM% Aerojet-Gen __ 30% Advances .._*_._ 484 The dog Is black and white

ContCan 48% Revlon 37ViPowChe No Ind P 8.-: 1.48 If% Main Corp ..?... __..26 Declines ....?.__? 571 with a brown muzzle and an Waldo US-301 overpaaa at the SAL railroad is 75 per cent completed

74% RiyTob 43* No Nat Gas _.. 1.80 It Aqua Chem .. ,,,? ..?, 1114 Unchanged ni-Lii.mii.ui-inu.uini 295 egg.shaped brown spot about according to the State Road Department. The SaD also report that 4laningof

ftiPont 272% StRegP 32% OUn Math __H'_ 1.20 f3% Aurora Plastics 27.% Total Issues ..._...._.. 1,350 each eye. Height Is about 18 the highway from Waldo to the Brad ford County line Is 36 per cent .eOlll.pleted *

EAL 31% Seaboard M Owens D G 2.50 107% lames Engineer 1'i! New 196344 Highs _........ 56 inches. Age and weight are un and that the atretch south to Orange Heights la 24 per cent completed.Sun .

Kodak 131% Sears 122% Pac Q. E 1.60 32 hitler Shoe __ lo..w New 196344 Lows __ 15 certain. ( photo by Sam McGarrey) ..

Sinclair 47% Pac Uing 2.40 fi Ikrofflaloyaneraraa -_ 14% .
Firestone 44% ? H
FlaPw tl Socony 83 Pac T' T ._' _...1J 26%, -? .,.,...,.t 3%

FlaP&L 83 SperryR 14% Pan Amer A .... JO .20% Cutter Computer Labs Set A. ._ 23% Medals Shower 4-H YouthsBy :
uv4 on
Ford 17% StBrand 73% Parka Day __ 1.60 21' Data Control
Pennsoll 1.00 41%
StONJ 86%
FrmstDa 1JV4
..._.... .80a' 4I% Mton bids __,._ 6%
Studebak I% Pfizer
FreptSul 41% 'H'M Gen Develop 4% BUZZ MIXSON awards program. 1 Clothing medal- Sandra Net

I FruehTr 33% Swift 83* Phelps DO ... ?.? .300 Jet'1 1 n_ Mackey Airlines --....>... 6% Sea Area Editor I I During the awards part of ties, Lynn Truluck; Kathy Carlton
GenDyn 36% Texaco 83% Polaroid lead Johnson the Petty also received Mary Vogh ..
CenEl 88% Thlokol 14 Pub SV E G _.... 2,60 n 16V4 Alachua County's outstandIng 92 in Alachua County program medal-:
Pac NW Tele ...,. ,. the county electric project Conservation Edwir
CenFds 89V4 UCarb 129% Pure Oil _.-.._ 160 10% ? .?.?..,.,.. 22% 4-H Club members both Prentice
Andrews Ronnie '
Philips Elec.. award. I' Reggie
46% .
.__ 1M f1% -H boys and girls were honored .
UnltAirc Rayonier
GenMllls 43% 'H?
The with Brown Steve Platt;
banquet ,
Redwing Carriers 10% Honored opened a
Rexall Sob IIReya % last night with a veritable show- Banquetgratulated
CenMtrs 99% UnFrult 20% U..I..IIMM..1-H Ue Group welcome from County Agent Dairy medal Clark Smith;
Met! __ .51 M% .w? .334 Ir of medals and other award
Goodrich 87* USSteel 61%
perry R. Wts. _._ 1 Wilburn Farrell. Andrews Introduced Alvin Price, Earl Price;;
UnlvMat 1S% Rich Men 1.00 17 okens.
Goodyr I
the Dress revue
Syntax 36 special guests
Greyhnd 23% WeatgEl 39 R C Cola JZZH 1.. 20% Tampa -Elec?_- 26% Some 92 of the awards were the 4-H youths on ((2)) realization by the County and the 4-Hers Introduced their Davis, Jeanne Carlton, Iris 1

Gulf lIl 39% WlnnDIx 33V Roy Dutch i.73g fN Tech Measur handed out to the 4-Hers, who, their accomplishments. He said Commission a long time ago Sullivan Barbara Smith Linda

IntHarv 83% Woolwth 29% Searle GD .-............? .1063% TWA Wta 29 18% with their parents, were guests that Alachua County has received the need for a program of parents.Around 135 4-H members, Diedeman, Rachael Hobbs;
at the annual 4-H achievements more state and national youth training and development
their parents and other guests Electric medal-. .James. Petty
NEW ,YORK TIMIS MARKER AYIRAOU, OCT. 1 banquet at the Holiday Inn In awards than any other county ; and (3) having so many were present Jr.;

<.> NOT T.ft Hats Rogero Case Gainesville. In Florida and therefore, adult and parent) leaden who Mrs. Elizabeth Ahrano, assistant Entomology ,mecJ Edwir

Hiek Lew OOM Net C.... : The young farm youths were "second best won't do; you are willing to give unselfishly home demonstration Andrews Larry Joe May Ron-
urged to strive for even better will always have to strive to of their time to the 4-H pro- nie Prentice, Danny Trujillo;
I adult leader
25 Rolls . 14.iO 145.U 145.64 OM .D agent, presented
25 Industrie! 891.91 $$l.49 184.18 Off 2... Jury Stuck accomplishments by dinner be number one. gram. awards to Mrs. G. W. Owensof Field Crops medal Harper

SO Slicks 519.Z' 5U.17 515.01 Off 1.51 speaker Jack Strickland a former Strickland said it was not by Associate County Agent A. Alachua. Mrs Raymond Gibson Seville, Audell BristowV Norrls -

.TAMPA (AP) The jury In Alachua County 4-Her who chance that Alachua County T. Andrews, under whose guidance of Forest Grove and Mrs. Martin, Bobby Richardson;

the AI Roger I Income tax case served aa president of the State youths had achieved such high Strickland achieved 4-H Arthur Thompson of High Foods nutrition medaK-My-.

STOCK resumes deliberation today after Council and several years ago attainments in the 4-H world. tame Introduced the ipeaker. Springs. nelle Goff. Gall Ward, 'Martha,- .
FLASHESNEW was named the top 4-Her In the He attributed the of Alachua Lola Brown
reporting twice that It was dead- success He also recognized Handing out the many AlUgood ;
MARKET locked.The nation la leadership. the Alachua County 4-H .program ,County's top 4-Her en a state awards to the 4-H members Food preservation medal *-

Strickland, who la now serv- to ((1) having the benefit level this year James Petty were Bill Allen, assistant state II Phyllis Williams Kay Busby;

(AP) Motors' Jury handed a note to U. log as a member of the State of an outstanding Agricultural Jr., who was winner of the Boys' 4-H Club agent; and Ruth Forestry medal Dexter

weakened la an Irregular stock: Dew uses Sleek Averages .L District Judge George C. Democratic Committee, con- Extension Service staff, state 4-H electric projectCitizenship Milton assistant state Girls' .Martin, Cliff Kakh> > Clark.
....._ _. .. ____ Todd Henson .-
market' early this afternoon Previous Young Thursday afternoon sayIng n rw av e 4-H Club agent Smith
Day I 2nd flour It I Garden medal- Lowell Par-
active deadlocked.
Trading was moderately was The note more to come
As the strike against General 57240 351nduaL ot0.N was shown to attorneys but wai 3t"tP} Among the top awards were rish, Larry Yates; '
;I Motors entered its second week 215.17 20 Basis up 1.36 not made public. : those for achievement citizenship Health medalDavid Pet

there were signs that Its Impactwas and ty Tommy Wilson; .
( being felt In some communities. 253.29 1S till. off 1.36J09.43 The Judge ordered the Juron (kiaa t it'1 awards wentto I Home Economics medal -

36 Stacks off 0.N taken to a hotel for rest and an Linda Cole Linda She. Jane Kersey, Mary Ann TruJillo -

AU Big Three autos declined, 4MOOM| Volume 10,969 early eaUbsriUons.dinner before He told it resumed the JUT kr field (who also received a citizenship Wanda Taylor, Norma Net

with Chrysler especially weak award donated in mem- ties; -
'I\ and down than a point. en they were not supposed M I Home Improvement medaP-
more ory of the late Thomas E. Wilson -
I Steels moved Irregularly lower tacked on about a point. flak2sclnee, numerically or ether t' +F.n '' ). Lowell Parrlsh and Tony Carol Busby, lull.SIIITtIIl'Y.,

after showing a slightly high Ing a large percentage gala-far wise how they stood on the vote truJillo.o Barbara ,Thompson, Sue Gibson I
this low-priced I Issue but be observed been in
er trend at the start ., trading they'd t h e r citizenship awards ; t
BrJ' I
Sunshine conference since I Thureay. medalRoy ',
Aerospace stocks drugs, oils Mining and Tidewater un. went to Steve Platt and Becky Poultry
and selected blue chips In various Oil were fractional gainers, Deese. Karen Prentice,.' Danny Trhjillo. -
groups made gains, but the Xerox recovered: more thai I About 16 p. m, the Jury again a Leadership awards went to Cliff Kalch; Andrews

list as a whole was moving caw 3. Polaroid added about a point( reported It was deadlocked and Jessie Lou Sanders Harold and Safety medal Terry Johnny -
Helping to bolster the M*I Benny Campen
tiously. was locked up for the lilht.I Tony Trajillo. Dean Bass
I The Associated: Press with fractional gams wen I Parrish who Bass ;
The case went to the Jury .t.tI recently was Swine medal Nand Weaver
of 60 stocks at noon wu up .1 American Telephone. J e r a e y I 2:37 p. m. Wednesday after named the top Junior COfIIerV1t.UoIIiat Neville Roy Brown

at 323.3 with industrials up J Standard Du Pont America: I Hors than two hours Instruction in the state by the Florida David. Harper Rauknon .
rails up .1 and utilities un- Cyanamid. United Aircraft aw I qr Judge Young The trial leIs ta Wilflife Federation, also Public Speaking medal-; Low
changed. International Harvester.. received awards in gardening
'I" 13th weekRogere. ell Pamah, Anne Strickland
The Dow Jones Industrial average I Off about a point were Air Tie public speaking and beautifica- BeautIficatIon 'of -he-me;

at noon was off .N .it duction and Boer Down Eras a one-time footballstar lion of home grounds. Diede
medal Nancy
'j' 17108. UneaSy were Eastman Kadnt, at !fee University ef Derail Other awards were presented grounds Prentice.

