Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00196
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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 11, 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
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System ID: UF00079931:00196
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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-Reigns Homecoming g Turn, 'UF into World Fair ; 1


A carnival air pervades the University of Florida campus this versity drill field to downtown Gainesville via University Avenue. Slated to speak at'the Mortar Board Ladies Buffet Is the Interstate
week as the "Gators Prepare a Collegiate World's Fair" their The Florida Blue Key Smoker traditional meeting place of Commerce Commission first woman member Mrs. Virginia
1964 Homecoming celebration: next weekend. politicos and political hopefuls will get underway In the basement Mae Brown.
A fun schedule of activities and attractions for visiting alumni of Florida Gymnasium at 3I5: p.nv and continues until The buffet willet underway at S p.m. In the! Student Service Center
I begins with the opening of the University of Florida Showcase, banquet time .
featuring exhibits from each college and campus organization The Florida Blue Key Banquet, beginning at 4:45: pm, Friday University of Florida swimmers will present "Swlmcapades" a
I' in the Plaza of the Americas at noon Friday. will host such distinguished political guests as banquet speaker water show with synchronized swimming ,and comedy acts at
The Homecoming parade opens the big show Friday at 1 p.m., Senator William Fulbrtght D-Ark:, Senator Strom Thurmond 4 p.m. Friday at the pool. A second: show. will be held Saturday. at 1
4. MN I Floats, beauty queens and bands from around the state makeup R.-S. C., the Florida congressional and legislative delegations, 10 a.m.
the tires-hour parade which courses its way from the Uiu-_ along with leaders In business and civic affairsanother (See HOMECOMING Page tA) sane:;

; R THE Cloudy WEATHER atnui11e, Sun f

Mary Arllskas. It, UF coed .....
from Clearwater was named l

Homecoming Sweetheart at 89th Year; No. 83 GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 'II, 1 1964 oNe wile M' pDOILY..AND. Me IUNDAY. ....,.
halftime ceremntei at Fl.r'do *. ....., M.MII NEWSSTAND PRICE 20e \" ,;';..
Field Saturday. l ,

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2%*"**' 1RuuertUp .

t Barry Hits 'Rot'; 'M ,FALL OUT?

In the "...ver surrender" tradition) of the Royal w
22nd Regiment a Member of the honor guard
for Queen Elisabeth still clutches hta rifle after "
LBJ Goes West fainting cold aa the proverbial mackerel. The "
guardsman was carried out just before tilt queen
arrived to review the regiment., "


'No Time "I "" 1
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To Ban God '

art Carolyn In SchoolS' 1
McDoaen above, tealor from .. M
Wffliitoo and Betty Jut "J :,':! .
Weadt, below,' tpokonon .
from ,Coral Gabies. (AP) See Barry Goldwater ., ,
said Saturday night "the moral .
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fiber of the American people Is .'
beset by rot and decay" and ". \, : ,
this Is no time to ban God from .. ... ...
the schoolrooms \ MN
Ho called on Congress to put 'I .."' "\ WI .. ,,- WIr
the question of In public ,' : ,
prayer 'I:
places to the test of a constitu- \. :. \ \ \ ;. \" '.''- ,
tional amendment and criticized Ilk \ \ \ t 't/. ... -"'"" .'1
what be termed "ple-ln-the-sky" 'f" \ \ "\
promises by President Johnson. '' tt.'I t.
The Republican presidential :.,! .. ..

candidate Democratic characterized opponent as offerIng his. \ \ \ \ \ If!" ) t. ,. r

the people "a shopping list"to
choose from the programs 04'I ,
they like best He said the President
"promises ev.rytblnl\: \ \ rwow
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I I Threat ,,
Johnson: :No Upset'

"of ,,' .
JOHNSON CITY Tex. (AP) nations banning nuclear weapons .
President Johnson is steering tests in the atmosphere,

his campaign through Barry outer space and oceans. "r,. ..
Goldwater'i home town Sunday "The world embarked," the 'r
as the most confident presidential President said, "on the first
candidate since Thomas E. step to remove the threat of
...:iiIP.r; ...
Dewey went down to defeat in oblivion that for two decadeshas .
1948 stalked the earth.The air Is IAP WlrNMM to M tool .
Johnson sees no real threat ofan cleaner the world Is safer and .. .

upset in 1964. the hopes for peace are a little .
The President had a let-up brighter because of this act of Boos 'Cheers Mark Queen's'Visit
day Saturday at the LBJ Ranch common sense." 'Eddie Cantor i"i"w.
He combed over details of campaigning ,
to come. He received Johnson has taped for televV

I the customary dally briefings on lion a report to the nation To French Stronghold .
affairs at home and abroad Thursday night on progress
his staff under the treaty. I
I from Dies at 71 :
He got out some statements Sunday he flies to Phoenix, QUEBEC (AP) -Queen Ella'abeth group of about M young can only be realized by the con .
One of them saluted the first Ariz. Republican rival Gold- pleaded In the tongue ofCanada's persons set op the chant 'La tinued cooperation of all sections
I anniversary Saturday, of a treaty water will be taking the day off French-speaking Quebec au Quebecois" Que- of the community." ..' .y.
now signed by more than 100 there. separatists Saturday for respect bec for Quebecers. Applause for The queen departed. from her BEVERLY HILLS Calif (AP) rill for four months .after a .
for divergent points of view the queen from other spectators prepared text to recall her other Song and dance man .Eddie heart attack.. "...
Head United Fund'sI grew however until It drowned visits to Quebec."It Cantor died of a coronary occlusion Much of his later Ufa was ;"
Peck The welcome, though
to Saturday at his homo in "
out the chant la a great pleasure for us spent quietly his Beverly :
marred generally by sporadic restrained demonstrations was The monarch, speaking al to return to Quebec, where on Beverly Hills. I Hills home writing books and ..
I New Division on Businessf boos and shouts of separatist most entirely in French !had two previous occasions we"!have Cantor A nurse 71, died said | articles reminiscing on his long
said: received a warm welcome, aha career and philosophizing about ,._,,
slogans.The said in French. "You have thus at 7.10 p.m. life He also was active to BU- .
f t I m berman Ed Peck Is an associate member first demonstration occurred "Between compatriots we At his side, I merous charities :
continued tradition of cordial :
been named chairmanof of the University of Florida must explain and present our !
Peck has just after the royal motorcade she said were f Cantor made his professional
the United Fund New Businesses Alumni Assn. and Is a director points of view. without passion hospitality two of hit. debut I
arrived at the provincial in 1907 it New Yor_. old .
and Professions Division. of the Alachua County Farm Bureau legislative building from respecting the opinion of others Opponent of the separatistmovement daughter, Mrs Clinton Mush Han A few yean,
announced and is a member of the True patriotism does not exclude have been generally Natalie. Metzger I
The appointment was the dock at which Queen Eliza later he felt Broadway with a ,.
by UF Chairman Keith Alachua County Cattleman's beth came ashore from the the understanding of the quiet during the poet few days., and Mrs. EdnaMcHugh burst of energy that war to become .
Austin. Assn. He was appointed by the royal yacht Britannia. patriotism of others.. However Quebec's English. aj his trademark. Ho made.._
Pecks division was added to governor to a four year term "This country Is the meeting language Chronicle-Telegraph. nurse and a I Gsd.r up for bit small. ale with an: =
the campaign! for the tint time on the Council for Research and A crowd of mostly college-age place of two great civilizations, said editorially Saturday that doctor. electric personality that was !Do' ..
this year Austin said. Training ta Menial Health ,youths began chanting "Qebec each wont lbetlog Its ewn genius the tension in the cky was the Cantor wealthy and virtually factious ::
Peck who was appointed by I The president owner of Edwin Libre" (fret Quebec) andbookrg' and quality. These qualities an result of "a small and beig. hl. retired from show business had Often working ta blackface,r
Got. Farris Bryant to bead the V. Peck Inc. be served ta Police used night sticksto not contradictory, but complement cant minority Jof sensation- been plagued with a heart ailment Cantor delivered his seoga to .:?
citizens committee in Atactaa World War Dta the V.S. Army posh back the! mob and swiftly CM sus her.The full energy mongers and hate merchants.1* for several! years. In 1MJ ringing' voice tapping hie bande-
County for the higher education He Is a member of First Bap- bustled a number ef apparent and progress of the nation he was lost to a television. ..* together and foaming the stag
bond Issue, headed the special list Church. leaden off In a patrol ran. with, a rhythmic skip. Ha frequently
projects commilttee for the Cancer The United-Fund drive begins As the queen left the building added another trade.
Crusade. Oct 11. after addressing the legislature, mark: rolling his eyes at a pbs
He is president ef Rotary said Can Develop 'Center nomenal speed.
b a director of the American Cantor soon was a Zlegfelr.
Red Cross and belongs to numerous Good follies star appearing .ta each
civic and charitable organizations. Morning stage hits aa "Whoopee" and
'Kid Boots" ZlegfeU bided
lorD ta South Carolina ta 1911 Of Excellence' at UF him as the "Apostle Of ...." ..
be and his wife Hilda, bate Around and About the New: A millionaire ta Ii. ha was ,?
two children. Their home la at broke a few months .... But
Gibes clobber all ....- '*
iM NW 2hd St. the ball eyed funnyman wrote
reed shod tt eel Pa.. II ta Ptrtare ear rage IA) thai sew building devoted to Interdisciplinary a book about his looses and
ate Bfcgeat Baf Orange) yet The contra posltloa of nuclear Nobel Winner work ta the DUo made enough to lay the founda
Cadre: asnwtoto held 11.L ,'j science at the University. of clear sciences Is also an filer- lion for another ..... _
dent ta Me-ter-lfa raawea ". Florida can generate. the devct-. Help. Dedicate agency project carried forwardby The hills wen big yean for .
....-.... 1A.C.oesdlb. cement ef a BMW center of excelknee. "- cooperation between (he Cantor aa he switched to radio
Dr. GIns T. Seahorg, Nuclear BuildingNobel State of Florida and interested and mow..... He, appeared for*
Cbaaruas of the U. S. Atomic Federal agencies including the Samuel Coldwya/ to. "Pakny
) Energy Ciaianlasliin.: said. Saturday National Science l Found- Days" "Kid From ....".and
as diitlfitan the Unherafaya Prize waver. .... ties and the National Institutes! others.Ha I
weeaaa/s OahPkton BOW tU LAlos Nicest "Never before bee the results of Health" he nutrd WM generally eradttad '"*
Wgest fldesalad .... r afrfs.e t Sciewo Brtttag."Kweleer of basic ...... .....*. Speaking on the 'BindingForce with rtvobttioalzmg radio ..... --
.... e... .... JW. lie oagtoeering ae an gallon been VMaMai aa ) ef the Atom* to aa au .bites by hvMtof a Bra air -
rag ... .applied idioms progrease* beet quickly shoe tiiaflilaj. aataV- Caaaew composed of scientists ewnce. It Vied W stndh waft '.
through dill aaeactettoa with time for key an tatoday's and numerous stale and unlwraHy vlelton and enrouragod aa> *"
Ampng he Old Fri end: funitaaaemal. work ta nuclear! world. New Wart the officials Dr. Staborg said ,r... Ha played. the trash,. ."*
science tt la natural and appreortate the appliedI sctaatt-4 and *Ye an not coming kits this bumptaioua yoang ma*. whe J.?'
Abby UIIIcGtrft7 Rafter** II aha atferOsdpunary engineer ecnpleal aa atgadflcaat work for the lint time bewitched could stir e> I peckof treat* .-
lC PilMwud Pete work ees lurid abut sadist or creative rob to shaaaag the sad bewildered, but have Cantor. k-Mdaswl the .early 1 ..
.a. AIItIIt .... SB4'Jt Youth New tmK scienco abaaai late place .bas future aa ha teeaaaMe of reeV already accumulated a bull efetpertoaco Tears of Mr..... Nhytag;t! : is
esrb eat where the has bmg today" the avdear chcnvM ea which. build beady aa has. Mesaardalgsas .....- ,
OtiATr IIOtI -UI k and app.st insures are pur staled."It your farther efforts"Your state die Men .e.t WIt I +1 1ISee
not wc-tlt AKEANEW9-1C sued at doe "'-U......,." the to sKniflrsn to M that lee L? NlCirAR Page Ml CANTOR: ear Pp Sill ,1ft. I

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/ --= ZA Gainesville Sun Sunday. October 11.1964.

,. .JPEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. More About \More About- (HumphreyTo ''

Weather ,
BarryFrom ::

Homecoming CampaignIn

Page 1 2 A as.
FloridaMIAMI .
From Page 1 .
In his speech prepared for .
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::: .
delivery In the Mormon Taber The world's "largest student ta m
nacle, Goldwater said, "The show" gets underway aa Flori at 7:45 'i m. Jacksonville Mayor -. Humphrey will fly to Florid .

doctrine of the fast buck now da's giant\ pep 'rally, Gator Haydon Burns will be the next Sunday for a two-day vote- At Claor .t .....1\0 .(ease Ihraugn/ p,.,.
fcmtty nltM. MIK Sunday
vies ,with doctrines of faith Growl takes to' Florida Field speaker for Phi Delta Phi seeking tour of Tampa St. PAlersburg ....,. Mian. 71 ,. ,.. Nortnoaitarty Com *
and called It appalling that the Friday' night '.1 g The all and Miami, Democratic: win* to I* >r mUal aar .....r. r.o ,..,
p.m. 7:JO ara, at the Holiday "
democratic party wrote a platform B C: Sunday mostly.cloudy
Growl 'which I headquarters said Saturday.
,,, 1. usually draws '
91r itf "with no concern or even Members of Alpha Kappa PaIl with llgh.75. to 80.. North and
mention of God." some 10,000 persona, bills Raleigh national' professional business The Democratic vice presides, northeast winds S Jo 15 miles

Greene; Chairman of the fraternity will hear Fred Karl, tial[ candidate will land at Tarn- per hour. ,
Describing as a CouncJr,of 100, as its official Beach and former pa International Airport Oct. 1 1 I Dl Many doudv through Sundry.' ,
'power-hungry, prideful man; master of ceremonies. Daytona lawyer and directly\ to Lowery Part., Nip. .. SuMay 7. to M turn ant nami.taot ,
3oldwiter in speeches at Spokane gubernatorial candidate, al go wlnto M la M mUM aar .hour.
The regular program will be where be wilt be'the principal I C Oi MMlly daurr nmugh ....
their breakfast in the Steak dw.a
Wash., and Portland, tnawari luntay. Ml""ti around Mi
prefaced Growl at dinner.
by entertainment speaker a
Ore., thumped on the theme pre Room of the University Inn at mno..Iorly wlndo It M a/ Rlllao aar
that people won't be fooled by including bands variety I am. I Democratic leaders say plans Mrf J' Me""Illy cloudy WIllI Jews. wry
promises and tha acts, and skijs.. These start Americas are being made for 10,000 U I sunew. 510" 7t 5a No Ner111..A ....
extravagant The Plaza of the
out win' 1* If II mOM par knit
at the stadium.
pjn. I IS,. at the rally the
persons .
this nation la troubled "deep In will be the scene of reunion as Sunday Ie..
its heart." Legal fraternity breakfasts largest the Democrats will have K. Maotly cloudy" w1/I'dww.rs em. a'I
Alumni gather hire Saturday d.v. NMI II- 'low IM, Nala.aaaly
win call
upon the "legal eagles" hi Florida during the campaign ,: Saturday .NI.SI. al II:* and II:atm.
windi 11 M mllM aar hour ltniimii
Where usually he has skipped Saturday morning as Attorney- morning from 1:45. 10:15: a.m., nWiar In ahowart. t Uw M 111 ...... and .:.. ...mliMtfoy .
mingling very much with for the annual reunion program. Sen. Humphrey will go from ALMANAC ; Hkjn at II.M any lew at

crowds at airports, he lingered speaks General-Elect to members Earl of Falrclotb Delta Speaker for the event' will be Tampa to St Petersburg for s I alma today tomorrow.:..::.::::.1 rf 4 4:M If amMoonMt fjn.unrlM GAINESVD.LENam.WEATHER:

long at all stops Saturday Florida Head Coach Ray 4 p.m. speech tentatively set for lonlfM .. r.M Municipal Airport readings
Theta Phi at 7:30 a.m., at the the coliseunt- Tha Moo It ot ji..; H"\\ mlin
6 Where his campaign schedule University Inn. Richard W. Er- Graves. .1.,_. fram tho lank to Ml.:3* Saturday: High, JO at 2 p.m.,
wx generally[ has avoided downtown Humphrey then flies to Miami mllao awotrlot Ittht low U at I am No rainfallVIMPIIATVIIS
x't vin, State Supreme Court Jus- Fleming Field will be the site Tr.ii Moon to aaelttarluo.
motorcade tours, In Salt Lake where be will address a Sunday KIT TIMSrfcmdayHltn ILSIWNIIIrMfk
will address Phi of a FIorId*-FSU Soccer Clash, l...,..
Alpha Del- at leaf: ejn. and 14m. taw
City he made a 'Jong swing beginning at 10 a.m., Saturday. night fund-raising affair ,The I: Low at It-M .,M. tat III pmMaMayriloh J.--Illt M
through the business.district. next the vice at 4tl and 1:M MkMM
morning presidential
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More About The John Marshall Bar Association p.m. Low Nlot., tun I* pm. Tans ,,
It was a pleasant, sunny late Skits, heralded for their candidate will speak to the TuaMav 1 MWi tTa.niit at.':01 a.M..N I:Va.m.Lowat :';rk.. N :

afternoon in Salt Lake. Even: Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen w-,., "111I II ':21 a... and ..... M O .11
w kM those who held up Johnson for Nuclear satire and lood.bumortd' at the Miami Beach audi. :a ....... Law at I It ..... and I:41It Now vat 16 tl
clam directed at state and national ,n1e5
y president signs milled in friendy torhun. f p'MTiwrN.y; High,. It 5 a5 5.M..d CMcaaa r
politics and politicians I ,..... Lam II asa ..1.. 5nd 4:16 Kamasa Cloy
welcome to a visitor come to eaN
begin on the lawn of the College From there be goes to th e .. .... .01
'From 1 It ones Md lit. Were' II
N! aM fw. 9 1 TIa.S( the city. Page of Law at IB:30 a.m.. University of Miami to speak to I ,..:a.. aunTlM It 4:. ..".... and INN -LeI ........ss q II IIefJituarit as
And the Arizona senator students. .Tha bar. -
university I
(AP Wlraahett It Hit tvn> leaders Alumni will hold their'tradl- ,
warmed to it, waving greetingsto and Its together with also Invited the public to attend.

== British teen.agers and children who officers of the University deserve tional barbecue in the gymnasium The rally has been set for noon.

Protagonists held the opposition's banner the highest praise as you from, 11 .a.m. until 1:30
dedicate this new building to Later Monday afternoon Humphrey

The choice between Britain'. Prim Minister Sir Before speaking Saturday service of mankind through adence. ,pm.The Homecoming f o o t b a 11 will board hit chartered EMLY, ROBB DORSET I FUNERAL
visited with President
::::Ilx Donflu-Homt, left, and Labor' Harold WH-, night he game with South Carolina gets plane for Arkansas Mrs. Emily Robb Dorsey N.

'::::tIn. right will be nude op Oct. 15 by the eetlmated 28aillion David year-old 0.leader McKay of, the the Church ailing, M of University President f J. t Underway at Florida Field at I Meanwhlle. long time resident of Gainesville NOTICES

< .* voters who will cut ballots out of M raildm Jesus. Christ of Latter-day Wayne Baits presided at the 1pm, Saturday, and a Homecoming hi Tampa .announced that former died Friday night followIng -.

: ,IIlbl.1 Moat signs and poll indicate It will, be Saints <( M..e>, photo-flnlah affair with the result the teM for Mr. WOw wart haM at 1 NPM
diddling( across from the Tabernacle; speakers Included, Dr, Richard iii the gymnasium- that evening California would campaign for Mrs. Dorsey was the daugh-! on laturday. Octaaer 10 at Mt

mature of England for years to coma The Republican candidate A.', Carrigan of, the National at I:30., iv tile Republican ticket with 'I tel:, of Dr. Sarah L. Robb andDr. Marian Tlllman. .conducting...,11' Churck tht woe oervtaaa.Hay L.luraliroctlan A.-

CUT OFFfeVActreis called anew for individual Science Foundation and Dr. Sunday' morning the student noon appearance, in Orlando Robert L. Robb,''prominent IM wed MW OvncanirvMan PIMynew srrdiM Morti.

responsibility, not big government Francis L. Schmehi of the National religious organisations l will Oct.'17 and another appearance. Gainesville physicians. She clan Mr.N WII y, who lived al m II

Lanree Bactll hat' Institute of Health. I sponsor breakfasts at the (IndJ.It' In Melbourne that evening. moved to Gainesville with her MM Tar.. dry, died Octoaar... I, INN .,
nil home altar'tone III. Mr. Wiley
I yjfd! a court suit to try to pr. opponent does not wantto parents in 1883. wed a member efMt. Marian lapilit
<*4ont the broadcast of a televl- "My x She was one of the first Ala- Church local ... ....,.,V .ledge, lurvlvlnf -
be elected nearly w much u i mamkara at Mo family, ara
moo show la which, she chargeairjlnglng be wants to be crowned." Gold- FOLLOWING chua County school teachers klo wllat Mn. Mania H. Wiley Chlldreni -
voice dubbed to'SffflK and was a member of the First Mrs. Carrlo WIIHaml MM Me-.
wet Mamlo- Cane Mr,. L.
water said b a prepared airport : Cray Mr* '
: of hers. Presbyterian Church of Gainesville Am Plamlni' Hoaart ........ an*
speech at Spokane, Wash. before if Jane Ortwy, Cltyi Mn. Mary larIon. -
"ESejtpart, It that of a "singer flying here. i'. for 71 year, serving there KavotaM liilgMi Mro. ToroHiaPaonon
aklda the said to the The : as a teacher and organistMrs. I Oaao City. i.,.; ..awuuoe
%tf He called t the things hit opponent Campaign _
E IB 1IIecI1a New York Fit 0' Dopey waa a founder ofthe' MAIL MINI rumen oarvkoo -
t City talks about "political! phs I lor Mr,. Wllaan, aao will ba
'. .'tSJJSnd: shown, the program in-the-sky." .. .. Gainesville Philharmonic 1 Halo at tot PM an :;. Ode,-
t'' Society and i charter member or wllll ..... Anaorani Siidus11M Inaaorvlcoo.
utjVgrvi the Impression "that Goldwater said PnildentJohnson .' SWIM will at In Rnwla
or the Gainesville Chapter of ranch anaar Ma lracllon. af Duncan
, j TJlm Incapable. of singing once reportedly tab aramara unaral Homo. Mn. Wll ,
;eMugh ,'to portray even a the American people :Niave, a the Daughters of the American any who INN. at .nakar. die Ccto-
Miller Ill Cuts Off Revolution She also 'w" Nat It.... Kama altar t krlotNhiooo.
an ae-
tta addprogrun '
..nd-out singer Trip
baby like faith In him. Mro. Wlloan woo a nwmkorUTTIMORC.
'" u ,. five worker In the I Twentieth N on'.r 101' MMMd1N CItv.... Wr.
It "I ask to let thbpowerhungry :
you Century Club.Survivors v1v5y, rniMkn N lilt 111y rsewr

he ."Mr. Broad- prideful man Know that By CHARLES DUMAS ? and on to nearby PabtesviHe to office building. include five daughters .Ltw"Dph, .W.hrws.. ....._ 5 SNCIII.5.k .alt ncsrlls
". .ay Something to shots ha American people are-not 1Ieu Mrs. AMIo I'lfo: am a bal.
PAINESVH1E. Ohio (AP) adieu ampalp raIIlII.I Setting out from Erie across Mn. Harry J. Brink e"I "
:' qut, li to be shown In about babies and they do not need. to MR WILLIS PVwral -
and Mrs
An ailing Rep WUliaja E. Mfer I He from hit schedule Hugh A. :Thomson,
ja-month. The producera'wera be babied, he said.. drop the state line Miller issued a' tarvkao far Mr. LatMmart will bo
LymdaBW Jahaaes ds .. CUE abort his northeastern a. \ at Elyria Ohio. !both of Gainesville, Mrs.Anne A.M. a* Pair
"CC( d ler o d to show, why they "I say that when ydu elect apresident statement attacking President 11IIN1N Oaywllla srlwNaw
Jjh.uld be allowed to broadcast, let lithe Prettiest, with you, want a to Ohio campaign/ tour In raw, There be was te have.ended a D. Davis St. Petersburg, Mrs ...,101 Church wMt. ..... JankM can-InOayavTlla
kurlal will
ctoi program, as filmed. Kea Keen at Taahee Itadl.ni .. manage the legitimate\ businessman. blustery weather Saturday and II," swing this Johnson u an extravagant government larry F. Collar, Ocala and dullne tha= wiaar tha dl Iracllan -
beaded back through of spender.: loin Thomas K. Todaen, Las at Duncan area Mortklaw, at
latvday te ase the third of your government The government to Washington to weak states the NW am n Mr Lanknara. wed IKa4 al
EWANTS OUT game ef the Wield. terles.Been recuperate from a eold.e South and the Midwest Cruces N. M.; eight N 14 ao. 44 city. aMal aaatomborN.
that, to big enough to He tald the Democratic president dren and 11 grandchll.dl' : ,..... M,. Lotti...... wan mom-
;aCsinRer Ethel Msrmaa hi Hal, hi a. BMaber el the five you Jrymlng JOlt want, laig ; Rain, fleet and mow flurries In Ashtabula, sleet dashed was spending fit million great --1.bar at sal Mow Port RaptM CNircn.

*l Stood for a few days beforefI.lnl Ytomg attaeai Isr Jtfaafeafrom enough to take it aU aweya showeret irr the Republican >wa on the bareheaded Miner more per.day than his predecessor vrl t .ln. --.,. al ma family I an vritai
New Yerk Clly.j Big government can't "nitOJl vice PftI Idenj.*! nominee's I ute began to address. chmed Mro. Amk. Mao Lattlmara. (hlldrontLIMIa
( for /ustcaUiuapa! .. I a the late John F. Kennedy, Am Lattlmara Wlllla JamoaLattlmora.
.1'ar East, tokr 1Mwsmn HM rg "v* i. IFSUSPECT the yearnings and fill the .un motorcade as W moved from tat responsive) crowd of more and that the budget deficit this MinneapolisPaper 11- arottiori TammK LeI l..

;Z hopes to dissolve! her marital easiness'of the American peo- Erie. Pinto Ashtabula Ohio, than 1,000 outside the old pod year would exceed |5 bill Ion Endorses
.. POOL MRS. Mil* Funeral tervkeo -
to. be said. .
:&Iiii with actor Emit SergalaeaoBut for Mrs Paw win Do hen. of
Mrs: LKlUe M. Miller is I' "A big brother I in the White P. M. on Tueiaav. Octaaar IX IM4.al .
being held hi the San Barnar- Demo Ticket ...- leeiiot Church nHtfi *ov.
HM must not replace the Humphrey Cantrall .
Mr. Borgnlne will have Arms T. O Davit conducting Hit aorvkeiurlal
dim County confidence in house." on a will M In PManrevt tndor the
'-tiCget the at NW ttti 5Mrs.. ,_ w'.
:.ihlday"I can't I'm not a mlJ.fiiit vestlgation hi The Minneapolis ,Tribune ana peal et *3d II m A..... Coy lied

of California" the flaming car Nixon Too By JOB HALL :steps to achieve this goal. milted under the 1M3 test ban endorsed Saturday night the Octokor .otter. W44 t af.lent AlocMio'11"new.etterelHnpllrt Mro.

w "Miss Merman, 55, and Borg. death of her SOUTH BEND Ind. (AP) A start was made tinder the tmty. Democratic presidential ticket Fan woe a member af Imanual.......
tilt Church and of tha local -
CItr47, were wed June 27. They dentist husband Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey said late President Kennedy with the The No ] Democratic candidate of Lyndon B. Johnson and Sen. 5n,' 1otItt. 5uMw1"S. mamusm IC.I.mlly .
,TjSflM 38 days later Dr. Gor Heads South nuclear test ban but "the Hubert H. Humphrey.It .ro cnlldr.nt_JImm1 .and. .
Saturday night that "the first treaty flew hare from Philadelphia 'I Mrt. laoennal C Cltvi Willie Fo >
>:: don E. Miller of. f and foremost task hi the pursuit:agenda for the future it long," was the first time In more Wool tht Clwtmtn Folm ..city.MITCMIIL. .cII.. Niece Mrf. ...-

Alta Lome. A WASHINGTON (AP) Former of peace Is to control nuclear I the Democratic vice presidential where he campaigned with than three decades that the
I .
S Funeraltervkoo
hearing II' Vice President Richard M. weapons." He pledged that the nominee said in a speech five speeches at shopping centers newspaper !had backed a Democrat for MRf.M... Mitchell will- ho hold'

scheduled Tues- Mrs. Miller Nixon will make political apwarances Democrata: would take further prepared for delivery Notre in suburban lre l. la the top race.,The politically at 1:at M Mf f>,M.Make an _leaflet OY. Church Octaaor with II.IOM .

day morning on a writ of habeas next week In California Dame University H. stressed the nuclear control i Independent newspaper Rev. Richer. NarriaM canductmt. theaarvlceo. ,.
lurlel will aa In Odd Fei
Ilir corpus seeking to free her. Missouri Ohio 'Wo' baa In the pest endorsed some me dlrocnen ef OutKanrtmen
Indiana must seek additionalmeasures Issue In these loW under
appearances, Democratic Mertle...... Mn. JarJe "Mitch.ell. .
See on Page 7A. Local Student candidates for Congress
\ Michigan and Florida. .
designed to prevent wed Nveal et .1. t. a. 47. .""'
.The Republican National Com. too."I and state and local offices. PM.. died. ........... :Je. INN m .,..,.
war by miscalculation or accident. ,.
MOONSTRUCKDcneld Gets PromotionLEBANON am confident, he said eta .111.1 0Mm Mrs. MIIcMMI
millet announced/ this schedulefor ," be said. ., Water __ II tilt ......
"that the American people will Jar .
and t Moraine af Jerkta. the wr..wasp
K. <( xt says he still'hopes to nuke a 25000 mile campaign trip In 'enn. Cadet Holds DecisionOn .... clOy and a swe'a M .'.. elw,01.5urvIvup .
obtain _
safeguards against .surprise Johnson and will give him an I mSmNM M 1'aMy ore
2 flight to the moon, but it apparently behalf of the Goldwater -Miller Douglas W. attacks Including a network overwhelming mandate on Nov. tIMw55,4, V_._ MWckatl MttkarIIM ,
Wllflama. Mantaamory. Aka lia-
would. take an autopsy ticket: Whitlow, son of of selected observation J. Execution snl M" "..,. SmM sad Ca.Ow .
Monday Oct. 12 San Francisco Mr. and Mrs. -. Itapoani ManM Mncn.WOOTIK. .
to prove he's healthy enough : I = .
points. Humphrey told a news conference Ny 5IPd.uSlkrl P1mM." MI ,
for It And he's not about td undergo : Claremont, Pomona Loa F. Chris Whitlow WASHINGTON (AP) The -. 11_ AlraMiddmmN.wr' _111I
1 "We must.. to restrict the after he arrived hi .
5 an autopsy, he adds ngelet> and San Diego, Calif; 1499 NW shortly government of South Viet Nam -.'as
Avenue nuclear arms race by restricting South Bend that he dots not was reported Saturday night to MR HOMiR Pimrolaarvlcoo
Slayton, chosen to be an astronaut T II" a day: Springfield, Mo.; -
transfer of nuclear favor constitutional amendment far Mr. VMatm was ...... at
weapons a have assured the United States
but grounded by a heart Wednesday Toledo, Sandusky Gainesville has It:at noan an __. Oct 1*. ION
condition was at Minneapolis and Cleveland, Ohio; Thursday: been promoted by converting fissionable to permit prayers in pub that it does not plan to make 4tn. A... Ckmk af..cnrM wHh Iron.koo. ..
Ma/1MW "' .aNnr.e M.W
Friday for a convocation talk Fort Wayne Elkhart and MarIon -, to Cadet 1st materials to peaceful purposes lic schools. any decision on the execution ol a luriat : kokt II ,.N.anpnm;
Lieutenant at and by outlawing underground I Told that Sen. Barry CotS a terrorist, who Is linked ynilar mo attratHoftat. Dunccon .....
at the University of Minnesota. Ind.; Friday: Benton Harbor young _'- Mr. wed N
Lansing and Marquette, Castle Heights tests, with adequate Inspection water advocated such aa to the Venezuelan kidnap case all N. w. de' A... did Oct.I. ....
......'... M. _
V' L Krlahaa Meaea toveheaeat III Alm5'ul OawrM
II.E. HURT ANKLESea. Mich.; Saturday: St P.tars, Military Acade- Whitlow and enforcelDlllL"Uncler I amendment con a speech. Saturday of Lt. Col Michael Smolen,. for ton wed mamkar alllia) m' AS.CIwMI .
i a's,w.t sat .
tellUdui, has tot moitZg Everett M. DtrkMi, A111 burg and Fort Lauderdale, Fla. my here, where he Is a student ground testa are per- night. some time. wnrwMr.IN'' .N....CMIM.. art Witot Savw'y.. a.Mrs.M.mMnN Mama a'

> : Us .... great bifhweceje4 ., la In a hospital Chicago law es.mow :. Lan:
-'Clo'the.' .
' .; his. feUewen grew fewerfhltnrer. for treatment of a swelling of _Raytao wIs. Vtttoato .a. IkHio.tavlt J .

Despite this, .. the right ankle. I Reds Kidnap AF Officer Ask Ransom 'Swap9CARACAS. I L.tVaManif.M. MM anal K. _.......... tee .Woa-...

H-Sduui peUtielaa ceaat aimZaul A physician said Friday the ,... .... '"' ...... t

and meil el them .fed. It swelling may have resulted mssav.4 airs IMUT .. v.rM,

.possible to believe he night from a kidney Infection. DIrk. Venezuela; (AP) Michael Smolen, 45 whose fate from a parking space la front of t0.pound bomb May I beneath a date !hat been set UJL'officials aantttt koM at M ItJt Mra ajn.'San-aa. Montm yr fb pew wMaa

,..-rt sere .eeeime a BM (. MIl hopes to be back oa his feet Police raided suspected: !hideouts was linked In anonymous telephone hit. home. Police said they were Vietnamese\ bridge\ that McNa- were reported to believe that, hi akar it w5N kM..Oiaal. Push

rechtaHd with. Monday. i of CastrfrCommunlst terrorists calls with that of a condemned suspicious because the theft was mara was to cross two days view of the cfecunstencos, the := =Ckarit.=' ..ihrk.DLn

Saturday in search of a Viet Cong terrorist in not reported promptly. later. date would not be set before N wed isSi 5anom.ii. ...":.

)EMore About kidnaped V3. Air Force officer South Viet Nam Nguyen Vu[ Telephone caDs to The Associated These hformanta said they consultation with tile American Mrs rain,...N..._.. -_-PamMram.N des N. I..,

o 4 reputed held for a lifeforallfeansom. Trot, 11."ent'zuelan. Press and other news understood Troi was scheduled mission. Pus ;: :"""". NIN. PrsNp

r CantorFrom National Guard media by persons Identifying ,to be shot in a Saigon prison I A spokesman for the embassydid panne' .
Actnit aanxa.no wM at HnwyOH.ty. "
They searched at least 30 units and military Intelligence themselves as spokesmen for yard next Thursday not rule out the possibility of M. Or Harkort 5 mm #* Sana
I I Later however reliable, an American plea for clemency A. ,.......PM L. Alvarai, JL A. ...
the eutlawed Armed Forces of
tomes and apartments without officers Joined In the search JI. amen J. on*, e. A. ..... >.
: Page 11 success. while U. S. embassy authoritiesIn !National Liberation warned that sources said Premier NIU'enDanII'I for TroUn d added: Or L. e. tVamHna limn 01 f awl.baan .
told Amerku '"Obviously we're not wtnktlbion al Ww. Pwal Paw5vtalss
government standing
Smoke would be killed If Trot
" Road checked all Caracas and Saigon, half a M.ral wee awe
patrols cars
!d and his five daughters the camp run for street urchins leaving Caracas for U. Col. world apart pondered the was shot for trying to blow np diplomats no execution still h Venezuela either." M.I4 ..... al M. tout IoIII.Gaa..m .

tdleas'feud" with George Jet-i such as himself. Because he !threat that Smolen would die U.s. Defense Secretary Robert i

Gael: and the songs that w.r'l was able( to let entertain him slay they occasionally six unless Trol lived ,,1 McNamara malted Saigon when last the May.secretary Mother: 'Le!t't Him Live' Sit

Gcntm Smolen chief of the .
d with him "If You deputy
weeki Instead of the usual two. Two ) received
e :J11ew Suzy," "Ida" and others.But "Grandmother worried some U.s. mission to Veneanelan calls Saturday newspaper saying SmoleaWM NEW YORK (AP) Toe "I am an old .... I know

after his heart attack: he.wen about that," he remembered.. forces was abducted a car as UnlisjtflIMd> year-old mother of LL CoU Mt- little about politics. I know little s.MIhIIt4..,. ...a........

,.. on television only occaand "They let you stay six ...11I. he stepped from his home Fri A US. embassy spokesman chad Smokm pleaded Saturday about till world. My world Is .,,.f- Pb.za. .

I aoiiTlly did none of the Eddie?' she would ask. 'and the day to ride to work with Col said embassy officials were aight with her son's kidnapers my family. My love It for my t tAwtd:

mopping: about. the ..talt'of ear other boys only get two weeks Henry Lee Cheats the mission discussing the suggested deal. III Caracas, Venezuela to spare dIIIdrtIL end ... w 5eelel.I. ....

:;:ftr years. Well then, boy you owe something chief. hut would mate no statement hfajBte.She. "Yoa say you win till my ana, iirlmoaM S. ,.. c .

. Born lay Iskowitch on News to that camp."* Two young gunmen. seized\ since they considered It a Venaeta gave her message to the U OIL IIIcbaeI ...... lean F M51r..

.N East Side, he was or- Incorrect him. 'Three ethers chased police case. He said New Tab tonal-American, to .. notunf. hat wee.'_ CI8CUI noM wm n

. when a year eld. A I Choate. but he eluded them. He I. had bean no direct contort be relayed by The Associated I .1 weep aril I ...* lid JaIl causes M MAIL

grandmother, Esther Identification Jumped over a fence and took with emhasey aathorttisa. about Pro hi Vcneaoela with the I will ha .SKIM .. ana. I hope iiJU .AI...

:: Cantor real\1 him.At I Resigning Plan Board member refuge\ m a house. .the proposal.Then !hope it wU ctaiade her son's I met yon will spare tha lie ofmy
. kid Hester Three were arrested from him. and tend Ida .beck this area eveeR.". ...
: a ragged on Tom Fagan was bcorrecty persons I ara utterly no clues captors They hey. .. .... lit
Btrejl he kerned early bow to | Identified ta Friday's Sun later for questioning. ;he sett "We are to the same have threatened to de so unless tether aid me.' := ei h A [salsa Mae

, : de enpersonatloos of popular"atage I The downtown businessman One wet the owner of the car bos at yesterday." a condenHied Communist tor BAs your mothers would plead 0 .

start and thus get a few submitted hit. resignation to used by the kidnapers which It Sanaa, police informants .nt In South Viet Nam b for you.1.plead for my son. M ar.v .II..o5.. _Nay___.

pranks that might be toned by Mayor H e w a rd McKbney was found abandoned a mile said Trot la ander a death sentence Here I "Let him .... I !beg thai af ...-.Mar.- : -.

.pIIIIr F.. :Thursday because of business from the tcene. He said the ear[ end two eompaaioaa' ii the message by Mrs.Smeleot TOIL It 57r1w 5ereef.l, ':":r '5Mwel5e

Amman ba neat at a lake ,........ I LT. SMOLEN I had been stolen Thursday night serving life terms for setting a who lives In BrooUya: "!nits. Xatbe .....'' aelle'a1r5 M er ....uK



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MIAMI (AP-Fidel Castro's
runaway sister, JuaraU says oiscoutIt
his Communist stronghold is
crumbling.Miss '
Castro,who into
1 went exIle 1'
I In Mexico
four months ago,
I said 89 per cent of Cubans oppose

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Miss Castro said her brother's
days are numbered,,"as surelyas
God exists." AND ORV ,
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must come by armed action.She PBCES t
predicted any military action ROCK-BOTTOM JU"
from without would be supported RT
Inside Cuba. 2-SPEED 5-CYCll
"Even top members of the ,
armed forces and the government
are against him," she
said. Miss Castro called her WR1 '*' WITH
country a prison island.
She said she came "to be with u wit 6WRLOOKRT t g ALL NEW SUPER WASH
compatriots and feel near .
my country on this October 10 t FRNTRSWMUES
that marked the start of the war THESE NOCASH
for our Independence." I
It was 96 years ago that Car -
los Manuel Cespedes, a sugar
grower freed his slaves In Cubato
let them help start a war that DOWN
finally ended in Independence IKAtWWnHTRADE'H' "
floor Spain.
!I"We must work without rest" 1 s.e4 $147G l r t
Hiss Castro said "to make r 1 Cyd. ...
,Cuba Independent again." E. AutOlftat=sWuS $169 ''r ..
Even as Miss Castro pleaded .. .. k "
1 I for unity among exiles, a flag KUV1NAtOR : is ;;. '159 ....'
parade and outdoor rally scheduled cTd. . . 4 J 'PAY
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because of threatened Injectionof EAst .. $138 2 SPEED suPER WASH r MOil I ..,1
partisan politics. RCA W""lPoplS'tloCY' $121 1 1V1NAtoti
Miss Castro planned to spend :
the day In a her carefully hotel room screened receiving .{chR;" :'.:::" 99 .... FKTIt

flow of Cuban and American visitors X99 5 CYCLES
Exiles, expressing surprise al s 49 -

/ the security measures recalled WWDLPOOL VI'"1" W..h". WATR 1EVH CONTROL
that only this week a bomb explosion ," "
RCA ooor
I at a Cuban meeting was .'HURRY ....
attributed by many to Castro on.-of.e-kind .amtWpoorSr.d: : .
I! Communist elements \toast pro," In cosh ChOt'9O :
While the exile colony generally Yow .l.-ft't geed ".
gave Miss Castro a rousing
welcome the feeling was not
unanimous.The .
exile newspaper Patria
said in its main headline: "Em. : ,
barrassment Juanita Castro in
, Miami" ;
The right-wing weekly friendly i.1
to ex-president Fulgencio Batista _
laid "That a woman, sister
of a murderer, with whom she \ 'S
shared depredations ... should '
bring a message to the Cubans fto
is more than intolerable." .: '
Miss Castro helped her brother -
in the revolution resulting in
Batista's overthrow In 1961.


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h\ | '(! aturzutlk: thin CONSCIENCEOF MAULDIN.A4. T j -- d, Ct ill I Crowds' THE VIEWOINT CONSERVATIVE*" Don'tCgst ,

,I JONN L MAII..101Io Pr"H.e ... ,-
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i Flor/oVa .. ......101I ...HUNS Votes
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University ; ...101.., VIM ma** ** JM- SOUTHI jl
t' sa DirMm Sol 'T*.T Lie n, I By DAVID LAWRENCE
VIM .nm\ta. ... CI......... "" _. By RALPH McGILL
.....- ..... -.... WASHINGTON Judging by the news dispatches on the
THE SUN'S POLICY a .. A..- .mw. o.NHU presidential campaign It would appear that then Is some-

1 I. Report IN MWI fully and ImportloIV In fie ntwt column thing, .significant about the outpouring of crowds for one

2. Cxpmt 1he opinion cf *w Sun "-'-*ut only fcv-tdMortoli.( NationsCan 'candidate' or another ta particular sections of the country.
3. Publlih oH sUn of Important ctntrovtnlot' 'town. >likewise, a great deal of importance is being attached to

All'departments 378-1411 the fact that certain newspapers In one region are coming !
The Son's : WorkTogether
out for on* candidate while various newspapers in another f
ia&iF region are endorsing the other candidate.
J Neither crowds' nor the endorsements by the press, however
Goldwater a Keynesian? have always been influential ta reflecting! the ultimate votes ,J J"of
a community or of a state or even of the nation !

Samuel Lubell, the public opinion compensation, etc. would produce a In the last few years the *. "' :_ fTHI1 e
FOR William! J. Gaynor was
EZABfPLE: ta 1909
United States has conducted
I pollster report that Barry Gold- deficit, which he seems to
agree pilot project la West sunning for election a* mayor of New York City. Then were
water has been unable so far in the would be appropriate. African countries on seven methods / :several newspapers ta the metropolis, but moat of themrefused

campaign to attract the lull support of immunizing children to endorse Gaynor. Yet while be had virtually no t,

of conservative voter He 1 11 demonstrating He also I agrees that monetary against measles. This dJteaieIs -, 'newspaper support, be won the election Just the same. What

say LubeD, "a far weaker policy should be "moderately, expansive the major killer of young was the reason? It was because the Tammany organization behind 1
In that We him "..." wen put together and operated efficiently -
persona area. DOW11'I
'appeal than the philosophy of conservatism with an increase in the money: i it didn't make much difference how much commendationwas
carrying out a ,
that he champions. supply during recession. The programthat
a government will hmnnnhf almost one publicly given to his opponents.
should also, he say, post fourth of the children in time Maybe times.have changed since then, but there Is a lot of'Pod

Goldwater 1* viewed as unacceptable pone reduction in spending at such countries. Intensive work going on In

by many conservative because a time and might accelerate tax reductions This Is International coopera THE WORLD'S FOREMOST 'NEWS :ANALYST various sties In the United

they consider his comment on foreign that would have been made tion.We _______. i '. States today .by predict work-

policy Irresponsible. The 'Gold- later. have the power to wage *-r'- and--- arnmhaDOnS---- ;of.
water vtowa. on foreign policy and war. W* also have the powerto 'various kinds: which ice' pay-

his attitude on way and moan of All these statement are more prevent millions from suffering : tag little attention to po endorsements
and dying from disease. Do Battle
achieving civil right :for ,Negroesare qualified than most economist would Ladies being glen by
the dominant Issue in,til* campaign -. make them (and are interspersedwith STATES today the press or by promlsent In-
engaged in a large program -
and the debate on fundamental the usual condemnation ,of of research and development O Sftt fork uTtaw and more of a pn IdeDi'. taste to go out and electioneer dividuals on either side. .
economic and social pUtosphy ,ha "big for husband 'so ,Nor 11'I'crowds nedaaary -
government regulation, government la the field weather By JAMES RESTOf/ wife, John Quincy Adams my
been very quiet. Lubell says there etc.) but they embrace the reporting and forecasting. WASHINGTON expected quite a lot, but be ta none el his campaigns didI ] an indication of bowtpublic,

1* less debate on this than In any same principles of government This program win Involve the' President Johnson and Senator didn't Issue travelling orders take any particular part sentiment is lining up. Back

recent presidential contest.. economic policy as those advocated cooperation of more than 100 Goldwater have the reputation about K. He merely.wrote ,a- toil political ,activities on- ta 1120, when ibis correkpond- .
other nations poem: bee I was pcIaIJJ asked. to cot traveled on the campaign -
of willing to
by the Committee for Economic Development being '*. train with James M. Cox the
Three new teclmologlei, do almost anything to win II: want (who does not want?), for some reason ,
Concern over foreign policy and Walter Heller and Lyn weather sstaUitei, conununi the election but a will She ttittftft that she was Democratic: presidential nominee
civil right undoubtedly 1* the major don Johnson. They diverge from the cattoaatellitef,and computertecIIDrdoIr. thought they'd, so nebedy far as Affectionate' and fair,* often afraid ta the exuberant the crowds were noticeable

reason for' this. But ; the confused more traditional economic policy of now make possible to send their wives go flat alone Ta solace all the woes, of end nshtag aowi./'No matter ta all parts of the country

statements Goldwater baa made 'on the Republican platform which Gold- a global weather reporting into the battle to achlsve life, what your fears, bowever. from coast to coast. Mr.
economic policies may be a contributing water dictated in San Francisco. and forecasting system. that end. And an ltd joys to share. : ." she added, "7010 must Cox had been three times
The value of such a serviceto : ; smile and bow: end If you governor of Onto. He was an
factor. BusineoB Week magaain the nations of the world After an any sensible man yield-H top to receive flowers, or excellent speaker and ha bad
submitted a sot of question to the The question Is, which to the real is so gnat as to be incalculable. knows that be can live without some remembrance "of the the endorsement of President

Republican candidate on economic Goldwater on economic policy-the his wife end that there' With an my faults to love place. yen oust appear to be Woodrow Wilson, who was

issues.; .Goldwater/ answer an Goldwater who answered the Business This U International cooperation must be some limit to a DIID"IDIIumIDJIJ me attil J1. enjoying yourself sad care' fnlshlng hit second term.

vague and general, but one surprising Week questionnaire or the Gold- Even on to the 1fOIIID.preposterous WW sentiment refined. free." '
Later; William H o w a r d THE REPUBLICAN nominee
conclusion come through. water of the Republican platform of IN THE: PAST two
yean our assumption that wives are Tiffs wife Ida, extended the. POUnCALFASHlONS 1 Senator Warren C. Hard
the earlier diatribe against government Tine satellite discovered HI obliged by the old-fashioned the other hand \
franchisee Its often attended change, however, almost as lug on conducted -\
In these answer, Goldwater ,accepts deficit'and "Keynesiamlsm" hurricanes, typhoons, and wedding vow to "obe)''' the President's cabinet fast as women's fashions, especially a "Front porch" campaign -'

a major part of the "X 1111" and of the vote in Congress against tropical storms, and reported their husbands, this practiceof meetings, andWoodrow for women A wom- and never left Marlon,
the behavior of others.
Ian" doctrine on government action V'tax cuts? $ throwing the little lady to Wll oa'i second wife Edith an la now prime minister_ of Ohio,, except for four speeches ,
By 196$ then wW be a the photographers is going a
to maintain economic stability and took oa so much aUvewort' Ceylon: another la foreign away from Us home town. t
world weather-watch carried bit far. herself her husband's I of Israel sun another But Mr. Harding won by a ,f

during minister ;
I .
economic In the This be another ..
promote progress. puzzle may reason only the cooperation of number ,
Illness that she was is running for presl- landslide of popular votes -
past Goldwater ha treated the ideal why Goldwater doe not attract nations of the World lie IT IS BAD enough for a called "the acting presK 'dent of Pakistan, and nobody the largest majority which up

of Lord Uaynard Keyne a*the work fun conservative support flexible tsorologkal Organisation one good wife to have to toleratethe dent" now complains: mat It Is not to that time bad been given to )
.. of the dovfl. Though he doesn't use monetary and fiscal policy to regulate of the' several valuable specified old man's mistakes and MOST PRESIDENTIAL. "ta good taste" for women any presidential candidate. t
agencies of the United
-J the name Zeyno in his answer to the economy to now "conserva, Nations. All this Is back banalities at home. In a ,wives, however, were merely to campaign ta the United What do the crowds that
Business Goldwater .to following pinch, she may even be expected part of the campaign scenery.President States : -merely, Hut tt Is greet a candidate
Week ti,. and to, in fact embodied in ground to the proclamation .to ,defend his short- i really
1 that famous economtot.''\ the Employment Act flfM whlcn sy jnresiQsns jonnpai Tnhnam design. combes among Mends. and Truman aKways ,,,a form of involuntary servitosiaqo mean? All too crowds put together -
had GoJdWaWITim. sating ION 'u International Introduced >bis wife,, wife sbooU have tot that an now turning rout
bipartisan backing. acquaintances bulb do the
Bees sank Boas to the add her ether burdens.
Cooperation ,Y_. AH members ti I to to cheer either President
Goldwater agree fist the federal is Business Week 11'I1n line of the U. N. win also deed before a howling. mob delight of the ralJl ee. President The man's excuse (he always Johnson or Senator Goldwater
j budget should not be balanced every with this thinking. If the Republican make eImDIr proclamations. In Muncie Ind. or In the Eisenhower: gained has one) ta feat they are an infinitesimal part

year. He says that fiscal and spending candidate could "get across" this presence of a band of impudent great support among women asked for It, sod so they of the total population of 110- .

I; program should be set to balance new picture of his economic ideas, bad bbaieatiatallccooperatin S. C. is hecklers too much.in Columbia. voters .by being unfailingly attentive did. As early as 1771 Abigail 000,000 of voting age. Nor la ...

1 the budget "when the economy it would help him to gain backing ta health, 00111100, education In ,the first to his Mamie., Jacqueline Adams wrote to her bus- It possible to draw from the
place nobody Kennedy added greatly band-who later was second size of the
tafsnt end crowds the con
to and prices are stable. from business and other'' mortality, ag
prosperous many men
I riculture. These' U. N. alMl'cles knows more about the weaknesses to the atmosphere of grace President of the United clusion that this is a "sample"of
He says that, when recession begins moderate conservatives who think have magnificent rec of even a good .husband and beauty during the Kennedy States"If particle can bow the rest of the electorate
the "automatic" stabilizers of the he to too far outdated in his economic ords. They alone. Justify the than a goood wife. Mostof administration., But and attention are not paid feels

, federal income tax unemployment thinking. existence of the U. N. They the time it Is she' who not lady Bird Johnson Is the the ladies we are determined William Jennings Bryan,
'I ere examples of successful International only has to feed the brute first to try to quell a political to foment a rebeUoa, and three times nominated for the
1 cooperation. They but organise his lilt, and administer revolt with a solo whist- win net bold ourselves boundto presidency the
by Democra
teach us also that International the affair of the la-stop trip through the South,. obey any !laws ta which tic parry aDd three times defeated

Voice of the cooperation can and does family. Yet under this. new Even Eleanor Roosevelt, we have no voice or repre- for election: drew the ;
People take many forms. In Jill win extension of women's duties who seemed to .be one of the' aentalla biggest crowds that
: be the Mth anniversary of the she baa to standup aDd pre official leaders of OM New Wen the rebellion has taken idential candidate had any pre.
United Nations. tend that be, and he alone Deal had her doubts about I place, but women' suffrage bled before then assem

L On The Sun'si Opinion Page Much depends therefore, on can administer the affairs of getting out on the hustings."To has also added to women's was a remarkable or since.speaker.He' -

the Increase in cooperation the nation,,. ergaafae the alliance ten the tram,". she suffering, which k the His eloquence was acknow

OPINIon e..smesset.. et 5.. ...... one wel..ese II Ie ... M ie Mob ....... .IfIIt now and In the critical yean outwit the Communists wrote lie"Tbit I 'Remem way men have usually arranged ledged. Curiosity "
save M ... ... ... Wills'.. ..... ..... will I. wNNsli N ........ A hiss ...... ahead.IT and bring honor peace her." "| never felt.It was. ta It from the beginning the crowds. brought out
.et eM.eT9ov wad ..< ..* ke vibes M tmtt*.Me 045.i>eee .Jsefcy.ssueS*. "e..fi. and morality to a disordered tt cam to
Iscorns.. Me 'uIeI II nMee eve MM e. II Mahn is ......... ... ....... _.... M IS A GREAT pity that to ,world. voting for him, however the

some persons a willingness (9 The object of throwing the people balked.
Who' To RanGovernment of earning a living and unable "..... ta communism" venture\ into International cooperation candidates' wives Into the
to survive except u Bbs I replied that I wasn't being soft oa com battle of course, Is clear rr WII.L BE recalled: that '
? wards of the federal govern euro what Us question meant; munism. It Is a monstrous enough. It Is Intended to humanise CRY FATBERS MORE UEE BVaBANDS ta IMI Governor Thomas E.
ment-Is then nany say reason be became more excited snd perversion of truth to say we the struggle. Everybody Red-faced city conmitestoasra, toed off oa the Sun lest Dewey of New York made
EDITOR Sun: Do you and why we stnulslk permitted ., Insisted that I did know. He would be better off out of the knows that no man can weak for criticizing a abort-lived$ ordinance to reimburse transcontinental trips and was
really want the responsibility to veto or have any part soulS>not elaborate on his neb- U. N. than ta It, that we possibly minis the agoniesof their wives' travel expenses when accompanying commissionerhusbands received with ringing ap
for the management of our whatsoever ta governing ourselresT 1 uknilabeL should withdraw from an International the unless ho on city business tripe.. phase In many an auditorium .
government or would we Mr. .....letter aim left cooperation and go presidency at the end of the *' His speeches wore
rather take the day off and One "liberal" professor has .hi tee dark u to how bodoHnes It atone. In the fait place, we day escape Into the living WE'RE GLAD YOU INCLUDED THE: PEOPLE JIM clear cut. His backgroundand
let "the government" solve ever been so bold as to admit I. eonmimihin. Ho did, can't go It atone. In the second of the White House and quarters| ConmiSBtaoer, James BJchartson, never at a loss forwards training ta the law gave t
"Its" own problems? This that our Is m longer a government however, brand the activities place, an attempt to ta complain bad thto,caazp skit to register: "I think at times his utterances a logical and '
could very won be the central .by the. people bit to 'of rail rights workers ueeam.alem. so would be disastrous our about to the e evils sympathetic of his poD"leal wife newspapers and people'without much else to do need. a died fundamentally interesting
issue ta the presidential economy and security. horse to whip. sound to the
Instead a government .by "teaching opponents and the wickedness people. But.
campaign before us.mimaeoongoona the govommenLM ItomMnooal experience I Russia has participated ta Of a ymtfllOB .gaJa Mr. Truman bad mad
group here we have tans views know ttat sack. teochtag eon.siste a substantial amount of toternaUonal pTSSS. CxmMBNBKADUBTOOMayorCbmmiasloaer a good tqvessloBtakfe three
of Americans declared that of ourselves. Wo are atfB free of contmankattag the cooperation. Includedare ,ALSO IT B booed that Howard McKhney: accused theban's leers ... ...
whoa men claim independence to choose what kind of man belief that each ctltsea of our allocations of radio frequencies ono daily paper" of berg "cbikUsb" ta its reaction *..* there had bins sTeVreasfca
the voters, when they see to me wife ...... csytag "I think this thing was dear-
decent respect to the we want to be: country should have an equal campaigns afaJnst ta Hot wily
and beer the ladies win "
of mankind diseases, studying the oceans COD .miwndersteed by he p .. after the the
opinions L Moa who are responsible opportunity to elect governmenMnpromtattves' chide that there must be : STBERE'S war admtaWra-
that they should declare me and worthy of freedom or and cultural exchanges forecasting tba was benefited by aa op-
about the
CIIMa...It reflecting such IWeaUtags whoso lose depend receive aa oducatloa appro. of weather and a number something GOLD IN 'lDllIIICIIWA1'S, RALPH"Someone ton ta the economic em vs.
candidates If these women asked me If I knew what SOL Goldwater la
high regard for the dignity offryflyfrfrifl state's priato ta hh atptntionswnli of technical cooperations. Mr. Truman
upon ponnlsstoa dktal do as
Jhe married and tolerated them foe" slid Rep lalph Turlington (sa LBJ Democrat) during
runs beings *S er sufferance. the primary\ purpose that PERHAPS 1M a way an these years. his debate ......., with Reps Mallory Bone (a Ooldwator much campaigns as Go*
to believe them both capable How do you stand sir' be might abate ta the responslbaiy will be found to nave Russia Even so, the history of the Democrat). "After a great deal of reflection I timely anon Dewey hut he won
and worthy of freedom.. A. D. SANDERS of maintaining and tmprovtaf and France pay tp their presidency Indicates a clear recalled that be did once support a bin establishing Bate the election Just the .......
Contrast that appraisal of SemanticHate.Iaiheling Us society. If this ta peace-keeping deficits and tote trend toward expecting more Star Henerisl Highways. So the crowds or the
men o* a *tH.nopoettag and Indeed a brand of communism In creating an aifangemeat apeechmaktag have ,
responsible being. with theview then rm for It whereby thosu nations wffitag POTOMAC FEVER had no cantoning kftaenco roa&y
very don and cynical taken Fortbormore" If someone defined and able to provide peacekeeping ta many elections though,
.by some of our nations EDITOR. Sun: A recent .le.tee eapttaUsm In term contingents for the By JACK WILSON Cowtoa ,Waohiagtoa ..... there have boon Ones when:
leaden and some of our- writer Mr. John W. that would Justify the murder U. N. to .be able to da ... a candidate who. made.
solvos-wno demand government Hastings, complained that of three Mississippi civil A yew of cooperation might New testa show, that criminals In prison an-stupid. Sure if you just'tost speeches. was able to win,good either
aid and control to nearly the cottage students ta the righto workers, tour note girth enable us to create a panel the one that got caught Bow about those that got elected! with er without
every aspect of our live*. M.stlplppl. Ssnmoe Projectlam ...., School, and other of taternattaaal mediators who" r crowd Be made drawing.
Apparently w* believe that ". ateteaching CIIDI racist crimes then I would could be sent at the direction Sea. Goldwater saya bell rind Goaw Ktsoaaower to Viet Baas after the etoctaoa. > tatpnootoa a very tele reSMrkablo .

we caanot ear for and support 'and either do not bow be opposed M such terminology of the U. N. Secretary Go Or If Ike keepa w tasking.tMaaftty aeeaer. .... Yet. taftefbsj oa snowdowa ..
our children; we cannot Her .art caning It another era! to disturbed .... A about tniM lutes
provide our own Daring: we '..... Mr. Hastings concluded his world health conuEMnlcatiaa Lady BW goes whistle-stopping bat Lynda come back after one day. Daddy of a total of mmjm node out
either. cannot or do. not went (Fes previous experience letter reportedly finding t center to enable en those Investigating figures a bird la the t.ollllia worth,two oa the stump. the difference betwoea victory
to care fat our aging parents: as a CORE field worker I that former Northern sympa- toman disease to and .....

