Gainesville sun
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00191
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00191
 Related Items
Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

Full Text
.. ...., .
11'\ .... ,


Cooler Voters9 Mood: Halt the 'New Deal9 -

By LOUIS HARRIS. -en tend to agree that the weak always want a handout while. I .'
Weather The mood of the electoral u the campaign panes the mid-point 84% think of self-reliance as a trait of the strong.
indicates that Sea.Barry Goldwater has struck a responsive chordin Emerging from these results is a strong Indication that the dynamism THE -
his opposition to any hroadtcale extension of the New Deal-Fair and appeal of the New Deal philosophy of t e'19Jtis has
Deal philosophy of a welfare state. lost much of its steam. In fact, further findings from this latest HARRIS
Due HereTwo The Republican candidate's problem however is that he has survey reveal that many of the old political shibboleths no longer "f
given the Impression rightly or wrongly that be also wants to Impress voters as they once did. SURVEY ,
undo many of the economic measures of the past 30 years, such
-For example 73% of the voters reject the Idea that depressionstake
as Social Security and TV A.. And it Is precisely at this point that place while Republicans are In office.
the voters with the Arizona-senator.
cold fronts were reported part company -47% do not accept the notion that the Republicans are againstthe
moving this way by U. S. A just-completed survey of a cross-section of people most likely working
Weather Bureau officials late to vote In November reveals these views on the role of the federal man. pared to turn their backs: on their less fortunate neighbors.,Voters
-On the other hand, (3% also reject the assertion unions receivetoo
this morning. government and the impact of welfare programs on national life. subscribe overwhelmingly to the thesis that government. must be
Keith Buston, climatologist -64* of the electorate say they believe that welfare and relief much protection under tht Democrats. used to guarantee the baste necessities of life
at payments tend to make people lasy. -70% simply do not believe the repeated charge that the federal
said the Weather Weather Bureau Bureau's station -42%: support the assertion that big federal government can bea tax: system has been used to punish success. -A clear majority of tt* feel) that government' must see to It thatno
vere local storms center in Kansas se- menace to Individual liberty. Clearly the Goldwater candidacy marks a turning point In person goes without food clothing or shelter.An .
City reported two instability -M% go along with the statement that America can lose the American politics, the end of an era of sharp cleavage ever which even higher 74%- say that they think: the. government. oughtto
lines bringing cold sir were struggle with Communism abroad by going Socialist at home. party started the depression of the 1930s and which party. can best, be used to protect the weak '
moving through Florida. .-By a 51 to 49% margin, the public as a whole now believesthe give prosperity to the country. ,
One line located In central New Deal has outlived Its usefulness. These attitudes do not mean however, that Americans are pre-1 (See HARRIS ea Page 7)

and south Florida, was expectedto
move east between 20 and

30 Another m.p.h. during line was the expected day. to THE WEATHER_ VI

move from the eastern Gulf of ((Satesuflk89th Z..u
Mexico eastward across Florida Partly cloudy and much cooler n J
late this afternoon. tonight and Tuesday. Low tonight
Both are part of a large cold U to as.' I
front following the turbulent .
weather caused by Hurricane
Hilda, Butson said.
The forecast for this afternoonand ..' Year; No. 78 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1964 ON< h HoweNEWSSTAND O tS&SS t : tl"ow.

early evening marking the :';.: ,,;..,. ( tul. PRICE: tOe
advance of the cold fronts included

thunderstorms wind ...
gusts hail conditions and drop- tx

ping Butson temperatures.said temperatures may 57 in Tunnel

go as low as the high 50's on w .+ Flight
Tuesday.The ,!tit I ILay'
U. S. Weather station at
Imeson Airport in Jacksonvillesaid
no tornado warnings have .
been Issued but noted that the ,

thunderstorms may create high Out of East Berlin

winds in some areas. .. .. -

Rights Law / :

Fight On In < Reds Angry -. "j, -.. ---- ,. ..


High Court $.. '(. ., Over DeathOf
i r rat tV ,
WASHINGTON (AP) The .ir't. /
Heart of Atlanta Motel pleaded Sentry
before the Supreme Court at the
opening of the court's new term BERLIN (AP) FiftysevenEast
today for a decision striking Germans escaped to West
down the public accommodations Berlin this weekend through a
section of the new Civil long tunnel dug under the Red
Rights Act- wan the West Berlin government .
Moreton Rolleston Jr., Atlanta .. reported today. East!: Germany
attorney and an official of the said one of its border
motel said the fundamental guards was shot dead during
question before the tribunal was the escape and called It mur
whether Congress has the right "
to take from a private business : der.It was believed to be one of
concern the owner's choice of I the biggest mass escapes since
running his firm as he wishesami the Red well was erected In the,
choosing his customers. summer of 1911. V /A
"The fact that' Negroes an All the refugees '23 meOl
Involved in this issue is purely women and I ehlldret, came I "'
incidental'' Rolleston said. "If through unhurt Red guards .1.f
Congress has the power to takeaway found the tunnel Just after till
the personal liberty of the .escape and fired submachine
individual businessman there Is guns Into the passageway .
no limit to the power of Con The Eat German Defense W ws......* M Me SM
gress." (Arwinnwif tt f" SMI Ministry said the border guard'

The court, giving. top priorityto American Dies in Viet Nam was killed "by aimed shots Lake Waters, on the Rampage ,
two test cases Involving constitutionality from armed bandit who had
of the W4 civil Vietnamese soldiers carry a UJ3. soldier aeroat battle- penetrated into East- German A hardy couple walks alone .beside seawall of lakefront park after unexpected 10-
rights law got Into involved field after be.was fatally wounded Sunday when two territory through the tunnelIt mlle-an-hour wind* kkktd If high wares on Lake Ponchnrtraln In the wake tf Hurl-
questioning! of Rolleston as to companies of government troops were jumped by a seemed possible that the cant Hilda In New OrUtna. Sunday. Water In foreground hu flowed over seawall
whether the commerce powersof strong Viet Cong guerrilla force. guard was In the tunnel and fen about eight feet above ......
Congress alone were involved under the fire of his comrades.

in Justice the know cases.if Hugo Rolleston L. Black thought wantedto the Tables Are Turned was successful Informed believed tunnel sources to exploit be said the recently. third this. Hilda Is Spent But Leaves

West Berlin authorities try
Court could decide the
cases oa any but the commerce: : On Red Ambush to TIll keep latest escape tunnel methods was secret under 35 Dead
clause of the Constitution. He Bernsutrstrasses on the French High Damage TollI I
noted that Congress specifically' sector border. When tt was I

stated under was the exercising commerce Hi clause.power THU DAU' MOT South Viet victory in the battle, which learned Red guards had found TAUMIASSEH lAP) IMo circulation. Hilda lost most of td whflt. m(boarding II..torkw, \
Rolleston! Insisted that tile NsmAPLargtnaltsoftwoViet ( ended early today. the announced tunnel the the city gi MUine t men nurnCemM lids lady Its tropical ihstsetortstles. AD lent ...... ,
high tribunal could rule OB any Cong battalions were One American was killed Since lad Saturday escape the refugees weakened by a Mall wilt a that remained was a huge tow Small craft warning flap ftovalong t,
section of the Constitution, but mauled when govrnmmt during fighting Sunday. A second had crept through die cold front, moved aJsng the pressure area containing. squalls the entire Florida.serf
pointed out that the Justice forest recovered: from a bloody escaped when he played tunnel In small groups. Georgia-Florida btrdar toward to which winds reached gusts and Atlantic Coasts.
Department in the case had dead after the unit he was advising The said the Atlantic Ocean today. tearIng of 4t to N miles hour. Winds bit N miles at Ftntavcola \
stood on its contention that the ambush, trapped tile Commttnlsta was overrun by howling before city the operation government was to Just end at least X dead la bar via Bat Hilda still was polentlallydangerous. knocking eat ptvarDM at t
commerce clause alone was the in a village and pounded guerrillas.Lt four East German soldiers and lent wake.Death The likelihood of some sections, at atom
1 basis for the act them with aircraft, armed bell Paul D. Jemison Alexandria three Chilians drove up to the dastnctkw and misery. tornadoes still txlstsd and the passed sorts tf there, Jlllglr
Solicitor General ArchibaldCox copters and artillery. La., feigned. death while eastern end of tile ...... A came to LonWana during 6s. Miami Weather Bureau said a tides caused .minor. stack are
listened to RoBeston's/ argument his ring and watch were few Mooodi latter west pfrflff weekend visit by the giant Inn- m mile wide strip reaching 1IoL. _
UJ. advisers credited ..
His brief in the cast contends leal storm. Prtsfcftmt Johnson Hilda wlped.ut
stripped oft sad he heard ran .beard several. blasts from sub from Ocala to Ckartoston. S.C., nsarlyaatftfstena'i
that me public accommodations 5196 Jweuammt esmmsadsrs eta snots being fired bate the mare gore deden the ..... a....de Ier aWl be abet to till possibility ..... IM nlMees eatgr
section of the new and ae.ry 12 hsurt of virtoaiy federal toaster aid. ., of .. mrfact winds sad cans crop ant (See COURT en Page 3)) emtrn'U doll air .."..rtI f r (fee VIET NAM M rage I) (lee 7181... en Page'. t.) lacking floe cold flint toUs ,possibly dnugtag tat or two tornadoes. more to propsr4 ....
\ ng wtotsntd hussy
Anothtr prebsbto. death was I mm bead
num) across snauv
J-75 Intersection .. chalked up at Ptaascola to the era Ctorftt ass.Into South Car-
Florida Pa andIe. when 17- olbu.Lavost. _
I ye r.old Bill Waters ..ppe..- ,-a flshtog. town of 1.*
Kills on time banks tf Bayou Lao

Crash PairA No Baker fourths Orleans M miles was,struck southwest by one elNow _.

of the many loraadoss which
A WIldwood man and woman was James Osmose.: PO Bat HearingWASHINGTON spun off ttltWa advancing
were crushed: and killed whoa H1. Alachua. Neither was Injur' .....Twenty-cos persons were
their sedaa ran through, a stop (AP) -Absenteeism .killed and nearly IN injured
71 in Ala- ed.The At Heath the dry's water
sign from Interstate WUIeJII car was a total by both Democratand
chua Sunday night and was ram- ... Damage to till c., -, Republican senators tower buckled under burrkaoewtads
med broadside by a heavy Iud Brn's truck was estimatedattM '''', toppled oa to the city ban
GOP effort to
.1 t,""., blocked n today
freight truck. .. '...'''.'',. and killed tight persons an
force pre-election b.ringe an apolitical civil defuse worker to themaO
I It was the second serious Duke said die truck was M say-off chars* to the Vtrmtttoa Park* tows.
t accident at lbs intersection kt feet away from ma totoratcttoawhen Bobby a Baker ease.
month. me. ear came ke..... Ht (lee B3LDA on Page S)
i said Barass told. aim ttt WksVfield Only he .... ... B.
Killed were Edna TarIIula and
Everett Jordan. DNA
.a Whitfield. N. us driver and car did not stop at the w Sea. John Sherman Cooper. RJCjr. City Agenda
I Glenn Whitfleld, N. npaseenger. sign.
Henry showed
'. Less than a month ago. Sept ;;. ., ... op. List
.8" Zoning
Their car left 1-75 at tile Alachua 7. a Texas student, Kenneth '.. -: ; J lee earlier story, Page II ,

I exit U failed to stop at tile 11 Post Office
stop sign before entering U. ft. J -..--- 'I
Norman *. *. was aartomly City Commlsslenan. base ,along |
Copeland Soaeago Co. toured whan ms smal ea* WHERETO Sat II ady ..--. '
truck reportedly. boded with .. >.sesp dr err step dedans en tonight's. .......
freight, named ma ear Broadside sign. isle as path of an stems. FIND Tht spends also. toetodaa .'a''
at N m...., abasing it tog. car. ITII resort fruit Oty Manager Ml
sideways down tile road M toot Merman, of Cerate Osrlstt. C..I. .. Croat en the efforts to detain
and crashing II bas. reported Tee.. was seder kaee.51w. we o a.HW w .12It'll-" the eld Post .ORfct: ......
Fred Dust. Abeaua County at Atoeaoa General Heaping seise ester W fens LnaM gafeduif Greet win also arisen! resolution
deputy sheriff wbt .......- for several days. Tarts ether Where Two Died ow..etas' ,. 2stale. authorising. oppttcationfar
eeL ptTiWH WV IRvWViM II .. ,... 4 ssdersl nVaslsr ftmto.Tht .
Clarence Monroe ..... H. coOiaien VMan anted Bantoa, Ismmri ay a rich after twin* a step alit from late utato 71 Amifcmytaj %mtafv... f.it eommioskM meets at T:*
J PO Bn III Breaker, was drtv 31, HiP Spring was tsamsSet vnklew tensed Into a death m ter and fiery WWIflali af WlnNrWsl, amg y .H. ... .3 ,." at tat turtles OparatisnaCmur.
tog. tat track. Riding nth him ( FATAL on Pap I) r Ml S* am Am
o '#. t tI

,'. ..
i t ;

._ _. ____hh. _____ .. __ ,...r... w."r+...-.....-..- .- -, w .. ..,.L1'.a.r.-a.+.r .Y........-.A... '. .v .....:it OJ' w'

.. ... .


I 11 I

2 Gainesville. Sun Mender October !. 1964

PEOPLE in 'the'NEWSBriefly. More About f Weather Roundup ,FOLLOWING j J1J

TunnelFrotHiPage .' I ;

,., I The Campaign I
.. ,
; 1
/ f f'jolthson I

That was U.30 this morning 10111.

Within IS minutes the east end .

of the tunnel wu surroundedby A -..lt en.&Iolr Tuoodoy. Low. ,tonight windy end 44 lo coollhrou ... to Fast .

East German troops. NIp' M TwMoy 31 nritoo.M to on,..hour Northerly end .wlndla rouonwob 1 Step Up J

rMuolly tubtldlnf Tuoidoy.SmoU .
Tunnel escapes have become croft womlnti ... dlployoCloorlni ,...

ti Iy less I frequent in recent months UK ... Coldor ton,,,,,
after East Germans discovered will' low In 0.. loo..y: Hioh" Tundoyonund ..Pace to Speedy Gallop'I: I
M. wlndt II lo 25mlloo ''
several of them before the) on liowr.Norlhorly....., croft ....,... .
(could be used and arrested ... ......,... r & -

' West Germans who were dig. : C D'jP1'- Showers this afternoon a By CHARLES BAILEY White House office today. It was Moines lows, st noon for a j i

glng them. .'Clearing ,and turning H Cowles Washington BarestWASHINGTONFrom to be the last complete bust\ farm speech, then will barnstorm

I'f. The largest previous tunnel colder, tonight and Tuesday.Low ..r.aw'r hereon :ness-as-usual day until Oct., 13, Southern Illinois in the

escape from East!: Berlin wu in I tonight in the Mi. High out, Lyndon B. Johnson eight days from now. afternoon and evening.

September 19(2 when 29 persons Tuesday around 70.! South and '. .Y plant to keep moving. 1"Tomar.row.U will warm up Thursday will find him workIng -

got through. southwest winds IS to 25 miles After last week-when he ran ,bl r..rJr.t-; see his wife over Indiana before hoppingeast

:". an hour, shifting to northwesterly ., GAINESVILLE WEATHER his entourage ragged with ,off qIt t"blstte:; stop tour of to Cleveland, Ohio for a
Prior to the weekend's mass Then-tomorrow nighthe'U dinner at night. Friday
campaign visits to Texas, Oklahoma the goetir party
I this afternoon:: Municipal.AJrport readingsfor
escape'conservative estimateshad -It; board his:air force planeto to Louisville Ky., and
Arkansas Rhode Island he'll.()
Small craft warnings are dis- 24 hours to I a.m. today:
j the number of tunnel
Kt Connecticut Vermont, Maine, calcC-up wifh her In NorthCarolldtand then-after a quick trip tack to
st between MO and played.IC'. High.90 at :3 p.m., low 75 alam.
escapees make at midday-he will
Q / Rainfall..3IlncbeL'TIMnRATVIII New Hampshire Massachusetts an Washington
40J. / Cleutfy wim' ohowori.- Mm* to- ILtlWHMI and Mayland-there might seem speedrtbere.WeflgWjay. catch up to his wife again. This
.., ,
1 4 'Except for the entrance ind, oily canny. fcoivy oortly. cloudy Iy ttilo..d otiornoon tumlno.much to- rut. HMloml tow 71 fntJockwmKI ..',.. no way to step up Ms pace. after checking: 1 time as she ends her train trip

\ a few yards In East Berlin the cottar lot DMT toMy M. Mrap.TTu..d.y Uwtonlont M II But with election day only a baclrtrrfor a few hours' sleepat at New Orleans, La.

tunnel. wu the same used last r*. IM. totrilwoilorly. .nlttin, .wlnoo. Irinwod.rly II C umlii Tempo ofAtlonto M, :: 1:: month off the Fdesident is going Pennsylvania A v e nue, From New Orleans the John
00w w
Jan.'6lby three Eut German by ..,., oflomoon end. continuingWinjuol Mow Orloono 77 17 .II to start doing Just that Joluleot -.III take off a g .1 n. sons are expected to fly together

girls. Other refugees were to ttmnrt. T_today.,. .wind....11 Molly croft hlghorki worn. w.5m.n. do .Of ..05Chic.0. H. planned a full day'in' his That'day, he'll be In Des to their ranch near Johnson

1 Fi a1a have used that tunnel but It .kes oe.....,.... K...., CI". dl U 44 AIDtn City, Tex., for 24 hours of
In S N 1 Tumke mud, e..l r ,0. 12 : rest. Then Sunday Johnson
was discovered] by a worker : w on
.-' 0100 wid Twd.v Jrty cloudy I LowtonloM Worth J)
aa East Berlin coal yard where M.. tho lewor .... Hlgk" TuofOV Lot Angel' M w Maps endOf will fly to San Francisco to take
m 0 mW Mo. mill croft worn.liioo 71 Q GOP
it ended. KO (.Iwioyod. l..nNClDAI KIV TIOII part in a Columbus Day celebration
J thowon Dili ottornoon. Turning' Tu.....' Nip ot I:11: a... a.. that has been\ moved up
... Communist guards blew up 0,54 MnkM end T_ toufhwoiorly 1:17 p.m. Low M 0.m. ondtumot one: e.m. J
cloudy Low tonloM, M to 1t. ALMANAC one day to fit Into schedule.
the eastern end of the tunnel te "'..... bocomlnt' to M mliot on todoy1 .... dale ,.m.PI .
make unusuable but tunnel- Hour, ton .",,- ond. ttilftlnt' .. ....".. rompew'a, ::".. ..8...m.M.t Monday he'll work over the
it norttwoiNrly .... today .. .tonioht. lonl..M ......... 473 p.... Uphill Fight !Far West a bitprobablyvisiting
lets. dug another entrance. .....11 drift ..m''... ort dliployed.MMINI Pint wionorPHOMINIHT. ."........ Oct. II _. Nevada and Wyoming

,To prevent tunneling the RedreJlm' rORICAIT otto STABSAntoroo. .............. .:. ,..... .. "-. -. j
....,. .. AII.I. lit _III ...... 7:15 -before returning Washing.
proclaimed a prohibited lAST GULP Smoll croft NM : '"" WASHINGTON lib "soft :
N.._, .. norm winds II to 30 Arcturuo, ads ...... ....... I:lY ..... (AP) -'Sen. away at on tptnmu-( ton for a day behind his desk.
Stabbed tone MO feet wide on the Communist knoll Itmugn TMOOO-, portly 1 cloudy. ,onn"....., low kt mitt) .. 10:M P.n.. Barry GoUwater and Us running nism" charge against.frejlde> Later next week It's likely

in Times Square side of the wall Only mate meet with their top Johnson. ity i. that the chief executive will de- ,

persons with special passes can Five Day Forecastfrom campaign bralntrusters here That phrase drew tienn i : dour vote a day to campaigning In J

Joseph Zala, 28, winces la he receives first aid for enter. this zone.. today to map the final month o( crowd reaction when Coldfraterused Pennsylvania and at least

stab wound from his wife, Sandra, 26, in print dress, The' tunnel started in the cellar Temperature across Floridaare highs In the mid-CDs to loin w their admittedly uphill fight. 10I It during\ ,;a.v'three-sta other full day to cultivating an"r

and a policeman. Hundreds) watched-but offered no of a former,baker, passed expected to average threeto the mid-Ms. In the southern I capture the White House. whlstlestop swing,by train last electorate in New York state

help-when a Negro who had put him ana around beneath the street still In West fix degrees below the seasonal section of the state, lows nor., The "indications are from week.. y i" I the nation's biggest electoral wplum
_. Mrs. Zala and whispered In her ear, stabbed Zala Berlin and then beneath the mally are In the 70s Rainfall III i sources: close to Goldwater, that !
= fire times before HIn,. Zala was In fair conditionIn prohibited area. This means norms over the next five expected average one Inch: Mall I tM .Republican: presidential Johnson pdured7' acorn on the I The Johnson strategy. In geographic '
accusation it Saturday news I
a hospital today. that the tunnel must have \been days. In the extreme north but the extreme south when I candidate will keep hsmmerjl) conference,, and:; advised Gold-. terms is about to come' 'I

y r ; FREE AGAIN from act to MO feet long. temperatures normally range twice that amount Is forecast. .. 'Io\ water to drop: it. Johnson said It Into sharp focus. Basically It'. "r
w much the same as John F. Ken-
was "the 'product of a third-;
.Sheriff. Lawrence Ramey and ') Humphrey string speechwriter" that got udy's In 1960 to concentrateon

his deputy. Cecil Price both More |About Hilda Pulls Cold' into pubUc;-print without,"pru the big Industrial states

charged with mil rights viola- dent screening." where the Democrats: are potentially -

dons, were back on duty today Pledges : strongest.
while arrests loomed. HildaFrom The President added that "th hard New
more Thus he'll lean on
Y. r Justice. said Front Into Floridp new and frightening voice of the i
e 9.r" Tb* Department UN fork, Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Strong Republican party his way of
more It'rIItIIn Nesbobs County Michigan Illinois, Texas and
were tauntaent. A spokesmi Page 1 referring to Goldwater was California-the "big seven" of
indicated the number might TALLAHASSEE (AP) For. boarding In turbulent W'1mand BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) merely trying out this charge 10 'Presidential politics. Three of

reach ..... A Negro woman wu killed i at I mer Hurricane Hilda, a loser In was presumed to bYe Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey see if It works." 'I liens states-Ohio, Texas and .

The FBI arrested.. Ralney, caneretta when a recr..Uoncenter a clash with cold front degenerated drowned. His body M.IIOt pledged to college students today Goldwater does not relate the Illinois-are considered by De-

Price and three:others Saturday being\ used to hats today Into a low pressureares \been recovered. the administration would "soft on communixm" charge to 'nocratic strategists ss potent-

yuL i t a day after federal grand hurricane evacuees co as it moved eastward Winds hit (0 miles an hour at strive to strengthen\ the United alleged internal subversion, aa ally troublesome, and thus John- J
r Issued indictments long the Alabama-Florida hon.der .tIonI..k"Pinl force and R. McCarthy
oAube. jury at BUoxl lapsed. Pensacola knocking: out the late Sen. Joseph ion and his running mate
accusing them of violating toward the.Atlantic Ocean.. power ,called It "an Investment which R-Wis. did. Goldwater applies Hubert Humphrey of Mlnnesos -
In some sections, and high tides "
the civil rights of Negroes Three traffic deaths were The storm which caused one caused minor beach erosion AI will.save American lives. I. it to the Democratic ad- can be expected to return to
attributed Hilda's and.ccompIII'IJI
All were released on bond. to author! death and some flooding I in. the the cold front Hit Pensacola Those who demand the United Ministration's dealings with hem repeatedly between now
by -
Florida Panhandle, lost most olts temperatures dropped to M. States withdraw from the United world communism abroad, I In lid Nov. J.
les. A repairman working on' tropical characteristics whenIt Nations are "blind to the such: places as Viet Nam CUba One day last week, the PresIdent I

Is a T .IM" downed electric lines In NeOrleans sucked the field front Intolts No damage was reported It realities of our world," the and Berlin. began his campaigning

India bey who ....., w...., was electrocuted and a Irculatlon. .V Panama City where gusts hi2n I Democratic vice ., presWentli Goldwater and his runnln.' routine at 7 a.m. and didn't get
drowned In rshvswolen
ed le adept last week New I woman ditch. a .. All that KjnUined I wu s) (trg' ,.Ivand three Inches 01 nominee said In a speech prepared mate Rep. Willlarn E. Miller to bed until 4::30 the next morn-

1. to betog. seagal by families IUPIrtfJlr drainage low pressure ares with scattered were iecorded. for the University of Ca It-NY., planned a morning ng. It's a little hard to see how f

all ever Ike II""'" Aa Associated More than 100 persons wei showers in which winds occasionally ifornia. meeting with top party strafe- 10 can do much more but )

Press sterjr sad plctarebreagbt Injured 17) at Lanes alone reached gusts of 40 to More About >4'0-, .,. -. lists at. Republican nation ie has1psnnled complalnl n gompinlens

the erpeaa's duds. Flash floods drove Korea 50 miles an hour. ''Humphrey: was winding upthis he.dquatlentnd ne campalg! .. : th.t be will. It's a
case 'te astJeawlde attesltoa. in": excursion Into California for iromise .he seems very likelyo
from their homes and ouskirts But Hilda still was potentially tkki activity was scheduled for tJile. -
of 'Baton Rouge, the FatalFrom the Johnson-Humphrey rest of the day 1TuesdayOddwater keep ,:: *
O.K. NOW, dangerous because of Its abilityto 'with vliita to the campuses ft .
tale's capital city, Sunda.
; tornadoes. A forecastwas '
spawn and Callfornia- treks 10 I
San Jose State
.... Abraham Rlblcolf D- They Joined thousands of reft.. Issued for possibly damage i the prost efgos! Phlladelph] Time Sic.Goes

Conn., who nearly collapsed gees from the bayou 'country ing surface winds and tornadoes 1 ,The big Berkeley campus W'I suburbs. *-** ... .
during a speech In Albany N.Y.,, President Amla Hales has where most of the' Trend' 60 miles on either side of a line Page racked last week by s protestagainst n; ,' I
wu discharged: taken ever the premiership 01 peaking Cajuns live. solicItation Miller sche&uled: a swing .lai
Saturday night from near Ocala to Charleston.And on-campus : ForJohnson "
ed for in that "
Injuries sec
from Albany Medical Center Syria from Salah Biter in a goy.crescent Baton Rouge recorded 1 10 as the storm moved eastward of funds for off dent.
shakeup expected to Inches of rain. As Hilda move the civ "tt :; ,
Hospital. pulling the cold front withit activities, such aa '
Rlblcoff, M, was admitted to result In a tougher stand toward Into southwest Mississippi Ind small craft warning flags The Alachua exit has \been open rights drive In Mississippi.In Political :* I IC
neighboring Iraq. r, that curved eastward she )eft in Its present pattern only] .
the hospital as I precautI wary went up over the entire Florida I his speech at the unlvers .. .
measure after he complaIned of Both men are members' ol 12 Inches of rain at McComb. Gulf coast and on the Atlantic two and one-half months, sine: ty Humphrey hit at what he .flU 11m. ,
) ,slg
feeling faint U he delivered an Syria's ruling Baath Soclalls A freak windstorm calla: coast from Cape Kennedy north the super highway was opened ailed Sen. Barry Goldwater' Loy4y Oath t

address at the 125th anniversary party which was toppled from Hilda's backlash by the Weathc ward. from Alachua south on July confused views on the United NEW. YORK U' magazine.- I IIn
of the medical center. power In Iraq last November bread struck New Orleans' The Weather Bureau predicted M.. Previous to that, the temp Nations and presented sane .... this week's 'Issue, announce

Biter, U, premier since March lakefront by surprise Sunda; the cold front would be pulled irary end of the road was wel suggestions for strengthen Under Fire : Its support for President John- t

IMS has been accused of sppeaslng afternoon. Winds In excess of 10 down over the whole Florida marked. the world or.aI JlUon. on. It Is the first time anyTime

Iraq, which Is closely mp.h. whirled across M-mll. bringing I The crash Sunday night 'was Inc publication has ex-
peninsula by Tuesday, What he called the most 1m TALLAHASSEE (Ap-Deme
allied lo President Carnal At wide Lake Pontehartraln and weather. to second: accident in Alachua all licitly backed a Democratic:
cooler of
much need crstlc
portant was an Rep. Julian Bennett of
den Nasser of the United Arab pounded the seawalls. Waves ofIiz County this weekend In which atonal ticket.
Florida was
Wont flooding better procedure filed III
agreement on Bay County a petition
(1 an
Republic. Hates, ,. feet or more crashed overt at Blountstown where Lake Hil- two persons died. or starting and financing Leon County Circuit Court today The editorial In Life lauds
of Nasser.
avowed foe nation's revolutionary the seawalls, crossed Lakeihor da surged out of Its banks,)I In Waldo Saturday afternoon peace-keeping missions. to strike down Florida'. Johnson as "a well.ualUled
The Drive and flooded fashionaW two died in a collision on VS. members resident( of the US." who
council accepted Bltar'a resignation spilled water Into numerous' Failure of many loyalty oath requiring support
: .
at a meeting Saturday bomII. thhurricane's tomes and washed out a 40-foot 301. They were Walter F. Leitwll the Soviet Union and France of N per cent ef the party'. has shown an Impressive capacity -
New Orleans escaped knee. In and Lora Primmer. for such for growth In the presidency -
a communique: said. bridge. Water was deep for two to pay peace- ,opposed candidates.The .
night, heavy rains an i kill. the so far." It deplores Se
pome yards.At Seven persons have been keeping activities as along oath.- Is required of .11
LUCI FETE winds u the .torm'.1)1 alter Pensacola, year-old BillWaters id on county roads within nine eau Strip and In the Cong candidates for public and entiment that he is merely the .
Inland part
course after moving ; "' "
United Nations lesser-evil candidate.
i disappeared while surf,lays.. has brought the \
offices\ and pledges dur-
Babes Jeaassa was honored Saturday. support
.Led lo the brink of crisis, he noted Of the Republican\ nominee
big the csndidate'a term of 01.
Sunday .
guest Hump prey contended that u Sen. Barry Goldwater and his
at Texas stay
barbecue a More About paymeatproceclure.ml&htbeImproved his petition.. Bonnet dews, Life says"We do not
type in the future with aIpedal (
link a landslide defeat woulde
-- in the Detroit hanged Abs oath vu vague am
committee: on assess "
asked the court to Define his unjust to either.
suburb of CourtFrom meets to which "the large and : "
BleomfieldHills. Diddle powers would have s righto. Life Joined the publishing empire -

The barbecue r ruler representation than I'' He saM he planned to vote for of Henry R. Luce in 1936,
:. Dr.' Wkstsa H. Price, was pre- Page. iIIII lave. <..the assembly as s ''I Republican presidential candidate but did not start backing presitntial -

= prefesser ef epMemletogyat pared by President \. kte"! f i Barry: Gokl".ter1he, candidates until 1M4

the MIll ...... Behest Johnson's law Is clearly constitutional uDder ; ,' ,,,...'. I enersl eIe IGft.U. .-** hen it supported Thomas E.
= ef Rygieae as* PabllsHeatuX personal chef the commerce power. : 1 : ... eotesRepubucn.M11w; Dewey against\ Franklin D.

Is werttag ea a ... Walter Jetton Lad After hearing the Heart Gf ..,.i Obituaries >mldenJial.rac : aad'Semorisk' Msevelt It supported the Reublican -

=. vies ef ......... which end wu sponsored by the Atlanta Motel case, the court 4,l c1RGa BRAGGRdLISTOGearr m" ".oftef:. woeec nominee in every
he betes eesM sad the young Citizens for Johnson. will take up an appeal by UN I'" ta Bay County Bennett (impaign between then and

threat ef eeeephllgr.ECONOMIZE. Justice Department Involvlni Washngtoai Till hare suppoiiavetaga: DOW. 1.i 1.

WEDDING 1211c'c Barbecue In Binning Bragg: It. died Sunday 16 pee .aa-.'--- Because Time and Fortune do II

.... Waives G. Mafnsea, tarn, Ala. .nenung af aa Ocala bmpiial ... not have editorial pages, L .', I
Psralta A lower federal court la BlrmIngham He was k| me nercanUe bus- xfersemcnt is usually taken
Wash..nd Jermaine
Mrs. Lyaeea B. ....... hu ,
wardrobe of six i Seattle widow were married held the public accost ness and earns to the WUUston .Sanland al standing for the whole of
selected a
nodatlona section unconatituDona tees Birmingham 2S Time. Inc. In theory however
sad three coats to wear Sunday with Prudent and Mrs tree. yean :
dresses U applied to Oak's Bar.Mew. Ute Is speaking only for Jt.self. .
Johnson witnessing the ceremoV --
her whistle-stop campaignlour Mja.Survivors PirticHeld
on In the Atlanta motel cast inclsde Us widow, .
Southern States. in s Hotel Shoreham suite
he lower court found (he
sec Ettabeth; two sins George
performed by the Senate chapab -
In a statement Sunday Km did ml violate the Coostition. Three hundred
Barth and olunland
h.. Fart ; Louis Krbtgtooi > empoyes
Mrs. Dr. Frederick Brown H:>
from tile Wits Rouse Gainesville San
TUBS Training
; two sisters, Mrs.fiery Center and
uld the. chose clothes rll. Twenty guests
Johnson The section states that "aC Mr families
Black attended
Chrlstesmn. o. t. a picnic :-
that "win pack well wear well Msgnuson is M and his brides lemons shan be entitled .. fun date; and Mrs. John/ Blamrd, Saturday honoring two envloyes SOS. --. -eot
and be u good In tbrtI1fI'l'time" 41. The couple left by Irak nd Sunday mem.n .
or Chicago: and Seattle. ] ind equal enjoyment of goods. date rags. Idaho: two brothaCahrexPecatcQaldake.- with M years' service at kv ". Gemnvill MMtt ,.
ervfces, faculties: privflsges,, : ; SuIIIIIIIt. Can-pony so 101 SEnd

vantages and arynmmoila .ad David. ....... Idaho; and William Buck\ and his wife. nods. !GM1.Mtlie. Florida.QICUUnOM .
and Jemison treated of .. end moored a .,cord cIote
More AboutVietNam copters wu Ions of any place fatbits a* dint fie. Imma. received framed ccrtifl- P505 Otftce
Bien Hoa Air Force Base la Mlectioa. mange w
at ommodaUon, M aafaed tee from Supt R. C. Pnilipe &.

hospitaL \ wttbeat.erIsInal1wr sj I Wlai ,in. Italy Sell. J. EatM/ (Red Ores tar IT
US. military sources said egregaUoa ea gsaad ,(tnunended .both workers and wean ot sun
,are color, nOgta.. er atsdenldg" I .... .41
I the
110018 (AT) -Marian. Ruisr. InItItutI.lie
Communist Josses during the profreaslade .
I ** IMS
batik five miles\ north ot Saigon tieSMSIta Queen Visiting CanadaQueea she ssjisrta Itallaa PrejJer ta. working It the field of
The two apostle present I rtardallea. ; 41 MOlt "..
More and his
ftIIfIrleft -
From 1 coettheVlelCongfroraHtondesd t .. .elo"
Page how far the section .. ... .awe
by conservative estimate sacan under the authority elfengnss jJuakelA II ariUea M vaiuua today te begin lemaHMiil aHuuice was Buick WM developed a not Me.- .. Audot lwad i

bodies ef te fallen government and that Viet Cong casualties to regulate tntentalesmnwrce. asi HIT riot taal ass a iar.ed Ureau .,.. 'MtectH secretary .. the rogram at Sunfaetf, hu _,. .. -

aokUers.The. ., ru to about JOf. The Interstate com- h....-.,..... aeparalUU .la quebec. .Frlace Edward : nristiaa Democrat party hi I there since 11. Mrs. BUck, -...... mow s.5'..:
.... proaatoed a warm wetroeae today one on 'Saturday after a .be is .to charts fl the" beeutiaa ;wt. sal
Viet Coy fled Into Ins Government troops lost U nerve' power. was the III IepJ ... .... : =, =
Jtionle will te arrival ef a bubo sad H wounded stoat el \ basis. behind congressional despite. exleaaive security ,rtfallt.... The queen ..mMltofbictolnfbctwralogrUbctktae. 1-: preen) 'l1II. bas worked at -. an'-- 01.-5..s....

Ctt II UL MfI atIIIId bell.t them b the ambush. .d. opuea. at the section. |wea te Queue I we dais later. 'SIaIMd... 1t4I. I
,) t: t .


...... ..
I" .
", '
t tIj 1

t( .. ..... C' '-" .. -" .. 19at4 Gsin..ill.. Sue 3

----. .......
: ) / r.Ht.)0 ; .,.. .,

'f. --1"-. }'JW>> t "

i 7A1'4 "} .. .. ', "'. : :

" r .,t ? '
I .,. .. We tOVE 'rz' } .
I' 'jt' : 'd 'f' \ ..
f'le I t. : "
,. ,. ,. ,jf. .', / t. ,... :ff: l' !' ,
I 1 ,.,. ,' ;" ';"i 'w" tJl tI b
I "; ,,. III .
," ",' ,,,! ...."" ,.., 1 l'iII

I .,' I, '.. :": /' > "

, .
w ; : 0'I' ; .. 'f"' ,1I
I .. .
I ,. .. J..
I ? r
,'. .,.
VI"" r' ::
i': :
.." 4,., 't ,'}1 ., 'yu ""'0)1" ,#11 11" : I '
I : ,I."I'fj'' ,. ', ..
: hi
fiiIJ'' i
:., ,1, ., ; ''.. ; .
<1 I) .. '
I'' '1 )11'" ,
.. I.
"" K .
4 r I \ 1
I ":J ,h 1,I ), '
. : !'t-"I" i. .,')
., 1, 'rliU iuaee
I : \1j'\<'
':. xtJt r 1 "
., .IIf' j '
I' I WI '

IJ : ;.. ;..1, (,.,,' :\" ... ; : ,..,.

.... i : ; t I d J ,
I.: r .: .."'J':', 1 I it. .'-

.,. '.1', "'" 1 .
t ''
l ,, .
I ( ,.'.1I ;

I ; ,.t ., E S't ''I.
'I '"'' .h ..1 CA

I ... '....,..'.".. .' j, ..I

I. : ,,':"\\, : ",, 'j/ "I 'I'I'jt \ ,

: : : -

: ,, \ ,; <; A : : ::;:;

., :
... "
'. //1" '; '" .. '. ""'" ," ., ,
/ 'f .r'.1 F (/:: a11 it 1 f\ iy4,I1f'I'I'. '
"' .I""r.'t. luIQ'lL : I. '
; : .
J ;
I. :1 .U"\II"\t\lr..w-, \ ; .
,.. .\ :'". r .t I.t.,,,.. : N, ., "r ';' r 'I.j J n ,", i i
".. .1i I! ( \ +rr .
I J'I"" .tol.\ n_ t ;
: : ,. ,; :f'
I ,. .. / r F 'i. :tA: r.1 ""NIXu ...,............ ; ; ."..., r".4' ". .-, .
: "fJl
f ;
ir rtItt. ', .' '. tIIf .1 I. ) "
I' r' \ 1'r. V. I ( .."
j : : ; t'1 ;: ((4 l1: f1, r .j
s ,. f .. ) '"'I ,! .t:. I...! )
... f

1 t 1 1 BArd b.t t

J ,

tI i I r i

# "

.1. '

: : 't ) ( : :" ;' ; i ; 1 ..1
I .y1. I I
-.: >. : ..:\:;

.. "f..J"' ; !>!IM"' .t'II"' ,. L \\'II" ;.( 'lO'i'' '>,,,.C...."J"J.>:. !
'i ,
. \ f 1 I ", I .... ".,,'i l :,'"
i .. ";, I '

,,' I ..

, I tr ., t .L', ,. ., .
: r ,
r r. I1
t '
1 ';Mfi" '1' ; a.r.
f" ''''I. "'" f.,' _
1 ", ,. "" '1" "
| tai : -* r f't: / I '
a "
I I ,'_ I ".., J 'u ,,,,,11.,1. '''' 'If'
\ hi .". ..... .; ..

i j IVKm. __ "OUR MOST IMPORTANT:;:;':>

f1. :: ,...
1 I '/
t I': .
t a I
i ,
: X le nn

1'1:) u 1I1i: PARKING i ASSET..IS YOO'I;< >:'iw
...\,' W\I" ( rAP...' ..=.. :;.. r, ,; .. .
.' ......, "" .t. ", 1 't J #'''' I 1,
., '" .. 1 ,. .' .
..w.v'' .1 IR .. +M L k (f. t "J'1 1" 7", "' r T I.: r "J"Ifttl
... '. II q 1 Y t.' .+ frha ; 1 Th N r -. :, ": : ':{ :. r.t::, .. .
I''.:.....:. .. .,. r" '. .1. .".. .......;,...\ twh "' A t I '- J.'n.." T.'n.li'A fIttH 'r <,P_
ri r 'r4 +"p'' .t S !r iJ 'IU/ .yr+1 F 4J s r. "/r'N'M'. ,,' f1ISrT. 11M{ .Ma ...
'! -:...* 1IfIW.... <' ....... ....
""'" T .t ,
11" t
'J';: .. : ':oil' ., .. .. ......, ... ',NF.I, ; h'u f fl II,, .I''t; ..'i .:
.. ... r- "' "" i!"' ''' 'lft! ; :, .' ;: .. ; .. ,
I ..... .,,.
or : '': ': ""' ,.. ,. ;.<, ,1)1........ 1> ::.fiI 'J .f, tf 'j 1 1i
'.,.....:.I...I n_ r i. .: ".., J.w """ ....... 1I-0 1' I "N't '. .s I. .
,. .', ." r.. ... t. :, ',1 it" .., ., ,...... .
... f.P .; .. ."..... of.r, I., "" .' .f ;.*." >."_* "f'.i"" ;1'' '.' I ..

!.-.J r Jn r, 1 I r '.. rw ,..
; '



; "

. -, '- ... - -. . TON

\ .

"...4 ..+a.evill. Sues Monday. Octobe, 5. hbte _

Oiafn uilk Sun- N

a To the FBI:


JOIN I. HAiallON. ....... ..e.PWIH..r. .. Danger!
Florida'. 'Beautiful ... SMCrtlvt S.Nr; W. O. (Ml) WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. I
.IIUOLI, Vk ,...... .... M.nrthtof : RALPH McGILL
University City'. WraeMrt/ Ml ,..".LIONI. Psi,... p_ w",.... riMteM I : The President requested the Federal Bureau of Investigation
Vii ...' ._ .... amMM MIII_. i, 4M Ik. AllllU, 10..1 .......... f to ascertain the extent to which recent riots have been
THE SUN'S POLICY "systematic," ie, to ascertain the extent to which they

BookA r were planned by regimented agents of disorder. Meaningthe
I. lUpert tho ntws fully and Impartially In the iwwi column. / Communists, and the more militant of the civil rightsgroups.
ti 2. Expmi the opinions of the Sun In-but only In-tdltarloli" /A' Mr. J. Edgar Hoover's report to the President,

< 3. Publish oil tldtt of Important controv.rslallNul', ... Mfyri'r t published last week, was to the effect that the riots that

I, The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 1d AMemory l' : made this such a not summer were not In fact "race riots,"
and not consciously moUviated or directed by the Communists -

or by fee IIII' o civil rights groups.<

Leave the Girls With Usa j air: Hoover's' agents reported that the riots, which consumed -

)over, limbs, and property, were primarily the result -
material causes. To be sure, Mr. Hoover pointed
a ;; Join the city commission and seethe Gainesville, all five of which are in out;. there ,were here and there individual agitators whose

world-and take wife tool Fortun Marazlne'.1i.tof. the 400 Reading, "The Lost City,", o" ties to 'the Communist Party or to the black nationalists
' largest corporations in America. TheGeneral'* r brought back, starkly and! I are a )matter of public record, who urged the rioters on.
iv I q \' But there IS no evidence, said Mr. Hoover, that these folk
t Alan Sutherland companies.. are Bpenry-Rand, strong, my own brief weeksin them-
Commissioner Instigated" : !the riots. Rather they opportunized on
" f has decided that since Sperry-Rand, Electric, Sean Roebuck and Co.:' the last days of the Vienna- I r NEW TOOTH .'saw them; moved In, and did their best to make them as
I.' C. Penney and Cowles Magazines ,that was. The Nazis bad been* --- I c ,I "' ''extensive and as bloody as possible. The headlines, accord-
in his words, "does not provide and Broadcasting Inc. there but a few days when I t ," P .*, Ingly proclaimed the Com

travel expense money for wives," arrived OB a third< class"hard" -.'. TIlEj'WHIU.n"S FOREMOST NEWS ,ANALYSTBy munists and the Negro Idea-

Jthat the city of Gainesville should The comments of the local execu railway coach that .. _: __ logues as blameless. j
tives of these' companies on wives had been some M,hours oa, : \ 1((: '.'. be ,
:pick up the difference. the .way from Cologne It was. There can no question
being reimbursed for travel with has* March 1931.' about Mr. Hoover's probity

I And Commissioner :Richardson has bands on Gainesville business trips The novel is by John Gun- Unresolved Issues In the handling of facts.

l f- :decided: that since the commissioners range from "I was startled when I ther, whose several excellent But Mr. Hoover cannot be expected -

.are not salaried that they deserve read it," to "Absolutely preposterous "Inside" books, beginning with"Inside '...... to pass official judgment -
of life ,Jiko !" Europe," filled s long- a 'j on the effects the
.some of the amenities 1 : .. .,'t upon '
putting the ,wife in the driver's seat neglected need. As well as Q Neat fork StatM action to separate national ac But to this true? And IfM( public morale of the strident
else, and better than
I anyone
1 on city of Gainesville business trips. Not'one of the companies Professor most, he knew the, Vienna that By JAMES RESIGNWASHINGTONIs tion. They are working at I to,: can raising the makes inv exhortation of recent years to

Commissioner Richardson, existed from after the first the .cross purposes In Viet Nam. ]i, the war be "Con fled," ss anarchic resentments. Mr.

