Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00195
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00195
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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I Rigors' of a Campaign I Push Post Office 'School9'

:By CUT CORMIER business ineas'
Su Education Writer sothe I
School Board Earmarks l educe
'The School Board Thursday .
pressed 1U drive to acquire the for Alterationsthe gr ,000 square feet I
$76,000 I 1 programs hn n ,
It.i old Gainesville Post Office In er ruled "'
building for educational uses by ,.
i or 3enW a
Itself to
$76,000 on the building for re- General Services Admin feet of building space would be an rvlsory and bus
t, surgical h
pairs and alteration during the istration to obtain the building utilized as follows: 'ma
Administrative area, l.tOO clan,
next five years aa I donation. Local Federal
ditto aGIng
ige n
Including the office square feet for office space and
agencies post mecha
Most expensive Item to refur- records area : c ty and
bish the old building, which are expected to vacate the television repair, power gasoline
could be used as temporary old structure later this month, General purpose library, engine mechanic and drafting

quarters for the junior college moving into the new Federal 2,400 feet. and design technology.: _
Building now nearing completion. General education
being proposed for Alachua and pro.grams Moore said that hi addition
.Bradford counties, will be air 4,000 square feet for -:
air ,
to conditioning more lighting .
large lecture facility, and classrooms ..
conditioning. The board's commitment yesterday heating and plumbing will
for social studies, language
, School Board architect Jack followed a recommendation I arts, mathematics.\ and have to be installed. .
Moore presented his cost figures by the Florida Development science. Also there will be tone re-

to Jhe board alter Don Allen, Commission that action be Business education plastering, repair to the tile .,
instituted immediately to better pro root, and painting. The flooring
Scratches director of Instruction, had out feet for pIn .
lined a 'floor-by-floor plan use the chances of getting the CSA grams,000 square the mail room also needs "
classrooms In shorthand,
.. for the structure. to donate the building. typing replacing, the architect said. '.'
'r 1" .. l ... : lAP WIr.1AN.. N lilt s./ bookkeeping and accounting office .
.*B?EASTCHICAGO-Hand.scratched (arrow) by>> wellwiahea.i The board negotiating with Allen said the 24,000 square machines office practice See SCHOOL ee Page I) ....



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, M1. U.S. to Demand ';

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UNITED NATIONS, NY. Ml. 'By NORM LaCOC. San Staff ctrl / la, e'

(AP) Suggestions'to postpone TALLAJMMM Florida's capital city gave aiouslng afcoma .;
the opening of th.U.N. General to the nation fkst Lady and her 17-year-old laughter atFlort.' I ... .
t Assembly war* beard In U.N. da State tI....... here Thursday night. / ,&. .'...
) corridors tads? after the United The speclat sam hilled ss a major appesninee lot;ladybird .
$ : States caM,for a showdownover Johnson, the .......l's wife, turned Into a "I love L qd" affair .
queezes.wuw the Jwnvt Union's refusal' for the PrtsldenrtwBughter.. -* t
Dozens of iiiisjiafii lilt assembled len .., ig ai 1.
to pay Ir peacekeeping assets- i ;'
IN CLEViLAfrDudy: ,""M let. mi go: pleads ... ..,. '
f ) I I too young to vote hBgaatctsy III ... t 'I
\ ..I..f.the PraaMaiit.. .. 'IP.* ..v.. .4w.' ..U, h through thelVLuctateptiadT p ._ esl.l\ .,''t : 'I \

'f': i L jwI' ,, _, ... Ierwar, ,, ,It with, her ten.",la e.. Lam, '
r--- -> 'I .,......tImtcrt... 4Mra ;; '. a,, a ..Ir "

TIME 1of 1 $t Sot. ,was crowned with a .Seminole headdress, making. "her" boo- '-' I II
,MARCHES ON! a..auador.I' orirf quetrt of nl* wwttaH'* ftOMrs. ltnde..' .,.. t
, ms .'Johnson, speaking on edacsUon and lilt feign, said thtt.w t'
Ce, .... ,'" TlM r. ] knowledge .hW gtren the nation great .....1ICt& ,J,- t,... .1-. '.
PARIS Scientists of 40 natloni' + an-wtomlc standard for time. .
1 Florida i1". '"* -.
I : Tha general conference of welghtsisid! msMresr meeting t has She aiherrDed,, ,'education centers, such si norktsttaalj is "the ',

;r hare: agreed to define a second in terfes ot UsVwavesngth of. ". wlUUrttthe,Thlkdwld UNhd UnlUll launchfg pads from which young people ire thrust Jafward by_ ...-
of the cesium atom. ..* tSVIn : J M
I' (Ide.
Tb. International Committee of MsJuV Measores "s base IM ; "
and II I / aft oblique reference to civil rights she added. tursty a nation \
I 'xpected to give its final approval .. a'few days. r ,r ,rtl 1 AN1 ".:' !'l hea.iaaeesr otsf which nattered all the Intricacies of Saturn Five can master i .. e.;
State 193! the time standard .has, heea.c fraction of ths w ', I1.11 1rU' m* issauarandum. to I" the tntrlcactaf! at human relationships. 1"
tropical year 1900. A tropical year Ia.Jieaewed Iran equine fs' & /IKt'A:a lA1."". '"'G ltskJ talk of ] "I like tile dream of the future better" than the history of.,|the! ..'
to equinox. Before that, it based ......... In .
was on the earths' rotation, .. n IMp ea ," Mrs. Johnson explained. "You area part of the dreams
bt oak iotk' WI itr pest ;
which was found to !be variable. R w it 1I.1f I t n+c IMataVBtatee and thaVajartwld make true" ... .
know will them
the future. I coma .
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bh .
or .ttislss: of ifprn work out a
etas. .
.. 1II.t( .. D(oma t6' AI1;.. .'(td". fW***! .1 (Sea TALLY Page- .I) .
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'', IId. Copter'.Pilot.Slain iiiaiBhfr open In. nirimtajs.!. Tshombe Freed I ;
I WHERE then isiliurn until Januarys, t/i''e/ : ;
; A1)vys.
t ? ;:Viet 'i 1 3 } r A. tafsnat said UJi.affiekkfifwars '. .
) asssKDertog a. twapwaanpoetponsasant ;
p 'j
"TO FIND IT Toll at201; S'AriGItIJ (AP) -'. balding die Lit prrafisd in hut ha>expresses}',::). Heads for Paris 11

, asp,.egmps4 titan turdrg yaul ee.r t.eI ._,)lheip. ...iin doubt...would be one. ,. *- $
> Camks: . . 7 SAIGON, South VietNam steeia,1Mt, ...began TerkeLrsw teleW StevaasKi'i memorandum ws% .
, ,,eCheaified.. .14.19 (AP) A U.S.-Army: helicopter/ tee.rends,,/dl..Mi It would III pike ,WIlt artoro ilo made>blic after Secretary < u. '
AP- ... amsl ant. hja ,,;
Iatshlaassat, I pilot was shot snd killed by Vlat 'tbta' Dan Hulk ATHENS. Greece (
ads. a"4 d bee A I Lse't werb4 0IIrI1IIIf a0a; or said taf .
Oblteerles .. 2 Cong firs today minutes aftar machinal bashkis .. Wishlngum Asl the Soviet rat iusaito I Premier Mote Tshomba of the arrival T saday. ,' tread him !.
OPfelea. '.t. ,4 stepping out of. his disabled Vel N ahve4 his ended at. ( pay any of Ms I fM-wnV.*, Congo aped to Paris today for a after fie premier\ Ulsd mablociada
frets . ,9.11 machine J70 m northeast of ths ctotUnf firm orPhelpe. Tekef -' .Mooed ", "'IN ..... lion debt affected the coaHMu.Uonal weekend visit after stealing the an t the embassies of
Women's ,r.-.-// 6. Saigon. which operates six stores to |., artfaek ytt structure el'OM'UnitealNations. i ;t<(< show from the conference of the United Arab Republic lid
His death brought to lilt the Los Atgesis area. The corniii": personaaMd'' kcemUngmethods ,nonaligned nations In Cairo ss Algeria to LeopoldvUJe.Tshomba .
number of v... scrvieamaa pay 'deddstf |hal Its punch. i,We Mat yeul Ha'ear Although the Soviet Union haaV-r an !Involuntary absentee.Freed bad coma la Cain
new old baling matbod tat-
card had to
killed In combat ta Vlat aceouoflng system house arrest his for lilt
Jima from aaaaHgnsd canfarasew
paid Us iiiessmsnti far i
autoM t: Ws know ...**
Plan Board since mfjqr belt .It and that w '
1M1. they
outskirts of
operations of the UN',1Ia rehaer palace on the despite telegram that ha
The helieopter.bad been.sup matter MM 10 fOt n, Dava' Phelps Ihn Maldant, al to pay anything toward 1$ -e Egypuui capital. Tihombo took would, sot ha welcome. Cabs
Loses porting a, Vietnamese greuvt a ,:.. their latest monthJy i.... W. told step kahewird forces ta lilt Congo arha.j tl[ I commercial plane to Athens. slnwt.refused his ..... pwmlsslea
New actIaa1&- was forced dose, statements,:Fbslpe-Terkel CIlloI.I I.., .appIarW'" 'by ........ Middle Eat bas pal 1& .... The 44-yesr-old premier said to tail ....., and ha
either by mechanical. trouble or tosksrsncehedsfflachtoscardwtattusatessageenthehack On VT**' ; "!'disk'. Gad toraatJst' satins that are set tin,purl ha planned to spend two days flew asj .w Alhasa.- Wbea hi

Member enemy.flre.. fr". ?J r, ,*t,1're behindIntoldUJL duet. r py n Paris before returning Leo'poldvUle. nlul'lll _, ...
The mew .... alI1etrI..d ."..iMihenimuttlataand. solcsnaajda lids 1ee .The UJ. memorandum soted ;' clapped Mn ..Ages Pabeaon
:two enlisted men, saeeestfialy, I!bpi, the rtaraga.FMsa WL )thai under ArtIcle II of .the OJf. Jo President Carnal Abdel Nor lie autatHs tt aka and tilt

Thee fourth Oty Plan Board .See COPTER e. Fage 1) And en the front: "You ira sea- rued;;ef s f) (See UN en.Figs 21Row' ash who had held TshoenbeFund confarenaa valaA sol to .... I
raslgnatioa/ 1IDee'JIIIdIammer Ain '1 .
was submitted Is the City Com. ; t. The. Cangoleas ".., It,

aI ion Thursday. : TJniteoT .haled by many AtrkM .leaders
@'ville Lags in : tor hk aaBahonfloa wtt Kara-
Joe '..... owner of '1pII'. : pesrw ...' 11II Neentalenghaa
Shoe Store, submitted his letter : "*!**"*** 1 ta Kataaga Pravtata. ,
of resignation to Mayer Howard charge F af apathy st a specific group hi fshiaT, .. pert in the ayring d Crags
.lees Premier Palrfca &. .
McKtaney. Re said he -
was ,In past tam...... oamntty.
forced to resign .because of thepress ging far behind what University, he said, the staff and faculty excl. and hto smploymcni at whitemercenaries .
of business. The UnlvenHy ef Florida staff andaat, I' spinel Commanistbacksd -
chairman today" and 1M. sr mere than Ihree limes that. ef PSI;. rebels III""the" .cane
Monday, commissioners accepted tat., ream.' i aim and faculty at FSU raised coaaMsratly
tilt resignation ., anoth1 Keith Austin, ga .. phi Untverssty of Florida prcportleaslery. Aitt Stereo Mutt
1 awns .merchant, Joe LI.lermia. t tieLut ail gm fSMta. A( the IWvcrstty tt Florida 1p|' .
year.tw.! '
Silvermsa else died Mean StereoWASHINGTON'AT
It's dissppnaittog I ." to j | .. alas ef Tsnahassf* with a and staff af
I IIaIIae pressures ss his ".. pariascmg sU.....,> ale more to proportion than eerie Unrfsrsliy ate .I' ) -Tka

.ass for raJc iD&. funds'raised far ttas .*..,. -Igusasftsy.tasl have a Sft rest mid,yestt federal Trade Csmsilsilnsj has

Prier to Sil ermaa's resigns c.p..r wIa .... ruled that unless phonographic
tilt ... ... SW ..LL'b'W:0'v < locords hsva haaaj gfeavedcsaeeiaOy
v ttay ruIIar.JaM'.1ImIII. re.sJgMd awee :; \ tar starasahsasa.sound .
.. from the pls. board .... ale II a.satiety........ree.!...y ; C> ;. !t Bts werde,"....". sndstareeohoak' ,

; .thtfsamaerheesaeehewasiv veiled .. wort for lilt dry. -..; MIll), TYa h ... Sr1 t stay not asfsarruled ..
Lyncpcowbtla. ...... sa
eatafc* rfghMf sr far the W tie r'es. abm 'r
> ,
.ecasn1.A: ..ws'.r wtdeoing projo = i .. Tharairaiaairfsrtareis *
'act .Tf. goal liar tM .. > > 1 I .J a' may sol add apadal. ....... VMreeorasseldtaaaperasartela : ;1

", Cafrtnfey ef fluids political ..... I ..... .. : .- AI.'I'I1N "'!!" 1ad .
aetonce ....... Dr. Joie De- parfaer lamed Lsp ji'r' snare and people say bay dreg .... keares thel.wrhg. .
Ones resigned mill.siBsiMirte .. ;: I -. wool contribute Iheir awiey tossi ".... .... '...... NIall

become head ef as aeBtlcsl "bee I pal d loaf ........ mat ..... record slime II I. .. '
.... drpertmcnt si Florida htlrr delve ehirlhas e : 'lands to employes taHesd cite net cede roles far t..e seeress .....
Annie Uitersay ta Ilea I. th..1124A sd .'. Ins seedy ergsntxauans.Sea beams mum.. .... "'

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PEOPLE in the NEWS More About Weather.RouncluplloMUMMf Pearsall. Work

Tally City Budget ,


Briefly. .. From 'Page 1 -.' ..,.. On.Display Put in High GearBudget

j M
Lucl stepped up to the podium .0 .
when the students chantedfor ''Gainesville citizens will get studies went Into high Commissioners art finishing
[ her. II nicer ,.,,,, eleWy" Mrwel. we their! first official view of a portion gear u CIty Commissioners seta their review of the Utilities De-
"Can you hear me?" she :="'...:': .::.,':l'..":. coot, of the University of Flor Mrie of weekend sessions man partment Budget and have completed
........ ... '
IIKryMNe c1- elry ida's famous of the rest
asked Into the microphones.Then ten MlB .4. Pearsall collection : attempt to come up with a: Initial studies "
she added, "Wen maybe C Fair through Sat at thSjFlorida State Museum recommended! budget by Mon of the .... million budget rec-

you won't miss much if you urday. Low tonight upper today. day.Commissioners 1 ommended by the city: DWII,-
can't" 80s. 75 to 80.
High Saturday
met Thursday
A special exhibit,.'The Eski-
She spoke briefly, picking up North and east winds S to 1J moei" goes on display\ and Includes afternoon and night, 'wire er.Members of the commissionhlntm

the narrative of her mother's miles an hour.S artifacts of Eskomo culture scheduled to meet at 2 o'clock Thursday the mlllage total
speech. P.r'"y clause ""'...... this Afternoon and again. Saturday may go as high as 12 mills
"My greatest hope Is, we will ruse 1NMU" of rawer.. or Low J1 from N to IjW years. old this a two mID hike over
-10M 501. NIe.: M .. 7. M 'NN.rtMry morning to finish their year,
take this unique opportunity for /. wlnM N N ;; ...11. Mar' Various examples-of Eskomo budget atudy. the present IMnlll level.Accidental.

education we have had and face H 1 pelr INreue ""' '-IY. Ingenuity an evidenced by such I
Bill Green told
City Manager
to the responsibilities of the law te.Ie/w ... Nn.n 1 eerord.yerwM rJ;;.6 !
up Items "a
on display as dipper
ue .artnweet wkw.I
q. N.rm
cosnmlssloners the
future. In a few years, less than M II mils M ....,. w", ,,,.."" made of baleen, the filter material Thursday
tax rate must !be adopted
J Partly ctarty Hirtutk Si* : mfflage
we think, we are going to haveto
In a whale'a mouth snow
vrtw Clunc* t riwwtr tr KM.LM GAINESVILLE WEATHER Monday night ao tax bills
assume the power to lead *0iit N I* HI'* MHTMVMUM.
made of wood
.. .-MWliclpal': AIrport readings goggles or Ivory be for
vanes win* many mrm- can: prepared mailing by
this Strafing
nation on our own. All on II mMM M hwr which the from the
protect '
sit'! Ptrtty ctau tunuf"; lies for 24 hours to I a.m. today: eyes Nor. 1. "
our own
ttoiMf High" n at 4pm,, low 61 atse blinding snow and sun without
:tswmom 70. ,,, or.i
Gov. Farris Bryant Introduced Mlgk & .
use.of colored kayak
Sam ...* norttiMit. WIMI "Ie. 4 am. Rainfall .03 inches. the glass; a Killed 30
[Mrs. Johnson. He told the audience

II mllM M hour vaMPaaATuass SLIIWHIMt a canoe*. type boat ,designed

"Lyndon: Johnson is a man 14.1 t smerreri'' ALMANAC.. .... lie M ,..... jMUMIWllltNm,.. tilE Law)i ,..= designed for warmth to help and the a Eskimo bodkin Miller Aims SAIGON. South Viet Nam
: >m.IN
developed for tile presidency as =:. tmlgM ,::::::::: :m. x= N 77 :: .l0 with cold hands untie knots. (AP) WeJWnfonned military
though his life had been cut ::t7i.c..L. Oct. II OrMmlotM :: :: To Stem sources reported today that
for that pattern." .. YaM ? Other portions of the Pearsall Vietnamese air (orce fighters
During Bryant's remarks :a 1M"n.. III ........ 01 ...... CIIIc_ el' : : collection of North American Indian accidentally: strafed I large

huge Goldwater banner was JvMW,rkw..rim ::::;.,::::::. /.r: ..:::. Km* CHVCSOa M =b .54v.wy I artifacts are now oa display DefeatismQUINCY group of civilians: Just south of
raised In the audience and Gold- Meer ... slit .........." 1n ....... .7N.Oe.va warts 77 72 o at the Tampa Art Institute Saigon Sept. 17, killing 31 and
water supporters hackled: tbegovernor. MV TIDSS .... !AnpMMm 17 II and the Jacksonville Children's m. (AP) Rep. wounding 20.
.. :
Iotvr y H.... II "'.. .. .... /IN __ a 51 .w
[ ,. LW .t lea.m.. S'S 'M ....... MAIINa 'OIICAIT Museum. William E. Miller swung his
eutNw "-' SH .,HI. .* IA.T GULl'.r The attack was reported to
They were silenced by an approving ':4 Am, LN N ..... ..m..nd 11:17 wand, 1 1. WtI Mnu1N seineFiveDay' GOP vice presidential campaignback
roar of the crowd after ,.... .... ,..,. The remainder of the collection into the Midwest today, on have resulted from Intelligencethat

[Bryant pointedly reminded them la being stored in the Beagle a new mission for Pen .Barry sampans moving on a river
that one of America's precious ForecastOccasional Building until a suitable Gokfwater an effort to stemdefeatism 30 miles southeast of hart were

rights Is that of free speech. 1 showers with an normal' for this time of year place Is found for permanent my trend toward m carrying: VIet Congo trope. This

The 19-car Ladybird Special accumulation of an Inch or two Lows should range from about display. Republican ranks. I Intelligence proved false afteran
of the casual-
campaign train arrived two are forecast for most sections of 10 at Tallahassee to the middle The University acquired' the Miller's campaign -erato.., Investigation :

tAP rIr.MN.. t0 till sun, hours late at. about I p. m Florida over the next five days. 70s along the lower southeast late Colonel Leigh. M. Pear all's during appearances: .In'Missouri ties.The
Mrs. Johnson's party greeted coast between and Tennessee Thursday that civilians Instead .
: Highs arc usually fabulous collection: : last year reflected report :
Sheppards at 'Hearing about 2, 00 people at D'O a k DM Weather Bureau predicts 71 and tS. No Important through an anonymous donor GOP concern over the of Viet Cong had been

: Campbell football! stadium: then temperatures slightly. shove the day-to dsy changes are foreseen. who bought. it' for $150,000,, a effect of President Johnson's! i killed came to light In a report

;3na Samuel Sheppard. shown In a courthouse continued to the new Student fraction of the collectloD'sworth. claim that ha Is en route to a from the local province chief.
Union for main
the program More About record-smashing victory. Informants said the Vietnameseair
hallway after. Thursday' hearing In UJS. Circuit About 4. 0 .. people were ,
Court of Appeal. on a state motion that Dr. Shep- Jammed Into the Union with Miller entered a counterclaim force was taking steps. to
JILL STEARN& that Johnson's campaign .has avoid recurrence.
pCd be returned to prison to continue serving hia outside.: Some had waited
term for second degree murder., Sheppard. second up more to four hours to greet the Jill Kathryn Steamy Infant CopterFrom Computer passed Its peak and .Is on the Accidental: : strafing of civilians

wife, Arlene, abovt, ia with him. Sheppard was con- President's wife and daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barry downgrade, while Republican by air foret planes happens
vltted of killing hla first wife, Marilyn, In 1954. 1 Mn. Johnson's included G. Stearns died Thursday non- fortunes are' on the rise. frequently here but the September
party -
host of Florida's log at Alachua General Hospi! Page 1 Helps Judge In Nashville, Miller declared: Incident resulted In unusually -
AGAMBLE a political tal. Mr. Stearns, 'of' 1103 SW news for Lyndon John Ugh casualties friendly
leaders and their wives.
I Archer Road .Is an instructor at. landed the crippled helicopter and for any Democrats or troops also an occasionally hit
Jr. Albert.... developer ., Congressman and Mrs. D. R. Gainesville High School and bad Just stepped out when a Keep UpPITTSBURGH (Republicans who might be Influenced by accident: :
-of the oral polio vaccine! (Jllly) Matthews were among bullet killed the pilot. by his claim: to think

sayl his new project cancer those travelling with the FirstLady's 'More About Another helicopter: resold (AP) The' that we do not have a chance.:

research, "Is a gamble ...1 can't party.Introductions of the the surviving crewmen.: Ground wheels of Justice grind faster In "This la not a plebiscite: we More ,About

sayjrtiere we will end' up.'" honored During guests, an drew applause UN '. troops later drove the Viet Cong Allegheny County these days will hold strictly for Lyndon's
'"', must obtain the basic Florida thanks to a computer and a man benefit. There are millions of
except one palitical trm'rtmter FirmFrom
Nguyen Xhanh announced whose mind associates: say, Americana who wont carry a
knowledge of how cancer works personality: '
Democratic gubernatorial From Page 1 today that 20 officers: rubber stamp Into the polls... "
before wa can develop cure, and civilians: accused: of taking e' He added: "To our Republican
nominee Hayden Burns, who Charter any member two years, the brainchild
SaSLh told a news conference at part In the abortive Sept 13 friends across the land I Page 1
has charged there are "pinks In arrears shall be deprived of of Judge Henry Ellenbogen,
Montreal, where he spoke at and commies" In the state unlrsity its assembly vote. coup: will be tried next week for Vienna-bora president Judge of say '- don't pay the least attention -

fu .raising dinner of the .Jew- system, booed. The Soviet Union contends high' treason the Allegheny County Common to Lyndon's battle claims.He Some people closed there accounts
UOpptal that assessments ordered by the All could receive the death Pleas Court. knows he la slipping! or he because they didn't feela
assembly for the two penalty. wouldn't be out working so bard business like ours should."
MISSING jc ,* operations are Illegal The court with U Judges and to climb/ back up &the hill." AndTPbelpa said,-there were

fDelbert: 'C., LaFlemme, it, RifleToting.YoulU.Fjnds. because only the Security OounU 'Gall KM fulltlma employes, la the Miller, a New York congressman technical problems.
of has the right to Initiate and 'Topless'Capitalist' eighth largest metropolitan flew to Quincy Thursday "One time" ha said, "a Janitor .

war*mamber.UJLArmyhett-af the crew laance suqh.operations..L ... court,t tethejalted States., night and today starts a campaign got a check for $5,000 for two

F shot lA1 Wi'..... ii till 54.1 I The U.s. memorandum citeda 'plot'HONG Oppressed by the heavy backlog swing through Illinois, weeks' work. ,
down We-ANNULMENT Agents im opinion by the,World of civil cases such .as with! a side trip Into Indiana. "The question was whether a
I Court that the assembly .baa the KONG (AP) Chinese small company like ours wouldbe
Iday ln:;;Viet (AP) A plagues courts: across the country -
Typewroter heiress Gamble right to levy assessments for Communist have warned "the getting enough out of It to
(Nam. His ,... Homecoming float prop drew Ellenbogen ordered a studyof
of Socialist countries". HumphreyTakes "
youth to
Benedict 23 above won an I the peace opcrstlona. make It worth while.
lents were notiI tile rapid attention of a Secret the problem soon after be-
fled( in a tele- annulment. Thursday of her Service agent waiting for Mrs. Of the 19 counties that are beware of a new "imperialist- coming president Judge less When the decision waa made,

(gram that hewas four-year, marriage Lyndon Johnson to arrive Thursday two )'Iarllleblnd, Bolivia Para- plot"-th toptesa' bathing fIlL than two yean ago. Up the store's advertising firm was

[ missing.UFlemme to.x- night guar and Yemen are expected "We must heighten our vigilance He said ins need of a computer called on to compose the noticeto

[ of chauffer: Andre Officials. said' a young man 10 pay enough to avoid penalty. and guard against this to speed administrative customers.

I Salem, On,., P.rum bins- was spotted carrying rifle witha Hungary can get ahead by paying Imperialist plot which la being asks became apparent almost ,Sure States "We saw this as an opportunity "
LaFtenuM'. bad previouslybeen Hla first wife telescopic sight near the stadium Its assessment for the regukar latched in certain countries," Immediately. to appeal to humanness

awarded the Purple Heart Helms, UiU- where Mrs Johnson was budget assessments. But the, the official Peking newuper The computer operation be- By JOE BALL said Tom Faust an advertising

and Air Medal; according to his ed 6n Gamble's. scheduled to speak. Soviet allies Union and five the of Ukrs-Its Ta Kung Pen said. gan In October 1963 with an or- WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. man.
behalf. Duringher The agent who grabbed the der from Judge Ellenbogen that Hubert H. Humphrey heads Into
Ine Czechoslovakia Poland and It said the topless was degenerate
parents. testimony young man said the youth explained hereafter all attorneys .would New Jersey and Pennsylvania Masons PlanCelebration
Romania expected to be and ugly and "reflects the
Gamble described he was working 'under have to fill out special cards for for two of .
:.l> today campaigning :
her' still behind when the aching void in the of
p' the stadium on a foal for Sat- assembly hearts each c:.... Each attorney also in states Democnllllope to
husband as a Helms u r d a y'a Homecoming panda capitalist society.: was assigned a number. carry by .large margins Nov. 3.

lecher: a leech and a drunk and The unloaded rifle waa confiscated Since then the case backlog After a day'a rest, the Democratic The Royal Arch Masons have
said she had spent at feast UOO- for the night however.A starts.Today has been reduced by one-third vice presidential nominee scheduled a Zemibabal's Day

000 to support him during their spokesman for till Secret I,i History with the definite possibility It had a crowded schedule. today celebration for S p.m. SundayIn

marriage. Romanian born Po- Service termed the affair an soon may be eliminated.At and Saturday Including a noon- the Mount Carmel Baptist
rumbeanu, 31, 'did not contest I unfortunate Incident." the start fo the program, hour rally In Philadelphia, a Church.

the annulment., By THE ASIOCIA 'rRESS I In 1761, Yale College received there were 1,000 cases pending talk at Princeton University' a All Royal Arch Masons are

More About Today la Friday Oct. 9. the Its charter. Then are now 1,551. The time speech In Jersey City and a requested to attend n full re

PEACE SCAR ,mud day of .... There. are 13 In 1M7, Russia formally' lapse between when a cast is swing through the Philadelphia galia. All other departments of
Mini E. Steveasaa, U. S days left In the year. transferred Alaska to the United filed and when it Is finally settled suburbs covered Tuesday by Masonry and the public also
1 ambassador to the United Nations. School Sta_ I has been reduced from 3H GOP presidential nominee Barry are Invited to the celebration.

Is wearing a bandage on Today's highlight In history.On : In UH the St Clair River yean to two. I GoWwster.

,hla right hand. He says ha was From 1 this. date Jn. 1M4, King Bridge was dedicated at Port I Judge Ellenbogen said the Humphrey said in his speechat GunfireHit
wounded In a .battle to make Page 1 'Alexander I of Yugoslavia and Huron, Mich., and Point Edward computer enables the court to Princeton that President Border

peace. Moon proposed that the J board French Foreign Minister Ber- OntarioIn know In a matter of minutes the Johnson like predecessors by Winds

". received my wounds In spend, 115,410 for repairs In thou were assassinated by a 1)40 Winston Churchillwas complete history of any case franklin D. Roosevelt Harry S.

1 attempting to stop a dog fight," INKS, .".130 In 1MMI, and Groat student In Marseilles elected leader of the Conservative and In a matter of hours the Truman and John F. Kennedy JERUSALEM (AP) Syrian

M said Stevenson as he arrived HUH between n. and 170. Tsnce. party in Britain. complete. breakdown on the understands "that the presidency forces opened fire on an Israeli

+,ra [Thursday night at a reception: SUpt. 1:. D. Manning Jr. said On this date: In 1144, the Dumbarton Oaks number and types of cases: la our principal: link bindingthe settlement Thursday along the
I for President Dlosdado Maces.. the expenditures will be "a bars plan -for world security was pending or the number of cases, pest to the present, and the Syrian Israeli frontier. wounding

1,gal of the Philippines. "I think ,.In." made public. a single lawyer or law firm is present to the III...." one person slightly, an Is

his highlights the dangers of R would cost a half million Emergency Ten yean' ago-former UJ. u: I The presidency Is the only rasp army spokesman charges.
I peace keeping." dollars to build an equivalent Supreme Court Justice Robert the past the Judge said office In our constitutional system

> W.,.....*. M ... alai education facility," Manning Test Slated Jackson died of a heart attack such statistical information that holds together the
ia would have been Impossible toobtalkr divided of the
NEW SAINT? M.The. Washington. many parts executive
Ueaaag Uko be la all set toge .' c."Iq.Rom.n two reports by Moon and Simulated emergency tests Five years ago-The Council : 1 1I and that represents
eat fer the team, tweyeareU Rlcaard Catholic archbishop of: Allen were adopted. unanimous will be made this weekend by of Ministers of the former !I Charles Starrett Jr.. administrative the nation as a whole in the FUNERALNOTICES
Baghdad Pact I Issued a com assistant to Judge Ellenbogen International area," he salt
tel Bag sits. te his' crib beautification ly. members of the Gainesville I .
Boston says proceedings of amateur munique announcing a change said the Allegheny County Humphrey called Johnson "a
hospital. when heM to Society a group
at a Sentua. which may lead of game te Central Treaty Or system hi nnlojue hi that I born .lender" and said that under
radio operators.The
cider. erealsaaat far a de. I sainthood have been started for Takes Stepld ganisation or Cento followingIraq's follows a case from star(to fin- Jus leadership the 11th Con.
which broadcast ,
Boston's first bishop. group 11U. tune. Ja L.rel
ale kkal traetare.'Lfw helmet withdrawal ton. Computers an' la use In cress became "011I of the most wa.N s 4w cerw assn e.nese
Wee. Man The cardinal writing In the emergency messages during President Ken other cities bo said, mainly to productive Congresses since e buss .een Ir.w ...
ttrfts la prated One
archdlocesan sa On School the last two hurricanes, will year haw Iree.o c.. 5* M eels ..tM
newspaper nedy authorized a 1H0 million record phases of cases or Isolated Woodrow Wilson took the beau w MMbr, 1A
farther hjvy wane reeever. the process baa been started to have a display tent at the corner law :: J..r.ww ..:= N...
such fee after his HU election
wheat sate to Soviet Russia statistics as *
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keg: H* tippled backwardsfreni Franca for Bishop John Chav Accrediting of Depot and S. E. 2nd the computer: then I .. 5eas* cheat .s..e1.se.r51rl.
thus the for sate Despite =
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bank eta bed Frenchman who Street and will send free messages a.nr w w
the affar eras, a native little effect on employ ...
of wheat to other Soviet bloc baa Ie,1.Ie. -.r 50aa
at his hens lad week. came to Boston to ITM. Action was token by the anywhere to the U. S. ment according to Starrett. Book Sale Sew _... .sere., 5"iA:
countries. are ne..w
School Board Thursday to give members practice opportunities ::: .:::
Employee who used to have to 004.5.5 ,1 54 Mess
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evaluate elementary schools m testing emergency

Student Poses As Spy .In the county aa a preliminarystep facilities. HospitalizedColumnist dig.these through IJItIa.the files to..compile been Has Profit

towards seeking accrtdt- The test win be heM Saturday the i iNII'
I I trained ta ma computer. Gahseevill. Sssm2t4e
ton for the lacaadary and Sunday
Judge Ehnbogea graduated
Snaps Pictures of GatorsA schools. WASHINGTON (APDoris from Dvonesna University Law Of, 81,900 "

The board approved a, two Free Political Ftoeson, nationally syndicated School and went into private s..w..r. -a---
Alaba'ma year study u a move toward I political columnist listed to The recent three day used ..
student photographer per ...... He produced an was practice: ia Pittsburgh. He
card !In proof. accreditation with the Southern fair eoMttUoa'early today at the tarred three terms in Congress boot sate promoted' .by .the e-: ... ... 101 1
big as a University of Alabama identification Association of Schools and Colleges Prisoners linen. .... n.....
under further Washington Hospital Center. troB-ua anlfl his election him Friends d the Gainesville Fable rilevwe.ee es MOm.d den
apy.Iwaa nabbed !by Universityof Later pee AP) !She suffered. an attack: of high to his ant It-year term oame Library shoved a SUN profIt c.:: li 4Pi. 0Iftae esandulAT10N
Florida campus police Wednesday ....... by head Gator Ray Alachua Ceualy's high' BONN. Germany baa released( M- blood posse while covwinf Common Pleas bench. ; sale. cxKbaknnei Mrs. BfflyBnshear .. .

after snapping several Graves, Davidson. admitted be schools already an accredited East Germany srtsonm Mrs. Lyndon Johnsonl wbssOtstop Of tha asa of. a computer lal and Mrs 1 0. Cat 1A1II n I
German political
student He but not the elementary West court work .the. Judge said: spew, said today. MAS .
shell of a Gator grid practice was a UF reportedlytold schools. Last the SA la return far Wee a.c'dlle. .- moo vain .... CMr.A
MM wen year and Mia Fleeaoa got ell the beuevt wo an an the Ihnshhold The sate jnceedswffl enable. P ..... .LsSM .
pictures butter
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Of W NW IWi Ter. taken fir ..." schools also wen accredited other aaadad loods.Aa -Lady Bird SpecialWednes of a gnat and basic.-reform, hi he library to purchase new .. .. '

waaapprshsaded while photo- Davidson, who wan't charged by INS, high schools would efflctol of the All.( ermu day at Charlotte, N.f;". alice court hnMstnBoe IIoob. II eseM-jt.ie,.
here commercial ataa Mora than Mat basks were l ISle .....
said. t the deal by : MM
Affairs Ministry :
drills bee their accreditation.
tilt through shohHn "What could wecharge
; granting !by polka ( : 1 sold dura tile event which Is 0 .,
Her husband former Secretary *
minion marts ,
Involved several .
will Involve
The action
t. tilt badge. surrounding him with. ?," one officerlasted self-study by the efementerv earth of commodities. A mark of the Navy Dan A. KJm- From IM to 1080 the alms he tthaaaaal sale sponsored we MIer eew4. -M we -sees-.0

: = erg till role ofMdeever I ), faces possible died schools followed by sa evaluation is worth S cents. ball said Thursday night she tier of students. graduating from 'by Ike ?--. The Btenturr ::::I.r:-:. :. =

ftIdMI,0gst. at first !old I''plmary action for presenting a !by an outside committee: The spokcaasaa said (be East I I would remain is the BMpttol a, Florida' high schools each year was ceOectsd by r volunteers -. ---M an..e.n1r.L.. -

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}'OLLOWING-- ---- 4d TV A Is Not for Sale .' I I THEY DIDN'T ALL f=:


Says Johnson in Tenn. I JFK

; The Campaign .. LOS ANGELES (APA sago[ In Baltimore And who was
O ,woman Wed past the books In woman?
EN ROUTE WITH JQIINSON guided us for generations to new rotectwn against harmful'the touring exhibit of memorabilia I Hamilton said It was Eunice
(AP) President Johnson;heights of greatness or nods and drugs, and change'I' from the John F. Kennedy,Shriver,' sister of the lat.
hoisted a "not for sale" sign whether they want to tear down social Security In a'way that Memorial Library then asked President. *::
Johnson's' Playing Footsie over TV A today as he Invaded'all we have worked to achieve." would wreck It." sharply: "Are you lUre all of I '
and Johnson's second Saying"I to offer a the President
Kentucky Tennessee with a Nashville was come you these belonged to I
claim that the major campaignIssue scheduled stop of the day ifferent choice" the President ?" Afghanistan Is building a net
Is whether to build up or between visits In Louisville.Ky. save this recital of his lOlls "I ,work of modem roads to link
With Soviet Says BarryLOS tear down. ., and New Orleans. And as offer you the same responsible"I "Oh, yes," a guard assured I Kabul with the Khyber Pa sand (
Johnson in this third day of a the center of TVA country, It government which cut taxes and"her. "They were all treasured,"' and other "landmarks el'Kipling -
six-day circuit through 11 was the logical place ,to talk cut the federal budget the!possessions of Mr. Kennedy. He country.
ANGELES (AP) Sen. made In a speech prepared for by Johnson reported this at P.s! I I kept them on his desk Just as
states, emphasized a question about the fate of that sprawling same responsible governmentthat
Barry Goldwater cam back the World Affairs Council million, but Republicans insist believes child das the they are now and referred to
on which he and Republicanrival network of dams, power plants every
today to the state where he Goldwater Is pinning most of this is far too low noting that Barry Goldwater clearly and fertiliser factories. I right to a n education the them constantly.".
nailed down the Republican his hopes of winning vital California some estimates run as high as
are divided the future of the Goldwater has talked of same responsible government "
Well.. she laid, pointing to a
nomination to accuse President with its 40 electors $14 million. I
federally that Is determined to end
depression-born Tennessee Valley -'selling some 0( poverty
Johnson of "danger- votes, on a "get out the vote"drive volume of poems by Robert
playing a The second step is to suggest Authority. owned facilities and once sounded all over our land the same
game" of coexistence with by his supporters in Frost, "this one wasn't hn It's
that Johnson is
covering up of that
wanted responsible government
And the President used this as if he to dispose
:the Soviet Union. sprawling Los Angeles County. mine. I lent It to him"Awkward
scandal within the administration. -Issue to emphasize a broader;them all will work to extend our abun- I
The GOP presidential candJ" !- Denison Kitchel, his campaign Goldwater mentions the campaign argument that lie, "I am not going to sell TVA," dance to all who are willing to silence followed
date sought to stir his California director credited Goldwater'svictory Bobby Baker and Billie Sol would baUd on the present In said Johnson. "No matter how work for it-the same responsible Then the woman added: "But I life CiI11RenNe::
| precinct followers into the kind, over New York Gov. Estea cases st almost every search of a better future whereas much they offer no matter government that will meet Jack never returned a borrowed i -Iqat IIItIoMCcl..lltwc
]of action that gave him a victory Nelson A. Rockefeller In the opportunity. in his view his opposition how much they want for it no the new problems of a growing book In his life. So I guess you .
II in the June 2 June primary largely to the In Texas Thursday, Gold- =
J" presidential wants to "repeal the present matter what names they call It merlca can say It was his!
primary. He lashed out at the efforts of hard-core SupportersIn water urged Democrats to and veto the future." I'll never sell the TV A." Johnson turned South after Contact mi todqtz:
Democratic President as a man rolling up an Impressive Los abandon their party and Join the Johnson. In a speech preparedFor He went on"In the first touring Indiana and Ohio where The Incident was revealed
who was afraid to take the risk Angeles County vote. Republicans. He said their par- an audience in Nashville place, it doesn't belong to me h. told a Democratic dinner In Thursday; In Los Angeles by 117 N.CE
i ''uf standing up to the "That's the way we won the ty has gone over to socialismand Tenn., said It belongs to the people of the Cleveland that he regards his I Maxwell Hamilton,i director of 16th
,nists. Commu-I primary and that's the way they would feel "more com "I believe this Is a time to upper Soul It belongs to the I opposition as wanting to repeal Information for the exhibit, who AftcPhenoTZZ
we're going to carry Californianext fortable" if they made the and veto rather than build. said tt occurred several day I'
"In defense of month" Kitchel said build up. And that Is the main people of America i .! ,
If ever the boundaries of the I change. issue of this campaign Johnson said that "the same FKenHhir20444IT::
Goldwater himself obviously ,
free world are to be enlarged "The issue is whether the voice that urges us to sell TVA l AIR CONDITIONING ,
believes that he is changing the
\there will always be risk" he Paper SwitchesTo American people want to continue also says we should withdraw
said. minds of some voters by his to build our nation on those from education eliminateour Can ui for quick .if ici.nt sir condition- -.