WI eanot ply and our owl have found that many- often thbm ere sow saying" ". J report flndtega for optemdWrataUea New Barry warts aa iineaUiatasoi eX Cat*. There. ** a aaaty roar that K"a The sort veto ta bard et
trass are wean tvcepoatefcenlBgoar alii pevfi .. aaarslim' eouii't erie.... I* badly .. '
plsao er : net fd Balsa .... ."
eon bbd k till t'ldts 1 da ... ant aopefnOy." 1 a* CM be .... away any. Ugon, aai ft. nemeasth. t;

farms er bustaosses with i t enamel MS tat* efforts totajprovevotor hsveat attoaated any road There are many ways President' Joaneoa .la at a disadvantage going after SoutberavoteB.xI. *lgn- pdslcss a.d ogmsrs b I
or tariff protection *.* ,* on ky sooktag to expose the which we m cospate ees day are tofcteg aotMag lori ;
price \ ..mh.. ed tile eM'rlshta biD.;,be quit ..k..... and be baa never shaved, with peanut |i sated. 'Hey ere working
or ... renews! or sad .i..: la semontic bate labeling that a who ..... Out of lid -- I
ether osMdyi wo sweet build II........ audit h a u1. ,makes acme. people more totoknnt artier dedS esa aoiug den butter.' I : hard hioseoulis of how big
and man our own vocational tie Berth ftrMI torn. (Ha- of certain words tea war ....... Stsraty ss doing. .M the crowds an or how fav-
.thel KiI disj Bays ,.whe rte ., apt kh rintit yeara I* Kow York saki r pine .-
octeot to Alactaa County: etc. wen> pohadlkiiidiinagomy > of Moat hknmoalty to hteJAMES to act be caked being socialistic ennuiss I
If we ones hnprovUoot car wtodow and demanded IeIIow .... or soft on CGIIIIIIIala. and the hat 11 fco W......... Sire ...'. prey .f kta..-;; ke puked wp that happen. to bo to their

and kreqoxelbls-incapsble to know whether er not I a HARMELINQ Beeton acceat at hotly few yean -

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Barry's AF 'Promotion9 I

, Of Scranton' QuestionedWASHINGTON ( f2li; { LJl klf't{1l

(AP) The I But an Air Force spokesmansaid
Defense Department top that ta the normal course
I spokesman says a routine officer .r of defense affairs such a report
effectiveness report is the would not constitute a recommendation -
only evidence it can find to support -I for promotion.
I Sen. Barry Goldwater's:.Campaigning Oct. I In War- 4UWnrlI3000T
claim he recommended promotion minster Pa.,Goldwatw said be
in the Air Force Reserve had put In for a promotion for ,
too Gov William W.Scranton of ,
Scranton a year ago. The GOP 1
Pennsylvania 'presidential nominee a reserve
I Asst. Secretary of Defense major general, added that be 4iiIITP
Arthur Sylvester said a thorough and Secretary of Defense Rob-
I search had been mad of ert S. McNamara were "not
all possible places in the Air getting along" and maybe this
II Force where such correspondence -,bad delayed Scranton'i Promotion -
might exist.Scranton's file.does show,:colonel.from major to lieutenant noon to .P.M:

Sylvester Hid, that Goldwater, that ear
as the Pennsylvanian's'com- Sylvester said Scrantw
manding officer hid submitted became a major en June T,lilt.il ,
an officer effectiveness reportfor and would not I fee eligible for .
the period October 1961 *. il consideration by:a promotion M 1.1.MLM
September 19(2 saying Scrantonwas 'board until next June at 1he f !J40 Waldo Road 376.6406 "
qualified for promotion. I'earliest '


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Forester To Meet At Miami Beach '
;PublishingFirm |
Elections Erred
Quote: on Primary;
: Ousts The Florida Chapter, of&the director of the School of,Forestry -'more than COG members and '

Society of American Foresters University of Florida. 150 are expected.. at the Manual In a report of la speech,on "we see Republlcant registering government." counties In the past and the

'Two will bold its fall 'convention lat The second day's program will[ meeting closed primary elections in the I[as'Democrats so they'.might f, She was referring to the one-I fact that local Democratic can by
Officers I have voice In local: of most Florida dldates often are unopposed
a their ,party nature
Miami Beach" Monday and. Tues moderated by Don.Adams, Crane 'ArrIvesWASHINGTON Sun Thul'lda.lfra. William M.Shenkel Republicans Since ,no "cross

'rn'YORK (AP>>) Curtis day. : 4 t [director of Agricultural Development -I president of the I Knights Week I over" voting-Is allowed In primary -

Publishing Co. today placed on, Chapter Chairman George W. Florida' Power and (AP) The Gainesville League of ',Women I'iorior"'Pythian: elections,, Republlcaneand
Inactive status two top officers:Moody of Jacksonville said that Light, Miami. Speakers will !Include -first whooping crane has arrived Voters was quoted as saying Knights of Pythius will, oJ): have Its district meeting Oct. 15| independents are unable to

dispute I merchandising wood products Robert Carter, Instructor at the ,Aransas National["Republicans must register as aerve Pythian,Week throughout at Mount. .Vernon Lodge, Gainesville ,vote for the local candidates In
involved In
a management will be the theme of the two- College of Business University Wildlife Refuge on' the Texas Democrats so they can have a the State during the week of 'primaries..

Clay Blair Jr., editor of day session. of Florida; who will talk on !Gulf coast to apend the winter voice In local government" in oct aDistrict'. ,Glenn A. Edwards, grand I Any registered voter may

the Saturday; Evening Post, and The first day's program will Techniques. of Sales. according to the Fish and Wildlife primary elections' four,.'covering Gaines master,at-arms will be g u e s tspeaker. vote in general elections such

Marvin: D. Kantor, head of.th. be moderated by John L. Gray The Florida Chapter has Service.. 'I. Mrs. Shenkel,actually said,ville1, Ocala and Dunnelion,'win :as next month's election.aws

company's magazine division. : .
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Matthew J. Culligan. Curtis THE HOME OF"NOBLE" 'FOR THE' ''NAME "NOBLE"
president and chairman. Ml .f. i liOpK, (OYR" 1

'. the executive, committee had II. : .. OWN EXCLUSIVE BRAND-YOUR ASSURANCE OF QUALITY)
relieved the men of all duties! BRANDS

,,The two .men were centraltlguree !

to,'sharp .criticism. 1M. a.4tT"700K FOR THESE "NOBLE" ITEMS .

Culllgan's Neither Blair management nor Kantor was WHEN' YOU SHOP WILSON'S 90th .w; '

Immediately.* available for' com- 2 ;; '::1 H% ANNIVERSARY SALE NOW GOING ON. '

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A letter to the board that ,.
became public this week had r
accused Culligan of mismanage

neot,It was signed by Blair )NAN NOBLE" "NAN NOBLE NAN NOBLE" NYLON I
Kantor and 13 ether top editors


PeiNwell .. HIT it the lori and FLANNEL LAVISHLY"LACE TRIMMED .. \,
hnweton OMohiM oyCounty IN bwd N ((100/ACRYLIC: ) }

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I Pnclnct No III Arclur. Tow MIL ; '
Clerk HIM Ve ell.In.PeCera "NOBLEBRANDS" \ ,1 f WEEK 2.79 ::
pr. il.Jtc
Annie' CempNll. J. W. $10. "NOBLEBRANDS" ); : .
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ken.' '
4.c. Ruby = \
W.AMP?, ,laMll Ma/M A 12.99 I,1)) ROBESFilled <
"n. 20% OFF
.ciKi N. lit O.i! vim.- MMN I .
r Anl Inl.".,,,," tullIWiHt Floor '. ; .N With
(ICMt A.nee OredyIMadwa ,. ,_. MAIN D Shop2nd < ; .

oar I ,Loci._,VlrelnIS..... _PIw1 II......M.0 Helen W., .._.D.. 'lmm1I .DmM.n .111'I /., + h Sportswear \. s.. .{-tf.t r; ? REG. 12.E AN mDIMAMO W>

Pr.lntt 141 MNre.l M '
M I tI i N1Ne'len Club '" ....... "NOBLE BRANDS"WEEK10,99
c'ei' TMIme C. TIE-BACK -
I I ';i De.wy. .y*.. 5. Inane...d.N DINtItYI Ky 'II, / "NOBLE QUEEN" "NOBLE ::;:.:;:" "= : '
1 5meV.
I. '.!!?. .... .. Old tcntolIIIM '
.. Ih RotMl lTh OR TAILORED CURTAINS .BRANDS""Noblecraft" '
, t.ulldl" 101- KODEL+ "NAN NOBLE'',

I 1 e.eedM". Wiriorot Will"L.'.M.1NmWr.'_.TVehue..NC,. 20% OFF j4t .Arnel 'Triacetate
(tie Jnlni.Pncincl No. Ui .......111.-01" .caul I Fo 41' p I Jevi

\ ,, c Cob'Inp.5/we,..',, eunlco 11..1 MUMln ...."" .... MyvCope. "NOBLE BR N'DS'' WEEK to. tI'E & Nylon Fleece
f We v.lit":: = :::" ROBES"NOBLE"
I =:::: .: Ann SI ;
Lee V.WnddNn, 'I ..=
Preclnct.... kneel: 11 .._'1110..111.H. ,CURTAINS .,,.,.r,,,,.. WEEK
51111 D. AMa : REG. 9.99Unforie
CNrk ...... P. I -
en.lnM.CIe11 Mary Sllcrl Irene"CIUI'..,...'.. TMIme."'. "yanbe.M Mar 63", SINGLE, .REG. 2.99, dtlO'/tc. 7.99

=l :"O.nara .... It 1'- "NOBLE BRANDS" WEEK 2.39 'ShopFUw
luo..y kNeel .
C4.rkt..._........".WI.Ae.bre"_ D. ,..,,... ..Lyle,. t I''", SINGLE,.REG. 3.29,
M. Will" Sewer N. ermi"*. N .III
5 And'e'I.Palncl No.. 1h Orw III..... War "NOBLE BRANDS" WEEK 2.63 "NOBLECRAFT" '

_CIt.l.._.C","'t..lane r.! Mortrt L.. Douo/III'IY,. tI_ -Oar In.**, .90", SINGLE, REG. 3.49, > '
Neal I. Till"'.... IdlHl ,_. "NOBLE 'BRANDS" WEEK 2.79 SHEETSt
roclKt No. Ml MlfA hurl* City .
H.II .
Clerlt Meals SeNcal S.: '''k..... Meldd C. e '
lM.ecNf.l '
t...". l e... M'""N UIMrlce. MM. TIEBACK, "NOBLE, CRAFT PERCALE
.Amur, CD.rloi 63"SINGLtRe9.4.79.SALt3.t3 TWIN,"FITTED & FLAT,
1 ir
Inayahnl' WIIIII 'u" (It..,." 0.oitoMi. .-., II", SINGLI. Reg. 5.29 SALI 4.23 "NOBLE2BRANDS"'WEEK
... Isle, 101 Dacron'or "
III. Cindy
A"...M. MIDI.PreCIecO .90", SINGLE. Rep. 579 SAL[ 4.63 ( 2.19 ______ -
ft C1mInNN- M..I' __
Foam Rubber __
(r\. ,.Ow.wv CeeronsMep.sleret M. _d,... 11'1.I / ,'++ [1", DOUILI. Reg. 10.99. SALt 1.79 PILLOWS FULL.. FITTED & FLAT, _________________

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..V onfi limit. Illnottti "NOBLE"WEEK
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to". TlIPLI. Reg 16.99. SALI 13.59 '
k J"I... Olton.No. PILLOW CASES/ REC.. 69c ea.
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! (NINe .Lela Ilp.wCyMearer '
I. ......-. $1,10111NK' ,
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! TWIN, REG.- 3.99. .., _
I'I =:MI**.r1 S...lt.MMgeearet IKOWIIIOt" LMlese.dCIO.Se WITH "PRMANAP".TO REDUCE "NOBLE BRANDS" WEEK 2.99 J REC.,2:.09, "NOf U BRANDS" WEEK .. .. e. 1.79

Marl's D. ..... Prangs SHEDDING &; PILLING". 8 COLORS FULL REG. 4.99, .
5SYM Pea H. C... ,_ IlhlaaMNl1 "NO ILl BRANDS" FULL FITTED 6 FLAT, *. .,* ,
WEEK 3.99
P.eCkle5 IS.N.PNenokl.Iii 'h-',... 5,5,5. REC. 4.99 REG.2.29"NOBLE BRAND WHK', 1 ,,, ;
I TWIN, REG. 4.99. ... .e. *.

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Oorl e oo..Onloiioyhtwcltrti _. T. ..... Smrlvfcwot BEDSPREADS.. I .
IIocIIo Plortr MW CotonoMk Molo.LM,ftorax eimor, war HwLioiii 2'' YEAR OVER.THE-COUNTER. t ,l '100% OOTTON'GOI D.IN,12 ..

5.1sS rSIeMMNNl IpaM1Ns L alt ..-1h-4... Fe' EXCHANGE GUARANTEE + I SOLID COMBS TWiN aL t .

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J I Pentecostal Church Gets ,New Pastor ._I'r>' /I'St.' Patrick's Men's Group Holds Meet. Wife, Held 'V

ijf Jlev. V. W. Callahan has asumeJ -I for 22 yean hi North Carolina the former Orpah few of Clinton Examining Board of the Florida -St. Patrick Holy Name Society Jean-Marie Pageau, gave an men as "Fishers of Men. A ,In Flaming '
the pastorate of the tint for eight) yeah in Waycross.Ca. N,c.. and they have three 'Conference of the Pentecostal held Its second meeting of Imaginative presentation to the I discussion followed the pane '

enity .Pentecostal Holiness ..and for three years la Jack- sons. LL Norman'Callahan .Is : Holiness Church and Associate the yew last Tuesday eveningat i group on the role of Catholic presentation Refreshments Car DeathSAN
hurcll the Parish Hall. Twenty five were served after the meetln I.
replacing Rev, Hubert sonville. He is a graduate of with the Air Force In Indianapolis Editor of the -Florida' I '
:flit.J who I members of DM Society and All men of the parish are invited ,BERNARDINO. Calif.
has been *
assigned Atlantic Christian In Melton senior '
College is Conference News.
a at the their in Miller
guests participated a to Join the Society in receiving (AP) Dr. Gordon E. a
y the Florida Conference to Wilson N. C., and Holmes Bible Uf, and Dan Is a Junior at Lee At present the congregation of program unusual for the local The state of Nebraska derives corporate communion In dentist is dead, burned to death
ort SL Joe College In.Greenville,i l High Schoollll Jacksonville the University Pentecostal Holiness Society. A panel of Catholic its name from an Otoe Indian a group today at the 9 I.m. in his biasing car. His:wife..
Prior to his s. c. church la worshipping In men, all past presidents of the word, Ne-brath.ka, mean I lag Mass. Communion Intention I for Lucille, M.a slim darkhairedmother
present assignjent In addition to pestering Rev The:Odd Fellows Temple, 720 Society and beaded by Clyde "shallow water" and referring this month Is 'The Conversionof of three Is to Jail,
Rev; Callahan pastored Rev. Callahan Is married to Callahan Is chairman of the SHT Second Ave: j, I Pierce and monitored by Father to the Platte River I Russia." booked for Investigation mur.

!. IT'S SALE WITH SPECIAL ,der.Detectives erIn a calm:isy that quiet Mrs.unemotional MB- 1

SpHvANNIVERSARY vole decHnef to discuss
II / Mf I the answers to these questions -

l 11 liUO' EMPHASIS! ON THESE "NOBLE BRANDS"; S E'': IDIrf ) out Why What? : couldn't caused the her fin husband get I

Why was there an empty

W;(, 'f. 4BRANDS" '"NAN ,NpdLE"SEAMLESS "NANCY NOBLE" ;7-14, car gasoline? can in' the back of the

't! ; : Why did it take from 12:Mam
:; the started
STRETCH SLACKS when fire -
'r "'lll" i ,. "c r' i nf until 1:43 a m. to reach a borne
N B \ 6 :. : \ I IN RED, ROYAL & BLACK a for half help mile? away, to telephone.

a NYLONS Dr. MJJle'. 39, died early
WAND Wednesday In the right front
YOUR FAVOR- seat of his leased small car.
r \ BRANDS" WEEK 4.50 r.
f ITE IN! THEIR When Highway Patrol officer
WI/AT'tttEY PRICE RANGE reached the residence from
which Mrs. Miller had' telephoned
TO YOU! ?_ c.\ NOW.FOR YEARS DURING; "NANCY NOBLE" her attorney was already -

The'eVtjf, increasing number of "NOBLE. P 4 KNIT PANTIESWITH authorities then.to Together the sUU-blailng they led


throughout WILSON'S ore'more Y WEEK, WHITE OR PASTEL PRINT, At the scene officers said
& than just labels. They are the w. EVEN k; SIZES 3 TO 14 Mrs. Miller told them this I

l Sj rest of careful study I and con-' ._. LOWER! V REG. 49c story She and her husband were

f stpntt research'and..testlng; SALE 3/1.00 driving Ixmu from an all-night
mode, by I its along with'our, New market when three miles from
.York buying office and over 100 their home the car bunt Into
f flames and swerved to the side
(?thr I.1 nationwide', deportment .
'. f' b N NOBLE"'sEAMLESS "NANCY NOBLE" of the road -
1 ''. I She said ahe had Jumped out

I '. : ;\: 'y e s+, 100 stores, thruout r BULKY ORLON i '1' 'of get the her driver husband seat out but because couldn't he

t "' .!: Am" icq buy together, therefore was unconscious and his door
, J 'tz:. they ,at lower prices. The few /1 a CARDIGAN was locked She walked to a
Ii sult! to u is top quality at lower NYLON HOSIERYIn house to Ilk for help.
co Detective Jones,
Cant. Floyd
Pflces'l '_ Attractive Shades, SWEATERSSIZE of the San Bernardino County

.Vat'ri.'you see the, "NOBLE"-' iBOYS' Sizes 8'/2 11 Vd sheriff's office said: "Thecoro-
7-14 ner reports no Injuries were
nqmaq product at
any REG. 1.00 PRe"NOBLE apparently suffered/ by Dr. MIl-
I you see our guarantee of good IN RED, ROYAL OR KELLY GREEN ler before the fire and that he

I, f + quality and excellent value. BRANDS" WEEK REG. 4.99"Noble was alive when the fire started
= There wis no evidence of any
We urge you to shop and compare kind of
20 a collision\ or accident
I i. ,these NOBLE BRANDS ate % OFFSAVE Brands" Week 3.99 "The car'a gas tank wan not

'I : WILSON'S your home-owned f. roc ON A BOX OF 31! .' '. ruptured, and wo believe the
and horn.-operoted department fire was caused by some other
Hosiery Stop"rL0011
i source of combustion. A can of
:"NANCY NOBLE"'STITCHPLEAT the type used for gasoline was
tw found In the back of the car,
Oitt IlmptY. the cap off
"WEB NOBLE" e believe It contained iasoIne -

t f' COTTONRAYONio v' SS. 1 I 1.We. Mrs
f'I ,. SKIRTS are holding Miller
8 TO 18 :sand we believe we will be able
to present enough evidence of
t n 7 "Buck Noble"Long *' FOOTW BLANKET ,..RED, ROYAL & KELLY GREEN l uroof to the District Attorney

SLEEPERS 100% WOOL, SIZES 7-14 .. Tuesday, to get a complaintdharglnf
,SleevedDress murder."
SIZES' M-L'& XL REGULARLY,*" JUcorda staved that Din r
Shirts FITS I,TO S YEARS > \ littler had filed to*for divorce
"Noble ji 8# rrds'' Week 4.50 /fhnt her husband. JIll Ju/y/ '
& Long Sleeved r charging extreme cruelty, and
BRANDS"WEEK FLOOR although they apparently neonUed -
Shirts Girl's 'Shp-STIlIT afterward the cast was
h Sport 2.99 not removed from the books and

REG. 1.99 II still pending!


I Free Germans?


"WEE NOBLI"GAUZE ,,,,, Weal Germany was keeping hi z
WEEK 1.69 .SPREAD, TAB OR Own counsel Saturday pa wnethr
'.::J; DIAPERS ,. auze BUTTON.DOWN James B. Donovan, the
;'Reg. 2.99. .. -'- w. i SIZES M-17' from Communist Jails In

BOYS' "BUCK NOBLr '"N9M.I $BRANDS" e RIG. 3.00 Cast Germany.
r ORLON ACRYLIC/NYLON Karl Oaeotner von Ha...
WHK2J9DOZ.- '\: t "NOBLE BRANDS" press chief to chancellor Ludwtgrhard.
\ said Friday the test
WRG e1DY,NAVY OLIVE&MOWN comment bo could make about
REG..79c "WIE NOBLE" RECEIVING BLANKETS WEEK the present deal was: "fUmce
(Reg 0 Large Size) le golden.
pr.hy" 26"34". Reg. 211 1.00 SALE 288c'30"z40" IL 2.39MIN'S

mlfTfLOOIl Reg 2/1.75 _L...... r .-.-. .
I' .d........- "NOBLI BRANDS" WEEK 2/1.31 1/ I
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\ "IUcK I : :NOjU"Ii '''
; "WEE NOBLE" -'- .' 1It L7k/LK
2-i} Ecr' 6
: v 1.00 Broadcloth Pajamas
J SA .E-:- ;PRINTS, REG 1.19SALI9 118. J.2S '

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IIIIFSI Reg. 39c-l.99
.kAm.I.I'," > "NOBLE BRANDS" WEEK47"N J.\ \ .. r + 1 1GGIIBIs
..:. J. "CRAIG.NOiL. -
I R., \ 'i_ .2* TO 1.59 '.-,- .
WEEK 31.15 -

I j 2 PIECE''BRUSHED ,,7\. I
'\ White &Colon, Reg lOOPr, ,


,r REG. 245 Craig! Noble" ''Underwear

RED wrrH STRIPED SLIM 1,77 Reg 79c '.. "NOBLT WEEK 'Jc, J/I.I9
li tee lie Menses ew .uI.r

WONT CLOSURE IAN Rg. 59e .. i-.... -NOBLE" WEEK 47KNIT'COTTON < ......el..tIN... ....II.. 17.. .....
II. M n.rae wM
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l fi." .. Reg. 3.99NOBLr a .N6MJ MANDST WRit 63<, 31'.89y 'use_. as....
11. WEEK 2.99 i ., 51.I;
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: SA Geln.rvitl. Sun Sunday._"' 11. 1964

J Police; Fire Report .
JBUSJNES MARKET Accident RMindap | Norman J. Cloud, IndiatlantFla.
Involved In accident re- and Joseph R. Quinn; 81
III ported by the Gainesville Police NW 40th Ave., at 1255: p.m
REVIEW Department and the Alachua Saturday at NW 13th St an
County Sheriffs Office duringthe 16th Ave
,. _
L.k elan
past 31 hours were: Leslie Grizzard II,
and John M. Galbraith III, 51
Victor: K. Moore, Rt. 1 and
a parked car, at 4:12 a.m. Saturday NW 35th Ter., at 1220: p.m

The Credit: Two Schools of Thought s } r Ave at NW 13th St and 5th Saturday and Stadium at W.Road.University Ave.

I' Bonnie J. Creaser, 2618 Nt
Edward D. Schmidt, 2817 NE
Union AService 11th St. and David R. Bronso
: 11th Ter. (single car), at 11:OS
400 NE 10th St., at 12:16 a m
On Current Market Boom p.m. Friday at E. UniversityAve. Saturday on State Road 20 east
and 22nd St.,
:t of the Gainesville city .
1 Richard D.. Cbesire, Rt3 DWI
By THOMAS E.MULLANEYFinancial ing might also wield major Influence will TO be focused on evidence of and Mary E. Knowles .210 T Robert T. Clelland Jr.'1247
They don't wear diamond tiepins Editor on the course of the how strong the economy .Js. FlAY. m, at 121 p.m. Friday W. University Ave., was arrested
nor confer around mahogany New f urlt ffltmf economy. I'even If that strength proves to at W. University Ave.'and 13th by Gainesville police at 4:30
tables sitting In plush leather NEW YORK U'the stock In the closing quarter of prosperous be the last gasp of a dying SL a.m. Saturday and charged with
chairs like financiers 1964, however attention giant' Preston Cowvlns, (16 SE 5th while intoxicated
market is barometer that driving
Even though they operate in a '., Ave. and Harland H. Ehlers, Levy Ross, Waldo-Was' arrested
modest, usually cramped offices forecasts business activity .six NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES OCT. 9, University Station, at 5:47 Friday by Gainesville police at
whereever they can find space,, or more months ahead ;.. as >M Mm 'Itt TIM In the unit block of NW 8th 10:30: p.m. Friday and charged

credit union managers are Wall Street experts maintain H"h" Low Close Het ChJ. Ave. with driving while Intoxicated
bankers in their own rights. traders and Investors are 2S Rails 147.47 145.97 147.00 Charles D. Akes, Hume Hall Victor K. Moore, Rt 1, was
Thursday night at 7:30: when I 25 Induitrloli VP 74 and Edward L Cobbs, 1904 W. Gainesville police
anticipating economic. expansion 897.53 SSS.3I .9Z... V, l.<5 arrested by
more than 75 credit union executives 50 Stocks 522.52 University Ave., at 3:58 p.m. and
well into 1963. I 517.15 519.94 Up 1.10MARKET at 4:12 ant. Saturday
Friday in the 1200 block of W.
from the surroundingarea charged with driving while Intoxicated -
After Its summer surge the
University Ave.
gather at the UniversityInn ,
to observe International market was Velma S. Weil,'2323 NW 46th _
will be ripe In recent St. and Roberts Better (29 SW rlH.'
Credit Day,
representing organizations In Week weeks for a sizable FLASHES 5th Ave., at 2:M pjn.Friday at At240pirt.FrWay: an oven
north central Florida with 12- correction, DedicationDr. W. University Ave. and 16th St. fire at 736 NW M St.
but none came PhIl C. McDllda, Newb err y 'At 9:M p.m. Friday, an electrical
totaling -
', 000 members and assets Business It remained: NEW YORK (AP-The stock;to record peaks of the Industrial Glenn Seaborn (left) Nobel Prize winner and and Robert W. Stephenson, 1939 short at 12t/$E 1st St.
than $6
market last week
more from fun da mentally returned to average.In I Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, and SE 10th Ave., at 11:40: a.m. Friday At 1118 p.m. Friday, an electrical
Six organizations sound and the winning:> column, makingnew ; addition to the news about Dr. George K. Davis, Director of Nuclear Sciences at S. Main St. and 1st Ave. short at 812 $W 36th Ter.
Gainesville will be representedat seemed to be record highs' In the popular CM and rails there was a 2H- -
at the University of Florida examine the Van do
the festivities to hear a talk gathering strength for a new averages cents-per-pound boost In the export Gruff Instrumentation Room, of the University's I End Near in UAW;'Strike, J.
by State Rep. Ralph Turlington ascent The list got the original impetus price of copper by the goy Nuclear Sciences .
new Building prior to dedication
Credit unions are organizations tend to for Its advance from )l0D'day' of ,
economists eminent
agree I Chile. This
prompted ceremonies of the 12.2 million structure Saturday. DETROIT (AP) A sudden With the walkout now in its
of people saving togetherand with the financial community's news that Central Motors a the
rally by stocks.
copper In local week local-level negotiators
Story on Page 1. surge : plant settlements third ,
tending to each other at a optimistic assessment of the had arrived at a tentative Gains In steel production and
kindled meet In.week
hope Saturday for to
of Interest, for good outlook agreement with the United an planned -
low rate near term business Auto I auto sales were other encourage
early end to a nationwide strike end sessions m' efforts to resolve -
I purposes, says Oscar Servln I but doubts are beginning to appear Workers on economic: matters. ing Items behind the.action en by the United Auto Workers al-the-planl demands
president of the North Central about the longevity of the CM stock climbed to a .new the New York Stock Exchange Union against General Motors. around the nation.
Area Credit Union Chapter. current boom. peak and big three auto shares I The Dow Jones Industrial average
"We are non profit associations Some analysts see danger In were the heaviest-traded Issueson rose S.4S to Its latest record business brie -
that make loans availableto the economic upsurge that Is the week's first session as I closing high of 1'11.01.
members in a hurry' and now taking shape In investment the market staged a sharp ad .The Associated Press average WriteinCandidate
., without charging exorbitant Interest inventory buildup, labor vance. of 80 stocks advanced 31 to II
rates," he said shortages, consumer demand.It Realization sank In only gradually 329.2, also a record closing :
Servln, who until this 'year may, they say, represent the 'that many local Issues high. I
taught school at Howard Bishop last stage of the current cycle remained to be! settled beforethe The week's volume was 25,1(3, NEWMARKETMr. He said even large chaina'are I
Junior High, Is also manager of Thus has emerged two strike, which has idled 280,. TOO shares compared with 23- and Mrs. R. H. (Hal) De- reviving the old ,fashioned M'( Wakefield))
the 7,700 member Alachua distinct schools of thought on 000 GM workers, could cone to 459045 the previous week. Loach this week opened an "old- meat market, to serve aged and
County Teachers Credit Union. the economic: :outlook-one that an actual end. Of 1,528 Issues traded during fashioned meet market" at cut toorder meats, alongwith
"We're not here for profit but predicts: economy may be On Thursday, rails came to the week. 868 rose and 481 fell 3448 W. University Ave., following regular self service counters for'Supervisor
for service," Servin said. "We opplng tint and another t h at the rescue of the stock list, rallying Bond prices churned a narrow the success of a similar! Trar W.ka.t.
make loans available at. low looks for continued' climb strongly on news that leg range during the week, reflecting market that they have been operating of' Registration of
Interest rates through savings Those inclined: to the more islation bad been proposed Invester caution about a' in Ocala during, the WINS DRAWING ,
from our members." bullish View are Influenced by which would free them from possible change In US. money I past year.Only Alachua County.
W..Xammerer 801 N. W.
For a 25,. cent membershipfee the belief that greatly Increased regulation of freight r.tea.Leader.hlp !policy. meat is sold, said De- \
consumer spending of. tax 36th St., was the winner of the MtcHt' r..r wtfut ..4 win-In' vtte,
by rails continued Volume for the Loach
credit: union members may week on the who believes the trendto
borrow up to 8750 on unsecunt savings Is Imminent. The added on Friday when the Dow Jones New York Stock Exchange bond consumer purchases 'of'precut Sears Roebuck Co. Mo Ped Motor ELECTION NOVEMBER 3, 964
loans and pay back at Intern stimulative effect of such spendng rail averages topped Its historic market was > $42378 million, and packaged meats has Bike drawing for September (
.\ rates ranging lees than one percent the seemingly will coincide bus with closing high of last July down slightly from the previous gone full circle from its intro- according: to Carl Holt, ad Fledges Honesty, Accuracy' Dignity
'a on the unpaid balance. ness big spending push developing for plants and 14, thus "confirming" the rise week's "3.1' million. duction 20 years ago. manager of the store.
4 ,
i. Automobile kens are available equipment and for Inventory
at Interest rates averig .Central bankers have been I
ing I per cent, Servin said. watching: this trend and the Inflationary
I.. Members reap Interests on attitude that spread '45N4 W4
I savings at the rate of (H percent widely as an aftermath of the k's 1
generous automotive cont r a e t { .Y
Largest local organisation Is tettlement Lately they began
the Campus Credit Union at the to worry publicly and now
University of Florida with assets seem to be bent on dampening '
asjmr8XmHlloir8miB'est \! Inflation psychology. \ y If you're seeking
II Is tile Retort Credit Unionat Last week the New York Federal
Cabot Carbon with assets of Reserve Bank published a

$13,000 speech by its president, Alfred "blue chip" that's ,
In between are the Alachua Hayes, that seemed to argue for ,
Teachers, Sperry, City Em a "tighter money" policy.He .
f ployes, Farm Bureau, Colony I also noted that a "lesser both profitable and _
(Sunland), and AUchua Central degree of monetary ease can,
Hospital at any time, make a contribu-

i Credit unions may be chartered tion to the balance: of payments insured .
,'r by the state or federal t
government and art subject to I A day later,' however, Under I : .
government examination. Secretary of the Treasury Rob-
ert V. Roosa warned a gainst record
According: to Servin, It was our
any rigid notion that higher F
the credit unions, I European
Interest rates atone could bring
movement 100 years ago, that '
t pioneered small loans to Indi the country's Into balance.International payments of consecutive
viduals. The banks followed
The picture, of course: could
I be changed considerably by any '
there dividends
Today are 21,500 credit
\ numbers of circumstances: Political
unions in the United States with
developments could: alter
II million members, Any
group things drastically: so could a .i'
with a common bond of asso-[changed atmosphere m the International ;
claton, such as employm nt, situation. A tighter !
church or club can form a union credit policy, new tax reductions When you Invest your money with First ,}.

but there should be 100 or a big inventory build-up Federal there are never any brokerage fees er ins.
more people In the group. or massive government spend- h
commissions. never any worry about fluctuation :

in value or the safety of your funds. Your
Sun Oil Finds
II investment guaranteed safe by a.Federal

; Major Well in Florida agency. Your funds earn a much higher return '

than paid by many of the better-known stocks ,

1 FORT MYERS (AP-Aa) oil 'tlnue operations to develop and and are always readily available >
reservoir-possibly the second: .explore the magnitude el tt." t
major oil field In Florida-has Sun's discovery Is M' miles If you don't need:your dividends in cash,your t t
been discovered Mar Feldi by north of Florida's only. producing k ka
the Sun Oil Co. oil field tilt Sunallaad ta earnings are compounded' automatically. And

I The company announced Its Collier County. The company yon can save at either office*'Park free 01" use
first well In the Ftlda field, has 108,518 acres under lease to
called Red Cattle No. 2, Is producing the Felda area, In Hendry coun First Federal's free save by'maf plan. o -

j I 111 barrels of crude oil ty.Hill For the bluest of "chips," look'to Gainesville's '
per day without pumping'or : said drilling will begin
1 chemical stimulation next week on Sun's second: well largest association. Visit us now. k'y t
i s j Tom F. Hill, Sun's southwest one and a quarter miles southeast -
division production manager, of Red Cattle No. 1 The
}, said Friday the weD was com- new well will bo Just Inside the
1 merclally feasible, termed It Collier County line. First.Federal
h>; Sun's first real find In U yearsof I Red Cattle Mo. S was completed '
(' drilling In Florida, and added at a depth of 11,_ feet '
: In July and capped while Sun L'' .
!. "We think we have s commercial representatives acquired leases savings 4 loan association k .

I field and we plan to con. 'In Hendry and Cotlier counties: F- 1 of GtinsjsjfiUtMIMUbratUtUYMOS) ,

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par- Student to Fill

Faith Baptist

Guest speaker today at Faith R.ly on Royt-Orr for your advertising end public relations planning. A full-time recognized .
Independent Baptist Church, agency. Royt-Orr Advertising II l designed to handle competently and professionally all
NW 31st Ave. at Seventh Ter.. details of your image-building or tales programs.
I IL IReign's will be Aubrey Malphurs.Jr., SpecMlislnsj' In .
substituting for pastor Mack
Richardson.He Advertising' Creative eitPllbllcetioite Direct rneflPeckege
will speak at the 11 a.m. Public relations design
worship service.
Malphurs, a CHS graduate,Is
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the ministry,and plans to attend
Brown-haired, brown eyed Florida Baptist College to further -- EJEaa.a : :
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pane Beech, a beauty who conducts an adult Bible
also b a Dren's List student class study on Saturday nights
and active in many eenpos and on Friday nights a Bible tiriaz: :
organization, became Homecoming study for University atudeita at
Queen el FloridaState 113 NW 11th St Richer C (Kip) Orr
University Saturday. A He Is a member of Faith In. Ire Alton (Alt Keye
senior, ihe's eg elementary dependent and has been nominated .
education major who pleas. to a deacon for the coming
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: \Opens 61st Year

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this largest federated club In the state aided by Mrs William T. Arnert, -1
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.21 Gainesville Sun Sunday, October II, 1964 ,

II. : Love Is the Best Medicine; = : m .fM m Bridal Shower I

Honors 'Mrs. Marks
N 1 A wise physician sald1h;; been practicing medicine :

: for 30 years, and I have prescribed many things. But THE AMERICAN WAY Charles Evans Mlzcll 1 II the name chosen by 'Mr. awl of the
: in the long run I have learned that for most of what alb Mrs. B. F. Mizell Jr. of Starke 'formerly of Gainesville, Ai a post wedding courtesy friends and neighbor
Id : the human creature, the best medicine la love.". for their son born October 4 In Alachua General HospitalMrs. fcr Mrs. Glenn R. Marks, honoree.
"What if it doesn't work?" I asked. OF LOVE Mizell Jr. 1 Is the former Mil Kay Kitchens, daughter Mrs. Frank Tuttle and her
M "Double the dose,"he replied. Howard Whitman of Mr. and Mrs. John KllchtDi.. Mr. Mizell la the..son daughter, Mrs. William B. Golden AgeClubOfficers
In my visits to Institutions throughout the country which of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mlzell Sr. Weaver, entertained with a
deal with sick humans, I have seen love used as medicine "Okay with you. yeahl"! Charlie rasped "Except that miscellaneous shower early
many times. The most striking case was at the Menntnger you're going to lock: my boots up!" Mr. and Mr. L. J. Thomas Jr. announce the birth of to the week at the latter's'
hospital, In Topeka Kansas. Then I found that In the treat. "Oh no, we don't lock anything up at our cottage." a son, whom they have named Lee- David Thomas, on September ,home., New officers of the Golden
ment of mental Illness, one of the standard prescriptionswas "You mean you leave the closets open?" 25.The Mrs. Marks was Miss Marsha Age Club, sponsored by the
"Love Unsolicited." "Sure-the supply closed too." baby is the paternal grandchild of Mr. and Mr*. recent Gainesville Recreation Department -
before her
This actually appeared on the physicians' order sheets, "Boy, are you dopey!" Leo J. Thomas Sr. and the maternal grandson of Dr. .and. Capo. were Installed last
and was entered on the patient'a record so that everyone of marriage.The
Wee a Medal Mrs. Edwin L. ate Pittsburgh., the week during a ceremony con-
::. who dealt with that patient nurses, attendant, recreational "Perhaps." the Coach .i, 5 S hostesses presented
said Daane
softly. "By the here are Miss Beth ,
way Mrs. ducted by
and occupational therapists craft Instructors would and Mr 0. Lee aerio" announce the 'birth;of a bride and her mother,
my car keys 1 wonder if you'd bold on to them for me. Mr. Regional Librarian.
:::. know that attitude of "love unsolicited" toward M. T. Capo, with corsages Santa Fe
an patient I've got a hole In my pocket. The Coach turned back to daughter on September 2 at Alachua General Hospital.The Edward Schmidt was Installed
n I was medicine which the doctor ordered. the cottage. "Come 'In anytime you want to, Charlie. Din- baby, who has been named Helen Bless Gerdea, of white carnations. !Mrs. Thel-
i i This meant that patients with certain kinds of emotional ner's In an hour." Is the paternal granddaughter of Mrs. 0. L. Gordon ef Pyracantha and white ,.
disorders were shown a special attitude of love whether Six months later 1 checked back on the Incorrigible boy. Charleston, S. C., and the maternal grandchild of Mr. aid gold chrysanthemums were ma Ball, vice president;
they earned It or not. He had received a good deal of love by then. And had Mrs. Earle M. Wlghtmaa of Coral Cables. used In decoration of the serving Mrs. and Wilbur Mrs. Florence Syn-
Unwanted CUM ,
given out some, too. On his sweater was a medal he had table.Guests
A Mr. C. had been an unwanted child, rejected by friends, won-for good citizenship.The were limited toll der treasurer. 1 1I
unpopular with girls. H. had grown up u a lone wolf unable reciprocal: nature of love la one of its prime Medical Guild I I
to make warm, human attachments with He
anyone. qualities. The more you give, the more you get Love Is
1 lived In a world without love. He came to the hospital at like an echo. Not.this them In the lines of Edwin Mark- At
age 35,diagnosed"schixophrenic." ham:
What had happened? The real world was 10 cold and "There la a restiny Schedules MusicaleUniversity
barren that Mr. C. simply resigned from It. At the hospital that make us brothers
11, be closeted himself In his room and refused to budge. H. None goes Ms way alone, 'iW
I wouldn't venture outside. He had created I deluatonal worldof All that is aent Medical Guild Medical Guild member ai
nil own. Into the lives of other win entertain the University Children participating will *
The doctors prescribed "love unsolicited" for Mr. C. because Comes back Into our own." Medical Dame at a meetingon be Vicki Schmidt daughter of .
they knew that In his detached world be would be Commenting on these lines, some friend of mine wroteon Wednesday at I p.m. at Dr. and Mr*. Richard P. ...
unable to out love himself and would receive the home of Mrs. Ernest B. Schmidt Lane
give so none a New Year' card, "The love 'that make us brother : Coddtagton, r-
In return. This was the downward spiral which had to be has the magic qualities of radar. It hits the mark then Wright 101I of Dr. and Mrs. Dean
reversed. And ao he had to be given love without soliciting enriched, wing Its way back to the lender." Coddlngton; Trippy, Pamela
It. Mrs. Vincent Hanger wIn I and Ann Coggina, children of I
Doctors and nurses would call on him with free fiowing Right. Outlook present a musical program Dr. and Mr*. Wilbur Cogglns;
attitude of warmth and affection. They'd play checkers This notion of reciprocation could give us whole new singing selections from the Bill David and Beth Barnard, i
with him. They'd say, "How well you look, Mr. C." and "It way of looking at things. When we meet an acquaintanceon Rodgers and Hammers It I It children of Dr. and Mrs. Hop
certainly Is a pleasure to visit with you." the street h .la not uncommon to say, "How Is the musical "The Sound of Music George Barnard, and Ray Ellen
Begat to Give Out world treating you?" Now why not change the greeting: ," Joined by children of Pryatowsky. daughter of down!
When enough love had been poured In to fill the void, "How are you treating the world?" Dr. and Mr*. Harry Prystow- right
I Mr. C. limply got up one morning and walked out to the There wu' more than a glimmer of Insight In the big sky.
rock garden. The love of those around him had made the sign which a service station operator displayed In frontof Dortch-Horne see our new collection of
I real world seem not quite ao.horrible after all. He began his establishment In great big !letters- chit madat Mrs. Joseph W. Shandi will
to recover. nobody." be hostess for the meeting.TfP'i. HALLMARK.CHRISTMAS .
( The real Indication of his recovery wu that Mr. C. beganto Can you think of a better outlook on life? Nuptials Read
give out a little bit of love himself. He took Interest In The Lebanese poet, Kahili Gibran, wrote, "When you
other people. He began to ask the doctor: about their (ami-. love you should say 'God I Is In my heart,' but rather 'I am Announcement 1 II mad today CARDSNow :
lies and made an ashtray the craft shop for one of the attendants. to the heart of God. of the marriage of Ml** ,
He had caught hold of the lifeline which connects Glbdan'i biographer Mikhail Nalmy, commented on these Linda Horn and David B.
'" people to people. lines: Dortch which took place l FREE
Dr. Karl Menntoger summed up the UN of tore ai medicine How can one who I II In the heart of God feel any FOR WHY KITCHIN Imprinting
barrier between himself and at Nuhunta Ga. September Unto** F.ue.t Cemmriaae
in theee words: any other man? Would he
"If we can love: This. la the touchstone. This should be the not feel all men dwelling In himself and himself dwelt 12.

key to the entire therapeutic program of the modern psychiatric log in every man? Can one so unified with an creation Mrs. Dortch Is the daughter Saves You 95c Box
hospitaL It should dominate the behavior of Its staff ever say '1 have given so much to my neighbor, or of the late Mrs. per ,
from director to gardener. To our patient who cannot love, have taken so much from my neighbor'? Does be not become Hurley
J we must lay by our actions that we do love him." a taker when giving, and, a giver when taking?" Horn 0 f Ktogsland. Mr.
At a school for problem children near New York I saw I doubt If the reciprocal nature of love ha* ever Dortch I II the ion of Mr. and I
love used u medicine to quite another way. A new boy been more beautifully expressed Mrs. B. P. Dortch of Waldo. CHESNUT OFFICE
Charlie age 15, arrived at the school with advance billing by Deeta't Ru Oat
the children1 court ai Incorrigible. He had stolen money Children sometimes say, "I love you a hundred bush- The newlywed are making
t from bli parent his language was foul his behavior bl- els.. Though adult may not use the tame word, they their home In Gainesville, EQUIPMENT CO. INC.
A urn and destructive. ,often share the same Idea that love Is a supply we haveon where Mr. Dortch 1 II employedby SHOCKLEY ,
FrieaoTyTeM hand-eo many bushels worth. And If dole out nuMiiHo. INCSIS
we Associated Finance Com It. 11rk NMPIMM .
The "Coach," or house father, at the cottage where Charlie .n our bushels we will have none left. IT2-040S
0 r waa assigned did not agree that this. boy or any boy- But love Isn't like that It I II not a matter of a finite pan,.
was incorrigible. He took Charlie for a stroll along the supply. Dr. Frank Crane wrote In an eassy on love:
llden and elm-treed avenue between the rows of cottages. "Give it away throw it away, splash It over, empty your
The boy began swearing pocket, shake the basket, I turn .the glass upside down, SOUTH SIDE Of SQUARE
"Some people may like dirty language, Charlie.It said the and tomorrow you shall have more than ever." DOWNTOWN rf x
I Coach. "But I don't. Would you do me a favor?" For love la not a supply, but an ability. Cultivate the KNIT ;
Charlie, surprised at the friendliness of the Coach's lone, ability and love la unlimited, aa when a person has ,
i flushed a little and went silent Then he tried another tack. learned to'compose beautiful music he need not worry
"I bought some riding boots down here and I'm going to wear about his supply of note. Pajamas
them to dinner, see I" I speak of love a* medicine. It I* the elixir of Inner peace.
"Sure," said the Coach. "That's okay with me. But I The Individual who has achieved the ability to love needs no
( Imagine the other fellows may laugh at you." psychiatrist His peace of mind comes to him upon the re- t g $30070
turning ripples of hit own tranquility. He la Invulnerable to $3.98Here's
'American the hurts of the world because he I Is without armor. H* t
Way of Love'Available dwells, a* Gibran wrote, "In the heart of God."

; in Booklet Take Strength
Form "Leave hate to those who are too weak to love, wrote novelist
Michel del Castillo. ;
In response to many requests from reader for The Amer For loving takes strength, a* faith does. It hi the
I lean Way of Love by Howard Whitman In permanent form strength we need In our time more than muscle or the
the entire aeries has been reprinted In aa attractive 41 hardware of destruction.: Some people learned this after
page booklet. the white flash of fission! over Hiroahtaw to IMS. Pitt-
t able survivors, reestablishing themselves In huts on a hillside -
These revealing helpful articles were written expressly erected a sign which said In Japanese, "Love thy
for newspaper publication and are not available n other neighbor."
t any These are"It" M fit I'boy are concerned,end me
form. The booklets can be obtained only through I remember a I "'
your met at Massachusetts Gen neck and an4 hi
newspaper.Use eral hospital, James H. Burns, who In speaking of the
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the coupon below to order u many copies ai you world shall and be able Its people to mobilise aald, "The love."future hinges on whetherwe Mill :=?era."M ( ore*.*..
wish. The booklets sell for 10 cents each should addIS Psychiatrist William C.
you Mennlnger, In a talk In Oklahoma adjusting far porleetfM. SIZES 2 TQ Jl
booklet City, commented, "In-
cents per If you wish tint clan mall and special !
handling dividual capacity to love la the hope of the world."
This, then, I Is why I have written of the American
If you want copies sent to friends or relatives, limply list Way of Love For Indeed. love, which has been called TomSiNw'1vR'
their names and addresses on a separate sheet God, determines the course of human history far more 2 .
then anything which make the front page. It also determine asr wsa. row nez..era
the course of Individual happiness, Including your

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, Dance-Driggers. Nuptials Read I I ENGAGEMENTS MMlsi


., presto. of relative and Shepard-Pisano
members of the family, the .

wedding of Miss Shirley Ruth r.. '' Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Highlands Pro a b y t u In
Driggers daughter of Mr. and ...1' .l. ".. October U Church.
Mrs. Robert Miscellaneous wqM Shepard announce the en-
Aaron shower
Drlggers complimenting -
and \ gagement of their daughter, Miss Shepard was graduated
Clifford Ferns Dance Jr., f Mrs. Glenn Roberta from Gainesville High
5 son of Dr. and Mrs. Clifford ",..; :',' Marks, formerly Miss Miss Margaret A. Shepard School and Manatee Junior
Ferns Dance took place October to Russell L. Pisano Jr.,
S at the home .. Marcia Capo I p.m., Mrs. College School of Nursing.
of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mr. Pisano graduated from
bride's In Lake ...i' John F. Hill and Mrs. Ira J.
parents But- I'.h : tr- L. Pisano Sr.. Gainesville High School and
Carter at the letter's home,
ler.Dr. The wedding will be an has served four years with
Dance father r 1153 NW 4th .
of the Place.Miscellaneous event of December 12 at the the US. Marines.
bridegroom, officiated for the shower for
double ring ceremony. Mrs. Miss Judith Beasley. bride-
Mildred Riven provided wedding t elect of Grover Ford of Jacksonville is-Wade I

music. Mrs. Walter R. Lee
The vows were exchanged Jr. and Mrs. Carl Saltzmanat Miss Margaret Anne Mr. and Mrs. Brlnce T. TU- The bride-elect was graduated

before an improvised altar, the former's home 328 HanghloaMiss lis announce the engagementof from Gainesville High 1 Reberte Jesus l'
arranged In the living room Southwest Fortieth Terrace. School. She Is a member of
before the fireplace, which WEDNESDAY, October 14 their daughter, Miss Roberta Methodist Youth Fellowship.The .
was banked with Jeanne Tillis to NelsonD.
greenery. Linen shower honoring Miss bridegroom-elect was
Floor standards with white Mary Dressier fiancee of Dr. Wade son of Rev and graduated from Gadsden High
tapers were placed at each John McKenzie. Mrs. Harold Mrs Robert N. Wade. School Gadaden Tenn, Hud
side. Centering the mantel Bachman and her daughter June 8 has been set for the served with the U. W. Army ,
was an arrangement of flowers Mrs. Louis Chazell of Ocala, wedding which will take Special Forces. He la presently
and tapers. at the Bachman home, 1248 place in the Centenary Methodist employed by Ha we I
Sister Is Attendant SW Ninth Road. Church. Powers Motor Co.

,The bride's only attendant,
maid of honor, was her sister, HousekeepersTo

Miss .Sara Sue Driggers.She .n WelchBryantHIGH xr
wore a yellow chiffon yt ConveneCentral
frock and her flowers were .AA F \. SPRINGS-Mr. and employed by Teacher's Re- -

I miniature _yellow carnations. Florida Chapter Executive ... ," .... Mrs. James D. Welch of High tirement System, Tallahassee.Mr. :
Her yellow satin tiara held a Housekeepers will ,.... ..'. Springs have announced the Bryant was graduatedfrom .
I circular veil of Illusion.. meet on Tuesday at 7;30pm engagement of their daughter Bell High School and wt
Charles Harrison served as ., at the Holiday Inn. All Miss Ruth Anne Welch, The Auto Diesel College of
best man for the bridegroom. local executive housekeepersare to Charles Edward Bryant Nashville Tenn. Ho la presently :4..Li .1
Wears HeMoem Cap Invited to attend. Miss Aaae Wtkfc son of Mr. and Mrs. EdwardJ. serving with the U.S. Miss Mary Ana Tales i
,The bride given hi mar Bryant of Bell. Army.
riage by her father, wore a Miss Welch was graduatedfrom Wedding plans will be announced
street-length sheath dress of Mrs. Clifford, \ FeraeDaace Haughton.LottingvilieMr. Bell High School and Is r REGULARPERMANENT

brocade satin with a full overskirt Jr.

Her fingertip length veil leaves. Mrs C. H. Driggers ble and wedding punch was and Mrs. William G. Hampton Va., and the University
of sheer bridal illusion was grandmother of the bride served from the other. Haughton announce the engagement of Florida. TutenSmithWALDO I

caught to a coronet of lily of' wore a blue lace dress with Miss Jay Dance sister of the of their daughter The bridegroom electwas $50
the valley and a' heirloom bridegroom kept the bride's Miss Margaret Anne Haugh Mr. and Mrs vllle High School.
Belgian lace baby cap which matching accessories Both book and Mrs. Clayborn Diggers ton, to James J. LottingviUe, graduated from Hampton Burton Tuten Jr of Waldo ann Mr Smith was graduatedfrom
had been used by the bride'smother had purple orchid corsages.Keceptice aunt of the bride, welcomed son of Mr. and Mrs J. L. Lot- High School and Old Dom- o u n c. the engagement of P. K. Yonge Laboratory

at her marriage. Her FellowsA the guests Those serving tingvllle of Hampton Va. Inlon College ,Norfolk Va their daughter Miss 1 Mary School and Is now serving with Includes
only Jewelry was a single reception followed the nuptial were Mrs W. A. McGill The bride-elect was graduated The wedding will be an Ann Tuten, to Airman 2-<:
the VS. Air Force. He attended
from York High School Robert 0 Smith son of Mr. SHAMPOOSIT
strand of miniature pearls a ceremony. The bride's table and Mrs. Page McGllI aunts event of November 14 at 1010
y gift of the bridegroom She laid with an embroidered of the bride.Following Yorktown, Va. She attended and Mrs Dais Drew of Wal technical training school .
I College of Hampton Roads a.m. McCaul Chapel of the do. for US Air Force bomb nsvt
carried a Bible and white or linen cloth, was centered with a short wedding HAIRCUT
chids. an arrangement of wedding trip the couple has established First Baptist Church Chapel. .Miss Tuten attended Calnes- gallon systems mechanics at STYLING

: I The bride's mother wore a flowers In a tall cherub compote a.hone In Gainesville. Both Linen Shower Lowry Air Ford Base;Colo! 1 Operator

beige crepe afternoon dress The wedding cake was are sttdents.at the University EasterALACHUA Crewsapproaching and Is now serving ,with I aStrategic To Serve You!
,( embroidered with sequin placed .at one end of the Is.M ef Florida. ComplimentsBridetobe Air CommandUnit
( Evenings by App.
Mr. and Mrs. marriage of their at Turner:AFB In Georgia-,

I : Parties Fete Frances Jones Jim Easter of Alachua announce daughter, Miss Margie Ann The wedding will te aa' HOUSEBEAUTY
the engagement and event of Saturday, October 17,
Easter, to Edwin Crews son
Miss Judith Beasley bride-
at 7:3D p.m. In the First Methodist I
i I In honor of Mitt Frances ,MIss Joanne Woodward, Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- elect of Grover Ford of Jacksonville Couple SetsOctober of Mr. and Mn. James Crews Church of Waldo.: : .

Dabney Jones fiancee of Donald younger daughter of the neth Hodge, and Miss Jennie was honored recently 24 of Lake Butler. All friends and relatives of

..... Moore Giles of Lynchburg Woodwards a..latecl.In. the at a linen shower given All friends and relatives are the couple are Invited to.. at- ?300 $w Mi.St. 21572THISMWTHAHAHJi2INGFREEOfF
Murphree.Lnacheen -* ;
Va., several pre.weddlnl Saturday October 24, la the tend. "
hospitalities.Pink Given by Mrs. W. H. Hart and Invited to attend the weddingand "
parties have been given. Another date chosen by Miss Mary
Hosts for a buffet dinner roses arranged In a events of the pre-n u ptlal Mrs. Leonard Colson. Dressler and her fiance Dr. reception.

Friday evening complimenting silver bowl graced the buffet Miss Jones was given a luncheon for The guest list Included John McKenzie for their wedding Miss Easter attended Santa i

the bride-elect were Mr. table. House by Miss at Louisa the Tower :Bo- Mrs. C. W. Beasley mother Fe High School. i ..er
and M. Wood- Guests The will be solemnized Sleep Sleepjetter:
I Mrs Burton Included the honoree bannon. now teaching in Or- of the bride-elect, and ceremony Mr. Crews wss graduated ,
their Mrs. at 1 at the chapel }
ward and daughter, her parents Dr. and lando. p.m.
Raymond Watson, and Mr. Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones Dr.' : y.1IcIw'and also her grandmother, Mrs of'' the First Methodist from Union County High II E SIet SiJe Jelltyrest
Watson. and Mrs. A. A. Murphree, flowers centered white the autumn D. B. Beasley; Mrs. James Church with only close friends School and la employed by
The dinner was given at the Mr._and Mrs. Russell Dan- tables luncheon. Larche. Mrs. Nlta Dyal Mrs and members of the familiesin Copeland Sausage Company.

