Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079931:00200
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Y Khrushchev Resigns

MOSCOW (AP) Usually reliable wanes said today Premier Khrushchev's same was omitted tonight from an official list of
Khrushchev bat resigned. Soviet leaden.
'Leonid I. Brezhnev has taken ever at first secretary of the The Finnish television, which Is stale-owned, was meanwhile reA
Communist party, the key Job la this country and Alexei Kesygla quoting rumors that Breihnev was dead and that Khrushchev had
>jy, lWILLIAM bat become premier the sources said. been removed from office. No source was given for this report.
Then was no official confirmation (See MMTA Page 2)
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SEN. niLBRIGHT C. LANTAFF It's UF Homecoming Time a

Banquet Speaker Blue Key Toastmaster ,

B III Colorful entertainment and exorable march across Florida finishing touches on their colorful hour long parade leaves the
serious talk open the University all plans are still tn effect house decorations. ROTC Drill Field at 1 p.m. and

of Florida's Homecoming for the show to go on.' The Homecoming parade 75 moves east down University MMTA S. KHRUSHCHEV
celebration Friday. Skeletons of wood and wire units featuring floats and Avenue past the reviewing __
Here'sFriday's Although Homecoming planners stood dripping this mornjng marching bands and clowns stand to Main Street. Floats
crossed their fingers and while students waited for'. a will signal the start of festivl- and house decorations carry I
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L.I. .a '1'10- by .lea._ IT!. .P>* 21Account' I
watched Hurricane Isbell s inorea* in the lou d s ra put uio uei rnuiy 1 a t ternoon. m" a v v. .a'

1:15..Pande:Schedule OiaimsuilleSun

4:M. .Swlracapades
J:15. .Blue Key Smoker .w ,
tt5., .Blulltey Banquet'
I IN.-. Mortar Board
IM.: .Pre-Growl

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Fickle Isbell I

I Heads For No Funds In Nassau


N. CarolinaMIAMI Given- '

(AP) -Hurricane Is here and there but did little ," I
bell,.crossing up the Weather harm compared with that suffered .
Bureau, swung today Into a by Communist Cuba. '1 To Lakeland UCFLAKELAND
broad turn that aimed her 100- At 1 ..m. (EST), Isbell had 1 std y h 'e1 Mi; l r (

mile an hour winds at the North sped to a point 250 miles east .
Carolina Coast of Jacksonville near latitude !: ; ate }'tljel r x tattae i is t"1,+ i (AP-The) LakeLand -

An advisory at 1 a m. (EST) 302 north, longitude 772. west, Ledger said today It
said the hurricane was expected and was whirling north-north. learned that Hayden Burns,
to make a right turn away east at 25 miles an hour f Democratic candidate for governor
from land. But one and one-half Over the water, she was has no account at the
hours later, label had swung instead growing larger; and gale warnings Bank of Nova Scotia .In Nassau at x
to the left. were displayed from Cape The Ledger added that Burns, -
A still bigger turn then was Hatteras to the Virginia Ca..... Mayor of Jacksonville did no)
forecast and North Carolina residents Tides two to four feet above have an account of 11.2 mllliM
were warned that hurricane !. normal were predicted for. this at the bank as of Sept. M,. 1M4, rt .j
force wind and high tides section of the coast. the date o( an alleged bank ,
probably win reach the coast For several days Isbett lay' s,*.*tednmi. tshlbJM tthis.. .. .oil.
..,., this afternoon. .., ,south o f. Cuba as rainy .low-, by Burns'opponent RepublicanCharles I
l OeJe warnings and r. !bum-"- pressure trough.t When she Charles Honey el. Si. .Petersburg