"* "But submit that the greater campaigning.Kitchel accepts Neither at face he value nor GoldwaterBARTOW policies and principles that have farm programs, reduce our, R E PA I R Ins er "heeler Trained wvice.C .ncI..IM'lenc.d' Ralph TwtoiftiiTAT

risk, In the face of Communist the polls which show Johnson In e Radio dh alCh.d trucks Mrvke manS
Iaggression, Is to do nothing the lead In almost every sectionof (AP) The Polk Burns Is Dem Rtawnobl rotes .C 24 of Hour MrvlcaStrvke :"
a Loyal e en all pokes equipment '
still worse, to submit and, the country.It County Democrat Thursday endorsed Alt AMMlcAM I, PAR .
,worst of all, to seek neW and Is their belief that a great I Barry Goldwater for Ph. 376.O1XO HIATtNG AI. area-. :..:= .arra !!
illusory accommodations with many people who are going to president, the first time in its 'From Top to Bottom' COMDITION.M. co.
an antagonist that has never vote for the Republican nominee 33 year history that it has '
retreated an Inch from a resolute Just aren't saying so at this Jacked a Republican for political TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gubernatorial rode the special train into Tal
purpose that contemplatesthe point. They contend private office. I candidate Haydon lahassee. ENJOY A
- destruction of our world. polls show the number of voters The Democrat which lists Its Burns reaffirmed his loyalty to Burns told a voter group In ,.
"01 all three scores the who class themselves as undecided politics as Independent Democratic Marianna earlier that he was ;
(present administration Is play.. is increasing, rather than found "strong paradox I the Democratic ticket "from top not the campaign: manager for ::
lag a dangerous game filled decreasing as the election' 's" in the careers and speeches to bottom" and Joined the pret- the national ticket of Johnson HEARTY NOON LUNCH
i ;'with risks for American security nears. 'of both candidates and said it dentlal campaign train of Mrs and Hubert Humphrey. ...

and for the hopes of freemen Part of the Republican strategy 'would prefer that this nation's Lyndon Johnson briefly Thursday "I am not repeat not, the ORAFTERNOON ,
y: everywhere for a Just is to play up the fortune next president had a political I night. 'campaign manager for anyone,"
| jpeace" that Johnson has accumulated philosophy closer to the middle he said. But he added that he
!ijjjK,, Goldwater's attack on John- during his political career. A II road than either Lyndon Johnson The Democratic nominee, was supporting the ticket SNACK 1
'i..'. International policies was;national accounting firm hired or Barry Goldwater." along with other Democrats, throughout ,


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By JAMES! MARLOWAP bid for power by factions which In Viet Nam Neither has producing one Item of proven has been firing back at Inten.1

News Analyst oppose all that both parties produced any positive solutions wrongdoing and is now sugges but now with election AND'STEAK ROOM'I
have supported"The Both Insist they would be ltanehguardl.n. I BAR
r. (AP) Neith against Communist,lag It's up to public officials to Four weeks off. he's '
their Innocence. ing In earnest.
main In all prove "
candidate In this presidential question as
encroachments, although no OPEN DAILY AT 11:00 A.M.
lasn't tied scandal to Coldwate
1 has uttered a truly presidential campaigns, Is: presidential candidate could There's no reason to think the '
; phrase. It may turn Which man do the voters have promise less.Goldwater. be but suggests disaster.his election would tone or' the themes of either I 520 S.W. 2nd Are. Octant .f Free. Parklnf ''4' ;
'1 to be one of the most nonin- more confidence in? Each of the a I man will become more lively. ore : f, J t.. ",
|f Intellectual in history. candidates therefore insists more recently Some of Coldwater's favorite Jghbmln. 7: '
** But that's not he's the reliable one found a new theme: He ehargedJohnlOn' .. i
topics, all of which be has caned y '.J I ,'t...t > d' 4Jf" V' '
the only reason In ,the course of this' Gold- being "soft. administration with" Issues are crime "slaughter In I,. ,: ".) 1 '
for the duunsti --I water, labeled "Impulsive" by on communism. the streets* moralityIn government
of It President I Again Johnson downgraded the control 01'nude to
It's not he ,
the Democrats says notion by suggesting Goldwater it*' i ..' r I J
Johnson and Johnson who Is "impul weapons, the Viet Nam wa,
' Sen. Barry News sive but Johnson tries to diminish think about It and then drop the and whether "we take the paUl t

Goldwater have Means Goldwater's importance by subject to socialism," How Much Jewelry Hive y'T'T

e in talked mostly I dismissing him as "reckless." The Social Security system Goldwater has been saying aD t
generalities became an Issue- or at least
with the main themes stated so This Is hardly an exciting these things for weeks JohnsonPROPANE

early and monotonous.A repeated. so often.they're ,I dialogue.of Both how men the whole apparentlyaware thing He talking suggested got point a bad making-reaction after Goldwater voluntary and now You Really Bought Your Husband? I IGORDON'S

drags, have tried a touch of the !
nationwide survey by The Both rememberin both men protest they want to
Associated Press found a broad spectacular. to to strengthen It I II LP. Gs Selection is Complete.
1951 by promising go .. 1
either I "
lack of enthusiasm for Korea If elected. Johnson says prudence and '
candidate. Former President :
nrogress are the watchwords of
Dwight D. Eisenhower asked If Now Goldwater says hell his administration. Goldwater I HOTTU THAN
he thought the candidates and send Eisenhower to South Viet Insists he Is "preoccupied with NATURAL OAI at SENSIBLE PRICES!
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their running-mates 'were getting Nam If he's elected although he p.. ce." Goldwater has Cook Heat Wotor
, too persons), said last didn't ask Eisenhower how he drummed 1
t- week: "I don't know. Some felt about IL And Eisenhower: that the away"shadow on the of suggestion scan Low Coat .... .... ':

thing's wrong. It's confusing. I hasn't said If he'd go. I dal" b over the White House. ,
can't define the Issues." FR 6.5110 \
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THE SUN'S POLICY Ol ... *......."._, .".r>..M...... ,-" The other day Senator GoUwater charged that the Johnson
; Administration was "soft on communism," and the exasperation
1. R.port the newt fully and i impartially hi the new columns. was world"wide. Ogawd-here-we-go-again, they all said,
2. Express the oplnloni of tfIe Sun In-but only' In-iditonolfc,
when Joe
SocialismOr summoning the memory of the early fifties McCarthy
3. Publlih oil aides of controversial luun.
Important f.
and Dwight Eisenhower were charging the same kind of

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 { .. enson.thing about Harry Truman and Dean Acbeson and Adlal Stev-

Good yM s.l. io f The American political public his a nervous political ear.

aKOh ypY s+ .. We tire easily of repetitious slogans even as we tire of lyrical
Needed Federal Criminal Laws fir" jingles however catchy, and no matter how passionate our
love affair. Mairzy-doats-and-doazy doata-and-little lambs ea-
Sense? 'l'r. divy. America-ls softon-communlsm. The life expectancy Is
Congress did not need the Warren u.s. authorities have no clearly de- about the same in both, cases.A .

Commission report to inform it of fined jurisdiction to investigate the New York Notes Within

the serious cap existing in federal assassination of a president la anom- a few weeks the first groupof PROFESSIONAL student of political propaganda informs

law that results In treating the assassination olous." Unlike some of the bills, 1,000 unemployed men and me that the Anglo-Saxon's distinctive impatience with the tireless

of a president or vice which would make it a federal crimeto women, including a high percentage repetition of anything at an tends both a) to shield us
of school dropout from the ravages of the Big Lie (we become bored before It
president as a purely local crime. A attack the President, vice-presi '
will go>> to a state provided sinks In), and b) to militate against our success as political

number' of congressmen moved to dent, president-elect, vicepresidentelect school They will begin with -_ ._ ......... propagandists (we are not persistent enough). He cited the
close the gap soon after the ,Ken members of the cabinet, congressmen carefully prepared and evaluated 1. Voice of America's performance In Latin America as compared

nedy assassination by introducing, and chief justice, the War- remedial program in to the Communists', after the affair of October 22, 1912.
recommends reading, writing DRAG RACE We pounced on the opportunity. to demonstrate the beWaerencaTHE
Commission arithmeticand
legislation to make it a federal ren n -

crime Congress has taken no action that attacks on the President and found spelling.the The state has had of the sneaked Soviet Into Union Cuba, which mid

and in all likelihood the country- must ,vice-president be covered by. 'federal ey-IU million necessary- to finance mon- WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST dle range missiles with atomic

sow wait several more months for ,law. this pilot project in human warheads, and broadcast the

the law to be changed. and economic rehabilitation.If events day and night The

The Warren Commission made no Communists jumped to demon-
men and
women be
can ,
Present law make it '* federal recommendation on tightening up the trained to do work the cost He Knows strata their Innate peacefulness .
the Deck I as witness their will
'crime to attack or murder federal federal Firearms Control Act. ,But less will be less than that of job ingness to withdraw those

judges, U.s. attorneys, F.B.I. agents, the commission's account of the cue themselves persons and unable their to sustain famil missiles when President Kennedy

postal inspectors, Secret Service officers I with which Lee Harvey Oswald was ies. The State Labor Depart.. O Nm fork dlmrj an Insider In the Congress, plays them and calls them Instituted his blockade.

customs agents and various able to obtain a mail-order weapon'with' ment and the City Education By JAMES RESTON almost from the first For as carefully as a good quarterback All of Latin America laughed -

employees of the Departments of Interior -a fictitious name makes it obvious Departments will work with WASHINGTON President nearly 30 years he has been calla signals.PRESIDENT during the first few weeksat

and Agriculture. Murder of ,the that the law is so ,weak as to established federal agencies Johnson's ability to get his talking and drinking with the the utter Impudence of

chief justice of,the United States is be useless for carrying out its intended In what Increasingly becomea program through the CongressIs senior for them members In their, campaignIng KENNEDYwas the Communist propagandists
pattern of districts a detached man. claiming credit for
recognised withdrawing
necessary coop by political -
;a federal crime only if the attempt purpose ofcurbing'thi; sale of eration. It Is not socialism-: parties bare, but there Is still visiting with them and their He talked to the legislators missiles they themselves

Sis made while he is performing his weapons to dangerous persons. A but good Americanism. much confusion about how he families. too but his way was had Introduced in the first

duties. Attacks on the President. realistic bill to strengthen the law does it Unlike Kennedy, he loves his own. He would call a Senator place. It was as though Hitler

vice-president, cabinet members and has been Introduced and has been GOVERNOR ROCKEFELLER One explanation, to use "the game." It Is not a part to his office. He would had applied to the Nobel Committee -

members of Congress art violationsof supported by government officials described the program, Tommy Corcoran's phrase, Is of his life, It Is his whole explain his purpose clearly for a medal on the

local law, with the result that the' and sportsmen's groups, but the novel In scope In its attackon that the President "knows the life; his work and his sport and precisely and express the ly grounds that he had voluntari
that stopped
illiteracy. "Without senator could slaughtering
such Jews
local prosecutor handles the case, measure remains bottled up in com corrective training, the disadvantaged deck. He knows the value of He doesn't separate politics go along with him. after the five millionth.
card. He knows from
every the policy or even from family -
state criminal law applies and local mittee.It .
cannot hope players Intimately. And he but mixes them all together President Johnson does It
officials have the chief responsibilityfor to break the chain of Illiteracy WE, BY CONTRAST, after
works at It night and day. which was what he differently. He takes time for
safeguarding. the rights of the is regrettable that more than 10 that links" one generation All the popular notions of was doing Tuesday when be such adventures. He stage-- I a u week bjecta.or two The turned to other

;'accused.As months after, President Kennedy's to the next, the Governor Johnson the "armtwister"and sent Mrs. Johnson off whistle-- manages them. He Is likely stubbornly Communists,

assassination,. these two obviously said. "We must first help the the "wheeler dealer" stopping through the South. to invite to the White House on and on,, humorlessly week after kept
disadvantaged, regardless of while partly true, debase and Ironically, even Johnson's not only the senator but lb.Ilftltor'l week,
the Warren Commission report needed pieces I of legislation remain age, to acquire the basic month after month droning
distort a much intricate success in wife and while
more getting things she
puts it, "A state of affairs where unenacted."Voice : tools the three R's of the delicate is their untruth. In a matter of
and positive art done perpetuates the Illusion going through the house time, the
world of work. expert informed
:.: that he Is a political manipulator with Mrs. Johnson the President the Communists me,
Students will progress according THE: PROBLEM Is to know who somehow lacks In. will "visit" with the senator In actually succeeded

to ability., Training where the wires of power lie, tired In things of the mind. on a dozen topics for South America convincing that much of
win be provided In the following who are the key men, what Yet the Intellectual requirements hours before getting to the been the they had :

of; .the People fields: Automat I ve one group wants that another of mastering the political point of the occasion.To peace-loving. heroes

services, building maintenance opposing group can be persuaded art are enormous. Then he will argue his case.
,.. bookkeeping stenography to accept and a third He will know It by heart He' be soft on communism
I costume jewelry' equip. ', Is tolerate BE NOT will defend means to me to take
group likely 110", ONLY has to master it until any opposition measures
On,The Sun's Opiniol\lag!.- i mat and material"checking, however 'cmwlJll lI1:" r legislation and men but from the senator win against communism less rigorous

", electronics, food preparation This Involve ,whole lot h the has to know their districts seem like treason or worse. than those that the na
0.....M md txiKs'tH tf Sue ntaf ere vibwM. to HM Vtlte l the Fe*;to eeIs"',.. UttnjMMt and service and hospital and more than "twisting arms" and states, their strengths and Then he win expound on all ture and threat of communism
k* sieved M4 beer MM .....'. MrM*. N..,M Will bt withheld If N .....*.. A ..... ihwMMI Institutional care, ,among and "knocking beads weaknesses their his troubles from Viet Nam demand. By that standard
together ,
...... JOO wend m4 meet *. written M ...Iy sae tU .. the MS**. PMdv MM* ha m... The other vocations. supportersopponents nothing to
I** N.W.M the Isle It nlMt wf bMw w ta ....... N. wit..... .....1.. she wNe'e MM*** "" r f though these political back_ home, their and the Congo to Cuba and obvious than seem me more.
........ classes will De held in nigh gymnastics help. It Involvesa ambitions and their fears. Mississippi and finally ask that this 1..1r .r
schools. Counselors of the mastery of the details of President Johnson knew that the exhausted rigor shootathro ih-our pol
lltlcal sclenco courses at the gin, that they have until Saturday .: poor man on Idles
Not 'Tripe'But University And I feel that October, II, to apply 'state employment service will a vast variety of UHa. It requires he had to have Harry Byrd's his way to the door: "Can I at borne and abroad.At .

this book Is not wen docu for their absentee ballots for provide job counseling.: Once great knowledge of every cooperation If not his vote to count on )'ouT" home the long stretch In

Half-Truths mented. People with better the Important November 3 courses have been completed parliamentary'rule and get the tax bill out of the our maladministration of internal .

training than I'could and election. students will be given aptitude trick In the book. It demandsan finance committee. He s o o n BY SUCH TACTICS and security merely suggested

EDITOR, Sun: "We have a should point out the fallacies This Is tests and permitted if Intuitive understanding of learned that the thing could many others, he got his tax by our failure last week
third force In American poll- In It election for a all very Important qualified to take various spe- human nature and enough ex- not be done If he didn't agree cut and Ms civil rights bill, to prosecute Russian spies, by

tics today. .This Is why It's I would advise those of of us and it Is cialized courses It Is anticI- perience to know what arguments In advance to keep his budget his porerl y bin and a lot the hush-hushing of the Otep-
that take this you our obligation as citizens of a' pated that some will not have win below the $100 billion A ka
Important we who are about to read this free nation to Mlv- move one man but more. year ago, the political Case by the suppression
election seriously Its not book to read the last chapter ual votes. csst our the proper motivation to not another, and precisely mark so he cut the budget scientists were wonderIng of Golanlewskl, by the scan-
which Neglecting this Important make them ready for employment when to and In and whether President dais
Important to party you first *o you can get Storm- obligation weakens speak when to Byrd's presence got Kennedy surrounding the National
belong If you believe Inputting er's bias sad prejudices. our Guidance counselors of be quiet ._ the bin out on the floor. was going to be overwhelmed Security! Council
a stop to the ever democratic system when ours the New York City Board of John Kennedy did not "know and broken In a kind
Stormer In
supporting Gold- is aWl a government of thelunge Education will work with the dock He was not at an satisfied IN FOREIGN
and of civil with the Congress affairs
growing governmental octopusin water, Is trying to show reasons frankly, be did with the bin it war we are
Washington This Is. Coldwster ,people then. not like the execuUve-congres- poverty as and they were writing Impotent while our students go
why should be
the revolt of the people the elected. Since Goldwater that If you will not be alonal game. It irritated him came to him from his excess'live ominously about paralysis of to Cuba to Communize with I

little man People from radical conservative and Is a m Michigan to vote November ACCORDING TO'' the Gov- to spend hours wheedling' advisers. He knew Instinctively the American system of divided Castro and our scientists
that he would lose
every section: every class, every has not been such President ,I that before October n you ernor's announcement, approximately votes out of the proud and powers. make pacifist propaganda In
a of voters unless he
age, have enlisted In this from either In this ;I write your city or township 149,001 young powerful chairmen of the com one group In ten months Johnson has Prague. We train Indochinese
party ,clerk and request an application people are entering the labor eliminated some parts of the military men In how
mittees. He to
revolt and we are In for the Stormer show was not ruDy anInsider changed all this. Now the pedagogues sup
century, must for absent voters ballot market ta 194 and IllS In bill and another group If hedldn'I press anti-Communist
duration, knowing that It win the "club" even his movements -
all ere analyzing
that has
take a profound effort to happened In the complete It and return It to New York City! about M.OOO when he was a member of add something.... Accordingly victories speculating about In Malaysia, send wheat
pest decades Is anti AmerIcan the same clerk by ..D. win be school dropouts .The he directed: the to Russia to cushion the
break the grip which we are sU administrations and Senate. He was his domination of the convention people
under." have; past Thank you very much.GEORGE Governor went en to add a back-bencher, who never changes before be let U go and wondering !how the against the reality of Man.1st .
operated stupidly or Hill and
to the wrote
that the for some agriculture send
figure nonwhite ; whole
quite lost the new boy's deference
The above paragraph Is s even were communistic. ROMNEYr of them himself. poor Republicans are going to drugstores
"carefully documented com GovernorPrecedent unemployed youth Is very for the elders of the get enough seats In Congressto to Cubs endless
Every now and then i be hints supplies to Poland
pilation" of statements. Whole high. Congress. This Is what Is meant by keep him from unbalancing money to
that conservatism might be Weekly training allowances "knowing the deck." He has the whole Nasser with which to subvert
the speaker? Is he a Communist two-party sys .
able to save us. He says be will be to the JOHNSON In anti Communist governments
agitator or dupe advocating paid trainees contrast, was every card marked and he tem.
Informed organize and set to qualify under provisions In Israel and Yemen,
the American peopleto ". .They (American people of the Federal Manpower withdraw money from antiCommunists .
out the
get support ) can nominate and elect ta Laos whistle
Communist party? What lethe good Americans I 1...." Development Act and TrainIng Poll Tries Store while a wan goes up ta Ber
"revolt" Is this the world Sample
he has
Since condemned the ,
Those selected for train-
Communist revolt of the "little put five administrations, that Runs Against lin.Of
men" "to break tag win be : course we are soft
of s capitalistic society leaves only Goldwater without the State Labor Department s eel t*. VMi TfcM services of an expert In family pars marked either "L B J"or communism. But we musnt on

? a tinge. Bobby Division i of Employmentwhich NEWYORKThelaleotIhough psychology or clan mores "Goldwater." put It that way the slogan
He even nukes a subtle call win also provide job highly unofficial-re to determine the validity of Storekeepers say they have was winded ten years
No It Is none of these for for donations: "Politics activity fit New vere ...... placement services for the turns from a carefully selected the sample-youngsters with been unable to detect any socioeconomic Senator Goldwater must ago.find

although taken directly froma even on the precinct graduates.The population lamp)* hi north- a liking for five-cent bubblegum differences In a new formulation ta order
speed; by taking them out level, hvolves money. As you NEW YORK-New York project Is designed to era Ulster County-a normally cigars. The cigars are their customers. In other make his point

of their contort and making evaluate costs, remember that Slate has shown a strong distaste train 4.. dlaadvantag e d Republican upstate New being sold from Identical words ss far as the man behind

little hints as to what they rampant Inflation cones to to this century for political youths mostly dropouts; and York area-show Lyndoa B. the cash register knows THE NERVOUS ear abhors
mean., I bare altered draaUcaUy > America your savings win be > dynasties. And Robert 1000 jobless or underemployed Johnson leading Barry Cold- boxes displayed side by side no rich kid is buying 20 a cliche. The only reason we

the original Mea put worthless." Kennedy, seeking a Senate adults. water by I to 1. on general-store counters In "L B J" cigars at a clip Justto are permitted to r e p e a t the
forth by the speaker.This I don't eaU It treason or seat, hopes to win statewide It will probably take the transparent cellophane wrap make his man took good. phrase Our Father Who Art ta

paragraph Is an excerpt tripe I can it a politically.oriented .' acceptance that was denied NEW YORK STATE has Heaven Is because It Is a
from "Address .It IItJO.4t one-sided Justification Theedere Roosevelt Jr. moved to meet
boldly a problem er, not a slogan. D one were
to Democrats for Cold- upon distorted facts far Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., Robert common to an states and POTOMAC FEVERBy running for office ta Americaon
water Ladles Luncheon by the election of GoIchr...: F. Wagner Jr. and Robert cities-of whatever lisa. One thai Biblical pnoasUta

Howard McKtoney, Mayer.Commi.looer Lest I be misunderstood. I M. Morgenthau. of the very grave dangers of JACK WILSON Cowlea Washington Bureau one would have to change it

Gainesville, am not condemning the book Young Teddy la UM sought time Is that a substantial around
our Harpo Han left estate of $ million. Shows what do every season or se.
Florida of which I aa if
copies you can you keep
became It OftMwaV ta unseat Gov. Alfred The
supports segment of the pubUc Is obsessed Democrats: .. this,
>> mouth shut and the
your pull right strings.
obtained from the GoUwaterheadquarters.
There Is B.: Smith but failed which Is
er. nothing harmful by 101 win UM Use that today why we have campalgned .
n trying to build a need tar IN ...... F. D. R. Jr. opposed *! problems are not real snccesshehj. for the
Presides Jokasoa .ta phased wit* the 84th Congress.
This Is Just a crude, five- Jacob passed his pet bin,
candidate. But I wan K. Javlts for somehow New Deal the Fair
your mat they are a Deal tbe
tribute example of how one the tax cut, and II'-..... hta_u...t, Bobby Baker.Federal .
against taking this book as an attorney general in 19S4 and product of liberalism or ofpolitics. New Frontier, the Gnat So-
can take accurate statements accurate relating of the facts. lost by 173,000 votes, while the ." dear: sad tomorrow The Big
carefully document them and Half-truths mis- rest of the Democratic slate workers complain that the Democrats are tapping them again for Bwaerhood. And
am Just U They are not New York so need to
distort *e truth, arriving at fading as lisa. was winning. State and City, have acted. fired campaign IIIOH,. It'a the war on unemployment' nobody wants them to get go on from IbeteS giveM
fake ---. This essenUa9y'ls something they didn't give
L. JONES Robert F. Wagner Jr. ran But most states lack bout the free pOs for ev nervous
: what the author of for ahead of the Demo- ears.resarmel'lmla.
"Hen* Dare Call R Treason" critic bnagtaiaUoo. the knowledgeand Fifty swvee las Genau cocas*, tarovgk .. waIL
tilt kt ds sad
the win to move to meet alleviate gist
'GovernorUrges have beets teHbf far smiwtya
has .... I state ta Ml as ho sought to M yeara all to surface
historian what Is a present Inescapable fic
-I am not a po- follow his father to the Senate problem. Slums grow. .
Utfeat scientist W 'have I
Voting but aWl hewed by 431001 Resolutions deplore violence.
sport: lout years' gathering votes to Javlts. Former Secretary Goldwater says minority groups' are running the country today. Too :, ';
But moat dues slates
ayeetbesis.M know, little pressure groups like the Poles and Swedes and the Kegroee and the
faets to prove my EDITOR. Sun: I would like of the Treasury Henry apathetic, even torpid. Republicans to trainee:
I/do read aewtpapen of to take this opportunity to remind Morgtntbau's
tan Robert, Their cost win be greater. -or I yes prefw,
evpodngflews.eoJuesawtjwitft. Michigan residents vacationing trailed by 521.001 votes as New York Slat and City may,
oppssmf views, and .lave In KlorkU and stillregistered Nelson Rockefeller won re. and are RuMba tope aelxe cameras freaa three US. attaches b Siberia. Abawt tfasM diet to sktoesffse breaks eaWy -;

taken some history. sad .po- to volt ta KkU- election as governor ta INI ample.providing- leadership ex s mebodrdU aeethlsg Ie these gigs who MY -c... ever Ie. ..v M.e said beet I aid retire tfcm yws,
at say, color ......." fig"q Sh .

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Friday, October 9. 1964 Gainesville Sun 5

Costly Dry In The I I United Fund I I :

(Ctntinued hem Page 1)) ua County Association for Retarded crease In our popu1aoii which I
"Let me clear this up right: Children ;the l Arthritis naturally Increases the demandfor
CapitolWASHINGTON i now", said Austin "as an accountant and Rheumatism foundation, services." IYJINITARKS

I' I'm aware of what i Travelers Air. the USO. the Net -
Eases He said the drive will
Spell j costs to operate most businesses gro Community Welfare League open I
(AP) A and believe me, the United and the Y. M. C. A." officially on October 19 United

House subcommittee has urged Fund administrative people are, Austin said there'are others Fund Day and the 15
the Defense Department to agencies served by the United
I CHICAGO (AP)':- Plentiful needed. Drought worst since "proceed without further delayto if anything, underpaid. who won't' contribute to the, Fund will be open to the pub

rain and cool weather have 1957 and second worst In this establish a medium altitude, 'To straighten out this salary United Fund here because they lic Jam. until 5:30: p m. J \M

'alleviated costly drought conditions century. ,random-orbit communication business our executive di- feel the services art "10 those who support the drive -HIM. MAve
Inches of' rector (Wester) is paid $5600 "In both of these Intell'ated.j.
throughout the nation and New York Two 'Illtellite system for operation can see for themselves how
'buoyed farmers' hopes for the rain last week In the mid-Hud, use" a year. those who don't their contributions are spent.'"
son Valley area eased threat of 'He has one secretary who cause of Integration and those
fall planting season.
; In a report Issued Thursday a who won't contribute becauseof I At 1:30: p. m. on United Fund
forest fires. But that sector sill receives approximately (3000 a .
f flsut Associated Press state military operations subcommittee !Day, Congressman Billy Matthews ,
an consIdered: a disaster areabecause [year. Their total salaries and segregation the Issue that DfflVE IN SHOPPING
by state survey showed today criticized Pentagon effortsto other bothers them can only be solvedby will officially open the
; of the late summer operating expenses, \including
work out tie-In with the 'drive at a public barbecue at OPEN 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
for most of the rich summer drought and the damage to a such things as utilities, the individuals themselves.
crops the rains came too late. crops. commercial communictions rent, telephone office suppliesand I don't want to antagonize either the Gainesville Recreation Cello
satellite program as "ill-* do group but those are the facts" ter. The drive Is scheduled to
I moisture and parched: Maryland The crop report- so on, not exceed
Lack of log service said soils hue vised poorly timed and ,badly 114,100. He said If contributors don't end October 30.
Poll caused an estimated fJI PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
Billion damage to the normally changed.from too dry to tooret coordinated I II i I "This cost Is well within line wish to aid certain agencies, or I "We must open UD our hearts GAINESVILLE STORES
I if they want all of .their contribution
of soybeans of what administrative expensesare and our wallets to make thisa
bountiful corn ,
crops togoloaipeclflcagency I 1214 NW 1C* A.. 1011 SI 4* Avt.
and wheaL New Jersey Drought was L for United Fund operations successful year," Austin said ..
sorghum IT2S W. U.I. A. IIO I. u.1. A,..
fruit relieved rains last week, but WASHINGTON (AP) Nextyear's the "all they need to do "If don't meet
Recent rains have aided by throughout country. we our oblige- 210 NW lift It. 420J NW Mm IM.410S .
and dairy It too late for vegetablegrowers. Income tax forms are Is note it on their pledge cardor ions, these organizations will
growers but livestock came "No matter what we raise NW lick S*.
farmers are hard hit by arpastures Farmers without Irrigation \ going to be different partly this Is a basic administrativecost tell their solicitor have to resort to other meansof ALACHUAt Cm.. lit Si i 441
of livestock have suffered. But the because of the 1964 tax cut law In order for Gainesville to enJoy -I support and some haveto HIGH SMINOSi lr< A... NWfrM.1'.
and lack that will have to be In- may
and partly to make It easier to a successful drive he said, WIUISTONi 710 I. N.... A...
recent rains helped fruit grow- close down
for the winter. i iI curred to run the organisation
Feed facts Into the Internal Rev "we must meet our obligationas

I farmers are, cuttingfor era.Pennsylvania The soil was enue Service's new data pro- the If we cost were would to still raise be $300,000 approximately ) communities of the same "Many of us also forget the I ALL IRANDS King Size _
In an effort aD size and economic level have original reason for the united
silage moistened last week with a Min cesslDllIIIChinea. .
the for administrative (
same Fitters
i.er the expected feed rainfall, erasing a tw oontbthreat IRS officials said principal services met their obligations."This I way of contributing to charity; Repine
year's goal Is an In- he added "What would It belike
of excessive forest fires. changes Include: "So, for a matter of f. e t ,
low ground-water I Ban on fires in state perk fireplaces In listing dependents taxpayers whatever is given above the bas crease of tig "per cent over to have IS different, and CIGARETTESCarton
last goal he .said "be- worthwhile organizationspounding
and lack of adequate lifted. But rain came too will only have to give tilt ic operating expense goes '
moisture most farmers ate for most summer cause Gainesville has (alien I on your door for contributions
rrops. number of children living at straight to the organizationsthat
the fall short of meeting the needs of And think of the expense
( re optimistic about CENTRAL home not their names. need It, not Into someone'spocket
the agencies in the past be- of running those IS cam-
:crops. broken The signature line will be to think."
as seem
I Minnesota Drought many
cause additional agencies have wlgna separately the admmstratlve -
|'But In some scattered area. several weeks ago, now state moved back to the first page I The 1965 drive chairman said been approved by the United cost to the community $269
rainfall still to desperately needled needs dry, warmer weather for Millions of taxpayers will the third group that Is apathetic
,' I Fund. and because of the In- would be terrific .
corn and soybean harvesting. receive their forms with their in the Gainesville drive is the -
ft I' Eastern Colorado Is "a powder South Dakota Twenty-six names addresses and account Negro community. Many don't I .

,; keg" says Henry Christen counties have been declared numbers already stamped onto contribute he said, becausethey

'jon state soil conservation drought disaster areas where the first page. feel that the contributions For More Than .30 Years
ector. With the weather stillImy haying and grazing of soil bank go to organizations whose services GOLDEN RIPE
and no rain In sight, the acres are allowed. Use of Idle are segregated In nature

Iy planted wheat crop IsImperiled. acres .are allowed. Rain two WASHINGTON (AP) President and they don't receive any ben- FROM SOCIAL SECURITY TO
Some wheat already weeks helped moisture' fits from their contributions. ;
ago Johnson signed Into law
I lying In the dust Christenson conditions, but it came too late Thursday a two-year extensionof During discussions with Negro I

;., iys.,_ to help the crops.Michigan the food for peace program. community leaders, he said he I DEMOCRATS HAVE WORKED TO
Hero's a sectional rundown of \ Agriculture Department couldn't give them a precise
but aid two provisions would be I ENLARGE THE FREEDOM OF MAN
editions: has declared: 12 answer as to how many were
I became
gnored they are uncoistltutional. I i
,EAST I II drought-stricken counties eligible benefactors of the United Fund! 1 LB.

j Virginia Drought conditions for emergency loans. Overall Johnson signed the measure .,encle.. I I LET US CONTINUE

I lava been relieved by rainfall. picture of state not considered to Indianapolis during a campaign But, he said, "This community -'
too serious.Missouri .' Is composed of about IS
wt It came too late to bob tour. per i
.crops. Water shortage has been Central and northern The food for measure cent Negro citizens. A survey FULL HALF QUART
\ peace I
fwlieved. Drought relief pro 1 sections bit hardest by calls for I'$3.5-billion bears. out the fact that of agen-,,
with rain In July and programof let United Fund JOHNSONHUMPHREY
in drought no receiving TOPPCOLA
are progress. surplus food sales and distribution
( SoD dampened August. Feed grain and soybean abroad. money our Negro population receives
with rainfall ending yields cut sharply. Fall pasture In excess of half of the '

111III dry spell. But effects and farm ponds Improved by, 'rganlxatlons' services. I ,
which began In April rain two weeks ago. Fire hazard 5 Finalists' I "Our colored community Is .

and more rain Is caused in some wooded areas I 1 served by Boy Scouts, the 110'1'1 & ..
Kansas The state Is dry i Club the Girl Scouts, CentralWeU.re. )
but baa not reached the critical' Named For the Salvation Army, '
IN. A*. AktkiM Ceo few*. Cent,. I IMtoeid S.aah.-
*. September rains permitted the Red Cross the Mental II
:Bids SRD tag A....,TMN.
| planting of winter wheat In Health Association the C h 1 II.j 6 39c .
most sections. Very little mols- Growl Skits' dress Home Society the AI.ch- CARTON

f '{Quarters tin In the extreme west More
. sin needed for wheat, The five Gator Growl skits
ponds and over-all crop situsion. -
that will compete for top honors
Very Low during Homecoming weekend
Oklahoma August September -activities at the University of ( ,
f .TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Keen ,rains Carolina ended draught.South Recent Florida were announced,,Wed
( {competition among contractors rains heloed relieve dryness b nesday night (/" "

t \g\. kn build; the State Road Depart-building eastern section. Com: seriously : Winners were Alpha Delta F

I ment's new headquarters stunted In some areas. (Smaller sorority Delta Phi Epsilon sorority BE'ER89
low 4'
resulted In apparent
an apple crop in the northeast because Delta Tan Delta fratern
r bid far below expectations. of drought Twelve counties Icy Phi Kappa Tan. fraternity 6. C _

1 The Auchter Co. of I Jacksonville In northeast and central:and Zeta Tan Alpha sorority. .e:

I Li, offered to erect the five- sections. getting federal assistance. Seven fraternities five sororities 1 -7' PLUS -
foot buildg :
story 84,400 square
competed fa Wednesdaynight's
t Indiana Rainfall 41 Inches
for $3,522,000.
below normal to the east central Judging.

r t The bid of the Dywon Co. of section for the last 1) weeks. Judges were Dr. George byli e BAVARIAN SELECTBEER ...

Pensacola was even lower but Corn and soybean crops reduced Wolfe chairman of the UF In-

r contained an apparent error. but not seriously. Pastures vltaUonal honors program : tho.. .""
This was nearly fl million have been damaged most George Corrfck, director of the _

raised lower the than possibility' expectations that sad the rain Ohio helped- Some but late still September needs Division:: W.of H.Development(Hob) Kens Services dIrector -- :: '

moisture to replenish ground .
of the Division of Informations FULL
state might not need.to issue the .' -
'l' whole pee million worth of bond water supply Services: Dean of 2 69c
Drought -
Texas Wnom' :
Women Mama Brady and General QTI. ;
validated to finance: tile projectBoard : n most of the state, with
( ,' chairman John Phillips pastures beginning to green and Norwood Homecoming Gay C Ita.r man (ell/rol Flori wI Tile g Marble (0. e.

I m.de'no Immediate decision on land In good condition for winter .' PLUS DIPOSIT :
this point wheat planting. Subsoil moisture Gator Growl will begin at I 4' Waide, Ruw Ifi ; I
\ may be deficient to some p. ra..lilt Friday at Florida V"
J Auchter offered to Install anextra places. Held. I MIST FLUE RIIIONBEER
I elevstor-the building' WEST .

I burth-for. an additional, Colorado Ea.tem'Colorado ,
t : described as s-"powder keg" tlsasir elan uellr.aew N NoV.1wnwt Ii NOSIU*, S1.I!
:Dyson submitted a base'bld oft and If a -t
I $3,544410. But while all other should/ occur. newly planted A 1 tsetl
I contractors..... Is their base best would blow out of the 1 +xta rY d } ap.r srdfC .M
I i bid the cost of Installing the ground and damage would be 09

I fourth elevator the Pensacola heavy. Some blowing last week, 6 PAK $1

i. firm subtracted 12.500. thus offering but M major damage. Moisture CANS ....
to furnish four elevators ,
situation getting worse as warm 'hi e w
( for less cost than three. days continue without rain > at 9w' + f IbYf ttaf .Y.'' g .4 441 v .Ix :1j I

I Phillips said road board policy Some newly planted wheat may ...

was to hold a contractor: to abld die unless there b rala. GENNESSII
!' Of else make him forfeit a New Mexico <- September
bond.The matter will be studied nlM ease too ,late for most :! J

I' by lawyers for the Road Depart i dryland,crops, but has helped BEER

meet.Phillips said. Inter range prospects- and fall ; \
ifcutmg of wheat.

