Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00193
 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 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00193
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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white mothers backing a school sit-in urolett agauut: an IDle.,. Tg-
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Said Sanfield.. "Just all of Queens i = mothers,:' uses pushing baby carriages' arrived for lilt third day, mental program to balance radii enrollmmts.
Police headquarters reported the arrests of 65 adults on charges. of their elide a& the school In addition to lilt M first and secondgraderrdlaWy
thought My deductions finally' of loitering" In or near school, a form of disorderly conduct.One, involved In the the mother ,. The program Involves eight schools altogether and includes .
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ban caught up with my sal man was charged with felonious assault on a policeman., ?>, puslng children between the schools of each/ paired set This was
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.-. By NORM LaCOE a proposal by J, P. Thompson, Irea UIIIO 1 '

r Sun Staff Writer, Additional County Commission JIM SE Hawthorne Rd, to rzone e- I .= / ,
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-. took under study Tuesdaya I A. Thompson I* interested 5w.wna tar AI.... / a r ot.tam..MIVIMJrw .
, V request to rezone i U. S. 441 '' In opening a neighborhood market a n, Ilan(ear. =-opP ,

-r tract to permit construction of er, who also,:operates a service Th nosing commission t, -.

-.. an agency to sell and service station at m N. Main St.,. recommended, the business A ';' : 8

hydraulic, )loader*.'sjfj; );. 'i- 4 Interested, ta'.the, property classification, after Thompson ,'.
indicated be has corrected violation "

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SI.sbe.'l. Scruggs, "
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attorney representing his ; assistant. to the commitslon.illid -
.ids. request w A..ndl.n.l Ile a11.w11.a551OW /
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.. rezone the property from agricultural agreed to permit rezoning ,tobusjmao Toot under," ttudy'for i I .
w pM to jpdnesp) B.. automotive clauUka week a request from J. H: f (. !It -l

UonVlnfl the proposed new .' Ward, ,who want to rexoix
./M.. w' d Normal,fpftfflfnloa, policy'to >Is 1nC'co< study adniiisrzetta for at : ofjOlympicsViaSatelliteBesinsOct.'
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least a before taking any -4 Ward want to open a body and I
M action. SeverfFiDnlng', matters ,Tics, county zoning commission paint hop there.. The xonlnj '
.. were taken*luder itudy along : which: studied the proposal commission recommended] approve :

II with Scruggs.'.recast.Scruggs at Mi meeting last week;;:recommended !, after Ward showed be ..10

:'fo1a% the commission .- approval of 8cnIIP'reque *. Is correcting non conforming. ,,

the site lull I ,1-1 'acres on the lie*. MELBOURNE:, nit Lit/I flash on TV'screem along the gram 184 hours for till Olympic -

{ sr west aide *M," (NW- 13th' St.) In, other.sonlng matters; the Took under study a request t telecast of the Tokyo Olympic ,Eastern seaboard at 1 flJD. *.*

hi the rtoo btk'wY''He 1 : comnlsslonr: 'I by Thomas Oil Co. Inc., 131,0 S Games' are ,I expected to be (EDT). A key link In the five tele-

1I1d.ClblfIOrt'W.. '.: Holland- -Took under study for, I week. Main 8t, to resone .from residential beamed to U. H. audiences via After the opening, the games caste to the S9 -. foot antennaat I

A to bwlwss B a property communications satellite.' starting will appear at vsrloiis times the Naval Missile Center,
End.NYOndL on the northeast corner of October It. ,until their conclusion on October Point" Mugu California.
City Fathers the intersection of Interstate 79 Opening ceremonies on the 24. The National Broadcasting Designed and built by Radiation

with. Flemlngton Road.' The. other side of the world wIlH l Company expects to pro- Incorporated of Melbourne

r N Ok) ', firm want. to locate a service Jl Fla,< the big dish will
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nation oa the property. T h easing receive the Syncom HI satellite ,

.. Won't Wear Shorts :SessionCity commission recommended Boys9 Club QbituarieWILLIAM relay for retransmission by
approval. a NBC, which also will make "
.- i time available to other TV network
; Shirley Deffenbaugh, 14, left, shown with her par- Commissioner spent that Santiago, Dominican Republic The company also asked a TutoringSchedule KLINEPETER *. '
another two and one ; half hour be'designated Gaines variance which would permit i
HoutonTess: Tuesday )night completing. MODday' .- ,UIt'. "iliter city." iiH-foot setback Instead of the Cot, William D. KItnep jter. The Aircraft satellite built and by Hughes launched '

agenda.Near normal SS foot setback from 72, Melrose! died Tuesday .t. Company
-phflDcal education classes at the Aldlne Junior It If part of a "People &0People" U 1 to
August expected
rightof ."., line of the roadway Mi home after an extended illness -
School the school Tuesday, .jar of better understanding
superintendent bald program
the end of the meeting. .u be In a "stationary" orbit about
line of the roadway -
;tatEer aald It wall against hla ..t.Uy'r'rtllt Commissioner Alan Sutherland and combatting The tutoring schedule for 421,300: miles above the International -
-principles for her to wear shorts In gym claeaea 01 noted that by,hit calculations it communistic propaganda, the The zoning communion recommended failing junior high school boy CoL/JCJJIpew, .native of Date Line during the
h.. been out of resolution that It be rejected in, Burwick, Pa., cane to Melrose '.
'ahower with other girl*. ,Shirley was 2 a oti based OIIlIonda,'* approved unanimously In. the "Operation Lift up'program Olympics.
view of the Flemlngton .
cK5bl since last Wednesday .wlt.. school off(cats Jut night noted. poetlbtlity has been announced II year ago
,30 rn.l.rthng time. In orbit
p. Road will be four.In toned Traveling an equatorial -
ttold-ner her ( dUcoaa her attln In .
to bring parent o HeiervedStyearilntheUJ
In other action commissioners by the Gainesville Boys' Club. at with
A a speed synchronous
the future.
3>hj5lcal education classes.RARE Major action Tuesday night voted !to seek federal funds for I The program is designed to Army end was with the University the.earth' rotation SyncomIII
=, y .., was endorsement of the JuniorWoman's the Gilnesvllle Library and disaster -Took under study a requeit slow down the number of school of Florida ROTC In the will pickup Japan? Broadcasting
Club recommendation: by Robert Die for a zoning late 1520'tCol
STAMPEM relief for hurricane damage dropout Corp'a signal. from
variance: to continue operat I. g Xllnepeter wa* I'32nd the /
Kashlfea lending s t I tins
Cole was stamp auction ; repealed : a child day D\InII1I& 1110 SW Volunteer Instructors graduate Degree Mason and a member
More Mayor Howard McKinney about 59 miles northeast of To-
AboutBudget .
Qent In the purchase of a Mth 8t Dinda obtained such a student from the tlniverally of the American Legion .
early 24 cent airmail his previous objectionsto of Florida are Mrs Joanne Survivor Include hi wife kyo. '
,10,1Ot- variance: a year ago, pending \
The Canadian
seeking federal assistance. Broadcasting I
stamp on which enactment of the proposed new Bishop, Mr*. Connie Pelt, Mn Jeanne KllnepeWr! 1 i
Corp. and the Broad-
the place was progrsm Lou Dale Ingmaneon, Miss. Laura European .
I sonlng regulation. Godey, daughter J..Kline .
J accidentally "To participate in these programs Jack Bailey and Howard Will- peter of Harrisburg, ..., one catting. Union ,win videotape
the from tilt live tele
printed upId i Is to promote &/them McKinney ion. brother;' two slater and three games j
down He was From 1 argued. "I am against Bryant Glad grandchildren. casts. Th topes are to be
i acting at agent Page federal handout program" Each Instructor la limited to I flown to Europe for telecastingthe

( for Herbert rector David Godschslk'i Commissioner Alan Sutherland three student and only stew. same day ?
Klee, Highland argued that the city wouldbe To Talk Of vacancies are left The Communications Satellite -
Park, III, $,5CIO lower than his present remiss if available funds The program schedule Is ,. FUNERAL Corp. Is coordinating the

I stamp dealer $112,500 pay scale were not Investigated. follow.: telecasts with the cooperationof

I The stamp, This move got no support We participate J In these programs Race StrifeDAYTONA Tuesday I:JO. Reading. NOTICES the National Aeronautics and

( the nation's each time we write a Jack Bailey; 7:30, Science, Lou Space .Administration (NASA),

first airmailpetits Commissioners Alan Suther. check on April 19," Sutherland BEACH (AP) Godey; 7:30, Reading, Mrs Joanne the U. S. Defense Department,
and, Ed Turlington and Byron Gov. Karri KLINIMTil COL. WILLIAM O the Japanese government and
wai noted. Bryant uyt h* Bishop Pmral xrvlcM for Will am O Olin.
Cole 'printed In Ml., Wlnn defended the planning department Commissioner J would be delighted to tell the Wednesday7:30: Math, ..,.,. ,Nt It will .M, ..1tI It 1.NA.AL Japan Broadcasting Corp.,
Awheel: t of 9* of them was print. ,I 'and staff arguing that that a mea he Richardson Legislative Investigating Committee Dale Inpn.nson7:30; : Math, Hllkmf Thvrrtiy MwiwrUM Oct Purl t II wll".r.vnld..... Urn In, which will provide the omthe-
noting f.1 t .
ew wrong side up and are In f | "somewhat the.same" a* McKinney 4Thursday47:30 win to M Herat Mtoirarliftn
tfi hands of dealers around the, L. Jvdsoa Mor was organized to '"dosome about federal support, Mguittne this part summer. : : English, ..:uPwwu ANA: : c:.VVJHWMf :
world. Even the correct ones planning, not just processzoning Pelt House '
Mn. Connie r llvM M MtlnN Mil for five dollars house was accused Tuesdayof matters I voted with Sutherland In favor However, the governor speaking 1M4, it Mi rnidHK, .iir M mimMl

demanding $ .,... to get of requesting federal.'funds(.for- atA) new conference Tuesday N*. IIn.N U vMra.. H IWN. nllrM M Me'. Inm'_Hi for.*U.L N.
MODEST a liquor Uceasa, for, Maabat-. City Manager Bill Green also the library. night, said he wished the RecreationMeet .Army. willn.. rwnc of our* ar Blamed On_
.1 Iris as lie WN JM D..r. .
spoke out In of the yon a
saws, Playbey dab. Tha support (Commissioner Winn imTurlington d committee would "come to me M.wn In..nu N M.
> The' mayor of Alba (pop.. planning department: I _Ie... LtglM. HI ... wlm rh.
charge was mad. by Aislitaal were late arriving and ask me what happened. .
CalledThe ROTC N ll UIPI<1tl. >. l.tiJ*. Wiring Defects
3ft) ail flatly rejected a pro.p District Attorney re miasi "''Since I have been here the the meeting) i and ..,Iy s'e'w Ttw idly nquml
s001IAst h. issue a:pr Clam.. Bryant chided Sen. Charlie Hut llnwrt t* tmlrtM ami cinlrlrwIIMI ,
most .... while addressing city has done no planning," the I McKinney also voted against Johns and City Recreation Department MTU W UK AmwICM CMICW lClMy Electrical defects were blam-
this town' Rep George Stalling
tin honoring OKOiMfl II ItM tonlly ".lwldw
prospective Jurors at a lido .asking for federal disaster funds .
city manager explained "We has called an organization 4 151w. Mill kuriOx ed for two house fire that
want to
idistrtous citizen aery-conspiracy trial of a Cot.Bags h.velad/ hard for hurricane damage. saying "apparently they ..._ KINwP.' $'',. MMIN..... p..
-He raid he'd be embarrassedbjI a 'time Just keepIng know what /happened But they meeting at 7:JO pm. ThursdayIn ramir.. IM ililm .id Hint caused an estimated $.700 damages
proclamation honoring m... Moraeuse resignedas up with lonlng We're finally I City Attorney Osea Fag a n dent ast I wish they'd start by the recreation center library ,,_1- here Tuesday night and
GOP chairman la .. He getting the basic ground information reported to the commission during Halloween sense s. cutiiNci this
Mleld' i Kea Boyer of the St. coming to me." to plan the annual Fumm tmkn early morning
.. .also Us as vice the fcr Mr. CUnnn OMTM will toIMM
quit Job "H"
for- the studies meeting that the
Louis Cardinals and Clete ..,. we Bryant said he would defend carnival. M I'M r.... M THurMcy' OtNMrI The first fire, a minor blaze
caalrmaa of the New YorkTaraway need" Inc. damage suit against the H44 It CKWtlwt Hill* MmrlM broke
er of:Jhe: New York Yankees. ': Us action in connection with St The carnival win be Saturday. cuss WIM ll IAw While aMmtlnt out at 10 p.m. Wednesday
A.llltrlJJ'liter refusing soil J. R. Crane for drainage
f 5.* ..rvk... ivrt t wilt at
-he-tniyor 1. Inn- Boyer Both McKinney'and Richardson Oct. 31 M to OMM Flint Hall on the University !
to Maivebuqualy,Jb> condition on East University Augustine but indicated he ..
fCherrof the baseball players.tlovribout .' said they thought the role would /have done Ray Nasser, recreation director C1.MUry HWI PuwnallN.In.. of Florida campus Fire-
'' the stole liquor seller MyKandal. Avenue across from the library tome thing .,.....: Plwld." .
the (! > clef k : ,w of planning In the city should has been diInI Itd. differently if he had to face the said organizations and men laid a faulty electrical

wauld'she: issue a proclamation? interfere with Individual right The commission approved situation again. groups which: want to sponsor a transformer was believed to

No, said the clerk. ''SHOW BIZ as little as poulble. payment*! up to ,_, to "I am satisfied with the re- /und railing booth should con Punch ThrownIn /have ignited the flames.A .
ihe s the player..nother.. suits," be Mid. "But la than tact him or attend the meeting defective electric heater
I Crane for the drainage
It Is relocating Capitol
H.., Ford U says he "Planning a dangerous food : touched off a Ore shortly after
situation nmethMi Booth win offer ware
you uy ordo
under East University
BAtJYGIRL system
hacker of the musical "Su. thing McKJnney warned. '
one thing you ihoukmX" I and activities. Press Suite midnight! today at the home of
e> Actttss Larafau Day,'M,'arid {I gar,CJty.f s e h e djUe d foraBroadway I"ThII Is getting Into areaiwhere Avenue. David a Harper, BIO NW 4th

her huaband, television execu-. I' opening next March "the city has no business TALLAHASSEE: AP( ) Ml- Ave, causing feUO damage.

the Mjchel CrlUkhes, are the The auto maker said he had being Has Weather Roundup ami Herald capital correspondent Occupants of the house -Harper

parent* of 7-pound, HIIIICt.I\11,600 which: Invested will bring In the the ,show French, i After airing, their philosophical -I"Queen Robert SherrUl punched his wife and three children

girl, I differences about the meaning John Evan, former press.aide escaped without injury
:11 I i star Lila ,back to Broadway ,
ThethUd, aamM Clgi, wee he( first time since she playedm of planning and ion I In. i Busy Time to' Gov., Ferris Bryant,to the

born 'D+tId4 at It,John'i How : "Can Can".. 11 year age. :'commissioners finally compromised Jaw In the Capitol pram suite Frogs Losing
pltal Jj Santa) Monica., She III 1 Duke Ellington bas written It1eOI't. and reached some conclusions In CanadaCIIAI1LOTI'ETOWN after a heated exchange of

the Ie'. I about the planning words Their JobsJOHANNESBURG
budget: 00555 The dispute arose .to. the hall
ASSASSIN P.EI.: outside Sberill'i office tote
Salary Increases recommended A PNr N....... 1.w.A.y.; T'.N Tuesday
wNe Africa
(AP) Queen Elizabeth tt ,, ... CMI while Evan was .to. the
Nawaf YeMtet Bea Che- by the city manager for the : 'V.r' ": ;: (AP-One of South Afrlca
concludes: her visit to tilt mart- a N Me 1e /niter r press suite with a group of camwlgn -
talk owner of a bar in Brasilia planning! staff were not Justifiedand time province of Prince Edward T. .. .MM ._ worker for Mrs Lyndon best known "scientific exports

Brat)!,. was I to Jail today the current salaries should Island today after an evening 01 B C Fair through Thurs Johnson' Tallahassee vtot I ." the platanna frog I II

walling to be maintained since only one of relaxation, at a royal variety day. Contiaued cooL Low today I Witnesses said SherrUl and rapidly being done out of It*

stand trial for be staff members have been performance by some of Cana aJgbt .41 to M, Ugh Thar II. Evans argued ever a dispatch.job tilt pregnancy test

the asset I nation employed at feast a year. da's top talent 71 to 71 North and northeast Sherffl had written about! the I For yean now the frog hit

of former Office: expenses, particularly Her second day In Charlottetown S to i! mil wiada.S Legislative\ Investigation Commltte been used by doctors an
dictator travel, should be sharply cut.bortly over
Syrian Included while Evan director.
an appearance. ala was tilt world to tad out within
Adib Shlabakly.Ghaxaleht after the debate over children1 rally,.a state dinner PwSP ...... m'.... ..... and! a .hitter Evan had written M hours of the test whether
14, the planning department budget given by ,Provincial Premier ... .... .. II i reply. : a
who ta member Commissioner Will a n '. = .a.e.n: :.---r: = woman was pregnant or not
Walter Shaw and haO. In the letter they said Evan
a grand ff.1 This stemmed
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of tie raced he would "see allislet" ., se set.wauanw. ...
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She wai to board the royal ::- es ..." ". called SherrUl a hatchet man cry by a South African doctor
Douse 'sect' .1 and left yacht Britannia it midnight for 'and said hi* dispatch was a fable. that a frog would ovulate with-

Moslem, gave The remaining! four commitskmen a two-day voyage up the Si 5 *** .mm ....... T.*r. GAINESVILLE WEATHER in M hour tf tt waa Injected
himself Sun- tYwkk got four pages Into Ke- Lawrence River A.r. cww..wL LM esLM,, MJt I Wlmmei ald Evans, knocked
up to Quakes a To.Wy N
with urine from
fay and, according to Brazilian !ly'a electric plant division I i The queen appeared. ] to eaoythe ) :. .T n ..N..1. .:.. :;: Municipal Airport readings againrt a wan by the blow', did a pregnant woman.

authorities, admitted the assasifautioa Midget and recessed. variety show' -......,. I a i a-e* ..e,.. nw.uq. c.- for 31 hour to S a m. today: not punch ... Shenrin left the :'But
a..r e..L Low N i. .. Hlgh N aU p.IIL.ln sa 3wr I now a new threeminutetart
ef This II. 01
In On remote vIBag summary the ,She applauded freer/ and at the rL 5waw1p w .area hnmediatety. ,, evolved to the
a-a. Me nILt. United
JI Pares Sept.:* 1lllj heUy. S7, proposed planning and electric 'end of the performance sale and nAr.
who was pnaHist ef Syria budgets reviewed Tuesday: other BMntteis ef time royal. w. N.:: :- .u eo:.."'= cases .rt uses i NOT VERY Steles aad claimed to be more
I .... t-M ..... simple and accurate man the
hue 1161 to MM, was living oni PLANNING DEPARTMENT-: r > low N..w4N It. TOirm 51IM. MM
party weal backstage to greet ..., Mm MOW w ..w..se as .... U* IIMl h. awl a ,:. frog tort Is semaj Deed by more
farm near Ctinr.GROUNDED. tNJM budgeted this year with till (Ml IvflDCIl. ,Hr .TMI ___ M. M>. HELPFUL
5..ae Ml. LOT MMM .> Mb and more doctor and tilt frog
7JJ7i| recommended ta the. The queen wore a white Door- MI TIM y M .._ sffrvy iPx.. .. to toting Its usefulness
new budget by the city manager. 'length evening gown and a wix-r. .tu.o.IM T M n ... .....rTLiTjiuTujrV '- OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla.
The Miami'Mrsid. aaaj.today This Includes a $Su, ; recommended 'white mink stole. Her hair we *1, w..u..d. ::.M... ousted= ::. ,. (AP) Mr*. Glenn R WooOey

t Reward ...1w _1tIrt..... Increase to salaries. ,crowned by a diamond tiara. -mm M tnTunn'iii? TMMTtNa luawMeilUHMlMllMM. wee oa a special city committee GaiitOTflt Sun

I lionaire Industrialist bas agreed :She and Prtooe. Philip sat ta the .. Js..ef ... lOT..Pane. today to study a phase ef tasurance -
I lo give up control of Northeast/ ELECTRIC REVENUE: '-$!.. I royal .bon m the balcony. Nearby .:. -= one,"r.-.r asAL.M : a.r. coverage. PllWlaSiJO JV JWJ ... ,
.. CAP w11..1u. \....nl.leld5g .- ,Airlines. 145,1M in this ycerl budget 1 were Canawaa Prime Minister IIon .,-caw-N III M .MNw JawaInN She went to City Han Tuesday Soturda,. end SuoIdooI -

a paperwrappedpalatiig The newspaper maid detail ef with ",sa.. estimated hi me .Letter 1. Pearson and Governor _> nose ALMAM.C...." .. .:tr... ._...._. II S A JII to ham why the city would art a m by Camwv*. Gwnown It tat rub.U2nd

with which IB* tried, -I Hughes'/ plan to divert himself budget prepared by Utilities DIrector Genera Georges Vaaler == ..... 1 n o:w.: =..=. : : pay pr'cpt damages received: Hoc*. GoMMwIlt. Florida.
ta. c..a her tree Swedish c caGmI if control at NEA were expected John Kelly.ELECTRIC The onphaal ef the show wa ...+. ........ Oct, II CNo-. S whea. a police car struck her and ........ w MCOnd class
PLANTD1YI. ereN1ss 1_ rev, w .. -'fW at Ih* Pott OfficeII.
Greta Garb walk : a Canada with folk IIIUIIc and parked The City Council w
la Boston ,
I o be dIadoeIIIlod'q -'ewrw .
at New Y tr 'e The :'STON-ll.ltt.a4 budgeted this songs portraying Canadian hi. =:- : :-...'-...-.n :: :n; : nplslaid that the dry doss art ie.asdfw10M
fnmphae .
haa .
t its airline's plan .. .... .. .. u. .... a. aP1.Ne.on
X2uedy Ahrpert tort .I gatTwt would be tuhJect to Civil Aerouuiia year for operation of the plant tory and tradlUon. Much ef the ...... JI have kwmnce to cover damage UYW ttr
retired actren Dew treat I Board' wmalj including, salaries and t7M ... 1!bait she bad a c...... e.- b7' g.vensaW taaatioam 551 ea MAIL

Pill, peealbly to attend me The HerahV 7 aakl ;tbe phuvoul4 ; requested Itchy In 'the 'ovtrtoMOnejoaetoldtbyCemedhut 5:Day Forecast i at"sit
feral .. her toagthne. idyll ..>*w I..bntg. .t & Dm Brenflaal. htgaa byreterlng JUg> Caargfl Shirt vaa tymtnvfle M ....
wad ..
eased Mead George Senior, ," clear the! "!'T.t Hughes Durbig Tuesday's budget review -' I .toth. xiHatvWtlPmkfcat ;Tempinmrairaeto wtI awecapt. rmeafld 1111I .... : )bat aat very."helpful --ae5w. .

1 Chew York today. Ie... t o try i to regain eWrol of Trans the dry manager said *aettmvd Johnson to Canada toihsem & i atf degree* hefaw thelMnnaianrk Ughitaraftt to est tl00 who artd gat t I T.abfraatWMe lMiwiAw M A.. f s"1. M
dM h'farhi .tort I s t I raaplvjite RTorW 1rUaet!..**' owns 71ceat ",- to U. has II Bat aunkiahn ef'l7ofmabts maBv >,lvii till towatomevMthe Ill .. me'imlilwy el haytognautaaca a........ :'J'

.....mere! with Ml** I I0IrIIe. pe4 of TUW" I beeai (added to the proposed HI River pewej' treaty. % period endtog TwMday. The. aartk ami Mk to the lanoXRatofal far smaller data w e..aw :'s., : :..es55 I.w I.

.'iii bedy. bin bees r4 voting rlghtt*f9* to rejun 1 budget, I -mWT.besaJoXPmidewifohuoa I tarccaat tats l for ,ihaermahyeaei wQ total lass than eats- and then named! htrc; Woefleyto ........+..... 'or...r -

flaaavto New York earner I or $90 million to ban to ft I damage from HurrkaeebDue.I. may sell CIa.cIe hack weather at the Hart at me hal .... eatept .. to eau lilt committee ts'fer with I.ew. -- -..
1""'" trance> the line'l Jet fleet > I the city manager I to us." I I period with a sh. weld.to ma ....... p.rtt.a lilt rid c n.eelsr wam It aN/ ...L





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i "OPEN "' RUicukiiily low Sole


) almost Thursday & Convenient D.. .. ... I........ Lew
F d'S. ". NO X '
Tn.. 'Ml all.*ry ... rl NO A t t R O ::4 NO :
Mt inywhtf i-U-T wiMi C.0.D.'. wl.II_. ....... :
tall ?... ......t1.. .. 36 months. 30 NO PMONI ORDIR1 AND .
1 Ml*. W* t* 4In NIGHTS Up to_ AU IALI1 fiNAL ... :
,. := -60 90 Day oo
tar .MW..,.. ......1., ..III, counts considered Rw ,.. ... .!.... H>.
...*I N_ I *..MM .
r '.eWtlai wig k* heal I*
UNTIL cash Don't
... + worry. s.m..N ---....
is..Umtt... as 'DtUmlm..e ai .-will. about cosh! Use your III ...... what. y..
l Iv MW ..
NOT PROMKI wkrt 4ty 9 of these sovinps.b II. .
whit rim* whrt .
... W. will 4* ;.; ltvl Save lAO, '20,
1..t Ie ai... .1.11 ;, yes, even
I ....Ic.. T.k. .
f .lo..aiwNlovw .IM..n O'CLOCK 50%
k..di.I. .: '

Involving without reserve or limit the


"THE : REASON entire and complete contents of Home: WANTED !I'l !

Beautiful Funiture Co. -11,500 sq. ft. i 1500 CUSTOMERSOLD :
Drastic 'rlc.ltducrl"'ll.. the Foc..f Rising Costs on Replacements
Homo looutiful.. GVillo is growing liko 0 cream d
; fed kitten. Already known In Geinmille end throughout this showroom space jammed with .nationally and NEW
entire oreo es on institution cotorinf to these who love and nopreciete '!I
the finest in homo fund.hl"... W. ore having o greet .
,: influx of newcomers to this .......Wo wont to acquaint those I known correctly styled house furnishings TO 'UY THISI ...RCi INS
newcomers with our store, services ond ....re..eI.. ... Wo wish
to show our appreciation to our old customers, also '. Oil
and New Customers era invited to come in leek To be sold at d"'rilllell price

"h j .round get acquainted and take advantage .f our terrific U'S'N'AMI
| savings, huge selections and many services we offer. We decided in fAMO' BRANDS
reductions the Greatest Sale of its
months ago to stage this sensettonol sale bought for
It. planned it wrangled specie buys from manufoctuiars
I I for the event. Wo want to IITTER ACQUAINT the people of kind in I INCLUDED.. IN THIS SALE t

/, not only Gainesville/ but everyone In this entire area with the years ,
facilities/ this store hoi to to offer. A sale. involving aver$10.000 THOMASVILLI,.'. TOMLINSON. IROYHILL SILica
i worth of America's finest furniture. The savings ore.tremendous ,
.'. the quality the best. Prices that sure 'nuff knock- you for a A sale with a .reason and not J-just an FLIXJTIIl SIMMONS MIRSMAN, ITHAN ALL1N"

j excuse A sale that is a sale! '

i iSALE !I


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".ID SCATTER RUGS 11I.00 WE CHALLENGE '21... I Recliner 1. ..7.1.

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FMw. .. '..... N Mlirot c. r .
W l_11, AdvIrll..d ONLY N. I .co RATTAN r:

t f Mattresses 7.95 IrfNM All..* Any Start -Anywhere Now I, Table' & 11900 Sofa

, __.. ___ COLONIAL '
Later Or Anytime To -
t '
\ By SIMMONS .ench.. Gr
11. IMS M 5MCOIATOK Sofa loot Equaf_ Or Iran Com ItI.OO' ;

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) BEDSPREADS 19900 Clot To'TfiaM. Unusually Low Love Seat' I
39'S '
r .17" 249M
'/ PRICE Salt Prices I, ..; 9900- 1 ':

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47500.,.. CwrW bH AiMtkM ....... b..ll bed Lew M-esMew "=
N./ lab y.z.IOY.i .
......... ....-r..w.*IMM rak- 41900 P.IINCdHnONCu.bLI. IIIIr -.-...---!--............... 39'S ; { 114100..... ..Le... .... ......ER..... I 'S.\

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Go,....... Sun W........,. October 7, IVb4


J;1 ; ,OJ'h. '' m. 11'i:. \-' Jp I! Voting Blocs ,

; Work
: At
JOHN a. HJUMISON, fttatut mttoMMxri SOUTH
MT COWLSt YkiI- W.- : '
Jlorlda'a" Beautiful s *> ID MMNMN VIM PrwMMlM I' I
.....,.. l.lw, w.. e. (HIDeMMOLC By WILLIAM- F. BUCKLEY JR.

University City ... 1r..tNO1, Vk FfMMwl ...' M- By RALPH McGILL i How easy b it, where you live, to jet a taxi? That probably -';'
**** / TAI1"I&.IO" '.111... e' "...... he.esor
Vice PrMiMnf, M. ClrmltllM. M_tw.. .... A1i5r0..) e.......". depends on whether or not your city Indulges a monopoly -
,.. in taxis, as Is done In New York City, where everyday

THE SUN'S POLICY In every: way The Planners demonstrate.' the dangers
BitterMan of fussing with the free enterprise system
I I. Import the news fully end Jiriportlolly In the new eolumm. .
"( You cant get1 a taxi in New York much of the time:
.; 2. txpraM MM eplntom of 1he Sun In-but only 'In-tdltoriolf. "it' f. f, ,,But If yon want to go Into the taxi business, it will post
3. Publlih oil .,cIt. of Important eontrov,r,'lol. issue.. :.* -
you twenty five thousand dollars.'That Is the going price;

The Sun's telephones: All department 378-1411 For' ,on the free market. of one of those precious "medallions"
a little piece of engraved tin -, that permit a vehicle
to serve as a public hack. There are lots of unemployed
."" t. ..:, '
c1ee Job people in New York who know how to drive cars, and ,

Federal Grants-in-Aid :! : : ; Iota of people In New York woo would like to hire trans-
: 'I", .' WASHINGTON portation: but Group B if not allowed to serve Group A,
::C" < even though to do so would be to their mutual benefit,
Senator Goldwater chose the section would not materially re&pre* pressures Senator Barry Goldwater' k' because New York is afraid to affront the taxicab owners

of the country that'receives the .for national action for specific Increasing the tempo of his and the taxicab drivers. They are, you see, a Voting Bloc.
charge that President Johnson -
greatest benefit from federal aid objectives. Other factors> that are "
U "a
politician. OR WHAT A LOT of Voting Blocs we have In New York
funds in which to urge elimination of responsible for the establishment of To that charge the thoughtful w.A1Ity H that we dasn't offend. There are the truckers, for Instance,

I the grant-in-ald ayitem. The senator existing grant program!',,,ould still "voter will reply. "I hope. I "THEY CANT ALL BE DRY HOLES,' BILL" who make transportation in New York City something out of

outlined a plan during his rlslt to so. Felllnl's '%. There are the prien.who! _when._they feel
remain. Among themare} uch conditions President
Alabama whereby states would b. Johnson'sstrength like it leave New York with-

Ie returned a portion 'of their, Incometax within the states so far.M the items largely ; from 'LIBERTY' V. PROTECTIONHoover's out a single newspaper. Thereare
the record of his which
payments as unconditional grants fear of being placed at a competitive indicates that he career knows how the dock .workers, who ,

'to""let the state and local governments disadvantage by fully exploiting to get the Job done. He understands decide when and under what

decide, .how. to provide i local their.own taxable resources, insufficient that in a two-party circumstances the Port of New
services" $ interest in certain programs of representative system then Question York may serve as a port.

concern to the nation and lack of 'are times In the Congress There are the racial and religious -

'The present system of grants for technical skills and information when the opposing parties minorities, who win
provides 13.5 butt heads and stand there specific purposes percent buffing and puffing like two the FBI director that must one hundred per cent their
ARTHUR security.
of the total revenues of state "In short; if a system of subsidies way on issue that
goats with locked horns. WASHINGTON-The publl- have sharply) .reminded Chairman But, ss the commission also every concerns
and local governments. The practice were 'adopted, there la ,no assurance In such a situation, in our cation by the Washington Evening Warren of his own Judicial 'noted, no criteria and<< them There art the people ,

of "equalizing" grants give proportionately that the) funds would be used to' provide form of government, we either Star last Friday of partof attitude in cases Involving guidelines can even begin' ,to who live In rentcontrolled

more aid to states with all the services thought necessary !have men skilled enough the transcript of the testimony the ,Issue of Individual protect a president who Ignores hoIIsln, And the trou-

limited tax resources. Federal aid : ( "jby\the national government, in politics to bring about acompromise of J. Edgar Hoover before rights against criminal law r them mingling with ble Is, once you give to to a I

There would still be for na- to that we have the Warren Commission enforcement: :s"crowd, si. Johnson continues Voting Bloc, you become an ,
adds to 17.4 cent of the revenues pressure addict. I
up per Just
some advance, or we have a points up the quandary: In "1 don't think you can get to ignore them. About about every politician
of stats and local governmentsin tional programs for specific objectives sterile, damaging deadlock. which this testimony placedthe absolute security (for a publicly the only new safeguard which In New York ii a political ,

the,South-the highest proportionof ,; The'end'result would be a Only political skill gets chairman, Chief Justice exposed president) with- has evolved from the report Junkie.

any region in the country. However piling of conditional grants on top things done. We are a political Earl Warren. And Jt helps to out almost establishing a police Is the tightening of the Incredibly Inside again I the taxi

Senator Goldwater attempted of subsidies, as in Canada and Australia nation. We live and have explain why the commission state. You can't put security loose procedure of problem. Last week to Mew

to allay Southern fears of lost of'' or enlargement of the field of our government by elections lent the Issue Hoover.raised In to a black groove or a the State Department In dealing York It was decided to raise
direct national of services and the operations of political vague suspension. white groove, and certain with defectors that enabl- by ten cents the base tail
low-in- provision ,
federal aid by adding, ,that chancel !have to be taken. I ed Oswald to be In Dallas
; beln,.. One of the most That is the conflict between rate, sn of the proceeds of
come areas "could be helped furtherby or both j : expensive luxuries the na- the constitutional! rights of indlvldusls think (under the new' criteria on Nov 22, IBs. which are earmarked for the

a system of purely fiscal grants tion can have, for example and police measures ) 5,000 names have been The Department has been driver. There was s
for general purposes." "National authorities would, have Is a President who is not skill better calculated to preventthe submitted to the Secret Service ordered to l take heed of Hoov- noise from the owners rumbling but

Inadequate control over the use of ed and knowledgeable about assassination of. President and at !least three or er's opinion, applicable to an one wonders why? If ,they'
four thousand more will be defectors that when Oswald
funds. On the state and politics. under full public expo paid five
has the appeal of appropriated twenty thousand
The plan prom.
basic sure. Confronted with aa .Issue submitted during the next "went to the embassy In Moscow ,
The of Herbert
t,4sing'' the elimination of extensive local side, a policy of unconditional Hoover's tragedy tribulations on which Its chairman has few months" originally to'' renounce dollars for a taxlcab, that
as be
federal controls -and red tape while subsidies with no matching requirements President lay in the fact that taken a most extreme positionIn his cltizeshlp hi should then off must a lot because of taxicabs. spin f

?giving state and local governments" 'would be likely to underminethe able though he was, he could behalf! of Individual rights WHAT THEN, Hoover asked have been able right there to rumblings there money.are should W bat

funds. A numberof sense of financial responsibility.The the commisson hedged the commission, "are you sign the renouncement,
leeway in spending not communicate politically from
come the public, but the
going to do when the Secret (then) he could never !have
countries, including Canada and tendency would be for states and with the Congress or the peo IT COMMENDED the FBI's Service gets those names? gotten back here" public is not s Voting Bloc, I
localities to look and more to ple. He was a sound businessman curiously enough. -
Australia, make use of unconditional more "new criteria," adopted a They have to call upon the V
:grants. the national government to performthe But he was dealing month after President K e n- cal authorities" And be told THE!: TWO Supreme Court

disagreeable task of extracting with human beings and Issues nedy's assassination, whereby of sn Incident when President rulings listed above demonstrate THERE IS of course, a very I
and all he knew was the busInessman good to solve the
However the purpose of federal money from the taxpayer." agents were Instructed to Johnson recently visited that the concept of the wsy tad
approach He took supplement the names In the Chicago that illustrated what supremacy: of Individual problem, or rather come as
.,grants-ln-aid la to achieve particular bad advice and, when It prov- file of "ultra-rightists, racists could happen In these circum rights, even at a risk to the close to solving It ss one can:
""national objectives such aa more The Commission. concluded: ed unworkable, took more.It and fascists who have made stances. enforcement of laws protect that Is to Issue enough more "

and improved highways, hospitals was an expensive experi- threats of bodily harm against! "The local authorities," he. tive of society, that was broad- of those tin things to bring

_:ajnd libraries rather than to helprzfltte "Where aid is determined, to' be ence for a good man-and for officials" of American or foreign said, were asked to give ly expounded by Hoover be- down their,value to about
finance the national government's his country. Had he been a political governments,with thosein assistance: as they usually do fore the commission differs ten dollars, I... enough to I
and total governments necessary
; nan the great depression this grahp'yoaesstognto- to the Secret Service, and from that of Chief Justice repay the cost of their manufacture J
-JIIJr' activities. Is It possible toitwehieve :conditional grants represent a basically might have been cushioned tional testability or Irrational they went to the homes of Warren only In being less extreme and processing. That

national objectives in partic- sound ,technique, despite their behavior." some of these people (listed This Is patent In the by the way, Is a very good 'I

ular fields through unconditional piecemeal development and hodgepodge It'' Is true that President But the commission warned under the new criteria as belonging following from the Court's definition of a Negative Act

grants to I state and local governments appearance"' Johnson knows how to get by Hoover that the new criteria to organizationswhich I opinion In Matt V. Ohio, to (repeal the taxi monopoly)
things done. He has shown, It praised presented has- advocate violent overthrow which the Chief Justice subscribed that would produce Posit I v e

T V Nevertheless, federal grant as Senate majority leader ard of encouraging the use of of the government) and : Results) (more Jobs, better

pro- and as vice president that Gestapo methods, fielded that It resulted really In almost l "There are those who say transportation a better satisfied
The Commission on Intergovernmental I rram.'l'lv' a tendency to proliferateand he can work things out Hada problem to the executive and house arrest". that under our constitutional public).

