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Creation Date: October 8, 1964
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By JEAN CARVER ministration stands for fiscal .lr>
Su Stall Writer Not To responsibility with Goldwatert ,
Rep. Ralph Turlington told a :Easy Change, Says Mallory proposed 23 per cent 1 tax cut ,
debate audience here Wednesday Turlington accused Goldwater *
night that Democrat.for- of proposing the "absurd tax cat,.
Goldwater leader Rep. Mallory rear end" and reverse party ed humor throughout his debate He accused the GOP presidential at the suggestion of his ghostwriters
Home oT Tallahassee Isn't really loyalties. with Home, which was spon- candidate of running a Censing difficulties: II''
for the Arizona Senator. The veteran Democratic state sored by the House Staff Wives negative campaign."He the campaign"
"HU position is that of protest legislator said he felt the national Club of the University of Flor- Is for turning back the. "But his nasty aecusaUont *
," T u r II l a Ifon explained., Democratic party repre- ida Medical Center. clock," Turlington sail "Mr. and statements are not limited ,
"Most Goldwater supporters are sented fiscal bankruptcy and "Someone asked me if there Goldwater baa no record of concern to fiscal responsibility," TurK
not for Mr. Goldwater but are flaunted a lack of constitutional was anything I knew Mr. Gold- for the welfare of people of Ington added.Turlington .
Y protesting certain things that restraint. water was for," Turlington said. our country. He seems to wantto Mid Goldwater baa
have happened. "If Hubert Humphrey Is the "Of course this was a question return to a period of private' a history of making statement'
Home told the group of epitome of the Democratic partyI that required a great deal of charity and family responsibilities that are sheer: at the time
about 350 that it was "not easy am not and have not ever reflection I finally seemed to ." but then he reverses himself.'
to depart from the comfortable been a Democrat," Home added recall that he supported the bill He repeated several challenges "He (Goldwater) has a record
middle ground of silence establishing Blue Star Memorial to Hone to compare of no progress against .aISee -
to boot your parentage In the Turlington continually Inject highways" claims that the Democratic ad ( THE DEBATE Page !)'



t WEATHER .:-

THE (Satesuflk Sun .. ..
Partly cloudy through Fri ,
day. High today In 70s.

"Just a Protest"Rep. Low and northeast tonight 5$winds to 7 North to IS ;

Mallory Horne, right, active leader In the Demo miles per hour. ,
crata-for-Goldwatcr campaign In Florida, was accusedof

being a protest campaigner rather than being a 89th Year No. 81 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 8 1964 one wSIK DAILY ANe SUNDAY'
; ,
Goldwater
supporter by .Rep. Ralph Turlington Wednesday *M MMNI stmt NEWSSTAND PRICE 1kf I
night. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis.)





I I LBJ Pushes Prosperity t r



From Sea the Republican vice presidential ,Iowa and Illinois and In a na time since Harry S. Truman
Wire Reports IIIIDIIDee. finally televised,speech: last carried the state In 1MI.

IN 'THE MIDWEST WITH ,Large and noisy crowds greeted night, the President said over Later President Johnson was
JOHNSON President Johnson the President In East ChIc. and ever again that the voters welcomed by record crowds of
who is telling Midwest go before he flew to Indianapolis must decide on Nov. 3 whether IS,000 in Springfield and 79,009 M
audiences he expects the biggest ID Peoria HI
their government Is to continue
election landslide to history
fir-ri-
said today one campaign Issue In his Indianapolis speech policies and programs that Sen. Paul Douglas, who accompanied T
Johnson likened the American have brought us unprecedented
Johnson, said there
is whether to chop up the
American economic for economic system to a sturdy national prosperity" and' had never been such turnouts
system
firewood. oak with its roots In the Midwest "that have kept the peace" under in Central Illinois for a presidential -
Swinging Into the second day x the administrations of both candidate' of either par-
of an 11-state tour Johnson "And the I Issue today," he parties ty.

stopped first at the racially said. "Is whether to tend this In Des Moines, a roaring In Des Moines, the President
mixed Industrial city of East oak with tire. nourish Its crowd estimated at mere than dismounted from his car ten + h r 1"Looking
Chicago, Lid, where he ap- growth as It must be nourishedor 171,000 persons lent substance times on the way to the capital,
pealed for liberalization of the whether we chop It up for to the prediction of Gov. Bar telling the crowd: "Thank you
Immigration laws something firewood. old E. Hughes that lows would for being! here Thank you for
opposed by William E. Miller In campaigning yesterday, toThere's go Democratic for the first coming out. Now don't you all ;

1. ,* forget Nov. S.to" vote, Democratic tti on J



I II. Soviets in Cuba ? all In The a day television themes ha reiterated helummered address last taped night on .. \

earlier and broadcast from the .
at WhatIsrItNewemen
,. 'Washington t: :,

'& RASOTA7F1i. -(AP) After" addressing a1rp.d.rl"., Without mentioning his opponent and highway"official*'look. over av taatbf device .,rUl. .' ymfe ..;
{ Rep.'William E.: Miller'......' Sarasota gad ...... by name, the President here .
"IIMmer lies at both on Waldo Road Wednesday- group of 25 reporters we] offklnls pan *4 ....*
sub
'there is "far more Soviet activity MZActivity:: today be planned to go Into stance eagerly and accepted the wording the of Senator four-day tour of the state road .,at... The what..-.. .In designed to Measure .... i
hi Cuba" than people realist
and that the Johnson administration Tennessee and Missouri. Goldwater's_ challenge smoothness of ,a ride,;(Sun photoby Tommy Lt"I1)J.r .

is not telling Americansthe Earlier Wednesday Miller that the voters should have "a
truth., promised that if an admlstra- choice, not an echo" '
"The choice Is he Last of 301
yours
The Republican vice presidential lion were elected, It would recognixa County's
candidate told an outdoor a Cuban exile government said in last night's address.Urge .

.rally in Miami Wednesday night The crowd of about 4,000, supply arms to Cuban
that American wheat sent to the including many Cuban exiles "freedom fighters," and "let Doctors
Soviet Union apparently was cheered noisily when Miller them fight to take back their
turning up to Cuba to violation pledged to help'.toN'' free own homeland." Begins in DecemberBy :
of the original sale agreement government to Cuba If ha and To Work WithEducator.
He also cited Cuban radio Goldwater He told reporters that a Gold-
Sen.
wen
Barry
broadcasts and newspaper reports water administration would
J Indicating that the Soviets elected. provide armament and other NORM LaCOE County line-will begin by December The group of reporters and
,were Installing radio and dry The New York congressman supplies but said be was making tan Matt writer stole highway officials highway personnel are making
moved commitments to employ Construction of the last section said !here Wednesday during a a four-day lour of the slat a
I' dock facilities on the Carrlbean then on to Sarasota no any
OIF CORMIER
I island that could be used by continuing his forage far votes U.S.military forces to help oust San By Edncadon Writer tour-lanlng U. I. tour of IS state newsmen and road system.
( submarines. In the Deep South the regime of Fidel Castro; from Hawthorne to the,Martin road officials. They paused la Gainesville
I School IUpertateacMata 'ram about three hours Wednesday,
around the state discovered for a visit to the Materials Research .
they have an unenforcable Bryant.Declines and Training dMab and
Rusk Denies Administration
school health law on their I for a lunch which turned JIll
hands this when the '
11'1 morning a testimonial dinner..

Marking' Time in Viet Nam WarWASHINGTON .first here.sessions of superintendents of the fan coderears opened ,- To' Knock Probes The sponsoring State Road fee t Hlgki PiiiaitlHsnlur ..

BUM law requires chiidrento nltionof National a v

(AP) Sec .the problems of Cuba In cooperation gram of Interference with other have written consent from TALLAHASSEE (A?) Oar. Asked why governors were Week.The ;0-
retary of State Dean Rusk denied with the other countries governments in the Western a doctor or county health officer Ferris Bryant declined today to loath to criticize: the Legislature groan Wt Orlandn 1 ,
today that the Johnson In the Western Hemisphere and Htll lpIIere. before they can return to criticize the Legislative Invest Bryant said his position was that Wednesday morning and .feao
administration was "marking the Johnson administration has Rink was asked to comment school after having had a communicable gallons Committee which reportedly the controlling factor was his clad to GaJneevUle by tntajaja*
time" on policy Issues of the bad considerable success In that on Cuba with reference to a disease was ready to Investigate Job as governor He said be be- 71. FromGainesville.. theywcnt
anti-Communist war to South endeavor. statement by Rep. William E. The question about the Inter. him when two members and the !JIVed he could get more done on to Jacksonville via U. ..JU,
Viet'Nam because an election predation of this law came up staff resigned without which baa been picked If ha
Then Rusk what Miter Republican vice presidential becoming emotkxa.uyinvolved four lanod from Baldwin.;....
I campaign la going on In this gave appeared after Frank Orlando legal counsel "Le to criticisms.:
nominee, that the adomIniIlntloll committees ought
country. to be a new warning lathe from the state attorney gen sal County, to Ocate Aft.fta
I baa been 1ndIlfer.t to be able to teveottgate.
Cubes government that a eral's had leg any. work la alone or andsr co>Mps>
office spoken on
Rusk told conference
"
a news .
about ultimata freedom for thing he told Ma new confer.eoce
he wanted to "hit that one" aa serious anmanon vii arise If al responsibilities' for school "... the On Fla. Profs lion except the link sear *.
.
Castro continues with (See RUSK, Pap I.) governor* home. *. .1
health
hard as ha could. He said the any pro programs.The the other hand they. have
a re-
) Issues to South VIet Nam are two-day conference being sposMJbllltytoeolhteMtintheabuse Ralph Powers. Lake Cltf.
major Issues of war and peace.Rusk .held. at me J. HiHis Miller of power. and responsibility. Rap Burns district I member of theMi;'
added that President Health Auditorium la on ." Road Board was official .has. *
Johnson has made It dear to his SHE LOOKS 16 YEARS the theme -School Administrators to the louring group to Gabae.,
he said tide On 'Pinkos"TAMPA
Maybe to
advisers that decisions with and the School Health" why villa and Jacksonville.:
respect I to South Viet Nam have Superintendents. said during .... Charley Johns of .... Loral business and political
nothing to do with the election FOR SON'S BODY the discussion that It Is Impassible and Robert WlBlams of OracevUto (AP) A group of leaders turned out to lalrnsaa
and should be made without to. enforce this require- resigned. last snono.The Florida college professors has the visiting group __
\ regard to the political cam. SEATTLE. (AP-A determined soother who. long ago DMRL"You'd two man resigned to..- ripped Democratic gubernatorial Newsmen and highway. effl-
psign.On gave an hope of finding her son all,,. II on a long, lonely never get them aH ate President. Wilson Carramyof candidate Hayden Burns" for dale welched limmiHallimi of
another foreign policy .journey... again today after her lath unsuccessful sunnier beck to school If this law were Tatahrsee and aohsd theY his claim Out "pinkos and Com two testing devices. dura* flw
issue connected with the election of sesnhteg la western Washington's ragged Cascade Mountains strictly enforced." said the sup sot appolDl ,..'-:--.'J' h. munists" are In the Florida to the highway. office wOre
contest between Johnson: for the body of the Biasing aviator. ertotendent from Broward Coun wee it waa toe tote for the University! system.Statements Was .... *1.
I and Republican nominee Barry Bat Mrs. Nora Maya, Ototaa, Tarn, school teacher, vowed committee: to do anything between made by the Jacksonville of the devices la Ms*
ColdwaUr. Rusk said the United aa aha got en a train hare last night that aha d return agate Orlando said he couldn't help. lOW and the April convening mayor have hart Fierida derrick-Oat assembly
States la trying to. deal with neat year to. coatee the beat far her boy, Navy Ens. Guts that, the .law Is there of the legislature.Carrawajr 's beige, said. Dr. Donald R.Harkness. .' rubber tine, which to pu ilk,
Eng en Mayes.ft Another superintendent wanted agreed.Johns enaUatf of the Ft*. bind a art s
woe on a cold and ...., March 11. ts. that young to. know V a cold la a communicabte Issued a statement Mar Ida Conference of the AsMrlcanAseoclauoa Ills designed to JnaaM .
Maya, AM O vanished over the ftkkjy forested mountains ..... The attorney saying sir committee Isdslsa. to of University' Professors smoother ride. ..:
WHERETO near North Band, east of here, while en a training flight deferred answering, saving -I--aim.. > (See ... Page i|:T
bam leatoVs land Point Naval Air Station."We a medical pain the after* bag of the racial tamatt at ft .
'. FIND IT utter hbn. so,"Mrs. ...,. teU a newsman earlier. noon. session would determine Auguattoe tost aomassr !had A resofctttoa .." aid tile
1 know ..'s gone now, bat Hn gate to keep coming back that nothing to do with ate dedsten. group Wednesday. ouchstatetswt Cridlroa ,
neultleg.1 sr
nsnUfhdbnn.- When. the superintendents .. hamper
.-.
UC1aaaj ',
IIItCL'I educators .. both
outstanding -
IOW..273! WIr. spas at ftese bthstrsla. fntiaat years? were anted how many of them afraid t* :
LLAUu1 .. .21h ,. sow i. she saflfl. mqM her acidke w0 make papa ...... rue Jaw *m- till aVIMr. _to -,oho public.and privsto tasjsjsilsns to' Greenback. HWinner :
.H..... ..tf.f ftwtn. -C ssrMw of plane wrecks late her .'. Maybe That easy ana ant of *7, the snperintendsnt Tat r....." mo staff, : ,
o.wH. . 4 wN kill' demand >.4 mesa and better airplane sseadM tress Lake Canary rale two of wheat worked for me gee..nor It aha anted the Barm, r .5r
4.. IC-24 ...... ........ ... edhte head.Aa sue wllkast apa..tls.ether .1tcW gsvmv. 194 11tst/. =
'*-"' .10-11 Then asy son w.:.hive dtedb vain. earifcr ....... Or En- inn the psissm of .. II .... II ...... ...... ... r.id
gene & Peak Jr. prsoldml el -- dll/eted born lair ...... ... in b. a.., ad
War CDUUTOBiPnga II ,.ud& morale
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I' M .. 301' Yields Two Winners


GRIDIRION GREENBACKS Had the Florida game been

From Page 11 The Sun'i Gridiron Greenbacks played, one or the other of
football contest hit this week's Gridiron Greenbacks

Small wheels ride the pave- two winners Bill week because winners would have
ment and make a record of the breaking game taken the whole prize. Har
variation In the road surface, between Florida's Gatora and din picked Florida to beatLS.U.,13ta7andbyus
recording bow much and bow L.S.U was postponed by Hurricane 4

\ often the pavement fails to keepa Hilda last weekend. tog two postcards Coppins '
'-I, smooth surface. H. E. Coppins, 1025 N. E.. 'picked the game to end in a w i-

The other device is designed 5th SL, and Alan Hardin, tie, 10.10, or to be won by

to test density of base mater- 1015 N. W, 34th Ter., had Identical L. S.. V, 17 to 10. __
ials. It releases nuclear particles entry cards in the con- Many entries were not
and counts the number test and each will receive $50. Judged in the contest because w
which pass through the material The game that tripped up entrants failed to heed contest
I being tested in a given interval. both winners was the Southern I rules about submitting
,. California Michigan choices on postcards. The
Denser materials retard tile
." passage of particles. State contest. Both pick contest appears each Sun- PennaJ8..Galore! !, 111"

Engineers use the device to ed Southern Cal. State won, day for the following Satur
'-I determine whether base materials 17 to 7. day's scheduled: games. Carrying; her whistle-atop. campaign for her husband further Into the South,

are packed hard enough to Lady Bird Johnson .la shown aa' she,walked under an arch of, upraised. pen

.. meet requirements. nants In Greensboro yesterday, where ate spoke at the' Uajveraity. of .North
More About Carolina. .
Thomas L. Bransford, engineer :

I of materials, research and

training, .was In charge of ar- Educators

.....i ;. rangementa who here.had Other an important state officials '' Lady Bird Heckled By

,
f\f i hand In the program were Hubert From Page 1

F. McDonnel, assistant en-
/ gineer of materials tests; 'William the State Board of Health, told Mrtments. and c school: administrators. Carolinians; Fires Back

Gartner, engineer of research the superintendents they wen _
L..A. ; J. D. Gammage, assistant sometimes guilty of looking at! Dr. Fred V. Hein, director of ABOARD THE LADY BIRD BY ride' through 'charleston's'' ,Ga.

!}.' research engineer; and the total health problem of chil-" community health and education ,SPECIAL (AP) Mn. Lyndon lUn-drenched Battery. I Johnson took the heckl,

# Vt Pete C. Todor, assistant re- dren "through a rifle barrel. for the American Medical :B. Johnson, shrugging off the Winding up her two-day visit in stride, saying: "It put ,

search engineer. I "We should look at the prob.lem Association, said schoolchildren 11oo. of a noisy crowd at a rally to the Carolinas, Mra. John- vigor In our own voters."
; The touring group Joined with( through 180 degrees," he ought to be given a I Wednesday nIght, was cheered IOn' Lady Bird Special train fh' and smiling the

t local political and business 1 said. "Too often, the child ls divided thorough medical examination I loudly today as she took a bug- departed Charleston for Savan- Lady rode In a carriage
leaders for a luncheon at the i into two parts, the brain: once a year but this is often. : by top-hatted I Harry
Holiday Inn, sponsored by the and body. Each stakes out his' Impractical. the
on tour of the Bat
Florida Concrete Pipe Institute I bailiwick." II' "Ideally, the child should be Goldwater Keeps Humor: overlooking Charleston

Inc. Dr.' Peek said undernourished I examined ;once a year but Harbor.
Ralph Powers wu chairman. children can't compete with the when that Is not possible then In Hostile ,:New' JerseyTEANECK Hecklers interrupted speeches '
Representing Alachua County I tour examinations spread I
U*> WItwifcta e M 1.1)Where's others. by Mrs. 'Johnson and Demo-
Mama? were Stale Sea. Emory (Red) "We readily take care of through his school: career, is 'a H.Ju- Sea. Ba though there were only about cratic'party leaders several
r My 'ross; Rep. Ralph Turlington\ ; needs such ss eyeglasses, but good way to do it," Heln said, [ry. Goldwater campaigned 1 his 200 critics among the 5,000 who times before audiences of more

Bawling away, an "unidentified girt (is fed affray by County Commissioner Sid Mar too often ignore other reasons He recommended examinations way north through politics overflowed the hall, their well- than 10,000 at both Columbia,
polka after Mama b pot; aboard tho paddy wagon, tin; Jim Richardson and Ed for children not paying attention at' the kindergarten year, hostile New Jersey today, 1 ignoring disciplined chant of "L.BJ." 3.C. and Charleston Wednesday
both members of the
protesting I integration at"a New.Xork school. ''Gainesville Turlington, In classes" he said. fourth 'seventh and 10th grad- the split in his own paty'a broke through the icnator's At Charleston it persisted
City Commission ... I
; ; ranks but concentrating his repeatedly.,
used ,speech the
School nurses should be throughout nighttime rally
(Perry McGrlff, president of the In addition, screening tests \ The tint he to
In Republican time stopped
appearances at
E when to teach a shopping center mall.
N'S,1R1Pf. practicable,
Chamber, of Commerce, and for all '
Q children should be given observe "I have
strongholds.New : hope you more
health Peek said Instead of! "
"Reminiscent of Hitler .
,
Billy Mitchell executive v Ice
receivedthe every year and teachers should luck in LBJ. than I
QB et Elizabeth concerned with Jersey Is regarded by getting
sanitation shouted
(president, cole and John only being Rep. Hale Boggs of
be trained
to give visual tests lave because hides all the
he
brightest greeting of her Braslngton, chairman of tile Inspections of school facilities. politicians:\ of both parties here ," [Louisiana as he tried to quiet
: Other health talks This cheers from
were on time. brought
Canadian tour yesterday l certain to vote Democratic '
chamber's highway committee: as nearly the hecklers, 'There' are young
the schedule
this
afternoon. these
fronrmor than 7,000 enthusiastic Miller Orlando in his talk next month. supporters. people here who have
Roy county engineer, Attorney no sense
the conference
Friday resumes In between cheers and chants,
chit
Prince Edward Islam and of narcotics Essex la the only county In of American "
Wayne Carlisle, county at- said the use among at the University Inn the senator managed to warn democracy.:
drenit a rally In the Charlottetowirroluwunii torney. school children was "constantly which he spoke that has I In both cities, crowds
with a 9 am.' talk on civil I the Monmouth County audience greeting:
John Phillips Lakeland, chairman on the uprise in Florida." rights legislation Speaking'will Democratic cast, and there, h. that "we are headed for another the train-touring wife of the
The Qutm'pruenW Scouting of the State Road Board; He said that recently an was scheduled: Into the West Es ,'President
were enthusiastic.
be Dr. C. J. Martin, director of war if we continue the silly Idea'
awacli and received a numberof Ralph Davis, executive director, eighth grade teacher was arrested the Grants and Loan Management sex Armory in West Orange, I In hat we have to disarm regardless Her hecklers were a tiny num.'

students. She and the Dukeof State Road Department; Jay In South Florida for Branch of the U. S.' Office lately Republican Suburbia for of what our enemies do." her by comparison, but they
Edinburgh then had lunch atGovifrOnent Brown state marijuana in his backyard an evening: speech.Consplclous .
highway engineer, rowing( of Education and Ralph Finally, then his own partisans were vocal.Thousands.
House, a white co and a number of other state and a fourth grade student Odin assistant attorney general by his absence began booing to drown out of pennant-wiving
lonla mINion overlooking the and local officials of the road was apprehended for sell of Florida. from the Jersey tour was Sen. the hecklers the candidate supporters of President Jonnson

harbor: department took pat t In the- pro ing dexsdrlne to other children. Clifford P. Case, the state's senObituaries- pleaded for quiet in vain and drowned them out only temporarily

It dm damp, cool day and : gram. "This points to the fact thatIt cut short his speech. When local with shouts of "We want
the Queen wore a narrow, dou Martin Braslngton, Ralph Is an urgent matter to follow More About police closed off the exits scuffling Johnson."
ble-breasted coat of soft tweed Turlington and Ed Turlington the state law which requires instruction c broke out In the packedhall Boggs, Gov. Donald Russell

In turquoise" blue wool), with a'matching honored Ralph Powers during on the harmful effectsof and a few blows with poster Sere Olin Johnston and Rep.
W wlwr4.l. N e1. wn) the luncheon the and the Rusk I J.' B.: HYDORX .
matching : noting help tobacco drugs on "
dress and a <<. sticks were ex hanged. Mendel Rivers could not silence
velvet hat She carried blackacceasoiieL Michael Chaplin, 11, sports he has given In helping local body In classrooms," Orlando J. Bartlett Hydorn, 79, 271 It was a rough stop for the the Charleston hecklers."In .
Beall hairdo at the officials to meet road needs. SW 8th Drive, died Wedaesda
a -typ
I
The As- Columbia
all around.
said.Other Republican Mrs. Johnson
at the University of florid?
of Dramatic the
stressed From
Royal Academy speakers Page 1
bury Park Evening feu chose peel some of the hecklers
'
MAIN EVENT Art la Lendaa. Sea of the Importance of local: cooperation ; Teaching Hospital following an its endorsement
People May Flee today to' announce when she paused after a booing
famous Charlie Chaplin, Mich- between county health d*..Cubs. Miller extended Illness. '
I discussed the Cuban President Johnson and said
President gtraesanet forcefully: "In this.
Alfrfdt Mt. native of New
eel will study drama.MISLEADING. Costa Rican CitySAN situation Wednesday In a'' Hydorn a country we have many viewpoints -
of Paraguay paraded York, came to Gainesville 10
of his coun.try' LBJ speech in Miami, Fla. i He retired ad- 5 AmericansKilled and I respect your right
several thousand JOSE, Costa Rica (AP) Campaign I Rusk also Implied a stern years ago was a to express your own. Now it'smy
youth today before Washington Defense -Jorge Manuel Dengo GutaRica's I vertlslng director with Fortune. In "
Claries de Gaulle as t) In yesterday, ,'OK': O'Brien warning to Indonesia against turn to express mine.
Magazine.
President Secretary Robert McNa- "volcano minister, told any attack tn the Philippines, She told the audience' the
event of the French He is survived by his widow, Viet Crashes
the main Sen. the Legislative
mara answered charges by Assembly (.) -.. Vtrt TIIHM saying an attack on that nation I ultimate responsibility for con-
leader's atate visit here. Barry Goldwater I Wednesday night avalanches NEW YORKAfter an extensive would, under the existing Treaty Marie B. HydorD'of Gainer trol of nuclear weapons "restson
Gaulle who arrived here from Irani volcano force finding vllle. O Noun fork dlmrsi
\
De that the administration -, may political fact of Alliance "be an attack on the President"
last night from the Argentinecity 11 evacuation of the entire population trip, Lawrence F. O'Brien reported the United States." CLINTON KELLY JR. SAIGON, South Viet Nam Where she faced Interruptions

of Cordoba witnessed a dls-'"phasing 0I i of Cartago, a town of to President Johnson in Rusk's assertion on this point Clinton Kelly Jr. 22, 93S SE Two United States Army' aircraft Mrs. Johnson spoke more

play of order and discipline that 90 per cent of 20,000. Washington today that the Democratic grew out of questions concerning 2nd Ave, died today in Alachua were destroyed yesterdayby rapidly than usual, her face
with the disordersthat Iran has been in almost General Hospital from injuries Viet Cong groundflre. An
contrasted our nuclear delivery constant presidential ticket was the visit here earlier this serious.In .
his presence in Cordoba capabill- eruption for months. Den- In excellent shape in virtually week of President Dlosdado received in an auto accident American spokesman said that Charleston she didn't make

had provoked. McNs mars go was appointed to the cabinet every state from Ohio to the Macapagal with President John her last year.A five Americans In an army any comments Just waved a
Her the atmosphere was ty." to direct relief measures West Coast son. Rusk did not say anything native of Bell, Fla. Mr. helicopter were "probably, killed" ) white-gloved hand In an attempt

friendly and relaxed and the struck st Gold: 'III The special assistant to the to indicate that he thought, an Kelly was a former employe in one of the attacks. to silence rooters In both political
was warmly water's charge of' of W. H. Peterson Produce Co. 'Three American officers, two I
French president : Bank CallWASHINGTON President warned, however Indonesian attack on the Philippines camps.
'as '"10 com Survivors Include his parents, American enlisted men and a Bird Johnson SI described
received. possible danger to the Demo was, at this moment, a Lynda
pletely misleading, so politically (AP) A I cratic cause from overconfidence serious possibility. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Kelly Sr. Vietnamese observer were the Columbia hecklingas
'sl tiN WORLD'Evangelist Irresponsible and so damaging of Gainesville three brothersN. aboard the aircraft. "
Bank call was announced todayfor and the potential anti- On other subjects, Rusk made ; 1S'- "rude comments, which she
met to our national security thatIt R Tommy'and Bobby Joe The deaths raise to the said .,. made
Billy Graham all federally regulated Johnson Impact of what he these points not by people
with Cardinal Rkt, cannot b* allowed to stand called "hate literature" being Kelly, all at Gainesville; three number of American killed In from the good state of South
banks their condition
yesterday to report 1. The United States wants
South Viet Nam
ard Gushing, ofBostoD'i.Catha on the record. I as of the close of business Oct. widely distributed in many the largest possible participation and sisters Miss Mrs Bertha Jessie Mae Mae Kelly Cash, 19(1. Ninety-two have since been January lined .-the Carolina state -of confusion.but by people" from

INVITEDPresident 1. states I of NATO allies In the proposed both of Gainesville,. and Mrs this year.
.
lie Dire* se.Conducting seaborne nuclear force of
The the
Lois Cassell of Lochloosa.Fla. occupants second
Jehasea and Mary I
a which this country and Germany lost plane an American army Nixon to Fla.
series 3T rallies Premier Khrushchev may at- More About are pushing. .
pilot and a Vietnamese observer MIAMI (APFormer Vice-
tend the forthcoming General for senator. Though a Republican :
atoIton session United Nations Rusk declined to discuss the he has so far refused to parachuted: safely before President Richard Nixon will
Gard n;::D r a. Assembly a The Debate raised
possibility In West Germany
official source said tod.y.The support Goldwater.In their aircraft crashed :make a noon talk In St. Petersburg -
.harrtiYgedyou
; of a U.S.-German force tf As- They were recovered by hell- and address
ChristlansSOhnn llth assembly opens here the convention hall at an evening 'in
-
.
Nov. 10 Delegates are From Page 1 I other; countries will not participate ,bury Park, the candidate ran copter. ,Fort Lauderdale Oct 17 In support
.xpect'j be said "this Is contingency "
a The attr : occurred 50 miles .
the .arid of ed to take a holiday that has into some of the most vigorous of the Republican presideotial
not arisen.
''drin a?. dads 'late December, return In January man who Is i doer with a record moment there la no such restraint yet heckling of his campaign. AtM southwest of Saigon ticket, state GOP chairman

'and .JBPil-dancIng mothers' and meet until late Feb- of progress for this coun by 'the people.. Goldwat- the 2.NATO GoMwater's commander assertion In chief that Tom Fairfield Brown announced

,and- -o nonconformists for ruary, try" Turlington said "Gold- er is not trigger happy' and has some authority to order use WeatherRoundup Wednesday.
Christ:;:- The UN. source said that the water has voted for nobody. except knows the value of being prepared nuclear weapons raises ques- I
Secretary General. U Thant, II
Arlxona The State Department
CAMPAIGNS had Invited both leaders to Horne countered that Presi- Is more Infiltrated with Communists -should lions which not discuss.a secretary of state p..A' I FUNERAL
session. H said "rirb
Mta arry Geldwater, come to the dent Johnson "doesn't stand for than ever before. Govern Rusk declared he would add S I
this was a customary gesture,
without her husband anything" ment centralization has \Increased .. ... NOTICES
campflgnjng made when Thant visited Mos nothing to a Seattle speech by .
for the first time, set outyestau9ay cow in July and Washington In .'He will say anything and along with social and Johnson In which Johnson said ,. -

to show how to IUC August Presumably Thant extended everything to capture your economic levels since 1130. Government the authority to decide on wea> 0 ..,-.. M*. A MTUTT T.
ceed ]p politics without really a similar Invitation to vote." Horne said. la terribly complex and one use rested with the President zoeea _.. wniin tar se,. A swum MrT .
..reas. "< '
talking about it. President De Gaulle when he Turlington accused Goldwater no single person has all the alone. A _lIlt 6N Se. 4M1.Mteed..e..0..11rq tar tar"rtw MHIIIM :i'.D=:
She:mide no speeches. She was In Paris,' but no likelihood of making a false Issue of constitutional alllwera.TUJUJNGTON. The effort of the countries PHM.. IlltXIl. tottt M t> M .. .. rtl":'WHOM M./-/t1M..M f
is government. The records In the B. van,.'. ** e w ... NN 1a'sew
refusei} tt .discuss\ political: was seen here that the French nonaligned conference al Mr .FI... PrtM* Mr* MOT* to cMrf* Mr -...
sues. president would come to tie "This has been used particularly of Johnson/ and Geldwater Cain to dictate who should we.u.ww.wnw/M Fe. <*, IIVM o ."L w. m 0.. *.M.Oct .
"One" speaker In the family lanougft session. In the South to gain votes should be carefully compared. represent the Congo threatens M SUM..MM-nr ,-....-- _-rw0-. oso a1.A MrGalnatville .

she said smilingButV for Goldwater," TIIr 1a\ g t 0 a Johnson has an effective administration serious "difficulties and comp C Partly cloudy through '-.N M'U N1.d, .njM Si M .sea's.'MK d
tin end of the long said. "It has been overlooked In 'tai opposing communism cations" hi International affairs. Friday. High today In the 7**, M -... s -. -
day eChlpdshaking and making Ins South how slate govern and hi handling foreign affairs J. Rusk said the United States Low tons.* l| I* H. North .:..:-:. O.N.r--: l..

Smalltalk.. thousands of voters ments have faded to follow noting both Brazil and was not Involved la the situation IS miles par hour., ---... ..ei.wrq w -rwNew- d ..
la he! Hometown of Muncie, state constitutions. Apportionment Venezuela have mad inroads which has led to the Egyp. _- OMMMkM. dutolil1 M.w IY1 Uf. "-' .
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Mrs Mwater had proved la a good example." III repelling\ Communists attacks. Ian government's detention of ,. 01.11se ..N ...... It
she ls a fJ said the U.s. "will the Congo goverraent's Premier M ... ,.,., dine N1 ..
campaigner, Turlington
that as The US. Is In a stronger position "- aerie 54 N.N.se V,1so IIII. I
teal Rro.: "'" .hart constitutional government today In relation to Ike Moist Tskombe In a sutarbaa ape 55., .ease. ,.-.me..n.ee ". ) Sun
because members af tie AM..O P U's' .
palace "
1 MISS NG under Re either added candidate that the election UASR nod Red Chum. Gold-the conference wont let ataa fa.Tihombe a -*e: ..elri i 55. ::--:: I GAIIWRLR riifta I, 11t+in.nd e.oee
water's sole support for 'til w"... ... ...... .i1.4N G.aw1 -
.*BtaBSJ.Itobert U Jokasea, .... of either man alas would not IS. public works program has the flew to ,Cairorepresent Rasfcl .. ... 4':.. .... s-o' 1II ..., Sparta feadYnPM sb*. ; .. Pub.Not. .
Congo .,
the Supreme Court de- several ... ... .. Ca'5e.y 51
assigned to the Army coursaivtc -. 'bum for power lid .o-4 Mew orb ,: s.s.wtOftM
'lir 41 *.for classified\ docu-\ :;: oWens. "many of which\ I do not d Ar sesa and M "ahwhsMb argument W waa Ow that right a la severetfaaaasfty pack Its 0ne Mr, 0.e m0ee" .. .. u.a,tto...a..}.1w1.lit I + w 1& I ta. 0wd .. Zod I'smated Geew.n -...

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lba'AdV listed ,d. w l 'eee ii- ..# !t", : y
1bse and put : Mdlac-batd:' en aspteuoe work Oeatwalar baa a real aviiaiti) el a asKsses' toot ,.s.a1._"....7 oa ase;. r", .Ii. ... ,'p
JUt gob military and and frequent catcalls of eacieast vecaMenal Mtfeil k M aaar Mart raaw a .i.X.a1w. ......, : f '
lA eastern taw to mum MUOM aw .* 'N'o rldM.a oat," of tnasanaslef .- .
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more readily accepted they has aet eie.a ai Mh11faMweeaalN
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leerel .a. West Johasoa addresses lacked totegrtty ofMrpitt gasser; Y .. I. ,.

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I ROTC Study Only Democrats Can Vote participation by Informed citizens in government Is the -.