Opening of the bids codef California The'state has
Florida's four-day observance nbned Its driest year I in nine

National Highway Week. Newt ears. The water year ended
| mea toured the state viewing ar pt 30, but despite the deft. 40t1'', 6 PAK 99FOREMOST

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Gainesville Sun Friday, October 9, 1964
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., Delegates I' H : :,, _:
Farewell ,
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Luncheon YOU: GET "'7

TODAV, October I' THE ConclaveFour
GivenIn (
Dinner honoring Miss Fran I ; "
-CM Oabney Jones, bride .
elect of Donald Moore Giles compliment to-Mrs. GeorgeT. delegates of the Alach- SECURITYYOU
iof Lynchburg, Va., 1:30: p.m. Harrell. a luncheon was given' ua County Women's Democratic
Mr. and Mrs. Burton M. recently by Mrs. Darrel J. Male Ruth Welmer Women's Editor Club are in Miami this .
Woodward and their daughter and Mrs., Kimball Wiles, who weekend attending the annual
Mrs. Raymond Watson, entertained at the Gainesville convention of the Florida Democratic
rod Mr., Watson, at the Golf and Country Club. Women's Club at the 'GET
;Woodward home, JIM West o The Harrells plan,to move In Junior Assembly Algiers Hotel
.:tVnlvenltr Ave ue. early November to Hershey, Delegates are: Mrs. G. W. "
Pa.; where Mrs. Harrell hal Rainbow
SATURDAY, October 10 local president; Mrs.
been spending the past week J. C. Adklns Jr.. Mrs. J. A.
$f Brunch feting Miss Fran house hunting.Dr. Frontier Harrison and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham
-t eu Dabney Jones, fiancee Harrell, dean of the College .. Dance"Frontier : Mrs. Harry C. Vree- GOOD EARNINGS
:::of Donald Moore Giles of of Medicine at the University land Is also attending convention

.Lynchburg, Va., Miss Mil- of Florida; has' accepted Frolics" was the Inside 'the club, saddles, sessions.This .
'dred Griffith, Holiday Inn, the position of dean of the new theme for the
first dance of blankets and none collars were evening following a
10:30 A.M. Hershey Medical School .t season given recently for the placed on saw hones. Hay luau, Mrs. India Edwards, former '
"Linen shower honoring Miss Pennsylvania Bronze and State University. children of Junior Assembly straw was scattered about and vice-chairman of the National 'YOU GETAVAILABILITY.
Judith Beasley, 7:30 p.m.. yellow chrysanthemums members at the Gainesville western posters were hung oa Democratic Committee,
centered the luncheon
Mrs.Leonard Colson, Mrs.W. Woman's Club.Chaperones the walls. win speak.
H. Hart, Starke. table, where places were marked for the eveningwere The "Road Runners" band Saturday at the formal banquet ,
for close friends of the hono- Dr.. and Mrs. Purdon played for dancing from the Elliott Roosevelt will Introduce

ree.guests Murphy Dr. and Mrs. Louis stage, which was also decorated the speaker for the evening
were Mrs. Stuart Purser F. Hubener Mr. and Mrs. Theodore in Western fashion with I ,the Honorable Hale .
: Bridge Mrs. Herman Schnell, Mrs George, Mr.' and Mrs. scarecrow sitting,on bay at one Boggs of Loulslanna. .
Thomas[ Maren, Mrs. Frank side.
Ben 0. Franklin, Mr. and
Putnam, Mrs. Joshua Edwards, Mrs. 0. N. Harper, Mr. and Junior Assembly guests were
club Mrs. 'Robert Myers, Mrs. Edward In. Charles Black and Mrs. appropriately .dressed In Jeans Mrs. Mason Jr.
: I Woodward, Mrs James W. C. Thomas Jr. and gingham dresses for the
I Wilson, ,Mrs. Bruce Thomason, In keeping with the Old dance. I Is Shower Arj red.saviongs: account in our institutioncan ,
? Notes I Irs. Dexter Deloney, Mn. Robert West theme, a covered chuck I Next Junior Assembly Dance HonoreeMrs.
Wlegman and Miss Doris wagon stood near the club entrance -will be the Christmas Formal meet any requirement you have for safe-
where' old plows and scheduled December 11 at the Don,Beetty entertainedat

I;t Mrs.By Fred JOHN Hull E.and CRAPS Mrs. R. W Liles.Calendar animal skulls had. been placed.1,Woman's Club.ShepardPisano., i with her a home baby early shower In the to week compliment ty and is one of the finest investments on the

Fountain were the North-South Mrs. Don Mason Jr.
t..winners: In the Monday evening : Assisting In the hospitalities market today for the man or woman: 'who

-fame: of the Gainesville Bride were Mrs. Beatty's sister, Miss
J.Club: amassing' match point 'if Events Gail Anderson, and her wants to play it safe. Stop in.
"with 101 the average score. Mr. and'' Mr a. Charles E: er, Mrs. Frank Anderson.PInk moth-j
3 There were ten tables fat play. t' 'Shepard announce the engagimeat and blue
:"Mrs. Leon H. Bobbins and TODAY, October I ( and pink tapers were combined
of their daughter; Mil
Mrs. J. E. Moore finished see as the centerpiece for the
flood with I2I!. while Mrs. H. L. Gainesville Bridge Club, Margaret A. Shepard, to Russell serving table. GUARANTY FEDERAL
'-<3rsy and Mrs. L. E. Grlnter 7.30pm. Holiday Inn. L. Plano Jr., son of Mr. Guests Included: the hono.
.tied for third with Mrs. H. L. Old Timers Group of the and Mrs. Russell L. Piano Sr. ree's mother Mrs. Kathleen
Breland and Mrs. R. A. Scraf- University Women's' Club, Knight her maternal grand SAVINGS, '& LOAN ASSOCIATIONOf
ford both pairs having IMtt. Dutch Treat Luncheon p.m., The wedding will be an even mother, Mrs. Virginia Win, ,
J. B. Carmichael and M. E. Garden Room, Faculty Club. of December 12 at Highland Mrs. Don Mason Sr., Mrs. Curtis FI'.z.4":
220 North Main Street Phone
Valk led the East-West field
North East Area Library Presbyterian Church. Newsome Mrs. Manuel Turner
with IMtt match points, followed Meeting, 10 a.m., Holiday Inn. I i Mrs. Retha Paige, Mrs.
by Van A. May and Mrs. SATURDAY, October II Miss Shepard'Wli graduate i dl Woodrow ,Shaw, Mrs. Jim "Chort.red and Supervised by'
J. F. Wharton with 1MH, R. H. Mrs. University of Florida from ,Gainesville High School Colson, Mrs.Faye Welch, Mrs. the United States Govern\.n
:Harms and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Final Contest I pjn., PJt and Manatee Junior College Joe Cox, Mrs. Merrill Moore, 4101 .
I Jr. with 111, and Mrs. Yonge Auditorium, Open to School of Nursing Mrs. ClaIr St. Peter. Annum' loch Aceoullt Insured up T. 0' EACH MONTH
Joe Moss and Mrs. H. R. Warfel
the public. Also Mrs. Wayne Mason, ,$10,000.00
with llttt. UF Club Post Football .. Mr. Piano graduated from Mrs Beryle! Holland, Mrs. EARN FROM THE
The club will hold Its annual Game :Buffet Dinner ,1 Gainesville High School and has'Sharon Tierney, Mrs. Joe Cameron Compounded Free Perlrin' in I..f.- fllSTI. ,
championship event for open to ,,10 p.m., West NewberryRoad served four years with the US Mrs Fred Jones, Mrs. ,i.Anually
teams at 7.N this evening at ;' by reservation. ,,..!''.'"t"" f A.' Sgapsrd JIar1 II.' Carol Sutherland, Miss Ann "A ...,., ........ ,.........."
the Holiday Inn. There will be Taylor' Miss Billy Jackson and
Licensed, Practical Nurses
". no game for pairs. Miss Carol Cos.
I Next Monday evening's game Association White Elephan&Sale I

at the Recreation Center will be Coast,I Line a.m.Lot.to 4 p.m., Atlantic Mrs: 'Sobers Club Hostess MAYTAG, THI MOST SERVICE-FREE AUTOMATIC MADE. MAYTAG, THE MOST.
a special charity game with all .. w
;'pI'OCtedIlOlnl to the Greater :SUNDAY October 11 !'II ....
"Gainesville United Fund.'The Dr and, Mrs. E. T. .YorkJr. :(Mrs/ft, .3 Sabers Sr. enter During the'business 'session, l: ,
.'game will have sectional rating ., Reception for faculty, tamed the Mothers Club of the Mrs. J. 'H.; Hlntermlster Sr.,

,.with the larger* cater point staff and students'of the University I University Women's Club re president,, announcedthat, the
awards given hi such events.It o( Florida Institute of coolly at her home for Its first ;
November IluDcbeoD.meeting
Is hoped that these two features Food Agricultural Sciences meeting of the Mason. Twenty-
of three game.. will attract J to.I p.m. UF Student eight members and guests atended. win take place at the Holiday : i
,'a large turnout. Service Center.WCai .' I, Inn MAD

I '' Women's 'Role Growing- in OlympicsEDITOR'S I W RATHONN I

NOTEa The XVD halted by imperial Roman do woman from Down Under, a
Olympiad opening In Tekyasolats me, and revived again for JO-yeawld typist panted Marjorie -
IB how far women have modem times In I.$. Jackson picked up a cou.
MOW la Olympic games -from Wean Participate pie of fold medals by win- SATURDAY 6 P. M.
..-...1Uuoe as spectators .. Women took part In the nog both dacha.. i ENDS A
their ewe village as perUc! track and field program for At Helsinki a woman was
..... How this came about Isyecesnted tllef1n&UmeJa..*. although the first to win a gold medal
la .Out first. tea seriesen they had competed for the Soviet Union: Nina 5 COME IN'AND MAKE US AN OFFERANY', HOUR E,
vmnea la the Olympics. earlier In such sports as Romashkova hi the discos '
3 swimming, tennis (later discontinued event She married a doctor W r----------- ,
By JOY MILLER ,i ) and gymnastic. had a baby son 'sad fear
AP Women's Editor Needless to say, the girls later Nina RonuubkovaPonomareva
NEW YORK CAP) -Women weren't taken too seriously. won only a bronze
are welcomed with open arms But In 1932 they started mat. medal In the event j : $1 DOWN : GIANTS ,
at Olympic Games these
hag headlines. By Rome, 1MO, she was I I
,days, a bit of enlightened 'behavior Mildred Dldrlckson won two back In stride and took the
that would have horrified 'gold medals and one sliver Infield TRADE
championship egaht o
the early Greek found- and track competition m Russian women took over 'NO PAYMENTS UNTIL NOV. 20 19641 ;
the meet at Los Angeles. the sbotput and gymnastics at
ersAway back when the athletic I Four years later, Mrs. Helsinki too. Before big B I DURING THIS SALE I IN
lads won nothing but Eleanor Holm Jarrett, a back.stroke blonde Galtaa Zyblna wrappedup PER ...
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swimmer made memorable medal o
the gold though,
were barred both as particle news. She was sent the old Olympic r e cord had (Automatic Dryer For Only .. WEEK II .

pants and spectators.The home on charge that she had been topped 21 times. Maria :=W: You Con Own a New Maytag $O26 Jlfv I On Maytof Wringer WethersDvriftf
method of discouraging This Me......
broken training rules on board Gorokhovskaya, M, won the *
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female patronage was simple ship bound for the Olympic gymnastics title, which 'M tSal For MM WetM's -<
but effective. WIUON a.i-it Games In Berlin the specific passed, tar years later, to 1 |You Con Own a New Maytag $430 1ER I ,.ehst. teTcaweee....

Any, maiden or matron Fer U.s. Wesaen's track, I Indictment mentioning cban the graceful Lana Latynlna Wisher. and Dryer For Only . ... VVIIK 7 MeeMs fnm ."
found alan Olympic fete .
was AM Field Team pagne.The uproar reverberat.ed 8. I
..summarily( tossed off a high en both sides of the At- >- Yost c.. On Hw'MQhI, ;rocky crag and that put IIaaUe. I WriatRer w.her For sty. .. WUIC I '
an end to her InqulalUve eu. by the youth who eacapir I UsasewHe Wise ... - - ... m
In fact, none survived to ask with the nubile nymph to a i In IMS. the Olympics greatest MAYTAGSARERUILT
for a refund. chariot hotly pursued by the woman field and track Maytag Automatic Rated No. 1 TO LAST LONGER t
Favertte Legend king himself. I athlete made her debut In w 1 AMOtlCAl MOST SUVICI-FRll 0
But the old Greeks must The royal fun came when : London: FannyBlaakersKoeit WASHERS cad DRYERS
have had some romance in the king's I chariot ,overtook 30. year old Dutch .t Prlcee Yeert Like Many Are Over 40 YoeinOU
,their ports minded souls because the eloping couple -,aa II housewife and mother of two 15 eMteimt Models to csteeee from.O ell
the favorite I legend did 13 occasionstad the first U"t NMr AeSMMt end Still In UN
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:about the origin of the Olym- Oenomaus could transfix the win four gold medals at a DIMM Cut r us? TH> _
pic lames Involves a beautirul unlucky swain with his spear. I single! set of Olympic Games. to Or4w. Ato e 1 : t:: ::7raa'--
r princess. This took place The 14th suitor the wtty la the 198 Games at He*. k Vcrittv Te el Go.Sotodi J : : *+ ONLY 5 DRYERS LEFT
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lint recorded Olympic king's charioteer to tinker I Dutch girl was beaten hi theHmeter ,,,. .ea..
!victory, that of a lad named with the axle. It gave way hurdles by AustralIan ONLY MAYTAG ...
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: The luscious lass of the says, married the princess a eL Ali O
:legend was Hlppodamla i sod Instituted the Olympic M. O.rt.
daughter of a singularly games upon the hallowed! :Mr meal.. @

IhloooMhlnty old king named spot ,At O .... MSTM.r. SAna ,-
Oenomaus. Toe princess No matter how the games .4 COST ten TO n
could be won In marriage, an- started they continued uatO Ofourt.aUSTPtOOf.
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r *> Golnetvirio; Sun FrUoy. October 9, 1964 ,
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To the Colored CommunityNews Reception. Sunday YOU ,GET P

, Dr. and Mrs. E. T. York Jr. from 3 until 8 p.m. in the ban- I

: Item for this piKe aMid be submitted .. Colored News Editor Ben F. ChlMs, will entertain with a reception quet room of the UF Student I

":\ X* NW Sib St by man, *r by phone .( FR {5753. Do Mt Kid wwi dire-fly to the Galnctvfll for faculty, staff and students Service Center.
Su office. of the Institute of Food The Institute of Food and Agricultural SECURITYYOU
and Agricultural Sciences of the Science Includes the
University of Florida Sunday
CHJURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSJohnson There is no admission price,[Church Sunday at 3 p.m. afternoon. I College of Agriculture, the AgrI-
'; Chapel Baptist but a free-will offering will be Dr. York is provost of agriculture cultural Extension Service, the
)Sunday School, 1:45: a.m.: and LAKE BUTLER NEWS at the university. Agricultural Experiment Station
;Baptist Training Union, I p.m.I" accepted.LACROSSE. NEWS Party Scheduled The reception will be held and the School of Forestry. : GET
I", '|Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor; Mrs. Joint Service There will be a party at the
H.Jones, reporter. The St Paul Baptist Church home of Mr. and Mrs. Russele I FullagarHornesweetened il
-Mt Pleasant Methodist will conduct a Joint service at Edwards on behalf of the church - - -
'-," TU Board of Education and the Elizabeth Baptist Church Saturday, Oct. 10, at 1 p.m. The engagement of Miss Lois

;, Church School Staff will meet I here Sunday at 11 a. m. Choir The public is invited. Mrs Gayle Fullagar, daughter of GOOD EARNINGS
today, 7:30 p.m. Sunday will be No. 2 win conduct the song serv Willie Mae Perry, reporter. Mrs. Evelyn Louise Fullagarand
." observed as Layman's Day. William Fullagar of Rochester
.., ice.The PROGRAM PLANNEDThe N. Y., to Arthur Manuel 1
Sunday School, ':30 ajn: Rev. A. Odom wlU be .
nfitnlng worship, 11 ajn.; and the principal speaker on the oc- Paullbearers' Lodge Horne Jr., son of Mrs. Lacy
. : evening worship, 7 p.m. Rev. casion. 113 choral group will render a Edward Sears and the late Ar-
1 W. M. Ferguson, pastor. Program At LaCrosseThe program at the Johnson Chapel thur M. Home Is announced to. YOU GETAVAILABILITY
r Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Sunrise Gospel Singers Baptist Church on behalf of day by the bride elect's moth-

"I There will be Conference from Jacksonville, will rendera Women's Day on Oct. 11 at 1 er.Miss :
Saturday, I p.m. Sunday School, here p.m. Charlie Ross, president; Fullagar was graduated
at 7:30 m.
1 10:. ajn. with Superintendent program p. Mrs. Rosa Byrd, reporter. from P. K. Yonge Laboratory i
Sunday. School and she attended
Deacon Williams and teachers ;
o\Ii There is no adnilsslon price, .' t
I Syracuse University. She is ,
", in:charge, 10 a.m. The pastors NOTICE
free-will will be t
will review the lesson. Morning but a offering Both chitterlings and chicken presently a sophomore at the ..,

worship, 11 am. devotional i,accepted. dinners will be sold Saturdayand University of Florida.
services and song service by delivered on behalf 01 The bridegroom elect w a agraduated
will be MEETING SUCCESSFUL from G al n e sville
the choir. The pastor the "Miss Terriers' Contest" at
The Youth Forum that was High School and is now a senior
4. in'charge of the services. Lincoln High School.
Y ,; nlBg worship, Communion and held at the ML Carmel Baptist For delivery service, call FR at the University of Florida. Has An insured savings account in our institutioncan
, NQ::washing of feel The pastor Church on Wednesday at 1 p.m. M873. a member of Pi Kappa Al-

'1.wlJ&,preach. A cordial welcome_ was very successful. The price of the dinner is $1 pha social fraternity.The meet requirement have for safe-
' "extended to all Rev. R. J The schedule of activities Is as wedding will be an eventof any you
4la pastor; Mrs. F. D. follows: Oct. 11 at 8 p.m., fun TO APPEAR IN PROGRAM October 30 in the chapel of
I Shannon,reporter. night; Oct. 21 at 1 p.m., the following .. The choral group of LodgeNo. the University Methodist Miss Lls Gayle Fallagar ty and is one of the finest investments on the

" ,',L. :First Baptist Sunday subjects will be discussed 113 will appear in a program Church. .
'School, (:45 am.; morning : "Baseball" and "Bible"by at the Bethel A.M.E. market today tor the man or woman who
i'. 4 E worship, 11 ajn.; and afternoon Lavern Porter and Karl Church Sunday at 3 p.m. W. L C ... III
h' worship, Communion, 3 Webster; and Oct. 21 at 1 p.m., Stevens, sponsor; Charlie Ross, J.ttwItta"f' wants to play it safe. Stop in.
, pJRF Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor; poetry night. president; Mrs. P. L. Scott, re-
R ...Mrs Bessie M. Johnson, rJtopewell .. The public Is Invited. Sandra porter.
.;. potter-. Williams, reporter.
Mr. aad Mrs Michael B. Merge announce the birth of a
daughter Angela Michelle, U at Alachua Gen-
on September
/ bo a business meeting today, 1 WOMEN'S DAY I Undenominational Choirs'Union eral Hospital.
' :,. The members are urged tobe"present will hold its business
Women's will be
Day Paternal grandparents, are Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Merge
::1' Sunday School 10 observed Sunday, Oct. 11, at meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 14 of Baldwin, L. I., and maternal grandparents are Mr. lid Mrs
', .; morning worship, 11 a.m.; at g pjn. at the Johnson Chapel
: the morning and evening services Claude Sbeppard. & LOAN ASSOCIATIONOf
3 and night Baptist Church.
i lojtnmunioTi, p.m.;
\ at the Mt Carmel Baptist
A J services, 1:30 pjn. Rev. W. J. All presidents, officer and
. Church. Four Families Fun Painters
STaylor, pastor; Mrs. Agnes also members are asked to be Gelneavllle.. 220 North Main Street, Phone PR 2.4""Chart.r.d
Mrs.' L. V. Randall, of Jacksonville
'"J Gordon,reporter. present EI more Dexter, Plan 'Reunion
Fine Arts Association will
' ]> HopeweU A. M. E. Sunday will be the morning president; Deacon L. Well, .
and Supervised
speaker. At present she is em- Mrs. Priscilla A reunion of the Crevasse sponsor a morning class of "Fun by
i }{School, 10 a.m.; morning worship vice president; the United States
11 a.m.; A. C. E. League, ployed by the Board of Public Vlnson, secretary; Mrs. P. L. Clark, Finlayson and Stapleto Painters" beginning Tuesday at Gov.rnm.nt"SAVI IY THE Mitt
\.49 pjn.: and evening services, 7 Instruction of Duval County. Scott, reporter. families has been planned (::30 am. at the downtown % Per Each Account Insured up To or EACH MONTH ;'
Ip m. The public Is Invited. Rev. The evening speaker will be Sunday at the Cedar Key High Studio of Cramer Swords Annum $10,000.00
;CJ: Simmons, pastor; Mrs. WIl11Ie Alachua's own Mrs. Gladys MEMORIAL SERVICES School grounds. A picnic ba.. EARN PROM THI i
Mae Perry, reporter, Lake Alexander, also an instructor, Memorial Services for the ket lunch Is scheduled at Classes are slated for s 1 xTuesdays CompoundedSemlAnnuolly Free Perking In ReerDrlvinWHtdow-. FIRST! \
at a cost of IS.
\ Alachua County and speech Elk will be held at the Spring noon. '

' f Temple A. M. E. Zion- therapistAll Hill Baptist Church Sunday For further Information, any Reservations should be made "A M...l !.>!*.. iMtMnttM
11Ie) School, 10 a.m.: morn- members are reminded to Oct. 11, at 1:30: p.m. member of the four families by contracting Mrs. Earn 0 n d
worship, 11 ajn. The ser- bring a covered dish Sunday. The Elks are asked to be should caD Mrs. C. E. Leynea Brandt I
n theme will be "The Plea Dinner will be served Immediately present at I p.m. I.Sr., 80S NE!: Ninth Street ---------

Evil." Music by the choir. following the morning MAYTAG, THI MOST SIRVICE-PREI. AUTOMATIC MADE MAYTAG, THI MOST i
, Rev.W.L.Souder, pastor. services. "
Greater Bethel A. M. E. All group captains are askedto _
The fourth and last Quarterly make their final reports to lJoO
: Conference begins today at I i the finance committee after the V :
p.m. An clubs and boards are morning services. -c
asked to bring or send in their I Film Te Be Shown '' U.J a
written reports. Sunday School, There will be a religious film
1:30: a.m.; morning worship, 11 shown at the Bethel A. M. E. FZJl T.; MAD
am. The presiding elder Rev. Church today at I p. m. i
W M. Robinson, will preach. There is no admission price 1% .
A.c.: E. League,5-30 p.m. but a free-will offering will be /fwy
+ Greater Bethel's Homecoming accepted. Mrs. Walker, sponsor; W MARATHON B
Is set for the fourth Sun. Mrs. Doris Reed, reporter; Rev.

day/In October, sponsored by W.. H.:Walker, pastor. By CECILY BROWNSTONE
the Trustees' Board. An Interesting Stagers Te Appear
' program has been plans' The Crown Singers and the AP Food Editor

, The Deaconess and Stewardess -. Suwannee Gainesville Singers will render both a from musical ByCEOLY BROWNSTONE: chocolate ENDS SATURDAY 6 P. M.
[. Union will begin its annl' program at the BethelA. AaecWed Pease Fnd BdUIf 3 H cup batter or margarine
Oct. 11 How waffle irons have eggs, separated
versary M. E. Church at LaCrosse
Tae weekly schedule of sere, Oct. 11, at I m. Mrs. c H cup milk
leer-is the same. Rev. W. S Doris Reed, sponsor and reporter In days two gridirons -
While Mrs. A. E. Win were hinged and given a Vi teaspoon each vanilla and
pastor; ; Rev. W. H. Walker, pastor :
gad, reporter. long handle for use In making almond extract rI r----------- >
Mi. Carmel Baptist Worn SPECIAL NOTICE waffle In tilt kitchen fire Sift together Into a mixing

enTDay to be observed Oct. 11 All members of Choirs Nos place. The gridirons eventually bowl tile flour, baking powder, I I
during the dsy. Sunday School, 1 and 2 of Mt Carmel Baptist lost their long handle and alt and .... Melt chocolate I : M DOWN :
1,30 a.m.; morning worship, Church are requested to be present acquired stand, the betterto In top of double boiler I I GIANT
11 rm.; Baptist Training Union,, today at 1 p. m. At 7:30p. : use on a coal, wood or gas over hot water; add butter:
}:30 p.m.: and evening worship m. there will be a Joint re- range. stir to melt and blend; cool. TRADE "
730. There will be mid week hearsal and the special female Then came the electric waffle Beat egg yolk with milk to = o
Meditation Services Tuesday chorus for Women's Day will iron the darling, In its blend; add to dry ingredients, NO PAYMENTS UNTIL NOV. 20, 1964

7:30 p.m.: Youth Forum Wednesday -rehearse at 1 p. m. times, of college girls. beating until smooth. Blend III I DURING THIS SALE I IN
,7:30 p.m., also the t Chair All women who are particlwtlng Nowadays a waffle Iron maybe chocolate mixture, vanlUa aad |
, will have its rehearsal/ and Ushers .. In the Chorus are asked part of an electric grin almond extract Beat egg (IYou Con Own a New Maytaa 1194 '.1
I :Board No. 2 wilt meet. Ipnv to be present.SINGERIIN designed for buffet service whites until they stand In soft Dryer Per Only I WIIK I IIII e
; Teachers' Meeting Aa appliance of this sort can peaks; fold gently but thoroughly
Thursday 7:30 p.m.; and the CONTESTThe produce waffle, toast sandwiches Into batter. Bake topreheated x I You Can Own a New Maytag'Automatic $226 ptR I 0*) Mevteg This Wrinttf, Mnjtt WatbtnDuriaf
Choir will again have Its rehearsal Florida Suwannee Gospel and grffl other foods. waffle Iron, follow- Washer For Only to weeW'c

Friday, 1 p.m. Rev. T. Singers and the Singing Sons U yon have or acquire a mg manufacturer's direction I You Can Own a New MaytafI I Fastest i.ttIig.Weifcan
JMght: pastor; Mrs.: Esther buffet daD, thatIt Serve hot with fee cream and > $430 'IlK:
both of this city, win appearhi grill forget 7 Model ...
e tw Q. Faros
:: The Choir Washer and Dryer Far Only . ...
W. Hamm, reporter. a singing contest at the Antioch Is particularly.. for chocolate Mane.t I II
will:have its rehearsal today, I Holiness Church to N. E. weekend branch. There's You Can Own New Moytoa 1119 PER -IiWrinf

pint There lib Are, Sunday at 1:30: p.m. nothing lib attUnf at tile table er Washer Far Only . . I walK I
Uf. Mortals Baptist The Is Invited There wI cook A friend
... '
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I wi? be a banquet in the dining Is no admission price. of oars has pot art of grill MAYTAGS ARE, IUILT
room of the Mt Morlah Baptist COIIII atIoaI far 1nDdrtImtthat Moytooj Automatic Rated No. 1 ;

Church today, I pjn. on behalf. APPRECIATION SERVICES are worth peeing on: I AMOHCA1 MOST SIRVICI-PRIl' TO LAST LONGER 9
admlssloa I
of tot church. The The Appreciation Services for with banana aad
sausages WAS+HRJ end DRYERS =i
price Is $1. the pester Rev. B. F. Weary, toasted English muffins -
: a* Mesa YtVn Lit
New Salem Baptist Sunday I which begin Oct. t, will come pancake with.bacon and ut cft 15 m.aaa. medals. re cheese from.U Many Art Over 40 Years to
School, 10 ajn.; morning worship -to an end Oct. 12 at St Paul apple tings: chicken livers A.s't. Cold CanCAlso : >9 MNv eAtjltoftfiT old ON Still In Us.g1..4 .
Communion 11:39 a.m.:
A.MJE. Church. with mushroom and toma MAYTAG .. *
3 39PJB. .. ....
and afternoon worship : 0.CYCLII.
The schedule of services Is as toes. Don't these plate-mate* 1 .
Both sermons at tile IIIOfDolDIand Va ey el Se eAeTi Q
evening worships win Sunday follows: School Today and at I C.p.m Y I., win the aound pocI1CBOCOLATI WAFFLES Gee I : =:,l' r t"".... ONLY 5 DRYERS LIFT ;

,preached by the pastor or sponsor the service*Jointly; and 1H cap sifted eats flour
.... C. J.
appointee. Sunday at I ,JIL, die Mission 1H teaspoon* powder ::I
Mrs. P. LScQt .
and Trustees' Board win also
H" teaspoon -
} ;.reporter. conduct the services HAVI"HALOOr.HIAT" >
Joint H" cup sugar .
!ly. Rev. White and his eongre- 1 sonar** (1 OPBCOS) an- ..:..... .... ...
JjgMAI IMT TI'LDII'.MI' gallon will reader services L"IGM A ..flvr ;
t ".,.. ....... stag with Choir No. 1. ........." Me c......
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o Female Gospel Singers CBODII" FUT At > :: aee..r..d* fASTiarum Os :"
Jacksonville wiD reader
from a The 0J0In' r..al will have !! sad COlT IUS TO n
Buislcal uiugisui her Itkrdsy ts tke .
monthly at
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at f:. p. m. Zion Temple AM.!. ZIti ... el.re h ..IiOpwtr CAiiMm
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.{ Friday. October 9. 19(4 Cain.i.illa hue :>> .

[ ''I United.Fund I

i Costly Dry _
(Continued from Page 1)) ua County Association for Retarded crease in our population, which
"Let me clear this up right f: Children, the Arthritis naturally Increases the demand
I I now," said Austin, ".. an accountant o- and Rheumatism Foundation, for services.

I'm aware of what 11 Travelers Air, the usa, the Ne-
: Eases He said the drive will open u1NIT'
Spell costs to operate most businesses gro Community Welfare Leagueand October 19 Unit- H
t ) and believe me, the United the Y. M. C. A." officially on
ed Fund Day and the IS
\ fund administrative people are, Austin said there are others'who served by the United
CHICAGO (AP) Plentiful needed. Drought worst since' If anything underpaid."To won't contribute to the Fund will be open to the pub-
.' Fin: and cool weather have 1957 and second worst in this straighten out this salary United Fund here because they; lic from 9am. until 5:30 p. m J.a\M..sowMr..rr
'. sVevlated costly drought cond century. business our executive director eel the services are integrated "so those who support the drive ilh.aine
\., lions throughout the nation andI New York Two Inches of (Wester) is paid 15600 "In both of these groups can see for themselves how
I buoyed farmers' hopes for the rain last week In the mid.Hud year. those who don't contribute because their contributions are spent.:" t
fall planting season. son Valley area eased threat of "He has one secretary who of Integration and those
who won't contribute becauseof At 8:30 p. m. on United Fund
I forest fires. But that sector stil receives approximately $3000 I
But, an Associated Press state segregation the Issue that Day, Congressman Billy Mat-
,Is considered a disaster area year. Their total salaries and DRIVE IN SHOPPING
I by-state survey showed today, bothers them can only be solved thews will officially open the
because of the late summer other operating Including -
for most of the rich expenses. barbecue at OPEN 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
summer drought and the damage to such things as utilities by the'individuals themselves.I drive at a public
the rains came too late. the Gainesville Recreation Center
crops don't want to antagonize either
j crops. t, telephone, office supplies
t Lack of moisture and parchedsoil Maryland The crop 'report.log and so on, do not exceed group,' but those are the facts'He The drive Is scheduled to NEW
service said soils hive said if contributors don't end October 30.
I caused an estimated 300- H.800."This. I
mil ion to the changed from too dry to too I wish to aid certain agencies, or hearts
t damage normally cost is well within line "We must open up our GAINESVILLE STORES
r bountiful crops of corn, soy f what administrative expenses I if they want all of their contribution and our wallets to make this

beans, sorghum and wheat. wetNew Jersey Drought was for United Fund operations logo to a specific a successful year," Austin said. 1721 1234 W.MW V.Uih... A Aw.,.. 110 1021 I.SI Uriv.4fk A A.*...
"all they need to dos
Recent rains have aided fruit relieved by rains last week, butt the country. agency "If we don't meet our obligations 210 NW M It. 4201 NW HA ."*..
I growers but livestock and dairy came too late for vegetable "No matter what we raise, note tell their it on solicitor.their pledge" cardor these organizations will 4IOJ NW llek St.AlACHUAl .
farmers are hard hit by arid growers. Farmers without Irrigation is a basic administrative have to resort to other meansof Cnwr h. St. 441
In order for Gainesville to enjoy HIGH SPRINGS' lr4A.... NW'M.lWILlinONi .
pastures and lack of livestock [ have suffered. But the that will have to be In- support and some may haveto
fodder for the winter. fruit a successful drive, he said, down. 710 I. N.... Am.
j recent rains helped growers to run the organization close
"we must meet
I our obligations
L Some farmers are cutting soil we were to raise $300,000 communities of the a a m e "Many of us also forget the
: corn for silage In an effort to Pennsylvania was is cost would still be approxmately size and economic level have original reason for the united ALL BRANDS King Size -
moistened last week with a 1-3
alleviate the expected feed the same for adminis their of to Filters Regulars
In rainfall, erasing a two-month met obligations. way contributing charity,
shortage. services."So This year's goal Is an Increase he added. "What would it belike
forest fires.
threat of excessive
Despite low ground-water Ban on fires In state park fireplaces for a matter of fact of 42,( per cent over to have 15 different, and CIGARETTESCarton
supplies and lack of adequate lifted. But rain came too Is given above the bas- last year's goal" he said, "be-, worthwhile I roganizations
subsoil moisture, most farmersare late for most summer rrops. c operating expense goes cause Gainesville has fallen I pounding on your door for con-
optimistic about the fall tot h. organizations short of meeting the needs oflthe tributions? And think of the expense -
crops. CENTRAL I need it, not Into someone's; agencies In the past, because of running those IS campaigns -
Minnesota Drought broken as many seem to additional agencies have separately the administrative -
But In scattered
rainfall still some Is desperately areas Deed-, several weeks ago, now state The 1965 drive thlnk''i been approved by the United cost to the communitywould $269
ed. needs dry, warmer weather for I third group that Is Fund, and because of the in I be terrific.
corn and soybean harvesting. the Gainesville drive
Eastern" Colorado Is "a powder South Dakota Twenty-six: egro community. Many don't,
keg, says Henry Chrlsten-,counties have been declared he said, because
Ire v son, state soil conservationt drought disaster areas, where icy feel that the contributions i For More Than 30 Years
director. With the weather still soil bank whose
haying and grazing of ;o to organizations serv-:
V balmy and no rain In sight, the GOLDEN RIPE
acres are allowed. Use of idle are segregated In nature I
newly planted' wheat crop Is acres art allowed. Rain two ( ) nd they don't receive any ben-'' FROM ,SOCIAL SECURITY TO
.V.. Imperiled. Some wheat alreadyIs weeks moisture from their contributions.
ago helped
In dust
lying the Chrlstenson 1.ld.'I
late with
conditions, but it came too During discussions Negro
1 says. to help the craps. leaders, he said he DEMOCRATS HAVE WORKED TO
Hen's a sectional rundown off Michigan Agriculture Department give them a precise I
4 j' conditions; ENLARGE THE FREDOM OF MAN!
declared 12
has as to how many were .
; EAST drought-stricken counties eligible of the United Funds LB. ,

Ii Virginia Drought conditions, for emergency loans. Overall genciej.But I LET US CONTINUEWITH -
. It have been relieved by rainfall,'; picture of stats not consid- he said, "This commony -,
t!$j but it came too late to help ered too serious. is composed of about 25 perk I
. \ crops. Water shortage has been MJaaourlCentral and north- nt Negro citizens. A survey FULL HALF QUART
it i relieved. Drought relief programs ern sections hit hardest by out the fact that of agen-I
.' are In progress.Connecticut drought with no rain in July and es receiving United Fund I JOHNSON TOPPCOLA

? Soil dampened August. Feed rain and soybean oney, our Negro population red
.l Mt Inches with rainfall ending yields cut sharply. Fall piston in excess of half of the
t.t five-week dry spell But effects and farm ponds improved by services. I
!; of drought which began In April rain two weeks ago. Fire hazard i "Our colored community Is I HUMPHERY

..y; still prevail and more rain IIi caused In some wooded-areas- rved by Boy Scouts the Boys' &
Kansas The state is dry, ub, the Girl Scouts, Central

! but has not reached the critical the Salvation Army, (H. A'.. -'AlMhiM Ceo De_, C.m /. CMIMHnrard .-
Bids on SRD stage. September rains permitted e Red Cross, the Mental I A....., T,_.) BOTTLE '
! planting of winter wheat Inmost Association, the Chi 11 l I. 6 39C
sections. Very little mola- Home Society, the Alach. CARTON
QuartersVery uri In the extreme west. More I DEPOSIT
rain needed for wheat, farm PLUS

ponds and overall crop situs- )
tion.Oklahoma (

(AP) Keen tember rains ended drought
competition among contractorsto South Carolina Recent
build the State Road Depart- rains helped relieve drynesa In
ment's new headquarters build. eastern section. Corn seriously
Ing resulted In an apparent low stunted In some areas. Smaller
apple crop In the northeast because -
bid far below expectations. BOTTLE
of draught Twelve COU 89c '
The Auchter Co. of Jacksonville ties In northeast and central CARTON

offered to erect the live- sections getting federal assist- .
story 284,400 square foot build- ance. PLUS DEPOSIT
ing for $3,532,000.The Indiana Rainfall U Inches
below normal In the east central
bid of the Dywon Co. of section for the last 13 week lLt BAVARIAN SELECTBEER

r Pensacola was even lower but Corn and soybean crops reduced -

contained an apparent error but not seriously Pas- ; those heavenly carpets by J.-I
million lures have been damaged most.
This was nearly SI
Ohio Some late Septemberrain
lower than expectations and ..
helped, but still needs
raised the possibility that the (
state might not need to Issue the moisture to replenish ground FULL -
water supply. ;
whole |S.I million worth of bond 2 69c
validated to finance the project. Texas Drought appears QTS.
over In most of the state, with I ,
Central F/odtlo Tile g Marhle (0. + h
Board chairman John Phillips pastures beginning to green and
made no Immediate decision on land In good condition for winter PLUS DEPOSIT
this point. I moisture I p. 1540 Wajda Road ; 76 6406

Auditor offered to Install an,ilaces. PABST BLUE RIBBONBEER
extra' .I.vator-the WEST
fourtlMor an bulldlnl"1 Colorado Eastern Colorado

described as a "powder keg" .. ._ ,, _I1II1I11T snI scNY rasa wanes.!.MPtoof*,OMioiTMfIHMUMICI.' .fMamwr iv.
Dyson submitted a bate bid of _'_-"',sow- _.. .". -i. trysWFe". "", .
and If hard wind .
$3,544,130. But while all other a daylong : '
1' t.1 .t
JJJ. )J1' iH:9tO "
should ; ..
occur, newly planted .. '
t i\.I'
contractors added to their base -,
wheat would blow out of the n "'. wM MIi9i: '.,, Y,. I ".". "'..) a # 'I 'w" '
bid the cost of Installing the t. f 1\ a U. (1 w ;'s (
fourth elevator, the Pensacola ground and damage would week be "i,",? ., :',: .iII. .: t t ) 6 PAK $109GENNISSEI
last ,
heavy. blowing .
firm subtracted $32.500, thus offering but no major damage. Moisture '. r''> I VI" CANS
to furnish four elevators
situation getting worse as warm
for leas cost than three.
days continue without rain. 4hc'e

Phillips said road board policy Some newly planted wheat may
was to hold a contractor to a die unless there .Is rain.
I bid or else make him forfeit I New Mexico Septemberrains S
bond.The matter will be studied came too late for most : 's'W
by lawyers for the Road Department dryland crops, but has helped Y ,, BEER
Phillips said. winter range prospects and fall
,1 planting of wheat.
Opening of the bids ended California The state has
Florida's four-day observance of finished its driest year In nine ',' ex "I!

National Highway Week. Newsmen years. The water year ended j"t :
toured the stats viewing urban Sept 30, but despite the deficiencies lfi 6CAPAKNS 99cE
expressway contraction as general water condI-
part of the observance. tions are far from critical.