Relations,:established: at ,the some of them continue past the has knowledgeable man Congress In the following In New York, he commented exclusionary doctrine The Since I find
request of President Eisenhower to time when they have served their gone into office last November words: there are perhaps three criminal Is to go free because the myself Instructing

develop a sounderrelationship( between original purpose. The answer would ,it Is quite possible the "They (Hoover and other or four thousands of such individuals the constable has blundered York, let governors of ,New bow
me suggest
witnesses) the "but in estimation In this undoubtedly
economy might have faltered emphasized my some cases
federal state and local governments seem to lie la other recommendationsof and declined. The hopeless necessity that the Informationnow merely because a man will be. the.result. But else they can earn their keep,

considered: -the feasibility of the Commission on Intergovern- railroad-itrlke standstill came being furnished be hand- belong to subversive front there hi 0 another consideration by taking, negative action

scrapping the existing grant .Iy.tem 'nfental Relations discrimination in to the White House only after Jed with Judgment and care. organizations doesn't mean -the Imperative of Judicial They should of course repeal w
of federal The commission shares this that be Is a menace to. the integrity.. The criminal rent control laws. The only I ,
In favor of unconditional grants In selection of programs, use all concerned with It had goes
.. concern. The problem is aggravated country for life." free If he must, but It Is the excuse: for rent control Is sit-
Us report to the president nearly''adecade grants only when It is the most suitable failed It was settled hi a nations of
for by the necessity that This must have sounded to law that sets him free. temporary' aver.gency
which has worked
ago. The report declared: way of achieving a national objective manner the the (Secret Service) obtain Chairman Warren like an caused for Instance by ;
both unions and the '
and careful, periodic review 4 Neither !has been entirely operator the assistance of local law enforcement echo of Supreme Court rulings "NOTHING CAN destroy a over crowding to cases of :i

''Experlellct'with different types i I ,--rather than in wholesale scrapping, !happy! with the agreement I officials in evaluating he had written or concurred government more quickly than war. famine, or plague., .j

of grants suggests that subsidies of the system.I because neither'' got exactly ,the information which it In, particularly Hoov- Its failure to observe its own Who authorized the city to
what! was wanted. But this Is receives and In taking preventive er's final remark that "if we laws, or worse, its disregard single out apartment buildingowners
keep these people under surveillance of the charter of .
steps Its own existence
of U a class whose
of genius
an example property
The commission retreat and to the housemttl .
Ai Justice Brsndels
I which was to be conscripted for
compromise prevents
form facing the potential consequences the President gets out laid, 'If the government be- the J
commonweal? The
and disaster which result
VVoIce"ofthePeopieOn deadlock of the new criteria of town, that Is what you comes a law breaker it of these tows to serious deterioration I'
done. -
I gets Senator things Ooldwater's recordIn Is not surprising In view would" can totalitarian security. breeds contempt for law; it In fine old buildings
of the numerous SupremeCourt Invites every man to become '
and the
I the Senate Is his own. He discouragementof : 1
decisions In which law unto'
Its a himself; it Invites ,
The Sun' Opinion Page chose to make It what It Is. chairman has supported the IN ANY EVENT, he and anarchy' new building, which cannot \
compete with the artificially
bean his
No name.He ;
legislation prosposiUoa' that punishment his colleagues on the c o m- Similarly In Mallory: the
tow of the
prices rent
0.M- end .....ts el $.* veal a ... ....... .to MM V.... d the P**... MI '. Uftwt has paid,relatively little of Individuate for undisputed million shunted the Issue to Chief Justice sustained the But controlled : os
...... ...... e4 boos Ike writer's .**.. MM. will. be vttklwM II t*.*MM.. A tat, .,rein. attention to committee assign criminal sets must be subordinated "a committee of Cabinet Judgment that "it is not the building. building ,
... eMM4 100 verb sad reed be ........ so sup .5. ... .. ... ..,... N..rv em**. N HM*. The ments. He has been. by an to safeguarding their members". to review sad oversee function 01' the owners are not quite large s
.... .. vMtMl .... ....... police to enough to
IM nttntt HM eke t dst *, MM* WOO .1.. Ohs accounts an amiable man Individual rights under the "&lie protective activities srrest-st large." qualify as a Bloc.
who liked being In the Senate broadest constitutional Inter- of the Secret Service and Small wonder that the com
Another Side Senator Fulbright said that ca other user \ nations be Invited but who did not view It asa pretatloa of what these rights other federal agencies that mission he headed hedged its AND MY FINAL ORDER of

missiles 'to Cuba would not to Join the United States Job demanding his fun tone .... assist In safeguarding the.. approval of the new criteriafor the day to to repeal the minimum "

basically change matters in the project. A possibility as and energy.He was not a senator President and provide guidance presidential protection wage law for children
Of Fnlbright (Congressional Record June a partner, hi adds, would be for example In the manner sumcncNT EXAMPLES to defining the leMI'I I which to Chicago already has under 21. should like .to tee'it 3

Sun An article 21, last, pp. loin-iom) and the Soviet Union. While he Richard B Hasten a are the court's ruling to Mai- al nature foreign! and doro-' been so employed. repealed altogether because t F
to such :
be proposed the Bay of Pigs says he Is not advocating Soviet Hubert Humphrey, or one of lory and Mapp V. Ohio, a thing would genuinely h
.snnounciag.. Senator Fulbrightat invasion participation, he adds the many others who miss no where It went to unexampled to my Judgment help ;k
the keynote speaker at "neither do I think It must be committee sessions, who extremes to defining the .SHE WORKSft I FOR 'GOP? the war against poverty.. :u

the Florida Blue. Key banquettold In his Stanford University: ruled out as unthinkable" study legislation, who become scope of Individual pratoc- But meanwhile In New York

of'some of hie acconvpUihments speech of Jury III, 11, he These but of the experts In various fields' of hone against police search WASHINGTON I Mv W* TtaMi you !have proven your loyalty there are juvenile deuaojaentsby 4
are some
but there are others viewed the Constitutional system congressional action.' and seizure of criminal suspects to the party In the past Now. the thousands many of m
things to the Seantor'a record tor John M. Bailey, the
which also should be considered which we "have U something It was significant for example In this critical election year whom become delinquent for ;
that should be considered In Democratic National e k a I r-
to making aa overall which was out ef date that .to the recent poll But not until the publication we must again request your the very simple ream that'
view either
of the Senator
flail to be
getting a man appears a
evaluation el the Senator's Influence. and designed for an eighteenth determining "most effective of Hoover's E lam s a y of the assistance. The weD-flnanced there to Bothing at all for

century agrarian society.: senator," Senator Russet was it apparent why: the com- plant seed refresher Republican or opposition to working night them to do. They do not'care
to a
o He called for, aa.increasing OBSERVER was si lint place and Senator mission hedged after going so courseto and day to defeat President to spend their leisure time
In mine said that our fear Heck typing
far the ether dinctks
to as
concentration: of, power Humphrey second. Both Johnson sod our eongresamea browsing to the public BunrksersSeiiingiscseyj-
of communism: was a "powerful to flail the Criteria for presUential BaQey seal out thousands
In the hands of the President, and senator This must now
ll1ld.1n pohtJcs-ta us-
which must Other ".. ef letters to Democrats the
we stiQ
prejudice" Side. -
for he maintained that the .... pretectloa .kappa. Para. But
abandon. He ,compared Lenta's tag the democratic ... duly restrictive to centtonbg other sky asktof them to do r they cannot, most
rerototka to Russia. to President to ttajenlyeae. who Of 'Hokum' No senators give more attention .to require some mantfta* tfeesr bit k dollars for the T h e l IIpahUe National ef them work: because they
Is above pamttaltom aid private to duty than do they of Batoes cant find anyone who will pay
:our revotottoa 0117'11 laytog laden of aatoras against anveraaeat cause Lyndon John Committee has been sending
,". it to set strange that pressures,' EDITOR, SunI question In his Senate days Lyndon official" son Hb latter said to part: lilt espies ef Bailey's letter far them the a eUtor ftfty aa lour,

we should be as harsh toward In his secret isesnonnrtumto Johnson was rated as highly The key. to to be fount to "11 your helpful support with ndbgaised. glee. very good reason that
the cynical editorial "SomeDare they are not worth sonar
effective Be was. As a seer a
.RuaetoT. State we have been im he attacked GeneralMacArthuraa4tteABMricaa .
Can Hokum"' which fifty aa M they
SBuniful. revolutionary It ator he got things done as are
people la history, why ....... .. ..edAmenim I lid 1M found so much fault with Mr. do Senators RusaeD Hum POTOMAC FEVER worth-eee as mtesengus, as so-

are we se critical of others. people. might become Thornton Dewey for !having phrey, and a- number of their By JACK WILSON. c.... WaaaJaftaai Berets, enty hf cents II edym.s or s dollar, aev
entertained Mr. Rockwell at colleagues. aa
whp,follow ear ennntoT1, OM prtoctet.... k hour.
his. ranch. As a President be sees that S. charges against two for They eat and live at
The U. drape spy suspects, security reasons. The
( 1)5. ) the Mare (CongressionalReceH .
yOCl"JWr July borne, sad ...
cat attend
the Job Is done. question BOW la: Do we get to keep those cute little.cameras fak to
Anent fed mi. p. What must he say of our"mask" wftllr .... ..
,'} many people knew, ..- This k precisely why bah y rd to
Castro was a Communist fee -won, jInvitoeewiy to Washington where the better ... kr Oka WhiteHouse. Ga'Siserwer cas* 4oflae 1M hose ef the caa j eJcm.'TWjVestaple 't heats a trade.

Senator thought that Castro1 ) WpublbkelJaryii.1iWaeea.Mr.FttK I entertained the dupes, ta'UIIlDf.Mr. Khrushchev dudes Hla juntas. Usof : y..... silts ajaiaal prOmtkuj. the dells. of pwverty, er.yee/re kit ,. whever JaIl... you

revolution night be somewhatlike ( .Castro and rolled out (be, ba oledge. WI pradsr WI faver ., Ml itipjUg BUI seeasaesiiaea.Goldwmter toes. pour ew .'"*bIeI. H
ear'mvuisuI to ITU.Consjresstaaal bright MsaJgJMM think) .... and aids .U.Ag o lit peBtle # OHX as met. A .
for Ben Bells
( ..... Aug. Ma aewsaa, .lawn caaal ,carpet' ear ..tlDnaland fecal ftves says Nln advised kIM to e''i. tie toft en communism'. line Mss Mat wv lit ,. r r;;

.1UU. .e.1. 0 .b cat see......-testa Amort-' IOUBS STEVENSON snake .him. so. Nixos lip be dadaXDont, used Ma mac wkwttM ty fc confused1 ?, Sun't welkf ,.,.-,.: "e'; yes y.ti

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Wednesdey. October 7, 1964 Gainesville Sun S

LBJ Suite More About In The ,


} 'Won't CostMillions' GoodwillFrom : J

Page 1 I Capitol I I I :\\1. C J

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Miss Margaret Rosenberg,I "We have two big trucks 01 W Sl l UI e 'H @ss@ut..... a

WASHINGTON (AP) -The principal of Uttlewood School,, the Job, but it looks as thougl:, WASHINGTON (AP) President T : j ; r 4 j to !' 1.1 1 ,
government has rejected a Re- said "Children of this school 1 I we'll have to get an extra one.' Johnson and President -' ....... ..,...,. .", -
} .f publican charge that a suite of have responded to the call foi. Later, a third truck was ob. Dlosdado Macapagal of the .... to t J
offices being built for President used clothing with great eagerness tamed to help carry the generous Philippines wound up two daysof :J. LlMON.CRUNCH DESSERT7..Mme.Mwr1N.uatMkleMrvwweAuey\ -t ... ..
Johnson's use will add $2.65 mountain of bags. talks Tuesday with a joint 1" I 1 t.J I \

million to the cost of a new 'Bags for the Goodwill are. A few cries of distress wenheard communique saying Communist ,
I federal building in Austin, Tex. piled up in the library nearly) from children who has China' aggressive intentions. easy ,fixm'witlroitr fiAY... J
been carried ir and activities "present an imminent a"o.d .
had overly I
to the ceiling. We've to reshuffle away OMMSM *
In a statement Tuesday night, some of them in orderto their enthusiasm.At threat In the Far East J \ add Mo: nikerls a::=aold Lobo!'M.... I
the General Services Administration get at the books. The children Lfttlewood School, twc I and In Southeast Asia" I Ballard Mo____ ..-.........-
disputed a claim by F. are interested In helping the, children put their library book I The communique stressed the t pclug*My-T FW...lw'\.Piki* J

Clifton White, director of CitIzens handicapped, and their parents and lunch money inside th for Goldwater-Miller, that seem to think it is a good thing Goodwill bags, and did not realize pose" of the two countries In MyaT-Fine pie ComkUM ItaiA mv >4 tlMMiwi,Cut In thwitnln*unM.Dot:=

the building originally was to for the children to get the feel- their problem until several I defending the non-Cbnununls .... .' r. '-_ ....- .......a.o.__-_so'd..,a p,.r"a
-y" ..
T'pni 0" IM "n M see'for:IG is al r.n .ah
t' p
cost $7,350,000 but that additionof ing of giving" Miss Rosenbergsaid. hundred similar bags had bee I nations of Southeast Asia _. ..... ...... MMrtlltf pWa._.w 5".d ..rl..s.pAMh wn?owed J
the Johnson suite had jacked piled on top and all around : sovJ J- =cwt s*x-"e-so e"''well__w.lpp.d_dv'
the cost to million. All looked alike, brown J ,
$10 s
up That was a typical reactionIn imprinted with large blue let WASHINGTON (APDavid "I .h w*.Mi..... OMM run. Ftour,.M X epos.....
"The final cost of the building all Gainesville schools where. ters with the of Goodwill I Lllllenthal says the United 'l' ( ]
will be slightly under $8 million the clothing. drive was taking Gainesville. School Bag Collco, States was ready to use poison I "I I-l' n
," the statement said. place time gas[ against the Japanese late in vi[

It said further that while ". I Charles E. Palmour, principalof Another family may have a I World War II. but dropped the Iii } .
Sidney Lanier School said idea because the British feared '
hard time for a while. They .....
portion of one floor" was being that the bag collection was a It might trigger similar attacked I fA
i put their laundry In the Good
made available for possible success. "The smaller childrenare the Germans. It':
will bag and carried their I on England by
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occupancy by President John- particularly enthusiastic"he clothing contribution to the laundry .. LiUienthal former chairman --:- :J
son "no specific requirements said by mistake. of> the Atomic Energy Commission f :
1 have been made of the agency I Mrs. Betty Hudson secretaryat said the late Gen George Tha "

, by the "White House for this the Idlewild School, said I Life in OldFirchouse C. Marshall wartime U.S. "A +.

( purpose. "There Is a big pile of bags In Army chief of staff, reported \ -i .:1
White said the suite includes front of the cafetorium. This Yet this to him and several other oN 'art? / .
seems to be a well worth while atomic officials In June 1947. 7 r t 1
teak panels and a fireplace big|
I enough to accommodate 100foott' project. The children need to AKRON, Ohio AP) Busi- The report came in a new ., _
logs. He referred to it as Johnson's learn that not everyone Is fortunate -nessman Craig Hunt and his book, "The Journals of David E. ... "J
M1 and even the wife have purchased an old Lilienthal The Atomic
grownupsind : Energy 'I
f Texas temple. the Goodwill collection an firehouse A third floor calisthenics Years 1945-50" (Harper Row). r t't b.\ :t
The GSA said it"is authorized excellent reminder" I area has been converted I : t I-' !L-.' --' ..' i L .
by law to provide space for At the Kirby-Smlth School, the: Into their six-room apartment; g1 .g: il.-
senators members of the House haD was filled with over 200 Hunt uses the second floor to WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.
I and former presidents of the bags, Mrs. Alice Kaufman, secretary show caskets as a manufao ilward 1.. Simpson RWyo, ; -1 Jj: D ) a T5 'L tJd' OL{

: ,. United States. said. urer's representative, and he charged Tuesday that the State : ,
"The does already "Here we understand the needfor has a rug business on the first Department employs "at least Ballard( //the flour tKLi bakes a biteb,ot..culta I J; .

r provide President suitable agency Hoover office in New space York for about helping 50 of: others.our own Usually childrenare I floor'Sure it's unusual," Hunt 15 among top-level"250 listed persona by who the were late 9 t bakes I .E'ebeSJOfe.erts r.l 1 l' t, too, J t LJ, ''I r k. CL 1 i tJ-;

In need of a sweater or says. "But our children are Scott McLeod, State Department .. .. t
City, President Truman In Independence -jacket or shoes during i the grown my wife and I are alone, security officer during the ;"' \ .. ; : '* a
Mo., and President See how It If" to make this lusclow J I-- -
course of the year and we sup- and we love it" Eisenhower administration u easy s aeltlm'lil ,, '1
Eisenhower in Gettysburg, Pa" I r ;
having records about which I J 14
ply them from donations of outgrown 1rwitltl rlc '
It said that the Austin build clothing contributed by Once Through there were "serious questions" V. o li My-T'FitielHel U .VjiOiced! -, ."

ing was authorized by Congressin other( parents." Simpson called on the State '
j" d-u-'tf""L.r-W-W-
spring of 1960, during the last "Today the look of happinesson Main Street Department to investigate and tl.J .11 -l r. J 41
year of Eisenhower's presidency. the children's faces as they I re-evaluate the records of the 15
Of the 12,929,000 total cost brought their bags of clothing LEBANON, Ky. (AP) The to determine whether they represent -
$10,864,000 was authorized for Into the school and added themto Lebanon. City Council put the security risks. He did notname s YT1rMLiE BALLARD FLOUR SAVES YOU 8Cu. E\J:\ ;

construction. the pile was a pleasure to brakes on Cupid. any of the 15 persons. ( H
The city Isn't against marriage .
When the actual contract was see They were delighted with The State Department said It ,
awarded for construction in 'the chance to be helping somene" but Mayor W. C. McDuffee would have no comment.WASHINGTON MY T FINE PUDDING & PIE FILLINGt.
says newlyweds will be limitedto ..
December 1962 it totaled 17,350- Mrs. Kaufman said 5"J
000, the GSA said. A 6th grade pupil hi the J. J. one trip through the business .. Look for sptclally marked boxes of Bailed Flour that con
It added that such things as Finley School, Susan Smith, 11, district In traditional born* (AP) The t_ 'filii rain coupon. worthoff on 2 packages of My-T-Fin. ,
"normal change order activity said "The Goodwill bags are blowing celebration and at United States has donated 112xllllon Pudding and Pla Filling plus ad off on PUIsbury'a New . strike"and piled up In a huge stack In the speeds of 20 miles an hour or for preservation of the 3, ." Lemon Crame Cake Mix.A big 16_saving .
front hall I hope someone will less.Wedding 200-year-old temples of Abu 1- } .. t..
overtime to enable the Internal
cone to pick them up soon." parties driving I I ,mbel, threatened by rising 1"'" \'iA.I
Revenue Service to occu- Collection of the bags from through town created a traffic 'waters behind the Aswan Damon I _i I"...:..,
py the building before the startof 'hazard the adds 'lafa or.."-.t"l
the schools was made by large mayor the Nile River. I Try all I delicious flavors
the next tax year had broughtthe vans, each with a driver. and This represents about one- loran Vanilla, Chooolitt. ..till esy-te.eten brit ';h

cost near $8 million helper to carry out the loads. Labelle Starts third the estimated cost of movIng NutChooolatuttar.oetoh '

"BAPTISTS ARC NOT Phillips said about midmorning the temples. The money L\'" vv l } Jfi{ : il .!;:! lt, :. .
Oil Well'
"The response of the chil- Tests Dines from Egyptian pounds
PROTESTANTS!I" dren has been tremendous. The .owned by the United States.
6:00 P.M. Sunday LABELLE (AP) Teats will
truck 307 at
University Baptist Church !I I Stephen picked Foster up School and bags about start Wednesday on Sun Oil Co,'

1628 N.W. 6th St. the same number at J. J. Finley Red Cattle No. J oil well In Hen- \ Oil ( .lit ( Otll1' 011 ( ... ( JU II" (0"0 \lor' I't .ar",
C. F. Worse Pastor I IIt' School. 'dry County and results will be
announced at a news conferenceIn
Fort Myers Friday, the comply ..
Chester R. Yates,, cUi aaid.Operations. '..

1 SPECIAL AGENT at the site near .
It' NEW YORK LIFE Felda ceased in July while the "

: INSURANCE COMPANY company completed leasing oil
rights to several hundred thousand
,. 0. In 1417 Hunt 11''Mill'
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wfldly*a nfauta you turn the'''. A VW is put sops,.,so w.&ft'i proc
lie SWIM, the older l If gel ffi. none Really al>ghr.Ol".Ips.o ogee a widow
okabl llg.... to close a door.EVM on old e *il
So dot in 5 y ton, *. torn YW wilb And new VW of cW *.,.' afl snot
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CeUesville Sun Wednesday.. October 7. 1964 I

UN Backing Ban

I t

On Impure FoodsWASHINGTON .

(AP) The tary In nature, It would not be F
groundwork to being laid for an necessary that the code be set .;
International code designed to forth In a treaty among governments .
ban Impure foods questionable subject, In this country,
additives and possibly harmful to Senate ratification.
residues of pesticides from grocery An International meeting on
stores and markets aroundthe the subject of world food stand- S-U
world. ards has Just been concluded In
The establishment of such Geneva, Switzerland. The United -
standards Is a major project of States was represented by
the U.N. Food and Agriculture Nathan Xoenlg an assistant to WORLD SERIES HR
Organization and the U.N. the administrator the AgrIculture
World Health Organization,with Department's Agricultural
Service. .
the United States playing an Marketing
The establishment of such
active role In the movement.
standards In themselves would
The food standards, when
not necessarily facilitate Increased
developed would be voluntaryin trading In processedand
nature-that Is, there would foods.
be no supplementary laws In the Some countries, notably In
United States or other countries Europe, have stringent food
requiring that they be followed laws and regulations that could,
by food. canners and other prosessors. In some cases, even prevent MARATHON )
trading In products meeting the
International food and health contemplated world standards
officials believe that enlightened Some countries, said Raymond
self-interest would encourage A. banes, administratorof
many processors to abide by the the department's Foreign
standards because they could Agricultural Service tend to use
Increase sales both In their these laws and regulations to
home countries and In export keep out good quality Items that
markets. compete with those of their own
Because they would be volun farmers and processors.

Husband Hunters: ...


Don't Fall Too HardBy '

FRANK CAREYAP committee on this subject, Qulg IN, McDUFF'S 22 YEAR HISTORY .. : '

Science Writer ley offered these points:
-Dirty" coaches those
CHICAGO (AP) College
who encourage foul play In 01.

the girls ski who slopes go husband-hunting should be rare on rapidly"der to win from- are the"fading American away THAT WE WILL BE OPEN 4 CONSECUTIVE DAYS UNTIL 10 ,P.M. EACH NIGHTGIVINGOUR

they also know how to ski a
Harvard expert on sports Injuries sports 2. Football scene. and other team MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS IN NORTH FLORIDA AND SOUTH GEORGIA A

says. trainers are mostly Intelligent,
Dr. Thomas B. Quigley,chairman well-educated Individuals nowadays CHANCE TO SHOP LONGER AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE SENSATIONAL VALUES!
of the American Medical and gone Is the symbol of
Association's Committee on the the "unshaven character with a
Medical Aspects of Sports, told cigar In his mouth and a towelIn
reporters Tuesday at the annual his hand." NOT A 9 -12 OR 14" BUT A fULL
meeting of the American College 1 The AMA has tried to
of Surgeons: "clean up a lot of nonsense'
"The dean of Vassar tells me about the medical aspects of
that the ski slopes are the greatest -sports for example, "belief 16" PORTABLEPERSONAL
happy husband (hunting) I that U you eat nothing but tomatoes .
grounds we've got you become I great track
"And skiing can be pretty man'1 and beliefs that taking
safe, U you do what the man vitamin pills and oral enzymes
(skiing Instructor) says, and win make supermen of ath I :: v SIZE OLYMPIC TV
have decent equipment, and letes. _
don't Just shut your eyes and 4. AH the professional football
pray and go down the slope." teams of Canada have helped ,
The Boston doctor was ont of finance cooperative efforts of e AT THE.GIVE-AWAY PRICE OF ONLY
the participants In a symposium doctors, educators and coachesto ,
on the prevention and management reduce sports Injuries, and
of athletic Injuries .held at "it would be wonderful If this '-4 i iNO !
the _Ieons' mieth1,: could happen .!a the United
Outlining the findings and I States m the professional base-
objectives: of the AMA's special ban and football field. 50

Legal Fees Hurt


(AP) The that he would stop drawing on NO EXTRAS
Teamsters Union says Ita triaa- union money to pay his court
ury may be virtually drained and lawyers' costs. This was TO BUY!
fighting a suit by member to after the Issue created a dispute
recover huge legal fees It spent within the union's ruling executive
to defend President James R. board.
Hoffa and other union officialsIn Hoffa.1I convicted and sentenced Super-ilim 16" TV provide 125 squore inches of viewing ore.. Custom crafted chassis gives
criminal esses. to five yean m the Chicago trouble free operation and grootor dependability. Long 40" telescopic antenna. Tinted' safety
But the union Is Insisting thatIt trial for conspiring to defraud gloss. ,Automatic focus.
be named a defendant along the Teamsters' pension
with Hoffa and It other top fund He also faces an eight-
officials In the federal court civil year sentence on an earlier Jury
suit lied by a group of rank- tampering conviction. Both convictions
and-flle Teamsters.The are being appealed.
union filed papers sayingthe Seymour J. Spelman, attorney Admiral
suit by six Philadelphia for the rank-and-file group I
Teamsters, plus the request of suing for recovery of the legal
about 900 others to Join the suit, fees, Is opposing the union's of COLOR
raises "the distinct probability forts to be named a defendant
that the funds of the International I Spelman said this would put
Now, ell the end color of Series In
will be substantially depleted the union In the position of suing excitement the World right your
by such actions." itself and compound the action own home with magnificent Admire Color TV. See the Series es you've

The union argued the plain- complained of in the suit ever seen them before. -... all your favorite show In. Color this FUr
He named the onion as a
tiffs could be awarded legal fees
Stop in MeOuff Store for demonstrationCHOOSE .
from union funds plaintiff along with six rank year nearest now a thrilling
and-ftto Teamsters and co it-
At the tone, hot fa,Vice
tends there Is no danger of the
President .Harold Gibbons and union having to pay legal feesas FROM THE WORLD'SLARGEST
Secretary Treasurer John F
English admitted authorizing a plaintiff. SELECTION OF COLOR
payment of union funds for legal Town Same

contended fees la It criminal was legs cases, but FALLS OF ROUGH,Ky. (AP) ,TV'S AT YOUR McDUFF STORES! .a't' Y .r.

They did not specify how -This town of :30 or so residents
much money has been spent on remains much the same
legal fees,but attorneys for the as It was during the Civil War.
rank-and-file group estimate it A flour mill still turns cut Q
at at least a million dollars water-ground com meal and a Qgp
Hoffa, in his answer to the 19th Century general store dispenses
civil suit, said no funds have merchandise. A grave
been spent on legal fees since road Is the only access. Its
last April 21 name derives from Its location A COMPLETE VARIETY OF FINE FURNITURE "+ -
Hoffa announced In the midstof !on Rough River, In northwest STYLES AND FINISHES TO MATCH ANY DECOR ,
his recent Chicago fraud trial Kentucky.! '

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the right, features sliding Tambour Doort that
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)PEN EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK I Have Emmy New Awards Setup 1: I

G HVm fork uTlmr One criticism of the Emmy,
rii in D M R UNTIL WE SELL our F THESE By VAL ADAMS I structure was that many academy
NEW YORK In I reorganiration members were not qua!
IL IU ffflf WORLD SERIES MARATHON SPECIAL VALUES! of Its annual Emm ified to take a selection In certain .
awards structure the National specialized: areas of
1 Association of Television swards Under &the new plan
Arts and Sciences his deck the final selection Individual
ed to establish! I five member awards in these specialised: categories -.
,, panel to make the final selee will rest with a five- ,
A GENUINE WOOD HANDWIRED'CONSOLE lion of winners This wtQ be member panel made up of persons ...".
who work In that particu:
In great contrast to the former
pattern In which the 'Otto lar craft.
I members of the academy were Another criticism has been "=
G eligible to vote for the winners that the academy Issues tee

Last spring the Emmys became many awards each year. It ...
now proposes to Inform I *
TV center of an Industtry
controversy when the Columbia judge that award do not have
Broadcasting System to be Issued In an categories
If the Judge believe they art
, .. and the American Broadcasting not warranted .,
Company withdrew\ recognitknt '
23" olvmiflised tubeHandwlrael : and support of the
awards The primary charges
chassis against the awards were that Backyard
Fewer tra.sfarmn'Easy they were unprofessional and In
unrealistic and the selections MADRID Iowa (AP) How
a PHILCQIEAUTIFUL accurate runfai. | lacked merit. The National! would you like to ...kellin the
20,000 pint volts Broadcasting Company, whlcb1eltIIeI middle of the night look out a
f the awards presentaUon window and see an elephant eat.
maintained its support log apples In your back yard?
of the Emmys. i That happened to Mr*. Eugene
TRIPLEGUARANTEE: Rod Serllng, academy president Bart of Madrid. The barking .
and other officials of the of her dog awakened her
organisation have had a series end at the sight of the elephant
WALNUT GRAINED Guaranteed by OlyMpic
of meetings with network she called police They arrivedit
1. .erente 4 hy McDuff representatives In the lilt the Bart home about till

LL \tt I.a..,..... ky Goad otrea. t+e.d.l Tleo, row days and Informed them ol miner urn ton did. Th a circus elephant animal tad
............. plssd Ith ode !hi It new la understood plan that under .strayed from I circus encamp

_________ t1II new plan the .cadm)'. ment. .,
entire membership win be Invltad Market
WHILE to make suggestions or
nominations 11 to what pro- I JACKSONVILLE (AP- Th
THEY ..AND run and performers should! Northeast florid Egg Market
be considered: for awards. After prices to retailers
LE1JL PORTABLE that, Individual nominations Extra large 4SH-H' mostly 41 .
LAST-' win go through a screening Large 44-4., mostly 4WS. me- .. '.
131 process Involving a series| of Slum 39-37H!, mostly awe;
I TV CHOOSI YOUR judging panels with the final small J ".., mostly/ M.
: OWN verdict to be rendered by a1 Poultry at farms: fryer 13,
.pK','".1 II'fluHEADS.- mem tier pane 1. I.LA.ens. mo pc ices i 1bueine88 niuitiH.



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$ -
''SALE : CORPORATION Stuart, Hudson Pulp Paper
Dr, Emery B.Miller hss beet Company Pslttka, and W. E.
named president of Penlnsul Combs president Combe Lumber
1 PRICE-. DELIVERY! CheraResetrch, Inc. along wit! Ii Supply Company, Game .-.
II SERVICE! j three other staff appointments vlllt.
, Others appointed Included DrV. Highlight! of Alfa> meetIng -
1-1 .- La mart will be a panel diacuerioa. ..,,
ots COAST TO COAST Miller, head of I Ift on ,"Labor Political Activity," "
: ( develop.I moderated by John Retorts, -..
SIT THAT YOU IUY MOM THE ATLANTIC neat group: vie president, Wustrlsl relations .
ISryM' with sculptured details end beautiful accent Philco'a ,.- I sad Dr T. W.| Minute Mild Company, "'
, *4 Cool Chassis eliminates heat trap, the canoe ef moot TV 8: FROM MiDUfP! TO THE GULF! Brooks and Dr Orlando: and special) addresses ,
ahetowns. All tile could went In truly Paul D. Schulman by Florida Supreme Court Justice -
lure Portable TV. quality senior research MUIard r. CaWweB, TsJlahasaee -
I chemIsts. -] and Tom VM ray,
manager, civic sJfalrs, Monsanto
Miller comes Company,M. Louis :
from Toledo, Leery Miller Air President M. 11..1, -
Combination Ohio, where he was chemical vlre president Florida Portland
4-Way research director for Maumei Cement of Tampa, will preeent ..
Chemical Co Dr. Lamar Miller the Associated Industrie of
was formerly chairman ol Florida' Third Aimul Gold
the division of science and Merit Award for "outatand I n g
HIGH,FIDILIT mathematics at BeOievea College management government"",to ....
23" HANDWIRED TV .. STEREO In Jackson Miss. C. H. "Hut1' CoulUT.i ftI* rt_
Brooks was at the Naval rorter.w .
Oluslee and Schumaa was with SCHOLARSHIP 1 niNa'(
Reslstfles Corp In Rosaland, KpsMR-tke>Oulf Beard of :
It N. J. The latter three all re Realtor bu eMabUshatl a ml ..
aired degrees from the Unlver- stale scholarship 1IInd," the
oily of Florida. Unhrerslty of Florida, according -
PLAN INSTALLATION to Dr. Alfred A. Mag. .,
23" t W. A. Shands, of Malls scholarship,,, which slightry -
ry1 Baker, chairman of the board exceeds the cost of tuition .....
of Associated Industries of Fin,- and books, Is available to atedml -
Ida, will preside over Installation majoring In the field of +
ceremonies of new directors eel estate from the Naplesres.
during Airs Nth annual .
meeting at the Dupont Plaza The award makes the IOWreal
DELUXEWOOD Hotel to Miami, Oct. M estate scholarship estob-
x, Directors to be Installed shed at ,the VaJversMy by .. ,
from District Eight are W. W. realtor board around the ,

An ergnabatlen.lss.et1ng to I
plan the annual N.Oetr.
nlvil, sponsored by the Datain -
CONSOLE 6oId 'sSIo RecreatlM Department.
J Malt k is win be held Thursday at 7:., -
pat. .to the ....110I Center.
DM arrival win to laturjw -
Octaser 21 bi City Park.
.... VT .IIW..HIIIIBIII pfv>.w.with thto eUetfcxthre' rteiaeCentef.Ulwy ssM The' ReeresU* DtawrtmsiH, ,
Swperief ...-...... features ln .rM. FM end AM !. *.TIle TV want to raM m** bypeawring
.. 21". ........ headwind" TV. p w y .amisi.
M ass
booth ) !
has renM.eM. tinted eefety flaw-21. 00 tells al B4e ife Bwwtr.UNMKVAHfl area.M .' MareeUd isreargesl .
/M to rail ..... .
vflaReerwiUonMonday sat.
L ] Dilating arsfsraMig for
IMAvkgtPe of booth, ass* .r ae-
$ '
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.... tr.. hemefcraftedf N*) pelsMsjel y... kern few.. ...... .....Itas ... ....... ........ Ot&-
....... nil eennsttleas ... hmeVteAewreel tile ch. I Ji tell vs slew'IIC" a.. U n. s. ...
I wx* ee*) toDIMS : law wr. M
for home
I "..,......... ear ,e* $155 (iLlS 1142115 gtSX ..