cane watch were issued from wound up suddenly Into a burri-j .
Charleston 'S. C. northward I cane,' she thrashed very slowly Holler's statements iboul
through North Carolina. through Cuba's Plnsr del Rio Burns' alleged bank account
Isbell was centered at 1:30 a. Province, leaving four dead and and denials by Burns focused
latitude 31 atatld'tily, :r1r j err new attention on the race for I
m. near .longitude Immense damage.
775, about 140 miles east of .When 'she reached Florida,I the governorship
Brunswick, Ca. and moving she was moving fast and she al At a news conference Tues-
exhibited what he ..
straight north at 23 miles an couldn't have picked more desirable Holley
said were ledger sheets showIng HOLLKYHolley :
hour. Earlier It had been move route through Everglades '
? that Burns had II.t million
ing northnortheast.The wilds inhabited only by Rain or Reign
In the Nassau bank and aid
moved into the I
hurricane alligators, snakes and a few Talks
Atlantic after a fast Florida storm-wise Seminole Indians. University of Florida Homecoming Sweetheart Mary Arllakaa Ia wondering .If It Burns should explain the situa
crossing that spared the state And when she reached the will be rain or reign for her thta. weekend. Her rival.' Hurricane lubell had L'F of. tion.Burns
the devastation Isbell brought to populous east coast she was a flclala and Homecoming workers wondering whether the weather will spoil the big holiday count. The denied bank having refused the to discuss ac. Here TonightRepublican
Cuba. But she gave birth to tornadoes (See ISBELL, Page 2) which starts Friday on the campus. (UF Photo) Its affairs

that injured.39 personsin Burns said he would | Florida. bank Friday and ask Its offl- Charles R. Holley iptaka
Six small tornadoes roaring here tonight st the Holiday Inn I
clsls to tell any accompanyingnewsmen
like freight darkness trains and through Into afternoon the* Work ,Begins To Get JC about about which"any the press transactions may Cslnesvllle under the Jaycees.sponsorship of the'

night leading, whipped edge to out demolish of the storms house care me"to Inquire which Involved Hooey, who campaign la waging for a the determined ., i

and knock I
trailers lift roofs By CLIP I I CORMIER ed that the Alachua Bradford cat committees, composed of Holley was unavailable today aisle's highest office, will be a
over ears and power poles.The Son Edeeal lea Writer request will get Its approval. laymen and educators will be for comment on the Ledger's dinner guest of the Jaycees
mala body of the storm Joint committees from lachua: and Bradford Coun- "I see no reason for them gin compiling statistics to sup- story starting I:41
racing across the peninsula at ties began planning for a j junior college to serve the not to order a feasibility study port the need for the junior co). When Burns arrived In Lakeland His speech Is expected to begin -
II to 20 miles an hour, and two-county area in their Inl tial meeting Wednesday in J this month" Wattenbarger said lege. Wednesday for a speakingSee at about I ,.m. and the gen
mostly through an untracked: Gainesville. In the meantime the loSee( JUNIOR COLLEGE P2)i ) ( BURNS ACCOUNT Pg. II eral public Is invited
wilderness made a men of Between now and the first ofJUIW'1
fallen trees and power lines they will put together
a survey which they hope will BURCH CHARGES:
Strom To Talk determine the needs for establishing "

