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1 KEY WEST ( ) I Their Russian built bl-plane Residents of the key said that'without being spotted residents L A 0.Y B t It It I I! S .
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pilot asked for I overshot the runway and stopped two Jets circled the landing strip raised a controversy: t 56. Over then LS ii E. DATE I 0 A LL .

after flying a on a highway blocking trafficfor while the cropKluster put down. .The Pentagon said steps were \'q sacks.Lay at 38.SmaJUk.ot40.Motk 0 E. 1'1 T "It t .. t so.. _

Havana Tuesday. several hours.The They said others also were seen taken to Improve radar's ability e r. Spring f42.yoor.fiKr H A D S t4 R L 8 ': .

His crewman Navy did not comment nearby. t> pick up low-flying planes 5.Artlcle 6 to Z r. L I TO. .

to return home immediately on whether its 43'PP T 11IFt' It s.1Z. .
radar The pilot of the duller 11.Psrnalae A S to A S U .
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supporting his picked up the plane.. Cuban defectors have entered who asked that his name not be Ib' 46..tnl.!foe \I T A R A C Y T A Mapca

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out of the sky by HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) not buzzed by any Cuban planes. 20.21.S.am.Da.lahd siD:., 4.0trlcUlU bird S..D- : ;

In) THI CIRCUIT I Every time M a r llae I 11 Space Lot Common I His crewman whose name 24. Inamldats 15.Mu-'r 5. CnDad. 10.Abmot8.4.0Acrog .

DA AND, eiOHTrl FOR ALACHUA Flight Center rocket engineersuse was also withheld, did not know fo4.t 1'1:>:,: 21. Dog a 8dnU bring

IN CHANCIRY0RADY either new magnetic !hammer CHARITON Iowa (AP) about the break for freedom, the 1 : antagoa1Na 'DOWN male n. Carol

.Platalltt LEE, TIJTIR it saves taxpayers $30,000. Three daughters of Mr. and pilot said. I r 21. Eucavate I. Sunned 7. Clllclo' 15. Dd.dS0.

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TCl CHRIITINS NILL from segments used In making schools and three different ara hereby iMIIIed' that tha lei 1 ', 'I i 'r'. 2s.Tyat4e

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"plilfit tar Dlvorca hat Saturn V moon rocket booster. whose last name Is Ander lie II 1 "clocll till Ns Slot day 50Dunbar r !3.Stull
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World and III" Kit .. ,000. Toe new tool ,"hammers"new Martha Anderson; Janis, by obM tnatar vonlcli. and lba coot apua; 0
the onto kalian af aatka afOaNvory so55 and Naas M MIaillsSicIlsS / / 29.11dswills
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IJOMTM ; won an athletic scholarship ba appllad. Ins t* thapaymaMof Slack
... aid N you. and yus will......'" H- wvl = : := Sin'S'1Isla 0i/nar
POS ALACHUA COUNTY.IN rrartng and ..
able, tar balanc nmakUng. unpaid ma caatt *f ntakMg 51.n.1I
1 CHANCIRY. : t Wisconsin Stats College. unoar any Mid contract aaia, N laid mall vatikla and m* Costa villa Sun, NsNfacnslt DeIIt.. r. 0. p0f Mon.ZO ell.. ., ,...,:.... 50j14 ,
1 ABRAHAM MOIILV Daiad thl* ind d.y ot Octabor. 1W4.AtMclolM aublkallon af solids. at tal.* and than ... Ml Old Cnaliaa II.'..., Now
Plaintiff. However, the embarrassedewklrk Discount Corporationyi to fill aatlilactlM, at rho buns duo r.'IIIl,l"i't' Mainly PAT.
"'> cwdr55woo John Ivory AD.
H. L .JAMIRWNSilnaivllU" oar tha
HUTHIU.WAl.KIR left quickly and reurned FtarMa grown. lax M Altehua, Florida cavarln. DUll and SONS.
t Q.Lt14ent. VISIT'n with another picture (HaH H,14 tha _ltig MM. mall .alikta 101'Ooi -
Any ourpWa. will ba all to yw and New FOR 1H5I II NIL'
NOTICI TO .N THI CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORDA you w Ill ramaM' 11.055Ir any balancaamalnlng mar faahkm la kntt crochot Mal riMAll WANTED 12 Mat Mela WontWACCOUNTANTJR"SnecTory 12 M... Hala W ittWthlapkig
THW ITATI OP '''' "I brought the wrong pic IIOMTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I IN mpaM oar tald contract ovarl Plua I FRII aattama amkraMary .
I TM Rulhel Walker' Mo"' AND FOR "ALACHUA" COUNTY. Cammarclal Cra4lt Carpartttonr doHa/. clothat. and U EXPERIENCED WAITRESS I ao3 I """""L IALal Of... ....
<-o Clarence ""'- be apologized. "Tna one 'INCMANCIP.YIITTY PO .oo 1:11.: .canto far now Naodlacran Catalog.VALUII Poll-tOns' on purl-IS-ma CII' f1", general Ndaer work Permanent ., din .......... 1111 rW
II ArUntanOeorglotr 1MART IIM known M I Balnaaulna.NOTICI. PINMI. 7d3. .ASoWs. Tows __ .es... wills larIs wasnlsclwNp: Unvor lty ..._
"""' I .ro ...... ....... on have is of Hubert. He'serberts' 1.110,1. M COMPLITI QUILT IXPIRIINCfO CURS __. cor*. Degree kt Accounting reWired. ,
pMnf' p.In.l 170 A.5 l twin brother." SadlyIsbit15 1 I PATTIRNI. Hi dolma.. now QuIt, WANTIO OIRL Itertlng' salary 17104. Oead 2 MIN Porn 'ACKAOI ITOIII
above entitled OP BALI look tor baglnnon, anaorri.. land Apply future for right "' ... Nl Plerldo WORK APPLY AT 11' "III ITH
17 Mainly, wherein ho teak H. .. SMART Natka It noraby ghraii thot, aunuintla .... -. lit Numply NW Oumpty Rnt location lend complete w OT5he1. '
53 ettor relief, You pro .. TNI CIRCUIT COURT OP PLORA a Final Oacraa at Feracleiura anlorad 13ttl It eume to lax 407M Oalnaavlll PROFESSIONALINS.
tadlls your wnllta EIGHTH JUDICIAL \ IN DtfanojantNOTICI OP SUIT In cauia numborod WHI-C m lha ClrwIJ WHITE worrun h> /llvo In and con auo.
NO FOR ALACHUA \.CUIT. TOl N. I.IMARTOanaral Court af Alachua' County Florida I for child/on and homo, Salary, .
.awss514.ry M saws IN CHANCIRYAMONA DtllvaryOraan will tall mt proporty arluotad In Alach- Call PR KH14 ..... A ,.m. ANTENNA' lervlce, men, ...,.11. CO. :

5urn.y IC._ C. ",, W. WARRINOTON. Ca..Minos! '...... u151 5 C55NY. PWIAO. daearlbid ni. WANT.AD 'RATESPH. IAltN UfO TO W PER WEEK Horn 1101 end How.etrvke...... TV Phone 4 .Antennalervk PR > Nay .N.s "" .11/555 M Manpan,
t-- MILTON MANOR
(JO at .
)
Uilvenlty" Avenue 1UMfIH, .. trtown n11d.0do) Twanty Pall in IIIrt 11m. Car 1ft 0 oelnaunllla, "N.1 .
"I." Daren November Yea an ": 55tln.d mil Man Ms55w lubdlvlilofl. Unit law I aa racardod ta NC.550ry.a1Ne1t1I lit W Unlv Avo.IUPIRINTINDINT saw
"
.
in foil to I .rANtIl P. WARRINOTON Iliad by 'I' SMART Mb.. Flat look ', aaoja N af tha Sara 37M411for Cell J7"'_. Fr .ham. ;;: MI 045.1 :: 'a
l ran 55 snW Circuit Court *f Alachua Coanty Plan" Ik racardt at Alachua C-" PATS building wbdlviilen Heck end N pin clot.
7..0. MII M sn1aN.ITNISU Osltyy.nl.OvORCI WOMAN far new bora .Inlenl I __ .
9 Ma har campplHtt agalnot you and that cor. brick onMHenc s s t s S s a n r ,1aI. In c. II NN1
III' NaM .. NOTICI OP IUIT Me rally ......101 ,.arM lor I. '0ennul..l. T4.aNSr with all ttruciirii win Nor I prepare ........ live to tar two Mutt know VA and FHA epeclficetlono .- manigar P. 0. le Ma Orian.IXPIRIINCIO .
'-".. Aladws I Proncll, P. WorrlnftonIN ... eiiitnti nw eno -- a. woekt born Due / Willing to ..Ioc.... Write 4.. fl.
IllS Ills day a 0cI00IIIr. ,. ( 14171771M Thli ,., marofar*, I* command yau to said I .land, and fhrnjn ettochod..... 0Iny N* clsanbaby. ar Ironing, Ion 431 Pelalka. or cell B5I074.RITIRIO aervk. atetlan. attandent .
=
J. 5. "' "' AIMlIca .M.P. Ills your wrlttan Mfama ta Mid' cauMan 1. end ell rentt keuoe proceed!. Classified OnlyDEADLINES' .
ta .
II Clark. a C'1t' CoorANdo. Plies toil :,los ar baton tin itli day at II....... sod profits accruing end 1o accrue SALESMAN. .American,apply panon Lisps
II Cooly r .. ..-..,, tan 1" ....,..., CollfarnlaYw bar A. O ItM, ana thai you MallNsr.a1on from laid premleet' ell of which are COUMTIR GIRL' wanted No ... for b.noasi round .AvenueIMMIDIATI. m Wit UntvertHy
I II o.t.UyClo, ara Haraby notlll d Mot Mils hat an *r batar Ills Ith day at Included within the feregelnadeKrl 1. parlance noceuary: Apply: Perk A,. 2J.JI. mull III _III..
't .1, (I) Imlly W... an RAMONA. W WARRING-" _.... A. 0 ittd tarva a copy al tkm and the bebendum theneli ado Lane Cafeteria aalnetvllle Ihop J72.1751 Iram "I _d.... OPININO. (..
Dopuly Clods N Slidt1sw Circuit Court af Alachua" your Oaffntal H any on Serbs 4 lurwall. ell ..., ......., electric. water and Canter No phone. cello pleaiaBXPIRIINCID cI'IIIIINCID STOCKMAN' parlance net _". WIll tram"
tUlAl/ Florida nor'complaint aoomit. 111 I I. Pint llraat. Oalnaivllla'tarlda ether UMlIng, cooking, nlrkjoretlnglighting ,.... thru 1','. aparorig waltnw wonted AND POlITI WANTED ypu Ambrnan" vllUnknM* to
J UIO 10:7.: I4. I'. 5UyWN plumbing' vantllatlnt, Irrlgal, pm. Day baton *"* win aood knewledg ofWay
and thai fill rdlof' thtnln ,.., arlornayi for Ills platalltt" and puMI. Apply Larry-l Rntaurent 111 I. N. .N1on Call. 575471 .
for It dlvarcaTula N1ttn11NNY, -= 1111 INN oniglnalM *Np sin .pyy yt** zmsazjswnicn cot Ion Unlvaralty Ans.ASOIOTIISO. N app/:/ Wapply.., 01 C. 11m.. arlswufla an rlqulrad
H, lharatara la command you ta my atllca Salon t* ceoplt ,11_" 5011105. and -- Psn ads N II III ..... laps15155 Wht.lvllla shpplrp CotM retirement worn weak. PaM vocation,
wrlttan awama In tald with altnar, ol th* abavo a dacraa pro low 515 ..-mAy NanaR.r Is- NURJII P5..5. gnu neepllelllotion -
your cam .. .
Cam la work m lha eunlcel Op. WHITMAN or aartlol., end ....,.... an
>
cantaiM will ba ,rod loin to, be mod with' In or on MidpremlMb pra
ar
or bitor Ills Ltd SO agalml
day af Novanv you .
., A. 0 1.... and that accordlni ta law even maul1107 M detachod For ads to at In Mon. aaaar. orating. Suite ar Recovery Room ly dltaMod vataran win wlihoi, tocoliHworatad vkttd. .Apply ta arson to .... S
ys1$11.0 I ,.m. lit af a modern rapidly., growing' MppNMat. 1115 ...._ 55 worN 'n den t Xat N. I' Ittti Drive.WANTID .
WIt Hanoi and detocheMoel
raaltar" an tr pator tha day af Oct- my taal af aorCircuit or ; ;
A, O Ito sows copy at ywronaaa court, tbli', 4th day *f Octo..... public ..,.. to IM htohett end bait ("Minimum" ad 4 llnti _1e.1 center Medkel Khoal .lacoted otttr 4pmSALESMAN loundry.. Ph m4221 INSUSANCE" COMPANY N.5 -
H any, an SarHw a lur- A, CT ItMi bidder' fir coin. at the door el the Clerk with ceO:: campuk Rate. salary I.. for Iwo 4.610 HI ai-
'HfUf..IIIoIII.. S. 5. CARMICHAIL of Circuit Cowfe atllce 'In ""aAiech. Mil monthly Rotation line. .
III S Pint" tlraat, "'-111I. him. Write ta Director arl 555pa I
for Clank al ClrtulCooA ue' County CourthouM M etaeevMIe. FAMILY RATES SunskalOta501n0 d. Cell m'Ji51. H"t A. M.
\ LAST Z aHamaya ma plalnHfl, and .. WIN' Unhrertlty, ef For our mttf ckthmf. and ojr.nlthngt

.;iMaOpw .m lot ::: "my" olllea* Iharoaltar. Upon folluro tin: tha la arkjlnal comply (COURT lYt UAL Imlly WolarnoUH' PiorMa I:4*between o'clock, :II r..tIII:04 o'clock the .Itm e. day mend I /iOIlrlI", .: .."... M ling. Ta TwaAIATURU.ai Medical Irench, G.'". "", ". Thlt dept It liperknce lullI.... permanent reajulr.ed -wlm AM/moch. mgr.n4cal far aarvlcaotatlon anporbCARRIIR .

At ft* Hi alihar .. ma abova a docraa pro IARTON. 4 IURWILLliaSt ot October AO: I 'Inwrtlont. ....... m ..... I I po.1'..... Apply Wllaon't 5005. A"'KI' wary /.1 rip'13H.Ip ,
:.NOW2 .. will .bo AHern y5 Ion PIa1011N t. I. CARMICHAIL .lady la llvo m help,
I 1 cordln, ) to low a/lrsdas.lml' .you ). Post Itraatalnatvilkji Clan el Circuit Court, 4 1_"_ ...... in Unan Caro fir means Now ad so.thlld. Dapt Store ..!!'!!!.-

witnott '" ond tool af our Florida (Court ....) inwrtlwi. .,.;.. 101 Sins Wrlls 5,0 0004. 5010.051115 SALESMAN-DRIVER
sOPM A OUT AT Court. 550'a .tf lapltmbar. A.CIt Halt) M'7, 14 II. MIN .A lyi Imlly WelertwuMDeputy TN.sb.rli 555. Slw 5/. 5 roNr.em I I HI.'.... Said opportunity Call M.15 : :-

/. THI CIRCUIT COURT OP FLORIDAIIOHTH Clerk aamovM ky Hubs houoakiipor for oldor.ty Sudan Sonrlc OH c* Mr. ....> MO -
J. 5. CARMICHAIL"" JUDICIAL CINCUIT, ,',IN AND IMITN' ILLIOT' AND KHWALII I moltlalyng" $ Mnao > rot* aomMnvalM lody Mary MOpar win JtmttlARTINOalR
; LOREN Clank 01 Circuit Court aarnad' a numbar at _,...... WIll nav* aaanlnicall
.
FOR "ALACHUA" COUNTY.LINDA j"baDItt'National'larK mo. Llvo' I% Din aye a wookLok for Ills L" SWN. Mlisan
anus
I ALEC 57 CHIRRIII HALLS" YAWN 51 ; lulling" I Pins lottar winds par Una lutlar Call Roam .. Lounaa rnanagorPrivata -.... aNnhlss 55 you t
.ASTON k IURWII. Jackunvllle I, Flerldo I Club" Congonlal. Hard
.. Plelnlllt, MY 4-MH.: Hood ImmodlolotyChriilmao bans Irllpont5055.. 555 $Mlro. Ie
'" far piamiW' 136IIJ110'1I .1 worker tMntot Phono PR a1141wrlto t
A Dlvorct N. 1 _
:; fall of 11 7. run yaw 50.10555. wl 1 N
Pint/ ItiartinMvllla loi WJ-A, t-a OalnotvlllaWANTID
OF THI ,8 Point .
-
IN THI CIRCUIT' COURT WOMIN H you was 0551 ,. vary IIHIs --. NN05
IIt1 FlorMiH CNARLII. I. YAWN. IIOHTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT IN .AND tams .5 I ,IM5. ordinary 1755 If you wont a now In. luo. M,. C_... Circulation
:Ni Hi
1 :R man 7,14,11TOMORROWS- Dotlftdlnl. FOR ALACHUA ITATI OP 'LOIIIOA.OMio..MV. tarofl. It you want wookly In. ratolt mm rout ...... Dapt Oamaavliia. wa, tTI-UII
",,,, IN CHANCIRV : a.l. It I la 7I3S a.n>, -
j ', .' 12 point aomo It yes con a productadvarttood I min aM 55.45. Mull M bad.ibis.
.
... DIVORCE KILOORI HID on TV and loodiitamaaoilnat. Apply 10 .......... 00'0' NC1r5s.'s I
2ND HIT AT W sobs NOTICI OP WIT Fiomiiil, lama ti I Ibis ardnory type Coll Avon CounotluWo 0..... P1,505 551-2575
.
J TOl CHARLIII. YAWN VFN will thow you how wrlto for /pp/. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
JERRY &. .. Itrand ThaatarVw W. NAODU 555 IANII I. P.O. Sol 41 alitaivHIa' ,,.. or I
AMos T..__ H..GU.. Ills wIN. N N 18 Point ton PR M4.t ,
: THE .ar. !karaky nollllad that man No I IMSNOTICI
-- \ -.-" *."..*.* N*. ban ft,,, by LINDA' YAWN. ta. tha OP WIT lama n 4 lIMo ordinary typ lARNINO suds p1.anIwall* at U-fl waokry INN p.a laradvarHoort SERVICI. Air CALLS $SHaling For lap gwlty 0s15nss...pcall I
Circuit Court al Alachua County, PlanIda TNI ITATI OF FLORfDA TO! CandlHankif
STARTS ., .. par complaint' agaiml and that ATLANTIC. bOX AND IAIKIT. COM M yaur ham Choooa 4 .." .- larvto 172-4142
t Ingrid' you
........ For ''OIl.II.n
.. awn
Cantr actor _
Ih all aatlgnaaiilonon.
nlltf tharM preyed far k 5 ...- PANT a corporation and 24 Point 6AINISVIUIUPHOLSTtRT f
i : FRIDAY THE w.doTNN 1 cradllori and irutlaaa claiming, wrttoi Oopartmant. looi 1"3. Any maka. or mod* window
; NW ))9155 .1 ....12 II. IMn,sr.. 55 55mwod you N by through' oar ar again MM carporanon a.t.1., ..."""'Ido Mliiaurl' ilaM. unlll end IIOUMhold _
Mao III IeALA NI. lama at I llnoi ordinary type | 10'' .AM, IM .... IM at.
tow wrltt.n 4./onN m said' taus' horalnoalora" nomad havingar ADVERTISE IN THE wa claarl tMatorf.
M N L/or5 IM aM lay N No. claMilna" II.hava any rtohl tint ar Phone PR 2-5002 Pry 550bmiNS-Pl. A sin
i bar, A 0. ItM, *nd Mat you ibis lharalor Int.r.st M .. lIin upso 155o51Wlnu' MocrIbod SERVICE DIRECTORY ddMo5 I
an *r batar tht tm day at No- ......, 'M AI st1Oa dimly.
_liar. .A. D. ItM, tana a copy o5 Florida. I.wnl 36 PI. .
your daronaaa. If any. M lrronlurwoll A "All ot Mellon I 'In Townohip t. South 1
ill I E. Flrot llraat. 0.'.... Rona* tl IMI, In .... AMiOONOOURANT ,
villa '...Ide, aKonwya far platnllttlmmdltrr and Loot ISO Narm 174 ChaM. atlha Sam F .
at Knot
h1f tharaaltar tin th* *rlgln l' Ells :Jtal chakw and 55nlaMbl5I1KnNNudmenN1014 arWnary type
4SEONNLas 'In my otllce Upon talluraja comply, win .and I I I. I
.Mtn 55 1014 -. a dacrao pro ca Cammanca :N Chain.' Wool af wharama TIll aalnatvlli fen .lu
1 taaaa will b* anting agataat yu *ccardtag Norm lino af lha ARP.IDONDO / not bancarroct
-"Ie
M _
to lwWlhiMt GIANT eratm Ills cost Una at lacllan Sing
,- IN... my Hand and Was al our 4 Tawmhl t louth. Rang II a kuarllan nor vlll *
Circuit Court, mi mi day al Octobari east, and run Mum N Chalm" WaalM tlabla far any snow ta M.WIlMnam -
A. D. 5504. Chant, Narth' :M CholMi. and k> a *ra.tr ankjntthan ,
S. CARMICHtIL" last M C........ .containing 41 *craM In* coat af Ma Mac a*.
I CNrb. of C'.II' Cou" land mora or Mb and 1
'Vl Imlly WatarhauM Th Sail M *l m. II 10 af tht II'aat cuoiod W ma Itam ta m* aavoniiamonl > I > 4' < I.:
(COURT MAL> lactlan 17, Ttwnth I loulh, Rinse N* Mniilmant. Wry 4. '
ASTON" t IURWILIAltamnt It Sail, andCammane a* midi M Nunn Mat da patmotarloiiy
\: for ".,ntl" MM Chain Wait af thoaauMmat aMact tha
; 111 4. 5. Pint llraatOalnaivlll nlug af
camar af Mellon JJllt.manca ISIS -,-. 1
*, FlarldoIM47I run Norm 14 M C...,... Ihanca '
: 55:7: 14, II. M run Wait la ma Waal .tin. ol Lot 4i TIll Oamoavlll lun THIS WEEK'S 'IS ONSHELLEY'S
monco run Mum IIM cnaM, mine. raaanaa SPOTLIGHT
tho .
JJl 11 n. U.N Ie Ns I'll" N SpMnlos' '' .11 lading prhriiaga *t ravitMg' ar r*
lying and loIns 'in Mellon ..-... and ft down any advartltamant wMcH i
I SUBURBIADUVIIN Cammanca at lha ana-MM Sills. paattkwal abrxtlonab and tactunga [
on 511 $055 _*.. 055 II Pr11. mo claaaitttatiM. w any
ttcilon 4-itauHMa at MannUna advonl/asMal own Was ond.rsd
I '!OO)
ID IN at ARRIDONOO GIANT nnlait bt tonieim M me policy is ...
THIATRIStart. I7V "' ..... H ..... M 'Ian*, ..-. .f f 19 W. ultra Areu.;
Norm along Ian. nit: Chas t* Tawn.MB I
T..... ,..aGO llna Mtwaan TawmniM I and .. ......,.. ...... .we Vasluly d ..... Wkb
< ...
lass It. Thanca Ion. II
S r.IIMI Oriaitoe' ..... .. .
Olin, Lull l.uSra.5 .. w.a.k.aw
". 11.11 chalna Ie"Mlnnln"ta McMan Announc.m.nts soy ...-..... N tW guilgMH g| tfcg b.s..Ys 'TC; t

:oJ 4-o.it 15s., conioMng a ail..N mar arVOU 5 obi .. .... Se.Ib5sMii5. ......

AND EACH DP YOU Ire Mrs ....... wink .... mid ...... If ........ on

a by tavaraily namiad mat autt fir tar*. I LOST 'OUND Lawvnbra TIM, .... aHgt .... ..... ... ...
cloWN, at tanaHt man*** hah ay .....*. I

(; "+ KILOORI corprlln HID. afracllng COMPANY ma abav a FWrWa .d>- Coir --' FamaVllamota M1 I. tfcalr aim ..... a* UOt NW It* Avo
i ny
OETECTIVE all Krlbad araptily .hao baMurpiwM 50 11110 1510.5to. ,LSfSSI1* "? ** !'" JL .....- r4rt air* ......... .o>4 s wait... whoa ,

I IJriER 'V r eM IsO" ryrtoam H.OniSlS IeW" JNw..anw.sla.5raN11 A N. Sass 'I.t:..4 S1.1INd anavonPV a/55ru ... pravMat ...... gmnlant .., I* fa* LAt i

aatltlanal, ar luppionitriiarymantary ntactJipj| Rank, ...... MadVkh.SWIIaVg. p
15mMM 101'S .wha icy addl. t ii"'MATH-;oanlda|, biaoiJJier atran .... f... J.Napy '
5=r A pans 5555NMM.d440rlb.d WON ...... 5.55 51.161154' 5ar Cal ITJ-45W to Mia yaw t..... t tS.siNap
vf t
NOW? // ry 55R. prkN ..... -... oM
I. kayo also 5..s ,old named Chad. pheVpR"tJi HMtnt II A.M. to I AJM. ,
",altoya5 and y,0 Ns 151507 ro5/n '.

11 IM N 515/01 sow. a I.mIMI to so and yu lay awn lull/55 tartars* XtHi'"* w.... fer ..... W.,4 s SPO IGNT )

tI' -254 P..Ii.- complaint N 11110 MM "
Plammi ottamovt. ULU. REWARD! t
.OWAIIDIItH. ,
DINING *
*

Fat_Orrk. IM HluOINTWt at* Plant*C..IAWVIR... PWrt.M. .. 'IISOMAL'ZID 91avlpISS.O1e51WSOa "lUIAkOS taaTaaad .. DINIING.DANCIN$ \,
Btajt rar a jut!
an ar katpnt Kw I7W day *f Ha>ambar.
.. YOu.. CUE :HI'I IP55 B'LLIARDS' at can** IsLARRY"
104. oiharwraa M* ....- *tTNIII .IAUTT CqUNiupa f
MNI wlol.lalnl and Ns MiMlNdary.amINN 51 0 55501055 M sN .sty slap ma RESTAURANT UNIVERSITY( INN
ADMITTED RM 155,105 will M 55555 a. h Hrrina Ivartjort. Par SOT young M 1m.. A.... dN.roaw M5us
6. rI sow y1.ns --- .. ... ..... 0- 54 NwNS 0 leV. borv R..1.os1arI.a1
Cocktail taaar
aeV1'1Ut S tj
..)a1RACdR.aEa mt Hand and aaal af Mid CALL ... 055. AM. 'tit ID"oM.tit. FOR 1050 sa1l.wkk. k. onsam arwra MSn:
DURING 'arm AMp
LAST C.: .... at G_... AMcmw Cauntv It RURI MAUly lALOOM N MOW 5lnsW ar knt a good eld. ) 5SsO- :TU I A M. ta lakb :
4 ws1.won sole .
'larM .
i fMa lltk day af oiUMi,
ItM.
II MINUTES root boar Ho* by **. Comb 4 RWMr Partan graHoa.t. .

tl..k A .N. CARMPCMAItt Ow CWoNI tw555y hr :-:0t soilSras:':..':05 DINING A a W Of ROOTIIIR NW UM SXn ITANO ... tin .... M. P. a-h., ,

EMa.y ."" 11I11. .. C. \I L UMo .... yjr711
COAST UAL ITALY IN NiSVILLl? fir mA. ,Nnd0oa.NDNns HAPPY" HOUR I to > .... P"
Opan ..
atgiioi by ages.LOON
flies ISIS, .Ols lid Owe by oases girl ta me dang*. 4P P M II.... I C.crt&55w M* prk* at I. .
10 05.05. 4tmoa. Sib old st Holy/ Ul choica toaak rolssNSS
Passiay
JUai
e raly 1.o1/1sa N uaYw so --- MANARO-1 RIITURNVbpecleiuoo GMIHOUSE RESTAURANT pncot. DMa ,,:aonc* kt t
HOTWN 5.n way Orwws .... Pi In l511d5kNs 514 551551.1S. 55054 ..5.5.151.
1 .- LK. In 1Ie.I- LMegnt. Pinfcana MS 51.70 0.00-5 A M. III
' ) enter ewioevt Italian Peed.MM TNofaCHOOMIR ROOAVUtfot THE ORLEANS

TOGETHER WfN PII7CTUt 0 say ....... Cold c. waeti Mawthanw. CieaadALANI Amoy a* -.it. pjaV UMV. Ava.LONGSCAfiTERIA. 45. NO 5355 M. VNSN' 5 .


1I MIOUORRJGt t IILLIANTifIFMMICf I"C8I.I.IHT ...id pain III 555. astuo 11- s.ef a dwk0N 155w O"4.w .. STEAK ROOM
4:* M 4:41 roM. 7 days :\ '
N 6512)LAOY. 5171,1 55 Cs055 105.. Paaaaring U..t. Prlr o r4 CMc*

1125 1125f ;-S 7.s _. -. MY Atr* km MR AMDWtCN UM rM SNOW 55) W. -.Ny Ans.flaaldN5w MINI an..1nid 50 par INN )
I j tar, M M/rw '-0 OMc M wr NsSds N5I6 :
110,4. 1051 .g1r/5NL 555w to Carorra Plot MUMPTY OUMTTY iota n.. rm m. P. Matt.AMUUMINH
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LAST DAY Unn'f'l 'l ( > Inn iL\ll. 'TOT TO LIST YOUt RESTAURANT LOUNfiC CArTTHIA Of ftACf. '

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YOUR SHOPPING I IN GAINESVIL LARGEST SHOPPING CENTER




,. r I< 11\ Clean out the Closets & Utility looms HoPlck up extra CLASSifiED c..h Parson to person ADS ado ere for non commercial' users selling merchandise priced I


Jt I.f. 1 10 4 LINES $3 at bring$101)quicker.r less octlOll.with the selling price stated In the 0. No additional I casts for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that .-.



ff, DIAl. 378.1411 a A Courteous Ad.Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad. ..



|<.-Wwfc W "tW r. Mla, 10 PITS C SUPPLIES IS LOTS FOR Mil IS H..._ fw S.I. IS HMMI far Sol.ooutirul IS HMWM fw S.l.

II f MAID cools -.-. J doyt see cad F rN .Itens 1 wka. old RAILROADSIDING MOVING TO 3015 mrkpolrfmnlT' pTJ" ,. rR1.ME"Ro4FTI4: I Mil. McCOY'S i .
JHE TIME en Mrs -- Goad 3125'. OP.IAT trade opnrtunlty. W III Sail PoroM ol Nomoi model Co 010 room living. room k ten.M (p
[ A'ralryDtl'ClolNt
Phon. 1.11 6-:18/ LOT Trade oMulIrm water nnCuinm kniol style. 4 kodroom 3 and ".,.. mean 4MI SW 4WI
hwn. M w ramGahdeerI1M MACOMA
= bale ponoiod' lomlly War. VtDMIY
: room
12
17 wert w."." Mele l M.W. H_.. Fw SoSlltS. MAvi lam5 temmtrtIN lot wlthrallre com" ." SIN SNcS .
t IS NOW. d 51db.. 110111 erect 1Iu''.... WIN wr irKlMo Stank n. Many OWNER I IPJ I Ulh, CCInouoo C1..
. '11 STUAMLIT, JI' 1'10'' .1 ncend. .151 N lUll 10...,. Give Ntlstaclerr Uvtoo. HUM ,lit". Room Ntroo. Root borooin ot r)4.7ML control KM air condoroo HOMES INC. .
Vt'TCRAlJ lir
WW II Intontod COOK Ml Inc would 1 .It ..... step tenth '..... PR .....,. lQarels PemIly ...... .IM.. PJWJJ WMW1 MMInimon ..Ira N. "" ,",1m. slim, ,''e stew 111,1511 ,
I liko work. ol h'S'' _I... Gaud "",, .. SlioIlM. will with' pump ItMrlnklor .
Only room. .
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trot ... .. All oraund nok lor Nowly ..._'etI .. ast-
14 ACIII WOODED HOMISITESMlnutoi n..55wll/al! m'tco.Mony. i i THI 'JEFFIRSON"Cr.ormln.ly
Do You Have 6MJI7. Hlnmon.RENT.' tlto w d NEW. ROIIN9ON HEIOHT1 out of ivitom Only S klki tootom .
N yn. wllll loco! o polt< la Went ol Town oH Mvod .... t. -.ond'lti.no...< wild
NW 4m II. 17i. 3S4. 1114 r K 4p 3 .It trifler III' .... Mass cuthjm 100"' city llmltl 1 IR. | .. uov. A |r Mesh w11.Ie'I Prko | "
.cod ......1I1Oft Cell 162It rood lion with km down .MMlimit snoaod oy _'.. llvo _.. desks coroort, lomlly mom tloMt fI_.... *v..l. Por ,pot tnWorni kitcli.il. Full
A Room.Apartment MALE Ins Invotlloolor and claims' coil Dirt Roblnoon ..../'.. Will Iroat ..,. kullt In kltchon Cont Mat ; WoVM 1SUX
_,IN. or Ml ". C o to kitpoct pftono or l.nIII idnMMol Perch 1 SOfII. .....,.. Mllldo.Ihli .
...1.."" tre...... denim, M In RALPH A. POSSSV RooltorII lade Hugh _. Inter Ailotl I loft oir' cwid "0,101. IIM ... Sovnowi .IUS NE Bud homo .k miod with,
'._1I1t. AM IS. Mllltwy olfc FOil Idle Olt IM1 W. Only .... VoIMI DtmI.... sale. mon_.. J7I.UII. down k. "'". 1N IE !..* Tor Ate l Orson faddy L.ndin tar) caFtanWcfS .
or I15.llanulfllld.' Writ. Iw 4M NEW MOON IS 5 ,. ewe bed.wwell'In I ACRE LOTS II mmulol. from Sad Roolnion PR 121WLITTLIWOOD .. Lake Snt f.. $1959. ITKMUI contom.porory
t. A In taro Qolnoivlllo Sun. nU : :: U cars: ::rye 37 Oolnowlll.' with' accent t. L.... MIne tronilorrod' : muot loll SPLIT llvlnf. Nolle m. well.
w .17 JWK LEVEL. I IP. I hold, 1 loroo llvrm opoilnt.d worn area .111I
House to Rent? SckMb b liMlnKtiwii Aim, now, _.... to 11 k 5ATNS. 2651 iCTcinlrrtU! .. .... P R4 Win hi kltchon. leeds, kltchon ond ponlryItoroto
., Geaadp.reeh
hula tin with low downporment .
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e..11 Nnhel Msllp hondy k) mo oorylc. ells.
CLEARANCE SALE ond "1_. ot S'l pet rswwrjovsrsJUWI Loc..... a '11' NW 515/ Ave. I a 1111 fel Ironco TK.ro are "'III bade
'MEN C woolen II 10 II 10 'rain '0' me. with no Inloroit .h..... Ph. 372-8404 kooutilul dome "bail' tf.utdoor
.' REMEMBER- SEE US TODAY MOX CHI 375s351 hill P11151 yttmtrIP S71-IWJ. roomi with ouhl.....,.. ctooottocimioi
CIVIL SERVICEiMmmilUno. 161511 Ills I PM. on work 131i1 AM YOU CAN, D-A-.m.1i' liaise5 .*... plan two lull Illod

1-! A rental vacancy nomo. oddrmo. Pw Lhone Inlormotlonoond Ns.it BUTTS LARGE oooulllul .kin 'Hi N W. OWNS WANT on "'..I.moionry sawn **ttlroobodrom ft.noncmi OCALA Mock, I IR, I ...... .... HOME POR SnX. *. luV ITI p.11. .,,t keen urtonoJriwUa .."'. ond 5 _." -..
not Wllovo con bind area 'In ttM moitw oultcs Itho.
Wo 00 you
,. Tralnie5 Smile. III w. Soctlon. locotod MlKonl to city .Muse Mt Iround mocornor .55mW.m colli... paneled .'''' ..,,,,, iwck.. 'Mill. h..
Adams It.. 1Klae5.le. Mobile Homes Inc. kvj k _/ rim.uoco horn tor your monoyonywhoro tarmol livm. room with.Tho .
.1, COSTS YOU MORE llmlrt .,'" ..M itrooti. o>wor, Irani PlnUy Scho*. Twooothi .... MkMNaback ki m. OolMovlll.' oroo |r.cloul oypolntmontt mdkMutliul than PillS S.
? shops SCHOOLot NW 13th St. city, wotor. AIM I.,... loll noil.omo hordwood trip' floor, fcuiltm' kltchon. Vo-MM or yn 4* Look ot JtiOM tootumi Sunkonnvorod peeled fe..isar5, om""n s MredKs. :
\ .homo Iris bailrA m.r Icon M Wildo Rood lust I mim earner with llvo ook trail IW/51 SelarNm..Hula aed IIoIUIM, elrry _I......
than the ad that School, P. :i IM M44I Jockun.vino north ol .,.,,,. Down ,.,monl acid onclowd liroio Kroinod porch with, pos Same .. which map .. "I." Maps of H.. .tMUM
Pio I ,. at 6th St. and Sirens aur.vetd.M5.ome EASY TO IVY and ooiy I* own thrwon Mr and ion Mrk>.u* ,..clt..... Th., era H.lor .III .ttochod two .
'I with CIt M-
1\i k will rent itt! FEDERAL H....... I... In .... lltnowoot oroo Throo bee GLADYSSMITH It.. control oir coiMltlonln. Inn |/1lilol..." en roM and rem SPIN. "U
Real Estate Exam QUALITY iv ll
,f HOMES INC. I, Call V. G.- McCoy: Jronto.IEAUTIPUL -. owes. two Mtki Ibis llvlni ury klKhon and? vim diipoiol.' O.lovlnfdiihwoihor I, N.W. I Ilk A.... S.....* mall I dolionrM. pla". toInt.
COURSE Pond; lot o;or Mocro room Wry nk. ocroonod Mrch Man and manes. T1r.11 Orr.nlSd. l ..I ..
Here's what rl' ATTEND Pint MMM fro.MIS .. MM N W. um It. aolnnvlll only. -.00. Oilier .Ion and i play .liouio Mr mo ctill.dron /lush EoenS Ile S'7I. ky epp.lsPmesS ell NW ink PI.
NW oth St. Call 11J.1717.S'IIDW.ITING ,. Mill Wolf M" evelleNs. sod wo hov. 1 l.rgMioction A...... lit VA loom *
.lea TAM"CO IP .1... Antralalnc.nt for yog to MO cwnor It wry ""' 1"". M down 372 5393 TMRII __. I both CCI The OorminflRANCHO
vacancy COSTS and ....,. povmonl end tnvww S>M oown ooyN .
p IOOKKEEPINO LocOlo In second mort.IOM 1- roporty Small Milot : W. "... kulMIni ..
Civil Sorvlc. Trolnlivj Gains.nlllt near Un/v./ Coil AnCM PORDYCI 4 ASSOCIATES INC. tormi. 4 un'lO' Mod lorml Ideal W por 'W. Hit Drlvo i I 1...1..... hit in4 GRANDE ,
I YOU EVERY DAY locrotorlol Counoi C....... ". 01.7444. RIALTOR ARE YOU looklnf ror tics ttlro.oMroom IIr retired cwpI. SILKN "on nth Awe | I .IIt. Itudy.lomlly .
tM W. Unlv ITo-lUI: ..., kooutiful kwMM we t kooraomo
now ""m...... Nowoll'l luilnouCHIoto. houto In mo NorlhontrWo CIII 3711311lewnlmanl
KFODI tor dim
l' buy MO to. llvln.
you ul room
until it is rented Ill W. Univ. A... cvollty In _II' Hvnoo. Apprn.Imotoly .01. Lake WouDorf with/ wotorfrontogo. save It with, I Pi lit". Room, w.uKI liki .. ahem "... Ins room room, ail. argil KMT.
: : PR H507.COMPLETE II unit to choOM tram. N. Will ocro /I.,.. U. nmcod ooci yard, earns lot. prapwty 441 Pronl.bulkUMi UNUSUAL MckidM SJI-oN 11%
I, l otLWwl"u" to Wilt 150 M Loll L.... Vlow, ..S011 convonlonl' to ihoMini ondKhooll. eel w. there Npsral ores lowilt d OMI -
Z1 Special ........ .longin.pMturlM. W. would M hoppy" of tone lulleele Is. apanmen/ 4-....,.011I-2-Beth lot M .rply the ,r.f... Down UN NW ISM PL'PLANNING .
IF MARY ....
RENT YOUR LOSSIS MOELLER. REALTOR kuiliwoi Stall ondprotoulonol .
M Him It t. I
you.THINKINd .....1 ...... r. ,eII, ".1.
BOOKKEEPING Morlotto. Hlllcroit, WindMr lilt W. UNIVERSITY' AVI. ot "' 11"/ ..?" H_ orlkM.. MM loti on HOME .
WILD'
: PER DAY IS: SERVICE 372.5209 k Porn Mane. 7 R 44471 you sate RldtowoMr looutllul Unlvorilty' slid NW. .m .it.t. ttwhMctimi.v TO ".
.. Strootntnt-C.M J71.JJtS Suburben Heights/ .
nigh well drained ./1 hi.pravomonto
II years In mo _II. "'"" 14 W.lrfr.st PrMrrytr Lit us givi' you on dtllvmoll
Sot "'". .. .M I 2( turn iokil,...> Suslni5 riis.nlkll Low- a llvlhi Roomo ,
Mr It MT tuiSH prlcol.' Mod S kodroom nomo/hj Dlnlm RoomMoitor J.ck De Yd, Ie,. IrakirI2S on ontroetlngf/ you

"SERVICE HAS BUILT ronnrlmlC.llrnl sma rhoIlr.miul J. W.KIRKPATRICK MM. m. ._Ion! condition itSJntT" a lM..>.om DronlnfRoom NW. I JIll St. now tuilom horn*. .
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Mr "'" It M Mr itt MODEL v AVERY TRACTOR Morni lor rsnbNlHrade.Sn sold "... Cal
WITH CULTIV.TO.L $c* Call OUR BUSINESS" 110111.. JO M. .__ i I CollG.raldr.rV' O' McCoy'Day
,.. 172-23II
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151 Mr mo ., .'.n Mr doyMr Aiochuo' MI P14, .'ot ",.... or '..., I I Pomliy tumvloul Rnom l.'h RnomlPuM Don FR 6- 290Nite
OVER M .crM M .all Iron, many OoNNr N W. 1M Stroot Area 4 ..... a Kltchm.Loundry FR 6.501 l' D'
i III "' .. .. UN ,., doyMl 21 LJvMiMk t> Supplies BAIRD MOBILE i taorlm, wcon tr_ AM, I Nan ., N. Mal' SPnuns PIAISOCIATIS 11 ...... room while brick colonlol a Satan sod utility Room I Sim Want Ads 6-6302
mwwd, tainM with dock ail dm ibaten 1nc.
MT "' .. ? II." MT Myn 'D, SALE 5st.p'_ y "no A n.enfne HOMES well (,mp. Mon, o.tro.. On Prow MottilooM Irma Ss.tiSel Slums.' : IIc" MnoU Scroonod-M Swlmmln' Pool I Othco L..... Ot
eaMde, toy. us ..... .!s. o40c.llPHon. Lok* ...... Fo Inquire' lowllWINIFRED Copt" A. W ROOM u Rot ; I N .hoIy Norsts 511151 resin Z W.II.fl.Wo Moot Carat std Get Results N. Miin Slroot Md nrf CIvA,
Mr m* .. MM pr Myoi hind balls. PItee 2761315 atir JiM, e. lovli Kimiond' Ion on m./ aMiiNssd:: cell 111214.elI II Ir Control
7 ".M. Ut-tX Jet Ml I 411 Air C ndi"onln

:J, Mr IM. .. MW NT. MyM Poe Mllen MNminemare. Lewes "51ca' Splint _.. ..,.. H. CRAWFORD $434 DOWNS FRED MASON I
:'Lr=,, and MIs III do. ..lp 1ft central ,IIt_ LAOS PROPESTIE0X1SCSI.: GLADYS SMITH
T Mr "'".. .. II." ,., dipMNus..UUprdip _rttr Mra 12,. w. trod tar wymini., Proo .
I Poly Sadie d
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mite No M lroiOR S _.... Mock" homo PHONIn i
mod MS. 4J4I1II.OOK livery u. to IM mlM.TRAILER 47151.LAKE with sal floori cor """ ., wtll.Ity Realtor'rjh.1. Mill COMPARE !