THESE SPECIAL! SALE PRICES GOOD AT ALL FLORIDA-WIDf McDUFF STORES! seeseeel sairs, ter e all>peie.yeu*'. ieoo tills 1d/0 $halal iL $1.113N M1/ ";

PNene for r mat, .. .. .. ..
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i Gainesville Sun Wednesday. October ?, IVft4
I IVS-lb. bog "-_-.,_

I I SEE by Shrimp 1.89 1 FREEZER POULTRY SALE! f

1I STOCK UP YOUR FREEZER We will cut cad wrap your poultry purchase tee j
I ,the SUN i iII ,: Shrimp I b. .79cCAPN your fre..., at sio extra cod
.' : You can enjoy delicious phinp'top-Quoiity poultry on e illm budgtt wHm you buy your birds aA&Pt
: JOHNS FROZEN For all our tandcr crickm, ducks and turk.YI or. o< snooty at can be and marked with prk .
,GENERAL HOSPITAL Ing while Intoxicated.Fire II I a ;; lO-oi 3 pkgi. ,hat make A&P a perfect paradia for poultry fone...... Com pick your !sushi: from our flock at .
fine' Volu.itGRADE
t October 11114BIRTHS Culls A : Fish Sticks 1.00
L : At $12: p.m. Tuesday, and rj ,1 Jill; "A" QUICK FROZEN YOUNGTURKEYS" '
b Mr. and Mri. Bernie Basing oven fire at 9 Fraternity Row, ,
s hm, 705 NW Jdlh Ave. a girl, 1100 damage reported.' I Lb.M.,
r Mr. and Mn. Glenn W. Smith, At 829: p. m., Tuesday, II : 39c
c tOR. FTivel m. a girl; Dr. and trash fire at NW 16th Ave. No '
t M.... Jared C. Kaiffen, 40 S.W. damage reported. I ? _
4U St. a boy., I At 10:17: p. m. Tuesday, a defective :
e ADMITTED: I electric transformer at I II _= GRADE "A" QUICK FROZENDUCKS
t Pamela Steptoe,Charles Wea- Flint Hall University of Flo) I
c then, Walter Bottman, Paul I I rida. $200 damage reported. I 4 to 5 LB.
Cuplga; Maud Horn, Louis At 12:29: a. m. Wednesday, a 39GRADE
1t Caitanif,'Jot Dunlip. Nan e y house fire at 2810 NW 4th Ave t i LB.
Stearns Betty Mason Oscar $2,500 damage reported.
1I Fowler Elmo Bowling, L. e DE "A" FRESH FLA., ALA or GA. SHIPPED D fr'D
Baad Howard Alford Mrs. Janet -
Rosa Luther White, Mra. MoonshineSuppliers LEG
i Ann Kniften,' Raymond Berry, FRYER QTRS. OR 29- J
Adam MuaMlwhltc, Regina 50 EXTRA
Plemmoni, M of Gainesville
I Richard,Ervta. Kanette irvin, PLAID STAMPS _
Grade "A" Frot.n Cornish, Fro," Grade "A"
Alachua;,Rockwell Robert. ArrestedState "NO COUPONS. NECESSARY" 1 {(<... r r Gr, A Frozen Baking' Ib.
Live Oak: Matle Gandy, High I With PurcrraM of Each of The Following Game Hens Chick. Gizzards
Richard Beard, M el. Bitty Crocktr. ,
Haw Beverage Agents began Choc. Chip Cookies 1 Mb. pkg..4ScJJiil"\ HENS 39(
1J roseKaspta'\ ; Martin down Wednesday on .: "
Dubose, Lake cracking Bitty Crocker f 18o 20.01. each 59c ib. 39c
thorne; Alachua County merchants who Sugar Cookies 18oz.. pkg 4Sc' ov.rag.
James Dana Melr e e
J Butler; allegedly sold supplies to local B.ttv CrockerFudgl
Wethirlngton,Mel rose;
Lbka moo lhlnerl. i Brownies 20-oz. pkg 47c'I
I tor..Gmn": ,.Brooker.
,. nurHAXGEDi: Arrested first was Margaret
Keiuwtk i ,JhrP.-v igi li Er. S. Spengler 48, Brooker. Mrs : OUR 'OWN BRANDT
win, Eugene Wilson till Spengler, operator. of Spengler' -i
Mrs.,Raj/ Prakash and Grocery In Breaker was rLAlJV
( baby Sparks girl. Richard Bailey, Mri. charged with two counts of sellIng 'I- SCAMPS PKG. OF 4'9c'
materials for the manufacture
Macey+Bishop.8IICI baby boy: raw BAGSI
She also
Mrs. Gloria Watson and baby; of moonshine. 64
Wltd Tab Coupon M4 PurchiM Ot
girl, Mra. Margaret Wilder and was cited for selling alcoholic Gil...... Stlnlni ...., ik.|. If CRoxor
baby' boy; Mrs.' Margare beverages without a license Bladn ... ,89c ,
Thompson,and baby girl Ulyi Once again the arrest was 1, Ju. W.1M4
.. ... ::
Gordon.Maths Mallory an' linked to the efforts of beverage I c. Thnmn Oct, '
: 1 Special
baby boy, Mrs. Gloria Maclntosh agent Robert Olander who' : ....
and baby boy Nell Looney filtrated the moonshiner'sranks -'
Naomi Hare, Frank Gibson and worked In the organtation !.
Pamela Steptoe, Rockwell Roberts for 10 weeks prior to last 1I"IOO'0Oer
Charles Weathers,'Nanette week's raids i 8
ErVin, Richard Ervln. Olander aid Mrs. Spengler fps
told a total of 26 bales of sugar Carson she ruroRaN 01
POLICE,' FIRE REPORT and 11 pounds of yeast to Major awe I.... Ie' I '
Acddeat standa Chomas, alleged head of the 'Instant Tea . 69eZen' -
Involved. In accidents reported shine ring, on two occasions. a J... IaraH Special! MUELlE'R'S Sptclal! SANITARY,NAPKINS Compbtll't CREAM OF VEGETABLE or VEG.

pertinent by the and Gainesville tile Alachua Police County De. told le reported him a bottle Mrs of Spengler whisky,also although Cmoons oa.d T1trtut Ia', ed 1. Egg Noodles 8-oz. pkg. 19c Modess. .. 3 boxes of 121.00 SOUp 7101/ _. cans 1.00 '

flwrltri hours,OWc were:.during the not licensed to do so. ___.._.._.._.... ._...._...._..._._. Sptclalt' HELLAAAN'S A&P YELLOW CHICKEN Cam btll'. CHICKEN WITH RICE tO'/j-ot.or cent
past Mrs. Spengler was

Road.William and'Daman Barbara, 4700 W. Archei Heath -lav from after Alachua posting County bond.jail totaling Tues :;'= PLAID, Mayonnaise .. .-.... qt. \roc 53c Popcorn . 2-Ib. beg 25c Noodle Soup . 6/1.00 Ij

coat, 41* MB: Tth St., at 6:31' .IUWI" 25 Special! JANE PARKER ANN PAGE SpKlal! A&P LONGHORN STYLE'

I p.and.m.1st Tuesday Ave. at S. Main St I. STAMPS Glazed Donuts box Of 12 39c Ketchup .3 H-<*. *!,. 49c Cheddar Cheese ...'.' lb. 53c

Chariot( JC. Keefer 420J NVIIJtb Our WiMTits/ Cwp l atM PurclKM Of 1
Place and a pedestrian,, ,. Nee pint .. Special! JANE PARKER Mb 8-ei SAVE AT A&P'! ANN PAGE ELBOW SPAGHETTI OR ELBOW

David A.: Stan"Ill NW MtTer .t SpecialtyWARM Italian Dressing|, in. 1II1M4Cuwm 41c I I Cherry Pie . I ... each 39c Sta-Puff Rinse v -gal. Jug 79c Macaroni. 2 I.lb pkgs. 37
Tuesday a .
at JOS p. m. TUnwtH let.. ode 10
701 NW 11I11I St.Myrlbe

S.' Slat. JIM NW 111th I ,U \. I .........._._-_.._.__.._...._. /o;. t' ,
Are, and parked car .t 1:111 ....... fI<"' t"" r 1.r\.1 1Io..1 ... ,
In- mini| -.-."'.........-.-.-..... fl. =" 11.. ''') rJt' ,
mTueedar P :
p. "If.'l\, or. .:". ',
Jot It 4001 n .1Blyel., "f \. .;.): ...
ObIt? JWUnlive It > "'
: &bI SPECIAL l ,
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and Raymond H. : : ,Ass.esbw k yw..lf
at !:>I a. m. Tuesday at NW ware TnN c_ ..w pvnsw Of' J" Websters JUMBO SIZE

16th Ter.,.and DWI 23rd Blvd. I N Arse P'I' Ge.II. 1i5.... ..... f ANGEL New T..,""" Getery

Onion Salt . 19c SCOTT
Clayton'E. Hawk, 40 7 NW .. Ie
13th Ave.,.was arrested b y II C......a Lena seal L Trrrwss J. raisin... gets ,. I FOOD DICTIONARY
Gainesville. police at 1:30: a.m. = I... .
In the UN: block of NW Wi hove thought of viry. U... .................... I CAKE ..... s.c. I 29C Sec. 2 te 69'ca TOWELSr.
today --- ......
Ith Ave and charged with drlv- thing to enure you of dean, r-.......................-... ...- .: Only I' O.ly .
; uninterrupted' htotlng/ com. VOLUMI 10 HOW 3 lOLLS $100
fort at lowest possible C9it ON SAIL !

Lions Okay tloo That's for btcauM your physical every prettc com -= I

fort and peace of mind I Itbxludtd
Blind Fund I 'hi our Watchdog with ttiw CMKM tut fvnimt Of''
Service.Your. Jin* Pcrktr fruit 1ft-Ik ilia :
Coke $1.49 x.Lena .
Galmavllla Lions Club Tuesday ',. Ju:1a14M ,
voted to donate 1900 la the FULL Service o.w Mrw.e ode n
Florida Council For the Blind's L
.. training center In Fuel Dealer ( : FRESH TENDER POLE FRESH
new $ .aao '
Dayton Beach. This' ,amount -.. ....;. "
will pay for a typing: classroomor GEORGE.E.DAVIS A'ESY
one 'd twenty dormitory
rooms. ,JR. BEANS !
The' Done else Inducted three
nIW'members-: Jack-Smith, IULK PLANT

Charlie .Stebert. and Dave Williams. 205 N.I. 33rd St.

1 Well. Stocked 372-3383 TIDE I. \ 191 l 2 ".. 25'Ib. \ i.

Pheasant hunting should be DETERGENT ;

food la Hardla County this fall EASTERN ROUND WHITEPotatoes ,
A tractor-trailer overturned, '
freeing more than MM place.aanta. large 1 I

'kg. 33l: 10-45 e '

LOM Giant' 79 .


120' King Size $129| 'FIRM RIPE

Pkg. Tomatoes lb.19c

POUNDS IN Js Patched
T 20 DAYS? S : Dilll 22- .. '

-- Dixl. Lily Corn Meal 5 Ib. 57c ysrew MJT wttfft
3IIf11ET Purina Dog Chow 25lb. bag 3.09
Narthtrr'l if At ftftl rMlttrvtn. M6M CANDIES '

&'I:. -1h .... l5 lilt 141 KM.h Poper Towels *.. 2 reg. roll 43c Mlnut Mod FretM esut A11Me1C.wont lu edreew..ec Pleas. .... 554es. 29c 1't tNobi '
ace "-'UtI! Orange Delight 12-oz.con 269cRordm a ... .... 550ltines -" i 29e .
test 20
dated *;i factor stata tart i to petto* Nunn e San .. pII. of 6 25c
h 21 woHMCsdM sJsjjt.jat Ynw. they suffiridM Mb. l>e 10" Flaky 1 3 e War ",' .. 29eMmf
...,AOMIrM Glady' phstVlii tfMffl. jliiMIMMI Lava Buttermilk Biscuits 8-oz. 2/37c 0 Owwwt .. 7.oa. 29cPotato
1 10-ci. 59c
Chips pkg.
M urns have resealed MKCM WW the Wit nMlwlQlft P ptrUgt turnForfeit
.leis feM rtaiiMtsd ..... tf copiei for their patient 'ern Cokes . 9-oz. 59cDtcof PUSS 'N' lOOTSBClthroom
Tissue 4 rolls 39c ta TM oe ar..w TMw* 1-- OcII. CAT FOOD

'Cesiet., lice aialu M inrasties lor'cl.I. '-Iv See 601 1 S.W. 2nd AVE. Pomp* ... J2- i. <3.
far till diet A few users fisliiitkl '. .. .t.
Cocoa t/2-lb.'ctn. 35c Instant Coffee 5-0_ z',jar J 99c PamiMr ...4. J'/i-lb. Ik
Bill. IKifissil riutliu tar,. irshey's ,. CLOSI MOM. THRU wED 7 P M. Saucy Pamper I4 .
..., CLOSE THURS AND '.1.. a '.M. : -n 45<
In peer fleeter lilari elitist.WWT s. Cow tli-ot can 6-01 con Htnr y' Swcy Pampw JV -Sj. |9c
I CIIIII 6W.. Plea Is IOTM Vitsn.e' Ewp. Milk 3/45c 6/45c Instant Cocoa ... 2-lb. ctn. 79c, CLOSE SAT. 7 PJM.

end. arfcW Every greia tied ep hag IMId1h

Dixie Cups I Shampoo Realemon Chop Suey I Dental Cream HANOIWRAPllb.
'.. ass* address iii a Case CIAMT SUM I I I I I .
w lice III 'If II: la4c off LobtlPkg. r
40 9-o.. 49c 6- x.l.OO a. 7& .'can 37c famlry sue 83c of 50 2Sc .
,..... COMET RICE wi/ -* tt, pum
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Library Meeting Friday"To I OLD SEAGRAM'S Hoig & Hoig


I Emphasize FinancesFinances HILL :V.. AI GIN SCOTCH

Martins YYO
will much known consultant will In the afternoon, talks will 100 PROOF
occupy library I $ i 8 YEARS OLD
I )( the time Friday when area keynote the daylong talks at be heard from Billy Mitchell of Bottled in Bond PINCH PROOr IE '
ibrarlans and community the Holiday Inn with a speech,the Gainesville Chamber of
leaders sit down to discuss library entitled "Improving Library'Commerce. Howard Weston, 99 '
5 $4.995TH
I problen* at the Northeast Financial Resources." Alachua County administrative $469 -
FloridJ\Area Library assistant and Mrs Helen Clarkof
The sponsored by .. EM STHRIG.
:Heeling .,U v program the Central Florida Regional
the Florida State Library, 5TH
Mrs. Gretchen Schenk wellHuge Library
CASE $57.75
L. starts at 10 a.m. and continues i 02 S465 CASE $35.75
Gainesville City W.
r until 3 p.m. Harry Brinton Manager
president of the Florida Library ,T. Green Jr. will welcome the
Association, will presideover
the meeting. 1 The public Is invited to attend SAVE THE UNITED WAY

In Israel To discuss A 4-member the topic symposium"Where's will the MRS. SCHENKSeratrsutllc

Money Coming From" duringthe
Honor JFKMIAMI morning session. On It are SEAGRAM'S
Alachua County State Rep. ( BUY FULL QUARTS
Ralph Turlington;
Eli. President of the Jewish 1 Driggers. County Clerk of MKKCH.-JLMHSI-: M iaoor I ILINO" Kentucky ,SMIRNOFF Bacardi RUMGLENMORr
National Fund Council of Great-)Union County; Jack Baldwin I Tavern VODKA
I er Miami announced today that Dcala city manager; and Hay- : U are IT IOU" $ > LIGHT a DARK
!the late President John F. Ken- Cord Enwall, chairman of the GIN 54.99 Full 4.39QOLD CROW
Sante Fe Regional Library
nedy will be honored by the QeirttO
largest forest ever planted In Board. moorRELSKA Four ROMS KT.ITU IOUKION >iprs
memory of one single person, Carioca. Rum N* aerie FOUR ROSES "-
user M MMFull
n Israel. r"u
VODKA $ l I The forest will be located in 3.99Q Qu.ftGILBEY'S
he area where Bar Kochba. iicroic 'I P. M. BLEND j CALVERT EXTRA
Jewish leader waged his Early Times
ast battle for Jewish freedom. $095 KY. IT 10UH GIN 3 .W CASE
3 STHS Q Fll j fall
The forest will be named the 4.99 r, 3.99 Ouert
lohn F. Kennedy Peace Forest,
md it Is expected that over 2
nillion trees will be planted in From 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
ennedy's memory. At the en- FREE Home Delivery PHONE 376-9960
ranee to this forest there will
w SI pylons erected, one for
1' ach state of the Union.

j The funds will be raised in NNIE KENTUCKY YELLOWSTONE
Jie United States with the
:State; of Florida contributing its BEAU
iroporttonata share.
6-VIA OLD >.
1 t A series of Kennedy Peace "RID LIMPORTED KINTUCKY ST. ....
: \ward dinners will be held' in SCOTCH
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I i Warned to Wait, Cajuns Still Return to Pick Up the Pieces Left by Hilda 'INEW \

I ORLEANS,La. (AP) phones or other conveniences.Some get to-the Job of can go'. couple of,days'restored to an homes in Franklin. lacked power and water. Louisiana and Mississippi-were ers. It destroyed five small
II Thousands of families were slipped In by back possessions to some food,and a man can get They urged returning refu- Iberia Parish, also bard hit, affected by the hurricane and businesses and damaged 242
I I roads. Some went by boat. Others of what,they wete sewage; gees to boll the water before was without power and water in the tornadoes created. others.
back to pick the pieces of
up cut across sugar cane fields storm's onslaught doesn't using itMost many places. Schools in the Hilda and the tornadoes killed
their hurricane-shattered homesIn electricity The showed the storm
i flattened Hurricane Hilda parish remain closed the survey 37 most of them in
by may persons
coastal Louisiana today and last week. A. L>Stansbury,' water."I j"I, anything to me. I've got of the 23,000 residents of remainder of the week.A In; Louisiana destroyed 112 Vermilion and Lafourche par-
and when it dark
more were going despite warnings gets
sporting goods and St Mary Parish, when the homes,caused major damage to ishes on the coast.
gJ to wait. Fishermen, businessmen, at Franklin, summed : Just go to sleep. hurricane first struck the coast, spokesman for the Red 2 660 and minor damage to 11,- Officials say damages probably
Itb They didn't care about lack of housewives, oil field workers, had beer and soft said It would be I were back from their Inland Cross said early surveys Indicated 427 others.It destroyed 127 farm will reach $100 million or
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I IBy ..! October. L 7, 1964 Gainesville i U

I Sidestepping Big; Problems 1

JAMES MARLOW guards, game wardens,-.narcotics Immediately after'Kennedy'! It a federal offense to threatening letters and the volume the White House mall and other!II
Associated Press Newt Analyst agents. slaying 1963 It seemed fora nate a president IIIIISII-I became so big by 1940 that sources on people considered
with while that would the Secret Service set a capable of violence to the president -
WASHINGTON (AP) One In dealing tome of the Congress But Congress was In a up pro
of the ironies in America's major problems of the presiden make it a federal crime to kill, quit which it did five days la- tective research section.Its .
sense of values is this:while It's Congress has exhibited sucha or try to kill or to conspire to ter. The subject la bound to Job was to analyze and Thousands of threatening i
a federal crime to threaten the strange reluctance that it kill a president and others in come up again next year but,make available to those charged obscene abusive and other '
life under the head of Inexcusable line to succeed him. there's no reason to think Congress -I
of a president It Is not a comes with protecting the president communications having a security
federal crime to UH him. tardiness.' I But this evaporated' will do any more then meaning the Secret Service, interest reach the White ;
For this reason Lee Harvey In all its history, for example, When the seven-man commission than It has In the past. above all Information from House, every year.Swift's ,
Oswald did not commit a federal Congress has never passed a headed by Chief Justice It seems odd that Congress I ION
Earl Warren finished its Investigation ,
offense when law to provide for a problem has delayed taking this final .
of Kennedy's killing Premium
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: John monumental issued its report on Sept. 21 it since the legislators first made
1Viident could cause a crisis -
Analysis: strongly recommended mating YOUNG BEEF SALE
F, Kennedy What The In government. It a federal crime to threaten a
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the Texas law against and how he takes them back was launced today at a Danish a federal crime to' threaten Chuck Steak lb. 59:
murder.So when he is able or thinks he Is agricultural show kraa for harm to a vice president,a pros .

jurisdiction federal over authorities the case had and no although Ever since others President disagree.Dwight cows The technical term Is odder the identelect line of or succession other: .officers to the In Boneless Roast lb. 790: FLAGS m *

hence no authority to Investigate -D. Eisenhower had a heart attack -protector.The garment protects presidency.
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'12 Gotitecvlll San Wed .tdoy, October T, 19'4 -

1 THE: AMERICAN I WAY Calendar mU1 ffl:lnnon 'THE fff.1TI1'L' Y Yalft. :Japanese Luncheon

, \ YI Of Events Listed .UF GroupThe

OF LOVE Howard WhitmanWhat's W.I..... Women's Editor
I "Paradoxes of Jspan": Teaching Hospital
\.' '' WEDNESDAY October 7 is to be the program topic Mrs. Tomita will be In

Chapter I, PEO 10' am. Couple Make Oriental Trip for the 1 o'clock luncheon of charge of table decorations
This About Mrs.' Fred Winston Miss the University Women's Club and Japanese faculty wives
Charlotte Dunn 401 NW 23rd International Relation Group have been asked to serve as
t Drive. Wednesday October 14, at the hostesses for the day.
Gainesville Bridge' Club Club West Chairmen of the event are
Yourself"Tenth Faculty Newberry and
: "Loving Open Teams dub Champion Road. Mrs. Robert Scarborough
ship 7:30 pm, Holiday Inn. Dr. Teruzo Konlshi and Dr. Mrs. Fletcher N. Baldwin.

( of a Series) Psychiatric I Clinic In New Gainesville Woman's C1 I u b, A l V MXi Akio Tomita will present some 1 Reservations must be made
" WHAT'S THIS ABOUT York a doctor commented General Meeting. .:. ..,m., of the problems in contem- by calling Mrs. Scarboroughby
"1 "LOVING YOUSELF" i people had a healthy love of Clubhouse. porary Japan caused by the Monday noon.
"A person who does not approve themselves .:= If they loved the Newcomers Eight O'clock 1 '() acculturation of Japanese and
of hlmsell cannot be happy .: child In themselves, instead of Club, I pm, University 'Worn-. "'- Western cultures. UF Newcomers
>" I psychiatrist friend of 1 carrying hidden burdens of self men's Clubhouse: Dr. Koniahl ,Is a research Mrs William Shenkel, president
mine remarked. I contempt our psychiatriccase Home Staff Wives Club I associate In surgery at the of the League of Women
Here be touched upon an 1m load would be cut In half." MB.,Medical Science Auditorium J. Hints Miller Health Center. Voters, will be the guest speaker '
portant recent finding of th! Blame ThemselvesA Debate, MaDory Horn The Konlshls recently purchased for the first meeting of the
human sciences. Love for otb I cornerstone of psychiatric and Ralph Turlington, open to ; a house to NW Gainesville University Newcomers' E I g ht
era Is not something which rlsei treatment Is to help an individual public. and plan to make their O'Clock Club for the 1M445
out of nowhere. It flows lib take on a more kindly attitude UF Faculty dub Weekly .' home here. Their children, season. The meeting will beheld
the sparkling waters of a sprint toward himself. Most emotionally :Buffet, I to I p.m., Clubhouse, Masaya and Keiko, attend SLPatrick' at the .University Wornens -
upset people hold themselves West Newberry Road. school.
from an Inner source. Itf r Clubhouse tonight .at I
That source is self.love. I la low esteem. They Alachua Woman's Club;Tea .. .. Dr. Tomita Is' I research o'clock.-
At first encounter that statement blame themselves a good deal, honoring Santa ; Fa High -I' fellow to 'medicine 'at the
may seem shocking Ware < both for real I and imagined School and Alachua Elementary'School Health Center. Next summer, Annual Picnic
accustomed to Clinking of faults. They don't think they faculty,_ 1 pint, it 71: they will return to -Japan, ,
self o love.. as a negative, 11 are very worthwhile. And In Clubhouse. where Dr. Tomita win resume Soil Conservation Service em-
not odious quality We don many cases they are quits It. Michael's Episcopal CkanhI i1' his university position at Nagoya ployees and their families met
like conceited people. Itll., convinced that they deserve p.m., Women of ftt MV. University.A recently at the Highland Court
vice. to be aelf-eeatered. punishment Mental depression duel's Episcopal: CIurcb.1 display of Japanese objects Manor Clubhouse for their annual
But the pelt low we're talklnf la commonly viewed as a torn p.m., Church, of art win be displayedIn picnic. Grace was said by
about b none of these. West of punishment visited upon the Fin *. Arts .Association.I the lobby of the Faculty Colin D. Gunn, former State
not thinking of Narcissus.; self. 1 p.m.. Recreation Center.PI Club In charge of the exhibition Conservationist. Hostesses for
I We're concerned with 1 tin Helping the patient achieve amore Beta Phi Alumnae Club, b tin. Akin Sake the event were Mrs. Charles M.
deep down feelings an bid! charitable view of himself I pm.;Mrs.'John P, Feaster/ whose husband Is a visiting Sanders, Mrs. Richard A. Myers
vtdual has about himself.: Self I doesn't mean coddling and 17M SW nth Place :. research profess or at the and Mrs'James N. Krider.,
love In this sense Is slmplj complimenting him, for, he Gainesville Music,Teachers Dr. and Mrs Lout A. Stem are pictured recently aboard SS President
having j a little charity toward knows this Is phony. It means Association, I Mrs. Deb Cleveland, prior to the ship's departure from, San, Francisco to the Orient. They
yourself, 'understanding thai selling him a little faith In his tart Sterna,, .Mil NW Ith, are en rout to Yokohama and win call at'ports In Hawaii, Japan Hong Kong SPOTLIGHT SPECIAL34YSOtLY
on bUlDlnlllll. Court and the Philippine
I you, too are Just another
struggling human, net, makinj Our surface attitudes are often
undue demands upon yourselfla quite the antithesis of our stands
Inside I On the surfacewe Makes
'Lady-aird Special' 1
short, .giving yourself d s
break. may at others and constantly ,

,"A men who I II not at peace Justify, ourselves; but
with himself cannot be at peace Inside, In the court of our emotions Foil .
with his fellows," !the philosopher ,. the other( fellow usually Breaks Tradition ogrOIE9'O
Bertrand Russell once re gets probation or a suspended
lenience while throw the '
marked. book at ourselves.we WASHlNGTON-Mrs. Lyndon ed the pollsters and the pundits added .when the President last

Biblical bjnnetloa When I visited the mental .t Johnson will lit following all over, Truman baa confound- come aboard.' Nina steeping l gaaatities

I Indeed, the late Rabbi Joshua .hygiene clinic at the Medical tradition and breaking tradl. and ,defeated Thomas E.: ,Dewey. cars will steep about a. persons ,
Loth Uebman of Boston ever College of South Carolina, a tax when oho. ,wbIatJI stops. each,.
found support for the concept of member of the psychiatric: staff 'ward tilt "Lady Bird 8paal '
self love In the Biblical to- commented "One of our big : for four days through/ Ksesptlsa. Keeat Car' / '
'eight Southern Mato.e On Board In'addition there two ': \
Junction"Tboushaltlove) thy /obs is to help our patients find ale :
neighbor as thyself." He said out what's good about them- e! Mr* Johnson's pioneering dining can a long reception .
this presupposed that we would selves. They don't com her to 'campaign trail wU cover MM Boarding the "Lady 'Bird room type car Immediately behind iy
love ourselves. Self love was feel won W* watch their miles, with whtott stops to Special" at Alexandria.... the gayty decorated rear
Implied as the standard, and progress, and It never fails that om40dtles.Thspsclltrain war Congressman "Billy" D. platform from which Mrs. I \
I we were asked to love our as they begin to like themselves left Tuesday'from'Union Matthews, and Mrs..Matthew Johnson will address the / ..
neighbors as much u we loved a little better, they also .tatlon Washington! D.C. and *, ;wIlD ar members: ,of crowds, and 'private' quarters,
ourselves. begin to get well" : wW wind ap. to New. Orleans official-party.'They\ ; will of the First Lady, White House
\ Quite logical, 'too. For If we ', RamOny", Friday. law tM train at Pensacola staff and the 15 "Ladles for 1 1Lorch +
and remain In Florida for Lyndon" who win distribute iw
didn't love ourselves very How can we define this feelIng Whistle campaigning an
much, and we proceeded to love of liking oneself? Once toconversation from a flag-draped caboose ton extended stay Congressman campaign materials at each
our neighbors as we loved ourselves a with Dr. Robert old American political custom and Mrs. Matthews plan to stop.
then we wouldn't love H. Felix former. director of the dating back to lilt MOO'S. spend several days at their Plans afoot In cities, towns
I our neighbors very much eith National InstHlte for Mental But Lady Bird Johnson Is the Gainesville home and will attend and villages that the "L a d 'I
ere And tf we bated ourselves. Health I put this question to 'flat wife of a President, ever ,:the UT Homecoming ,Bird Special" pasas* through -
we would hate. ....... Man "How does one M when to conduct such a major cam festivities next weekend., promise to make thus net only
Rabbi Lelbmaa'suggested. wi be loves himself properly paign.. 'Dewey Long.White Holes the longest, most feminine-
Interpret the line as thought II Dr. Felix replied .VOne has nUt Whistle transportation otne.r'who: has type campaign, but also the
1 read "Tbou shalt love thyself the feeling ol dignity, a feeling first recorded StopThe whistle been railroad ,master.of. campaign 'most fun. Special LBJ buses
propertly, and then thou will of belonging a feeling of worth- 'made trains sines bs ran'Frankttn will transport people to the depots
Re wrote, \"We must ,have stop campaign was by where will be greeted
whUeness, a feeling of adequacy William Ir'/IIIIa ... D. Roosevelt's whistle stop. they
good domestic relations with and b the "Ladle for Lyndon"
a healthy sense of whistle In 1936 believe the "Lady Bird y
In modem tones
ourselves before we can have humility. He regards himself Special" Is the longest cam- and folk 1IDIInI."iIZ..
good foreign relations with like this 'I top conducted by Barry Truman I
don"t train
something : In 1MI la best remember,palgn ever to travel.
.others"In think I'm the best person b through several states. l'11
ed. He threatened and almost
his counseling with tone the world, but I'm certainly! not ".
did "visit wblstlestop to The train win have 17 cars, : \
Rabbi Llehman every .
people; the worst either.: If' asked, .t..
BttKll concerned With the the United States.When it:was plus; two ettra cars that will be \
WU 'Would you want to be anybodyelse
lack of ..If. love In the world ?" he would answer 'No. I
and the havoc which reeu lta,. want to bs myself." 1 Perfect For
"Suicide la only the extreme Can you give yourself that
proof of the fact that man does test Would you want to lit anybody tfJ JP Many Occasions
not necessarily Jove himself else
he declared. "Many people go W. Project This handwm* travel mumble'.
throughout life commlting partial When w* look In a mirror new N !e rseU for early caniittt ef Turtle
.suicide destroying this we see an Image of our outer FRIDAY, October I. Mrs. Leonard colors, Mrs Cndto of fcUtory sad reUk I neck .cotton lint, blows with
talents, energies, creative quali _If. It h not very Important, Dinner honoring Miss Fran W. H. Hart, Starke.T -:- fte stay ofwetttm 1 -length sleeves and neck
i j I We*. Indeed, to learn how to bs no more Important than the mag eta Dabney Jones, bride I Is asd.Weodha .
good to oneself to often more which at fascinated,Nereis-. elect of Donald Moore Giles travel to roUatoM edNotm lid offers... slpper In back, e N"eavuor y
difficult than to learn bow ,to sue in the limpid pool, of Lynchburg Vs., .:. pa. mote fade nee..e. Ia heompoable Mr length wide. .wale corduroy
be good to others." More Important Is the emotional Mr and MM. Burton I ... scaaie knoty. See the (aektt, end corduroy .,,night
Net Pretty Masks image which ,w* project Woodward... their daughter Holy Lead yoan&-tt will skirt with kick pleat hi bock.
What then, about egotism,, and which Just as,Inexorably Mrs Raymond Watson, unats your taunt expalatiea > The 'a|ack conceit: and .selfishness Ironic la mirrored back at us. That' and Mr. Watson, at the Kill length ; sD
vim e, Syd ileevet.
I salt these the Woodward borne SU4 WestUniversity Lla pt.1AbtI
are ,
seems opposite emotional !Image is constituted '
Israel, Turkey, double -
and It breasted with .
of self love. These Avenue.
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of our feelings towards '* a.1IontII Quality -M e
,masks (not very pretty ones) selves.. If w* loft ourselves,we SATURDAY. October 15. SM'Dett EKortod. M T ar. Pn- bran button, Blouse let black;
which cover up i neat feelings project love and love Is mirrored Brunch feting Miss Frances what ....._. pew se farIDIdIn Jack.t ISklrt gold brown..e44,
that one is really. not very. back at us. If we have no Dabaey Jones, fiancee Leek ea4 dIIIiII.WQRLD
likeable. low for ourselves then there of Donald Moore Giles I .of I r I [ LuedN
Dr. Erich Fromm. a keen Is Just no love In the mirror. Lynchburg: \ Vs:, Miss Mil ''.
student of personality from the Once after a lecture I was dred Griffith Holiday......, 0
psychoanalytic viewpoint, has asked If I would brief lt:. AJM.Linen j JISWll:
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are actually opposite Tin wrrr new wrt p..ea/y
line: 'I'reallll people u .
person does not love.khnsetf. too though they loved,.." Phi Mu Alum 'M sew.ewwa Ls salee.. sme ory .one. tot W. .U.....dtp t ......

much but too little; In fact hshateshtnaal You see the dynamics? If you ,Alumnae of the, OeJnMvfflo ._.-_-.-..- srwa wt: lOt W, IM,. K tV444l
... be only makei I .feel they love ,.. then yon
unsuccessful ., Phi Mu chapter will have their can hr w rpkM.wr t.wwPon !
an attempt to cowat must feel lovable. If fellovable
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up ,and compensate for NIl I then you love _yearself. September meeting I0MUND'DWYIR
failure to car for his real I If you love yourself ttwa at I p.m. wtth Mrs. John Tie' : SIZI ,
,self." ion reflect low towards others. mal CnIIIItaa a* hostess at
Egotism lea defense mechanism If you reflect love toward oners her .home, MN NW 4M Street MIL CANt FINE
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like the cowardl masque then love;' like the minor Mrs. Everett '
rods as a bully. But self tow I Image la reflected: back at you. cerastes r ( .
is a ..uti'" attitude of ...If.accepIaDct. 'Try tt sometime What have. :
We acknowledge I you got to toss? XU.I:
our ... smsesa. We dent halt I Next: LOVE COUNTRyANnYIIW" Y LEATHERWALLETS
ourselves for our failures. wdonf feel gouty. (CeyrfsjM.tlNkyHoward
Lack of self love Is at UM WbJreua)
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Let's examine. Mom herself port back that that girl Is a ver- her own desires and aspirations.

11 so confident and au courant table chatterbox You see, abe a mighty fascinating Individ.
THE AMERICAN WAY that she blends facilely Into any has confidence when she's with al with a lot of savolr falre: her

: News of Special Interest conversation which arises. She her own kids She's not competing. daughter. *

f i by always has something to say. No one is there to Judge Next: What's This. About
OF LOVE Jane, on the other hanel.hasn't her or Indicate by a gesture or "Loving Yourself:

: To the Colored Howard WhitmanMother been as many places, or a glance that she's said something (Copyright, lltity
i Community had as many experiences, or awkward or isn't quite Howard Whitman)

read as much, and she feels measuring up.Tara. Distributed by The Registerand
\f\ DaughterTest more than a bit timid about Her Loose Tribune Syndicate
\ Newt Items for this pace should be wbmtt led to Colored Newt Editor Ben F.- Childs,
,dunging into conversation. Per And perhaps to win that struggle
S I NW Ilk St. by man, or'by phone at FR H7SX De not tend news dirtily to tk. Gale UniversityWomen's
vine Sun office.: hops she'd say the wrong thing. she must clear away the entanglements
of Love Or If she tried to be clever. It which a loving
just might not come off. You mother has built around her. Club

see Jane Isn't really withdrawn Mother love, for all Its virtues,
41 CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. L. V. Randall of Jacksonville The assessments are to be (Ninth eta Series) an eyelash. She's Just reticent. She's timid does tend to fashion a daughter Meets Monday

;' Mt. Pleasant Methodist will be the morn I In )g paid at the meeting. Little girls play with dolls In Her Owe Way She'd like nothing better than to into an alter ego. That's In.I
The Youth Choir win rehear speaker. She comes to us will And over N per cent of al One 17. year-old began 1 to glide and twirl across the conversational sUnct"You are my daughter Breakfast bridge and canasta

1t today, 6 p.m.; and Choir No. J many experiences: as a speaker AILlNGATDOMB the dolls manufactured are gir neglect her hair entirely and put stage as Mom does I'll give everything I have will be provided by the Unlver-
will rehearse tomorrow, 7:30 At present she Is employed bj; Mrs. Battle Jordan Is aill"at" dolls. It Is mother and daugb! on make-up as carelessly as a to you Including my own im sity Women's Club, Monday, October

"\ p.m. Rev. W. M. Ferguson, pas the Board of Public Instruction her home. ter in makebelieve.Then youngster dabbling in tinge) Can't CompeteOne age. I'll make you just like my. 12. from I a.m. until! noon
I tor. of Duval County. Friends of Mrs. Jordan hope yean later, It Is moth paInts. Her mother was thrown youngster put it thli I self." at the Holiday Inn.