GM and Ford were each down Union Carbide Texaco,: fftatlFe I and Mar a ...school caeca, .k as follows: man Ronnie. Suzanne Ewers 2;LofetlParrish.

fractionally while American Motors Consolidated Edison am r accused of
evading payment eldartif Agricultural medal- Harold Chad Development- Unda
i, and Studebaker were about Caterpillar. $336,598 II ktama lUll and Leadership TruJuTe Tony Trujillo Steve Ball Deborah Hopeoey Pam
ejpchanged..U.S.. Prices oa the American 8MExchange ..I the years UOMI wade. fc Plat Rom* Woh: TurbyvQle. ,

Steel, Bethlehem and were generau> UJer. .. .. was a Member of the SUM Tkeee Abuaaa County 4-Hera ",n..t jot a small part ef the many Automotive medal Danny Citrus medal- Larry Tales.

Jones Lnghlln eased. lead Hoist wards landed eat last night at the ...... accemaUahaacaU ........ From Trujillo Edwin Andrews. Tke achievementsbaa-

; IBM dropped about I. Sunray Corporate bonds were fata Rogere to now a real estate left art Linda. Sheffield. Lowed Parrlsa. Rebecca Det.. Linda C.... Steve Ronnie bola Robert Phillips; quet was closed wttH a) word

OX Oil slid more than a point U A government N w's BMrte nd kiearence Platt and Jeeaie Sanders The pk'nred 4-Hera were reciaknta ., tap sward Beef medal- Chuck: CaOen- of thanks by Ien.'JowptIine Mc-

UlUltM Hotels spurted morrkaa time .ta quiet d..l'ns:: ever ta. executive h bit tftthadhaf thoae for citixrn ...... ton of '
v ( a point Loral Electronics counter. Clearwalcr. Bun Mixaoa) ers. Bill CtUon; agent *

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0IIt ::" \ Friday October 2. 1954 Gainesville Sun 13Things


Kids to Help Two New Boys' Club Sites Chosen; I i ,. '.,;;":,':' ." I CLASSIFICATIONINDEX I

Drive for Old I I THEREIS

Clothing Construction Plans Are Incomplete !


More than ( Gainesville Branch facilities of the .
.000 I c. W ThmMI
children will take part in a Gainesville Boys' Club are being LM k FwM

"people helping people" project established In northwest ::isias; 0 : u 4 .PrwMHi. StrvkM

when they collect discarded and southeast Gainesville.Dr. 5 Trawl IntarmiHni4SPKM
Ben Samuels vice president NMNMI '
clothing for later renovation by ritrlmS '
and chairman of the future ..
handicapped workers. ..... Slltm Child CM*
A large paper bag has been I planning committee announced I Plus T. .* An*

given each child in school today the extension plans this i Tin, T. ...

to be taken home with a week.A .
letter to parents. The letter five-acre tract near Uncoln AUTOMOTIVINArtlxt WORTHWHILE

asks that used clothing be High School has been donate ....... nl...

,placed In the bag for donationto by Uncoln Estates developerPhil 71 Trucm' NT KMTruck
Emmer for the South- 5w V".IH
Goodwill Industries.
M T'..... Si True RtnlthM
Children will return the filled east Boys' Club branch.
Trolls ...,..,
The site Is expected to be
bags to school on Tuesday U MDMrcyrln, S ScMMffSS
Twelve Gailesville schools are cleared by Jan. 1. .. .._11. ....."

cooperating In the drive. Chairman of the committeefor AglmwkllM tar Sil'*
,ice--0.- ,
t a yp ..
More than a hundred handicapped a t the southeast branch la Dr. Owsa Cats

persons are employedIn C. W. Banks. Members are 17 Aubl WMlIMIDUCATIONAL

cleaning and repairing such Frark D. Coleman D. E. A.

clothing and other donations In Cosby Thomas Coward, Amos
Jessie Heard Russell IS SchMH, 4 ImirucllMItMuiic
the Goodwill workshops learn.Ing Demps ,
a trade as they work. The Henry 0 W. Nesly Jack Ron You N WHIIt4lMlniCllMIMPlOTMINT OdKin .

clothing Is later sold in Good Rev. W. L. Souder EugenWheaton. e

the F. G. Wlngate, Rev.
will retail stores like one
II ,....... M..
0. T. A. Wright Richard Robin- | WMH4
at Ml NW Ith Ave., Gainesville
uARBoys' uA\R
This store managed by'Alton son and Dr. Harry R. Warfel. "I-M"I l t .-tmtlt

Phillips has 'been open since The for the north 14 lass, Hip WwlXI4W ,
last November. It Is patronized ; property H| W..... '......
west branch Is northwest of
t: ( I* Wort .
looking for W llM Mail
by shoppers Milnopper Road and tlth Avenue
clothing, furniture lamps, toys extension. A gift from the
and housewares. All these item FARMS a LIVISTOCK ,
Junior Welfare made
Club Goes WestLittle League II 'Anti .
have been reconditioned and 5.1,15"1' /
the down payment on the property V .*! a> ,.,UI''..,
the sales money la used to pay Joe Hadlcy right, lIOn of Junior Welfare League President which Is Just over nine M LI....... 4 Sup..i,MIt IN

wages to trainees in the Industrial 1. Mr. W. P. Hadley, left shows special interest In the site for the new acres. 1 L." ...,lnf i TM SiN. .
workshop. northwest branch of the Boys' Club. Dr. Ben Samuels and Dr. Howard S 4 SuMIM
The Gainesville school bag Weems. (from left) Boys' Club officials hold the sign designating the Boys' Club I President Dr. II LIVMlKt W0s4FINANCIAL 'X .
collection is the first to be made Howard Weems said there are
t site for which the Welfare League donated 1000.
by Goodwill in any school system no Immediate plans for building :
of northeast Florida. In the construction., M a.._ OHMrtlllOIIM ,. ,, .

two years past, Boy Scouts distributed And Southeast Too I "MIIIIY II 1>MMIRCMANDIII
He explained that overcrowding r M.rt.0r THE
the clothing bags. at the Boys' Club on Wal MW W/..
boxes for donations are located Boy*' Club Executive Director Mike Kreshka, left shows off the new T do Road ha* created an Immediate .
in three Gainesville shopping site for branch facilities near Lincoln High School donated by developerPhil I
need for land. By the :
centers, where parcels may be Emmer second from right. Committee members W. O. Nealy and I end of this year an estimated ., WHIM K Suv

i deposited at any time. Dr. C. W. Banks, from left take a look at the five-acr tract. (Sun .L 1100 boys will be enrolled in No Longer 41 MMDlMry 4 TMI I

: "Goodwill trucks make colections photos by Eddie Davis.) T the Boys' Club 41 SulKInf, ", ..." ...
week program.Lincoln N It_I5 0545M
I several days a "" ,"" 1 aYr".reMspr ,
when large Items such as furniture High School Principal A.Mee.
, 44 ftr .... SUN
, "" are given. We will be 0. W. Nealy said the a "HI" P..l

. y glad to send our truck if we tlar! midwest branch will serve at 4* ,..1 011 4 W_ ,

_j receive a telephone call a.ti ark 1;i L M e I least 1400 boys Dr. Samuels n iolll Mirlnt, S",,il|. 1
J7M04T said Phillips. y -( said the number of boys In the n CMI. > MwM. Plw.

The Goodwin Industries idea northwest exceeds the 1.200 fig 55 OtIsN SWlsrdN 1

.( dates back to IMS, when the tfa ore for the southeast area. MUllcei M.4lMlaRIAL

f first program was established .
.; ,
\ In Boston. Through the years ISTATI rod SAIL WANT
I the plan has been extended until m < j*
mare are now 127 areas In 3OWfPLvs To Dine Hear w.....rMl PrtMrtyM
U.S. where Goodwill is organized. HMM
the tar I<'i4MCXIttM

Chalk-Talk Mr 10''. )
A volunteer Board of Directors V "Ml ..,... I..ft.....4N ,jao
.1! I
lldt W4HK4
In each area operates autonomously. The Alachua Audubon Society Out H T_ Pr50wty

They cover more will hold Its first dinner 44 SUIIMM P_... .
than 1.00 communities In their meeting of the year at the Need 41 iMIWMItl IlKimt ADS rAltnaungemgrlt

service of rehabilitation for the Thomas Hotel Tuesday at I 30 41 Ftrmi 4 ....'. '
41 C4I_ Pr.r.rty 45151. :.:
handicapped.Over p m. Following the dinner Mrs

50,000 handicapped per. M. Reed Morris newly-elected ,

sons are served each year. They president of the society will MNTAU4H M
the scale CMC* PrNWly ...,... ,
are paid wages on give a chalk-talk on wildlife 44 Cdt4tM Mr Sri .
established by the U. S. 41 PimliM I An.4TNMHI ,
j i U.S. Department of Labor, and When a resident of Jacksonville N unsmiM.d, A.IL
Mrs Morris had
million -
in turn pay more than two Mr ant5A
to income morning children's television 41 ....... Mr lull VMs,,. LOIT .. _
I dollars s year show called "Once Upon A 41 .Mm4 Mr (..tMMMIK 55. 555...r. jass s4 N' .....
I social security taxes. M
and = ; qW/N.
trained workersare a Story" on which she told M4TM ; ,
After being
Y-II... encouraged and helped to stories Illustrated by drawings SI MIM.W4MM HmUltSIA Tt l..llII M*....4 iMfM. =:

I find Jobs In normal commerceand Gainesville Civil Air Patrol. made simultaneously on a chalk iMrMrl W4fltt4M -.>. 1./ CSIWASDI -

d industry. board.. Otfk Ores tCK
4 'UlONAUXir
chance N eu&n .1.
1"1 but
"Not charity a This will be a get-acquainted

II Is the slogan which is used. mettlng and all members are I SiaviciIS 'II SAIL.'Uu'. ....."..saLa0N5..Wy -
urged to return the M wk fiM>*'lM
in Air LiftGainesville reservation 4I
! Laos Removes Important Big cards sent to them In the SwcM S4nkM N: u M*.<., A**.Vunt-wl_ 11I-,1':
N Im5.a5w55 "I
, ., : malt or In telephone Mrs. Morris N5MNaTV5..1. u.iii't V10.

Ambassador members of the craft (an except military end state civil defense air transportation at U2M to make a dinner ;Or. Use UAMII4IK4 t ftnOwtWANTAD / Ji',; 5 : r,1
reservation. .. ,
Civil Air Patrol pilots and owners commercial aircraft) and CAP officer and director of 1,1I.

VIENTIANE, Laos (AP-The) of general aircraft will playa will Include the ferrying of the Florida Development Com- Officers of the loral comer "'Of. 4 SHCUL NOTMslOMA.CM

Laotian government Is withdrawing role in the greatest airlift blood plasma, medical and food IHIMlOfl aUoo group In addition to the IATIS ..
iu ambassador from ever conducted in the United supplies key civil defense per- I president are- Dr. Tom Hum i_ .T...