Under Way I best democratic way to process.strengthen the

COLUMBUS Ohio (AP) A President "Exercise that precious I
t Says League
study of the Anny'i Reserve right to vote that women
Officer Training Corps (ROTC) fought 70 years to get," Mrs.
program source of thousandsof By PAT WILKINSON didate for office In Alachua lem, Mrs. Shenkel said, the Shenkel! urged.
officers over the Is
years While candidates for national County had ever run on the state legislature Is apportioned I
,J under .Wl1'at Ohio State University. "I hope you will register
ticket to favor the rural
Republican
office stormed the countryfor "
just as soon as you qualify. 1I
t' votes, 33 women newcomers She explained that under areas, yet the state Is undergoing
,'. k The Department of the Army to Gainesville were such conditions In the closed rapid population move- Newcomers who have lived
Is providing $10,000 and OSU briefed last night on voter primaries only voters registered ment to the cities. do In Florida this when for the one registrationbooks year can
trustees. allocated up to $20,000 problems In Florida. as Democrats could vote The result Is that IS per cent
re-opened five days
from the university's Mershon Mrs. W 1IIIa m M. Shenk- for such offices as tax asses- of Florida's people can electa are I
the election \ TIMELY
after general on
Fund for defense studies for the el, local president of the sor, school superintendent and majority to the state Senate S. FASHIONABLE BUYS TO =
Nov.
project. To be completed by the League of Women Voters,was members of the school board. and 27 per cent can control 4 HERALD Z mlIK
end of the year, recommendation guest speaker at the University "We see where Republicansmust .the House, she said. WOOLWORTH'S EVENT :
win deal with courses, desired Women's Club Newcomers register as Democrats "The body politic strains $2 Billion Saved I er1JJt -
uniformity on aQ campuses group at their club house. so they can have a voice in under this and sectionalsm is II I
whether to us* military or ," Mrs. WASHINGTON (AP) The
i Mrs.' Shenkel, who was Introduced government not minimized, Mrs. Shenkel -
'civilian instructors and the like. by the chairman for Shenkel said. said. Defense Department says Its J
*, the evening Mrs. Donald Dew, I As in many states, Florida "When and how apportionment cost reduction program has
talked about closed primaries, politics "sometimes gets Involved In Florida will be set- saved $2.$ billion In the last
.: The world's tallest living tree, legislative apportionment and In sectionalism," with tled, only time will tell." fiscal year, $271 million more I
I a California coast redwood, sectional interests.. north Florida interests clashIng Mrs. Shenkel told the newcomers than Secretary of Defense Robert
j towers 3671 feet high and measurer She said that In the memory with south Florida Interests that the League of S. McNamara estimated last \
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JOHN B. "'''110'. PrwMMl .. SOUTHBy
I ,...,-, FAT COWLS .... Pra*
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.Florida's Beautiful DAVID LAWRENCE
e.e lwllWi "toO W. .. Mil,
etaniote, VIM ",..../ w4 MMrttttof > RALPH McGILL i, WASHINGTON
Vnlverslty City DMCtori IOC TTOUOHI ........ r_ wkre ,.- Former President Eisenhower Is exactly
1 VIM fniHim me ClroMiM Mwwv. ev .. .-, ID*.* i Csrwww uOd ek right when he says that the controversy on how nuclear weapons -
_j' should be used by the United States ought not to be in
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THE SUN'S POLICY Issue In the presidential campaign.

Dr. Spock This started however, with an Interview given by Senator
; 1. Report the news fully end Impartiolly. hi the news columlu.i' Coldwater to a German magazine prior to the Republican
.i' 2. I.". .. (he opinion of the lull In-but only -.dltorloti.' t National Convention. The Arizona Senator urged that the Supreme
3. Publish all ildti of Important conlrovtnlol' lituti. Advises Commander of NATO forces In Europe be given discretionary

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 authority to lilt "very imall" nuclear weapons.
hie
Immediately
.. Republican opponents characterized the
Senator as "trigger-happy," and the Democratic presidentialand
ParentsIf vice presidential nominees not only repeated the misinterpretation -

1.\\ The Mentally 111 of what was actually said by him but amplified it
Into a major isaue. It is natural therefore, to find friendsof
all the mothers who have Senator Goldwater answering back.
Florida's present law respecting The right of communication. reared children according to

:, the confinment of mentally ill per. Patient are guaranteed communication the rules and procedures recommenced NOW A TASK force headed by Neil H. McElroy, former

: sons is a bad law. It contain many "by sealed mail or otherwise"and by Dr. Benjamin Secretary of Defense under President Eisenhower, had Issued
loopholes for possible abuse. Under receipt of uncensored mail fromattorneys Spock accept the good don.tor'a a report which, for the first time, tells the American people
advice In then
and physicians. Other incoming politics some essential facts about the nuclear-weapons .
I controversy.The '
it, a county judge may appoint a the urban vote for President
and not delivered which Mr. Goldwater asked to make the
group
In-
lunacy board of three persons. Two mail may be read Johnson will multiply.Dr. study
cludes Admiral Arthur W. Radford and General
Nathan F.
of these board members must be physicians if the contents are considered such mail Speck's books on child SUGAR AND SALT Twining, both of whom have served as chairman of the Joint
: but they need have no psy. harmful to the patient, but upbringing have been read by Chiefs of Staff and three

chiatric or psychological qualifier must be returned promptly to the several millions of mothers members of Congress familiar
lender. new and old. There Is hardly I with
tions. The third a layman. Together, military matters.
: they meet and decide: whether the a ranch house or a splitlevel The task force report makes
domicile in suburbia that !
: person in question la "incompetent"mentally. The right to be free of retrants. does not have at least one of Voice of the People It clear that the developmentof

: No mechanical restraintsmay the Spock books. The resulti tactical and battlefield nuclear .

be applied unless specifically generally have been good. A I weapons dates from

: It ia known that some younger prescribed by a physician. Any use harassed mother finds m On The Sun's Opinion Page 1953 solution, and to that the this NATO provideda

: people tiring of the care and financial of restraints together with the reasons comfort and Instruction In power

of aged parent, nave abused for them must be made a part the pages of Dr. Spock that 0,.. ummittt *f IM ... .|CMM I* HM Vefae e* etc heels ....... Unm problem, especially since the
support NATO allies
: most children behave Just like ..M ke iles.d ** star. Ik* ,eiN.'a edMsw Hanoi viH ka wHMMU H ......*. A lottor DIMM. were not willing
4he Florida law by attempting to of the medical record. her little darling.DR. set eased 100 varis ... seats be .*.... M eels see side of ... .off*'. Partly ...... k* ...\ TkaAttack to raise a total of 30 divisions
: .Juve their own flesh and blood de. t: the stets to ...... eey kesee M 0e she.t.a ,tt, elebesl sMNlee. the vdWs sse5iee o for the defense of their borders
..
.jclared incompetent and placed in The right to dispose of property SPOCK, pediatrician and the United States
: state-supported institutions. In some execute Instrument, make purchases on the staff of Western Reserve Book Publishing Comp a n y's o wn covered that each parent had was unable to commit additional
University's Medical Fletcher Knebel penned the received a letter from Haley ground forces.
: the Board were shrewd enter into contractual relationships -
cases Not 'Straw Man'EDITOR I.ylnlllla& Communists were
School Cleveland, has been following Jest: The new report goes on to
enough to see the attempted "rail vote and hold a driver'slicense. SMU and be advised
overrunning
moved to alarm by campaign lOp e d r., why art you crying say that the NATO allies socepted -
roading." But how many other old Under previous law persons statements of Senator Golden San: Regarding ?" them to withdraw their the fact of U. S. presidential .

folks have been packed away by luna committed to mental hospital lost ter. The doctor has, therefore your editorial oa one of those "It Is because: of my poor children. The basis of his authority over nuclear
cy board member who either didn't these right and privileges by being made his first public political little hat books "A Tao dead father tenor.' charge was that in the campus weapons, and the United
endorsement. In a Leeks At Lyndon" by newspaper a story States assured
was that the
with the
in connivance
declared
care, or were automatically : incompetent. "But Pedro father died
Statement at Cleveland he J. Brett Haley. If you wish your" had appeared reportingthat commander of NATO was to
I relatives? But not all persons who are sent to urged the parents and grand to take Issue with It then angus ten years ago! the student governmenthad be at all times an American

Interested mental hospitals are incompetent and parents of his stale to vote or disprove the content of "That's Just it Yesterday my requested permission to officer especially selected by
d ,, Florida legislators who are unable to carry on their affairs. The again: Senator Goldwater. the book but don't try to discredit father came back: to vote for' Invite t Communist to speak the President and confirmedby
t in a better, safer law might new law requires a separate court Dr Spock is fearful that the It by assassinating the Lyndon Johnson, but b e no on campus. The parents were the United States Senate
I look to the "bill of right for the procedure to determine whether the Senator's imprudence will endanger character of one person who come to tea me." immediately relieved and The report adds:

f mentally ill," recently adopted by the before he generations of chile did some of the ..... Ale' Certainly you wouldn't call calm was restored. On many
18th Congress. Although the legislation patient is Incompetent can dren to come. so hardly think Jack MIer- our own Fletcher Knebel a other occasions Haley has "DURING THE LAST half

J applies only to the District of be denied tHe foregoing rights and Dr. Spock, along with per. eon Is worthy of being listed peddler of bale tried to have professors fired, of the 1950's, the members of,
G privileges.The haps a majority of Americans, a* a reference to pass Judgment If these things can be die- and served only to help the NATO were given no reason
k Columbia, it could be used a* a Is Interested in having a president on the book. He and proven, then for H II v en's professors' reputations. If Ha- to question the commitment

II model for other state having weak, new law suggests support also who believes nuclearwar Drew Pearson Ire probablythe sake let ben be so we can ley Is against something or of the United States to use

I : Inadequate. or downright bad law. for the concept of the "right to be can be avoided and two biggest character assassins lift this burden from the someone, that la a fairly good its tactical nuclear weaponsfor
who will try as best he can ta the country today. shoulders of our President. reason to be for It. the defense of Europe In
I The new D.C, law 1* baaed on three mentally ill. The existence of men
; to do. We have protective libel laws
so the event of
Disprove If you win that One can only feel sorry for an attack ,
u:: yew's of study by the Senate Sub- tal illnes 1* not ground by itself In this respect, Senator Lyndon Johnson's opponent InIM bt this country, and If indeed a sick man like Haley. But "In the
early 1960's!
'm'committee Constitutional Right under the law for commitment to a Lyndon Johnson has bean unjustly some
on Coldwater's recent charge far V J. senator, three- one can only feel disgust for of our NATO allies,
VI'' The-measure, guarantee to mental mental hospital. It must be established that President Johnson and ,time Governor ef Texas Coke maligned then let him the people who blindly believe the French began particularly to

patients the following, M legally inn also that because of mental illness his administration are soft on Stevenson, sold. the foDowtegr come forth and refute .these anything they read In s book show serious concern. Defenseof

forceabl* rights the patient "is likely to injure communism Is not reassuring. "Some half slides good solid charges.Disprove the content ef a without stopping to consider NATO rested on the willingness
: Texans voted for me U their Its source There is nothing
of
others if allowed to the President of
tj'': 1 The right to #medical. and Py- ( himself or Thus mentally remain ill- WE ARE confronting a Senator and. they have bees book .if you disagree with It, wrong with honest criticismof the United States to release
at liberty. a but don't and discredit It
chiatric treatment" Hospital adminUtrator complex, guerrilla type aggression defrauded and robbed. I was try a government official. But nuclear weapons for use ta
person who acts odd and may be a by communism In beaten by a stuffed ballot box by setting up a straw man there Is something wrong with
to maintain Europe.
ss ; are required with labels him! and then
nuisance cannot be institutionalizedunless Viet Nam. We are holding and I can prove !t." on people who can defend the
record of such treatment and to proceed to knock him down. "The serious misgivings of
there Is actual danger to the South Korea against com- Can that the ravings of a hate-monger with-
you disprove our NATO allies
to the
as
make them available to the patient'sattorney munism. We have thousandsof HARRY L. WALKER MD.A .
to find out
In had out even bothering
person or to society. precinct question firmness of the U. S. commitment
!J or personal_physician. troops In Europe and nuclear issued only 600 ballots on elec- for themselves what kind of for defense of NATO

I' The right to periodic examlna- The Senate subcommittee was con against weapons any Communist there to defend military tion day and Initially reported Texan LooksAt man J. Evetts Haley reallyis. with tactical nuclear weapons
125 votes? When the final of .
|Led tlon and release. Each patient I Ia entitled cerned about the rights of the men. moves In that part of the ficial count made Stevenson Pathetic Nut' CAROLE GROOMS were by the significantly U. S.' Increased to

| to request and receive: a reJ' tally ill because of the loss of liberty world. Our Polaris submarines the winner by Hi votes a recount -I all nuclear program under bring the

pi view of his status and re-examination Inherent In the involuntary commit- are on constant patrol. in this precinct ". I..> EDITOR, Sun I want to Hits AuthorityOf actual, as wen weapons as theoretical,
For the Senator to charge in thank you very much for your
to' at least once every six months. The ment of persons to mental institu the last weeks of the campaign covered" an additional lit brilliant editorial exposing J. control of the President of the

h* : patient of his own choke to partlciJJ tions. About 260,000 Americans are that the President of votes for Johnson and one for Evetts Haley and his ridiculous 'Smearer'EDITOR United States."

: pate In the examination, with theM hospitalized for mental illness each Us country, with whom he Stevenson which gave Johnson book on Lyndon Johnson. Among the recommendations
the election. Sun We have
: cost for indigent to be paid from year and mental institution currently has served In the Senate and Can that As a life-long resident of Texas few questions, we: would like a In the new. report is the

** ; public funds. If Just one of the panelr care approximately for 900,000 no against previous whom charge he hat of brought disloyalty state and you federal disprove Investigation a I have been exposed for to ask the editor ef the Bradford following:

', of examining physicians conclude patients. The safeguard erected by Is soft on communism turned op the following facts many years to the crackpot County Telegraph concerning TRX PRESIDENT should
His
t > the patient is not ill the patient I i. Congress for patients in the Districtof Is a cheap and demagogic before Lyndon went all the anticf: of university Haley. periodichunts the reprint of his editorial give assurances to NATO
on campusesin
v empowered to petition the court for Columbia deserves to be carefully thing. The Senator with this way to the Supreme Court to Texas, his totally unfounded in. the Gainesville Sun members on the policy and

Y4 release. The court is directed to cons studied by other jurisdictions to pro- charge, has truckled to the get Hugo Black to enjoin the accusations, and his hate- Sept. 30.Who Is Jack Anderson? capabilities of the United

alder all reports In the case in deciding vide similar protection for all mentalilL worst now supporting and basest him.elements Dr. of investigation the long list At of names the end filled\ ideas have made him What Is he an authority of States merits to to meet the alliance.our commit.-This.

S on release. Spock Is but another who entered In black Ink were both a laughable crank anda and-or on? From what ..uthor.llve should Include assurance that
pathetic nut to people awareof did he
get
N feels Impelled to register his some two hundred new names sources the American NATO commander
2 = WHERE'S THE DIVIDING LINE? fear of Senator Goldwater. listed In green Ink; 2) the his past activities. I have his information? Why should has been delegated sufficient
never met anyone In Texaswho the public: be asked to believehis
In alphabetical
Senator Coldwater's almost new names were authority by the President
considered him to be word? Pinch-
any unsupported
of 1 order though It would be to use tactical nuclear
treatment
s um
I 01 flippant than a harmless crank. hitting for Drew Pearson's
more
problems Is yet another reason a mathematical miracle I' weapons for the defense of
Scars of Issue .
hiy his ideasare Go-
= Morality to be disturbed. this many voters showed up But suddenly, since Washington Merry Western Europe under predetermined
of the now being circulated nationwide Bound certainly does nothingto
alphabetically: 3) some circumstances which
The Federal Bureau of Investigation
are elevate his status.
people
thl BOUCHARD WILSON looks into the In which has found that while persons listed had long been many does the Bradford might preclude reaffirmation
past on some toga a company dead and at least two had being taken In by this man's Why
Chief. of these scandals be to likely major defense contracts. hoodlums, criminals delinquents testified they bad not voted sick Ideas. It la Indeed gratifying County Telegraph, editor accept by President.The, or consultation. with, the
CjBbt Washington... to be struck with bow poorly The Republican vice presidential \- and the disenchanted that we have a newspaper \the unsupported word of
a WjMaNCTON.Thepml- be understood them ai' the nominee was the paid bad helped extend the sum at all. .. this man Anderson? Why task force report points\
Cn) oesSii. campaign Is leaving time the disclosures. were being officer of a company importantly mer's slum riots there was Can yo& disprove" fact enough bout Itsreaders to didn't lift editor present documented out the difficulties of getting

sera that won't beat made. Mitigating Circumstances affected by government neither Black Muslim nor that when a Senate Investigating the"guarded" Inform then of the truth.I evidence to support communications in emergencies .
quMfe.Whatever the tltettnaTttulcomt. : or elements of action ss Communist organisation and committee opened know of ridiculous Anderson's slanderous statement and states:
W there probably doubt usually tamper Judgments company today. Members direction of the riots. The ballot box In found...- Incidents Involving many J. Evetts or did the editor make "NATO defense plans are
wflMt a carryover Into the while Investigationsare Congress vote on legislation alum problem remains acute. tlon that aU that was the Once any effort to check the accuracy geared to early use of nuclear .
can! Haley over years.
pos&lectlon period of what There will be more riots if were little pieces of old news.papers. and truth of the statement
bait going ot. Then the Inquiry or try to Influence regulations while I was a student at SMU. artillery and demoOtka
la Vttf called the morality seemed to just fade which could affect their something Is not done. Senator ? of upset ? If the editor did not charges to repel or delay/ say
1 huge very
.. away. pecuniary Interests. Goldwater could be of Can you disprove that Lyn- a group check this information, then ground attack against NATO.

.ceo.n S U. t o r Goldwater has Then one learns that there Nobody its lly knows enormous assistance to III.COIl1Iry' don Johnson sponsored for parents No descended could on the Imagine cam the public is allowed to assume These tactical nuclear weapons .
louBJtJhet lilt most effective may have .been erlmlaal where the dividing line lies. welfare If he would ambassador. to Mexico" the pus. one to that only an irresponsible such ss the Davy Crock
issu*. fftlnst the President charges of a serious nature If tile Supreme Court's dicta expand his comment on "law- man who .recanv.... the what had happened Calmly cause theoRIeI.1s editor would repeat such ett fan in the range of ...
rah invtQCS the Integrity of which were sever carried Is to bt followed no federal leuness" to bring public attention precinct tai question and made such sn uproar. with, the trash. tons, or the equivalent ef ten
wet to the nation's major his electwn. talked
Ugh oSice.I through for official possible
sound
some or publle can even expose salvos of non-nuclear
of the that Cowles University parents and dis- (See MORE ea Page I) corpsartillery.
domestic Issue that Can deny
Integrity In high office Is unsound reason. That time himself to temptation. you ."
not a' quality which gracesBone has now passed and the urgent PERHAPS THE real answer gorwlng urban communities of

peUtical psrty much atmosphere of the investigatkm Is to let nothing stand the. nation POTOMAC FEVERBy THE REPORT \then says
day more fluw. tilt other. Every has died away m tilt way of criminal invesUflationa that the attitude of our NATO
a Bobby. Baker stems to have and la some cases K would and prostrations WHAT WILL THE national JAfiWILBONCowle, Wathbuto. Bureau allies Is also "influenced by
Ia some Bad ef s counterpart seem to bt an act el vindtctivtneet when warranted.! Reaustkalry. program be to care for the their
M ki hundreds of thousands of dropauts. i Bobby Kennedy marches fa the Pulaski Day parade In NewYork, to the consternation knowledge of comnKBU-
the opposite
political to inquiry Me eaten
renew the however '
lb The Truman may delinquents and t h sir of Republicans. Shucks, ht just figured it was a good way to act the cations: vulnerability attack
scandals when
those who werebetaf only a few offenders and let and sabotage and the
K.
adult ? Are we without getting lolL consequential
counterparts
city
been matched the
by long the smarter ones ge.
of the
peat dhave to believe that uncertainty
Elsenhower 1ndeIeret1onI.11I4 since to Innocent as
Modem conditions can far
now by X1nsdy.s. Be picture. pub- a new set of deflntttoaa on arrests are a solution that Bobby .kt ooe cevdUsto wte d.eam1 believe you east depend ta the Poles this timely receipt ta Europe ef
an electronic from '
control the key Washington
will
Johnson sensationthe PMSIDCNT JOHNSON has what Is panatauMt and extra police election
to unlock the ,
.. "TOOT WAR period been talking about what Is fenpermlssabla In the tone bomb situation In the nodter
setting
tee bet particularly rich taTedoeure some kind ef op eDl most crowded and depressedareas Greek King Constantino I* called back from hie honeymoon to patch up a weapons en which the con
.. eetnmlslon to public 7.
massive slums? rule No. for vacationers don't tell cept: of collective defense ef
tat : of favoritism study the problem In tw Now mat the thoroughness of the palace spat He violated 1 anybody your
fed 'TonfUcte ef interest ... light el modem conditions. with whfcs, a federal comwilsessn Some M million\ persona are phone number. Cited.Europe" by NATO Is predi

tots* tfs psjbKe MIl private These eWl IIaI, of course. can epersto baa bees now concentrated m a mere
.... d psbits ... The Invtlva the ethics or morality demonstrated by the Warren IS tf the nation's largest urban CoacrwtIII keel a peer nile WI eeiry hi refused t. boost SocIal enrft The above Is exactly ta KM

JUt art sot lord to find.ftler1L1II ef the bonding. el the .... rnmsnlsilon In this country, areas. All have alum payments which may expiate why at few congrctaaac wait to retire when with tile thoughts minssil
the hrcre-es Ins eoo family fortune tram a and by mmm lesions ef ether problems.ShaU they reads IS.President by Senator Goldwater ta the
htericttag relaUonshlpe be- reaVTV enterprise Ik:8II4and : kinds m Canada and Creel we, thee, not expect Interview pobDabed ta "Der
wets gov rum ens and the controlled by the federal Britain, perhaps the present more of a presidential candidate Johnson has his war poverty Goldwater wants to make Sp epl," a German mas>fs.e .
rivstt scisisty, tic 8IUJ nvernsnent which Mr. ctranmtances call far a Morality whoa only comment esj war on crime How about. getting together to do something for the poor law- sine July gUM- watt
bill III eppsrreltlet flit Johnson served. But thereare CoamiaskM. But M will the vast and complex pnt. abiding citizen? Wore the Republican NaII .
:erII un" dtM .....'. k pt the other ...donI. The Republican bt no good unless It baa the lens of urban growth\ merely al Conventm nominated tht
I" band.WhVoae. presidential aesnWnee's powtrs tf a promise to make more Ambassador Taylor says ape trouble l. So tk Viet NSJB h that the wheels tfgvvenuBMsit Manna Seaatar far lbs ......
10p1'I tits beck and eVe baa heavy ....-' lishes Us findings hi MluY arrests? tin esa ...,. Teak tsily about ese revtJutMM per ...1It.. ewey.Goi.IU. .

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11 (Continued.from Page.!) and' 'The Invisible' 'Govern' ta entirely 'governmentaUycontroller think this thing through. people that when ,Goldwater j ." Should 'Social Security ; ;

ment" by David Wise and. ). And so we could Surely there must be some ,talked about liquidating l i ,
When did Life' Magazine B'ROSI two' truth la these books and '
Thomas (these ,
become the fount of aU truth, go on and on..How can.anyWlnking pam, of TVA .In Tennessee; I
,' guys filched the title 0( Dan If ,there is even an Iota oftruth I
Unsusceptible (to error, and ,Snoot's !book, person really want! Jn' them, then Johnson and, when he talked: against M' REA and Price Supports :

1 when tail Life manifested "ob- The clumsy amateurish effort .a character like Johnson to :b certainly not the man we. .the war ,on poverty m Ap.I I \ .,' ( "
jective' "documented" reporting be the ruler of out, land*
: at
want! pal cbla Instead bailing -
of the editor to leave the i -- ;;:
when pontificatingabout Let's atop attacking authors .
reader with 'the this as an example of complete "
the "ultra Right?" Impressions, and their associates, and talk Certainly everyone owes It
honesty, as It was, Be ?
that the John ,Birch Scrapped -
M Why should the public be Societyand : about the real issues! to himself and his country to these Johnson supporters :
the Nazi I
American Partyare
read these books before final-
asked to accept the unsupported -
You say "None Dare CallIt criticized Goldwater as being
somehow connected Is I J
word of Life Magazine'! Treason" ly making up his mind to
documents statements minded for
simple tellingthe
This is well
pitiful. not a vote for Johnson, If, after
In other words, the Brad "documented" smear article, taken from Congressional having read them, thoughtfully -. voters the truth about
ford County Telegrph editor ia' but then what can you expect committee bearings he can still vote for his stands on the very Issues .' .' : ...
committing the same "crime"': from a small .. time, smalltown and tries to make the reader Johnson and face his cons that' Interested;them most. '
of which be accuses Stormer, well. misinformed! editor think that these are the:'find-' c l Ie n e* then ,(Lord help Honesty Is so completely : GOLDWATER SAYS YESN! g
etc. al of committing. Come t>lngs- of the committee. The foreign to these Johnson people .
him!) Let him go ahead and -
now, Mr. Editor, you gave it documentations merely state that when they see It, '.
It Is obvious to all but the vote'It !
the old Ivy League try, but blind "N where the source Is, with no they mistake It, for .simple- .j
ideologically 0 n e
you can't have it both ways. additional( comment., I can't these bOOts'are as false mindedness .
Dare Call It Treason, I "A
So the Anti Defamation believe there are many read as you claim them to be I greatly fear Johnson will Goldwater insists that "government must 'withdraw
Texan Looks At Lyndon" and
League calls Human Events ers who do not realize the how do the authors avoid being win If he does, it Is the fault
"an extremely rightist Wash- other"libs"books badly,, are otherwise hurting there the difference between state I sued for libel of the people in our country from, all social wtlfara programs, education, public
ington Newsletter." Well, Wil- :ments' made la,a hearing Maybe the Johnson supporters who are willing to listen unthinkingly I "
would not be this concerted effort
liam F. Buckley Jr. calls the to smear and discred 11 and"findings" of the commit.tee. should be criticizedfor to cliches and ''I power, agriculture, public housing and urban re- "
devotedly left wing organIzation Nor can I believe that alwaystrying to make it false claims; rather than be- "
books which bring to light the I ntwal. :
which seeks to encourage there are many who think' appear that Goldwater would ing willing to think clearly I .,
slimy sins, "Innocent m I I.*
a national march towards that everything In the Con lead the world into atomic through the issues! Its a I /wee
"unavoidable'
a sort of creeping socialism takes", and entrenched liberalism gressional Record are laws wars; and other such falsifications clear cut choke: Socialism: I 'i i -G..clwoter'a. "Conscience of 0 Conservative" Pee 66
rors, clt, r.
by the conventional : and "findings": that have that are currentlyvery against the American way of y't '
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expedient of defaming all been sanctioned by Congress. popular among the left, life; and underhandedness '
persons, groups," businesses, .MRS. MARGARET- VIDAL But, again, I say := let's lots Truth in politicking Is so against Integrity. I ,',; I' \ :.
parties, enterprises and move- stop picking at nits and completely foreign to these THOMAS 0 NEFF
ments which take a differing Johnsonites Use' I CONSERVE THESE GAINS! ..

view of what Is best to r ...
America" (National Review, False 'Claims'EDITOR. ....
I VOTE fOR
Oct. 6, 1964)
Voice of the ,....
When the non profit, non- Sun: Recently, People
partisan citizens group which you have been attackingsuch 1 .'i
calls itself the National Committee books as "None Dare JOHNSON & HUMPHREY
for Civic Responsibility Call it Treason and "A On The Sun's I ,
(NCCR) has finished "ex- Texan Looks at Lyndon." Opinion Page ....... I

posing" the constitutional conservative Apparently all you have been ONrd..d _...... d Sea rw4... .s ..Ic.... I* MM Vh .! MM heals. ulmMt. ......rMwt > ..... t
movement, we able to say about the latter' Iw ilfiiW .114 km Mi. wrlNr'.ddr.. Nim.i will k* .It l Mt.M If rtWMrtW A letter ........
think the NCCR should beginIts Is that the author, J. Evetts ... .....d '00 w..* .... MVII b* writt. M M* ... t,4t .. Hit ,.,.,. totty ...... .. .... ". M. Mv-MMlM. C*. ean..pNli. c.....M** CtrmtNtMt Mn. ,..,lei. ,....% t SIM., Mirtln, C* CIItI.....
exposure of the Left withan Haley, has a friend named S.. MMTVM ... ritkt ta Nt|... .., !.,.. or ta .,..... It, wrMMut. ........ ... wrOw mMMi* M
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expose' of the "Warren Thornton Dewey who has I Ii4
Assassination Report," followed contributed money to the '
by "The Cause Is Man- Nazi party Regardless of ; \' iy hr :n. Urflttt S.Ucll n of Bobbie Iroeks weeer I In North Central Florid It At lelk-Llndiey .
kind," by Hubert H. Hum- who the author and his .
phrey, "On Dealing With The friends are, however, It "wI
Communist World," by would seem that the !Important 'L1..1 ....

George F. Kennan, "The thing Is whether or not 'M.f pda \ .....
Professional: Lyndon B John- the material in the book Is s .
S, White true or false. Ir' t''r
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4Foreign Aid and Foreign If It Is true, then it .
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was said by Hitler, or Khru R M ..
shchev, or whoever. And, If J, .. .
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1 r NO ONE METHOD

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By ALTON BLAKESLEEAP to understand that cigarettes =. =.... unditsfound-
IWORLD'S Science Writer could do all \this" = wE:: 'Dew-
NEW YORK LAP) A cigarette Among any large group of =. *
means a lot of different smokers, 'the approaches, 2 cart,
things to different people. methods and technique to fscllHH :: fill beI
And thiti why it la foolish to (tale discontinuation win haveto = I dent
GREATEST APPLIANCE VALUES! think there Is any one method differ In some ways," he TT :
that will help all people who said = .. ping
would like to quit smoking asocial Dr Hochbaum said It I II not ":: I pern -
$ scientist said today. necessarily true that "all people JZH. :

I J* IT'S THE SALE OF THE YEAR DON'T YOU DARE MISS ITI! different Smoking habits gets tied association up with. want who go to to stop smoking smoking clinics," really.HI. .:

,\' and psychological needs Dr. G. Many a smoker may Just 7""" ...
M. Hochbaum or the u.s. Public want to shift the responsibility :
""r Health Service, Washington, onto the clinic staff he said, = .....
D.C. told the American Public
leaving a door open to "ration- -
Health Association alize! away his failure to quit. HI
i "When we speak of smoking! The smoker must understandthat ::-
cessation, we do not speak "each cigarette la merely I _
BIG I 13 merely of a single Isolated link hi a chain of cI.lrttt..1IId -=-
J change. in a person t life, but of that each cigarette smoked
: CUBIC FOOT I' a rather radical and extensive after the decision to quit has
; r disruption of a complicated been made Increases the power
Interwoven pattern of habit, of of the habit as well as under
need gratified, of pleasures mine 1 his psychological
I derived, and of tensions re-'strength to resist the urge next
Ii.i. leased," he said tlm.."
\ DeluxeREFRIGERATORFREEZER 'Smokers have claimed variously I Dr. Hochbaum c.Uecllor: systematic
/< r that cigarettes help themto : research to learn more
relax, to concentrate, to about psychological aspects of
sleep, to stay awake, to get over smoking, and to develop more
difficult situation, to feel' self effective ways "to help the
assured, or to accomplish a large number of smoker who
t variety el other thing It is desperately si they want to, we
difficult for many nonsmokers unable to stop"

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By ALTON BLAKESLEE attribute the fewer
significantly
<& > Full-width" porcelain vegetable crisper _
AP kisses Writer
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V. 3 bottle-deep "Pantry D"," shelve S YEAR NEW YORK (AP) Seven club member to the diet laid
[. Flush-fit doer hinges- leek buihviist 140 I GUARANTEE years ago more than MO mid Dr. Seymour H. Rlniler, a heart.
,. Double. ...14 sided magnet deer ..klt \ ON SIALID die-aged men began following a specialist
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heart attacks .
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They became volunteer mambas lower levels of cholesterol In .I
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: Coronary Club." Their' diet making (he change,. the report = .
changes were designed to reduce + adds. '
the amount of cholesterol' Among the men following the _:.
SAVE $$ $ Your Choice a fatty material, blamed for diet and aged 40 top, then was ===":,. I
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ON THIS FOSTORIA OF ANY ONE OF THIS Today, medical directors of Among another' group dollar .- :
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\ TOASTMASTER TOASTER American Public Health Association habits there were four attack .: \
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Eight of the club members Among club men aged W to M -..
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r Redwoods To Be 1 50 STORE BUYING POWER SAVES YOU $$$


Again Inelnnaaalgln
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FRANCISCO (AP) hYIiiTYoISC00M
Alter a laps of 58 years, the
federal government Is again
showing Interest in preserving a
dwindling breed of tree dating
back to the dinosaurs.

Back In 1908, President Theodore I
Roosevelt established Muir I II
Woods National Monument,thus I"I II
f putting the federal government I
solidly behind preservation of '
California's mammoth coastal,
redwood trees. -,(

Since that act and despite
state and private acquisition of
redwood stands for parka the

number of acres of redwoods NEW LIGHTWEIGHT; 16" TV
PORTABLE
has been reduced from t two 1
million to 750,000.Of PERSONAL PORTABLES w" WITH CARRY HANDLE 'I

300,000 acres of virgin redwoods Thurs.-Fri. WHY' AT ,A LOW..LOW PRICE WHY '
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still In existence, only I M- Front niounltd cltanMl Indfc
000 acres remain safe In state Moir' ALL TOP_NAMES Moir rrant inountwj static froo FM I 1I I'
from the lumberman'schain : iqundPrtcUari
parks saw. I I I I YOU KNOW.,AND TRUST. cnflt-J karfawitalhmh I,
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Now admitting that further 1 1 AND YOU DON'T NEED 1 1 NO MONEY DOWN!" 1 'I
delay would spell the end of I the I
CASH CHARG IT.
once-great redwood forests t the I
government Is again considering SMARTLY STYLED ::

acquisition of virgin stands NO MONEY DOWN WHY 19" PORTABLE TV I.

In a recently released report WV Top front I IndicatorSuilMn
the National Park Service has 90 DAY'S FREE I MikS? e ,,Ira'vctOle ntwin I
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recommended federal purchase MOM? Full rang tine tuning con

of up to(3,000 acres of additional ,,.., 8S SERVICE! WITH J
redwood forest for national AOR NO MONEY DOWN! ,:
parks. WHY PAY''MORE?

