Gainesville sun
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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 12, 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 )
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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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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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No PoliticsIn Barry ESVIUE aoe unatl F Oiaftre5uille! Sun "}

89th Year; No. 84 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1964 CNi Howl- ( SK&SSS:; SUNDAY, t
*.. pies,., 11'11' NEWSSTAND PRICE: lOc e
Campaign f'I

By Neat CHARLES V[ark JTlmra MOHR I 6 Die in Everglades Air Crash a i I

PHOENIX, Ariz. As Barry Goldwater'a campaign -
technique has become increasingly unusual, the reasons ANDYTOWN (AP) A man pression lying in the Gulf of was due at Hollywood 45 minutes party which set out early todayto The Richards and tie Nelsons c- I
for it, oddly, have become clearer.In searching for two missing airboats Mexico south of Cuba.A later. look for two alrboats which had been flown to the Naples :
his thrid nation-wide television appearance last Fri in the Everglades wilderness five-Lieh downpour fell Sun- Aboard were Ernie Orr of vanished after leaving Andy area to Inspect real -estate. TIll
day he talked about both issues and himself. still Fort Lauderdale, the pilot Earl radio
stumbled accidentally to- day night and rain was ; town at > a.m. Sunday on a plane was equipped but
--You have probably bee n day across the wreckage of alight coming down when an airboat Leslie, West Hollywood real es- fishing jaunt. cent no distress message beforeIt
reading and hearing about some brave talk by a politician whoIs plane and six crushed bod driven by William Abenau of tate salesman and owner of the disappeared.
of the unorthodox things I have in no position to match his Fort Lauderdale found the and two from Aboard the airboats which The underbrush was to denseIn
been doing," Goldwater. told his opponent's appeals to special in- ies.The plane, a Cessna appar- wreckage in three feet of nosha. had not been found, were Richard the area of the crash lg
audience."I terest. ently plunged Into the swamp swamp water. Mr. and Mrs Richards and :Mr. Matheny, 27; his son. James miles west of Fort Lauderdalethat
have gone into the heartof Except that Goldwater has Sunday night during a rainstorm The Plane had taken off from and Mrs. Nelson. 8.; 0. T. Hilton, M and Thebnar airboats were being sent into
Appalachia, and there I increasingly shown in this cam- brewed by a tropical de- Naples at 118; p.m. Sunday and Abenau was ono of a search Hinkel. bring out the bodies.
have deliberately attacked this paign that he is running for ,
administration's phony war on president far outside the bound
poverty." aries of usual political activityin
He went"on to recall how he the United States.

had attacked retirement medicare In Florida Goldwater enjoying unprecedented admits the nationis pros- Soviet Orbits Trio

country, tile perity.He .
TVA in Tennessee Analysis: speaks Instead of such
and legis- What The "real" issues as "the deterioration
lative reapportionment of the home, the family and
in urban NewsMeans the community, ol law and order
areas. of good morals and good In One Craft
"I have done manners" Space
all these thingsdehberately Goldwater sees all of these
," said the Republican things In serious decline and he
presidential candidate, "fora asserts this is "the result of 30
reason that is clear in my years of unhealthy social climate tit C

own mind. I will not appealto ." .- ..... Doctor II IIIQMAIO'
you as if you were simply "I refer to the philosophy of r zr m ,
pocketbooks surrounded on all modern 'liberalism', the domI- 4 t '.
sides by self-serving concerns." nant philosophy of the apposItion Scientist
Elsewhere in the speech he party," he said. \
contemptously defined political In speech after speech recently 1 e d
campaigning as "the science of Goldwater has shown that 4 AboardMOSCOW .
buying votes." he does not Just want to changeSee ; f... ..... Ir
All this might be dismissed II
as ( BARRY on Page 2)) (AP) The Soviet I' I

4- Union rocketed a space ship
into orbit today carrying a pilot \,
I Barry's Running'Against a scientist and a doctor 11
the world's first space vehicle
to carry more than one person. '
II President'RENO 4 An official announcement said

it was of sent rocket aloft by a powerfulkind I f.ff I'e'

Nev. (AP) President paignlng In five Western states As the apace ship circled the
Johnson said today Barry -Nevada, Montana, Wyoming, earth every 90 minutes, the pilot '= '
Goldwater sees the governmentas Colorado and Idaho. messaged that all uutru- -
such a terrible thing that he 0 :
Goldwater was not mentioned r
t nests were working well, the iy
seems to be "running againstthe by name. But Johnson, In a M physician examined his colleagues s
office of president, Insteadof speech for the Nevada capital of and they had lunch. t.

for It"Johnson Reno, left no doubt about his 4 The space ship is named Voab- .
took the slap at his target. kod-Sunrlae. ,
Republican rival as the Presi- y4S ,
"One candidate," he said; "is Aboard Col. Vladimir
dent Into what were ..
swung promisedto J
be a 20-hour day of cam- 'roaming around the country ; Komarov, the pilot: Konatan- ,
saying what terrible thing the i tine Feoktlstov, actontlat; and -
government Is. Sometimes I Dr. Boris Yegorov, phyilqhn.'
Officials think he is running against the ,The booster rocket aentHha I V r _-iI ..
yv ... office of president Instead of ../pace alit Ip Isle an, orbit mat( J* f A KleiUat '
Y a 'ft..ow. for It." -
'L 'anteIrom 2U miles to 111
1 v Cleared In "We here in the West," said fmilea above the earth, an off.
Johnson, "know how the West '" clal announcement said. Some I II
I Estes Case was won. It wasn't won by a Congratulate: 'Mrs/UP scientist broad considered : ::11
: man on a horse who thought he this historic first! one more big
could settle every argumentwith !Mrs. C. Howard McNulty geld congratulated by two of her four children after she step In the Soviet race with the 4
Wear fork JTitnra a quick draw and a shot was crowned Mrs. University of Florida Saturday. hies. McNully. a graduate art United States to the moon. -
i By WILLIAM M. BLAIR from the hip. student, will reign an the UF'a number one housewife during Homecoming this The United States plan! to ,,
WASHINGTONPresidentJohnson "We here in the West aren't weekend. Sir McNulty. walling his turn to congratulate the winner, la a law senior bunch It* first two-man vehicle + a
5 and other elected or about to turn In our sterling (UF, Photo) some time early next year. J
appointed officials were cleared silver American heritage for a There was no indication now
s of any wrongdoing In Billie Sol plastic credit card that reads: long the space cr.ftita else
Estes' dealings in grain storage 'Shoot now, pay later.' Gets ThreatsLOS *and weight not given would -,
with the federal government And, Johnson said, the West LBJ A wasn't settled "in saloon fightsor /Tans news agency said this
by galloping vlgilantei" but ,.first manned orbit by the Sovl-)
House Investigators, however
severely criticized the rather by sober and responsible A.'l/GEW'/ '( ) Two leg from his home, along with fet Union since the summer of
I of Agriculture and Depart.went other men and women anonymous telephone warning New Sec''w4tyMeasures his rifle. ,p63 was designed to teat the
federal agencies for failing to The President spent the nightIn and a brush with a placard The man was found In hla effect of welghtleasneu and
catch the Texas he Nevada, talking to local politicians bearer worried President John. home later, lie said he hadn't I other stresses on man on a
built his promoter multi as and resting In the pent- :son's bodyguards during his Usedof gone near the President He ))tag flight This was a hint the
I' million-dollar up now cotton bankrupt, grain and house of the Sahara Htclln Las Western campaign awing but "gave no explanation! for the rifle craft might break. the old record CAP Win, *... It .M MlYEGOROV
fertilizer empire through fraudulent Vegas. YBO trouble materialized.A In his car, deputies said. The of almost! five d.ys.
manipulations. Roulette wheels whirred and youth whose Goldwater. Clarence R. FeLtcr, II, and ,man was nut arrested.QIlarJlllinc. In the last night, In June AfyklM.
( Democrats looked to the report slot machines played their tin Miller placard grazed the Presi found a 22-callber revolver in, 1M3, LI. Col! Valery F. By.
House subcommitteeto kling melody more than 20 stories .dent's hat Sunday In Phoenix side. knvonky stayed aloft M minutes -
by a
below him. But he released by police after short of five day and later City Budget
take some of the heat out of never Fetzer, booked for carrying's
saw these features of Las Vegas t questioning. '\t FL OrelRecommended1 suffered from various aliment .
Sen. Barry Goldwater'i concealed weapon, was later
charges that the Estes case was life since his route to and from Police found a revolver In a released on 1300 'ball from the. long period efwelghtJeunem Work

I evidence of corruption in high the his bustling quarters casino was remote from I pocket of another youth. He said Thirty minutes later, Thomas : A taped television broadcast Tops t

places. The President flew to Nevada he was carrying it to protect the Lee Wilkins 17, of Phoenix, was I"l *n TV. tease from the apace ahlp today
Ten days ago a Senate committee after a Sunday that saw him go .- arrested when two policemen MONTERY, Calif. Thequarantining showed the occupant amlllng. Agenda j A
finding absolved Secre- to church "The first day of saw him swing a Goldwater of Ft. Ord with i The film was dim and It wag
tary of Agriculture Orville L. the week belongs to God" in As the President rode through Miller placard that brushed thePresident's fit more than UOOO troop In bnpoiulbl tell the else ef the City Commitiioneri wire 5s
Freeman and other farm officials Goldwater's hometown of Phoe ; the Long Beach, I Calif., area hat at Johnaen training wan recommended: Sunday spare cabin All three mm scheduled to w e r k evert m a r l'
of deliberate complicity InEste's nix. Ariz. Later, he did some i later In the day Secret Servicemen walked along a fence shaking by the army surgeon general wore helmet again today on the propoeed
schemes. The Senate speechmaking, which were aware that local authorities lIand following 13 death this radio communlcallmif
wasn't "Two-way -
panel, however, rebuked the De- exactly nonpolitical, in Long had received reports of The President fended the signoff year from Jl meningitis caaei. are m.lntalned.III I II new budget In hope of dlacu- .i
partment of Agriculture for two telephone calls, one warn- with his bands and said the sing It In final form at la.
Beach and San Francisco, Calif. Lt. Un: Leonard Healen Tas. "The ahlp' crew report '
slipshod procedures that enabled Big crowds were the rule hog directly and the ether Indilectly incident was an accident % beaded team they withstood quite well the flight* meeting
an Inxptttlon
Este to illegally acquire federal that the President's life "I wasn't hit he said. "They "
the ,
along way, especially In the spent nearly two hours en the launch and the transition toWflfhtlcimm The budget year began Oct
cotton allotments.The Long Beach area, where the ,Has In danger just push. They always do." blue hut north tf /here Saturday All three feel 1 and the city to operating oa n
House investigation "dis- curbside throng probably was A Secret Service man stood Wilkins was' released alter His drclilon to recomAland fl..." last year' budget until the Dew
closed no evidence that the licensing as large as Johnson has in \the following Johnson's 'questioning' Secret Sen Thf
any ear by *? a quarantine wag in announcement gave m budget I Ia adopted by the con "
or approval of Billie Sol seen during the campaign. holding an automatic rifle. Nor agent pounced at Ins Angeles after he Indication how long the ship/ mlu loo.
Estes grain storage facilities But if the President saw more mally such weapons are carried In Los Angeles the sheriffs had conferred with Gov. lie: would stay aloft
was accomplished or facilitated people, he also saw more Gold- out of sight office Jawed an all-polna alert mood G. Brown, one of a group Taaa said purponti of the City Manager Bill Green said
through bribery political I Influence water signs.. There were more In Phoenix, detective Andrew Sunday after it received an of state and federal official demanding flight Included Tnt.", new thin, morning the in swap
or deliberate misconduct in Long Beach alone than 01 all Watzek said that on Johnson's anonymous telephone caD that a that further reception "muttl seat guided spaceship" should be adopted tonight ta
Involving any government offIcial the other cities Johnson has airport amval he noticed abulge man who disagreed with President of recruit at Ord be impend check the rapacity to work to- meet the Nov. I mailing schedule
or employee." See LBJ M Page 2) In the right trouser pocket Johnson view. was miss ed. (See SPACE em Page t) for the city1 tax bttto, but
action depend en the ccmmla-

II I Angry TV Viewers Protest Kid Talk9 Interference I IC City resignation A number Plan Board of of Tom Item Including Fagaa from, art the tfkt t+

also on tonight'/ agenda .;:

Wren fork fftmrii tent band are causing! jiggling lines en their picture tubes and I price of t5:; for a Job that in the opinion of many engineer, TV eommlaaioa meet at TIN -
By JACK GOtLD the intrusion of adolescent toffee M fte audio channel of their should not exceed I1J A lop qualify high-put filter la hated to at the Utilities Operation ,... u
NEW YORK Thousands of television set owners in metropoUtaa lets. Many objected to particular to he Me el obscene language. catalogues for about ... Center. US SB Mi Are ..
areas are having their reception of program disrupted Adding to the Indignation of the TV ttt owners la the fact
by chattering youngsters whose radio transmissions are disturbing that far the most pert they, and not DM youngsters are ,.,poo- Another newer said that a citizen bend Utlnfl virtually next
the picture and sound on video receivers. able for the dwairbaacei, will lave to pay the COat ef eliminating *ior could be heard on his TV set, on his radio KU and oq Jut r
TIle New York office '"f the Federal Communication Cora- the toterefereoce. ligh-tkfeuiy/ ) phonograph unit WHERETO

mission said Sunday that the plight of the TV viewers wa one Fuss a purely technical Hanapoiat.. the ,.. explaned. A third remarked: T,* given np trying to are 'The Defenders.
of the most serious Interference problems stemming from above lie eVriga of the TV ......., met tile ctttam .band equipment.to .' All I bear la 'Double-KUM. ever and e...' and '1GI. IM." ..
of the etttena band radio settee messily at faulttatoreference He wan referring to a ciUzcM: band ewntr.t can fetters and the FIND IT
The ncmber of complaint from TV owners In the New York to pueaMi to these fctovtotoa acts thet allow tngo of Ivo-yay radio. The auneral 1W Hand for "message
area ha risen to M a month according to William L. Kter. tranamttkd efttoaw heart radio received."
ifcoato by a to pse through :
Cewka . . 14 '
engineer to charge of the commisaion'i field office ta the federal ncerwr and reach the partora lobe. the hoApeafcer or both. The controversy ever the ftHaon bead ka become one of to.sand clsee&N.11.17 I
1IwJdjn,. Tbe situation to sermon and steadily getting won," be 'Sam aMnufaeteren supply apea reajaast a bulge. to danmte Iketoiaterente. tangled MUM ever I* central .the FCC The commission .............. .
said.Similar The aertea mm W rnaaniiil toeide the set at the started UM citizens band to provide amen and private OhhneIee ... . .
complaints Kizer added hare been reported to ether pint whore the anteane air lilt tuatog ....... Dtnon* with a simple and tt eeaawnkal man ef two- gal.la. Peg: . .+"r
large cttte. particularly Los Angeles Reawta ef gaogtof by TV earvlee M km reached the way radio communication primarily to circuautancr: where a Stweta . . ,.I;
Irate viewer have told the F.GC that hobbyists ea the till "7.c.c. aad ........ Oae TV owner aatd be had ben quoted telephone cannot be need. Weaeeai'i . . ; ,

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'... \ .... .- '!' R ... J'e Gainesville Sun Monday October 12. 1764

EOPLE W' the NEW\ Ask Senators'Added /Bobby's Not Doing So Well, Yeti

..::Briefly. Baker ProbeWASHINGTON By R. W. APPLE JB- I Thus' be added his OWl beliefto New York State.If [Johnson may pull Kennedy In. !dy not unlike the suspicion they

O .sat irk Otar* that of some of his staff mem- I the President wins by a Those observers who feel that felt toward former Vice PresI-

..;': "'' \' ( ?)'- Three NEW YORK With only'ben, tapartlal analysts I' dKeating' margin of in excess of 1.5 million the former attorney general Is dent Richard M. Nixon in 1960.
':1: Republican senators are de- three weeks remaining until managers that the : votes as some Republicansand behind point to several Indicators ,

m.ndinlIew public hearings in election day, Nov. 3, Robert F. Republican nominee was out in some Democrats expect him to buttress their judgments -The fears of the Kennedy

'the Bobby Baker case hetore Kennedy. has tailed to build op front. to-then It would require an extraordinary : organization itself that the can-

the Nov. 3 presidential election. the substantial lead that many But the situation was going to amount of ticket -A poll by Samuel Lubell, pub.IIshed didate Is doing far less well
v' "
del'f They went the Senate Rules politicians/ expected him to have change In the remaining three splitting to carry Keating into last week, which showed among the Important blocks of

Committee to question Baker = by this stage of the New York weeks, Kennedy said, when the office for a second term. !that Keating was ahead and Jewish and Italian American

former Senate Democratic' majority [senatorial campaign.SMoay. voters paid more attention to Although they acknowledgethat 1 would probably get the votes of voters than most Democrats.

secretary aid throe .to fact, Kennedy said the "major Issues." ticket-splitting has becomea a largt number of persons who Kennedy's decision to take

ether witnesses abeat dirges: to Buffalo that be agreed with Both Keating and Kennedy way of political life In New voted for John F. Kennedy for part In a debate with Keating,

of a 125,000 kickback to the polls stewing him to be roaming supporters concede in private York, and that the ability of a president four years ago. I which the observer Interpret as

1960 Kennedy Johnson campaign behind his 64-year-old Republican conversations that the outcome presidential candidate to elect -Interviews with hundreds of ,a sign that the roomer attorney
fund. opponent, Sen. Kenneth B may well be decided by how the rest of his ticket has thus voters who seemed to feel a general felt that he needed a

The three Republicans CarlT. Keating. wed President Johnson does in declined, many politicians think vague uneasiness about Kenne- dramatic device to catch up.

Curtis of Nebraska High f

John School Sherman of Pennsylvania Cooper ef Kentucky and cANA Poll Puts ScareIn

made me demand ia a'
letter to the comnrMtea chairman I

B. Everett Jordan, D-N.C.I Aaa f ..r ( Conservatives

The other witnesses *iey want I

questioned include Insurance I

agent D0H B. nVjfHOMSy, nibs I O Shut fork (uTimrs [ently rolling toward Labor

J made the kickback charge, and ? -- By SYDNEY GRUSON victory in Thursday's general

.. sf u p< '' Democratic fund raiser Matthew \ 'we LONDON The Conservatives election
H. Mcdoskcy who Reynolds 'e- sought with a seeming Reeling under, the Impact of

said made the kickback... measure of desperation Sundayto the latest Gallup opinion poll

'u A6d a government contract stem a political tide appar- which gave Labor Hper-

Congress Is in recess and the cent lead, the. Conservatives

Republicans may have trouble marshaled their forces for an
all-out offensive over the last
drumming a for Girl
up quorum any Injured
further bsrings.More .. three days' of campaigning.From .
D conservative headquarters -

When Car came an analysis of several -
About recent opinion polls designed -

-- seesaseusi to show they could mean

p _ar Nm as NNwmwwsS Turns OverTina anything from a Labor majority -

\Space YIN e- I of 55 to a Tory majority of

f'lIIl s Ellen Gennaro, 17-year-' 90, and an announcement that
.. old student 4132 NW 13th Ave., 20 government ministers would 4
-- --
From Page 1 h Is listed In good condition todayat be speaking today.,
1 Viscount Blakenham, the Conservative -
WEATBB FORECAST tsaftoast Florida was being drenched with nIB today and more the J. Hillls Miller Health

U& Gold Medal Winner getter daring yaoe Oip11t of a ef the aaaae to ....... West Pates Beach resorted seven inches, Miami five. New England Center, University of Florida, sounded the Party chairman,
rally at a
(glee *f workers. IdIIItIIc, shivered to ..hustog etsapirotoris wile seathera California reported geXkgree weather. after being injured In an auto cry
press conference Sunday.The .
of Lake Ore. winner of physical and technical hmatifauns A heMeal depeeatise II vN CMtWMHI M being WBlCftCv accident Sunday. "risks" of
D2ri.Schollander Oswego in the oeadMtoaa of I Miss Gennaro was driving her a Labor gov-
Ihs Olympic 100-tMUr freityl swimming event fa study the effect of 'small when the ernment will be "hammeredhome
space flight; car right rear
okyo today picked up a gold medal for the U. S. space flight on eeaaasaaata, and 1 Weather Roundup Soviet Has tire blew out, at NW llth Rd. from every Conservative

ealll. His lima WM 53.4for. aa Olympic record. See "carry out e..... ...... and 20th St. The car went out platform between now and

biological! research In CM coat Gone Far In of control and turned over, according -Wednesday night," Blakenham

tlens of a long flight" w to Gainesville police. said.Dismissing
Moon Race She is the daughter of Dr. as an "imperti
dear however nence" the of Harold
It was not Joseph Gennaro of the University warning
whether this latter aseaost the of Florida Hospital. Wilson Labor's leader against
ffigMwwiMbealtnfOM. WASHINGTON (AP) Any "Last' minute stunts and
Stephen D. Crawford It 122
'"jlYlacn l doubt that the Soviet Union is scares," Blakenham added:
Tan said was NW 36th Ter.
aei .: :. .... still In the moon race faded a passenger, was "But who believes
( e..aw anyone
.... LIP
launched at 10: ( : but not admittedto
t _. l.es a'se as N ... IIIJII away today with the sunrise. Injured, was* that we are not going to wade
EST). '-9.--
a.m. .1. ..... .. N allies M Il..y a1+r r Sunrise Voskhod is the the hospital. into the Labor Party with all
maid the .... .. Ul
IIfJI't1t.'f The announcement the Soviet three- Michael Oliver Plumkett
name of new our strength has got another
orbiting was aoceeapllshed' "by B C-Partly chady throughTeesdey. R man spaceship launched Into SW 2nd Ave. Is In good condition think coming."

means of a new powerful .launch lAw eNg stead orbit early this morning.It and Helen Gayle Harrodd, Wilson left London to concen-

P vehicle." No details wen gives M. High Tuesday about N.NHwMeMt points up these salient]Jacksonville, in satisfactory condition trate Labor's campaign wind-

"AD systems oa heard the !. out ..... 19 w9 a' : I today. Both were ..InjuredSaturday up in his own Liverpool constituency

spaceship are functioning normally II males an how.m 1wires factsThe Soviet Union has a night In an accidentin and in Yorkshire wherehe
said. s- ...... -... a.w the 2400 block. NW 7th Rd.
Taos -. w ,_ will a ewe mighty new space rocket probably was born. He continued to
The last previous Soviet cosmonauts e e w.wa Law ... designed strictly for space Patrick James Toner Pal repeat at every opportunity
In orbit wen ValeriaaBykovsky sale es s R IIIJII Nlee.eY.leer metto, was treated In Intensivecare that .
or N m .mm 11 MMN flight purposes. 1 a "very big victory" is
<< and Valeatiaa. Teranhkova M -The Russians are systemati- after the same accident, in sight. ,

cBckup after ailing- :\ he first apace woman.Ik ,sarw.Nw.r.. :-:: 1.11.11 -'"" .fi&,1.... cally going' about answering the and discharged. I At a press conference in Liverpool -
JET" separate space ships hi Jane .. ::w f crucial medical question of Wilson was asked whether -
J.. Ml. Bykovsky made II orbits Nee N w**..:; =-= to oq1 whMw GAINESVILLE: WEATHER man's performance in space More About Britain should cease to recognize -

1 'ROVES.Everett 'Or*. mill Slngletary. chanecBer In five days aaaT Tereahheva 1 K--CH.N' =....1> Yllr e..r.11; Municipal Airport readings to answer especially some of the Chinese Nationalist

M l itltkee R-t, ef they: UalvenNy *f made 4g orbits daring the latter lm tunltMTu in M w mM: Mitii for 24 hours to I '.m. today: their worries about the wasting government on Taiwan. Labor

1.3JDped te be released won North Carolina at Greeawbtre, part of Bykovsky'a night. I wend.eo.dty tJ.,XTJ'TSeSS Hjgh n at P-m--low M .' away of human bodies and life LBJFrom has supported Britain's recog-

om-Pasavant Memorial boa- has been appointed dl rector .1 Soviet scientists later revealed It wiT'wiirti MOM M ....., I a.m. No rain.tCMIMMIIir processes In weightlessness. nition of Communist China I '

ItOfter three days of treat- the Job Carps by President that the long period of I _I'd n.,. I llttW kWw In TSMPSRATURSS SlUWMimO N LRF -They likely have, or are. Page 1 should be seated in the United

ent-tor a swollen right ankleemphysema IeIInon. weightlessness caused Bykovsky -1 NCM..nv11N AITw1M developing the ability to reach Nations.
ail- suffer .. .ALMANAC. ..:. 7.: : :: the moon and return, and to visited his trav- The Formosa question Is
a lung to temporary swi s.a 1M. .n.ft" .. ... ... w r on vote-seeking
OUTS sled ........ ..... in orbit around the earth a
ejjL KEEP effects of low blood pressure, 4 w New ... "n.. place: els. I complicated Wilson said and
emotional and balance N1.1.1.TMs sal, wipe$41.1 Iw.s .MN.. "III.** .hr IM,' .e.lwl ...':.:; ? II J. space laboratory or orbital military During Johnson's formal requires a great deal of nego-
1 old RalnvUle, Dirkien'i S George fatigue "wvtr* ..,. !II 3f
( ,., ...
and some alterationsto n.r0r ".,,..., 0(1. 11 W."All1.tMCllew ..... f7 35 station. speech a few miles from Long tiation within the U. N.
eetary, said Sunday the senItoOai C. Wallace today Instability Vq.LiLal.Ta_, ,. ,,.. ... ...", Dr. Bernard M. Wagner, "Formosa might be dealt
i chemical properties. J I III /m. : : 1 Beach Goldwater partisanstried
condlV confronted + bodily KMMI City .11
"to food -
very Htwn. 1ft.... NYlO" ... chairman of the department with
? N and D_, ... pathology an International trustee-
it ::11 his words with
on'tji the Southern This has put a limit to spaoeflights VII.1._ ...., .., tM :. 'M. /1 wNM'.. .. n IJ of the New York Mod- to blot out
kilrwMl .... But ship territory leading to a plebiscite -
n chants.
Governors' Conference of about two weeks until Lao s L. apIN 71 II I "We want Barry"
rams.eases' M.1N ... n 54 teal College and student of about the future ofhe
with nil the problems can be solved, the. fast VL'1-Sn .rt. win* II I* cne KSV" lows {they were no match for the
bar nay scientists said. There was no II, kn.)i t..r.m.i Tu..d.r."t ,....." Moll M HI '.'. 1M raw space medicine told a meetingof [public address system at Johnson's country after an appropriate i
to .
proposal Cloudy ... U.S. earlier "
d f"' Low If |:M ,I space experts period, he added.
federal Intervention Indication how long the three- this year the Soviets were worried disposal.The According to Blakenham the

In public man craft would stay up. Five Day ForecastFloridlans about the effects of weightlessness Phoenix crowd was had a big wing to Labor reported by the t
Johnson an
one, too, and
United States is planningto
school The
on the ability of the with Gold- Gallup poll published in the i
fain. The proposal orbit Us first twwnaa spacecraft human heart to function. intimate encounter Sunday
to dicta rainfall Telegraph would resultin
Wallace may expect one some as great as water placard. One held by a
met with early next year. two Inches of rail and temperatures six inches hi local areas. The Wagner suggested that the man struck his hat Johnson a labor majority of 55. ,
some opposition from fellow Komarov Is 37, married and two to four degrees below normal thermometer readings Russians may be planning a young said It was an accident. But he noted that the pattern '

governors at the conference. the father of two children.: the seasonal averages over the place highs. between 71 and 15[large multlman rotating space Some other witnesses weren't of voting In two polls In Sun- <'

Feoktlstov is M, also married next five days. In Its forecast degrees and lows between 59 station for a 14-day endurance day's observer would give the

d HONORS and has a small son. The doctor covering Tuesday plough Sunday and Tt. No Important day-to-day flight before the end of 1964. sure.Two anonymous telephonecalls Conservatives a majority of 23 e eto

Gen. HsmUtoe H. Howie at 27 Is the youngest memberof the weather bureau pre[changes are forecast In weightlessness, as In prolonged I warning that the Presi- 33, that the Daily Mail's na-
,+r y commsnder: of United States ( the crew He too Is married bedrest. the heart gets a dent's life was In danger kept tional opinion poll of last Wed- '

and United Nations forces In and has a son. I Organist For 70 Years vacation at least a period of Secret Service men watchful nesday indicated a Conserva1! l
Korea, was awarded an honorary The announcement 75 minutes reduced work. Heart muscles his visit to the Long tive majority of 67 and the last'
'; .w1 doctor of law degree today after the launching was ATLANTIC Iowa (AP) -\[Zion Lutheran Church organ to react to work by getting stronger Beach area. 'Dally Express poll a conservative )
ed Moscow radio and her.ld.1. weaken with a smaller work majority of 90. l+
University on 1
1 from Changing
I Seventy yean ago as a girl of I play for a wedding.She load. Astronauts returning from AD through the West Johnson
in Seoul.DEAD. sion by chimes that I
t, Clara Otto sat down at the has talked about keeping the
thing Important Is coming." did that relatively brief stints of weightlessness -,
., : _JiMrs. such a good job peace maintaining prosperity Realtor Dies
have shown lessened
Bernard Eriklne, U, LETTERAssistant The three-man satellite the Chiang ScomsMao' I lilt baa been the church organ- I showing compassion In socialprograms
heart far;
performance so
ilittr of Sen. Barry Cold- Secretary of Labor seventh manned Soviet space .tot ever since reversible within 12 hours of I and promoting frugality In Car CrashST.
water has panged full force Esther PeleriM, a Democrat, flight In SH years. It carries Claims that makes in government
(earth-type gravity
Into her brother's campaign said Sunday she received a letter |cosmonauts seven eight and I At a special service Sunday, the heart work normally again. AUGUSTINE (AP) A

sad lines It exciting. She has at her Washington office nine. I TAIPEI Formosa (AP) Clara, now Mrs. Scheun, will be The current sunrise flight St Augustine real estate man

traveled widely visiting poll- asking for a campaign contribution The United States has put four 1 President Chiang Kaiekek ridiculed honored for her 70 years as the may be used to diagnose how TerwilligerPTA was killed early today In a

UeJIL gatherings to speak Iafarmally to the Republican National astronauts Into orbit. The longest Saturday Mao Tas-tung'a church's organist the heart-wasting occurs and to Elect head-on collision on State Road
for her brother, Committee flight was on May U, MO, claims to territory outside the AlA near here.
what can be done about it.
when Air Force Maj.) Gordon I present mainland boundaries of I The Rev. 0. R. Harms of St Officers will be elected at the He was William Robbins 49, <

Cooper made 2t orbits. Rod China as preposterous. Louis, president of the It-mil In-Law Dies first meeting ofh.. Myra Ter- owner of the Robbins Real Estate .