Now Mr. Richardson telling us okays taking the wife on business world war to the second. It first month of the presidenaltlal )- Tbelr with efforts their to national deal separately agricultural -1 tty Pentagon to so fond of saying -' Hoover did not attempt an Inquiry -

that when the commissioners journey trips at company, expense. At very was s mixture of levity, despair election campaign the two :, problems Is even worse. ? It would also be interesting into whether the Communists

to Michigan or North Carolina to Inspect best one of the companies allows beauty, ugliness graciousness candidates have told us whata The need for more cooperation to know swhe/ha"/ Presl-) militants and had the prepared civil rights the

city hall sites and:data processing expenses reasonable and necessary fear and hate. terrible world this would.I h tile fields of trade and l dent Johnson and Senator more restless elements of the

equipment, that the little in the conduct pf business, and jthat The novel Is the story of a be If the other fellow was of ,finance was never greater' Goldwater propose to go on community to believe in the .
elected. In
the last month
'Mrs. should go along at the..expense might, include .taking the ,u In newspaper correspondent I It the campaign now 'than new, but the progress In r.getting the U. a Involved in essential rightness of !tak I Ing
starting/ '
executfrt has Vienna a good man working these fields to not keeping pace the law Into their hands
that tribal own
I actual practice, :every conflict In Africa
'of with the
found In 15:,years with the same for a good and honest would define In more specific A '' problems.A t i tang Asia. Part ef our difficutty and simply smashing up the
:: Gunther, was such a Joint as a of manifestIng
for he twice has takesrf' his paper. terms what would do "* AH this Is not now In Viet Nam is that way -
We've checked our notes, and company, man and he worked for sucha they f 1' only frsgmentingii j'we Increased our com m I their general dissatisfaction -
the life of us we find no mention by wife to a company function ac$ company newspaper. But the novel they won.Nineteen. i n the the Alliance but]1 tnents there without agreeing' with life. It to in the con

either Sutherland or Richardson or expense.: ,.J: is by no means an autobi sixty.five is not hampering the nations and developmentof the within the government about text of this failure of Mr.
or WInn or McKinney ography. It Is the story of a likely to be a period of dramatic here to- our objectives that conflict Hoover that one reads with
.Turlington of objective men
'when they ran for office that they Leave the little woman at home, city and a time which though new Initiatives In world that this. drift toward "sepa- Yet we may be on the pointof surprise his altogether tangen-
1938 Is but 2( politics. Some influential men tial observations
years ago, the concerning
making same impre-
when to that Florida continued for
should send boys, you go rateness,
thought the taxpayers seems so far back in history "here even go so far ss to say cise mistaken In the Congo. the riots' causes: "The social
will lead .
;along Mesdames Sutherland, Rich- League of Municipalities meeting. as to be almost ancient !that the U. S. should concentrate many more and economic conditions In
!ardson, Turlington, Winn and McKinney Not in your wildest imagination can for the foreseeable Inevitably toward a kind of All the Indications now are which much of the Negro population -
.... City of Gainesville busl- you justify taking wives with you at It was my lot. In that early future,on its serious educational Isolation and also toward that the new nations of Africa lives are demoralizing
on of 1938 weakness in dealing with the
spring to come to agricultural and rlclllJI'Obieml are going to be more While steady Improvement -
the public's. expense. t. Communist worlds.It .
: ness. know fairly well only one of at home, and worry unstable internally and more of these substandard

the major"characters In "The ,.less. about foreign affairs.I to In this larger sense of quarrelsome with their neighbors conditions to a long term goal,
'. And to make Business Professor Reimburse yourselves for justifiable Lost City. In the book be is I .There the whole Alliance that the In the next four years the anti. poverty program as
have city then take the bus called James N. Drew. In real are, however sever- than they have been in the well ss other
I Ii i Richardson feel at home, we expenses, e1.d11. serious problem of Viet Nam to so private and pub-
life he problems overseas,
( .:checked with five companies in and leave the girls with us. South Carolinian.'Years was Robert Best,be s/ ..Deluding the possibility of a important How do the candidates last year. Yet the campaign lic activities should result In
avoid Is casting very little light on steady Improvement.
to a ma-
fore he had drifted into Va:T 1: wider and more serious war propose bow the two candidates
jor war In Southeast Asia? pro-
enna, a young, ,t b JlU n tie, fa Viet Nam, which may even Both of them have touched pose to approach these problems That to what to known in
Southerner looking for a job:'>overwhelm] our domestic con- Increasingly ominous question ., or even what they are the academic world ass
Jhe He got one as stringer for 'cerns If they are allowed to but neither of them has going to do about the unequalload "value Judgment" That Is to
iVqicaof People a U. S. news agency and drift ss they have been drifting really tackled it. The record now being carried by the say,'the position may or may
never left .> j during the- campaign. not be It to
on both sides Is full of dangerous U. S. on behalf of the alliancein merely one
,Cc On that March night of How do President Johnson ambiguities.The the underdeveloped world. that happens to appeal to the

: 0n ..Sun's Opinion Page arrival in 1938 I found the and to Senator achieve Goldwater the Allied Unity propose present policy justifies. It to startling M compare The person so .who called puts anD it forward.poverty
I first
I 0....... .*4 .......... tf sea ......a n w l".m. I III HM v.... *l ... FM,!...ills... LtMtra letter of Introduction sought out a they both want? The Western little hope of succeeding there. fthe quality ef the speeches program means, II the pub-
..... 1e adaa.d ... ruse tile wea.r'. dOMi ..... will be wIIfIIIoI4 If ........... A l.W..a.dden was Alliance to being steadily Goldwater to right about that Delivered In ,this', campaign lll1c. ear, the program insti-
..... S00 ..*rie .d awe .* wrfcteo oe .." see tU* If t.. ..,.*. ...... ...Mf .t in... Tk. Going to the next agency of 'weakened by a< kind of na- But to it really true that the ,.vea with the speeches of the plated In recent months by
I !: ems,.. lb. I ..,/.1oIt eat lIete...ee N arises." M. wlths.. .....el.e tae .rIIor'. ......... es fire, knowing no one, I met t tionalistic :counter-revolution. situation would be mad. better 'Kennedy.Nixon campaigns And |President Lyndon Johnson It
.... .4 'u V Best. He helped fine a hotel ?
--- wben they are compared ,with b not
; p i. For a time, the free nations by puttWg American s program that was con-
Guilt Aug. 14, IBM, page 79 and'the had two heads and sit hands room. he In was the kind.days Each that followed were making progress toward forces into the battle and ex- the Stevenson speeches of 1952 :,cloved: by John F.!Kennedy,
Byi" evening .' to North Viet the contrast to almost ludicrous. or Dwight Eisenhower
: the
: at least JIIIIIIInI war ori
eta two "Pore'irati. and twelve feet, SO WHAT! he common or cooperative ,
first part sat at the same cafe
: V J> Harry Truman. Not
.I policies In the fields of .N.., i one has.
lie Man Who Is 'l'bI'IwIdenL" None of these things have and at the same !table. His (
: AuooietionF.DITOI was to because
defense, finance: trade, and.agriculture. i suppose, these
Johnaau one'the major
sod Sen- One by economic -
nightly then
companion was s President .
That Is an so- anything to do with either the gentlemen were any less
ffy'YMT i* of election fraud that beautiful Viennese girl I Ito Goldwater are new fellowmi political, foreign policy of
fern editor rebut : facts or the quality of writing ,1' aware poverty or any less
This momentum toward !Interdependence Be domino theory about and even philosophic questions
Bade Lyndon a Senator. U was then sympathetic to the Butpresumably
III entitled "OMrnlnf Little in the book. Best something of I I' poor.
toward If It fans all Wore the nation 'were discussed
common Nam
then It' t,
jt were an untruth they did not be-
book did magnificent .
Usto a a legend. Not too long before
I' think if had cited policies, was broken by Southeast Asia will go te the by Stevenson in that
that the a
attempting to establish stands to reason author you fleve that poverty. best
Job his "countess" had died. She
things, including ,DtGauDa'a Communist A fl..1III campaign 11 years ago, but
and would be many dealt with
uUt by llIIOCIat Ion. publisher few, Instances of discrepancies by grandiose federal -
endeavored| to disqualify Indicted for libel by some or In the book's facts, then was a much older woman political and defense peaceful Viet Nam wo ,are It to difficult point to a programs.. To pat forward I
You whom he had
met after ,
soon and the ether Allies, .told to "vital" to the single! distinguished speech by
policies ,
named lathe
tLe contents of the book "A all of the people you would have a valid argument his arrival She a casual relation between poverty
was Insanely Johnson
preoccupied with domestic pol- security of the U. S. If this either President or
publications. to the true worth and and the
by aa explosions that
Texan Looks at Lyndon"
and toward the end \
Jealous the Senator Goldwater since: the
G. N. OWEN itics, have never regained ItThe to true, then obviously
book. took
allusion that one of the merit of the As It stands place in the United
wme of their almost
long, Inexplicable
started month
haveto battle
risks ef escalation will over n
researchers for (he book was you have neither proven nor living together, Best Allies, accordingly are States during this summer Is
In some way connected With InfuriatedBy' Justified your "supposed' would lock himself In his agency drifting away from common be faced. ago to dally with premises that

tIe American Nail Party.Regardless point If you come up with office and sleep on a cot are alien to the general line
of called NEWS COLUMNISTS of thought of the Director of
any your so pesu- DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE
: Editorial sometimes with the count-
of the truth of
do documentations I wouldbe Federal Bureau of Investigation.
tEat If all of a man's work the first to read and appreciate ess beating her riding crop .
.cn be discredited by guilt of EDITOR. Sun: Your editorial it. Until then name- against the door and scream
Msoclatlon than what would infuriated met! supposed calling will not suffice as a ing for him.Hitler's There are nations In the

become of the high government the Gainesville Sun to be a sufficient deterrent to my not troops were In Vi- The Moral Disorder world infinitely poorer than

officials past and present responsible newspaper but believing the book.BARBARA. enna that March In 1931, arrogant the seamiest sections of Rochester
who have been associated when It treats a subject In KELLER: and tough. I had letters and Harlem and Philadelphia ,

with Alger Hiss. Harry Dexter such a thoroughly Illogical to a prominent Jewish ... .-' .. "*"" where people have I:,
White, Bobby Baker, Billy manner, I really ,..II must Pleased By family and privately was seeing By:wiL'ltlR'....... fIIIi,Ira,1eY ; tigkta.a., ....... .; Tff 1. :" ,.**t { not recently rioted: for instance
spl Estates and Matthew Me- take Issue. I am referring to "
them and learning from Thers) slJ 'isissilsie. sus'., air deN.t aiW ....: \,;- (. Bombay. There are I II
to name a few of the editorial concerning the .
the Closkey well just. known characters. book "A Texan Looks At Social them what one could not lean .." ...;:J Miat'deatl.aliSR; .V; tM*> I areas In the world resplendent
Security 1
Lyndon." I. on the streets At night, sitting walen ..... ..'iw lU>.e two I o k nee :th th.tI hav4recently the masses I
4 Now on the other hand If at the cafe with Best be .. .spit'" ai .....I. ti y { rioted for Instance -
i you wish to properly Inform Attacking the supposed coauthor As an employee In the past, and the gird I sometimes be ::. Aliat. ri Mr: tUIr'. ; 'I d rrBvlilld. ys pj j(,. Tokyo. i iI

your readers according to the of the book Is Inane. and as an employer to the now Social, I would curse, In helplessness twill .wS> MSjssBif. M BsfSe. ''' .te/....,'.r .--..,:etwkka "t- .f Tile: FBI has defended it- .
,obligation of a news medium If Mr. Dewey contributed to am pleased pay the more arrogant groups of and ... .... hi psu.sat. I; ( ": r. -.i I self over the by remind,1' I
Tax and feel years
,I1 you could have taken up the the Nail part, so what? If Security that it stormtroopers at nearby Thin IggeaaM... .. tilt DIM Jilt miMdieut. .' alIoftt III' Ing its critics that it to ISo ,I"
of .
case of Prlnclnct No. 13 oa I he favored the lynching. of la the best form insurance tablet/ Best would find excuses of fottlll.... ....t. lit:; \ ptactlesl niessen w: be kibeoic.'u.BoVwhich I I elusively a fact finding agency -

pages 17 to 47 In "A Texan Chief Justice Earl Varies, so available and If I should for.them, but bo never cal pbgy. Beeler llseseI, aai etygrX erftne sad vk ...1"t.. :'T. ..W"1" ...... not an agency that
Looks at Lyndon."7 I first what? If hi formed an organballon -* accidentally: help some oldster condemned. The girl was always indeed hi arrest every great. .tasjwtHi They, thuuji light as afr, areas draws social or political conclusions I
4 read of that in the Texas Republican "Texans for Amer- over 15 while paying this beautIfuL She hated concern of a President and of have nothing they want to do strong as Inks 'of free" from the work it engages

nearly a year ago. c.." so what? If he once entertained tax I will try to live with the England but never took any the federal government about .the schools housing 1 t Ills because el the eliaten in. It Is under the circumstances
The account In pun fact was George Lincoln I burden of this kind of unfair. offense at mylllpn. Except for trying to revise the pouce"ncreaton, health. disturbing to

4 t repeated In Lift Magazine, Rockwell, M what? And If he ness. I saw Hitler and an his entourage his own record, be has la fact They want la save .us from .-of Out this t oils Invisible voBlsred" community to write read In the current report

of notables arrive turned away from the discussion our troubles: by ttek ftrsoa- what amounts to the FBI's
POTOMAC FEVER. el the great .issues of national Oat Vwgxeen die In batOe endorsement of a controversial I
and -
-Goebels, Hess, Goering. al example! by their capacityto .
others; watched the controlled policy and to putting his estadevlrbsi and by ;denouncing for .laeir ee...,'. agesnd..wobimen anti poverty program.Disturbing .
I By JACK WILSON, Cowlee Washington Bureau voting in the plebiscite of main emphasis on crime violence ', Bleat trees because it suggests 1

The Syncom satellite provides quick reliable communications between Vta hington April 10th. and two days later and tamorality. sK: They, are lite they will never'sit under" a move towards the political I ..
London. The central theme of the the preacher who, said President 4 nation of the FBI by be Executive -
the went back to
and Saigon. This keeps confusion at the Pentagon right up to minute.
I When war came Best, to Goldwater campaign' has sow Calvin Coolidge when be There b no mob unfounded Branch. J. Edgar Hoover

my shocked surprise stayed become bt effect that crime returned from church'oil.. claim than that Barry Gold- b a hero to most Ameri

Most of the money in the Appalachian program would go to build roads. on and did traitorous broad be and dealt sin are with sills successfully which can by Sunday morning bad preached water to a conservative. He cans Including be baa over myself the because -

I Theory ia that if you put roads in there, everybody will have to get rich to casts Best for the Nails sentenced After the to the personal example and virtue oa sia and was against it denies the fundamental principle any effort to corruptthe yearsresisted
war was
keep up the payments on the car. prison and sent to this meat of Barry GoUwatsr and Not only do Messrs. 'Cold- of eonsenaOsm which Integrity of his son. The ,
William Miner. We two are. b that we a community report on the riots
thatIn sad MIDer so betong.to was nderme :
try. I wrote him, saying water .pnpoeo .
: sets off la Mississippi memory of ate ktodMss .. bo to trying to leD the voters, remedies except their. poreal which to. teeter, older circumstances disquieting. :'
experimental explosion
The morally superior men whs One recalls mat Bobby Kennedy :
aba but wbeb and has
Vienna I'd like to send example they more eadurtog
unusual blast there was no Negro church on top of it.
It was an because ef wild we are sad as Attorney General -
Therewas their they
books or cigarettes Boned phOoeofby i ourselves Senator i Goldwater
sad what .. will drive sod such
no answer. He died seen we cot themselves off head say as principal official J
crime and vtoteoce frees .. to fa fact a raeVsl opponentof In charge of die Buns
thereafter of bed heart kM ef eeacertod effort b > '
Civil rights people are investigating the case of a manufacturer who refusesto s city\ streets and toaogento a tre 4 a e e sM&lsae..autaonty rnneeneilless+ ffce enter dbpskhedrBI agents at two
integrate. his business. He claims his product is designed for discriminating The girl tt tuned out was new era of virtue h Ibis ear* sod order rte ssodsra lie.; the banner of personal freedom I 1 and three o'clock II the morekg. '

buyers. a minor Nazi agent attacked nptcd bod.Stripped veal compound that to knock oa the doors ef ..
to S.Sfor obvious reasons. down this to ae What to their tamely for aO officials tt the steel -
This small experience gave doubt a remarkable ....... ear ssorsl evfla? Te liberate 'moral Osoroer.t which to be lea to tM .. JFK eWlsr.H "

If yet don't believe that America to still the land of promise :.- yon Jut '..t- extra pleasure to reidlag"The W self admiration Bit the Indvidwl from die tyna pwamouoryprobtosn of themoders war eo steel an obvious '

a'! bas iIat.allvy to.> ,Ue ......... ....... .- t' Lest CUy.* -., Mi balagj -,elelsins. ":sr," If II grhmessle.et ad tile CGI iasi veaulrt II ltilDidadOL,

........_ '....-. ._ :r. __ .:..:...,.: ..:..." 1.j ,;. ___1_ -,).-.z.-.a

5 .1 ," l

("..- -

MOil". October S. 1964 Gelll..me Sun b?

THE AMERICAN WAY Alachua urn mEn E in f8A Get Acquainted Meet f 1, I

by "Let's Get Acquainted" Is the cuss their activities and display

Auxiliary theme for the first meeting of (work done last year.
Howard Whitman the Gainesville Woman's Clubto Tickets for the Madrigal Dinner

be held on Wednesday at the will be on sale at this meet-
LuncheonFirst THE family f I L TUESDAY October 8 I Clubhouse.Coffee will be served ling.

Miscellaneous shower comp at 1:30 a.m., and the meetingwill

:Love Under Fire luncheon meeting of 11m II tI n Mrs. Glenn follow at 10 o'clock. been The Invited Junior Woman's to attend Club to his become
Division will be
the former
Roberts Marks
the Alachua. General Hospital
orientation with the club
Eighth .( a Series serves it? Take leave of your Auxiliary has been scheduled JournellLEAVENWORTH. l : -Davis Miss Marsha Capo 8 p.m., In charge of the will activities.acquainted
-K'l a boy!" What father, busy world of business, and really Wednesday October. 21, at Mrs. William B. Weaver and meeting. Each division dis

hearing those words after the talk to that boy of yours the Holiday Inn. FANS '- her mother Mrs. Frank W.

long hours of pacing the corridor Ia His Ret Rod Mrs. Edward Byrne, president Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Jour- home
thrilled with ? that ,.com Tuttle, at the former's
hasn't Joy Dad to announces neD of Leavenworth, Kan., announce '
He has his eon, his pal. the "Oh my God says mittee reports will be presented the engagement and approaching 1106 NE Tenth Place.SATURDAY .
voice choked
himself In an Inner At ".
wonderful little buddy he Is and operational plans
wouldno marriage of their October II
with boy
to teach things,I for the will be outlined.
going so many football with year daughter, Miss Yvonne loretta
share such fun with and be soonervlosa a afternoon Highlight of the programwill JourtelL. to Morris Michael Davis Brunch feting Miss Fran- ? the store to shop
me on a Saturday
so proud of." then he would dance the minuet be a film depicting the son of Mr. and Mrs. RufusMaxwell ces Dabney Jones, fianceeof .
All Is fine for a while for many services and activitiesof 'Davis of Alachua. Donald Moore Giles of en: OUR COMPUTE UN* or Ptppturrc
with his mother at garden
many years. They boy grows cotillion. He's got to the auxiliary.Mrs. The bride-elect Is employedas Va., Miss MIl- 'a Ptrsanalized STATIONERY
to be eight, ten, 12, H party Carl Van Arnam, Lynchburg
up at Fort Leavenworth -
In his hot rod, a clerk lyplst Inn. INFORMALS
and then rebellion., be off with Pete chairman of the Auxiliary'sNursing BaJe dred Griffith, Holiday -IF CALLING CARDS -

The teen age breach develops or stand down which at draws the the hamburger kids like i Scholarship eommlt- The .Army bridegroom-elect Is ita- Dinner honoring Miss Frances WEDDING ft PARTY INVITATIONSMo".l

: father, and ,son conflict: iron filings to a magnet or up tee will present the alms' Mdencouraging : fumed" with the U. S. Army at Dabney Jones, bride MATCHES ft NAPKINS

rivalries, rejection. his room behind a closed needs of yofiif Jtyrt,Leavenworth. elect of Donald Moore Giles
Can love survive the Onslaught women to enter the "- f 'Vs, 8 30
door listening to records. :-V Tjw wedding win be an event of Lynchburg : a.m. OFFICE
? "Boy how I've tried to get profession. ,* of October II at St. J I hII s Mr. and Mrs. Burton M. CHESNUT
The father son crisis was Reservations must be'made Kan. Woodward and their daughter
him to do things with me. How Lutheran Church, Eason, J
dramatized for me but summer by October 19 with members Watson; CO. Inc.
him to
I've tried to get a ,
on a boating trip to MOD- of the telephone committee, and Mr. Watson at the
task, New York. Hardly had few and go hours bowling from with his busy his Dad world, or which Is headed by Mrs. William St. Michael's I Woodward home,, 11M West 106 W. University FR 2-8421

my boat wife at the and marina I tied up than our a go to a football game or go Ice- Chairman Wilson.for the luncheon- St. Michael's Women of the .Mla. Yvoine- Lerette JenncD University Avenue. .

beaming father came skating. No such luck. And talk meeting will be Mrs. Robert Church will meet Wednesday at

along the young dock with his 8-year- to him Hey there, Mister who Treweek who beads the social I p.m. at the church rather than I FALL FASHION BUYS
old son. The boy was holding wrote the book I you'dcome committee. Tuesday. ,

a bluefish, about three and- usual to our fee house) and anytime get that(at

a-half pounds. The father had your of mine to talk to me!" I I
a smile so broad he could have Calendar .Of Events
pasted for a Hallowe'en pumpkin In has truth been the played"rejected to a child"bit fare- r for GIRLS
and though I said
thee-well in recent It Is
was walking along'the dock, years. 'TODAY, October I Mrs. Fred Winston, Miss I
time to a little attention to .
It might have been more accurate rejected pay Dad. Gainesville Woman's Glut I ,I Charlotte Dunn, 403 NW 23rd and BOYS -
to say he was floating Opening Reception 3 to S Drive.

along about two feet above One of the things a father p.m., Clubhouse, West University Gainesville Bridge Club,
the planks. wants Is a little respect. He's Avenue. I Open Teams Club Championship at

Really Frond worked lo, these many years to Williston Woman's Club ,, I 7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn. 0 Sweater-weather will be any day prepare for their
"He caught'itf My IOn! His bring Junior up from rompers, 330: p.m., Clubhouse. : Gainesville Woman's Club,
first bluefish Isn't It terrific and can you blame him if he'd International Women's Club, General Meeting, '.30 am, cooler weather needs.

!" effused'the father like the young fellow\ now that 8 p.m., University Women's -Clubhouse. Now-choose from a large selection.
Even though we were"perfect he all of IS years old, to lookup Clubhouse, West. NewberryRoad. I ,
strangers' he went on to de to Dad, just a little bit? r In Belks-Children/ Dept.

scribe evel')'.detail of tbe I But no. "Our youth. have Women of the Moose,I p.m., Dames Group
boy's catch; stressing that the contempt for authority disrespect Moose Lodge.
lad did every bit of It himself for older people They no Great Books Discussion Will Meet I rt

Well he was that proud. longer rise when their elders Group I p.m., Gainesville
Later that day we were sitting enter the room.They contradict Public Library. Rev Thsxton Springfield ..

along a sandy strip with their parents." Pilot Club Board Meeting, pastor of University Methodist
another father. This one had a Well It so happens Dad at the home of Virginia Morgan. Church' will be guest
drawn face. There was burl those words were written by a speaker for the UF Architect

and discouragement In his jentleman named Socrates, In Gainesville Bridge Club ture and FIne Arts Dames

eyes. He was talking .about the Fifth Century BC. 7:30: p.m, Recreation Center, Tuesday at 730: pn. "Prob N
his li-year-old son. University Women's CI I ub lens of Student Wives" will
Perennial ProblemsWell
"He's lost to me. We'restrangersworse Board Meeting, 1:30: am., be discussion topic. f.Bulky 1
than stran- I then, are we to say It
I be held .
Outhouse The meeting Is to
and let it at
enemies. Don'task was ever thus go \
gers. We're October 1 Women's
me how it happened because 'that?One father to whom I read TUESDAY LUtlewood PTA 7:30 p.m., at Club the, West University Newberry Road. Shetland or Flat Knit .

I don't know. Ho usedto the quote said, "All right Ill Littlewood School earetorlum.I "
be my boy, my son. Then agree that It was ever thus Gainesville Camellia Society Pullover & Cardigan Sweaters
all of a sudden It seemed he But the trouble is that nowadays I Music
I Howard Bishop I
it Is more thus than It p.m.
didn't want anything more to Junior High School.Merryateppers '
do with me.' When I tried to used to be." Square Danc< Teachers 2.99o6.99

talk with him be had nothing Most of life's problems are Dub, 8 p.m., City Recreation
to say.. He seemed to regard perennial. And the seriousness Center. MeetThe. I
me as some kind of untouch of them undulate In one era University of Florida Archi -d' 6

able...Almost anything I said, a little more serious In another tecture and Fine Arts Damn, Gainesville Music TeacII-1 1 100% Orlon Acrylic. 10 soft Or lightweight yet '
he'd take the opposite position.His era a little less serious and 7:30: p.m., University Wom .r.' Association will comfy worm to launder Big color and style as'y t
whole life is outsiders now. In some eras very serious en's Club, West Newberry Wednesday at 8 p.m., at the sortment some with Dickie Included 'In 3-6 sixes ,
He seems to listen,to nobodybut Where respect for elders and Road. home of Mrs. Delbert Sterrett, .
the other kids. And if I looking up to fathers concerned B'nal Isreal Sister boo', 2110 NW Sth Court. I
can judge by the results, an perhaps Socrates will for- Education
Board Meeting, I p.m., Miss Doris Schmidt and Mrs.
they seem to be telling"I' him live us if we state that this 11In Center. Helen Davies will lead a din
b. 'Hate your father' era where the problem is Forestry Wives Club S p.m. cussion on theory.

That Is what the mm said. quite serious. Mrs. Charles GelU. 1J21: NW Mrs. Sterrett will be the performing
And so we met two fathers It seems to be "in" to view 7th Avenue. artist She will sing

that day at.Montauk.. And I Father as a square His jokes WEDNESDAY October 7 'Qusndo Amor" by Alessandro

knew that .with variations on are not to be laughed at, his Chapter I, PEO, It '.m. Scarlatti and "Five Vignettes"by !
the theme, each of them clothes are to be laughed at, Alec Rowley. These are the

spoke tbe hearts of thousands I and his ideas are to be regardid selections she will sing at FlorIda
of fathers. as the obtuseness of some Pi Phi Alums State Music Teachers' state

Needs Advice, But kind of a fink. meeting to be held In Novemberin

I Let's see what happens during "Do these kids belong to s a List Meeting St. Petersburg She will represent
those teen years when lit Hat Father Club?" one Dad this district In the private "I
tie,Buddy the apple of Dad'ieye demanded. "They seem to haveno PI Beta Phi Alumnae Club music teachers' recital, I
seems to turn into a sullen will hold its fall meeting at _
use for us. Would they like and will be acompanled by
and sometimes surly, us exterminated" the home of Mrs. John P.. Delbert Sterrett. '

stranger. when. Certainly not They need Dad Feaster 17M SW 37th Place, Mrs. Ruth Dobbins Smith hu
'These are the years very much at allowance time. Wednesday at I p.m. recently been selected placement :
Buddy Is encountering new sit No, the fact is that all this behavior Mrs. Phillip Ward who attended chairman. Ito win assist ,
nations, more like grownup needwhale alt and all these attitudes the PI Beta Phi Settlement parents In finding teachers for
nations and be seems to are par for the course.PartefCfowtocUp. School Summer Workshop their children.
You'dthink I
I ale lot of advice.
a will speak and presenta Alan
Co-hostesses wlO be Mrs
he's have the good sense II I
Older film on the workshop acti Conger and Mrs. William Nash BOYS SWEATERS
to come to DId for advice. That old buddy relationship vities.

people customarily seek advice has got to go Dad can't expect Phi Alumnae .
All PI Beta
when they encounter an unfamiliar to take his little pal by the and active members are Invited I I SLIP.OYIRS fr CARDIGAN

problem. Dad hlsnsell hand to pick wildflowers together to attend. If trsmportatlen I *.fJ 1U "Nehy
seeks advice quite often- from ad Infinitum. The boy Is needed alumnae I 2.99-5.99

friends, lawyes, business associates must grow up and eventally go should I can Mrs. J. W. ; cuaHbu/
I and certainly from his own way. In the teen years NEW CORDUROY

I Mora. But not Buddy. Oh) no, he ha Is trying Independence on Shands. : 100% ORLON-ACRYLIC. IN SOLID COlORS ..
doesn't need IitI'adn:& H for slie. And it Isn't that ..'. PATTERNS SIZES 37. '
knows everything about etrytbinf. .. too big. for bis britches; his M w.. Co "liar 1.Mk AND NOVELTY. .
I .,At least thst's hew britches are too big for him. the) shoes with CLEAN UP FORCOOLWIATHER SLIM JIM SETS

! It comes through to Dad.mlgW I "... TInt Ito Tuck gwkea4POPULAR
My"Well don't you ..., .the This Is sometimes called "the
wants to convince' authority conflict. A psychiatrist ,3.99..4 99
bMsetf youngster that hale grown sp lie: friend said to me "One of round throat M- W rt. *.fi. hn g.itK In life :
the moat difficult things ,
stand on his wn feet .... ,
wants to keel a real beauty rid ssl "" httldi"
love and pump
is is to learn to accept
and this a know-lt-all brace to hold posture pier up. authority from the same tnm toe lei heel lotwctUofwflndorfilfM. a ter .eo.ch a cold .......,. 51111 T-LACK' .. All ftw girls com out to ploy In "Mm B" :
simply source." The Infant dem an d s coonfortoble cotton corduroyt sturdy '
IIreally end
seriously t lop-
It 19'1 tint to com
take so (
I Don't anything." love unlimited and squawks i iI COORDINATES wothoble and drip-dry, '001! The w.ll-cuf
in doesn't Dad's mind mean the reply to when) be to denied anything at I so,. out .*
And : "Doesnt an. even matches to play With. ...?.n cltmmi That to, cfnf com in o variety of colorful prints., Newest
already phrased that of all/ th. long-sle, .ved. button-down collar
anything, eh? You should But growing up requires if **>', have du".
c reu
mean 7 14
with him for a weekor we accept the taw which !limits LACKBOB'S blooms In cotton oxford! All In sires It
try living" ss well as'the love which I, c'-4' "foot *.. bit and 3-6x.
For two guidance, Dad may turn indulges the love which aye'no" So"q. In vfckh CM* they'llpwwtf I Midwol corduroy, oxford blouse . 4.99Pinwol
as wen as the love which 3 99 blouse .. .. 399BL ;
to a book ot child. enter rod a lo put corduroy ) ., :
I are to will says :
And there :
read all about "rejected eh* As soy parent knows, the si.Ilick lot ..... TO
and how fee real trouble moat comforting words.. the $59rC..Ini CHILDREN'S WEAR
dre "
I dent am CngBsk hfujuatw, whoa child- YWH fad *..., In egcce- 110
is that pare* lust 5.99
the poor kids enough I tor* Come rearing proMesna arise, are. Hen tl *. soon,, ..'.e md

on !now the book eihsrts. .. "It's tost a phase." And smart so as ttto. ,..eons ...-***""*M M*. COMPLETE SIT
some ton !. year bey! Dad. If jsoTt as
give Brig IMM. leotbt" and practice ,rot thick y. are yew will sit c_ of *. -let. Awee ye/

some forward...* with lit*, hold yew tire sad sweat M,. w a.w ..... If sS gold r
him to the backyard!.Set aside tent. 'ROM OUt TOT
'Mafc IMtor sad das.s> --.
a few hours a week liar (roar MAKBI +
bode tars a TIll of twee '
son don't yea test tv.....i yew dotan Wit
a..sp-- and ask ,ewt si rte' **. shirt. ....IC-M k ....
$tairtLLg ieces u csw a
Twias. ye/w eery a. IW4. n--.; Twill wMO 'e .CiOOIdinottt .I" seemwSTar
corduroytewmd .
or long-wear t '
with .,ipel. I.
CAUCH MsG tHIM TO up .. *r
we :Ilaw'ssliiwi iMJ' tow ,,
/w. Tows.. ....... SeVS CUANfftSIMfWM8l.ft.m4IM \, UYAWAt iff"i '
t-l CNAMI-
"CLARA'SEAUTY H 0 f )T CJ k ,tttttpnr Ca6 ... c-, j 'Miler 1h4Ht,
l/titin' ti AAtI.: : t.*

*Lea,Ott fr4W .

: J 1

: : _





JII.Ga..III._ Sun Monday; October 5.: 1944

; a BUSINESS '. MARKET I For Trio.DeerPoaching Nabbed-


.. I -1!

:Expressway FLASHES I Morning I
f MARKETNEW D ,berry brother and their father
were arrested Saturday night
N. Y. '
In Tampa Listing I by state wildlife officers and
YORK (AP) ,Industrial -Sept..: 28. Allis dial 22% IntNIck 85% /K 0r '*. charged with taking deer, durI -

issues penetrated record The Associated Press aver Alcoa 84 IntPap 36% i log closed season. \"
Opening Up high ground as the stock market age of 60 stocks at noon was up AmAlr "% Jones&L 85 c -
The Identified
rallied early this afternoon 1.0 at 327.0 which was above AmCan 44% Kats Al 33% I Sanchez men as James Lloyd x

TAMPA (AP) -Gov. Farris,on news that General Motors the record closing high of 32U AmCyan 60% Ken'cott 83 Sanchez,Jr.Floyd and Sanchez James Sanchez (

'Bryant and all top road department and the United. Auto Workers made Sept 1. AmMot 17% Ug&My 84% Sr., were arrested after Fresh
had reached tentative Ford, American Motors and AT&T .1
officials C9% loch'd 37% '
are to formally agree-I 3 , open Tampa's new $40 million I ment, paving the way Studebaker added fractions., I II AraTob 34% Lorlllard 44% mission officers stopped a car'

expressway today as the first end of the GM strike. I U.S.i, Steel ran up more thana AmpxCp 17% Mag'voi 28% : driving toward Newberry Saturday .
vent In a tour-day observance GM, up about 2, and Chrysler point Bethelehem and Republic Anaconda .55% MplsHon 124% r i. afternoon.
National Highway Week. ahead nearly a point, were : Steel gained nearly a point ,Armour 49% MM&M 57%
1 traded vigorously as volume each. Lukens Steel spurted 3. ACL 78. Mohasco 15% The car, a green and white
Hie 13 mile expressway, [swelled across the'board. Kennecott lalned a point and Babcock' 38 Mona'to 84% Ford, was halted on Information -

which la Tampa's part of Inter Steels, motors, rubbers, coppers Anaconda about a point and a. B&O: 41% MontWd 40% tecelved from an unidentified
state 4, arrows across the heart BethStl 41% NatDalr 81% source.: A check of the vehicle -
rails, chemicals, oils, retails half. Cerro Corp. whose copper
.of-th. city to allow high-speed electronic and electrical resources lie In Peru, spurted Boeing 66% NatDist 27% revealed-blood and, ,hair
automobile travel through the In"the trunk:
the than 2 Borden 77 N.AmAv 49%
equipments were among more making a new
heavily urbanized section. advancing groups.Coppers high. Brunswk I'% Penney 59% (Stiff Mo* k. tMK Owta

LJk. other Interstate hlghnways bad .the added incentive IBM and Eastman CaterTr 37 PRR 39 Floyd Sanchez, driver of the
,. It goes over or under local Celanese 88% PepCola 58% Officers Examine Poachers' Haul c.r. took officers to his father'shome
of news that Chile Is were down about a point
: roads and motorists Chrysler 62% PhilMor 79 where they asked for and
.. traffic presents raising the export price for cop- Prices were generally higherIn I: CocaCola 135 PhlllPet 53%% (Left to right) Dave Starling, E. J. Wood and D. M. Mathewson, look at received the recently killed
;with no lights or cross-
Jags! per by 21% cents a pound. moderate trading on the ComEd 54% RCA 32% what'a left of a: deer killed by Newberry poachers Saturday. deer. '
The Dow Jones Industrial average American Stock Exchange. ,
""f-t which starts In St Petersburg at noon was up 4.50 at Corporate bonds were mixed ConEdis 95% RepStl 49%I Vote The three brothers were

and cross Tampa as the ,877.19, topping the previous U.S. government bonds continued DowChe Con Can 48 74%% ReyTob 43 32%'. Registrants U. S. Farm charged with taking deer during -
to Orlando StRegP closed ,season (the season
expressway, goes on closing record of 175.46 made a slight downward drift., ,
and I Daytona Beach where it I duPont 272 Seaboard 54% doesn't open until Nor. 1).' and
end It is open to traffic almost EAL 32% Sears 123% Bureau Chief 11Jep1. possession of a deer.
all the way. Southern FarmMarket E.Kodak 130% Sinclair 48% Beat Deadline.Large Their father wu charged only
built Firestone 44% Socony 84% with the latter offense
1-79 Is being down to FlaPw 51% SouthnC 64% .
I : Tampa from central Florida FlaPtL 83 StBrand 75% numbers of' new' registrants 'The registration supervisorsaid Due at UF An were freed on $300 bond.

: and when it ties In with the ex- Summary$16totl650'andNashville Ford 58 StONJ 87% lined up to beat Satu she could not estimate the Officers participating In the

psessway here it will deliver ,. FrmstDa 13% Studebak 6% I day's 9 p. m voter registr number of new registrations but Charles B. Shuman, presidentof case included Dave Starling ,
travelers to Tamos Bar fromnorthern "' '' ) FreptSuI 42% Swift 53% I tlon deadline, Registration Supervisor noted that several days ago Secretary the 1,500,000-member American E. J. Wood and D. M..Matbew- I
and mWwestern states. ATLANTA, 'tfa: -'' Heavy cattle ; FruehTr 33% Texaco 84% Mrs. Alma Bethea slid of State Tom Adams issued Farm Bureau, largest farm ion.

133:is open through much ofGgorgia and calf marketing in the Thursday, $16.SO to $17. GenDyn 38% Thlokol 13% this morning a survey showing approximately organization In the nation will I
and u far south as South and Midwest last week At 20 Georgia cattle auctions GenEl 89% UCarb 129% "I anticipated a great number 20,000 persons were clip be In Gainesville Friday to Violence

Wildwood in Florida.Construction left cattle prices steady to weak, last week Standard grassfed Gen Fds 89% UrrttAlrc 58% if new voters, but the crowd we gible- to register in A1 a c h u a dress an economics seminar at : ..

r of the Tampa while hog prices showed uneven slaughter steers weighing from GenMllls 44 UnFrult 20% had was really unexpected," County."I the University of Florida.He Prob d In ,
,, )Utpressway began In 1958, but]declines fdora 23 cents to $1 a 700 tot//IOCIO pounds sold In s GenMtrs 100% US Steel 62% Mrs. Bethea said think we made a big head I win speak on "Alternate -
I' most of the work was done In hundred pounds, the U. S. Department range of$15 to $19. These prices Goodrich 58 UnlvMat 15% way In registering a numberof Methods of Adjusting Agricultural .

,i the last three years. of Agriculture reporl were steady to weak, as compared Goodyr 47 WestgEl 39% In these people," Mrs. Bethea Supply to Demands" st Vicksburg--- -
"The formal dedication also ed.Cattle I with the previous week. I Greyhnd 23% WinnDIx 38% I said. "Sometimes it seemed the seminar which starts at 3p. ,
marked the start of a four-day; arrivals last week at 12 Twenty-seven Florida auctions GulfOll Ht% Woolwth 29% like all 20,000 were coming in." m. In McCarty Hall. VICKSBURG Miss (AP) -

tour by newsmen to view part, principal markets, mainly lathe moved Good feeder steers, of IntHarr 83% A substantial number of the Shuman\ will be In Florida to Federal and state officials
'Midwest totaled nearly 480 to 750 pounds In a rangeof new registrations were Negroes address the annual meeting of i pressed their Investigations
of Florida's highway system 243,000 head. This volume was $19.80 to $18.50. These prices I CapitolWASHINGTON : Mrs, Bethea said. She said this the Polk County Farm Bureau today of the bombing of a Vkks-
The tours, held every two yearsgive Kynes SaysHe'll burg building and two snotam
In Winter !
the Haven.
officials to largest for any'week since were steady to 50 cents lower I interest was evidence of the ef- His aroear-
an opportunity (mid-July and the second Urges than the' week before. ". .' [orb of a number of ante at the UF was arrangedby blasts fired into a Meridian

point with pride to their Administration accomplishments. volume this year. Slaughter cows ,at, Montgomery Join Fight (AP) Press, local!, state and national groups levels on Dr. E. T. York, provost for home, both used as headquarters .

