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 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
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System ID: UF00079931:00198
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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A d1ne/NI 1ltSf _AMI 1O'Ilell atf ANACONIIAI? Nowf"r.a N[ 1 $10 Million
Ice Oct ss ,Je' City Budget Approved

By JEAN CARVER 000. Last year the property tax tric fund, and $1.032,833, water sion over the budget through a ,
Sea StaB Writer Additional Commission
was $1,132.4110.
new budget
I In the terminology of Florida stories on Fag 13. The final I budget figure Is fund.Major dissatisfaction with the and a budget supervisor review board system or i

football"Gainesville budget has $186889 higher than the $9.a final budget was voiced by committee requiring commission ''I
"jelled. on the $6 million capital Improvements budget originally submitted to Commissioner James Richardson approval of fund transfers by
Twelve days Into the new bonds. One mill of the who I
commission the
by city manager repeatedly criticizedthe department heads.Commissioners I
budget year commissioners fin- the two-mill hike is for bond In- form and accounting prac- Alan Sutherland .
ally agreed Monday night on a terest. The increase included more tices used in the proposed budget and Ed Turlington echoed I IRichardson'
$10 million budget that calls The budget approved unanimously funds for street and utility repairs views.
for a two-mW tax Increase. by the commission In 10 for hurricane damage.The Basically, it's a good budget The final budget action terminated -'
City Manager Bill Green minutes of brief deliberation total new budget calls for $3,- ," Richardson said. "H 0 w. more than a m o nth of
termed It a "minimum budgetin l e d $991652.. La. t year's 678.966 revenue and expenses In ever I do not feel this commission lengthy review sessions by the
every respect. budget total was 8908971. the general fund: $278.915, bond has adequate budgetary commission.
ale r w+ iw + s t The millage Increase was partially The new budget calls for gen- and interest fund: $339.461, sanitary control. Major appropriation IncreasesSee
due to the cost of Interest eral property taxes of (1310- sewer fund: $4,588,000, elec He called for strict supervi ( BUDGET III Page 2))

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I ) Ves : Lag 3-Man

i : U. ,S. Again ? Crew

: ( New fork StmrrNEW For instance- most flight-plans for a manned lunar landing require Is FineMOSCOW
: YORK The First United States space flight with even rocket boosters several times larger than anything the Russians
I'I I two astronauts aboard Is at least four months away. have exhibited so far.
i .It will be late 1966 or later before this country matches the It is assumed in some quarters that the Russians are developing (AP) The Soviet M f r r "
three-men-In-a capsule trip ended today by three Russians.Yet such rockets, as this country is, but there is no hard evidenceto Union's three.man space ship .>i u
observers still feel that the Soviet-U.S. race to the moon Is support the assumption. returned to earth today a little
either country's contest. They have said nothing about the power of the rocket that more than 24 hours after It .f
r r The new 'Voskhod' capsule, observers acknowledge, could bea launched the 'Voskhod" For all anyone here knows, the craft blasted off on a pioneering
key unit hi a system designed to accomplish a manned lunar could have been launched by a rocket no more powerful than the night that kept the Russians
landing before the 197Q! goal set by the United States rocket already used twice by the U.S. to orbit unmanned test versions well ahead In the space race,
But there Is said to be no evidence from the Voskhod' flightso of Its three-man Apollo moon vehicle. The Soviet news agency Tans
far that the Russians have made any advances in other areas said the Voskhod (Sunrise)
crucial to the lunar race. (See LAC en Page II) *, landed safely at Its "press- M"
signed spot" in the Soviet Unionat
10:47: a.m. ((2:47: a m. EST).
That was 24 hours and 17
minutes after It had been blast-
ed Into orbit. (A' win**! H we Swt.
"All three members of the '
Voskhod crew are feeling well,,"

Taie Soviet reported Premier Khrushchev.M*1 A 'basic training recruit, left ilea. an uatraeiar of
(' rttskt) ttno'atasse'll w '" '4 a m a radio conversation with the await trainees quartered In harrlcke at Ft.:Ord. Calf!., f.
three cosmonauts Monday, decorated with bedding being aired In fight against s
promised them the boisterous meningitis outbreak. Ileddlng has been hung oat of
Moscow reception the Soviet window dally since' meningitis first hit the poet some
three month ago Additional steps were announced
capital traditionally gives to
travelers. Monday' as official seek to curb any spread of the disease
space. at the Army baa. Dasc!
I Be ready for the overloadingwhich training will be Interrupt.
well arrange for you after ed for December and visit and leave win both be curtailed -
for the time being.County .
you come back to earth,",the
premier said.
The three members of Voikhod .
I 'i crew, Col. Vladimir Ko- Tax Roll
marov, the pilot; scientist Ronstantin -
Feoktlslov, and Dr. Bore
is Yegnrov, were met at the,
2 landing spot by "sports corn Tom $109 Million
Story Page mlislnners, correipondcnU and .
wlr *wO I* IN Mil .. -
.1 Z"/' 'Copter Force Boosted in Viet NamCAI' friends The spaceship Tam landed after It The Alachua County tax roll because! of slat laws, amount ..

"'I.r! ; t orbits, It was the first night bya for 19(4 adds up to 10UI2JOII! to $4.727,751. Personal and a>
A float of,11'01" helicopters works over a wide-reaching reed area near Saigon In conjunction with Vietnamese spaceship containing more Tax Assessor J, Pierce Smith tangible property assessments
ground force sftkiBgout Viet Cong infiltrators who have been responsible for disastrous ambushes against government than one man has announced. add up /1tJ16/f00..
forces.' '*"- "The program of scientific H* estimated several months Between ..M* and $31..
research, designed for 24 hours ago the roll would be about properties will b* mead thai :'
of night, was accomplished/ In $Iot } million. year, I at 1111...., Last year, _
full." Tan said"Valuable Last year the tax roll was about JMflO proptrtle were eat=:
: Hit Cuba City SplitsOn Information was about $93.S million, or $14 million the tax roils.Homestead. _
Tonight, obtained about the flight of a lower than !this year's fig exemption total.
I group of cosmonauts consistingof urea Utt4M.. TIlt amber *f :
High Cost specialists In different fields. The tax roll Is listing/ of (See TAX on Pap I) _
Growing Threat to FloridaMIAMI For the first time, sciential properties and .uellm e n t s

I I0f SAE Suit were directly able to In conduct outer space.observations against which lanes will be levied

I (APMToplcal Storm caused further devastation. The Castro's militia had been placedon The Information obtained asa This year the. mlllsge rateIs
The high cost of going to result of the flight Is being WHERETO
to Havana said the the set at 311' mills for county
lobe, rapidly ,winding .up newspaper! Hoy alert along south coastto court evoked the traditional 2-2 tabulated and processed"
hurricane force approached tobacco crop already may have deal with any storm emer differences of and school: operations, 110. a
opinion among Although announcementsaid
Cuba course been damaged. one half mill from tail year.
western today on a gency.A
members of the Cslnesvllle I I In effect that only a 24-hour FIND IT
threatened the Florida l Ad vslnrem lanes will addup
that ; Short Weather Bureau advisory at
wave Cuban broadcasts City Commlasun Monday night. night had been planned an to about WJBI900) this

coast Chief Storm Forecaster Cordon monitored I la Miami mid See I3BELL on Page II) The split came over the ion- announcement Monday said the Bills for the new, tax roll year 0 CtntciWorn ...._............. II
big suit now In appellate court night was to test !the stresses C.fW. ....
Dunn of the Miami Weather will start going out next month .__ 1'.17
Bureau said the storm would on the University Avenue and strains on man during a Smith said I assessments& lasedelssmeM, .......... $4OkHwdee
cross: Cuba's western tip, llth Street "SAE" corner service long Jht. against real estate total $83..M.M .- .._....._.. 2Opleleas
merge into the southeastern Sen. station fight/ However usually reliable ), about n per cent of the tout '''' ....._... 4
Cult of Mexico a few hours sit.er ThurmondDue City Attorney Owe Fagan sources said then that the satellite AMimenls aisimt rsil- S,.... ......;........?... .11
midnight and reach hurricane \ submitted an Interim bill to the might stay up only two roads and telegraph" properties, **'* ..._.....NN..S
intensity carry Wednesday.Then commission at the meeting for (Ve SPACE M Pago II) which are figured separately
his services and those of Ini-
be said, it will Here
cure Friday
versify of Florida Professor Dr.
mar to the eastward on a track. Ernest Bentley Hartley is the

toward Cuba's Florida.National Observatory U. 1 Sen. Stress Thurmond, South Carolina's Democrat who city's planning and toning consultant Indicted for Assault on Girl I
turned hind to assist Fagan
Republican, will speak Friday In CainesvuTe> after the
Issued hurricane warnings forQlba's
m thecssePagan's .
University of Florida
Homecoming Parade at the forth Main
westernmost PInar Del
St. shopping center parking lot bill fAIr 211 hours By NORM LaCOESu two men charged with breaking
RM Province and far eastward ..
as spent on the case to date
Havana Thurmond is stumping to* South in support of Barry Cold- Staff Wrier Judge Metes and enuring. Warren PUtman
as water Republican presidential candidate which Js now at the stag Randolph Puts. 23 year old 22. and Walter L. Kitlerman
American forecasters were. The senator arrives at Gainesville where the brief appealing the Negro, has been Indicted by the Out Sentences >>.
Airport at 11 21 a 1ft.
,. ,
handicapped by Fidel Cut Is for
ease ready
After presentation Alachua County Grand Jury for Three men were seat to prison
I a press conference la the he
piM s lounge win I be escorted .
reluctance to allow U. 1 planes to the appeals court-was $*,
the I during proceedings
Sept daylight of
into Calnesviu in s motorcade. Thurmond win review rp an yesterday
m his territory Hurricane hunters dIP 4J44J.Fagan. 18 year old Gainesville white Wtbster Grady Trapp, J*,
Homecoming Parade
with Mayor Howard T. McKinney and II white and
were staying M miles away apologized for the size girl- men one Negro charged with and
from the Communist dictatorship (other digmtsr tarn the city stale: and university. of his bill stung that the man. Gene's breaking entaring -,
and the storm was closer FbOowmg bit public speech, Thurmond will ..,. a Ulf..., brief lie prepared with Barter PUtt appeared this morning Puts Is accused of attacking was sentenced Grocery to June 20, .1
ttaa mat to the toast television program for state-wide distribution by WVTT-TV, case II over lit peg- before Circuit Judge J. C. Adkins the girl behind sn apartment months hi slat six to U
Channel en Jr., and was told to price lie
"Tb low "pressure area off get a !ruse, only" a few feel from
pleaded guilty last
July ..
I the southwest coast of Cub has: He plans to attend the Blue |qr Smoker sad Banquet and B* defended the amount of lawyer before, his arraignment" Man Street downtown. The assault knee was Imposed by
scheduled No $. Judea
2 Adkins
become a disturbance: of great the Gator Growl as a guest of the university ton* Bvtley has spent. the said occurred la mid mornIng Adklns after a '
I he win IfDecenary pre-eemeoc* Investigation.
force: ," the Cuban observatory Tbormond who was elected governor and senator from appoint an attorney He was arrested Sept U, .
...... Satin CaroflBa a* Democrat, changed his party affiliation BitWithout Dr. Barter I dont escaped the county J Jail I I three Albert Engine Williams If
J aloe: hit by hurricanes Oeo I' tope order to sapper. GoUwater.. He was tile Ml SUM light* know where w* would be," befCTl Pitta did not enter i plea of days later and was recaptured convlctod Jan. X HO of ,fort,..
and Hilda ...wlbil season, already candidate.Mrs. hif Innocence or guilt at this ton. within 24 III>urt. err and ottering forgery, plead.a .
I has suBertsl groat .' Jays* .)..' BttterwortX Republic** stat commitlwoms **- it was Bsrfry's was bill The Indictment wet the first] Several ether arraignments polIty If tics acme sharp lit
and. property ....... For tale from Alacbu ,County. announced Tbsrmeid'sschedule. that Msjsrssl protests l I e mCenrr.lo.era business for the ..If. selected also were on the docket today. a sew ,****.Ia,. Wit
.past On days, ; James JUchard- It-member grand Jury, which: iiams' .
heavy rains
caused hv ItosA was seated Monday morning. After that, lute Arty. Ted Duncan prevm0 arisaee w a aifs.
mar have
i e flee A7T oa rage I) The jury Jadudca OM woman Is expected to call for trial trolls A rata >

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PEOPLE in the. NEWSBriefly. Bryant Cites More About

", a.
Fast Pace

.Of SouthSAN ,.. wr.L shave at+riL M,+ew" x BudgetFrom 1
1e ;; 6r ;; t .

Gov. Farris Bryant says the Page 1 I

South ia changing at a tremendous
pace. eetlL C wait to the recrea tles, fire aap against last year's HUM; Pur-

"This la the South's great op. creel! Ms.r1=eas. z wties....... Much aid chasing department, $13,955
xirtunity," Bryant said Monday 1a w re and fire departmenl. against this year's fUJU;

i.n calling on Southern governors '- budget hikes were due .la to Police enforcement division

to provide leadership to carry 4-- creased programs radar KM : .,." against/ last year's

the South into the front seat of 1J.i. !MIld IIMM provisions. ".117; detention division $26,.

progress I These are the bask fund allocations ,410 against last year's 123,073;

I Bryant chairman of the 17- approved by the eon sign division. 111,110 against I

state regional governors conference mIlts Monday Bight: ,last ,IU'. HIM; anmul. con-

said the Soutb's "great op. It City Ce utlsalee, M01 ItroIll.lvllloe. I7.MO against last '\4! .

portunity" lies In planning to : against hut ,....'. $ "; Otymanager's year's *,UO; \

meet new "fourth dimensional" I j I dice, $..* against Fire department I44I.S53sgilast

living. I II last year's Wasp; Finance d* J Jut year's $373,733;

"Leadership will go to! those I ,- ."d-_...-.. rerlrw r ........ $10M against lul FwbUe works administration.
states and regions that win the r..r .0 ..... ... ''y, ;' $lU, ; Law doper; .dtvUoam a1agalnitlast .i I

race with change" Bryant told wren wow _.......... -Y mast. mm against year'. year's SMjM; anglnearmg. divi.

an opening business session. case mble =--..... C' $17,000; don, mjtU sphft but year's

I Citing the explosive expansion sY R Municipal Court $13,400 .*.,..; inspection. division

of education In Florida\ Bryant o. ..-:' ? a gal as t last year's 111,711FlMiiujigdejartaent : MMM against last 111 r 'a

said: "Changes have already ... TIJJI ..,.; strait division f454,251

taken place in Florida which .. ... "..11........ ,_d. .i.-d r.. -.Rw against last "U'' .....117; refuse .
'have been so rapid and so recent divides fUMM againstlast
WEATHER FORECAST Floridians kept a watchful aye on tropical atom More About .
year's _
that we have not yet adjustedto ,111: equipment
them-and our present rate Isbell (arrow) as! she prowled the Caribbean near Cuba today. The rest of tine maintenance, $.m against !

of adjustment will be changed nation meanwhile, enjoyed generally seasonal weather except for a fresh chill CourtFrom last year's )3.0M;

again before we have accommodated spreading over New England labell, packing 50-mLle-aa-4tour winds Ia moving Buildings and grounds de
them" partment. 013,270 against I.a tyear'
toward the Florida atraita.
Page 1 $13,050; parks and playgrounds .

... Boosts $139.332 against Jutyeu'l '
": IA* WlrooftoM il ftMr" .
More About
Weather Roundup ncated on a Gideon appeal because $124470; cemetery division .

Trio of Governors Arm be did not have a lawyer slI,Me against last year'a
'Copter at hii first trial. Willlaina It ,-; city buildings division .

ftfWa G.vaniar Farrte Rryaatt Isis with eseeutKowef LagFrom serving five concurrent five M0.274 against last year's $37,.

.. other ...... Alkalis caaatal Mates In Viet NamCAO s1.r year terms Judge Adkina Ira 140; airport division $30,748

at Kt' >...... GevenotV Ceerfereatto let s.. A.. LANH South Viet Nam Page 1 posed another five year term, igslnst last year's JJ,010;

tonic: Toia At center la Caaa-gia/a ...*. Carl $9aa (!AF) The u.s. Army has setup It la possible observers say,, a. run with the others. Health department, $47,. ,

ders, with Gv. DasMU .. ..... of >9e.th CaraJbH a third helicopter company that the Russians are content- Wlttte James Medley 17. waisanteac.idtalU W against last year's ",06S; I

on the rl.,.. Bryant la c....... ., the ceat....., la toe largely Viet Cong-controlled plating a short tout to the moon A e.eld.Lr": reMen eIMMInON Iftd months .to pats welfare agency $14,000 against i
which began HMMMT.JOINS River delta I that would not require outsize ", nit Mroift .. WsMSday willi .harass ea after his probation was rawked. > last year'a $11000: recreation ,
.-' Mekong .. I .tln. Mm* Ie pw cmt ofr is lie was accused d breaking apartment, $It.,. against J p.
nplll u. nopes 01 cutting a rockets tonight and Wxlnndiy Low tonight I M/rMe ,
into the SIAM Shoe II
IDA M 10 t) High WMnmUy U to last year's $01,055; library I
awaber of disastrous ambushes)" They would have to launch "'"
HI Mottly rwrM.a.end ml olndt 10 F months ago. He was placed on '1130,003 last
The' body of Cddts Cantor against. government groundHowever I enough rockets of the smaller to II mlln on -Partly hourBCD cloudy to w' probation last November. Be- 1111,040. against year's I

lay entombed today with those tenet lass: to assemble a size a b 1 f v.
A cause of probation 0 1 atlasJudge .
cloudy through Wednesday. Parking meter department
of his wife af d1 yean, Ida, recent operation :platform In earth orbit. A lunar
a "' AdUna found him guilty
few local showers today or .,320 against last year's 7.ao
and one of their five daughters fI1 js the edge of the Plain of I raft would finally be hurled toward of the original charge and imposed ;
i.> tonight becoming more aum- personnel department (new),
: the from this orbital
Private services for the 71- ; Retell showed that It may take cross Wednesday. Low tonight aentenee.John $
'ear-ol< ) BMroj helicopters \hi the 60s High wednesday Henry Smith, 1', chargerf fund appropriations
Monday' Granuw Mortuary. the initiative for Experts have been debating with of
gate govern- 78 to M. Northeast and grand larceny a Included Insurance
Cantor died of a coronary I..i meat forces In the delta rice for years the relative difficulty, cracker vending machine Dec.
of this and other approaches.In east winds 10 to 20 miles per ",818; longevity pay. $25,500;
i seclusion' Saturday. He bad .i bawlVaita 38, MM pleaded Innocent and ,
arlstmas bonus 1
I I lour bae/ $18,000; e t yetirement
luffer l1lrom a heart ailment horn the new company any case, it would require ; 9 firtlv' towM WHO o w"" "' via docketed for trial tatta, $131,000; social se-
for nearly" 11 years. sad aa elder unit took!: part in a thorough mastery of rendezvousing few ihown today. 'Incr.n.rneonly; ", Bother GMew. appellant bad
died In 1M2 of M techniques and Joining ve- mil w=.d.w.Y.rstd :tools 1 : MOWHltn GAlNESVTLUg WEATHER his sentence vacated wily $43,950; public reporting
Canter's wife a flight t* lift government NorthoM original IS,. contingent fund
miles hides In space. It would also! re- ,I M* 00* WUW W .. N OHM w Municipal, Airport readings because be did law ; f82.-
heart $meht. Their daughter, ....,. into an area M IMUP. loull* M, hor noor Hxmtr* not have a SO; Chamber of Commerce
Marjorie, succumbed to cancer .- southwest. of Sa1&on.Coverunent quire multiple launching sites Smolt coOt ihovM rn... t> oo'. or for M hours la g a m. today: ,.,. Re went to prim in early 20,000; Junior Chamber ofomnterce

In uCtha\ three are entombed forces kit ground I on the ground and the ability to protected po ond Capo:wotort KonnMtv touthward. from Ton High N at t ....,, low U at 9a I.. $750; Jewish ceme-

it HlJ&kta t Memorial Park Mau. only 30 minutes after JOG: VietCong fire! off a succession of rockets W.dnnd.Y.r ;.MWnytodMa.dy" bormlnfdo =mi mii .m. No rain Probation was ordered for two Ier'17SI; Boys' Club. $1,800;
with very accurate timing. ___ ItooIg arse W_ Calvta 14 and
spotted la the area. men. Council ,
wleuawMJf' were ., .. TiMPs**Tu.e* euewHiaaHo Florida League of M nricipall.Lea !
There Is no solid) evidence so w K Mm* Iwall "hoiw Coo
Jot ........ 17.
While helicopters provided air tixilgnt 'In otto 701 rxgl Vmnnaoy bmo > ) low Urn* Shy $000
Far that the Russians are significantly low tea Mgit VMdMadoy 0* tw ....-'IiI .........._ 71 07 ;
,LEAVE Qsealaae rand byfenaa'a Caw support troops Jumped out to low Hi NorltioMt and ."t wind It MIIIIII ......,..,........ hl 71 A earned, facing three counts of City besutlftaitloii board
? kid themselves I in near-nek ahead of this country to W mil.. o* Mw'. 1M....... VMd- ,_ .................. n 71 .ee forgery and. uttering forgery,
James I. Meredith, t ha Katieeaal BlsbopJaam In rendezvous techniques. Malay.er.w eras ihould ,....,.. In Allin' ......, ......... N n,000; University of Florida
A. Pfte aaaat lhaChrMaaj water. Reeds were well N... OrlOera ......., Ie N bad pleaded guilty; adjudication
deep tao *
Ameiaa who broke the port or proto w A VWAHINe rater ".011O; street light elec-
Negro On two occasions, they have rOIKAStIAJT eerron ..... ,......N Ie
armor pr''" at the University deewkw of she TrhsMy aver their heads. Although there put two spacecraft In orbit thai gawp, Nomniat on* ooot Y.rM :......,...... N r 01 guilt was withheld and pro rte consumption. ..IDI; new
.. ......... .
Y ris. batata ordered for five .
of Misebjslppl. says he'll leave have predwttd lively was sporadic shooting neither)I passed within four or five miles -. A/1 Mi r N M.w0 hee/5 Mrwt M.Ml.5-wrar5 C.wMryw..... ....-.......... Ie r years.Canada1 t 1natIIJa... _,-i m a I n t .. ,
other and the __ ... .... ah mat pay back mof )
ska CM
ceanaaat at Eaansaal farce saw the sW'4Mew lace. $...; storm sewerleymonts.
Niger)[ If arrangements for his of one another This showed c. :v Tines "..........: : ., Ie.... ....
not concluded as general e.Ineat a an.tbg helicopters were unable to pinpoint good and : N1iM M 0 ens rtw .. .......,. r r ..nI. aeap/N forged $....; parking 1mwvemeat -
Itudles1 ,ra, tuning accuracy. ... L. A.yaA .:......... II rt ---.
le a 540 III 0:11 5. 515 I:
"honorably as they had been In St. Louis this week. enemy units which escaped However there was evident!) ...... rams. ... ........... sismre accused two $l..' civil dolasjltary -
The delta region is only r-. .SJN
In the United States. no attempt In either case act
egun SLAINMary ....-.. Hat July was placed
Meredith came to Nigeria dry about four months out ol a sally to Join the two craft More oa anajatlsa. ) five years.Pysealatrle sewer payments

iboutlwo moaths ago to study Plocbot Meyer was I year. Rendezvousing (getting else ito will be ..In; capital. Improvements
reports ordered -
Three In the 4th AboutSpace Wjeets. ..,.; transfer to
it Ibadfn, reporteAy on a scholarship found fatally l companies one another) and actual JoinIng >- far two .........
provided by the NI ert. shot Monday Army Corps are responsible for (called docking) of spacecraft .... ...... 0IIntrtIt. Mad aad Interest fund $15,000;
Ma said the along the CbOJ virtually all of Viet Nam south : are bade to the U.s. approach M with Dactric fund. $4.381,000,
government charged Issnlag
an scholarship was offered by officials canal In the! of Saigon. They can be strength In Project Apollo But From Page 1 wertMaea check la July to City a .tth ....... coming from

of the Nigerian Embassy Georgetownsection ened with additional helicopter I oily one rendez v o u s docking Furniture Co.. pleaded kmies ileclTlcity sales; water fund.
units from Saigon and Bica Hoa will be required fo* said tile 11.....: and plant bnprovenent -
In Washington, ,,11that the efj maneuver The announcement el UM lessness. They pilareported : due la hManMy. He to rtpreaanlad -
scholarship hat sot been made Washington D.f for major operations. I,i single Apollo lunar mission bunching said Voskhod had the travelers were In I by tile public ....... fund $,.lIU7t.Novelist :

available and M government C. She was a" I, Helicopter companies normally Tb r e c men will take o f I ,been "put into orbit cbse la DM busy la notice any such effects. ala Jeremtih gtudstil U,

oflclaj-.h discussed It with descendent of.GiffordPlnchot Include about 35 armed and) from earth n an Apollo capsule, prescribed one." TIle orbit was After tine seveakaur kraal. rketged will eaeas.ivs ,..

,bun since his arrival. ,| troop-carrytng choppers and 250 ,:.i oaring directly into or bi |,highly elliptical with a mast 11 during Ute night. Ulsvjessa amFaMM I chase af serrate drugs, aba bulUag r

former governor men. I tround the moon. mum height of Sft mile aid a s aTCCHWi VW .sMafl Ins i >..la rie report

of Pennsylvanla. Two ol the crewmen will minimum of 11* Miles. Then 1M ftatrIII eater r ins sat.I I'N. ede ee nwestiglatloas.ten

A man Is being held by More About make the lunar landing in a was speculation hi Moscow thai pasae*! aver Soviet aid and .I trued Mtf MWoM ...

police In connection with the small ferry vehicle known as it was far enough off tha.. prescribed pectve off ma toosassoiaia aa), inmate who pleaded gutty erse

111)'lnK. ..., :he "bug" The third crewman orbit la require aa earlier peered aa the TV scree cents* They are:

TaxFrom kill keep things shipshape M landing this originally Oahraa B. dark charged
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j ,.. .tiaainalsslia began -
he main capsule awaiting their
IN MEMORY : I IreturD. planned. expcctediy fw theca aid m I with breaking Mo the hone of

Adlal E. SlevensM says the Page 1\\ The .single rendezvous-docking : However a spokesan at the .., 1M ms aegag.d 1Is tbd... .Lev- Oalsey Party Mae As* Waken 22. M,
late Eleanor Roosevelt was, 'wwk;' said Tass. "VladiBoi
be In Bocaum
maneuver will then performed city observatory ,
e barged will receiviag! $000 stolen -
"more than relevant for our homestead properties claiming was taming the" pa.- el thi
alter the "bug" takes off i West Germany, said it was believed from Lest HMT.T.
times-she was ahead of us." exemption has not been totaled. the flight log Konstanlin's face waibscwed
from the moon to rejoin there that the cosmonauts
Calvin Eugene Thompson,
Stevenson US. ambassador Not all real property Is Included by bia bad hi UMioregroMad. I
main capsule In orbit armm d had trouble with then- charged hi two counti with leerlevy I
the United Nations was In the tax roll or list of I The dactar was I
the moon. The "bug" will then transmitter sending signals: tin trttflrtaf' a forgery. t
among speakers Monday nigh homestead exemptions. be cast adrift and the main I back to earth. writing something apparent], tall State Atty. Mack thatch
at flOO-a-plate dinner honorlnf Totally exempt property Is Jotting down the results of medical '
a capsule will bring the ast r o I suspended charges on the first
the memory of Mrs. Roosevelt not shown at all\ In the tax as nauts back to earth. The flight fell far short of the observations. When the,] count after DiesB. i
Thompson pleaded
wife of the nation's 32nd presi sessor's work. This Include The first manned Apollo flight previous record of 81 orbits by heard by radio that the eartl I second. '

dent. property owned by the federal, wiD be simply a proving flight I Soviet Lt. CoL Valery F. By- was calling them they al I gailty- WUliaaa to the G. Vac Ibersteia, hi (Pal) Itaah sews

Tire dinner was one of several state county or city govern In orbit around the earth. It I Is: kovsky m June 1963. His flight smiled at -=e." 25, charged with mree ceuats of Npr mais ad aevuW whe

across the nation to benefit the ments fraternal or charitable currently scheduled for late asted 119 !hours and six The cosmonauts radioed the: trend He ml- .dies write abet war. died ,
larceny. pleaded
Foundation and churches minutes Just under five days. they slept in shifts and wok sudsy af WhuaaMttM of :,
Eleanor Roosevelt organizations, 1961. eesitast
Koattantla E. Feoktlstov, for work In the fields of human Smith reminded I proper I In Washington James Webb, with hearty appetales 10 contendre (no ) on twoomb tha ........ .. was 17. Re I'
.,-f "scientist Is the eldest Is administrator of the National During the elgtw! Tar said ; preeacatiea Wit aaapendedi mule AIle.. tabytr," a ,
than re study
aid to a
underprivileged owners
world ty
maa Ja the trio manning the rights, peace of assessment Information More About Aeronautics and Space Administration Feoktistov followed a crowded i fer the. third. any atrial desk war, Y'

Rassfn space ship sent Into children and can beginning said field from said the Soviet feat was work schedule making visual I Feller Edward Blake Jr.U. ..HeM Back the Night,"
erblf Monday. Tile pie I tore cer research. men Suit "a clear indication that the observations of the stars cheek. .. .) wwh breaking aadrsssewiiaa aeaO the Msrhwe ki Korea

ol till scientist, whose exact HONOR his office will be visiting nine properties Russians are continuing s large tag the InsUumenta aboard OH I....... waa i.. aad ......... heel, "Hew

funcQoni! .. the night were TO during the next I space program for the achievement : ship and controlling the equip, ...... ea ana aanal after he .e drvl'e re I.em sad. I

not spelled! eat by abe Kus.slans Mrs. Job F. Kennedy win months to bring an records up From Page 1 of national power and menL pleaded ajaHty t* awe ethers. ..,.- Punt WI a ......

; was made by No o.. be guest of honor Dec. 2 It I to date I prestige." I At the 1.cebit tilt trio and Jesse Walker Jr. 58, chaajad .le of .. IMvenity at ,..,.
II Soviet dinner for the Tat assessment proceduresare ton and Howard Me 1011III). .I with poaseislaa. el moonshine
ageacy. fund-raising US. officials pointed out that oed: "Breakfaeled. with gal ....
Cedan-SianI Medical Center. I being converted this yearto "w.'" bad all the consulting ""llnIfine. I\ateJ1epI.\ 11.
ON HARRY spokesman said Mon electronic data processing I we can afford on this," the American space program appetite and pleasure. board.": Judg. Adkins signed eagles
hospital fine oa
does not call for a similar feat Everything I
1 and sat bend at $i
Ruhardson sputtered. move wsftisas >
Former President DwIiM D. Njulpment. until -. Two man Gemini The me of list cabin wr III I
day.A we the bills with paymentin 000 for ten persona net ta cue- II. FUNERALNOTICES
Kennedy pay lath
Eisenhower his fellow John Fitzgerald scheduled to but television viewS
says About space ships are go given I.
More fun to Ernest Bartley with tody. They are:
dedicated within b..
Pavilion will be three a-ighl PArases.
candidate how calM the
Republican, presidential I.no additional work," into orbit early year Howard Oonklia 50, charged
30-mUlion center.
Barry Coldwater. "could the | There was no second to Richantwn's '- ever. erltllpetf. with grand larceny; Pete Floyd
ta Tokyi I
not be held accountable" for As their IUgM neared Its end, Japanese scientists charged with warthleaa check;
everj.:statement he made as a NO CAR motion. the three new space travelers estimated mat the ship weigh)I ale
Richardson, a business .. Johnagr MUay. Johnny .. '
I professor .. tile hew tool www! PN
senator.Elsenhower. Ring Starr, the Beattles From Page 1 at the University of Florida reported "everything fine llS km The weight dl,. .racks... lergery and alter lag ... wlrw .veer". '
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speaking Monday drummer, was a full fledgec I A lass correspondent in the lest previous space forgery; Willie Jackson, forgery :: win :=N ter ti .
noted la his aside remarks firs,I acid M.-
night. SM Republicans at a$141plate driver today but he dMsn'ihave Ilia... CST placed the Mom tune space flight control center said |closed by the Russians was and attarlag forpry; Boy Led- .IMO /5NOMMNw ntre! N a'0rl
attacking Hartley's spent
dinner said of Cold a car yet. center 40 miles south of Cuba's the "Often as the medical control instruments tons baBel.r eU Masr. ......... suppertCkerle : seats wri.... ---.nor. .....n.ym..-5r'
water Ringo told friends he prob. western tip. The Cuban Weather on case we pro relaying data from the craft | The Japanese espreaee Merrweax Oargery anduttarvol ---
lessors don't know where to .I manGaai.setah
"For a long time he was a ably would get a sports car like<' Bureau, two hours earlwr. had showed the three men In fine the boater racket dial gave hwijary; Frances g.

freewheeling senator and conk the other two Beetle Ifcense. reported It Just 27 milts off the top. condition. He reported: 'Voskhod into orbit waa aaan'powerful fierce, nsrlhlaai check; Jamie) S.

not be held accountable for holders, George Harrison at I coastThe McKinney repeated his Initial I "Their pulse rate never once .... Aaaerfcrt Man I MartM ..... 21. grand brcer .

everything he said. Today there Paul McCartney. Miami Weather Bureau I opposition to any of the commission rose over 7t since their entry I,,1 but had leas wWetlhasi. .at ; licked drippy. 43. a.. /*adrd --

Is nothing flip, no Impulsivenessabout Ringo passed his drlvlnf: said the center was near fcrttU action. regarding the taro orbit. The hang supply/ with va S. tall beta daeipd.Veekled 1p rated assault; Jaaan C. Taeher. =:, =
marked laaachad hgr I Y
him." test Monday. bade .) north longitude MS controversy corner oxyren was satisfactory AId all I was at grand krcesy.DON'T "I"M-
th.it has been the subject of the three slept weD. sew ..rertul recheT kw j.mass I : FtendsPd
west. w"c..z:: :
L311 I .. .. ,
"Any storm In this position always most famous inning light ia the "Doctors regard this aa aa ewnoaom d 1IaiIIaaIIr. .M..d es Bawd ea.r

, Rep. Stealings Is a threat to South .'1.Ida. 1.-.- city's history. obvious result of the splendid sautbfaat el >iia GOOVERBOARD .... .. .... OMIt .
; bituatie .",Duan said. I The "Young Turk" supporters conditions crested in the cabta.This .I Th.Asjapi.veal.yla.wMlithe --- .....
To Speak Here WILLIAM W1LKINS "We can't trlllll'lw. however, of the antl.filling stalk stand time we are receiving [ saaa weal ... wi rt o.stAtMN 5AV5 RrAr

HAWTHORNE William Wit. exactly In what oVfctwa It is against Wilbur Bishop on the from the space' ship profes- ;Southern Siberia meets love c.I
because of, the lack ofpiano comer site defended Bartlry'i stood reports on the eaure Geared AarOn ..
State. Rep. George Staffing kins. 10. died Monday* U 1 moving ( medical sear 1M CaiaIII BLK or T. Va. (AT) p .. ..
recannalMKe" I work and pushed through a rvftfflnnation intricate complex of a pea 11 ::
Duval Cbmty win speak al Gainesville He was a retiree I I "
of ceeraaawIk radioedgres 1 ha ci
winds were estimated of the commission's physiological condition. SUMS, the M ens rie.hswea emur
the FtorUa. Untoft Wednesday. al .salesman hour Intent to the majority The cosmonauts wore light la lha .UMfiaM |aple.Taaasa.4 h Mtdkp = : Mr
I Survivors include two sleigh. st M miles an around an press ': fees II
7 dtrN Path
: p.JIL are a
to the city attorny weoleot cfcxntog rather that the
SteDIIIIJo'who. h SpoworH bj :I ten Mrs. R. J. Pierce. Tampa,:: rye which became better organ- position aboard the ship 1 d bM. .... IIIi 6.4 .
far Free bid this morniKg. Gt\ extended heavy space suits worn on previous "From space aver rOli er
tilt YGUIII Ameheaa ',and Mrs Phillip Barksdate authorMne flights I VoskhosL we vein tka paaabt el.=i tbsae vsadtM r stew -"' :. =-=
far' CokNia' New Cblber i oat 70 miles in all dlrectioM The action payment ..
dean and! flsadaatl Jersey: a and BarurVi The IbMiana said they bad the Catted States af Assorts I that ==-. M err N r era
wID lilt.. .... -FrOI'll W. Writing, Toledo* Onto; asveigrindcnildrea I rise stem was moving to the of Fagan adia g aM .t seteper ttrlelre M
IU. floe mss .......
oIoaIaIIII It gxhtdae. \ sad 11 graa'pandcruldrt I oerttvaartbealiwir. al Live milts an bills was unanimous by tinenahmisJoo. not put aboard any equipment peace happiness. e.eswria r -

The psWt tit Jtwid.' : la overcome effects af weight sage said.
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October 1 1964RESOURCES '
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"' Loons and Discounts $14,116,859.36 ;;, .J".1.'
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., I Less: Reserves for Losses : i,
'., on Loans ., 27,067.10 $14,089,792.26 "'
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1 Overdrafts 600.32 I : i ....
Banking House, Furniture and Fixture 367,432.82 Ii ; ....