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'.if/DEAR ABBY: I am BOW a high school freshman and I their affection for one another. This lovely young couple his .r TMASSNICE. Ydl% TO SEE IFMERLY S JEST Qr-lr
have aU new teachers, but I ttlll have the same old prob- been married four years now and they still behave as though P'LANESTETIN' LESS FLORIN'
i.km. The ,very lint day of school the English teacher took: they were entirely alone. They are intelligent, welleducated w tTAMF.A Mcl IAY TACKt. GOOD ,- I ? ExCITIN'Pwr
> OM look at my name and laid "Oh you're MARVIN'S refined and sensitive people, Abby It is good to know MORE'N
f< brother! I am going to expect a lot from you!" All that they love each other but their gestures are so brazen Z DIFAR.. b4 IIJ
*through grammar school the teachers called me either MARVIN In the prescence of others that It is embarrassing. = !.. etrJr -
.* or SIDNEY because they had my two older brothers and ONE WHO LOVES THEM / Oe l A14 DONAT
1 they wen both outstanding students. I am not a bad student DEAR ONE:" Married caplet have snflkleat opportunities < P LOVE
but It is hard to live up to an older brother's repu. to express their affecltoa for each ether privately. latefflgeat, q I1vJ HIM a1JIs
.tation. I am n sick of being known u MARVIN'S brother refined end sensitive people respect the feelings el ethers. :J"i /
or SIDNEY'S brother that I wish I could go a thousand This couple hardly deserves the adjectives jot wed to describe
N.. sillies. away and have my own identity. Why are teachers them. 4 1"pct.
N stupid!- "MYSELF" .
I '(DEAR "MYSELF', Teachers are not so "stapkT as they DEAR ABBY: For goodness sakes don't print my nameor .
; an thoughtless. Almost everyone who has had elder sisters say where this Is from Just give me an answer beforeI #
er brothers has had ta walk the sane path Perhaps yM go out of my mini Is It possible for a woman who Is M years
steal be grateful that. you had. two.pot. acts to follow ..- of age to have a baby I would ask: my doctor but I am I FED TH'MULE I IT SEEMS LIKE
lead sf aw. bad actors. afraid he would laugh at me.. = ME AN'IEETLE i! AN'TM'COW. 1'M FER6RTIN'tN1EOpTN'CRInER4
DEAR) ABBY: I wish you 'would put something jour DEAR FOOLISHi' Yes, I is ....... Bat see yew des OUR SUPPER A BONC.SAOCERED
'column about young! _couples who make a public display of tor. I premise yea be win set even crack a smite.a TM'CAT AN'

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t roffs' comedy balancing "A Minute's Wait" details go: Ed: Ames. Rebecca:: have sworn to kill Urn,
'act. unlcycllsts Ola and comical delays .Out Patricia Blair.. Israel;: but when Silva does meet
i Barbo and Helena's trained keep a train from.leaving Darby Hlnton. \ his death the wrong man H,
1 pigeons and Chinese the station. "1921. mspbed T:. B Ensign OTeoleOToole Is arrested for the mur ri-L
I balancing act Host: Don by the Lady Gregory helps! Scotland der. s I I
Ameche. play "The Rising of the Yard search' for J ewe'' II:. a a N.wI.lportI, i I Ii
I 0 Rawhide Moon," concerns a political thieves In Hong Kong-by Weather .
1 If. BfUtfB prisoner scheduled to impersonating an u n der O Detectives
Ceaabatl die. Noel Purcell, Jimmy world courier "You Only DI. 0 Ice." A I a'a
7:. B Florida She Key O'Dea. ,(Two hours, 90nla. a Jimmy Strickland convict named Frankle is- -- .!..wt...-.r 10.1 .
.liW: BLaadafTaelrOwa, .) 7:. B B FlipperColcr capes from prison, and :
aasMHep* 11:. B B Jersey ean.- ( ) "The Gulf Holbrook learns that the JIM AID If 1 WOULD GLUt rM SORRY, MRS..wo TMft
(Calarf JUII Leigh Variety Between." Well-to-do man's girl friend works in rf IDUTHU AND fAINT ItHt WMNT LHTlNIN4lM.t.rMji
makes her TV dramatic
I:. B O Simmer Olympics Kathryn Terrence Is a local band. .
with nets,MM.AIM N- ur ru ONLY '"itiML t err isNDtL
I debut co starring SATURDAY taking an Interest In Porter U:. a Mevto ITIN A MINUTI 10 ua*TNIIMODLL oN
Bobby Darin in "MurderIn ...... sad Afeen... .-and Porter likes the "Kidnapped." Aa unscru- YOUI Nl1S1AH0 AN01 TNL"I
the First"'A' young T:. 0 Union Pacific situation. pulous Scotsman kidnapshis ARC woeR d ON FOR r.RLcKAMLRATION ue
law student Is convictedof a Samba Semester 0 Jackie ClesoM nephew and attempts CUMII
murdering a married T:. a Saaday School FeramBRasMr After. the June Taylor to ship him to the Carolinas a
woman whom be'had fall dancers hoof !their way aa a Ita... Warner 1 1
en In love with, and an I:. a Across the Fence through "LoW p e p' and Baxter Freddie Bartholomew ,
Associate Supreme Court B Mister MayerB Roses," Jackie discusses Arlecn Whelan I
I Court Justice'mustctde : ds Reeky aad His "the greatest aggravationIn (110 mID.) a .At
whether the student's Friends history" Barbara Bel- B ....-
basic rights were violated liWaiaafciBeeiaCotorPeeyeaad Jar introduces eta&ches: "Terror oa a Tra I s." A
from the time of ben arrest Rum Dura gives his pet a man with a dun Job man- tWtiLI
I to his subsequent con Base bath; the Pear SOB English armaments firm
fession. Cast Includes f:N B Ideate Pieties Theatre learns body building from fights against time to locate r
I Bobby Darin Janet ".. and disarm 0o Nor nrnw; veer YOu Ass NOT 5055 NIK5 '
.. Greta Bomb" light heavyweight cham p a AWaiMAA
Bochner. TA vova uavsa MAJNTV pile, Ire.N zoo Ma, .Jois raNr
I Leigh Lloyd
BArvto( Willie Pastrano; and Reginald bomb. Glenn Ford Anne ctI..cANvpN.TMa1w0 .TAts Dorerusa? TOO nve'sO ara1No JoONJOONTO
O Eatertotom .:. 0 Teaaessee Tawdo Van Cleason III prepares Vernon, Harold Warren- O ILtW W/T54/ .e a'A NANDaOMf covert 511oowN P51CN 50154AMaaicmoeoa
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the Chicago Symphony to 11:. ........SIA the latest science flcttenmovto i I. "State Secret" Becausehe (
Brahma Symphony. No. S B Mighty before era II l nil knows about the death r
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S Gainesville Sun Friday October/ 9, 1964 '"

l'\t 'I) ,ChipmunksPlus Beatles DINING & New Career ,for Shirley Temple ? '

ENTERTAINMENTs By BOB THOMAS retired to become Mr Charles been talking about i a',,series by Jet, the pobted out,'and she cisco chapter of the Academy of

Equals Boom (AP) MovleTV Writer Black, wife of a business execu since last March, but so far I got used to the 400-mile commuting Television Arts and ScIences,
tive. Four years ago the returned haven't seen a script. So .I can't during her two-year run "AU my actvlties are in the
By BOB THOMAS QalntsuUhl1l1i1JJ) J t HOLLYWOOD (AP) Another -' to acting with her own really decide until I do. with her previous aeries. morning she expWned."rmhome'

{,,' AP Movie-TV. Writer could career happen.In for .Shirley Temple It television show' on which she "But I think I would enjoy Even without the acting, Shirley by 2 when the children.

HOLLYWOOD (AP) Combine Introduced and occasionally doing a series. My family likes keeps busy, as she has all start to come home.-"
chipmunks and Beatles and : the 1930s Shirley becamethe starred In fairy tales. it when I'm away. At ,least her life. She has been ,workingIn The children are Susan, II
r .what have you got: To Ross is Current most successful child star in Now ABC and 20th CenturyFox Charlie says I'm easier. to live ,educational television in San and a high school senior; Char
the history of the movies. Later are trying to induce her to with when I'm working And my
Bagdasarlan It's a bonanza. Francisco. She serves regularlyIn lie, 12; end Lori, 10. None dtsplaya
I The wily Armenian is headed she made the transition to return for a weekly aeries. She children are always Interested a children's day clinic. And any yen t 0 follow their
young-lady roles in films like waa in Hollywood a month when I'm doing some acting. So '
: for another blooming fortune ago she was recently made an honorary mother's profession although
'The Bachelor and The BabbyBoxer" for talks at Fox which she kept I've got some fans rooting for -
with his new album, "The Chipmunks Hollywood Theme governor of the San Fran Susan Is devoted to ballet. ,
and "Since You Went "
Sing the Beatles Hits.", solvent ta &the depression years me, anyway. I
Liberty Records reports that it Away. I Via telephone from her homeat Shirley,. now 35, said she
After the failure of her marriage WoodsWe south of San Fran- wouldn't mind the travel. Los I
i has sold a phenomenal 300,000 I movies that have post World
I albums in three weeks. 0 BY Ness PETER fork BART ftimrj War II settings These include to John Agar Shirley deco, abe commented"We've: Angeles Is only SO minutes away ANNOUNCING: u!

And does Bagdasarlan, alias "The Green Beret," a Columbia -
David Seville the ChIpmunk HOLLYWOOD, Calif. of A picture about Viet Nam, and EYES SILVER SPRINGS SITE'Virginian' 'NOWUNDER I
increased number
maker, take bows for dreamingup sharply two films that Involve nuclear
I the Idea Not at all. He's the movies about World War II have accidents, "Fall Safe" and "The ,NEW, MAti GE'COO"KIES'
first to admit that he (oughtall It gone Into production recently In Bedford Incident" "

the way. the film capital. The renewed Studio officials In Hollywood Star Aspires'
"The one who suggested itwas popularity of war themes i Is attrlbuta'no special significanceto RESTAURANT:
I itself in varied '
Nick Drskllch .who runs :making apparent the Increase !in war movies ..
; Chipmunk Enterprises for me," ways. Hollywood movies tend to follow
:- Bagdasarlan recalled. "I told Here in Hollywood two mas- II cyclical pattern, they note. ,For Summer Stock Empire SERVING'
i him he was ants and to forget It sive replicas of World War II At present both movie and tele-
t But he kept pressing, me, and prison camps have Just been: vision executives tend to believe .. BREAKFAST,'LUNCH 'and DINNER

(. then the Liberty Record brass constructed to serve as sets for that the public appetite forwesterns <0 Nets fork Ilmrt es around the country. He also theaters In Denver, Colo., Palm
started in on me. No, no, and major motion pictures. has been saturated and I la getting set to open an academy Springs, Calif f ., Atlanta, Ga., OPEN, 6>A.M. TO,I .9 P.M.
no, I declared; the whole idea is Columbia Pictures has spent they are therefore turning to HOLLYWOOD, C a 11 f. A for the Theater and Filming and Silver Springs, Fla. ( ... "
ridiculous. I young actor, Clu Gulager, identified Arts In Hollywood-a I la r ,.. North Main
about $400,000 to build a 12-acre .war for their "action .dveRture" 907 ,
Eut their persuasion was mainly with tele v Won Meanwhile the actor.also -
scale that will
replica of the Changi Jail of stories.. enterprise provide o..t, .<*, .
overpowering, and the compot.eralnpr cowboy roles Is rapidly emerg theatrical\ operates a thriving theater
notorious I This trend also Is readily a full range of I
Singapore, a apparent
began the tedious rug as one of this town's bus training and win boast a' staff wdrkshop;to Hollywood .which,
war that will be the on TV such series
of converting the Beetle camp lest show business entrepre conducts classes ,In television
process of craftsmen.: ,
.. ... This subject of the forthcoming film as "No Time For Sergeants, .
hymns to Chipmunk ne ILGulager' movies and the theater."T isoperation DRIVE
consists of recording till orchestra fig Rat. 'Comer Pyle, Broadside, The 35-year-old actor makes will be SUBURBIA IN
Is spearheading an
first, slowing the tape downto : Meanwhile 20th Century-Fox "Lieutenant, "Combat" and'McHale's ambitious plan to build a chain no effort to hide his formidable pad" for the academy, Gulager THEATRELASTTIMR
half-speed, adding the three has Just finished building a 12- Navy" use a military ambitions. "I Intend to become states. .
of stock showbous-]
voices, then returning the whole' acre prisoner-of-war camp on I setting. i big summer the prototype of a new breed of TONIGHT 7:00lip"
thing to normal speed Its back lot to serve as a set .e actor-managers be states. "1 1 A* a.television actor Gulager

"Two things I insisted on," for' "Von Ryan's Express," a am to have the most Important has played Billy the' Kid. 0 n
\ said Rosi., "I' wasn't going to World War II saga that will Disney Makes Gem summer stock operation in the "The Tall Man" : aeries, and

poke fun at the Beatles; they tar Frank Sinatra. country and also have the most currently. stars" hi "The- I Virgin. ,
} an sacred to too many kids While these studios were destingulshed training aca ian.".'

I; And I wouldn't do the album building prison camps two companies demy." In addition "to a permanenttheater
. :without the Beatles permission were racing to make a Of Mary Poppins9the
r They." it happily. These ambitions may sound a in. Maggie, Gulager also
; v picture based on the Battle of
Ross Bagdasarlan "was a .. ... bit starry-eyed but Gulager already wants 'to..construct an old-
the Bulge. One version, "Battle .
:'I.ct product of the fertile fields' of of the Bulge" will be filmed for By, BOB THOMASAP same happy qualities he Injected -I has In made achieving some Importantprogress t II 1m. with gaslights village, a town square crier replete:and
Fresno. Ho abandoned the
rI Warner Brothers by a company Mevle-Televlskm Writer, Into his cartoon creations.
a farmers' market. lit' also will
Last summer he opened a 2-
family wine business to follow headed Milton ., 'Indeed, the "PoppJna"people
I :his famous cousin, writer William by Sperling. HOLLYWOOD (AP) 'Walt 000-seat barn theater In Maggie: build a motel ,restaurant 'and
Yordan and Sidney Harmon are like! cartoon characters
Philip has achieved his happiest other facilities,
Disney N.C., In the Great Smoky
I Saroyan, Into ahow Another version to be called live-action film with'Mary sharply drawn, !Imaginative PE1ERf U'B( RB RB RUSH V faR8U0NO2er1
Mountains resort area, and
business. the
He was pinball
"The 16th of December" Is and unhampered by such a
I /.tiles
which win
enthusiast ,In "Tune of, Your Poppins, claims he has raised $2 million
'; Life" on Broadway then being prepared by Joseph M. bring" Joy to the screen for years niggling matter U gravity to expand his operation there
r" knocked around movies and Schenck Enterprises and Got- to come ,_ The film la pure fantasy, although -
ham-Rhodes, Ltd. the tale to He also Is negotiating to put,
r music for a few yean.Ht ; At lent one prevlewer has I purports hap
and Saroyan knocked out The list of war films also Includes predicted the same longevity fort I pen to an earth-bound English .

"Come on-a My House," which many other diverse en- aa the evergreen. bit, WIzard family In 1910. The fact that supernatural i
helped Rosemary Clooney zoom trle. Among the most noteworthy of I Oz:' things happen with- To Study

to stardom, and Ross had his are "The Americanizationof Disney put a lifetime of wizardry outexplanation may bother
own bit with "Witch Doctor. Emily," a biting study of a Into "Mary Popping," some moviegoers. There Is no Fla. WelifrePrograms I

But his big meilticket was the wartime "self preservationist' achieving with human actors relation ', to reality:" as with ADSATURDAY
,Chipmunks. I tarring James Garner and Julie "Wizard ,of'Oi," which opened s

One of his children chanced to Andrews; "Morltury" storyof and closed with.a normal Kansas t UM..p.T
remark one day "Isn't Christmas Intrigue aboard a German Local Students setting.As .

here )'Itt'. That gave him cargo ship starring Marlon I any reader .of 'the Mary .
the Inspiration for "The Chipmunk Brando and Yul Brynner; ,"In 'Among 26' New .Poppins boob knows, the heroine TALLAHASSEE (AP) Anew ; :ONLY'
Song," which! still claims arm's Way," the Otto Pre- is an English nanny who It-member subcommittee: I ,

to be the fasted selling smile' In miqgfr, production about, fear'1Jlarbpr I 'Iii: lip Choir comes to the rescue of a darn was ready today to begin organizing :.l k 'THRU'.SHOcK'. .....",'.,, :OQ' *. .
htatorjf- laa l "mfllloa In seven starring Jomr'W-yn'. ,e lied family. It consists of a for a detailed atudy ofFlorida's j"
weeks of 1951. It still sells a In addition to these there ..realSQ Twenty-six University of Florda puctillous bank clerk Davit welfare programs for U no. III.

half-millioa every Christmas. i a surprising number of war students have been addedto Tomilson, his light-headed suffragette I recommendations to the 196S Iowa: If TIlt _

the University Choir, Choir wife Glenla Johns and legislature 'TT...

Director Elwood J. Kelster an-. two governess-terrorizing children I ,
'11 Service News nounced today. Karen. Dotrlce, Matthew The 11 members: were appointed I

Garber. Wednesday by Rep.,Welborn
The member: choir l lei the I
Daniel of Lake
Into their disarray comes County chairman -,
Second Lieutenant Lustier A son of Eddie Bule of Chlefland, Jnlverslty's most select choral Miss Poppins/who can set any of the Legislative Council l.4 ttttonjctfJW '

I Masoa Jr., son of CoL and Mrs Is participating with other members unit Last spring the choir gave the household in order. Especiallywhen Committee on Governmental n SrACI SMUOUUimv :
Lasslter A. Mason of 204 NW of the Wth Quartermaster some 20 performances along she can command toys to Reorganization.
20th Drive, has entered U. S. Germany, hi testing and evaluating eastern seaboard and at the
themselves in thenUl'HJ'1. '
Florida Pavilion the put away The 11 members Sen. HAHO
Air Force Laredo were: CRAWLIH ;
pilot training at the Goer.
opening week of the New York Verle Pope of St. Augustine, .
AFB, Tex.LIeutenant The Goer, a vehicle capableof -
Mason will fly Air operation both on land and World's Fair. Mary's partner in the world of. chairman; Dr. Samuel M. Day \. lessee*#

Force Jet trainers and receive in the water, la undergoingtroop The .students from this area fantasy is a puckish chimneysweep of Jacksonville,' president of the.
with the children
academic and military training testing In Europe after are: Donna Beard, daughter of who Florida Medical Association; Dr \Srd Peelw.ay .
during the yearlong course. H. four years of design and de- Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Beard, eggs her on to feats of levita- Phillip Hampton of Tampa, pres-! II I I

win be awarded silver pilot velopment. Jr.,' 1614 NW 21st Ave.: Donna tIon. dent-elect of the Florida. Medical 1:01). Sot; VINCENT PRICE

wings upon completion of the Bute, a tent repairman In till Clarke, daughter of Mr. and Disney ,could hardly have Association; SOS. 7Oefs11V: ,
)Air Training Command flying battalion's Company A, entered Mrs. S. George Clarke, 1701 NW made a more inspired choice ol Charles W. Campbell of Jacksonville -I' L

program. the Army In December 1963 and U Terr.; Donna D I' Faxon, the two major stars. It now senior vice president of
Tb. lieutenant who attended completed basic training Fort daughter of Mrs. Bessie L Fax seems Inconceivable that Hollywood Prudential Insurance Co.; Ed- ,'
the UF at Gainesville, received Gordon, Ga. He.arrived overseas on.. Jtll NW 20th Terr.: and could have neglected Julie ward W. Lane of Jacksonville TICfrWtCOUMr.STARTS
his B. S. degree and his commission last May.' Martha Wirth, daughter of Mr. Andrews for so many years after president of Atlantic National

upon graduation from Bule is a 1M2 graduate of and Mrs. A. F. Wirth, .Rocky her hit with "My Fair Lady." Bank of Jacksonville; P. F. Ar t, .' .
the U. S. Military Academy this a t o n'Vocational High Her fresh beauty and .
Point Rd. manner '
Will 1 nan of Jacksonville treasurer of
summer. make her an instant star far : j
Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. G
films. I Ors A '
Marina Staff Sergeant Demit- Airman First Class Harry H. Shattering Dick Van Dyke, lost in "Bye Dr. Francis T. Holland of TaLlahassee FIRST AREA RUN c -.?'- See let*' Use A*, 9.-00

rious M. Jackson, son of Mis. Basen, son of Mr. and Mrs Bye Birdie" and wasted In Dr.Charles Larsen Jr. I'
Alberta Guesta of Newberry.'Ia Floyd W. Hazen of Jacksonville, Experience "What Way to Go," now establishes of Lakeland; Dr. Nelson Skits
serving with Headquarters has ,been selected Outstanding himself as a versatile of Miami Beach, John Mono- SHOWN SISSY i LAST TICHNICOlOa

Squadron 27, Marine Corps Air Airman of the Month In his Air CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) and valued film personality. His han Jr. of Orlando, executive JERRY LEWIS' a. THE PATSY
Station Cherry Point N. C. Defense Command (ADC) Love was a shattering experience dancing expert, and he is given secretary of the Florida Hoettal I

The squadron provides administrative squadron at Otis AFB, Mass for 14-year-old William the bat song of the excellent Association; and Palm

support for units baaed I Airman Ham; an air armament Bhner, Wednesday night score, .'ChJm.('!11m -Chene. Beach County CommissionerLake MAIN FIATUtl AT !.-00e
,at Cherry Point. mechanic, was chosen to The youth knocked out a plate ... Lytel of West Palm Beach,
'- recognition of his conduct and glace window and triggered akurgiar chairman of the County Comlisakuwra -

Navy 'Ensign George W. Rabin duty performance. He la as alarm ta a near downtown Market Association comma

i son of Mr. and Mrs E. 0. signed to the Mth Fighter tots*.. drugstore. Egg tee on health and welfare. +R s Je,f I, : +
Rabat of 20 SW 23rd Ter. re- captor IquadrOL .l'\. .Police arrived, and the youthexplained JACKSONVILLE: (AP) The wkM
cently graduated from a Naval The airman, graduate of be was only attempting I '
Northeast Florida Egg Market WM1.l 1k.la sesrY enii .tsf; ,
to S .
Indoctrination at theU. from his
course Robert E. Lee High School attended escape 13-year-
S. Naval Academy, Annapolis the University of, Flo old girl friend. prices to retailers: afag.t4tatelnltMfee>t ,
!:dr.\WI), mostly 41
Md.During rida. His wile Linda, la the "I Jumped back and struck. ; r
his four week stay at daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard -the window when she tried to large *41. mostly 4V46, medI- .,.,.,,,. i Mlerr.Mt4' '

the Academy, he received extensive T. Lovers of Keystone kiss' me," the embarrassed boy um HH-lt SMTH., mostly mostly 21 J4-JS, small x......e.eeee
j Instruction In Naval Orientation I said.
Heights 214 NW lira n C-447a
at farmsfryers 134
Poultry ales IM OCALA
; Naval Justice, and 24 ,
hours of emergency casualty '
control. = _

As a Medical Officer, he win GENERAL GAINES .
return to school, finish his edu-
cation, then return to the Navy STEAKROOM fr LOUNGI

on active duty as a lieutenant
In the medical corps. DINiNGPANGING ?

,Airman Earllae Taylor, granddaughter -
of Mrs Frances West
of Mcintosh has completed the University Inn COCKTAIl A1-
tint, phase of her Air Force
bask: military training at Lack-
bad AFB, Tex. She Is a mem- :
rat of the Women In the Air .

Fore Airman ,Taylor has been selected i liOQ1ESWC1WEOF iV1"t.

tar technical training u ,
a medfcel specialist at the AirTratosaf /JE TIE .-
{ Command (ATC) 1'\\ .
0elaol lCaraenvlHeAFBMlsa. i500 '!!!I..J. &'
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ef.Thc FetafMa affMB*, a High 1M2'School graduate toMartavt9atred II d' .- ,. r eTAbd Now Serving Lunch S PI I 1 .... '

an A. A. degree JIB PUIIB :
fnrfaasnftcn Junior Colkg. ......, 11:30 to 2:00
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I rt. ..G.t svid. SUM Frld.y.Octeber 9.1X4 'P/ la wrF

Rebels GHS Task Tonight: :; .!:

Among Stop Leon ExpressBy 'j

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Greats NIB NISSEN [and like to win., Collegescouts doesn't do justice to Coach Jim to quarterback Jackie Eck.:
Assistant Sport Editor have been Impressed Niblack's talented eleven. I dahl, a hard-throwing aoutbpaw. '-;
There's team out In the Florida enough to consider all four for Both of the losses came on halfbacks AI Simmons
panhandle that baa 'won scholarships. the road to.powerful Jackson-!and Bryan Hlpp and fuQback:
Tea yean of watching! Gator football hu aeea I' paradeof three straight football games Colton weighs In at a bruising vine teams, Lee and Paxon Eugene Branch _
great telllll'come to Florida Field and a few aura the and drawn a considerable 193 pounds. Bason and The victory was a 26-7 drubbing Leading the GHS line play':
Orange and Bias.has met away from home. amount of notice.' James are IN pounders, and of Palatka. I will be guards Chris Gwln and;

Mary had'national .ranking,.several ma national,cham-.' Enough notice anyway to Searcy Is 170. But two key Injuries have Jerry Grier, center Kim Hel-,
+. 1oaIbIpa. be ranked No. I In the Mate The bard charging canon crippled the Hurricanes on ton and ends David Crown!:
r among .blh school grid transferred this season from both offense and defense. and Bobby Rountree.SPECIALISTS .
The truly outstanding teams though., can be counted oa squads. Bradenton Manatee where be Halfback Al Glffen. a b u I 11 J.
:i' the fingers of MM band. And hla team may be was an all-conference performerand dosing 225. pound halfback, .
drawing even more raves and the talk oj the West Coast and aafetyman Chris Job won ,
If I had to rate them since my first view of a UF eleven
in MSI,I'd U1.&bey'd. run: like this: climbing ever higher on the He's still being talked about, both are hobbled. I I in Pruning DeMoss-
" state ladder aa the aeaaonprogresses. although In a different area. Johnson definitely Is out of ing Feeding .. :
Georgia Tech MM;.Auburn 1957; LSU, 1951. Defeate, Tee the game with a sprained knee, Cavity Repairs .

Fir aeea wbe awed a memery ......... Tack's 1M dab) Gainesville High has tbe Leon's defense also plays a and Giffen la a doubtful participant Bracing and Cabling and
whipped the Gators, 2M, la Jacksonville. Tech vent Ill.that rugged assignment of .a topping big role In the team's success with a thigh Injury. I Tree RemovalCALL
the Tallahassee Leon express as the record reveals Lead OffeaseThe I 1"
31'-' TODAY .
tonight at .I o'clock at The Lions have given up only offense. thus, la left up .
Citizens Field. one touchdown. against three I for a Fret Estimate
r Team Leaden topnotch team.-... It came Former PitcherFormer Completely. Insured
Engineers of the express are oa a 35-ysrd ma with a fum- i
quarterback Chuck Eason, halfbacks .
, ; Dennis James and Dan ble.Falling to defeat have beenBalnbrldge. pitcher Ken Burk. SAPP'STREE
and fullback Bam Col.They're hart, a National League umpire
, G.. JM; Panama
'IIUBRICANB'RUNNING BACK DELUXE Seam tossed a no-hit no run
City Rutherford, JM: and
I-; AI Simmons Big Horn fat Backfield an big run \bard,Greenwood S. C., 30>7., Greenwood lame against Abbeville for New
Iberia In the Evangeline Ltsgueas
bad a 101 record tat
; a 1938 rookie. He also drove'
t $2 Billion Games la season South and Carolina.was the' No. I team n the winning run In the ninth I SURGEONS :
Score 1-0
year, Mag ely to BECwltk....-14. Tennessee, ML ea a stag Olympic The Leon line win be",composed Inning
m. Tech wend B a will ever Plttsbargk. Is the. of ends Jack Baney ((110))
Cater ..... and Hal Hodges (110)),' tact RADIO STATIONS :
- Start tea Scooter Fagaa (IN) and H...., Oohs. swluwe T... .
Auburn's 1957 club won the national championship and Saturday in TokyoBy Leslie Epperson(110) vw'll. awn mans as III _... HCAga ,wranCa
; guards sans WI saw lor pea' aM a1M. IPSC//la./ Whn.wa
humbled Florida 1M at Auburn. Tbe Gators got across: mloV Paul Blghara (IN) and' Kurt Vwf prenlum 1 It .licwiM Mm w* frm.ywrspr .
l field only once In the game on their own efforts.' L I ,.Mi ,.IH* tot. MitM nOm 0m,
Brown IN ..... ..
TED SMTTS' total of around 45 gold medals entire squads were withdrawn.No ( ) and center Jim Cal' .. txt Hwt tmli* MmKirkporrick
LSlTs INI gang also took national honors ,but was fortunate TOKYO (AP-Tbt U-bUlion I followed by the United States athletes iron either nation Segler ((110). '( (r Edmonton
to top the Galore, 10-7, in Baton Rouge on Tommy I. Tokyo Olympic Game open with about 95, and Japan with were expected to win much In 1 I.' lUeerd Insurance, Inc.
Davis' field goal with D seconds to play. LSU beat Clem Saturday before a sellout 71,000 IS. the way medals. Gainesville wfl enter the tattle It N. MAIN ST. 'H. 1714410
.tan. IMla a Sugar Bowl post.season game. ? I In the National Stadium with The withdrawal of the 144- with a 1J record-w III c h
The fervor of Tokyo for the
,These'teams an were solid flashy,. confident talented.They're good tickets: g big en the black man North Korean team and games Is beyond Western com an
market for as high as NOD. the 134-man Indonesian team
Among the Best 'After two days of dries the I stemmed from a complicated closing prehension.ceremonies The opening and 'and the TALK ABOUT ii
weather waa clearing but tile dispute. In 1981 Indonesia
and track
Florida fans will get a look at another... Saturday rd put political climate was overcast staged the fourth Asian Games I sellouts with most other events are ,..
h Mississippi right there with the belt of 'em despite the 17-M North Korea and Indonesia have In Jakarta but banned larval,close to ItAlthough
toss to Kentucky. After an, let the Wildcats get by FSU withdrawn,; Ecuador won't compete and Nationalist China, both' CAR H'1"
Saturday and LSU next week and Coach Charlie Bradshaw's because of an Internal Asian Games Federitiorrmembers. organlxing commit ,. I
> gang might well wear the No. logs at the season's,end. dispute but the nearly 1000 tee officials deplore It, tickets ..
athletes and N nations remain-,. the black market for ..
In 'fact Here are almesl as many teams as the SEC '' In the ruckus that followed, on SlturIclay' I
y this year.to qualify He the -..... standards tale svrfke's tog made these the. biggest the International Olympic Committee purely ceremonial event ., ..
modem tines.A for from
tog anywhere
games are
r f he has seep to date. Figuring Keateeky, suspended Indonesia and' g
perusal sue as
> single sentence by the em- 1100 to 1500. There art reports ;:
Alabama aid Atbtra haw to be.la there eeaaeilace.Returning the Indonesians retaliated by
purer of Jspaa proclaiming holding the first Games of the of prices soaring to $l,* for I
to Ole bass Ii'. ran to be at Impressed by a opening of ,tat Games will New Emerging Forces (GANE- select seats near Emperor 1965 SIMCA
team playing aa off-color football n'"Jdlahlg." launch this vast International FO last year. The IOC later Hlrohlto's box.

The reason the Rebels kk''i In the mind is the first..Impression sports. starts events.Sunday. Active and competition ends reinstated Indonesia but the These are the first Olympic IS WARRANTED FOR
out 'for International Swimming and i;
that strikes you as they run pregamewarmups. .
Out M. I Games ever held ta Asia $1l5 9ls'
.I said It before and it bears repeating. Track Federations banned from MILES
;No city',ever has extended the Tokyo Olympia those athletes Thanks to the Syncom satellite .............-.. eN__.........--. 5.YEARS or 50OqO ':
Pet VJ.e'Lembeidl.lleppy bat aid alL en the sUeXaes,. self for the games as has who had competed InPANEFO. poised over the Pacific 'the
pacing a. aad dews staltoa Bert Starr at tterterbeck, sate Tokyo Every civic Improvement .
Ole HIM up sad eae talght.OUak be Greet Bar .a.>ektrt"to at the |as\jsw years Initial tests on which, were excellent Hawes-Powers' Motor Co. !
J, +MMtiftfa' <-"*' eu pu'airped waytf4inorall from I Does If So they win be the first 1
of to lei heart of town Although only a dozen or soon ever televised from one continent .
Physically, Ote Miss is the beat looking gratters
crop '
great modern arenas the IIS- each team affected the to another. Valiant
was liMn Chryifor .ltd .
Plymouth -
since Auburn's 1987 national champs. That club stOl rates as mree-per bourn. from _
N the best team I think Florida has bad to battle the past express '
Tokyo to Osaka an have been
,. tagged at Olympic ace untlng' a
years.Truly' Seven"Magnificent* for the p-binioa rand total |
National :Rivalry 9 ANGUS STEERS Wo Will Not lo Undersold or Out-Tradtd IoJ

I stm can set that line : Jimmy' Phillips, Jerry Wilson "Although the Olympics are I, '
ends; Bea Prettoa and Clew Waster, tackles;Zakt Smith supposed to be contested entire i Cell JACK NIISONSeturdty OPEN EVENINGS
and TIm Baker guards;, Jackie Burkett,..center. Talk ly oa an Individual basis. na- ar Sundew
about seven mpIf.....' '.wtth ,,10 apologies\ to the 19M lonah/ rivalry Is sure to assert I '
FSU crop,Auburn had It ta If. k teelf. By any scoring system I WALDO 468-1658 204 N. Main Strait Phont FR 2.2561

Ole tOas' beat ml BMs year My easaes clstt, er :ay iutsta expected to win with a,
be wet, ta saaJeatsg that Asians ..... bees let sew I. -
small ..... Tat Tigers gave at ..., star totcadewte taaa "
entire settee. The Betels serreaditid that t sstty ta tat
One has to remember, ta fairness, that t the SEC was al
most 161.per cent defense-mladtd. tight seasons back AU
college football to swinging toward offense, ta following pro
football success: to keep the ptytog fans happy. ,

When you see AOca Brown tad Rocky: Fleming at ends
Bo Aldrldge and James Harvey tackles; Bobby Robinson and '
Stan Hlndman, guards; and Charles Hinton center ,ou'O seea GATORS

pal,huge and agile front line.YesraseyOteMkJeteeMefthebete. Caters have FIGHTING

faced. I weal .... sty eatatea ease If Fluids shield wta.Rather. .

I might move the Galore Into die "great" list ton. VS.

Navy to Send Three Teams a MISSISSIPPI '

AgaiHst (;... leek Tonight

JACUONVILUB. (APMfavy with ta'Injured aakb,'and thai
It sticking with tbe thre+vnilsystem adds credence to Tech's>onetouchdowtj
gostg tats Its foothill advantage.Br .
gam with Georgia .Tech to theBowl
Color. tonight. .ot Pitcher, ISt-ttuadtr regarded SAT. 2:00 P.M.M r FiP r
at a coach m the field .
Gttrgta TttM Caeca Bobby wed tjtrtsrtstk Tact's YtiswJackets

1 Dodd she ttarted this same. akmf with Jerry, ,... ,
with 4) flni.lHBl .,.... Nl / ranhach'a -; ,- ,
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all year's ralet. to Bract..... nrpoundJuntor J .

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'Unbeaten Gators One TD Underdogs{ I

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I Yankees Even Series With 8-3 Win Head Home

I Mel Stottlemyre Face Ole Miss Saturday

,'J Outduels Gibson InJne of Biggest TestsBy .


I NEW,YORK (AP) The World Series was all even JOE HALBERSTEIN Sat Sports Editor .'"1"
at one victory each today but the New York Yankees Florida hasnt gone Into the fourth week of a football season undefeated since.

appeared to have a decided edge over the St. Louis the banner year of 1980. But that's the situation Saturday when. .the. Gator, op-.
Cardinal! because of a rookie pitcher named Mel Stottlemyre Doss Mississippi at 2 p.m. at Florida- Field. .
.' a A record: crowd of atOll C<;IchRii Graves has bid- Carr, center. Shannon win open <

The young r1Iht- lnder's games Both were treated (weather conditions being cated the Gators are ready,at quarterback with Harper '

name wn well known by every roughly by Yankee hitters In the 'ia. good) b expected to watch mentally and physically.\ But.and Poe, halfbacks; and Da- .I
member of the Cardinals quad first two games; although Sad k Florida try to upset the favored be, noted Ole Miss has 'more pree, fullback. |

after he whipped them 1-, with eckl was credited with winningthe Rebels to a Southeast. super:stars than does Florida, On' 'defense, the,Gators'4 wilt' f fuse

even hits Thursday for the first opener. em Conferencemolest.. Graves also feels FI o r ids'. Barry Brown and Lynn

Yankee' triumph after five other The Gators. are 244)) for MM chances to wm will hinge on a Matthews, ends; Dennis Murphy ." .
On the hand ,Yankee
straight Series defeats.There's thanks to J4 and 11-11 victorbe superior defensive and offensive and Sydney Mac Lean, ,
Manager Yogi Berra has "
him'lni Southern effort
nobody like over Method l..t >.
the National League," said Ken Ford primed for the fourth and Mississippi State, .nwtlvely Over the "ymn the Gators tackles; Bill Rlchbourg Pettee .,center middle
guard; Roger', ;
Boyer,' the Cards' captain and game, with his usual three-days and Hurricane Hilda hart only a 14-1 record to show
linebacker and \
Jack Card, Allen
third baseman. rest, to be followed by Stools ..... last week. Hilda knocked the against tile Miss. Last meeting '; ,
.. ..""t Trammen Jerry Newcomer
my e. .. ..1IJ'iI1\F: \ in the ,
"He's nothing but good, .r scheduled game with Louisiana was USI Gatar Bowl Bruce Bennett, and ,Kenny
added: Bob Gibson, the Cards' Ford didn't have It In the '. .. State back until Dec. J. game. The Rebels won M with Russell (three.of. the four) as

ace rlgbMiander 'who tort despite opener when fee was beaten by W' Mississippi l, picked the na- all the scoring taking place In deep backs,
striking out nine Yankees ,Sadeckl, but the veteran left tion's top team In the Associated the first quarter
"I would have had to be at my lander, winner of 10 World Press' pro',. ; season poll, The Rebels likely will open Lone Rebel casualty this week
is second team end Joe Wilkins,
very beet to beat Urn today.' Serbs games, toe been almost came a-cropper to Kentucky, with Brown and Rocky' Fleming .
; : M, out with bad ankle The Gators
Best Pitcher'"One unbeatable la spacious Yankee 2721, two weeks sgo. Before 200 at ends; Tommy
of our scouts reported Stadium. '. and after Coach Johnny: Lucas, 6-2, 225; and Jim Her have returned virtually an then

that ,Stottlemyre might be the Vaught's Johnny Robes walloped vey, <-9, 240, tackle, HlndmaiBs Injured although several, like:
The Stottlemyre pitched r 230; and Robinson center Gary Cliett, Russell and
best pitcher on their staff, Mid way # Memphis State 904 and M
Redbird Manager JI' Thursday' he's unbeatable any- .. tA' \ Houston, 11-9, respectively. 220, guards; Hinton M. 230, kicking specialist Hal Seymou r

Keane, ."but '1. never pictured when.. center; Weatherly. M, U3, will be 'available" .only for" ; spot
Rae hve eII quarterback; Mike Dennis l, (-2. duty.
him that good. I While the a-year-old sinker The Rebels rate a touchdown 197 and Dave Wells I The G.tllrsHI'
Yankees left ; M 190, \ can match
No wonder the bID specialist was containingthe favorite over' the' Gators. It. halfbacks
; and Klnard M 211, Ole Miss field goal artistry with ,
Louis In a ,
I'j Busch Stadium to SI Cards with only two outfield JIlt biggest tome contest for fullback. Jimmy Hall and Bobby Lyle, It.
The mat
happy frame of mind. flies aside from their seven the Orange and BAM since Auburn It must be remembered that need to. Han baa kicked two'

three gam *, foDowllll a day of safeties, the Yankees pounded came here to. 1N2, und Ole Miss players go both ways close ones and LyU two deep

rest today, will" be played at Gibson and three relievers for ndoten Rebel Arsenal tested and 10th ranked in the all the time. Vaught will run ones (to beat Mississippi State). .'