The report prepared at the ,4 SPEED IUTOMATIC'I ::
direction of President Johnson,
advances a twin thesis: Thurs.-Fri., ELI xi CHANGER ,.':-

redwoods a Aut..otlcon, ".
1. The represent plan fin r
priceless national asset .a3'......._...he..A50 .... 71 It '., '
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!. Preservation of the age-old
trees far from harming 2 ALNICO V
northern California's economy I I
would an economic to SPEAKERS D 'I
prove
tre ed ..... Mgs '
boon. i f fkIeIIIr.....mquaffw .
Here's how the National Park
Service summarizes the first AM /PM RADIO : I :
point:, DIAL"
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"For many years,, public Interest a PmIiIa use toed Is PMWr i!.
,has been evidenced b) M :="m:="'!"., ,
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visitation from all over the nation ,
and the world, and by the WHY 'PAY MORE? .
willingness of many to contribute I'
substantial sums for the MMMMM TEMP.,
purchase and preservation of REFRHHRATOft WITH'Z IUCTlICJ ,1\0
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dedicated groves."This Thurs.- Frl. AUTOMATIC' DYER I 1
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FREEZER COMPARTMENT ? ,
stems from many; / / hrfect tx sea. It pl.ynew. 7, Ilege .peetleulls II'c'I .
their and stubborn 1 1 fMe 1
things age .....
Indestructible qualities to the I I such M dw 6eaer ee.prfnl.M end 9f tMVpt MMCfOf (

face of tire,disease and Insects iDOWNI NO MONEY DOWN! Ii'
the fact they grow nowhere<' else NO l
on earth. '
"More important, however I is S DELUXE' 2 CYCLE DUiXIHKH: I .
their very special Inspirational i I'r,
ELECTRIC RANGE :
qualities:.Mlcb' M'Impress.the n' f AUTOMATIC WASHER ,
visitor.''l t-1 felt/ ..lot WHf Cfllfotef'' a tenepffftSed U'-. I ae :
Since 1902, private citizens I Won N ua.l end ..nile cyvw tw9Ure : ====- I :

have poured $10 million Into WITH / family DM ....." ,

efforts woods. to preserve the red T t NO MONEY DOWN! a NO MONEY WITH DlDOWNI!! I

Strongest opposition to expansion
of redwood parka has come
from the logging concerns and WHY PAY MOW
their employes, who see conversion
of privately owned forests) '
Into parks as a threat to north
,..
ern CalIfnr nIs's economy. fl 1 GREATEST WASHER
n I In the' three counties which
the report earmarks for park / 1

Norte expurlon and -Mendocino Humboldt-, Del the / 1 f LlSS'THIN MAIL ORDER HOUSE PRICES 1. 1
.a
lumber industry accounts tor :1
from M to 38 per,cent of am- ., "1

ptoymenL ,.
Within days after the report's
appearance: the powerful Red-
wood Empire Association, representing
the major lumber 1 '

companla California commercial and other interests, 1 2-SPEED,5-CYCLE

crttlcbed the plan as economIcally
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disastrous. 1 AUTOMATIC WASHER WIll
The National Park Service '

f j disagrees Its report estimates that withIn i ALL NEW SUPER WASH

five years after creation of
expanded parks, some ont mil- 1 1 lfI
yon visitors could be expected V'I NO
to visit the three counties all '
many. Within IS yean the CASH.
( number would Increase to two 1

I Within I diva years tourists TOWN
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would be spending peg mUlioa :1
annually ta food lodging. gal wl N tRAIIE
line and soOTenlrs. The expanded $f9 a
parks would generate flU KELVIMATORED... 'I
million| worth of tourist businesswithin
II yeas, predicts the $129 I
report. RCA WHIRLPOOL WHY

.CYCLt .8 PAY
,Well.Hidden MULTI tASY ALL C"7$ :, SUPER WASH MOREL

Treasures? 1.5P1ID S-CYCLt $ '
MACKMIXMSPEHSER FILTH :
ARTES1A. N. W. (AP) An EASY MULTI.CYRLE 7 / +' _

Irate the police bouse a"* art-neat.marched: complaining Into- ELECTRIC $.19' IlIACI
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that she had received WHIRLPOOL "
notice of non-payment el a parking WRINGER WASHER
ticket. She explained that M a"er0n"a WATER LEVa CONTROL
.. Hua0.Y
aha had received a parking tick- ,ore hoe fo ol..f...... .:::. -
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cents ta aa envelope and deposited ..'t prlCft L c..... *
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Investigating police discovered

at the flat envelope wy location and the describedby M cents WE GUARANTEE YOU THE LOWEST PRICES EVERY DAY

tl* housewife Also recovered J
van: another overparklngpeyaerat
1, ana small rubber ball, mmfmmAUTY0MWlrtni '
jjfcat pasmy, cigar butts paper OPEN 'A.M.-' ,oM.
,, ( sji'tch covers gum wrapper SUNDAY NOON. TGAINESVILLEAcrti P.M: CHARGE IT __ ]
sod wblevclded Tnt Porfciiif Ill.wfcaff fgUrafranfaMrJ ftimi = :

Mt were raosvered from tubes U.S. 441 N. of 2Jr4 find' 1 eltt=hag' indliteat/t :.
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"Open lon lateUt plans by architect Myrl Hanes for the went block facing rl,
Courthouse ''Facelift' Courthouse Square call for fresh paint new awning, new lIma and planter
11lWest Square's boxes. 'Emphasis II placed on the window above Scars, Stock's and Mitchell' 'litIII
Mores on tat block! Include Butler's. Stock's, Jay's Shop. Sears, Mitchell' 'I
Shoes and the Dianna Shop. ttfl' -

"t Fla.; Bitha M. .Johnson. Red- Durrance, Mrs. Edna M. LewIs. and Fbia-A. Slack, ISM NE Ith t h
'. I dick; ,Oretha C. Boyette Old Mr. Earl T. Howell, John T. St., at 11:03 a.m Wednesday t I
!{ SEE :, Town, FUi,; Colonlus Owens,,McNeill, Mrs. Debbie V. CM- the Gainesville Shopping Center .
I ANNOUNCING !
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Cross City. i on.POLICE, FIRE REPORT Susan M. Rudolph, Reid Hall
DISCHARGED i .- Accident Roundup and Enrique J. Saavedra, 13H NOW ,
'the Mrs. Creasy Oglesby, Mrs Involved in accidents reported -NW 10th St., at 10:32: a.m. Wednesday -"
.. .. SUNGENERAL Beverly Fields and daughter, by the Gainesville Police at W. University Ave. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT I
Mrs. Bessie Markham, Mr. Walter -
!and ith
Department and the Alachua I
Weeks Mrs. Pearl Bishop, StFire
HOSPITAL a girl.Mn.. II Mrs. Mildred Brown and daughter -County Sheriffs Office during Calls I ,COOKIES RESTAURANTSERVING
r October ?, JIM : Mrs. Elizabeth Butt and Ae past 24 hours were: At 1:05: pjn. >Wednesday a
BIRTHS .Germs eltou,Sally baby girl!, George E. Rollins:. Mickey R. Burton. Marietta, plane attempting to land with'I
Mr.and Mn. Robert C. Rose P. Mathls, JIIII T. K I m- Mrs. Martha Weems Mr. Albert Ga and a street sign, at 122 faulty landing gear at Gainesville
SOS 8 Flavett m. a boy; Mr. !broach, Eugene F. Seville, Willie Rardee,Mn. Barbara Mo- p.m. Wednesday at 521 NW 13th Municipal Airport No dam-I' '
and Jin. James R. Melton, 211 Mae Chishoim, Simon J.' Daniel and ton, Mrs. Renee SL .W IREAKFAST. LUNCH and DINNER
., IE nit SL, i girl; Mr. and,Johnson Irvin W. Lee George M. Buck, Mrs. June E. Ogle- Jack E. Rogers, 1100 NW 33rd At 6:37 p.m. Wednesday a
Hn. Alexander Chishoim,' 710 R. Bitch' Pamela Kay Step. tree, Mrs. Uska WetberingtoB, Ave. and Lacy Crosby, 1B4 NE flooded heater at 117 SW,, Ith' OPEN 6 A.M. TO 9 P.M. WALTHAM'OR
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" ... UlOfflfll 0 f n BUBfdimiy I Woman's Club Fall Reception Held j


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U. I By GUSSIE RUDDERMAN r The decor was planned and[line and Mrs. Wendel ',Clardyand Winston W. Little Mrs. Jack
.. J Exotic arrangements of fall executed by Mrs. John Flowers. Mrs. Fred Arnold presented Bohannon, Mrs. R. .W. Foun-
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1FZT ,' THE flowers, foliage and wild flowers and Mrs. John Andrews who I Visitor with name tagl tain, Mrs. F. W. Kokomoor,
in varying shades of gold were assisted by Mrs.- j. H. I Mrs. Campbell presented corsages Mrs. M.nnIn..ewisw, 0 Mrs.. .R. C
and green were used In the decorations Smith and. Mrs. Dreyton. C. of Glorisa lilies to members Philips, "
of the Gainesville Woman'a Kinard. of the board and past presidents Also Mrs. John T. Creighton, .,
Until Welmer: Women's Editor Club reception Monday Receiving Line 'of the club who assisted Mrs. Fred H. Heath, Mrs. t. C.
afternoon: Those receiving with Mrs. M. in serving., *' Beaty, Mrs. W. R. Carroll, ;
'By CECILY BROWNSTONE Yorks To tables T. Hartman Jr., president, were The.corsages were designed Mrs. C. S. Brooking. Mrs. W*) ?
AP Food Editor. Give The tea covered with Mrs. Arthur Lee Campbell Mrs by Mrs. A. J. Snearlnger, Mrs. mon Newell, Mrs. B. C. Riley, ;
cloths .
linen over
,By CECILY,BROWNSTONE I apple rings; chicken livers bronze green ribbon W. T. Arnett, Miss Margaret T.-M-Mehaffey and Mrs. J. G. Mrs. J. H. Palmer, Mrs. George
satin ,
laid with green Hampton, president of Little Smith A. Dell and Mrs. L. C, Lynch. *
Associated Press Food >Shctorhow with mushrooms and toma oriental brass
wattle Irony have toes. Don't these plate-mate I Reception'' SundayDr. were centered filled by with golden Women, and members of the Serving Assistants Members of the special events t
dunged found food? epergne ribbon club's executive board., Serving at the tea'and punch committee assisted Mrs. Camp-i;
chrysanthemums, Cane
: la colonial days two gridiron CHOCOLATE WAFFLES and Mrs. E. T. York Jr. from J until I p.m. In the banquet ; and: yellow crotolarla surrounded Mrs. Mitchell Baumsteln introduced tables'were Mrs. J. Ed Price, bell with arrangements for the .
.. were hinged and given along Itt cups sifted cake flour will entertain ,with'' I' reception room of the UF Student by varlgated dracaena foliage -I : guests to the receiving immediate past president Mrs.I afternoon reception. it j)
: kindle for UN in making Itt teaspoons baking powder for faculty, staff and students Service Center, and greenery. Antique
... waffle to, the kitchen fireplace % teaspoon salt of the Institute of Food The Institute of Food and Agricultural brass candlesticks containing 1 t
The gridirons eventually H cup sugar and Agricultural Sciences of the : Science Includes the tapers to match the tea cloths
lost their long handle and 2 squares (2 ounces) un- University of Florida Sunday were used at either aide. .
acquired a stand, the betterto sweetened chocolate afternoon.Dr. College of Agriculture, the Agricultural On the formal pedestals the
use on a coal, wood or gas H cup butter or margarine York la provost of agriculture Extension Service, the reception room were arrangements 1
range. 2 eggs, separated at the university Agricultural Experiment Station of usabata and elephantears.
Then came the electric waffle % cup milkteaspoon The reception will be held and the School of Forestry. Stems and ribs of the
iron the darling, In Its Yt each vanilla and- plants, stripped of their leaves,
times, of college girls. almond extract :FullagarHorneThe l emerged from clusters of green
Nowadays a waffle Iron maybe Sift together Into a mixing pine cone lilies, golden holly
part of an electric grill bowl the flour, baking powder, engagement of Miss Lois berries, whole cumcumbers: and
designed for buffet service.An ; salt and sugar Melt chocolate Gayle Fullagar, daughter of baby> elephant ear leaves. r
appliance of this sort can in top of double boiler Mrs. Evelyn Louise Fullagar' On each aide of the doorway,
produce waffles, toast sand over hot water; add butter: and William Fullagar of Rochester Mexican brass candlesticks held w M
wiches and grill other foods.If stir to melt and blend; cool. N. Y., to ,Arthur Manuel sago palm frond spires, penquin
you have or acquire a Beat egg yolks with milk to Horne Jr.;son of Mrs.' Lacy ginger leaves and gold tipped
Edward Sears and the late Ar w
buffet grill, don't forget that blend; add to dry ingredients, I pine cone lilies.A .
thur M. Home, is announced to
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it Is particularly useful for beating until smooth. Blend In modern arrangement of
'I weekend brunches. There's chocolate mixture, vanilla and day by the bride>elect's moth ; Bird of Paraldise on a redwood

nothing like sitting at the table almond extract. Beat egg er.Miss ; bar graced the foyer table.
while you cook! A friendof whites until they stand in soft Fullagar was graduated '
from P. K. Yonge Laborsory ,
ours has a pet set of grill peaks; fold gently but thoroughly -
: School and she attended
combinations for brunchtime Into batter. Bake In
that worth waffle Iron, followIng Syracuse University. She Is AMiMJ t/ !
sausages are with bananas passing and on: pre-heated manufacturer's directions.: presently University a of sophomore Florida. at the a fG! I ;

toasted English muffins; potato Serve not with Ice cream and The bridegroom elect .w a s I v

_pancakes with_ bacon and chocolate sauce. graduated from Gainesville ZALE CONSTELLATION
High School and Is now a,senior 'ii'-: < '
.t the University of Florida. He .T :r 'jai FRIDAY, October I

r RECONDITIONED I is a member of PI Kappa Atha '., Dinner honoring Miss Frances DIAMOND :DESIGNS I Ia. .
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social fraternity.The Dabney Jones, bride .
I( PORTABLE wedding wffl be an eventof elect of Donald Moore Giles Six sparkling diamonds compose this richly deeJgned'wedding pair mounted 'In ft1Q>C
October 30 In the chapel of of Lynchburg: Va, ':30 p.m. urlowl4K gold ,.". .. .... .. ..,. .. :.a..L, ,..". '.r,.'., '.",....oo t
the University" Methodist Miss Lois Gayle Fauagar Mr. and Mrs. Burton Mt b. Eight, line diamonds art set In luxurious 14K gold! cr'llIn.n Irresistible bridal pair. $325
t TILLEY Church. Woodward and their daugb C. Artistic craftsmanship In 14K gold enhances this bright,diamond solitaire with -
ter, Mrs. Raymond Watson, matchingband.. .... .. ..,. "' .' ...., ." u. ,.. \t". ...t. .. .". ,... .. $225.
; and Mr. Wateoa,\,at the I I, 14K gold wadding pair has lovely diamond engagement ring with matching 2.
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diamond bind ...'... .. "oo,' .Y..4. $295
Woodward bom* West,
KEROSENE ,211\. a. Streamlined 14 K bridal pair is beautifully crNted'with ten channel set diamonds and
: University Avenue.' \::' one center diamond..1..1 '......!.. .,'1.. ........... ... >$150
SATURDAY, .October II" : ;; : i
Sir; tad Mrs. Michael B. Merget announce the birth of a ,
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Hospital.Paternal .. sea Dabney Jones, fianceeof <
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grandparents, are Mr. and Mrs. Robert F, Merget Donald Moore Giles of _
TO No R1 TILLIY RADIANT HIATIR. of Baldwin, L. I., and maternal grandparent are. Mr. lid Mrs.Claude' I Lynchburg: Va.; Miss Mildred ,.
Burnt for 12 hours with one filling. Sheppard. ; Griffith, Holiday Inn,
HANDLECLEAN Tank capacity 1 /i pint For cleanefficient 10:30: A.M. .,

hrat Only I I Calendar Of Events I, Linen shower honoring Miss .. L$15O
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CASH CARRY 19" Judith Beasley, 7.30 p.m.,
Mrs.. Leonard Colson, Mrs.W. .
No. TODAY, October I FRIDAY, October I H. Hart Starke.
SMOKELESS RJS TILL!! RADIANT HUTU 15ZALE'S CONVENIENT
Burnt 48 hours on 1 filling Tank :: Girt Scout UBA Neighborhood Gainesville Bri: ge Club I TERMS
capacity J'/i' qti. Long burning, a.m. Holiday inn.
130 Gh'1Scout
Meeting, : a.m.,
CUTS Heavy Duty. Only. Old Timers Four Families .
Group of the
House, 110 NW 8th < ,121. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
.,, University Women's Club. _
N/ELIILIS 99S Street. Plan 'Reunion -
ciislf'a .
4 4 CARRY Dutch Treat Luncheon .p.m.,- .
Gainesville Junior Woman's Garden Room, Faculty Club. A reunion of the Crevasse,
Many ef those reconditioned l heaters .have only Club, Benefit Fashion Show, North East Area Library Clark, Finlayson and Stapleton I
9::15 a.m., and 7:30: p.m., Meeting 10 am., Holiday Inn. families has been planned
been used es demonstrators ere like new and fully Gainesville Woman's Club I SATURDAY, October II. Sunday at the Cedar Key High ,

I guerenteoet.Bring. house. Mrs. University of Florida School grounds. A picnic hasker Keep your eye on 1llaZm'

Rebekah Lodge, I p.m., Odd Final Contest, I p.m., P.if. lunch is scheduled

your Tilley in for cleaning and repair Fellows Temple. Yonge the public.Auditorium, Open to noon.,

by Galneivllle's oldest Tilley dealer., Phi Mu Alumnae, I p.m., UF Faculty Club Post Foot- For further Information, any I' :
member of the four families
Mrs. John Thomas Crelghton ball Game Buffet Dinner, 7 feel l all !
CLEANING AND REPAIR $1.00 plus parts and Mrs. Everett M. Yon to 10 p.m., West Newberry should call Mrs. C. E. Leynes pretty :over
hostesses at the former's Road, by reservation. Sr., (05 NE Ninth Street.
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374-340 Studio of Cramer Swords. I
Classes are slated for si 1 x :
Home Onved tad Operated Tuesdays at a cost of $5. f'
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Roll sleeve and long sleeve model 1-UJ12 with 12 diagonal.71 txj. In. croon, a*
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I' 10 Gainesville Sun Thursday, October I, 1914I
a.m. on behalf of the church well known citlxen Is ailing at
I,' F. D. Shannon reporter. his home. lady Bird Special' Makes;
Rev. Mr. Jordan's friends
News of Special FESTIVAL SET wish him a speedy recovery.
The Choirs' Festival will be Breaks TraditionWASHINGTONMrs.
at the Zion Temple A.M.E.
DELEGATE TOCONVENTION
To the Colored During Church the Sunday anniversary at 3 p.m.a LyndonB. Whistle stop camp a I g n I n g man In 1948 Is best remembered

will be rendered.The Dr. George W. Gore Jr., president Johnson will l be follow I In g from a flag-draped caboose Is He threatened and almost
public Is Invited. Mrs. of Florida A&M University tradition and breaking bra d I- an old American political custom did "visit every whlstlestop In
News Items to this page should be tubmttted .. Colored DeDose, president; Mrs. Is 'one of five delegates Uon when she whistle stops dating back to the 1890's. the United States." When It WISed
IM NW Ith St by mad' er by phase. at FR HTM. Do Ml Kid L. Souder, secretary; Mrs from the state of Florida who aboard the "Lady Bird Spe But Lady Bird Johnson Is the the pollsters and the punditsall
vttle SOB office. 'J < D. Shannon vice presi win be In attendance at San clal" for four days through first wife bf a President, ever over Truman has confound-
and reporter. Antonio Texas Oct. 10-12 at eight Southern States.M to conduct such a major cam. and defeated Thomas E.'Dew-
:- SCHOLARSHIPS These scholarships are awarded will I ---- the annual convention of t I b. r i.'Johnson's pioneer I In g paign.; ey.The
campaign trail will cover 1.M2 train will have 17 can
HAWKINS
on a competitive basis for 27, S. H. .Southern Regional Education First Whistle Slop
JACKSONVILLE Ten four- admission to medical school beginning -big Board. miles i with whistle stops In plus two extra cars that will be
p year medical, scholarships to with the academic year I The Rev. ,S. H. Hawkins, Others In the Sunshine State some 40 cities. The specialtrain The first recorded whistle 1 added when the President
:. qualified Negro men are avail 1985-M. and will cover tuition and member of the delegation will Include Gov. Kar left Tuesday from Union stop' campaign was made by aboard. Nine sleeping I
..' able beginning the.. fall of at an accredited medical school Bethel Baptist Church,I ris Bryant: Doak Campbell Station Washington DC. and William Jennings Bryan In 18M comes
: IMS will wind In New Orleans In modern times, the whistle cars will sleep about 20 persons -
according to an announcement additional assistance If is ailing at his home on,president emeritus of Florida up
plus
by Dean Godfrey P. Van needed. They are renewable annually I 4th Ave, was reported State University1, Tallahassee; Friday. stop conducted by Harry Tar_ each reJtiCQ4a
.. Mentor, Director of Student Personnel contingent on the sta-'Oct Improving. Wilson Carraway, Tallahassee
and Placement at Ed- dent's record in medical schooL I ,- banker and state senator; and
ward Waters College. The applicant must be a N. SERVICES Dr. John Allen president. University
This Information 'comes from gro male student who has demonstrated -, of South Florida, Tampa -
The Elks Memorial Services .
outstanding academic -
the National Medical Fellow'
.' the gnatkmal 'Medical Fellow achievement In college: a R. be held at the Spring' While in San Antonio Dr.
I ship, IDe.. and the Alfred P. citizen of the United States and I Baptist Church on Sunday Con will meet with alumni
Sloan Foundation The medical must have been accepted for 6 30 p.m. I and friends of Florida A&M Uni-
scholarship program U. designedto admission by a medical schpo The Elks are asked to be pre- versity. Dr. Samuel T. Scott,
help relieve the critical shortage For further Information, write 7th at I p.m. principal of San Antonio's Phyllis
of Negro physicians and Godfrey P. VanMeter Director Wheatley Highq School, a
surgeons. Ills financed by a of Student Personnel and Placement -his CONTEST member of the 19(4 summer
substantial grant from the Al-' at Edward Waters College, There will be a singing contest school faculty at FAMU is
fred P. Sloan Foundation to the' Jacksonville. between the Singing Sons spearheading efforts to assemble t
National Medical Fellowship, and the Florida Suwannee Gospel alumni and friends of the i
which devotes itself to assisting -,INMEMORIAM' Singers, both of this city, Florida Institution for a meetIng .
Negroes with their medical I In memory of the late Will at the Holiness Church on N. E. with Dr. Con while he Is
careers :B. Adams..who departed this 6th Avenue Sunday at 131: In the city.
I The Medical Foundation ad- 'life Oct. I, IMS. ,p.m.The
ministers the scholarship program We are waiting foor your call, public is Invited.
distributes application but the Lord called you to come There Is no admission price. NEW BAND AT VCCC
blanks and s e I e C t s candi- up higher. Mrs. Martha K. Ad- be Rev. Sam Bannister reporter. There Is a lot of "new news"
dates. Dean VanMeter explainsthat ams wife: Mrs. Jose Ayer la the area of Music st Vo-
each student will receivean sister and family. ; GROVE PARKS NEWS bola County Community CoM ; tIi!
average of ".000 for the All persons Interested In the Ie... First there Is a new In
four year period of study. Ten LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL $ St Paul Memorial Cemeterj structor. Lawrence Parker
scholarship winners entered HOMECOMING. and hen are asked to meet Sunday bIftlHllnctor. a graduate Of
medical schools this fan. Lincoln High Homecomings < Oct. U, at 3 p.m. at the Washington University St. Lou- ,1 ZALE S CONSTELLATION
Peter Baptist Church. Is. Mo., and the University of ,I
will There' will be business of vital Illinois, formerly band director .
RECONDITIONED Importance to be discussed at Harris High School Hastings DIAMOND DESIGNS !
I: : Eugene, Mills, reporter. 1'Ia.Seconcl. '
PORTABLE log : t. Sis sparkling diamonds compose (Ms rich designed w ddlng per ,mounted In 0JQ5 t
A. : ARCHER NEWS a New Band Is being IIIIUIteuI1411 pd:. 1\..,. .. .. . .. .. . ... ...... .. ... ... .. .. .
la Services will be conducted at organised. Already more than b. tight line diamonds ut In IUlurtovIt41C fold,creating in Irresistible bridal pair. $326
TILLEY St Paul Baptist Church thirty persons have indicated C. Artlitlc eriftiminthlp In UK gold enhances this bright diamond tolitiirt.
ers1 Oct. 13, Tuesday at 7.X their Interest Among those who """ bind. ,. ,.. .... .. .. .. .. It. .. ....u.i.a... .WIth.2 21fillite" t
and reported for rehearsals are:Abe 4. 14K gold wedding pair his lovely 34lsmofl4 **gt|mint ring with watching 2 '
pm.The Rev. J. H. Phillips pas Andrews A. L. Mebsne 'High, diatnondand..aM..1. ... .. .,. ... aZ96
KEROSENE T. of churches st Waldo and Alachua. a.StrtimllMd 14 K bridal per It b*.uttfulrj created wUi tin channel t tit diamond and
win be the principal 'J'be'tbIrd new project Is'fakIng 11II center tlltmond' .. ..f.. II to.... ..to ',.. a. ... .."".... .160
on the occasion. Rev. measurements' and orderIng ar..r'.u..e..
list Foye pastor; Mrs. Bea o.aww.L
uniforms for the hand mem '
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EASY. TO No. HI TILLIY RADIANT HIATI lag Homecoming has been set for have been ordered. Many of .
Burnt for 12 hours with one filling. 2S at the Greater Bethel them have already arrived. '
';,\ \ HANDLECLEAN Tank capacity I Vi plntt for clton :. Church sponsored by.hers[ an. new student faces
efficient 'at. Only. Trustees' Board. Rev. W.1 from several high schools. 0.5258 Lit.r. Ie0
hop White pastor; Mrs. A. E. These students played In their '
CASH Or CARRY 19Na Wlngate, reporter. high school bands and now
to __ /, !! -Z ALE'S CONvlNltNTTEMMS
have come together to barmon-
SMOKELESS R55 TILUY NEWS -
cc DIANTpSTTent use their efforts experiences
Burnt 48 hour* 3:30 9 MMBT
capacity 3 to qts. Long burning. Lodge No. I win observe Its and musical notes to develop
..CUTS Heavy Duty. Only. anniversary services at .the St'fv Volusla County Community ,12 t U".!UNIVIRSI1YAVINUI ,
$ft5 Baptist Church ben College a unique Junior College ,
FUEL BILLSCASH fr CARRY .7. The cooperation of all mob Band.1If v .
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I you' art Interested In becoming .
Many of these reconditioned hooters have only a member of the band
Lawrence Parker at the
bones used e s demonstrators or* lib new flue fully contact
The Fanbesren' Lodge No. College. In order to qualify for -
.11......... HJ win hold Its regular meetIng one of the new Instruments, Keep your eye onfeel mr
st the usual mooting place yon should make contact at
today at I once. Persons having their Own .
p.m.
In for and I
Bring your Tiller cleaning repair
f The asseselnents and dues: Instruments an urged to report
by Gainesville's oldest Tilloy dealer ... to .be paid at (he meeting. to Mr. Parker. Be a part of '
: the ".... ......" hi music by pretty all over!
CLEANING: AND RIPAIR 1.00 pie l s BertsGIBBS AT HOME becoming a member of the {
the I The Rev. A. L. Jordan. Sr., band. NEVER.THE.LESS"
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Ir Square's Facellft 'bi8-'* >**..*. < on the window. above %Stock's iidMitchtir.. I
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FIRE REPORT.
:; i .'Crtaqr DBCHARGEDtMri. Ogleiby, Mri. Accident Roundup and
the SUN '- Fields Involved in accidents reported NW 10th S&:
Beverly and daughter, 'nesday at'
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by the 'Gatoeiville Police
Mn. Beal.Markham,Mr. Walter -
and the Alachna and. ,Oth St.
Weeks, Mn. Department
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GENERAL HOSPITAL a &JrL. Mri. Mildred Brawn and daugb. County Sheriff Office duringthe Av"I:
October ?, MH ADMITTED ter,'Mrs. Elizabeth Butt and past 24 hours were: At 1:05
BIRTHS. ,Mri. Geraldine C.Melton, Sally baby girl'George E. RoUni Mickey R. Burton, Marietta.Ga. plane r-- t
Mr. and Mri. Robert C. Ron, P. Mathli, Jane T. Kim- Mn. Martha Veana, Mr.)Albert and a atreet sign, at 122: faulty
i 205 Flavett m. a boy; Mr brooch Eugene F. Seville, Wil- Hardet,Mri. Barbara Me, p.m. Wednesday..t 821 NW Wtb Yule
I land Mn. James R.Melton. Jll lie'Mar Chliholm, ,Simon ;J. Daniel! and too, Mn Renee St.Jack: age.
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I Mri. Alexander Chlibota, '710 B..Rit3UameIa Kay Step- free:Mm Uafca Wetheringtoo, and Lacy Crosby, 1024 NE flooded : ;
m 4th Ave., a boy; Mr..and toe Hue]'V. Carroll, \vela 1.1 Me. William H.. Yenta' M r a. 5th Place it 4:45: pjn.:'Wednesday Ave .) : Ef MEN'S WALTHAM
I Mrs. Wllllim R. Mithii Rt S, LoeUear, 'VbfinlaX MarlUrMasde and"dauglr at W. University and 6th At '5:17' OR HELIIOS !
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\ .\, Rush party Sorority ( Junior Day Workshop Slated)


Given By Sorority Observes
The recreation potential of Guests Included Mrs. Harry Dental Clinic with a television
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Mr. Earl Crawford was hostess Miss Mary Ward, Mrs. Melvin I Payne's Prairie was the pro-,Daughterly, Mrs. James H. set equipped with Individual earphones
for the first Epsilon Sigma Ward, Mr*. Orian Wells Jr. and gram topic for the Junior Worn'an' Raulerson and Mrs. Franklin X' and sponsoring "The
Alpha rush party Tuesday night I Mrs. Joy Williams. Lentz. i ii Quiet Corner" of Smokey Bear
,'Assisting Mrs. Crawford in I Next rush event will be a Founding Club recently when Howard -i Mrs. E. Alray Howard, president Park, which Is sponsored by the 4 Cycle Automatic Washer
entertaining were Mrs. Harry "Model Meeting" of Beta : Bishop, guest speaker, presented announced the District Rotary Club on NE 15th Street
E. Stroud, Mrs. R. E. Sullivan, Lambda Chapter Tuesday, It Gainesville' Alpha Chi Omega his plans for this area Five meeting of the Florida I Defense made 4 CYCLES
stamps were
South of Gainesville. Federation of Women's Club,!
and Mrs. Donald Cook. the Guaranty Federal Savings
Alumnae Club observed the
.. and Loan Association's Community Mrs. James McCoy served as which will be held In Ocala on available to members by the Fully Automatic
Voted the "cutest" and 79th anniversary of founding of Public Afairs DepartmentMrs.
i : Room. hostess for the morning meet- Monday. District Five Junior ,
Lint Filter Tub
.ptost original" of the "c r a iv the national fraternity during a Asa Cox announced that
Day Workshop Is slated for October
.I hall)"were those worn by Mr.. luncheon Saturday at Holiday ing.Mrs.. Wets Level Control
Old TimersInitial Eugene Rule was welcomed 21 In Dunallon. the tickets for "Parlslenne Parade Model
Thomas Aycock and Mrs. W. E.
Inn.Mrs. to membership as a Members dlacuiMd two projects ," the club'i benefit fashion
Markham. meeting for the' Old Darren R. Nordwall, W.terTemper.euee A-100
lavlted)! guests Included Mrs. Timers' Group of the University -National Alpha Chi Omega transfer from Crescent City. / : providing Alachua/ County show to be repeated tonight at Sotater'

1 Randy Blocker, Mrs. R. R. CeU Women's Club will be a President, attended the lunch- the Clubhouse, would be available Giant Siiod Tub
*' 'H,'Mrs. C. J. Crown, Mrs. John Dutch Treat Luncheon Friday eon and spoke Informally to the Installation Faculty Club I! at the door.
i. P.'Galloway, Mrs. S. A. Hicks at the UF Faculty Club, West alumnae. Mrs. Nordwall, who Safety LU Switch
*, ..... Granville Horn Mrs. W.,Dewberry Road. The affair set lives In Tustin Calif., Is visit- Slated Dinner Cards 'MAY RUSTPROOFCABINET
*'Z.!Markham, ,Mrs. Tburtton for noon, will be held In the Ing her daughter, Mrs. William I tJJ.C. I '
,!.(liaised,.Mrs. T. J. Strickllndl Garden Room.LADIES'SPORTSWEAR M. Jones a member of the local' Mrs. T. J. Swearingen, 315 ,
I I' Family Night buffet dinner of
alumna group. ._ NE lib Street, will be hostess .INSUJUNtCIE FINANCING ON THE SPOT
13 a Alpha Chi Omega founded at when Sunshine Service Club of the IT Faculty Club this evening Year Chalet ot Credit Plans
'DePauw University In Octoberof Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle from I to I will be followedby e te.I.M.
: cSrtibwmlr I' 1885 by seven students In meets Monday at 7:30 p. m. bridge and canasta.Dr. A Awe The VARIETY STORE
1 = the school of musk, now claims Entertainment plans for the eM_ ::
DEPT. I over M.OO members 99 active installation ceremony to beheld George Wolff, chairman Life ON THI SQUARE
'. i chapters, 81 alumnae chaptersand at the Odd Fellows HaD of the program'committee, announces e 7 S.L litAve.pecrtaculeiy FR 6-SS4.
171 alumnae/ clubs. on October 27, will be made at ; 111 M.I
The fraternity aids nonmembers this meeting. that prises were to be :, lit Steed PI 01'1 f tHI nVl IN MiT \1
j. : through the Easter Seal I Mrs. Ethel Walker Is In awarded In both bridge and can- FR 2-1576
w project which helps the cerebral charge of the social hour. asta.
; paWed and the MacDowell I r I


;..... Colony Robert Yearbook S.for Bolle creative, designed in the artlsti.fraternity by Mrs. \ < 1 ? I :2:

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the Founder's Day psech. Mrs. (7
George W. Hunter ffl, was
named president of the Alumnae
Club succeeding Mrs. A. Frank )