The Bryant Carlot wholesale beef prices auctions sold steady to 25 dent Johnson expects to meet to encourage Negroes to register agriculture at the UP. for civil rights activities
will leave office at Chicago ranged steady to 10 cents.higher last week, as Utility For Tobacco fairly soon with Soviet Premier and vote. As president of the American 'The FBI moved to sift the
earfr! next January. cents lower for most steer and' grade brought $10.SO to Mrs. Bethea said she will Issue Farm Bureau Federation, Shu- ruins of the Vlcksborg"freedom
MaID emphasis of this tour heifer beef, and 25 to 75 cents 1370. TALLAHASSEE!: AP-) Atty. Khrushchev, but his top lieutenant the official registration report man represents three out of four school" damaged by an apparent -
win be on the great urban expressways lower for cow beef. Fresh fruits and vegetables Gen. James Kynes says he plansto In the Senate takes a dim for the Nov. 3 election withIn organized farmers In the United dynamite bomb to me pre

and newsmen will Broiler prices In Southeastern from southeastern shipping I help Florida farmers fightingthe view of summitry. 10 days. The report is due in States. These Include the 33,000 dawn hours Sunday. .
view those here and In Orlando. states declined last week mostly points declined' In 'volume last federal government's plan to Some spadework Is necessary the Secretary of State's officeat families who are members of Two Negroes, Bessie Brown
Miami and Jacksonville, as well one cent a pound and by Friday week,but cabbage supplies were reduce the ,acreage allotments before such a confrontation that time. the Florida Farm Bureau Federation and her 2-month-old grandson,
as tome' of.the fcur-lanlng on were at a level of mostly 12* somewhat heavier. ; ,of Type 14 flue-cured tobacco. I "would have significance," Sen. In May there were 20,267 voters In 64 counties were slightly injured ta the
major primary highway cents a pound at farm In spite I'' Pole beans sold at $3 to $4 50 The reduction will Mike Mansfield of Montana said registered in the county blast

(Late today Bryant will formally of a Just fair demand for a bushel at the Atlanta Farm- Florida citizens "from partlC1-1 Sunday night on Radio Press There were 24,185 Democrats, Irish HoldPeaceful Agents also were dispatched
'open to traffic the last ready-to-cook fryers, supplies of era Market, and North Carolina paling In one of the International's "From the People ,770 Republicans .and 302 Independents to Meridian directly across
fonr-lanlng project on U.L1 In live birds were cleared closely pole beans brought $.75 to $4 25 crops In Florida agriculture .- Rally the state to the east M after IJ
and ta instances',w etc bushel at the Lou I I shots entered a hedrMBi window .
SSart,' where a.J6-mlleo dJobaod some a a- which provides farmers with a Work on the ambassador level -
a neat bridge over the short of processors' aeeds.Ew yule Produce Terminaland profit," Kynes said.The : --- ---- should precede any summit BELFAST, Northern 'IrelandAP of alJome.ftri'no
.: price*,were-lireguJar I kTomato (wdependlng on size meeting, the Senate Negroes Fight Injuries.
St Lode Rive? ih'belnt'cotftmil proposed 10 per cent reduction Democratic ( ) Police stood by Sunday
mostly lower-for large size and condition went at $1.50 to I
would force some farmers leader said, "to see what can be and didn't Interfere '
10 000
dosing prices Friday at $2 20-pound carton at the Jacked Prices -
representative a' done
work provides a multleu !-, out of business entirely, the way of an accommodation Irish I nationalists paraded In .
-. highway from the Georgia, southeastern centersfor Birmingham Farmers Market, Kynes said. -If there Is a possibility downtown Belfast during
:J&aTto Florida City south of Ml most consumer grade A and fair quality North Carolina ,He will appear ta the U.S. of really doing something BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) election rally. LIVE
*. miles large eggs in cartons in ,sales tomatoes brought $250 a 20- Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals which will be beneficial" Five Negroes have asked a U.S.
distance of 416
gfl, A to retailers were: Atlanta 44% pound carton at Louisville. District Court to enjoin a Bruns. There was no violence In co, '
today as a friend of the
..T41au' laning began more court trast to four BESTYEARS
to 41 cents; Birmingham, 41% Sweet potatoes ranged $250 Kynes said. The court will co nWASHINGTON: (AP) Presl.t. with restaurant from violating previous nights of THE
tHg-: years ago. to 44 cents; Jackson, 45 to 45V* to $3.79 a bushel at Atlanta, alder a district court decision dent Johnson announced Satur, customers' civil rights by tinposing rioting that left 70 Injured In the
cents; Jscksonvllle, 46 cents; according to variety and qual- day high prices. West Belfast area, which Is OF
which ruled the U.S. Agriculture a unique fellowship 'J,
and North Carolina points, 46 ]ty, while U. S. No. 1 sweet potatoes to program heavily populated with Roman
Jesuits'Head to 41 cents. told at $3.79 to $4 a 50- Department couldn't make the give 15 young men or, The Negroes, contending thai Catholics. The majority i of ,
acreage reduction. women, aged 23 to 35, workingmowledge the restaurant deprived them of Northern Ireland's YOUR LIFE
Closing bog prices Friday pound crate at Louisville Field- population Is
Dies'' leading southern markets for run ...... potatoes moved .t Gone of the executivedepartment. the full enjoyment of their civil Protestant.The .
-; most U. S. 1 to 3 butchers $3 to.IS,, a' bushel basket .t rights, charged that the establishment Republicans are contestIng IN A NEW

""38B1CAN CITY (AP) JeanBatiste weighing ISO to 240 pounds, by Birmingham.At Philip H. Howart, Box 840 They win receive a base salary had imposed the high 10 of 12 seats In the British
,- Janssens 27th general markets were: Georgia-Florida- Atlanta, 'North Carolina Murphree. Han, University of of $7,500 to 12.000 plus additional prices when they.sought service House of Commons. The Repub. HOME.
::e-4M Society of Jesus Jesuits Alabama major packing plants, round :. type cabbage went at Florida,. reported Sunday to amounts to take care July 26They licans want Northern Ireland'ssix .
'''''y. ,$1629 to 116.M; North Georgia '1.75'to 62 a 86-pound bag andraypack Gainesville police his $125 watch of family responsibilities, and said they were charged counties to join the Irish
.." -Tta Belgian leader of Roman packing plants and buying i bushel cartons of U. S was missing from his unlocked serve 15 months In Washington the following prices for break- Free State's 26 counties: to the .

( liIi Uclam'. largest order wasTCJe points Ill.M to f 17; Louisville, Fancy Delicious apples sold .t auto, parked Saturday night be- Four of the fellows win be on: fast. south.. / .I9141 '
mostly 116; Memphis Thursday, 53.50 to ".IS. hind Long's Cafeteria. the White House staff and one In
had ltd the Jesuits for 18
I ,.... .f
the vice president's office. The One scrambled egg, with I I Other stares
years.: 10 others each will be assignedto 'ham, toast and coffee, $5.IS. PartiesOn M. .l.

braID Father stroke Janssens last Wednesday.suffered s Today In History/ Cabinet. member. (sausage Two ,scrambled toast and coffee eggs, $6 with 22. the Ballot Still Aw.ilebs'.

The Jesuit order was founded The program Is supported by WASHINGTON Turn Right On N.W.:
Ham. toast and coffee $413 (AP) -If
In 1931, the first transPacific you i4th St. ot2.Ax.
In 1531 It defends and a Carnegie Foundation .NW.
promotes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS granLAppUcltions Hot cakes, sausage and coffee don't like Lyndon B. Johnson or
the:: Roman Catholic faith non-stop flight was made by and Inquiries $4.07.The Barry Goldwater. how about E
through preaching, schools, the Today Is Monday Oct. S, the/Clyde Pangborn and Hugh should be made to the Commission Harold Mum, Eric Hass
preis end other activities. 279th day of 1964. There are .7 Herndon Jr. on White House Fellows, plaintiffs also asked that Clifton Deberry
dan left In the v ar. In 1951 the New York Van- the White House, Washington.The they be refunded a portion of .
ToCihlililli"tln history: kees became the first baseball program begins about June their breakfast bill. They're running for president,
Poland Needs On this date In 1813, the grea club to win five consecutive 1, IMS. too.Munn -
Indian chief, 'Tecumseh, .wa world championships, defeating I Hass and Deberry are
Bounty ,Hunters Drives Car the presidential candidates
killed In the Battle of the the Brooklyn Dodgers. AP
WARSAW, Poland (AP) Thames, Canada, while 'aiding ( The the Prohibition party, the Socialist
Poland could use aome good the British against the United Ten years ago-Italy and Yugoslavia American Society of Newspaper: Into Billboard Labor party and the Socialist CAINESVILLIASSOCIATION

bounty hunters to \ cope with States The. Shawnee .chief Is Initialed an agreement Editors has set Oct 17 for a Workers party respectively.
J bands of sheep-killing wolves" in noted in history for his statesmanship In London, ending their nine- conference of news media representatives Jennifer Sue Shadrlck, 218 Each will be on the Nov. -
the country's southern moun- in trying to unite all year dispute over the free territory to discuss: criticism NW 39th Lane, was cited for 3 ballot ta at least eight states.
:': false Indian tribes In defense for of Trieste, each- getting a ta the Warren Commission report careless driving by Gainesville In 1910 the scaHed minor OF

.'. The stale Insurance their lands against the white Wined ions of news coverage of the police Saturday night after her parties received 2U2M votes,
company settlers Five yeanuThe U.N. Caneral assassination of President JohnF. car left SW 13th St., crossed a or fewer than half of 1 per cent: HOME BUILDERS
.; reported Saturday that more Oa this date Assembly was debating the Kennedy.The ditch, missed a tree and ram- of the total of 88.8 million
thai 100 sheep were killed
by I dispute over the United Arab med
through a billboard -
In 1818, Connecticut
I wolves this summer. Lynxes adopted Republic blockade ef Israeli report was particularly
Damage to the car was estimated
else killed a number of sheep in a Its state constitution to replace. shipping through. the Sues 4-H Honors critical of the confusion in the at $1.000
: the area. royal charter. Canal basement of the Dallas City
In 1830, Cheater A. Arthur the Mi s s Shadrlck was treated
.I Indemnities The; company said It paid 21st president, was born at,Un- One year ago. -Three American Betty Block, 17. emUeatef Oswald Hall during was shot which by Lee Jack Harvey and released at Alachua General r
to Ruby.
owners of the Hospital.
: lon, Vt newsmen .wen beaten by the GUckrM Crusty 4-H WIC .IIOIIeJ
sheep but that It
had not re- In 1910 St. Patrick's Cathedral ,South Vietnamese police alter Cub Ctaacll, has beta sunned
: cetred a single claim for a In New York wu ccI: Moo ,a Buddhist nook bunted himself by her flew Cwucll members
: bounty for a wolf pelt crated. to death on Saigon street! as GUchrbt 4-Her el the -r EAVES needs lIIilllt

) meat! ef September. Betty bIke
Bidi' daughter el Mr. east Mrs. biirs I
Sought ... IIn1'lllIJ
: Gieat.newtaste : Henry BUfck! aad a sealer. at SETTINGPAUBEKD /f n.1fC
; TretI... High IcaeeLTOILET ,
..: ? ............ t ,
!jjipe tobacco
:; (AP) Bids''' -eMM.q- .
have beta eaOea lor Nov. 3 on .r 1IfC. GuS nrwW W tt4 w wcute. ,

': construct**'* One building oar I Laeae..... ta.. .......... ..... ..... ,
In a filtercigarette additions at 'KacDOl Air Force aMid ee a... ..................a Ore ag eeilaLerl

F But at Tampa, They are expected I doutwr. MM, ipxhr ote and .-.. pints con .... ...,.. ..... .........,. "... "" i
nneaaeeawesocao t t* .cost .wad of MI MW pallet lei In itaxt Nut. FPCi awe ......II ......... ....... I '
!' __ $ J dlalrkt'Army BHB Cfli ..vn Motional. MMiov W OMF war ojMMpyFIR
CoL N..L ,Parfltt. I Owe mind m.an answss spr ..... a ..elK r !
on. said one of Cwitmcmree ww.a6a.tr e.eti .oar ......eat carp Ie"'w w I .. "--
IS be> Yes by to ..wale s o..... y tf .r..... e.AG........ ..... ...... 1 .
... .... .
foot addKta ft the aircraft:
calsVarlns shelter.EarlC. -
Vet get ........arena-.* s vest weapons ,."J"j.
aew .Me I The ssoetT His facM .MkAatKfaal .:: -

bttf-laellaf puff tabtccluMea *- .MayA .................. it .
Haetaad Half sSseaa sew Half TANK 1ALLTiU \& .4 ,.w -l/e.: : -

apse BXIYNrelpretr.Itlaati TW ;:: "'"..........rata............ 3726tS1 W
A_ e..nee a. ... d ess .... e..... UMvmlry Av*. Isrf Raw '
a+al K.+ a..n.. '''.Jo.IS1. a*suMsvaasr i .., -..... ...... .....1

?\ \ # i V .

.... .... .
+seMR T-T reas rso 7---- :- n- e. r '---.... :.':..:.


1"- 1

! I'I Wallace'i : I Camel I Society To Meet'sSecond
1lIither And Yon News of I
: 'II Special Interest day to meeting of the season In January.At .

..,., of the of the Gainesville Camel the September meeting
., Ennle lia Society Is scheduled Tuesday 25 members and guests
By RUTH WEIMER |To the Colored was heard a talk on "Plant Grow
. i CommunityANNOUNCEMENT proved. at I p.m. in the Howard th Regulators" given by Dr.
travelers to far Bishop Junior High School
away lands cbntlnue to come and go. several Tom Sheehan.
Among those just back from abroad are Mr. aid Mrs. Rip- Membership in the organisation \ Each year, the society

fey Bullet, who spent the greater part of two months In the age Committee will meet today, NOTICEThe Mn. beaded by M. L Shea, schedules: a summer picnic.
Scandinavian countries Ripley worked on a grant from the St. Paul C. M. E. Church I p.m.; the Children's Choir i Girls Scouts' chairman ua, a Is open to anyone interestedin Last year's event took placeat

, American Philosophical Society at the Danish museum In and pastor wish to invite ail of will rehearse Wednesday, 4:30 Mrs. Kinsey Is Alachua raising camellias. the Cowpen Lake home of .
Copenhagen doing research on the Caribbean. Then, he and their friends to be present In p.m.; the Youth Choir will rehearse other leaders In the requesting Scout all System, Plans are now underwayfor Mr. and Mrs. H. L Janes
Adelaide new to Moscow to attend the International Anthropologies their pastor's appreciation r Thursday, 7:30: program ville the annual Camellia l l with M membera and their
p.m.; to attend
meeting In Moscow where 2,500 delegates as ![serviej which will begin Tuesday the Board of Education and the Carver's Library a meeting on Tuesday at Mrs. Show, which will take place families attending.

aembled. Oct. -U each day at I Church School Staff will meet at I p.m. who bas
After that p.m. The services are as follows Friday, 7:30 p.m.: and Our
meeting, the Bullets went to Spain to attend the for the
International Congress of the Americanists held In Barcelona, : 'Homecoming" rally will be SPECTA LNOTICE day for ll'nx"'I At hlo"
Madrid, and Seville. For the MO members of this Congress Tuesday, the Steward and held Sunday. Oct. 25, Rev. WilLiam I
the Spanish Stewardesses will spo n s o r; M. Ferguson pastor. An members of the Female Mrs.
govenment provided a special train as tnnsportatton -
through the country. Thursday, the choir and Usher Protective Convention's Choir ness t. the store to shop
Board will sponsor; Friday, the 'MEMORIAL SERVICESThe asked to meet at the Greater cently.
Perhaps the most Important stop on' the trip was In Cairo Sunday School and C. Y. F. will Elks's Memorial Services FL Clark Baptist Church today .CK: OUR COMPLETE: LINE Of PKPPCftlTK
for a visit with their son, Pierce, Us wife, the former HeteaeFenandet sponsor. The Rev. White and will be held at the Sorlnc .t I p.m. Personalized STATIONERY ,
and their children including: their youngest grandson his congregation wKh Choir No. Hill I Baptist Church Sunday,
Philip Anthony, who was born September 1 1 will be in charge. Tuesday, Oct. II, at 1:30: p.m. _on" CALUNO CARDS INFORMALS
Greather Bethel A. M. E. Inchug. All Elks are asked to report PERSONALSMrs. WEDDING a PARTY INVITATIONS
While in Cairo, the travelers had chance travel
a to to .. Rev. W. M. Ferguson
Luxor and see the countryside. En route home, the Bullens and his congregation with Mariah Childs, a teach.' Funeral
the Bullets flew to Washington for a quick visit with their choir will be in charge Jointly. ANNIVERSARYThe er in the Wllllston public school set, a

son, Dana Sunday, there will be an after Uniform Company Lodge System was visiting in Gainesville Dr. L B. I CHESNUT OFFICE
'service. Mt. Pleasant Methodist ville well
No. 113 will celebrate Its anniversary recently.
Church will be in charge. Monday tomorrow Oct. I, at I held at
there will be a Baby Con p.m. at the Shady Grove Prim Miss Mary H. Long and Miss He died ,
Dr. and Mn. Thomas F. Neweemb are remembering the test and fellowship service itive Baptist Church. Hattie Mae Wallace, both of pital at 106 W. University PR 24421VALUEWISE
summer in Scandinavia. They visited friends in Oslo, where sponsored by the Citywide Mission There will be an Interesting Deland, were guests of Miss nrolonvfd '

they had lived In 1953 while Dr. Newcomb was on a post- Board. [program rendered during the
doctorate Fulbright Scholarship, and attended the International The theme Is "We Build The anniversary.Each .
Society of Hematology meeting hi Stockholm. Dr. Newcomb, Ladder by Which .W* Rise." member is asked to pay FALL FASHION BUYS
director of Hematology at the UF School of Medicine, present. Rev. B. F. Weary, pastor. $1.
ed research papers during the Stockholm meeting.While .
the couple was abroad, their sons, Jobs, I, and Charles | S. Marion Weeks Clubof
Frances Robinson Club
7, and their white toy poodle, Troll, spent the summer the Mt Pleasant Methodist of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church ( for GIRLS
with their grandparents, Rev and Mrs. Thomas H. New- Church will hold ita meeting at will hold Its meeting at the I .
comb, at their retirement home in New Wilmington, Pa. the home of Mrs. Edith McCol. home of Mrs. Esther Hamm. .

e lure, of lit N. ,W. Ith Street, of 233 NW. 7th Place, today at a
I Tuesday, Oct. I, at 1:30: p.m. I p.m. and BOYS
The Marvin Breakers ire back from a flying trip to the Mrs. Altemese Johnsonreport\ -
Honduras. They were houseguests for I week of Dr. Albert era CARD OF THANKS
Mutter, formerly of Gainesville who is now director of Es I' The
Shady Grove Primitive Sweater-weather
cuela Agrlcola Pan America Tegucigalpa. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSShady Church wishes to thank Dorsey ( will be any day, prepare for their

Grove Primitive Baptist Funeral Home for its beautiful cooler weather needs.

Prayer meeting Tuesday fans. Shady Grove Primitive Now-choose from a large selection.,
Autumn In Europe Is the exciting vacation for Mrs. Charles g p.m.; the choir a pushers d Baptist Church Mrs. F, D. Y

Hyde, who by now should be basking in the sun on the will meet Wednesday g Shannon, reporter. ;t1 In Belks-Children*' Wear Dept
Riviera. Winifred is traveling with long-time friends, Rev pin; and there will be Conference -
and Mrs. T. Wstklas Taylor of LaurencevlUe, Va.. and the Saturday, g p.m. Rev. R.
former' M.year old aunt, Miss Mary Bailey Watties. J. Cameos pastor; Mrs. F. D. Breakfasts will be sold In the .
Shannon reporter.Mt. dining room of the Shady Grove
The foursome made the trip via the SS Nleuw Amerter. Olive Primitive Baptist- Primitive Church each Sunday .,

dam and will return on the SS Rotterdam. After docking to Sunday School IM: a.m.; mornIng from I a.m. to I a.m. on behalfof I '
Southampton they have made stops in London Heidelberg the Church. I
11 {
worship, a.m.; evening +
Lucerne and Rome. Next the Is Paris
on itinerary H. /
worship, 130: p.m. Rev.
where Wlnlfnd will probably spend most of her time in the Kinsey, pastor. VOTERS LEAGUEA ,

boutiques. r ML Carmel Baptist There .
speaker from the County
Meditation I V
will be mid week II.I I
w Headquarters of Linden I r
Services Tuesday, 7:30: pm.: Johnson for president will appear ,
|Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30:
Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie R. Mcdellaad for. p.m., and also the Choir will Wednesday at the at Recreation I Center, I Bulky Shetland or Flat Knit
short time before leaving for a ,.ar'. stay in France are have Its rehearsal, g p.m.; p.m. I
their lon, berry Mcdeuaml, Mrs. McClellaad and their son, Teachers' Meeting Thursday The In following the persona will I appear I Pullover & Cardigan Sweaters
Rickey. Mrs. McClellan: is the former Patricia Elizabeth 7.30: p.m.; and the Choir will program: High
Springs will be represented by
Clark i sgsin have its rehearsal Fri 0. P. Perry and Moses Johnson i

Cuerry recently completed his doctorate In geology at the day, 1 p.m. Rev. T. A. Hamm Wright, ; Newberry, Mrs. Josh I 2996.99 ij(
Mrs. Esther W.
University of Illinois and will be a postdoctoral fellow at the pastor; Lang and Eddie Thompson ; I,
University of Pau Pan, Basses Pyrenees, France. He will reporter. Archer Tom Robinson Frand '
3.6 and 7.14
.J be a working fellow employed by the Soclete Nationale Del Archer Church of God In Michael and Thomas Rollins, ( :
Petrol. D'Aqulntaine doing special research. Christ Church School 10.,.Sr.; Micsnopy Uriah GUI : I 100% Orion Acrylic, so soft & lightweight yet' ':
a.m.; morning worship, 11:30 Alachua. Willie Burcess sad comfy worm to launder Big color ond style 01. .
} Both Patricia and Guerry are graduates of CHS and the a.m.; Young People's willing Rev. G. W. Hale; Waldo, Richr r tortmcnt some with Dickie included In 3-6x sites. f :
, University of Florida.In Worken' Meeting (30: a.m.; ard Merrlck. James

and evening worship g:30 p.m. Lewis Bucklin; Hawthorne I ,.
Elder Days, pastor; Mrs. Ruth Chester Shell and W. L. Jenkins I M

Jenkins, reporter. ; Jonesville, Rev. 0. 5.I,
spite ot t Hurricane Hilda, Miss Dianne Weldon, and her East Side Church of God In' Cameron; and Gainesville T.C. (
! parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Weldon left for Mobile Fridayto Christ Church School, 10 Coward Dr. E. A. Cosby, Albert 1 ..
spttd the,weekend at the Holiday Inn. a.m.; morning worship, 11 a m. Daniels and Rev. Thomas I ; : / .
and evening worship, 7 p m. EIder Wright. w ..
Dianne. one of our talented folk singers, received an in J. C. Carter, pastor.Mt. .
There will be questions ..sked'lollowln
/ vltatlon to sing Florida folk songs at the First Gulf Coast Pleasant Methodist -
the speakers' tal k..
, ,
Festival In Mobile as one of the American Landmarks c lev The Committee of Christian I
L. V. Davis, Vice-President of I
bratloas.I Social Concerns of the W.S.C.S. Alachua County Voters League. I

I The Weldoni were accompanied on the trip by Miss TbeV will meet today In the Second The Voters League II Inviting
[ ma Billie of White Springs director of special events at the Unit, 7:30 p.m.; there will be every registered voter to be
. Stephen Foster MemoriaL midweek Prayer Services tomorrow present. I
7:30: p.m.; the Parson.
I Mt

NAACP The NAACP MEETING meetnlg SET! will be' .1 ..
l Calendar Of Events I IaD.
held at the ML Carmel Bap- I L .
list Church on Tuesday at g # 5

MONDAY, October I Board Meeting I p.m., Edu- hood Meeting, I 30 a m., Girl p.m. I '
Gainesville Woman' C1 1 II b, cation Center. Scout House, 110 NW lft The members and also other I I7'
Opening Reception 3 to 5pm Forestry Wives Club, g p.m. Street. friends are urged to I
attend the meeting. Rev. T. A.
Clubhouse, West University Mrs. Charles GelU, 1521 NW
Avenue.WUUsloej 7th Avenue. Gainesville Junior Woman' Wright pastor. I IIJI. BOYS SWEATERS J \ "
Woman's Club I Club, Benefit Fashion Show,
3:>> ,.... Clubhouse. WEDNESDAY Octeber 7 I:IS '.m., and 7:30: p. m., JUr-OVIM CARDIGANS
International Women's Club, Gainesville Bridge Club, Gainesville Woman's Club I .

I p.m., University Women's Open Teams Club Championship IIooM.I .
Clubhouse, West Newberry 739: p.m. Holiday Inn. I I 2.99-5.99
Rebekah Lodge, I Odd
Road. Gainesville Woman's Club I p.m. c:

Women of the Moose, I p.m., General Meeting, I M a.m., Fellows Temple. NEW CORDUROY "
Moos Lodge. Clubhouse. 100. ORLON.ACRYLIC. IN SOLID COLORS .

Great Boob Discussion Fine Arta Association g the shoot) with If Wit.... C "'0f Smith AND NOVELTY PATTERNS SIZES 37.

Group, g p.m., Gainesville p.m. Recreation Center. .
idtAs( FOR
Public Library. PI Beta Phi Alumnae Club, i
Pilot Club Board Meeting, g p.m., Mrs. John P. Feaster g9Uh COOL WEATHER "
at the home of Virginia Mor- 1764 SW STth Place.

The Lula Tompkfes Club,
Gainesville Bridge Club.I 3 p.m. Mn. Helen Bennett POFULAI round throat, 111I I With It* mah ..ttI... tool.r. ; ,3.99-4.99

7:31 p.m., Recreation Center. 314 SW 3rd Street. heel pump a reel beauty i end .11 outdoor* .totUm*; .

University Women's C1 1 ub University of Florida Hos- from toe to heel for a I she ..,."..h etend .......,. I ..
Board Mating '.30 a.m., pit I a I Auxiliary Luncheon world of wonderful fun' All the girls come out to ploy In "M... B"
Clubhouse, lea time to ..... .
Uts: a.m., private di sing I 0* C"M t Mpptft comfortoble
cotton corduroy .
TUESDAY October I room, J. Hillis Miller Health out *t c""kM't nd **t wotHoble: ond fool The well sturdy-cut
Uttlewood PTA, 7:30 pm., Center Dr. Samuel P. Mar slim' hove dr'r.dry.
Jims the
; cotton blouses
Lmiewood School Cafetorkm. own cfejnmf TNt fc, titeam.
tin Provost, Guest
Speaker. come 'In o vonefy of colorful prints. Newest .,
Gainesville Camellia Society Gamesvul Music Teachers LACK If you didn't have torn of oil. the /lonq-sieevd, button-down cello .

I pm, Howard Bishop Association. I p.m. Mrs. Dcl- lor4 before ,let..* .tat blouse in cotton oxford! All 'in alas 7 to .M .. I.
Junior High SchoolMerrysteppen bert SUrrett, Sill NW Ith and 3.6..
Square Dance Court. sonnq, .to whuh c_ eh.isv

Club,. t ,..., City Ream University City Bridge Club. ,w.d a e.sa.rq to put 3.99 Midwale corduroy, oxford blouse 4 99Plnwole
tion Center. 7:M p m., University of Florida corduroy blouse . ? 3:99BL
1 Chapter I, PRO: II am. Faculty Club. ; Man, back N shape. TO

\ Mr. Fred .Winston, Miss University Women's Club I 5" You'll tend *.., In
Charlotte Dunn lea NW 23rd Choral "Chub 131: sjn, Clubhouse .were.hue 5.99 CHILDREN'S WEAR
Drive. West Newberry Road .* It+. MMM, ..'.. w.Asa .:

University of Florida Archt- IMvtntty Medical Guild. ... e.... peoa.Mue to reli
lecture and Fine Arta Dames, I Executive Board, COMPLm SIT
: am.
ewe ef 5'. ....".. ....... 50,0h. .
I. 1:. ,.11I.. Valve city Worn Mrs. Thames BarUey. 3131
cut Club West Newbarry NW 3rd Place.THURSDAY. ... to ... -'- r s eoUuN

RoadBaallsreaJSIslerh i October I .d(. MOM OUt TOP ..
', Girl Scout UBA Neighbor'WIGS' MAKiRI

it Ink +nu+ your cfeMffltf
Button-down Ivy striped
---c.trel a.- '
,lets .ul ell .e SWngsyou'rf shirt. lotie-boek stocks. Tilt STOW YVlTrTfcftf v/

solnf M fu... Then- Twill weave coordinate\ k M MaVtu *0, *>'u0 amen
or long-"**' corduroy MM storm MAM mmCMTIAL
w. /.e. Slat lid "wars.. BOB'SSHOE CALL Oft KING TXM TO foamed up with stripes.
,- ..........


*... 01 Mill Ml I* Wit. "'. IT2-4IM MeeJMt 10XA4. f Pi*. .... 17X4101' :,

j a '

h___ . .. ... .
I .. -...... .. -- '"illlr .'-- -.....". --. .,. -. "

.. ." ..--- .. .e_ ...... .-- -..... _
: -


m .." "iIl. :-' '. .,

: Catnasvllla Sun "lit Mondar..October ?, IM4 .



Shark x.
I ;0 N L4 L4SPotlI 1 *a

1:) sow-., : -PIU_ /tun Northccntro| Florida" News Tizzy'II Chatter

Southern Farm U.S. Farm '

I Bureau Chief The Tigers continue on the are being offered here this
Cedar Key High School Is In [er and thought robbers were
1 Market Summary gridiron is they journey to year, are being enjoyed by the process of organizing a Stu- trying to take over. In the excitement

: Due at UF Newberry Friday night to battle subjects- dent Council to give the students the girls almost forgot .
the Panthers. It should ,
voice In school
a greater what they went to get
prove to be a very thrilllni industrial arts and French. affairs. The organization com Next week Is county wide
ATLANTA, Ga. Heavy ca. $16 to $16.50 and Nashville Charles B. Shuman, presidentof
-?- ; game. Trenton has played With continued support, many
mittee is
composed of test week for all of the Cedar
_, tie and calf marketing in the Thursday, $1650 to $17. the 1,600,000-member American three games to date. new ones will probably be added from each class.representativea Sue students. class has
South and Midwest last week At 20 Georgia cattle auctions Farm Bureau, largest farm The Annual staff 1 Is in the next year. Key Every
.... left cattle prices steady to weak, last week Standard grassfed organization In the nation, will midst of its subscription drive. I FFA Elects Campbell Is temporary chair.and a test of some kind. A* if thisisn't

I ,'* while bog prices showed uneven slaughter steers weighing from be In Gainesville Friday to ad- Down payments are now being Election of officers highlighted Linda Goldsby is acting bad enough, the following

,r ,decline fdom 25 cents to $1 a 700 to 1,000 pounds sold in a dress an economics seminar at taken for the 196445 I TIGER the business at the FFA and secretary. The Constitution week It she-week test week. 4-H HonorsBetty
hundred pounds, the V. S. Department range of $15 to $19. These price the University of Florida. MEMORIES and the remaining meeting Monday nightElect. bylaws commit t It Is The faculty of Cedar Key
+" of.Agriculture reports were steady to weak, as compared He will speak on "Alternate composed of Sue Campbell, Linda High School attends an FEA
will be next when ed
paid year were: Billy Ray Langford, BUtch 17, pnskieatel
:" with the previous week. Methods of Adjusting Agricultural Goldsby, Colin Gaultnty, meeting In Ocala on Mooday.We' .
.s-- Cattle arrival last week at 12 Twenty-seven Florida. auction Supply to Demands" at the yearbooks arrive. vice president; Greg B en-. Miriam Walrath and Kay Ross ,. been having our problems the GBckrist Cemry 4-H
i j. Thomas Jones, Trenton sen- net, secretary Frank
;,7 principal markets, mainly in the moved Good feeder steers, of the seminar which starts at 3 ; A lot'was said with bacteria count in our Club ClueD ha been Mined
ior, will go to Kansas City ford, treasurer Beach about the
; Jerry her Council
at by members
Midwest totaled marl I 450.10 750 pounds, In a range p. m. in McCarty Hall. Independent supply
Oct. 11. He Is from Sharks' first football last
243,000 head This volume was of $15.50 to $1$.90. These price Shuman win be In Florida to a delegate parliamentarian; Murry Smith, game school, but now it has been as GUchrist -Der of the
:-- the largest for any week since were steady to 50 cent lower ,address the annual meeting of Trenton FFA chapter to the reporter, and Herbert Thomas, Friday night, such as, "You cleared up. (Thank goods e I r menth ef September. Betty Is
National Convention and will mean those boys only play alx
'mid-July and the second larges7.volume than the week before. the Polk County Farm Bureau chaplain. The Clorox used to purify it lINt daigkter ef Mr. and Mrs.
be In Kansas City for a week. Congratualation go to the man football? When the team BUtch and senior al
this year. I Slaughter cows at Montgomery la Winter Haven.. His appearance had gotten Impossible to stomach Henry a
The ninth grade testing program cheerleaders for a fine job at came running on the field you Trenton School
-* Carlot wholesale beef prices auctions sold steady to 25 at the UF was arrangedby .) High
fat Chicago ranged steady to 50 cents higher list week, a* Utll. Dr. E. T. York, provost for was given to all fresh pep rallies. could hear such comments as,
'cents lower for most iteer and sty grade brought i $10.50* to agriculture at the UF. men at THS Tuesday and Wed- The majorettes put on a fine "They sure are a small team." Tornado TalkBy
i!heifer beef, and 25 to 7! cents 1370. As president of the American nesday. They had some blank half time show In the North After the game the commentswere
flower for cow beef. Fresh fruits and vegetable Farm Bureau Federation, Shu looks on their faces after it Marlon game. They did sever somewhat different. People
Broiler prices In Southeastern from southeastern shipping I man represents three out of four was all over. al routines' to marches played were saying the team was PEGGY SHANBARGER bead majorette are Janet
f slates declined last week mostly point declined In volume list organized farmers in the United The senior class Is beginning I by the Tiger Band. Majorettes J a great team. It was a rousing This Is the first edition of Tornado Hardy and JoAnn Scott Becky
t[one cent a pound and by FrIday; week, but cabbage supplies were States. These Include the 33,000 a Christmas card sale for the ; this year are Carla Rowland game with Hawthorne to be Talk'and we would like Dlnkin is the solo twirler. The

_were at a level of mostly 12V4' somewhat heavier. families .who art members of upcoming holiday season. Personalized head majorette, Kat hy sure. to present a review of school drum major la Mike'Chambers.
cent a pound at farms. In spit Pole beans sold at $3 to $4.50 the Florida Farm Bureau Federation cards are availablethis Holder, Susan Colson, Maxine The cheerleaders held a pep happenings since the openln All majorettes and the drum
-.of a just fair demand for a bushel at the Atlanta Farm In 64 counties. year. Mobley, Amy Mills, Judy rally for the high school at third of the term.Bradford major are required to be a
::7eadyto cook fryers, supplies of ers Market, and North Carolina Shuman I* a stock and grain The junior class Is in the Wiggins and Nancy Wilkerson. period on Friday before the In member of the band and attend
,live birds were cleared closely pole bean brought $3 75 to $4.25 farmer from Sullivan, HI., and midst of preparing for Its class The junior senior magazine game. It was Impossible to High School summer camp.
"and in some instance were a bushel at the Loula- has headed the AFBF since play. It Is a comedy entitled sale ended Oct. 1 after a two- hear the cheerleaders. The Starke welcomed 1,175 students We have met many people so
.-short of processor needs. vIDe Produce Terminal 18S4. "Aunt Cathie's Cat" week campaign carried on by football team really got In the and 54 faculty members on far at Macclenny and Santa Fe,

.: Egg prices were irregular and Tomatoes, depending on size Several new courses, which the two classes. spirit of things and outyelled Thursday, Au,. 27. It began and we sincerely hope we are
7 ;mostly lower for large size. and condition: went it $150 to -l everyone else. If lung powerIs with the traditional assemblyto ,able to meet many more. Many
.-Closing prices Friday at rep. $2 a :20-pound carton at the Colts'Roundup, .. an Indication of strength opposing get everyone organized Mr. things win be happening
'resentatlve southeastern centers Birmingham Farmer -Market, teams had better look Clark, supervising 'principal 'around Tornado Land this sem
for most consumer grade A and fair quality North Carolina Mr. H. A. Sprow, senior ester and we want to extend a

'large egg in cartons In sales tomatoes brought $250 a 20- I out.The FHA girls worked the high principal, and M I c key. persol Invitation to anyone of

;to retailer were: Atlanta, 44tt pound carton at Louisville. D concession stand at the Dansby, student body president high school' age to attend as
[Ito 45 cent; Birmingham, 41H Sweet potatoes ranged $250 CATHY YINGUE Santa Fe They miscalculated and had game.togo presided at the meeting many of our affairs a* they possibly

:to 44 cent; Jackson, 45 to 45% 10 $ .15 a bdihcl at Atlanta, Activities to find more weiners and buns Speeches and welcoming addresses can. If y'all can't make
cents; Jacksonville, 48 cents; according to variety and quality are beginning for hotdogs. When they got to were made to teacher It to any of our dances, rallies,
i :and North Carolina points 41 while U. S. No. 1 sweet fall somewhat at North Marion 'Rebel Yell'By
potatoes the store, it was closed. A and students, and the new year game or whirls, Just read Tornado -
indent gen-
Ugh start
to 48 cent cold at f3,75 to $4 a 80- Talk every week See
Closing bog price Friday at pound crate at Louisville. FIIJd.run ing about there ilxweek'sgradt. tleman living upstairs heard officially began. y'afl. '

leading southern markets for sweet potato moved at them yelling for the ttorekeep-, The hurricane. Dora and

,- moat U. 8. 1 to 3 butchers $2 to $3 a bushel basket at I' The Colts returned victorious I Cleo, played havoc ,around
weighing 1W to 240 pounds, by Blrmlnlham. after their, came with the LINDA DIXON and GEORGE PHILLIPS I Arrest at Bar Tornado Land and we all got Drives Car-

markets, were: Georgia-Florid At Atlanta, North Carolina Trenton Tiger. List Friday's. a vacation that we didn't need Into Billboard
:. Alabama major packing plants, round type cabbage went at game was with the P. K. Yonge Following an the excitementof and Pat McMillan.The Roger James Forest, 41, 3056 -yet However, everyt III n I

', $16.2t to |16.50$ ; North Georgia '1.75 to $2 a 50-pound bag and Blue Waves. The band, under ball 'games, and starting vanity football team will NW 14th St., was arrested by was soon back to norm, and Jennifer Sue Shadrlck, 21$
: :packing plant and buying ay-pack bushel carton of U. S the direction of Mr. Henry Wai- back to school, Santa Fe High play Jasper at Santa Fe this,Gainesville police at 1:40 a.m. political party registration.was NW' JJth Lane, wa cited for
: I point, 616.50 to $17; Louisville, Fancy Delicious apples sold it cott, give It', first performance School has finally settled down. Friday. The "Rebel" Band will Sunday at Sam's Lounge, U NW held Sept. 15. The student government careless driving by Gainesville
=- : mostly 116; Memphis Thursday, .'3.50 to $4.25 of the year. Everyone Is studying! and tests. perform in a pre-game show at 13th St. and charged with allowing 1* based on the Const) police Saturday night after her

The junior clils called a of all kind an being given. 7:t5 p.m. The kickoff is at $ a minor to consume alchollc tution of the United States, and car left SW 13th It., crossed a

.e. 'I meeting this week to elect This) week the Seniors will betaking D.m. Come and cheer the San- beverage on licensed pre- we have two parties, the V. 0 ditch, missed a tree aod rammed
i clan officer. 'President Is the Senior Placement ta Fe "Rebels" to victory.Panther's. mises. T. E. and the Liberal The government through a bffiboant
.- I Mike Kinard. Other officers Tests I consist of a House of
+ d Damage to the car was estimated -
: r are: Vice president, Raymond In addition to the routine of Representatives, students elected at $1,000.,
: I Rlackwell; secretary, Patty daily classes, Santa F* students from Starke and the a u grounding 'Mil Shadrlck: : was treated

.' *. ,% Dodd, and reporter, Bobby Gib-- are engaged ,in various clubs areas according to Aladna .Gen-
population; and a Senate with resat
i' Roundup IOn.The Glee Club under the and organizations. Officers 'two students from each grade. ,
: CI.pable have been elected and plans
direction of Mr. Walcott for the year are being made. I The executive officers are:
::2 entertained the school with a I Mickey Dansby, pees I d e n t: ;
variety of songs.Preeldeut The officers for FHA this Tale John Spengler, vice president LIVE

: :; By MARILYN BUZ and.CAROL BUCHANAN of the Glee Club Is year are Karen Gonzales, presIdent < Janet Hardy, treasurer; and
I : ; Jo Anna Gonzales, pres- Jeff Warren election
: Jacqule Stroup. The FFA Quartet tupervlser
1 also participated In the as ident-elect; Janle Douglas, historian *. A cabinet is appointed by; THE.BEST,
!! 2 Melrose School I II off tea rip.Roger Bus and his Cavalier, sembly. Members of the quartet ; Eva Lola Copper, parliamentarian the president.
: r?,roaring start with a new prln- Jim, Mike and Don Adam The are Bobby Gibson, Ken Brown, ; Gall Douglas, vice- TORON COURTNEYThe YEARS OF
clpal this year. Mr. Young I las bud baa three guitar and Robert Yongue and Raym o n d president of recreation; San- Cheerleaders Debut .
; :: a big man who always get a Roger on the drum It adds Elhotm. dy Arrington, vice-president ofprogram Junior Class met Monday -Martin, and John Sweet. Congratulations The vanity cheerleadersmade '

; = second look when he walk tremendous atmosphere and enjoyment The Student Council ; Ann Crevasse, vice' Sept. 28, to decide on a to these studentsfor their "debut" when Brad YOUR ,LIFE tIN
,. down the hall*. H* leera to to our football dances I dance Saturday night. president of work; and Evelyn class ring A Herff-Jones rep a job well done.It ford' Fighting Tornadoes met
ZIb* a true leader with food which are held after each home Officer are: Vice president, Smith, treasurer.. resentative met with them to seems there are a numberof Macclenny for the first lame of A NEWHOME

Ideas that will help make Melrose ,ami. Don Smith; secretary Bertha The Santa 7* FHA was hostess show the types of rings they organizations trying to sell the season. This year's captain
:: a better school. Freeman; treasurer, Raymond to the Alachua County FHA could get After much discussion 'left-oven' from last 'I' a r. Is Elaine Strickland. Map '. '.' J

=. We are quite proud ,,:of our Faculty Tea Blackwell, and reporter, I Tommy Council meeting bit September the majority of the Jun- The Senior Chorus is among la Moore Is the co captain. ,
::: new agriculture teacher, also. Dodd 24th.) Karen Gonzales pre iors came to an agreement. We these groups They are selling The other cheerleaders are:
-4, He Is a young man with plenty sided over the meeting. Seven hope they will b* happy with 'school bracelets. The cost of the Vlki Struth,' Patty BI 1 gham,

'70* ambition. Mr. Rodgers has Fetes Moms'At Violence schools wen represented by 60 the rings they have chosen. bracelets was one dollar last Tonda Dixon, Julie ,Walker, Sense 1964

already proven his enthusiasm girls. Shirty Benches was elected The Annual' Staff Is at work year but they have been reduced Cathy Hitchcock,' Joan Wit Farad. .f HMM I
to the students and townspeople Probed In I treasurer of the Council. trying to sell the annuals that to seventy-five cents. There llama and Marian Green. The Models
by the way he ha begun to Williston The Senior class also has, were left from last year The aren't many left so get them mascot this year I Is Miss Gloria
Improve the look of the school elected the following officers: annuals cost four dollars last while they last. Strickland, 1st grade, sisterof still ArelhW

grounds. With the help of the, ''WILLISroN-Hom.room VicksburgVICKSBURG president,Crier Wells; vice. year but an currently selling Panther Patter: N. MS has the captain.The Tune Right On N.W.

athletic department, the bleach-) mothers were honored recentlyat president, BIB Shaw: secre- for one dollar. Everyone who been having a number of absentees B. H. S. band looked dUo 34tiSr.,_ 2$"!.. N.W.
en !have been painted, the fence a faculty tea and welcomedby Miss (AP) tary Suzanne Longman; and doesn't already have an annualIs lately. Twenty two students field
; .on the at halftime In theirnew
posts leveled and the old concession Henry Powell", high school Federal and state officials treasurer, Imogens Wilson. urged to buy one. were absent recently, 17 uniforms. The wit
: stand removed. principal, and Mrs. Kathryn pressed their investigationstoday Some of the students at N.H. From Archer. We wonder what are
Harris of the bombing of a Vicksburg This year, the Santa F* "B" light gray, black and red.
elementary principalThe
Our peppy cheerleaders, led S. have formed a science club, has been going on there during Perched the bat
ladles were asked to building and two>> shotgun football .team has been given atop is a firey
called Iota Gamma Chi The school hours. How about
by Captain Cathy Webster Intend
red tusk The e.
called the "B"ees majorette were
blast fired Into Meridian a name
name projects, by grades for s
to cheer our football team officers are: Jack Pittman, It, Archer students
in red
the PTA Carnival be held at home, both used a* headquarters ,Sign have been all over tile Chester sequined costumes
to victory In the remaining B-to. The whole president; Phillips, and the two head majorettes -
the school Oct. 31. for civil rights activities.The achoolll'inI .
games this season We hate to' Projects scheduled Include a FBI moved to sift the :school I* going B-m becausethe ; first vice president. Mac Davis I Bids SoughtAt were wearing black,
second vice
admit losing our first game to fish pond for the second grade; ruins ef the Vicksburg "freedomschool' Bees (II team) are finally president; and I MacDill suit*. Appearing as a special CAINISVILLIASSOCIATION
Jeanne '
4 Bronson. The cheerleaders also DuBois, secretary-tr on the halftime agenda this fan
this This Tues-
cake walk, third; African dip, damaged by an apparent -I playing year
.. Include Connie King Joyce fossils; darts, fifth; pony rides, dynamite bomb In the predawn day. they will be playing Baker surer. Mr. Greathouse Is the JACKSONVILLE (AP) Bids will be a solo feature twirl
Job ns o n, dl Ann Alderman, sixth; hamburgers, eve n t h ; hour Sunday. County in Macclenny. sponsor of this organization. have been called for Nov. 3 on wearing a white outfit The
Becky Mathews, Brenda Chapman candy booth eighth,' prontopupa Two Negroes, Bessie Brown The Beta Club 'tapped' 12 construction of three building majorette an: Terry Barry, I OF
Becky Mullls and Sara ninth; house of horrors, and her 2-month-oId grandson, The "B" team will be cheeped ,student out of the sophomore, addition at MacDUl Air Force Becky Seller, Bobbie Barks- I
Baldwin by the 6445 Junior vanity junior. and senior classes FrIday dale, Karen HOME IUILDtD
our alternate. ION; food booth, llth; and a were slightly/ Injured In the Base at Tampa. They are expected Betty Register
1 The Junior Class has sold baseball throw, 12th. blast cheerleader They are Debbie Sept. 25. The students In- to cost upward of Pats. Kay Haisloo The two
Pearce, captain: Linda i vited to the club Pat
'J nearly $400 worth of Join are: ..GOO.
magazine Agent also
An amateur hour to scheduled were dispatchedto
broke their Alday Dianne Bayed, B 11 lie Asbell. Barbara Bass, Bob CoL H. R. district
4. They $,100 goal. They for Thursday evening Meridian directly across Pirfltt
preceding Fay Coats, Susan Hitchcock Bass, Turon Courtney, Mac Army engineer, said one of the
.:J an raising money for the Jun the Carnival. the state to the east after
ior-Senior prom, and hope to T. K. Gardner was chosen 10'' shots entered a bedroom window Davis. Jeanne DuBois, Barbara :tinctures will be an 10 by Moot
jl -get 1900 by April They received of a home. There were no Green. Cindy Green June addition to the aircraft'
serve a* carnival chairman. Watch Gone ,
: -:jMarry half the total tajurlei. Holder, Susan Jones. Rlley weapons calibration shelter.
receipt ,
Refreshments at the tea wen If HvH MOHvjaMtfrCIMsMM
: for. the magazines, $131. This served In the home
J a economics: Philip H. Howart Box 140
aIndustrious class made $lO on room by Mrs. Lola Belle Church Fete MurnhrM Hall University of

; _. the first dance which featured :Smith and Mn. Ruby Ross, nk--! reported? Sunday to J EAVES IIeHs IIIIIt

At Willi8tonWTUJbTON Gainesville police his $15 watch

1 ; iras missing from his unlocked ......... .......