,A NOW-SAVI LATER. Mr. MART SANTA PI I.... "IM.li'"nl fenced kock ,.rd. ....' Nle- 21140.
III Mr IM. .. MM MT dpi std. "........... preled. p 5 5 n Hwy. 17 -_oars I to IEoit high lot booutlkil ._. convoiw L''IISCLOIINO = por month. HO Pewit CoroTDi, Nora Ask Abed Our .
Mil palmpas.IN. price vie Pililko Mail 1MIIMCONNOLLY hint COITtlIR4NB Sole A_ HoodhMl
Is lawn.
i SH ,., m* .. MI4 MT. My .by taalp. dvantasa OIl ter bash.ItN 150515. P0 44471.steno citrus. ass i 1511 W. UMvoralty" Avo.Phon. Tsa1.de Plelt THESE HOME VALUES
Pr rest en alas amllranoa NIW I kodroom "'._ 5715711IOBBY i

II." ,... mo. n." Mr My 001015,5511515.. 'MX Seot.mbe Oelneenlile., mrep11 or Ale.tsa. _lit Horn SINS\ Inc. t & I REAL, NICE. Hln LOT and ON dry SUWANNERIVER Mvortteott. dryeoW1,5515e. with_ Nree ook. itrlp s/1ry seam II BEFORE YOU IUY

1 Phone PR 1.1305. 1.r 161. 55drss n msblls Many liked fl.nt. Cal ,,"' ,11. acid has winded Mmor .Mtjuil .
HIS. 114 NW laN ItIG New ploWf y pen f 11_..... i WKIM. tity 11m"" A L
CALL 378.1411 Drive, at ""' .,. S mllll slun Cedar Shores REAL IUY AT III.**. SAVE!
ns b SUPPLIES 5 0.1111. III U. S. 441 ,II.1711I11 Key. TIM MMwIni. in two undorconilrwllon

TO PLACE YOUR fin, homtiltts from $2250non I'm DOWN will Wv 51/5/ hm01winlIii. BRYANNo and WIN .. reap
1 'asdrsae 1 bade masers.ry
3 MALE CHIHUAHUA I ., ronr from ,
$1510 ,
The '
.re tsrKc1..aNr.
Nine Scaled lilt NW tea.use. lellselne
M ready
........ SM -' oil J7H1I4 aft.sr WYATTTrailer CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 I back In Goln.ivlll. tar' .c._. ooml

SUN RENTAL So anytime __ In Mrv you la oil typesOf 1110 N.W. 211" A...
NIID"HoMos SPACIOUS S badmen M ball The 115551V I a ER.
PLAYFUL u a1 Sales Marina Locations m--v .ham wins to' fl 551 TlrrosiO. 1....". ee"r.ssa S.pr.DR. 4 IP.. It Mthi SIM dnSI44 ,. 1100 N.W. 21. M.I .
WANT ADS11Help NW PIN Avo.OTloU INVEST, facilities, needed here SWIMMING POOL. lotitW M L.. femllp ,. m.d.sble MT IM. IP.,1 homo, MM ...., Sit,
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: : Nams dPenmshr Wio N* 'ooclkn lull wUM. dryllmltl 4120.4121 N.W.Itth. em _'".
IiiiHiinlitffiil _Ie I/rnis Motel Locations Thn U M wcootlonolbuy : I & T Ttrrano aspe.1. .......1
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SMUG ond AlrilroM'TrovM ot filM
0 wki old, AKC roglitorod, tii_. INVEST accommodations best Gl kiltIllkrkk 50. I Mint IJOI""I.. MlMr 713 N.W. ISIS St.
I' Ml .. '_.1. plonihl Hock .... Cat 1704774.lltr Dc.'''. Plrlt Trollor_.. Horn.SPECIAL needed Company ..) ..,.. .... 1716 mo.4llt I lit 1 bares MOt ..... 5111' .,
I P. M. Owlet .iMe ins JOHN N.W. 19t1l A.... ,11.000. pr _lIt,
...,........ 1t2J alI er SrNp. Clod, tlU N.W. ItihDr
WANTED Couplo o7"oT3or"'rnon. to IKINGESE AKC..... .MukHcolorod P11555 171:1311Olds. DAVID ANDREWS. UO' Ml |'tk Dr. tOS 4wR $12100Mtk. ,., .
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II Moentrained.
old
mm dears,In Items goat Milk"htittli OMorly In'...11._.... .5vmed and ....'111'. '1.. REAL ESTATEIS MERRILL r It... r* 2.0111 I II I ..... IM* .dn., |MMr .

lay rent. 3763307.14S.IN Rllood with knUvj. ..... Oil .1 mo '
t72. ,,, ills I:M wookMyo. 154 5 Ito Lot lor mobll. ....... REALTOR T.k. *M*. i* err 211 1. E. ittkb.I Norwood'Hope I :
Help W..... FOX TERRIER PUPPIES HMO.. | Mil. I oft PlynoiProlrl. I H..._ l.. Sale McIIlpIi' INNeePharr tO peer kd.Hfwl. brisk. IR I k,tn, MM . t Por owolntmont' tall PO 110. .pt ....
I wkt. .Id IN sad i PR 62017.IIll I'U.NIIHID ., .In'urn. I SE. AsNCla1.ntMaroila Kl. >k.rrf 11 oo M
PROPESSIONAL INS. CO. M Joe*. No ..... colli. 3I4-47M. CCi MWM tar ..,.. MM down Pardl. Now Homos e lid. __
Fit.. ,It S e 37 I Is 1.lIor wIM tub
.11I. now e MMin( I ..
ond otwmo of SoS
Mymontt" m.Coll SHOWN iy
W. H. .udlhIII AIVANCIPPOINTMENT
.... FEMALE BOXER and Canct.. _
'In Go, T. N. C. C KtnhKkyro snips 1714U onor I and oil lap "H" Inc.
TIIa,. "poiltloni opon torp ARC C men. Cal Its sees N MO lee OM. too Interior to op.Pfoclolo .--. $9,000 to $30,000 OLrlir -
;: '. i SUM. JJ4-IM7' In I U.'V.' AvolitM. .
let St. .c
'f.'" District and 1'11 men.I 311 I
a95's. All 11II" ....1I1ano .ro N1. i .:-C.. ....... well Id wall CUSTOM NOME cwiMrtokM horn tar' vVo Trade Home ;
I ailed with canwkci.nn over BOB WHITE QUAIL RTHWESrTRAILER cor,otl" 'Id L. ..... MM down II you Ills Kiiury ..... <00- tailsamIhr' 4 |R, 4
writs and _". Lend OroiMd _". SI IS Swill SALES ........ 151115010 d III mo.. ,.,. horn ouch Ml cory tlropUco WESTVILLANW M In.* ai koihi u. ininf' room. tomlly or Property
) ,,*" retwM ar..nai "' .._ Llvo. Irked occordln. MOM m WUM, Rood N e. $575. No wolltylnt ... U IUISE .-0' <11..11.--,, I No Downon room, M'lor dining room
0. Celt 021 Orlando, .. _ail .,onllty44MWI At Palm lees S7HMI 'Ir d PI.... kitcMn, with _,,. control Money dlnotto, orroonod ashIR..
Aiochuo. PHjrU ACRIPICl'ky" owner, nko I U T ii ir _"Ion'... cuitam MM.SHAOOWIAWN lot hltcKon t. ooiho down com. ALL out NOMII All
4 TALISMAN.n Buyon I. Sill lot. EmipleildSemen iMcoilontMMrtunlty. TwO I masOn aid AKC ..... Oil -Drive MHl, NV 1_ sn our m.- 1'th A.... I your .,...., air toMitionod oil OPEN POU YOU TO ....
Contact Torn,. lull-' SrbS ,. ......... waned A 1Hwt lie... L.. ppaw ho//11105/ rm. wits 510..1 In WIm..hr 0111151. kullt.M ooclloncm-wolMorlul, JOY leeme' ANvtiiwe IP
.... Gills PoroiMTIt Lethal Prom chMnpkmnip. ..... teal/..... carlsllne. 5u11M N W. ::11111 Tor,. "154.N 15.15. I isfIN511y tsr .k5 _I" :
110__ 33717411.r Phono 271.1545.OODLESL =" 5 III'.n. 75th Ananile.ll .( I7rk St. Mwifkly ,.,..... ...... e.al CeelnlenMnonan tor YOU WILL JUIT CALL.

ItonMrd and Kill. Imil. Little W ... ............. Ph..10 M.Ictr. Solldrea Cs little I aE P.ssrry L" ape
I. PART TIME .id I _..... prkM rises a Name 3742313 see alt a 15 PM.SUY / MNmen54.... .prwlmaely ''W a IW-- ostalr.rwen IIM 1 1. till ITEIETPR
.11 'M. eliwld HnI 1130. per OR t. 371 Cat OTI4I4.AMIII $56.00 / ...._, "rtl.I 4-SMI II PR .MM '

MUll ba _,. ... 31.51 .Ifyw lime, ....... wUltolond Save Lot Invoilln.HAPPINESS, M U.I 1 StUltCH oMr WALTER STUBBS l.vif.1 lint RMWI. reedy
III 1110105 .lIlIe.III" mak.iii a I b 41.4 ..m MMeIIIII
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Isle t. 1 tor now homo.PMno ovllt In mo aril:oALACMUA s.S'- .
Midi moot toll PR 4-MM _J.Q. ThrM moM. and 1r .. ..11'''' NcapaSI9.THE
leans enenMad 'Its lilt b.doslru mtatModol Inc.
::' l6-Wyk W..... tamale. 5 brn.IN. DAD AND GRAD IARSIN ,"'. Homo PlanS OponM ovory Sun ISTATIS JAMES CO. GAINESVILLE'S
-SFRENCH POODLES H work end you oonoflt. LOOK ham 1 PM. PM, MOIn. f. D. OLIVER
WILL CAR Foe ILDIRLY Pf 0PL Hot' with papers SM to IN.Phono N the In/un. mike 1 Nay .Nsi ..... A.Ou.16 Sill N W. N PI. OPPIIIN Pbene J7'.3394 .01 Wilde H.mMI .
FfI M my Homo oI/ -'.. Tronton FI,.. m ant, "'II""W to. Mad r* omooro cod with OM oltwr I Indlvlduol' SlykM. Por V. UJ.JJJT YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITY

Coil sn-nsi BIRD dog for sold. Priori torn WIDE made..._ I ,.. fleaklrya.slllbte ot 'II oooroom. "VOULt, I .."'.ins tuny IT air.IVEiy cal a Wall' Riinnod IIYIooI WM.d l..,,'*.. J72-444I
Komoi .. "We trade .
5I ... euoliiy _11I. worn9 heus.>
HONEST Nfl. mold wontt Nay 481.2286. Howthom. IM. Genera TrvMir TIME" Sole models, Vl.nt W > KIM. .. ; IY ;
wllh Slice .,. .. .. mam1115
week work Mid MV. Ills on IN I milt
I own tr.01.... Mae PR ADVI."SI IN THE W K.."_ "".,,,.. Opm 005 ,our .... A community" you would k* lei.....'" Name ,
4..81. 'VICI D.ICTOIIY shin ond ......" .. F rand 10 ... In BROTHERS
- --- -- .1 I BUTLER
NEWFireplace. Drips Wolf M N w. mil
I I I Arll. pal 11II elm 505/15' ll.NnKtlsn. .
Home ... .Isa w Sill.PR i

laou'lful law 55111 "rkk 2badra 3.5554

t n 2 Miles South on I port awn with.anct I leered_01151. drlvo./errs.060515 Sailed 54111M 50. New Prick Homeer Set Gainesville'sBest PALM VIEW ESTATES

lown worn. i. icnooit. Clowmoollto ,
.N Med CmUrnv.. ,....

\j ... IUS-c. U.S. 441 ar oxcuooncv ont PHA with,.. omoll.own down 11II14.r Home Value H6..000 PLOW

Mymonl VA .......M Ml N W. t 5 4 kidnotno bulls kltcft.
2515 SIred. on _IVMM. co*. hoot VA no
down ...-. PItA from imdiwn..n. PHA DOWN PAYMENT


lass tore C.pM.1. clMMf'. .....cwN..... IM.W -"The Milton" NOTHING DOWN VA
E $100 Closing Cert
15 .. HI* Mot I M MrMtPIN
L Mouse MILVM

t 1!I < STMEM IT 5471G.lerrllle'e ALL CITY SERVICES

4 FULL BEDROOMS

BRAND NIW '64'. AT TREMENDOUS SAVINGS I pawed .114 mesSIsslsiess

.p.rtm.iK vnUdUrn II iLAKESHORE .. OVERSIZE STORAGE ROOM FERN WOOD MANOR

I SAVE 300 to 1000
iii RICH WOOD PANELING I

12,250 up
TOWERS
f TAPPAN BUILT-IN OVEN AND i
t ON ALL 64 MOBILE HOMES

NOW LEASINGPHONE i iF RANGE I $400 DOWN PHA


I PRICES START AS lOW AS i I CONVENIENT LOCATION NOTHING$100 cr1It DOWN' Colt VA




'. THEY i, I Only 92.47 per mo. PROM $/516PER MONTH


WALK TO SCHOOLS
(HA. INCLUDES PIIMClPAl
3795 MUST
INTHUrr INSURANCE AND TAXU i
; 4 IR. I'kh Pro** Colonial. Now ftottfef.Prke. .


GO Yfl s. h."LUXURY NOTHING DOWN YAttM $15.125 ftUS Dews


I < CLOSING CMTttBtiileWrt

t' 65 MODELS WILL BE ARRIVING SOON I I FEA US IN LUOtiSwia.mlee DIRECTIONS Drr. Wad MllHi

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N P.5I Grads a C.eral R./.aHea 54..1S 5.aa III I.. CHI'I M tr Left e. I Itk If.BUTLER .
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1 On U.S. 441 FOR PRIVATE f14"s..tal APPOINTMINT

e SALIS OFPICI/ OPEN 9 'TIL S DAILY
Phone 376.0571 and D.....,.rt BUILDERS
2104 s.w. irk IT.- W.t HWT. 441lutfer

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.. JS H._ for hi.THIIR 15 Heute. fan Sel 40 luilnH rrp.rtl** 4t Rooms F*, R.ntt3M 66 Mi... for SaSs 66 M'.* .Fan S.t. (. Ml**. Foe :Sot


:-+ _'oom. 'unity room, MADISON "All" 310U53171L 1 WADCHOUSI 7209: t,+ It. Ml Hugh TO0U51N0U46 "" ,........-m..; LAH6I DUOTHERAA.MW eTO. A.cALIIA SALE mioodAdi&. Ii ls( ONI KEROSENE1 Aledlan type ,
..... en ,..... corner lof I.: .. flreplece wired, for .._ .,Ick lowers induetrlm C..,., Itrnt40lt4redt. AbutS $0 1.10?. On. IeII. (0 ball'' Oood condo Blower 1 neeM motorrepolr. I 4o. or 57 par 000.SOLVIDESI heater, 12,500 BTU'l. otiS yoorold.
(11071 Iwlgltborhcod. 010vsnlool' 1.14, wo dow,,. I7M NW 1111 Jthn M. Iteed.hem. NW 4th II. Coll IPI-GIIW. 101. KU .NW nth Avt. Allies, 0"""'.'.. like; 0111. Orlglnel, prfce.leo. .

t t* echool end =''l. PHd Fl.'!_FR UH4 or FR "" '" 5,. tt JMti or VHt? FOR RENT..41oomi and Ipt 1" All Coil m-tcn. Eanlaton. ,... Call ....1261 now Hi. Cell alter I '. .M.
lIv.nclv ..
Tho J .m '. FR .* ..
PIwu. 372.7401. NEAT A CLEAN I IR Iron with priv. both, eriv. entrance.Reaioniblo -PFAFF
onohedy >
42 Form Ac"... : ZIG ZAG
HA tot. retet Vt ml. I, MIcenopy SINGERAUTO COMPLETE HAM Rodlo" nation
City wIts,
I Md,*.... I ....'". "room looms Lot N x IM i blocki. from tiled Uni$101; old rd. Mlcenopy ,...,. ExcellKit coot Meket buHonholei !H watt output. A- for J. R.Oennle .

I 00001ll Ill. bold. ..... but line. Only tret down 80 ACRES C,. ,,".11_ monogremi ... ZIG ZAG :MS-4354. F'olotko, Plorido.IEARI .

hood.Tsni. be.:,olo.dy Itubbt eon.Inc. ,i end ISO monthly if, Immedlett : boW US :, nlctly Nowbory rolling;' and, WI't of. P4iCS cilin ...... roon for tin .elltchei fency ....,g... tons. RepoeioliedRool ell lisbon,' JJOCO BTU will ,
371,1301. CWtncy. tee ot 1324 Mve HOMECOMING m..11 without ittechmento.old nl"".. N. ottochmentl need- thirmwlot, llewer ovalisIlil' 54).
tltul ,_ ,..,....
Fhone lerg* ,
FH e-7170. Portly c new 5240. Belenci Ut or 1331 SE 7th DI. '
credO tone
NHEWNumb. euitebie for pwtvrt er terming 237 S. W tnt Flo,. ...,....,. 01 043$ '"'". Mlk.lI' ed. Feroon. with good .
OWNER of belme .
M
.. MOVING, a BR. I betn iwerol ,lovely, home eitei.Only la1n5, Mouhin' C.. liS up mo. or pay KEEP your ceroete beeutltul do.iplte
FORDYCEREALTOR living ron with fireplace "III.ln (.rIO 05,...". Stall ce... SO Mobil. Hornet Unlv. Avo. 37H3J5.1bend W. of 174. Writ, Jimmy' Croeby conitent footitepe of I buOY
kitchen, ....
,
.. cent heat with aIr, cond., end 5 ymr ferme' I f. IAPRIALTOR Don. 01', OelneivllH. family. Gal Blue Lu.'''. Rent
Borage eetoMlihed ,lawn with berBOOUO NEWBIRftY.2M '13 lO'u 33MO5iLE1172MU1610511l. Tolelunken' 5AblOi' VW I..... electric thempooor II. McOenlell)

.. : pit. Low dawn peyment, .. I SI with TV a. ", Ivo', K5i pair, WATER SKIl 53. TV *nlonn... II ...... eteck, 17 Furniture Cl, OolnolVlllOhoooln

.. ., SI0Oi'OOS Pt., P10500 100rt5100'anI.I .. :uw Hili 2Ind ACRE, II mliei from 0lnevllle. .. I lot, "Call 31601510 sloe I ,. M. 112.IIW 373 freme-ryp.H3I trails IbliCa double, rten., Ill HI.00 NW comowie aIls. Avo.hI.J177yrein ...! > Con'" .

.. I bedroom homo Irrijatyetom I BR TRAILER lit? rent lot.''_
.1 with air, ccadlbl.nitj l_ lion AIR-CONDITIONER 70 loelt-MinBO "' 1..
peved end grededFOROVCI on Archer Rd Perfect for thm DUAL BURNER Ouoker keroimeCO
8.1411N OPEN HOUSE caped end ether opocle' boo.booS. Irood Ironolag.. oil soulS. ktciud. who "proton privacy. Open Ot,. II. ,000 OTto. Ill loll lIS Kenmore pal HIM, eldfeehtaned -

.. Mil level, 4 .bedroom i "both minimum' Only ) per cent down ?._ 54. Pnicod to IsIl basI. _H37t._ |."17.___________ Call 3722713 gel UOO belhroomgee 11 H.. THUNDE1Sl5DbuItIn Mill ne"
.. eoeti. Call 1744147 t* 13 00. 273.0147.UWcING'0 J.... Reclining vinyl
central hoot lOll elr cond. 000 it 2211 Norlheeel i. ELECTROLUX II houn. .
built-in kitchen 7th Ttrrece. ASSOCIATE INC. SI Mite ..",.11 UPHOLITERVChelri toe 71 HP Ivlnrude
end over MM .
KL

.. ft. ipeclool RIALTOR LATI..._ eutometle ., low tt U. No Murrey-treiler. Ceeh or trd or
living. Hug 'llv. Cl .ln. money
r ; til W. Unlv. 174.1134 TRAILER SPACE .. .. .. .... 130 .... ftor t> _... 371-4154.
.. : Ing room end much ..... Two McKINNEY end bog pop-out model t. II.*. low SI .It! I
cer goroge with' ever 1100 $125 PER ACRE FOR RINT _.01., in-tan belor ,:30. Free eitlmohn, pickup tnd delivery
II. Com by from M 'CIt UO MONTHNewberry eorvkt All work guoron 72 Office Idjuipnwrt
Sunday, October II. *t aim GREENDEATON JM Aco,. 1120 cleired. Vi milt Troller Pork AMIRILLA ballot. .If IalOibrnol.4 teed Phone 173.7710.LIT'S .
N. w. Ith Avenue. end at older hl.h"., frontoge, ell fenced, Mewberry, FH. 17 Li5uslrojn, pIanOs, .10 Don't
limit 'by ._,.,.....,. Imell tobacco ltd poenut ..1.Otbu2.POr Sath. I. cons .11" U oech.FRICID TRADI NEED A PLACI TO SIT
TRAILER LOT for rontlop Ptvito P1 43315. .e got rebuilt WASHERI UK in grtng Crete. !got 0 FovturoChilr
lotmonti.
REALTOR cent down ,leost choir" with
: IW. Off DRYERS FREEZERS REFRI.A or it I
Shody. Ann
A LIFITIMI 1. Thii It >
1. for quick
FINLEY 110. 51.IXW lTD
Of living, cm boo yeurt and vel.u ,. Call oad .,.r UF. 37Hot. Colomen .heotir with GIRATO A DISHWAIHERI. a bock Cell 372'2$5D.PARKERS
I If u
hovt gel COMPL ITI
you nCIltI"
e largo family Nod "" Ions
too a, 117,500 4 ANGLO REAL ITATI :.r.:0:
I went ?only 4 noun. sItu|, ?.. drum A slant 11.110I ITU las .. OFFICI OUTPITTEISFtastic
bethi
wibellvbl C. L. Angle, Broker 'I.A Wound] T. Root hooter, lilt .
horn* will Nl ill Tor, I HANDYMAN sHOP FR 4-OJJ7
Mrv
wee, welnut' _"", 1 I. R. you> won 4 0. J Angle, ...tot'',"
end many, m.n,. other Mdroom"l cenlrtl 1.loin lo. Room 4404 N. W. 13th II. THREE bidroom 2 Delhi, co... IltRITAItY DESK ROLL-A-WAY BED with lull lilt,
.
Excellent' ,...... Irs HooD Woolly locittd Fhone 3744127Ronchettei pietely, furniohod In good N W. ONI TOLLI LAM Slip cover, 130 Mehogony drop
helYt.IIJf| within 1 hubs of tnt School 'ULL.SlZI 5A57 COlE loot table with pod, 135 10 I''".
or I. W. Areo. IIM to KM per I
Peved ,
J of
ifretloloeutlful .). Town price reduced
CALL 374-7l rug rog, 13. Phono FR 3-0115.
ed lol-Tlii. propers. 'It hi suc.i. mo. Cell Corolyn Paulo. FR i-
: NUSUAL lonl condition Priced 15 ecrei t b-r homo; goto] nod.pnel .. I .52 :I. DUI TO DIVORCE WESTINOHOUSI weihor, 150. 14"
If MMMM fw Sol IS H.... ter Sel* I bedroom horn le thli, .... Clot undo ..
Wi _..,. HF cut
t. 517,000 CM bo FHA llnencto 7 .01101 W.ul 40 50,05 Wnt. hove s repouaued 44 model TV. 170.24
tthooll.verloui Lrg lot. f low tenn with low down ptymont Lit 1I..ble ........ 110.11III. N 5 'rI 52 barOn Winftd1vrvlcf. Iloino'ltoodI., bl.l-0-Metlc; Zlg, Zeg 1II".IIIlIed Iwo mowo'. 160. '
: SIVENI ARM IIn It. tot. 1 II methedi llnencIng. -
'HA lIifttI with 'u dO"n 10 Galncovitlop Good condition. Celt J7M734. tot Bargains'
M tntw eawlng machint. This
I
Hilt fine machine
you
fd ':r.i. "ifl ':'u'"i: meeonry' home., centre, hoot, builloIn A II'.WIll lot kept lor home You'llagree biSon you buy. Call '11 preperfy Aros. Klnc.ld rd. roar. pro. ROOM and BOARD doet hundred of decoritlve Nil "h It.I .
: Ssfl.r ... ct,. kitchen 11. _. 172-MM iff 5 113,500. CallPovdycw3714231. 1-:1117.: thopplng _Ie,. Stitch,. monogram don button .
bth, tar carport CIS. OHHOUM or I, ell dey __ Cle. .0o10. lonI dollop. staid fOI IALI Krobnlor, I 51100' laO
.. anM'l hr 1,0. to 11M HW McMEEKIN LAKE 237 S W :!rid Ploci, I toolS' laos en button, op- I Tonal' ..... One round A ovu5'iuaoi Ivory" edict inouhlns WI hIts I
.. 3 '1. I OAThS. PCI., rm,. IontIdo. If you or* wontlnt MARY MOELLER, REALTOR howls, dtmi, mende, sIc At- toninica tabio to ".,tn. In itock U priced' to Mil. TAos
aIIII T. I yoor min .. ..
: _ wino 4 "" if 1750 CredO
FORDYCEASSOCIATE
In yard. bIndIclIad." Ito C10d1ilw.d. I horn* oliuoted loll W. UNIVERSITY AVI. 51 Offico-Dnk Sou Good ccnditl00 IICL Call PU .311" ado snt000 of Ohio opportunity t*
en t btoutlfi Mnoger. Ill W. .
Unlverilly Ave
$1. C"I a710 FR 44471Ml end .
FOR SAIl 2011 Nl Till 1311 HI 12'h loko-fhlo eflrectlve 371.7680. ONE .II'C' h.at.r .n. hot *0150Pall. buy typewriter itondord -
property cen.llitln or phone
It. I IR IV.* bdht Hardwood 0117. INC. of t nonx* ltd forty 4 ACRES OP LlVI OAK HAM.MDtI 'TURiTYIUlLOiNG .' .nd oIl GI .Ioc''c re.ti. teblel, adding ..It.I..., checkwrlteri
flom, ton Fit. rm. with ",.. COMPLITI. Grace FOROVCI RIALTOR ecm would be Idoel-l I. n. ( Oil Levy LaN.' 05 ml. 1101 W. UnivatlitY, ..... P1,01, Ciass DINING ROOM lUlU meheg.ny. Phone FR 1.3370. I caih reglitcre colculoton .
,,_, pertly .,.-....). cm* t. 4 IPi. I both home. A 'ASSOCIATES I $.., -.,.. room FlrtplKmoHnry from Mad C..,., "500. OHIO Ipece. Air ....0. eitv, ,. noo or will sill plcii, top flit ceblntti, ate. Top-notch ,
lendoeeeea. LY furniihtd OIH wnhor dry" H.. ., Benlon Dudley Oouldan ..,,,, Janitor FOR SAL Motorolo' TV. 13" '. 0
KlMoli. lot "" "ruellonWli/ Gladys Imll'' .u., tor off. perking. now rtbulit and uted mochihitit
: T.. .HIa r.": "0. Nl 113000.Ird A.lee.. ti opprecleH.Ill 0. C. Coy Dick Souls londicopid-oprlnklor' oyitem W Unlv_ 372-5313 eervlce ...11..... Call FR .._ arotoly.FR 6.5122 ecreon, 130. Moy be soon it loif low price. '

1744101.WAT1RFROHT. Frtncn Hough, SinaI, Ooulden 1320 ft. ala frenteoo Loceled or FR t-34lf: NW :34th Tor."ELLA'S We Mrvlci ell typm ., sIlos ,
Multiple RotltorIM 10
Llillng OIL-tIRCULATING
.. W. Un',,. :370.HM 21 ..II.. last tt G'nn.lII.' I 41 Color*",] Property TWO .11I..., |lost completed, tint nod catd. Priced 170 HIATERS.11110 135. CERAMICS equlpmtnt. MOST REASONABLE -
ml. South PalatEs, HwyJuil cine 340 M. ft. to ooch office D02 N. Mliv. Call 372.374, FULLY OUARANTEEOPROCTI.
:. M DUPLEX N.W. SECTION the .rIII.for reel llvln; HOMES FIIR 5A 173 per month ooch. Loceted14IJ Open f AM3FM Cloud ThunMon UNIVIIISITY O'PlCI SOUIP.A .

.. YOU A ASKED[ MODEls, nut. t-bedroom unlit ..d..., liming (III to, 111 bedroomi SI I4tn It. 1. NW. alIt It, NltlonwldoImurenco TYPIST copy holder. UOi ret In.lehed Wed A Fr. Nlghll 7 II PbS CHOCK CO. I
Ampll, llorege ore* c.......... eppolnlmont-FP;. JJ417.ASSOCIATES 7th Av*, email down pvment. I FP. 4-JJ14. wood typlil choir, Ill, E.- '''II. 1111 I. Unl. Am 1127 HIY' Ill II.
-I Good WIll''1 monthly' ..,....,* 157 I* MAIM cellent .11110,.. reck.: hal nil PU .SItf SI 10513 5?. P1_ 10'
... .Ltrg* tpeclout 4 IR' I both., :sdhsvoi: 1',1',; :;'= hornet built on your lot 54 inlnoii .,,,.1. Nl 13th 7or,.,..

C ,, woolly room wltn "flreplec, 1701NIW Call LII JIclojon -. ..,lime J. Fred Ouy Joys lutterwattfi will no d..n poynsnl., ,... FOR IALI one Dun storm kero4th .

-1. un Ilvs'oa Am Cad for 'DV,. 37w.t.. Co,. J. W. Oovli H. J. Wiltshire' FR 14115. =OR LEASE 1500 .... ft. office' end Sin. ttoat,? 123, 501:4 d000illno5I RETURNED FROM

C t LHTIN fOR iiI! Emit Tow siottyFRED, -.--- Multiple Llitlnp LOTI ....Ih...... UU per .... Concrete .nc.ilalten I P.M. 10$ SE
: PI, Phono 371-770.
Id. ntor tctwoll" t M. *. t I em (nttrmted In buying leverI '- blk. building, good ....11.. end
.full ...,... ,,. kltchM lendicipodytrd. PARRISHPRESENTS Ion it Ih* right price. Cell plenty of pirklng. Cell ALA. ilVIAWAV PRICE on ..."". MODEL HOME DISPLAY
:f_ 371-4115. 034CMUA. .5, clothing, kltchM utenilH deceretlve .
IIAL TV. A550CIATOS.. ertlciei, ooortlng ewip.ment .
I INCOMUf MOVE In 373.2411.P00 ....h.II.. cheiti, eiiorlododdi 5 Complete Rooms Furnitur.,

Ip. frimi ?.otdwoC. =:' Unto. $$65 Mo. ARNOLDREALTOR Now horn CCI. Low 1 down bedroom,.,...one.,. loceted both- lASS .0.000 .... II. 51.00bubidinl end tndt. After ) P.M.
} wtttl tettbJIinodvll'nt comoflot 541 NW 34th It
... IVm'..... 1 ovoID III 0.1_ 'I PIRFCCT IdE. Hth 7000.MCoy W. Un'v.' Am. Prics fIOII AppJioncit/ fr Carpeting
AND FRIVATI. IK,. lulldart per mo. Cell Htriholl Hoynei,
... ed on 0 deed end Itreet" hi. Lit. day 174ntgnlahti FR 4-241 or I. .. MlnlU' FR SINGERSLANT0MATIC ConsistS, of 1 PC. L" I. nylon covered toll end motchlng club

.. cort IIow...,. Till' ottrectlve I bed. 176-WH 4-7111. choir, three ,.bl.., two decerlttr lempl. I pc. I.K... with tripledrnier

tw N. W 1211 dvi. ton. bunt. t both Items with con.rel SMALL warehouse for ,..t. choit end !bookcoit .bed boo your clock ''''0. tocondbedroom
: ;! modltto oceveency. loc.IIwo$ 2 & 3 bedraasdl LARGE 4 BEDROOM >Florlde hoot end air conditioning. 41.1 COLORID RINTAIS DAN BYRD conilttt of irupie bunk .bed for It. bids Femlly Hieddinette ,

.. __ tlMII Pour .bedroom I III"'.. pentl- and" room, build-in kltchn Appron. 7 mo. aid don eirtrything formic' top toblt W foam podded chairs, Kitchen complete .
walkino dl".ce It Ohs :11IO NiCE' freihly pointed' houH oft NlIth 376.8268. with oul .11"'. Mokn but.tonholn '.. .
ltd Florid Room, control, he.ttnf 0lmtttl,.. cl.... with 51 pc. Ml of d' ... compete eel of .port A pent
: oCr, ctndlilonlni 'In scull ..... with txtri lot. Only 1110oWn. FOR ITORI A WAREHOUSE sows en buttoni. blind looming porcoltln, It" reuse with oven, broiler, tnd itoreoe
MARY Idlowlid Tbtls ....... ,Is bal. sary poy015nts, Demi, etc Pay Pal l 1. of 1111 or ,
by IIlIn IDEAL LOCATION In bIds WllJl pace, call John Merrill Reel".,. taNs pey.' 01 IT" per m.. I Oacosiooa '! Admlrol, relrlgeretor' with crontep freezer
up
tnt yeer eld, end will eccommotit Perk home that It convenient Call _____ 3711414 11<0I.1 call writ Jimmy Cnby. cI...,, ehelvei, 'In door. Regultr' price' thli" group 11611.l Now It
: MOELLER Garage & carport I bit. "", II,. JI2.MO.IIO.MO: to both olementory" end high' ) NOW RENTING Oen Del., Oelneivllle., Ou*. con bo bought for enlyi ,

; S Plattdrtd walli school Ixc'1 oolohodoood, .. I S< ......... OppertunrlioiPROFIT InmeWE .
COLORED ultr modern I IR duple
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bsdrto. "biin,4i51. .
''REALTOR Formica cobirttti THree bedroom; *-1iOitt Ilooto. e.,. accupolcy.hACK oprtmntl solo living and ABLI WANT TO buy Ito model uledrofrlgorotorl. 5599No
AND
Bullf-lt kitehtmTgrraisa loll, 11III. /IOrCh. Hic.. ACRI9 I wonderfully dining eree, modern kitchen' with YOUNG iNCeptlonilly" High'
OROWINO uUSINIM In G.I.-
ly ,lendic'eped ..,. luctllonl bill IradlIltosO' fan Torg etorege clOMte ten .. Iredelni' now given.WILSON'S .
rot floats. 0 bi
....
WI W. S flooriBorhvanltlu vino. ".0''. 00*. 130000 tooll.
.. .' .UnlvtrejtyAvt. MtMlel 1050.SPECIAL. room. I ..."'.. t.ni1 room will 10. lloon, tilt ..."'.. ipact heeler Return In excel 124,000 ....... EXCHANGE
... Member, Multiple. Ltitlnf' 00 "d bId 11..1_. 05010.11 din. and hot wolor heeler fociilpeved __!ly_Ml A, CnlriMvlllt Sun 111 11. let Street Phon. FR **47Q. money down Tgrmt $5 wk. ThIs group !I. all brood
1150 lor macpin... and
All city utllitloiSldtwolki 3 BEDROOM In..m diob.ncs walItbiol
wohinl I. LI
An.clstiiI IIn'' 11010 school.INIXPINII11O. ." ..... lee ., H I. I hTer. QUAILS for solo hvo or new Hssb.ooo en .d'uplay ...1,. Set It .! "
.. W. Moollor FeStlo JutS lltttd. I1I.2M FMA. IMI
f I W.nt.4 t* Ivy
er cell for appointment' 371- dressed Phone 4812674.
II irsit Orwobsilpujiw own, tw per month .IncludingcendlHen. \
.. Cntrll MIye
ta.IS 054 bnsuronc.. P.rl : I INtel,..... horns _5:121: Or 3n-m. NATIONALFurniture
.. Oek Keen. tenoned In 0504 condition aa.tod IA o lo COIlS WANTEDAll CITIZEN BAND RADIOS
.. $11,250-$12,550 porch, dripo, dripery rods .Idiot, tor home builneu.LOVILV 44 Cerlif lor Hint US. end foreign slIm New end Used. MOomplett

: FOSTER tnt venetlen Hindi, Include blurs, hots..d INI line el photo lupollllLF
Aol alouD our Dwlb11 Vow PHd PIHAHCIHCI I bidroono. I-.R, OunlshadOor tlnale porsoror holt dolleri.REBEL 'UII U'I POlO INC. Warehouse 1
HEIGHTS M.itoy Inch 0"*." $6.000 masonry Ponwo ...11.. it .''Iy couple, hot end cold wotor STAMP A COIN SHOP Ill W. Unl. Mo. '1110711

vo: LtutW 5IN.W.371tP1011& I 1"00". 1 ball .Itomi ton 10m" :;' -rcJ;: loll 01 511.111.to vu.illIsd 000 Included. J.In W.rent Klrkpetrlck at US, Cir Agm.cy noomiry. tot W. unlv".lty Ave. PIE SEASON SPECIAL' ..11111Oct. 1(22 leech .1.... M 9-25(1

O ... u.NOb.swbrbckhsmMSIIdsf. wit wile*.can Ook mokt......tome bbro9llcL InkRrovtment I II N. Main It Call 37IK04.IR .: MIChl.." > Tooklor .GAS IS 0511''lAm"I-: : 5100 D.U"" .....,... enywhiri.

ctmtructlon..... VA Pick. PHA your Ttrnw.ewncolon lOO c8sh VA ACRII WOODED LOTIIn I no children.. furnlihod 3037 college IW Archer, no pete, > cylinders Slut, ,eomplit" nor-sas Jec.tenvill Florid
: $$1 tucellont NW locotlon. Rn Rd. ACSoilduasri J. 0. A $1.4. Ill.I. mil Initeiiotlon, rotdy to "heeloconemlcoiiy
l ARNOLDREALTY '. HtM tnd FR 1513.: Shoal Fergueon new groundplowi oil .
on I, td, poved II'" up Irlllon cuitipickir l> .....- coil only 111 35 down for )144. U total Open Daily 9.9; Sat. 9.6; Sun. 126.

| $wuId. IMCM SrI. rotary" noowor. It. I 001.4. PROFANI LF SAl
CMIA .. M. M.
: COMPANY 45 rumhkddl ApH.IR weed chopperif. big ott tot dlKhorrowi Arch.. SI.. PS .111.
1. ILW. loll POllS III lOI$ Plot.$3Y5cash Multiple' Lilting Mtmbtrill big' J. D. tool, wheel
01 ifMM tr tnim W. Unlv Avenue J7MS71 I FURN AFT Duplt' .. nice lcetlon. .. loocloni Pl'ol 4621754. ,

.. AsssclotssuJliv I PARRISH Couple preferred 311 NW
... $ fIlA .lwsa.rI Joys CoIdwolIP. ___l,th It. 37H3I otter I:;:30 F. M. 64 Nouih M. Gash
... w. H..... 5011 K.ilnoaOWilts ,
I SO lurolohod .pt. downstairs..
1 tcdd.rd Jbmrn Grants ASSOCIATES' Inc. FOR iAl' WinO' chOl'. '
t. 4101,11' room. I.. bibclt.no" .. 11'
I IR,, from* MUM 50 I 40 0 IIIlot. H. WAYNI HILL upholeleryi" ,,".11 blut Sll5.cav.sold -
: Living room Wettr turn I7S moUF _
NEW ton. CAROLYN FOOLIYHILIN
tat to II
II. mm 10 i '
5 In
choir Salt
Mm III saso "'" I It. at 030Is good clod

: MODELS toll WIll. Price end otelK_I..k.nGO _n "bill. MARY PARRISHIt ORAHAM '' Ill. A...... P0- 14510.TIAILE30'sVlorsnlouprl.. CALL 37MM1BRITANNICAl "

HUGH Mil II tnt ..... Fnene '1" Nl Flnt Street POIGIDAIIE SIPSIOEOATOI Iacv % This Week'svr9TLixcJ

: mi FOR IALI IV OWNIR- -I 1*: voto lob 011 Anti, .load IIIOO 0.. 4 not .''d. 1101 wills 1.pr.

Plow Opson EDWARDS eel......., UN down end e. m mt. Cell 17"0. .u.rontot. C.III72-I .

: DIlly 10.. STOP, LOOK, LIVE sums U4 m*. Inqulnot ISo. turnllhN aol.. wallr Iu. gtooi 110
::"T: rugweeherdryor
VIlIe.. .... Itep by Mel N. w. utti Ay*. m. IrH NW .. ., 'er eel 1111154, 4141 SW I2Ih Tor. 161 550no. "", "' ''It., HOOi,
INC. teke good took ot otis HIM FR M777hi .. No children or poll. PlutoPIS.2lllsvPSd.1135a.d ..
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... lobs, iteve, mi teblee,
CeINIII Ill II.05M0S0107sOlsoi I 05, ..11I Cl ,home with con. THOu L. Si's. I lull bitt.. built for Mr. Hm,001.IPPICIENCY : ejH IJCj .h." .. IMi dlnett, III, ; ? !
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loll Met end _I"on. Oor.goou
SiloS 1011101.I 2909 NE 15th St. slots with notching doubt 37e-ollf
: eloe. kitchen" Leroe Fie,
l5dlh5O. I 11111.P10,01 sink. 5. panoisd L' In,. APAITMIoIII.. 530motto.
376.7971 room. It ten lot. You con begin with'flrtplece Mt In briCk well. Phoil __. MUIH'OHIO' SO'A AND C AI'.xctt'lorI. \
... shIms.Sd Irving In tnlo luxury hemg carport ly owner. lltog on. pickup c_. will' .iipdcvEi.
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: ISp -...J.u loud soon.IllP for only. few hundred down ., 'LA OI out bedroom, i sa.id.ti 11. tot mjnotter III M
poymtnti M month. FNI
a. e" u. now loiS ..,.11.. lotion couple only, plenty itoregoopeco.
: ............. FURNISHEDe..pl. MM. :ell utll.. turn. Avoll. II Oct. T.A.G APPLIANCES
cS5PIINIV low d..bps, fir FIRCPLACR FR. .....e. Tootnd .nd 0uaratt_

04- -le H.! lIvopI.cI'Iu-;; fumlihed I IM, 1 both COLONIAL I U nicely fumlihed opt, ntor 41 Retrlgrtor from 130 u*

Null 01 '.1. lOll II.... Os Huge Mi nemo In good N. I. locetlon. NIW IVt story 4 .bedroom, I balls Unlvenlh/ Avtll. Oct. M. Welerfumlihed. t Ringee from Ut u*
flreplece Fomllyroom. .
.. :: Anulsi T'm Kitchen feeluree builtIni Only linTdovm end 171 per home In NW. lection. Con. hootIt V IW 14tn in FnoneFR U w....-.." from lie up
IiOlIN -
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otoatbi. 11111' ... air conditioning, bulll-M kitch l0000Idlus
TsIumI$114175j ponlry 1 leundryIwlf I Conilrvcton Co., 4-MII.:.......- f Pnod Frefiertt loot tit UII 'J'JI
N'". King iiw, meittrbedroom j1ll.waP:; 40 ACRES 4 ml. IW ol AlecMi Diihwevhert' frrnn San 00
with beoullfully tiled UNIVERSITYREALTY '.m. well, eeptlc 'tenk lEA 10 TV Solo lItton 135 U/l 'Jf

ball Ntll' betn hn hli end electricity phonef 1171 per ecr. JIM VDYlIl PLIANCI COdii f
j Her tiled ...111... Tw torlereoe. 441 lew also I FM. HW 511,65551,. tit fJOJ
g- 'JJ
mi NW. Nth Av*

.MM. AIM now home of 4ugMW. 111 K MaIn II. Fh VHan AT r lAST 41 IP-lumlined. : Aeti. DISCOUNTPRICES

.. nrd ct. CHI T. O.letreutr w. M. Mun_. leeltnrAeeei
tuitom.builder, F*
I. I. Mcltughiln Prank Re. NIAI CAMPUs i *R dupiixopt. J
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.... b,. Roy McConn T. C. Douglot ..... 'by vIa WO per mo. w. undent ovorybody, HEATERS
J,. Merrled cnupln only." Nnf eolt.ooie HENORIX .
for thhdren ., pott 371-tell.XTRA FURr lTURE co. ,

B Dead NICE II. M..... IR 14x Nw JIll A... ot lOll It.