a two .year community. I
After ParadeSen. Junior college. -
,Dr. James Wattenbarger,' LBJ 'Covers'for Jenkins
Strom Thurmond South head of the Junior College Dt
Carolina's Democrat who Joinedthe vision In the State Department
Republican Party thai year of Education and his assistant
will (talk at the Gainesville Lee Henderson briefed the ,WASHINGTON (AP) Republican arrest of Walter! W. Jenkins a years-slnca Jan. 15, Hot-that
Shopping Center parking let group, which l includes prominent National Chairman lop Johnson side. Probe Ordered his lop side had been arrested
Friday afternoon after I.... .. citizens of the two counties' Dean Burch charged today that Burch Issued a brief statement "I WASHINGTON (AP) en a similar 1 porrenlon ,
Homecoming parade. at the Alachua: County School President Johnson "covered up on Jenkins' arrest, and Pmldeal. ........ bee order charge."
Thurmond ate expects to at .. 4 Board office. for SH yean" a morals charge said he would say no more un- ed a CMisble FBI lavndgallM Police records show JenaJM
tend the Blue Key Smoker and : Heading the Bradford group of ... drewmsuMce. was arrested again Oct T w a
Banquet and the Gator Growl "'.. "- was School SuperintendentelectTbmCaser. Shumaker New PresidentOf related to :lit ,.."..... ofWUle morals charge."Knowing. .
., as he must, ne
as a guest of the University ". ) New aids Water W.Jeakau. I
during Homecoming festivities. After bearing! Wattenbarger vulnerability of morals offenders I
The Sooth Carolinian arrivesat xJORDANAiItBRIEWi and Henderson the two com-, to blackmail." Burch said
Fla. Retail Federation '
Gainesville airport at 11:3s. Dittoes elected chairmen. Ill Johnson addressee the nation "the President should tall as ,
; After a press conference be L. R. Rush) Jordan dine tonight/ whether Mr. Jenkins was permitted -
win be escorted Into Iowa by tar of the University of Fieri Wilson's Department Store George H. SanoVfer of Ru The COP thief said he assumed to sit in on meetings of j
Mayor Howard T.McKamey. 4a Hospital was named chair- President Brooks Shunaker has therford's was reelected I director Johnson would talk the National Security. Council: I
nan of the Alachua: group. Guy been elected)resident of the of the federation st the about the case on nationwide (to JENKINS. Page S)
Andrews Starts realtor and Florida Retail Federation. (!See RETAIL, Pag 21SBUtAKEB television tonight./
TO FIND IT developer, was named to !bead His election came during the The reference sass to a I9 i
the Bradford committee.Dr. group's annual conference this minute campaign talk Johnson
WHERE Robert Wiegnun. Untverrity week In Tampa. has scheduled for I to ':31 p.ra.,
of Florida professor of education EST I tonight ever the Coliur'la
... Comica. . 9 was named vice chair- Shumaker. 4t, has been president Broadcasting System television
Cle.eifi.d..20.23 nan for the Alacbua County of WOaoa's state ML He network.
............ .. It (nap.Wattenbarger. was vice president at the state A Democratic source saM/ be ...
Cbeiwa.iea 0 2OsMnnPngn. told the bloc merchants' group !last ,.,. t bad no reason to believe Joint- 1
.. 4 \ ,'" ; ;., ribbon gathering they I b amid He Is a graduate ef Harvard son's taped speech would deal
.,...a .. 11.11 '. lot hope to get the kmior college and lea part director ef the with any other subject than nuclear ...
W....'. .. ..-. to operation before the fall Kational Retail MerchantAssn. power.
if 11M. even though K ... the ., director ., the Small Burch said/ "the Walter Jenkins
approval of the Slate Depart- Stern Division ef the national episode raises grave quee- .,
neat ef Education and the leg- Retail Merchants Mss; and la lions of national security which
Pigskin IaJataN tide.... a part chairmen ef tka retail only. the President CM and
Picker ) ( neJM attp awards getting ..... ef the Oalaeivlfle l m.-...... The story up t*
i ipproval of the buHtntliin, will Chamber ef' Camtterce.Became now le only partially revealed.1
Winner acne from flat State Junior I to CeensvlUe (ram ... continued:
Uhgn:: >MH when tt meets to Boston to ML vitro he was "President Johnson. who r.
(ackwvffleOct2EWsttenbarger associated d'1rI Warm TV talks about nepoaelblliiy. now r .7
._. SM Nf. 2 said be couldn't .'. tens Ce*. a department. a has the reeponslbfltty .. ea- m
spat. for the beard but predict atsrLTT plain" why be covered ip for IH JE.'ICKJNI 1"

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-..".,--.-. ,1 Gainesville Sun Thursday- October 15, 1964

PEOPLE- in the NEWSBriefly. I r' More About Weather Roundup ,More About '