I hits,Including four. doubles naUo The Gators came UP in subs ultra I liberally in a .
I and a home run. The four grldders with a surprising 224 trlump game and the Rebels Lane UP Edge,
Series Photos pictured above play big roles In the Ole Miss arsenal that then.Saturday's. never Florida's lone edge on 1
"b 14 Hits ,> comes to town Saturday. At left Is AII-Amerlca guard Stan Hlndman. at top I seem to vary in effectiveness all for Saturday's, game' b paper noted

11 1 This gave the Yankees M hits right Is end Allen Brown, middle right la fullback Frank Kinard and bottom right battle b Upped as !the way I down to the fourth In punting. Seymour and Spurier -
On an offensive Ira,. Mainly because team.
Page In two games, three more than la quarterback Jim Weatherly. have shown better than
Ole Miss often
can score
IMIMMIHSaiaSSSSaSiSaBWaaBaiYanke they accumulated to the entire and fast by ground and air Twe Plata Puts Rebel specialist Frank Lambert
Series against the Los Angeles Florida to date this
will counter with two. season. ,
b I Florida has not been
Stadium. Itottlemyre as proficient
scheduled to pitch gain Mon: Dodgers bat year on offense but the G a t era platoOn football. The Gators will As any football fan knows,

day.. The victory was especially Tickand Noise have been timely opportunists. 10 with an offensive unit consisting hough, it's mighty ran when a

This prospect left Keanedisturbed man, pleasing to Bern because, as bed Mississippi has a fine one- of Gary Thomas and kicking team actually\ scores on
It "It's tint : Charles Casey reds; :John I punt,The Caters are going V
than he eared to amit. pat ray 4o.u amanager. tw three offensive punch. Quarterback .
.". Jim does Vbatby and Randy Jack son, have to outdo Ole Miss at run-
+ > Weatherly tackles,' Larry Gagner and Larry sing, plain, 1 and ,I deftna: to
have to admit the honors the sprint out
he would on
Even First Baseman Joe Pepitone, Series Beckman, guards: and Bill grab the needed big victory.-U '
that the Yankees' pitching picture standing nearby the Yankees' Queries run pass option Frank
looked much brighter than Kinard Jr. Is the punishing full.back .
clubhouse UF'Fencers
laughed at Yogi'sremark Win
I Trophy
the Cards'. and said on .yardage _power

Kerne la set for Saturday'Curt Hack : By TOM PENDEROAST w.s'sure his" bat hit It,"I win plays.Is And the other kicker threat.Billy Carl, Ir- JACKSONVILLE r-,The. No. othy Reed, Rick i Kroop, Larry"
third with IOUtbplW SUp, betoat t: '
game playedIn VIEW ,YORK (AP) Yogit8rrahearda4fck. Cardinal catcher Tim Mo- 1 fencing team of 'the ,University Groover and Ellen Curtis. ,
Simmons, 1M. JDDOIItII tighb{ BoM! Aye .". Was it be IrwIn has kicked four field I t
!band-r Jim lowfcn, rile W the WorM Serbs fames and I was the sound ef a .,hitting Joe "It was a curve ban goals In,as many tries and has of,Florida Fencing .Club) n..vr club! enteredtwo l, / \ j
After thai Irt M trouble the" teem n .aft., tI I was following it all the been perfect on/10 extra point won the Costello Trophy at a teams In jbe1 open fsI poutmmph.
Yankees. q feeing,. '" """s thigh or his bat? ,i tltlon The other toors. .iBe :hif ,. {
....."' And Bob Gibson, who threw I because Pepitone was lean- efforts. tl meet tore for a third straight Jose Sasek; Robert Knight Richard It} |

Cone Back Pepitone was the central figure the pitch heard a "noise." WasIt away. It looked to me like Mississippi also has a greatpass year.\ Aasness and, Karen ]
will have to come back catcher' in end I
He Thursday to the Series'biggest a curve ball smacking woodor off his bat and hit Allen Members of (the team ae Tlnv Dempster.
with lefty Ray Sadeckl and flesh? i Brown, M, 240 pounder. He's A
Gibson for the fourth and fifth! controversy to date uniform. Weatnerly's favorite target ,
The rhubarb occurred la the 1 ,These hotly debated posslbU- .... atMtalt.axw :
slain inning win the score tied Ute filled the air In both the he IV AIJIImQI Offeaso Slewed \
AP- at1'l.. Mickey Mantle opened New York Yankees' and St. there wes no argument: The Gatort have not been ,. Il1
ST. LOUIS ( The box (the Yankees' \half of the sixth Louis Cardinals' dressing rooms .not""I( the pitching Job turned in I able to generate the ground attack

score of the second game of the drawing 'a walk from Gibson following the Yanks 8-3 victory Stottlemyre, the youthful expected with fullback Larry a \,

1M4 Worldlllrle.: Elaton. Howard lined to second over 'the Redblrds Thursday I In pitcher- who went the Dupree doing the honors Opposing

NEW YORK (A) baseman Dal Maxvin. The the second game of the 1M4 .i defenses have keyed on "
ABRHBIOALlni count on Pepitone waa two work Series. I I Is an'excellent pitcher," the Gator captann and minimis ... .r. ;

as .11111 strikes and a ball when the first Whatever the answer, the left- Keane. "I don't know If ed his efforts to M plus

Rlch'son 2b I 1 I 1 4 2 baseman took a half ..lnl.t an nanded-hitNug Pepltooe was hi our league who has a yards In two pines

Maria ct 111.20 Inside curve balLNicked awarded, first base because'' like' him. He's a better I Dupree is expected to switchto
Mantle rt 4212.0 and than our scouting ,.
plat umpire Bin McKinley of a halfback rol. Satur day
Lopes rfHoward DO 0 0 0 0 Pepltoae. the American League ruled to bad led us to believe. He's with Gainesville sophomore>>
4 2 1 0 4 1 Plate umpire Bill McKlnley we didn't have i I
e quick: any
hN Gibson John Feiber full
was en IIIIlIIl&b( by taking over at ,
ruled the ball nicked
Pepitone lb 4. 2 1 1gtreshlf I Pepitone pitch In the crucial sixth liming. that he was that back. Jack Harper will be the
on the thigh and awarded him I "
10121' The score was tied M at the or) other halfback and thin trio can 'It '
Boyer 3bffottlemyre I" 0 1 0 I the first base. Gibson Keane and time with one out and one on. provide the potential to break t
entire Cardinal Infield
: $ and the Yankees promptly went open a too game. .
: .j
Totals JL17 II $1710 rushed to the plate."The '
ahead J-l ..on Tom Trash's single \ Senior quarterback Tom
ST. LOUIS (N) AB a a BI 0 A hit him .1
FIDodef 400120Brock pitch repealed i Biggest Big Orange Shannon will start for Florida+ ..a
McKinley with sophomoreSpeerrier signal caller ,lt'R
Ntar DIIJIte .
If 4 0 0 1 1 0LBoye2b \
The ton may have hit him," McKinley, who was embroiled Stove expected to step Aaasejy
i II This
iiios i Coming Sunday In for key smiattas. >
: agreed we beard Ithit In a bitter dispute over the call:
heMeans"but :1 Ole Miss. however can be
Groat u 311033McCarver Us said there was no question I 01
4011100 1 about It"Pepitone This Sunday's Big Orange win be one of the biggest to sticky on defense. Tackle Bo Al- a
Shannon rf 4l1020 Pepitone took a sort of half took a sort of half- Gainesville Sun history, with full coverage on three of lIIefelr' dridge, guards Stan lllndm a nand ',

MaxvlllibWarwick 20101 I swing st the toll" explained swing at the ball, but ha didn'thit outstanding sports events Bobby Robinson and center :

111000R McKinley later, "but he didn't It," McKinley said fc theempiric' Sports:, Editor Joa HaJbenteuj, Assistant Sports Editor' Charles Hinton are tremendous ..
.bit it Ho Just sort of half Nbsen and writer Woods Sun performers .
dressing room.' "He Nla sports Larry win bring j + .
0.: kI'ponp i i i e i i stepped toward It and the curve lust sort el tof-etepptd toward readers a, / fun report on the Florida-Mbaisstppt football The Rebels will outweigh the '
ball Just came and hit him right Gators at lust 10 pounds per '
000,00 It and the curve ball just came game. This isThe Sure One
Craig James p 11. there on the thigh." III and hit him right then on the Halbersteln will write the game story, while Nlssen and man up front and IS pounds b I ;
Woods win contribute dressing room l Interviews.The the backfield The strength, '
Gibson p 1110 McKinley pointed to his own r rpointed Ameri .i fHOTb r one choice: for M
A to his right'bgPepltoae World Series... Olympic Games two of the world'stop site and speed of lllllIIaIIIIIpopIaJIrI l.COIIeCIItiYe .
Skinner 1 0 11 0 0 rapt thigh.
bad a red sot oa his attractions each year, alas wO be b action Saturday. pi has been a cause for yale.SgSe.gtamyo.Abet lre ,
Buchek 2bTktab 0 0 0 0 0 0
,,_ n 1 T 111 7! All the Cardinals insisted the ;'left lei the place he said he Associated Press stories and wtrephotoe will put you right: concern to Gator- ...' this seer_.......eta aou ust n iaer n waiia. wrn \
s1l\lllCl-ior-MIIVUI In-Ith ball glanced oft Pepltone'a bat. was hit.' in the middle ef activities to both New York and Tokyo. week In practice.' 4 I

b-Doubtod- for Gibson to Ith "". all heard the toll hit the 'That play was the turning Also Included m. the Big Orange will be Florida's meet
tot first," Instated ban eaUegt football All of the country'stop
c-Ran for Skinner I to Hh. .. Keane.Pepitone point ef the game, said complete coverage
didn't make a move I Cardinal Manager Johnny games will be brought to you, divided Into .the. various
d-Struck out for Craig I to Mb
toward first until McKlnley sent Keane "The game was tight sections to make your favorite teams easy to find. "
New York (A) IN 111 SM-J
.LeabN. ( ) _- N1MUWIBNone. : him to first base. I thought McKlnley 11. The pitch hit Pepltone'a batIt The usual blanket high school coverage of our 11 area HEADQUARTERSLICENSES

DP-Uns. Richardson asked the first base urn- (the ball) may have hit him, setoob wm again. play. a big partFOR I

and pepitone. LOB he pin didn't"for help but both. claimed but we beard It hit his bat

New York (A) II, SU Louis (N)I

.. 0. the Thigh .. GUNS GEAR

2B-B. Richardson, Howard "The pitch hit me ,on the MORE FUN FOR ,YOUR TV DOLLAR
Ptplto e. Skinner Mantle 2Bthigh.." said PepitoneRight '

.-C. Boyer, Tresh .
IP RERStottlemyre Then he pointed to his left ,2,= CAL RIFLES.
\ ; IIIlah. No one told Mm that Mc '' ZENITH
Klnley bad pointed to his ,
GIbIoaLI I 4.4 own (Loo* lifts* sad MapswlAKAMO
Jcbults 1-911 I: right thigh !In giving bis .... SUITS .

U Richardson 14 1 1.Craig 2 t In any event, that dbputod+ : CAPS SNAKE-PROOF LMCINe :

'. .._,.._. 1-1. 0 0 I play was the turning point I
t. Stottlemyre 2 (Groat, Tommy Treah followed with angle $12995t. GAME lAGS UlanlasMi > Theo .aaelSNAKI -
AS LOW ASPtrformaitct '
.Whitt + that scored Mantle with M
/ ), Gibson 2 (Una. TraIl, the tie-breaking run. ."VOTSIOOTS +r+ Vem..,, tTE:KiTS :: .
: .1
., Mantis), G. Richardson I (Howiefd .
,C Boyer). SO StottleMr The Yankees added two stare ; r p > SOCKSAMMUNITION r P .
: (.Flood White K. Boyer I In the seventh, extending. hear Anurtel by ,Couch's : ) ..-HUGHES 1

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Lincoln Shows Hansen Puts on Show

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With 37-0 RoutBy 1 By JIMMY RUSSELL the Wave ran its record to 211 set the stage for the next PKY i said, "This was a genuine team

So* Football AssistantJACKSONVILLE for the season and pinned tally. Quarterback Tom Dobson effort There were Just too many
K.' third setback In four fired fourth down for good individual performances to
LARRY WOODS passing, but lie had some !: -P. I games a pass
Sun Sports Writer sticky fingered ends to throwto. Yonge fullback Tom Hansen on the Bulldogs. nine yards to halfback Steve go about r singling. any one boy
ripped through Jacksonville First Scori: Tuttle taking PKY to the Bolles oul"But
Clayton a sophomore -
Hey Jake Galther the Lincoln was on the receiving ends I :i\ Sullen tor 109 yards in 31 car PKY drove 54 yards for Its five. Hansen smashed over on Gutierrez added "I think

Terriers are tough th : of two home run pitches. Both : ':. ries and led the Blue Wave to first touchdown after the open- the next play. He also added Hansen played the outstanding

year. came In the first half. Lincolnwas / # ; h It a stunning 27-6 triumph over ing klckoff.: Hansen scored and the extra point to make it 144 game of his career. Tom Is one
: PKY covered Bolles fumble of the best backs 'J've. ever
sort of cooling when the t. the Bulldogs Thursday night. halfback Homer Tyre ran over a
Last night at Citizens Field first two periods ended 250. >" ... The home eleven rated as a the extra point for a 7-0 Wave at the Bulldogs' 37 a few minutes coached.**
they toyed with Palatka Central Put la Reserves : slight favorite going Into the margin. later with Ben Campen doing The Wave mentor had praise

Academy for four quarters and Coach Jesse Heard gave his 'i'j, V game but Hansen and his Blue Boiles' lone paydlrt effort fol the honors. Hansen rompedfor for Dobson, taking over at quarterback

wiped 'em out, I7-& That third and fourth stringers! a shot lowed. After capturing a PKY II yards on a sweep and for Injured Mac John-
makes it four bus row for the
at the Bulls, who by this time bobble on the Boiles H to halta score. The extra point try
Big Red here, Jake, and I STATISTICSh failed and It was 204 at intermission son."Tom simply outstanding -
were Just about ready for the K. vu lf* 1n. Silas drive by the Gainesville club I was
mean to teD you Lincoln 11 purse front If a for Ms first night st the
grazing pasture, Just as the prawn /1 1Paam Bulldog quarterback Geoffrey ,
coming on like a big bad fourth period started. :ra/Ilnr.sp: I't.: : : Smith fired an aerial to end FuulTencM wB helm. I couldn't be more

lion. Even then the Terriers got on i ,vas_. pION _ruINW'.... NI IJ"Dv Judson Graves. He caught it at Dobson'i passing, a. 28-yard pleased. I think the way Tom
You'd like this boy Norm ho Scoreboard one more time. Pas,.. PNasO <-IN 5)5rpa the PKY 31 and outran two run by speedy Danny"Trujillo went in and decided to do his

Anderson. Last night against That was on James' 26-yard j IM.rcptod.W. I son 4-JOO. Wave defender for the .score and a! five-yard.'flip from Dob- best Is Indicative of the kind

the Bulls he threw for three spurt off right tackle. Yards las'jarl.ItIN" II"I I on a 63-yard play. PKY guard son to end. Covey Johnston got of spirit that"every one of my

And, oh yes, halfback John M-;.:..""'' Steve TwedeU stopped the extra the last Wave touchdown. Dob- boys possess.
at the midfield stripe, whichbe J MkMtcorlnf .a/N a vise-1 e .- 4 point try. son hit end Danny Dennison. for I. George Baas, Boiles coach,

.. "'''ITIe.LIIItItI I...... ran back all the way for another T_wm,..."' In the second period Hansen the extra point. said, "They were a better ball.
Terrier PKY.-Mo"Nr (1. Pans i run) M.runs toDon't PKY coach Mike Gutierrez club than we were that's all
P I ',' I tally, was a ...... Oshun/. ran back I punt 37 yards ,
,.... ..... beaut ealri .......-.",.A.. NM r110, hem 1/Naalry Pan
,. "101 f You shake loose D.11nl.as pass ,rem O.a.s
5srC.'NvvOMII L\\ one HIM. Orm 4X MM Oran SmIHi).
v wawed. IrtadrM of these weekends, Jake, and _...., Mm else. nftnci DI.M,
,_ "'- .,." Willi Take Jasper Lightly
.P..w. eMwaaPNe M .. t com don and see Lincoln. It Like This "r,. wnflrM MaskamiIsle, .Ms*. ,
'UIMIII- lilt I.lien ,Maybe yon can give 'em a few

y_ lilt _"III .i.iI1:1 II winters on kicking extra points Gator player Kay Stephenson snows eight year old
SOantmfI Wave mates blasted to a 20-7
= : 1 : : i because that seems to be the Mark Hendon, son of Mr. and Mrs. David M. Hendon Jr., halftime lead and salted away Warns Rebel Coach RobertsBy

Sc.rj1N only thing they don't quite ua NW 3rd Ave., how to hold the ban for a pass. (Photo the victory with a final touchdown -
have down
paL by Ron Sherman).
LhITaM/- TNuM It sNu N Ann. In the last period.
I Pastas N. AnMriMi(N/ pass OrtlMMVIntIM 01)"run. w."k .... Hansen, playing all the way LARRY WOODS The Bulldogs have a pair of neU, guards, and Harry Stewart

HI MM = N. :: 1 with a severe finger Injury suffered Sea Swart* Writer backs In Mike Jones, 195-pound ((165)) at center.
i Junw (N) MIl PAT kkk ty N.,fVt- fullback and John Peterson, ISO,
the week before, scored ALACHt1A- lGH SPRINGS Santa Fe win stay with Iti

t Starke Keeps Rolling three of PKY's touchdowns as Charlie Roberts showing concern that Is capable of breaking the starting front line that includes

her that Us Santa Fe game open on very short no ends Charles Davis and Louis

touchdowns' kept Palatka deep Rebels might take Jasper lightly tice. Feagle. ; tackles, Trigger Hodg

In its own territory with his Arnie Jack u the two teams await to Quarterback Billy Polk and and Charles Kersey;, guards,

punting played a bang 'Up defensive Wallops Kenny 32-6 night's I o'clock kkkoff. halfback Rusty Mickler round Jimmy Forrester and frank

game from Us corner "We had a good week of practice out the Jasper starting. ,back- Taylor and center Jimmy Cole.

back post Intercepted a pass .. Seek Match and appear In good shape field. Mighty-mite Danny Adams,

and ran 56-yards (It was cal By JACK HORAN soft one to Douglas who coaxed celved the opening kickoff It for this one, but," added the Bulldog Line Santa Fa's first string quarter

ed back) and gained 21 yards Sua Football A..IIIIDtJACKSONVILLE the pigskin In about a foot was forced to yield the ball. Rebel coach, "I Just nope we The Bulldog line looks like back wlU use halfbacks Doyle

the two times h* ran the ban. Bradford -away 'from the out-of-bounds Bradford then moved up the Play CrownVIRGINIA don't let up now that we seem Hal Tutten and Elwood Bern-1 Sikes and Russell Taylor along

Then there was big Lawrence High unleashed a football. stripe In the end sons field In seven quick plays and to have the right momentum bry ends; David Smith (JOS) with fullback Mac Crawford to

Jones, a 180 pounder who version of a doomsday machine OatclasaedThe drew first blood when Elder WATER, England going." and Harold Reid (210)) at tackle; get the Rebs rolling offensively. -

bulled one over from the 2$. radiating speed and Bishop Kenny Crusaders scored on a sneak from the one- (APArnold) < Palmer and Santa Fe has only lost one Stamp Chandler and Terry Fen- .
yard line late In the fourth nailed down their fourth were outclassed by the Tor- yard line. Don Falcon booted Jack Nicklaus, arch-rivals of game to Starke 7-0 after a hard I
victory, 3J-6 over winless Bin the extra point and the Tornadoes the American golf circuit, setout fought contest The Rebs Jour-
quarter. Jones, Just a Junior,
hop Kenny at the Gator Bowl I STATISTICS forged into the lead. today on a brand of golf nied to Tallahassee last week Biebel Leads
picked up 61 yards rushing a' Thursday night .,... Slaw! Km Barry Loop
did fleet-footed Ralph Brock pint ....... It. The Crusaders bounded they hat almost forgotten a and put the same SCOT to their
The right
Starke eleven amasseda
ruth!"e I with Florida High.
Pram Pa tournament a
incton. 1 1 of 377 In sag a t back and wedged the ball deep play advantage against
yards a game Cram PsNIN Back 846 Set
1 first prize of 14000. "Borne With Four-Game : ,
the view "" IVIII. fir Into Stark territory on ,33- .I
Fast Tornadoes dominated from U a coach Billy
Mighty -- V.*M.. MM.M Iii 4, Palmer last competed 11I At Jasper, Bulldog
the first timeQuarterback they the ball .,. ,..... yard run. Then quarterbackJohn r
The Brocklngton lad, a ISO- got ,_ totar ky I Lanahan match play tournament 10 years : Brewer said Thursday afternoon Barry BIebel led the Royal Gold Coast Restaurant had a

pounder ass a bad habit of home with Phil Elder whohit y,-_MM lilt.iMt_ .. ..t end Frank Ackerman flipped a passto who go. Nlcklaus hasn't done It his troops wer "ready to Crown Classic League at Palm 2176 series ind Butler. .Brothers
seven out of 17 "
heading nor the sldelmn every Ian qua",. twisted In for the since his amateur days In W61. bounce back this week al- Lanes with an 146 set for four hit a.1031 .In"' :

Urn he's about to be tackled passes,to chalk the option effectively -....... .... II. II. e 1n.. I touchdown. That team'sonly cut The tame applied to the other they will be hurting for game Blebel bad 22M14 .113116. Splits were made by Judy
rather than turn field buthe' up 160 yards In thug
ac.ruls" lined
up wmm.rplSrN.r1 six world stars who up Crosby had a 234
and Settle
Starke's lead Brown Ginn .Whlta.
the Ilr.lIder. DwflM son (Mr. run to 76.
fast u any sophomore you. Cash rvni elM/ ..asa, ......), Pan here for the Piccadilly World I Jasper lost two regulars bowing top game.. Sprow, b10a.Irene Kirby,
found a ready target In PAT Bradford now found Itself In
would want to see. HIM III kv Fijlyfc/ Tournament over Butler two weeks
Match Play to Lake Other were turned
good scores -
alsMP Kar.w A.narmu 4.6I and Trudl Feather, M.
4-pound Bradford End Eddie a tight and
You would have liked Lincoln's : game quarterback the .,..-)'ard Wentworth West I ago and will miss first string! ta by Joe Balogh, TOO; Darren : .
Douglas. Douglas cradled one undoes and coudn't Elder decided to load the dice Dote Davtr fed the Thursday
power course known to British golfers tackle Charles Lee_who Is nursing Rohn 771; and Hank Whllra,
hard-nosed line play toe, pens at the five-yard line, and way through the tough and for Starke. Starting at their the Old Burma Road. separated shoulder. Morning Coffee League
as 786.'
Jake. This 'is no bull, 'but the ampered over for a alert Tornado defensive line 30, the Tornadoes drove 18 I others shooting for the .Tenehad 2133 > with a 488 nerietrlfelen Staler
Bulls only gained one yard down during the early Worse yet, Crusaders were yards to the Crusader It on a The Americans Tony If' Upper" a ser had a 167 best gam Virginia
lee and 802 best ;
rushing. Shucks, Palatka didn't menta of the first half. touCJa.1 without their fleet halfback series of quick openers and end big prize South a game Overly rolled' and Patsy
Leml and Ken Venturl BowlingStandings I 'Gwen Dulaney was high In
have a first dowa until the last only :41 remaining In the Stan WrubulskL runs. On third down Elder Bruce Martin 440. ""
Africa's Gary Player, the University City Women's
play of the third period and the Me quarterback _Although Bishop 111IIr.\ connected with a pass to Douglas and two j J'
then because of Devlin of Australia, League with a standout 594 series Team No. ha a 1706 net
only a penalty.
and the 134.
score was British Ryder Cuppers, Nell on 1II- --200. The 226 was and a SM game'Mrs. Feather

Guys lib DonaeO Bryant, While the defense allowed the Coles and Peter Butler. top game for the night I made the ft-7-f split and the 5-
Oliver Rosa, Stacy Bell, lh mas-I Lumber Knocks Off Crusaders to nibble for a yard SPIN Owl W L Jackie Craig had a 529 and 10. Betty qiwnjkked up the

ueL Kleckley, not to mention or two, the Bradford forward IaN casN ...,. 15 i Joyce Ward rolled 528. I 6-6-10. : *

!Avon Davis, Andrew Mlckls, Florida National wall squelched a Bishop Kenny High School Calls_ 01.Lr/ara M-'II. Is II '
Harold Davis and Willie Carter I by 8-0 threat In the second quart slwarb Ills' auN/N' Is 1

ware Just too much for the r. Th bon front Jacksonville c.... '1., Off.a.0.T WF.CCtorlil la" II 1
5.5. Army -CHAIN LINK=
Palatka troops. Cadet League play at the. Pool downed Billy AsbeU In were crouched on the Grid ScoresJacksonville e..Mr. HMDJUmM n 12

I I toys' dub Thur.da1slw league the end. ton for a safety and Hark* six yard line when a a poi II 11 "UWI111.msTMmaa -
Anderson of'course mad It leaden Combs Lumber knock Ugh pass' from center forced Rlbault 12, Jacksonville ....." IS HURRICANE
look Wayne McDonald ran II yardsfor "I.I ds s e.soN hi.....s5 e 11
easy with his fancy off Florida ).
National K
Kerney the tailback to'retrieve the Forrest 11 (tie) Pee .... Ci' t IsINNrN
a touchdown for all the |ulT|
ball on the 18, followed by several Starke 31, Jacksonville Bishop .. ..- I Paris S. P.P.Is
scoring. Moose Lodge won on Tornadoes. Starke took over Kenny 1Gainesville A Manna U AIKM11 0- IMF FENCE

Great new taste: penetration as the game endedIn after an Incomplete pass. P.K.Yonge 17, Jacky ,Ml Its I. 4 CUrtl'l, WIIIKm-TlMm atrtar Ins li II MMW U S. Arm-
a 04 tie in sonvllli Boiles C C OTC Cwitrtl ON II Part 'W
a contest with Starke grabbed another larla I l .nf to ,.... t!
UCT Insurance. Wayn Sullivan ICOn In tilt second quarter Jacksonville: Landon C, Orange GiTAPISTewri w aA" .eeutlfv

pipe tobacco raa back the second halt when End Gen Pass outracedtwo Park I !"t\e." I :jsEfJET : Y.., Hems
kickoff then defenders to snare a pass Jacksonville: Psion 7, J.cbooovlD. P. ... w II MOW
added the extra a
and romp 60 yards unscathed Beach Fletcher I !, -
point to lead Denny Concrete to 13 ..... IeyPM5
for a toflchdown. acksonvllle Englewood SMW-I III.
Inafilterrrt a, 7-1 win over First Federal. Kenny bounced back In the Jacksonville Jackson 0 .. 5aaI ere i ,'.4CIIMIIN

Outstanding second half with a colorful acksonvllle Dupont 13, Jack uP'Ileer'" _
play was turned '
1uNae e a erne oswlw S. I. /
show of offensive formations.Semtimes sonvOle Parker I whO .. 5.. 5111111 )g Sipsrt. -
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cigarette Jimmy Coral Gables 11. Hlaleah 13Miami a Lail fII. svrp -
the Crusaders .
en, and Doug LelUch, DUD 1 would try tilt sge-old single Edison 33, Miami Jack goals a SwNra Cat...PP1 ... "C"L

Concrete; Tommy Tleraey, wing with a new tangled lonesome son 7 Moab a .....
Richard Devereaux, lid Kenny Miami Palmetto If, Miami Prod MNN IIIla i nil UremierlM l> Ieti....*
end other times Coach
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Sym First Federal; Bobby As Gasdlck would call forth Southwest 7Mlam' A UNarN.... Sian 11 TesOpsaspos See Our Qweltty Get Our Price
bell,, and David Treewtek Flor. George Carol 545 11 IIMahar Before Tens Decide lmnM1i.tt Imrelletioii.
Yeas get pleeslag. anew-I" greataew pro-type spread. Norland 33, Miami ...... MasR C. 1t" )-
Ida National Kent Walker NO DOWN PAYMENT To 3 J Month T
Up Pey
tests! The secret? It's packet with ; City 0Miami Cnlw is. i II
M. a'l keat-taeQac sjs* tobeeoeHatf Comb Lumber; Tarry Norris, Coach David Hun retaliated Corky 12, South Brow- Eilw 1: e. :

118M aad Hill& ilt....lid Peter Ryschkewltech and John with a loose M4 defense. The and I I"Ira,. J-P" ... a: II:: I PHONE 3725333SAUNDERS I I!

aM wiisr Clllntteal Snood, UCT Insurance; lId strategy worked u the Crusaders Miami Carver III, West Palm NNM c.. 11 J
Charles Rabbit Larry Stanley were held scoreless dur- Beach Roosevelt I eetwleAaw
Mar Miatr4S<4u.i.A* u PP..1/.IF and Lodge.Tommy Martin, Moose mg the second balL Most of Pensacola High SS, Mobile Davidson :rill...Case.ItIt WIw ass' 1 b,......Cass.'a. .::low:""t N. OIL CO. J

of tilt Kenny passes fell I pus t. c.-'C..M. Pas Mar 114 N.W. Otis.St.
harmlessly to the turf. Milton 5. Mobile McGUl I saw to .nhsn. seersi Nabs CIo /

,Undefeated Starke added Walnut Hill 36, Flomaton. Ala

LA frosting to Its cake when Eddie I

NN R 1aARD Noegel galloped 88 yard- FOOTBALL WEEKEND SPECIALS !
for Its final score of the evening Punt Pais-Kick

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Contest Set SlATS
Good Advice Here SaturdayMore 'ICUSHIOMS.( .
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CHICAGO (A?) Casey than
good 300 boys eagerly GATOR SWEATSHIRTS
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kick competition gets tads JERSEYS (Myo Sizes) I

"When they holler, -heads way. Complete t MBBJBS/! .l*
up' Stengel. said 'Dueldo The public Is Invited to watch

1 sireIt's It You could km your school entrants pant, past, and NFL FOOTBALL FOOTBALL I

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area competitors
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win be th* Slob
time to use Nsuiwgon'leerepie a* lit ducked his bead under ban skins at testing the same one as (Cost, Sr.wee, leeUisw) H.ket sPsis
foiled arms. .
thousand sot other youths aged .

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REVIEW 'W' ,,]
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I Brown Shoe 1.40 Amer Pioneer Life ____-. 9% EXCHANGE ACTIVE STOCKS DowChe 71 ReyTob 44 The resolution was suggested

Brunswick 4.1..l.ii.i 1% Anheuser Busch ?????._??_?. M 113 100 Fotochrome 11% up l' duPont 273% StRegP 32% by M. M. Bryant, secretary :
Cambell S 1.40 :31% 1M 900 Brail] Tract 4 up 34 EAL 35% Seaboard 56' treasurer of the FB. Those ,err a

Carter Pdt __ l.OOa II Citizens Bank 17 IS 100 Pancoastal 1% off H E.Kodik 130"% Sean 124% members lending vocal support

Case J I :11% Conn U Pow 17% 53 100 Magelan Pete 4% off % Firestone 44"% Sinclair 51FUP.U of the proposition Included Ed

Cessna Air 100 ZI% Cowles Mag Pb ___ 11. 36 606 Microdot 11% up 1% 14% Socony 15. Peck, who ..kli Junior college

"I Ches Ohio 4.00 '71% Dunn Bradst ......... 60" ODD.LOT Ford 61% SouthnC 65VFrmitDa II a "vital need" for Alachua

Coas S Gas ........... 31% Florida Gas ._.._..._ 10% '.'l'RANSAtTJONSPurcbases 13 SperryR 14%I County; and Early Priest, who Conservationist Honored

;t CBS 1.60b a'l.t Flo Nafl Bank __ 64Flo FreplSul 42% StONJ SB% suggested the "strong vocational
Comb Eng ..???-,-.. 1.20 !32% Tele 17% ,. FruehTr 32% Studebak 6% technical background" part L. L. Dnke of LaCroaae (right) receives a plaque from II. K. Wheeler a
t Comsat Corp. .:..-_ I 31% Forrest Labs 1m., ? -r-i.u.i 14% Short Sales .,- ...u..!.......,. 1,664 CenDya 31% Swift 51% of the resolution.The nupervlnor of the Alachun Soil Conservation DUtrlcl. for his. 18 yearn of ""Ie.to .

i Cone Mills ?.,.,...?.,.... .60 I'% Founders Ufa ---:..-. 9% Other Sales 391,974 GenEI It% Texaco 14% FB members passed a the District. Looking on (at left) la James Wershow president of the Ala-
Cont Air! ..._. .40 I H Franklin Life __ II% Total Sales _.... _?__ .,.. GenFds K% Thiokol 14% total of 10 resolutions for presentation thus County Farm Bureau. (Sun photos by DUll Mixmrn)

Conti Ins 1.20 '10% Great American 11" PREVIOUS DAY'S STOCK GenMills 443 UCarb 12SVGenMtra at the annual State FB '
of without to In
aaid that being questioned as Wershow
Contrl Data ......... <57% Grolier 40%! MARKET 101% UnitAlrc 57% convention in Orlando n.at lotion, passage a ty many ways,
l' 1.SO .58: % Gulf Life 51% law to ban mail order sales of'their age. If they had to buy said.Other
Care Pdta .dvances 611 Goodrich: 51 UnFrult 11% month. Most of the resolutions,: weapons would be a curb on theindividual's their weapons In person In s program highlights Included
Delta Air 1.60 Goodyr
-- -- "
m i constitutional right store Mrs. Johns said, their age brief talks by Flfield and
Steeel .60 m Home Ins ..... 71% ;
Pet ? Unhinged270 13% UnlvMst 15% Law, were carryovers from
bear could be determined by clerks. I Robert B, Masts vice
to arms. pmld.ntIcademlc
Emerson El _. .... 100 't3% Kennaaw Lif. 111I6 40 I
Total Issues 1JMS GulfOll SSH WestgEI previoull..n
I also for
Fair Camera _-. JOg !Z4% Life of Fla -?,?,?..?....?..?.,? 6% New 19044 Highs r Honw 111 WtonDU 311'11 One resolution Priest of Hawthorne, op'posed The resolution opposing t h email affairs, Universityof
new was one the resolution, saying that order sale of finally \. Florida
Fman'l Fed 40 Lowes Company __?__ 19% New 198344 Lows _,.11CHICAGO' IntHarv 64%. Woolwth 21% favoring the creation of a state resultant law "wouldn't be threevote
Fst. Chartr 1-ITf !30% Mllgo Electron 11% I commlaskm under the State I passed by a Flfield listed several things
hill beans. He cited
Fst. West Fin -...... 1 12 Mort Guaranty Ins _____ 15% of Agriculture to worth a of margin. !farmers should do to assure
Fla E Cat _.,-.... 13% Pacific SW Air 31% Department Florida aa n parallel, the long and ex- Another new resolution commended themselves of a part In the

Food Fair JO :ZZ% Sectir Life fc Tr ______ 63 NIW YORK TIMO MAUCIT AVIRA6IS OCT. SIs Growers remote would be assessed peinuta$1 pensive Investigation by the Dr. E, T. York Jr, pro.,"great agriculture future of

Getty Oil .lOg :27% Southern NItro. _______ 14% sew Twa 11IIIII Ion of market to State Beverage Dept. of applicants vest for agriculture at the University Florida."
3 peanuts In Ala
per for licenses
FMC Corp 1.00 I II'% Trnvelera Ins _______- 44% HloJi Uw Cloae. Met Chg.2S support the commission. liquor of Florida, ton his Operation I

Frito Lay ........- 40'" Union Security Inv..__, 10%' Hells 14&T5 144.15 144.45 Up 1.30 I 'I chua' County. DARE program lie said the farmer should
Gen Tele M i M'% Universal Cigar H4 25loeUntrloh. $".' SS5.24 191.23 Up 111 The peanut resolution was In "They Investigate these peo- Nun member Willard FI- bark off, lake stock of what he
troduced by Cyril Boyd of New-; pie to see If they are proper clt- U doing and make sure he
Ga Paclf l.OOb I 15% 50 Stocks 521.71 515.04 511.14 Up 1.71 field one of the guest speakersat
I ZZIli'' AMERICAN[ berry who said' that despite liens with no criminal records, Is doing It the right and most
Food Fair .60 : the meeting, suggested this
l .
growth' Priest said, "and then when economics!
population peanut eonumptlon
Grace Co S.. I I5I%! resolution. Flfield, former UF
Hel Curtis >"._... M :U% Aerojet-Gen 21% 26-Pound Tumor Taken la not keeping pace these people get their liquor licenses agriculture provost, said that, "You should avail yourselves

'IBM ._ I.OOGl'%lAnadex Corp ... ..., 17% with peanut production. I they can turn right Dr. York and his staff, through of all good advice available to
Chem _.,. .. Another new resolution the around six months later and sell
Int Min C -, I** 11'% Aqua DARE (developing agricultural\ you," Flfield said TII. II
Tele 1.00 I II'% Aurora Plastics Woman Medic only one that met with any opposition them to anyone they want to. resources effectively) had focuv
Int From Says sources of good advice, Flflald
Ii : on the part of members Mrs. W. N. Johns of Alachua
Barnes Eogmser IN ,
I Kellogg .1* '41 ed attention on the fact that agriculture said Includes the Agricultural
I Lehman CP ....... 1.34e I 30%, Butler Shoo --. n was MM opposing the mail defended the resolution ayl n g in Florida la en the Extension Service ..ndlxperlm.nt
I -1.1I17$ Cbrwosloy ..... 1034 (AP) SurgicalraaoDval year-old woman. The tumor order ails of weapons to Juveniles. that as things stand now, any I Increase, rather than on the decrease -
Litton Stations and land
16-pound watermelofrebapod bad been for about 50 I order and grant
rl ClnawmaCompdr ... oa present I juvenile can pistils
S 01 .a.u..1.88 I 11. as a lot of uninformed
Marsh Fid 1.60 40 lei 144 tumor- believed years and had grown' steadily Bryant, In opposing the tea, knives from a mall order !houne" people believe.

Martin M _, tOO ", Cutter Labs ADstaCbntnl "% to bo one of the largest growths although producing virtually no | The resolutloii' pertaining/ to I Flfield urged the farmers. to

McG Hill ..,.- JO I 15% .. .,. .. on record was described today. symptoms except cosmetic ones the controversial Green Belt get behind and support ,these

Mead Cord L m.LTO Fulton Inds .-.,... ,u Dr., William G. Wasson of The mass was so large, the West Attaches Law called fur Implementation agricultural agencies! He said

1 Merkd .......... tOOa 45% Gen Develop ____ 4% Aulbl Hospital. Canton Ohio, doctor said, that It was necessary of the law In Alarhua County these agencies are finding It
Nat) Air f. JO I II Mackey Airltoea T told about It to o filmed report for the woman to compress The law provides for the assessment more and more difficult to get

' NY Cent! __ JOg 40'%" Mead JoJmsoej.15% to t the SOth clinical congress of! It to her body with a wide tight of agricultural land strictly appropriations because of th e

S'' Nia M pq __ .... I 17 Pact NW Tile U% the American College of Surgeons. cloth binder and she wore Back in MoscowMOSCOW as such without regard to the 'competition for the tax dollar.

!\ Norfolk W ..--. lilt 333: % Philips |%t .. u I custom made druMs to obscurethe location or other potential of theI Mauti I gave the farmers a
No Ind P Bl __ l.6 I a RIG Group ..... 1% lie said the apparently mm- growth. land I run down on proposed F agrl.

I No Nat Gag .,... IM I Ie Sparry* ..WII. IIIIIIpaD&from the growth abdomen was removed of a I Doctor Wasson said the patient (AP) Four West- In Moscow said "Aa far as the The resolution! was Introduced I cultural facilities to be conitructed -
"r with
funds from
Olin Math 1.20 42% military attaches accusedby President James the
finally came to a doctor because era embauy la concerned: time by FB
Owens DO MM*. IS 110< % Tampa Eke._ .... 17% the tumor began to drain and the Soviet government of men are returning to their Wershow, who said the Alachua I college bond Issue. He told of
Pac G E_ I.DO ZZ%. Tech Measur _M-OT, II Girl's Heel win becoming slightly painful. using a rail trip across Siberia posts" County Commission tail November the organization of all the UF
Pac Lting U. 30 He said it was necessary to support to spy on missile sites and other had agreed to consider Im- agricultural operations Including

Pac T" T __ 1.20 ZI%' mAL FUNDS the tumor mass during the military Installation returned plenting the Green Belt Law. the College of AgricultureInto

Pan Amer A 1.20 21% Affiliated Fund. ______ 1.31 Figures In operation with a complex pull to the Soviet Union today without "We later learned said Wer- one unit called the Institute

Parke Dav I.DO ZlIIi Capital Life II Gr ........ 16J3 .,-lIu arrangement I difficulty. tReverte9 show "that the Commission I>f Food and Agricultural Scisncts -

Pennzoil _........ I.DO a Divert Growth _______ 19J6 took no action on this" and headed up by Dr.

Pfizer .... ..MI.... .101 404 Dividend Shares MlDreyfua Death Trial Area Students I Officials al the airport carried Political In his annual president's message York.