.. Federal Reserve Bank Stock 66,000.00 : '! I :
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Other Real Estate ,I. 28,200.00 "
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Other Resources 26,293.15 ,'. '. ,"
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It :, Customers Liability Under.Letters of Credit 267,500.00 :t o,: :;,
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; ? A U. S. Govt. Obligations $5,348,001.65 'ri I 'J'I I
Other Bonds and Securities 5,236,003.46

Cash and Due from Banks 7,814,277.66 18398282.77

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Undivided Profits I 375,718.48

.X Reserves .' :.,"""'. 324,665.21 .: '

I Unearned Discount 405,990.68 .'
Letters of Credit 267,500.00 ,
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.,J Gordon A. Taylor Chairman of the Board James N. Anderson, iti \t .. ,
Charles B. Outcn. President Milton BrownleeE ;r-
Finley Cannon Jr. '
I E"S. Milltr, First Vice. President Sam T. Cell'I; I ,I',.1t"" : '
','I'' Clarence T. Ayers, Vice President Pot C. Ketter
I j Byron Mills. Vice President & Cashier A.Edgar Fred S. MD.rrd. .
'Si y'. Edwin, W. Wood, Assistant Vice President Chas. B. Outen .
Louie G. Jones, Assistant Ve President C. Addison Pound '., r/

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Robert E. Astt CashierGeorge ,,
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Oi i tt.sufIkiuuJoNN I A irrnB 70VR EGET11NG OFF THE OtOCND. '] [ VIEWPOINT ,lZ'

The Public'sNot
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VKI I Pr..ld.et ..d CI'Ic" Mee..c. By RALPH McGILlT
a 'I es.w .... ....- \y
THE SUN'S POLICY 01 ri .-.Werra_ _..,..... of the two presidential candidates

evidently thinks that hla opponent I Is running under fake <

'1. Rtport #>. ntw fully and ffnportiolly'; in #.. newg column colors: It Is hard enough for the public to understand the con-
2. Express the opinion of tI. Sun In-tut only m -""*torloli.' bin and
.10111I8 characterizations which
3. Publish I alt' Ides' of Important controversial' 'luuti. China'sMoves t are emerging on t
the stump these days, but it appears even more difficult for

The Sun's'telephones: All departments 378-1411\ ;', the candidates to understand each other.

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.J.\o.--L.-. : : President Johnson, for example, said (n indiana be Is not
1 f( sure that "there Is a real Republican candidate" running j

against him. Senator Goldwater on the same day in Texas
.- Unethical Conduct said be wishes the Democrats would re-name themselves the
.. "Socialist Party" as he argues that the Johnson administration
;;:: I
H you have doubts about the psychological and 1 571 who answered the survey said l f t big-government controls that breed "socialism"
and emotional stability of they .did not have enough first-hand In .AfricaWASHINGTON The truth of the matter Is that both the candidates are concentrating
on a of campaigning which Is based
your mother-in-law you could write information about the Arizona senatorto that the general public doesn't understand on aallacynamely

I to Members of the American Pay make an evaluation. (Dr. Reginald] Issues and that these can be misrepresented and votes

chfitric' Association for their opinions B. Weiler of Scottsdale Ariz.. who \ NOTES gained Just the same .

:. has had many opportunities to see Diplomatic brows are furrowed An old campaign trick Is to give the impression that the

yy, Goldwater, said be considered Gold as they watch .the patient opposing candidate is lacking in integrity\ Another "gimmick"is

Jfentlon the fact that your mother- water "exceptionally well-adjusted and invasion of African political to use Innuendoes and Inferences,_which Imply! that the

irt hw' WM confined to bed for near- in tune with reality.") and economic areas by Communist uj/iwauif caaaraaie J a C S S

I' bCJwo weak In the 1930s after the China. That there will brains or the capacity to hold

i strain of preparing for the marriage The 10,000 who were not suckers in be an Increase in this influence : i iI running the office for which be is

oMier daughter to you. Use a few this magazine stunt acted responsibly.The Is certain. That It may be I Voice of the People
But what makes the whole
selective quotes from what your psychiatric association itself pro- chekmated soon is doubtful
thing so puzzling/ is that this
mother-in-law said in conversations tested to the magazine's editors whenit
i Back of this slow Is the assumption of weO-odu-
p with you, in' gossiping with her heard about the survey. A spokesman which will' mean increasing change, I .On The SunOpinion PageO.e _..I, cated men, high up In political

f friends around the bridge table and for the American Medical Asso- organizations who are familiar

j those talks ahe made to the Woman ciation said his organization "con diplomatic recognition of Peking ... nmmmtt ee ... Mtrfm ere W.)CMM I. HH V.im N tto ,..,!. .eI.... Letters with the trends of
'. by African nations with;, cwt to dewed. ..< tow Mw wnlr' "*.... N._ wll to wdhtoM M .......... A ..... ......
Club.. demns this obviously scurrilous un- of ... ...... 500 .*.. ... ce..s be ....... e. -Ir ewe aide .> ito (.,... *...., _HI N .... 'lie American thought but who
scientific questionnaire." Neverthelessit course, the establishment >.. re.nw else dash Se react sot .is.sse M N III""' It, wahwt che.ete she ."..,.. m101155 w have come to the conclusionthat
of embassies, Is General de ...... the bulk of the
What. kind of response would you is disturbing that 1,848 psychiatrists Gaulle. That austere man. In be voters can
swayed by
get? None at all, in all probability. gave .their 'opinion'' I to the his stubborn arrogant search Ethics Unknown pie either'have to get money view la limited because he is prejudices as well passions as by epithets and

Perhaps'a kindly hometown psychi- magazine. They stand condemned d aa for personal and national fn Politics from the state or if therewasn't a Democrat or a liberal Asa and sweeping denunciations.

atrist might suggest to a friend of the being unfaithful to'the ethical standards glory sometime ago gave diplomatic any state money would life-long Republican from a .
recognlton to M s e' have to have help from County Republican family and whose
that it would be advisable for of their profenslon. EdlTOR Sun Aa the -
family government.! : years Welfare. acquaintances are mainly Republican All four nominees for
you personally to visit a psychiatrist past ethical conduct, I regard Now for Medicare. None of I believe I can say the presidency and the vice

But no ethical conscientious phychi- 'This survey is a smear that was THERE BEGAN then, In for bounty, decency and fair these bins 'carry medicare with some authority that Senator presidency on both tickets-

atrist would pass even tentative judg not instigated by the Democratic Party the one-time French colonies play become more and morea there la hospital and medicare Goldwater does repre- are making the same kind: of

ment'on the emotional stability of and its campaign leaders. The In Africa; a series 'of "approaches" part of our live It bat Invaded but no money for a doc sent a substantial majorityof campaign They rely on

blame for it to the 'editors of by the Chinese. and greatly improvedfor tor. Without doctor how Republican and the Republican charges and countercharges
your mother-in-law. goes They took the. form of cultural all concerned, such relationship -' does one, pt' hospital: and Party which has
the new publication. Fact, which seeksto exchanges and suggestions as employer employee medicare?? So that is whywe been conservative for a long Evidently the whole strategy

But 18 per cent of the 14,000 members build circulation by sensational and that If aid were needed merchant customer are driving for Medicare time. on both alien rests or the

of the American Psychiatric Association irresponsible methods. The editor is Peking would be' In a're husband -wile and'teacher- ZS cents .a week. Paid out There Is a hint of truth in influenced belief that the people can be

were foolish enough and un- Ralph Ginzberg,\ who previously had ceptive mood to'dilculllL, pupil aame. aa health Insurance his statement however as it by In emotional their votes primarily -

ethical enough to respond to a mail published a $10acopy sex: magazine It now is expected that by There i is one great and Important There would be a separate seems obvious that a portion and that they do not care appeals to
of In fuod,for each thing. The .2$
survey conducted by an irresponsible called Eros. This magazine was de- the first of 10(5 perhaps tone which ethics sphere, la unknown activity cents goes Into Medicare fund of the Democratic Party I Is revolting delve Into the pros and cons

magazine publisher on the question of clared obscene and Ginzberg was fined to five African countries will politics. The of office- and the I cents goes into Social especially l in the and the basic facts of controversial
have ways South but in the North also
opened diplomatic relations ; questions.
Barry M. Goldwater'a psychologicalfitness $10,000. with the Chinese. The seeking politicians are the extreme Security' or disability only because they are r e .

to serve an president of the number may be large. It likely opposite of ethical be- fund. mauilng true to their conservative Perhaps one of the most

United State. But the minority. of psychiatristswho Is not. What 1* certain la havior. Lies, slander foul gossip -. The question la asked why principles which no surprising tactics Is the Intro -

were so lacking In common sense that the tide of Chinese .Influence misrepresentation, vituperation does this tax keep getting longer have a place In their duction of campaign tripe by

More than 10,000 declined to par. and understanding! of the ethics of rises In Africa. It is and bate mongering. more an the time? There are own party. the wives of the candidates
not, so far ss now may be determined. all weapons that appeal most two reasons, cue Is becausethe As Presumably this Is done to
their a Republican I resent .
in the However 1,189 profession they participatedin
tlcipate survey. Ideological. Soviet to dangerously Immature, unstable wages and cost of living draw crowds and to appeal to
said they did not consider a tawdry publicity stunt should be Is going The other reason Mr. Reston and such as he '
psychiatrists ideology has not made any minds, are their arsen up. to women voters. But It Is not a
Goldwater sufficiently psycho- hanging their heads in shame or substantial Inroads In Africa. al. Their only concern Is to get Is this. Some people d 0 n't pretending when speak from ob- realistic approach. Women
jectivity then Is
logically' stable to be'president; 657 upending some time them l\'t'" on the But the Chinese are playingthe elected with no regard for the draw enough Security because lack of It. I have a hearda complete often resent the Idea that their

1 Maid they think he is. stable enough ; J psychiatric couch. racial line. They are rules of decency. They use so they!they don't draw make enough enough fro tax m number of Democrats say votes can be won by the utterances
more patient.It every law, contemptabletrick of the female members
Old Age Assistance to makeup as Mr. Reston does, that a
to the book. of the
was predicted When General ti the difference When sevendollars lot of Republicans are going family of a presidential
: DEAN :OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS de Gaulle Impulsively No r wonder consclensclous more la given on Security to vote for Johnson but I nominee.or vice presidential

granted recogniton to Peking, people are finding voting' an there la seven dollars have yet to know of any out

, that he had set In motion empty gesture being only a' less to pay out from Old Age side of a few publicized businessmen Another phase of the campaign

forces which would, slowly but choice between completely/ un- Assistance.They. want to get who say they are that Is disquieting the

Campaign Failings Inexorably, produce nulny ethlcal self-seekers In whom this security ad 'It will be Republicans. If you check you emphasis being placed on
changes In Europe and the they can have no confidence ell- upportlna. Nq pther.money will find most of these are fear of war. The argument
world. One nowmay'see the EVERETT! !: REID of'any kind men whose businesses do a has been made that one of the

..' beginnings\ Mclntosh Mr. Martin speaks of the great deal of government candidates Is "inresponsible"

By WALTER UFTMANN vice to sin and to anxiety bate.. It would have to be a We Have mental fllneis. Mr.: Mills a 11 n contract work. Perhaps this or '"reckless: and that the
to the expansion of government genuine dialogue and not a THERE IS, in diplomatic Why' Washlngton talked: of that being switch theory Is being exploded choice of a president should
There Is s,feeltal, which to the frustrations and Johnson soliloquy it has circles here and in London Social SecurityEDITOR included In Iledkare. by the Democrats to cover be on the basis of whose

I respect, that n' election I limitations of our world power not been possible to have a an understandable Increase' in mid country has a county up the defection In their finger would ho ".. the trig

i ;. campaign ought 'to bring on and to hope that because dialogue .with Barry Gold- fear of Senator Goldwater.The Sun: To ana w e r hospital an people on welfare I- own party. ,.," as If the problem of

},:1 a discussion of the great he bal named the problems water senator flow his adopted 'Mr. Louis Harris' front page get doctor and hospitalcare. MRS. GILBERT A. GAY. JR.Chicago. war or peace can be simpli

problems which 'confront the the voters will think he has one of the more naive and news In the Sept S Sun. We Mr. Louis Harris feels HI. fled In that way. The Johnson -
solved them. THERE!: IS A DEEPER costly Ideas of former President '/ .- people today who u. that the worker should not campaign of course, IK
country and trouble the people reason why the protests Eisenhower. Mr. Eisenhower against everything but Social put tax In Security and that The Cost supposed to have won a good
and thai this campaign HE POSES NO l Issues that which Goldwater Mr. Goldwater shouldn't approve'
voices said and believed that Security seem to be the many converts because of the
II not producmf such a discussion. can be debated. Who Is not have not brought fourth tnpreiaive > once he became President all thing that Is harped on the of either. Re thinks Of Politic charge that the Republican

There an some who against sin, crime violence state papers In .... he had to do was to "bringthe most So now I will tell you all this expense should comeon nominee would get the country -
are aff disappointed that they against Urge and cumbersome ply. It Is that the protests best brains to Washington In a way I hope you' will be Welfare lame as it did In EDITOR Sun: Although I Into a nuclear war
thlnt-80_ to at flake, or touch the old days. But I guess win be castigated N
government against problems which cover and put them to work. able to understand by percent
at least thai the best they being thwarted in our relations the whole area of modern All would then be well with Social Security Is not welfare who ever business this is of thorn who read this What Isn't realized/ perhaps
can do la choose the lesser with the rest of the life. should be doing tome thing. I hope win is the danger resulting from
knows for ex the budget, with domestic ..ndfor.lp or a handout. The purpose letter you print
of two evfls. A cynic It has world We have a choice of Presi the Image given to the Soviet
Just Elsenhower
why our affluent affairs. Mr. of the thing la to do
been aa4 Is a disappointed dents. One Is not supposed to ItCunt Union and to the world In genera
society I is filled with so appointed many commissions with welfare "by a II 0 c i I. tlon"
It Is a false kind: of perfectionism away
., idealist, and It Is the disappointed much do anything, and the other that the United States Is
anxiety or Just why and committees. They seems to be the "best seller"ss
to the Democrats works and to
Idealists looking In expect Everybody one no bos comes Is him wining to
says accept "peace at
crime Is didn't work Late In his of this
Increasing alarmingly
so : sec- month.
vain'fbf good answers to th.lfe.t to respond to the challenge taxed the large sum of I or Mr. Mills with this problem : any price." Thla In Itself could
of Goldwater by stately among the young, or ond four years he turned to cents a week. This tax goes In every nan's life there
who find
the National/
questions, except cause a misunderstanding
now the United States Is to the more direct approach. He can be an act on
or which
that the campaign Is boring discussions of the problemof from revenue Into an Insurance ior Ptixena C. u DC I L The worse the part of the Communlsti
until th.U.a
adjust its military and was making In hence be
11 modern morality of the economic progress company If you reach American Medicare years would like and
and that\ !they could easily become the Association lead them to take bold
problem of federalism and strength to the Impres- plane disaster cot <5 of age ((12) they to erase. This I Is more true incases
Indifferent to It aloe ground from beneath his feet. fight them to a stand steps In Berlin or Western Eu-
the problems of the world new power of Europe give you a benefit to see yon dill every year. To keep the of public life To some rope in the belief that the
THOSE WHO ARE aware situation. and to the rising expectations SENATOR GQLDWATERnow through the rest of your people from helping themselves these errors or mis g o I Ide d United States would not resist
of a host of
new na the welfare won't Judgment an "unforgivable I
that there Is choice thai so if they desire Thus
a so to the
If be Is elected be end a war
This would not be tions.
says sins.
possible True false
or there
You Is
need to give help.
r it Is to fact a momentouschoke if Johnson win appoint a commission of you I paid my tax from IJJ7 on- could be forced because ef a
Lyndon were
J argue that Sen. Bar Thomas Jefferson Woodrow These are all matt.nwhich the beet minds to study the have paid your own little way I Ill UM and I ant very glad American accepted life practice h miscalculation growing out of
11 ry Goldwater, Is a chat eng be through from your I dieT especially in the I issues ta
: Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt can mentioned, but NATO problem and bring m a politics which b emphasized the
cents s week plus the I cents AJI.A. more sinful
who touches/ the e claim It's
I a MM
er profound We be not presidential campaign hithla
have ,
which report.
and Adlai Stevenson cannot be debated seriously says the man who hires the worker lea defendable and downright
question of We who
I voting.
I myself, agree f.Ir'wllb allies. country.Perhaps .
withthin rolled into one. For It takes In an election-no played our
la of
However puts m. If a man a want Social Security will son unworthy
t vaguer st least two to hold discussion even In that Ideal election This Is not merely nonsense inter
a worth who
' and uninformed Sea. Goldwaterl good worker. Isn't he vole for Mr. Johnson whether professes mor no campaign In the
' speeches. Mfa.... and the Goldwater which has never token place It Is dangerous folly. France I cents a week rawer the bUlla passed now er later to wit- last hatf-renlnry has been full
< has brought NATO close to
fleeting 'problems which no attack b worlds away from between two very nearly Rich or poor collect I b e since Mr. Goldwater was Election to any public office of such
British election
i crisis. The
k. one tut J Ignore. It Is true .John Adams, from Tan perfect candidates. They also set for decision this autumn benefit because they have not offering Security or Medicare In this field the rule manifest toda,. The ymystery
could not be dlscuswd
that to the course t! three and Hughes and Dewey, because even will have profound effect both put to their tax money "the ends Justify the meansis Is why the top men b) the
great wan the federal gov-' from the younger Elsenhower by them the wisest on the future of NATO. when they were young and at A SENIOR CITIZEN: universal l higher echelons In the camps
eminent has expended taomousty. men among us are still the end of life no one knows: Any public office one 'of both Senator Goldwater and 1
'It b also tm that "'';* of OH searching for, but hate nil President Johnson baa said who will be rich or poor. How chooses) to acquire I today. President Johnson Dave allowed :
the changeover Iron a pro*.' If_there. wen. to be a de- found the answer" that If he Is elected be win goto the argument Is Just as If a' DefecdonsEDITOR i'costs more than the office the candidate to become

dnmmantty rural to a pre-< : :.. Europe and talk with the person didn't know how to Up pe,.. Who makes up the difference < involved to this type W
domlnantly urban society has leaders. This certainly b the spend their own money. The ? Politics Is aot a form I Ief political battle It can east to :
caused aH American government more sensible app oacb.'Ibewleaders answer .b they doat know Sun: As form e r < religion (except by the I Inferred that these strategists

at the local, state are themselves !Involved they can not plan on ail.- GametvUle residents say bua commies "Oh, he .Is a dedicated think as the tote Vke President I

and national levels to expand t In their own national seen circum a tile e a, and band and I read the I Sn> man." Curtis once eaid b a

greatly. All this Is costly politics. They will not pay Hurt's why the tax. whenever poMJble. A copy of Except for dog catchers, no =campaign speech) "the peopleare ,
and far from Wire TangkO ; in Britain very much attention to a Perhaps you do not understand I public office can be acquired
complex your' September Iff* awe \ too damn dumb to under
Goldwaler commlsskM
report this type of h unnce. without the support of some "
satisfactory.But Nets lurk Star. :The saw number used to belong But they! u practical met The kind: of tasurancs that la ,. was sent to us and to set DM arigMzaUon and that agent stand.

to turn this conglomeration LONDON-Harold Wilson. to a car-rental: firm, and with realistic ......... can. sold to the poor it either life record straight I woaU like "paysthe deficit to return Again and again. a political
of problems Wo cam- 'old customers call H auto and win, discuss them with Insurance or accident ku a r- to make a simple reply to (tar somefldng. Any one who
the Labor has
pUp .issues II another mat.ter. Party leader 'matically. the President of this country. ance. etc. These things are Mr. Reston's eoJumo of that toes not dearer mat "1DIIJIo campaign against an tacam-
the candidates been receiving some strange either to sickness date to which be states..be hint administration has raised
No era p or Ihtog- discovers he
can sot"afford"
phone cans at home. Telephone officials By late autumn or early meat
has say they this is 'the
eonanenttlora. DOt a normal ejection cry. Hate for
the to to achange.
or stay office.
"People have been'raging I hope to straighten the whole INS the African develop.
Udtod from me b.tItt DeGauDe' Social Security kuurance Is between the RepubUcaa and Americans may as well I ." blot the public is not
me up, urgently requiring I sang out soon. If so, they menu set to motion by
cofjacton of transport and thinking I can took boo the case of Mix precipitate palWes.: paid to the surrtvorthosewho Democratic party hat a ref op to be troth. always of the same epfcion,
...... ... live to O -untn death.Those volt by a minority. ef' ton
., might help" Wilson said. 'Vanessa Lipton, whose telephone will be a subject for direct W* are votes which elect leas the eppottog candUetee
tar Gold ate.. lit evs e people who were net pectin M by Goldwater.agaaHttesnaJorityefDem.. Note: I ea enable to
dl cusaioa. state
TIlt tr uble It I somber was owned
1 + >r seems r I by able to make a
........ to a ,d IIIat Whom was given. aim. ,RTUsoB before he went toUav able. to work and pay the. tax ,aeerafcjsrtsUriiilLsas asp tiller ee.try Oe. canvtadsjjas
Iii.1 number b.- id. jhM Mrs. .... Each pejatasj day Bakes SMM mt* tie eH yes asaWaaea. -' 1 .* ,tense SAM b the oatrranirt. that stare Is, hi fact a
lIMIt :
The formula ctI recently more dear feat Senetw Gold i The b two *.* ... .... saspn b lterw II 1 hare less .. e aosttoo to001X13 .mm b Watoftar .4
grips Is to fact b poW ba 'c-. toot many people badlIE' "People- have beta ringing water assuredly la not a SM* government money and eneAM bale d tile RcpabBcan Paro beIrft. hat the tin* ens ease
bis,unlbted number... .:I!" for err limes date ...... flew realty
pet ly .a* a. whole, lerfcsfo_ hi* "'f" .,. .J. GREEX. ear a e.ege.' .oar

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AP) -'Tlle apportion its legislature.The said in his petition. "Justicedictates
u.s. Supreme Court refused only thing unsettled fc.: that these five million
I Monday to reconsider Its decl- when. I Floridians are entitled to a
lion outlawing Florida's legislative Gov. Farris Bryant and thelegislature hearing on the merits of this,
apportionment, giving the have gone on record case In this court.
I state the task seeking federal opposing reapportionment by;; Ant Ally. Gea Joe Jackbs,
District court permission for the courts. Furthermore, Br'anlcalled who will assist Kynes before,; jI
i more time to handle the prob- for more time, saying tin the three-judge court, said three' I
I lem.I problem should be bandied by morons were before the court: I'
,I 1 Last June, the Supreme Court the Incoming legislature, whoa To strike the reapportionment 1 L
'. knocked out Florida's 43 -een- terms begin Immediately after amendment from the Florida I
I i ator, 112, representative state the Nov. 3 general election.To Nov. 3 ballot, an action the I
flaw on grounds both Houses let the outgoing legislature State Supreme Court denied en
j t were not based upon population handle it would be disastrous,he grounds the amendment never I
i At the same time, the Supreme laid. It could result In loss ocandidacies was declared unconstitutional
Court directed e special: by many men and and besides,' It was too late for
three-Judge federal district courtin I romeo who spent time and money that action.
Miami to see to It that the seeking office In the May The January 1X3 legislature S ,
state complied with the order. primaries and November election. reapportioned the state by law t
and adopted an amendment giving ; ;
Last week, the court comprising I ,
U.S. 5th Circuit Court Ally. Gen. James Kynes, In constitutional: sanction to the
f of Appeals Judge Warren L irguing for a rehearing/ accustd plan. Unlike the law,the amend- '
I Jones of Jacksonville and DisI the Supreme Court of decid- ment calls for reapportionmentevery
Wet Judges William McRae Jr. :ng Florida's apportionment 10 years, beginning In I ..
i of Jacksonville and David Dyer 'without giving the state a chanceto mi.
c of Miami-scheduled: a hearing be heard. -To permit several others -! ..
t for 1 a.m. Wednesday In Miami.C The decision was tacked onto the League of Women Voters J
Committee for on Magnificent |\/| .M a i# oX
Monday's Supreme Court action the end of a decision on appor-. and the Mayors .p
Constitutional Government to -
apparently bad little, If any Jonment in Alabama.
effect upon Florida's position In "The court baa deprived over enter the e.... _
(be apportionment fight live million floridians of the -.To give the legislature timeto ,......
I According to the original\ decision 1 fight to a Republican form of reapportion to. line with the
handed down last June, ,government and an opportunity Supreme Court decision, or let ..NM.
Worlds still would have to re- 'or a lawful hearing," Kynes.the court handle It.--I .., .

Crash Ends Car I PoliticalTalks SlatedAt COLOR TV ...' .

Chase Inside City ChurchTalking 1111.,..4.NL

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JJA high speed chase throughdjwntown careen Into a tree, bounce off politics In church will ...
Gainesville Monday and strike another tree. Kelly be the order of the day Sunday
ajght ended with two local menreceiving and a passenger In the vehicle when Prof. Ernest R. Hartley,
treatment form I n o rsjduries Robert L. DeGrsff, 722 SW 2nd political scientist at the Unlver-,
at Alachua Gener- St., suffered cuts and bruises city of Florida speaks to the
i{ Hospital.J and were released after hospital Unitarian Unlversalist Fellw- .

"'The chase began when police treatment. charged with reckless ship.He ; '
Kelly was will speak on "The Con
attempted to stop a car driven driving, willful and wanton, dilution and Our Changing Y .r
by Lucius: Kelly, M7-C NW 7thjure. 'and no driver's license. DeGraff Needs." The meeting begins at I .,,-
Instead of stopping, Kelly.was cited for allowing an unauthorized 11 a.m. at 1204 NW 10th Ave.'' .......
flM. person to drive. and is open to the public. I ....
!)After pursuing Kelly for several Damage to the car was unde This will be the first In a
blocks, officers saw his car termined. three week series dealing with N
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I Io cask, of,the UF,Social will talk Science on Oct.Department -" .....

Simple Question 23, and Prof. Oscar Svarilen will I '"
present "The Nation and Out I
/ World Engagements" on No, 1.

Snags Auto Talks I II 'Home Brew' i .,.w

DETROIT CAI') Neotla. greater: TIle current average I Brings Arrest: .
one between American Motors straiaht-lim. wile II figured al
orp. and the United Auto '3.01 hourly by the Bureau of Eddie Walker, 48 year-old N ,
orkers Union came don to Labor Slatlallcs.e Gainesville man was arrested' "
ample queillon today: In lMl, the AW agreed its Monday after Alachua County
Does the pole profit.aharing 25.000 members In .utC pants Sheriff's deputies found five 5 WAY COLOR COMBO
In the automotive ) ( brew" at
ntract n-would give up whatever number gallons of "home hill
Stey survive or does It die +of cents-per-hour was required house. ,
Working against I Thursday it the workers' share in compa- Walker, who lives in Monteoha Magnovox Color TV-plus beautiful' Hack end White TV. Superb FM/AM Radio ;
Idnlpt strike deadline, tile ny proflll did nol provide ade- : Settlement, was charged rich, ratic-froo no-drift FM plus powerful AM reception. Truss Sforoo Hlf ..... ..
mpsrty said.::.In effect, let k quate: financing for new! andl'dIlti with possession of non las paidleverages. Fidelity Phonograph. Cickiiivo Micromoric Record Ployer-banithoi record end 775
I IFor
uu the other added benefit. .. _
: let's keep It alive I I I : ityliii wear-Diamond Stylus guaranteed. 10 ,to,1!

was not the Magnavox Silver Seal Warranty: 90 day .."''ce, a full year on all ports and tu...... AND YOU CHOOSI y
Bond Issue i f SRD
.olla the automo> i or Model MV 545. YOUR OWN TERMS! .,,

kingpin ... I t.
i]Je Lowered
., still wstrikebound. Quarters to
Only) 45 of 130 at
e-plant settlements required TALLAHASSEE AP( ) The,I3.S11.930 for the five-story build SEE EVERYTHING IN COLOR THIS YEAR! _. .: '
supplement the previouslygoUated ; State Road Department planned if. '
national contract had today to reduce the size of a It reduced a proposed M.J mil- I :
n reached. That left IS to go.I I bond issue to build a new heat ion bond Issue to $2.1 million OG THI WORLD SERIES FOOTIALL GAMES I II
Ford, which also had agreed quarters because bids were below and win offer It for sale Nov.!'
a national contract and had estimates. .farting construction' : quickly aft.I' I YOUR FAVORITE TILIVISION PROGRAMS ':' ,/
at-the-planl er delivery of the cash.
tItled on I I Expecting to pay well ever $4
supplements with the UAW.lotilke The Road Department will
million, the department accepts I :
call from an unexpected the bid of a Pensacola firm for my part of the costs from ftl
the Pattern Maker Hilton it will get from sale 01tilt :.
of North America (AFL- building occupies now
) I Burns Tallies The bW of the Dyson Construe- NO EXTRA CHARGE :
company and pattern Ion Co. was accepted although
sources agreed that n a It had an apparent error. I
longed strike by this tiny I Campaign The Road Department decided
with a membership of to bare I fourth elevator m the
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than 700 within Ford's 160r : lew sUiKluie and required eon-
hourly rated employee don Burns reported his total actors to add Its eDIt to their I Ieatlmaltl. .
Id lake Ford out of WS mod campaign gifts so far fat the .... I IerDOI" I
production. "'. race had risen to $1.0'7' Instead of adding its east the 0,
Wages, seniority and job secu-I mWion.I )peon Ce subtractod (ran the SEE THE World's Largest Display = I
above levels of the I Contributions last weak titIItIrIIt ball Md. but. agreed to stand keM I
W contract, were little at FIN'd-1 topped $47 JN and pushed tile bid anyway
bers appeared hit total for the general electionrace
Sept. 2Stb CM walkout against Charley Hofley,RepnbUcan VOte '
_ild be ended before next I to .,),.. HoydonBURNS :
k. AU told the CM strike '
i Idled almost 300.001 of the, Holley reported to be state, OF COLOR TV AT MCDUFF
plOY'. 351." UAW-repre.. that he received $7MOf since .
tied hourly employes. I the May primaries.

tilemate Motors continued front.on The theerfcan '131I.Sere'Ia Spessard hi campaign Holland collections lilted IN A WIDE VARIETY OF FINE FURNITURE STYLES AND fiNISHES :-

said the union was last month for Ml JSt total and '
Ing the same settlement& It I pent $17 JM. His top opponent -
bed with the Big Tern.i Claude !Kirk said be collected GOVERNORANNOUNCING
HUU during the month for a
snaring.hiI ,
i profit I .
UAW denied this. It said total s of _ItS. and spent $4Vlot. .a -. -

was willing to |tve up! the I t
vsknl It screed to forego In Q ga

to win profit sharing.

Die odd company agree to pees said beprwcsnent petteso.annual the unto. !

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I PrMMMl KM.tlrwl' .lk II M__. By RALPH McGILL L

/ TilE SUN'S POLICY s rilttmr.. PnM.wry 10.., c.Pi4UMU. ..._.,..... W : of the two presidential candidates

nSde !'1',thlnki that his opponent is running under false (
1. R eort SH. n...* fully and Impartially m MM *<*.* column colors It .It bard enough for the public to understand the eonfluln -
2. !. Publish all Idtt of Important controversial tout. China'sMoves .1: .f ? .101111I and characterizations which are emerging on
the stump these days, but it appears even more difficult for
The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411\ > tLEI; / the candidates to understand each other.

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\ : lS President Johnson, for example said in Indiana he is not
r.: 9 V i it sure that "there is a real Republican candidate" running

against him. Senator Goldwater. on the same day in Texas
,: :Unethical Conduct aid he wishes the Democrats would re-name themselves the
} i
.. t "Socialist Party" as he argues that the Johnson administra

H you have doubts about the' psychological and 571 who answered the survey said lion favors big-government controls that breed "socialism."
In Africa / The truth of the matter is that both the candidates are con.
and emotional stability of they did not have enough first-hand
entratlng on form of
campaigning which is baaed
your mother-in-law, you could write 'Information about the Arizona senator allacy-namely, that the general public doeao't understand on a

I to-members of the American Pay to make an evaluation. (Dr. :ReginaldB. Issues and that these can be misrepresented and votes

chUtric".Association for their opinion Weiler of Scottsdale, Ariz., who ,WASHINGTON NOTES gained just the same

:. has had many opportunities to see Diplomatic brows are furrowed J r r An old campaign trick is to give the Impression that the

r=. Goldwater, said he considered Gold- as they watch the patient AssP.e! opposing candidate is lacking integrity Another "gimmick"Is

.o the fact that your mother- water "exceptionally well-adjusted and invasion of African politicaland to use Innuendoes and inferences which Imply that the

l irtJUr' was confined to bed for near- in tune with reality.") economic areas by Communist opposing candidate lacks
'" 1' Ijrtwp weak in the 1930s after the brains or the capacity to hold
China. That there will
I' strain of preparing for the marriage The 10,000 who were not suckers in be an Increase in this Influence I i running the office for which he is

oMier daughter to you. Use a few this magazine stunt acted responsibly.The is certain. That it may be I Voice of the People

selective i Quotes from what your psychiatric association itself protested chekmated soon is doubtful. But what makes the whole

mother-in-law said in conversations to the magazine's editors when thing so puzzling/ that this
Back of this slow to the assumption of well eds
I with you, in1 gossiping with her it heard about the survey. A spokes which will \ mean Increasing change, On The Sun Opinion Page****. ____ ..I cated men, high up In political -
I t friends around the bridge table and man for the American Medical Association organizations who are familiar

those talks aha made to the Woman said his organization "con diplomatic recognition of Peking Oslrtiin mud mmm..i .* turn mad.ti ..* w.lc.. In ... V. by African nations with:' muse to ileiMj sad tow MM wntw*. add,... N._ wIN to MhlMM. tf *......... A .....r tto..M American
I !* Club." demns this obviously scurrilous unscientific Nt _...| 500 .w4* sad wet to wiMlM en Mlv see aids. (4 MM peas PMITV MUM to ..... ,.. thought bat who
questionnaire." Nevertheless of course the establishment Sm NMnn she lsbM r...... ..y kHw er to .fcftt* It, ......* .....Iet MM wrt...'. nmums w have come to the conclusionthat
of embassies, Is General de teats. the bulk
What kind of would it is the voters can
response you disturbing that 1,846 psychiatrists Gaulle. That austere man In be
swayed by
passions and
get? None at all, in all probability. gave ,their. opinions"1, i,to the' his stubborn arrogant search Ethics Unknown pie either have to get money view to limited because he is prejudices ss well as by epithets

Perhaps fa kindly hometown psychiatrist magazine. They stand condemned as for personal and national In Politics from tile state or if therewasn't a Democrat or a liberal. Asa and sweeping denuncia

might suggest to a friend of the being unfaithful to' the ethical standards glory, sometime ago gave diplomatic any state money would life-long Republican from a lions .
have to have help from County Republican family and whose
family that it would be advisable for of their, profession. government.recogniton toM a s' s EDITOR1, Sun: As the years Welfare. acquaintances are mainly Republican All four nominees for

you personally to visit a psychiatrist pass ethical conduct, a regard Now for Medicare. None of I believe I can say the presidency and the vice

But no ethical conscientious phychl- Thia survey is a smear that was THERE BEGAN then in for honesty, decency and fair these bills carry medicare with some authority that Senator presidency on both tickets-

atrist would pass even tentative Judgment not instigated by the Democratic Party the one-time French coloniesin play become more and men there Is hospital and medicare Goldwater does represent are making the same kind of

;on the emotional stability of and its campaign leaders. The Africa; a series'of Map a part of our B"... It has Invaded but no money for a doc a substantial majorityof campaign. They rely on

mother-in-law. blame for 1t'1Ot. to the editors of pro a c h e s" by the Chinese. and greatly improved tor. Without a doctor how Republicans and the Republican charges and countercharges.
your They took the. form of cui- \,, for all concerned such relationships ', doss oar get' hospital and Party which has
the new publication Fact, which seeks tural exchanges and suggestions as employer employee medicare So that Is why been conservative for s long Evidently \the whole strategy -

But 18 per cent of the 14,000 members to build circulation sensational and that If aid were need- merchant customer, we are driving\ for Medicare, time. on both slits rests or the

of the American Psychiatric Association irresponsible methods. The editor is ed Peking would be'1D a' receptive husband> -'wlf. and teacherpupil. 8 cents a week. Paid out There to a hint of truth in influenced belief that the people can be
(1, were foolish enough and unethical Ralph Ginzberg,. .who previously J had mood to 'discuss.It sane as health Insurance. his statement however, as it by emotional votes primarily

enough to respond to a mail published a $10acopy sex magazine It now Is expected that by There is one great and Important There would be a separate seems obvious that a portionof and that they do not care appeals to
of In Iu d .for each thing. The ,29
survey conducted by an Irresponsible called Eros. This magazine was de- the first of 1065 perhaps three sphere activity cents bite Medicare fund the Democratic Party to revolting delve into the pros and cons
which ethics is unknown goes,
magatlne publisher on the question of clared obscene and Ginzberg was fined to five African countries will politics. The ways of office-- and the I cents goes into Social South ,but especially in the North In also the and the basic facts of controversial
have opened diplomatic relations ; questions.
Barry M. Goldwater's psychologicalfitness 10000. with the Chinese. The seeking politicians are !the streme > Security. ., or disability only because they are remaining

to serve an president of the number may be large. It likely opposite of ethical be- fond. true to their conservative Perhaps one of the most

United Stated. But the minority: of psychiatrists is not. What \Is certain la havior. Lies, slander foul gossip The question is asked why principles which no surprising tactics Is the Introduction '

who were so lacking )n common sense that the tide of Chinese Influence misrepresentation vituperation does tills tax keep gettingmore longer have a place In their of campaign trips by)
of rises In Africa. It Is and hate mongering all the time? There are own party. the wives of the candidates.
More than 10,000 declined to participate and understanding; the ethics of
In the survey. However. 1,119 their profession that they participated not so tar as now may be d.termlned. all weapons that appeal most two reasons one Is becausethe As a Republican I resent Presumably this to done to .
Ideological. Soviet to dangerously immature unstable wages and cost of living draw crowds and to appeal to
psychiatrists said they did not consider In a tawdry publicity stunt should be Ideology has not made any minds are their arsen Is going up. The other reason pretending Mr. Reston to and speak such from as objectivity he women voters. But it is not a-