.' A Junior '1'1
Jenkins ResignsFrom e, CollegeAlachua

I Page 1 From Pp;e, 1

County Supt. E. D. ship" In the plannlnjpmd development -

meetings of the Cabinet, and (pervert)" and on Oct. 7 this A Oonorolly ZONIO loir Mey, Nn1aM, Manning Jr., who will coordi- Dt.occHpltiBiial! cur-
,.,M.e '
otherwise to of Sued P i .y. rINjhoot. Mey. MVorleMo N 7a.Ca4 nate the work of the two com riculums. 'IT'
given access top year on a charge "disorderly
.... ..
.. i' "Ip4 tTllMorlH / NwNN N u. mlttees, issued workb 0 0 k s An obvious"neeJ I tor-trained
military secrets. (Indecent gestures). He forfeited WHMO M _
fair Itireofti FrMtv.Mlah eMy which will guide them in Jhi technicians: In nursing.and paramedical
Sen. Goldwater collateral both
Barry campaigning cases. .
May mH no. Lew toMaht I*
In Denver said earlier The Jenkins development may the .... Norm on* mrfhooM wMo Ito a- exhaustive study In their race fields exist! bcMachua:
II inllM' ear """,". against time. County with |he.University Hospital -
that he would have no comment carry political implications .s CPlrtly cloudy through
will Hospital
Their completed report growin.lIKJ AefVA
'at time" on the Jenkins the presidential campaign heads ,
any In the 70s. '
Friday. High today
be made to the respective due 1o..go operation,
case. into Its stretch run. Low tonight 55 to M. North school boards. The school ..Wattenbarger: laid; =
President Johnson, pushing, Aidestraveling with Sen.
and northeast winds 10 to IS
boards will then reque.'t the Electronics Jsanother! local
: :
his In upstate New
campaign Goldwater the
Barry Republican -
miles hour. .,
per State of Education industry d e m I'n tr.lnedmanpower
Department lllf:
York, also preserved silence on candidate for president, O ComldoroMO doualMio May.
Iii.air .
the case, which broke Into the declined to comment immedi end 55e1u5$ wish 5w M.wo 11110" to assign the request a priority- j
Hie. taooy 7t to 71 Low ten lent In moeM YNrr one rating before the state legislature In addltlbiTIo Hie general education
Wednesday night But In Clifton .
open I ately. Washington, Portly clouy on* warmer onto m
red's. Necf N n.nMNwMd.. 11 tii:.I. convenes in April, 1963. uxTvocatlonaljroursesit
Political leaders of both .
parties Whit, chairman of the Citizens .
li'inllet ,. .... .
.n .
1IIu crattMlt""M
MT it.'IYM. the '
ti "If
the effectof .. w legislature approves will also ba posslblOo offer
sought to gauge Committee for Goldwater .... ... -" .
the the Nov. .eu.A the request they probably will a range ot jdultcr litnd non-
development on
Miller said in a statement "the ; :: Law to:lghtlito GAINESVILLE WEATHER -
I election. Thus far there were effects upon America both na- N.M.. lNrth _.ot w_ ,II appropriate $30,000 for the first credit .course: *;.... Waitehbarger
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M mflce. atr hour.F Municipal Airport readings year of the biennium enough said =
statements.At .
public I tlonaHy and internationally can M I eloueV ttireuoh
Portly : for 24 hours to I a m. tod;. :
hire and skeleton
Denver when Goldwate '' wtth t"mo MaM to a president : 'ManyidulUwheiwver finished
be this
surmised at time. yl
only -' n to Of. ": High 7S at 11 a.m.,: low 67 staff said. e
: : Wattenbarger
was asked for comment on the I And,before the Jenkins reslg the ;:: northerly wMo to high school: traI:1 turn to ,
at It Rainfall M inches.
MIN p.m. said second of
he said "I haven't r.rNw. He In the year take he said ""
case, : see nation was announced Dean t rny chwe ffiroufr toaovleu courses, < : ;
account of It We've hid .. k the too OOt Low to. ALMANAC the biennium It may be possibleto "In Manatee
an Just Burch, Republican national 101 .1.4 /r1/Nad (.mot today ,. ... If .m. Countr-they en-
Intend wJMi Ma'NM awl, tomorrow ...... oil om.Moomet get funds to start some general rolled their
a report. I don't to com- chairman, Issued a statement u n to II mllei' Mr hourTfMFIItATUO.1 114 per cent e* high
tomorrow ......... lit om
ment on It at any time." that charged "the White House I N{SWMIDSJockMnvMW L rraw Ml Moon .................... Oct. MMercury education courses.W.ttenbarger school graduating classes In the i
the .....11... ,Jonot, today outlined the diversified t
Jenkins, it was disclosed, wa 11 51 Ill first year of operation. This .
is to
desperately trying ,
suppress Maml' as .{7 U tool In olnxwl directly bovontf mek educational roles that
arrested at the Washington s major news story affecting Tampa N 7.1 n lit N1anc. Iron It" ..rIft means quite 4 .:few who
YMCA on morals charges I In, the national security. AtlantaMowOrlooni_ .. II ... ) okMit m million milt*. junior colleges are tailored for, had dropped out previously Iy
:M .y does KfV TIDISFrlwy saying "there .Is no limit except ,
95J and again last week.A Later in New York a'White Nlyh. ot II:a Ian. came back to school he said.
New wee as ss ... ...... I. imagination and leaderebituHrjt.S-
soft-spoken Texan who was House aide was asked If Jenkins WitMnftonChicaie. 11.. 111* .. low ot ':G and Wattenbarger said preliminary -