I ; Great new taste: birthday supper-A I Ia covered-dish scheduled auto Long'parked* Cafeteria.Saturday night behind GETTING'PAUBERED n.R ,

n for the Fin Methodist Church ...,... .......

; i pipe tobaccos of Wintrta' Tueeday at 7 p. m. ?, wens. .. ..-.-
under tk* iponaonhip of theWoman' > *.*MB rs.Mw .

Society of Christian .......* MM ....... .
Service.Memban. I a .... .....
; f in a filter Al will decorate 12 e.taw-........-.......- _..

I tablet representing all the Jfed dbufcw _CI. HMhr Mta vd eMV. pre .... ....-. ...... .........R .... as.rW
s.laams.aaunaaarrw month ef the and each turn MW pom e (A Wi e thort ....... 'PC's pre eon- MMMMkeMIIV ........
I t year tool .rvktcoit tree W* pnbtab Regular. mo* ....-
; dgaiette CUM sfttmg at his respective .. tan basil ..*.1iaNI furls N cur "a. ee ..-lour
birthday table wm ba asked toP pile ce red rerK. ..... M ..r .nda tIP --e + 1Ny3tl
,_ <<'I w peony nr each rev ors' __ ..... ....... ...... eo.1 ... I : = I
year .esY .. .
: of bbaga.AH eae.an. tMtfpMtCOMfOlnm$ MM* yOU CM *, -* en PC tor -

member of the church 1 urn MSMcnoN> AH iAMAT6'i' a.... .- -

YMtM pkesl.g....-... a guest < in Invited. I
mm I
t awraietsl Tie.n<7..'. .KkrfwKa 1

::. I Aamfcrt kset-Hetfag g* MMceaI '\ Earl C. May _....... ? !!I! r

ftM HaaTaad HaV SfMke MW KaY TOILET TANK .AUv. .

t; .IHaVrttjerCtpniiMl. n. ...."t.. ..ewes ww rays-.sass...... 37.1 ,,. W. MrfvwOy Avaw lirf
,- ....... r. ... d ... ... ........ sea PWMT
el.a .. ,..,,,-u--- .I PNONIa ...M 34aMI'f'
FR J..JS" 71* 10' I OA OIf1

r ...


---- ...-

-j !:!t


I Congress Showed Drive Under Strong Executive

O &rn fork OUm Thus, those who were charging -the emotional reaction producedby provide such leadership. Only I'' bears out those who felt that of the members to agree to end called "sectional Issue" like totally lost control of his
a year ago that Congress his assassination and his a strong and astute president the Texan, as a put master of debate. The i other aide of the civil rights and that unlimited (House Judiciary) during the
By TOM WICKER I art could coin also demo debate far from being an evil civil rights fight In the fall of
wu "deadlocked," "froxen" or posthumous glorification.Few really can, although CongressIn the legislative apply' wu effectively ,
WASHINGTON The 18th "senile" some of the choice would deny, however the 1950's also responded reasonably I his touch from the White House onstrated when Senate liberals weapon against civil rights, 1963. Seniority alone, in other
Congress, ana of the mod pro adjectives employed by critics that Johnson has proved a master well to the Internal u well as from the Senate used unlimited debate to often does what it was designed words, does not make a powerful .
ductlve In history, went a loa -cannot prove It by the final of top subtle, tense, yet leadership of Johnson and Sam I floor. stall off, weaken and finally to do -gives opportunities for committee chairman, nor
ns ".1lA 1164 to stem what had record.It potentially productive relation- Rayburn, then the Senate and Another development in the draw the teeth of the so-called a legislative minority to makea does such a chairman nces-

been a rising tide of criticism was noteworthy, moreover, ship between president and House Democratic leaders ttth Congress was the rather "Dirkten rider," the measure sound case that can dissuadea sarlly frustrate the public wel
of the legislative branch. that would have struck at the majority. fare. Sometimes the weak ones
that the upsurge of congressional Congress. His accession to of Kennedy was by no means a effective answer given to the
Little more than a year ago activity. took place largely flee and the record of achieve- total loss as the goad and Inspiration long, loud often politically Supreme Court's powers of constitutional Even the harsh criticism of are a problem.
Congreu penned to face one of .after Johnson was sworn in ment that followed reinforce a of Congress He Inspired criticism of the Stn.te'l Interpretation and the venerable, powerful congressional Congress suffers from-ninny
.[ the strongest drivei for Institutional aa president That was partly belief that many students of achieved notably, the Trade cherished rule of unlimited particularly at its ruling on committee chairmen flaws, of course, as do all human '
.}'f$ reform of a constitutional due to what President Kennedy Congress have long heldth.tIt Act of 1962, the approval of the debate-or "filibuster." state legislative apportionment was somewhat deflated In Institutions. For Instance

.. branch of government linn had predicted -"an It-month responds to strong, shrewd, Test-Ban Treaty and some progressive Not only wu a southern filibuster ., Thus, it was demonstrated In the Mth Congress For if a the House Rules Committee un
Franklin Roote. delivery" of programs be started ruthless but pragmatic leader social legislation. But against the civil rights the same session that when potentate like Rep Wilbur i der the shrewd and able Ren

:"a velt tonght to working for in'19(3; and no ship. ''I the record of his three years, bill beaten decisively by a closure -I. members really want Mills, D-Ark., at the head of the Howard W. Smith, DVa.ptnved

,u 7 "P act" the Analysis: doubt It also owed something to No institutional reform can as opposed to Johnson's one, vote, requiring two thirdsA | It can be voted even c101Ure'l Ways and Means Committee., again In the nth Congressthat
could slave off almost single simply giving a tenuous
4 SUI"m."COart What The
; handed a bill to provide medical majority of administration
\1, .|jn i9a7. News care for the aged through backers will not necessarily

t, to-The reform Impetus camefrom I .Meant if Johnson May Still Feel Work Left Undone Social Security, he was also the turn such a powerfully .COl,tl.
l'' Into
man most responsible for such toted body a willing-errn
,u intricate' and sophisticated econ of the presidential congressional
of Congress, WASHINGTON (AP) Th i for adjournment, they brushed and the House at U8: p.m. Congress sweeping civil rights bill, education measure, and a 't I- antic works at the lax reduction leadership If Institutional
from Intellectuals like James ttth Congress finally baa quit, aside two key Johnson administration had met for 21 consecutive passed In the Senate only aftera billion bill broadening the National bill and the Interest equal reform of Congress Is needed,
McGregor Burnt, the author of" its place in history secure be, measures health care months and this was the 14-week Southern filibuster Defense Education Act ization tax.Moreover. Smith'a committee seems ..the

.' ."The Deadlock ol Democracy, cause of Its action on civil for the elderly under Social latest adjournment in a presidential was broken, by' Imposition of and extending the Impacted-, there was an excellent proper place to begin ._'
and from not a few members rights tax reduction, poverty, Security and a MW-blllion aid election year since 1944. debate-limiting cloture, the first areas program The latter was contrast between Mills On the record of the gSth Congress ?
of what wu then the Kennedy education and the limited nuclear package for the Impoverished In the weeks since the Democratic : time this wu done on civil sent to Johnson Jut Friday who kept iron control of his however, It la consQer-
administration. Even Presided test-ban treaty. Appalachia region. and Republican conventions rights The measure strikes at
; -A 847.S-mlllloo measure to committee and the far older ably more difficult than It.:sore
Kennedy. spoke privately of, Some of Ma members were The health care proposal died Congress accomplishedlittle. racial discrimination In jobs provide Jobs for youths, train and much more senior Rep. a year ago to heed the refor
be done II be won however thai when But Democratic leaders and ta restaurants, hotels and
I what.might saying today, Senate and House conferees unskilled and Emanual Cellar J D-NY., who mer's plea. ..
the election by a large majority. President Johnson may can were unable to agree whether Insisted this did not dim the other public places, In voting local persons encourage -
.. Congress back into session after It should be attached to a bill luster of the Nth s record and and In public schools community pr g.ms. '
This (the most
the Nov. I election If he who to !Increase retirement pay.! Johnson hailed Congress as .S-bllllon tax bill was Important
When It adjourned, however "r111 cut tern passed Johnson'sown .
the Mth Congress had produced Said Sen. Russell B. Long, D ments under Social Security. among the most fruitful In history -,covering both Individuals andcorporations stamp bearing I I At cL4L"k;;
La: "This la too good an opportunity -The fight killed the payment .
first, a remarkable record of designed as a
for the President to miss. Increases, too. Democratic leaden figure the I
achievement That record Nearly all of the major bills stimulus to the economy and asa
eluded the most far reaching Sometime in a campaign speech Noting this House Republican passed were recommended by spur to private enterprise, I President got all but 1 of SI .S'l.tdL.
he', going say, The members of Leader Charles A. Halleck of the late President John F. Ken- major proposals which he sent HEAVY DUTY
+ cMJ right bin ever written Congress raised their own salaries Indiana acid In a statement nedy but only a few were sent to I -Ratification of the limited to the Capitol this year.

the largest and most carefully $7,500 but they didn't do Sunday that Johnson killed the the White House before his assassination nuclear test-ban treaty, holdingout Besides health care and the STAPLE GUN
calculated tax reduction in history anything for the old folks and chances of an Increase In Social the promise of some cold Appalachia bill, the casualtieswere
ratification of the Nuclear the poor, so I'm going to call Security payments "by personally On taking over the presidency war thaw and of ending pollu- bills to Implement the Drum ue M e/I'* ut eu...
Test Ban Treaty, approval of them back to remedy that. dictating that socialized Johnson immediately begana tion of the atmollphere.I I' International Coffee Agreement, 1:5: ""ffII' SUS":
President Johnson's historic Earlier in he session, the medicine be forced down drive for every item on theprogram -A big package of edlK'.Uon' to control water pollution to put Z
Southeast :Asia defense resolution House and Senate law I this low poke enfy
passed a congressional throats. and succeeded In win- bills, Including a 'I. -billlon' an additional I3SS million Into
and lest spectacular but to Increase the pay of their The lISt session dragged to a ning passage of most of them college construction measure, a'' the depressed areas program tnq. Celt tad, M...-
perhaps_even more Important members from $22,500 to WO- close Saturday when the Senate These probably are the top HM-blUion vocational education i and to liberalize the Immigration Jam-fe ,"'-. a.Mw IV
advances In education and mental 000. Last week. In their rush adjourned sine die at 1:41 .
i p.m. accomplishments of the Mth: bill a $231 million medical laws. : MIVII I ITAFLI IIZISi I sew IOKTIU ITA>IM '

,... health legislation. ".,v, "'. MI*. |1105 ciiuNe INITAUAHOJNC

:dared program Congress"war that also on If poverty"officially it was In not de-a I Christian Unity Vote Begun in Vatican TodayVATICAN CHESNUT OFFICE ;

I 'I';weeping or adventurous at mr

b least set an important new basis I CITY (AP) The the Roman Catholic Church, the' The 2 500 prelates in St. Pet, going revision for a vote expected new version of the schema takes ?
goal for the government. Vatican Ecumenical Council arrived issue of unity was the outstanding er's Basilica were to vote on the In several weeks. into account the view that the EQUIPMENT CO. INC.

: The approved today at the voting stageon objective foreseen for three chapters of the unity The first chapter of the schema Catholic Church was not blames ,
legislators even
the schema on Christian unity the council by Pope John XXIII !schema and individual articles discusses principles of less In 2.4
beginning bills in the areas of historical spills that Id w University PR .f.;.
a document with signlfLcance when he called It together
within the chapters.The menism. The second talks o f divided Christianity.
the arts and the preservationof for the entire Christian Pope Paul VI has made It I
documents and vot- voting was expected to ways to apply the principles
historic world. clear that he regards the issue list four days and include 11 The third covers the specific
/ ed ment's themselves employees and a the politically govern Along with modernization of the tame way ; ballots on the separate article problems of the Church's relations ENJOY THE I

and a final :3 votes accepting or with other Christians -
sensitive but well deservedpay
; rejecting each chapter.The Odthodox, Protestant and Anglk I
Increase.GM Civil Defense Exercise unity schema In 1MJ! had canSince I II FOOTBALL and WORLD SERIEf

five chapters, including one on I last year's council session
''I' Strike the Church's relations with the, experts from the Vatican's ,--
Almost Turns Air I
Tragedy'Jews and another on religious I Christian Unity Secretariat .
liberty. A number of council!I have rewritten the chapters on
Night Talks MIAMI (AP-A Civil Defenseair Their single-engine plane, which fathers argued at last year's I the basis of suggestions made -
exercise turned Into a lost- burst Into flame after they session that these two subject I by more than 500 of the bishop
plane search when four Holly- climbed out, was a wreck did not bear directly on th Sources In the secretariat said OhwHWdk1/il/QUllihf COLOR!
Stir HopeDETROIT wood area men made a forced "Two stumps came throughthe question of relations betwee I objections by non-Catholic observer -
ending In a mosquito ridden cockpit" said Capt. James Catholics and other Christians,. delegates to the council

(AP) A lengthy Everglades swamp. Pike 43. "They ripped the belly The two chapters were mad t were carefully looked over by I
night session among negotiators Eighteen hours after the risky out of the plane. Another sliced Into draft declarations appended I the secretariat and were found I
., spurred hopes today for endinga setdown at dusk Saturday all off a gasoline tank. We clippeda to the schema useful In drawing up the final
crippling strike which has four were rescued: ta good condition tree with a wing and It spunus Debate on them concluded I drafts. I 11 A.MX KM "I'M I )
shut off production of General by Civil Air Patrol comrades around and flipped the planeon last week. They are now under-,I The sources reported that the ,

Motors'. IMS automobiles. and the ,Cold Guard its back.

Bargaining teams from CM' "I unbuckled my belt and just
and the striking United Auto I Satellite fell out of the plane on my face ..
Workers Union met far Into the Into the swamp water It was a I .

night alter deciding to switch foot or more deep there." A Financing Plan Poi Every Needs
the emphasis In the negotiationsfrom Orbits Low Pike said he, pilot Capt Leroy -

local to national problems McKenzie, 41, co-pilot Ed
UAW President Walter P. CAPE KENNEDY AP) Hill 3>, and Mike Welser were

Reuther told newsmen that If America's newest scientific sat- trying to salvage their radio r ( OI.OR
negotiators could reach an quite, DIP-1, Is not as effectiveas when the aircraft exploded II
.agreement a national contract hoped because of a lower- Pike's face was singed as the
it probably would tend to than-planned orbit. four fled the flames.

accelerate the local discussions IMP-1, which stands for Inter The men splashed through
"We thought It was the better planetary Monitoring Platform swamp water to a knoll where i
part of wisdom to concentrateon was launched from Cape Kennedy they tied Items of clothing to 1
Issues to see Saturday night toward an trees as a signal for search'
the national now built better
for greater
from craft A Coast Guard helicopter
if we can make some headway orbit Intended to range I'
there" Reuther explained. 120 te Ml, 00 miles high picked them up Sunday after.
noon and brought them to l
Lewis G. Seaton. GM vice However, because apparent MI.ml.ne N
: substandard performance by the I
filers had taken off from
' cornt&W. Delta booster the orbit that
\ St. Petersburg Saturday afternoon
achieved stretched from 120
2: cIsbI was
for North Perry airport I
, (toof:.keel plant, demand to to only .._ miles. I
.... near Hollywood by way of Fort .
I mtUnal differences came Thus the satellite does not 100%
: cause was too slow on Uyers. t.k r HARDWIRED '
progress remain ta Interplanetary space, They said their plane's engine ?
I : the fecal level. -above eMN miJ -for the stopped without warning In TV CHASSIS '

1 -; The nationwide strike was lengthy periods desired for the flight and they had only time to
I ; caned Sept :8 when the two mission. However officials said fasten seal belts and broadcasta NOPRODUCTION
, ;:: sideg failed to agree on noe an nine experiments were operating -I distreu call before McKenziehad 1 *-
: economic Issues, although they and they expected to obtain to try his luck landing In ? SHORTCUTS "'
t, admittedly were close to agreement much valuable data about wilderness IS miles west of t -
on an economic package comic rays, magnetic fields Andytown.The .
: paralleling settlements at ford and solar winds. maneuver they were taking NO PRINTED j

=: *OIrJIIer", Major purpose of the satellite part in wu to test civilian CIRCUITS _
After a week of negotiationson Is to chart radiation hazard aviation's. capabilities In a simulated .
more than 11,001 1 local de- which threaten astronauts who emergency. After t h .1 r NO "r

minds, the list had been whit-" venture beyond the protective plane eacoreatered trouble the NEW ASSOCIATES r- COMPROMISE ...
tied down by little more than 2tat. ,- umbrella of the earth's atmosphere. -exercise wu converted fete aa WITH QUALITY _

air search. RUMILY GROWTHFINANCING ricee ssuue.... _
Reamer said Out finding the
key to one of,the .!,- remain DettItII MYt
big bsota might unlock the PLAN ki( M |..iuM. .e (nttl** walnut M.M ..'
olutfaav..te .several MadridotnstV r. n4 select ..... Mo avelMMeW 625 -'
since many concerned, trend Frt...Miat ..,.... M Ckerryff -
arsMveMeas at GM plants u...... venues aiM esaee.
l> provide money for 3 of the)most
..coast ... .
tress coast
Important npejnditureM of young ZENITH COLOR TV $399

American familie' I 14AJ ,

WElOTSOIlS Medial. .. home famWiinfi.. home InprweSMnte. -
... new jroa tma meet ad your family Mode
-ail at .*ee-with la* Ae ciatM Family
Growth ftaanrau Plan tWtt c .s4*. ai you S Supe, Gold Video C$2 clI.,1f Patented
.. -. k r rs...w.r..a.r MTL .. r-r, I ,mete ttat. OM em esniemt monthly peyaasntanaldpls -. tUft"" g system, with Color new can sue"tnItCIIt'1 ::.
'I'..1. w aw.1.a .-- I.Menu t eA.rya
... .. S Automatic Color Cut off eweuNry IJdutoye:
u.- That A.artet let yon goner sad build your M-ItvsII Color levis COfItof.COUCH'S .
..... -: Pea pay eoaafotoMy, while Jew
auMEstunuCTOJAX .... ...... 401 N. IUY ;
r isrttl There are ever gOO A.ehtss .mess emnt-ter

..-..". I ass .O'iI_,....., ...............,. Main St. 6 WAYSNORTHCENTRAL .

& t
,., A ASSOCIATES fl,11.. ,,.,
... ., fray M ...... :
.,... Ft Asworr...... bltctioii of ZENITH R.rhs-SNrwi=TV,.,
oma AT aUNM Men* 1911 N. state .....f, 'AlNllYIUI..I72:2I1t .- .

f ... l.. .lIo.-. '


c ,,
l . 4 i 6

L. ._ --r.. ... .. 1.Y .. ;. -.-.;;..:.....=:;. q tar!}cI TVt s. i""i"'. '!!'i.r, :"!.:.. l xt I .._ ..

.""'- ,

i'}. :AIM. J.. .

'":: ,t";


>":'::::'GeIIl..UI. Sun Monday October 5. 1964..


I; iHarris Survey But Are the TV Viewers? Set ForFellowships /

On \ Baker Case HearingsWASHINGTON
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP But some evil spirits are apparently ; I

,;, 'r. -B- From Page 1 Tefcvblon-Il Writer affecting too many of,

""*.. : NEW YORK (AP) Jackie the new programs. With a few I (AP) The can be obtained: on the stadium performance:

'A'JcartfuIIy' drawn cross-section of the electorate was asked: Gleason's move to Miami has very notable' exceptions, the A Dec. 1 deadline has been Senate Rules Committee' decides Williams\, charged that McCloskey bond.
set for for the 1985M
t' "Do you tend to believe or not believe in the following statements not 10 far- made any difference quality of the new shows seems application I today If enough of Its a Philadelphia contractor : The White House r nom cecISept.2
In the format and qualityof way off. The stories are often Congressional Fellowship members show whether It "
been people? up -
that have made by some for science, who won i the contract for that Johnson had CIJ'odered ))
ATTITUDES his show. The only thing that silly and dull and the charactersare Program political will hold public hearings before
T WELFARE STATE construction of the District of an FBI Investigation. Me
and law. school fa
t" ,%; VOTING FOR seems faintly new Is that Joe Just not Interesting. Journalism' the election on an explosive Columbia Stadium with a low Closkey Issued a statement

,' ,,_ Total Goldwater Johnwi the Bartender now Is parting his The general level of network culty. 'I.political payoff charge that bid of |14.2 mil ion, made an laying he had paid Reynolds the

Voters Voters VotersT hald on the side Instead of the television is so pedestrian that The fellowships Include J a'links Bobby Baker with Mat overpayment of $35,000 to DonB. exact amount for which be was

'i :: ((37% of aU ((63% of all middle. of minimum stipend of $4,500. thew McCloskey, former top Reynolds a local Insurance billed.
on a recent night a showing .
': voters) voters) most of which Is tax exempt, fund raiser for the Democrats. for the .
TEND TO BELIEVE: The Defenders" last week a fairly recent'1eatur. movie i agent on the premium II
2.., Per Celt PIT Cent Per Cent traveling expenses. Win The Baker' Investigation reopened performance bond. "
the I
wound up a delightful\ two-part romped off with an ratings oars .
win be to Washington
.Bev reliance, Is a trait of the story full of warmth and gentle honors. I for brought of work in I last week by the committee The senator caned this' "a PROPANE
.strong 84 88 83 a year on orders from the Sen- kickback" and "a payoff and
humor. .
Government be used to The problem is compounded the offices of members of Con ate
must packs a potential political said on the' basis of a statement LP-
protect the weak 74 62 77 "Gunsmoke" continues about by we viewers who have seen so gress. Iwallop because of Baker's close from Reynolds, that $25,. '"Gis' ,

,Government,must see that no one as usual except Matt Di lon's many programs on so Winners will be selected on I association with President John 000 of it was channeled through

i3s: without food, clothing or sidekick Is an unshaven fellow nights that. we are mlny. a national basis by a committee son when Johnson was the Democratic Baker' Into the 19M i Kennedy. HOTTU THAN'

:;. -shelter M 64 73 who Isn't as appealing as Ches harder and harder to of Congressmen, newsmen leader of the Senate and Johnson campaign fund.< *"* NATURAL GAl

Welfare and, relief make people ter. And I'm worried about Kitty and political scientists. Preference Baker was secretary to the Williams'displayed 'a of Cook i
"Jflzy 64 M M Matt's unklssed lady friend A case in point was Friday. la given to applicants Senate Democrats copy tHtot.Wat .
lN,205.tt: cheek from Me-
Bob Theater a
.night's Hope on
America can lose struggle with for these 10 years. She has taken NBC of light-hearted between the ages of 23 and 35 The Rwes'Committee FobedBaker' Closkey't company.to Reynolds.II Low Cost \
,. a piece
_" abroad by goingSocialist to drinking neat whiskey who have academic
Communism superior
idiocy called "Think Pretty," affairs last summer He said this compared with the ,
-: at home M 7S 52 after aH these years of toying training.
'' which and found him "guilty,of many 173,01.21 "actually'owed" for FR 6-5110 .
provided some pretty ;
TBCNew Deal has outlived its with a mug of beer. Maybe Doc About 17 fellowships'are gross improprieties.? the jlremlum' and I eomm1IsIaD :
H 44 brittle bones to support an appearance }
-"jBsefulnesi better speak to
awarded each and usually
Bittseak want a handout 47 51 45 by Fred Astaire and year, The payoff charge leveled by
< always old shows are divided equally between Sen. John J. Williams R-Dei i
be Many of the are Baffle Chase. Occasionally .Astaire .
B" > government can shape. and Miss Chase would political scientist and Journa In a Senate speech Sept 1, led
...... menace to Individual libIMer back and In pretty good
a 66 35 break Into 'a dance and while lists. to new hearings last Thursdayand

.. ,w krty Democrats, unions reBJye Death Penalty that lasted, aU was welL Then Applications are available at Friday' but Baker Mo MlOI l Y'
the American Political Science Williams and
too much protection 37 7J 25 we'd go back to a silly story Closkey other key ,
Association, 1726 MassachusettsAve. figures were not called.
are not for the 'OK atTimes' about an adventure in the I
Republicans forking: !! people 13' 41 record-making business. ,N.W., Washington D. C. Repubican presidential candidate I .

used to BOSTON (AP) Evangelist Barry Goldwater and' Just toll us how much Ya : tw 24
liberal r tax: system is of need to pay old '
if us were you
Maybe so = =
-i'punish success 30 48 24 BUly Graham says he believes many sated Marx Estate other Republicans have accusedthe bills' for home Improvements "I ssF1e ,

,Depressions take place when Re- capital punishment Is permissible not entertainment we Democrats of a coveru f anda car repairs $185.00 $11X0 $42100 $25.00 "

publicans in office 27: ,7 34 under certain conditions. might find television, a lot better Over Million whitewash In the Baker case for all your 269.00 1100 537.00 31.00 ..
seasonal I
3m evident that a political leader can find an effective Issuebyopposing Dr. Graham who opens a than we think It Is. '" under pressure from the White Phone for expenses.prompt 33800 20.00 eoo.oo 34,39

any broadscale extension of the New Deal welfare religious crusade at Boston Recommended tonight: 60 INDIO, Calif. (AP) An House. / courteous service. r"Mk ImlM*iworaot........... .

phUi.oph1. But it is equally apparent that the emphasis of Garden tonight told a news Bristol Court," premiere NBC, estate of more than a million I Today's committee meeting, t
and does not Include conference "I believethe 7:304 EDT Three separate dollars left LOANS UP TO $.6OGlmIIUr
votgrs is on the word "extension" man- Sunday: was by-comedian behind closed doors wu called

date. to undo the past 30 yean of welfare measures. Bible allows, that under but related situation comedies; Harpo Man. I by Chairman B. Everett Jordan

M past surveys have shown part of !the reason for this dramatic certain conditions capital punishment o' "Andy Williams Show" NBC .- Marx the silent harp-playing D-N.C., to decide on Republican

change about social reform is that !the problems of the Is permissible In the 10 premiere as a weekly member of the Marx Brothers 'demands that public hearingson ,

J colt ty have shifted from physical hunger to mental strain and eyes of God." show with Jack Benny and comedy team died Sept. 2S at Williams' charge be held ,

stress. Part Is the continuing Ugh level of prosperity that exists He said God's condemnation Jonathan Winters; "The Alfred 71. His will was filed for probate promptly. But since! Congresshas FINANCE SltVICkV INC

uuHiiit of the country. But part too, is that today's welfare of extreme sin such u murder Hitchcock Show," NBC,10.11- Saturday. adjourned, there is some of Gainesville

needy now center heavily among the Negro minority In the rape and kidnap has at much return to NBC with a story Named sole beneficiary was doubt quorum of the commit

nation> *This has transformed the issue of welfare extension from strength today. In the day of of political vengeance starring Marx's wife of 28 yean former tee's nine members six Democrats 204 S. E. First Street .. u to.U to u FR 6-4661 llI f

the economic self-interest of the 1930s to a question of Justice ancient Israel. Peter Fonda. I actress Susan Flemln,. and three Republicans -

for"people who happen to have darker skins._I
) Some Brass i i Police .said< $311 worth of 1

brass axis bearings were miss II

: BAIT LAKE CITY, Utah log from a Denver and Rio ,

I; (AP} Thieves with lots of Grande freight ear parked on a

brass lifted a boxcar Sunday aiding. They said the only wayto '

and:made. off with some more get the bearings off was to

brass.. lift the car. ::." -' I

__ MD" : ,
TIle .HM MM Pod Wilor Pliti Com.mlHlM. Tho. 0m4 MM) mat Wlttr PM C_ t : :
ol IM ...>. ot PMrMo. wMorWM. ...1...... N 5l ..... ii ,,-. 50459 ',J" ':," to' ", ,
k. vlrtuo ot IM oawor MM 11I_ ....w virtue NM oowor end ..o5.Sy _.
NV' 'MO, a.C0., aL N AILS.. fnnM win Stcltan 30. of Ar. : V I' : "
1 :r tik CkMtttuli it Iht HON ot Melt Iv ot In* CwntHvlkn M CIIo SUM 1 I ]
PSIdi. o .......... .M vs-OW W ClIo It MMV.' Wlomtor 5555.4 0100111.1. W J' TOO I
I- N5Mt1, 10 lee.OM ... ..... rI PhMO M 55150,559 10
leI' RSWISw tit N .... sad, .... PWN 5 ............ N /A.CMIIMINI \ ';; i II''" f
in- 1: =.. m. n An ..= a In Ntl.w 0,151 Mid /w ; 1 !
bHi alter ........ piorWoliMMriM U WH Mlwr Spriw, Plorl- : ,,
MIt1NIeI.. .d II e r.N50 Sr III IMICCo 50 e..sl.w M .... Mlo. ..Hiif ..*. ,", Ii! '
ale. IIfrCN rI ...... .... 11Nw5e. I.. '.M- .... k eiKVM County. Pkr.nw' .r:) 1. "I.:. I l i.
,. ink M Olktirht County, florin ,1 .1 lt.t ii.l qJ 4. > I
.... MrsCMwnsslI N III leu....... Co, t4 "\ ..' '':' '. { 1M
TWmhlk' M IM, oil *.. T. /1' '' 1 rv'l't Y ?dM
Ronio it lot NNWR1ISC1 YiWr1 J
ttaM U U tylnt. ass ol StoH RIM : i- C::The a1N ,,: \
5. t2- Nwn Pa/Nr,..: aallaw.. AON h.S rim SWIR .. (\ : \ ;;. ; ,0 i
lyl.e awls N er r.N .. tr'-I1 :slNiartM: < ;
*>HM1M ROM a to Sill / ,
:1l1r: NarIll Ie IM NvICwsS wasp N ... l
ROM lof it ,
All fI 55dNrw. .,. 5 1L 1M. U olio .1140 55 5110 55 .a.cI.I1.. .. ....sNa L \ ,r .,/ '."'. '.
... ... .... I I
al r0 M 0wnY1MN i '.
C I: M 55 j I'
: j 1 .. sue M leNWMR55R ,; 'I 't.J ': ; ,.,

..:."-n: t.. ,Ii. 0 500 4 soAN 5 ''jSlHo; II III rI"'- 't .. .-.t t I : i. ',h '1(11 ..

"' 'l N sub Is541rw 1- l1a.1' 1l. .as .rd. I' M or-- /ISis .P51155Ail. NIl 551.... II 5th e...;;;;;dew \ i i ., ::,: .

:TIIIt ......111N.,....W.A.so Nd nor 55..Illy*t MHM ......0r.45541500-59 IM WIlt llAt J ',," .. "" ..1 ,' .- .
.. iM tell P.11d N MmmM.ss1A ea '
Ii 0.'ALDRICNre.r..w rytnf ON) In Mtht (SIOMltl .i :
,..- *> miles f rtOM 511) MtHi rI t
,., THIHIMMI MirMlon. ..: ; : ;,
........... All HIM MrNon N tKUM 5. T,, N, : : : ,: j jO
lass) .s N slid arm TMMJIIP s 5.1,4 55050 : ,
10 SMI, WWt .N. elN seed OM ,
1'1o.Tt Jf1Fc 1t COURT' 0 N 011 -'Y ,
CIRCUIT of TNU A. Do ALDRICH. ....!., '
1 LMcc PLOP/OA IN ANO POP ....... .! : : :".,'
/N CNANCUY' -51IS 504 P0550 W.IM P5503W ; )"I' !f ;{ .
PATI.NC5' MAY 0'11r..a..AT'.NCa' smSns c.-..... 0
MAY ssomieI. ) NO .t' .
:: ', .
.r.., ..
., \\1
SION1: CI CYITDIN AND 1'11'1'(1: "" 1 I,'
CHAUllmNRV ... "
IMOTH. j jIICITICI 1 il' \ ;"'" .
THS rrrre OP FLORIDA III suit TOI W DIPANTMINT OPPLOSIDA. r ':' ," \' '.1' ,, oi"I..:" I. ," ,., '..I 'I

1 CHARtas H1NRY SMOTMSRSRB M ,omy kt,M Itkhj ef '' : 'l\JJ: 1 \J : .1 : ': :,: > ..::1-
"'* PMrll. ,, "
: .
t" 'I' .,1 ,
MMClrmn '
a ., AMW-Mo. Court lee ..... "A.... .HALUltkl.WfNnes.' '; ".,: .1jI' ., t". .', .' I, ,1 '" '0 .1 t '

''........ ........ "Mr"" AsM IM' e'' ems MIN .. ; : I -' \, '.. ...

S NITS IF' /? III Court 550' 1ou.pf.c.Nlnd Anew. ,SY NOTICp THS AUTHORITY l IN TMB,aT NAND.. <,! (. ':: :. ...:...'= .::...'"":. ::. : ,

:: CHyton, AnowtDuncM"\. ;! TATS OP PLORIDAI I, f; y ee o5 A.... NNr 4,. P.M. I.
ASmi fi' ,. Sr ... ".Inll", 1M Joknilw MI5 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCSRN, '. ; .".. 7, t
MM nrWM clWmlMj
orM Ik oil MB*
Melli MI 1 '
0.5.IIN. Ps-s. tit .. '"' IIINI, S. "
9110 "
SNi '
MY '
555.0. l51. dry N Noe ..... NIt ,, tit ? :, ,: : :
I. kr *
Na-INI n5l. mofhmi .. fkr'lljk M5.. .... .. ,
ens. WNL 00 Mired =::. =. C..I ::: =: ...: caw .:=... O.w t,.,' ., .t ,\'.\ .' ,, \ I ., I I II"t'
Wi?Nets my HM* on1 MO it MMMi ,.5.1 5111 Nl .news Pew i
C..rt 71' O.Nwwlls., AI.CArw County. MM .= ky nVouoor MMor if:; ; : PNrlSr.... sus tIIy N alai,, ,INL OrwWP 05.. who .re 454. who .'. ...r;. ",. ..... "" ,'\ I .
Y S CAllljUeHAI", in nth /kM <-.N Circuit Court IttH IrMtov tor N 4.555. 51 'j t \!" .. .' 0 } '" .. ..... I
,....... Nnei5. .
(1.AL1ANdW Camp' Ixin M Soon knew Mss ", I ;
'r ,' : ,It. ; q'" ..1,4. .
JJU> .... It I*. M sae N* anTJwIMr .. -.- '1'. '.., \ hr,,' ,
/OA. N JUDICIAL cPR'cU P1.0P1. UMnwm 't.' 'j" f ,\ :. ,. lRY; h:. '" ....
AND PeALACHUACOUNTY. IN 1110 Nw aNANrw a "' ,,......" ..... "' '0.,1,1 [t",, A '
'N C..V NO. i Ho**it LMI Jtlniom I I" "
Aiefc-4..TRICIA USlww. ,. ,
"D NA lit I' .A
"" "
1 : "M SCKAROVW TIle Mrs. ....Urelees.. rI L5 115M ,< 1 1 I I: "" t '..:' ;... ,

DLINp .,, ass .... lit '1\\ .' ., .
j -
'MMKf oP to/t ...... I. "
TIle rI 1 9 9S ,. ,
(NTE 1 0' THE STATS 0' A'N unf saw 1:4 ...
... H* 1SIKWMM m :.;, I 'l..1t I. rill' .
WfJ.1iilc.. ... ', '
Ne1PIN/w) saw .....V/rONI... MIIIM,, Hilt HiN InOLMtHMSNe 110.OI.OW.... m H eeKIIIPJIJ erriSJn 0'.1/ ,

Ms. *- ', STATION ISM.71'M ,
ICKARo fem Ij "
Circus' :-' \
C HV- MjnHI JutfteM Circuit, oM T1Iet ,.. \ J ",
tor MMMk County. Plorhw :. youSSStL TIle rI NN Hilt N saTwdWA0 l _
M 5.11 smoses OIN.M 0 awN4 RMae w 1 W ,
...... N till y.5 sOHM Anus/ M III Nic-N N C.r.toe5aeM ( u" : =
bonus. Ie .... ClInt ...... .....'n In. Norm HuBHry OfUcrta eSn.S ,
III ...s ISIS .101114 ..,... 31 M e mnt ........ _.II -I" -
lit If ew cr59. u .... Ci.. lott .0N IM Montwort Mr or 1 H-o 1 /lr' :-. .
cult Cane I m .M fit A''...... cowty, IMP/. I5a,1 nm 1.1111 N 0550... 1 ,' _..
PiiirM.. oml you on Mroky wmmawl..5sAI. 101 toil to IM oikoglmliik ;
v 01" I. Pjini
d ... N tl your will..Msl.I.F ol otafOMM ...... lilt .... ....
... .. IM ConooMiot > a.., ,. 559111 M ** "* .
: : :
: ::
.NI you ki IM ssI ::I.N.now.. Jgg N LUPIN3Y HII :.
ll" Sort M *.. 55.5II .
::1--'lU l wA::
as- ....... IN SM.SN011 I
aP0" "
fur mnni IM t=,,"rI"I't.II.C M.flM irtki own..Tr"! Sinioi yrM :: Mr. T. W. Hill received 26 colts on this ad and rented the apartment to i ::

511 ter AlocMk County ''',1cIe. NCI loot Ik IM PMIorro rI 5505511,5.C.oS51n5 ,or the first caller.: Note 2S ._-
iffekki IM Court HOM ki e51wr I : more prospects are available. To rent buy. sell 1 .
5015. 50 51511 IM 1151ee 1.N Is'.. SN. ,;, .... \' ....< .0 I
.... .. l
1fMo ,
Ms. lift : or trade place your od "In. Northcentral Florida's largest shopping center, -
5..N54.1 Jonoo 5, JSoMh&uitt 121 HIUI ..... IWtII we5 M 1d rI I .

M5wNc\ Ay.rw1. O.NNIM sa. 7K 11 PIMA. *"' :".':7 ::.=:.:'S1N15S-J ..r the classified section of the Gainesville Sun. ''fIIt. 'i

M o>-.*>ro MM MN M rooulrooy' Pe M*. of M Jk**** -' .
HOT- All MI Norm M frMk V WSS.
M loot H on* ** o*. nmn >* ;

.....131... ClN_ LH Nee 0d .... 50. THIS ADVERTISEMENT COST ONlY 68' PER DAY. :
11I'M_.. .CIMIV N wltttnt mrUM. it sY. ; m el

n5. ...... 59d ...
: .
It 5, v.... W .c1 N P5 s AO.er.ar.la ," t- '
If '" 505.4 Y Cs-SIn t.w1.W w 0150 tit _
!. 4 II .nor
I 011.1. 5.55 m'Bt. -- nth to no Potitwi .......... Wo III
'..lE" ho dIy 5. ISSScI. I .. : 'II C OM H Mk ..rlM....CM>* II HAIIL 'TlfllA ANN 1505 *.. WeN .
w OLIN 'VO'N' ,., ., :
av LwM.M..-r-: .. .... A501l ) .
W 0II0U.D Woe 5thS.r .... WW ens' 4v : 'ff
.. dew 154 M M M w.N !
.MM.M I" a5a. 5 III .nw 05*
.I. .::=s M .1591. M j M. CALL 378-1411 1

=rr'i- = Con's.C.1n.Y. ;a WITNCU my MMl kJ *k tMt itMM ,
Court M ISIS |M) .. kt 01* ,
... .C.... "' ... Mr, A. 0. ..... '

..... tad C.w1, Pw' M CUrk J. .. CA.MICHAfCusit ... GAINESVILLE SUN DEFT. A A1I
.WIIti Mew In oM P* AMCM. (o-| .

IV"...,-I.... ..- ,.. ,, f H }. ... ."
/ C LAWSMAI11A11 }(t'II .' .."
I ::wMt' 11>"' ,, '
I --- .UCI 1 D..NllllMOI.LAIIO ..ULONNTALLA"AIIS. .... ..... tJJ.J': .. f .. Qio"";'

slaOS .. ., N 1. IL ... N


+rt. ... ...- -
"" -- .
: :

11 .


,Cards Emerge, NL Champs r is isLM


I II I Mets Sew
Trample to Up


.,r4 ove First Pennant Since '46By +,

a .el+

MIKE RATHET straight la less than 24 hours to Curt Flood and then Schultz the

Associated Press Sport Writer the Mete and were in danger veteran 38-year-old knuckleballer -

Johnny Keane rushed out 01 Sunday until the fifth Inning as ended It

g the SL' Louts dugout, shook New York held a M lead. He came in with two runners LI
hands with Barney Schultx and But after a leadoff walk to on in the ninth and one out Ay
kissed Mrs. Keane before beading Lou Brock by Meta' starter Charlie Smith struck out but

for a champagne shower. Galen Cisco the Cardinals got Rod Kanehl singled In a run.

Just X minutes before, Dick started Then Ed Kranepool hit a foul
is s Shier had trudged into the Cincinnati Bill White singled and Ken pop down the third-base Bne.
: Y 5 dressing room and Boyer slapped a double down Catcher Tim McCarver raced

4 plopped penny on his desk. I the left-field line that tied the after it as Keane raced out to

r r Keane came out the winner In score 3-2. White came home on congratulate SchulU. _
of the Nation Dick Croat's and ,3 h
one tightest grounder one _
I At Cincinnati Sisler started
League pennant battles In history out later Dal Maxvill ripped a John Tsltourls, considered by
his Cardinals the that another
as whipped ingle produced
many a gamble. He was gone
w New York Meta tl-S Sunday. run.
by the third toning. Six others
clinched their first pennant Choked Threat followed with much the same
since 1MI on the final day of the
The Mete came back with a success as the tables were i
season and avoided the possibility run In the sixth but Bob Gibson turned on the Reds who had A
of the first I
three-way playoffIn choked oft that threat, the Car. started the Phillies on a 10.I ELATED CARD CATCHER TIM IfcCAAVEE
history. dlnala continued: to build their,game losing streak that cost
Sister came out the loser at Leaps on Relief Pitcher Barney Sel alta
Philadelphia drubbed his Oncbmatl lead en homers by White IAP -...... ta fw ears)

club IM and left the tadAGAINST
MORE THAN 30,000 CARDINAL FANS HOLD SIGNS IN STADIUM Phillies and Reds tied for second OLE MISS

,,Show That It Han Been IS Years Since Team Last Won Pennant place, one game behind.
UP H tile tun, When Staler entered the Reds'

Ex-Cardinals' Fan Returns i hope dressing lost Cardinals any for opportunity a room outright three-way Cincinnati but to could tie tie if still had the St Gators to Follow Suit?