More About The Soviet Union's longest Chiang assailed Mao as Na- lion member Lutheraa Church- williger Elementary School Agency.Four '
.. It ttonaBst Chaw celebrated the HOLLYWOOD (AP) The PTA Tuesday at 7:30: p. m.
manned space flight was Missouri Synod win be presentMrs. men In the other car ] I
orbits la five days of June IMS. Ord anniversary of the Oct U mother-in-law of comedian Jack Following the business meeting were hurt but none was ser

I Tau said Vskh ed's orbit overthrow ef the Manchu dynasty .I Schetm: estimates she i Benny died Sunday at her Bev- In the school cafetorium. ious. They were taken to Jacksonville ),
Barry reached a maximum height ef that led to the establishment has played for more than S.. jerly Hills apartment Doctors the faculty of the new school Navy Hospital w h ere j
of China.Mao's (church services weddings and said death came from natural will be introduced and there
M about 151 miles and a minimum ef the Republic I they are stationed In the Navy.
From 1 height of about HI miles. 1 latest claim to to some funerals She still plays for both I causes. will be an open house of the The Florida Highway Patrol ,
Page 1 services and Mrs. Esther Marks, 78, was classrooms
Siberian frontier territory ef the Sunday morning
Announcing completion tIVoskhocfl Investigators reported Robbins' *' j
I the mother of actress Mary I All and patrons are
Soviet Union that was once held Ian evening service once a parents
Salt Lake first loop around the I auto apparently swerved across
asli he wants to change awe way as he did at ( Livingston. [requested to attend.
rkan value )City Saturday when he said that earth Tsss said the crew radioed by the Manehus. month the center line after going off

the American moral fiber is to the earth: "Feeling fine the road on lilt right side.
As' often admits pessimism beset with rot and decay." the assignment will be carriedout.
-wifl be heeded. He relied ." I The 'Best and Worst' in Congress
that "many people art i To old Ooldwater watchersthis Yegorov gave the cosmonauts Gainesville Sun

ling to admit they want a was not a surprise. The a general medical examinationand
l de you remember;senator appears to be a born field D.-Mon.. Clinton P. An- Tower R..Texb the list of Pblished9', ...c.ot
the crew had lunch Tau NEW YORK Senator Rich: Washington. D. C. press corps.
were a child andmired pessimist as an election nears. 1 D.-N M. least effective V. S. Senators. Saturday. and Sunday mam.
saM. I showed that Senator derson. I
has been The
[and E Russell. D.-Ca. survey I ( Gamnvill* rV>-
up in your mother's lap In the last days before the New Watchers on television) saw voted the nation's most effective Strom Thurmond. R. S.C.. Least Effective J. IranTharmend. I The magazine sarvey of twee..1qoC at 101 SI

thunderstorm, needing rajfrances |Hampshire presidential primarylast ,Feoktlstov and Komarov. behind U.S. Senator and Representative I(who recently Joined the Republican D.-S.C. Jack a members of the Howe named 2nd Ptaca. GatnttMlW. Florida,
March he to do and .m.ftd aiMcond
began clouat
that everything was him In the space cabas.FVektistov Wilbur A Mills D-Aik.. Party, was voted by his Miller. R.4owa. Paul H. Douglas the following Representatives as wore' .. see ..... 0tfCce es
tight? Many Americans to- much the same thing- observersthen i was tsTklng to the Md the most effective U. S.'colleagues to the Senate as the' D.-N.. Edwin L. Mechem. most effective and least effective GeoNwtIIe ,....
'are reassuring one another It appeared to some 'least Senator. 'R.-N.M., OUn D. Johnston. :
earth. Komarov reported eondltlons according to a effective Representative
alCUUTlOM sam
the ITCUI.n
> everything to all right by'Addly that be was warning D.-S.C. Most Effective Wilbur D.,
Adam Powell
In the members Clayton
reverse method el in1lebog voters thai they c. u I. voteagainat The television, spare ship.transmtosfao of poD Congress conducted and among the Washington'., New York was earned tea. The newsmen agreed with the,Mills. D.-Ark. Carl Albert. D: I Weal .41 MAlt
to need for him If they liked, but R Charles A. HaOeck. R.- I M..
no selections of Okla. SS.II
that there ,! nates first four ,
effective U. S. :
of, lasted shout six inmates. and corps by Pageant Maga- Representative.Following ,
change." would be a virtual admission pu effective senators, but I Ind.. John W. McCormack. D.-
the most [jxMt AS mall wbKriotiani
was relayed to European stations. I are .net-I slaw
who slier personal weakness on their part Howard W. Smith D.
us. GoMwaler M.i an effort to pill answers I five and toast effective congress-''earned Senator Fullbright, D.- Mass, W POK! lOt edw.ea.
.. In his speech remarked, In recent days his present also Va. Moxtar M Aud l, *ou el
I has been aim Jubilant crowds lathered In to vital! election year ouevtions 1 men as ranked by members Art, fifth. The press c .
he -against sin, does campaign: very with the Drst two ...- Least Effective Adam
to the the Senate. "I agreed .
Red Square after the leaching a special survey 0 .
always appear to bo meI tall.He aisfcmaiinsut eaBsBfladlhwflW asked Congress Meat Effective Richard liras as least effective senators Oaytoa Powell D.-M.Y.. Wayne .. wM.. r N -.
carraat Pageant
sto to a popHt I has scornfully dismissed was eWIWUIILW. They OTBylVU; I L D.- ::. Roman C ==i C:': .ru KM
being against named Saltier Wayne Hays .
political I pledges of better mstarial > seined several men hi mffltarywalform H judge Seat and appraise asttosal -,...... D.-Ga.. Hubert Humphrey. -;i but J D.-HL. Brace Alger dear.- ....1.Ms a*
William Pto pBctoakJ. M
Idea. life not the hWO and tossed them Into ...... A parallel poll wan D.-Mim. Everett M.[Morse D.-Ore* se..as .. ap1r
I a result he has begun to of a presidential as eenpafgme proper. the air. Utbmlttad to members of !the Dsrksea. ...m, Mike Mane-,,,80, D.-"'", and J I' a C. R..Tet. Hale Boggs D.-La.
the public in M aggrea

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t ,

f Y4 Ii

: .... 'Me.d.y Octe.be 11. W Gatnesvilt, Sun ;- J'1|

rjjjjjj.Trouble-Shooters ; I Eddie Rites To Cantor I Claims Reds Still E ye4n of Berlin: \

Be PrivateHOLLYWOOD BERLIN (AP-Former US, is as determined as'I ever to shattered If ;wed did not," the up in one way or another, and I
foreign-policy adviser Robert D drive the United States and
Jts former international trouble- think It can be done over a peri-
Murphy thinks the Soviet Union Allies out of West Belin. shooter for Presidents Roosevelt od of time," Murphy said.
( ) Eddie
Murphy said In an Interview and Truman declared. "1 think this wall must disap-
Cantor will be buried as he Hits here Sunday he believes the Murphy also advocated firm pear. I believe that if they un- I
spent most of the last 11 years Bishop present absence of pressure In action if the Communists close.derstand that to be our deter
of his life apart from the Berlin results not from a Soviet East Berlin to Allied military mination and objective the
public that made him a top star His Critics desire for an entente with the personnel in uniform. He said I chance ot''getting It will be

,during a golden era of American West but because of Soviet diffi I the U.S.. government_seems. "pre.pared much greater than If we Just
tot Nw Ttrii TtaitM Gullies with Red China and to agree to a dental of Al.lied walk away as we have In the
I entertainment. ST. LOUIS The Right Rev cow's other international access to the Soviet sector past."
Croman Mortuary announced James A. Pike bishop of the cms. Mos.1 I and that this would be "simply Murphy said he thought now
1 I today that funeral services for Protestant Episcopal diocese of ''I think that another step backward In the may be a good time because of

In ActionThe died the. 72-year-old of. heart. comedian, who California, struck back here Lon is Just a! positive their process" of forcing us out of the the Kremlin's problems, to I
attack -
Saturday area. negotiate permanent and acceptable
[night, will be private. Sunday at c r 111 i c S who have lit ever was"to drive us out o i "I' think that foes further than, access rights' to West
Alachua County Sheriff's Department riot squad, headed by Lt. D. W. Cantor was the last of a trio oC/charged him with holding heretical West Berlin, Murphy declared. that because I believe that this 1 Berlin without bringing the East
Garrett. strikes a menacing pose during recent drills._ [great comedy figures to pass views.In I Murphy was political adviser Eastern sector has to be opened I Germans into It.
[from the Hollywood scene in to Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower '
what observers regarded during World War U
recent weeks. Gracie Allen or many and 10Cen.
Riot the Burns and Allen team died as his strongest statement Lucius D. Clay, then millL
County Squad to ,Keep Aug. 27, and Harpo Man of the to date on the "Irreleancy" tary governor of the U.s. Zone ,
uf Germany, when the Russians
Marx Brothers succumbed two of the Trinity, the bishop -
t blockaded Need ?
weeks Berlin In 1948.! He new appliances
ago.Cantor called for an end to "out- retired from the ITS Foreign,

'St. Augustine' on Coast skowiU[ In was New York born City Edward Jan. d a ted, incomprehensible and'of Service In;-1939 and-Is'president
a glass
31, 1_ He came out of the non essential doctrinal statements company. beta lie
BILL HAGER slums with a vitality that tradition and codes." Murphy said if the Russian
By Once back In Gainesville Lt. et "wedge, an effective deterrent soon should blockade
Sua Staff Writer I Garrett wasted little time In captured audiences wherever he I Berlin again, Pwthase Loan
using to frontal'attack; the Last summer, the bishop declared the United States should breakit Big
The Alachua County Sheriff's his newly acquired mob performed A small man, he '
I "circle, which encloses indi- that the "classical doc- by force
Department, taking a lesson control knowledge. The riot 1 I possessed enormous energy trine" of the Trinity WBBf e..sawS M...* MfTlMMMeay v
w a. no "I think
from last summer's St. Au. squad officially was formed vidual inciting rioters, and the "If you knew Suzy," he chanted longer our position worldwide p.s5...s N,.. buy wIttI i
gustine race riots, has welded Aug. 15, and since has been "diagonal," a close order lineup to the audience, tapping his ............ necessary- and In Europe would be cabs Oat fusel eau sett wIttI +1 ,
IS of its top reserve deputies drilling once each week at the' used to clear mobs away palms together .. IQC.tg pw..... L--. ', ,n rMsra.pwbr
into a unit designed to sheriffs department pistol 1 from walls.
preventany tae ter best
"We're making he
such indicent here. range. In addition to halting riots,1 sang, with a roll of whoopee his Immense I ANNOUNCING ....w soaps egltl...... .
Lt. D. W. Garrett, head of The squad is 'composed'eJlo the squad's existence Is expected banjo eves that were expressive':'I brells'-s.S b. tsr w. e
the newly -formed riot squad, tirely of reserve deputies -volunteer E to prevent them from begin without being offensive. "I NOW Nye ttMMy awl ues.6aIr titswatR
said the Ancient City's uprising officers whose outside ning.. Lt. Garrett indicated his I "I'd Jove to spend this hour: with.........II.......... .- ,
from service
occupations range unit could be activated In the' UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
"officers were caught by sure station operation to electronics event of student uprisings, "bu, with you," he sang to radio -
prise" gave birth to Ala- maintenance. not unless the police ask for audiences across the nation. ), I Dayrw .ee$SNTisb
chur's riot control program. During each drill, the group us" Two generations became acquainted COOKIES RESTAURANTSERVING rr is x ttt.eglta g.tupgr
Soon after the St. Augustine practices a number of formations Hopefully, there won't be need with the high-pitched '/
disorders, Lt Garrett, accom designed to disorganizemobs for the trouble shooters to,
panied by sheriff's criminal I receives instruction in using demonstrate their skills. But if voice, the crisp gag line. I
investigator Ronald Stanley and tear gas, and generally there is, the squad will perform With his death, Cantor's great''
reserve deputy Capt. H. L. Bre- sharpens up its riot breaking effectively, Lt. Garrett efforts for human causes were I BREAKFAST, LUNCH and DINNER
land, attended a 40-hour course techniques. i predicted. "18 trained men can remembered. He raised staggering .
in civil disturbance at Tallahas. Lt. Garrett explained some of accomplish a lot more than 100 amounts for war bonds I OPEN 6 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 'W. II I
see's State Academy of Law the formations used In riot con I untrained men," he warned prospective during the first and second Vittvtnfty Am, Inel n..rPHONIi I
Enforcement. trol, including the fixed-bayon- rioters. World Wars, the Heart Fund 907 North Main PtejnMlit 44S94r I
Bonds for Israel and other

causes. I := i
United Churchwomen.Elect


Officers Review PlansThe

Don't just complain about WIsh e!m p air... do IlII1ItIIdjJ'r

United Church Women of Wolfe; Christian social relations tertan Church to hold all meetings
Gainesville, meeting Friday i Mrs. John Christensen 1 in 196S In that church.
Oct. 2 at Holy Trinity Episcopal and Mrs. J. S. Shannon; special Coming events for United I
Church, elected new officers projects Mrs. Robert Show- Church Women here are
and committee chairmen waiter; Christian world relations State Area meeting, under
for 1965. I Mrs. Tom Mitchell and Mrs. M. H. Latour as chairman See the world's first
Reelected were President, Mrs. Esther Hamm; public relations will be held on Thursday, ,
Mrs. Emmanuel Gitlin; second, Mrs. Robert West and Oct. 22 from I:30 a,m. to 2:30:
vice president, Mrs. D. E Mrs. Karlene Chlldi i ; the I pm. at Holy Trinity Episcopal
White; treasurer, Mrs. Robert Church Woman Magazine, Mrs.I Church. Highlights of the National -
Walker and finance secretary, M. H. Latour and Mrs. Elzore Convention In Kan s a s '
'.I Mrs. George Alderman. Gill. I City, Kan., Oct. S I, will be JffmlMmmmITS i 1
The new officer elected was Mrs Tom Mitchell showed an given by Mrs. Sara Mathison, t
first vice president, Mrs. Clarence educational film on UNICEF, a State President. 4
Derrick. project which has been adoptedthis United Nations Day will be
New committee chairmen year by the United Church observed this year as a Day of
I are: membership Mrs. T. Women. They will join with the! Prayer on Friday Oct. 23 at
Walter Herbert; Christ I la nf Gainesville Junior W 0 m e n'I First Methodist Church. The
: world missions, Mrs. .H. s.1 Club in sponsoring a "Trick or church will be open from 12
' TreatforUNICEF"atHalIween. I a.m. when Bill Jeffries of the
i This film is available to American Friends Service Committee .
designed Jei-SimDli give you lop *Min.ifcllHyiN l
\l Air BoatsUnder any groups In the communitywho will speak.
would like to use it. Information The United Church Women
J may be obtained from World Community Day will beheld vi
Mrs. Tom Mitchell. on Friday, Nov t, from
* United C h use h Women of Ml ffWIF,
11 to 130 at First NTtS
a m : p m.
Gainesville voted to accept an :
In Viet Nam Methodist Church. Local citizens
invitation from Grace Presby-I :

( WASHINGTON (API-Water. will United compose Nations a panel as to a discussthe peace ti' : :y "... N1....- .1, .

skimming air boats the kind oC Lost BoatIs organization, followed by a luncheon J .
craft used In the Florida Everglades with food contributed by '

,t Army In are South being tried Viet by Nam'the SightedPANACEA people the world.from countries all over miItCkSNVffllfMI._, ,....

swamps for hunting the deadly
Viet Cong (APHOne of two
The air boats are the latest boats reported overdue at Gulf, AT- ... _
effort to find a workable tacticor of Mexico ports was believed located -' CLARKE'S
device to match the native Sunday night.
skill with which the guerrillasmove The :28-foot boat Hurricane, Recommend This

Army with speed spokesman and silence.An said thata out Jrooksville of Gulf, Coast was sought Retreat as near unreported -,' Famous Nylon Ii YEAR PROTECTION 'PLAN AT NO EITII COITI a:

'few" air boats have been Sunday with six nsr: AII.W.ather42" I

,I them bought are and in that Viet Nam the first undergoing of. sons aboard. with TUFSYN Strongest FrigidaIre Washer Protection protection plan for, furnishing replace )
Then boatman told Pisco
I I With evaluation.the boats' shallow draft, County officers t he nailed il not greater j.T Nylon itrmgth cad g'v than.t fhn wiser tire 'Plan ever! 1- ear warranty for repair of ment for any defective part In transmission .

far from its home port with occupants enomy-lin tirti And Tu'tynIt I r
I they can skim the waters or I to I the toughest rubb r Goodyear any defect without charge, plus 4-year drift motor or water I
planning sleep pump /
even slide over stretches of mud hat ...,. used m auto ,.,,,. s.. tlIMES
bars without much difficulty.The aboard in calm seas.
The Hurricane had been having .
boats are powered by a 'ft
small air-cooled motor driving engine trouble. Officers said r IIIIlTHlIlJIT.MllEI
assistance probably would be
an air propeller and can travel
sent out of Gulf Coast RetreatIf
25 to 30 miles an hour.
the craft was unable to make
hare in daylight.The I

I Various Thefts Panacea Coast said Guard the Moot Auxiliary shrimp at I' IT HAS A NEW DEEP-ACTION AGITATOR f.II- JlI i .:

J Arc ReportedOver boat Lady Bess, with two men I e...... Jet Currents To Give All Y.v Weak "....* A tlM" C....,... ,
board, was reported overdue
Weekend I I en route from Panama City to IT HAS JET-AWAY LINT REMOVAL

A cigarette vending machine :!'am pa. Jets Ut u4 Se... Owt of Te Tub with Cent**sew Overflew. 11ft... 11

was found missing from a northwest PRICED
service station early today .J l IT HAS A NEW, FAST, EFFICIENT JET SPIN : MOM.

by Gainesville police. asro -feel Le ve<) Clothes litre Light T. Assert Qnkk-Dryhtf.. a. ....
... ...
The machine was teen at, ant
11:1J p m. Sunday, and was wyr.-., REDUCES TANGLING AND WRINKLING $1 1 79'5Left "

gone when police at 12 55 a m.1 ... I tVtn .
Yew T." CUtfcee Oat $ a. e 94 *f- A, ..
checked the Shell Station. NW sasses s.w. IN" WmtTIAMMl
4 49$
39th Ave. and 13th St $ .w.==
The machine to owned by Eli OgjWA II a. TNIM TODAY

Mitt company.
J. M. Alday, president of the, a MJTs
produce company of the same I prottct yau.. frt*. tn4propfty 'H
name at 11$ SW Jth Ter., reported ... from ,'-.domoot 51795 jz.WM =. COME IM-WE HAVE A GIFT FOR YOU- REGISTER FOR OTHER PRIZES-OPEN FRI., TIL 9 P.M. '
a breaking and entering vt IrtI * tar KaMrdout tor*.
Alday told police lemeeae non$ such .s:
broke a fourteen square window Deed ..w. a. br.nd+.. s. Written Reed
reached through and unlocked iwut or *... .; brmsch.s Hse.d GeeeNe JIM VOYLES
a door, and took M cents, loo ease TV 1efWIM.' ere*
from a cask drawer. j I NO MONEY DOWN
Two bicycles were reported, tU,.rt T,.. s.." ,

M stolen Saturday- Cindy ... ..... FRII MOUNTING APPLIANCES AND TELEVISION ;
3Z4 NW Mth Sl amid CilWand.j I
Finley School Mrs. Earl Tay-
4 jar to. 303 NW JTUi Dr. reported 419 N.W. 8th AVE. PHONE 372-5303 .If

Saturday a bike stole, S. MAIN tit 4ttt AVI.PR .
Thursday f r.III UttlewwdSchool. ..... 17C-U41 64563 r
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31AULDIN.1lIv'y, 1

Oiatntstti11t i un TilE OF ::3 Is Johnson

." JOHN .. NMMfOCKMkttr ......... ..

I MT COWUI, .... ...... .' ?
Florida's :Beautiful ..*/ ID JOHNSON VIm -. ua..lr... SOUTH Slipping
|0r> W. e. (innIBMOta. !
University 'I1f1 Vk PniHiK .. 44.
VIM puiKim ..* a........ Mumr. By McGILL '
P.....RALPH.o..-. .....- The molt recent: poD indicate, interestingly enough not so
i, THE SUN'S POLICY w .. .. __ !, much a rise In the popularity of Senator Goldwater ai a
diminution in tile popularity President Johnson.
r.t; 1. Ripest Hi. n wt fully rind fcnportwIV In Aw flews colun' H. Princess It becomes clearer In retrospect that Mr. Johnson made

:2. Lip,... the opinion of KM Sun ln-*ut only kv-Jtortol some Instant calculations, hours after achieving office concerning
NFL, 3. Publlih>> aU tldn of Important contnwtrdal ... Us political future.'Someone recently remarked that

':J< The Sun's All 378-1411 if America's liberals bad been Informed in 1960 that the race
telephones: departments b.
With in 1984 would be between Lyndon Johnson and Barry Goldwa

C ter, they would probably have marched out into the ocean and

+ drowned themselves.

. Would Bomb Threats Help? Ambitions
LYNDON JOHNSON'S image in 1960 was that of the Southern

The Viet Nam, issue baa both tion and are ,taxed and conscriptedby When I saw the picture of or dogmatically at any rate Liberal Southwestern wing of, the alternative Democratic to the Party.Eastern He was and

baffled..' both sides. Prince Peter of Greece and of the
American;political parties. roundly' denounced by the principal Liberal spokesmen
;s the and the story of his attempt to day the labor union spokesmen, the thunder-makers of the
of winning war
Prospect The long frontiers of the .trin,. make himself the heir presumptive ADA, the tableMuepen of the Liberal ideology. He did little

even of holding South Viet Nam together bean shaped country are all open to I recalled a talk to woo their favor. On one occasion he even denounced "the

under any government have Infiltration, land and sea, mountain, Cairo with him, Egypt and,Russian in February wife in KKK and the ADA."

worsened so much that neither aide jungle, swamp and river. Only the IMS. There was also in thenewspaper But when Mr. Kennedy was killed Lyndon Johnson recogDIr.ecI

be convincing along the lines short frontier with North Viet Nam. photograph a that be would be regarded by Us most vocal constituents
can WAY TO MIGRATE. bed between
"BOY, THAT'S THE much as Hamlet's uncle was when be came to
Itself Is well patrolled. sharp reminder of what time j
originally argued. incestuous a b.. t I. Accord-
can do to a man. In the MM Johnson
< ingly, a new wasborn.
Candidate Barry Gold- ,Yet the administration, wisely we picture Prince: Peter looks THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST Within minutes or so
Republican slack: and almost fat In 1945
believe la reluctant to put more U. S. it seemed be breathed fire
water has had to back away from his be was trim and proudand into the civil rights bill He
fighting men into the country. This did no damage to the romantic
"no win" charges,' because ha la no Dress'? went to New York and gavea
would change the war unmistakably image of what a 'One-Party speech so far-gone In UN-

longer aura ha wants to do. what it into a whit man' war. It would add prince should be like. unction: as might have shuck I

take to win. Consequently where North In early 1945 Greece having Mrs. Roosevelt ful .
now might U. S. soldiers in a place security even as
earlier stood off the Italians ). welfare-state, planned-econo. and eo II Ie Un
he centers now on blasting the Ken Viet Nam (and back of It,Red China) with great courage and O) 2Tm fork ffitmrn my philosophy of the Democratic abroad when they an confronted some. Medicare Increased. Antipoverty
nedy-Johnson administration for bungling can pour In reinforcement much success, was then bravely resisting opposition Party. Nor have they by a candidate who ?. See the Yellow

and lack of frankness about faster, from a vastly bigger .upply.V. the occupying hordes of the newspaper and been taken In by the PmIdeDt' calls- world proposes but to cannot unify even the tree unify Pages of the ADA Directory;
of Hitler The agony of Greece: personal telephone
practically there
to the election everything
and I made the press to their offices or by his insistent his party, they an troubled
progress purposes. was worse presence
S. air and naval strength of Sen. Goldwater to eonof withdraw. was quickly bought by Lyndon
of civil war. A Commu- Invitations to the White and they
mighty in the Southwest Pacific. the most Interesting and Goldwater has added totheir Johnson m becoming President
nist force from neighboring House though they an
President Lyndon Johnson can no. It paid off brilliantly.
V.' 8.'airpower could wipe out in 24, Yugoslavia bad coma literally significant developments clearly pleased by these personal doubts by his tactics In

longer point convincingly with pride hour what it took North Viet Nam, to the outskirts of Athens. the presidential campaign. attentions.The the campaign. He came here Having consolidated his support
not yet The British bad aided in turning It I II not so long ago that of the to last week to address the stir among the Liberals the
at a job well in hand though : 10 year to build in industrial facili Adlai Stevenson, a former swing press when
air strike, the tide, but the war of Johnson cannot be explained tors of the nation, but President turned to Business
ties. The recent retaliatory editor whose family
completed.Will newspaper bun to answer
Greek against Greek was togo either, on regional grounds. It they asked America and identified himself -
on torpedo boat base showed the owns the Bloomtagton (DL) questions about the things In effect
on for many weary months. is not only Independent newspapers as, Honorary
the long war aver end? Can North Vietnamese how accurate U. S. Pantograph was complainingthat : that swing from one that troubled them he refus President of the Chamber of

K it end except in disaster 7 intelligence and bombing can be in FINALLY, Tt was the True the their newspapers obligations had under forgotten party to another like the New ed. Com m e r c e. Once again hesucceeded.

their country. .man doctrine that enabled the York Times who ban given : Many businessmenwen
the First Article: of the Bin
the latest Greeks to clear their.country him their support Nor is it HE WOULD! NOT eager to believe that
The elements since of Rights and wen creating a of
new himself to the questioning Johnson
of the Communist enemy and members of what Barry calls was really at heart
visit to Viet Nam by Defense Secretary Selective bombing or threats of restore their government "one-party"press In a two-pan cans "The Eastern Establishment their reporters he said and the Lyndon Johnson the Liberals .

Robert S. McNaanara are the bombing might persuade the North .Prince Peter was even then In ty country. Press" like Time, Life therefore he could not answer had fought m ardently

increasing instability of the SouthVietnamese Vietnamese to leave their southernneighbor eemt-wile. He had broken OVERWHELM and Fortune: but papers such the questions of the editors. against doling 19CO that the
government and the step- alone. But the rilk would be with his family In 1941 to marry as the New York Herald Tribune The effect of this was merelyto overtures be now was making
of the he
Russian emigre Miss majority press who have Invariablysupported confirm them ta their opposition to the Liberals were merely
psjoVup aid to the Viet Cong rebels great, the possible yield quite limit- Irene Ortchlnnlkov. said when he was running for the Republicans, to the party they had a part of that campaign oratory

bjCCommunlst: North Viet Nam. Both ed. Official U. S. threat to North It may have been unjust to the presidency ta 1988. ".1 and the Cleveland PlaIn Dealer normally supported In the that Wendell WUlUe had

an,handicap to the most difficult Viet Nam have been resumed lately but the fact was that the against Democrat. 'And it Is and the Kansas City Star past taught us, way back; ta !1MO

pag of the war. This lathe job of ,In a tentative way. W. doubt that Greeks and !the royal' family against Democrats, so far as out of the Republican Heartland Goldwater started out not was n fitbootheft man
I not after sober
winning over the vfflagera who bear, the possible gain justify going farther in particular felt that Miss can see, a of the Middle West only as the darling of the who his
and considered review of the the
right-wing fringe but as way into the White House.IT .
Ortchlnnlkov was a lady who Goldwater not only scares
the brunt of the killing and deetruo' than.this at present alternatives, but automatically defender of mJdd1e.c1uIlDOI'o
bad set_ber heart: .OB being his natural enemies but many
a* dog ire against cats. ality, but his campaign has WAS GOING
queen. They charged Her will of his natural friends. His economic ; swimming
,having treat ambitions to As soon as a newspaper sees policies many of them descended: from philosophy to ly for LBJ. But the more or
:' STILL SEES BIGWI1'iLB -:r> end. They laid I"" t the& a Democratic candidate, it Is will accept: but his racial wisecracks; and while this less personal criticism of him

I I Prince Peter was but clay b filled with an unconquerable policies and particularly Us may have helped him on the la beginning to tell The public .
her charming bands,. yen to chase!: him down ;a nalley. foreign policies make In e m bushings, It has hurt him with expects: criticism of LBJ '

J's Polls Less'RosyBy During the war years' UM pause and think: the normally Republican press, from the Goldwater camp. But
prince and his wffe were sup Stevenson bad history on his He began with the philosophy here was the Reverend Francis -

British side. Host of the big city HE HAS C 0 N F R 0 NTED of The Whole Man" In Sayn of Washington an

RttBABD WILSON this country en major lenses the Democrat Ideology, Is a The mheumptptlogtywas! Oat tin newspaper supported the Republican them by the possible consequences San Francisco: with Edmund impeccable: Liberal publicly i
Chief, CewlH as the President' proJecuoM normal Increase responding Greek throne would be reestablished candidates a g a i nst Burke and the Natural Law. denouncing: Johnson's "privatelack
...'osbtoglouWASHINGTON would seem 4* indicate./ This to the demand of u increasing and the British Roosevelt even In the depths of their own pro* with Hobbes, and the Law of of ethics," his "cynical

is not reflected ta the House population.Mr. sensibly took no chances. The of the economic: depression of Judlces. He has stated his determination the Jungle with Natural manipulation of power." The

PresidentJohnson of Representative at present Johnson will submit this prince bad not then been ex the UMs. Newspaper owners, to put Into practice Rights\ and Adam Smith, and widely respected Arthur
ha begun. tbs Intensive ,.nor la it been Congressmen budget to Congress next January eluded from the line of royal as Stevenson pointed out, were In the White House the Locke and the sanctity 0 f Krock In the same column to
:phase of his election an elected every whether he is elected or succession.: involved economically and socially Properly; and the inequality which he admitted his belief
campaign In tilt conviction two yean' and we normally not but It Is quite clear that with "biglbustaess'' policies: many of them" have elm that Johnson Is the "b II.

that lit will defeat Senator more responsive to changing K would be drastically revuvad RECALL that Mr. Wilbur leaders. 'J'Ie11U1'V1ved on advertising defended and even proclaimed But he Is ending up with equipped man for the Presidency .

Goldwater by a substantial political trend. K Senator Goldwater wen Forrest, then of the New Yort provided by their loudly In their editorials Bob Hope and the McCarthy In public life" warns
margin. His own projections Butt 'conaarvattve trend ,elected. The President Is resisting Herald Tribune and I wen oppulent friends In the commercial and country-club locker charges of "Soft on Communism against Johnson's power-hun

an Ian optimistic than the run stronger ta me House strongest what Senator Invited to call by the prince: and social: lives of rooms.' But when they have ," and even with that old *

polls hut he still thinks hi* than a two to caa Democra- Goldwater wants most an increase and his wife. (Wo were In their communities. really come up against the gag, originally applied to Nixon ger.And pjnj
margin win run at M or H to majority would todteate. ta the percentage of defense Cairo as members of at Yet while this is still ,true prospect of practicing In earnest : "Would you buy a used long shadow of Bob

percent and perhaps nor fora The YIn of leaders ta both funds spent on a big American Society of Newspaper mutt, the owners of most of what they preach ta theory car from Lyndon Johnson 7" by Baker wW not dissipate

majority of at least 7 mil up tin ta lilt House sad bomber program. The President Editors Press Mission.]) the big city newspapers have they have abandoned This haa cost Goldw t e r even under the brightest
lights. It has become the ;
lion lie expects that each. a Senate is that even with a speaks of this programa The British were generous' coma out against their downtown him. even the support of his most symbol

sweep would give the Democrat majority a* large as Mr. costing nine billion d 01- hosts. I recall how impressed customers and country This is what makes Gold- natural supporters. You can come of Mr.clean Johnson's about his refusal to

a gain of I to I new Johnson thinks, having hi* lars. Mr. Forrest and I were will club associates who support water rather an appealing fig scoff at the press all you pastFinally

senator and 15 to 40 additional way than may not lit a* atay" our reception. Two -small Goldwater. ure. He has the courage of like but when Adlal Steven there Is working

House members. 'as b, the session of Congress IlL JOHNSON Is evidently young Egyptians, clad In silken his supporters' ClllvIcU: I s son's "OI>>oPlrt1l1epubllc a a against Lyndon Johnson the

Basically, be think that Just adjourned. He thinking leu at this time apricot: colored uniforms, THEY HAVE: DONE: so it But when the chips an down, Press" turns on Goldwater it fundamentally synthetic ....

the polls wont b*. proved might even have a harder of big increases ta spendingif swung open the doors to the Is clear not because they like when they: an asked to repeal Is clear that something important tun of America's present euphoria

wrong as they win in time than President Kennedy. be la elected than of his vine. The blouses of their costumes -,, President Johnson personally the New Deal, to question has happened ta American It Is not only that we
1MI because polling mtth, because hi* method* say projected sew ventures tatonlgn wen hose and held bj nor have accepted: the social security .at home political life. have been administered happy
ode have substantially kn- rougher and then appears to affairs. Re has nib. wide crimson sashes. Theta pills by the federal government

proved and that the day before be some reaction. tag really dramatic ta mind trousers were tight In the jod the farmers the

election these pU \will except that b* wants to make phur style. old folks, the labor unions, defense ;

show a narrower gap between I SOME \'OI'DS'11I1' have some new personal contacts We were escorted to a large Voice'of the contractors, everybody.
him and Senator Goldwater, already decided that Mr. with leaders ta Western Eu .drawing room tastefully fur People All the microbes: appear to be

than they do now. This will Johnson' advantage I* so rope. He Is talking of going to nlahed in a sort of Victorian: Democratic-oriented, and an

be mainly because, he think gnat that they will votedosmie Europe: hut he has developed style. A table whose soccw holding back their poisons i( .

Republicans who have said bold no plan for a meeting with aril of round glass shelve On The Sun's Opinion Page* pending the renewal of their t

hey win not vote for Gold- seem Premier Khrushchev.Tb was successfully reduced ta ,. license In November. Things

water will do so .awan' that than I* neb-a ;Pnsident Is also talking aba to make the table appealin ._.... ... IMH._ .. ... .*.*.. oil,.. to MM v...* .l tie twit ...... LeIIM an hanky dory Fewer people
......*. particularly on tha a greet deal about what the of a snort fit a.. to .%..' ..* ... MM .....'. WriN*. ..... da to wtMM H ......... A Mw *.... an tIDed ta Viet Nam
V THE PRESIDENT Is I of those who do not wanta to do ta Viet Nam. shape ... ...... SOl ..... ... w.w be ....... ee .It m....eI ... ,e.. ,..., ..... be ...5. TIle than on tilt Merritt Parkway.
part Obviously glass tree was laden wit t.. NS_ ... ..eM M ... ... ..... to W.an tb .abed ........ She e.e.... ...... .
anywhere near right be Johnson landslide to bringem be has. no Intention of taking bon' d'OIIIYI'II, battles ol M..e Red China balD been admitted

will be President. of ne United a new waved big" spend new action prior to the election whiskey and brandies. Code perry is a bastes Shim rentals ta rental housing the corporate '- to the United l'fa tie s s.