North Viet Nam but says the States Saturday and S u a day sonnel and medical personnelto Simitar effort to amass ..Ulentr.1 hrey.. first vice-president. Otto PH. 171.MM .St2eswt.I ne w..... cwt Of.,|

Is not a diplomatic break when 24 of the 21 states east St. Petersburg from the 19 aviation In other Votlkner, second vice-ores-! beeClessilad -'
move eastern S Oar .. .... OHM cliNt .r.
with the Communist regime. of the Mississippi River take mission bases of operation 0th- states will be' made to evaluate dent. Mile (Catherine Farts OalyDIADLINIS
r." the part In Civil Defense Federal er plans crews will make radiological secretary' ; Mrs Mary Guy, JOT

neutralist per tokltheNttonal *-Aviation Agency and United I surveys and take surface what this bug body could treasurer The chairmen of the PLAY SCHOOL _

Assembly Wednesday States Air Force emergency fitness ,traffic counts. do'Ia time of a ntl aal standing committees arc Wildlife VNss 5 5....ws MHO ,_. .N,.vaSr..M$1 ,. .

that he would ask AmbassadorThao tests. All amID plane owners in the tllltl'11IICY Film Series Co!. F. W. Tim I M. Mm....M Do*MM Mtrt-p5..IO .NI- "CtM MMWt. t>-.i

Pal, to warn from One key city In each state state have been asked to take lodge; conservsUon. Mrs. 555.. .5551 biitiM P"*>*>:-.m 1115. .

HanoI. Thao Pang Is a member will simulate a disaster area, part Irish BrawlIn Archie Carr, co-chairman, Dr \\) 5.ad55Nl 11 ..... ....I lit IM.II p1.. I ciui. "T.45.4 .M.is ......"
Pathet Mm M t 1505.
devastated II before David field
of the pro-Communist a city days Anthony trip. Dr. /5 ... Ie H III MIL HMh.IX FR 6"'lI.'
Lao. Souvamui said If he refused by an enemy atomic at The northern sector (C) win Humphrey; bulletin, Jack Chan- 1 ,.... .... ( I .... I'
.... Is5H
to return be would be dis-tack. be under the command of Wing Streets Ian; youth tducation. Mrs. .J. 4MH. w>U Soo. i to KM tarn*
1s r"we ifi4>n
missed. The Civil Air Patrol of the Deputy Commander Lt CoL Wayne Conner. ctxhalrrn I n. ,

Souvanna's neutralisWghtwktg Florida wing Is expected to fur. Otis L. Phillips with base In BELFAST Northern Ireland Don Altierl. historian, Dr. and FAMILY lATa II FINALS. MIL WANTIOW :

coalition government has nish 50 cent of pilots observers / Jacksonville, Tallahassee Lakeland (AP) Thirty-two persons Irs.- George Hunt; publicity, 1 is1.rtta, ant 5151 .:; 11 "" ..
per / .
charged that North Vietnamese and Gainesville, and St Au- were Injured Thursday night In Mrs. George Lee Crutcher., 11-- 05 5.. *,,M051.4 Mn,1.,1w1AM
radio operators I I 1- NX '
:: :: :
troops are fighting In Laos planes operating from Ill CAPS""tine. a street battle between policeand '. I5 11 1- 5 MUM MrrM 551.1
alongside the Pathet Lao. North out of IS state airport Irish nationalist after officers Couldn't t wisH/us waiitso '.}
squadrons All civil aircraft win directed Fight :::
this. Fastwith
Viet Nam has denied removed the Irish Repub I 1.0 0,51 .IMsSd 55 5115151Arty. 15 >
by Frank Sioutamtre. 51WN0y,. Will rsr x 50. lOW IWl HCOLO ;
hAk NOTKS Ten aircraft are expected to ;lic's flag from a ':u dIn,. Female Jury eo 045 a .50 0 11M.s.... :S O d1050. I Op-4
-neIII-- IIIA S "M tomr Mf- t* 5555S 5 5 IV. ., .
c_. PSrtr wiN 5cNss take part from Gainesville with It wit tilt wont outbreak of ..>, A..>, M MTMH t A/4
idNO 1.05 Movie Finn'sShip OAKHURST Calif. (AP) t' Alii. (55..W/I. m W(
_tor nA./.50 11 5s/5. 5N5.a5e.s S.WwNd 0.. a communication and operations violence In recent years In Brit- P.NMSI. Sri.WAMrO. .
center set up at Gainesville klh-ruled Nerthtm Ireland. Th defense attorney wt .. II I 1 11551 .....,., fwte IM rT 545 M."w r.A

SZ LSrrssrw MMMrM MMM*. ".Ic__ 0. airport, under the command Disabled Fifteen demondritor were polling the Jury Thursday In .M..I.0......Cal. r_ l 1AVON M.. _. _
s.jrc5jr.jr.xjrr: of the Group 12 commander arrested. Grub Gulch District Court after 12 point i

'"', sj sijr-.jy Capt Duane Andrews MAZATUN Mexico (API retort *( a guilty verdict 1* 1.1.. M I ftwt 54107 fwte CALLING

GTS. !TM?. :of Gainesville. The Injured includedEuropean .: .. HIT CI...W
rss 0 55 A movie company* disabled He askedt he only mm on the .... Wi*.<..r IMMV .>
III|cta.rMI I M ,... NriOT.-....I INs.d OtMMT .t454..., M.4M .. Mission of the general air0 ship with 3S persons aboard. was I-en- Jury Benjamin Lemon, how hevoted. .,, .J.8 Point ..5. -s.5.w.--v 5.0 555..-....

/M5 .MMrmMIOT MW 41C4 OT w.I Mr 55w IMM Ned(r*...>5 r 0TK. h A0AC towed safely into the harbor of '' Replied Lemon: "Not ..... .....,., ISIS A'O,5...!.a w .a*!e.. M 0.M551.-/.
__ M M STILLS TMOMASAOCMM this Pacific Coast resort Thurs The Person MSLP M __0Ai
D m- >. eiltAMTM guilty court sea m an IALI5
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TMOMA CMKtKtUC <- Still "
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CIIICUW COUNT M 'l0etAMCM IDA. mad m* do a, triad 5.0. 5 I 4F4 M*
......... JUDICIAL COUNTY.CltlCUW.IN III CHANuiM.WMrrt. _- III------11I AI5/5. t..SM II 0- ant Actress Maria Schefl and I 1.entas. poMmf to the 11 wens ... mw5"4I,....thM 005 ty :.. .,'

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off tilt
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e *AVM sowry.w FWs bests took off all w >> IJleleR .iii tar w 555. seas M Mi55550y Sr>4lMrlN '"W
$*.... .0.0514 HM.MM .NHS 05.0 Ise .. .. 0. astkl0d solo II special election that .5. 50 "* :
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a f eonfMence for bis
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II 11 Mile, Help w..tMW1'NTID 21 Uvaatackoo i I.,..,.. 12 Motile' H_.. for S.I.
+ ,.,c" milK rsu 11.... ; now Mva LATH. M,. NORTHWEST
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A""I, 10 'rKIIII GoInI e0C1rlI11'l tow taolnot. tMoibto prtct riot TRAILER SALES CROSSWORD I PUZZUinaa
D.lry. Ph... ..,.am by t.,.. toVtntoat tt .5r MOT' 7n Woloo.ROM M.I.At aaa. aaaa

I 4fljua 10' IDol. :'a 501 tTogroni ks/1nb*ntr throlgs .... L_ <7 1.711 riCr./ aaanoaa. anaa

DUE TO IXANIION P500MMe. _. PMX OokMovlIM *r /Uichuo. ,.. FEDERAL QUALITYHOMES ACROSS SO.Aflentooa uuanuna. snaa
1,1, d J ",.,'. ....... NI II ... Phono PR ..|0tl or.2105 .,. INC. .. 1.011. ana*
With high Khoel. eduC.'..... Pne.rocp .. _. _Ut NW IQffl I' tm NW. all it .Ykle.vlll' SLCotto anna. ana. aaa

+ N .anon s IIM 5111bllily. MW5.nC.,IvNi.- NOe1l5t.. Start.Inn 19 PITS i SUPPLIES w PR Mill tttoft JI.msN- ...... ihapedmt seeds, L A T. 'L D L N T A IT C

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1743111er (i..MAN
MEN WANTED ton AKC IHI"HI"O.nelelsr.1.Ill1Mock, ., ......on'ICOH Straighten Mllr annananno f \oj. .

Mill .onM Muf'b Miles_. _.14. 13.1...... 33.Lpl C LOt II L A lit r. It
NEW Numb.r .... ..I... .. m-nu. Sales 14. actio. G

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and NW,1W Phon. 3722601. mi Mho* tprmw ......
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0 505Ma sin.. Ph515un ........ Pvppos, wormy 1 1 DOWN ..Duinujchlllf
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m ora. Chsonpl55Ynp
m.IIAL .-. Drive 21:Ships 46. E.11e so.f 1.Cam lilt .

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"" golf 111.1 lIos y511w "... 11110051.N. <.
JJ.DUoohta Purport
110.... 1 LIIs1N ...IM...... 10.V-po.
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Foul aiAAlll ooo rotr tMMtrtkittV ;r.1uItea.t 51 PrwaW 1I&ht--: 10.Breric.

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C.ltltll" w. h iW.10Mi" II", no Mtoro. III.., P44J.1M4. """ nudbihoTifCodoftkt
1 for Ills .'*' i'". .road, Open S.SkaMralP ) :
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Molt Wantat :.2'1.
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Help Help
fill ,,.. .. m' '. poll. 0121 _.. ilL 3 Wg11o 0,50. 11051 Mvra.'mo N l t..Weu.MI. .
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call I fCVlBIWI
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Ion 311411
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We :P Iii. p : .. 4 TV FR 6-5165 4573Pen .... on Rt lot i mito' a I. 24.>cUadoaudcrlvulTt
I tor M man eorwo MM NW ,m tl. tr 0117043M CLIANIMIITTLIO IALI rUItI.It.O 5.5101.c M Ktyiton HeilllII.)11M _
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M man.Ni Ko:= INI1Nbe R 25.Cattlaf
troMWirlto. koi M4-A H Otlnoo.MIVKI WANTED mature nuts .
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WAITIIt.I tln... II.IS NT _. Phlctl MWind =: 'C'.YWIItit = ONE. UP POP' .e. u
cowl" or .INy. I. 'live .. '' uNn1. .. :
t N.RS "'.'''.... _..m. '. mill haw own ur and '
for tiawly J3.Ml..el
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1 ROUT MAN, .5111 iMmt MllvtryMrKncM CONNOLLY .. '.2.Strap
ttotton .tttMotit. III- .. only, 55 mlMmwrKlrrod SALESMAN Ie all q/IIM.Md MeWW hems II''.., ,... I 4 IOrl Ml fACIMAKiH 11 I 4f 1
Cry11 actortllnt M otxllty. Plio- .. Pull IbM. 101 II.l _.... ....y". lot. .EpnuWIF .....,.... ......... 5511... M5ry RflTtl' ttwlty. Tale up MW UnU _- w1/A WinsP.110ro jj >light. :
...! 37110542 MIWMD "m"., HM ,
for .11. Cill / Ills M "CS MI* tMciw ..ii.. Hors Hmf
Wry touttV II NW mil'II.A"yI Phi ".110. : '0.0 P.rimOd.-r. I >?. ouTtodoy.T'mllMl.ISif ,: : J7>.iotf: Inrn 'tt'Va'l'JW.. : : fII, ........ plecei N ,_. I4.bklmaIS.Maa'i .