Louis lolL The Scoreboard

however showed the Cardinals ""I -

Homeas.Enemy'Wednesday leading W after seven Innjngt. By DUO STURGEON -=

"Very lorry"term Associates Press Sports Writer -

very sorry we couldn'thave : Florida, which baa ten fellow =
By MIKE RECHT weeks and then had to catch when 'the Yankees' won, four won It for that gentleman darkhorse Kentucky graduate. to j 11tf1. s. t ts4\ -

ST. LOUIS (AP) Yogi Ber- Cincinnati in the final five days. games to one. 'The Cardinals oved there" said Sisler as be greater things win get a chance Okhtesuille( Sun SPORTS ...:,

ri, a St. Louis Cardinals' fan asa The Yanks, too, had their won four straight the year be pointed to the ailing Fred to follow suit this week when the .. I

youngster will return home troubles this year having to Hutchlnson: Gators clash with" the Rebels of ,
Wednesday as the enemy and come from. six games back fore.The series starts Wednesday Then he reached in Us pocket Mississippi.The ,.. -
the Cards are ready for him. before clinching the champion in St Louis with Whitey Fort, and pulled out a penny and said Florlda-Ole Miss contest t I Chattanooga at Auburn Georgia 1 game win be played Dee. .. Tide, held to a .4 ue at halftime I

Yogi Is looking forward to the ship Saturday. They finished 174, expected to start for the I he had found it In the cab coming will be the first meeting between and demson at Athens. Tennessee Kentucky used two recovered I turned on the steam In the I

homecoming; but he will be one game in front of Chicago. Yankees against Ray Sadeckl, to the game Sunday He also the two Southeastern Co*, and Boston Collage. at Knox fumbles and a 15-yard touchdown .second half and wilted the Commodores : I
returning as manager of the Tar Times 20-11, for the Cardinals. had found a dime and a sickle ference schools since Ittl and t villa and Vanderbilt and Wake on a pass Interception by as Joe Namath threw

New York Yankees the CardI-! The Cardinals and Yankees I The second game Thursday n the dugout Saturday."I la nine previous engagements I Forest at Nashville. Rodger, Bird to stop Auburn two touchdown passes and ran

nab opponent In the World have met four times In the I St. Louis will likely pit New thought they were good the Galore have managed. only Even though the game la getting each time It got within scoring IS yard for another marker.

Series."I World Series each winning York rookie Mel StotUemyreM. hick pieces but I guess they a victory and a tie, while losing top priority by Florida, the range Tennessee beat' MississippiState
didn't care which of the twice. The last time was In IMS' against Bob Gibson 1..12.S.I. weren't," he .said and tossed seven times. battle to Gainesville II'even Sidle played the game with when a gamble for the

clubs won over there as long ss the penny away.Meanwhile I This Is considered: the best more important for Mississippi his Injured shoulder In s bar two-point convection backfiredon
there was no playoff," Bern I' about one half Florida team In years and a The loss to Kentucky put the ness, but wu still effective hitting the Bulldogs
sail after the Redbird clinched' r rl hour later the Cardinals were victory over the deflated Johnny Robs' back to the wan and a eight of II passes for N
the pennant Sunday. "We wanted tossing champagne In their I Reba would remove the Ga second lose would certainly yards and running for another I.! Quarterback: Jim Weatherly .

to get started without delay. dressing room and obviouslytired ton from the darkhorse class knock them out of the race In other games, Alabama scored two touchdowns and i
"But it will be good to go Keane, trying to catch his and put them Into the contending something they were an odds-on stopped Vanderbilt 244 Tennessee -! passed for a third as he guidedthe
breath, wu being closely favorite to win. Rebels of Mississippi to their
home. Coach Ray Graves silently nipped Mississippi Slate 14-
watched by the Cardinals' physlclsn spot 24 Record I victory over stubborn Houston.Ole .
"Bring on the Yankees, jubI- believes they deserve. 13. Ole Miss rolled over Houston
Dr. I. C. Middleman."Oh Mist trailed M st balftlme. =
The Qstors wbo have 2-0 :
lant St. Louis Manager Johnny Kentucky which pulled off Its 314 and Georgia and South
Keane told a crowd thronging : man I'm glad that'lover. second straight major upset of record: were to have received Carolina played to a 7.., tie. The Georgia finally got Its offense

Busch Stadium long after the Keane"said. "Maybe I the season Saturday night by their final examination last Sat Duke-Tulane game was postponed going, but Just couldn't get Intu

Cardinals 'defeated the New r.,44' Mpr can rest now. stunning Auburn and the Jimmy urday night but Hurricane Hilda because of the hurricane, the end tone against South Caro I I

York Meta 11-5. + Fourth Place Sidle express 204, Is BO longera forced postponement of their ,Tamed On StoanBe !. line The Bulldogs had drives I
rksr The San Francisco Giantswound
: showdown with unbeaten and favored
Brake Tie I
but definite contender i
darkhorse a
The .triumph broke a first up In fourth place,,before losingto ; for the championship Louisiana State. The fourth ranked Crimson ;:. r'i' .
tie with Cincinnati: which the Chicago Cubs M .
place 10.0 and Manager Al Dark was fired and Other SEC Game
lost to Philadelphia
ended thought of a two or Coach Herman Franks namedhis The only other conference
three-way playoff. The Reds successor. game Saturday pairs Tulane and

and the Phillies finished one e Milwaukee blanked I Pittsburgh Mississippi State In a battle of
back. M and finished fifth the winless at Starkvllle. Major

game The pennant is the 10th for the -4- _..._...r.. "-- .., ....,, a..1 while the Los Angeles Dodgers I non-conference: games match un-
Cards but their first since 19M, NEW AND OLD OF GIANTS whipped Houston 11.1 and tied !beaten Kentucky a g a In. t FOR IRISH GRIDDERS

in contrast to the Yankees, who Herman ,Franks (L). Alvin Dark the Pirates for sixth place., unbeaten Florida State at Tillahasaee. -I .

in their 29th The Cardinals who will Alabama and NorthCarolina
will be playing open Tuscaloosa By BOB lOOSING Missouri W-7 and Wyoming 40-14 lashing by WC, belts Teaas -
State at
series and a record- the World Sake at home againstthe
tying post-season fifth straight Franks Replaces Yankee., had lost twoCNICAOO Other, ,games, pair Auburn and I I Asaaelatel Press tseris Welter. rocking Kansas 1714. at Dallas In another feature
Toe era of Ara began la an Ohio State and Illinois, both game this week. Fourth-ranked
The long wait IS years aura of promise at Notre Dame, unbeaten may decide t the eventual Alabama coming off a 24-0
and which the they spectacular did It made the way pen- I National League Boxes I:Now senior John Huarte Big Ten winner when they conquest of Vanderbilt, meets
Giants' Al Dark .
cant all the more satisfying for minus n monogram -Is stirring collide at Urbana Saturday. North. Carolina Stats, ,Texas
the Cardinals and their fans N f B(( MN ,...IIeIlC...... sew v..soiN 51. lasts 05,5W memories of (he glory: The Buckeyes switched to AM visits Southern Cal. UCLA
into the Stow* H H M. AIM" A :f Kim .. 4 1 IM'MIHM :.'CCWWsW ,'cia,.. 'three' yards and a cloud ofpasses" Invades. Syracuse: which. staged
it n
who .whooped up SAN FRANCISCO (AP-Her- Just prior i to the stadium new rI.. 1 ,sun-J. e ItWIII M,S 4 1 i t When spring practice ended, completing IS of 22 s comeback to beat Holy Cross
night.St man Franks,' with a conference which Dark didn't r' HMmM d Ie ih'S:
one-year .
Louis trailed Philadelphiaby liMi Ik I 1'1' If' Coach Aar Paneghisn Haled tosses for IM yards and a score M4 and Mississippi at riori.TenlhrsiuW
( in the final two, contract, must know how tough attend, be said he could make I BJ 0OiMWCr.seA: : : r quarterback ss his big question In the 174 conquest of Indiana. dI'
Itt 't
I : :
games 5It. 4 ihe
it Is to manage the San Francisco no comment He left the clubhouse .. 4brttll 1 S .:::: ",' 4. .. mark. Suddenly Haurto has s Illinois' quarterback Fred Cur Washington
Giants when Alvin Dark before the conference 1 1 .'..M'N !' ..-, ie eln..s I: '
ws jKkM I" L_ e slice-se I vise-grip on the throttle and has lards upstaged Northwestore's victim of Iowa passes and
., loses the Job after never finishing -over. I ,.,,rmt." ( .5e5 eee 5: steered two straight victories,' Tom H,... hitting on 10 of 13 Its own mistakes to the One of

Series out of the first division in The 42-year-old Dark managed ;Ml I I ; TMM... StsMI TAW M NI M1NNe.w NI- Including a Moll triumph ever for 141 yards with 174 results. "ll, wlU play host to Oregon

lour seasons.: the Giants to the pennant, TOM* Ml. lit T.IIy'w'SS1 : M. r- ....,. .. ,.. N. IM InI1e"kb Purdue Saturday. I Meets Tease Stab And Navy starts It an off
Dates Dark's ebb won the National and two third-place finishes CMM lm fn .... CNN::: Ls" L's LO,_kIa* o.-M.r Yea II, N.vM L..u 1.N. Nest: Dofemlv+mlnded Air Oklahoma which: has had a against Georgia Teen at Jacktonvllle -

League pennant in 1161. !prior to this year. The Giants I 1-_ DP- Mn I. SOT .rwckn as.-Mee.r..5. e..d t **f*. Klw Force. week elf to recuperate from a Fla., Friday night
Horace Stoneham, club president lost the World Series to the New I.i s- .srvsi-r--- ".-..... ..,. WMW IJII Pled III. t Kentucky, which toppled Mir.
By THE ASSOCIATED. PRESS made the announcement! !York Yankees In seven gamesin I4>l. mmit la. ). SS-........ r-<-clone. II. epicene ilselppl front- top rank lag.

This Is the schedule for the of the switch from Dark to 1M2. Jason.e..MM.if N a eases* .was..L...4-H 4 >i I e I e 4 i IM i shocked MvwIth-place Auburn
World Series between the St Franks Sunday at Candlestick JKIMUWM-M a e I t J I ,Top Teams Vie
P..r, k 11.11 I t e' / ISEH"1 ,JM Saturday.I4tb.
Louis Cardinals champions of Park after the fourth-place __ / I 11
t J .
: e e e . in S : Iw J J'SHIM Mralgk4Tailback
the National League and the Giants lost to the Chicago Cubs P.r.Y hcW I w0 III ad.1I Ernie Key ran and
New York Yankees, champions the final of the Gator Team .. 4- .c. I .- .. II 1 i ,
M to game see- kicked Tans' .... 1 Longhorns
of the American League announced I CI:. ,.. I ..... t'for '' In State 'Preps
in.The Neveee LeI ....LI. "'.- Cs'Ma. w.s..I4 to a 14m straight victory over
by Baseball Commissioner dismissal of Dark confirmed Will Have Ii ..... ..110 .a-Mtc.e.N I. ,-_ 511III. Army 174 scoring both .....
Ford Frick.Wednesday J.ds N ;::..: u a ,
an exclusive report by! ...I. ::f: so from behM fourth quart
Oct 7, New York The Associated Press to early =i n.i i oosw w =1'1;S Sosy : /TTNUeeM MIIWAWaee touchdown: ....11. MIAMI (AP) -For the first. Dupont. JacksonvUle Parker .
Ad.eras'iJIM..A HIM since the Miami Herald'sprep and Jacksonville Jackson
j. at St. LouisThursday August 'Nice Rest'fey M... w r I :: o..s d ? i : so 1 :u :: ... sills Yale remsetf to an unprecedented football poll was tsangor eacJI. 2* 'I
S New York Franks' managerial .. fells
Oct. only previous L iHESAeiJMT II r ed'.d Mfc triumph, 144 at
THE ASSOCIATED PAll .. .. IT..I. flIMd sled tour ef the state'i tint '
at 51. Louis experience. was one year t"ras .e Hi 11Hwwr. sill ...... -AAr Winter Haven 24. \i1
Oct f date for 111 the minors and three seasonsof unexpected respite from < sole *.was! Ae { { i .. .. N'ssee Backs five teams who meet sank ether Tampa RefeJaoon, It Petersburg ,
Friday open ,M. v e I MMW* < .- cf .... II : ins upset. factory, -
week ef the
travel winter league In Puerto Raw football asIa gave University Jew / ::T.oee T I U C1M.wKA'.LS : .... f ..... ..'w..r5,55..... ..IeMTIs once-beaten Michigan. State, aeuiMnill .during.....one regular- HeOlae.. ,' It Petersburg
Saturday Oct 10, St Louis at and V........ of Florida's Gawp a Oft In preparing p. : u.C ,..... "A 1 e. aM1.esd CUIICI 01 Mbg than High and Tampa MinsboreughN
June this for next Saturday's dash S ...Maef w.vI eI geesos ,.....ruhd Coral Cablet }
"We Mt
New York I as early as Atnleaa* MQeAAr r'
==: die howled ever
3 with MMaatpt jl vde.1e ::::= : pLIWUI CwpBT| plays fifth ranked Hlakwh
Sunday, Oct 11. St Louis at year that we could do better. r.sTAre N J'I'. eeondranked Studies Cau,.- Orlando Boons and
Hurricane Hilda washed out
a1. e I TdW M Thursday and lojKenked Miami
itoMham said. "Then en our 'a/
New York the Gators' east with Louisiana ,,- ala 177. Mknlfsn, voted eighth Palm Beset high. Heart; Ian- _
ID IMInIl vda a I High plays third-ranked Jacksonville -
Monday Oct. 12. St. Louis at last road (rip to Houston and I 'a dN' the hobbled Roger ford .
put clamps en 2e, OrUmde 24
State at Baton Rouge last Sal = ... .. :: Natw.wl : Lee Saturday sight'' Edgawator
New York, if necessary Chicago I decided to make schange. M..w OP-'s 1. (awl Itaunncn and sixth and
urday. e-Jana. M. "'"M t whipped Orlando' Colonial.
date ..'IN a Loe--. Let wont I' Miami High' victor: ever fort
Tuesday Oct IS, open "I talked .i Herman at the "ItH give ns a nice rest for &. ---- ,_ ....... ... Laee ranked Navy 24 Lauderdale 144 !last week,'reeetved '-AA: Coral Gables Miami -
lot travel some of ear braised awe," Florida w." =: C Co. i- 1'10 That sets ep mis latordey'sMentals lea board.! and .
-e.N.r..M 1I M N sea 221 pot* from Ugb lean Dads, I* Mnns -
14 New and he said he availa
Oct time was '
Wednesday ... ..
Cheek ,
Ray Graves said. T..e. I e 1 e I
M e nee. II so of coaches. ami sports writers to sass ...... Palmetto Mlamt
York at St Louis if necessary ble. I never considered anyone 'The Gates and. keen bracing .._ I 54 .. .i I. e 1 at Bast Lansing. -
Thursday. Oct tt New Yorkat ....." for anaeaaBy ragged. ]fetaf will '.>> f I ---- .. ,.Ii" Eye Btew ...... lead the poll. Tampa. Robinson' tdleoa. Fart LaudeHale. :
'f moved kit second wills Hover High and Norland 2*each. -
St. Leis, If necessary Stonehan/ said he told Dark willOhMisstatov&CaJMevtne .y=.:. ; ;, H.PaJ- ,,- ......er' NPoe..e.I.Y. Other ertfcmr releeri. Included Idle Jacksonville Lee win '
AH games II me besUf-eeven be was through is the sixth ortvenlh a 'west after the game I ilJ '-/'. I iftlahami State beating -A: Storka 24. MUtonand ':

series start at Ism, local tone inemg lanaday.aMwecr with I SV, always a greeting opponent e.Nerd.Y.. Jw.L T-1 fLps''e Wit. Palatka encs Chlphy Live : "
Others and their points art: Oak and Perry II each. ..
.... -..... CIIICI..n..... : Caret Gables 1U. Hlalean 111.Pentexwts ,
New lilt TMrWrUU.ax.hlU
:T.I: Jr 1 .-... : "J' Ke o-Cun Bow Rivalry High let, Winter lie 2-A: Turkey Creek and Waucbula -
: er Is newt for Dee. I and the ; 24 lack. Venice M, Arcadia

I r;.-: ..1.-...,. ..' -t' .Caters..... have no new hanps to e.tI':. .-' 's d :"' i Dram. Top Race Billing lamb yen 17,Bdgewstor Tsltshsesee U Leen and H.Clearwater Or-- It and Wlmauma East Bay I
.J.-- J.. I The Gator casts hepeJ the =-r. : ==A u.: -... 14..
IIIII.Io.. .1-' T_ a .' C._ 1,1. TO AaWCUTEO PMasfForget whs seanaM OM bdL beat ....... and fitter
.. I M ef> Larry DIrpne.J'IarIda' ........ I S 5555... abeat Malts drat and c.a.. to the Agnwdiet The second toe, to order, In: Garden Meaen. Lake Wales and 1
helices sB-BnulBeaahra. Cos. Stakes ether s strews duel ns WlIdweed 20 end. Dade Qty u. 1
Mq -J
: r..1ed. Ortonds Beans
air err .r.'an.- .... steeas Joke P. Crier and their famed Ma 0
.I. ... nwtttf vet between
V. e aIlww U sera back of DM last two sea / we,4 ., Slakes at Straaahea. Fort &.-...... 4-A Labia Cardinal T
\ .. .... '" .. ==;::, race la the Mi Dwyer MW ad Job P. GrIaf. : .
w w ii IW .. .. tar. Dopree gained mere be and Palm Beeea Far ...... and Chentde -
-- r .PS erIr .. .. theIIl j Old Aqueduct They-a laluaf They snot agaJn to tat IWMWeedwnN bolt (no). Kertaeeet 1
-. .. IM yards each of .Owe .. se-Ca I UII' Gan ... ,....... ..
.. INi aMSL. w A J. e now about me Keis IMndes eat HO. Missal Lake .. 1' eecn

..:....IN rw" r .Jr rwu. .-... ..... ... .... -- ... but carries!has netted flue only faL It yards tott :::= A/LL. I ... M race II dMer last two enungs at_ last .....Stakes,. Tnis at nme Cue Wales and Miami u... Lees- 1
Lr.rMa -- I N a C MNM I ...
the new A4BMduct track. barf astf Tare Bead (He).
Be '. the ...... atkg
.-....... M w s.. f am =_ YwI :r r: :.air: : BeckfieM saM ,pBpree Coach bed Pepper keen Rowers Uearly -=':.IN.. I. I III; BIt Reel at Man OWsr was mass* -tied M, eM acre .... I sUsjeani bade; ''lilt say three toams st dw Z: I

Og........: HCM h'l j Joan P. Crier It duet B rises t-AAf PeneaptlB BfhTanitisiiit sad ,NatlMnl Teethed LIllIe to *
cd.N ... ...... ... year and bad been arise I (caM beet scream wee se '
M eNAwnon.. -/...-. l. II 7. If ....... ._-. target of the defense at/s.-. i C t is : thai hag M Dwyer. Oa Lteer 'that UM phKlag judges" flvesrisnaajukiore LseevJesck 19 paints .pen tae asae/a w these a nw __ !

.. err.._Cap C a I a..egw.w ---. ....--..' { wtsa tT.rath.n ....... :*!-,-.... 3r! i i in Day. Keto. t lilt Horse ef Ins OasnaM .Ost! : Jartaonvttle Paaen 21;; IIIIItIaI coach an 0IaIt.= i

Aul...:.aL.rf .-... ......IA.,-a...I S I aid 1--MJphlpp. .... .1 I J.v-a.f e.riNia. V.. II I Year for four stralM years but ,.... an fte tort ecksenvOle Lee. "....... Green Jq sad 1M AaIIIII.I: ::.. !


-- -- - ---- -- -

1" ......... .
.. -- . ...
"-- ,.- . '" ,. .,,:_- 1ItfIIIl- ""I'---'"......_ _.. --. ....:."'-"-,"- B


CeUesviHe Sun_M..._.'_, ocreoer_1. 17M+ i 1.1
n -


. : ijf &S}t.

i :I Mystical. Symbolism. Link Between Past, PrelsejftV I


, ... O Xtta furl ffbttriBy sportsman won an Olympic championship to yachting In 000 spectators and has both separate swimming and diving outlined the rather grotesque Iigur,it:4ijpnoir- such as one

,\ accordance with watery, tradition be. was properly dunked pools sea outside Shinto temples for jit'-pirpos. of chasing

.-l ARTHUR DALEY Into tile drink.. Who dared push a royal Prince into the A tad driver unquestionably the only one to Tokyo with away evil spirits I

t'. TOKYO '- Utile. religious/ significance of the Olympic bay? It was the only person there who outranked him the even the slightest fluency In English, shook his head as ha *

.games has disappeared to the 2,740 years sine they first happy Queen Frederika of Greece, his mother. drove past it the other day. .DeulonySleep&. .
, .- honored the Gods of andeu\ Greece the link binding thefl '
.R I ?M' present+ to die past still remains even though it to no For sheer pageantry" nothing to sports can come close to "It cost many money," he said proudly. ,That demon must .hiv been moozingthe other night

'l more than a mystical symbolism. matching Rome any provided Olympic four games and makes the exquisite Tokyo's1 task grandeurthat that Every thing costs "many money' here and the Japanese when a, light earthquake momentarily .rattjed)! dishes, And

{ ::. TbaQreatest of an athletic festivals will open on Saturday much more difficult. But years If this ago teeming city'.the largest .. have already set a new Olympic record for money spentin be better be on the alert if the Indonesians raise a fuss
with ceremonial: splendor to this sports-mad capital 'as they threaten to do.' unless .Interuatxmal federation bow
:. preparation. They have tapped the UB for almost! two
In the world, has no Colosseum or Forum or Appian Wayor
,I :. of portoHmad Japan,' almost halfway around the globs from Baths of Caracalto to as t backdrops Japanese billion dollars This certainly did not go Just in athletic facilities. te political expediency and' remove the tineligibUlty. athletes -
... th* origmal site at Olympta ta Greece. It was then .some serve Most of it went for superhighways and other permanent who competed last year in the outlawed Indonesian
and stadia
:. six wecis ago "that tile ritual really began.A Ingenuity has supplied some ultra modern arenas. improvements that would have lingered vaguely on 'games'i of the emerging forced.*'It Is 'unthinkable that the

: Grecian maiden, garbed to the flowing white1 robes of that have a guttering grandeur of their own.: planning board desks if the Olympics had not pushed theminto federations'will yield; despite strong1 pressures.' To'. do. so

. #..' tile high priestess of the vestal virgins lit the sacred Olym-; Most stunning by far Is till temple assigned for swimming speed-up actuality. ,would destroy the Olympic spirit, perhaps forever'
, ::- pie flam within die ruins of the one sacred enclosure even though it bears the far too prosaic title of "Na ''
Although Japan, an economic giant amid thi squalor and The first JJ newspaper fabrication already has'loucheo": these
.. She torch ..
ttoolnfeted by the tempi of %euI. handed tilt to tional Gymnasium.K From the air it resembles 11 "giant seashell
:. Constantine of Greece and he it poverty of Asia, is the most westernised nation In the orient limes, a'fetory that the:advance. guard W American received
1 young King passed onto but on lilt J ald..U is a breathtaking.shrine to the
lilt first of thousands of relay runners. It is that same of the waters. it has not forsaken the traditions of the past One such "a cord.reception" from their Japanese hosts It
l flame which will light the huge urn high up In Tokyo's Olym- gods touch is evident In the Olympic Stadium is MelJI park. Two wasn't true. American officials in the Olympic Tillage misled -

4 pie Itodlum on Saturday when Emperor Hlrohlto formally huge slabs of white marble are in front of the press box on arrival dime, were not at hand to greet their

,open the games. It will burn until the closing! ceremonies Eye FlemingEvery at the stadium rim and just behind the tribune ,of honor compatriots at,sttlXlb*,morning But the Japanese were
fortnight later.J .. distinctive in red marble facing, where the Emperor .and watting. They'ttw1tetthk<,tes freedom of the port, whisked
thing about It has an eye-pleasing geometric sweep his court will .IL' them thronglt ale sjs iij Minled them to the village.
especially the curved ceiling that begins behind the last r'r

" 'King Dunked row of tiered seats and gently bends .upward to stop Just Outlined on one white marble slab>>, almost like I charCoal ale tSittalnatf iKt \bIhQl nati* has been

; 1*' ". it |f gingutorly apropos that Ktog Coostanttoa should have. short of 'a louvered roof. Then are no pillars or posts. etching1\ ', Is tie figure of I girl to flowing Grecian robes. sp eitraordiparf_, ar partner* sow .irtually"i 1O" com.plaints. -
lZ eve M distant a part to ness Olympics. Four years ago It's all an Intricate system of suspension cables an architectural She carries .,an. olive wreath to ana hand. sad a sprig oflaurel IUs aisV,1IIW1 WcMuidcred:i.new Olympic nee

i.=:. at- Rom* he then was the Crown Prince the royal gem created by Kemv Tang It holds almost 1J- In the other. ;Opposite her on the other slab to ord.starts. 4, .*,., .'...i,."-".

I '

i C LJ Oliva Captures : Defending Champs


: Crown o K .% I .

t = Batting j

= Sox Own Skein Are Upside Down

It' .. I

=. By MUERAY awl The Minnesota Twins losing to a By HAL BOCK for Chicago The Giants The Cardinal 'line swarmedall
ITV: Associated Frees Sfsrts Writer Los Angeles M finished In a Associated Press Writer
TV- Tony Ollva has the American snrth-place tie, but their Bookie f 4t Sports have the same record In the over SobnJfrl! and

League batting championship of the Year candidate' Ollva, Turn the National Football East and only winless Washington George Izo as.Wgjhjngton lost

ZZ! Brooks Robinson has the RBI wound up the season with a J23 '- 'r League standings upside down is keeping New York out of Its fourth straight St. Louis

. ---4 title and the Chicago White In average, becoming the first M and they'd make a bit more the cellar. held the Skins'' to R net gain of

have _lilli', longest warning rookie to win a batting title to sense...at least to George Halas eight yards in- die first half,
',< streak. modern major league history, b and Allis Sherman. The Lions thrashed New York throwing:Jargensu :tot losses
'.k # with a lS- second period elghi4iroes.. ..
The New''York Yankees, lix rotate. 4 *
Last D ember Shermai
and throttled Y. A.
\ though, have the AL ,...... Oliva hit six points better than 11YL IA idY)1'sttc New York' Giants and Halas fense Tlttle"O-1 The Victory -kept St.
all The
day. Giants lead
t :a a 4.
White Sox who Baltimore's Robinson who the Eastern
The whipped
won 'U a. p a Chicago Bears emerged on lop reached leadockod. for :
f KansaiatyM Sunday for their the rmukbatted-to tills with 111. Detroit territory onlytwice with Cleveland -which routed
of the NFL's Eastern and Western .
In !the first half.
1 ninth i consecutive triumph, Runner-up to Robinson wasDick Dallas'behind 'Frank Ryanspassing1
barely missed tying the V.... Stuart of Boston, who won Division races. The only Earl Moran started the Llbn :' ,.

ken who clinched their fifth ,lilt crown last year way you can get them up there romp when, after lining up his .
straight pennant Saturday, then Stuart, always a controversial 'cn today is by flipping those stand 'club for a field goal attempt and :

lost M In 12 Innings to Clevet figure; bad 112 RBI going Into ings. 'I setting himself,to take the centering

=-; land on the final day of the sea- he Red Sox game with Wash The Bears languish noon pass, be suddenly jumpedIUP

Vr= son.Z. ington. Robinson was Idle since DALLAS END TOMMY McDONALD (25) SLAMMED TO THE GROUND roonkmsly ta the Western Division I and"lofted t 0-yard scoring .

.'. As a result, Chicago finished till ,Orioles and Detroit hadconcluded .Cleveland. Linebacker Galen Flaw :Does. the Tackling in NFL Battle cellar and New York hm.t pitch to Nick Ryder.. The Giants 1
'I'" one game back in second place i : their seasons the day (AP WlrtWwl* ffw Am) .P far out of tilt Eastern: basemen never .recoverecl' '
-- ud will hare to watt unto April before. following losses Sunday.
I I *...: itM to extend III steak New Tha Boston slugger cam to The D ke' Kicks Patriots I Crab Lead <
Yd. meanwhile, win play the I bat to the first Inning with runners Sarprlsed Bears :The Colts took over the Western .
.. St. Louis Cardinals the World ; at second and third. Instead San Francisco's Hen, tailaiders Division lead after getting a GET, SAFETY

Series starting .-.,. of seeing two runners, a year ago, surprised scare from the surprising '
I ; though, Stuart saw two RBI Denver the Bean non and the Detroit .Rams. Los Angeles held a 13-71 SERVICE, ; HERE

:, :. Thats why he whirled In rageglaring By !Broncs 3910The Lions battered the Giants 2M halftone margin before Johnny I f

1 f 17m \ f BOf''I1 at the Senators' dugout, Elsewhere the NFL, Baltimore Units began bombing Unitas Raped brake, service
when Washfngltoi.. anger Gl! ripped Los Angeles V-20 connected on three scoring!
-- Hodges ordered an. Intentional By TED MEIER was lirtd' as head coach and ton by one game in the Western Cleveland humbled Dallas 27", I pitches with Jimmy Orr clicking .wijl'meoii.safer. worry. ,

m -: walk for the batter. Associated Press Sports Writer general manager of the winless Division. Houston fought to a 17- st. Louis whipped Washington for 43, 35, and 46 yards Lennie I fuse elrlvkit. for you.r .
IIAIItoU eny'CIIICAIIt(.,UI' 1 to his following four at bats, I Just let the Duke get bide Broncos. In bis three years at 17 tie with the Jets Saturday 21-17 Philadelphia( downed Moore scored: twice for the I II .. -.

//1 I. CyMfrli N JHWtaM iMMIIf e 1 ::, : Stuart ssw a total of flva runners till lo-yard line and It's dollar Denver Faulkner's record was night before a league record Pittsburgh 21-7 and Minnesota Colts 4 Bring your
P 1. aboard. H. managed to to doughnuts he'll kick a field t-X-l. turnout of 41.128.JIAJORrt". nipped/ Green Bay .23. I I I
tk Ill drive to two of them- cs a dos .r.11I

,A. a1I 1'lil5:Ncc S, 1 bla-and was forced to settle for goal.Duke uf'the nickname of Bo. Ftnrth victory StraightThe was Bostons touchdown John Brodto passes flipped as the 4ters three Renegade 28 ,, .t[.llelrl'." .'

second place. Just Ilk* the ,.I .'s .
who set
Gino ,
I .- .J. : White Sox. ton's Cappelletti fourth straight and kept the who equaled Jut year's winning Wins Ticice ;h.,
: vole T l4l4' uses ,The Red Sox Incidentally sn American Football League Pats tied with the Buffalo Bills total with their second victory
: .=C ............... ... won the game 144.Wen record Sunday by kicking sir for the lead In the Eastern Division jumped out to a 17-point lead. 1. f{ EXPERT
Renegade No. U "
} :. n Finally field goals as the unbeaten Pita The Bills won their fourth Billy Wad, with three TO flip first place In two races captured I, \ MicHANICS

I (life... 4I The Indians, who had lost 11 drubbed. the Denver Broncos J9- Saturday night with s come- G of his own.led a late Bear surge Sunday at Newmans Lake, III''

tt e-N_ m. eMdrw.1M of 17 game to New York:, won 10. front-behind 21-20 victory over I but it was too little too late the Gainesville Sailing Clubs i ::

I ** iii H a aessse the final contest with a run In JO-year-oId Gino, a IIItiye the Oakland Raiders. Daryl The loss was the third to four first outing of the fall series SAVE' HERE
-." 141* ..:.;: ,' P1w J H J the Uth Inning. Vie Davalillo of Keewatin Minn., who now Lamonica came off the bench to ttliit. AM.IICAI al .* Mt*leteuek 0.,... Mlmw I .. 0;; Rtbuilt'GenerolOtl,
': ;SVi. :::: led off Ith a bunt single lives In Wellestey Mass, booted spark Buffalo's second-half rally Mil. mi .. _06W_ ..,,11_"* .3i;. Rhodes Banton' was second $tort.rs. Fuel Pumps. .
...., ...... IC......'.'. W'- Dun, Oirv, Mb isit.. I07| Hew In .
... from the 11, MU NFL Standings the first race, followed by WotefPump. Clutch Discs
551e5L t-soh A. & moved to third on Fred Whit- three pointers after Oakland led 107. K' CI5.11sd. 111._ _.... ,
and 'r
: :' C IVI"' ". new veinkr leld's single! and came home asLoon 41, IS and IS-yard stripes to ....Hunt... 1151 Mttrt 15.55 In$. Zahn S. .ll 111.*lm. ,i, SIHDtub Southeasterner, Snipe Suicide Plots /
I ..,... HLIMM Len Dawson and Bobby Hunt .. s sow /'se and Renegade 30..
..- ewNIIN If" I I fill. Wagner hit into I fores erase the previous league mark ,15..5.MIN -15511555 051,5.,.MInn.K1y'N. '71P 5M ,W I. .... HIHIM 05CKsIII0 I
"'.- 55swW N 1. a akMa N Mil of flva FG's In one game by led the Kansu City Chiefs to a .. OIl'., MDttMM'4, 43) era* 7 111 n Trailing Renegade 2In the
:.::: .unIn I: Rookie; 28-7 victory over the Houston .5,5. 51,155, ..1.TINS. .N.... _Lw15... 7 5.s,35.: HULL'SBRAKE :
: 11 Bruce Howard pitched Gene Mlngo of Denver against 541115 .... y_,... M""". I 15 I N second race were Rhodes Ban- ,
luN M llll AM' m' III Oilers In Sunday's other scheduled ........ '" $ s: ,
s :: wtON5 11 1 1 1. Sltnclf rt 0140 1 1LMUK a two hltter for the White Sox San Diego Oct. t, 188J. Mingo Ia :"/ III : 0355 ton, Southeasterner and Renegade SUPPLY ;
555,5 sew MInw105.a ,
a wars' I IMIll I | *: while Tom McCraw scored one, got his five In seven tries. Clp" AFL game Dawson threw Pw55l.' 5a011ma5.. M. .New 5555.5555..vat JiSS'8II 30. &oJ..; IfiNy 1
M ll 4111OMUl
: .r P'S.I5TS'. rf 4111Slli l H< .I Ik ISIS of the daffler .runs of the long' wDettl didn't miss any. three touchdown passes and A.atoll W41.b11.S C"Ie.... *at 5M15115.mono., ., w- The next race 'Is scheduled \ i
Sill ...... Hunt equaled a league record ....... .. CN/7a1.IlON.31511f 75LDl's' .
= ewe N. I Late Sunday night, hours after I riMmf: / 14 4Kiwu 1 StlMnw .
AFrN 4 1 1 1555 1 .... ntl tint Now ,..\. M. .... for Sunday. Oct. II at 2 p. mat .
by malting four Iii 10N. IT'
IeM'in' 11 J.I.noII McCraw walked In till sixth InterceptionsAustin .
1 M 111 the game, Jack Faulkner .. 3ItrlliMUlt/. 1
.. .. . Newnan's Lake.
-. KOMkM-. p1 I .I'WMII 1i.nso 1 till 1"1 toning but the fourth ban was a Consoulin of Denver set PnciMl MIHWMM- Dtwntao.. 111 Ntw V4f, SIP 51551I Ill .M WH3srwai I
Shwa" III M.Mf. in tees wild pitch, and he racecllo sec the mark aialiut Buffalo in I I' .SSSChWttt .
TIM 1111 AFL Standings' > IMCltvtltM .
:- 5u sill .ond. Athletics' catcher Dave 1NO and Bobby ply qf Dallas '."'-' 41 M .1w ClaSOh. ",.. .
TMNS N a h a TNa 45111c ....... 555..0' 5.N5a '
JJ> C.rty MlhMokw 334.fan
Duncan retrieved. ball and equaled it In 1M2 .
the .Ind San
......... ............ 11\ M 1 1 1M' .-K' 05.15.5 ; A_. P101.o,10I5' Ill _.,.. 55. L... n 055515515 11 At CLARKE'S- ;.
.. ,__,_ tl O.lln
throw It into center field. Over to"
,.* ...h...,. IMINItNI-l W k T W Hi 0 Diego Ill IMlMIMPt
_. C-ilW. DIt-C_..., ,. Ntw V... to third has went McCraw and ........ 4IIIMH' >41SI 3 111;im 51q 50d C.klL M -Ill ktytr II Lwll M.OnOT kt\ IIDttrtll .
51.11 4 11 I I.M III The Chiefs. on the comebacktrail BRAND
L0e-ltvtl..i4 I. MM V4.. I. he continued horn as Nelson I 555555.5 JM W MlJM M'M CI tmtnlt, f Ititwfli, l..4 ,..... M. Mm vatys5N NEW
H, .JI-I'r_' 4S., .-.",..'..aIN Mathews_ fired the ,ban put NOT YwkIM .....5 ..."....,.. u mMl I after their flop last year In .>0.ltult.tll....'.. -.Mtv. MIIWHliM, ../ ClTtIMM ... 5555 IMtkw 5,1011K* M. \t=MM n ,,3-T NYLON
tics. ............. 4 I I I 4 j 41IM their first season after switching "I-.. PK.5u15. ... eKNPln4u'1
-' .. 1 ISIS SKI s Cse tn : : ....... CDkigt, nt. Alton ..
from Dallas now lead Hous- N CNNw5L 1\ .'
= ,
: : :. .. .
7": Michigan State / 4W III.4M Mltdtlptil IJ.Mtixt
I sophomoreJim := 111: : ,.. .
All. SM t.55m15.1,5N0nn
nun 1
44 I
osr41? : : J ? t f.1 J JtMH Garrett teepees ...7 to win .......... 41. William* CKicwt' JJlltlt Mh51KhlK .TuFlYN
r-. ..... I I I e 1 iV M4 Vvm 11.S Winner MM Wild, IM AnfMtb Hif A111 II C5kIISI.
-- .-... I k S II till UM Big Tan indoor board ,,::1t e.ehq nKMMI of the first ISGA: e 5.N.lwO.0.vs .. vat .50.155.
I :=-N.x..S 5555.x11.... : k I k k II IWPTUnt f fI 'Jump till* and keep the chant.pbwhlp .. city 5.551'5 M. Hwim 51,555> Open was Horace Rawlins If, a.".,.lt.,...1b-U.. _.191.! .._Mak555l- .......5,1.4Kw L.. Il 5101501011 P..ncs 05 *no 555515515 5n15. .II\ N 11II1\0
W,"' Illl I" / 1 1 1 at IOU for the third 5551 $ D ;.. '5PU1I an English professional No one 71..171I,51.sh _. --
T-An.: JUIiMI 0555r 'so baa v555w 5115.555*. I.. -.0-
straight year. Spartan Sherman Ice 0'-' 51551 N1t55ry. young won 5,_ I5 1..5.. 110. 1455.1. It Into. IICH"VSLE"'S
:. WANHMVO* kOITONMrlM Lewis the honors 5.0 5N5NOd51,0 .
ckrkMIM ....
.. M N
.'... 4 11 I MtMWl N4151 In the event to 1M3 and INI. I 550.r.s ... 551N
I LK.ek.d.,, !J.u..1 1 1 0 I.I I.1 _" idiyMOtmI44N4MIVI I

.:' 51451.55,1_ .. I. 115h.n, .1! !j, i
tt N
e.. "" .. 1,1 ,1 c"'ls'' .. I I' IND OF SEASONCLEARANCE '
: .=, .11 f ::: 71 I I Ir Irytall 1965'SIMCA
I f 'SIN 1 1111 .taa, ., M4 1 IlS MV***'| .... ...i., Mr*. HM NylM A..W...... ='41"
/,. M I 1: ?. 1 f
:: I l.um5t ISIS
5c II.
., M } | ,

::.. I M..111 1II5.011,._... NN11/1: OCTOIU ., POSITIVELY LAST MONTH !

..rw. .;. ... .. .... II1liileR IM 115.14 8. i113
I-L 5..5,1 D.-w.S.l.Mw 1. JOHNSON 20% Off 1
II ::- 55 5. a LoeKMS .M 4 5..10 5 "
.. .
N.Sa. 11.5. 55.M.sea '
... +" Iea'.MMY.. "..,. .NA..N0a1 II" sFNOINnc. .__ .. ....
; I..ItIt- a 11 II ,. .
A15aM17 II
=.: M. ""
Cr.Il ..... IC III\I 55555 7 7 1 II 5 SKIS ACC"ESSORIISuTO 50% Off Me ",.. .... ,...- ........... 1\ .........t ...4'....
.. = '.n ',1" I I I : ''I -. .-# .. -. .... ,., ..
: = .. s
c'; asa ,., .-. ... ..... .
'" 5:::"L.i I 1 : : 1 I .
:: 1 I ..K. 555.--......1,45.155 5505l.... .,
-: =- .... : : : _
1 1 1 1
=: ; ; : : : I Use Our Easy "Pir. PiiB
-- Ow:1 We..COT.' fI* A-5.O NEW and ..USED'lOA :

': """""' I Hawes-Powers Motor Co. .- f__
; '
aiee.1,5W .: ,. ., TS and TRAILERS ,
> ... } } .
s1s; -- Ills1 .
_-r.,..,' ...... If 01.... If N I.. 5 Plymouth. Chrysler 1.v.a.. .. stud Slmcsj ;;. "" "9

...... .1515551 15 sow dh' "11111 k '"i "I
.;;JI" If' II.. ,. . SALES sjittj SERVICE t nr"t.s
..55,5 ,' 10 / 1waow 1000 .--=FRIE OUt<<'N&- "'"
% .. .
: ,
.: Sill
,_... 11 F
; NI 15111 555-1 W. Will Not .. Undersold or Out-T1edd
.__ tti-...5.11 lv .10 K' 555-4 CLARKE'S SHELL
_.1 I. MMUN' ,. RDS

.,;;:;. ; .;0\, II.. Tin Service
204 N. Main Street Phone FR 2-2561
_.., iIOM .w. 5 a .
:S. a .,j.i1.: 7 I 5 5 a ..5t 401 JW Meiisi Sheet Ample ......, 1 Mai ft. a* It* Am .... S7-2y1

"t4 p.1'I.

\ \ 1\

-- -- .. F ___ __ _" _'_ ... . .
:rr .......;.... .. .. : : -- ---- .:- . -- -- L


4ey. Ortobor S. 1964 ............ Sea 11

. .. .. twLLv+ o litlf I'LL DO R.lCNWMYTEET1 :


y" p.slu"'Pw'.... ,

Vp to Parents"kV'. ..... to AU-. ton IMS.fcMrfr :

"11II. CM. "112. ...

1IIc.... a ..-.H. .d .. *** M.

'Abigail Yan Buren, *.).... AM?IMW--I.. ...

Ii'I --
DEAR ABBY: 'Then to a family living next' door to us It could be filled the Compulsory Child-Raising Bill Think ISA IIWVIN6ITOR dL wo-tttxriLGNOP >;
which should be reported to the authorities They have sew )011. tET ESREaoRgaERANDWeavw0Wsi

eral children of school age who ire practically raising them- A CITIZEN ? t ANDOVlRII
f selves. The mother wait on tables in Mint all-night Joint, DEAR CITIZEN: Em If yea could compel iMtbers bylaw .A It a'LlSS

} and she sleeps days. The father hu a day Job somewhere to stay hone ,.i .... not ctapel them It lush after I c'asaJ

their chfldrea. It's sWlbe: amber .f been spat. with ehfldresi I
and ha 'dd,. a tad at night When they are both home '

at the HUM I1me.,tIIq have such, violent fights they dls- that CM**, bit' how thM beers an ..... ChlHrei-

t turb tb. whole neighborhood with their screaming and curs men: often thus'1/..., :an neglected because their mothers
In,. Then should. bt a law, against letting mothers*ofachoolan week Bit let's bet M-tho mother who weeld aegfert her I

} children. work outside the home. Phasa teD ,I., dUMra for a"jib weald probably. aeftect them tor same

pie to write :tbeir-congressmen, and demand such a ..w/' e See ........ Deal bitter year eeagmsmaa with this ...