State with a 70 90 margin ing. unless he Is forced to do Housing an scandalously: profit' vole of the cittern will Khrushchev hasn't recently' ot

to. the Senate and Js> 142 HI present plans do net so, although hi may do something THE PRINCESS and prise: Inaction Hit able. 4t per cent a year pro say we Insist that the product tered an ultimatum against
margin In the House more to demonstrate his were charming and hospital fit i II not eousMl lor slum of the landlords be a West Berlin. The agitators far

than two to GIlt In each house call for a spectacular increase continuing concern with the Her beauty was Slav EDITOR Sun far lords. Not only Is rental property reputable product' ; traffic In revolutionary action en the

of Congress.Hi ., but be it having a problem. The President evidently ic. She could not be called from Catoesvule, at Although this time, a business, hot It bone rotttag homes i* no more tolerated ) domestic: scene an strangely

would moreover be hard time holding to a goal plans no major personnel prettJln the classic sense, but standing Interest ta directly affecttog the than the sale of totteameat silent
president of the United Steles of a second successive $100 change at the top level her face was strong and well the my of substandard the health, safety morals whether the dealer be
attar an election which billion budget Baton he left of government If he Is elect chiseled. Her eyes were good problem then continues. The and morale of sat only the a widow or a big time shun. A CYNICAL manipulator of

conservative ideas had been on his present campaign ed. He speaks of keeping Secretaries and she looked at one steadilyas news bowing that the City Commia- tenants but of the whole city. lord. I wen remember a tele- the world scene?

gives a resounding defeat It swing the President bad not McNamara Rust she talked Forrest and I aka he recently d Why Is thai business sot II- phone CHI I received Chun a Four yean ago Khrushchev:
i N hard to believe mat then ben. able. to shave estimates and Dillon aa long u they win had come to Cairo from indefinitely action oa the CIII8td1I widow who bad a natal bus- told Drew Pearson that be had
division in below fit bfflkB. which In atay. Greece which I suspectedwas
is mob a wide cod was, I am too far distant at this bias, shortly after we organ tatentlonauy laid w )penduif
the realnasoa we wen concerned bed the attain nuussag A> what he would
was discouraging time to mqan at Coy Ball hoped be the
invited. Many questions wen hastatae sedation she *WaHai to me defeat of Richard Nina List
POTOMAC: FEVER and there muchconversation. ettbens. It seems curiooa: that what an aU the
was :
put to us Indeed the talk Gainesville drip It corporate now subject to ficease b the how burdensome the hasmesawas July the leaden of the civil
.JACK WILSON Cowlea Waahlngtosj Bureau the troubles of rend n g rights movements publicly: b
By In volume and feet In joining the nationwide city but I am sun they anmany. >
shortly grew movement to b r II Surely the pharmacistsmust and the dlfficaltie often presented strutted their followers to lay
lite aerie for the Yankee If they dont produce they all adbstdemlaatedbyoh
1 was
a pressure may. housing ta line be licensed; they are by tennis. After I bad low pending the successful:
b* fold to mutual Randolph returned to Cairo with America's accomplishBMto : aot allowed to serve the listened quite a while I suggested conclusion of the campaign. A
who Just ta .an other facets of health weeds of the public Irresponsibly. that she might be ta decudoa ta Viet Nam b intro
Bam orders visit to the resistanco
b that got from
about'that tint Yogi from thefret a
OM tare
theory .. which
10th Barbers, and I the wrong te busily; anrencluded I1&
at ... foI'ctIlI Yugoslavia and century progress.b
"Don't the 11&4. :
office get sponsors .
had come to calL Florida. ** wens* the IIeIIne eves da cIM toaebenare she coaU engage ta. De we the arrival and iuaesoWpe M.
after lto. sd. ....., every realty WIne that profits an (otiatioa of the affair of No.
Lady Bird just about broke even with the voter of South Carolina. Sea Now and mss aeries the ether state, city city vemher X
of the
Btrom Thurmond' didn't ahow up to great bet but neither did Bobby Baker. yean since IMt I had .. ha made he decision to dean retailer.he fcanil Why the eoiy part boosingenterprise hegaardad
flme and ejMfewntag ......? that an
.... ed what bad happened .a me fjafctatthy act ? The General Assembly of
',* feature *, Lady ...> train trh waa that ckltren hs the crowd gotwkbtlaa. prince.... praxes*. New I ta tear alum areas.If *T sattkftia atesnee that the United Nations obliging

Then tf another comes up auki. premises ...vote for, Lyadoa theyH take', learn mat they wen expelled Gainetvffla ceanot resolve .ail la renewed every year, Tato to written by sue tottasatety agrees sot to convene to disc

.......'* whistle away. from wile and have been. living .. to attack the ahemeful bustBMS for every reatol' property and. acquainted with cue the quatioa of the ad-
.to Nepal The princess was of commerce ta the civic by tasisttac OB comas standarta nsachef the eatxtaadardhaostogef mission at Red Chins ntiL, er.

Raw York mother are learning new way*. 'Once all you needed to get the sot. tavttod to the weddtag el poboa that sums andaahtsdb ta order to be Bcsastj CeJnesvffl. andlacldeataQr -tlme..ia December w
Caaataettoe afc 0.. an by pnosedtog aleagpath tvbstrdstd ...... .501 be
and of butter Now .
yoong through cbool wa a dictionary plenty peanut the King evreafly a b a d- January. The labor unioa
taa princess, salon Priece Peterla veil tried .ta lliisjimliof dealt with tarty ejakUy.The
nab thing i II a writ habeu corpo lord leaden : for .
making trouble. Apparently connButJttes ta the esaa- see MIll be ...... and mere.MRS. except shew
--- still has her am- would ttke to stun p.y 1sr teivpadloas.By NATHAN C nARK sinks such u the one again*
1wfa Pandas. are .....f! They claim three AsMrieua took pictures ., princes aerttut jrepsee
hMiu.a a ..... JI' rtqulrtag. a flea.! .. to eW Maribora, ... H. GY. hold hack.
.... ...., egal( M.1 and than they pals..b tte phtaren to 'r was III jpea .


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.Calendar Of EventsI IJJOfflEfl 0 f finD THE f fAITIILY Y!I I Reception ,! Paris Visitor Here f ..

I October 12 Board Meeting, 7.30 p. m., I A "bus man's holiday" Is and home via Icelandic .
I Ahchua County Democratic Mrs. Howard V. Weems Jr., :1 the way Armelle de Crepy, 19-I I' lines .
I Workers and Precinct Work. 2100 NE 8th Terrace. Ruth Wormer. Women's Editor == : .: Honors year old Pansiemte Is seeing *

r i ers I p,m., headquarters, 120 Gainesville Bridge Club America. Armelle li an avid AI.//
,: SW First StreeLUniversity 7.30: p. m., Recreation Center Traveling via Greyhound, bug and has both a
of Florida Arch I Yorks Entertain At ReceptionDr. Couple stopping with friends of and still camera to record
I Jtecture and Fine Arta Faculty TUESDAY, October. a friends who are her hosts Journey from coast to -.
Wives, 8p.m., University and checking each and ev- Impresses her fa
< Women's Clubhouse West Past Matron's Club, Chapter and Mrs. E. T. York Jr. arrangement of yellow I'DI' a.crolalaria .+Edds, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lot Mr. and Mrs. John A. Frost cry museum she can in the What? ......

NewberryRoad. 44 OES I p.. m.,,, Mrs. C. entertained faculty. staff and! and Sago palm.I(tin Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Dennis celebrated their gulden wedding exciting week-byweek vacation SUper markets. Electrta
/ J. J. Flnley P.T. A. 7:30: Wesley Larsen 1404 NW 10th students of the Institute of Food,Smaller duplicate arrangements,son. Mr. and Mrs.. George anniversary Tuesday with a re I for Armelle secretary-re dishwashers and garbage dis
p. m., Auditorium, Carrol Fo- Avenuo. and Agricultural Sciences of the flanked either side. Corners of,Freeman, Or. and Mrs. E. S. 'ception for friends and relatives searcher at the Museum! de posals. Hamburgers end hoi
:gle will discuss Modem Math. Woman's Auxiliary to the University of Florida with a the tablecover were caught and'Horner Dr. and Mrs. E. T. at their home. Homme. dogs ("Never eat with bread]
Little Women, 4 p. m.. Gen- Alachua County Medical Society reception yesterday after n o o a pinned with yellow roses. (Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. in France.") Watermelon, pineapple
In Farm she works
I.;eneralMeetlaGalnesvlllWoman's 9:30 a. m., .Guaranty at the Student Service Center. I The coffee table was centered ,Sharpe Dr. and Mrs. Leon The Frosts were mauled fifty In the corn and frown. foods,
Club.University Federal Savings and Loan. Receiving guests with Dr. with yellow roses and green ,Mull Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pet years ago at the First Bap I museum with anthropologist "I like .'
Woman's Club Community Room. and Mrs. York were Dr. and grapes arranged hi a silver tis, Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Horten- list Church Adams N. Y. Dr. Robert Gamin, authority very mucH break
; Eskimo So thee fast here Everyday ;.
Mrs. M. on artifacts. a t m \
0. Watkins bowl.
stine Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Breakfast, Girl Scout WECO
Bridge, Out of town "
Nelihbo..1 guests here for th Florida State M u a e u m has thing different
and Mrs. Assistant Hosts
Joseph R. Becken Brown Mr. and Mrs.
la. Harry
m., hood
Inn. Meeting
I Holiday :
: celebration Included been
their I of her
bud, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin A. ,Assisting with hospitalities/ 1 Wise Dr. C. 11'. Simpson Dr. one main Inter.eats I
e Kappa Alpha Theta, Alum- Girl Scout House, liD NW It th daughters, Mrs. Hallidav Clarke here
Jnae, I Mrs. Street Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. J. were Dr. and Mrs. Joe N. Bus Phares Decker and Mr. and ,
p. m., David i 01 Scarsdale N. Y., Mrs. Dwight
Stoker 12.15 L. Gray. by Dr. and Mrs. George T. Mrs. Clifford Al tlln. Dr and Mil. Robert Bolles, i II
J. 2623 SW 4th Place. Altrusa Club, : p. m., Baker of Milwaukee \\'is.\ and
American Association 'of Holiday Inn.Gainesville. Dr.: and Mrs. A. T. Wallace Mrs. Milton Van der Brook of] Armolle's hosts while she Is I ifl< .. .
Fin" Arts Association Dr. and Mrs. George K. Davis In Gainesville, have I lit ro- _
University Women Executive Kalamazoo, Mich. Their ,..
Fun' Painters, 1:30: Dr. and Mrs. William T.' Man- DAR ChapterTo doted her h> Florida living -
I I John A. frost Jr. of Gainesville, I
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawrence .
this week.Arnrelle
past .
a. m., Cramer Swords downtown was also present. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perry .
BridgeClub Merrysteppers studio. Square Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Krei- Meet Fall appointments were usedand planned her trip J j Ik I I

Dance Club, Covered Dish dorn assisted In greeting guests. Wednesday Mrs. John A. Frost Jr. with the help of friends hi I II W*. C Ml tr l :
Supper. .:e p.m., Dancing I Mrs. V. F. Nettles, Mrs., Forrest poured I Paris and the United States. I II !

pm.. Recreation Center. tert, Myers Mrs. E., Mrs.W. McElwee Louis G., Mrs.L. Kui-. Gainesville Chapter DAR will |lion in the magazine. Historical The Frost were residents of I Upon arrival.the she proceededto I. WE LIKECORDUROY f
buy $49 bin ticket allowing
Alpha XI Delta Alumnae 8 A. Hetrick. Mrs. J. B. Gahan. begin its forty-second year of data published in this magazine Bronxvllle, N. Y., before retirIng her travel
p. m., Mrs. Robert B. My. Mrs. Lewis R. Arrington. Mrs. local work and the 75th nationally is not available In any other to their home In Game throughout !
ors 2901 SW 4th Court. Tony J. Cunha Mrs. William Wednesday' 3 p. m. at ville. Mr. Frost was general the her heart United desires.Slates wherever :
NotesBy Kappa Kappa Gamma Wendenhall. Mrs. John W. Sites the Guaranty Federal Building source.October Schedule sales manager for National Paper -
1. Club, 12:15 p. m., Gainesville Mrs. Hervey Sharp, Mrs. and Loan Association Building, Several meetings of D A R Products Division of the With only a bit of readingand TOO- .,
Golf and Country Club, Found- George D. Thornton Mrs. F. S. 220 North Main Street, with groups occur in October. Crown Zellerback Onp, Nw writing knowledge of I
JOHN E. CRAPS ers' Day Luncheon. Jamison, Mrs. Kenneth S. Mo- Representative George B. Stall The Freedoms Foundation York City. F.nglish. the young traveler I Corduroy I li an aid end pep d
The team consisting of Mrs.F. League of Women Voters, Mullen Miss Alma Warren, ing Jr., as guest speaker. Congressional Medal of Honor began her Journey. By now ul,.r libra and useful for any M
J. Hoffer Irving M. Holz- I p. m., Mrs. J. A. Humph Mrs. Howard H. W 1 ilk I o w ske. Miss Mary Gresham, regent.' dinner was held at the Waldorf- Mrs. Clayton A. Ss)ers of her English la more than IUf.1 purpo.-. lousily the morerugged ""
man, Mrs. H. R. Warfel, and ries, 3459 NW 12th Avenue, Urs. Jasper Joiner, and Mrs. will be assisted by nine elected Astoria in New York October 1.. Gainesville, a abler of MM. ficient although/ she sees,
Mrs. R. M. Walbeck tied with Unit Meeting. Max E. Tyler poured at the officers: two appointive and 16' The Board of Management of Frost entertained members of ",mall questions" -.
the team of Mrs. L E. Grint- I Chapter CQ of PEO, I p. m., coffee and punch service. committees to carry out the ed the National DAR will meet the I the family at a dessert party She has been from Boston to know Wh.f, however".nw, l Is people Mat corduroy don't .."'
er, Mrs. H. U Gray Mrs. J. I, Mrs. Ancil N. Payne, 17 NW Mrs. Jack Greenman. Mrs. ucational historical and patriotic middle of the month. M ra .i land Mr. and Mrs. John A. Frost Seattle: California and Florida I "li really nothing' more than .
A. Jones, Jr. and the writer 7th Terrace. Drayton Kinard, Mrs. Shaw E. program this year. George E. Evans, State entertained the family at a and will go to Washington I cotton That. ribbed and piled ? !
for first place In the annual Anna Miller Circle I p. m.. Grigsby and Mrs. Harry Wise The program committee will will attend this meeting On Oil'dinner. Monthly. Then to New York effect, It the. rttult, of a tpeclalweaving .- i

club championship for open Elks Lodge. designed the flower a r r ange- be directed by Mrs. Arthur M. tober 23. District Three will proctit I
teams, which was conductedon XI Phi Chapter of Beta Sigma meets for the reception. McNeely, Mrs. Albert Vidal and 'meet at Leesburg In the Venetian Whit doc thet means Thai" -.
Wednesday evening by the Phi. 8 p.m. Mrs. Reid Decor Features YellowIn Mrs. Freeman H. Hart. These Gardens. t h I
Mrs. Joseph W. FRIEZE LOCKER cotton hi Nt ...
Gainesville Bridge Club at the Poole 3708 SW 6th Place. the foyer at the foot of the programs will be combined with Hannon is the director of this 'i.be:tike ;. It It .. I
Holiday Inn. Both teams won WEDNESDAY, October 14 winding staircase of the Center the work of other chapters in meeting. RENTALS more tuKtplible' to deep litOrelnlngj -
14 of 24 boards. &all brass candlestick 1 of nil then would be
from the United States and, with work
Gainesville Bridge Club Mrs. Henry T. Stanley la the COM with, wool. And In order ......
In third place with 13* 7:30 p. m., Holiday Inn. Bangkok set in a background done by the national society ,chairman of the hostess committee Q BEEF FOR HOME to ln um thorough and
boards won was the team of University Women's Club, of Sago palm and pyrocantha are reported to the Smithsonian for October. She complete cleenlno It h.. M be ....
Mrs. Daniel Scarritt Dr. E. International Relations Group was used In decoration.In Institute where details are will be assisted FREEZERSFINANCING given that enlro bit of WM right
by Mrs.
A. Hen. kind of
C. Kirkland, Rufus Heath, Jr. Luncheon, 1 p. m., UF Faculty a niche in the ballroom compiled at DAR expense and derson, Mrs. John A. Wethlnton I handling. I
and P. D. Goldhagen, Mrs. W. two large Italian glass containers sent to the U. S. Congress for ,-
Club, Dr. Teruso
t D. Macdonald Van A. held variegated foliage review and printing as a Senate Jr., Mrs Freeman H. Hart, i That w. will, do. Your corduroy .......
May, lab and Dr. AtIo Tom l Koo-I green Mrs. F. L. Mrs. I I jFR 25351 will,' come out clean, fluffy I
I Dr. E. E. Phillips and Dr. L guest speakers.League and marigolds. Simulated document of record. Thus, all Chestnut Miller Mrs. Edna AVAILABLE'NO soft and reedy to weg ....
T. Gilson took Hovers made of Julian Me- <'m, when
fourth place of Women Voters magnolialeaves Information is acquired by the you .
Cranie. Mrs. C. R.
among the nine teams ram:: 9:30 a m., Mrs. Harry Board- painted yellow and fold, Government through the DARat Walters, i
used Mrs. Elmer D. Hinckley, and CALL OR PING/ THIM TO ...
12 boards. man, 162S SW 6th Terrace wen to accentuate the no expense to the govern Mrs. "
Marguerite S.
The club will conduct a special Unit MeeUn,. foliage. ment.. BateyA d i S fr S CLEANERS -:
charity game tomorrow Chapter AF PEO, Mrs. The punch table overlaid) I The DAR Schools committee reception will follow Mr. McCALLUM WHOLESALE -'
evening with all proceeds to Lebo and Mrs. A. Danne, 1605 with a yellow cloth and netting Mrs. T. H. Fay, Mrs. James C. :Stallings' talk. Mrs. W. A DeNver er Cash end Carry: ..
be donated to the United Fund NW 7th Avenue. was centered with a pedestal Stakely, Mrs. A. L. Johnson! tie, treasurer will Ut"1 I 504 N.W. 8th A... 501 $W lid It. '171-4184

of Greater Gainesville. The University City Bridge Club, ,Mrs. Ancil Payne, and M tI 1 the yearbooks. I -
7.30: p. m., University of Florida Charles Freeman, has been at
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By RALPH a BLODGETT Faculty Club, West New- work collecting clothing for the I MAYTAG THE MOST SERVICE-FREE AUTOMATIC MADE MAYTAG. THI MOST :. .
The fractional master point berry Road. Kate Duncan Smith School at t E -
master point awards will be Arta and Crafts Group, University IIGATUESD Grant, Ala. where dedication I '
scaled u In a sectional tour Women's dub 9:30 day will be celebrated this a
nament. It Is hoped that these 'm., Craft Shop Florida .month. Clothing will be sent also tl. t I Ii
r.:. two inducements will attract Union. to the DAR School at Yamas- 1M J
; a large attendance. Education and Physical Ed- lee S.. C. where Founders' AjJlIpai'7il
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I Bridge Club attracted duplicate ucation Dames, I p. m., Mrs. Day Is to be celebrated October 1
I players to the University Kimball Wiles, 2221 NW 3rd shower complimenting 17-11. MAD

Faculty Club Wednesdaygame Mrs.: Glenn Roberts Mrs. R. S. Mullm chairmanof
of the University City I the Flag of the United States
evening. The average score Place.Church Marks; formerly Miss of America committee will be I .
was M for North South and Marcia Capo, I p.m., Mrs. assisted by Mrs. Edna Earl MARATHONCLEANVPWEEK
SVi for East West John F. Hill and Mrs. Ira J. Miller. Mrs. A. L. Mlddleton.'

Towing the writer, Harry C. Carter at the letter's home, Mrs. C. R. Walters, and Miss
Boardman staggered over the CirclesTODAY MS NW 4th Place.Miscellaneous Carol Meyer. Days to display 1M
finish line In first place amongthe the flag In October are: Today.
North South players with shower for Columbus Day: October 23 g
a acore of 111 match points. D- October U Miss Judith Beasley, bride- United States Day, and October !
R. Frazier and S. L. Will- First Presbyterian Church elect of Grover Ford of Jacksonville V, Navy Day. I ,
ama were second with 108, Mrs. Walter R. Lee MafasfaMMeelk
r: Mr. and Mrs. R H. Browne Mrs.Student Robert Wives'L.Circle Hammer, 8 p.m., 112, Jr. and Mrs. Carl Saltzmanat October Is D A R Magazine j Lost week wo completed the most luccouf Mo,.., solo, In our history Wo hers 11 I ".
' were third with 8lh, and Robert the former's home 321 month. Mrs. Marcus Milsm Is
;1( W. Jones and Dr. Roy I.I NW 20th Street Southwest Fortieth Terrace. chairman of this committee M.,.., woihers ond dryers left that wo will toll ot the low, low morothon prlcei. These =

; Johnson were fourth with 12"ir. TUESDAY, October 13 which Includes Mrs. F. W. Cole
Mrs. Robert W. Jones and Women of the First Presbyterian WEDNESDAY October 14 Mrs. J. E. Concrly. and Mrs.J. I t will bo told on a first come first served ...1.. i ,,,

D. R. Frazier led all the Church Sandwich Linen shower honoring Miss E. Cullen. The goal of this
East West pairs with a score Luncheon. Fellowship Hall.First Mary Dressier fiancee of Dr. committee Is to have each member W -
I of 1M match points. Second I Lutheran Ladles John McKenzie, Mrs. Harold a subscriber, place several rijW -
went to A. B. Wermuth and Guild, Sarah Circle, 1 p.m.. Bachman and (her daughter, subscriptions in the schools and, wINO
C. D. Predny with 91, and Mrs. E. G. Yost, 4026 SW Mrs. Louis Chased of Ocala the libraries send gift subcrlp- 1 1 I
third to Mr. and Mrs. Dan 21st Avenue.WEDNESDAY. at the Bachman home, 1241 Ions to friends, and stress the > : PAYMENTS UNTIL DEC 1 1964 : GIANT I

; Roberts with Joe HaD and October 14 SW Ninth Road. value of the historical Informa-: W HJ "

' D. W. Debord tied with Mrs. First \ Church DURING THIS SILK __ A .

Smith. Barker Kirkpatrick for fourth and Mrs.V. and. Student Presbyterian Wives' CIrcle I:. I Only At t I Yo. Cell Own. New Maytog $ .94 Pli I I ..
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The club will meet again 272-15 Schult Village. /irA I You Con Own N.w Meytog "I I KAUIIiI I :

Wednesday 1:. p.m. at the THURSDAY Urteber U THE CAVEMAN USED STONE I Automatic Weiher For Only .. $226
IT Faculty Club m West SL Theresa's Circle of St. I I OI.d .
Newberry Road. All Interested Patrick's Women's Club, 8 The ancients dTlcantd their record on stoner, .. You Con Own o New Maytog *.AM-- wi K
bridge players are invited to ,.m.,1In. Bruna LaBelle, 418 tabUti and awe walUf I W....., cnel Dryer For Only .,.. Oil Mertoff ThisMeytof Wrtofer Maestfeee WoefcoM :I :-
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.. October 12. 1964 Gainesville. ; Sail \

News of Special Interest'To [Dance-Driggers Nuptials ReadLAKE Easter-Crews \ t I

BUTLERIn the ALACHUA Mr and Mrs. of Mr and Mrs James Crew

the Colored CommunityBUSINESS presence of relative and iRr-: Jim Easter of Alachua an- of Lake Butler. I
member ot the family the nounce the engagement and All friends and relatives are

MEETING I pastor; Mrs. Esther W, Hamm, worship, 7 pm Rev. D. E. wedding of Miss Shirley Ruth approaching marriage of their Invited to attend the weddingand

,The Undenominational Choirs'' reporter.Mt. White pastor Driggers, daughter of Mr and r ,r + daughter, !Miss Margie Ann reception
Union will bold its bu sine a.I Olive Primitive Baptist- Pilgrim Rest Church of Christin Mrj Robert Aaron Drlggcn Crews attended
Easter to Edwin ion Miss Easter Santa
\meeting at the Johnson Chapel Sunday School, I:301.m ,;morning Unity Sunday School. 10 and Clifford Ferns Dance Jr.; 1 1t

'"h Baptist Church on,Wednesday .worship,.11 ajn; and evening -.m.t' and afternoon ,worship, no of Dr.,'and ...... Clifford Fe High School.
EM. 34. at I p.m. worship, I.,p.m. Rev H. 13: p.m. Elder Rufus Armstrong Ferns I Couple Sets Mr, Crews was graduated
Kbuey pastor. .' } pastor Mn Mary Hall Dance took place October .' from Union County High
-LRean NEWS Spring Hill 'Baptist Sunday reporter. \ U / 3'at the' homa'of the 1 October 24 School and Is employed by
To Conduct Services I I School, 10 a.m.; morning worship Greater Liberty Hut Morn bride's parents. In Lake Butler -, Saturday;October M.:is the Sausage
Then will be services at the' 11 aim and evening worship ing worship, 11 a.m.and afternoon .T' date chosen by Miss Mary Copeland, Company.
St. Paul! Baptist Church,GIll C::3JI, p. m.+ Rev. T. D worship, 3 p.m.The church '* jL"e Dressier and het fiance Dr. The wedding will be an
Tuesday Oct. U a( I p JB. here. Davis past i;0 Mrg.' Catherine Is located on the.extension of Dr Dance, father& of\ the John Mc enile, for their wedding event of October 23 hi the

The principal speaker on the UcGill reporter 4, '. 0 > UU Avenue. Rev, Damon Del bridegroom, officiated,for the ., "i High Springs Church of God

OCASIQN WILL BK Ref. J, tt Friendship Baptist y- Sunday pastor: Gladys Boston,reporter double:,ring -cerelnOl y.. Mrs. The ceremony will be sohemnired at 7 p. m. '
Phillips., pastor ot churches at School, 9:30 s m.; mbralng i '. The public is Invited to'attend t at 3 pjfc,at the chapel
both Wifflston and'Waldo worship, 11 a.m.; and evening, these services Mildred Rivenprov1de wedding of the First Methodist
The public .is invited. music. Church with only close friends I

and members of the families I II

WOMEN'S:The Women's DAY Day SUCCESSFUL observanceat iutuarie !,I before The vows an Improvised were exchanged altar J yR. 4a I: In After attendance.the nuptials, a reception I II ;-;;. : ,

the Mt. Carmel Baptist arranged in the living room I will be held at the ..LfA ..

Church was successful last Sunday before the fireplace, which }tVl., y jlrl5II Dressier home, 1902 NW I: a: c.ca.rlrqIv .
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Eleventh Road.Theto' .
MRS. ADA TIMMONS the Church of Christ. was banked with greenery
Mrs. L. V. Randall, of Jack
Mrs. Ada Timmons 62, of
Survivors include Floor standards with white
sonvllle, employed by the Board one daughter Wm C. UN Smith ::
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Hawthorne died '
\ Sunday morning -, AUameie'Duncan (HighSprlngi.'one taper Men placed at tach : Alumnae
r of Public Instruction D u val at home after ft lingering\ II- : r ; '
County,was the principal speaker Illness .... fe '.** _- sister, Mrs.;Lilly .., ', Centering the mantel Discuss 'House I WE LIKECORDUROY

at the morning worship at She was a native of Orange Bell Curtis, two brothers, S. W. was an arrangement of flowers !a :.

*11 am. Springs, Fla., and came Curtis Grady Curtis all of St. and tapers Kappa Alpha Theta Alumnae I
:Mrs. Gladys Alexander also to Hawthorne 59 years ago She Petersburg 2 great grandchilren A *, S. Club will meet Monday : ,
employed by the Board of Public I other relatives and :Sitter Is AttendaMThe .. +
was a member of the Gallilee 4 : at I p.m. with Mrs David
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Instruction, Alachua County Baptist Church. friends. brides only attendant, a pew.> Stryker, 2623 SW 4th Place, as TOO- -
t.was the principal speaker at five I hosteu I
I Survivors Include daugh- maid of honor was her sister
'the evening worship ters Mn Leatha Jenkins, Mrs. ALPfflNE ALEXANDER Plans fur the '
Miss Sara Sue Drlggen new chapter i Corduroy lion old and popular ,_n
Rutha Davis Miss Ella Tim Mrs. Alphine Alexander 14, house to be constructed on I ttbric and uMful for any
AILING AT HOME mons, Mrs. Rena Tim I m 0 n a, Rt. <4< Box 64, Gainesville died She wore a yellow chiffon the University I of Florida purpose uHUlly the mart --
The following persons are Mrs. Nervle Williams, other Sunday at her home following a frock and her flowers weremolature ....gyn., ** .**- campus will be discussed I ruggtd ami.

ailing at their homes: Tom Knowles.Ma- relatives and friends I lingering illness She was a yellow carnattona.HIT Mrs. CUMerd. Fern Dame Jr New Theta alumnae. In"the .. Ii

thals and Mrs. Estella member of the East New Port yellow satin tiara held a grandmother of Ithe' bridewore (4 home In Gainesville ,Both area are invited to r attend What, how m.,,.ny", it people hit corduroy don'sknow .-. f:

G'VTLLE COED A REPORTER FLOYD CURTIS Baptist Church cpcularved: of Wusion.'i a blue lace dresswiUr I Further Information,cu be It Wally nothing mora than u M
.The Gibbsonlan, Gibbs Junior Floyd Curtis, M, P.O. Box I Survivors include Rev. W. M. t, f -.. I r .f"Charles matching accessories jBoth :I;are students at the University obtained by ,contacting.,Mrs, cotton That ribbed ml piled .._,
College's prize winning stu- 401, High Springs, died Wednes- Alexander, husband, Walter L. i' iarrleon served as had purple orchid corsages. of Florida. H. T. Martin.'m" ttftct. ll Ihi result. of lOKllI'

dent newspaper will have two day Oct. 7, at home following Alexander Willie Jasper Mn I best man for the bridegroom Reception FellowsA I waving PIOCHI.Whtt ,
Annie Mae Lattlemore, Robert
veterans heading its editorial, a- lIngerlnllInes. I reception followed the nuptial darn lh"t nun? Thai .......,
of Archer R. Alexander, all of Gainesville; "
!board this year. I He was .a native Wears Hetrleesi ell p ceremony. The bride's table FREEZER OCKER corduroy, blnq cotton, has la
The which received .: and came'to High Springs 46 one sister, Mn Louise Aut- The bride, given In mar laid with an embroidered be Hated Ilk* cotton It l 1. .j
newspaper years ago.'He was aT: retired man of Alachua grandchildren, by her ware i IE" AL t1< f mart luKtptiblt to dmp Marilnlng -
rlage father
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honors last year from Columbia other relatives cloth was centered with I 'f. ,l of Mil show would beth
fireman for Atlantic Coast Line great-grandchildren dreu'ot : .,
street length .
University of Florida Florida : aa arrangement 'of wedding COM with wool And In or.dee -
Railroad Cb. and a member of and friends brocade satin with a full overskirt ndcompkta
A&M University, and Sa- flowers In a tall cherub compote BEEF FOR HOME to Insure thorough
vannah State College, will haveas Her fingertip length veil The wedding cake wu i cleaning It hi te b* r'r !
I thot bit ol !IM right .
its editor Army veteran Cal of sheer bridal illusion wu placed at one end of the table FREEZERS.FR I kind given of handling ?
vin Harris, a aophomon socialscience HawortkM&cerV caught to a coronet of lily of and wedding punch was

major from dearwatar the valley and a heirloom served from the other, I There *..I will do.'our corduroy "
News editor win be St Peter. : .'W.*, r# Belgian lace baby cap, which ,Miss Jay Dance,sister of the I I I 2-5351 f FIAVAILAe will come out clan Huffy .-
burg Army veteran Joseph Mil* < > had been used by the bride bridegroom kept the brldus E toft., end ready to ".. _
Icr also sophomore Journalism :VbvVs Are Read mother at her marriage Her book and Mrs Clayborn Dria- tgiln, whtn you

student I \ only jewelry wu a single gers, aunt of the bride, welcomed CALL OM MING' THEM TO ..
1 Orlando freshman To m m 1 I. strand of miniature pearls a the guests Those serving

Stephens U sports editor Lar- Sandra Mrs. W. C Cbener .erv.d' ,gift,of the bridegroom. She were Mrs W. A McGIII S fr S CLEANERS ...
jiette Dunlap ot Tampa haskeen .WILUSTON Miss carried a Bible and white orchids and Mrs. Page McGIII, aunts McCALLUM WHOLESALE .M
\ named exchange'editor, Lee Mercer daughter Mr.' wedding poucake and MB Earl .. of the bride.Following Dell.... w Cob: end Off .
and Mrs. Lee a Mercerof MikeO .punch-: Mn. 504 N.W. 8th Ave '
*and reporters are: Delia a short wedding SOIIWMIf, fl It. 171-4114 :
Lamar Sullivan'and ... Bill bride
Wllllstonan4AIRmaa2C The mother wore a
Mar I 011 trip, the couple has established I .
Moore, Gainesville; .. .
West Palm Beach, Cheater F. Haworth Jr, Gills kept tMr bride's book beige tripe afternoon dress -- -- ---- .-
taverae Pressley,Douglas. Ga., son'of Mrs. Leo Haworth, and After a wedding trip to,are T nnissis embroidered with sequin : MAYTAG. THE MOST SERVICE-FHEE AUTOMATIC MADE I MAYTAC, THE MOST
Patrica Twiggs,Tampa Dr. C. F. Haworth Sr,' both ,.hi newrywadi leaves Mrs. C. H. Driggers.
and makinf their lams tit the
of Sarasota,.were married recently
loncK at the Methodist Maxwell Air let.e'......, (f J ,I II
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J The Wesleyan Service-Guild ofVt Church. -;t.. .-*..:.. *..+ .. "" #' )iii : Linen, Shower ..
Pleasant Methodist Church Rev. Alfred W..EusUs performed : \ I .f ,-HSji'\
t ifcl sponsor a season tea aaMay the double ring ceremony Church-State: t ComplihnentsBrideto i ; II

\ 0 Oct. It, at p.m. In the before aD altar adorned > I ; .. : !
I alg room of the church.Taring with white gladioli, BWTcbry.lanthanums :>acts ,Likely,, -.be 1 MAD "' ...

the tea there will besteal music present* :. 8t1D IWI' ItIIIIprJ (AP)L ',
program, sponsored Nuptial was Iw recant accord betweei the ,Miss Judith Basally; bride-
AS youths of the church. td br Mrs. Jesse Harvey organist Vatican and the_ Hungarian elect of Grover Ford of Jacksonville I i ir
and W. J. Stark, via
:Aore is no admission pricetlesUe Communist government has I was honored recently Y :MARATHONCLEANUPWEEK .
Cosby, president l llnist. -, opened the way for, at a linen shower given
:LJ V* thy Blgan, vlce-pres- Father Escorts Bride ; church -"star. .lmllarl ",".'lInW. H, Hart1 and Jt U 5 '

Given m marriage lily bar other Soviet bloc countries, Mrs. Leonard Colaon'the ... A <
the bride won a gown
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PROGRAM ot white sift organza '* *' .
PaHbearen' Lodge'chor- tag Alencon lace adorning" Taab I Mrs. C W. Beasley a aotI- ; ..' !
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the Vatican
1 p win lender a program skirt and train. Her veil of Dkisslon I and Hungary's Red er of tot bride*!**,' ,sad : 30 ..
t iii Johnson Chapel Baptist feU from a rosette of I unsolved regime on also her grandmother: Ifa f J5 '

on behalf of WomensOcLUittpm. sIlk organza.of white She carried carnationsand abouquet I'' yet be taken up problems next spring probablywill the' larche D. B. Beasley Mrs. Mta; Mrs Dyal, Junes MrsKills Last week wa completed the matt succisatil Mdytag sole In our history. Wa have 11 ..

rI I 'ay yellow roses. spokesman said Thornton, Mrs. R. 'J. i :'Maytag withers. and dryers loft that wa will Mil at tha low, low marathon prlcaa. ThoM 5
,Mrs. Edd Leimer slater of : Williams Jr., Mrs 0 L. Beasley ...
,. .1W Pallbearers Lodge NoU the bride was matron of hon HousekeepersTo Mrs. James Klncald, t111i/1' ba. said an, a first coma first served boil. e
bold Its meeting at the, or, She wore a turquoisegewa Convene Mrs. Arthur Stevens, Iln ," '.
ejaw meeting place on ,Oct.i matching acces- : Mark Moody, Mrs John '" -
series and of yellow Central Florida Chapter Executive Christensen Mrs. L. w. : I IWI
4 fayi "m. I Ij corsage I a :: : WN'I
j fassessments are to be chrysanthemums Housekeepers rill Strickland, Mrs George $1
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| the meeting Jon Field of Sarasota was meet on Tuesday' at 7:. Price Mrs. C. C. Clayton i
i best man. Ushers were Edd pm, at the Holidajr Inn. All Jr., Mrs. C. A. Locke Jr..
r ANNOUNCEMENTS Leitner of Micanopy. and Bin local executive housekeepers. Mn Wayne Strickland, Miss > NO PAYMENTS UNTIL DEC. l,1964GIANT: Ig .
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Monday October 12. 1964 GatnesvlU Sun 7

Goldwater Win in Florida For Press MissingAF Hunt Barry Gets Some Back !