M.n-. 271.,.,. Otlnonlllt on U. .. 441 Pft' bnr.hi ctofkOM ainKlltm tor IHncn: dMI.
3104111 $trosnOlo.1 PIra115r." 1 TMftiMlM emu In Mint' tor thltptttom
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f SPECIALTODAY a y..n hkwliMw, tHN VM M* _.... clot (Mndllna Iwid to Lour who... 'T.I.ooo u...
0,1111 M M 14504.4 .. .,
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,oem 1 55l O A ..{1515 N All ...:..: 51.45 0005. U. 0. lee III OK ClMlu.
1105 IM..141lP1.11 Ic.. vwr IrtoMi n* mrcinhMMn ii LOTS'POR.SALII IIMIM Now VoW II, N V. Print' for Mm.24 win. ,v to oto THRU SATURDAY 05124. SI ItirM. .taut Oil. I tor
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1.1141Wham. JKkMnvllk, 0.*>.. AdO Loll 15 1/104., flu NAMtV AOOIIfl ..Nl IONI.NIW .
yule, t Oc.lt. GeI_'", will occtw to LoH
i i Ii Ltltlont.Pti POK IMM M* 4Ml>m -
Cii X1011. Alto, now omioctM to
57X10 MOBILE HOME 111 sjjP.M. .
I4M milk tow awn mire 0 Mom to knit troctat Ituntvtrl
I! Ills.' I BUTTSMobile 0571150515 55154..4.111p.rSI. Pint' I PRtl ".._ wn.broldtry .
.. wIlls en Inter.OWlS.. Ph. oW dolls lon IS Hamaa far Sola 15 Hamaa ftw S.I.rancicff IS HMM far Sal* j jI
1 II S lMli i I..IrwNae _lo74 tntr I ,.M. on mtlity unit for MW N-. ft CltiloaVALUII _

Homes < .. U COMPLITC GUILT DON'T MISS THIS ", > Dncn8iRn _'...... ".", ..... fr''''_
PATTIRNI If) MUM. now Oullook. TRULY LOVELY HOM'E SO. I ottti NHM In NW MC. .... .'* leI55dls
1 111 Real Estate Exam ,.... RAILROAD Pw btflmwi' txptrtb bid At Motor Oordm Jlo ml. toutHf 'l01I. Cans Hoot, tlr" ctndltltnlnf.Cuoton grpJ7433M. .-..." lit, ...,..
ceuosiATTINO MctnUnowl Ides 05.11 Phur15 PR 41114. ..jIs, ....
.14. Comoul. on Ml. I aR ill.
1 .. Pint !..- *2?._.,. NW 13th St. SIDING LOT 50515. 05. for .... year 0501Cam11rt. .
Nil NW "h 1/. Call NAVI lingo tMMMftlalIroof III .IIIt P11.54 r.l.. Drive. by. MOVING' TO JAXP050AT IV OWNIK 1 55. I kotth/ CO
,. IIIIJ... WIN, OrsI Mdld. 14 W.ftrfriil Prayirfy trade -'IV.' Will Hums Ut ..
NMVICEMN0 for crwoo P* HIlt or FJ Mm IN t Now ..
MIN' CIVILISER at 6th St. .... .. ..,., 1.11111. .... tII''". .WOODROW SEAY D51s/r4.. It I55r/llul" wins Irsn1. tortor *olnl' Tron ...,.....
WINIFRED Mtmtert 5eI fir
torV loon. PS oU7. M. CRAWFORD wur Ntor. erwrchoi tnf
.em 05n 5/unN511Is" TKo Moilor lulldor Oslnosv1111", now tnop
InImIM/loss.' r5 ft Broll.r, limo M prso.rly. pits ,....
ipKUIlIm M Wolk to
aedrsN a-- kMUtlnil I ten Ml 'In NW. bunt tor ......... LKtlt.
Y. land name On SIns51 HrklM ill mold stir MANY UKI bitch wood .
Ill W. : ......,_ Prlcod IranPo"oTCI PROPIITIe1Acol. I""" .... ,.... Woolwot ec"". .. lut
AsstiIltiol: ...._:::;. Mmw..lth wtMtfiy O'M .I:It AJW. to I P.M. tovtral ACf.Git ..101.t mllM. N. tl Mllron.oeno FREDARNOLD _IIIn Hutk 11"'_"._. ...mPMlie. "dow""ce.nrnkoo ttrif 4 oak fwtn, win.

2 Hug l.clroomFront Dining Room VMM1jvwt ft INC. 55050505. ..11IIII"' 0u. nnollon MIMi.OWNM .
"INWOWIN WANTED AT ONe !ASTOOCIATSL OVIIt 31 .( Subs Irani. ms.y or .... .boovtHul %'lithon. "HA "..Inc'y.' Due dse11 i
N 5,115. for crvN SaVk Gee IN W. Univ. IHimI ....,..if MCM ''''. AIM 0 fiw Mtny Jwny cuitom -...... 105.5/ .......... 1150,
lipM .'. LMn, | R. m with' Ctrprtlnf' Out Th.w51d0 II .0050 I. 0' C1u1M nmn torm. 'Ion,- .151101 NMNS wl deck 4.0 doss I thtiM by _.... live ..... .ne5 i4511.. U NW 11111, 01.
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; =1I1m", SIRVICI. IN NS. ....,. 17 011III 1 N a : w. ani aivd. ama" ut Key Shores REALTOR 'slay WtIs. unmodloto : .
2 d..r s.Nmali d.Msst I IMI.YHOP.TMNOJN. :w. Mrs ton *.1M t. ":. (rrorML C" ;
.. o.i viiit' Sail ....... P5ots 1451.111
10550 fin hemMitw from C.11
lowbtrry HA MIl kM $2250 .prilw SMr..tTfc w
""......... .wally, wi.. BEATLE BUYS FORDYCEREALTOR
IIIG'l! ,.... tor MOELLER non-waMrfront from $1 SI I 0 374.374. to ":. our INS
wlik I raNtavaklt 5695 .... A III SEPOShmy 1.y M* M MARY M. ft. 4 an.o.Hl, .. IMot
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....... ,II ... If NP 1114., ,: 31511 7IIb;. to :" mm.I. REALTOR Marina Locations mi oooutmil 4 .oodroom MI., I .tuy.... .,011I"air" .1nd.,. eel ntnt M W MlI .

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10% DOWN $88.07 Per Month Civil l.crolnlul' eeurC' NINcrMt Win* 1000500104.101115MIM10. 1 o,-sly.......... .C.._ M. OPEN HOUSE Alt hirnlnirt (ncludlna' wooly
HimMI', SiM, M.Citlulo :a'=:;. U Motel Locations M kit mocnmt nrrkj. ft MW fcod.
NrmlM .
new /or rl IN N ...
1501 rA T Ownor 51w1so .......
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Univ. II ywry III 1115 5051111505 rood r.f'D\r.: : :,: 'INVEST ri: flccommodotlont _. NN IM.I ROOM, I a* I kiln, Mtmy tt en =" *111 4N.e
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+ i' Connolly I 01'" .... -..... "SERVICE HAS lUlL .. IIIIoIIIftII .NIS III N.W. DAVID ANDREWS. b'rld5 Nruel.ci. In our NN11ue. Iran 11gi ..511117...... ryas. bNusl/ul, ...Mr..,_month AH-.IncludM city, nKvonfencn HUM ond

U.S. 441 I oAU. 15.4511ADDLp1 OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD lie,..... 11CMN 'I- Ie $117IDns REAL ESTATE Mlcktn, -ctiBttolt w10i'l1ILn 14 ..loCN luNylSeSome "Mil In .. r. IIItct1ono. IIW
c.fv.o.4PMM: MN/321/ ," wlllt p.1id ........ n v. ,It HW 3105 II. 4mm VA 1311 i iPO dews PHA 'n"L .
A : 'h.". 376-0571 Ill d.11M MOBILE IllY will. 415" .1511 1555 .,.... CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 d1OpN51. .. .old. "
McC.4.11151,, aklr10 511111' Poll II lytct fir .. .. 1405 DOWN =+M = AN I.1riN
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_. ... 55115 gold. .udl'Hen. HOMES norm o< aoofry. Otwlon 'I $ .... IIIeuIIIIII ..... t5W5r. Ntor unMrany Ctw cusdlltosr. 3 55 I
1R 17....... 1100.11P11151 I tormt tfrontt* .. lamfi 4..m.sAmnI ellrllle s5y Tr"' t. 040 ; ii,, l japN ONLY aw town PHA
5 Mtttma MwnwjriHI ,
y lam, 5Pr55.l y s sae 1.555 MIm.
I 024.3105 Jet. 311 1451 v. .. McCoy 7a. CLD1I 'YOUII IV" WIlLS 1 ,....,. ..,- 01 15 re545M155. sold swnsrMlle 5 I

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T Beneath This Banner Are The World's Best Bargains


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ol $100 or loss with the telling price It.todl. the .... No additional c site for .... that require the full 10 dart. No refund for ode that
LAYS 4jMjbring quicker action.DIAL .

378.1411 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.