u Army major In World ,Wa had sat In on meetings of the ems cue .7aN Y **' .MARIN. POUICAITAIT surveys for this area indicated
II Jenkins 44 and the father 01 p y OULPl NorHtooit ond norm there were already 300
sensitive National Security .... 11., w..If*, II to II knoll tonight, act Prkoov
-- six, has been associated with Loa Aie.1. H" Cloudy wllti occoilonol ran oneIng Alachua and Bradford students
Council. "I'd have to
Johnson rely on It"" M N .11 ",...." For funeral arrongomtntt. ... tunorolnotlcoo
:; ldent .
: pre Lyndon takes leave of Jacqueline the President since Johnson was memory In a case like this," he on this poaoBENME. attending Junior colleges In other -

Kennedy after unscheduled visit hut night. i congressman. His resignation said. "I'd not want to rely oa CURRY countiesBut "

Johnson was accompanied by Democratic senatorial! iras announced In New York memory." More Abont Bennie H. Curry, 73, of 502 county lines should be dis-

candidate Robert Kennedy. They spent half an hour where the President was cam- Jenkins' resignation and appointment NW 2nd Ave., died Wednesday regarded and Junior colleges ,

with, the widow of President John F. Kennedy. lalgning last night of Bill D. Moyera, Burns Account at his home. need to be geographically located
Records of the police morals so they are accessible to
'NOT GUILTY'f another White House aide, to He was a native of Levy '
BUDDIES division showed that Jenkins the most students Vithln easy
take his place were announced County and a member of the
President Johnson yester Former Gov. Foster Furole was arrested five years ago on by George Reedy White House From Page 1 Church of Christ. commuting distance, he.said.

day threw his arm around the smiling and apparently re' a charge of "disorderly conduct press secretary, at a news conference Survivors Include his widow Sixty per cent.of all college
Gardner Cowles But fired back
Democratic candidate for the lazed pleaded not guilty yesterday in the WaldorfAstoriaHotel. engagement, Holley prompt Mrs. Readier H. Curry; and freshmen In Florida are In Junior -

Senate, former to a charge of consplr More About Johnson was at the hotel III, publisher of the Ledger, met Iy: three daughters, Mrs. A. E. colleges and.the figure will
him at Brass Field airport "Anyone with strong enougl I
ditty. Gen. Rob continue to rise as university
Ing to arrange for a bribe to to address the Alfred E. Smith 'ennisl, Gainesville; and Mrs.
Cowles handed Burns a legal connections to get over fl mil
ert F. Kennedy Memorial Foundation dinner. H. J. and Mrs. W. C. admission standards"get tighter .-
be paid members of his executive : which lion Into foreign bank without I t Langston
assignment signed away a '
,literally and council in 19M. UF Earlier, when asked ..boutBurch'l also has Drummond, both oC( Chiefland. Wattenbarger Aid
any interest Burns might have It being known stron]I I
figuratively. at The former governor, who !Ia statement Reedy had in the Nassau. account to the enough connections to get i 11 t t SHEP DUKESPROVIDENCEShep I "Of the state's 53,000. highschool ,
Arriving not a candidate for office said said, "I don't know what he'atalkin and block further In.. graduates this year
Laluardla: airport From Page 1the United Fund of Lakeland. back out Dukes \
J he hoped his trial would be about"The Burns the statement. vestlgatlons," Holley said. 71 died at his home here Tues Florida State University will
early In signed ,
weekend theme "Gators Prepare announcement that Jenkins admit 1,800, the University of
held before of the '
election Nov. official
the afternoon day on had it witnessed and received He said that an : day afternoon after I brief ills
World's I made about 2,200 and University
? 3 so that it would "clear the a Collegiate ; resigned was a bind Nassau Bank refused to \
JoJinson! gave "air." few hours after he hospItalized $It from Cowles to legally ness. of South Florida 2,000 "
was ,
air. He said It had been "com- such account I
about ,
Bums any
Later He Is survived his wife
Kennedy and the agreement by
be said.
.Isthe with what
Another afternoon event In Washington I
mon knowledge" for months If "the account had not existed
contributed the $10 to the United Jessie Dukes brother,
hB> =-"Ue, ; one
first of two Swlmcspades was described as "extreme The others to attend
that "certain people have been there would have been M I wanting
He Fund. Dukes Gainesville
a warm greeting. grabbedKennedy's John ;
.. out to get Foster Furcolo or scheduled for the weekend. Theater atlgue reason whatsoever why the official college will have to turn to '
hand patted him on bull : other relatives. I
and, kissed Mrs. any prominent Individual." show features the Swim Dr. Charles Thompson, the The Ledger said on the should not have said so." the two year Junior colleges.