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hostess for the luncheon.Bridge I 4 FRENCH 0 e I

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Mrs. W. D. MacDonald and SERVICE Wilt rPMCR QftMPOtriU ......
H. Robblna took top ton- 9 cup coffeepot AH MwM :
Lam I sup teapot :
t add a touch el dl aeov.red
ors In tilt monthly matter wear bent, r icy Setting., Med.rts W
of the Gainesville cream pneter, and 24' tvNIN.r1.1. htrNU. Oe/s.
II point game
Bridge Club on Monday evening oval waiter with 11I11II1.. tents eaeuree ..Tsa'btrs..."
There' l III soul I.deral .
with 171 match points. '
were twelve tables la play and 4988
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for all
the average score pain
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Mrs. J. A. Jones and the
writer came In second with 117, CONVENIENT TIRM!
E, E. Phillips and P. D. Cold-
gages wen third with 148V4, ..
and Mrs. X. W. Fountain and

I 'Mrs.141t%.E. C. Kirkland fourth with FAMOUS Wm. ROGERS SILVER PLATE ,

p. A. Johnson and J. B. Carmichael rt3WrWg;
led the East-West field
LI) \ with 151 match points, followedby
Mrs. M. H. DePass and
Mr. Val Givens with I 155,
S .t.35" \ Mr. and Mrs. R. Livingston
with 146H, and Van A. May
and Rufus Heath, Jr. with 142.
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f by County Set Lined locket and slim skirt Newcomers
of burgondy-tooit-block-lvory: hounds-tooth Mrs Charles Chllson served
t t check tweed, leather burtons and belt I.s hostess for, the Gainesville I vw
f ether places to match: Slacks, Sweaters and I Newcomers at their recent .
Blouses.. Perfect for Football Weekends. mating, which took place/ at theCity ; rijr1
"There's lots more) In our store" I Recreation Center.
.I VISIT OUR Mrs. Harry Aylesworth won
': the door prize. Bridge was won
by Mrs. Fred Leggett and Mrs.Alta .
1 Moses won canasta.
Founders' Day dinner Is slated -
for October 11 at 7 pm, at
the Primrose Inn. Reservations
should be made by contacting
225 W. UNIV. AVE. :
:" Mrs E. J. JarrettMrs.
John O'Dey and Mrs. C.
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12'GCaI..YlIIe Sun Thursday, October 8, IW4

Four years ago Liberty dip Some of the patterns personal choice Is for, I
" THE AMERICAN WAY Orient Inspires Fabric Designs ped into its archives and I based not only on William the dark'- tone fabrics (cop.'
came up with some designs Morris's rug but on the embroideries per and deep blue on black),
u. ,, based on the Art Nouveau on a Persian which he terms a "change
c Srm Volt 8Umr Arthur Stewart-Liiwty, chair London for things Oriental At period at the turn of the cen prince's robes and the calligraphic from the pastel irtUy ,look
OF LOVE Howard Whitman By BERNADINE MORRIS man of the British concern that time it was Japanese tury. These canned a flurry in patterns on 13th to that is everywhere
NEW YORK -, Persian. who Is making one of his biennial art high fashion circles and the 17th century tiles ere .
carpets, Turkish Ufo, and visits to America. He Among the shop's first reg- bold, strikingly colored freeform more than a foot wide while Some British coutute designers -
Moorish embroiderlei prom was accompanied by his. wife; liar nlto.en were sack motifs wriggled over some are small and dense. have seen the prints
Love Of Country IM to influence contemporary Elizabeth here for the 'first prominent Victorians as WU- many fashionable dresses Some are n a very pale he said, and plan to use themIn
. fashions. In the Immediate fu time. Ham Morris, Thomas Car. made In Paris and New York. range misty blue with their fashion collection for
Mr. Stewart Liberty who kyle John Rnikla and James Mr. Stewart Liberty sees mauve and yellow er pale .
ture.Liberty of London which Is 48 years old, describes Whistler. the 'current collection as "a pink witH brown and men. next spring and lu urer. Ne-
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; A New ViewEleventh gotiations are also under way
known Internationally for Its himself as the "cider states natural progression from the Others are blends ef dark
fabrics Introduced, a. collection man" of the concern with A Persian carpet owned by Art Nouveau designs" tones. with Paris couturIers.
, J of a Series Idom" and ."democracy. AI of silks bearing themes which he has been associated William Morris, which be vsed He believes they should Because of the vagaries of:
" Teddy Roosevelt, In a speechat street meetings of the sick little from these Ea.tern'rCII at an his.working life. He Is the a a Inspiration for his own "appeal to traditionalists andmodernlsta" While Mr. Stewart Liberty the timing of. fashion Row
; the University of Paris In Fascists the first order of great nephew of Arthur Liberty fabric and wallpaper designs and ..8tlllm
a at the as admits that his
1910 said the following business .is the hoisting. of the la reception recently. Savoy-Pi. who opened Us. shop on is one of the design sources supplementing the paisley patterns cern in his prime.is with con logs, the American public Is
,"Patriotism stands In national American flag."Patriotism Regent Street to 1S7S during for Liberty's new fabric col- with which Liberty has the production company end. he does likely to have the first glimpseof
matters as love of family ," said Samoa The host at the party was a period of earlier Interest In i lection. long been Identified. have esthetic preferences. the new fabrics.
I does In private life. National- Johnson "Is the last refuge of I I
Ism corresponds to the love a a scoundrel." Indeed it can be.
man bears for his wife and Healthy love of country Is a f.
r children. Internationalism corresponds quiet not flamboyant, thing If '
, / to the feeling he has the outward symbols match the A WILSON'S
, .' for his neighbors generally. Inner meaning fine. But time World's Fair
,:. ,"The sound nationalist .is !the symbols. alone without meaning 1'h ., IS OPEN
only type of really helpful inter are sterile.Dr. Of Values I
It I nationalist-precisely as in private William H. B ur ton, of
relations It .Is the man Harvard University's school of TIL
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most devoted to his. wife' and education, has reported on studies .
\ children who in the long run .is of "what I school children 9TONIGHT
I apt to be the most satisfactory think they are saying" when A !
neighbor. they recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
, Though more than a }half century ,
r has passed the words of a StarryEyed"One FRIDAY I & MONDAYS.
American President makeas
I great
boy who clicked his .
much sense now as they did
heels, stiffened his spine put
I
then. We might even say more
,.: sense In that the views of some his. hand on his heart and got SPECIAL PURCHASEMEN'S
of our contemporaries who like: that starry-eyed look which I INFANTS SIZE 2-3 & 4
with supposedly SPORT COATS
to think of themselves as "ad usually goes
vanced thinkers" have finally emotional reactions, was askedto COTTON KNIT 2 PIECE SLEEPERS
caught up with what Teddy the write out what he had just (EXCLUSIVELY YOURS AT WILSON'S) ,
Rough Rider knew and said In said In saluting the flag," Dr. CHECKS. PLAIDS & IRRIDESCENTS

f 1910. Burton reported. ;SOLID COLOR BOTTOMS, PRINTED TOPS
"The boy wrote, 'I perjur la- IN 100% WOOL WORSTED
It was Just a few years ago
, gem to the Flag of the United REGULARLY 2.29 SET
that some of these "advancedthinkers" ORIG. 35.00-42.50
1 were looking down States of America and to the ,
their noses at patriotism In gen Republicans for which it stands ANNIVERSARY SALE 1.77 SET SALE
I
, and-nationallsm In particular. one nation Invisible with
Ubbuty and Jesters for all!" he
r Anyone who openly snowed
t his. love of country was brandedas Instead of emphasizing the FLOOR : 24.90-
ritual how much better If Infants ShOp-5TIIIT
as a flag waver. They took Ir ,
supercilious If not contemptuous someone sat down with that boy
; view of patriotic organizations. for 15 minutes and talked about 29.90
National feeling was to what the Pledge of Allegiance ,
them a second cousin to sin. really means. I
. It's Not a Fence When the late actor CharlesLaughton e GIRLS, SIZE 2 TO 4, Normal Alterations

AH this. stemmed of love.from Love a misunderstanding .Is- an American became citizen naturalized he characterized as ., 3 TO 6x AND 7 TO 14 FREE

I, not a fence. The fact that oneloves the pledge as "this. exquisite SOLID COLOR OR PRINTED
of OUR EXCLUSIVE FAMOUS MAKE
his native land within Its gem-the sublimity ,
. borders does not detract from this beautifully worded oath!" CORDUROY SLACKS &
WOOL/MOHAIR
Unless children see the sparkle WOOL
. his ability to love all the world
I beyond those borden.I and sublimity there the words.A la little SIZES 2... & 3-6x. REG. 1.99. CARDIGAN SWEATERSANNIVERSARY ,
QuIte the contrary. Or, as point to speaking
I Teddy Roosevelt it "The, Warm Feeling '
put SALE 1.59
I talked ALL WANTED FALL SHADES : .+
I sound nationalist is the only Patriotism Is a feeling. -
type of really helpful Internationalist. with American: patriarch x 2/3.00 MEN'S SIZES S-M-L & XL
.1.
I ." Bernard Baruch about it once
, Now we mutt go further and he said, "Patriotism to like 7-14
i. "T.R." carefully chose the religion Lip service does not ,
"' phrase "sound nationalist He, make a man religious or give ANNIVERSARY' SALE 1.99 ORIG. 10.95, r
to was speaking of the healthy love him a good relationship with
1 of country u contrasted with God Nor do symbols and rltvali -
l the sick nationalism of a,Car make a man patriotic. GIRLS 7-14 i SALE
i tro. They cannot take the place of 2-4,3-6X& 1,
Sound nationalism or patriot, real meaning" 8.99
tan, Is an extension of paren t Love of country becomes In KNIT POLOS ,, j
love. Our country Is our parent the mature Individual, a warm .
land. Thai particular expressionis pervasive feellng-a kind of ex- REG. 2.50
seldom used yet note now udation a going out ,
frequently and in how many In a talk with Dwight D. El SALE 1.69 FAMOUS MAKE MEN'S
languages all over the world a senhower while he was president -
man's country Is called his of Columbia University he IVY OR REGULAR
, "motherland" or Ms "fa t b r- remarked "When I get out on
land." the plains of Texas and Kansas LONG SLEEVED

Love of country Is. Innate vir I automatically begin to grte GIRLS 3 TO 6X Cotton or' acronCottonAND
tually Instinctive, as parent love I stand out there and look into ,
Is We are born with It, as we the distance. People say
are born with eyes and appe What's there to see? Out there 7 TO 14 SPORT '
tltes. This. .Is not the love of Iparticular you can look further and see
party or I regime less than anywhere else In the ORLON PILE LINED
1 but basic love of soil, earth, country.". SHIRTS
I home, native land. Mr. Eisenhower continued,
I Our "Earth Mother" "It may be seeing nothing to "ZIP-OUT COATS"SLEEVES SOLIDS &PATTERNS, S-M-L XL
I i Psychiatrists. tell us that In them. But not to me. I sea
the web of the unconscious we something wonderful out ORIG. 4005.00,
Identify our country the good there." ( ARE QUILT LINED) _
earth with the womb from Te AH HumanityTo
which we sprang. This unconscious Dwight D. Eisenhower, BEIGE & GREEN COLOR POPLIN SALE 3.59, 3/10.00
notion of the Earth Moth. those Western plains are the
er expresses itself consciouslyIn Earth Mother. But like: a mature
the common phrase, "Mother son, he has not been tied 3 TO 6x, REG. 9.99 DACRON/WOOL & ACRILAN/RAYON
Earth." He has ,
to her apron strings.
The terrific tug, then toward been able to carry that love to SALE 8.99 FAMOUS MAKE, BETTER DRESS
home and native land is, paychologlcally the four corners of America,
i tug toward moth I,Just as love of one's actual M '
er. The American In Paris who mother .Is .the_ psychological 7 TO 14, REG. 10.99 SLACKS

roams from cafe to cafe searching : source of the love one later ANNIVERSARYANNIVERSARY SALE. 9.99TODDLER .,
nostalgically for a chocolate brings to his wife, his children "
(INCLUDING SOME EXCLUSIVELY YOURS AT
soda the tourist who keeps asking his frlends-and aU humanity.
waiters In Belgium for a Mature love of country like WILSON'S.) SOLIDS. CHECKS & STRIPES
hot dog, the trans-Atlantic air love of mother has nothing to
passenger who can't wait to do with how rich: or powerful GIRLS 2-4 PLAIN OR PLEATED FRONTS
rush for the American snick or weUrequlpped one's country BELT LOOP OR CONTINENTAL STYLES

bar at Kennedy, airport: an are Is. It has been ludicrous even & LITTLE GIRLS 3-6x
groping for symbols of Mother pathetic to tea BOOM of ear x ORIG. 15.95 (NORMAL ALTERATIONS FREE).
America, all an clinging to the Madison Avenue boys try to sell
geographical umbilical cord. America to our own people be ORLON SWEATERS ANNIVERSARY SALE 12.99 2/25.00
But what about love of country CI\IIIIt has more telephones or
in our daily lives In our more bathtubs or mart bubblegum 2-4 ORLON CARDIGANS Men's Shoir"ST>liT floOR
sophistication, we have drawn than any other country ta SALE 2.29
RIO. 2."
further and further from the tile world Where love la tavorted. ,
deep, Instinctive core of toner who cares? Do we love 3-6x ORLON CARDIGANS
emotions. We may not even be mother because she b rich er YOURS EXCLUSIVELY AT WILSON'S"PREP"
aware some of us, that a love beautiful, or a canasta champ? AND PULL-ONS, BOYS' SIZE 12-20
of hungers within us the WorMThe
country Levee
We tend to brush off patriotism mature Individual loves c RIG. 3.99, SALE 2.99 a PILE OR QUILT LINED
as a parade I Fourth ef July his country because Is there.
speech or the Pledge of AH. It need not possess a stogie Ctrh'Shp STRUT FLOOR JACKETSIN
glance. la our sophistication we telephone er bathtub. Daniel ,
may took upon this a* folderolas Webster once said "I Bali enter THAT FAMOUS DRIZZLER FABRICr
Indeed it may be whet It ea no encomium upon Massachusetts
stands alone. I ; she aeedt none ZIPPERED FRONT SELF OR KNIT COLLAR
'The fatal error In t U.II There she Is." While across the LITTLE BOYS SIZE 2-7
meaningful is to confuse the i Atlantic William Cow per JEANS, SPECIAL 15923.00 ORIG. 15.98,
symbol with the thing Itself. A wrote, "England, with an thy IT ANNIVERSARY SALE
I POLOS (COLLAR
hypocrite can sing lustily In ts.l love thee still, my STYLE), ANNIVERSARY
church. A scoundrel can place I Country!* SPECIAL 1.59 or 2/3.00 10.99
a wedding ring upon the finger I Such patriotism does not shutout I
of a woman he proposes to mur few for the rat of the
der. A traitor can wear a flag world. Not at ail-any mar .
ta his lapel Russia has called than love for an lows farm "JR.- '?REEOys'

itself a "democracy." This. does shuts out love for an America.It LITTLE BOYS COTTON FLANNEL' REGULAR
OR IVY. LONG SUlVIDW'
not mat tt I democracy.! Is the capability to lava
.... erp.IIIIdIIl which carats Through his tow PAJAMAS
SPORT
m our own ceootry, we have for the farm, the lowaa IoN SHIRTS
seen mal'r" bate organisa America. Through hat love lit
lions mask themselves to the America be love the world.. ASSORTED STYLES,. SIZES 27. REGULARLY 1.99
lymos of tree America, like Next: LOVC-THB /'
atheists wsJHMdowi me tm. BEST MEDICINE: REG. 1.99, SALE 1.59 : ANNiVERSARY SALE 1.69
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THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker End of Job? I
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opinion of the purpose for committee -

Agony of a Washingtonian reapportionment hearings on Ohio's was.of legislative FALL ;

r fered by a state lawmaker on
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his expense account. SPECIAL

TIle state representative from
iJ ....era
affected reapportionment -
a small county by
P Nnu Work Itotr Although we've gotten accustomed -cures for the things that are'resident critics i I after being noted aft. r I
WASHINGTON Poor old to It, we're always a lit" wrong with us. Maybe we drink 'kicked out of Congress, never "purpose""To liquidate my
Washington. No other city I n tie shocked by the names these too much by Blanchester stand go back .to Blanchester.. ,political career." I
America takes more abuse dur Mliticians call our neighbors ards, and spend more time talking .I.
kg a political campaign or accepts Take Bill Meyers who lives next about politics than about
It more stoically.Washingtonians door here and works for the women and football. At -
:' are so accustomed government. Bill's a Goldwa On the whole however, we
to hearing themselves man this year. Thinks the coun- like to feel that we're j Just I
described ss bureaucrats, para- try's going to the dogs. I1 about as normal as the next I
bleeding hearts wastrels, makes you see red when you, fellow's home town. On only one' I
sites
' boobs Incompetents conspirators go out to places like Blanchester -point do we claim any extraordinary .I
and criminals that and hear Bill denounced as merit It is In the way
shudder a bureaucratic wastrel. we accept criticism from out
don't even anymore
they campaign Then there's Earl He's the siders. ;
when another
.1 I i'season rolls around. chief Justice. Lives down the Imagine how Blancbesterwould I ,r ..
,1 Senator Goldwater has been avenue a mile or so. We pass snarl back'If one of us I
him every once In awhile walking calledlt a'crime-consumed
U around the country say.
I
flying "consumed" by to work at the Supreme of boobs: crackpots, parasites,
1 Ing that we are other politic Court. When you wave to bins, wastrels and Incompetents. Our I
and
crime: every has been he smiles and waves back. We attitude is: call us the worst,
clan In the republic to scorn. Rep. argue about his legal writing. you can. We can take it It maybe Hop Repack front I
holding us up ,
but we would no more think of because we know that our .
Clarence Brown, for Ins t a nee, '
stopped off In his home town calling him a Communist than I'' right downl! : wheel bearingsBumpertobumper E95
Manchester, OhIo last week the folks out In Blan Chester II tAFaaAaTnOVERWEIGHT :
B IanChester would think of calling their
and, after acclaiming .1
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I as "God's own foot county Judge a hangman.' see our new collection of

'stool" told the crowd, "It's always Or take Congressman Brown. Araikbh" t* ,... .M..rt a d.etw'e safety check l
j a pleasure to come home, His neighbors across town lay ,....rIH... eve due Bead HALLMARKCHRISTMAS I.
when you leave behind le's a very decent fellow. He's OOIINIX. YM Mole )... ittly tot 'LUS NaraAN
particularly .. ...11. He UNIHIWIMfflM. Correct camber
the ness we have down In probably not the man we'd electto ywr .mm...*."--. ......* eve: 1
I Washington." represent us If Con g re s a taking. *f ......... M...1... seedl. CARDS caster toe-la U.I CAN 7 1
Now with all due respect to'God's would let us vote-he's a little ''*, ...ck..t eo .....Iea. .. ck... 1
own footstool," we too William McKinley for our 11 (KM ODRINIX b a her N.01 I
I Washingtonians wonder wheth. istes-but he's a neighbor we hike'N ..Illy .w.lt.w.d.., 'y.e Mill WlMMOMINIX ."ley yen! Now FREE Imprinting Align front end .; i
I er the mesa here Is really any know and like and we feel bad rw .MMI, Mill. eel He ( de yen 1, i
'i'\ worse than It Is In Blanchester. when somebody goes out in the Uk., krt yn limply rfmt h hi-I 9
I What little we saw of Blanches- country and calls bun a boob. ski urge fw eat,. ,.ewhe.e.' .., /
ODIINIX ei. I
ter-a brick railroad platformand Oh, we have our problems. The'I:MM-= end d..,..- y.e'y de.l I Saves You 95c per Box Take your car where the experts are : 1
some ramshackle stores by elms are dying and the city ,. .* YMf weighte..1
the tracks-looked pretty mes-, can't replace them fast enough. e:- tfum, klMim .. yw ewe 1
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will teN yen .IIetI yen ee'
Traffic Is. something fierce.There I
sy. lie. yen wMi taw. Ot .f )
We don't hold that agal D.t [ are a few architect who t nt M m?Hie tans* 0:1 -I
I Blanchester. We know that railroads ought to be run out of town for IX Mitt Si.00 ... to .... en file CHESNUT OFFICE
I don't run through the tidier what they're doing to the sky- GUARANTHi. If Mt MttiHW tony GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE
I iw |mt Ntura the p.ek.g.
sections: of town, but we line.The N ywe drv, 5 e .
INC.
i t think Blanchester should also crime rate Is rising aright i Menu k ck. N.---.1: EQUIPMENT CO., "'
i realize that Brown spends We rank 13th on the ODftlNIX k .... wM Mid twr 725 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 172-1117

I Z most of his time here sitting F.B.I. list of the nation's most 'I.51011.....De kys tows _" 1w e. uaswrwy/ 105 W. UNIVERSITY! AVI. PHONI H 2-1421 0,.* M... thru flew I e...-':10 ,... ,,1. Ie,m.-' am, Se'. I e...-4 ,.*.
sround Congress. We feel about crime-ridden 1 cities which i Moll ewers pens I
Congress Just the way I makes us feel bad but not asbad
1 I'' Blanchester feels> about the rail, as we do about Senator

road tracks. It Is one of those' Goldwater's home town Phoenix j jH
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messes we can't do anything which ranks fourth. r
I about and we think It is unfair The schools aren't much to 1 be %
to be blamed for It. sure. In almost any section of
town, you can look six blocksIn

1 Story Time schools either direction Immediately.and! spot The7're the you are looking : I

This FridayStory the oldest, shabbiest brick piles
on the horizon. But then tame for bridal Set. I
Time for children aged is true In New York and a '
1 to 7 will be held at the they have less excuse than we "
Gainesville Public Library 0 n
Friday from 3:IS to 4 p.m. do.Our problem Is, that school that is unusual.
t The storytellers will be Miss money has to be wheedled out .
Gail Kahn, Miss Patty Oken of a clique of Dlxiecrsts in Congress -
I Miss Ertha Tnotnpm.and Miss who want to demonstratethat M t
Liz Morrison, all members of an Integrated school system with fine Quality
the social studies class of the like ours won't work. 1
University' College of Educa They're right It won't work If .
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If Seaborg To Speak at UF .Nuclear Building Dedication Saturday ElectricalREWIRING


Outstanding national figures He speaks on "The Binding chief of the Health Research Facilities the citizens of Florida. dedication )
to the nuclear sciences will be Force of the Atom" during the I branch of the National Tours of the Nuclear Sciences afternoon. The activities Friday ert Unrig, Head of the Department Dr. George K. Davis, Director
talks, divided
,. at the University of Florida toll formal ceremonies: at 10 am Institutes of Health. Division of I Building win be available to the Into two sessions, take of Nuclear Engineering, of Nuclear Sciences. Dr.: Lin-I'' C.Resider( )al l a CommweIndujtrnl
In
weekend to take part in the fort Saturday in Bless Auditorium of Research Grants. general public from 11:30: a.m. Bless Auditorium of the place Physics Head and Dr.of Stanley the S. Ballard ton E.' Grinner, Dean of the '
mal dedication of the Unlver-the Physics Building. President Wayne Rests will until 2 p.m. and following the Building, and Department of Graduate School will preside at CALL
are to all .
I open Chemistry.The
aity'a f22 million Nuclear Scl Other speakers include Dr. accept the new $2.] million facility Florida Mississippi football Interested .: both sessions / Dressler
pc ns. C. P.
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4pm
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fences Building.Dr. Richard Csrrigan, director for for the University and game until : The fivestory nuclear research -
p.m. Speaking for the
I t Glenn T. Seaborg, chairman physical science: facilities in the Baya Harrison Jr., chairman of Technical talks by Universityof at 2:30: physical, will be sciences Dr.- Frank talks on the life sciences: by Dr. and training facility; was Electrical Contractor
p.m. W. Putnam,
f of the U.S. Atomic Energy Office of Institutional Programs, the State Board of Control will Florida experts In the life Harry S. Sister, Head of the De- Department of Head of the financed by grants from the Phon. FR '-'}91
Commission heads the list of and Dr. Francis L. Schmehl accept the building on,behalf of and physIcal sciences open the partment of Chemistry Dr:Rob the College of Biochemistry Medicine, an In! and National state appropriations Institutes of Health1 910 N.W. 4th St.

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AKRON, Ohio, AP) The ; : : ( : R 'I FORMALSORIG.
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( unusual happening every day
this fall on West Exchanger
Street a half dozen nuns, 29.99 TO 35.00
wearing the habit of the Dominican
r I" Sisters, are working In the ANNIVERSARY
I' Westminster United Presbyterian 2Y ,
church. .H
This advance In ecumenical SALE 19.99 '
spirit started a week before La- .: .
o., bar Day. Our Lady of the Elms .
Roman Catholic School, across .
I\ the street from the Presbyterian C LONG OR SHORT_, .FITTED OR
r an church, had a problem: d : : .
:r\ opening of school was going to FULL, TAILORED OR FRILLY
.find them short of for 1 j ,
'I space JI }
I r nursery and kindergarten classes M. j ; WHATEVER YOUR CHOICE YOU'LLFIND

t i I '1 IT HERE. LUXURIOUS .
A i(new building had been P1I ,
planned, but at a late stage It f FABRICS
developed a new foundationS t grill'' h.ea:
would be needed and It could 1 MISSES' WOMEN'S
JUNIOR'S &
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.not be completed before Nov. 1. ,
.q Mother Mary Eileen, Elms
superior, and a colleague paid Formal Dresses" FLOOR
t a visit to their neighbor, Dr. ..
a j ,. Noel A. Calhoun,' Westminister
church pastor. He offered them 1
four large Sunday School classrooms
and use of the kitchen ,4" jaunty jackets
7 and other equipment v 7
I When Mother Eileen asked t, ..i .
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about rental, Dr. Calhoun replied 't"
: "Sister,' we* net .... r. .... y SELECT FROM of ..
talk about that we"consider this BULKY CAROL ., 'a .l '., 1 u
our Christian duty.
Later the 21-member session I CANS IN SOLIDS 3 PIECE SETS CORDUROY POPLIN
of the United Presbyterian OR TWEEDS OR ,
Church gave unanimous approve A SMART 2 PIECE SELECT FROM FIGURED PAJAMA "

from al. Classes 3 to S for years M pre-school old moved tots in. 'TURTLENECKPULLON & COAT OR SOLID COLOR PAJAMA ,SUEDE. & LEATHER t

'. "Five years ago, I don't believe WITH & FLORAL FIGURED v '
CORDANA COAT -
those sisters would ever
have walked Into this building" CARDIGAN.NG (SHOWN ABOVE).YELLOW, BLUE & RED. CAR COATS
,. Dr. Calhoun said. "There has
been a softening on the part of
Catholics through the great IMPORTED ITALIAN REG. 4.99, .
spirit of Pope John, and t he '
SALE
J Protestant world has reacted In HANDKNIT"MOHAIR" 3.99 SET FOR THE COOL DAYS AHEAD.

turn. -2ND FLOOR JUNIOR'S, MISSES & WOMEN'S
"With this spirit alive, It Lingerie SILO P
would not behoove us to deny SWEATERS SIZES.
the space."
1 Dr. Calhoun would have been
happy to have his church's act ORIG: 12.99 & 15.99
of charity unpublicized but the ANNIVERSARY' .
grateful sisters had a story maiden/brin: .
printed In the Cleveland dlocesan -
weekly newspapers. Then SALE '9,99 ..SPECIAL 17.99
mention followed In a national ,

magazine. BLENDED WOOL, MOHAIR NYLON ANNIVERSARY! '
"U the opportunity came, I
feel there are other Presbyterian
ministers who would do likewise I l
," Dr. Calhoun said. FOR 2 fir Cuts & Suits Sh'2NDiL00R ,
He said his "congregation Is If
totally delighted" with the IhslNdTtaeOeiyl5-. .3' '
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move. "There has been no unfavorable ,
comment from anysource ANNIVERSARY SALE ,OF
he said.

UF' Journalism' REG. 7.99 LOAFERS'' -" :

Students Win l

ScholarahipsScholarship 5.90.

awards totaling
SUM to students In the school 2 Pro for 11,00 .
of Journalism and Communications : Available in '
at the University of Florida -
were announced today by Red
Rae 0. Weimer, Director. ALL SIZES
Robert Benjamin Cason, a Navy
Journalism senior from AJach-'
ua, will receive the.top awardof Brown
ITU made available by the : ANNIVERSARY PRICED
Jacksonville News Club. Black
Nineteen other students in I I STACKED HEELS
t the school were selected: to ,
share In the ninth annual .
Crantland Rice: Memorial Reg. 9.99 to 12.99

Scholarships totaling $1. Famous Maidenfonn design, craftsmanship
MO.:The awards are given by NOW
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Other area of Oldsmar.students Florida.receiving of the features of'a much more expensive bra! 7.90 & 9.90

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1 1': jCar'dinals'[ Driver's Seat With 9-5 Victory.. ;; :




,W ST. LOUIS (AP) -.."So the nab next year, In'the driver's under a Redbird barrage featured .'during the regular season was now with Gibson going for us In relief job by Barney Schultz, the pitchers" he observed "Especially Impressed by the Cardinals. I ,.
Yankees want to scramble. It', seat, in more ways than one. by young Mike Shannon's 'to have been Keane's opening the second game and one game 38-year-old knuckleballer to with the wind blowing out. "They have a well-balanced"
J .1 an right with us. We're the beat He now has his ace pitcher' towering home,run must rely game pitcher but the fire-ball- In the bag I like Gibson anytime I preserve the triumph. "But I'm a'low ball pitcher team and speed," he said
scramblers: In baseball* right-hander Bob Gibson, to fire' on'a rookie, Mel Stottlemyre, to log native of Omaha, Neb, had he goes out,no matter who Curt Flood. Lou Brock, Mc and that is probably Yogis Then he added frankly:
M Southpaw star Curt Simmons against the Yankees In the second -pitch the first.Yankee post season to be summoned from the bullpen we're playing," Carver and Shannon each had (Manager Yogi Berrs) reason "But I think be
..., 'Tpummed up the St. Louis Cardl- game of the Series. If the victory since October 13(1 for the pennant clincher Six pitchers were used In I the two hits In' this scramblinggame for pitching me here. When I'm the first to admit Whitey he would made
JLiali' attitude going Into Thurs- Cards win it would put the SJyearold Stottlemyre, a I 22-year-old Sunday. opener the Yankees employing In which the Yankees off and tagged, Us mostly for of bad a
( second game after hand- skipper in a most ad- right-bander, was a key factor "Winning the first game four. Neither starter Ford of committed two errors and singles 1 dont give up too couple pitches. "
{ New York Yankees their vantageous position I when he In the Yankee pennant victory means a great deal, of course," the Yankees nor Ray Sadeckl of catcher Elston Howard was many homers" 'They hit my curve ball,
straight World Series de- sits down with owner Gussie this year. .Brought up from said Keane but what pleasesme the Cards, had it Wednesday as guilty of two passed balls. Whitey observed. "I cant understand
The hander from
Iflaya, 9-5 in Wednesday's opener Busch to discuss his status next Richmond In mid-August he most is that we've now got each team cracked a dozen bits. Hitting Clothe young right it. 1 thought had good
victory week. ..3 record with 211 our' Pete Mikkelsenand Mabton, Wash, aald he was stuff"
put Johnny posted a a pitching rotation straightened Al Downing. The Yankees, too, had their
who still doesn't have a' Yogi Berra who saw his ace earned run average out. Hal Reniff followed Ford to hitting clothes on, :especially
>ct to manage_ the CardlM -i veteran Whitey Ford, go down Gibson.with a 19-1J,record "I think we're to good position the mound with the southpaw Tommy Tresh; who whacked a
MM absorbing the loss. double and home run, They Great new taste.r
j F Whitey, whose 10 triumphs grabbed a 3-1 lead In the second
are a Series record, now has inning In which they had St-
c UF-Reb lost eight Including his last lour deck! on the ropes but let him pipe tobaccoin
( af1te5Uilk iunSPORTS starts Shannon's two-run hon get away1.;
\ 7 er, a towering 450-foot blast I Five hits shook up the young
which tied the score st 4-. In the lefthander pretty good, but filter
a
f SeriesThrills sixth Inning, started Ford' Ford was cut down at the plateon .
downfall Tim McCarver'a fo.
a fine throw by Brock from kcvivtoienuseeiuartn
low-up double finished him left field That proved to be the !
.Sadeckl: was credited with the turning point of the game.. cigarette
4 victory but It took a three-tonln "If Ford had scored," said _
I' Keane 'I would have taken

: n.n..,:October I, 1964Carda" t trr -. Sadeckl and Ray out was Even'then gone", anotherhit 0

.; If any coHegft In the nation puts out a thicker football brochure ST. LOUIS Mo AP) -- ne Stottlemyre, an avid observer You get phasing. aroma-and a great
!?' than the University of Mississippi, it hasn ,come I box score of the tint game 01 from the Yankee dugout, took BOW taste The seem?It's packed withAaatrlca'S v
'i. across this desk in 19M to date. the 1M4 World Series: note of e short confines of brst taitlng I pipe!! tobaccor
I"I "h' Busch Stadium and a II miles faaMMM Half aid Half 1 Smoke sew Half
'There are 144 pages,, plus the four pages of the cover New Yerk (IA) AB RRBIO A per hour wind that contributed sad Half Filter Cigarettes
(front and back) adorning the Ole Miss fact sheet. They I Llnsss 4 0 0 .11 to Ford downfall K
:J need that much room to tell about all the remarkable grid- RJch'daon! 2b s. 2 I I 3 This Is not a good park for Mesa *""i
\ Ira exploits of a remarkable football! minded institution. .. +l 1 ,Marts cf 4 I 1 0 0 0 f"
One of the sections that draws attention, and Rebel sports lt t Mantle rt 513010
Information director Billy Gates deserves fun credit for aJJ Howard c 4 1 I 0 I 01 1
fine Job with It, has to do with past history. Trashy t I I J 1 'I
Pepitone Ib s. 0 0 11 0
lace the ealy Gater-Ole Mbs battle these eyes lave wit- C.BoyerJII t 11. I.
eased came .hi the INI Cater Jew hank, wee by Ike Robe, \ Y 111111
7-t,tim to the epportiilty to refresh........ t j Downing Fordp 0..0dBI.nchard

Saturday's game will be the 10th meeting. Ole Mist hu 1. I. 0 01

won seven,lost one and there has been one tie. eHegan 011.100
:. Sheldon pMtkkelsen 0 0 0'' 1 1 11 y
: Florida's only triumph, back on Sept V, IMS, must ban p 0 0 0 0 0 0
"I' been one for the books. The Caters way 3UJ. but they, ;.1,. I
must have set one record that day. :, ', TetalsStLwJaN n I II I U
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Brock 0 1 3 ,3 1 1 1

'The, game was played hi a rain. The Caters blocked FIVE Groat as 40,1014
i believe It or not Rebel punts. Bob McCain raa II yards for ICBoyerJb 31111.'
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Last regular-season game was In 1MI here.01l'Miss won, MeCarvereMaxvin J I I 0 t 0 CENTER
1(4. How many VF fans recall the windup Jb I" o :. I II
aJames 100,00
Cater back Dug Bekka threw a fan with the seen M, w 'a Schults I I 0 I 0 .1 IQi1I
Rebels. badtog, less Ian a mina to play aad the UF ft* AY'S $ R ES.p C E Sadeckl p 111'111
tag to scan aad tie tt ap. u Bob Gibson (L), Yank. Mel Stottlemyre pbWarwick 101100 ,

What happened cJavler Jb 0100,1 23" TV $2'8995

Bobby Wilson swiped the toss at 'the Ole Miss one and ran Series Skinner 000.0 *

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Ford Ith ,
Thrown b Singled for Sadeckl: Ith
c Baa for Warwick to lib :
d Doubted for Downing In I' A AI Ael. I
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'By MID: RA'I'BT Ford, who doubles as the g Ran for Skinner in Ith ,
) It back M yards for a touchdown with Just 'tt seconds. left ST. LOUIS (AP) Whitey Yankee, pitching coach, said New Yerk (A') M .1. .> -*
to_make it a 144 Rebel vlcl.orJ.'l'bere'a Ford was. thrown out and Bent "bad his mind made .p Si Loins (N) Ill IN Ih....
knocked out la the opening when he came out. Hs usually B: Mantle, C. Boyer DP -
about the Ole Miss UF series.\
one other oddity game of the World Series I asks m* what I think,- but hedidn't Groat Maxvlll and White; Sheldon !
All the meetings have been either at Jacksonville or Pier The two moves at the 8t Ibis time. He Just said, and PepltoM. LOB New
L i Ida ,Field, excepting the 1939 clash played at University Louis Cardinals'M victory ever Ira gonna get Downing In. York (A) 11, It. Louis (N) 7.2BTrsshMcCsrver.