By If. Kitchen" equipped. Aveiu. LEAN. slid relrleorotorl for Mk. \
g SERVICESHome owe Oct. I*. Cell FRll. otter P...... 17H002.MAHOGAHY .
I'30.
b.drooov oul'". Soc
I I .It CCI OUPLIX k'k' ....II.. hano L..._. 10", sata bod.
...... ,... ..... .
Hugh Idwerde. Inc. coo returnedto ml ..nl.. .o'n.I"' "" 4 drewer sPool, Ouncen fhyte
Norlhwoit 0,4 ..,. moon Oow". Good lac.. drop loot dining teble, electric.
Oolneivllll. lien for .lIIId.... 071 ml. Call '''Of. liv.. 000111 dIllIns., a o eI
WITH
And Business 2722640. other "houiehold' Iteme. Noerly" !
All '
brick front ,
MODERN I IR Nu Furniture 311 NW JIll Ave.
S Rill".'''' welll Phone. FR ..*.1.
111 II 7th II 175 mOo Clll MoKlnneyOreon
Terrene floor.FermKo
.. Roeltorl HW IUITI1 Trlel d"...,. mlr.che .
I cohlnoll 3733617 nor. -CO" bell. I dnlno?
... IuIld.shig' IUm.d.,llF>fer 0 ItdOO l0n. t 'In ......1_ Ill complete

.. Air 47 Hut ft Ross ,.,.. el 40] t. Meln' ,

... $MAIL "' ,_. loader, gum DO YOU HIID. Pltwldl ........ ., COX WAREHOUSE
... track fill dirt. tOol ... Too Ira ....
w" nMI. 0000 *5.15. TWO Sodrsl Souls Ouvlsl05d 10voburniovid.
_..I'.,Phong :37>h> BLACK CONV1RTIOLI SOFA
44. }
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miyba S cemplet" now kernel, S>* Prank Dicker MATCHINO CHAIR I Itrp 1.
.. For tree miMiefe A guren- ion er Joe OeMln Orengt lone. ,
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$ hIss lempt coffIN tebie. IA!
.. Morttjf IllhtitMOUTOAGU too work, gtimt Ctrl C. : ; ,,.,Id.. I 171-"'".
w...... 3fl'1040. conditioning'r '
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.. iv I bednem I bull Loceftd Ml. II Cu. ft. O I ...,.......... ...
MONIY Piper" Hanging Pointing I NI SIP A'.. UN me. For fur.PoMon.
.. IH per cent lntnt. Term MIUV TICs of All Kind: Linoleum "'., bnlotmaticI. con'oe' Tom ceilenf eonditluni MO
Call 176-1010
.. 15 --. D"W"'WOOrtl" Reolter, FR Itlti
.. IUILO RIFINANCI C. C. GREEN $ )I' G.. *"... window .1, cond 4LINES

.. Can Bvrd Call Ph 176-1875 *clnt en, FH. 51'.1361 j jevlngx : .I HMMI fee hIt Unfur II..... | chrom kitchen, chair

.. ceneate teN*. wing' choir" oIl i _
Plod < > kern i-BS BRICK HOME P-on. 177., ,. \ .
end) cenvenlKnM M town me r.ln.Dobl" 3 and 4 Bedroom Modl|
cumnt, rife term H tt modem wey. <,laio-ln oily Umltv Rent VI me.
,..,.. Win gladly IKUIO' el n* er I.. Knell.' Call 3)oil. Cell 37 -3Ml. 66 M... Ion Sol.

01.0150. Call 10005000*. MODERNPAINTING iIVI..AL. II 10
ItOi ((III VAP1000' ettrictlv homee ftrrmt '
J. 11. KIlIOPATliCIC. 0.5007 13 "I 1u1l..I.. .l.clti45746t' .
3 Auto Glcitbeoutv $0 N. M.I.t 11. PIt.- CO. at thli lime. unfumleno h,.._. 001. Aloo KoSoo.oadlonlatic
FOROVCI
ASSOCIATE INC.
10ASoES. $31. 375.2331aiIm This tptclal good
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RIALTORat DAYS
Polo ARNOLD 1711 0145 PHd I Ie ,. III.
'i
: AUTO It...... II 5SUSIII Illvo slAt torn w. Unt. ireinI -

0050. bnisiodlils bnlillolIss, FMA AND CONVENTIONAL IR; I ham heuio hi NW-eK 13NSH.V.rv........ ., ....dieendeblt,. end
1r01 pIckup A _' dO OwNS Io.ftnC. IolnmOll It poodudhsms 11! ..... ..., "... 1I.0NIy
.. -Y. story IIM per Oledvt ..., .... $2.00
..., "ii
lilt W. UNIV. AVI. FM I7MMF .. N. sIWO stir 1111. Call abort (torn ssd It
l vUu I* ytur car. L. HARREU d., 14 1m. ... .. lOll W. umv. Av*. FiMn 3001Jaa. op i]

: MAOIOINAUTO' AAM CO.: H. A. ft e_. Loeno C..lrsc07 jn53:. .

01 IM_N.W._till St.Pl 4.UM. FOHBVCI A AUOCIAtll INC. For ell your noting ngedji end rpein HUGH Imeil I b-r km. bom lIP UII. T..A J.I,7":, IALI 7.41 a
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RIALTORI or oil.
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ten w
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lb.r.lb.N.S DUO 31H716 .0550 I.
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y..ULlI ,iN10& HOMI RIPAIUNOUIIl Uphltl. ,
C 50074.15010 51013? ryUFHOtlTIFi MARY MOELLER. REALTOR ALL-METAL eHke DISK r* o r -

: walks, JoOl. owsop :" RIPAIRtft FAINtlf INC. hID W. U......,,,, At.Pm .. "tl COLD OPJINU' BOX wlmwater : rt Mty. Each week
id Weitw Hydrwll Is Jet cooler holds 4 ceon. oil
furnltur MFR
your 4.1470IEll.PusNlIlblO
I : : lervlc* Agent HUILI IRAKI"IIRVICI 00 ors. iopwisocs WILLIAM PAdS Ilo01eabdS 5.1150. CIII 1.11*. """" line mehet ChenI'U| olmoitnew :I : K
2902 NE 15th ST.
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I lUFPtV I K MOUSE.I ttremlller RADIO
I 1314 4-7H FR. 4-MM. 4M N.w. HI "71
C : Meln FR 3.1011AMithIe "-175.0Itl NW Ird ..... L. fenced owe*!* Impact WPBJNCH with
I3tll toe _ 176.7971Tit back yard wlft hiltMn"" loria oetoll UMi Coll., cenden rand : s MW Wlfl fje] special
HOodS RIPAIRINO AND PAINT. 11"'!. AvollMW Nov. I oar tics continuity I TCSTIR ItO 1'U
: DIG fey experienced worker.Ptiene Ge..... 0..** 004. 1M l's P"_. .... I VACUUM CLEANIR 7V TOW Y 79
H. ewiiuy. l7Mm er FR .cwI:3 ... I lATH _71tO'n tooiCuiI m 504 SAN lit: new CREIPfRt I
= 1IQg""'" T M ADVIOTI11100 Mllf.TILIV1SION. Kj
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Tr.vooos 57W 4001 Pl,
vo and MOIIAIIII 0/ARA9I DOOR IPICIAUIT 11.I- 41 lewmg .an Root 5 m 4111 NW ifh 15. cm 37- will bi .fhrtdJ witch forWent
CM Honk lieckmckU iwo :
: 171-1.... I".C:: 4000 NIII Tit Pr. off in* A e. 1154- '" j

I AM. aV alley 4 P 10. AIyI.nI IIICELY' FUROI'SHID 1l00M cwo.os.o'woi FOR IALI DUO-THERM HIATII
I *055.50400. S.S.C0SS IT RM lit ** luktMtW Ie Woo Sod 1In1Y. .. -

Approliol Scrrk FKTUPH per loch TUII OHM |Repetr i* II kiot Ipeclot*.. moM II i>. NW loiti 371-1IS I'. ACOI CLEA110TOTJ1I001Lloss son IW....lOll..-II......1/5111... .004 OtudsoP.S sp'FR fJ.5112 it. A4 Sooctal

ttbel. I Veer w.IIICIII Ave.Wet
-* 0, 'D" ARHOLOZ. ARIA led. tr IrMo forturmoil SI Sf0040 IOP01150S1110 $6.00 0000, OtsU. ,
Sssu.ldllsStsd DVI 000 si .. Ddnhclosg. .r end privete bow terMefure .
aol 0btICM'OSO05. Osood bobSIP.
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50 eevel veiu* Call 4tem.
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HAL IOTA VS APfRAIIALe 0 1.1. Ill AviI Sos 5.1.5 "n i'd .000011 *
X 111IPI .ten.IICE Fh.se J7II41I.2S
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Sl005C1f CRYSTAL deer MHnejwetor cnowk 0100 505 004 wl07 11"IS. trl
Hit W .UNIV, 4V|. FH eTMm ..Tolcbaos.- .. tit wIll--It 75101 05 ScsI IwO end 40000110 05. Afr' II Isal. SoloN WastidWAOITIG "" lOOMS cleoo-M. |Mel'* er laliOdo 131. "0045000 5ow.b' ,
f I ; trend by Itef .etro) *f Moenk.Mognejio aui.L Oil ...... _'.... 000011100 ""' '"' III W. 'I_ _

I : "SewI.t Mach.. ....... Soring* Wolgr Co. ""055501 1100. $31 II ane .l hobo .... 3711)1.I.IWOJT I II

I Sun Want Ads 00.3101AD,05rlsI I I* I Ati.i M er wlthki I mlteeten. Cad 3710111PAINIaoO NIW Mor dxlej' taw I

: ..LL-.W''Q' IIIIAtHIN' IOU of O"1Ia. wIll and _tIC 000\111 25l 115010wonI ear "'". Ceil PI .1017..

I wo VICE CO III W. IMtvertrtv n mirRvtrw .. will pey ug M IM per fa IW 1* A... Duo ":TH R.Ai 4TI iiWi'iii Au'i

I Avfc "1'P *M Get Results tcr*. Hrrtte Ira MA Oelnefvlli Cob n'lIt I .... 00110 FAN, Iw** Ht*. lao at III NW *

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:050sN 71 Mealedr M_........ $f Aaa...... far Sabtl 15 A.a iall.t ... $44.nlln. i

'ct,, Why wiir GRAHl. v.M.r.nd) "'ANO,>_, '64(;CALL HEVROLiT.81.2381 IMP"LA IN or MoolI"....Ill.. _AMbA5SADOSUa.maCIC ........ ...... POOLE-CABLE SAFE BUYUSED 11I I EVERYONE (
t axy famatil KlmB.llF and .1. 5.n4NIwwl Alen MOTORS LEARANCEI
,M.R.;' f (dacoralar dai,onad> wand Chavrotat" aarkwood OIIN atm like MW. Fkma FR
[ *i win mOcMna' ; bmcn. Ar aa air MM. IT U O e m FICCIAU 4-3144 ar M al lilt IW . I imia ai IUH.CPJIDLKY 1 r M.M
O* C MUSIC CO. Sa FtymauNi......poled rend TRUCKS CARS of
>rill a ON Swim tc an. FKant VW IOMII..U.
v\65, i t Oalmavilt' Ihwalnf CantarOT3M1 p R 4.0011.IMMACULATE. Low ....1't.' II") or Slat lit U IK *M. V\4M SALEof
1 nd 4 .... TM1 .MosS lOll tills 0.55..CIIv..SIOt. \ HIGHEST S QUALITY LOWEST PRICES I I
- { JHILL tranihw ta raioonitbla party CHIli. Imp, 020. sJal oc- Barklcy
.. ,1 i tonka at tau ID,nal ar come' foal m1Ms. Puo .US. VA, P .. .
I I Mama, Pick up aavmaMt at Wuriuiar Glide, PS. R S N ald111.1 63 OLDS JETFIRE. ". *'
.... Mud .ir
.. tflntt' Flana.' trada back 01000 OWl'... Showroom .... Sot Hlonail 0'' torn VO 63 MERCURY ector; ON ALL 1964 MODELS
><1ellil. CM. Wvrlltnr Organ WHO 0ald NI SIN A... ir call 27" FR 1-1744 1171 MW 4tli Aol '
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our* afck w aayIT II QWNSRPilsr. 'Al OOOciIt cone'rtienindj. power windows
1.w. INS IMPALA Suaar Sport 4 tparf .... t.ctey 1Ir. 1511.1 ..... IeMilLER. .. . $2495 Motors
,. ;H EARL'S. :t lcJ powar Itaarlna, araM, rMia.naalar 11'100 41111.. ..May ,... .traae ,. ., re .
I Aw. Can Kan at IMjOtyFOR .1.000 7A ]} o TREMENDOUS SAVINGS
... fl no' (n.Nl bKlmlnf" M SALE 4a *ar Flyinoulh, CHEVROLET t cyl. Mondardwant. 61"CHEVROLET :t"
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fbw4 mull 0. Punt RaH *w tkaa Gold aandaola waniaMrtatlan. 1395 Main
N. St.
2201
''r"o USO. AIM (noiiwr tnxrn: MM of Firm ON. wiN.buy Kit -' .,So Plxna FR ._ ... ., I" CUP *. Vilt: *. *.*'
HM rMum
errs r. = fuwmtMd acton arrivftf plans today : snmt.it I CORVAIR' AWNZAllva BROWN __ '"' v hc..ry.eltloll' 64 CADILLAC tory ..,. Fu II yequipped.
.. Sells The
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W* Imllt yo* N visit, M .w all NASH Vary.a>pHM. Wa andaconamtcal wim matcMni II 60 CHEVROLET ::1: ;
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IAN>MUSIC STORE la ma. Sod anar avar DM. Call baler, kuckat Matt dI r. 2.ISIZ ., ., 1395 I ..".... '
i IH H .01 Slt.rt 37H344.: I* ,_. WW. Low 1111. .. aoadcandltlan *', etc cor. Driven less then 5.500 6530
;; FOR IALI .M* raniol ,l_ ... AIR; _dU......OLDS M.. .. IN.and aiauma .... atItaM. List priceILM . . . .. .a .
Vary foad Mrxllkm W! Ill to ealMtvllla tMFarklMJ : BEST'USED
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Ir* nk.. *. lust ractlvtd, noilvr .. 59 CHEVROlET : :; i
'.Ik, teM M ViaMMid Ktoctlon 372-3321 or 376 3:>88 Lot I M to
t 895 .
0005, nin l:... Moiln your. ar '1/ CHIVY IMPALA aD, y-; ;; 1965 transom.. n j, eicellont eOlulitl.. .
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MW bttar mop r.jijl 011 oM/R V 5, I'G PS RAN. 17 .....w... W.1IId4
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( rn T. tor .11./ OAINllo WSW. 01011. ... 316.974 1.1.N Meteor, *"; I
.' Orb'.,I A.MUSIC, 7721111 CENTER. ,11I5:_ W. I wkdyl.. $071101 W.15041. CARS "NTIO. ,.Yi Farm FORDS 62 MERCURY **>o owner $ AIncCultMH"aVMU(>f.
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WNI/ Al HarnOon
MGA. .ry. con i Chow
dltlorl. 5100. Pher1. PR .102S. I lea St....... aia SI am St. perfect mechenicJ condition F85 OLDS LH than i,.
Automofiv 2'" NI IQtri Tor
IAN FORO I DP.. Man. has goad ARE '60 MERCURY 9 p..sect ifelien 600 Iftl..... Fussy equipped except $3536
II Mia cycles 6' kotttn toady. now motor. and ,..."yrauphalirtrad Volu. Rated i ." $ .1 Ir CARSIN : sir eondhtener. Lilt price .. 5. .
f 0 i Can M nan al nogSf conditienlnf. riM from ..d... Demo.
condition lllh Tar, altar 4 UsdCarsB&G Deluxe 4 door
..T.a Motorcycli good tnyllrr 001 '
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U7 Town Nod Country Trill .wr< day.* AnyUma wantandl bumper to bumper 0 Driven 2.100 ", II... locyj
or Fart, 9MO IW ArclMf Rd. MM caihltM '
fi fif Contact J. A. Imlrh, -CATALINA hardtop II 4 M, MOTOR CO. MERCURY Woteer N30O. 4 door Factory.ir.nd! fully equipped. Lilt 3.J/4
,. 1564 HAItLIV DAVIDSON DUO. vary .good condition, <,la "" AFTER OLIDI. 7 iIOI".M.MI. CALL 172.15" awnar 372-1712.M ibldw111115.' Phone" 2COI NW Ilk It.I' I ....... fOlD .*.! lln .. local one owner cor . 79 '64 F85 transmission Rodl. hooter,

NEW IRIDGISTONI MOTOR FOR SALT Jt OMt "" ..... .RS I' ---------- ....H I* fOlD' ..c.t ..t'1y clean $595 TownAND white wall ta.... tinted .,less. "
H. woo equity' aIdMI P P rnwnti 58 OlDS
839
n 1.s 1 SCOOTER 11..11 U40."fik"i27ar wllo "K'le 11.,11,0 lis'NW' at It?U .., mo.F.Call.' 17* GAINESVILLEAUTO I ".....,I .1, conditioned Whit end I blue trend New. Lilt .
l Illl WM>1111 aflat 4 X
t? O1MN 51 7604110 SUNROOF. VOKISWASIN SEDAN; SALES i I '59 VOLKSWAGEN
f 14 AUTOMOIILI REPAIRS M. Whir. 11 Its. 1007 N. Main ST. SHAWKEETER Lew :810 i -.
MILLER KM ails ,.'nlln. Phon. 372-4786 MMM FR I..." I, I miloote, **tF* e..... . .

I2t',) .lily All Work war.*...and...,_tnxHlKIntel lalf 1M1 COU FORD,.. Air FAIRLANI cond..FS,SPORTS sucked NorthcL::.,Florlds ilndep.nd.st '64 PONTIAC "'h'. : :2995 HERtS I celebrity sides. Fully.
iaaM SN.I Hot ar aid car A0.5s JnSTAR..I
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Il.Cl.lr' 12.30 for p.rlormanc I conditioner. Whit. end f,.11. $470fVfrond :

I\ M tail diryilar All. n..built ka> CO and,.. madali."._ INS Mack MO....not.'".."ado,W. *. M.rod...Slllt.with CNvrol15 I =' $2995 12REASONS ..". List 0/4V
Fowar, MOM C... Air Candkllanlng Call FR MJM flask Mrt altar 51. PAPAW, ..:;.:.:: i 63 PORSCHE OWWSF. 'iat' 88 celebrity ....... .

C 1110, St.larvlclnf, ... Fit Cantir 1.ntl KM N. S'I PM. 1,0100.111. fir 5.111-0/M-/ ..........lasll JETSTAR Poctory elr. $JAAO'
"t, 231 W. University '63 ENGLISH FORD w1 : I etc. LlfM blue trend new. List IS AvNmoklln
fr SaltIri TROPICALPONTIAC MELTON MOTORS 's99i ..
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Dyn "i''< tl leII. Factory
].voLkswACKN, air" cond lionad -, m N. MAIN IT. FR Win MOM FR -5371 I low mils. |. ,. . .t. II . '64 OLDS .1,, fully MOAflquipped
tItled flail whltt wall tlrai44S
III lani."\ ar FFjMHI r.., oflir. Ixcaptlorully -- 2 door' e"- .....der. Why trend new List 100
)02 N.W. Ilk A*.. 62 FORD troninvliilon.wkrte '

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1. 1 1r STINGRAY Cord IfNncallant I 10 4ithndEleeiWMt$1095' A
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MOTORS"IN CORVAIR
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M-aH anar I It M. THE GROWINGGAINESVILLE
SERVE 1395
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HIM, MW II:,... (1700. I II Till NAM! yaw .... iqvlpMd. One drive will tSow ,.. why Cd.
May ta>a traaa. CaM VHniItH I 2201 N.Ma>lii M.rR AREA "* .., r..bf
< I lp1. condllta larrNIti 2-4171 il CHEVROLET :.' JgfJ\ "said rkhy M.IerI.H H Ilia.It tops I hi the Nasser foil. $4495
to l . ..
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'58 PLYMOUTH FURY FOR THE CORRECT 1112 100 ............... I. a
Itkk iMfl, Oaldan Carnmand Sill. TIME MOd ... tout ..,...,

14 II&H.Triuman Gold ir cond IpiHira OWNER PUMa OeM, cond.Frkad .1 I FR 2.1411 S. MAIN ST. N.W. M AVLS7MOOS THIS WEEK'S SPECIALA II M.vw.. bag....ft..In w..0 o MW ...

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tor wiia Mia.' CHI alto Courtesy Of OaP.
M32lui lima* M.... r. S. | ,nt mil Mil '. CHRYSLER Unlvcnlrj/ Ckrrrtlat .. 1 s0 3.g h0 far Halide ce Pectin
I WINDSOR bait oiltr....].11.<0| Ml ihapa. Mill. Tar MWar N. M.I. St.It 16th A... Nayw.Ra ......... Nwd Priced to Sell ; ;:,wII.. 63 OlDS .1,. Whit end .2195

J Call U"t02._ Cash SiHMMM f."Wkk 1001 crto PM lifjM' bin*. .....,.gl. condition. .
I 1,M GRAND '"IX, tuntlra' Had Albert Plant' s.... M.,. will oaf tIt_.. atwllas
now ..Ie.M... lacrlllca at I3HS.. A GOOD SELECTION OP CHEAPIES of SPaa.pih.NM .
Trade. Coca accepted a72-5M., tlnanclni ..rral7.ld. NEW RAMBLERS-SILICT USED CARS AT aid will .. .... ...
.... your <.. .
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1959 RAMBLER station wagon :AND MANY W....... Ito ..,......
Call 372.2369. CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY rim ,.. wt.M .... If '\ Lmyry ser... Nctry .lr,
VOLKSWAGEN lt 6:1:, ISO MW It100 I'M f0/TTY NO DOWN PAYMENT CARS AT ,.. bawht. It .w." 63 OLDS
ml"jR2 72S5et. 5.Y0.. ATNAWIS.PoWSR USED CARS electric window end .....
$ J." rt..e I Sold end '
pet Turquoise
.MIRCURY tfSI STATION WAOM MOTOR CO. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. 516 S. MAIN ST. Ik* HIT ,.laa u Jew the 100. . 3095"
serviced .
Aura loans 11&". food tlrai. Ill N. MAIN by -_
42 OPEN TIL t P.M. PR 6.2425.21.3631 ............ ION .
food tool One owns Oil' alto .1 6.311/ I
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;011p150Siw.d .;
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......." ....... ......, B 6 0. Test drive this one if you wont t*
ail 151115 wrpoMMNIwo" ito how much different, llOflC

Olds' quality "'...... . ? jM7i

7.' ",Ire .*)*) Hkftft IwtMUaa4 raM4a Vct:
1 61 CADILLAC
11,11 .... *" Ve:2195

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GAIN rfc It owM .. 60 CADILLAC Pectin ,

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saw yeti
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COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE t."You aaa p..f waMla. / AI 3195
... air basis tar conditioned,power ttoerlnj 0 broke
...... what. aaa sawN Dent 170...... 6 eyllnder.
wwM ..,." '63 DODGE ...,. end h.... $1 JAC
AND REPAIR INCLUDING
FACILITIES
''L 10."Y.. ... .... .... ere White' 1.000 Mrlet. r..4. \*|79
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...... ..... N 1. Nlrlone 500. 2 door 104...

r::;:. ,ss but 63 FORD ...tory a lr, v... ndl.. .kr.ir .

BODY AND PAINT DEPARTMENT .15..11eaal.pp Awtometkt trentmiiilon. .1195
.e -
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Send a swas Mnted |!OH. n. '. .. ..
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AND RADIATOR SHOP. .114 pew ....,..HU. 62 FALCON A rnmHi $

0 .AN* vet/re .*..fg. I .'"...,,'.....). ,'. i 1195
...ll>... ........ld.. "" '
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SERVICE MANAGER-HAROLD MARTIN ............. I Victory air" *rjrM .......1. 3 2995

fully .""1,,... 0 . a .

TUNE UP SPECIALIST-AUBREY FULP IUYS FOR TODAY! GOOD 2nd
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BODY AND PAINT DEPT.- "RED" 'SHOEMAKER HEM'S YOUR BEST i & TRANSPORTATIONCARS


S '65.MUSTANGS ...... nda Dtaniwad UNDER $500


i OPENING SPECIAL $3095- axte 56 CADILLAC **... i k. $10r

I Uolil *d ra* food. a t7iJ

L 11151115 61 CHEVROLET 4 1.11 a.1... .... I 56CADILLAC vuh.
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!395
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3 DAYS ONLY '62 IUICKVI I 8$2.11.l..395

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Engine Tune- automobile including new spark plugs **) '*
uPI any 61 CHEVROLET.. 561UICK .: ..: ,.::.l. $300
.5.01.
t .our 5 MOM
points and condenser: Very ......... .. .. .. .. .
$1495 ."'..
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QUALITY USED CARS I 58 FOlD 1"". a

j LOWEST PRICES ANYWHERE! $795 10 I 58 PONTIAC s. -. 29S

..... lb.N0l .MM wIMsr 56 PONTIAC '295
If eM rwrgT .
SOUTHERN AUTO SALES It( ward .a1at.p '
i bur ra MIOIOTICS 450 1 58 IILLMAN. 295
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PRICES! ARE ,BORN 'H'EREIRAISED; ELSEWHERE!!


J.&B.. RARE ANTIQUE GUCKENHEIMER Gilbey'stain USHER'S:
6 YR. STR. KY BOURBON ,
H GREEN STRIPE
Heaven Hill 86'BLEND
.11 joHNNIEDER BELL'S
1004 landed Ky..louifen GLENMORE VODKA /.J. T. S. BROWN

BACARDILIGHT OLD 'ST.'CROIX HUDSON BAYLAMPLIGHTER
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RED LABEL : STR. KY. BOURBON 1
OR DARK RUM f'. IMP. RUMHoler's
t Hedges & Butler BourbonSupreme "Deluxe' [ Ten
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IMPORTED SCOTCH 1I'IQ F ;STRAIGHT I IOURION R'c GIN
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; STRAIGHT BOURBONGLENMORE' CENTRAL PLAZA SHOPPING'CENTER -
RMl Slppiii Wfcltk.y"STRAIGHT
WINN'DIXIE NEXT DOOR TO 6YR.STR.KY.RRI. Champagne
4 SHOP:CENTER G. C..MURPHY'S. ,
\KENTUCKYBOURBON G&W 7 Star PINK WHITE
Holler's Reserve 114. : SOUTH_ MAIN J f ST. SPARKLING. "

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BEERCMI2f. .

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No $ Million IT utt I


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89th Year; No. 86 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, J964NEWSSTANpyPWCEB10c,

Concealed IM PkHWl Ottflt MOMt oillVIMO 4M .

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JACKSONVILLE (AP) Haydon Burn. Democratic King Gets

candidate for governor says papers stating he has '1.2 ;
Peace PrizeOSLO Isbell Aims Florida'
million in a Nassau Bank are forgeries. at

Burns also denied to a St. Petersburg Times reporter ,
that he had any accounts in the Bahamas. Norway (AP) The

The papers were displayed at a news conference Tues 19M Nobel Peace Prize was r

day by Rep. Charles Holley Republican candidate for awarded today to Dr. Martin .

irovernor. Holley said they were ledgers from The Luther King Jr., Georgia-born
Bank of Nova Scotia in Nassau Negro who became a civil
for July through September 1964.w g Times photostatic copies of rights crusader In the United
They listed Haydon Burnt: bank statement with Holley's States. After Cuba i

name his Jacksonville address name t tile top the Times said.> "Martin Luther King has consistently Ravaging

and the account number S8MSJ* deposit figures appeared to asserted the principleof
Till The balance was $1,215,190.lie tile rime U those quoted by nonviolence" the Oslo Nobel

n :"The identical same concocted (Set BURNS as Page 2) (See KING ea Page 2)
information was offered to me
for $500 showing the name of
Mr. Holley and his St. Petersburg May Hit ,

residence address as the rJl
Identity of the depositor in the

same bank," Burns said in a
statement Issued in Washington State n
where he attended a White ROA'Nab /

I House conference.,
"The ledger card is Identical

In every regard Includingmounts TonightMIAMI
dates and every Idenu'ng -
n r....
characteristic Burnsaid.
(APHurricane 1s-

In Nassau, a representative of bell slashed savagely across Cu- r
the Bank of Nova Scotia said the ba'i Pinar Del Rio Province today r

bank did not discuss accounts smashing home and build.,
with "third parties." Ings, then roared between Key 4.

Honey told the news reference West and the Dry Tortugas toward .

"I make no insinuations. the Florida coast
the Information and 1
just
present ;
The Weather Bureau warned
.
ask the questions. I '
am convinced
that tornadoes might strike out
of the of the
authenticity
I ahead of the storm In south
information. Ex-Con
Florida.
"I think the public ought to .

know how a candidate for public Eighty -III II I an-hour wind

office makes his money; how were hammering at Fort Jeffer- In Reported
much he has; and how much he ion In the, Dry Tortugas by

is obligated." 10:30: ..m., and power poles begin
Holley said Burns transferred to fall at the picturesque Island Plot on LBJ'
UP WlrtpM* I* ills fern) ,
$283,000 from a bank in the Unit city: of Key West as gust

ed States to the alleged Nassau o Rep. Charles Motley of Flnellaa Count holds what he calls bank statements show. whipped up to W and continued: CORPUS CHJUSTI,l'e:. (AP)

account last July. Honey did not Evidence; ln* fl.21M in the account of Burns of Jacksonville in the. Bank. lo rise. Officers* quizzed today an
but told St. of Nova Scotia in Naaaau.
identify the bank a
Isbell sucked greater energy exconvlct plumber :' at whose
Petersburg Times reporter It from the warm water of the hone. they seised gun and Nail

was in" the "southern United J.75 Governors Gulf of Mexico after driving flag, about a reported plot to I

States.Donald K. Baldwin executive Interchange DevelopingFinds thousand of families from their kill President Johnson' her i I
hornet and riven eat of Sunday.
pushing l
editor of The St. Petersburg
See States their bank to the crositag over Sheriff's deputies arrested ,
said that Oct S Hoi-
,
Times on
Cuba. Julius Schmidt 21; at III* home )'
called the Times and said OddsA ,
ley
County City at Tuesday night and said' they
f he had been offered bank bal Backing LBJPicture An Air Fore pilot flying ate took another man Into custody
ance sheets with Burns' name on the hurricane reported he encountered .
several hour later
them for ISW. "who's-on-tirat" condition commissioners winds of IM mile ,
.. County agreed Club Estate Idylwlld retiden-, an
I Holley said he understood the began forming around the I-7J Tuesday to allow engln e* r David tial areas. ( ea Pap 1)) hour. But the Miami Weather They withheld the.name. oIlhe r.

statements from a bank "10m.. interchange at Newberry Road Smith to use county road Monday the city commlsiloo SAN ANTONIO Tex.'(AP) Bureau said It did not believe second' Ward man' : ,Informers 'about, .'

where In Georgia" showed balances ,Tuesday. as action by the Alien- rights of way for water and authorized a study of the New- Eleven Southern governor+ say,>. gust. at the surface 'exceeded ? Stein collected
l la this
t totaling something ever a ua County Commission m e an- sewer line in the New be rr y .> berry Road Interchange at ea' their states will turn back Republican \ 100. > gum being' cityen
quarter of a million dollars, and dered from the .pffth Initiated Road I 75 area. Smith has by the engineering consulting I Barry Goldwator ..i the lower Texas coast
that other deposits In the Bahamas Monday by the Gainesville water and A doiea residents andu three prompted simultaneous raid M
City developed private firm of Black Craw and LIds campaign b captor. the traditionally ,
Coast Guard won, r dbii Schmidt and that of
added to well over $1 Commission. nan the horn of
up In the
Country
sewer systems of than Democratic
ness at_ a colt not more South and
hurricane Inside the
million, Baldwin said. ,' tile the Ma mother Nueces County : .
11.900. will give their votes to President strong walls of Fort Jefferson. Sheriff Johnnie Mitchell said. '
Holley asked the Times to help .
City officials have been re- Johnson la'Dext month'selection. .
him hunt down the allied Bahamas Informer reported there wit .

Court Battle luctant to consider extending ., Tides rose along the marshy
accounts, Baldwin said southwest Florida COld with the ". I tot l of loon talk about assassinating I
services outside the
city sewer An Associated Press survey of and
refused. the President"
The Times
city while there are still area the II the approach of the hurricane. '
governors attending individuals
That same day' Burns showed quoted unnamed i*
three editors of the St. Peters- Ends in Deadlock in the city that do not have 30th annual meeting of the Havana Radio broadcast saying they would try to obtain

sewer facilities. Southern Governors Conference flurry of reports of houses and guru from Schmidt/ Mitchell
The problem facing both commissions showed that three governors buildings collapsing under the said.

GOP Denies By BILL HAGER motions noting the whisky apparently Involves utilities plsn- believe Goldwiter, the GOP battering force of lOO-mile-an- After questioning Schmidt for

Su Staff WriterA had been confiscated ring for a developing commercial presidential nominee' will carry hour winds, torrential rain and mon than three hour, the sheriff '

day long duel of wits between with Ketferman's consent. and residential area due their slates.One raging tide*. sold he at first doubted then

Paying OffInformant Assistants State Atty. Trials scheduled this week for for future consideration for annexation .. of these wss Henry Ball- Only one death, of a small Cuban wee I plot on the life of Pnai-

David Anderson and Selig Col- six other person wen postponed by the City of Gaines mon of Oklahoma, only Republican child was mentioned In dent JoIInlOll.

din, representing two men accused until Oct. 22. Defendantsand viII. member of the Southern broadcasts monitored at Miami ,"Mow that we have looted
of breaking and entering charge In these cases are: At least two national motel Governors Conference. The but they Indicated that label! Into II." Mitchell said, "then
Wars Richard Taylor assault with chains have shown positive In- finished Job started by Hilda
the Veterans of Foreign other were the governor of a might be something to It However
WASHINGTON (AP) Dem- Post last April ended In a deadlock intent to murder; Oscar Lee terest In building motel a I dreillur.nll Mississippi and Louisiana.: Ja August-destruction of Cuba's I plot hat not yet .been
ocratic charges that the Republicans : early this morning when Davis aggravated isssult; WilLiam at the Interchange. Governors 'of Virginia and second biggest money crop to- uncovered."I .
Democratic party Lee Kirby forgery and Service stations are already de. bacce.Lathing.
paid a Circuit Judge J. C. Adluns declared Alabama would make no predictions to arrest two
menThe
plan
employe (1,000 for supposedly a mistrial. auto the It; J. W. Roberson veloping. rain not only struckat "
confidential Information have worthless check; James Benjamin the tobacco fields of Pinar penple. -
The order came after a six There la little question t that Arkansas Gov. Orvtl Faubus I sheriff Hid Schmidt admitted
been labeled "a nonsensical man Jury deliberated for !. Dumas, breaking and entering the area seems destined to become the 17th member of the conference Del Hie Province but destroyed buying machine geedand
story" by GOP National Chairman most six I hours from I p.m. auto; and Eddie James a service center for trtv- many government warehousesin
has not appeared In San automatic illegally
Dean Burch. Dixon breaking and entering. I 75. which tobacco was stored weapons
Tuesday to U' ..m. today. A den using
Antonio. He said earlier' his denied knowledge of anisuMlnatlon
but
Three tiled any
Burch called the unfolded persons, not Untold numbers of homeswere
story new trial for the accused-Warren However, the Interchange li
state would Democratic.Late .,
Democratic National Monday during I arraignment go reported smashed at Ban- plot.
at
Pittman and Walter Keller- about 3'i miles west of Gainesville
Tuesday proceedings appeared to plea Tuesday North Carolina dim Boca da Galafre, Umones' Mitchell said 2J deputies gathered
Committee headquarters
man, both of Jacksonville -will well into the county.Dr. Gov. Sanford became the
machine
Terry automatic
guns
an attempt by Democratic be later Tuesday. La Mtrtinat. Malahambre. La up
Chairman John M. Bailey to divert The set alleged at a offense date. occuredon Major Thomas, M, charged Edward T. Byrne health fifth Democratic chieftain to tell Colored and other ....... The I pistols! high powered
director has warned of health
attention from the Bobby the of 11 with resisting arrest May M, newsmen that GoMwater Is broadcast did not make char rifles i knee mortar a rocket
morning April ,
Baker and Billie Sol Lass cases sometime between and 11 a m. pleaded Innocent. A trial will be hazards controlled.It If. development I* not .slipping the South. whether the destruction was launcher live hand grenades, '

and the Indictment of former A total of 16) partially filled bottles scheduled. His attorney Is PhilIp Delaware Gov. Elbert N.. done by wind or the waters of bout 20.800 round of commercial
Gov. Foster Fur- I Barton. lies In a low area with Carnal told newsmen that Delaware tnd stream that and homemade .......
Democratic of whisky two boxes of cigars
-
,
Robert Thomas clay soil. Septic tanks or a private would cast I) cent of sargadrivers swords several Had
colo of Massachusetts. a radio and about $25 In T. 22. charged confined lethe pr f their banks. nlllon,
sewer system Its vote for President Johnson. World War I : *} n
and an
with forgery utter III The broadcast told of papulaUon flats
But Bailey said earlier to a change was taken from the
forgery Aug. IS to a service area, are not considered Texas ('.0,. John Connelly/ being. evacuated from one German helmet,, a German I
statement: "I never thought I VFW Post on Waldo Road suitable for the location, due lethe
would see these bizarre ideas Pittman and Kettermaa were station, pleaded guilty. A pre > Florida Gov Farrla Bryant and town after another along the medal and army uniform photo-
drainage.
put Into practice: by the Republican arrested by Leon County Highway sentence Investigation was or Tuesday poor Smith submitted bin (See DIXIE ea Pag S) beach sad flooding riven. (... THREAT ev Page S)

National Committee in the Patrol Trooper later and dered. His attorney Is Gee e request to the county commission. .

midst of a presidential campaign a search: of their car trunk revealed Whitworth. .
James (Shorty) Edwards, 45,
particularly a cam- the stolen items. Both The commission ipproved the
paign where the Republican men disclaimed any knowledgeof charged with aggravated assault request, and set a Nov. II public -
on three men with a shotgun
candidate has had so much to the theft bearing at required by law.
and
say about morality and ethics." The trial was marked by a Sept. 11, pleaded guilty In return for use of county
waived his right to an attorney.A
The payoff charge was leveled conflict In testimonies. D. M. sentence investlgst I a right of way Smith agreed to
at the office of Wayne Phillips McClellan a witness for the pre supply service only on a voluntary
assistant publicity director for .atlte. testified the defend II t II was ordered. basis meaning no one can

the Democratic Committee. He were with him at his home from be compelled to use his service.. j.jt, + 1!
called newsmei to I his office to about 1 a m. to 1 a m. ea the Hone Play Also. Smith agreed to meet IY .

meet Louis Flax a Jtyearold morning of the alleged theft He HLTCHINSON. Kan. (AP) standard set by the county and
Teletype operator In the committee said they left and returned ce Mn. Everett Crank returned to sell hK system to the city st A
his house at about I:. a.m,
s communications center. from taking her daughter Teresa Its depreciated vslue. if the city
Then be passed out a copy of tolling htm "we"l Just busted a to school and found a ever needs itPresumably

, an affadavit signed by Flat and place wide opeLMcCIeIIaa horse grazing en her I living i similar an.... -
I' dated. Oct. 11 said the two had room menU would govern the a e w
rug.While
boxes .. whisky, which they ef- request, although nothing WIt
of Flax' affadavit she I neigh
The : was
gift gone
tad to lID ban, and ... boa said along this line during thecommission's
contacted 21 bor child came to play with her
H. was oa Septby es of cigars. Tuesday meeting.Smith's .
an unidentified caller who daughter. found no*seat home
A witness for the detente, company is not the
hinted be would .. paid for and left a door open.Teresa's .
Joyce B. Reed, earlier bad testified only private utilities developer!
turning ever information oa the aid her sister hadaccompanied Shetland pea y wandered moving to meet the needs .t

Democratic eampaigsj Diana; Ketter a sad In and began chewing en rapidly growing out 01 city
then be was tlra0..... presumably Pittmaa .. several local rattanraaU the rug areas.

with the fact that he hada and ban between lie J Norwood Hope former Gainesville .

pram record which he hadn't. hours el 11 p.m. April It aad mayor and president of
Md the Dssnocratfc party I .... April 1L. TO FIND IT Jim Bop Electric Co.. has ask*

about; be saet with twe high Gout npirttifr attemptedto WHERE ed or ha* bdk led he intends

ranking Bepubflcaai effldaJa.3M have the ..... of whisky .. ask sernUtsion ton* county
.( them ttKodvc tfrattOtTJot threw sol aa rvtantc. .. Beckhned .-. . . 1. right ef way to lay bees to fAIl Ma'she's as .. asy,

Greater. the whaakj hrtreaneodto Cleselttd .24-21 tern a arthejtat ...
Oa Oct: L Flax told ...... court waaal iaeatlfhH a* gaseehg.e.e.t . 34o ,The area ft* which Hope toHarmed Coeaanaat8 Jolly After Flight

abant the a. etI and a prenv that token from das VFW and h.aetse . ... 2tlpi.t.a tat sort* el Jfth '
be be had received tor ..,...... also .that M ha ... tales II- p... . Area, teeth of UJ. NI. west After II erttorf lie tstrtk .h ttit w.rid'. first tbrei-maa *iw. crap UM lewMcseataajsat .

Phillips toM htm to string ..... legally" the defendant** ip.rb . . IS-I' el the city Batt and east el a pent for picture. In a >iy _. They ... fret left h. "" .
supplied ... with SOSM ..... sea w.--. . .. 11 north tooth Bee thaws one Fookttstev, a adesrtlatr Dr. Berk fifHwrtheplM. a physician ad Cet >TaJi i.lr Ka.ep_.