thehoulder Fins and Aqua Gators In an physician who sent Jenkins to of the assignment United Fundof Holley added, "The fact thai t: ROBERT EVANSMELROSERobert Anticipating approval of the ,

Keanedy. Then he shepherded .ihlhlllnn of ivnrhmnli-- a d _the__ _hospital_. told____ The_ Associated_ Lakeland asked the Peoples Burns is confident he has covered ., Ivy junior college;Alachua County's
them to his car, along with wKRAea K n swimming;;; ; based on a World'sFair toss n.his suffering Bank of Lakeland to determine School Board' Is i /
F patient was himself In Nassau does not t: Evans, of Santa F. Lake, died : now. In the
Mayor Wagner.the President theme. from "insomnia, tensions and I through "Normal banking chattels" put an end to the affair. There'this morning after a brief I process of negotiating; for the ,
.:All through the day Florida Blue Key, sponsoriof agitation," that he was "Just If Burns had an account are still many unansweredquestions I Illness. 'use of the old Post Office Building -

for. Kennedy.demonstrated He spoke his privatelywith support 1-K Homecoming, hold their annual worn out" from pressures that .t the Bank of Nova Scotia. about the activities ol The retired Gulf Oil Co. distributor I in Gainesville for post high

Kennedy for an hour In the banquet in Florida Gym- built up since Johnson became When Albert Key, executive Haydon Burns, and before this: lived in Melrose for school educational: programs,

President's suite at the Wal nasium beginning at 4:45 p.m. President vice president of the Peoples la over we Intend to ask them. six years. He was a native of including a Junior college. I Y

dorf-Astoria Hotel. p U. S. Senator J. William Ful- Numerous reporters received Bank, acting for the fund, triedto Holley has not said how h West Point, Miss., and a memo Following yesterday's meet.

,, right, D-Ark., Is the speaker tips late yesterday about the obtain the Information from came to be In possession of the ber of the Methodist Church.' log, the two committees: agreedto

CITEDtecretary 4 and former Congressman Jenkins arrests. Alerted by the the Nassau. bank, the bank refused alleged ledger sheets. Burns Survivors include his widow meet again Nor/18 in Starke

William C. Lantaff of Miami tipsters, who were anonymous on grounds the Lakeland said that a person he didn'tidentify Mrs. Earlyne Boyd Evan; a and Dec. 18 No place_was set

of Agriculture Or- I. toastmaster The banquet, hey checked ponce morals bank was not a "corrcspondin: once offered to sell him son, J. Robert Evans, Gaines for the latter meetingIWKERA..

l' ''wilts Freeman was among four and the smoker at 3:15: are a, division records bank In the United States. forged ledger sheets with Hofey's ; and a brother Leslie De- .;

paraona cited for distinguished traditional meeting place for These records showed that on I Told that the First National name en them. 4Kaib, Miss. .- -

trvlce to rural life at the National state and national dignitaries. Jan. II, 151, Jenkins was arrested Bank of Miami held such a !

Convocation ,en the Mortar Board, women's honorary at the YMCA on a chargeof position, Keyes contacted O. ROY PEACOCK : i .

Church In Town and Country. group, holds a buffet "disorderly conduct (pervert Eugene Rousch Sr., vice president More About CROSS CITY, Fla. Roy O.

-"Freeman was honored as an supper for the ladles In the )" by two police officers, and cashier, and Ellis Peacock, aged 64, died Wednesday INOtJCE :

ideal public servant (who has) Student Service Center beginning who gave his occupation as Clark vice president, at the Isbell In a Gainesville Hospi- _. "'. Jcu.