Goldwater sufficiently psychologically hanging their heads in shame or substantial Inroads In Africa al. Their only concern Is to get Is this. Some people don't when there to realistic approach. Women

I stable to be'prelldent; 657 spending some time thenwh on the But the Chinese are playing elected with no regard for the draw enough Security because lack of it I have a hearda complete often resent the idea that their

said they' think he is stable enough ; psychiatric couch. the racial line. They are rules of decency. They use they don't make enough tax number of Democrats votes can be won by the ntttt -

J more Mtient every_ law, con_temptable so they draw enough from as Mr. Reston does that say- taranrs_ nnn_ 01_ _. _Immml_.... .n... ._..._.
Old Age Assistance to makeup a
trick; to the book ben of the family of a presIdential -
It was predicted when General the difference. When livencIoDaI'I I lot of Republicans are goingto
DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTSCampaign d. Gaulle Impulsively No'wonder' constlenscioui more Is given on Security vote for Johnson but I nominee.or vice presidential

granted recogniton to Peking, people are finding voting aa there Is seven dollarsless have yet to know of any outside

that he had set In motion empty gesture being only s to pay out from Old Age of a few publicized businessmen Another phase of the cam

n forces which would slowly but choice between completely un- Assistance. .They want to get who say they are paign that Is disquieting Is the

FailingsBy : Inexorably; produce many ethlcal eeIf-eeehers In whom this security it will be Republicans. If you check you emphasis being placed on

change. In Europe and the they can have m confidence self-supporting. Nq'other,m oawill find moat of these are fear of war. The argument

world. One nowmaY'.N the EVERETT REID I ey ofany kind. men whose businesses do a has been made that one of the

'.' beginnings. Me JntOllWhy' 1 Mr. Martin speaks of the great deal of government candidates Is "Irresponsible"

!WALTER UP MANN vice to sin and to anxiety bate, It would have to be a We Have mental fltoess. Dar: Mum In contract work. Perhaps this or "reckless," and III It the
'' : to the expansion of government genuine dialogue aDd not s THERE IS, In diplomatic Washington talked of that hoswitch. theory to being exploded choice. of a president should
.1, There 'Is I feeling., which to the frustrations and Johnson soliloquy. It has circles here and in London. Social SecurityEDITOR ing. Included In Medicare by the Democrats to cover be on the basis of whose

1 respect,,that an election limitations of our world power not been possible to have a an understandable increase In This country has a county up the defections in their finger would be "on the trlu ,-

campaign ought 'to bring on and to hope that becausehe dialogue .with Barry Gold- fear of Senator Goldwater.The Sun: To answer hospital, all people on welfare own party. fer" If the problem of

a discussion of, the greet has named the problems water. senator now has adopted 'Mr. Loula' Hartle' front page get doctor and hospital MRS. GILBERT A. GAY JR.Chicago. war or peace can be simpll-

problems which confront the the voters will think he has one of the more naive and news In the Sept. 5 Sun. We care. Mr. Louis Harris 'feels III. fled in that way. The Johnson -
and /solved them. THERE: IS A DEEPER costly Ideas of former President 'have- people today who are that tilt worker should o 0 t campaign of course in
trouble tilt
country, and that this people reason why the protests Eisenhower. Mr. Elsen against everything but Social put tax In Security and that The Cost supposed to have woo a good
campaign IIE POSES NO Issues that which Goldwater voids hower said and believed, that Security seems to. be the Mr. Goldwater shouldn't approve many converts because of the
Is not producing such a discussion. '
There are, who can be debated. Who to not have not brought fourth Impressive once he became President all thing that Is harped on the of if either. Re minks or PoliticsEDITOR. charge that the Republican
some against sin crime violence, state In I will toll all this expense should come nominee would the
stf that papers re he had to do was to "bringthe most So now you get coun-
are disappointed the1thlnJr:1IOthInI against large and cumbersome ply. It Is that the protests best brains to Washington In a "way I hope you' will be on Welfare same as1 it did in Sun: Although 1 try into a nuclear war.
Is at stake orat government, against touch problems which cover and put them to work." able to understand. the old days. But I g u e s a will be castigated by H percent
.least that the best they being thwarted In our relations the whole of who ever business this is of those who read this What Isn't realised perhaps
area modern All would then be well with Social Security Is ootel
Is I b the
choose the
can do lesser with the rest of the H(.. Nobody knows for example the budget with domestic and fare or a handout. The puspose should be doing some thing. letter I hope you win print danger resulting from
\ of Iwo evils. A It has the image
We have a choice of Presi It given to the Soviet
Just why our affluent foreign affairs. Mr. Eisenhower of the thing Is to doaway
been ado, Is a disappointedIdeaHsV dents. One la not supposed to Union and to the worM In general -
society to filled with appointed many commissions with welfare.Everybody Guilt "bysssoclstion"I
It Is false kind of so
and It Is the disappointed perfectionism do anything and the ether that the United States Is
much anxiety or Just why and co unltlee.. They seems to be the "best seller"as
to the Democrats works and is
Idealists /looking In expect him willing to
one says no one comes to accept "peace at
crime to \ didnl his of this
work. Late In month
Increasing so alarmingly second
valallW good answers to the to respond to the challenge taxed the large sum of Scents or Mr. Mills wkly this problem any price. This In Itself could
of Goldwater among the young, or four years he turned to week. This tax every man's life there
great questions, who find by stately a goesfrom except the National Senior cause a misunderstanding
how the United Slates Is the more direct approach. He can be aa act whk'h on
to or worse
that the campaign Is boring t discussions of the problem revenue Into aa Insurance Cltlxens Council The the part of the Commtmlgn
and thSt they could easily become of modem morality of the adjust Its military and economic was making progress until the company, If you reach American Medicare Assocla-' In years hence he would like and lead them to take !bold
federalism strength to the Impressive lid plane disaster cut the of O) they to erase. This to more true incases
Indifferent problem of and age (
to It his feet. yean lion fight them to a standstill steps In Berlin or Western Europe
from beneath
the problems of the world new power of Europe ground give you a benefit J to see yon every' year. To keep the of public life. To some In the belief that the
and to the rising expectations the rest of these errors or mis g n Ide d
situation. through your .
\\j I THOSE WHO ARE awarethat SENATOR GOLDWATERnow people from helping themselves United States would not resist -
there Is choice of a bout of new nations. life, so the welfare won't Judgment are ?unforgiva b I Ie
a that if they so desire Thus In the
This would not be If be Is elected be sins" True end s war
possible says or false there
) Ills to fact a momentous win commission of need to give you help Yon I paid my tax from IW7 until could be forced because ef a
If Johnson appoint a another
1 choice argue that Sen. Bar were These are all matters the best minds la study the have paid your own way' 1M and I am very glad accepted practice In miscalculation growing out of
Jefferson Woo I I II. I American life, especially In
from t
t Goldwater M a chalking, through your I did. the Issues
ry emphasized to
which be NATO and In theISM
Wilson Franklin Roosevttt can mentioned, but problem bring er.porL
politics which Is
.1 cents a week plus the I cents more sinful
er who touches the prefouni The AJI.A. claim it's a
and Adtol Stevenson which cannot be debated We have, be says not less presidential campaign In
seriously the man who hires the worker and down
Issues. For myself, I question of voting. We who this
agree country
I.Ir'wltll allies.
I with this. However vague .rolled Into one. For It takesat In aa election-no played our puts In. If a man Is a want Social Security will sOD right unworthy of any person
and unbrfonud Sen. Gold- least two to bold a discussion even In that Ideal election, This la not merely nonsense. good worker Isn't he worth vote for Mr. Johnson whether who )professes moral integrity. Perhaps no campaign in the
and the Goldwater which has never taken place, It Is dangerous folly. France week ? to wit:- Lot
I 1 water's speeches hi .Is reflecting has NATO close l Iocrisis. I cents s more the bill Is passed now er later balf-cnittiry baa been fun
M 'problems which no attack to worlds away from between two very nearly The British election Rich or poor collect: tbe sine Mr. Goldwater was Election to any public office o( such demagoguery as ill

one eao I Igsore. It Is true John Adams from Taft perfect candidates. They also set for decision this autumn benefit because they have not offering Security or Medicare m this field the rule manifest today.' The mystery
and could not be discussed even "the ends Justify the means"Is to why the top Den b Die
that to the coursed three Hughes and Dewey will have a profound effect both put In their tax money
great wars the federal) goo* from the :younger Elsenbower'of by them because the wisest on the future of NATO. when they were young and at A SENIOR CITIZEN universal. higher echelons ta the camps
men among us are siIII knows Any public office of both Senator Goldwater
emrneot has expanded COON the end of life no one one and
mousry.: It to also true that''"* : OM. searching for. but hale not President Johnson baa aid who wU be rich or poor. How Demos Covering chooses to s c q Dire. today. President Johnson have allowed

the changeoever from a predominantly -"( If, there- were. to be s de found the answersWires that If he is elected be win go the argument to Just as If a Defections costs more than tile office the candidates to become

rural to a pre-> '. to Europe sad talk with the person didn't know low to \. Up, pays. Who makes op the difference Involved In this type tf
dominantly urban society has ': leaders. This certainly Is me spend their own money. The ? Politics not s form political battle It can only be
caused all American government more sensible sppreacb.These answer .to they'"' know EDITOR Sua: As former of reOgtoo\ except by tile Inferred that these strategists

at the local stile leaders are themselves I Involved I they can not plan on unorseen Gainesville residents;my .bus- commits). "Oh, be .Is s dedicated think ss the late Vice President -

and national levels to expand a In their own national circum I a Dee., ant band and I read the Sm man.'' Curtis owe saM ta a
AH this Is politics. They will not pay that's why the tax. Except for dog catchers no "the
1 greatly. cost.ly whenever possible. A copy el campaign speech, peopleare
complex and far from Tangle' :in Britain very much attention is eColdwaler Perhaps you do not understand your September 14tk .ham public office can be acquired too dams dumb to understand
satisfactory. commission reportBut this type of Insurance without the support of some "
O Jf rm fork altars The new number used to belong they as practical mee The kind of tauraace lilt Is was sent to DJ and to ft tile 'ertgmiwtiosj and !that agent .
But to turn this conglomeration LONDOH-Harold Wilson I I* a ClHtDtallInD. and with realistic .probtoms. can, said to the poor .is either Me record straight! I well Ok* ys" the deficit In retina Again and again, a politicalWllpaJp
ef problems. lido cam old customer call It auto and wU discuss them win Insurance or IL'ddentnI.\ t r- to make a simple reply to for something Any em who
Issues h another matETNo the Labor Party feeder, has maUcaDy. the President of this country. ance etc. These things are Mr. ......'. coana: ef that does lilt driver mat "...*, against an tacum-
ha candidates receiving some strange date to which he states *f.' bent admintotntiosi has raised
sot, paid out either In sickness aSocial thing discovers t* can not'
has phone calls st home. Telephone officials say they By late autumn or early this .Is the! "It's time
or the asmmentatsn death. sot a normal election "afford" to slay ta office. cry far a
"People save been ringing bops to straighten the whole IllS tht African I developments
Udtsd ..t Security miscue Is between the RepohUcaa and 'change." But tilt
Americans .
public to
as sot
prtuea. me up, urgently requiring thing out soon. If so, they set la motion by De may
eoitoctoa ef issrIN paid to the survivor-toes t Democratic party lot a te- flee tote truth.
transport and think II I caoboktototbecaseofMrs.> CauDVi predpKato petts, i op always of te same opinion
defined Issues taeetor wise five to oe-until volt by a ef both
0. atarfty
of Ml are votes witch elect
might help. Wilson said. Vanessa Lipton/ whoa* telephone win be a subject for direct Una te oppostog candUateto
is sot Those people who act parties M by CoIIIn_.
CoMwator discussion. wen Ness: I am enable. to state
do tha < seems by ante ta work and ths against Ifs 1 Dena..era. make a asrvtoctof
beginning/ to nay tax aaajorty I about oar ether CIIIIIr7. bus
Iiii7' ,:fsst!MiaiMBber WUsoa was gives a new WUseB(before kits be weal nu 4ed.JM Each passe.* slay ... essse istser the eU aga SSH '. aai -.....-. e .". essssa Ms k the saltTssaJn v,ease tet ten is. ta fact a
Tbe formula ef illy recently be.> Lipton: soon' clear its lease Cold; ....... That Is fee skids lies Ilseles .tsars its low ''IItIIt ]I save bees Is a losKtos) toobserve. lasea ta Tasbtagtoasad
paI&n II to fact to gout I* am's too many people bad People ..VI..been ringing water assuredly .Is aol a BUM government money and entIkM ef te ........ Par- last te time ass
., .: IIIa. Jlrt his.unlisted numbsr.., sae."'.' for eur ti IM. stall Those I really.ran*
swty. tya.ew.ok bas
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' Reapportion,' Order McDUFF STORES

j, TALLAHASSEE (4P) -"The apportion ill legislature. said in his petition. "Justkc t '
\\\VS.j\ Supreme' Court refused The only thing unsettled is dictates that these five million ,
[I Monday to reconsider its ded- when. Floridians are entitled to a
ilon outlawing Florida' legisla-. Gov. Farris Bryant and the hearing on the merits of this,
tlve apportionment giving the legislator have gone on recordopposing case In this court.
j state the last seeking federal reapportionment' by Asit Atty. Gea Joe Jackbs,II I
.|f- 'district court permission for the court: !. Furthermore Bryan who will assist Kynes before Ii I
5 mora time to handle the prob-/ called for more time, saying the the three-Judge court, said three i
lent. problem should be handled by morions were before the court:
\' LIlt June, the Supreme Court I the incoming legislature, whose To strike the reapportionment
knocked out Florida 41 -senator 'terms begin Immediately after amendment from the Fb-
\ 111 representative tate the Nov. 3 general election. rlda Nov. 3 ballot, an action the
ilaw on ground both House I, To let the outgoing legislature State Supreme Court denied on
j were not based upon population: handle it would be disastrous, he grounds the amendment never
e At the same time, the Supreme said. It could result In loss of was declared unconstitutionaland
Court directed a special candidacies by many men and besides. It was too late for
1 three-Judge federal district court women who spent time and money -that action. ..
; In Miami to tee to It that the seeking office In the May The January 18) legislature ..-,
state complied with the order. primaries and November else reapportioned the state bylaw
List week, the court com- and adopted an amendment giving
,/ pig U.S. 5th Circuit Court tion.Atty.. Gen. James Kynes, In constitutional sanction to the .. .
'Jof Appeals Judge Warren L arguing for a rehearing, accused .plan. Unlike the law, the amendment -
I Jones of Jacksonville and DlsI the Supreme Court of deciding I calls for reapportionmentevery
Wet Judges William McRae Jr. Florida's apportionment' 10 years beginning in I
) of Jacksonville and David Dyers without giving the state a chanceto 19H ..
of Miami-scheduled a bearingR be heard. -To permit several others ...
.' for 1 a.m. Wednesday to Miami The decision: was tacked onto the League of Women Voters ..
I I NOIIIIa,'. Supreme Court aoI the end of a decision on apportionment .. and the Mayors Committee for on Magnificent |\/| a r alvox
I boa apparently bad little,U any, In Alabama. Constitutional Government to
effect upon Florida' position In "The court has deprived over 'enter the case.To .
the apportionment fight five million Florldlans of the -. give the legislature\ timeto ......
According to the original decision right to a Republican form of' reapportion J n line with the
II handed down last June, government and an opportunityfor :Supreme Court decision! or let ....
Florida still would have to re- a lawful hearing," Kynes the court handle it.
r ...

r -Crash Ends Car PoliticSlTalks TV

Slated' COLOR .,

Chase Inside CityA At Church '"...'..'I

high speed chase through I careen Into a tree, bounce of'f Talking politics in church will
downtown Gainesville Monday, and strike another tree. Kelly, be the order of the day Sunday r..
night ended with two local I and passenger In the vehicle: when Prof. Ernest R. Bartley,
receiving treatment for m I n o nRobert L. DeGraff, 722 SW 2m I political scientist: at the University ,
Injuries at Alacbua General St, suffered cuts and bruise c of Florida, speaks to the ..
Hospital and were released after bospita I
treatment. ship'
The chase when j
began police I
Kelly was charged with reckless lie will speak on "The Constitution
attempted stop a car drivenby I driving, willful and wanton, and Our Chang I n g .,
Lucius Kelly 107-C NW 7tti I and no driver's license. DeGrafl I' Needs." The meeting begins at ...
Ave. Instead of '
stopping Kelly was cited for allowing an unauthorized 11 a.m. at 1204 NW 10th Ave.' 1 C I ...w.r .
fled.After person to drive. and is open to the public.
pursuing Kelly for sev.. Damage to the car was unde This will be the first In a'
eral blocks, officers saw his car termined. three week series dealing with
political life. Prof. Norman V71-
lensky of the Social Science Department ) '
UF, will talk on Oct]l .....
Simple Question 25,and Prof. Oscar SvartJen will'
present "The Nation and Out'
World Engagements"on No,. :
Snags Auto TalksDETROIT 'Home Brew'

(AP) Negotla- greater: The current averag, Arrest
lions between American Motor I straight-time wage la figured alI ; Brings I .,01. ..
Corp. and the United Auto I tttl hourly by the Bureau 01 I r Eddie Walker, 41 year 1 1d ..
Workers Union came down bone I Labor Statistics.In Gainesville man was arrested
simple Question today: 1111, the AW agreed i iti I Monday alter Alachua County"
Does the sole profit-sharinf:, 25,000 members In AMC plants i Sheriff's deputies found five I 5 WAY COLOR COMBO "
contract In the automotive Industry would give up whatever nom her gallons of "home biew" at his I
survive or does It die? of cents-per-hour was requlretlIlf I house.
Working against a Thursday the workers' share in comps. Walker who lives in Monteo- Mognorox Color TV-plus beautiful Hack ana Whit. TV. Superb FM/AM Radio -
,, midnight strike deadline, the Ilf profits did not provide ad* elms Settlement, was charged -For rich, static-free no-drift FM plus powerful' AM rtcoptlon. True Stereo High .. .
V company said, in effect let It po ste financing for new and I with possession of non tax paid 775 .. .
Fidelity Phonograph. Exclusive Micromatic Record Player-banloheo record end
the otherband added benefits.
A dl, The union, on beverages. i
| said let's keep It alive. stylus wear-Diamond Stylus guaranteed 10 ,.orlf

I K This trouble, however,In waa the automo not the Bond Issue for SRD I Magnavox Silver Seal Warranty 90 day service, a full year on all ports and tubes, AND YOU CHOOSI "
only spot ,
live. Industry. i ..Model MV 54$. YOUR OWN TERMS I ,.,

General Motors Corp., kingpin II
of the automakers still was Quarters to Be LoweredTALLAHASSEE -III
strikebound. Only 45 of 130 at I
I tbe-plant settlements required (AP) The! H.S1I.J30 for the five-story build L SEE EVERYTHING IN COLOR THIS YEAR! .;
to supplement the previously State Road Department planned Ing. .. ....
negotiated national contract had today to reduce the size of a It reduced a proposed til mil '
,p been reached. That left U to go. bond Issue to build a new bea6quarters lion bond issue to $2.' million c-2== :: THI WORLD SERIES FOOTBALL GAMES .
Ford, which also had agreed because bids were .below and wW offer it for sale Nov.U
I on a national contract and had estimate starting construction quickly after '
settled on most at-the-plant Expecting to pay well over 14 delivery of the cash. '
supplements with the UAW, gota million, the department accepts The Road Department wO .. "-
strike call from an unexpectedsource the bid of a Pensacola firm for pi Woniit the cost Iran H4 ALL IN IIAUTIPUL LIVING COLOR! .:"
the Pattern Makers m get from sale. of
League of North America: (AFL- the building It occupies now. -
CIO Burns Tallies The bid of the Dyson Construe- NO EXTRA CHARGE "'
Both company and patternmaker lion Co. was accepted although

prolonged sources strike agreed by this that tiny a Campaign Gifts it The had Road an apparent Department error.decided I FOR SERVICE & DELIVERY! '

with membership of I to have a fourth elevator b lime ;
union a I'r' ;
less than 700 within Ford's 160 nrw structure and required sao &, n 7
100 hourly rated employes don Burn reported his total! tractors to add its cost to their I I1ItImata. .
could take Ford out of IKS mod-!campaign gifts so far tn the gov .
el producitton. lerDOI'' race had risen to 11.07 Instead of adding its cost, the
Wages, seniority and Job feces'million. Dyson Co. subtracted from tbe World's '
rity. above levels of the Ford- Contributions last week to base bU but agreed to staod bohmd SEE THE Largest Display

UAW.There contract appeared, were little at I issue.chance I Bums topped 147,001 and .pushed. the bad anyway. :
Ma total for toe general election .
the Sept 25th CM walkout race against Charley HoOey. Republican
ended before next VOte HaydonBURNSI
mold be
to _-
week. All told, the CM strike
has Idled almost! 300.000 of the I Holley reported to the state OF COLOR TV AT McDUFF MIN
company' iii.. UAW-repre- that be received I7IJOO since.
_ted hourly employes. ,the May primaries.S .
Stalemate continued on the I es. Spessard Holland listed
American Motors front. Theo 1$ l.7a In campaign collectionslast A WIDE VARIETY OF FINE FURNITURE STYLES AND FINISHES :
company said the union was month for .IJ5Ilotal and r
asking the same settlement k''spent tnH1I top opponent ALL-FLORIDA
reached with the Big Tkree.pfrt .''Claude'( Kirk, said be collected GOVERNORANNOUNCING
profit sharing. flUU during the month for a
The tAW denied this. It saidIT total of ".I4S. and spent Ml/ N _
was willing to at,. up the I 11-
equivalent It agreed to forego In Q ga I I t t"ALlAM

Itll to win profit 1harIn,

called should The company agree annual to par said I Improvement lIP the till union so- !

factor to new contracts to provide NOW rtoviMCui coNtlMKuar SIINCM MOVINCIAL IAUV AMIIICAN, TIAOITIOMAI .A...... MOOCJMIN _..
a cushion for any profitlessyear
or years
The aaaeal k npnesme &-
factor elaase automatically GAINESVILLE _
pan workers end years COOKIES RESTAURANTSERVING .

Gtr wage cent increase fcoartrer whksi a U per ever cert Is CORNER N. MAIN e\ 12th AVE., ,-;.,

One of the ohieat natest h> IlIAKFAST, LUNCH aced DINNER, Phone ,3761296AU -
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gfcu Ism fcasit earrtaga ofha7 OPEN A.M. TO 9 'P.M. -.w-

tombs players aai esi a oarfsnt gins e r Cfytiau I II.a 907 North Main rlOMM-MK MeNtT 'STtJ'7" TQIGMT" ,, Tl ;' .PJL? '-

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6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday. October 13, 1964

'womEn Dr. Martin SpeaksTo C

Garden Club Hosts 0"t.

I UF Auxiliary L

District V Meet The World on Your Doorstep.
[ in IHEfflmiiy Dr. Samuel P. Martin, pr cherry-colored uniforms won ..
vost of the J. Hillis Miller Med,., by auxiliary members. ,
: The Gainesville Garden Club,, brief reports on club plans fore leal Center, was guest ..peakerfor Rev Sam Banks, Health Ceil-
Inc. will be the host club as 196465. Election of a new dis- the UF Medical Auxllary'ifall I te chaplain, gave the grace.
: District V Clubs of the Florid I trlct director and state nomin- luncheon held recently In President Introduces Guests
: Federation Wednesday at 9:31(I ting committee member will I I II the private dining room of the Mrs. W. F. Enneking, auxIliary -

a.m. In the Holiday Inn, will I follow and invitation for next f Y YRuth Center. president welcomed the
Mrs. Flake Parker, District Director year's district meeting will be "Patient' Car and Rehabllita-, following guests:
presiding.The accepted. tlon Education-Its Future and Mrs. J. Wayne Baits and members ka.
Invocation will be giver I Luncheon Scheduled Its Problems" was the topic of Center staff: Mrs. J. s'
by Mrs. Richard Land, presl Luncheon will be held it 12:30 WeimerWomen's discussed by Dr. Martin. He Hillis Miller, Mrs. Norma
dent of Rainbow Lakes Garden p.m. with The Board of County Editor pointed out that many others Elnbecke: Mr. Banks, Dwayne -,4..n
Club of Dunnellon; the welcome Commissioners as honor beside the traditional medical Haute, Charles Kohn and L.
la to be given by Mrs. JosephT. guests CalendarEvents team are becoming Involved in R. Jordon, hospital director: ',
Hudson Jr., president of They are: William T. Green, patient care. The anthropologist and two hospital administration
Gainesville Garden Club, and Jr., E. W. Brockenbrough, Dan. the engineer, the sociologist directors in training, Lowell
the response will be made by el Godschalk, Eugene LJddo, the psychologist and the Hamilton and Robert Bolsaon- .tv
Mrs. Raymond E. McBride, Bernard S.: Date, Roy Mill a r, If f minister have Joined the doctors eau. I ,
nurses and technicians. I Mrs. Raymond .L. Tassinarl
president of the Pioneer Garden Howard Weston, Mayor Commissioner
"Their aim, Dr. Martin social chairman: assisted by
of Ocala. Howard McK 1 Inn s.i1
Club y TODAY, October It said, "Is to bring patients Mrs. H. 0. Enwall, Mrs. J .
for the meeting Is to John Kelly, BobRoundtre e,
Theme Past Matron's Club, Chapter back to their full capacity to H. Norton, Mrs. R. C. PhIlipeand .
be, "Gathering Knowledge To Edward H. Clarkson, Dr. Herbert 44 OES, S p. m., Mrs. C- fulfill themselves as Individual Mrs. Victor S. Phaneuf,
i gether" with each Federation Stevens, Rev. Fred T. Wesley Larsen, 1404 NW ,,10th In society. was In charge of arrangements i
.: officer explaining her office and Laughon Jr. and Rev. WIlliamE. Avenue. The speakers' table was decorated Handbooks were distributedto "

duties. Shea. Woman'i Auxiliary to' the with an arrangement of more than 80 members in at-'
.: Mrs. Frank W. Hewlett, president : At 2 p,m., the group will assemble Alachua County Medical Society tea roses complementing _the'nternationciJ.'endance.. .
- -
of the Florida Federation at the Alachua County
i 9:30 .
a. m., Guaranty
: of Garden Clubs Inc will speak Hospital Parking Lot for the formal Federal Savings and Loan
-- on "Gardeners' Objectives;"1 dedication, which Is open Community Room. TeaTwo I
e : Mrs. Charles H. Blanc hard to the public.
I Gainesville Garden Club, Girl Scout WECO Neighborhood I
: tint I vlce president of FFCC, The
will speak about "Success Inc., in cooperation with the Meeting, *:30 a.m., get-acquainted parties alsh, Syria, Mrs. Leonardo
Girl Scout House 810 NW Sth
Through Knowledge;" Mrs. M.S. Board of County Commissionersand have been newt recently at Nuval, Philippines, Mrs. George
Dilllngham third vice-president the City of Gainesville, has Street. the homes of Mrs J. B. White Phanuel, India; Mrs. Hosh-
of the FFGC, will give hints on landscaped the parking lot using Altrusa Inn.Club, 12:15 p. m., and Mrs. W. D. Steven to plan testis Sako, Japan Mrs. Pram- ,
I "How to'Succeed," and Mrs. HANDS funds. The club received Holiday we International Tea to be held OlD Satarath, Thailand, Mrs.
C..1..11I............. Fin" Art a.Ass a
Carroll 0.: Griffin will discuss an Honorable Mention i at at the Gainesville' Woman'sClub Christian Sauter, Switzerland, >?
"Dissemination of Information." State Convention for this pro, elation, FUn Painters, 1-30: on October 26. and Mrs. Nal Chi Wu, China.
a. m., Cramer Swords downtown
All club presidents will give ,ect. studio. Mrs. M. T.' Hartman Jr., All International residents of
r Club Gainesville and vicinity are .Invited
Merrysteppers Square president of the Woman's ,
and Mrs. W. T. Arnett,'director to attend the tea. Those
Fall Benefit Dance Club, Covered Dish
: of the International Affairs desiring transportation are
Supper, 6:45 p.m., Dancing I
Department, were guests. asked to contact Dr. Robert
I pm., Recreation Center..
ShowBy Alpha XI Delta Alumnae, 8 Mrs. White, chairman of the Bennett or Mrs. J. B. White.

Style p. m., Mrs. Robert B. My. ]Division of International Relations

; ers, 2901 SW 4th Court I. L Introduced" the_u''d'followinginiernai Physical
Kappa Kappa GammaClub i ona i resiuenu as
BARBARA AGEE A tailored grey Jumper worn Fitness
and BEVERLY FORD with a black turtle neck I U:IS p. m., Gainesville guests: You take it for granted, yet anticipate its arrival and fret if it's late. Its
Golf and Country Club, Found Mrs. Carlos Bunge, Argentina
Straight from Paris, fashions. sweater and patterned nylon I ers' Day Luncheon. ; Mrs. George Leland El- Program contents inform you, make you happy and thoughtful Day in, day out
and decorations blended together "over the knee" stockings: wasa '
for the Gainesville JunioiWoman's treat from Stag 'N Drag I League of Women Voters, lis, Peru; Mrs. Youhanna Fares Fa 11 Physical Fitness Program your newspaper brings the world of news to your doorstep.
I I m., Mrs. J. A. Mrs. Hassan Kun- "For Women will
p. Humph- Egypt; Only"
r : Club recent annual worn by Mrs. Glen McMillan.
I ies, 3459 NW 12th Avenue, begin Thursday at 7:30: p. m. October 11 to 17 is National Newspaper Week. And we are happyto
fall benefit fashion show, "Par- Mrs. Steve Melvin modeledan
Islenne Parade." After-Five turquoise shift, Unit Meeting. Arts and Craft,at the Gainesville Recreation join others across the nation i in saluting the men and women of the
of PEO S Center. The will be I
CQ m. held
"The stage was transformedInto made from a stole. A bandof Mrs. Ancll N. Payne, 17 p.NW Interest Group for sue weeks.course newspaper profession who work so diligently to inform and entertain us.
a French sidewalk cafe, multi-colored embroidered accented
7th Terrace. will be the subject -
complete with wrought I Iron this creation from the Sandcasting: This Physical Fitness Program
furniture Right Angle.Jill' Anna Miller Circle, 8 p.m., of the demonstration and following the general outline -
lighted lamp Southern Bell
t Elks Mrs.
Lodge.XI lecture to be presented by @
tea cart filled with of the course prepared by
po.ts'l Knit Shop featured a'doityourself" Phi Chapter of Beta Sigma Gay Welborn when the Arts ...Ssrving You
S a large red and white knit dress the President's Council on physical
modeled Phi, S Mrs. Reid of
p.m. and Crafts Interest Group
awning. fitness, will include warm-
by Mrs. James Zlegler Poole, 3708 SW (th Place. the University Women's Club .
Mrs. J. T. Hudson Jr., president It was made of Plnqoln tweed Alachua Pharmaceutical up exercises, conditioning exercises
County 9:30
meets Wednesday at a.m.
of the Gainesville Gar from and circulatory activities.
Imported Franc In mint
Auxiliary, .8 p.m. In the Florida Union Craft
den Club, arranged roses on spice color Highlighted with Charles Cherry, 181J NW 12th .
an antique silver cake platteras five bands of the dressis
fringe, Terrace.
and Crafts Interest
the centerpiece for the cof- quick and easy to knit. Alpha XI Delta Alumnae meetings are slated for GAINESVILLE MUSIC CENTER
fee table, where Mrs. M. T. Mrs. Steve Schnell appearedIn 8 p.m., Mrs. Robert Meyers, Group the second: and fourth Wednes- r rI
Hartman Jr., and Mrs. Billy a three-piece Burgandy suit 2901 SW 4th Court each month.
day mornings
Brashear served coffee during from Wilson's. Imported from
B'nal Israel Sisterhood, 8p.m. Silkscreen .11 Y If ell tI i n g
the morning review. Devonbrook this leatherlooklng
Italy by ,
Jewish Education Center
I mosiac and batik are some of
Mrs. Charles Outen, Mrs. cotton featured a 3115 NW 16th Street
1 t R Ihns and Mrs. W. T. J'I(I slim A-line skirt, white turtle Film Classics, "VIrdiana," the Cochairman new techniques for the planned.year are,I is pleased to announce our appointment 1

ah served during the evening neck sweater and jacket with 6:15: p.m:, UP Medical Center Mrs. Welborn and Mrs. Don
show. I gold military buttons. Burgandy dealer the
Auditorium. Halperln. I as franchised for "fresh new {
Moscow boots complemented -
Mrs. Asa J. Cox, chairman I
WEDNESDAY!; October 14
t" for the fashion show, announced the outfit.BelkLlndsey. a4 w, voice in electronic organs"The
that all proceeds will go toward outfitted Mrs. Gainesville Bridge Club I ,
the Alachua County Dental Julian Murray In a wild-vlolet 7:30: p. m., Holiday Inn. \

Clinic for Indigent children wool suit This three-piece out- University Women's Club, .
and Sunland Training Center, Fit featured a sleeveless suede International Relations Group VV .

the club'i major charity project ,erkin( over a light violet silk\ Luncheon, 1 p. m., UF Faculty -
,. 1 blouse with long sleeves. Ugh Club, Dr. Teruzo KonIsh TODAY, October 13 '
Mrs. Lamar E. Crevasse, 'violet shoes completed the en- and Dr. Akio Tom 1 It t a Miscellaneous shower com-

commentator, wore an Italian :semble. After-Five Frock. guest speakers. plimenting Mrs. Glenn Roberts
twill.black velveteen A-llne An After Five sleeveless Marks, formerly Miss Superb Seeburg Organs

d shift In sapphire blue for the I dress of black wool jersey was. Mrs. MeyersTo Marcia Capo, 8 p.m., Mrs.
morning show and a cerise slim 'worn for Cherry's by Mrs. David John F. Hill and Mrs. Ira J. :
line two-piece formal for evening Drylle. The bateau neckline Entertain Carter at the latter's home, I
Both were by Nellie De1 1 had traces of Jet thread 2155 NW 4th Place.Miscellaneous i
grab from Sllverman's. I and the back of the bodice was SororityGainesville shower for

Mrs. Charles McCallum, modeling 'accented by a tailored bow of Miss Judith Beasley, bride ,,
for Gelger's, appearedIn the same material. area Alumnae ofAlpha elect of Grover Ford of Jacksonville I -
a cocoa: and candy pink The "understated" look was XI Delta will meet tonight Mrs. Walter R. Lee
costume suit by Junior Sophisticates. modeled by Mrs. Robert Barnes at 8 in the home of Mrs.Robert Jr. and Mrs. Carl Saltzmanat

The blouinn, dole- for Roundtree, Ltd. This Meyers, 2901 SW Fourth the former's home, 224
man sleeved overblouse of candy sheath, with jewel neckline and 'Court.Plans Southwest Fortieth Terrace.
pink and the full cape coat dropped belt had a raglan for the year's program, WEDNESDAY October U
In cocoa mohair and wool were sleeve, bloused bodice over a which will Include monthly Linen shower honoring Miss

worn over a sheath skirt slim skirtRuddy's meetings through May of 1965, Mary Dressler, fiancee of Dr. ,\.,
Mrs. Tom Ashworth appeared \ presented! a silk will be made. John McKenzie, Mrs.' Harold
for Blanch's In a black 1 crepe with dropped torso ac- Officers for the coming yearare Bachman and her daughter,
crepe evening gown designed cented by satin bows at the Mrs. Thomas Walker, president Mrs. Louis Chazell of Ocala, I
In Paris. It was accented with I shoulder and satin-bias tape ; Mrs. Max Tyler, vice at the Bachman home, 1246 ,
swirls and white ribbon and had around the hip line above I president. Miss Louise Henley, SW Ninth Road. I
white nylon fringe dipping to the pleated skirt. Mrs. William secretary, and Mrs. Jason Out-
i 4 the floor Saunders also wore a black ,ler, Jr., treasurer.Mrs. I SPECIALSUE'S
A stunning leather-trimmed feather wig. styled by Eliza William Fleming( will
suede coat In the new seven- 'beth Eight-button black leather :represent the club In City Pan- BEAUTY
;. eighth length was shown over gloves and a soft silk baa 'hellenic, and Mrs. Dan Branch
'c a basic black Zefkrome knit 'inert the costume accessories. rill direct the Philanthropic I SALON

dress from Penney's by Mrs., Mrs. Charles E. Engel modeled program, which is devoted to "etal S.Iwiee. A.......
'i Donald W. Tredmlek. Jr. This I'' a salt and pepper tweed I combating Juvenile delinquen-' 462.1162

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fi with a black velour hat trimmed I if whipped cream. A wool felt-I levels | rill total *r M.....
't In leather. 1 nan.tailored vest of red completed Alpha XI Delta Alumnae and with $S ... $10 ............ i
'. From Franklin's, Mrs.: Jack I this outfit from twig. I collegiate members new to the SUE eOl"IN, 0......rLaram
Bohan non, sponsor from Children's clothes were i an I area are Invited to attend the Wiltoraloen andWilder i
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In a dressy black' crepe Pam Rink appeared in -.
fashioned with a dramatically a Lindalow two-pler red dress
velvet shoulder line. 1 tin! frock trimmed with '
She draped wore an "Emm bow ,white cotton lace, was from Uchter MR. 4K %. At last! A line of easy-to-play home organs with the "b/g

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...:.. ) Gainesville Sun Tuesday October U, 1964, I,

News of InterestTo f"o_:."' )f .
Calendar Of Events
i Special .. ...:5:

t XI Phi Chapter of Beta Sigma
r __ TUESDAY, October 13
Phi I p.m. Mrs. Reid the Colored Community

i : Past Matron's Club, Chapter Poole 3101 SW 6th Place. The World on Your Doorstep. ..