(See STT M Page S) Judge. AdkM denied CeldU'i{ half mile west ef Or* Street I

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2 Gainesville Sun Wednesday Oct. H. 1964

in the NEWS Johnson's Weather

....-.-'." RoundupA Barry Says ; =vsw


Swinging LBJ ,Delays Alacltua 'TLd I

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: Briefly. COUNTY
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Into East Baker ProbeKANSAS

..,"' COMMISSION
_
WASHINGTON (AP) Pre .
A CITY (AP) Ben
Cloudy win' occMlnnol roln' one!
dent. Johnson leaves today on a JKoworl fhlo I oftomoon noitly ....1.'. Barry Goldwater charged tuesday
r .wo-day campaign swing Into todloM, OIK mOO,bKffnlnf oortly cloudy ondcomlnvod President Johnson hu
Trwrwoy Lowott toltanf $7,900 to ",500.i .
Sidewalk
... .. .
New Jersey, Pennsylvania and M (o HI. Tlwndoy" 'In Ifio 70o. forced
New York. Northooitorly. winm 1 U lo U mlln onw. a new delay of a Senate i The salary of the county attorney
.
investigation "because Bobby Is $15,000 a It
year. was
I was The scheduled first speech for a of shopping his trip .e,...-. on...Hgrrluno Mori idvlMrloi rte.ll, .. Occoilonol for Iho E _ Baker's affairs lead right Bid RejectedThe raised I several months ago.

rom. fflrougri TnurMoy" ottO torn "lo.colly straight Into. the White House Wayne Carlisle Is serving in
I center near the airport at Tetero. Mn roiniiil Low hwlqnl 74 f* itself." Alachua County commission -that .
i N.J. From there, he flies Jt hlon tlwrMoy n to n. NorlH.If decided Tuesday not to act post.'Will
.ujv Windi to N mlloo, )locoiy And the
'
to &the Wilkes-Barre Scranton IOMr .0' Olow- Republican presidential on a request by Mrs. G. T. Sin Take Post
airport in Pennsylvania for .n CD Occasional rain to;. H nominee found himself In gleton for assistance In building

early afternoon party rally. night and Thursday with some the middle of a lively word bal sidewalks along University Avenue
'
Then he heads for New York, locally heavy amounts. Low -a" tie with Democrats after an off near Blackacres. October 16

where he will attend a dinner tonight (7 to 73, high Thursday '"". he-cuff charge Tuesday night, Sidney Martin told fellow I
tonight honoring the memory of 7J to 83. Northeasterly ..., ".... that the rival party was "a commissioners Gainesville city' William M. Gartner, assistant -

Alfred E. Smith. winds 10 to 20 miles, higher Fascist organization that will commissioners have. city building Inspector, will
Hllachedule, as announced I by hi showers. GAINESVILLE WEAThERS not even allow I member to: already assume his new Job as Ahchua -
decided build walk and
to the
the White House, has no activ," throuon K All roildonti, oro Municipal Airport readings speak his mind In favor of a County building inspector
ttee' listed between 145: p.m., wood to 100 o* Hurrteono m clow) touch'liktll win'Hurrl.moOdvliortw for 24 hours to I a,m. today: member of the other party ed.county participation Is not need- Oct 18, G. M. Davis, chair

when he reaches La Guard COM or noor nurrteoiio Iho car .. ovtr
and the S Smith < ond ..., Koyi airport, p.m. wwi I florldo Hilt onornoM 2 '.m. Rainfall ..17.TIMPItATURfl snapped with a
.....,.. .
Odd Low materials while the
tonlgnf 'In city
dinner. however charge that the supplies I
Presumably
vppor 7X HlfK TtiurMoy In low Ito. tLlfWNIIINlf Republicanswere Gartner will help the county
he will use the time to get together JockMnvltlt' *74 km a Pr.M... guilty of totalitarian tacfcs labor, to build sidewalks draft Its proposed new building
with various state Dem (IDA Key TIOSS .. a, vs .so' -"organized on property next to schools. code
WodMidiy Hlgti of t N "m. and booing groups which he will also enforce ,
la Low ol ...... .. TomMAttoMo o 7. .11 The Blackacres request Is for
cratlc leaders. ...... om. 1:11 aM liMAINI 7t 557hudy to keep the opposing point 01 "
The President will spend the "igII II IU an. s.d Nm, ,Orltont. 71.4 view from being heard." sidewalk between 32nd and 34thtracts
i '
.r/A I night at the Waldorf-Astoria. sin P.m. pm. Lan eI nas ...... i". 4M 0... "'..., ..1. 4 4n oN I 'With election day less than and la not near a school. Reject Widening/

leaving for upstate New York OOMCAIT : Wu0Ig5. 5 71, 4p three weeks away, Goldwater Some 132 children living in I

< .i.iIA. early Thursday for speeches In lAst GULPs NorMwitorly wMt" 5:City ,', ; returned to the attack on the Blackacres must travel al o ng 16th AvenueThe
II I M M nooN Thwoioy, .. ... University Avenue where there
.... Rochester and Buffalo. He ww occmtaul. ..,... CIIWIL. .&'" 71 61 Biker case In a prepared
Wlroirioto M, tun) 1001111) A II .N la no sidewalk, to reach Little-
return New York for .
to City aappearance speech The Issue he said Monday Alachua

:::= Reunited With Wife and s speech at Thursday a Brooklyn night rally at Five Day ForecastRainfall I more, "Is than hurting anything the else.President wood County and commissioners Westwood schools.are backed away County Tuesday commission froma

.".::=;;Lt. Col. Michael Smolen UJ3.A.F who klJ. Liberal As worUnff with the Cllv of Waldoto proposal to three-lane 'carts
wan a party rally a springboard for his new of :
NW
--naped by pro-Communist terrorists In Venezuela The Liberal party, which associated' with hurricane .'light to moderate. Temperaturesare charges, the Arizona Senator build a sidewalk'near the/lie 18th Ave. to relieve iraf-

;yZ3;: : : ut Friday, kisses his wife shortly after his rerZ3ease exists only In New York, ha Isbell is expected to be expected average normalto used the announcement Tuesday school there. congestion.
by FALN In Caracu late last night. The 45. endorsed Johnson. heavy over south Florida Sidney Martin, who originally
;::. three degrees below normal i by Sen. B. Everett Jordan, D.N.C. -
::=: ear.old World War II veteran from Chandler, ArtJSISona. I Johnson will fly back to the Wednesday and Thursday. M ., that the Senate Rules Right-of-Way proposed three-Ianing said study
: Normal 79 to 85
., la deputy chief of the 11.$. Misaion to theVenezuelan White House Thursday nigh much as five to ten inches Is highs are low'j Committee, which Jordan showed the Idea not practical

Air Force. H. said a primary reason for: but will hit the campaign triO forecast for that area. Elsewhere range from 59 at leads, would delay its probe of Is AcceptedThe because of speed limits, short

;:S3jU release, as related by the kidnapers, wu that gala Friday when be goes to rainfall Is exoected to be 71 at Kev West. I Baker until after the election up-grades, right-of-way acquisition ..

"_ ")our publicity purpose hu been served." (See story Ohio for speeches hi Cincinnati because of the difficulty of getting Alachua County commis- costs and pending construction

f -4hla page.) and Dayton. After that, he enough senators to come sien voted Tuesday to accept donation of 8th Avenue from NW 23 -
More
I iudi for his home state of About back to Washington to form a of road right of way to NW 43rd streets.

3KE. IS 74T" Texas for a serial of speeches. quorum for the committee.In from Hart R. Stringfellow

: *. Former President D wig hi II his speech Tuesday, Gold- chairman of the Slrlngfellow BllildinglUol'cBid
KingFrom water said "The man who now Supply Co.Stringfellow.
More About
::Pt'ElseBhower!: is 74 years old 1 1py 1
today.ZZZTEIsenhower. occupies the White House could had offered togive AcceptedAlachua
Page 1institute by lifting a finger, start the right of way In an area
with a grin and I / Bobby Baker case on its way to I mils west of Newnans Lake County commission.
*"""1: glance at Tuesday's sunny I laid In Its statement be awarded the puce prize.In full exposure. Instead h.1a- and south of E, University ers have accepted the bid of

;.;Ikres;;; told newsmen, "If the announcing the award. addition, the American standing firmly and coldly on Ave. The section is under de $1,437 by James W. Green to

;:::"iim keeps this way, I guess. I'll From Page I' King, son of an Atlanta Bap- Friends Service Committee gotIt the side, of deceit and cover-up. velopment.The move the home demonstration

:=ytjn a few holes of golf." t tilt minister and himself an or- once. "The man who now occupiesthe county voted to accept bUilding from the old county

SENTENCED Information and, on Oct. 2 he ained minister provided his White House is, In effect right of way for an extension of Jail site to property near the

turned it over to Grenler. A few fellow Negroes with a power. }More AboutThreat. telling the American people togo SE list St.Seek. new county jail.

;Z2sV Michael '.IIIIIt, was'found minutes later, he was given tl,. fuI new weapon molded and whistle -that so long as he The old site Is now opened by .

"guilty of negligent homicide and ,' 000 In cash by an Intermediary, shaped from the teachings ondia's does not want the truth knownIn Money; the City of Gainesville, City

=reckless driving Tuesday and ......<<<.JJ money which he Immediately Mahatma Gandhi In the I the Bobby Baker ca.., the To commissioners advised the county .
banked truth will not be known." Improve Jail the building must be re
=sentenced to six months hi jail fight for Negro civil rights. ,

.suspended after (0 days on &the From that point until Tuesday I' King's award, rumored for From Sheriff Joe Crevasse will gethis moved.

::homicide. charge, fined $50 for Phillips said, carefully months, will amount to 273.000 Page 1 jail improvements If the Zone
reckless drlv- acreened Information was kroner IntuarieS Changes
Swedish
$53,123this commission find
county can the
graphs of World War II Nazi
ling mailed to Grenler. Tuesday
= and bond daily
Iyear. The cash prize and the In the do
money budget to the
= [mist $1,000 (A* wtrMNott to IN Sun he said Flax was to make Nobel gold medal and diplomawill leaders and books of Adolf Hit 'a' _.1 ",.'I.snrnlI, I.e lu...'" work. Are Ordered
I Flame o laired actress Ar- another personal delivery to I ler. lOOI'c"' so 0f' Pigs'
pending an ap
be handed to King at ceremonies I Crevasse renewed his requestfor
= peal. He wasinvolved lane Dahl has divorced her Grenler, Including I'spurious"confidential" BROWN INFANT Five lonlng changes were
third in Oslo Dee. 10. Some of the guns were at the: jail Improvements after the
i'- In husband, Christian R. memo outlining I ordered Tuesday by the Alach.
King was born In Atlanta, Ga. home of Schmidt's mother because Charlie Brown Infant escape Sept. 18 of Randolph
= I teen-age drink. Holmes, ell producer and President 'Johnson'scampaign Henry Jr., ua Board of County Commissioners .
ling before heir to the Flelschmana yeast appearance plans for the next In 1929 and went to the Crozeheotoglcal he lived there with his son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Pitta, 23 year-old Negro charged .

(automobileEl an fortune. The actress told the three weeks Seminary, Chester, wife and small son until last H. Brown Sr., of 2119 NW with the rape of an IS -year- The board approved
eenrl Holmes refused to accept Pa. He took his doctor's degree August, the sheriff said. 28th Place, died Tuesday .t old white girl. a requestto
crash June 23 Flax said he planned to ask Pitts walked out of the jail change zoning from agricuJ.
f Win which Nancy responsibilities as a Bus- for another pay- ff. He left with In theology at Boston Universl' He described one rifle with I Alachua General Hospital. without being seen. He was re:lure to business B for a site

:=: Smith Hltchlngs, 17, band and father, staying a yellow envelope filled with ty and served later ass Bapst telescopic sight as "capable of, Survivors Include his parents, .captured. at 5600 NW 13th St. SIgsbce ,

-WI' killed. The car In which away from home much ef the copies of messages gleaned minister. drilling a nail at 1,000 yards." a sister, Nancy Lee: and two : Crevasse said escapes cannot Scruggs, attorney representing

JZthe pair were riding rammed time. from the Teletype wires linking In 1955 he was chosen to lead I brothers, Charles Edward and be avoided until a new workingarea )his wife, had asked the commission '

:Jnto n tree in Connecticut. national and state Democratic the Negro boycott of the Mont. Mrs. G. H. Schmidt, mother o' Michael Emanuel. can be built. to fhanaf u- th-..- rlaooiri.cation. -.---.,". .0
ROYAL LINES teadouarters. nunerv. Ala. citv buses. Since the man custody. .told! a newsman '
: The is
LYNDE KELSEY cost expected to be
1 S John Masefleld, Britain's 84- A half hour later newsmen then he has served ..sIeader she knew nothing abou $30,000 to 140.000 The budget He said Clinton W. Hollander

year-old poet laureate, publisher met Flax on the street near In the Negro fight for civil: any plot and said) of her son: I Lynde Cartwright Kelsey, M, just adopted Included $20.000 for service station owner, wants to

a five.line poem today "On GOP headquarters. He said he rights, as president of the "He wouldn't do that. lie of 740 SE 2nd Ave., died this work at the jail.Commissioners. buy the (-acre. site on the west

Our Soverlgn Lady's Return. had given the envelope to Grenl Southern Christian Leadership didn't have any intention o' morning at Alachua General Jack Dur. side of the highway It will be

It commemorates Queen Elis;er but was told "when you get Conference. doing that." Hospital after a short Illness rance and Sidney Martin were site of a building to serve an

abeth's visit to Canada and her something hot we'll come up] King was made "Man of the, He was a retired postal em appointed a committee to find agency to sell and service hydraulic .

unpleasant reception In Quebec.1, with some more money." Year" by Time magazine In Police records showed that ploye, coming here 18 years ago'some money. loader

The lines, printed In the Timesof Minutes later newsmen were 9(3 and this year was made Schmidt, a stocky UO-pounde from Connecticut: Approval carried the stipulation 4

London, said: ushered Into Grenler's office. In honorary doctor at Yale Unlerslty who Is self-employed, was con A member of the International Agree to RoadMaintenance that when the new county ,

"Remembering last Novem. He was seen putting Teletype and was awarded the victed and sentenced to 10 yearsIn Order of Odd Fellows, he zoning code Is adopted, the land

ber, people feared. 'copy Into a yellow envelope on John F. Kennedy Prize by the prison for murder In 195! I,recently received his ( -year I automatically will be reclassified .

"Lest ill befell, In an unusual his desk. After reading a copy Catholic Council for Coopera- Schmidt was paroled from pin. He was a past chief patriot as business automotive.In .
case. of the Flax affadavit, and helm lion Between the Races In Chl- prison In 1958 and was granted I of the Encampment of, Alachua County commissioners .I other zoning actions, the r

"Whatever sorrow cloud a told the background of the af. cage. full pardon In I960. 'Jacksonville District 1921 and voted Tuesday to take over Commission:

sovereign grace, air, he declined comment but He was the 12th American to Mitchell said agents of theFBI. was a icvalier: of Canton. and maintain roads In the Dev Approved a request by J. P. :
"Her safety leaves a mother said he knew no one by the the Secret Service and Survivors Include his sister onshire Hills subdivision In Thompson, 3305 SE! Hawthorne '

nation cheered. name of Flax. treasury Department were Mm. Mirv E. Sneirv. Guilford. southeast Gainesville provided I Rd. to rezone a site from-- en-"I.!

: "Hearts that endure for Britain Flax said In his affadavit that Joining In the investigation. Conn.; -and-a nephew; W.: W: right of way can be obtained dcntial AtobuilnessA. "
_
he had been told the alias from the developer, John Camp
to
use Thompson wants to the
ire endeared. Jacksonville. use
:: Spokesmen for the federal ages.elms Allison, i Ii
Residents
'R. Lewis. complain the roadsare property for a neighborhood
SAVES 3 Before he left the Democratic jui1CSLUY declined comment. in bad shapeCommissioners. I market. He had asked reclassj. I'
Aides had said President
: tAP wlrooMM.. to lie Sunl office Tuesday, Flax placed ,:More About also voted tobegin fication to business B, but accepted
: I Carl H a g e s, potato chip several calls to the Republican Johnson will return to his ranch maintaining NW 30th Ter. the A which
rating
Farmer Demecratle Oev. salesman from Tampa, burned committee which newsmen In central Texas to spend Friday race In the Hood section If recommended by the was
: Fester Fwcela todlcted both hands and Saturday nights and zoning
was heard via a loudspeaker attached DixieFrom property owners will donate commission.
M* tVNOS CATWle.NTOMWOI
I by a special fraud) Jury Tet Tuesday nm.cuingawom... to the phone line. Each 1 omtex lor M,. Kotav.ooo ., then undertake two days of right of way for road work and Approved i J H.
request by
.. ...,. __
U rollr** ) will formal campaigning his home
: day M a chg ef eassplN and her two time he asked for Grenler. On 00 KoM M 10 M AM w FrMov. Octobtr -I drainage. Ward to rezone from business

tag to arraage a brie to be small in children one occasion a woman who lo.Homo MM Cluoil ol JonmJoMoMMrol rim Or U.P'L state. Page 1 Lake A to B property at 5710 SE
answered said &the No. 2 man In OorMK. onHr Pint, ..mey..rl.< Orange Hawthorne Rd. Approval
.-Id.. (fee Gevenar'i Cat* from their, 'the C lure coMixltn IN .....Ie.. BvrlolIII ear.
GOP committee was out, to .to evororMn ComoMry an' Pick Shumaker Johnson said earlier that GoJd.water' ries a stipulation for automatic
j:; cU. Story M Page I. burning suit but asked "Mr. Lewis, Is there !lie 45555Mn .e Jan., JIwl.an ,... Cleaning Sought
after It wreck. aOan.. Mr. 55. SI.0d'4 southern support is classification to business automotive
BIG HERO anything I could do to help 74 11 M AvofMoT olnoivlllo, 01,4 dwindling. The Alachua when! the new toning
ed In Jackson ?" _.dnim, iwnlno. OcloMr I* IM4In Retailer Head County commis.sims
Albert you AucfNM Conor! MOM...| ofor decided Tuesday to ask the regulations become effective.
.: The ville. Mrs. "No, I want to speak to him',' el,_.. Connally said he understood
s treatment given Premier3BeIte -Approved from
Moore Jr.. TAMPA Brooks Shumaker :State Road Board to send In a rezoning residential -
Flax replied The woman then slew.. coo R I I' President Johnson is trlllln.1nLoulliana
MSNO.Y J*
..:: : Tshembe at the Confer'tnet -' 23, Albert, 3. Sages said: PMorol ""'.,.. lor (oof Ironm.Moom of Gainesville was elected presIdent 0-foot boom to clean out floatIng A to business A a prop..
of Nonaligned Nations In Mont, win. .. now M I. Alabama Mississippiand tussocks islands of erty at the northeast corner of ,
and Sheri Ann IS months, were .. of the Florida Retail Federation grass c
'We have been receiving the M so THocKMf" 0' '. OclooorI Florida but
gaining the
Cairo has made Mm a hero it mo Of Mop Won Comotory which \have jammed at the : intersection of Interstate 75
from the now the
pulled car by flagon Monday during oranliatlon's
Home. things if that was what you WMtO .,...... >torw> WTO ..... |.rlWtiMlir. strength every day. lower end of Orange Lake 'with Flembigton Rut sear Mioanopy. '
Story on PageS.CUSTODY. wanted to know." OMIOT Ctamk .. *.. Now- annual confers nee raising
row Of \WHItt IwMO COftfUCtlf. .WlorvlMO. the water leveL : Thomas Oil Co. asked
bn his return Tuesday, Later Burch commented on tvrttl will M vMor KM ..- and business meeting here. the for
change, which!
ROW The request is In line with a party
crowds lined the >>m. road &the Incident In a press release nciio, 01- Another Gainesville merchant, TriCountyMeet
Mr
M4 Wn. wants to locale
orW NoM Ol lilt county efforts to relieve backed a service sta
-trem the airport to Leopoldvtlle: distributed by the Republican 5W.. Mr P1,*.,. OMnoivMIO TKO George! Sandefer, Is on the
Actress PUr has .
Aagell .
I* M T_. Octowr Ik WolI up water. S. A. Webb, whose
and roared the National Committee. .... ... board of directors. Planned lion.Voted
AUCMM I
approval as sworn out a warrant for the ar- 0-0| property fronts the lake, com- a urn-year variance
After the Democratson ._
at
smiling premier stood In the test of her exkusband, singer gibing rO zofiiftaf mufrtfncntA tot Roh
inn wurr u luu-
psaincu nigu
: back of a jeep, his fists held the Baker and Gates cases Alachua, Putnam and Marion I who
Vie Demons, charring him withkidnaping ed on his property as a re art Diode, nperatee a chil:
high their l-yer-old son. and nolmg that Furcolo had 33,000 VotersRegistered county commissioners are Invited suit of Hurricane Dora dren's day nursery. at
been Indicted by a grand jury to meet with U. S. Rep. I ISIS SW
The Cairo conference barred Parry. Sidney Martin told his fellow jut St. Dinda obtained
'on a charge of conspiracy to D. R. Matthews next
Tshombe and Egyptian: authorities Demons has filed suit in California Billy commlssioeen the county will such a variance last
bribe to the Massachusetts
held him prisoner to a is gala custody of Per arrange a Wednesday in Orange Springs do what it can with its 50-foot I year, pending enactment ef the

: guarded palace for three days. I ry. I laid Governor's Council, be Herefor to discuss common water con boom, but a longer reach is new sonbig refutations.Galfittviltc\ .
: trol and resource: problems. needed. i

More About these"To serious divert attention. John Bailey from.I 1 Representatives from the U. S Floating Islands have piled up : Sun
events Corps of Engineers, Florida
Nearly 33 000 voters have regtered the 19(9 presidential elec around the dam at the lower ,
comes up with a lIOftIIIIIIealatory Board of Conservation. Florida
for the end of the take.
election
general tion. '
I Burns resembling the escapade next month U Game and Fresh Water Fish Pubfl05ed annfnan oce$
of putting a Democratic spy en per cent more New registration figures show Commission and other agencies: AssistantsGet Saturday ae,1 StXKJav morn.
the GoWwater train. than were registered to vote hi moo br .... Cvntw4lo> Pubnvimq .
a total of white Democrats
23.(59 win attend.
i:; From Pace 1 Bailey would be serving the last M.,'. primary elections. .027 non white Dem 1 Edgar Johnson Alachua commission Pay Hikes 2x4 PIe,Comwy.. Go w.ll e r*. tOt f lorMa.f SE.

cause ef virtue better by simply Mn. Alma Bathes city and crats. 2,211 white Republicans announced the t r I. and --.t Sn .,st&'d cOO.
: Holley. being hi the U. S' trickery or wit so gulHbli M to toUag whether'the Democratic county: registration supervisor, 353 non white Republicans, 485 county meeting Tuesday durlnll The Alachua County commission ort** o*; to PMt Office ox

: bank. said the Ttmea. I permit someone else to use kta HI..... Cetamtttee received said 33JM persons have registered white Independents and 11"1'' the Alachua board's session. Tuesday raised the salaries Go.no* >ll, flonda.CAIIIU .

: Burns said In Wasttagton that InpneeottogfakaderrieaaitaMdocuments. say part ef the fssvM kickback ; X.257 were registered white Independent voters.Heaviest several key assistants to ClICUU'1ON IATIIIT
: thesamemsnotfersdhtnsnd ." Buns ..... allegedly piM 'by Matt McOoss last April. I county positions. oa MAILS
'
WisE .41
Holley forged ledger sheets for' "These counterfeit political f'10 Bobby Baker for the WO Registration books bed Oct.ober registration is ta WOW Salary of tile County Engineer I ..... II.IfPEOPLE .
Precinct lies both inside
29
: fSOO. Burns said be refused to documents have been floating Democrat campaign. I 3. a month before the elfe.tIoa. whIch Meeting ,Ray J. Miller, was raised from An n's-I
ply for them but thf' (naa left,I around rather broadly .m recent Law Jut moBta Mom. O'Con I and outside CatoeniDe.. 'HIM to $13.- a year.' IN so.i an tIdIrrofoCe.MMIIIw. asbscrivens. 0,4
: tf. anyway weeks, and I actually showedthe nor, a 11-year-old brunette was northwest tram Waldo Read; 2OS This Thursday I Administrative Assistant gs oM 5j 05
J, I ledgers" attributed to Mr.,put off Republican presidential i Absentee ballots still are being I : .voters nave registered to Howard Vests was raised Oc.&eese,.

"Mr. Holley" J just ft hooked Holley .to the publishers and. editors candidate Barry CoMwiter's processed. Mn. Bathes said the precinct There will be i regular meeting Gram $1". lo 'HUH ,.... 5..5. M.Oh.0- -05 -.... -- .It

for $SOI, Bums mid ::'I ef two responsible Florida ''campaign Iraki ta West Virginia she expects from IJOe 4.absentee lew I Lightest registration 97 voters ef the Woodmen II the TIle salary ef the county dV S.,-. c-S =. 005 S =

fOrm very much i rpri d that newspapers In the course of the after she. *as found to be distributing ballots to be sent to to precinct 33. ea Uw World! Thursday at 7:>> ... rector of etnrlronmental health, -V ..
-p..; unites IMM! sock political! last U days." I I UU40P literature. i More than 1,301 were processed enters edge of the county. ,a. fee Odd Fellows II me. C. B Ptflord was raised from], .5M- 05 iS --5a

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:BOSTON (AP) .- Former as state commissioner of public been acquitted. "If the accusation Is not political chusetts governor, Furcolo
Democratic Gov. Foster Furco- works. I I Furcolo said the charge I challenge the prosecutionto again for the Senate but failed tried
10 of Massachusetts has been The four councilors also were against him was "obviously guarantee me a trial before to win the Democratic
I nomination
indicted for conspiring to arrange Indicted Tuesday in the closing policital" since it was brought election day" he said.
a bribe. minutes of the life of a special'three weeks before the election. Chief Justice G. Joseph Tauro
The 53-year-old lawyer, who grand Jury that has returned I The aim of the investigationby of the Massachusetts Superior Furcolo returned to private
was governor from 1956 to 1960, more than 150 Indictments the Massachusetts Crime Court promised that civil sessions law practice after his 1960 de
was accused of conspiring with against 40 persons most of them I!Commission, which compiledthe would be closed down if:feat. His wife, Katherine, died
four members of the Governor's present or former state officials evidence presented to the necessary to provide Judges for early this year of cancer.
Council in 1960 to arrange payment and 10 corporations The] grand Jury, "was to get something speedy trials. I Indicted for conspiracy with
U! of a bribe to gain reappointment Jury was in session IH months. on me at any cost," Fur Furcolo first entered public Furcolo Tuesday were Demo
of Anthony Dinatale One of the' 40 Indicted has colo nald. life in 1948 when he was electedto crats Ernest C Stasiua of Fair-
Congress at the age of W. He haven, Michael J. Favulll of

Little Fidel' Won Over lo CommunismMIAMI was re-elected during In 1952 1950 to but accept resigned Worcester of Springfield, Raymond and V.JosephR. SullIvan -

appointment as state treasurer. Crlmmlns of Winchester. All

p (AP) Fidel CastroJr. reported resisting Communist er, Mirtha who divorced the Elected to a full two-year except Favulll are still-mem
., 15, has been WaR over to Indoctrination 'prime minister, can see him occasionally term in that post In the 1952 bers of the Governor's Onmcil.
< The exiled Miss Castro said she reported. election Furcolo then tiled for The Governor's Council in
communism, his aunt, Juanita Fldclito, In poor health a few FMelito attended school In the U.S. Senate. He was defeat Massachusetts consists of eight
Castro, said today. years ago apparently has re-I New York City (Queens) in 1969. ed by Republican Sen. Leverett persons and approves. most
r The boy. known as Fldclito covered, and is In school In Cu Later his father sent him to Saltonstall. gubernatorial appointments and
. -(Little Fidel))-, earlier had born ba. His non-Communist molh-I school in the Soviet Union. After his two terms as Massa state contracts.




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with a check for $610 Monday to be used in ye conservation work.
Accepting was Earl Zebarth, state president of the Lions Foundation. Gamble
and Mrs. Gamble are president and past-president.of the University City Lions PROOF WHY
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CITY (AP) HarryS. a fainting or dizzy spell."He's .
Truman had planned to holda all right, there's nothing
about it at all," Mrs.
serious
news conference today, butJnste.d
Truman said in a telephone 1-Dial Cootie) .
former
the
'
10-year-old i'
conversation with their daughter Ruggedly Built
president was in Research Hospital ..
Steel Cabinet dal M \
Mrs. Clifton Daniel, In New
nursing two cracked ribs

and a banged-up right eye. York.The former president did not ..
He fell into a bathtub Tuesdayat disclose the purpose of the news .ru.a.bbw
the big old Truman home in .,
conference he had called for .
nearby Independence. He told Ii! today, but its tuning coincidedwith
Dr. Wallace Graham, his physician Sen. Barry Coldwater's
since he went to the White appearance in Kansas City.
House in 1945, that the bath mat Truman was 80 on May S and
slipped as he was getting readyto his activities have been at a 3 Temperatures wrrk.see .taawt.nn.
bathe.A minimum since that round of Hot.'W.iim.CoU beet t..al.
cut his right w l c. severe over celebrating He was an elected I.eraa'n'
eye required stitches. His glass delegate to the Democratic ass
es shattered and sliced his right National Convention in Augustbut
eyelid In several places. He had did not go. An illness kept .16988.
bruises on the right eyebrowand him from the dedication the
forehead. TRUMAN \George C. Marshall Memorial ::
After an ambulance trip to the Library at Lexington, Va., In
hospital, some patching In theemerlency' Adams said the eye wasn't a ,May. But he appeared at a Kansas 6-Van. Agitator earls +.tam. ]Fier.'.more washer for the money thamWB'V -
full-blown shiner but showed a with Sen. Hubert """"""
and City rally '
X-rays wa.k
room ardrttw .. *ever' before offend.Enjoy a trafSetmdforget"
Truman was pronounced in,lot of discoloration. Humphrey late In September. ) .., .a twhd.r '' washday. Simple,too.:
satisfactory condition. The hospital posted him as He worked at his Truman Just select water .mperetur..Ddqcle. ,
Robert E. Adams, executive I"satisfactory, resting easily" Library office in Independence
bite Includn Dell,,,, I
driven home
said through the nightDr. Tuesday and was I
of the
director hospital
after 2 He fell *nd ,..,. I
Truman was alert, cheerfuI,1 .' Graham said there was shortly pm .
fully conscious and nothing to indicate Truman had about two hours later I NO MONEY DAWN I"

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HINSDALE, HI. (AP) Juvenile |lOur acts of vandalism are going dent Greg Mertz, 17,,who read \
John about a similar system in Jacksonville
this suburb police Sgt
delinquents in says '
' for a H ath Thnl't Truly
Fla. Officials of Hins .
of Chicago are learning fast thata Beukema, Hinsdale youth offi --
dale, a community of 16,000 i' tiean HITS..CLEAN
Jury of fellow teen-agers can
be tougher than adult Justice. cer.Magistrate Richard R. :Brown west of Chicago, agreed to giveIt Kanmsu. Ke.lnl..re
a try.
attributes the success of the
Nevertheless,
every young
Beukema decides which
Sgt
offender, given the chance, has Youth Jury to the enthusiasm of cases should go before the ,,.., Detergent
chosen the Youth Jury for sentencing the youngsters and community
the
Youth Jury after analyzing
I since Its inception In cooperation."It's pest record of the offender and 5ieis
I Hinsdale seven months ago. basically self-rule. The holding a long interview with

I :By doing so, offenders can youngsters seem to be more Ms parents smso aw.rr ells ._.
their r.
own
without adept at punishing
make restitution gettinga The offenses Involved Include
police record. and more adept at accepting" vandalism, shoplifting, petty it .++ Super Conrrntrstea 611. -
The punishments meted out punishment from their own, theft and traffic violations t Bln-DecrsdabU' .:
1' p by the Youth Jury are designed Brown explained.The I I b ._ 4ll/ + a For Cold or Hot Water With Vl.t-Matlr-
I to Induce perspiration and con-', Jury does not rule on guilt That WasEnough Tr..tNy.urr.lf Ice new Wrlncarl
trition. They usually consist of or Innocence. It passes sentences l Mggsfl9f tMr "clmi"beau in,,'clothM.. conctntMUd use' UM .... Kenmore
but constructive work in eases presented to it ,
menial
Thrill 1&. ...n. Leave M ..w.... WringerWMh
such as mowing lawns, scrubbing The sentences themselves can ,,, .a J Cycle.. J T.mp.r.tur.evs
be Increased or tempered by I 4... N Dry All r.llrlet 1 r.
streets
walls, cleaning or' BEATTYV1LLE!: Ky. (AP) ;, w .,K -t '
working as an orderly In a hospital Brown. Philip Ranck wont forget his Myar KenmoreMateh/sag 9993tNL.r.t
) or sanitarium. The Youth Jury was proposedby 'sea M".I..tr.
,Fifth birthday, neither will hisgrandpuents .r/ alrMM :
Hinsdale\ high school stu- Automatic Dryers ... rmd.-4s ...lie.
helping a
think It. really
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II rolled to a stop In his (rand-

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nrthmt Onekr505 TARTAOLIONf.vke er By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. .
rratMrnl and Clrnltlltii. Miiuitr. By RALPH McGII.L
other
.. Governor Nelson Rockefeller wu asked the day
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r THE SUN'S POLICY r.II.lk, ..rriM......WtaiMf._. imiUlMl; POItotOf .: AM2Jlf t while on the road would be be voting, on November
amnrla> 1trAmsr 10 Affaoongeo 1, for Goldwater *Miller "I have never said bow I
:. 1. Report the news fully and Impartially the news colu"", .. { 1 < have voted and I will not do ao now or In the future."
.. 2. Cxprcti, the opinion of the Sun In-but only In-tdiroriali. AmericaIs t x. f said the Governor going on discourse. about the citizens'
3. Publish all sides of Important controversial I....... right to a secret ballot.

The Sun's telephones: All departments 37$-1411 An enterprising reporter thereupon undertook to go through
1 the profuse remarks of Governor Rockefeller during the
Ethnic I960 campaign, and there uncovered a flat statement (made'
OQG on November 5)) on how he Intended to vote. "I urge everyone
f About That Other Book / ," be had said, to vote "(as) I will vote-for Dick Nixon
: and Cabot Lodge." Confronted with this contradiction, the
'I.. Groups h. Governor answered: "I do not recall saying how I was goingto
Some weeks ago this page provided own purposes." Mrs. Schlafly Inserts IS vote In 1MO. If I did so, I feel It was a mistake."

t an examination of a paperback book three dots after "recognized THAT. OF COURSE, Is highfaluting balderdash. It is one
"None Dare Call It Treason." Since that" and conveniently leaves out all .At the Republican convention f w thing for the citizens to be spared the prurient curiosity of,

then a number of readers have ask of the quotation which is empha Senator Dirksen of Illinois : t. uy, his employer, on the matter whom did he vote for.
let his voice grow sol ., ,,; But the clause in the Constitution guaranteeing a secret
ed for some estimation of the worthof sized.
emnly tremulous as he several ballot wu not Intended to encourage professional politiciansto
.
a companion" tract. "A Choice times spoke of the poor mystify their own political Intentions.
: Not An Echo. immigrant Jewish peddler Rockefeller pledged In California to back whomever the

Unfortunately, when Mrs. Schlafly who came to this country, not .T"k ." ...."... Republicans finally nominated at San Francisco. He did on
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There but the relies bl M .L d
are similarities on her own memory her evena: e Vi apes MIV i a II- one occasion: no that jruerenu-
latter it quite a different dish. facts art'no more reliable. guage,' and whose grands o n LEAVES MAIN CONSERVATIVE POINTSBarry's ally he came out for the
he, Senator Dirksen. was now
nominating for the Presidencyof Republican Party "from top
?'None Dare ." Is pervaded by She says, for example (page 50) the United States. to bottom." He has on a couple

J a spirit of meanness which f la unlikely that in 1948 the Gallup Poll predict. Now we have a curious cam 'New9LineBy of occasions praised tht

to arouse any feelings of ed "Dewey would ba elected in a paign comment from that "courage and integrity" of

generosity toward the author. One landslide." Actually on Nov. 1, 1948 candidate, the grandson 0 f Barry Goldwater. So what

feels quite differently toward Mrs. Gallup gave Dewey 49.5 per cent and that Immigrant peddler. Senator Sitting Bull was also a m.nof
Goldwater has denounced RICHARD WILSON are open to attack. The scopeof ground. Coldwater as the au-
ScMafly. One Is reminded of the admonition Truman 44.5 cent.
per all ethnic groups and says Chief, CewlesWashing labor-management relations thor of "Why Not Victory" courage and Integrity. Governor
of Pope John XXIII: The he Is sick of them "running tea Bares needs reexamination In Goldwater the AIr For c e no. Rockefeller can hardly
person who errs Is always and above That was wrong, of course. but America." What is more, he ENROUTE WITH COLD- the public Interest Federal serve major general and expect his followers to vote
all; a human being, and he retains in not a "landslide" prediction. And, although wants everyone to be sick of WATER Senator Goldwater spending In fact Irrepressibly member of the Senate Armed for a man he himself refuses
every case his dignity as a person"and she derides the accuracy and their activities. The Senator has a persuasive case to on the rise. There are Services Committee, privy to to promise to vote for. .The
therefore spoke vaguely of ethnic lob make on some phases of domestic valid differences on national nuclear secrets and strategy, short of the matter Is:, Rockefeller
deserves the compassion questions the integrity of the Gallup
bies, but he did not say what affairs and he makes economic policy. has taken precedence over the Is not supporting Gold-
we owe to all of our fellow Poll, 1948 was the only time in 14 It well, although in generalities. Goldwater who won so much water's candidacy _

4 creatures. national elections that it has been NOTHING, HOWEVER can He Is at his best In the SOME PROPOSALS which support as a conservative. Lakeville, Connecticut, )is a

on the "wrong" side Moreover since clarify the puzzling revelationof arid. West where he feels the seem novel In the present so Those who follow his campaign little community In the north-, ::
And it does seem that Mrs. Schla 1948, the poll's pre-eleetion figures his deep resentment against sun on his face and warms cial-democratic atmosphereof find themselves western part of the state, tra-1 .
ethnic groups. The peddler's to the easier manners of the this country might I have involved in such mysteries as ditionally .
fly has a special call on our sympathy have deviated less than two per cent Republican but by- .
grandson has come a long great and growing area been worth exploring more the operation of the permissive steadily
r a Anyone who sees ao much from the final results. way, and it is somehow revealing which Is playing such an increasingly deeply. Why not sell the action links system controlling A local.I'wyer.diminishing deeply margins Involved '--: <<
duplicity In her fellow men, so much; that he should blurt important part in Tennessee Valley Authoritysince the usability of atomic in political activities four-
evil In the hearts of national leaders, Nor did the, "Democrat administra out how sick he Is of the activities national affairs. the original conditions weapons, and in the details years ago went about
so many plots and conspiracies must tion" dost "our 45 missile bases in of ethnic groups. Mostof But It Is the same here In which made it a federal project } of military command relationships the hat for the Nixon passing Lodge
them seek only an equal his native Arizona as e 11 e- no longer exist? Wouldit and weapons capabilities
be:a iorely troubled unhappy Turkey and Italy" in ticket Invoking
person. a "pretended share In the American dream.To where. Many who find valid ta fact be wrong to turn which an of the highest among reluctant
economy drive." In the first place be sure, there are s o m e his case against the growth of the Post Office Department classification of milting secrecy. members of the community
Our compassion for Mrs. Schlafly wt never had 45 missile bases In lobbies that want us to go to central power in Washingtonand over to private operation and Background briefings Nixon who because were disgusted with
however. must not blunt our reaction Turkey and Italy. In the second war to restore Independencto who would like to slow it get as much efficiency In distribution of those who follow the campaign to of his capitulations

to the grievous errors of her badly place, the reasons for closing the some of the Eastern n a- down, if not arrest It, become of the mails as we are often largely devoted for Rockefeller, the
those alarmed when the Senator have In the owned to such matters necessity party loyalty.
tions. And three are privately .
done but 'potent little booklet and bases did have there Almost
wt were strictly to a man, the
who want us to wipe out Castro talks about nuclear weapons, power and communications I Some events have played Into right
the mischief it can do among trusting military : the missiles based there (and much of Cuba ) missiles and the hard line toward companies? Goldwater's hands. Thereis wing came through gave

people. were old, "soft"-I.e., above ground with a few well-placed nuclear Russia. Many federal 'problemshave undeniably a reaction In money for, and worked towards .
-mIssiles, extremely vulnerable to bombs. (The Sen a lor not achieved their aims the country against the the election of Nixon.
Mrs. Schlafly approaches her task enemy attack and sabotage and himself seems' to like these SEVERAL POLLS In MEsons but they persist interminably amassing of private fortunesby This year the same lawyer
than of lobbies.) But this curious remark show President Johnson although under severe academic life time public officials. has organized a Republican-
differently the author "None therefore obsolete had
as soon as we by Senator Goldwater in ,the lead. This is essential- and Intellectual. criti Cuba still rankles. The Berlin for Johnson Committee _
Dart Whereas he heave the intercontinental .
relied new missiles Installed will require considerable clarification. 1y, In later years a Democratic cism.If Wall la as abhorrent as ever. and the community Ish In up.
ily on "documentation1 some 800 at home'and Polaris missiles. l state and Goldwater's the Senator was so deeply President Job n 10 n 'a style roar. The regulars Imported

footnoted citations she lists only aboard our submarines at sea. The early colonial mlxtere" election to the Senate went convinced on 1 the right of .does not please everyone. Senator Dirksen, no less, to

62 such references.In of English, Scots, and Welsh against the trend. personal choice' as It relatesto rally the fainthearted and ,
included its minority ethnic Some have wondered what .the civil rights program BUT ALL SEEMS to have he performed wonderfully/
of Dutch. Germ In., the campaign would I have why has he remained so silenton gone by the board to center well, but did not succeed I f
instances she her But it groups
some uses is in her unsupported allegations It 1680 before the been like if Senator Coldwa this since he cast his vote attention on the Issue of In collapsing the disloyalist/
Jews.
reference books well even too that Mrs. Schlafly demandstoo native born was were In a major ter had stuck to the main line against the Civil Rights Bill? whether or not Goldwater is movement: they continue to \
well. Her chapters on the pro-Wlllkit much of the credulity of her ity. It was In the 1830s before of his role ss Mr. Conservative. His view is that he might !induce a hot head who could not be seek Johnson votes among

: "conspiracy" and an alleged attempted readers. Somehow for example, she the large tides of immigration This would not necessar riots and violence by discussing relied on In the continuing regular Republican ranks. )

political seduction of Sen. RobertA. knows (page 49)) that "Dewey and began In the decadeof ily have prevented him from. the Issue. confrontation with the Communist '
attacking the Democratic record world. This is not the A LOCAL )1 t
Taft based slender little Warren the W30s they came from RESIDENT Is
art on a promised each other that
Europe at the rate of M.OOO. In foreign affairs Cuba, BUT THE VIEWS which I way many conservatives foresaw the distinguished philosopherand
book "Ont Man Wendell Wfllkit" neither would mention the hottest and VI tt
from the Berlin Wall first attracted national attention the presidential campaign. political
of the 1830s they came strategist Mr. ,
written in 1943 by a bitterly antiWillkie Issue of the day," bered about 200,000 per year. Nam. The Kennedy Johnson to Goldwater, and made s James Burnham, who wrote I Ito
record has of political him In the minds of the But Senator Goldwater believes
Ohio Republican politician, C. In the 40 years from 1120 to points many the Lakeville Journal to
Nelson Sparks. She "knows" (page 69)) what reward I860 some six million came. to vulnerability.He natural and more attractivesuccessor he Is committed to the say s few words of stunning
our shores. could have done this of the late Sen. Robert present course for the remainder effect. Aren't the Rockefel-
Warren and Nixon were A. Taft the champion of the campaign and thatit
while pursuing the main line. as lers. and
the local
Mrs. Schlafly quotes Sparks quit. secretly promised to side with Gen. NAMES LEAP out of their There are weaknesses In the of the conservative idea, have will prove to be the right playing around with apostates the two., f

accurately ; in fact, whole sentences Eisenhower in the 1952 convention.She number. Carl Schurz, who was Social Security system which been shunted Into the back. one. party system, no less? he ask

of "A Choice ," can be traced, "knows" what wall said in private to become one of the best ed. Four years from now if
,
word for word, to Sparks' book. telephone calls. She "knows" k sown A m ericans, came t" the 1 ncpuuiicwu>--..'-..---- _nominate___. a

what went on, in virtually breath- this country to ; car.Pr ; liberal there Is going to be a ,

In other canes, nhe is not so scrupulously by-breath detail, in any number of sign oppression. Francis Lie- fierce retaliation by conservative I i ,
her had fought In several armies Voice of the Republicans.
careful. First on her pare allegedly secret, conspiratorial meet. against t yr. n n y. He ii-i t ,
21 and then on page 46 Mrs. Schlafly ings. (The quotation marks are ours, came to America In 1827 asa I II "It is utterly beside the '

alleges that In 1944, at the "per. for emphasis.) teacher. He founded the Encyclopedia I point"whether, said Mr. Burnham, ,

sonal request of Gen. George Marshall Airier I can.. H e I On The SIID'Is.Orinion'Page. licans should conservative rally In 1961 Repub to I II