. '' Mt Morlah Baptist -choirI The evening speaker will bt she will be well noon. Mrs. F.. er-anoVdaughtec for real Now Into. tizzy When the matte way, "I just can't compete. One mother in talks with her Mrs. S. S. Ballard, chairman
I No. 2 wlU have Its rehearsal today o Alachua's own Mrs. Gladys D. Shannon, reporter., the little girl, grown up baa finally came up before a higb Sure, I'd love to have the s. daughter about future marriageand announces that reservations for

!I 7:30 pro.; and there wiD Alexander, also 'an Instructor,, her living doll that blinks IU school guidance counselor, the voir faire that Mom has-bul home life and the raising/ the affair must be made by
I i Mama, and wets young girl said, "I Just got lick where do you get It? I don'lreally These may be made
'" be a musical program tomorI' Alachua County, and speed. eyes says a family, did her loving best Thursday.
row, I p.m. Rev. L. A. Till. therapist She is a dynamic: c911ftuarit5 But as time goes on ahe Is goIng and tired of mother telling me mean to clam up. to set forth the goals and values by calling Mrs. Ballard. Mrs.

man, pastor; Miss WUla D speaker. to find out perhaps with a how to turn myself out. I thin Well the fact L, Jane, you which she thought would make P. F. Oliva, or Mrs. J. A. Nat
I Foxworth, reporter. All members are reminded It HOMER WOOTEN shock, that there b still another if she let me alone, I mtg get that savolr faire by being her daughter happy. Her eyes tresv

I' Mt Carmel Baptist Choir bring a covered dish Sunday. Homer Woolen of 111 N. W difference this doll has a start taking better care of my, out in the big world for 20 years were opened when her daughter Buffet breakfast tickets are

will have its rehearsal today, Dinner will be served tanned,''6th Ave., died m the Alachua mind of her own. 1 looks but I'd do It my way, as your mother has been. Then repeatedly replied, with 1 priced '140 per person. Prizes

I p.m.; and Teachers' Meeting lately following the morning General, Hospital following a The little Idyll starts out w The mother daughter relationship you'll pitch right into a conversation keen perception "But, Mother, will be awarded for both bridge

tomorrow, 7:30: p.m. Rev. T. A. services. Ungerinll1laesl. nicely. For such a long time the Is fraught with rivalry either Ie n 0 wing whal (host art the things you w int." and canasta.
Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther V All group captains are asked .I He was a member of the 4th little girl seems completely at' .Somehow we don't expect girl to say or not really caring When she realised that she Assisting Mrs. Ballard on the
J Hamm reporter. to make their final reports;Avenue Church of Christ of. this tacbed and devoted. She turns to rebel and when they do ware whether you say the right thing. actually was superimposing her program committee will be Mrs
I Shady Grove Primitive Bap to the finance committee after city. to Mother Jar everything, and thrown'off balance. No And when that day comes, and own wants and aspirations, In- Oliva, co-chairman Mrs. W.

:J tint The choir and ushers wIll the morning services. Mrs. 1 M'I -( Mother loves' being the Indispensable -, wonder. For we often build sue your teen age daughter happens deed her own personality, upon A. Alexander. Mrs. W. H. Pier-

; meet jointly today, S p.m.; and E. Harper general 'chairman,; REV. ELLIOTT DEBOSE: person in her daugh! a tight wall around our gi to be In the room, you her maturing daughter she son, Mrs. Pierce Brodkorb,
there will be Conference Saturday Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor. The Rev. Elliott DeB o s e, ter's We. children that they have to use might try to recall just what a wisely reversed her field. The 'Mrs. J. V. Saunders and Mrs.
tt well known minister and citizen a keg pf dynamite to blast theIr) frightened little kitten you were
school Vattress
8 pm. Rev. R. J. Gain- Then, during high or apron string went snap And
of 14S7 West J4th Street, at way out. We're rocked by the under similar circumstances at Continental theme will be
something I A
I ous, pastor; Mrs. F.. D. Shan SPECIAL NOTICEAll early college years, from that point on she was ableto
Jacksonville, died at his home repercussions of their emergence her age. Social
non, reporter. happens. Mother and daughter enjoy the knowledge of a new i carried out by the committee
members of Choirs No. Monday following Illness Into what -. Into the hired a private headed Mrs. i. C
Now by
don't see eye to eye' anymore. suppose you person an Individual with her ,
1 and 2 of Mt Carmel B a p tist free world of Individuality to check on Jane .
Communication seems to break. eye to up own thoughts her own tastes Dickinson.SPOTUGHT
CARD OF THANKS Church art requestecd to be MRS. MINNIE (own. which we blasted our own path when she Is at a social gatherng -

The pastor officers rem present Wednesday and FrIday BRYANT DIXON I "All of sudden daughter a short generation ago with kids her own age.,
a my
bers and friends of Shads .t t p.m. Final rites for Mrs. Minnie not her way." Chances are you wouldn't find I SPECIAL
Grove Baptist Church wish to On Friday at 7.30pm., there Bryant Dixon, a former resl seems a stranger to me. I a What Is this but a ,variation her mum at all. She'd be chattering ,

thank all persons who cooperated will be a Joint rehearsal, and,dent of St. Petersburg, were baffled mother complains.Has on the theme which has made I a and bubbling away; !In
In making Men's Day the special female chorus I fog held today at 4 p.m. In the fan the love of drain? Mother yean thousand Jokes' and a millio fact, your private eye might r*
down the
thanks also Women's Day will rehearse gone doOm worth of advertising
successful Special Ily plot here.
at'l feels hurt More than that, she ONLY
to those persons who appearedIn p.m. The deceased was the daughter "Mother, I'd rather do -It myself t 3-D MS
feels cheated, short changed.
All women who are panic !"
the program. Rev. R. J. of Mr .and Mrs. Mall Bryant
Gainous, pastor; Mrs.' F. D. fitting In the chorus are asked of Fairbanks. Worry and Suffering Thea there's the matter of STUNNINGFor ,

Shannon, reporter. to be present at I p.m. sharp clothes. When a woman ha ;. Wquartitieslart
Mrs. Mozean Greene, ministerof Inner voices, half"Is angered&ilia, been buying clothes for a gir Fall t OCTOBER 8,9,
NOTICE music; Ttev. T. A. Wright, Fall half anguished say, since she emerged from dl..
The Girl Scouts' chairman pastor. my reward for all the yean I pers, It Is hard to avoid a feelIng .

Mrs. Klnsey Is requesting all gave her? Think of everything of omniscience In the matter sail'le
travels the
I the ,
gave up
Interested persons and also VOTERS LEAGUEA WelcomeTea freedom, all the endless days I of taste o ri
other leaders in the Scout program speaker from the CountyHeadquarters I took her In her carriage to the Her Own Costume

to attend a meeting at of Lyndon B. park, buying dresses for her You know, little Jane coul i

the Carver's Library today at Johnson for President will and hats and little shoes (ant get a real Inferiority complex 11 i / \

I .p.m. speak at the Recreation Center gladly depriving myself ol this sort of thing kept on too t r

SERVICES BEGIN- today at 8 p.m. things I wanted), those thousand long. Maybe It's not so bad that r
Others appearing la the pro- hour. when I told her stores she kicks over the traces and
The Appreciation services follows Mrs. J. Wayne Belts, wife ol her leaves those nice little number.
gram art as : High and taught rhymes,
for Rev. B. F. Weary, Springs area will be represented the president of till Uhlvertitj school days and worrying about which Mommy bought her tai \ \ (*

pastor, have begun at the St. by 0. P. Perry and Mose of Florida was: hostess Saturday her and suffering through every the closet, while tha.. goes about I II II
Paul C.M.E. Church corner ol Johnson[ Newberry, Mrs. Josle afternoon for the) Fan Welcoming ). hurt and sickness with her In blue Jeans and sweatshirt

its St., and 5th Avenue, and Lang and Eddie Thompson; Tea honoring members and now what do I get?" with six dozen sets of initials

lasts to Oct. 12 at I pjn. Archer Tom Robinson, Fran of the University fit Florida Well now Mom, Is It really on It. At least that is a costume

The schedule of services Is Michael and Thomas Rollins Dames. as bad as aU that which Is uniquely hers. '..ttSr
as follows: Thursday, the choir Sr. The tea, which took place al Then there Is the A'l,4ft
; Micanopy. Uriah Gill; Ala Sure, little girls! are supposedto drawing I
and Usher Board will sponsor :hua. Willie Burgess and Rev.G. the President's Residence was be made of "sugar and room bit, the social hour. All ;M
the services Jointly; and Friday the major social event of the and observer couldn't help! I
,W. Haile; Waldo, Richard spin and everything nice, Impartial .
the Sunday School and for the student wives
derrick season be that when then ar
James Sanders, and you expected her to your perfect noticing
C.Y.F. will also the and married student
sponsor Lewis Bucklin; Hawthorne women little doll all the way. people over at the house, e.
program Jointly. Chester Shell and W. L. Jenk group with MO attending.Mrs. But let's took at It this way. peclally some young people who
The theme is "We Build The Melts assisted In tv
ins; Jonesville, Rev G. S was enertalning for a minute: the little 0 girl have come over with Mom and
Ladder Which We Rise. members of the
By Cameron; Gainesville, T. C. by grew up on your apron strings Dad's friends, Jane clams up
The Is Invited. Rev.B. Board
public Dames and Damn
toward,"Dr. E. A. Cosby, A by and for a long time she was, "I don't know what's the matter -
F. Weary, pastor. : bert Daniels and Rev. Thomas of the College of Architecture quite satisfyingly, a little imaged with her, nowadays," Mom

A. Wright', and Fine Arts. yourself. You told her whatto tells a friend, "the Just seem .
FLORAL CLUB MEETINGThe Following the speakers' talks Greeting guests were Mrs .., like and .he liked It. You so withdrawn when other peo 4rRLorch I II
University City Floral Shannon Chin and Mrs. Van
there will be questions asked. told her what to dislike, and pit are around." I
Club will meet at the home of to the roy.l
I Helnlnger.
The Alachua County Voters she disliked It. Her lovely UtOe !
Mrs. Daisy Watson today at I er with Mrs. Belts wen: Mrs.
.eague I ls Inviting every registered manners were Just as you
p.m. voter to bear this LBJ Thomas Anderson, president a designed( them.
Campaign/ Speaker and others Dames; Mrs. George Butler, ad. And she was going to go right i ia
WOMEN'S DAY OBSERVANCE I ilso. L. V. Davis President of riser to Dames; and Mra on through lift being a perfect I
Annual Women's Day will be John Baxter, president of the I
Uachua County Voters League ttle you, picking a man Just I.I II I
observed Sunday, Oct. 11 at ML University Women's Club.
Ike picked for her bus-
Carmel Baptist Church beginning Twin of yellow you I
arrangements rand planning a home Just like oIplamb Perfect For
with Sunday School momInl NOTICE ,and white roses m ivory vases had and
the home mapping
and evening services. I The Pallbearers Lodge No. icorated the mantelpiece In a life that's you right Just like Many Occasion
Mrs. Aide Wright will presideas 113 will bold its meeting! it the !fie living room and roses and life.

"pastor" for the both serv egular meeting place on Oct irysanlhemums were used your A Tight Wall '. r ... M rerrNif. Th,. herd ours /reel l ........,.
ices. 13 at 1 p.m. .Ihronghout the bouse. .
The tea table ta the mainlining Now la that reality or IaIt Cradle ., history* tad it- for forty convtlt of s Turtle

room was adorned win l a Mamma's myth e ttfto-vhm n ire rnta Is-weaned. No of fleCk melon knit blow wrlhty..l.nerh

a combination of pale pink roses Think back of your own grow- other Iravtl adv stun often ,l..v.l and neck .

and lavendar chrysanthemums; 111I up. Weren't you bitten by a men I I. nlltjom. and hi,*.. I tipper 'In bock; I ear...qua,.
Home In silver with silver of Independence somewhere torso trtuun, !Ia (loconpir
epergne ug
Agent'sNotebook .
Me anal bttny- lee the Mr bngrt .'... ... corduroy
candelabra and silver punch a those teen years? Didn't you Holy Land yaanM-U will
ock.' end I corduroy Mreight
awls at either end. >pw your eyes and begin to wrpiM yew fondest super Ii I ;
The tea table in the smaller took out Into the world and tee /atios.. skirt with kick plat to.boc*. e
lining room was overlaid with lit I for yourself, as It looked to Visit Iaype, Lebeaes, $yrla, Tr* |ack.t hoi bug patch gain "

white cutwork clot and decvated ran? Didn't you begin to tug at lorcUi, Israel, Tvrktr.OtMM I pock!*, Ml "k*
By CLARICE E. ROBINSON' with an informal arrangement .I Mom's apron string until It ea a In...... Ouu. and It double b'.ait.d with.
hood M Tour.Ire
Agriculture Extension Service of peace roses and :tretched and frayed and fin- fty
.r honest c. tai died us. brow burton llouM |jet black;
crystal appointments. :al\y\ broke And (be ..=

Now Is the time for all homemakers -make a list of the source of Assisting In greeting guests bout this one Mom) did you Jockit/Skirt gold' brown.
Income. were: Mrs. Ronald Patsy, Mrs. ref really stop to think about e
to start managing their Herbert Kteler, .... Kenneth bow your own Mother fen durng WORLD ij !
fixed! .
money resource wisely. In orderto which would your include expenses rent amortgage. h_. Mrs. Cordon Ron, Mrs the process? 41
accomplish goals in the Gary KdgedUL and Mrs. G. "rom the .bsgiai... I
utility bill and others TRAVEL
headers McOee. There to the matter of looks.
home this has to be done.Today's that have to be pacllIIOIItbIy.!
David Deason, a student ol rig daughter be M pretty aa .
J rapid economic sad Enter flexible these Sekhronabte1ddr.N'
"Cwm.wdl. Wool
expenses; .
1 dam at the university, played ether Of count .
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social changes are Influencing are those that fluctuate .
expenses knockout and .
I iroughout HM lea !hours. to be a Barbel
and emphasizing the Bead for from week to week or month Membtrt af a. College ofirchlleeturi .he starts m from vesper days lOt W. IM*', ... 4-4441 tog vLAROC /. YswW, p 0414.
management to the home. Managing -to month. ...
and Fart Arts te r .rets bar m. Ito attest little
the money resource: la an. Subtract fixed expenses and tmes Board aMtttas .. r.. seta and curl bar bakr to rtafits. .
artistic skin not merely an ordinary flexible expenses from the total halt: wttn arrangements the The anew goes fight Mhrtugk

task. Thai Important skill ...... Enough should. be party..re Mrs. G.... Mrs. .. the ISM years when w* Sill

has to be a family affair.The Ml to allocate for savings another :Jurtis,' Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Sep flail dear eU Mom toB.f Jar CANS EINELEATHER

r major challenge to to eon goakKetf aD, Mrs Ronald Johnson, aadin. II low to set awlsand what HI

alder your needs; this will help ) a record of an expenses : McG.e_. maba to uet and bow to curlfiw444
you decide how to use your and financial activities. Be sure

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,' I Congress: Sidestepping: Big: Problems

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f r By JAMES MARLOW guards game wardens narcotics Immediately after Kennedy's it a 'federal offense to assassinate -threatening letters and the vole the White House mail and other
,. Associated Press News Analyst agents.In laying In 1963 it seemed for a. president. urn became so big by 1940 that sources on people considered
would the Secret ServIce set up a protective capable of,violence to.the.presi
I\ WASHINGTON (AP) One dealing with some of the a while that Congress But Congress was In a rush to
t of the Ironies In America's major problems of the presidency make it a federal crime to kill, quit, which K did five days la research section. dentThousands
sense of values is this: while it's Congress has exhibited such or try to kill, or to conspire tokill ter. The subject ,)Is' bound' to 'Its Job was to analyze and of threatening,
,t a federal crime to threaten the a strange reluctance that It a president and others Inline come up again next year but make available to those charged obscene abusive and other
life of a president It Is not a comes under the head of inexcu to succeed Mm. there's no reason to think Con- with protecting the president -communications having a security -
t' federal crime to kill him. sable tardiness.In But this evaporated. gress will do any more then meaning the Secret Service interest reach the| White
| "' For this reason Lee Harvey all its history for example, When headed the seven-man Chief commission Justice- than It has In MM past.. above all_- information... from House every 7* fSwift's _ _
{ \ Oswald did not commit a federal Congress has never passed a It seems odd that Congresshas --- ION
; Earl Warren finished Its Investigation ,
I : offense when law to provide for a problem delayed taking this final
and Premium
of Kennedy's killing
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Issued Its report on Sept 2* it
i'': President John could cause a monumental crisis the legislators first madeit i
1 t' F. Kennedy What Anatyttin The: in government strongly recommended making a federal-crime to threaten .a YOUNG BEEF SALE

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Alachua '; : Cattlemen Itven'tAny. Beef With,Mr. Johnson i I

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O 2fro fork[ (Dttiatt* beef, hi'III'. going I to get I cone rntiaro',born cot filbllDl tha, wheat states el Colorado, another often-voiced comment gram In earthy terms but continue

., DENVER-For: bo.i two. Jot.- v, the, elements and .ipleadjd. .bolatlon tile I Dakota. I Nebraska ,Ian- was "Neither one of them Is to participate. It meant. ,
L COMMISSION yean many catta-raisers haveIOM Swiiecpes to President John- '' ." ," "I tat, Oklahoma and Tent. Demperatic aJwrgtto" It came from Re-I cash In the pocket
Cattl leaden have take and Democrats alike.
son bj, Republican publican!
through a financial ihakt- They voted against compulsory
:..- f out.'Now ,they are 'get a g raisers In. the. mountain and Among the rancher*, ho w-. heart in this Republlctn 'mo- PresIdent Johnson appears to controls for wheat but

7/0//IC Demo Als( 1I utlIing: through a political stakeout great plains.states appear to be ever,"tome Democrats are returning noply" territory. lave gained points with his moat of them are In the pre
; ; more common among feeder,' to the fold after having There Is M'pattern 'to the'slgninf of the bill to limit sent voluntary program. This
Hired' : Johnson. Isn't)olncto the' men who buy the calve voted for Richard M. Nixon .1ft1I6& treasoncattle4aiaets. give for atJmportJ. also means a higher price for
Moving Costly jet ill th*votes of the a sciiera that ranchers Kit The bigger ftw menttoa,that -JobeKennedy's would nave
to vote.The wheat than they
(he .Uxyvhteod Wheat-a d-Cattle
a producers
livestock-feeders and others rancher m the region are unbend Komaa I Catholic
The Alachua William alt t':Partner assistant them without a program.
County Comm one ohtnandlni condemn tilt federal wheat pro- gotten
who make their living title I UK"Republicans, their; religloB influenced ihevotes: of
lIon decided to study,tha cos city building Inspector, has wetted by many for opposingSen.
of building a new Horn Demonstration been !hired bF the county to do county clone would Jo a partial basis oTtafonnition .furnished some, of themRepublican ., Barry Goldwater la that

club house n..a, the the tarn 'job. : Job on .,000 acres .ta the southeuten several months ago switchers appear "kef trigger.happy." I ANNOUNCING !
new structure Tuesday:.., r. 'J.'W.JIeIIIa County CommiFsioe lathe
mot numerous treat
part of the*old lake, Included! it.. I1J,700 for ta ,Toe'most frequently heard
Only one bidder, J.'fw.Green Tuesday; picked .Gamier, '
kw ilac drained. IJohnion where rancher rate both .
| :* arles,' W.WO for Mrs. Bethe President
submitted a bid, if tUlf .-tmMi,GajMsvjlla.resident, 1 The tit argument HOW
wheat and cattle. ca t
: Bonet and 13,600 each for two *:
its deputy
Johnaon Is that "he's nothingbut
to move the old buUdtagKrtm,t .1bIa\ draw tip the newcounty laid acnuuly w la ter. wheat '
grass 09
Itt present location on tilt ak building code and enforce hu HIT plant to develop only supervisorsHoward ; before i being palled aft a poUtidM" and ."we've UNDER NIW MANAGEMENT
county jail tite The Iltti win It when II I II' done; part of &the :Prairie,.r -,!beJII'QIIIIIe Weston, admtnistr to kt u... wheat rtpea. Into t last. too much freedom' att '. '
become I Gartfer's ,'b 15800 ti needed to' M the five assistant to the comm .I ., nad14" a new city panda lot pay .wiH *' | ,cash' wheat-fed through |lit ,, *> -
G. M. Davis a ; >, federal hind* L "' ilog, advised the commission of COOKIES RESTAURANT
coramlilipR year planning
r winter crop. Some years||a| !Ralph Sla* of.Pompey's PU- ,.
$ a.11. D l Ai commluloll Mri Bathes a requ.st.He I
chairman, suggested l In view of: IY David Smith steers, wheat-fed through the lar MoDt..' .hi has a *sudscattle ,
QatoesvUIereBllneer -
the cost of tilt old Ihe chairman, won the board' n said she told him she hathought a
moving support told tilt coopnbsio be ,winter, arc told to torn belt farm with\ Irrigated land, SERVING
,for his M create for the Urn.
commission look Into the.colt of plan a salary part-
doss :feeders farther to be fin- declared emphatically:
not think tile county itf* \
a new frame structure. new building code. He told the help was ,included In an Item -
self can finance repurchase and Ished Into beefsteaks "Im' About what IREAKFAST LUNCH and DINNER
Davis Jack Durrance ant commission standards must be called "election expensel. concerned: ,
Sidney Martin were assigned asa created and enforced to put a reflooding of the project It -As explained 'to' th*' boar. I 'Thl I I. ituatlon' make the happens to my kid and their:
committee with power to act, stop to tome unsafe building would cost millions of,dollars. put time help.H needed to presidential con t.*t close in kid. If I tin do anything. for OPEN_ 6 AM., TO 9 P.M.
to decide whether to ace. p t >ractice. Davis' I II himself a Johnson objected that no lUte finish preparing for and to such states as Montana, Wyoming them. I will, and I don t want,
Green's bid and move the old builder and masonry contractor.I Ito or federal funds can be obtained clean up the general election ; Utah and Idaho among any trigger o happy Jackrabbit. : 907 North Main
building or raze it and build a A committee was' appointed unless preliminary plans Are Nov. 3. and for a City 'election cattle-raisers, but Johnson Is around." I
new one. r?* write the code. It includes made and shown, and it takes next March. believed to hold the edge In From Montana to Texas
Davis Gartner and Commissioner money to,prepare there',- Mri Bethea Is registratlj I n i

Study' SR 236 Jack Durrance. The No action was taken.Registrar ., supervisor both for Ala c h u a I I OPEN 'TIL 9 EVERY THURSDAY FRIDAY & MONDAY NIGHT
Home Builders Man of Gaines bounty and City of Cainetvlll!,
villa will be Invited to name a She had asked the cornrni-
!' Right of WayThe representative to the committee Asks sion two months ago to !provide!. .

Jimmy Womeldurf and funds to a parttime I "
AlachoV County. Commission Clark Butler are association: of I.'' Budget Hike helper," which pay was done. The .K/ 90th a I

Tuesday 1,000-foot ficers.. new request: would continue tha .
study creation;of a Davit. said that when the committee I' Mrs Alma Bethea, supervisor arrangement.
right of way caned area alone baa a draft ready public of registration, asked the Commiasionen Jack Dur- ,
each side of State ,Road 291. "hearings will be called to.get Uachua County Commission ranee and Sidney Martin were _
from High! Springs pest Interstate all views. Tuesday to put $2 800 moro inter appointed a committee to study '
75 to SR 23 at Santa F*. >Th* chairman told hi* fellow new budget to pay for part- the request L
Declson cam on a 3-2 vote. commissioners there Is no planto time help In her office. They .will study the request
with Edgar;Johnson, Claude require trade license for Mri Bethea 1MM budget for funds to tee if it should be
Rrandon and chairman' G. M. plumbers( electrician, carpenters of $37510 just came of approved, and If so, query
PsvJs lined up' against Sidney and other craftsmen age Thursday, first day of the whether funds appropriated by
Martin and Jack Durrance Sidney Martin, Hawthorne new fiscal year. It way set by the city actually cover the
Johnson wanted to ask the member on th*' board, com the county coramiallu. on the cost pf handling city election f
county zoning 1 commission to mented that'as' long a* workIs >
"onslder S3C ,which links ITS acceptable, anyone should .be A World's Fair
and High Springs, while it Is .allowed to earn his living
=Considering1 similar rights of Davis has said ke thinks
:standards should be set to Of Values ... '
way for State Road 23, from up I :111 ;1 ,
Gainesville north to the Union I cover building footing, framing ,\

"aunty line, except LaCrosse, i plumbing and wiring. srl )
and State Road 329 from The 1963 Legislature passedan I
Gainesville north to Bradford : act' empowering the commission r A
I to write a building code,
County ,
The zoning board will study I provided the code it not itroof-

'the proposals and call for pub- :er than the Southern Building !, ,
Code, a model document. Davit
Ic: hearings. !
has Indicated the will
Johnson wanted to Include : "
need a code that strong
SR 236, so the county can pre-
vent undesired uses. Johnson Cites
Martin and Durrance said
they felt (he,county has zoned Need
enough reads i, Planning
The commission took under
Edgar Johnson, Alac h u a U,
study for a week before expected '
I County: .commissioner, :warned
approval,- of four road ,
I zone recommendations fromthe Tuesday that the county must SALE!
plan carefully to meet Its fu- jetIVARRiYtM
zoning board The\ zoning i
lUre needs and problems. 0
body urged :approval of He told hill fellow, conunls- '
of along '
rights way zoning 2 tiacfNS/pN
I I loners that If no planning is C f I CLANINO NOZZIg ,
-State Road 20 from Gaines I tone, the county faces problems NOZZIg II I I; SALE 5.88 V
l 1099
ville east to Putnam County, except In Hawthorne, and the ,marta,,* in some areas and UPHOLSTERY NOZZLE s 11 II III t I I'I'llt'IIIf' 'J ISUMMER.
remainder of section :27, 2J, ;other headaches. pGET' A NEW LI" GIVE A NEW TWIST TO YOUR

29- and 30. Johnson also asked the commission Vacuuming" u t big|ol>,.:ind to -State Road 121 (331)) from I to approve 'a request vicuum..the rural*"350',Compact asp to moss,the Eureka PRICED BIG FASHION VALUES, YOU'u. GET THEIR
Gainesville south to Levy 1 10 the federal Housing and It b'| m dun> pever And there's M tong.r M twust tor mlu FLATTERING MESSAGE WHEN YOU TRY THEM f u fl
\ hi hard is-roach camera with' such hilum et the protect I vinyl .
County. > !\ I Home Finance Agency to borrow ,..., f.,
Gainesville ionper mow (tnltlt I cord and heavy duly motor You II kwt "
RoadM :
-State $10,000 to plan partial pur- hu-O b tong lasting sanitary I dust boas tool Millinery' Sktp-
ead'to'.Putnam County,
base and rtHoedlag ef Paynes _' '
except In Incorporated -fl'as. I Prairie. He said. the county Open an account today d
-u.S. : U;south from High !should add $.,.,. and, plan the TBRMD JUST- $20887 .l DISCONTINUED CASI STYLES I
Springs to levy County..e c-pt entire project .
in Archtf art Newberry The federal request would epee -7 Al.F'SIt uvawvrarwr I SAMSONITESOFTSIDE FAMOUS MAKE '

'l.tSchoo Include a promise that If full development as p on a mwNy I .

Given of the Prairie reflood t UMvmHy ...we LADIES'OMEN'SWATCHES tii ,

sag project at not approved, the wr-:' __ I I 1

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The Alachua County Commission LUGGAGE

voted Tuesday to give the
County School Board used, unneeded e
equipment which has Shoe Dept. I Ilot

r been set aside by county .agencies '. II

I The sdnol beard hat mean Ii I

to' reeo"" the material,
which mcMss oors, filing cabinets I
and A ,variety of other
/ Items. '" t.* i

CD Dutie.
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May ExpandThe I

The County Console- t ..wORIG. it t FACTORY
lion has taken under study a,
request by fee state Civil Defense : GUARANTEES
director*!* assign E. A. k. .-
Bethel, county civil defense director Y Y JEWELED
t to wart for the five- .
county District 4 area MOVEMENTS

The state asked Bethel to takeover
during emergencies or : MANY.STYLES
disasters operational control of .ds ,, : -
the district saduding AlachuaGtkhriat TO SELECT FROM I I.i

Dixie Layfayetle and i
Taylor mantle N* civil defense +t ,. ril
f directors have been hired <

by county efncUls. ta counties,
except AUchea."Vj LADIES' 6 MEN'S : U

Alaehee nmr don derided
to study then'.. :er, to be FAMOUS AAAKEWATCHES
sore there weald be m conflict :
with Better duties to this


fund Transfer: ,'A.wbolw alr./Mr1 caw FRACTIONS OF THEIR ORIGINAL:


.,' ; Tax Collector: Oatfia MelD I ta-- ALL WELL KNOWN BRANDS! *, '.


countytoxmnMoe; ) Tuesday to "* .." AM. Saw 2 POPULAR COLORS BLUE OR
innf r fond la teat ewerVaaaadJtura IAOMS-.S.99- t* a* ORIG. 49.75 'TO. .lOO.OO ..
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0r 0A I'J J 'A letter reached this desk last week concerning Mississip' ...ST.By LOUIS JOE'(APP) New, '.

pi's football team. Since it came tile 'week' of the LSU, 1a -
fT4 'York against St
game, It was decided was too early for comment: power
I Now the Ole Miss game is the Mo. 1 topic en the Gator, crafty White Ford
.1 agenda. And the letter is open for discussion \. against youthful Serleardened>Ray Sadeckl (Banreauitte Swt SPORTS nBaiununary
and World _
came from E. .,. Wheeler; a' ......tIm. football fan.' He ,
veteran against a relatively
.l'Jt over Kentucky's victory'against Ole Miss, noting:* \\ '
70 ',,. glad t*. see tab..,..... Every year yen. writers ': Inexperienced crew as the Yankee
s"'4 a! MIl......... Who *. they\playr They' .... UMMKState i *' and Cardinal open the .. .
.. to .the Jhul .game Jut year; lest to Alabama autumn classic today* wottout.Tuesday at park. Lou Brock.our left fielder good speed You can't take them
S ta the Sugar Bewf best: ....... State this year,, the* Tim bestrotarea games will Busch Stadium where such can hit the ball u bard as lightly." ,
; decide DasebW7tworldcham- Yankee, sluggers aa Mickey anybody\ In baseball and that The Yankees presented the
feet to KeatBcky: :That's just on* ,wh ka few games with \
Mantle;Roger Marls'Joe Includes Mantle."
Pepi- same line-up Berra employed to
good eppesftiea. Even the Caters ,erne do that waS, lid Yankees ,
\ eat The 17-to-10 favorites tone 1 and Kilts Howard impressed Keane
of four was unperturbed about clinch the American League
against good cempetitiea. "Jt".
There is no desire here to risk incurring the ire' of Coach, to win their list post.season I Keane with their long the odds favoring the Yankees. pennant. Mantle was In right
title In 29 attempts, were handicapped \- drives over and against the "The odds mean nothing to field with Marla In center and
Johnny Vaught's Rebels. An thoughts to the contrary: ,. Mississippi __ '
A 'I E\ is a fine football team in-1964. The Rebs' material (*p wimhct to ttw SMI) somewhat by the absence sborrilh..fleld porch. us, he said. "We have come the switch-hitting Tommy Treslt.
'. makes other coaches: drool. Size, speed. talent it's all PORTRAIT OF, OPPOSING PITCHERS of regular shortstop Tony Homer Edge through all the pressure of a In left
J there. Yanks' Whltey Ford (L). Cards' Ray Sadeckl Kubek. He had missed the last "If there is an edge said pennant race and It was helpful The Cards outhlt the Yankees
Kentucky did a Job against'Ole Miss, make no mistake two weeks of the season because Keane, "I guess you have to In preparing players for the 273 to .233 during regular season
M about It also did a great Job on Auburn. of a Jammed wrist live It to the Yankees becauseof series. We'll take It one game at play but the ,Yankees had ,
Officially out for the entire their home-run power. They a time." more home runs, 16J to UN.
lea Not That Easy Florida Spirit series Kubek baa been replacedby hit more homers than we do Yogi Bees, St. Louis-born Individually, the Cards' Brock

4 But don't get the Idea that a team can beat.toe Rebels Mike Hegan. rookie first over a season's thy, but In one manager of the Yankees, like led all hitters with a .313 batting
1 merely by tossing a helmet on the field. baseman and son of'Yankee game or In a abort aeries we Keane, expected a "tough" average, Boyer was tope m rone
It'* time that ever the years the Rene lam had a schedule bullpen coach Jim Hegan. can hit as many home runt as Series batted In with 119 and Curt

I teed taxing Wee a freshman student grapplkg. with C 'Goes ''Sky High At Shortstop they."We've. Coed Hitters Flood had the moat hits, 211.
Phil Lisa the versatile Infielder got three or four men "They've got a good hitting Mantle, aa expected, was the
who plays the harmonica who can hit. the ball out of the club" he Hid. "And they've got leader In home runs with 21

5n the side, will play shortstop
I For Big BattleBy :In Kubek's place and lead off.