44 OES 8 p. m., Mrs. C.
WEDNESDAY October 14
i : Wesley Larsen, 1404 NW. 10th 17TH ANNIVERSARY er at High Springs, area told friends are asked to attend.
Gainesville Club
\ Avenue. Bridge The 17th anniversary of the the voters that the voters from Mrs. Priscilla Vlnson. president
I : Woman's Auxiliary to the 7:30: p. m., Holiday Inn.Club I pastor. Elder Hugh And ... High Springs made many sacri- ; L. M. Jackson, principal
: Alachua County Medical Society University Women's son Sr., began yesterday at the fices to report their accomplishments
1:30.a.. m., Guaranty International Relations Group, Church of God in Christ at Ala. to the group, some had CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSML
I Federal Savings and Loa Luncheon. 1 p. m.,' UF Faculty chua through 19 at 8 p.m. come from outlying areas where I I Pleasant Methodist "4as <
Club, Dr. Teruzo Ron- 2
Room. The program is as follows: local meetings planned, and
Ish and J>r. Aida Tom It a Then'will be mid-week Prayer
will be cancel-
Girl Scout WECO Neighbor- Today, a program ren- these meeeting were i
to guest speakers.League Service today, 7:30: p.m.; the
dered under the direction of led until a later date.
} hood Meeting, 930: a.m., ,
, Scout House, 810 NW 8th of Women Voters, Mrs Ida Mae Wheeler; Wednesday Mrs. Josie Lang representing Woman's Society of Christian
, 9.30 a.m., Mrs. Harry Board- Elder D. R. Williams from Newberry told the League Service will meet tomorrow. t.
Street.. man, 1625 SW 6th Terrace, 7:30: pm. the Methodist Men
) Club 12 15 Starke and Elder S. K. Lam- that Newberry had registered
Altrusa m.,
Unit Meeting. kina from Alachua will conductthe 85 per cent of the eligible voters will meet tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.:
I Holiday Inn.Gainesville Fine Arts AssocJattoa. Chapter AF, PEO, Mrs. services; Thursday, Rev. A. in that area, the efforts the Choir No. 1 will have Its rehearsal
, : 9:30 Lebo and Mrs. A. Danne, 1609 Odom from LaCrosse will be In last three weeks were most Thursday' 7.30 p.m. the
Fun Painters, :
NW 7th Avenue.University charge of the services; Friday, commendable.Uriah Children's Choir will have its rehearsal
I .a, m., Cramer Swords City Bridge Club Elder J. J. Jones from Wil- Gill stated that he livesin tomorrow, 4:30: p.m.;
, studio. 7.30 p. m., University of Flor Iston will conduct the services: the Micanopy area and that the Youth Choir will rehearse n

,i .Dance Merrysteppers Club, Covered Square Dish ida Faculty Club, West New- Saturday Elder S. Bannister of with the good cooperation of the tomorrow, 8 p m. Are you making
, berry Road. Gainesville, will be In charge of precinct workers they were sure preparation to pay your !
8 45 Dancing.8pm.
Supper p.m. Arts and Crafts Group, University the services; Sunday, Rev. W. 10 get out more than 90 per $1S.00 on the fourth Sunday? z
j ., Recreation Center. Women's Club, 9:30 L. Souder will conduct the serv ,cent vote in his precinct This church' Is asking every
:. Alpha XI Delta Alumnae a.m., Craft Shop, Florida ices; and at $ p.m., Elder Me- Chester Shell stated that Hawthorne member to pay something. We
Robert B. My
i p. m., Mrs. Union. Rinse will also\ tui In charge I voter always voted almost would like IA rake l .M.....MM.....Ml.... />"
. : era, 2901 SW 4th Court. Education and Physical Ed- i-the services. Monday:
: Kappa Kappa Gamma ucation Dames, 8 p. m., Mrs. 19, Bishop H. William willclo would do so in November. member see his or her v"l
Club, 12:15: p. m., Gainesville Found Kimball Wiles, 2221 NW 3rd the anniversary services. Dr. E. A. Cosby spoke for the If you do not know who _
.: Golf and Country Club, Place. At the close, supper will be. Gainesville area where he captain la please contact the .
era' Day Luncheon. Pharmacy Dames, 8 p. m., served. complimented the excellent Pastor "Homecoming" will be ,
: League of Women Voters, Mrs. Carl H. Johnson, 2141 The public is Invited. work of the voters for Equal observed on the fourth Sunday
: 8 p. m., Mrs. J. A. Humph- NW 7th Place. Rights and everyone associatedwith
In this month. The offering for
ries, 3459 NW 12th Avenue, Arts and Sciences Dames, NOTICE the drive; and cochairman Sunday, Oct. 4, follows; from
: Unit Meeting. I p. m., Mrs. L. E. Grimier! The Wesleyan Service Guild Sidney Martin of the LBJ class leaders, $242.75 the
; pub-
Chapter CQ of PEa I p.m. 256 NW 4th Place. of MU Pleasant Methodist! Campaign spoke to the group lic
offering 14104 the Church
: Mrs. Audi N. Payne, 17, NW Chapter AP P EO 9:30a. Church will sponsor ''a season and urged each one to keep up School, 13.11; charity; offering,
: 7th Terrace. m., Mrs. J. R. Greenman, tea in the dining room of the the good work. and total
Anna Miller Circle, I p.m., 345 NW 11th Avenue. church Oct. 11 at 3 p.m. Sheriff Joe M. Crevasse and W.81381 $311.71. Rev.

: Elks Lodge. Cosmos Club 2:30: p. m., During the tea, there will bea Mrs. Patricia Farris, along 1 M. Ferguson, pastor.
r\ ... Mrs. Frank B. Becker 214 musical program rendered with Treasurer Howard Adams, Mt. Camel Baptist There
NW 14th Street, Installation sponsored by the. youths of the complimented the A l la c It ua will be mid-week Mectltat I loa
of Officers. church. County Voters League for its Services today, 7:30 p.m.; Youth

Bridge University Medical Guild, There Is no admission price. excellent work that was doneIn Forum Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.,
I p. m., Mrs. Ernest B. I the vote registration. and also the Choir will have itsrehearsal
I Wright 404 NW 23rd Street. PATIENT IN HOSPITALMrs. A special meeting was called and Ushers' Beard I
= Agriculture Dames, 8 p. m., Hallle Jackson Is a pa- by Chairman Chester Shell for No. I will meet, I p.m.: Teachers
I Club Guaranty Federal Savings and tient in the Alachua General Wednesday Oct 14, at 8 p.m. at Meeting Thursday, 7:30p.m.
Loan Association CommunityRoom. Hospital the Recreation Center. L. V. Davis .; and the Choir will again
vice president of Alachua have Its rehearsal Friday 8
You take it for granted, yet anticipate ita arrival and fret il it's late. It
University Women's Club AILING AT HOME County Voters League. p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; *
Notes Newcomers Bridge, I p. m., The following persons a railing e Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, reporter. contents inform you, nuke you happy and thoughtful Day in, day out

Clubhouse, West New berry at their homes: Tom Ma PERSONALS your newspaper brings the world of news to your doorstep.
Road. thias and Mrs. Annie Ramsey Miss Mary H. Smith and Miss East Side Church of God In

: By JOHN E. CRAPS Ann Miller, both of Tamps, Christ-Church School, 10 a.m.; October 11 to 17 is National Newspaper Week. And we are happyto
: The team consisting of Mrs. : VOTERS LEAGUE were here yesterday visiting morning worship, 11 and others
a.m.: join across the nation in saluting the men and women of the
F. J. Hotter Irving M. Holz- Girl Scout Prairie Neighbor Willie Burgess told the Ala with Miss Miller's relatives evening worship, 7 Elder
I : man, Mrs. H. R. Warfel, and hood Meeting, 10 a. m., Girl chua County Voters at the Recreation and friends.Mr. J. C. Carter, pastor.p.m newspaper profession who work so diligently to inform and entertain.
), : Mrs. R. M. Walbeck tied with Scout Office, 810 NW 8th I Center monthly mee and Mrs. James R. Ste- Mt Olive Primitive Bsptlst-
the team of Mrs. L. E. Grint- Street. i ing that he was sure that 95 vena and son, Jack, all of De- There will be a business meeting -
: er, Mrs. H. L. Gray, Mrs. J. Golden Age Club, 1.30 p. m., per cent of the registered voters troit, Mich., arrived here yesterday today at 8 p.m.; and the @ Southern Bell
A. Jones, Jr. and the writer Recreation Center. In Alachua would vote I n the as guests of Mrs. Stev- bacons' Board meeting will beheld ,.Swing, You
Nov. 3, General Election. en'a relatives for two weeks.
: for first place In the annual Gainesville Public Library,
I club championship for pen Board Meeting I p.m. Gainesville Rev. George Hail, also of Ala Mr.. and Mrs. Zack D. James Wednesday, 8 p.m. Rev. H. I.
:. teams, which was conducted Public Library. chua, stated .that he was a,and daughter, Helen, all of Cinsey, pastor; Miss Barbara .

i i' : on Wednesday evening by the University Women's C lu b Democrat three times: (1)) a Nashville, Tenn., whose visit I -Watson, reporter.---- -
,J Gainesville Bridge Club at the Evening Bridge, 8 p. m., Club Demoractic baby, a Democratic! ,here -for the pail two weeks has
i : Holiday Inn. Both teams won house, West Newberrjr Road. boy, and now a Democraticman. been pleasant, were flown 10

I 14 of 24 boards. League of. Women Voters, I their home yesterday. I GAINESVILLE MUSIC ENTER
: : In third place with 13% 8 p. m., Mrs. J. A. Humph- 0. P. Perry, registration lead- II I .

: boards won was the team of ries, 3459 NW 12th Avenue, CLUB SLATES MEETINGThe
Mrs. Daniel Scarrltt, Dr. E. Unit Meeting.. Petite Madamoillle Club
I I C. Kirkland. Rufus Heath, Jr. Gainesville Chapter 44 OES, will have its regular meeting
and P. D. Goldhagen, Mrs. W. 1 p.m., Masonic Temple. ReceptionHonors
the home
today at 8:30 p.m. at is
FRIDAY October II pleased to announce our
A. ,
D. Macdonald Van May, of Miss Leola Brocklngton, of appointment
Dr. E. E. Phillips and Dr. I. Gainesville Bridge Club, 9
1112 N.W. tth Place. Mrs. Susie
\ T. Gilson took fourth place a. m., Holiday Inn. dealer the
i Woods' president; Mrs. Detores'hillips as franchised for fresh: new
t among the nine teams r.lh;: Gainesville Association of
reporter. I
12 boards. Insurance Agents, 12:15 p. m., voice in electronic
The club will conduct a special Holiday Inn.MONDAY organs"The
charity game tomorrow October: 12 NOTICE
evening with all proceeds to Gainesville Woman's Club I CoupleMr. The Pallbearers' Lodge No.
be donated to the United Fund Christmas Crafts-Arts Group, 113 will meet at the regular
w of Greater Gainesville. The 130: s.m., Clubhouse, West meeting place on Oct. 13 at 8
University Avenue.WEDNESDAY and Mrs. John A. Frost The assessments are to be
By RALPH H. BLODGETT October 14 celebrated their golden wedding paid during the meeting
The fractional master point Gainesville Chapter Daugh- anniversary Tuesday with a reception See
master point awards will be ters of the American Revolution for friends and relativesat BUSINESS MEETINGThe Superb burg Organs

scaled as In a sectional tour 3 p.m., Community i their home. Undenominational Choirs'
nament. It is hoped that these Room of the Guaranty Federal The Frosts were married fifty Union will hold Its business
two Inducements will attracta and Savings Loan Assn. years ago at the First Baptist meeting on Wednesday, Oct 14.,
large attendance. .Representative George G. Church, Adams, N. Y. at 3 p.m. at the Johnson Chapel I
Bridge Club attracted 38 dup-- Stalling Jr., guest speaker. Baptist Church.
licate players to the University Out of town guests here for the
Faculty Club Wednesday celebration included their i SLATES PROGRAMThe
game of the University City daughters Mrs. HaDlday Clarkeof Pallbearers' Lodge No.
evening. The average score Scarsdale, N. Y., Mrs. Dwight 113 choral group will reader a
was 98 for North South and Baker of Milwaukee, WIs. and program at the Johnson Chapel
8SH for East West Mrs. Milton Van der Brook of Baptist Church on behalf of

Towing the writer, Harry C. Kalamazoo, Mich. Their son, omen's Day Oct 18 at 8 '
Boardman staggered over the John A. Frost Jr. of Gainesville, .m.1
was also present.
finish line In first place among
TUESDAY, October 13 The October meeting of the
the North South players witha I Fall appointments were used Duval Elementary School Par.ant .I
score of US match points. D- Miscellaneous shower com- and Mrs. John A. Frost Jr. Teacher! AssocisUoa will be'held J
frazier and S. L. Williams
plimenting Mrs. Glenn Rob- poured. in the csfetorlum on Tuesday -

Mr. and were Mrs.second R. H.with Browne 109 erts Marks, formerly Miss The Frosts were residents ofBronxville I Oct. 13, at l pm.I ,1t sI.

were third with 9W, and Robert Marcia Capo, 1 p.m., Mrs. N. Y., before retiring The parents guardians and
W. Jones and Dr. Roy I. John F. Hill and Mrs. Ira J. to their home In Gaines

Johnson were fourth with 92H. Carter at the Jailer's home, ville. Mr. Frost was general SPECIALSUE'S

Mrs. Robert W. Jones and.. 2155 NW 4th Place.Miscellaneous sales_manager' for.National: Paper IEAUTY i
products Division
V. R. frailer lea an tne
East West pairs with a score shower for Crown ZeDerback Corp., New SALON
of 1M match Second Miss Judith bride York City\ il
' points. Henley, H.... ........ ......
14 went to A. B. Wermuth and elect of Grover Ford of Jacksonville Mrs. Clayton A. Sayers of 462. 142IS
C. D. with 97 and Mrs. Walter R. Lee
Predny Gainesville, a sister of Mrs P.e..e.hh end ...
third to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jr. and Mrs. Carl Saltzmanat Frost entertained members of Pius ,... ......_ :'
Roberts with 19 Joe Han and the former's home, 321 the family! at a dessert party .ft. II end lit ,---.
D. W. Debord tied with Mrs. Southwest Fortieth Terrace. and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Frost SU( eel VIN. Owner
Smith Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Jr. entertained the family at a Lore' Wdrw&oon mad
WEDNESDAY, October 14 L..cII. Wide' '. 0De0.1OrI
for fourth
V. Barker and dinner. ,
fifth at S7H match points Linen shower honoring Mill
The club will meet again Mary Dressier, fiancee of Dr.
Wednesday at 7:30: p m. at the John McKenzie Mrs. Harold I
UF Faculty Club on West Bachman and her daughter MR. 4/ % At last A lint of oasyto play home organs with the "big

Newberry Road. AH interested Mrs. Louis ChaxeO of Ocala.
bridge players are Invited to at the Bachman home, 1241 organ" sound- "big organ"'features

attend and compete. SW Ninth Road.
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(AP) The'apportion its legislature.The said in his petition. "Justice
u.s. Supreme Court refused only thing unsettled It dictates that these five million
Monday to reconsider 1U decision when. I Floridians are entitled to a
outlawing Florida's leglsla Cov. Farris Bryant and tolegislature bearing on the merits. of this
tire apportionment, giving the have gone on record case In this court"
state the task of seeking federal opposing reapportionment b) Aast. Atty. Gen. Joe Jackbs,
district court permlMlon for the courts. Furthermore, Bryan who will assist Kynes before
more time to handle the prob called for more time, saying the the three-Judge court, Hid three
lem. problem should be bandied by morions were before the court:
Last June, the Supreme Court the Incoming legislature, whose To strike the reapPOrtIonment A
knocked out Florida 43sen- terms begin Immediately after amendment from the Florida 4
ator, 112, representative state the Nov. 1 general election.To Nov. I ballot, an action the
I law on grounds both Houses let the outlolnIelll.ture State Supreme Court denied on
I wen not baaed upon population. handle It would be disastrous,he groundi the amendment never
,At the urn time, the Suj said. It could result to loss 01 was declared unconstitutionaland '
'I j prune Court directed a special candidacies by many men and besides, |It 'was too.late, for
I' three-Judge federal district court women who spent time and mosey that action.
in Miami to see to It that the seeking office In the May The.January UN legislature
I. state complied with the order. primaries and November elec- reapportioned the state by law
Last week, the court comprising and adopted an amendment giving
\ U.S. 5th Circuit Court tion.Atty.. Gen. James Kynes,. In constitutional sanction to the
of Appeal Judge Warren L. arguing for a rehearing, accused plan. Unlike the law,the amendment .r
t Jones of Jacksonville and District the Supreme Court of deciding calls for reapporUonment
I Judges William licBae Jr. Florida's apportionment every 10 yean, ginning. to
r of Jacksonville and David Dyer without giving the state chanceto 1171.
i of Mlam --echeduled a bearing be heard. -To permit several others-I
/\ fool a.m. Wedneeday to Miami. The decision was tacked onto the League of Women Voteisand I
j/\ 8onda,', Supreme Court ae- the end of a declsloij on apportionment the Mayon Committee for I on Magnificent Nla r Q
tilts apparently bad little any. In Alabama. Constitutional Government.0' ......
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I'j I Crash Ends !Car Political'Talks SlatedAt i COLOR TV ;..w

I Chase Inside CityA ChurchTalking I'

high speed chase through careen Into a tree, bounce off politics In church will
downtown Gainesville Monday and strike another tree. Kelly be the order of the day Sunday I
night ended with two local men and a passenger In the vehicle, when Prof. Ernest R.
receiving treatment for m I nor Robert L. DeGraff, 722 SW 2nd political scientist at the Bartley'l ....
Injuries at A II c h u. General :St., auffered cuts and bruises Ity of Florida, speaks to the I
Hospital and were released after hospital Unitarian .' Unlvenalist Fellw-
1 1I treatment ,
The chase began when police
Kelly was charged with reckless He will speak on "The Con-, ..J r
I attempted to stop a car driven 1 willful and '
driving wanton tltutkm and Our Changing I ,
by Luclui Kelly, 907-C NW 7th
I and no driver's license. DeGraffwas Needs." The meeting begins at'
Ave. Instead of stopping, Kelly I cited for allowing an tinauthorised 11 a.m. at 1204 NW 10th Ave.I I

I fled.After I person to drive and is open to the public. t .r.
pursuing Kelly for several Damage to the car was und.. This will be the first In a'
blocks, officers saw his car I ermined.F _. three week series dealing with!
n political life. Prof. Norman Wi-
ensky of the Social Science Department 4
UF, will talk on Oct
Simple Question 25, and Prof. Oscar Svartlen win
I present "The Nation and Our '
World.Engagements". .on Nov. 1. .,

Snags Auto Talks 'Home' Brew' I f .M' _....

'}: DETROIT (AP) Negotiations 'greater. The"''current average 'Brings Arrest r .....
I i between American Motors !straight-time wage li I figured! at i

,'i Corp. and the United Auto 13.01 hourly by the Bureau of Eddie Walker, 48 )'elr-i d '...n.S' .
Workers Union came down tsf' Labor Statistics.In alnesvUle man, was arrested'
I one simple question today: 1161, the AW agreed its Monday after Alachua County
':I Does the sole profit-sharing :25,000 members in AMC plants tariff's deputies found five I WAY' COLOR COMBO -:: '
contract In the automotive indiqptry -,would give up whatever numberof ,talons of "home by*" at his ,
survive or does It die cents-per-hour was required louse.
\ Working against! a Thursday If the workers' share in company Walker, who lives in Monteo-, Magnavox Color TV-plus beautiful Block and White TV. Superb FM/AM Radio -
midnight strike deadline the profits did not provide adequate chi: Settlement was chargedwith I -For rich, static-fret, no-drift FM plus powerful AM reception. True Stereo High S -..
company said, In effect, let tt 1 financing for new and possession of non tax paid Fidelity Phonograph. Exclusive Micromotic Record Player banishes record end 775Model .... :
dl. The union, on the other added benefits. beverages.
stylus wear Diamond Stylus guaranteed 10 !
band, laid Jet's keep it alive years ,

This,. however was not UN Bond Issue ''for SRD Mejgnewx Silver Seal Warranty 90 day service, a full veer on all parts and tubes. AND YOU CHOOSE -..
only trouble apot In the automotive I MV 545. "
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General Motors Corp., kingpin
of the automakers, still was Quarters to Be LoweredTALLAHASSEE
strikebound. Only 45 of 130 attheplant -
settlements required AP) The $ .311,930 for the five-story. build ::
to supplement the previously State Road Department planned Inf. .
negotiated national contract had today to reduce the size of a 'I' It reduced a proposed $3.3 ml .
teen ruched.That left U to '0. bond issue to build a new headquarters lion bond Issue to 12.' million THE WORLD SERIES FOOTBALL GAMES :
Ford, which also had agrees because bids were below and will offer U for sale Nov.1 ,
national contract and had estimate starting construction: quickly ail'
on a '";
settled on most at-the-plan Expecting to pay well over K er delivery of the cash.The I YOUR FAVORITE TELEVISION PROGRAMS : :

supplements with the UAW, go) million, the department accepts Road Department will I ".
strike call from an unexpected the bid of a Pensacola firm for pay part of the costs from $U ALL IN BEAUTIFUL LIVING COLOR! ;
source, the Pattern Makers million It will get from tale 01 w.
league of North America (AFU the building tt occupies now. .
ClO). Burns Tallies The bid of the Dyson Construe NO EXTRA CHARGE : ,
Both company and patternmaker lion Co. was accepted although ,
sources agreed that a Gifts It had an apparent error.
prolonged strike by this tiny Campaign The Road Department decidedto FOR SERVICE ;& DELIVERY! -
union with a membership of bate a fourth elevator In the
less than '70 within Ford's ISO,. TALLAHASSEE (AP- May .new structure and required can JJI .
000 hourly rated employs don Buna reported his total tractors add Its cost to theft I
i could take Ford out of 19U modWages !campaign gifts so far In the gov '..uma.... .
I eI produclUon. i ernor's race bad risen to '1.17 instead of adding Its COlt UN;
seniority and Job security i million. Dyson Co. subtracted from UK
s of the FordUAW but !bid but agreed to stand be SEETHE Largest DiSjIayw.
I Contributions last week
I .There contract appeared, were little at lIIue.I chance. 'Burns topped $47.000 and pushed Und fee bid anyway. :;
his total for the general election
I the Sept. 25th CM walkout race against Charley Mousy, Republican Voft .
ended before next
to 12'1'._
week. AU told, the CM strikehas
Idled almost! ..110O of the Holley reported to the state OF COLOR TV AT MCDUFF MIN
company's ",000 UAW-repre- that he received 171,. since .
anted hourly employes. the May primaries.Sen. .
Stalemate continued on the Spestard Holland listed, -
!! American Motors front. The 38,7(1 in campaign collections' A WIDE VARIETY OF FINE FURNITURE STYLES AND FINISHES
'company said the union was last month for SS1JSI total and
asking the same settlement tt spent $17.331. His top opponent l,
reached with the Big Torn, Claude Kirk, said he collected' GOVERNORANNOUNCING
plus profit sharing. 14,113 during the month for ai, "I"
\' '. UAW denied this. It said total of .....Iand spent HI.1M. .! 9

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Ifjt to. win profit sharing. sawn
.;ne. company said the unionshould !
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FOLLOWING \ (Kidnaped AF Officer Is Freed1\

( 'The Campaign I I CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) The 43-year-old! officer from their four children. t'' ,- --

,J.; : 0 Communist terrorists released Chandler, Arts., laid his abduct I He appeared well but tired DON'T WAIT UNTIL IT'S TOO LATE
U. S. Air Force Lt Col Michael tors never mentioned any plan He wore his Air Force uniform,
Smolen unharmed Monday night to trade him for political prisoners but without coat or tie. TO PAY, AND

after two of the five-man gang in Venezuela or for a con- Smolen said his kidnaperstook YOU CAN GET ,
: Elated Johnson Planning that abducted him Friday were demned Communist Viet Cong him to one place "and I
arrested. terrorist In South Viet Nam. ,there I stayed" He said his A LOAN OF
Smolen, blindfolded, was put Various anonymous telephone abductors seemed to be "a teamof \
out of a car about 11 p.m. on a callers had reported such pro three." At least two men

Torrid Pace to Finish Line street- A corner passing in police eastern car Caracas spotted posals.South Viet Nam police sources said.were with him at all times, he II i $25$ 10 $600

him almost immediatelyand reported that the execution of Smolen said he was fed hamburgers I

_:;' WASHINGTON (AP) Presl- Goldwater, the Ku Klux Klan Birch Society and those others took him to a police station the terrorist mentioned in con soft drinks and chicken I
dent Johnson, elated over the and the John Birch Society. (who preach hate will have their He arrived the embassy early nection with the Smolen abduct brought In from a restaurant.I And It'. Confidential
5|results of Ms first full-scale Goldwater was a target In robes pulled open where the today said he felt fine and reported tion. Nguyen Van Tro 19, still Barrios said the two accused''

.. ?campaign trip, says he win every appearance, but never by American people l can see he had been treated well Nguyen Van Tro, 19, still kidnapers arrested early Monday
3N maintain a torrid pace until the name; he was "our opponent" them." Interior Minister Goiualo was scheduled for Thursday. were Arsenio Pasarln, 26 I Marion Finance Co.Home
iNov. 3 election. or "one candidate. In Denver, an especially large Barrios said the two terrorists) Smolen was the second American and Alberto Rodrigo Baron 14.He I .
At Boise Johnson Aid there and crowd seized in downtown Caracas officer to be abducted and said both naturalised!
:: : It's not that Johnson fears especially noisy a Red are Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks
,defeat. But be makes clear he may be no second chance for a heard Johnson assail Goldwater apartment early Monday wereSpanishborn then released Last unharmed November by, U.S.''Venezuelans and that one, 218 W Uitlv.Ave.President fl '-SUI
members of the terrorists. worked
doesn't president. "our opponent" -as one who an advertising agency -
want to leave anythingto
chance and big crowds "The President of the United believes "the! child has no right Red underground called the Army Col. James Chenault was and the other for a TV station. .t.I -I
States! has to be right the first to an education." Armed Forces of National Liberation held for eight days. U.s. Charge '-
hire for him. I .
prove a powerful Hill said Smo __ _
.- The President returned to time, and if he Is. not right the Johnson added: "I say every (FALN). D'Affaires John "

IJ Washington early today from first time, there may be no child haa the right to as much Reliable sources said nine g's captivity apparently was
Boise, Idaho, last stop on a six- second time for him to change education: as he has the ability other suspected terrorists were shorter because the police were JohnsonIS
.... day, 10,000-mile campaign trip his views or explain them or to take. His right does not end picked up later. closing in.Smolen. I
,,. through U states from shore to correct them or there may be in high school: His right goes on Smolen told newsmen his talked with newsmen
shore. no time for the nation to change through higher education, if he abductors said they kidnaped after a reunion at the embassywith I
Its choice. )wants It and can use It It con- him to make propaganda for his wife, Marian o( Rock-I
_. trail
He will be the
hitting Speaking off-the-cuff to a tinues until he has acquired the their underground against I ford. 111. He was kidnaped on
.-.. w., again Wednesday for two daysin crowd IB the Butte, Mont, civic training to take a useful and Venezuela's democratic govern- the way to work after having
New Jersey, Pennsylvania center, Johnson raised a roar of rewarding place la our society." ment. breakfast with his wife and
and York. I
New applause with this shouted The President called 1 for
..w- After that he'll be off for Ohio statement: broad-scale efforts to aid education I PLEDGED TO FLORIDA'SFUTURE
then, Texas and very likely "I predict U I am elected, and youth training and State Tax Hike
.. } other Western dates that the extreme groups that]suggested these as one means of ,
,: J Stumping through the Rocky have Infected Ibis country the combatting crime In the streets
Mountain states Monday, Johnson spotlight of publicity will be put I- a frequent topic hi Gold 'Inevitable
:: took direct aim at Barry on them and the Klan and the![water's campaign speeches.

: TAMPA (AP) The two men "It's very hard to be reali.llcI
I President
: Barry Charges who win lead the next session and popular at the same time."I at Cape Kennedy
of the Florida Legislature say RoweD and James E. Conner,

new taxes are virtually Inevit I president-elect of the Senate,
able. told the federation that education
':= : Is 'Politicking9 on SundayTOPEKA "We're going to have to raise is the prime candidate for
money from new sources or cutback more tax money.ConItruction .
on facilities," Rep. E. C. costs for the university Support for Education
Kaa. (AP) Sen. ing a mistake that might jeopardize overcome by Just people stopping !Rowell speaker designate/ of the system la "only the beginning I
... Barry Goldwater charged todaythat national security." to think that no man, particularly ,House, told the Florida Retail ," Rowell said.
.. President Johnson is neglecting Goldwster added "It couldbe no American, Is ever!Federation Monday."In However, Rowell said that Cross-State Barge Canal

?" 'a bis duties for "full-Urn done at a time and place of going to push the button." I all my years In the Legislature "we are rapidly: 'JIIII'OIIChinll
.. i, politicking" that "turns Sunday his choosing, so as to permit In his Topeka speech, Gold. I seldom have seen a the limit of the load the tax'
.?... i into campaign chaos him to" spend more time at his water said, "We face full-time plan to spend tax money that payers can pay." Social Security and
The Republican presidential desk. responsibilities around the II did not have some merit. if we Conner suggested a review of
nominee referred to a campaigntrip Topeka was the first stop In a world, fullscale challenges. could afford it." Rowell said present tax laws and a closing
: Sunday by Johnson that new week of campaigning, followed But not once do we hear of them I of loopholes as a method of raising Health Care for the Aged

Included a visit to a church In by a visit to Des Moines from our part-time President. more money. i
: Phoenix, Ariz., Goldwater's and a night rally hi Milwaukee. I "He gives us handshakes and Juanita But he said: "Even If we pro.
Ii The senator In a televised handouts. CONTINUE FLORIDA'S PROGRESS
hometown. I duce more revenue, even If we
-. CoUwater said the President interview Monday night, said be I "He directs traffic and kisses Claims Fidel operate with efficiency and economy .
"- had "visited church after felt the "Bobby Baker case"was babies rather than directing our and close the loopholes,I

..w church and city after city In apolitical hurting the President mora 'foreign policy. He turns Sunday we're going to have to raise WITH \
... travesty of the Lord's than anything else and that the into a day of campaign chaos Has 'Plot' more funds.
c. Republican ticket was beginningto and the other days of the week Brooks Shumaker of Galnes-I i
...... day. I
draw more support from the into days of rest- so far as our By THEODORE A. EDIGER villa elected / of Johnson and i
After here from I was president HumphreyDemocratic
..... a quick flight voters foreign policy is concerned MIAMI (AP) Juanita Castro the federation. Other officers:
i Phoenix week of
open a new "Our polls that we saw Sun- Dealing with the crisis In charging her brother Fidel
A. D. Barrett of Jacksonville
.. i\ campaigning renewed, his the demands Arizona senator that day show us now over the 41 per Southeast Asia, Goldwater said bas a "sinister plan" to "con vice president; Paul Brown of Heodquorteri; 120 SE. 1 lit Ave. FR 2.3591Pd.
.. cent mark In almost every requires more than a U. vent Cuba Into chaos" if he falls,
:.-. r Johnson agree to a televised state" he said- minute stopover between street conferred to Miami today with. Miami, secretary; H. S. Conklln'\ Adv. Alochuo Co. Demo, Camp. Cortm Howard Adorns Treos.
debate. of Miami, treasurer
.s: Baker, former secretay to caravans. exile leaders seeking to hasten I .
." 'i. "If the man who now occupies the Senate's Democratic major I This was a reference to a his overthrow.The .
"".. ,. the White House wants to be ity, once was a Johnson protege. ,brief meeting Johnson had Sunday Cuban dictator's sister declared -
,"-. more of a full-time President He resigned last year whoa his In San Francisco with Pres- in an Interview that Cairo
"between now and election day, wide-ranging financial activities ident Diosdado Macapagal of and brother Raul, armed
there Is a way," Goldwater were revealed. the Philippines. I forces minister, "have said

.... f1 said. Goldwater said that the Issue Johnson and Macapagal conferred -' more than once that nothing
The way, he laid, Is a nationally moat damaging his campaignwas at length earlier this would be left standing, that all "
I televised debate that "could "the outright lie that I am month when the Philippine president the buildings will be dynamited, : Over 65?
be taped, so ss to avoid the trigger happy. ( was in Washington on destroyed. .
possibility of Mr. Johnson mak, "But I think that .la being state visit .1' Miss Castro, who defected 1

--. from Castro-Communism four

:I Olympic TV Coverage ripe months to topple ago said the regime.FISH the time. Is Need Medical ?

:i j Stirs Fuss With Japan Can't Afford It?

r::.' By VAL ADAMS Broadcasting Corp. the live transmission/ and I ,\OU a ::

N. B. C.'. broadcast of the opening
O Jfrui fork JElmrsi It complained of "the decision /
? by the Japanese Broadcast. ceremonies. Sarnoff said $100 .'l,
..' NEW YORK The Columbia withhold they "were surprised at news
tag Corporation n' ,
Broadcasting System protested! tease of the pool material until I reports emanating from Washington I I ,, :' ''f
,_" to the Japanese Broadcast! n i|, the following day." alleging Japanese aid "4fltMi. 1 ;'
.. :
..... failure Corp. Monday of American because television of tbi I i! C: B. S. said It had received I United dissatisfaction States State over Department the handling : There U a Health Opportunity Program for ";' ,

networks to receive film coverage Olympic films by plane MOB i of the historic relay" FRY ;, the Elderly available in your area right now. '
!but the covered ?,
day, events
". of the Olympic Games la 65 whocan't .. '
transmission were too outdated for use on I EVERY 7; It provide to every person over

-..... Tokyo Daily by film satellite coverage of th n. newt Monday night. An A.B.C. Typhoon Hits WEDNESDAY 't, pay for it the health care he or she requires .