Mist. .. the New York Yankees Wednesday : Downing got Charley James!, .
btllal.sMaltag was to. ... Tad larth, nw Rebel athlete told the story of the Yanks on a pop, but pinch hitter Carl,Blanchard, Brock. JB-McCsr
director had mach to .. with the wta. Ha picked fifth straight Series defeat. I Warwick slapped a single that ver, Flood. MR fresh, Shannon. -
all a UF pass n aba.Gators'. II, seared n a m sane !iTbs second goessers posed put the Cardinals, ahead and' sb C. Boyer. IF K..
pajys later. Beth teaau taUed .to the ftaal. parted u Ole two *- Curt Flood slammed s triple' Boyer.
Mile won 12-7. Should be have been thrown that made It J4. IP. R R ER
+, "* out? Should be have been taken "I knew they had those right Ford L IM 0 I I
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The f ut SEC cams In 1M4. Ole Miss had 14 first
game oat? handed hitters when I went to Downing _....12-J I I 1
:downs t t.' .our for Florida. 'I'be.... eaded 12-11 hanks to
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Let's examine the situations: take Whitey out said Bern:.Sheldon _
a blockcJ: punt again) by the Caters and a .,... kick- At the first key point Ford "But Downing was the best I M1kke..... ...., 1-32 I 1
ca rctul'n'by Billy Chase. Remember that ns, eM timers? was en second base and Phil had down there so I brought,,Ssdecki: W .......1 1 t 4
All the scoring took place to the first ball Line on first with one out to the him to. I needed someone for a SchulU...., I 4 1 1

second inning.The.Yankees had strikeout and it was Downing.. BB Ford 1 (K. Boyer).
Some Kind of 'People lashed Cardinals' starter Ray I Sheldon S (McCarver Skinner.
\ Sadeckl for four hits including! Maybe MJkkebnIf Mikkeben 1 (Groat), Sadeckl I
II f People! like Buster and Ray Pools, Charley Coaerly" Ton Trash's two-na homer they bad. mn on tint andsecond ;(Marls, Lin Howard Ford 3)). .1uI I
I1,, ; Charlie Flowers have .helped beat the Caters over the and taken a J.11etd.NaIW I probably would have SchulU 1 (Treih SO -Ford 4
,..rt. :brought Mlkkelsea m for the''(Whit I, Mexvlll Sadeckl I I
At Plate ,double play. And If ,McCarver Downing 1 (K. Boyer), Sadeckl
The Caters haven't scared a liscbaswa n Ola Mtos Bobby Richardson then shy only gets a stogie, maybe I I (Marla Mantle). Schultz 1Pepitone
dace 1M7. 'hers .was BBy Reefer's Ads gust to 1511. Mseen gad to left, and Ford was,leave Whiter as there and go for,( ). PB Howard 1 U .
to 1)41. waved home but was nailed on a the double play.. Secory (IN) plate, McKInley ib4

The UFs record against Ole Miss teams coached by perfect one-bop throw from Lot I Mikkelsn eventually got to,(A') first base Burkhari (Ni)
Johnny,Tangle to perfect Torn defeats to as many efforts. Brock to catcher TIm McCar-. pitch In the shah with two m second bile Soar (A) third ..=. Act' G?
That almost/ to be expected. Vaught to the. stews Wo. I vu'. Sadeckl Ian struck: ...'after the Yankees bad dosed to bast. V. Smith. (N) left field A # 4 r a, ',.a4-JW r riz'
PVCtBtflfVe The Yeakees chances of I Flood then singled driving to -a..
breaking it open. right. there one run and Lou Brock followed
.What's to be expected n Saturday, Oct. M, 14? were lase."Ford with a two-run double.: Nikkei.an Steele
[ Tbrffls. Late of them. If nothing else Oto ".Miss UF should have com to thee walked Dick Groat Nancy .
h games sever have been duIL there's no doubt about that -''More getting out of the toning.

but the throw got a good bap I ,The,Yankees, of count wen, High on 451
right kite the catcher's saW",without Pedro Ramos the tateMsn -, '
said Yankee Manager Yogi aniulillln wbs .bad. Nancy lIMit rolled 147 m..01 .
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Berra. "The catcher salgbl have ..wed w effective to the -... to the Junior League
.F decoyed Urn"r stretch'-11III II .Ineligible.. far at Palm ....... David Mead
Ford said McCarver bad bald the Series. had 4JJ. MIll StIlle' IIS wssJaffa

1 his bands at Ms sides n the I Would Yegl have Bked. Is have ( fsVMPto .
throw u V a* slay were being bad Ranes to there? Busters bad a 2M set and '
made but"I was rams*a the, -But we ant have hta,"was .Airy Oops n..... a M game ",.. ..cHl.., nerw AUTOMATIC fl -
way. I went M tar as I cwld,all be would ..,. Miss Steels made the Ue plil CONTROLS!
I Ideal - iLEA I
and I sM Once lit by third i .
1 took areund to set If any- Just DIAL year elwelwN
.see e.ooyhag." Lincoln Seek Fourth fusil
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KENTUCKY yn know I deal get to '
tt ran meet and ..." ,.. Straight Win Tonight i
GENTLEllANPROICT81 lasf probably' weald bees beam '
the throw wily." Ltocoto's Tenters wB gals for'anticipates dubs enacted rugged "
erPesat their fourth strafght( wen tonight straggle will Pslsdui. 'IWE "iiifiiH.

The aimed key point cane toas when ,they opens rival[ "... T.."
haru. r ar..e.h werr..r sixth taatog. Yankees Casual Academy of Patotka at .
a ...r wen toads*12, bat tatwyertodeffwnastogto.aadeaeeul CUsen Field. Came.. titan .to Hbry line a Wg faun Zee poid161 louver fa tbI docit LLt.: 0atW vs motor .... wiOtat
0 .'d d., Heard said "and they've" always 6rck alfd lath=ltt erpbt t..w over .. Sect A
>w SbsnM htt tower The Terriers have reOedaverMarftwesatra ben tough for as. ..,
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arm so ...t tear. r. w tog bases m atop the aeon- eg JuksnilBs.CranH Probable lore starters to- .
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area a e.+re.w beard to dan enter.' Rtgh at Side sad eWe Ctoytaa r..... sad Oar- ...JIII..dimabI..CI8Iad.. 8w

.... eha w ... ......., .,vans:to That awd t5hs scan, sad wbaaMeCarw Gabs Hb> at St Pctorsbargto ears MtAhi ads: Esssase: )

eras e, .........".... a.i. t Mswad sod a deahssvPssdeanant near gams la data.PsJadnkw OacsJy end Lerey Phllltos,
s a M rued, whe tachtos Brit. Davis sad Leto KITCHEN '
w L 1.e..e U ....... teaearre ea ai I MU ; CHACE \ and :
4 'Waft ftoM4nded bftton n\ meant. aassean asnt es Carter gnrds: Mfr fin.say .
Cb>. M: aad toatogs enter; Ihnan Aadsrseatfawtarbsck '. '
j ji !'s by ?0Pere TasMnsn Ltocoto. JM.Lhenicnch : Ratoh bVecktaglnaad hit ON TNI SQUARE .
i Mithela. SBdbrngbttoAl JnM Heardsssd Kn may halfbacksaad : '
srFrs.aan.a.e ware. ss.e..e ea.mh.e..e-' bftba.Ir Dss.thg, a.e' hto Terriers have ban skyOstswnkto, Meads Aksndsr,.all. YOUR fRl$CHISED ,DEALER FOR: QUALITY' AND'.iSIRVICEt
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UF--SO,Sorority DOES CASO Presidents j Tornadoes ;Play' at Kenny TonightJACKSONVILLE '



Starke's will rule as a solid favorite. host Crusaders on the other I Kenny has good running downs in the loss to Bolles. Top
unbeaten Tornadoes go for No The Bradford Co. eleven baa hand have dropped three games backs in Mike Healey 135-pound I Crusader lineman is Doug Solo
Rebs 4 tonight In a meeting with been Impressive in winning Jacksonville BoUes, 14-13
Favor Gator Over to ; fullback; and Stan mon, S 5, 225-pound tackle who
Bishop Kenny of Jacksonville from Mac 1eDny. Santa Fe Jax duPont, 144; and. Lake 160-pound speedster wrubuJalll'l has played three seasons for
And Coach David Hurse's gang and SI Augustine to date. The City, 12-0. Wrubluskl scored b o Kenny.HIGHEST .
B1 JOE BALBERSTEIN II. AI for Florida SlIte' battle It's a non-conference: clash for .11 III.
Sun Sporta Editor With the aid of the younger with Kentucky U'. 4.2 again Starlit and Coach Hurst la hopeful
Ole Miss 11 the foe for the (and prettier) misses it'. the with CUOD and yours truly goGators -I Joe.Morgan Voted MVP I the Tornadoes win continue
this w ell. And what Gators by a ..2 margin over the log for the Seminoles fa aD up. their fine offensive showing. PRICESPaid
could be better to combat the P.ebs. Sunpert Benny Cason a set I MONTREAL (AP) Third I ester and first baseman Duke I Staved Well
rugged Rebels than to have collegian also Joins die young Miss Johnson takes the bigGuestperts baseman Joe Morgan of the Carmel of Buffalo.I each. Stark has moved the baD for Fresh
climb out limb She Jacksonville Suns was voted the Morgan left-banded Pecans
from the other ladles. A..lslAnt Sun sports geat on a a batter well, both an the ground and in
side 'yOUJ1i miss es." u It editor Nis Nissen and your aerv- likes Chat tan 0 oa to spill most valuable player In the hit .290 and led the Suns In runs
the air. Kenny, touted to have
,ere, ant fear the worse Saturday mighty AubID'. International League during the i batted In with 93 and home runs better CHURLS
one of Ha football squad
This week' Cuestperta are a '.There are other surprises too. Georgia and C1emaol poet a UN season, the league disclosed with If. He previously was chosen has not been able to get organized C.
trio of VF sorority presldenta. Unanimoul choices are AI. problem Again, the GuIItperta today. the International League's offensively. .
They' ere Penny Johnson, Kap" bam over North Carolina and NJaaeD go for the Atlantic The 33-year-old veteran, whoIIDII'ked ail-star third baseman. LIkelY starters for" Starke In- .et--
the Suns to the regular
pi Alpha Theta: Martha WIl- State Mississippi State over Coast Conference TIg. Cuon named [chide Eddie Douglas and Gene :i
son, Alpha Chi Omega: and Tulane Vanderbilt over Wake and this writer like,the Bun. season U of 23 pennant ballots was cut by the on ComebacksCASTONIA Pass ends; Jeff Warren and BUS TURNERPRODUCE

Anne Chipley, Delta Delta Del- ForesL dogt. league's baseball writers par N.C. (AP) On'Tommy Thomas: tackles; LonTboona5andBobHSaves SLED i t
ticipating the voting the afternoon Ken Venturi won ,
Guestperts V S. 'Sunperts Other players receiving votes the 1964 U.s. Open Golf Chaml -:guards; Butch Redding center; .Afachua, Flo.
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were shortstop Ray Oyler of ionshlp l Walker Cup player Phil Elder quarterback; '
Syracuse, 4; outfielder Sandy Charlie Smith was playing Us Dwlghl Elder and Larry Crawford PHONKDAYj462.1027
Valdesplm of Atlanta, J, and tome count: at the Gaston halfbacks; and Mickey PHONES.NIGHT.462.1571,
'I infielder Dave Johnson of Boca- Country Club. Agner fullback


Games This Week's iii I I 11 d I .1 l HIlart.s

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Ky. Ky. Xy. FSU Ky. FlU 3
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GeqIaCIe. FACTORY.
..... CIImaon CIemaon C1emaon Georgia CIemaoII Georgia .
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W.Forest Van'bUt Van'bUt Van'bUt Van'bDt Van'bUt Van'bDt
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Consensus: Florida Kentucky, California Alabama, Auburn Clemson; LSU Mississippi State, 100 % NYLON TIRES 5'O

Vanderbilt, Tennessee. MAKER FRESH !
Consensus last week: Three right, two wrong, one tie. For season:. II right, I wrong., one tie,
one tossup. '
Individuals last week: Guestperts: Bob Clayton 3-2-1; J. D. Rice 34-1; Hershel Sterlt, 2-3-1; @ -. O .
Sunperts.: Joe Halbersteln, #I.I; Nil Nlssen .I.I; Benny Cason, ..1; Sunperts for season, .
Halbersteln,12.41; Nlssen, 19-4-1: Cason, 17-6-1 I
Sunperts lead Guestperts ..-.. $ ,o'

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Tops Don Shaw League '. IEBYIIIIIn 150x15 fubtyp block 150x15 tubeless block 1750x14 tubeless block

Stnlor League at Palm dare i .. ... ... ... .. (50x15 tvbrijio" wttte170x15 <00x13 tubeless Wed 170x15 tubeless black
with a Ul on 160.113401., Ken.. tu".L- 710x15 tu...". black
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Wanda HIIIII ,} .d..thwM. : 520x13. tubsfm block 470x15 tubc-typ wtti
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tadbaggtrs had a 29M earIN -
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din Beggs made the 5-7-6 split ALL TYPES tube-type and tubeless' blackwalls and whitewalls !
and Lout Davis the M-W.


Jeanette Deaf OLDHYIOB8Baccept: : ; O O. OI

Bowls:a 547 ;


Oil Jeinett Co. led Deu the Triple of Farnsworth Tumblers $ : $' $ '

,top it Palm Lanes with S 847 ( the ptopto who drink Ri) I 22 24'' ,,26 1
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rolled Ml and Us Rile i tubelm white (70x15 tubeless whit. block t
nan. South Atlantic Oil, bad (00x13 tubeless white 710x15 tubeless Mac I I710x15 7(0x15 tubXyp | 4''
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I Goode and Lee Green made theM .1(' 5(0x13 tubeless whiti SlosH tbehn black
split white Mrs. Green also 1
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Dot Brooks SIZES we tan fit regular compact and even sports cars 'I


Fires a 459 o .a o H:
Dot Brooks of Alachua Fog .
,Service paced: the Plntoppen
circuit: with a 459 on 167-143-150 18 MONTH
Melba Sanders had a 117 high $
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Lucille Fusaell Mary Carter 1887.That when Old Taylor Bourbon wa born tie tab for for"GUUIEr'
,Paints, had 453 and Helen Is still old fashion Smooth.RIch.TlmeltlS.Yet JIIOPIe
Mead and Williams had Upper a- who drink Old Taylor 86 want old fashioned at II.nc. .TNJJIfentuckyttreleMtourteaWhlilw. ......e...............w lit
W. Inwt. dllcrimlftltifIC. And tat.fuL HM a lip of 800x14 Means whir 7(0x15 tubeless white
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893 series and an 101 top,ame.I ,. type (50x15 tubeless white SIIVICIS 1II1II1AC11 MCIISI
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1. Gainesville Sun Thursday, October 8, 1964

I _. ,P. I(. YONGE TRAVELS TO JAX BOLLES TONIGHT


JACKSONVILLE P. "K. Dobson has moved to the quarterback; Steve Tuttle and Bolles has Chuck Torrey and.Conrad, Chuck Graves B 0 most aggressive and has been

r Yonge faces a formidable March Tyre halfbacks; and I Bob Howard as Its top ball Fisher and Wayne Com p t 0 bl the reason for the Bulldogs' fine
when the Blue w.. I '
tonight Tom Hansen fullback. carriers. Best linemen are Bob Bolles' forward wall is showing this year.
meets Bolles School on the -
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Four of Finest compared Bolles with with a PKY'a 1-J record 1-1-1 I I THE THE JOE HARRIS FOOTBALL FORECAST

been a real surprise under I Thirsty "Patronize The Sponsoring Merchants"Gator

coach Mack Bass, an. Importfrom FRIDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 9 1964' '
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Coming to Town Georgia.The fraum woes a Sewn .......t Laws a tan* Pnso WI__ I __ PnkrtM Users a Sont
Bulldogs surprised Bishop Cellf_" . .14 Mis.l .. .II W.ClMlhrSt..1. /Ie.. ...St..7
i Kenny 14-13, in their opener o ......1.' Tech ..10 N.AMERICAN. 7 I
held defending re lion I a FOOTBALL LEAGUEAlUfhrny
Gainesville High took a look it two of the state's finest ; Fletcher scoreless until I S. Dl.t. Ch.rflrt 24st.s P.trloti ,23SATURDAY
backs bit Friday night against Jacksonville Pawn, and the champion before losing OCTOBER 10, I64
last
result wu a IM defeat. the quarter ((1-t ft 'Ps' A....... A.tM. .27 'I.k. .. ... 6 I.... St. Col. *f 20 D....14
M; and then dropped ; A"N. .. .. .21 N. CaraliM St. 7 .e.II.. St. Ii I.I. Miumiri It. 7
Paxon'a formidable duo of quarterback Gary Pajclc and dote one to Orange Park Gainesville's ... .20 CwMfl Twh ,13 Senses V. .. :'. .17 !_. ..... ? ...14
'halfback Ciena Ellison win too much to contain: as the The Blue Wan a 74 Favorite Meetiitf AmlMnr ... ....21 Fed la .. .. ...12 It..k' Stat ..20 Whst.. ... .IIMess.
Hurricanes watched their teason record plunge to 1-2. over Orange Park baa Spot State .. .27 T.... w....'" ,. 7 Kin.. 'elet Mad 14 C. W. Pwt. ...13
.This Friday the Hurricanes win face four mort of Flor a M tie with Fernandas I Before 'end After ArlMM U..14 14 .New MaIM U..12.. II Lewis lassie > ci...rkl47Unmlii !.14 WMtlMH Aw.l.chiM. .St.. ..,13Arkn..e
ida's foremost ban -carriers when Tallahassee Leon comes and bowed >>11 to I ; The Gome Adlosd .::: ::::20A :IC'i .) 0 (M*.) .. ;.11 MafMIJfi MlMilWIIU :: :
to town.. North Marlon. per fr Peckeee Store .knni . .. ..JtMN Chdees... .... 0 LieHeld .. .. ....27 .Mft. . ..11Ndth
L..e J.kasa Drive U iervke.Idwl..Welloc..21 T...... Stet. a .......... St. 10 CwcUiM U. 7.
Quarterback Chuck Eaton, halfbacks Dennis Jamet, and soN .. .. .4I Jessob a 11.1.1,0 lys.lN . 20 DrMl Tub :. ..11Mlcklfcn
Dan Searcy and fullback Bain Culton are th*' horses who In the latter contest PlY 633 N.W.. 3tb ST. ......., W.V..) 20 C:.. Tub .. .: < Metes .. .. 20 New H........ .?. eIsfhsS
victories and the No. the services of quarterback q ,,' '21 D.fes. 4 MeIodIeItw ,. .. II H._ ... :. .
carried Leon three straight
have to Johnson for the season. Now Is kwIIN Gess .. .21 West... Miehlp. 14 Mr.chs.Ms ...21 e.-'cllt.. :,, 4l
I pot In the state prep. poll, Tha play of all four has earned The Tim ....., .. .. .14 0...... M.sehi $tsh ...14 S*. Mllm.ipl' 0
looks by college scouts To Phone ........ T.... .14 C.Lnde Stele V. 11 M.... (OM> .21 It... Soot ..f".. .
And Injuries to two key CHS players put man problemson ....... .. ,..27 011.. W....,.. ?.. a MIc.".. St... 14 U. ....,13

Coach Jim Nlblack'i back. GHS, Rebs FR 2-3383sffs1: .,.:::::::21It M.nk.M D.huw.:::: ::: .0 MM..=. It.. :..21.14 iMttni NeMwst.t.Kmtackf"' .II

Is the C.eh.l .. 20 NseeNea Seete .14 T.kM e
definitely I Out of game ,
Chris Johnson =
Safetyman is doubt Off For Yovr Fuel Oil Cesk.0e :::::::27 M. Csslr: .l (M.M4St. = .....10 Plods U..7
due to sprained Def, and halfback Al Cities a Taper Need.Cawh.. .. .20 Wetsrs .. MMsri .....' 14 K.MM Stata ....
ful participant with in injured thigh. CMJchlfm ::::20 NwrlMni :. ..14 Mw vte .... .20 .. -.- II
It all adds up to making the Tallahassee invaders the We Inttell Temkt Central M. St. ..20 ..ft H.r> lees .. a Mshlsbq .. ..20 ,..... MIL CeIL' 11
favorites in what could bo quite an offensive donnybrook For GamesGainesville We Sell Heaters C.W.. ..... .14 W..... W..... .U N....... ......27 s..tIo CetwlIH ... .
'Tour el..l..... to....10 Jtevltr (Okto) .. 7 North T.t.t Stata 14 W... Tees It. .. 7Glees.
Gainesville Full
Let's say Leon J1, IX Service 10 U 7 N**- DMM.. ,17OhtoU Air Fuse e.14
JACKSONVILLE BOLLES 7 P. K. YONGE I P. K.Yonge High and Santa Fe Fuel Oil Dealers"DAVIS Cds.h1 :::::::10 =:. .:.: :::: 7 . :.. : :20OttakMM *.* .A-: .: 4
tapered drills today with games c:.... .. ... t.:27 bee ... ... 7. State ; 10 C.tora<: U. ... 7D.vts5
travels to Jacksonville for a bout tonight with a' upcoming Friday night against .. .. ... .20 LsniN. . .. 011...... V. ..17 T.... V. .. .14
Bolles loam that looks dangerous.The and nets.., ..." ,,14 Newd D.C.) .. I o.-Stete ..14 ......... u. ;;;.13
Bulldogs dropped a hard-fought 7-4 decision to Or. Tallahassee Leon Jasper OIL I .CO.Whether .......... ., ..14McktaiM L.fy.it. 0 0.u.. .... .21 lk U. ... ...14
Park last week to id record at 1-S, white ,PLY respectively. :. ., .27 ...... 0 M..d.II 11 P.M StataPriMitaii . ..14 Army . . 11S
ange put "' CBS will shoot for an upset Dub ... ... ...11 M*** .. ....1. P11hhureh ......10 W... v....ii.le ..". 7
owns a 1.1-1 mark. ...... .21 T.rh .. 7 ... ... 14 De"1..
The Blue Wave beat Orange Park ,., in III opening over Leon, No. I ranked team < list ...||.. ....14 W.....Of.., .? 7 ...... ...p...20 W......... ... .. .14
game for a bit of comparison. But Mac Johnson, who now to state circles. The Invading 4.1.1,658'I ...... IWuele .20 U. WIN. MJhr'>)> < a.CI . .. .11 ........ . .. 7ie
Is out with a broken leg, was the quarterback then. Andthera's Uont are M to date. CHS it usel/e i ....20 I.- .M Seep...14 IIc"s1 ....14 TIle Cleed l .. 7
14 for the season. --- Fl.dl.r . ... .Jor1t lark sass. ------I- So. Cell'I J Tees A.M t ? 7
also the homo field advantage. At .U. A..M. ....54rtorM Central: (oYstaN 0 Syrwm* ... .. .27 U.C.LA. .. .. 7
Santa Fe, 201. is host to Jasper .... .... T .
JACUON\'W.IIJIIIOP EENNY 7 The .... 7 It. ...... .14me Ccltm '?13
STARK 14, also J-L The Bulldogs of Thai Stadium or ...,.... .. ,...14 Alb.lahl .. .. ... g- -aJ..J: :..' ,10 TMM Tech . .7
high-flying Starke Tornadoes, who own a M season mark, the Suwannee Conference do At Hom. Watching ........ ,...... .13rid..e.d ....! O.S.C.O. A.. ..y 20 W..,.. .,12Nely
face another rugged opponent tonight In Jacksonville Bile not to be a menace to Cress .. .;1. c.IteIe: . ... 13 -.. Devi .. .20 ".e.. s..,. .....14
hop Kenny. figure The Game en TV Nqe ... ....27 Ahe. ..... ... i Uhhla. ... .21 WI .... ..... 7
The Crusaders saddled with a dismal 0-1 record, although the Rebels of the Keystone Conference Moke Sur. it'. RC! ........ . .17 T.... .. .. .. .. .14 v......,/ .. 10 W.M .WM, ... 7Id.h.
art but have a veteran club. .. C.U.5e if .20 wtjlflel fOfJl>> frmn vm.- .. 70 B flt. 7
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It came against top flight opposition. GHS coach Jim Wlblack la Nab ..... ..27 lees .. .. .IIOM ... O. W..I..... .II
But Starke's offense, led by the Elder Brothers Phil and offensive III1tMfe .. ". ...14 Store .. .. IIAneMtaM Vnret. .. '! .,14M V. M. I--------; .12
Dwight and Mickey Agner, looks too good to stop. concerned over lack of 111I.... W..."y.e .14 (II.) .11 y.-l" .,. .14 Ilgh ..... .
punch. The Hurricanes have ledkue If..54, levee U..I. .. .11 lr..rii .14kMh
SANTA FE 11, JASPER Santa Fe returns home Fri been hit hard Injuries to key AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE
day night with a J-l record and a tenacious defense. The players. Big halfback Al Giffen : 0.U.M.ReMws .27 'Nw V.k..... .. .24
Rebels have allowed only seven pointsand that was to la a doubtful. player Friday. I s. NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE
offensive-minded, Starke-In its three games. Chris Johnson;; safetyman definitely an..... Irawn 27 7 ..... ........ II
The Rebs stopped a food Florida High team 7-0, last It out of action. SUNDAY. OCTOIER 11. 1964
week in Tallahassee with defense again playing tilt big Coach Charlie Roberta said *iee. S..r..74 LM Anstlti ROM II I Mew York Ojimti 20 D.ll.i C*.k.,. 17
< ........ Liss. .. .17 MhHMMta VMkton 14 W.'". ........ .14. PAIl.. ...... V,"II
part. Santa Fe quarterback Danny Ora.. Say Pesbre 11 !.. ._ '4,.,. 10 I "
Jasper is experiencing an off year to make this observer Adams, end Charles Davis and ROYAL CROWN AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE

sway even more to Santa Fa. halfback Russell Taylor looked BOTTLING CO. HMtoaOII.ff..27 ....... Mb ..24 KMM. Cft* 0..... II Deswr ....... 24
food k yesterday's dummy drill Avi. .1, MONDAY OCTOIER 12, IW4 "
LINCOLN 11, PALATKA CENTRAL ACADEMY The on offense. 1201 I. UNIVIR. hltl_ .21 St. .....l. C.t* 20
Lincoln Terriers won their third straight. last week, and they
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Starke Tornado huffed tad ban they scored to climax a ..
puffed hit way Into being selected .-,ard drive. Agnes contributed
Back of the Week today bunts of and 11 yards
for his One performance against In the drive along with scoring
St. Augustine last weak. the first touchdown of the game.

The Tornadoes, untied an d Agner't defensive play hat also
unbeaten tattled a year old been a high point for the unbeaten FIGHTING GATORSVS.
score with tilt Ye jackets Tornadoes. When lot
last Friday night. and Ag stepping on or over opponents
ner did more than hit shareto Agnes doubles at a linebacker
give Starke a tf-0 victory. post and handles the'Job with .
I Agnes a senior gained US- ease.
GHS Ace
yards against SI Augustine
Agner's play against the Pirates
and accounted for one of the slightly overshadowed the MISSISSIPPISAT.
Tornado touchdowns on a 1$ running' of Gainesville halfback
yard jaunt ;Simmons. The 'Canes bowed
Stark coach Dave Hurt'to Jacksonville Prima at ,Sim-

called s'Agner't performance, moot sparkled briefly. en of
"PrataUy hit beet to date." fense.Other.

"Bat then we always get the backs la ....... contention
most from' Mickey" Hunt said for this ..'. honor were
of hH quick stepping fullbac Bob Lyons Lake Butler: Babe 2:00 P.M.