Woodward home. burg,.Mr. and Mrs. James G. Placet were marked for the Ellis Thornton, Mrs. R. J. attendance. The wedding will be an MIMa IM N a.a. ,y
After the nuptial, a
.following guests Williams Jr., Mrs. O. L. Bea re- event of October U In the r' ( I Ir
ception will be held st the
The bride-to-be her mother sley Mrs James Xincald Dressier home 1902 NW High Springs Church of God

I Haworth-Mer er: Mrs.Jones: Mrs. Kenneth Mrs Arthur Stevens Mrs. Eleventh Road at 7 p. mAN .
Hodge. Mrs. Lenny Sorameee. Mark Moody Mrs. John
Miss George Areas Mill Ann Christensen, Mrs. L. W.
Anew, HIM Jennie Murphree Strickland, Mrs George 2
Vows Are Read and Miss Kay Knopf. Price Mrs C. C. ClaytonJr.
A gift of china was presented .. Mrs C. A. Locke Jr., life
by..the hostess to the brtde- Mrs. Wayne Strickland Miss j

WILLISTON Miss Sandra pink accessories and\ a corsage ..eleet Ann Manning.
I Lee Mercer: daughter of Mr. of pink carnations |
and Mrs. Lee B. Mercer of Church Reeestiea "

Will II ton, and Airman A reception followed the '
1C Chester F. Haworth Jr.. ceremony In Fellowship HaO. (R
; eon of Mrs. Leo Haworth and Mrs. W. C. Chesser I e r v e d A4dI
I Dr. C. F. Haworth Sr.. both wedding cake and ...... Earl So you can stop in tin t itritcti W,

f of Sarasota were married re- MikVn poured punch. II r L ti i.f comfort of Super Size BeiutyrtituysleautyrMtfuperiliemettMaabouprlngtft
cently at the First Methodist Lamar Sullivan and Mrs. BID ,ewW= 'ill .. .
Ch w :h.Rev. Gulls kept the bride's boa ,
Alfred W. Busies performed After a wedding trip to Tennessee end wars give you absolutely free;year eneiet. ef'limmons 1"I"!' 1
the double ring cere- the newlyweds art led.stretcher lUHtlntmalieywarseent "* i:' Ii
mony before an altar adorned making their. borne at the bed tang.,..,or longer and wider OK e Simmons
with white gladioli and chry MoweD Air Force Bate, steel bed frame (with casters) featuring exclusive
santhemums. Montgomery Ala. ttay.lock senstructlor, te don'I wall' mother nightto .
enjoy the!urltllllMlfOrt that can be with
Nuptial by Mrs.music Jesse was Harvey presented organist I Be Near Those the ...re Inches el rieeptoi. speee hi iMutymt yours
\ Super site,*ttn leeulyrHl's Individually pocketed.
and W. J. Stark, violinist You ...... ,
Love... Independently estkif Don wall another nignt"
when you can have(lie world most famous extra
I I Falter Escorts Bride "'{.:" large mattress and get with' "It free limmons led-
!I'' Given In marriage by her Alwaye. stretcher Kant er steel frame. member,tltll",., 1
II' father the bride wore a gown IkSIfinis Trivet oorabtlv1prasUoall good" this month enV- '
of white lOt organza featuring r ,

AJencon lace adorning the z ,
skirt and train. Her veil of illusion BMWey, 94teastalti Your choice of time
I feD from a rosette of t Special. =wsk BMutyrsst Super SinsBSSStSitc

silk organza. She carried .a' _'III.. aadak Lean ooze
I bouquet of white carnations ,...hat...... sa d ;:.:. ,.imvene
and yellow roses. =sisters'was .fcs t
Mrs. End Leitner. slater. of. pleas.))71st.,.$4'.

the bride was matron ef hon Wonderful Sl'OJS)
or. She won a turquoisegowa sr era: eseV
II matching accessories .r .N.rw'. ....
I Gift Id = : I.
\ and corsage ef yellow 3 .. r :. M-e'1...... ,

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ef Sarasota was
Joe Field
best man. Ushers w e r t Edd 06 W $5. ......... MIst "lr.l:
UJtner of Micanopy and lID
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J Giflis of WUiston. A. RKISTIR FOR IXFIRI1NCEO'PROFISSIONAL lesutrrest,lade only' by Slmmorii,

. The bride's mother wore a Support tKfl. Sleeper. to Single-led CtttfertM :
blue lace gown bone accessories nu PRIZIS IRIOAL,
\ and a corsage of yellow Even if yo. cart vhrt those ."

,... The hldegrueni'i mothtr yws |lore ae often ae yew'4bl4 'Your moat foIc fl ting. moet fltx- W. CONSULTANT- ,'k *
blue dress. (&Us ... WlsmtffMr ;
won a crepe
yew gift portrait trig iWo fur occ asory. Hidden fasten- *. Dele Drew Pr..aadenenvies aim, _
'Orb ibm. yev'ie tarakbg ..1thew. tog:tand,this fur to o variety! efI0shopin0s. br.d.'e ?tie., arse aid t.. II Is .... ,5 tpp d...,.. sera's im. n ar ....... .....
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The recent accord between me'Vatican
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I aad the Bsagartae M Iwelen Moth ...../.
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r Alpha Chi President Here Woman's Club Welcomes' New. Members"Let's Mrs tour Louis, Mrs.Edwin Kultert; Thomas,Kirkland Mn. M.G., H.Mitchell II it-r,.".'

Mrs J. M. Pearce,'burs:
I:, Get Acquainted" wu Mrs. J. H. Nlnlnger Mn.. president, and Mrs. D. C, Os- Mrs. Hubert N. Davis, Mrs.G. W. P. Reynolds, MM. Frank
; the theme for the first meeting William R. ODelL trander, who It chairman ot L Emmel III Mrs David Ridgeway,' Mrs. L. 0. Rowland
of the Gainesville,Wom _the 196449 Yearbook.In Powell, Mrs.J. E. Puckett, Mrs. Richard Sanders,
: 'I an's Club Also Mrs. Franklin S. Perry Mrs. Alfred Reed, Mn. JohnW. Mrs Roy Stephens, Mrs. Rob
\f'i'''.':'' Wednesday morningat Mrs. J, E. Ponzio, Mn. turn, the departmental
,. :" 'I' the clubhouse when the Wayne T. Sandefur, Mrs. directors introduced chairmanof Everett, Mrs. 'John P. ert 0. Stripling, M r L' Joe
,.; "' II ..... American Home Division directed James Shanks, Mrs. J. Lester their divisions., Feaster, Mrs. Val Clve .. Avera Taylor M r L Morris,

/!IW ._/k <1" the program Wigglesworth, Mrs. Robert W. Other members of the Ex- Mrs.. Tom Hansen, M r.. Watts,' Mrs. .Francis B. Watson '

r <. I ..... Mrs. Stanley Cook and Bradbury, Mrs. Hayden Maddox ecutive Board are Mrs. J. Ed James E. Johnson, Mn. Steve Mrs. T. W. WUllami, and
'J Jt. ... Mrs. Elmo Seville, cochairmen Mrs. Marshall Strick Price, Immediate past presi- Johnson, Mrs C. F. Jolly! ,_ Mrs Ernest B. Wright.
4 land, Mn H. D. Wallace
.. of the division, were In dent; Mrs. J. B., White, historian I (
Mn. E. L. Wood.
; Mn. John W. Wilson,
charge of arrangements with
Mrs. William Ganong, chairman Members re-instated Included recording secretary Mrs. I i Caroline Stein
... of hostesses and Mrs Mrs. Ned E. Bingham, Earl H. Killgore, corresponding ir1IH
jJ Keith Haythorne, chairman of Mrs. Thomas Donaldson, Mrs.. secretary; Mrs. Harold R. ,. St. Petersburg
publicity for this Initial meet- Felmy Ford, Mrs Ernest Nal- Gertner,treasurer; Mrs.: Guy
,1: C.'Fulton, parliamentarian; EXPERTCOLORISTand
.. + '*" ing. bach and Mrs. Robert D
4' Walker. Mrs Sanford G. Coin, finance
+ During the business meeting Mrs. Robert 0. Stripling,
\ ; the following new mem Mr. Hartmu's Board ,Clubhouse; Mrs Fred T.
a/yAa K bars were welcomed: Lturiun and Mrs. Sam P. HAIR STYLIST
Mrs. M. T. Hartman Jr.,
Mrs. John R. Boy, Mrs. club president Introduced officers Goethe Little Women Advisers
Kenneth Bzoch, Mn. Rocco and directors of each Mrs. Mitchell Baumsteln, Is Now Associated"With .
Espoilto, Mrs. James B. Ga- department Mrs William T. publicity; and Mrs. R. Lee
han, Mrs. Paul H. Gissendao Arnett, International Affairs Montague, membership
er, Mrs. Joe Hamilton, Mrs. also tint vice p r e s Ident; Coffee was served from t RAME' HAIRSTYLIST
James C. Harder, Mrs. Howard Mrs. E. Sinclair Eaton, Fine table centered with fall flow \
G. Hartwell, Mrs. J. B. Arts, and second vice-president er,. 319 W. Uaiv.n MOM JTMSO
Alpha Chi Omegm't National President Mn. Darrell R. Nordwall, of Tustin, Hodges, Mrs. John W. Howie, Mrs. Robert West, Welfare Coll for on expert appointment with Caroline or one ,
California, left, attended the recent Plunders Day luncheon of the Gtine- Mrs. Adrayn Kell, Mrs. Ken and third vice president Hostess Group of our other operators You'll be pleosed with the
Title Alumnae Club. She received a yea noo't I from Mrs. George W. Hunter III, neth P. Kidd, Mrs. Leon Mrs. Arthur Lee Camp Hostesses for the meeting results.enneiff .
hal club president. Mrs. Daniel B. VVII ler, center, wan weaker for the luncheon Marder, Mrs. Hugh Matthews, bell social and fourth vice- included: Mrs. A. Ray'Brown,
held at the Holiday Inn. I


Meet This WeekUniversity f BRING BIG SAVINGS PE N'r[

of Florida Dames Grlnter, 2M NW Fourth ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY QUALITY I
hays silted the following Place, Wednesday at I p.m. II
meetings during the coming The program, "Analyzing your I
w Mr. and Mn. Clyde T. Bran-
On Tuesday Law Dames will ,
meet at I p.m. at the University non. I
1 Women's Club, West Agriculture Dames will meet
I Kwberry Road, when Char. at the Guaranty Federal Savings a.
let Woods, manager of the and Loin Community cH1 ,
meet department it PublU, Room it I p.m. Thursdaywhen
will be guest speaker. Horns Beautiful decorators I
: win present the program.
( tducatlon and Physical Ed- ,
uctlon Dames will meet
Wednesday at I pm at the EXPE :I j
home of Dean and Mrs. Klnv ,
< bttt Wiles, m NW Ird PlIca.I a. .
Pharmacy Dunes will meet i t
Wednesday! at the home of I
{ Mrs. Carl H. Johnson,2141 NW -r N :1a
I 71b;Place at ,.m. 1 :

Arts and Science Dimes ,I ;1
will be entertained at the
hone of Dean ind Mrs. L. E.

I Merrystepper'sSquare Dance SERVICE. RADIATORS ::: .I .Ii 1.Ii

I To: BeginThe "W Red Them oar i 1T 1v1 \ \ ;' J BULKY

:: Merrysteppsrs S q ware MOTOR BLOCK SWEATERS
Dance Club will begin its new Vesture Flushing .
year with t covered.dish sup- I
pet on Tuesday it 145: p.m. w. FM U- i Darer
at the Gainesville Recreation J \1


( The lines! will begin serving WHITE ILICTRIC FOR GIRLS '
promptly at 7 p.m. with CORDUROY SLACKS
square dancing to follow at I fir IATTIRY
p.m.pr.. Ernest "Bart" Bartley, SIRVICIIII -
club caller,will be assisted by MOVES WITH YOU SIDE ZIPACRYLIC SMARTSTYLES
Round dancing la program- ,.... "'..15"I ft.11 RED, BLACK.
mil by Mrs Hartley and Dr. '
Waltes. I SIZES' : )
t I SIZES: for 700
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Ur most beautiful stela l 1ft dresses, boot
w. coots. suns. CWtunvt, rn/lhn.ry' reversible mode
surf 1l1ou.,., ev.n .saulsits ca.ee.ny 4 4 tJ of Orion* acrylic/wool Jersey
.. I laminated
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YOU Of lookmj lovely this that reverses to a pretty acetate
fall. Set Fronkiin's'' this week.p taffeta print. Go-everywhere Bolmocoon -

.. of corded cotton poplin
t e Smart all-weather cover-ups! Jlp-out lining's quilted acetate
I .: .. Our combed cotton poplin batting We've mart too come,
I I ", raincoats with worm zip-Out In and see our great collection.;
liners of plush Orlorvft acrylic 818. .
: tGO GATORS. GO! pile Keep their water-shed
ding talents/ even after re-
l t : : lift Regular or Central Charge ding talents even after repeated -
dry cleanings. Blue or
muted plaids beige and willow SHOP PNNEYt'.
JettV solids. Sues 7 to 16. SAY
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I+ Sunday October 11. 19154 GotowMU, s.. 5*.

, Pans Visitor Tours Museum UF Wives' Presoyrerian Fellowwshlp Church Tuesday Hall.at noon In .

I Women ListLuncheon Special guests win! be Miss For Boys O&A
Elizabeth McNeill), who is on .
leave from her missionary duties
Club Lists In Kobe. Japan, and WARM and HEART
Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor, Mrs. Guy Andrews of Starke, ..
will speak on Church Exten- who is district chairman of r t.'. .'>
sion and Mrs. Chris Math. Presbyterian Women's Work. FOR COOL DAYS', .", =
son will report on the Wom Circle One, with Mrs. JohnW. [,,-
PartyUniversity en's Conference Montreal Hoover and Mrs. Stephen
55v \ffiliv
N. C., at the sandwich Beckwith, cochairmen<<: will AHEAD!
of Florida ArchItecture luncheon of the Women of be the hostesses for the
the Firs luncheon.
and Fine Art Faculty .fJt,
...- F: l "
Wives have slated a"GetAcquainted"
party on
: Monday at I p. m., at the1 1 i: .

University Women'i Club I :./
.. .
West Newberry Road. .. ..I ...

Theme of party will be : I :

"University Homeco m I In g.*

The following new facu'ty 4 Cycle Automatic Washer

members will be welcomed:

Mrs. W. G. Wagner,Mrs. A.L. 4 CYCLES
Miss Amelia de CrepT of Parts. ,.right, houseguest of Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. I
Holies, toured the Florida State Museum with Dr? Ripley Bullen. curator and Campbell, Mrs. L. G. Shaw, fully AutomaticLint
.Mrs. W.M. Mrs.
Mrs. Bullen M her guide Luger, B. Filter Tub
Howes Mrs. T. E. Martin, e
Mrs. K. A. Hatcher, Mrs. Water Level Control! Medel

Calendar Of EventsTODAY Small.R.- E. Foster and Mrs. R. S., W.teTe..tureStlecter A 100

Mrs. F. Blair Reeves I is:
October 11 NW 7th Place. Giant Sited Tub
Gainesville Chapter 44 OES, chairman for the event.
Gainesville Council on H* 4 Arts and. Sciences Dames,. .8 p.m. \lajonic Temple Safety IU Switch .
V.man Relations,.,, ,3.30\) p. m.', 8 p. m.. WI. L. E."Grinttr. ;. FRIDAY: .Iober. 18 Assisting with party arrangements -: RUSTPROOFCAIINIT : :
will be M ra w
22M NW 4th'Place. 'i t
City Utilities Center 555 SE Gainesville Bridge Club, I R. W. Bowles, Mrs. D. P.,
Fifth Avenue Rev. T. A. Chapter A ?. PEO, 930: a. m., Holiday Inn. Branch Mrs. J. L. Clark,. FINANCING ON THI SPOT

Wright, guest speaker. a. m., Mrs. J. R. Greenman, Gainesville Association of Mrs. R. C. Craven, Mrs., Your Choke of Credit Plena
3459 NW 11th Avenue. G. E. Crosby Mrs. Russell

MONDAY University October of Florida U Arch Cosmos.Cub, .2:30: "p.. m., Holiday Insurance, Ion.MONDAY Agents., .131S: p. m., L Danburg. Mrs. Hollls H., The VARIETY STORE
itecture Mrs. Tom Larrick,' .:
and Fine Arts Faculty Mrs; Frank B. Becker 214
October It Mrs. V. S. Phaneuf, Mrs.'
Wives. 8 p. m., University NW 14th Street Installation ;
Women's Clubhouse, West .f Officers. Gainesville Woman's Club I Reid Poole, Mrs. Stuart R. ON THI SQU"I YOU'lL t .. ;
7.S.L.1" Ave. 'a .514' .
Newberry Road.J. Christmas Crafts-Arts Group, Purser. Mrs. J M. Trimmer, .
University Medical Guild, ':30 a.m., Clubhouse, West Mrs. E. C. Troupin! Mrs.; .n
J. Finley P.T. A. 7:30p. : 8 p. m., Mrs. Ernest B.' i University Avenue.WEDNESDAY Sarah T. Turner, Mrs. P. A. p I I)P t t, I I I I .N M ,n ,'( FIND THE

m., Auditorium, Carrol Fo- Wright, 404 NW 23rd Street: Ward and Mrs. C. D. Zeigler.'
gle will discuss Modern Math. October II I "JUST RIGHT" SWEATERS '
Little Women, 4 p. m., Gen- Agriculture Dames, 8 p. m., Gainesville Chapter Daughters
eneral Meeting I Gainesville,I Guaranty Federal Savings and of UN American Revolution
Woman's Club.Univenlty Loan Association. Community.. J p.u.; Community i .,
Women's Club Room. Roomed the Guaranty Federal
University Women'i Club and Loan ...
Breakfast, Bridge Canasta, Savings Assn.
9 a. m., Holiday Inn. Newcomers Bridge, 8 p. m., Representative George G.
Clubhouse, West New berry Jr. Practical. waihabl cardigan
Kappa Alpha Theta, Alumnae guest speaker '
I p."m.,- Mrs David Road. 3 CALFSKIN_ ...Shines with pretty/ perfection! It itttcwd looks 19 ewe'from wor the temp and, .attractive ., '
Stryker JMJ SWf4th I; Place. ..3.THURSDAYft'October 11 Miss wan until. outgrown. Choose. ..
American Association of Scout! Prairie Neighbor TutenIs iftj from IN tbatland and ptbletov ...'
hood Meeting, 10 a, m., Girl Mot boys like by .
University Women, Executive "
Scout Office, liD NW 8th Honored maktr you trust j Board Meeting 7:30: p. m., Street ft Donmoor and Pickwick., Sues I
Mrs. Howard V. Weems Jr., r "
2100 NE 6th Terrace. Golden Age Club, 1:30p.m.. With ShowerWALDO 'tiesa from $4 to $11 '"
Recreation Center. :..
Gainesville Bridge Club a
7:30: p. m., Recreation Cen Gainesville Public Library Miss Mary Ann JACKETS
ter. Board Meeting, I p.m. Gainesville and nylon
long wtorlng worm
TUESDAY October 13 Public Library. Smith, was complimented auilttd jockttt in ......1 styli .
Past Matron's Club Chapter University Women'i C lu b with a pre-nuptial shower and -eatchinfl colon v w
44 OES, I p. m., Mrs. C. Evening Bridge, 8 p. m., Clubhouse recently by Mrs. Sylvia Cam. I Wi rtd. black and ma.-.-.. N. lonqullttd Ie',
.11. '
West Newberry Road. lockets
pen, who entertained In herhomo ;
Wesley Larsen, 1404 NW 10th League of Women Voters car* tor and keep tilt score f ,
at. ..ldo.lArrangements Add s.. com
Avenue. the smooth warm at teat our "
8 p. m., Mrs. J. A. Humph' ,
Woman's Auxiliary to the O pitta MlKlim e' |ack't o
ties, 3459 NW 12th Avenue, of roses polished perfection you'll surely find what you'n
Medical Society
Alachua County Unit Meeting. and greenery' adorned the looking "I! Slut 1 ta 20.
9:30 a. m., Guaranty serving table.Assisting ? of calfskin to from $6. to $15!
and Loan
Federal Savings '.
Community Room. with the courtesies your cos him* Ihlasooioit / f -. .,. : .. 1

Girl Scout WECO Neighbor- 'Kappa were Mrs. Wilbert Gun- ojnoj ... UtE"CINTRAL CHARGE ,
hood Meeting, 930: a.m., ter, Mr,. E. E. Wasdin, Mrs. FOOD :
Girl Scout House, 810 NW 8th Vida Tyson, Mrs. Madue te r" how boovttful/ rev .look
Street. Donaldson, Mrs. Maude '

Altrusa Club, 12:IS p. m., Founders Smith, Mrs. Jim Granger, SLACK CAL $22.00 :
Holiday Inn.Gainesville. Mrs. L. P. Sullivan. Mrs. l
Fine Arts Asso- t Henrietta,Babb and Mrs. Ar.. .

ciation, Fun Painters, 1:30: thur Stevens.

a. m., Cramer Swords down- LuncheonKappa Mils Tuten was presented' PAGAN'SBOOTERY ..M'Cott

town studio. with an orchid corsage by i > y" tee S

Merrysteppers Square Mrs. Ruth De Sha In appreciation 102' W. UNIVERSITY AVI. ..
Club, Covered Dish Kappa Gamma Alumnae -
Dance of her of ,.. '
years It 10 I. IMvtnllr' Ave PR i.40il1SLEEPER
Supper, 645: p.m. Dancing I Club' of Gainesville; wilt, 'Ice with the Methodist 'I Fee Porklnf oil 1st Moral I Lot
pm., Recreation Center. hold Its Founders' Day Lunch. Church choir., ..
Alpha XI; Delta Alumnae. I eon Tuesday at 12:15: p.m. In
p. m., Mrs. Robert B. My. the Gaiesville Golf and Coun-
ers. 2901 SW 4th Court. try Club.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappas from the Gainesville ,

Club, 12:15: p. m.. GainesvilleGolf area and members who
and Country Club. Found have moved to. other parts of
ers' Day Lunched Florida will meet here to' SALE

League of Women Voters, celebrate the Prat e r 81 t y'
t p. m., Mrs. J. A. Humph- founding which took place October
ries. 3459 NW 12th Avenue, 13. 1870. at Monmouth
Unit Meeting. College, Monmouth, ID.
ChapterCQofPEO.8p.rn., An active member, Mrs.
Mrs. Ancll N. Payne, 17 NW Robert J. Harris, a founder of1 > ir

7th Elks Anna Terrace.Lodge.WEDNESDAY Miller. Circle, 8 p.m., member Gamma the local,:will club of be Kappa and missed fifty Kappa at year this ) BED; ROLLAWAY' ,BED FOAM I BEDDING' '

: October 14 year's luncheon. She and Mr.< .
XI Phi Chapter of Beta Sig. Harris recently moved to San' JOJg'INCH; SillS
ma Phi. 8 p.m., Mrs. Reid ta Barbara, California.The e 5 et
Poole, 3708 SW 8th Place. past year has seen a STilL FRAMICOMFOKTAIU $ C
Gainesville Bridge Club growth in the club's membership 3997M

7:30: p. m., Holiday Inn. and commendations from LARGE CASTERS
University Women's Club I province and national off Icon., OPERATES WYJO"
International Relations Group, The alumnae club received
Luncheon. 1 p. m, UF Faculty a recent citation for exceptional SALE PRICED C OMPl t UHOLI
Club Dr. Terua Kon- work hi raising money '29" $49,1 39" SIZE

Ish and Dr. Aklo Tom Ita. for the Rose McGU Fond, an
guest speakers educational and philanthropic INNERSPRING YWOOD DOUIll SIZI
League of Women Voters, fund for the confidential as-

9:30 a.m., Mrs. Harry Board- si.tance of members in financial SOFABEDS METAL FRAMES STUDIO COUCH :

Unit man. Meeting.182S SW Ith Terrace, ;. need. .

Lebo and Mrs. A. Daaoe. 1805 e
NW 7th Avenue.University .' $

City Bridge Club, SMART COVERS 4'997. 2 IOISTIIS $6997
7:30: p. m.. University of Florida
Faculty Club, West New-' COLORS MODERN FAIRIC

Arts and Crafts Group University -

a m.. Craft Shop Florida MUTKMNOONEDMUND
Education and Physical Education


?, KirnbaH Place Wiles. 281 NW 3rd

Pharmacy Dames 8pm..
Mrs. Carl H. Johnson, 2141 '
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Galnaivlila Sun Sunday. October 11, IM4 ,
particularly to attend the In Key Largo from a .
Florida Mississippi State tion in Highlands. N. C .1CaII II 'i .. r .", J .. r +," t .. 'I. I
_ H ABOUT PEOPLE football game yesterday afternoon e i :'tl...lf : '. n ; ', '. a .Z h .. \ '" "

Among those attending the .. .
', "
1, : 'Dr.'Thomas V. McCanl' hn Chester,' N. V. are' spending United Daughters of the Con ,:-'r" ... ': .' :'IIr1'1f'I, : ; (:r' : '

i 'bad u hi* juests for seven the weekend with friendsin Mini Edith Pitts has aa federacy state meeting in ; : ,. .. ., I
: Sgt days I Mi ion Tbomii V.. Washington, D. C. Mr. her houseguest her long-time Tampa at the Floridian Hotel
: MeCinl Jr., and Mrs. Me- Branch, former science editor friend, Mrs. Florence Themes last week were Miss Gertrude .
I Caul of Miami at the J. Hillii Medical' of London, England and Marks, Mrs. W. r. The Florida ,
j Center, has accepted a po.1Uon McLean, Va. Franks and Mrs Albert Miller
t : The trio recently spent a as associate director of members of the Kirby Women's'I
weekend In Clemson, 5. C., Information Service at the' Miss Pitts' sister, Mrs. Roy Smith Chapter and Mrs. C. I
: .when Dr. McCaul, pallor Medical Center of the University Howard, and Mr. Howard R. Leyaes Sr.. member of
a .emeritus d the First Baptist of Rochester stopped here briefly this) Crevssse chapter of Cedar '
: Church, wilted In till weaken route to their home Key
dedicatory services of the In farewell courtesy for J Press Club
: new Cleiwon Baptist Church, the Branchs Mr. and Mrs. ,
t whose pastor .ls Dr. Charles Richard Elnbecker and Mr. f ,
;, : A. mill,. brother of Dr. and Mrs. Roger Carr entertained '. I. "
: If'R. Arriajtoa of .Gaines last week with an in They're f"
party at the former'shomel
: church has been Here AwardsFEATURE .", .'f,. J
: The new ''
o built on (Malta of tile parson- I .' '1"if' : :
:..age. wbara Thomas McCaul Mr. end Mrs. Pst Williams Gals! :
Jr. was born when Us father and Mr. sad Mrs. Charles ,. ;r.: .,.. "
the first pastor oft e '
wu Williams, all of Jacksonvillewere "
church, MW to be used as a guests of Dr. U. S. Gordon ....thealltime '-
chapel Tha McCauls Sr. this weekend. They came
od "movad to damson soon after .
Dr. McCaul completed hit J&aftttsuiUt iunI
graduate studies in M00 at classicFamous
::the University of Virginia, The Sun spendsthe .
..remaining aa pastor until he Winter I I. ,
:entered I World War I in 1917. hi the West Indies.

:: Since hid retirement In m, Join It on ; 1
Zt>t. HcCaid has served as brlerln > "
pastor of a Baptist Cunard's Canaan! WRITER JEAN CARVER
In Florida Includingihe 9 convenient cruises
; church In Perry. He Is from Florida,9140 up. .
-a special' guest .today thereat
Homecoming Services and Sail from Fort Lauderdale
Canard's air-condi
Mwll1 preach at one of the servrices. aboard

Rev Hasid J. Combs, Honed, sUbilizertsojuippedCamanla..Giant outdoor swim- .' .... : 2nd Place ," '
pen of Mr. aid Mrs. A. L. sting pool, !-- Udo Deck. COLLEGE BOARDBy .. '
.. of Gainesville, .Is -
patI night club,superb buna**** ,)111 ,, '
tor of till Perry church. cuisine, impeccable Brttltkservice. '; .1 i ..' '.
1- a r Every stateraoae with BROWNIE I ,' :
.Air tad Mrs. David private ,bcfflde Choose TOW ... w M' :.: '1 ._ ::
DTliMIDM FOR .. ,. .' .. .
';jBraei, now,m route to Ho- ; ,
I:!,U days.5 ports,$306 cps VNSeries '
Ir 4e dale.I pests 1140 IIpI Classic Cardigan < ,:" ., :
+ Theta Alumnae I-11,IS dipt,5 port 1800 optJim. o r. .; .j 1 I.
.15,12 daya,1I parts111'\ and Itwy're If* mott beautiful ,' !
F..k t,17 days 10 parts,1470 opt colon white, red faelg. : 'TVi; 4
Discuss House Feb." 17,IS days S pats$415 up block, yellow blue. grays, .naYl$8" _..> ,:
Mir.If,U day,3 port MOO upi brown, com.l, college preen and
Kappa Alpha Theta Alumna M r.M,10d: ,..4 ports,$2SOupi! You can't beat Libby. for ..''''fonl \
Club will meet Mondayat Apr..1"I days S port tl>5 vp.WORLD .
I pin with Mrs David III See us first for all sportswear and separates. o. Downtown
Stryker,.7023 SW 4th Place, as 5.hw f i"...your. set why everyone says. w* have 'the cutest Revitalizing
hostess. clothes In town". ,

Plans for the new chapter LAY-AWAY OR CENTRAL CHARGILIBBYE'S "
home to be; constructed on
till University I of Florida ,. F 1

campus will be discussed TRAVEL :' 11';,
New Theta alumnae In the 1964 SIGMA Joumolism '
SERVICE DILTA CHI Distinguished S.rvictlrf '*.-,.<'A:
invited to attend
area an .
h Further information can be NIXT TO FLORIDA THUTRI Editorial Writing-H. G. Davis, Jr. :... "t M
obtained by contacting Mrs. 101 W. UNIV. PI .-..41 Free Perking em 1st Federal Lot 'I' "." I.
H. T. Martin.
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I 4 '7 FR 2-2721 'f;'; :" .....t.i! 'it..t. :'T: '1. -\ ;


t 3rd Place General Excellence-,Joe Halberstein ; :

I I :..."' } ,; 1 : 1964; NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION AWARD ',1' .'

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FALL SALE OFIONFABRKS Honorable.Mention-Best. Newspaper Coveroge-Clif Cormier .
i' For Best Editorials on' Education- Gainesville Sun .

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Place Depth Reporting-HoroW.Rummel, Municipal Improvements *"
w and COTTON! .
2nd Place Editorials H. G.' Davis, Jr..' Racial Demonstrations

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3rd .Place $p?rt*:-Joe HalbersNln, ,N.Corolina, Win Over Air Force
Gator Bowl
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I Place Pubfl'. Servte'eMjaroW'pummel 1 ; Home Repair Racket '. '

I I' Values to $1.79 'Yed 3rd Place Spot, News Reporting! : (Onaer) 20,000 Ore.) "l; :,..,"' j

4 \ Harold Rummfl 1, Policeman KidnapedJHi rr- '
!i i Beautiful, machine washable Docron and cotton

j ) fabrics that are drip-dry, too. Fashionable t,.
t Fall prints and plaids in a wide color assortmerit. -

45 Inches wide and at huge savings., 1963 Second Piece, Spot News Pictures, Associated Press In Florida
%j' Shop early for best selection! '

,"CHABGHIT 1962, First, Piece, Florida Sports Writers Association.! Best i First.Sports Pate ...

; MONET'A Tr"" 11 Make-Up .

'NO. \ ; DOWN;. 1962 First Piece, American_ Association of College Baseball'Coaches, Spot

Monthi Ptyl, News Stories, Papers Under 50,000 Circulation -
,! .' 1962 SeeenJ .Place, Feature Stories, Associated Press In Florida

"1 f, r ti* fafM'f JWrtvuf k WNIMI Is.. MAiMe
1962 Third Piece,Best Column. on a Variety of Topics, National Editorial.

1 fL" Dry COTTONS I OXFORD PINTS! Association ,

1961, .Sa.nl- Piece. Feature Story, Associated,Press of Florida '. 1

t 2 1960,' Merle Moors Catet Avmrf for Distinguished Journalistic Service "
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.14 36" to 45" widths. In.. famous I. Our famous Oxford prints at avery 1 I. '

",'name prints for Fall fashions. ,special price.. 45, InchesI .1956. ...... Vfoce. Spot News Pictures., Associated. Press.... In Floridar.l' ,
Drlp-Dry, wash and wear, too wide in rich Fall colors: Values' "';r :l. t :;f '

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hmJav.. October 1 1. 1H4.nOr.. So lit ft

Bo.okof .Poems Reviewed As Footnote to Poetry Day \ For SALE or RENT. ,


Als.lss r.esa IsM-liU. by the dedicated Donconformlsttaumallsts many yean and which eventually General excellent advise for both the' term; "How To Win in Election I Chain Saws ; ,J
MbuM Afefltoelre, truslatedty 'and cubists who l ly turned to Jealousy and bluernew. "Careen and Opportunities In new and the experienced club, : the art of political vie Water Pumps .
WffltoB Meredith, DeeMe- forth the principles of mod ern I In the poem "Marie" he Advertising" (Chas. Boland) woman providing party menus. tory" (Stephen Shadegg) a ,; .
dayt1111.fly art Apolltoaire,.far from bean Ipg: writer a compact but thorough cover for ill ages, tips for bazaars back-stage view of how the Light Plants ".? -
JOANN CHIMERS enemy of the old poets bow-. "Do' I know where your hair age of the field Including lists and fairs rules for purchasing, battle for ballots Is waged and '
ever sought to add to poetry' wU go of leading advertising agencies; cooking and serving for large won. by Coldwater's campaign Cement Trawlers /I
Mrs., li ChiMers.UM our guest ProesOrel reviewer "vast and strange domains new', Those frizzles like fleece of the "The World of Ancient M.n" gatherings: "The Making of manager."The Expectant rath Lawn Mowers ":,\
"'a .
fire, colors never teen be Ml* (Cornwall) clearly presented Justice" (James Clayton) the er" (Schaefer t ZlsowlU) advise ,
English end at is the a poet Universityof to her fore ." William 'Meredith's: Do I know where your hair will study of the environments of Supreme Court in action, with aimed specifically it prospective Earth Tampers ,
translation, .Mltber unnatural man from the dawn of the race '
to I special attention to the 1M243 fathers
own right) nor dun, seems to capture the to the present, and of their ef I SALES and SERVICE .
Or hands like leaves of ,
poetic expression which renewed your feet on human affairs; "Cen, __" .
l "kttwM
nil review b are Utrvy'ieaasrltttlM an autumn tree Spell l eric* TRANI
tradition yet broke with rou sorship: the search for the obscene" '
to the ....... Scattering our covenant so? Central Heating.
tine Poetry lovers, not eufflcleotty ( ) .
M.Poetry Day, OetUb .
linguistically equipped an np-tfrdite account of the -- & Air ConditioningAvoid .
I walk the hanks of the Seine
to enjoy the originals, win feel battle between freedom of expression '
till at tile With old book under the rush tool! Install a clean,
; agent thirtyflirw. irateful for finding the origin- an my and the watchdogs of //O 230 N.E. 16th Avwnue
found I tab and economical TRANE unit now of "be'
ApoUtoaire. having ala and the English trsnilations arm; public morality; "Community twwn Maioni' HMclol prlcaL Compltnly In. 985-
tilt world "strong drink" pubUK facing each other. It Is like my grief, that river Groups and You" (H. E. trolled and guaranteed for 01 low n .... / / Phone FR 4.3411MYERSfo8EiiE ,
AJcooIL." Wa coDocttM It flows like a ceaseless rain. Swift) a handbook of leadership NO DOWN PAYMENT ..... I* faan.
of poems, MOM written"u early Bon to Ml b Rome, Apol- Will this week never be over?" and participation In community i For Free r.tlma"Ph'
u the poet's eighteenth year, hours became French-speaking In 1911, ApoDlnalre was jailed organisations,' '1 h e 11 \ TOOIS
presents the mm Mil of IM,'u a school hey, and at a young I briefly on suspicion of complicity Church and Club 'sCompanion" 376-8268 CONO T ON N All co. \ic 7-
poetic production of his youth man found work clerking In hi the theft of the Mona Lisa I LIc....- ..... Inomad
Promoter of the "avant-garde"'Parti. Art critic and painter from the Louvre. In one poem (Ann Seranne)
IB KM French artistic turbulence himself he soon entered Intoa commemorating: the event,
.f Ike eighties and aiaettea, thewriter relationship with the. artist dwelling on hit misery and imprisonment -
la ban representative of Marie laurencin which JaIled \ he writes: _
"What will come of me, 0 Godwho !
knows my pains ziizflhi ; yiMvlkJ
Who gave me themT In pity take<
J !In' This pallor of mine, thai
tearless eyes that wake
LADIES SPORTSWEARDEPT. The noise of, this chairs chains _

And all the poor hearts beating EVERY GIFT YOU GET WITH P VIIIIE STAMPS IS

orI' Love In this that prison accompanies me here \ Guaranteed

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y RELIGIONAttends Hold Festival:' 'on Missions'


First Lutheran Church,, taken .for.'the world wtde. ,'.program -pines, Nigeria, Europe, and the
1801 NW Fifth Ave., will observe -. of Synod.In deaf and blind. Wallace Mooneyis
Mission Festival Sunday conjunction with 'the festival I chairman of the fair.

today at both the 8.30 and 11a.m. a mission fair wOl be heldat I During the hours of the. fair
lervlces. the church this afternoon the Rachel Circle, Mrs. James
ConventionThe The Rev. Clement R. Zehnd- from, 3.to S e'clock. The Sunday Stahmann chairman,"llIlII'v.
} erk pastor of Ascension Lutheran school classes and other organizations light refreshments(to/the* ::,it*.
1 Rev. Earle C. Page, rector Church in Casselberry will o( the church will dent lounge. r' >
of Holy Trinity Episcopal deliver the mission put ,on, exhibits models o( 12 Everyone* Is welcome aUtend
Church at lit NE First St., is "What Is the I message mission stations of the Lutheran either of the, mission festival
t Gospel', taken I
iMfl I irillF.r attending the General Conven- from the Gospel of St Mark, Church. Those depicted will be I services and ,the mission
tion,of the Episcopal Churchnow .. Hong Kong, Korea, Formosa, fair. The church nursery will be
4 Chapter ,verse 15, .at both
/ I meeting St. Louis, Mo. services. Japan, Brazil, Guatemala, 'India open during the 11 .a.m. serv
t Rev:; Page is a deputy from New Guinea, the Philip- ice.
f the Episcopal Diocese of Flor- ",-.- The Rev. Zehnder Is,a grad-
uate of
'' alaraiiltL a. i da;' Seminary', .St. Louis, Mole -. State ,Evangelism SecretaryTo
: General, Convention: which .. has held pastorates it Hois-

meets for two weeks every three Ington, Kan.; Muncie, Ind., and Speak at S. Side ,Baptist
/ is the
k aR A years governing body of Winfield, Kan. From 1958 to
t yx the Episcopal: Church. The 1960 he
was missionary to MexIco
5 .x i Special pulpit speaker today at their evangelism programs activities.
House of
Bishops Includes all City foe' the Lutheran I
:'$ active bishops.' The House of t Southside Baptist C h u rch, 91( .
,. Missouri Synod, and
/ Deputies is composed of four PAGE came to Casselberry in 1960. He SW Second Terr, will be Dr I In ther news at Souths 1 d e,

.. .: clergy and four lay delegates legislation must be approved by has ,three sons 'who are alsoministers Paul Meigs, secretary of the de- Keith announced that the church
Program from ,each diocese. Significant bishops, clergy and laymen. I Ip. the! Lutheran I partment of evangelism for the 'COmpleted brotallatbn 'end

-." .. -. ,"." -..- ChurchMissouri. Synod, with florida Baptist Convention. payment of an air conditioning
Talking over plans for today's Layman Sunday at First'111lethodlat' Church Ills ,youngest a missionary at Melgs will also speak to the system for the auditorium. ;

are program participants Pepper Rodgers_ Bill Fleming and Bill Arnett. l What is Christianity?' Yokohama, Japan.. young people of Southside at the "14' 1

: The Rev Zehnder. today will 10 a.m. Sunday school preceding First Church of God!!

: -. also speak at the supper meet- the.11 a.m. worship service. (. ........ M Affiliate) I
Methodist Asks
First LaymenTo Holy inity Course log el the Lutheran \Students According to the church pas- Wakf,Smoke lick MwJ",
Organization 7i4J '.M.
r 'What.Is Christianity at t o'clock. I tor, Rev. Gene Keith, In his SIS '. Pt... r
{ contemporary thought Eich ,During the festival services a work. Meigs directs all Florida That question the topic lecture will be followed by a ,
was special sa1on
offering will be
Baptist convention churches' In
Present Serwce'TdtiayFirst : 1 .
of an adult class that began question and answer period..
Tuesday In the parish house of r Jj
Holy'.Trinity Church., 1U POE 'We' hope the course will help
Methodist Church today Ices will be UFs head offensive kickoff of' the Every Member ,First St. relate the Christian faith to the

will mark Layman Sunday as football coach, Pepper Rodgersand Visitation Program,.accordingto The theme of the course,deeper levels of human existence = only
congregation leaders direct and superintendent of the Flemng, general, chairmanof which meets each Tuesday'at' ,,'', said Ruyle. "For If our
participate in both the 8:45 and church school, Jim Bishop Jr., the program u well as today's -1:30 p.m., Is "Understanding faith does not deal with the
11 a. m. services. I along with Mrs. Fred Cone and speaker. Our Faith." In a aeries of eight deepest facts of life, then it 'is.
4 The church Is located at 419 Mrs. R. J. Hayes. A series of meeting to plan lectures the Rev. Engine largely a waste of time. w ASTRO-SONIC STEREO

tl NE First St. I. Bishop will'prutnt; the scripture the visitation will follow toda)'. Roylt Assistant Rector w IIIgive The course will continue
Bill Fleming, UF Director of win climax a presentation of the filth through November and all Interested
reading at 144: and Rodgers activities.! The program .
r Alumni Affairs, will deliver the at 11. Mrs. Cone, presidentof with Visitation Sunday, set of Christians that Is relevant to persons are Invited. ., "" ';., '....... / t "..
both services, with magnificent; .w'
sermon at i.
First Church's Women's Society for Nov. 8 and Victory Sundayon
Lay Leader Bill Arnett presiding of Christian Service, will Nov. }I. The 15th will also
at 145: and Aubrey Reece, give tIN. prayer ill the early be Homecoming ,Day at the .Hawthorne Baptist Starts agnavox t
the official
chairman of service,, M will Mrs.. Hayes st church, when the congregation I

I acknowledgement at 11., The event in Is all an Methodist annual the U o'clock: hour. Mrs.-byes will shirt,,,a dinner. on the Mission Sunday School I .. 'M'IfID.rn :\' '" J
Is WSCS vice president grounds.The .
I\ I( churches of layman activI- CI ; ,

Today's Layman Sunday at pastor at First Methodist Jhe First Baptist Church of nesia Springs Subdivision are R.,. ,m.r
ties.Also participating the serv- First Methodist also marks the Is Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell. Hawthorne is sponsoring a MJ.s10a .- Invited to the Sunday School. r
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1II\ 'II' Daniels Revival Crusade Springs a' ,:. p.subdivision m., in the two Magnesia miles Power of PrayerD I Glorious Stereo FM plus' Monaural Ftf/AM feadio l, '. i

west of Hawthorne on the Magnesia a a r Editor' III .. Astro-Sonic solid state Radlo-Ampllfl.r eilisirs' _
Springs road. "An articlt I III I produces 15-Wattsundistortod music: ,
The Sunday School is meeting rood told wonthing powtrSix
I To Open at N. C. .BaptistThsE.J at the Alvin Guthrle residence. like this: a Magnavox High Fidelity Speakers give thrillingsound I:
Mrs. J. M. Burton will be the b.tt.r can'out.git,a. you must hear :
adult teacher while Mrs. Lee lift' only with, ,
E. J, Daniels Revival Sunday School, preceded the.revival -Daniels crusade team) was noted Bates will teach children, ages a btttir 'lnn,. Fabulous' Micromatic Player lets your records 'last a
Crusade begins today it North week. for area wide meetings. Dr. toll, and Mrs. T. L.'Watson will life.' A, .'b.tter'Inn.If. lifetime-Diamond stylus is guaranteed for 10 years :
t Central Baptist Church with Color movies on the' life o I I f I Daniels his preached city wide teach children, aged 44. Plans only from can NO TUBES
cam Astro-Sonic
more than 500 persons workingfor Christ will be shown each night I crusades In both High Springs for the school have been under hard work to is the space-age: development that surpasses aQ :
the success of the meeting. 15 minutes.. before the 'service and WIlliston. consideration for some time after conquer'our tlv.., with God'.I achievements In the re-creation of sound! It eliminates'tubes and component-

I Revival Services for the week begins At tilt oran'wW be team a survey of the need for extension htlp The prayer outlier or laid tHort o half.h.ort.d forimprov.m.nt damaging chassis heat with solid state circuitry that is ten times more efficient

are at 12 noon and 7:30: p.m. Free airplane rides will be member John Bas and leading Bible classes completed i It ai good at thai conventional tube sets t .. \
Nearly 100 people have been given ill children and youth the singing will be bass soloist In the early summer non. at all. .Ht. liktntd half. \ {
assigned a pew to fill for each The Missions Committee htarttdntsi to towtrtag too +
who of
attend the
night I
night of the revival meeting..A revivalAt every' Lowell Llatner, with Edward the First Baptist Church Is composed ihort a rope to a, man down wr ...,...,.
Bean of North Central at the o well, Rtllgion It the someway
'! different group of people are 7o'clock of Dan Dugger, Joe Wood, 'If works IM wondtri only
used each night of the revival 7 each night a piano. Harry Baker, Mrs. T. L. WatIOn whin It aMt all the way, all
for five nights. On the closing special youth service will til Mrs. Andrew Whitney Is puck and Mrs Harriet Knabb, the way Into a mon'i wul In ....I'
night I Friday, a champion i held which Dr. Daniels will leadon a-pew chairman; Mrs, Harold The Mission Sunday School will on. of your column you laid < )'
much the fourwords I
tarn thing In ,
I "Pew Packer" will b' e' recog "Love." Courtship, and Marreage. Denmark spiritual a m p h ails be directly related to the Sunday : No faith, no powtr I 10
nized. chairman; Mrs. Ira Whltehurst School at Hawthorne. This NOd your column rtgulorly be.
An ill night prayer meetingon Rev. N. B. ,Langford, pastor;Musing chairman, and Edward endeavor Is an attempt to reachess cause It says to much tolimply" r
Saturday sponsored by the at North Central, said the E. J. Bean, choir chairman. where Thank you! You too I
no formal church may contnbutt to the wtlfort
exists and where the need Is felt I of many by offering your ttitl-' !
by the residents themselves mony. quotations qutitioni or I
comments, to Editor P.O. Box
Grace Church to Observe' Presley W. Pendergrsss Is 13, Norwalk Com: Copy r '
blister of the. First Baptist right Efcol This public ,.,vitasponsor.d $195"
I Church. by:, .--
Residents of both the Grove

I World Communion "SundayWorld i Park' Community and the Mag"DONT JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL HOMEFR

The Fr Eastern ConftrnpontitdsM.
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., Wide Communion Sun- Beginning the ntw Sunday Members of the adult Sunday GO THI 10PI"TiOO Walnut finish. Also I In steaming, Ebony-SUS.
\ day is being observed today at School year today, classes will class; families and guests picnicked -
Grace Presbyterian Church study In the New Covenant Life, it Camp Montgomery TwrishtUniversity COMBINED WITH VIVID 2CS s* In. MAGNACOLOR TV PICTURES: 'OE BREATH.
The Sacrament of the Lord's Curriculum a year-long series of list Saturday afternoon. ,Jute NW.sier.rk .Church..... i 311 S.: 'MAIN ST. TAKING BEAUTY. Astro-Sonic sound brings you the most spectacular program
Supper will be received at the lessons entitled "Tht .Mighty Swimming, shuffleboard and exploration C P. ...... ...... realism you've ever experienced I lit has such vast tonal'dim.nslon,1t
11 o'clock Worship Service. Acts 01( God. Members and of the camp grounds I "thunder" the full of can"whisper"or
beauty music.All 82.Chann.1 \
Rev. C. D. Weaver has announced non-members art Invited to par- were' afternoon activities proceding UHF/VHF Tuning, of course .
i 1 that his morning sermon ticlpata In this curriculum. a picnic supper. Here's now standard dependability,tool Solid state components in guarantied. :

I Is entitled "The Context, of Christian Education Sundaywas A "pot-luck" supper was held SPECIAL SALE 5 years-arid the exclusive MasjntcoJorSllver' Seal TV Warrantee guarantees servtet ,
\ Sorrow." I. observed last Sunday with at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S for 90 days-all tubes and parts for! OM year! -
; October has been set aside is general meeting the Fellowship Malcolm KIing.Su NW SI Terrace circulating oilQUAKER AttwI/ly .bat
Church Extension season. A special Hall, Mrs Frank Carrara for the Young Adult Case Mitt. 1. ..fist, assns.. t/fJinay hIH combfnoNanr 1o/a1., !
I i I offering will be taken next presided at the worship service Friday night, Oct. 2. About 91 t

I Sunday also Layman Sunday after which awards and pin. members attended and reported Why n < COLOR TV be the
I 1 -for the purpose of supporting were lamed. Children promotedthen In excellent meal. 55,000,BTUHEATERS: {
i and building new churches. | attended new cla..s.II' ;'The discussion study "Christ-- '
Ian Faith and Lift Ia the Presbyterian ,
Church," was Inaugurated
Grace Presbyterian Thursday night, Sept. M I

According to Rev. Weaver, this with 10-ytar fluoron. aQ !! :|
study session, designed as an 479M JI
Plans Informational fet on the fire pot andvapor
Laymen SundayGrace and Inspirational : i
i : session, will be held each Thursday rings.
night from I until I in the ONLY ENJOY UNSURPASSED COLOR REALISM tMafuvtx I
Presbyterian Church public Is cordially Invit 11 Fellowship Hall for an undetermined ...even Black and White pictures art r
will observe Layman's Sunday leere length ol time. crlsper.clttrerforautomticcuttflcircuitry ti s d
next week, .with the morning I $ 85 prevents annoyln*color tlntTv ",'
worship service at 11 a.m. to ; from "creeplnf In." And, the oV? '
be conducted: by the elders of vinctd circuitry Magnacolor Chassis

the church. WE BEAT with Silver Seal Warranty Is tee most t -'
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Those who will participate In Model THI4010 dependent your monty-can buy
leading public worship ire ColIn Thermostat Controlled llowcr . .$15 With Tone Control. Bonded Optical -
D. Gunn, Giles U. \Means MOST SALE PRICES Filter and al 82-Channel UHF/VHF K"" ,

x I Dr. Stanley S. Ballard, Ralph 10% DOWN Tuning The Contemporary 21,modtl, '
4 r w .
Beaty. W. C. Geiger and Dr. Oil Drum 1-U304 in Mahogany finish. :

f Joe N. Busby. Dr. Busby. will WITH OUR EVERYDAY
.j deliver the sermon. and Stand Select .Iron at witbuavarlet'.g ba.tthlhal. :
I 12 Months T. Par .cIIeIId It7I&Pnn b yseriltll st
e Layman's. Sunday Is being observed 55-aal.'. stttl, h trsiy HM Seat, sa4 yow fast '-1... m twj bosh.|as.stp.h,
In conjunction with the I LOW DISCOUNTS drum Many outer sizes and
reformation season. The protestant .i Sturdy steel' styles of famous brand .

reformation; said I standAll haters to choose from.Wt .

I Grace Church pastor Rev. C. D.I otr tubing necessary and Easy Term leak F.MKJOJ AttiteMt 0,.. FrUcys Til ;: AlM.TECftW: ,.
Weaver n. emphasized I lei J..n
meaning of.daily work and put fittings
at the heart CENTRAL
tftt layman again Qbtl
of he church's II!.. Grace Prey hF- lJ rill t oJ I \\0 nut JC lj n HEATING i

tf byteriM Church Is of the refonMd Sftft. .
tradition and Its offl..cers .I AA Al ..... *

I ,....... said Weaver, that AMPLE HOUSE 'IR BTIMATBC. : .

only'through tile layman's dally
o r y work and worship i can the B. Bohannon. Jr.lMM
Hodge ftr IM Ctetst Caste: .
I v church be. effective in Its min) TYV fat, >t.s/faatH.Ctltr TV,>ftfat
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IOMlkeDooflss Hopper appsart,u':herself .l..I. 1 SYM r ; (MIX A.cowboy takee ta I Surer Belt Skiing
-.vltl: 1 0 Moments la Sports in in eplsode,wliich!: vz ."m' =-1 1 .-.pk stWng In hopes of wto, I:. :New.ltistlall. ..'
I:. 0 NewicepeO finds .her trying 'to" ,per. : .t.. f.. > .. ''nicer. jk rodeo entry fee
I World ClvUlulloaIU suade Jed to .preserve f.. 'rli. "' Y.f t,k' .(Ct> .?*tti Nun, ,.ceeaapalier; G.IMr1Ne l'i i Carte**. Carpenter. Jan; .. _w.iJ S+C..\o'
,I : O (Color) News, Hollywood's heritage and .1:. .. ; l 0Jf (BBjVUJSK' 'lpethtAe" f". Sterling, Keenan Wynn. 0 NCAA FeatherOhioStatovs.V.S.C.
I Weather Sporti 'not tear down his movie !' !, .'.M'!Wt, ,,' .1 ti haUi r l'' hlrematk'rand'the Boys I, "The 27th Day." 0167]. .
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., "The Inheritance." ,' Gordon: K.a ., .,...''.'. i i J'E >11'Ito. .. 1DAY .Ns w.'Weather.
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, DEAR ABBY:' I"ama' }7 year-old boy. 'I live. with my sage to these ladles before my parents get here* Nav THAT'WouVE tfjgi Ocp/AG07 BMAyP3T>1E4tA ITBZ[NTIN w7WL rot.fGlSr XI. STAPE.eC'MS'THE O"IIYI(5Y

mother) and grandparents. Tonight at the dinner table, I EMBARRASSED A. II TASTED MV STEAK, FROM THE Eby Od y + NEVER/BEEN.I' ,
. said "navel" My grandfather said he didnl want to" hear VOUMtITNAVETHE NEDfSHc :wfudp.q' :arf ,P
. ; DEAR EMBARRASSED: Yon could give then the message w It .....
out, of me_ Believe me, Abby, DESERt?
any more sexy I but they probably wouldn't cover up for the Duke and ) rd ,F
about navel.: My mother LIPS:
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don't lee anything dirty or sexy
DvdMii Windsor. Pull your shades down and get an airwnditkmtogenlt. -
), **" is tift' ray .aids and. she Is getting tired of' my grandfather M
"-"You're dirty." This happens all the ,
f saying to me. talking P ,w -S' \
t time.MYIUggstlonaT'4, T T.I .,
Aaa : My husband I having heated .
I DEAR .and were a
"dirt" If there b ) Is .Inn w
DEAR,T: Pin afraid the ( say .
discussion on spanking children, f say a child should be spanked \
r.UMIf.&bIr'tI mind bat let mother handle
'.* year on his bottom. My husband Insists that a slap In the 1A
w.s grandpa.c----and-provBkt at few....complaints. ...... 7 as yea. can.. i o face Is much: more effective. He said hit mother used to 1 ye
I e' .lZAif r :slap 'hlm In the face and It.did him more good than U
ABBY: We parents are properly concerned about she slapped him on the bqttom. I say that nobody, not even ,
the safety of our children as they walk to and from school. a.child, should,.be. slapped.. In the ,.ce. What do you say*,
and visit friends outside their Immediate nelghborhooda. A'i :; : .. THINK I'M RIGHT HOWDY.PARSON FIRE AWAY,
relative In Omaha Nebraska, told ma of a' plan now be DEAR, TpNKrii" all ,depends. es what :pee want ta. accomplish I HAD SOME JUICY ELVINEY
mg successfully implemented through their\ PTA. It Is called ,, If. yyt, want to toinlt aid humiliate someone (even 60SI( FERVE.LOWEEZy-
t the. "BLOCK '>> A home-made lgn, "BLOCK HOME,",'"a' chlld'a slap to the l.re..W d. It: But If yea wish. U BUT IU COME BACK
V u prominently displayed in the window of one home in ev- ', show disapproval,' a spanking Is Ike answer. Personally, 1 I SOMETIME WHEN VORE
cry block. Children have been Instructed that this home if agree with yoa.. N. one tbwild. be slappedla .the. face fond WAN SNUFFV.
an Island of safety where they will be welcome should they' .any' blow ta the region of the head can lit dangerovs-rte) v AINT HOMES .a

*. become sick. or injured, or besieged by" monsters bullies I say, bottoms apt / 4
",* or dop. '(Each house must be approved by the PTA, of e e
*'! course) The plan costa nothing,'requiring only the cooperation r v'
: of good people who are Interested the safety of children. !- DEAR ABBY: 'Three months ago I' met a' pretty nurse '
U you tea the merit of this plan; I hope you will print and we have been going together ever since..She has lived ,
'( >It ta your column where Hi,will get nationwide publicity, with another man for the past'two yean-In intimate I
I 'and move: other communities to copy it Sincerely. but unexlcitlng (she claims) relationship She Is now dl- 5

.'...... LOVE9CHILDREN :ding ,her time between us:,She aajs she loves me, but biro ,
1 e e continues to live with this man She says It would be .h'l +

practical for her to move out,,I. am very fond of her '" ire eoNTna.GIIMa tw Aral TIIraI ANO trvrfir titre souOONT110L7
BEAR'ABBY! : Our apartment building' is so close to another want her to ,devote herself Completely to "pie., Would It OoYNe DOOR AND. ONE A
apartment building that you can reach but and almost be advisable for mo to Insist on her. total.loyalty and risk < T 'f10VER INN ae00. y0U/1/ o0uq 5'1'
.,s\ touch It Directly\ across from as are three ladies (all over losing her? Or should I knowingly share her and leave things veAL.LMYPp10M NIREA

: ,'40): and. their kitchen window' Ik right' across from ours.' .as they are? .Please ignor the question of morality. and answerme l
Welt, those three'women watt around making, their breakfasts frankly.-
without;their blouses on djuat( their bras). And they IN DOUBT
:' sit down and eat breakfast that way They can see us having l
!breakfast"at 'our kitchen table,:and they don't Make DEAR IN DOUBT: One who la concerned with HUMAN

I '..., effort to cover themselves up. :They look over at us relations cannel Ignore the qoestloa ., morality." Since

and' go right on eating.' We can't help watching the show. :morality,fa what sets is apart from' the belts, ,*;Ifd yoa choose
It's too hot to puB our'shade down. I've never seen any .
to ft I direct veterinarian.
I ignore suggest you : your taenlrytto a
thing like it.;And neither(has ray husband, and he's been '
} In the service and has .lived In Arkansas."He always 0 says;
o "My, what if we bad company" My mother and father e e e ,
cominar to,visit us soon, and they would die U they CONFIDENTIAL TO BENNY Jar There Is only one way
2:11..r. saw a scene like that Should we try to get the mes- t* break a bad habit Drop It! : '-
,.01't;; te:' t r .. I AND M/SS GAIL Howl AND MT nose noel THAT ASK OR.N10/1GNY
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n Robert Christopher, nn ti Andrews, Bill Smith, Lou KA6
" :HID (Color)'Living Word Pauline Frederick. Roberts; John Staley,, 7:. 0 0 Today WATUbGONTLSl/ )
y 7:N 0 Tin Answer Rellgtai 0 Twentieth Century Sheila James, Dick Sar I ,
1' 7:M ID Gospel Caravan "SAC: Aloft and Below,"' gent.I 0 Local Newt or (
t:7/ 09 Gospel leafs first of two parts,. e:x- :N a 0 Bonanin 7:IS O Ranger Hal
t. \ O Covens* Bryant amines the airborne diva M (Color) 'Thanks for Evftrjrthlng. 7:>> O Local Newt, Weather I IN
Y*Reports sUn h of the US. AI Friend." Adam I:N O Captain Kangaroo I
F 5:350; 1N.. George: SmafenlliMOLIppy Force's St rategle Air la saved from drowning by I U O O Political Talk a
the Uoa.N0Yoa Command Horn .Wilson, a handsome IN: m.Divorce dart .'
I: Are There f:M 0 News; Sfbrts,'Weather drifter who's; quite an expert 0 Bachelor Father I ,
O TV Cospel Time illllter td'I In dealing with cards ? O (Coltr) Romper ar
I:M 0 BMt. Answers When Gordon loses money -and women. Room. -
0 C r ri.Reap playing pool, Ed gets the O My LJvtaf Don ." I:M O Jack Benny !"Nwt'CANT AN-g MtAN-.fU ,
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r :31 B Faith for Today. 7:" 0 Rentacar Jones _j of dizxlness. Bob Claws 0 Cameras -. MOff IMKXTANT WNOM f
: O ...... Is The Life. Saddeoed: because the mlbgs. Doris Dowliag lliM 0 0 Color) Word for Mr wwoti urn
09 Catholic Hear ', widowed Kentucky Is >. Jack Mullaney, Herbert Word .e:
:N 8 Range VJJL ( ,'.pressed,. Ike xalla on MraTeaJtoro Hudler. JfInry '............1.. I 01 Levi Lacy y lOOMS
O Ckarch Mere Fu, .the-beat tJf. ,.., .... M:H 0 0 News lT II'NTI
O Rocky and Us marriage broker la Odd The last person In the II:", 0 0 CoKMtrtUoeOAatfyefMajherry MfT1Ree
rrs.4"u' town. Dennis Weaver ,world Joey would want : 5 t
spa nil WorH, .rlee Fri ...... for a bout guest la eccentric / Com Ol. Let's Beat .
.GuIlt SIIftf AalratoMaudeLastetbursts Oscar Levant lit: !'0 JrIndat. ...