IS HOMM rW SoloIACKIFICI IS H._. fW S.I. IS HOVMO Iw S.I.llvK IS N.151w Mule -

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THE TIME IS NOW. ril I5 III c.."'..... .11I. MMM 1.112 1$ and ..1':': buIld.. t 1 4 15.. 555115. 15511.rn tor Dv Nurtry n.wWIMM II 5._ pit LM Iwo paytmfil.num. ,. TM JIm1, C;"5 15sy. I ,. D. OLIVER
wi' tUI 4155. 5510 5551111111 WIM, 511125,1 55eolo .. "'Dr"-. W NW BnlPI 5111515 7.55. -- OPPIP.INO _
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.. 551451 5511 .1, A Ia.Ny 1.51 wIll 0u. Only .,11111 "'''',,., 4 w*|.
Do You Have A Room Apartment GLADYSSMITH ROOMING HOUSE 121,. 11. S1v155" ,.... 4 1101, ', *.... I... NICS01N' Salt yard ... w. ... 11151111' .
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7SS 1.I55I1.0 555 ... 155.N1y Iew mil wlHl pun 4prMilw "" ,,, 1793375 IP 10. M P.Y e A MmmMlly you mull M
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Will 5 1111 1.115 ivttMi Only I toMM 1451.1eI15..5511115.1I1W I p115115111111
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pnctrty *m .Jv. him 5 ntatNi ll.,... tliwnclnf .vll. Pr mlto 115. A. W. [ Av*. ,MM UK OIM .wln' .IBttrMCtton. -
372-5393 .... ..... .ki, rr lull 5.011. kiwKl PHM )M4:H *r >rt- NOSH wlto, L15w155M1. ..... $M tr) M MlP .
Prk. PMutM 5 Rill .....,* cOil... MIX. Sub MUnMrt, ION NC dId r Sion.., is 101112.' 5M ,.. 5111y51IllI1. Doily lab w. P. It I-MM.
j til J km. I Mill 5.11 Av 17955 'I
vacancy rmn lawn MMHI.ly HIGHLAND COUP.t ... I B.lr.7PI : Vitiate Croon
II Ml* II 112.5. Cn-
.1"11111. If you wanl Wily "let kom ., ...... Wall I wall ctrprt try.Hi. .
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YOU MORE than the ud that will rent I1.Two. MM 1.55 ,111t II 1515 5.55 5II. nm >ir _: '..... Ptan UNUSUAL4Bedroom2Bsth I O.IIIIVIIII'l .f
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f f -III HIM uN ml will mm. yov to. Oiv Oft 110 A55.r .
ui c."H hMiy. Suburb. Helghti,
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU ROM* 4 inn I win. -
-l.r.* cnwr to* M NW rift ICMril UNIVERSITYREALTY 0) Ly55I" OMMOlnlno HOMIS
II EVERY DAY until it is rented: torn 55.. ft/Mr. kwmmwtt to.IM M..". OMrMmDnwlMP.MHI
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I 110o 1111 N. 005, It. BRYANNow Z Family Rum DM C.I..Id aid .....-.

IF RENT IS:, YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: GLADYS SMITH W. M.15171-1321 Munro SM1ANOC1 O I PIM iwurtoM* luttM l.m Kltdwn.LMMnr 7.1121. orarr Hrleii. Irhk endONMk.
I back In Goin*.villo Ml Utility RiMt .

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day Realtor I' I. 15,1.101111,1. 5441.. RIM to serve you In all' typtt 0) HfMtipMi r..lmmlnt. ft*
AlMClttM, lIoy MCancC55. T. c. ".. J,. of ftrrasio W.II.t-WIII CWMI M ........ 2 ......

.$50 ptr ,mo. i. $1.66 per day VlrfMi PIMMT.. NVMIN Am. HlnrniCmUt Mlf CCe NW.....mi.. _Tw 11m15d1It four tain 55511.Nn155. -. J CMtnlHMllMFRED Air c--. Ps.ltr.s.' .

( w. UMvwXiy *vFhM. .. I2GI 151119, S ..ou.... B fir T Terrazzo I
$55 ptr mo. . $1.83 per day 971UflI ..,.....,. 511591 f. ..... I II MASON AN .5y tOOVOMOMU. sad

.It I frMn Mud M N > .IIT totiMkylOTtotMiltolt Company 'HONIn ..........
$60 per mo . $2.00 per day IwN..M I
'" I MptW Nwkt ,... ROOMING HOUSE 2-1)40. M Mill
... co.... 3513 II S'S N. 511. 2.OS Nl tftk Dr.rfcope I bs555Ny hsdsue.d.CI.11sNIy .
$65 per .mo. . $2.16 per day m,",. MCK1.Y5I. PIVI PIdl5I/Id.IIDROOM1.CHltrM I kutii'Hi.. mwly ,. PI 1-011' Ask Aon Our .

All roMil r.M.d. Cam.*'., fur.nlilw I T...-.. .!.. 1119t .....
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day SWIMMINGPOOL *. Ivcrtlmt.. Incwfi, L*. .......+Re ....
Ml** III Mr OuilMll Pr*>

.. $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day I..."" "I OHICM. Prkl Ht7M. N.... M.L toss Y P us IN LU I

FOR RENT OR SALE A of homein *.OH M N.I. 10 Art.o. .
i $80 per mo. . $2.66 ptr day gem a I Io.di.s laser
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SPACIOUS' I tilreim r<> 1551WIy THRU kM., Mnl S.5. KM' .. Tw* iff**. I : : C.sh.I lbs.

$85 ptr mo. . $2.83 per day SWIMMING 1,55M POOL*llh LK.M U' I JT In 1195 LMIr WoMlnf'Krml c.....and.. Tw M.lnllrnl *M- beautiful Control Al CM*. U.M"TOorkooo PNINNn
p tile NW MCHM .knl WHM.. 1011 520315 t. Is .IIhiiIIdpd k* a setting Tilo.koo ITl-TOTO iMkONJ Or** CkotoLlktad
$90 per mo. .. : $3.00 per day tile city' 1551/. '.. TMi u H u1C55. .5459.. W.7511d.5a5M 5555 S PsvsdsP.. I A_ i IMiwoIki.
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: $95, per mo. .. . $3.16 per day twtrwm ALACHUA REALTY 191 t QN. a21311ZlC OIAI
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PHONE 376-4456
$100 mo. . $3.33 day I'rvctlM 1...... kl tile NW Mt. .
per lion" IwcKI. fMlwM .kKluwKHMwi A5sC5l" .
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II MINI...,..* kl w.lilt city NW Ihniik. MCtlM' ONLY M New Brick Home


HU9I t ...., trim* 4 .bid. I..nd"I PANELED FAMILY

IS 75..5.5 br "Ie IS H_ for Solo DMI *vim l in I Nl sly.i UK*Avmw**>thM. MUM A 1 ..._ tulll, .M HtctiM ROOM 2- SUNDAY

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1.110. M lilt..P., _. Sir CM*. Pvl rlrM If L/. JOHN
! Vir< Hir riv* ,..11.. ink Av* Mr .W*, pal ,.IU.n. IM. Ut.L IAT your rneneulou Inipotlion/ ..t'CONDITIONING tt 0 M' '.
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! *..*.-r. ..= :. *7!.MI PARRISHPRESENTS REALTOR CM VMM ** .. e LOW TAXIS N.W. 39* Avmiw
, IP & MULYWLI LATINO REGENCY 3 bedroom, 2-both. Full brick foyer double

! M 5111055 AMOCIATII PI 1109 WIMIERLY ESTATES carport, 1.435 tquore fttt. Huge lot with room for stable ?. ,

w.MAP.CILLA M. iUCKMANNANAOMM.PADDI STEPHEN 'OSTIIHIIGHTS Lloyd Myrltk. Builder and corral In rear. 1736 N.W. 39th Drive (19,000 10*

I 5t.' I CONVIINTIONALI 5155. C..1. N.id 'IP 5511 1 5.01... 1 15.1. App.intm.et 172-5l down $122 per month. .;..
Air. CMII Nr pnchil sill 5051 III N15.a.l. CMlr.l. 1111 MUSICAL UN"IUN.V. THE POWELL
bedroom. /i-both Oak floor central'
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: "'' New POItlM M 550 1/1.5021 tin II NM krtak hMwt. wmrcwnlructlM. hoot, full brick large WOODED LOT. $14,000 I I. ,(500.....
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ALL CITY SERVICES i with you in mind. Why not Mt them .
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w F "' 1001 : aoad location Mt pt r Fhon. 7MOO Ills new IIM. of mw doekb cIIa"-o Isster. 5.1.115 5pIns. hot, te0, AC. .... ,.. MS.N 455.5
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In* ohort trial width, el Choir 171.55.5IO:: OUT/ITTIRI' Cll PR' t-443l oner IPX.CLIAN PR I-70M.
III" 14 Fl. Mat trailer and IS HPmotor.
w.Nw 51 MlM.. Rental. loam rubtor teed ttphelllory. IIKOI 1.1.5115 In.UII Ploelwoed'Cadlllac.All 14 COHVAIK Jet etrte elinderdtrenimltelen
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5.pIsl. + SPACE FOR REN r. .>> cal out*, plitol ,like new, 111, .M F M. FR t49M. M..IuI M.rchudb0pa. Hlaheel *ftorever -
IHI'IC'IINCY' A"ART"' hm5h. ''''' 1M CoNMenoro/l Reilauranl 171 40. 41 X N" room divider IIIMrouonelitorad 71 IMt er tin and Ills uppeymenl or I ".M.
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Nr.0 WALDO I.". Mdroom andcempltlo POP HINT 3Tilt er M* ot 711 N. Male ncandill5Od, In OcshW
511 twin bed with Nom M 51015.IN
ptete ... .... P1.55 172.4711.ZINIT15 Its Folrlene 1 4 dr. 5.MIrwn..sesuwp will Mil rtaht. PMiw
kitchen' and lest, car.pert tN MONTH rubber mottreie** 12".! .... re.flnlthod Kirby taleo ft tarvteo .111. .
Newberry Trollor ,.. awn.er. RENAULT Deuphlne eoMdtranimlMlen.
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private wood table ft tin notch.In DOWIINO'I UFHOLITIRVChun IN 5.5 Icosrd/se. Iles .
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UlMi N II terpeulM, Its, __ low M U per month 1171 Mlllcreet Trailer C,. Lot AJ Itst, perfect ..... TOM mlM. Call
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hi NIk11150ty .... Not mod.Mm used furniture. Feullne'e 1411 I. ......*. AH ojork auaron* SPINET PIANOS A broki' at silt Coll wmr aly/lmO
_-a ponitv out convenlenlly Misled tocompui. PrN._ a 55510 Univ. Ave. Ph. "11II... tood. Folios j7aa I> wlMt Fomo, wIN metcMnkencnn _Hrald loony PI.I414. ."1 Chevrolet:. MrKwned VMM. w'III

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aka .:JCI1I. I er 4 .11 Mma w11Nc5 I mats 101 10. In.ecln5 0001551 Nd 051.0O..... FooioitedGridlo 1IIdIr. (...... Iran, radio, hoot CIAL. '$4 Plymouth, perfect cend
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diilonor g5. FR 6-8085.
will accept pass Hor. Call Fl
4r Coll FR IU14 *r F* >IFUPNISHID PARTY doolroi i 4.W04.AtlORTID. WILL iremfer to reepenolM* Forty ltS7 f| OLDS I door. Air cond.,
5ryx ysta. 5250. 1 er 4 IR homo ki Nl er Nwoectkno. TV Largess oeloctkj ki Iheereoi choke et tour t4net or con >4tvionoo. power window. R1H.. $351. 17 AttfMnkitM W......
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: ..,551 apt. 40. H" of Oilnoivitlo" kin to Includi S pico, bid. Pmencln ft alliceunro oncoeh telnet Pleno. trod bjock
1.1 :: 10111Phont: roan ..., dM, eprkito. ft f 0 o m sales KIRKLAND T-V. Hawthorns oav n* WurlHnr Oren wins FAIRLANI' >M, 'M. U r.. air can.Hlianed CARS WANTiO. 102491 **.*
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-- ROOM tor ....,. Single. T. upper condition.. Phone FR MOM FR t- HT.tt. montt. : heva plone to fit from, rills. *.nd No..... C I 1 a......... ." II 41k ...