...... Olympic events, It was said, executive said "We wanted to.day' I"I ';'
was supposed to be transmit coverage today." Boll Hong Kong NIMT 1; Wt believe that the Health Opportunity '
C. B. S. and A. B. C. Indicated Program for the Elderly Is a better program ,
_w ed to the U. S. by means o!'I J'iI J
HONG KONG (AP) Typhoon .'
that unless could hi
pictures PM to 9 PM
yncom 3, a communications I 6 '1 Medicare Tax First ;
.. utellite under the control of,transmitted by Syncom they Dot with center winds of atHOWARD ; than proposed : plan. .' 'h "
he Communications Satellite might otter a* coverage of tin( 171 miles sn hour ripped Hong the Medicare Tax would P"I- than 251 \
? 'j orp The American Broadcastng Olympics Kong today, leaving at least 34 of the total yearly health care coat fir the .; :

Co., also a participant In The only live television coverage deed and scores Injured. : '
Rescuers feverishly at JOHnSOn average person over 651 ;
of the :
= the Syncom pool arrangement,, Olympics was presented 1
.. Mid it had asked authorities in from 1 to I .... Saturday landslide sites where more than Second, the Medicare Tu would coyer ,
New York time, by MAC M persons were buried by mud I
check the matter.
._.. Japan Tbe to National on Broadcasting !but NBC's West Coast ala. sad rubble. They Included note 2830 N.W. those who don't need it... the wealthy and .t, :. '
Co. has exclusive television,tlons taped the program sad sasaabers of one family 13tbSfMtPhone weH-to-do-aa well u the 6 out of 10 of our .'

fights for extended coverage of I played it beck at 1 a m.. the) The typhoon moved later Into elderly who have private health insurance I,' ,' ,
_. the Olympics. Its contract la I'time. It was reported that UN Red China's Kwangnnsj Province. '

.. ilk Nippon Hoso Kyokal, or'I State Department was deepl that pays most or all of their medical bilk .I

N,H.K. the 1 national code'concerned by the delay of UM FR 66586GOLDWATER would be forced to r ."
Yet earner
designation for the Japanese broadcast because live televise. every wage :
II IMS, mine ouperintenrdent '
M lion coverage of the Olympics Is to the government for the ,
Broadcasting Corp. Under an South Africa noticed a pay higher Wet .
listing agreement, networks a matter of national pride to the! glimmer In bi the wall of a mine .s_........,......,. Medicare Tax plan. TKat'f right extra, .
ither than N. B C. can televise Japanese government. The Japanese
of "
end, after a few moments
that it not needed.
also were reported to money for a plan
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_. ,Ins three times a day at four- have expressed itliseyseiniiial six-ounce giant the CuHia & Tho Health Opportunity Program for the w /fl. t
Intervals. Robert W. Sarnoff. chasntMof "
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__ Friendly, president of C. B. 1 in Tokyo Monday ft* Japer. out of taxes we already pay.And it provide ,, .+'
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Today Is Tuesday, Oct. 13, was fired from an airplane high Des'"ronO. BtVOHCeCCHANCIP.V \

of the 287th day of 1964. There are .-.
I Agony a Washingtonian The annual meeting of the '79 days left in the year.Today' above the Atlantic( missile l NOTICI Of IUIT ..
Alachua County Unit of the in range to the vicinity of the Explorer TO HID Air AeuuH DIVUM 1
highlight history:
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On this date in 1744 a heroine Pert .-"' Oeorfle
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WASHINGTONThe modern set another plate for din I n e r, parties. a queen. Ing.Dr.. Howard Pearson, associate In 1792, the cornerstone of One year ago Premier Fidel ,tor.... The Mt U entitled OILOftii .

i theory Out bad manners are ..xI send out for more chow mein, This, in fact was I standard Bad manners should be professor In the Pediatrics the White House was, laid by Castro estimated that more DCANNA! |AL.DAVIL DAVIT PleMHt DeNndont.W. KIN'Hill *
pretend to be Interested In your reserved the George Washington than 1,000 had been killed by V. ora lreW rgvlwd to RN you; I
Department at of
cusable to score a point at poll practice in the later Victorian University filed Hi Md
I and to take for capable of Hurricane Flora In Cuba omwer to mo
children urge you company after
demonstrated on four Florida Medical School, will' In 1845, the people of Texas wit with the Cler el the Court net II. lorer
continents tics was last week. home a book from his library. age when a man's status in society appreciating them and should present a discussion of recent ratified the U.S. Constitution. the storm had killed more than <_then Ir.-October M loll You are slid on.

t Queen The t r a a tment of Tshombe, was measured by his Ingenuity never be debased to the status I|advances In the leukemia field. In 1912, a bill was introduced. 5,000 In Haiti. .400 upon .PlotoMH.. or dor ottemeyi.In .
I 10 North greeted by "Eliz however accorded with the new In framing a personal of political weaponry. For politics He Is actively engaged In treatment in the House to lower the World NOTC05015 NAMI LAW;ICT:TIUIllNOTICI WON nee N10-.,..Ih.a :
Elizabeth .
was fashion of bad manners in politics Insult In certain reaches of the and research in blood disorders .|War II draft age from 20 to IS. IS I MCRflV OiVM INN thoJMtrUgnod will foil M entered or .
while Bismarck's
rule la still the
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.. Tshombe, it was felt, was upper class It is still a quality of children., In 1943, Italy declared war on ,Mou ot "Ml N; I. Ittti tour. Golvlllo I DATID DIM'
.visiting Quebec and extraordlI soundest "Even In a declaration ". .... tho A, D. IM, ot '
Com- undor note ol UNITID
with the Dr. Pearson .0."I"I
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measures were In too non-aligned that Is much esteemed. of war one observes the its former Axis partner Car CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, NOT 'IM.CORPONATID County, ,-.....
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voked to protect her against vlo- of such non-align- The theory was and shouldbe rules of politeness." Medical School and Harvard many. old Nona with no Clerk el "the C..- i Circuit. Cowl,.:. '
the company Ten years ago--The commissioner culrt Court ol Aledwo CMfitv PNrld. .. ly
i lence which had been promised French- eon a. Messrs Sukarno and again that a gentlemanmay "Francois Go Home" notices on Medical School in Boston Massachusetts of defense tot West Germany ((I D) C.0 I 0. HryentlotH ,..."' J,,, Court tool

j 'by politically minded Kwame Nkrumah who are nonaligned Insult a gentleman at will,, the dinner table every night fora He Joined the tintvarsity Theodot Blank, reported 4 JanetAttormyi PAGAN, CROUCH. I ANOIKSOMAltomeyo
Canadians. but that ot Law for 'mlft
speaking with the West. only a lout would' tedious brother In law who of Florida Medical that the new German military f 0. In 1N0alnnuiIl III lovlheool Pint ItroetOelnnvllle f.
to this country. Senator Gold stoop to Insulting a politician School In 1962 coming here .. Plorlde Plerldo
about all this has overstayed his welcome. establishment would not ,
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-. water was shouted down lirNew Is that most of the people who Unfortunately the triumph of from the National Naval Medical ,re-creation of the old German
.* Jersey by organized J jarring J the new rudeness would the middle class has brought us Center In Bethesda, Mary General Staff.

squads, which seemed to feel practice think of behaving crudely under a repressive code of bourgeois between Ottawa, land, where he was the assistant Five years ago-A two-stage : ; \

that oaflsm in defense of the never neighbors drawing room manners Canada's capital and Quebec head of clinical hematology HNDli PICTITIOUINAMI
Democratic Party is no vice. In towards guests or which, with characteristic mid hive often been strained, Hand- and assistant chief of the pediatrie UN ... t ES N .
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t -* England Sir Alec Douglas- who have dle-class stuffiness holds thatan lettered signs Quebec out I I. service. drnKnod., dMlHm to en/i.e In buelneM. ;: :.!. n/
I decent enough people Insult Is Ottawa non sometimes The agenda for the meetingwill 'under the llctlllou nemo ot THI OPPICI .. .
Home, the prime minister was the dangerousIdea Justified only in an appear ot number U1I lev) UnlvenltyAvenue = ."' ',"
accorded the same rudeness by simply bought affair of high principle.And scrawled on rock facings. also Include the election of in the City el Oilnewlllo. PierMe. \
that no barbarism Is too Intend to ngliler Iho old Nona
officers and directors for the
Labor Party xealota. : lth Hi Clem ot the Circuit Court ot :
d e harsh If there is a good cause so we have the earnest Sr11oh 1 Sat 19646) year and committee reports '_,I-.. County Plorlde.. r 1 Jk, :1E t
to Argentina; President PAUL MALLARD
stake.In bourgeois French
t at > Canadians on Unit accomplishments.All OOLDIN 1 JONIS ,
Gaulle's visit was turned Into extreme this princIple with their high-principled "Eliz Interested In the Attorney ot Low ..,,.,,... .... .. .".,\ ." :.'..' I> ..;t.
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unfrocked dictator and In Africa minded murder that has become more gratifying the sign-bear- attend this annual meeting. Ollneivlllo. _. lab Plerloefitui ,._... 90./ 9 (Hg1V9' 1Y$ :
the Egyptian government I :
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policy on Cyprus really express himself
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refused to let which characterizes MIs- situation. Perhaps for example, ROUND and SIRLOINSTEAKS. c : Hot weolhar con cause id popu latlon' explo.ion of '' P
when it Cairo to sissippi.The The rule should be that a Iba 7 5 :. in o horn where very iftvy fiovd tarn un. Befor. :: V: 4
Molse Tshombe land at domogt world would be far gentleman may insult his broth. rat. ununlMry eeo. ; ,
take part In a conference of"nonallaned" much '. ditiont, In your fame) end furniture, toll f PC Girt *. '.'
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be the saner if the modern code of Five of Australia's new decImal ',.' trot under the direction' of a grod+dntomdoglrf.. ::

first Tshombe Insult-proof who ruler may of this Ill- good Suppose manners, for example were ,reversed.that Instead coins Australian will picture animals such as curious the. BARTON'S New Store LOIIDA Hit INJMCTION > BTIMATU JPhOM ;

managed to get
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By JOE: RQCBLCR: home bouncing out Into a force
Associated Press Sports Writer play but McCarver settled the
Checklist ST. LOUIS (AP) For the McCarver's Homer issue with a 3-2 clout Into the
first time since the start of hostilities right-field stands.

the SL,Louis Cardinals "I'd' have to say things look

By KELSO STURGEON the man who engineered 10th found themselves World Series better now" said Keans in what

'" Associated Press Sports WriterSteve ranked Florida State to its unbelievable favorites over the New 1 York Wins Fifth Game could be the understatement of

Tout Charlie Casey 4M victory over then Yankees today.Oddsmakers. the Series "We go tack to our
: and BUI JUcbbour,. who play fifth-nuked Kentucky made the highflying own park with a game lead."
their college football In the land Redbids a strong M
Casey a Moot194pound McCarver who had aim hit a
of sunshine and orange Juke, Junior end from Atlanta and choice following their $-:1 I veteran Curt Simmons primed In contrast the Yankees' home run ta the Cardinals' pennant -

, top the South' All-America RJchbourg, a 1-foot lltpound triumph Monday that gave than 1 for his return engagement with defensive play as in the first clincher last Sunday acknowledged
checklist this week. senior guard from Pensacola a M edge In the bestofeeveiSeries. I young Jim Bouton of the Van- four games, was sloppy and this one "was the

Tens, a O-toot-5 senior quarterback Fla., beaded the list of linemenfor keen uncertain. New York was guilty biggest one of my life althoughall
from Cincinnati was !their efforts la Florida's Everything .appears to tx! Javier! May Play of Its sixth and seventh errors of I wanted was a little singleor

t." 30-14 upset of Mississippi.When stacked ta favor of the Cards'I/{ Third, Cardinal Manager the Series. An error by catcher a fly ball to the outfield."
the season started, Ten- First (hey will be back home I Johnny Keane thmks there la a Ellle Howard on an Interferenceplay "The homer win have a good

sl-a two-year regular at Florida for the sixth game Wednesd 1' strong possibility that Julian helped the Cards fill the effect on Timmy," said Kean.
Statewas told he would after taking two out of three !bI I Javier the convalescing second bases in the first Inning "And It probably will have.

r have to earn the starting quarterback New York. baseman will be.ready to make I Stottlemyre was betrayed something to do with my fu,
Job and that he was nol Second, their pitching, thanto lei I his first start again In the fifth This time he ture."
going to get in on seniority ALABAMA. STAR JOE NAMATH today's respite because Finally the Cards have won couldn't escape. After pitcher Keane obviously was refer
alone .Tide mar lose him Indefinitely travel to ta Up-top shape with aU four fun-length World Seriesin Bob Gibson had singled with one ring to his relations with the

Pays Off which they have participated. out Curt Flood hit a double playa ,club's front office. He bad been

This put the giant bullet- They defeated the 'Yankees I ball directly at Bobby RIch- offered a new contract the last

armed passer to work and it seven games In If*; the Philadelphia .. ardson. The usually dependable week of the season after speculations :
paid off Saturday as he completed Injured Athletics ta 1131. the I second baseman bobbled thethe that he would be fired. ,
aIDe of IS passes for MB Detroit Tiger In MM and I ball and all hands were safe. A He begged off discussing next'year's
yards and three touchdown Boston Red Sox ta UM. single by Lou Brock and a force pact until after the Se'

\ against the stunned Wildcats Should Die Cardinals lose the play, that would have been a rhea

For this performance Tend received sixth game they will still have double play were It not for
t more votes than anyone Out the home edge In the finale with shortstop Phil LJnx' poor relay *
in the South this week.' Indefinitely ace Bob Gibson a strong possillity resulted In a M Cardinal lead

Casey also bad a field day. > to make his third start In Gibson beaten In the second NEW YORK (AP) -The box;

I'. catching amen papa far 121 the Series Whltey Ford currently game had a shutout going Into score of the fifth game of the :
I ylfdl--aDd' touchdowns ay THK Asnoa1w! PRESS-announced mat namaui would' lerback, coaches said. nursing a tender right the'ninth But Groat bobbled, IW4 World Series:

I Uchbourg was a terror on defense AI.bunlallllOl the bad news,be lost to his undefeated Crimson Elsewhere winless Tulane Mel, would be Gibson's probable Mickey Mantle's grounder and, SL Leek (N) AB R HB10A\
and spent Just about as bout Alabama quarterback Joe Tide indefinitely Bryan held an hour and a half work. opponent. after two out one of which was Flood cf tll.I.'

much time in the Ole Miss. backfield Namath Monday night then said the spectacular quarterback out with emphasis on passing The closeness of the Series Gibson's' llth strikeout' Trtlb Brock If I 0 2 I I 1
u did any Rebel back tied down to bear from Auburn would miss the Tennessee and kicking preparation for fails to tell by how wide a slammed his dramatic game- White b t.017.

Backs who trailed Tens bout the state's other superstar game and maybe several more. Mississippi "I don't know gin the Cardinals have 11I..1. tying homer that sent the crowd .K.Boyer3b to 1',1

closely ta the balloting were quarterback Jimmy Sidle. "This Is. of course a blow to what's been the matter" sail played the Yankees ta the of IUD Into a freniy. Groat ssMcCarver t I I 0 2 I

Tc.c., Oct. 13. 1f.4 p.. Bruce Fischer of Georgia Tech Alabama Coach Paul Bryant our team" said Bryant "bu Coach Tommy.O'Boyle' "but J five games. The Yankees bold a Yankee pitcher walked Bill e I I 3 I 13 1
and Marcus Rbodea of Mississippi we hope that the squad will know Mississippi to potentially slight edge hi overall batting White to open the Inning. Ken Shannon 0 1 0 0 I 5

State. Fischer's pin-point accept the challenge it presentsand the most explosive team we but the Cards lead In everything I Boyer. ordered to sacrifice. MaxvlU) 2b 101'1 .
passing led Tech past Navy. go out and do the Job." will face all season.' else They have outrun, outfield.1 bunted to the right of the Gibson p 41151Tetale 1

FSU' while Rbodea a './ second Bryant said his fine fullback Changes Due ed, outpllched and outmaneu- mound. Mlkkelsen neglected to 0051301
Ranks sprinter ta the 101-yard dash of last year Mike Fraochla had la turn Mississippi Coach vend the Yankees field the ball and It went for a New York (A) AI R M BIO A

scored two touchdowns to pace the same type Injury and never Johnny Vsught said ball bate Aa Example single. Llns as $50013Richardaon

10th in APStandings Slater Tulane. fully recovered. "A knee Injury several lineup changes for the Monday's game, won In 10 The sacrifice play was still on : Ib S 0 3 0 0 I
ranking Ugh on something :you Just can't tell game with Tulane "But youl Innings by the Cardinals on with Groat at bat but Dick Marls cf 1" 0 0 3 1

the list .this week were Steve about" basalt. have to go to the game to find catcher: Timmy McCarvtr's missed tilt bunt attempt and MlnUuf If..lf
Dekmg of Tennessee Paul TWO IajmesBut out what they are." three-run homer was a typical White was trapped off sacon Howard c I 0 0 0 0 .
Crane of Alabama Jack: Cardof as Important as NamathIs Louisiana State's nlnth-ranket sample. Too Cardinals except Howard fired to the bag but .Pepltonelbrreshlf 401St 1
Florida, Avery Sumner of to Alabama there's even for shortstop Dick Croat's error White turned and dashed toward 11111.e.Boyer
THE worked out ta
Florida State and BIO Curry more concern at Auburn about ta the ninth which. paved the third sliding In safely when )b I' 0 $
That blur that flew past the clothes on the first day of peartics -
other teams ta The Associated and Billy Schroer of Georgia Sidle, who suffered a dislocated for Kentucky Coach way for Tommy Trtsh's game- Pedro Gonzales failed to hang bBlanchardionsaln I' I 0 0 0
Press' college football this Tech. 'left shoulder against Chattanooga Charles McClendon alternated tying homer sparkled In the I on to Phil UN' low throw. I 3b I' I 0 1 1tottlemyre
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week was Illinois but the flight unite on brief offense
Rounding out the lilt of backs I Bryant has capable Steve eLope 110111Renilf
WM a bumpy one and worse and defense drills
I wore Steve Spurrier and Tom Sloan who led the Tide over 0 0 1 .001MlkUllen
\ than that It was ta the wrong' Mississippi State held a light I p
I direction. Shannon of Florida, Fred Belet- Mississippi! In the Sugar Bowl drill with Coach Paul Davis; McCarver Elated p 0 0 0 0 I 0
nOuff of Florida State Joe Labrusso last year when Namalh was dHegsn 150511
j 11 : The mini ranked No. I ta last and Doug Moreau of Louisiana missing, to fill In at quarterback warning the Bulldogs they will I i I Totals Ml I IMIIa
' have to better than
week's AP poll of sports writers State and Harman Bran- Speaks TonightDutch but Auburn has only untested play they
, did In the victory over Tulan: Reached first
.and broadcasters took en nan of Southern Mississippi. sophomores at quarterback Over ginning Hit on Cllcb 'l
to Southern nterference.
Schulenberger, whip Mississippi
fourth-ranked I Ohio State last Other linemen singled out If Sidle can't go again
\1 Saturday and came out on. the were Dick Lemty of Vanderbflt, Miaaal humorist and laauranceman Georgia Tech this Saturday. Saturday I b Popped out for C. Boyer tath.
Senior end Jim Komara 01 f
\\i .short end of a "score. Pat Watson of Mississippi l State win apeak I After hearing an X-ray report, By TOM PENDCRGASTAssariatod games to two
V. The impressive victory Leon V It r Ie,. of Tulane, to the Gainesville Quar- tiger trainer Kenny Howard Kentucky who hasn't seen action Press Sparta Writer, "It also will have Its effect on e Struck out for Itotllemyre
I ;moved the Buckeyes Into theII Charles Simmons of LSU Doug said that If Sidle has no pain this season due to a knee NEW YORK (AP) Conv him a good effect" said Car- 1117111.
1 No. 2 slot and dropped Illinois Satcber of Southern Mississippi lerback tonight. with the Injury he will play, but' Injury suffered a shoulder separation pared with winning (he pennant, dlnal Manager Johnny Keen d -Struck out for Mlkkelsen ta
:right out of the Top Ten. But Doug Woodtlef and Bob Tina The program atarta at said this might not be known In drills Monday. He reportedly Tim McCarver said the thrill of "And It probably win have lath.'

,the hunt slide off the poll wasn't more of'' Memphis State and ':30p.m.attheGoifandCountry until gametlme Saturday. U he Is out for the season his winning three-run homer In something to do with my future SL Louis (NI) ON OM UN l-l

II :a lonely one. Kentucky and Barry Brown of Florida.Gators.. Club.Eye playa Sidle will not play quar- Vela Oa DefeaseTennessee the 10th! Inning of Monday's too," he Tinned./ New York (A onOMOtto-I
Michigan State both thumped held Its longest World Series game was like Yogi Bern, the Yankee manager (lOlaataga)

'on Saturday. ,, also dipped out of I DUPREE FEIBER LIMPING I Monday workout of the season' choosing between 19,000 and a was looking at It another B Howard, B. Richardson.. j
stressing defense In Groat DP
. .... 'sight. pats preparation new car. way after the fame. Maxvifl. Gnat
t:. Texas continued to' top the for Alabama, and at the But. "without a doubt," It was He said a successful sacrifice I and White: Una, B, Rlchardsoa

:poll with 30 tint-place votes of time, Joe Namath. Coach Doug his biggest hit ever. bunt attempt by Cardinal shortstop and Pepltone. LOB -Jt Louis
, the 40 ballots cast and JW I Dickey was looking for a re- I Maybe It'. a bigger thrill tome Dick Groat possibly could i (IN) I, New York (A) 7. HR -

I(points. Ohio Slate had aevenflnt placement. for starting offensive than winning the pennant" have helped the Yankees out of I Tresh McCsrver.: IB =;. White.

place ballots and 344 By JOE HALBERfTEW meaL tween Ole Miss and Alsbsma center Bert Ackermaim, sidelined said the Joke-making catcher the fateful 10th and kept Me. IP H .U
with broken for the St. Louis Cardinals aiblOl'l'
arm. (W) ,10 111lottlemyre
poInt. In the voting which .. ... Carver from hitting
UW The Gamecocks. win put "We can't afford a complete how liD
"But can It's like
Vanderbilt held full
a speed you I I
awards 10 for first 0 for 'If there was a base .
points How does open
a team about 71.3
go : a tint line on the field
every he said
letdown who asking which you'd rather have Renlff
second: etc.United getting ready to play bit scrimmage giving players said Berra. "I would have put I 0 I
( Pressinternationalranked with an 441 record? someone not as big as. Mississippi bu TIll Gators had only a light got little playing time Saturday tsooo or a Cadllllac.", him (McCarver) on. If Great IkkelseaL( ) IU I I I
aa coach drill Monday but will return to I full workout Coach Jack McCarver'a blast ta the 10th had bunted that would've
Florida No. I ta Its givenus
wet. tt'a not all but Gator Ray Graves figures BB Gibson S (Mantle,
easy Inning the Cardinals a M
full-ecale preparation far the Green called It an "effective gave an to walk McCar
with FSU Urn. excuse
poll today South Carolina quarterback thto Is the week for South Homecoming battle today. racllce." victory ever the New York Yankees Tresh), Stotllemyre I (Flood,
The Dunkel system, based on Danny Beeves baa rat aapassed d Carolina to be up. They tied [ and a Series lead of three ver. Groat. ), Mlkkelsen 1 (White).
the crowd of stressed The Yankees had tied (he
margin of" victory over :opponents lost to Although 47,003 Georgia offense more
Duke slid
through Duke Maryland,
Warp SO Glbeaa II (Llaa 2 C.
listed the Scmtaolee for the Rebels was below capacity than usual In a brief workout score Jolill the toil of the ninth
tend and Nebraska. for Georgia, lost to Nebraska. And
Ticket Boyer t, SloUlerayre, Manila S.
Homecoming seeking both a to Florida on Tom TrsstTs righWIeld bom.er
No. 1 In the nation) way
5(1 smal aecompBsb- lilt Cornbuskers are ta the a.don's record
yards no ........ Howard I. Trash
off Gibson
ed who pitchedscoreless
Y (Florida drew voles and U list to produce eaa State's strong offense and a
placed among the top 31 ta top turnout of 41,500 or more. method of scoring against them Remain For bed for III Innings Lopes, Hogan), Itotttemyre I
It also to
the Associated Press roll). Colts Smash that tile Gamecocks't Interesting I la to with note Some tickets still remain In Saturday. "Defensively well be Gator Games H. hit i fut ban down the DIldo <(
TIll Top' Tea, with flrsHitocavotes Georgia proceeded the Balldogs' !the end zoos areas. They' may II trying to solve the most expfcv die.Keane I
r -
ta parentheses; and total 47-27 win aver damson by a I be purchased at he UT athletic ive offense we have seen" said Although ticket: ... are moving bowed his/ head whell1'rtt1l'1 (Shannon, Glbsoa), HIP -By

potato: Cards, larger margin. tbaa Georgia : department ticket office. Coach Vince Dooley. I at a brisk .pace for the Uni- ball went Into the I.Ibsoa. (.Howard. ... .
LTexaa (a)' irs AP vanity of Florida, ao 0 tfeotball 1:lands and when the right- I Uv.. omiu (if loafs, A.
BALTIMORE ( Rich- Tech
which has beaten
1 everything handed Gibson returned after Smith ( first base
have I) leery ( )
I 3. Onto State (7) 144S. ardent made aa error, bat Mdidn't ta sight to date. games yet
Club tilt final put (ha Cardinal man.aier second base
Alabama ((2) 117 help the Cards Lone Gator casualty to team Parachute Youth GridLeaguel cached the ... out" stage.Theft MeXUay (A)
said: third ...
Burkhart N
the word from Florida ( leftfield
, 4. Notre' Darned) 1p The Cards from SiLoaU captata Larry. .,.. He's ail-
Open assistant saletto director Parmmmmjt "Don't worry. We've been a Soar (A) right field. T2:37. -
a. Michigan but of the football variety -tag from son .. Injured Seta Training scrapping team all year .and.we : A -tI.IU.
t1. Nebraska 141i and Richardson was WINe Ma aid sprained. rankle. with the The Gainesville Recreation q Mare can scrip back again.He .".
i 7. Syracasa Rlchardsoa of the Baltimore tatter the mate ... Dupree to The North Florida Jump Club Department youth tackle loot- The Gators bare borne games was right-' .

I", Arkansas H Colts. miscue. mattered ttds expected back to practiceWednesday. win hold a ground training ball leagues, Midget and Junior remaining against South Caro Gibson and McCsrver: were Vott HarlonBURNS
a. Loolstana State M since his teem already bad the Fallback' John course Sunday at Kirby Smith swing into action t today and lina. Oct I' llamiet e DI i II g), laughing" and bugging each other

t fli. Florida StateRawls II game safely tucked away. Tether also has a touchy ss. School, according to club director Thursday afternoons Auburn Oct. J, Georgia I ta after the game ta the R
mptO-l Jacksonville "... 7 and Miami
The 47-27 Colt victory before a lie hurt ta practice yesterday Ran Hunt, tively.la Louis dressing room.ta .
la High record Memorial Stadium Graves, still savoring the brfl- Midget League Play at IIS; N... 30.According. I I I.. Glbsoa fanned 11
crowd of OU11 Monday night heat win over Mississippi I Hunt will go over safety precautions p.m. t today at City Park. PI to Beard, here to men-tacludliig tha. dangerousMickey

With 548 Set gave Baltimore sole .posssssloaof said midget used linebacker : (parachuting this Kappa Alpha (ace City Park bow the ticket situation new Mantle twit He !had
I Arendol 'Rawb. of'Adveat. first ptaceta neWesteraCoaferaaea Jack Card aide alee todividual week and that have a Jumpthe Team No. I en Field I. Sigma stands: /held the Yankees scoreless. and .

r .Christian Charch: led .the GatasavflleClssrchLeagwalPalai- of Iha National tackles and six. assists. following week. Nti meets City Park Team NoI South Carolina. Oct 17 Remaking limited meai to only four hits AUJLOMDACOVMHOR

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am. tate ta with Cleveland: Thursday afternoon .t.:IS' Auban Oct SI Rtmatotog die "
Henry R.. .. AdveatChristiaa a .Jackass helped! the la terlerBaacoatrol Hunt at n-am' w r-ooan. I happiest aim to Iha world.
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had U. James Wets.
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Gainesville Sun Tuesday. October u. 1964

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Back of Week
I Invincibles Fall y Jti _' t ; ;"i'O' .. \ -

I i.J.; d He wears number '1. on', his tacked on 71 more through the
: 4. ) "' Jersey he's the number one air.
I To Corbin & Co. .. ...
'd quarterback for Gainesville's
., "''\, r' f kdahl personally accountedfor
Purple Hurricanes and this '14 yards of that and was
t week he's the number one back- the sole arm behind GHS' 78

j North'Murlon'i Colts looked like the areas'i Invincible ". field grlddtr in/he Sun's. weekly -[yards passing The Junior signal

during the first three weeks of the football KISOO 'II back award caller barely edged teammate
They need to three straight! win In I most Impressive .. r YXxI Front and center Jackie !ek- AI Griffen and p, K. Yonge
I manner and gave no signs of weakening. The backs ran dahl. Tom Hansen for this week bon.
bard the linemen tackled viciously and an unbeaten season Eckdahl's performance I las t or.
'I of fans I Friday night leading the underdog Gift 'tbe number
I was In the minds many en was two
But the end came swiftly and furiously this put Friday 'rft. amn 'Canes to a J brilliant 32-19 ground gainer for GHS and went

Bight when Cross City came calling at the Colts' new Ileld. upset over',Tallahassee\ Leon in for one score. Eckdahl bow-
a which Is located somewhere between Lowell and Sparr. not only earned him Back-of- aver, passed for one touchdownand
Tie' Bean sent fullback Bandy Corbra smashing through : : 'F the-Week but it was apparent scored on two other occasions.
j 4 the line on 30 occasions, sometimes three or four in a row. even to the fans Eckdahl deserve Hansen ran for 192
, ,1 Be tareled Us. ...-..... frame tot te yard n..... sad i;); ed special recognition followingthe yards and three t touchd w a s
i I ':, two of time three touchdowns as Cress City grabbed Its M14victory. ,","" ::: contest agslnsht Bolles of Jacksonville
175-pound J Junior was
Bryan who
was on
I :I.' : The win gave the Bears a record of three wins no losses hoisted onto the shoulders of admiring receiving end of Eckdahlstouchdown
.> and one tie. fans ss the final whistle
( And this ii a team that almost hung up Its equipment and ,.. [blew and carried off the field for this week's toss also\ rated' high
'" spotlight with
'I bypassed the season. n-
And a look at the statistics
touchdowns to his credit.
'; Believe) it or 1\Ot. but In preseason practice, Cross City .. ___.._ \ ,*' ? "i1 '''syyj win show the versatile quarterback With the Injury of senior safe.lyman .
That left only one
dwindled of 12
to a meager squad players
,/0 earned the ride to the Chris
> Johnson Eckdahlhas
to hold down the bench. :'
r (" been called upon to double
io' The 'Canes, against the tth ,as the deep man on the "Cane
ranked Leon, 'moved the ban defense Leon with quarterback
:.;Took a'Vote t 254 yards on the ground end Chuck Esson doing the lobbing,

.. picked up only U yards through
So Coach Al Parrls went Into a huddle and decided something the air last Friday night

.: had to be done He called a meeting of the student Seminoles Other area backs on the
body to vote on whether to compete this season or call it off. Level Soccer checklist for this week's award
'. The students voted to continue, so Pants went to work with High Pace
\ Step, Up Ray Dukes: Lake Butter
his back to the wan. He built his squad to 11 players com Bobo Griffith Whilst
pared to the usual number of M or 27. Players collide Is aid-air an they make play for ball over their head in Olympic soccer action between on ;
Randy Corbin Cross RoweU
Practice City, -
I:1 But the teen morale makes ep for the shortage In, per.sonael the United Arab Republic and Brasil la Tokyo today. Players in air are Amine Elianawl of the U.A.IIL, left, Of Lancaster Trenton, and Mac

'1 ,; according to Parrls and Robert LopM Miranda of Brazil. The game ended In a 14 tie. (AP Wlrephoto via cable from Tokyo) TALLAHASSEE AP 'Crawford, Santa Fe.
> He explained the win over North Marlon like this: "Our ( )- oach
'r kids just got up for the bell game on Monday and were up GRAEF SMASHES WORLD MARK Bill Peterson called a hard
aQ week. They had it In their minds that they could win" workout today In tuning up the
1 Parrls was impressed with the way the Bears came back SemInole, football machine to

I t after being down by 14 points In the first period. "We came meet Georgia at Athens' Saturday

I : back and scored In the second quarter and Just got strongeras U. S. 1-2-3 in BackstrokeBy 1 afternoon '
: the night went on," he said, "In fact If we still had been Following' \ ,his, usual custom,
,> playing Sunday morning we would have won," the coach ran the players In
\' swest, Clothes: Monday ,to let
., TED nan five silver and three bronse men's 100-meter freestyle finals! 'time when taken to hundredths them loosen up after,their 4M

; ...Corbin, Brings SmilesPsrrls Associated Press Sports CdUer Graef a lanky Moot32.. and asked that Gary Oman ol of a second ,but'Klein was upset, of highly, ranked .Kentucky -
r 'i TOKYO (AP) Towering Jed [year-old from Verona. N.J., San Jose, Calif., be advanced to[ahead when carried to "three ,, .. I
when he talks about Corbin, his breadendj tie far third end share the
\ smiles a
: Grief a n-year-old Princeton trimmed six-tenths of a second .
l places. The swimming Judges But he called ..ror'ptda
i offense "We have to run him a little more bronze medal
butter ,
man on student smashed the world off the old world mark of 210: contact work "
4 than w. want to, but we don't' have any choice Pans aeid. record with a J19: .3 effort Tues set by America's Tom Stock In But Dr. Max Bitter, president voted 44 for a tie at the time, today. ,
,,,1 'I Corbin has heeded the frequent calls for M amazing total day and led an American 1-M 1N2. of the International Swimming but the swimminf federation ,Injuries from the weekend
J of BIt rushing d11n the first four games He piled up INj sweep of medals lathe, men's Dilley also was under the old Federation rejected the requestand decided against the tie, i game wary practically nil. Linebacker -
: against Greenville, 1M against strong WlDlston N ,,. the backstroke\ championship stood by an electronic liming The U.s. basketball 'Dick Herman, the team "TRY,
200 miter :mark with a time of J10J, team,
I Iunbe.teIIln leader la tackles with ZI
and 140 In the North Marion clash. -
Lake City B squad more
Genus. device that Germa
In the Olympic losing to Greet In caught
time ban sb by fingernail Olympic play since I and II assists, received a KING
3 Psrrls was quick to ten that Us see ran easy Hsns-Joachln Klein In a ,
a : \ of Huntington a photo finish Bennett
tunes against the Lake City B team and sat lit the last half Garry DUley was few thousandths of a second UM, scored: its third straight.nit hand In the Kentucky game .DWARD"At'
Ind.wasiecondandBobBen. caught, in 2:13.1.Praise victory of the Tokyo Games 604J 1 But It stkhed and he
also out that halfbacks Robert Ousley and Jerry was up remained -
pointed faster than Ilman In the
f thirdIn Monday
Calif ,
4 Xsrr are Important In the Bear backfield.r nett of Long Beach Tramphs finals over Peru, even though I in the game. trove s."""',can
r "Our halfbacks are excellent blockers," he said We useOusley the American sweep thatpushed Moments earlier, Australia's Coach Henry Iba said the pres-
J. the Yankee harvest of tell, strapping Dawn Fraser Both Klein and Ilman were of the
tremendous jsure 41-gsme
at sometimes, and he does a winning
I' medals to 10-two gold, timed In MO seconds In the "
Olympic won an unprecedented third string was becoming an awful t' '
Job of clearing the way for Corbin.:
,'fie. .. gold medal In the women's 100- event usually decided by tenthsof load to carry" ) UEIB
meter freestyle in Games seconds. They had the same

:'! Two Big Passes Rattlers time of MI seconds. Harmer Three of American Philadelphia girls, Ginny Nina ,..,..a

I n. \ Sharon Stouder of Glendors, Miami Gets Duenkel of West Cringe, N.J.,I for,suursd, Jt'.
the other end of two big plays l from
Kirr was on pass Calif, was second: and becamethe and Cathy Ferguson of
t quarterback Lewis Overstreet Two plays that carried a lot of Now ThirdIn only other woman In the ley' CsW; advanced to .w..r-I.'. ... eSSO CIII"
( weight according to North Marlon Coach Stan Tools. world to break the minute barrier Two Injured nals ol the women's lOO Berk.1 emhrtr ''Hot and
, "Those two;long'passes' really hurt,"'aald Tools as he Poll in the event. The 13-vear- backstroke, each order Economical.Aetoilitie .

showed disappointment In his pass defense Grid old girl was timed In 51.. Players Back heat Miss Ferguson's )time was'
i Tie Cell mentor also said twe starters net wen hobbled Kathy Ellis of Indianapolisadded the fasteet,1:00,2.: '
last week probably will be eatof, action" Thursday anightagalast By THB ASSOCIATED PRESS a bronze medal to the MIAMI (AP-Fullback Pete I The men's 400-meter freestyle. I /. Oil Deliveries
Newberry. Sometimes winning Just lent growing US collection with a Banaaak and halfback Russell I
relay team also advanced on the -'es.urei'es'empti'iupply .t ell limes'
'i Halfback Robert Stone has a badly bruised leg, and center good enough In the competitive time of 1008 Smith are expected to return to I strength of a Games record I,
Jim Huff la. suffering from a fractured bone bi a foot. business of football polls The only other gold medal
I I'' the Miami football squad in performance in the heats,The / Burner Service
The Cross City students' decision to continue football this Take The Associated Press'' awarded on the third day of the good physical condition this team of Steve Clark of Los Altos Watchdog

\ season has turned out to be a gold-plated one. But don'task small-college poll for example Olympic' Games went to Poland week but they haven't been Calif;' Larry Schulhof -keeps your burner 'In TOP-NOTCH. thepo showy,
I certain group of Colts about that' Louisiana Tech was sixth a s Waledmar Bastanowskl, guaranteed sterling positions Muncie, Ind: Mike Austin jot .

week ago before' winning Its who won the lightweight class 111welh&.ltftInJ Coach Charlie Tate used his Rochester. N.Y.; and Ilman had GEORGE E. DAVIS JR.
,. .CHS in High Gear fourth game of t the season M with a total hoist sophomore backfield Mondayand the fastest time of the qualifications ,
Louisiana I of Ml.4 pounds a world record COMMISSION AGENT
against Southwest said he Intended 1311: Since the event Is '
Gainesville High finally\ shifted Into high gear last Friday That close score: upset the selectors The 'United! States was the presentSmith on changesfor new to the Olympics,.the time 203 N.W. 33rd St. 372-3383
night and turned In a remarkable performance. enough and"I' a result t:[blanked in tnie event while went Into the books as a record.!
" Coach Jim Nlblack's troops got everything going at onetime Tech resides three notches low. Russia's Vladimir Kaplunov Ind Banasnk once = .
powerful Tallahassee I on thiswlek' I won the sliver medal with the 'considered the hope of Miami's
In their exciting 31-11 victory over er. In the No. spot,
Leon.' poD.J'IarIda same weight. His second place ground attack, have been both
Quarterback: Jackie Eckdahl: and halfbacks AI Galen and AM apparently knew, five Russia four medals-two ered with kg Injuries and played
Leon defense gold one silver and one bronse I little so tar; Banaszak was
will the touted
Brian hip moved at that winning wasn't enough to I FALL
that had been scored on only once In three games, the panel of sports writers ,- UJ. Sweeps going almost full speed Mondayand
I I I Cckdakl raced for M yards M ...-..... keeper plays, please and broadcasters You havs,: The American sweep of the Russell Smith was placing I muoxii: i1
Qlffm smash fern and BJpt scooted far 11 The Rattlers rolled outstanding effort highlighted a full tilt. .
Their performances make the Gill future look bright to win big Central i day in which the United States The all sophomore backfieldof II
It was Interesting to see a cheering section composed of Stale up a M-ll and score climbed: against from fifth put together a strong possibilityof 'I Bob Biletnikoff Fred Cassidy SPECIALI

Lincoln High students rooting the Hurricanes on against Leon. No. 1 a sweep In springboard t diving : Don Clancy and Bob Don I i
I! After the game the Negro students rushed onto the field place to wasn't enough advanced a maximum I ke performed creditably In the I
t and carried off Eckdahl: on their shoulders Niblack also was But a big score three .swimmers two separate California gameVote i
State past
to move San Diego )
events and lost another argument '
repeatedly congratulated by the happy group.
Wittenberg Into the top spotThe at the conference table-
) Antes ripped Long Beech Navy U Frank Gorman of' HaydonBURNS :
Slate 454, but remained No. tbehind Queens Village NYled the

Area Grid Teams i Wittenberg which. divers after seven events with \
.1 aquoeaed past Akron 74. INN points, followed in order
,The Top Ten. with by Larry Andreason of Los
rotes In parentheses and Alamltoa, Calif- with 101.SI and

Resume Practice points: Ken Sltsberger of River Forest
1 1. Wittenberg ((0)) 121 m.. with ..... The finale wilt beheld l
2. San Diego State ((3)) Wednesday ALL-FLORIDA

1 Florida A4M TJ Dr. Harold Hennlng, USIswtmmmg .
the Branford. Jim Daniel workedthe
Disbelief still pervaded GOVERNOR
': North Marina practice session Tigers briefly\ Monday aodl 4. Lamar Tech ((1) 17 team manager, formally
,'i I. Prairie View requested\ a reconsideraIlion : rw u.
Monday following\ last Friday will settle down I today with con V
I 1 Delaware 1 I of the final lacing In the
night's Joss to Cross City But tact work for Thursday's match I 7. Susquehanna m
the Bears st DUe Ceualj with areenvOle. Abilene :D
\I High took their win In stride "We realise Greenville hasnt 5. Tech 25