The Cardinals, too, are not 100

per cent physically fit
JOE HALBERSTEW The Johnny Rebs altern I t.1! Uncertainly over second be..-
I San Spurts Editor three to four teams a f.mewith man Julian Javier and third

r If spirit alone can win tooball almost no loss of effective, baseman Ken Boyer, Injured In
games Florida's Caton ness. Top linemen are guard! weekend games with the New
are in good shape for Satur Stan Hlndman, center Chart: York Meta was eliminated
cans nt the University Florida. By the MUM token,
Hinton, tackle Bo Aldridge and
it katatan been Oto Mb' faatt. day's Important Southeaster Tuesday when both assured
Conference battle here wit b guard Bobby Robinson. Keane
To show this Reb coach V.uht'and Ole Miss administrators manager Johnny they
N have gotten a bit tired of the Insinuation In INS, Mississippi.The Remaining tickets for t b e were ready to play
Ole Miss will play,' among others, Florida, Auburn, LSU, tone of the game ha game art moving well and a Javier Injured his left hip In a'
nsA Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi State, Kentucky, Vender- been set Gator players ate sellout Is expected for Sat u r collision Saturday and did not
bill and Tulane, eight( SEC games. Plus Memphis State wearing stickers,on their heme .. day' fray. Attendance la likelyto play In the regular season ft- "
and one'other foe. t s this week proclaim a g. aet an all-time Florida Field nale. Boyer pulled a muacle in

K 'hasn't been that Ole Miss wasn't ready, eager and "Weatherly Report Misslul record of around .,000. his left thigh rounding third In t Via.r1 .
the sixth of the finale.
llj willing to play people. Schools such as ,Alabama, Georgia pi Drippy. Inning
r Tech That's Just a small part of IL Crank Up Passing "You couldn't keep those
r 14 etc., have not exactly knocked down the Rebs', door.
for an Invitation. The Galore have gone at pra- The Galore, taking a lesson fellows out of the Series" said

Other top-rated schools have shied away' from playing lice In hammer and tong faa... from Kentucky's success, have Keane. "They played too bard

Ole Miss, ..IDly. the ....... mat Oxford to an tone.' Ion. Drills to date have been cranked up their own aerial to get into It"
cesslhle lecatioa, the seating too nun (may). Seme the best of the "'101I. game. Quarterback Tom Shannon UN A PairA
ef it, we're sure, has to d* with the fad the Rebuts ur bead coach: Ray Graves hit consistently In practice sellout crowd of 82,000 was
tough to beat ." still wears a c a u 110 UI look, Tuesday, firing to end Charles assured with tickets la much "ra +; M

It's true that Ole Miss has not had" to point for any though, "We don't have t b a Casey and halfback Allen Poe demand. Speculators were getting '(

A club) excepting perhaps LSU?, Tennessee and Kentucky, oft- ,stars Ole Miss does," he'Aid and Jimmy Jordan. aa much aa SIN for a pairof ,,\. ,.,

times Mississippi State, In recent years. But Ole Miss hunt Tuesday. "But the way ,,'ve Florid also. worked on Its box seats ":.t".,
lost many, usually wins from 30 to 40 points and has sentso practiced this week. I thin ground attack with halfb *c k s The weatherman continuedtobe ( 1;' ,b I'.'
many players to the pro ranks that It would be folly to faa will see one of the bee Baesxler kind to the SU Louhj popu : "
v the Rebs would not have done well at Florida Field to Larry Dupree, Marquis lace. As it has been throughout ., '
ssy playing a cosmopolitan games recent
r slate.Thtfd. Jack Harper and the Jinal week of the) season, oar rm.ra.a. h Me" aid, ,
John Felber and Graham M- and pleasant weather YANKEE LEFTHANDED POWER HITTfRS AIMING AT FENCES '

Play the WorldThe years.BIB. Headache. Kid getting heavy duty. prevailed sunny with temperatures_ofab _. (L-V)) Jo. Pepltone, Ton Trash, Roger,Maria.' Mickey, Mastic, I

/ word has been spread that Ole Mlsa would like to Graves saioOH MISS.Lt of- 10 n for the Cards urn t ,
tske on the world. The state policy on segregation has crimp* fe..ell"'h'.I.' Work Series. tact .... '
ed the desire of the Rebels to go far afield for opposition. They've averaged I between Sand I TWO' MOREGRIDDERS Starting time was 1 p.m., READY, FOR N. c. STATE- (

Remember; Mississippi State fled to Michigan to play Loyolaof 8 points a game for the EST with all garnet carried M .
Chicago In the NCAA Mid-East regional cage tourney a pad few years.. They're good network NBC radio and televtkm. I

couple of years ago State official' tried to stop the Bulldog for' the put few years. They're Bryant, Says Tide Shows t
eager but failed. Loyola beat State in the game with good for three to six touchdowns On the basis of experience, ,

four Negroes on the starting five, against ahnoft everybody LOST the FordJadeckl duel appeared
I have a M ef respect. fer Ho Miss feaaall aggregaMM. they play. They're always ARE to be a mismatch. This was OM

n If KMteeky hadn't already wen lees the Rake thai. among the loaders to passing eighth opening gsma assign' and
;f year Gator. followers weald ,be tatting abut a W win Wig offense and total.err......" MIAMI (AP-Mlaml football mart In his 22nd Series atari to: Zip Pep in Practice
equal to hut year's saceeu ever Alabama Ole, Mb, sated The Rebel an geared to a Coarch Charlie Tate, who started the 11-year-old Ford who tuned

Ne., 1 la the Batten In pre.snss ,pans, weald. be right. fullback offe n s out with a thin football Cr a 17-4 record during me regu. Alabama'/ !
there had R leaM ON WBdeato.Don't I featuring the running and passing .squad, to BOW faced with shuffling opponent M fai scrimmaged sgslnit JIlt "B
misunderstand. Ole Miss Is not .....tallie. But It ef Jim Weatberty and the his meager corps to fin On the other hand It was Crimson this year Tld probably think the I "' 4l1l11I" 14" fI team.

takes a tremendous effort to whip the Rebs. Kentucky ran smashes ef Frank Kinard Iwo more vacant spots ,World Series baptism for the Myearold doeen't have Vanderbilt stressed defenses
: up over 400 yards on offense agaUkt a'_IIIiJIf, stumbling power, Jr.: Weatherly la tremendous He suspended two first string- Sadeckl. the Cardinals Coach hit any r.u1lr'lIIt harder to win hasn't but .'. tow 4 Olt 1114H4' designed to stop Wake ""'t',

N .lackadasical Rebel eleven two weeks age. With an the brU- on the rollout options run- ere Tuesday for breaking train. I.me 20-game winner punishing fullback Brian PIeD
fancy of quarterback Rick Norton, halfback Roger Bird and Ism pia,. His favorite target Is log rules They are FrtW! (Redwood In fact, only three Cardinals quite satisfied that is, us t 1'1' Jo, and Vsndy coach said the. '

I end Rick Kestner\ with an. this, It took a fumble at the huge end Allen Brown, M,, 240 ) Brown, a standout two- Dick Groat, out- now.And If tile mstkms and team' moral I 11 Ugh/ despite
A A I Kentucky IS with 42 seconds to,play to keep the aroused pounds. way end, and Charlie Brown, a I fielder Bob Skinner and pitcher nationally third- Coach Tommy three straight' loss
f Rebs from storming back M yiros ,Ia' tal last three minutes The Galore will have to cantata defensive back. They... not related. :Roger Craig. have .had World smile ranked this Tide 1 11 making Bryant O'Boylo wu concerned everpostponement .1 Georgia Coach Vine Dooley
week that of last week'sgame
w to pull out a 29-27 triumph., and :Series eiperlence.Oaty spells gain worked his
.. Weatberly'a sweeps ...... nothing but trouble for Alabama's with Duke "I think we Bulldog* on '
One aitog Ole Miss had to .. That's pride. The Rebs to to be to
If they hope were supposed coverage a weak
short "They punt
nsr are said M ,........, they Joww how to wlkey baser spring paaaes a second upset r en the their rooms at 1 ..m.," Tate Then Isn't a Yankee regular next opponent North were mentally" ready for the last week against South Care-
hew to,cento hate .......' Ifs quit.'a feather In. the cap Kentucky did "and came la at 1 without Series experience except Carolina State. Duke game, be said, "but fins The ,
Rebs this said they Bulldog'bard a
of any fee that eaa hold the Reeda oa ... short ead efHo ., year weeks .10" H. would not elaborate.I Mel SloUlemyre, the rookie Bryant said Tuesday his play when the hurrlcsne came, and ;
Miss 27-21 two ago. report m CJemsoo
era "seemed to have a lot of the game wes called off, it wasa
.. r I right-hander. Ho Is expected too lip
no car which coach Ken
Fred Brown pleaded
Cooper do-
I feel Florida win play a great 'game Saturday. Whether Only Fear Lessee South Miami Municipal pole Bob Gibson, the Cards'. and pep.. ,And further, be added big letdown. scribed ... .,
test to M big tough.Kentucky' .
n greet game can beat Ole Miss Is something well knell In .the past six years, 01 Ie ,Court Tuesday night to s warrant I flreballlng ace, In the second .,." acted like they enjoyed Louisiana Slate kicked up th* I
It. We bad some licks that tempo with a thorough reviewof Wildest. fresh.
late Saturday afternoon. Miss has won II games, ks that he threw a I game.St .
I know It's hopeless but Just for the record to say"I tried.If four and ttod four (not tociud- 'bottto charging through a truck windshield Louis southpaw Curt Simmons sounded like Alabama, the kindof line play and pas defense In from two straight victor!** ever
A there la n motel to Gainesville that ,la not sold out for tag this season or bowl games). The Judge placed him on I and New York right-band- ones we used to hear" I preparation for North Carolina's highly touted Mississippi and
the FaVtoy and Saturday night. ef Hotnecomtog. Oct 1117.pleaee TIna ef .OM setback came at months and with. 4 er Jim Bouton are. likely starters : The TIde I* undefeated In Ken Willard and flimsy TatbottMississippi Auburn, brushed up en fund-
six! probation ,
call I three game so far this season. State held oat ef mantel and Florida Slate pays I
1411. Extension MILHWn LSU and UN other at Tenaes- until the end 4 to the third game Saturdayt
to OMr turn TMw ... bar llilNHtjl* SWIM WOO. seer ..m.Miimv. I Held adjudication I YaakM Stadium, following a Ames till state, Auburn' TWfers Ice hardest workout of OM yew Tennessee held what. Ceaeh
wm,. p ..e ,....,.. s fig 1 UM dx maaths."Depressed"--- '
day 011iO.nfm held an offensive drill with with two Injured player who Doug Dickey called tptrlted.
f ) 0 '. 111. Both teams engaged In a pro- 'An-America ejosrterbeck Jimmy had missed previous games, drill Th bey played lass pod
Fred Browns's attorney said I lAdle naming at wtagbact* :halfback Larry Swearengon and game* In a row." be iatt.MudI .
1.aSSen Picks GatOts s that Brown and his COIIIpII GIII, Sophomore lee Campbell and tackle Tommy Kevin, back at hop they. will be reedy for.

.. "had burn depressed ever till Parker TopsCommercial Tom ,Bryant, old. ttw, signal their regular posts. arnot her on against Boston Colkg -"
thtogs ore goiag this seaway caning.Tula. : Coach Johnny Vaught and .his *. The teasing Hal Want

no and had gone eat to enjoy **, after a weekend off assistants noted !better erganmv land and the passing *f Art,
To Defeat MississippiBy themselves. Tim slipped away courtesy ef Hatrtcme Hilda. not lion In their Mississippi. Rebels Califfa bas given. us a hot k* I

ran tbe I. But Fred Brown bed a look at Mississippi. State lot-_a* offrmN and defens units Matte." j,

'.. '. M Intention of damaging any -
8 HAROLD wiwdrthat: tacavaol. ".. II tunes* ef my life." one's propeI'tJ.wilen' be threw On 634 Set

TOKYO (CAP ) -A Kentucky ever Funds State: TIll Cadet*;'t(sided by quarter the bottto' LINCOLN HIGHFOOTBALL :

>w sounds u.actI1lik. Ohio means The Seminoles 'beast duel Urn Is back itluhswh.. a few men Fred's father wee on the way I Merrill Parker pared the I
good morning 1nJ........ So n hlIstas ef MavaLAlalsaaa .her from California bat his Commercial League at Faint I
Ik strongest to the Booth, but -
? Ohio to you, too. And, to the ; North Carott- son play to a eoOege football I Lane win a O4 sertes. lit rolled '
mists football team u wen to bat war before .they met Stop .ever Th Crinwen has gam for the first tee. Miami! game ef 21WJ2-I.
rsg 'w Its meeting with Onto State Mean.. Norton' and Bird of II meets Caunrato Friday alght
hand a way el ....... without trans lob Dooley bad n m series
that could Fred. a Juntor eoflesj
4t Batnrday. a game Kentucky. scoring. .......... so make Petaold matched thai
r had captained the Hurtnsncs and Max
. .... .. Big Tea tills Air let.
Notre Dam ever Force: the marght OH* time by three .to their againstrfcrida B G Motors art a SM edM

TwwUMofttwJetduuedmeernes bat One .. n tin they spelled saf etks_to none.g Stole and opener was a toe- M4452. The UN wastes CITIZIN1 FIELD<
( to such an extent the name Johnny Lnjack. New
U. standout against bet h shills
weekend that mere wen nabthe Bfto r pabad Jemmy Buarta, .ght / reMiehhpwj ,
questfcnmark winners among IrWI-.II' cenrse? Mate ever Mho florid: Slate and Georgia Tech. Bob Brown W Pepto Distributor

F *nsatJonmark decision Isrn : Pen State Coach gar From MO mile away, had a l. 20-1(4-477 to 8 P.M. THURS.
Army ever
ejutstjuiaini k percentageHer RtsEngwaf. Pean Slate says dw M/I/ ...* to easy fractional Tom Onghln "'U. tile Sunday Mixed League

an thin ...'* wtoncn Q. i pp 0.- ...... lilt The horn-fwhf. to .. differenc- cosa,. was .have played ..... Ceorg Crsrpp, Farm Bureau.
obtained/ by stirring the toe with Syracus UCLA Fred 'aad defense at the other end efUM rolled M and Ted Arnold LINCOLN HICK SCHOOL
ever ..... win reptora Fred wUh Mucus $33. ...
IJaIa and hw' banding ptoymate -
Otooi over Onto State: A Ezpects'IA e I* mauler the UCLAMS.h Donald Wlhn and Jean Mattock Ruth Cspoe .led th* women CINTKA1 ACAOIA4Y HIGH SCHOOL "

-. en* bat DId Snob, OMunaaiBtal .Navy ever Georgia Ted!: 1111 to kip oot with 40 white Ben Purdy. bog .4 peliei.TICKET .
center aad BBShekr.easaejsmjvrBaefc.- Yank in Six pdk4Llpr.w. bared at hfldnVla Jack Stow will go both ways wood Gel ell a\ had a 4H and
a CO to lit Charlie Brew, a PRICISi
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recent yean .this bole nsneOy Tsesdey sicked n Mew air Swaih Cons I Skm Tat ,... to Mini Is StB NoIses M-ll; Jack TarSaris. ....... _u.'I" Sub Re5 Aes. ... A.
lit ftoat ef Ih season, has(,Tick vfctary nad II ef Ira en. Fred Dwda f* lint to theOerahnahera DIceIIIW, aiht players hove a-W and 4-7-1; Harvey .... Nuaa .. ...... ... t1.. ......... .....
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r \6CoUiesvUle Sun Wednesday. October 7. 1964 .

f Prexy to Give AAU .. .HURRICANErGOAL. 1

,'" .. Must LeonGainesville
0, Stop

'., Strong Olympic High School will erta ..Id. "not the best team,, Frank Taylor offensive end

have to top one of the state but they sure did hit" Louis Feagle and offensive

finest high school attacks Friday center Jimmy Cola have shown
! : night if it hopes to pull antieL .'Teegk Game wen in drills this week.
By TED SMITSi Meanwhile, feverish prepar present Its side of.the The Rebel coach said Ja.
TOKYO (APRe election lions went forward in a light) the International per. this ..'. Santa Fa foe, Lincoln coach Jesse Heard
.tI of Avery Bnmdage ai president drizzle for the opening of I the Although the Tallahassee Leon, No. I rated has the.potential to play ,; said Tuesday Terrier drill was

::1. of the International Olympic Olympic Games Saturday when dispute may never coma Class AA team In the state, tough game but it is uncertain l Ion. of the best of the season

;_ Committee gives the Amateur 8,000 athletes from 88 nations the IOC, if It.does bat a veteran club and Ji gear what the invading Bulldogs will 1 I Coed Spirit
ed to CHS coach Jim I
fl t Athletic Union of the United will vie for honors before capa almost certain to. '; core, produce. "Our boys have tremendous
Niblack laid
? States a powerful ally In Its Ity audiencei. Virtually everything weight on the aide of : < today. I Roberta said linebacker, spirit" he said. "They're lookIng -
' 1 power struggle with the National la ready and the excitement He has always been : i. The Ltoni's entire backfield forward to the Palatkagame
9 Collegiate Athletic Assoc In Tokyo is almost incomprehensible college athletic being eyed by college scouts I Thursday night" -
, tlon to a Westerner. If the AAU-NCAA along with a. pair of linemen. Ocala Weekend
Heard said tackle Stacy Ben
\ Brundage tht stem 74-yea. The struggle In the Olympic 'DelIO far as to caw Tha .Tsllahasseesns operatewith
Chock Eaton; quarterback Is doubtful with sn Injury. Full
old Chicago hotelman who holdsv committee for the presidency to withdraw Starts ThursdayOCALA
, ; Dennis James and DIDSeU'C1. back Maurice Alexander will return
strict views on amateurism first won by Brundage it Heslnkl !- college athletes, most Thursday night and his
halfbacks and Rain '
won out In a secret ballot overLord In 1952 also In a contest track and field men Culton, fullback. ; (AP) The annual presence should help the attack
David Brughley Marquees with England' Lord Burghleymay binned from "Ocala "Weekend" sponsored
t Including the Eaion I li a tremendous passer by the Florida Thoroughbred Heard said Lincoln now Is on I
takes petition
f of Exeter who a somewhat have a profound Impact on the air with weekly football 1
mora liberal view of the American amateur sports. The NCAA of course, and Culton li a punishing 18J- Breeders' Assocatlon and highlighted .
pounder who can go all the way. the tale of show at 130: p.m. Wednesday
achieve by 143 Flort
( amateur code The American team fielded (Al* WlrtpMM to HM sun) Nlblack aid, Our tackling on Station WGGG (Terrier I
The vote was announced here was put together under a IAAF or at lent a 20-INCH BICEPS against Paion wu sloppy las da-bredi. ef all ages, opens Tales). He also said W U rr
Wednesday as unanimous but truce between the AAU and the ing of responsibilities Thursday night and continue would show the Lincoln Pa-
week. If we don't improve
I this was on a motion by Pakistan NCAA Imposd by the late Gen AAU., Ready for Olympics) against Leon it will be a long through Sunday Jtka game Monday nig h t at

\ after the sealed ballots had Douglas MacArthur. As soon I'I night." Doyle Conner commissionerof 7 on television.

been counted, It probably w.. the games end and possibly < agriculture, will be bono e eS i
{ fairly close in the 70-min com even before the two big sports; Series Definitely J Oat guest and tie Florida Thoroughbred

.I' mlttea. groups may lock horns. Bobby Niblack said quarterback I Farm Managers' Club will ,
Chris Johnson to definitely out award the Individual
,' ,present an to ,
; It's Side of the Friday due to a I
game who has been of prime assistance -
Rodger Bird One possible area Is the L LeagueBobby sprained knee. Halfback Al Gif : to Florida breeders. :I

meetings next week of the International fen is doubtful because of an The first award, made last i
Amateur Athletic Federation 'injured thigh. "We haven't been went to .... L. K. Edwardi .
Has Come which controls track Craws of '/' bad. i Flowers made the 4-10 split able to operate with" our No. 1 of Ocala; I
\ and field. The MAP recognizesonly backfield this year, the Glint
taurant topped the Melba Sanders, 5-10 and 54: A breakfast win Inaugurate CJllJt
the AAU and the MU coach said. "Our offense peer
A Long Way may take this opportunity to'fA" League at Palm Lanes '' and and Betty Jo Arnett, 5-7, twice. has been. able to get Into high Friday's program and the
: night with a 598 ....1. Juan- Leads Loop gear." Florida Breeders' Sales Co. will I

. LEXINGTON, Ky.. (AP) rolled ..1.1.. all Jim Duke'i 549 on 165-188-188 i At P. K. Yonge, Caoch Hike Mid Iti annual fall sale of LIQUORS

; When Rodger Bird was In the Kan Kent, Figgis led the Moose Mixed circuit.C. Gutlerrei Mid the Blue Wave breeding and miscellaneousstock

", third grade,he decided bi wanted 5(2 and Lad Padumak set A. Roberts bad 5z8 and Bob would work longer than usual ', with sessions at 1 and 8 ,
I to play football. Luckily, a Tin Service rolled: ( o y a I Brown 495. Lee Green led the today with Thursday's game In pm. 114 s.Phone. Melli St. I

Little League program' wu Just Sanders bad a SM high rolled women with 163-135-175-473. Esther Jacksonville against Holies only. In between, the Florida thor 372-4951

starting hit home town of Mn. Van Leer had 457 and a day off. oughred Farm Managers' Club

Cortra, :. Jerry's had"m- Satul'0 Joyce Nachtrleb 449. ."We worked on defense Tuesday will hold a barbecue and on Prices Good Thru Set. ,

"1 ...'I.e'l'/ good at first!" with the middle game l and a Team No. 1 had a 1770' set ," Gutierrez laid. "Bolles Saturday and Sunday there will

] Bird recall "In fact, they wad alngle. Splits were and Team No. 3 rolled a 61' runs from a jrsrlety of forma be group showings of stock .being

kid about playing only !$ Whltey hurt, Ma- beat game. Splits were made tions." readied for the Florida
to ma
8-MO and 8-7; Elmer ; M. by Mrs. Nachtrleb, 5.7; and Breeders' Sales Co.', Hlaleah.1

, seconds a gams. right from Cannon Insurance,' 1-7; Mrs. Green, 37. Limited Duty sale of J.y ar-oJd, In training Time 'Ji Money
But be was tough Tickle Kevin Fitzpatrick
Barber, Unlveralty'\ 163- Trudie Feather's 481 led the
the start Only once did he com 5-7 and 17. had Thursday Morning Coffee loop will see limited duty on defense, January. SAVE
i home Injured, his mother .a),. Mn while Avis Leilich had 477 and Gutierrez said. Fullback Tom; Included In this year'i Ocala TIME HERE

"Ha cut his knee that Urns when Jeanne Leland led the Lynn Johnson 464. Team No. I Hansen fractured a finger (It also sale will ,be 42 weanlings. 33 OHM
they were practicing In a cow Ceramic loop with and rolled a 1783 series and a 645 has two stitches in It) when I yearlings, light 2-year-olds 8 .... te 10 pin.MM. .

pasture and ha fell on some. "3. Linda Hill had 487 Lou top game, b. struck the wire fence at at. II broodmana.PKY.B. Mrs Tfcui*. ,

zero Field last Friday night. I a... H II ,.m.M. .
Htrd, now s soft voiced speedster Texas' Koy H.[ played the entire game with I Team ... *...
with bulging muscles, has the Injury.

come a long way lines then. Asa Named Santa Fe coach Charlie Roberts In 12.12 Tie
halfback at the University of said Rebel morale Is sky I

Kentucky fca played maJor high following the fine win over GREEN COVE SPRINGS -
Of the Florida High of Tallahassee last
roles la the Wildcat's upsets of Halfbacks Johnny Marvel and
Mississippi and Auburn. week. Old Hickory
Chip Cunningham scored: touch-
Have Praise 4 AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) "They were the most aggresIve t downs here last night to give It PrWS4t.l...rbeaSea9ram's
team we've played RobBoy -
His coach Charlie Bradshaw lea have sidelined Texas the P. K. Yonge B squad a 12- -..-

and his teammates have nothing 4; back Ernie Ray for much "! 12 tie with Green Cove Springs

but pulse for Bird.Alt what),bespeaks JaIl tws).seasons. and the Scouts Bees. 7 Crown
of himself humility gets e i horn' workhorse la doing Marvel reached the end tone I

the better of pride. can to make up for lost on a five yard run, while Cunningham

He'd like to play professional He's so Intent on r Have MeetThe snagged a 20-yard $399

football after college, be says. h. dldnt realize what pass from quarterback Craig

"but It', going to be bird way commotion was about at Alachua Hammond.
to go. I'm only 183 pounds and dly'. practice session I America District Boy The tie left the PKY team
Scouts of swim meet
don't have any great amount ofpeed. photographers told him with a M-l record.
was held it the University of
been picked at Back
It will be tough
Many aren't so lure about Week by The Associated Florida Results pool: recently. To.letter'Serve Our Old end Hew. Custemon -
of The I-foo\.3.\ 235-pound I
that so-called lack sped .1' s
11-13 age group, 1, Troop ,
thought a Texas ", '
particularly the Auburn Tigers
First Presbyterian Church; !,
who saw Bird snag a pass Interception made the selection ...1nu. mop 171, Trinity Melhodlat Jack Simmons

last Saturday and outrace national poll. C1ON ty etfdlf Otvli) I church; 3, Troop 84, First Meth- ,

the whole Auburn team 85 "It klnda surprised, TALKS WITH GATOR edict Church; 4, Troop 1M, P.K INSURANCE AGENCY

yards for I touchdown. told an Interviewer" after" Pepper Rodgers (R) Yonge School PTA; 5, Troop
Bradshaw said the halfback meting "really' and 05, Rotary Club, Keystone

Is a great one "because ha can several times. I Heights. HAS MOVEDfrom t

do so many things", n. He runs w t1 lo I "Ha put on a good Praises : 14 and older. 1, Troop II,
He can throw. He catches the l Coach Damn Royal First Baptist Church; 2, Troop 418 N. MAIN ST.

ball wen and he can punt guess deserved. it Re I 112,St. Paula Episcopal Church, I
crud under pressure Waldo; I Troop 92, First Preayterian TO-

; Royal referred to KO)' FutureFlorida's i Church; 4, Troop 371,

Bowling.Standings. formance In top-ranked trinity\ Methodist Church; I, ,3460 W. UIIIvtrsllJ Av.
n.. victory over Army froop 14, First. MethodistChurch. ,

, I diy. future both aCA- coaches can not go back to college I WHERE THERE'S ALWAYS ,
Koy kept Texas drivel alive demically and athletically, Is a ball that la his feeling. Lansing Price a former Eagle OF
with four, vital fourthdownruns bright one, Quarterback Club He talked with Tatum and Martin I scout and a UF diver, gave. a PLENTY PARKING SPACE

COMMIMIALIS w L and passed Texas out or members heard last nigh I t was given a high push by :demonstration.
MoMrt ..,.I. II a another fourth-down spot; ran from Col. George Simkr for the late North Carolina mentor. '
a... Umtar ....... II a
''I e....... OiiryBwdwflWf ? Ie a windwM M M taM I for both touchdowns while atebig mer Air Force Academy athletic Col. Simler netted his strong
,...... C I
WIlM Orv.. :'": rA 04wwww. up 73 yards rushing, and director. Florida ties. He took training
.(1 .. ........... I. a.I Moon Shot? ticked for a 48-yard average. Col. Simler said football is s at Arcadia, has property In
., .
i Iditllt.M N M..nerM...: :. : 'including a 71-yard quick-kick tremendous sport A star player Bradenton, married a Florida MOWS
:.I M.MIwu ...I ,. ... .1 WM N No, H'a just Americaiatriple which set up Tex.a' final tally. at Maryland while a major girl and has much interest lathe i
.Me TINN. ..: .. :..:...:. a'4 aN
1 Ira Davis
,....m sal ... .. ...... MUMM MM In the Air Force Col. Simler Sunshine State.
, "....r ....... I 11 of Philadelphia reaching. participated In the Gator Bowl
WrnMw IN 0< ... ... .1 a 11i. John Eibner. Gator head
; DeooIIC .. s IIIJuNlea for the moon a* ha limb- lame of 1848 when the Terns scout gave a report on Mississippi IMS N.W. 6Jth St. *ft C-7SI7
era up during a trailing Van Sicklen
and Georgia played a 39-20 tie
w L noting the Rebels' size
I tU""a "M. ... .......... P l ..... at the Tokyo He said former Maryland and
OMwn ..... .... Olympic Village. speed experience !
, AIIIy OwkFM .... .M... i i Top Lineman coach Jim Tatum bad much to I TIRE SALE l
SoiMr* ... I do with the present. Air Force
, .. ........ ..
Golf WinnersAt
Ilk swan .u. 1 i
Ben Martin the
j f/w hM .. .. ..'.. Texans Blank By TOE ASSOCIATED PRESS mentor getting U1i.95
/i..t '
Cs..llIle ..'" Job. tto-'lr 1tr'TttW1'!
i Nebraska beat Iowa State 14- ;;
,. PM." to '". l' Oulu IAwIa. -
II I 'Iff' 00M 'III sawn i ..\- 7 lilt week aad the Comhuikerirobabb I Cot Simler said the Falcons' KeystoneAre
, e al''ilIslIPM Patriot, 7-0 consider themselves first coach former pro lute r T...... .....
saucew L fort naa they don't have to Buck Shaw. Just did not fit in '.00.11 11.75
ONIIM HUM ..,..........tDMIMSVIU.I U In Midget League action yea with the college When ..so-U 12.50
meet Join van Sicklea: again program.
11 ":'::::::.'''. : I I'I terday at the Boys' ,Club the Col. Simler went to the NCAA 7.50x14 15.25 MM 9.95
Mull .. .. ........::...... I aI.N. Texans abut lilt the Patriots Vas Sicklea plays tackle for HEIGHTS Recent 1.00x14 15.95 14.95 10.95
.,..............u.. 1 iayN Iowa State and his ferocious convention to find a new coach, winners/ la golf tourneys at 1.50x14 17." 15.95
Pwr ...... 1 e 74 as Steve Condo IS Vince Lombard), now Green
i' aesuivta.ndi.al.r. yards to >. the lay agasost Nebraska earned the Keystone Heights Country
a. AM-.I. N ewlM.. bins the nod today as the Linn Bay ,. was ,Club have been announced: We
touchdown and Tommy Douglas plus voijhrt
1 awn.. MNl N aNM PNa..IllIcea much interested and ..antedthepolltloa. <
awe If_ 1. added the extra point Alien mm of The Week In The Asaolated In 'a recent match with (

conics. L Pyle recovered a fumble In tileend Press poll of sports writers But Col. Simler laid pro Starke, the team of Mn. J. D. Instant credit TO oil oil Wheel. 1ft"11 CI...... & Repacked 99c

Fir.. WMM4M M. tMM 11 MM to spark the Raiders and broadcasters. Henderson.. Shirley Johns.. Mrs.Ray store o n d
CDrMUit N. t '" II a -- ADJUSTED . . . 9*
--I cords.BRAKES
Pint .... *.> Nfc ICiMnr "'. MtI ,to a 134 whitewash of the Vaa Sicklen. a 118-pound senior Stanies and Mrs. E. store courtesy kIHe

.......... ....-.-..-..... ........,. ,, ;hargers. The other Raiderscore from Walled Lake, Mich, Ralph Davit Martin won. ALIGN FRONT END . . $6.95 '
PIMSIUSNI .. ... came m tilt second '-Uwhen made 11 uaaaaUted tackles and Gertie McRae of Starke took Den ..,.....
.... ... .
,. P I II Fires 554
AdNNI..Cll... PaIlW5M .... M David Prescott: connect helped on six others. He wu a low gross honors sad Mrs Moe No Interest Cumber Caster V Too In.
*.* .... tH. II with Jerry Dowdy for a 88 yardpass such nuisance In the Nebraska Wood low net For Keystone, I' 10 Moetfce to Pay
",... N a l''nuL" Ralph Davis of Busch Save.Ian .
play. Prescott: added theextra backfield that Comhuiker coach Mrs. George Han was best tow OFF YOUR CAR '
rlrl AUNA.f .... I 41 C....,, O.NIMa. point Bob Devaaay said afterwards: led the Friday Mixed and Louise tow I
Ae.u'l CIWIIIIeII N. I a Nyll1.dp League at Palm Lanes with 188188 poss Legsdoa
Dean scored touchdown .
.dlr. Nw I I u wMnnt MNuwi "Via Sicklen forced us to son net
Aav.M CIWItIIM .... II, P1 5.l on the 24 yard rua and most el our pliys outside to 171 554. Frank Jones I I MUFFLERS GUARANTEED fOR LIfE Of YOU CAR I -
till 100 1A ___ Is MMI'MN Diet Rite Cola had W as Vesta Alien took a putting
I ,.... .. a aw .IM ue.... .... another on an Intercepted pass keep sway from him. contest while Mrs. H. E. Hus-:
did Rich Stolankl, KattfsBar.
," to lead: the Bean to a JM victory
NMOAY MIXIO w L ever the ...... High praise Indeed from an say aad Mrs. Stan Lacosta were i

rww Mew ......... 11. opposing coach> for a usually Ekaaor Todaro of bat la a stotgua tourney. BRAKES RELINED
turned Speak Easy Motor
.... ..... .....:............ 11 Outstanding play was unsung ben of the Use Ills owe The aanual. grandmothergranddaughter Tun..up
... .......... ... II 0 II by Toy Baas and Raymond .M the woman with 498 while
wwlii.' :::::::::::::: : ie.rlo C1tt.......; Steve Hanks, Mike coach, day Staptttoa, praised Edna Jones, Diet. Kite, had 438 event went to pest. ... ..... ........

... Shannon, and Allan Jacibs- hint. tee.Goifenfl. aM 'Baa Farmer, Sorority Mrs WUUan Lae. am grass;
..., MIdi .......... I aced Mrs. LaCosta, low net. lathe $3tS.$4'S
.......... .. __ ..... IIII Browns; ....HIndnJ and JohaBox < TrsMfer ft ..... 436.Stolarsll .. 14.95 19.95
Play 8-ftata ... The U-eole
i and Pyle ef the Raiders: lad a 213 top gamewhile
-J.i. = '
I = : ::: .
*-7i" Hank Morgan and David' Sneed- Both the aiM and 18 hole Mn. Todart/s 177 was winners were Vancua Ketch, 20.000 MIlt 10.000 MIll 6 cyI' 8 cyl's.G.st.a .
I .... Sraw *"**. ? .,- ,Chargers; Joey Rabbits and troupe at IN Gainesville. Golf "Mghfer" UN weoMa.Dtrt.RtteCeii .. tow gross: and Sue Dwyer. law
.Man. ..ew/r1.. .. Own J t--PM...I.C r1 I 'II C'von Me11rIMI Bryant Newsome-Patrlota; sad and Country CM will continue I" had II 1837 'set Mrs Dwyer tied with Mrs .ee4 c......... PM P....

"" to erlewt, Aw'......". I Ceorga Holstoa and Steve An-their monthly toumameatsrhundayita series and Speak Easy aid a Ray Stones aad sea a pIaJea.I .
....... bp
..,- iT 0514 I rlll>>TUIIII. ;. ..-. ,.. rI1 ..... .w I -

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i Wedneadey.. October 7, 1964 Gelneivllle Sun 11 .


BUSINESS I.> TM. ttM 'Copter Crashes
=T -
fA High Low Close Not CM.U .
Roils HS.97 '".It 145.17 Up .10

REVIEW V \ 15 Industrie S95.73 S84J54 ...." Off 2.91 Into

SO Stocks 520.SS 5I4.6 517.11 Off 1.41 Viet Cong


1 Dew Jones Stock Averages STOCK FLASHES
Unit Kills Yanks
Readers' Previous Day I I 2nd Hour I 1

Request 67S.01 30 Induat. YORK AP) The against a favorable background
I .1 up 1.21 I NEW ( -' news SAIGON. South Viet Nam, Rescue forces arrived shortly

211.44 20 RIlls off O.n stock market nosed higher early keyed to predictions of (AP) A U.s. Arm'beUeopter, before dawn and the Viet Cong
Ttw Mlewlni nwM r. ..,$ 191.42 15 Util .1 up 0.35 with five Americans and a Vietnameso attack broke off. Seventeen defenders -
E SSSSSar-1....e start Trading was moderate. at General Motors.
I : : : STOCK LISTINGS aboard was shot down I were killed and four
. 311.57 65 Stocks J up 0.29 I However the advance.. i ir The rubber mall orders d
In flames 13 miles west of Saigon were missing.
Pierce Wulbenl,Murphey 4,120,000 I Volume I 2,270,000 regular. It mostly reflected retail, farm Implements and today crashing the midst I On the political front a member -
selective Issues chemical all
to were high
NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE McG Hill ,.,,__,,,.in..m .... 35 Alice Land.....,........,...16 I strength which groups of a powerful Viet Cong unit. of Viet Nam's ruling military -

Mead Corp 1.70 46% Aner Fidel LIft .,. ._... 24% Redwing Carriers -.*_..,? 10% broke among through these Ford to .Motor new high. er.Utilities, oils metals, rails, An six men aboard the belt, Iriumverate flew off Into

II Abbott Lab 2.40 Merkd 100 43% Aroer >Heritage l _.,,...- 24 jRIc Group ............ 3% Generally tin market moved airlines and tobaccos: were copier were presumed killed. political exile today, loweringthe
Allied Chem 1.10 53% R. _. Ground troops who fought: possibility of a new
[Sperry Wts. _' 6 somewhat mixed.In coup
Nat Alrl JO 54 Amer Mat Ins ___ 21%
their to the burned wreckage
Amerada '
pt 2.00 441Am way attempt against Premier Nguy
. Syntax 51 Its Ford cracked
E1ec Pow USb 454 N Y Ceod -50g47% Aner Pioneer Life I Late Morning spurt. : found three bodies char'en Khanh's government