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t ,.. Cardhwla station and demands the Invited) lor a, visit Abby

!:N e Movie-Science Fiction something be dons. shout Dalton Corbett Monica. O Elementary Science eoeesl 1 wort.. Nav. TNa 50..N.oee' .rr R C 1111 1 N11AeTlitwale
"The Fabulous World of the beavers that have Mary Treen, Joe Besser U:N O O (Color) SayS Whn ill ICHIN MOO 0051ua NOT A.a0Y.0 Mo.i'ree Arwat.IAw riNw/r/
Jules Verne. (11/1) Plr dammed up a stream on 11.11) Rogues Americans it Work M wMaj/ Mali OAwMe, Tlav,sravslAv rt/W cea u.rat TMa coo.aMA.LnAnNe l
O YotoNa.y wra MAlserYli ALLTNIaortefNAHNAY.
,stem kidnap 4 professor her property. Robert ."House of Cards. Tony O Lave of Life i uNruNeast wM.tow, rlNi// .,. ALL tson
and his assistant, who are Bray. has the task of avenging It:IS e Geology in j 1 T00K w Mtlwrans' '
working on n mysterious 0 Patty Dike dear old Uncle Bertie, UII. Newt
Invention. Louis Leeks, Tatty the Organivr." who was cheated out 01 ., 00 Political Talk, .D ytti
I Ernest ReWrt. Jane Zah, forms the UAFUM (The his entire retirement font >> 00Trnlh wee
L Marvin Halt (N snta.) : United Association for Un pt ,J. ndo1l'. moat elegant '" i
I:. O r...... BssjGraves ..... protected Minors) so that gambling .... Gig 0 Search far 1'. 1M

she and Ron can get a Young, Gladys Cooper, DU. c.... UPI
S:IS a NFL Today raise in their allowances. Robert Coote. Guest fall 0 Let's Speak .. I
I:. 0 Pre Football Patty Duke, Paul OKaefe, Includes Pa irk Knowles\ 12:11 0 0 Newt !
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"After 11 years of vagabond demonstrate animation 0 (Color) Newt, Weather I:N 0 CaM Lora TMHTANK' Tr OOwN Aaw1 I
living, guitar-strum techniques. U.ll0Mevte Make a DealS
ming Charlie OTlourke O My Favorite Martian ."Crew Dolphin Street" Sdrnco-AI EnYnnada
r, wants to get..back Into Uncertain whether' to re.turn fill) A young man sails 0 At the WwU Twms
Inching toMarsor atay en for the islands and tern 0 BtMsanWea. Gas
|4:.. 0 Danger Is My Bwtaeu earth Uncle Martin oV writes home, asking hit 1:11 S Nftt
Speed Merchant" Auto vides himself into triplets sweetheart to come to t:N 0 0 Urttta YoaagOrnaswertJ
racer Rat Crawford tells to .... a veto: lay Waiston. .... Lana Turner, Van
of the importance of de- BID Bbny, Pamela Nellie Donna Reed
sip and safety precauU Brltton. Richard Hart (Two Celebrity guests Ida week
Jim la ... canto builds .:" 0 E4 ...... < beam, II nun.) we June Lacfchart aad
1 \..' and must drive at Jantat- ,Dance .u. a Prows nnr"Hl RayBobjer.0HgB .. ataffniA
tie speeds singer C e a a I a Frances, Treason.1* (HID 00
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,, MISSY BuoAeLN 0 (Cat*) Yea "1. f
(MrgeBtwlWathbnra on Christnpher Cokanbustor nun.)
University (Tar his aJghVeehool dasa. 11 Jl 0 Peter c.. .S awe r light. 1 1y
paka.Kaar challenges theM 'JeetkBiphllllBistory .. Pha. Pall

wlaner lastwert-i ef hav c.a.IIII.. IpfOATMAad match between two time Queen .Isabella.to finance: MMrs.ee Mam0Ygl
winner Arnma State Cn. .hH bMorte jsBrney.Cflawnansny B.nf
verity TtBpe) sad lose e gn.grl/a University offrnjlliu ..... Adrian orders ':IS I a "" 4:N 0 Beat ef Oawrht0Ua.
8 Area Meer handsnme Petty Officer: i c7se --'d--. C4IUI0W i lift Beaver,
... ne .......' Blot HadJey to resnannDO + s .......g wrda e Mitts
[ > DioedaAi Maea- girls ta lops that tMChBasllia ,
pap! fI

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I til Goln.tTill. Sun Sunday. October H. iVo-1 I "4

I I Snow in Pa. Greek ProtestNICOSIA


II IIT 1 Inch of mow fell Saturday I More than 10,000 Greok CyprIOts SINCE; $S7 :
are expected to take part Sunday
PORTABLE on this western Pennsylvania
,; In a protest march against I /.
community near Lake Erie Although 1.
the SUN British bases on Cyprus. A British

u there are no official spokesman warned the demonstrators PROGRAMMING >

TILLEY I will be stopped If
records townsfolk laid it was
MUNICIPAL COUNT "WatHnglll" 1530 Nt 1m PL 1 ,. they stray from the planned AUDITING SHtYICVS
_. w. W. N_,... Pi p5 '.., 110. William McCall Moor,'tar Trail 'JIM" I a'.
Oct 4. 1N4 Park. Mdlng. 110. I Mm M. Mc the earliest snowfall in recent route ; FEATURING INSURANCE FOR
-.I0n.d' wrlttm plan of guilty/ Dm Oanaw loo NW Mm tt> tilluro la ym I SIlu
.. f embark, 3tl fltdd Hall, Illaoa right 0) way. IIIMm memory. The temperature ttoi KEY-MAN SrLIT-DOlUR) I
KEROSENE him '10. Dannli" W. Situ 30U NW IMtII O Ihaaly. ISIS NW Slit It,. Vienna's historic coffeehouses Rel. : ='If:
.. _'.... HO. John W. Dukai, Ida, '.1..... la ripen acclMnl 1 tM. W."" reached a low of 38 during the PARTNERSHIPTtfMttaq .
Trallar ........ olaoDyad Itop llgn, 110. I. OmlNi., 11 M WIN' laca. drlvlmwrong last heavens of leisure J7"'lJ1' ;. : .
I William I Doil.r' ...,'/. NW nth Ifipaadlng .. way an a SWw y lI,.... 4it
.... William I. Comta. 1541 John II. DuPrtart JIM H..._ drhIng > night. are no longer paying
NW urn It, diiobayad aatp ilgn no. wMla _Icot.... II M. Xokarf O.. f
Anthony C. Caaliano J31 IW IJth Itipaadlng vlo/ ON Mack at NW 7th A..., drank I
HEATERS I 110. Gto... I. lullarm NW : '
llth Road dlMttavad Itop San, 110. I* 11Narold D. Livttse 0-11 D.Ilwry" .
ward irown Jr* 744 NW Oth It. opaad"Xobart lastly muttiot' I2t, Low" L. IYaIS
p. mo NW Utn A.... noisy" _II..... oil.Ora =
EASY TO No. Rt TILLIY RADIANT HI ATI*. I. ......h.... III IW Till ",...,. L. ftatklll. : NlgK Iprlngi, druM,,; iSpecials
dlMtoyad atop Hgn 111. Mlchaal J. Wan OU. David Jonn Jr. WIVi NW tin
Py Burnt for 12 bourn with on. filling ..... Murphy A'... ._1.., lit Paul ....., drunK and diMrdarly' uo
HANDLE Tank capacity I '/< plntt. For clan ma P. Traitor IM NW 1611I Tar. rannd Jot II. HIM 014 Nl 15th II.,..
ra ,: efficient hoat Only. light" 110. Jaua I. _mora, 1014 diiardarly 1 conduct, US. Wllita latlla J I
.. Oil IW W II, drunk IM Larry 0.
NW trd Placa dlMOayad' atop .II110. '
N' F' 995SMOKELESS Philip J. nth* 031. NW. 14rh Avadrlvini .,. ratthar, U. ,AMIsS I5J1 NW Cnl,Itt m J Its,., NI Illegal Mil' aarkhg ItIIKgal .. P N.W. 13.thii Stmt
:. CLEAN without' / list' Donald I Cnhm Jr.. I S 521
CASH & CARRY Pryar J,., 1731 NI Till Plata, w... aarklng", N. Adtlah Oil.Tommla ,
NI '1. dlwrdaHy conduct
... Ing 110. I baler K. Puts," : High "t.Mulllo lam N. Francli at NW Wth Ava"Harry ..
diobayad road martyr III. Laniard
410 II md Placa 1 driving" anprlvata W.
Burnt 48 hours an I filling Tank property, 110. John R. -. .. minor 1 III POM.MIOH ludul." 111 af alcoholic Nv/ war' bnfaga Tar.. PKG... OF '8 ;v
capacity 3 /i qti. Long burning "; N. Main, It. ran nd light/ I'" MJ. Ann L. ........., 1IM I. Pam .

f. CUTS Heavy Duty Only. ..William.., caralato 0 McQuagga driving. 03, *1140. William NW Ind MMcMorrll hallanlc Drlva bavaraga, minor UJ In Wlllla!aawnilon: AtcCraylagua alalcahollc ""EVERFRESH"HOT

$ Jr.. 31 NW Slit If, ,...... ",.., drunk I2JLawK .
driving. IM Cyrma W. Laft, tar IW NI 4411. II. ] -
9 114
I. Camas
FUEL BILLS William M. L.., W&
CASH & CARRY nth II. '' drunk and dlMrdirly, IN. Hancnall AMcCain DOG
loss II 4th IIcaralaM driving 17M NW ITtn Itv drunk HiJamai
W Liach, Tampa. ran rod P.. Holding. 3001 NI '"' ....
M light, lit. Atbart A. Lavarda, J07 IW rod /Hghl HO. Marry II.. Onmamayar .
Many of these reconditioned hooters hove only lam |t.. ipMdlng lit. Marrlll, M Knight/ ran 1410' NW Wth 1 la ylawrlgnl BUNS .
turn 151Idward C.cl11.urN ,
40th AVI.
ion NW SIgN af Of. ZtHt ,
.I ., way .
L. King Ir 39th Avacaralni -
been wed 01 demonstrators 0 rt like new and fully driving. 139. Johnnla I. Jack 704 Iva Oraham.J, Vovlaa Hall. 7M Illagal NW aarklnft Ibid Platallagal ,IS. < '.

.... ion m II 10th It, ran rod kjhf 111. parking., M.CharM P. SPAIN. WHEN YOU BUY
Iu..t.oel. Divan Jr., 131 U .19th IIrm 20it NW :3rd Plata, na murllar, no.John .
nd light lit. Oaarga a Imiln.gar P. IcaM Town and Country' Trait0V i
J,. 1934 Oscar'.... A.... ran, Park. Mocking,' drlvaway, 57.71 N.ryL
rad, light' nd tig.light, 111.llnpham' tiny. ,I.Mlcanaay Iran- Naltan IM II Jrd: A...,, /faulty r 1
Bring your Tillcy in for cleaning and repair ran :: muN/M ,110.
nan Olintaa Pla.., ran nd Nptpa'.. ......... M. KravlH 711 Nl JIlt Tar. MEAT"t
WIlli. Iran Jr 31 II alt .. r
U Raymond Kaplan k
llagal parking
Paul H Caron 13113
rod light 110.
by GainttvilU't oldest TilUy dealer. 11 PriIsrnlly Now. Slack15y drN.way. .
NW 13th Avar Illagil turn lit. lanlamm 17." Nanp ChIIeI" lit. I, blochbydrlrwry

CLEANING, AND REPAIR $1.00 plus puttsj7GIBBS .Cohan, "., Alachua Vada D,. Crantord dlMtayad. 1S30 itraalmarkar I.Unlvarrlly 1121 NI' lit 57.10.Ava 0.05., faulty W..;.,::::. :, PKG. '
Ava., f.llura to ylald' right ohw.y ThontM M. Olin 3M II Hit A....

i dr/ving' 139 wl'Olll Mikhail way III Oavlb e d.JackwnvlllaMartin way it...,,. faulty Junior'rmilflar Iryant. ".Rt t !Illagal" parking'- 'T

III. ... Ollvar L. Auitln Jr, 309 $l Ttti WIENERS I
.... .
I. ., 0 Pratornllv Rownn N., -
., : -
nd llghf" 110. Ion A IwaMhlp III. 1100. 'C''U'.C'I"j' ,
par NW Mill Orlvai ........., 119. Purnun ;faulty +I;
Oran, 711 NW 13th Tar, "'"""'" ,.. IW lost Tara Strutting tntfla $1.55.II550eN1 .
'''. Richard: M. OraanwaM. ., M Pratir.nlty ., R. Idwardi WOT NW Ith Ay .,
Raw, ran nd light, lit.amard I ovartlma' parking 09. )any I" (LIMIT 2 PLEASE) ', '
W. Orhrm, 101 M Mtfi SI. 3000 NW J4th: Avg, Illagal :rkl. : .
111. Wllllo Huffman, Oil II ....,"ft.1,
ipaadlng Donold I. Jurat. 4 Nl lit
: JJnd Tar. ran rid 'light lit. Jamai DWalr parking' 111. Iruca W LawH. 1317 NW ::
IM NW Ind Awl., NCII'... driving 11th it., Illagal' parking, 19. W.llxa' ULlndaw "DEL MONTE" "FABULOUS .
I r HI Howard L. Johman. 111 NW SIN II 4th Avg, palsy' mult- I I.
.. /
Ith Awe ....1o i driving, OH JaromaJirinion lit, ni.Thomai. .
.. ., dlnloyid: llrmmarkar 'P. Moan III, Ml NW Jilt PINEAPPLEGRAPEFRUIT. ;
374-3405 HOi no drtvar. *! Ikama, 140 Ava., (sisal parking., U Harry R. Nalon -
; P. Adcatk, Rt t nd light" .
All ran 1331 II Ird: Ava, Daily mufrlarIII. FABGIANT
110 Anita, I. Allan, im: NW Hit A.... HMrt I. Rae Jr. old II Ind '
Z Homo Onwot) end Operated ly ran nd light" 111. llbart L. Ian, 014Nl Plat, naliy rnufnar 111. Carl I. Mla. :
10th II, nn nd I MM lit, Mat HI NW 14th Drive, Illagol parking, N.IM1.15Api .
thaw J. aanadM 1404 Rw trd AvoIllagal .. .Ihwan
., KINNITH GLUE turn Ill b'" M. J. DwW11r.mi, fag ., "
Mont ks.ar, Rl 1, Maiding, 111 mono, no ;.. '. llcanat, 030. Johnnlaa DRINK -
it RoMn A. Lundwall, tW NW 3rd AvadlMbayal Thomoo Iroakar, ran, red light, 139Coapor y G.-
itap slit> Nil Javcamarla I.' Rapponockar Jr* Slid NW IndAvo. \' ,
., ., OHidlng .... Warran O. Parim, '.
.. Tampa, cantaao/ driving, ... DanM POluawikl .
qi ', MO C. Pun. III ran nd
t light, 010
1 William L. Non. Jr.. Hi NW 10thAvo '
., following too clog '25. MlchaalMcoilllcuddy
nil NW Mm A... ,ron

rIM light 110.Mntancai..Sandrg M. Coo..... IN NW '
i lath ...., fallura fa yield right of way 46 oz.
WHOSE HAND 111 Paul R. Orlmo, 1711 IW 4Mt Plata., 39eahw
willful and wanton' nckliM drlvlm, 074ar CAN
W days Philip J. Ratthanmil IM
II 7th ale dlMbayad trait marker, 19ar
: -j,; I dayi. Urmia P. MOCK Rl, a, bnpropar -
packing HOorldoyi
John O Waists I IM NW llth It.,
Illagal turn W ar I days _loa J.
t Parlna, 4M NW 13th It., "driving' } o v.
tidies without fall llghti, II ir } dayi.anlamln ", .
P. Ooodan Jr 414 Nl IthAva !I

\ AT THE HELM ? ... canton C. Jun.au driving, ,114 ill NW or I 10th OayaIMhor IIfallura .. I' (Limits 2 With Ytur $1 w Men lad Ores, PMM| ) (Limit OM Wkfc Y.n:3 M Mot tttt Orr HMM).

to ylald right af ..,. Ill or 1dm
William J. Perks Jr* Ml NW '
Mth Tar., no ,Ie.... t... III ., I dayiHoward MONTE" TOMATO'
I. Huffmaatar IOM SWIM .
'_.'//:1.: It., ran red light 17 JO or I darn (tutpandadl
Ilila, I. Townand, High
Iprina" Improper Slat tit. ar I davi.Thomao .
'THE DIRECTION AND DESTINY OF THE MIR- J. lit... Hawthorn KnpraparWarran
/ 'an ;: lists :$135' 3 :ya. 5u0's ::
NW 43r< A.... 1PIOdI"I.
1 MUST 'Ill ar I dayi. J. L. L.Nnbyr.. .. NWI.'h
A... a........, phyiical/ pouanlonif ,
an auto whlia hilo>lcitad. UN orMl
HANDS OF THOSE WHO WOULD STEER A CALLOUS dirt and .,....'. HcanM rtvokad '" ', \ I't
hraa men1M.Wallas
1 RECKLESS COURSE Wllllami 701 II fttt It. drunk.
111 ar 14 dnyo. Irnaif I. Witkim Ills
SI inn '1., dlwrdirly' conducl (two
LYNDON B. JOHNSON aunfl, 170 tf 20 ..yo, aicapa I dayimd r '
r Ml ar It d',,. Harold Urong. oily .
HI aril dayiThomai .
." Imlth, 730 NW Std If, drunk
US ar 10 dayi. Caw P' Smith, 1700 -\:0
"' I ird Ava, drunk la or 10 davi I :
tear I. Plpar. Mlcinopy drunk. OISir I' oz. 14. oz.
/ 'VOTE FOR 10 days Wllllo J. McKnlghl tM IIth .1
Ava., paatty larcany, 10 dare ondat \
... ar M ...,.. John D. Waiwy. 10SI \ CANLIMIT BTL. :
JIlt Ave, driving whllo llcania. .. JI'
\ ...." 130 days and tw or M dayt.Jamai .
C. Ln.,""., II NW Alt ...v... "
Johnson phyiical control af an auh whlia Into" "
& : ( 3
Humphrey catad, I'I* *' *> dire it'd drlvaro IIlarma .
( da1N ...__ Nlra' "",.th.. J. C. PLUSEFRESH)
J m NW Oth II. dliordarly can-
duel 111 or II dayi.Davla .
.,. Jomo J,.. til* NW Ml A.. .
f muting' arrait. M dm and tit ar Mdayt. PURE" | .FLAMI'IIIr"
The Stakes Are' Too David Hall, 111 II in Avo. drunkIII 100% n .
High ar 10 ..,.. Purmon 0.... 711 NW
Ism Tar, dlaardarly conduct tat ar al
days Guns O. Janmngo *. 404 II MAva.
I .. aiockkif" drlvaway, M ar I daya.forfalturait ,
TlmothY A. Jonmon, 3 TOOtBEEF
f Pritamlly Raw sad..), IIS. Carl L, GROUNDS .
Und 111IIIMII .
Cran Jana 400",NW... ..ItNW"'III""b, ..
To Stay At Home On Nov. 3rd parking. U. tarn J. Nan, mIW .
Ind Ava. IHagal. arty" H. Ann .
t \ M. lorriain. 1711 NW Till It, maeaparking
M. IMiabath C. Ha.y, 1411 NI
.,., U.charoai .
llth kiagal parking
dllmlliad. J. T .....1tII. Or-
Democratic -
120 S.E. lit Avo. FR 23591td.
: .. ""
'M'M/'kgWiyl I.sawlur"J. Past. 2014NW GRAPES
WIll 51.. .1...ww" $ I mbar to tan
'td. ......-AIICII.. Ca. Danwerarlt Campaign CammUHa. mn. Palrkla arrli 4 I"'''' Martin, ta. Cnalrman a/alslil/ Cw.ragi$ M Ncaaadpr.ml..w

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I 89" 29'. : .

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ta i 'a r "MICH-Mirr STUAINIO '''zREG. :\

'f 2, "' z 50 EXTRA GOLD BABY .
rS ., I C:.
WIM MI. allr.a w 6 6..5"
Ihl17rrd1le. N a BONO FOOD JAM "

The ,tiA s. "CooOOT HAM SaW .

U. 79 "FRENCH'S" .

I1 fA """"'-' 0Nr
Coupa a> s OZ.
.... 1"
ThrLa' Oct.
| '
QuHtei'"Pt1 I JAR
; Magnificent t' P araM'i "SUNSHINE -

gyp1.K HI-HO CRACKERS 10 OZ.PKG. '29
s / .. .

Fleetwood Set saos LS SOIt1.EXTRA.a..Aw "MUSSELMANT .

Ec .... ".- .. '
, ilto" :: .

Y i,it's true!Over 1000 MU of mltraiee Qax SHRIMP "QUALITY DETERGENT" '
It _. 110..
and boMprinjs with the amine
550c.fA AJAX .L:33Twr.

i *epedtotlom were sold in the New York O MESS ONr e e <

area for $119 per tet. Your price ta only $ .... Oea .... "AIAX"

'$69.95 per set! "
.. 3Tk ..' .

; Rrm support. .. deepenalntertdf $59 gpStlNd "AJAX* 4 4 :

.# rrw '
r. .
V1R w a. .
,' iliiMfiil.durable damask ticklnt"gjiAlW s w ilt -ALL swot / 1

M that felt cant shin or lumpTfWii&t PALMIlToulOLIVSOAP I Ir

" I "s. ts. rtcst:

,t,' IF 10.} with white tap

F Ii.jt- jmlg1* |*,,*iMMMMi, >'* )* and I fresh,l.lr vent* .. WALKER" FURNITUREI Tt.l w... oat 1. :AT II'' z.2.1AUBARS : '

I 1 T TJail'lII a Joy a Lhe WIth-
Matching firm foundation box sprint N.W. ark A.*;" Phew R 1-4410

I .,+ w t .l f+.w s..,.... + a fwre..a+ar.. s /'P..Ss.Nl-dt'1.Ydr> M

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Smidey, Ortber 4 Gotovfflo SfJL .131

The Organizer' a Lesson I II IthFi{, ime UhtF] f$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

In Warmth of ,
Humanity"You (collection to serve the Duval:
I I Wins Prise County Public Schools. Prizeword Puzzle CornerLast

don't have tg be s Socialist working class. And their lack of the factory and the protecting In Print Show The Southeast Print I and ;; :
to be humane", the! knowledge about how to bring .
barricade of IOldiers'ahoot In Drawing.Exhibltlon'ls part ol '
teacher tells the principal' "ho I j bout a change is common to the <:crowd.killing .'young,, Kenneth Kerslake, University the Arts.Festival VII, which II Week9 ewNesviui lUll reiinweo CONTBST sus as ..
catches him
taking tip a, cpj.1
But wandering, bearded of Florida Assistant Professor
i a boy. The boy's brother, one of the leading cultural .. .M MSN w wNvNI' ti w..rllWOllo Pudic w NtN
And being hu and bespeckled high school professor young of Art has been awarded a $100 PriseicordExplnnntiof M wrl'NI' .IIN"N II ...... NI .... ...... P .I lie w.MIT P'S. will
events In the south and Is
) lection for ID. drops from a rail car \0 who he has constantly Insisted purchase prize for' his entry in in the new Jacksonville Civic staged T': ::-::..: :N-MN-=- .........-. ...... Ww
... ... .. ... .. ...Ir.r,1,
mill1 .
hand.injured rally the workers against management remain in school and get aneducation the Southeast Print and Draw, Auditorium. The exhibition hall -w __M N.M-e...as Nww Ie 'M.1W a .e'.e Ir. 1.N M.MdCM u .d wwM !sw wea

\ And being human A SUI\ in insisting on better so he can raise him- log Exhibition currently showIng las been redesigned to displaythe ".-L-we.w..M: uM M .ace M w ......, -MN Pelxe.
working conditions.As self above the life of an kilter In Jacksonville. prints and drawings and solo 'UIIU.. J", w' w. N11w ..M/M.. S wNV. P. : '
Includes CLUES ACROSS wN I MvMM sNS a.ne1
The competition a 11 r act ed seer .Vq
i sympathl ling i J''je' "The Organizer, Marcello ate mUlhand, then Joins the Mr. Peterdl win present [.! ... Jto
\( Mtetroiannl a depth of performance -workers in their tie over M entriesrom awards and deliver a lectu r e'American i CAFE: not uf. The asaump- w -
return to :
with ItalianmWhands .. : :: :: ::
10 states :. ,
"' w
Per lion there
that neither Printmaking that are
nor things .... .....
S In the and .r"a.
I "La Dolce Vita" bad factory.But I was Judged F spective" on Sunday, October M "the keys to It" favors r.M-....... MM fMMw
r early 19th cen- .
M :
Despite the drabness of living enlightenment, through by Gabor Pe- ii, at 3 p CAPE: more necessarily than M. ? IK. .t'c M wriMM :./,: AN .*S mum M w>
1tury.14-hour who work conditions and the textile mill I'the promise that the .arrested erdl. Inter n a- .::...... tab, since safe has no "keys. --N N .w eNa.MM .......... c....., .... w .. .....-
*. days, six-day weeks 'lid tionally knownprlntmaker '.... ':a.I, L tilt .......... P.IN.ellwa cuss. ....
:x have no educational opportanj. in Turin, Italy, the film Is filled professor will be promoted as and : 1 DENT not debt. A DENT, w.nl.A.T.I-4,ear :::: ::. a.,1w1.AN !

;,j..ties' for advancing thel\'latl."e. with a people-to-people warmth a political candidate on a reform author who1 ''''Bi -, 1 M a disfigurement "may boo J: :-: :,: M w N w e'', epee M
( Their discontent is Wl the There Is an overriding futility M PM.IN =.: :Pr4rw.r. PNw ..*..:..= evn
o( singled out five \\ : large to \Ignore. Regardless .. .
ticket and a trip by a ::::.r-- *IN rM5 N S w ......." ... Cr.1.
I\f genetaJdissatisfaction of the as the starving workers storm artists for the \. ..."..", of its size might .... ...
one M
Jaward. NncN.wM : :
: :: : :
fl young convert of the professor'slo .. The .. ............ :neither with "to Ignore. a why N -,, w .,- .., '' OwMnvN'1i:.+wM':IMM:. .: .:wet. :lie w J .,,:
ewhNN veto... : .. ::? a" pills
another town with similar purchases will Kenlaka I debt, nor be allowed to do to ww-Ny b Nw1M 1.A..

\ : 'lilT I problems fends some hope to served aa the beginning of a 214 NW ILIe II*'N oeNOW 'I U .-.472 ,Thus, the clue needs to be bet- e:..'=.,eve.,b..uoe.. Seu*. .M,, .. A1.5.1. Nh= eN PN111
mm m
MUST rive -M m w5ha
SEE! ONE OF THE BES1 the movie. ter qualified when debt la con s .
MOVIES OF THIS *ND MANY A YEAR! "The Organiser," which runs 2 COLOR HITS ;...... cerned. S l5. 5M IIfIt 1a .Nr N..1 tile r wN.Nine.MN N w'MwNR ...M..11'-n,'.,a.b. N.wN--MNd It a _... P11 N *...ISM.l.. to tilt

MUTloliMNI K sUSfMlYI >II lUtlllfUl HtMl YOU OW n T( Just over two hours, starts! today FIRST ARIA RUN gf T.ffVliillllIK t. DRIVER not drive A .. .
1C w..n t. whn5. ......... ,_
i YOUblU to IIIITI" .AMCM****.*. at the State Theater'and, IllS SHOW AT 7.00 eA .,,,-a.IK-,""".. DRIVER M t person "eier- -..1 ;: q--- .-d a Mw Mueoit MN pJPS MI5./.eI '.. aver e
plays through Wednesday. : ... .
rl. can. Driven re flee t '
WAllUITIL YOU SEE .TI! ENTERTAINlNfi san eAarsralSOPHIA "care.- -IL 511..N.N.uM s.. -- ... 11IMIe ..
.."u.uy.uverveauu.w.N-. r1.L. .u scares:
....'M'I VIVID/ COMPASSIONATI Diamond mining normally requires N
REN II. FEW not new nw la preferable .. :
ANt HUMOROUS complicated equipment, since there la no reason .
.* K TIOINNI nenir but the known diamondwas I-f- / .
ter....T.M M."LI r.. biggest BOYD/GUMntSS// why "new atudenta" shouldbe
AT extracted with a penknife backward In their studies.H. Puzzle ]No. 39 :
f o it lsesoIfa//Ii m.TDDAT:" I I PLUsMR1NO maywell .
II :5Sa WATCH FOR be Irrational" la Ills praiseor .

JIAd "WOMAN enthusiasm, but by deflnl Clip end Peste .. a 4. PeettdrdB
i OFSTRAW" lion, a fad la Irrational. .. '

', : wiilLL. ... 1gwN/1..ITVM4 MISINTiflON 11 SAW not aay. "Not enthusiastically '
\ /MP1rE SAW mora than he; LP' t [] riL
l .i. hlib needs to," yet, aa "one" may A WKE .
I -.- strain oneself physically. "En- .
I'l HOW thusiastically" Is superfluou .

II SUBURBIASTARTS I 5:05 1i00 1:09.. 1:01.91n I JERRY LEWIS AS PATSY THE for. WAN aay.II. not tan. "Complei 'i 1N H Ha ...

t COLOIWIM Ion" la the natural appearanceof a si A T :

.f! STARTS tcKGHT|| 7:00 LARD BURtON WAN.the A face tanned which akin la may set its be RaH n n ..

(( ....".__.-"00"WILIAI -' \ iliA AJIII" natural color. C R N
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case that "you wouldn't" wantto
" '''' '. i ulNalletm be amiable with such people
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\ EARRINGS links up better with o serlber and would like lo Sieve The Sun
'I -iiiI'_. .MI1ItI-. crsftsmansMp" There are .warlee; alette chick bee. Extra lonut see
: -2a4 '..ture- food earnings to be had at heme-dallverad mbKribtn. SN Rule Nc. aMaH

NATALIE many kinds of work, Itpolntlea N-

l'' WOOD to lay stress on "craft ..
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a rash "disappears" Its due ... 110.

t to healing; there'a nothing .
"mysterious" about H CNvCUKaUCItOMi HashMuse' t
CASH .la a clear-cut answer

= L Hash, sash and wash art far- M.iwwd peso I

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'; ONE HOUR MARTINIZING GREENBACKS DOWNS 1 Certain men might wear gaudy one on Informal -ice... I

1 PACT not pact. It la hardly lose \
7. Without It* -, of course any of certain creature "
I case of "misinterpreting; i
For' The' Co""enience of West Gainesville WINNERS Cont.it No. pact aa each," but of "mlslnerpritlng" couldn't.\ A maD live.ands speclal quaUlJeallaN II be good 011I. -; 1

one or more amiIMS -, .. You would talk
likely about i nasty ilain. with fluey
3444 WEST UNIV. AVE. H. I. Coppina sh. thereof. PACT Is a satisfactory sacs, a* result of dropping one. -

INS, N.L .5th. S*.. answer 12. Too much noise from a neighbor'. could natural..
t SEND not bend, mend or ly annoy you. :
SHOP-SHOP Alan Hordln tend. SEND yea. But setae It There's M need at an lo Insulting remark _
1015 N. W. 14th Tcr.; "cables" (snider the ocean) an II. Watching race horse being out of I stable fb> till

: far from "easy to" bend, mend track can be fascinating.: -
SHOPIN I or tend, certainly 17. Man. 2
CONTEST RULES I II. Abbreviation for. "Alabama." :
GAINESVILLE I. FOREMAN not f I remtII. II. Urge flightless birds. ...

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3 SWEATERS e $1.10 '.'.IIMe e ...-... N ..,. ton" them. FAMED la fully II..It may be that a brilliant professor a brilliant psi.p11. J

saUffaclory. Faked la far.fetch7. : ,

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3 for $1.10 even CHUT. Tho death ef 21. Hens .lay ..... '
No. 3 some obscure thief la hardly 8. Dry.., far Instance. : ..

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I/l'/ Your Child Eats Under' S hoQILunch Program I SPECIAL BUY I

I "ft *JT CLIP CORMIER fug to the tax.paying ability of get as much as six cents a some. counties further' reduce: bi'the lunch program.In School lunch menus were ty ((3 ONLY) '
|Sa Education Writer the county a meal more than the more the cost of meal to school children addition the milk servec I plcal of the following: Hambu.
What makes fast ,starts, has Certain small counties: may wealthy counties. la addition,I by paying part of.the'cost, with each meal children consumed .I ger, lettuce and tomato froze
I $,, quick pickups and needs the of lunchroom operations': ,,*!!!) 1.000 half pints of.mill t corn, bun, peaches brown I 1 e: WESTINGHOUSE
(' tax money sold for 1 cents each.: and milt.AIR .
| fpotter( to last aU day? I .
In the first month of.school w v
b, -a t i hungry a gashungry'sports school child. car, this year, Alacbna' County CONDITIONING AUTOMATIC CLOTHES WASHERS
'to'' schools served an average of
wing you can't teach a 11,000 meals per school day at a 1 V% f"VI A Colt in for quick efficient sir condition.
,q gry,child, Alachua County's monthly coat of about $110,000 KC P A IK Ina or MOttr, .Mivlc 9LB. CAPACITYFITS
Trained and
lie schools place a meal fit exp.roncede
Lunchrooms employed 230 Radio dlipofched trucks'
.:6 i )princess before each pu workers with a monthly payroll 0 Reoionoble rotti C 24 Hour service IN 25-INCH SPACE
f every day at lunch time. e Service on oil mokn of.
of nearly $30,000 fLA'M.ICAM;
or' the price of two or threebars Seventy-three per cent of all Ph. 376-0268 HUTING All
y" and a'.weet drink, children school participated CONDITIONING CO.
I I children get complete,,
lanced meals meeting all nu. I '
rittonal requirements for grow
tag-Children in their school cafe rs
terias. rdye 90th
?'Elementary pupils pay 30 s 115'
cents for their meal. High
School students, with a slightly .r
larger'appetite and a bit more WITH

of a food selection, pay 35 cents., 4r TRADE"Isn't
It'.made possible through the 9 '
National School Lunch Pro
gram,'which Is partially subsidized
by the U.S. Departmentof }
9 b
Agriculture. t SEW .NOW. SAVE NOW
The USDA provides money y ;

and agricultural commodit t 11 s ONE WEEK ONLY' it fun
which pay for about 25 percent

"of each meal. The remainIng j f RAYON"VELVETSCOTTON r to romp on a cozy ..J
It per cent Is paid for by .
the child. r i 'itlriM', r5' VELVETEENSREG. warm floor?"
qsY r
The program Is entirely self- :
supporting and the entire labor Healthful Variety 2.49: yd.'&2.99 yd.
bill for preparing and servingthe _
meals Is Included In .the Eleven-year-old Steven Murphy a sixth grader, ONE WEEK ONLY N'as
cost of the meals.In digs In school lunch In the cafeteria at Idylwlld
order to receive USDA aid, Elementary School. County school. nerve J4,000 similar ,, 20%. OFF REG. PRICES
each lunch served must con lunches daily (Sun Photo by Tommy I ewls)
lain the folJowln.lngrecllentl01. :\ f
2 protein (meat, poultry (I FORMAL DRESS BROCADES .
,'cheese' eggs or dried I
-J or 3 servings of
and or fruit of which 12 LUXURIOUS, LOVELY
be a Vltamln-C veletable'j COLORS. 45" WIDTHS.

must equal three- ANNIVERSARYSPECIAL
-1 serving of '

whole grain bread. I 1.49 yard.MEDIUM
-:1: teaspoons butter or mar. .
garine.V ,
pint of milk.
Telescope Bidders Club University conducts Story Hour
Desert Is optional, but usually : WEIGHT"KAPLAN" i
Is served Dr,Robert Hoffman will begin each Thursday at 130. Selectedand '
Managers of each of Alach his sixth year as volunteer Instructors prepared stories and movies ; WOOLS I
ua County's 33 school lunchrooms In the Telescope are offered for the boys.
plan' their ,I Builder Club. Applications l enjoyment.' FOR SUITS JACKETS
own menus tanks will be made available' ii LIGHT
but accounting and purchasing Keystone Club Members
the science SKIRTS & SLACKS.
through county
Is done the II
centrally by Mrs. Rita Keystone Club Ken Van
teachers and It the Boys' Club.
Matthews, of the ortwlck, Richard
supervisor will be Wednesday SpoIIlb I r I, REG. 2993.99
The first meeting -
school lunch on: the! Payton Rackley Ricky Neal a
program October 2$, at 7:30 p,m, and give your family a
staff of the superintendent of, Pete.Godey,"enjoyed and SALE 1.99 yd. .
Fitness A 1 healthier, happier warmer
school. Physical program outing recently I to Crescent _.'
"There's more to the program -of physical fitness will be offered leach The group is also working home with a beautiful, new I
than providing nutritious to.Boys' Club members on plans for several "Get -2ND FLOOR
meals," Mrs. Matthews said starting Tuesday Ocotber 13 at Out the Vote" projects under ,. Fleet. GeWs Shoe ,. ... fcH EiEILEROIL

recently "It's a health education 4 p.m... Physical Instructor, the direction,of advisor, Don .
program which In.Wlllood John Potochle, will be In charge,Urge '.. .
eating habits In children at an of the class. Basic instruction I --- : HBATBIt
early age" In exercises,' tumbling, wresting n..,
8IEGLER .....
the big built.In Blows SyUa s-
Tastes and trampoline will be offered 4 .
vary from school to du-v IBM Hoot TUDM that fin yog UM oomlbttmlrmclt .
school, Mrs. Matthews said, but as part of the class I of SUPER FLOOR HEAT.COM ta and
generally hamburgers are always Choir Auditions are being, ....far.dnnomlntioii Mt how tbi..awSiegler '
high the list, followedby held each ', IOCkiruitor 1 will piy fur IMT with
on Monday Immediately i' If you're : i .:.1 >1... the AM it HVM.REFRIGERATOR.
hot dogs, pizza and spaghetti after school for boys wishing to
loin the Boys' Club Choir under ,
High school students usuallyget the direction of Roy Wolfe I
a choice of the main.dish .Roller Skating Roller skatIng :
and dessert, she said. Is being offered each '' "J !"; j BUYLimited

Federal funds are allocatedto day and Thursday at 4 MOil'I''I' .. .. ,.,. .... ,
the counties by the State Department Story Hoar Students from Quantities
of Education accord. the school of Education of the

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We have Red Cross Shoes that feel as if ;mad for your foot Ii11iU .

-. JANTZEN SAMPLE j alone! We hove Sociolitn that put faeMonabl new tip
to your step! We have Cobbles that let you wing around
'I ,suburbia with daylong ease! .We hove all the Red Crow i ss&el!et
.. & Professional Shoes! Whoever yoU ore whatever

'you do...we hove |just style for you!
GIRDLES /elM wiir Inseam.
So come in and let M fit the figure of,your foot from our dIIIr...,

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Sunder October 11. 1944 Gainesville/ Sun 1C .

> ,, U.S. Controls Hurt Farmers, Bureau Chief IIl I If

By BUZZ MUSON to eliminate farm programs when they go to the polls In divided among the producer "And when the price of a product b known to advance,
Sea Farm Edltar November. "This would make for a comfortable peasantry if that's there la a tremendous attempt on the part of consumer to
Charles B. Shuman president In his talk to the economics students to McCarty HaIl what you want," Shumaa aald. find a substitute product" Shumtn said
of the largest farm organisation Auditorium, Shuman hammered at what .be considers the "Why la President Johnson keeping Freeman (Secretory of Shuman cited "the failure of Administration sponsored farm
In the United' flaws and fallacies of attempted political solutions to the Agriculture Orville) out of the campaign Shuman asked his programs" as being largely responsible for present low farm
States believes that If the fanner's problems and then gave his solution the market, audience. His answer to, his own question was: "Because income.
i' "long suffering" American price system of enterprise., politicians don't like to lose face. They don't want him (Freeman Ha aid the Administration currently has three "spectacular
farmer were given a choice Shuman's prediction that farmers would choose no farm ) out there where somebody could aay, 'I told you so."' failures" In government pricing programs: the wheat certificate
i'I between no federal farm programs programs over present farm programs came In answer to According to Shuman It li not politically feasible to control program ("rammed down the throats of growers", ), the
and the present admtn- a query during a questlon-and-answer session following his agriculture production by legislation as long as the United feed grain program and the "triple subsidy" cotton program,
I istration'a programs, the tola.The States has a Republican form of government. "which Is fattening the financial statements of the cotton tea-
,farmer would choose the tint. question was: What would a new Congress and a new .:'Wben controls are placed: on production each Individual tile mills with huge payments from the federal treasury."
I 8B17MAN alternative Administration bring (In the way of farm programs)?. The farmer Is hurt," Shuman isle Politicians are hurt by this. In suggesting the marketing bargaining system as a solution
That is what be told a aem- question was posed by Dr. E. T.'York Jr.,. UP' provost for' If they vote for control, they face retaliation at the next to the low Income problem Shuman said that farmers
bear of economics students agriculture. who arranged lor.. Shuman'a appearance hen.Shuman election" will have to accept greater risks and depend, less on government
1 1 and'professors at the University ,'In obvious antagonist of the present Administration Shuman laid that volume controls of agricultural product price programs that provide some security but. Insure 1
6 nit Day of Florida Frld.,. accused the Democratic vice presidential nominee, Sen. lion have been suggested as'alternative to acreage controls,I low Income. '
Shuman an Illinois grain Hubert Humphrey aa being "one of the major. proponents of but that this would be even more unpopular. "There Is a good potential market In Europe and other ,
farmer and president of the socialized agriculture." ,< "Short of a complete dictatorship," Shuman said "farm parts of the world for US. farm products," Shuman said I
American Farm Bureau Federation He said that Humphrey admits the farm programs have ers will not accept government control of agriculture: It can be developed and expanded tf the government '
In Intimated that I the failed. Humphrey'a solution to the problem. Shuman said Shuman said that acreage controls: and the setting of artificially bureaucrats: get out of the way and let farmers produce and I'
"long suffering" taxpayers would .be to spend. a set amount of money to be divided up high prices automatically: caused farmers to try sell those products that are needed and not what some potttlclan \ I>'

too, would do what they could among the various kinds of crops which In turn would be every way possible to Increase production. thinks! should be produced." VI
i' the.MoningI;

r, ., High Election Springs Has ThrillPackedHC ( Levy County Bustling I I

IrO <
As, W e See 'It
In Readiness for Fair
I By SAM >tteGAKVEY HIGH SPRINGS seeking reelection Three Incumbents to- . .

San Staff Writer
With aO the verbal brickbat !the High Springs City Commission -- _. )
face no opposition here -
dying now between candidate Tuesday In a municipal elec Beauty ContestIs ,
Johnson and Goldwater and
their supporters It it becoming tion.The :

V \ Increasingly difficult for a reporter 'three Marcus Hunt, t
to remain neutral to Miwork. Ralph Longman and Arthur 'Opening EventBy

Thompson an thus Insured ;...
V But although this li a national election unless an unprecedented .
tIf. BOB San Staff Writer
affairI lam\ a sense no write-to vote develops. Levy
lh'eatfrom County Fair Grounds will be
a city or coon-
ty election, to which I take no City Clerk Lou Cloutler said ",," ..'" a beehive of activity today wen though It'. Sunday
JUt other than reporting what no absentee ballots bad been ... aa tents' booths and carnival equipment pour, Into I
applied for. which to another Epperaon Hammock i in preparation for the Falr'a 12th
i ___ _.
i teal can report, though that indication that the voters are annual u opening Tueedey. I
V there ban been a definite swing satisfied with the records of the The opening event la schadu by the I pm. presentation of
to the peat few months Brad- three candidates ed for U ..m. Tuesday. with a the Levy County Talent Show ----p -
under, the direction of B, Ft I
( fed County Cram Goldwater to bathing suit contest at the Hott
He said the election officials .
Johnson. Back then the eentt- day Inn Pool In whkh M o) Thursday
i"ment WIt overwhelmingly for will be: Mn. J. A. Stephens, Levy County'i lovelies will ice. la white children's St
clerk Mn. J. T. Markey Mra the Fair when !
1 ; Uclpate. day at all chl-
the GOP candidate ai was evidenced -
In unofficial poll, but Alma Peterson and Mrs. "Bit" At a U:30 luncheon at Holiday .. dose will ba admitted free andLes

today the Democrata art organized Westmoreland'! clerks. I'' l'. :$ %! Inn INS Queen M. I ride for the youngsters along
with concessions will be half
and putting on a real The polls will be open at Virginia Reel will welcome:
drive for Johnson. city ban from 7 a.m. until 7p.m. queen contestants, photograph Ace
Undoubtedly one factor to the and voting machines will era reporters, judges and. offtclals .. repeat performance I li
trend baa been the strong leadership be used. _. I II echeduled: far the) Homo fjsjn'
j( : of Gene Matthews? pubIllisher -I Exhibits'will be Judged! at I g I oostrsUon ladles' fashion- Mow. -
and editor of.the.Brad- p.m. at the fair grounds. at 4 p.m. Thursday.Livestock .
County Telegraph who has I HomemdkersAt Miss Rees will lead the grand I Judging Is slated '0"

endorsed Job neon. r parade at 2 p.m. under the direction T p.m. with Leonard Cbbb Jinn

\ if not implicitly to n ae- "' ..' of Charles (D I. s y) Bites and.Ferris Roger officiating.

.:iOrd: of editorials attacking the Trenton :" > "Jti rhomas The parade will travel ..
policies. :! .. Noble Avenue through the
might be expected Mat Mia Kay Cannon 17 la stunned excited and downtown district and proceedto Poison
has not escaped criticism Eye Projects drilled following her crowning u Chiefland High the Pair Grounds.Pet Dog
'bdeed,' one Irate ,Goldwater tchoofa Homecoming Queen for 1964. The petite judging follows the ptrade. j jLeading
I ,fireman, blasted away, caffln By BETTY BUTCH' Mlaa Cannon was crowned at half-time ceremoniesof Cases Anger
".. a "small-time, smalltownirlslnformed the football game In which the Chiefland Indiana A faahlon show featuring the
TRENTONTo raise money downed the Dtmnellon
Tlgera 7.0
;' editor. 'Cavalcade of Cottons" under Cross
t for their annual state convention CityCROSS ___
I 3 Hford Democrats this the direction of Mn Pat Fell.
of the Trenton
.day are holding a rally and Future Homemakers of America CHIEFLAND Homecoming hit Chiefland with a er, LetCounty Home Demon- CITY' -tn. eltlaens Parade
b i fry for Johnson strengththeir bang Friday as the city turned ,out for a parade anew ration Agent Is scheduled for
decided to sell In have banded
have ballpoint Cross City together
1 drive for toy queen was crowned and the Indiana downed the 4
victory Models will be ladles
sans but the Goldwater force: pens Inscribed with the school Dunnellon Tigers 70. from p.m.Home Demonstration clubs and offered a tW reward Miss Virginia R.... 17-,eer-old INS Levy County \
and for Information to Pair Queen, will lend the
emblem name. The football climaxed leading grand parade through
not Inactive they plan thrill-packed game was at
aa the
organisational meeting In The FHA member also plan halftime when Mine Janet Hudson 1963 Homecoming throughout Highlight of the area day comes .t the capture and conviction of VYIIIUton to the Fair Grounds T.....'. Virginia. will

_arke tomorrow night to sell dog-shaped C h r I I.tome Queen crowned. Miss Kay Cannon Homecoming Queen R peen with the queen contest dog poisoners. relinquish her throne to ear of 24 Levy Joy,,,,.
[Over to Keystone Heights, card holden u a fund-raising for 1964. ------- under the direction of Mra. Publisher 0. K. Jonas said opening

rd In other sections of my project' 'The petto 17-es old beauty land High marching band and Louis Roberts chairman of the I sees person darted$ to tilt

|*e.. it to a different story. AcArding FHA officers this year 'Include la daughter ef Mr. and Mrs majorette. contest committee Mr. and reward pot but wished. la remain -
to an observer to Key Norma Slaughter president Calvin W. Cannon' Chlefland. Winner of the float contest Mra J. N. Hale Mrs. Nosh anonymous. Other dona- Hawthorne Picks

tiBtone. !the sentiment there is ; Kate Douglas president. Sill graduates from ,Chiefland was the llth grade with a "We Lan,. Mrs Qulncy Roes and lions brought the reward money .
t evenly split .between.neon elect; Carol Capp..lICI'ItII7i High School: this year and Is a eat tiger f I. k e lit theme In Mra Mash PewelL Nick Nlcb-' to Its ereeenl mart "
o h and Goldwater andy Polly Nicholson treasurer member of the Beta and "C" which Miss Irene Griffin was olson will host the show as meter Jones said anyone who wishes Weekend
prediction to termed a Karen Bennett parliamentarian Clubs and.la txaputo of the featured shoveling bits of choppe&up of ceremonies. es parUdpate to budding up 'Queen9HAWTHORNEConnie 3
cheerleadersRunnersop. tiger Into a hugh cereal the reward may drop their donations
Morton. Climax
; AIda Thomas ( of the evening will bathe -
In) Union County there tong Vice presidents to charge offtI'IouI to the queen contest bowl.. moment Miss Virginia Rate I. off at me >"Advocate"office.
for Goldwater The lath grade was runner-up Ha said someone may
of work Include Miss Karen Resume llilMUlfliff IIIr crown 10 MM
phases FHA were and the seventh talk the reward Knabb a Junior si Hawthorne .
while Ray PonD of the grade took a gals high
? and Mass of M beauties holding .
17. Sheila Moody liMra young
Betty Carlton degrees r
hkm County Tunes has not en- third prize Intheparadeoffloats. enough. High Sebael 1, was towedhomecoming ...
!the GOP candidate ba Naomi ,Vlckers, publicity; Pat Gladys Merlwet h e r their breath to anticipation The nab. ef poisonings .has queen of bar ;=.
shown to various editorial Watson, projects Betty BUtcb. waded up", the queen'ceremon- A dance to the school gymnasium Joan With Rosa the exception of Miss taken the. lives ef II dogs to school during weekend featl*
program of work: and. Mary lea. sponsored by the Student Cedar Key uponoozed tilt here.
toward Gold- the three weeks. A belonging
riots a leaning i past pat
I .
by the Island Hotel In
Ann Baas, recreation. Other half .time ceremonies Council ended a day
Mrs. Lee Malhle
I. The FHA sponsor this year ts saw seven member of the class i ed with and Cedar Key an the contestantsare MM! Knsbb daughter of Mr. I
Again to High Springs Gold- suspense the latest victim. .... MathWdog .
ancIlC... David Knabb receh
has tochid-,Mrs. Emil, new been..conontIcs : CII 1M4 honored to a ."roD back Mont for student and old pact-I from WUUston died bat Twasder nlfht ,
ter good support i -
the The girls and their ed her crown from PrincipalJoe
teacher. routine the Chief- alike sponsorsre.
the editorial support of ElM : Mrs C E. Sbtpnard toat three Wood during balftlme al =--
to the High Springs lie, dogs to the pules ,.,.. One ef the Hawthorne-Bronson feel --
Betty loa.Pettry.Pylb' I Is s
based primarily on ... uteri; AM Hunter Senator the dogs had less a family pet ban game Friday atgM.She .
e' spending by the federal FIoridnFF for 11 years.Mra. .
Attending Etter fiber Paul Gardner
said was presented with a bouquet
THUsMliL Sheppard dw potmm -
WlUlston Lions Club Beta
far as the state to con- ; apparently picked theft of meet by !lad yeor's 1 -- '
...d. there Is aba a swing. WMtobunt. Service Dry Cleaners tcttmi 111 advancer flTlppild homecoming: queen, Maybe,,1. ....
National Convention in Mo.KANSAS Cornelia Bowmen, Willis-
; Glass.A -...
bard Johnson, despite the ton Junior Women's Club Car the poisoned mat M OM y ode .

[ that to tile past three preelections dye Mllllcan I l Scarborough at night. The dogs were net theM record crowd at the game I I

tlal the RepubUi CITY Mo.-MarioBud i have won. ( ) Riviere of A l II e III s. States regional winner ta I Parriih. Grier Wells and Ronnie riett McCarllCad's .... but were all family pete: she celebrants had even more to
I week, en Manmhatoner meeting Doyle of state president of the Future CQeMCfVfltlBal wart Prentice. This team also and White Market; Linda Pow.ell added I cheer about when tae game. endEmergency 11I&II it.d t
net Farmers of America will head win be at the convention. WUllston Gas Jaa I
; Caj( .
The Bradford PTA
him what ,
tteve, we asked around M Florida Chapter I" with Hawthorns defeat Is)a1
thought wffl happen to He- ap group Starke will he represented by Other members ef he Santa Golden Ceatral I rierldaeaaut 111J.1t.. '
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.. O Jfro fork' "CTlmri I period must be divided Into two out of C.B.S., chiefly because of schedule,. Immeasurably Improved deftness .0(/ schedule' In this spite all the disclaimers. to the The peril Is that there now works might prove a blessingIn
By JACK COULD parts. Over-all there has beena the former's willingness to preempt lte"production values regard. But'thla season A.B.C. contrary? may be a new and fiercer race disguise. U similar each programs other

NEW YORK AH the new' lack'of 'distinction and originality regular programs in the and aimed at the Jackpot the unveiled nine situation comedies For A.B.C. the heady reward for the dollar and the rating are pitted against will wind In an
shows In prime time Interest of varied viewing, with point. The contagion of perhaps they up
have competition
now which la distinctly disap strong C.B.S. audience position. to Columbia's\! seven has been seeing two or three of unsatisfactory deadlock and
i had their debuts, and in A.B.C. still a third. all to easily can get out
many pointing. But out of the generalization The viewer In And for the first time it its shows turn up In the "top there will be a new premium on
; ways it has been one of the most Important was of hand and. If the goal of one
must be plucked qualifying How A.B.C. will fare In the 10" while simultaneously the doing something different in
most significant In television Is the A.B.C. that with the network Is to knock down a r1'val' -
seasons came
.: several young person up ,
entertainment C.S.S. of last and
specific: in terms of pro- ratings will not reigning success terms of experimentation
yearl. Behind the bewildering -graming initiative. A.BC.. has be known with any meaningful of an age up to the early teens; clear hit of the season in "Be-, year, "The Beverly Hillbillies" standing rather than pro- higher quality within existing
the results
deluge of situation comedies come up C.B.S. has slipped and certainty until December, but the networks are convinced that witched. Moreover, it was hu tumbled from its preeminence gram patterns.
lIe the Moore who the would not be pleasant con-
makings only
of a major spawned
the National Broadcasting Co. even without any figures tt Is he exercises strong control over After 20 new half-hour situs-
heaval In Innovation in the template.Yet
TV's existing structure some seasons:
has stood still. Lest such a apparent that American this the television set up through lion comedies this season surely
fascinating its serialization of "Pey The Immense resourcefulness
competitive nighttime
Judgment be a misleading over season has represented a new the programs starting at I p.m., the viewer indirectly may the saturation point must be
and ton Place. The of of C.B.S. of Is not to be
libations' fraughtfor simplification it must be em competitive force of formidable which Is I o'clock in the cen- adaptation course benefit from today's situation. at hand for this formof
the viewer. the Grace Metallous novel Is underestimated, no doubt there particular
phasised that the comparison vitality tral time Bone In the past TV excesses stem
Basically this Is what Is happening certainly no ornament on the will be scheduling changes and program
applies only to the so-called med In part from Imbalance to
: ; the American, Broad- bread-and-butter entertainment In what will stand aa one of The basic trick u early evening schedule but the soap opera Is other remedial steps but there In abort, the significance of
s casting Co. hu put on a surgeof schedule, not to the total pro the more remarkable recoveriesIn TV programing Is to hold exerting a strong hold on the Is 110''gainsaying that A.B.C. competition I this fall season lies not so muchin

effective showmanship while graming effort, which also Includes show business Leonard H.GoldtlllOD. the child yet not drive away the audience and reflects the A.B.C. has shaken up viewing patternsfor Actually, the factor that now' what can be seen OH the
the traditional pace-tetter, the special undertakings and president of the adult Situation comedy games belief that viewers are far more the moment and that the stands out more than ever lathe screen as In what the premieres
Columbia Broadcasting System, affairs. A.B.C parent company, and and adventure are prob.blythe restless and eager for change close competition as to make overwhelming sameness of bode for next fan. Change Is In
has bid one of its less successful : public Thomas W. Moore A.1.C.IeIe- most successful formats and than the schedules might Indi totally meaningless all talk so much of TV's programing.But the wind. At which point a viewer
premiere seasons. For the best diversification on vision network president, did an C.B.S. for some years has been cate. Is there after all an audience about first,' second and third here mote equality In the might voice i silent prayer:;
Evaluation of the premiere the evening time, N.BC. edges almost complete overhaul of its without serious challenge In the for realistic drama, de- positions. I audience sizes of the three net- why wait until next year'.