Phelps DO I.DO 71'% ............ U.4S out the normal quick Immigration Werihow had said, "The Other' resolutions passed. by

l PolaroidPub .20 115% Fidelity Capit U. DARIErJ CONN. (AP) The Fill Job. At and customa treatment for'' Contest most Important thing confronting FB member, { tactadedi
G .... 1.10 31% the attaches arrived
SV E diplomats aa
' Fidelity Fund It" today Is how to keep our
Hitch- us the
heel of l-yeaMid Nancy Favoring separation of
) Pure Oil __ ... UG 5034 Fidelity; Trend U.. toga' shoe could not have penetrated Junior CollegeOCALA aboard a Jetliner from M mm V.. mm land. We have the ever present type 14 flue cured tobacco
...._....... I.DO 43
Rayoner rund'tnl Invest _____ UJI the automobile. floor mat New Delhi. problem of ta.lI.n our ((grown fai Florida and Georgia
Rexall .30058 Income of Boston I.N Area scholars are WASHINGTON D. land A farmer must know
I to the accident that killed her, In to questions the I from ether types tor price cup'pert
Reyn Met __ Jt 33% Inc UJI student response .era" to be gem are widely make
fining asslstanuj he
J Incorporated an expert witness at the positions aa that can Improvementson and acreagecontrol.
says attaches said they had m plena pur
\ Rich Melt 1." 57 Keystone K-I ____ SH trill of Michael Smith.Smith at Central Florida Junior beyond their return here. There dIsslb..... rep r la'i. she his land without having It poses; and the restoration of

r R C Cola 1.20 1111i KeyItodI 84 _____ IMS College In Ocala. elaborately bnsbad.. Reeeb- confiscated/ the 16 per cent sit to tobacco

Roy Dutch 1.735 50% K".. a.4 .__. 1.11 II, to charged with Chosen for the jobs on the have been unconfirmed reports leas esMrpeJp paaipblei. laal. Werihow said that lie firm allotments:ordered by the USDA
Searle CD Life Investors ___ZZ, 1MI nagUgaat teeaJdde and reckless to Moscow that the four might ...... Sea Barry Geld- .k
sp a basis 01 academic! standing faanctal er wants to pay his share of last year _
Singer i Use Stock Fund ....,1 driving a the death of Mill need and ability to meet DOt stay long to the Soviet Un- water aa aa satsgnllealsCWane I taxes but not for others, Including

Smith Kb _-_ I" 13% Mass laY Stock __ JUI ittcbtoga,daughter of an AOMO job qnauflcaUos, the scholars IDL regretting Ohio. aalnleaded land speculators: Favoring out us uap>
Cal Eel 1.85 35% _. ... has Airlines viol The charges were lion of fallout skelters
Sou Mass Jay Growth _- president are .helping defray their own exMneea espionage "meres) "'lao." i iII "We were there (on our ,:
St Oil Cal "__...... 110 17'% Moneer Fund 1MI and assist to made by the !Soviet Union after before the tub dividers additional
an land
Andrew White, a cab. experttosUfytog lending the ......... BepaMlcaaas ) Calling lot civil
St Oil lad I. Puritan Fund I." for the defense, aid the faculty and administrationStudent Russian officers forced their ..... here a redlrledlts 'moved In," Wershow laid. defense measures -for, protection

Stern Drug .11 ZI Putnam Growth ____ W.. ., the diameter I aasManta and tit. wit Into hotel rooms token by 1 "........ hoped weaM W I The FB president said that of 'farmert and their ....'
Texas Util __..-.. 1.11 I4I 50'1.%! TV II JJec: ? ,...,.---, 141 .lasso waa larger then thee places .In which they work .Include the attaches In Khabarovsk to' "'M'" by near ewe dlttrlb I critics of the Green Belt Law mats. -
Textron 1.40 Vales Line toe _' SM Richard Gaines eastern Siberia. The Russians to the had said It was pained for the
ameter of the hole .to the mat Caiman. ton Math of a new
Tidewater 33'4 Wellington Fund ____ ISM 'rile Humanities Office; Robert seized photographs/ and notebooks DemseraUe taaapnlgi hider 'Special Interest" farmers "If All but two of the FB dtree-

Trans W A CI% NYSE: MOST ACTIVB STOCKS: H I. tosUmooy contradicted ...... 0IIt ad. and Sharon from the four. 114 eeettua. pbategraeas of these critics had to go without tors were r. elected. Ken
Union Pac 1.101 43' that ef ao expert far the statesobs HoweO. Mlcanopy, College The attaches left Siberia and rrssMsesfibaaiaiwaBisaehNegro food for a week I wonder tf they Duke was elected to replace
Und Air L .- 1.. 12'4 C..piete YaL a. QeIpI i ..../..... the bole to the Cake Gainesville continued their trip to Tokyo.Hong kern would call us 'special InUrtit',. the late Wilmer Thomas en
1. II% 111 Ms Pacific Tin 11% vp % Library; Mary as CM Re*.
Upjohn ... eo gt pososogor'a side of and Robert o. Hutchinson Kong and New Delhi. No Marlin Lexber Klieg Jr. "It's Werihow said.Werdow the board. Mrs. Thomas who
the Matins wogoo was left by baa been given for urged the farmers to hat been serving to her bured'a
I Yankeetowf. Music DrvtsBerry cxpUnoUon worse abas een," a G.O.P.
S'l'OCK the best Ion:; ..,.,. Gainesville the trip.A emttoleaM. 'dart speaking out tar 0*... place, waa aaaed'to replace

i FLASHES The bean who Publications office. V... Embassy apokesmsn II I rives "from grass roots lev Mrs. Alma Bethea. Tom
tostimooy eo -
I rI." I Buck) Shaw was elected to re.

MARKET was tb'ivhrg tile w08ck Mill "If you don't speak for yourselves place W. H. Gunter "...

NEW YORK (AP) Rails HKcbtogs The ocddeat or Sanitk eeenrred June Odum Tells of ," Werihow said "others The directors will meet tiler-

moved toward record peaks today Dew.MN Meek Av rsgaPrevnu ZI after Mir Rttehtngs sad ProspectsFor will do It 'for you' and theydaft1 to elect officers. -
the true thinking
In an Irregularly higher Coy 3rd Her ..... bad boon at two partiesat ef represent farmers.'' The annual FB meetlnf end-
stock market Trading was 674JIttltt 00 lacteal. up 134 which. Ikauor wan allegedly In Ma connection, Wenho ed with fish fry attended bynveral

active. srved to aBaaora.TeasbBeny Civil Rights Schools later urged |ha passing of a baodrsd perteot aa the
290.00 falls
New York Central up more .p035 Meat eVktking bed resohrttM favoring on aggressive grounds adjacent to flute

than a point and l"emylvaniaRailroad 1SOOL _adIJO peafss) a< tea porttea bos ..T.. I potito relations Farmert Market, -
fractionally higher, sbo smotoftt adatto.aoot Arnrt Attorney Geav losr ketag e school
HIM _. eJxl BBitssj4 by the pert of the Farm Bureau
...* ....
made new highs to heavy d rr asnla5y oral Kobjas Man tend. Florida's' At Fall Meet effkiobv tat) VJL;aavt ef Educeflsai -' on both.the stole sad coonly UP Research
II tab faasakaaobto sober
ing. .." ecW __L err got f sKsot, and level.
Other carriers showed a milder d f Haw York dy. Caoesillrialtr here lilt ...... net aHheoghporttoso Of State SchoolSuperintendents wtifrattJIisiiotitiarsdoeden -I Other business token up .bv I Team in N.Y.
art'N ... .k0a.eaaar :
uptrend but enough to push ef the CWl Rights Bin aod pt'-' n about eluded the reeding of the treas

, the Dow Jones rail average put Old closing highg Industrials for m aduR to serve honor totoon i face the scrutiny of the UJ. December of this year urer's report by Bryant The I A trto ef University ef FJor-'
high last were up 11, rails U and Mitt- saUsoi shey are chiMreo.1 I .
the record closing Court that revealed that the AUrhua
Supreme pens apply report Ida researchers was ehedoledto
Odsts also .. I
theorists UM.L .... briefly on
July 14-thus giving Dow to education will stand. County FB now .has a net worth present a .. msasjinswots _
The Dew Jones todustrial ar- the school aod Bible I.e paper
the prayer
"connrmatioei- top .i
Touch Football to lattrstaleaarta oemares for 6l7.Ho, Including
I ) eo sew eottoal atoterlols -
at neon was 134 all this rtoosBf dscisssBi ef the U J. IIIa.c. budding
nude by the industrial aver- eras op Ode spoke ot inning's educo- constructed severalyears ,
...... the halo'. cesMTBtog pobHc ) at t the anouel Beating
177 J6. Just sesstoo of mm rwe-dsy fafl ceoe proM aoyaaf N eld notoTtsacUng
Airlines, eft electrical equip- fork dIIIIII high aaaoe Ilea F UltoYo thnmUOBrnmBmUt out owe taken toe ** ice to Mew York today.
/ tiktas
jHsflUl* aaemp.ca iroIN WPOOIBonferroaa day.tndtogwsebaaMtobssJipeoaV. hssdkere. '7744 rmia tlst 1 sail eNgl9 Item of Duke of La I B, L
.tuck (AP) w Lay aa7 kiioiBeVJobt ,
metals ..... geaerafly > ..i30.k.i atl ee.ensile fet Ctrl Mgtto Ml Md V as Sttlmlt rlrr .to r.'
of Y tol5sbatt.r Icruns for his 16 years of rorvke ftnoto aotf Josses) StoveBrevwsr
Mghar. hot t wee far uatm lid'bIaIII west tsY a riqidry A afaar iajoMsjbl evBaassg bay vaaa eM o toaso-today fdat t). tobhs ......... ItgaweraOy she wrest s.grd b eels ktraa r Air.....4IIItt. 1 to the Atocboo Soil Caaeer'vatAsi i fnssastosl gtstf pa

from a roaoway market ausetottoodftl MetMS gas.. lilt al for h.40 a r abdeate aM Msei'ors. '7t pwrU tusoMv f r.atcvafoetiBg DIstrict. B. K. Wheeler per "?lsruaL.apanon Hea.aimuas .

Steels, mean utilities and MO. aodpoesUbto Pefiea anbt bajose W-e Jr. w ..st be treated the sasoe.regorelesa I plink to 0 whoa Sue karee.plIeW oaf ktod ef rtftOowservtoo \ of Hawthorne a District roper en Some New Optt-
ekctraln showed sewer plus tog ao soBOBoeesajeota by the M dead adD Be toipsct with,, ef their race wbothW -: a .net who ejooM, to effect I Nicer, presented n plaque, toDoke. cal 1bItrIaIL..
and tone they ore HiilisN or lass.1.1len. the be the sospart of the atote ef a who retired early this: Street and Browdrr are pbysica -
.. aod the IseorsUes the ether boy. The cones of
General Motors was about onchanged -lean Eirtaoge, Ceaaasdaston. The Belk w ad d Bs.r..ct ha .' gw ottoney ..... I ayes Mrdard deppytg5 soocifk Ml>a.,<'< y I year aa a supervisor.Wersbev fasbjsoi'' s....11. Their

os the stnka appae.rsp d athr 'it k act she tribute to me the
wbstb seat rtare M seaare 110 to mr baM asot ... peUnd paid projoct tine aupuuiled by
CM draggoi em stsck. lew .weeba Tta'gats wm ip-vr M- Ittpwtaa Csort ...yI aMs.of ; p' r .... .,.. .. bio Wlkwer. "....,, who waat &U.S.AsrFareoCssabiloa.
o Hapf
The Assndased Press 1% at 17%. list r Mbsraoi a sid pby-I.. Ia.. Casajroji m oar- r ..... .... ....I ) dsreeior of saw Fi. ..1e .help _... &i..awrtb e.al
of on atodka ot seal was a* J ago, wee If 0s- > '.. .. lath ..H gr .... '. .....,
11 ill 0tgr{.....*. lea wets a a at 141111.. at1rm111ra tlltit ., I alss9 a r r ..... .lam r MW II ...,. ,

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14 QeliietvHU. Sun r rt .,. October 9.196

.. ..rvaljy,4 Fidel Calls Meet w CLASSIFICATION" THERE

I SEEby : ,, 1:t fINQEX: :: 7

On Sugar Crisis ,I l t q ANNOUNCEMENTS' 'lS

00na: 1e ;/ I
the SUNPOLICE 1 M I' '

tt., : k :MIAMI -(AP'T) 'rtdel feitllizer;and'puts for.Amerl-\ I c... M .,.....- WORTHWHILE
lit* 4 Fount"AFtroonollltlStn
Castro government has called Itop.I"e1 can built machinery at.mills. >ltt,

sugar conlrftnce for Losses because of Hurricane Tr.N .-.......
HUE REPORT' At a.m. today a flooded tomorrow In Havana, and exiled Flora last fall were placed at AtatcM Notk,

Accident Rwadop heater at 247 SB!: lth St. No sugar grower lay they beUe"CUba' 923.000; tona l \) Fkrhtt '
w III' "
Involved In accidents reportedby damage. cane crisis Is deepening The sugar; growers associationsaid T f I tloty Flint huts Tt,)Ot Cane Ctrl

the Gainesville Police Department Havana radio, monitored here reports from the Cuban underground "Things, Tt Itt AMj

and the Alacbua Coun GENERAL HOSPITALOct. said next year's cane outlook Indicate preparation!

ty SberifTa Office during the S, 1164BIRT13S will be discussed by Sugar Industry for using 300,000 young military AUTOMOTIVEVe READINGIN

past 24 hours were: : Minister Orlando Bon-e draftees for ,cone 1 cutting next \ ;

Ethel M.Hunter High Springs Mr. and Mrs. Donald L Owen h go Transport Minister Faun year. They are paid 7 pesos a Alrtlint loloo-Roniou,
/ ,.......
and Sarnie! Childs, 60$ NW lib 1321 NE 17th Ave., a girl; # Caumont, Agriculture Chief Cat- month. 71 for WcmtfN soloTfTrvcko

Ave., at I:1S p.m. Thursday at Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lamb --z- los Rafael Rodriguez, Labor UnIon Exiles estimated Cuba has I Trocttn 4 Track RinloUH .

NW 8th Ave. and 10th St. Gen. Del, Cross City a girl; ; Secretary-General' I Lazaro earned 1250 million! from sugar I .11Ir """ ...

William Y. Patton, 1927 NE Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lamb Pens and others. :sales to non-Communist countries I M Moltreycloo 4 lection

.. 6th Ter. and Nell S. Fullagao, eH, 627 SE 1st Ave.. a girL :Cuba's 1M4 sugar production,I this year. It was unclear M Anltmobllo Avhmtklln RttolroH for 'SoloMl THE

1038 ME: Slat Ave., at 4.03: pjn ADMITTED1 never announced by the Cuban.bow much sugar went to Iron .. Con 1p

Thursday at N. Main St. and government, was estimated as Curtain countries most of this Avlw WanNEDUCATIONAL.
Stansel lt:. Golden Jr. Michelle I
I 14th Ave. I W. Beeman Betty. S. low as 13 million tonsnallest reportedly on a barter ba.... ,WANT

I John J. Law, Keystone NickeH, Clifford Jackson, Addle since im-by the head of the Before Castro when the United '4

Heights and Charles C. Douglas B. McMillan Henry L. Peacock sugar growers association In States paid Cuba a premium II IctKth) 4 InotrwclloRIf

711 SW Ida SL, at 4 p.m. Jr., James H. WHHS. Annette exile Arturo Sueieras., above the world market Cuba, MoIICo Ooncln ADS

I Thursday In the unit block: of SW 8. Jones Barbara W. This output of Cuba's princ\ then the world's No.. ,1 sugar M WtMotVNMnictlM

4U Ave. Wamlck, Betty Karen Dnrranee pal dollar producing Item would producer;received about $700

MeDIa R. Raises.1301 E. University Marlon M. Miller Edward compare with 3.8 million ions In million annually from the product IMPLOYMINT.

Ave. and Florrle VI L Camps Edith H. Kb 963.. The 1992 harvest was more 'II ........ Hot WontofII Announcements

Capo St Augustine at I:20 by Oscar Servrn, all of Gainesville than 7 million. Milt Nil* Wined
at MB! 8th AVI. Sugar Js reported rationed I lo II Hoip-MoW tr FomouM
Thursday : is
pjn. : Herman L Myers, WO- Adding to Castro's woes a at

and 8th Blvd.CatllerlDa listen; Mrs. Ruby S. Butch- sugar price drop from above 12 Cuba monthly.two' pounds. per. ,person M Itlto Work 1/wp WtnM West,....... I LOST b FOUND

Chliholm, 1304 NE Ins, Hawthorne; Eddie Puck- cents a pound to less than t 17 Work Wtnttl Mom M A' ,,
j 3rd Ave. and James E. Hod- ett High Spring; James Stockey. I"t' nets 1" ; e cents within a year. ,now 1 ,;.. ,f',=::: =

nett, 834 NE 7th St, at 1:_ Archer;; Darlene Lamb, Prepare :for ,Dedication <"Moreover next year's crop Confesses 'ARMS LIVeSTOCK tlc/la Clio,. Tens N G.M.wIIN.,",. 014.1151 C:"" ...

I p.m. Thursday at 800 8E 4th Cross City; Vebna Lovelace, will not be high since Cuba .is LOIT AGAIN. loMDll ..... Moot.

Ave.' Old Town; Marie G. Hells University of:Florida cleaning personnel 'use an cutting green cane not lettingit Killing 'Wife, M Form.. IwlpmontPFo / win ly toll MMto orlclc on*tin Ion,makings_ chiM svn

Annie S. Lewis, 607 SE 12th man, Alachua; Joyce C. Sten aerobucket to reach the big glass. panel of the $%.2 mature, said Sue Ir. .. But Set Free UvtohKli a FtrtlllurIt 4 StpttaLonmctplnf .. _coil.J.l711":.. mined. CKod FhSo F.

St. and Josephine H. McSwtae, gel, Alachua; Bryan E. Barton million Nuclear Sciences Building this morning u Whereas the harvest traditionally It To* MM 4

3221 :NW 14th St., at 12.30pm.: : Lake City; Bessie L. the University prepares for official dedication of the has been a 100-day affair, WASHINGTON I (AP-James FltO 4 ....... PERSONALIZED SERVICE

Thursday at ,Waldo Road and Jones, Newberry. new atroetnre Saturday. Dedication of the starting In January ,Castro \II W. KlOough, 42, a former, mailman II Llvoitock Wtntt. IU,, N Awry I
3UiAve. DISCHARGES: five-story, building comes on the 20th anniversary. making It a year-around affair who confessed three timesto 0 0,. ,: ,: -, t 5n".welled t1ss ,
AIda B. Perea 738 NE 25th I Bernhardt Mr. of the Unlnni l''s first nee of radioiaotopea. Dr. In an effort to get needed dollars strangling his wife and led FINANCIALMluilnoM M A Un""' Aw an-Use u
Mr. James T. .
Ave and a parked car, at I:>> Oscar r. Fowler Mary Branvett Glenn Seabor,. Nobel Prize winner and Chairman of as fast as possible,' police to her buried body has OotorhtnltlMIT LeARN open 00 .40441 01,05 by. .tpe.4Md. N,

am. Thursday the 400 blockof : Evelyn Egged and baby, the Atomic Energy Commission delivers the ma* Sueieras claimed this year' been freed, even though I the Monty It UM r..w. :, O1.u1 : -"ft"

NE 4th Ave. Paul Capita Eugene Bovine, for address Saturday at. 10 a.m. in Bless udltorlum.UF short harvest was caused by a Judge said "We know this man 'MMtrtgtgtiMIRCHANDISI .om tie. !Iv Utt tt"Urn.t "". .

: Carl W. Dennis Dunwlkm Melissle Dampier, Bonnie Mo- ( photo) lack: of skilled cutters, proper .fa Bulltv." ,r M.Ny WiNd I SPECIAL NOTICES-

J and Dora N. Norman, 843 SW ser Jane Ktabrougn. Adam I
6th Place at 10:30 Thursday 1 '"With a heavy heart," Judge OU. WIIOHT Hftly" .1tII/ nw
p.m. Musselwhita Barbara Zuber .
I 0. A ONt 7.0041. ,
Only /e
en SW 13th St south of and lOb, Mr. Archie B. Mallard Coin Collectors Bid High I George' L. Hart Jr. said Thursday ..> WontM to lay I Cwnpny 011 W"IC.. ea... D.5 500
he directing a U.S. '
Gainesville. Mrs. Irma Badger and was tt Mtdilntry' 4 ,....

Arnold M. Kramer 1615 NW daughter George R. Hitch, District Court' Jury to acquit '41 luliainf' MotorloM, .. MATURI'GRADUAT=::"W"W:[ slw.0 of'
3rd Place and a State Road Do Mrs. Ruth L. Roby Sharon For Sunken TreasuresI Kl Hough of manslaughter '41 M AnHqum NOw lIIld' 0.. wins 1.5 ...., 110 'lilt or a des t:

:=, partment sign, at 7:l' am today I Lee Newell, Mildred J. Du- charges. He. added"In fact It 'MMIC.'F..'sill JtnL"1Ps3uss&iS
.OO en State Road 20 three bolse Mrs. Kay MlwD and almost makes me physically .W Tredlne. pal soy all,.. CklM Care

miles from Gainesville.DWI son, St Elma Dowllng Roe-II HOBOKEN N. J. (AP) A phere in 400 years, were little Inc., but was 'outvoted:: ,The ULV, T M": ''I". .*. pus OH 4 wade 'ffi'i "1....

coe Douglas Stance Golden, small of $2 million more than an appetite wetter be wanted '* .71..... Morlno. awl* .ssir
portion a I group, explained, to The U.S. Court of Appeals 71 Como lived ,.... FR 6-5123.
-. Duane F. Kairns Rt 2. was Hazel Carroll Michelle Bee- find of sunken treasure was for coin collectors who bid for offer some of them on the market ruled' IWIougb's three confessions '71 Oftlcf SqglpmonlriMvllctl LADY 1 tr.. Mir .MN_ day

: arrested by Gainesville Police man. snapped up Thursday by collectors Itt Spanish pieces put up at auc first to determine their fll.l J Jne. invalid and Hart laid this MtrcnonflMRIAL con, tor. IIIdos,?.paved III

at 3 RJH. today in the 2200 from (tr as Spain. tion. .' ) yin plop .qulpr4.N, N ii r
u away l left the, U.S. ittornefk :offn| emery. CON 372.711*

block charged with driving Gold coins,part of what Is considered The coins minted in the 17th The quest for the lost treasure without <;sufficient'evidence 'I'to ESTATE FOR SALI WOULD LIII :,:." .dnd. $,

::; while Intoxicated Storm BabiesBATON one of the biggest treasure and 16th centuries, were scooped began in the spring of 1963 when I send the case to theK11lougJ' pay: NHr'"PW.ns .11'TtNflUT''-'

Fire Cans .hauls m the western bemls- from the ocean bottom off Fort some Spanish coins turned up I* M Mobil Harm...r'l."l

ROUGE, La. (AP) Pierce where they had been on the beach off Fort Pierce \ \ witdisappeared HUM lit Ml*
At 4:48 '
: p.m. Thursday an on' Oct. U;: iWO.! Kfllooglr was ..o Wilt/front FrottrffM PLAY: _. SCHOOL
Rsdcliffe who received
Hilda scattered since a Spanish treasure A check of Spanish archives '
.. auto fire at 400 S. Main St. i HOUOM Mr tollMCotttgoo VINt t10 III 1.n .
Minor her name when she was born at LegislativeProbers I fleet of 11 ships sank In 1715. showed that a fleet of.11 Spanish questioned by police, and after lilt. .... N se .NV 5. PR'Is.a 0,01544

.. damage. Morgan Qty, La., during the I "It wu a steal," said XavIer ships bad been lost ta a bur 379 hours ltd. then to, "her *pdy. of Coil .i,... lscV....... CHILD nice 11(111 C"..... miNw's..Wltnw.. ...

At 8.24: p.m. Thursday a recent Hurricane Hilda,has left To Calico, president of the International rlcane off Florida in 1715 while He signed a confession which I -. DM litott .Warp -.ne.w ilw10 4.W.V IR. JntI.ns ,

; house fire at 724 NW 16th An. shelter Association of Professional was ruled out on,grounds that 'if' f TonI WOULD LIKI it .
a Baton Rouge Red Cross : carrying a cargo of gold from Out VrtMrt* III ........ tell for eMWronIt '
my Fw ,
No damage. to return to Morgan City. Job Numismatists, after bidding Mexico. the method of questioning 'N linlnou Frtttrlloo7l :. Call! 37 -8060.
ended the worth of and the time be was held before Rniitontlol. .
$50,000 .
: At 7:11: p.m. Thursday, an on William Phlppa a British adventurer InctiM 'CH'lO' ,-"tI1t; MnNr nw
Her sister Audrey was bora in he was charged: were Improper ra' III III' ...... N. e. foie
: coins for sale. ,
Ali ,
up Forrr.i 4
auto fire at ne OaiaesvOla TALLA11A38EE recovered 84 million .r Acme Vj
: Shopping Canter..IIIIw..d. image. rforgan; Cta ":durlng Hurricane, .: resignations by(AP two) -of Despite its- Calico travelled here from worth of gold from the wreckage Two other barred.oral confessions also ., !1"Ctlorod Froijorly, f low c "Phen. 37t.SI'

: rr t CI r- -. I II Audrey In IW.r I members the Legislative mvesIgatlons Barcelona Spain to pay t17OOO ef one of the ships two yean were FJMAU. Ml;, WANTED
for a handful of pieces Including later. ,'KINTALS ;;
Committee win stay on the biggest of the offering D"' (

.Ex-Convict Draws Life the Job Its chairman says. a 1711 four prize Escudos piece What was left was scattered 'in Collier Seminole State t i .4*l Colon Property .......,. TYl'T'NI: aeltw/n, ri r M NN'N''

J "We will be In business" Rep. for which he paid $3,601 .., Ia .the sand and mud on the Park", 17 miles east of Naples, o4t Cttttiot lor Hal. .MAID, .W_' Mlw III MI

R. 0 Mitchell of Leon County, Another big spender was John ocean bottom. Fla., on U.S. 41, .Is a memorialto N Purnl.Md, -.i, uN cMIA for guilty.\ .10' on/.a.,. C.11ioaltss Olt
Kidnap-Slaying Spree the chairman, said Thursday Hoboken tool Since the men who built the Tamtam 40 Unromhht. 'At*. ..... .11./110 .. III I"" Ave.
Pasquale a tux May two'l'Oups of .. .
to answer rumors the committee Trail in the 1920s. It is one T Mount '(or Rom rum WAITfflU I toot
who carried off searchers have
: CHARLESTON S. C. (AP) father and married sister were I would fold die 1702 maker gold piece of eight for a than 4,000 gold pieces extracted thousands more of the dredges used to dig fill .N Honor for Ron ..04/um. 1-1110. ...,_4'vnlnj a ...".'HI.M,. 1hI'-"ty Palo." .

Joseph Francis Bryan Jr., 26,an In the courtroom. "All members Indicated their of sliver for the hlghwsy's base. . ._. for Red PIRSONAIL. Y1y IOp. N w0
13,400. coins silverware pewter l In tony oditft tttrt ...< ml
Wednesday '
convict and former mental pleaded guilty -
.I- Bryan
desire and determination to continue find was made N MttM' Hornot Cytrooo.UMKjo.wMcH It now
patient was sentenced to life to the kidnaping of Johnny to out the work assigned The $2 million muskets swords, cannon ALACMOA eOUNTV tONIfMCOWMIUlM '51 MI... Rtntolo toon In O.In. wiin. aw......
I carry last May by a band of treasure alls, anchors, ballast stones. not noctuory. AMy inSchool
imprisonment Thursday In the Roblson who disappeared Feb. to the committee by the Iron IN CAR ALMNUA cdusTY1CoulTwouae SU Wtnto. To Rtjt ,... iI '' ,
kidnaping! of a 10-year-old South 27 from his homo in suburban hunters after almost a year of fittings, sliver and gold FLORIDANollCt WAIiTiO Inn. INvlcla' M N
INS he said. "All AimtVIU.1.
Legislature WIllItII ,
buckles ..,.
and Noview. C.1pR .
dredging foot by foot through rusty but It 01 3.
navgational .
Carolina boy who was found Mount Pleasant The boy's body .It "nnW NIvi that ":tt''I.c4U. del .
members will remain on a CW00I0 MI 11 OWIct' Desk loon
nine of bottom. Instruments. Ce.OY Z$14
dead hi Florida. was found March II to a man- acres ocean II NI ,..IIto' M WK '
tuOlk rln5 .
report will be made to the Leg MRinlMU RoMlloIRVICI Homo CMTJInotlflf: .......
near Uallandale The leader of the expedition Fischer and his. wife leave nmloy, Omar M. m" In Wit = .
The slender brown haired Audubon grove swamp Tt It nlrIyNn
t wotk
(till My
islature. Room
Mel] Fllchtr.oI Vero Beach, and Nov. 1 for where ttmlulon .. 641talewule Iclitol ..$...... tr .M work
Spain $1 resat rwoM. -
Fla. tbeyl 00551
Park N. J., man shown Mitchell made the comments 'I 1IIOd.-'J? npiIm III ,. ..., ( .Ixcuwnt ........... If ..cc.N.d. -
Bryan also faces prosecutionIn his wife were present for the study the Spanish 'govemmen wrlnt full it Mr. JoM
'no emotion when he heard 01w.OID.t' mynMrlApI
Florida and Tennessee after meeting with the four auction but did not bid. archives for clue to the Ica). l0.4lsh\ Zo/N/ DI .C. Fnctor J,.. Fononmftun..
where .
pasted by Federal Judge Now Jersey :.:. M IM eN.re N 5: N/cNd. lorvltoi I cell N .Pi. A.. .
irk in. ii
r i' J. Robert Martin Jr. Bryan's In connection with the members remsinmg the wakeof Some ,spirited bidding war.shouts of an $11 ili Hon treasure twit* Ctmmlt>iwior lnmi 731n.. 1.- pont....IMtl I:. '.M..Neil htuT,

kidnaping of three other children resignation by Sens. Char- made by Frank Allen of Orlando .:lost! In the ocean, 'in 1M6. .. At.pets .tt t G.c,<'lono"$ ,'. 4 In" int .wed. M RMIO" 4 TV e orvktl W"""TeO MONIIT RSLIAHC
I i sad.0 .4
-two of whom Were also lev Johns and Robert Williams. a member ef the expedition ,ntp.n II ScH_ ,. MAlO ""C".I and Inrilnt5ST7" /
RIoe. s4.mN | Aitlltnct 4 PwIlmlWANTAD *. '" m N*
found dud. WblDthf1dOftil.t Allen and Calico wlllt"lhroupa IN 10) TNI AND COUNTY FOR. AkACNWA JUOOIt COURT.. p 14 :.ro-"J": .$ 71 164 /10 $1.1YPSRINCIO.
I week, the leaators called for the series of fire raises .O.IIDA COUNTY.IN lee. ..e ellp"14 N loci...." K .M .,_ 01511.
Uatld rapid on
WEOOTsoiIe. He is as a suspect In RC, RH.tt of ... M H U M II. I tnf 1 TM RIORtnf __ .,
......,. M HM'
thedeathaofDavldWulffl.ofWUllngboro committee to caaa operation one com,' but finally Allen VM.IIS U MUIIIAH Hut pwN toentno. M RATES trt. oit homo. Od. III
ttx city Nmlti tf LiCrtloo 3$. tl to* __MOIl 1 Tim. Clll I7M>"
N. J. and Louis They Mid there was not enough dropped out, saying: "How can Notice M ceD/Toes Ho Iho city "...11. tl LoCrtOM e .

Hackie) Wilson, 7, of SL Peters. time left before the 1869 session keep bidding against him when L. NoSes.....,.... t 1 Hi.* M10/t tt VALLII .U..0.10M Ik U....C lty It.lots." 0, 4 tt* IOU LtC"M Rles: PH. 37'-1411 12 Mtlt Hoi* WmoMtlSALtiMAN
starts In April\to do an adequate be his .,, OICHIU trt Mushy Mlttmonto OM Ititl Fort tl ItttloM 31 tut 31 h.Cllulll". .- -
bur( And be 1s withkidnaping I'm going to guest. I a.d d ,swIw N ell .,,y .= w TM Rne tnot Hot wm>H LM ton ti ,
Dennis Burke of Hum- Job. Allen said he would leave soon ... ttfttt micli to ...Hwy. tttkt.may If.Mu.S. .... County": .Minor.tMt ol ...t rUnt-tlwoif Nnt tl '' OalrDEADLINES For 'our mon-i. 1 ciominn p.VM Hi* fur.o

: .CAUSE WE boldt Tern. Mitchell sail that while no for Spain to do some coin bunting Ju..I Altcnut County. 'Ier..... ot II.. awe" W t..4.1Wd NwTV. u. 0p4.M II ecliN.Iwl5 *. 'Tr.r.: 0 lull Jmt =
lt CturthoHoo tl Oomot lllo, ........ wi ..,_ .
committee II." Roof .... U Irtm N l. Mtrt ARohr wnoon-o
CHARGE 30 LITTLE ,The Wulff chad's body was m.etlnas held, all with Calico. wirMn oil,. .coUfMtr nwiiht from MM orn .wMOrt ol mo txMtat *tMvino Oopt .._ .
found In a wooded area nearHlllaville members wen to town and they AIleD said.. be had tried to buy toe/ tf Itcn* ciom"rat' .fHtncono tr tontnttwM* of mo N.lw. to. 2m Oitlrict\ (No. II Norm tt. tin. I'... III.. Frl.. ttotn SAUSMAN-DfllVE
: nMt carfromLOOffO band wrlMrn tnf nunl ofolt tttol< 111 Mo* Ctvttv tint, lot III lIlY Mmlti Nt peel ...... OWN CNI
Va., and the Wilson Individually Indicated they would some coins from the incorporated out peso tffko. oftroio t ol Wt orrnltlilLO N l1Cr..aApNk Ooy ovMI.COHtll "U=-0,1w :::C.nlmIIW Mr. Sue.wet. .
boy's body was unearthed froma stay In the group and continueto as Treasure Salvors.ewneoTrjAFFIAR .,.,- tM mint to morn to byM, Nn 1,. II SritbUtK, Bow 01. For .. : _
.4NNb5. -
ciokntno. Mo ". pfd Nt M IrttMtM k> N t ort olowity totor-
or Mo
-QH 0 shallow grave near Venice, work. i feocomt wit tccortlnt. oMinwv.to I... tr'IU ComnluloiwrilTKtf I II It ...... fN.Pin CAREER
found unharmed TO, RLIIAIITH IITILII THOMAS Ninny L. eRAv J,. ,orl tl UNIT 19 TM ..... tM ... lo to In Mon. 10"I .
.="- Fla. Young Burke was The others ire Reps. George AOORU UNKNOWN AdmOwr.r N we 100,0 I. Nut Mrt tl Itclltnt Jt. If. MJ Ion* p' IttMinimum. OPPORTUNITY
when ha was ,.... ... 4 TM -. on'* IN port tl totHoniJl .
with Bryan Vtt ere 1 T .11. ttiol Hit tortNvono VALLie L. Mu e c"W : ( M 4 Mm I .
.... Stalling of Duval County Leo ( I nee II T7I RIM Ihtt M"Iht w. all /M. Nw.a lor MnAleea.
Oik inwnnct All IncluM!" 26 In New Or- KM Ooo HM ot mil you 'byMORt.ll MM It f)I* n. >MIn M .... mrrtunftnt trot lo toll
: arrested April Jones of Bay. William Owens of l TNOMAI .In NW Circuit Court TH1 CIIICUIT the i00 II 511w 10 0 tilt FAMILY RATA Momoi. l 110''.
I .. ""
kl CHoncory. oMytt fr.e.Ke
tf AUdnM -" .IOH' ell. .. wf .....
: TO JAX AIRPORT Ieana. life Martin and Sen. William Young! trt ittalrot' It tirvt t ..... tftuinl Poe aUC""A tfvwIfclMb COUNTY.VIH WIIf Ill IN CHAN-AND rII I llnarl.h, T.,.." J4cU....oS .......- Cult r MN.re i II.mO ot

..... PR '%IM4OfrlCI Bryu' father, said the clrcuD.tueta of St Petersburg. I vw,, 'wTJno"fiomilirt. ..oittmov.to L Cn-I.. Caly.OALI.M. WHITt. ::-:1: .=-: ., tt linoflntonitno :_. :.. PC V'00.SARTINOII .

: AT MANOR MOTIL sentence "under the SCIUM'" ,. Go ... m. 0.11I.. ,....... ISIS Real NS. sa 0e, ,.. .. niRmII Lens. Iei.P.iw10 .
was very just" IMTICI mTIHTION T* I ,*_ and file N'. orlfiMl! to wo o* I. RrtHore Cotnlf...Wnt.tHUorlon Imtrnono MI nitTtM c N.1. C-'t 1.dwymv
Caustic Fcrtmui OMMOFvniMnl two M txo Cltrtr tl * '101'_ on tr Oonwt Molltf Is / '", In.AMA. .. -111I
to lottlM ....... FlorUoMrtM. _. ,..., --, :r't: oktnt. tomttHf r.4 I II IRS If .
AO. .
MY tf 0. omor.S OF faro -*r tj tfol antt
notWt h tMrotvl lluliMoiHlnin 1 .... ......- Nall OIl". -' I; ...... .U..INTINO
-'IJNw' W. N ". w/a. C.mN.40 TO: CUM IM WMttUt : .. ...- Nsu5uWMW. "" 11IIII
Attention Livestock Producers ....* K* tirm tl will M r..r ,,64.04 If /w.DAT 1U7UU Tin m loot tt IM Monk r". ,. SI1... M one .. 115 a w1O np 1.
I :
IA FAlACi. M Ml N W. IMI .0 nl DAY OCTOSU. 194 Trm Co. 1.0 ot nWN" 14 Mot tf tactltn B 5C55.. 1,504 lees, V4
OolnoKilK. 'lor... kiloiKi to -r.tj A.O..I_ Ft ......, Vlnhilt n. .".. A "HA ooocMconcm. wnt Hrotoum
... New 0Man d props II II4c.eN ..
7 Mltf "clI"_ n_ ontir tile A CA MICMt" |. Von tlalby iwtinol ">tl Mft KMton TIll w '" P.0. O7.
ot mi N w 0" .,nAttiKonon .. S Folnfttm Ftiomt. ..
.. all
tr swill
rtrt It Clre.\ KM or PALI
: M. I
1 -1.- wt .... M IMotlrt tint De.rle' ..... ,., .
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M c',. / orOkurr Ira
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M kt > lu C.n. cu.n.dIOYW SAL.tMAN _
you .ed $M wo Ca _
MM t of hoMntlr. A O. tH* in
toll. **w w IR UM trfwt (4ttMtMtWsMtf '4.Nr c4.. .....* ntrtM trayM lot lo o ,,_ ; C-.o' 12 point NyW.. ..... __ A
to.N.MA'O'101t I Ti. Tel pal Of locflM Ib H OM IIT7I .
II kv MtrMtrt M arMiiM It > Is./Med lit .. 0aIe0
MM 4S/a 11:5ti44N: ytu
o 6if tflM aWv JM aeTom" .. ., :.It; w itrlttm tMMto to >M cwt .'11. tM mot Mr* tf ttcHtmIt. f_ N I $411. .--, 1y18' /. .e..NI.5i. Ws n1.e a
kxkrt mo wm o tr H Ocitoti'' II Mt U H OM M Ira OMt 'M'OtinloH.t It MM Ctrto
.w $eoeee Celgisv eat. AO_ I/aA id 40 ew .... $4 nwwa end .M| ton d ltm.no M II, tMU 0 Ohs 4005. 00 50151 -
w sins lie nS ..? 0 -.-. TM ..... Intl Noo 1.,6410 Ntl Point ....... ,. Wt 4.. I Htrlontl. Mew
: sloe. leWM 4M MMrtHBivV 111COPIUND 011 I.: (LI \1| { VMIT A.0. T..a nrw a ntf oo row o.Ni... Hot tl ...... tow ol *. r7w tftM OM OMrfMtr tf OX.tM .
If ...... Mt tl ...) RoM .... ... IMlont !.,. M 4 Iwt ntHitii .... ..... oiatlox --.. Ntitoit
.., taw ........ PVI" ,Y00 MMO.aet1.' .in 515t sew ......... .... n see ..* '>. ,.., ... ..
...ens. p.MY II ..... .. .:.:
=.:. :: =...: ... ==:10' Olin Ho. ll- 24 Point
Ic -. .IIM.. ....... ....... 01 /$4404 gotoRtot' ,.. 110. ...:| 5.,01.0 -=
saw IN .. N
OPPIRS YOU e1. .. I tout DltliM n 00ew1p tM inn-
N n00W ...... -en .levatl5 e41M 11 S.R .... 1011 ININ:, : elMs 100 hall .. I .,.t or M/., 0's pMnt MrOcoM ..... I.
W II.ii my line end all N .I 010 .... SV. Not Sow ........ .... II MKOTI T'bn10 ... *
4 IIG ADVANTAGES cINvIt Cw.. 11III TM ........ tntolt.17niooixi toy. tUtrtFM.AVON .
u .o. m* I all rK..N.iN4N N In anN.s O".OC. suPly wAy.wwl 5175in
:< ; ." : '' t.w j e. taUIICNAIl. C mmM4 wN M nwnI Ms.a 36 PLt inn ,...
1'. Ceik nMrkot oicinv N Ceip C'we.Nae.a N a.n
every 4ey.t h .. I" Siiy eM.0 I it to OtK or f* FJK.ALACmi nT .er .tpw/iNM ..... R.1Lu 10
Net commission. .,. to'.,, S.MTSARTON _. __ 1.- 5a1.. 1 0. 00ay Ms I.. NwA e./Mo 10 M
-., \ ......... .NTlO ier1w.ald 1.aa.. ,
I. Sptxiel MtJckretHM five .e> sled type ...... .... .MIN..JlroHrrotf lor Pn4. I.. ON :o.oor.---.y-.r"O I let ee..w.N .. ... po inNa -In w.,.10.., Av.SICYCL --....