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I -i opt IOOM ty veer Oft per raw ***, U* oe n. to eeck ....... leas 5555054 Mr ." .'_'. Nes0lyNU twl.* needle ell III den we ...... yM. NvIONwMed .
Merrlod, caupln, 551$. Nat tuH.Okie per month each. Located Innltsrb 310 H.W. Stol ell ferny iNtchet burlen holee. your imnlcai need. CHEVY 'impoio 64. NW, Ihicntral Flovidi eIfeJtptndeint
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22 ITI '! .. C_,,. IM ten farm, .....1. a berjeln 11 1 CHEVROLET 1".1.
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so LAOO! {hop 1.111105. This 1. 5 chance 10 0 1111I... N1.y price towntTV eloctrle fuller ond Fr Ave.
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TNOSI .)CUA" 14 DCIO.U 376-205. FR Q.M40.FON Inns MI Will, records boon. i MW. F.1 .I comvleto.Automotive. ..
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CERAMICS I Geld ",... ... 5.ytlm. 1 ls.ve "IN THI AUTO OAMI
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'04.rII men 11oo1"'. F* ...71. .. Paid IrolnMdFrateiolMel I 1751.
DEATON ed. > acre tokocca tIMmont.IIOUM ".. ..... l VOLKSWAGEN .McrHle. 11,.
51 pickup
: Mr m* Inovlr 3144105.NEEDED .
and tobaecokarn. Weal 310. 5 r will eomldtr tr ... tormr
Coll'4. F. Porrlih "lent medlliew ...,... .....
561. C.II truck. II.... pulll Mek* after.
_,_ EAST_ UNIVERSITY RIALTOS AVE. /5r nPS formi. cn0 II/tMII. 5555 p50 M 4587 SW kofara M 5 FM.Tan, phtnt 875 FS ....25 .:. P.M.SIroIISGIO Cell 174-lrN. lo* M 4117IP ."M., "'. Coll F,* tmi alter I
52 ten Flue.M .
*"* trims *"""T"Avo. Jy Ul NSVttk A.... kitchen oojulpped.aft A""* ... 7 m*. ..... doss ovory.Ihlnf 210 ZAOlocal5t in MUST SILL 'II CHIVYm., .
-. niv. \: aft per wlttl out ."'.. Mkl but.tonholoi Owd11151 1104 soled, 0.MNIc Ie... .. MH, 4 cyl, .,.... Ittni., I 4r,
: .. 8 .
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Uis It.01101155.so. .. / 15 ALSO key Ml *f hl""h rollInf ,,114 Nl Mh N.. till par ..*.. Tracts .11. or saw ... Iv"" n.. Mind Z. all05.y, r h. food mn5n'". *oM 4HirCHI .
= _00NSD ....... CNIR land Wool 'to. HartlnfIM trucks to Inul rocks t lond m -.. ..,. 511101.55 w11Nwt asactmo/s, 501lonhs15s. twin.NO .. 64 VOLKSWAGEN
:: lrsst Clll McKlnney Oraon 0511.. .. ITS- Control, ,......... Ails. dwMl Ira.Mrs. *ic. Pup *i im or 150551. TRIUMPN Motorcycle Speed J7M1II .. f.
55.5 e0
SIM 01505.
........ .M". I IIM' per Adlan01155 ocr. term. ContoolMm ..". not more Was t purl old toko Don't u nil* poy.- wrlto o 17 Jimmy pw Croo-m*. fromi .... RolloMo ......, to ... CC Hume ennllont" Hell condition.end Ilk SIM.hvTerry 1131 I DM. ClMvraM. now bottory t Doll,,.*. -. tunrMf 1515

5- *:.. MUST SELL ". Dytot Ret. PI Inker 4 SIR, I eettl. CCI HOUM POP tor oulllnf' our tr.l_ Form" by. Oon. Dl. .. .. lu. sums I MymMti. of 1017. Call PAN Idol.' 4 IMW rocoppod. Urn HOC to* wlMhwt, rMl.,, KMIOT, 504
I? hilly not, Rt I tan IOCS Cure. Fit, or INT. HWiland Court M<_, 555 ...... poll w.5tly. Call Iwo. Crodll AdMtor, 171-7.... Oo.lor.HUP 'In rm FhaM J7HI7T. 0rtIy ....
= If,TWI believe in teint call 431.S7I, Ocole. COlltTSiMTlMARYMOELLER.27.415.MW 1 mbs51 M_. Wlnt.. 050d50 corpot ctMnhf' protHmt HARLEY DAVIDSON 74. FOR SALT 17 Angus For 1II1In. 05.55 ,11 ,",.

i 1 .1 Brrtritr--J" .. I lr I ...... 112t.0I e. .. ,,.. IM-fm. BOB WHITE QUAIL moll UM :Ilu Lust,. won 1960 model. Call FR 2. PS .1439 $2695
s,4 ,.jf k... .w NIM im iMI4. M 41 .Ctert4l PnoMrty NW N. 1 leno. 1155.51 0.5. Dressed_....11. tl.U Men. lo w'"). Ron oloclrk fnomp *> 1775. WANT GOOD TRANIFORTATIONfIM4
.11II1.0wNf 4H-mt AUKku .
i Will' _.ldO' It WwrttJ H Bur FtorMo.P4nt er II. McDMldl. Purnlluro Co. KINAULT **. DouoKlno. enIMS. '63
05'11-.1 oIlsr much gods Is MOVI ''N SIPOUIOIO I5nir pNZI0 Oil evlll. 0555105. C...... .*il JAWA Motorcycle. 175 CC. ..5115caodlt50./ A551n5 MILS. VOLKSWAGIN
.....s =; :P.N.A. oNus N 55/IO- koM.Mm ... .44 FRIIZCR drool II .... It. Cold- "'I. CM ko MM et tile Mm* Coll I7MMM KorniM 0115. (MM, fur
40Lscsld III 1004115' F..5 Now *. law dswpl'd'ew.Ynnnol Loco*. REALTOR Alt Ul.COINS ond WANTID torohjn .""'"*' M 0wwws NOw... Nd__ .ns, Mot mod I mo., 111) rill..... Sri 011 .,.,.... I black i. II l lUnlvertlty CHIVKOLIT Impoll/ I Nr, OUOlM, .... ......, rMMk .IMONor.
:' = rendition H": Act new P15.I Id H.'. T.". 1511 W' Uelwmlly Av.Ps MH Md 1531 *nl noodM.. 14 Mr m*. koi. lode _.... $51. Sts55. Ir llI.A Inn .r ptione 17H11I nirdto, V-4, out*. Irono. rodlo Inwocuiot,
ISnd soll.rs proof
by 7305 W. IAcC.y .ull.... 44571P050YCI anus 134. Mlkoll'i' towlnf 105.11555.rvltw drtwtr Ui MCklKf 5,0*. 14cu. hwlor, llnlod wlndMloldt, !;
: sod sail us be? .ppolnhn.sol' Si. day. 3714750sieltl holt dolloro.RMIL Ill W. Solo' Ay*. IT*. n.. Hi I 01 PI. lockon 11Khi 14 AUTOMOBIUtlMIISAIR sped wlpon ft wotntri oicol-
tern you tuy FDUPLtX I5. 3711011 1 ASIC.ISO STAMP ft COIN SHOPsop w.: pressure nail... Frtl* 4 lout condition, .,.. Co. Jill VOLKSWAGENSWp
Mw s.vsr l 0151. 5511 S. W. Unhionlly ASS. .... CONDITIONING fun w. '
rnon. Mi *unck bowl flooo. 14cupo li 61
: ...... CITIZEN BAND RADIOS leecltl', II.!' tor perfanmnc. Llttorol' 37M344 OdwOM MMM
i salt .
HQMIS 'WIAle Psrdycs slid troy IMIo till Ion otlW
LN >w ..sractlnsw I ft S kedreem IB MM St. ftMl A.... 3741785 II? fulIIt $.... INDIAN hood ......... Lincoln I .. Now Sod UMd U. ..,., Ion, Hi TV lob*. tMt All Anal ond. .mtdih.et t FMSJ _''''' ... cloM. .
504 .1511 :'C' ::: story ii.W Av*. Smell dawn paytMM' "' .,.... dM1Ory: ::..00 N A,"':1:". CMIIM lino. II.yi..t* woplloiTv wlwl 511 mo10p50Y. W5 151.5r Chrysler ...111 ..... HavatFowort .- FONTIAC notion woton olriWrtFORD $1495
,... S 5514 14. 'ULL.II'I 'OTO Motor Co.. Alp CondillonlM -
50dr 'NC.
515 MN WI haws lust monthly aeytnanll SS7 !. Sol II" 545' 5II..Oh ply hl. 105.M .
ti 55 11 gad ": Pullr's AU* tomes J? NMI bedroom taut wltk itovtond Phs0. ....1361. 415 W. U.,... A... IR .PlI 115155. .". 372.751COMPLITI Servicing' Cams ltd N. llotlM WMM, V* tIN.SI '
I furnMd:: ,= $171 M"J5lf Ph.P05.4585. rafrlftrtr. "' ''''_ Avon.okH WANTED tmoll UMd tpirwt onhjnnM. U Sack, Mom' St., Phone FN, MMIIS CHIVROLIT cor ilN. &62 VOLKSWAGIN
Willi tinfi 0 1
1 0151IWCsuldMo..dN0T III TN.. toot of tort. S.. 14th Phone 462-1628. doubt ...... 111.00 ....... kit. CM.5 nn51r501 15? 515.1.s 515N pmot. AI M_'. lonk (........ IIIPLYMOUTH Foort wfilto.. radI. WIW. winko.
barns with 5 I.e.... Attrsctlv4n4 Silo mw M 155.5. WII. Diane_ Jim Vovl... 41* NW Itk An.. cdtM L. R. or=i 472.14* ........11. for 5.1.Fury 90 tilt II. .. ;,'
ISM 50557 4100.
pvtti" "?. loot 5.511 CallA 11 MichlMry" 4V T** W' WANT TO Say II" mdN 5.54 N......,,. PI. Its*. .ton*. "...., Icyllnotr $1295
9 I sot 1n..J0 In 10IN15 55.55 I ... E ..'" 1150 fer ..... ..... ................ lpolplAlly ""pN LIT' TRAOIAl <4t rLYMOUTH 4 or. M4mVl. 1113.P1001,5 .
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.rASSOCIATES 37, Nn N tile rIgM' pr COO .to .... ,'. mt rebuilt WAIHIM Auto. 378-2117 '
Cburch.l.5.115.5Ii515.55s4.r 011 MI.wwb55 entr clten.n. .
372219!. ..... PDIIT. P5151 sproyS. WILSON'S EXCHANGE : tires Low mine** 6\\ VOLKSWAGINloryl
000105. FRIl2IRS. SIPRI
J.M Guy Jsy05 IuN5rwe5h 55 Nrlonwt 1/55.1101, 7" 5156, sIMS. su III .... I7MC3I altar S:3aSIroIII110NI (roon, ,......
". Col. JW. Dan M i. WlllehlrtAn.leM .. Hut lwerdt turn _" 515. olrlii'orll r cce*. till lot ttrott Fnon FR 4447. O'"ATO'' 1 DISHWAIN SI.T..ss
A Multlels' LI.IInSf N. ojooiity km.A 55, CIS, rafrld, forCMI'MMC \ ..... drill "'im ccio.. Httoio. ALMOST NIW Mom choHl oow i y0YI 51, godllNnNs." 5555Sr Value Rated $1095
t .;. :.. 15 5. Thrat. lsd**"* ), with S. N 143 ': :;r-A5.. '. V.N PS5141 tor tol*. Coll FR M07. w0M Nv you. 41 COtVAIR ,. 4 OR. MM, *u-
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:: WIG term witmr 4141. PI. cutter. WIW .LACI.D.CK.. 4Vi kKll : Can
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15 lUll 1.yN. automotk WW
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P11.05175.3171 al .50110Ia 551 5.p15.511.1 "iJ' KUkA .'10.. now sulk Mrotuldor Hnod. pelliried and
Sew core ere
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PS I Mr* Induilrli' lot M HW I. I OAt 511. *or *McylliMoro 5.15011 2001 NW Illk St.II 62. ALFA ROMEO
... I COLORED RENTALS r11100tart' meweri ft I plus Mr- Call ,Roiml of M4-IOM or 44.MI .In* N. FVOLKIWA9IN It"J3IT.
= comilof
till .trsst 41-1 .4f ..... **. Rap. weed chaeaoril M* .:t. Ml loll .IniKilitltn. .. rody n> Kooloconorakilly Md McCoy tumt. r. PR 14341U .....'. Derb Mob 50155505111.