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I Yonge Chatter Cane Notes Child. CHORDS. ., \ 'f. "


Comments EvangelismObservation a And Discords

past week P. K. Tongs I ,red by Miss Pullen will meet ,

was In session only three days. and elect their officers oa October 'of National BY TORE RICHARDS

Thursday and Friday were labeled J*. By CHRIS POOLE Child Evangelism Week In this ... .
: as Faculty Work Days. Ge Homecoming la j Just three area ends today according to 0 \
Ing up early to attend I convention -weeks away, October 30, .t Mfa. Donna Bell director ol Friday morning October 2nd ward Troupln was even better great energy. Then she began
in North Carolina war the which time we win tackle Ad Child Evangelism Fellowship ol at 130: a. m., Mrs. Estelle than the first one. It. Is in- on the Chopin, and now revealed :
'line of duty for several tuck-mlral Farragut Academy. With Homecoming I acanj with teachers. The first "night" lachus County.! The theme has Carson's Sib Grade class in the poulbll'to describe these fast the personality that has won
ers. Mrs. Snow, Mr. Huber Mr. The homecoming slogan submitted -I two weeks away. preparstlone was held for periods 13. The been "Forsake Not Our. Chllren. flying movements and do Justice her fame. She not only understands
Hanna, Mrs. Calhoun Mri. by Robin Richards, Is for the great event were Ljgun second "BacMo-Schoon' night ." Stephen Foster Elementary to tbeni:. The Sonata in'A, Chopin, aha loves his mu.
Crockett, Mr. Sowers. Mr. Murphy 'Admirals are washed ashore last week. It was announced on will be held November 2 for periods The local Child Evangelism School gave a musical program Op. 12, No: 2 was delightful sic with a great love and poured
and Mr. Jukes attended this as Waves roll on for 30 mor."I Tuesday that CHS senior Sue 4 a.Finally. Fellowship Committee with I on the subject the students throughout, but the last movement herself Into Its i Interpretation

eonventlall.'Several traveledvia this year being our thirtieth -,Shepherd won the Homecoming .hare are several oteph HIlTas chairman, provided themselves, selected "'.Ir Allegro 'plncevlole with with passionate firs. The
Jeep and arrived back about ai a school. contest sponsored by the small Items of informltlon.la'ibbler"i church bulletins to area ism." Mrs. Helen Wallace music the highstepping'staccato to first movement of the Sonata in
e 4 '.m, this) Sunday. Bet they The core ,classes) and 'Glubl.re oounejl. Bet slogan was the CHS literary churches for one Sunday of the start with and the sustained violin B flat minor was alive with feelIng -
J bad a lot of fun writing cute skits 'for HI-I. a Make Detail of Chalk club, Is till accepting compost-- special w.., and presentation teacher for the school led the Scherzo was a flying
Monday of last w a e k was a Tide and everyone Is encouraged -nooga'a Big C". The 'Canes lions to be Judged for membership 01 t CSV work was given to sev- the singing from the piano, and solo with broad enveloping flame, the March f..a Deb r e
black day for the Seniors, u to enters specialty act of tackle the Central High In that organization. Students eral churches In Gainesville generally supervised h\ but the chords from the piano and endIng weighted down with sorrow, and
with both with
the Senior School Purple Pounden from may submit their writing UMttErs first combining she fairly hurled herself at the
they spent day taking -some type. During 1earof students did muck of the plan the of high climax
Placement Tests. Results! The National Honor Society lean Chattanooga In the Homecoming to Scribbler'spresident Judy service In Alachua County -' sweep tremendous finale. The next
j should be In before the first. of organisation which encourages -contest. Block, homeroom. M or to the srr children were ,enrolled In ning. was splendid music. number the Scherzo of OpusIS

December.. I high grades and leadership ode selection;of a slogan signals boa marked "Scribbler's" In lorna Bible daises, called Good Tommy McCaDum via an etceUent > The second Sonata,-In G, Op. was played with the same
Language clubs are orpaltteyeaend among studenta. Officers In the start Homecoming A-S Applicants must and have the a"B" Newt Clubs and 1-Day duos. M. C, .The ftrat song 91, war on an even fuller scaleIn emotional tempo. Then In answer
planning projecto for' our school this year are: Rusty activities Service clubs and average October In English 31. National Chill EvangelismWeek : was "This\ Land ia\Mf Land.1followed dynamics and the endless to the tumultuous applauseshe

1 ,. The Franca Chub with Marcus president! Lea Chops. other organizations will be deadline Is who have not pickedup In Florida was proclaimed by singinf and Pledgeof variety of lovely melodies l played as marvelously Cho-
Miss Pullen ai sponsor, .Itas as vice president; Debbie Bowers, readying skits floats and other Seniors and or returned proofs to ed by Governor.Farrls Bryant Allegiance to the'Flag. Herbert reached a high point In brilliance pin's A flat Mazurka, the Revolutionary -

'r officers: Sue LewlrRvies, ; president secretary; CecW Mordant. taw Ungs which will culminate in Marable Studios should! do so Carver told about Frances and doubled power In the Etude and tile Waltzin
; Tony presi urer.UNDERTOW..Seniors. Storm' Warning on Thursday Immediately.\ Failure to act will Group Worki Scott Key and everybody sang'. last movement But the climax A flat She must have practically
User Imaerlia! .. enjoying The Star Spangled Banner. of the evening came In the
dent; night, October a and the game mean no picture m the IKS played her heart out
t tary; Marjo......., treasurer off-campus lunch privileges Itself on Friday October 23. At Hurricane.! followed by a quit. The questions C minor Sonata. From the start but It was a great performance.Jane .
It f Charlotte QfflaL historian; Barry Beumttsln and the October I meeting of the Publicity chairmen for organizations To Establish were made vp by'the one of the Allegro with the violin -'
,I Maria Cuenod, chaplain! Alai Rusty Marcus can bo teen with student _lieD, It was decided art urged to submit any ( who read the number, and ha riding a fun them. amid a Sterrett was the guest
SciammareUa photographer red and black spots on the head that the Homecoming queen will news they might have for the Church of 'God selected the ones to answer shower of supporting piano soloist at the first meeting of
Spanish Club will be directedby from a sleep teat bay are talking be crowned at Storm Warning next Hurricane Herald to A-U them. All the quizzes were well notes, building it up through the the Gainesville Music Teachers
fa : Jack BlUnt, president; Johnny at the University Medical Instead of the game aa it has or to Chris Pooh homeroomC2 A new church Is In the first done and had iota of good answers Adagio, some of the most beautiful Association Wednesday night.
Wersbow vice president; Center. Bobby Mines and Mike been done !hi the past. Queen no later than Friday October : stages of formation in CslnesIlle. from the class. They sang melodies In Beethoven combined She sang with much style and
II Linda LaiUnger II cr I t U7.I. Meeker also took the test Sorry candidates were busy getting H. "0 Columbia, the Gem of the and tossed back, :rnd beautiful tones, a Solo Cantata
.' treasurer; Marsha Hosklns, historian our quarterback, Mac John- namea on petitions last week., Here Is this week's calendarof Called the First Church of Ocean." forth. With the fiery power of Quando Amor Vuol Ferlrml by
; Mrs. Squires and Mr. ton li In the Medical Center The deadline for turning In the Vffltii God, Anderson Ind., Affiliate, No HI on the program was the Scherzo and the sweeping" Alessandro Scarlatti and Five

'I Rivera, sponsors. with I broken knee. we an petitions was Wednesday.New I Oct. 12 Scripts for Storm It meets presently each Monday "The Flag," with a floe quiz scope & the Finale It war a Vignettes by Alec Rowley. Dr.
: The Latin Club, also spon send our best wlahta.r. members to initiated Waning due. night It 7:4S: at the residence by Kathryn G.ltanle'.and' the magnificent performance by artists Sterrett played excellent ac
Into the National Honor Society Oct..13NHS, meeting.Oct. of Robert A. Burford. : IU NW song, "There art Many>flap who felt and passed on to companiments.
were tapped this past week. The : U -. NHS Initiation I 7th Place: ":"" 4 "' In Many Loads. .".. j> us an! of Its beauties.

a > BuchholzBuzzes formal induction ceremony will p.m.-I.JO: Taped skit for Storm Presently leading the services ., DevnV'Tower: discussed 'the"Sitiuetf .vThe Lyceum Council present Trusteeship><
;: jlc1 be held on Wednesday October Warning due from 1:30-7:30, one Is JUr.-HensrABenrwln.-wmi Liberty" -using the ed the acclaimed Polish :
r. 14 at I ... In the auditorium a from Florahom k young For ,RR
p. skit every 11 minutes group help mike with real skill even to PIanist' HaUna Sledxloniewska, Okayed
.d Students who have questions regarding Oct IS End lit six-weeks, ing to establish the. new matte his quiz They sang "Give Me in the auditorium Tuesday .WASHINGTON:"' (AP) The
NHS are urged to lee gation. .
period FHA meeting. 10th grade Your Tired Your Poor." Cer- night. The artist uses excellent Interstate Commerce Commis-
ge Mrs. Marian BusweU sponsor elect class officers Anyone interested In the new
class meeting to ; etha Worley talked about the
technic and superb skill In performance sion has approved a trusteeshipfor
,In TA4 as soon as possible.On church contact Burford al
Our first month of the school Looking at the mora (nth period) STZ-TtN.may Liberty Bell and after another She handled Mozart'aFanta11n the Pennsylvania Railroad'sstock
1 bJ J7 term has been really hectic for side of school life, after Hrlou'l October 5, CHS had Its, Oct II Conference. Day; good quiz they sang "1 Lib it C minor with expert In the Norfolk & Western
both faculty and student body.S4 ering from the I first annual "Back-to-School" Gator Growl. Here," and concluded the hour skill and delightful little whim Railroad.
In the sports field the Buccaneers achievement tests the student night. At this time parents visit Oct. 17 UofF Homecoming Finley PTA Seta, program with "Grand Old sical touches, far beyond ordi- The ruling announced Friday

first two games prov.i body seers to have settled their children's classes- \ meet Keyette workday. Flag." Much good sound sense nary. She took the Beethoven clears the way for the merger of
] ed to be rough and tumble down to the regular dally routine Monday Meet was shown In both articles and Sonata In D flat Major opus 31 the Wabash Railroad the Norfolk -
td matches that have provided of "cracking the boo..." quizzes and the singing win very seriously as one would and Western and the Nickel

JIll fast action and plenty of excitement ..1 Student council representatives Bishop Bulletin Carroll Fogle will give I talk vigorously but seriously done, approach the great Master. She Plate Railroad.
for those In the, have been elected and officers I on mathematics at the J. J. Flnley with good free voices-, knew every slight twist and The ICC approved the merger
I, bleachers as well as the boys on will be chosen soon. The Elementary School PTA The second Sunday afternoon turn of the four movements, was July 13 with the condition that
the field I top honors for the magazine Following our Student Council Mr. David Boomer p, E. with meeting Monday evening. program on the Sonatas of completely In control of each the Pennsylvania dispose of its

.The upcoming game with drive, sponsored by the student I officer elections, were the selections Coach Rivers; Miss Frances The meeting will start at ':JOIn Beethoven, for Piano and Via new situation and ended the I holdings in the N&W and the
Bishop on Thursday ought to council, went to Mri. Llmx.mayer's of Student Council representatives 'DalzeU with Mrs. Potter In P.E the school auditorium lin by Willard Brask and Ed- Presto at a plunging pace of Wabash.
72. For odd 1
some reason There have been several
new -
entertainment for aU
provide from each homeroom
} football fans young or old. seemed the slack Ith and In Mi their graders sales Elected for the 1N4-M students enrolled since school
I Special recognition la due to has begun.' The Ith grade now !
manship. Math and science school year were: 7.1. Margaret Rugs Rugs Rugs
t. has Brewer Carol Murphy
cheerleaders Jackie Legget
1 our > ytlor clubs art also being formed Tu atoll and Bill Hunt; 7-1 Terry .
B. J. Martin Judy Cow and Janet Nettles New Ith
Andrews and Steve Mote
and F. F. A. and the r, H. A. ;
sey. Della Wilson Kathy MeI :- graders are David Gray, Marie
'j are setting their 7-3, Jimmy Scruggs and John
I Gee Mary Pslmour Mary for the year.' The "Buchholz.programs Jourdan: ,..,Debbie Gibson and Todd,' and Brenda Eddy. 7th WE'VE GOT 'EM ALL SIZES-ALL COLORS

; Ann Prlngle, Susan Hennes Platter ,P.rty", sponsored by David Garret; 7-1 Susan Hall Graders recently enrolled are
icy, and Nancy McLeod, who the cheerleader, can bo heardon and Wayne Casey; 74 Terry Clyde Murphy and David Hoi- Per A Few Cents Mora Par Y.r4 Got City Will Install Your Carpeting Well to Woll WithA
c" have done outstanding Job
an WUWU Saturday afternoons Myers and. Cindy ,..,1.. 1-1, ton.Our CushlonJxed Pod!
and shown
have real a. I mI
from 2:30 to 4.JO.. Requests Jamie Caldwell and Crag Tate;. Music Department has
I spirit are to be mad directly M Buddy Pools and Nancy, been sponsoring a fund-raising HUNDREDS OF BROADLOOM FAMOUS MAKE QUALITY BROADLOOMS

The best way to show them to the radio station at the TurbeyfUI: M, Betsy Johnson, Candy Sale for new Instruments REMNANTS IN ALL SIZES SAVE ASA twill beoedaern.
your appreciation la to attend time. and Mike Smith; M Karen Ntedtkohr and sheet music. Program f.trnd.rd
the game Thursday and support A special welcome goes sotto and Todd Ralmberger;, Chairmen are: Band I, David Come early, end choose from In9 Iliad stubby I5H. wldthe.I ..
{ your team. Also In the our new Interns. Wa hope ..., Jane Herndon and Duke: Boothby; Band n, Debby Wai- I I If wonderful selection of "twists Nee-ore fliMff floor coverings .
.' field of sports lib grade volley you benefit aa much from our Pinner; M George Raflerty and den; and Chorus Mary Tuns- tweeds, velvets end tortures. Ivory tint would expect
; j t ban Intramurals are being mistakes ai.we supposedly do I Mike Radfbrd. M. Dale Davis ten. We appreciate an the people I \ rw ia completely ffiaiiened. te see .t title yens p rke. I t

>I I organised. The winning homo- Glimpses in passing:. Mr and Dalton Kephart; 1-" Scott who have helped to make
room will play the faculty. Bryan, What war that about Summers and Jane Stubbs; M,' the sate a success. COVER YOUR FLOORS WITH BEAUTY

I May the best team win! the "immoral ameba"? Davis Boothby and Susan Ha-! Bishop Blue Devils will challenge JI txcftino, ..I... In this ejrwe) .f roolty Imsrtone coiawtlne

t wen; M, Bo Ogletree and Kathy the Westwood Whirlwinds )la variety of weaves. colon, oil wool ... fibre cor
Harben; 1-1 Cindy Cr.wford.nd during a game this weekend. \II\ ,eti... Irisifl your room _.........ira with you. i 1a'
i Franklin Patrick.We We have much faith In our

have four Interns helping team. J: A DAZZLING ARRAY OF COLORS
Westwood our experienced teachers cur NEWS BULLETIN: : Beware IN THESE GROUPS
rently. They are: Mr. Bob Grit- P. E. girls rolling allover -
Geld ...... of blues, frees snereUa to
S spectrum ajfoona
1 tin, Ith grade English with cafetortum floor m tumbling -
WhispersBy olives, rod In ovary wonted sheds. ........ browns cronies
Mrs Lewis; Miss Betty likes, mats People pickingup gelere. sad MMBiy ..NoTHOI
typing with Mrs. TomUnaon; randy wrappers. .
All 1st QUALITY'

::1 I New Ag Research Lab NAME BRAND MILL ENDS "

.J : swing Things this at Westwood year. are in full girls na !'Catottl Congratulation' I Seen As 'Boon to Fla. 95 Nr ,

'Wa would like to welcome all FROM ] '
Westwood baa good reason tcbo of
MONTICELLO -A bright future ment
Agriculture representative '
the new students and teachers. UPI
proud of its football team
J New members of the faculty art defeated Howard BUhojIla was predicted for agriculture praised till Jpart III eat
I They hi North Florida st the dedication
Mr. Evans, Mr. Roberts Mrs. and Buchhote 1M. Keep u p Stations' statewide fact finding
of the Bend Laboratory
Gaper, Mrs. M a u I Id I n, Mrs. the good work boys! Big program. He pointed out that I
I e Rteketson, Mrs. Hodges, Mrs. hero Friday. the Stations' 77 years of progress
.. The library hu beta e* Top agricultural leaders and
: Bradley Mrs. Scheaffer Mrs. In research had been a
almost doubM
pagans and Mn. J rglns.On Urged. It has University of Florida officials vital factor .te boosting Florida's
.. September 19, Westwood Its size! We are proud of mh voiced this opinion it the any
acribnalnsas into ,a U billion
addition and tilt man
had a Back to School Dane new veiling of the AgrlcttltarU Exporknont ......
books It contains. *
BUI Man furnished the musk Stetsons new tVecreresearch
and everyone had an enjoyable WESTWOOD WHISPERS: faculty stated two 1* Barry M-PMpott, thl .r
..... Later that night the now Football players Nan Umpini miles west of here. vanity of Fssrhaa vice pros!..

ctaerbaders were introduced to classes) Many girls wearIng Dr. J. R. Bedenhach, Expert- dent, echoed till oottaistic view ;
They art Margaret Rogers, rap- the popular Saddle Oxford meat Stations director, was that the Big Bend facility would
: taro, Lucia Gfnnaro. eo-t'.ptalll, Aroma of freshly bastd I first to paint a favorable peas- bo a boon to solving snowy economic WOTUNIV PHONE
Bsth'Ayers. Beth Grows, ManMye cookies and till busy ham. el bitty of how research ceald problems for farmer te FL
dy1 tIr. Gloria Carrel Kay sewing machlnea coming from odd to the state's economy. I the sort e n tilt counties ol AVI. 2.0441

Keel Barbara. I Butler, and Don- the Home Ie:. room. Anon Poole Slate Depart,Florida ,
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2C Giavin Sun SUlld.,. October II. 1964 J

To l Colored .-..-' \.

News of Special ;Interest CommunityST. Bear's .

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PETERSBURG Fres '* 't,

(' men at Gibbs Junior College News Items 'for this pat should be MbmKted to Colored Newt Editor, Ben F. Child" Cb t

B.(GJC Johnson favor over President Sen. Lyndi Darry SB NW Sib St by man er by pkoa at FR -$l3. D* aol send sews dire-tly to the Gainesville r-T # !

j|! Goldwater for president by aD Sna office., I'

J f overwhelming margin.In ''ti... ri I By SHARON KAY GREENThe

a recent poll conducted: I by !from Jacksonville will appei high school records i. D d president; Mrs. Dorothy Ke r.f '1 _-_ --

the Gibbsonlan the college. ,in a musical program at the did better on the battery dall reporter. Seniors of OilS measured and their advisor, Miss
student newspaper 230 tree Chun than did school 1eavers.
Old Jerusalem Baptist Seal.
men wen asked to list their here today at 7:30 p.m.. I) The group was chariCter- ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMiss for their class rings list the thryn sale of the 196445 Y

presidential preference and 228 The public Invited. bed by an unusually hlgb Clan Mae Young and 'tia' past week They will be Ail ended Friday. Ka.l'The I

. listed President Lyndon I II I B. There Is no admission prlc rate of failure as fresllmen. James Deering of Waldo will : first to receive the standard inall,was DHS had a busy

' Johnson one voted for Sen. but a free-will offering will be In general, the perfanceofoutofstatestud< be married on Oct 26. ring chosen this year by the week III
I 1 Barry Goldwater and one had accepted. high school profitable

,/ no cholcutalL in school on the battery CONVALESCING
high ti.. The Senior's magazine sale! To Establish .
t In giving reasons for prefe and as freshmen wu i Thomas H.' Blye. who Is a will end this week but they're
ring Johnson over Goldwate LACROSSE NEWS t baD Goner Church of CodA
consistently poorer :patient In the Alachua still pushing hoping for their
t the freshmen considered Pres Song Service that of their Florida clua-!
and the critic
Hospital was on
dent Johnson's qualification: s I to Choir No. 3 of St Paul Baptist | mates.S ,list. wu reported as somewhi goal of $1500. new church is In the fir]

be better than Goldwater's. Church will conduct t b e ) The seniori In the achools unproved and may havevis x +sn + DHS students enjoyed stages of formation In Gain

The fact that Johnson aup-| song service at the Elizabeth for Negroes consbtently dance Friday night given by vllle. I

ported the Civil Rights Bill all Baptist Church here today at 1 I 11 did less wen oa the 12t11 tors. I alien the Seniors Entertainment by Called the First ''Church i

contributed to Johnson's pop* '.m. Rev A. Odom will p'uch grade battery than did the CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS! a .es Miss Kay Deen aa she twirled God. Anderson Ind, Affil

larity but his status as a worl on the occasion. seniors la the high achools I St Paul Baptist-Services will $ ..'' with fire captured the interest it meets presently each Mo \
I leader had equal significance. Program Planned of the audience along with
for white students. be conducted today at 11 a n night st 7:45 at the scaldof <|
The findings of the freshma The Sunrise Gospel Singer. I) Not only did the .tudenb Instead of the third Sunday because I L the band, which was full of Robert A. Burford SIS
. poll were consistent with a aim from Jacksonville will render a fail to. take the aubjectl rhythm with Miss Jo Lynn 37th Place. "
of of the aisoclilion.
) lar poll conducted by the newi. musical program at the St Fat recommended by the .u- meeting Chambers playing the piano. Presently 'leading the ser\I i

Ii. paper last February. A total of Baptist Church at 730 pa thors of the test in the ba t. Mt.. Rev.Pleasant H. Foye Methodist pastor. Appear in Program Lester Hall-saxophone, Bobby Is Rev, Heine Allen who I
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and all vote here.
105 polled
tery; but the schools they Fhere will be observance c.aymen'a Deen-trumput and Skipper. I group from Florahom, Is I
Is admission
There price
for Johnson over Goldwater. no will will be attended failed even to of. Day during the day Walter M. Thomas, graduate" of A. I. Mebane Jones playing the drums ing to establish the.new H
student of but free offering
Gibbs has a body a .
fer the courses they m_ The president of F11A, Janet gallon, :
146 students drawn from 41 accepted. Sunday School.I:SO a.m.; morn High School Alachua. and Harold Thomas graduateof
ed. Northwestern High School Jacksonville, an they Strickland led the first meeting Anyone ,interested In the
Florida counties, nine states and ng worship 11 a,m.: and even-
the District of Columbia. 7) The subjects tended 10 ng woihlp 7 p.m. Rev. W. M. appeared In the first chapel program at Voluaia of the year Tuesday ,with church may contact Burfor'
. LANDMARK small i high the of the other officers 3i2i -.
come from County Community College. help -
Ferguson, pastor.QUARTERLY __ ___ __ _
\ Bible Thought "Be kindly!: schools. Hen agate i the, -

NOTICE iffectioned one to another will were handicapped In col- CONFERENCE Law i
The Pallbearers' Lodge No brotherly love; In honour pre legs preparation because Greater Bethel AME J CHORDS i

,f 113 will meet at the regula erring one another; not sloth the Minimum "oundatlon ,hurch Is in the midst of Its Halt GOP Mui I '

I. meeting place on Oct 13 at I. ul In business; fervent hi spb Program tends to IIIxl- Ith Quarterly Conference for the : .

! p.m. It; serving the Lord." (Roman noise educational opportun- fiscal year ending Nov. 4. The c .1
01. PHOENIX Aril. (AP) The I
The assessments are to bi 2:10.11.: ) for, students in large
! ( I Ity Residing Elder Dr. W. M post office Is holding 70,000 Republican 1.Bfc ,. And D&cbn
paid during the meeting. schools and minimizefor It
tobenon presided over th letters In Phoenix for -
ARCHER NEWS those In small tchocCeaehsfcus wsiness session Friday nigh
federal lottery.lawviolations.
'I JOINS PEACE CORPS Anniversary Set and was very pleased with the{possible I VERB RICHARDS.; *< \4..
Lodge No. S will hold Ha anilversary .
ear's work. He high In bls -
of Dr was
James E. ,. son
services at the St Florida AAM Valve r s 1 It, raise of the Rev. Waier I GOP spokesmen said Friday Pianist llalldi sledxlenle!
and Mrs. H. E. Bartley of Daytona Church hen to ) pastor the letters contain fund-raisin Friday morning, October 2nd,, was shown In both articles and

I baa left to Join the lames lay Oct.Baptist U. ibould pay mon attentionhe to S. White and the officer! tickets to be used In a drawing, at ':JO a, m:, Mn. Estelli quizzes and the singing W1Svlaorou.I In the auditorium T u e i

Peace Corps The Is invited. number nature and quality .nd members for the progres The prize Is either aa expense Carson's Sth Grade class In the but seriously done, night. The artist uses cxrftechnio
with the Agricultural public of the high school experiences .Ive attitude and cooperation paid trip to the president Foster ElementarySchool with good free voices' and superb skill\ I ln|
Community indents present for .dmisslon nown at the localleela. wel afternoon formane. She handled"Mo:
MEMORIAL SERVICESThe inauguration or 500.) gave a musical program 'The second Sunday
Development to the freshman class. IS dlslrld.wlse.. In C minor with
I. of Fantasy e
student the Sonatas
Services the on
Memorial the
Elks' County Republicansaid on subject program
Pro The schools should offer col. Mrs. W. M. Robinson, wife! and little
skill delightful i
RIll I selected "PatriotIsm Beethoven fur Piano and Violin
rill be held at the Spring their attorney had check themselves ,
gram. In Niger ., -bound students mon of the of i the presiding elder was pros steal touches far beyond t
e I
and Edward
Will InS Brisk
laptist Church today at 1:30 the matter and found no viola I Mrs. Helen Wallace music by
for ent and addressed the confer I
la, Africa. zpartences required She took the Betth
lions Involved. teacher for the school: led Troupln war even better nary. )1
Bartley Is al im.The Elks are asked to. be performance on the nee. The conference will close mailed the singing from the piano andgenerally than the' first one. ItI.Is Impossible Sonata In D flat Major opt
letters can't be
June 1164 gradlate lilt grade battery and for auc-: ltoday with Dr. Roberson bring If the I seriously as one )
at I It but the to describe these fast very
resent pjn.
of BehuneCookman -| la college. They .Iso the messages at both the the Republicans say they'ldistribute
ceding ling approach the great Master
and do
+ students did much of the planning lying movements jus
CoLlege NOTICE mould offer those students who L l '.IIt., and 7 p.m. services them door to dom The Sonata In A.1'knew every slight 'twlstt
) with. Perdsy the ex. The Rev. Walter S throughout Arizona. lice to them.
college-bound pastor
Breakfast win be served In an not delightful! turn of the tour movements
: teas
+.. Bachelor of Aria degree, will the dining room of the Shady erlencea they need to pr.pare IWblte. was pleased with the re- Phoenix Postmaster W. 'J, Tammy r A McCallum was an excellent .,Op. 12. No., but the last movement .)completely-Ill control of
a major In history. H* was ar irove' Primitive Baptist Church for and enter good )Jobs nosIly I porta made by the boards and Mason acknowledged the COP, M. C. The first soniwas will new situation and ended! I
honor student and hi the upper to. high school gradu- clubl. but asked that alt heeds mail was being held up while hiwaits "This Land la My Land,1followed Allegro pincevlol r rar.at
day from I ..m. to I ajn. on open high-stopping staccato U Presto at a plunging' paf
10 per cent of his graduating of r departments who were abut for a ruling from Louis J, \
I tea. singing and Pledgeof Then she
church by
class. After .....tIoa. Bartfcj behalf of the and of the Post Office Department start with and the sustained vto energy
Sunday Doyl
i Due to the historical cultural be present Allegiance to the Flag Herbert ''on the Chopin, and now rtgl
took his framing for the Peace rORSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP lag,,' in general, and the ac!>>- maU full reports. He stated In Washington. Carver told about Francei tin solo with the broad enveloping, and endIng red the personality that hasher
Corp at Central State College, In particular I the .Iso that next Sunday Oct. IS, chords from piano
The Zion Temple A. M. E.ZIon utte lag. Scott Key and everybody sang combining with fame She not only UB
WUberIorce, OhIo. and hoop for Negroes will need I. the deadline for reporting In Banner." with both hlfl
Church will worship "The Star Spangled ell lands Chopin, she loves
I lIIiIt. mference budget report by. the Though destructive, I. r t h the sweep of high ranging
tOowahlp with -the Church ofCod iteosiva compensatory followed by a quit. The questions music ilc with a great love and pJ
, PROGRAM PLANNED to Christ with Elder J. Carter nee over a number of y.ar. lembers. You win please ..eeyour quakes are essential to life the were made up by the one max was splendid In (I herself Into Its I III'e r p r
Pallbearers' No. second Sonata, Op
The Lodge The
diff.rea- leader or be present and Nat I Ion .1 Geographic says .
pastor on N. E. Uth till the achievement who read the number and he tlon with passionate/ fire.
113 choral group will render a Strait and 3rd Ave, on Oct. II.SuIIdQ. Ual 1s phased out In part or al.together. report to the secretory. Mountains are constantly eroding selected the ones to answer 96, was on an even fuller scab: First movement of the Sonata
program at the Johnson Chapel I The Central Florida Annual and If they were rot raisedagain In dynamics and the endltsireacHeJT
..tJlp.p. s All the wan wells f
Baptist Church on behalf of though '4.It world I thtm. quizzes .t 11 1 .I.'h.1 i ailllmjnorwaiillvewlthkngruW
will convene t-IQt-
etronhilnacby'Rlr talk inference
Women'a Day on Oct 16 at Ipm. s. wJeg lwl be Finally ova the S. |bitable do**and had Iota of good irewes'I \ hlrf ,n W, (I'Jr\F /I hPno was a fly;
Rev. Walter I
"' Wl Lt SoucIer;liar mv seem dilfl u" :: there IIbope. Babies City. [ tram the cia....They aani Came, the' March fun b
I, of Zion Temple and ZIon Throughout the syste, White. pastor; Mrs. Altames place of stagnant seas an tor "'0 Columbia, the Gem of !Ihi But the ell. weighted down: with sorrow, .1
1 TO APPEAR IN PROGRAM Dote will sing. Rev. W. L. Soar the schools for N.1J'OII1a Florida fingate reporter. swampsSanta Ocean" last max pt movement.the evening came In thC she fairly hurled herself .t C

Th choral: grouped Lodge No. der.pastor. have produced: some and of
11) win appear in a program at !FEDERATION WORSHIP belt athletes actors almost muisns "The Flag," with a fine quli of the Allegro with the vlnlli number the Scherzo of 0 \
, the Bethel A. M. E. Church I'to- to be found any. C 13 I was played with the s,
Serv. Gallants and the full theme! amid
,t'-1 by Kathryn riding I
l I The Federation Worship here.. It does appear ther.lore. emotional Then Iner '
day at 3 pjn.BUSINESS Allies Then are Many Flags shower of supporting plane tempo
the ,
Ices ty that these schools an caP"ablt
f > to the tumultuous appli .
t of Gainesville and Mach tt quality educationose In Fe' In Many Lands" ,notes, building It up through the Ipin'
MEETING County will be held at 1 the activities that are ccitant I % Devin Tower discussed the I'Adagio., sense of the most .beau-. the played as marvelously
Choli the
The A flat Mazurka
Church of God In Christ with .. of Liberty" using the iful melodies In Beethoven com-
nines. Con "Statue ;
, Union will bold its buslne .. .. with their! 'Rebel Yell'By ty In pined and towel back and utlonary Etude and then .. !
meeting on Wednesday OtM Bishop Henry pi queDty. the question b, can thl ,t mike with A flat She must have !
tor. on N. W. 7th Ave. Scads make their veto I1 hit qulx They sang "Give M* orth. With the fiery, power
at I pjn. at the John achooll now I tIe'n> played her hearut
Scheno" and iweeplngcope
, Church. Oct II, at 4pm. insistent with quality performance Your Tired Your Poor. Cer- he
Chapel Baptist The program Is as follow .: In other disciplines of thl ,etha Worley talked about theLiberty o( the Vim!.. It was a I It was a great pcrfi-

WOMEN'S DAY Master of ceremonies Rev. W. curriculum and thereby pi&' LLNDA DIXON and GEORGE rmu.lIoS I I'I Bell, and after another nagnlfkent: performance by art- i 1M

> Annual Women's Day will I I be U Snider; hymn choir Church duct students charactertead I b, good quiz they sang "I Like It its who felt and passed on to Jan Sterrett was |,

I': observed at the Mt Cares J of God in Christ prayer Rev. cadence[ : In these discipline!. This coming week marks I tend .' Its Just the Beta Club boo tIng -j here" and concluded the hour UI all of IU beauties. tlolst at the tint JMI

Baptist Church today at nor'Joe Welcome; the occasion, Dr. .E.8. HIGHLIGHTS of the sixth week for Sito ... school spirit by having a program with "Grand Old Th. Lyceum Council present the Gainesville Muslossoclatkui Tea

big and evening services. ,S. M Daniels: voluntary cbolr. 'The students at Newber Fe. Everyone will be doing'I"hat sell" Flag" Much good sound sense" ., d the acclaimed young Polish Wednesday- --

Mrs. L. V. Randall of JacJsonville. Church of God in Christ; alp- Elementary School an in the his best and acting his ,wee ..rr.rie- =
tore Dr. T. A. Wright; 1010, N.E. est for report cards an Juat
will be the morn I n I proc_ of electing "Mlsa
speaker. At present she la employed 'W. M. Ferguson; conseereatt So" and "LltUe Milt NES... around the comer. Also tJle :

by the Board of Pub! hymn, choir; presentation ofapeaker. 1111 candidates for "lIiII grades received win determine Rugs !' RUgIUgS1
W. L. Swede
Instruction of Duval County. Rev. : N."So" are: Judy Perkins aDd the amount of itracurrlcul
Walter .. Whit
The evening speaker will be sermon, Dr. : loris Mae Halle. The activities a student can peril

Mrs. Gladys Alexander also .n the Invitation Bishop W1fianpastor ndidatei for "Uttla IlJa pate in. Santa Fe operates I Dr. D., 1..
Instructor in Alachua Coun t J ; offertory, If....." an: Alena Khuj Du11M a point system and a studeni. WE'VE GOT 'EM!

and speech therapist White and Rev. B. F. Wear, :, Spaan and Gail Nattea.Fhe grades must meet !the requliments C.wi W.ll WIth
All members an reminded i I to tnoouncements; and beaks c- persons campaigning lor of this system If I bl For A Fw Cents Mo* Nr Yard Gate City Will I In.fall Your l .

bring covered dish. Dinner will Ion The Dr.Federation Walter S.Worship White. Ser -, idiot Council Officers wnested wishes to continue his extra ac> A Cuihlonixtal tall! .

be served Immediately foliosw to chapel Tuesda; UvWes. '
feature I IftOADLOOMS
Ices an a hi monthly FAMOUS MAKI QUALITY
the hope
ing morning at the various chore .. ".ity an as follows: One activity we
All group captains sake presented II of the city and county.LACROSSE Green Party Henry Devil, everyone will participate In, II REMNANTS IN ALL SIZIS SAYS en twlet ncdtomt, :

to make their reports to the fI. pftlidaDt Frederick It.1 s e ;;Y. supporting our football tea tl..N4) end ..bhy weaves,
MIa eommtftoe after th e NEWS ,Ice president; Prlseill this season.' So fsr Santa r., Cam early, and c.*..* fnmwonderful lnt.1ZaadlSft.wUvhs.Her : !

morning atrvfces.SINGING .. secretary; Judy PdJaI. hat had a good season and our el* tlM .f twit... eve timer It.. ., -
Te PregnaiThe IqranI.
Appear I I tweeds velvets .d lilw.. Ivory
Crown Singers and the, r, treasurer; Gds DII. par- team has been well support t 1 Is cmalnly finished. Inai bet yn w*.M. ..
CONTEST FlorIda Suwanaet Singers from I mantarian and. Linda Dart Now. most of our games will I \\1 rat re see *t dole pr U..

Then hatwww win baa the Stogtaf atogioajcoi. Son lalnasvilJ wO appear in .I I- be away and our Rebel teen WITH BEAUTY! eeeRkL '
for YOUR
nuskal program' at the Beth I Sold Party -Hurly Lent win be looking your
and ha Florida Suwaanaa Got L M. E. Church here today at .i Mident Leroy Williams ,Icefr'IIdeDt port Why not follow the Wing I Esehln9 echoes ,In this. |,eu i .f really hrl..'"'' .?*. .
pel Singers both of this e 1 tat Cow ::8 ll wed 1 end fibre
Rebel team to Green eaten. .
pm. : Patricia Jones set- to e wtoty wvi.
tits the Aft.Balinese, today at Church gjapja.Then : an.N. The public l is Invited. ntlrJ Juelene Roblaaoa. tress> Springs Oils Friday at I pji I \I'\ I _Ia, ,. /vies, peer nm ....fmals with. .pie. .' .,

'e hi aa adnuastoa price, ....: Shirley Trapp parliameiton and watch the actloaTThis ... .. .
andtbepubUclaknited.. ntDY OOMFUETED and Ahma Lag, cha. week many of our junIor 1"A DAZZLING ARRAY OF COLORS'IN !

TALLAHASSEE. Within tile: .. a. high students are betlnninlo GROUPS t'Y '
nest few days me Test Sank shine. For Instance. he junIor eaeee/de t&'dives.
GROTS PARK NEWS .. 041 le.... lIe.t..M eh blues. greens few
directed t cheerleaders an Franeto ,
Bureau( of FAMU. SERVICES high i
ZlOH TEMPLE brew... ereaglea
iruYea wanted ...... ieif**, (
Interested le thft Dr. A. A., Abraham, wffl diirtbote -; 'I'M Zion TpIe.IU: %JoeOud Janet Janice Kay Llndae red every

Afl Pad panm Manorial Cemeter; the M-page study .. wU warship and feuow.. .Rosemary *.Da. eln. sad ssweay men.THESE *.

here an asked to meet Cods;,I"They Came to CoDege" to put .i abJp with the Church ef God b.. Junior high" majorettes haft All lit QUALITY 5
f lie school teachers local ud Street and lisa been choeeil They art
at 3 p.m. at the St. Peter Bap- QIrlI& en NE lith ENDS
Old Church. tote officials and etheri em -; HAft.I today at 7:31 ,.... luume Andenoft. BrandIraddock. r +g, NAME DRANO MILL

erned with the education <. ''he Rcr. W. L. ..... pas. Phyllis Daub (hea.najorette .

ABCBZRNEWS lean youths .to Florida. .. and tnambm II Zion Tern ). Susan Emus .nd
ToCeadactlenrkea Theatady iadudedimaiiblcts pie war;be to charge of UK Irenda Feagle. We are our 95 / j
Services will be conducted at entering the university III.I enicaI and the Zion Choir wil hues students will. rtpreeenUnta FROM ] .
Chard four saceesslve= freshmai clan Fe wed
the St Paul Baptist : line.
hen on Tuesday. OcL 1J, aiTh .. B attempted to datennait ., The pnbUe to Yelled. .... J The Beta Club>>, a neitonaMiwr url
between thbflity
relationship tapped Ihelr nnemben
LX andrty.
; pA C. Carter paW.PDIONW
Ret. J. R Pb Upa, pastor of fnehmea and the Ira I mte pe< week TIlt
Waldo and! difficulty el hear cwrkahaaeat service orianlMtkxmd
of churches at dub b a .
Winwon. will be the principal eat seem front the 13* graeVsttory. JIrt. Watt M. Jacksoa ad etJy thoM receiving a...*
school and freak
speaker en the occasion. ua ncorde. high constituted tie ..er.baaafPbfladsbhuj.ra. .mraga CM become nembenMr i

eta aaabjrsaod. Some of tinone ... dirty. wtta raktrna mt sponsor all year to Mi.

PLANSPROGRAM ... ads to Gatoatvflb for flMt 0.- 1)slsas.
billow .
aabea nsaha :
Tb QoW Festival sal ... hw ....... Mr Jadnw '!lit. sftlesrs aladed this. yeas

hold Bi tens monthly prgnu Based Fse nams d aecndttattoa alii, vtfM JadDMtOa, Taw re aa fattswt: PrealdeBt, Crieirath
at till Don Templi vie ansldant.. Bit
aainaatCXf.ke :'
ef athoels, ate .
.A.JIL Rica Church" a' .haw aeeretary, Martha Cato;: I J J.J
of athaals sled wee sene
3pm de III mash sin alL JII s treowwt Senzaaass Leaf rHONtslyly.

TheaabDel* IwitM. eisd wort patty alad ... cry .... Mo isle s WEST < FR.AVE. .

the ....... r ....... ,wtt asaet May at I .tf yea) aM quite a few peed. + 2.0441
lE1tUSAt1.3NEWS "'.11Io at lie St At .MH it arauad with Conf- .
T* Appear to FrrThe as been shed Oibee ate hate chart be alarmed
had bettei.SdIIIL Mrs. Eli .
tamale Gospel Singer 3) School.stoyen. ". ..,,wP
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ByBUZZMnSON to eliminate farm program when they go I to the. pods ta divided among the producers. "And when the price of I product b,known In advance,
; .'Sea Farm Editor November. "This' would make for a comfortable ptasantry if that' then b a tremendous attempt on the part of consumers to.
}C Charles* B.. Shaman president J In his talk to tile economics student ta McCarty HaD what you want,".Shuman said.. find a substitute product." Shuman tild.' "
I of the largest farm err Auditorium, Shuman hammered at what he 'considers the ,"Why b President Johnson keeping Freeman (Secretary of Shuman cited "the failure of Administration sponsored farm
gaofitatlon ta the' V I It e d flaw and fallacies: of attempted political aohitkmTto th? Agriculture: Orville) ont of tile campaign?" Shuman asked his prolJ'llDl" a* being largely responsible for present low farm

.,.....'believes that If the fanner' problems, and then gave bit solution' the market audience. His answer to hb :own- question was: "Because Income:

,""*| luffering" A m e rclll1."IaJ7qIt' price. system of enterprise politicians dont like to lose tact J They don't want him (Free- H* said the Administration currently has three "spectacular
were given a choice Shunuml prediction that farmers would choose no farm man) out then when somebody could My,,"'1 told yon so.'" failure I U government pricing programs: the wheat certificate :

"..between no federal farm pro- program, over present faro programs cam. In answer to According to Sbumtn, It b not politically feasible to control program ("rammed down the throat of growers"), the
1:; greens and the present idrnm- a query during I.CJII nHnnrer- loa following hb agriculture production by legislation as long a* the United feed gram program' and the "triple subsidy" cotton program,'

1.bferatloo's programs, the talk.Th States baa a Republican form of government,' "which .b fattening the financial statements of the cotton textile ,

(' frmr:would. choose the first. question was: What would new Congress and a new ."When control are, placed on production, each Individualfarmer mill with hug payments from the federal ireisury."
i/ lteraadv*. Administration bring (In the way of farm program. )? Th b hurt," Shuman old. Politician art hurt by thb. In suggesting the marketing, bargaining system n a solution -
W yry :.;f-That b what lit told a semref question wu posed by Dr. E. T. York Jr., UF provost for If they vote for controls 'they face retaliation at !In* next to the low income problem Shuman said that farmers

} 'I' IJi ; of economic student agriculture who arranged for Shuman'i appearance ben. election." win have to accept greater risk and depend less on government -
1 / "and profeMon it the Uhlverslty Shaman, an obvious antagonist of the present Administration Shuman Aid that volume controls of agricultural production price programs. that provide some security, but Insure

y Ww"' D' .f9 of Florida Friday. ,accused the Democratic vie presidential nominee, Sen. have been suggested a* alternatives to acreage' controls, low. Income.' .

,""" ,. '' ,$h man, an Illinois grain Hubert Humphrey, as being "on* of the major proponent.of but that thb would be even more unpopular "Then b a'I good potential market b Europe. and other
I 1i ;IJ:!' farmer. and president of the socialized ....IcuIture.", "Short of a complete dictatorship," Shuman raid, "farm- part of the world for VS. farm I products" Shuman said

: American Farm Bureau Federation He aid that Humphrey admits the farm programs have en win not accept government control of agriculture." "snd It can be developed and expended If the government
;; : intimated that tilt failed Humphrey' solution to the problem Shuman laid Shuman said that acreage controls: and the setting of artificially bureaucrats get out of the way and let farmen produce and

II.l. "long suffering taxpayers, would be to spend a eat amount of money to be divided up .high. prices automatically ,caused farmer* .to try sell those products that an needed, and not what some politician

1'' too,.would, do what they could among! the various kinds of crop, which ta turn would be every way possible .to increase production., think should b* produced."

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\1 1; :' >1I } Election f' Springs Has. Thrill-Packed Levy County: Bustling

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.H i ..:"-v.IiIWrhIri Ir.II' O'AIYIliI. f HK3H SPRINGS seeking re-election' -Three incumbentr to- I.

tilt High Springs City Commb-
WIH II till verbal brtckbati
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flying:to* between candidatei: Tuesday !ta ,a municipal: ejec Beauty ContestIs
i Johnson%and", OoUwatar and ... rtf.,
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tnae** \to remain'neutral ta .his I lalph',:Longman and Arthur Opening Event .I

"* > V Thompson an thus Inland
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election) unless aa unprecedented
al affair It .hi In' ,
( a MAN nodifferent -IIdMJopa..
1 iii. ;fnm e city,or .counn 1 Levy County though Sunday
\ wfalctr t -e 1 City Ctork Lou Cloutter said 1 a' beehive of activity today even it

: :. Do 'eboeato b.ilotss .had been a, tenta, booth and carnival equipment pourInto

: \ t'f' 1,<.'"1.. ..;..,_, !_""'' appwad for, which. b another Epperson Hammock in preparation for the Fair 12th

4 ,.though:: Ihatthen Indication hit the voters are annual opening Tuesday. ,
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the I of
II t .hat. 'been a definite awing satisfied with the record of the The opening Tuesdayachedut. by pjn. presentation
the Levy County Talent Show
M In the put few months Bradford three candidatei. ed for 10..jn. 1
under the direction of B. R.
from Goldwater to bathing suit contest at (he Molt
f I!, Johnson.County.Back then,, the senti! He said the election officials day Inn Pool. In which 34 .of' ,Campbell'
was evMwhehntagly for will lit:' Mn. J. A. Stephens LeVy County'i lovelies win. partticlpata. Thursday to whit. children'
k r.ment, the COP eendldst.uwar evl- clerk; Mrs. J. T. Markey, Mrs. day it the Fair when all children ,
and Mn. "Bit" will be admitted free
Alma Peterson and
At 12:30 luncheon al Hull
.. dencd In. unofficial polb but a :
l. today Ole Democrats ar4 or- 'estmoretand, clerk day Inn 1M3 Queen Mist rides for the. youngsters. along ,. ,

'f 1\ gsnlied and putting on a real Th pens win be open at Virginia. Reel will l welcome with concessions,: win be half

i drive for Johnson. city l-D 11 from 7 ..m. until 7 queen contestant" pnotograpl price A
'- .Undojibtodly, enefacWta me pSnl I! Ind votnVmadiinM wit s a era, -reporters.' Judge* end off" A repeat performance I Isj'
scheduled for the Home Demonstration
trend has been Ih* strong leadenhtp Ilt used. ,
r ladles' fashion showat
Exhibit wW'be Judged at I
of Matthew
Gene pub>>
.:.. usher and editor of the Bradford pin at the fair ground' | pm. Thursday.Livestock .
II County Telegraph, who has HomemakersAt Mia Reel will lead the grand Judging b slated for

W ,/ editorially tndoned Johnson, parade at 1 pm under the drtction .. 7 p.m, with Leonard Cobb, Jim
bi ':I tacitly U not Implicitly In a ** ,!{ of Charles (D. a I y) Estes!: and Ferris' Roger offlctoting. ,
Trenton Thomas. The will travel .
rles of editorials ittackmg. :tot '
Goldwiter policies.As Noble Avenue through the
As ,might be expected, Matt-, Mla Kay 'Cannon 17,- .to stunned, excited and downtown district and proceedto Poison
M hews has not Kped criticism. Eye Projects thrilled following her crowning an Chiefland High' the Fair Grounds.Pet 'Dog t

P I Indeed, 'one gate Goldwater Ichool'a Homecoming Queen for 1964. The petite Judging follows. the par* \

woman blasted 'away, catting By BETTY BUTCH Mia Cannon was crowned at halftime ceremonies ad*. Cases ,Anger \.
him a 1111IIIII-time maH-town, 01 the football game hi which the Chiefland Indians A fashion show featuring the
well-mbtafofmed editor.: ,_ \ TRENTONTo: ral e money downed the Dunnellon Tlgera, 70.CHIEFLAND Cavalcade of Cotton. under Cross
for their annual state convention City,
Brsdford.Democrats' this I the direction of Mr. Pat Fell
member (the Trenton
rally and Homecoming hit Chiefland with a er, Levy County Home Demonstration
Tuesday are holding a Future Homemakers of America CROSS CITY -Irate citizensIn Leading Parade
fish fry for Johnson to strengthen -I hive decided to toll ballpoint bang Friday as the city turned out for a parade, a Agent la scheduled: for Crow City have banded together ;
their:drive: for victory to- new queen wag crowned: and the Indiana downed the 4 p.m. Model win be ladle
pan Inscribed with the school and offered. a SMO re- Miss Virginia Rise, 17-year-old 1963 Levy County
unnelon! Tigers 70.
From Home Demonstration club
I cattybut Ooldwator-forces'embbm and name. ,The thrill-packed football climaxed at ward for btfonnation leading to Fair Queen, 'win lead the grand parade through
game was the
an not'Inactive, as they plan throughout area.
the and conviction of WlUUton to the Fair Ground
an' orgattsfioaat.:mwrUng:Jn Th FHA members also plan halftime when Miss Janet Hudson, 1963 Homecoming Highlight' of the day come at capture Tuesday Virginia will
Christmas l Queen,' crowned Miss Kay Cannon Homecoming Queen dog poisoner relinquish her throne to on of 24 Levy lovlies
Stark tomorrow Bight to dog-thaped S p.m. with the queen contest opening night. '
Over .ta. Keystone Heights I card bolder u. a fund-raising for 198t'lTIIe'Dttlte, under the direction of Mrs Publisher 0. X. Jones Mid
and ta ether actions ef my project. 17-year-old beauty land High marching band and Louis Robert, chairman of the one person donated $100 to tile

; arc, It b a different ...,.'According \ FHA officer this year to- Ia the daughter ef Mr. and Mr*. aujontte. contest committee, Mr. and reward pot but wished. to re
to aa observer to Ky- chide Norma Slaughter, president Calvin W. Cannon, Chiefland Winner of the' float contest; Mrs. J. N. Hale, Mn.. Noah main anonymous. Other donation Hawthorne Picks
torn, the' sentiment there ta ; Kale Douglas president SIll graduates from Chlenand was the 11th grid with a "W Lang, Mrs Quincy Ron andMrs. brought the reward money. ]

about evenly split bttwoeft elect; Carol clasp, secretary; High, School this year and II a eat tiger flakes" them. In 1 Mule Powell. Nick Nicholson to Ita' present nark.
Johntoa and Goldwater and Polly Nkbobon ,treasurer member of the Beta and "C" which Miss Irene Griffin was will host the how aa muter Jones Aid anyone who wishes Weekend
any prediction toJermedtoasup. aIn Karen Bennett. parliamentarian Clubs and b co-cspUIn of the featured shoveling bite of chop- of ceremonies. to participate In building up 'Queen9HAWTHORNEConnie
ped-up tiger into hugh cereal the reward their donations
: : Aida Thomas historian. heerlesders.. a Climax of the evening win be 'may drop
bowl off at the "Advocate"office.
Union County, there b Vice president ta charge of Run en-up In the queen contest the moment Miss Virginia Reel I '
He aid "
The 10th grade runner-u someone
was nay
strong support for Goldwater, various phases.. of FHA work Include were Miss Karen Renfroe, ] relinquishes her crown to one Kaibb,:a Junior at Hawthorn
and the seventh grade took talk .!tf the.reward gets high
and while Ray Powell of the .
I and of 14 beauties holding
Betty Caries degrees, 17, Nisi Sheila Moody, li young
third In the 01 High School I, \
Union County Tune has. not en- pries parade enough. was crowned
their breath In anticipation.\ .
"dorsed the COP candidate h* Naomi Vickers: publicity; P.tW.tIoIt Mn. Gladys Merlwet h ar floats. The nab of poisoning has homecoming queen of hr
With the of Miss
I Ilei.
ha shown to various editorial ; projects: Betty BUtch, headed up the queen ceremon- A dance In the school: gymnasium Joan ROM. Cedar Key taken the lives of II dog lathe school: during weekend festivi-
program of work; and Mary sponsored by the Student sponsored tie ben..
three weeks. A belonging
toward Gold- past pet
reprints boning
I AM Ban, recniUon.Th Other half time ceremonies Council ended by the bland Hotel In '
a day pack- to Mr Lee Mathb
"water Miss of
I : FHA sponsor this year bMr saw seven members of the clan ed with suspense and excitement Cedar Key. an the contestant the latest victim,Mr.' Mamta' Knabb daughter Mr.
: : I *. Emus, new home,economics 'of 19M honored In a "roll beck for students and old pads are from WUlliton. dog died but Tuesday night and Mrs David Kuhn recess
eel her
The girl and their II crown from Principal
teacher. the clock" routine by the Chief- alike
; .... Mrs. C. E. Sheppard lost three Joe Wood during halftime at

'-1\7- Betty Sue Petti'). P y t III.l dogs to Ole pob nen. On of die Hawthorne-Brauan foetbQ -
,' : the dog .had been a family pet gam Friday night
i Sisters; Ann Hunter Senator ,
Florida FFAers for 11 .
AttendingNational Etter Usher: Patti Gardner,,
.. Sheppard said the poi She was presented with a boo- 4
"' -' I ...... .1. ; quet of'' rose by last year's
AI If .II .... : macro apparently picked their
'po .1o..Ao..... Service Dry Cleanen victim ta advance and .homecoming quean, Maybe*
r..... .: dropped .
Convention Mo.KANSAS Cornelia Bowman, WUtta-
J' t *...,.,.4 ;...,. T tal ::in ton;Junior W..'* ODD; Carolyn the poisoned meat In the yard fCbes.A .

fact N.la tkesle pre0Identlal Mlllleaa, Scarborough 1 at right The dogs wen not lie record crowd at the gam

j de IN.'RaPat. CITY Me.-Marlon ales an award as Southeast composed of Glen Busby LowellsoA ; Grassing Co., BrooktvUb: Bar- kind thai named the afreet witnessed tile crowning. The
earn hied t-.I. Y.1.0... (Bed) Riviera of A I ac h a, States regional winner In I l Parrbh. Crier Wells and Ronnie net McCarnV. Call's Led; but were.an 'family pets, she celebrants .had even more to .
.1 : stole president of the Future conservation work. Prentice. Thb team abo, and White Market; Linda Pow: added. cheer about. when ft*gam.Ftir. end- MOB KNABB

O mer,'*< Jto ,: Farmer of America win bead be the en. WUlistoa Gee Ca. Jaa
win at convention. ;
'eg............ ... hint. wh a of around M Florida The Bradford FFA Chapter,,, Golden Central Floridaibe red with &wthorsn dated lag

,,he aMtII. trip, hippo to K up "group AD. their advisors sad. Starke. will be represented .bj Other members of the SantaStar ...... rr-. .: XSue a-. 1iIt'I'hla
i ....... John D. Odom III, 1M4 Fe chapters making the Juatto Emergency Funds
friends at the 17th annual . ., B* ...& "Based on the beneflta Greenhand Farmer, and hit ad-< Kansa Qty tocluda Freddie
PTA Convention, which Ce. queen wes sponsored by the
received visor Paul Hutchus. District Star Green-
r agrksltar: bah ., spun .MM tooionw Comb MID ls. WuTlstoa H 1 g b Junior das. Linda 'Wheeler.
from the, Demecntte admtota..tratise The Santa F. Chapter which band; Jackie II.... Jailer Offered 3 Counties
: by the Joenalltm
Busier. of the S a n t a Fe School Student Council: Sandy fpwiored
and from Ike good con- Chapter president and Jimmy -
Chapter, b one of Tbrtda's offfclal !this year was named the Mo I ; Mills Coktoa Gift and Flower Ctob. was font nmnerap to the
atlas ef er economy today. I chapter ta th* state, also b to Emmenon: Senior Chapter It/candidate
the WASfflNGTOK-Ta V. S. queen contest Tbd
delegate to, convenNortbceatral Shop: Mary .tThemesDrug Dipartmtnt ef Agrfcdtore has
twaU thhdt. the. tile. Johnson the running for the National' rtpreeiotatlve.Bueby Llada ha offered tori( ,..,...
tIoL. Store: Bitch enHrgency ceasanrttoa .. ..... to three Pastencond epot
:chance to .
Ocke*.bee a good:' 'Florida will be Chapter Award contest, tit will ala be attendingthe Bouquet Shop and Can**!Shop;: Florida etentteaUachna. Levy'and wnane--to II which wens ..... .-..

;{*!;j dtR"'RCldaber'Mid "tree; represented. about 26 FFAen resells of which will lit announced caaventbn a* state wkmer Ctkaa Seal. Well CMstn unwise takfal and ..ftoad eased by Itmihnua Dare seder clam, and Dttee

and advbon. waft the haft of at the convention.Al of. me farm ebcMOcalton praBIBeeabyef tins Co.; Lhida Andrew. Watt. _a healed sad vegsdtlve .... BtoekweB apgneand by ft Mairade.
,;.BJMH.to Me4 by experts asalbb' to sit. Santa Fe wU b* ...... aa B.' B Ments. .
I. .hut mar comtog fires ft* Haiti Ford Co.: Barbara Ann ..... ( %) -.4
I 1> ntooaHKI. IwaheveiWi.ffC per. F* Senior and Jeator Chapter. represented by 14 members.The the B r e neon Marcia >StandrUg. Ewab Drag Waehtogtoa. illloa0.' tYt IMajoO to -.eJ .Himc OIlIer kejscomfag. feetMtbeGrade

... than we had Inbred by F. D. McCormlek stole champion poultry Jadgtog Chapter b slated to attend a* Store; Kathy Parsley WIBbtea been aftoeatod to,the Fhrhto State ASC unities Iar ew lachded a pis ..... II which
JIIf .atiooaiW aid Kenneth Lee.On team NIl Santa F* will betaking coarentton a* .a wtontr ef a Barber Shop: Shares ROM Sto* to .... cinetfu. M, had .ft*'tln4plaee

I Yeas. of the highest. degree ef part, to aattonal eeabeta.jfeaben special award from me SlateD ton, Drtftwwd In; bye .... The tends are to be'seed tor npntsni east.. sbarkegrestorstiss flaetTb*. .... dial filii ..

r ...* : I PTA achieve.***, fte Aatert- .. ef wAMMm 'irt3wtsB Woms d ef Agricoltore. Diode U, M61hcg ere; Georgia IIIHH.' wader. the Ml AgHcatowe rmeiii try was esce.rtptce wrier
SRSMSRaM .1 can Farmer.., to ,scud 1 Keney. TWry Bagltoh, Dan Reystor ef the WUtbtoa Faye Hartley. Drammoad-WeO- .. ........ d l ojMbr float was Wed
> JMM. Petty and KennetkTewag. to r
u to to Joe ftophsw ef Chapter to a dtotrict winner mss i Chevrolet On and Meet
; go .' tes.a ...l es ...... lawuag ..... cQ atiH sad ... far the best er.Bto< Made,
lfJ.A* caustic Santa F* Chaptor. I !the farm etectrtTcaOo program Grims. Melts Mater, GahMS- L_ .
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|f the deed, Another uetotsndmg genie Fe .Sanln Fa aba haa the itate r and aba b to attend the fir = .. J wgetatlw CiIt'o' eat
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member, David Fugato. b to re- 4..... mead JIIdIiIII team ....... win t?kighfigbtod g- >Yby .aa... .....

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[Concert .on ,Tap Chamber Music, I IIII I CLASSIFICATIONINDEX NOWIS .tenth any-4 P.w W 10 15.y NtaveS n.e4 Orlvln rlvu, Snr1IasSN Mml_W ._.. PI'.1IQL .'...

everythingfrom iii a II... II Plh
REID POOLE Op,' ft.The concert Is free and I also free and evryone It cordially
Chairman,.VP everyone Invited. to attend. invited to attend.A ANNOUNCIMINTS

& ef Music 'Florida String QuartetThe' Special Concert 1.. MIMs LOSS Do..A.DIot WIIOHT TMItu.Ufwy Only witS M etnli.a KM.
a CM N TNaI Drue
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concerts of special In-, Florida String Quartet We would like to call special posT ILMt 4 Peas.I CirXMnyMATURS PI .