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: 1 OLAUU $9.95 51.100000sIl
p PiOILL9P$ FOLK --- -- .
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MM. Apply It NtncM Ottol M Nil 1111111 5'p5550'id" 5r/l15 WtrIN Mf tmrrMno Plus dHvtry 111115 .IIIt""", SIr..1A 551. cont. hot, 11 5515.. 17MOM lit- 5914 1 0" I 0 L t. R 0 5 A.L
C_. D Irl. PIMM tM-Wl'i ky to int:11..11..5 our boonInf to ta IM 515.51FRAILER dry wotor. AIM Itrft kM ovtcMt ... .. .. ." .., -- .7r f ACROSS tHHI.L.I.to.'t
..r .... profon lott onioranpt MART in WiMi Uttd rm :1 mliM
pullotiL opwrnlw Ihrout. Hwy. 17 Onon I tt I norm ol ..."'". Dowt ptymtmtnd ATLASTIBY IN + J.FtadnJ 27.Noe R I. D. PICA

PROFESSIONALINS. Octooor. Phono. PMX P OMWMlllt.* I-HVI. or tr Alo.cnuo. .K list Piltttt Phono XhVIOM lams ..115511.MaSslIa 111. dummy SO.rU or A 0 t 3 I. HAC. T D

CO. tie ill NV> lam !It. CONNOLLYWTATT CHI V. Q. MCCOY: 11115.37o-ntt 1115. ( DEMAND) 4.Cs.tltklr) .,2.'t N 00.ana. .

.... 5.11111... Iar' 10 PITS i SUPPLIES 10111. 11.50 1111., ..... 7 I 1 14 w........ PrtftitrLAKI Hut ........... ..... 1.. ratunwo } slab S3.Qy1Nte5D1 33.Ctrs fort ... aaa. anaaa
III O1a14. a111.11lIM ..- .111, IsollM -. Ma,1 II 55,1/515 GalI" T. Map
TrUM PMltltM ;htvt I 555 N5w 7 751 -$.. "! WITH S7.Damale c. A 5J* E.jt|* S 2. titLAl7tStTOS
: POODLIl .. .. : 11.Topal
taod MU.M .r. otmtord oml I .... -. 15111. lastS ClUfvXlWollonl omoll rUrtmont ,
tttory. mtn ... .... .... ALL IRICI FRONTS51AL AIle! LIL 0 [ I A W
wrltt tt It por cont ton Mm. ond I Swn 1 trlcM rays N 0.1I1a .5 U. I. M 015 hamt tar -. PLASTM WALL kummlalslla .

pMt noumt III'w.4 DMmtnotir UP tt 171. Coll 3711534.FEMALE me" In IF.city 11 ::11.or INnltv John"..M..,11.Itwdhtm TlkRAZIO PIOOPJIPOUMICA 11 Cu- 39.PTfpoMBo "I"|to L V M I A T[t
P. 0. It* t4B 011 ,
IN.WANTED, Pit. *_. AKC BOXER OVIII M Icrw .1 1550 ...... fIlMY 0"LAWNS CAIINiTItOODf 1115554 40.Anasl.d to,, n f.Tu IW* L" T A|h?

Yam min With tatounni .. 111 twpwa- Is rMs 5141 All, 1 AIM CONDITION 14 LnrtMiMkMtk IR 01115 L thle.i5tltUltlt.l5il :::
tehtoltductttan 11.1154 5151155 wItS 45 11.5 !
tutlMkitlonit hlfh U
tot 11-M kltaraitod BOB WHITE QUAIL will pump.lonlt r..r:..till Onlolit $16,350-' II.0IcI cold U.Cbl4 SOLUTION OP YISTHDArS puma
Trailer Sales
Ill HIM ratHiMf M 5 etrnr. wtctn Orooon .....I. II Jl NCI)
L.... J.aslry C. ...Iou"'dtii
oftar. you rapid Mvwc prfcM occorolnt Itogt tarn .
-.t .. 1.511W 5.11151 tnd tMntlly 795 I.S 155. 9.Dol.
$ 115555M.1N H. CRAWFORD $$18,075 11. taer.fr.. dy.
mi. Affrty to Mr Itndora, Mtr.Kknw dM-lfll "_-. P/ 9UALPOINT ,__ Hs.t WI.NIFRED Ip
wctUiini I ckutxtcr 10.M.pUnn
Ihcii, OolMvtlrt IMp limn tnd AintrooiiTrtoM :AIC5 : 1,14 II Amy 49. Coaftd_
tlwnslu 11//55 Par TrolltnCoin 3 ..
plnfCtntirCMAPa.lt. fflott Ul) SmI
.IL 515. 511. 151 W. MIIM Pint MoMk Homo AGE. I MIIN N51 .1 MaI""* VA$100TotaCash .
Cktol tl OltoMVllltYOUN9 ft tamom *>.''L CHIMAMI1I 11_. OMM ...... INS GR ._. 11. A sa Swtnt. 13. Hustle,

155 94111. tar ..IMp111.. 1115114.Rauh 9554 .11. kltton .... oM oorvk. 1111lM N ".1:. .'... i LAKI SANTA PI I.... IMtrronthtor I p4d151ol AS Old bit.kJcklkM 1. 40oi S. Afr
wM$155C. $ rogtaltrtd. Hloc ... 151 4 1F I ) tat, kMvtIMI ./.. ctmtn.tonl I Supplmmt
cntcolota 15.
11..11/11. r. .. call .11 poMi HI .... WllllilonoM 111- 0511. .. ta ..... Mint ...... lISP 3 515 3.lift
kN P.M. swell
151 I S R 15.51 1085 a ....11 K. tarmt. PH IUTIIIAUTIPUL UruhUcodci 34 DIM embtr III

nun. NI. Grnd1.f5 TWO I 5111 AKC ,... CM- -1.A ... .. 131ft ... tall Y.HW. Clttrtd IH. FHA From I 33. P.154 hd Fr. tcow 11.w-r.n
Ant Mr FW ....., 0151 I .
Bmivt Ml tmill.
: Ltctltd m SIde
... 20. .
1111.5.115. I 7.
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651.,5 M PO to* 0. .tkllt. .1'1.N.5Mp ..... SPECIAL kttrlnfI7IM. $750 Cash DOWN .. CIIIfta 22. Conoc d.d!
115.. 511 ..... U.buniHod) :
.11I. 104 i Mr lot tar moblit ......, 0051 5519 ; :::
WANTED $1.1.1./117 1115 POW SALE lAIMT MOUND ,,SOI. | Milt' I. "tit PtynMPrtlrto ly twntr. Call D>4m. $115555. N 51411 511111 11015I. ofVltlUMI. I.D...11sp 11III& U.Homr'

Mitt 1551531. 11Ma/M I Ftr Mttmtmmt IM ; REAL NICI LOT ON IUWANNItJIVIPJ t4 R.M. 36.H..... .
111centre 1.T.w''lMwl: 111 .111 :i PR 4351!. MINI tnd dry' novortltttt. HUGH"EDWARDS M .
/ .... ..... 551 0.-- 11""'". NORTHWEST Priciolrltht. cnllH-tiot. 3i.Obcure .:

....'eNMMWI. OttnoM WM ta _MMATTf TWO "AM' 1tteIIIo ...... M TRAILER SALES ii. NOM tn Lttt Otmvt tar INC. _.'-- .

pie AM 11954-11/111-$ IS .Irod 1111 5115_far Ie 111..,..N.I 0194 pupplss$ MIN 514. 170 HUM .d N.IAt ..,. tout tr rant VMMI trtftor 'm H. w. 151 0,11W. 1t.1\iap.aIIk.t i
5 '.M. I7MOI 370.1071 .
5.9 Ptkn lint
$1115 4914. P/5a1 S7WOQ. UII HW dill /
IIC.o .110111. Still 1p.rinc. 115.. bt.1.
15111555SURk ..... Writ I Cedar Key Shores :
11.. 14 WNI PIt 1.11 41 WHleLUSH pup.p1N. Drivea 35.41
055555155 It.. N. U...-.. S.. $11.-. fine homdiiltii from $2250 11091.7
3110. FR 6.1186 I ,non-watirrront from $1510 5 5 p5.ee>ri1O eI ;

MTION tHUCKtftlNltlMwMt PUG putty I mtt .... AKClSZ Little CEDAR KEY 3841 or J831 tcordbt. y Y
moWIt html IrMUMT.tar _. "J j
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hM Imnwdltlt" not* Mr ...... _l II.<.* ,. O. *."$_0.- i Marina Locations 3 Anew ,
MM WH-I to* Ira<> SPACIOUS I kodratm Ph MIll Cliutt knIMlltl\ Ot otllni' *Kkt .
wild lltl tt IrmoMrt PMMl tntt 111'1_ Coll 11111.P111 Save Lot INVEST focllitiiinttdtdKtrt, ..._" 151 w/5.1 IS $ tt won tr Sills m i miyitockni poIIoiI /
tar otuloDM Must ICC rewirtmtnti. KITT.N to wooU tld. 11 a Ltctttd kl cot 61.hull y
MmN. MM tun.me ...... i Mlttw _lea I "
rill traMnv tractor -N, N1.CCii PU 4.3111IMM. Lowttl tvonwod I1s Induitry Motel Locations tity INnlM. Thto It .5 Knit I toy ittcklnf CMJ ttrotrmm gaod2rp.d42.31eo5
........ M 4 P.M.51A14131 514.1111 Writ ond olUP : '
11115 4tIy.' mw INS INVEST) accommodolloni Wont! tuy M 111,351.CONTEMPOSARY .p :!
Mr \ it work ml you ktnollt. LOOK 141.5 WrtIM 15151 15(95 at :,
trim ........ NATIONAL T AILIK klltono I ....,. wlllln' It mo Muit, mtkt t toundvMtmont needed I 55,111 051.,115 1931 skirt. .... 44.Ywe1NW "
IMC 1111 CornmiRH4 tndtWtlt .lotvt tar now nomt, Wt Ml HIM.TWrtylhrt I
CONVOY lot 4 lu kith htmt ot 0.. block con.tructlm 41.StdpllnlE'4
Hpimult VllliMfOctll. Pnont ..."q. TXrot ntm tnd 1tI' DAVID AN DREWS-
or Ian mtdt if M tocottd In .... NW me.
....... I f.eIe
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twt Oontvt TrtUoiKMO REAL ESTATE FtorhM room tttn Mttom-ltd II cmtl tar toch
Mill M P515.a 12 M eW HMM ftp SIMa on W. ,.. I milt I.tt .. was ......... N./r11 1155 lorn tar lit-clMl mtlllnf and sfI.. )
Knntam ......... Opt. tvo 115 slr CaSl115lIn5. r/Ipw Ian CIM _'.... SlId ta Louri w 'I'J 15..f
..I.... 014 -.,. IS HtwM ftr SIN illy 111511. 51111 41101195"d .1. _.)"tun 5.141 5. { A
IXPHIINCIO ONLY IlWwka ITMAMLITI JT 111115.. II.. Dais. P.0. Sal 151, 011
di 11.1ff. *001! III and. i .* tnd itudy wltn 1 IH Trtllor with' 51.... lot OfIM3 I1lIr1.r. .aauIIIIII IIWS 011 1511/55, Nw Yak II. Nc : ,
ARIA 4 IM. 514 51151. ONLY 116111
Mr $1iilcA Its ISlr 115115. 0414 .... Osly" X ,.. Hlet yard. willi I ullllty ATHI. MM :I Print ptoMht PATTIkh 1

Is EritaCMiy PI1 IM* M.W 0111. 411-1117. N5.I.1.NN 1511 11 M515. ""- -. MIMt III.....tt.. Mwly tt. Control dtctrtlod htot. LOVILY I kMritm, IH kit. Ill, NAMI AOOklll md. MIM 27 4115 r p1.r sIuw

UltN. Only WMnwcW *wIXPHHNCIO < r 15. I III IrN1r Par 115.. TATAN ntMIt homo lfl', M md tul. Prlct rodiKid tortJuMtto. put tovtl mown? ktmt ta.c.tod ION!. 1 1IS
.""' .... 1I1an. C.N 111-144. II I3M oqully. lout up poymontt CHI ITI-MMk 1441 NW 'ki IM NW MCtMfi lUll \
.,..1M tusd mt. kr I yn. CHI WtTf JIlt AM kiiitt mi city' ilmitv ONLY I PO* mil HI ....... -
dry c5.41y,1 >= i ottor I P.M.IS HUM with lilt OOWN ...... Inhkm ta knit, c....., won
tr Apply ki MnM 15 POI IALI ON HINT INS NIW MOMfth MDWOOOtltiM _1 PHU i pp.il ..,...... omnr .
Mow MtrMnl.** 1451.*. Ut.lv NIW MOON U > It twt bod- 111111515. 1.11' 510555. 5511 33 IS M.... tv .... HMMM It lele I' Hol fw ksMcRN
LOTS POt SALS NUDE I tromt 4 ktdratmhomt
..... room. ..Iv... ...... room ondill itary .oniotarW NotdMcriH CollVALOII
) WANTED CMpM .. If..... ", ,,, .. ta will cirpotlnt. Wo-1741. 11*. I cotond- 57""month'" tt with III t Nl,itooplnf Slh Avonvt ttrcKM. taCllod > .... 'HO.. 5545445 .....ny ntm, 111344 ANII OUT pI,'''''''''1l 111,5, .1
Hurt htm wit* tlwrhr Mntl. RAILROADSIDING LIP ft tot on pmd lull ONLY 114.401 with II Ml DOWN. ....... tJ 19 5111.1 .._.. _.. ly M'. livd. NWiimt I M,
n /0? .511. LOT 11 PI, Formtclittiirot.t P'TT1.NI In _... now Quilt : md -1111/9115. It. orchtw hoot ft tlr ctnd Ooiwt tltchonIKI
SEE US TODAY .. .. ..,.. 511155114 t1. JI/155 G59y.P11155371741 hiro. Cholct ntlnhftwlwodM 01. .
MOUTI IM.IIMAN NAYS lortt anin CADKIIII' WI KM MKlnl roilrotd .lo>o. will tract tuild.Int L"' rm, MWmm kltcnm N 4111 551 1151155 1,1115511,. I. NI lilt dthwiihir. ft dlMoul. IfM on.It .
> tar ..w Lttit ImMr irMi nwitr BUTTS It lull tmmt Olvt Mtlilo, t.!!. w 55.. 95. window P IIJM. down tnd Ml tor API PIS. 91.514 llvmt trot plin dMt. jirtflHIOaiWAV
........ OM "",1_ tt vn M5y ...... PS .....,. r.1uI wlud151.4 .r./5. MERRILL month M tmllllod lurthtioriMctout PIP month IncMdM ,.... ond CONITPJU C Tl ON
II..* tranMNrtitln ..* 4.1,1, ta Mobile Homes Inc. .arrt: tnd tttroit rttm IS HtHttt It* .... with I || ft | bomlirtt _,_a. All city comonltmot > n,MM 1"'-_.
MANY bmitltu I toll ki NWlovwtl .
im 1111 TN. PS 1-1145 REALTOR M*. LkVOI md titchtr turn ki a I. 1111<_ not ... OH I _,h, CCIhouM
wf1ryyour. CN"C'lv119..5Il1W.1Sw t en I NW 13th St. lacat_ Prktd trtmPOOYCI lI/I"OI50N ,...It 1 ... I SrkI tt Ililinkoihiod I t ktock tl mtt-: town VA. 131' town *N* I.,- ,I. .w.. wnliol hot ft alP tond.ttrinhftv .
call Mr 11711 50. STOP LOOK LIVE MULTIPLE. LIITINO 01501.551 WIrIl fir 1515. AAA Nirthbornood I block tttttraclita '
Dtpt OilnMvlllc lull ) -UII, at 6th St. ft tllOCIATtl INC. .. 1451 ... PHONE ,. t-loM ..... IIMI tn.. WI twP.VI 51. '"-'e ........ ... ....,.. It =. t'1."N'l 11115"I't i :::". 5111155 y. 1111.,1 will'I wlM S. 4 55S5 4MMg
.. 5.. ::11 Ills Ii.0 II 111551 w 5.5100)5.111MASCILLA 3711171.
UMy rUTM: .4 PAIDItY 11101. I.N tr Ft. HIM.ionutlhil IMJ Nl' nh .,. Ills lyotam. Only I ,'''". ta
FEDERAL QUALITYHOMES I .... ... C> homo wltn con.trot W. H. .UCK""HNA" I tid ..,Mel, Ph.. 11I-.... I btdrotm; I kith t.-e; torn ft |N. hit* ......... PrktIII
v 14-IeIeI Help W....dI INC I ACkl LOT I* mnwloi' trtmOilnoivlllt. httt tnd .1'-" .... Gar KirkpttrMk tnd Ptor.OM HIM 11.55 CIOM M. .. Mt, llnonclnf. 1111. Por Mtit <
.,M teem tt Lk 'OwNlSTltnmtdtolt" Ptrodo ol NtmM modol ckomi .11I'1:
Ltnjt PMMO. 101 11 .1S III Impoct thoni JrMIH tr MBU. >
'.UC" ...L.tMAN tm N.w. iim tt aiiMtviiitPH Alto. now ctnntctad tt L... = I1eIS M. VM cm : 1nl ".. 1- 15111" tlyllIll 4 11111051 S l1IlrY MAPPIWIII ft IttllCM MlIrani Tirmi. wnitr ligtbo.'lnc, Ph. lot ttundtrl. IM N* Mid
I PIrS.1M P1,11151 Mill W.II.......... Mfr"" Unto ,.. Mt wlm .tow town pntott. Clll 3751151. dip. trIrttrtt ponoiod lomily room, "" :"Lilt. U. L S.... N/m.i .....
PltrWt. Motor ft lulpmmt povmtnt tnd ot 111 torM1174 C:11''::;: JtmoCttt tvonlnii ta Mt tur IMtt compiito, turn kitchon rvwyo.trw. MALAC
Ml I. Mohi .,. INI TAMPICO rr wrdi, nntm It WIM 5 Igitnet 515Irl. vi now tar.....11.. n. 4 I*, I kith cont .hMt tl tuni.ACtmiCi M5U.AyIIOM11. IHC.MMoI NEEDED NIW HOtJINMN MllftMTtt Ml tlIY
.1 Ir-cond. tnd httl Locitod to ttttr I P.M. tn wttk S.Ntau.000111,1N115NI P151 wry:; !iTT! City 11m". I '.. I ball ......
USE Oalnoivllto 51.,. Unlu Coll Ar.p IuywI FURNISHED till PI.MOVING. ,, 591115.51 .1..... 0wry I1 1.1,515 515,511 1151.
WE CAN 41.044 | PM. f PM. lust 1.111 I M/a11 C.5I.: Isis I
Stools Me L. L- It" ..,. 11.pN,1.N. :"\ : '=, I $5. : = TO JAxi nlltf Aufuil M. Mil N Whtl hivo s.nd. 116311. ,
y1. lIlY 455 us tot "' by _'. Met 11.1. W. M PLCI5.fs ygut :
5 In 1051I11 154154. A ro... W Llrtt Lot On Itko Wtu.turf Ont IMtTdUn'. M'Mr GREAT trtdt __",.. Will I SITS. CCt SIN ki NW nation. .... wtth M othtr I .l'UllI o o MOUtl Pr14 b\=:155. 1 / 115
7J lt. .. W. tcrt toll IU trtdl kotutltul wottr trtnthtmt
mi" .5NI II 11111. ...... 555111. 105 5511 1414. Ll. ptnMod 'U>ln- rm., 15115 1w95s5.5I''Y5 fully 11 1151.TIMI. poet wlll.sSMALL { .
Mart mm tt round tut our dlo LIATilrsl55.. up it tr kiPooVtnt MARY ki/ Mtvpjrl wot.1 taryturCuMMt woll.to-null urtttlnt.. lullt M"n 541.14111IT914211 MOWI. WITH ACIIAOINood 'OWNIlfl IS Cl hou tim"ii 5155'
MIN In Iht OHMivlllt.' Jockomvlllt MOELLER, kullt tar frMloutkotchll 041 G ': ... 111151: II Mwtl III -L't 450 payn595.
and Liu City ..... Wt MirMta mintMrftPtm UNIVERSITYREALTY ''.lnt. Mutt Ptoridt Dttrn 55. 1515 5411 ond tsar" .... i iii POUR IIOtOOM MOMS Mull ; : : (OH 175.7111.
'REALTOR 1511. P'
51.1 15115 ,1 5.51915Ind..4 Montr. _ate ._ ;= S//.1 1'71' 55941.111 P M. '55 : : t M lit ttM. CClTtartrtiw ttnktDUPil r. ii""MiJ i'Tiir II
end ctpoMc lOlt W. unlvonlty Ass r* Htn 1511p555p..1.' floor* tcrttnod! ........ ttr.ptrlt LOT Nootod now 514. lull ,..... 111 MISMkt
MM tl 41511., S$5 I51 514 M yttn ki mo MINI. Ntm 'TIIMIllY' 551115 : 'M5545"kll1.I.MaSp. : Ti... I Mlht Mltrlta iiinnf' 'MA 1/.1554. MM down A05.5.05 L5,15 .1 511111'1, 01 PM Ill 55014
N I1 14 ACU WOOOID _'' 414.M.51i room kj PtarkM tnd ...... 4 .. =:
111111$ old 5ln.pS/It.1 lullly 11555 f/NA15l." room .1. 5.15/15/11 SIR./ 114.11. *.r. tnt .T"i'
1111 N. Mall it pit man
11111 Ind 1.10151 51011, III WNt N Tart 515 p11dn4. w. M. _.... PJwIttruoi .....d w ... 1151. ..... ciroort. Cmvonlonlly ...IM torKhout MOL Ul I1T : MT INS || MtCAuo "CALLALACHUA Mroonof I Mm..
IMttMW.NO" "SERVICE HAS IUILT i r.1I"O wIlt" R.5In..5 551. rouse-= I. I. McLtufMliv, Prank .. WM .... 45I_"" '. Con.ttd churchM tnd ohtpplnt.Wovon IN K.1d, I* I111 tnw H yiw nmllff .
INVESTMENT Nufh Itwtrti, Inc.. A''tonDtrmtn. Null tonet tnctollnf 1I lit tt nt Nl Ytm Avo.
OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD MALPH'POMIV, RotiiorI W. Rep McCtm, T. C. 01u11I4Jr. ".". 11O, I tii..ci.; CliiMM
Ittoi monitor.. l''IIIt. NlSl SS41 15 54tI IMM, REALTY
LIMITED TRAVEL W. U.... AM VMmIA I 1] 151 114 T r1 down tt cvmfiod kuyor CALA.---f.:7 Iktth. 'trf.tltct. :
MKHInory rtwlr, wildU1..1 ..I. - with PMA hnmtrnt Mill AlOKlIM .
$V WALKINO dlotonet tl Unto
M oiptrlonn mipfvi MOBILE GLADYSSMITH Mior .... Mw11 L..."" = A -Iy Ill's wills 1.
nl.I" My c. com. CiN mMit'w:
I' MI II I, Nnool III kcct yirdkullt
twtoiklnt't'crMki M LASSITER .i4ti "
{: ABOVE AVERAGE HOMES Tovol :=:: I in ton ttr ...... ta Mt INI NW ArM ...."". 5.111.1 .M illcntn IM-MM IP ....
tar urn tr .
EARNINGS nth Ttrr 15.511 ...... A.sw1450
N OC.,. homo Prlct IMM.M. J. w. 'VIN ARM .
Mush hiv Mi wooon or pick ultrvckl
M* Mr. M....... HoroiTiwnuo. I tot,.... Atoncy. 11L Mal KI"'I l t..,.,l f tm. WHIT front. c tPlo. .. REALTY T .
ThuraMy AM ,".... 431.13. Jet. 115 I MI .."'.. Itrft kltchtn Om 372 5393
PM, iw. t k> H*, irawl : ..... MrS t* fround tft 441 HIGMI.IoNO.IIIIy UM I
Hulk 1.'Y 1.119 MNN town ftKmt '

1. II JIIOMAL AMPtOFf INI. CO. tl J..... SHOP THE REST .., CONVtNTIONAl 411111-5551151-tarolnd _.... llttMM.. : Mlh lml:homo 11.1 with t ton too. oichirm i I ) '

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m"ot.. TM*.. N. C. ft KrnhickyThtrt BUY NORTHWEST Air" Ctnd.. N,. Ptrtchltl mdliom "". I
ort ,..,,_ tpon ItrItott tchtthu Lf ,.... nm, n-...... .....'" M ,.....
DUtrtct tnd Irtnch mmttora. loouiltuily ItndKipod. LltiNow. tot Wo ktvt tovoril I.... tracts t I* | k.m, 511r.
All thoM pMltioitt ort Ml.orltd FISHERMAN'S ly ..... Clll Miry MM'fI tf tond Mlum tar optrhnontkulWlnot hi*, Iti now IHI PN1/1 *
with ctmmlMlmt t.., kmlnoil Mulloni ondproroulonil HomM ....... notra cttta
writ.11d 1.55/1. 5155 145. tltlcM OIM I ton onUnlvonlty drol ...11_ tmranct Itydr,
tutt noumt oononotP SM15Sf SPECIAL NSA. 1C L$ A>0., tnd NW. tmItrtH not down IP. p.,... PHA tvfl.unim 4
O UK tea prim. P1.. I I*. I lorn P.Nr.. f tm. Ctff V ntlMvortl "'.UtI. WAS will moif I ) ( I. : 7uN
5 5ooiortunlty. lull 5551111,1lhuMtS Jr. Mipn Owror: toovnftown. ." ftor tl ,,1.., Ctll M.IPLIT .
IALISMAN wyS15 .... 115.11111 LIMx Ills pMtp. L.w 4111 ..-' W. 1... 1111

homti ttrlif
Contort ToMP Ml.orv 650 CASH klHMnond food I kodroom
..,. III 515111511 54511149 N IIVIL tMdl M tpott,
OMno Poronwro 1. INVUTMllITIM. 111 151I/ .... 551 t.1I chirm ft chlr...., M mn mtdI >

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d....... 1.11 met ltm-v Ml I I. lot tt. .1SILUAR03 ,
W. got to make room for the 'n mobilt fwnfi I ILAlUy'TRurAUAANT .
MIN ft womtn It to M ta trakt tar to wf.vt morkid pric i down fonlootlcallyl' I s.... on ;:;"ry1 C'-41511.4$ .1y 14 Ira!. REALTOR Mulllolt. I mint. ,., '. 5r55'11.:' _.. OINANYINO
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CIVIL "...... 119/1. .
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WITS: :;:'TOAL I'ACIOUt 51.51 55514156 NMw Goo 4 M 10M 554PMI451
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CALU $5 I SAVE. HUNDREDS 56551 55............10.... dtw, ama nrPLOIIIDAPAIIK >t>dVM 911131.INVPIIMSNTI, ../ .I homo IANOWKHotot ot *. OrlfMtlITAiMN 141.554.4 001 11 45w5 15* All 115., : : I AMUIIMINTI '*

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I $ Clean out the Closets & Utility looms Now-Pick up extra cash ; Person to p.naads an for lion co".rcl.1 users selling merchandise priced

1 0 DAYS 4 LINES 3 ot $100 or less with the sailing price stated I. the ... N. additional costs for ads that require the full 10 cIo,. N. refunds for ads. that

bring quicker action.I .

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

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I I 5'!. I 5511 1IomO. IO"I'La ttR with olr conditioning, lond*. GOOD BUY aM IS 55050'men'. al'w 5.1.501. TWO luuw 'urn_ or NW I OR I Mill'', 1120 110 1;.. OllgTI;. .. ASs ., INCo
J THE TIME LY rumlihed oiw' wotkor ft dry.. Keped ond otner opecM feo.twee. N.. CCe drean. 155 5511. Mcl_ '51155. "'.:DII.1St 440550.5111.0. ... Prlm15 05.15505e5 NW a ,". I ..."". 1155.55 C. .. Wo hove oevorol nice homoi for
or. .,....., too to oppreclot. Only I per cent down aid 'w. 1JT. toned R* 527 _. Law dawn ,.,....... L.c55.N DOl ,,","III. IF .... 0"1110" Orw.s Lm a .11. I .."$. Ill NW 27t11 Ave. rent. Pieoio oil Poravc. end
0 1)4 Hi ird A... minimum _,.. Coll. JM414T toOM Unnr. .... II .kitoroetod coa 11.1. :31e15 Tarr.McCoy 1oldI. ..114I AIM. Ve-iut for further Info*
M :mi Normooii m TorPIOURR NerWKXl Mope, 37._._ Sulldsrs 4. v......... .,.. ....... 1232 NW 111IIAvo. 10.5,5.7I W. Univ.
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NOW. oc. Arts.Y 41 Hovooo fM Rout Unhini.NIAR .
& Lot 101 1111'. N5. 51. 42 ,.,... 8 AcroH 510572' J7"J01J TNURR b.dnan. 1 110III .Mnu
Isle 551.1. TrIm i Hintoervlco. ... THRSR IXTRAI./ (el. "e. CAAoIl'ua I .,. ". MOELLER, WOODLAND TIRRACI ...
diu...... 1M,.11515 ..11515NM fuel ,..... 101 "'rv..... brtek pot.to uu" ACRal..... "'r1. 1554.repo 41.1 COLORED RENTALS :r.n- by y.K : C In.. ALACHUA. e...... ki good Ml Ave. ond N. W. MHl tlrw W.*.
155/a1. W. to Lml. fenced. yord. neer ilSIs ,." ...... 1 11I1.. Iran 155 55upls. 5441.Ib11 antI..a IR oltc .,...,., 9ocroono4 REALTOR Phone PR 1-1151
i fir IMdrM K.55 J7U1SI.IXUA
Do You Hovf W555 Wn/vlud SCIISSIL 'YO :- 15.55? 1151 :;:1-:..oc: bnlvorMly, ouHMo city rlmlttultoMo NOW RENTING oorchoo" corport foi Mil W. l/nhwilty. Ave.N .
llrlo" ook Moon wh. pacts 1 II 1 nr trellor. pawn or ether : NICS 2 '". Mlula .11 1.- ..11 tv",.. (70 17t-rnj. '11"471M.DtC"L
dow comicei t vonotlon Mlnde.PHA PHI.55 If nIMcKINNEY Income. Prlco 11I.JMM. J. w. COLOURD .ultra modem IN dupin 5 'I' 511d5.' _I....... Av.lI.
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..... monthly. .hxludei 1 ImuTHO.IR PRMW dlnln." oroe. moaoni iMdton win ':31. cloio-bi city llmltt. Sirs 171 iColl .... CENTIR If you Ilk. hwury. .homo fee-
; Apartment or 50155 il..L 17 "IV ifill e.Man. ton iorg. KorIK clown torr*. 171-: M. UNIVI5SITYPr.5My him ouch MI cozy tlreoloco.pointed .
PI' 1.117. IINn. 110' Soul b.draom apa/mnd ill New.Mary .
ACRES 155 mess MM.dlvs fomlly room country
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5554 1$55 w.Mr rar S.v.YN HREI bodroom Inns for nnt. .
New Mks 55.11. M with _' control
: House to Rent? kodroom. I ooltt CCR.trovon GREENDEATON '" 15.7 Win i1 ILa ... 411111. Cool i ...101. Ill NW S. lit NW lit Avo. CollFR N.W. lit kitchen ''
nioly rolling p1.chN11. MV11111, .. .
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M oor mo. 4,55 N.W. Hot Orlvo IIfuI 1555. .,... P".'rlly 55.5...4. T.... K c1. for bprrr, P/a. 4A-2001 hIC ........ IDI ,.., oo* our morvolomhomeo
offftkAvo.I J. J. FINLEYIf .. 5.r ....... K !I3JIIFmsm.. 171 .w. INN A_ AM throeoidiooiii. In Wknberly. ""_
REMEMBER- RR' ihw./ 4 ....... Lot 10*. I titve leroo ond ., lovorol lowly Homo SIMs. n H... fw Slut P1,1. I hot home ot 44N N W. MNi Terr, "lust oft H.W.Ltoyd .
... you Ills Only ... McCOY'S NW. Urd e_. T. Zotrover 351 A_
IW. S0and W peymentUl went pMly of .room nice /511w15K iermw I.NUPS 44 Casli5ns law Rent .
A" rental' vacancy mo. I>o II 7HI II. ..NorI homo you well ond t 500155 Mv 151311571551 011541. I cuetem ....-. PR. M".... RudderooooHitmont
...... or on weekend .. R. I ism= ".. Room RiALTAR NRWRfRRV. I IK' furnlenedrior iinaii oorton 555 11 ,..$.. A111NOMICOMING .715. m-Hit
control Meet Ido.U, toutedwllliln or couoM, Hot ond coM WMOT 1.5540 14111 i
COSTS YOU MORE I Mocki of the KneelPovod 4 OH* Acrot.J'"wT' 551wL Includod. In red of ... Cor. noc- ,7ttto 137 'W WI "....

JWK itrootoRooutlhil' onto) acm Mool lor oeprox. mU W of Oolnoo.vlllo. dew. II.NJ. M.H W. Klrteotrkk A0.s.sv ON NEWMAN'S' LAKE HOMES INC. G.Is.5vllWs ...... ... M..tluivriovt
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372-8404 ,".. Con oo PHA llnoncodin ", /. Ir. Oelnetvllle 11 ocroeMARYMOELLER 45 Fslslehed ..... Coil J71.ft..
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OWNIN WANT to larry tho fl.II. IBM you IKK flno OfoportyMora H ''', 111II 5$. 555 psr m5.
....... 55 1555 MI555y 111I5.rwl rw *..,. C.II FR Hol7.13N olds bill, .5511541 C' olngimon. CALL Fft 2-4136 Cnormlnily colonlol ouliloo,
Here's what your home knt oroond mokoiho REALTOR funilino .
McMEEKIN LAKE .. uo't.e. SON .RENT I .11 11.551 In N.uOenvy. thli homo to tllltd. will) con.venloncol
55r Iran PlnlrydwI1. Tw5 Mil W. UnKronlly Avo. P1.-1l.. 4717/11. for frocloui _
... 555,1 con
vacancy COSTS nordwood otrlp -.. If y55 .,5 WiIOS 11514Sams I '11"71I TRAILS. JT 1 r for font on ".. "' ., avl... Notlco tho mil
III WIN live ... ImSIall tltv"I VIM .$. III Arc11., ... PURNIIHID 1 RR. CCR ISIS app olnto4 work oroo oilthlowMry NOW LEASING
Mcls.5d ..._ Ills ...55150'S"""aides saw MOSSY MAKING POULTRY U,. 151 5L Call 774551. .homo, cloor und bottom Isis "..-. asS oonlryotorogo
YOU EVERY DAY lAir Ttf Uftlovoo IVY on4........Throt, M OM.mIntM ee.NNN15... _N ... ... PIrpissI Illy. ..... ........PARMI ....Ml.s, S ....... 1 111.11_5mI05W. 1141 1 NW .1.,11II..4.TOI._MS 55 p5?. wild Ml or covorod OR" "dock."1.mono f* 4 "Then..... to..Iho. throo oorvlco booVroom oiftronco.

until it Is rented: 155i5w.. 5/55. 51,. 551515 _I 51111-91 10.1155,7* 55N1K1l55 11111 will tryn.u. Mocked b,5. 0551q witn torero.room / ..... lie c1$11dr551. K w1.. Phn1P win, _,_... clowt w
room, oorefon Y54 c5w5..45M.5n, 571151 = 'r& S.5/pnl11. are 551' .R "JII' sv P.N .2111 1M 11II focllltlol plus t*. lull tlltdboth yl
< 1 NwpMuw for tho dill'ofon. N. I.... frantoM L....... homo. Rvorylhlnf foot. for. Mr. N.yn.n. bid o Mptrilo droulmroo r5I
IF.ftENTs YOUR LOSSIS AOHIBIO 5 PA VA loon 21 mills lort of OiiMivlllo I I Con W5/ delelu onrfopoolnANOLS *- CLEAN 1 BR171MM cP: ki .... motior' oulto. II
515,1 .s vary M.5M. 55 05155 IlL 5.5111 oco"". f.l.t' >. HJTJurt ..,.. ..... tll/I, 555 15511/.5. 11,1115" roan will.
: PER DAY IS: ,.,.".... 1M'II m554S1. mo fx rtol Ivy RIAL IITATBC for Otttlli.ONI .sm.w.. 55/ oIL Call ooporoto 4lnlng room olui. .
155101. and n..4 II"">'"5 -.Ci" L. AnoM, Rrokor fomlly room wltn o flrooloco
AMI VOW _I... for old. thr* .poolnfmonl-. ... 11517.ASSOCIATES 0. J. 40515. Awscl51S IPPICISNCY APASTM.NT5.. III DIVI/81MI.' Co.t21 and btoutltul cherry ..ontllng.Tho .
14* fit me .. |l.:M per 41Mr _r.IN1 1111155 .III Ills Niqlissnl, 4404 N.W. IJtll II. Phono I7M00A -, 55555 111554. N.W 1511111111Sp..iws "L" show of tho "houiowith
Wo Hovo M wltH PlorHo.. Room, wills otonty otnoeturo I III .11...... two cor 10.rooo .
1M 5L1.55 per tutIM Muss kKk ,eN. etrnor WKiwtli. J. PIN Ouy J5y5 SuPlrwsrMCal. kooutlM, wolof roncn I...... end *H. room *irnMw4 ooortmont. 111or ono roor ootlo will' I
c.rwalinM 0559.555 1M J. 15.M0II 11 H. J. WI"'I M/ .IM/m15M" 1M .111155 II wotK,J.Moclu from Iw ':i 2.11"- ...... "'.... 4elgnln! oloco to
p., m* .. .11 por 41tr We wouM oo hoooilo 1I.II.1 ...... on ocro root ovy 55 W NW block M H. Fit. w.0-7W4.Unlvontty, ......, pussid family I I llv.