Yt MOUTH 10 FEED* ,pawls
r.1 ": ." "ft
,' '>i' .. d,, ,.J'i 51rn YQSTIDDY.MR SMIFZ


; .
-: I' t:
," .
i I. WUFT S I WESH-TV (NBC)' Daytona Beach

,(Edacatln) D WJXT (ABC CBS) Jacksonville v -

C U at r. GaIMnID. WFGA.TV (ABC ;NBC) Jacksonville I

....., ......, Bristol Court if n '( 7:. S ....."all 1
I n. .. ,
LOS Wens Farf. for their fruit and TH S Local News, Weather '
... Douglas er Dick (Sine of TN T>aa srrlCl COUNT AT hC i' ,
I:. Captahi Kaagane ,, INKY
ltS0 Memento* Spirtsl Dick's fi-om a .. I''lives 111 DI5NOIM. vice AND w ty
:. 0NewoemoWerUOvmiBtlM family and helps his ..Ida: In lH0BPHltoalTalk ,. GANT WEDDING csoutcor WTTMAUU onm= ; A NNHL
low totem foot the movie lN0DtveretCetrlO FIXINGS, NO-TMl MAP V
1I IS) (Cesar) Local News, Tonight: Pining for in Bachelor FatherS snarls r/uMlles w% fmifte\w>Ya Ay,

.:W 0 News, Weather, prlYICJ.' Tom near (Color) Romper Room

.tlpeet. Dick .to move Into o show I:*! O Jock Beany
t ........ Ahaarar' cant apartment at from 0 Jack La Laaae
1:11 S News Slghl...f. court-far Just ada, Roses
; II:. 0 Mate lee Daddy
... I:* 00 News, two. rank Meeker: ..... t1
liam Smut.S .. his 0Nowo0Arlthmetto
.., 0NewtQoaklto7.N0Zat v ..reaAi.resew
J .>s ,. rvt Got A Seen pup 0 Cameras Please a .

'4 Grvy Vaods Kay Van to II:. 0 0 Word for WardS
8P1n1- Miss America of 11U IIIDd 1 Live Lacy
a secret for the pa bus- 0 Arm Chair Adveotoni
"Tbt Case the Papa .de
I'' ....." Jam roster S ....... BJgbllfbti Wal II:" 0 World of Numbers lid 1 M IVI NTOO MISS eN.18ND PIICMe TIN jives eRNWMI wpfu soWlelNRKK

a candidate for KM ewe .:. N Bristol Curt !', Joe: Fens twrocr "
senile, to worritd about Debut In "S a/10t 1D IIQM MrlyN1lWs
( ) ar Laurie: MH 0 0 News /
his young slater Satan: Against the World," : Hi* 0 0 Ceaceotntiea
:.. Sbl'a been dating .ON m'-award winner 11:110 Scope

; stepson of his opponent Inthe KJupiaa Is Ala 11:. 0 0 (Coler) Jeopardy
: ; npcomtag election. a big man with O McCoysS
Cut incudes PJ- wood studio whoso of
New Hennas L'a
chard Anderson, Lynn lance also 11 a'I
can be seen
11 0 Color Dell
of the : 0 ( ) Say
Lorini. where. but m his begin O Love of Life
Wbafs New check. Consoling r.I'Ae
1 .. Llk- 0 Itdeslry ea ParadeUll
DIIrtII ton wife Kate
: (
0 Geology M
Topic: -Aft of the Beaver" Barry) and children boy, 17:71Nsws r -
,! history of tilt Cmadlsn and Dee Dee ( poll-
"; fur trade and exploration. -I II Macklia. Claire down 111:. 0 0 (Color. ) Tnth orO
-I I Tonight: Harris I c.-ce.
t I Search for Tomorrow -'
to his horror that the ) 5 NIVas N1Aty iPiUotf'-rr 0
: "K t eM s Tomorrow Good.! port .he's to deliver to .. II:" 0 Galdlag. Light Coo HO NosIZI
ou WAs+Ir"
{:\ bye." story of a criminal die braes ton! typed:fDd.'I I 0VlilttogSpaelshNelgb-.. so.s.'ioR .y FOR YsAA

, and his Involving beautiful. con.accomplice i 0 secretary AadyGrttBOj baa eloped.' urges of ltH hetf 0 S News, R 'ratRA1JCtT i :lW IJ l. Ia

to con lift S Newt, Weather SaTG IW 11Q
ruption robbery and anti Things get n little .*
( der. James Cagney Ban around the Taylor of the }Way

ban Peyton Helen Car, bold. when Andy's al 4aest for AdveiHn I Ias

ter. (Two hours) lives pay a visit ...that 0 (Cttor) TV Blege lAO
7:. .. N Bristol aunt Camera Three Allis.11I- 1:11 0 Focus 7Elemeatary

'I' (Debut) Throe' half-tour I:. AadyWUIams 0 Spealsk" ,
.. .
comedies tenaDt d
(Return Color) For fMC
at ". Bristol Court" a' third televtatoa r. 1:. (Color) Let's Make (

: mythical apartmeat cI' -. ,Aady switches. to a DealS
;a plea to Soutbera Caltfornla. sad ( Sports, Hamsaltles C41

GosBaymondas the nor nrmat. ( 0 Ad 0M World Tone M NA At01N"Wt
handyma appears to all toalgbt. an Jeatthaa ..... !0 t uSbat OOC TNUR WT tmonot vo cuRtMTY A I INOUOW

F: tine ......... The' first ton; 'Jack Benay, lH0Newe RUTH OUICKIY ANO I 10TN Y1Aal lYT tiT NUt ttA 1GMIeRMYM ttAl/Nla/ i" tYtIN
K segment to the f:. to I whips up a'HBarry, The I:. 0 0 Leretta Yeu| NAVL dClOClgi MOK NiTO )17118 TMJUN AlOtff MftTHUay / OuR A me NIOA1tWORKtOd
P.Y. time spot Is afooto" finale; and from 0PasswtrdflfXXt UTTLLN IM/lY (Ap'T fa/vltutm ANO !LL 60 IaCJt Of UONOMICCKltt atP1. /
f ...." Debbie Watson singing dancing Cold M 1 COMMON WON /UAKr/N11 TD T1t[ h Peet AND YOU CAN
always active tans g e Leigh. growth !:. 0 0 Doctors0Boast aNCa wnrc Ittw lt fugN tlliTNl Kul JN daughter of Stan and North Party
'! Barbara Scott (Richard Sncy'a ..liii I IS I:. 0 0 AJOtber wieldS 'duct ecr
I Mm? LaRocha). boy frtsod is' To Tel tbt. lid ..
Ii DG..oIng., .... to-ataa as aatvolp athJsI.s and ., 1:8 0 Newt ,
I Km* lt&elate 1M cy bait, eke ... IN 0 (Cal. ,,.) Yea Dust
I1 Taught: a l aIn..1* atmo excel m aporto mat > . . I airport, lam abtolas > happen to bo out of of Night NG !

. M'naltoa aculptorseveral 101I. I S Papaya's Pile
yean bar senior. ............ l : for her date. Coast Cast .w..... .. 0 Match Cosae0ieeret L
mdydssi Lee Berfere,' Host John Freeman Storm err wen NAONO "YW+a meI; w1ac. r.u ice MsT.er M A. ,''I.s seat ali MLAo... 1 1L
Teddy (Jntaa.Teockof. darts two filmed 0 Woody Woodpecker conawe M IN sub arwiu, nwulw masu(1a
AM A ono s1. N s saAls s el ''rs
rfaYa.AfuaYI1ML'IOR w wota iou,esorta v aaM.uT
rame I vtowa: Deaals 1.80: News flex waif(W our T.ANOY/twsw. AweeMlln Au+
en Twa .AMe +
t.Mt N IIrWII c..e' i toy Brith,Labor .:. 0 Leave It To Bearer I 0 paNasls rrs teALevwfacw sr.IUSSaa WMPs4 Two Oas ,N wms ,)mUs Aae APiMD ,MimrNM....,Niaav
.. laud, 0 Beet of Gnaebo esASOn a eNr Ao'gwt'tTO W stOas Low W A a tetui.aturnM
(Debut) ... Dick pMBlbiDty ,fer rose lb TAIU.: Na/ltcase... AAIew11/i aaA>tw.MN .
Mary." Tern (Go* Galls .- .Mtoistor. tad.Jobs ... 0 Movie A/ovT Ova. Ae.e
way) and Mary Gentry DIG Galbraith .. /Beraarduit''; Pat Boons,

(Joyce Bsttant) prebebbj U. Sambas odor to .Terry Moan. -Janet. Gsy-
,vo., bo Dving at ... S Lady of May.berry nor
W 1

SMILE! With Art Bachwald.

!! .- ,
; \

r From Barry With Love

PtIt74 TM .
I r. IIITIL TNN thO'vineA Rd111' tit t7Ov* c+loiD OMTo
% ha tAdOOWM WsIth*
A thuLttuneeatA.raae
't r. .. .
ABOARD GOIOVATKITBAOMgot '"WIle III! tasii"Whsa, rat suspect Is ....." 1 s.t1M

Ski Goldtor "tee ....... people she mat to man wilt Since we wore moving at N .
>Special leavtog .r.. said. sbaktof to .... ) oar* someone ........ mien a how ev ryes .....

VaasasitBa. D. C, far a whir "1ftr!"" 1 asked as I sound "My ..." 1 heagM a couple of sandwiches i' r
tit stoatotr of OMa. btVaaa
bar sot a glass of brandy. They weal away. aad WOK bock to my
all ....flu wak was r-aiBarwiirit I forgot 1h.rr i
"They theft Fm a Democrat. The knaetto threw bar amiround '
Bed .warn the CaatMete: bsset word aid wafted rkjbt to.ThanoMweaoamoOeerwerktoga
... "How I everthank
satfmstyilerioospeoplsalelwasaactoaaedtobtatw aba alt "Tea sec I was ea eon
say way to see my soother toMarietta yea?" .
tlayatmwMgnat) amchlatwhseb
....... tt waa ratotog aade Cbto. astd I get s.Is J Bought and thought hot Ieoaktot kept npIII IIC. ".. yew c I
.. aaddtrkeodlkMWMM.I wring IflswL atasMOBk} lose come op wkh. a I' bead yea know he's wrong
.. beta atsstog oat anOCeUwaterBtoratanaad items ISaMaM r Iowa rN..l1aAM
Sig tAe /eYK wpm
thtok I'. "'. led to me. 1 scriuuif.SaralfBs4 Ae1 e/M/e w 5/e usrlolnr. aenrworV
dbtot ban to wet ..... A ." they 1 -Tea stay here," I toM bar.Tm a...... .. .." :.f i-=' .LASS PaelnR: 7rtl TDS urn b anew Aunt aM/N AMI tC %e Uw wA1 '"
bust es.Ms4 w w.pNbnet gotog !bock to MM bar car N'
my Stiles 1 ..d thus to sbtsaartosi CR Ilse 1D
dm*. 1 melt for myCtfreaUlepeaeaamdoaiatst ad ftodeetwhofs gotog em Tm, e'' Dtmeentlt ; 'l==-
use a idib s Oe sa -
Omit mt door am*yea ..
) aaewer spy aad Im gild. I du R." -
Qf tmMfiv-wmVmmjr I efmVBtVe..A "wlet b ,. tw.ty" I ad."ws're .soar... knocks aad met toy.Vatrtmtea !I!!'!' I
........ ....... Ms/ till ...... .. ., ..... ... I. to mt parse> II,1IIertr. Tm"gotog I st4.She to hose to tonyea ai"ii-
mo toCreamt bat sat too Mek... .. Ma.1Maktastie" .' aad IH ,.,./. It as to. '
....c. '.. huh sA lie uR. a GIMnW aids rtos.Iwtatto'mabarcarw.an.' sat bor arms areaad maaad oa.
04 sbrsd ..MigreIts my oar. tlouar sn0ad
naIIIt!II.> '
"wee ben sit _/ .14y : : be mr bra yea bw* I
'T.' e gad w Wr Ns sir .;ytw thteelh .. ., mt mach lit /fbe heath was fm right.-! *
...... I
aW.r- ...... .... .. .. lit ... gang eo to 4YT1e I woo abet to rang far a perto : sew
...... L I .... ....... tad hot sot sea -c..: Geld.n/a get>,IrWadi ...I to ... the ihletght. eeeanvl/.
her beta die eeanprrai least lit lit 1Ift. ( !, ".. eat err torn ma! mo. -What ma ... This toCeMwttor's i-

:..,..,>o aftar..w. 'tiny. I basst err her." !train"" a aids sheuAo4. 'lot/I irillim" t ....W..w ...,;..w ,.. .... .


,.- ..
.' .. .. 0- ..

ixL 4

"12, :G.III t"III. Suit Monday, October S. IgS.i \

i tshotnbt SEE : Helmsman ... I. t H ,. it {f.: 1 31 r :, I I
/ '
t by Blamed In .Things .I .. .,. "h'" .. :J 1

.. .. .
'" ,
l' ,
3 Gaining "
the Six Dcaths 4
:H a :

-\ ,Groundttit II I WASHINGTON (AP) Th : :
GENERAL HOSPITAL kash, 247-B Flavet III, a daughter. Coast Guard laid today that the

: ,c York: Qtmrrt OeL J, IHe .. tugboat-bridge-bus accident on ( ) NORTHCENTRAL.
BmTHSiMr Lake Pontchartrain last June
I" By TAD and Mrs: Oscar W. which resulted In six deaths
ij iji
,_The Uni tiii Mrs Evelyn A. Eggert, Mrs.
ii' ,
Brown, Box N4 High Springs Margaret Thompson, Thomas W. caused by the tugboat helm
1 States wu reported Sunda y Fla'; a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Harrison, Edna Maude Lewis, man's fainting or falling aslee ...
to believe that the tide may Box M
; J. Wilder, Rt 3, Mrs. Raj Prakash, Ales Rob- The helmsman was Clifford
.have turned la' favor of the Gainesville, Fla, a boy; Mr. bins, Frank Bozarth, McMWan Miley,' mate on the tugboat ,
Tihombe government In'tilt war and Mrs. Albert M. Watson, Rebel Jr.Although.
Johnson IV, all of Gainesville
against leftist-led rebels'In the P.O. Bx 1091 Trenton, Fla, a William H. Yent, Lochloosa Joe: the COli"' Guard '
,Congo. girl; Mr. and Mrs James L. Taylor, Hawthorne Oasis ;SaJ.yel'l officer who conducted the Invetigatkm '
; -
_,The view her was that the Fields, Box (11 691st. Radar Hawthorne Charles said no federal lawshad I i
,regime .' el ,Premier Moll, Sqd. Cross City, a girl; Mr. Strong, Archer; ;J. W. Brad- been violated, ,the CoastGuard 'I '
.. ,'J'Ibom1le..traDaI1 backed by and Mrs Clifton McDaniel, P.O. shaw, Wlltoton/Mrs.: Mildred commandant, Adm. E. J. :
the ,U. 8.,. wai gradually *&> Box U Alachua, Fla, a boy, Brown,High Springs. Roland, laid th. manning of the r : ,
tag military superiority over lilt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bishop, tugboat was Inadequate and the :
rebels, although they atiD control Chlefland, Fla., a boy.ADITTED DISCHARGEDJean working; hours of the crew un- .
most of the northern and Lively, Helen D.. 'Williams reasonable. '
northeastern Congo. : Gerald Dukes, Jo Ann I ,The Rebel Jr., was pustwo ,
Wilder 't
This toseument is based on Mrs. Margaret R. Harris, Charles Jones, Mrs. steel barges early on.tbe
'reports that the Congolese Army Margaret' H. Kirkland;Effle P. Kay Wood, Mrs Lucile Davis, morning of June M then It You : i
,led by white mercenaries parka, Mary A. Gilmore, Robert Doracy Fontenla and daughter, collided with the 24-mlle-ton ,
'''supported, by U. S. aircraft and J. Brill, all of Gainesville; Wanda Caraway, Ivan H. Wallace structure which pens the lake t

1 ....!lied by well-trained former Mrs. Beverly K. Fields, Cross Mrs. Isabel Barrett, Uri It swept away a small section of .
Katanga gendarmes If no longer City; Gloria S. Watson, Trenton -' Vera M. Kyle, Rembert Patrick the bridge and within seconds a .. 4ee' 7' < FLORIDA

,'offering continuous defeat at land;,Clara Walter Arrlngton Leltxell,, Clearwater Chief-I Mrs. Margaret Ands IF, bus carrying eight persona .,/ .. r't ,.. .. .". '. ,' .: ; i :t
t tba buds of the Instead, Michael Sanders, Paul Busby, plunged from the bridge Into tile .l
titla regaining some totttrfttory ; Rosalie Ramsey, Ocala; Tom Mixon, Mrs. Kathryn Bu- lake. Two survived.The .. .. .
.. I I tacey Bishop, Chlefland; Barbara sash and daughter, Mrs. Ellae I Coast Guard said Mill,. '
Iv July tad August the Congolese ; S, McDaniel, Alachua.DISCHARCESi Gray and son, Mrs. Bernice VIo and the tugboat muted, Ned f.J 1"" ,

Army ,teemed' to. be .. I Wy, David Blake, Mn. Mary Palmer, had been aboard the ;
cronbUBf. In tie. hea"*** ad'maces Mrl Raymond P. Achey Mr. Hatcher. Mattle Lawson, Ken. vessel almost continuously for I : If 1 't
by Taridm rebel, l fwops.Leaden Wendell, B. Farrell Mrs. Geor- nil Howard, John Barkmann. 18 days with one or the other at ,.
t'( ,of the nonallgnedcountries gin Roberta and baby girl, POLICE, FIRE REPORT the helm at all times. ', ;,
meeting Cairo asked Mn. Juanita Johnson, Mrs. Accident Roundup Miley slept on June IS but wu ., f I .11, ; f1 I II I
Joseph Kasavubu of Mr. Henry ,,'I ',' ,
President Mary DeProapero Involved In accidents reported awakened late In the afternoon :
tin to keep Prom I lorft J. StudsUll, Mrs. Martha C. by the Gainesville Police Department and worked with Palmer and a ttl.lat. "-1" I" I
: hum t from attending the Joiner, Mn. Hlldrith Meeks and and Alachua deck band until/ after midnlgh ,' I 1 ", ( "
....) Mrs. Margaret Gada- County ..
; Bbf daughter Sheriff's office the The others were asleep, with r i tar 1 (
LJHIS: administration has been pee and ton, Inas'Gillens, Mr. M hours during past Miley at the helm, when the .' v .. '. I \') t: .
rSsliubig public comment on ItsSBW after Baggett/Mn.. Nellie were.C.W. :, collision occurred about ,.:21 :,
white Bryan, S21 SB 24th St., 'q-
on the use of Jllftl JoImaoa 'u4'' eon, Mrs. am. _
Reentries In the Congo bTlusa .- Emily Price:and ion, Mrs.ancas and a parked car owned by Oran .,) '.. It f.
of the criticism this has .... Townsend, Michael D., Kopman, 2891 SE' IJth Ave, k '; '=- ,\
Provoked elsewhere IB'Africa. oodard, Mr. Lawrence ru r. .:30 p.m.Sunday on E:. University The picture tt.t yecaeway No Longer 10. r ; :
(However; officials have aald tick, Mr*.'Arlene Haley Mn. Ave. at 15th StEmmitl tattle nnae.rl + L
.privately that since no Africa tonne V. Cline, Mrs' Cllison. Marvin Hill, .It NW e
government was willing) Iii 1 1I 10th Ave; and Walter Mitchell 1J
i .meet Premier Tshorobe's Appeals I -JeiPlw.io: > PrrAG 815 NE 20th SL.1:13 p.m. Saturday a r:* <<< 'f *
for troops to fight the .'"' .". Oct. 4.1WI at NE 8th Ave. and 17th wig c ax
r4bels! the Congolese government IIBTBI'Mr. St

.", has no choice but to use and Mn. Ronny KIrkland, Clyatt Taylor, 1951 NW 33rd I,

the mercenaries. OM NE: 10th PL, a girl; Mr. Ave. and Benjamin Ervin West, r
Many.of the uprisings In the and Mrt. Irving F. Arrtigton Rt 1, Hague, I:U p.m..Saturday
Conga are purely tribal, and official CWefland, a girl; Mr. and Mrs at NW 13th St and 45th 0y
.hi Washington are not Johnlly B. Mallory, III SB: Mtb Avenue. West treated and released -
-predicting l th*' prompt collapseof St, twin girls; Mr. and Mrs at Alachua General Hospital NOW AT 'THIFLORIDA, !
( an of .them. Blacom hull, Jr., P. O. Box for personal Injuries. Tay, Il
."- ..Nut some officials an beginning 1175.. Starke.- -- Fla. a boY.'\., lor arrested. /', driving while _
to look forward to the polo; ADMITTED Intoxicated, causing a' major ./ 7:
j :,IbIDi/till the 'What "realm'" :Wattle W. Mallory Resale W accident and personal Injury,'' .
to, Itanleyirllli mar decide to Markham, Bertha D. Jannlngi, 1 'Janli Griffin McMahon, 1003 ,
.enUrtntoDOfSUatloni' with Pronler Frank Gibson, Susan M.,Man NE: 10th Avo., hit a wall at unit NeedOr l,
: Tihorabe lot a "neoncU- tin, Catherine 0. Mkkeni. Neal
t block NV .10th Ave. ,.1:21.: .f&
l I tlon. ,u .I Ullami, Virginia M. Erwin, Saturday. r' hlelilee0tdxaar
lit has been noted, tot aample Ren.. T. Buck, Robert E. Bar Robert Wesley Jandon, 2171 a '
( that even Communist nD, Daisy M. Bragdon Mn' NW 49th Tern John Frederick ,
U believed to be. Irma L. Badger, all of Gabies-
thins, which GrlfflUh 'U Fraternity Row, J ,
.lIppIftIDI! the Stanleyville\ "t villa Kay K Mlxell, Starke; University of' Florida and ENDS "
[ to gislYS6.0asRllslcplomatla JUsUoe:!\A..PeOiinv{ Jttoxks. ;
Margaret Ann Crawford, 614
;! recognitlonu the Mary[ D.: Stover, New'Smyrna; NW 22nd Ave. Jandon Issued juvenile Ls TVIS. e r rWANT"
of the Coogo. Robert L. Lord Trenton \ YOUR
people's Republic ; ticket for careless drivIng lOX ornci O.NS' 2oo .1
.to W. Hunt, High Springs. {
I DIICIIAIGEQMcMIIoa causing minor accident. Shows 2:30, 5:10, 8:30
itovlnclal:The battle capital over Bukavu near the a key Bu- \ Johnson; Mn. Mildred James Jackson Jr, PO Box f..e.........,ii ........a,.1
SOS a bicycle rider Robert .
Abe and Mn.\ Ruth : : : !
looked as
I JUDd! border, U upon son Perry; .11 SE 14th St.S:58pm. Ana 'n'wul ,
In tromqulat and daughter, Mrs 1 rased ft.
:too apparent turning point a r
Sunday at SE!: 11th St. and 4th
i'.I the war against leftist rebels OUIt V. Dowllng, Mri. Anna f
Ave. treated and released
-&. city appeared to have fallen Lee Strong and daughter, Mrs. at AGH for personal InJuries. 1! te- v ..wi.'j'j
I but I Ida H. Laurene, Mn. Annie E. S ".
$> the rebels wai recaptured : ti
In fighting Aug. 19 to 21 Heckard, Barbara Holloway. Xallops G. HalklUs\ 1715 NEd ...........- .
PI., and Clyde Frank Richardson .
I ,ay Congolese army reinforcements GENERAL HOSPITAL S49 NE 12th Ct. Lit: '
I flown from Lopoldvtlle.The OetoketlUMMr. pjn. Saturday at NW 11th Stud Use NEW
''I troopa flew aboard U. S. ;>IrMTIiS
10th Ave. _
Air Force C-130 transport planes and Mn. Dennis Thompson Paul Reese Crimea, 2711 SW OIL
I 'h I piloted by American crows m. NW Ird Ave, Apt 11, 4th Place. Robert Alan Eden-, .
Vhlta officer went Mr. and Mrs. Clarence UNIR.d '
mercenary a daughter .
field, 890 NE: 23rd Blvd. Grimes
I t i! Into action there for the first Eggert, 3* NE: tint Terr. cited for wilful and wanton
,. time In the anti-rebel war. a ion; Mr. and Mn Harl Pea reckless driving causing minor t

'soaUsntt.i property' damage and '.

I ]i ,li j ,112 Persons Die mated pII'IGIIIllftJu11.Shul Edwia and. released Eats Edeqfleld, I fraternity at AGH.'was' I ,,1: ADNUMBER

Row CF e parked car ,

1 |:Fn Fla. Mishaps owner owned'Js by.not John known Locke and whoa'l I \ f

Sr., MM NW nth Ave. 1:40:

I, fly THE ASSOCIATED PRESS corner of Monroe Street and p.m.10th Ave Saturday. .' at unit block NW I For e.p.rt.ell turner ,
Traffic accidents claimed the 14th Avenue In
Driving! While Intoxicated repairs, cell HI loon 1
1 livri of it least 12 persons In Lillian Richmond Hutt 11, of James Culpepper Leverette" "e II
Florida over the weekend. Miami struck and :
ii wu by a car
M, 18 NW 8th Ave, arrested'
FR 6-8866
wee accidents douQ the
w; produced fatally Injured Saturday on
130 Saturday at SW 5thSt
,] fatalities miles south : p.m .
0 Channel Bridge 1* '
-David Cecil Snouffer, 10, and of Islamorado to Uw Florida and 4th Ave. cited for having : You'll save trouble.:. :. r ;
I. i ffalda Kay lain, 20, both of TVtnivlue Keys physical control of an auto Sell Fastwith : f., ,
were killed to a crash Merle McMlfflaa.; of Pen- white Intoxicated. money, too:: : ''f l
1 at Tltusvllle early Sunday. sacola wu killed Saturday a Clyatt Taylor. 1953 NW 33rd i
*"*Lora Primmer, 58, of Hep two-car crash at the Intersection Ave.; cited for DW1 causing major Wt can also solve 'f'
"wortII. Ont., and Walter F. LehAll. > of U.S. 10 and Secondary 117 | accident It SM p.m. Saturday -, L
.. 7>, of Clearwater wen near Penaacola. at NW 13th St and 48th I your fuel, 'oil=1 needs { : ,1'FRfl I ,

i killed Saturday Ins two car Clarence Eugene Karfnesa, Ave' I
.. :Goalh on U.& 301 few than two 44, of Lake City wu killed Friday rift Calls with high auolity I"
It' "'miles. south of Waldo. night when .his. car skidded At 6:43: pm. Sunday, house 66'products.. '
:c .John Edward Blass, I', and into the path of a Baker County lira it 1704 NE 6ih Place, S25 Phillips I .I... \ 0',4 \. \ ;
1 :
Thomas Edward Henry, 11, both band
school bus loaded with damage to front porch
I el Hollywood\ were killed Satur- students homeward bound to Person I
Oy( morning when their car footballgame I ,
Macckmy after a a
went off the Tamiaml Trail and at Live Oak. .1 ........ Me I ,I"to

a,, I fit a tree 13 miles east of John James Lowery, 70, of THOMAS'COMPAN.Y OIL!
VI Naples. Sheriff's Deputy Ed
Z3unter of Collier County said Palmetto, wu killed Sunday; ; I :
miles north of Eltenton -
'use ,l Tje car was traveling about 80 8.14.11'
... miles an hour when. it left the County.on State Road U In Manatee 114. MW"NIN .ue..71 I :f fM

I pavement on a curve.
-'In single/ death accident: I
Ctm "Dames Ben Sandlto, a, oft ..
J Ormond Beach was killed early I RENT -A- TV : ,
Sunday seven miles south of r PersonWANT
fort Pierce on U 4.1. I alai .
'I \ N
'Isadon Cohen of Hollywood' .t!' H' ; FR 2-0433 I
*wai killed Saturday night at the I .
OM. ,iM Ml I WTS ,
Hoed t:. UTS M till
AT f t00 '- ;'

SUBURBIATHIATRI e............. .' I ( : //1 ; '
-; [- 1:1\: \ i. :
Mi 7:00setts ,. -,...., GAINESVILLE.Y : :

: .:=.. ,,; N ( J. '

-J" ARAM-wtlew'M tile. ,; .".. N C, j N CJ ADS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. ; i
d 4nletaay
I aw MOMITSON., . '.
PT ,!.. 1 \. Inn CC'rk, T ,'. ; ,
Sri Ut AM law '- l
"W.. e. 1M W. $ldas' .. If.

a .


", .... """


Mon1'y. OchiUr 5. IM4 G.ln.iUU Sun U.CROSSWORD

10 PETS i sumin IS HkMM fkf S.I..

'CLASSIFICATION TWO SIAMESE ......... 511111StIN .. 610
INDEXANNOUNCEMENTS Sill Nmb14 I'" I p ..pN1r4.
U 11.0141 11115 INYN hums ... gaaana. uaaua
RITRIIVIRI kwdkMiilM ....
151111 15. 0151 10 I.1S.C.
orltk Kllnl pMlffM.AM .. aaaaaa. DQCIQOaann
[ is. -.-_ .... ft _,...... .... 1ft 11111 -10544114" ACROSS S1.rlld......
It PisIds .
t' r 3 e... N Tb.n$4swaP..w -.... raMy I* ... PR > .... ore 1111 urn$5111 II' end eIIQ 1.15./4 145w 3.IJgsM '2.1I1ed! bird IS. LCD t s s

N Uti tiO let rMf WMM HXTUN hurl. .._colloq. 33.R" "U N w R 111. .

._ ..., uUMK MM CMM. '_1'. 4. Tltltlll
11. hMllliy
Porn SAL I pulp
4 PN11114.d JorvIceI ..... it__ _.... f..y .....".... HIM. yo..r [ Qaaanaa .
I 5 ..... InArn..lqNulls UK toon in Mr 51.11$. Hut". I. Schoohl 35. lone,
NotIcIoI'I' Call 372-1987 ......,.. ,.... VtttnRtTIRI whales aaaunaa I QQ D H

1111415 NEW Number 111 ""kuN 4M WIMr IwuMIM. PIP Ad, dtvs 37.p111. -:.... I K AS. naaaBaasEi

: Sa.y 1Nbr5. Chad C.n likMdi 6-7786 An ..inr tlWXn HrMnln* .ulL 3' IIICt1tc P A V S C .
ki ml* I *R turn. 14.,.. *n Ian
15.11 T. S. Aid 1411.T I I. ,. LM*., L*. IrncM W wMM U. Us pytlcIS nnnaan

TN11.. T. NuAUTOMOTIVE' 8= 12 MILLS. H._ 'It lull eo.-raU uxlLfMClMM........,... .,._Ml' U.ISAII V1'wess 40. 5IIn. aaaan. aanucay

Ills C.rMrk trlnM Mll.. 45.H.,. naaun. arauauEi
/Is.. A4.1N$151wsulls Only 17'" *M* Mmu. CH U. Talk 105,5

H AIrNa55 Llld.01111157171v431.l$14 .,...,. 1151. 111-dill. 44-IN*. 17. .ledJtrai {7.TftlDlllII ( TI Snadty'i Pun) .

*Y OWNIR 1 '., I MM, CCI odda 01
CONNOLLY Mm. Lid IM all.. MMMrlw us 1-: =
7t Truck WknMM MMIM Mem MM, Inc. I I IbMroom kml. T_ t MiruMHttr F11 (. CuIp.Mlty M

,i TrKton Truck R"nt.lM mMI HmM. Mon cnurchM en* Mw 1150 20. tr., 4 loM. 9.la1rtllt..y -
Trllr ...... IIMT (Km. 7 yr HMnclnf.OrlM 445. MDMrv ViI... M We11/a ryltaabl.K! 1.l'IuIldw. mlnut
D Ml IMW I mills *M>H| will WN/.1.d 41.14 LIII'I'
a -.cdM A1ft. ,'IIIMVlll* M U. .. 441 ..... Itr15 5 I//.y" I 22. Lark 4' DaIC.111111 4..Aitlclt 30.Lnpleyw

M AuMmkll *<**lr* A 174171 = 1rllkM S 545111.0 MIn.u 14. Near 50. SIt"ll 3. SMwolBfiCcWort U.5rr\v...
II .In kuiimM |l..* yM *MMM PHA HMKcIn MM 41511 I Imn I 15. Vdl $
M MNnuIN14. w 154 I VMT _III", IncUM Mwr.NIW 51.lIaJoia 1150 *q UllCftnt
k) prick, kMiHy 1- .
traMctlM '
M low Cr KMntlni, kiwrviM ft Mrv.Ira. 11111, 17 1111I 11111 1 II. c.P..,. ..

k W MIll Wiid.d : ..... yur IrMnM m* *HT 0511.1 05 7.411 1111. IIOWN 7.TwiteSotntloi 301.elii) M.
i ty.Mm.fi MM ... I _int M MOOIRN R.1OWOOOItLWC It.0bteIIi I.T1IIIbr
q .
51151. 5e51 4141.11511115. 01111 -M> _lit w..
I EDUCATIONAL 12 M... Hl> W..... WII" 5 0114. I **. 1 hind 1$11.1404.MNPS1.I *

11 w.A IMtructIIIt / rued siroiat
w..ng1 "' '''''511' .".1. 7 DM *tMnMMIMMlnkII : ,-
,r If Mutt. DuKlnt ?. IIM' HUM ft MTUIM 'McnnkMMr BUTTS 311.Ify PI P nM wwk ..... aS.Mook'1M.UR
N !-11111-11 5tructMSIMPLOYMINT CLASSIFIEDDial knw ft wHIiM. 5.111. l. MKCMMrMM. mi**. 1 / ....

..._* -.. Mutt knwII Mobile Homes1M. 1.I.. .15.1.45. k5t1.. .
mMM ft ntar TV AMly .toMTMH PI I'M/. ... WMMMim I .
MOI NW *"i It *r an1744M4 5./11.1 r1 441114 51111. 27..*. .*..
11 PmM KM ...... ._ e...... 115 *..._ 1055. 30..HISS

11 MM Hl| W..... OLD P11.41 11111.1? 111.111115" .1.. MW um T... PI .,a
11 HttI-M_ M LInW ..... w. 510 Mw 155410. NW 13th Stat IUV HAPPINIM ft ITIUCH Ml :.
1 .. wllM Mr 14 nwv n '". *M In U. i. Sl5ll.ml D. SI IY
,? M MM Ml. AgIA 11111wIDSiPl.I.yarl111 :
511 .51rlwCS lull we 'Lm ty
M Wkrk WHIM ....IIi' >. ...1... WIte 5441 l55.A .. 0.51111 6th St. I 500355INC.. 3.- q
17 Word W"" .. Mill ?SIN ... .IV",. 15151114 114 .uI1 JtJIoI.=
I I "" $54111444 MMM '. OkMln* wry Inn. .
'. 011 551151 s.rais" M. tnwwl *urI I 55$5, Crudul ..... Iran I PM. I PA*. M.IKnto -
t FARMS i LIVESTOCK. 378-1411 ADDITIONALHELP 11.511. 01111 l: AJM. I* I '.M. .. 1.111.11..1, 141155 S1.I Aufuit I*. Wl NW. N 'L T .... -

M Finn .,*/.... .oJ.. 1.11 wsMY31711 1' Cknww *M wllk M Mtar 2 S> Ho.(*
m wV NEEDEDBUSINESS ..., dr cw*. 40.Sod*
PM S PkrlHtnr, p 15w.o1ay MlKl....* tr*. nomn. 10041 ISV IT IVIkVTIMI
ML***** ft tuppM. IS "' --. ..... CKM lit I c.l.n Mr .Mrty *>. ." *..Ie rnMll* 1.1 Mywr 41.A1..kY
-Ml III.. .h nntril PMrkU.w Kl. UM 4 tlrMMk .,'...* IM.IKVP.iMjrn MlIY 1101011.
LMMcil Ty MlNPH -COOD- kIdS? _lit,"".. Pn 0Mv.ry lilt .....,"" .. 4 Mtn.iv.Mtfrn "
totpMMIILNMtK .... OWN[. kMM.M N. W. Ill 41.Cm** ..
,, 1. MAN. MfflMMtlM' We* ft MlMi rRAILIN nI _lilt ........... Cud 371.5135.SY laws
44.1114FINANCIAL Announccmtntt TECHNICIANS RMI*, (ItrM MART Tl.rp/l55 111 N 11111 w...... .
H.y. 17 OM I I id OWNIS.15111.11.11 COO:; 43.Mt1.lMB ::::
., IM norMra, TV, .HIcatrTOP \ 1417 II nnh Mr H t II 3 .
PAY *_.. ....,., Pfrm* tut Pu''* Phm 3111015 Mien Mr 11111511 ml.lta. 414Ipull1 11KM1.Call 17NoI1. 455 ra or llRURW

IMDl (.... Prto** DMMtlll 511011 SIy w55NM.111111y taMlln*. Mnl M 1a.1 JH-W4I mcnlM' M M* wr IM -
ilMM $11 .
E MtoMHM OMrl i LOSt i POUND COUCH'Stn $ .. 1551110uiI WKnnr, O.IKMVIII -. .....*. 11,5,451.l15.10-: ,.. l1r 1 : :=.. 15515 CTMI CM** P. 0. kw 141, OMKM ft Ill CM*. CCI Mm. ., tit Nl OUftkipfyS +
I MHtfMj* POUND 51ruH5 05/51. Out Miln SiII 5. 15. 11. w14N4" S0 It SIN : II.'''''. Nnr vr. II. N.!. lm PI 1.1.2315151 M ...7..4.. _
PT. I0PiI. H 5111 IN '.... Pu .1naf. PnlM.1ail1y PATTRRM NUMftl _
14115 1551 M, yNHINN -Hl, MNiwriMl. PMMN 1511 144 ..,... I..
4 P.M. Mllkrut Wild 111111 N
'Mturlnf ...
= C-. lit
P11a -. 14111 005 1141 144 05114 TMrt
WIT OT *M M Min) <. MOTO" ngun 5IoLIIIM"" Mr O
WWM toa Suyu cny limn, MM mV IM .: c...,.5 w* *mutnr 1.111111" 0155 L151.5. PRII Ie Snll' 5505111 151.. 01.15M1045 Mne M 115 lMn.SMI IS N..P I." If NMM hf ..,. .
41 MTl kMT
11 lot Woe Malls H1n.. Plus 1 4IMrm. km.nMMry VMVM IS NMMI fk* .,..
mill 1101
.I.PM Ml COli.,. C..... JWwllta lit IN .
tan* II CM.VALUIl'll Nice nmnMlkll
-'- -& Tall. 1'1-1:117.: 11 0/054. OeM ...'- N yg IWlMM'SERVICE
5.11 'ro.._',''ton *n* *Mlr* M W 11,1 _,oft C111115." 1311 Nl IIIK T''I.c51 I i XM = HIG"U'NIl 75111.5.. T
PI .
-"IIt.-.i *, wll McKINNEY
LOST IM ft wrilt tmnll MRocky 11 k HAS lUlL T'' > mt. CVMI 111.as. "
.... Point tnt. C..*....,.. run yur *wn fcuthMMi w COMPLIT UILTPATTIRNI rliOrt AND DRVrrMln| 1151. PIll If. '"' .Ir _'Ion. 511/1
111114 15.1.1 !t*, 5/V15.1'
.' dot 1.51. CXI, PR, Mill Mil Mr c-r\1 KUlMlMDm OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD In MUM. KM Oulltl ry M*trick tlv* .."tII': *. I- TWM. MIMr IM. P*, 111-1),1 IV 171111TN4iil5. GREEN -.
Y ANL.I IMlk. .....
RIWARDIPOUND ., o.hMviii tun. 1110'10 5504 l Pr MlMwr" 11114/5. hIll Mry kutlllykulH. M. mKIMc.lur : 1Ih."" ,:.
M Mil. *. Pu' Wt M Wlllfcr / 5114 1. "'. It. 5 Ie 1:31111.. MOBILE 411. 10101 CMk. MUjUMrlMM tknncln TNIle $411111511415 r5_ IWII 15.5 1.5 51511511N ,., DEATOtJ'5ALTOIS
47 T'..... Pill .nl nw WORLDCVCLOPIOIA. SOCK IN- WANTED A.I PRIUI | *..11..... IM Nl MlA .INa5u4 11 111.. 5.1511 141. 10- 515 "' _lit. N. .. $1c.
M Pull on ft ..... MMitrn tv nlucl ;: 6-5165 HOMES u ion COR SALE .... Pn. gMMI. 4.11455" ............... 151004411 'Ion. 11.11. _... lAST UNIVERSITY AVE
; 1
15544r 11 lm. C.ll PS Tl .wI: 15.50. P11A
*Mrki Iqvrk At* DRV CIIAIWRIM I ktOui* ; )4ulay. Tw* 11.1 N
71 IMM 1,114, I w 155 nint* M L.. Wlnntl. = :$J11p 't"'IIIA III ,_
'UT IgaAL '11. '"
GLADYS trmlH 5.11 WM
Owl "- "tumltur ""'Iud...* WMK.In *
71 CurS 1111 4 ntSONALIZIO SIIVICI WANTED matins 1154 Ie 511 PIMM aunt Jet Ml ft "INORTHWEST 115. SIN 4111 411 151 5.1 All "to MHl M N. |. IM
n O5Ils 1,1110 *n< mtlnt.ln *MINIC I' 51711101 01.1. 17"11I11. nwcKIM nrrl*.a nm kMI OCAL" 51.15r t M' /mc. IMtK IT*. ':
.. .BlitnMnt ItM. MlII N... till 1i15 10115 1415110. LN.IdM '..... S.wN 411ru.15 SMITH '. 5551170110$11111511M-
n M..1cII 14711115515. HUT. ".II KUkl tlAUTV IAIOONMutyMitudgM .r P/1.15 1744. : TRAILER SALES >ROI .. Mwillhil IMII NWCtlM 111015 1511 1.111510. 10,111115. TIM It,.
', .IHM MlMHll M city .... 51.111 0" IsNl1.r
All MTU IVWIIIIM4Pwm. 11775.10 "N N 1111M I7W Wilds RM N. 1511 1.51 k.. IMCM-HI MM yr* MUST SELL I'
: I llmltl wNk .. .. UrMtbClly 51..r. 4 '.M. 55.0455, 372-5393
RIAL UTAH POI IAU i' UlnNwIns.Nlml II.N 1.151 :5111 NV idsvly Ills. At Pkn Ln V4MI w..... AIM 'lrl tot* ***U.w. ? .I111-M .1.-, u.._ N1.. II Mikw.' In MM* lucky IK*
a Mown .Ham Mr Wtmot U I. jn3.IARN ,_en. > M W..... .... 1544 1 "III .* tram kwM Ill a Iwed k* .... R1I4 5 *:r.M ywr IKMM TKii
0tIIII 01IPIN 111115. PnnnPRM4MSCHM FEDERAL QUALITY 0.111 MM M lr PMI I ::: $ 155. 1 //= ::: 55. I MHI .Murr"
.rill 10 pys15nfOld
M, kitMWMctrfnnt IO ORIVII _lei M. I HOMES INC. 1rry1 w.lll *n* I MptM Mnkl. Prlc $41 PSI 111110 4411145.1 I 01511? .*.,.* | ,.. ..M Mm muM MMM.
Pr.*.rbUHMM / Willis. M Mrvu *r ..IMrryM 1 14-Se.. H... W..... 4M NW IM II OllMtvllMPR Mnrii 1111.11.M.4s1 Nmn Inc. lUM c..... Mil IR ..* 11. PK.inIPII .. .:. mm...44. III AD 5.clly.. KHcKm MmnMnMi, W 51011111 1111. II." c.... Owner win 1 -
tar MMMCMtkfM > Way Drwim" ICTWM: PIHtm. Will W.- Ja.n.r1 .. .71tI, Wm IIId_ UN.. "II HlO. .L1.1 104 511511151 $111101. 111W -. u14N .....
Cell V DeCoy 4 wn VA IM r-MA I. .N1
1 P .. ..,.....
Lk. by H.K t PI.* SAL.IMAN It 101' 4.11115114 515111 N.o"I. 55
tor tol. 1.555 on Iuy15 .... ..111114.11P5Shcmll I L.. l.1l..11..1.1I.. 5'.. I.IM*... SWIMMINGPOOL '= triVrrs Wi.trMl 1' 111544 lot MI414N Para -..
17 UNI ..,... .......< S SPECIAL NOTrCU.OSB ?. C5roI43 TMw wed, I WYATT- wrI _I* W 17.71. Tw Htn Mr. Km. CM toCMrl 5114 0111,1-Ad 1110
N RIM litati Went** 15... /1115 P.- 1. 1/11MIPINr 1M3.L I. W. *cr* lull IV I n./0a15Il-ls =;w- 51.4 3/II.. Sfiv* ky MM N W Bn* MWM$11111M
1117401II /7 SI. 1 555. CCI 5.111 151 51111511110
Tkwn ,......, MWy MARY N'J ---151 P.>.I7. .
W CNN *..* .. Only W MM Trailer Sales MOELLER 111.411, ft fttr sand. ISIS yM Sup -
40 kuilnrll PnrWtlM' i PI* .1111. dm** BrciMtSKttn. |* *V 151141 NISI l|. N>"lM in. 4 RMMmllkl 1 Inwm e_ H.nS 1 REALTOR IPACIOU/ 11110.1 A 1154 MwIlM Mil VIM (um* 2MriMMr 1111 lei 11 5. 155 1 DUPLEX
41 MiN ft wornMl )' 1.f1'" Mr 11.5.511 1.144 51111111 PJ ..lIP! .._.. KMH. wllk Mr 1 WIWIMMINO ......... AMy I kita, Hi 1511755I I"M 1 I Id M.r *M Ml IllrkrnVI ,
4> Firm 5 AcraM B CkMCM* CIVIL SERVICE IMlt tut AlnlrMTrim III w. UiMMnlty Ass POOL. LMlM ..) *..ii. ft |r. DM. Uk..... P...* 111,01 ..Adwe 11 111 I'd 1.silM = = 4.
41 Olmtf 11...,,' MMKINTALS 1.-1.- i. 1515111.1" Tr.
LAUY, ,... _.. _. .., 1110 1111. 144111$ 5115 .... Octal, Pim MM Ikm I*1MI IMtn HMVIIy WMM kHItIMnrlMklM ""4 city Infill*. TKM. 11111 mc pItfMI > : 1.111135: 'lIr rIIPIA5551 .c 14 _"'" -IHI.Nw PwiyKinliKM