," Dewey "refused to mention All this taught history at South Carolina !
high-level doubledealingis in 19(1 to the
College (now the University ',"_ ... e.eew5N .. SM iw4 n ..Ic_ to the Veto et Hw '.*.). ....... Uttann Republican candidate 1
the best issue the Republicans had: done, presumably, for two reasons, ) he became one of our .0-.. b deed ... bas ...* wrWi ....... Nun,,, win k* ......... M ,.e..a... A teem ih...M : It Is simply a fact
how Roosevelt had Invited and encouraged one expllcity set forth, the other inescapably ; thinkers teach one nosed 300 ...* ... ..* W **.... .. ..... eeon side oeb ...... ,.*.V ..*... be .**. TIteSII. that they won't, feeling as so
the Pearl Harbor attack. implicit. ers.great John writers Mitchel came, about ......,...,.owes the ...... N ...... sew ...... w N .salsa k. .1tIteoot ........ she ...... sneiy w many loyalty,of demonstrated them do, that their II

Her footnoted reference Is to page 1723. His name occupies a over in

8.& of Ralph dt Toledano's book 'The 1, The "eastern kingmakers" presumably page and of a American half In the Biogra DIctionary CORE Was There, iron David CORE Dukes task sought force shelterat worker Appreciates was many not preceding requited I in 19M.elections" ., I

Winning Side." Here art the relevant want to maintain a state of He botanist, phil a se-called white school. He
was
passages from pages 83 and 84 world crisis through an "America osopher phy. medical expert, valuable But Shunned was told summarily: "Go to Washed Bus What then will happen to the

of that book: last" foreign policy once carried citizen. They are three. your own shelter", which was Republican Party? It may :
EDITOR Sun: This Is ta very well fade into ,
out by John Foster Dulles!-so that There were thousands more across town. David Dukes and EDITOR, Sun: Please taslgnif-
who made contributions above reference to your reprinting of his friends bad to crosstown thank whomever is trance, become something
"It might be said that the 1944 they can reap big profits from U.s. responsible like those little
the average.In an editorial from the Live Oak ta the middle of the parties whose
election was fort-doomed for the Re foreign aid designed to meet the the four decades after paper which chastized the hurricane to reach shelter. for the condition: of city- only function 'Is to tease the

publicans. The country wu at war Communist threat. (So they seek to the Civil War some 1) million Congress of Racial Equality A third county where CORE franchised bus No. 144 yesterday monolith that governs Mexico
and President Roosevelt as Com impose on the Republican Party immigrants came-from (CORE) for not giving large has its greatest concentrationof morning It was washed ta the bloom of her democracy I

mander in Chief, was more effective either candidates sure to be defeat. all the world. Ireland sent sums of money and manpower workers Is Csdsden. Early And its exhaust was and gets reelected every

tending above the battle than if ht ed or nominees who will supplnely more than three million. They to the efforts to combat In the storm the local staff tolerable at cruising speed. If time by t5 per cent or more. ,

had campaigned continue Democratic policies if they were, for a time the most oppressed hurricane Dora there. The rebuttal leader caned seven places to only the driven of an the of the vote.SENATOR. .. 5
minority. None fought for the editorial contained volunteer the six full time J
happen to win.) harder than they for a placeIn within the reprint itself staff, a number of can two buses could do u..D. my JAVm who did
"Dewey moreover, could not attack the American sun. They but I will add some outside mimeograph machines a telephone children and I wouldn't get much to confuse the cste- t
Roosevelt on the conduct of the Those profits are a* imaginary as early saw that exercise of the facts. committee and from B nausea whenever wt art tories' ta the first place by j

war without seeming to give aid and much of tht rest of Mrs. Schlafly's ballot was the way to oppor- Point one: CORE is similar to M local volunteers to work caught behind a bus. designating himself s Republican .
comfort to the enemy. H. was in book. Most people don't realize that tunity. (John F. Kennedy was to the White Citizens Council ta either the white or the Negro while rating most of the
"PRO BONO BUSES-
fact, visited by Gen. George C. Marshall about 80, per cent of foreign aid a product of such Irish Immigration and the Ku Klux Klan ta Live community: shuttled on hurricane from time busily with engaged Hubert himself Humphrey.during/ I 1\
.) Oak ta that none of these defense He wu :
who pleaded with him on this money stays right here in the contributed f unds 10.ntiDora one "leader" to another and Legion Vetoes HO telling. people that if I

very point. (Emphasis added-Ed.) United States but it is for the purchase WE BECAME the first ato .groups efforts The Red on the final call the phone .Goldwater war nominated, u:

of agricultural roods and industrial mic world power almost en Cross Civil Defense and oth- was slammed down without would be the end of the two-
Similar distortions' of her sources products of everything from tirely because of ethnic group er governmental agencies are any conversation. Thus the None Dare'wires party systtnv .The Senator j
Immigrants. Albert Eimte I n. CORK workers, having no may very wen prove correci- .
can be found in her use (page 83) Gf farm machinery to hospital equip. delegated this responsibility.
Donald exiled by HiuVr'a brutal anti- Second: manpower The till contact with fecal civil defense ,. Sue: The Gold- His was taa sense, a self- I
B. Johnson's Tht Republican ment Semitism, produced the for CORE worker in Live Oak at people at all did the water headquarters ta Gaines Justifying predkUoa cauutrejhe. ,,
Party and Wendell Willkit" and mula. E equals Mel Enrico the time was trapped ta her best they could ta the Negro bat tt ta like the man wbo I
vale Wile
(pare 31, footnote 2) of Arthur 2. The second, darkly hinted reason Fermi refugee Italian, supervised house for s week. Why Because community. a package of predicts that tomorrow yen.
Schlesinirer Jr.'s The Politics of the first successful experiment the Caines- poor. tor seta mulled "None win be dead .
that the "eastern kingmakers"do of her activities: a request n Is good that or.
Upheaval." what they do is that they are ) in fission at the University to install sewage drains vine Sun expresses inlay Dare Can K Tresses" ..... b absst ;den. I
of Chicago on November streets ta Its d l It er .. 'The Java1 sod Reckefet-
really Communist sympathizers.Such and pave tile was viewpoints\ e ......, the Juneriratj Lt
7. 1941 He was aided denied. A was sent al column. Perhaps it wouldbe Inca and) and .
message Keattags, the .-
Schlesinger wrote in 193 that the an allegation laid up against largely by the work of two ... tf OrvtlHrf, OUt airaged
out from CORE'S central office more sopNstkaled to tie lawyer ta ........ cries I F Fa
"more sophisticated" business politicians names like Rockefeller. Ford )Ic. Hungarian-born p h y 11C I fats, that all staff should try choose from the sounder conservative pit.9 II .......... III etiewt, art taking a eta..:

"recognised that tat ....IM.Uon Cloy', (Henry L.) Stimson, Lodge, Siilard and Wagner. to help: unfortunately she thinkers that to reartat heck II a ... relilit ... MnapoMMttyea their

of Hoover tr Mother coaaerva- etc.-Individuals and families who America is Imm Icrants. was unable to do .... the ragtag .. a Uve pejg. wbea they ........ shoulders, and history nay ,'

live would be a disaster. and were have given service, fortune and lives It Is odd to have the ped Now CORE eiitrfeMeisomeetheraiteresUttf Oak racist Tata wsukt ..... eta.... Jolla i11n..e'ssee idatify them at the true ex \

probably persuaded by (Joke D. M.) in the peacetime and wartime service dler' grandson Senator GoloV r e ad- vide faker belaeee to the of elacom.latla' Vise often trade of ... if Indeed, His I

Hamilton that the mildly progressive of the nation-does not deserve water so angrily contemptuous blocks ta attempts to jolts lilt .ml ef the liberal cehanaaowtackiM. 41116 III eaiat extremism ta pursuit. of I
of the ethnic groups and dominant white community the detest ef eew..... to ,
Landon might be adapted to their a reply. their activities. ta fighting the storm la Mad- JUDY BENNTNGE1 m SERGE give te Ike twe-party system I

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JAaCSONVtttE (AP) A At any rate, Hagen pulled It was Just duty old water but street more than a mile from ...IMP.,.. ..SCOTCH like Uehe RUM WALKERS roof Gift
screech of tires tent Carl Hagen Mrs.Albert Moore Jr.and her it served the purpose." the accident Be was hospitalised
running to the Ken of an accident son Albert, 3. from the front' Hagen was taken to a hospital in fair condttioB. Old LIGHT Oe. DARKSEAGRAM'S
Tuesday seat along with Mrs. Moore and Patrolman B. L. Miller said Fitzgerald Florida Rum .
He taw a man crawl out of a Then be peered into the flames the two children. ,there was no doubt that the woman ... '
wrecked car and spoke to him and saw Shert Ann Moore, Mrs. Moore was listed h and two children were sawed ,:Jiu"7 I CROWN iK Boston Pinch ..
momentarily. Flames suddenly 13 months, on the back seat serious condition,' Sheri Ann Infllr from being burned to death. BssJ BEAM
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sprang up in the car. I "I ripped off my shirt and condition. I Bagen a potato chin sales SOUTHERN >86 Proof Blind
Hagen found it a little difficult dipped K in a drainage ditch," Hagen was treated for burns man from Tampa was walk COMFORT OLD CROW '
to recall Just bow things I Hagen said. "I wrapped it on his hands and released. ing his motel room when the' $2 -a-
went then around her and lifted her out Police found Moore bleeding screechto: of tees started him run I' $ .99 5th
and dazed, wandering along a ning. $4.99 5th a.7s 3- 1095cSS
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ORLEANS!: (AP) A transplanted chimpanzee kidneys I
high school teacher: who survived to five other humans,threeof "SneakProview"
with a kidney transplanted whom survived for periods up F EARLY IUY FULL QUARTS IMPORTED SCOTCH ',
from i chimpanzee longer thqn to two months. Night and KENTUCKY (Ml Dry
any similar patient in Tulane Miss Parker had returned to
cum SARK
University'medical: history is her teaching job last September "SURPRISENIGHT" TIMES .,.nsr.GENT. err. Murl 3.49 GINFull ....
dead. I and had reported regularly for I '"" t Quert '
Edith Parker. S3, Negro of checkups.She i 10 VIA OLD MUM.BROOKS. 4.19 Qvort ,,_ TeachersJOHNNIE
Napoleonville died ta Charity I apparently had been progressing VODKA ...
Hospital here Il months after well, and in July a ANYTHING CARS TAIRS
receiving the transplant ,Tulane spokesman said there' CAN ., 'wwta SSAI $4 JA Full
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A team of Tulane scientists were no signs of Infection and HAPrIN HDLE l Quer* WALKER
performed toe operation Jan 13. only the routine checkups were II AND Z1 :3-
Physicians would not comment required. I I USUALLY k" KENTUCKY XID LABEL _
Tuesday ca the cause of death I DOES OLD CROW TAVERN I
pending further I UK m. ewft I Yr. *X *". twr $5' 99
Investigation. FHA 11:30..m.to 2 OS 3.99
SocialAt lunch : p.m. Pull :
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(from diabetes along with the McIntosh Lunch&Dlrwwr$C.ckhS.rv.A N.73 Qvert Y
ailment which made the transplant Ewry Cloy

necessary. MCINTOSH Miss Mary DAVID: of Stuarts LAMPLIGHTERIMPORTED :
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The longest previous period of Ann Rath was hostess to the '

survival listed after on a Tulane'i similar transplant books North of Marion Future High Homemakers School chapter of- wlr.CAFETERIA Wine $119's... \ IMPORTED $]99 I ENGLISH $n J'69
was Jefferson Davis,
43 Negro America a get acquainted social ".
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he died of an Infection which were invited to the social AIR GAINISVILLI CONDITIONID SHOPPING, CENTER mi PAIKIMrui '
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ping the sale of all "hard detergea. Record Kin?

I 1 !.0;.0II Submits Plan to Insure Fresh. 'JViTh7( II 'for Florida ( '. ::1 destructible.down."even which These In are sewage are almost not treatment broken In- Diane SAWYER Dauner Kan., 'new(AP).-ore Tina

::1;, TALLAHASSEE (APA) ,committee ,proposed laws to:land' already la a;problem Insome tive In delaying'establishment l of hibit any, stream widening,or The committee said that one I ,I and can be detected In daughter of Mr., and,MrsEd hold
::| special legislative committee make it a crime to dump raw sections. a salt water barrier "until land canal digging that'' would discharge metropolitan city dumps 15 million -streams far below the discharge die Dauner of Sawyer may
:: has recommended a broadscale sewage or any other kind of I .The 1963 Legislature tried to development'has' proceeded to into tidal waters unless gallons of raw .ewl.lnto point. I II I some sort of record ancestors.for the number
.' attack on the problem of Insuring foreign matter Into water, and give a measure of authority In such a'point that lines, will be the State Conservation''Department the public waters of Florida of living
: plenty of fresh, pure water,called for a mandatory barrierto 'the matter to the State Conservation meaningless," said the.committee -! ,bad, given:permission.And daily. This would be prohibited They also proposed that FlorIda has four grandparents,
: for Florida citizen and Indus- protect the state's coastal' Department but the law would under the law,,as would dumping get a long range programthat She
try.. 'sections against salt water In-'was Ineffective said.the com- the state require of cans, bottles and other ultimately would Include four great grandparents and
:: I trusion. mittee. The legislators, led by Rep. that proper control.tructure.be trash Into streams. five great great grandpar-
::' In a recommendation to House I I Allison Strickland: of Citrus erected to keep the salt waterIn I buying land for water storage
) :: Speaker Mallory Home, the Salt_water seeping under the i Various Interests were effec County, proposed a law.to pro Us place. The legislators suggested flop and outdoor recreation. ents living.
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., FRANCIS STULET running against Republican Sea
f NEW YORK (AP-A Dumber Hugh Scott The race is expected trZ 1
of women holding high state and to be close.

national offices an bidding for Another senatorial candidate r
a y. aH
re-election this year, and a la Mrs. EUy Peterson, a Republican L
peat many more have JumpedInto and the first woman nominated -
the political fray for the by a major party for the
first time.A in \ I II
post Michigan. Her opponent I '
few of the newcomers could .. is Democratic SelL Philip Hart.
make political history In their :.!. "",. ..t In Illinois the fight for the
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; respective states if they win. .,. 15th District congressional seat
+ In ELLY PETERSON PATSY MINK
general the lady candidates FRANCES MILLS
pits a
woman against another
tend to voice the belief '. 11I' Eyes Senate House Hopeful House HopefuljVgverhas I
woman. Republican Charlotte
Rep. -
that they can do just as good a
Reid. I 51-yearold widow ON ALL BRANDS
Job-and maybe even better who won the seal In 1961 is beIng :
than the menfolk.
opposed by Mrs. Poppy X.
Some unusual situations developed Mitchell 4J, a housewife maktag .
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r" as the distaff division her first try for political of '
doffed aprons to battle for bal- fIce. .*.> : FIVE FLAGSVODKA

I lot.In In Kentucky, the only woman'
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several major races It's a running for a major office Is'' :
woman vs. woman showdown. GENEVIEVE BLATT Mrs. Frances Mills, O-year-ok' $2 59
A 74-year-old woman is seek Eyes Senate Democratic nominee for Congress Cake so luscious
ing a ninth term In the Massachusetts ocrat who has served since in the lib District. I 80. proofPLANNING OI

State Senate. 1949. Leonor K. Sullivan Missouri If elected she would be the
Men have plumb given up Democrat who became the.tate' first woman ever to represent
trying for the office of secretary ho Democratic Ken-! I
first congresswoman in party as a
of state In tow Mexico. cost little I
I 953, and Florence & Dwyer tucky: congresswoman She also I so A PARTY?
An Iowa has chanceto
woman
a New Jersey Republican first would be the second woman In
become the first Negro to,elected in 1956. Kentucky history to represent'
serve in her state's legislature the state in Congress.
In several states there Isn't. Still others are Washingtonstate's
In Hawaii, State Sen. Patsy
single woman running for statewide two women representatives Milk, 96, the tint woman of l1
Catherine May, I Republican -
or congressional office. Japanese ancestry to be Ii-
Among those seeking reelection first elected In ISM and
censed I to practice law there Jf'r OO7
Julia Hansen, a Democrat who
are several veteran con-
and the first to serve In the I
'has served since 1960. I
gxesswomen. state legislature Is a Democratic -
? One of the most prominent is A woman candidate for t h e candidate for Congress. r we have what It
Rep. Frances P. Bolton Ohio U.S. Senate this year is Genevieve Already assured of a seat In takes.
Republican who has served Blatt, M-year-old Pennsylvania is Georgia .
Congress a 55-year-old -
since 1.>>. Shi was the first state secretary of Internal grandmother Mrs. Janet HAIG & HAIG

woman elected to Congress in' affairs and the first wom- Merritt of Americas, a Dem

Ohio. :'an ever to bold state office in!crat She has no Republican opponent 5 STARCLUB
Include Katharine She electedto
Others Reps. Pennsylvania. was

I I St. George, New York Republican the state office In 1954 and. The first Negro to serve In .... ,
elected In 1M has been re-elected twice. "
first ;
I be / "'i
the Iowa legislature may a
Edna F. Kelly. New York Dem- Miss Blatt I Democrat is ,.It. \'-
Willie! Stevenson
, woman, Mrs. ? ; '!I,'" $4 99ii
Glantona, Del Moines attorney .. '1 ?'
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Comments That and wife of Municipal Judge 1{', \ .
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Luther Clanton. She was thIrst .
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woman prosecutor in Del ;1'

Politicians Get Tired OfBy Moines municipal courts. '
The office of secretary of -4 L
state In New Mexico has been awoman's ANTIQUE
HAL BOYLE in could
speak a cemetery we
world sine 1921 and """"" : """e9F'/-71041 11\
NEW YORK (APRe) corral a few ghost votes "
Ilt'a going to stay that 1II.t .
marks I political candidate gets "Now try to get this through least for two more years. The ahr .
tired of hearing: your head: At the first stop you T' Iii-- '
Mrs. Alberta
current officeholder, i ; '
.'"Remember, Jerry If you munch on Italian salami and Miller a Democrat has UTTEIR, .Il ,if ,' QIi6
You ask for
some pizza pie.
Jose this one the only thing left for her opponent Miss B. Ly- :
:you: can run for is dogcatch- some bagels when we hit the man, a Republican. tt i"t: d/1
And when
district.
garment we $3.5.95th
for the
-*, The candidates same D CoffeeBi "
pause at Yorkville you say a.I office in South Dakota are Miss : ,
1 "The printer says that if we few kind words about the sauerbraten Alma Larson 32, a Republics, 'c
'don't. get up the money for your your mother used to and Mrs. Travis Lewis, a.Dem : -, -11I :''. MOrtOn: ; : : 'tHMff" I: \
election cards now he'll throw make." ,crat
them down the sewer himself."' "You don't campaign on Issues -I In Arizona, Mrs. Jewel Jordan i I' f." \j ; "1" V'4/' ,,::1

"One of his troubles is that he anymore You, campaign a Democrat Is running fan ...... ,. .H" M' t)< -\I\ gives his speech better whn he on your stomach." Why should eighth term as state auditor .4
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.talks in his sleep than he does anybody vote for you if youdon't with Republican Robert Hub- The..Apple Rinf: Layers and layers of flaky, ;
eat the kind of food
same .
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when he's awake. bard aa her opponent and Mr
votes he'ssure he does?" Is all-butter milt ..folded: gently by hand over .
1 think the only Sarah Folsom a Republican > .... I
of so far are those of people "Why should we let our tiger seeking to unseat Democrat W. criip,juicy pie apple. .... >
I I who read billboards aloud debate his opponent on televIsion W. Dick as state superintende The RID Seam wonderful ,
Cinnf-p'Tin :
with their lips." ? That would only let the of public tosf uctko. | 400"
"Maybe if we got him to public find I out how little either milt, teeminf with j plump"" spiced I
of. them know." I MEATS just right Outrageously good!
"If I deliver you Jhe 3rd precinct -i JUST QUALITY
I'' Flu Shots what'a In it for met I'm I Extravagant? Only in tartel Cost if Juat

not one of those college boys CHUCK pennies a HrVin,. Never hart, cake 10 $2.99
who go Into politics Just to improve I luscious cost little!
Urged For'Floridians their health" I Steak .L.. 59c I so
"Before! we stop off at the I ROUND Danish Coffee Rings are just one of the rnajiy! many 5th

next factory kid. rub a little I varietieeof MORTON CAKES...aD inyourpocer's Mererlr
grime on your paws. You can'twin Steak .u. 89c
the worklngmen's vote with i I
Influenza cases In Florida aremuch clean hands" I LIAN GROUND f i7r fy r 7 -444 SPECIALCALYERT
lower than last year bul: "Don't wale any more time BEEF 3uT' I Mo 1'
the State Board of Health today kissing babies. Kiss the old ton pl
said anyone needing shotss adies If they like It, they won't I I
l t o u 1 d be Immunized Immediately bract you on election day." I 6-01. : 5 PieceCal ce Se sets w
for It takes two weeks to "See that messy little guy I FILLIT
a month for shots to become ef- chewing a cigar on the front) MIGNON. ..ecls 72 C '
I fective. olatform? Cozy up to him real''I I I cwolr

Last year over 7,000 cases Iood.[ He can help us. He knows MWEuAuTr
I were reported for the first 10 where half the political skeletons ; IUCKHAWK f'atvtdlt g-P1hIPlM Ffe FArroa Sn
months against Just over 2.000 In town are buried" 5th
I IACON 59c I .
this year. This number Is expected Promise 'em what you think .u.
to Jump before the end of they'd like to have, Jerry. Afterwe I PUSH i I
I the year. win the election we can d-! : !
ways think up rasons why we Fryers .. .u. 29 S14inlUlStldi"1OI'1fd/romHollGn4
Ills especially Important for an't deliver."
older persons to have flu shots, "Ten your wife to hide that I GIN

I according to Dr. Clarence M. nit stole We're going through II We How Wetter
of the board's
harp Bureau, director of Preventable Diseases poor district." I II U.S. Choice ......$ 90 PROOF
"It looks lib this Is a rest
Approximately three-quarters of T-lone and Sirloin
intellectual audience. It doein'lmake .
all flu deaths occur among per- difference what I '350 value 04/so wfceoatoaavCof1oijCakfew ) .
any you
I '1011I under I and over 63. Immunization
la also Important advocate just so you keep It, D.Loach'sOLDFASHION ,1'0' OIT YOUIII,eioply. set ad ttN weed 1IOa'I'OIf.' the 6e.t of My ....Cake $2.99
( for pregnant women and persons on an International level, and pIC.....Mau...eotoet.totRlIer wick 61 N toe............)......arse addoeyfl.e.d
I having chronic debilitatingdiseases. make sound real highbrow If w I piece of MpM tot CAKa.YDfO PIT onu.PA.. iris No lleree4IyeI.
you know any big words go .H.Y.Your Serving Bet will be ekyped My.edessy press tin.laaas J '
head and me them." I Mtejf Market to ste weaka tat deli q. Off*food ...,Y U.ti.A, ad ee1)ies-W..
I: Dr. Sharp says getting a flu "So that's our candidate'! ,voW wkarevar.sad.welsJeW K pokrMeL'
shot doesn't guarantee not'Well all I can say la that If hi*' 1441,W. U.". Are.I7I.2JI4 .- follow fetor Motto Oak adc bit B... oI..tIoUI.. Offmf

catching diesesM but it helps'I'brains match his ears, we've ,..... i HALF PINT
lessen the chances. lot a winner for sure"

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IN NY.. From flu lot Angeles Time I I"I ([crossing over going ,on-front-, power structure is working for' THOMAS ,B. Fleming Jr., Washington State from 19<6 to GOP national commItteeman I THIS MAN, who asked that water's lack of enthusiasm raised for
MIAMI-President Johnson Is'lash, backlash, and so on-its Johnson. state campaign chairmanfor 1952. Two years ago here, he for eight years, thinks G o 1 d-'be not be identified, hasn't voted I tbe,moon program has
"'' from behind in Florida hard to figure out what peopleare Both senators, the governor, Johnson estimates Gold- managed the campaign of a water "is in real trouble." for a. Democratic presidential fears of cuts in space spending elected.
omlng
..... going to do finally." and the gubernatorial nomineeare water's lead la now U to 47. Republican candidate: for Congress "There are Republican defections candidate since ISM. He'there if Goldwattr is,
.
nd could well brine this big neighborIng
In
all for the Fresl Claude Pepper said there are defectors: Cape Kennedy Is a.
Southern second to plugging "But it was 80-40 before the against Rep. all over the place" 'he many I'
prize- only into Race-conscious rural Nor I h dent Atlantic City convention," he a New Deal liberal said. "I see them every day to Johnson In Orange and else county.
Texas electoral votes .
In Florida seems to have been won With that kind of support, said, "and we're coming on A week ago, be became chairman my own law partner, my wife, where. Democrats are convincedthere
... column for first
;1he Democratic over, In a big way by Gold--Mr. Kennedy might well have fast'" of the Florida Citizens for many businessmen. It'. not I will be a sharp dropoff in
citrus
time since 1941 water's vote against the civil Eisenhower Orange is a fast-growing strength in both Orange *
Gen.
While
taken the state. Democrats who Johnson organization. H. has so much on philosophical Republican
But don't bet on it yetThere's rights biD.traditional. AdTal Stevenson were pessimistic space and electronics county and Pinellas (St. Petersburg
wbomped ,several months ago taken a leave of absence from grounds. They just lack confidence that Nixon 71 cent
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political turmoil her Democratic in 1952 and UH, Nixon are now bullish. They are lookIng his Job to work for the defeat in the man-they're con- of its vote gave in 1960. County per GOP ) counties, and are even
maven: most Democrats concede strongholds that gave President won by only SI.S per cen out of for Goldwater slippage in of his party's presidential can cerned about his stability and Chairman Ralph Jahnke says hopeful of carrying Pinellas.
-that while the President bisHeat John F, Kennedy 10 per cent or 1,544,000 ballots cast the urban centers (W per cent didate."I strength. Goldwater will \do even better that Democrats wo uld Is
sharply Into Sen. Barry of their votes four Sen. Spessard Holland's unqualified know all four men on the Goldwat even harbor such'a thought
more years or the state's vote Is in only 22 Battaglia opposed : winning *by 35,000 votesNixon's
oldwaters lead, Coldwater still ago now are 70 per cent and endorsement of the of the 17 counties) to more than national tickets," he said. "Lyn- er's nomination. He will vote ( .margin was 28,515)). in Itself evidence of the change
4* ahead in a close race. 80 cent for Coldwater, President especially don Johnson and Hubert Hum- occurring In Florida.
even per may prove cancel out Democratic .defec- for Goldwater, but is far from
=Democratic votes are going to Democrats concede this. significant tions in the rural areas. phrey are best equipped to man happy about it.. I But the staunchly conservative PINELLAS WAS the first Flo-
ZEoIdwater; Republican votes and what the Goldwater people He is a dedicated conservative Al Roberta of St. Petersburg,'age the uncertain affairs of IN MIAMI, a stockbroker running and influential Orlando rida county since Reconstruction -
ire: going to Johnson-and the I But what Democrats 'claim, is referred to In newspaper the GOP,; state canvass chairman state." for a school board .seat Sentinel, which backed both to elect virtually an entire
witchlM does not appear-- to beUTRecently and w at the_Goldwater peopleare editorials as "Mr. Conservative and a key figure\ in the MAYOR HERMAN Gold- felt that as the Republican nominee 'Nixon and Gen. Eisenhower, is slate of Republican county officers
=:JI as end. concerned about, Is Repub- ," and Is considered by Goldwater campaign, discounts ner of St. Petersburg, descended he would have to "give my supporting, Johnson vigorously a solid GOP delegation
for example,the Reyubllcan -:lican slippage In the cities many the most popular political such a possibility. from Republican parents tacit approval of other Republican as \the man with whom" the na- to the legislature, and finally'
-:: Mayor of St. PetersZZZurg because of uncertainty a boa t figure in the state. He carriedall ,"WEtLPICK UP two and grandparents'and himself candidates." tion will be "safe 1 a Republican congressman. I

announced his support of'Goldwater's qualifications. and of the state's (7 I counties Democrats for every Republican a life-long Republican; does He felt he could not do this ALSO, AS one observer noted Nixon carried Pinellas by ,I
I i :Johnson. In Miami!, a Republlan views. when nominated for a fourth we lose," he said. Some not believe the great urban problems in Goldwater's case, and with- the Martin Co. employs 10- 43,725 votes, winning almost 24 I
candidate for the school It was In the urban centers term In this year's" primary people have been frightened because of today can be solved drew. 000 people in Orange and Cold-:per cent of the total
hoard asked to have his name generally that former President election., Goldwater's views on Social by "painting nostalgic pictures In Orange County (Orlando -
stricken from the ballot because Dwight. Eisenhower and Richard "He Is making it respectable Security and some other of our pest pastoral economy." ), a bastion of Republicanism
_J e couldn't "in good conscience' M. Nixon found the votesto for conservatives to 'support matters have been misunder H* agonized over the "con In the heart of Central Florida's get your, BEEF J-/\C
t :support Goldwater. carry Florida for COP In the Johnson' said one of the state's stooL But that's going to be met between party loyalty conservative belt, one of
::;What the result 'of It an will last three elections. And it Is In leading bankers. straightened out"Some and personal dedication to prin the community' most promi- cut now. . Ib. Ovr.
--e a month from now is far the urban centers that ominous "Barry Coldwater Is a nice Republicansad ciples" and then announced his nent citizens had this to say
Tram certain at this point. signs for Goldwater are appear person to know, but that does mittedly not enamored with support of Johnson. I "I've read Goldwater's book, Cut and wrapped for your deep frees.
R. J. Rlckenbroade, director not mean he would make the Goldwater, think otherwise, Goldner reverses Rob 'Conscience of a Conservative,'
of the State Citizens for Gold- ing.To for best president says Holland and there is enough ,evidence erts' estimates. He believes but I'm not too sold on him. BARTON'S New Store
water headquarters, sounded make matters worse ". .President Johnson is the of GOP defections to suggest Johnson win gain two Republican I'm afraid of him. Sure, Lyn-
f. ( very certain: when h* said the Goldwater, Johnson has goingfor beat qualified man to meet the that Goldwater may be in dif- : votes for every Democrat don Johnson will do and say .2 VI Mites South of Stot 41
Hwy.
: senator's prospects: are "look- him in Florida what M challenges of a complex world.. ficulty. h* loses, and will carry Floe anything to get elected. But Newberry M
: big better all the time" and offered I Democratic presidential candidate Gov. Ferris Bryant says that Harry Cain, now I savings'ida. he's a professional, he has the OPEN 6 A.M. to 9 P.M. DAILY.
I to bet 10 to 1 that Cold- has had in several dec "not In my entire political career and loan executive in Miami, ANTHONY S. Battsglia. a experience and I think h.'. basically and ALL DAY SUNDAY
lake Florida. :ades.: I has the Democratic Party and conservative."
e water would was a Republican senator from St. Petersburg attorney: a .....
the beea unified or worked as = = .
: But In virtually the lint With a few exceptions, as
breath, he also said: most notable. one being' the hard. It's nip and tuck rightnow
: .""This election her Is ao speaker of the state house, the but Johnson is ,going to I
: damn confuting. With all the conservative Democratic Party carry Florida." !J



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I : 'LONDON (AP) With Brit- Conservative hopes were Wilson holds his final rally In p. ", ,r
: aln'i general election only on boosted by the subway strlk It Liverpool tonight His campaign
day away, both major parties is an axiom *f British politics theme has been that Brit FROZEN FOODS
: __claimed today the trend Is going that strikes mean trouble forth aID is falling behind In living
.their way.The Labor party, which gels its standards and that the Brtisb MEATSFRESH
Birds
: Laborites still wen heavy main financial support from the I nuclear deterrent la obsolete, EyeCORN
betting favorites despite a wildcat unions. 'expensive and an encouragement MIX
: subway strike in London Wilson denounced: as "intol- to other nations t to develop ,

that raised the public' temper. erable" the strike staged by a their own nuclear weapons. PORK LOINS or whole. . efwLb.. 10 oz. pkg. 'EM
"Of course we shall win, if w* minority of railmen In defianceof _
: get out our full vote," Labor their union leaders.The strikers Social WorkScholarslnips SPINACH CNHOPPID UP
party leader,Harold Wilson said art protesting schedule cuts '
: In Liverpool. "All the signs are caused by a shortage of guard BOSTON BUTTS ::: 39 L. MIXED 2/3
e i that there will be a big vote and They claim the London Transport V EGETABLES
: : a big swing to Labor." Board could attract more '
"It looks Ilk going more to workers by railing the wag Are 'Given* FRESH PAN MADI.SAUSAGE'. > CAULIFLOWER,
: :: "th* left," said Peter Hyett,'director seal*. 2/59
:. of th*.National Opinion Prime ,Minister DoughRome The Florida State Board of ( .149 I *-Lb. l O os..pkg. .
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4 Poll which earlier reported the fighting his first campaign Health has announced the WINTER GARDEN MEAT PIES
I J : 'Laborltea and Conservativesneck a* the Conservative par names of 28 persons selected to
BEEF CHICKEN
,. and neck. ty's leader, wound up his television -receive: state scholarship toe SMALL 5/89
h.. The hard-pressed Conservatives campaign Tuesday night. ,postgraduate training I to psychiatric OR TURKEY .
i claimed that their bills He called on Britain's 35 million social work; clinical: psychology SPARE RIBS .: 49 u.
v .speaking campaign by more voters to renew the Conservative 0 and psychiatric. nursing "
: than 20 members of the government mandate because his COUNTRY MILL CHASE & $AN lOIN
f" was paying of I. "Things government has kept living Chosen from QaJmwvlIla; were' LYKES PALM RIVER SLICiDBACON
:: have swung our way," said standards rising and It Intends Charles E. Buchanan and Carol COFFEE '
Richard A. to Britain's nuclear armory SYRUP ,
."Butler.Foreign Secretary keep Intact I Jean Delcher. . . . . . . 45 Lb.COPELANDS .
The student
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Hero Ya Gel.
Instinct '
Young by Mental Health
an advisory pan 'Whole or *'L WITH $S ORDER
I' el. To qualify for scholarships, 49 i 01 MOMMEADE
LAKEWOOD, N.J. (AP) fire, mister, call the fir department" students must be Florida residents .
I I When spunky 10-year-old Ed- have a ,high scholastic H a .
-fard McNeil taw smoke and But he didn't wait for help is record and moral character and mSButtElld 55< HENDIRSON SHURFINI
4 -3ir: curling through his home, the flames spread. By the tune be committed to making mental u.
"Tie ran quickly for help, as his firemen arrived to find the health work their profusion.G SUGAR SALAD
I mother had told him. Then he house completely: engulfed by r a a I. go only to college DELLS FLA. GRADE "A"
HZnturned to rescue .his live fire, Edward had canted or lad graduates who agree to matcha DRESSING
i brothers and sisters, a* the children to safety. year of practice In FloridaFor FRYERS29: U. 49 5 Lb
i tlnct told him. i Was Edward scared? "Uh each of scholarship
year
: =-1'ht six children were alone I huh Police," he were replied.trying to locate I received.: Scholarships range WITH IS ORDER 39 Qeoa .
from $1,800 to $,400 a SIRLOIN
: -i -iftiesday night In their small the children's mother, Mrs. year. MOIl
ZHZne-story cottage, and one of Leona Mlms 98
I '-1tIem.. 1-year-old Junior, was The children? meanwhile,I' To the Grave? STEAK ,, ,, ,, ,, . . . u.
e iTjliylng with matches. were put up at the Alleban Hotel
{ =Spotting flames, Edward I NICHOLASVILLE. Ky. (AP) 'j
\ : fZbshed to the home of George Firemen were collecting i- Sign In a churchyard: "Lov SIZEs
-Palko across the street and toldS3h clothing for the youngsters,who I four Enemies. It'll Drive Them i
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GEORGE W. CORNELL him," the bishops said. I(I however, I strong force of Roman House of Deputies, authorized
Oath I ST. LOUIS (AP) In one ol, This is standard Christian. Catholic bishops and cardinals trial use of a new collection of
Loyalty I
l t the bluntest proclamations of Its' doctrine, but throughout the have demanded restoration prayers and scripture at special
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Cir kind, a major church was on' history of the faith, popular I I.of the original position, denying weekday communion services.
!record today as repudiating any thinking and much church literature -I that any particular blame rests The new workshop materials,
cult Judge Hugh Taylor set a I special blaming of Jews,now or often has tended to pointan on Jews of any time The mat I I the first part of a projected
l final bearing; for Oct 30 on Bay I. 'ter remains unresolved.As .
y I In the past, for Christ's crucifix-' accusing finger at Jews for revision of the church's Book of
I II County Rep Julian Bennett's Ion. Christ death. I the Protestant Episcopal Common Prayer, still was to be
I lawsuit aimed at !throwing out I The action, taken by the A similar declaration, absolving convention went Into its fourth approved by the House of Bish
. the political party loyalty oath House of Bishops of the Protrs-: Jews of any special blame c&ytJ! lay-clergy branch the ops. _
I) A hearing Tuesday to accelerate tant Episcopal Church, dealt, For Christ's death, was proposed
1 ,{ + 'with an issue that has locked'last year before the Vatican
the decision was canceled Roman Cathollchm's second
council, but subsequently was
J when all sides agreed to the'Vatican council In prolonged altered to refer to subsequent RESTAURANT FEATURE
s speedup. II discussion. generations of Jews.

a Bennett a Democrat Is working "The charge of delclde At the current council session WEDNESDAY
against the Jews Is I tragic
for Republican presidential, SOUTHERN I
misunderstanding of the Inner
,
.
' 'III candidate Barry Goldwater. But significance of the Crucifix! n," Bright Note
under the law requiring office-:the Episcopal bishops declared
r. holders to swear to support 90 Delclde means "killing of God" OWENSBORO, Ky (AP) FRIED' CHICKEN

Bottle 'Baby' per cent of the opposed nominees "Furthermore, In the dimension Dr. David A. Nelson, pastor of SIIVI WITH 2 VICITAHIV HOT UOIL1 AMD Sum.
y of their party, Bennett of faith the Christian understands First Baptist Church, placed
that ill are guilty this sign on his bulletin board:
y Tumthong, the Indianapolis Zoo's'19monthold elephant, has learned a newt could not vote for Goldwater.His of the death of men Christ for all "All sunshine makes a des ALL YOU
trick. She has learned to feed herself by holding her king-size bottle in her "
suit said the law was un- have In tome manner denied ert.
trunk an enjoy her meal.
reasonable In that It would restrict CAN EAT .I''
the of Chester R. Yates CLU
voting officeholders ,
In many counties because so few Served from 4 p.m. to 8 pm.LIGGETT -
VF Prof Creation smut. Aantr
Urges Democrats have opposition that NEW YORK LIFE 11 DRUG STORES'
I allure to vote for even one I INSURANCE COMPANY

would reduce the percentage of:,. 0. Im 141t1 ..... 172-1121 GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER2nd
support below the required N.
Of State Tax Commission ."


.TAMPA '(AP-Creatlon) : of a tax would be preferable to personal Petersburg urged consideration t

State Tax Commission withsweeping property taxation. of an Income lax !
I powers to equalize
property assessments has been Dr. Shenkel said the tax commission Ho said PlneUas county's tax !t
recommended by a Universityof would ((1) have authority structure I Is completely ob oJ.te.1
_ Florida professor.Dr.vW. to set the assessment level! Tire
I "Wo have much
can only so
.
for the entire state, working toward Sensational Offer
:If. Shenkel, sssoclati 100 per cent assessment,:property tax before wo reach a
professor of real estate, mad
((2) assist cqunty assessors, giv- point of diminishing returns,"I
the proposal at the
Tuesday ing them technical advice, and Goldner said on Famous
Florida Council of 100's second '
((3)) have the power to remove
public forum on the state's taxi assessors from office If they He called for fair evaluationof
structure. failed to follow Its directives I property on s uniform basis s 1 s
He also said a state income Mayor Robert Weatherly of throughout the state. Goldner also :
(I
Clearwater also appeared, limiting said, "It is not fair that people '
his remarks to problems who live In a city should also I
More Pay facing cities. pay for urban services furnished /2 -Price SAFETY CHAMPION

"The crux of the problem," to people outside cities

For Health he said, "rests on a fair tax return Many industries locate Just
NYLON TIRES
to municipalities to help" outside corporate limits, he said I
them assessments down
keep
so they can pay lower taxes and
Officers?, Asked if he thought the sales still receive urban services \

tax level was sufficient Weath The council win hold anothertax Buy first tire if price //sfcrbelow. /
JACKSONVILLE (AP) A early sold he thought it was fine forum Tuesday In Miami
I f;<* f the second tire lot
proposal that county health officers -1 but that cities and counties are and the last one Oct. 27 ta Pen-
get higher pay has been,not getting back their fair sacola. It will Issue a report In II one h.ilf that price .
share of It.Mayor I November on the information its h 4tr
I put before the State Merit 5y..1 --t ..' S '
.41x'1 .L1 r' II
tem Council by the State Board Herman Goldner of St. has gathered I t

of Health. I s '1 4 ,,
Ii WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE! M1t v .f'
; ir'A lt
health who
officers
County i : t I
technically are employes of the I Don't chance a heater that won't work! ,, ...It,1 !
state, now get I from ",120 to I Coll today for our pro-season special! BLACKWAUSTubelest WHITEWALLS {i'4
-
$11120 a year.Dr. I 6 t Tub*ty pel Tubeless Tube-typs

Elton: Osborne, deputy I HEATERS !w as M n 1N Ike' a E ere' !r see' as are' sa nn' 0-r st.'
state health officer for operations S h
( ,,said five or six from the t 6.0415 ILN $1,45 SZUIJ1UI -
bigger counties get the maxi-
6.641 10.00 10.00 '- JUG 1179 -
mum-whkh I Is more than the I ,

$17100 paid Dr. Wilson Sowder, CLEANED 1 7.6014 22.M 11.32 a.U1U7--
state health officer. II
1 0.0014 u N 12.17 21,45 14.72 .
The Is not enough to keep
pay ONLY I
I Coll before the first
now
top quality doctor !In many of cold snap to ovoid fightinga s 5.50.14 *15 11.12 31.151117--
the counties, Otborne said, and )
more money Is needed In an temperature balky heater, tumbles when and the y 6,7415 22.13 IL)2 119.00 11.52 21.15 11.07 I2Z.U $U.27';'

classifications. I I servicemen ore tolls swampedwith $525' 7,10.16 25. 12.91 24,20 11.10 21.45 un 27.70 IllS I
He said a number of factors, emergency
Including population, was used': CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE 7,60.15 21.45 14.22 21,40 11.20 1115 15.17 21.10 HH ,
In presenting recommendations
for higher scales to the council HEATER CLEANED nM I% U*T.. : t 5.00.15 3110 au U 17,10 32.10 lUll I
Other employes the health department C" -
as well as county L.r Stock 64 820-15 : 11.311 17.15 -

ed.health officers would bo affect- USED HEATERS 20 W:

SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NEW HEATERS
Since the council.. the plat
for consideration, Osborne sold
he did not want U give details Central Heating Oil Furnace . $7.50
at this tone. IiF1iF
i CALL FR 2-9561
He told. the plan Is port of
recommendations for the INI I C. B. BOHANNON JR. '

legislature. : Safety Champion Nylon

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Tells StoryOf {!:?' '{{ !{a4 rff ,c r ri1L 1:{ ''f{ '{ {! ttlht.i{:i:r: ., I
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BY GRACE!: KNIGHT
Mike G u I II rr e., football GET
t coach at P. I9;. Yonf Hig / I
School speaking at the Gaine 1
villa Lions Club luncheon Tuesday TOP VALUE
said the chief factor In P.K. y
{?Es I: { Ile ,
{
Yonge having a winning team {? r I
last year, after nine poor yean. STAMPS
was the Junior High .f 0 0 thai (

team."Players who learn the cam Fir ExtraChrishMs I
early acquire the CeII81'Y \
alertness for both o f I e we mI I
defense" he said. fl I, j Gifts
'ti ?ri t{ E ?!Et F{{{( { !i3 ;, {IEiEi ij .
Learning to fact odds sad ,, \
keep on fighting builds a strong I
spirit Football player Ire ,I
leaders In the school and are QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU OCTOBER 1ITMINMIIXII I
potential leading clttons of tomorrow -rNml.MT_..N \p1
the coach said. w
I Pros. F. W. Klement present,. b REGULAR 29* CUT RITE WAXPaper '
ed a certificate of appreciation
to Gutierrez after his talk.
i Lions were appointed to Us. 2-49 ,
sounding Jobs such u chicken ,
C flipper and pit foreman for tile
big barbecue to .be held Oct IIattbe
: Gainesville High School 4 REGULAR 2/29 ASST COLORS SCOTT FAMILYNapkins
.Funds raised win be added to


4 ',attending tile Loan About Gainesville awarded Fund.60 college students ram Scholarship on, scholarships are this new fund and., !!.: 2 :KG. 25' .


and 30 more are on tit* list for
REGULAR 27* ,'SCOTTIES FACIAL '
help next year.
Walter (Sonny): Lee,ebaJr.
man of the Florida Council for ,,
'the Blind announced that the Tissue 2'49.
1500 gift of Gainesville Lions to
the new Training Center for the
Blind at Dtytooa Beach win he
matched by aa equal amount In REGULAR 27 ASST COLORS SOFT WEVE
government funds, and will furnish .
a room. Dormitory I'CIOIIIIfor '
14 persons will be Includedin Tissue 2 ROLL '19
toe new center when. I I isblind' PKG.
will live while being .
trained In an occupation. .', ,' : ... ;.. IIr"
": ,d'.'.. ;". ."; .' 4,': '.
Cmtans9.Candy 4 :
)
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SAMSONITE

Sale FANCY RED JONATHAN ASSORTED COLORS SCOTT !

a Under Way '4... ..I TABLE & CHAIRS Apples 5 49x TV tV JI : '3 ,;


Gainesville CivlUni began 4r. FRESH LARGE STALKS SCOTKINS
their annual Halloween charity FRESH ONLY .

candy The drive ale Tuesday.will COD U.It 3" Celery. 2 STAW3"9, Napkins 2' 35xLLOW

through Oct 3D to raise funds LARGE SNOWBALL ,
,
for the Alachui County retarded u s MO. Jfc WALDORF

Boys'The children's Club.Clvltans program sponsor and.the exceptional tile Cauliflower y. Whit.' They Lot 5 a 39x Tissue 4 37/

children's school al ORANGE ft ? ASSORTED COLORS SCOTT ,

I Sidney:school A L 1ft portion I u of elementary J the proceeds Drink 2 c'.89x Tissue 2 ROW 29TROMCAHO
will be used for thla pro . /

d gram.Teams of Clvltan members D.29 I.
will be selling the candy door- .
to-door for a dollar donation.Today S
J 9y NEW SWANSON FROZEN SfMHtTTI A MEAT -

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Dinner.- ,

In History tIa.. NEW SWANSON lEANS AND FRANKS FROZEN t" DEEP SOUTH I+

} By THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS Dinner. ucH 39; 1
'Today is Wednesday! Oct 14,
the 2ttth of .. .DIXIE DARLING BROWN N' SERVE .
day 1.* There are 1IGt.A1t.27' NEW SWANSON FROZEN CORNED I .., HASH Mayonnaise
78 days left la the year. Twin Rolls 2 49' .
12-Ct.Pkgs.
Today's highlight In history: Dinner 3 9
On this date in Ull,President REGULAR 23, DIXIE DARLING CRACKED IACH I. 1/1/
Woodrow Wilson replied to Ger. .
many's peace offer,stating that Bread 16-01. Loaf 19 FROZEN COLLARDS TURNIPSMUSTARD
the military supremacy of the BLUE BONNET J
I
United States and the Allies Greens 110..19 1 QT'39'Wheat I 1-
must be safeguarded, that Illegal Margarine :: ub.otn.27':
and inhuman practices:
DESERT TOPPING MORTON FROZEN BLUEBERRY
must cease, and that !the German .

altered" government that no one must power be could so Top Whip ? : con 49' FruitFIT 'j:2Foro: 891 .