NI mo. .. MM por 4iMl THINKING. onow of N kulMlnfftf to you.. H.... IT ...! Iota. ......... rWC"r' A/50CIATpS. IItCo _. b.5.'lfsl ......,. .oil NW 17th H.jh. I. ''mow/'Ff'

ooon Hldgtwtoo-T ,owlHuln TO" 3 0 .4MeoWt I. I.. wish. wMrfrio) ChamlngItANCHO ff
por me. ,. ..II por 41tH you woll rolnol. NIL .11 Imoio III W. Unlv'AL 17412. tprliiktor .,..... M.nyMlw IiNCLUDEs '
oiiionn, n. ... .". AmloMtooollTWirtlHAVf. SHADOWLAWNmATU Mvlne feurNjMM ssch GRANDE FEATURES
eor in .. MM toy LUXURY
prlco 11 OCT. MMtrM M M NW 41 CeIeto4.,.,.", MOM .* -..)-.. ..,- I btdroonu I toltn. thXy.Inf .
Hi.is mo. .. .... NT Myw J. W.KIRKPATRICK. 551$11155 F.OFFIHIN9MlvMiMl D. OLIVER _sa asd ..... 15,55111prN.1a Isrnlly s55o.. I1v5.5 ........ d1.' e Swlmmln. to e RwrMllM KMPJIAcrM
NOMRI POR .*HI I.A IsN.W. room. ... .oorovot floor e of Plssk CNHIIA a Cmtral Ho
..; m* .. Mel por MyMl WANTS ProPaM i I kidieomi II 1411 M. !1. ItylM For VwOuolKy p.rek.in.--: droooo Inckidod. tIO.: 10% Cmtnl Air Con.1 e UvrnVy FojciliMMStar.
711I Av. Small dews 51200555.p,55t111y Will 551051 Eshup ..... o=
Hf m* .. ..11 pof 41rrl ....... Coll Lot Jockoon' omrtlmeUNIIT 'ALTfWot wyms.ls en N .... 0 motorM i woromoniKI. > Down. 439i NW ITIh FL e ... Utkon a 0 bpa Oraf Cote
11 No MN.AtjOtlATpttlsed TiW. '1..1 AIM homee ogllt on your kem 1.. *..*. P.wd Ps kiw Arm a Lie***) $Uev/.llu
'1. MCOMol IWfM M
.per me. .. UN oer day '.... Mot IiM io-n. Irono umon NW wlm 11 40x1) ,.,-. ,.. mj A eommwiHy V.Y wtuM oo F LtMtt AH MW.ni. "FLANNINQ TO WILD" I tlmttn
UIN Rot. PR Sd125. pad toltvo MOrin *
A. W. Rooco.
m NT ox. .. Sill .or MrI ItvliTtcimionoRon 0,1"'"il II ..1"' Walled Wool on N.W. Ml .no* pfhMl "noV $ .000 Lot .itlmat. .
LOTII .... in give you an PHONE 376.4456
.Hit ttw Olon tprlnt" httnoetion. for the wwbl Ownor h
/ .0* per me. U.M oer coy OUII FOR SALT Mil Nl Ml WANTED mienenw HI. .""' 1147.' *?"' too lion on loft.FR ... on controcting'ou?
el loll ot Ills rUM Coll .."Ic._.. ewnss
N. S .... 115 S./5. NsrdwSS SIr .. ..-. now cuitom homo.CallGraldorV.Q. FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
...... 15,51 ". VP' WIW 5.I5515.11151irp 15 wI1hM'' I mllei. of ._1115. 3; .4Hi. 55.51. N II. Nlltv.. .f rtUth McCoy .
CALL 378.1411 .1... ISIII Murt hove well. ond MptKtonk <24Ho<.rStrlc
.. SIIpC1y land. In. vYIII pov -p to MM Per Homes 5p.e.I1511557. Day FR 6-7290 SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
=: New
= : PHA1.c... Prick
ocro. Wrlto 505 JMA elMACRIAAI Nil. FR 6-5015
? 210 1W. Ulh ST. U.I. HWT. 441
TO PLACE YOUR 1715151. WIN 1511. K.5I2741.1.. 15y STEPHEN FOSTER M.W. U" Way. OH M.W. -

TWO 5511 i sit 11111155.A. rr= pert WAMTID or ell..1It ,..II_to Pro-Mlocreo Builder. HEIGHTS brt. A brick*.. iMiitHiil..... .. NEW ntraM I OHIce 6-6502 L...... ot Butler Bros. BUILDERS

,SUN RENTAL INN : CIIIS for Mall ... M ".W. Vttl'l I*'* 1d11 N. 5511111,551 ond Urd llvd.
Di.? A I51sr..n. S5. ... WSNM11.YWr. ... 55 AC. 1 t. 4 bedroom. Mills kttcn.on lAc. S_ ..11411151.Fra.ta.
.=A 5 511. 51155. 545 equipment con. hoot, VA no O. Nowllrlcll S51.S aid.c55MnClISS.
WANT ADS Tap AM. 4 wertrtront down po......... PHA trem tm '.... you 1550luler5.
Other ocreoto M. Orehem, ........ Oik letj.Rooort down-no dMkif" ceoti.Copt.l .... YA i PNA Tan,,. 441 twf:
M.. 51.: I 40 Msprw11 LOT. ERs.p51'''-
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I ... I ....... ... Ion.lot. IndiHtrM Contor forronMolo .W. tm Plot C.plt.1 r Do 'Yot Rft Irokor
Rooutlrullv 1 lotHWcopoifc.Pin.. >/'..... John M. ....... HOUII DAILY ..W. UNI "_ a oM ftrool C_ hitU
.. MOMI rod lit.... RUV ITS N."" ...._. C.II'. Ha1. turn. .,. ot 3TQ440J .. 1711. CHI I7MMI W 17,"", C.. 7MMi 5, trwm Oil N. W.or Ulh It.

W. do not. "'lev. you con find 'V RR I MIN homo CORNER LOT ZONED R-P
.o 5 onvwlioro 1155551n In .... OolnoeJlilo"e '01551511 awl l edl. LawS Imolltnt. Motion of NW comor ofDrool. -. .
S.. NW 5411
I Look M Ihow loohmii linkmo down 31511155 1715dill "w ifili Av.nul 1M
,_ or IM foot Hi olio.Further .
) Hvlnf room. otlorkim. .Huoo ... detolH ........ f r emAuony OPEN HOUSEBeautiful
Krooned with I SR Irorno
oorxh oou. NEAT i
? = CLINAyN ._. J. W. KlrkotlrkkII New Homesin
? ,II. fontrtl otr all ond_ote..kerltu..... ;T LN5I15 r51N," f VII:' $11.11 55.1w.: Awmcy.IUIINIM. N. Mow. lt. FR new solid brick, 3 bedroom 2 bath, REGENCY- 3-bedroom. 2-bcth.) Full brick foyer double

m kmirv kltcfton wltn" wlnMtvin. 55 carport, 1,435 square feet. Hug lot with room for stable
dlUnnenoriind d1.pluN.v.n O. f. sliddIMM1y.. I P11Sd S51. bid Indvetrlol oracortloion home with open brick fireplace. Built in oven
-I Ten.' nr.esd. 11155111 551 NN115I1111Ann. NW on ... will ..... wow built kitchen cabinets and corral In rear. 1736 N.W. 39th Drive $19.000 10%
". MuoH ". tHmotWNIR \. PIsM PS 47175. or MM .. wit tonont. Coll 17o- and range custom ( ,, down $122 month.
MOVINO I ... I ootn.m DON'T MISS THIS 470. WESTVILLANW large storage and utliity room. Double carport per ;
IIv""". ..... wltn Er..._ "' ".111 TRULY LOVELY HOMI ..... with curved drive sodded lawn. Excellent THE POWELL 3-bedroom. /2-bath.: Oak floors central ,

M oo .klttnon.,_ cent ottoollinod hoot wmt loom" sir wlm cond..... AI.rrn.. .':'\ =: A I. location. Immediate ,occupancy with small heat. full brick large WOODED LOT. $14.000 $500 I
|| .11. Low down otymont p.sd. IOIIV"L"l 1'th Ave., : down ; $86.49 per month. '
p =. .S.. ** >**; I:5.ins:,?1555, M.v .rrDR"8w'AY { down payment Ft1'10! down'payment VA. OVER 90 HOME PLANS FOR YOU TO CHOOSE FROM. WE
"t. PMM I 37th St.
L 3111151. YA..tNow Located at 506 34th St. HAVE SEVERAL LARGE-WOODED
r KINIC. /10.15050.15151 LOTS AVAILABLE OR

ovorlooklni J"': Alto. Mo* d TM xootor lullderNIW dock In Galnotvlll.to CALL YOUNG AMERICA HOMES WE WILL BUILD ON YOUR PROPERTY. I
t" dry. In. o K lilt J .*
f turn homo roads 5511,11515415151f oorv. you In all typot I 372-7070 "WE DON'T BUILD HOUSES. WE BUILD HOMES!

j .. .roll......5nc1 oaf rofr 156. ow'nooMr.VIII food? ef r.,rou.. WALTER STUBBSInc. For quick free Information. at no obligation call 372.2527 t
ot tfo* ft oool onoo dtl. MODELSDdtylO4 372-6441
I = ... "' .::: : or evenings. .
Z trull> flf trooi. U. ). ;T. conn., I Sr T Terrasxe .
M 55R. ... Only wW. .."., 5.111p.11 New 0,.. GAINESVILLE'S can. depend on

11 _... Vllke Sills Company Phone 37'-5J94 THE JAMES COMPANY

UNUSUAL IT 2435N1 11111 Or.P155.5 "We trade hoUl.." 901 WALDO ROAD

4-ledroom-2-letk YOUNGAMERICA. FR 2-oiti BY The biggest little builder.in town"


Suburbs Height CslssW eM ......,.,e I 1 -------

LIvlB. ROM 150151 1'155 III 55.54S
0) DIM' Room! ...... '
d m> Moilor lodrwn.OreiilnfPomlly .1" 15.55.A5 Think Smart! Your
Roan Roem Don -Nay .MwN s1N eM MWC PALM VIEW ESTATES Double Money BACKRead

Z 1 Luvrlout' Rim Roomi .......... .......... .
Sftnh iurron Kllchon ........... 1515 ...... M
A *Br and U"Y *. ...-.. of Our Offer.
i Unique
1,1.1451 SwInusuluup. Pill ..11M N... 'M SI/Sa N Think .
1IoI..w.a C..... .... 2511 AnMN s .. ""'. Highland 16,000 up
Control Hoot bid .... Here is the most unique new home offer in Gainesville building
Air C..IIItII"" ,...... 151111fI0Q1re
history. We will like, All-Florida line
LOW PHA DOWN PAYMENT are so positive you our new

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

PHONE ill IpL101WCOMPARE deposit back If you ore not completely satisfied after seeing our
n4-1140.n.. MIU Court Manor $100 Closing CoatALL' completed models. (Models to be completed November 1 1,1964) .

AIR Akmt OtTt. If you are not satisfied with our models and purchase a similarly

j chi MM I. CITY SERVICES back priced! home In Gainesville you'll receive double your money

', 14 Models FERN WOOD MANOR I

= !

I THESE HOME VALUES $13,400 to ,$18,200VA $12,250 UP \!



.. TM Mlowlnf ... now ndorcomlrvclkM Immediate Occupancy $100 ClesiHf Cod

I .wlnS ... rtMry tar ond win oo ,....., $ o'

5eeu5 ntY. for eccv.-r wail Convenient Location 1516PER
.110 N.W. Ill A... PROM MONTH
.4 ..... IVk oolhi. |IM on* mo M.W. in n.
Hot 'or mo 4 .... I ....... OJN on* tin All WALK TO SCHOOLS
( City Services
1110 N.W. lOfk PL p.? .55515. I
Ie5.s Mill tow on. NT ill
1100 M.W. IM PLI _. .... ,
41205155-4 121 N.W.115' RR. < I 000. M .... tiff Exclusive Swim Club 4 n. Irkk heat Celeeieli. New ,.........1 -

Do.t PS? 51551... '
.*.. I oolM. UN ..., 111 Pike, $15.125. $ 25 Dew from per leclvde* texes INCLUDES
.... 'IS H.W. .... ... 03 month end. ,
4".4'21 N.W.11M I .... I Wtno OM dn* 111? Distinctive Designs ...,.IIC. Lot* '........ U ....

Df.I PS? _.... I (ems KJtdwoi iiolooit

IR. I Mm, Hot ... V4 DIRECTIONS N... ...... or c..,.. ,
: Drive West en $100 down VA$395downFHA Ar 55 Ce.str.eOdeIW.R.
SPIRE.1511s$9. Norwood Kill Ave. Turn -t= '

1 I... IIotIIo d1. Ml Left ee iltfc St. F15/N. AwwIa Wlsdws

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L.r51, NmMSNN ksma M We Trade Homes iHauou CLOSI."U MODSL3101.1 _. _
i totoMHy.. d RR. 4 ..ast-fl..I.. "
of PropertyALL
) 1151555 INInS N551.
j $151.NN,. dMM1e 155n.in. '
.... 555511 .... 55. Builders .
kit cum, t* oelM down comfcuUMi eue HOMSS ARIOPRN and Developers f eH. HUGHEDWARDS.
.5.1551 55y .55151115 Ill poe YOU TO Ill
-"ty oopllonioi for IllS! ,51115115, ," JOY MRINO AMYTIMB IP Soles Office NE 23rtJ IM. BUILDERS f Village qr .

111.55 .... ......- M. YOU WtU NIT CALL. INC

t=.PVSlSIY i..5.51 II.51Yaw115 11. L. i 515551PS and 11th Terr Phone 372.3471 2909 I76V7971 .. .. ..
Iw.WIVY ...... .11I K P5 4551 i I .DAILY l72- J4i MIGHT I74-N4I I N.L IStlt Street ... ... I II I


1111 R-4a1 MIPTCOULD ALL ANIR,7.aY1N1 5511., A II I
111 pf11/1 5th fhfIRAMR 11M1 / N O n; wr A OOIa111T1C1TaROSNAOOMwIe I

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85 AvtoMtUMN. Sthi IS AuMMtMIti ti StttM
10114 AND CHA'I' WaSP H4477 M yeT! USTER INET PIANO IiALAX'. _, ce... ftrjoltr.M .
..-.1-. wild ulpctvert, Mao HUNTING CAHIN 4 UTIL. GOOD CONDITION P317MrS days 3733311. 'gIIlI' 371CLIAN. ".11 FO"I) ,...rlene, 091. v.. eut<, ia "AMB!.." LASSI Or.H R.
.... in-jMi e,.er i .PM. ITY ROOM M ... II. ttM.... CALL OR Mitt ...".. 11115. ...... I.41nw1(0501115. air CislihI' 11Id.. II ...... .... It CHEVY
ELECTRIC RANGE Phone .00. MclwypM AmwlaMSSII..Sl. ACCORDIAN. x Itit VI C"'rel" .,...... .. ...s. nit HW "III A... $1100. 11555 3710152 I N a PM WSW ...... 1It. 5787171 11.On .
S : 114. .5511 PR 84.52. = k 1'..... inJU.. : "" .. .. ...
5y 6-6316 4114111..1, 575. 5111(7217 w.551405.ATS AN. ; PLYMOUTH I Or: Illck 19111.I ; 5 .kd. 551111110 w. _..
Rtpontutd' Automatic Cwrt M A-t. on.bly priced. Phone PR eK a PLYMOUTH, 44oer, tueh4IUI .... 4 H, kretet. ihecki Price
,-...G APPLIANCIS "Inter twin neefe lit ..f day. ,. .- I P.M.llr I 105 4,105., .I'i:! :$75501ull. ,,,1. TI.... ...,..". ell, nw 87 Auttmobilti W_..,... J
T,1Nd 114 Gusranl.N all hilly ttHchee button ...... WILL trimfir to mnmlblt pt 'II CMvrel.1 PI"' ...... 1.111 MUST rR 51111! I5 mIN: 373.31.
..,_..... dials. tl Nvr tplnM tr rapmM. ,{ ._ .",. IM III day left* I
41 1mm nt 1. ITU DINT
MI Nsw 4 mend toed conHllen. cempfle. .
PMi up Mvrntntt tllltltr w., teyMdlk. ... INPOR3CN5 CAR WONIID. q
Rentn from W M.M month .., ClAL M Piymeum. ...'toe' .
vt Mr -- MlM.ll MMura I p u*lltnl cord.mrmtlwut. 4n
MlMl 111
N 17 We>nerl Irem lit MI 'I Mwmt. Meclilnt lervlctIII .... 1111. tri 5 ,., 11'Orv. will _
? 5wlt "'IIP C. PR 61.5.IMMACULATE. client. tend RAH wvy Nne _t.r I P.M. JHIJJI.l .
I P.N.- 50.5 M Unlv" .. Mimt 4 molKn. .pitW MVrmnnx _
W. A. Pint .
lIP VtIUIOOWLINOI KM will buy Mill I, t
i Diehwetnin frm MtN t nivt t Mm tony NI rod ....,.. 1..1 17 COIVAIR 1101711
TV Mi irem ul: Is UPHOLSTERY MOT. IARLI PIANO COm : C".V. Imp,, ...... 1t.JOG .w _3710175.'x .. 41 5. Mm 71411.'' 4191. FOR THE CORRECT J
JIM VOYLII APPUANCI co. Chelra ... M M. In missy W. Unlv" A... S KKUIIPINIT 11111 ...,.... Pull Itulp." 1 VI .P IMPALAK1. elrxontPI, PR. .l tr will Ir_ CHI :374-_. -
NEW 411 NW tl* A....... OT-ptl dew/a leis M II .per marl.. PI....s Inm ....,M''" Ml.st. Oil.... ". R A H end many Tway ".1. 001110 Di.Cii .,: TIME .
Numb. I I,5
PiN .. .... ..tr... 8810.511 555. ... I mil cemV Ouyinf new .
= "t'-: : Rwuiit rm.ll Orwd Punt ...... M 11 IOS Hlf
DISCOUNTPRICES Iuwy .. ,.. al 511 H' "n AYO. Si COli 371.I0 5782511. Mar $1.11 FR 2-1411 :
toet. Pnene VIrTM.RIposussf UUL AIM MOHMT trade |OMNmt M : lv.. .. p/srw PR 61774

Ll'd 8-1411 o no LAO ally Nnt.todwy. 5.M mtvit mmnttPOR 1131111141.4- Sups ._. I send ONt.. sans 4"' r. KM nerdlop.PONTIAC. new : pent Itmilet IW6f''CORVAIR MONZA Courttiy Of: IUnlvtnitf ;

Imellerct .....".... ItM JMtcn 0. We M11. 551 IS YNN $5 lot rl751r ._1... ,...... 5109. PS. PS. tuto, erltn.l ....1... 505. I II, II. R/11. WW.W"I' ;
VV ChevroletN
undtntll lNill
everybody ",.lIe lit let Den III ft.MlMnet _k.' /0..0.LILI ....,... Call K55 a 'H0I7.i I/e5. 510 p'le. lOtS. Tnta u' isN ,-. '7... I .
HENDRIX wllheul tttidinwntt. Sul.ywwaMs. IAN'i MUSIC lTC/it. i P iD70 r 0n 105."1-151.wNIMIC lush 151411114..T 1473 A hiss Mil St. tt Ulk/Mk.:
c.0 J. T. Oues
FURNITURE CO. a..5 10115,1. 5.195.5rw..N. Ill bI III 11.- 1958 CHEVY IMPALA Conv.
"d''.. WW II'...
NW DM A... tl MM .,. I RellMIe perry tt eMmt .. SALE VIM ranwlt, tllM I0. CM.w Cal PR 45371 altar 1P I 1961 VOLKSWAGEN $375. Call FR 6.5619.

Cl IAN m* relrltereien tar tele.ctiei Credit ...peymtMl....... ::171-7.el..,M Outer I 17. Call. tri ..... Wt lull ncilwt mil''' 5. 711 NW lull Aus up..:...- I Mull 0011. _,.... 15111M4duh. ,
P/145. In._. MT.Aa- w toM ll loud HMO uprlgnt pt.paw. .11 COMET ...It. 1211 514 ..arm.5a15w. Aidn $55. 3785115 BARKLEYMOTORS :
... 51,1 5,515 155. MINI 705? MIslIM It 5313. Will III.. 01. GAINESVILLEAUTO
f LONG dsMi wldl 115.1. .hit tet AVI rMHI WASHERTreM 35w Iwltrl 1157 55 rl AIR HndltMMd OLD ..
11 sn.rl NlpasMSb 5* OilY If." 115855551. 11P51. Carl.. pulla Call 3717151 555 ,
Tlrmi tor III OAINIVILLI teMlllon! IVt. SALES
I 1..m .1115.. laid $112l 3311.. :
I Nry. 61517055 1 DISNWASNE1S. MUSIC CINTIR. IOU WUnlv. 872321 376-3388
NE 10111 Dr. nor sir .'IiI_.. Mntr Avt >7> 5411. MIN i IBTER'. CAR .......' 35w 17ma. or 1007 M. Mal. SI.Ph1N1. .
.nw( .neve you Will 01115 1110 .5515 "IM THI AUTO 6AMIARKLiri :
5.0. -
KINMORI Ia love, wry cltM PR 2.'.II
end Ikerteln. IM 4110TWO Wall IMI'" .554 00005VS NAMll

\ Phone 372-7010 .Int HI VlAIt.........Id. a.0II p..w.y I'V'._C.II.: Automotive w15 140.,,_605. ".. Nd.I red/wi air 00.w. con'.. POOLECABLEMOTORS Ncw1hc.IYO'....' ..Fbldo' 2201 N. Mel St. i

SEVERAL I'...... IWUMneld lum. PR .152' wll "have. 1150th .11. ill .'" 1 M 2-4171 !
Hire Hr MI.. Including' d0w5. a 5,. W Ind.p.nd.nl C..I.,
Mtlewtwelnvt 71 TRUCKS ran ALl : .:: : !
',n_. refrlfUK t 1.58 Ht PI Meeker r Oaodmm I Ir 11.1. .. 5115151 I, DODC I-DAIT .
c0.nb111111, 1006. ki It.,,_ 555111555' ''''' 'In. 115. 111 5200.
:. map11 1l lr.. =. = 14/.0 ......... Carl A1w 1171 56 FORD p'ck..p "uck V-B. j fa'JCKS
j'' { I I ."." Call :3761444 for saw 5.1_ Cell lire,aIVIRVTNINO ...... 055 5511515. 5105.5. C.II2n '59 ENGliSH FORD
4* RttMt for lUm' 54 lulttM ..... 10... NiNd.ROOMINO '"" Dli OuNID" ..7.. .,.,... wails, 117i. All HW 1011 III II ll ,... n.04 RIDGWAY
I HOU' ..... 511 N.whinL trend. mw tell led Md cnelrSIM :,SIT 275515, __
,TO 1U51N155' 01 pro'm155a' "' .... FOR HAS! IOK M. n. "erkulMInt lllu. lad d,0bu 1410. $ pletrerm recken tills re.ctlnen II MtrwcyclM tctwttftjIM !
Mull Na _. Rm a/1. .I. IN,,,. W. Unlv A... Irks IKPR vMllto. lw rurio- 136.'" ....., M drtwen '"
1m NW 414 II. Cull 172...... 51341Call AtUellT: =:.. CM M MM M lit N! II4.U PrM Ml'WILLIAMS I .:li HARKY N""I Hi .55 Cb5rrsl I d.0.. 0 .._ Value Rated
I P. IIIHtwlneme CENTER M Ml. CALL 1/1 UW
NICE ROOMS cltM-tn. llngle" trouble. let M $111111. 55551. LwS1_ NOW TWO LOCATIONS
OH ...,. po'k..lnAntennt "7551 NIW MM Amass Wight dmIrMM ... 2782/5 '..M.HIW I... .1. _1_", ..... UttdCars

tv"". Ml II tnt PIPURNIIMD 5< 1..1._ OvRtttMllMO/ will menulecturtr werrtn.ty yt" OO.Hw.'r.. ceMnen). I ..100ISTDN. MOT Olt ba./11.1155..85/ SPIN.MELTON .
Call 011& UJJ. Ctll PIt H751. a ceMnen.. at i COOTI will UKlrle llirllmNl C B&G MOTOR CO.Ct..I1"
t ROOMS M Ii.ItcklCtU tl X M ki. lewer cabiN, Ilk. ....11 110.. 151 121'1.' al' ...11II'Oln MOTORS TO SERVE THE GROWINGGAINESVILLE ...;
NEW ...
MAHOGANY kltrnrn 0.lS. 114 ceMnet tlr.*. us. I been '
Ras wftjJTtfler IW tit Avw 56-SEAT RESTAURANTFOR Mm Ltvnttk HM Ml* M If II 11 ,In.. IS, 35 X 55R II. 37611* III .. twit IT. PR 11111 ,. OIdss. ..bil.
I f JM. Mile 4 draw Art. OtinttR Pnnrente / .... U. !' 1127E ISIS N. L DUCAFI. ISON mlln. raotnKly 2001 NW ltd St. AREA "
........w LEASE Mss ,... ..I.... ran4ltloMd. 1114 N< till I h. I
"r.w."m: _
COMO Wt,> lIlY CMM..elm... and In. Mt Men+wtfMl Mrttl Contact Moat ..:........ ..... ..:.... Poll _.... tlttr I ..,._.
Holiday ..
IN Psmlarw 814 NW 11II ".... / :
Hf tnt ..... 311... ft Bronion ftorlda LOCATION No. 1 LOCATION No. 2
4 It. 111111 1115 611351W 14 AUTOMOtlll RIPAIMCKryitor CRANELINCOLNMERCURY or
PROP IT AILI YOUNG AND .UIU. Triple dr55r. ml MLL-A.WAV" no will M UM 1132 300
ROOM WITH PftlVATI tATH. InMy OROWINO ftUIINIM kl OtklM. M..... lid. 1 dr.wlrcMs1 iMp Mver. IM. Merieeiny drM 115 CONDITIO"'.... far lIP i
tt Mm wild wMewOn
kw .Hurt..... PntntVt4MtMICI. \ .11" Avlilahi 83105 ..... In ww........ M 151.pIM1 IMI lebW trim pM, to. M I _101. 1111 lot port WNq S. MAIN ST. N.W. Mi AVI.
R.5urna In 5541 owal.N. II .. May.. rut rH. Ml Pnent PR, Mill.VIITINOHOUM MAll .n and padss.N
CLIAM tulel. MTMH lot ..,... "_lilt COX WAREHOUSE fad tout ..... NMH*
51.' C.11 .._.. SAFE FR M431 372-3005
HP 5/0.55 Mow Ct Air Cm BUY
-r--t. NI'i. 1,5511 TV. SI
$ .. BE YOUR OWN 44 M... r. .... asIOOslPsd, 1- ..., 1...nliW, WrvHIng C.nt.f. M N.n
bled c.nd1Plus.. Cull 2781711. IIINE M.' SI, PHont r.* MMIKH NEW RAMBIUS-SUICT USID CAM<
50 ....... H_ BOSS AM."IL.LA ..... .. ....1 515wI.d 015 II. USED CARS .
IS" L......'_ PI.515. ., 15 AwlN/bi11s hr hie.Y *
mrnMM po" ".NT ..,.. Amtrktn 01 Ctmttny will "htvtII S ...... In .3/ N 511.M.0. WHO tnce wim teen IN M"... tank tun end endtemprener 1> I6 S. MAIN ST AND MANY

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91 ...... ....." 155. dram .15.51 1.* STY ...aMaN. lot coal. nisi AIR cnmtriei.rhi 811E Phonr FR 6 24i5 .' 1631 -'
MI.IIMIItMtIt .. Ills NI 735 T... net, lini TOW IAR 'fa TRIUMPH, ''''IT''.'. 1410, RIDGWAY MOTOR C0
TRAILER $054P55tawleltr.u Ml .OO7'jA INl M Nwrenck ...1.... 515. 11551,519 $1554 DIMS EVfNlN ,
..... 5ON1 slide. $301 VACUUM May IM< lr_. Call 3''''''.
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mi T...... tr nil ::17.....,. _... IIMCURV 1IU STATION WAO.
$115 TAVERN 5117 Mod MetCOIL with' IIN
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tnt Kim Ill, twiltmtnlf ..Mltanl I* OIL-CIRCULATINO HIATIKJ end cendemtr Inter, IM n
FOR RINT sill., HtckM ash tptrihkit toot ant, Priced' ) 111 Mr* M. dull NW INS H _'II._ 'coot OM MnMr. CHI U> .' '

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1 tURNRR Out... 5555115$ Mr Rutek me. IM er 5.n HAWES-POWERS
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TRAILER LOf for rant tn-aa AMYTIMI aw.Mw r55r. 31If NINII .

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PlMlt .
Sal tW Any tit* recerder.
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Ills0155s loll will' $11.5.I.I.m ... prkt MUM. iMrlllct M ..... -
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tllltn. PKont P* Mill. ..... !
wants to rtnl tuMMM AZALEA IALI mtaed wKrt. M .., PM< 0 rtnuiritm NICI DIPtNDA.LS TRANS I7A7105
alias ki htmt tf tifkthtrt I dl. .. _... Del. 05 11555 !too 1/0 c.""... III 5..0. 111 MImNN51."t1 .
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All. v.,. ash tonUt tltvtrttiiin weed iv*' ....... m lMiMnl .. $... Ont nwii tnt 11250. lacplirr/lf $11111, ,J .
tltnUmi. racker. M. MM 5111's hmth0$11 ........ CNI 'l'I. 1./111511' III -v
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TWO eillcet, Hmcieei. Coli
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Ml sails ... a | 60
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........_ II..... 151. .=.. 5.rI.n-r't:; :: sw4 tar 0.d 1551 NW power ....,1.., powor brokoi f...r .h.rlnadl.., ft 1 AC

RETURNED FROM N.Mbosw WIUON'.-EXCHANGE Call Sal? ,15171115515 Adlsaw.. 31'1.II'_O :35.DI11w.Cal _.IILAHO 55. ... ....... .1. 55. bNhrl. .55.1 .5. . *
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Ill $ ;l-.r: 55'' Plp/5.c.w hr... 514 ........ C ,1

MODEL HOME DISPLAY tor ..... Call PRHILCO Mart 4317. STOP ,..-. -- -- 2 door station wo9on, I

I II* TV. Warm ...... WIN LOOK CHEVY Imptjlo '64 N.w, 62' FALCON Wuo. < cyl., hootor. outo- 4 4.., ....,.. ......

I eo. RMMI tall M Mth Ol cMlm tvytr 2.75011II $2600. Coll ,R. ..li .. .... .. 12,000 61 RAMBLER .....", .tl. fv5651h' .
5 ., ... Fmnltiirt .., .... .... ,II. J7H14IMl .... ,. .. $1295

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.. .r. .1. a. Sill, power 1395
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thnt limt IM Mttrttor ........ 115. 0.R.L wrm IrI *>to'ktt! IiN1 N 1w we dash dull 5515I1o.n NW 411 AM 2 lI..r 6tet.n 111911.
.MMr, ihttt tn< Mrttiti Mf lot nvr ckxR ,..... ItcMuratm .... nH4y 11I11I1. NI VW teed tendlllen. twl. 44 '61 fALCON
MMlth tl impw kw$ Mt tor Hit _.... Ptmlly Hal. MtMHltoHhr III tor I4MI toll VW Kemtlitt Mteet., ItUItr whnfo whK rod 'Uithor- 4 *
MM Mitt Ie. to* IMlt W. t torn M4Mt tlMIn KNcnt 0.ss'is .
LP 01 lh'O.w7/NII. .BINS mNlIS.. .NWaf.ills otto ....., 6 cyl., radio. hootof, .. ,
will M K. 1IN dual.. ttmMto to* I* MMlllMiInf 6 555. "....., R... PR I-S11I S995
ptrctllln M" MUM. win Sill bush, tnt) Utrwtcti ... SMCS, "" ....... .M n.hill,. ... ord ....."" ..10... . ....tlc .,....1....., po.." '1 1 flTCI
t M AttnlrM nrrlfKitor will tmttlM IrtiritMT. SINGER lilt (M4M II tidyN
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w. 1w. .11 5.aNas and -
blue. 6
door ranch
1.511.5. Ws 51151511" r 1155.111 woon,

$599 .....".. Po.-.14 ".1.l said__1155 5l 1551W .. K Saw. WI NAVI IT. 60 FORD .,1., ,..,., $..ter, S-JQf 1'." itotlon :

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and of Vt WIN JImMy C55w J.2S11
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NATIONALFurnitur. i4-nn tr MIll UNIVIRtlTV OPPICI .OUIl' 11.91", v.. ndie. hst.r, ,

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Milt 4 Itrvkt. I 60RAMiLEtrt7( ;
Warthous 41,000 milt, .*. twnor I
ELLA'S CERAMICS 70 ......M.IIN Ier/.. I
FORDS I ,....., ...-...., Isla101.r .010.5 OTiJ
f<22 ktck W. Pt '..UtlI OuNAwwl P1,111sslrtacN5 Ill cuu" hill 14515NP If. !

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drtmd Phone doctor ........Ic tronimliiHWi. 59 IMPERIAL
481-2674 .. S695 ....1. trammlnlM,
9.9 Sat. 9.6 Sun. 126.

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__PR I-44M Mtor I N PM. M. n HP I.mnr4t It IWMyrrty ... I ....t.r. .1 .1..1.5.5. .
.IrMMr. Coal tr IrtM w
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SERVICESHome 72 OMIt. E.w/PSwd/ fOlD ..5.181... I :h.... 4 ifr.f ..4.., .........1..1.tN

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And Business NflO A.PLACI' W. 551 TO. Aww IIT OtirM I VOLKSWAGEN: ::, :did, I

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IMKL" 35.58IN5w .
1s ..$.. 114a. .- I. M YOU Nil0. PHrMt MOTI M- i
552 PS.q ..."'". ,. HMM. mrt MHb nM tMnxIT 71 M...... M.......
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P45'P/N Pr t mt MMMto, ft S1M G..lfD P150WI ., ktt., $ 59 FORD tranwHtMiM. radio..
M....... ....., --Corte., buy 1 .0.d yard SlSf 495 I 495
W11511. 911415.EXPERIENCED. t..T t 1.55.5 1- 211 ,." ..e.. f .'. ....I.,. s s.p.a.I
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-- ..'OI..Y MUMC co. .... fa i-5371 I

::/rr Don .Byrd 0./l.CIIt PIt._J76.J175 SIPONANCI Au.,. r"4tCIr .15wwSM m-10/3... (151W, 91051 II I II I COMPACT CARS I '58 STUDEUKBt4 111.N"; ':':. ..

till K All AMI IHttHM mill k MMfNIMCivllp. ....'

'M' aid 55.4011s15 M I..115 / c.DryWeNIWerk C. GREEN '.1 I'..M "5CXT 2 door Pj,. I 6Nsil$395
t_ 5 550.r. 63 fOlD d 110.1.1/5 55 .
w/1 .50. a NW. ./1,555. Pit. ma olr tottdVI.! :

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r -. .. -, TIRED. 58 DES0T0.Mo.61;;10.6-'I', '
d50 bI15s11d/wa, .. 1 MUMM MOOCP.PMONl PAINT'NG' CO. I 493

mttirr a.- 101..11Add P U MM COHVINIMMAitOMM lull M 62210 mhe111N. radio, ....... . .
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J .11751 COLAtrra 63 RAMBLER
Pill e. IMIV AVI. PH FH .". of those EXPENSIVE radio ke.fef ,"e. I
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Ad..rfWSCM etU IAN PACfl CAU.o.e HOMf j 115535,, Pews trtorinf lAKNITT, FRANK CRAY.
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---ygo--- = it-. wM = Auto ..., ...... .......... .....P" $1295 '
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10111*5LVUrv 1 ,__" S III 115. u0. LII !1s51yy I 378-1571: BAG, MOTOR co.I CO.
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7.11 0..... I Mm 5.1 4M.tM. w 312 N. $T 6- 00It
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'( Check; 'these can & prices and I DRIVE ONE, .AND YQU'LLIUY: IT TODAY!; :

:see why 17 people: chose ,a real IMMEDIATE. DELIVERY! '.

SQUARE DEAL with ,one ,of ,the
cousins since last Saturday
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JOHN SAYS: We guoranroa you the ... ear .. 'AVAILABLE
the but>> price In Northcontral Florida r Satbryfnfleuifomors '
It our business -Ask your neighbor, ha Nowrr
CousinJohn-.s may bo driving a GainmlHo Auto! Salot carl BUYS



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'64 FORD '64 CHMOLIY''

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Mee YII.Za, "" "71595. ... W"2845 WE'RE! LOADED WITH ','

it' '55 OLDSMOIILI: '55 ,CADILLAC .- 1965''' TRADE-INS,

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........ '... N4 w40. WIN 4... ..4u.. ........ IN... 'M VOLKSWAGEN Low 51101 .Comet eon.l. ,Olds ,, Pont. '.
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Financing 95. l $799' I 1699on
Cousin'Roy W.' .1-..... ........... MMk >*. 'oil Volk.' ,
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I ''Queen Sails in 'Dangerous9' Waters.f1; ,I\t : '

QUEBEC (AP) Frogmen there were many signs that aU rash of threatening letters. end
searched the cold waters of security safeguards would surpass show calls. -\: t '
\ Wolfe' Cove todayand plain- anything ever set up In The Le Rjssemblenient Pour L= : : '

clothesmen patrolled the with historic/ police Plains dogs of state.Canada for the visit of head of for Prince an .organization..National/has .:.:, Celebrate the' Gator's Victory:,. '

Abraham as Queen Elizabeth's Checkpoints were in operation expected to a rally tonight to voice its
yacht iteamedup the St. Lawrence on all roads to make sure that royal yacht .. Police granted a
I for the queen's controversial : no known extremists in the Cove for the rally but made \.
visit to French Canada. French separatist movement will they would not tolerate
I Despite some official denials, entered the city. Occupants of Sunday the .queen "
t to( Ottawa ; .'. > :
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her visit (' ". at .
'Attack on Philippines Frogmen Don't;Shi>ot! l . 1 I,",. .. : t

I the dock VANCOUVER B. C.: (AP) .
I I' Is Attack U. S.' They will to hunters on the plain:' U i
an on of the spot a ,big, pate grey bird
Is here. a red bead and wings six
O &m flnrk fltowi the Philippines concern that will live wide don't shoot! .1) *>
I By TAD 8ZVLC "they, too, may become a tar It may be Cecil, the crane, Gainesville Fines, ,Dining''and Dancing
for Indonesian infiltration, week.
WASHINGTON The United I ho escaped his Vancouver Zoomaln <
or Interference of some sort. More than
States gave an implied warning Rusk chose not to mention In- racked by because, Curator' Lairesage
Thursday to Indonesia that any 1 figures, he got'a pal
donesia by name In his reply brigades on
kind of attack on the Philippines but the Implication seemed routes constantly, watching altarby r
would be considered an attack clear. He said, "Our own de- lined with, miniature train.
I' on this country. The Philippines fense"'arrangements with the ready to,'
j I has become Increasingly concerned -Philippines are very farreaching quickly:: I YOU airseTM.Aeiref
1 over Indonesian infiltration .
are without qualifications, Security/
activities. and If there .lain attack the : +te \ '
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j Secretary of State Dean Rusk Philippines from any quarter, ,n a ,I. ,.'
was asked at his news conference that .la an attack on the United jsts. r ou "OI\to .
whether the U. S. shared States." 1 They also 1 [11\\0'/. y of 'coet'o\. to '.

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I I Foreclosures at All-Time High N a tmO fo,rite c., .

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WASHINGTON (AP) -Foreclosures death of a husband or wife, private 'SPACE'a O OIL abletfectt0"
I of homes financed with divorce, or costly illness In the sis. .. rosn 'j
: FHA-lnsured mortgages are family. Data one*_cr famous r- t
r running at an all-time high. The The foreclosure trend .Is not I which WATCHDOGSUVICI IL d e EER Rip pee.T ,
same goes for house loans guaranteed limited to mortgages insured or with tog 9r
by the Veterans Admin- guaranteed[ by the government,! tlons, shows A. our -
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istration. but prevails, though to a lesser; tional loans w Prices oo"o 1
But, the situation .Is not cause degree, throughout the house cent of 'an tom
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for alarm, say spokesmen for financing Industry according to! time, white (lean, eons Hfottag nlcal' heat glvN end you our d1yik1viVOte '
both the VA and the Federal an official of the Federal Home for W per famous Watchdog: tamer Safv. a
Housing Administration. They Loan Bank Board. I per cent let quo renlees you worry.fr., portYof
call It an adjustment toward I By far the biggest share of Only !, carefree comfort -unlnMrrupfcd ALWAYS!, Keating ( yoU'
normalcy, from shortly after I home financing now Is through rean War
World War n when realtors so-called conventional loans for the V"' \
eagerly looked for houses to liD those obtained front 'banks, ty program I For. Your/w,
up to recent years when supply savings and loan associations,this Held : .,\01'. c.ll
more nearly met demand. Comforf- $pktUIK j ter ...." ,

The VA spokesman put It this To letter Serve) Our Old end Nenr CAU4w33i 6'19F
way: "A big factor Is absence of 1t FR I

price appreciation In the past ,' ':.: :. .
few years. A few years ago a Jack. Simr i 11 ;
mistake In Judgment as to valueof I p i'E:.
a house could be remedied by
INSURANCE I II ,.,. ... .
b.DAVisrtl ,
Just holding on to If a year.or : ,:
i two. That time has passed" ;' ,
FHA and VA officials agreed I HAS M .V' ; j
that foreclosures are up or down .PUNT
with the economic pulse of a from 418 N. MAIN ; 205 .I.U.nI St. ,
community Individuals affected.or area When and the a TOt i I The Orleans 4s6orev.. 13th SL .

military! base or an Industry IO
''shuts down, foreclosures In that
3460 W. ;
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When a man Is out of a Job,he n4p.m a.m. 3u
may have to let his house go. WHERE THERE'S I
The next leading reason, from PLENTY OF PARKING
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