_. cir* ky Ch'....... '_lit yr*. 5.. ."' ... MIt ..Ice. III WAdams Ita DIN 5451.- tprMM" IM craMi' ktMlwul ill* kuy .... .111 11IoGLADYS nwniti lMm CwM*M**W M ."
Mull 11155515117
Mr Mill *r
51101M 5, 551 InSNy. .. 451511114HIGH 41flSlOC4H. SMITH .
4!1 CrtvM ,-" .. cr.- PfMM kMM. M. t. W. Kirk CONTIMPOU.Y: 11155. I MM wllk M toMFM. AUTMtf*
CwtMM fir Rent ICHOOI.of PI*. M"ick 1AI4Ny.. Jl N. Main. PR INIIt 55.55 14' Oc.l Mtk Mn.IIM. I PMMMI TNM XTRAt.. N Realtor If 11th 011I" ..II. CMI.Is .
WOULD LIKi M MM child kl m 1511 51111144 A5111115 _I-I4IIC. .5,1110. Ns./N lot Woe NW M Ml. kMl Mniu 11 mruM kHMWy 1-1117.
41 PumMM. Aft*. ": 11.1.$w 1.1111. 111, vN17t IdlMl, P. 0. 111 14441. .514515 IMCI'*! Mklun. McluMMk / 55,4, 11111 A.........'
44 Untumliim Apt. Sell ,..... N 5.5.15. VIIM, PI* 33111.PIANO Drivea 14 Wtrfr irt Pr*,.rfy *n* MiMr 54. :.r: Vlr. ..1lSCP, .... 1.11.5 ....._ ASSOCIATES .
P. 0111.51. /1,11441' VMM* Mn Ik, I _"'! ITN ...-III
.Ml rk tMCMT KM !'
47HWM *ir ::: 0uILp.vJ.YM
= t. ,
TINY TOT 145. S.slmIri .1.nN155.1111. WIN FREDWCRAWFCRP .M) Or .jr"'" rkntfc MfMM wNPANNI =NI.1HA I = :=-A., II. ,. L W1IIIIIIrt
HOUM* tar ... Unfurn.4f 1155. N MM. lilt Nl MMPlc LittleSave 1.11. > tTMM *'lMMlOVILV MotIl..L.. .... .
RWM hr RM PLAY SCHOOL tr c.Tl g4Ht *nyHm.. 1:1(5Sill.ITIIWICIIIIISf.: 4111 141..11. ?. 541111111 1.15

M 14.011. ...... YIIH II 144 lit ......., A05. I nI'lII .... III Mll11d, 515 51514. 0"1." 115.551 I ''----'" I
14 II UK W P* 4155/1 Real Estate Exam o. H.I.DVII .
II MM. ......* Lot I N51M5. 114' ItIII,
CHILD CAl11r'S 5114151,. COUkJRATTINO a M *.... *| IM. trail nwnyM 1.5 4,11 514.51 111.11 M
I1A WkntM, T. Hull Ills .141111411. MIVISS 4151151 rM 511145111 I'M. ,,,,* ..... / ... AIM I Kir.IM ..""* M Woe NW MCIIM (MlkwiM '
5 5111515 w..... 1111. 511 PI .111 Mil NW *lk $l. C." V1OT7CovrtM 1.05.10111 lot 111. 111 Nry MUM WIIK *OCk M4 MMw l IK* city H...ii.. ONLY

H Ottlct OMk Sped WILL DO MkrMttlfllto my ......,, IIIORTIIANDINOLIIHChI DAD ANDuMa .5vs.L1lw. .. *'"* .ll *um*. Many ../.. On.LM. _HUM wit 01 BOWK.MUOl .
.' P. Inculrk UnrllMwlry
_ivy MCtlM. PKiinil 17H 4 SM11 T41415 to OT* t laXMI Mm. ,
M mlMM KwttliSUVICI 11110.1. ClMHUnlv III* hitur*, nxk* MUK* .. C*. t *MrV IrirM klfrMmcm 11-

II FINALS HELP WANTED 11.. 11,51.1. HusIS'a 51115.1C.11.551 1.1155111. IN wr Mf kroK *nWIOII LAKSANTA PI ."M 1/1//1111 515111 :1l.-:1.: : 11111115. A
I44 W. A44.PS 1.m 1114 11 d Hin 11111 IN, 1.101111 I 1/10. 5504451 *rM.ONLV
.- WIDII ._ I ,.. II.IIICIII/ 1.1111155b RfGIiTERfD: NURSE -0-. L1. 0515$ Tr14 "I.5N tmrfl. Mm* 111515. MMMrm
'f. .
lit 410105 .55s.. OM .11 ...11. 11111IIS5.1M Istill LN PR M47It I
44.1 "IIn/r v.1u.nN .to Mttr M ku ....*. U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TOTS! ....- 111151151 0tIII 10 *. NOUN M L_ OM.V MrMk JOHN ) ( 1 <
.. Ism, nut IT.*]*!
14 RtJI. TV .....Iet PAST TlMI .7 SSp PSI 51.151 1544111 tr *r
A15/1V 10- Mu.-w mh5.. 10.0. .,.rt...... IS nr I PM VfrXTt.
U AwiiiK* ft P.11NWfWANTAD == = Il-IS : 1155. I .... 5110.11.7' 1,1115 SPECIAL MERRILL
y.4Nl5 ,, 14 S Mr LM Mr mullS Mm*. :
1155 Cedar Shores
10 It 0k1 VS M .Say 444.11. tL rr.- = : ell Key
wll" ..... He 101",.. 1111.1 141. tin i MIX Mnlnlniiiil i. uil REALTOR THIS WII1C1 IS ONALAN'S
RATESPH. .511 u5m111" Nr15..u.nuPS. _MtMY. PRII MMnnMM. *nM Prilrw. Pr fin* homMltM from $2250 SPOTLIGHT .
Mi.. Sissy MM 1Med. 1 >. uiiriM, nMulrwn.nil.. 5R ... nan-wot rfronr from $1'I 0 "' :n'roAIIOCI. ;::
Writ* TODAY flvlnf" .* ,oft Irani lrll.r. INDN
17I-HI1 N 11UI11.wAnlll" Ml. -< $
M._ 114 15111. LIncDln: .... a I. l.cIW hiChwifM WANT D. 441511R.4410M. Ice, $44 11IM. 0111wld 155. laTcit fit ""15. Marina Locations MARCILLA; 0A101W. MR. SANDWICH SHOP
Apply N.144 ON _f K ,UCNNANNANsilvici
.W NS M. POI IAU NVESTt facllHItt/ _d.d "h r*
OilyDEADLINES n ton fc MM Cmpn Plus
21 UMMwk *> 111110I
WANTIORN *r LPN Mr nnr nur* CALL $5
Motel LocationsINVeSr.tKcommodallom
4.. 11..1. C.II M,. .111.5., 144. I "' .. LOTI ,. ..""' .. If... N.Nh" Mr CN.HN.IS. M W:. Uu11. A... ,

4 71, 11._ PI. 41151 155.15,4101111..1511'; aUMvi* wim MCM M 5.a5. I a............. 111511A07 Ab5'l
1A 1451 .... .441. ASS. 15 IsISNCNd 11 L.I Iawe Nedt4 OvTMMPMM. ...
T_ two tit nun AVON CALLING =. 05. 1155 wul 1115 410 11111.1 ..... 10$141. tV .. "MIllet:1
( I:M Mk. D.yMI fuMkCtllM kOOK NOW-4AVI LUlL Mr 5151 514 ==-11.11 N I: DAVID ANDREWS. 101 1.4 .11.14.1. 1..N MT W : :

II 1.11111 7 m.n.Y IN C..I' PrMiiMr vrahjct y..r.Mff 141115 $1111 5 0.4 u1 5551 AIM .. (1M kMMr* W. Uf. A... ls.af (. Kkf *..... ...5." ./. 1110

J Per $11145111 M.P ...... IMr- _HIM IKOMl"OMrUnc_McMMry Prl tills Writ w** 5, '.MUnM... 15111/111_IM 14 prlc 144 115.rlM REAL ESTATE ..... PR 2-5002 M lfcr MN4MM1 "M,. ......." ..... AJ*.'| CIt -'*M

II:M 1.m. AVM Mir P.O. tm 4M 0m 115 .r..r.5 51 S NI $54RAILROAD CEDAR KEY .41 or 31311 INS hi Ml .....>.l..) .,.. ... MM ..)>.. 4VMr.
I .r Ml to Ii ** ". SI.- .UK. Pi*. *r till PR M4IICOLOR 1111,1 511.15. 551015? -= J .../. No ds1/Ny ........

1 P-J"-? ** N 4 lIMo ID WmiMlMr, 1 4ntft TMWANTIO : tnM.OcWMr PIIM PMX P 0.11.1114* .!MI... AI.41JIM. SIDING LOT tMkVMklftiw ...... MM OHiMt Wyl

i 5115.A5$4 550.4?. 111511.!...,. S AM 114 MVf nm It. NAYS 1111111.51111 M O.1. his --
Ny. 51r.N 1441.' ... 1551 : = --J: :: :
fAMILY BATH II .N AM. C-.... 1M W. 5.110 5.Ssn.K.. :-= 64 MODELS Ilad 15115.IAN.TM .
PETS 1115
11.111115 ........... M ..* 1151. 10 sunup IoIY 1..1. 041157.. awv "M1. ........". II ..11015 4MJIi.ls

1111111.111 .......... 1e 11M rdM I IMr 5..151..51.. 1 011 NALrgilor 51101151115 Iv MANY MwtlM I *cr. ..l. III 1515.444ril ............4 N101Nsy1M .

I 411111511. ........... 1H lilt _WMk CII M*lit.I wM.... *M 0CIII0 Mr 154. 111 $15, 114 1/ 11.51. ,11011. 1,1154 4111 AiM rr CMS/. .*... Mfeto kntX M

II ,Intcrnm .......... M DM HfHU.IXPIRIINCID. 1 111 51x0. CII 17.- 11510111 a AllfXIATII. INC VMM /A. *7 .... 4 1M. .4)M...
wltrM WMMAMini 55510$ 1551511 II1dI 115III. CLEARANCE .

10.5 dIorII -...... WInvltl4yfI5 M **r II. C.1PI 1441.MMW -. A.e lit.p1414I5 N1111. II N w.IIIAtTO u..... 11.11 W.*k .W MM* WNk'1 IPOTIMMTOJI '
WII INN a 15151r51.d ...,_.... IIM HMrIKm -
RMElNTAk CIII 172-11- 1444555000105011134711M111115
a 1.1115. N .n1.n51

'M 411.1 ,.1 144 M 1. AMIITANT willi .....-waMM.. ,$41151*r. IIAMIII rxliMTM kHhm HIM*IK MM MM M.Mrvlc ckw*.. =. t1./511 D\-III: 710 OP :1554;5511* Wk'v got to nwki roan few hIlu '6S nlob114 ........ 1'"IAlrS' D'NINt 01000KTA. *

.. 11M .... N 011.1..114Ills 11* MM, Ml V*. WUIIMM M44 "AL' 0.0IllY, 11.11. la **.... mork.d ptictt down antoilxallvt Sav CMvalun 3314.
8 Point itMtnf .... mkritld "*..... IW. U..... 15 fN11 lik. ITICK IIUIAMDS '0" .. r... """n ....
lm M I INN .rlMrv *TM ft MMTUJM. IIAMftt kritan Mr MM I M* I ,.. Mr MI 145115111. mMIUT 1510 11 101151 11"$ UNrV1l55lTT 1W4

WANTID- kril Hm* McralwyA lit .M, III M* M.Phom 372-2601. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY .wn| w:1111115o tARRYl w MITAWlANTmi WM. AM.WCM :::r-: :) RMMW lmrM
12 point 511..51111111, n 0 H : *i* iMur I O
NASHUA 0M M A M. Ik) II ,... MMMM I *r* MM M
4. 110115,1 PIINPId. 5111. TWO I iMnlk .44 AM m.. CM- i M. .. prlM *t .. ftM.
Urn M t IMM .rmr* tyM 11.04 u.e.55.ry. 375.153, Mr 440 1150 II.pl.51 .15114 5 I Ml N M.kl. $r*.t Mu11 M pal 10rlMN1 .Sy 'ItI I A M It /415I1N51

LoC-. _. ..- .............. ...... Pw M MIIIY w.amMd4 HUMS / --m- 10 5 5554,4 15.1.110
18 Point "NlkOI 1 IIH7l ISSN PM.twnKnn. ........ ...- eel I DINIP/S 11011 11 10111 *15115'1.eed ... 110 ... 1511.. P1 54155
10. 1.0,15 .0..44 NV d. *MM I72-4M1 55 M 111511 11 Mw
_....III- C1..... 2 lodrconif Front Kitch.I1X1995 : ITALY IN &AINIWILL17 .HtY'ucr.I. ,
Mm* I lIMe rlrwy tyM OAINISVIUS .105 05.1 15135 A.M.It ... ...
PIT A. MknMMM IM IMI .vriM.DMimninl ....... 1 1V554-= 9TRI U.MOUTIIY I ..... II' iiiklkliilil to Woe Mmk ....... ....... M 55 pow 151.ISl11 .
... M .
PkM 4TKMk $444 1M 445 .
1141544/, MlNwrl 4551_ 111 1... 1111 .== A'IIM Me 11.51.M111C. .
24 Point '011 IALI /AIl1T NOU' dN1.N.1110 w r PCM INS 111511.. .. ... ""C''
I' 115 11.11115 III 1._ P10. "
0111 ? "" Nry. ...
II M.1.N.IPW11.1.4 L11 .
.5 -= : :.: 1L C515.fIM 11 4011 1.1111111111111 P10 r km 5*.. Ml IMIMMMran 'Tm ... .
Mm M I SIN1..y tyM 111 51.11115 54. 511 P." kMr. MM ky IM ii a144 M. IIN0SI
OISH: WAiHIH: (rid coot'l $1M. CIttM M.514.P.. ASS5551537444$4

.... Colt 17.09'41. I Org.nolly' pncxl *t KinaVldi mm*! Gl wS* **tlMtrm ,ar0 TRIMIMOOUIMMt I.1IM NV IMP 015.A54III.ls*M Wk M. GlNIIW. (;.AINU 1

36 PT. PLIANCI RIPAIRMAN PiCUM ti Rest. .IIeSC10 low tarimvnti tMtIMM Oro
the m town. MtoH lr.M-M tTEAKROOMPMturku
Shop .
mMI WMK f. VIlla I MjrtllA4.AWIM 11-
11,4 .llnli10NV1. ""' 1 p.4Ird. b115 0 flllollC'"O' -1tI1y Sly. *. ..._ell ....,. Serving 24 Hours w I. >k k *M cIt MMIM
kw in, c* Mik* ?rPu/ NORTHWEST M low M $60 Ivia _. ...... IWff" UM WMkv M m. MMwtlftt II 51445 ........ 1
Mm M > KM *r Mry HISS lftlf'Ced in BUY AT \ .c..... .... lit 115OUTCH 1011 V551511- ....... ....
IW "lit. PR -.t
_n'| ttotK.no J7'2JI. I SAVE HUNDREDS 1153.1.51.5 51 11 Woe 0....... TREAT
TM iMMKtll Jut Ml M OUT I MAN |*IM IHM Mllwv.OTPiCi 55x12 ITALIA" 5.51110 IM1W, U*r. AX.IKVMJ f
11.P5rNI51I M 11155 515 555w.u.re $5Mr1ed 415. II mN111yMrr.d. I 5.1 714455
..1111..1 ... I PuN 1P ..... 144101.. 151 011111 51111051 .1111/5.150-5.15 'UIlLA.:5. ...
1 lulls N 111111114 .1 lit 4we51 SIN 375.15. 11.1117SPM AIM HU. L fcMIM M LwkTM I 14115.11 01114 0154.C.P's .
11011.0.1 5 O'Sih11 .44.1 I 3 IEDROOMDOUIU OF DOLLARSI 11 6*. 141 W USV. AS.l i IN.1I 1/44 M 10 .=Nw1I555.1 :....

515 S1 011 M lie M HJPPLTMIOM.IA6IO 11.115 S11 N M M- Mr *tM KM. 7 AM M PM I' AOM/IS44ON/
.441 1505 115..01'1 M ) w44 .
41015 M'1Ie N M M 5.11. 1511 ..4151 1..0101 511115M415.05. I OFt focus suns ....'. II-. ...... 51044 hMM I N U*> M lull v11NvWIy N
.............. .. .......... .. ._ It Y FURNISHEDONLY -.115 511(15.FEDERAL', MWUM4 1
1 m.11w111I1/11 Pal 101110 10,5. 5.

"'......... 111143 sI 554/1 1 111-14 511155 505515. N III 1111..1 44 I MkM *M MUXIM M ... IT* *AOvlltiM 'III
11.4 M PS MM. I1.. $7400'II. MO. PALM 3.4.5/5 f H. ATMOUI .tlTAuHAHtOTMJ
N11..10 ..11 1110 115j5 1P1NI1. 0tIII 5.117 1011 511 w MM I* ... ftt BINS ft PANCIDiRtCTOkTf
TIll ..,.. 1511111.50 TWO cotorkd( inn 172-093 I* n1..k. -Wf TtAM POI ANTTHIkMir* 5aP.SPA.M.N14.44Pp ...., /.1/15 H.M .AM. I AjVnm

II ,..... .. en Sol COUTM. Ml TOM Ot JACK 515 It 117 w (*< Asa
5//N_ ....... --- HOMES
......115 ...-.. 5010 .1114 IiI 5.11/11 I QUALITY II TO LIlT YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAmillA 01 PLACE
410 ......... 01 11- w N5 II.w"IO Northwest Trailer I IHTItTAIMMIHT IN THIS AU NIWINTWTAINMINT GUIDE
71111.1 M de5....- 14 rvIM M* MM 5.14. 4120 MOtTMWElT HTM tnSfTAINUVtUl Of I
WALDO 10. .....
j 2T02
211.1 r -
01101 CALL ". ..n.
...+.1.1 I
..5..54 .
11. ..'
15. Al It 1111141.1 51AN NCa4lLr1 A* .... U II
It .ww1 ls M 144141 1 h 0.-.. ....an

111.. 115 r.sAiolll

r TAI ,,1Olai 101r / Iwo. A Bnlrto b/11tI4LP 55Nt11 /

311M1wT MT98TUANUJOW. T5t : =a' )=1 d / IMO 7 w 11344E 61111Bo

e0 M[11511. 511 OI C1Q11 .- iT

1 11055 SASIEP MC POLkMOKCK iurs:wlr i t f1/1 A11. IOEt rt P.11.7.41J

1114 R/W 1



.. '.
: I i
: I 1 P ...- ,



l );;;;, 14M1

... ... .. '" .:-;- .- .- ';'; ...'..... ......... .. .........-.. ... -.---- ... ........- .. ... -...--.-.,," ."- -

. .. \
. .

+n -. f t 14 ''Ga "...m: Su. Moll;".,:Octobor 5. 1964

,,' _
....-....;;! -

;: ,. ,t'J'" Beneath This Banner 'Are The World's Best Bargains ''i

A ':;: ADSj ;/" '


A j- $3 tho Closets tr Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra coih Person to pane eds ore for non commercial users Mlling, mtrchancHoa, ,rlc..f

1 | at $100 or bit 'with the ..!King price stated. in tho ad. No additional oats for adi that sequin the full 10 1Ia,. No. refunds for a.s. that .

V LAYS mjf LINES brH( | .quicker action. "

-.-, DIAL 378.1411 A Ad-Visor Will Word Your Ad.
,, .0' Courteous Help;:;Tou f

IS H.... ter Ser I) H...... hf J.I. 15 ....... fee S.l* I SI HMMI It* .... I 15 H-tfw., ...' r

THHIB _town* 1 IN'. CCB.rmn ; 1 j 11I Mock komfc jcg lay i...f HI* NW m itr. Four _..... I'H. II.. dm0 Md IN (til '1';SUBURBAN I Now Brick Homes
ntt, VM Iowa, p.yM ran c h.. / CCi homo I." .ccMayTM : STOP LOOK LIVE month M W.IIIM. purduMrIpwloin "
Par IM. ION M W. III DrM r high MW poky" md tow scar : % idyll' = ..... sum, I Bit ft f kttti, HEIGHTS .. r
; ate>>IH AvaPARRISH PaponiNk 17..301. : II Itt* by 1045 N. W. bath and l.rga to*. LROR and kNclwl. iiUar '"
THE TIME IS NOW. laps good look .. Kilo NEW I ., 1 I
, I .". loin Cl bans with cwt NttjnDortwod .III"'I1-. .1 f
: olrcondlllon. Oorgoout AAA NotghborlMod. d block. o( Il' Pru.14R'Addrw t ft 4 ...;..M. tullt'In MenClMMf -
NN "hoot mid
, : swM taw I IR, I both horn with" cm oioc. mtciW Lana FI*. ....,.,. Nast. ... ....... N. 1ulit Sr Th.U WPa 011W. M 11III'v.'' ..
I .. hoot IP tlr __ Bu.* kltchonInel room Vk afro lot. You CM .... I ."" ...1.,.. 1001 NI "". II. H.,. Oily i.st.N. down __. PISA Mss pM r
built ti In t "' : w and :N.w. ...' loads
M rnM wen gin living In thll n < I M.: I Sam", Water front C.I., dghw..Mr., P 011_'. '"' ..< fur On ": n. .... Sall M PM, .ik..st.1
} ;. Do You Have A Room, Apartment. PRESENTS PI*. Rm. L.... krtchn, OlnRm I I' ft Nvlnf HM Wui ON., jwtg*. ,Coll'w now for.....n.. I ........., ..... g ,Ceo,... ...... I... t 1
., Acre it ground elf MI MIDOIIWAV CONSTRUCTIONco 'FURNISHEDComplotoly PR.. MAo0NA. ..w. PIN Plow ft M M icl \
NEAR UNfY'"IITY. 1 bidroam. I tout mtu tnttu i '
= House Rent? MIN .lei ,' both W. PL.TCOISMACOMA .,.. HOIMI 'SAlLY
Or to Largi living furnlihod 1 .11 1
'...... ..._ MeCOY Hoban .
w'III' 11. ip.a t. CONVINTIONAL MOVING TO JAXT tern hi good N : tocotlon. I CM VMRM *r .,. f
dwilngj" nm *nd n J -"IuI. dofichid. ......" Cond Mr. Ptrochlil and b.dlmtul waterram to. Hill on.*now. MACOMA I IiIi
; I .. COSTS /N.mN.ctiv( working. ..oy fran. SAIL 1Iut'rc::: : .Pen Rm,I Ram.i-WTK. .N I. Your
REM BER-Ar.ental.vacancy Y Liras wtodod lot.MAtON ... 11 k. w propirtyCintim i
Now, 'y ...... toll Miry Wet I. built Mr ftrockwi bchbtdroomt. UNIVERSITYREALTY HOMES, INC. ....1..-. MWMt ..) ...*
MANOR H** 4 hod.room
: ::: YOU MORE.than the jd that will! rent 't olr halt, control, .hut L *nduKrtt .r I -=, .'""=,.,:",Roan.. Room.' .,,,;... li .rlt.i ffmtmtml tuoUlPi ..... j 1
conditioning v
o ly
, : ..,.tm talk.. 01lAlaN THI 'JEFFERSON"
I It ftncod bock gad *rj dtud ondttnof 1 n., I .."", Path' Nr. torn.ond Jsauti1W kikli.n.amm LAKESHORE
mokM (...*! ort* for chlkdm. ,. ., .having or, d1I. Pit 174111
; it! J High Owner III"'.... 1111 N Main II. .
( l.oWlont llnonclnjIMMIDIATI rows kondiupod ..... (*lliykltchm. M Ins. II... .'..... W. M. Munroo. Snails '
,. Clurmlnaly colonialdada..
will trod ir wll., outright Coo.tct Ant! *. I. McLwfhlln, Frank Roby > TOWERS
OCCUPANCY: Mill MIa It mitt/
CM with
FI' COSTS YOU M h4 to mil" ......... I bidroommtoonry INVIITMINTno. Hujn fdwirdi. Inc. Mien ,, ,. Roy. MeCinn. TC. Dougln for rtctout. contain.porory mevtnlOTcoi .j
I Here's what your'vacancy homo on nlco. FiorW Prop., with, *vt. hens, Dormm, MM rr.Mgr J7MSJ1 J BYI... NMIco ho wtU LEASING ;
.. 5.1 lilt wifln walking dl.t.lc.al IIIR 4 Mth Downtown apolMod. With on* With NOW ,
._ HI' Ic/IGOI ar.d J.
is'' laundry 'known,
until it rented ond
EVERY DAY : Pantry
J. 1nIoy. 7 NW HI.ON. .
: I Ii \. I I ..r. I lotnt. n2iMLMeld I OPEN HOUSE lorw. handy k>INS Mrvk. m.tronot
TRADITIONAL t totfrotnv tMm comprlllnf. 4 ler... woltr ........ Thoro ors Mid' bid
.= PER DAY IS "Samsviii' ram. tff. .1 solid brick 3 bedroom 2 bath, with owMondlni cloMt
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS : ,rate tftolnf: room largo lomltyNIW LOOP Beautiful new fKllltlM plM. two Ml fllotf.. airIUXURY
nom Wills' Arpl.cs, Pint.? home with open brick fireplace. Built in oven baths IM a.Wrdroooivg. + s:4 {

J 'I :; $40 per mo.. .. .1. $1.33 per, day Wing Mil In and _. MARY I and range, custom built kitchen cabinets, h.oroo. 5,In fomlal Ills living mater ram IV''''wttII. It

Jj ,it. .. "- $50 per mo. ?' $1.66 per day WIITIIOI II tcr.mUMtltl Mi pnodllraoN. wb.tlvlilm .. MOELLER large storage and utliity room. Double carport .fimlly_r.room" dining with'' ream 5 flroplK.tnd .plan. *. .

'Mdo' lott 121..00. con with curved drive sodded lawn. Excellent bowtlhjl ...
chwry "
.. ...... tlocl 4rtlm
Vv: : .. $55 per mo. .I. $1.83 per: day! .wr.....,llto. now btfort your trlcM .oVMM > REALTOR location. Immediate occupancy with small Tile with'I.Hi." III.Hup......al fin tho car homo gorioi 1 r

,. down payment FHA no down payment VA. I and oar "".". will
$60 per mo: .. $2.00".ptrday' loll W. Unlvtntty, Av* ,
ANCHITTt HOVI5ITII too ... 04471Montbor N.Wj. 34th St. I mod a Mtgntful" pats I* (
'II Located at 506
I mwlmottly' l< Km Mdv L. LAIIngAMCLN. N...
$65 mo. $2.16 per day laud on Nowbtrry Rood Jute Muinpu. ,. A
par AMERICA 4401 NW ITth PI
.. HOMES i
... .
ISM I yoon in -.. I. W. Meilltr PMtor. Ifttidr CALL YOUNG ,It t

$70 par mo . $2.33 per day TII. MOU.I YOU HAVI 55111 Dick Durenharm:" Maya .ronlClwrll 372-7070 I Th. Charming ,
WAITING P0R 1 ....._ 1bai ,
$75 mo. . $150 per day Ov' diving RANCHO GRAND F RES N UD se
,. par ;K.: =
lullS Ill pallh. and ..Lowly." ., Mal and I ....._.. S ..."'.. audy. Swiwmlae P..1 a R.o..tls Rosa
.1 j ..:.. $80 par; mo. . $2.66 per day alt coMlllonlng. WolklntdliiMM NEWMODELS I tasty' room. living man. dill.IM .. e A.nn d Pk.ia Gn..di a C..n l Mode '
NN ""rquot -
M L''" Mute b*
_. l Air CN.d. a ,FeslSlIui \
MM K to opprKl 1.!**. dropoi Incl SOON Ion
:. $35 per ma ,i. $2.83 per day COMPARE .Pawn C1..1i.r. sobieeP.yedgP.ttUM Swdw.ehmeleis
N : -. 4M NW im PL An si : UthMI .
Nb $90 par mo. . $3.00 per day M.M.PARRISH
i : "MANNINa TO KJltD"

$95 per mo. . $3.16' per day THESE HOME VALUES '
Let .. 376
ui glv you en PHONE -
:: $100 mo. $333. par day matt on contracting your
par .t. ASIOe'.T'' INC.N. :. Now Open rww euitom horn.CallGtraldorV .. FOR PRIVATI APPOINTMENT
Tile Mtowlnf" ere mw vnitarcemtructlon
WIYM Hill HoIIII Onb.n E! .Q. McCoy *lM!)
J Carolyn Pool. Mary PpringN Doily 10-6 v end wilt iii ready Day. FR 6-7290 I INIII SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 Tit; 1 DAILY'
N. I. 511N. ill-Old
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR 'TIle MIcIM. mra reedy ,. far MCUPMCT' -. FR 6.5015 or JIM".W.11g1 n.ww U.l.MWT, 441 -

14 ...._ M.... I. VIII.,. Green .ccipanc" 6-6502
4121 N. Maim
4 M* M PAM II1N .l* 4120 i Shut and nrd llvd. ,
r. D. OLIVER IY IM4 .par ma. NW. It* D,. .
CMIRINOMlvUutl I IK.. I lltfM' I5M dlW Ml
I 1110 NW. 30th PI.
Itylti for Veil I SR, I bttll MM IffMOWN Wr ma
WIll ,,_ ms.th, 1
( Itvlnt irlQuIKy par
I 411* 8 4127
I IS NwbMt ft* fcMJI 15 MMMI fft liiidlito e .I" malarial' ft wornrnmftl .. N.W. 19th Dr.
I IK, I bun'" 1 cr urpori, IMM .. '1111I ONLT 'H"I e..A nut eommunlty) M live InDrlv you would k* ONLY ptr in rrw.I 1 lilti, WOO dn, 174II10NW. IINC."UI Y
.. v
"alPNNHIM Raw No. JJ7 I Unlv Avt
.. down to uiilfttd/ buyor I yN d. 1 -- "
Witt tn MW IrtH
/: .. with. PUS financing "1.11 Prm ( OM) ..... how md ownonnlpi lor M4* **lh. iNl Ave pall tM DM ...... kttnoelloii. CrfMital. and t..tif.,> a T.-fnnlly' 1non Ram'IK.ter 4 :ith PI. HOMf S
Mir My cMUif' ceiti. OilJTtMII Oilnomlllo.' I IN wltn llreondlllonln M *IM, m Mt 4 '".. t btffli. IMO .I., IIM
-I I
...w tor ppt. to lot INI NW *, *>imld rtmlhTrtomtr. ,M ....... .rary rtylni' Erich ell.WeI. uPliving fmllypMMy month
roan; ,.-. .AIM mini. per
.._ nth T..,. h im. .. .. :, ... aer..Md porch 55. READY FOR OCCUPANCYTHE
ISiIb.dn.m" 1 lath from HMIWIMOI. Ikjclrl* nut.plotny =:: 1100 NW 21th M.I .
aFI nouw with fit., ...... ,,.. living d Mw tncloMd S.WA I *lf.. pt I I .dr Mii. 2 pwthi.family alt s condition bans dawn._cam.11 .5.. I .blthl, MOO *., HIT REGENCY 3bedroom. 2both. Full brick foyer, double
by n*"
''Is m.I l IW kltchm' 47th Ww. dining* Coil bn\a for egg, to'Mot UNUSUAL44edroosn2Both built.In .PllII_..--wondtrtulvorMtlon ptr rncntli715NW. carport 1,435 square feet Huge lot with room for table .
-"III' for alts mining
mi NI m TW.CUSTOM mmi.Al P55N v ia.1. N1vMM1.n far i tS and corral In rear. 1736 N.W. 39th Drive $19.000 ., 10% '
nitAT .Hy.....-."..) Wins 1 prep.rty-bates It*.. I kithi HNdn., tiff down $122 month. <
HOME: ....... i par ,
LASTBY .. __ tint ptr,monthALL _
N yNIM I Awry MOMS htmofob'tchM .Sabarboji,H.Ihle ..,...... THE' POWELL 3bedroom. 1 /z-bath; Oak floors central ,

.., ...... ...... ... NorwoodHope heat full brick WOODED LOT.
( DEMAND) oN'r'iallpr ,5. '4 tMnt. Rttm '' I .....If.l., I large $14.000 $500

Null Mw.r4i 1... .hH r./urn.d wUti =. oralalt *) M.s"" "Ii ... OUR HOWfl AMIOPIN down $86.49 per month; ,
M Ntrttmm ..1111"1, MHdltlinlfif" wnfHH .... :.:: SUN.. Din.IM I C. nag. dNle.Slag .. IIKIN9 POM YOU ANYTIMI TO IN-If OVER 90 HOME PLANS FOR YOU TO CHOOSE FROM. WE J
MiMivlll JOY
WITH) /vii sae fir ..iWISUS1wz ** i 't
DIAL PLAITI WALLI tTIIIIA1ZO 3I I Lusirlu iMP susse N./M .. N.L 15* WE WICL '
Ping 'ulllll ..Ie..... Wo Trade Homes BUILD ON YOUR PROPERTY. 1
CAIINITI WI, Avama.IJ ., and AIlllty Seam : Street M N.I. 10th A". iw g,,. 4iti rrmrrPR "WE DON'T "
: 'woo.. 1AWNI id NprM1, =- /w1I1wlil, hen Property PR t-DOI F* 4-m*
Wmi.l*.ww !*rtf \> .M Turn .Isis.T.Lph.n.172.7070. For quick free information. at no obligation, call 372-2527 '
; : : A?'CaNIRMiIIsS \ : : or 3/2-6441 eveningsYou

t OPPORTUNITY .f: MASON can depend on
: : IRID

.... TWICE' I
VAjlOOTotal l I Fit 2-1140. Mill 901 WALDO ROAD
...-: /. Hltltwoy WiNlou..liUlldlnsi Aid ... OurTssdulu I II I "
Nvi I UdeSm 'The biggest little builder in town"
Pies "
,Cash .living .1IUfrIIII:
'I II. L.... ..... -'tlott H i i ,
FHA From MryIII.. Pevid "....." BUTLER BROTHERSI:I

,owNwsuctinci I

$750 ,Cash ,'urn-...... ,.. I
Think Smart!I Double Your BACKRead
I .Money


INCSTIrHIN of Our Unique Offer .

11517 N.W. still DIM BRYAN Think.HighlandCourt $16,000 up J ,1
alive" Here Is the most unique new home offer In Gainesville building

I Now bock 'In Golnmvlll LOW PHA DOWN PAYMENT history. Wa ore so positive you will like our new All-Florido line

.. MIDICAL CITIS.NIVISSITY to WWI you 'In all types of homes in Village Green that we will giv*you double your $25 ,1I
.. of r.rraito. I< ,NOTHING DOWN VA deposit bock If you are not completely satisfied after seeing our I
URbe/Y. '
:.w kMN :.:: N..L 1NMO Manor' $100 CleiiHfj Cart completed models. (Models to be completed November 1, 1964)..

..........11M. I...........-. i B flr ,T Terrazzo If you ore not satisfied with our models and purchase a similarly

..ww. nil oRSw AIle.I On.iMn. priced home in Gainesville. you'll receive double your money
... 1 PNN P..N M ate Company ALL CITY SERVICES bock 1 .1
.... slid c.t. Y. Do ..
,NN.w ...-. pS 2'0'NI .till Dr. I

= I Pt.. n aoinVtnltfmtit .14 Models FERN WOOD MANOR .,

w. T : : NL

r POSTIRMIGHTS $13,400 to. $18,200. $12,250 up _
i 'f'

Located M. Nor II N MAO W. IIItI_PI_unMIae.IrUcNu. PNb Kill I, .. VA and FHA Approved $400 DOWN FHA

Pill pclr awl Ct.I1IN NOTHING DOWN VA .
...... .... VA k PHA T rm.. Cast
W Immediate $100 Closing
: W'' i I rNr

: CijJltl i.H<.... .... ....!w. 2...._ ..... $ I ,
.... Ml Pins S M INS* ....., ,...,.. .. llfMM Convenient; Location i FROM /) PER MONTH a
,: CII ss M si.71N Paw. ......... .......- tAll .
... ....
......... .,..... City Services i_. Onwnra
......... ... [
balm hiss Plagw.4u"JI "
,. .. ,'
-- -- +UY a + __ u,... o ire:
.. Nw5 ... .. ... W- I 4 ... Brick Frost Caleiilels. Now .
New HomesIn ...... ... ..... ..-. Exclusive Swim Club flII.I..I'
M'*M* = UwM .ta Price $15S25 $62S 'from >'LVper iliciudeeteies INCLUDES '

Hw.e n I I' .11th end .ineurssce
Distinctive Designs Ur.. .fab**..) Let Ct

A McwU .... M ..... IhII .....

WESTVILLANW .d N Uktfrr pkd MMhf AN .$...000Hi .... DIRECTIONS: Drive. West anKth $100 down' VA S| c.::.= =

Hit werbt OOIMT N.ed. I r A... Turn ..... ... w" To... .

Kid Are, ......--. ..- ... Left an 38th St.er ..... ....*.i ....... .
Ie be ........ .. N- 39th Tarraca. .
-. .t 17th St. ..... II...,. a : s HSsiM ::

N.W. 26th W.,. Oft MW. .aosma$395downFHA u MONLS
.. ling A*.. ....tM. NSW noM .t t.230.$1LSOO
: WALTER STUBBSInc. ..... brisk line m trntf* ,
._...wesdd ....
: :: I Builders and Developers f HUGH
M ......... s.441 .Lip fI .t
: NMM. 370.5394 ......-. LOT. .......iOr I I Village 'Vteen
.. any pal pkwi Soho. OffIce NE 23rf ..... I BUILDERS EbINCWap.

/w ':. .. We fide .0"..." cb 43.101.De M.LI I"M Sag c-SnPa Mus I ICIII I .*J' fit.* Terr. Phone 372-3471 I .DAILY 171-9)45 MIGHT 17.-t04l 2909 N.L 15th Street '37'-797l N.Nliw a.bbe.

.. ... ...W. ..


roe m0 PMf1e1011 /AlRr/
!ftASb A AM/61 A M6K 61iuNl slsglo.To NIRV[soul
No Arw !
I .Cs. iuTjnI
eN:1S: 1g5110 tunlDr IR1d.mt..N Iwet! 1111 ID e1M a 1 --
.I ftORfllli1ff.w w lllc TMA0dOl no eorDrD SlleN air faAllo-

1elO1lC p Ripy M A
I '10 A. Fir DDS
e lOLDaNlrI011
1{ / T1 r I
IdAR10INfY1L B>riv


..... 0 ,, y T LJ L,j : ': ; !. 1

,.' W. 1..L'711JY .
.- .

,- .

.1 Monday, Octo' S. 1M. .!"!..III. Sun 1$

r Awl r1 .. IS HMMM h* .... 4S PirmrikW Apt*. II WMtW H l" 66 MiM Fr S... -
IS A.......... 11. Sal.37w IS -.-.'" 55. ....

.. ", uaT ilL" .... I.... I IN VIALDO. Itftt tHrum trAt \\lIN. W"NlIDAll OUWLINO'I UPHOLITUTCkMr A.i'
Mm CCa MUM m HW MctMH. -.NIl 1aeMMI 5114 U.I MM Mr*** l..MrtMltr % Mw M MX N* mMM ., \"evROLU ImMIt tim.r : PODGI $100 RAMBLER
C.... ...... *MMM ll... rawnwN willi Purl I pWl15 ....,_.. P11511 praM' flit MM IMI ..... bay is as N? llMe. P1. ,.. I.w 15.15.. "Ie. Mule, 44 ........ MA IIW IIIFl .
M w.1 CVMI. tow .M 441111 Pre, lilNnS/5." 554 W 1 1711 -..... t-......
IIII.W. /M w .nd M1n RIIRI ITAMPOI COIN 11IO' awry ....... A" wed ..1MIMMd. 111 $5115 "TVM C* r
ton IALI INS 'onoMHr
IM per Ar.10 .. U.f....fcW Apr Mt w. umvtoHy ..... P1a1. 31415ItroSlIS10 a Ml,. sued -- 1115 led MMJ
Pn.11.d.:: -",... PR 110 I'G **''. MMI Mp. IM M III NW 1nM/s. WW $4505 Mr i MVJIMMACULAT
41711 1111? 1 P N.A" C I\III'US I U .W WAN I ED tmoll wd spin* ....._ 1..1114. 144 llilell 0- It* tr CMI tn-ll)* NNwM 1511.5111 1+511151 J. U :; N TRADE-INS

411. 15.54 M y1 11 _piono Phon 462-1629 >IK ZM. Zi*. DM 151y I M MM I M rxm.Ml MM MW Dm It.
IT ...! I* *. Ink** ** Msnthsd C.YPI.e .:. c fill. IttttMt wlHMul *"_" (irMM .. ( IMPALA Slier Mali 4 MM*, ft wMM MlMVRllrM7jMlMjPli

MM Mr cMidrM .r pHiIXTP1A Sl_,. <2 Mtdilntrt. 4s Tat* -I. 111 M 5.055 pawir itMrina "brikM rMi.*. PM : *
ttc. ..11_ Purl M 54 r *Mr. CMI KMI M 915401.'II ;
( AIW.MM II MI w.m NICK I ... MwNr IK 1V. ii V's.
turn I rmnMMl M Ml? CMICrMIt
KIKMn, _"-. AvM ... c;. '.11"""' er' '" IJ. 11I_ II Adlinnr .".-,.... OMlMMl .. V W. .,.. _,.... 1105.51VW *".*.. 7?" .R H ** **"* ARE
MAVtt I Krt MwfrM M M NW able Oct. ,.. C.., PR, t-IMI, MIM kr ptowi PrinM MW .rwnfMwt K1el1les 1 law rIM41M 11551M ill.. .. ... .....rum 551. 1M
Ill 11"'I 1. 'a rllrtn teIt4I1 ft M** PIIIIR ch.il II ok N. CiMM ;; Mss _. NM IW 1.114 M 414 NR Im Av*. *r sIN V*
Ml IMMV fNr1 M. ft IM*. VMM I m*, IIMi rMInMM ., PSwt PR t-Sltt. ( ItM.
POUR 11dre5 MlU'nK .III .... Wild III 11 1st.lIIrr ), ....... SIN IMMMT 1,144. -
z 1 NEVIS WANTl MsrlrlyCall Mrn MMI Mr Mvrl iHcMin. .w. _.. J. 0. 111.1 Wiled 4 clrM *r, Ui Mctln trunk. Mn. 153MSRCURY MrttM ..w er VIA.w..1..SIerNM. I. CLEANERAND
CMI ft MM Hi MT mI. IrIut1, P1.11 4n.lrw n* a1 01 PI.lc*.ra. IInocM w Mt ft MM rMl.*. M trot IMIwin 1,54? WM1 will. $1371.
A' IM jKkHRP.NRIT eeylSu4w 1. IAPP. RfALTOR. rww.Mrrv. prauwr w1... PmM IM M t ..... PMM 1H-MH ttJiit'trta*! PR' 4-4M*. Ot.M

81411r TiW, REALTY PM. .110_ 44 Nwelld Glee + ", pwKn Mori. llMt N MUST iiLt tr 'cH vy '" ;
tf l NW\ IM it. FH 41101 mMM
1 a.PA Iran. 1.015 1111 I5., 1,1I4 I I *rr IT A..........* Welled

II *. trttt WHdPMIW 4T HMMI ... KMM ..... TRUNDLE B.dMM 115.1.. 5 51111 151 TV ...... ft ft, *ned sandlI1,511.; : .. :
111111. 11 ",_.w. Mt 5,1.1.r. Cal' IM-lltl SiNn I. \"AO) WAN'".. 1111.11O
r '0.415' r tlTl'N"TlSIIbT'S It: /ATT. iMttnMM, Mwk wrtMht .Iran.CMI 4.. 1 W' '''', 'N ply ; CMw.e1.us. Al Nlmdel Mr'
Alt YOU 4 LANDLOPOSP510151 -... C_ ,.. 1/41115. ".'- IlL Ilt-I06S. WiNf OOOO TRANIPORTATIONfrMt ... _..... III II 01 N.

seer INn..M111I1.SN will P111.1 'I 4. I O.ttN WIN CM- spire. LIT.I : RRNAULT Mr BMpKlMiM.im .
O WINw Nh.I MO11141.TMREl OIW .51151 44111.5. McWS :
151,0 d4arpeMM1.IN / SIN Ill R if ft rrw. P111115 .M I'M Mt Al MKlIt IM..s. cm run

M lot w 44414 Mir weC''l I M51 lilI.S 11 Heist AMilKf I*. AIN 4Midy. :. OKVIRI. f.IIH RirkORP.ATORI :;4 CHIVP.OLIT i kepull I trMrtlM. .1 BETTER
177151.LSCT5Ic ft OIIHWAIHIP.1TrMt
... '
tIe illy 5e/r 11"- V-t MM. rMM
=Ir O.. 376.2615.IMMACULATE $5P5105RATOR.1u1. lull. tlr cwMIIMMn iwuAl Is1M..4sd .=!*. 1
YTTIIM will ... _
J1t.mr NWIMy _....-.. I. r MM* wawe.-.. 154 Z
I M MUM Ml M &el14nt _. ...... 111 1.1111price. IM515.1111,5, p7M CL. JselLnl.r
A 40 Ibllsa ......... !!.... cunpttlily AMU. Sirs a MM ellll7.n.IIOUIIHOLD TWO VtAN .a>m.y cfewM.: l 77NM 1555111 1l I1.1

IrIS NMT KMMi. CNIM44. 'UIINIII4'.... I tuns Ml IH..... M.MI ITUt CIII Ill 'M _.... CARS
M Mm MMr t *.m. wily ..m i .
l" r CORNER LOT ZONED R-l M11NIrn1" 1144. ..... i' Sell HIM*, Mm* nM M) ..... ,11I ttnrIn B PONTIAC. MMMK WMM .....*.. MILLER.
RucMMM MCMIM M NW onMT M PHONE 376-6119 Mi TAVIRN ..."" pMtf 5 IM Ml.fOP.0 .