Gainesville and the Edward,Troupin and Ina ClaireForbes I attention to the concert by the P.n.A. ........ OUAOUATa .IUMKI atu
of Florida, will be violins Robert Schie- University of Florida Symphony .Tr.NI kW, .Nlan. ..slues. .pi,C.wants In Mm M :*/ .ITMr I e":.$
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presented within the next ten bar,(viola, and Marie Mender- Orchestra with Maurice Hinson N 1 a aNIIM p15ris15 eew A JolIn*M./OI'nm ve-" M._Mt M MMI

days. This afternoon at 4:00 son vtolincello, win present a I as pinao soloist on Tuesday October 7 rF SMV limrfc MSS C.N.I Palo 1/....., Child C.r.
-.'dock In the Medical Center concert In University Auditorium 20. This concert Is presented PIMM .T. .* Ar4
Tuesday October 13 at 1:15. In honor of Miss ClevaJ TNMII ,. aN CHILOHIN n.fT ,ft my iwMr .
J Auditorium Edward Troupin, torXCILLINT
Mrtlnf nwnnn *r
L Violinist, and Willard Brask pi- The program win be made up Carson the much beloved' THE Nmc.rnMW_,..... 1FN11".._-. Cat.Os .

, ,Ii, mist present the third In a of the String Quartet In C ma director of music at P.K. Yonge AUTOMOTIVINAIrtlM MM' Carl III private.
,\ /aeries of three programs de- Jot Op. 54, No. S by FranzJoseph School from 1934 to 1947., ?;> StM-ainttlt. Mm ... I....,.....

to the ten Sonatas for Haydn; The String Quar concert also recognizes' the establishment 71 Track. fcr SO toZ FR 65123. "
and Violin by Beethoven. tet, Op 21 by the twentieth century of the Cleva J. Carson rTTracn W..... LADY c.f. Mr I yr cMMram*. aNrr PaanaIn*"- Mr
composer Anton Webern; Memorial Music ScholarshipFund. N TncMn k TrvcH RwitOta yard, "wy *wilm, M. *..'
[ program includes the tmory !!!'ll IM.TINY .
Trills KMdi :
I'toted> In A, Op. 30, No.1;, and the beautiful and darkly a Mswcvclls a tceoItrt -WOULD LINS.=..1..p. IIIa.n"1.
In E-flat major Op.1 romantic Quartet No. 2 In A 'We extend invita- 14 AvtamMm ..tMlrM TIME hems..... 61 NW_. II ttrW/w PS.
a special
\ : 3; and the well known minor Op. SI, No. I by Johanna tion to all the former students, N A......g. sr as'. TOT

"_Sonata In A mlnorj Brahms. This concert Is I colleagues and friends of Miss A.Is Swig WasMiDUCATIONAL CMs7 PLAY SCHOOL

Carson to attend this concert inWANT VII" rs oN Nas tat' Wf'Ioolt.to .
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We also invite the general public -
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bake shops goers who have expressed to .
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I and the of the musical CHilD IIr Money MN
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culture in Gainesville and at i China Grain :PrA1I.ay:
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GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER I Symphony Orchestras, being HOMES iCiw JfMIII. aMWNaPlams
United Nations In Kenya. Tan- 44 MM. Pf Sale. >,; and> .. .
ill Open 7 ..m.-7 pm.-Friday* 7 ..m.-$ p.m. currently presented each Friday ,ianyika and Zanzibar Malawi W Trade. ..... WANTe0.ltONl, Nwwwanl IT ad III IAaLMAID. ',

evening at :M p. m. i Mozambique. S 0 utbem Rhodeo M PM on. 4 WM* I 11- Gees aslirvN MteW
W Pain Mrlm t.rN. ICI ...

MAYTAG, THE MOST SERVI CE-FREE AUTOMATIC MADE MAYTAG, THE MOST TI 71 caNP D"1ce .agiIaOSIs IteM KM P..il."ceD.a.,,":':' Its'Mew IIMI"nN.N1;:' Od; .Nr.M .ii. I

1,' Mesks Ms.N.esllsIIAL J IN Man a ,_. CeI'' 1lHf.

ISTATI FOR SAUMUN 1. 15 1.. .Oml... NaWIetaA'a..."':.. PN.M PS3aN. NsWMlsnl ,
WW BIG CLEAN-UP from 5 i
our a MNIIe. Na.at M Isle
Hr. 11. KITTENS II M... M.I, W.1Ite4
] M W4Urfnm PrtMrtyM "' '; '
M con_ Iw Ml* L L LAMPS iTKiir

= 8 ..... Slltlt ......... SALESMAN
PIT wf miss ctanMit and tan
M *.. ei .K WM4Out idthiw' Mt' liMrUfM* MwifM.
mContinues l Ml -M. *n cJMNIn
III Tows Prtctrly4iawlMM M MIRRORS s1.TMt A*..V WII_'p2SALISMAN


MAD 41 ,(rmi 4 ACTHM N 'CENTRALFLORIDA'S "U-':= =rl: lNrS
NOTIONS .. ,_ \
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w 1 : w.- Means lay lull
4'1 0' CiKrW PIMP a4M4to4lCmeM WNNsIdNtl Inns 15 I I.IM.Nrs
""'- INwllNO MM.tit.
Itf awl47MMIM Meat _" Ps' aIp.niaM I
w II PsesMad Ass, P'' Sill MI.wa N1nMICi.
C", PS 1IaIS'
-while II UnNNa11NO. ;-_-
his' quantities IA.teNOll Lasqil
f 's Week tar. Pent Paste ,.."... also Ca al"l.lr ft.'..
MMtl. Phil ft H''
last! > a- tee. Pint ,,_ Q. QUILTS Mir WrlM ... ...... el '._1111
/ _
, *> aMin tor Past Ice.ICYCIj '
a S ai.NOs';
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N Mall's,. Nstna.It I roan.slto N i-.nlaWI.
0 LARGEST Mist lass INS. NNn..ar
E w...... T. Ian55 UMM Titttri-Mi--*
W lT.D'le.r ii.1II rwll ;;/
2 MAYTAG PERFORMANCE AND GUARANTEE IwwI Wasted Ward ... a1.. r.Na M Nan.-
N ..., NC.rtt.I
-- -- II 0IIIct ;i DIM INN 5 i Sets Ass! = :.111
n N PIN/MN ....... i STOVES lor ..... .Ilrr


= = enit Nsa 11M ,1.0M. lor _
Irvlt4l ..
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tI Heel I./taMU115 :::- : .::
14 anti 4 TV StrvM U'J UKULELES Well N':l pee lint ..../. ,

I I N AMUKK 4 P..NWIWANTAD & P: ....las ales M II.:= I,

I : $1- DOWNI: GIANT y' wAjjillo vwW.a Wilt Nan
RATES ... ..... --
lot Ns' M1NIAe MI ._, w.
I TRADE PH. J7I-MII ant NNae -r1.-roles....-. ws- I

'" i II! NO .. 1.6411! II iIN hiCI. W WASHERS awlsaIre1r 5. :., -...=." SN.N ,

... /W 0. .t1.CaMr..
I DURING THIS SALE | IN lit lyDEADLINES 7NPA as iIiNlw"T7105......._. I

s I You Can Own a New Maytag $194 PER e en X,i XYLOPHONES FOR las a/.":IpwiIl'aI l5Ils'.d.t M 'eel" ;

WIIIC I ::1 =-00:::'., ,r- :
AutomatictD'y"For Only . ... 9i ,- ..... ,.. taps' ............... ,....
= I You Can Own a New Maytag 'SO26- "* I On Mtjttf WrlRter w....." =I IiInINN.'N-...... .or s.15I .....l. Y YACHTS wAA.Na0n.o.r. I..Iaa15.nN w w..."wNW WIN_M 'tsiMlal "

Automatic Washer For L. WEEK ., This Me...... '" ..... w trw NW eo-,
f. | ; Only ... III 1 Saes, n/ SIN, van M MN
: M.,... ly, Ptr HM WtrU'aFtettat ;; Is. sal. Ss'. aNaW.
i; .; I You Can Own a New Maytag '430;I PII I 1.1.... w...." < PIT I ...".K MlIMi t.* lit .... n/.r. Z"' NEW ;. :l ==.. =

< I Washer and Dryer For Only . ..: WEEK .7 .....fe M CheN Pram A lm sM M4 lMt :ITHIIS =aIM IN";PrW.wIN. IIoIoIIOIo MaMwiWillw.w MIN 1.w.I .

You Can Own a. New Maytag !(ej" 19. P I FAMILY ATO Iwrl M.. N. 1.. MIaM SONNATTSNTaN
1 I I K ;r '-"'as U...?. IN ..>*
en1 ,.uCltNIItaWIN ...
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'f:; 1.. 1:1: --- .... .. .... to W Ns' NaaWIO MMla p1. MINIM Np at.N.
.. : MAYTACS. All IUILT It __ .... ... yule aw _.U t't M has
Automatic Rated No. 1 AND fIr "
A ems
TO LAST LONGER ,.", -- --- NrIttrII.pWl MN WIN C .
W .-. PIN MMlMSN a.alNan.
J '
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swath WNW .0 MNraalwIPMMlWinprsin
I 1 WASHERS.m* MYEtSPrka 0 4 pa.l Well/p. Pr Mann
I tit Yte' l Uka MN .1501.6 .A1IG11ML vaar4II
Art Over 40 YaartOM E ease's
t. J5 HHtnM mUth ta clMtt. ..... Many j ,.. rentMil 1./,=0 =-= Ysala.OCra. ,.
U .4 Variety Star .... ... ........ ane) SNIT In UM LeaN S MNN"Ns.IIi7 Oil IM.Mynnv.raNr
... T .g rolll.Nt.. ...... ........ ...
Tkemk HM Pe.e>.lt :=... .... tNya.,,. n 12 point USED -.MlvISI.

.f Geiinttvfllt '.24PU ..4ctrlhe ISM M I MM ...., file. ,
\ '. E i.i..i..... .......
the tr.M.adl.su..a. :r.;: : ONLY 5 DRYERS LIFT .
:.. .... ........"lft'
0 It thin LL LN ...L, 0 18 Point twd. ;

lit I.wo N Was weary tell J.--...Mile as LaNt.asarint ..

< t ___ ONLY MAYTAaORYMS HAVE"HAtOCf.HEAT- E. 24 Point or fix CARS =.veoo.Pr: II..altaW"':I

..... N S SIN win tea = = = ::
= .
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NA.... A IIw .c cost only Aa..IICG......,. ti ... .., ,
W .l......, lie a.IMI .. 36P1. -ANTP.lINt c.i'r.WIN- r-.-......
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05 .... .... N P Won ....." l... $3.00- rIIULI ._....-.. I
... con .... .. -f :,";M. ,user ranCiniM w- l G.NW IN... I

to MUTt. Z ... =. .""PCW i-50 N y I
w WSTPN.I CMINITI w. --- SIN r 5IinI0r -

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MAYTAG, THI MOT AI'TUMATIV MAPI MAYTAQ, .atlaNna in .. 1 N '" ... ,

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'I I"1 .'_ 4C MI..U.. Sun Sunday, October_ 11_ 1964

1a-:.......M I. .(:.. 10 PITS S "LIU'ooDLIS. 12 Mabil HOMIM Ff Soild 14 WfrfriifIUTIFUL PI.p.Ny Sf HMPM i tr Sa>toIKW 4I

: .:::a-ID': ::,= tSwrn ilandird and '..... 1mala Drivea 0*ntva M VIM_,III.clord UcatM Lak.in. MODERN REDWOOD CROSSWORD I ,PUZZlE /L AeA '41" A
: iao0tm.rd AVrA. C C R OT"S" C.
and I famaMi. .. N
MaI1......... prfcao ranoo raitrklod araa. Mai ttarlngaacan .
= .. ,... W. only' 3IulofSd $:::11I
p to 175. Call 37H4U ..... and aomlo iiapo07MO. I U. .. .Oo.t.TItACIOSS
IlAMISI kllfanl ....... willing ly ...,. CHI 3TV47H. 130ft. lot on papal .....
I....54.. Nile Wt4)PMo'a'wotor and oblo to law far new homo. Little Dbl..Molnlan' sisal link J4 HcrlaglMJlOrtwc c. 0 L 0 t'I Eo L. T
: ,
13 Parmka ward ....
Phon ltamt'* '44-3143.... Thraa hum 111 on* Cedar Key Shores II In. Copear/.155 ,_ 1.M.NS1uddlrDl QQ. ana aasu.
"'UI:" MLinuAi fine honigtltgi' from $2250 Laundry rm adjoining kltchanI .

It, PNmanad ft iSTmanl, Co Hack 5 FRENCH with ,OPl'POODLES". US to OM. Save a Lot non.watrfront from jl 510 S Ft glandr.lg/ woad 50.1111' wndawaCorport .rasa' irlona 36.SNd! ywad* nanaana tllt".SIoIt"L&a1lWlll1 nngg

': MCa Phona 443-J4U, Truss. .. LawasI .yrMSd III .w Rlwatry.1 CEDAR KEY 3841 1 or 3831 and shin. s room 1".
1H NW .. tribturr' ncan
t"O"A .I AN. _, 00 AND IRAS S>" T. PR 1*
Cowl: pupplal =;Uni nd--.b: i LARSIN I*. .
.. m w Sclran0lTNay to word and ,. .kmtit Marina Locations 39. Prlofd 1M P1 A"
TMKN 1 I and whlla. llrad by amlgrard u LOOK 14 NnrU.Qx'iwa II IN. L A I J I IIS
55 paelti.n..p.n" ', AKC Rig. Collloi IM Mra. Waitor to 55,1.5,1.tile futura Nu iMka. 1 taunt M. INVESTfocAtissn5dedhlrt, GLADYS 40 Bon ana L 0 e L J'
".. ." / Martin V/t ml Norm af ttarkaan Our top 'bran **> /. MET
D15trk4. ::
All and. Sr15l m raad. ana 111 blocs North gf sot mall II WIO{$ N N _... 43. A.p..Hot L. T It lit I C S 0 IW
:::- Thew ...,,"'"" arc ul.ranawal w'ou .lea. 1 VV. I5WNy. Motel Locations
Thesis' Truck "top ah301" : SMITH "
win ,
.rrrm.j ,, avallakU l.55 TLIM i T.11t
w ...,.. .nd land':':r. POP AL.-wllm"iii"; "'"i'; loin, an ",. lot. I mli. -. I.ot INVEST accommodation. 17 Solid 44 JotfkUlki' It s ,
w1. raanmt good oat far aid huntir. 11.yta55 5015115.," 05 504. iwgdgd 372.5393 II. Wo dI ;
pyrienal nwnagar bird
71NdrM. .
.oj -' R .o7r Orlando. Pia./ Phon* > nlnji, and HndoyI 1rIuIII' SOLUTION OP TUTMBATI PUZZUI j
.... 15.555Ni 4o.Eoxldtcl
IALllMAM N NN I IR. Trailer wild cabin*, M 4fX DAVID ANDREWS. /.SrgNrlyOaad-t / : ..... I
hems a5 buy.5 .... = 12 MWI Hmi Poi Sl lot. NIC* yard wit I WIlMuth ...,...., coups 511411.01 alwbcibbr. ,.: Miles Hip bold

N wwny CMt.w T susf 1/ 'P IT.aLITI 31' r5....., /n. and pump Phana OT-fST*. '. REAL ESTATE C"' 773.3705InwNrn.nf 22. roarda ...... IPorrcalcil *.LiM. t "
,' :::.. 7 .i.N / NIN 1 1R sal 555 WIMI1r INS TATAN maMla .tarn*. 10nJION '. SO. irs411 1sammd 10. Pat** "

1 KNAPP IHOE' roil a 5Owl. _44M1I7''''., Mlnman.CLEARANCE Good' -. Only MM anulty ma far tike* ,'up. Call paymantt 371an If H._ fr S.I 00. W. Awe woO s.rNd Ry -, .lap MI P-fr_ ctJlphIlTumork SI Mow 3. Com of 11.7r. ranhl I .
...... PUs.,1 attar I P M. 1/5.N aulr.a" for
51154/131 .KullMS3 jullaaaikiiWonlof
1156 W K W I 5R tr.INr' ,., ..... btlldlnpssine "tocotlana" ( KJftcUorDOVV .
5.515 lrM.INe : aMarolanlonal t
"'J -........ .. .... N/CS M X a ft I tadnwn troll moot all SPLIT 25 Moray of ill
C.M 155.'621 .bmar'
J./I IuNS n... Wcandlllon. NP05 LIVIL s IR. I ... I otllcoa ale Ml anUMvanily Slip 1
Year ... .
i = = -, Mi M Sadists ana ator.ag 511., ..... PSI.. "It In kolnS.s, A.... and N.W. atd. JT.Spitag cbotct 19. Tnutrt 1 I !
wild Plans kOOfUl
awnlm. ::11. ,
.. ..
1711/ ft--. Call 775.5115L5.
wlpmr" IALI 0" UNT. INS .55,11 .Mama. '
il NEW MOON II S 14 was bud '15'. I Located at 1414 NW tin. A... 2'.laitIt 53 Add** c. ..... 411II 21.Herhf r"l t'
roam. MW.N ream and 135. I III. traits' ?, wry naaan.M Pdene. 174737 er 374413. dew s .pIVm11N .: 1011n.rsl ,2. Abp IICICIC 5 IrtotU saMSn V.s. tM .:
'H"'IfMAI ... C\e. *, on 37i-Hj. im Of. oNoaro -. tool h.droan 5.511..lot hawN
... N CwsrMI nlMasa wail t. wail 77617.1. I IR. I IATHI Pie.. rm, fenced.hi 33. HriotIMII5&. With. C.TIOPJ 21. I lore Lot. .
-. MobllatMma Court UM M t >
p .:. rum hum MW.SeIM MN t.151u A 4; SALI ,. I. far ifudant ar -..... .yard. Isis,..Nl..oe.IJth.......,.air Call tonal.tMdad. :771.uiviss .. :SI llows ::;.l"c:I ""11II .draw is 7. .rtpt...rT .21.T.... > ;...
I 15 Vim. trails wash tulaaa iy
411 has" .! ttrok ,
pineal Ilea Irs SEE US TODAY .. 51 .
1.4 .MWN. Cay.. 5Mv
pas A WnI. Pra01M Cap. .1 7:; avern. A 1a.11 hem5. L. N W. 72nd Itraat Ana 4 INS 21 Enmot2f
D ,, ysar$15I tar ag*' *a Iniariar to op.araclita tot 1OI'0UO" lulu room whim, ark calanialGLADYS .
Ara. in kKcfwi. % *
.. =,. MU ,1 ,Jg.'ft louo: BUTTS 5100.75.IM1._ cant hoot. flrolr' *, 373-40M alt. alma SVS..4 = (bill for' .f> -H
'LaMlAi.---- .r I, *N doy woMendi.a sip Nmlly4yps pan: / / wladlif illkSO
IncaJlont Mobile Homes Inc. I I 11 LOTS rot SALE'RAILROAD 4. 'h 'OIl '''' IID1''''' "'.1M rsoin ,
opportunity far mot TopailiikUaUigblr4
nova artannd.h onaarlanc poultry*Maid clay. If withcooBaart yau NW 13th St. ;,all 11..d., 'Cali: 3'r; and al r / I e

.,."" : 1 Iw5ba/Nry.. I IImpr.VS at 6th St. I SIDING LOT, SMITH L 675 / 1 / SLBitofki
Sr415 B 411153-51' :; YOU ASKED K $ court
HAVI ,.,.. comnwrcM, tot wild,
Neap. anal wrvlc. raomantallw.. FEDERAL QUALITY rill,..., .Id''... will aracl buildIng Realtor S5 Aofor
I* PINk.r nationally,. known HOMES INC. M Nit manl Olvt Mtlifaolory uoclatai, ,! Anna Minio' w 37. lsrpl* 'ot .
1.w. Wary and eammlntonSM 411 NW lAS: It OilnaivllloPR ..... PR. '-"S7.I IrajMla' Powor CarMIno Naya \
w I' wfh ., Nmla, xn. Maxus N UII3 Wail Johfiton Mgr lull' Anna StaaonamIOOW Add a 511,5 M .Mor. teacS aroalsw a 41.- SttRlof .11\ .
Stiff knew ii 'MN ..L writs ACRI LOTI 1* mdwlal" tram fOR II! : unlvanllyAv wins Ins. Mth.ry NMN5 % CwdMT41TtaRi
.' WIIN 5,5 N 50 IfM TAMPICO ir will, canlraairland Oolnajvlll wits, acean I* L.... *
n_ ,"teNlew. and ...... Lacalod .ki Alta MO con_ to Lam fhana m-OI -
0.1_'". noir Unlv. CHI Ar. Santa .... MM win low dawn ..... -
3 I *, t llrlk a. krllllant nata an kltchaniwiii
bails Flo <
,. I'-W' W..... rSmak51S.Ni char -..... iIIPORI paymant tut balanca otMl PJP4M1IM : .. 15.r carpart mv LoT tHNv IM > ar ctotn wild busy Mua layi.Ilmplo 45.
yau buy, loo no tor rotlusts Ins. 511W N 515115 Maya .,... NW locaiH" Mar ....... amkraldary Pattarn 471tramtor : $ w .
-- ": ''aitidator and "In MoWla AparajiImataly attar I rjK. an max 5 Mo.2&3bedrooms 154115. '''' PR 4340. ol> matlN about M x 0Tdlnxtw ...r.-
: ApN55a' lxps.. '::1/1I'My. 31 UnitS ::.. mm.I 11Y5. $$65 % '7. ......
'" =-111= II.r"t::: ii, 12, jr wwth" up to or .ki, 14 ACRI WOODED HOMCSITIIMltwiaa 1 '
INatl1. 15..5.PaNvrtn.. wait N Town at* aava' LASSITER' canto Id calm tar Hili caIaII. 4
A III art O.I-"Ie ...... recd, 1140 wild tow (aim My.mont. ,..... lid l1 ClllII M lath % 4I.SttftM
.-_ WILL' ooaf III Mart.Ns. Nllkrsel. Wins, call Dick .RabinaM 1 anynma pattern tar til-clou mailing and : :
/ .... III ysw wasywr II' I P.rS Mann. RALPH A. POUf Y, HaaltorIT REALTY IOKIH' dandling land to Laura 5 52. Cooconlaf
: : W. Unlv Av*. :sr.I.LA"GI 2 3 Wheeler" Oilnewllla tun Needlecratt 54.Juabled.. t
P1,051 379964
tI ysra In I'S Mots hens.Suays . Deal.. P. 0. ... lot, Old f
aoaullful toll I In N w
HIOHLANDI' Choloa' notion. Now Yard II. N.V. 'pi
I M Nana C.11 ,.. Only we down I7par ,
lie lacatoo '
R 65711 N'S1 'i5 pal pi, llmlla wild adlooant, M city, ma 'Incl ..... ft mi I Print' plainly' PATTIRN NUMIIRNAMI 32 5115. w H nr11t ... 1 '1 .
Lincoln, lililai.Mlyro. "SERVICE HAS BUILT 0515 Mraan saws' 'R, I kith homo olid ton af AOORIII ond ION. P 5wl ,
I city' wilor. AIM' ,tails Mi welt, .
alarm, Tap Ioc. ... I
Ibis' an Waldo' Roll (fit I mil. t52t.SARGAIN. NIW POI 1131, m doilgm -
17 W... WeItH Me"ww Qorogdl ,
narth af Iporry. Down, payment. CarpOrt I mara lashing. to knit', crochet then '.
.. .ou'd MOBILE 545 Nrm. Nrone....' e PloiUrod walls 3 $5. 1 h". anSiN snarl "' .. > PRII pattern embroidery -
,nc. wall.nro,155 YU''AN 1:0011.M; 1,5 '" .llllee_. W'IIAUTIPUL Formica cabmen $0aIIk1 ..... 1162 ,or.. M dolli NaedKcrifl cloth**, land CatalogVALUII U. IS HMMW' fw i... IS..NaMOM Iw Sail IS "...... fer AI.Nr.Na01. "
has /raNw All 1,55,1 5515 10' HOMES Call V QMcCoy 3>4-> Bullt-lt kitchens 15.555 canto tor now

wINt lacol -...... /a N Ocala' rand Lit..., an > Ttrrozzo floors :: $11y.545$5111555 M COMPtlTI O.UILTPATTIRNI MO.INIt TO .!AIITOUA' _"M 1<,"'M.r.;. "'.' MADiSON PI'"I< J ''' "
NW 141 IS. 772.554. .... 4.511 le, pan* PAM avo4.uallan irw .rkS
Ml Oullt tralS -11I'' Will ion Prd at Nome made. Colonial wired Nr a
wNlabll15.e. Mq laraaMlactlan O Both VOltIlI.1 "'.Ut. Who will make In Musa new ".... Ssau1IW" had 1.1. OIMO .., M
A ma
Phono 49MMI M Nl 1141 wa .. IIN ....... Par ....'_ wpart. tend f ityllng 4 bodroem I par
111 ...... w IfHtfUdtloalo. sip / far yw, I* wa.FORDYCI All city "Itll' 'atSPLIT af I1I.MO Call :in. H cant aawl horn In Maypart ...*. far your "toms pane,ad family, room, ": :bal of H4.lt, 17N NW
Lewd k5. Nana lain Slddwalkg ..,.....,.. Mn55 1 pnpwb.Cistam complete hull' ...-. Many Fit PI, PR. 1-5114 or PPJ 1.1144.I .
.. .
'' ft AMOCIATM. INC. built tar koachUvtna.
ACCORDION LESSONS wa halItryStN.Ni/ .1'10... .REALTOR : LIVIL Lass at ipaca. ,....seals... entree .Real bargain et H4,7M, bMraom. I Milk brown framahouta
Prslsw1MIN IMIMIW NaMiMItmiid to too mlM.TRAILER charm ft charaetar In thlo' mad Hut Room I Phone autn far eppaliitmenttola claw naigiinarha -
livery u* .._
ir at puplli. Far PSI W. Unlv. [ arn trick' and loard ft lotion IS HaMOM .. Sato Maarat family Room, .,..IhrW < I **, 5Inp.ski', .
atolls : J7H434 slurP MART Leh. LaSS. WIubs'. with, wall $11,250.1 $12, ?OAlII 4 M. I laid ....... PaaturM Ndrems. .Mrs W5. OM iUV-" iI't Tarmo. IWa11NIy .* Inc. fn.
Mwy W Open 1 tolul II ,. Ik* ar dan'kaoutltul krfcnan.Many PNME1 51111CN ,
1'1I. ,.... ... N. W5.1 acre N/5. $3 ,Iwfo farnlhr' room, 3753751.
wondartul .
I. _
.,.IIt. Phon t1.411CONNOLLY STOP LOOK LIVE .1\1I\ cuatom foatvrai s'/ Meal rigan
MN.MARY kltchan '
VNw. /
UOOI Loll Uk Maul wit built
Mini wamon lo to W to tram ear III' Oauw1 Y.sr in dauM Sh...... by towarlng, Uva. aaki In *H area CIVIL SERVICEvmTW MOELLER. REALTOR MM y Seth Of/Sr." :515sIr -,_. ..Cantral heal llop ky :JUt N. W. Uld A... and will trad ar tall. 111.1.4Can.. AlACHUA IMMELNC. MODERN

ra.mSIalliw.. Par ear srSatl.n5.N toblja Mama ...... Inc. t ftl Ill, W. UNIVMSITY, AV.. ._.-conditioning Call J7H43I.OMiANTs .Much. mara t taka IP.. ( lam goad Cl took ham at filII wild, NIW car tact Hugh lawardi dx. AllanD.nM4 551 MwrOpanam. -5wry Now I .... I koid Kama wild, cn
/ SiSI. 5.141 i PhwiS Nl. 51.115 IMbIIl/ ....... Maly '11 _1 Sill. hoot and .,............. Ooraoout Salao managar 371115)HIOMLANO tram : PM f P.M. ': had 111r cnd $55.5 kllthonIncL
551 Trim: ....$sroroa. tI' w.Adam. fits, "= "M5CIrr. *.. i ISlR aloe .ttc..... L.... l>la.roam r ntng. "Augwt 14. Ml N W. H PItacrtom built:' "to rang. fmov:.,
'tollY.7' -$1$IOO Jcash VA COURT, I*. I bain, 4N5w.JIN. 111s5Mal
louftaf Vaa bo.in
Grin 11 tot
mdaa 14 WojtgrfrMtt PTdftrtyCAKI :; =DR acr* can Cansrs COlI wmt .M MMr
PIN.. ....., wall to wall carpet living ft living eras alui dMa. 1r5100EWAy
M'OH SCHOOLS Oalnaivlll' U I. niIlnISs > :1.
on 4M Pd. ,
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M Mara rr(1.akId. A m u r= .,...n 9INlvT'*>cIUI'i wnall'llroment '' n'>' wilt ': .. 5y l.mlly low for ream olr" condition. Phone" twmai 'VOICIL BUy IT >VavTIMf '
O. SIN INat. dam tor rant-tile-tred, 4154454 $5,111.5 I law, 5015. Call ui new lor dotilli.homo 371 sw tr mint. I ," lailc madoU 111.771 an co. J7I-44M ar 374-1041.
: 5- ,In city' limit* Mm M Itaadham.ir 111-" / .CNNM LIKI Neat NIW I Air.an11151nI. FURNISHED C awnar, ski IR, your tat IV OWNIH. I .". >" ..Mi, CCIhauta
Exam WYATT- at 1744404 ar 3744171.OVIR r 1554151554 yarn' CIII 170-1111 plw" I I ::' Cc'l daw .m ) m LO. a II..1% .W., CC Nn control. noaf ft air can*.
Real Estate CansIs/0y" NwlMad 3 ". 1 bath '
lion. La. _lei living rm. wMi lr* 11WNs' rm: 4 aftikigarai
II acraa at 15111w1r JR*** Cash In goad N. I. lacatlan' I ra55 Sian. 50..541 PUres ear'
baarlnt paean AIM' totnalldIIOuIS 95 5 flM OLD MOUSI Tha. charm af .... Only tiooidawn and 174 par ..II..w.1I carpotlng, luW' In part fNA __... 1401 Shallow' wall with pump Aarlnknv
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ATTINO Plrol Toooan fro* ond fan Gas Light/ In .Incdidlng" ram* month 111 "'".ant 5505. was anldKitad ar. dimpatahl' *>"> nvtl, tin
Mil NW ash It Call $754717 wail pump.. Many ...... On .d.. -..... ft glngarknad, trim mr. wash See. lull dawn. Of*. Let IJT a MO1"Ml II Mid ft |I', nigh aUv-ai Prko
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Laka. cant ".. Irtgjilr* Law* Sot mN.m env linen. llLo flues Ile pay'sri Plras5 0)4.500 financing .11. Far *oat
175-1117 SnN '.31 '..M.THIIII _Aw. aft KlncaU "d :H mJUJ.
MoWl I. Hamaj _i Iry Co. ': tal Call .1521.. UNIVERSITY to 1 Iniaact phana 37M ar -
U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! Ihnla ana AlritntMTraval > W pal", Include' ran and.muiranc la Mundari 1030 Nt find
Trails WINIFRED H. CRAWFORDNM NIW HOUII Bray naw mod WM1Ms,. Nsmy" I.... *. AH city' convenience A...
M11 wwRfk t3 NM "11511 .4Ii. Oc.,. Pint. Maklla hats Irak or, laacaumif M HUGH .m hl"nr' | raady ear .Ira REALTY on '.... carnar MI ... i it btIM .SI 0 I. Kitchen 1100dawn '
.. a walk Praartarytrln.Ing Daalor llnca, 1041r LAKI PROPIRllMACM lint proud occupant, Hug* .Ii"" 1 ........-. scyss.uibu.1 VA. nti dawn PMA In- 4 IR, t ham "homo COMPUTI
mfll oppolnfid. TdanoMtt at Ji Shyer larlngi livd., AQI I mlii' N.. aton Ash- waadad lot. 4 IMroans. I 111 N. Mow II PII 3l1 .p. ward e % 1s 54 LY furnixwd, all* wader ft dry
Phana OlrlillOtili ".. EDWARDS / : N Mr 119000. too to appradadj
U Nat ** porlmoa uwiliy uni > kathi cantral dial Ml,sol with, W M Munra Realtor Iir: JomwPnon ar
Snwwca ry; Mil IntormallMon PI II.SPECIAL. LAKI SANTA PI I..'. "15kslr111 ,. load ........ Call 37HSJI 1 no*: I. L McLaugMIn Prank .P.. 7765471. 314 NI 3rd Ava_.
.Nk. lalartai, ranulromanti.Writ ; bleb' lit, _,.... view cwvsnLM INC. 'IP IT'S I ,,,. Ray McCann. T. C. Oouglai r
TODAY olvlng LdKdit" nm lira.* 104 S Ill Lot far moWk> Homo, N ....... stint... say RIAL IITATI TALL I Jr.LITTL5W000.

draw leg :aatMTSilnaivl.!*, aun.VtODVI. OiJOa.II. | Par MIN I, NMI-. :- :-'W CIIPS 15,51, P5 1411. 2909 NE 15th St. 378-1521 AIIIA SI. I I
63031 High 154ry, ntvarflaadi 376.7971 I Wm.ynl.:; Loiltter, Iroker 55111.15' kitctsSn. Mwly' cIICII'....
u ......1 ..... NORTHWEST Prhad right cut174140I / ,..) Harrli, : ,.,* In and wt. "" .. _.. NI
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TRAILER SALES :3 I III. HOUII on Lad Oanava farMM .
OMPiIIIOUKKiEPISERVICE na wid' .aad NIAf I ...... ar rant. V44SW ay. Lilting Av*. [ 771i j

311.5209 Podn lono tr.- altar I '.M. 3763511. I I -Thi$ W.k's I

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WITH CULTIVATOM. .,.. CollAlachua 1 y f: r I
4411731. ...- BUY, AT NORTHWEST

ZI UvuiN4l .$511111 ." FISHERMAN'S Fi ,, ,

MUST SfL.L.t. .
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loot aoalnil Producer. a pnalbto,..,ect price yovnOKI rHaby X65,000 CASH L I

laklng advantog at aur boonIng .

rang*program pull'.?. loptombar on IH IdrougdOclakar canii Small Down Ptymant $26.00 per ,"'... THIS WEEK'S Ii ONSHELLEY'S
Pull Oolnoovlllo ar Ala-' SPOTLIGHT
Sisal 413- PR t-IOPI gr 411.IIM. SII TOM or JACK ot

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Rind, Ntiw.Hall.PMM 37H 3> altar .

4 LM. SALES I 119 W. UII!.. A...

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Idy full *rag t in. Hack taoutn 'I AT PALM LANES ".020SOMOJ I.t C...**..., m ... op.talrty W lie kM.. TWy

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'OR SKIS Pwakrad kaoalo pup. d.lkl- with a .. &. MM tfr*.gkt g* Sckllti w r

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kaMllfull I mil. ..... ..k-g.t drdgrg its gaipitglin' ... w.lk.., win.
Oomplon linn, aapara --. 64 MODELS Hw ,....'... ...... d*._Itttt wy t. Ht g tgofyojfhn I < .1\
and ill Shun M. Cilt MV I- I 51"451.5.Slslliy'I.
tot. Pt WdltuPla. : '
KITTENS fan In* ddi.iyiss.
c.n I72.CSI2 I* pta yes, .i >f.f .
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_Call_4H1141WIIMARANIR. ,_ CLEARANCEW .vl.. rtMni II A.M. to 1 A.M.
hHost ,
i PUP AKC POtS rag, Taa blood Wash W...'I DOTLIIHT ,
I hhias.u,' 1101 Mullah Iris
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FEMALE BOXER got to mot room for the '61 mobil. homoi BIUIAIOIlUT DINING] OIMIMO-DANCIMO

MC ::l' I m.c=, N INS IIIi to wg'v mork.d pricol down fantasticallyt I Save on N I. .... IUnC/I .. ..... COCKTAILS rr j jUNB
11h 51. voluoi !lik. CtIE STICK BiLLIARDS at ratio 1 HI I .
Orauad .ull, > ".$ oath yawn1515 too.ring 1m w. Un". Aw CNa.Iat INN 4 '
LIM arkad. accardlni' to your gang O..e 21 11.3P05 Maak Roam, Imarga
ago ond auamlty NASHUA Oaen,II AM.Hi llPjd.OIHIH4) a fart tandwhti .k* craamraoo Waii Cacktal haw I to Kl "-

att-ttol Alatdua Plarld I i 5w N Mai Sirs/ N I,1. a ..... 514 555hl11gd I ffSTAffWWK: ;

TWO I manldo old AKC ra*.. Clit Mar Step ky the I .
ErusrPnano -- .ISIS I iITALV A ft W ROOTIIIol STING .... 1..vrivratt. ,. 10 I'DAYS
s..... p1 i1MtSP JW NW ,:till 10.
_Vt-aM._ 2 BttJrooms, Front Kitchen IN OAINE5VILLI Nr MltS : HAPP17Tt5iQ5 W."I.M. \ '

: iWo 'AM.1' ulna, mat ft to- i ..m* by conoMight. In MM doiight.' 01555 3d ".M. N Ile I CacktoM tor th f nilI.p.cW ."., ..M
maw ear Mail I fm alwaaanof* af ItolylMANAROI grit 1
: (ill ih""W "* IKTAUPJANTlaacbuiiai GArEHOuSEIIUTAURANT Oonclng to WIt staN at WIt Ceo

Llrr..771J05I l1. $2995 In L....... Pita. 14,1,5$01 I 541 MIcIIII'T A.M. 55 = ,: .t 4.L 51NH5.141 M $2.00 I 3.b.
151 amar dNklw Italian Paod. i.lw1d'.I
I 1.i1Fl ROOM /. 500 a .
"d. ANCrpN55rod. DM MaaithanM R*. tit .
: PIJO N. m15. PM3JV10H .
: *. Clooo Mondoyt.IRV 4IM NW IM M.GENERAL NIN. ,

1 MA ._....'i.....,5511..15Be.55Nr IYtLNej Or.SIRVICI Originally priced at .hundreds marl! Get th. oaiml. ow TRIMINOOUI hat ....LONG'S.. CAFiTERIA

j i MC.wtarwI, terms In town High' trjdt-ln olkjwoncoi low down Rood Mat lanowkhet (No* Or- 4..PMl31PM.d.NIa GAINES b ,Rea c. a..... .1-
!W : poyrrwntt band. .... Ananclna lean atylal u cant waak STEAK ROOMAMUUMINTS ,
) : monthly .
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: _...,..M. ;..... CII P5 menu ot tow 01 $40. tram IANOWICM Unlv Pal IHOPAcrau OHkki 113 W UnlvanKy Are ..... --II N 55115M ;, .,

M 0 Canty "' *.. HUMPTY DUMPTY 0415 $015115. HNIdw. Iwo ..yti1.N. i.Iy; E.cl$ w..k
Ian S 11. PI .
SiMwrot55e N easprst. dhrrareMrvad WIlls 641t /
: CALLS $5 SAVE HUNDREDSOF 55.5. ft.IIII-. lit 155." r.51 N N I
.* grill** ORMM. Me ofaHILLIV
, K Air CurNhuSSyw arts Opal 11'11AI, N 11. oj'UNLAND
I i 5N51slrIIN $eryls.C.nroaNM i '| 301 NW in* tt.
, : ..... tor fait. fra dSh ws a ... .tit 94 ftfMCiall.
: I Ala* am. ft Oehlldj. PoIIc_ _,.._III
My mew N 1..w wN4.w DOLLARS ona Lawa "-c_
MIN 414 kouoodadtMM bran a. top. It* W Unlv Awe Pit. CNNS15 Ga1..A to lavl and ftlrllPram .
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tan 5515 N AM N N "M AOMIUIOMHII .ill i..H.wd w.tcb terkl
" ...... 1-5001 on ramous nomo tnobll harMa. whil thy loot NW" Itt Ay* TOWN 1103301 "IITAU""TI Wart Untvarwty A.. I ,

i at thM prtcot NWIINOlaymant I 3355 '.1.11.

FURNITURIUPHOLSTERY HOWLING 11 lit Itayal It. (In* *'t* llrtoln, 10 tt* Mad w* AOVtUTIM IN THkOflll Went Aaf Sr.ci.t
FEDERAL PALM LANti aav 111n tT?, 15DUTCH Mi
0.-. 1555 M its 5e TREAT ft DISCS !
ear M sib's *N.15anNi5 from f A.*, to t A." I *
JT1-4I41 QUALITY HOMES MM wN ".. .-4aMl NII W UnM. Ava I II I


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I '. $ Class. out tho Closets 6 Utility loom Now-Pick up extre co.h '.noll to pO.Oll .4. ore for non commercial us.n ailing m.rchesdise priced

1 0 ,tATS 4 ONES ] ot bails$100, quicker or lou ectlo.with..the 1111I111 price stated III the id. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10.,. ...No refunds for ads that

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

I. IS HWHM f*. .... IS PMM It* *44. IS HMM ht .... IS Has... fr Sol.bulMlnfi. .. IS "..... IM.SaleS II I.., lilat. WwHj 42 ..,.. 42 r.rMMONIY I' Ac.....

I I SCENIC. iCCLUDID SERENitwlMklnf J III wlh,' tlr conjlllonlnt. lond.' ) n. itev.li ""|. Ul W M 'NO .R _.... IN" ..... OWNI. J II. 1 110" -. I WANTID N A'ili OF MAXIMO POULTRYfAUM
THE TIME Lot AIM, blah 1dry. KOM4I wd Stan ..p.co,1.. 1W. ION MM tout us pnymwnMl I? A. Quit HommockloVol mr Las'PIro.I IchMl Lowdown I 30 4 Acres M molt' Noma 1ft MOCK M lacy
I'I. .Pal N a 1131. 3 S5lure. "'.... Only 1 Par com down tndminimum mo. m M nil II Mttrnv let Out CiVIl I V..._ _.. mil. uth ItIrtnd .r wltliln ) mllM (I Halnwvlll, from "MM Cat I
Mccl Lady Ie 5.c. N we low ..... CHI' :WMM7 t* I' or on imnai.McKINNEY Dar 4 TurHoy .._ moot now VH 1.. ITMaM.OPIN Mull bars Mil Md HOI* OlMyt. ....... r ..... NI iIItoH'I iroMaas, I ......
..... Incl. sloe w/on M* *l Hi) NorthM.1 rm TorPIOUP.I T_.. A'" m A b-'. I...... tank In. Will MV -f MN Mr IM W. Ully. try hKiM iMkg. with .n....
HOUSI rot ri :
r; IS NOW. ........ c. .*.... *ll ........ foodwl tale Othor MTMO 4 wotorfronl km. Class .Nana e.ellMt q.for fml.f >M.. acres writ lo (. Oolnofvlllo fad -- 1.5110. MaelS
dock A bMt oho*. *M. Mf RoMrt M. Cronom ....... ChUf : Md .ntsrl.M11.. CYlcd. .... Sun, or all I7WUIWAIIIHOUII SO add all sad
THIS IKTRA1. 74 .... 1 5.. RlwMOO515 I
w.rtdlap nH3lNwPHA Ials AM AC..OI WANTS N N 10Km Itulh tl .......
tulip' Ij It* Irao*. u.0. 1.1 05.10. foil Uinll IN ...,... brfck MlM > GREENDEATON NOM. 110 WYnaNp" Ss.Sat. part or all 10 Call w h>r MMtt acd ippsln4
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s1 lid. Otslr 451.17$. Sill Ie, .. J n. 1 ""' Mnonclnf I wIth 1.11 down I* I lot .mall rants will =:: .nlmy "
5453 Sobs 11,5.IN. .
Ish'Iwsil..a1fiari. ,
Do You Have lltul I. "-
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II. make wlltlM buyer Per mo.loiwr
N ,. bad IOIA .
=rl UbTdowniwty lItu1ly 1a de.0.d. PINS be .catllftl '" Writs .."..... M REAL IITAT
porch. | bom, REALTOR poy cMMf. com 4 III l .....
OWNS MOVING. I M. I NI,50art. d. Cal PS 5-Sal C. .
J 'ARoomi. llvlnf' ..... wIll ttrMlic. ...bath...... If you ,..... IM tl fjj J. J. FINLEY Mmes KIT corMrt. CIS. CollITMoll I Only lno. UN"cal MT c. &......... SMM
, 1115. cal/. Spas wi' .1' -. H. 7001 1w II yw hovo lass tomlty and. Mr. Mpt M IM IIM NW .0 ...111.. 're,...... f .. J. ........ A55011/5
sarSSp 0111041014 law with.... wont room, fill KoI"R MWATIRPRONT 5.11 Tarr I : 'AM*, N'i': lied II.W. ,11II N. 7/44517
i. Apartment or 5..005 ... Low 50150 popusaot" '$343 DOWN "" rtH.. lrom IMUW on I 0 i imM
00Ym. 11.0145051. J1V NW 32nd .Tio1", "PI*. Roan J ... M M.l M II '01. net .... It bl Nunn
,. control .. ,, ,.. .dW..... induMrM CMtor for NI ACP.II 11 "'"
House to Rent PI Pnon.in-4011 Nan dully kxttMwithin kTM _. 4 IR I .balsa Wall ml Mot ontt Pool .
I brdraont ctncrttt block .horn. | ills 0001 5015.11315 down.Ions .,...., .Nad J00 M. 1- rills. I ..... .
limlly mm wm I' f).
IV OWNIR 1 IR I ...... CCI .. = -"J. ". horn, I0N 3744014 tr P4O7I.IUIINIM .
with OM Ian mil. Pound .. ad. m Hvtni Arm. Call for M*t.NfW I. S1d Aces 0110.5 P5 lien iyilom, ** New Hom
horn* palilINTrio.S. Now .mtortor >, Ity ream sod toncod borN ,..... M <* lo M 1.cN. 017, ind IntuitrKI pnMrlinon i nod rrtnlMt .
REMEMBER thruM ONLY MSM Mr moots NO 1101 oaidllaf: PresS under$17.0N LISTING loW.... It. will Mil HUM M. PrlcM It Mil
Neon pmg talon ctiurchol md Walk now to Linit.iho*> CLOSING 'OITiI Con bt PMA flnoncM N. I. rtr Klwo I III I ,....." fir lit.CA.lN .r Mild rl Hilt tlMfll Clll lito In

\ : A rental vacancy Wood WMlWMd ......1.. Susar0ka. IRAND NIW Iry Nadresm as with 05w.low yes down thisM.ttymtnt. srplrly_ Lit Ml Mini. I*. bltchM UiufKOO.tdrtrd. .1110 PO OYCI .I JOII'I
Strip" oaktear.*, window homo with' 1 15'.10 Sadly _bl.. 'AL
M lloon.doubt
> step botor* you buy. Call p. ..i;. GOOD BUY tH W. Ultl..
COSTS YOU MORE ctrnkn l vonollm Nlnm.PHA MUM, tor** utility ran 1 ; INCOM1LO Pull lonfth. In!. hond ownhMrt WESTVILLANW
Hnonclnf 0 down 4toon I and ...... w55d.d cebNM .... ...-.. III .. UnhjCOZY *m* 1111.. Doubt. non iseiw rand 5 p m
monthly Incl..... knur.onco Just ouNlds city """ A McMEEKIN LAKE with a/abllse"d 01.00. C.rMrM. will. 1105050511.... wiry eI""tr.ClilV. Only" Aces II mtorMot collNorwooa
than the ad that t torn II NW Mm ... RIAL lVv"AT illITU If you *ro wontlnf yotr routs fu......... Invest III 0._ Mm plumblnf. |' lutl* MOM 3743701.
Phon PR ..
homt Mtuonjd bMutHul" w/edews. Cb..s.r mai y.a0Nlld.
will rent it!IHer. TUNIS bMroom, I bath CCI. DOWN will buy Hill "" "'..... 'IMo-mit inrtcrlv rmrty on. tills ., Call 37)045 01130 5PM. AOVKMtUK M Till I I6)h A...,
trvn rtdh VM Mwn Kit > bodroom 11.' bm mown. StStM5 oile s,1d Iw1Y V mt.vir. n15ONRy.NVSTEPHEN _
Ml pr mt. ... N'W. lilt Dries ry horn lit.... to ..,. NW Mo ...... would bo MMl-1! I. R. I R .ll N W lltl Av*. Im.rnMlot .t 17th St. .
lOt 3/111 Am.JWK Hon.IPACIOUI. I Mlh-Fio. room Plnolocoin lucollontkxml.
OCCUMIKV .. bate
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what yourvacancy m.amy _..oa-. all .,.....
I kotfrom IVk bailsma..nrr I --.1. IV...... FOSTER Now back 'In
: COSTS Yale with Ia. X tf : ft. lot. front** Uuicd HEIGHTS to xrvi
AnilMI It Sail Wlltl you
SWIMMING POOL Locotod InNw n mlhri Kit of o.inoovlllo' | MARY.
NW Mellon |wt oul>.IM City ml, soup, .4 tIll 0510Na of ftrrono, WALTER STUIBS
YOU EVERY DAY 11",1" T.,. I. III .......'...1 Juil mo plan lot Opal llvlnf HAve 1 MI "Induitrlil M M NW LoctM M NW. tntl Plan t
372-8404 b y /767153 aol Mod liwilnf Clll Mat MOELLER MY 511551WANTI. tin N NM !Irkll 11.0055 unMrnniirvciion.
: I DpolntmMt-' 1.3011.ASSOCIATES Pick your own Inc.
until it is rented?. OWNIR WANTS. tl cirry ml H.nonclng f 11200001 Il0-Oat'ht colon tit VA ft PHA Ttrmi.Coplt.1 B & T
this mjnry thrMbrdriom JOHN REALTOR
1 houw lint ......... thtnrnor Call lot Jockeo-.nytlwa W Com Phone 174.519.
[, J. Prtd Our Joyno Itirrorwlirlll IRNIJT TIW RIAL TV
" IF RENT! YOUR LOSS from hardwood Plnloy IchMl" Tw.bomb MERRILL Col. J. W. GaulM.. J. Wlltihlrt lll' W. Unlvortlty A's.PR MM NW Ulh It. >R t-.... .11I1.... t...
Strip floor.
' co...., lot with IM Mk floss Mult,til, I lttln| Multiple Llstln5 io4i .i l i'UDLOT IN M.L: N.W. Utn "- 5 IM IrnMCM 260S NI I "We hide Kevm"-
; IS': .PER DAY ISM :: Hid ....,- HTOM.IAJV REALTOR A..I.... lot ARIA Soil an ,,_ for .......1 IT Vt-m ,,,... fit I
TO buy Md say to tw* I W. Ma1Nr Path 11"1"C..I. a.ymNt5 M 5.5051 V.,''' Call 0.
..... MultlW. LIMIn.Phono PARRISH Mays "'_ Gran 71S.
1 ) NT mo. ? II.d pct toy M If* LlttttwMd ThrM boarooml > PR M4 I
fw* bithb ,largo llvlnfind A..KLN.IMacola I
in por mo. .. n... MT des wry .Ice ....... Pordl .
a ploy bows fir IK* cMkdrin. I W. M iMCktMnnul PRESENTSPIRPICT
HI HT mo. .. II.a ""M' AMum* t fl VA koniARI .r
y Sonar t' Vary II..'.... 1It dew.pa AND PRIVATt. .bxilMM .>
:l M wr m*. .. MM tutMl kya ... S.cssd ...... FREDARNOLD Mod Sly troll In Ilk See This 4bedroomI k
L saga 500011. I tlwMd This Hrctlv I bod.
Mr m*. .. Hit NT toy YOU .totklnf for I slap thrMkmroom tam. I bats horn wills con.PtorW .
twuM M fill NorrhMiltW /r5. 5.at a5 .1' tibdIl....,.
lit tor ,.*. .. WSJ nr toy mans It with t Pltrldl Ro..nrncd room build-in' kltchonand
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bock rare, corns 11Khwli .
'k. "t Wl act' '. i. MM Mr toy conw.wf. N loams oil club. "

Wt Would bo nappy REALTORLARGE IDCAL LOCATION. .In bjrldlPork home for less than ... .
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THINKINO of bulldlntft H.v.you 4 BEDROOM f* both .monlry sod ',*
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y oil f..nvld. Room unlrll hoot
M ttr m* .D. Mr toy
rttl.ntlltprlCM Sad all 11.04110101 N bull.
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Idl..l. 7545 bans I.
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I I II $19000tril wo..inf dilate M LI*

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lontfKMod lot. ..c.lI.... ratIdontl In Mad condllkw, anon IA k
1 TO PLACE YOUR Plow MUMMon lrnt Sa all *! *rH.SPECIAL. 5.015 lot Mimi 005..
Copt A, W ..'. UIN, Rot
lovli Kirkland lie OrWtnOR 3 BEDROOM Pad fiNANCING 151114 l-drMm, .1.

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t IR. I."l ...... H.nJwood down, MM Mr llmm only I Ml ta, .auNNlad.. .
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l WANT ADS OM ftow tcnonodM'c .
piocoi pomp tii....... Clam toochMl.
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ihinKod.HOUII .
tcoiMl Slaw PHA ..... R
ta ...,11..1 NW lee. t ", r6l ra n
a IS Haws: fw kill I7MIOIUiody $ .000 N M M... ttrtt. 51/30 dId "". q
HIA' 1 CL.A I II fralS
lit I ...._ 1 bath Mm* tar Mm
'lot wale, sled Mth.cuponcy .
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HIW.city limit.O.'NION. ..H.'CiHTIo. I Mlh Duty.touMt a o..'. Ill II... Necks Only from$315 Solo.AS. _. p.iva- wo.. 0... Ka.. tI........ it ,
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14at' Mn lor Dod nor 'round comfort. CNdo.ll 5trlal
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PrIc.d 0,100 .
foal 1111. 1. .111004. Mick rksf. by pmt' Sal kabmul
PS 1-4611 a PS 54335.WOODROW : :r'iwwrdMIDICAL
Jimmy Or.aw
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pails.M ,: 5 1,1 SEA YT' HOMIII
scrrrr.d .rcfI. 155. 1 ""'. '" Mabr Solider C1NTIR you lino to oury 0.41 foes At : .
0'01 down N r: :lllly .PMA.f turn Kick lit conk flrmlKt 4dt
M Mi NI room, countrykltchon
FORDYCEREALTOR Pr'.ba04p Ib5 041,5000. MM od lomlly
j. A wodb I IR. I both 3,. now kncl Mm. .. WW IN wllh _.ry. tonlrltlr
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J nom* for army control boat ond alt" cond.
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loo ol Inn hwturol lun onllvMt 5. N NacMS II..... N1rgo ,.... I
l' mm Morlum .MM.covOMd .Ins Md much chtrm Tap
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sod diiMMl fmn ""'. M apNlnlm.5A '.

1 1 I h old Idwirdv rono*.Inc Ttrmt r7 trrortotdHu 71. LIPITIMe BY By Kirkpalrick & Pierson of''coursel!

HIGH AND OilY *vrlMkln| ,...*, Of Ih/lnf cm bit yturl, *nd .... .
HI.hlMdi.l-IR. vt too M 111.I 4 bMroomo,
ly Mm livd. Mlht. unMIIubl" Her out BUTLER BROTHERS
I MW. Stk. N j (w, nn' tAyL ...... wolnut niinf' flrodoc*,
yl Mrs.Nary .Cbaka- .::.e.r't and may. may, lhr fMturo
._,,. ...11_. J3I N' II"Ii 10.'llonl trm are ywn. CoilpardyN3754330.
PH. VMMI. ? '

NUIUAl VIEYII' ESTATES 4 full bedroom.Oveniso .
J mi fath,. C l_ PALM r
New Irkk Homes I* so- M jMt.fM> 4V -
... Vansl ........ I P00c.

.I'" Builder fry ''f k,5.", A"s.3754331, :": M N..a M boll.II11M.Y005p CNIF.rdK. 4 a $16M- up '"". : It ni.. ........ r 1 ) ': 'lP11' ht .o41t'! 5* r i.

I ft 4 todrtomt ..,111.110 kt<*- '
M _,-,. on. .hoot VA no FORDYCEAMOCIATtt Rich' wood paneling I
Jowls .."..... ,. PNA ,t... pt'downn LOW FHA DOWN PAYMENT I u7


.... MSco ,ASOCIATI0IALTOR Tappan built-in' oven end
Capital' Saudis. $100 Cloilni. CartA rangei I .
.... VIP Plow $ 411I WtMlOPIN Nawy Santa. Dby11y y
_.. DAILY .* Ok* !:
b Ironcn Huf* iiroh Nothing' town VA' /; 4'
I CM BMW *r wultioi Lktkie RMlltr I ,
I isleEi w. UnW.. ITt-tai ALL CITY SERVICES' .f' ...not 0 if O0 Fem. 0 IN M1'
($100 doting cettt

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l.dae.a .pa//.a.0 b.ihdlse .. FERN WOOD MANOR 4

LAKESHORE Only $92.47 per me. FHA, ,

TOWERS ..$1 ,250 Up' I ., Including lesuraneo, taxis, t\

Look .t th. space end efficiency
principal end Int.Nit.

NOTHING$400 DOWN VA I af this outttandlng floor plant

$100 Clailng, Celt

: FROM $751' fit MONTH : We're open this afternoon take a


IUiIuIIicLiIV I i few minutes to see this great home value.

Bit Erich Frost CetatalPrice. ,.. Now Naishkl 1

14 $15425. $2S Dose I I Drift North en Main, turn right of NI 23rd llvd., end continue t. NE 12th St. Turn left end

follow. tlgnVt* medal en NE Slit Avo. ,>.. ,- I lI lt

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; DIRECTIONS: Dri. West a*

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1PHONE 1 .

376-4456 flew the swim club community r ; ;

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7.20120. Weot ,10 5,. 101 Mdfu1N .,. IOI-A. O.IIIa' MOVINO MUST tILLNNN.. s. lor 1.10 .1u4t1nI
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NI. 11111or. a. .. MALTOR., Now ROOM .lent IOOMI 204.45M lor
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MART MOELLtt, REALTOR: !SR CCS OUPISX kllcltonol.... W 115.11/5 .,: 1.An.. MIN FRIC*. MTli, iprotl MN ... IfU tlnotte. Ill VttlltKUJHIONiD dn...'. eloctrtt uw. I tryon I NEW Mot Ammo uprl M doll '
..... ARCH CAMP'SLL REALTOR end Knoll. trtldoi. .
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... dolt dill. 1OFA AND CHAIN Irene wltn. F
.. 44 C.ttgd.110 $ ,
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$}25 PER ACRE n On .... ..... PAor01 27)4241NICI. 'The Sound of Music: DISCOUNT I MAHOGANY .Idr'ONm' ...R1.; 11.1 .N
Innuirt n tm MW leiii itFUKNIIHID ELECTRIC RANGE Phone ... .
M AqM IMS elM,.,. M mill 47 H..... IMP RIM ..... CL'ANo .ul.t' Po.n sir .2 MKhhMit b T..bLC.IulId.aonI > PRICES *1 I borne Lounge tote toll -.
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NI M. ..-t. T ILi' WIN wtIM > I _.... loll 01011155 h try...'_tnliitnc 1.. M ptttlAf' up your : IN THE : ,
20201510 I JllYlMllII 50 Ie NI < inii .: ./:* r'i"": ,* Mil tr 0. ",,11I'. M.1t N.IR11I Thu It not now venture "but t MODELS
AIN. lama built on your III IXM.' Light/ >IM| ..i" hirnlMv TWO 1otcI,.... KBVM fumliho, trimlvrnlmM PrIVIS prod" mt1111... bolM1Nprn50Ny SERVICE: DIRECTORY I F. D. OLIVER
MINI.: N 40111'.. plVWld.l! PII. ad..in SitnuTKAILI IM Frtnk Okktr. 'S"70511.15" ... P!Of'_ran'fat shrilly In 1* t>elM.keMd New 0,.. .,
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01IIl0... d141 NW 12111 020, 110 Nrm1. conditioned M Ml NW JtfnTerIIM :rtra r. U N.A0.J.u you In Inctm return a ptrpelvtl Ndla.lly 'BYYOUNG 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes ;
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4-i wttk*J 1II"t from Squirtf 'oc_ ptrcMI. Ctrport, ,.. H.. .PS/71.. "' 5500 fm. -.wIT......... of ,...I.eI Family Room ,!
2-loth l 50.
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NW lr< II F* 4-7174 TRAILER for not eala1.551. ;
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W.ho I MO Call JTI-1JM. 155 55 h' 1.5. 77$470 ilr corvJHtoning radio -5

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50555511. Pity 251405.A000IDOAN. 1007 N. MM It. "U8LEI J 75.hiia milk :
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FOR THI cotmrr ... 59' IUKR .. .., ...dl...