fl. WANTI Incomt proMfty _. II ... .,_, ki.. J. O. .teoi wheel f all tor 144.41 Mil. ,.... ..... radII tel....
'I COLOIID.... ...-.. Miss Ib.IS, led 'UL T IVmitMd, .....,. OIVtronc traWi PM05 4217 4. CMt only il U Nwnl.PSOPANS OMIct E5sipmo'st .... lost IIOM." CM a* *onot $2195
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J.chso-sny11lo5 55rlln0 OMC L' GAl M..A.11. .... lieomant MM.to .
}.r Y lltNIITTIW. RIALTVUM ln Otelnt Nr ore/M5N, :modern.N. kitchen sole. Now WON wellent ht, builneio, moo or 44 M.o ..... .sa A1h? II.. IO, .1111 I to i or eoniect ley rMlo litolor, wlK' ....,... o>trlclton

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or end .. fMlll DINING ROOM IUITI never toonUMd. 011. but so3.tlons I. II I FOR QUICK SALI-VaU Mum' Mlcrotvo' rill ( *d
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lot ol N.I810TN. ... S I .ltll. ,Redcd Np5. . MELTON MOTORS
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1 *r Mil tor oRtolimtiMt. W. I CON J..T... .rv:. : M.MS11d5111 .. 14 .W 2111I $5. .,/4551. M03J.froat READ ntorkx red ft whit* Id.. $1495
Nr1.5515 .155.5. .554 '5.ch5l.5 W N. MAIN IT. Fit 4-7ITI
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Vp ts 1 acres nil rsn lids O ..... SINGER 59 CHEVROLET
; 110015 4551 FOI tKillT mole itwtanf. Ivy 150 555117 55565 micI155wFrkss 1dO.
0.055 Sinidi cloy I'm.'r
4 jrlcultur' or business I, will room..."....wile knmodiotoly.Mml-prlvire' Loco=led, -PHONE AUTO ZIG ZAG w low WI do.I dsrS Suss 115 n-.. ,...... Meta. now II.... .ilu*. I 4oor Vt c_.

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bun. LAsO. 1. ............. 551. son 51 Foreon 115. wnH od credit.1554.d. lektup IN placM of of tic* machinerycheck II.'''' W_ ItU, *M4. 56 JEEP
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In 1455.:1.r '... /Mn1" I tram M arm of .,.. Wrlto Jimmy Creaky Ills C."I....) raodyroto. OODfil-DART $195
.-...... I .... -. ,.,.. ... F Dryer : 105551 "."it 105 : .OOM WITS P5IVAT' [ IATN NrSd7 Ounweinon from M> upII ...... lied,.polSsnRMOO. 55515 N Spit TRUCKS
; 301 I. WESTVILLANW / 7 hen15 aim 045*. TV M "Glvt-A.WAY PRICES" Wo hove ill "'.... mss medtl GHo lit I. M A... m-aa
I -' Av*. Will Mil lethor er *** OA 2.W ::PhM 17 .444.flK JIM om. A..Lt:::. C' RoP>. Whether. It* electric or monualirebuilt
.. rltI,,. Ill N.I Yd Ave. Fl ft %trton 119 uei '7... 5. MiNer-
L 075.. 505/IIS 411 NW tm A..., I7I-SM freoMr UM ,10. new .... ilnfa or new. Wl HAVE IT. mmmmTROPICAL
PMI* ':::"Eltels4', ttova I4li Mood new toft
ICik 'A e..: 5.50115555.I .ant Hi per me. urn.AOVtRTHI DISCOUNTPRICES M ft choir, MO M. A1ss sacs11srt r.Nlr a Sorvks
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80 tor III!. Grand Opening Sale ,
'!, s5sno. 55 CREw" II lasts kit IIIluerentMd PONTIAC
UI 11. likely rolling. with MoJ Wl undorwll everybody.HENORIX con.1MIEN. '

litul" ,.... tree* Forth; (....... r- WILLIAM'I IIRVICt.' UNIVIRSITY OFPICI: IvUIP.t 102 NW. e501 An. Sill.. A...
5.11555 lor M.tsn N ,...... DIPtCTORr' FURNITURE CO. __ CINTIR Pal fR 1.251S n 2-isu
** Ing loverol "lovely home oiiee. WALTER STUIIS 4 54, CHICK FROTICTOR CO.
"* Only IlN per crt. lilt cull NW *m A... at torn It. 3183578 mt NW Set .,. j
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.. and rang, custom built kitchen Cabinets,

Jorge storage and utility room. Doubt ear-

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.. Located at 506 N.W. 34th St. OLDSMOBILES


3727070COMPARE CADILLAC i4S95 n4.. '
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II .., 61 CHRYSLER i.V. 1495 '

CoNPes Air C "diHM' ]. 5 5 5 5 5 . 1. 289S : c.tlo., ..... 44.000 milt, . : 1995
Mule* $ '
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62. FALCON 1195 ct ..kit Mo|. Iac..Ic..ItIM.. nYMOUTH 5
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y-+ ttio 55w N.W. :it. A*.. ......de. t............ I5. ...... . 1500.. . S 5 5 5 S . ii'h . '59 POHnAC

4 .11.. 351 linos 55235 4, 4120 a 4121 '' "
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: 1110 N.W. IDtk PI. IM. I IIM M *... W IMPERIAL hay $2995 .

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I I 411544127 WII....1.. 0 5..55. 1095 loc. . 3'5
= *y "OV"NCI N.W. ISM Dr. 62 VOLKSWAGEN 1295 s cIi.... SIo.I 4id .wit. . . .
AFPOINTMINT ONLY a"" 4,.. She". "
= 117 I. Onlv. Ave. S IR, I tern IM .... t74 s..tiM w..... SteIl4.... 'S8 CHEVROLET 250
I "5s Lor**, corMertekl homo for 60 FOlD 795 ..... V.I. .

:: lives _11y. 4 I*. dJJJjheji 1110 N.W. left Ft :,1'1 CADIllAC Akiss:.::: 279S ,att. . . .
55/1s ..... '
505 sr1sway 4 IR I MM. IPM dow mttor .4i 'S8 LINCOLN !
S M .511 ....... .nF .....*. ,60 ....... SSiT' 5M
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w- ...... 5105110-ow -lor 711 N.W. left) tt, ;' .. 57 CADlU.AC.: 7s'' I
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actual miles. balance of $1
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$2495 worronty .. .. . 00. i
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'. '63 RAMBLER '63 VALIANT atom t door 000011.

s .CI.Mtv..,..."..71'..."..1Ie 4 deer trMimUiiwiMvtvf. kucfcrt. transmission/ hootor. . .. :1445
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., $2495 '63 CORVAIR "700 4 $ MOST ii '

. ONLY 5 LEFT 4 speed,radio. ,h....'. .. noaoor. J COLORS


_.. 3 EXECUTIVE DRIVEN 1,.lv door.. rt...a IN.or. ever '63 VOLVO' boo":. .,.dio.. 1495 NOW!! ,, ,

! ,SAVINGS UP TO $500.00 $1695

t RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. I '63 FIAT h.1100....,.4.h.. ;. .$1 095 .