. .. ,.and .BOW are concentrating an shown too much to date II.t Texas Louisiana AM 21 -CHAIN LINK=_
.'arch rival Chlefland tat our boys will continue to front
;: Repack
I"}' Chle and, hading In the keep the momentum going hbelevn chances u It drilled hard Monday I

:Southern., Division of the Suwan.1 ." Daniel said in refereed for Branson.Hawthorne HURRICANE wheel bearings 5
'. nee Conference race almost\ to this week's game.In enjoying aa open
:5".blow Its Homecoming to under- the Riverland Conference I date tall week, downed Broe .1

fr: .: Mans worked bard Monday' for tight bold for first place n the are tbe Eagles will be on the rebound
1. for the vacate Sharks F safety $59 -
= :the an Important game Taurs-l coafereoc but la net taking any tiAad

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:T.rigM combination for Its past caster toe-in
::-:;-tag urne. The Bears on the ,
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set to .host IfawWry. TreDNewllerry- Wre not ours Bat we de know his .... yea .... 9 FRH MfOffflMviiMI V 1aH..... Take your car wharf the axparta are

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!J. DEAR ABBY i M A RE RiI R eh In D ,bu[ c TAY., IL JusT pUT COk1N THAT 9T+ t HAS AU.lilt+ M/C/ 5 OF\I
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DEAR ABBY: My husband IB a very good provider but ha side He's the bost-unless .1 course, she has come. up with ERCERTAINTSWRT'Wh'OEVER .-' -----b! ITS ?" '/MAtRLosr
has made money his god. He thinks he can do no wrong as the tickets. THIS DIRECT BROAD-1 AVAILABLE- I c R/hGOmE4t/r SZ rr&****' .AMY MOST' w4
/ long as he isn't taking the bread out of his family's mouth.I err CAST FROM THE (J CLOSER TO SNsnLL LOSE 1 S A ; ,0v tfrr OIrLGOI/S
caught him with another woman and he said "So what? DEAR ABBY: I notice that you, too, have heard from "IN ( NEBBISH DESERT | 1 HOMt.DEAR.7J MOST PRECIOUS t i / ,? _';,,.r .- POSSESS/f7W.r
I've never spent a dollar on her. She pays for everything!" LOVE" who says she Is In love with her doctor. She states :z ISTHRJU.ING1' ASSESS/QN. ": ,pis I-/'V zGEENJ

I I When he drinks he thinks It is all right because he has an that her doctor has no feelings for her. and she Is right! I == z
t expense account and can drink on company money. He has am her doctor. Please tell "IN LOVE" to quit sending me
I : never denied me anything I wanted I will say that for him. birthday cards, and other messages, which she addresses to <
But I wish I could get it through his head that I would rather me at one of the hospitals where I visit. I have no mall w.YO .
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I I .. BIG SHOT'S WIFE to my home or office. I have one heck of a time explainingthat
DEAR WITEt Since he has never denied you anything, ask It is from "one of those nuts." (Anyway how did she
him for MM more personal faver. Ask bin. to lay Ml S2S an learn my birth date?) In short I don't want any null I haveto

.. boor for an explanation el way be thinks a fat bank account worry about. Sign me,
.. boys bin immunity from decent behavior. In this way his. EMBARRASSED IN CINCINNATI -

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.. DEAR ABBY: How can you tell someone that he eats likeIt = THEN COME4NDERMY TO LORIETTY--
DEAR ABBY: When a fellow asks a girl for a date. Is it Is his last meal on earth? Abby, I am so embarrassed when E SAYS LORETTy TO ME- MAN SNUFFY SAYS I5AV5
all right for the girl to ask him where they are going? Also we have company or when we are Invited to someone's house SHE # '
when a girl and her date go to different schools and their for a meal. The noise that la made by that man when he la = I
schools play each other In basketball or football whose side chewing and swallowing Just terrible. He sounds like an w' 9t If

.. do they sit on? Please put your answer !In the paper as I am animal. I can't toll him because he is my father.
having a big argument with somebody over the an werl. EMBARRASSEDDEAR
0.0. EMBARRASSED: Yei are right Yon can't. But
DEAR 0. O.i Yet, it is proper for a girl to ask the boy your mother elL Why don't yea ten her to tell bin? It Is a
when they art going. Hew else would aba know whether to perfectly legitimate complaintS :
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W Dear Heloise: Ladles, I borrowed a pair its I. my blue llnlth. .! cwiWu'l era can be deadly (ladies always W 0 I OiONTmi z pONT ilvs Ma EICUSEi; 1 kM
. little tad tried try it. but I. sure sounds restonablel tie these knot COLILDr17 00 5T YaU+R TOOTwaRtil
f Hen la a time and moneySaving ptoslle pants bags In a i SSt sear BKu(4 VOU< ANO lotus TwsI.AA A GoDD j
.M blot for mothers whose Ih L when putting them In your garbage -L 1. TUTU A/TM: you ATI !wu '+Itib t40W!
\ babtoa are still In diapers and The peals dry beautifully Ia'I .HELOISE and always keep them out t
," who dt not have a clothes dry about 20 mantis They come of the reach of children-Hel-.i=-
.' .ot alee sad soft aM warm so LETTER: O LAUGHTER olse. but they can also be a'',,

j never hang my babies' plea- that you east pat them back oa Dear HeloUe. boon to homemaking ,II
/ S I tie pants outdoors where they that Uttto baby When you bite Into an apple I wrap things in these bags J-
{ 1 will harden and crack. Neither Another thing I bus Is thatIf bile Into the top half (int. next for storage and seal with tape. |5-

L dos f wait hours for them to you tin the cap spites dowa'Dear HeloUe: They are Ideal for storing'blankets I

JT eVr as the DOUM. aad put ft over the pair ef pasta I to the stem The apple will and out of season':'...
I :AAa I remove the pants from ,which lave been placed oa aid 1 break out easily because this U!clothes |Is..
; towel, they win dry eveefaster I the way It grows from the blonlum. -I) The
:r fjkt waahlng machine I wrap transparency of the pla-j_
L'Oj0 kt a bath towel so It will sad M_. The "...Ia. I i tic makes things easy to find in
: I aaaoit a* much excess moisture '... the esees UMlsture. i iHELOISC Eat the tarp half tint then a dark attic or top of the closet -',,. roar s OwT cc* w awn
the bottom and there will bet we eau.Ao. Toy M ear OR Ins I en, a'.. colwT
and dust "
,% and water u possible. I,: does not ml the gar'irnrnts : ow MANs h wRn.r a+a.' oTAr OUT! ar #
I ttm place the towelwrappol I., very little cure remaining jl I Ia
in the hood ofwtabr I DEAR HELOISE: AL FONDA 'r
fI pants These bug will keep vegetables -; "
> dryer and act It at Rough spots on gun barrels' ) fresh I '
..... heat (never use hot I w other metal parts have Here are a few of my hints: f I tated salad even ahead wrap of time upsmy :
'. MIt). ISlo. >> minutes the I tars posed a problem! as toI As a dccora'wn I put amail. ,howl and all' ".'".

__..... wtll not only be t their removal without Injury plate, ; artificial flowers on hills W. D. BRO'V _
L. h,11Et r atilt Y newt I he: blue finish. It baa been each shower curtain ring. '
I hm ISM sand my hairdryer I round' that this is neatly olvi I Though It'. more expensive,| TIle F winch naturalist- Labllardlrre .;,r

r head Naha In emergen- t by UM of an ordinary typewrit-1 buy heavy duty aJuminlll'lll| while exploring Aui.
del for *}.laf sob things err er or !Ink crater! II I u\ wash It with a soapy cloth 1 raUa In the lath Century. use
dmnp .u.dSthkla, 1Mb)', bVaoduK WALT LAY a tier each use. scald it well : i'r t

a ; j bjkf. andla"g. fun piamU a nd use It ever and over again I Ialn. 11ft m cahrlt i were In bkx-m a' 2 T.4

i ) i)EAR HELOISE: ., .> Run 10'shoot do.a the bk
MAMA BUDGE Since I do net have aay spats Plaite. bags from the c"" sums.

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"'ft WILLISTON -Rain or shine be judged at the.Fair Grounds. [

fine Levy County finWilliston; Mayor Roberts said he hopes

r.t [Scheduled to open the weather will hold long --

Ji;., ifoday.t enough for the parade to go on Dow Jones Stock Averages

Mayor Louia Roberta told the but indicated it may be canceled
v >Sun thJa morning the Fair would in case of heavy rain. Readers' Request Previous Pay | tod Hour (

'open regardless of the weath'er. Miss Rees was to lead the 87757 | 3D Indust ) oft 0.47

H. s/.ld the bathing suit contest parade through downtown Wit- 222.24 20 Basis up 0.82
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for the queen candidates at listen on Noble Avenue to the ... r.e.wvr .e.elrNav, W _., 154.11 I 15 UW. ( up 6.26
Holiday Inn would as scheduled ease. Tw o1..
Fair Grounds. r--=:: STOCK LISTINGSKercei'Wulbera.Murphey
4d even If it had to be moved IIi Iv 31236 | 43 Stocks | up 0.35

Insider Following the parade pets of 4,100,0001 Volume | 3,411,000
I all descriptions were to be judged
k The Mayor said the midwayIs
in readiness at the lair I and prizes presentedMrs. NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Rt)n MeU ._._ .SOb 52x'4 I Data Control ..__.......... 67V NVSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS

grounds and would open this Pat Ftiler, Levy Coun I Rich Herr 1.00 58',I Fulton Inds _, ?,?.,????. 1""%, Cemp. Vol. Close Caaages

afternoon. ty Home Demonstration Agent, R C Cola __... 1.20 21"I Gen Develop ...,.-.....,,m. 44 124.MO Studebaker 7 up Vi
Following the bathing suit will direct the ."Cavalcade of Abbott Lab 2.40 19x. Roy Dutch 1.731 51Searle Jax Mmit Mkts ,..._ 0'% U.400 Erie-Lack $', up H

contest a luncheon was scheduled Cottons" fashion show scheduled Allied Chem 1.10 13' CD _._ .11I sa Mackey Airlines ._._..._ 6H' 57.700 Aleghany Corp 13 up %

at the Holiday Inn where at 4 p.m. Ladles from Hume Amerada pt _._ 2.00 16x1Am Singer ......._._ 200 I8Ii Mead Johnson ..__.._, 16H 56,000 Ford Motor 61% up H
I Ir Demonstration Clubs throughout Singer _._._ 2.00 M", Pac NW Tel. __ 22"%
53,900 Pacific Tin 13 W
I Miss Virginia Rees, 1M3 Levy the county will model the lIe Pow _... Ulb 48'. Smith KIn __. 1.20. II''x4, Philips Rice .._ ....._M-. 43'. 51,300 Autmat Canto 154 up %
County Fair Queen will we dresses. Amer Enk _,_ I.COa la Sou Cal Ed .__ 1.05 35' tlC GrOUP .._____ 3"% up
38,100 Budd Co 15 4 snob
corn UM queen candidates re- ADler Hone __ 1.44. 16'% St 011 Cal __.._ 2.00 III'' Sperry R. Wts. ..__ 6%
I 31,100 60'. off H
"POlUS. photographers, judge Highlight of the day will come a Amer M Fdy __ .11I m. St Oil Ind __ 2.00b 15% Syntex ___._....,.__.. 57V4 Chrysler
37.MO El 40% H
when Weitg
and Fair officials. Miss Rees relinquishesher up
Sterl Drug _. .IS 27'1 Tampa Rice .,.-...., ._,. 27%
: throne Armco SU ..._ UO 72% 37.100 RCA H
I After lunch exhibits were to to Miss Levy County N Texas Vtli ......_ 1.20 1m Tech Measur -...._..._... U\ 34up
l lI Fair for 1964. Atch Topics ...._ 1.20a 33" TWA Wte 294MUTVALFUNDS" 35,900 United Fruit 13 off %"
Textron 1.40 49x4 "
The new queen will be picked Baxter Lab .__., .38 2m''Tidewater ....._ 37 34,000 Tex Gulf Sul 63 off 14

I ; 5 Moreffles] from among 24 of. Levy County's Fair FashionsLevy Beckman In _.. 15": Trans W A 48'. Affiliated Fund _. 1.34 32,900 Penn RR 42 up %
tovliest girls. Master of 32,000 Korvette 394 1%
I Beech LF S 1.10 514 Union Pac ....__ 1.00. 441i Capital Life A Gr ..._.* 1025 up
Of Fla. Canal ceremonies for the event will be ladies modeling the "Cavalcade of Cottons" Bristol My _. .10 17%I Und Air L ."M"'.N'_ I.SOb 53% Divers Growth ........ ...?? 10.30 10,000 Am Tel Tel 60 up %
, ,( Nick Nicholson,, Ocala.The wardrobe under direction of Mrs Pat Feller. Levy UpJohn _._ 1.00 II" Dividend Shares 313
Brown Shoe .._,. 3.40. 107 ACTIVE STOCKS ,
To I queen contest is under the County Home Demonstration Agent at the Fair today Jim Waiter __ Zt" Dreyfus ................. .__ 21.55
; Begin direction of Mrs. Louis Roberts are (L to r.) Bron on'a Mrs. Elenora ralladino, Brunswick __ lyCambell War Lamb .70 314 Fidelity Caplt ..,........._ 11.18 Volume Chae Change f II

I' JACKSONVILLE AP Ex. 'chairman: Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mrs. Susie Rates Mrs. Frances Efferea, Mrs. Bar- S .._._ 2.40 36x1' Worthlntn ._._ 150 444 Fidelity Fund ...?.?.._? 1S.7S 170,900 Salem-Broslus 94 up ltii,

cavatlon of another( flVHIIII.) i Hale, Mrs. Noah Lang, Mrs bara Busstrd and Mrs. Emma Dixon Ladles for HD Carter Pdt __ 1.GOa 151x4Caae Xerox ... .._.___ 129% Fidelity Trend .,._.....,,.. 2001 114'.tOO New Idrla 1% up *

,t; ;lection.t the western end ofIvl' Quincy Ross and Mrs. Maxie clubs throughout the county will participate the 4 I J I ...__ 20% ,Zcmth __...,._ l.tta 71% Fund'tal Invest ...?-... 1167' 77,400 All-State Prop 1% up U ,

: the Cross Florida Barge Cans p.m. show (Sun photo by Bob Meeker) Cessna Air _. 1.00 Sob OVER THE COUNTER Income Boston .,-.,...._. 0.70 71,300 Magellan Pete 3H off H
41.900! Pancoastal 2Vi off %
New' VORK ices TO Mlwrtnf Mn I
will be started soon. Army Chen Ohio .___ 4.00 71' < ..... ""nltlMM, WWIIM kv till Incorporated Inc 10.22 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS
Yi :engineers said yesterday. PowellWilliston Coas 5 Gas ..__ 32" NUMnO AiMCIMlM '"> StdirnlM OM. Keystone K-2 __ S.S9Keystone I
y Police Officer .r*. IIK. <. ml r.MMM1KhNh Inn Purchases ..,__ 350,617
S-3 ..___.. 1702
i Col. H. R. Parfitt. district CBS __....._ 1.1Ob 4m lcni kul a r. Mw NASD mttmttt (
Short Sales _.._. .
of lilt r nf wlWlllt' MlWl Mew Mturlcww Keystone S-4 _...._ 5II
said bids will be Comb 1.20 33'4
engineer open. Enl. DIM 115..
.... Life Investors .__... Other Sales .. 336,800Total
ed Nov. 7.' Comsat Corp. __ 36x4' .M inkMH 10(5 --"
err 1 This Job expected to cost Cone MUll 20V. Alico Land ,..._.._ 111 Life Stock Fund 3 MMsss. Sales _: 330,190

about $3 million win join a Nabs Shine TransporterBy Cant Alrl .40s0 21'4Conti Amer Fidel Life _. 24x4' Inv Stock ._..,........ 17.42 PREVIOUS DAY'S

contract costing fit million Ins _.._ 1.20 82 Amer Heritage _._ 2J% Mass. Inv Growth _.., 0 25 STOCK MARKET
which was awarded earlier this 0. Contrl Data 1011 Amer Mat Ins 21'" Pioneer Fund .._ 1030 Advances _.??.,?.....?.,....,.,. US
month for dredging a OS-mil BOB MEEKERSun a mile before stopping' It to see Corn Pdts _._ 1.50 54x1 Amer Pioneer Life __.. 10''% Puritan Fund ,__? ,w 9 74(Declines m._...__,.'__'472

/ section of the canal In the Gulf Staff Writer if the driver acted In a similar Delta Air ...._ 1.10 12" Anheuner Busch __ 51 Putnam Growth _.....,..? 914 Unchanged __..__ 330

of Mexico and In Citrus Coun- WILLISTON An alert Willistoh police officer. manner but observed the driver Oct Steel .._..._.. .10 Wi Anodyne ..w""__.._._ 3" TV A Elec ...-?_..,_,. 1.50 Total Issues _. ...,.._. 1,320
is responsible for the confiscation of 70 gallons oIllegal f acted normal. Emerson EI __.... UO 44 Citizens Bank __...,.NN f1 Value Line Inc __... S II New 1813-" Highs _.._-Jlt

The new contract will call whiskey. He also assisted l In the apprehension I Perryman said he stopped the Fair Genera _..N.log 25'hFinan7 Conn Lt & Pow 3m Wellington Fund .................. 15 M New 19M 44 Lows ..................... I

for excavating from the site 01 o! one transporter and identification of another. ear east of Williston on US-27 eel _.._. 40'1 Cowles Mag A Pb 12%, NEW
and the driver Yates, got out Dunn t Brsdst.....,. ..... 114 YORK. TIMES MARKET AVIRAOIS OCT. tM
the qUa lock 3 % miles ess t: City policeman S. L. (Sam) was returned Williston.. and FIt Chartr .,.__ 31x1Fat. -
of his car proffered hisdriver's Florida Gas ._.,._,., 10'%" IN Tfrtl rise
b of .S. It-tt and State Road 40 I 'errymsn arrested man idenified West. Fin. ___.. 124Fla
the ol t!
4' 'intersection, to a point just west Stratlon Johnson Jr. Relating sequence license. E Cst _._. 14" Fla Nat'l Bank _.._ 64 High Law Clese Net C....
of the W.S. It bridge. The newt Fla. events,. Perryman said he sa I The officer took the license Food Fair .10 22' Fla Tele ...._,N._., 27 25 Rails MS.I4S MC.ii 147.57 Up Jl
20 who wp
: work will be In Citrus and Levy riding In the,moonshine, trrns-was a car run a stop sign at "to I and shined his flashlight on the FMC Corp ,...._ 1.00 59Frtto Forrest Labs _..__ 244 25 IndHStrials 197.65 SII.9J 193.42 U, .54
counties and completion wise be of the bin" on Alternate U. I., passenger to check his appearance _N 404 Founders Life .... ...._ 0'% 50 Stacks 522.90 5I7.C1 520.49 Up .53
and Identified Lay
required within two porter the driver 27 coming /Into WlUliton at 1:1 I when ha noted a large copper Franklin Life ?,u,,,..,,,....,,_" 53
years. Gee T.II .21 34%
till at Mal
large MS Ralph a.m. Monday. condenser of the type commonly Great American .._ 12'%
G A Paclf 1.110 5m
Yates, 22, Bonlfay. Perryman said a man slttln g used In moonshine oper- Groller ?.???_???..,._.,. 40
New Series With an assist from Levy In the front passenger's seat sums lying In till back seat Getty oil .10, 31'4 Gulf Life _..,miinniaiiiim 42'% STOCK
County Sheriff's E. F. The officer then asked the Grace Co _..N.N.. 1.00b 55%i FLASHES
Deputy had his head rolling around Herff Jones __ 15% MARKET
Hel Curtis .. .._ .10 14%
To Premiere (Pete) Smith the arrest was outside the window as if he driver to open the trunk but the .N. Home Ins _.._....._ 704Kennssaw /
made and the car, loaded with were intoxicated. The officer driver said he could not because IBM __._ 3.D0 121Ent Life 10%
Min C ..,..._.. 1.101 1134 mM.MMMI NEW YORK (AP) The of M stocks st noon
14 ,of : be did not have a key. up |
5-iUon jugs "shine followed the car for more than Life of Fla ._. 0%
Int Tell _..__ 1.00 58% M..M stock market nudged irregulary st 321(, a little above Its
1 On WUFT The deck lid of the trunk was Lowes Company _.....,. 10 record -
A open about an inch. Ferryman Kellogg ..._.._ .ilia 42% Mugs Electron __ M 11 I higher early this afternoon closing high of Monday, Industrials

Past imPerfect" Is a new said and on Inspectionwith Lehman CP __, U41 301 Mort Guaranty Ins _,".. 25'% moderately active trading. rose .4, rails A and
GainesvilleCITY Litton In ..___ I.Nt '78'. Most of the excitement utilities
television series that premieres the flashlight be could see Pacific SW Air ...._. 30 : was
1 tonight at 7-30: over WUFT-TV. several jugs wrapped in sugar Lone 5 CM N_ 1.00 21y. Schlits Brew -__..., 46% over recent speculation favor The Dow Jones industrial-

Channel 5. Informal look will sacks. Marsh Fld 1.10 41' Secur Life A Tr ............ 11% tea white the market wheel erage at noon off .47 at 177.10.
be taken at some of the Import.ant The officer said be told the Martin M .__ I.DO 15x(1' ( Southern Nitro. .. ___ 24'% tones showed minor changes '

events of history to determine men he would have to hold MeG Hill .1Oa 31 Travelers Ins _- ,_.. 44% for the most part Erie Among. speculative Issues,
r what "might have been" COMMISSIONSewer them until ha could see what Mead Corp _. 1.7$ 45''% Union Cigar _. I'%" A slightly higher trend pre- Lackawanna Monday'ssecond

a, had they evolved differently or was In the trunk. He ordered Merkd ,._. 2.00a 48', Union Security Inv. 10'% sited/ among airlines, aero- most active stock, was
not occurred at an. AV I them men back to town snd Mail Alrl ._. .10 574 AMCltCIAN pace Issues, rails and chemlsis. up a full point making another

An example Includes the return land cast the lone dissent) n g told them he would follow. The N Y Cent __ .SOI 514Nla STOCK EXCHANGE new high. Pacific tin continued

Qf Columbus to Spain after' Survey vote approving the study. driver replied "all right sir.1' M Pow 2.DO 574 Aerojet-Gen .,.NN..N........ 20'% : Polaroid's 4-for-1 split pro ts day-to-day rise, making ,a
tl an unsuccessful attempt tow Ferryman said the car started Norfolk W __.lOG U& Anslex Corp _,.,_, lath sal was the sensation of the full point and also anew

chart a new sea route to India. Approved Set Meeting and sped off at high speed Norfolk W ___ 100 U& Aqua Chem...--i...,,., ,.....- 16'i day. The stock surfed ahead high.' -
/; He reports there Is nothing but for about 100 feet and turned No Jnd P 5 ... ,_, 1.41 121/ Aurora Plastics 264 more than I points then clipped Prices rote In moderate trad-

y water and la convinced the Authorization for a sewer extension WednesdayNext off on a graded road which No Nat Gas _._ 100 13''% Barnes Engineer N.NNN.NNNNN__ 204 III gain to about 3. big on the American Stock El-

world la flat after all He theq survey to the develop turned out to be a dead end. Olin Math __ 1.20 42H' Butler Shoe 11 Steels were a little lower on I ch.n/lf./

leaves on an extended vacation. I 1-75 week's City Commission Th. officer gave chase down Owens n G _.._. 2M JON ,Chromstey _N..N.NN.._, ....,. 16'%' balance and motors werescrambled Corporate bonds were mixed
Erie Larrabee critic and tog Interchange'at New was rescheduled for Wednesday Pac G E 100 324Pac
author ,the graded road aDd said the I Cinerama .,. 4'%" ss the General Mors US government bonds were
Is moderator for the series berry Road was voted Monday Oct. 21, by the Calnesvlll other car was doing (S or 70 Sting _M" 340 30H I Computer ?Set".N..N.N.NN 23'%" strike dragged on. I Heady In light dealings
I Overlie
of eight half-hour programs, night by the City Commission. City Commission Monday. miles per !hour when It came to Pac Tn 130 2W I Cutter Labs A MWMWwm.. __. 13'% The Associated: Press average I counter,
s to be repeated en Friday nights Black, Crow and Eidsness! err Several members of the commission a sharp tun It wss unable to Pan Amer A 130 21V." .
at I:.. Panelists wfll Inc 1 u d e gaming consultants: were instructed will be in JacksonvilleOct. negotiate and ended up ta 'P.r" DIY .._.NNN... 1.110 6Pennaou
Pulltxer Prize winning historian to prepare the study at 26-21 for the Florida and bed. al. 2.110 42x4 ---YOUR MONEY'S WORTHStceden'i

Arthur Schleslnger Jr., novelist a cost of no more than 11,500. Leaaue of Munlctoalltlei meet I Pfizer .lOa 56x4Pbelpt

Susan Sontag aad author/ The action came after weeksof hug Including City Attorney DO _. U. 744,

Alan Pryce Jones. 'They will consideration by the corn Osee Fagan, who have a part In STRICTEST Polaroid .._ .%0 II1V."I Welfare State
pool their Imaginations to determine mission the program Pub SV E G ,.. .,.250 31
following i
a requestfrom
!bow tile course of history Pure Oil 1.10 124Rayonir '
3 might have been chsnged Lodge now Black' Acres J.DO 424Reall I
building a large motel near the
interchange, for sewer YORK (AP) Security __. JOlt It
city ser- Asks Sidewalks I By Sylvia Porter
W.M.S. To Meet .;
Vlcl so a septic tank system measures for President John ,. :

;t In Williston would not have to be used in Black Acres area residents son's visit to the city Wednesday Late.MomlngN. STOCKHOLM In the U. S., ment Inaursnce a m e u n ting toI deny, childless widows 7CTI', ete.,
r the problem drainage area. I petitioned the City Commission aDd Thursday are so tight our "wa,." onpevertyaru I around 14 a day plus extra .tc:.

WILLISTON-The W.M.S. As. Health Director Dr. Ed Byrne Monday night to initiate Immed that uniformed policemen assigned Y. Lifting stubbornly s t. pun. mplny. benefits for your wife and two
$ sociationsl meeting scheduled endorsed the sewer extens le n.1 tale action to provide sidewalks to watch the crowds are ment among unskilled y o u n iand [ children for Up to 154 days 41 ihe lie of 17, regardlessof

Thurrdsy at the First Baptist citing potential health hazards and bicycle lanes for school chil--under orders sot to turn for a NewYork (AF) Int Han 14" old workers are just moving Since there Is practically no( your Income' or family
} Church here starting at ':30 .s other motels and filling staoons dren going to and from West- moment to sakite the Presidents Stocks Int Nick 97" Into high. gear In See. long term unemployment you I..UII. you U gel a basic old

a.m.tp develop. He also noted the wood and Littlewood schools. his motorcades pass. Allis Chsl 23% Inl Pap 36 den, the country with the high' are more than adequately pro.tertod. sge pension under a long stead-
Several thousand uniformedmen set standard of all Europe You aim will leg law and your pension will
northwest area Is destined for Mrs. Ernest Crone submitted Alcoa 62% Jones&L 94 living gel help
dish will be
served A covered from 11:30 supper: to 12:30.: : future residential development, the petition, noting the dangerto and detectives are assigned Am Air 45% Ken'cott 92'% both wan have been decisively If you need It, In being retrained,he frig lied index te You Sweden's could cost-of-Uv.mod
need for to protect the President Am Can 43 won. As we debate tlx i I for another gel a
From 12.30 to 2 .m. there will Increasing the unitary; children walking to school LlgliMy 54% occupation or you
p under orders issued by Police 41% form which our wars will take,,, will receive and irately reduced pension at the
be meeting for Instruction of sewers in the area.Commissioner I are in danger from bicycle riders AmCysn LorilUrd 45 traveling f.m-I
1officers v a and chairmen. | Alan Sat h rr who also use the sidewalk to Commissioner Michael J. Murphy. AmMot 16%' Mag'vos 23% we can learn plenty from the'''Illy, allowance to assist you In ie of 61.

avoid heavy traffic on NW 34th AT&T 09'. MM&M 59% costs and benefits of Swe m'e I being re-employed/ In another Also at the age of 67 youll
Street Johnson will address the ALfred AmTob 36% Moha.ro IS'. victories pert of the country. be entitled to a supplementary.

x Hear King One solution to the problem, E. Smith Memorial Formation Amps Cp 17% Mons'to 13'% I A vital point about Sweden Is, Your family will receive an pension under a program totrodueed
Episcopalians sidewalk extension to Ith Avenue dinner Wednesday night Anaconda 9M Mont Wd 42% that she eMt only the mere annual cash allowance of Ills, In 1940 sod financed: entirely
through a wooded area own ,and a political rally at Madlsoa Armour 53% Nat Dslr 64V. advanced of the world's wel-I for each child under 16 In, by contributions from em.pksyere. *

Attack Rights Violence ed by Robert Black Jr, was Square Gardes Thursday' night Babcock 36 Nat Dist 20 i iBethSU fare' states. She alao" Is a superbly your case 1270 a year. Your By *, when this pro
dirtl5.wd. 40HNAmAv 3t%,I functioning private enterprise,children will get free school gram Is scheduled to be fully

By 4E5UY CVUY Willie said that to ignore the Black offered right -of -w a y Boeing OSH Penney 604Bordcn economy which bi many ways,tuition, free hinchmeals free effective, you'll be guaranteed
77 Pa RR 424Bruntwk trail Its businessmen with far health supervision and If they a yearly pension squat to about
arty ST. LOUIS (AP-Dr. Martin background of poverty which be through the area to the city, butcesnmissitmers U of F Ag I
t% Ftp Cola U4 more tender loving care than/ are capable free education two-IMrds of the Income you
Jr. has denounced said resulted In riots hi decided to
race pursue
King CaterTr 36* PhD) ltor TH we do and which heavily tasty through, college I''earned during your IS highest-'
violence In the Oil rights Northern cities "is putting one's sioVwsIk! extension ee s Alwnnl AskedTo Celanese 70 Phill Pet M4! Ms .....1IiIa1 workers I te finance | Your wife. will receive prenatal paid years.
movement saying K Is both Impractical head Into the sand." joint basis with adjoining property '
II RCA 34 medical
Chrysler % their and
protection against summations (
The comnusslao :I This te Just a random list
and Immoral 1'111J two speeches cane at i owners. Breakfast CocsCola 133 Rep SU .... poverty ynemployment, old age,consultation and free bospHal I Other
benefits the
run r a
voted to set a public hearing to 1 s gs
Dr" Com Ed set Revlon 364CM insecurity etc. j:treatment at cMldbirtA. Shell',
King a Negro, made an different meetings during the dieniM the plans with property I from bowing allowances lot e*>
unscheduled appearance Mon convention at which fhs church Agricultural alumni andisnds Edta M4 toy Tob 43% This emphasis on private enterprise get a minimum maternity allowance derfy persons to rasa .....
ownert. of agriculture have bees Cont Can 4T StReg P 33H" te of the aspects ef IIM at childbirth. "
day before the House of Delegates is expected! take stands one tare* for youngsters WB* a.
of tbs 61st general convention way or die ether on Episcopal Accept FaganResignation i invited to join University of Dow Che 75'it Seaboard M', which struck me most si II||! Both yen and your wife, as,te school outside Id .1 t lajaaftIt's
of till Protestant 1piJ0urclL involvement In civil rights. Florida agricultural faculty and duPoat 274 Sears 1244EAL studied the birth to death Swedish ettAM above 16 yearsof towns -
students at the annual H. .. 37V4 siKlalr WS welfare system In this largest age, are covered by a compulsory ,
copal The diocese ef Louisiana at Its camlnf breakfast Saturday. I I E. Kodak .120S Sonny 55% of the Scandinavian countries. I' health msursAcf p r. such sa IIt"1IIroe4 .

"ff me Negro uses violence convention voted to present a Tbs breakfast sponsored byAlpha Firestone 44% louflwC 644 Put yeunelf to the POSIIDM of grsm. This !hwursnrs pays up welfare slate that ejrag .
the future WIll be endless panarama resolution to the general tonventfos City Commissioners Monday Zeta MfJseel agricultu- Fla Pw 31% SotrryftFlaPU. live s middle income employe *f a to 75 per cent of yew doctors',if ws could have tt In our caua*.,

ef chaos" be said. which states: This night accepted the resignation rat honorary "......, and la 04 SlBrand 7Sk privately owned Swedish .;'fees Eyes "have a free choice of try mjJJMis would find the cost

Bat a whit ssdssagM.. aid ,My-the dkxesebeams II lwieiant. ef Plan Board member Tom Fagan held during tile liraicBr.ilegfestivities I Ford 61% ItO NJ wry. Yea earn 3350 a month.J''doctor i I, heepttaltiatloa/ for up W Swedes! pays In tolas, hi

tf roar ba a reaaaa Oar the that to working for with nlf l. ...... Frant Da U% Stadebak 74 pay ices e taxes ef about 363J I two! years, travel expenses connected 'tight employment, hi wags and
.... 'those paramount, human rights No action was token to same Dr. A. .. Xreadsra, bead ef Frept Sul 43% Swift 53* Math er 3t per cent. Yeujihave with the illness, about price 1 Inflation., la "compulsion"Intolerable.

to abide all mea are entitled a replacement. the Fruit Crops Service and Cal I Fresh Tr 334 Texaco ,45GeaDya a wife a child of srven.laadababy. half the cast ef drags. r
The fsvarty ......... siwpaa 'seder Gad, property rights mast Another plan board vacancy lets ef AgrksJasra. aaat the 3T. Thtokot' 14 I Thai program eatliise you too I But, with this system Sweden

r aad to cnxef eat farsMfficeat alts receive dw emoIJseada.. created by the rnleaHioe ef purpose e( *slnakfsst is toMwffW clan art uCartid 1204 : Vat the breadwinner, work a I W a doily tea free cash benefit has won her wars ea poverty'
eirsetlBBsatd Dr ....) Stheraa is aba M ed eMiiJHlMMCiIaf af s 4rtrmrtkas Gen ids 014 Vast Aire M4 najtiBwas ef tf howl a week during the period of your and frhlsssasss while .......

Charta .Y. .... associate : JIIIoIuti flues 1M dheeaaie esJ by the eaajmiaslaa.faflM's ] exdstktg ttoa sneag. Gca MiOs. 44 Va FniH ISCeoMtrs ... by tow, gel a four weeks' ness amounting, flit ,. 10.1 ly mamiaMasj private a C.fit
sntasaor ef sodotogy aad aabfopotogy ef South Cantata ., IH...liiisl ....,.. was he ..,aIIIN. helve U Steel ttGaodhcb vacstiaa aacft year. The risks J family, to 3US a day. prise. And even the most cap

st Syncass IMvari and Alabama also would yre- fourth since sudsummer. He The breakfast will start attot ITH UBV. Mat 15Geedyr Tt year bring anemplojrtd aretwwjatf ire also special sflewaares (erUsabted iteJMie-fltiaesd bMinesssaasj f

i He sped Is the aiMijSf ef ride for less active swonfsjMnt Iud 1i11tr1M11. did busies a at ajutsaauft ream 40% WcalgJD U% a4 (I"suy M per em pines let protection met hero would. da ao Mr

OVa Women of tbs Epi.cop.ll by the Episcopal Chorea (be'dvfl pressures ss their ream far df thetoaoW Strvtoe Center Greyhnd 33 ills Wins OUJ 30% are Jobisas). but st you do lm. 4 mothers and children w. than reflat. the existing. ; stnw..
htnti I' rights mnemeel.. restgs>! t csswpus. Tickets an flit Goat Od 30 WaahrOj 3f4 yew Jsft. yeaH ft t unemptoy-/ oea their breadwinner, far el. turs.'t. -

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14 Gainesville Sun October 13 19ti4
Tuesday<< ,_ ,__

; i / SEE By Literacy WorkshopIs For Dedication County Ceremony,Hospital: Parking tomorrow Lot. 1:1:: -SUBURBIA DRIVMN THEATRE_

SHOW. TIME. 7.+00 ....
PlannedA The new parking lot at Alachua master of ceremonies and Rev. Sidney Martin county commla- ; - -

General Hospital will be dedicated William Shea, pastor Highlands sioner. Mayor Howard McKinney Wi i iiiiiiHBDEII

:1 .the SUN is at 2 p.m Wednesday in I Presbyterian Church, will give will comment about thecity's YOK
literacy 'workshop being a public ceremony.The the Innovation. Mrs. Tina Park. role In developing the
held this week at the Westaide I CAPUCKSSfJSSSt'
.. Gainesville Garden Club, er, chairman of the hospital site Bernard Datz, manager of : --
Baptist Church Mr. and Mr
GENERAL HOSPITAL Heights at a.06 a.m. Mondayat fire at NW 21st St. and 35th Waldo Wood who by have quall Board of County Commissionersand I parking lot committee for the the Sears store In Gainesville., I

"1 Oct. 12, 1914BIRTHS 900 Waldo Road. Ave. fled to teach the 'Frank Lau. the Hospital !trustees will garden club, will t pea k on the will talk about Sears' participation '
Of MCOUDI provide the program.G. I club's work In beautifying and In beautifying the lot.
Logan W.' Baldwin, 1115 N. COURT bach Reading Method. _
Main St. and James Cam C DusnN," M. Davis, chairman, county -landscaping the lot
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Cue,, Judwr. C..IO' IrWdlSgNeuwh.o
..... ,,,.. The Florida State Board 01 A--
co V iitw.roIrown commission, will s e r v e as I Guests will be Introduced by:
Waldo at ( a.m. Monday at,
p 433 SE 13th St., twins bo :on.ly and J."" P. HI |, Education reports there ire Vote '
yNE 15th St. and 39th Ave. CnllllNid. IM3II" PIUS" eoill 511.Nuo&d HaydonBURNS
and girl ,. John 5,000 functional -
CI ante Cirp v. OM nearly non-rea II
ADMITTED John R Bynum Jr., 3513 NW Wiry Idmondt... Migh Iprlngi 1411W" era In Alachua County. It is I bf.] Scout Leaders at Pow WowAdult II .