1'1,1; TIME. AS IS SHCIAl 1 Motor, 43.000 .. .....". 9 f 12'5 1116. F..F .L.ri.0.1.w. b.k.E.O.dk. ... L

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Check ,these &' and
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see why 17 people: chose a real O IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! !

SQUARE. DEAL with ,one of the

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JOHN SAYS: Wt guarantee you the bttt car at AVAILABLE
the best price in Northcentral Florida. Satisfying a
customers It our business-Aik'your neighbor, ha ,
c may be driving a Gainesville Auto Sales car! ,
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: $445

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2HJS IS I Smothers .Wqnwoi 'Simple9 Goals .11 WINTER. WILL SOON, BE. HEREI I .

ATLANTAr-Senitor George to lon to avoid toe great challenges slatlon, having supported similar Smathers declared that Gold- Don't chance a heater that Won't work!J
Smathers Saturday predicted a of tomorrow. legislation in 1957 and again water's record Is ,"riddled with .Call today for our pre- eoson special!; "
"Bright and promising (u tare" Turning to the subject of civil In 1960,.Wby If he felt so votes to cut err funds for edu-
urTowri for America' youth but warned rights be pointed out that strongly that passage of this cation, assistance to airports,
them not to "heed the siren neither the Republican Party bill was a grave mistake,, did appropriations for rural bous
call of reaction! that tern p t amen nor the Republican nominee for he not Join me and other Southern log programs for \the elderly, HEATERSA!
onto the rock of destruc- President offers the South any
Senators in filibustering aid to medical and mental
tion by promising ilmplechild comfort on this sensitive Issue
JEAN CARVER for 15 and schools hospitals and mental
By like solutions to complex pro The Florida solon noted that days nights hopingto A

.t"TfcT weight ol the decision And humor;why if they triedto len,*' the Republican Party In Us platform apprise the American.people Institutions all unless there
.'. tbearable. Tension fur- match Bob Hope against the ''t1se Florida Democrat, a d'. has pledged'!"fun Implementation of its faults?". were Integration of the races." ,

iwefl my brow. How could one quick-witted city commission it drawing the Southeast Young and faithful execution Colt now before the first ONLY ,
trail.human ,make such a del would surely.be Hope'I"** Democrats Conference"at of the Civil Rights Act of cold snap to ovoid fighting
edsfcraT'J 101I. 0 luncheon meeting In Atlanta, 1964" He stated that men a balky heater when the 'I.
TbrTV season was young. Hope's humor writers Just declared that "no longer can such as Rockefeller, Nixon, and ANNOUNCING tumbles and .
haws were battling for WeorVfoiitfcmi couldn't compare with: ttffrcyllnder answers solve the Scranton, whom the Republican servicemen are swamped $525'temperature i
on toe rating "I think this thing (expense problems of the Jet age nor nominee has stated, if elected, NOW with ,emergency calls., '. I
j accounts for .eomml loner'. can tomorrow's Israel be painted will play an Important part In OIL'TYPE
..-W eeurtesy of a bout with a wives) was grossly mlsunder. 'solely In primary blacks and choosing his cabinet are "far UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT CIRCULATING "'
:flight ease of food poisoning stood by the .press.". Howard whites/ forgetting the subtle l more Intensely interested 1 n ,HEATED! CLEANED .....1" kiss Tea ;
hi.City Commission and I were UcKinney. shades' of gray. civil rights than any Democrat, '
spared of each other's company "Why don't I ever get any r*.If'you build upon the accomplishments Including Hubert Humjnhrey. COOKIES RESTAURANTSERVING Urti Stack 64 $ I
:***'" seconds to my motions\ ? Jim of today," Sma- ."Only this year," the Senator USED, 'HEATERS 20 4:?: :
t Nor;tot honesty. a. Richardson theri:told his audience,. "you continued "did the Republican .
III"IIIen times when 1 would "The childish newspaper will not succumb to he temp nominee oppose civil rights leg- .SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NEW HIATUS
ptomaine toromepoff (Sun) made another mistake In '
tdperformances put a story from last night's meetIng Chester R. Votes CLU BREAKFAST, LUNCH and DINNER I Central Hearing Oil Furnaces . $7.50
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:Jo'No by IDON.the live city fathers. "What was the motion?" KCIAL IIIII1fr OPEN. 6 A.M._ TO 9 P.M. "? CALL FR 2-9561. .. "
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I.oWlU grant yen It., bard accounts)." Ed Turlington.
'to expect the networks to com- Granted, since the meetings .
!MIa 8th the raw drama of an usually wind up about the same
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I jRlduMfton on the planning de-was reduced to pumpkin proportions
yeftnmt.I the canned laughter
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laodnaTof mob vtolence! as meetings up a bit. r
Jong-winded audience members' But on a good lively meeting !
lunge for the microphone. I night the audience response
? Who would substitute the would make some of the quiz

IMonday'night jklat of'dramaT movie for this show springs.One smile regular specialists-.who do doesn'teven hand GREATER THAN AN OLD FASHION AUCTION SALE !

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A. HyWKHALBSRSTEIN and rat. n patting. Steve Spurrier Its ed left, tired back a woalr b catty of Burnt the'buch by Mint premature At this point, the Catora made or ottenaa, exploded Florid
it 1ft." BwiSwrttEdltorItV'bertj But It was en offente that to lonesome and Charles Casey cane Hilda A* Gaton method conjecture after Uw Mississippi It look aaay. John Telber want Field. wtth. hit daft?; -
,. '| knj.'fong 'wait Florida bit MississIppi, again. wide open and toaeaoma In tilt to efficiently Toeterday that ana State. piM by KTlbei In the to for Dupree. Ha, got ,lima,; Ua 'MIa 1 kicker Frisk lam-
.. I" tbtaa parti,but Ftorlda't\ Ga.f agato and again. Rebel end acne for.a TO, That might bava (bought automation 'bigger Florida dUel wu a That tile anon went to tha bart 'ha" ...... .. for tba
f i"ton fonabad off a favored op- .The Gaton drove 71 yards In lifted It to -7.Aad had coma to college: ootbaH polaed tactician u ha guided thirty lineup. Ole Mitt watnt day. taw, It all ......... Tr....,
r I .n'Anent SaturdQ In a manner a down playa! to a drive tptnnma tha trotting on the take l'IDrWi.r.; .,, prevtoutly the aloe n yards to their looking. UM right wayvA; giant. J men gathered to .. ball at the
..*bat wits cbariabad and tav.I >na end of the tint period came later when Spurrier archad ,Incontltteot and apotty soared Brat Kon..IIId.turned In anoth.Tntegt .' bolt openeedTNbec at left guard' and UF 31, ripped between. onniah .
t, red ,through generations ,of and the start of the second: for a soaring pan from near away for at pound yards and .. started on a'blab note went ftllw vital yards n I lint 1 Rtbelt 'lit mo front .....
1 '- 1Fa footbaU Jan still unborn. that aeon that' put them infront. 0 mid-field and Casey made a 111 mart pealing 171 net, plus Saturday Tbt Galore gang- the one. Two playa later 8hai. made a quick cut to tile oatVtoandraDedlnbaMtdawavc>
'. 1 TJM victim wai' touted MlstlaalppfThtWt / 7-. Quarterback Tom stumbling, lunging grab going brllltont assist pyrotechnics of tackling to I manner more than non emphatically sneaked eves,, ,. '
\ was >>14. 'A Shannon tneakad over from the Into the end tone at) a 43-yard 11 coaplettona to just efforts. rembdaceniof ISU'i famed Hall't kick wu tn* tar 74 H of accompanymi ak...' This. :
,below capacity crowd of 47,. ona. ,TO effort,Thiata' wan going n Catty certainly onr/ot the Ctynau, Bandits, copped the, 13:11_m_tha aecand period.! *waa .t Urn": OHMM* pea ,. ,
:. OM .MW. ;.tt ,ln..>road,.:ahlning They raced' the clock on II food for, the Gatorf at thla ntlloft'ttkklett f ftogand.re- .Reba after the kickoff, took 'Back H.front rind HaU'a kick made It 177. "
,....t.: .. playa from their 2S to Ole Mta'U point they kicked tilt extra ''ce"f: ;l-1111t by far the lIneal over on !their awn U half. After Ole Miss lot Its 4&-yard'' :Than l amav DM' KatMv I/* '
Hit wax < ,..tte1Ie1 \tep hat taken to 100 boomed a 31. yard Held goal .aconbotrd.?Jurany Hall toed' tevM tor W yards to boost bit ,pant-and how they went yard Jim ...klf Frank pitch for II anal till TON .ir a
t4, ": ....t.,....,.PIctIra and, .for a Intermission edge.Tbef one. a IS.- yard penalty came ....'. total. to II to' Ihraa' : It should have been a Upoft.t. Kmard Up to the two and a ? of the final ....... HaTt.PM"try
x' "" ,.......eai Gait, .,Ob.-Mitt. ttruck like a bolt from "jtMLytodldltover.. .....-He'D climb tato !tht.naUonal -., .UM aloe .hacked out flu smash by MUM Dwnia, pI u g' was wide tolharlgMlWt'nrrtmltiolthtyttr :
'4ikrs.t-: N lid t.flttbbain'tilt third quarter Gator nataket led Indirectly plCtlllutatlltlcallJ. Ii Ira r downs, going all the way, Carl Irwta't convtnton.. tile OK ; '.,1 44
Nl ... "" P.psrR1 'When halfback Allen Trammel to bam .ilia acorn.A''Ji.i' 'Oaior fullback Wry Duproa" to HlulMlppl't M before belnfatyntod. ton made: sure ..may. watt tohtlftlma The Spurrier". to.k Cue; 'Nntyader"
r' 1- ripped a arhitniathig' yards yard penalty for hltttog a punt ran with bit old gusto aa till Lyle I bid for a 10-yard Ultra*.. ** '! KM, been "moua .X yean, almost to till date Some down till west sidelines on a receiver after a fair catch got Wits vnveQad a bagful '.,of .'field 'raflt wu wide to. the Key ptoyi'ln tha wrfa frei"the 'That was the wrapup, a ;Matt ')
A guy named Sherman quarterbacked punt return for a TO that tilt ReM gome'for ttcon* tricka.' They used the "ablfly Ttariaa left; although! >long enough.Tni UM* to field foal rang" victory package at aver PIO4I.
that after..... aide It 177. period 41. yard. pun that ,' 'tbt.anotgun formattoa itxt 'lime, though 'thtr Inchidedahard'aotadUyardlby ,da hu had store! It."began aIsyt. '
For fane (twte like theirw .1,But tt was to the teal ... tied at 77. 'and. bad tome new wrtakltt to 'palon rifufad to ghrt Mkvaviilppt Poe and Dupnert yard,$ InC fooIIIalt In 11& :- 1-'
"t oment, till!:petalFtorida Ywent tar tbt Gator really unloaded And late fa the game tilt Ga- their. itandard. attack to oAfound .. 1 ; mon (table than hot gr.* t;,Iporrlar"( Caaty '. .for Florida red doggd' 011 Miss". : .
/ a Mlu Saturday andlatttba strongly parttoan 'ton flushed with ICUC.... panad and confute. the contterMtodltebeli. tine '' '1 tU and 11 by Spayrtor eon.. Potent sprit. ott otttan. play''
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Ct towered till Rebela' flag to half. wide-.eyed trfwild. ytd.' WlU.I:1J: left aar.117.n. J.Duproa ate M yards to 14 ytrdt awLalgM more 'ItD Hkhboari.. whata play fr
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f' :. loop The Terrapins were .na Sophomore.E. '.Dtn, fWinlback Dave .well.., for '17 'got hit tint two garnet.. Spur-1 nod'\\9 !tne4' .... for It4 "A'tos of Wei." .a deeper half..doittf ..,' stop:'.a d'"
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Boa Football Writer from ear to ear. Talk on, six yard line, as the, The min who has guidedthe
John Howard Vaught, hit Johnny talk on. "clincher" for the fired up football fortunes of Ola
now famous black: hat pulled ,"I always thought Florida Gators. Miss for the put 17 years
i Horizon firmly over Us brow walked would be one of the top teams "I was afraid that son-of a- liked what .he saw.In Tom
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a+ Florida Field Saturday tightlipped to me today," he said. something that on us. But Florida's one .. two .quarterback
as any security officer Vaught also said he wes Just we were expecting Harper to punch. .,
=Someone stuck a note in the typewriter the other day. It assigned to guard President about convinced Mississippi be running 'em back," com- "Those two well hell,
::aid. ("Gator basketball photo day 4 p.m. Tuesday Oct 13)) Johnson In this election. was out of the picture for mented the Rebel coach. they an looked good -,really I
::Poun' make sense, almost, does ItT Football's In hipE'J'be Jut Jawed Ray Gr.vei. conference honors now w ith "Everybody seems to be can hurt you in a hurry," be
World Series and Olympics are going strong.. But balanced precariously on the two defeats. overlooking Florida and I've said. d

already Is standing to the wings,, waiting instep shoulders of Dennis Murphy "By the way, when In said all along that they, and, "The defense was good the \
take a bow. and Allen Trammell,, mom- God's name did that' Trammel Kentucky an the up and- offense was equally so -
=Florida) coach Norman Sloan affirmed the fact, ttents earlier had exchanged (Alien) come from?" coming teams to the SEC. they Just& have a lint bunched
::MYes we start practice a week from Monday (Oct. 1.)." pleasantries! with. Vaught. at asked VanghL The Oil Miss _"We Just couldn't get Into well trained athletes," was
: Apparently, the Cater cage boss tiger,. ttls h be year mid-field. coach rated Tramell's punt, position but a few times out his final appraisal of the Gators.
3sls: team defies an saperstttlet. Photo day M Oct. If, 11 flay.jjjjfs ", Graves' words were .simple return, and Bruce Bennett's away from us," added .'
M the vanity ...... and to the point., I

-Actually the round ban sport made a semiofficial debutShut "You've got some mighty k
: boys there, Johnny," he
good I
--- Bengals Tumble Tarheels

:t- I t What did you expect from
the I BuD Cator A Shake '
anearlan sonnet 'BATON ROUGE, La. (AP-

I IAll week long Graves kept Loulslana State scored two .
OLYMPICS TORCH i end bait seat Saturday Night Games
CAR IQ' i saying Florida had the stuff tonchdowna to late \
Symbol of Start of,.Actkm to bat Ole Hiss. The midfield North Carolina 2M before M,000
fans Saturday night
ritual Just didn't com
-011I.. Doug Korean kicked a It- Labnrao took'the ensuing i crashed over for !his touchdown.

---'"' U.S.. ,Swimmers off.But inside the Rebel dressing yard IS-yard field touchdown goal and caught from an kickoff and raced 17 yards for The Tigers defense limited
room that was a dif pass I touchdown which'wa nullified
month. The NCAA Guide reached this It
wasam Pat Screen to, wrap up the North Carolina fullback Ken
glossed temporarily. Hard to make the ferent story.Amid by a clipping penalty.
enough transition LSU .
scoring.Moreau who entered the
-from e to footbaO, kt alone leap to basketball, Shine In the steam, ;smelly convereted from end ''Aided by two penalties Willard game
tilt'IIventh leading rusher
Early sweat socks, bandages and to flanker under the new Tiger against the Tar Heels Screen A .
There Have Been Changes tape, Vaught 1, and only offense kkked: a 30-yard field guided LSU deep Into North among the nation's major colleges .
Vaught, don the talking. Not goal early to the first quarter I Carolina territory and Dibetta i to 3t yards to II carries.
If you missed it, the Guide had this to say. about. us Olymp Trials that he is a big talker he to give LSU a M lead after IIIard .
It that I
Gators."Florida's. Just prefers way.You'll "
Screen-to tea Labruz10 Medical. Protection' Included.
:::: Caters are Ug-ttree layers. Wcaard Pack, not get one little pass and a tt yard run by $100000 with new saving
"3Bary Keller aid Sub Heffsaan stretch ever .... Breaks ... TOKYO (AP) Patsy Wil and won the opening heat of the prep out of the Rebel play !Screen gave the Tigers field position your money
rlnn: cans tie shots while Dick TemUaseai sweeps the lard of Mesa, Arix.,' took a temporary rowing regatta on the ],ooo meter en.'Big John doesn't .11 ow GOLD KIY 'AUTO.POLICY'

::JDtrda." lead In women's spring Toda course. The victory that In the third period, Lsbruzxo ,
\ rr"BIU McIntyre, sports editor of the Shreveport, La., Times board diving Sunday as competition vaulted Germany Into tilt final "First of all let me say I fumbled away a North Carolina CF.wJmy
laid the South preview for the NCAA. He tabs Kentucky a In the UM Olympic" round scheduled' for Thursday appreciate you fellows" coming punt on his own 11 after being I
S3he front-runner with Vanderbilt, Tennessee, LSU and Ceor- Games Miss got under way. ;The United States placed by and saying hello said hit hard and four plays later
--jia (Yes Georgia) as top thmts. WUlard performed a second In the beat with Czechoslovakia Vaught In typical Chapman booted his field goal
r..At them beautiful backdlve for U77 gentlemanly style. to tie the 1109 N. MAIN ST. rHONI I74M5I2
that have been changes. Peek Is scholastically: third, Australia fourth, scon.
Hhallglble.. Flashy points, giving her 25.. points fifth 'The eager press corps,
sophomore guard Bruce Moon a reserve Japan and Cuba sixth. All
for the first two dives.' which had been waiting on
Host year, has given up basketball to concentrate en shortback five will get another chance to .
Ingrid Engel-Karenur I of for at least 20, minutes
flopping to ..balL for Vaught
a starter to 1M343, qualify the finals.
: bat mutt meet& .Taylorauk' requirements to be Germany, the defending champion fired toe questions in '
:JJI1b1l. \, lad at the end of the first Racing began under sunny rapid fashion.
round with 11M potato but on 'skies, a alight north northwest "Yes, wa played better to
?; A Calendar That's. Wrong I her second dive she scored wind bbwwlng from tilt left side day than against Kentucky.
only UM making her total of the course. The tempera- No. this doesn't mean Floe
31.:Sloan, queried about. a calendar which has the Caters M.M, a full point back of Miss tune was M degrees. ida's better than Kentucky

opening on Dec. 1, with Florida Presbyterian College, laughTed I Willard. Several thousand spectators Yes Florida Just out play.
and explained It. I Joanna Collier of Phoenix lined the course in the outskirts ed us. No I don't think our
:.He said. ".... this firm was ready to print the football Arli, moved Into second place of Tokyo. boys let down." And so It
-and basketball calendar, wa didn't have aa epealag game with IUS for her second dive, Italy won the second coxed went. 1I'
3: t. They were despsrato lit asked BM to' give them a giving her a total of 24.43. fours heat and also qualified for The nation's wlnningest active i"
ana to pat to the Dee. I slat I said. ...,. Pat to Florida. I The Russian star, Tamara the finals. The Netherlands was coach peered from beneath t
rPresbyterbn:: eea.,.. .AM they did.. Meanwhile, w* flashy Fedoeova, who was second: on second, Norway third, New his black bat and said,
--....'.. VlrgbuV,Military far Dee I, and that's new.11 her first diva with u..., slippedto Zealand fourth United Arab "The opposition was just too,
= appeW.", 11."on her second for a total Republic fUth. good for ...." ,, v
Sloan said the of an. .- --
= II varsity, performers win be Keller, Hoff..
mam, Bin Hose Jeff Ramsey, Henderson Tom )Baxtay,'Taw Germany's coxed four from
:JIna, Paul Morton, Hardy Winkler Ed Mahoney Ed Poe, Wtat'Berlln led from the start
-Gary Mellro1lnd Dave Rlghley. "' .

::"J'IorkIa'. .........." .... ("" ,
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=-:!PI JIft. 23)) =s. 0-.. '::= RazbrbacksBeat J t
"I think ItT wonderful. I'm only sorry they aren't going

I to televise our second game, a weak later. In Lexington .at Baylor
that Florida fans could sea us play Kentucky twice .
!This Is going. to be a big. boost for SEC basketball, a ;
:;:seUl television. appearance. ,It.sheald help us ,lid every- LITTLE ROCK, Ark (AP) -
r ...... ....." Quarterback Fred Marshall .tly
=Sloan Informed Gator agars have .bean conditioning atheir galloped decisively around the
ends and Arkansas raced with ,
own since school started, getting their toga la shape.
him to a 174 Southwest

ZZBe expects no problems on this leOn whan drills actually
=ttarOct.1L, football triumph over Bay
lor before 41,000 fans Saturday

t\ : New ?Man on.tl&e Job night
"'- lies senior from Memphis, 1
Tbs UP coach, president of the SEC cage' coaches, re Tom, splraned outside Baylor's
-Staled: that Claude TsnksJretOan el Nashville baa been named line (for 117 yards rushing and
r& Ray Mradort u"Oaada bead! of TO baskotbal officials.Keen. added M yards by hitting six of
= baa beat eat at ear toy aOetol fir year," 10 pass attempts to Arkansas'
I ...... "1M.bad the NCAA rtgtoaal Wormy last year He fourth straight victory.
IDhesdl to. rise jet fir a." Marshall directed the Razorback
,. l silo cage buffs 'sillas coaches an going to attack to a quick first "' \
'r their G siabptedMlnSEC. future. Then wUJ beSto quarter touchdown and drew
'! manueverlng per sa which often saw some schools sad1ed Arkansas Inside the Baylor 10-
f with the, same whistle tooton.year-ta-end-out. far the yard Una six other times. The
atm. games. Baylor defense, aided by penal '
No drastic changes or trends an looked for this season. ties, threw back four of those N !
::Jy Sloan, "Than baa been sort of a creeping change the efforts.

t mast few yean In that more teams an slowing down," hesaid. .
"We've aaea men teams hold lilt ban longer an offense, ..'
work:; for a bettor shot" Saturday'Prep

: -rS Auburn't on the Run ScoresMiami ,

High M, Jacksonville Lea TRADITIONAL
: :Auburn a foremost exponent el the control style of >play 7South .
.l' under- former coach Joel Eaves, Is going to reverse and Dade 13, North Miami I
'I :play. I'IIJIoIIId.Ibo' under present coach BUly Lynn.There's Miami LaSaDe 33, Fort Lander in' of
.rn r: a reams, to ha ... Tha lilies wII bam fancy dale Gibbons 7 t S34.95 x a Variety' Favorite Fabrics,
m' ...Satan' It tha atobto again ..... One el Miami Coral Park 13, Miami OTHERS
man ear
::JIlt Into eiQC W llsM art VM sued Central (tie) Prom $11.95 .
: -.... the WIll a.aad last year by Eaves sin Rte to Miami Columbus ll,, Miami Shettends Worsteds. Tweeds part of our SOUTH.
I Earn easing. to Atoms aa Geergla's ....... director. Beach 11 WICK SUIT and SPORT COAT selection of fabrics from
: To say the least, this Cart IB the atobto la having a Miami Northwestern 35, Riviera 'BROGUES the world's finest mills. Cloth carefully chasm for Its

I atal horse around. Kennedy I a!' QUALITY, in pattern and colors which art xduslvsv,
1 = At Auburn it'. isms to state that It's bettor to put tba IIJImIlprIn 10, Fort Lauder IN THE '4 Tailored! In the original SOUTHWICK natural lines
Fart ..,... Than few men adept to the middle. of tin data. Nova 0 CLASSICTRADITION nhonces
Hut break than the Tigers' gym burner.It Miami Booker T. 11, Fort Laoderdala your appearance and give you the comfort. '
promises to be warm mdoon during December Jan Oillard 0 taM and assurance you want. See them tomorrow.

nary, February and March. Looks like another hot basket"Jail Florida Air Academy 41, Boca '". .
season ahead.Meanwhile .' Raton St Andrews T *t,4
Ontafe-Mmit k.rNa Wibtn'wnh all eM SOUTHWICK SUITS from KM
.... go beck to kicking the football around .
:some .... It's been more than warm outdoors la the SEC Mandy NipsDeacons ......... Myhog that Flonkciai eea gin ::

yldlron scramble thai season te a kraf..l ...w.-. softer, awe aWbleeonttractiM SOUTHWICK SPORT COATS 65.00' ,* ,f"
9.6NASHVILZ this ever befoul Ww mlWMtawf ,

g Tea* '(AP) N.eo> Mb rionUoi MM M shad i

,TNUaSMVBowling Standings Dick Lemay, a Junior tackle EXCLUSIVELY,OURS
.. from
Columbia Tern, kicked:
c.1.w I ....C..4 BMNT_ni rah. .. = three field goals >Sate*, 11IM .'LDR.HEIM
:: I :u ::.. to give Vanderbllt a M- ...pe'
I' .II.--II ..-...-. ':\:: ..M'sake I. ; victory aver Wake .....' Free Packing aat 1st Mtral Lei
....,.. .The drab
I a. C4III 1' v eearn chffiy contest tamed ,
t' ..
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.. \:=. ..to a fourth farter thrffler rrrrrrrrr
whist saw the Deanm Deacons
,e.a's.Tee 1I1t von i in."a NZMrae explode. for touchdown. ... I
Cf r traha lilt Twhh I lay/ 11 his bad
1. tap c_ appeared Commodores
t..' ... tt won with twe SuM
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Sender. OctoMr tit 1"" "Gainesville Sun 03

ators Impress;= ; :;
Return \
TrammelFs. 62-Yard Punt \

Visiting Scouts Bi BHB H HB H H H B H BiwHM9BiHHBHB89i?! l l L

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By,LARRYWOODS critics expected.. The Caters i .w ....
Sa Sparta Writer were Just downright selfish) with (

n3 med who nuke their the ball." said Meyer.. "

I and butter peering ever "Nothing really surprises'DM .,..--'
y'Graves' shoulder from with these Florida teams. They """ ,t:'

r' i scouting booths, Saturday get the most from their boys ... t
eel that Florida Imply and they've got some mighty .
\i the favored Ole good ones" be .added.
And Auburn's" Joe Connelly ,
4 U wen aU then snooping the Gator be ;.
apparently spied ,
for Gator weak .
I sniffing f1.
liked best In Junior end Charles .> ; d'
but their trained eyes Casey %:
i d I them very little.
1 Walt Hembrlck. South Caroll- Brake Pha '"

coach, said Saturday's per- "Casey and Shannon's early .."
i on Florida Field was first half passing attack broke ;. /" .,".
k but'b* has seen In many the Mississippi defensive plan r" ...... II.
I scouting day. I believe," said O sunslly."It .. :A.. ( ,
"I do believe Florida found looks like Florida baa < 6\0'

i taw, holes to the Mississippi come up with a passing attack \ tl- H 'I',. "
after watching the that can match those fine \ .' ,";
1 ntueky fame. It was one of backs they always seem to I' .. '. ( ... '
finest offensive shows rye have Count me in Fin really' .... ,1 "H' .vj .1. ;

i to'date," commented the Impressed. with Florida this' /, ''I.. ,", .(\:4i. 'J" ,
concluded the J
k scout year, Tiger \ .
Florida plays South Carolina scout t' /' \. l ,. '
||'next week in Its annual Home- Otis Mooney, himself a Gator >>.; ,, .
: : "
(coming. guiding hand not so many 1" .. >

Spared Few Words months ago sat quietly at one .. f" l .
Flor end of the press box taking /'
Ken Meyer, hero giving notes for Miami. ..1,1 -' ,' Trammel Take It In at Gator 38
Elda the bad eye for Alabama, .. it"r
!spared few words In praising ."I get kind of misty eyed

'j ttfao team that beat the Tide watching some of those boys .
t llast year, 104."Florida's out then." said the former Gator -I .
.. defense, farthing one, backfield coach who was replaced .
: [ la much better than most t: : by Billy Kmsrd. Oh Mies' Lawbert Barely Gets Put Off From Rebel Fire .

a What the; Writers Are Saying. I


Benny Marshall Its'six point;underdog status here today and trampled Ofc

./ \\7 .. Wayne ThompsonJacfaon Miss' proud football banners miff Florida field's carpet-lflte

' ;t ;, MM*., ClarionLedgerFlorida's ,Birmingham, Ala._ .; ,. News j ,turf by- >.,31-14 scon before 47,003' I Incredulous spectators. J"

",I '. victory over Ola Miss here Saturday by a 10-14' Florida mangled Mississippi. 30-14, Saturday afternoon ins Edwin Pope,

\ score coiArlned nth p 311's triumph over 'Kentucky: made flaming performance which: marked the Galore as a
t this the greatest dayrln the Sunshine State state tourists mighty force In Deep South football add left the Rebels steam Miami. HeraldFlorida's '
'' "* apparently bound for nowhere.
were discor.: : ever promising but never-qulte-frut football
Tl ey'U.eI It an upset but, none' of .the 47,007'who
( team burst Into fun .flame Saturday and burled Ole Miss
f screamed In Florida Field while bells clanged ,and cannon ?
roared and the Caters ran away couldn't see this/ South'' .30-14, under an.'flflllllvi.! avalanche seldom duplicated: .here .

( COI/I'Y'/ ') r.J
game.Jim :stimulated lIy"public address announcements of Florida'Stab's ".r.

Minter rout of JCe tuc'J-q: the Rebels' plunged to their ..l
wont defeat In eight yssrs.
....... M_ IIir C..M.1 MNMs.I ''ftUwil CM* W KOTl SMI it"MsSS"

01..... N. MriMi P '=,15:-.. Atlanta ]ou aal.co"Iil"ton
HIM II. AkntAIMM r# :Tom Kelly fi
= t2i "
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\ H I IN .. ; :=.WII.. ,* A u V"rKrfhtfunlvenity .
is. e.a. r' ***
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:l'M:lf..., 'of frfkU' beat the UnlvtriltyV Mlasleslppl .
'1'f c_ ....t .; '"wlIl'W"So yow YT, SaturjftMn '. St. Petersburg Time, ,
I NN.n', t .0_ 10-14 here what may have ben Just. another f
=. .. .
f O II.-.ir: c.It. football game that caught_the experts off balance.
I > 4 H_r / Ot"15'r". rJJ"V ,. -.IN.MNre ...cie ,' Stave Ipurrier swung ,the hammer and AHea TramraeU :,. ., _ssass, aOa.I.i( ie.RL cw
.... rw However there Is believe ban
good to
/ MmMM 01 MI MM.r11.. .. ia1 reason may the '
IWM WMtoynt/ sea,,.w.na.r. t a.N.w.1Cr.IM.ilel oi. .,M1a1Mr 1Ie..1. : i marked UM beginning of an era.This J' did berthing as Horlda smashed Mississippi. 30-14 fa an ,$ 4.I.
0i, c.oIeIe": Olympian upset yesteddsy.It
'S '
= HMMf i '
An.... I. 1=5 n!-r:. H.I., was nothing like Ole Mbi' U-T loss to Alabama to ,4
:=: Ifc tiytir M alaIss( mucky ni SUM tm:.WftMMi tvnnit.5, .the. Sugar Bowl where !the Rebels fumbled 11 tunes. wss only the second Gator victory ever over 014 Miss
; 5010515 7. Wro.nM INN C UH. ctwnwwKiitMMr and It couldn't have been. more dsclsve'uFlerlda: banded
Wtynt MM % WMIHH a.ww I, AMjm : .f This wu disaster, something of the San Francisco: earthquake '
MM Cm* i. lMMfSI ,, t/iN.n .fIt. > its worst since routed
M ftlc* > .Mississippi bating Tennessee the Rebels
, = "' TiMt m. du n.m r the sinking of.the Titanic and the bombing.. of Pearl .
55 y. ICurN in N.v.at.MINwrl M.1. "'...... AMI MM crud SMtwxmliit Harbor, all wrapped up and cat loose before the eyes of .71D1.

_MrMN : ,Mnm MtrifNvmint|| ISIX ..: ksh'.llrar ..."P..... 47,101 ,'
-- ". W..Mr --- v. s '........ Tom. McEwen
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Tampa Tribune

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ,Daytona ,Beach PieictJournalFlorida ,
Fiords destroyed the myth of Mississippi todestrucUbtUty
= : ,". "i ,.." outplayed outfought. and overpowered. the ones: '
win .
= sad KM Gators' Inability to n absolutely pivots ...
P1.0510* MISSIon,PPSPut. proud Rebels of Ole Miss here this aftemooo...
: ban fame by GUt.clualnC'lilt Rebels 30-14 with
a-". ... .... Nil Pus.w ... .... mid ,The final score was lMtOUMUswonthstoMandDttleelserhli. .... astonishing
.11" 1 it ,
wp..IMyAs l40050III .
:5 uM''j .... >A t bright, after-,. The bold predicted" Florida win but asae were at gsBsot
........ It.... 4 nM ..... 5
=- 4 I i ** nit M ...... ... l 1 as to suggest the Caters would make Mississippi. Rebels

.Sale 4 *SOwaIrly...... M ...544134. **. Wfc Bob Battine without a.canoe, CI'IIIbIIIIIM John Vaught, 'team. like- none
t-- 1 1 111 if .1. alas Tsansssis. won r-7 la UM.:
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I=: M. 1P V* VB DMW I TNt out'tilt usual superlatives then tear them sp.: Jest I ,
11.9, I i say Florida did .It, which leOs it all '
.,. 17sues ....... The Associated Pre,, '
I =- i S =., ... ''. Qa Lafis., : fad aflernoot)"'more suitable" for s -picnic

:...... PAP .. .... ...... aNMN plaid NI TN'P. lid iersi. Florida mercilessly I burled Mississippi's Vadafaatsd Florida let It be known Saturday that. K plans. r
au 14 football aspirations "M M Florida FWd Saturday.
.llrw.rr male ....... = I .to be a eontsader for the Southeastern ..... .. etuonplasvship
......p aid 1: K MNK a at I "; Bill.iitUieb ,. by crahbif Mississippi "11.,
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Pea .w. 1 ...... 1I1. r. I '" ..aptdttI. one of.the. best SSMMH to At MUeqr af

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11 P4 CohmUlo' Sun Sunday October II, 1964_ ._

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I Paces Alabama ;'rfJlr FSU Rips 'Cats48:6,


By N.C. State (Florida play Florida State

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(Florida. ,Ia,. AlabamaOct. ''be helped out of the game. "- Fla. (AP) I In the South

It) Sloan trotted In, and in nine ( Florida State took complete

.TUSCALOOSA( Ala. (AP) plays the Tide scored with Sloan command of fifth-ranked Kentucky
SecouUtrtag quarterback Steve
going the final yard. Saturday, scored In every
Sloan directed Alabama to a 21- The Kentucky combl- wins and Auburn
passing over Mississippi -
0 North Carolina Alabama scored a touchdownIn .. '> quarter and waltzed to a 4HJvictory.
State victory over' .b battle ofunbeaten each of the last two periods .\ "..\ .. latlon of quarterback Rick hung on grimly to the ball VPl WallopsColonels .
Saturday f ; 1'r
Fullback Steve Bowman capped ". ..'. .... ... Vorton and end Rick Kestner and with the help of Kentucky
football teama.
Joe a Si-yard scoring drive with a r ; ,,''r:( :.. Kentucky averted a shutout in ouldn't get going: FSU double- fumbles scored In every period. 33-0
idled to replace
;Sloan, on
'jJ"i teamed Kestner from the outset ,
three-yard touchdown plunge tile final X Mcondi when Frank
\ Tide
Namath when the "" One fumble caught even Kentucky ''
and rushed Norton r '
In the third and Sloan repeatedly.
star. twiated bla knee m the ; by surprise. BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) -
nine I
passed yard to ToDeson 4 1
second quarter scored: one ;. FSU aware that Kentucky Tech opened defense of
KY.W Just before the first Virginia
for the final tafly. ; ... quarter
.. ,
touchdown and pasted for an- '' .r\\ ply. Mar" 11 11auslNn wu rated the No. t team after
Namath apparently not 'f. ,..... M to ended FSU punted M yards Itt Southern Conference football
other.It wu ; T..... 177Y I Bidd touched the ball it victory
= as
with a
title Saturday
1140 tilt
the fourth airtight Injured seriously J ....... ... I
was .
; f. s w Vols 'SneakB bounded downfield and then due
for third-ranked Alabama ".e. ..... ................. {d := 11.71 Wi over George Washington
victory e I
....... stood motionless FSU end
third straight over .--. .................. ;_2IM p..iNI so .i as principally to the unexpectedreturn
and Ita :
Hi D'Alessandro recovered
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North Carolina State, which had Al.-TNNiM:: =. :. I rtM MM/*mm
a Nunath perfect record.did not. play to the M A/NM.,. ....... Rams Over for,Hla Second wlr.rl.N TDIAP to Nw sent Antonint bulled over from tile With ;,Passes Spooner rammed over. Schwelckert I

Penned half but tile Alabama five and tot the tint touchdown -
dIdD'II1 a. Sloan off Florida State this eeaaoa.
off enae
nardnnnlng Quarterback Art Gallffa rallied Your Year-Round CompanionIs '
sent a boat Steve Teal Florida State'i 1- Tennessee for a 11-14 football

when backs through retlttanca the Stata stiffened band, he Wins, :33-12; foots quarterback patted for Saturday.victory over Boston College the Aspen Mai coat'T' .

went Into tile air. two touchdown to bit favorite
end Tommy Fred BUetnlkoO, Half Gallffa picked up a faltering
JIll favorite target target,
Tennessee that had made
ToBeaon, caught eight! patses. Mocs Rack back' Fhn Spoooer broke down only
Up Sidle one first ta the lint half ,'\
The .
record for Alabama. for 41 .
a through two mora at FSU and drove it M yards after the ?:
AI .
held Jointly by
record wee third kickoff for I
and Butch "I made a bid for national\ ranking. quarter the
Lary Dixie Walker I Florida play Ashore Oct 31)) Frederickton, put tile Tiger on One touchdown pan from game-tying touchdown.

Wilton. threatened AUBURN, Ala. (AP) Jim tile Scoreboard twice afterCamplJen' Shaver to. Jack Gregory wen .Th Wlldcata wen watching. Gallffa completed five pastes '.
North Carolina first thrust my Sidle, trying to pull Auburn long passes had n yards. the Twd-to-Bnetnikoff comMaatloa n a row In tile march, the payoff -

twice. The ) ad from behind despite the pain of put ,., .... ; ,. a* Tentl frequently, being a two-yard ton to
IIIded ..a milled field Son I pulled shoulder muscle,, tore them ta striking dktance.. \ItamniiMHm .....:.....,.....:.:>. : IM It--: threw to Spooner, and fullback halfback Hal Wantland for the
the second was thwarted by a the other boulder love*,Saturday Auburn fought an uphill bitJe. CMt, Prwtor II ,.. fnm il..tmi dot pointer. Fred Martin con

series of penaltle but tile Tigers went On The Moccistas, on the passing e-CUM. MM-! Ontvy n pass tnm InwwIkuk Lea: Narramore.. verted..

The Wolfpack held Alabamaat without him to. defeat Chattanooga of Don Shaver and the running ( I.'IN'_' Frtdtrkkiw. f rut (kick MM Relied Up Yardage
bay to the first quarter, belting Auk r.,,11I 1/1 rvn (LMlt kick) ICT_
drive by 21-11 of fullback Tom Schaefer A._ ._ tI M" 511 '....... Kentucky halfback Rodger PIth. l"v.rd..s /1
one Alabama recovering It was a costly victory\ for the put the Tiger deep In the bole ILowlt _...."' Bird rolled up constderabla; 110551.' 8m
a fumble. But early .b fumbling Tigers whose 304 loss with two touchdowns before the 1,.=, .- Prd.rtNI 11. Nt e1cIII yardage, bat mott of it wa in INN P-pr-INnNlSdw 1m 1.1iwwr.SN Na .
the Tide .... .
the second quarter I I eau 1 R" (L.w4 tIld"
to Kentucky last weak dropped Tigers could get going AII_ 31.. hit own end of the field. M ...
itt I IvaI
march on .
started a scoring them from till nation's top 10. -'I"lash N 7t

.II. Sidle went out with a dislocated First Win 197. 1
bit TbUaton a M- ,
Namath on
; left shoulder and trainer TIle victory gave Tennessee a
yard pat and connected with Canmr Howard said ha will be 3-1 record. Boston College la 1-2.
halfback Ray Ogden for another Martin kicked a 25yardfourth
laid., for perhaps thro* weeksta
14 yard. But on the next play SkbV place. sophomore Bulldogs Take Clemson period field goal for Te.DeISel' .
hard and bad to t
Namath wu Joe Campbell threw a 47-yard margin of victory.

touchdown pea and set up two 'latercepto Pats tj
then b a wild second half, I ATHENS, Ga. (API'Geor- Wayne Swlnford set up a Georgia over from tile on*. Midway In the hut quarter, tj j

Blue Devils hlch aw the Tiger tear gaping cia[ used a running game:to field goal In the thirl Bob :With fin second left, Geor Tennessee linebacker Tom Fishr I
hole b tile stubborn Chattanooga build up an early lead and then Etter kicked It from 22 yards Phil Pillsbury Intercepted quarterback Ed
Itoe they were unable to turned ,the game over to an out trapped Ray ta tilt end zone as 'oley't pass on the B.C. 22 and j

Sweep Past natrate ..uer. aggressive defense to stop Clemson's lone ICON ,came b* tried to pan and pulled bun dashed for what was the Important

The old workhorse of till 'Auburn Clemson 19.7 Saturday. with 1M: left In the game, after down for safety. touchdown.The .

Terps 24-17 backfield fullback Tucker .Georgia quarterback Lynn the TIgers blocked Mack Faircloth's c.. ......ITATItTKIIMIM .......... .. i >-> the final game whistle was in as doubt Foley until riddled
IPapa'4B Hughes broke the back of the punt and recovered on MrfU .. I HO -
J Clemson defense In the first toe Georgia 29. Ray fired a It- ,< iM7IN. I ni.(IHtr ) Tennessee' secondary T.
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) quarter' as he guided the Bulldogs I,yard pass \to end Wayne BeD on ( _-Met I) WHICH U MM Mtrcfptltnir with passes. He completed It of F"i w
Dukt's Blue Devils turned a m the o. Pe littr nCMm 33 pane for 222 yards.He I
i44 71 yards II plus the Georgia two, and two plays CriM I run PMn kI t)
t fumble and an Intercepted pall second' time Georgia got the later fullback Pat Crain bulled' o._- MMr... II", iKkM In ale wmti.00 ,' put the Eagles ahead ,'
Saturday into two second half Gets "HitWith 1 .v lib a if yard touchdown toss to I
touchdown and a 24-17 victory ball.Hugh carried lOJlmta for (3 efcd 1 Jim Whaley ta the second "
over Maryland .b an Atlantic 1 yards 60 the drive, turning right period'Cordon Kute made good
I Coast Conference football gam. Fine RHqden Plus PG'Equals th* aVst of his two convent: ff! ,...pt ;" ,.,

Fullback UjkwgugtjijjMime ,- w"' .ix __ ,_ c ,,1'.,'.favorite target was
yard pluslWnranae. UI! AM {AP) -.uwn-. nisei'''' y...... an lead Bill Cronin, who caught six }
.. .
I end Quarter tied the score at 10-I r-coach George Halas of .the r awe''mint' *.!'". s to.1 u wPars. for 100 yards. His most .

"' a 10, lived the game for Duke Chicago Bean has been hit with .. IIIIWaptM- w .34 I T. IUl" 17-6 WinAfter Important grab was a 35-yard by London Fog* /
: with a key interception in the:a record fine running Into four ,....._" .111 1 7virus. toss to Tennessee's four to setup y yIn
fourth period.' .. I figures\ for complaining about II 17 --. the Eagles' second touchdown -

I He snatched Maryland pass,National Football League off- end for 31 yards to the Clemson STARKVILLE, MilL.(AP) State went ahead M on any weather season or climate, the Aspen will

I on hit nine and raced to tie I dating, tile HeraJd.E. mIner one to set up the touchdown..On Halfback Marcus Rhoden a 27-yard field goal by Justine Henry Blabs crashed over your favorite coo .. Stay neat and trim In fine be"j"j
Terp II. Two plays later quarterback aid Saturday: I his third try the sophomore sprinted for two second quarter Canale early .ta the second quar-: from the four.Palmer's. shoulder tailoring and handsome woter-repellent
Scotty Glacken hit end The said tile fine quarterback bulled over. touchdowns Friday to give Mississippi
newspaper wsh-cnd-weor Clipper
(London exclusive
I 68 ric Fog'
Chuck Drupe for a touchdown State 17-4 Southeastern
a ,
CommissionerPit the defense _
assessed Then tough Georgia
!j from the 21 to put Duke ahead. wu Roselle and 1* "the biggestta took over, and with Clem- Conference win over ,Ii-...').. ,y-.,.... 171 tl .Of fP. Beats PlayerVIRGINIA Mill* plaid woven of 65%' Dacron polyester construction and
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Maryland behind paster Phil coach for such an Infraction. second quarter, end Barry Wilson Rhoden went across from the INtl r..InNSIhN w, : .J I WATER, England gives extra protection through the bock and shoulders ) I
f Petry, struck back on a 11-yard In New York, Rosen said he picked off a pass by Clem- two after a break gave MSU the r var.''wnMMter N..a.d Net. sI d wi.: I (AP) Arnold Palmer bludgeoned And rhero's a luxurious 1 100% Orion pile liner to

drive. Petry's pastes accounted would have nothing to say about ton't Tom Ray and ran II yards ball on Tulane's II. Minutes old Burma RoadWentworth's zip In or out as the temperature dictates.
a for M yards, Including a 11-yard his statement of Friday night\ for the Bulldogs' second touch-! later he sped 77 yards on a tile two teams appeared demanding 1,131-yard Sizes 36-46 Regular, 36-42 Short 36-46 Long..
t touchdown toss to Walt Marclnt that "appropriate disciplinaryaction down. sweep outrunning the Tulane ready to settle down for a close west course-Into abject sub I
I: Duke had been. taken. A SS-ysrd punt return by I defenders to tee the victory. defensive battle. mission Saturday and marched Shell in gray chock, liner in block. $ y
down 1M late ta the Then Tulane reached a punt- over It Into the final of the first
11 second period tied It on Curtis tag situation on its 29. On fourth World Match Play Golf Tournament ; }j

I plunge and moved ahead 17-11 down, quarterback Dave East
; in the third after Sonny Morris:Texas Rallies To Beat kicked deep into State territory, The SJ-yearoM U.S. Masters I

pounced) on a fumble on Mary ,but an official ruled Tulane champion from Latrobe, Pa.,
land's 17. Sonny Odum went in smashed down little Gary i
t committed a personal foul at Itt Playa '
f from the two. : of South Africa an old 221 w. uNivitsmr/ AVI.
S3. The rival. Iand Ii'
play was stopped at that
Duke struck first ta the open Stubborn Sooners 287S point I ta their JWwle semifinal PHI....... ee 1* ..... LIt
tag period, marching from Its II match. I,
The referee stepped off a 15-
to Maryland II when till drive 1 --
bogged down. Mark Caldwemade 1I I DALLAS (AP) Texan, tilt smash Oklahoma 21-1, and ,. :year-old Intersectional: game,1 yard penalty and handed the

It H with a 33-yard field I nIUOII' No. 1 tam used two maIn undefeated and untied taking the lead ta the tint period ball Tulane to II State to set on downs the at the forRhoden' ,
j goal fumbles IIId an Intercepted pass through IS games.A after,twice repulsing Texas tint I
ahead score.
The Terp urged or I drives. sddsdy. ( hay .
77-yard first period dell... I to pt three touchdowns then The Jittery boners gave Tel. Tulane's touchdown came
11-yard pas from Petry to Chi: drove 6th yards behind Harold al one of the roughed aftersPhilipp Carl McAdams intercepted a early ta the third quarter after

II Myrtle made it M. foe IIOtbtr Saturday to nOOlll In the history 01 tile 114.'I totruniting Oklahoma a State punt Into the wind was .. .
from the 31 downed en MSlTs It took 13 .. -"
to the IS. Line Rented and
plays before quarterback Mack
Jim Grisham hammered to the

In the Fai West two and Rentxel circled end for trouneau Dene*. sneaked 'tilt final shirt

,the touchdown. ,SIN* _.................... e ... aMid. stripings
... .... .
Texas tied It up early b till _.ir. n -U I
second period when Olen Un MtU-MMM I IOT KM. ktakt

derwood recovered a fumble *n Mies.ICMM""* *kW** 1'd 1 It s.
tile Oklahoma 44. Marv KriityoIk :
'I TO 343 WIN executed a gnat take sad .i' ,

handed oft to Ernie Key who Notre Dame "..
''acond. '..

Stanford Shocks Rice I third Texas' period shot Into when. the lead linebacker b:the Defeats AF r \1I 1t1

Timmy Doerr btereapted John
I '
Stanford, Calif. (AP) Ita.ford' Linebacker Jack Chappie Four more Interception* followed IJIammcMIcI'I pans and got to are. Am lip' ACADIMY.
Oklahoma 23. Phillpp. raced to Cole (AP) Sixth ranked
ta .
ball-hawking. Indian broke 7-7 deadlock whoa be rapid succeutoa. '
11 a Beck lilt 14 and after a five-yard Non Dose. swrprieed by At "
Bjaden Dootod
a yard
1\I turned live second-half pas grabbed I Walt McfteynokU field ala Jack penalty lit Tau back, went to Feroa tleerIg ..e lint .....
goal after
I Interception Into scone Saturday pats and rambled 37 yards to Lodato lilt a Phil Earth then took a down M as .YbCeptka. bek

j J hocking favored Rice m. acort.I Waldo pass Intercepted at Stanford'a Ronnie U and pltehout and Kored. c-.. b the atoand partoi and \
TtMLonghornsnalMltdowaearry chewed lit ratoaaa 1Mb .,
in \
returned the 47. .
b the fourth period with a their M tartan Sawrday. "
IBM .fi 't..
John Wilbur, on a eligible .
r Schulenberger SpeakAt 11-yard marc* featuring OHrunning
took WIMet
: I pass Terry DeSyMa's10yard of Phfflpa, who drove 30, Arr' .lhea JebrJievb
throw for a touchdown. yard down b th. five. Philip stela aaMteraark In** IJaarte'ilrm
Quarterback Session Are play after Guy Roumavltt and Rb Grec ,. ,
gouged out M tarte... >aeaeai III' '
Intercepted I Wahte put wont b till four. Pmfllpp went sad MflHH VW ... Mai .. Amazing, How quickly the British strip >
B, 'T. (Dutch) Schulenberger' I ThMlaml makes some 3M at the Rice 27 and-returned to ever.. eat IBM km nan flv* .... ..has because a favar .. Amarkan shirt -
Miami banranc acuUve, wills appearance a year for speeches the 13.Nut. The flail Tasaa touchdowa. after .* .*... miff waa style! .

ad b .* GataesvUl Quar- to mil club, trade asnctetlou defensive end Rouse wan aa Okbhama gift Bffl RanfumbM I AIr. F'"*A. .>. ssamltM. '. .% w* now offer cedar sty to suit : ,.Ar,
Urbaek. Chat Tuesday night and convtallona. He I II vile grabbed a McRcraoMs a pent in th* Obbbfa gIuiyFbw. .1 4
Man6srgv, a former emCM known a* "Windy Mill*" asa pass it lilt Rice 22 and raced U **4 Cbyba Ltcy main. ttIssMs bear tititF Irfc* IWOM.every IftCII\, ,

*l Gar Growl I II a noted speaker and write a column to stare the fourth touchdown ereeUKrtstyaftMSMdtverlBMBM I" the '6snse. t-f. M s lea 'a Mojnhattanofcouraa.. . .._'S. $5.00 ..
........ Hb epic Tuesday will!called "Dutch Treat" against tilt Southwest Cantor- b mt Pete ..- InTs. ati I .,.. ...... __. ,.. _
b* ,Ib) Xanaw Margin." Gator Coach. Ray Grew will .. team which badnl had to .. u. into.. .- ?":. v

LL-pN r,' a University I review the Mlaslaslppl game goal Due crossed h\tw* prior ..- ....,.. ,__...*I t. n iaokn .. Itatro Dsstls,>wabasibtCMMB 114 ', _, W.u W.AVI.; '
d .1'insgwslred' .$a gausdate. has *> !and took ahead. ta Itanocombg gam**.' a '. te e e-1.I..... ... ...., oe ,5" MIKf+1r.iLA :TiKA1B .-
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Carolina. ,Beck booted a 31-yard aN.eu4 1Nu .. ,
II ttNSadnds 01 banquets and tile clash with South Ts-Sp IM BgW-UJM) MM Fuw/1rNt OMHI toe !4 .
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St ?sprwr'tiwb. Ht .his' There will b* e eeoutmg field goal all plays after reserve ?,.u...__....:i H I _- fCw c->V "yard t r,..'". ray 4' 514else...: .
spyM flat AAU and Cov-report oa tile Gamecocks and Fteaw Clay fobbed a McRey-' TelIseH_ ND Mec. I A' M: Peahg _' 1st Fede& ....
jteselslt). ..... I films of the Ole Mia contest holds past at lilt Rice 3*. i ( A--.n1 raw period.



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i 41- ..
.. ,. JACK HAND start the ninth. if any he aver hit gave
.. :. Keane had lifted Simmons fora him satlsfsctlon
.w. t more than this
NEW YORK (AP) Mickey
JACK HARRIS .. ,* ," Mantle's 18th pinch hitter In the top of the blow that put the Yanks in the
.1" rt, .. ninth after Phil Llns error on driver's seat against the Cards.
World Series home
verythlo& In bowling Ia the fine mild-mannered and tl, 10 run reliever TIm McCarver's hopper and Al Downing, 134, win pitch
St. Peter. St. Peter has been .. Barney Schultx' first pitch
Milton bowling sine e. Mike Shannon's ...crUlcebrouaht for the Yanks Sunday against
from Chicago (where all tilt champs come from). .; In the ninth Inning, a tremendous the potential tl reak. Ray Sadeckl >>-11. the young
career started In Gainesville In IMS. He has. been blow off the upper deck In big run to second base. Cat I lefty who beat Whltey Ford MIn
top tDonaori during this _loci. \ right field, gave the New York Warwick batted for Dal Msxv the opener Wednesday to St.