"Afotr was certainly up toper Griffin. Willlstoa. : Danny Adams.
against St Augustine. W. arias.; Robert Stone, }
got the most out of all our North and Dennis Sewtnik .
backs but Mickey probably did Qil f and, "
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k By JOE BALBERSTEIN C only n'yards via the airlines M,. Including three touchdowns Rebel kicker Billy Carl Irwin In scoring by kicking alone, 10
,Su Sparta Editor while the closest tt ee-Iamt I and J5t total yards. Weatherlyalso has kicked four field goats points. Fortuniana Roses
Florida1 Galon 'didn't play performer, Oklahoma State, has, has.tossed for five inter and 10 extra points to be 22ndin Florida's Harper has returned
last week but they still gained allowed 109. ceptions. the nation in scoring and four punts for a 28.S averageto
stature, nationwide.The This figure-wise point will let Best Die Miss receiver is end first Jn the nation in scoring by rank No.. I in. that department -
Gator moved to the top a severe test Saturday. Mississippi -Allen Brown. He has snagged kicking alone, 22 points. 2.49
of the heap in pass defense via brings to town quarterback a dozen in three games for 126 Florida Steve Spurrier is Garner of Ole Miss has returned 65 Varieties from
( the NCAA weekly statistics Jim Weatherly, .No. t yards. Billy Kinard, Gator defensive 10th in punting, 42.7 average. two interceptions for 77
Florida has permitted two foes pitcher In the nation with X of'J'I backfield coach will The UF's Jimmy Hall is lath yards. GRASS SEED 12 1b
\' have a double Interest in this Rye
week's game One la to keep For top-quality vegetables e e Lau than 50 Ibl. I1c lb. 50 LI5. or MOil
LSV Ballt Ole Miss' aerial success at a
j Keeps I minimum. The other, Kinard
1 himself holds the all-time Ole KILL ANNUALSPetunia 89 ...
'J'I .1 Miss mark for most caught in . . .

i Moving in Drill a game, eta.Meanwhile. ,' ,WORMS,
t i the Gators went Calendula
at It hot and heavy again Wed- LOOPERS Pansy Stock -,
f By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS nesday to wrap up the major Phlox Dianthus
I There was a smile on the face IU Iwa"tprn doings for their effort Saturday APHIDS Ayluum Carnation s
of Louisiana State Coach Coach Ray Graves said Florida :
Charles McClendon after his ( ,on 1'1'('lIt't' win have to produce a balanced -i Collards Cabbage
l Tigers worked out Wednesday. i effort, both .offense and with new
I I.. "If we can play as well against Roundupsippl defense. to contain the Rebels
North Carolina Saturday as we who still have 'not Jelled Into LIGUSTRUMVIIURNUM ;
practiced today, I'll be happy," State an working avidly the awesome machine expectedof Phosdrin C
"i 1 he said.I toward a meeting of the beatens them., I IOXWOOD 39
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LSU ''emphasized moving the Both teams have yet to win a ....OftO... AZALEASHOLLAND

I football on the ground during the game. ,' Graves Same said Backfield the Caters will Bigger WIllable profits will be yours when you atop etb .
) practice, something the Tigers "This Is a dangerous football bago worms, cabbage looters aphid and other foliage-'
ill have had trouble doing so far team," Tulane Coach Tommy open with their same backfield destroying insects Use PhotdrintPhosdrin
this year. Boyle warned his Green Wave that has win started be Tom to date. Quarterback kills'em last. It protects such crops as anSi BULBS 69' Pk*
Shannon.
J "If we are going to control the "State has real speed in Marcus flower cabbage broccoli and others. And you can usa
b:9! we have to be able to advance Rhodea and a hard-running fullback Alan Pee and Jack Harper will niotdrin to within a few days of harvest without harmful
It on the ground in key to Hoyle Granger, and we be halfbacks with Larry Dupreeat residues For best mulls, follow label instructions.Dont LORIDA
f I situations It. McClendon Mid, also respect their defense. TV- fullback. Dupree however, gamble your harvest with foliage IIICtI. Stop GARDEN CENTERs
"This is the first time I've ever lane stressed goal-line and short Ia expected: to move to halfback them quick with Pbosdnn and see the bettlr-qualilr liT
j( had to worry about LSV'i running yardage situations.Meanwhile once the game Is under damage-frM vegetables you'U send to market. 20 N.W. 16th Are.
A game." Mississippi State way with husky John Fetter o CONTROL

I, Two Prides was holding "the best" practice going Some to other fullback statistical on offense.facta' : The Kilgore Seed Company PH. FR 6.2661

I McClendon's football troops we've Coach had Paul an year Davis: Toe accordingto Bulldogs i Weatherly Is No. 13 In the I lit Division of Asfrow SlId Company fr CHEMICAL COMPANY
and Coach Paul Bryant' Ala nation on total offense with 443
t spent 40 minutes on offen-i Alachua, Florida'
,bama team take on the two yards .in three games
....ides nt North Tlivnlinl'l At. sive and defensive fundamentals
;r lantlc Coast Conference delegation and polished up overall game
Saturday. In bitenectlonal plans In the final hour l I I IINllr

,i I .clashes.Alabama .meets North "Carolina cats Kentucky's wound up surprising heavy work Wild-in r I U IUI DOUBLE
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I State in a battle of unbeat- preparation for unbeaten non- I
'enl. conference foe Florida State, I
"The big difference In'this but Coach Charlie Bradshaw I
game
:with North Carolina State and I said the Wildcats "might u well QUALITY,;
,the teams wa have been playing have stayed inside." He complained :
.Is that they've been.winning -' of sluHhhneu after thefuJkpeed'
I (and that's a big difference, too," contact drills.",, I IQU : i DOUBLE I;
[Bryant said. Aubura concentrated to- defense .
i ( Bryant spared the Crimson and bald t passing drill '
".] \Tide contact work Wednesday. without AB-Amerlca onarttr- t DISCOUNT
;.He said Injured guard Ben Me- back Jimmy Sidle. Sophomores UTY 1OIscouwr
Leod and quarterback Wayne Tom Bryan and Joe Campbell .
!Trimble will miss the Saturday worked In place of the injured 1 ,

(game.Mississippi hustled through a would Sidle. definitely Jordan see said a tot Campbell of IeUon I MOTELS i iI.
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lost when they fell to Kentucky line defense with some emphasis 1 I
In contrast to the Alabama- on passing' "Our goal lint da-
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unbeatens, Tulane and Missis-' to be," said Coach Doug Dickey I

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I North Marion-Cross.( City Tops BillBy < f car payments ,


LARRIOODS his team to'be In'fairly'good The Colt backfield looks like one for the Indians however:- 213-pound four Jearkilerman., Martin, 'Jimmy Winne; center, cut- in half? :
Sao Sports Writer shape for the Cross City con- ferry Bolinger at quarterback{ Several key Chiefland players SUrttof UBCTP :Lanny Bishop, Tommy yarns J
test. North Marion stands 3-0 I'Danny Sandlin and Robert who have been sidelined with The Red Devils nevertheless worth, Harry Holder, Wayne sGFC'i
Unbeate.it ,North Marion and for the early season and the tone at the halves and injuries appear to be ready for win go with Bruce Mitchell, Tharpe and Larry Dalton wID.
once tied Cross City renew old Bears, who came from behind Smith at full. this one, according to coach Ronnie Stevens at ends;' Jim open in the backfield.
grid conflicts' Friday night to two weeks ego to tit Willlston, Cross City, rested up Doj Doyle McCall, Chiefland will my Milllgan, Doug 51 IV' a s, Treattsi Starters FrJendyl1ob
highlight another weekend of have a 2-0-1 record thus far. breather with Lake City's uteri'ends Wesley Peake, Sam tackles; Mory Legler, HaUle Trenton expects to start Danny
area football.In the Suwannee Bumps, Bruises team, will go with Bobby Swllley; tackles, James Ashbell, Priest, guards, and Robert Phil- Wilson. Holton Browning at .. I
y Conference., North Marlon set P, K. Yonge cald. John Ross ends; Rockev Shiver: guards. Larry pot at center' ends; Ed Lanoford.. Greet BCD' says. : ; ,
And while the Beal:! and Colts back with a 20.13 loss last week Hall, Warren O'Steen, tackles; Allen: Tommy Andrews, and Quarterback Doug Mitchell nett, tackles;Herbert Thomas
are grubbing for a win I Lake but received their share- 'of guards, Cecil Kight, Homer Mel. center Cecil Ashbell.. Dennis'will direct toe Red Devils with Grady Jones at ,guards sad (
Butler, who also. In unbeaten, bumps and bruises for the win.1 ?aard, and center Rick Howell Zeleznlck, Wendell Corbin, Earl the aid of halfbacks' lobe Griffith Cliff Michael at center.
will host Branford In another But the Colts will open with toe I along the front line. I' Cannon and Garland Blackmanwill and Mike .Mikel Robert Danny Thomas will direct M
favorite conference clash.; same corps that has kept themon Back tat Form handle the backfield chores. Head will start at fullback. Trenton's attack and use Howell
Chlefland entertains Dunnel I the unbeaten path so far Halfback Jerry Karr'shouldbe Williston, still among the unbeaten I Newberry, looking for its second Lancaster. at fullback, Dan and 1.And 1.
Ion, Williston takes on Crystal this season. back in top form and will lesions, takes on a sea win. Baa Trenton who also Jim Slaughter at, the halves. "If GFC can't do it, nobodycanra.\ .
j River and Trenton hunt New Tookie Prultt and Sells Edwards team with Louis Overstreet, soned and formidable opponent stands 1-1 for the season, for Riverland: Conference play I _
berry to round out the gridiron, will be the ends: Roger quarterback: Randy Cort'i: In Crystal River Reports are its foe Friday night. pits Brooson traveling to Hawthorne 4,
action In the tight running 'Wood, Bobby ,Gibson,;i tackles; fullback; and Robert Ousley to .hat the' Pirates are big and I I Newberry can expected to .for the Hornet's homecoming you don't need to come,in to find out-just phone., ,
wannee race. SII'j'Dale Stone Don C b a p man round out the Bear running. at. cast with experience and power call upon ends Bo and Terrell while Cedar Key, behind Ask for, chi Bob Adams auto financing desk. Most
: Colt.coach Stan Toole e! guards; 'Jim Huff,'center.s tack. coming from fullback Dale Ren- Bass; tackJea,,Judd- Broxton,I! a two game winning I Instances he cuts $50 payments) to $25, $80 payments
Tw ----- Lake Butler will enter Frt singer and tackle Ed Tolle a Don Truluck; guards., Billy streak,entertains Melrose.
day's big game a big favoriteover to $40: etc., etc.Very likely he can cut your
Branford. Halfback Bob : car payments In half. ;.
Lyons had his best night of the Court Hears: Appeal Today : 'a "i
Chiefland and wltb '
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year against I
1 Phone or Come in...
Jim Thomas calling the signals

old and Griner Tommy rounding Thomas and out ,Har.the For New Buit<< : Libel Trial' ; : ,-GNERAL! FINANCE. CORP., \

take backfield it with, the ease.Tigers should I ATLANTA (AP) A three 3utt and COach Paul. .Bryant of, both Butts and Bryant testified AUTO- ,FINANCINQ' A 'RiriNANCINQ. SINCK Ittf 'I

Y Lake Butler will stay: with Judge Federal Court hears a' 'he University. of Alabama they, part tatted on the 'H. MAIN STREETGAINESVILLE t'
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ends Larry Clyatt, Rusty Wade; appeal today for a new trial I Igged the IDa tootheD game Phone about rules '
tackles, Henry Wl.head, John Wally Butts' libel suit agalns wtween the two' schools. Both Interpretations '
Stephens:i. guards Glen Bran- Curtis Publishing Co. nen' denied the charges and but denied collusion. Alabama ;;PHONE 376.2511 1
nan, Kenny Williams;, center, Butts, former athletic director each filed suit for tIe million. won. the'ame .... j
Bon Bennett at the University of Georgia Curtis agreed to pay Bryant -- ---- I
a I Tough One eon a' p." million judgmen: {",000 In a settlement after the
t Chiefland will be out to raid Aug, 20, 1963. from"' Federal Butts trial but has appealed the
bunnellon's visiting eleven and Court jury which ruled he was :Butts verdict.. ;V. S. District "How long does it take to make a pair of
will. likely get back Into the libeled by the Saturday Evening Judge Lewis R. Morgan earlier _
tWO MAIN COGS IN LAKE'BUTLER ATTACK winning column. The non-cob Post: denied a new trial of the Butts I
Halfback Bob Lyons) (L), tullbuclt taI r,.s.t.. I ference contest will be a tough An article In he Post charged suit evidence, ruling would that alleged nnt haw new II ,BOSTONIAN FOOTSAVERS_

mTtM1 fumnvu i iutNiruasfa iUSNITUR/ iaytuaMiniastSaaFWMiniM (gf changed the Juryv cL--'l 1"I I

.UlNI New Trial
It talus about six weeks of aetnil m n-
:: "furniture city" unless However Butts, Morlu'ruled'agreed'to a.Judgment that afaefarbg time to complete the more I

1001 WONDERFUL BUYS of $' ,000. He would order thai ISO step Ia the crafting of then I

I a a new trial Bute. accepted the be..... It takes extra time, but we r
reduction but later asked for the I
'. full p.. million after Curtis believe TovH ovjov tie extra comfort 1
'S t ,;1 i lit"; appealed Morgan's decision I aid If tbrtootsaren"HI 1

z .' l' J, I.1st AVL other Curtis things attorneys, that claim they, among nave I bring ye.;. Cone tee f
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. .1' ; Conner Urges Better MARKET 1 '


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II : Views Are iItI .' ..,:(,,;.. -- Readers' Request Previous Day } 2nd Hour"

173.71 ao fndUiL up 1.71

I t t '. 1nN M._ .e.ekN 4uNNk.N.kM 2lU7 20 Rails I up U7
{\ I 'Distorted/ .j', :, ".."s" '-" T1""d" 153.13 I IS UIIL off 0.01
: .:=: :. STOCK LISTINGS 3lU2
) IS Stocks up D.se

$ He Says It PtooWulb rnMurphey; .. U5DOOO Volume 2,31DOOO


By AM McGARVEY .. .'.7 ,AtL ';}h"r*i; .J NEW YORK 8TOCEEXCHANGE Food Fair .ID D%' Gulf Life ...._.___ S2% Life Investors __..,?.ra 10 M

Sea giaffwriterFlorida's ". T FMC Corp __ 1.00 5114 Herff Jones __ 15 Life Stock Fund ,_ got

I Jf. top farmer Abbott Lab __ 2.411 40 Frlto Lay .____.? 401,1 Home Ins ....._...H_.............. 694Kennasaw Mass. Inv Stock ?.?.?.?._? 17.31
r AWed Chem Gen Tele .55 34'1 Life 1001
1 Commissioner of Agriculture ...!Jt) 1.10 54Ameradl / ? Mass. Inv Growth 1.20
.. .,.. Life of Fla ........ ...__. .
I Doyle Conner called 'to .. Pi '__ UD 15" Gs Psclf ? .I.lIOb SS% .H. Polneer Fund ..?.?.??...._ 10.21
1 for a better understandingof Am Ele Pow USb O% Gaily Oil __ .10, 27" Lowes Company .__ 11" 1 Puritan Fund ?.....??...... ITS
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agricultural problems at Amer Enk _.__ 1.401 7" Grace Co __._ I.lIOb 55'. Milgo Electron .._.._..,.?.. 11' Putnam Growth .,.........,. 977
a Kiwanis Rural Urban i: Amer Hone _. Uti 85014 Hel Curtis .IID It" Mort Guaranty Ins .????.?. 25'. TV & Elec ...__.,.?.?,.,. 1.47
luncheon here yesterday. \ Amer M Fdy ._H .IID II' IBM .....____ 5.110 425" Pacific SW Air ?....__._ 32 Value Line Inc __? SM
, "Th average man on the Armco Stl UD n% Int Min C __._ 1.101 111t Schlitz Brew __.m.??, 47"4" Wellington Fund _?__ 13(3
.. street may have distorted viewsi Atch Topka __ 1.201 33 bet TeleKellogg 1.00 561t :Secur Life & TR ?-_.??..? e3\i NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS

I *' concerning farmers" Conner Atch Topka __ 10111"33 .___ .101 47K. Southern Nltro. ,.__. 2.' Comp. Vol. Close Changes
Jl said "H. often the idea Baxter Lab __ .38 2I% ,Lehman CP 1.340 30'4 Travelers Ins 45%
gets 198.300 Tex Gulf Sul
9 that farmers wouldn't Beckman In __.. $5' Utton In __ U8f 7714 Union Cigar _,.,,?,?.,,.. I% 84V4 up H
amount
133,000 Ford Motor II
1H
I & to much If It wasn't for Beech LF S __ I.1D 53 'Lone C CM 1.00 2m Union Security Inv. .,_ IDIt up
govern1 137.300 Chrysler 39'4 unch120.MO
ment handouts. But the fact IaII Bristol My _._.... .11I '7' Marsh Fid ___ 1.811 41 I AMERICAN STOCK RCA 34 %
4 Brown Shoe UI.IIII'4 i Martin M __. 1.00 11% I up
EXCHANGEAerojet
I that the farmer Is '
responsible Brunswick .._..1o. 10 McG Hull _.., .__ .10525 I 11,700 Pacific Tin 12 up m
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for our abundant food supply __...
Gen 211t ,
.H 50,100 Sunshn Mng 2t'i off H
Cambell S __ 2.40 31 Mead Corp 1.7D 41"
one of our greatest blessings." Analex Corp _.?..__H_ 27' 1 50,300 Douglas Air 324 up 1H
Carter Pdt ."'H"H''H 1.110. 17'.1 Merkd ....._....??.. 2.110. 44L1Natl
II In other points In his address Aqua Chem ._ II : 40.200 Gen
Case J I ___ 21-. Airl __?. .10 53% ?"' H H""? Dynam 384 up H
; .given at a Joint meet- ,. Aurora Plastics _.?.???.H 28' 41,800 Com Sat 38V 4 up 2
Cessna .
Air "'H_ 1.110 21'.1Che. N Y Centl _.?.._H .SD, 471Nia .
U tag of the Gainesville and University Barnes Engineer 20'
Ohio UD 71% M Pow .__ 2.110 17v. ? "'" 41.100 Sinclair 49H up 1H
Kiwanis Clubs and _.._.._.
Butler Shoe _
1104 38,700 Gen Motors 102 off H
Cass S Gas ..__ SlIt Norfolk W ._.. 1.110 134\
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many farmers and ranchers, Conner at Kiwanis Comsat Corp 41" No Ind P S .._,?... UI 13% ChromslnyCinerama __..___ 15% 38,400 Mont Ward 4m Up 1H
Conner: .. HY" __H 4''. 38,200 Am Tel Tel W>* off H
e B S -_' 1.00b a, No Nat Gas ._ 1.10 S3%
Cited the 10 per cent In. Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Conner (center) exchange quips with KIwanis Comb EIII 1.20 33% Olin Math 1.20 42' Computer Sd _--io22' 37,800 Eaten Air Ln 33*. up %
"H"' H'
r t[crease in Alachua County's agriculture presidents, Harold Stringer (left), of the Gainesville dub, and John Cone Mills __ .ID 11111Cont Owens 11 G .._._ 1110 1 IOI% Cutter Labs' A ....._._.... 17' 35,800 St Josph Lead 41* up %

during the past year Hoover, of the University Club, prior to a Joint luncheon meeting of the two Alrl __ ,4 2011Conti Pac G Ie I _.__' 1.00 2211. Data Control _....?..._ 1414 AMER STK EXCH
including Important gains In clubs yesterday. Conner was the speaker at the luncheon, which kicked off a Ins __ 2.11 100 Pac Lung __.???. 2.40 30" Fulton Inds ,.,??..,_..?_..?? 9'6 ACTIVE STOCKS !,
I beef and poultry production. series of for Week. (Sun photo by Sara McCaney) Gen Develop _??'_ 4i: Volume DON
events planned Rpral-Urban Contrl Date __ S7'% Pac T Ie T ___. I.2D 2I'it Ckaagt
Noted that Congress has Jax Mlnut Mkta __... l'h'
Corn Nta 1.511 114 Pan Amer A _.. 1.2C1 26% 302,300 Fotochrome 14% up 1H
authorized an Investigation of Delta AIr __?.._ 1.110 120 IP.rke Day ___ 1.11I 27% Mackey Airlines ..__ t'4 34,000 Pancoastal 2* up H
food distribution Mead Johnson. ._ _..
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Industry Treated Like Prisoner ? ? I
y Det Steel .811 ISIt Pennaoll ___ 1110 42-. 43,500 Braslllan Tr 3S" up V4
and commented that such: an NW Tale .__. 221t
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Emerson EJ __ 1.01 4404 Pfizer_ .110I 41" 40,700 Perfect Photo 4H up %
hit been advocated for Philips Eire _._... 441t
Inquiry Fate Camera _' .SDI' 23 4 Phelps DO __ 1.00 n 39.400 Day Mines 10 off H
'I some time..* Flnan'l Fed __ 40141st Polaroid ... ._ .11 1.11,1. Redwing Carriers ._.. ID' ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS
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attention fact tic ._.. ._. ..
i Called to the Watched Claims Tshombe Charts .__ un MF.t. Pub SV E C .._ 2.811 3I\: Group ?? 31t Purchases _.?,?,...H'.?. ..... I

i' that.the average American family West Fin. _..,_. 1214Fla Pure au "HH'.'.?'._ 1.811 550Rayonier ,Sperry R.. Wts. .?.??...._ I Short Sales .,.........?..?.,??? 3,171
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ipenos teas nan 11 Syntax ,.._ .;. 1104Tampa
I today ?? ???
E Cat 1314 __ 1.110 4314Rexall Other Sales ._ ._ 411.170
f per cent of its'income for food,, CAIRO 0(APr Premier however, that a soldier stationed mously to bar Tshombe and so .?....?....?...?... sob 17Heyn % Elec _...???._...... 211.. Total Sales .........?.......?w 414,341
in contrast to ether countries Maine Tshombe of the'Congo st the Algerian Embassy far no one has arisen publicy to Mell _..._.... Sob 14 Tech MeasurTWA .. ...?.__ IA
1 Wts _.._......_...
where 21\.
costs are considerably Late
insisted his orders Morning :
were un- PREVIOUS DAY'S
complained today hi was being denounce his detention an act RIch Merr ..H_..... ISO 17\ I
available .__...._ 7
higher or only oa a
changed. in modern R e Cola __._ 1.20 21 v. ValsparMUTUAL STOCK MARKET
without
I limited basis. treated as a prisoner and Nssser and President Abused precedent N. Y. Listing Roy Dutch ____ 1.73g 51Searle FUNDS Advances m.?.....?.??._Mm 521
watched constantly 30 Egyp Affiliated Fund .., ..
Said that the sugar Industry by Ben Bella of Algeria led the times. CD .___ .11I 14% ??? 929 Declines ?_._?...,..._ SITUnchanged
is today Florida's fastest Ian Intelligence agents. He An embassy spokesmen In Capital Life ft GR _.._. 1013
fight to keep Tshombe from the AllisChsl 22t IntHsrv 84 Singer __._ 2.00 IIV.Smith __ 307
I growing segment of the state's fired off letters of protest to si Divers Growth .?,.??..... 1021
conference. They have accused Cairo said Tshombe Is anxiousto Alcoa 12* InlNIck 85% Kin _H... .? 1.201 14 Total Issues _'_ 1,345
members attending the summit Dividend Shares .. ....._ SII
agriculture. him of being a stooge for the leave because "he has many; AmAIr 454. IntPap 35.% Sou Cal Ed ._ US SS\: ? New 191344 Highs .?,?..._?. 71
conference of __
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nonsligned na 2131
Conner was introduced by West, opposed his attempted things to do In Leopoldville AmCan 43 JonesAL 844 St Oil Cal __.... 2.110 IS''%" Dreyfus ?? New 193344 Lows ....??. ?. 17
tions. 1 .. ,
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Dr. John Sites, agriculturaland then confirmation Fidelity Csplt ? ? II 75
But ..
I secession of Katanga and was no AmCyan 59% KalsAI 324 St Ollind H. 2.lIOb $404
Fund ._..,,...
conservation committee Tshombe vat barred from the blamed him for the killing of from sources In Cairo that AmMot 17 Ken'cott 12% Sterl Drug ._?.._ .IS 2141 Fidelity II13
chairman for'the. Gainesville conference and was placed un- Patrice Lumumba, leftist and Tshombe had ordered the blockade AT&T (7'\ Llg&My 84%;Texas Utli _._ 1.20 14" Fidelity Trend _._?.?. 10.74Fund'isl Sabbath Service

Club. der house arrest on his arrival first premier of the Congo. lilted on the two embassiesIn AmTob 35% Loch'd 37'%" Textron ___.....,? 1.40 50% Invest ....,........ II19
I Dr. Charles Simpson who three days ago The Congo then The conference voted unanl-! Leopoldvinr I AmpxCp 17% Lorlllard 45% Tidewater __' J6\ Income of Boston ....._. 8 U Sabbath services st Congregation

holds a similar chairman blockaded the United Arab Republic Anaconda 54% Mag'vox 31%1 Trans W A __.__ 45% Incorporated Inc ri-.,, ID 20 B'N.lla".1 will be held
ship with the University Club and Algerian embassies Armour 51 MM&M 37% Union Pac ___ I.I111a 431t Keystone K-l ....?.......u.... SM 'on Friday night at 8 o'clockat

also deplored the lack of un- in LeopoldviUe. I Loften Stresses Education ACL 79 Mohasco IS'fc' Und All L ._.__ UOb 10'" Keystone S-l __ II II the synagogue, SW S e c o n d
Keystone S-4 _-...j;\ 110 Place and SW Second T.rr.ct.U.S. "
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farming prob- Babcock Mons'to _.1.00 6W
derstanding U.AR.: President Carnal Ab- L W 1314B&0 UpJohn
lems and said production by agriculture -del Nssser sent word that 42% MonlWd 41 Jim Walter _,: 28"j'I

I is one of the coun Tshombe would be held until the Needs In Newberry Talk BethStl 40% NatDalr 82
try's strongest assets. 1 blockades in Leopoldville are Boeing 87% NatDlst 28% 1.511 47 I' Ml .... ,ace TIM

Both Harold N. Strickland' lifted. Tshombe was allowed a NEWBERRY A talk by Borden n.%. N.AmAY 49. Xerox ....? I, 127 1411.% '"' L.w Clew NetChf. I

president of the GainesvilleClub few visitors by Egyptian police W, T. Loften, bead of the agriculture Brunswk 3% Penney 59% Zenith "....-.w,,..., 12fla 89"4 2J Rails 14s.o2>' 144.10 "'.1' OHM

and John W. Hoover and troops guarding the Aruba education department, CaterTr 37% PRR 40% OVER THE: COUNTER Industrials "544 115.11 119.12 Us .24
head of the University Club Palace where Tshombe Is being Celanese 89% PepCola 58% I 20 Sticks 520.7J
515.11 517.11
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of ices n 110I. Mn
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reports
University 59H PhllMor 79 *
spoke briefly at the start of held on the outskirts of Cairo. Chrysler "N ..... ......_ 4N.. be WIt''
by the local Boys and CocaCoIa 133% PhlllPet 54% ...,_ AN.gal.. fI lieu". DN\o
the meeting. Diplomatic sources hi Lavpoldvllle .w. .1..., ..
N fni'mm xn/M ITMCMM
The luncheon marked the opening )- said Tshombe telephoned -Girls State representatives highlighted f. j ComEd 54 97% RCA 34' ,. 11 trt wMINl MK...lell NODI. COM MtMiIKt "curbk. ., rI nK FLASHESNEW I
ConEdls 4116Comae' MHO
of a series of planned his government to allow the annual covered dish RepStl IN.. ... bee 1M' "
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events which will culminate the Egyptian and Algerian diplomats supper of the Newberry American M 4wb. )

I I with the celebration of ,Farm- to leave their embassies Legion Post Tuesday night. duPont DowChe 27ft 79% Itaeg ReyTob P 32 44%% IAIIco Land _._?..,...M .. tI YORK (AP) The Steel. traded. about unchanged -

City Week Nov. 2028.Those Leopoldville reports said. Loften In his talk stressed r EAL!: 28 Seaboard 55. Fidel Life __ _.. 241 stock market advanced Irregularly erasing a small early
the responsibility of preparing a..t rn Kodak 128% Sears 123% Amer Heritage 24 esrly this afternoon In active loss, despite Its price Increase

young people through our educational Firestone 44% Sinclair 50'%" Amer Mat Ins 211 trading for concrete reinforcing bsrs.
Soviets Charge U. S. Men system to meet the FlaPw 11% Socony 85% Amer Pioneer Life _H... I' Considerable selective I The Associated Press averageof

//'J\ needs of s constantly changing FlaP&L 14% SouthnC 84% Anheuser Busch __ II strength was shown but group (0 slocks st noon wee up ..1at

ICBM'sMOSCOW society. Ford 81% SperryR 14% Anodyne "__...H.... 3% action was generally spotty. 3273, Just lopping Its record
t Were Spying "More of'our lax dollar Is FrmstDa 12% StONJ 33% Citizens Bank _. 37 Balls,' airlines, building materials closing high of Monday. Industrials -

; spent In the field of education FreptSul 4211 Studebsk 8% Conn U Pow __ 2714 and chemicals were generally gained .1 and rails ..
MOSCOW (AP) Pravda under the headline than in any ether public serv- FruehTr 22% Texaco 83 Cowles Mag PB 13V., higher. while utilities declined .2.
said that four Western voyage." DuM & Brsdst Motors steels utilities, cigarette The Dow Jones Industrial.
today [ "SJlYIn'1 Ice, said Loften. "and that's! ti CenDyn 38% Thiokol 13% w.lOlt;
,. military attaches accused: of Pravda said 909 as it should be." GenE! 89% UCarb 129 'I Florida Gas 1014 Issues and aerospace erage st noon was up 1.71 at
I t L spying confirmed sites of Soviet ,and M notebooks GenFds 99 UnitAlrc 58 Fla Nat'l Bank _,. II stocks: were mixed. 373.M, remaining below Its

intercontinental ballistic missiles. from the attaches. I CenMlllsCenMtrs 44% UnFrult 19. Fla Tele ...??...,....?.. 2N General Motors lost a fraction latest historic closing high.
I. I The four men are expected to College Rules Only Two 101% USStoel 81% porrest Labs __ 21'4Founders ss the strike against CM contin Prices were mostly higher en

The Soviet Communist'party return ben Friday after stopping Goodrich 57% UnhMal 14H Life ____ 014 ued. Ford advanced s fraction the American Stock Exchange.

I 1 paper printed 'pictures of two 1 fat Tokyo Hong Kong and On Admission I Show ForBudget Coodyr 47% WestgB 39% I Frsnklin Life 11'4 to another historic high adJusted .I Corporate and U,.. govern-
notes it claimed were taken New Delhi. The Soviets nay Greyhnd 22* WfcnDixsYHWosiwth 2929H Crest American WtI for Its ifor-l stock splitof lent bonds showed Blue
I l from the three American military J.I them from the : CulfOU Groller 30% a couple of years sgo. !I chan,..
I the assistant 1 expel country. Topic on WUFT Meet -".._&.__. .... ----.--..-.- -_._...- _.. -..-- _...._' ..._.-- -_... -
attaches and The United States and Britain :'" '
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British naval attache. I protested to Moscow list weak Dr. George E. Wolff, ...1 The continued .' WW ;
city operating '
One note said\ "New rail that Soviet agents broke Into the ciate professor of '. t e I I last '\ t. ;:J'
1 on year's budget today as
overpass under 'construction. attaches betel rooms In Kha sciences st the University of officials called elf their scheduled .X' ',
leads to ICBM, site. searched them and r
Probably 1 barovsk Florida will be the guest en review of die proposed new 'I'" ',1. 1
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The other said: "ICBM sites seized their property. I "Florida Blue Key Presents. I"i '- ""
1 budget Wednesday aIgIII.I ''''\II: fIot
confirmed. I The Soviet Union replied'This 13-mlnute. college-oriented Mayor Howard McKtaney said .JtA
Both notes wen written In Tuesday by seeming the attaches program Is telecast every Friday .I only two ef the five conunls- e" "' JilJ) '.. ..

longhand in English. of spying. night st 7;43 ever WUFT- .
stoners showed. up for the study ..... ;
The United States and Britain TV. Channel .... Utilities '
Pravda printed an account ef u DepartAdit ,
rejected the charge. Dr. Wolff comments en the h ,
attaches' 4,000mule train
the 1 The attaches are Col. J. A.I problems which are crested by *
last week across Siberia I He rescheduled the meeting I
trip Aubrey, LL CoL Carl 1Jner'1 public: colleges having sdmlssion -.for I p... today after he andCommissioner ...IJL 1
He sets form the
rules.
and Ma)" James F. James Richardson ,
Want To Rent u.s. Embassy: and Lt C'IDdr.1 questionCan stats-owned colleges found themselves stood ., ': tr
and universities set gradsstandards !
Nigel N. Lavilln ef the
For H'coming'Liatlnp ([ for admissionGiriY ?" at the innmltlse ejecting.The f. :_, "
EmbuI7.I.
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of private borne socommodatjons Oct L.Cummlsstoneri. .,'

for the University i World Jaunt Ends I are currently
of Florida Homecoming considering a 8M SBffiton .bodet -

weekend an now available. .at recommended: Qty Manager

the Gainesville Chamber of Fear Parents9 Reception BID Green. Green handed
Commerce. conimMoners his recommendations

people looking for a'I.LONDON AP) Two slightly An Embassy- spokesman said on Septetnter t ,

place to put parents friends, or bewildered American tosnagcn the girls wen .nappy to go borne Real Estate
a week end date mar check tile left for home today tour. although not toe sure ef the neepuon Iz

roams on file at the Chamber dreams of an exciting world they'll get Course Offered
office 412 East University Ave- tour ended.Police .
nue. You must come to. the office cut short Wednesday "I !hope our "parents win fee 1 A course ss Rent Estate Prts. C

for this information how night the escapade ef Janice ,glad to see ace. Janice saitl doles and Practices wilt be
ever. It will not be given eat Hawkins and Martha ScbendeL They said they bad been sevinga offered at Central Ftoeldn JBSVtor

over the phone.Gainesville (both It. and turned them ever long time far their vivid Cofleg* Ode tall, aecordhsg
rendnrts with adventure. Brttsaa was lit first .....
M the u.s. Embassy this moming. to Joe' ,. aeeadMsdues
rooms available for the Home-I Nice ef Special EdIIcIIIIL ..
conung weekend are urged to,I The youngsters disappeared Hid lilt gJrte stifl bsd Oil re by tts CTK DM*
file their name address and from thenCleveland.. Okss. ... M wnen sney stckad .. II lust cis Adektlstrrtls. r'1 f L-w ,
type of accommodations available -homes Sept 17- Police sssd them op at OM request ef be course hiesslss a study snd

with. the Chamber of Conv: they arrived at Leaden by pins* land police.In ane.1 review ef lit Fkwitn real estate Buccaneer Belles

CaD 273-4MS. Although the following day Cleveland, Martha's ncesM Inv and coven the
merce.: touted number ef rooms In a brief talk with ---. tI, Isabel ScnendtL .. Md ef real estate wide fwtf.enhv gMTijta tt* ..... far the Haiti igj ........ f*.4beJ team Ink __i as this peppy MSJMS) .f efceef.W .
have suy a been rented via the Chamber the girls denied coming to Brttan daughter bad token nearly gt- essannsai pieeed an rant ........ BettMlnf at UM gap aced antiini elncfcwtot key "' 18. '. Mnrtnt (heads M hips). Smui Hasuunsy >

date the demand Is expected to he near their doe, the'999 set aside far coOegn to 0- :state law and ndties basal by Mary AM Prkssjk, Mnry ,*!.*, Jsfc Tamil (CsaXain). tUtby HVCet, Deb WaWsj, NtMjr' MsLensl. .
to to pick up ucky.. taIJa. !nUN lilt trip. I broken anil ...a and Jay Cewney. (Js ..... /k/teaty .a...)


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I) j : Nineteen Public Dove Fields Available to Hunters .1 1, '




1 Florida hunters have an opportunity to hunt 'dove* on January 123.Hunters tounty. .

1 nineteen public dove fields during the 1M445 hunting season. stream may not participate In more than one of the spe- There is' no limit on the number ahooten't allowed on :

i The fields are located In fifteen counties and require a $2.00 /rww. cial hunts. Application forms may contain names of from one the Citrus area for the hunt This year the bow-and-arrow i

daily hunting permit with the exception of fields In Jackson and to five persons, and will be consecutively numbered as received shooters .will be allowed to take only legal bucks those/ .'