Would Bolster State GOPBy OfficerCARACAS After a long period By of LOW campaigning HARRIS without any substantial

I change in the public-opinton standings, Sen. Barry Goldwatcr as THE

Venezuela (AP) of early October has cut President Lyndon Johnson's lead 1 It

publican.The casing more voter attention on A force of 3,000 police and National is now U to 34 6, with t% still undecided. HARRIS )

ALIEN MORRIS I problem of organizing t I the Democratic vs. Republics Guardsmen pressed the Despite this latest gain of two points for the Arizona srnatoi, SURVEY ;

TALLAHASSEE This could political\ party at the county and campaigners for the govern search: today for the deputy; Mr. Johnson's lead in the popular vote with three weeks togo
chief of the U1 Air Force
be a make-break year for the state level Is that of finding ship and cabinet offices. to Venezuela who was kid- still Is of a magnitude equaled in modem times only by;; IOn

Republican Florida. There i 11 good to believe Franklin D. Roosevelt in IN*.
of reason
i party I men and women of sufflcleni naped by Communist terrorists the same question, these were the responses most favorable f
That's what strategists In boll substance to command the confidence more people will vote s II A caller Identifying himself alI Here are the key findings from a survey of 12.000 voters In I i I to the President: I

parties art saying. Here's ho of voters who are willing those offices move to the front leader of the outlawed pro nation-wide cross-section of the American electorate: KEY JOHNSON ISSUES

they reason: I to seek public office Those of the future ballots. (There Is Castrolte Armed Forces of National -Senator Coldwater la beginning to bring defecting Republicans JOHNSON GOLDWATCR

If Barry Goldwater wins bit are the sort of people that an a remarkable fall-off: 12 ,M Liberation (PALM) said back to the fold. He has gained S percentage points m two Per Cent Per Cent

In Florida, the Infusion of Goldwater D e m o- fewer people voted for Cover the terrorists would try Lt. ColMichael .. weeks among the GOP rank-and-flla and is winning support WOILD DO BETI'EIJOB ON:

GOP in the crats could provide the Republican nor In Florida In 1960 than did Smolen befon a secret especially in the traditionally Republican suburbs and small Getting Congress to act 7S n

state well may Cracker party of Florida. for President about 255,000 fewer tribunal on charges of Interfering towns. Keeping U S. out of war 70 30

come out of the Just a few candidates whose voted for cabinet office in Venezuelan affairs. -For the first time In this campaign, Senator Goldwatcr has Acting In sudden world crisis M 32

campaign with names would be recognized fa- than for president.) Worried officials conceded moved ahead of President Johnson m four Issues. Voters now Keeping peace In world 68 aIn

the people and Politica vorably would enable the GOPto 'This Immediate confrontation they had no clues in the abduction : think he would do a better Job of cutting taxes, reducing addition to the suport he gains on these issues Mr.

the know how field a slate for statewide between Democratic and Republlcan of 45-year-old Chandler, '. waste and spending In government, keeping down the coat ol Johnson Is on his way to firming up to record proportions manyof

to mike It office that the Democratic leadership \ : nominees for the statehouse //Uris, officer from In front of .1 living and ridding the federal government of corruption. the key elements in the traditional Democratic vote:

tough for Democrats could not take lightly. will for example offei his Caracas home Friday mornIng -In the North, polarization along traditional Demou-atic-Re- SOURCES OF JOHNSON STRENGTH

in state and local diet But If Florida swings back to those Democrats still smartinj by five armed terrorists. publican lines Is Intensifying, and Mr. Johnson appears to be JOHNSON VOTE

tions In the years Just ahead. I the Democratic column with from having lost their candl Identifying himself as Com adding to his already lopsided leads among Negro Jewish and EARLY OCTOBER MIDSEPTEMBERPer

The'Col \'ater cause has at- President Johnson, the GOP date in the gubernatorial primaries '- mandante Tullo of the FALN Catholic voters in the big cities.In Cent Per Cent

tracted many Democrats who, may be deprived of potential an opportunity to vote i the caller laid the kidnaping what was once the Democratic South Senator Goldwaterhas Negro voters M 13

should he cat-" the state, may candidates. Those Gold water against the winner again without was In reprisal for a military now moved Into a clear lead In the popular vote. His Jewish voters M) 7S

never return to the political par,Democrats who are politically- having! to do much searchlnj I crackdown: on the FALN guerrillas. strength Is centered In the Deep South rather than In the Catholic voters 70 N

ty of their fathen. In other minded either for personal survival of the ballot border states Big-clty voters 70 W

words, there nay be the same in public office or by rea- The legislative objectors: also A FALN statement labeled Senator Goldwatcr'i biggest gains to date occurred during These are the basic elements providing the President with

kind of general 'political\ re- son of a desire to speak as a argued the itralght-tlcket theory the abduction "Operation VietCong and Just after the Republican convention In July To come with his current long lead The burden clearly Is on Goldwster to

lignment In Florida that some community leader may be Inclined lacked the validity In Florid ." This was a reference to in striking distance in this election, he will need gains from narrow the gap dramatically.The .

commentators predict nationally then to stay with the that it might possess in those the FALN's previous explanation here on nut matching those ha registered in July. ''--

i Democratic party. states where it Is possible to that It was holding Smolen The Goldwater gains among Republicans have been generated Japanese lost 2ships )

Politics being the highly Infectious The Democratic leader h 1 p vote for all of a pirty'a nominees hostage for a condemned Communist partly by a firming up of party loyalties under the pressure of In the Battle for Leyte Gulf

business it Is, quite a sponsored the splitting of the by a single stroke. In Florida terrorist in South Viet full-scale campaigning and partly by the new-found effectiveness The Allies lost all WE GOT

of those Democrats who state campaign away from the the voter must make hit Mam.Smolen's.. of some old.time GOP appeals.

few, with Goldwater can presidential after this year, put choice in each contested race. wife, Marian of People were asked: Tourism long has helped the

Joined up particularly if their ting the governorship and cab- Only time will demonstrate Rockford, HI, issued a statement "If yon had to choose watch .aa nnalac. for Preildeat frugal' economy of Kashmir. SO BIB.

be expected, is successful: inet. Offices up for election in the wisdom of the switch tithe saying! she "clings to the Barry Goldwater or Lyndoa Johasot. do yon feel would do I

Florida campaign what used to be regarded as off-years and much will depend lope that no harm will come tony better Job m cutting federal taxes, etc.?" i
in the future. WEr
to! be active again
the offyears.The upon the kind of opposItion husband. Earlier the Smo- KEY GOLDWATER ISSUES PROPANELP

A big Goldwater victory in thought was that this I the Republicans can offer len family got a call from another GOLDWATER JOHNSON CHARGE SO LITTLE

Florida would encourage other And that, In turn certainly wll self-described\ : FALN Per Cent Per Cent I' p '
would ((1)) enable state candidates Gres nnt tear
Democrats to do as House to escape being drawn info be Influenced by how Barry !ipokesman who said the colonel WOULD DO aEn'EIJOI ON .:::
has .....
Speaker Mallory E. Home the national campaign and Goldwater fares in Florida Ir wa. safe and unhurt Cutting federal taxes U M 1

done already decide party Authorities were flooded byails of a 41 HOTTIR TNANNATUSAI. 8stSaR.
November I Keeping down cost living
(((2)) reduce the risk to state OAI ,uSI
loyalty stops at the state line. candidates from an exceptionally I A GoMwster sweep here could : and tips. Weeding throughhe Keeping corruption out of ..J .

It could cause some Democrat- the GOP calls has hampered search 53 47 Cook fr H Water
popular presidential nominee) be Just the tonic government .dt .... ell liuuroMt 1 AH mctudM
I I. Ic officeholders to do as Representative -of the other Some think Mate party. It might be akin ifforts. Cutting waste and spending W 43 NO DROP CMAKtJI

t f' Torn Slade of Jacksonville Dwight Eisenhower party. pulled other lto Plnellas county In IMS. Thai I None of the latest calls, how Despite these signs that Senator Goldwater Is winning back Low Coat TO JAX AIRPORT

has done already .iver repeated an earlier waning Americans generally are still
\, GOP candidates into office in l ear, the Republicans captured some Republican defectors Phone H eJ1.544O'PICI
? affiliation[ to Re- that Smolen would be shot President Johnson en key foreign policy FR 6.5110
,! switch party Florida in 1952 and 19S6, for ex la I number of county offices and strongly supporting AT MANOR MOTIL
i. LEGAL MOTICSMM .. ample. I lost others by stun margins: ir the South Vietnamese government Issues and on his ability to handle Congress.
( bin tor prlntln N UP carried out the execution -
Pollution J74 will bo opmod rj 1M Although they went along with by three votes In one Instance. "Though destructive, earth.
., OIVlllMI. Room IM ,*rl of Viet Cong terrorist Nguyen
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MoM. unluomtv of PWrWo, OolnMvll the Democratic leadership on This proof that a Republican quakes are essential to life, the
PNriba. M H:. AM liT Octbr. If. could win that it would not b< Van Trol, U.
splitting the elections, a number, Trol was convicted ot trying National Geographic aye.Mountains
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Director. of Purciwlniiiom to mine a bridge outside Saigon
the candidates the Republicans -
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.c ." Ailing _Mahalia Jackson TodayIn Service News

I SEE By i Waging Critical BattleCHICAGO '

I HistoryToday Navy Lieutenant junior grade Ing, he will study

I :Tobias B. Latham, son of Mrs. I ics, mathematics,
(AP) Mahalia, Jackson to remain In bed Indefinitely. Is Monday, Oct. 12, G. C. Rohling of 625 NW 33rd al orientation

i Jackson, who struggled from ., Visiting Is restrictedand Columbus Day, the 286th day of Ave, Is attending Pre-Flight gineering and aerodynam.1

: .the SUN ''poverty' in Louisiana to international no telephone calla to her 1964. There are 80 days left In School at the Naval Air Stationat I Upon

fame as a gospel singer, room are permitted. the year. Pensavola. ,course, he will
j I III now waging the most critical The heart trouble came afteran Today's highlight In.history: f flight training at
week train-
During the eight
/ j GENERAL HOSPITAL Geraldine Melton II I[battle of her career. exhausting year of touring. On this date In 1492 Chrlsto- i
and daughter, no .11') dlwr. Ski... 131 i ..,_',
October I, 11164Bmms Betty Nickell and daughter,!""""PiI. Rorbor, Alochuo potiottlM' ot The onetime washerwoman Is Long a favorite in Europe, she phi r Columbus discovered I Airman First Class Ray V,
C. or 40 0 recuperating slowly from a completed a lengthy and successful
Catherine Mlckens Alice Bra- ""'" Fooploo, 24M Honvmorno America.On Seventh-Day ,Wilkes Jr., son of Mrs. May
n0.d, *."* ..,_. Ikamc..2a serious heart ailment in a Chicago overseas trip in May.,
Mr. ororoTdivi
and SE 11th St. has
Mrs. Thomas M. of
and Wilkes ,
slngton daughter Ira Thomson this date in
dIu'' *""* *llt"lMlt' .* Sill' working hard 1870, the
hospital She's doing been
the too
Cllne, 2890 SE 21st Ave., a boy; Suzanne Elwer and daughter -.pl...i"luuod for Hi 'I've American Confederate military Adventist Hold arrived for duty with a unit of
mired of Sob she knows for too she said
Mr.' and Mrs. J. Heitz- bld C. ,. only way how she many years, the U. S. Air Forces In! EuropeUSAFE
Joseph Sally Mathis and son, Leonard --: McKnloht..... 114 IW nth Au "with cheerfulness. "I'm tired." commander Gen. Robert, E.:
C. ,
man, Alachua Fla. Mr. _,.. Cork W. lop* Wll"Powt. says faith.and ( ) at Wethersfield RAF
a girl; C. Griffin. 111W cMcK .0We ch"r.&. AI. ." Lee, died.;
and Mrs. Freddie Johnson 706 0.rc /. Will,,, .me, Clly..e..dln./' Her normally booming voice Special ProgramThe Station, England.
rend drliM. Ilanw. "I' knew thinned exhaustion Miss> In 1915'during World War I,
never so people by ,
SE 10th Sl, a girl Mr. and I Airman a recreation
; 72)0 nIllnnu j'IwnuMy NHp.nu. loved me, I never knew Jackson spoke hesitantly. ,"I'm the British nurse, Edith
Accident so annual Visitors' of
many Day
Roundup ; served
Mrs. : previously in
D. Rt Box .. ,
Troy Kirby, 3 11 McCoy : Cavell'l specialist
Jr. 5,501,1 executed
was the
.paid.In.ldMld thought much of she said "I feel little by I
IS, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Involved In accidents reported I.. JIIIwIny Noah 3" NVI 711I T.... so my singIng sorry, a The Seventh Day AdventIst Scotland. The airman, a graduate -
In 1934 Peter
Wllllo J. Miss Jackson 50 said slow today. n king
by the Gainesville Police Department 14 NW =: Gainesville High School
Aycock 1113 < Aw.. Church held of ,
NE 21st Ave.
agirl. olliordortv was Saturdayat
and the Alachua County -<. fl..." "'...., L. (,.... Sunday In a bedside Interview.Her "I thought I'd be able to getup of Yugoslavia. I entered the Air Force in 1956.
Sheriff's Office during the -port. 1-J. ?' '.!,'_ lonlo ,.. no..voiw tu,* tiny hospital room has and out after a little rest, but In 1942,-the United States the Gainesville church, 1204

ADMITTED past 38 hours were: d'Iu.SI 711I. IIIIcmi ''..... L. Bomplor" 1107 overflowed with a dally stream it's not so easy. I've never felt scored a victory In the Battle of NW 10th Ave. I TOMORROW
Jeanie P. Beach Alice F. no v."* ..
AJ driver's ''l""
ei. .th. Ode 14M NI ... of cards. letters and flowers.:!like this before. Cape Esperance.In .
Richard inti
Lee A.
i Whitfleld, Rt. 1 music WDVH
Haley, Ruth Lee Johnson, all of no ", *,lvor-e II....... Loon' was presentedat
Gainesville Betty U Williams ,Box 35A, Newberry, and Rob Atlanta. OM .pudh.... Trogwlckoitl many from Europe and Asia.:. Born near New Orleans, the 1945, Gen. Anton Dostler both the Sabbath school and FREE MOVIE
; ert Frederick Mason Rt, 4 Box LaCiaW not gulllyi ",.. "There were so many flowers" energetic singer was working the first officer of PARTY 0 .
Archer; Helen V. Wilder, Cross "<>wln, ." to su not'des.poroVIvo the German worship service, and a mission ,
355F, at t:51: pjn. Sunday 3400 N?n Tv.to M...lo Mothlt' 1304 NI. she said with a soft laugh "that regularly 'a. a scrubwoman general staff to be tried before pageant was featured during the AT .1 PM
City. .. lvlnl' *"". "tortcttod Joon one morning I woke and when she was 13. Later she
DISCHARGED block W. University Ave. .'...'J'o'2* '! *"' PIK., wrdorlv up a U. S. military commission ona' Sabbath school which meets at l
r Marilyn Jane Redding, 538 NE PIE., 'alHroirly W.Ileu lurch conduct J,.. I4M 81 ;nth thought I was dead. moved to Chicago where she wartime charge, was sentenced 913.: LISTEN TO
Barbara Wllllom
Mrs. o
Bryan Barton, 8th Ter., and Pearle D J lie y NI11. lit NW ton A..., ....'.11.. o vol The 200-pound singer entered became known for her singing to death before a firing WDVH FOR"
Warnlck, Pamela Kay Steptoe Okla l tar hire without, llconto.Mtrrl Little Company of at conventions., '
Church Tavares, 3:27: p.m. Sun- Mary Hospital Baptist squad. The topic at the 11 a. m. worship DETAILSFLORIDA
Mrs. Herman Myers, Robert J. day, 2200 block SW 13th St *.* DOOM Apptkollom Sept. 15. "I had a terrible She made her first recording given by pastor Wesley ,
Moohrkk ....,. Ten
A Brill, Anne Talbert Rand e r Helen Oxford Alford 210 E. ,in., Jutnlto' ThkOoll wian* H."I_. ,40.:3f. ONmmvnN Oolnov- pain >in my chest," she recalled. In 1934 and by 1948 she was a years ago The French 'Blevlns, was "The Faith of the
/ Hudson Neal Williams, Justine "The doctors told blood In National Assembly approved the "
me my celebrity. recent years she Devil.
Ave. ,
i University and Walter J. *' '_. J7 Oolnnvlll. Oro L..
V Pellum, Mrs. Calllen Slaughter Lowery Wales, US NE 20th St., Sill It, OMn vlll.. pressure was over 200. has devoted much time to the armament of West Germany as
.WyHy Loo Willi.", If. a sovereign and equal state in
and Howttwmo
f Mrs. Man A. Gllmon Anna Doctors have ordered Miss civil rights movement.
5:25: Saturday. L4u1. ....
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p.m. H. ""
1"1' ............ the North Atlantic Alliance.
ion, Mn. John M. Wagner, Ave. and 3rd St. ... .,.. :II 0< Arlan TODAY AT
'Julia Worthy, Mr. C I y d e Roberts Charles R. Walters, New Orleans Nhob. ./1'r 0.0.
Mr. Robert L. Lord, Mrs. and Josh Renfroe, Jacksonville AM Cent WIlli., Jutlior. '7.< Yw W'Ide... 47. Gain"vlll.. Weekend Accidents Kill Adolfo Lopez Mateos of Mexico ,, .y..b.i.d-a,' ld-PS 7:0: ':U |

Bitha Johnson, Mr. Leon N. 12.41: p.m. Saturday V.t.,1e Limn McC.! Nary fl. 001.1I1e.lid..... 03.: 0<01.. told a special meeting of the I -aM"i. n.;;*-6Lt &. i:, : 151

!1 Blanton, Susan M. Martin June Waldo Rd. by Gainesville air GI",," -l01I. erNtow' n. H...""". ... Organization of American Mow At 7:00 At I.W
Wln.ten DMiM, 11.11,. It, C..... A' Eleven Persons in Fla. States that OAS --
,: Hardee, Bobby Hopkins, Harry port. "' I. "......* Schilling, it Otlnotvlll. economic efforts NOW 2 COLOR HITS!

Herrtn. Mrs. Catharine M ti r p bree I, had not measured up to --AT 7:00 OUT AT 19:00

October 10 1964 1040 NE 3th Ter., and parkedcar Cite PolicemanFor By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a truck struck a tree on State expectations.One SOPHIA STEVEN =

BIRTHS owned by Margaret White.: Accidents killed at least 11 Road 80 two miles east of Belle year age-Russian troops' LOREN BOYD '

t Mr. and Mrs. Thomas house, 3103 NW 13th St., 3.25: HeroismSARASOTA persons in Florida during the Glade Saturday. ended their blockade of an I ALEC GUINNESS N r

Finch, < 1510'SE 25th A' e., a p.m. Saturday at NW 22nd St. weekend. Martin Ernest Hall Jr., Z3, AmerIcan] military convoy I Fall of The ,

daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Robert and 8th Ave., Joseph A. Corson of Lake City Fort Lauderdale, killed Saturday which had been detained for 52 i

,Walker, Rt. 1, Box 111, a daughter Jack D. Austin,'Rt. 1 Box 138 25, a Dade AP County) Bill Pearson was fatally injured mile northof when his car struck a tree. hours In East Germany en routef j I Roman Empire2ND

Mr. and Mrs. William and James Hammock,' University policeman that community Sunday nighton Arnold Friedrich Haeck 1s, to West Berlin from West Cer-
; cited .
was for
Burwell, 2971 SE 24th PI, a Station, 4:20: p.m. Saturday, the National Police Officers heroism As-by State Road 474. Tampa, killed Saturday on a many.SUBURBIA. HIT AT 10:00"JERRY ftMeBdlYp 1M.adSndnMaAelfl.aplwfd,5.
W. lEWIS' ,
i daughter Mr. and Mrs. James University Ave. and 13th St. sociatlon Sunday night for hav Jimmy Dean Pugh 24, of Orlando country road 'near Tampa. 'm

D. Lee, Hawthorne, Fla., a son; Douglas David Murphey, 3810 In g subdued a man who fatally and Duma N. Duvall, 17, I George; Lee, 63, of Nichols THE PATSY

j Mr. and Mrs.' Roger Sumrall SW 19th St., hit a tree, 1 p.m. shot two persons at Miami International I of Hammond, Ind., were killed killed Saturday south of Nicholson TOMORROW AT
Sunday, SW,30th Place and Hill Grade Road. I _DRIVE.IN THEATRE STARTS Ingrid Btrgman
Cross City, Fla., a son; Mr. Airport Saturday night In an accident on 1:11 5:15. I
and Mrs. William Jones, 3857 19th St. The State Road 427 three miles south Bill L. Laycock, 31, of Fort I SHOWTIME 7:00 .IDAY THE VISIT 7ZJ, 5120A
Fire Calls former
military policeman's Lauderdale died
Saturday afteran
SW 5th PI., a daughter. of Sanford.
I At 12:30: p.m. Sunday, food citation said he disarmedthe Others killed in traffic Includ- accident on State Road 7 east ri iii'iiiM --
ADMITTEDMrs. burning on stove at 1515 SE 12th man after running out of of Canal Point. BABE MOTION
Betsy M. Burwell, Mrs. Place, owned by Frank Down- ammunition In a chase through ded: Mrs.'' Dorothy Duckett of Mattie Mae Marvin, 35 a Negro I HOLOBI I> YOK ,
early Sunday near m.
Eushear M. Walker, Mr. George In,. airport corridors. Another coun- from West Palm Beach I CAPUOENATALIE PI CTURE. $
I Barron, Sr., Mrs. E 11.l a b 11 h At 10:57 and 8:51: a.m. Sunday |ty policeman and a private security terstate <4< in Tampa. 1---
I Jones, Donald Ray Henley, all burning sawdust p 11 a at guard were the slaying James Spencer, 66, of Tampa, in early West Sunday Palm Beach.In an accident I : ; ,..f.Vml1

of Gainesville; Mrs. Annette E.'1800 N. Main St. victims.: on Interstate 4 three miles west PERFORrANCEIplldfAQA2'IMt

\ LM, Hawthorne, Fla.; Mn. Bety tAt 10:17 p.m. Saturday, false of Plant City. + ?

W. Sumrall, Cross City, Fla.; alarm at SW 4th Ave. and 12th Archer Nobert Vlllaneueva Granada NewspaperWeek _
Mrs. Geraldine Scarborough, it- eAt Baptist 4t, of Ben. Glade, killed when

Archer, Fla. 8.12: p.m. Saturday broken Plan OpensNEW I

DISCHARGED steam line in Building D, University Program
PsychologistTo YORK (AP-The) 25th JOIN HANDS
Edward of Florida.MvoMOItOfim. :
Camps Floyd For '
HomecomingThe annual observance of 1ca11acoLSa .m Tll1l'li'iI!
Robert Rodgers, Luther White COUITNOUIU. "CORD' i Speak On per Week was under NIWIIJII-I
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Oct. 1N
Mary Stover Annette Jon. .
s, First Baptist Church ot with emphasis on "
Monad Shoemaker, Ruby HutchN .rondo K. ._ V. 0'10L.. Porkor.. "
Archer will celebrate | Retarded ChildDr.
MVIIIO its newspaper story WITH US
Joejwjvn V. JomM Mum!
Catherine McGffl, Carol ..'Sw. iu.ll"lt"
I Smiley, Janet Ross and baby AM** K.' LM V. *...... L. L... pastor James W. Browning has Betty Ann Horne, Sunland through Saturday with dally and

boy, Lee 0. Bosh, Rosalie IN LI",.D.Yawn CarIMY.. Cft.v.,_ArMw I V A._C.___. announced+ ,1 (Training Center psychologist, weekly newspapers throughoutthe better America !

Ramsey, Neotha Coachman, 11I1'1.. A. 0Wr1u" v. Vorrai w. ....- lA dinner the* will speak ti the Alachua County nation urged to Join In educating . for a
Alex Robbins Betty .Williams Iurf.A....... on grounds and STEVE
Mooloy v. Hum w. Moooty.tarn Association for Retarded the public to the history )
Mrs. Kathy Smith and baby girl, "- W. MOM ** v. Cl*. M, Men* Mowing songfest will highlight WOOD MCQUEENDINING
.' the day. (Children meeting Tuesday. and objectives of the press. i VOTE FORJOHNSON
David Crowdtr, Simon Johnson Dtvonot (Moo1iS The meeting will be held at
Myron Chotkowskl, Mar wuMrrt *. He.-. M..... The regular Sunday- ..
rtjw Jr. y. Sovorly A programat the County School Administration --: -'-
riett Knabb. a the Archer church are: Sunday Building on East University'
orgorot AMunLr ...
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Paufp v. Tad I.. Paull.,.. \
\ I ....11... Mluwl ... J_ .. M1._. hour, 11; training union, 6.30: She will speak on psychological
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Mr. & Mrs. James L Suttles .ban Ma0 I H.LIRdot Curry v.v. J.M usury...,LI.. Curry....",. Jr. p. m., and evening worship at solutions to the problems of !-
t om iso. .- 7:30. Prayer hour la Wednesday -| the retarded and their families. '
2315 SE Itb Ava., a IOn Mr. t M. NowkMTV
; Jljim l Cord ,. Wild. evening at 730. U & HUMPHREYDEMOCRATIC
Mrs. John W. HIli.H..tI Dr. Horne, formerly a research
Vickery, 3080 SE .
e Rlc. v. Th* Mormon A.....
psychologist at
20th Ave., a son; Mr. fc Mrs wo Co. ot .morlco.' taturonco clolr." The public Is Invited to the Wayne "
Mont |. Rko ... Amortem Pin Cpunty Training School In Indiana DANCING
wo Homecoming well the
I Charles Scarborough, Are her, e loouoitvCo.lnouroiKocloim., as as regular I HEADQUARTERS
..... taught psychology at the |
Fla. .1 Nollonol Morgogowndt Aareld, ,k events.
I I a son.ADMTTTEDi .. Jwhi, mortgogo M. ldman forockwuro, aM All.. S. I. I University of South Carolina University Inn COCK TAl LS' 120 SE let AVE. Telephone) FR 2-3591

dtftor IMtt Rdnod I before coming here. <( Michael _.
II Lena Plunkett Vlckery, Jeannle Mrs. Joanne M .Iv..ou.1.Modtm-
Black, Mrs. Barbara Jean Sut COURT Oil aicoRosCrkflMOl Is Supported

I ties, McKendree Tucker, Mrs DIIOOHtlOM

1\ Mrs. Barbara Bell, Mrs. CherylJ. P rNllur JMgo I Iro J..Conor.!. NamWiyiiu Proiigmg III Now York Ttmoo

Evans, Miss Virginia Uram,' vile N C. "Wprii cft_ M ,_, MOSCOW Soviet cancer researchers i
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Mrs. Louise E. Fouts, Mrs ,'Mint driving, lit. loml* a. Hunt : reported Sunday that
Clara JockMnvlllo, HMOdlng' 145. H..... N. they had succeeded in producing
Mae Jones Paul F ,
Simpson Num tins iw Ird Avo "'; drlvCocll Jr-i.
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j &a tors Can Go! r 1. I a ds ;". Deadlock .Series

lJ'101UI5iJUaOlLER': I '
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Go ahead and Associated Pirn Spirto Writer
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I How can any say sports writer smart enough to call Flop } I NEW YORK (AP)f H' it was K ire ijlJ' i'l"ers'"9 ;'Gr ii cl ..Sldm score.There!i'were two runners on
ida SUt upset win over Kentucky be stupid enough I Branch Rickey: now a consultant : base with one out when Dick
to miss Florida's victory over Mississippi! with !the St Louis club, who Groat hit a routine grounder to
I I ) J) '
Maybe it's because he's the same guy who missed the once said 111"\\ the right of second base. Rich
Gators' big one over Alabama last year too. ,I "Luck" is the residue of de- t..Louis 4-3 Winled ardson fielded the ball, tried to
r: Maybe also It'. because buddy Allen Trammell didn't sire. shovel It over to Phil LIni for
tip him off to the fact he was going to run back an Ole rd The Cardinals must have a lot, what looked like the start of a
Miss punt 62 yards for a touchdown. E of desire because through the twin killing. Then here's what
Not to mention that end Charles Casey didn't drop years they have had a lot of I happened."It .
luck in World Series play.It anew that the Cardinal luck ronto. Canada they are rejoicing ) world championship in his 27th
a single bit of a hint that he stuck
was going to grab a pairin got in my web. As
ballplayers call It over the brilliant relief of
Is this residue of desire that year managing
the end
zone for scores. : "breW"I Ii Phil came across, I hesitated
And Florida's linemen they were se busy la ''practice helped the Cards win the World is still holding out. I pitching of hometown heroes But in New York they will throwing him off his timing and
6 Series la 1926, 1930, 1934, 1942, In Missouri, they an singing tell that It took t break for
last week, belting each other around .hi some savage Roger Craig and Ron Taylor. you when I threw it with my gloved
944 and 1946. praises of Kenny Boyer
drills they didn't indicate they were going to belt Ole In Houston they are happy the Cardinals to win the fourth hand (Curt) Flood hit Llns and
whose homer In the
The grand-slam
triumph over the New game a rare miscue by theusually "
Mill around he
too. couldn't handle the throw.
over Johnny Keane who Is
York Yankees which inning overcame a .
But I'll tell you something. I like surprises. U the 1964 sure handed Bobby Instead of the inning being
Yankee the heck
squared the 1964 World Series at lead. managing out of the Richardson on a sure-fire dou
collection of Gator grldders have any more up their cottonjerseyed over, the Cards had the bases
two victories apiece demonstraformance In Lakewood Calif., and To- Cardinals, seeking hit first ble-play ball that would ..have
sleeves, they can pull them ,out every Saturday KEN BOYER loaded. Bover unloaded them
.he prates pitching two pitches later with a smash
Let's be honest about It. We're Just not used to seeing Into the left-field stands. Until

I Florida football team carry the battle from opening kickoff Gators Clouds then young AI Downing had a
to .final gun.-and \WIN. We are used to feeing the Up in three-hit shutout

I Thus, instead of the Yankees
laving a chance to end It at
Yankee Stadium today they
Happy must return to St Louis Tuesday

for a sixth game Wednesday

Over HR South Carolina Next game, and Thursday.The perhaps. a seventh

Yankees' Mel StotUemyrt
By JIM HACKLEMAN Visions of Sugar Bowls danced rier. The only way they could Allen Trammell't 62yard pi's John Vtught said that anda and the Cards' Bob Gibson who

Associated Prose Sports Writer I in the Heads of the Florida Ga be ruined is If you sportrwrlt-I punt return that put Florida subsequent pass interception clashed In the second game,

Gators come through with a magnificent effort In defeat. NEW YORK (AP) On Ken ton today., en didn't have confidence In ahead 17-7 was t big play m the by.Bruce Bennett were the plays renewed_ their .rivalry In the I
Remember the highest previous stature ever attainedby Boyer a hero's mantle looks Their conquest of mighty Mississippi them," eyes of the coaches. Mlsslsslp-I that put the game on ice fifth game.
much 3D-14 Saturday after victories Stottlemyro came out the
more appropriate than .
11,14 !1i
a UF football eleven came in 1958 (No. 17 in the final
goat horns. ever Southern Methodist winner In the first meeting,
AP poll) on the strength of who Florida lost to, not beat.
The St Louis Cardinals' AH- and Mississippi State bad the uniting the Cards to seven hits
Big Losses to LSU, AuburnThat Star third baseman is a hero Gator players shouting "All the In an 1-3 triumph. Although he

was the season of 10-7 setback to LSU the nation today, but he could well have way to the Sugar Bowl." lost, Glbaon was Impressive,
al champs; and 6/4 to Auburn which made Florida victim been a bust He propelled a Coach Ray Graves was elat striking out nine In eight Innings
No. 19 In succession) with the baseball type victory. change-up from Al Downing into ed. But he ttin looked ahead to permitting only two runs
The Gators wen beating people like UCLA Miami. FSU Yankee Stadium's lower leftfield this we ik's Homecoming lame 'A fit' 1 Ye' until he tired In the seventh

Georgia, Arkansas State and TIll... AId tying VaadertfltYM seats for, a grand-slam against South Carolina. Craig Winner.
don't finish 17ft .la the nation that way. home run In the sixth Inning "W. wont be up Ilk. we were I; s Sunday's victory was creditedto

But this is 1964./And maybe it's time to start wonder. Sunday, giving the Cards a 4-) for Mississippi," Graves ..Id. I Craig, who handcuffed the
log about to Gators. victory over the New York Yankauuind. > 'To tell the truth, we coaehe _p4 Yankees with Just two singles In

It 'taken great,IRWIUT i In 1111 Will WU1 6JBI1P HUUltf evening the World :can't lot the* players keyed up. ittt 4 13 Innings of relief pitching.
Series at two games each. They lhemsflves"'upr It I The 33 y.... old righthandertook
here lately line play..to be somebody big in football to-
day. That's what (Florida has been getting this season. In the first inning Boyer'comet from the heart"No I over with one out i In the

No more ample proof could be furnished than these made a bad throw in a rundown Letdown first Inning after the Yankeeshad
statements tossed out by offensive backfield coach Pepper and the Yanks went on to their But Florida Is a team that believes raked starter Ray Sadeckl
Rodgers and defensive backfield. tutor Billy Kinardon three runs. And before his four- In itself. Graves said, for four straight hilts
Saturday nlghL. run homer he had gone l-for-13 and indicated he doesn't expect Craig permitted a run-scoring

Rodgers said, "The, backs only had to run the way In the Series, and was on a t complete letdown. single by Elston Howard, then;
those linemen were firing out on their blocking: assignment string of II hltlest appearances "You' have to respect everybody allowed only one more while I
!." But that one swing turned ," be said. "South Carolina fanning eight before retiring for'a

AId Kinard pet It Oils way, "Oar defensive backs lad goat Into hero and hitting flop Is a big' strong team that could .ry11n M pinch hitter in the sixth.