[baa held very office Prediction: There will be another \' .,\ Yankees a 11 victory over the and walked, so Kesne sent up, Louis.
St Louis Cardinals
t be held ta a league orlatiMkHowutheclty Saturdayand Bob Skinner to for Simmons.
14 to 8 lane bowling establishment a 1-1 edge in the Series. Ford, the Yankee ace lefty
In Gainesville within and pitching coach, was scheduled
i secretary for many the next two years, Jim Boutoa left tune Cardinals The best Skinner could manage to pitch the fourth gamebut
_j never received any Have you ever stopped to rah stranded on the bases while was a high fly to Roger reported that an Injured
i as the modern city as- be that there are probably more he matched pitch for pitch with Maria In center and Curt Flood heel was bothering him. and
i secretary doe*. Prsvl- .bowling balls at the bottom of Curt Simmons In a fine battle left both men on base with his Yankee Manager Yogi Berra
and now manager Newmans Lake than there are until Mantle ripped Into the first fly to Mantle In right went to Downing.
i Concrete Block, Ash ball dished up by Schultz the The chilled throng of 17.101 It It was a heartbreaking defeat
baa i aponiored many mother Friday morning colleague year-old nuckleball artist Yankee Stadium roared ta aUdpatkm for the Cards, who threatened
i at the original GBCp. *.* la In the process of It was a typical Yankee crash as Mantle came out to four times in addition to scoringa
A. Lee Herchelj being formed. Inquire at Palm MANTLE CONGRATULATED AFTER WINNING HOME RUN finish to a bttUrlytoujht third lead off the Yankee ninth. H. run In the fifth inning with the
Walt, BID Bens and Lanes desk. Third Base Coach Frank Crowettl Doe the Honor err wir*** *. KM) game as Mantle smashed Babe had walked once and doubled help of Mantle's error on Me
> himself. Be also his The Boomerang Jackpot Ruth's home run record with the sixth Carver's single
women and Ameri- Sweeper prize fund now standsat one swing of his bat The Mick tore Into the first McCarver got to second when
lot Bowling Congress ... Previous winners: Joe Ohio State 26-0 Over Mantle, his legs taped tightly thing that Schultx threw and the Mantle let the bell get through
__ teams. He has won Sommese $500; Barry BI I 1111 .1 against further Injury bad been ball drilled Its way to I crash him, took third on Dal Maxvlll's
I championships of which IMS; Keith Musgrov, $300; Don bating right-handed against landing against the facade of Infield out and scored on a bass
[proud. De 1300. Simmons a lefty. But he the upper deck In right well hit by Simmons, a blow that
Peter Is modest and has Second Ranked Illinois switched to the left side when .over 49) feet away Clete Boyer got a glove on but
I been a consistently tough LeaguesUnder Manager Johnny Keano el the Ruth hit IS home runs ta II couldn't hold over third base.
tor. He has bowled' IB Cards brought In Schultx to games, distributed over II Series.
trial, Twlghllght, Cityarloua Way CHAMPAIGN. HL fAP. ) This was Mantle's llth
mixed leagues. He Ohio State, employing a"versatile Series and list gam. It Ia: Tech Sinks
._, the oldest Leagues that are presently attack which Included tackle
i in the city- the Cora I under W'lt Palm Lanes are: *
eligible plays reverses and '
I League. Commercial, Church, BusinessMen's the 1\.1 I \ -, Navy 17-0
LJ a strong passing game, crushed : : I \ \ ( s ,
ias a good slse bowling Royal Crown Classic, second rasked fflmols S4) Saturday NEW YORK (AP) The box
"" two daughters Beryl Sperry Late Shift ((1 a. m.Tuesday to take undisputed hold of score of the third game of the
iveleu and Sharon Tier- morning' ). Ella Ceramics the Big Ten football.... 1M4 World Series: In Jax Game
i aons-ln-Uw. Jack Love- I Coffee, Triple Tumble Indus stunned V St Lenta (N) ABR HMO A
J ;J JI : Jim Tierney, and his trial, Pin Topplers Northwest A crowd capacity of homecoming 17.10 Flood ef 111110. JACKSONVILLE (API-Geor
minded IAJBC bowler Trailer Sales Night Owl Unlvenltv -, Coach 71,23 II.1IIIcUJe' Brock 11.21 gia Tech riding a four game
.' City- Women's.. Chester's Woody Hayes White Ib 4 0 I III I winning streak could play oa
[highest single game was I Garage Coffee, General Elec> keep Intact his record of never KBoytrftGroat 4110 I I an even bails with any football

I a high set of WO. Highrage -trio Sperry Moose Mixed, having Not lost since to 1110 Illinois.!has Illinois Michigan Beats Spartans I as 411114McCarver team in the country aa Navy
was 181. After so, Royal Poultry Coffee, Friday a I 1 I I I I Wayne Hardta at
defeated .
Ohio State her. through her
[years, he Is lag: Night Mixed, Junior Bowlers. on I Shannon I 1 1. I I It tilt gloom! of Mid
W TOO mark ands lOG I Saturday morning Sunday Twice the Buckeye pulled EAST LANSING Mich. (AP): Lukaslk to the final period. short of the goal MaxvlllzbaWarwfck I 1 1111 dI..' 17.. loss to Tech In the Gator
; We're pulling for you,. Night Mixed.I back their end to auk tackle Michigan, Its vaunted ground i Michigan elected to go tor two The Wolverines went for two 1.1111 Bowl last Bight
_j, because It couldn't hap. would' like to honor one Jim D.vid.oa.ilglbs for passes lame stymied for more than extra points after lygar's touchdown after Henderson scored and BueheklhStamonsp. 101111blhbhner ,Without All America Roger
[to a nicer gentleman. league I week ta the near future. -and twice Davidson responded' three quarters, scored twice ta' and missed as Mel Anthony made It as Ttmberiake passed 1 1 1 1 0 Staubach who didn't even mate
with catches for 17 and II
If your league would like yards the closing minutes and defeated .u brought down IacbIa to Steve Smith. I' tilt trip from Annapolis because
This from quarterback Don Dover Michigan State 17-11 Satur Joanna I 1 I I I 0
Betty to be mentioned please leave fertb p of an ankle Injury, Navy was

i? Wood Bowl your number officers'at the names Palm and Lanes phone Ohio State showed little respect day.Both Michigan touchdowns. Nebraska Rattles New fatal York (M A) 11 AI..OAILIna. 1 1 1 Ml i'punchtess. defense against Tech's batpursuli

desk. for Illinois' great pair of came on passes as Bob Timber se I 1'1 I 0 II i And Navy's secondary was
Curtains! Now appearMrs. Much needed: Women to bowlon linebackers Dick Button and lake bit Rick Sygsr on a five- B.Rkh'da'n ft I 1/ 4 I vulnerable to the olTtch'
+ Marion Ladewing all-: Ron Hansen u the Buckeyes Marts ef OS 41 passes
coffee yard to a 71-yard
a Monday morning pass cap ,
Bruce Fischer who hit
Betty Would (correction turned to caning power plays John' ManttarfTmhlf I1I1II
league. drive, and Sygar pained to
Gamecocks 28-6 five of for 141 .
Ire seven yards.In
when with fullback .
; Wood) necessary Howard 111111
I Some bowlers use a ball to Henderson two minutes later on i the happy Tech dressingroom
Wood has been bowling Willard Sander, US-pound Junior
1111. '
knock the pins down, others use a play covering 31 yards.Michlgsn
Coach Dodd
Bobby was
one because of gentlersuaslon pounding through effective'"Sander PepltoMlb 05050
year State tied for the
from Mrs. Rita English and whatnot Oerry LINCOLN. Neb. (AP) '- to provide the only South Carolina 'pleased for the first time this
No. I ta this week's football CBoyerlb>> 1.1111
Gerry Guenther tries to talk spot
Bob Churchkh
Quarterback tally Jule Smith mad the
eIaII. While In the learning scored two touchdowns Boutoa 1..111I season.
led from the p
poll, early moments
them down. Her eat to
e as Betty puts It,she truly date Jack proudest Harris 142 plunging across from the against the seventh- rattled South Carolina with a *yard assault good on a two-. I TttaIa __ 31 I .n.I' "It was by far the beat lime
Initiated the right attitude -last beating one ta the second period and ranked Wolverines.The pair of tag touchdown passes ta yard run. .- .. out when winning run we have played" Dodd laid. "I
to Ut Wednesday lightThe
tot enjoying the sport and having carrying five time ta succession Spartans recovered a the first half Saturday as the The victory tan elghtWaaksdNebraska's .. ICOI'td. wasn't satisfied before becausewe
such wonderful fellowship with WeetftScores ta the third quarter to Michigan fumble on the Wolver Coranuskera rolled to a zW airing to 11 games a-WaaudforMaxvUltaMb. wore making too many mistakes -
er teammates and, competitors. move the ball from the Olml M ines' 17-yard lint on the second football triumph. I dating back to the Air Force b-Flted out for Simmons 1I1IIt.It. -thmg* wiy team never
High Into the end zone, his final play of the game and Steve The long bombs of Churchlch. clash last year ..*... (N) .... III II' __I have dollt.
[ Mrs. Wood, anewanting l smash covering four yards for a Juday scored from the one five replacement for Injured Fred' New Yet (A) .. 11' m _1-1 0et4'Qwf
char, from Cwarkttte, N. C. High Scores: Merrill Parkerwas touchdown. plays later.Michigan. Duds, Included a M-ysrder to Pitt Shuts Out E Mantle Llns. DP To the 4MW who raw this
a proud grandmother of a high with a 134 set Barry : Unferverth started the scoring did not get Into the end Preston Love and a Iv-yir- Maxvin, 01'01111I4 White. LOB game o* a neutral Bald Tech
wncing baby boy. She Is the Biebel was high In the Royal for' the fourth-nnked Bucks scoring column until the last der to halfback Kent Mcdough- SU Loud (N) I, New York was near perfect offensively and
lother of three children and a Crown Classic with a 4 game set when he rolled out M yards for play of the first half when Tunberlake West Vn, 14-0 (All.) defensively ta tilt first half
wwlfe to Jemmy.W'o o d (art of S4S. A 7M was posted by Joe a touchdown In Ohio State's first booted a .yard field an.Rugged play by the Nebraska 28 C. Boyer Groat, Manle when all the points wr scored.
t time bowler) who has the Balogh. Hugh Crosby's 84 was scrimmage play. The scoring goal defensive unit held South Carollna PITTSBURGH (AP) Pitt's MlnUL HA Mlntle. SSlmmons "Our defense was good ta lilt
mllp's M dealership at the Ugh game.Gwen day was set up when the Bucks' MSU, after Dick Kennedy had to a single first down la the Panthers, their ace quarterbackFred Shannon.IP. I second half," Dodd said-W*
Gainesville Shopping Center. Delaney came through John Fill returned a pass Interception missed field goals from the 11 first half. Gamecock quarterback Mesurek pretty will contained H MRS had critical Injuries that hurt
Betty bowl In the UCWL en for the women with a M4 series a yards in the tint and 44, scored Its final three Din Reeves clicked on a scored M I king drive Simmons....... I 4 1 II our offense ta the second half.
I the Rutherfords team. High ser- followed by Jackie Craig Ia; period. points on a -yarder by Lardy series of passes late la the game after the opening. kickoff Saturday sSchults L I I I I'Then, too, w* couldn't do much
lies 1041.. I-4U. Converted JOYce Ward. $21. and beet arch-rival West Bouton W....-.. I 11 0 when Navy had us backed up to
I her tint split last week a Ml. Dot Brooks was Ugh in the Virginia 144. x raced I man In tth. the goat They knew tee

|Won a trophy last year for molt Pin Topples League with a -go The Panthers put the ben ta BB Simmons I (Ptpltnne. wouldn't throw much from therewith .
mproved. Placed In the Wom- 451 on games of 1I7-14MM. Lucille I play on their Si and marched to I Mantle, Howard, Bouton (Mo a lead of IT potato."'
a'a State Tournament in the Fttssell followed with e 453. a touchdown ta II running Carver 1, Warwick). SO limo The turning pom earn early
i event with Myrtle Melba Sanders had high game plays with fullback Barry Mo- ton S (Groat, 'Simmons) 1& was a rouabI I-tJlt.klekar
"" of 137. Knight going a yards In Bin U-BurkhartN) plate. Iou penalty which gave Tech a first
..;.. Wood, with your spirit A M7 series with games of 19- carries ta the drive.Maxurtk (At) first bail V. Smith (N) down at Its 17. Twe big. plays
il enthusiasm, you cannot go 1J6-211 by Jeanette flea was sneaked from second ..... A. Smith (A) third! ollowed-an it-yard run by tM ,
[anywhere but up ta this sport high fa the Triple Tumblers Syracuse Ruins Bruins9 over boss lecory (N) left field, MOo 117-pound Fischer and a 44-
|ot bowling. Good luck. League. Dottie Davis" a M the one for the score and Jim Ktoley (A) right Held. '-1111.A yard pas from Fischer. to to4
Lee Green converted the 44-7 Jones converted 47,101. 3 end George Morris, switched
Bolder98IVote split Unbeaten Record 39-0 from ft* defensive to lilt off**.
Jeanne Island's 491 ta the Ella live unit. ,
I Ceramics Coffee League wes Miami Scares Cal Then Johnny Orceham. slant.

Bowlers note and antics: My Ugh. Alii'by Betty Olson was I SYRACUSE N.Y. (AP) for a touchdown ta the second II ,..... Two were Intercept: ed two yards for the first Inch.
y (apologies to C. T. Montgomery, high game.Carle Syracuse's defensive spiders period, the longeest punt return: ed. I i down.
Nrbo to one of the youngest older Triest's 4SI paced the pun a web of frustration over ta Syracuse history. I An alert Syracuse defense I Wise Open
bowlers In Gainesville. NW Trailer Sales League. Dot UCLA Saturday and big Jim The Bruins Larry Zeno, who accounted for two of the Orange But Loses by 9I -7 To next time Tech got tile
I Kayo BroadweU seen bowling Markham followed with a 4J1; iance powered his way to two entered the name ss the n.tIoon' Iouchd wM. Linebacker Mur ball, Fischer passed Mysrd* to
[ again since her Illness.Congratulations Betty Olson and Wanda Shaver touchdowns to give the Orange total offense leader was ray Johnson picked off a .. Terry Haddock and $0 yards to
| to Courtney tied with a all.I a JM football victory ever the completely throttled by the Zeno pass early In the third I MIAMI (AP) -Craig Morton,' guards Fred Hubb and Frank Morris who was wide open,
[ Roberts who must have done I Stan Jeff was high ta the previously! unbeaten but outclassed Syracuse defense. Zeno ruthed quarter and raced M yards for a I the second beat passer ta college Beck. and Tech had lia second keck
[something this week. Moos Mixed League with a $17 Bratas. en virtually every play,!,touchdown. Charley' Brown football ta 1M4. was forcedto I But the remnants of the Mug down with I Isle than tkjM. sate*
Joe Balogh and Joe Sommese :set en games of 1.1.1M. Syracuse dominated the play lost IS ysrds on the ground and :scored on a M-ysrd totorcep- call OBJ Ton BtoNnfleld's I ricaa* force filled tile ales ef the gates gen.
the present "Kings o( the ,Magi Roberto was high for the throughout the cold snowy afteraoofl was able to complete only 1 of I:lion ta the fourth period. kicking lilt Friday right 4* cal a rugged performance.Casstdy. PI"rill. Tech coattoond ta caajgoajkl
They will accept all chat- Distaffs with I 441 set oa games holding the Bruins to amiens rags a M victory for Ctttsnta Ill-pound sophomore until near hafttaw! tart aid
:of J>>. J.IG. fear yards on the ground ever Maul andatfcgj Hurri look a pHchout from Bob add only a ..yard Odd goat by

and only 41 yards through the Lions canes.Miami's. the openlni prln\ thenBUetalkofflor Jack clerk and lye ee .***.
air. Nittany learn 'whfcfc Its a >>yard gata ta by Bunky Henry to tan aeara-

Cedar Nance, who accounted for half highly because lime cpenlng period, then board.
Key Edges of the Orange's zM yards rushing of the .aophemet.plabee. ttrswgt gabbed another for a touch. Navy reached t e Ted I ikwt

I tallied on an U-ysrd bunt Stun Army 6-2 academic Whore and vtoUUoaof dove dash and Miami surged to before halftime and got a* far
ta tilt third period and a two- training roles, shocked the the front ". a* Don CVr bootrd as .the 14 and a oa ton ***.*>
Melrose by 19-18 yard plunge the final quarter Bears by i0'till for 4k. first the extra .... half driven But the Middto. bed

i The longest man of the day' WEST POINT, N. Y. AP) -'i streak. touchdown and ...... tato me It was midway to the second to lake their ascend straight
was turned ta by Floyd 1.Itu.1 Pena lute marched. O yardsfor I The flred tp Nittany Lime third period. quarter before California scored ihutoui-aa. vttt mat never
MELROSe Cedar Key's scamper by the Sharks' quarterback. 1 who returned a punt M yards Its only touchdown Saturday after losing their first three And whan Blaocnfleld. finally Jerry Mother made a beautiful happened M Navy hater
I I Sharks reached the top ta Rivertand Tommy Slaughter. then came up with a linen jgames, stopped the Black went ta to boot California isle diving catch ef a yard Morton Bruce Bkksl. 0M teepe'1'sliced :
[ Conference six-man footI I.- to Smith for a Cedar I day goal line stand In the d>big..1 Knights dead en .the Pern Hate .the .ad. N was a ground attack I pets si lilt Miami eight and Junior who fifed to for
I ban play with a narrow l-ll "-Me3Nlrw pant to make tt 1J. Temple Wins mtautea to apart Army M two-yard line with lees than two and not Morton's pease hat caught another for the touch-. Steubacb at quarterback, em
I verdict over Melrose's Mustangs enspptag a tbra-gaM being minutes to play.' moved. DM Bear tato neattlon."The i paled. only seven ef a |......
I B 0 I T 0 N (AP Jerry ldon.
Friday Bight battled back when. Four plays. tour, Pew Slate boys we bed Ml went Blued Potot
The victory was the third ta{1 Rebertsoa ran 17 yards forttardparfaf I,Prescmittt shattered. Boston ,punter Frank Her., allowed oat there to plea MWd..i." saidMiami's I But Btanrhfleld missed the *x- SPECIALISTS. .
j i University romefaeck' hopes Y ala Rolls
TD to auk 11J.1 I ta berried mass. CknrUeTato.
who Jumlf be tackled
row for the Sharks now to be end Ira paint and California trailed
me lone onbteniefced recin I It The Mst .. triad for avictor J and touchdownsprtoto new. giving the Cadet their -It was our beet aO- until seven minute before me In Pruning DamoM
the tuuhiente. / with a pteco4fck' but II!! and unbeaten Templr WHAVBI.Conn.AP-) only (wo point, a aat.t,. around performance this ytar, end ef the third quarter when !Ing Faadlng .
defensive bad sana from ceator marred rolled to 44-11 football victorySaturday. Yale scored two touchdowns ta The strategy paid off. Her. and we played an all sephemorsbacfcfleld Btanchfleld got the gnme-wk Cavity Rapalrt .
tack desperate
11 |the teal. period one ef then ena
die cIIIIIeI. and and
shod no ... Bracing Cabling
hold aft shey kicked elf after OM wOnssUy sing goal
r for the Sharks to > Tbs Oval V qaartor saw playreap Julius MBpOrtstfl pit aWBKHtsdon ..yrd sprint by Chock Meer'etta .,I safety p....wFred T,.. Removal.
amused Melta.g.. '' and guard Jean RaaneUe .iota Morton, completing 14 of IS
from Dm
aerr to oosna from behind and
a* aad own the field .....
jumped M all bed che's *yard tonefedswn ran Is'I defeat Brown 1J.7 Sebcrday taaa ,copied an army peas oa DM passes far 147 yards. ran Msseasonal CALL J7.-I7.4 TODAY
.but Batter toaaa e*ald pass. CnssUy tattag ever th.
Pena Stole M as the taal. borer total to M eat of IN forM
a, akte-yard raa by foflbaek arrow aran.Melva the ftael gaarter.Princeton. Ivy League football toasle. ....... (' Ob** snot tram the tataredgotMtonsl ,... lit Miami's Pat Ratesto Is, 'M iIIusNCsapleNr
Fred ta (he first qnarter. I true II Nil... I Pend ....... tt* spoiled his record ef Ill awaedSAP'S
Key toaaced back to tie.league bat al baas pby end Wins I Cornell Romps ........ en tws ercat cgs compMloM without btercep-
Hathcox tapped a Harvard Victor
i Geary ether hrIce arsaad and
tt appears I Ion ran and aeeeoneed for tt7of
tat whoa! be stole one h the
peas to MJes, Smith. : a tram ma less at basttwfc 'TaJback Daa McKay pared for ITHACA. K.T. UP) Marty nw yOU( Ary Marti the 14* yarn* the Itwrrteanea .last guile
nude It 114 'winesRhertson Us seaeaa sad SCO W btt .one ...... and rsn M yards SponeutJe M four Corneltsvkdawi I Dulta made geed esi bat I lint netted en the ..... Th Hurricanes whacked
scored on a iaria. : battta for ckwatoaStar :let soi.. ......., .......' dhow Satnroiy as!vanity field goal attempt wttt Already ta MgfctMwe shape .down the average ef Jack '
Bat Cedar Key .. eton tied to a JW victory evwMcKay 'the lie Rad ......< eat a SMj:'* stconde to ptoy Sassnlay and from pnn.seel ho-.; ML.u :Sew/sub, the __', He. 1 receiver .
|kwck wtt two scores, ass I by qusilcrs: : Ivy Leagne victory overPinnnl :gar* Harvard a M victory over berry heft staring OH gam with a eatrhea for M' Ji
ry.re I raa by Rathm Cedar Key IUIttIIU M CsssM Incavaed .snsa ta Ikrir 7"t .....j CeaaBbU ta M Ivy Leagos by tajnrtos to Are BMT rgtan. tardy b tare carter. game
vary aa a U yard!.]Mertes 0 from th ti* M ta OH W (jaarterj:... ..... :..... ..... tackle Ed Krnastwskl and They tailed .has to tw tor 11.H .1 S.IOIIh

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II threat_. ;:; : ', ,GHS.' .Comeback; Whips. ,Leon. .', ,Lion:' R. > 32!> ;1A:7"".:' :Y9i'f ,"",' ",".'"'!','1"f.,'

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can s' Tally a center'pass'Larry by Leon Keen quarterbackChuck picked ofl f, a commanding 114:- lead;on. the reached the end tone on a'12- Giffen-'slammed over from Gibson's kick was no good,to held Its 11-12,0 lead., calling. the H beads-up' V.> ,defensivt'

::::- 14 err2o '. Eason. running: of fullback Bain' Culton Searcy.yard end James'sweep,by PAT halfback Dan three yards out;with 1.24 left keep,GHS behind,by one pointLeon Leon entered the contest witha play:la ,the l second "half, ...tIItrame'
and halfback ) Jwnes.; was good :
= PointsEJ Sweeps E iOn Leon first ,got on,'the scoreboard this ,time to' give. ...Leon .a U-fl in the first half to cap a sustained '''YdT M record and the No. I ranking turning'polnt., ,

the first play, Eckdahl with.2.21 left ta the first bulge.. drive'of tt yards.. expanded. the lead to 19- in tilt state prep poll. The ,'Nlblack's'Friday night slumber .
Gibson's PAT attempt was 12 late>I the .third quarter rugged Lion defense had been was filled with dreams of
sw.ept right end, for: 3t yards to period on a 'i$-yad smash by Get Offense I
ih Period Colag blocked by Tony McDowell, and when the 0
shifty Searcy took the scored the state his J
put the Icing the cake. Gibson's Culton{ JlnIe,' on only once against prep supremacy
on ; PATj lick was :GalnesvUle Its
got offense the
go.Ing' score at IM. ball at his line .
own 11-yard and three Hurricanes enjoyed last season.And
kick, was food to end the blocked by Galoeavl11! ','Jimmy! late III' &be ton-notch opponents.
::: 'lly NM NlBSIN second quarter The Hurricanes pulled closer waved his way t> yards for a The win left GUS with a Tee Jackie Eckdahl'At Cliff
Culpepper end ...
Leon led behind the running and pawing :In the third period on a three- touchdown. could make
.Assistant Jperte Editor 1Co"I I The, Uons back ord of two wins and two losses. and Bryan Hipp
'Tw9"otFIorIda.: 'finest came strong, of Eckdahl: .and slashing runs yard end Jaunt by Eckdahl after Steve Tlnaey broke through to Gainesville Coach Jim Niblack all possible the remainder of the
high again -veral. _
later and
by the Jfrpound Gfflea.p "
School football ;teams collided another drive of M .yards. block James'kIck, and Leon was alt: smiles after the victory. season.: .. ",:

Eaera'r Friday night and the win
J2WS beard an over the state.t .
id Whoa die smoke bad cleared

tfeioeniH High bid. tumbled
j *sBanasieB Leon from (Eha
'rl Zaranloj I of the" undefeated and
MmmbW'Iti', : hlgbly-touted oV
.flense for'tin touchdowns. } I
"'4After '41 minutes i of battle, '
: .tbe scoreboard dock read aZTtomts r "
for Gainesville and 11 for I
.Leon., ,;. -'

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quarterback Jackie Eckdabl and .,
halfbacks M Ctffen and Brian 'h

Hlpp for three touchdowns in "
fee final quarter to completethe \I.. .::!!I'
conetanttehlod victory
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Gainesville' polled to within .. ,,
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.. point -, at 1MI '- with ". ,

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I. l laths IH.,.flashed 21 yards IntoHhe
". .end .... Mike O&eon'e extn -' E'
pott feck'was blocked, to __. .
1 keep Leon to fta toad., siftother ..:
Bat Oatomfflo reared to
touchdown. minutes later,!
capped by I fiord pan from:
Eckdahl to Hipp with 1:0 left ,.
in the contest( -.
Glbeon'i conversion was food "
this time to pun the Hurricanes
to a,2H. advantage.Gsimsvllle !it

regained posses- ,
Ion ,of .the ball'dIreI plays &
after tilt onsurlng kickoff when
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I: ( ...,C ;L--"Iii ii.T. Santa Fe Defeats L 'Cane halfback At GUfea scores la final perM to" trim WORLD: :SERIES j

Lwisalsw.e. : Leea lead to 1141 X, Halfback Bryaa Hipp makes gate ea l
'f '. pant reCI L 2, End: Bobby. ftoutree tries hard after sagging
o.ClisNNs.* M 4. all atone with 'TO aeriaL" AND FOOTBALL
1 pass Hipp .winning t, Often r
"1 .. ........,......0- skirts end for big gabs (note ........ blocking). i, GHS .. .
{ l 1IIr 1it: : coach Jim Niblack and qaarterback Jack Eckdahl get victory '1
\"nIIIII M l' la8per.by! 2013By ride from eathuilaitfc Line la High 'sqwerten ef the 11 j
r OIIIIIM" 1.M a
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', )', -__a _,-:f\ JIM DJ.LY"; the 'JUbeIa were never behind Santa F. took the,klckoft and Mele Rehired, ,
"t ,,5' Hones Die .
AI .=... ::=.. ... .....N.. Su FeetbaO Assistant In the game.Neither' drove M yards to the Jasper:one I 7 9IS euo.msr

I ,,,IwM.11 11511451 b,v....'r ,ALACHUA. :-The Santa Fe I : club could mount\ a but fumbled. One play later the NEW,:YORK,(AP)',-, Sam -"CANANDAIGUA, N.Y.' (APiA
: alUll'.... ...... Ia. ,ert ...,. scoring drive : the'rest I of, the ..;; unidentified staUeham
"""ti i":"" Rebels, led,by 179-pound sophomore !hail..Crawford and 145-pound Bulldogs coughed up the pigskin tow, rumored to have been m I .
i ...... = ... and at least five thoroughbred
i=-T=,rc. fullback Mac' Crawford, senior,halfback Russell Taylor bos than two yards from hl sway out_was retained as race hones dad Friday tight In !

'j I ='1- Pulp a ..hlNlIbt Jasper::Bulldogs JO13 gained food yardage, ,.at AridtTATtlTK ..- their"tool :The,lUfaela Quarterback. manager .of ,the :Mh I a fire oat swept a stable at IH COLOR

I : O To.M.i Friday night for their third I 136-pound senior Danny Twins Friday. ,'Finger' Lakes race track.
i I r ,.. grid win of the season against: Adams, sneaked over for sis
l .. one loss.TM .' Ave ,rr:
kick '
w WrW points. Hodge's wide.
.e. was
:, ; ::: Rebels scored J In .._WMK ......... to."
Ce.p..1a.Leers. every With minutes lift in the third
quarter but the second, rolling,, := =.e. r I 3'
v Mind fMMfM N s/P quarter Jasper pulled reD
I to M yards rushing and II tint: 'Y ..... MHln r. r .NLrwlw i i.r LOADS SEE THESE BIG GAMES t
.(1) downs. Meanwhile I;the tight: = _> \\.r .._ : i danw .-,ard pass play for Ustouchdown. .;. -
Santa Fa defense limited Jasper It- .. Quarterback Billy OF WBT.AR. SEEHI .
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T J .Ffcrtei. MSN fc .....CH,.4HI ::: ; ,
T1M to five first downs Polk'passed end Hal YANKEES ..... CARDINALS
U yards I 1'I I to Tuten
: rlrlN. .... ... ..... ePus... LsTTI.ll CAMKf '
1.1) rushing,'and 43 yards passing. who was hit at the Rebel 19- Rattle It Out for tttt '
; =r. : : T-::
Pe., )6 Cs.. 1 ear.)r Crawford nine > World
't' .weer \' averaged yards I '"r. :-;" I yard line but pitched out to 150. ,....bol. Chompfonthis. ).
eeiiBt.- 1..11111 .. ..leap.l per carry at he ripped through I, J_ ..45,5 see.. .... .u'N1w pound halfback Johnny Peterson l andNATIONAL '
UM Bulldogs for 141 yards. Jan .u1), M 111P 116 .u. s }.
..... ::.r-. COLLEGIATE and
per's record' dropped M 41551141) PATS P55111 who ran into the end aooe untouched. I,
,.wl.Lo. ';:.,1 P.t.M- rW 5MM'::5), Tsp Pp.y., (N"in. ) The kick was blocked. PROFESSIONAL FOOTIALL. '
..... 5 ee1r.... Earty,TsexhdewnTar .'''" 15*a ..Idea.. ; -
The fancy pass play climaxeda
,.. .lint Urn Santa re received 7tIvt..
.IS......11.e.is. ...... the'football,' the Rebels Held but the,'Rebels were'stymkd :
'_ elltf \> .*4rt ,, msrhed''N"yards''ad aeon: deep .to Bulldog totritory. --'. FhalWBy DIJ .,"' '''Ii '''''MriIOAVICTOR ,.i
== I Doyle ...,'IB-pound.Junior A vicious" Fe delouse held The Rebels scored their final

\ ., s.T.I1d1..... plunged over, from the obey ores Jasper to one lint down and II. touchdown with J:. left m &litcontal&
1,1 M a tae for touchdown.. Halfback Tayte burst :
.,' CIIIIIIW "III : a Trigger ,.nIIlbI flnt two quarter.
I is 41,15511 r11.e Hodge kicked OM first of his two Both,squads scored..Wee ta up the middle for5 the final 11 r
'G -=-t =...wnl.i extra points_tor the night, and the second ....., yards, capping a le-yird march. .
H TiJ.ell t The Una plunges. of Crawford .M.DJfMJ'I \ t

I Pf5'jjii.&....e...M highlighted added the PAT.the :drive "Hodge, COLOR
.. .. '
!: PI Hornets.SurpriseBronson Down 294, Jasper wouldn't TVTsWMITOSVIT :

'= t.:elly ...,. II quit Santa Fa was driving _
.. ... ..,.... again The Rebel quarterback 1
.,.. 1 1L !
... ..I.r.nl..TMA....sw II ewwM a 19-14' threw a wobbly pass that alert
;1 J::' *VfSfj.Hlum. by lusty IMler hnaeec peed and

=as.i4.1I.1.115.4. raced N yards into the end sons

,.......LlMllllI ab ....... .....e The H awthorne Then wu no scoring ta the when Miekler IM :pound halt-
liHTO made Homecoming second beck crossed the gust. Guard
=: = Hornets .pored bat Bronsoa canoe
O.5.MMS 1511.15511o.lme. IO.N1s UN a Joyous event Fridaynight up to M ta the find quarterwhen Terry Feast kicked the extra \
uL-....u S..' _w 1w I I as they led all the way tosurprise BU Icbsssler ran 21 yards pofnt '
wdr w. wws.w. 'defending, championBranson for a score. The point try faJM. After !the game,winning coach Mhst 1'&erL
also MIIldn1 be !
511 eV n.--. I'-...... 11II. 11-14 ID. River.... The Hometo then shoved] off'Charlie Roberts praised the running and COIIIfwtabIt.IllI11i111q."PP1 -=

F .....c-. c_.II Conference aix-oua football two scores ta tte ftaal period to of Crawford nod Taylor.smgM actIoIt)lcllaLz..tIIere '

, : &PIIIe' ash ice me victory George Ciland Jasper .nesaor Big Breuer SKISKUFFER 1M cottoa pop/ia"/ ,..., '
: MiM... r 111111 Mp1hryw The triumph was the ana ever ran a yard(or end'TO and]Aady out Tutoa sad HareUReid ,... --. ... ... I
II. ,. ...., tor the. Hornets wader. tilt rate dead aj yards with aaTraJBtag Bfffoand senior ..... IiIo IC sw aIIIr. ...... 4 j
KMd1.ea41r. guidance of Old M Ctttoa ....... ... Reel was watched teeing me ... ... II'I I
....-r ever ta* MgMyh. Eagles who IsTBreaaea saagMBwetwtaBJraoolaeedvBnd IwbraBatvarsttyofFlorklaCarissspker (JIitst II f cid w; i
""r rLr 1f suffered ttetr .brit setback ofHawthorne seohst OarS wart. V"'
tbt-. a fyoed pas II IRo I osier _- a$1o, :! I
moved"tote second and Joaaay firs kkked for : rekwahnil mmttay Y ,
1r place la the scramblid BJvermd extra pees to asaat tt H a ships aroused- Aflaatk I
not behind awdsBg Cedar CofttesaUdMassraotiCManawajiasaperlor. at me height of mt arrfceae -
Key wWd' aadyed Mesraea U teasaeJtort.He seas:.1It ba did III ,84I r
JI. CMIr KIf II IFwtlnerrN.S .. p.... die,ptay of .I .. lad tee ana ef,fte Mew Vorifipseal ty 'THE
rookie .1;'and Bream ao* II M. Scbsesler aeyhlt.. ...... : lets SISHIMI stom watflale YAIITY e. l
The ....... eponaf HM tom des .ea ......... I second ..,.... Bo reds eat STORE
Ing ta 0 the Brat qaartar when. 1-- tort by quarters: I.I aanteaaa ta Angoat I.... beSaoaa FREE PARKING ON 1st FEDERAL LOT .f'
last Donald Gfflaad nee over the .. Hawtharaa Mill .ftII I II .htad. Wad sonltaast of 225 W.'University Avenut' 7 It It A... 'If/( Till I

", -',,- t' ;;' Ira potat M nata tt Ml |I Banat I.M 1 gkaoaeaa. "... 1 ,114 'r'

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By DAVK BERKOWnZSa I halfback: Robert Stone and fullback .. ,
FoottaD Asstatant Don Smith took turns bang-
LOWELL-Rudy Corbin and: tog st the Cross City lint with

a aecaod-half rally wi in Dixie SandlIn going the final three

County High of Cross City yards for the score. Sells Ed- J* Y

needed to upset North Marlon wards' kick was good and North
k'ti 20-14 to tilt Inaugural pmt
.. the Colto' new stadium Friday On the last play of the first

night quarter an Overstreel pass was
Corbln carried the ball 30 picked off by Stone who ran the

., times for lit yards and scored ball to the Cross City 34 where

14 of the Bear's points. The the quarter ended. It took only ata
flashy fullback carried the ball U seconds for the Colts to have

is many as three times la suc another score. Quarterback Terry -

cession. Bolinger handed the ball to

Cttt tack Dnqr Saadlh mashes ever for North Marten score.Mm I Sandlin who scampered 34 yardsto Ready Osrbto tumbles bit Bear back recovered for slseable gals ..
'L.SI paydlrt Edward's kick: gave It"". .IINI w T_, L.. '
KM* ty Trnnr .. 101,1.5 Cm* CUT
IM.bwtl.. 4 MI North Marion a 144 lad

V.10 P.Ws.wrxle=, pa1..0=.-....... ill I CSP. : and Cross with dry Corbto took leading the! the kickoff way Butler RollsBy

Red Devils Win y__ ..- __ .I .11 II drove II yards on s plays. The Lake

."..... w nva Soon came on a atx yard pass
... M from Overstreel to Jerry Karr

By Jlkf KING boys believe" commented Miller ,dove to for the point after. = k*...dwnMM. -."I'" d'w: with II seconds remaining the I LARRY WOODS er through the Branford line the remainder of the third period

sFoeuVall Asslstaat l Just after be bad been tossed I Wlnn was a mainstay the' CItr "114 4 I..-11c Iop half. led Sun FeettaD Assistant Thomas to Clyatt added the extra but put his first unit back I
under-rat- la the shower by his victorious Pirate defense is be made 11 "r.-,. I At hal -LImO North Marlon but the I LAKE BUTLER A couple point via the passing route. In for a few plays at tilt openIng -
An the Scoreboard
team.. tackles, an ,>..toterceptlon and Mir* Mrlw SMI, (t Mil M MIl 14-7 of T-Birds by the name el Daniel cleared the bench for of the final quarter.
PATS S I IkidOimCNv first half statistics Cross
Mr gave
fttllliton eleven need awing I The drenched Miller looked 'stopped a Devil drive on the C .., (. ...p Iram Oren ,Dramas coughed: and sputtered -- --
City a slight edge.Another
i 1t prayer; to defeat aught like Noah emerging from the eight yard lint when be Jarred 0IIIe..1. egr ........... Mewl for one quarter here Friday, .A C
here .-. "'- -1 Drtve night then found the right gear
Crystal" River the pigskin from Griffin
Ark u hi led his team In Its away iwm, wirat M* Cray IM* ....
4 j sight by a 14-7 margin post-game prayer. "Faith and !and made the recovery himself. The Bears didn't wait long to 'and put some mileage between
start another drive taking the Branford and the Tigers at
for An alert Crystal River defense -
won game us,
i wing was Ins right arm prayer I baD from their 13 to the 'Lake Butler made It four to s
Coach Miller staled sincerely.The kept the game from being Both team went Into the con- own
Doug Mitchell Willlston team pray before t rout as It recovered. three test undefeated and at halftime Colt's end sons. The big play row winning ... .
i the'prayer was the rei and after each fumbles and Intercepted three the Colts looked Bit they of the drive was 41-yard pass The scrappy Bucsneen
faith,of the team whichWt.rnt passes during the night WlBls- were headed for their ,.a rt b from Overstreet to Karr. CON made an Impression on the partisan w
Losing coach Lou Cappola bin took the ball to from the Hz. Tiger. crowd In the first
coach Miller ton lost fumbles on the Pirate win. The second half was a different -
Sammy could not explain why a team six and eight yard line Three matter as the North TIlt extra point attempt was quarter. They wert tsoth-..ndaTeelo -
lT for the "These but he conceded
victory. lost "They
i Marlon eleven could muster missed end North Marion maintained ,
clipping penalties also plaguedthe .
5 Just beat us, that's all. red-hot Red Devil attack. only SI yards total offense and a 14-13 edge. fleeL..l atm.1 .....u/d ,

Quick Lead Head scampered SI yards to foil short In Its efforts to stop Cross City took ever on downs Pius,ry M515. IS P Pp
Oak In the final and .. .
early quarter .
are The bomestandlng Willlston the Pirate four-yard line to the Corbin and Bear quarterback: -_ _-It lei I ST.
Red Devils unleashed a wide- fourth period only to see his effort Lewis Oventreet once again Corbto battered the ..- Nuwne lit r

rains 4th open offense to the first hall voided by a clipping pen-- tiring Colt defenders for yard ;:Wass511A.0 505.155 Iinw"'e .,
+ Sae. to Sores Tee age. Corbto slammed for the .... w
to take 144 lead on second- =: si tai:
I alty on till It-yard line. North Marta Coach SI an last tee and 1M4 lead ever =
-n quarter touchdown by, Bob Standrldgt aided the Red Toole relied heavily on halfback North Marion. Overstreets psss =-5.50 ......... d III
in 27-6 Griffin and Robert Head. Griffin Devils longest sustained drive 0..o w wwNrs
+' Danay SamBta for the Colt at to Corbto finished the night's ""
hit pay dirt after receiving of the night with a 11-yard run tact SandUn carried the bell 11 scoring with Cross City ahead li' iti5-: : ,

; OAK Tht Suwannee a six-yard pass from quarterback -, and followed Head's TD by times and accounted for both >>1.. p.TwcMMMlIN NN .w.t..ry 1
Mitchell while Head for the PAT. The Sally J. TftMiM lit, null 1 TTIWMl
diving only North Marlon touchdowns. The Bears' wta their
Bulldogs ran their 14 puts record I (M. full 0, (4.;
:.to 44 with a sound 27trtumph plunged over from the six. 1 other Devil drive went from itsownatotheslxonlylobt An early first quarter Interception tt three victories and ens MT rwiii Inmii McCvUMifH Civil la, r.alPATn Mew( T..nlnail err
[ over Quincy Frt Willlston settled down IB set ap North JIarI a'. lie North.... BOW has three II iKVCiiHonH lw.(1'S_
r 'nighti a cloct..tInIlfOUIId game after -stymied by a fumble.' first touchdown drive lanolinTrentonRally wins andeneloss.
In the game an t 11 Jimmy
Wyman Townsel's grid- an untimely Mitchell pass
Thomas returned a punt for 71yards
' bum a 134 lead to the 11 and a touchdown Just ss
half and polished off thepsdlng nLTwTuvnalal. the first period ended Harold
Tigers with a pair olto .. CfTlllI a_ ST.TNN,furry TrSwPILW
Fir, dorm IT. I .... Griner ran for tilt point after
IIdowu the final period Pram mm* IIY.0. I .IMq II From then on the Tigers rambled .
.. .. ,
Pram !fef Pram !
f Johnny Hurst got the Bull- Prom .M M.IW Pram MMMM. NI and rolled at will', y
,, ......" .. .. ,'Mi Mta* mnln| InI51M.e
In the
i biting opening quay 51105." p..."..e. II fPax. ,Edges NewberryI ; NNwei.Nrw Branford fumbled the ball orUM
when he ran M yards for .. .11 := .. II at tt. starselM second .
LScon-Ht also added the ..I =. bt..PN. M. ? .11'7 v ,PIhT.N., l.0 w ; ,. 11.' quartet; Lake Butler pounced ont 4 THE LEATHER
PwiMtort .... .
Randall ,,_ loot ......... W' H4IM By half with an onside kick willed .M p./Ilw. p 110 Thomas ran a keeper for :
Box swept for 23ard. :w store_b ......, I 114CrriW SM FlOW Assistant it recovered at the Tiger 44 .tan.....be..wro. ._3tgrrwl..YM1 three-qerds, fullback: Ray Dukes
.i and a second period tal- 5v I I I I- I NEWBERRY Trenton's n Powerful on tackle drives T_ ; ; % '-It picked up II and one play later THAT DARES
to give Live Oak a 13.0 lntermisdon -i .C TwcMMMtWIIMMM..... _I gets led by the brilliant often brought the ball to Ins 14 where -"/ halfback Tommy Thomas ',

margin. Box then resled -New Oe1.i IX ran(,,).MM PATS Iram HMt MKcktfDl (- lye and defensive play of Howell Holder went to the outside to T T"L=r I III II Owls ran) \= scored on a SVyard double reverse -

I In the final quarter for I OrHlIn (rum). Lancaster: came from behind slip by the Tiger secondary for 10e. nmi..... PAT UntMNr (MM caper. Brother Jim .
i yard and Hunt's extra point'Crr.N1 lv.n.Iwr-Irani.OWcWit LIMNIr 11 1,149" PAT, to beat Newberry 13-12 Friday his second T. D. ef lot night "- Ns.p passed to Larry Clystt for the TO

ade It >>-. I'Cal.... t.t C..1t IIIWMIMI T.....,Tm rawrwi Halt, .,vm-** night to a Suwannee Conference John Kcnnard was stopped short extra point and Lake Butler
Live Oak Increased its horn T" CcMmm M* .... Southern Division football en of the extra point by Tiger end gem was Jubilant ever lilt vie. led, 140.
to 374 on a 31-yard pull counter. Holton Browning. tory becauH only U of his regulars WEAR IT ,OUT!
NN Gsa series ;
Malcolm Brady to Corky Jim -
Slaughter look the Pan
could d r s t s out and
was Intercepted and Crystal Lancaster was In on 24 tackles Not to be outdone the .
Bispham with Hurst adding the ther kick: and ran it back 17 four of these were ninthgraders. '
River drove to from the 22- on defense and recovered a vital '-
dropped back Into shotgun
[..point from placement yards to his own H. This Trenton He attributed the a
... dented the yard line on six plays to cap Panther fumble to set up victory formation and for several '
P Tb Tigers scoreboard drive was stopped at the 17. to hard playing and a good second FLORSHEIM :
; a a long drive with NellDsvls the scoring Mitchell had completed the winning Trenton touchdown. Newberry bed trouble moving effort plays completely had the Tigers
scoring from the eight six of 11 passes In the Lancaster also made Trenton'sfirst the ban and Jerry Harris who Trenton's second guessing.
Live Oak has notched trl- tint half and had opened up six-pointer In the third per.Iod averaged 44 yards a punt was to a row victory after two was opening seerend Branford quarterback, aided

[ ismphs ever MonticeDo Madilsoi the Pirate defense to allow when and Newberry well had I 110lead the called on once again to kick ....... Newberry now Is II for b y halfback Jimmy F I si e 11. CORDOVAN!
Maettauqr and quincy Head Griffin and Benny Stand- appeared on Newberry out of trouble. the season moved the Duce down Into scoring
r after a shaky practice period ridge to pick up valuable yard' way to a handy victory. The I formation, and hard position but Lake Butler .

and Hurricane Dora when tt The Trenton back also came driving Howell Lancaster drove ruffled its Tiger fur and held ..
(appeared tat Bulldogs might age.Tiny Griffin tip 1 p I II g the up with the biggest point of the the ball to the Panther three. A Lake City i Branford on the II. That was I, BO secret that Cardovu wilt, .*

f hare to' cancel early season scales at a mere 12S pounds night the winning one. With the personal foul brought tht bsO i Branford's deepest penetration outwear any other upper l lalher- t

> pmti.Uw. 1 accounted far It yards on the game knotted at 13-13 Jimmy half the distance to the goal and Held to Tie 'for tht nightThomss yet come up looking none the worstfnrltjuililickefscletk
Oak opens Florida. ground and was on the receiving -Slaughter faked the kick: and Lancaster went the yard for the (tba quarterback) "
Star Conference play next' end of two of Mikhen's tossed a pass to Lancaster: who first Tiger touchdown. The third wu out of peeing form is he t

week when It Journeys to St. aerials for another 31 yards gobbled It up.Newberry quarter ended 134 to favor of By Demons I overthrew 1 1 f t r a 1 receiver anJ ll shines like new| "

to meet the Yillow- Griffin averaged M yards for dominated play In the Panthers when T r tll. s during the second period. On $31.ls '
Augustine : the night and scored one TJ the first half but Its lead was failed to convert the extra point. LAXC CITY Lake two occasions Like Butler receivers ,1

> Score by quarters: and one PAT. A ZJ yard quickly erased. by a Tiger second Late In the fourth quarter the tetrad a toachdowa. on s were sU alone as Thomas "

Live Oak 7111427t Mitchell to Griffin screen pass effort Tigers punted to the Panther -yard peas play with 4: Clt'l ever.fired.
Quincy t a s-l set up the Red Devils. second: Newberry scored first to the scrimmage Kenoard was hit go to deadlock Florida High I Not content with 144 it the

tarty. second quartet when Larry Del hard and fumbled. Lancaster recovered Friday sight to a !tout ,Mil Tiger coach Jim Daniel. PAGANS102W.UNIVIMITYAVt j jt
Danny VlOanneva of Las An'geles ton scampered 33 yards around for tht Tigers with Just -lash. gave his troops Hit goaheadand
holds the Ml National Phases Click end to the Tiger one. Powerful two minutes remaining to the 'The Columbia I called for al few more slxpotoltn. -
Football League record forpunts. The Pirates scored after Willie -Larry Holden drtve seven. OB tilt second play of the High Tigers I Returning the kickoff
Winn had. returned an Inter- give battled back after Demon fun t ; ( ) () J
.- 1. Yuanleva'stotal for the touchdown to the game Slaughter ran outside for to liter midfield Lake Butler J
is six am than his league ceptkm from the Devils' 39 to Panthers a six.point lead. They eight yards and the trucbdown. back KM Sank smashed. ever wed five plays to score shortly II!
high of to HB. The record the 33. Leon Undsey went to felled to make the point after Lancaster provided Hit k I y from the two-yard Km to the liter the second hex started. ,

tar a seems II tt ojr Howard from the one alter a busy: the touchdown and the half end- block. Battening the P a a tier third period. to ave the visitorsa Jlmay. Thomas netted homeilthsBsTkjar's Y
Maley .,.the Boston Ya/iks In: Roger Evan had scampered U ed. Newberry leading. MLNewberry .......,. *4 ........ third tally ensIsaHHIglitnlng j Fnst Nrklnf M 1st PtdVra W'I
17. yards to set up the score. Evens 1 opened the second Coach MM lions el the TV 'The Tigers' chances to win IsVyard scamp "'"
went by the beards whys Do- ,
; mot) ...... Jtouny McCoDum

broke through to block the try
Chiefland Outlasts Dunnellon, 7.0IT via a kick.McCoDum.

also bed a hand h

JBBf CLBOBNN tag or a running role was to entfellhera. (attempted Just three panes two .. with halfback Harold. Real Florida High's ...... Rerecovered I

San F.etW AsslnhMQIIEFLANDIt Halfback Daisy led which were thrown by Mgt on four pass pays. to wow dM a fumble to start me
was Billy Porter ran the lid twice from beck Weacltl'IL I II Demons en the reed
bal CMeftoad
to li A
sgMMkBhJ. 4MsftfMBd) till WTO Miarlit here sertmmagt for tour yards and pastMerferenet 'The Lake City TD cant ea a
[* Fridey night wa and the world at I.I Cerbto. Say Sparkle I all against me I. pans from Jerry Jerssa to j LICENSES GUNS GEAR

) west. inst.Bulasd. e7A/w'w'K.N, nerd.... Corbto and fullback Ted KeyjCtstWMii dUne put the MIl en the eight Bract ,........ ,
II n I OUt Slant til thsf ytsTv-1 Here the Indians' defensestiffened. The Demons bad bit the ,
DswielJon's 1-111" a_ i.M105 S 11 a CLOTHIN4! COLT HAND GUNS
,age. Cento rushed for n yards : -
r ytuad qpartorback. was virtuaJaad ,: -- S Sr.rr h 11ft[ U carrtel1IId Key picked up A pair if rent by R* better of It etettoUcafly with
at re vltlors ter ,50515 N 1M eight first downs to sat and lei MATS :
.. tern 'si' yards to II attempts. : land! netted fear yards and twepats .22 CAL BALI
= : : yards rasa to M far tat Tigtn.' I ;
tt took a yerd na by 0. ANTI
I I M sMssioleto.ateOaad. .
aueftanors Lee Mffls tote to the P- MN.1.1.0 be 0 .. Both Key and Mills were Injured edempte The finer was fished by stiff (Less lithe .... Mwjannst *
410C t.V.
third quarter to save the game "- ... .: earlier to the seam and with Key cfaratoi defeaerft play went ef the way. UMO sum .

far tat heavily fevered ladumB ..-.. "'..1 /...- r a'se I.'neither saw much action out most el the yardage a* ON Lake City BOW sports a 141record : CAM ''' SHAKt-fROOf LKGINdJI
.agaasst Lake Butler laIC wed I .
T was tat third will bear ..... P.1Ill P.-. midas Pas eet be dock.Chiefland whfle the Demeat an
etgtt BJH ser CUefland and third T__ pee WBtB 1M deeded a B' bead cotes DoyMot'sg le 14LTbettowMtdMtoctsur.prist .1 JAMS IAOIAlushwe( iNn howl.

to tear games far lhaselTbe'sscedorsee game ....--. ,.. .GL....'...; .'AY....-. aSP.ee elf.1, MnV gamewtoniag suet tended fte ply of k*. ,, rated nesWil.Tigers.... getog bad ben tote, wrs SNAKI IITI Km *
d. 01 NI..5 ...... isnt ea a tosrtk down play at ail 0 ktctfleU bat wee part* i
Q6I aaI'I.l. a gI NI ass .... tat rUsentBusi With threeyards
.' % U edr the haadst to tor the first town lean by sjnartorrFtorMtoMa I JIHHE i
> e Fan cesnpfcHeel 14 efi 20 piny ge "Hera .-.. t I 1.1 AMMVNfTrONCtlAMIMt 'PlIES'i i
wastanhM and Chtofland rein MOs waa elected to perform
tor m yards and racked LaM CIJ -.1 0 1 1.1 -
Fvt to bfe
OHlMBtn.HtcattverrifWtackb.aM. Men MM M.4"Ida _
f at II lilt 1/ yardage TVi :
ot end i2 was the ssdtonsfssBBkaif > Mgt "And Mfs war 1 ...MINT INl'TlMlIOODS M
i en the greealSBBBOto
peal plisse aid saw __ If lilt addle wow week w< KeB&edy" : .
1'em" 1Wn tsUileasd release to me speed seasupeeei m.. ccb'd at reset Ltest ItM1sIr OfStsVaaf '4155515Ind'. t wIM

SBBBTMlftgssn's wale! peddd r wae T Iks teens.Keyaafbd. N1W YO K (AI) !.-+ierie. ............. .

were .. *e gtoef victory.Csteflanel ... its Are fat Twe ChMtad rrf o r errYanrOhrhetwM n, .11I1 air bean rsiWd. err .A MSI CMSSJ \ till A-.
srjr.eaia. rolled op 344 yards eatra astof to eesntseto scar .wart totorad .... .... II.. .. s iaes
d kkkiog aituaTtoamftos ending Jaitislng 1.r yards to tog for the alL. ; Guard Lerey Misse Tie Awsia/sd Prune Yanr1 S. r. Aaala t WillI 't y

roe offLkeKtesp the eomd bar wean U. Sub Dhsreres Mnalred to the ss>1 end aani awatajr BBraasslavaBhto. > .AA s ea M I II ,in'x.3 ,.. ,... .tMet(1riYq, r flew etf, sw'. ,
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,(Continued from Page 11)) with South Carolina the foe. Score by quart ra; Fla Trammell (2, punt re NEW;::YORIC' (AP)--Barney 'maacared e on-deck circle: : ball abot off his bat and sailed lICe," said the famous awltch
'" I At an added bit of aplce,'someone -. Florida. 111'1 II-. turn. Hall (kick). Schults pitching: for SL Louis i ,' 'i' to death" to the facade in the third deck hitter,. his hands still shaking
final period: The Gators did not ought to look up 'the UF Mississippi I'I'-U ria Casey, it, pass from blared the voice on the loud I' It was the ninth Inning of Saturday's of the right field atands*_ with excitement

do much harm. to their national alum who' remembers the last Fla : Shannon, 1, 'run;' Hall Spurrier.Kick failed speaker.: .. : third game of the World It was Mickey's 11th Series "I I had to hit !
Jlo; 1 ranking, Juit 77 yards Fla Casey, 43, pan from Mickey Mantle strode nervously Series.' The score'and the aeries homer, breaking the record he Just it Mickey
It time he cameback to the reunion (,,1Idckr.> Spurrier. Lyle (kick) out of the New York Yankee were tied at 1-1. bad shared with Babe Ruth. added. "I figured I ,would be
for those who Rebel must know defeat to cheer for "t h I ayear's" Miss -.r Dennis, 2, run; Irwin Miss = Wells, 22, pass from dugout and whispered to teammate I Mantle watched the ball float "This was one of the biggest he goat if I didn't hit a home
was the .worst Caters and not to talk (kick: ) Irwin kick Elite Howard who run. That's because of that error
did It'27-7 In Meyers. ( ) was up to the plate and swung. The thrills _I've ever_had In my
line Tennessee about, next,year* ,Fin -FG,Lyle, S1 -- ------ I made ,in the fifth Inning
111I",Alao, Ole Mill player ,alto which led to their run.I I
lost their comDOiure: aa endJohn
Maddox took a poke at a 1 ALL THE: WAY "I'm still nervous," Mickey i

UP player, reportedly."(Tom Big Football' 'WeekendFor whispered as tt embarrassed."My \
Shannon, and got ono in return hands are still shaking. I ,
from Gator flanker Neat Sneed get more nervous ,every year.
TIle Gator player (No. 13)) was Gainesville FansLocal Jubilant Gators ChantBy "
Unlisted on the program Ev : 1 think Yogi (Manager Yogi ,
Berra) must have noticed !how '
who he U noI ..
Bryonw ,! football fans got to celebrate this weekend aa i \
;, lane Picture never.before. NIS NISSEN there were no changes In the Supporting, that claim were Graves said, but he droppedthe nervous I was. As I was selectIng __
I t Assistant Sparta Editor defensive strategy. "In fact. quarterback Tom Shannon and names of Casey, Bill Rich- my bat Yogi celled out:
3a Gatora' amazing chowS All four ",.vorlte," scored big victories by declve. mar- "Ten and 'aero all the It was even simpler," he said. Steve Spurrier and a sticky- boar, and Allen Trammell. I'm going to stand In the runway

rda1 left Florida 2-M for glna., way to the Sugar Bowl" "We just played good, solid fingered .rceelver: named "If there's a better guard lathe so I can be the first guy
the reason, 2Oln the SEC o P..x. Yonge and Lincoln High started It on Thuraday' Suchtatemtllt!t might defense." Charles Casey conference than Rich- out of here when you" hit- the
art amble and much to both night. The Blue .Wave crushed Jacksonville Bollea 174 have sounded ridiculous to On the offensive side, Shannon and Spurrier lookturns bourg, I want to see him," home run' "
} the national and conference and Lincoln ran away with rival Central Academy of Pa- Florida fans prior to Saturday Graves said, "I knew we had chunking the ball;' and Graves said. Mantle ...Idbe- wasn't
afternoon's football clash to throw against them. We Casey made a habit of \ particularly
gridiron picture. latka, 370.Friday gettingIn The head Gator lauded to hit
:n also brings them lnto with powerful Mlsslssippl.But.when had to go around or 0 over the clear.and hauling them Trammell's defensive play eager against
Gainesville High School surged to a 3211success Schultz"He's
their line."There'a .
lI Iecomnlllelt: week unbeat- big in. and said, "H. amazes
over the state's No. l-ranked. high school team', these Jubilant no question about Dropped Names'This more every game by giving you got a real good knuckleball -
"' Richmond Fall Tallahassee Leon. shouts blared It, this is the: best' passing was a game where about 121 per cent' effort. something like Heft WII-
: And Saturday the Florida Gators wrapped It up with. a out of the Gator I team we've ever had," you couldn't pick out stars," Graves also said that If wbn's. This time, however, 'itJuat

CHARLtSTON.SC' (AP) ..:: :20-14 triumph over touted Mississippi. dressing ;' he had to determine the sort of floated la tbere.

4 The Citadel crushed Richmond Four' victories, IM points.to Just 31 and the sweet taste room about game's tuning point It would
3U In a Southern Conference of special.victories. 4:M p.m., 'thereweren't Saturday 121 Horses 'Sold be Trammell's 12-yard punt
return for touchdown
Football game Saturday with a this In the environs of Gator- a that
Everyone Is happy day. any
mixture of raw power and an put the Caters ahead 17-7.
del..... snickers: Iron CeaMat Compare ELECTRIC
Ironclad Z
I ,. the outside It At Sale in OcalaOCALA When asked to compare
bad a realbtiering 'MISIN Saturday's victory with the WASTEBASKET
t tL
IN win ever Alabama last

1t1H4r Miss.It's.humbled not every,day JO-R that In fact Ote (AP-A total of 121 Ibhal was sold by Ocala Stud season, Graves said,!"There's

It'. been 11 years since a Rebel Florida-bred bones found new i I Farms to Irvin 1. Cowan of really. no way to comparethem.
t opponent has scored 20 homes today aa the third annual Perrine for 111,000. Dewpoint, a We were down when
points and eight yean since a Ocala Fall Sale concluded on a 12-year-old Chestnut Mare to la we beat Alabama, so tt was
really a meaningless win.
team has won by so wide a note of optimism. foal to Restless Wind But
Horsemen paid HU.700 for the Tartan Farms bought one today was a key
.i margin. a weanling
t. victory that could make this
The last time the Ole Miss assortment of weanlings yearlings filly by Intentionally for team."

defense, long a standard m two-year-olds and. broodmares S14ML The weanling was sold to toe Injury department
the South gave up 2*potato, It sold during two auction by Cavanangh and la a daughter Graves said be thought the
waste Maryland which went sessions at the Southeastern Pavilion tank Caters received only bumps
on to a national champion Friday. The horses brought aa average and bruises. Bo pointed out Ii
ship. During! the afternoon, a bead of l.ia. Last year, IM that fullback Larry Dupree
Pleased Craves went under the hammer of auctioneer head sold for IllMM, aa average sprained aa ankle as the first
Florida Coach Ray Graves Tom OTarrefl of West of n, n. quarter but ihould be an right."loser LXSSITOyXS"Sen \
was phased with the victory,
minster. Md., while at bead
which, was the only way one were sold Thursday Bight. Top i ar-.arr rr s.....w w Carr

., 'S M'y51 could be after such aa after price of J7m was paid for a rv a neon 9lw .ar>r p a.aerr..w.Mrs.... ,
ags ..... But be acted at ttwen
1 as 7-montb-oU My from Douglas ao.+an- '
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."I knew .. were really up F. Stewart's Shady Lane Farm. ...._.................-
The weanling was bid. !aa by ,
far this
game, Graves said.
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"We were ready all week. : nar..rass.rerr.es 1
a partnership ef Pad Feat aad
a "It was team a great,'* Graves victory overgreat con Jim Wiley ef ........... Va. errarr..a.p.a.r..M---- .

tinued. "I know it's an eld The unnamed wiaalmg la me 1'
story -but tt wan a team effort first .daughter of New Star. aadto .
Oar defence was great by speedy Spy..... -. E. H. and Grace L self xtends CAU.-. .

aad our atfe-controlled the A weeaDng cot by ataarlnai ; :
1IaIL". ally out ef MaecreaUBsa was to visitors and sportsmen d. M.'I'G'AII

'...... .... sold by George A. Ckvassaagk cordial: Invitation visit

.jWhyIsThisa11So Happy? Fans Wed out of the standssaaktag Jr., of PsMcrcst Fans far'.*..., our recently remodtUd/ Studio, .t **Central I Florida
: their heads about the .
S w \ I.VcouM be became his. Men just weal ahead ef sjatjhty Ole Msaa aptrltod Cater defense thateertakat The colt, foaM. Fck:I.' ttHwaa and Workshcp'and set our fret Cimalati Us

: 7'.tt 5,*rrler-to-Caa.y ..... Yew pntetly ........ the Mat wit! tae the Rebels Uk asM bought by W. M. ......i display of over 400 mounts lngs.f. ef.
; ,; i sarie M Coach RayGravea, AasasUat Pepper Mien (mat toMamau ...... .. ....... also of ........ -- 1 Visitors : -.me. ..... .
of a little wwrItIL (Pk.l. fcy KM Sfcersaaa) Grams totaled out that Dew a ......ly NT Always Wtkomt.: -/ "I-t11N.MAlNST: ,
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