>of Hi own choice destroy the lit CRISCO 3S< IGUW Ie ji
peace of the world. Crisco i : '. 3 b.tree 83' RITZ -
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.
On this date .
n, 1061. William the Cmquenr 12-M <11"011 2S< '.931*+. .1311 Pie Shell. 2 39'DXIANA
,
defeated the English In Crisco Oil I 63 '.1
...
rat.Battle of Hastings.a a. ftWITON FROZEN MIME ftANtSH

1H7 the, French first sowed aviators completed nonstop ASST. I f1.AYOIII OR Cof f IIn Nt. 6 9 1
ee ,
flight across the South At- Beverages 612.ox. Cons 49 MORTON FROZEN ALL FLAVORS MEAT K-

pounded lantic.In.. 1140 London., German planes Pot Pies 5 1.1.BERRY /1

.. to 1141, 11 Communists were I EXTRA [I IHf I EXTRA s I EXTRA VALUE P ;
TO
convicted m New York City of To.1 Aly! sI MPS TOPJ vduw ,TAMS .STAMPS

criminal: conspiracy for advocating eoowNY LAkI.. jiJHSSSffliuHGround 'I.OJ. ndy" ..
'\ and US.teaching overthrowof and Waftos. ..,.' .sot _". ._E _L.N HILL FROZEN STRAW.Berries. 1
the government ,
TN o. le. em?.w IMe1
democracy by farce. = .... 7
a un s 'user "
Ten years ago A federal i 5-1.;:
grand Jury m New York Q\1. EXT: i "I
t dieted Codas Lament, a IEX'I-RA I EXTRA y
wealthy author and educator IPIVI TOP.VAUM. STAMPS. .T0tYAWwA: qP$ ;4 t
and two others on charges. of ........ 1.....M N..aw.... --Ca. ASTOR FROZEN FLORIDA ORANGE
contempt of Congress for iwis- gllllUOlBYOuters ft.UIf.'"JP. mtcMoi-e ekAof ,"-
big to answer questions by Re > *i _CaIEEEO._leEals I _Pr/No_ -',
ease--1- .w. ee..a hen
J of bin Joseph McCarthy N v siaae *41 N am wiie :.. -. of-- .. Juke. 4-99/

Five years ago President .
I Adolfo Lopes Mateos of Mexico EXTRA E EXTRA
4 I told the U.N. General Assembly sTAAA i -rA I T0'YAIVi s TANIK
t that tilt United Nations must ,TOt.y.:!!. TASTE 0- SEA FROZEN tPu

i.,E f I ,problem stand or Tar faD disarmament on eolvuif_ the =/... :1;.., M a.,v.a IAeY sa1tB9N fI_ci-_::. Fish 3-1. i.

One ago Algeria -wwe-hem e.ee ww 54..54M VIS I:; S'tkks.
t, charged an Invasion by soldiers a__ *41 -..-- '
(of Morocco .n a dispute over .
i" ',the JMeftaedborder between ...... -- .I ."- ,- .i


.f..t P f iself Eiffel the..two aa Ctatave.Tower's apartment tuuiililes.It Eiffel top. above public built him-the plat- '!' I [ 1.!: The Smart Place To Go I II.

If I form where he studied aer dye { _
L J 1 sashes and entertained such eelebrttles i?{i I.. .
y at Thomas Idtoo Edward I.ii"'ai:' ..;!;." \. ,
VII and Saaa BenharitI .
l I I He Credited hto !long DIe (hedie
.11 / *. .ttl) to tile lint. t llle' air
,'
r" bo breathed the

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Marine Corporal Sit I a eel
il E. Gaddum ton of Mrs. Maxe .
I S. Gaddum of 1012 NE 20th
Ave., recently completed *.
yajue i }tills course which qualifies him to I
: service and repair the McDonnell --
"Phantom II" aircraft atthe
g S Marine Corps Air Station ,"
Cherry Point N. C. J
"{ !. filli,, i.uiii The course was presented by *"
{ the Naval Air Maintenance'I
t raining Detachment
.
,i +,(ski STO ti u.EEItlilll. } I'l f.l f. Gaddum Is attached to headquarters "
tii tl I E'' f;j l lt and Headquarters -..
tiJ. l utu i t!!t3 n I } : : :! :
bfuu f fliEl i: wtuti} }ualUuuliiiualiWill Squadron, Naval Air MaIntemince -
Training Group at Cherry ""
Point. I
\ Before entering the service In _
September he attended the
1M1
:
University of Florida. ....-

\ + Naval Aviation-Officer Candl-.-.

( BEET! date Roland B. Eililer-1
SALE ...
t Jr.uHler son of of 710 Dr.NW and 27th Mrs.St.R.,B.la ...

1 tending Pre. Flight School at..'
? the Naval Air Station at Penaa- I''
: cola."n"
A + s
z During the U .. week train -
W-D BRAND CHUCK ng, he will study aerodynam-' "
Ice, mathematics physics nav ""'
a .1 1 orientation navigation, enjlrcring -
Y r Roast. 48 and leadership ""*
Upon completion I of the.-"*;.
course, he will undergo further
1 % ROUND flight training at Pensicola."J"

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% Ro SsiWE.58 "*
Second Lieutenant Huge fi.
"""
Jlml'nl'l. son of Mr. and Mrs,
Ralph: A. Jtmenci of Miami has -
p a, entered the U. S. Air Force pll-""""
ot t Instructor course at James :*

f/'CtD Ribs. LB. 38, ConnAlly Upon completion AFB Tex.of the train-'""'

tag program Lt. Jimenw, will .",;
ANA PASSt be assigned as an Instructor
DEPARTMENT OtACRICULTUC 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH CBeef *44 W-D BRAND GROUND pilot at an Air Training Command ::
(ATC) pilot training base
EST.41 5 $195 A graduate ol Archblsh-I
Small Whole PKG. lip Curley High School I I. he
received his B.A. degree from 1
the University of Florida and

.... us commissioned of Officer I upon Training comiletlon :.
Smoked PICNICS School. He Is a member of Delta .
Tau Delta. .
1\
His wife, Irma Is the daugh- *
FRESH erof Mr. and Mrs Frailer
Fields of UN NE 16th St.
:.A ...
Suunyland Picnics make wonderful f Airman Third Clasa Robert B.
meals and tasty leftovers at budgetpl.asing J Murphy son of Mr. and Mrs. '.
prices High in nutrition. LB JJRi P PiARROW Robert H. Murphy ol 1M1 NW ,Z.Mth
Small 5 to 7 Ib. whole, close trim- 't I y V e C a n e Tcr,, has graduated from "'
.
m.d and lean. Slow steeped over fjti the technical training course ...,
hickory coals to penetrate right to .... } for U.S. Air Force jet aircraft k
the heart of the d.liciOUA'pink mechanics at Amarillo A T B,
Tn. ..:.... t
meat. fullT Airman Murphy, who learnedto
Pound 3 9' maintain and service multt....
Pltl engine jet aircraft Is being assigned -,,_
l' '' to a Strategic' Air Com
'i COPELAND PICKLE OLVt LIVER CHKSI. IOIOGNA mand (SAC) unit at Eglln AFB. wu

4.4\II.r.: ., Lunch Meat 2 -: 49/ 4' Gainesville The airman High' to School.a graduate of

oIIIIf" RES 39< PILLSBURY CHOCOLATE OH VANILLA tOWN HOUSI

& 44 Frosting ...;........-29// 44 J Master Sergeant Wlfteri N.
.II.4. Howling, son of Mrs. Ollle !)ow.
t BLUE OR WHITE GROUPER ling of 203 NW Second M. haa
arrived for duty at Xeeal e r
J
.w' Fish Filets 39/ IATH SIZI CASHMERI AFB, Mill,. after a tour of
Detergent SUBER'S OANOEE BRAND FRESH PORK service In the Philippines.
\1'1' Bouquet 2 Bars 31 Sgt. Dowling, a radio opera-
.. 3 us 1. Ions supervisor la assigned to
$ Sausage . REGULAR CASHMERIBouquet :
an Air Training I Conunan
2 Bart 21' (ATC) unit at Keener .

1 Giant Sausage . L>. 39/ BATH SIZI Th. aergesnt High School.la I graduate His wife olWalilo la...

Pka. FRESH BOSTON BU JTPork 2 31' the former Cecil Keen.

\ ??/ Roast -39/ r.2Ive. Bart '"*

". 4.. IAT RITI SLICED PalmoliveUUNDRY 2 ears 21 U Army lay,Specialist 20, son of Four Mn.JtamJa AlamL. ...

\ Lunch Meat 59x SOAP Seay assigned of Worthington to the 1st was AM"recently "

$ Octagon 2 Giant, Bart21' morel Tei. Division at Fort Hood,"-

I t. 13-ea. PINK LIQUID VtL 3Sf Specialist boy,an automotive.:
maI.p mechanic In Battery "
Vel Liquid 2201. 65' of the division's Headquaften artillery-,"

land 0' Sunshine GIANT SIZI entered the Army In JanuanrIM3 "
and completed basic training .
REGULAR,< DIXIE HOME Ad Detergent ,o."p g. 79' at Fort Gordon Ca.He .
BUT T E R uaci attended] Ualea Hlgl..-
OUT. 39 School In Lake Butler, and wss"
Tea Bags 'Ka Vel Detergent Giant 33 employed by C* C Grocery hi.."'
Jacksonville,before entering the."
IARGI AJAX LAUNDRY MTIRGEMT silt
5 9 """
''I REGULAR 29* THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR CRUSHED lie ; Ajax Detergent Giant 79 Army. -
Second Lieutenant Jaaaea M.Jtffme .
I 41.1 IARCI FAI ))< *. son of Colonel a ad"

1i J Pineapple Fab Detergent Giant, 79' Mr.. University Wayne 0.Ave.Jefferson, baa entered tuJW. -.*,,.

irtW tOvt U. 8. Air Force pilot trtlnutf
REGULAR 33*.. STOKELY CUT -
Soak r. H.0..69') at Williams AFB. Arb.
y LL Jefferson will receive ac vdemlc -
4 JOO $1 I fAAD wa and military training durIng -._,
Asparagus CAN=
DUFFS MIXES Cleaner 29 the year-Ieng course.He wU.
....... ..... ....... J.... Ajax i 16-0. be awarded silver/ pilot Wingi M
REGULAR 2/29 VAN CAMPPork PN. ___ ... .'hea REGULAR Sill AJAX aiANSIK J/3K upon completion of tile program.The ._.
....... o. e'" S-"w.. lieutenant to a graduate '
49'
$1 t M- .... Ajax Cleanser 2 &cnt Pk 9 of Wnodrow Wilson High Sebaol -.
Beans 8 : Orwa=M7. I': ... in Washington D. C. He attended ."
3' ..
11 AJAX ligulD '
c- .,...... sew t.a the Georgia Inettete ef
........... .. ........, .......1 ... 7...- Liquid Ajax 28'0.. 69' Technology In Atlanta and re......
PINEAT !LI S. and. We"commlwlon
ARGO sewed a B. degree
MIX 01 W t. IAGCIIJ O/ < at the Air Forts"-

Juice 31.1. MATCH '1M Boggles : .- : Lcrge.2 CI, Ac Delta,lrmy Tau, He Delta to a member .,.--..

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UIOKlEli E 4-H Leaders Feted Brunch League Presents "Pinocchio"Gainesville !I ARE YOU A"TWEEZER?" i I



..- BridgeBridge Junior Welfare Mrs. John R. Edwards on,, The cast Includes, Mrs. WilLiam !.:
League members will presentthe IChalrman Is Mrs William C N. Avera, Pinocchio; Mrs.I
play, "Plnocchlo for elementary Ruffin Jr., assisted by Mrs Jack I
Williams, Blue Fairy;
MD THE school children of Ala- Jack Williams. .
\ and canasta prizes
I I. Mrs. William C. Ruffin Jr.,
were awarded to Mrs. W. W chua County schools this sea- Sets and costumes were de- petto, Mrs Richart T. G.I,
: _. McPherson, Mrs. C. F. Shewey, son. Pinocchio' has been presented signed by Mrs. Jack Hadl e y I Wright, Fire-Eater, Mrs. Ger I
s ylr Mrs. Brock Hamacher and Mrs. at Stephen Foster, J. J. and all costumes were made by old Schieblcr, Sandwich man,I
Vincent McGuire at the University Flnley Myra Terwilligcr, Kirby the cast. Mrs. Joe Wise Jr. and and Mrs. W. B. Stotesbury Jr,
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Women's Club breakfast Smith and Idlewyld schools Mrs. Ned Cannon are In charge Columbine. I''
,t funnyRuth Y and card party, Monday morning [this month. of props and music. Do you moth for Ww twmmtvory

at the Holiday Inn. Other performances are I SPECIALSUE'S If you lore IID.hIOhll you. cpoly I "_,.k..youCmultM .?
tiro five scheduled for Newberry and Edmund Dwytr lo h....
: + One hundred twenty
Weimer t Hilt Ilnw.m.d Mir' nmmtf enc.and
Archer, October 20; Hawthorneand ChurchCircles BEAUTY
members and guests enjoyedthe (or all. Don bo bnhfulthousand ,
: Women's) Editor Micanopy, October 27; High of beautiful girls areuin.
affair which was
morning .
SALON Kill m thod ifrkfntprivocy
and Alachua,November
directed by Mrs. S. S. Ballard Springs .,hoed lo CHI Miyl'
cochairmen 3. Metcalfe, November 10, Sid- Free Booklet On Request
Oliva,
and Mrs. ,Peter Hot.1.luiMiHf. Al.chu
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n ney Lanier, November 17; Lit-
of the committee. 462-1162 EDMUNDDWYER
program
The continental theme of International lewood, November 24; Lake ,.,"'........ $S fed'! up.FRII .
Arrest, December 1 P. K. THURSDAY, October USt
f5A travel and living ; '.e''.l Of Mofiicuro
December 8, Waldo and .. .......
: was carried out by Mrs. J. C 'Yonge, I Theresa's Circle of with' $' $10 P nn ELECTROLOGIST
Sunland Training Center De- 'Patrick's Women Club, SUE COLVIN. Owner
James
and Mrs.
Dickinson
'107 W. !
I : Sl.l U..lty
Loroine and
Richardson, who were in chargeof cember 15. p.m., Mrs. Bruna LaBelle, Lucille Wilder tharVoon FR 2-S039 1
Operators
,I ; ;: TODAY,' October 14 the social committee The production Is directed by NW 27th Terrace.

: M LInen shower honoring Miss Wicker baskets of flowers, --
I. : :L. Mary Dressler, fiancee of Dr. and travel posters 11t
: F John McKenzie, Mrs. Harold tapestries h--- OPEN THURSDAYTIL
brick walls and '
decorated the
: ... Bachman and her daughter, Certificates of appreciation were presented to this and the mantel piece held accouterments -I 90 t 9:00 l''
: : Mrs. Louis Chazell of Ocala,
trio of 4-H Club leaders for their work with the Ala of an
I at the Bachman home, 1246 chum County 4-H program.Those honored at a recent ed kitchen In old.fashlon'l CLOSED FRIDAY i
I I SW Ninth Road. banquet were, left to right, Mrs. Raymond Gibson, labeled luggage,
1! : FRIDAY, October II of Forest Grove, Mrs. Arthur Thompson of High i Robert B. Mauls on 6:00 FOR "GROWL" J
Wedding rehearsal of Miss Springs and Mrs. G. W. Owens of Alachua. around the. world tour, and
Mary Ann Tuten and Robert
; large bon voyage baskets of
v. Smith ai me First Methodist fruit were used throughout the I I
Church of Waldo, 2:30
J, ;w": p.m. Buffet supper followingby Party ComplimentsMiss room. I Ia'1b
,- by Mrs. Dale Drew, mother of Mrs. John Baxter, president
1 : :J" the bridegroom, and Mr.Drew of the Women's Club, announced _o. ,
,- at their home in Waldo. Judith Beasley the benefit concert of Maurice .
: :.T:SATURDAY October 17 Hinson, soloist, on October
I .- Wedding of Miss Mary Ann Miss Judith Bessley, ''b r Jde- er of the bride elect, Mrs. 20 at 1:15: p.m in the Unlverity .
if : := Tuten, daughter of Mr. and elect of Grover Lee Ford of D. B. Beasley; grandmother of Auditorium. Mr. Hinson Is t:
: :: Mrs. Burton Tuten Jr., and Jacksonville, was complimented the honoree, ,performing for the Cleva J. Car.
f Rober 0. Smith, son of Mr. at a miscellaneous shower son Memorial .Scholars h 1 P r y[tyI,1I
: ;W': and Mrs. Dale Drew of Wai-! given recently by Mrs Walter And also Mrs. J. B.. Toney, Fund. I

:::.. do, 7:30 p.m., First Msthodlst Lee Jr. and Mrs. Carl Saltz- Miss Betty Jean Toney, Mn TOSSY
.. Church of Waldo. Reception man, at the former's home. Charles Garrett, Mrs. Floyd REGULAR
: following at the Drew home Guests present were the honoree -
Jones, Mrs M. N. Yaun, Mrs.
: ,in Waldo. Mrs. C. W. Beasley moth-
Ralph Jones,, Mrs. Billy Monday PERMANENT I I
Mrs. Ray Poole, Miss DeAnna -
Half Price It.I
: Calendar Of EventsAgriculture Saltzman, Miss Marina 750 I

I Lee, Mrs. J. T. Hawze, Mrs
IntroductorySpecial % : '
,Wilbur M. Rogers, Mrs. JIm I ; -
: TODAY, October 14 Dames, I p. m., I n
Powell, Mrs. Herschel Daniels,
i Gainesville Bridge Club I Guaranty Federal Savings and Mrs Ray C. Deen, Mrs. C. P. Includes === .

y : 7:30: p. m., Holiday Inn. Loan .Association CommunityRoom. ,Dressier, Mrs. Earl Weldon, SHAMPOO An elc. !
Film Classics, "Vlrdlana," Mrs Frank Coburn, Mrs R. J., SIT all-day
University Women's Club shower
of
.:1S p.m., UF Medical Cen Williams 6r:., Mrs. J. HAIRCUT youth- 0
Newcomers Bridge, I ,
: ter Auditorium. p. m. Ilams, Mrs. Lovick Williams STYLING I keeping moisture Just smooth on
: University City Bridge Club, Clubhouse West New berry and Miss Iris Brasington. Young Cam Moisture Lotion before
Road. 3 OperatorsTo makeup to supply skin with moisture
7:30: p. m., University of Flor I'
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: ida Faculty Club, West New. THURSDAY, October IS Serve You! and keep it smooth ...supple,
'... berry Road. Alachua County Unit Amer. Library Evenings by App. Now l U 01.f 2 50 Reg $3 00
Jean Cancer Society annual
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Education and Ed.
Physical K
ucation Dames, I p. m., Mrs meeting, 7:30: p.m., First Board HOUSEBEAUTY .-. -- } : KtmbaU Wiles, 2221 NW 3rd Federal Bank Building Con -i! ..' ... -
:.- Place. ference Room. Gainesville Library Advisory ;:

: Pharmacy Dames, I p.m, Girl Scout Prairie Neighborhood Board has postponed its meetIng : CARE" DISCONTINUED
:.- Mrs.' Carl H. Johnson, S141 Meeting, 10 a. m., Girl scheduled for tonight until NUMBERS OF.
NW 7th Place. Scout Office, 110 NW Ith October 22 at 8 p.m. The meeting j MOISTURE
Street. will be held in the Gainesville 1300 NW 6th S!. 1.1511
: Arts and Sciences Dames, M. C. SCHRANK'S
t p. m., Mrs. L: E. Granter, I Golden Age Club, 130: p..m., Public Library ti 'i '" LOTION &
: 22M NW 4th Place. Recreation Center.Gainesville l
makiRONCO
the differenc. QUALITY "YOUNG'I ARNEL/NYLON
TRICOT BABY
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: University Medical Guild, Public Library, {
..:I p. m., Mrs. E r neat B. Board Meeting,I p.m. Gainesville I .... CARE" DOLLS & WALTZ GOWNS
: ;- Wright, 404 NW 23rd Street. Public Library.Mr. s '" '
MOISTURE

Ml : I: Bennett-Bell I \' -;; CREAM ORIG. 4.00SALE

: Mr. and Mrs. Barry Lawrence Bell was graduated from I Better because it's wads from No.1 Semolmi..heart of durum wheat An ultra-light, FOR A LIMITED 2.99TARTAN
announce the engage- Baldwin High School and Is greaseless way" lo C
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If!i! : went of their daughter, Miss I owner of R Bar L Ranch near help sleep dry akin away{ TIME ONLY >
I : Linda Kay Bennett, to Richard Baldwin. Young Care Moisture Cream 1 PLAID A-LINE
: Bell. of Baldwin, son of Mrs. Wedding plans will be announced stall in natural moisture.Help 2
:I : Emmaline Bell of Dallas, Tex r d'am' you keep that soft,dewy texture. PRICE I SHIFT, OR PLAIR & SOLID 'J'.. .
.'_.u. Now!14 os.$250 Reg. 15.00 .

4 : Miss Bennett was graduatedh II ORIG. 6.00 'SALE 3.99'Lingerie !
: from Gainesville High School. FOR A COMPLEXION THAT STAYS

1Yk YOUNG START NOW WITH TUSSY'S

: Gainesville "YOUNG CARE"Cosmetics Shop- Floor

4 ;- Fine Arts LADIESANNIVERSARY ShopSrreet Floor

: Richard Puckett, curator of
: ;the LeMoyne Gallery In Talla-
hassee, was guest speaker at SHOE SALEDRESS
: a recent meeeting of the Galne LADIES
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I :: .history villa Mr Fine'Puckett and Arts organization discussed Association.of the the STYLES: NYLON OR T ....<.''l

LeMoyne Gallery, formerly an I .
: jild house, which has been reno 9.90 COTTON
.rated into a modern gallery Reg. 10.99 to 1299 \' k

: complete with classrooms. I .. STOLES .

: A collection of oil pain I tings .12.90 J .., ",?I1 ,
by Cecil Herring was exhibited Reg. 1499&: 15.99 ANNIVERSARY ; {

: at the meetingHostesses ./f"sad, f71if. riw,i. '
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for the evejilng rrr
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: were Mrs. J. R. lass,I SPECIAL-d" .lv. 1.t ; t. IEkI
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: Clement, Mrs. Donna Carter,I 2 99 ...,.,/ / \- \I', A hlfI.11J..y "..,.. "
: .Mrs. J. R. Benton and Mr,I High Mid 0 Low Heels .( :.,0: r.\d'"' '''
Marilyn Whitney. '/; \)\ {ti'V." '4j\Wh'M
All the new Fall shades. $
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M o( color and spectacular I
srtMnr, fanUiUe sifhU,
: frlmdfy people. Hawaliia l Maker of Foundation* i iYOU'LL
: sun and fun and glittering! REG. 23.00 NOw"1800pR.HIGH 1 .
sophistication the lit,. Street Floor
r lid VKiUonUml. S.. it ( RECOGNIZE THEM ON SIGHT)
: jroumlf-it will surpass OR MID HEELMATCHING I
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your fondest sipietatsona.Choose 5; LADIES
a Brown! hitury ,4P LONG LINE .
.escorted tour featuring I.i.i .
surely! st* n.r trawl fib.' 4/4 ALL NYLONUMBRELLAS j
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GENERAL HOSPITAL i.m. Tuesday at NW 6th St.
October 13, 1964BIRTHSa jnd 16th Ave.
O
Yvonne R. McLendon Waldo ,.
Mr. and Mrs. James Calney, Horace Crockrell Jr., Starke and
106 NW 6th Ave., I girl; Mr. Johnnie Williams Jacksonville
and Mrs. James Hubert Bar- at 10:20: sin Tuesday on State
low 522 NW 9th Ave., a boy; Road 20. I 1 1 e t a
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus H. Brown, Fire Calls y"tee
III. 1506 NE 12th St, a boy; At 3.09 p.m. Tuesday, a house e
Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Brown, fire at 2521 SE 11th Drive. $500 1I Allgeed Irand Sugar Cured SLICED
Randolph St. Dawson, Ga.. a damage. I
boy; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.

Pooser Newberry.ADMITTED Fla.: a girl Name Wall BACON *: 79c ;jji' .

Mary L. Brown, Ethel J.
Weeks Charles T. George, Oliver .
T. Knight, Lucretia S. To Hospital i
\Vhitehurst all of Gainesville; "Super-Right" Western Beef Square Cut CHUCK e
George E. O'Hara Hawthorne;
Mrs. Margaret S. Pooser New- Trustee
berry; Verna S. Goode, Archer; d.1
Michael Harris, Alachua Fla.; Sam Wall, ...
Gloria G. Suns'. Alachua.DISCHARGED tractor was named to the Alach-, ROAST T r 45c
: alua General Hospital board of I
Mr. Raymond Berry Mrs. trustees Tuesday succeeding
Virginia K. Erwin Mr. Stanley Dr. Herbert J. Stevens, who re
I K. Carr, Evelyn Walrath signed. "Super-Right" Western Beef SWISS
Mrs. Betsy Burwell and daughter Wall, who lives on Rocky:
I Mrs. Sheryl Aycock and Point Rd., is president of the I a
daughter Mrs. Kathryn T. S. M. Wall Co., which holds
Finch and daughter, Mrs. An- several road paving contractsIn STEAK 89 mmimmim:
, nette Lee and son, Mr. Richard In Alachua County area SUNNYIROOK GRADE "X" FU. Lb' 1' RAID
W. Stephens James Stucky, Albert His wife, Dorothy, is secretaryam
P. Hardee, Mrs. Edith I : treasurer of the firm. I LARGE EGGS I STAMPS ,
I Kennan Louis Gaitanis. Dr. Stevens told the commission "Super-Righf Western leaf IONILISS CHUCK ISNN 1MN O..P.S JIM Noel... M
POLICE FIRE REPORT he had enjoyed his two' .
P1 & so
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Accident Roundup years' work with the trustees, ,=
W. Involved in accidents reportedby Carton of .d ; Stanbock Powders 98e
but was forced: to resign duel I .
49c tow I JM il)44M
the Gainesville Police De- to the combined pressure of his 1 Dozen C ttt tttWMk tolUMn, Oil.
I r partment Sheriff's and Office the Alachua during County the duties.practice and his other public I STEW Lb. 5 9

past 24 hours were: Hospital trustees do not re-
Sam A. Banks. 817 NW 37th ceive a salary for their service.
I Drive and Priscilla Porter, Wall's firm currently holds Plumrau Doniih' Conned Sutwr.Rlght ,,.ohly frotin Ptltd&CtvtinH. 1I
2911 W.University Ave., at 11:37: several state road contracts.
p.m. Tuesday at SW 2nd Ave. Among them are agreements to I Picnic . .2ib.eon 1.59 Ground Beef )-Ib. ,plto. 1.29 Shrimp t . I -lb. bog 1.79 ri L
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and 30th St.Edward (build four lane road NW 23rd Suptr-Right' ,
on or Coptlandi Fioien
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: 4-o Jan .
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Wherry Blvd. from 6th to 13th ,
streets
NW 55th Ter. and Willie D. a 1121,130 project, and to pave Franks. meat lb. pita. 49c Shrimp Cocktail 3 Jars 79c Shrimp H . to *. I 79c1 f Av":Pee on s=1 la
629
Gaines Rt. 3, at : p.m.
14% miles of state road In the
Salt' 3Vl00Z. bottle 19c
at NW 8th Ave. and
Tuesday
Waldo
vicinity a $3 S,34I job. 1 "'All. ,.._
22nd SLElizabeth
L: Molt, 1321 NW Campbell's'' Chicken Noodle, Chicken with Rice ar Veg. Beef ":' -=-:::

t 21st Ave., Eloulse G. Keeler Moose SetsEnroll"lcnt .
205 D. Flav. III and Mart a '
Groves 1341 SE 41st Ave., at 10on.. -ui.
5:20: p.m. Tuesday at NW 13th SOUP 6 Cent M
St. and 11th Ave. I Green Gient ,, r..I.I 1'1.11'p
Denver W. Sherry 1708 NW Roy Sandberg, comptroller of, S
2nd Ave. (single auto), at 5:45: the Loyal Order of Moose from 11D1
p.m. Tuesday at SW Ind Ave. Mooseheart 111, will be Special! Super-Right Luncheon
present .
ewle wN11 ............ M
and 34th St.Anthony F. Jilck,110 SE 14th' next Tuesday Enrollment for Class the Anniver-sched-I CORN 'Ieooo ............. c.w to.isi.

St. and Evelyn W. Newb err y, sary uled at the Gainesville Moose F'our'.o' S-'Ito' bag? 5c
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4014 NW 14th St., at 5:21: p.m. Lodge.At MEAT 3 $100 c..... .... ....... e_,. Ott. 'f
Tuesday at SW 13th St. and Its least 50 new members are 1! Nibh. Cuss __________

Ave.Patricia J. Chesley 3204 SW class expected, according to be enrolled to membership in the I I .:..:.;.,,.... 6i99'iCitchen ; :.-::-.:.::::::::.:::::::...-::

34th Court and Kenneth A. Merrill chairman Denlon Wilson. Applications Stlo Special All' Varieties Ann Page Cake '
1706 NW 38th Ter. at 1 I.,.
are still available from _
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any member through Monday I Sliced teens 41-lk. c...( 99AiperafMS J' \\tI IDIIPS'
Plan New he said. 6 ISM, TAN. ew.e aw...,.... .
Sandberg attained the highest Syecre 14-e. ecu 49 MIXES 4 99
Ann
'aD' ioll.nSweet
NotwSaturdays degree as a Pilgrim in then
Story the Moose organization. Pees 4 1-Jb. cent 99c Drsssiag pt. btl' 4Ie I ,

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r A new Story Hour series will Poetry Day Firm Rip* I"
begin at the Gainesville Public Proclaimed Extra Fancy Mclntoih Firm Ripe lartlett ......... m __. ....
Library on Saturday, October i TOMATOESw : = =:=: :

24. ,I 'Poetry Day, Oct. IS, h II'' I II

This Story Hour, which Is I In II been established by an act 01
addition to the Friday afternoonstory the Florida State legislature and APPLES
time is for children aged I by proclamation of Cov. Farrk'
I 8 to 12 and will be held every II Bryant. This year M states are Eaitarn Reund WhitePOTATOES "" I"
Saturday morning from I -observing- Poetry Day. 2PEA2R9SC I
10.30 to 1130. sonic."o' "i iTi5TK TO"IIAItTI Razor Blades 89eSeN.
FICTITIOUS NAMfPurtuHil '
This Is a service project o t ..to..,.""It lkxi IwrMv M)0*limnMtrilvM flSIMvltfc ..MN..... 2-29' ..... .... .,..1,.Ma.. .NII.....N." .... "
. ..J Gainesville High School's: Sigma Nine.... .1Iu.._1 *....DwoW. !*. firm.!'.MHCXIMI Iris". NTo. I 10th. 45' I

Chairman Anchor LucGoddard.and I Its Library. S_.. ..._www,,"'. *w.l 1W0 I9>.l C M C._. ._Ie roglttor. Mirf_/ flcftttouiItariUM ..
n "' P/wlo Nr.
The theme of the Story Hour ItltuM. S..clol! Jarx farlttr Itmen I
or.
.1)) will be "American Folklore.* de o 1_* Octotof N 0_, A. D.''''.IH4.DOHOTMV ,000Id.. P115IN. . . .. ... .... .. .. .. ( Smiolt' Inra Cul
On FrIday October It, 1964,, ) n i, 14 ji II, 'n O LAI1INmi : CUSTOM-WOUND A MaUOW <. Peach Pies, 1lb. 8-os..nh 39c Green Beans 4 I i.>ib. cans' 45c
the Gainesville Public Library li ArN Tlc"jrNolle I s..clal! lana tartai! Spvmth I $peCl4llI" F.., ,
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win be open only from 10 a m oA klMMIM M "'u &NNNw
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EIGHT O'CLOCK
I /YMKwwe "I 0 11111. N'IN
to 1 p.m. and from 4 to 8 p.m.,, ', "'It's l IIINCAIO.mart .M 'OO..IY Iwrttov ftvM K* Pa.cA10 !COMANON : ? Bar Cake I.lb. ].01..i'toot 29c 'Potato Morsels "I.* pk0. 19c
of activI-
because Homecoming I
NN Tee ATLANTIC NATIONAL. s..clall I W,,"'( Seoclol CM.0 $4
AmriMn Wri
for this week,i .ANR OP JACNI000ILLI. J.c.C.NN M
ties. Accordingly :
there will not be an afternoon'" ,N PNrro.........II...,Iwdr......... lc'_t"4 _N.W.1 .. : : Grape Jelly i I./b./ 4.CI. tar 35c Cheese Spread 2lb. M 79c
Story Time for children at the .- NN. CIN Iles Or 50.5' "f.IN'M COffee Sale!
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... I 'c.oj r Library Friday.Unhealthy. '_N. C_Mc00s.I.... ,......Ctv.. III Yi J tA.lw.Nr. SrA l-lb/ 13-or .
I ....... .e-'Y.'. c.wo,..N..N.... All lot ..OOnw,00.AIK .. JIll dew. : Halves 29c Fig Juice 3 'tStT' 1.00
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t LAIONIV OCLL. O1MAMWILLCOX '" e 11"1.
they uncovered a nest of about M 545.0. E s A- P
20 poisonous copperhead snakesIn I.T L. WILLIAM Iii -etAMAMAtlqrmyi _. 2 I' I.yonooenol'...... I. .. .. qt, Jar 49cRUttermilk Biscuits 8 oz, con Ids

a building they were tearing If_> u n. i ;, ; IICHT4 I : l.(b-l1 Oil . 24 bottle
I down here. The fire department -' O'C OCf Corn Meol ..... ...... . 5 Ibl. 57c *1t'1O e 02. 431
l'( came to the rescue and Vote Frozen ShlelhPles.. .
burned the building down.Ultlvwtlfy HoydonBURNS C 0 f t : ju.wi Krw t 10 oz. 39c
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III J..atk Development Plan, I I.Court Opens Reapportion HearingsMIAMI I IT'S YOUR


Pushed for Dade County (AP) A three-fudge formulas drawn up fey the Legislature. ,would be ,valued" according to asked the federal court to strike'
: federal court begins hearing motions ) .. One of these was voted the number of people he repre the 43-senator 112representativeplan
i down at the and the other I sents. from the Nov. 3 ballot and SOCIAL SECURITYThe
i -. TALLAHASSEE: CAP) -Dade''nof asked to take any action; today aimed at reapportioning polls
filed mil- the merely brought it the Florida Legislature was knocked out by the U. S.I A .fourth would establish' a force the Legislature to reapportion -
bounty officials a $35 county up
bill members! before the 1965 regular session. I IIt
House with M
basis. Supreme Court. .
on a population
Dade needsso
jlon public park developmentplan to date on County's made
Democratic Party
The high court refused last'and a Senate with one-third the : .
might be. considered
with the state to provide they I The Judges-David W.Dyer of Monday to reconsider its decision House membership. each with Sobel also asked the court to potlibleYou' ,
the statewide recreationalplan
Outdoor recreation spice for a when ,. worked to earn It-
to Is drawn i Miami and William A. McRae and, directed the three districts of equal population., set guidelines for reapportioning
:population 3 S million estimated in to 25 rise more up. :Jr. and Warren L. Jone, of Judges to set the time and method A petition filed Tuesday by under the U.S.:Supreme Court's I VOTE TO KEEP ITI
persons Florida proposes to sell an estimated Jacksonvilletwice for reapportionment on the Miami attorney Peter Sobel one man-one vote ruling.
)'el.rs.! $50 million worth of approved one voter-one vote principii'let DEMOCRATICELECT

The county proposed to bonds ultimately to buy outdoor down .by; the U.. S., Supreme. I ''MUTUAL VOTE
Acquire 510 acres In south Key recreational lands and waters. Lesson Court. COMPANY
Jiscayne as quickly as possible,'But no time for the bond issue Object Four major motions are before ,

more oceanfront beach at MI- has been setA COVINGTON, Ky. (AP) the judges. One would

:2ml Beach existing Reynolds new five per cent wholesale' While lecturing on driver 11.; strike from the Nov. I ballota I.NORTHWESTERN Johnson & HumphreyDEMOCRATIC
Park and develop an entirely 43-sentence Ill-representative
:3iew area In south Dade CountyIn tax on outdoor sports equipment cense renewals Sheriff George I which the,Supreme Court held '
1963
enacted by the Legislature fr HEADQUARTERS
the offshore city of Islandia.Its Ratterman pulled out his licenseto held unconstitutional.
off
to the
to provide money pay
Illustrate a point. Another would allow the 1965Leglalatul' Ph. FR 2-3591
120 SE lit Are.
= long range plans were laid bonds hasn't produced the revenue D.wl.eJr.{ "
be/ore the State Outdoor Recre- expected.In .Onlookers gulped. So did Rat- still another chance .J'S:; Asst FEATURING INSURANCE FOR (U. Afo -AbckiM C*. D.m..c...,. C_....
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to A third A..
come op with a plan. Ito w. U.
KEY-MAN SPLIT-DOLLAR
;U nat Planning Committee addition, he law la under terman. The permit had expired would set up a weighted voting .... 206 5.... 55437697a1 PARTNERSHIP H..r A...... Tr....)
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::1, Tuesday. The committee :was court attack by several firms. moif than six months earlier. system so each legislate vote





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I wish I knew more about this thing tilled Intuition.
Or maybe its psychology mental perception clairvoyance,
telepathy-you call it. A

I read the papers, loo. Other papers. ayt A.rw.J. Y
And people like Benny Marshall, Tom Siler, Jim Minter
Harry Mehre they all picked the Gators to beat Ole
Miss
1 What's so strange about it all is that most of them went
along on the preseason ride with the Rebels as probable SEC
and national champs.
Still they kept insisting tile Galore were the team to do Y
1 In MisslulppL And several el them were particular: to lola

0p they'd still feel the same eves It Eeatacky: had lOt beaten .,tke,14,1 f.4 Ir.
the Rebels two weeks prevteasly.It's .
a strange paradox of this business of sportswrltmg,
apparently. The closer you are to the situation, the less

you know rather than more.Increases. 'Canes I

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views of the Gators' potential seems to increase with Practice BOB HAYES WINS HEAT IN 100-METER OLYMPIC TEST
mileage. In town it's subdued, cautious, restrained. A few Florida AM atar timed in :10.4
miles away it's hopeful, somewhat optimistic. A medium ,

distance removed, it'. almost exuberant And from afar Returns U.S. MARINE COPS 10,000-METER RUN




Kickoff and punt returns were
psmnrrr in the spotlight Tuesday .t Mills Winner
Gainesville High as Coach Jim Billy Surprise
Niblack prepped his forces for

t Chattanooga Central. ,

The Hurricanes .
enjoy an
.. date this week and then meet open By TED SMTTS sis has elhttwo gold, three 'record time of 4:45.4. Roy Saarl Mills, considered far out of his Mills' sm. lng performance
the powerful Central squad fri- Associated Press Sports Editor silver and three bronze El Segundo Calif, was second dais against one ol the finest dominated this fourth day of the
I zowliet Why didn't you know Florida is one of the best! day, Oct. UHalfbacks i TOKYO (APGritty Billy Other Winners I 10.000-meter fields ever assembled 11th Olympiad In which the United .
I It'a a geed feeling, ....... Te be M4 ud levered to Brian Mills, a Marine from Coffey- Other US. gold medal winners taee( page for .mere pie- stayed with the leaden all States pushed an expected:
the next game. Net since far back la UN has a Florida i. Mike Gibson took Hipp and ville, Kan., won the 10,000meterrun on this fourth day of the tares, another story .. 1N4 the way took the lead to stay on number of athletes through a
football team managed &. win. Its first fear CII..... el the ban m returns turns In an higgtaj effortto : Wednesday In one of the llth Olympiad were: I Olympics: ). the 20th lap of the alx-mile-plus variety of track and swimmingheats
any season, in history .. teat of and endurance, and trials..
beef that part of the greatest upeets Olympic, 1. Ken Sitzberger River Forest courage
up
Charlie Bachman's '30 club did in Southern 45-7; N.C. Slate game. while American swimmers III., who won the springboard In 4:471 and Carl Roble, Drexel then sprinted home, winning by Probably the biggest dl..p"polntment