,.jKCiirately and aggressively at I p.m. Virginia Mae "clerk." Jenkins elected to forfeit First National Bank of Miami tal. He is survived by t w 0 ..r, Mil OINWI :M.w Funonlorrrtctt

.presented the farmer's story Brown, the first woman mem- $25 collateral. and asked them to get the 1 In- sons Roy, Jr. and W. C. Peacock for Mr. ImMt it Curry, ogo

ber of the Interstate Commerce On Oct. 7 of this year, the formation for the United Fund., From Page 1 ; three brothers, George, Jt MOO rofirM A.M. mifcKtn.on ..", reIY Nnr-e.,'!nlobe.Mid \1 ot,

SEA CRUISE Konrad Bloch, (above) Commission, .Is the records show, he was arrested The Ledger said Rousch Bill and Lenord; two sister, s IM4,.. ot rorrott wmiomiTHAmoj MONO uagutlint Clupol wim too '

y.Vndersea explorer Jacques a Harvard Professor and speaker.The gain by police officers at the called the Nova Scotia bank, little too far north to deal a really 'aulene and Beatrice; an d .".. Ourlil, will to In rail, Com.oltnr .

rtccard says he's going to ride Feodor Lynen, a German giant Gator Growl varie- YMCA, was charged with being read the assignment to them serious blow to any metropolitan four grandchildren.MRS. I or mo out
tbs Gulf Stream from the South received the 1964 Nobel ty show .Is scheduled to play to "disorderly (Indecent gestures and was told that Bums had no area. MARY SIMMONSHAWTHORNE Mo wvrol*, OIMO_..M-4M. M.. Cwry CHNII..K 5.Iedy Church Kill

Atlantic to the North Atlantic Prize for medicine jointly a standing-room-only audience )," forfeited $30 collateral account there, did not have one She did manage, however, Mrs N I.!?!,..'."...N,1w _M:N__'d., N

In his deep diving bathyscaphe. In Stockholm. Sweden. In Florida Field Friday night and again gave his. occupations there as of Sept. 30 and was not to leave much of the famed win- Simmons 53 f -
They shared the $53,121 beginning at I p.m. Raleigh W. the personnel si the Mary Edna o oauarMR1N5pry1Nra. Nrr.
known to
-Piccard (told a news conference "clerk. ter playground of the Palm rural Hawthorne died Tuesday ice, ... as ,.
prize for their discoveries Greene, Jr., chairman of Flor bank other than as a candidate "rtII ; 311 PM.
and Beaches without and
he wants to study the underwater At the same time place on electricity at Starke Hospital. M Ittr.fl}
concerning the mechanism Id.1 Council of 100 Is master a .1 1.1'
flow of the Gulf Oct. 7 s man Identified as Andy for public office In Florida with debris-littered streets. 11. : Church
I She attendant at Sun-
and regulation of cholesterol of ceremonies for the two hour was an with lid" R5L 11t\IJ1I..1JIIL.... I..
Choka W of the U.S. Soldiers Bums had hit what he called The worst of the tornadoes
Stream and pick up samples of land Training Center in Gainesville L. Porkor cwwuetlno KM.OOMIC. I..
and acid which ends with
fatty me. program a and' and conni- rl flora. Home, was arrested "the political trickery whirled out of the Atlantic and She Comolory
.ocean for the 11
tabolnm.! German. of fire- past years. WMOK lite d5.M1wO (MMM PunorVM
Bloch spectacular
The trip may take two born became naturalized display charged with being "disorderly very which Mr. Holley has r. i coastal city of 14000. At least was a member of the Methodist Mom M 1111-e.N. -M Du.,.
a orks. (Indecent gestures)." He forfeited :sorted to In an effort to fool and a were Injured, 20 wtw Owe fir rew.eL-s1Rld d'od'
months, said Piccard, who Is American In 1944. A Growl show Includes persons Church and the Woodman vein.. ocwe.r 135: Haf'u1 hl,. rasa,
pre of Florida. ... ,..
of the ISO collateral. 1 mislead the People house trailers were smashed. "It! 1111I.-" Du'"
attending a meeting Circle.
to the world. a pep rally, presentations of ,14 .araa5' apvft p Oaten
world federation of underwater he new Homecoming Sweet. commercial buildings damaged Survivors I n c Iud. her bus Swl r.tlrlne In l"WAN4

activities. He said he would LIKES STEAK heart and Mrs. University of and homes unroofed. band ritx J. Simmons; two I MA. ROS/RT tVj''lrun..al (

submerge off the coast of Latin Florida, a talk by Florida Su- More "It sounded like s freight brothers, John M. and W. F. ntlod NrvKN D,155:Nf Mf., 11OINf1 Ir GuIL.OII 1.yyM.Cm"Ra.y .-