It easy the way those. linemen kept re4deggteg Ole Wassad into hitting star. And even for be tough." Carl Warwick came through
harrying those....e.." 10-year veteran like Boyer 1 tad Everyone fat Gatorland want with a single, giving him three
The closeness of the 1964 UF squad Is a point that cannot was a tenslon-fWed experience to savor the delicious: victory pinch hits so far for a share of

be overlooked. This apparently Is a dedicated football "I remember ducking Into the over Ole Miss u long as possi that Series record,.Igniting the

team- If so, it has accomplished such .from within dugout and Johnny Keene (Card ble."Now winning rally
and on its own.Hilda. manager) saying something that performance by Taylor polished off the Vankees -
: me. I couldn't beer him toCharles( ) Casey was the greatest without a hit over the last
Saved UF
\ Unready of the din, and I tried to ask of an end in a long time," four Innings.
i Fans may not want to believe it But Hurricane Hilda him what he had said But my Graves tall "'1'h script writes : "I like our club's chances

1 probably blew the Gators right out of a defeat last week mouth was so dry I couldn't say itself. He catches seven passes, Why Rebels Couldn'tCaters .Go better now than 1 did at the
when she puffed the game with LSU In Baton Rouge back anythuut. gabs 136 yards and two big start of the Strl.." said Ktane.
.<< .
led by linebacker ..... Held (41) close ks on Mississippi back. Rebels get' only
'It's 'Winning this
.(, to Dec. D.FlorIda. an emotional feeling you touchdowns. He's got to be considered game tot us up
came oat ., the narrow 16-13 win over Misslsitppi simply can't describe." for-- SMatmu- on a nm .M yards.rashlng and n M deg agates wed. Florida defenders Saturday. (San photo). food. Our nHchliw la MI- far th*

I Stole, bettered mentally at wB as physically. Although he is the Cards'' like that against Ole final games ewes If H goes the
M 'I think the Gaines, knew they should have bees able to cleanup man and leading power Miss" Next limit of liven I sure like the
What's 64
seta from State t hi more comfortable .'....... If they expected Utter, Boyer doesn't rate himself Bill .Rkh Burg at middle Dizzy' way we stand." .
, to ,face ip to the challenge of what was yet .. a slugger."I'm guard' on defense drew praise Keane admitted that Rich- I
1 come on the schedule. no home run hitter," i from coaches and scouts. So did srdion's fumble. of Dick Groat's
Therefore, LSU looked like an insurmountable object on the 33-year-old Mlssouran told \tackles Dennis Murphy and Syd SEC Football Scramble? I grounder was the big break of
clawed Rice In their previous outing. newsmen crushed around him b MacLean and end Barry Brown the game.

So, despite a 2-04 mark, Florida hadn't Jelled offensively the dressing rum. "I'm a line on defense.
still was vulnerable to the homo run defensive drive hitter. I don't get the baD Play Two By JOE ZELLNER: Kentucky and the success of II'"' 33-12 victory! over Chatta Series

ly. And LSU and Ole Miss. bad the very weapons to capitalize up high enough "Everybody lays you can't Associated Press Writer Florida prt-teason question nooga. Hit status for the game
on UF shortcomings.The There was no question that :play two quarterbacks" said Imigtoo the confusion of' mark. with Georgia Tech Saturday ItIndefinite. Box ScoreNEW
"no game" status certainly revived the Gaines SWlcta,'. decisive blow was I Graves. "But we art doing< It outhtasten Conference fans They can only" ask "What .
ast week. You could sense it In the air at practices last hip enough or far enough. I and will continue to do It The this fall with the devastation of next" Alabama Coach Paul Bryant
reek that the UF would be ready. But there was some doubt about 1 toys have confidence In both 'once mighty Mississippi the And what II next when fifth- said Sunday that the team physician YORK (AP- The box
Y They were. Coach Ray Graves decided be woaldnt oven I it being fair. Tom Shannon and Stove Spur. ,quick.... and abrupt all of ranked Kentucky gels a chance doesn't think the knee InJury core of the fourth game of the
to to Wlilliton last weekend when the team went to Its to redeem Its 41-7 lost to Florida to Namath It too serious. 1964 Worth Series:
'hideaway" Graves stayed hi ...... His Galore were State in a game with undefeated However Namath missed the StLoalsN( ) ABRHBIOA
ady, almost too ready. There ..' anything more I Richardson Takes Blame Louisiana Stole this second half of the game with Flood cf 412.1.

od to do .. gel them ap," Graves ..... "They bad done week Auburn tries to win without North Carolina State, which Alabama Brock If 401111

all." AH America quarterback won 21... Groat ss 111013
d There has to be something a bit special about a close- For Double Jimmy Sidle Alabama takes on Almost overlooked amidst the IC.BoyerJb 4 1 1 4 I J
nit group like a college football squad to produce a con- Play Messup unpredictable Tennessee possibly upsets and /Injuries were results While Ib 41111i 1

uerlng sggregatoon. without star passer Joe wrought by the SEC't two freshmen tumnonrfMcCarvert 4 0 1 0 I I

Two-Platoon Is a BoonA By TOM PENDERGAST loser Al Downing into the leftfield got tnst Inside change-up. Namath and FSU tackles am- coaches: Tenneisee'1 Doug J. I Ill I
Associated Press Sports Writer/ stands with the bases loaded Dlrkev and.. Cl.ar.>i.'.. VhiDooley. /..* Maxvin % J' 1 a I I
hint of It may be this. Two platooes football, withine The man who set up the situs ---' -- adeckl p o 1 0 0 i i
confines of the '64 rules, has been a boon to Florida. NEW YORK- UP Ibmrt- m IN sixth lion for Boyer's blast took It, SOWTNIltVIOM c--.fOMOaiNCIWhTFHO M Craig, p 11 '1 0 1 J
1 eke the defensive backs. Dick Kirk scored the touch-: ers forced four men'into corner i "You know. said Boyer calmly. I. .,_. WkTMO. TeiMfMee rallied, it whip Boston Warwkk I 12111
s wn that beat Alabama last year. Jerry Newcomer play. Sunday: Two relief pitchers when I rounded third on that Takes Blame PLO.I04I scion seen a .see erns sea r College 16-14' to give the Taylor p 110112
a i lot of offense for two years. Bruce Bennett won with so-eo records a big. third homer I was kind looking for Besieged by reporters Van-,a.crr enewn fie rdo."tu untouted/ Vol, a Sol record for TotolsNew 3341427l1

spurs In high school as an AD-Amerlca quarterback ....... and a quiet second Clete his brother the Yankee kee second baseman Richardsontook "_. I1eust I II U I' tee 511 .$4V. II I the season while Georgia uti York (IA) All H .ILlns 0 A
his offensive capabilities. Allen Trammell la so cap .baeemaa, third baseman) to say ...... all the blame for his error '....... I" lie Ile M 11as la f determined defense and as 4 I 1 1' JIB

Ie u a pass receiver or runner that be could play "Poor Ken Boyer said the thing. He didn't say a word, and at second en what appeared to '...... 5s ,. .51517 I51ea etc sae Nr rev: grinding ground game for a Rlch'ton 2 b 4 I 1 I I J
tb ways with ease I didn't think ft my place to r4"'senses. sow i lfl-7victory over Oenuon In agame
second III1IIJIbInI.11ooW ,be
baseman, Bobby Rib timing-ending : Marls cf 1'1
double-play vw vSIPf" o f ass e 5,1: that counted hi the SEC i I I 0
When Kirk was asked to move over to defense be rented right, him 1 '
ball LeU '
ardoM in ueoeutoeweMw1Mm
of the New York Yaw the fateful Cardinal Mantle rf IJ I'
promptly by asklnf every defensive coach for sv.scrap ... "He hit the ball pretty and he !bad n sort of ponied sixth -c...._ .. __. standings The victory five Howard 1 I I 0
e J I 1 I" 1
I look Georgia a Sit record
his face. oversll
of Information that would enable him to do on :
food, MM it Menu tmJORI'abere. was a ground bad hit to Trethlf
i duties better. "I like playing defense," be said. The man who threw Bayer'shome and I But even settle their success '
my right I did not field It
T.,eegh three games BO defensive Uekflcld carps baa lUdiardm* the run ball he kfVhsnded dusty," Richardson bltioua Georgia srbkk. travelleds so far neither Dooley nor" Dickey PepltontlbCJoycra 101111
was taking said.! "It
4 1 1 1 1 J
peed hi sis pans Interceptions, eae pant ream fir none blame for the foufebtp double-, Downing said Yankee catcher got.. stuck m my web. As Phil t surprisingly aaysesfve do- It looking optimistically toward
....., fumble recovery to set .p a vital Held play attempt that led to the St Biton Howard had called for a (Lint, .the shortstop) came ..... agamst aThaa -. text weekend. Downing. P 111111
and some crisp Mocking ea another TO pant ,.... Louis Cardinals' 4-1 World Series fart bell and .he waved II aria across, I hesitated throwing off ...... to be enough hair. Vila Loot Cool*r Mlkkelsen p 111111b.Blenchard 111
I'd like to tell specifically what the offensive andPensive pulling/ Idea*, sports (ant.Rebels I' I
you Td hit. I
victory on Beyer's grand pttaa'" twice beforei timing and when I threw N
Terryp 111111Total.
lines have done In three fames. Space doesn't slam home. run.In fast bells," Downing said, with my glove hand, (Curt) I Tennessee lost first unit 'I
rmlL It's that length What the offensive backs have the Cardinal dressing Flood kit Laa and he couldn't It's been s bag tens store s center Robert Ackermann who 11.117.
everyone knows. That's where most of the eyes gocb roan, Boyer huffed reliever "hot in a situation like .that handle the throw. Mississippi, ... stood M .m the!suffered a broken arm Saturdayand 'a-Wnglet. for Craig to 6th

Saturday. Roger Craig and Ron Taylor 'when you' IhtU* the P'II. anxious "It seas my fault all the,way." ,.conference ........... The 30-14: must tend the Vole agalns -'lIad out tar Mlkkclaen In

The Gator lineman have developed an unusual and saying "Those are the guys you try to get htns to hits Boyer's gamo-wimlng grand :shellacking by anbeaten. Florida,the nation's No. I cam Alabama 7th.
appy technique to educate the spectators to their eapabtt- who won the game." bad pitch. I was trying to asthim I lam, only the ninth In World ,Saturday waa Ole Miss' wont, with untried Reggie Jel- St Louis (N) 6Bf 604 600-4
el. They come up with key play after key play eat in le..sat r- ap for something, but .heonce. :Series ......,. foI1owtd.I,I defeat since 19M when a raw!ilicourse who has not .Dined. fa w.v..r''_ --- 111.... -WO -ana aiMt-
18 open where a fan has to be looking at the sky to milt Craig and Taylor known erful T oessee sqnod won 27 7.'la game this! year. E-K. .,.,. .. Richardson.!

U there Is anything that has been eonipfciously absent more for giving up homers than The season already It chalked/ 1 Dooley fears that hit Improving 1'DP-Llnt. Richardson and I
om UF line play thus far, It has been poor tackling for preventing them hat Figuring the Series I up as a disaster by tons Rebel Bulldogs, given a shot In the Pepitone. LOft-St Louis (N) 4.

lack of pursuit People the Gators hit this year are teamed brilliantly from the first Ills :arm with their best srfornv New York .(A) ....

eying hit inning to chop off the vaunted NEW YORK (APj-Flgurtog coOtctod Ml Kentucky Coach Cherlte Brad'ante of the year again Onvson Jo-Urn B. Richardson. HiIC. -
Pre-Season Speculatoni Yankee offense that had scored I the Series only ether. Series!shaw will .be trying ... week to. may have a tough time Boyer.
Wuwp while for
i three rant II the first Yankee slugger Mickey Man- fetching ,rekindle the nighty offomo that,Just staying hi the bell game IP Ii HER
remember the words of defensive fine coach Cane ELunion Dodgers the
against Sadeckl
13 4 J J
..boosted Us .
That hat la be MM finest WUdestt over Ole when they host to
i In a speech be made to a civic can last ..... reihi wink we've bide ... tit, wh..etabile. d a Series Yanks It the dish game of the I MUM and Auburn, 1st sputtered, FSU play still wearing undefeated the Craig (W) 4 1J 1
It was something on the order that the Gators, to have Car6aIII by htttsg hfe 16th homer 1M ctMtfc. Ho started and and died fSU. I Taylor 4 1
mo slur bhasy against "We got mantle of glory after the bumJlalioa
standout year bad n rw a way to best Deli ad. ... i -, "It eotddot be Improvedpoa. Saturday, titaadsi two snore efkte worked not ktniags hi t W vietory. -),lour teeth ticked It," be said. oSaturday's / of Kentucky. Downing (1.) I 4Mlkkelsen 4 I
altaimi Slate. it lead. break me with UII and Ob IttaL career marks owe He Two days later J 'y I 0 1
Craig and Taylor were gams. "Wo were In other this! week. .Involving
ike South caroms, split again with Alabama and An- walked twice and_ __ __k rue n_ Podres blanked. the VI'. flat" games Terry 2 201
SEC Florida
and ben nail down rival FW and Miami Wing his Serb total toti M for lama expects -
"My move was svotping aid Brooklyn's first world The Wildest offenst gets another little trouble from South _-raced I man to 7m.
t came out .. 0-2, no small accomplishment, eveswpm. my control vat good." Craig ..bases. an balls and H strike- daIm........... stem whom Kestacky Carolina and Mississippi has its I VB-Cralg I (Maude. How-

I The i Gallon. prior seem to the to first know game..... ails -B hot to he one ef soy !plays host ....., to LSU,(best chance for a conference aid. Pepitone), Taylor I (Mantle
ftey-re doing. teat ttchadgnmesCertainly Tblrtyflvo years ago today whose forte bos Downing S Masvll, Mc-
; boos defense fahoUdteg 'victory so far when the Rebels
Iknee JeW teeds pct ....... keg delve hug Ken Boyer, whoot taseaflHsdhome ...
puss At Of Philadetohia A's scored .
rrt It
ILtig.r s perfect M ..... meet ...... THlono.MIosMppi Carver) : SO-Cratj mesh 2.
keg pose-yes cal rt.y've dons itat throe Tossy bid I ran powered the Cards tobe I... at the seventh tovwmtw C.
(Borer) at as lining ehortThs I I I Stale, with Bony Boyer Downlag J, Ltos 3.
MS oat of the baOpsa that I ( 44 victory was me Nattonal r M deficit andMtstttoCbfcaviCatJslMJa. lists of Altbssts walls Wed back to ontfora Mantic>.TnhvITreshHo*.
Ift like Pestle earwile of Gator ...... .... .. ... -
spirts tat* keep OM too low and .. ...... I. I
wise belied teat ). Downing 4 (IL foyer
director Norm ... The for dseasvewoH and holstered by 174 yd ,
lefteseneon.to pot Ob Miss goose was bar eaY .1 slid, ad I ... Aaprssi irktg tYspier sit lalu Sass.' on lira binned ts nw toe Inmpt' over ,....,. play* host to'Soother lint J, Groat) .....has I

bed rewafftrcsness nUsri.MII 6666. lade hit two ....,.ws, tbs 4MstM TWsNassatk Ulaateslpti 6tt *aaderboX > Taytor). Tarry' Lock
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I *.* n am piaylng. _. I* van she btjpst M ofator off the Mats' M fafadsll aJahr vrsf Cat Car-* and Bobby .... ..s ... I ... ., ...e -. Y. ...'
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! H.\L BOCK He clicked on 22 of 33 passes as the Packers-got by the 49ers

Play ThursdayChiefland Associated Press Sporti Writer I for 386 yards and five touchdowns Th. Packers' Paul Hornung

i Baltimore hosts St. Louis It was the best one-day suffered a pinched shoulder

tonight in a National Football show by an NFL quarterback nerve in second period and bandied -'

travels to Cross City,keep their unbeaten records intact Other Friday night clashes League game that could shakeup I this year and the fact that Jur only kicking chores after

and P. K Yonge calls on Eau will be Santa Fe at Green Cove the two division standings a gensen did It against the Eagles that. But Taylor's rusting

Gallie this week in the top area Chiefland promises stiff opposition Springs Callahan at Keystone >w 5wl bit. but the talk around the I didn't exactly sadden the ex- picked up the slack

football clashes for the high-flying Bean Heights and Melrose at Pierson. league is about Sonny Jurgen- Philadelphia passer I Billy Wade fired four: touchdown

Four games are on tap Friday Thursday night, sporting a rec- ARIA tTANOIHdJlClow sen the quarterback the Philadelphia Elsehwere In the NFL Sunday '' passes two each to John

night while the remainderof ord of three wins and one loss. AA IdWMO Eagles didn't want. Green Bay topped San ny Morris and Mike Ditka, at

the schedule will be played P K. Yonge will take its 2-1-1 ...... w S L 15 T PCIOolnnvIM 900. Jurgensen put on a spectacular Francisco 24-14 Chicago 1 the Bears snapped their two-

Thursday night to avoid conflict record to Eau Gallie FrIday CIA Ichoolt I passing show as the Wash- whacked Los Angeles 38-17,I game losing string Chicago
W L T Ptt ar ington Redskins won their first Detroit Minnesota 24- turned three
with Friday nights Gator night where it will battle a w outlasted interceptions into
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ranks of the undefeated this a one.man show last Thursday City ....,..... I" 1 .17' The veteran signal caller NATlONA\ ,oonALL LU.U' The Lions tied the Colts for
WllllitonChMlond' .......... 1 S I ..175Norm discussed the game with a loots.. COOhgoss the
past weekend to leave Starke night as the Blue Wave scored Mer'OII' ....... .. 1 1 e .'50 W\'D'' Division lead but It
and Lake Butler with the area sonly a surprisingly easy 27.. win '. .. 5 1 I ..750I. smile II. Louis 2 1 I '1000 110 71 wasn't easy against the stub-
.... PoI ,..:::, 5 1 .710" "It'i a heck of a lot easier," CI_,.... I 1 I .711 171 ts born
unblemished records over Jacksonville Bolles. K. VonooNowborry .........,. 1 1 1 ..473Trsns. .1. '"Ib'''' 5 1 5 .... N IIM1',110 Vikings Detroit scored the
... .... 555.1.5 Jurgensen said "to throw the / I 3 5 .... 1IJ 153balls winning touchdown on a 12-yard
i Stark. smashed Jacksonville Gainesville High 1 ...... 1 I' ..110K,04411 ball standing 1 5 I .W 00 57
I Bishop Kenny 32-6 and whipped highly touted Tallahassee NN .... S I' .DOII up. Now Yell 1 I 1 ..50 N luWM'tol Earl Morrall pass to Gail Col-
loorund CoMoroncCtdir Flying CowboyDallas Jurgensen spent most of his 1 0 0 .11I 53 107Woo111S dill early in the fourth period.
Lake Butler rolled over Bran- Leon, 32-19, last Friday W L T ,.. first four Redskin C00111010

4 ford 35-0, last weekend to runt night, has an open date this K.y ..,. ,... III 3115101.w100r1 .,... Cowboy fullback James SUgrr ((41)), flies through the nursing a games bad left as knee a on the W S L 1 T 0 ,..,,... Its 11' 0'hili. 54 Palmer Wins

their narks to 4-0. weekend, along with Starke. 5,0011 III ."7 air after being tripped while jumping ever a player .1 a 11 sidelines or massaging the turf' 0,1041 7 1 1 .,,. 'IS 71
Behind Red Devils At Trenton Tools' ..I.., .. I 5 I .... < A Notch, 1411,155. .,. S I I ..1105aw.51N yard gala against the Giants In Dallas Sunday. Len Slab, when he did play It was a dif L. 405.1,5' 1 5 1 .SCIt 'III 117
C I But Cross City and WillistonI In other Thursday night contests COI/.r.llS (1511.) Giants back watches the play. ferent story Sunday. "14154' 5 5 5 ..... 110 111 British PlayVIRGINIA
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Cross City surprised North,Marion, Irontord .. III1 ..SOIJ Cowl' (AP) Arnold Palmer said

r Marion, 20-14, and Williston upended Greenville and Cedar Key Is at l.I_'... 1 : .......... Praying Broncos Snap Now Vor* lit U. D.M11005IOIIIS In. ,II.,lWOMllmlon M today he Intends to borrow some

Crystal River. 14-7. to home against BronsonI 0.,11., ....... : : 5 1 .11IO Oolrolt H. Mlnmiolo M of the old Burma Road when. be

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Slmnunt 17 HOM Poly NowMrryLincoln ... I S I .ton TED MEIER (Chiefs Sunday 33-27 before It..,run helped in the Denver <<1 1.* at lollmor.Mwiia new unofficial World Match

I Prlncoton 37 Borlmourh. VCol Norm OMItS Still 41 AugMtoM, S D. Ill.. 1Msaw t T Pot Associated Press Sports Writer 285 who Speedie said, sounds triumph. '"" N NOW Y11ePIN,51Oas Play championship; said his

to, 10.' Hoi/ Cress | 7' .. The Praying Colonels of little like 50 000 for This 34 00 111.01,44.' triumph Sunday over Went-
,. 7 Ortxooo 10. Norm Control I LInctIl 1 5 100TNII yelling us. I was a victory by Sat PronelM 4 t loo AS.NoS
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/ muirgn 44.14 tnlMl wool U.Vlrojlnll ItVlllonovo IToenplo Sowonoo nclplo 41 44. Konyon IIIHoH. ColltM t 7Moncnoitor ol 0<...'-Now**. astounded the collegiate prayed before each game Jacky Lee was the general," given him some new ideas. The

...ry., :I.34 Column Dolrolt' I I M,If AndorM Honovor Itullor IPronklln emotion Oroonvlllo' it ot Croi Lobe CityWllllltan tutor football world by beating so it will be for the Broncos Speedie said : 3-13 tie against Dallas. In a course la known to British golfers

Prom OLIO 4. Army I t. DoPovw 4lorinom it TrontonNowMrry mighty Harvard 6-0 in 1921. from now on, Speedie said The Buffalo Bills walloped the Saturday night game Pittsburgh as the Burma Road a

Mo Vo,.no II:3X avows Now Momoihln 1 IIAmlMrtt 13. 14.lou Toyior Poll NOono 4 .....ion ot ot Cod.1-Norm KoyPrlooy Morion Now It may be the Praying "We weren't praying for vic Houston Oilers 48-17 In Sunday's upset Cleveland 23-7. name given to It by Army officers
. I 1 N<. lowaon LN yom.IIDlloworo IMouoeninono vtohooton lock Him II II. lonUK toutlwrn UVonkton 10,4 Broncos of Denver who will itory," Speedle said of the team other AFL game for undisputed Jim Taylor scored twice and who served In the Fir

30. Connoclkul IAnwrlcM .IX 41 MMIoi. loutll 4MornlngiMo 0...... 11 Sonto P. K. Tool Po ot Croon ot toil Caw Oolllo S511os I surprise the American Football prayer Sunday "We asked for a possession of first place In the rolled up 133 yards In 23 carries East
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Huron 7. Conorol lootflo IWiKomlnM Ci lonm ol ...._ HoignnM League 1 i spirit of unity, that we wouldlook Eastern Division with I s.e Palmer defeated Britain'sNeil

j TuHl Ifc Trlnltr' Con" MDcklntM 7 Iwoukto I Inttrn, IIOmoho ""' .'irow ot P41r.asIndians, Beaten in 14th straight lames good and try to win" mark The Boston Patriots now Leads Coles lanclllll the 36-hole

Iroo) M. :H St lowroneo Hovornjro IIIprUtgfloM 4A It Irodloy" M 4-t, fell out of a tie by losing; to Shipp, final and added another '14._
N Colby, IIKngiPoInt Uooor lowl 4t Wllllom 1.011 Bow AM.CAN, 'OOTULLlA.UI The Broncos looked good all the San Diego Chargers 26-17 I to his year's winnings which
20. C. W Poof 4Wlliomi Port NSW into 41 y omn..ur( Ito. ...,.,. 1104,10IL right They came from behind a TOKYO (AP) Jerry Shlpp now total 1124,000

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I*. 34 OloMtoroNorWMMMm Jun,...5 17 .....OUI..,. MI.II..totall.. 54. Namlly 11 0 in the first quarter here Saturday 'o'IIII7f'O I N 170p4404S ''' zone. I night, Marshall Stark, a New competition today by whipping little unfair"
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IX C.Tactl SDrwo4 IOokoi* WodoywtlX Doom 11 Daytona Father Lopes Now 700 30. 0,1.00 1)5o..w..514 58-yard touchdown period. game 76-45 over Australia crasa the fairway.HURRY..ONEWEEKONLY .

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12 Gainesville Sun Monday. October 12. IW

1964 Prideful Peterson Says I

a OLYMPIC : GAMES, 'Nobody Can Lay Off Vs' BIG ,

TALLAHASSEE (AP- Florida teeth in. They whipped us in ORANGEMEANS
f State University football every respect. I

I :Coach Bill Peterson, still bout I Peterson, whose face showed
to bunt with pride over bit plain astonishment Saturday
team's stunning 484 upset of R when FSU scored two quick I
Scollander Triumphs 'nationally-ranked Kentucky Saturday first quarter touchdowns.

warned Georgia today r praised his team like this: "I

,j ,. against felling FSU abort really think we have. a good,
.! I "Nobody can lay off us," he team."
( told The Associated Press. "Our Next Saturday, FSU plays
I, 111 1. lame[ Is passing; and our running Georgia at Athens. I Lf-

',1*_ ',. game Is coming along." Aggressive !
., a I FSU also baa a fine record of
r- defense. The team held three Peterson said his preliminary'
., '}' ,.; opponents scoreless and allowed reviews of Georgia's play showed
.1 Kentucky: only one touchdown an aggressive team that cap I
I Peterson la mostly proud of Italians on Its opponents' mis.
his passing combination of Quarterback .. takes. "They've come a long
ByTEDSMITS.Associated medal on this second day of respectively in 53.5 and M flat en's 100-meter semis In 1:01.4: Steve Tensl and halfback Y;' way this year," he said, adding:
: Fran Sports Editor competition, while Russia' Other U.S. medal winners and Kathy Ellis Indianapolis, Fred Biletnikoff, a combination t! f .,$DJ that he was concerned about I
TOKYO (AP) Blond Don blonde young Galina Prozumeoschikovt were Jeanne Collier and Patsy also qualified for the finals In. he calls among the best ,i't"A'> one thing: Georgia's defense'
fehouander brought the United acquired her country's Willard, second end third In 1:02.5.Australia's: In the nation. BILL PETERSON against a passing attack. '
:jStates .Its first gold medal of the second gold medal.Schollander women's springboard diving; veteran Dawn Rugged Defense be likes Ja'. Semlnolrs "Not too many teams threw I

;Tokyo Olympics Monday, winjihig an 18-year-old bantamweight Isaac Berger Fraser, however, led the parade And FSU'i ground game com broken -field l runners Phil against Georgia this year," he
; the men's 100-meter freeityto Yale student from Lake Oswego second in welghtllfting, and with a time of 5(9 seconds, bines an almost Impenetrable Lee Narramore; said. "We haven't decided what''
convincingly hi, Games Ore., won by a clears Claudia Kolb, second to,MIn breaking her own Olympic line with four hard-to-catch Spooner GI d In and kind of defense they use againsta ,
Wayne a r o Larry
Record time of 91.4 seconds. edge over England's Bobby MOoCregor Prozumenscblkora U the wom record. passing attack." '
-The United States also added and Germany's Hans en's 200-meter breaststroke The United States advancedthe I i Green Georgia has a 2-11 record
Area silver and one bronze Joachim Klein, second and third Fine Time maximum three-man team Elbert Davis It was all of that that knocked losing only to Alabama. Last
The IS-year-old Russian girl Into the finals of the 400-meter Kentucky out of fifth place na week,Georgia defeated Clem-
was timed In J.:48f, a Games. Individual medley with Carl Wins FeatureElbert tionally.Of ion 19-7 leaning heavily upon

record, while Miss Kolb, from Roble, Drexel Hill, Pa., leading the defeat, Kentucky the spectacular break-away running -
Santa Clara, Calif., finished In the way with a time of 4:52 Oat Davis of Lake City won Coach Charlie Bradshaw said of halfback Wayne Swln- LiT
w 3.476.: I Since this was the first time the the 25-lap feature Saturday only "I thought we were ready ford and a steady performance
Miss Collier, e pert It-year.event bad been held In the night at the Gainesville Speed- o play when we came dowr, ty quarterback Preston Ridle-
old from Phoenix, toot second Olympics, his time qualified asa way. He also took a match race here; but they just kicked our!huber.:
In springboard! diving on the record. rcm Gene Culbreth of Gainesville .. .. ---I I
/ strength of an outstanding effort I Dick Roth, Atherton, Calif, won the second semi-final I I
on her final dive, giving her a and Roy SaarI, El Segundo, and a time trial for a big night I II
total of 131.. points and a Calif, also reached the finals all-around II
paper-thin edge ever Miss Wil-'with times of 8:01.3 and S:02.3 Bob Scully, Gainesville won MONEEYJust I I
lard Mesa, 'Ariz.,, who bad Frank Gorman a Navy officer 'the first heat while Culbreth
139.19.Germany's. from New York, and Larry'took, the second heat and the
J Andreason of Los Alamltos, first semi-final.
arId Kramer-
j j"I Engel the defending champion, Calif., held first and second There will be another race I I tell us how much 0... z.ei.M eM Z. 1 1t
k won the gold medal with 1410 place after the first two dives In card Saturday night. I, you bills, need for to home pay I Im old a!'"' 3: ...'!. II=!? ,=!
men's diving, t
points. he springboard prov.m.nts. car ray 118500 $tI 00 142SOO $25.00
Berger won the silver medal and the powerful favored U S. meter run scheduled Wednes, Darsor. all your 219.00 1100 537.00 31.00
to his basketball team continued to day. seasonal l expenses.
welghtllftlng division witha Phone for 33100 20.00 100.00 34.39 Q
total lift of Ml.I rolL Frilot. a Marine corporal prompt. .
pounds, well : ,courteous service PqiMlrtl +lee,'a!MOTH o.d(nMIM, <.
back of Japanese winner Yoshl- The basketball team, sparkedby from Denver, was a prime canIdate -
"I nobu Miyake who had 674.S. Jerry Shlpp Bartlesvllle, for a gold medal He was
In general American swimmers Okla., and Joe Caldwell, Arizona floored three times before being
advanced as expected, State University, rompedover outpointed by Ugandan Ernest (-I
with Miss Kolb'i second place In Finland 77-51. Mabwa.
the _meter breaststroke a' Shipp scored 11 points Caldwell Seymour Cromwell of New I

pleasant surprise, 16 in the second straight York and Jim Storm, San Die- riNANCI MRVICI, INC. p
Break Mark U.S. victory In this Olympics 'o, Calif., won their double :
Jed Grad, Verona, N.J., and and 40th straight since the sport sculls heat in 6-JIM; Peter .f Gainesville 1
( Gary Dtlley, Huntington Ind., was made a part of the Games Barrett of Mequon Wis., won the 204 S. E. First Street ... . . .FR 4661: t
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bettered till Olympic record in In 1936. first of seven Finn class races -- -- -