Mrs. Lorrie V. Jacobsen Mer., 16th Ave., and Billy E. Whaley, Flui"Pri'km enli,_ 0.110'.5 45'. ,..nk', II..'...... coming increasingly difficult I for I II sa' ....
'' .. Lams Mall, 30. II "" tI Dr..
Unda Ann Calney James Ray, 621 SE 1st Ave., at a a.m. 12?Ml, Plul c.... MHouvhold people who can't read to obtain leaders from Cub Pack rlc"', leaders were recognizedas I 2nd P..t.n

.... I Francis R. Sculley Shirley Cue,: Monday at 100 NW 3rd St. Hem and" Millli Pliuinci' H.m Corp Mlgll'. ..lrn.il...,ng., and hold jobs. 82, St. Patrick's Catholic having the largest representation
Mr. Earl M. Beyers Earl W. Lucius Kelly, 907 C NW 7tll 111).I.I, Pin cull 15.C.I. i Interested Church attended the North Florida I '
.. M H.... IlKlrle. Co,. Inc. v Anyone knowing someone coming from the furthest ,
Webb Altha Mae Brown MaryB. Ave. and a tree, at S:45 p.m. N. J. Horn,*, IM NI II Or. Ml.Ml, in learning to read may Council Pow Wow at Camp point In the council. .

Clark CuIUord'K. Page, Monday in the 700 block of NW Plus.Com... M call of these Echockottee Florida ALL-FLORIDA MtVIiWaMl
C. M. MODI IlKlrle Co., Ins, one telephone numbers Orange Park Attending were Reggie Newt -
.., Hellen N. Holt Barbara Ann 8th St. Conwlul" and Doril H. Kiln, 3477 NW I tMawfiim
I Idth Av.., IM N J Plul Cats UOlrlmrl' : 3784&L; 3764112; 372-2014. recently. bern t eubmaster, Charlotte I. mmagmm m ,
.. Burgess, Claretha Jones MarI Herbert H. Eckstein, DeBary, IK, V. Tarry Icolt ...k-.1 People enrolled in the Rea Den mother Mrs. Chart o 11 e Bates Sybil Locasio, Shirley GOVERNOR
and Patricia H. Covington, Tarry P. Icon Truck Hop Lake coy .1 NATALIE STEVE 1
ion W. Hughes all of Gainesville Fla. ... Bates
I 1151 441 Plus Coin log method course to qualifyfor was awarded a trophy Weber, Dorothy Newborn l N Pd. AM
.... I I ) Henry iCarter,7tChief-, Starke, at J:U p.m. Monday at City.Nit HOC Poiin; ,Plus' v.Com Joan M.Troodw.ll C_. teaching Include Dr. and for the beat score In the wom den mothers Billy McNally Institutional WOOD McQUEENlATER \

Mary Eleanor SW 10th St. and 1st Ave. Nil Poiln V O.lly lloughlor. Trenton. Mrs. Frank DeBusk Mrs. E en's training course. St. Pat- representative.
Walter E. Cross Gresham IK NW 38th "100; Plui CUII 0.Guy .
land Langby Mary
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Moikowtl' V Onld/ Kill Tl more Pearson, Mrs. A. H. Hasty ,
City; Ruby Hut chins Hawthorne St. and Everett E. Skipper Rl NI mth Tir, 1711"/ plul Cal 113 NMM --
Mrs. Jack T.
"Inns rook,r v D....' stOck Humphries, I A .
; Annie Smoak Reddick; 4, at 4:17: pm. Monday In the I.nd, 1011 NW llll A.... MOl Plus, Coin Mrs. W. B. Tucker, Mr,. GOLD "
Helen Booth Cedar Key; Thomas 100 block of NW 20th Ter. ... PICTURE..4/ OM#
Walt., Mltehill' v. Htw.rd MirrHonLlllll Marian Hughes M r ,. J a Die I 'I
C. Ferguson Mlcanopy. Frances P. Hilliard, 1635 NW AlKhu., 132''', plus Costa UPlorldi ,, Gatlin Mrs. Agnes C. Dell Mrs. l/sTIILllANT/ ] J .
PHI Control and CKwnlcol C.
t DISCHARGED 7th Place Stephen W. Kramlg, V. L. P. LiMM TlvirnKr, ".., 0155.Plu ./ Elwyn Holmes and Mrs. Fred I /I J tjLifo" \ Sac and Htar
2065 NE 9th St. and Sharon A. tests '7.
.a Walter Bolkman Stella M. I L. w.lt. bowls" Pinch, P5 SWArch.r Laughan. PIIFDI.AICEIIZS I

Trlmm, Mr. Thomas W. Harrison !- Chambless, 2035 NW 12th Road, 0."i'd Rd M.rHw.r.. Ml I7 C.Plus.. Inc Cat, ....KoMrt. R. ,.f **"*q ,:,r ,3? : I BARRYTONIGHT '
Mary J. Faison. FriedaM. at 1:31: am. Monday at 300 SW NlkorMn wd KutiMHl. Nil"", Pill*.,

Pollock Virginia Trainham, 13th St.Delphla. IIS3 111 I.Plus llmmoni' Cats UJicli ..... Jock llmmonAgtncy BabysittingClass

Howard 0.' Alford Carl R. S. Davis, 131 SE 21st Y. Criig .Harris Collins Ocala,
If 17. Plui AVA mm
... Mathew, Dorothy Ann Owen St. and Guy Llndsey I Hawthorne I. limmoni d..b-o Jock llmmomAgmcy I
.. ,and daughter Mrs. Helen Wilder ( at 9:45 p.m. Monday on II :Iftd V Avl.Chlrlii, 12]31) Plus A. lohmnon CMll MAnoclilM 1170 Opens DEBORIJI IERR 'SUE !YON :hannels 2 & 12
and son, Mrs. Edith Kirby State Road "..... C. ol Plo., ". L. .
mir Hull ond JIM Mill N SI 4flli
and daughter, Donald R. Henley 20.DWI Dr,, 1512.'"; Plul com 0. On {
IUILDIN.' PIP.MITI MondayA TODAY at g:30 'Iii 1 10
Willie M. Chisholm and Theron A. Nunez Jr., 4111 NW Cllylowrl 3:05. 5:19, 7:23 9:24 : p.ma
son, M. G. Joiner, Mrs. Louise arrested I. WMtir 71? NI ""m It, ASdl-
lth St., was by
12 WC.lolrd :
Ilea M DMllln. five session babysitting
Fouls Mible Candy Jea n n I Ie Gainesville police at 2:45: a.m. Hirchuri Co., 401 S Mill, SI, FLORIDATHURS. 'th 401,1: A ,0104045 sparIa.nM MNNr
RimocMI boil,..,. tWt.Clurln raining class will begin Monday x mmoM p..d lor ty AUdwo Ca.m .
Black Paul
Simpson, Ore t h a today and charged with driving A. 5...111.. If41 NI 17th Tir, Cnl Nr 55/d.ON. 0.5. CI.,....
Boyette, Lula Merchlson Evon- ,_., Milling .IIMA In the J. Hlllis Miller .' Sean. cb ,00555.
while Intoxicated., Cannery "WOMAN OF STRAW" I II *
J. P511114.. ,0. HI 1111I Avs.. A. Health Center, sponsored by the 1
ne V. Cline and son lion N dw."'... flOI.Mrs. .
"" d Fire Calls A. D. Horn. H (I llll II, It* Vomen's auxiliary to the county 1I
POLICE, FIRE REPORT At 1:19: p.m. Monday, a grassfire 'pair' Bwllllno' U.000. medical __ I
J. Illvirmm, XH W. Univ.' A..., a. society.
Accident Roundup In the 100 block of NE 25th ,mod.l, hill.... II.WO The sessions are scheduled for

1 Serena 0. Csm. Rt 1 and I Ion W.)"A..u"Jonnton...>.,II.II.000.Flarnco NW. TIN T..., Mt\-\ the next five Monday rights, 5 ,
Ter.At I. .,..k." lit II III A..., 1. DAYS ONLY
L. 4:411 Monday .DON'T MISS.
Dempsy Raby Keystone : p.m. a gras I Stair luilnm, MOM from 7-130: p.m. Program for OUT!

Addition lm.it' lo P Suiinni lykM., 1311 not NW llll AVI., the first meeting will be presented .. .

J. C. Miy. ISIS NW lilt. Drive, Car by Miss Pat McGilveryof

Let Your Child llrucl..,.'..Omllln.... ,_."'W.000", IM IW 2nd ,,_. the public health department OUR

Rmlr' '' Dwelling Kiplon II,104 740Irving NW NIA T..., Atdlllwi and will cover safety in bath- 0
It I M .willing, ..101.C. feeding dressing and FORMER
ng preparing d '
M. M .nplon. 311 IW lit II. It.

MCUI C. M., OwHlln.....''oy.1400 non NI n* A... Conllruet small children'for bed. ADVERTISED
; Walk for Health I I'j Poundlllon. ( 01. Future programs In t the fiR
J. M. WiMr 1103. IW ItII Avo. lit- course Include "E m e
stall C..t,,, H.o. .. and Air Conditionno rlency PRICE. .
H 500 First Aid, by Dr. George A.
6 4 H Molding Co, 137 NW 13th SI,
;, If your child complains of hit I which can occur at almost anytime Conitrucl ,""c.. I1MI Dell "Safety Tips for Sitters."

:: feet hurting, ,throw away those I during childhood 1 .Corns, ,51.I Or., Ad C.' /nion'H., to 011111.40_Itlng...II509Mri .. :lt4. HW 340 by Lt. Ed Connerly and Capt. Ld
= J car keys and let him walk calluses blisters red spots on C. A. ..,_ tM-M IW IOH SI? David Laird who will tell how '

to whereever h.'. going. This Is the feet, cramps in ankles, hair Ouplm 0004 Dwolllng. T'....'I7M... the police and fire departments NOW :

advice from Dr. Seymour Leo- calves, knees or back, excessive L. Lists'sow and 55.0.7Jack win' H HuoPl I*. are ready to aid sitters a film 4 ,
pold president of the Florida stumbling tiredness, Irritability wards 1l1O,1ID., ,IM.. le45 If Libby' H.I,,,, ailed "That They May Live," FO 3 8 .

Podiatry Association."Thousands unwillingness to walkor Mln.r.ouollt and HomM KIM' Lot Inc.,,41 lo If C,.Pimmrwr. ,..... L... and panel discussions. ALL SIZES 4 tires

of young people play. 1\1I.\ III On Last year, 212 attended at alx.Off .
Some rules for better foot .Tarry LM .Prim. and will lo Law least three of the sessions and LISTED
who now, are dooming themselves net P. Imim nd wlto. Lot 30 your car
....... ,
.. health Include cutting the toenails Carll Tirrtco 11UCIO. graduated from the course.
to second rate physical Lincoln' I HUM, Inc. lo Jm*.n W.llls

... status could be saved by the straight across, dally foot. 01 and Lincoln will I"'nd OlMyi'... Pint L. .Willll...",.,.,Lot W'no:IM. Won't Miss
simple exercise of practical I bathing and wearing propersized Lincoln' Iiiiin, Inc, K J_.. Wwy
t '' and win, lo let Lincoln Iilolinl .
l shoes In Children
good repaIr. H
and pleasurable walking, Leo Addliion 709 That Game
should be' taught to walk Jam" P. wmiildurt, and win' (. ,
pold aays.j .noil,. I. .....,... and win Loll t, 4 I 1I
correctly. Toeing or out weaken 4. 0 .., II 0) OI'_.... 1100.nnlo BIRMINGHAM Ala. (AP) -
Oct. 12-H has been designatedas '< I. I....... and will of inns. Claude Morris a long
the feet and throws the body goes wayto t
L. Wamildurf and win, till I, J, I, 7.
American Youth Foot Care t, it of niotunn. his football tickets -
out of alignment. 1100.
,... .._.. .
Inn n CurlU I Nn
j Week by the American Foot t Foot Infections, corns and ,Mm "and win' Lon I, 4, I. o. of Lass even to the state crime labora- r

Health Foundation. calluses should be treated only load Pin/ *Planar InidH III, in Ml... to flan.. W. Cain tory.When or BLACKWALLS
According to these foundation with professional advice. This 535" win'. Lol J* ol MijMimd' / Court Minor fire destroyed the Duncan -

podiatrists the following are Includes care for knock knees, 015.530.Ysuno I AmorteO Norms of Ollmnvlllo. Manufacturing and Equipment ANY 5.20-13 5.90.13 6.40.13 6.70.13 7.00.14 5.60-15 6.40.15

some I _signs of foot trouble I bow legs and_pigeon toes. !a I 51n Inc.,ralla., to Voun0 L0 7.Amirlco 0 Wa.-Mortaio----*- Imfrmr..n CorMm --*.:. Is manager Co. last week, It also where destroys Mors SIZE . . .

Gray Dan"and T. .Nn.ns,. Lot and OJ 0 WIN Nlgnland to HirKiNuml Court. four tickets and badly charred/ LISTED other sizes add '2.50 each I
: U.II, '''' 4. 011.000. 20 others to this weekend's Auburn > II
Lions Club' Presents $610 Huon Idwirdi, ....., to Wino IMAtonlind I
Tech In
I \ and win. lot M of Carol II Georgia game
,401. Norln, 111300 Birmingham. ,
W. I. MuggMi' and win to Iota Ai.,
For Conservation nchot, Los I TM Oak lubdivllllW4k ... Morris sent the 20 charred I
Sight .
Oior.. A. C._ and w1/5 Ie arnHA5 bits to the state toxicologist UflFI1F
I eall.nacN alto 01110 Lot I 01 Cara. Tests were used to determinethe
I A $(10 check was Jointly presented and sponsors eye banks at the ..mot tKono: Addition, 510,700. 1 I
Pint" PMirol Invlnoi, and Loots A....- seat numbers and today thecity
for light conservation by University of Florida and the c,.lion. to Hoymontf. L TlHinorl. and wll'*. Is tick. 1 1
Lot I ol *" preparing duplicate t
Hock M Row Additiontllnnvllli.
of Miami
the University City Llona' and University medical I. Ill.100. eta for Morris.

Lioness' Clubs Monday night to schools. 0,0,5. D Crmlon and win to inn. ........
P. Andriwl ond wile' Sol X .Hlghltn" ..
New Lioness officers for the
the Florida Lions' Foundation. Court Manor, I1JIU. h r
coming year were also Installedat Llndmum ol ..,imvllli' Ine to Fred 50ad W aAa
The presentation wu made at Mason md win' LM N Jl, If luburtM
I I lid night's meeting. Replacing Halls. .., in,oo.
a meeting at the Holiday Inn ., .
Jam Compmy of lnoivlin' toe IIk.1II R'T="
Mrs. Gamble of
as president L. hedge 4,45 win. Lot N of Libby .
by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gamble, the Is Mrs. Elaine Beck- .loMb 111.1)1My ... ." 1iii
presidents of the two clubs I group .. L. Irylfl and win to NuoK 'd- .' '
hum. Vice 1 president Is Mrs wards ,.... Lot" of Hock "D" I Iwnory In .... .. .... 1 I I 1
Earl Zebarth of Pienon president .. lukdlvlllm. 1100OM t
Marietta Pierson and i e COli d I
of the 254 NW 1Ita fI
state 16472AL$0
group accepted
1 vice-president Is Mrs. EI a I e I i 55 OCALA
the check. Mae Mrs. .- NO MONEY DOWN B'uy
Harper. Secretary ri1jisriiuetve4M on Budget Terms I +
The foundation Is supportedby Ginger Gamble and treasurerIs I

all Lions', Clubs in the state! Mrs. Velma Simpson. rnssvse'gh..rgs I t

.. ...,.it..H.... WE DOT ?Ff4t' ** DOUBLE GUARANTEE

it 10 IM oom lit
IMv AI 7 01 Al I... Our Retreads identified by Medallion and
Goggin Book on Indian NOW! 2 COLOR
I'' -- SO III shop mark carry this DOUBLE GUARANTEE:
AT 7 00 OUT AT 10:00 1

Writing to Be Published SOPHIA: STIVIN r i O LIFETIME 0551.oS 54/.03 OUAfUNTU 111 .-p. GlftOAO as.,na,won.i HAZARD.and _GUARANTEE....I.c nalh, l Ir
I LOREN BOYD 'CAUSE WE I ..d-.......dung 535 hi.II ..... ...-s 1110,1045 la ->-de y hI
,,, .
i ror w 5U'oats.. w
1 ALEC GUINNISS : I I _" ........ pn..r._
I -maun ana Spanish writings came to the UF in 194s."Wrltingi CHARGE SO LITTLE ft..' pns.d w Ir.d 4,4 +4 to.0 p0.nk.5_dS.di4Ywn a.

," by the late John M. I Fall of The 1Gas. .
( a selection of Dr. rant II ell' from I ( 7 : your Po.Ions GUAAANTrt' pevda0ponettin
Gflggin of the University of Florida Goggin's anthropological works, I I Roman I a5.ngt P'S l.Na. hem 735 e a 1 GI 16b
will be published this I Is divided Into three parts: I Empire .CONO--fI doting If Nod MandO45/ 15.". c.. Cawsnm, as.C'M

t month by the University of Miami !
'"United States Ethnology and I 2ND NIT AT 10.00 3 ..:s.
Press. I "
History "Florida Archeolo- JERRY
Dr. Goggin who died 1 last,'gy" and "Latin American An THE PATSY :' 01, 1_'_. A' InchiOM All Tires Mounted SHOP TILL 7 "

year was chairman of the Department thropology." I NO DROP CHAR6I
Anthropology pjn.
The book was edited by Charles STARTS I l" rld B.rflmon I' Ph.n. H 6.J644 FREE (

H. Fairbanks, chairman of, FRIDAY THE VISIT OMICI AT MANOR MOTEL (except Saturday till 6 ....)
tonometer is an instrumentfor the Department of Anthropology a
: measuring pressure within I University of Florida: Irving ---- "

,0 the eye. It Is commonly used to Rouse Department of An Easy Way to Kill Roadus and Ants Coupon

lest for glaucoma. thropology. Yale University,
4 and William C. Sturtevant

/ The nation's largest steel t I Smithsonlal Institute Depart- MUFFLERS Worth $5 TrodVlr.

.. plant la at Baltimore. I ment of Ethnology.RENTATV. Allowance >.

'S r fee your old belhry 7 .r

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M so swieESTIMATw b... stop aata. Colorless, odorleaa coating stays elective forsioatAa.
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Te.Sd.y. October 13, 19x4 Ggma.yiHe Sun---1S'-. ":


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CapitolWASHINGTON I Cord ,.,.,. O"OIttR" -.IJ .
I Li* t 'inn
t "O"t r AIt''I.T 1
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ACK.OS! U.F.datah
HAVE YOU aaaan I .unaa. .
I T.- b.rpl/1a 1.Stan .la culling tool ;
(AP) Chief NOOKs .11111 .]. naaa. aaana j''

!. Justice Earl Warren has appointed ? tHM 5.Pyramid" admiral ana.aaa.BGJQQ
S Sotv Slthm, Child Cart
a committee of Judgesto 38 Cnilttng A C I. S I. 0 0 A 'T t j 1 .
5 PIKM T* 0* An 10 DM'
develop plain for proriding ANY OF THESE 'inIt T* IaNAUTOMOTIVI .ounte; 39! Nuural aacaan. naanaaa t

; lawyers for persons too poor I Il1t to 11.\7t'btrflJlI aright T A PI 6 'T It U C LArk

obtain an adequate defense I In l.nded 31.'.,......, T I t1 U I. I I R O. '

H Airolon Win-KroUll IS.WIIIII. 34.!Spicy nan. anna
criminal cases In federal courta 1
Such aid to defendants la THINGS TO SELL? 71 Trvcki Hr Sow. It FnaI >>.Scot cap ana. aaa' anna !i
\ I* Truckl _..,. 16.PsZMtIN 39.Wldae

called for in the Criminal Justice M TricKr k TrvcK ......,, 3.1000.11 .
(5mmen. SOLUTION or VMTIRDAY'S puma '
Act of 1964, recently enacted U Trilkr Konlolttt X11 17.Try.t CbID. .. 1

MoMrcyclM a InoiriM II.Spl.polo. 3t iaacbad 1. Mountain
Cash ; .
by.Congress. I They'll Bring You Extra AutonwMid., MmlnU 1. ,,dgt t .

Warren also called a special' AvtwMbiiM Mr Sn'* 1 19.N. wttl 4().Du 2.Amman T sJwt ...

the Judicial Conference .. 21.A1.N/s. ._UI'f bttad <
session of U twi Cirt a. Mlectln- "

of the United States for 17 ...... wonlodIDUCATIONAl doUu 41.YoulhfulII. 4. Porkari IK. ..:

Rugs 11" .reimitd TUI horn 9. Corn end.
fi Jan. 13 In the Supreme Court ,
33.Virago 42."uphll'f 5. Herild'l 015- 12. Hague : j i ir
to consider administrative

building, Guns IS 111.515 1 151.1.. .15. IdWI '
problems faced by the It Muck Dmclnt' rrIy laud

federal Judiciary under the new Tools N __IOIt""" '. 11 / IT.TwoWd. 1' ;

law. 30.Tea I
Boots I 21. Unit oflUiunlnuk .'
Fomllo Hllp. Wonlld.

WASHINGTON (AP) Start Tents 11 "Mil" HUP W..1t.dII is r I---7 11.Aw.l .

Hiip-Mii. .* *r '...1.
of an experimental program 561 14.TII.'pll..
.5 II MIM HUP, Wnitod is
designed to help some (0.000 Books IJMId 1,04S.Shorttaw
It Wortl WMIM ........ .

young men qualify for the draft Plants I I' Wart WMIN. MI1

has been delayed, the Army abrnrord '
'said Monday night Pianos 17. all

Originally scheduled to begin I' '' M Form fflulpmontO I, ii 2 SI 1 IrrUUonl

Wood Mo. in Stoves !J. Pall t PirtlllnrLI llvi in. Mv. nil flip collirlockot !9. K.IDoLblackbudl
at Ft. Leonard J a >MlCk k luPPllMIf .1..'.. diuM cracMi Hiknmini

January, the program had a L_...... TM MPol Mniod.Crochot .
Radios j 30. Vllful ..5It4KT1(7
two-fold : To reduce IS 1 SvpglM M kwoof-outdoor |oKttwin '
purpose ib4r4
II LlviiticH W.OMFINANCIAL I ...,. rkr". .h .11,54." .... ,
reliance on the draft by expanding 4 Skates 11 11,. loiy !. mimorli potttrnHtcli u.

i the pool of qualified volunteers InctTHIrty Ponorn Kli HIM 314< M.JI 34. Irk ,.

and to bring young men Trunks' M Sgiirau' Opp115ANI15w 37. Dial ,
** nun m (SNl4 Diliponon M. Neidleftia
whose mental and physical u t Man r I* kM KM II conn Mr **chpoiura 5 I f!
Jewelry Mr ill-clou., moilln/ mdwoclol P., 1.1.22 1111.Y N..r..ww '
draft MMortiotMJPMonoy :
capabilities were below 'I _I'". kill M 4.1,10 .
standards to the point where ., 1515111MIRCHANDIU _,... OIM' .III'* tun N** Bicycles I t DoI>I.. P. O ... Ill OldCMIm i
they were qualified.The I :::'r'- Now Vort II.N .
< V Holnly, PATTtlNNUMIIII 13 Ml HllpRITIIF.5 Ws/d 11.
training was to be < TV Sets ;: 41 wtnHd M any NAMI. AOONIII Md 13 Mil H... Wanted 13-MilB Malt ** FMla \
special ,. 41 MKlllMry 1 Tills ION!. *MITI "MJIN r'pV 1 volunteers and to ')('U'IN' 'D 5011 155 5111111 .p: MaYO' OUII iALUM"" -
limited to I I1 /1,14011 111.11 115 WISNs II
Clothing J, 41 Suildlnt' MIN00IIN NU' 'DIt 'M3' /111151 I Incolitoporotod 1.111011. Silly" .M P1051. 151.5A.111kM4 CANIpS W. ...... l/.0p
{ those whose deficiencies could: .j: NOU1N11. ... _Mlrs 1113055. N C"". 1140.4 till loundry'Mtorn.M Pn wane ll4IN /II WNI (1111osrOly, N, lOt ".... SsIM5. 11141. ...... 4M
1 11 months. 41 AntlvuMM Won ovorl Plul I PPItombrolllory. '5II ollor 4 .*... Ayonue.IMMIDIATR. 4154' 0051 0101)0) N 1.4
:' be corrected In six: to ''. Cameras dnllf climM., 0111 11101041110 s1111515N
MIK.' PIT MH U conn Mr now NoMlocrift ClipAnneunccminti -S LE'SM-m-- OPININO.' Iwporlencl 110 0111? ..1 55511114 *555
cited congressionalwishes : I1. : I; TrMInf I Pool .... For our monl clilnlnd, sod Iwfnimindi Ml Memory W* trim 1140 11111 = 0114,1 S.
The Army Antiques j H. Siporionc nHwIrod 1 you. Amkltton wllllntMM/ M 1.0 Mr. C C 1 4151154Dal.
for a review of the I 4* Pull Oil t *oodtn V5LUPI I. COM..LITI OUILYPATTIRNI inn p i> fun Im* oofm*. work end e *oo* kiwwMe et plIOvllIl ..... 31111.II. ,
J tun MlrlM awl) In 151151' 5/11 Qvllt nonl ...."_ Alllly11I11_' 11m". erntimoiie or. neuirod. .. 1.. I It It.. ..... .
Furniture $0.0. 55? 4)1.150) ........ 5.111II .eoy work wook. Pall Mcollon .
project. n Cams Muni Pint.. 11115 Pill, -Pool HorO. _____ rollromtnt OIM. |reu* ........,..
71 Ofllco Idulpffldpj," SALESMAN-DRIVER 1111.551 wiouronca are pravlood 14-111(5 N1154 w..e4 =

Nuclear Test f Livestock "t. | 71 MWIW. __ HI.tuoldon'**.lonk Goof.. OM opportunity C*. M,.. .till.!.- ,. M AMIV*. Mdoni iIHIU .ponon 1/I 01r.M_tor.__ 'UU' 5A1.14111 : 1
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Set Tomorrow 'j' ,, f'i 111141?. Mr lw* d MI mm. lit Pa. 1. M.M SPR0IISIOVAL /.
N Mobile llomls Is. .... .1.1510. 154. _" S.r. porlmcl mxotMry llortlM. tt* 7115. .
: Fish Poles j r 11..11 IS. Sill *0110.. _,.. 155 11 101101. ....oor 51. Coll 7A.400 M A.M.WANTIO 11101111., 014. N 1111 o..::.=, : :
AP 110114 5A. as 01.511111 Mr ton.** N. C. 5 M.OOp"
BAXTERVILLE Miss. ( ) II WIINIrMN 5,511, .... Aut mtr. M 0.. TIllS. ".
Used Cars oiotion. win' motnonkll 0I01,1. 70101 111 55540.5 1111 IS. : :
It -A frequently postponed underground j, >r N0.11 M "It I LOST a FOUND kANTIO moil mull ram Mmmon. _.. Atirocilv. Mary Mr rlonlmon S/1.. D''.",.... III 1.5151 1011.Prl .

nuclear test blast Is set OK Sol MO U4l. mint M knd I144I4.IIHolpMilwFMil. $ All 1511 15.11100 NA.

Auto Tires tf P.M SHIM SwnontodM C p.l'I unt--a.-. ;;. .BIO. Apply K HorKMI OIl'. It .1ft... 51111 1111 _1.1111111.11.V... 501 .....I.
for Wednesday.The j sal.lsN. CorlMn Ollry PMn III 111 *
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P.OOI titifi Wmtid cot,.. 15 nome plot loot M 0. 114 n.. ..1
lilt 011.514.
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win Aquariums N et Nipti ...'.... near 5. T.
blast when It comes, ill WANTIO (..ipio. or Ills mon Njonor
lt Out of Town PXpirly4t M aloncMi. .
I I MIMeck "'OCI. FlmMr 10.451"" '0. PACKAOI ITOM Mm wim oMoriy ooniio.mon ';
equal about one-fourth the power Row Boats !:' twlMU ProptrlM. AiKiw Ml-104 and re- WORK APPLY AT II* N*, ITMTP.KT In MO* 'Mirm M oochix** FURNITURE
151515 ( ,
bomb dropped on rewofd.t tor nnt 7/1J1a1. _
of the atom Rnldnilil, Innm .7 lomirdoa.
Hiroshima in World War 0. It : Golf Clubs MINI wnlte ond Ion nurKlndi evr.ly PROFESSIONALINS.
below ., 41 Parma a Acrwf* ..II. prk. ..,., weorlna CM ncxior. || SIRVICI CALLS $5 pM Np u.NNY UNSMMMIa 111Old
will be detonated 1,700 ,.... PMM 05 CO. \ .
41 Mm Property 5 toUoKINTALS nomad H.." Air CondllMnln ,
the surface in the Tatum TypewritersMotorcycles .1111. 11.11 115 pa511S. 1r 4 DolrlforMwn. ....... 111.1141 u
LOST I4K ytllow' Bold P0111. M 0.11401 0.1111 ", ContricMrAny SAINUVIILIUPNOUTIIY ....
salt dome.It imo dm fin*. Coii 4< IM. TMM poiilHM Hoy* mm or mu l window
1. >l CoMnd Proporly RoMlM REWARD! toed Miory. MUM :!E"I ||unlit) ond MinoMId 1,115 Nt ..w. ISM 55. 4I
Is designed to test underground .1111 .1 II 1.? 1131. -... Ala' wo cloon Moiort' .N SN0aM-PISS 411 .
TrucksRefrigerators 44 CittKM lor Imt IIRVICIAH pleto retume In cr *f ... 2-5002 I 'S
explosion-detecting de Used 4 FIRSONAtlllO monowr P. 0 Rei 44M 0"_ Ph... PR 11115.5.
41 PiirnHMd AP* .
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vices. "cu.., ...un .LooN
I 44 UKlwnllMd Apia 15011 .. 101551

a tir .... "_ AH wan oiioi4niowPrm. '.
RieOIRI Mown
NOTICR TO U u* V>* >tel SI ia up
d Archer. A'-. "oriole .1. .. Ave in ".. ,
T5 City Baby Buggies 14 Unni .It
1 .... 511 lor O5 111 5.HwW111 .1.1 01 HOUWI Mr P.OBI 01Mur11a .
,. Isa111 OoonnmMt by eppl
, 1735 O..M. ..,.... I ) I I.:
mffiuI'Illy. ,1111. ,..1... ......1.. Electric Motors PJOHM Mr PortMMibm LISPS 10 D'II 1'---; N

p1.11.h. rsqulrs511.4 SI M N 0 t.l.1 .1, _.. N.nn MnMn low *M oy norvou Orwn. .or.-oMcly.. '* f

I 1111 soard UIVSrr 1 PIN M Un0.rwrl/Prs,',Ie' icurdonce Ie.be bum withtnMr"rocomnienlellene Store Equipment "II MIX.' .....11"A o I Ie. II ......!'..!!A-

r. eo luggoiMd IMStl IntMIr WontM. T. Port I a.5y fiMln Child c..
PempnW. N*. 19, deMd July
/ end IncliMM, delivery .entlnooi" oora'lsV'oro CH'LD"' Silt lit wp 113.11I
II Oflk Onk ,clM .r 15411/5 .151501 N III' I ) 4' ( I. : "
M .M m leilld anvilipot. Infant's Clothing 41511011115 ....._.... .... .& 'N .7
........ "iioj '0" FIP.I AP5.P.AW ,..1.. HtnlollSIRVICI 11 _'lOlI. 7107& _
I onewin,' be received up Machines LAOV' .-I-yn- : i.por<-owon wycoro
I IHIIII 11.HI Mien Boiler Stndrd Thn. Sewing Mr cnlwron. P.Ic.M
"... C Wot et .... eHke of IM City ,,,.. 0150 111/1.5111/' NII THIS WEEKS l IS ONSHELLEY'S
I ClorH, City MMI, ArcMr, Florid. Office M IPKlll Mr._ _. (511 *1.7111__ SPOTLIGHT
TM City Council rourvoe TM rlgM M Equipment :
I rowel .., end ell IWl. and M purcnoie a $1111 1..._.. -DTIKI-ie' / Mr ctiitdnnM I
wnet tMy deem M b* to IM benmiornti Movie I II Rodi.. a TV tank. my Mm 'It mlormollon.
I of IM City et ArcMr.leocliiutloM Equipment _Call 176.8060._
ere on ond mey beKgrod M Appilincf t PuntitwlWANTAD ;-Mondiy timiPrMoy MSt
Irani eS ..:1t.. IM, 11 ty Outboard Motors CHILD IISV my CM Homo. N. I, H*. ,.

C'rl1' RATES ,...,
.19 W. Us)<>. A.,.
I "VP.S." .. L 1IHO''AIllIti '' Pha1 nZ.J811

i I 1C:II,JOttOTttl CiofdI3MOI Sports Equipment PH. 371-1411 I ... .-. cMKron M my tan*. "' .....'. jtfdti vldd Vdttvrv .S ..... VjflSt.

O' SACS firCleteifl.d ._ ,.... 11. .. Ioc..... ".It Orlf'Ml 1..1... t....... will-kin** tnrindl.dH .

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCIPN:1 Nursery Furniture I 'U.SI69 Nt 1011I, N ... ......1... .1 IAN h.... They r
1 YOU in Mr*** MtMod DIM IM,Ia4rIn I OnlyDEADLINES ps.10NALIXID..--IOi';';Hwwr 5410 i ...... If 51551 l0h51sNI., .,..,Lap
motor vohttiei rMI Cervolr **rNO. ... woMPrhrlll .
Vacuum Cleaners ono roor III. .) .. ...* tll, tU dtdVth .* SdnHtl *,
'loMtwmni will .be MM et public norm IJ1 IK" Imd ,.. 1
U,,. et u at ."'. rctock en IM Nm ; -; "' Lw* kn .. TAM .... ...*. KIN dVlnki and milk.Ikdkd ..

dot If October .*... It. Ull ttontl. MMllioM Fishing Equipment TUM mm Prl conn I'I'I. ,HiLo'"u .551115.CAll 0051'..,...."5.101.UlA1f,.. *.

6omdtylUe.Ml. wm FMrMe M ouolioe TM. M I'IMpo M ...... Day MMro ouwkutun .._... 5101.. P NTINY.Pt. to ..... tl.w ktMMk s1 I.OI NW Irt At..
M me .
cooat>mtnt ot IM coot ol relownf iterlneto Materials I t ..II.-..* adft .r* dliaaflnad and ...!.., r.l .
115 MN0 1515111411.0151111.. Building 'or 115 N M II *5..15Sv- d.M p.Mills i quI.t, M*)**.HI.* wy N tt O ....*
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PLAY CJ.OOLV ........
duo 1Ull uMer mo IM MiMocWon unlroct will* IM IMvon Monco III.. Washing Machines Pr I p'Ml.5.NMM lotMWmwn. M.. pooor. M en* w *. yonrieil StNnWl ..1wIN.. ftdd .."'..., oarvl**.

kind. Mil CollMt "000 Jic>nn>im. < tt 4 HMD to .... tuwncln ol MMmolor / I
Florid civerlne Heating Equipment N II ..... Si AM. _
venlcl. Any MINUS wit I* MMM I *>ni
yw. and rw will ronwhi lloM Mron 1 *
Mlencl mm*** WINK wMorM Musical Instruments 1 .l.os15..1. 1.. Ns.111.155 WCah Nt Nil Wk'i SPOTLIGHT I'I
centredDolo WOMA" 54 150 .55 01111 055.
I .... IM toy of OctoMr, IM.ASSOCIATII I / III".. 1011100. 05115 111.1 lit lit 0.0
COCOON' 001.1POWATION Camping Equipment a InwrtHM l>l I.... 5505. 05511511 5.00 0111 II BIMIN4 *
II M115/Mno Iq ,.... ..,,/_. Nd cHOMflf' or lnn.f.ttXINtiP I IIUIAI0S DININO-aANCINS *
tri N. L. J ION .. .....
I J7.JIII. .IA .N .. I. fit "'" COCKTAILS
OolnoovHW PMrld* Plumbing EquipmentChildren's tout 1114045101511. *y" -Ml- I '
SINS wontod 00.porloiKO
111/91 l lo: RVKISTAORANT
UNofKiTeViAie nwHKtvot MtU UM rol* NI P45 I 111 M 51 .... l1i .1 UNIVIIUI ry 'NN
I Playthings oormd MitMT? K DOM mini. Line cotmru. 1.-.r.. SON I lltl w. MM. Ay*. csvsia -
TO WHOM IT MAY.CONCIPNlVox I Pw Itnor ndrdi .. .M ,...... M. pi.iotoiii.jpio..._ 'TMHf I11.'Is. i POOH 14 Muri a dey".' .= ==-I SOI1r,1p51x1. T. I :
oro OP000111111 llurl IM MMwInt OPM :1.r".r-M.: J'Ar.1. rNA. k. e>oomr .110 54 M 51 I. 051*

(motor.... WHOM OOKKI*: Will Ml.M Pi.'m!. Fwy M OWMWMM MrMT Electrical AppliancesDogs I Poon' 11,15 '1iL; ;f'r.1: *H tl Miln\ ti>*lIt i iI .HIM aoed 04 lomionodroot IN : 1 A K 54 54. '= ::
1511 111112 IISIS 11111110 Untvorolty Ayd. boor 1111 ky W* 5011,4 P.M
... .
.t nvta fcMdi :on IM NIK Cats Parakeets *111510-.....--54MP. B<1/w50j DININ4. I A S 0 OOtllie ITANO .... 511 5*. 101 M. II 151. .