Franklin and Bay Counties and the Eglin Military in Tallahassee. No name will be honored on more with antlers five Inches or longer. Does, shorthorn bucks,' "7

I Reservation, according to A. D. Aldrich director Game than one application. Application'must also Indicate date along with fawns,are on the protected list ,..
and Fresh Water Fish Commission. of hunt being applied for and serial number of the Public New Look la Hunting Regulations J

I Public dove fields are located In Polk Charlotte, Clay Hunting Area Permit for each member of the party. Total Sportsmen are finding that Florida's new hunting rules .:'

Suwannee, Franklin, Jackson, Palm Beach Broward, Bay limit for each hunt shall be 100 legal buck deer. In such and regulations have a new look and provide' public hunting, ..
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I Dade Orange and Seminole Counties and the Eglin Military ithlrankI'lnlNitt case as the hunters take 100 legal buck deer on the first Information as well as hunting regulations. The new regulations ::

Reservation fields In Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and. Walton | doy of either hunt, the remainder, of. the hunt will be are available in booklet form at the offices of all :::

Countle ll.. oI; door Uilnr closed County Judges and their authorized license agents ';

Public dove fields In Bay County on the Point Washington Individuals or parties of not more than five hunters wishing y

Wildlife, Management Area and In Jackson County on the to participate in either of the special gun'hunts should

Apalacliee Wildlife Management Area and the Apalachea apply Immediately to the office of the Game and Fresh

Correctional Institute farms require the regular 15.09 public Water Fish Commission at Tallahassee or the regional offices
tered if deposited as a result of valid agricultural or farmIng -*
located at Panama Lake Ocala
located in Franklin County requirea City City Lakeland or
hunting permit. Fields operations or procedures. (As used In the regulation, the West Palm Beach. Official forms and information
I field Fields on the application
dove permit. '
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$3.00 season
special I term "valid agricultural operations or procedures' la limply -
forma and information sheets will then be'mailed beach
. j Ealin Military Reservation require a $1.00 dally. permILI' : those things done in the furtherance of fanning, which applicant for
completion and return to Tallahassee by
BoatersThere
No Limit Of .
would be done in the same manner, with ,the same results,
November 2 for the .
drawing November I. '
, j Is no limit as to the number of hunten allowed .'f ,
as though no migratory birds existed or as though no buntIng .
I I on the fields with the exception of the Clay County fields whatsoever of migratory birds Hunters may take all legal game except turkey*wilts
was permitted)
game
Permits be obtained at bag limits conforming to .tate-wlde.reI\ll8UOIII. There will!
. : / on the Camp Blinding area. may 1 On or over lands managed wholly or in part for wildlife be r
of the five Commission regional offices. no special charges for hunting on the area other than
fields at
the or any
, purposes;provided that crops grown thereon are not manip
In Franklin Bay and Jackson Counties have the regular hunting license and the' regular IS 00 Public -
County Judges ulated In any way to make feed more available to such ..
Hunting Area Permit
o permits for the fields located In these counties. Special per.mits birds. applicable to moat management

I for the Clay County-Camp Blanding hunts nay be obtained It shall be unlawful to hunt migratory birds under the areas. _
Director
for the Eglia Urges Safety Lad Courtesy
t at the Lake City office only. Permits following conditions:
Guard Station A. D. Aldrich Director, Game and Fresh Water Flab
dove fields be obtained at the Jackson
, may 1. On or over land where grains salt, or 'other foodsattractive' Commission has made the
Niceville.t following appeal to all hunters,
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and information regarding to such birds are unnaturally present or have "We urge all hunters to abide by all hunting regulations
dove field regulations '
t j location Special of fields may be obtained by contacting: the Com- bean scattered or deposited In some manner, by some and to hunt safely at all times. Hunters should remember : "Ne% Mkch U::3, 'slag Reel
for which the result
means, or some Is.not of
mission's regional offices at Panama City Lake,City Ocala, valid farming purpose that when they hunt on the lands of another person; they The,MIw441.O.N all, spt.l.e rash iw hesoyM..RI
Palm Beach. agricultural or operations or procedures. This are guests. Respect the owner's rights and property. Good sae p1e.r idP wISh akHwe a.ak. 99
and West
Lakeland
Includes any area where food attractive to migratory .. 2010 .Oade' $Pl..ir.- eel
dove hunting! game manners keep down posters which keep out." .M'-eed' Ms 0
1 I According to Aldrich the program of public birds would ordinarily ,not be present or available if no Citrus Area Archery Hunting you !.llh,10 r..M da MMfifT.1 Ras. SLOG' .
fields was originated several years ago as an experimental *
such birds existed J or It no hunting whatsoever of migratory The annual
operation. The fields serve I two-fold purpose. They pro birds was permitted. archery hunt over the Citrus area opens on
hunter and Saturday, October 17, and continues daily through November
the
t vide additional public shooting grounds for
2. On or over lands wholly or in part for wildlife .
purposes
1. Weekend
hunting will be allowed
small from November 7
a proving ground for managed public hunting on
\i I areas. .Over the past seasons, the dove field program has: to when make feed crops more grown available thereon'to such are birds.manipulated In anyway through December .. The archers will have a four-day' holiday
with hunters. hunting period starting on Thanksgiving Day, November -
proven to be successful as well as popular the .
The second phase of the dove season will bo from November 2t, and ending '
on November
landowners follow this Sunday 29.
It Is Doped that more private may
example and open their lands for a similar controlled hunt 14th through November 2t and the .third phase from There Is no draw for places In the archery hunt. The bow- Neat N Olaw M5 !
December
,In the future. C 11 through January C. IllS. and-arrow shooters will need the special IS.00 archery permit -

Veteran Wildlife Officer Honored In addition to required hunting license, either state or
Off To A Good StartFlorida's
i Wildlife Officer Johnny Croft, who retired September 17,
started off with
bang
mourning dove season a
was presented a certificate of appreciation for II yean of SPORTSMAN'S
last Saturday the opening day with plenty of doves reported honorable service and a gold badge for retired officers by Uttle FolKS by Cecrpel// .' ''' '
In most of the state.
areas State Commissioner Marcus Mllam of Gainesville during
and education officer for the DIGEST
Jim Ocala Information
Reed :
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Central Florida Region of the Game Commission, said doveshooting !TMin WCHETMRSC ,r1eu,, wee UTMXCttir.WteMrr
held at Silver Springs on September U. WiCIS Of PIC INTMC .MOW M44K N TN.R[. AU.TW M now*
was reported good throughout his area with nearly PLU6-cAST1N6 TIP DiD wt WNNT fPONMOMCS
THAT anjpy
Croft, known to his many friends as "Mr. Johnny," has ICS BOX AND* MOM NwaAN s sow.
every hunter getting his bag limit or close to .the legal, lived In or near Olustee all his life. He war employed by' rlornsR TNeftS'S ONLY OMB.. NA paNT i 1ua TNt QTNBR
limit of twelve. ,, nsct
'Ii: the Commission In INS, and assigned as a wildlife officer DWERTYpcs 451 f.ML ,
The tint phase of the three-way split dove season will
to Baker County, where be has worked his entire career
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continue with daily hunting through Sunday, November I.
Croft la best known for his work on the special bear
Is allowed from until official and
Hunting noon sunset a hunts in ,
the Osceola Wildlife Management Area. He has
federal duck stamp Is not needed In the harvesting of doves .a
been hunt supervisor for each hunt since
they were first ,...
hunters are reminded that shotguns must be plugged to
Instigated In IMt. He. was recently honored by a large
three-shell and rifles In the taking .
capacity are prohibited A
of bear I'UM THAT sores
I group hunters at a barbecue given by Sheriff John'WhItehead WWMNMTINC. "

I' of migratory* .birds. of Union' County.. The hunters presented him ,AND Mttt MVIS aw iweo WMM ttum MTwnvBo .

L Dove Hunting Rules with a three horsepower outboard motor In appreciation for WAY WHIN SUM Move IKTO SWIFT'S 'PREMIUM
I Florida dove hunters are being reminded that If they his assistance and cooperation through the years. SHALLOW AT M6MT CM' EARLY *
clean Their birds In the field this year 'they must leave Upon receiving the certificate and gold badge Croft stated MOftNWM M MOT WMTHCK. ROUND STEAK79' '

\ one fully feathered wing attached until the person reaches be had HID the Commission "come a long way" during his (IN tHAUOW) LAKER*,W fTANVTMMl

I II his home or a commercial preservation facility for storingof U years of employment. Commissioner Milam replied that CAST AND isrr PLUS wear A SIRLOIN ; LB
the birds. he felt sure most of the progress was due to the dedicated AMNUTB OK TWO. THeN TWITCH

This will! allow officers of the State Game and FreshWater service of such employees as Officer Croft IT VBHV .wm.y A COUPLM 010 T-BONE STEAK 99Mb, .CUIE ,'STEAK. ',7'!\lb.
TIME swam SLOW '
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Commission plus those from the U S. Fish and Citrus WlIdUf.
Management Area Hunts CN UnftCe
KM A HSW MKT,
Wildlife Service to positively identify the birds by their.
Hunters who wish THEM PHO
to take part In the gun hunts beginning UP QUICKLY OO FRISK SIAM
wing feathers. December 12 on the Citrus Wildlife PLUS Divas, AND as READY
L. Hunters are allowed 12 doves per day during the three- submit applications Management Area must ICR AH UNotMMMrm $ann. GROUNDBEEF
to the Game and Fresh Water' Fish ,
divided season In Florida. have rrr IT- "JOB .
way They can a possessionlimit Commission at Tallahassee .
by November 2. *
of two days' bag a total of 24 doves. Gun hunting In the fMTl / LOW 6wtT PRIMIUM ,
area will be
The entire state with the exception of Volusla, St. Johns, hunts, with not more than 1,200 hunters limited to two controlled : MIAVY MATI/RI/
Brevard, Flagler Counties Alligator Point In Franklin County participating in each
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By BWZMEBON the building up of a beef cat good bit of his time dorm ..,

Sal Farm Editor tie herd on about 10 acres of the winter months, enjoylnj r- .
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Pensacola Bahia pasture. his favorite avocation-fishIng
C '" hi BELL-Last Summer when In addition to the 400 acre _

v.; many farmers of this area be owns Martin rents crop| "I dan fish or hunt whei E.
were busy barning their tobacco land. He also leases 10 m n. there's work to be done," Rx'e

'f'j crops. 0 S. Martin wit. small tobacco allotments li Martin said. "When a lot of 1
hospitalized: by a heart attack this connection Martin said farmers are fishing and hunting 2PI'avtl

1 he thought that small, unplanted I'm busy getting my tobacco '.,
t' ala tobacco allotment t, and watermelon land $'ipr 1lnaATbxtfA9 iii
\ The heart attack came
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crucial time for Martin I should be given lo other grow Martin." ,St t twit lit i/e teti
lfir who farms 400 acres south of ers rather than to speculators never finished big! (

Bell He was harvesting the SLbool He lacked about ill
last of 200 acres of watermelons "Of course this would I months of graduating hi
Yf,( he had planted: and keep me from leasing them said. 'With I all a farmer fOr
AIL tnxji M4"iwi4
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t be had 10 acres of tabacco U) too," be added.A needs to know nowadays," ( .....
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\ Martin said. "I realize DOM
( crop and cure out Quiet Mae I
tq,. I should !have finished blab ...
So what happened The head of this years ..
Ji"ttf dal ,
t school and to college for
Team Work Gilchrlst County farm familyof gone

: :,t' The Winning 'Team' Martin's wife, Frances,. the year is of slight build five. Both or six Martin)'farl.and'" Mn. ....

', outstanding farm family of their son. Hugh, and some and Jost below average
rf .:, The o. S. Martin family GUchrial County's height His conservative use Martin said they art encouraging l't
'I1984, pose In front of their home near BcIL From left are Mrs. Martin daughter hired hands harvested and word their children lo go to r
'J of the spoken gives one
'a.1 Cherry Martin (holding plaque the family received) and son Hugh. (Sun photos barDed the tobacco, coming the Impression of brusque- college, and Hugh when h< t .,
41 by Buss Mlxson) up with a yield of 1.400 pounds his active duty with
; Dew. But Martin deliberates completes '
to the ae-e-a pretty fall I jr 'ytv h Its
the National Guard: plant tq
adverse carefully before giving utterance
considering the
yield lk.* t tt thadti
do that
growing, conditions of the previous to his thoughts Then Just
spring and the fact thai he does it In as few words as Favorite Crop __ 4 ,f 4.4. yF j w...,.

.'.., the tobacco was not Irrigat possible.Mrs. Martin favorite crop he
.. ,; Martin Is a tall bru
; t ed. said Is watermelons. 'You
This at the risk of sounding nette, who seems to get real
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",. can almost see melons grow' 4iC ..
-, 4kX somewhat hackneyed pleasure out of her farm life. Martin said "I like thai

r'1" ;rJ Is an example of the team effort She is the former Frances green color of the vines, andI
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"""' Fellows from near Dothan,
that has into the .
gone like the sight of that foldIng -
Martina' successful farm operations. Ala The Martins have been
green money that comes I to<
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.'\. ., married for 14 years at harvest time," be added.'
.... This-no doubt-was a con "I can and freeze a lot of' with a pin **. '
-"V.f ( trlbutlng factor ta the 0. 8. vegetables" said Mrs Mar.tin Martin believes that the

1.'.'( :) Martin family being selected: In relating her many duties only way to make money with -;

.. as GUcbrlst County's Farm as a farm wife. melons Is to have volume and fWoman's

t Family of the Year for 1964. She said she looks on farm to nave a market outlet already .
Honored by Bens life as "a quiter more private established before plaitIng !- World
The Martins-OS, w I f eFr.ncu life" She continued ,
Mm. Martin and daughter select of' ,
Cherry
a bag
"The is better ,.
and daughter country a

son Hugh This past April N was a '
frozen beans from their' well-itocked deep ,freeia.Mrs. .
1 \ selected for place In which to raise children -
".. Cherry-were dark day for Marlin and his Martin. .. addition to taking an active part In'
trained to work
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.i1 this honor by a committee of They are On that morning a
.. Farm Bureau and accept responsibility ear. family. the field operatlonn of the farm, dote a lot of can
-t. their fellow descended the
l. late frost on *
... ning1 and freesing. i I
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J member.. tier In life In the city so area and Martin thought ...
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; They will be special guestsof many children hive nothing to he had Joel his entire 100 .
I 6' r : A the North Florida Fair l In do but stay on the streeti dur.ing young melon plants. As it

I I. Tallahassee the weekend of jummef vacations from. turned out though he lost
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tef Oct SO. The Fair sponsors selection ."
only 15 acres to the frost and
t ,1//" Awards
.' of outstanding farm Children Win wound up with what he described
_.'t' IN ".1' i families In the northern part The Martins' ion, Hugh' li as a 'fair" sesson
J ;;' ,I of the state each year, and 20 and a graduate of Bell I I The Martins did have to
..4 the Martins are the 10th Gil- High School. He recently signed replant their entire 10 acres
christ County family to be so up for a hitch I In the National of tobacco, with the results wf
honored. Guard and currently Is this
noted earlier in story.
Geed Cltlaena stationed at Ft. Jackson S.C, "Yes have dark days, w
From The Driver's Seat. wa
outstanding
Hugh was an
Several criteria (or guid- especially In the spring when 1
Martin of the beef herd he Is estab used In 4-H Club member and also a don't know what the
of hU late model car Inspects part lines) are selecting we
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lishing. He presently has around 30 brood" cows of mixed breed and a purebred the outstanding farm family Future Farmer of Amerl c a weather ta going lo do" Martin -
of the
He served as president
Include civic community mused.
bulL They
Angus Club and In IMS
Bell 1-H was
and church activities; par !
flood CeaservaUoe
ticipation In school and agricultural -, a state 4-H winner with his
For this Conservation followed .
organization activities field crops project. measure
of he received a trip to the National by Martin include the '"t'tl}Arfl.A f
the following good ,
conservation; practices; prideIn 4-H Congress In Catcsgo planting of cover crops <( In the winter and Indigo In ''
maintenance of the far m
home buildings and machinery tree sports the summer) and sod base
; and progresslveneis add I to page IS 1 col Indent rotation: Martin said he also

It goes without saying! that add to BUZ MIXSON COL plants rye as windbreaks In .
the Martini qualified on all In lint Hugh won the state his watermelons. He said
counts corn efficiency award. On the some of the beet melons and ,1EldOt"t

County Agent Jim Yelvington county 4-H !level he his tobacco he had ever made .F ot s r>ae;",

a member of the selection won swards In field crops, were planted on sod land.
committee made this boys agriculture. and corn Martin won the FI l 10 r Vds '

evaluation of Martin and his production Bankers Association soil ); .4 t 44 ps1etf*, ,
family "0. I.lIa hard work Ai an FFAer, Hugh won and conservation award In ii q4' ; :
the DeKalb sward and served 1MO for his conservation efforts
who always Maysbusy
er, a man
of the ss president and sentinel of ,
and Is one more
progressive farmers In the. his chapter He also was president The Martins ire members -1 ct
county. He to weD ahead" In of the senior class. at of the Church of Christ it Bethel ,

getting a modern home and Bell High School where Mrs Martin wasa
the faculties that fo with It. The Martina' daughter Cher.ry Sunday School. teacher until

This shows that the entire is II and an eighth grsd- recently
family Is progressive" er st Bell High School She, They also are members of

h Martin, who Is1 close too, Is a 1-H Club member the Bell PTA the BeD Chamber ,
hair much and has won several blue ribbons of Commerce and the Gilchrlst ..
cropped gray give
credit to his wife and child with her garden projects County' Farm Bureau ,Hugh's Award
The Martin BOOM to modem
He out the Instance '
ren. of pointed Mrs Martin and the "No Life ..... If but modest and to comfortably Hugh '" of the many awards;,
he won a 4-H Club member. The silver
as tray was j
elder Martin furnished.. A8 the
Aa for the ,
children having to see to the presented to Hugh for his having. the (.
won con'
modern ; .
there to no life for him eseeptfarm appliances including
tobacco !harvesting while he *
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flrlency contest la 193" .
was laid up by the heart attack life ,"Of course, than a huge deep tnese., are Included )

the only life I have aver .said. "But then- everybody' sible ,.* i
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"It was that last load of known, be said Teamwork latlafylsgCM thinks that of their chil- "We think there sro other ... I

melons on June JO that did Martin was born on his father's 'of .toe, rat '.0jfyln< dress\ ." site.added., wilt a.*people. more deaervlagrthough ":::.
It's Not All Work It," said Martin, referring to farm about three miles aspects of their farm life smile ," Mrs. Martin said. I
all farm Is lo
his heart attack.The from where Martin and his wife "IJ Mr. and Mrs Martin said 'One 10' ,
thing want
agree we
the Martina showCounty "
.f their pieces of recreation equipment
beside
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Standing on Martini' farming operations ... HU father Eugene "
the opportunity working together they felt highly honored at and Mrs. Marl
uri say '
of this Work equip
Jim Yehrtasjton sample corn produced year. Suwenas
a IIftIIt -
Agent Include Martin now
\ also the grow M a lajnlljr group" being ,af'' l [ mint owned by Martin includes two tractors and a track. fail of con (HI acres tbis'hat to Diode County. And "We think nut ehOdiren art; aityfv tumsAdbif fbmi t,Usve u thank the Lord for/V'M

-- -- -, .:.- year) u a cash crop and that Is where a S spends a mighty good, and we are family and were grateful to Her husband, 0 8., nodded..

I proud 0( them. ," Mrs. Martin the people who made it pos In silent agreement ...
GARDENING IN FLORIDA sr


Down. to EarthIn ;f .,"t : I

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Levy County "" t 1 t tM

i By HERVEY SHAME I Sod Is no problem because grown Is. the Bermuda or Easier

t Agrltertoral Extent** service I lilies grow well in clay sand,1 lily type of UUsaa ........
By LBOXABDCOU I marl or muck soils. However, 1 M This plant has I range of
apesdard ...... ..,.. home There than arc the dangers rumors closet of i they require moist but welt bloom from December through.

"HVJITWC PERMITI ED A lo pay Jut owe way would Uhappy distant smoke-like column of drained soil The Canter been June. '
to pay a reasonable fe an atomic uptown Use do not like soils that keep I Another variety, Ultasa pall.fcjtossii .
\ Reasonable Fee Charged i their "feet" flowers In
lor bunting privilege In moil In fact the smoke you may wet. August
Tads could soon become i cases bole tie type bonier who [Inhale l while burning oleander Set the bulbs In afoot rows.Space and September By nuking a
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farms I ta the them I lo 12 Inches apart succession of plantings, gladiolus
fffpt sight ea wild not f> onto a farmer i [trimmings be Just as fatal
1 tuttn. Witt the dsmead tor recnatloaespedany land without expreHed permi- as : nuclear fallout 1 In the drill covering" flowers can be grows toyeur
sod' "throw rare about I "!lei deep tb'.1 garden every month of the
bunting sin of Ue; owner.Lai This mat lo a .
1 Increasingfann Saturday, mart hunters but II to a good Idea to. avoid The amount and kind year
Caning vastly went onto land without perms [smoke while burning garden uliier to apply. depends on the | NarttMMNarctaMS
era should took Us the posit don than obtained' the land Jebrs: during the dean 'em up lOlL On muck land lulu thriven plantings. made li

billty; ef ncraedon bee FOIL ....'. permksion lo bunt Iti and burn 'em op campaign this a aU analysis fertilizer now win flower better t b. a a
CIIIrIIDIa reasonable fee tsar moth cotta trouble to. get ta 'ail I while en sandy soil they seed gtanimgi made ant month era

a fanner's lead botch rill me land sweet and. Remember, smoke Iron Ivy a I anrocen plant food such asa December The flowers are

Sta god ..aaa....' let his ......... Tbes you or from paten oak Is Just as! M-l mfansreEastern aim knows as "daffodils". of
tart and B. msrtsnm knew you are ...... potent as contacttog, the Baig ..I Mass. do best a! gives 'IaquI&"

'ea btraaalr ... a.i d.tntr..p Left re*.* the farmer1 plants.So a seppty it cat* Mart food prV The large trumpet. varieties
sera e.eb.bhlt w.r1 trepertyrliMS.Market beware el losic emote I to y toiling and several wu.IiIIr and the paper while aareisMtf

... fir pag sod yonl bet we! ensngb la a/pitatiua ibg tilt ere .best suited lot Florida

en III .... 1Ss tor psw1Wd EM begs an Easter Ky .... Fie lays Dr. I. V. McOwee. err
.s1 sea.sear ill tY --I III j dO SlfVZ CAP- T.. Plant me kerns of the toftteamed Slane ..... deem as a natal korucaUurlst me I'ai

,... II tota+ acaoa Iii 1 tMeswsR Plata lgff Mart beaudes at weakly bervaii > v.y ...... ....... hiIt Ply yensty of Fhrios.
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bra 111I al i A.. ItMoIW pins r ssfE. .". J. untfl wef toto. HevemHT. preir.lhs, sure the bm.. These' bafts de .best to twOrained -
/_' pis ter Jrtlra -- ...., Tnn wit tans e a bnfsrfcwertog ran pleat are from dkwase4ratTaste sod ef BMdan ,tort* The Herd Sire

a.vmais_s bastpihalst' at I. need, sill; aroi parted and ad* tobe vlatlag ..... tr. Jet OH biUbs S to I .peas .

Ilrwtl btrttit.....till M. mesBf MB; ...... cfcanm fnsf eat ef tte'asus aw a amber ef trw '.., and space Own M tarp Marti tnlav a leak at nw bm bob with which i. kif** U .".at..brwe.RY'
lie t1a1/ hair .... spesdytt. ', ** wffl be at. Ra leak aBaer trio mat can W frown to ffc* -I JntmaX: fVf-tfag .m k a. fwreVed .... .. sail kn I'' likes |A* Sleet Angns ...... they nw "

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f/J IAcce IF r AlA fLE SAND 6CIrNKINOER6AR'1EN IN MY ADMINISTRATION I AAt/ EVEN CO AsullITH i/
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DEAR ABBY = TuPID fLE'TION
F 6R OIl 'TION i5 CHILDREN. WILL/ ( _BE
LIKE THI51W.jI(1r'W..
I II A{Q01 ANDSIXTH 6RADEAANGEPARilfSI CHILDREN AND WlTS
I Wlwt'l rM ,rktomj. f. front "' WILL BE AW/LIS// !!

t Crush Isn't Love Help writ M Alkr, i.. nllS.I ,
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DEAR ABBY: I have loved a boy for a year now and DEAR FEELING: Perhaps because you've bees "close" jddLQorf FUNN1tiLOOKWIG A ( NO BEETLES ARE FUNNVLOOKING. I ':ftptsst'LY
,I 4 aU he ever says to me If. "Hi." I know if I could get friends for 22 years, she doesa't consider yon a "guest" or .?THEY'RK AL.L RING O!?
: ? him alone and Into a conservation with m. I could get herself a "hostess." But If she feels "rlo.." enough to Ignore BEETLE!! DIVINEEN iNG0Ph
:, i r him to love me, too, but w far I have not had the chance. yen you should feel "close" enough te tell her pleaseto ,4 1uZ"
Is there any way I can let this boy to love me? I love light somewhere and be better company.
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him ao much I cry myself to sleep at night., .
I IN LOVE DEAR ABBY: I would like your opinion of those so-called -
DEAR IN LOVEi I ....t knew how eM yoe are, bat If "open house" showers where a general invitation Is run
yea are IX or ever yon need mere help than I can give In the local. newspaper and announced over the radio. Lately
i yM b a letter. "LI,," la sore. Lave b autnre. Love b many brldillho"ers. and even baby showers are given 3 :
ahartag. Love la earing. Lave b .....,. Lave b ...... Yen this way by family and close relatives. The newspaper ads I r
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s havoc "crash" en this b y, which to nataml eaeagb for reads; "Everyone who wishes to attend this shower ia wel- CONFESSIONS OR
< a young ghrL Bat can a crash a crash. Bossy, and save come. It begins at I PM and no other Invitations will be I AGAR7t70NI5T ANDTHr tEifts-
t that very special word "love," far the deep and. serious reIstloBshlp sent Come one. Come all!" (I am enclosing a clipping Incase M MIXT TOitftfITBEQINS1QMORKMI
: It deserves. you think I am making this all up.) In discussing
i this kind of Invitation with a relative of a bride' told
{ DEAR ABBY: I have a very good friend who has a very there was nothing personal about an Invitation of this BETTER LAY IN LOW EEZY lII JEST A SECONC.'
? I > bad habit She will Invite you over and then spend an her kind and I saw no point in attending. I was told that I E ,e : A 600D SUPPLY OF GOT SOMEGOSSIPFERYE ELVINEY
1 1 time doing her housework right in your face. I feel so didn't have to attend unless I wanted to, but it would be KINDLIN'WOOD175 -

I I foolish trying to talk to her while she b too busy to look nice U sent a gift. .-.... d d eiTTIN'COLDER'N 1'i
at me or listen to what I have to say. She gives me SHOCKED IN WINNEBAGO MINN. d r
i 1 grunts for answers and nods her head once in a "hilt. IJZ dw
,, i Today I followed her around while aha washed down the DEAR SHOCKED: Move over. I, who considered myself v-
walls and when she was finished she started In,on her shockproof by BOW admit that I, toe, am shocked. "
I Ironing. Do you think aba needs to be taught some manners s 6
or b a guest expecting: too much to want her hostess apd
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to sit down and act Ilk a hostess We have been close: CONFIDENTIAL' TO CHUCK AT AMHERST: There's always ;J dJ one 4 _
friends for 22 years. room at the top. But not for the guy who waits for
FEELING FOOLISH the elevator. Get going! ; 4


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and killed an unarmed Wyntooa II not tilt skinny 111. IeIpe 0 Belt 01 Groacbe .
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I Dear Ladles: lyour shower rod and ALWAYS nota the soil la loosened and course you may have found a I

:Many of you are writing the,' ha. them back on your they look clean. (The reason beading that doesn't shrink at i F .
twindow whoa still slightly for this b that It win save you all... -- -- --- -
you wash washing fiberglaa machine drupes m I damp. 1 lay newspapers along dripping I water from your HELOISE
'your the baseboards to catch any bath tub to the clothes line. -
DONT do this possible drips.Fiberglas Also since the water CAN be CCCKOF 2 TNERa m3rtcuLD
I COFFEL
Heloise
NOR are you supposed to dry Dear : r pCNT A RULE THAT
should NEVER: be cold thla time, why waste your WANT ANY:
VCO GOTTA
HAVE
them in a dryer. I have found a use for mydaughters'
energy carrying your dripping .
NOR should they ever be dry, once-pretty dresses.. ONg CUP CP s
I
NOW.,, I curtaina from one room to the CCFPSS ATACCPFS6
cleaned. Tumbling Un of' outside? Save your energy, became Since it b always the top I 08EAK. '
any type ruins them. After trying them all hen'sline who. knows what might that wears out first, there 1s I
.times fiberglas Is a eon l" Halolae method! Not crk. happen tomorrow and you will usually plenty of yardage In
ous fabric the soil b washed ket, I know and nobody recommends DIed It?) the skirt to make attractive
OFF not OUT of it it but mel Ha, ha. .. Pick curtains up. Let suds aprons. If the skirts are the, d a 3Ci
Never scrub or wring this If you have a clot: eelln. and drip back Into container. Then right color I make pillow Q
type material garden BOM and be SURE: ttla curtain over yourLlamediately cases.
,Do NOT use dry cleaning soV NOT a windy day. or thecurtaina laybes VM gabs The girls an thrilled with'
eats because they can be wo whip about, become
pick up your them and I have had many
..-harmful to the pigment dyes. tangled and the fibers garden hose and turn It oa compliments from my friends.!
Between launderings yon might' be damaged)... strong aprav. SPRAY RINSE I Edna E.N.
.'JTCAN vacuum-your drapes with 1. Remove' the drapery hooks your curtains thoroughly pay e
2 P T ciGun row se.Tun.uou v s FOR sa t01me A611E'ql
;;the upholstery attachment on which are attached to the cur l ill particuUr attention to the Dear Heloise: I hPI 9Ee: o SAYS 1/E eo.Opto tOPar:. wts..eo Oesi m 4.4 eoua s wtsow.
f'S.,tour vacuum cleaner tall. Prevents tan, mat, eac. top hem or heading. I Here b bow I do my small wua Oil TWIT OaAY. MOM JE. woe sal oto IT lit... o4s I VAS A sONa tu.a SaO oE47L wets wetrme tO asxav!
'The be h.tva c S asp w AI pnl'M45 904001. UP we ALWAYS -vrtAcxen.. ce HOW M* (OMH
In
drapes may put 1 Throw your curtaina em .7. When they are NEARLY, fancy table scarves: I eel td 5ED IEFF! MI NUTE: EIO o see cu RT noose of m NAp HOkUMOBC V) it TMe SMP OH TVOJ rasa see
relit bath tub ba lukewarm your clothesline. DRY- IIII. I After washing them (especially oo K !bar' eaavt Ana/aEVont oov! ,
.: 'sjfe (best to use IICIIIII u II t 1 Turn your garden boat on I. Sit back and enjoy clean those made of be) spread
= IIPII) and washed b1 UncI. and RINSE away moat of the .curtains The easy way... them on my clean counter top,
(>t-atf;: love that old plumbers' oaeaolLi HelobePI sprinkle thoroughly with spray
,....... I est some holes, bto Put a big tub ef antsy If you are making your starch then smooth and stretch wr.7
line. U the soiled water water UNDER that cletheainc. I own curtains from flberglaa, them Into shape. I let them
..heetIt and find it easier Aa anon aa the curtain I take another bit of advice dry right there.
-.it: _). have finished I from me-PRE-SHRINK '
dripping remove the I They dry u I want them
iC Je enre to rtose. 'the drapes them from the low and dp ,cotton beading FIRST. Fiberglas and ibis eliminates the risk ofsnaggng
I "-... ajajfi; :-- them op and Bowl ta the auda.Splosh I does not shrink. Puckersare the lace with the
-< !.It..An NIP *f (NEVER : (this session gently I awful after we spend IrGa.I I
,- rlnf by band) N a feM or over I HANIVagiUta op lid down) I days making l &brael I Mrs. C. E. SpUfcr I i uVU'' -

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TINY lur Apply M Nonchal Oelm etCorlloni Contact TeMpe lull. 376-7850
lore, Oana Peramara 1.0.1Maicaqur WORD'PUZZLE S ( O. ( T.Ot4"lIt.tll".Ool1.
PLAY SCHOOL Dilry. Phen all 1571eator 37-7151 RO
t" IS. spot. > 12 Mobile; Mantes Fir Sole.275.TIuAMLITS .
'Visit sos and ue Is, yslniOiI. tell KNAPP hIGh lull *r part .
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.n kigh commlislans' and konus
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floor plans. I veer financing cants tor '
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aver quota lictl"ant career ) 1115 lobes." hind.P110.10 city ._. air cond, CCI horn ot tit III
I opportunity land .......* to WE CAN USE TWO e nroorlb. Old. .KC rrg CIII.huaates : III 1531000la. able. *n ''' tree, halls P0.MOVINIS.
Soc *>.-. oakMtvllia tunins Sopphri.. W1n14 I INW. 'II. north at ,.
Prso chanroylashotIp ills.PIcas's sod t.nncs kitchen TO IAn
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41 wanted to Ivy WANTIO ......_ short ordarsorb. 5 27114.PCI CIAL Mac..... : ::::: 015, Prado SSVIWOIIy, WIll
4 4lMacitStSryIToslS .. Andy LavrS .n'..'..... UISI' HOUND lea k 211 let Hr mabllo name, CIII Y. 8. .. 5,55 _lllul woos 1,5,1
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W Unnr" A... Mora men t* round put our .,.. HIM. I Mie I attPaynalPR Mapl ores. ISP yaur
M lulMInf', Materials' naIl 3? bl. rsd.acd.cl'ltceli PnoicII 'or 5ietncio' $ call. iMI5 PR I MM
hunt M m* Hauwwiiie. Jock_ : 01. I LOTI .. = heel II. pr.IVIV.
44 HevaotNM Own vine and L.... CII par... "WIeoad 011015 paems. I aion Oelnoevllle, kullt tor |rclous loads
41 Aft, *** .nan nc.chaclcablp IndIted 31.7110 _ -NORTHWEST Alto, new C lInIng' Mug PUrl' '** Room .
VON CALLING end opoBIa at managIng' a ..". Two IIA/lltIS' ""on.. "010" I Is.nob lento P*. .* with, laO ........ Pomlly, Ream. .thro
44 MIK. Ttr III.* rwu ot their" own under the for 0o40 H. ........ Male TRAILER SALES payment and : ..' kltrha ....,_.. .thro* .."'.. .(Ito
47 T.dlop ,.., ATTENTION LADIES guidance and management of theoldait 1121 ISd5IO .'.. S p.y 101 I.... inn Waldo Road N f. ma with na k even, I "Ha* or ISO .kaautlMI _II.......
at Pull Oil' i Woods end ,lergeit. company In Phone irjVM, 1311 NW 4lt A' Palm' Lane V"12OI. an IbId anor UM .... Moth .Mul, sustato ..........
n.--o. isis ""d. l.... deyi. 505.1,1 isw.ripi. "lIve oaks.
71 loots Marina. l",ulo. CArl.lesos w. NO INVESTMENT PIt, bu/l ad Watson blond .kPpies. -Drive .. u'C 'f::' Will IrMa or Mil oulrjghl. Con.
71 Camp Hunt Plot ..,elsg Ii_. .......1 ep.05mg. LIMITED TRAVEL "I coos. i N.L.-W totl L.... tact Hugtt Idwards |nc., ADormon. ,
... .... Silos manager -.N..
wIlolu FR 6-7786 .
mill. .
71 Ofllc* InulpmantriMui Machinery repolr. weld'ng or let, burg -
MsrdhiuidlslREAL wish Ii ..... MehI Isoirrle. el experience, helpful' PuG t hoc'. .14. AKC 500 up. **T t kemt teearete dining
puppy
Chrlssmos fer piso.uIS ABOVE AVERAGE rtglttered" lurollent padlgreaMr. a Little MARY = P10111' p515 lId paIls.
.. P. O Ion tit Orln 1. Canvanlonlly: locate torScheoli
..4 .....iI,. WI"AI. EARNINGS StAllIng .
... i/s P.O. I.. 411. Mast ..... sta. wagon or pick up ,e Iprlngi. CMIJPt'tllLrvt"klTTINI : ( ) ,beard thurchao en* ihipplngWoven back.