27-0; Auburn 7-0; and Chicago, 1M, before falling to Fur The CBS will have and divers continued to dominate diving with total of 1511.Hill, Pa, fourth about four yards. I came In the javelin
man 14-11 squad a. their sport and pushed the points and led a 121 American 4. The US. 400-meter freestyle In the vast confusion surrounding where Norway's world record
The only Gator football team ever to do five in a row general to Iron review out this mistakes week, trying !leading Yankee medal harvest medal sweep. Frank Gorman, relay team, also in world the finish, Clarke, the holder Perje Pedersen failedto
or better is the famed 1121 club which raced to eight in the first four madeIn to 19. New York City, was second with record time of 2.33 2. The. team Australian world pas 4.holder, make the finals. The event
a row and then lost to Tennessee la the windup, 1312. games. Mills, a 28-year-old crew-cut 157(2 and Larry Andreason was made up of Steve Clark, was believed to have finished was won by Paull Nevala, a
So the current UK gang Is taking dead aim at aD kind Halfback AI Giffen, who has Marine lieutenant, was timed In Los) Alamitos Calif, third In Los Altos Calif, Mike Austin, second, tut the official results Finn, with a throw of 271 feet.
of history for a Florida team. It will be Interesting to see been suffering with an Injured an Olympic record 21:24.4 after 14377. Rochester N.Y., Gary Uman, placed him third behind Tuni m Inches Gergety Kuksar ofHungary
just how much they rewrite the books. Every page to now leg, returned to drills this week wiling away from world record- 2. Cathy Ferguson, Burbank, San Jose Calif, and Don Schol- sia's virtually unknown Mo- was second and Yan
has made for great reading hasn't it? and Niblack reported the remainder -holder Ron Clarke and one of ?allf., who took the women's lander Lake Oswego Ore named Gammoudl.Gammoudl Lusts of Russia third

Caught on the Run of the team in good I the finest 10000-meter fields 100-meter backstroke In world Wash., sensation. was timed In England's Mary Rand broke
shape ever assembled.His record time of 1:07.7.: tinny I Badly Babbled U:M.I. Clarke exactly one second the world record with a leap of

After the first half last Saturday Tennessee had one first Split TimeP. victory was the first ever Duenkel, West Orange N.J., I Llndgren however, was badly slower. 22 feet 2U Inches In winning the
down to IS for Boston College but still trailed only 74, K. Yonge planned to split .t that distance for the United was third In 1.(M 0. hobbled by an ankle he twisted Mills was considered I rank women's broad jump. Irma
thanks to defense and finally woo out, 1114. Knoxville Sentinel practice time evenly today between States. It helped build the U.S. 2. Dick Roth, Atherton. Calif, 'just two days earlier In practice outsider In the field while the Klrsienstel' of Poland was second
had a clever headline for the gam*. offensive and defena Iv. medal count to seven gold, aev- who won the men's 400-meter to competed, but finishedfar top US hope was little Gerry ind Tatyna Sthelkanova of

"BC Bitter Pill But Vole Swallow Win, M-14." work. The Blue Wave concentrated en sliver and five.. bronze.. Rui Individual medley In world,, bark In the pack. Llndartn, 11-year-old Spokane, Russia! whose record Miss
The GalnetvUlo Quarterback CW Is replacing lie "B.. mostly on offense nana broke, mire.TheUnited .
game" trip .. Baton Rouge Her the LSU game win tie Monday and defense Tuesday. States was not
Florida-FSU clash' M N... II. rear chartered basses will Statistics expected? to place. In cither
Coach Mike Gutlcrrn said UM Passers
take 7$ Maples &. Tallahassee lit that. .... A lair replace- PItY grinders eama out of the College( Having event..
'
meat for the erlctnaleM night, ..". BoDe Place Tore.Yankee .
Gainesville High School( grldders have fallen into line with gam with Jacksonville Prove NFL's '
Tackle runners, however,
last week in good shape.
the trend of matching eoats.-The "Cane players wear bright
Banner Season' maximum
Kevin Flbpatrick to back now, Themselves placed a complementof
with embossed CBS emblem. Sharp u the team
purple an '
and no Injuries are reported.In 64 BalanceNEW three In two other track semifinals
m from Leon last week.
was winning
the backfield fullback Tom the 100 meters and the
College scouts watching Al Giffen CBS; Tom Hansen, .
Hansen has been running well, Cellogist''season was a record year fo ground gainers with an 400 meter hurdles.
P. K. Yonge; Randy Corbin Cross City; Jimmy Thomas, YORK CAP) The; raverage
of 221.T yards. Scoring Bob the Florida MM
Tom Dubs the Hayes,
and
quarterback o n [ country's passers.
Lake Butler; Danny Sandlin North Marion; Bill Perry, Palatks National! Football League standIngs
; Joe Rainwaters Perry; Jeff Curchln: Ocala; and several has been coming along in the this season show about the I issslng themselves this season Tulsa. with 2602 yards per leader Is Utah Slate scoring flash; Trenton Jackson of Rochester
more area players.UF Musing game.Guterres test-balanced race you can Tulsa, passing leader among game, Baylor with 247.7 yards,' champion In INI and IN2 N.Y., and Mel Fender a
singled out gua rd imagine. The team offense and major colleges for the put two Iowa with 221T yards and Arizona averaging 44 points. stocky Army sergeant from
Sieve Twedell and tackle Kenny defense statistics: back it up. seasons, Baylor Iowa and Art- State with 231 yards lead the j' Despite Its total offense figure Atlanta, C:... went through two
O'Steen for outstanding Jobs tone State each have thrown for major colleges ...In.. i Tnlsa does not place among rounds of 101 meter trials with
Sets Its on the line. The latest statistics: issued by more yards than any team had Tulsa, beaten once, also leadsIn the 1'Ullllnl1eaden; Yale reciprocating .. Hayes, beet time through steady
\ Santa Fa worked mainly on the NFL show the Baltimore thrown at the same stage last total offense with 4* yards' does not appear drizzle a 102. well off his best
offense Tuesday a rainshortmd Colts as the top offensive team year according to NCAA figures per game, Yale following\ with among the passing ....den.t performance of 11.1.
drill. Coach Charlie Ro- with i Minnesota. Dallas andPhiladelphia I released today. And last 422 yards. Yale leads major Tulsa obviously la making Rex Cawl." Los Angeles; }
boots listed linebacker Frank bunched not far t peseta pay off. The Hurricanesare Billy Hardln. Baton Rouge La.,
For Taylor end Lewis Feagle and behind. An four have show I Grid Statistics I second in scoring to Utah whose father won the event In
Defense tackle Doyle dikes ss outstanding almost equal balance between UF I State with a ..T point average the ItM Games, and Jay Luck,
defensive performers.Roberta' gaining on the ground and in the PlOtltA IM TNICIMMBFOOTIAlk /m0III0u.Larse' Nine Hurricane touchdowns/ a Yale graduate, qualified. for
team faces Green .... mucous STATISTICS I I/wrath. AH COT II Hi I lift M I. MII I!three garnet have come through the finals In the _meter bur*
Cove Springs Friday night hi Ir.On defense the Green Bay I ,''IN ....... Maur 14 M I 111 IMm the air. Third m the point race dies, with Cawley's tuna of ....
the letter's homecoming. It 1M" 0 'U"I''" 0'". Is Notre Dame, with 23 points a seconds the best among the
.
Reeves Packers are No. 1 and they'vebeen '. M".. HM. 11M I vas .*. .
QB wew"e/ 11acosse.ev 1p"IN ir m nI newcomer among high scorers Americans.The .
WerksHariStorkels ..., ..
able to stop enemy passing ast es 0.S'.1 14 I
basketball team
I working bard this I "I' TIMtlcM T.S5 'I I II Tulsa has a Ugh percentage US.
week In an effort to get ready and running about equally. I It W IY IIOMMWlt I PINT eeTwem... r*. A.. TOiW of completions It of M for which has never lost la Olympic
By JOE RALBERSTEIN (Miss last Saturday reached a for powerful Palatka next week. I TIAM s..inicsstow.ell. 0.1 > III I 111 -but it Is oulpsssed statistically competition racked up an tt-tt
Up through Monday nlght'i
1. San Sperto Editor I I high water mark for effectiveness loach David Buries Tornadoes transferred game against tint ,", ... ..II..... ,.",-1/ t I M I M 4t. IIMDIVIOWAk 1.a."I by unbeaten Florida rout of little Uruguay, Us fourth
Changeable weather (rain) .' both on offense and de. re open this week. Louis Cardinals, the Colts it I. 1555. en II IUMNINOa State and Alabama. Alabamaand trslcht ki Tokyo.
covered Tuesday's Florida football fense. off m I IF Itf nMS Is o .. M .. Florida State each have Holland won a gold medal HI
Hum to r..I .
: 'I. plans taper had gained 1.711 yards with IU M awn s .....1 w SIT i in 10
drill but the unbeaten Ga Gator coach Ray Graves Tins next week, trying to avoid by rushing and 103 by passing tt TOM IK _. II I IMmml n M II M tM t'completed M of tt passes for the cycling time trial read net
ton continue to work with tip heaped praise. Tuesday on endGary 141 RUM tnm. Kri h II II II and favored Italy was second
ajurlee. The Cards, top passing team lit 0." hen wrtnIt It =: w M n M JI! IS*
and polish preparing for Sat i Thomas of Fort Lauder-. is at fun steam I i lot fro* KrmUt Mw. lullI I
i Lincoln going with 1,111 yards are only fourthin MM ...l. ..,... 01. 1M i M .,
urday's Homecoming clash with dale. Thomas, who plays the'this week preparing for its big,. total offense and the Pittsburgh 14tr CM s MT KIM lilt 555 raw ..tI" M 11u. \ .
winless South Carolina. weak side end of offense, has battle with Ocala Howard M 0'_ tIIt 0 0 11 UN55'55
Stealers No 1 In rushing ,_ aI.0,1N .. /t.ed I 1 10
I Fullback Larry Dupree, ailIng 'been a tremendous blocker for Thursday light with 127 yards, are eighth overall .. ,s._soC............... ..MI.1s stir 1 1 a 0 I0
t with a ION knee and bum the UF this season Graves i The Terriers !have been em- !I J .... M.....-. Y"I 'iemCuPvle0en. .a .", Y"
I ankle, likely/ won't do any heavy 'said. hssfaing kicking In this week's e"r"e./wow., ... .a. tIM __ '' e
0
i Green Is the No. 1 defender e eii"
1 Throe Gators to wind rills, with Ralph Brocklng- Bay ,.. .r
work this week but .he win be are up t ws..s wren lOt t ,._ '
for Ike' most of their heavy work for loa and DeWitt Anderson char against passes aQowngonly II 0s.C .ulna .. f11s 1 e
ready duty against v.aMa ...... ...1M
South Carolina Thurs In ig the punting dutIeI.i M yards, and has given up .. /e0/vl.u L lie."""
today. I
Gamecocks: : If need be. 0 'IS M .... ,_ TIt.
Heard only US yards on the ground Ie .... M M IIin
Coach Ray Graves Mid Dupret' day's drIB likely/ win be aught i Coach Jessie pointed .. '. III 0
I Injury win keep the UF one U Florida Field win betaken out that two top players, WB- 01 more than pace setting Dallas "0 A va... .-.... -is 'Ii" 5 "r... 1. Os, ;
I lie Carter and Stacy Bed w II for a 1.111 Tart total I u.. 014.5 .... SOIM ,.0.0.,14.. II
with materials hi
captain from Macclenny sidelined up preparation vas OlemaM ,. rat ; ;
'have with Detroit Is second to total defense .... "
been out Injuries
for Gator Growl Friday .1 "' '0 wrns wee It'
't until Thursday. i .tilth. i I..sould be back this week. giving up 1.223 yards, Ne. ,.*. ,00..Irsww,. I..IC a/Cee/ .nUl".. ,... asa
1 .w.Mw.rr I00s
\ Defense seek roe spot light 2 against rushing and No. 2agatost 'lit..... s a I0
J Tuesday as the Galore.. op paIIln"Midget I yilt....e t _P.M. 0 0 a.. ail'il'AY
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contain Gamecock
plans to .. .
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quarterback Daaay Reeves. I t I. M. ". h14ea 1 Na V..'. Nt 1s
... Loop 50 0.011141 1I .Caw' : 141015 : n"M
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best signal caller the Gaton Grid Action 0 ,.... 1 .NMaur ... r
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will have looked at this season .
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seen such people u Dn a y BEEFEATERBEEFEATER

Thomas and Jim Weatherly. f'4. Catoeevffle Recreation: Great taste:
Reeves who led Ibo Atlantic ..- Midget ....... football isasaa I new
l Coast Conference to offense as art. off to a soggy start Tuesday
a sophomore was hurt toot ,' :. I at Orf Park. Sii of the I tobaccoin
year. But he's going at a Uf ; 'slam teems sew pipe
clip to W4 despite afternoon.
yard per game
.. Edward
1 his team's record of twe Block ---J' Martini Menappreciate
losses and two ties. seed the fill pessssg el a filterw 1
The. Gators dd sense offensive back Bob Black..
work ef their own yester- afag Witter, Pfcrtcr and Weaver seaaoara/I1 its I

day. Senior epnrterb.ek Tan ., ........ dewberry by a cigarette!'

Shannon baked eepedefly. sharp n.Tasarfto, identifiable
/ Fast Tasaa He 1 ...
In the passing drffl. The Gator I Oy
veteran from Miami Is eajeymg .. play.d a ,web n.dd .heard
his best seasea to date eye a. lsy e.eahed PI Kappasorb excellence.

though ha Is dMdhtf. ptoytag. 31 C The a**.fr.... Te .rtiiiisaiinai-ee.'asjMelaew

time with sophomore star StoveSparriar. worked to .arteeOsai City Me 1 Tie ssewrt Irt sackedaval .. i TMMWOHVOtOjHow

II Park. Aaelalra'. ..... i IIIIIATIII"I
the maalire tl Kenehf and hAwettsrsjasMMCIIy ttssTliSaaawHaff
their players Peekfrk. ... vent deem la NaaTaad .
Gene at Elms work ea kept efltaaltt blocktor Meat at 1M bad ef'Clly' tag..../tltlw 0JaIIIIasI I M......._u*t/Mly.1M11 tfAIB R_If

and -aaal Baa ...... The GA1wcIr gt1A!? IAR 11AAIT. HiYK PaikTwilla. l.Tao flatlsearotasMM .... 19 .

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edI I By1'JOE REICHLER gales Dodgers In 1963 would Busch Stadium Tuesday, continued bad breaks but we've overcome clently from his hip Injury to

j Associated Press Sports Writer mark the first time the Yankees to play it cautious, refusing them. The Yankees haven, return to the lineup for the ;

.. [ ST. LOUIS (APThe proud have lost two post-season classics to make any predictions. He did "Take Tom Tresh's game--sixth game He had to abandon ,

New York Yankees, straining to In succession since! their acknowledge however that the tying home run off Gibson in the the Idea however when his star .

avert their second straight back.to-back losses to the New Cards were BOW In the best ninth Inning Monday. That was second baseman complained of

r World Series disaster for the York Giants In 1921 and 1922. shape they've been In the entire enough to knock out almost any pain when he swung a bat.

first time In.42 years, were Since then they've won 20 out of Series. club. But we bounced right back Javier hasn't played at all j

hoping for a near miracle as 2<. "Knowing' we can win by with three runs in the next in- except for two Innings In a sub
they faced the front-running St. The Cardinals haven't fared taking one of two Is bound to ning. stitute role in the opener.

4 i Louis Cardinals in the do-or-die badly' In World Series play, give us the edge," he said' "It's a good thing we did. I Meantime, young Dal Maxvlil

sixth game today. either. A victory would give "But I'm not underestimatingthe don't think Gibson could have has surprised everybody with

I Down three games to two them seven of 10 and three of Yankees. Ihey're a tough pitched much longer. He was a his fine all.around play as Javi-
'Just one away from elimination five against the-Yankees. bad club. tired young man at the end." er's substitute The St Louis lad
I
Yankee Manager Yogi Berra Keane Cautions "We've gotten the breaks so 'Javier Ailing has not only fielded well but has

pinned his hopes on the right I I Keane whose Cardinals engaged far but we've taken advantageof Keane had hoped Julian Javier contributed several timely hits

,arm of 29-year-old Jim Boutonin in a IH-hour' workout at them. We've also had a few, would be recovered suffi- which fieured in run scoring.

a return mound engagement I

I with Cardinal Simmons veteran southpawCurt I SLUGGERS QUIET IN SERIES

The two hooked up in the third

game with Bouton the winner, 2-

1, on Mickey Mantle's dramatic Long-Ball Hitters Are Shockingthere.
ninth.inning home run at Yankee
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CAP WI,."...,. t. ei 141oo) Stadium. The blast came off '-'" .

t They Tower1 Cardinals reliever Barey Schuta' firs By JACK BAND Is batting .051: with only one hit That is why I came in tie, .353 and Elston Howard

pitch Associated Press Sports Write in 19 at bats Kenny Boyer'with Ron Taylor In Sunday's 313, are the three Yanks over !

Ken Boyer, Tim Me .rver and Mike Shannon, left te right, are 8t. Louts 'Shy Oa Pitchers I ST. LOUIS (AP) The World despite his grand slam homer tame, rather, than Barney the .300 level ;
Cardinals' power hitters In the 19S4 World Serla. Each has bit vital home that won Sunday's game has Schultz."
a Even should the Yankees win Series swings back to Busch
}
run for the Card who lead three Despite the low average, the
games to twe. Stadium with its friendly fences only three hits In 1> trips and a McCarver Hits
today a Herculean task still club averages, Yanks .243 and !
faces the American League today and not one second too .151 average The shadows didn't seem to Cards .238 aren't close I to
champions. They an admittedlyshy early for the big sluggers like Brock At .IK bother Tim McCarver much"he .'records. The all-tune twoclublow

Kentucky's Rodger Bird on pitching because of the Bill White, Roger Maris Ken Brock the slugger who came Cardinals' young catcher for a six.game Series was
uncertainty of Whitey Ford's Boyer and Lou Brock. to the Cardinals from Chicagoin leads all the hitters with a'1906 when the Chicago White

physical condition. The batting averages of the the deal that made the RedBirds plump .471 average Bobby Sox batted .198 and the Chicago!

On the other hand Cardinal proven long ball, hitters are a real pennant contender, Richardson, .391, Mickey Man- Cubs .196. And in 1911 the New

Ready for Tiger Battle Manager Johnny Keane's pitching truly shocking after the first has a .182 average I York Giants hit only .ITS

Is in One shape five games St. Louis with a 9-2 Over on the Yankee side, I Football against the Philadelphia A's.
+1' Simmons, of course( will be edge in games, has five of Its Marls the 81-home run hitter of Flag

t By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS goal line defenst and offensive ers back In the lineup for Florida pitching with his normal four- eight regulars hitting .200 or 1981,' does not have an extra

1i 1 Kentucky's star halfback/plays inside the opponent's 10 I State. Fullback Frank Lankood day rest. Should a seventh game ess. The New York Yankees base hit or a run batted In ands Meeting SlatedThere I Vote HaydonBURNS

Roger Bird was back at practice -yard line "It was a pretty g I ewlci who missed the Clemson I be necessary Keane has the supposedly a bundle of muscle hitting 182. Joe Pepitone, '
hi fun gear and showed no practice," he Aid game with bruised have four starters batting under normally power hitter has a will be an organization-
a shoulder >Is I choice of one of three pitchers
al of the football
meeting flag
of rib 200. 167 mark.
signs a injury during
I LSU BriefedMeanwhile back and end Pat Hodgson, who I southpaw Ray Sadeckl, right
I teams at the City Recreat I 0 11
heavy work Tuesday as the substantial What Is ?
led the Southeastern Conference i hander Roger Craig or Bob White a home run going on
LSU Coach
Wildcats turned from a humiliating In pass receiving last I (21)) and runs batted In (102)) Johnny Keane the Cardinal Department Thursday even Ingt
Charles McClendon briefed his year, has Gibson, who struck out 13 !In a I 7:30.1:
loss to Florida State to team on Kentucky while alternating been running full.speed In pralice brilliant winning performance,man during the regular season, manager offers a partial explanation -
for Louisiana All of Business and
prepare tough managers
this week.Paul for the weak In
hitting
State. I his three teams on offense In the fifth game Monday. Church League Teams who are ALL-FLORIDA
the last three In New
and defense In rain- Ford's condition has Berra games
a SuccumbsRALEIGH "
Bird was Injured Saturday In York. Interested in this program are
shortened worried. The veteran southpaw, GOVERNOR
the 48-7 loss to FSU, the first, practice. Good's 1 Invited to attend. The lea g u e
Yankee Stadium la
t' who aggravated an old heel a tough '
aft-1 N.C. (AP) Dr. rules and teams will be estab- 'd. low.
: for the Wildcats this season "We know that Kentucky is a "
to hit In said Keane.
park ,
Injury in an opening game loss I
er they scored two straight upsets lot better football team than Raymond Rollins Sermon former shed.
"The shadows at this time of
In St. Louis hasn't worked
: over Mississippi and they were last week," McClen- 596 Is High director of athletics at North make It .difficult Of
He did all year ,
since. no throwing at
: Auburn don said "We must set ready Carolina State College died course, that big center field 1$1 <> ACCIDENTAL
: But end Jim Komara who suffered I to stop a team that is explosive Paul Good of Wis.'. Drug in New York's workout at Yankee ,Tuesday He was 71. gives the fielders plenty of room I IUUU DEATH BENEFIT
Stadium and must
Tuesday!
a shoulder separation In on offense." Store led the Commercial remain doubtful Sermon came to N.C. State In to roam and catch fly balls that I GOLD KEY AUTO POLICY
: practice the day before will not Elsewhere Tulane League at Palm Lanes with 202- a quantity 1925 as backfield coach head might have been hit out of our: 'I
: be back. He's lost for the rest Coach' 205.189Ray Allen. Manaro' Young Mel Again track coach and as physician park."I.
Tommy
O'Boyle "I don't
of the season. I think we were said ., had a M7. Barry Biebel If Ford cannot make it, young for all of the school's athletic know I didn't want to go U .111Q7 f4l
very sharp today. 1q
:. Coach Charlie Bradshaw sent It's not possible for us to un-' rolled a stellar 287 single game Mel Stottlemyre undoubtedlywill team. He became athletic dl- with off speed pitchers In New
his players through drills on derrate a team as talented as Jim Douglas Chevrolet hid get the pitching nod in the rector and head basketball York. Curt Simmons was good

Ole Miss, but we're trying to 4M03J-107J-30M with a 1084 seventh game, If needed. The coach In 1927 and served In both enough to get away with It. But 1109 N. MAIN: ST. PHONE 376-4582

Tensi Leads I get some snap Into our work-; by Womble's Standard Oil best 2-year-old rookie right-hander I-capacities. until 1936 a fast ball pitcher Is better I
outs." The Green Wave Ingle pitched a tough seven Innings -

sized pass offense and kicking emphal Don Williams of University Monday; but wasn't; charged Now I U The Time THE JOE HARRIS FOOTBALL FORECAST f
On Offense Chevrolet led the Industrial with the 5-210-lnnlng defeat.It \
Tulane's next opponent Mississippi League with 1U-232-14S-SU was his second fine effort To Phone "Patronize The Merchants"FRIDAY
concentrated on offense Bob Brown coming four days after he had Sponsoring
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551 and beaten the Cardinals S-S In the
: State Unlv.nlty'lrctn.\ g: also got a look at Tulane' Roger Shultls Gator I ......... WMum a Sam PnMM. Lwn a SnmHymtU fi.... Wlnwn t tctnt ...'*. Loin 1 SCWM
football team the statistical plays. Tire Service hit 554. Williams' second game.A Per Your Fuel Oil $..*. 20 H. wU . 7 1 I I.W' Chalet St. i. .2S llMMibvrf, II. ... 7
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232 was best game. defeat on top of their four I N..da- u.. + lisle :o u. f. -r... eAMERICAN
: lead among' state football Halfback Larry Swearengen Gainesville Sun rolled 1017495 straight! losses to the Los An- We Install Tank FOOTBALL LEAGUE||
: players this week. We Sell Heaters .... "trleta .. ,10 0.hl..d R.Id.n ,24
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FSU quarterback Steve Tensl In Mississippi Slate's game Nl-2173 with the 1017 top game. I "Your Pull Service SATURDAY; OCTOBER IT, IW4W

and halfback Fred Biletnikoff with Tulane last week, missed Ken Kent, Plggle Park made Sooner Star Fuel Oil Dealers" AkiltM CkrirtifH ,14 D.ys.e 6 abue .27 L.hlII. . <
considered one of the finest practice .with the Bulldogs ands the 4-5 split Bob Brown Cator; Akra . .. "21 ...t.r .. to. TT Gr... City .1 .20 C..".,i. Tick to 7
: passing combinations in the na not expected to play in the Tire Service 4-79; Jesse Melillan DAVIS Alik..... .17 ..fl"M. . 7 H.s ..20 Sw.rth",.... . C
game with Mississippi Southern Best Lineman .. .17AM. D.I.w.re VilUvl 6 Holy Cmi .14 Qu.,1ce M..I,," 11
lion led the charge among this weekend. I Bill Servlcemaster 5-. 10, I OIL CO.S Alfcrl.k..ht..r ?" ..f] .'knr (W. V.) 20 MIlHOil .. .17 MI.."..... ...14
Florida grldders. Holmes Cannon Insurance, NORMAN Okla. (AP) "I'd Amh.'e . 1 14 U. S. C. 6. Acd. 6 ....i.... Sta. .21 pal St.t. ". .14
The University of Florida's Back la Padi 5-7, twice; and Vuraes Bailey, I I APP hckl sophomore pass-catching sensation But State had ends Smith Sinclair. 2510. feel Iota better if we had won' Army . .. .21 VlrtmU . TBMItM laws U. WiKMim 14
Bill MeCulre the game," said Oklahoma Uni A.h..... . ,20 . .14 Joh.... C.S.with' 27 D.I..... State ,. ftW
: Charlie Casey moved Into and Harland Reed backIn Phyllis Wright paced the Roy- versity's Carl McAdams when .I..I.-W.II. .20 HillifeU{ -.. 7 K.", St." .JUwit ..t. Motifs 6
the picture as he grabbed two pads In the full speed work. al I Poultry loop with 1M-159-16&- asked how it felt to be named B.,lw . . '10 T.... Tub ( .7 r CUik ,. .20 C.n,. W..h;..... 7
TD tosses In the Gators' equally .{out Tuesday. 91 Mae Hill had 471 and Evelyn : The Associated Press' Linemanof .MI*. C.ll.t. ,,.JOwIlKf ...,... r,14 Uc.ln ,1 M. ). -127 s.. M.rr'l tlC..16 I
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: surprising JO-U victory over Tavolar 470. Nonle Crom Whether At .. Stew ..20 'T l W ,10 W"hlns
Mississippi. Tennessee concentrated on oftensive had a 114 the Week.McAdams. .*..... ." .14 Willi.{ .. . 7 U. .<.". Ss.N .y 20 KMhicky . ..7
and defensive top game The Stadium or 10S. U.iv..0 Lciiis 6 MtftM". .. 'K.m ckv lou 6
Tenet scored nine completions In passing Fowls had a 1380 series while t-foot-3, 211-pound At Home Watching eriho..k". TH'. IIS KiKft{ P"t Aed. "" ....ch...... 21 Rfc". ,,|..4 t.. 7
loll attempts for 112 yards, Increasing -,strategy preparation for un- Hilda Nestor made the J-10 split center-linebacker, referred to: .H.I. U. ..' .27 v. M. r,' J. >. 6 "" ......1.Stet. 21 W. Tn. Stete ,: 7 1
his total offense lead defeated Alabama "We gave up Mary Culbreath 4-5-7, 4-5 and the Scorers' 28-7 loss to Texas The,Game on TV .14 >. JtMpk'l (U4..) 0 """Ie hi,.. :-" .1T 1..".". .. 14
: to 122 yards in H plays. Tam :too much passing yardage and ,S-8j; Mae Hill 4-5, Nonle Crom, I last Saturday Make Sure it', RC! C.at.i'. ; . 20 K..'... , """Ichl,.. u.'f.-.11 '1104... .. 7
let Boston College receivers let Ce..1 IWII... .17 NMI I.rk 4 Mj.el.IiPPI" ;14 $.. MhtiuirpiTyM. .. 1
pa's Val Johnson maintained past too often" .said- Coach :and Conye Shaw 3510. In that Intersectional contest, C........ . 20 III. Wnhy .14 ""illllll.,1" ; { 10 ( . 0 t
second place In total offense .. 7
Centel Mick .27Oki. WNte w 1111..1. .14 "*" > Air '*c' Ac.*
with 431 yards In 71 plays In,Doug Dickey. McAdams a Junior made 13 e..t..1 ( .) A. 20 T....._ State ,. M "Mw.t." .. :.1. .....17 20 Id.he Stab .to. II
I. 'unassisted tackles and helped In a .. . .. .13C .
: spite of the Spartan's 0-12 loss Alabama e..1 Wab'NS 14 pups 5.usd "Mwde" W.bw Star "
Coach Paul Bryan knee Injury suffered by Don five others. He beat out Dwight'' .. .. 20 H..... . 7 M.r hol Ste. ,,2' Awtis.e, Ss.b 6 re.
McNeeee State.
to worked his players on game Meredith, \their No 1 Kelley of Ohio State for the ..."...N* .. 14 MM. To.n .. St. 7 "" ...I.'ulll.. .21 H.i..I.... . .. '
: Grabs Four plays "and tried to developsome has quarterback a.14 W.... '."* J ...., .. .. ,17 C.Iite'ui '4e.'III.
Biletnikoff ribbed four passes explosive speed, something I muddled the Dallas weekly award. Kelley made It CltmMH{. i.i 10 Tile . . .......... r 21 K.._ St... to.. 7M
: against Kentucky, two for we haven't had all lowboys' offensive plans this tackles In the Buckeyes' 2M I C... 1111.1 TchN !! Iwo Lily 6 ..1I.ry. ,14 WtH..4 . .13Gssatkat 1 1V1
touchdowns, and held to third year. The fall. thrashing of Illinois ,.14 Msi.e . .01 .... C.mlse{ ,14 ./YI., .. f ". ..1CwvsII I,
on Crimson Tide will be without I .. 10 H...... '. C..I I Ill,) 20 MMhW, . . 6
place with 248 yards II plays I star quarterback Joe Mamath e.rtI.R. C. W. Ieee i 4 ", .. MI...... St. 14 MiM..ul. Miss 6
FSU's Phil Spooner kept a when they meet Tennessee. Na D.rhwwth. .. .. III soaves "" 1' ....... 111I..1. .20 ........ ,. ..14
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narrow 42-yard lead over Bob math has a twisted knee and SPECIAL SALE ROYAL CROWN D..I... . 20 Mvt UiilM 6 North T... kab H New .....Ie. Sob 0 I IDe'.II.
Biletnikoff of Miami with lie Steve Sloan will be usd to fill BOTTLING CO. w .. '* W..hl..... St.. L. 7 ...........r. .20 H..MI..I' I COhill 7 1
20 .II..Me..n 14 ... 'II. Miawri s. ..enl M. Stett 6
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yards In 49 carries. BiletnikoffFred's ,!the gap circulating oilQUAKER 1201 I. UNIVIS. AVI. D.DUtat..... .. .21J- 51. 1111.... '| .....I D i<"* .. .27 U. C. L A. . 7 YDue.
younger brother hid 14* . IIJ N. C.r.ll.. Si M 7 aw ". Uk. r*>..* . 7
yards In 40 carries Georgia Coach Vince Dooley THE HOME I......",, .. ". 14 M.IIC.....' t' 6 Ik,. N..,'lM* "" "{.... 6K.
Tensl remained far la front In said he will have all his Ct* .. 21J L..I Rhyse . 7C Oh.. Stele .. '2' $,. C.lii.ol. ", TlOhM \
55,000 BTU .,20 ... ... '10 ., 7 j jI 11
PI'Y'i EVERY. Inn..{. 1m. his. 14 ..II U. X..iI )
forward I.
passing with 33 completions .. .. .. _. U. ,. ,14 19I.
THING : T.... 5.. "20 .... K. 6 0..11 K._ U. "
In U attempts good for 821 Pair Share with 10-year guarantee .t'i YOU .. . . .fMH-M.*IM. 6 Stefl 24 M.k. ". .14 ,.
yards and seven touchdowns V .1eoiH A i 10\ .,.40tMto M..... arrwe 6 OM.MU'Ottwk : ,, .. 17 AtI.... U.- ,7
Johnson completed 32 of 84 for on the fire pot and stn' NEED FliMe Stet. .. 7 Geert.. U. 0 .l. ... .20 Nine. to. II
397 and three TDs. I vapor rings. ,- ? For U. 10 SwM .... .. 1 p.*.. St... .1* S........ II
yards Back Honors \ r Building F.u. Stile ,34 C.ll ..., .ISIOI 1 PN1.b.rek to .. .10 MI..., ..I.....' 7 *
Fred Biletnikoff continued: his er ....... ,14 ,....,..,..e ,. 6 Pri.eti .. .. .11 c. .. < l'
mastery In pass receiving and RemodelPH. ........... /Kv> 20 p.LstPie. .II ;ie. to .. .. 10 s.. Mab.4IN .. 7
now has.340 yards In If_ ncep-: JACKSONVILLE (AP-Steve) IntF .._,. T..... .. 10 A"_ .. 7 Rkkw.d j.,14 D...MM. .... 6 \1' '
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twos, Including five touchdowns I Tend, Florida Slate quarter, AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE
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catches. Casey who came up I back and Allen Trammel!,I : PH. H...... 0..... ,21 N_ Twk J.H 24 ,
from fourth to second with Florida defensive halfback I SUNDAY. OCTOBER 1 $. 19(4
splendid showing against Ole share back of the week honors p' 2.4R NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Miss, has 220 yards In II catches In Florida college football this IcktaMM C' K .21it" .... l.TNclkff 20
... good for three touchdowns. week. $7285Medel McCOYBUILDING a........ a.w.. 24 De'. C.wty n \'".. Villi..** 21 '.......,.11 SH .,. 24
TMXkkenv ........ ... ., .20 CM< \. _Tampa'i Kevin Hurt maintained They were the backs most re-.1apouibJe.for THH010 SUPPLY IM A...... R.w.23 AMERICAN"FOOOTBAL I L I LEAGUE 21 W..'. R.d.kts. ,11 I" ,

I : a allra lead over Floe perhaps the greatest lnNvkiBMi .. .21 K_ CIty Chiefs 20 t
.. ida's ....Spurrier In punting. victories the football history Thermostat Controlled Blower j.$15 CENTER $. Oleo CkwtOT 14 D.evw ...... .. 10 [
: of.the two schools. N.rtl> M. .1.l N >M SM
Hurt kicked a times for M "

: yards and an average U 4U Tensl completed nine of Upasses Special. 10% DOWN SEE THE LISTEN TO THE THE
yards per kick. Spurrier kicked for m yards and three Oil Drum SHELLEY'STHE
: 17 times for 171 yards. and ... touchdowns as Florida State '"TIGEIIN THE Joe Helbenteim' Thirsty 1-
yard average.Fred .1 trampled and
: previously unbeaten Stand 12 Months To P AND l
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BUelnlkon's two TD, Kentucky 484.Trammell CAGE"
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: catches against Kentucky boosted drum other sizes and
'I returned s punt n OriginalItalian THE NEW 1965 SHOW
: Us scoring lead to 30 points. yards for a touchdown, recovered e Sturdy, steel styles of famous brand
Lea Murdock of FSU kicked Sandwich-
i a fumble. Intercepted pass stand heaters to choose from. PONTIACNOW FOR THI LATEST 0
six extra points against Kentucky
and made S All necessary
several tackles as IN SPORTS
and tied Florida's i
Casey
for third place with 11 points. Florida upset Ole Miss >>-liThe tubing fittings and We Sell > is.tell Try Our SSS PM-MM.Karla 'ri.

c till I were announced ; Complete ,CENTRALHEATING PIZZASScMit DIAL 1230 '

Moore Dies by Jack Hairstoa, president Installation SHOWING .
y I of toe Florida SporUwrlt- enelLowenbraa

1+ : LITTLE ROCK Ark (AP) ere Association and sports editor : $22 .Iowdse AI Bose Wwb On Top AT WGGGJJ Favorite Meeting

: William Albert (Scrappy) of toe Jacksonville Journal. nil ESTIMATES ,... s.t -:
Moore n.one of the best-known lUceMng honorable mention I TROPICALPONTIAC m Li.-
.Etv.V vmifiV VtfvCV ... AsTiJiT
died to Arkansas la Us day, are Florida quarterback Steve FREE t ILD VERY 0* c.. The Geese
here Tuesday. and fullback Larry Duo I ( B. Bohannon Jr. PH. PI 2-45U '
Spurrier 4 Bar ft ,<......
q He played. baseball briefly prce; and Florida State flankerback lit W. U.... BIN Ceeb: tVAetw.lee. Drive Us SartfceState

with the old SL Louis Browns of I Fred BUetnlko/f and deten.l S.[. 7H. St. Sth A... MM** 2-9541 ,1MI N.W. 1st. Ae. 220 N.W. 'ink. AVL i Ag..cy I (31 N.W. llth ST.
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By HAROLD CLAASSEN "OICIY.. Ernie Davis just because he I
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TOKYO (AP) The emblem Alabama over vnnessee: The Navy over California Wayne : one of basketball's sternest American University: Walt
the Olympics is five inter Volunteers have nobody who Hardin's crew gets back on the u task-masters, had some I kind Hazard. UCLA, and Joe Cald-
J five Joe Namath. words to say about his U.S. well, Arizona State. '
rings, representing can equal right track.
,rr rrf Olympic team.: But even the CaldweU led all scorers with
That gives any Notre Dame over UCLA: Th
I rare praise bad to be consideredI 16 points,Bradley and Jim (Bad ,
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selector plenty of room Irish line suddenly has become Ptefclnf In a "hurry:
EAST I anion CMUg S... Clncliuwll a major understatement in Viewof News) Barnes of Texas Western
in which to around in respectable. '
run -
s m. ovor Virginia Military Dartmouth a
each had
12.
circles. Michigan over Purdue: The w from. Honor ovor Cornet', Out*. a developments. i I
to 4'0.._ aver Holy Crou Hutgon The United States won its The United States is idle
I ;
Last week's record of 37 correct Wolverines have oodles and P.nn.vl.I.. "',_... ever eoi- .
..>.. VllUravt over Doloworo. YOI. ever M -v latest game, aginst little Ura- Thursday, and Iba planned a
picks out of 56 tries for an oodles of talent including quarterback ellumbl.. S night brief session.
63-21 Wednesday practice Their
sours :'r guay. "
0..1' ever mchmnnd i
average of .661 made the sea Bob Timberlake. Norm Cmllno .. admitted Ibs. next ,
It. ovor Duko. "10'1'. "Not bad, game is against Yugo- "I
son's record 14041 for .670. Nebraska over Kansas State: ovor Jotim Coroiifi. FunriM ovor "... "
bvtorlorti VoMorbUt ovor Goorgo w..... "Not bad at all. slavia. Russia, expected to be
From a slightly Oriental view The Huskers can run and run (IngMn,ovor Pi.rl..tile Mloml Mlululpoi ovor _.Slit.,..*Pinteuron .'...- I He even went further. I the United States' top opposition :
point here are the coming and run. Soultum,MI_,.... Norm CorMlM ovorMorylond "I thought they played a real also Is 4-0 after an 13-131
weekend's winners! : I Kentucky'over louisiana MlnlulDpI *vor Tulono WntVlrjlnlo and han-
owor Vlrojnlo Tock ArtrV ovorVlrolnlo. good defensive game triumph over Puerto Rico. I
Texas over Arkansas: If thereis State: The Wildcats thin in Clomion ovor Woko Porotl. died the ball very well"I
one college football team that numbers, will be trying to makeup Wllllim .M Miry Mltilloon ovor TIll two CIIMHMIDWISTl ovor IMIon The United States unbeaten Shares

can Jump from the frying pan for that awful thumping) ...*. low KWHM Itoto over TulH eolo..,._, Loullvlllo.Mr OKIobomt. 3, 4' I r. In basketball since the sport Casey I
into the fire, week after week it given them by Florida State. 1011.41 ever M..t.. Wkhito NorMw..b.n f r was added to the Olympics In Top Lineman
.. is this year's Longhorn aggregation Auburn over Georgia Tech: !If MlMxl.* star of Ohio.1 low. ovor OotrollWltcoml ..r i I.R ii.Mrla. 11938, hit II of its first 26 shots,

Jimmy Sidle and his playmates Norm UUTHMISTl To.o> IHIo To.it..T..'ch NowM.Ie.aver Ivbr.. flashed out to a whopping 50.13 Slate VoteJACKSONVILLE
Ohio State over Southern California are going to hit high gear this Slow. 545. ovor Souttwn.. MirHodiM, Watching Thomas halftime margin and coasted In I
: Coach Woody Hayes of year,this should be the game. Tnn"C.,wI.ll..v.r. ovor Wort T T..oi..AIM Irtto. MtncpKU from there (AP-Char-

.1 Ohio State doesn't concentrate Syracuse over Penn State: Pa WesT'Y.....("Mliwurl ovor "' .ovor.1I1e.Air Uttfl ForcoIrlohtm ovoroteroM U. S. high jump star John Thomas of Boston practices The starting unit didn't sec Ics Casey, Florida end and
on non-conference foes but be Syracuse didn't issue the sam C It..., UIOK (,.,._ovor N.. action In the second half. Avery Stunner Florida, State
Village in
Moiko Ongon Stofo ovor 11 Orooonovor aa spectators watch at Olympic
"I don't believe In seeing how tackle, are cowinners of line-I
will want to show the television number 44 to halfback Floyd'' ArtMM WooMngMl star ovor oars
viewers his new off-tackle play. Little that previously had been eft.. W1ng 0. T.... W.b.n Tokyo. many points we can run up man of the week honors Instate '
against an opponent" was Iba's college football this week.
Tom Barrington is a handy- worn by Jimmy Brown and
explanation. "I'd rather see us Casey, Florida's l lonesome
-i run what we're supposed to run end, caught seven passes for
out there on the court. By that I 121 yards and two touchdowns.I
Miami H1Prestige Igh Hikesin I mean move the ball and play The scores came on K yard

tt defense. We will rest our boys and 43 yard throws from :
i whenever we can. There's no quarterback Steve Spurrier as I
: use putting in too much work at Florida upset Ole Miss, a preseason -( .
State 'this time. national favorite, 30 14..1

The starting unit was com Sumner was the key man Inan I
posed of Bill Bradley, Princeton FSU defense which blotted
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: borough 12. ; Jerry Shlpp Bartlesvllle, previously unbeaten Kennic-

Miami( High's smashing win In Region 1, which shapes up ky's offense in I 41 I Seminole iS
over Jacksonville Lee and the currently as the state's most Cricket Club victory. Sumner led the

fall of Tampa Robinson were powerful, Miami Ugh Is tied I Seminoles with eight tackjes
'the biggest eye openers of the with Coral Gables and South 'Iw. Plays Match and five assists and was ere-

fourth week of the Florida high Dade for the leadership, each r' Commonwealth XI defea t e d dited by Coach Bill Peterson
school football season. with 40 points for four wins. Chairman's XI by five wicketsIn with D l lay I ftI his beat lame
,
The Miami Stlngarees left no Miami High will be heavily .t i ,,, a preseason cricket friendly, ever. ; -
doubt that they deserve the No. favored to stop South Dade this ., played on Fleming Field Sun The choices were announced:
IP spot In state rankings when week. Coral Gables, No. 2 statewide w..aalaliy by Jack Halrston, president of II
"' they overran Jacksonville Lee after a 21-11 victory over day.Batting first, the Chairman's the Florida Sports Writers Association I