N. point A111 y M PTM *..<* r car NW utn 11.
COOdl N IM .**.> Will .10 epelled. t* IMpeymont lotM M I llnol ......, lypt Lp" 0010 tt. ITALY IN GAINEiVILLlOn 1. 410. ....1,5.111 "A ..y'=u"1 'M,
it IM cool H ratomni. itamiond NOITIII 54A/71115. I" I S I *y 1.105110115 itn *Mi..Mof -0111iw 'M.MM t 1 otoixk Mr ... arm. at I
Mil ol MM motor vMikw. aId IMc ._. 11..5 1115)044y IW 11155505/1 liolylMMIOIIM I :'oo\flHQUU RurAuaANf 10.11110NN.N15Ms4N* C.
l of puWkotlon. M Mtk* *l M.. ixdmm 18 Point IM SIIAS M 51. M.. ....... .A..O'. 111/4110457 ./ S rot WO*. PI. O lot MdMI.
dw WWOT H IM IM.."unlroct. Nothing in'sell it faster MU1./l rrOIO571110 11"_. PIUO M/.p 51.11054 111SiAM m- HMM if, l10011 lii *..

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1111.5. 10 I 1111 ft HI PWVtOH ,m w. EMS. AN /5.1 ItW JIlt 55. 155111
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Ani HKOIM win M Wd 1 ymBdtod 11 1 111./114 tII.Iy CMood 55110,0. l ONGJCAHTIRIAlonwa
1111 o r.m.l 0.115 M 1ny 511.I'll 24 Point wp.k01114.. 1111041 1551 y I y d>r TPIWAn NOOUI Ml Mori II:II1* I P M. and -UNf..L CAIN",
.111.55. 111111111.. 151 011.Mid. than theGAINESVILLE c_ 11 5.11111. 515. .IMI 511,44. 50 5051 5a5idw0 1 mow 0* 41* P*. il .. ,.*... /110
1111155 rlM.rp 1.111pTl .15 1115110 II 111514_.... 0rI0.l MOM ..,.*. W lot ol OrtoMr. 144 1305 5111.
mio lay WON u1111101Y 01 .*. SANDWICH tHOPAVOM 511 w. U-.rfY Ins ** li'ixnd k) your Mall
AUOCIATIS" DISCOUNT <0 I-| 0011.45 Irwx 440 Poof Otncak Him ....
( 1151 0511115 1115/1, 11111.1114I2 Huwiv tM1TV.5 w wr *p* Menu / Nib
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avt M. L JAMIRMWnJil .. 11011 5 10401511 -5
MIJMI SUN .... 0511..51 111151 101 01115 4 15 M
IIIItICI II' $14.1 I I ... ..... W..dISTAL 45 1511.4M1M.. lie M 1141. 0151 11 .AII."I.I AMUSIMlttnaavfsrriasi ..

TO WHOM IT MAY 0011(504. I .ILUI $5 NW Jill 55.S.ANwl .
$10. 15 P 5115 l0MT Ipl
510 Ml 0.000 .511151 1104 110 N115f (.All* .515 4.IIl.. 044155 51. 111. Ills IIPII7. ;ii -...._- /1.121.0.
motor MMCIM rM: OMC Nil PKuP, 711 151..1411ws ... III N1.1a.r .MHO ond 1111 W.y110.s4y no a teMiti *"* Ibrut *-"" Prlod. CIMcM N..Mra 54.05rys
S 1. 50.4 NIl MWMIar.M __ ** Max lit AUW AMer ComptM dUMTl from M I*** .. I 115
it ww oj... rent M nut, WANT ADS p.411u5 0 wIN Ia aur ow M* *t |o.- ..- I .AM ta I PM .:g. ......IONIII' III"
ot un lflMom
M...OcMor.. BlInimlM.MM Pkjrldo. TM *n> .1. 0 111t ... M NW !.. ..0OWIIN4 TOWN 11011STAYANT. ....... 4
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MM11 41.14. 11111 04. N V* aww-. t.-o-. b15 >an avant PALM"s/NN Mr rijomapj DUTCH TREAT 'lit a SANCtNI.CTOSY -_
51.11., '. ...... fnm : : -
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.. r.I..4 705 wM 10aM ..1 ......... .. r110.15 or N ...... a.- ...p40 RESTAURANT LOUNGE CA'sTIRIA 01 HACIOF
0 5044 11..111111. 415.1. Ill. .11510 asp a11.rIN4.S 1111 silt ... ..... W... UJT YOUR NIWIHT1ITAIMMIMT OUIOfCALL =
told oMroctarod 150 1q N .. 4SSdJ INTIITAIMMIMT IN THIS ALL
FO. .
NIs 1154 doy ot Vo. mtAUOCIATIi 378.1411 A***. ./ I
M 0.510115105111 -
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Orb 55 IIE SNOULD 110110w/ 1 f nNf 511011 3t1fT !UI OPP 71MQ MIDI .
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.'1 1 GAYS ClIO" out the Closets & Utility Roams MGw-Plck up extra ca.h Person to p.rsOIl ado ore for non commercial Uil'l sealing: mlcll ;j. ".. prced!

:"' 10 4 LINES.t bring$100 quicker or less action.with the sailing price Itat.d I. the oel. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refundl. for .cIs that.

iJ .. DIAL 318.1411 A Courteous Ad.Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.


14-SiUt, Help w...,... 21 Livtitock ft Suppll.i 12 Mobil Homes Per Sale, n LOTS FOR SALI 1} Hisses for Set. 15 H..... lee $.1. i '

; THE TIME r PART TIME MUST SELL IJlUAMPlCO' MellLsc.ta, M, I ACRI loan II mlnul.. "ram ...0'"uI Kllk.."r"c' '''' PI... BIVENS ARM On Ig lol. 3 BRmewnry : McCOY'S .
..). PM Mrnld .. Otntlt Mitrttigiibrtd mars Ir-eond., end eelnewlltt. with eccm to LAlto .... ion Pored of Home model. COo home centre) two!. built. ( p
.nla55 p.rwtfk Mornings call m.ml l lP.OOK 0..111. Mdr Un1. Call Ahcolor. .,.... KrrryDortloonCNt
tan cannetttd to L a tonlel' llyllng 4 bMroomkoine I m kitchen "" 312.fGst elt
-1 to n.at..a. 51.10. II I
4152443.EIPORS Imte ft Um with low ...Ied/ ., I. ell.. day wotkondiIUY MACOMAHOMES
vox in litvno mo... MOW-IAVI LATIR Mr. dew family room
: IS NOW. Ira tndl mwt. e'W':2::: 5o Proouctr .protoct V.. r* you buy M* vi for too piyment end balance el 111m. r.r complin Dulll kllclun Mary ""'HAPPINESS 4 ITRItCH HIly (".
toll Mtlml a ...., I. .prig rid JuelHy' In Mobil Napes A wine m 'Inta..l choree4MII74 *...... Roll bergiln, el 114.7MPntne >. Inverting In I. iteel Home
ta-w. Waae.d irml.PIB .1.W'LL .by ton ng advantage of our boon. Imitaly 13 saltss 000.4 TomW : Mttr I '.M. en w.M in14ttor apptlntmmt built In win :i.bitALACNUA 5510' W 11..1017. INC.
.... program on Boot ctttt 1 1. 12. width" uo It flttti 'M ayaLA5GI ioeMOVINO s.c.
i Do You Haves CARE FOR ILDERLYPE0. raps ,alai.. Stpttmbtr HirougD .Nnplh. ; 5.17101101 ..,. III NW.1oct10n Phone 174otjeModel Newly .....,.t..' ..... 455teas.ine.dilioe.d THE''JEFFERSON"
.. ado". 'Nue Galosballil, or Aim, Home Optnlng' lun
.lump I Some 1tc.'M 1"11' 10 city TO JAXf every with; I
1- CoWILL 3'2.715' 07,71.. Phone PR 1.1191' or M1.nos ""w .Park' Hlllcrnt' Wind., limit VIM, ...... llr..... ..5551. CHEAT traM _rlullily. WM I Iran 1 P M P.M. Wan. modern. kitchen." Pull
Room 311 NW lOut $1 Mr ft Manor.' ....,... trade beautiful water Inn play, Auguit 14. J33I N W. M PL
1 Ctrl lor your ......: or III city Also lerge lott eveetle home In Moyport area for you Cempwe rust with in oltier 1 length screened perch ISO Charmingly colonial I
: I t In your horn. f....''-.... 10 PITS 6 SUPPLIES 15 yasn III II.. Moblil Nary ex W.de.. .,. ..... kilt 1 mlntrm IIH OeiMtvliie Dome er eropertyCuitom _,oom. t both, fully elr ..... fief Prom lud'dVs L.sdio5is mil home Is lined. : with con
Apartment tf ,
or '" Down
Phon. )76 9864 5u51n5N' Hyped tor .
built tor grecleul" beat home "YOU LI IUY IT EVERY veniem.01 |rac eu* centam.porary
1 end) term ."....... living' Huge Plorldi Horn TIM'," Sask' modtlt IIS771 enIM Lake. Sent. F.. $1950.Gr.idp.r.ats living." Note fit walls I.
WILL ,.... irmlr. III my Nan.. PEKINGESE '/ Mul. "SERVICE AI_. H_. '
House Rent? i t.Kc..k' HAS BUILT "* .I..It.I
to 01. work with
t !! 'or 11110101I c." PR 11.45 tlcolorid, lid, hour e.n v. 0 wnrtli Pamlly Rasm.hre your s are
1.11.01. halnsd, wo'ed" and httllh OUR BUSINESS" MCCOY 3'12fO. ....,...... three both"' *. .Office Ptr month .100100.5, ,.... and I foundry h.'j" and pantry
E HONEST way mm mild toed wtnll Htvo MoyWMt Halted with loving, Ctrl. Call IEAUTIPUL Pond Lot evercr an er. den. .beeulllul kilchan.Many. .....,...... All city cawmMm.' .. I I r 11 Ic. iteragi wrvlce en-
poy .Iy.110.. .MMr w51om Nalura0.hldsd ,,_..
othtr lots
bod- I
There three
REMEMBER- awnnmpat.limn.. Pnofl PP P1-47H eitir I.01 we..d.yaFOX BAIRD MOBILE ...11...... Md) wt have I llrHlectMn '.by towering live ..... down.built VA M PS G. 0.dawn K1lchans.' 'HA 1100 Includu I hl...tiful' lime built. for rooms will eutltandlng ere cloutiKllltlil
'. 4 .- TERRIER PUPPIES for you M Me.PORBVCE Will trade er nil outright Con.tict clul11' testa Hu h Ed.ward. ....._ Kvlng *n (area plus two full tlltdbethi

A rental vacancy MAID w..ilt vttrk. I days. ptr WM* I MI, eld' IN each HOMES Hugh... Edwerei Inc. Allan .. Inc. 3101 NI. 25th Sired. patio ....] h.... icreeneelPterid. end S Hperata drnilngtrie 1
or ...,. wort GOOd rtitrtncn.Phone No tan. cullOIKMAN 3'601.. ot Oule IIIALTOII ASSOCIATES ''' mmner 171.1511. I'-''''. ,.,ch. Inside, kolf In the pastor tulti It I
: I COSTS YOU MOREL FR 6-3871 ; : ... hti formal, living' room with
Fait IALI 'orobed bms0lpup. Plume 574 W. Univ.", 374-lllt THREE l554 I full .h.. i.cioul .,..
and .
10 11f.3201 jet :301 S 441 ---- "$ l ..,. .,. dining' room. plus l
plus. opod 0 wLa II mo built In Have with mitchlng
: than the ad that 17W.rkW.iit.iM.ktWW J6mcl. K"." ', lit, 1. 'OJ 70, LOwssprka4- NsO,1 ;;;7514; Lot. law. N.WluMrg Witt acrt with toll witfrMltigi MMM ... JWK double link ....,,,. '0. pineltdL ...ljf.1 period furniture.Mm family room will a ilrMlecl:
K Hit. Ph 1JJ.4911. oil display 'In central Florida. .1 which k.purchond1 and bteutllul penning l lTht
ylto1. Utl LMI Vltw, ".SOt. /flm. with tlreplece wt In brick m y I.I.h7
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Wt trtdo ,. tht Sooty
for ,
Fro d.Slapry "L"
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well. ctrport ly IllICIt .
i SHEPHERD "m.lo, UK owntr They are t .
& will rent itl! ., to 100 mllotTRAILER wltn' III mKl.dwe car girige -
up 372-8404
Ilkt worn 'Inttrtltd' in "lob MARY M. PR
pick Ml
.04 cram, bHulllull I I mot. old, MOELLER REALTOR dn up piymtnti far from the kiMren '
Il hat ........ All traiind cook to, MART I en end rear palls will I
:.oJ with IKa/ ....'I..... 732 tmmplon.., .11 Mora linn, 161.papers Call wormtd HY 1. Opon 1 la I 'ICIt W. UNIVERSITY AVI OWNER WANTS I* carry Mil IInonclng 5.410.NEW. NW. 11 tk Ave Shewnhy mom dtlightful place to
l 7' !i' Here'i what your 415 st. 377.0254.MALE 2137. III. W7,11a Pla lost P.lak. Phoris 32.510CONNOLLY '/ PR 64471 on thli, masonry "thrt.btdriom RO.NION, HIIGHTI. aut 01 eppoinlmont ."',. live I
,.... "kivntlattor and cltlmi, "heui "Paso wound the city IImll. 3 51. t bath. .tuet. 4401 NW 17111 ,,. |
14 W. .. Pr
:,1 tdK .tr trolnoo, oilm. ,M In FEMALE BOXER p.rtyLTEEZ'7IQE9.u comer from Plnley' Iclml Twsbaths. double cerport family room. *
vacancy COSTS ._.".. Ant 21. Mlllltry ..b.DS.Im AKC r.5O mo. Can 55 ..... N "' hardwood itrlp tloori .bullM kltchm. Cent .beat 4 Th. Charming \
Mobil Hum tales' ,... t a I : wn.ll .. sir, 114.HO, IIOM
I 217 55'It, St. i1 ,. an' r I ton cond W. haw .
\ .. fulfill./ writ ion M4 bKlroom mobile h....... Many tlrimtnt _. for renMele'troaloIn corner M with live oak hen _.. Ut "ma 4125 5E '11th Tsr.Sus .yiUin( lott.kulineis .
YOU EVERY DAY A lit curs Q.lnwli' tun.II BOB ... .. and enclosed, ..,.... lofi. .. ... RANCHO GRAND
WHITE QUAILOrolMdWlll floor ,I. r ytor ""'.<1... city llnlti. John M. ".edh. .. Iobinson' PR '! fII.._ cr ( i I
1.1.1. Dr1v..ct' lad.,. 3 mitre South Ir, et 374.406 er 3744571pump. (ASP TO SOY and teiy to awn many .beautiful h.", .s w. 3 .bidroomt. i bitht. itudV,
; until it is rented SckMk b Imlrvctlmi \, ... prlctd' tccortflngj ,. 01 G..II, an u. .. 441 ,'". OVER 35 Scrn .. ..... frond. malt'Wrine m lilt Llltlewood ere*. Th,.. bedroom would 'like t. ihow lamely room, living room. dinIng I
I ego and oxonlltyMMWI pKMr..e.. 6151 5 fun two both*, (erg. living UNUSUAL I you. room. Oak ptrquot floordnpet .
M'N' womm II to H to trtln tor Alochut "''orl.. 5117,4, 505501 wi' dm11. 104 dup room very nke screened porch Includrd IJO.OOO 1ft

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..! name" 14470.5 I ,..... Na Prom .h.pl.'I" llns.Pnon Jmnlry, Co. owner It wiry flexible' on down HOME Luck t. yarn reeleit.t .
'. IS: PER DAY IS. (toy T.I.,,,. Mrvlc. Ill W. 27244. payment and ncond mart ".....ctl..I. "PLANNING TO MILD"
I Admit It. Joctowvlll Trailer Sales H. CRAWFORD I
tormt Suburban
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POODLES tttndord and I Rtf ftrtft.r, pocellilng M *
U* ..... .. ., NIGH KHOOLp. ARE '.".>.) looting' for itki Ihriobedroom Let on '
per II n day ml" and I tomoltt prlcn ungtIIP Home otPecimikor 5.401 PROPERTIIS RS.A05. Liolnl, Room I us give
........ 5PN _lot. 14",1 lull I mO.a ... .0 houie In the NortnuitrWe / a lick D. 1"I I
.. H 171 Call 171 MM.IIAMIII Mobile Homo 0114,1.0G5 DI.'''' Room Yat. Rag ....., mole on contracting
: I III..per me. |.... Jchool' p. 0. l.R 14453. JackalOllS fnove end AlritrewTriv.l ..,.n. hev* tt wllh d ",'Id. Room ... .
ptr gay Ili., 22715.Real kittacs. rttdy, wlllln' Trillirt ttnctd beck yerd cermrconvenient lot. oi M. .' ledrtom DresilngRoom .25 NW. 11th StPhonn new custom horn.CoMGeroldorV ..
0 III and obit to lava for now nom., 0<11.'. Pint LAOS SANTA PI large likefronhigh to ihopp n sad Q
per "m* .1111 .per doyMl Mobile Nome __ | Dm
Estate Exam tot, bMUtllul view. Pomlly' Room I72-2SII
Phon 444-1IU. TKrto "mold Md a
DNaInc., .
1f4l1tJ3 chooli.' We would be hippy FR 6-7290
Do, .
loot to 'I'h Roomla
town some cltrut Oasytarots. I
.... Illver Springs "".. tl Mow II to *) I
.per UN per day COURII Is'F"RENCH PR, 7.4471.REAL you Push tutton Kltcntn' Nit" FR 6-501S or
ATTEND flril lation rn*. POODLES Phono tlvIlMOtile THINKING of bulldlngT Mow :Sun '
I M .per .... .. .n... ptr day Jill NW 4lh It Cell 371)717 Slack with ........ 13) to $15. PieSPECIAL. NICI NIBS LOT and ON dry IUWANNRIVCR neve, you teen megiwoodr Bieutitulhigh IcrMMd-ln Laundry 'end Iwlmmlng Utility' Room Poole Want Ads 6-6502
Phase Ullul. T'.'", Pit /bad.Prk.d' : right 1 Cell 17KI40. will drelntd ton ill Inv 0) Wll.ta. WSll Carena 0'".. located et
: {! : .70..per m.. ., MM.per dey U, S. Civil S.rvic rests! FOR SALE-Wolmtronor, mil aIoM 1M MT Lot tor mobile home prevementb r. s .. U I CNPvaI, Hto' and Get Results j N. MOM\ Strut end 13rd II.'.
100. I Mile I. off ,.,.. prlcit, .
hunt Air CondllonlnS
pit for chlldron ond Cedar Shores
f ::! :. 71 per me .. a." per deyMl Mowapld. 1152 HM Sash., .r. Phont ..HI4I. fjelrle, ,.Per oppolntmorrt. cal Key J. W.
.. : fin homosil.i from $2250
I 5107 wuk. Prsp51.tmy h.7nineont11 FRED MASONPHONI
I .
.air no. t. II." .per day .fllltillftll. TNu.ucdO" of "lobs 12 M.kll.. Hom.i ,., S.I.ra ICI II X 41 tl. t btdroom troll.er "o.-wot..fron' from $1510 KIRKPATRICKASSOCIATSl
t .iNA l...,'-. utuellyep.ll _. loll of airdrop end HerM I
: III.. ne. NN ... CEDAR I KEY 3841 or 3831 .,
per < din lory. InfermtllMulirlti M lobt, '51 ITRIIAMLITI 31' .r. nand. .. with ewnlng' Phone" 31" halt I COMPARE !
.' reeulremenli. Writ.TODAY 1 lit aid au47 WITS 115.. II N. Main, SL Phone FII 25404 H 2-1340- 2-1112
: IM 'air "n*. ., SIM .per day addru. end .....,. Marina Locations : .
Llneln ;:': =.. "sly Good condo Only" 5 35, I IR trolltr, very rtOMfleWo ,.love Mtthioion Irene lunneil Ask A.eet Our
Iaa 44IM. I
.. plan. 1''''' 407.1317 HlnmtnCLEARANCE' .
I Ms per "mo. ? Mil per day Golnotvlllo' tunCOMPLETE Cell J713203: lot C 1, 0' 'NVESTi I foolit ei n..d.d her Copt A. W. Reoce. USN Pet T......1. Pies
W6. r W I lit trailer fw .1.. Null" Mobllolwno Court .Wtll. I evil" Klrklend' EN O'lWn THESE HOME VALUES
-' 1N par me. M,H paid coed/1144/ Call ......21 or for tludont er coupleot Motel Locations I
,..., per day 21 ..1.1 ...." .,...".. 4451 I 0 37555 .II., with tub BEFORE YOU BUY
FOR SALE Olt !tiNT Its, .ad shows,. Co.d.. .bov. ..,. I INVEST: accertwnorkitlonint.ded
.. : CALL 378.1411 BOOKKEEPING N'W MOON J.I 5 ,10. 55. bothroom for .... It* Intirlor to IPp'Kletl .- BOBBY L SAVE !
SERVICE 372-5209 pIOsle 41011, room I'd 11500 3'11'
wall N w.ll' ca/utlp. 3741711 DAVID ANDREWS- The following ere flow underconttructlM
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BRYANNow nay fe
; 2( Finn ie.',.... SALES REAL ESTATE tni toiitwing ere end will be ready
SALE 1701 wild, Road N'. occuooncv 10' occupancy' 5.011 I
: SUN RENTAL MODEL 'I AVllt' TRACTOR SEE US TODAY At Palm tone irt-0101 back In Gainesvilleto 1310 N.w. 2Itll A...
.. WITH CULTIVATOR 5131' Call IS HMIMI tor Sale, III'.. you In all types 4 IR, 17 bithi, IU50 dn. 3310' N.W. gbh PI.
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: AI.."" 442 1711 BUTTS of firrozio | .e' I'l" porn,.. d .It I baths"' Ills d... $172
Drivea IAC.fIC' bv """ n 3 /t.a" 2-k.Hi ........ fyrDR 1310 NW. lOtfc PI

.. 11 LI....... b S..*plifOU Mobile Homes Inc. ,..."Oath. 1.1.. CCe p.nl.d 5.1.''5..571 In .NW..... with sea LI. '.", iI, IMKI.dletikle 3 IN, 1 eth MM on. M7 par month. 1
welltfwtll cirpetln.. lull Inevm B & T Terrazzo c.,...*. ..." .1.1lI..t. p., "'. 1100 NW 21th PI
: : 14-1.1. Help WaRNd IALI / plioMliy' lint Ar. NW 13th St. Little : rtnee Itpertt III.s::: CI kltck.il full 20 41 21 N.W.I9 tkDr 1 IR 1 baths"' MM dn, HIT
lohlo fity. 111 ten, bo- m, .'" bir. HSO down, month7ISNW.
hIM bitch .. I.. lot. 173
Mlltr. ,_ VMM etttr at 6th St. Ilium. till m.. payments Phone Company ( I
: MUSMAN It .. BR, 1 .
M 001/1"t1M .. 3 btlhi 1500 dn. Ml4nV
Mmes M kuyen 11 luctlltnl.pporhmlly. ,. PPM. I74-11H ttlir I: P M.ocited N.W. 19111 Av 19000. KtkSt.

.. ConlKl Tampa nil.dtrt I SALE ttnltonoT CMWI poltmln.Poxy FEDERAL QUALITY Save a Lot TMRf ...,.... Nmmy roan,. 2 OINI I till be.Ph. 10% dews, $122.00 prmmtk. 6 4127 N.W. I9t. 1 IR. 1 bethi OKI *n.. HIT
7. and1.I HOMES INC. en Urge corner M 'o.oIIHI' .
t. PR 2-0111 per month"' .
: en Ptromtrt. Leu) quails lit,.. OISO. Pony _.. 112I Nw urn It Oainnvili, lowtit everheid In the "Industry < n.''Ihbol_. convenltnll Dr
Mtntgtr, m.7401. o u..... 571 0361151', ,* IIIII Woll J"" "_. Mar. DAD AND BRAD LARUN Ilkito KlMMl. end ihopplng' PHAInanclne 1 I*., 1 bath, MM ..... IN
work end beneili, LOOK Tht Jemel CompanyPntnl .f par mo.2IIS. .
I you T.... yur ckeice v r
t* the future, m.... e emmd mVMtment > 3727401.ADVIRTIS I 19tkSfJ .
lie our top bred ..** 90 ...11I1'", brick SR., .I.b MM ..... lot Norwood
torn moM It WIDII et It IN THI KI......'" limes par "' 0.
WIDE' prlcei, I y,. RnanelnqOvallabl. IIR/ICI DIRECTORY New Homesin
/ .. loU 0.nsv T..,.., HOWN-r: mc.- Hope
..1.. ... ",. 151. 11.110 1 I.OS .
K.y510n5 H.I.h' Oun. ursines $9,000 to $30,000 APPOINTMINT ONLY "H" Inc
CUSTOM HOMI 117 1. Unlv Av .
% and .....,. *
4 This Week's If yw ,ilkt. i k.ury home feeturet Lsrys. comtortoble, "home tor :\e Trade Homes
'op I such en DIY tlreplece. lirge fmilly. 4 IR. 4
I baths ,
poled tunlly room. country up. living room fomllymom or Property
:\ kltcntn. with pantry. control No Monty Down parlor. dining room.
RAILROADSIDING elr comllii ilng. custard II.. ..,..II.. Kruno porch IR .
tu." pa our morviloulhtmte I on your lot kitchen. 1* baths down copALL OUR HOMES' AM
., LOT 'In Wlmborly, EltltM.N 16th A..., I pinny air condltlontd ell
I :
w. :Min Twr., lost. tit N.wfih will In MelKncM-woMortuI
HAVE Urge eommtrclol .lotrillrood with joy SEEING ANYTIMI IP
) Avenue et 37th St. oppertunlly' tor nice rooming
i ding. will erect bull' Llevf Myrlck lullderlp Monthly paymentsas MuN ...... .Nv..trnut for YOU WILL' JUITCALL
Ing fa lull tenant Olve 1II1I.'too
little .
l.tment 111-_ as builneu proptrty Lot op.pronlmitily
..{ toy 'one M 4-4457 I I IM* R 110'-"'.., 1123 I /. 11II ..TR.IETI'
I T ACM WOODED HOMEtlTETMlnutit $56.00 I I/ convenetlon ntctmry II,... US .1301 or PR 67/11
w.., ., Town oft pevidmint
.oo Specia 1w rood. SIAeS 551/5, low 40005 MM I b 4 .i.iMtH M...... !. WALTER STUBBSInc. s....., new hemet readyw I IS. I':

.. ctll Dick ftohlnton anytime,. SHAOOWIAWN Imnndi.t. accupency.
II. W U.,.. A... 1713 ISTATIS .

MEDICAL CENTERUNIVERSITY OPPCRINOIndlvltuil Phone 370-5394 90 1 W.I... UPh. ,
stylet Per You .*. 1T2-2I2T [ AHEAD COMMUNITY
Pnb.bly' \tit .5.5 asraclw C Wilt punned Irvlm" ereee
ntw krick, Home to N Wateretini. 524Ia.IMry .10"".. materiel a. work. "We trade. heum" i I.nin.t 172-b44l
% tIled I """ "menuipg iI Isild n 5f BY'
Twe Hreplam. mi A community' you would be ICI.... ...* Homes
N W. nth "v_ Ana threekMreem proud t* Ilu. In I
I bath Men at 4411N D..Ive Weit en N.W. Jfth !! I BUTLER BROTHERS
... Sir, Court T. O. I. A.... pill, the, SIM tprlnt. atirMclion ..
t HEATERS inner eeilem "" _. P* See ilgn en toftP .
zs ...... 1.540.New .
:' i

STEPHEN FOSTER Prick Hemet See Gainesville's :; PALM VIEW ESTATES I


Builder Best Home Value J.
.. L...,,, ., N W. '17th Piece lIth > $16,000 up
114 b oV. built 'In Illch.en
It New. brick, hornet underconstruction fqulpmtnt con. nut. VA no it
Pick own
your '
1 colon ttc VA I PMA Term. down payment PHA. from 1700eown ; LOW FHA DOWN PAYMENT
-n* doting' colt.
1I 1 M Ce.it.1 I 1.1....". '... -"The Milton" NOTHING DOWN VA

s C.pltel lulUen, I... ..w. Win Plan 1110 Street $100 Closing Cod
NW vm Put* i em wan I OPWI. HOUie DAILY
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$400 DOWN FHA (


$100 ClMinfl Celt

DAYS Tnh specie goad enebore .l1d J

$2.00 S Only 92.47 per mo. FROM $7515 PU MONTH I 1 j

item end It epe
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| re nen cemmerciel eeI 4 lit. Irick Front Celonielt. New finhliiiif.Price. .

NOTHING DOWN VA $15.125, $'ZS Dew

". vertlitn only Each week :T


'- I e new went ee* special 'LUXURY"PEA URES INCLUDE: DIRECTIONS: Drift West ..

M Iwlmmin. rVsl RasrSdN. Ries l"Hi A... Ten

S A.rag al Pleni Griusds Cmtrel HeejtUeMMJnr Highland Court Manor Ur en llrfc St.

tr Centrel Air Can*. l. ilrlies
will be offeree1, worth for er 39fh Terrace.
a Sew... Uekars G..b.pu Dreg) Chat.UakMll .
a P.'dd! Pwklnfl AiM SMdwdlki
it. Went Ad Special

1. I PHONE 376.4456

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EM ( I SALES OFFICI OPIN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY Builders and Developers

r r : 2104 s.w.n.* ST. u.s. H\rr. 441 BUILDERS ,

Butler Bros. IUILDERS So.... OHM. NI lire ...... b lit T_. P*. 172-1471 DAILY 1T2-S4S MIGHT ,,(-.04.


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It...- Gainesville SUB Tuesday. October U, 1 1964

oj Barbecue ""A Million Dollars Looks Like? ? ? 1 t I

NEW YORK (AP-What does island of Capri; and a neat dollars or,more',' says Gerculd.AIL I
Tickets For a million dollars look like? Not stack of 25 packages of federal but I few.are written on
n what It used to look like.
should reserve notes, ech package com p a It i' check writing
the bankers, and they
HC Sale : now. crammed with ."000 ten dollar machines."' M,
on .
Years ago it usually took the bflls. Gerould says the bank's mil
horns protection at Tickets for the University 01 form of jewels or real estate Handwritten checks for a ifon-dollar exhibit b.a. drawn
lets cost withaHomfowmn .i'I' Today it might include some million are unusual, but million more attention so fsr thaw almost
Poficy. Florida Homecoming Barbecue prize bun or the boss' private dollar- '
Saturday are available .t airplane.The rould. topped.it.,
,, Contact me today!
::" the Alumni Office on the Un. Chase Manhattan Bank "Our banks get about 25'1lo' Its title: '"How Not toy, Rob a j.
: verstly campus until Friday ; t recently opened an exhibit picturing 30 checks a day for a million Bank* ) /
N.I I.Z" f the range of forms a million 1
noon. dollars can, take. I '
The barbecue scheduled 1 :
Among them: The championran CONDITIONING; ft
i :1117 from Ham. to 1 pm, in Florida i ; horse Nashua; sold several I
: Gymnasium is open to years ago for $1 million r a dla- REPAIR Coll in for quick efficient..air condition-
all contributors to the Alumni \ 2N I a mond necklace from Tiffany A I l"fl w' htoto e Tralnrton.",Ic.. esperienc.de I
Loyalty Fund. Tickets for the Co.: Jean Honors Fragonard's f Rntorabl* sates, wrvtet m.ru
traditional pre game event painting "La Useuse in the Radio dispatched trUe" 24 Hour service 1
+ IC.LJ. Tor Ii'n.ton may be!,purchased at $1.50 ;. National Gallery at Washington e Service on alt token of equipment
M each. a twin-engine executive air- ,Ph. 376-8268 moo T CO.
PO" plane, a castle on the Italian .'


.;.this! .. : ..... ....-.. year was 71: p.m. ,. ...'.'I' -
:: Standard! Time. Sept 22. ENJOY A
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...' c.:-. ,''a Snakes Alive! HEARTY" .NOON LUNCH_ .!

.. -It tickles!" exclaimed aixth-grader Karl Lynn Rappe as she posted with a ORAFTERNOON

Would make water snake slithering over her nose to show how she and classmates arc not

you afraid to, handle harmless ones., Teacher took snakes to I Slingerlands school" SNACK/ ,
near Albany+, for use in nature study.

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Court Rule : ,(OdvtftlMnunt' : THE NEW
Supreme to
in ?
ijnistakes investing I How To HeldFALSE

On Voting Rights Questions TEETH I' WINNJAMMERBAR

Mere Firmly I. PlaceMm
'" WASHINGTON, (AP)',-'The Ings, the court
..... rejected petitions Down tls h.tb aaaoniMn'sari..M
iT Mistake fit Shoot fur the The down-to-earth In. I
Court agreed Mondayto by Wpptaii r wos-
Yltestor takes a practical view of what he hopes. his investment rule on twO major questionsIn from Alabama, Florida and .1IeJ.'u wb. l ufh ortaikr. AND STEAK ROOMOPEN
Just VASTimyour
;.i JtM achieve. His goal may be a second Income or growth in the field of Voting Illinois pb>'MI.Thu ilk.llnipovoor .lasssesdi
-1 1 i n the value of his stock as the years fly by.Perhaps he Invests rights. The court' acted June 15 on nor bald oomtorubly tote u tb Mo men tummyoooy anntfu DAILY 'AT: 11:00.; A.M., \
i* for the protection or principal and relative stability of income 1. Whether Virginia's certlfl- three cases from Alabama'and .,Mot?tuto.or(MUM DOM aot.
:J that bonds often offer. One of the moat Important first our Checks 'pAs'talrra (IcKntur* 520 S.W.'2nd A...
steps cate-residence plan for voting on June 21 on cases from Florida bmtk> Oo today ttj Octant of Fret Parking'
.* j W you can,take i II to fix your goal clearly In mind.i In federal elections Ik constltu- and Illinois.; 5055 counMn .arrwbers. 1

>.i i Mistake fli latest every cast yea cu by year leads ... tlonal.
A wise Investment program can brighten your financial fu-
i "::lure, but Of course first things come first Today's living ex 2.,Whether residence a state may deny ,1 (
and a reserve for have flat call on your voting to a person
.1 parses emergencies .
?, ; It rule consider investing who is In the military service m
: money. Generally speaking s a good ) to : )
:.1 "* ( only funds. that you don't expect to need in the near. the state and who was a resident
,. I Juture. of another state at the timeof '
':- MYtake 131 PIt yatr mosey ee a..,.........ateck.There'ano entering military service.! L 1,
':: ( such thing. It's true that many stocks have grown In value The two cases were among 25
1 _over the years, and more than 500 stocks listed on the New that the court agreed to consider rl rli
i i- :.:.I York Stock Exchange have paid cash dividends for 25 yean as it rejected more than MO
:::or more. But It's a wise investor who considers that stock others from among the petition! "
:. I I tZ prices change for many reasons. Dividends can change, and piled up during its ,mummer ,
i *:(t tlnys companies may even stop paying them. That's why recess.' ,
-your cool evaluation or both the risks and rewards can be soImportant. '
E Among those rejected were i t
:- Mistake |4>Leas" before yes look. IT you've worked ups requests for reconsideration ofthe i ir
historic- decisions of !last
I good bead of steam about a stock: ease up.Before you invest
,I ..?your money Invest your time In getting fscta.One good place. June that both houses of a state
"I! ** to look for Information Is la a Member Firm of the New' legislature must be apportionedon 6 / 6'
,**York Stock Exchange. Ask about a company's earnings divjdenda the basis of population. I I S a '
t.i ''I ,Ilt'mpetltlve has announced-and for an opinion It did agree to review a lower ls. 1
: about position and Its prospects. Then see court decision declaring! unconstitutional -
what think. Facts and the best for :
you judgment are cure a
part a Georgia
i -1 beady urgtto plunge.", ; Senate reapportionment plan : ,
.4 Mistake i 151 Tilt yoaeelf aay brok.rage Ina will ... TIlt requiring countywide voting in ,
-I I fact is, you should give thoughtful consideration to your counties having more than one ,
selection. Make sun you Ihel comfortable with the firm and tate senatorial district., .
have confidence: In I..Member Firms of the New York Stock I
{ And II agreed to review a
have their own characteristics but all are
Exchange expectedto .
,. I decision prohibiting Georlafrom :
follow Exchange regulations.( And RegUtsred Repneentativee .
_I i had to meet Exchange requirsmeats for knowledge of placing a proposed new \: r ,I. AI 'tf$"4 l .
their business when they! became broken in Member Firms constitution on the general dec-
,{ 1 'They're not Infallible. hop?nut they can help you reach lion ballot. The lower court : a
Important Investment decisions and will welcome you. decision was based on a finding RECORD INEVERY
I:: ... that the proposed constitution ONE

+- Oau yew same fA......leashes. had been drafted by. a malap- .
:- portioned legislature.Among .' .
, HM fttbtiVNew York Stock Exchange> other cases questions the court posed agreed by to ''I' } :

;snm r , ...BudMuiMor to DM New York! Stock. BacliMM, Drpt. 4-EB,P.0. Boa state may prohibit travel, byU.S. TWINS PACKAGE OFpOTATOHIP'S
, ;'J01V, New York Nr York 10001. "' m citizens to Cuba. i.' (
- ..fl" M4 M, tnt "DIV_ ovals'TW rises, a basic guide for -Whether a state may require ,.'
4 ommon tuck lavMiimnl.-tfNcrlbM. Uw Monthly lamunonl .... close family members to
i I rjou cw intuit with u Unit n 140 quantity n4 lull man thee NOIMcks contribute toward the cost of
that have pied cull dividends scary year Or U jromrt ot men.K .
treating patients In state mental : J
The !from :
tospltals case comes :
California but there are similar ] ;

I states.taws in ail.but a few of the other

In refusing to reconsider its
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