J Amer Ena _._ UOa ItI Nta M Pow 100 ftt% Anodyne .,... ......., -3% Tampa Eke ->...,....,?_. 26% through Its former record high red beyond recognition. The other Lt Gen. Tram Then Khlem
Tech Measur 19H of 59% by about three-fourths of
I Amer Hone Uta 15t % Norfolk W _. '.11I 134% Citizen Bank ,??.,? ?,_., 37 TWA Wts _N___ 26% N. Y. Listing a point In active trading. three bodies could. DOt be told a newsman he did not knowIf
I Amer M. rely __ .10 II%. No Ind P S 1.48 64% Conn U Pow .____ 37% Chl'pl(found. he would back but that
Valspar ?........,?,??,?..,,,.,..., 7% AllisChal 23 Honw 122% ler nicked to recent come
. Armco Stl 3.00 73%. While It was presumed they
I No Nat Gas 1.80 54% Cowles Mag Ic PbU;. .-. 12% Alcoa 61% IntHarv 84 bounded about a point oa vigorous he would be out of the country
Alch Topka __ 1.2Oa 33'1. MUTUAL FUNDS also had been killed, there was
Baxter Lab .38 27V. Olin Math 1.20 43% Dunn Bradst ,.....-_-... 60 AmAir 45%! IntNIck 85% demand I'some possibility they had survived for at least three months Officially
Affiliated Fund _...._ Khlem la to
9.26 going
The Associated Press
Beckman In __ 68% Owens D G 150 1073Pac Florida Cat _,._ 10'% AmCan 44% IntPap 35% averageof and were captured by the
Capital Life ft Gr 10.24 Europe to thank those countries
80 stocks at 0.4
noon was
FTa Nat Bank _, --.S4 AmCyan 80 JonesftL 84% up '
Beech U S 1.10 53% G A E 1.00 331Pac Viet Cong
Bristol My .10 471 Liana 140 30% Fla Tele .._..___ 27% Divers Growth _..__ 10.20 AmMot 17H KaisAI 32% at 327.5 with industrials ahead Ground troops who fought which: have supported VietNaID"
Forrest Labs _. .._ 21 Dividend Snares ..IIDrefus ATftT OlHKen'cott 9S .9 and rata and vtlUUea un anti-Communist war.
Brown Shoe 3.40 Pac T T 120 38% their way to the burned wreckage
__ 21.36
Brunswick 6% Pan Amer A 1.20 28% Founders Life 9% AmTob amUgftMy 86% changed.The found the bodies of.two
I Franklin Life .__. 58% Fidelity Csplt _._ 11.74 AmpxCp 31' Locb'd: 38 Dow Jones Industrial average '
Camben S 2.40 35% Parte Day 1.00 27% Americans, but the other AmerIcana LBJ Too
,.. _. Fidelity Fund -_ 8.64 Lorfllard 44% at noon was higher by .
Carter Pdt 1.00a 17% PeMlOil.. 160 42% Great American 12% Anaconda 54% and the Vietnamese observer -
t ...... Fidelity Trend _._._ 14.71Fud'tal 30% 121 at 474.35.Standard .
Case J I 21%. Pfizer __ .... 49 I Grolier ._- 30% Armour 50% MII'vo1 were mll.ln,.
Invest __ 11.51
3.00 Gulf Life ___ 52% ACL 7t% MMftM 56 and Poor's SOO-stock
I DC 721: PowerfulBarry
Cessna AJr 1.00 Z9% Phelps It presumed the four
Chen OhIo __ 4.00 77%. Polaroid .20 1S2 1 Herff Jones ......................_ 15 Income of BostonIncorporated 1.17 Babcock M:! Mohasco 15% -huU- -IlkavlM.-- was livid -III.'I missing was men were _killed, butbobDad
Home Ins ., .,,,,, 69% Inc 10.11 BO 42% Mw1O.v. noon t.. at Mr.
E G 36
Cons S Gas 31% Pub SV % ? ????? m.-.m '
was some possibility they
I N Keystone K-2 _._..,. 5.85
.: 160 Kennasaw Life ._.__ 10% BethStl 41% MontWd 40% All 'the averages I
Oil 59%
_.. ._ 1.I0b 42'% Pure
CBS "' had survived and -
were captured
Keystone S-3 _......__.. 16.91Keystone
Life of Fit ..._ 8% NatDalr 82% around all-Uma peaks.
__ 1.00 Boeing 17'4
Comb Eng ..: ..: 1.20 31K Rayonler 431 --- the Viet
I -- W by Cong.
LoftS ...,... 19% NatDlst 27% the ol[
Company Borden 77%
__ Mb 87
Rexan %
Comsat __.., 30
Corp. steel ofg A second also By JACK BELL
Life Investors _..._..., 10.65 helicopter was
N.AmAv 49% istues I
Electron 11% ,
Cone Mills ; ___ .10 19% Reyn Meta .50 341 Milgo Brunswk 1% pacesetting flaw downed but Its WITH GOLDWATER IN NEW
N'' '" [Life Stock Fund _.... 10.65 nearby, crew
Mort Ins _. ...._ 25% 59% small
20% Rich Merr __ 1.00 57 Guaranty CaterTr 37% Penney changes were
Cont AJrI _
I Contd IDa .. .....;. UO.411 59f. R C Cola ,.?,.....,....,..... 1.20 31% Pacific SW Air _._ 33% Mass Inv Stock _. 17.29 Celanese 6JH PRE 39%. with a good number on the. ; reportedly survived and was JERSEY (AP) -.Ian. Barry
M.... Inv Growth __. 920 Ooldwstor new into New Jersey
Contrl Data _...._ 56% Roy Dutch 1.73g 49% Schlitz Brew?__ .?__..., 41'' Chrysler 80* PepCola 57% downside. repairing the aircraft for a
Com Pdta 1.50 57 Searle GD __ .90 65% Secur: Life ft Tr _...,.-. 63% Pioneer Fund -_..".._ 10.28 CocaCola 134% PhlMor 79% Prlcelwerthlalltrlllmoclarate flight back to Its base today .to ton a cheering
2.00 88% Southern Nltro. __,, 24% Puritan Fund 9.73 CorEd 54% PhlUPet 53% trading on the American I breakfast audience al Atlantic
Delta Air __ 1.60 53'4Dot
Putnam Growth _.__ 1621 The two helicopters. armed City that It Is "not safe" to
Travelers Ins _.._ 45% ConEdla 86% RCA M Stock Exchange.
I Steel -:. ... .60 14% Smith Kin 1.20a 63% TV ft Else ..,.... ,., ,. 6.46 with rockets" and machine guns have M much available
? power
__._ 45 ? ? 49% mixed.
!Sou Cal Ed 1.05 34% Travelers Ins ContCan 41% RepStl Corporate bonds were
Emerson EI _.. 1.00 44V. Union ft Inv. 10% Value LInt Inc ,..,7.. ......... 5.86 % Revlon 38% bonds had been providing strafing to President Johnson.layod .
DowChe 74 were
Security U.S. government
100 65
Fair Camera __ JO, 23% St. 011 Cal % ?
N Wellington Fund _.__ 13.62 NEAL support for a small operation by The Republican pnaIdIIItlal
Finan' red 411Fst SL 011 Ind lOOb 85% AMERICAN duPont 278 ReyTob unchanged.: .
Vietnamese ground troops. Other nominee,whoa addna was d.
Chartr __ 197f 31% Sterl Drug .65 27% STOCK EXCHANGE NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS 35 StRogP 32%
helicopters to the flight saw because ho besieged.
Texas Util 120 63 Aerojet-Gen 29% VeL Ctese Kodak 121 Seaboard 58
Fst. W\s& Fin.- 13% ?? ????-?????? Cemp. Caaage machine
bunt flame
Seek fete
GIlt by autograph seekers pledged
1.40 50% Anatex __ 27% Firestone 44% Sean 124% They'll
__ .90 231FMC Corp
Food Fair 182,600 Chrysler 59% off 1H
N and tulle tote rat midst of the that U ho to elected be will reduce
FlaPw Sltt Sinclair
Tidewater 35% Aqua Chem ___ 16%
Corp ___ 1.00 58 133,500 Ford Motor 59% % .
up below. tilt of the
preilfancy -
enemy .
Frito Lay _._..._.. 40% Trani W A 48% Aurora Plastics ..---.26% 167,300 RCA 33% up % FlaPftL 83 Socony 85% Rural Votes ,The small not fin powers ha said. have
hellcopton which
GrN Tele .... N___ .88 34% Union Pac1.60a 43% Barnes Engineer .............. 19% 78,400 Sunshn Mng 30% off 2% Ford 00 SouthnC 88FrmstDa .bite. the Viet Cong for tear ef to dangerous ,
Und AIr L 1506 10% Butler Shoe __.., 11% 11. Sperry 14% grown proper
Ga Paclf ___ _.. l.OOb 55 -??? Gulf Sul 2
N ,3110 Tex 63% 'ona.Ooldwater.
Getty Oil _....N........._ .10, 27% Upjohn -._ 1.00 51% Chromaloy .-..._... 14% 60,409 Gen Dynara 38 up% FreptSul 43H StONJ 87%. For Johnson hitting an* Amuses survivors.position
Grace Co. ..._.... .. l.OOb 55% Jim Walter 26% Cinerama ....',-,...n.----_,... 4% up FruehTr 32% Studebak 8%. tlalloopttn. and tighterbombers said that as mat-
.N. Pac Tin 11% 1%
Hel Curtis ..... .__ .60 14% War Lamb _._ .70 31% Computer Set _......._ 24 up GenDyn 38 Swift 81%. TALLAHASSEE Six prominent pouncIad VIet 011I tort stand under Johnson the
IBM __.N.__ 5.00 425 Worthlntn 1.50 47 : CUtter Labs. A _._. 11'4 53,900 Burndy 11% up % GenEl 8*.%. Texaco 86 area men have been ..... around tilt site but exocuttvt branch It running the

t- lot Mln C __.__._,,1.808 11% Zeros ..._...._...,..??.,.. .127% Data Control __ U" 51,100 Eastern Aid 34 % up % GenFdI4 ThIokol 13% ed to a 22- member, statewide avoided the crash. site.. Itself, government. Hi said there had
Int Tele ___ 1.00 56% Zenlsh _" I." 68% FIll_ JncIa _...__ n.Gta 47,300 Gen Motors 102% up 1% GenMUls 44 UCarb 121 Rural Americana for John.. Aboard. the burned helicopter bean "...,.tIoD" of ,the authority '
.801 47%! OVER THE COUNTER : Develop __ 4" 37,400 Raytheon 16 off % GenMtri 102 UnltAIre 88%. Committee.1 I were three American officers, of Congreof
Kellogg N_ ........ 36.109 Harvey Alum 18% off H .. two enlisted.. men and the YIlt- ''
TIle W Goodrich 57 UnivMat 15% It
NIW Will SAP> lax IOIIIt Mkts .._._ lei" Thai much not safel'Inf
Lehman CP _..... 1.346 30 I Old power
raw .*.. .. ..... NNd.. M They are Fred Fletcher.
33,700 Water Bra PC 20% off % observer. who
namois Troops
Litton In _.. 19tt 76% N........ A..cIMNA ed e.Cwaraa 0MI0 Mackey AIrlines 7 Goodyr 47% WestgEl St% Hal Matosa Lake Butler around for ana man to
Lone S em __ 1.00 21% Ioc.. as lilt NprMaa ideal AwF Mud'Johlllon _.____ 11 JWOO OccWntal Fie 33'% off % Greyhnd 21% WlimDU 38% ; state entered the area said. the gumsand use. the Artaona senator said.Goldwatar .
and tanner senator
Marsh Fld 1.60 47 ol KltoTC... rwt M are"W*elm"*SAWS X* 5,515 5555". Pie NW TIle __. 32Pbl1lpe % 31,900 Loral Elect ,8% ouch GulfOll 51% Woolwth .29% attorney Edwards rockets of the helicopter war embarking on
.... .... IM .r ; U K. ,
HM tan* kw ) had been destroyed ta the an.I .
Martin M __.. 1.00 18% .- /.MO, Elee _. 4S .AMERSTKEXCR state senator sad cattleman.ttmberman series of appearances to New
ACTIVE: STOCKS Plan Fund : M. ... ......", Key I The pace of. war etoewbere. ta Jersey calculated .to draw Republicans
the nattoa also remained hot. together under his
YOUR MONEY'S WORTHSales Velame CUM Caaage atom. Heights tUttUM mu. The Saigon gorarnmaat .. eoatervatrfiMffiitr.Rep. .
151.. Fotochrome 12% 2 save; Louis. ,Wedsworth, Live I .:? ,
up For Blind T.Me, IIIt a MUton Glens, R-N.J,
: Oak publisher. ,' and Dr.: L.I 0. .lVlet
44.309 PancoasUl 1% ouch .
Cong aspath #filet sounded. lilt keynote for Coldwatar's
Incentives 42.109 Cinerama 4% up %! DAYTONA BEACH (AP) Landrum, Lake filly plgnleIsLColin attacked district capital near Invasion of the state

31,109 Atlantic Thrift 1% up H|The Florida Council for the Engflsh SroTallaha the Cambodian frontier about when be said thai be and the

25,100 National Pete 4% off K Blind today made plans. to raise see, chairman of lilt oeramlttoe, 148 miles west of ....... presidential nominee "differ on
J ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS ".000 for examination or treatment said the group' was organised. toencourage Softening up defenses for hues but basically wt art Rt-

Purchases _____ of on tile waiting rural residents to "
? 417,676 persons nearly aa hour with fin from publicans. _
By Sylvia Potter ". ; Short Sales m.n.u..m..... .,. list support the Johnson Administration. "heavy mortars and 17mm rtooluoss Glenn urgedparty members

.. : Other Sales 367.311 The council board sold. here cannon the Communists to "quit talking about our dlfrerencet -
Here are two shopping Bsti. for strictly personal oat. '". utue mat can DO done wen a Total Sales' _,_ Tuesday an appeal for fund "The President ta aympathe. hurled up to 490 men\ In and start talking about

each containing seven items. all our programs says If. ibis psrmntage.5.That ,would be made to groups Interested tic to the needs. at IN farmer several' waves at about 188 government tilt dWeroncet between us and
Which was prepared by a woman Wallace Morgan .-ralllll-]! leaves the. large middle PREVIOUS DAY'S to problems of the bund toaa and supports' farm .poHetosand troops.I President Johnson.'*.
It and which by a man? ager of JPL, "Menu for personal group-approximately 70 per STOCK MARKET effort to clear mt bScklo.The natural neuoureuproIrsa,0'
,4t List one: mink-trimmed cash- use are likely. to rank far! eent-who can be stimulated Into Advances 536 board and GOT. rani which are ta the kit htorest

j', mere coat; pillow cases: panty down the list" Intriguing Is doing a better Job by Incentives. Declines: ?.,.._. --,-,-..T, 517 Bryant attended eunmoatas of rural America," h said.'
girdle;, ironing board; 50- the fact that, .In the two groups "This group consists ef Unchanged ... 309 marking the start of work aa anew Stoat ,'GOP to Put Stress

piece set of silverware hairdryer studied, only men ordered salesmen who are capable and Total Issues ,- rehabilitation cantor and a hi viot ihali naa I

'. ; Raggedy Ana .doll mink-trimmed coats and man adequately trained. But they New 196X4 Highs 72 connecting residence hall to east of the. Rural ...... ,tar

List two: electric lantern; also chose more hair dryers must be motivated .by things New 196344 Lows ---: ,. 10 8500,000.: Jchnsoa Committee. :
i which their Cuba-in Miami
ball pipe wrench set; than the women. capture imaginations On
J ,
A second obvious point Is the and appeal to their egosto
pillow cases; ll%-foot ladder utilitarian much I exert their maximum efforts. URGES SAFETY CHECK
; Handyman's Book; road race and emphasis I. Pillow on cases were the I, .", Morgan's... point I MIAMI (AP) -Republicans Bosch to gotttaf ap a ajar chest

ft set. most wanted 1iDI1t..item by ill that while a basic and equitable wen expected bring tile Cuban Proceeding oatath with plans
5, If -logicallyyou put a both men and women and compensation plan Is mo I Winter Fires I Ira of the. presidential tilts twi to till fwioMtaaary
"female" label on the first list blankets were high on both first essential, money win ,not Stop Early campaign to this exile canter today aIIIanca.....ET-_;Quo

and a "male" tag on the second lilts. Dlimerware and kitchen. do the Job alone "and yon even- whan anU-Caatn ptotttogla mtua oxpesj .'Ctottorresodfram
logic led into .being delayed timeible. .Jienoyt, .... Jitaml
you proceeding
your appliances wen popular choic bully reach a point where off bar before It can causa trouble.
The best time to fight fire Is cigarette Is completely out I
100 cent wrong. Every May to A spsl.seaell .. tilt
per ering! more dollars not re-
es. before it starts. fore discarding.: Donl smoke If fin start, .than an live *
selected aafcf. 1bttme .
In the first list was group, Jatajata
item I silt ta a significant Increase lethe Rep. WUaam Miller OOP
dtrecttothehome In any selling organization, barns .... Important steps to ..... Oat wlsfroIs
by salesmen engaged In Morgan men will be a tadhrldual'i production.' Pettts associate agricul to bed or dasty vice presidential candidate, was It gatttaf etoaar

sates of consumer Il says graup-U to 15 per cent Tile maw lM5 m prise catalogue ltraly engineer, Florida Agricultural ings or near gasoline or other everyone out sad. away from scheduled to address a rally ta gobhg II III Bull lolls Qabe.

goods as !thenprtaes ta -at the top who art "..If<
1 1 a merchandise Incentive program ers, who do a superior Job because and rye been scanning It I :says that now before wont. beta from the aaanat tolaphone lies win attend Including: veterMS -

put on by their comI of IbeIr desire to get admit tt-the ordinary amount ,comes, to the time to thoroughly oily or paint patlarod or mate tan mmoonegoat of the Bay of Pip Invasion.Less .

pany. Every Item In the aec- ahead and to make more money of cash bonus offered to a :I check aB equipment rags to a dosed metal contain for beta. Try ta keep litfronI than six. months.., aHe
> ond list was chosen by saleswomen or Just because of their self. tales. competltkM woaldntertoc 1 I Mfl CHBIIIMJfl Both should. be er. Carry and store flammable On spreading. at roe can revolutionaries wan aradtottog

." In' a similar program pride... more. dollars most.. not rekave ,cleaned regularly. Keen curtains liquids only .to metal. safetycans. without risking your Ufa. that anti-Castro warfare LadyBird

I conducted by another com-' There will be another small to appeal ef of maufttopkfred I and clothes away fromheating Don't rertel a boater or Help the. fire evpartment get would be well under way by October.

I, PanXI group-also 12 to IS per cent pictures of Kerns I equipmentNational machinery wane it', stia hat water and move equipment .. .

Any sales commission or cash bottom who "will do Just ,...... Ira aa addia. ... Frt P r u v alUoB Never use gasoline for clean. dhct d. Take steps to protect' Some exiles attribute mt ..

bonus may be considered a aenough to get .by and there Is chtoo to a Ztopees r.Loan' Week, now ta progress, calls ing. property agataot weather damage .Is to totenigeaot reports tad Wowing'EmAil .
Incentive of course butV Replace ,.,.." equipmentYankeetown after mt fine It out ,
l sale II mod mat aO wiring fuses, eating tht cases .toteraal. sttavattaalt .
growing steadily has been the atleh, exteaslen mesh aot ripe enough. lor aaaprlstog.

merchandise incentive program- Tobacco .... and tcfIIpIna dl46dd Seeks. A ........... aft*
under which salesmen competefor be thoroughly checked. Be tarn ta ths pneldsatlal. seer.
prizes which they them sure they an the corroxl type .
.ttoat also was reported a (actor.
selves choose from a special also and eondKloa to da the

catalogue. Peak to*. Htver leave bar. wire Aid .
At tote mt tuml
Levy Repair Thrust fcrsgr aaam
Increasing executives sabers agree.01 marketing that- QuantityWASHINGTON :....... .thaagtog sails MOM hat ,ABOARD TW) .-LADY Alter BttOfTOALAF ".

Be rare every match and i bbtaaal dM Coed ftfWMMtsatitoaVl
this method of special promotion BXONSOM Levy CoaatiaaUsgaftoa Tat heart agreed to atstat wad nod
(AP) -A yea visions to ms tobacco program I ta IxDe, a gnap that spawaadabaat ad dq00nd5
can stlmuIM sales at every of Bat .eared and e--' 1"11"1 ysst.., I .,temporary rtbef of the watoiMM I ttl UNjHlBmTM
quantity bangai ..... to ball the the Urn revolutionarylaaaar
,Jottaasa bur ........
level manufacturing wholesale bufley tobaccos, major ciga Political from Taheaded ......., ... "| Is, f vaiBwaj d eswasageju Maaud faltol to '
retail Salesmen apparently ret ls and amoktof types, has IIfC aoct.rtle"-u tI an SlIp. ly Coanty Jaiga WSwai, g| ..g ...ttatt lawer*, 'lee loaf a premise Ray. to be ta- = Southan tsar was "!sours.MTie .

( like this term ef Incentive because accumulate* under .the governDent's .r. Asddes, vs. ..i. N II I sate DIM ta spared aeetr*,
sdW aMt Cuba 21. Tatarapproved
by May
they can exhibit their price support program Georgia and Florida growersof Debate At "'* ........ ....., tog to ttamattoat by Wels1.I ) by a worUwtaa intkailtaai af ale crowd
prjes while the cash they 1 ant tar lit ....... Rlvof 1. P5/cm. Y....... Wetted mt Flnt Lady's wavoi.taf .
Asa oared tobacco curreas- title rrfsrondum reputed.r .
miht win may be quickly An Agriculture Department --,. hotiafaetJoaateawsrdtma.Boraray ., taupe at I atrved enrrra
and forgotten. A significant report shows that as ef Sept 1. \T are ctaleagtog. to the mute UF Tat hoard agreed to make 8raaafartw4|8\8M ftam has mea, messy err U. 1sp ...... CMIII

f spent stimulant Is the fact that ,368 million pounds ef fJueov a II per cent cot to acreage aMmonta >> Tonight ....., ,.,..,. II ........ eat Betel aad swats IbM ta, ......... ,,..... ...... II... .lkleSspp

DM' whole family can be draws ed tobacco sad 198 million erdered. ly tocretaryat J DIM ta Taniestoaw to eaahtoreeiaonto Oat Ftot aad ........ Fed I .I.' Wo are-.prepartog a giganticlanitlia. .days -
pounds el barley remained endcf > Malay Wry and Democrat.tsrUU and from h said Jorge Mss who
competltioo via the prise Agiliomn ChIlI Freemen to epuMleg npssr at OioWgeasag lUarphtftmmoatot aa011tr tfaira'ol
Into catalogue and family parttripe- price Plppflrt. eMMlWhat tit M64 tar Ralph. TtsrttogtoawSi fir homos e".. 8M seatCfWll af 8ht arty ftotal year. .h ta charge. of pabtte retettena.B Hato LsataVana

; boll can be a crucial factor lea happened? Aa toeronsita BO crop ...... words to a peBtteal wield imfffV tat nil MaV the hoard .,.,.... aa aitoBstaka the not be Immediate. '"What ,who misaaj ataiiatBtoasOamatntlt

promotion's success. Adding prodnctlen acre has more The Florida and Gurgle debate at the UWversJty 11- and spllpatr uuM r an. atat far Chist- N eamsa, It win mu.... 'whta, .'......
per lleshh Center ........ take off otter .... beaker art Ceaacfl.saaa Mat said ae believes the of- rr.w.a la...
dignity to a campaign the this offset dedton to rigid ae- growers eensead mat their .... jobs. dry > ua weed take
that the catsbgoa shows ,. aik1teM kg eeed Weal .ml Tim ssnm to ojimmtiil byhnaer Board msmhsrs cttod other ... W. ammsad, w 1 t ks.s.e6haitael fire trill occur to IsaL rour. .... .
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fact flit
r Mesh SIsA WkN 4ih.Nd lhrw elhie ...... ....
pines to terms of peknte nerd lit...... .. II ... .. yet siml runt far lewd areas ta 8as esaaty weds Netead. Canal Caaerlta lie .... w '.... WI
id to win and tea tot specify pnIII& __.. r "'- mR 8Jml....'V M ml amW 6jHsrto .. aeeaasr of ssenartda ..., ass U hipsanY. .. ........ ..: .... ........OBvaaBoyoff1goaaihtarraatotata. atl _+ &..J1....
PV awaaa of8as Wps.asf. .
rd .U1.l. m.d CE' r---- .
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the price.bovi of enisew N chat- ftrwcIa r yrrs slay -.- amilBBi}; = .are. ... &ma &.- aa..r. wt II tier hour.b e6.1.. I..== '.a, tt g. Army art toartogLaataAaiat1eaieeUBgsa '.. ac...., ami ftowar5

Tb from the U68 torn caav .tsl.oes ....... 1IIrtII1I ..., ....-g I fI'IIIII&. GOP ........ A ....... .. sshlptsdr ., GIIiIIMIIII.tri... rAN Catafaort ; ....J.. %

ea loP fl "... Plait ao..ttw.d mrxeers .ute anw of rte f'M.keNt r tY ..a.. ,.... Ito baud =-: r Itoto ? ... III.. ...... tees t.. eve.,.at..... aeatkoro wes" at .. fret

0i fIt, .DS d r tier else c::puss: 4g .... II Ara ArOrs c- r lied ups' AN::a: = aa .our ___ vetr. ssJian, Bay 4 ..
eorleaom b .the a.rekrik. aei may sawnaqraahf r II .....,. ....., ... of .pres.talve., d deawlsI. tireless oA I 'r aarlt :, p eel a8 ijmaaajiaiaiwiaBBiiof BMlMm.4Ul t- & ;.

incentive fIeIII. What d. Ike off lrYrheeee and reI f.Wv 4 UvW* 4 B_ yVMffV- SHMnlosl j Oat ..nar ride of 8w do- side of .... load 48)) from hg-_ .... ... Pat r ., Caaaat .... to flat U J.armai T_ ale Psrfrlr Osy

choices indicate? d I lator to sse tint Ira pet II bat 14 'IiII& II to a tie dolt law ... .. awaos as a leMtuasry. I semved a -...... ovall.

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.sdey. October 7. 1964 Gainesville Sun 19

Poll of States Has Lyndon by Landslide WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE!

. Don't chance a heater that won't work!
Call today for our pre-season special!
Nrm Hark fflim** Johnson; 14 others are leaning: polls; on the known history and One Is that Democratic, their party, or because they are I kansas, California, Connecticut,I II
By TOM WICKER strongly toward him. political trends of some of the apathy and overconfidence, together convinced Goldwater will b e I the District of Columbia, Iowa,I
two states, Mississippi and t states; and on such corroborating with lukewarm feelings beaten without their votes going Maryland Massachusetts, Michigan -, H EATERSCLEANED
NEW YORK Exactly four Alabama, are generally considered -. factors as figures on new about Johnson, will reduce the against him. Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada
weeks before election day Nov. certain to vote for Gold-. registrations, newspaper en- Democratic voting potential On Even such factors as these,, New Jersey, New York,
3, Lyndon B. Johnson was the water: eight others are tending dorsements, and the attitudesof the other hand. Goldwater's en- however are not expected to I Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,I II
most overwhelming choice to toward him. other candidates towarc d thusiastic shock troops can be overturn the safe leads Johnson I South Dakota West VI r g 1 nla
win the presidency since Thomas in eight states, including] Johnson and Goldwater. relied on in many states to get seems to have built up In Ar- and Wisconsin.RESTAURANT I
E. Dewey at the same stage four in the South, the.race Is Even the established gambling !- every potential Goldwater voterto
of the 1948 campaign the polls.Another .
about even. odds support the conclusions
Therein may lie a warning to The stufy also indicated that of the study. The latest factor that come FEATURE Call now before the first ONLY
the Democrats. Yet, even Dewey neither of the two elements of established national betting lute to the senator's aid may Is the so- cold snap to ovoid fighting,
never enjoyed the kind of Goldwater's campaign strategy Is 7 to 1 on Johnson. called "underdog WEDNESDAY a balky heater when thetemperature
lead that every seems likely to work out as he Nowhere except in the literature ; ) tumbles end 25
that Is, a candidate being beaten
reliable to hoped.He of the Goldwater camp cana as badly as Goldwater seems SOUTHERN 1 servicemen ore swampedwith $5
die at o r now New York had planned to built his political researcher find any to pick up support from those emergency coils
gives John- "base"on a sweep of the south- suggestion that the Arizona who either like underdogs or CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE
son-and DewTime. ern states and a virtual sweepof senator can defeat the PresJ- FRIED' CHICKEN
feel that a vote for a sure loser
ey's the small western states. In dent-and reports from' many HEATER CLEANED H* 1% MM. Tea
upsetby :will
not change the outc o m e
Harry S. ExclusiveTruman Fact, of the 11 southern states, states indicate that defeatismIs IVCD WITH VIGCTAIlfV HOI ItOUJ ANI It'll
j anyway.
was a he seems safe only In two, beginning to seep through UTM Stock tod
tame eventcompared leads in two more (Louisianaand Republican ranks. Finally, It is probably that ALL YOU USED HEATERS 20 ft-
with South Carolina), trails in However many analysts, despite -Goldwater will ultimately get :
the shock that would hit politI- three (Arkansas, North Carolina .the polls and the atmosphere the support of numbers of diehard SPECIAL PRICES HOW ON NEW HIATUS
cal analysts, poll takers and and Texas), and is running of Democratic victory, or "brass collar," Republicans CAN EAT
neck-and-neck in Florida Georgia are reluctant to predict flatlya who now say they will
officials if Sen.
party Barry Centrol Heating Oil Furnaces . $7.50
Goldwater were to a Tennessee and Virginia.' landslide for Johnson. And defect to Johnson. In the final Serwd ..... 4 ,.... ta a...' :yl
victory this year.Goldwater' In the West Johnson Is near many believe that in the re- analysis, many of these Repub- CALL ,FR 2-9561
than Goldwater maining weeks of the campaign leans l
er a sweep will probably vote as they
advisers are DOt who Is safe in none of the reg- Goldwater may gain ground. have either because of loyalty C. B. 60HANNON. JR.
In the agreement on how to close on's states, and leads only in Some shy away from predictions rear for, the! smashing,_of
between him and
gap the -
Arizona, Idaho and Wyoming. of a landslide because of -
President. Some In his camp New Mexico Is a toss-up. the generally unsettled political -. i
think only an unforeseen b 1 e The other elements of Gold- situation. Goldwater's c aDd 1.
break can win for him. Others -water's strategy was to add dacy, which la unusual in its
hope to see him alter his four his conservative Ideology
major states to pre; strongly
campaign. sumed base in the South and and In his own unorthodox techniques NOTICE
Here Is the situation that West-Ohio, Illinois, Californiaand I has upset or threatens
emerges from a close study of Texas. Today, he Is considered many of the traditions and
49 states and the District of Columbia "dead" in California, trailing guideposts of American poll l All
(no extensive reports in Ohio and Texas, and no tics.As
from Alaska were available); I better than an even choice In the most obvious example TRUCKOWNERS
seventeen states and the'Illinois (some polltakers say he entered the campaign as the
District of Columbia, with a to- he Is behind In Illinois, too.), favorite to carry the usually '4
tal of 252 electoral votes, only These conclusions were bas Democratic South, but is run- BIG VALUE : .. '
I 18 short of the necessary majority ed on reports from correspondents ning behind In traditionally Republican I '
i apparently are sure to go to of the New York Times, state such II'. Ver '
I each of whom'reported the mont.
: views of leading political fig- I Moreover, some-analysts believe '
Says Ruby :ures In the states; on published Goldwater will fain In the
J polls, both national and late stages of the campaign due Vstone r { BUY '

Mixed UpOn ;statewide; on some private to three factors'._ i ,

Decorator Styled BRAND NEW 4-PLY NOW I

ReportDALLAS !

Tex. (AP) Jack d
Ruby believes the world still DRAPERY FABRICSDISCOUNT ,
thinks he helped kill President ,
,( John F. Kennedy despite the ..
Warren Commission's report,
r his chief lawyer Clayton Fowler

said Tuesday. 2 $24 : R.

Fowler told Ruby In the coun-
ty jail that the commission PRICES
found he had no part In the
assassination and not In-
\\cl! 1 in any nay with Lee I for =r- I firtftontNYLON

Harvey Oswald, the accused or sr.w '
assassin whom Ruby shot Nov : -

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'I i ); i{ I ':, WI : / i iI Defeat for GOP in Nov.
Gainesville Rotarians yesterday The Rotarians' Rural Urban]was prepared'.nd packaged b)
I'I .47 > -t/; raised over $1,000 through [Committee purchased the steer, Dr. Jim Carpenter and Jeff Je
PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) -Rep President Johnson would win 965 ter of the University of Fieri
'f' beef auction to towards which' originally weighed
f :; 1tI Claude Pepper, D-Fla., predicted Florida by at least 46,000 votes a go da Department of Animal Sci
t' 'f' here that die Nov. 3 elections -the margin by which the late their Smokey Bear Park project Ibs. After cutting and trimming, ence.
will produce "the worst political President Kennedy lost the state) in northwest Gainesville 383 Ibs. were dressed and auc v

rd defeat the GOP has suffered in im! With the aid of three Junior lion The Rotary dub is developing
e1t since Alt Landon In 1938-and: Pepper said the Johnson- Woman's Club members an entire the Smoker Bear Park neat
; maybe the worst In Us entire Humphrey ticket would sweep steer which had been cut The auction was handled by the fire control tower as s family i

;,,1 history." the nation except for Alabama and frozen was auctioned to the Rotarian Jim Pace The s te, er recreational area. I II
and Ttxas. I
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Bidding -- -
11 Wr Pepper here to address the highest Rotary I
i He condemned Sen. BarryGoldwater went as high as $20 for a thr..
National of Insured Saving
Associations, predicted Republican presidential pound steak.Unofficial ARE TNEY
: nominee for saying that showed
totals a
Americans .are losing their
I some federalforce take of $1.310 for the park pro))
friends to gigantic
BoomerangsFrom Junior Woman's Club
on the banks of the Po- eeL The

.I tutmo Japan?, ,tomac. the has park's volunteered completion services and toward beautification -

iII i-- > a "I think the people of this .
CANBERRA, Australia (A P) country may not be ready to go :
I Australia is Importing, boomerangs ahead very much faster with On hand from the club to distribute ANTS O Q Te MITESIt
from Japan and postcards forward-thinking programs but the beef to winning Rotarian -
( of Australia cities from not bidders were Carla
at least I'm sure they're
to be aunt Tirmltat cause millions of dollars of
West Germany all for sale willing to turn back the clock Hicks%, Gink Howard and Jean dvmgt pays to stratum annually A thorough Inspection by a
#?A 'here as souvenirs. with Goldwater." McCoy. trtlrwd, cxpirt Is ofttn necessary to disown' their prtunct
t fie -- because 6Y nature .... termite, works In seclusion
Customs Minister Kenneth An-
derson in the Senate If any \ SINCI 1157PROGRAMMING

", t7I 4 thing! could be done about this. .

Sen. Anderson said no, providing ILl
the country of origin was fr \iiOIIDA

clearly marked and normal customs AUDITING SERVICES
duty was paid
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Just about visitor to 3764661"Everybody
every Jim N' Jr.
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i ; : boomerang, the ancient throwIng 110S W. U"i. Aw. KEY-MAN SPLIT-DOLLAR.
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the ,Atl hone' this week will be running within a week or so. Grady Tester 11''': ; .
I Carl'% fyApA fitatrlcaj) Co. employee atop the courthouse helped install the '11: ", >< .Ii. ,, .' ,
,. clock* VI tntif works. One system will run both clock faces, from a master .> '\I;: ,; 'f
conllIl ]t tk fluids will advance each minute. Cost of the entire system was .: ) d.JJ.. << :t
$3,7'llA.. 1 a- 'Alachua County Comm lesion decided to put clocks on the new ".;::J \
sentiment for the '. clock faces
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boards attended the ban- nearing the end of a four-da '
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oR1Ajt 0 (1M' "*n. Spew quet at which Holland spoke, tour of highway constructionwas 1'f: ,;ovj', ,' ';;. k'o'. .. ,
time from Chester scheduled to view the road .1, ': "' .
lard IIOOI> ope time governor ranging In '" ; 1: .
of p4or/4ar* /' r laid Tuesday Tteadway of Tavares, who became pertinent's teat and researcl 'I"' ""

? night t V) tH) tv'd Department chairman in 1933, to the center at Galneivllle and then ( ; < r .::: .
has mOw \ UDC' oa Ftorids's current head of the board,Lakeland travel over newly four-laned prl : :

r growtHj duN. 11I1.0 till r banker John Phillips.Other mary highways to JacksonvUI .i _e4sq: : A4 w \i. I" .,' '
Kate W/V I. former. chairmen at the to see that city's expressway.' M I' "' > ..

This Xilruwtai which hecalled gathering included Elgin Bay Jacksonville's network of blgl .v5"J', ', : ,
VtfAj!,) flettrHitaM the developing lam of Scoring, Alfred McXethan speed urban roads la the mos A < :'(1 : .
UttM of the stab highly developed in the state. 4 Ot re. -
In pv V<-'I iPiitt to *H 01 the of Brooksville, Richard Constructed at a cost of abou ?' t "

chslmity V' .>the State Road Simpson of Monticello, Cecil till million, this system was to JI.('. .fI: '
Board, W0d tf,ctd the major Webb of Tampa, Wilbur Jonesof model for an expressway whtel i ,
dev tytnt.ot the road departing Tallahassee, and Joe Grateful Orlando plans to develop in eastern ;; > : ; ,
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tylf.. ;. Orange County. ii' "1It' ,
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Grads Plan link of urban Interstate 4 worl. 'I -. .* ,;".,,
19 ;;\ Women? i
I due to be completed in Decent, .{ : :

her, the Orlando-Orange Count) j ''I'. t'

Re tiin in Tallahassee Authority. hopes to develop i t i,. r" ..yJ ,
,., four lane expressway, part 01 : "j

o TALI4 ". At less' The reason she never went to which will be a toll road, towarc ULivl'f l' "., Cape Kennedy It plans to set
sli of tyt"" UyVtf memben of high school is simple: there I'I I
million worth of bonds nexi "
none to attend in the part
the clan It >'U "l Florida Stale of were Florida where she grew upafter January to pay for the work.'Authority t A" ... ", 'f' '
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College rl fan*Win be hen .
he Nor".blln.born parents I' chairman Sldnej +..
this weep. .V4 to talk over eli brought her here from Min Singleton said the organization o i'' ;'i1' Mow( I ',., : I ; .,
nesota., hoped that Brevard Cour.Qswould -:. '''', ;\
V111 !W Mr. L. W, build a connecting rose J II, \. .'
i Traxlef 4f aJl\e''UI.. Thirteen other daises holding on to the Cape.Orlando .': ) 1 h ... r
I reunions this year are those of : "
Each y'll' b. "jested royally. 1117, 1918,1919,1920, 1924, 19*, and Cape Kenned : ,
ends of Florida'
are at opposite '
with a uAl/mkd Air For i .. t. "
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fast-growing space technology
ROTC t sS( tstort who .wllaccomftnf i
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HomecV mWy end Sstur .' ;
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circulating oilQUAKER
the MA TV lsM reunion ii ,. "
''I the psffo/Vtt/ spas! president, ,.
Or. lnltielseth of Yen !
Beach. S etully woUe 55,000 BTUHEATERS
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I' ofM V M iflxrtl t I' \therefore gc I I should : be a newspaper boy"says Yogi Berra

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mates -|> Zr M iIIt Med thi' I with 10-year guarantee
Alumni rjftfc* rte are returning
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are fty Mrs. C JA jMwick* and Mrs vapor rings.. y "I was. And I believe it develops traits.that of these boys do by buying U.S. Savings Bonds

L. D FTA f A All et Tallahauee, ONLY ,, will be important whether you're going to be regularly,
Mrs. % Hwtto el Men
I phil TatyAUd Mrs. Teenier a ball player or a corporation president.. : '"The dollars they save In Bonds might help

received Mrs. &flAe/i d Tampa Ucen-, who "It teaches dependability, for one thing. I put them"through college someday. Right

lists of make pi tw1'Ir ve at new In $72KMedel know it Isn't easy to get those papers aroundwhen now,they help Uncle Sam keep our country

1114, t\ tyti Accepted an havibtion THI4010 the weather's mean, but those kids do it* strong '

HomecCl'b' <. ,Hicipte I In the Thermostat Controlled Blower . .$15Oil "Being a newspaper boy teaches you to,be "I'm proud to have been a newspaper boy.