<. 1131 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 '62 FORD
; .
IG. GI..._..lic"100"tr."..1...door,....n.'radiohMttr. ",I.t. '62 RAMBLER A..cler.:.00'
r_.,' ...tJo*w"|o* ..tomatic -, w
$1395 transmission, radio, bonier
p.w.r .to.r'"". .. .. . ..$1495
: '62 RAMBLER F.'lrl.M."500".4 door,.lira* 1*
SF 4 AnwrteM 4 **r, rMh, Out.tl 62 FORD ....tlc tranimlf L
USED CAR yMnNIi triiwnlt" lion radio, boater VI ... .. $1295 .: ,

$995 :

rat SPECIALS '62 RAMBLER :::;4.:1145

.. '61 Volkswagenmtn t.III.IIII..Io.i radio. h..te'. .
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64 COMET lncludlnt air $2795 ..._.iH' tr wnlul".,i, I.... PLYMOUTH .totrnimiiil : x995$
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3 $1195 powor .tearing. alto.matis .
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$895 60 CHEVROLET ::. ". ":-4. ; '
: ilt% 4 door, standard. trontmii transmission, ,radio hootor 2 to $ $900
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: 60 FALCON .o. ... .. 695 ,I cl power ....,11I.. power I Iconditioiiod. .,.k... air 1964 !
i $1195 i io .. . . $1295 MODELS

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60 ME'R'C'URY 60
w' .. powr storing. power I Ii RAMBLER wagon. 6 yM
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t..elitio.I. .. ... .. . .. 095 i '60 Volkswagen, I 2 deer uOU .
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'60 CHEVROLET Impel. j! $1395 .,.k... *.. .. .. *. *.* . *. 1595 1101

VI, 4 door. ,. .. ... .. . .. $1195 i .... .
door radio boot.
w I .'60 FORD i ii 60 DODGE power steering'powor A Few Samples! !!!
F /brakes. transmission. ,
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.10.he. .lItoo I '60 DODGE automatic ,. ,powor $ AA f 1.1 S.el.1 .b.M. '. /tNrw ,.. ...
motic t insnsissien, the buy of the $OACwook. i, J :: ... '
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on..num. Mtvuxtc CiMmix. i 9/ MERCURY heeter. ..t.. N.w.II 'OlD KIIFolcon 141For.. Ford 141 rot TNI
62 DODGE 4 deer sedan' '1395 !I ; .n...CMI.. KUMI. :HMW."".rN t,.C'MmHIM. motk t,..."' ....... .... ... $395 I and Lck.q tsar.. Mr M f ... ,..,,- IU7IUYOtlfll
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MBBHB MMMi 1963 T.BIRD $1295
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Tempest Buick Chevrolet Chevrolet Oldsmobile ::
TR3Roadster Ford
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Monterey Cuttom.A irurp tolid' SS Impola equipped wt 1 Inrerter end ipll' VS. R6H Sn'd u.ni with .r AT 'V RCrH brerXwhittwell -
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1685 3155 $1245 AWAY OCT. list AT TNI SAME TIME. Sft145 $1675 $1145
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Thursday at NW 5th Ave and
Democratic '. -
1 LegislatorsIn I

... FOLLOWING I for CaucusTAMPA 1 SEE Rt 2
; 't Tampa by Josephine B.- Hawkins,
1t and Elsie Eo' Townsend, High
The (AP) Despite the There may possibly move by Springs at 13:13 ,.m. Thursday I
} Campaign'LyndonComeLately' L defection of some Democratic Dade County Interests to bar the SUN in the 1600 block of W.
lawmakers to the Barry Goldwa speaker Mallory Home from .
ter camp, the Democratic caucus presiding over the caucus. University Ave.
: of the Florida House of Rep- The Tallahassee attorney .. Benjamin F. Cooden Jr., 414 ,
; resentatives was expected to- remain aroused the Ire of some Democrats GENERAL HOSPITALOct. till H .Weems, Newberry. NE 5th Ave. and John J. Gaskin -
., calm. particularly the Young I 1, 1111BIRTHS DISCHARGED 31> NW 1st St, at 10:58a
:! The' legislators moved Into Democratic organization, when Mrs. Patricia Rucker Mrs. .m. Thursday In the 300 blockof
'4 Tampa Thursday and settled he publicly announced his sup Mr. and Mrs.Jack D. Meeks, Dorothy Birkett, John Field, W. University Ave.
down to work-the little they port for Republican Barry Gold- Chlefiand, Fla., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Lorraine Maggard, Jack
Babel Used by Barry" ;. plemud to do-this morning; water for President, ,Mrs. Arnold F. Butt, 31 SW 43 A. Pettlt, Mr. James Anderson,
Four legislative Interim committees However, there,was a general! Terr., a girl, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Kelly Wigglesworth, Woodrow
I were to meet today with feeling that any attempt would C. Akre, 112 NW 10th Ave., C. Hathcox. Mrs. Mabel E. WE GOT
'VTIB COLDWATER IN ILLINOIS after Goldwater first had suggested will prevail if we are'nice: to the major attention focused on the be mild and unsuccessful a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Morgan, Robert Emmer. Mrs.
'(AP-&a.) Barry Gold- such moves. I Communists" Goldwater said higher education and commercial Home's tenure as speaker McIntosh, 2510 SB!: 15th St., a Frieda McCannlck, Lauri R
.watef rode Us whistle-stopping! Fighting hard to rub out the he and his running mate Rep. code groups. e comes to an end with the ad boy; Mr. and Mrs. Dino Glan- Laurene, Mrs Catherine Arlington SO BI6
trait into fflinols today with I "trigger-happy" label William B. Miller "certainlyare The actual caucus was scheduled journment of the caucus., ) eskls 4700 SW Archer Rd., a and son Mr, Howard G. Al-
ftm assault M President John crats have tried to bang Demo-'I men -of peace": He added Jar Saturday morning."I Also to be named are a speak boy; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ford, Mrs. Mary L. Holmes Mr.
! aoa.as a ."LyadoMeoie-Utely" the :Republican presidential they would "never fully expect this caucus to er pro-tern, a house clerk and asergeantalarms. Strong, 305 SW Ith Ave, a girl, Robert H. Saxon, Gerald L. CAUSE viE-'
" Just discovering a disarray In nominee pounded away on the start an atomic JDtentloaauY'1 be Just like others, abort and ., Hr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Gain- Bush, Alma L. McRae. CHARGE SO'LJTTIE
U4L alliances.. theme that Democratic presidents "If war ever comes, it win be sweet said Rep. E. C. Rowtyl ey,'Worthington, Fla, a boy. POLICE, FIRE REPORT i rant a car'

,The.Republican presidential have always occupied the because the Communists shoot of Sumter County, who-barring Moro Tries ADMITTED Accldeit Roundup 1'.OON
20th first," the GOP nominee told .1 storm-will be K. Carr Gloria S.
nommee, proclaiming himself White House in the century a sudden political: Stanley Involved in accidents reported -
nan. o( "peace through when if the country, was Involved cheering, stamping, chanting named speaker for the INI session Tax IncreaseROME McIntosh, Mildred W. Akre, Jo by the Gainesville Police \(-35
criticized Johnson's In war.Pronouncing crowd which overflowed the ',- at the Saturday meeting.He Ann Harris, Mrs. Dawn C. G4aneskis Department and the .Alachua :1.
announced Intention to visit Johnson "deldwrong" 000-seat Hammond Civic Auditorium said the meeting will probably Moro's AP-Premiere'Aldo Raymond F. Achey, County Sheriff's Office, dur 0., ON. kiHime* AB IIIC'-'
last less than an hour. government converted a Richard L. Balky, Floyd Cook,
if he believes "peace ThIlJ'lClaYIllllbt. !log the NO DROP CHARM
past 34 hours
i i Eureao after the November disputed decree boosting Italy's Howard M. Holdrldge, Michael were: TO JAX AIRPORT
election to confer with heads of sales tax into a parliamentary J. Sanders, Frances L. Townsend Spencer Long, 1307 NE 1st
Phone FR 6-3644
Nsr M1antio Treaty Orpnlza- bill Wednesday night to force St and Ernest Williams. 1503
: Barbara Jean Hollowly, O'riCI AT MANOR MOTH
flea tlJwss about mutual defense Humphrey Says Barry batty legislators to act on the :Robert L. Lovely Anna' L. SB 13th Place, at 11:14 p. m.

p't"abV baav. measure. :Strong, Evonne V. Cline, Martha -
J- ; news for LyndonI Moro received a setback last I Joiner, all of Gainesville;
eaeae.lately," Goldwater said In week when the Senate approved I LInda P. Gainey, Worthington; DIXIE 'MILLS
', r.i.. prepared for a Cairo, Desperate for ,Issue9LOS a Communist motion halting ,Jean E. Lively Hawthorne; SUPER
m.: atdlence.c: There,1s one discussion,of the decree raising Gerald R. Dukes Lake Butler; DISCOUNT
\ U tUMJbat.: can be done to help, the tax from 13 per cent to 4 .Alma T. McRae, Palatka; Eugene 19 LW., lit Ave., a.1.... .'- .
11Io NAft;, Elect a president of the! ANGELES (AP).- Sea.In nee. "This la the cry of a man and M. Nixon a native Californian per cent. Parliament's approval Wilson Jr., Waldo, Fla.;
...... States who believes I [Hubert H. Humphrey drove Into who knows be faces a crushing in 1960. la needed by Nov. 1 to preventIts I Carl R. M I t b e ws, Starke; Open 8:15..11I. to ':IS ,... --'rIo 'tII ,

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NA' and reject the Pro that Barry Goldwaterknows a Humphrey said Goldwater for Goldwater to the party's the measure In bill form, ]Naomi Hare, Micanopy; June Iota .f .....,. ,_ !
"who didn't even act asi crushing "admitted to reporters that he: presidential nomination when be Parliament has to approve it or J H. Hardee, C h Ie land, MIchael -
i theaftvhe knew NATO existed: be faces a brought up the charge to wait rode a crest: of Southern California face a confidence vote for I IMoro' D. Woodard, Micanopy; Ma's IAN-LON' '
ttrti BepuMlcans forced him to, defeat" and Is "desperately for reaction before deciding votes to defeat Gov. Nelson: government. I George E. Rollins.Archerl.f; loys SoCks
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1 where totalled white backlaahi prepared for students at the Minnesotan, "he Is desperately phrey Intends to travel through 3" 'for $100
i against the )1'011'of Negro University of Southern California looking for an Issue that will the state from Los Angeles to Boys Briefs ,
[ Integration presumably may I charged that Goldwater strike lightning and win him the south to SIll Francisco in T.Shirts .. "
.affect .the November election plunged "to the depths of political votes." the north.
> results Goldwster !had avoided cynicism"/ by accusing the. This la Humphrey's first campaign The Minnesotan covered some Double e.ot cotton bri.fs : MEWS PANTS \
any; mention either there or Johnson administration of being trip Into the big vote-rich 1,700 miles Thursday u be k
other stops In Ohio or Indiana of soft on comm ualnn. state that both Republicans and stopped off in North Dakota fine,cotton 39
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