Russia Gets First Gold MedalAloxey the 300.meter backstroke within VS. forces, however, suffered
minutes of each other In winning two major disappointments, an I I
first medal their semifinals.. Graef gotIt upset loss by welterweight boxer N II
Vakboaln, of Russia, center, wears gold
first at Maurice Frilot and an ankle I
MIT.: momenta
Games In alter
awarded la 1N4 Olympic Toky. winning
later Dffley trimmed a tenth of Injury to Gerry Llndgren, 18- I
bantamweight weighUilttaf event bj Tekeye today. At left IsImre
a second off BOB Bennett, Long year old distance sensation \
Feldl. of Hungary who was tecrad, shaking beads with
Beach Calif. also from Spokane, Wash. I
Japan's Sklre IchlaeeskL wilt finished third. Umeae clad made it. Into \
the finals. Llndgren suffered a twisted
Japanese gM carried the medals for the Bmeatallaa. Vak- I i Ii
which swollen badly YOU'RE WAY
Sharon Stouder, Glandora ankle, was
koala. lifted MM kilograms ( ozlmatey Ttt pounds) la the
CalU., won her beat In the wom while training for the 10,000- '
combined press, snatch sad Jerk for a new world record. AHEAD WITH GM

(AP Wlrephete by cable him Tokyo) .. ._ j


Buckeyes Passing! Does Make A Difference COVERAGEAMERICAN

ReturnsAt 1
By BOB HOOBING I yards than they ran, 130-116, High
Associated Press Sports Writer I with two completions going to FIDIRAL yen receive 1 AND

Seat This really IS unbeaten tackifrcllglble Jim Davidson.And LIIIRAL i ra I NATIONAL PRO

Ohio State's year to pass! Why' this Is the team where It ........ .... A.... hi t t;
Coach Woody Hayes doesn't was once rumored pus call In .4 kr Oft. lothMM DIVIOfiD.NDS Cub c- LEAGUE STORIES
.even get air sick anymore when the huddle was punishable by, toes Ott.lit. Ose.ad.d 6el,. ryl
one of his quarterbacks cocksan : t:1
arm. Arkansas I II .

t Sharpshooter Don Unverferth With Ohio State an exception, ii'
is Hayes Exhibit A In his defense most football powers get downto Safety HIGH SCHOOL
against charges of ultra grass-roota campaigning this I COVERAGE i
.conservatism. A nationwide week led by top-ranked Texas, At GUARANTY FEDERAL'your savings ore Insured fry
television audience can serve as which: faces ninth-rated Arkansas up to 10000.00 All the "Insured Safety" JOHN CLENDINDON ,
Jury/ Saturday when the Buck K the Longhorns are to be any Financial Institution can offer.Availability. GLENN UNIT
eye Big Ten leaders play host to tackled abort of a second
Southern California in an intersectional straight national title, the Razorbacks JIM KELLY

.. test. arc given the best MARC WEINSTEIN
With Judicious use of the forward chance to do It.
pass the option threat of Texas beat Oklahoma 2S-7 for At GUARANTY FEDERAL your funds are available -
the Unverferth rollout and the Its Ulh straight victory while for you at all times. JAMES RUSSELL
play execution which has be- Arkansas downed Baylor 17... JIM KING
come a Hayes trademark, Illinois' Rose Bowl championshave
fourth ranked Ohio State s must date with Minnesota ConvenienceGUARANTY Y
dunned Illinois' No. I forces seventh-ranked Michigan Is 1 z
TM to the big conference showdown visited by rugged Purdue and FEDERAL is conveniently locatedIn T
this pest weekend. surprising Iowa Invades Wisconsin uptown Gainesville.
The Bucks threw for more In the Big Ten this week. MACHINEGUNCAMERA
f Alabama, voted third In the 220 N. MAIN ST SERIES
most recent poll, knocked off FREE PARKING CLOSE-UP PHOTOSEDDIE
:Stings Hike previously unbeaten North Car-I DRIVE-IN WINDOWor i
olina State 114 with a little help I
from ailing Joe Namath and You con save with us by moil DAVIS
,,;State LeadMIAMI now takes its W SEC mark 1 We solicit and appreciate out of town accounts PUT THE PRESSURE TOMMY LEWIS

against defensively tough Ten. ,
(AP) Undefeated ..-. Georgia Tech comes eft'
Courteous and
teams dominated the first Its conquest of Navy to tangle Friendly ON YOUR I .
eight positions today. In the Miami with Auburn which minus the Service
Herald's High School Football services of All-America quarterback -
rankings. Jimmy Sidle due to a dislocated At GUARANTY FEDERAL we make every effortto II COMMENTS
shoulder.. serve you well in 0 Courteous and Friendly COOLING SYSTEMA IY COACHISAND
Topping the list wu Miami LSU at Kentucky Manner. ,

High with e 40 slate and DO Undefeated LSU Mill fifth- I cooling system eh ck-up on your GM car or truck is a job for an expert-your PLAYERS
points, which are based on class ranked Kentucky picking: op
of. opponents played. the pieces from its 4)4 pasting Remember GM dealer serviceman. He has special tools like this pressure taster to spot .

Second was Coral Gables. Blabu.o. from Florida State. After handing for PROFIT, for SAFETY for AVAILABILITY hidden troubles before they become big problems.With it h.can simulate normal
with 111 points..Pensacola Ole Mia Its second SEC defeat
High. ..... came In third with >>1f, Florida lakes on SERVICE Of FUNDS ITS, fer CONVENIENCE for FRIENDLY operating conditions to detect leaks in the system and) test the) pressure setting PRESS lOX REPORTS

137. I South Carolina. of the radiator cap.This important seasonal checkup should also include testing
I It
\ Fourth WU taken by Orlando I Other headline conference the coolant, battery and neater and inspecting the belts and noses-en essentialto
Cdgewaler: 444, with 101 and games list North Carolina Stale FederalSavings Jot HAUERSTEIN
fifth went to Pompano Beach, at Duke for the Atlantic Coast Guaranty economical satisfactory operation in the months ahead. Important mesons NIS NISSEH

t 144. with !H.Clearwater. gins lead Tech and West In the Virginia Southern.at Vim for taking your car back to your GM dealer. for Guardian Maintenance i service, IMNTCASON

i 444, was sixth Syracuse bombed UCLA out & LARRY WOODS
wuh M. Mfcwred. by Miami Palrnttsv of the Hndefeatedmnned class ,
.m., 99, Pata Beach 384, stopping national total offense .
r 3-e 61. 3daml Edison, 3.10,17 leader Larry %ell!) cold. ,Loan Assn.
aid Jmb .. 1M. 3.11, S1 Next for the Orange: Pena
was made ayeJhUeah, 50, I Powerful Noire Dame, ranked j. ....zI' ". ,, '. '" .,\ '. "ffIflU.
,.* mX-! sixth, moves from Its N-T victory 220 N..: MAIN STV ,'f.""'
Beat, over Air Force toward. a eats ,
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........ JIIIIe T \ .. for Washington, upset victim ef The Friendly Savings Center" .!wnlwt.es.esaaw
91k 8. WWer"Bav *:.; Oregon Kale, now has to beat Guarantee your Savings with"Guaranty" ,N.CNEiIMLJ'T _.
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Monday, October 12. 1964 Gainesville SUit IJT }


: Personalities Vs. Ideasf

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By JAMES MARLOWAP Goldwater has been campaigning started a little sooner, but not him so tightly and unyieldingly,
New Analyst since August. Actually much sooner I with her arms around him that

WASHINGTON (AP) -,The counting the primaries earlierin Johnson, in the tradition of he had to plead "Lady, pleaselet

1964 presidential race will be 1964, he i been campaigningall the handshaking American poll- me go."
remembered for more reasons year Johnson made a number tlclan, likes to mingle with the Johnson Is stepping uj h'ie

FLASHESNEW than the monotonous repetitionof of so-called nonpoliticaltrips crowds. It seems to enliven him. mingling pace, even though' the

Avoiding Loopholes MARKET limited Ideas and the fact) that served his political But this, according to repeated polls show him far ahead of

I. that the future direction of the purposes. reports, Is an idea Goldwater Goldwater. Goldwater equally

YORK (AP-Selective) :with tobaccos, building materials country was at stake. Nevertheless he doesn't relish. aware of the poll, hasn't
didn't hit the
Tax Bonus He still
Earn his tactics.
Johnson will changed
and contrasts probably never ,
May gains kept the stock market onan oils and nonferrous met The similarities road all.out until recently, t litti>
: even keel early this after:als. between thecandldatwa delay which may be largely due outdo his routine of Sept. 29.That remains friendly but a
climaxed 20- aloof from crowds.
he :
day s
If : WASHINGTON (AP) saving features for middle and noon In dull Columbus Day Rails showed a moderate follow President John to hu respect for the political What Isn't clear In this campaign
trading through to the strength that Analysis: sagacity! of President Franklin .
t Treasury officials are paying low income taxpayer since the two men's positions )
late aid! Sen -
banks Insurance spearheaded the market ion
Many ,: com What The D. Roomelt.He ,
Increasing attention to a propo' Even under the reduced rate: Goldwat have been known so long
and this week.
commodity exchanges
if,. sal that would give a bonus to which will apply in 1965. a married panics closed. The Associated Press average I1cNSBarry er, are enough remembers that In the 1940 an armored car at 1:45: a.m. on is whether either of them
the taxpayer who doesn't use man who earns $100,000 I Fractional among key of M stocks at noon was up Meant to fascinate historians campaign, Roosevelt didn't go a Boston hillside street. gained a single vole by all the

.any of the legal! loopholes. year and takes the standard stocks seemed gains to have a slight I.1 at 329.J, with Industrials up and political on the road until about three But even Johnson got out- traveling or whether they would

The plan, U originally advanced deduction would pay s rate of M edge over losers. A few of the:.1, rails up .4 and utilities off scientists weeks before the election. For mingled not by Goldwater but have done the same just talkingon

by Sen. Russell Long, ELa ). per cent on pan of his income higher-prIced or more speculative for years to come. whatever his reason, Johnson by an elderly lady who clapped television
., would provide relief for and his total tax would be $42,, 1The I ---
There the
stocks advanced a point Dow Jones Industrial average picture of the two
high bracket taxpayers who do 000. Under the optional plan, the
or better. at noon was unchangedat men feeding the public their J JI Jil
not claim any of the many spc highest rate would be 45 percent The strong demand for steel S7S.08, the historic closing endless diet of slogans: Johnson "41114 : rr turf ,

clal) categories which offer tax 500. and his tax would be $38 is likely to ease if the strike I high it made Friday. I preaching "unity" and "morality" ;Ot qvt 'v-- ., tlnee'iIAw' ;'

breaks. against General Motors doesn't and Goldwater Intoning ie ,

After trying unsuccessfully to Under Long's proposal, no ,end soon, It was reported by Prices were the higher American in active Stock I about "freedom" and "morali
attach the proposal to the 196 Tiding on "
steel GM stock !
; taxpayer would pay more thana producers y.
I s 110 Income tat bill. Long broadened 50 per cent rate unless he 'shaded to the downside but Exchange. While any serious debate m+li' eWt'4
I \ and revised it and put it In the chose to pay the higher rate and Ford continued strong rising Corporate bonds were mixedIn about these abstractions Is almost

a Congressional Record just before take advantage of many special I nearly a point, and Chrysler light trading. The Columbus totally lacking, the crowd

Congress adjourned. features such as different treatment was up a fraction [,Day holiday eliminated moat which turn out for both men
Secretary of the Treasury; for capital gains Incomeor I Steels< t Douglas Dillon and other top itemized deductions. unclear whether they're approv.

Treasury officials believe the Included in the plan Is a pro log the men, their Ideas or what erg .,
Idea has merit but they are not Benefits of Farm Price
Tress vision for raising the, ceiling I they represent
committed to
support from $1,000 to $2000 on the There have been no surprises
ury technicians helped Long Ink standard deduction. Thus, a ,in the campaign. The basic

,k drawing The latest up version the proposal.of the plan I taxpayer with Income of $20,000who Supports Told in Report difference in the philosophy of

had $1450 in personal deductions the candidates on the of government
retains the optional method of could forget about IJI1'.m. at a government cost of they say Is needed was
figuring Income tax whIch Itemizing deductions and take Nest fork ;tmrsWASHINGTON less than that amount. long known and clearly established -

has special Interest' for high the standard deduction of 10 percent A report re- -Feed grain producers' I Income before the campaign

bracket Income taxpayers '- which, In his case,wouldbe leased Sunday concluded that In for 19M would be $2 8 bil- began

and it adds some automatic tax $2,000. This would be a.isv- the last three years agriculture: lion lower with no program, and: In this growing society, which

Ing of about $200 for a married al price supports had addti d feed producers' Incomes are both men are looking at, Johnson

taxpayer.The about 16 billion year to farmers increased $200 for each $100 net thinks government needs to I

Late Morning latest proposal also Includes net Incomes. At worst the CCC. expenditure on the feed be big to meet Its responsibilities 1I I

a provision for raising report held, they kept the Incomes grain program. while Coldwater wants It

N. Y. Listing the minimum standard deduc- from falling 50 per cent smaller with Its responsibilities I: il i

tion by $100. The study was made by Dr. Cuba Travel far more limited and some
AllltChal 23' JoneslaL UM The plan would mean a revenue Walter Wilcox of the legislative eliminated

Alcoa 42 KslsAl 32* loss of $700 million compared reference service, Library There's a difference even In Moonprort Lab Third Complete
'AmAIr' 45% Ken'cott mAmCin to the $12 billion reduce of Congress, In consultationwith Due High the way they get their Ideas out.
I 431i LlggMy 14V tion In the 1964 tax law end it Is economists st the lam If there had been no news Thin massive steel I or rising from what was swamp and it Cap Ken

AmCyan 40* Loch'd MV not designed to bring generaltax grant universities and the Department conferences, Johnson probably nedy Fla" will become the world's largest building It will Nous the vertical

AmMot 1'" Lorillard 43Vi relief. of Agriculture.It Court StudyWASHINGTON would have thought them up. He aiuemhly of Saturn ,1 rockets for boost Ing America's astronauts to the moon.:

1 ATM H* Mag'vox 33'' was expected that the report uses them Indoors and outdoors The 100-foot-tall rocket will be transported from the building to launch pads

AmTob 3W, MpUHon 127 Assault would take a place promptly (AP) The particularly outdoors In a new three miles away In an upright position by the tower (upper left) on crawler
MMAM St*" twist leading and tracked device.China.
AmpxCp 17% In the election campaign Supreme Court agreed today to newsmen
Anaconda tt% Mohasco 134 beagles in a fast walk while answering
review decision that
perhaps with m lied reactionsind a the secretary -
Armour' MH Mons'to m! Hits of stat prohibit questions
Case Interpretations.Other may
MontWd 43*! who I I. the
Babcock 15
I GoldwaUer past EpiscopalActs
conclusions of the report travel of U.S. citizens to CUba. 'Leaking'Nllclear
BethStl 41 NatDair m sometimes talked too fast when ,.I
Included The decision was given by a
"j Boeing 15* Nalplst XV Grand farm :he talked off the cuff, relies now
Y JuryThe -During the period net three-Judge U.S. district court
lordeD 77H NAmAv : 4W mostly on written speeches and Urged
t Income was almost double whatit In New Haven, Conn, In a case
I ,, Bruinwk I" Penney 10% avoids news conferences Heisin't ::
otherwise would have been. .
Test Talk
y Alachus County 0 rand filed by Louis Zemel. His counsel
CaterTr37PRR 42 I had one since August. I II
I empaneled this morning Real estate values were appealed directly to the Supreme I On
j Celsius 70' PepCola W4 Jury, I Last week when he addressed UnityBy
from "several billion
kept falling -
tile fall and winter Court contending the
Chrysler I1H" PhilMor 79VCocsCola serve editors here ha refused to answer '
133 PhlllPet S5V term of Circuit Court, was asked dollars" a year. I case raised substantial questions their questions, saying It By JOIIV M. HIGHTOWER first Red Chinese atomic device. GEORGE W. CORNELL'
first business to indict -Net farm Income was boosted to the I will be sometime alter
as as secretary's authority exploded
ComEd 55 RCA 34 AP Writer
Pitts for $2.M for each $1 net Commodity to restrict travel wouldn't be fair since he dldn'tl WASHINGTON! (AP) Com the end of October. kVUglst
M RepSU 49HContCan Randolph rape. forgets
I ConEdls let their reporters ask him quest munlst China apparently has
Corporation expenditure .
ST. LOUIS AP-Th JJa.cop.1 :
of citizens (
481* Revlon :38VDowCh "In peacetime
la tions. begun a diplomatic campaign to The Implication of this and
Pitts, 23-year-old Negro accused on price support pro-
and the such Church, which regard l it.
*. 75'4 R, Rob 43% of constitutionality aI the for early explosion other which/ have been!
raping in I"year-olcl action. The Iwo men disagree Just prepare way reports self a "brid,." between Prol..
duPont 27JV4 StRegP 32% Gainesville white girl! Sept.' I gram.Net farm Income In 1944 much on hew to handle foreign' / of a nuclear test bomb and published In Paris Is that the
31 Seaboard MH Zelem, a V.S. citizen, In 19M eslantlum a ad Catholicism,
EAL behind an apartment house In would be only half of Its expected policy as they do on the prob- mure maximum political Impact Chinese/ Communist officials are
Kodak 130U Sears 124V4 the southwest section. He w.s.rre.ted $12 billion In the absence held a passport which he re- :lams at home In Africa and Asia now In effect confirming the went into policy making set
Firestone 44* Sinclair StVkFlaPAL quested the passport office In Ions May after (wiring t pica
Sept. 15 by sheriff'sdeputtea. of price supports difference In I officials that forecast of an early
StU Socony M* Washington to validate for travel And there's s Diplomatic say to acl-and not just talk-to bf
flint Chln'Relud..r
12 SouthnC M*. Wheat producers' I n c o m e to Cuba tourist. His their campaign tactics: Their Indonesian authorities who half of Christian unity. .
Ford at a request I which was made Commu.j _.
this was being Increased conduct with crowds In ptrticutr. clone In the Chinese
year .
SperryR 14V4 Pitts also could face Ir'l "
FrmstDa 13 escape was denied with the explanation
Secretary of State The church's presiding obV ,
nists' have been told that
FreptSul 43" StBrsnd 75 4 charges. He fled the Alachua about $700 million by the controversial that only per. e n s _u ____ ______ op, the Kt Rev. Arthur UcxUa: I
FruehTr 22* StONJ 88" County Jail three days after his voluntary wheat certificate whose travel might be In UM flunk said on Sept. M that berger also urged ChrlstUBf to

GenDyn 31%" StudebskGenEl P arrest, but was recaptured In program approved last I best Interests of the United 'iu<'h an explosion might occur I Miniate their principle .tata
MV4 Swift 52" Orlando within 14 hours. April as compared with no prVI" States, such as newsmen and Queen. Braves In the near future." His slate- deeds on contemporary. Issue
GenFds 88"" Texaco 84* uslnesamn with mint Is known to have been .
Ted previously established of social
State Atty. Duncan Justin.
ConcertIs based late
QenMlUf 44* Ghiokol Hit Merest, were eliblble on Intelligence Infor*
.GenMtrs 101" UCirb IMMiGoodrtcs tilt state' case ta the matins Including: high altitudephotographs But there were dlsseoUiuJ

81 H UnitAirc ..* grand jury.' Tomorrow which showed voices concerning both matters.
k \ I Zemel later filed his ,complaint Unruly Quebec
Goodyr 41H UnFrult 18V4Greyhnd Since Pitts' arrest, local law In federal court In New construction of large and ad- There linn were sign ef

21"" USSteel 11% officers have declined to say T lie Florida String Quartet Haven He said h* wished t
GulfOil M UnivMat IWIntHarr whether there Is any connection featuring Edward Troupla and satisfy his curiosity shoot the OTTAWA (AP) Queen ''''route from the airport Into the!he Chinese mainland The United ber dennrnlnstlim'l triennial

84H WislgEl 40V4 between the Sept 1 attack and Inn Claire Forbes at the violin tale of affairs In Cuba so ss II, with a cool and EIIII'lMoth ([capital. engulfing the queen In a Stales' also Is understood to(general convention began work
IntNlck I7H WlnnDlX 39% the series! of assaults anti ate Robert fchieher: with tile viola to make him a betterInformedcitizen. atist-marred Quebec reception hall of cheers as she pn.ined have had evidence that the Chi.'11ft in ers of mounting and un-
IntPlp :34V4 Woolwth 29V tempts which occurred In and Marla Henderson playing behind liar arrived smiling I I She will be In Ottawa for two!n... were In the final stage of I precedentedl fraternity among

jauiesville this summer. Two the vtollncello, will give a earcert Sunday night to a warm days. Extra security prccsu- preparation for testing different churches" "

Gainesville women were raped Tuesday at 1:15.: In t'nl- Men's Garden liankiglvlng holiday eons will continue. US officials believe the first;r For the first time, three Roman
LawyersTo by a Negro and several other veriity Auditorium. III the heart of :
wele.om'l I Small sporadic dimonntralinni explosion will be in Catholic priests' are at
fircatened "Virldlana," a Spanish film Club MeetingThe Canada broke out all ever Quebec!atmospheric shot sully det.ut-I Rending I use two-week meeting

Gather Also In Circuit Court tod.yJudie of IMt vintage, will be shown She welcomed, after 33 si the queen moved about the hie by American devices which,as observers. So are several'
J. C. Adkins Jr. ached Oct. 11-14. at 115: p,m., in the Gainesville Men's Garden Qu..1(city Saturday hi a bulletproof:record firth shocks: sound Orthodox churchmen.An .

led arraignments and sentencing J. Hillls Miller Health Center I Club will meet tonight at 8 In hours in Frenchspeakingbee Prime Minister and car, convoyed by a mm' nf!,waves, and the level of radioactive pastern"Fxumenlcal Day" ha* been,
In Atlanta by
procedures Auditorium. Sponsored by the the Guaranty Federal Building Mrs. Lester B. Pearson Thewueen ,,,,,lire sod troop. DripHe the fallout,! in the sir st great I Idlsl.nrta I Vhedulsd later this week hi
Criminal trials are expected jslnesvllle l Film Classics ,220 N Main SI husband PrimePhilip !demomtriilnns, she stuck to ai' from a lent sue. Kjw.u'atlon .i I whlth .
and her : Episcopal represents.tlVa
ATLANTA A nine stale to begin Thursday morning I II League, the movie has been Dr. James Ne Smith, soils full schedule Of aptw'eranreo'' Is that the test will be / will various i't
were to Join today'sThanksgiving meet at sem-
Regional meeting of I Members of the newly.seated termed "one of the most controversial specialist. Agriculture Ext e n- celebrations In tII.tI\ tfd far Into the night:felt! In China' remote Sinklang it"arlll t' for discussion with
American Bar Association films made." Ion Service will discuss'What !08t of the I
e rind Jury are: dfrrMnstrs'lng wee province.The .
the Canadian capital Catholic, Lutheran and ether
aber 2124 Is expected to att i Harvey W. Layton, foreman, Homecoming activities takeover s Gardener Needs to Know 1 dine by about ZM college' church theologians./ ;
tu-I :
1008 or more lawyers reon Johnson. wire foreman Friday and Saturday. | About Soils" ThouMndi lined the ID-mile dents. Chinese word to Allan\ before the
- and African governments I Proposals convesvi
judges her for a top :Joseph-D. Morgan Jr., Peter J: aol
lion call for tonllnued reunion"
I I'
rrir' t' tit parenUy did not specify s dan i i
.41 professional program :Hahn, Robert Jenkins, Daniel ditruacloM with various Fret
'yyy or deadline for the ,
I win Include addresses by C Kney. Gerald Wayne New C 'dr ... Mail. \..'*nt bodies, and also InviteI'fnrmsl
*Ury of Itate Dean Rusk 111I11I. Freddie U Milner. H.nry %4.eor.% "
( and Informal talk
Aden DttDei. former dl. R. Hinkley, Corwln M. Mokler, I The Chinese diplomatic: drive "with Roman Catholic' reprtsnt'alive >

teg-*f Oat ,Central tateffl. 'Bruce A. McCr.". William J.Llndaey .: )' ;to prepare the way apparent!) ;' / *.
Apnqr and member of Leo M. BUxbUs, .i' has two major objectives (tau The Church b
Kplwopal I
> Warns -Commlssioa which Woodrow W. Cannon, Cheseley .f -1. .if' Is In try to overcome In advance I branch of (he world.wld* Ant>
i ted tM assassination B. HalL Willie Calhoun George \ any adverse reactions whajwould \eat communion of 44 stunt
k. Hardin and Henry E.:Coburn.NonAligned ) .J1 ( be
President Kennedy. from I
.' ti .,f expected cmirv nirmtlns, The convent!**) I II
Secretary Rush will speak at / tries which have long opened the church's !top governing oo*
1 opening general session on ., ... .t .I ; sny kind of nuclear/ testing and\ grens. '
ttober 0 at the Atlanta Bill- ,, have supported the limited nuclear \

sore i hotel Others M At pro- EndConference t .. .. ttft-ban treaty At the opening service Sunday
Nations .. .31
win Inchid Lewis F. The mood I la !believed/ rrre to'nlfht, Dinhop" UrhtonbsrgsrI
Jr. of Richmond. Va. \ "' III be to build up Hut Chirr prr* I Cptseepalltniover1: andover

eldest of the American B ration l\ \ ". the and In effect'<< begin practicing : sgiln for many ,.,."
; Gov. Carl r laaGoorgal. a and, of atomic dlplnrrary jhev declared their MOef hiCnurrh

d mt Attato CAIRO (AP) Th second .. .. ..... ', wl. .. \ewe More the blstt occur. : unity, but deny d*
Ivan Ails Caatetaet; of Nonaligned Nsttaat ... ... ."" .'..... 'Actually! Wettrra officials uy (It''tnouih shout It.

U. L Ssfratw Bert, JusItarls ended Sunday with an .....___ J ''will/ be five to 19 years before Many people be said,. shy
attack M the United States' the Chinese have ofweapons
a stockpile
B. Wktttakar. rto *
away from taking 'any action
another ...tio.allypwe pelley to Southeast Asia. The and adequate deliverysyitcmsalrplanM r that ,would require clang
final communique ab rejected )l: \
i who will speak October RId China's view that force Is .. 4t /: ,. er f'It bll- ..In our Episcopal ways."
which would! them
qualify If i
at a Lawyer-Laymen con- .. .
ones i devoted to traffic court necessary to defeat Imperialm. ....6 6in .\ true nuclear power. I I'I I The bbhop. preparing t* step
down from his /is week
ant ..
will address an aabty -, The conference recommended \.. .'( \ f No Dollar I because he Is suffering from

luocawox M October negotiations to Mutralixe\ Laos L .... 'I I Parklnwn's disc**, repeated e
Cambodto and Met Nam. It a I waved loner ..
pet *f aatioMl d*> calsd for tilt withdrawal *f II "" r. \ Dt\Y Eft (AP) No Denver:, protettlnf thechurch's

Krttogy sflsaur are- breiga troops In twill riot DnIUr will be given Presidio, lent. activity' Id social."reb.. J

devoted to auntie.Nam. when the United Hates Johnson oa hu campaign vktlo I I

eaesmtfr'' a* wan iawaab.. 1US mh0y adtir -. Denver today. He Mid the Church .xHt* far

M pOIMteas al awttoaalltosk late trying to prep y the SufMperrfla TIle sliver dollar encased In'more HIM Jut wuriMu to H*

rfto spirt a..a.c GHS Majorettes pbstk. traditionally la gives lint...,. adMatf: llw Lry> who '*>SMi attacks.' to visiting celetriues. But a keep nun OrlsUMla emo...

d i awrlr yam to At.wffl I B ass* askad iV rtsmDpUo ,seise mrtafaMtor aaww* r* M tap between katva af CaJsMsrvIO High Hchool fwttjall SSSMD ai CHI- spokronao far the welcoming one pork* MS) titer i 1leidgiYt.

to iwasrainsj to Ms d the ...... Owe CsJareac > Mail ,had tfeto MstsM. suM prwvUtM la* eatertdamest with the CHS bead will I* tkr ? "locrtle*. |n party sa4 one veal t* given and artless asMsjt I Relief ed

> stale M asb lMtiieI w Udec .bus r wart w tba tee, free Islt, ere Psi Deuglsi, As. ltflae.. Veins McKLg Rhine. Geeller, Katby &a and Gall the Preside because Us wife prinks IMS] sa* aide w dt'ad

I is N m toajmssH lrttdthwa. BM.pssnM mhe.Ms It lilt Reeve. Free left. aUsrftosJ. ar* Carol Saw*, Judy KJf Lode JUy* *4*, Marti Itaaha, JUxy J. Bdba, lot one recaatly who she via*'4 Justlc/ to 8MHSVpan1 patdlN gjtltMt

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DEAR ABBY: ;am a college freshman. 'I drew a girl'sname I think I have taken enough punishment for a loss I had ,r WHATSSO UNUSUAL OPEN LADY THE COC45rARE MUMMY CASE A )lJT of 7D :1 TNES/EEPOCRIM90/ WRIT THATAtNOHE N/LALafX WHODfftJKBS
mixer. When I called for her at her nothing to do with. '
for the. freshman ISNTT LAC 03LDSTAR I ABOUT A/NGO THE+ FOURTH. fl\!, Hit MosrpneooufA0SS45S0A7.
I dorm I WM cleaned to find a nice-looking girl with a friendly A BLUE DOMESTIC APPLIANCE All UNUSUAL? SHE'S fl* HER P + .'.' s'+ ?
personality. After one dance she suggested' : we fo eome- NEVER t / r
where and "talk." We spoke hardly ten minutes when she DEAR APPLIANCE If your hatband Is really the e.cIea Z BEEM .
was all over me. I spent most of the evening trying to talk portray Urn to be, you'd do better hiring yourself out as a KISSED.. rw
her out of what she was trying to talk me Into. Abby, I want housekeeper. At least If you didn't like the place, you could = yr t
to be pure for the girl I marry, but If this one Is any exam quit. < j ,
ple of what I have to put up with, I am going to have mine .
fight! on my hands. How can a fellow act like a gentleman DEAR ABBY: I have a friend with whom I went all through
with college girls without getting the reputation for being a school. I shall call her Mary. Mary has many good qualities I
square or a cold fish? but she doesn't make friends easily. I believe I am
SAVING MYSELF her only friend. A few months ago I became acquainted with Ql'r... r Li4r
another girl. I will call her June. June I is a very likeable ..wwyW
DEAR SAVING: Don't Identify all college girls with the person and has many friends. Mary let me know that she
miss yon got mixed up with at the mixer. Hang oa to your did not care for June, but I didn't see what that had to do
gentlemanly Instincts and your reputation will take care of with me. Now Mary has told me that if I don't give up June's ....
Itself. friendship she and I can't be friends any more I like them townzYsi .
both, Abby, but don't want to make a choice. We are not ear sows r
DEAR ABBY: I Just read the letter from the lady whose kids. We are all young married women. What would YOU .......- WHEN N6 GIT THAT
husband keeps his first wife's picture on his dresser. There do if faced with such a choice? LOAD OF WOOD
must be Iota of us. I have been a second wife for 12 years, TROUBLED t INTH'HOUSEKtf
and I can sympathize with her. My husband still carries his rI'Je
first wife's picture In his wallet. (None of me.) He named DEAR TROUBLED: I'd choose June. Ne one has the right to e
OUR ion after his first wife's father. He also has moved a dlcate who yew ether friends shall be.
cardboard carton of her love letters around with us every .
tone we've moved. Why don't men who just can'l love again CONFIDENTIAL TO BIG BROWN EYES: Yes some women : I IrI'J
hire a housekeeper and leave women who need love and affection have hesbaads who cheat and lie. Yours confesses to yen, IZ
alone Please print this. My husband reads your column.ly which means he only cheats. Big deal! You're only half-safe!