1 a good businessman too. You learn hoW to It's .a big job."
Mien "f el NA has several distinctions .
DOWN handle and to save some as so many ,
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... CJEAR:: ABBY My husband li a very "clean" person M DEAR HEARD Poor woman! She didn't have se a s e ;r WITH WHAT CAM I COMBINE TIMEOUTFORTE tr.- 's WNATACRINIEIIS NES
) ,2 maybe I shouldn't complain, but every time he comes In enough to know that the birthday cake could not have bees N' 1'' ASONG-AND THAT SNATCH THAT OF NATIONfU.PA5TIME'"? 4' t301NGTOHIDETmtS[

\J -From the yard, he washes his hands In the kitchen sink enjoyed nearly as much by the "family" as by those chil FE ANS EVIL OLD FACE-TO ( J UNDERSLACKfIf
; Hand dries them on my dish towel! I have complained In dren. MAKE A ; J /
U ;valli: ao many times that I have Just stopped mentioningSlt.2Wter 0 ,* Z CAItT00NIQ STORY
: he'. dried his hands on the dish towel I throw DEAR ABBY: We are Identical twins and we can sympathize -
:It in the laundry and put out a fresh one.Last night he pulleda with the twins who wrote to say,how much they disliked =
c "stunt that beat everything. Our little dog came to the being called "Twin" or "Twinny." Also, we agree,,, <
''f. Stack' door with muddy feet, so my husband picked her up, it is tiresome to have people look right at two people who
*stood' her In the kichen sink and washed her feet off! What look like two peas In a pod dressed exactly alike, and then III

.: do you do with a guy like that? ask, "Are you twins'(" My sister. and I thought up a good lour
: M. 0,. answer. When someone asks "Are you twins?." we 'reply TOTAL IT'S tool'A II

I m DEAR M. O.i Just love him! He sounds like a honey. "No, we are triplets, but only. two-thirds of us are here." LOSS T1alai.
3 What's a few more dish towels In the wash, and the small TWINS IN FORESTVILLE, N.Y. I: !
5 tail of washing the link when It's done In the Intern of ,I'
: keeping the pe.ceT. DEAR ABBY:, I am the mother of twins and,.r wish I I 'J
I"I Sa had. dollar for every time a .stranger asked me, "Are O 110USE
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I DEAR ABBY: What Is your opinion of a mother who would they twins? I finally got so bored with that stupid question (/e IS FREEZIN'COLD1!! STARTC-D 1.
:J Invite the neighborhood children to a birthday party for her that I replied "No.You see, I have two husbands." is G UB o%. ,'' WHyAINTVEQOT ,i ONH ,
little boy, place a big beautiful birthday cake In the cen- VIRGINIA' D A FIRE COIN'? I -
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children cupcakes? When one of the children asked why they, DEAR ABBY: Do you think a' girl who has made ,Just
j" didn't get any of the birthday cake the mother said,. "We one mistake her life should be married In white, 00

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l' \ (Education) O WJXT (ABC, CBS) Jacksonville

, U of F, Gainesville 09 WFGA-TV (ABC!. NBC) Jacksonville'

Wednesday Evening who defended Gideon ILNBDanayKaye I Please .
{.00 a Wells Fargo lit his second trial ((60mln. Danny'i guest are come. 1IM a 09 (Color)' Word for
O Mike Douglas .) dlenne Imogens Coca Ward
1 ? J.ZS B Moments la Sports May be pre .,empted for and folk duo Joe and Eddie 81 Leve Lacy _
j J.30 a Newscope a news program. who sing "La n e 11:" a Science Around Yon
B World Civilization 8 Jan Casual -MnslcI some Road." Danny II:SI B m News

1.55 09 (Color) News, :It B Local Issue-Report sings "No Strings." 11:. B O Concentration

Weather, Sports "The Chamlzal Story," If:MO PoBtics'$4- 8 Andy: .r Hayberl'1 / i 2 COULDN'T TAKE r
B Agriculture Film a study of the recent News Analysis 11:11 a Industry ea Parade. 1 APPRECIATE EVtRVTHINGMR..SANTEW A WV 1 SHOW bUT WHEN C .MOROA! NOL $ Wee 1ONtowRpry sopm Rex mfr OKAV I :'
I.N O News, Sports, agreement over this 437 11N B B News, weather, 11:Ji 8..09 World Series VU'RE DOING FOR MV EROTMER, MYWMQATKW HE aM 5s4ow
I' Weather acre border territory ,andO sports Pro-Game Show MISS GALE/ WANT TO GIVE TO TAKE CARL HAVE ILL THERE WAS WERE ANO NO TNAiiow HACK ON NYOU TO pNNIR/
Sunshine Almanac the problems which the I (Color) News,weather 8 McCoys r,, HUDOLLARS.THIS TWO OP RICKSPECIAL DUTY NURSES F1AOR CARE'YOU /
1:15 I 11:41 a '09 World Series r AVAILABLE, I FELT I
I B News Highlights agreement may cauit sports .. ,
t I.MBONews. for Chamlzal rellden h. U:2I O M"'II a Elementary Art I SHOULD"C / I"
\ 8 News The 1M3 treaty which "The Belle of New York B Love of LIfe I"i'
I Numbers dispute B Scope : (
B Exploring ended a century-long The fun loving nephewof
7:00 B Deputy by' returning Cham a rich dowager tries 12:11 B Geology 117 't
O Survival Izal Mexicans to choose to get a Job. Fred U:2S a News 1
O What's New between probable toss of Astaire, Vera Ellen. U.W a Search for Tomorrow.
I 09 Wanted Dead e r their US. citizenship and (One hour 20 mln) 12.41 O Gaidtog Light
I H'I 1 Alive the economic and social llsJI DID Johnny Carson 8 Visiting Spanish
r 7:30 D CD Virginian hardships of relocation.:, (Color) Scheduled guests Neighbors l
) O CBS Reports 1:30 O Beverly Hillbillies include Jan singer Car 1:110 Midday
"Gideon's Tram pet : Jed's anxious for people men McRae. ((90 min.) B Americans At Work 'I
The Poor Man and t he to start settling the town THURSDAY lilts B Elementary Spanish I I. J! eJT YOU TO BUV PROMISED ANYTHING NOT [BUT WHEN I ;''
Law" launches this se where he's opened up arice' Morning and Afternoon 1:. OAs the World Tarns FOR THE REST =I Dula THE'O

new season. The general store, but the I:. Q Sunshine AlmanacI.1S a Humanities.C41 DEAR LOOS, AT OP WEEK THE DEAR iw SAVE TO BUV i DECIDED A PURSBJ
program documents the "town" Is a movie set at : 0 Scope I:. B Password EVELY j' s s TO Keep rriN LLITTL
story of Clarence Earl) his new studio. B Sunrise Semester B Sign Off ,A
Gideon the ex. convict B How To Belt ltf: .0) Living Words 1:318 Hesse Party ouiSsT
whose petition to the Supreme I:00 B Movie Drama I:. 6 World Civilization/ 'tII Political Talk
Court led to (Color) "The Miracle." Mule
a new .O Gospel to
3:110 Tell the Truth 1J
ruling establishing .bsoDuring the Napoleonic 1:11 0 Pastor's Study S
lute right to counsel In a era, a young Spanish 09 (Color) HI, Neighbor 11. News
felony case. Gideon and postulant leaves her con IH.J B Farm and Home 3.M a (Color) Yon Don't Say =

the original participants vent. Carrol Baker, Roger 7:. 8..09 Today B Edged Night J/ \=I a aMINY =
k are seen In a reenacter Moore (Two hours.) B Local News, a Pepeye's Pals '
l'., ment of his first trial. a Dick Vaa Dyke Weather C:" B Match Came r'y
Others on the program "The Lady and the Baby I 'JIIS. Ranger Hal ; &Secret Storm
I Include Florida state and Sitter." The Petrlea' baby 7111. Local News, Weather a Huckleberry: Hound DON'T X7U GO t PROMISED AND A FEW MINQTM UTERWHUI _
prison officials; attorney sitter Is sn unhappy I .:. III Captala' Kangaroo 4.2S a News ._ oACK TO ICED. NONCY? MK.VAIEK.V
Abe Fortes, who .ueleenag. boy who's hope. I.N: B Divorce Court .:31 B Leave It .to Beeves? ........ IAIC YOU ,IOOIC RUTH A'!-LITTLE DONT/n INDIGESTION JUST A TOUCH RUiTV Of !) ...AND POR6R HI COULD HAVE '
cessfully argued the case lessly In love with Laura, .:. Jack Benny B Best of Groncho YOU FEEL RIGHTS'/ ''TOM SAMPLING THE TYPING? THIS BY NOON! % .
before the S u pre m e B Midweek Variety m Jack La Isaac m Movie SIX VERSIONS OF -RUN ALONG
Court; Florida Circuit m Osile and Harriet II.N 8 Make Room for "The Iron Glove." MEAT IMF LAST NIGHT OR YOU'LL K ''I
Court Judge Robert L. ':31. Dnval County Repub Daddy B Bachelor Father o' V I GUESS! LATE TO CLAM!

I McCrary Jr.: and altorIlc.a Committee B News O (Color) Romper
nay W. Fred Turn er. 09 Burke's Law v a I IC.l r| Cameras Room -
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The Wayward Bus ; I -
?cesceiN' wont TNEtI If A CNANCI a Wore ouniN *H1 AWAITS 1Na'IUT WHATIP A
I'li .' TNWUON eLOCM aUT THAT If WAY p Mi f Ar Re_ 'MTLI.n
::;:; : cP oafs-wNt ROYAL eaA.vL a : -- iiW tI1'1NA''Vllsel ARC beOUNCEfJ
NEW YORK We walked Into "But I don't know why I haw don't think so. I believe f0 -
i the office of a New York to live In a bad neighborhood to' .la only one solution. I '
newspaper the other day and send my kids to a good school. suggested."I I'D move back to Harlem
found a Negro friend of 'ours "Because, the schools In s send the kids ,to .private
completely downcast., bad neighborhood are bad, and ." r
"What's the matter?" we you wouldn't want to send then
asked him. to s bad school, would you!"_ '

"I just moved to a nice see.lion "That's' why" I moved In the I'Spot I Litter From Air .

of the Bronx," he said, first place, he said. .

"into a lovely house on a nice "Well, you should have NEW YORK (APMJtterbufs) trot off-shore waters. They warn
street with grass and flowers thought about it. before you have a new enemy on wings water-borne litterbugs through
and trees. The neighbors gave moved. Just because you live in : 'l'wo'li.t loudspeakers and when 'things Q y..S

'l I me no trouble as a matter a good neighborhood is m reason craft to spot a dispensers are now using of litter ab, get out of hand radio patrol >y NC/00YAtOUNp, ,ig 00K AT 1 TNRr' { l ,
of fact they were very nice why you should send your launches: move la for arrest Ttia PUNY
to The klda were happy as reports Keep America: Beautiful I Lou airplanes I GET ME NS tai' mesT TIMs S
me. kids to a good school. the national anUlitter dspeaker-equipped 4 A LITTLS- IVER SAW A
could be. It cost $3.000 a or. Wisconsin SUN TAN
me provided by the MAN Pill'0W
I' year more but I didn't carJ. It 'It'. not as simple ss that I ganisatlon. Conservation Depart til.Ilsr TD scaX
was worth It." have a !friend who lives in a bad In New Jersey helicopters pie ment have been used for the i A i -r HISS MUOCLEf,

"What happened" we asked neighborhood but because of' past three years in a concerted
"Now they want to bus my the buzzing the authorities decided anUlitter program along the 04-
lJ kids to school Harlem." to make It a good school. Coons Are Too mile river reaches of the Upper
I "That doesn't sound right.'" They fixed It all up and brought Mississippi River Wildlife and
kids should In some first rate teachers. risk Refuge. The planes warn
i "They figured my DiscriminatingCOLUMBUS 'I/
'{ be with under privileged kids Then they bussed his,kids to a I. litterbugs and coordinate activities I

f so they'll know what it'. like. good neighborhood which had Ohio (AP) of ground and water-borne
But I told them my kids I a lousy school. He complainedhe patrols.
I wanted his kids to go to the Discriminating racoons are creating
know what its like in an under _
problems In the Stale t 0.
school and we'd .good school in the bad neighborhood
: privileged IeID
but they told him his fairgrounds agricultural LBJ CampaignTalk
like to try an over privileged : area. MEANrNMLa...
bussed the
be to
kids had to
school for a while." 'Seeking ears In the sweet corn +* rpm KNOW MMM1 WOUlf TNtgE b aAVe roan D NAVa .UD TMAi OcilceR uurr5lNt wE I 00NT 7WNi Rw a15R 1s..THlac
"What did they say?" I lousy school In the good neighborhood. stage, they passed up 100 acres Tonight HAH HAPPCMCP f THAT BEEN A Mlle 5110 M "ERE M f1FTEEN WNUTES aNOerrplr rM PARENI! rl/i.L/ LB Ma A env awD tlO +'
, I so the kids from tile CfK.1 WMO NM KILLED Gtr NEARD M+0 "E D a! 9ueJECT TO R'EL AaOtlT OIR R7N16Mr A6AIK eNESit Oar:
They said I should have good neighborhood would have of not-so-rare corn to feast on WASHINGTON (AP) -.J HAD 4MCt pNe OP TFD'e HERE T17 THE AN Ir10U1'liT10N.' TOUR a55M'9 A10 /!

I stayed In Harlem If I wanted :a good school to go to In the unique varieties from Egypt, .deal Johnson's first nationally P 11CT IeasetaJt ATM'y 1
my kids to go to s good school. I It lousy neighborhood." Ethiopia, and ........ toteviaed campaign speech will
T cant expect them to gob a .
t good school If I'm going to live ':Well," we said, '1 '1IIa1'. "We weoJdnl object*)* mock be. tonight.'

In a good neighborhood. That t true: why wouldn't"your kids \\t the'racoons ate a few sari of c.oraI.. Reedy Johnsonlpress

wooJdnl make sense.* I be able to go to"a foot) school 'our commas field eonC* manager : secretary, sa4 .. toped 1 -
"They have a point, you aped would.. be lelsvtied from
I la a lousy: neighborhood? Dais "butWhave
Friday aye,
bow* we ..1eI.'U' everyone I 131 p.m. .to 11 p.m.. EDT over
".... lived In a good neighborhood "Because the school they : very limited amounts of the Columbia BroadcasUnci I t
sent their kids to a good rant to send my kids .to Is s some of these. special varieties, :System. The broadcast time will l{
school whom would you send to lousy school In a busy: neighborhood so even a little damage Is serious. I be, paid for by the Johnson for
the bad schools?" I Besides, !how are my Ii I ." I President Committee. I



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SOUL One has these fantasies after year. And at night then

THE OBSERVER Russell Baker i' especially after nightfall Perhaps 'are the dreams. Millions n THE SCREEN EXPLODES TOMO
By toothpaste factories turning oui
It Is the coffee and too
$. billions of toothpaste tubes.It .
much "Stars and Stripes Forever
..... Is a curious way to makea
has the
but one gnawing

An Eerie Experience suspicion that we are all doom- president.

ed on this train. SUBURBIA

: Doomed to roll forever

through the cornfields, listen- DMIVI-IN THIATRI

Ing to Barry say "Welt you Start Tt ifHr 7:00 t.

Ntur $ark Itmn says the man who wants to be the other asking each other silly saying, 'Well you have him!'' have him" seeing the old man Mk M -
ABOARD OOLDWATER president and the crowd laughs. questions. The crowd is laughing That with leathery ears day after

CAMPAIGN TRAIN-This Is the There Is something very curious "How do you think he U goIng eerie crowd. There Is the wo. day week after week yearMNESVlllt

strangest way to make a president about this crowd. The faces ?" Is a very popular quUon man carrying the sleeping baby.!
I What they"did you see, never chance. 'The train rolls People who dont want There Is the old fellow with

was to put' JOG people on. this through a hundred miles of Barry say be I Is doing very leathery ears. Could we be carrying -
curious train and haul the thing cornfields and there lo and be- badly while people who i do this crowd in the baggage ,.,.,.". ,.....,.f
over the Appalachians and then hold. Is the same crowd that want him say the crowd !baabeen car! -1'---.an*'..,."'
wanted at the last town. great all day. It Is Impossible 'TiM
drag It slowly,through hundreds Barry. Barry Is w.rninlagalnst UK LAST. TWO ISO
and hundreds of miles of cornfields The woman carrying the sleep- to ask Barry bow bethinks "curious I" t M Ml I HITS.
crew denouncing Y HOW I,M LATI.S 'tAT
ing baby the old fellow with he's doing for he never
Yo and Orville Wrong He Is
leathery ears the jeering adolescent appears outside the car with CROSBY ....II AVA-
! It must have been a week with his L.B.J. placard the coffee drinking politicians calling the President a liar I hi..... I 1 1. _

ago Monday that it started. Or all the same. ,and maintains only the most Barry does that so Inoffensively ... .... -1. hers.- vLyol.
that +.ow w
was it the Monday before that'It i All day long this crowd formal diplomatic relations with no one can take It badly I A.Me Owe IITOI .
Or Is it i Mild
that In the curious
is hard to be sure. Time p
,keeps re-appearing at the back the rest of the train. ....,.
place of bad air coffee
gets away front you in like this of the train and shouting 'We I The other day he put on an politicians and that immutable logged .....dll i
compartment. Days seem want Barry" and laughing when engineers hat and went forward !
weeks. It be the creak of crowd nothing seems to be real ..rln.woaort aa.e DdBu.p.a4
may .
,Barry says "well you have to drive the train awhile.He 14 Act.... Hit 'IO I
the wheels, or maybe? the 11 him." Barry then warns them drives a train very smoothly. Sometimes even Barry seems CLIFF ROBERTSON I muss.Yoe
cigar smoke. The air is very about the "curious crew." not quite real In Indiana the n wM .

bad. It Is hard to think clearly I The "curious crew" Is not the : Should he fail to become pro. other moraing-or was it In I.N A4.H HieLAURENCE

Well, in any case, It is the ,train crew. It Is a group of people Ident, he would certainly make Ohio last monthr-He bailed the HARVEY ekeAYaea ae..eeaeel
: lk outfit Wild SirfY'
strangest thing. The train rolls led by the other man who an adequate train driver. local Colgate toothpasa plant
through the cornfields while the II wants to be president. Sometimes Ills odd. This tort of campaign and declared that if government ..e P

politicians alt Inside drinking' Barry calls them by funny gives a man an oppor- would stop harrasslng
coffee and listening to 'The; nicknames-Yo-Yo McNamara tunity to demonstrate what kind teen agers and young mar t.OO

Stars and Strips Forever" on the secretary of defense, of engineer be would be but DO ried people there can be millions 1:00 -a.ttaws
squawk boxes. Every hour,or I and Orville Wrong, the secretary chance to show how well he can of. these Colgates started JOOTOO THE YEAR"INGMA _..t..V., ..?.. ..

so, the thing stops and all the of agriculture, for example run the country, As Barry across the country: A man .s oar sal LAST DAY
coffee soaked politicians >;e'' This really makes the might say: it Is "curious." afterwards kept walking through too: *. ....IUIOA' allwltt -
put off and another shift Is put crowd howl.Afterwards. Ah. the train Is stoppin the train asking where the country w INGMANt :=..-: "A SHOT IN

aboard. everybody runs',again. This must be Mattooi, would get enough teeth to DlIiIt.Se. .. --aunutN THI DARK"
Everybody else jumps off the back along the tracks and I 111, or perhaps Hammond Ira keep them all in business but Tk 4

train and runs to the rear The, jumps aboard the train and I The last shift of local politicians he was finally restrained and ......, CII.I.
the cornfields Is disembarking and the advised to go easy on the cof I
+ man who wants to be president through a plus 1'1II'" Sun Want Ads Get Results
comes out the back door and Stars and Stripes ForI Iever. new one Is getting on Everyone fee.It aidai a News Reel
everybody shouts "We- wanfr ." Ills a very long train Is racing to the back. The is curious here Very cur .
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Barry, we want Barry, we want 17 or 18 cars and people!crowd Is at It again shouting. -
from end to "We want Barry. Barry LI
Barry. Well you have bim,! 1 keep walking one

I,I Musical' Opportunities Now..for a limited time only! ,. .' -.

: Abound at the University U

It"," By REID POOLEn' r I fee for any music activity exctpt I choral groups that perform tea "

Chairman Dept. of Mnsjc 1 the applied music lesson: ditional glee club music a -
r University of Florida in 'voice or musical Instruments.1 I sociated with the finest collegiate .

Opportunities In music abouni Information about all phases traditions The Glee C1 ubs

i I. for all students at the' Vni',ol'the music program Is avail-I'per form many concerts 011 aste

versity of Florida: opporunite: able at the Department of Music -'campus and tour each trlme.

1 to play or sing In a band,o\'cllei-\ sin Jht University of Flor,'ter to different parts of Flo-

tra, or chorus to take lessons Ida campus. Ida and the southeast. T II "

on an Instrument or in i vela I ;' ,. jbe Gator Band Men t Glee Club Is the olden

,ti to take courses In music the The Gator Band family includes ''musical organization on campus.

1 ory. The music program. i J ,: inarching, symphonic, con I This years schedule of Glee
to the need Club activities Includes concerts -
fv geared not only cert. Military and 1/arletYI
of the music major but als bagds/wiih activities that reach with the F.SU. Collglans. .

to the music needs of all'.td- Into every aspect of campus life Gator Growl, the annu I

dents at the University. Rehearsal The Gator Marching Band Georgia game in Jacksonvillenumerous ,

and course schedules the largest band unit is a fa- campus a p p e ar '... ,..
are coordinated with the overall milar sight in all the major ances and a combined horn' i iv'V5W

University schedule a. e"d I foolblU 'Itadiums in the southeastern concert plus the annual sprln, ,',}' 1 ,
calendar. conference as well as InJacksonville's concert tour "
I Gator Bowl and i The Choral Union is tile

Music Major Program the Orange Bowl In Miami The largest vocal organization o ItI ,,I. '",t' ..',,
Music as does almost every Gator Band reputation for campus, It Is made up of students 'J'; .' ), r) ,;";,.., } :;t, .
profession, requires a college thrilling depth of sound and precision -I and towns people. Cain..
who enter I
degree. Most people 01'movement Is w e 11 villa citizens wishing to ling with :
the music profession choosi 'established The colorful unit f the group should contact Dr.
the music education d g ree. nclude, the marching squareof Elwood Kelster. the conductor. : I.
the music; major
Accordingly Instrumentalists twirl 1 n g In room 120 of the n u s Ie
at the University o I ,
I' program
'" corps" or majorettes, and the building ;
Music Education
Florida centers in "
later' Band giant exhibition The Choral Union devotes '
'bass drum. Its efforts to the performance

Why Music Education Highlight the coming football of major choral works with or-

The music education"degree Is season will be the Gator chestra Outstanding m a star

deemed the moat ;jtBpona n t Jand's trip to Baton Rouge forth works performed In r e c e n I

of the music degrees becausethe performance in the heart sea sons are Mendelssohn,
to vast majority of employ 'of .Tlgerland", where t h e "Elijah' ," Handel ..M....","

ment opportunities and'oppoc'tunities ,Gators will meet LSU. the Brahms' Requiem, t h e
for service In music are Balanced Program "Christmas Oratorio' of Bach

t in the field of teaching The 'Good band music performedIn and Honcggvrs "King David

breadth of study Inherent in the hush of the concert I'BKmJty SymphonyAt I flavOt"saIe
the music education d a gree halt can thrill the listener. But the apex of the musk,
pyramid is the University of
however qualifies its Bolder the Gator Band program recognizes .
i to branch out Into other areas that good music can enhance Florida Symphony Orchestr
of music should he care to do many situations h e onducted by Edward Troupln.
Die seventy-five piece t'nlveri
Football field, the military pa-
so.The t1: and Community offer'
qualified music educatorIs ..
rade, the ballroom, the pep rally ..
in outstanding series of con-
In demand throughout the
I and the outdoor con cert .
erts: each academic .
country. He may have a year per-
choice of interest within Wld'j setting. 'onnhig' the finest In the classlal -
The Choir, .
a select -
University '
field of music: he may : romantic!, and coatompoary ,.
concert group, performs : IlttratnrtJatoeirUle .
Z vocal music band, choral literature and
najor) citizens to
or all three; he may orelltstr"l
xmbines wiN'the Choral Union
)olD the University Community
l elementary school >are each term for the presen'atton ,rcbftra should apply to Con- '
"i with high school students; of a:choral} work with luclor Troupln, tat room 133 of 4 '+Y
teach classes In generatmusic ,
may trrhesjra. The Choir goes on he University Music Building
music theory or music our between the winter and,! j't
P teach In,, .
appreciation a may iprinj terms and presents an. .". 4
a college or university: go into; innual home concert in addi- -
radio tv. music ;; .
or work arranging -
ton to (
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conducting : f "
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fall music activities a t III.I DANCiNG i '! oi. .
jftlniversiry of Florida, but itb I '\ 't \ t ft. ., ..

i possible for the oon-mtsi I c University Inn COO' r fAi i : .'." ': 't( k" .."\ >'

Dolor to participate in the ,: '
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i7.r GtIesTitle; Sun 'Wtdtmctoy.. October 1, 1964 11Traveling

It takes more than 7,500 men IN TMI CIRCUIT, COURT Of FLORID. ,
,6.. 6'" Puppet and women working In t b FOU ALACHUA COUNTY..
I Capitol and In neighboring office Fiomiiti" ,
To Here Thursday DIvorcI "". WANTEDHAVE
Appear buildings to help the S35 -
members of Congress keep up .
( fiord's International Concert: The performance begins al t I -

\ theatre of Adults a unique' .IS p. m. Tickets are fl and i with their_ _jobs._ NOTICE DtVOItCI OF SUIT

H available in Room 315 01 f r TO CHARLES I YAWN
traveling puppet show featuringthe : are
Florida Union and at the i JUDo1 ALACHUA COUNTY P0.0110 YOU
talent of marionette master the Athono Ttnntiioo _
it.; IN FROIATI.I ,. _
.,..., lNld list ,
auditorium door.
Daniel Llords Is scheduled Cora Ittoto ol
J .hookoonrNlo.. ky LINDA' YAWN In mo
one-night stand Thursday in W. ....P.tSSr.N1. Circuit Court of Alochuo County FtorMo >
hor complolnl olnol ond tiolIho
Jt' the University of Florida audi The Untvorally LIML of Florldt NOTICI mill, roctlvioMt Clolmo T.' All or Crodlton...._and tgomol Foroont tod. lolott Hovlng, mM moroM ".,.,. you lor. It o #

\ I r torium. for tho _.. cltot of eommtdl- You lid oocn ol yoo oro ......... 1IOt. t ANY OF THESE
I Thio N. Nwrtloro to commond NNN
I tin oo IMkottd lot... ,. ... bwOf lltd H prottnt say eltlmi ond domondowhlcn woo
i iII Llord who has toured Europe i moy ....1. loan. wocllkotioin OMothor .I you or olihor of you. kioy hovtogtlntl 11 5 your.._rinm 5ls dotamo lito dl?M N 1111 N.Vwr uuwbor.
'i perfecting his art manipulate mftrmotlM" by conncllnj mo Furchotlnf Iho otloto of W._ Fotontn.itocooiod A. D. ItU ond thol ytv thoN lhtr .
Olvltlon Room lot Tlgort Noll .... of ltd' County, to tho ton or Mora mo M* lIlY ol No-
as many ai 23 puppets single- Unlvortlty/ of FlorWo' OuN..11Ia.OM.N ftorTuoiooy County JUdge ol Alochuo County. PNtiid.r nimbi on. A. O ..... oono cooy ot
of I of hit oHko In Iho court houoo ofMM THINGS TO SELL?
effective 11- 4UTMOII
handed, making use 1114. SNpl1s bIM' apes 1v1,1 County ot OtkMWlllo, FlorMo, with. your. dotonioo.1. HI .. .. Flnt Ifraol, OOHIOOII : .
classical background music.IN II'M in tin ctionoor molt from .... Hoof oftho !.. FlorWo" trltmoyt for F u-H_'" WONIn kldt lilt ovtry lint FuMkotlon" of thlt. iwiko 1 loch _
I." Ihtrotltor hlo Iho orlglnol
( MomuyiotMPU cloHn" ., dtmind. ...." bo 'ki wiling, ".. to with
ill 0111 oonwly
al tht Now Fool'
of Orongo .
Frlnllnf sod shill" bo owom to ky tho clotonont' ,'
\ IIOHTM JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT IN olmor of fho obovo o dtcroo oro con-
10 31 Octofttr 10 ItM sad pool office oddrtM 11M CKrimont, ....
.. .
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. Into will bo ootmtt you ocClrcuK -
IN CNANCIRYIITTY T.Dlractor N. WILL FurcfioilnfJUS mod. shall go oworn to ky ICINm.nl.. Clydl51 Ie .... Thty'll Bring You Extra Cash ;
SMART olio, known MWitt III ogonl Nil ottonoy ond my ouch WI lad End .... 111 1Nr
( ) II7,14IN ltlm: or domond "tot to Plod Mitllbo Courir Ifilt 4fh lIlY of Ocntor.
.II'JI ;'. void. A.O. IfM.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'IN AND At onocutrlt of .... LOll WIN (MTotlomont
H, I. SMART flOHTH/ ol Circuit Court
YI FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. of Wtldoff ",...., tYl InMly Woforhouto Rugs t;
I Flolntllf. P..0. IOH3M' for FlohtHI
0511wry :
:= Cw. 1Gr11ga. PINdS NFRUTHIIL All rn.vl tar Inocutrlt lit I. I. Flnl llrtrtOokwivlllo Guns
Nails ..._1 WALKIII MOSILY.Dol. (341311:14, n. Wl II 1 FtarWo I '
I" 0.11 I
1' You oro boroky e0tItIIdI.5' thtro (lot ..,...... i(3041) II'1 14 II.II t '" .
Clreoll Clint of Alochvo County, ,tor- NOTICE' TO DEPEND JUDO ALACHUA COUNTY. PL0110' *. Tools
tit roiM' *.*nM. iroroC Mr It on TOt Rumri. Wtlkor MowlyC4 ro: Iitoto ofLIDOII ALACHUA COUNTY..
Cloronco Simmons MAI ITATI OF FLORIDA.lltoto I
LOT II.-.......... II ........... you to Arlington/ Otorglo' Dtcooiod'o I Boats ( ,
lilt TOUT ,1- 0111011 III II" 5./ You trt htrtby notlfM thol ,I, Com- All Crodllon and ,._ Hovlni' olWALDOFF PETERSON ......- :/j4iLL
11 or kofw tile Ith day if Novombtr '.kbw.l.'nlltId fin bom flltd In Cltlmi or Domtndt Agtlntt lold Iitoto ,
and. Ells Hullthtrttlltr GIlls Court by AbrohomMotoly. You and ooch The into of FlorMo To Ail Fonomcooonli
A. D. ItM you of you iro twrty not- .
oil or ktloro Ifio S* oy ol .......1. ho ttt t tlvorct SId flod and. nqulrod to protonf ony clolmtond 1011,511W 101 M 1,1111 of 0516 Do- Tents
NOVOMN A. o. 1M4, torvo S C.N N Ills nllof. You oro horoby" _Ir... domondo whkh you, or olthor ofu ,. ..
I .,..., ...
his act will t. You oro not Ihol i wrmonbnlnmtont
Daniel Llord and famous puppet volt dN.05SI: M ony. on ktrlon uWill. ?' to fllo your wrlrlm' Oofontt to Iho Com- moy hovo ogolntl Iho oitoto ofagio
IIS .. I. Flrw ll'tot OolMtvlllo/ plaIt with, Iho Clerk of MM Court todwrvo [ ., Moo Sioddord docooood, lolo ofMM Furportlng lo oo Iho .Lot willond Books ,
J seen at the UF Thursday night. FltrMo, ottoraoyi lor Hit iloiMIH, ofMnMloWv 0 am oomo upon Fiolntlit'ttllorntv County to tho County= Judgo ofAlochuo Tootomont of Hid docodonl hot toonodmHtod
I Hwrtoltor Illo Iho orWnol/ Korltno C. Hmioy, II WntUnlvoroltv County, FlorMo' ot hlo oHko' lo orobolo to KM) Court.
N Ill! ortko. Upon .. : to comply Avtnuo, CoNlotvlllo''' FlorMo, In mo count .kouoo of told County olkotlM 1.- within tincoltndor
NOTICE Of INTUITION TO Moro Novomkor 4, 1M4 ood. In 0"/1', "lor..... mtmhi from ..w dill ot mo
wmt olltior ol tho obovt E Mcroo PLO on or wiMM NN ClNIC.rm11Illt Plants
Doc's Dream Ru010TSa" FICTITIOUi NAMIFurtuont onfono. win bo onltrt ........ youWINioH Iho ovont you foil to lilt your wrlitonOoftnto Nan M lOOt It M IIrll ",1>- tint, FuMkotlM. of.thlo mHca to oootor
r to iKtlon Ml.Of, Plaid.71.Iu1N ICCad115 I N .... and. wrvo oomo S docroo pro ol Hill' notl notlco It htroby |l on mot my hon*. tut tool, ol our _. will N...,...... mind tholl oo hi wrltl... Aid ." ." you con, Mid octlon. of ooto Court kiadmitting '
: .. ,_
: "'. uMortlfnod. Dorothy bird' Lane, Circuit: Court thlt llh lIlY of Octobtr 1 WITNESS my hand. and "offlclol' tool 111511> "'. Slash ol roiMtnco and pool will to froetH Pianos 1;,!
+ LOUISVILLE (AP) Dr. .............
nut .W ,
doing kutlnnt Midi tho firm Mm of A. O. 1_ of UtlntivlMt Altchuo County Plaids ofllco oddnto of Iho clolmont, and Hull J"
It Konneth P Crawford muit The Cowol W........ ISIS N. W. ink: J. I. CARMICHAIU' thlt llh .
Itroot Otlnttvlllo Audits County, PIM CUrll ol Circuit Court J. 5. CARMICHAEL' hit HARRY ACOONALD '
oltornoy ltd soy luck clolm or domond
I I have reflected the yearning of Mo Inlondt to rogltttr: told I fklltlootnomo IVl Irrtly. WolorhollM I Cl.rtc of Circuit CourtAlochuo not to mod' tool. .bo void.I County JudotAltrlwo Cowl FlorMo.SIAL Stoves / ili
untfor INN Frovltlont' ofotorooold IN COURT .MAL County FlorldtDtputyCltrtl
I many physicians when be pick. ( )
it Oolnotvlllo, ClorMo Hilt, M P05.1151 I by., (J) Emily" WotorhouwDoputyCltm 19414): f,M, f,H'.N 111
,. 1
t I ad a name for his woodland toy o< Octobtr, A. D. 1044.OOROTMV :, Mrottlofcitmllloi odmkilttrttor of mo r. ofLodglo I Radios it
BIRO' UMUINIM4J FlorMomn 'SSALM44III> Moo Itoddord, dtcootod *"
I cabin. It's called NOFONE. ) 101' 7. 14 II, II it 7. u n, N e ">, U It,M 1410) 0:14,._H. N.II. "f. ''N,THI"ONTII CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT C'"CUIT&0' PLORIDA .IN ..1 I

.,.1111. q
Trunks jA'T"
jWiADWJNj RoikMnco 11It11.50Yu
oro horoby notllltd, Hut 5 Co .
ololnt" tor 01..... hot boon Alod ogok""'
I you w"-I"" lo oonmcooy S Bicycles .
of your Anonnor or Flooding lo (noComplolnt
I on tile Flolntlfft, A.....,. J.
I ; / Iwo,? Croot, F O. Ion 411 otnonlHo,
j 'lor"'.. ond lilt tho orkjmol. onooor orFlooding TV Sets
m mo Oflko ol tho Clom MIlls
J ,I. Circuit Court. G._''', jFjorMi. ,
I M 1 51151 Ills 75111 lIlY of ..
.*... If you loll' to do w KiomnH tdotoult ClothingCameras/
\ MEATS FRUITSAND will' bo t toko tgtlntt yoo Itmo .
....101 domondod M tho comHoim.OONI "
SIC ORDERED ot Otnotvlllt.Alochuo .
.. County FltrWo" thu inh dry If :;"
j --. 1011. 0'1 "'
'. C_. Circuit Court s
\ Antiques'iRstf
Alochuo County FlorMoYl

j ,LEGS . .1.d.0..O..1.5.. u. 6 NO..1 J.Attorney,. IM00 0. Ion RY ot all.,CROSS Low Cltf* a"etiiI6c1

01 I.II'CoumN ur PIOrIM"'..."" ii : k

\ 1.SHOULDERS 49; Potatoes 10 LIS. 49 I-I ,:., 10, ,. IA II .

. . . . Lt. 'IN THI CIRCUIT' COURT OF FLOII lalr r'r' nds (

4 . ::. . . Grapes . Pisinli110 //.

I Us aCart'V
SWEET ..-. !
. . . L. %
.. Potatoes 3 LPs' 2PJONATHAN TO, Mif 4OLAND CMIogo O Slroot MeA,., / Atrto TiresAqctarloms -

1\\ You 0111.1W oro horooy Calganla, notlHod, mot Mara dot '
RIB . . . . . LI. b105 i tho IIMd circuit' ky court LILLIAN' ol Alodwo I. McAFIIi County.

PNrid.5r' ClmMNl 11.1141 y.N sod
APPLES 4 LI. UG 39CELLO hoi mg rollol ItMroHi ortyod for N h Row Boats o

:)WI"'S Premium' Baco L1.4PSWIFT'S 1711.W 11511011. II -.noN yN II
n llo your vrllton dtfomo In ooM coon
PKQ. on or btforo Iho Ulh lIlY ol Oclotor. Golf Clubs
A.O. I.... End Ihot you oholl thorooltorw .
OR ARMOUR GlAD "A" or toforo ttw Mtk lIlY ol OclotorO. .
CARROTS 2/25 A. 1144 oorvo I cooy of your do- TypewritersMotorcycles.
; It Slit, tn FtilllF/ Rfl i, 111
HENS for baking LL39 loumootl Fkol .,..... Oolnotvlilo, Florn .
: IHo Ol/aMy tsr M pla15l t W "1111mldlaoSly .
. 1111.510 NN IN 5111.11
my oNteo. Uom tollw to comolv
wi' ollhop, of Iho -. o Oocroo in Used TracksRefrigerators
5055001 will III 111.r/d 1511115. yN r
,COPELAND FRANKS 3/1.00 -.. N ,-. \
Wilful' on* Mol ol our Clp
12-es. k rt:1."T':
GIANTSIZE coil : tty of tottomoK.