24-7 and sent the Generals tumbling previously unbeaten Hialeah, < M team struggled to 47 all out, and sports editor of
>/> '1 from thire to the 10th plays Pompano Beach (No. SIn ) with only Pringle (England) 16 the Jacksonville Journal. I

spot.Robinson another bllame. runs, and Rozman (U.S.A.) 10 Honorable mention went to
after two big victories Leads Regioa II runs, reaching double figures. four players: Jack Card, FlorIda '
, behind its sensational Hillsborough moved to the top He Didn't Like Decision For the Commonwealth team linebacker; Bill Rlchbourg,
I halfback, Larry Smith, wa In Region 2 along with St. rounders Syed (India), and Florida defensive guard; Jack I
dumped from the unbeaten Petersburg Dixie Hollins. Tampa Valentin Lorenof Spain expresses hU anger with the decision by a hard left to Chemburksr (India) each took Edwards, FSU offensive C e n- [PH:
ranks by Tampa Hillsborough Plant was upset by Winter the face of referee Gyorgy Scrmer of Hungary after an Olympic featherweight four wlckeU. ter; and Jack Shlnholaer FSU I
12-7. and fell from second to Haven 64. This week. Hills- boxing match in Tokyo Tuesday. r..oren wan. disqualified for consistent. fouling When the Commonwealth XI middle guard. I

13th In the state ratings. borough meets Tampa Chamberlain of his opponent Hung-Cheng lUii of Taiwan. (\\irephoto by cable from took the crease, It was the two
I Biggest Win and Dixie Hollins .plays. Tokyo). I
_. Indian all-rounders who I
- aga n Vote \
Coach Bernie Wilson of Hills- Largo. HoydonBURNS J
did the damage. Chembur k a r'
borough called it "my biggestwin. In Region 3, the leading teams

f ." have one thing in common Vols Loom reached had several 19, while narrow Syed escapes was dismissed a [S'
Doug Dickey's
Smith, who had scored 11 stingy defenses. Palm Beach after scoring 12. Jain i
touchdowns in two earlier and Orlando Edgewater moved \
(India) finished with 10 not out.
games, got only one against into a first-place tie by blanking ,
For the Chairman's team Morton
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Hillsborough. That came on a Stuart 1441 and Sanford 13-0, As Trouble for Alabama !
pass after a fumble bad given respectively.Palm (South Africa) took 3 wickets ALL.FLORIDA

the Knights the ball on the Hills- Beach, meeting Delray I I and Pringle, 1 wicket.
Seicrest this week has givenup KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -I I Tennessee has conquered "It's a great challenge for us Another friendly game will be GOVERNOR
BreedloveSets only one touchdown in four Doug Dickey, off to a rousing Chattanooga, 10-6; MississippiState to play Alabama here this week. played next Sunday In preparation
games. Edgewater: has surrendered start ae Tennessee's new football 14-13, and Boston College, Alabama has one of the finest, 11 I for the match against Savannah I M. A*. MEANSNATIONWIDE

en average of a touchdown / coach, says he regards the 16-H. not the finest, football teams in In two weeks. j

Speed a game. Edgewater plays 'oh' game with third-ranked Start Defense the nation." ," -.-. .._*- -. .. I '
Winter Park this week. Alabama Saturday as a "great,I The defense which Dickey
Mark: 468.72BONNEVILLE Pensacola survived last week 'challenge." The winning elements have cites as the chief factor In Ten
end as the only perfect record I Dickey, who came to Tennessee been a stout defense, a fine nessee's 3-1 record Is anchored COLLIOI OHIO
SALT FLATS, team in Region 1. The Tiger I last winter from Arkansas kicking game and some breaks. by Capt. Sieve DcLnng, a 243- MOIEY U COVERAGEAMERICAN
I Utah (AP) A Jubilant Craig beat Mobile Davidson 25-0 and' here he was Coach Frank "Our defense was way ahead I pound All-Southeastern Conference .
Breedlove has regained the title 'of our offense! at the start of the '
\ will go to Panama City Friday. Iroyles top assistant, has surprised -' guard.
as the fastest man on wheels 'season "We I
; Lees) Bows even the most ardent Vol says Dickey. I
and obviously was determined knew we would have to rely on He alas Help Just toll us how much J. ae
Two other contenders in the followers by winning three ofhis vw vw
today to keep it as long as possi region bit the dust. Tallahassee first four games. Auburn our defense in the early games. I DrLnng has been ably assisted you bull,need for to o 'll lm old awl.. llJ: a..w e':::1 AND I

ble.For LeaD was beaten 32-19 by edged Tennessee 3-0. ;; "We have managed to win' by linebackers Tom Fisher provemtnts, car rssias.oo 11100 S42IOO $2300
the j| and Frank Emanuel and tackles
one thing, 28-year-old pairs, for all yourtaienal NATIONAL
2(100 11.00 $1700 3100 PRO
Los Angeles speedster said be Gainesville of Region 3 and The 32-year-old former Florida three games playing the kind of|Joe Graham and Carl Ellis.: p ,ni i.Phone .
33.00 20.00 60000 3431
Jacksonville Lee by Miami I quarterback junked Tennessee's football we had to play. Our for prompt, LEAGUE STORIES
would try to Improve on his land I Fisher and Graham art sopho
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speed record of 461.72 miles per High. famed single wing system offense has sputtered and spit,mores. courteous Mrvlc r.eaue seoe.Iaww ,.t,

hour, set Tuesday in his jet.I Jacksonville Paxon knockedoff and switched to the T.forma-1|but our morale has been excellent Ron Widby a sophomore LOANS*> TO$400
of Ameri the defending Region 1 tioa. He also inherited a squad and our boys are showing .
powered car "Spirit
ca" champion, Jacksonville_Fletcher composed chiefly of sophomores I slims of getting a little better kicking specialist has averaged I

,, '-) For another, he said he had,7... I and Juniors. --I each--. week. )I I 42 N.9..yards.. L_. on has 29 klrki.nwny done. a_ RreaiJob _u IImIIUI I HIGH SCHOOL

reserved the track at these I COVERAGE
Dickey says. His kicking by
> western Utah salt flats until
,AGAINST TEXASPorker's !coupled with the fact we basestmade
Oct. 21 and plans to keep it I ( offensive mistakes, riNANCI MRVICf INC. I JOHN CLINDINDON
many
minute of that time. : .f lneivllle
every has forced our opponents to GLENN LANIY
It's possible winter weather I make long drives to be able to 204 S. Eo First Street Of to to to to ..FRM661MOTT'S I JIM, KELLY
.. could set in by that time fore- OB Awaits Test score" .. _
until next year. The salt flats is -- -- --. MARC WIINSTIINDON
one of the few places in the: '- DAVIS

world that are suitable for/ FAYETTEVILLE. Ark. (AP)"sidelines for much of his career,,, the conference In Individual JAMIS RUSSELL
. record speed runs. Quarterback Fred Marshallis Including this season's first two i,total offense
, Even if Breedlove can keep I I fifth-year man who Is the games. He has averaged a gain of S 6 JIM KINO,
the record for only two weeks, to Arkansas' offense and he
key He rebounded from a shoulder 1 yards per carry He has com
that will be longer than the past has never stepped onto a frfcJITOB .
bruise though, and has pleted II of 29! passes for a .620 .
two record holders Art Ar-
against Texas. t
amassed 217 yards total offense:showing.
lone of Akron Ohio, Tom :
and.; "
"Not a down he emphasizeswhen / hi triumphs over league foes More Important, he has
.. Green of Wheaton, HL ,I given 1 KOJ N.W. lid St. PI 4-7JJ7 MACHINEGUNCAMERA
Arfons, who bad the old the fact Is mentioned. I Texas Christian and Baylor. i I the Arkansas offense the bnl'ance .
M record of 434 02 m.p.h., said Hell get the experience of Marshall ran the option for' needed to bounce back 1IIIIS
.Tuesday he la confident he can playing Texas fa Austin Saturday 117 yards and threw for IS yards from I 3-3 season In 1M3. TIRE SALE! CLOJf-Ur PHOTOSIODII

beat Breedlove's mark. He has sight The game matchesetghtlwaaked against Baylor and It was his, Coach Frank Bmyln of Ar- .t
hi for the Arkansas with greatest game. ikansas Marshall'simportance
another reservation pointed
up
Hats for Nov. I but wants to the No. 1 Longhoms. I He ran for 37 and passed for earlier this year SftW.00sll Pin.'11.73 U.e 'It.tTttWl!;; DAVIS

I. come sooner. Marshall says be is looking 141 against TCU. i(when he said) "Everything that ci TOMMY UWIS

Breedlove, who set one land forward to the cipcrtencc I The remarkable thing about Freddie dors will determinehow Tub./a. Stark 11.75
'.
Both team unbeaten
speed record last year aped art the statistics Is that with only well we do." '.30s1I 12.50 Ip
altar four and share the
across the salt flats Tuesday la game two games behind him this' And they're doing quite well 7.5011. 1SJS 1I.9S t."S
\ times of 442.it and 49113 la two I South vest Coofcrtnci lead. year. Marshall ranks second In!!'now, thank: you I.OOiU1.30s 1 S.>tS 14.95 10.95
runs ever the one-mile track.I II Injuries have kept Marshall. a 14 17.93 15.95 CANDID COMMENTS
I The record time was computed'senior from Memphis, on the
i IY COACHES
from total tune and distance of .
' IF TillS IAUNCIO 99c plus weights.
both runs. Steele YOUCOMPARE AND PLAYERS

\ Bill Arnold's Nancy Instant credit to oil oil Wh l iMriNff Ctoitri. ",.cb4 99IRAKIS <

' 545 Beat Score Lead on 472 PRICES co.'s o n d department ADJUSTED . . . 99t .
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lID Arnold had IM-lTf-ia- Nancy fa fteele the Jtmtor rolled League UH7JUa47J -, OF SAME Desvn ALIGN FRONT IND . . ,$'. 14 PRESS lOX RIPORTikr

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girls with 4411Sandb.ggers Stones ftwf -It&, CASON
had a *' set Alky Ooops am. game. I MUFFLERS GUARANTIED FOR LIFE OF YOUR CAR I LARRY WOODSI
I and Hornks a 711 best game. SpUa were made by Anise.

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p SPIRiTU I. IDOLS IN HIGH PLACES!

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ABBY: I MW the bride'i shoe passed at a wedding j This Is the way the guests show their appreciation for the CLfR1LsfOMiQNI AVHMr hAt AtSTWMSNEV K'UK ITl.- MUSfC/M MUSEUM DREC1T
reception after the groom's belt man knocked the bride over I fine wedding dinner. Of RAKOwssto Sifff WILt. LOSE J/HANT TOv W/LLTAifE THtMUMMVIS ,
sat on her, took her wedding veil off and put It on the MRS. K., LOWELL, MASS. het 7ylt'f'ith!! HIS MOST v- (Sf6TAt4T !+ COMING HERE?
ffi , Ji groom's head backwards. I had no idea what WU pint; on, f I pf/R/AR *
SAWO 1gRM!! .
POSSESSION
but she looked heightened.. but the could have dreamed AGAIN.?
and neither did the bride, very DEAR ABBY: Who Hungarians
Later wo leaned It was an old German custom. This. was up the custom of passing the bride'i shoe among the guests == 9
at oar daughter's wedding. We told her we didn't want any. to collect money? It was all done good-humoredly and each \ Yrs
!' thing passed around to take .p a collection, but her husband male guest who donated money had the privilege of dancing <
took over and did things Ms way. We had !nothing to do with the bride. The bride's shoe was "stolen" from her, so oap If
with what went on at the wedding. Wa jolt paid for It. aha had to dance In her stocking feet And the object was
Love your column. to take turns dancing with her to keep her away from her 9o Y
BRIDE'S MOTHER husband as long as possible If they could get the groom .
'. 4 tipsy and wear the bride out, all the better. If you can't :
DEAR ABBY: Passing the bride's shoe b an old Polish see the humor In this, you don't know Hungarians! t.

r custom. There are other customs, too. My father age. 7J, ,i 1 A.. HUNGARIAN IN N. Y.I
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tells ma that years age a piece of the bride's china was set WHAT OL' DOC WHAT'S SO THIS TIME ,
set up against the wall and the guests threw sliver dollarsat DEAR ABBY: The person who was "SHOCKED" becausethe MA Z IT.A PRITCHART ALL- FIRED MC RAALIY
bride'i shoe was passed around to collect money was I JEST SEEN ME PAW? JEST BOUGHT MIRACLE 1 CKcoFFn J JI
It, trying to !break It. (The silver dollars went to the DADBURN '
definitely not Polish or she would have known the money A JUG OF MY ABOUT CK
bride and groom) Each nationality has Hi own customs. I've collected: was for the first baby's crib and clothes. This MIRACLE, COPF REMEDY THAT ? -
attended Greek weddings where candy wu passed la church, doesn't necessarily mean that the bride Is "expecting"butit's MAW
{ Italian weddings where they threw money Instead of rice at merely looking ahead.

o the bride and groom, and German weddings where the bride POLISH IV MILWAUKEE
;w was "kidnapped" and the groom had to pay to get her back. '
Instead of criticizing these customs, we should enjoy them. DEAR ABBY: Dropping coins In the bride's slipper orgl-
It', an la fun. nated In Yugoslavia many generations ago Only small coins
J.V.I. were donated as the object was not to collect "big" money.
The purpose was to have the groom match the amount of z Io w
i DEAR ABBY: Passing the bride's shoe to collect moneyIs money, and It was all a gift to the bride. It was to show U1 J
an old French custom. It originated years ago when the that the husband was not flat broke and could well affored
wedding supper took place la the bride's home. The money to take a wife. '
collected is not for the bride and groom: ills for the cook A SLAV FROM HIBBING I IJ V iU MANS A FMIGMTIR INCIDENTALLY \NOT A / .oMUMfr I
.-- '' wi'pa CONG OUT O* IT MR TRANSPORTING HAVE YOU HEARD THING, i 0,5000..
AND fi0,
TITANIUM TO ANYTHING FROM TRACY"s.
t %"I INTO PRODUCTION THE MOON.d i TNa HONEYMOONERS, THAT
TUB THIRD EIMCI COTO E-
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"'WASHINGTON Wa never would not participate in any "What about Blllle Sol Es- most up, but I would like to ask II( THINK '* i'1LfM;' / { > Y R telALLY STARTLE t
)thought It would happen, but we character assassination or vilification tes?" you !U you bad to campaign allover J THEY KEEO MWMM 'lit L'' \.i
had a dream interview with of my opponents, and If 'Nobody's' perfect. again would you do any OUT ON BM3UAC J
Congressman Bill Miller who Is be wanted this type of cam "Aren't you going to even attack thing differently?" I Too t.oNs t I
now running for Viet President paign he would have to get himself President Johnson about "I might have become a lit =

... E on the Republican ticket another boy." his television Interests in Austin tie rougher In my language,"j'j'Ii I
,7We: bad Just closed our eyes "Did Mr. Goldwater agree?" Texas?" he replied. "I have been criticized
and started to dream about "Yes ha did. He told he'd "
me I don't think President by some of my colleagues
making a killing In the paper do the gut-tighting and I could Johnson's business I Interests for not being a gut fighter,Ii
11 felt business when Mr. Miller stick with the Issues" should be debated anymore than land while I really don't know
ippeared.i "Why haven't you attacked the fact that my law partner how to fight dirty perhaps I
."Is there anything can do President Johnson's relationshipwith happens to be on my Congressional I would have taken a crack at = !
for you?" he asked. ''I Bobby Baker?" payroll. The people l ,
"" "Well sating as you're "First of all, I don't believeIn aren't Interested In this sort of it""One more question About
k@i here." we said "I'd like to ask guilt by association. Atter thing, and I don't believe hon- the Lockport Felt Company!"
few How do all Mr. Johnson cant be -- the vtr co* a o* lr T"WM acuvp SOW zMA .
J'' you a questions. responsible esty In government shouldbo Mr. Miller
replied MM-oSrX
"Nobody's MA.VM-T' eaT OUT Cf HER' aOr sa+E uNweSrely
r, you think the campaign Is goIng for all the people that a campaign Issue." perfect" MIV *MIVvtAH..Pur IAI : '* "' '
Of sues
', ?" worked for him. Secondly if I "What .la your political phikwophy roll MAAneIIROaR'a MAMT OM' | I UP OOIeN A COUPliI : I II IJ
t Quite well. I believe all the did attack Mr. Johnson the ?" Cramps Style I J. /

I candidates art sticking to the Democrats might bring up the My political p h 11 o sophy! LAGRANGE Ky. (AP) = /
issues and you dont have all fact that I was a director of based on my love of my fellow-,!I[There isn't much room to pray
., the name-caDing that usually the Lockporl Fill Company men. I may be running against too their skill yet anise prison r -
.. goes with a Presidential cam while I was defending the felt Sen. Hubert Humphrey for 'I en at the state reformatory at
paign." interests In Congress This President but I respect \'Iet'l+i LaGrange are learning to handle
: ."Then\ you believe personal would cause me to bring up the, point of view and feel he has the big over the read
attack en year opponents TFX scandal and than the as much right to his OPl l trucks. I
( should be avoided?" Democrats would bring upwmethlng is I h.vl.to mine." I The Teamsters Union and
' ?; -At all costs," Mr. Miller re else and pretty 'Didn't you call him a nsj trucking! firms Joined in the ver r
j i plied you'd have a mud 111 n g wing radical Socialist?" lure to teach a trade to mr .
, 1 ( "1 told Mr. CoUwatcr wherI match which Mr. Cnldwa'er 11101'1 ".!fKrVft" ...ut to be released from pet i
accepted the nomination thn ,I have been trying to "Mr. MtUer my drum is II! ,I on. _. .. .

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PulpwoodDealers


I'.BUSINESS -. ::::: To

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VI' .:.A .:t l Attend Class a

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Florida pulpwood dealers will
I Late Morning lay their saws aside and take

Readers' N. Y. Listing up a notebook: next Tuesdayfor
Request a production short count
AlllsCbal 23% IntHarv K%' at the University of Florida.

Alcoa 13ft IntNlck OSAmAIr % The short course la a
TIle ....._ sponsored
"' 45% IntPap 30%
.re '.e rWy",.CNkNly ., ,...Is.naa by the School of Forestry
'.:-.:: ::", TIle...... STOCK LISTINGS AmBrk 41% Jonea&L n% and will conclude Oct. 22. Participants -
AmCan 32
43% KalsAl % other than dealers wm
Heice,Wa1bem.1IDrpbqI AmCyan 01% Ken'cott S3"% Include representatives of natural .

AmMot 16% Ug&My MATAT '" wood and wood processing .

NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE franklin IJle 5T' 136,300 BeD Howell 27* up 2 66% Locn'd 30% companies.
AmTob 35% LorvUJard 44%
Great American "_ 121%! 06,500 Brunswk: M unch AmpxCp 17H ....'wa S3 Forestry and pulpwood eqlpo]

Abbott Lab __ 2.40 39% Groller __ 40 10,. Pacific Tin 13 unch Anaconda 54 MMM 50% ment representatives also will
%
Allied Gulf Life ... ....._. 52% 59,800 Studebaker Tlfc HHM be on hand to demonstrate new
I Chem _, 1.00 52% up Armour U% Mohaaco 13
Herft Jones _._ 15% advances In machinery for (the
Alleghny Crp 12% off % '
Monsto MBethSU
Amerada Pt _, 2.00 M% Babcock 36%
Home w _..___ M
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._ Industry.The
Tex Gulf Sul 11% off 41 MontWd 42%
Am Elec Pow ___ l.lSb 46% Kennasaw Life 10% abort course will star
47,_ Xerox Corp 12236 oft 7% Boeing 05% NatDalr 0536
Amer Enka _....... 1.40 67% Life of Fla _.._ e%" 47,200 RCA' 34M unch Borden 77% NatDist 27% with registration Tuesday, to.

4 Amer Home ____ 1.44 66% Lowes Company I'V.MiJp 44,000 Ford Motor 01% off % Brunswk: 1% Penney 60% lowed by a welcome by John

Amer M. Fdy ___ JO 19 Electron .._ 11 41,100 Korvette 40% up % CaterTr 37% PER 41Celaneao "' I.. Gray, head of the School 01
Mort Guaranty Ina --25%
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Armco Std r---r..,.. 3.00 72% 41,000 Autmatc Cntn 15% up % 00* PepCol. 50% Forestry. The program wIll
Atch Topka _....... 1.20s 34 Pacific Sw Air 30 41,000 Chrysler 60% off % Chrysler OOH PWlMor 79% proceed with talks and discussions
Schlitx Brew ______ '
41%
Baxter Lab JS 27% Secur Live Tr _? .61% 39,900 Sunshine Nag 20% off % CocsCola 4OV. PllIUPet 50%1 of current problems I In Rallying for Johnson
Beckman In _____ 64% ComEd 55% RCA 34 the pulpwood Industry such as
Southern Nitro ______
Beech U S _..... 1.10 52% Travelers Ins ._?_....__ 44V4 23%. AMER ACTIVE 1ft STOCKS KICK I ConEdto 05% RepStl 40% surveys, and findings of the Taking part In the Starke Democratic rally yesterday were (l-r): State
Bristol My ,.,. ., .,. .N 67V4 ContCan 4M Revlon 30 Battelle study of pulpw 0 0 d
? ?? ? Union Security t Inc _... 104 Rep A. J. Thomas Jr.. S. .:. Sparks, chairman of the campaign committee,'
Brown Shoe ... 3.40 109 DowChe 70 ReyTob 43% harvesting In the Southeast.
%
--- ? 107,300 Salem-Brosius 10 %
Universal Cigar __..__ 3% up Commlttnloner Doyle Conner, MM. Lucille Green, co-chairman of the Executive *
Brunswick -- _???... 1% 04,400 Mageln Pete 3% 36 duPont 273% StRegP 32%' Sun
up Committee I/mnie Futrh, alno a co-chairman of that group. ( photo
Campbell S ........._ 140 ,,36% AMERICAN STOCK 54,100 New Idrla 1% unch SAL 37 Seaboard 50%' UF Dept. Chief Sam )
I by Mcftarvey
Carter Pdt _____ 1.00 II EXCHANGEerojetCeai 53,200 Call Materials 1 up 34. EJCodak 129* Sears 124

Case J I _______ 21% \ 29% 47,100 All-State Prop 1% off %I Firestone 44% Sinclair 50 I. Honored By
Cessna Air 1.00 29% FlaPw 51"% Socony 0554
Analex Corp ____..._ 29% ODD LOT TRANSACI'IONSPurehuea Bradford Denis Beat Drums
Ches Ohio __..._ 4.00 71" Aqua Chem ___. 16 ____._. 410,040 FlaPiL 03% SouthnC/ 04% Horse BreedersOCALA
Coas S Gas Ford 11% SperryR 13%
33H Short Sales .
Aurora .. 3,423
Plastics _____ -
27% ?? ? ? ?? ?
CBS,.._....... ._. 1.Mb 42% Other Sales ., FrmatDa 12% StBrand 71 Dr. T. J. Cunha
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Barnes Engineer 20 421,031
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Comb Bog____ 1.20 32% ? ,, FreptSul 43% StONJ MFruehTr head of the Florida Agricultural
Butler Shoe -__ 11% Total Sales. _.425,050 For Hear Conner
Comsat Corp.__ 37 I Chromaloy __ u%. 33% Studebak 7V. Experiment Stations Animal Party
Cone Mills _._ .60 20* Cinerama PREVIOUS DAY'S 'GenDyn 39% Swift U% Science Department bas .... ,
Cont Air __" ._ .40 2U, ? ??? 4%. STOCK MABUTAdv.nce. GenEl 17% Texaco 14'4 calved the second annual FishIda '
Contl Ins..___ 2.20 63 Computer Scl ._.,_ 24 GenFds 17% Thlokol 13% thoroughbred farm By SAM MrCARVEY Tat AosesorJGene Long, Tax read a telegram from Cor.

Contrl Data _.. 59 Cutter Labs A __. ... 1654 _......__.__.." 536 GenMIUs 44% UCarb 127GenMtn club award for hla manages contrlHitlons San Stall writer Collector J. R. Kelly, Clerk of Farris Bryant and the entire

Corn Pdts .____ 1.50 54% Data Control ___ 66% Declines _+.__ 550 100% UnltAIre 37% to the thoroughbred' STARKE About 1.500 the Circuit Court Charles Darby Cabinet, which pledged supportto

Delta Air ..__._ 160 62% FuItAIII Inda _.._ Iwo Unchanged _.?._' 272 Goodrich 87% UnFrult 10% horse Industry In the atate. rallied-around the Demo-persons Slarke Council members, the entire Democratic slate.

Det Steel ....._... .._ .60 14% Gen Develop 4% Total Issues ....___.....,_, 1,351 Goodyr a% USSteel 11% Presently, Florida baa Ut cratle banner at fish Mrs. Ruby Johns and Ewe 11 Former congressman L a a
Jax Mlnit Mkts ....,.. ...._ a fry yesterday
Emerson El ??....?.. 1.00 43% I% New 196344 Highs ____._ 10 Creyhnd 23% WestgEl 41% I purebred horse farms and annual at the Farmers Market I Lawson Lawtey CouncilmanDave Green, member of the county
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Airlines __
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Mackey
Fair Camera ?__ .50g 25 H Mead Johnson .. .10 IT4 New 190344 Lows ?._._._ 2 GulfOll 90 Woohvth 21%.. I returns art pegged at. IS. sponsored by the Bradford I! Shuford Lake Butler Union City I' executive committee, was one
Fii'an'l Fed .____ .. 40Vi million. Attorney Hal Malnes. of the He reviewed
Pac NW Tele ...._.... 12' County DemOcratic Executive I speakers.
F>t Charter ...?...,?.. .971 30V4K. NEW YORK TIMIS MARKER AVERAGES, OCT. Cunha who has headed the Committee. ,County Sheriff John Whltehead. Democratic legislation, and told
Elee ........_ .
Philips _. 47
I In addition to those named by
M Mm Tat ItaMr
... West Fin __ 12% Animal Science Dept. since of the/ benefits received In Bradford
State A. J. Thomas Jr. .
Rep. ,
Redwing Carriers _..._. 10% number of other
Thomas, a largo
Fla E Cst _,__. 14% Hifh LOW Class Net It.'iO. was credited with staring County.
who of
served master
Rlc Croup ....._ 3% 111 as ceremonies and officials
arrived
Food Fair _____ 25 Reps' 1-M.S2 147.50 144.10 X the city county '
.90 23 Sperry R. WII light hone short said In his opening remarks Introductionswere Cost of the fish fry was paid.

FMC Corp ....... .__.. 1.00 59% :Suntex ........ :_...._...___ 0034 Mystrlola, "7.11 117.11 192.41 course at the University of "We're pleased to see made.after the by the Executive Committee out
Frito .... _... SO Stocks 52197 S17JO 520.25 Florida. Re
Lay 40 V4 was praised for
? such big crowd here It
Tampa Elee _''' '_ 27% a S. E. Sparks, co chairmanwith of funds paid It by the county
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Gen Tele _?_. ..88G3 35% Tech Measur _____ 11% II ills counseling: on nutrition In takes more than a little rain to Mrs. Lucille Green of the from qualifying fees !In the

P.clt _....__ l.00b 5m(TWA Wts ......_ 29*. connection with thoroughbred hold the Democrats back" current campaign committee, spring primaries.
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Getty Oil __._...._ .10g 21" farms In the state. The Brad -:
prlnclpalspc'aker.
Valspar ____ .___ 7'*
Grace Co __.... 1.00b 55% ? FLASHESNEW John H. Hartlgan, club chairman ord's own Doyle Conner state

lie! Curtis ..._._ .10 14 MUTUAL FUNDS MARKET presented the award to commissioner of agriculture, hits

IBM ...._. .....?._ 3.00 421 Junha at the annual meeting of responsive chord with the rural Alachua County Gets
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Affiliated Fund .__ 1.33'
lot Min C.. ??_ 1.10. 12 Capital Life G' _? 10.25 YORK (AP) AH I the Florida I Thoroughbrec audience when he said: I
Int Tele .?.:::_ .__ 1.00. 58% Divers Growth 10.27 leading-steels made small gains DOW Jesse Slick Avenges Hone Association. The first t "The first electric lights to
Lehman Cp .?;._ I.Me 3034 In a mixed stock: market early award of the manager's e 1 u b shine In my own home many Ass't '

Litton In ...........?_ 1.981 7534 Dreyfus Dividend_Shares._._...____. 21.47 3.12 this afternoon. Trading was Previous Day I 2nd Hour I went to State Sen. L IC. Edwards : years ago was put In by the/ i New Ranger .
? of
Lone S em _. ._ 1.00 171.21 Irvine.
21% Fidelity Caplt _. .. II.. moderately active. MlndusLM I Off 0.04 RCA. and under a Democratic
Marsh FJd __ UO 4934 1 Fidelity Trend _? 1990 Gains and losses of key stocks: 222.11 I Rails Tall 0.05 .1m1 1I.traUon." County Ranger Gene Branch daughter, Mrs. Marcia Pollmk,

Martin M _...._ 1.00 1834, Fund'tal Invest __ 11.13 were mostly from fractions to a -14.41 I 15 Itll I 0 05 FarmCityWeek Conner cited 'the advances I of the Florida Forest Service lives In Phoenix Art!., and a ,t
McG HID ?__...?_ .608 35'4 up made the national 1 I son William Is I senior at
Income of Boston?,?...??.,, '..70IncorporatecIInc point 112.31 by present has announced the appointment ,
Mead Corp 1.70 45% _.. 11.211 The steels rose Jn response to T" Stocks I 0111.01 administration and then added of a new assistant ranger for Florida Stats) University, ma.
Mrkd _-_?. 2.001 45% farther talk steel leaden 1,401,000 Volume MeetA "Often on Jortog In archeology.
Keystone K-2 ___ I.. among I 2460,000"pISTanS : we disagree on I Alachua County.
Nat Air! _.... ;;;..... JO 57%
; ; of Increase. thing another a oar ,
price or party
M a
Keystone Is Arthur
17.11I "The assistant
new
._.. committee beaded by 0
N Y CenU ,,. MM
.SOg
Keystone S4Ufa _...._ UI Big Three motors were weak was n scramble of but when the Republican can* here from
M. Davis will W"lbury.,1Io came
meet
Nia M Pow.. :.... 2.00 57 I DIorrownllI&
Investor ._ IU7 sa the strike against General minus signs Idate for president comet hero
Norfolk W '.00 131 to start planning observance Ft. Walton Beach, where ho was
Life Stock Fund Motors dragged on. The Associated and putt his arm around the
: _,. '.11I Press average
No Ind P S 1.41 82 locally: of National Farm- employed by the Florida Development
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-- Mass Inv Stock: _.,... 17.31 A generally higher trend .prevailed of N stocks at noon was up .1 which GOP running for governor, I Commission.
No Nat Gas 1.10 53% City Week begins Nov.
? It Is time to rally aroundour
nonferrous metals
Kaas. Inv Growth ._' 1.21 among at ..3 with Industrials up J, ay
Olin Math _._ 1.20 42* Pioneer Fund 11.11 building materials and electrical rails -up J sod utilities up .1. 10. Democratic: candidate, ,j Westbury la I native of South
Owens U 0._._. 2.N lot Puritan Fund :?..??_ 1.73 equipments.The The Dow Jones Industrial average The meeting will b, In the "I'm proud to say I'm a Demo,Carolina and a retired CoastGuardsman
Pac a E ---..; 1.00 32* Putnam Growth _. III possibility of a Labor at noon was off .M at i County Commission room on\ ocra t. The Democrat are good He li a 1M1 graduate
Pac Lttna ,,_ 2.40 M TV Elec ._ UI party victory m Thursday'sBritish 17117.' the fourth floor of the COUJ1.I l for Bradford County, for Florida of the Lake City Forest

Pac T T _...???....lJO 21% Value LIne be _"_.... 5.10 election and UkoU* Prices were generally higheron house and will begin at 7.30 and for the entire country.: Ranger School and was employed
Pan \mer A 1.20 2IP.rke % F.11I. I ask to weigh the Issues !by a paper company before
Wellington Fund U.G hood of aa Interest rate boost the American Stock Exchange you
Day __ 1.00 29 NYSE MOST ACTIVE: STOCKS If Labor won still overhung' County Agent Wllburn Farrell and vote for President Johnson going to work for the State of I s
P-nnzoil ___ 2.00 43% said that teat and the/ rest of our Democratic: Florida.
c.m,. Vet CIne Changes the market I,I Corporate bonds were mixed yesr's pro.
'f"er .._. ._ .lOa 50% "
; 221,500 Pan Am 21*' off .
r"lps Dg 170
lilt 146.500 Erie-Lack I* up U ,a variety of selected 1 leases Itl|firm. very successful and that It Is Thomas had been Introduced hla family live at the fire Lowe
fJ'arold _.._..;; .30
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hoped that Ihla- vmm -'--rv.- 1 b, Executive Committee cochairman site on NW Mrd Blvd. Ha an
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i Sv ????????..?? IM 31% M- &: aboutan Lonnie Futch who In
help bring his wife have four children On
rure' Oil _. ._ 1.00 01 1'% YOUR MOWTS WOR'IT'Private
? even better understanding turn recognized the following of. daughter, Mary Ann Is an en
nnir __ .._
1.00
? 61% of the role agriculture plays Into clals In attendance: I lnyee at Sears and another
tall _...... __' '.301)60
? ? t economy of Alachua Coun County Commissioner Russell Nancy Jane, Is a sophomore stCslnesvUle
r' Met .U 33* '
vn Thrive ty. Green, Sheriff P. D. Reddish, High School. Another Y
.. r'-h Merr 1.00 57 I I Enterprise

R C Cola _.._ 120 21*

Roy Dutch ._ l.TJg 50H I CROWNS iNKW: QUEEN
Sporle Gel _.._ .90 '7V4Sniier i.

____ 100 M By Sylvia Porter .
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S-nithKln IJoi Snu ear Ed 1.05 :3534 STOCKHOLM: Becsuso of her than In the U.S.). slon In order to mate more FairGrounds

St 0\1\ Cal _,._ 2.00 A cradle to grave welfare system ', Aa Lars Erik Rhunhotm, business prof Us to order to spur Levy County Opens
St 0II1nd __ 100b IS'" the longtime political. chairman of the Swedish Bankers more expansion and profits -
Sterl Drug ._ .15 21 inance of her Social Democrat Assn. snd president of and so forth. As long as business
nor
Texas UW _.... 1.20 1431Textroe party, Sweden la considered a Sksnduuivlska. ......., told I uses profits for expansion By BOB MEEKER the afternoon following the'qty officials, wss !hosted by the Sen. Cdwardi: officio

LtO 50 socialist society !by most Americans. "Tils to a practical goverunent i our country's policy to to encourage I So* Staff Writer grand parade, but built to Willlston Lions Club. ally opened the fair with remarks *

Pif Tidewater 31% This to simply DOt true; which understands that the best profits and not meddle WILLOTON' Judging a packed house for the crowning I The grand parade marched tracing fairs back to the
Trana W A _,,_ 4734 assuming yon accept the way for our economy to function much In bow business operales. bevy of M beautiful girls in ,from ttllllaion High/ School I time of Christ. ',
Union Pac: 1.40. 4434 traditional definition of socialism I to under a private enterprist Aa long as our system bathing suits got the Levy III Miss Cumuli Bowman as'through downtown Witllnton to, Pet Judging wu held outside"

Und Air L IJOb S3l'pjoul % as political economic system, and years ago B works, wo donl. cart who saw County Fakr and Peanut Exposition the 19M Fair Queen. I,the. parade grounds, led by the the entrance to the grounds;

/ ._._ 1.00 51% doctrine which alma at state shelved ambitions for national.terns tbe eider way at II .. m.eaterday. .. A luncheon for visiting dlgnl-1,,American Legion Honor Guard I with Sen. Edwards presenting
Jim Walter 27 ownership of the means of production out economy." Aa leadIng Consumer taxes: Sweden bite larks, Including: Srn. Eller t I the visiting dignitaries and Miss the blue ribbon to 7-year-olj
War Lamb .70 11% and elimination of the banker. Tbunhota strongly her consumers bard with direct Under a cloudy sky and atoraittsBl > Usher Sen. L. K. Edwards!Virginia R"t*, IM3 Levy County'('Sylvia' Curl for having her dol

Worthintn _._ 1.504631 profit motive. resents Iht government's control Income and sales taxes aa well sprinkles of rain the Rep. Joe Wilder, Levy County Fair Queen Tippy" best dressed
Xerox 112... On the contrary.' In ma. v ever credit but, soys he.Tbert as with Indirect taxes oa the fair speed to a light er crowd..commissioners and other coun-|I l, On arrival at the fair f IdWn entries. !

Z'nith _. 1.204 731 ways this most prosperous i la far Itasdifferenee be that those who benefit from the The "Cavalcade of Cottons
I Scandinavian nation protects tween JI'IIII government and'welfare state should carry a I fsshlon/ show played to a scant

OVER yoeat THE SAPS _COUNTERNew h"a ......... lid I private enterprise and profits ours than yon tMa*." substantial part of the burden crowd as throats of rain and
4.W r.Ii1W. -... MN.N far more than we supposedly issmM taxes: Sweden's tax of financing mo welfare ..... preparation for the ejuson con
N$,..ANN./NN. 4 54411111 01 the world's leading private structure gives aaany more Direct taxes en todrftduahamount tat In the evening kept many
1.7 .:. :-.. .: ::: --.0.--: .='enterprise ICOIIOIIIJ do. breaks to her barinesomen than to 11.0 per cant of Sweden's people off the midway. _

141 11-...WINS.. 4.41W INS-ISIS 1140 S1N11 fiUtarticaen an and s-cids oars dost and ... remains Crone II..... ProdwHagaJnot -. The show was directed ao4
'-I haft been the tttfllatag stories so despite the tint ftsrslhrsttoa 11.1 per coat here. b r narrated. !by Mrs. Pat r.lt.r.

Alice Land -..._...... 11% out of Sweden as recant yean, of oar corporation tax teas contrast, abed .texoa M bat: 1 Levy County Home Demonstration
Amer Fidel' Life R ... ......, atatiI&IcI ... o.....d.i15 t,1146 ad .to. err ......at to U per cant of I Agent.adlei from HD.i .

Amer RerQaga 2374Amer Sweden's economic. structure year. A awodtoh. koBtasaamaacuwTttooffllpercentefhto bar GNP acasMt 4 par coatre. i Clubs throighoiit| tile county
Mat 114 2171 wID be "less so. I modeled the 21 assorted pals

Amer Pioneer Life _, 141 I I ourYet, as we In the U.s. (' Monetary pofiry: Sweden'Cbatraf | terns ranging from at-home.
AnbeuMT Buck __ mil ., toward the fanas efItwtwe yon, write rf 160 per east Bank tea to recent i stack Nfl to evening gowns.'
Anodyne 334 lour on WIll a poverty and{d l s Investment wUhto five adopted srthodox an I Mrt. Feller said. she. to COlt

Citizens Bank: 27 menploymeat, the facts on how years and make rf.aeeradJruneats tory poBctoi and to otlng the fatal of a full hours when the
CoanUllPow1NCowles ... why. private enterprise ha wants with I. traoWonal toctetoata of High repeal performance to held UL

Y Mag A Pb __ IN flourishes In this advanced. these liberal limit Aay UJLabledwsto Merest rates and credit curbs L 1 p. m. Thursday.
Dunn a> BradotFlaNatlBas __ .1.% welfare state wiQ take en ... 1.-k.osmr beau bow favor- to fight Inflation.What TIle queen contest with the

Florida C. "'_ IN nasal aIpifkaIa II N. man,, to .....'. .,.. candidates dressed hi evening{
..a--- N PrtnIa tIIIrprIIt: Jr'--I Tba eawy of awy isyHsijtlraw tout rd tai ft a ""..... eavPJ.OMff gowns. climaxed the day when.
Fla Tele __ n bar of ew..toyea, trtvato.eerwo >.a615a vii be Ota ray -- ...... i Mies Wrgtoi .... with an ail
Forrest Lobe __ MIl .." aooonto lor M per Is law prnlt a ...., i..w sill from ... Usher, crowned
FoundtnLBsCotton 1. coat of Swodtoh ....,. ad t. rrMs dw. tlrd MadrepreepsfNy ad psfi15r MIll Cornelia. Bowman. IT,

easy II" .iiMjiHiHinmasiMM llie re.l gl. a be ere* 6344 a.1 peprbeeka i MJea levy Coonsy Fair and PaaaotBteaaklsa >

I ssdswMai. Ir1psMk alert ilia a pesaraa r I aB-Jdsn** key far MM. :
Crop owswrshto II lie maisrity. erase tsar. rid plwr kei3.ertr refetams today b a oven tile Ua asMal Levy c-t1

.. Waft the exception. of mm- togs tote dnehpthg W has. Hseag sbortefedM .. berrwttsndomer Fair will continue thm h Saturday .
:WASHINGTON' (AP) ne'tag Dsara baa bean a* swawrtant bring cantreto.I with a closing blghllgai,

Agrkafl-re Difsrtniiat baa rttpilrtsrgl mow toward swbOe ownersbto -The profltoaf awdwb bdnstry > etisoR hsw bens a trivia* Queen and CourtA the crowning of the junior Ore

the ...... cat-si '' asr ...... 'There to lossasssseUse. are aotpreaalie even todks Mid Boars* to ...... and. and king for IMC ?

alooneat at sU awavaai aowa.k .1' .*. 1 ..... .. ael .wssssel.. fan of tba oast of oar so widespread prsfHisrtig to thecoaMnsrttwj pied MlM Cornet-i ...... 17. awpU hot texas na the Uvjr County A highlight l tonight win bo a
k kdadng*jm acres as FawMa.iTba .... m Vast Germany or Bri.late etof w e l t. r.." TbswBowaetriasss. Iaiaifi7 bnuK- Fair and sV"< fttwitwn= Owe** for IfM at WIBfelMi ,,..n.,. Oho tofkrVel talent show scheduled si I p. axander

IBM FJartda .""'-C t MS. or Franco (and I wo ess-t Tkto to becswae ear sr sysfMs Meed of s rtvatt .I. r' fJ -.. ..:.. (left) ..... Aaa Heater.l- f' ,-.,.(..p the dim *f B. ..

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;,, F & P Peaches 4 canl 'I.
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LaoS Ko."" Cocktail 5 i..3$1.

P CklcS ,. 3. S.; ; $1. F&PBortUtt .

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Yen Camp's DtlblMis '" : Cream Stylo

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CANDIES Schlitz Beer . 6cte k 99

Libb/i Pineopple-Graptfruit | _
Mellowcreme Pumpkins .. 'M'', 29c $
Fruit Drink 5 q.r I PRICES EFFECTIVE
Assorted Mellowcremes 'i129c WIO., THUM, mi, SAT.. ; NUIJX 1
Libby'Rich'n Refreshing
OCT. H, IS 16, 17. W4Nabisco ;
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Peanut Butter Kisses . ::. 39c Tomato Juice .4 t::. $1. '

Bag of 51 Party Paks . "R.: (limit pUait)

Bags ((5c) of Candy Corn .. aotf-: 79c Gold Medal. Flour 39er-OenIete.CWt

Bags ((5c) of Indian Corn '::. 79c Lyket Family SI..Conned Cookies". 'X* 49'
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Trick or Treat Satchel ..... ?. 79c Beef Stew . 3 CO"' 'I Penguin Cookies' : 49
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Bag of 101 Candy T r'l t s... tT 79c .ft' 100* ....
.:. Orange Drink ;.i 39 Corn Oil ...............?_ .... 49'
C.In'mon H't Stuff ((5c Bags))2... 79c ...V ..... DiHiliMChili
Duncan Hlnn AUS'd.Layer with Beans !?" 35'AMMW'I
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BUY THE FINE FOODS PACKED ass't. inttrnaTional flavors I strained baby foods bouillon cubes sweetenerIN

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