NW hills Annw MM NW Mil 41 MMNM f.. ...f Unrun. m 0111I Ill .11155.5/l 1 .._ W ( iMNtr wt*.. v... Illft BROWN
ItraM. M MM ky 111 MM .to III* T-"-. APPLIANCESTMM MM .....I iMckM MM MM*.. M CHRVROLIT. cr I'. __
PvnMr .M.IH tmlltbu lrmA.Miy MM OuvtntMt M. II5MO* AI15.11. ItrvlCt MMMrli tilIR
4 KM COTrAGB. .. .,.: 1010 I. Unl.. -
...*. J. W. KlrtM'rk 11.15.. III .5,4. 41 ............ own Ot i it NI WHOIR PHICIARCH 41* It. 63 FORD
m. N Ill H I.un

r ..., 15 HMJIN lw.|.... U'Naw.S I., .... A...M..ty. II N. M.M W. PRIUIINIII I' NW 1111 AV.. ir c.n. 3/04755. II 5.11..5 W.eMMS IM.n 111,1 .It at wS 50 .CAWfVILLI HM 'NYTIM IftLTORPH. | Ptr_TH.. '1"' 11111. tr...... 5 P.,..'. 114. t ... .

Aii: i r---n tl ITMM, unMrt Dryers Mum M v.S M.. tuMtMil trwimrMM .,.....
, IAC |FIC n Mrntr nict,; *JT I u. I .t"" Pi* rm.. M. uiiiitym MM IMuitrlM. tropirtM. Iwjndry rm. N. Mt*. lull ,-1'-llul Nunn 515 w T2 OMIct E .... Phon* 371.2117CLIAN. ...*.... tlr Mntln..,...
M NW 4HI t) WIN MHt IMMr '
t bm cc MUM m tieIton. ., t CMerptrl.. LM IM ilir. vcr ,,"' ,.... Mm. Clll M,. Wt u* ItM VO w "" to M MMMX CMI IMAM. OINSsNweusni
l' Lf. ptMlrt Hvmj nk vim NW McMMii MMMM.. .... "" "I... Yb1111 M 4 Or, AT, R 15. ._ Inventory
,. llrtM4 WfttW toNI bewae KMM. P*. P.* MM*. ,IM VOVLII APPtlANCt: SCOW STOP PR t-IM4
ft *, ItotriM MnkMrm I irOKY. 4 roans 4 H Mlk- 115. MHH,.. S I AIM"'"., 17517 measly MKN. Nay l $2495
t ci ..r tar. lut. 15151 MM 41 Is.IdasW 1 1..515Neelp 5 rIns 1 MII MM115.. LOOK
/. pa Ins. Nv.l sMs. Pins /.150 511. will PM4s1. MNI MI INS OALAKII XL. 1,0 S,1, 1
Maws.e. .IItsr15..I'I1NiN.1W
4 1H-UII MMr I.M P.M. IsN will lid. _., 4 __... .... S': DISCOUNTPRICES READ M IM IMW. 0.15 415.15 0
10' s..1/4IMed 111.1 WM II .. ""'I'Y.. IM N. M mra. $371 .M. Lies M WIR MR rUM PMM PR 1111EINS
le.. ,... LM saws Nymsl. ........... 715 114 N.I. Pd It hr II IM. OM toil Hr fir* TWI H a MlMKt M t """.... Mmy .. C/nMb 5 51551NMMm141.5. 1 Reduction 63 RAMBLER
1511,1.117W IIW Slid WIN sell iiiimir *r'wrMMy. "1CIo. ._.., HMD ft tlK.IM I Mp ....," Mtk m441n5. wMldemulad
1101 ,
FRED "'. PMMUMtHLASSITER. lit N.I. Jri AM PR ; 1151.. PIIMs I' 15531, e...... """ _
-,. MMn., MM 11II.... CH WMCM "'"'eO
IP YOU PING 41St. 155. ecnllld 15. Wt und1N11.wrybody. M 15w w1 dell'. Sire gush'Wlao .....
CAN A SITTER .rr" ":'w PR frill MtM 4 trtnytlm 51M51Nh' IraMnl1llaIlk.
110M. POW 5171 III" nlW1 Ma.' 1.1.0E : nwNSy. : HENDRIX III lulls Mil .... ft K._ I Isis,. .1154/1/.
\fARNOLDREALTOR M 05 .._ ... IS1 Ned 42 FMMI fr Aoraot ISIS "I NW 11,11 II. *_ 1 FURNITURE CO. 'II .a : WMM, wlmtlr SALE II' 151441114.

S ...., .l Mils. _IW ywe nsl y1ryiusri leap Sa11y. PI "1411. NW Ml *.... M MHt H. 505 N4.5a .. SWIM sNVI m4MM me5M51 r yllMWwWII.r. II CMvrMM IIJM.) rrr'I NtlPRI I

Lv It NwisNI1M1 we 11MIwNup w1 POUR ACP.fi MM S tm M*. Ml MI AM.' kittxn. .<..IP**. CIIAN. 415 ntIter..... M 1l. cMck *ralMMr > ..... ...,.- CIAL 'N 'I\IMCIIII. -' send I $2495
-. 111,4.4" .I4..s.5vatsd NOT .MUM, t ntiiM tram No 5,5 Ne ..... ,.. S.- cMraliNrt UM c_.. real, Oils Mr* M rlMlMUl.' PMM
4r.aeed N,1 wllll' t.= wMIM city llmlti." 1110 III Sill N.. 5115151 55. Mt*. PR ..4 M. '
N5.mrwyh .
Mr tnlMT MMM M Mfe lONO MuM WMHI trMM. malts
CoM ... 63 Buick
4 J I5? ... Mr4ws MMTM McKinney G Im11we. 171. .Wtn. IN. CMIrrwm .
M Irks II) 1M.M J W. ...,. lot MMrt MM w. Mw .11 m4" lid medals.WMMr '
"'COM'ACT 1EAUTY 5I1 C.5NN sir 11.51/ls4y. KIro AtMcy II N. Molt tOWn MM "....1."..,. Ill I, .toe',1e 62 VW Eue.ll.nl condition.tllSOcoth. .
: M.iwy 5' mllYNl ,
;'-t: akM. PR ::= I'O.DVCI AMC.W )MI NR lm OrAHORTRO I I76-8M9 63 RAMBJLIR
n 145 *** .N : "' Nis dlMwallse. 111 : ="T'7. 44.111 N W. W. PAWS IT Spc ol d.lu.t tlallonwooon
: := :r Mays 1wr11 515 11,1.5l.
; ChMM lu .. w.5 11 80 ACRES tliCll M twIWIIni factory air condl Mn fMJNk
.. reel PMH dill PMtvc MMAIM. = 1951 PONTIAC II.HMI WMM I>, ewn
Mr "M Iii had 374.01"111r" .
"' 5 J N11N/y Nu.M 51114., leads M bs.leds i > M*> AIM 4wNlnl rMII Ii arl1CStl ,"'.. -
NMkMry tn4 WWt 4U I7M1M Mr .
furttwr toMrrMllMI. MM I III IMllery. Honing
mMM MtMr iww '
'1 'I'I; =: lid .r. Mctty rtllln:"'. .,llk MMI.ttM real ..., MM wrlMji ft 111 m _..... tow pllC.s. I "octlel' new tt_ power iitinngpowtr .
: 11551 N1Nl..s. sIl, ......., brakn ou'CImCI'iClrontmlulon
y tVt=I .Med,.Jut $1110. lUll...Las.. IIr trwi pMhraiir Prtl" aunt 11,11 I ... I MM) Mm. Mr MM*,. c1.M. MMIIIM.. IniMKlUr WM*. Grand Opening Sato SIC.N tdl..151555. (1//. X051 N I radio, rwalti, $1695'cS2 .

Ndl.. ..... S55.rII Iw/y ..... ,. CBMcMt 1,115.111d MM*. .niy I I ,..... IM: N I. lilt .,lIe W/11h. with red. nIl'.
'1. 4UMOOMStf 1.1) 55yey1"rierem I. I. SAi% IIM PM m* Call PR tlMI.I CMWeN111555 t I lor, luogoot rack
lol MK .MW "Ice. PM SITS RRALTOR. NIWRRP.RY.era IM, Cftt, ItM MM ,._ raIn OP'ICR IOIIIPft Htm
II-.j-II n fir wMllllted Sill 154 Iii "'.- 115 44Ml Nwsn uN1.
Ib Iwo lull .demo ...p.mad. NIOHiANDI Only UN des., OT rant IM :or4 .".Ir, ,........_ LMUMMMM Pal CHICK PKOTICTO co. 5111lp ses4N1NS.- 141. $2695 'ORD-
'_ ..Only spli. rain NucMS d.. 115515(fully $ ...... wIM ..... Iie51m5 / = Ac,.. 5. w'r 4./. CMI M_MlKt A.tlL Wlilnw* 4-1414 1'1. MM. May PMM I I v tMM tit NW mi itNRW lit' MIN. 51* 11ssi1 I I 0..1e, a..... d55 151511..
Oct I.
I 11111 11.11 .... ; ; .
> re.m M .. ilsr.pp en spare M 1115 rMMt Mr .-. .*. NMT.lyNii ft MID dada ft cKMr AH.ucMrrwt 1.1111141 lr111511sII05
.1.-- .T. Iss/111e.C.II 17 tMrt. t mt$31.15.OKlM TO OUALIPIID PIRION PurMlur Ill NW. IllAu. *r MW 15011. MN",., MILTON MOTORS Mall. 7oIe
lMl.1A10AIN. 111*. tnvM MUM I ... I ......, llv rm, tin. MM, ... Plums PS. 4110,. ft MM. Pn Mlrwry 63 Ods
.""" 'IC"f\" II .... Ir. OtlMMlIM ai wrw .1' PARKIR. 'IOMICI OUTFITTIIHPMM M .. MAIN IT. r* t-m
-.NI..''trruiwooo 1 SS 1 ..,. -... .II ymTplMyPRVfrii'Mf'NW K5NMOI1I.Ir1511 MM, vsrl| CM** $1395-

...... wp.151N1.5......ryNM.I'yI'11. I.15. Ills 1151. HI Paws. N MARY MOELLER r NW11/1. ih/n.372.7050:. 151 .. 11914' 4 deer hereftOll, fun .
1 IM51a -
.tarMNlt I I'N EMS : tVM MllMM.- jS I I*. i km imnNcC. ii'Mi'ciTO i T;,,;, .r15llns ill's. paws, Including air con I
OilyNI.I REALTOR I RR4 I RMn lit NW VIM _II.... 5115.
c.'P* IMP VMjTll Avt 411. very y4 dlllooirtfl ntw tire
46 MIt. .,. S/1. POO.E.CABLEMOTORS very
Cell _". M S.1 .1 UNN'II
... e1
J WIIIt 1711,1 IIr Salad ii7.m. WM wm mMitMl 62 RAMBLER
III' W. ,
.......,...,. MMr M lllMtt CMI alto pp U."I"41071MONIY Aw jjlull." .. HM NW 1ltll lIPId. II cltan

4 1151SPLIT AVV.MI. ,1451 weed MpleMcIr, 517'II, ArMflCMI 4 MM, r4M>.,.....
MAiliNG POULTRY' 71 MinsbesdhsACCOROAN $3195
cMWit pIMMrm. roc_... 111. Ills 1. sit1nNh N.1Sl11NIIl
.A : ..... ... ..rel.s LIVfL IMM M MM. PALM Nl nm TtrrtctWALNUT D000I.OAITTRUCKS
MN PtranVc. ? die Ill'Sas..11.ilM Claim ft __ M Ilk IM* 7 4rss Midway MwNK5. 1 PSw.. REALTOR 4 .... wry 6551 '
1. 1,4N1 trt Irlck MM INN ft 1MIM M .- 441 Men's. ITItIO mSTCfP _,..... $995; T
i15nM r1. 171. 11111.1117 TraI1erCur
,, wee -.. Ysir firmly 4 lit I SIll Mm*. FMIvrMtortt 515 sued III.....-_-_1_lIN1n1'. l 51,0111 114 "" W.PS U.ls.rilvv., .. e11 JlCOJ,. CNI 7/477 /. lot A.a.SPINU. I ii> n lit *"MJ. in...i '57 Rambler -
_Wield M armed M Sill ISIS -. tartly mm wjnMrlwkltcMii 5 IN Mr. Iroml1 II W. T.
T I IM lie prlct wWI ttrprltt/ y/s. *, IMW M MOM ray Min 1dalv1 rf s.C.S 'OK .INT I IM. MUM .m llovi 04.51 c. PIANOS
w M apNIe5m'
1,15 ,,__. CaI IsN Innk.Mm.SMN 114 NW I MINI MMMt wim mttcMM. 4 door Wdan 'o're cltanmtcriankaHv
RARE FIND ft Mr MM,MrtkM. MM -.. ANOII >lt An Cwl in-mt 'ITAT'e. Yoluo IIt.4 !
... .. ... Cell J7.mi.OPPtP. 1S15I.A1.L AnytliM l*,. ITI ptrftct,
,*.1It ..... -- 1.. .. LOOK *, Mtr Me -
** *
.1 .---.:; olcl: -.. ,. """ .. .. WANTED Leers I .* 0. J. A5p.1. 51551OM ilMulll' Co. UwdCor. "
dill. lUlls willi __ I Sell Mltrtnc M., ItrM ..w. 1351 ,. P11uw 3754537 POW SIN 155. 1 515101110, READ 0"11" IMP CMW .... IlUJn $495
l1. N II' IS 111 I'. W.NCs.rN
LR 1eplr.be D.. P1,14. 415 A 1.si/151 111150 will pb41y IiiH WILL 4/,11r 15 --III! MOTOR CO.
.1111 1511115 4/. c.n PS 4 TM11 II S Ma11M f// 10411' Nley IH2
r:: MnJ /1n111y pas ,..- -- .. 7144. 155'ssllty, 50151 m/MM,.. 11115. NNay 51555 1 1.1.515
: ARNOLDREALTY kMcMn ttm. MM ..... _IS. .ild lhm... N 1155 55 .symsnle Wur. euMMkiHi :
tlUiwMwr. CMMrM MM ft Air.' Ie.., 5 MIS lay M ON' I SI. .111aM Ml. Insider. PrIm. .5 Ivy w Bias? dal gssI. r.e.: Sal4115.. *: Met.tO 63 Buick
i COMPANY 5515dIIM..1v5. LIdS NIW MMytr IhhM4..yM.MI PI.. III pen m.551 1/15 w.1rl.niMlid ISIS WWHtMr OrM WIM 2001 NW > 11* M.mm .
1 MultipN lliilnf Mtmbtrint IasdsdlpId CMI WUJJIH .=CO-eO.IIOCIAT... INC.IALTOS 4,5.5115.S Pun 101"110I Sell 5151 MMWH pldl up -" Sp lal. V-6, $3andardIrsnlmlslsne I' 61 RAMBLER
MS4cu 5,1115. Ml luv* MM M m
w univ. AvMwt inanAIMClMMt OLD IIOUII TIll ell.- NIs W Un'',. Sholtll N eu1MMwry MMT. tAHl PIANO' co.I I htanr toll 1011151 rsd0.' .-.
1M _.... Ww11 .
Ctlt MI 'OOM lsi.5 It4 Ms Ingulreus llvmwnllsrs, Wily .
JIM OM Sre ...... .. ...
11511 .1.. 110114.lluu1 .
W. A I.
.. CMcl pr./IC/ins ..... ''ut. 111011115 Msam1511p. 5,1155ks.
T. issue's
11'55pst lid KuMr.11 .... ..... 'W 115 PM1y 774 I TROPICALPONTIAC
'I..W. >* : Jimmy OrMM ,. InIdarus SIL i .1 PssPayN. 1521 Mayo P PM.a. tiater." Rh' CaMn.111 needy SPINS PIMM Mwl >nl..mnt MMl. _

::1 I. WMMr IMtdtrfJWK C"'IJI.'.'. ,, .* ra...|*...*.. P tui* .....1\\ .r..M PIMM.UM. $1795
I m.5M.u1 AIM tKMMr true MM N55.s $1195
NIW> NOUM .nM 111W mwnm > .. CCI 11104..1. U's 1111. : M/ WI 1,1NI n1M1 115 m.15M / """, NNny _lit'p111,1 _
y : A .......... ready tor III 1510 Law Mw ...-'. L4M Apply! .l SHI I NW 30th A.. _loW "'. 5141,10 r "''115111511.111 Sully tvlrinlllt Wrlvt totiyPOP. .
1,1 ..
PTM tmttm. MtulUMIM114 4 N." .1Ift ,..?. M MW Wl H..VIIT. w. .SwIll y1,15111 w IIr 515 101 H.W. '
lltrttim, I MCCM SuIdsN 1 4* RtNMM r. twit vest /IWu/e1 5551 El 2.IS. 62 Cbtvnbt
115.. s.slr.I ISIS. .,.. wN11 day 7741115nIS11 AIM ticMlMil nlr' t Mrvlct M LILL IAN'S MUSIC $1051 61 IUICKMT
372-8404 175515 _u... iIr p440
4'Doetj tlallon \9po..ng"
: ::: wagon,
Ml M
OWNIPJ WANT IP M rrPlrmy a ill: I m IML IITATI CALL I ft I -- U j.Himwimly I lai NW
ai5.1e. M Pill NMMry 1Mledresr 378-1521; 751 Ave. 15,11 45,0 Nynllu1. IIOOMI clw.M. Hnl *r ITABTI IIPTIMIIR IIUNIVIPIITV IMt M MM MM ,, rlM PMM .1 a I toodilloolrxj rodeo,
Maas 1/15 ammO Ills ...-" Iff M MAIM L 15,01.. OH >lrMl pirtlniAfltwmt I m 1515 1pts.. MISS ,fir I5 SALES htoltr, wild: wh.nl $1195
it Berm IcMM. TwMr Mnwt tvllt M vtur MM"MM Ill II OFPICI I9UIPft 14/151 115 M/re ll.y 1 .11 I
Mrrtlt Li sells1,5 turn. IM Ph.CN
Mm/. Ilrdwa/d sink. Peso. m ,,;,., i. 1111 M.rrlt, AMKltttmi mill lie 151111 ,,_,. PRPS ."._. PUS CHICK PROtlCTOP co. Ton Mr" III. AAlilllvTai tOOT N. *.. K.PkMM .
IM Vvt M* IrtM MM ,*nARiTvou I. mnAUHMpM 5.111E I IW NW Mil It MUSIC CINTH mi W. I ) IR l.tllf $1895 -
cloud erie WRr. A1. .lriM1IttON .
IASY TO .UY 111 slay is 11 CItrmt Lon mm .__ tN IW M 4... -' N/trtfIc mlOe 1I I '61 RAMBLIR-'
M 514 LMINw/ld" TMrw 1d I "': : ""' Cell ITt-IlN Mtar | !>.,. MMOH tMctrlt 41 MM Prmxr I

rmM.MM 5551.1N., has .11v111reIn OT4IM.IMW. M :INN r""nt ;e.. Cad ..1105111ely.. SINGERSLANT0MATIC PrIU"lit IllS V _MHMMM."ler. III.MW I MId10sr-;;;;0...Iw I '62 Buick *M .IMM rttit IssI$895 /.;;:

VeiT IIM > MIIIT UntlPU CMUnivtAufomotir
11 I Play Mills M Ms ..MI.MN. O.*ll? Hutrl Rwtrt MIN Nam .1111 iiMjt.:llyMiil Si
hums 5 dIll V4 luau, Mm Tim* Mtruini I Mm.At ,..11'11II1_,. 4.4l IIIKI.5 ANro1. 7 m. 1d. ...5PMy .vrN S MKlal' (convinlbl, 51110 -
em,., N wry = al dews IMt M $*. Mr mMMl wm 1111 Nwn 1511,1 f// wIM,' 551 .11'" M.... ton THE CORRECT malic IrtxumlMlon'
.. ..... radio
151,1.1 1s. en1,1..s SLIM1151 M WIN srra.er1M PlIMM PM ".lt -
N sill buns'. LIMN to HI | _.. MtTiy"m! M im *rtt TIME .....rtr.
Mlta. Mr *w* mratCMKMlMnt 1111 ....... iiI MO. CWMb (IMC-M, Sill .M IM ,.,.f// II pw m*
.MM 1.01,1511 Neil 501m/s. Int.M. N IM elty OHM MM Pwo" tab11115. JMnmy Crew 71 TRUCKS POI SAUj FR 2.1411 $1595 60 CHEVROLET
W Jams N ,, P1r15 Mw 1funsid OPEN HOUSE .. 7141111 Wt Mr MM IMM. HI Nl M t: .... D15. 1445.150. 5.. I

Slid?' TVM MMVMm, t MPX llrtpMrtMM. 11.LION. 6 FOHD pIcmjTruSC,. V.I. CourlapyOfUMvtrtrrf 15.010 ...., SrMnNN

ir.utlr.1 4KMM pluid ,..... C1Mn.Iwail. 41.1 COIOIIO IINTAL1 jMfl* Nun Mr wtrtMtM BOeWHITEQUAlU 51,49 IIr _... 551550. CIII nId0. 111571
*. Wt Wield M Ills I* InS Ind 115 --.. MME, : .,N ..... .. SIM D....., .,ell. lllltK*. 11)4151, CWrrtlttM.Mtlah 5410111/0

THINKING UwwIfM M_MlMmtrT. MtvtVW *MMd..s Ml MMpMMJMmt -NOW RENTING nrrl... ltd"Ilt-Nl"MM. Am. PIMntirMill Ol-IMI AlKlw. ,...... 'M CHIVROLRT ptctuo'lktrp.OtM tHr> AM 61 Comic
IMMmMtr iMutmllkit" W 11 t IS d4 ill'Oli MM tnytlm* e..... I $1195
MM CM.OMO mM iMMn F- ln5sr pw$: ii lira*
i will rMt1 MM Ml hfprtvMMIllt. IV. tram I 4 M, M I feMck EMI N., lus.PIS WMl .- p151 --"". 11441115.. 115d looM WITH PHIVATi lATH torIM III sIlsdmse15. 5544 51 140 II 1111 N. "700' J. door,' coupssSOndod

IMMMM* MasKIRKPATRICK "\ Ire. mdlm 5111111 wIll !. Hurt Mm wltfi wMM. ... Owl Mws ul 1111 ,1,505 511 MONTI' Rr""ANO"P linliSrIMt IrantntlMloittttr ra'
1 On tut..... PMM rurtt.O .
1 taiwtorit mum ci iiti. Nnp
Slid M wee
., N 011,4 tile MI5. 151. MIS i oM NO-IIOUI Mal 11151 MM IM. MPlMI towMf MKlilntorvlct I
r.1ln 1....... Mr MM. PMM PR MilAIMrtPM. '
i OM M. ft. 4 '""'' ... AClou'l M MM .... wMr M.Mr. ItclllMM 111 IW mill 5/111.0 III W. VMV AM. I7.. RAMBLER
Wary 111111 Me, ... Ml VMMM KUCMIIM. OKMM "hol...... lull 1,0 515 I". VIII IDA $995
1 CMMn Lays IMMM. ) 'MnM. IM N N t. MMT I 4511. ........ CIII 1741111. 11 I CHIVY It Mn JO_.P POT 4 N/II. fir 5510015115.
M N M1"ANO r.-e PR MM Su/ l.lplIc. P1rkI N, 0111 I .r. .r c.1 4ftr ISp1Mmw4 711 CITIZEN SAND RADIOS laq 551 55.55. M IS'tellIld II I _1IuI.,.
nt.Ml MM Ire, M ..It. CUPMV Wl: tr 171-_. I 1 I mm mtiKli. MMTcMMmn New 111 YMd 1,5Canil.l. 151. 101.1 "rs "IN TMI AUTO lAMa.LIY'I -
Ptovt M.51Nwer.1 RiMMIICtpt <*- Ht-IIM i Mt .**M MdMn. Prt. .'.J M iMt* IMMIPUIIIR1 '", .m Inict W/l r: ill;*. t $995
A. W. RMM UM. RMttvlt 41 ,........ AItIoCLIAN 1111.155 11,54 AIr 111. POfO I INC ".. TNI 60 OWl
sal.,. III NW 111II ... 77417W.NCI. WHIT' MMMT tM lrcMr ft tab.
KlrtlMM PJMl OrtttUl INVRITMINT.WflWSTS "' lit" W. UnM ..... P* IWH ... ......., InMrMlwnM IM CMft 2201 N. M...
L..ii .; "
1 =-. be.lI.nt IocoltOOl.wll' ..WMII.... rniu 1 'MIMtMM. M WMM .,.... IIMM cMnM. M .* I'll rid pkk H 2-4ITI I.Door, "don, powffIttrlnfl I
M MM* OM MMM pra- CI57155._ Oct.. a. 7l NI 151 Aw. : CW.... Nl 1,5/11. Jim *V=41* NW MMItM Mil JW1 M IM. pnwtr kroktl.hltllf rodo. 60
*"1NyCIN /N essl -.- As.whO / I111OlAyro11$1095
..SSP.IXWM/ Ills ySIPLAM. Padtss1741111.SPA5KLINa. CLEAN I IRlOOWlM NICE oust bcdroomt for Wf WAN! tO M/V MM mMM HUNTIR MECIAL 'It MUMM : I Cat"'n, MjWtMtyMIrtIMtt
_...._ SNaSlall, 11151IreM.I.I tract Cell, flit MMl.. MMM MMr ,
rtnt Pr>on H 8-TJ7T Mes. M MM M.
Oil Vt-Mtft MM M MII.2Lltl.L't
Pu.P w.niy ...... 1110IPPICISKY WILSON ExCHANGE !' < l. 1965 I -
SMALL 110M' WITH AC..AG.- NP Ida nsunr 5IMIt .t. Mtb .. II
MMV M *MrtM APAITM11NTI. Mm511. 111 S. '" P544011 I I ;
Need 151511 II 5 and 11515111. 115.1115. 1,14 w554 P51w 44344 Jo T'oIJ'r'M':: 1,41 NWM 14 AUTOMOIIll IIMIRSM $1395
.. ,.. .. mn ........ T* MMT.POII :
Pull m.1114 CIII '
DUPLE 1541,51 I.5I/sru4 7/5/515. "' ..... /e1 r5
LOT- ...... MW JItoI. I 1 Mw4.M If 0. R 1.V ***<* MM 59 Ford
C'C ... _.... ... IIr 511,01/.51
Lies tr "tmMI wt _151. si1551Nk -tIWLinMC"-- 4. cut'II. II .4Ny II
ACNIIIIAOGS... = g-. wVl uww wMll m. ITMt my 1,15. A. mime 11W :
FORDYCE 'OMIINT M S rM mVMMI CMI PR M CVytMr MHW ..... 5l1015 ARE ,.,IrlofM, 500 Kordlop. MJ.amoll 60 FORD

CALL MALI truOIWT WMPP. 1505.10115154 IMM.PHILCO. P.wrs a ee.. AW CCIIIIoI. I .... 1/151 51551 ........Ie
Ptrk.S1A IranwniMian
IMXIATf tIC. = :.1. ....... SSn.NNII Calls. .. KM110 1 ..-.. ..,.
...t =-:.I151.Ny Ill, 0115. II" TV. :ro'-'" 51. P1151 1'1 ...,. I .tt HMrlng. power IN.....,
ALACHUA REALTY PytvM. e.Wnhsnhh' led M"NM. .
: tkt lw.1. -
HERE adio ......,. 5510 .harp. $845"
A/15.1s1.' -5.r ...... OW1v SOeiM 411.,1451r. .P'' nays PNM W. MM] T* ...} .r. OM MM. .... Pk mtitlM II AwtMIMMNN. ... l.la :.
llm A
l III *
ManSe.. Muo1.1n L"""J..u.e O. C. OM'rMM Old =: Ml. 4M NW 1911555$ W7515Au( .... ,,"'.. -.- .. $995
05 N. 101 II. Said parr MR IPICIAL, >
HwfnMMtlMt ,.. 10011,11 r I M ." "'U"I'" ", ,," 0.. .Wt MMI. tt* .... afftttMl .
Art Irn/51. SIs1VM.Ue kMMa RtMMrM .. Del It My. LKrMR ram MMIP mNme. ..... MW llrM. 11Io
Gere. 1.11,115 w. WM. r..... Phan. 176-5924 .v.Coll 376-7724 OAS ,. MM wr *M. Mey1M ,,_. CIII 374455. PO/. avatf I),. I II 60
1 'ey'- p15 110.,15 0 "
UNIWISMVY P..M4.r Mmsy 1,11 _...-.MM1114kp.-. to leaf 59TR JTWW I,,", &, .Mt ...... lo POtrtSHAW '58RM tt Haw DODGI..jr-

N .a/1a ll 11 1545 a fill I 11_ .
1.11 N Cal 1101177. I 015510. 114511 IIsn.,1,1.
SERVICESHome 11411.... I M O 55 Neil wn1M. ANS IP JA5ArMr .Door, rod )I., .K..wr,
P. :
15551. 0.
I4 alab Im/d. :
I' I I'" 0.5-lvs1. 5 MN { /NW .y MRlTi" W; ''c'I' I

I -SINGER I N 11NwW 445544 : ; $895 r

SI OT .....* I1.55l IMn any Pins 44y S1 NS Piles 155 A:6 CMP ftMim $395 I

---rm."Y.UILIII_' P0 ITIAC MMnt 4MiiM;IMM.

And Business M W. -...> ..... Plrtl CUM SgNM4al '.. 14451 44 ..1 MMMH Mrmy '
01141 MMW Air' MM* Mr t- .IM| nk*. N* ...._ MMVM. """ = tt tr.r & 59 CHEVROLET
M. alilSn51 ..-.. Jal4nlervkw Pn MWJJrlN MM loll IMt :: :=". 5S PR. c-MM.
ws4MS, CIII FM' 4.OMr **V M ft mlA M MMM itM- -Ri.p I MELTON _olI4 15.54415 .J,_
PS ...". M M wrPS Jimmy C?: COMEVjFlawT. I IKWMM>. *. MMM. 4 1115INN.
I- 1- tn, PAjMrlM'lll't alNM.R0 ;:J:. : = iris.1.vMOVT l. MIll m/MS1'
TwoSMs... .... ......... IIrtI "-- pal KEETER I
33My0 .. W .
). M MUt MHM,
h1.'Oi.Na. r151451.55Modes he VPMOtlTRR 1vssss III PM MM MO. Ltv.es lW.A-WA't 'RICIS" :- rW 11"4V MOTORS '
.Mills *l. Cr"awa MII MW. 4m M. UMlMWMtS4 M Ml I* ... PIrnnr >. E 1.15$410.. L'l;;.. 515 I
*. PII 41,51. 44 _,...._.pR "IOU Htl MM MW me11 151 "":: 111111511.. 211 W. Ush.nky NO DOWN l:
UM am T*. IM MM Mil MMM MW Mrt :115451. _
1..15. .. ..
/ ..... .... NMftMMirWMANTINMf 701 N. MAIN
.. I ya4aaOSISIS.i 54. .4 PA.o. Ft 4-5171 PAYMINT CA||:
_,_ 41 M41a'. 5101 Cal II sd11M
5/01>M n "-Si. SPILL ..._ ow ... .II.- ,R 6-7571
.. i 54 151,1,4. fall 10W MVplsSI-St.u5Md- p.:AU.
OO VOW ....0. ._ DAN IVROIAOI 1 Ml tM "" /.155.1 lIt 15 P1. S 15 I r _... ....
.rIUU RfPIMAMtlDdnlyr .. rw4 s J 16.1261. .,- MMMH Ml**. p ... III. MII_. P... a..il
1,5151. Nay 1,1.1 '11..1.1.r $Tf .......... 4
L.------. ....
Ph. n...." POI iQM 5 11 14.ryw1 Sie1,1.be, 5w A weal 151 MM IM*M kwMM MM.*KUiltmIMt IM MrmMM. ......iiitivxf cmrnTltAti A. .AC.trf -. 1 1 ,.
T Ch '
P55y ..r.15M 4 1.N Ill 455415 Care C.ppd. PI ..MtfO 515111,1. 54 .511,19 11919 0551wrNNS'Iaiw CRANE vf M
.11511. Mw M Myrs. ..... 705$1001 111.X45 ..MOuII I w1p -* // .... Pr 5 CMio.o MP44 11 011 a 4r. b.1:10
p1 r MWM MMr
pry EXP 'INClDCAA'INna 45 4444 --. MMMwIMftC "" 1 ...n.... LINCOLN MERCURY

A0) 'lMO1MB Y."iNnr r K LwNI.uMSL w P44 1sM WMMN IyM,4wwr .H FR <-74 ) wN .:1571. 0..w, 'II plrMMtft 4 tV.kM -
PlIo PR 151 1151 151 sm HAM MMM M. It. MM ",_ 01.5.4 1450 t ewr. SAFE RUY t. cJT n
P4451.0 CM YSVM NM 5 PM.110L110AO10 .
'. PIH S. 4415. c
NaIMS ......- i ; n 5.1am : 5 F.: aa11.11. It I |l, MM Mk Mmt MM MWCMt 1,0.-yd-;; Iwtk 4 tV. .., .| f
: : ..
PMBM ftMMV dlOr.rF 1tl PIN A... COSIVVSNTN7/4 41111. 1 ft.riM *r alas NM...... N 41/1 USED CARS

>% ft MM' M VMV MrAUMPMT -= "' GREEN I Mm May MVM A ....... N ..... C4 1551 'n MaMw17 .... .... :11IT
AorO AM C*: 1155 w IrN1v PO O'SUPOWOycaa c. C. M $1.s. 01p.luRS/51 IMM f MIles $1,115 S/1 110141N

MJ ... Mi H. PR 47151__ 1 PH. I_ MM15sA. ,... ...tIII NI "S M11wM. r S N4M4'Mira / N 01001 4. 11 .11 ...H .. ,i J!

I trItO.SA1" Sic.SW /Airs N NY010 M 1554 BE YOUR OWT'DOSS a 5a WA Nave W

A.1. f45111wIsf N. M w1 psMbeN bus 144. (44, .1r. I'll --5b2N ,..< 4 tV. ".; 11
0 11015. 015 .. 1,5 Y. NS m K prrv *

--,...__ "" .-.. M15M ELLA'S CPNMEyRAMICS ;ii'iL.ioi- ... _. w 50M0
'C.o.: __ M 'wasp .. ..... 445 4 111W. c.u

wd/.r. 0/w 971444n1rir RID6WAYMOTOR
3Av.tl RtPAiai ft -.. w w 1.4 u.. 11uA1s.I. N/O .
1 ,S. M.aI5.s.: M 0"1 IAC'"OC' l1 (1015.Na
:' z=Nel ..... ... rf..44 II Mt MM. *MlAILl uoc. ... tow __
Phu,1144511TRiMS101i -- r ''. 104515.I
: (J .... I C. L. KAJUUU Pad 5/NN5 ::... '-2510 I. .. ... ..... 1944 RAMBLERSONLY

1! PM Ml fMPXt .. 5U M.syltrs CIII .. :. ''I:::::' ttr MM iedre.Md. *r ::. :r1;li ',::z.-

i1w.r: ... ,.a1Nyy= NEEDED Pewe 4614474. CHEVY ....... .64. .... 5 LIFT

=- ... -2 %.'750 PJM StfOO. Co* f"
: = : =
... ....... -- 71.1.?, ,Mss or W .. $ a ., .. .. 54. 645 04401.Mitt 2 BRAND NEW :

i"u. lT d kv.N. 'k- ::::r.r: fwy M...... R =.15 Pk14I 1111 NAa ANN :..-t: .::- :. =: CO.

.1. r P y1Ms .. 3 IXICUTiVI DRIVEN
: .._ & A S.OrsN.m .5a 1 T.mONesw pMMt) OMOMM .. M Pais M wd11s. 1mr4.r1rSN..a1 1'c mi_; r,1 .1511.Ms 01, '
IrtCO 1155 M* W. 1I4.oeN1
.,.._ 511. ........ i M /rayEi1Iulrrllli AM. l im w MMM Ml 'rsd1' w ca 1U2f. =
",?'f.. =. I .... .... ....- :: ::: :::r.1 .. : If_ JMMr IklN.i .... SAVINGS UP TO $500.00

A -- ; w 1s Mb byr M W ..... _. 3111C 5'x1:.I.:: 5111MMrIMOlSW RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. MAIN ST. ;

ANWU w 14 111 11.3101 4a. 6 II I :
1i rr 4 rr..1.w. 11121. MAIM ST. Ftl-MJJ .It %.-I4JJ'.1

; .. ... I n. C .'

.- x/fc, I ....., .' fc ,MW.. of Lt-

1ue1 .

M I,

'" .I "b; '11 .. .. 8'1- .'. ..' ...... ". J -'- ." '. ..t .ft I fi

.:;;. -.. ,: ,:::':.. : ..': ...,-='.-. :,: '- :: .....: ,r.r:.::.. :::.. ..--.. r.-,'"'-' -'--;.

jF C Ln I .v HU:Sun i :Momhy..'Octohr 5. 1964 .-




_ G' N.! BUYS. EVERY Sffofr I ihTffiEiJAllEsvmfiwrf63PIECEl

__ I
vrrI 11m. wr n.GRACIOUS.HOST .
rive in for a '
P+; TUESDAY'S COMPUTE LUNCHEON' real/ taste thrill I

luntrrt Itrlni IMM Siii SLAB
I .wire,,. 67 OF MIIIfrC1lWe
PmuIIy It..1.. mill Pubis
C.nM bold

Tew .....4 Cut ef CeHee erIee4
,Tee li AIw.,. rree sh.dr

" 1- Lundlil iTo ojn.to 2:oS) p m. Lunch&Dinner Special ,S S 'BOXER LOIIEs''
; Dinner 4:JO p."..to S,QS pm. (|1\ s.",..Every Day I, :

IL 8iH'
; MELMAC* 'by4TexaswareCh..AUI. AND RAISIN SAUCE 59 $1.95 sera'b) ( r, ....i.Y. ..'.
deny slaeh. :..iuD,InNI
." .==='Ia"m.c'MII M/d..1sM M1M (Coral te.OreV) IOU,Ifyw./ .", .... ...

..__............ ..w.r........,M .TU"Iff"or'"iNeta.ee.. 19 1.1nn ) twe colen.to'E..r1'... A.1ICI&irI.....,.......: .
\ ..,.. ... ,
.ewe j1ie' .- Ch.rg./t 'P ,th. "
::.e.ns :=== :::=-
__ .
]] ,
Ni. 1625 N.W. .
13th Strt 37 .7141
I nil lAMQuir PACILITIIsenneyj

'. I Reg..! '$4.95 Value! r 1I I 1 SINGERELECTRIC S ,



, .. LIGHTER' '32 ONLY' !
: .R.,.$29.50Now PASTE
,Ae>itahleJn.,.M ene* Afcptar.fcr Refllb.., .j) I r
; ::OUR DISCOUNT:PRICI.-." ..' Only Extra Largo,
I IIt SAVE $2.071! II $18.88Comes -,List 75c G
20 'FANS ,
: With Sill.Pa. ... 5'Z'Sial
iSi.4 1$2' .88' ': : ," ., Pile
'_ _-4 I t_A '
,$1.29 YAL_ COUPON f
.,REG._ .'79e -,Throo 122 With' PAY ONLY PlUS TAX WHIRL AmiCAIllIIMIMIMi
M I s.... We DL.wM Ivirj..1Mw,|. er*o.tlI,
Refills;4'9iI < A SMART AIRPLANE ., -


llGrfT: DRUG
I H Y.arGuarant. Wl SELL WHAT WE ADVERTISE We Rttene Tke lusts T.LM QntuMlletSUPER / l
.. :

I ... GAINESVILLE.: _SHOPPING,.!. =- !." CENTER, : IIS W. UNIV. AVt. 371-1355 '9'Wti t' "i.er ItJ.DnII.........



IW I -

I ; TOM MOORE.. ,. i. $.3.59. STH: t 10-LIS. FOR' SWIM SUITSNOW ONLY

: CHARRED OAK . $3i 19 88?: do*. lOc.

CALVERTGIN' $2.99ITH ,....
j ,.. : BED MIX ONLY JUST 2 (elmer'II Ieq ruels .

PRICES Rtgardlois. of
TOMORROW GOOD; '(475.30% ORGANIC) $2 50 Original' Prices The.. Boautiful glasses:hold

: ONLY: 100-LI. lAG 12 on. and originally. sold for


bel1nivemty' urn The i Kilgore Seed Companj i 1 P "

kA Division of Aurow kid Company I

I 1901 SW ,. NOW AT

13th STRUTPHONI26333 ,|ilS NW,'1 *. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER ili.'tiW..1111o So. u

.1 MIXED Pacific N wtyCalendulas 2PIECEBATH CLOSEOUT ON TORO Quort Sizo,PYREX ''-'


I': Stlf P..IW I...... .
2 Dozen 21" CUT ., .... M9.95.... 12r'Ster' SUNBEAMVISTA .$1495
BRUSH .,14wi
He.4 P.IW I. '
To ThePackage .,9_ WITH MATCHING 21 CUT Stem .... "." ,wlU" I
J \ } WASTE BASKET 19" CUT Heine p ftpQlMei im,wse) A V s9 .fIT": .:. .... .....SAVE. COOSUNIEAMofGI
... S. Storttr .... M.tS, .... Ol i
,. ,'" HeIl4 ''"''; ." '
+! No Joifat\ Woy To.* I Polyethylene Kurt tufted design quick drying.. brush. 19" CUT Stem R... 19.95.. ... .77 $ "5
Proof.tfoin proor..asy to clean selection.
4 r. U6'pVt Get Wol'Sfm.*I of colors'bite toy last Steam & DryIRONry *
s..Ie. c.f..W..., All rnowon with grass .ffiitf ottodnnontIncludod. .
i Other. REG. 2,91 Fencing. to $100.00 No
? .."......' ,.. SUNllAM.
r -.. 'Inland with opprovod crodif. Wo tokofrodos. HAIR DRYER. $10"
..r ;59* .- $1.00t 1.98 Choic..of 2 Modell ,.. w
; 1-U.'I rkE: .. .-
. Used Power Mowers $5 to $25 .
c...,,... u.. .f Ortho .,...... .'
20 GAUIM'CDnaI.T JUST 51".. 80wM WILL,MID IT.f
& PARIS s rtc le' ,
: WNSON /! c.., \ :
PII..e 372-0476 0 ,
: z Nit COMER PAlliNG'Ott ova LOTS e ,TC !;. i 5 RAWING ON TOWER LOT .
., t. 'at.: "' R CENTRAL CHARGE IJ,-S.E.,'lit.Stfwt. ..... IT2.ISI / 7 IL in A.... "-. R -

-....' ..-., t I
fi'4 4 .

":\. J!...! _