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Monday Evellnl Gregg Albright:. Ell I 1 otl "Ch.nge of Add ress.' O News 1 /,
r 1111 0 Wells Fargo Reid. Keith HoDlne and his wife 0 ArithmetleA {t
A 0 MIlIa Deeglas. II I'" Get I Secret move Into I house by the m Cameras Please
0:210 Memeate II .porta 0 Football BIPIIIIIII sea I house that he' 10:31 0 m word for Word "' "a.r'** TONBHTI WANT TO TAKE J CAME BACK STACSC/SU LEAVt i j 13N"I RICK/ P PII
i 0:11: a Hewwpe 1:11: e N Bristol Court determined to live In even II I Lo'e Lucy z AS TUNE IS M IOTN YOU AND MIUSIO WORD FOR THEM TO THAT MISS dill IS ONE t W ,
0 Wend CJYi1IIItIoI Tom, Dick and Mary: though It gives his wife 0 Arm Chair Adveatures ; teovelco! ,At OINNLR MISS CAL ADMIT YOUBNULFIM / THE LOVEU13T FtRSOMS IVEEVERMEtDltWOROANIS..ISFnsTwrHU 4 4SNE
1:11: l. (Color) heal News. Mary I la sure she e I n the creepsC.st Art lIur 10:45: 0 World ef Numbers lid I HOSPITAL 'F YOU DON7 KNOW MARRMDI II I IS
I:. 0 News, .Weathers succeed where Cupid ills Kennedy, Phym T h ax- Forms D0N SANTEtl. ? HOW THRILLED
ter, Royal Dano. y OPFERS TO .: MELISSA WILL
llporta failed Ihe' going to J
11'55 B News r1 tV SHE'S
e Sunshine Almanac find the right girl for Dr. !0 SIIIte,,', People 11ee:;: it) tD Concentration C stows! OF YOU*MOSTa i 1
1:11 0 N.w. BlhUlI1I Dick Morin, Steve Fr.nk. question What E y e r 11:15: 0 Scope e FAITHFUL FANS'if / ;
Sill B m Newt en, Joyce Bullf.nt, Don Happened to Ezra?" C.r-
11:30: 0 m (Color) Jeopardy 4'v
i II N.wa-Crollklta jallow.y. Guest Cast In. IOnvlUe I. I unique state p McCaYI I I
0 Reading clude Jean Hale and Institution for the I g e d gg New Horizons
7:. 6 Zane Grey Dorothy jreen th.t' about to be shut Ii ,rrI ::1
t :.. B tD (Color) Say When
Picture of Sal' II Andy Grlfflt" down, but not If 84 year II Love e' Life
0 Perry Mama Hillbilly Ernest'T. Ba I. old Ezra Tll1Icolt III a Ildu.try e1l Parade I
m 'ne Cue of the Scanda winks an education, 10 A''". anything to say about It. 1:15. Geology 117 .....
bus ScuIptor" cry persuldes H. J e n to Richard: Crennl, Maxine '
125 News WHV THS
I ,d 0 WIIat'l New take him Into her flflhStu.rt.. Edward Asner, 0 ID Political Talk ( WAOES DRAWN WOULD 0f: CAN'T VET I ED EGGS
o. t h Paul Geary Guest cast In- V AND CANDLES ROMANTIC IN'r 4cMOOD /
H.bill AttO
Topics: e grade class, Don K nits, ROMANCE
IZ:3I 0 mCousegaecea(Color) Trutll or ( ON THE TABC.6IM TO t4AVS A ua'r DON'T ,O
pronghorn antelope: prop. Aneta Coruut .Howard eludes Ed Wynn and Rle- THSMORNING' GANOLELIGHTBREAKCAST TOuaTHERi {
1 ertiee 01 gravity; Chinese Morrll, Ronny Howlrd. hard KiieY II Search for Tomorrow y,,
folk music 0 Camera Three 11:. 6 0 News, We I' her IZ:45 II Guldllll Light .l
r ID M 0 V I E- (Color) 1:11. m Andy Williams Sports 0 visiting Spanish N.lgh-
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t Prince Valiant, on hia way edi.n Phil Harris, pianist Weather IZ:55 B m News
i to Camelot to join King Llber.ce and Brazilian 11:21 0 Movie 1:11 0 News, Weather i
Arthur' court, discovers composer and bossl nova "The Hong Kong Affair." II Midday
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I ed by the Black Knight. Joblm, to Hong Kong to II I nd 1:15 m Focal I ,
Robert Wagner, Jim e I 0 Lucille Ball out why a tea pl.n.taUon 0 Elemenllry Spenl.1II I r + = .
Mason Janet Leigh, Lucy' old name Vinnie Ie losing money. Jack K.l1:31 m (Color) .Let'l Make .
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Karen: Against her I.thMooney .t the b ask, and Leo, 1.0 Lila Shek. (oe 0 Humanities Cot -CL VMS TeiS ofoST IiI
er'l wishes, Karen takes she tries to soft 10 ap hour, 20 min.) 0 AI the World Turns NO NOlr IOIULAR 1011 THEM WOUID MAVtFMANCtO
up surfing and darts dathim Into giving her In .d- 11:31: 0 ID Jllhnlly Carson 6 Science 1dMT N M6N XA ll NS. WWXEIDUCATON q
Ing surfer Hoot Dubblns, I vane on her allow.nce. TUESDAY 1:51 m News ,[, mien 10 DO WTHtut OOREJI GIRLS -. 8UT HCQVXl
real Iwlnger R I chard Vivian Vance, Gale GotMorning and Afternoon 2:. 0 ID Loreita Young p y WO HOULDrft WttCK h1tL wllD lO /NE-! AND IW r
NOT 60Ni6 10
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Mary La Roehe, Y al 1 e 11 1 D'OI'IIY 1:11 fA grope 0 Sip Off S-iVN i YOU PAILI _

I Summers, Bern.dette WI0 At I..u. Discuesiea a Sunrise Semester 1:31 B ID Doctors 1uee&i I
ther. (Return) TAIs eurrent.afii Llvln: Words O House Party l ,:bd
0 ToaclI.f: Fame lairs series begins its new 0 Local New.. Weather II Political Talk D
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Fellow M.n" night, the Supreme Court m HI), Neighbor 25 a News l ,+ it
1:11 0 II Bristol Court examined !In the light of 1:31. World Clvlllz.tlon 1:31 B (Color) Yea DoII'1
Harris Alllnlt the World: recent attacks on It. 1:51 a Farm and Rome SlY
The Harrises plan to make 1:31: II Many Happy Returns 7:11. ID Today II Edge .f Night

t bachelor Gregg Albright Normally lOUr S" I r p Andy e' M.yberry m Popeye'l Pals p NCK: re MU 'Van hie NIMSil Wa 001.Tb NICK TMEI Y ANe Ala PLYNorWi ,
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celstul college beau, wish den burst of friendliness 7:51" Local News, Weather a Secret Storm E3.N MY,FAj, IN ?d' LAY OUT ri>M, T11G OUczN WAS WKJtwI W.W.I-TVi t1esT| ,
I he were the happily marand. In In y I 'I lion toN: II Captain Kaagaree m Weedy Wlllllprtker Nit 70410 v c.; cndo.ILITATIDN 70r. MA000Y TELL WALTZESIN TNI tWo ASP TO -INoPIIOO ovt ronne euvgnee PUNCH CARD ow TN
rigid family man Alan spend I weekend on his .:.. 6 Divorce Court t5 0 News '.- ---- rLAN.. PUTOUTTNICATS PeoNGAt7.2.nil
Harris Ie, Alan: J I.e k bo.t. John McGlv.r, RueO Bachelor Father t:3I 0 Leave It T. Beaver 11 AW loot THE coca ties TECH.-
Klugman Kate: Patricia sell Collins Guest cast In- m IClllllrl) Romper Room a Belt fI' Groucho
Barry. Billy: David Mackeludes Joan Tompkins ':3111 Jack Benny m Movie 0F ii*.
1In Cliff: Guy Raymond. and Mljel Barrett m Jack La L.nue "Intent 10 Kill" /+
Del Del: Claire WIlCOI 1/:11: e AlfrelHlltllteck: II:. O Make Room for Daddy 0 Quest for Advealllrl ( st.
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Let's Protect Ike -

l>e fe trsaa AND 'atn Lt, wT ; LlaouLNT Ii'LLAR.L :
fMINO airLa S tA,t TOTO AOUT Anc.iTH
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WASHINGTON A group oft confused. I dent Eisenhower has served his Eisenhower to the Congo Cyprus uL
Independent citizens have It.rt-I Then to top It off. Sen. Gold- country in war and peace, and Hurricane Ethel, without 1I== _
ed aa organisation called water announced: I It ba was whereas he has been the President Iflrst checking with Mr. Eisenhower
"Americana for the Protectionof elected President ha would send of the United States for or the American: Broadcasting I 4 I
President Elsenhower. Mr. Eisenhower to Viet Nam.I eight years, and whereas be has Company
" The reason they started It was This came as a surprise to till,made a great contribution to $ ,
"Furthermore JZj
that, although Mr. Eisenhower former President, as no one had the Republican party, the Americana we believe
has been doing everything to,bothered to ask him If he wanted for the Protection of Pres- since Mr. Eisenhower was a :
help Barry Goldwater the only! to (o to Viet Nam. As a matter -Went Eisenhower see no reason:former Republican President he == iel
., thing Barry Goldwater has done I'' of fact It Is known that why he should be sent .la South has a right'" to know what Is j
for Mr. Eisenhower Is to offer Ii,Mr. Eisenhower has refused to Viet Nam without his permis' going on In the campaign, and
to aand him to South Viet Nam.I ego I to Philadelphia for Sea. sion. I someone from GoMwsler "headquarters .
After TV show' should explain/ it to I.-l. PLE.se wee veoNTup
appearing on a 'Goldwater, much less Southeast "While Sen. Goldwater probably him. e 'see's' CAI[ vM. .
with Mr. Goldwater and agreeing Asia.When meant no harm,. U la felt A avs'w owwa CM'S' w [i efE usual
with everything he said. I lie "heard about Sea.Goldwater's by A. P. P. E. that there art I -Abo, A. P. P. E. believes g mires osc eer out oat eeiLp o cGPS V Name
Mr.Elsenhower showed up at I, last offer, be waareally many younger mea whom Sen. that. u a Republican Mr. Eisenhower I L toMei'tut ILL CALL W4 COPS' MST w4esLLAyM
the World's Fair and said there bewildered. Goldwater could send without', should not be put la the;= A PN.RI
was aaethmg wrong with the The organisers of A. f. P. E. their permission first I poattta el saying something I euot'swlri
dIIIPIIII tad he didn't know Ia somebody had to pot Tomer Vice-Prastet Nbroa -.about endear weapons which i P D -tUiI
wftttl It we atop to confusing President. Go,. Rockefeller Oaf. win Immediately brig him eoo.arataIadonl w s.uAS.ensn I!
r .,/Inr dell later Nell Me- Eisenhower. Scranton and Sen Keating an. from President W Pisa I
>> .releeM[a position paper: The main abjective j l of .have been tougher on See Goat- JehraL I tPSNA6a/IS' I; ,
e .......waapaaa which: Mr. A. P. P. E. Is to see that the water than Mr. Eisenhower I "la conclusion, we believeSea. ,8 J'I
]Iy.eeewer atMawaWt. think,I!former President does not .haveto and Coldwater should offer to Goldwater should) go back,
inanaf. ,M [hills-sis'. He was leave the country against his. end any one of them to .his as Gettysburg, talk to Mr. Zanies
taoMtUUt "TCjjf'Jj' !will place.A.. hewer ana more time, and then I
.h.0; ... .., ,! In a proclamation A. P. P. E.,, P. p. E. also urges .. start lia campaign all aver
I ion, which made ft* ttwwcit-i;says Whereas former Pn *- Goldwater not .la send Mr. .....to -

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everythingfrom I NOW- : ,.. S HO P s.o'I w.. I XD

II AISt1 .rISN C Lt-I C 'L L 111AC1OSS
I Car* Of TtunM I
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loot a FWM ,
#' ,. 30. Seaaoss L Eo G4.. APR A L. I <
4 PoromllnlorvtoM
1. Allis.. 32. .
1 TrIrN IIdrwis IuI Ship' It t. A Eo t. L. S P A I NAB

MCll Hottooo S.LambeltllarJ c.0..', M A Ii 0 0 $ 0 Ii A/VD/

f PMrlotl A :;l'' I.au'!,.b boot ZS.C td' 0 D 0 V L A a II I L T 4 C I..: FuNK
1 to*. .*..*> CMM Car ... ullletl I
1 IS' 11.a'blNhoC POD\ A" O. ERR.se' .
f PIMM T. S. An* t1..uN
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l 71 Truck* Mr lab
.. 7t Truck WORM IT.Adloara 113.4T. l:=UY" ISoludoa T. Suaday'a Puzzle) :

N Trocten L Track: ....,... 1
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19. Sum.
n ." ..... Hontok) 1 THETIME' 20. 48. Sods DOW 5.V Igor .t 119 W.. Univ. A,..
fanlUJ affair
: NMotorcydo* i SootoroN .. 1. Body of 6. SuN
1 M AvNm.WN RaNln 22. aady .9.Swamp .ncllPl .nhlll Shtll.,'. .Mora vlfe witty .f **... wHkrtott
a. llnI" S0.Spoke OrlflMl iHUcH SonoVlcli w.II.1 Ihrcviht -
AutomoWloo for cbIt4 Sl. .. viii 7.jaiukr I t Goiliittvlll. a. Ik. (p..Mity .f ilw k_. flay
M two* Can t. 111yWts wdibt9T. ..,, ...... .
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07 AuMO w_ .Core 52. Nllnunl pI 'T : + with I tall. ...4 4jrwM. o* Scklili w
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I IpUCATIONAl- IlOna WIDp 4. CO'Dered .abet .
II Ichoon ft tnolracnuiit : 10 Dank In ,II... now Mash .. UOI NW lot ....

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r .oiulwbk.Skolky'i.
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: 11 MOM"' ) Hl. W...MII AUTOMOIILES U. as Indeblsd Sonbif Hwni 11 A.M. ta I A.M.
Molt-MOM"' or .......* w 25. Chaim *

14 SlIM Molt Wont** TO 26.Tira.rue Wad Nr N. W.. '. SPOTLIGHT

'I' : I II Work Warn: Pomok B iI.PIII.

J ''tJ'w-l BICYCLES a S!.Sewed oIRISS. DINING *
ARMS UVUTOCKM "" 1I1r1S6. yr ,..I ,uM" r ...., COCKTAILS
Porm I.,).*..! C CLOTHESD ba.1 fun tar MI only ytMt rum LARRY, RESTAURANT. UNIVERSITY INN
V Pot. ft tarUHMrM SOY Mmn Mo au w. UrtltkAw.Omn CSaros.r 51.51
.0. TTPi d pant 14 noun o ..,. Oacm. Imtrowhurd
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..-..... Tot ..* GET U.SptrslI lop N 5.05.' 1/r.5 or l Iv" I ... oi' NoMono *>. 111 I A M. Si looaf OrMdll't
M PMi ft tupfUoollUvotfock DISHESE U.TsrmLahe. tool OMr. llo* b. (DOA CornlM ft llchtnl Portion trdwt
15511.4FINANCIAL ; DINING ft W ROOTItIR STAND Its "G ..W. 1715.1. PS. 1losA
44. At IIIwrUtln IN; NW urn w. '
I iI I '.. : musk ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? for .,lea "tr' )>m r.UOlmorM HAPPY THI HOUR ORLIANt I M P P.M.
I II' H 4$.-Aviv Dl, M 1an45.1145 lit lilt III...... P M. OHMSArEHOUSE I Cackitilo Mr lilt rko or I
N 110II"-... """"'. IiiiN EGGS .6. Hoo.ly (Ill otmMorm tI lIMpS : RESTAURANT D_... lo lilt mill rt lilt CoOFM -
jf 0 Mm M UwMornoaoi MANAROI RIITAURANTWKlolUn Mn4w11MS 5.14 MIC5aM WM., prl. ft s.t,
,..It: abbr. III P.... ftl'Cft.WIt
** I LNa.M. on IH II N A M IAM. III ItoMi to voniciiMi
< "" to IMs It sin on' aISlr 4.11111. 11.1111I Pt. 75KN00N55 ROOM irin ROOM
I MMO,WaSN.MIRCHANDISI. F I'lt H.w_... ... .11 'M I m w. Unl. A... cwlw IJIII M. .71751/
I THAT 171.4.55 '

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i *i Modiimnr ft 1..51i G ALAN, Mi. IINOW't'II 'HOPAe. .
; GUNS .... W Unlvwilry A<*. ... oitoki ....... $5.7 MINI
M IYlldlnp MtftrIIIIL CLASSIFIEDDial I KILO' CARS .......... .._.. I II 11.55 Unl. 5,511 O"ICI1ft -HUMPTY-DUMPTY---- 55 III' a.5n Ns11Nt. /s5
N..u1MS .INN lid I.u'_ _lie ......... 755. Ciripn PlNISISSS mi iw nr ot PR O.HQI. .
L I IMdwkSM r ea5545 dMn5r1
AMLu.s .1st55, P55.5 FI 11750 555 sick' wit IlIslSSrssmS ..,..
-- .1 < M lnii>o nom or oteuro.
t.. ..' M MM."' Mr tot* H HOMES j--TINY TOT OlKl (rlllM ....... lie MINtLllV OOMI It N A M. 10 It.Ml t AMUUMINTSPUMtANO *
-I NW IWI 01.
A Trii PSISN BETTER PLAY SCHOOL I II 7n alit fir (OH. troo OMlMnrAIM .
DoMloui.IwKwnl m.lf.la.pwr' m115
Puol Oil ft Wash 378.1411 Kilt t ochlin *... loom A11eI.m.M CM5.r
1 ,Ttiootl Marino Iqula, _$51111 e1 -: II.r 71rls1h7 omi on tao. sit W U"'''. Avo.or Prlot_CM Mttrvlni OMKM M .... ** Olrlltrvn
501. 55 Snq C. siis 4/11555 II 150/5 .
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not iw iwi e.wsOUR .
1 Announccmtnts PIIINCID 'rut... wifiM. SERVICE51nt
Apoly Larry RoilouroM IUnlvtrtlly ,
ISTATI FOR1ALIttMobllo J JEWELRY Aw*_. IO"'L INO > ro him .! lilt ",_. 10 _. MOf UrOHV IN THI
I 1 LOST I Irb.rnAnr I PAIN LANIt ......m M M.
Momoo Mr MoMLott { CARlIN b POUND Wa1TaIwelded Iv .vanp1. DIN! t DANCIDIMCTOtV
mil. giy H aoroM only toUWtJt OHM ovonr mtM tor your SR DUTCH TREAT
lor WoMCottogoo =' fMMIrd50..' lat I On* C.. (oyminl (torn S A M. H I A Mfrx .
1WN5 ___
.. WIIIrfronI Prgr1Y K Willis tOIl ........... curly MAID wonto*-N> llv* toCHII ads minorv oorolc*. RESTAURANT
KITTENS 1511 prlcu _. wlarl5' pM51IMlar. Hot "'il. ... Irfr4U4 ..Hot W UWv Ass
II HousN Iv 5051t 551.r Mn11 ads t 5550 4.l
none ciu*. prtono .* *. ..,.... ,....... ...... Coil -- -

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,. CALL 171-1411.
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i Roiloontlol, tntomo M MIRRORS 14 I. Unto OPMI AM Vlr/u Ofi* ,. ..* mow
MQHtt hr M Sun Want Ads Get Results
,. on* MBy-illtor" with rol. t Sits
41 "" ft Acrotgo SPECIAL I I to prlvoto" li*"*. II." Oct. II
' account.. Prottrty Amiss Mon 51 TIM. Oil 5714.
I. RINTAU4H NOTIONS HOW '.''''1... AlocDut' II lo Y. 0wIt lT4Ml rt.llM. N*
441.'IMPtrmmnn w..Kln. *. too* "'II,. Prwio P*
Color00Primty Rntolo NORTH U ads up PHI I I I I 31411 .
l PKIOI' or M iicur* wim M oito
44 Cottoaoo lor' Ho* 0 I Oil' ,.-Ltriln_,WllhtriloenUKlll .. .... CMvInOwnor .and. 12 Mai. Hoi* W.....

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to MTMM oriy 1145115 0151115.. 51.. l.o rl_ r..mr.N This Week's
Mr RoM Pars P I Ii 5 *ley Orlmnt KHMI.KjMLlit 5,5 : T"I..II-
PANTS Qy K tU-H*_ .
I Mourn for R m unrurn.MMotUO 691 iwnl *Mltl n ANY .
I II Dave ItoroSALESMAN. __ ,

Names I r WliahPt> -%I,'I'WTIIi'iii! ; ... OoK MPKlWllr hI 1
: Q QUILTSR On A DM T.. Only M nI .... Jlw. 1lrvkl. OH Ca. Mr. lad.war.
n,Mill! ROMOk PIO) Wild. C_. BrSMttn. .. 1154504SA5T5NDSa A YIt
S- ". Lwnts 51.15.IrPriva55 .
IIA vVontM To Rom .......,. Ytt .sprISlnt15' 54551 :: tiva .. 5 5 r d
naoaroor. WonMMOtfle 5, = F11115." '....IIY .lmlrs 1 CfclM Cow ..MiiWrllo. .. 5551/. ,. 1..11.
RENTALSS your IIMLSiisip 'n 00>A. 04 Oa51MV1NSin.
Dw IMCIMtutkiou ; ',ooT ''n ft..... .
Y Pistils FLORIDA'S 551151.. .._ scans tor Mriilnt i$$ ru'syr tarMmKomlnf wNT1o mill 11555 15/1.1
wits ...--. Iny "lttu "" 1 RioorloncM.; Mi ... 1-4I. must ooMM 5554- Special
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STOVES I Lit Ny.ii cor* I M prlvitoIwrM CorlMil D.,.., Prior 411UFI
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TOOLS .5.111. jMOjiHt. am* it Lwr.WM..r. yorA ploy oqulomont M 0 0 r II
ANIIOM t urnnuroJWANTAO 01111. ..... 1.NI.' _m_<*_ry. Coll in-'Hi. I
LARGEST crirt Ool P. 0 l.a 141, OMCKoiwa ,.. ...1554'5t5N
RATES I notion. No* vort n, N VPrM WOULD LIST ;...*; t/HldSi; ; I 55 -lly
M Horn PIT Mtarmpt''''
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PH. J7M4I1 U UKULELES ads CONS. call 376-8060. I JU.""
NSW POR mil M drl.n5 -
f>r I ....r. forilMM M dull .ree.... ttiinnrt Prl.w In 55V INn1. H. .. Ioc- U'HOLSTlIYI"

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com lor *M onuinroit ,..Wg.vululi 1 'can e...511155 M ;y'lI N. d.y

[ MARKETPLACE u CON"LIT. QUILT 5,55514 pro' N. .. SucIsi.j724169 ....-.-.\

mro Fn. 1..r. I PATTI5N1 M dNC... ass. 5.111Iii. r = .. .. .
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let om: lof A 901
adS N N M M.,. NMI'p.m. '- X I SERVICE CALLS $S
I Mt.IMlnlmsm. 1 XYLOPHONESY THEREIS HOMM" Air C.*I1,,,,U>* "..t ..... 4Wi Mt.a.I.Ti. .
M 4 HMO I a RirrlfprMlM tonruControcWr .. ..........: ..,.

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FAMILY : I A11t rasp r Vdsw .
155111 ads 5wssl/4 a0.51. Bsk..S NoMlfk LIfe )I.>
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In..nNa15 M b'5 PR 2-5002 foHu 40 ft M MMM. Ii'

575 IN.. I I $1.000 PLUS all.! I
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Irlrcua trail IM.m 4.w ZITHERS I I AVON CALLINGAnEHTIOH 15151.5.4..Iw/5.hunt M WWtttt I.s.d kMlt.sis I 1h. _

55 nar .5 latvll.r.. FOR .. N Pay $551 w- '
Pivl N11a wrw M la5i I WORTHWHILE LADIES M.I

Pant to caww- Tii.o.Acs I N..a ..>lo ..i ,... F

1 M I I..i ..rsllryr... ups i pldII5/ Isis .55Nrt. f SINES
1 = :, -= .511 i Pr*. 4oMlo uwiHMl M TMrw

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cost only I
P MN Ir.11.,5 p.isa'5IIN.1l.a.M SPECIAL
THE .oaf id 61..14.ln

M 511..1. M1nNq $3.00- 650 CASH
Mr .1-5 USED

M 555rnWKM a Lau ...IoMw 4 lines s... Dawn ,.,..... S24.00 pt f ..... 1 Ii iff.t.d4 o.hh f.5
1.55 .5 m. 1..1. w.R7 SUN .
150 INM I1. r ,
N..1/11.15/ wit 10 days Ilf. w.af Ail $,sil "

55 rwl 1555 4. s NORTHWESTTRAILER !
.55.51 .5 .aA1s .d '

1 rs..1.I I dial- ; CARS WANT : SALES : II P15.a. 371.1411.

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I. $ CIIOIi out tho Closets Utility Rooms How-Pick up sxtrs cuPs Ponoll to person ads ire for non cOlllllltrciol users selling merchandise priced

1 0 lAYS" 4 LINES 3 ot brllli$100 quicker or us octiOll.with the lllIilll price stated I" the ad Ho additional costs for ads Nest require the full 10 cloy. No refunds for .ads that

DiAl 318-1411 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

II Sckttli 6 IntfnKtlene II Mekilt H.", .. For 1.1.NORTHWEST IS H.u_ IM Sol.houM IS Htwwt for s... IS H Mt* for Stlt IS Htwtt ft* s...

S H'Ii" 5CHOOL 'Y OWN!!.. 3 ... J 0.111. CCI "VIMS *1411 J lit 1IOmO. is Hllilt "ND DRY .. I McCOY'S .a
THE TIMEIS et homo free booklet A m e r ken control Iwot k llr'cond. I MODERN lot 501,11 'ul" C 10 SiMIan. ly .pork '1"' M gMmlt91-lft! (p
School .P. 0. ton ,...., Jockionvlll. TRAILER SALES oxlro It. living im. t dining Now I IR, | both .home with con.hoit calls. 11.51. II........ 372.4531 alt.a M...... Irldt on hollow tile. V Ketlty"Devtlofmctt
., He 322'6.Real Trot Weldo Rood N.'. .ro.. lAollow will with pump I, S air, tend. Deluxe kltchon 0. III. d., _...... Stacy wellty-bvitt. ip. erthitectur. MACOMAHOMES
Al I Paint Lone 1704101 oprinklir' "._. Only I *.. toolom ....1..11I. .In rone. *, oven OCALA block. S ... I both Irg.Ing .. Choice neighborhood. PInencint .- I (
Estate Exam k Ir. Sills .(.....,.. Prlco diihweinor 4 dlipoiol. mi w.ft t'w.buais CSIO5 paawi.l' din- ...II.D.... lit: Nl 7111 l?.
NOW. COUPS Drivea "6.100. flnonclng. luali. Por oppt. I living : plui dole. gonope.RIOOIWAV ...1.., room with ",.. Av.. Ph. I71.P4I. HIM W IHMtURT INC.

ATTeND Plrit .HooM free.MM to Inwoct pInCh 1704-11 or in- i CONSTRUCTION. piece. I,.. fenced-M beck yard OWNS MOVING. I IR, I ...,...
NW Slit 5$. Coil um. lUX: Bob louncttrt, 1031: N( I2nd I CO. JIII -....... ""_. built.'In .kitchen.. tre-MM or 4UI4U living' VIa with HreplKO, ...111... fussy ..._... ... .... THE 'JEFFERSON"

Do You Have Avo.lolng. 05W SOIINSON HIOHTI, out 01 kitchen cent, hoot wills II, cond. ..|.-.Ire..itl.....: with
,22 Specie Service.' Little trinil.rr' mull Mil SPLITL5VIL cIty IIml" I 55. I .DiSh. SIlly. YOU CAN PINO A IITTfRHOMI ...._. "'..11_ Sawn with per.boquo ........ .lte.... Full
I IP. I both, l.rgo llv.rm I SuItS 05114ff, lamli mm, POR IU3M. IUV IT! ,II. .Low down peymont, ... ,11 Krono4 ISO Charmingly cotonlol. wold.
A Room, COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING ., lorgo P.S.a built In kllchon built II kilcllall. CIII. Ilial 4. W. oo not loll's. you con find asan...... ....."' .... 1707 NW Mud pwck Wilt .Mmo It Wed will convenlenc.1 -
S I Save II".... floorb control, hooting.locotod I ton air cond ....101. nm a kaltsr. Par VW' mowyana. PI. ..... 171H.. fM fram luddVo a....,.. for greclout. contemporory -
Apartment or SERVICE 372.5209l' a. Lot ot 1.14 NW III Avo.Pneno I down, bit ..... 4IM S. ION. ,.... ,. In .III GalilanclIlo am, I IR with air condltlonlnt. lend- ... ..... Ie.... ... $'950. 11.1... Kelt .Ills wrlloppelnted
37M73J: or 171-tUO. lad RMXMoo, PR MM4. Look etthow tooturoii Sunken ........ end ether" tpeclel .... with
I turn 15IplS0RtMODFI. Uwoil :0"L. Induflry 0 iii-Ti TH :P-i., ..., Itmad.In flGuiitHiiili TiAi74 11db. ...... .&...1."' .0,5. lola Only S per cent down ond 1.11.-. work aria ,..,

House to Rent? DAD Sto Iso ,.rd. .......... air C.I4I.Iita.d. .... fuil IsIs. 101 ........ IIrId& covered ocrionod porch wlm'poii., minimum Coils Call J74-4147 to norogo hendy M .... tervlce en.
v AVERY TUI.TO"; maSsed 1500.5415. LOOK nit N' 12111 II. C.II J7. polio tented yerd, roar lIsa.. through per end toe berb.utpit. el nil Nonheeet lIt Ter Gr...,.roiite tterlflc.I .
WITH CULTIVATORS. "... CailAimvcs to Iho fuluro. "' .... wind m.voilmont. i 015' lay .<4 lunlor high ochoolt Control Mr condltlonlnt. ::.. ....tirvl .... hilt tar Ironct. wim There oulilondlng a'. three.10.bedraomi ..-
140175. loo kltchon with "
S our top orond t>. luxury wlfeeMlngend
REMEMBER tern wadS II Wlbll ot n THuS Lg. .... > lull botht ocreonod .porch H I IR 1 both,. disllwasilu, dlopptel. O. PHA flnonclng' with list down to Mt4ttf IWl t ... .kjr|. feclllllet Phil. hue hill tiled'

21 U......" b 1."" WIDIS "..... I yr. AnoMwit" built.M itovo with motchlngdoubl. ISM it down Ml Nl Mm you Ass.YODASKED vuellfy. FHA.SM stan aid 150151 'T0am5 orrangod. nullified bays gn.17 per me. ,.tIe sod .... ..crooned1PltrUMj BOIM' ond tooorolo droulnforoo
A rental vacancy ...II.D,". LaM Oonovo TrWMr. '. link .....,.. Ig. ponolodL Hugh Idwerdt, Inc. J74-r 7l. Seller pey aImIng. _... 4 IR, I InM. 0... Hi me "' ....? ",II.. It
S Sum, on P.,. IW. I "' 110 ( |. .Rm. wim flroploco tot In krkk THRU bedroom, bolhi 1-c arcs part, CII Coil Mrck. not o lormol living room wIlt
I both CCI
of Koyilono Holgntt. emS *vonlngi will., carport ly ...nor. IIMIdn trovene rm, TSt down, p 171.Ml tor .,. to tee ISIS NW __I... .',.,.fIII..... ."i o wperoto dining room. pluilomlly a
COSTS YOU MORE 0i thoroughbred till. 370.5015005IIOWAVI mergMomlngt ond ....... I pick up. poymmti HI.St. PR 553 ma. din N'w. lilt Drive WIl Tsr.rio. ....I.ul ,.'.* f..it.... room sIlls o llr.plec.ond .

i 14130. [ otovo ,ot,.. Lot ,* > MUM .. wkkk mop k. .booutlhil cHerry ponollntThe f
ii than the ad that LATIR. Mr. II LOTS FOB Maps of lIla bouiewim
SALI ? SMg end toko up poymontlU "L
.oof Producer protect your LITTLIWOOD APIA 4 ,". SIATMS. ,.rcll_.. n., ers ..*
two cor to
GLADYS ) mo. Ill' si 71it St. otter Hi .111< '"
.otlf Molntt .poulMo price rite M5t tq. ft. Control hoot, : f., town ... child... will
,will rent it by leklng edventege .. our boonIng RAILROADSIDING I ""II'.... kitchen. newly. donald I pm. tr on wookondi.HOUSI M laos bntf roar iI '
orogrem en loot collieronee .In all ,.,. Prlco reduced for I PON N.W. 11 Hi A... Showt mono 1I <. M
SAL lilt Nl lIt
", II.,.. September, throughOctgber. LOT quick ..1.. Cell 171171.: J44, NW SMITH ., I, ttflntmtt. ...Ir. "**.
fOR 111! It. i. 1'* III"' Hordwoodfloort
PMX Alechul. 1J1, A... 4)1 NW 1WI PI.
Oolnotvlllg w .
Here's what lerge ".. ... with .
your Phono PR HOtl tr .10 HAul largo. commorclol M withrollrood 372 5393 pixel partly. olr-tomj. CMe toochono *
Jio5. )I4 NW inn St. ildln*. will arId buildIng Tht Charming
COSTS to suit ......,. Or>. Mtliloo.tory JWK Income property Smell, Motel I. lot nlcoly 1 lendripfd W. lien kuiM.ni kti.kutineii I'
vacancy pot SALI .._....1.. fine Argentlm MOM. PP. ..4457.ACP.I 4 unite good termi ....eI ...,... PHA tlnenced.17MIU. RANCHO GRANDE
S lohl." hey. nl ton, behind lor retired couple. 111.001.01 hIs .e..... tnt
YOU EVERY DAY ...11.,. Phone 17el ..tier7PM. I LOTS II .......,.. fromOolnomlllo 372-8404 Call tnunInveilmejit ....*, .....lful kernel w. I ............. I .11I.. study.

wllll KCOM t* Labs. $$65 Mo. wssald II". *. tktw ... Isolily room, livIng" room. dl.
"".. now connoctod to L.., OWNEr to Ito ftlonclng property 441 Prenf.ego UNUSUAL In* room, Ilk pirquet floor,
a until It Is rented : 10 PITS b JUrrLUS Slits ,.. tat wilt low downpornwtt WANT carry W. hove _.... I.... Irectiof d'.* includod. Mt.000 Its
III en Ills miionry lend ..II..... tor oportment 4-Bedroom._2-l th
nor .
:dIn".r. ...... oround Lot Hit DeW"Ltt
lull thocomor
.. bulMlnge buolnoM 'kxotloni endprontttlonel M apply. pxtfgg NW Silts ft I
Pavatual" 43N
For lULl ba0 .
: IF RENT! YOUR LOSSIS .pill. .sS I wkt. 00 11 mas.Jamal pap.. 2tii74 ottif I "oM. M Moiidoyt. from PlOI., '''', Two otfkM- OIM loll en HOMESuburbM oioool twck .. your ,..I.