: ; A.D. 1N4, Baby BaggiesElectric


GlAD F'A' WI.:. . . SY EMILY ol Circuit WATSRHOUII Court Motors 1
I IARTON ft IURWILL Store Equipment '

FROZEN FOODS a AttornoMnt top PlilnllH
( I. Pint 111 ..1O.InaavIt. Farm Machinery
f,14, U III II:'

r BIRDS EYE: ''N THE CIIICUI COURT 0" P1011.DA Infant's Clothing


: : 2/39; MAl WVORCIRIATHIA VICKIRS, Office Equipment f'

CORN 1. . . 1 . 10... Pk, 59With SS. Onto) WI..O'TON"."'"VICKIRt 11. JR. Movie Equipment

( BROCCOLI 2/45 TOO .... Vkkon. Jr. whooo tddi'onlo
: . . 10'es. 'kl. HI ARon ....... .....". oonjio Sports Equipment
You ore konky notmod mol O Com.Nolnt
hot. OOM ..... k mkj Court Nursery Furniture
-'ORDHOOKS OR CALO Ctmpbtirt PILLSBURY ..._ you b* Rttihto Moo Vlckora.onoroW .
r tho oookt 0 Otvorc ond yoo MNr5W '
OR n.USIrN Ie IN YI.r 10.1/11 dl'. Vacuum Cleaners
LIMAS 2/55 mo lo Iho Comglolnt wIM Iho ClorfH
10.... 'k" Dog DS Iho Circuit Court Alochuo County
'p a : EAR Ier .1111/11 and N 51.5 Nrv.M a 1101 P151d1110 N Nil5r111.1 Fishing Equipment

1 I'I NnNy. P. .w.11' TIINIW.S1. .511 011101MI
: SINNVIiw. PMr16a OR N M Building Materials
*0 001151 '" """. H151I1 NS a.i.

I 1 1)1') ; Fruit or Cream PIES 3/$1 Food SOUP Biscuits 1111 5N a 565 1516101 Doc_551111-P11 N COINNN M N1111.1155115014 w16.? NdN06M51 M w Washing Machines

SIN 1115 .505 M Ntr CSunMtlv0
.1151 "Ior Ie M 501411 .51. 5l0.N4 Heating Equipment
r Ma. GI 4 for .N 1w 001515.15 111. S 005101'

2/25 10* PIP C_iIMIMN. 'Ior_N O.Mwv/140. ANM.5 Musical Instruments \ '

FRENCH FRIES 2/19 10171.1.. SIT Nod W Nl'cl.I NMN
[ t- '.,L _N",. Cl NNI ,.... Camping Equipment
I 39* SIN ION J. iVCARinKHAIL II? M 510115111?,. -

: ma tin toft-ox. Ckjrl ot IN Ckcull Court Plumbing Equipment r

I : Chase & (COURT MALI Children's
DUN .,,. ti" .:.. IB:'

Sonborn Electrical
r : .MIRACLE ShorIning AIIO POM ALACHUA COUNTY. Cats Parakeets


WHIP :RANCtt p.......,.. ,

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TOo P'NN .... -......
r. : now .-. ,

:, 49C 59ct 7Ill.. & .r.'C. __:_JR5 CoIIIotooIe. than theGAINESVILLE aI;a I'

m Whb$5.000rear YIN -- M.... ..... M11N1
t > QT ( 11110 M IMIOIIA We wR5l'. I
MeN) TON N M CsNI 0151 fII A11M550w
I P/Nhda. 551 ..11111 15.INTw155M115111ri

.. .. .. 1101TMI SUN I ,

0'' 'HENDIRSON'S IMRCAL DIXIE LILY i'A'i I IITIAS1I Yw N. .1511 Wow N.MNrw. Nr110.W N S.id 115115N -

M M W5' ..ao."lf /twww.
': WHIT A. 0. IN4 OIC ail yw 15.55ur1NM
MEAL .5 a M OIy d 0.0oil.

,: SUGAR \ ':. : := : C WANT ADS 'I

I : ; III L a. 11101 laI4 SoN.PMY1. .
Napkins OR N-N Mi M 14Mfi4 5N
NO ...... 111.5 NI1I.1 kr .1I.plN
.IN11 d M a NI 011 :
l ? Alit IO'u GRITS .550.501 015 N-10 -- OpY1M N -

7 TWO STORESN.W..16Nt AYE. _M Coi sop 05-=:'Ea/-5.Nd fII 5 A.CN.1.st CALL


2 f. 23c RNClowN Coot
.WIIt $5.00. 5L1.Mtn 5..1701. 5 0U1wl1.4 371-1411
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W jptid y. Octohr 7.1964 Galr>.ivlll.Am .


,y CLASSIFIEDDial .... Pill 11151 w .....,_ Cul'
INDEXANNOUNCEMENT Things i 55.57- A//'S'. Tess l s.M 1 1 I I TAP NAM. .MAR A

..- 555.51551115, w,1.. N.
to Ihlny kaura w Macnaol. C A It IH" I. I. M I V Itt
dwrtft. ar 15. wark kxatH. -
I In .......r Imdianr wrnlnai." II aacaptotf. > :HII11dd 31.Ancalll 5 r. M MOW G 1'1
I Cr Writ full ta M,. kiss .. PnSd rS3.w11p
it TMMILM C. Pr. Jr. M.0. TC I! 10MORAMTand

FwMITr 378-1411 _. W. *ik .... ar IINISt .. A G r. It A It t. .
1 P.N.nNllse mwoaa. .NunWANTtO SS. Coal
kIvb.1 tli\nii ai'pMli5N I fu.rJ dUSUN1 S A I L AS I .. .
nl4IMCW 1Mu,1M1r
i iii Ol 1 HONIIT RlklAUlMAID : : I"' I L o"t r. t .0" e
NotlONIFIwIM .; 11. Po.155s S6. DscotsdnE
Hau_ an* ...,"*. .
Salta!... Ooa alary. TO NW r 12. Slow. 1CIi. LIT OAR PAR Ada.al5t

I l.by .imtn Child Care Announctmtnttt 111 31. 'I.ltpoue A L r. A 'II A. T It It D1s.

f PlKM T* 0. An< W..... to Ied.O/.I
T.Il51. Ye M. 11 $. Hal. 14. Prsdcss b.PTT.. T tift It. t T tit" A L

LOST i FOUND ."YCl' MIS5I1NGIIr- dust It 0 A M .1 0 r. It "L Y
I"N yoan aM nwl aovondakW 13.A.w/sg U.Csnse.Il
AUTOMOTIVE loon ,... 4 Mina a_|) 1.S Mcftp MUII nava '''''.. Pull tima aay.lima 17.hcaoIIII' SOLUTION O' YllTIIDA puma
/: N Alrrali ..;........... THE fomt ar**. citarwaiaraoa UJ.'r. aMy.w .... ...c.ss
1 71 Tnicki fir MM _. Call pa. ...MILSfWAID1 ittn If. Si.P"1 .9.Dry DOWN..ak115d
71 Trvdu WnMM u lll'' 50.H. M I.lfatl.. '
loon AGAIN ..wnll aoa. MM IvMlvlHon, Wick a krlca anarlanca yoke 7.PIquancy
Tractor ft Trod KinlihM will whlM, ... tan ntflrttina cvr- _..... Moil know VAA 565F n. Srrtf bait 51. Alto Nosatd 'pif1r

1 .1Ier KtntiliM CCs.,?.,,.' .p.14 IOrio lied._PMtli 15'11. PNA. ..Wrlla..IIIe.P'....O. Wllllnt... H.Pinna tarattctta. II. .u... S2.Thtoe I.Suds,. t.WIM oldas

1 MwtyclM ft ....... 21111. ar call m-Mra tar aa- LsiI. 53.AnI tI Its roM Old
4 MAHtMMMM. dw..rtMinn aalntmanttaBiliKa !S.Owu I. EHSsl 10.TIll,'

N A.Me.5i15.. M his 4 PERSONALIZED SIRVICI I'. 'LItMAN PMT *1155551,15 1r11d. C.III..Y55al.. .... 2$. Coslrowd 1M ..Hard" 36.Jot

kI CM TIME RUT 11 III/II" "AUIY IIALODN.s55Y accauiti m lha OcHOUnaivilla .. 30. M.pIc S4.1T..TIk1 +.M.. JO..IdSI.

? 11 AuIoe W.nNd .. -5.3.1 : I ana. *Wa M tma 51,5 carakutlntH. aaaMaraanaanlMiv 15.ftlrlpeal sur 33.S'kr.lell3S.1AEus. .
AH tMTI fMrMIMaParm.
II 111155 01Q.sw15. w 54114 5.r .
... IDUCATIONAL"M/.. You M .. UnN A... II innitOXK wa MI*ara OIHrlbutar a Notional at MMmictwar aulaparta r ...II no"l
an* (.lanair nirdwira. H 3S knIIIiJt
4r' WMHMC. OMCklf _NN lu um ki MKai ; you ara 17-41 yom al oao aa.parlancod ,I.aM
sl W.M.d.InMrvctlwEMPLOYMENT 1.1155 N 1.1,51 a TONS In a>n.n| ta nwrclunnhava
Ia1Y step 01511115 k1I. f a .oa* car _' I'. *n* 1155115,
3.111. lie. 5r 51111 a PIwK IniorotiM m 'lolMna a HIM' /
..... "'., k wcoM ta m. % 21.Ds75 II r.
11 ,...... Help. WarM TO SPICIAL NOTICES pubes anon $,. Oaaraa Ow. WIllI .
y 0<01. otMlll ,....*. ..* 'rl> 19. ?. "":'
i p' M Mil,. NMO WadM tap ..... I P.M.CASP5NTR3. .
LOU WIIOHT Mrtl,, w" on 31. Kotl.a bird .-
U Nshp-Mihi. w Parish. ,....
OaA.BM -.. only N mat, N/m5 w .
f' M MIN. H., WnMM 15 t PI* WMK. Canava Oral .1Ndy --. ... 'ruct 5115.p. 3.lb. ::
... ._.
C Worn WwM ,...... 53U cWlNny.S 11_. -mvar. Orova Youna 541.111 37.C.lIIIor :

u .... WarM MMI Ian ml PuaHik *U 17. ar call D.Hssv, -.J
laky SMan Child Can attm altar 7 ".No, CLls1.

FAKMS LIVESTOCK CnlkD D mVl Man."PrlTaTT-. 0pPlc.5U555.7. .._... $111p1 IndMiil CAM with a ilHn.anui 41.WNlbs
.,_ Plus ""'m,..,.... M winter ....'IM mtraraMKnll
M Farm 5.015PMa* GET :! ,NW ___C'll n.11. 11"55 oaln, avar auoll, ....,..... c.. M 11sIe 51,411 1111. cock
t1Y B Fl ftUWMMI4 Pa1RIwd nor paarhmlly, lOTd Powma tao / 43.Toward 1545arouto
WOULD LIKI la MX MIN M m> Ita-A Ulnrivllla .... artHlMl ikl Maaralta Va
W kMtatv
horn NW ,... PH. tnml.Nnr
nc autiit tar 1I*1It aMk Ptor
tummim TI MI 'U Paid N ......... WANTID aMp.rlanca4 .rvlca aarvica Illlion Mti ami. aMiwir MM lac 4. ENDsls.

r MMl ft toMllM. TINY TOT _iuilan.jittt nun Al liimaon> ItWANTIO ...11. ..0<.... MrmMM, _tor. a. N4nou.

91 UwatMfe WfliilitfPINANCUL rdMI 5114 null HK TI 4Ws tisls M 5.505 M 511. / ... Itllllired
No Longer PLAY SCHOOL ...... aaa u.... muit M kaM- paltim .a,5 II cnia tar aack pt. '.7. Ksvs
III.1t ar w NI,1 p5111M14 / abW' AnSI la Hsfl sal Oakn atCinlon /5.15 UMiMa wilMa w wlal .
? Phana all.U7tMl Ian la Lasts WNw 41.Pr ."rIIIl
II 511 S/ PS .1rs i D.I lina
N ........ OMMlmlHM M ..pd.WANTID. tar OMwnllla Owl NMdlactaOfaartnwnt _01111III
II Marty M Ls.5'S THAT CHILD CARI .11.5.5 ..1eI_.. P. O. ... lilt 01Cntiwa Ns1 215111 aP III... ....'.. /7
al nlca button arivata nama. rot- 1-V 1.c15k1.o. IoIUI"II. ...,..... Nv Tark II. H..
Is {v II Msr'S./N _rs...... P.sn 55 Ffl1. ...... I ......k. IStlsskl.1' Print aUlnly' P.TTI M MUM-
': MSMy WMM 10' 1115.. I 141113, cell. .. .Id, NAMt ADPIIIII anIONI. .
M+ 11 FEMALE HELP WANTIOIICRITAHy 5.15.1111 _..,,. "MIT1111" .
mMM 4 color T.V. Aaaly HI
MERCHANDISE '_ Ma .NW Ilk M or call NSW PO. *!! Ml Mlana, -
for .
.I WMM I* WM .M. ..bwkkaaam an aoctor* amoral TWInS*vlot imm. .,.. mara tnhlom PIM i pp.ll la unit aanann., rocMt. HIMavvi am.kroMtr M... Met, W..... 14-St.... H.I, W...*. U Wick W.*.*. .w'-7
MKhiMry ft TWKM In M. O:. ",Ie.. MIN ank liiviCI union atitnMib niahl
axil' cMhM. tool Mcaitti
lulMInf Me...... >v rnoMin, mala. la taU, 1/1'--' tar* am ___tit ,...... Torso .. .. 5 II 0 HIT! ....... M yr.. (... M .WIkaaltk
5 1 HouNIIeIiI ... BETTER c-a Guests 1111 SunMOITISI.WAITP.ISS._ f.._ oil CompmyAlaclwa n515.Y.. auafcar 11.511,1., I = :' 55,13 :', 01110.5SSISr11ls115. ntlra ...... .....".
llaakPawn. Pla- VAlUf M COMPtlTI QUILT mmil wk Bay Ja* '' Ian CaNKI TM' lull.lots. Mini' Haaay N* Hit khailtdmilM. '
M s M Anl,...... Ills lilrl. bnlvarilry WANT'O .. .tlSSO d 511x/ ..00555. PATTIKNI m _.., 515.10111 .5.111151NPO M M' tdnav. w P.r1nr5. I.I0IIMN" 174-iail. TKN
M MIM. tar ....lsr1 Inn Saul* an <4|. Mr. Pmni.K .. AP141 lslry9 .S,55rsM, .oak. PIT k MMrfc a>aank IM4Hcanltnawl .' _r$011451. .
1221 W. U.tv Ave. wi.. .....* 11 k..... 11IItNctf' $
p TrN4W. PM ? >NALI yaiin lady ta work Martina aur *nawan s
Need .-nln..r'Ptsa.as.51( II-H.I. M... *. fa**)* N
155.1W. 5.15 Its sssr N
In ckia dara ano) lhaCvarall
..... airly a .1
riNi ca *
M ,
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71 saris MarlM I.... aaan Mi Oaiooavlila. ..___ 5A5i50 C5W5? = man ta anaii am iatMtrawa ML SIHVICIMMMlWn. 5
n C..., Hunt ,11II nat _...,,, Aaply In aarao* I Insure to 11 Mai. Hal* WSII.dPROFESSIONAL 55a1. 15111 1 *antta. Ins 55055 5 ts. 115 1ta1es .. Par MomuoMTrl -
I am,.. am. at am NW lyn II. They M 5a55 I kaami M ( cnonoMOTOII an M an* at on MIII, M
n Wat tilTit. :: .. :. 311115?. SIN lass 15 51 I1 w., 11111VI. 5514 55005 .511505 1 P11555 51.
WANT0 raHot i homamotliar. I 507 90! i i"A ., tsre,1. l11511rks1.15Ov,1 II... HI W.
n Musical M.rt>.Ha (. CARl! par wook. ltd I and aarmantii Age P.OUT* MlttMAN ZCail I1. 15.Islis. H 55151 A4M1l. .,. JartiMrvM...

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w, IJ\ 1--- GAYS Cleall out the aOieta & Utility borne Now-Pick up extra ca.h Person to person ode ere for Non>> commercial UMr telling metCha..dl.e prlc.d, ;J

1\\, I 1 0 ; 4 LINES $3 at bring$100 qukker or .las action.with the tilling prke .toted In the oel. N. additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that 1

DIAL. 378-1411 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad. :

iorin SUPPLIES 12 MeW'' NIH.S Per S.I.x 15 Haanat far f.kj IS Ham. far Said, IS.H.... t., lele .IS HMM IM sea S IS HWMM tar Sato 'IS H..... lot S.I, 1 1I

I! J'lIr' 1I"'I: "' .I, _un, 551* .11 101 12' T" U _room. 'emu y foam, IY OWNER Immwllolo DOSM* .v OINN or 1 BR homo on Loko winnot if
THE TIME h.. R.ian.b5. 13..551cM: yard 51111 0 vltllfy PARRISHPRESENTS NcalI to ,..... Cer1IM .... I.. oten, llnonclna arranged. Not M mil* orrotiMd Cali 3754734.A PHA II201 down and. MPS. AU Ivmltun Includlnf wodwIng '
-- Coli 3721987PS hou.o and pump. Plional 375,37 cubit nolohborriood convonionlo a prvloct Coil J7MMI doyi, or monm lo woiniod wvclioMrtMclout mochln: *, rtWo 4 now boo "k
Khooo ond onopamo. m* V4-274I ovonlngo to IM our IM with I 55 A I baS, .
.. room .II. Woriuno Laulod 7on
TATAN rroblta homo 5lnso ,
51.5 M MaSse Mond pub flnonclng. Tha Jamn Company. It 4 55 'both. ant bust SWIMMINGPOOL .IWM oolk LII-OII ond kltchon.ol
1.f IS NOW. plea Ili .. ... anully mo. .for IOM* (pn., Coll poymontoMM J7> phono in-im. it. COM.. CCI homo at 175 Nl10th Nolgnoorlnod 4 block of .....- ocro 11'::= art londoconoilm MOW :
FR 6-7786 191 ails r ..M. SOS ONLY 5455 daIs lid "HA PItroda .AAA NoHhoomood 4 block olHopping Sitar 1 .
PUO !d. AKnglilorod N UNIViaslTY, bodreom, I Sills "krM1. MOVING TO JAX7IRIAT conlor SM Inido topproclito. .
puppy meo. .
: :1:1on: .,_ W I III I 1001 Nl oh II. Han THREI bodraom, 1 both frame .f
largo d
bom brick homo aw5.r.11P alIt opn.rtunIIy.
Do You Have "" .... Irwlllnt, .e f. O 1,52.10 I II LOTS MR SALE room win Hropiaco M oraIpba llvln. .. 50.5 51101 ....... lor ills IIINI boouilful. wotor trOll SPACIOUS I bodraom IM loft lid Itringor, fh J7JfU, or 11055 w'lII' 511., 10001. ,,.. lb.11g .. .
't onga ......... C.ll 4IHIH.PIYB donl.5' roan Mil .Iet lsmlyuain 0.11I1t/ I 55 WIM' alrC.od0InNq. homo to Moyport arM for you, mnonry honw will W tr 1410.SUY roan. 51140 and dlnln.
.doiachod P.nNM Nmlly'' Oolnotvllla homo ar proport,. 411. IW QtIt W.,. PR d. i
RAILROADSIDING r a MMmaionry row.1.1n1y SWIMMING r-OOt LouM InMw
: : a A Room KITTENS oil wook. J > I* approclotowwoval ::r'rMAlON : = :::. : ..._ .
GN fall .,.. LOT dlmlly 1 tladrtt ranga Ilvl. Hugo PlarWo Room IDs city I ," TMo lo M omop.llonol MAPPINRII I, I l
pott. 577i/ : 4 RR. I both, I .
; Apartment or .... .. and 4IHiwoinar Sock yordIcom.mi -,... PMally II. .11I. buy 111.259.CONTEMPORASY ., ly knotting In o U. ITt I 1Ia5 ciraort CM '
ALU HAVI tarp eommorcM: M withrollraad MANOR Nay 1 W N Mdosd 5.015. I bodraomi. .oi11N.. .Ofo will In mto ana 'byboaroom MM down to owomtod Iou""... ,"f)
t I Mint. Will' .,.., bulls roam I ....... CISIrIS bail SId Call 5410 lsr :J. : ass N flea ar. 455..bsaW/M/ kltcnon.Mony I .bodnom I ALACHUA 14011 1.'1 INC. wim' PHA tlnonclng if 10 pormo
?I House: to Rant i MtWIe H_ Par kuPOW Ing la anil tonant Oils MI"'... cisdlllw1N11. L 5 V S N NI mi TOT. .many cuatom fMturoo b.m homo of 0..,. block cararucll.n w 3155535 loltor pay cknlng eotlo.. Call t
lory I..... PI 44 by .
: toc.tod to lilt NW ooo.ton. ModM Ho II'M.0,05 awry 551. JTI MI nr aoot to aw lOt NW
I. ALI 011I KSNT INI MANY _Hut I aero .toto In NWMvoral UNcdNN ld.d Iris. I.? MIS.drSII. I .IM m., t 1 bam car., carport,II. m.lei la. IM utility* WIN traa7arMll aulr'lgM, $ ,. moclol .,_ toclUMMtpjlown tram I P.M. Dl',. Wh Torr. I 'tmw
SU..Ny.IMMIDIAT. tel Allan
REMEMBER-., NIW MOON N S 14 ...* 51.5 Ioc"..... priced tram I7J- NW location noor atom Hugh...Idwardo.. Inc.. 55ld5berry. IPSO oN1. Allpd IA III' N.W. 55 55.Ca5.aro w
Domun. 271.13.0.I .
monoaor cilIr1. MITIand Coot walk aS 51hir _, I
1- IMsIS dbb's' v501. Mwit 1.'M 5l5. OCCUPANCY calM ochaol/ Ph PM 4JMOMODERN. I 1 i mvmt morn SN.lS
vacancy' / It ... 15,511111' .. 775171$ POOYCl AlI< A rental IR. Icorporl /.15. 1155,111 4111115 dropoi. lorboM glipoond "YOU'LL SUV IT VIRV -.v otcr.=.
"ALTOII homo an nko piarWa ,..,.. and ...... "
CLEARANCE SALE II'Iorldt roan and 01.45.05? SNWIfulaw.. lTams.
559 W. U.Iv. 31.,131 .rtc. tot wthM wolklm/ 11.,_ Convonlontly kxatod for oil,..... ONLY Uixa. modili.III. 771 onyour Walttr Itubbt, Inc. Pn.Calnntvillai .
"COSTS YOU MORE SEE US TODAY .. Oalrmvllla High Icltoal and ..1.J. lot 17..531. I :
I. ACPI WOODID HOMfllTf Now I M I MID homo w Hi COT. 1.-''' .l\
i' M'....*i Wttt ol Town ell pavedrow. ..51n1.y.TRADITIONAL. hoot tr cand Del... kllchml Wows bead Sinn Mcl151nl brrN LOVCLV I bid..... ivt bomcotod '
I :' 1hon the ad that BUTTSMobile II, M with tow"down payit I 1Itd....., I Cl. built In rOKM t ...., ,.rd. Nlco noighoorhood. 117,f SIIW Spill IMa 1n..Mry .Dome .. nowool lId watt .
r call Dick Pobmion onyflmaLAR.UI ,_ In ID
drilWOlhor 1 "'-' 571 1q.N. Nl 12th Tor NW Mellon lu.l
iMiarlaui ..
Homes I Inc RALPH A. 50MSY. 11..1. 511111. ":/r"-:: 111155. r05111, ; 1$151 11,1 Mum 4011. 5.rep.SIDO1WAY 11114.M clly llmli/ .{ ONLY apafnonfLAKESHORE I.ildi./ :
will. rent it! 11 W. Unlv. Aver 2751555 'nam Tarp_ CONTSU C T S 0 N HUM. wim 7N DOWN I .
with flropiaca kHcnon STOP LOOK LIVE
NW 13th St. ... MouHM tot. in NWlaclton wlll 515111' N .van aid co. OMtU ar J7MMJ. '
Itog by W MM A.... HUM I Nay ft_ 4 bodraomcitod
H.,.'. what at 6th St. IIml will bcatid paved adlocanl 5155.51.to a.w,0r city, NIW WIITIIDI laaMontlal. MldlVI.IM toko rI soWNIt. .S at Into 545W Moore 1151 I SN11Nq' mrc55s. ... TOWERS 1"7
your ot 114 NISHiAvonw
7 RR Com CR barn wim carIris
at ocro ton pavadotnolo :
city wotar Ails lirga toll with Intdo AT LASTBY 51ailM alr5ndN11n., Don ONLY Il<,t0* with/ 11,20 DOWN.
ISIS Wade kod luol t mlloi.
vacancy COSTS an nor 14,191. Silos your dr.S m goauo .... III"""" ,. Larga Pla.
INC. IIOrtII II SUry. Down 51511151III. :
.M NW ,11II it OomaovllPP. 55,11. .rr........ nama vanca.UM .Mto now batora arlcaa" ad ( DEMAND) Iron 11v 1s5KII" ml.. yMm.for JOHN
,M YOU EVERY DAY Mill Walt Jahnoon Mp. 55115511 Hat,0l. 1111.CNI only aw hundrad dower rI
I'' 1914 TAMPICO If ...... control V. Q. McCoy 3757751 NANCHSTTI 110MIIITIO. tot Hugh Nontmaat Idwardi ONlq Inc. hoi vlll raturnadto '"'
', until It Is rented: et_. and hOOt. LOCOtOd III.own 1 ACe LOTS It .......,.. IromOolnoovlllo awp5aN5.My II acne 5511. Lt- WITH 'FURNISIHEDCamatotaly MERRILL
,'hl..I111 nit, .Iv'1 Call Ar.CM with _... to LaSS salad M I/NN1rry II..Salmca... JN/ ALL IP.ICK PRONTIRIAL turnlohod 1 RR, I bomhomo
455244/ Alto" new Mnnoetad to Lakatoil. PLAITIR WALLI sN N I.. tocotlon'
"if.RENT! YOUR LOSSIS orlcoo, Milwl tormo lorg.MI ".. tIM with "tow dawn Tall HOUIB YOU HAVe SUN TinoAizo PLOORI Only !\\.oaI" down' and 171 pal LIJTINOTHONI I
dlipuy to eontral PtorldoWo poymant and:= at III par. WAITING POP ) bodtaam I I PORMICA CAIINITIIOODIO -'II. ... 11I11 a5. 115W. m M4M
Coda lor anything. Proa doImataTy mo. with no charga. PhMM74 51.5, roan.WIN LAWNS AISOCIATISMARCELLA t
: : PER DAY !IS: Ilvary 55 attar I P.M. an w.Nday. :v':1'L:="PlorMicanlral AIM' CONDITIONING fAKDI '1:

tit .. 111 .. IIM por day Hwy. 17 Opal, I Is.ad I L|. Lata t'o.l-:':,. .(r'conOlllonlng." wolklm $16,350VA$100Total- iir
Palatlil P11.15 $25IMS N. W Lorn ".,_ to Llft_ Mini la
ill burg '5IIm L W aera IVMARY N III IppraclIN.M. MIDICAL CRNTIP
par ma. IIM $1 8075I ,
par day 5050./ you 5.55 105 m N. $1 055 u5. ; UNIVIRMTVMw
In 5555111 mi N. MOM it n man PraloMy. m.1. NhaSls.
411 par ma. .. $ .U par day II unit :chaawTwnI MOELLER, M. and. lodran nlsdall w. M. Murwaa, RMltor briak bomo to NW 1151
II, II, IT wtdm .g to rtongtttt '.. REALTOR Awn Roy.NCCanw..MT.4CrrD.u055a.. Iw55klp ISa11405 3 M.. ;
par ma. .. .II tiU7CURY
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Patina* .. .." par daypar ............. Martorto Mlllcroot..Wind.bKftParkmanar PARRISH Cash I ban Maa.buna AIM at Uris5dISM 44MNW .1
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,., ma. ,, ... gar days 1uII MMIII rt" Mw1 a CSM51nPa5VMu55. Woyno Mill Htlan' erohomiaroryn FHA From New Homes 5515.S a Swlmmlnf Sid E.cmtl.. Allow
M.IWH J. W. 11,15.' Pwiay Mary Porrltli' a Acre d Plcnla Orw.d1 e Cantral Haate N
) par'. ... .. ',... par day "SERVICE HAS BUILT BBf'lAKiailNIVA" ',.,...,. II No 115155. PMh.p.rty If N. I. Plrit It_m-S84 $750 Cash a Canlral Air CM**. Uundry rnfllrlM .1

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1.14511.1 M MSdN hills
I. W......... .. ,.... awryday SHAOOWLAWN a Pa oJ Parklni Ara a LlfMW SMawcllu I
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dnetllant imall ravma. M
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." 050555 clly IImltt. Jam. M. 5111005,0371r. Pla. .m., Lorto kitchen" Cto.Rm IndHrkkial Itylat Par You 376-4456
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378-1411 CONNOLLY .tS 515555 1nia. AI. I CONVINTIONAL at 37th St. (24 H_ Ie"'ct'' .
SINN, MesN .111I d...N 5105 doll A .
MaMM Mama ..., Inc. S I I wa1 Mony salsa O1L.Ni I ,COW.1- Cont 'HI. Med 05511/ A7050-l. w551. lit SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY ,
TO-J1ACE YOUR bsdNiM .. Many Hfita ,. .mwlr. LawtoJawalry Nr ParacMol FOSTERHEIGHTS Drive 2106 S.W. li* ST. U.S. HWY. 441 +
II.., mw11rsabarn. CaWIpNIFRED Horn. ......laaidacapad.. -. Rmlaovtlfully .. Mist III N.w. ifili

SUNRENTAL V Sri 0.11I1t/' today.III S U......:051 115111N P$ H. CRAWFORD ly ._. Call Mary MaaiKor LUoNow WALTER STUBBSInc. .PR..Ave..1IIt.......... ...Ohs alga. Iprb1p III...I...r. I Butler Bros. BUILDERS

3150551I uocallilna mLAKI LecoM at NW *>* Slim IIM
P>P.OPP.TIIIAiUI II Nw brkS 15..55 1MMr5511ud1.5. __ I
I* moblM hem ft mull MFarmy. NIAR SCHOOLS
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; WANT ADS doal al M.ilId.I.. MN aSp 57051.LAK I ..., I Bath, Polio N.. .'am. 5105 your 555 .
and Jr High Own.r laovni aotan tt.. VA I PNA Tormo.Capital .
SANTA PI .1.fIs SMMm1/ town L_...... .larga ajallayINVIITMINT Phone 376-3394 k
hill 144 Maullhd vllw, k. .
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I .1 WYATT- 1115 N 510 .Ny
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'"P. HOUli an Laka Oanova torHit. .. Prop, with (Kama, NW arm ptaaa I oik KnotCM
v TIIIAnDIO! Trailer Sales I HUM, ar .... Pfr4M ar.nor II IR 4 aafk Downtown. I VMtN ar tMJTM -

>I 1.r :44H7Mi AVl\III.. .. IIM. Collachya i ".M. WI-"". 7 unit NW .J,000It I

PEMmS.5455SIN '11., I lotho. 5211.005.Mold. 1
MomaaHmta Cedar Key Shoresfine callarail '
2Nv5555et1 ........ and Traitor AlnlraMiTraval homailtai from $2250 ,.110."camprlilni.... 4 sera OPEN HOUSE I READY OCCUPANCY

Coal,,. "I... MoMia MomaDMtor non-wotdrfront from $1310

5N, Pr.dumr.. ,.P1e55s SIWI. ."Iet Iii'.Iot uivar. larlnai tinea/ Waitta "!** Marina Locations MARY Beautiful new solid'brick., 3 bedroom 2 bath THE REGENCY- 3-bedroom. 2bath. Full brick, foyer, double

," I &IMI... .Id9VI.p r.:' = okay, "51M.. focllltltinaidddhdrdMotel MOELLER home with open brick ireplaca.. Built in oven and carport.corral 1,435 square feet. Huge lot with room for stable
INVEST In rear 1736 N.W. 39th Drive $19000 10%
LP"MrIS5:": SPiCIAL- o and range custom built kitchen cabinets 'i .
t oe PAIx $ AIrdwa down. $122
PI' ..11I... ..... 1M5 lei 15 5155115 Mme LocationsINVEST REALTOR large storage and utliity room., Double car per month. ) +

t :1111. 11. NW 1011I11. I $1 Pr.I....X55 1 MIN app.. bNnMM III 5571115 1 call : lOlt W. Unlvanlty. A.... port with curved drive, sodded lawn.'Excellent THE POWELL bedroom., 1 ft.bath. Oak floors, central 1
'11 : with small heat, full brick large WOODED. LOT.H.OOO 14t
: 3q JETS .IU FR4447IMombar location. Immediate occupancy ... $500

\ FEMALE "'. rA TNORTHWBTTRAILER SALES. DAVID ANDREWS- Multipia** */ LMmtS down payment FHA. no down payment VA. down $$6.49 per month.. .41" ;T\ I

rtJ.: /lOX e--"M"'t tm WoWa tofu NIit . I REAL ESTATE Dkk. W. MMlitr". Seats SkInS Kailaj Null Located at 506 N.W. 34th St. HAVE OVER 90 SEVERAL HOME PLANS FOR YOU CHOOSE FROM. WE
Ill N. m-r. Palm. lono I au.tIGI DurMCMNN. Mari LARGE OR
:,.. M monm old kIlNS SIAUTIPUL vlow, cloarad LakaOanav -

> 376.7850BOB Drivea *. "...11".. Hia Locotod kaarind kt wott.rattrictad CUSTOM HOME 3727070GAINESVILLE'S' "WE DON'T BUILD HOUSES .i.. WE BUILD HOMES!"

WHITE con IraM and gonila Maaa, = If yM Mo. kmiry bam IMora For quick free information', ; at no obligation, call! 372-2527
i QUAIL .. / ouch MI coty llropUonponoMd
Can 375.155155. /
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DMMI LittleSave family room, eveningsYou.
a ... platy ae.dlllp Ie NIC/, LOT ON SUWANNISIVIR. 1111C"" 5 wIW, .....ry, "J2
5151 SIN cr.f'p aim? condltlonlni, cm*"" ''. can depend on
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klttanaMla. ... Lot'L ruPIIo MS OU' mariSSaM. THE JAMES
HAL a homoo hi Wlmbarly litotoo.N COMPANY
HI SII.4MI Mb MNM55mNSS IS H.... fey .... .W. MM T..... IUtI afl N.Wink YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITY .
avollBAMSie Call ,,_,. -' 0Ve/115M .IS lilt IIIMtry Avarwa. 901 WALDO
TH aa baarMm i aam tta.trmraa
klttona and otud aarvtea. DADe Nc.J: Sp. MunN 4'lC OOK rodo IM down, pay Lloyd Myrlck ? y
_d. III... bM and aKacIjjhj .. m aar ma. am N.W. Wat Drtva .p5e1mm/st u- BY 'The biggest little builder in town" .,.
...., HI *... WIMIHanw M to mo futura. MISS. a aMnd M. III .11I Aver I
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PO* IALI IAUIT HOUNO nIP. .... ......,. Think Smart!

t. t ball mak thon 114 moa.and aid.papm.rad-anwhlt.M. Call. PALM VIEW ESTATES Double Your Money BACK

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-III' Samals $55. I pppM5 BRYANNow Think Highland 16,000 UP rlqu..O'f"! .
I .51,05. IlNI4Io .lilt NW 105o
l_. : Here Is the most unique new home offer In Gainesville building

I ADVtiTiii M nref.KHVICI to ...back.. you I...In Golndtvlll all Typo I LOW FHA DOWN PAYMENT history. We are so positive you will like our new All-Florida line

OIUBCTOHYiMcCOY'S of homes in Village Green that will
of rarrouo \ NOTHING DOWN VA we give you your $25
II deposit back if you are not completely satisfied after seeing our

Court Manor $100 Claslitf Cert completed models. (Models to be completed November I 1,1964).
B A T Ttrrotio
!I I If you are not satisfied with our models ond purchase a similarly

i MACOMA Company ALL CITY SERVICES back priced! home In Gainesville you'll! receive: double your money

UOt Nl Itlfc Dr.

!i : HOMES, INC.THf ..... fa 2.01.1 14 Models FERN WOOD MANOR

r 'JEFFERSON"appvlntod

I o $13,400' to $18,200
$12,250 up
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r5,5 y Wry. 55415M M OVA and FHA Approved $400 DOWN PHA
1'1 wark araa winknmdry. (
kllckan and pantryttorogg NOTHING DOWN VA
t handy la la aorvKa;1. .nuwlMiininalaf
Immediate Occupancy $100 Ctaslaf Cost
-- Tkara IfS Mrs bid .
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-" a lUlsipr. ....... II, :. Convenient Location PROM /) PER MONTH -!""'ii .' ._ 0 -
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l' I 0..5y NP1N55 L.M MISS, a NMs.S. a....11.hI .,..... Melly .All City Services '' '" ,. .-. ; ...
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TIll L.MN....NI'.... .petie. IN 5515.5aI IS .N...5501.. ..55.845-ISO. .... ..Mtkta Exclusive Swim Club r 4 BR. Erick Flat c......... Now fiaishlnf.Prke. 1 .37 Is r. i t yo- :
...Nuw S ddlgkMle ..... 1St "'w -= .L $I 5U5. $625 Den '"- $65 pi' .a. I.clad.s texas INCLUDESIe.d

... NW "III M.M Distinctive Designs .\ 1..1 L.M --.. .... ....

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GRANDE DIRECTIONS: Drive West. $100 down VA$395downFHA i!:= : -

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