ISTATI FOR SALI 0.1".11I.. ,.... .. Cell "u.UIII,. M.....'. Hole! : III weekl old II Save a Lot toll" w. ?..... .. returned loll. Nil' 110."I"" *
Thomai. Thursday II AM to I each. to people" who appreciateunueuet IIAIIOS4TI4'A, .. J IHh Terrace.MA .
JNI
U Mills rlomoi fir laM n 1.0421. PM .... I to II PM PrMay pets Cell PR a-JMI *ft' l...... "."' .Id In ltd. bsdulry boy WAI. end
I to II AM M. H..II UNI down IN pop
Ir" veri ty '
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_, DAD AND 550 100110 lIPs
-- month I* guallnee gurthaetrIpocleue
n: Lou tor Saul .. .. overlooking a
;; ; tor spIll level with t IP k I laW.
jf M Welerfrenl .
Property IS solo Hand
tIe totors. 5unsbncont.
III It. top 151.1.1 ..... ...... Price ,. tor** as*. LIDS and kitchen
S 35N.s.as5als, loin 0540 Ii WillIs ot ,_ petrrk' Agency SI tsibIOsbsn$10sl I IbseN .0 Mae.AAW :
Cottages tor Sail" WIDII prlcet I yr tlnonrina.available 14404 Not,...._ I blesS ..
1 > I f take Oanovo Trailer 55ie1145 dorIa'. III 555145 is
4 V Coal. utah* IwhsnfM) Sails an .,. ISO I m'la I I. 14 ..*.. II iparacleta IM Nl Ith Ji."e: ;
N PHI litet* WorM of Keyitona> Heights. Open *v*> ill Ifringor, Ph.
01110 oM It'roll _. OfNIVA = .4-4141, ,
LASS _
55
H Out *( Town property PlR- ;; with' canana tot ... linocnaol Icons ''iUV-PiApiNMII; ft ITRIfCH IN

dl .y.l- PI055tI.I X lor. Nc' yard with t utility ''n Sly lImits i* kwoMkif: kt i ..... lIsmiStallS
hauios and pump. Pnonajri Inn fr. at 310-H. .M this :: k*

41 RwMmtlsl I Incam tr 'TATAN-nwMia. home, l5..51. 01.11-M-acre*- : Total ALACMUA MOMfS, INC

1 > 1 SInS equity, lake u* payments ....'1.. paean SMcellfrom
4) Perml AcrHW c. I = HIM me. tor a Call I'* P,lted houtas MsI.I "": lpsos" woy Sul
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41 Colored Property MMI.INTAU er 1 eit.nlPM. wail p...... I PM I PM. Mm.KM
t lake lanla P August ,I. Mil N.W. M Pt.Cs.npar .
II LOTS F0> SALE J....,., Co. / end wIth sq I4II. 0
'- > "'
a WINIFRED' namaiTVOU It lu ITIVIIirTIMI
2 THIS WEEK'S IS ONALAN'S RAILROAD
"'
k.- ." tail means 111,171 *n
I SPOTLIGHT SIDING LOT duoS : ; lion ..
41 CoucH Property lenlili Aol I mill,
MAVI ,large eamtnarc al' tot .'011 00117) McKINNEY
4 44 Cottages tor Seep MR. SANDWICH SHOP re "Iroal oldln*. Will erect MidIng 1111I"H'4 .

41 Pormohod Apt*. I* lUll tenant. Gin' SSIISfalery *- 10411' .ct. .... : :: : : GREEN
la 14 c.,.". Plus leeie. PR 057.. lent to town II ,
44 Unfurnished, Apts.47HauM MAH" boacIbtoll S .... 101, In HWIP..I ....... PC DEATON
go W. U.I,. Ay..
tor RUM ,_ 10<.11_. "k" lism i''UTlI'UL... .. RIAITORIASTUNIVCMITYAVI

41 Housts br lent Litton.4U ... A...'. "Mi..., SanaVIck kp". wmrf .n< *..,*... 'g1t11 A" '.TI" nic.IPOLTOI I I w Oanna.ll raitrlcla lat 1 Two( from dwelllngi with II*. P,

learnt Mr ROT It ., Ala. anal. Clair. laCirmin, wk. ra, p>any plan I local' Snore Irentego en Saul Lid ,. AnI, kySt
**nr4l rk. .liclus CaAanai at lisp "littl. sMeni". Ml I N III. VII"?.__371734I _. l/tos ky LIVE n .to OlIN *n I. I. loth

N MoMli, Olemsu W. Utti,. A*.. I lows! to the } *.>. ..M. |.)I. 0e i.IA :::-'Cl1. Ar. aud .).. IONIO kutwets -> CPS ]

II MISC.' RmlellI1A .I their' aMwd.] "N,. tdndVlckj. .. iha*. Alan's C...... I FURNITURE .0vU $150. 5011 4W I'Mi7.

n still In ruH *..rallMl with Ik. ...* ......, 0 I UPHOLSTERY' 5054. .... 0 wIll, Oer.015. MUST SILLH
Wente T. SinS last Ire* 4Hvr esOo.. I 4 -- f ;:; Pto you believe to kem| hicky *.(.
o n 00.455,0 WIIIIeIn I I Per top cuallly. workmanehi,* SERVICE 01055 k* your ixanco Two
N,. Sanatwkk Ska* raot.r" Now OrUaa. styl u lortka. lIsa I IS. I bom -, eenlro)
caw ... .
Of!Ice Do* IMC his ..... horS Mentwotb. In nilur.! gravy ..*..j wIth aTb I Isleoplili 9T2-IM1 t..1.II....... -z = heatad I yr. do hem. must MI

M luslnew Rentsll. variety of sisdwish.i asd. 11ft 1IIoItot. I GAINESVILLE C I Nd _Owls.sOlId sIll 50051 = No Imocoot

*.* "Mv. Sandwich" fg CMipl'** wIsh .*.*-(. 1 tfrtOLITIIYI Any undo e. elM P M.". 15004 01 ..,....

f acilltiac. 05d loot lakesarvtc*. I **) MW IHk ftProa un,ft en4 SI. Slits Meted M MadtOaad PuS =

SERVICE Also 4 Clair. lake sInus .,,...,,..119 M .sHIp gill I Ittliettas-. .PICS a* Pad 15,5'ho..o Abs, ,.. : .1.ft.. Drive candifleaii by MM N W ,Und sos Plea

to vlsrt MM sew A'..'. 10M,. SandwIch Ska*." I 4501157) per anal sod ae tor ijpilntiyimt .Ma
Slit ye* buy PaVa1.OUPLIX .
n Spatial ItrVkM
Watch tor Ncl Wk SPOniCHTIIILIAKOS
3 u Niece lncpsnaucsnlsI
let a* thow p55 ISiS' utIrNIlmi

14 Radio ft TV service 4 DINING SPECIALTODAY 4 Pal wen fibs ....Sloe Cat jatot) end anwo -

U Appliance,, ft ParnItvriAnn.unceminfs' 4 DINING-DANCING I N geld oendtttofi PyWInaam
.afatf good luncherui, : .::
COCKTAILS .. JTMW . *
CUE STICK IlLLlAROSP.S a cup af carlaa Ifi aw menNl Coral a* : .to*
!Dr.... iMp mis LARRY RESTAURANT UNIVERSITY INN THRU Posed I*. hueS 0101 a* m.am*. : .:
IUT mi w. imiv" AM. Osuglea, to prMad Don wall CIII
IcIng-yaur eouo ? Open. .M hours *ey. Charcoal. Hew Roam Imorgoakoa t* llel .
d. Cocktell Mwr I to '. r
Open II A M. 111 if '.M. PAl a tail -k--c.; ; ;;; spiro, tor fKe prka el I. Dan* 57X10 MOBILE ASIOCIATESI )
en> M Main" .
stratiDINING V "Kitt a good aid feomanedOMnar w. m I A M M keaay Onitin.
.... Prod Stow layn |(ftarwartlt
IN shoe Or .
Cemka I R chard Parkers arrnaa COO. J. W DooM H ,.. w.......*
I LOST .
FOUND A' W .ooTl" I7.NOi no. ton I II tun It PR stats.THI llluhli5Oi 11.0
i IJII NW 13110 10.Is -
PIMAI.UIIAGLI iso.vka ITALY IN GAI"'iI'LL' ..Ieto mocc.nOacIoIi ORLIANIMAPPV
:u'is. Al yr. ill fesil '55 NW MOUI mIS I' M. : GLADSSMITH
Dune ky can tougrit .to mg. 1Et :
geiigtil.MANAROI I .
I Cockle
51155 51 GIIIISSVIL Cutlass owl sMasse-e 51 sr.isH'u7ANT: far the price af I f* lam
COantei Ts.oospe PS 411. 1154,1 SA n Denting' to ...a mirUC ot th* C*> I 55 tO' S W
RflTAURANTesoclallew ; .
landwlchel and MkfialaknleallKAMIAMM Was "wed, Prt. A lat p>*Mt. M '
LOOT AGAIN Ooaasd 4. Moca.. to Lassgna Pwa.and .to.... to perfertla In th.* .........

$ ly uitIsuOOSaoltut.s.rOo.s.csa tall. "Ieto .... -Ioe Sells PlO amor oMknaue: Italian Peed Plop SCMOONIR ROOM ITIIR OuOM en ...., 372 5393OManni
? & C.II.,. oa.nsd Ptsuii PC Mowlhamo. Id. HI PM. im W Un y. Avo.LONGSCAflTERIA. lull NW im at. psnn 00 0 H.asl
,..,11.LOIT PI-_ CMtad -.,.. INS-- p1.000! qanili MoIoI _
t 4 5.5 .... 50rHa.- 11511
\ t .L.tC" 105005 ... Ply our TejIMIIOOUl hat lar*..t hours II II til I P III. an* GENERAL GAINES .. ten. ... ...".. ...... ....... -
1> i TlI'v" ...... ....... .. .... aaat Soot landwlcfleo New Or.laana 4MPM. IHIklPM. daviHI STEAK ROOM : Mdl H. 0540550 J
lji _Reward Coll, ]7otmrtuoNAitzn elylel 51 cairtiALAN -. .0011111
.I ..... ANOWICI4 SHOPSMlllIri "II. University Ave Piaturln "I Prune and Cuisine 2 Hugt B.drooms-Front i InvoMmant _IY--
4 snvrctPerm. Mr5 Sopo WoIfoI. NOel OtsiciIn aleak praporad to four teti 0.15105 age wa av* oavartt''area traits
Carsops Pl.aa. HUMP tY DUMPTV out 0r porn 0045. Nella. 55 ', car at .lend j. ovrteM Mr isdihuliil.
14 flU' .. "UL ISAUTY IALUUtI Imdwtcnai or compute "_ 'N' N nisu It PC. eon' I.,...,... vinf Ra tm with Cirt dupoiat 001145450 and

-. ....... kam .. me. OrifMatITA4IA at dlnM* roam or atOtKS. Ridseomsu with c.rEn5 lined .., ,'. Oool eo51.sd fF-:? 55
Ad .55 psarNWsl SANOWICrlM Ooan I* J* A .., ..1L AMUSIMINTS I Cayerux **.
II a* pueo.5HWNl.110IS55 a wiuato HI MW llfk 10.Debbc..oo. furniture.rrri liraat CM 7>lan
NIl rroa law Woo dathvrvAlto ,.. Oaoh : '
0.. ....... .. airia .., irMiti ax* Lawen watt 4.pIrA.O.IN .5.m.w.PUNtING Caulir J 4e.. ._ .. LM .....- WI 1101
laumarn Prlad CMrkanCemo'ate 0000 5 000.5 5
S LaAii 10 iSinUop.,5es as Woe o*. la* elf W vmr Act dinners tram M cenhjSenoig ftwtto 10 P/arS an* ofrls ....t.a-. ...... 55g.V pew V.01.1 an 5554 N eeieiient aanamsn atMO

-t05"-PI"" ar avr tw new iso alere AMWUM attm tram F AAS to p PMTOWN 1'.7 AdMltSKMIII Ape of 4 10 ol 4ws. w 11 kscraans ..i $5 dew end nm m*. Call

HOUtf RIITAUItANTa treat UMvertrn Act at I 3.)11
nirun
tw rm M pwat .** pop ... .. 551 IM thoo ro4 4 ha*
IPICIAt NOTICES 24 HOIJI SERVICE rwam an ....* It"* oatamal

LOll WlrOn-y utory wkd now 5010050 POLO 44 1555 lit acr.to II f.mg lav via mere"..._1 14 MDUTCH at. Haled ADVIITIII IU Ill IO% DOWN $11.07 P., I COWL. Swo Iii leaMy an N11Ne rye krhnen.H. p neT

Ooe.ADMt Tokom. 0IIIy. torus.p 15 H.P 55110000I P050an
OlNf 4 D.tte'DI.'C'OI'
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at* wllk -. Dreg 0155 00 gue 555n.nd TREAT I II __ 15104 IIId IW
C5w.IkwSal5s.EMMCH.I. hum H A.. 05 I .11 Cal at>Mtk
... RESTAURANT I
1''d. 2 MiU' ,
I loss Pl.leIa Imp w. snise Awe. Connolly GLADYS SMITH


CAsIO PAY CAll alas WICk a..1.1r TO UST YOUt RESTAUIANT LOUNGE CAFITERIA 01 PlACE II I U.S. Realtor

:;, ,,:..:' OP ENTIITAINMSNT IN THIS AU NSW INTIRTAINMENT GUIDE Pfc. .*. ) Ateeeletoei 1 *,I, Mtoeeal.

-OULa Lie* to koa* CMM k up5u04 : CALL 171.1411. MobdI H.m. S.l.* Its*. |Vhop-uaP.aarCaWW4. A n* VlaanimIMW eyasvl
NW axllen. PH. aTt-IDT, unnerem Avfc
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0.00 45 !.ar.55 51 05555 I PINe V..sM

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21><:: Galne..me Sun Thursday, October I, 1964



YOUR SHOPPING IN GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SHOPPING CENTER


CLASSifiED ADS


t:J $ CIIOII out the Clos.ts & Utility Roo"' Now-Pick up extra ca.h. Person to Person ad. ... for non commercial alert selling m.chosdise Priced

J 1 10 DAYS 4 UNES' ) .t bring$100 quicker or is octlon.i. with.the selling! price .tot.clllI the eel. No additional costs for Ocll that require the full 10 days Ne refunds for ads tit


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


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IS rtowM tw 11 IS ".._ fen Sale. 15 HMMM fo> Sol 15 HMM fw Saleroom 15 H..... Ian 51. IT ..., ErtAmloui ... l.c.-4 40 luolnoM .......... 40 1..01... PI........

__ DO'n' .'OOtn It..... '1 OWNeR iii! CI ....w wllh KENIC' IICI.UDED, IfKKNK HUE! .... I Mm CCB SOUSE FOR SALE 3013 NI Ilh WA0EHOUSI 7:1": .... n. Is "ugh UtINCM NW till and It Inewlrlel WIN .eropertleeen ... kwwmi
,. ..... Mlghb.r.said. .101,51 110.1. Low down ..........,. overtaking Loko Alto high 4 trovorM rod *own, )0 y si 155, ivt .both. N.rdwo.d I* Mir Willl 50war41ndwlrlal Contor lornnl
THE TIMEIS sal .". :"'.d.ady in. let. .,MTanme. 1601 .1 211II PI. Call 372-7111. dry, Trg. M 40 X HO. ) I* M) For mo. J'w. ISM Orlvoorf Moon, .loroo Flo. rrplocoi ... wll/l, 'I,. ...,...._. John M. .".... bull. to MM lonont. Call 11.
W.SN ,tublll, ..... Pl.' THIS IXTOAI 74 turn, .homo roody t* Ihro la OMWWroof .111 Avo.IR partly' olr-cwvl Clot It HAVI, I acre vduUrlst, lit M Nit horn Ir. ot 174-4404 or 37- /l. 4551
FIOUR1 Incl ...., '. land.5c54. Ills SImS
Hoc wotorhootor 5.11.011. nlc.l1r
1/5.57/4. |ol,. fwjjtonK. lot thrvtt aolsbelch ot NI,.. oil hoolor. good I Move 4 rofrlg. Lot lor MH1. .DOIIIt"H tln.neld. CORNER LOT ZONED R.P GOOD BUY
NOW. IY OWNIR. I ... I .&.., CCI l. ....Tdo::' := wall', dock 4 boot ohod, 11IIII. eor. ISIS and toko u* .ooymontiMl 37..101. WANTS Incest proy.",. lucollont .tocotlon M NW corner of Lot now .M.d 54 11550 barn
....... control sad 4 olr con*. hey a.1 NW 10th Avonuo ond NW on _
port, toolhovio. worktho mo. W: IH no It. ottorI ..._. Cads en Lot
..... II, /NIIW' r"'. A dMNqarea. icrnwwd pacts I SR. 1 Silly.dosn trait 4 II* Iron, U.O. 1.1 .:::, ...... *r on --. TWO 1. .IN. hoMM both* *thIdool .. Call LM JadtMii .nytlm.NUT ....... M foot .by 151 foot In II... Ie .ppn.Im&aly lie d IN' NInta.slsd.
SMllow. wall wills puns' A W = Awll/y 'H" on F.IA. Only orni 44-1750, ooo lou'Id'' 52 A. GuN Mammal........... TIW, FEALTY Further duetto ....11.... from call NorwtIIII N.p e.Inc. .
'Do You Have .,...,.... 1YI1Im. Is.. II M 025 Nt It, make H youn Son aim Club ft 1/04 NW Utk 50. FM M4IIACRIAOI Aubrey Reeco. J. w. KliSatritky.71NM.MIt.FRf 775.5701.
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Door OWMOOIRN
55aU5w t
.,_. 4 k. Men FrkoII4.N OCALA Mock I .11. I both I'... JWK372-8404 T.rm1..A'.Tvrkoy.. 101 ,.e:=.. a45 A.: .
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A *, fliuiKlnt .1. For .". anaobuan1 CaIINie. PMMad' 0111.1 .._ A w.on l 5.n. II 1..1 lit... W..rd
Room to Inspect pnono V447I1 or mHO In* 4 Erg.IMlad.... ollti, tiroF Robert M. Graham. ._. CftfoloI. CUSTOM HOMIIf
Oo* touMrrt ION: Nl Vnt 11- M ... yard. FORDYCE ...... PI.. .. MEDICAL CENTSDNIYOR5ITY yw like kintry homo I Iturn 4e.
... .._ WANTIO N McrM
401
Apartment A. wlll NI Se ,
orHouse MOMS M Wlmborly Itotoi. .. flirt or .11 In ....... Fr.. ouch oil cm frreelece
: owns. eke' I II, loS OWNER WANTS I* corry lIla' tl- 1 IK 1 both, oriro lorgotot fir snail rand* .,tIt rwmo. Mutt Probablyba meet ottrecnv oenoled' lustily room country
to Rent? If''C'cc"' haws In NW we.Ilan. YOU CAN FIND A IITTI REALTOROPEN oncmi thli Ihroobodraom OooutHvlhlondKopod, FinNolghborhood. bo oxcoilont .tuy. Writ. .... WM now brick homo k) N.W. It* MINIM with, eentm control
: on motonry ...... .
y.pan1NIvlq m vim MOM FOF. I21JM. IUV ITI ClH FH OKI7IY ti lowobiy Hied balls 15.N olr condlilenrno 4,1111. fin.tune
..IMowiil corbttln EMS* > NMM W* oo Mtboiiovo. ,. you coiitMonvwtior __ homo M oraund thobolhi __.. Two "'-I...*. m ... our mervolomhonoi
ham Pdnlay Scs.N. 'we OWNIRi I I*. 1 bale homo
a bills. IIsn/ foe your maw NW Mtb A AvMe AH Mro m IMoloo,
A $ Wlmborh
.Nral dlebla
em. .....
REMEMBER- .... hardwood llrlp" floori Loko Foratt Ichool Low
to Oolnoivlllo' oroo HOUSE .
rm. true bor. tu doss. onNEEDED down 11 .,tIt II. -- I kotk boon ol 44MN N W. Mm TIn, ISIS Ut N W.Jrlh
... prymdnme
P P1wq Look otthOM footuroil ln n Thru btdraom, I ..."'. flrooloc area w .ltIt SoS oak 1,5.5 Sn ndr. :Po-MtS or 17M3M.f McCOY'S .... Mr Court T. O. i1.amen Avenu'
fT rental' vacancy = :.7. (loins IdalunI..Nciacn.1rad wilt' ale FlorWo. room. Control ...... ale Mtlalad garage.EASY ... ....... ..-. FR Lloyd. Myrkk lulMoroppelntment .
Kraonod borcll par air .-11101I..... over U TO SOY and y to dJMIHi AT ft CLIAN I IK trim .0lady I yi-Solt
lt>roufi bar ond OM borbupit. > am, ootlo.homo lilt LlttkoMod/ *n.. Throo 5.4.room. wotor, DM b IH MACOMA
: ft M and Cary"
COSTS YOU MORE ,Control lie ..andlllning.Wan . c- .." and las "',. ......lIfuI Ewe ..... Solve Lit N 1\M. i Mocki tram UnlvAv. :
icicles Mm wlHMOvlnjoiwiwo
O. I.NIW from I to I o'clock lun. room, vory ntao otroonod perch .. .but II... only tm < .mMd ,
than the ad that DUFLIX Whit lava yovtLAROI wan sod lar rn5.and Turret DlwoMl.."........ day. Octobor 4, it 1S4I N. W.MthFloco. and a play houoo for lilt cftlldron. .- Ul ,,:tIt ImmMliii' occuMKy HOMES, ,I INC. ca.1vlll.! || 'I H.wnt ... ..*
ROOMING HOUM fro- 51.51 ....,.. Ina 11""". AHumo o 4V V* leans ., .t lju II 201An. I.Ialeas epealNMs5 IMil11s." ..
3vill rent It!rtiro' pats wlllint HOIINJOM MIIOHTI out of SPACIOUS .wool le 11517 11.11I'' M d.wnpI Plan F 51170.DON'T THE 'JEFFERSON"Oiormlngly
SMALL 110M. WITH ACRIAOINood city llmlrt. I IR I Mtn ...*,. DM M. ft, 4 bodroom I both led NCOn4I mart. MISS THIS Ii1 LAKESHORETOWERS
wvorol III kiiury homo In Hno Ofh/rto to.cotton. MInILAll
FOUR MDROOM ftOMI Mint :r"t"r.' ::. lion lamas 010...., dolloht.tiH YOU looklnt' for nlco Ihroobodroom TRULY LOVELY HOME, colonlol' outildo,
what your bonlco.DUFIRX. I Mt olr" cond 1N504 IIOM NroBloco. FlorMo room Only houw lit lilt H_..." At Milan Garden :till ml. Iwlll this homo II nun with con
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jyoconcy COSTS ACRIAOI torso .T .....". WO lu* Rownion F* 1.2511.LASSITER. only" 17"I: foncod bock yor* corm .... ban tar Dad, y*Orlv>r 'f.ond.. .comfortfrit living' Notice lilt mil
Mod thorn oil., INV.ITMIN? I cenvenla01 15 iheping and *4U1 rlgM.. ICIIIoIL we was M. ftlflllYT"INKING klteMn, and
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YOU EVERY DAY CALLALACHUA I Ndresn alma and eSmwd.
Neon he J.... 11.1' : t* DIM It to you. TIIcI Mntir ..11... Randy to lilt wrylco. on.tronco. .
r __. -, of kulMlngTrf" Hov Thort" ore ire bodroomi -
Until it Is rented: REALTY REALTYI ovclna onporfy on* only ... you MM RWtowoodt. tooutlMIhigh with, outtlondlng, cloiot
AlHClOtWMombor Coll7rdyc- o. .1 wall Mind Mt ill Inv focllltlM olui two hill' Iliad
Multlol LliHn I orammonti, rioionoblo ; balsa and ....'11. droulngoroo
f RENT: YOUR LOSS oM N I. Ill It. J74-UOI HIOr:1' UM down in SPARKLING I .1.... EPII: In lilt moitor "1ft. It
Aria" Stile, II..,... hare.wile Int. IIR to Mt now II.planly7.5...., : W. hoi forrnol living, mom wilt'
Mobol Ooro Aioxloto, I btlh loll olchirm. Florid* J. a wporito dining' room plus .
: IS PER DAY IS I
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; : : HIOHLANO COURT 4 IR, 15.1114 Top (...11.... Clll J7I- i and .. kitclwn. Nrp wood.d KIRKPATRICKASMCIATIli Co.as fomlly room with flrooloc.ond .
.. ...... wail to ..camel I.IIIon. .* 1121.AR9AIN.. lit. Only_415,'.dews C.II and only"Isis 1 1Jml".tMI booutlful deny porwllng.Tho .

If Fr ..... .. |l.a pie day I In* room or mI olr-.-. PhonotOikl I IR I .."'. control" -man 375.1271.FORDYCE 1.M": a I N. Mali M.RwnerII 511e/11 P5 444 w W i ix,shear with"L"in .IIK"ihtpo'" of two lilt cor swan go-
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For par day Mrquot floort cotho.drol I unnoll
I f Floy Mothlooon Iron 35..5555 2-bid'... 5.m., mono dtllghrhil .._ to
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unioon 1.251.. Who will ....... AIIOCIATII INC Lavl. IHrklon I ....tlflll le.dbaap. 44C1 NW 17th Fl.
pee m.. .. a s p.s day oliil ,.., II 5155051 Call 771. Gala Fordyco, Rooltar' 4
will side f e. s
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if For .. .. .." p., day IgHnklor ...Ie. ,
SPLIT LIVIL Loon of woco C. Ooy Dick Swan SHAOOWUWNUTATtS .... Svleg. ........ ivchi RANCHO GRANDE L1JriURY
4 charm ft chorMtor In Stile mod Prance Hough Sara OovMonMultlolo 'FA
par m1. .. ..11 par dsy RES 1 D[:
: REALTORCOMPACT orn lrk and load ft ...... Llitlnf RoolterM MOM -.... ... I bodreom I "" "''. otutfy.
$2;., ..... ., HN cor day 4 .... I loth ........ 'MturMkltchon W Univ. P4.1U4 F.OFFIRItWhMfNktuol D. OLIVER Mtlnt. tut lunge MIMUM lomlly, room. living room. dinIng eSvlmmln Poae 55..5.51.5 R.N.
I.... /allly, ..... wene.rfel.. IV OWN" I SR. 5. INIIIo Cel ItykM For Vwok ,mete ,.,.,. LM tW in room, Mk oorauot tloor. Acre of Plcul G.55sb C..or.l Neat
with bum In dwM.C7.JOJ. n.. ... ..... _
at-- m. ., 52.55 day 5511. drapes .Iu. II3ODOI
par lIlA
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BEAUTY "'__. Cwsral had pw51M.NYe.. ft hrubo. Wall placid. IMnf. ..*.. .W Wlseovll Down L..sdoy
lot Fr ..... .. UN par day I4N down end .f4 minIM bcludM a .1' cwWi/bnin.' MUCh ml taMae churchM wan now oho*. 0 Ouollty motortu. 4 workoroud 4310 NW 171h Ft e Stro a Lackwie G.oheg. Deep Ch1A.
i' IOMO i knurinc W Clll J7HJ31.FFIR 'olng _,.... Wold to Llttlo-' madslp. A. p.e.d .... M Seste kVnM) Parkina Araate Lighted Sidsw.lbElewM

101 par me. .. DM par days utilityINMi'5.55.piece... ask WANTED lirgo I IRLR wood. WMtwool. Strip Mil ochoolf.trvko. neon.. wir... eA--to ..... InDrlvo ''' M *. Le....'" All HM4j.ni. "PUNNINO TO WILD"Lot i

h s par .... .. a." par day tloon ivohr landweped. MInISM 551St. eslrana Soya. 11,1. cernlao 1 055515150 blinds.FNA Wad on NW 1101Ave. ..4 prlcfl mow. $ ..000fw
V !I pdd nnl JusS "."'., Mrito DR Florida roomwith nnasctni' 515d.wll A .'"" lilt OM lorkif. .ktonoclten. .. the wwki OwMf ti ui give you an itl- PHONE 3764456FOR
Mil m-im ,...,. rr,1. = tyMdlihwoihor. monthly. IncludM nurnVr Sell.PS mote on
|Q| Per wt MM par day kltcltai, 51.55. ftto.... U NW :Nth It. Ho rtn" on Mrvlc.m.n vattMl- gird can"acllnglOUr '
II 1 Control "HI ft Air.conditioning. .... now cuitom homg. PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
4 BEDROOMS Fhon.FRM411.NtwIrkkHetMi. fMO.h M Id "".... *f r.-
i :CALL 378-1411 lot of INC .Ian ".... Pay mil Lid. Call NIW J7HH1.(HutUndKooodyord. .,..01.111". Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy 114 New S.o111.,5
ISM rant afar small down Ny.mss. .Day. FR 6-7290 SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY

''It JO PLACE YOUR and -MISM Only I roo"NNtdad.1151. cursNl U" 'ay. OLD HOUII Light-Irs Tho ncbdlnf darns rombl.hig of MOM STEPHEN FOSTERHEIGHTS N.W. 2655. w.,. Off NW.I6t5. Nit./ FR 6-5015 or 2IOC S.W. lift ST.- U.S. HWY. 441
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Md.r.anM. Mhs SMau Iff woods ft glncirbrood trim.IW A... iMirtHHl NIW 6-6502
'u' 15.55711 __ .,... guilder hroja krick IMMM an solve Otrle. l coto* M Butler Bros.

2 'SUN RENTALS SKYLINE LITTLEWOODtrol 455 Csll 775191. 115 tjodgomo, 55.11115 I NOSH Locotod M MW. mi ,,_ a ....ltl weeded .... N. Main Stress end :8r. II.... BUILDERS

y ,1eW. fanlly nil. HOUII Irond now mod. on ...'........ Mao VA udow. Ins It. Now bake. hemM *nWcomlracltan.
WANT ADS real .Ir untlmMrory n' hTgond ern A IOMIM. resdy lie III ,.,....... 'HA troll Not FM. your own 441 ..".
living ot rfo bott. Usury lint prow ocoiMnt Hngiwiidod _IL caN?., .te, VA ft FHA T_.. Frontal an
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with .... down. OT-1W for control. .hoot HI.Ml with c.,...' ,.1140... I.... M ally gad ......
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M. I both Flo. rm. la. utility . oTWTM 171UI1 -
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loution, MOT OHM :' laep h.reesnIe .
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pried Mls : 1SiiIl Sardis. A.wclste :
\ |> would 15 tN .ll fern .. .. .
e bodraony 1 both from 215 Ill It.Mu11ipis
how. Web Flo. room Ira. Ire led lilt peke. will Mf"1. you. LlsOn.O i OPEN HOUSEBeautiful READY FOR OCCUPANCYTHE
In] room, kllcrun dlnkii"

n ul. 4MI |W 4nt ::. FR till L.... NI RARE M 111.55 FIND A_ Nb1. living.MOVIIM irM/aa... bui"'1 sskacN5. New Hornet new solid brick, 3 bedroom. 2 bath, REGENCY 3bedroom. 2-bath. Full brick, foyer, double

will, .... 1.51. 101' tnM bydeep. :lilt _'. led wills .1' _. 1,435 feet.
Huge lot with for stable
5 I ash I car ciroort, cab 57*will ....... gorogo, ..lIbll""".laws with' ..... in home with open brick fireplace. Built in oven and carport. square room
MM torn to WallS lid buy*. erWi pit. Low down _'. and/ custom built kitchen cabinets, corral In rear. 1 1736 N.W. 39th Drive $1 9.000 .10%
wash FHA tlMKlnfl tl 17 Firrflt assume nMrhjiw. VV NW and range, down $122 month.
lollor' pay theme ooirt. CillA44I1 ARNOLDIEALTY Fl. Phew JTwSl: WESTVILLANW large storage and/ utility room. Double car- per
r for ooot.. I* MO IM NW THE POWELL 3-bedroom 1 Vi-both. Oak floors central
t SriTorr.Hl port with curved drive, sodded lawn. Excellent ,
COMPANY location. Immediate occupancy with small heat full brick large WOODED LOT. $14.000 $500
AND BUY __lilt tovotiC.oor Multlok Ltiftof MombK BOBBY L 16th .AY'., down $86.49 month.
Sid. 141, lilt W. OM.. AVOMM VMM down payment FHA no down payment VA. per
t.f: 5,1.5 .."t-: ":. 1.I OVER 90 HOME PLANS FOR You TO CHOOSE FROM. WE'
,u.111y4w M' t.dt.ltMIiarclniCMavvaaasMe. '" SEWl&or 'W :.= BRYANow at 37th St. Located at 506 N.W. 34th St. '
:: HAVE
::0= ,. w. Jiowny OW.n.r SEVERAL LARGE WOODED LOTS AVAILABLE OR
.. PI N' JIll' CALL YOUNG AMERICA HOMES WE WILL BUILD ON YOUR PROPERTY. .
.... '" I7I-D4 bock In Gainesville

moiIKuronco. 5.55515. larvae lad to serve you In all typal 372-7070 "WE DONT BUILD HOUSES WE BUILD HOMES!"

.1. city caev.nle. s. MODE of Terrolo.B WALTER STUBBSInc. For quick free information at no obligation, call 372.2527
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Sally 372-6441
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SYYMigl.VA. 11.' ;N 1='Mr5M.t COM a- T Terrazzo .. GAINESVILLE'S evenings.You can depend/ on

IOVlHaia -' Phone 376-S394
Company THE JAMES
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COMMUNITYBY
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t\ : UNUSUAL YOUNSAMERICA leoS Nil'" Dr. "Wt trod heuMi" 901 WALDO ROAD

'e.'M-2.leth .._ ..1.0111 '
?he biggest little builder in town"

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Ream All Wy eaWM55iul ant Double Your Money BACK
FaIly Rees Dan ..... PALM VIEW ESTATES
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r Icnwcd Laundry .5l MI awlmmine Utility Room Peel ..... an N._.. 111II S1resS MN. Read 41' Our Unique Offer. .
2 WoU-lo-Wll Carpal ... Nil Climes Tan Think Highland $16,000 UP
n Z Control Moot andy TMs' Here is the most unique new home offer In Gainesville building
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ale 521.755 LOW FHA DOWN PAYMENT history. We ore so positive you will like our new All-Florid line

: FRED.. MASON NOTHING DOWN VA of homes in Village Green that we will give you double your $25

2 PHONE yOCDe 11 deposit back if you are not completely satisfied, after ...1"IJour!

7tC2.U40.rR Mill ICr0MiaCOMPARE Court Manor $100 Clesiiif Cert completed/ models. I Models to be completed November 1. 1964) .

Z *A k Mast Our If you are not satisfied with. our models and purchase a similarly

: T....... .... ALL CITY SERVICES back priced! home in Gainesville you'll receive double your money



14 Models FERN WOOD MANOR />/

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$13,400 to $18,200 $12,250 up

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BEFORE YOU BUY VA and FHA Approved $400 DOWN FHA


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eve and ready Immediate Occupancy $100 aetinf Cot

TIlt ......... ... ...., fct for OMUooncy west $ I
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... Price, $15.825, $425
t S eMWeOV Homes from %L per includes teiesentj INCLUDES

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HyMy SW .mdllla oil OFItt POI YOU TO e*

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m-no.. .A"'HOU'.. PIANO Q T.'UMPH 5PITF'RI.' """ 11 IS Avromoblloe for S.I.It IS A......*.,... fw ode IS A.LsNba.. E.. 5.1-1.1..

_. uti "" _'11" II....... SINGERSLAMT0MATIC Why buy a vI3 .._ p.55 mllM. *&M. now ",... SIlo.. t7I2X kT, '''I. ..... 'r'
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NEW ....... CALL all 5.3271ACCORDAN. iV iSWAO'N.li 'Impola 64. N.w All "'.'. 113... M11os 5503 or Pori All 4 7