KI. ",. I. ... 70.KslM0m both, hordwood strip ftuirs.corn 2 & 3 bediaasC Unlvorilty A..., one NW. Ith ...... .......eII..... "PLANNING TO UILO"
lot wim II. oak Iron Street Cell tn-Un
: PER DAY : HII. nv 47)04111. U AdS WOOD'O HOMIlITUMlnu' Heights
.. .
... *
.. end .10. gorogi.IASV
Walt II Tami sIt .,1.
OIlMAN l SHIPHIRO mole, blk. .paint TO IVY SAd...1 to Sad Law lows w. 0., g) Living Room UI 51V5' you on ,
get ..... .. '1.3i d. end<.,room .boeutltull I ...... eld road mint,. 55.455 CMI DicS Wills'5bis.s Ins d aitylimoSALPH y. In .tIll Lltllowood ..... Throe bodraomi. -.1 go'S I .Ssdtmm .Novas in' g) Dining Room Jock D. Yo, .... ...k.. matt on eootrocting your
per p.r yIN ... ....
ctantpial "- warmad ,.. Sam no 11.111 .111.. at Muter ....'.....0..1..
A. POIISY .11", two bilhi living C homt.CollG .
S and .1' _. 161. Call HY 0. 5451 dcwl slId III." ..... Call 125 N.W. I Ilk 5.. ntw eujtom
.. Room
per ..... ,. SIN tir *nftH 0431 Pt. 00Mb.. ".. 11 W. Univ. .. 374.1311 room, vary nice oc,_ porch., Goroget & carport JIIoS39J Pomiiy Room Dana Pktnti roldorV.Q. McCoy \
for children. C a 172.2311 .
end houM '
AP.OI Moullful loIn In N.W.toctloit ploy FR 6-1290
Ploit.red walls .
} Luxurtaut torn Roomio Day
por ..... .. II.u per dayS SIAMESE KITTENS teciltd ..,...... to city Assume e <"'' VA toonipoymont NW. lOad SPrint ...* d bid-
menlht ..... ..,1..... ".. limit Wilt povod otroiti, sow, 0.1111 II wiry 1I..lbl. Ill damn C Formica cabm.ti room vhlto brick colonlolRig 'PosIt bIlls Kitchen, Sun NII, FR 6.011

M per "' .. MM "r My Cell 444.1240FEMALE city w.t.,. AIM I.... Mo avaIl end tocond mogog. ... I. Buil..,. klteh.niT.rraizo tlmI svitinus. all "pono-! Scrotnod'ln Loundry and Swimming Utility Room Pool Want Ads 6.6502
torml.ARI floors .11. ./... kltchon I.M A
141 por ..... .., ail per dayS BOXER SM. St *WaldI load" :lust 3 wilt YOU looking for t nice throe I sloly s,1ratS linIng row.. g) Woll-le-Woll'' Cornet Ott.. Lanalsd 5.
"KC rot. mot. Con be sass et norm of Sporry. Down .poymonl S Bath vanitl.i oil conlrolly NaIad and glrcondilkwod. a Control Moot ond Get Results N. Mall Itr..t ad Dd IIvd. i
: .bodroom twite 'In ttio Nnrrht.it
..... 117 Nl St. J70-M07. lad firmnarraMacama ''IId. All city utllitlig Call. 17M3tX Air ConditioningFRED "
m per ., an parlay lawson, I.... Wo tIltS II wilt Plprido Room. t
I .. BOB WHITE QUAIL Call V. 5. McCoy 170nN.colocllon fenced beck ,..d. corner tot I. Sidewalks MASON ,
onp.rpss..ieslpasdq DroiMd well, II.U 51CCLI ii"UT"UL CanuSrillal to slopitill 554ocIlooll. GLADYS SMITH .

,. prIcad acca,4it. II SC.. Sliy PattI.-Lot.. 0"ow,' IsIs at. We would .be floppy" HONI ;
m per Ira per diy end Realtor
? .,. ego_ ouontlty ,11"100, and WI tm. a Part's to mow it to ,OU. I $11,250. $12,550 COMPARE! !
4 |ni Alochue, Plorld.unutuel
THINKING of )?? Hove .. FR 2.5340-FR 2-1112
MI per ni.. .. UN per day for yw It wo.POP.OYCI building > ...1.,..l Ann Minion
TWO i maaaffii lid. "KC ..... CIII.ItCItIWS you toon Rfdgewood ....11M Ask .bout ISV "Onubla. YsorMoiloy 'Irginio Powor Carol Noyn Aik Abeyt Our
IM mo. ., MM per dayS "' ....... warm.d I I It AISOCIATII, INC. tilt, will dnlned 10... oil Inv Sack Ollt" lull Anno IKodhomBOBBY
per Prtm sitamplansltip ...... RfALTOMHI erovomontt, r. sonaCli 111I w. Uoty Ass. Tradjt-io PIeS THESE HOME VALUES '
*>S per m.. .. 11.11" parlay rCa,. m-4I4I. W. Onlv. p"|13o"lTLo7i .... PIs. J7t.S393 4

PUG 5010mm" i ...... lid. "KC Lot. LaM. W....... watt will; J. W. BEFORE YOU BUY
I : .1.01.per ..... IIH per My ...1...,..,. '.e.II.., .....,IIrS5.Mrs. .. Wast at.. IJ.o
.......... ... O. ... n. 0,. LIla. Miss ..._ KIRKPATRICK $$100 casn VA LBRYAN I
avIs ........ Call. ....1111.PlV. SAVE -

) : CALL 378.1411 017711 .1. waski .... 11IMI1 MARY MOELLER REALTOR R.iltorI. TIlE foltowlnf, ere now widerCMtlrvctlon
11 N. Main II Phone PR M404AIIOCIATES -
to aspli McI apiruclatit" lair W. UNIVMSITY ."..
: ...,.. Coll' PI e-ttll ottOOOLIS '"HlII : POOl TIlOIlisWIIIjiijroa4.Nr end will be reedytor
TO PLACE YOUR PIsys MaIIi.s.n 1.111 lunnail

.. It 0 P.M., ttendord end ..... I $4 W..." ,.'" rftttityLAKI L..f"/: / I.I W;'laid, USM ttn, Rut OrlHIn Now bock 'In Golntivlll oceuooncv.1110 N.W. 2lrk AWl. occupency PMnl1JIO I

SUN RENTALS men and I tomeloi, ,,1_ renggup $$395 5 Cash fHA to itrvt you 'In all typti TI.. Rtftmy I IR.DR 4 '".. >'* baSs. ling dn.. N.W.lI." PI.

to 171. Clll 1715414.IAMIM OINIVA eellent, ....11 retinmen $343 DOWNI Of .r..rollo. IIU per mo. lSI.IbalIlstSOfln..It21"
klttom nedy wllimgPhtne home for .....-.-....... I 1. .... ......e. fgysv! 1110 N.W. lOtk M. per month.: i

WANT ADS and ...10.. Mm far 555 1a.m.. In city limits. John M lloeotiim LR. fumity rttm I IR I balM MM ... on
..,,14 Throe melee MidfFRENCH Sr. a, 17M404 or 170-45?!. bedroom concrete .lost. home I fir T Terrazzo ..... I. c.rt.rt, central par millS,. 1100 N.W. 2ltk M.I 1

0 Itmala.. _OV'1t 5 acru eI laOs lra.Ia manybannS with .... II...., car parIs, utility knN GI .Ite... full 20-4121 N.W. Iftk IR, i botht MM dn., 1117por
,.... AIIO S Mv.oila.d room end foncMl bock ,..d. HUGH I
puCan Dr. .....Ift.a l
: II Mil Help Wo.l.4PROFESSIONAL POODLES 15111 WillS daM aad dat's ONl US 00 Pir .will. NO Company kick. M a Uro .... I7U
lock with ........ HI to ... will "' '''... Many 5,0,11. Oft CLOSING CO'TSI I N.W. Itrki A... llt.OOO IP.. t gethi DM tn.. Hi
.Phone ..._. Trenton, Pie ... ,.. 5.4515Jawalry EDWARDS 159115. 7ISN.W.tBt0.S*.
: FOS PACAGI STOPS L. 11,15 Iitilll" 260S Ml 1tk Dr. 10% dews, $122.00 ,..
Io'i..c Ca.WiNIFRED RAND N1W I bMfroom Kioton.ry 4l1i4I27N.W,1h, I IR. I both.* UN dn., HITNorwood
SI APPLY AT lie NW 5THa POP seLl Woknerwor, m.lo, home with eok. slip floort, ,.... .2-0111 osoplh. .... matiltl. ,
"!lilT. good pot for children MId hvtrt12 CRAWFORD Dr. r
H. _bl. gorege, lam utility room INC.
4 a,. P1,51S ....i.... Dog S i o k o r, ,wocoiumt MIAKI .nd huge wwod corner tot I I*., t both. UN dn.. 174
S MOPIP.TIIIACPI- jutt outilde city llmltt A Tile cktkt tf rrtr per
: INS. CO. M.HI.. Htmti Pas Stkcwd. AOI. I mllM No. of Molrow, RIAL OUT AT lll.UO. 2909 NE 15th St. '0 ymr kMKtlful krtckKinttkerry 211 i."i. I9th, St.

OP. mil.lent I IR.. I .
376-7971 balls UN .
t a Now hoe petition tara "' ........ .57 an''ML'T' 5. ......,. .... IMAtranSIIi1l I7N DOWN will buy thll Immecu.lote hams par ..... IMAPPOINTMINT
.hi Orl_ Oolnotvlll. a.... I lie end study wim LAd SANTA PI largI __ I .bidroom "'" both metonry New Homes
I Thet. poiltloM five weren. I r.Iy _I... Oood and. Only to lot.town balutilCil, ......vloW.cllrve, home ucetid In the NW Sec ssoWN'evAo7aci Hope f
S : teed Mlory. S4D.M end a.., I IIM ....1317. Nmnun.retm .. PR Htn.trodo eeiyterm. tion.SPACIOUI. $9,000 to $30,000 OILY !
p writ of II cent. Send corn-
per lose r 5 Sr i 'It trait lit Ills. 1 bKlreom I'* balls CUSTOM HOMIII 117 .. un"".. .... "H" Inc. I
f : .plot, mum.P. 0.k.....,.ftl eI OrionATTINTION ttotemonitor .asd ............ CaN ... It I.5AL 511155..ICIJi.OT.n ON SUWANPIS m._.. homo with Mf X tI' you like luNury home .... I Lerge. cemfortobie homo for vV Trade Homes I

S S Surf.. 104.1014.POALl PusS. ",k... ,ihl, C.'II7""II. SWIMMING POOL. iKOtod In tv,.. luch ett coty flroploco. WESTVILLANW .. .Uw Urge fomlly. 4 IR. 4 t
Olt III NT. INS the NW : |l.t euiiido cltilimit. .....IM famIly room, country 55 balls up living room, famIly or Property
N"1de _TRUCKIRS tam ,,-..... Slat MOON U 5 50. NS SEAUTiPUL 0.0.5 III Vi._.III.clamS LanaI'S LaM I. T-lor.: en eueptlono) kitchen with ..." .. control No Money Down room., port dining room,

tar It.. .,. a.d sar mat :' dining room atad .I1.ktld ..... Hal .bakumapast buy et IM._ sir conditioning. cuitom Is.ellIs. dinette, ocroenod porch ... ::1
... will Sal corpeilnf. 174.1741 on our morvelouohomM on your lot .11e.... >' baIts down, cent'
.. 11,5 itMaI 1.1.4 Na lana aM ...11. ,,_. Uik A... ALL OUR MOMK INS
tar aqtaf I....... Ia trampart 51055. Op _'. Cail. VI-: ..... JOHN .HI WI", ...,., Stsl... oix.iv' aIr conditioned HI Droll PO* YOU TO If*.
Silt M..... M... .I... Ice ,.. CLEARANCE SALE, N W. :Mth Tarry lull oft N.W.Jtltl built In atpilancas..wand.rt,5omiriunily
quirmants. Pail, traiinhi ...1.. : ._... ol 37th St. Monthly pwymenti for nice rooming JOY IIIINO' ANVTIMI IP
'1Ma" ps rcttai. tractW SEE OS TODAY Cedar Key Shores MERRILL Lloyd Myrlck lulldof houie good (nvntment forbullnetl YOU WILL JUIT CALUGAINESVILLE'S

for thete who ....IIIy. Par at..- fin. hcm.sit.u from $2250 alIlOInlIllIlt 373.1151: as little as proporty lot oo- I '
a view i _,..,. NATIONAL TRAIL BUTTS Mn-.ol.on' trorn $1 51 0 REALTOR pro>.lmotely. IW I 111'-...'.. 1111 5 .. dIll ITU.T
: R CONVOY INC. KM) CernllhRood $56.00 ._'ulI.. scanoaIl ilvul. 'It ..1 It 'II .._
a4 Mobile Homes Inc. CEDAR KEY 38410,3831 M."I.I. LislIrsP115111 WALTER _
cor. Rowevell Vllloeo, STUBBSInc.
Oceli PlerMe.AmerkM P5 21411 14 Btrfrttm .,..... I. Sn..1 Sow hatss.u rs.dy .
NW 13th St. Marina Locations "._1.'''' SHAOOWUWN for Immriwtt ...*,*...,. n
o .iipiamtiscso at..lei, ama,")11I ... Marc.iiaPardl
S _.0'. .._. .y III ..._. Latmal at 6th St. INVEST foclIfIlos n"d.d h.r. w. H. Sockllat'Slat. ISTATISF. .
m Wool UnlvwiliyII D. OLIVER THE JAMES CO. I

Indlvlduol .. ...
Per Ve
'.! Milt tfrtm.lt INVEsr: sccommodalions
: ,
preeeMv. the mow ettrectlv.M. a Well .Manual. living. .....
em NW. in* it. 1726441lullden
PR Mill WsIIJ&tirsaat" MgrIIM raided brkb twn. .M ".W. Wloviihiy t> Ouolllv nwterlel S work.menihip "Wt trade hou..."
WANTID Couple. or older men to tiled .beiM. I "bug.bodretmi. tfKl I liii ,
oner, home with eMerly gentlelor TAMPICO IV wide" centreolrtond. DAVID ANDREWS. Two It....,..... Mil g> A community, you would bo I *(>kerry. HtoxM
am," t III a.chaqs end hoot Lecoted lit
rent. m.'UI711II Oolneivllli noer Stir Cell Archer REAL ESTATE NW. Mth *050... Am IhrMgpgroom. IrCsadlsllvais I '
"" I bb bun. et dAIS Drive" Welt M N.W. JMhAre. BUTLER BROTHERS I'
00.0443.ii0I .
MOTOP lOUTS MLiIMAM NW. Mrd Ciurt. T. 0. Iotrouor post .... Olen Sorlnf" In.tonoction. .
C""ltllII W. Patio .mtat. you buy OM M Ptr top cuiteni ..._. PI4JW4 log eign en Ml.PR .
for .it.. LaM. butler oroe mile SIaiitV 115 1451411 05551. Apia.tati 's Hs.aes Ii. s... 14444.New .
IP 00mM.. 0.... ..,.,1.... U ... u a.iIi IS SNOW Mm.S.lOafO.IlwidII'aVplS ,
hove ta.spat.tiatt" end ettlre to Irks MOVING TO UX1GISAT 1
run your own ....-.. wltk ....,... IrIda _,tunlly. W II' See Gainesville'sBest
tory intl Imastma.t' pt.aa.C.i booutmil was Iron Erich Hornet
: ( Mr. Caputa c I re. ..., | Merhrite "111<<..... Wind'eelwlK homo In Moyport or., for your STEPHEN FOSTER
: .. Oainuiii. Stat, 310.1411.mat. or Pi. Mama.II Odmovlll. Hom. or proporlyCuiiom I, I
built for groclout .kooch
paean III Is 040Mb. HamS 11.1... Hugo Plorldo Room Builder Home Value $
: -14-Stlti Help W.m.fPROPIIIIONAL .usiavasS loporoto r-Milly Ian,,. ..Iftrootadnoml Leceiod el NW. 17th "... S PLOW ;
I i 4 bedroom built-in kitchen
S undereontiruciien.
a .thro bolhl. Ol SlIt ... Now brick llamas
: TrUCK ULEIMAPPMAasata.l 'SERVICE HAS BUILT lei or ..... .booutiivl .biIclui.Maay. Pick your own equipment, ..... heel VA no
P.sltiatt OUR BUSINESS" .-., cuitom too,.,,,. ....... SIC. VA PHA TaIls.by down ..........,. PItA from STbt FHA DOWN PAYMENT f
: ,Iot.'r. : lipan50t e. Ihodod by loworlng. II*. ...... town n. Ootmi. -...
Main St. I Will traM or MIl outrlglil. Con.toct NOTHING DOWN VA
CtpJt.l .."...... Int.MM "The Milton"
BAIRD MOBILE HugK Idwordi Inc. AllinDormon t
174$ CO. el Jack.a
onvlllo Plo, .hi new .upending' I lotol. "' '''_'. )71-lSt C.plt.l BtilMen I..... I ). in* PlaIn I M Street $100 Cluing Coat
S m Oe Tom., N. C. A Kentucky.Ther. HOMES ... ptoct I lit ItretlCll
I HiGHLAND COURT, .SI, IPlo. kilts. w. inn I PIN MUll DAILY .
1 : ere petltloni open for. el Ocala an., won to will Carps iiv.In. I7MMI w 1744701 I Coll 171-tMI tr mTTM.fidnoivlll. .
Ho*. Dlltrlct. ond IroncN men.egere.
room air condition.I PKono I
All thoto peiitione. en Ml- HI 441 I II
Phone tltnet Jet. in-shi or 11131*
..... with commlulone .v.r -- 4 FULL BEDROOMS
WI Ite Sal _... SirS L.W ot-pricas. olsIs., 15,11,5. .. $ACSIPICS awn,?. vIco 3 ::
mall r.s.ml parsatal taala, eel Oltpi.v In control Pier loo.we I bom ll nouw .hi NW .'! ,..... ...4 met I
: P. .. IM 4411 Orienee. pia.a tredo hjr .. PrOS > ,.... L.. p.wIsS. iliny mi.. w,, IviuriMi tp.rtm.nt kuiMinf .. S OVERSIZE STORAGE ROOM
: I i livery up I. IN wilt.rRAILER willht-woll. .....& ... lull .. FERN WOOD MANOR
IALISMAN toll mapl0md MARl Scan I rongo. l.ooroi. dining
home en buyert .let iHcoiientwwrtunity ." ..... 0 0500 1 IS I Ill. wItlI' bar. .44 damn, aaaasiml iii LAKESHORE S
Contoct Temp, lullden. RICH WOOD PANELING
III ..."'..,.. ,_
: Oera Peremere Lei elMonegor Sal, P.10105 PeltS ,11t 370-Uil alt I.. PM.
",.11. TOWERS
I 12.250 up
: "T-N. ..
en Urge coiner lot l
licollent, ... ... men o>. Mobile Heme kIll Inc. t 4 i ....,, ...--. convenient
I pernMced: "M poultry Hew If youneve Hd.am m.blIl. la.mSL Many to Kiweh end tteooini' PItA NOW LEASING RANGES $400 DOWN FHA I
HIM o>pwienee eiong with floor !pleni. 7 yo.r ftnenclniDrive litsici' Th. Jemet I
...In"", In .poullry hu.bondry. ... out ....... I mills' South Plwn.Int.lh7011.looullful (sipiny. i, NOTHING DOWN VA I
I .. cellen4 opportunity SlaIN you torImproved Of O.lnMvlll on U. i. 441 ,... _ CONVENIENT LOCATION
S S mum. ei tuicnoryMhM 374.100 Klrkoolrkk md H.r.SnUI $100 CtMillf Colt I
end mud. nenoentotlveIn ...... eI llamas 151.411. C. I
: '..,1-. Mr netioiioiht. .. .known stylus. 4 oMromi I .11 I
breed. salary end .......1...... WYATT battS paaia5 10,111 raan.. I $
a Willi car "',.,1_. Marclafl eI ........... bulll' "''Ie_ Many I Only '92.47 mo. FROM 751' PK MONTH Il
ocr 51510" .k.aw II Us .... WIII 054 baOain a, 521.1* per
oHM OotoMvllle lun Is.- Trailer Sales ; 1113171 Is, appailm.al, I
: =- to IfHA. INCIUOIS PRINCIPAL WALK TO SCHOOLS41R.IrIckFrestClIlssdels.NewfInhhiag.1

: It-W'** Wtnttt" reo ..l.Aln ... Ma11110. IlsmsoshaCta tf mvMlInt In o U. I. Ihjol Homo M INTIRIST. INSURANCI AND TAXIS.
aCid AMa,,. built m *H orao ky I
: ./IUIL' ,... MmI10&tSV atM COli"" T,_ TrolhxiOcilo't MOMfl, INC.
M trsMm daMmI. 1M lit Pint MoMh. Hem.mt PKono lH.ot.ltModot
5 O.NWSvII0. All OL Miiitsay .. Oa.Iar, 05.5 104 Nvmo Opomng ...., lun, NOTHING DOWN YA$1M Price I15J25. "25 Dew
1551l. "" "I..... WI. Oak 104. SIlt Spring, .'.... from I PM -I P T*......

( .. cert "_II" Sun_, Phone .eieiMOiou. P15.SPECIAL. Mnt. Augult M. Wl N W. N 'l I I
S WILL cert for your oged trM III e.M.', I < ClOSIM. COSTS Il
your homo. 5lpaMCtM.POor. nojioinv.I; I bom. fuiiy" .IP nndNmoo ,
376.9564 in Itr lot home.lilt ,SiLL buy IT tvtivTIMi "
l for moblit
*. I Mill S. oh PoynotPioiri .* loiK. nxxxit "ll.l;| M UxURYFuTUREi1DEsS DIRECTIONS DIM Wed .. I

l7WwkW.ntWM.ltII P. .*... ..Per .ppolnlmonf saIl til_your....ISO monm_Mica' tooVond SwImmiM Pttl a lecrMtUn Ittex Highland Court MMOT 1NeAve.Tuie I

.... LOOy-jli I II Trellor with Clbeno, M of __ AH city, convon_., a Acres tf >< 30wIlIA.. mat vU.. .lIlasS to 1M sit X .... Nkt yord WItS I utility bum In a. .. K'Ie' HH Central Air C o>eL Uuo ryStttM PISISISMS et 3Mi Terreee.

..II..M. acM'd Coal IsV heuooe end pump. .Pheng VHmrMl down VA.do...uti.t coiii.Isms ..PaM.. I in.chdoi Uckttl S ferkwe D.s CO* ,

:.n. What acM ..."'- 15f TA TAN moMit ....... WillUM .. worn. I... im N 5. lInt'1_*. Ptnol Ptrkinf ArtM S U kttd) S<4 wtlki
< sa. vUoM owity take u. povmon Ii II."". 0 1 II.molwas BUTLERBROTHERS
HIM me. tor t yn. c7lilrIKI >
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in tell 5411 4 P M'PLYUOUTN
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If vow hew t I.... family and OMy I* por cml town. SMALL tor rmt. clink pratKtort coin roilitort 51 01 Jal1y1re. yres. airy N5.N ]"' 'ni iKM
5,501Ieflly of WI. 5105 Tint M t roM kvv.ANOLI DAN 'YRDJ76.1261. "--' Cilcuittrl' lilt Coomoni nMVrtoulll e:= : = 5'--.1:i
b./5 sill N5ei you ma 4 .Ml ..... Nl ItlKMtWlft MMM N qWI 0N wtilto. viryIUNKOOP ...d 555.dl1.n.
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N MI-Tilt' Irep5ri,, Is le "- Plena PS 5,111.'N s./k ale al, taedlllansd, 53.155mills.
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Prie54 55
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11541 r L I. MINA, PR OPPICS 'OUt". 13.'. ---------1/
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.... 511.51 .11. n 11. .
KlMMr |MmMomi --JZl- 4 Hr II Mi 57UDNNT IPICCIAI.
McMEEKIN LAKE I 750 Ass small .55515 p.yrn.N. < ItMtMM Op.*rttINMBE I SIM be/M.S e 'M ,'-.... ....... MM 372.4)786 .

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lltroctlvi propinycon.I ,...u. pas II 54 0.a marry OHLU. .nd CA"'ULL" 101. IMMACULATE 4 wllllI IHICHIV ...., SIM M If tOO ANile

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LOTI sees de11mI/N. 5451510 Stye Is.Nvey
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sisal etyss ...SI.MKalsdaSrlMN .. till 511/11 ".'Ion tVllliMt OctoMT N.am 1141m1Srou53ED 50101/150, $75. Tr Mere ..,... Nwons INN AIIC1. aada, .d wile
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{ WATIRPRONTUrM" COM ror.nl, ..''''11I1. .".... will ml tort: 150 Ptlilkl Mwy 1 _. L.. dome payea,. L.... MIlmme. w'.shmsaSPal. Mlnvwt ill chm nlt. lulirtmt 1 Soy a lamsus KIn1Wl pMMr ._1.. ........ rMMk ,
Just IM ., tar roM HvtmMM H I. Mill TtrrAttCiv WIW. 5001 551. ,11t. Will _
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% IPKUM 1 411,8 kolfltip Cm in' jtcktM Mwtkot taut limit* CM Or ..n.... PnHulMIM fuMMKt ttc Rlllwll parry Ittvntt .o. WIMl = ,,_. .
lisHy, elsre elf RrNltcl' if NPtlnnntnt-. lNtl.ASSOCIATES dsy 1511nlSl1 C.II J.I P. Pirrtui 8713154 I MTmotrti M ill?. CHI ItN 51.... M ; lD'-. IM. I toutuiwiiic. C.II 1714011 5
\4 llvtni, Arm Ctll tar .re'1." J7M44IImtit Tow RM'"V 7"I01I! !I i o rt, T AIL" AND CrUlt A."h tir 1171.. Pxtof GRIDIIV MUSIC Co. ....... VW Mm.Clww. 17 PLYMOUTH 107:v1: N T..
Call PR
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""I..I nur IR R. I .STOP, LOOK, LIVE J. Prod Gus JWva l.1MWsr 11ICII. ".1 COLOIIO RENTALS AvlUMjtoMW. .... Cad. W..eSlI. 11 UUMUM. 5 w/0. Lsd.,
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;p Yard, ,... l goM took M Ills', NIW Levine ap5,111 ivl IarlsnlvI11 lust A 511515 55 1115.
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INCOME hnt mi .._,..... Cor.Mout PARRlSHPRESENTS tan. 1 K,* _... cesN.arse' 41 WtntM rt | .rttAHOYMAlTtMO INN SMwl. 11 lm. : kick
: 14 Name ...-... IDS !. u.". nHTI5 PR MH 11.151 noon.A
SIN .11e_ LirM Pll.room. M Ilea.,. HM MllM, MK| MM. MM VH Wutinnr OrtM win MINIITSS'S CAIt Irnu.M" 55w 7mu. L WR".D.
mIle e/sMh51d Moral term, Vi aces lol You con boCill 5 and hl 51,15 ....... /all T8 lUT CABANAWoIV ..." in Yell Mvni 4 -..... pick tit MVmonti .. _. Will /M. $111 15,1 CAusn sls. AI NSInA IN's
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ii silly A11vdN MAX* itntn.Tir IM N 11.5, 1511l lIMe. PMn. PR ."' 050 STY ROOM MM.lt. HJ4.4). Mew, IARI'i PIANO CO, 4M. 4-DR M4M. I tom
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cozy iI COINS WANT 10 : .....,. Mflto tW Ml. GAINISVILLE :
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.. DMls '. In MM N. I. toullon.' tHwoM, Tklt Mlrocllvo I kM. 44 C", .." SW 1551 "Oil dolls. ItU MW clulrUt ..... AM amHitr true lad M n.. .05. 311.315.
Only lltoiiown MM irt PIT torn I Mill lime wlltl CMCIDIAL Rllll' TAMS .. Pl 1Ireelamien'Ill,.. nCIIMTt > I'm lint 'IC'..* sIN pleas 100' M. MIhI Ia.5AMIl .
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MARYMOELLER Ferlda, -... ......'" b1/tewo' Ill 555050. mien "' .._ 37W W. Ulttttflllv A... $11 IS. Pm Wt "toy/t* yw M "l H M tar IIIywrmuui .,...1715 WV 4llt NW MM .
".,_. Ie till JN L W. ArckwI 1/11. WILLIAMS! CINYSNNaw11aew mi*. _bl PIO.NIC./A.J FI.rldE. E:

> UNIVERSITYREALTY Sw1n.MMwa IR "' ''',_ tar .,.... ptnMtr t2 M.....". T.*.. | 7711571 LILT/AN I MUSIC ITORI POR Ukl'41 111 nvtMulk." tCHUM .
cm**)* MI mi CIH wittr YOUNGSTOWN milll ..III.... III II lit llrMt MM. R4H. HfH HTM.
LOCATION. In tarlit Included M rant if M. Ctr Pork I homo mot li cmvMiltnt J. W. KlrkMinck. A_ tam sr..1d ell .... 1711711.
REALTOR 11,11 MAIM II' X M W MMT tiWwlH trt w. km rnirvM mm.r .
ta bottl OHmoMorv MMRIok; t>. II N. MINI It CtM OT4H4. ... ale/lexts 5115 14 .... nkftitt ell. Ut. I OMM toM toM .M : CLAuicTTorTkiH4otVmo
HIS N. Mall St ft VI4U1Ami __. I-I' .. -. II. : Mprtanl pal 55 AMillR
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1.411Mual. .. I. McLtuMilin, Prink .. cMMrM'' HOT IW Arcntr 54.Is lh J. D. 51.. 5,115p .In. U. P. HI' IMI M. IijmPUd toclltn new I.es355 iri til I>. .1 to I >'>: a
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.....,.,NMN J. trMlllonil' .hams, Ik :: with i full tinStSK MUSIC CINtlH IW W ea.sdlllra. ST71
MoeIIot 1111m. ...... SO'l1ld-WAY llnlvAyys. 371)A1.Automotilr..
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5505.15 TV :
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ARNOLDREALTOR In MM _,..... nnoi 'A. I, MOVINOMUlTTlLL: HlfrC tosId11eM Call 111/11. 14 MONIA NVEA
(MM tor Sins fciiiMM.PMA tot IT Mt I Arctwr. tor ear ROM M Mlvita ans,. Mttat 1M''. MM- ales ". fm II.ILI".IC '0: f.T'A". LS. 4.50. N. 5511' ridWW.. ....
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llmlti. only' 1 HM ta tutlHIMkvyort. "_. 4141 NW im Tor. Ill MrP cal MWM Mil ..... tot*. CMM. IIMi TOW SAl 511DOIITONO'II May M Ma .. 101 NWSe.
OPEN HOUSE prlcM Ml slaw. Mi ....... Otl Mil PLOOR JACK SMi M HP MocMt Horttnt. *
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This 141354 4111 NW Illk II W44I4
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N. W. Wfl .._. led tt ttk.Mitt. $19000 NW Irl II PR t.fvT4. T.A-6 A'IILIANCIS Se.. IPJ-M4I. II Nawlh.res ...
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MM. oeroonM ,.,.,.. Nlco.Iv PARRISH LAOS. Mcbrinn.mriminl,MOTt IMklmcv MltMl ............. UI 55 MnM Mil =.tcr''d. IMCIH./ II N tar NNrMantS w II CM.fttat I Miss 5 *.....
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lit pr MeOW ; :an wuort.. Mrmkt MM .5.451. Mr tlMtol OHM. Nf itair.ktmr
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loa II 4 hiders, TWo 11,11 .3dre.1n5 I anal.. 155N "- ... .. POsers .
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Sad ...-. site. duel, w N, bcbpN5LoS Palm 1IIu8I. sar101. PI HIT < MILTON MOTORS SALE
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I kMratm hems to mil too. Ctottta ally Mth 411 Nl Till ItI ry trl" IIA C...... M sue 11M.... ...kk MIN' taur. *M< ,I '
tot, .low In. irnir __ = ..........,. IIIKINMORS lIeN end, 59 Brick
= LirM S6000 ; holly IR .11.., mm, kKcKM WitorfurnlmM 111 15111 r.: Sloshes Sled MnMulin Value Rlt.d
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Vwfll ball komt You'll I lodrMm. I talk hens tar Mm. I ..." pmt tllli. Ooooto nMjrtcolly. .... Call PR HfH. |M _. llton I
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MM MlriMI. ttoW I", .MilMftjltv rhont 3U-70IO "U TrklmM btil'.. '*M told,
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; FORDYCEASSOCIATII ARNOLDREALTY 1 :1.. :S 0.y. Dan lit bINM N limy $5111155.111Mms155. II 113I.1II CHI' 0..11.
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:' Mvlilpto Lilly Mtmkrf k oM ky yitr Ml pad,5e. 6ISCOUNTPRICES lea I pmymMN N 1115. Cal lI-; C55riLIR
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15,15. Nn0 all .M ,..lure. ,ntar > SOS .ISTTia \JT'f" 4 eII.I. Call >"'*<4 ... N/qr LMMOOANrnKMriMn IlDM,. PI 51515
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MOM. 171-1:.'. _.,..,_. CSsl se ,,_ 5
$599 I IR IV* ktmt. ..... $1795
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.... ....... Clll 1H.JH CONIOLI :. Mel: ton THE CORRECT RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. $1895

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PR Mintr PR turrMVIRAL NtinnA .
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