America. He didn't say when. Mrs Barry Goldwaltr says I Court Justice AboutRetail train," said Mrs. L S. Chadwell Lewis, both of Hawthorne; will III 5ad .t-hy.A M. III 1 11
Stephen .
preme reds. October 14 iMit .WIIII. ..
her husband likes steak so muu I who with her husband and two three sisters, Mrs. Annie TMII C5ial eM
C:. O'Connell on the 50th anniversary '
4 R.\.' he could eat It for breakfast. wns-ln-law watched in terror as Sampson, Melrose; Mrs. LInnIe .U. I flame raoaurm. meurvkel_
of the University of wM wW to kt I minimi Comoioryol
; "But," said Mrs. Goldwatti. the twister tugged the roof off Crone, Pomona Park Fla.; and NI. .,. Mlotllllnl. Mr. Ivon l,
Florida Honor and
System; From 1 I wne llv* N act,. UM, M.d
with a grin, "he usually skip:I music by a number of state -their-;; U-searhome.! Mrs. Sarah Easter, Gainesville rla..54 October r; 1M4 lurvMnf
breakfast and has lunch ended I Elebash's Pensacola Fred Everything: turned dark Inc iwtmtort. of m. randy ore Mo .,-,
a light I high school bands. Pre Growl Tampa meeting, which ; Mn.' orUme 0 oy4 SIMM." Mtirow,
and a simple dinner especially, 6: 0 In the Stad- Tuesday. Green Bargain House, Inc., St. It hit Uf, Mrs. Chadwell said More About vine Fit' i, hit IM, J. loAert,,. saw Golne* f
when I'm cooking" lum. Other new officers are A. D. Augustine; John L. Kader, Wm. screamed for them to fall 01 .act....a a.bee Familynatem Leeiw loom net oeKtiko. ,
the floor when the roof started flewtrt .to. amlthM.unify -
It Paclflc C. Kader Jeweler, Sanford; Rokson -
Mrs. Coldwater was In Harrisburg Homecoming reunons begin Barratt, Great Atlantic "

nwy. to boost' her husband'scampaign i early: Saturday morning with I Tea Company, J a e ., bert Macht, Jordan Marsh Company coming off. NikitaFrom real, Me.rMc truce, 5er MI Aa.mra.ia.HT-eey., t
t for presidenLPORTER breakfast meetings scheduled I vllle, vice president; A. W. Hog. Miami; Harold D. Men- They were not Injured. 04. retire eeital **#m' ... will *JJ

't. by Individual professional fra- ue, Hogue's S-10-2S Cut Stores,. delson Mendelson's D e p a r Seventeen persons were burt l' Sad I* rH ot .II at M AM Jenoo-Jorman on ,....,. OctMer Funeral

ILL rnltles between 7:30: and('Winter Park, secretary; H. S. ment Store, Tallahassee; Harry '. Eau Game when a tornado Page Memo CO eel ale' D,. U. V Oerton.aeer ..
demolished a dozen house trail Flnl Preioylorlaii Owrch con.evKlme I
9:15 ..m. Breakfast speakers Conklin, Burdine's. Miami, tre. Rich Corporation Miami; Kt Mnrtcoo.
: I liirlai will' to WMr
Composer Clle l Porter Is It: Include Jacksonville Mayor and surer, and four. area vice John Roeenbhim, Rosenbl .u m's en. lifted the root off a church The unexpected exit of Khrushchev ....._ Caw.Nni lite d.....
serious condition at a hospitalIn Democratic Gubernatorial nomInee -presidents: K. A. Brooks Montgomery Jacksonville; W. Carl Ross.1.1Clrl' during services and blew I from the dominant post II.N.'i Jrw.Jam.w... w/M Mind et Raw.Maw.M. S C. UK
Santa Monica Catif \house across a road. Uon in the Soviet Union which A.a.wl p.k.wlN ee
follow. Modern Furniture Com :
Haydon Burns; Florida Supreme Ward Company, Tampa nterMna OcMtr .M net Aleclmo. I
Ing removal of a kidney itons. Court Justice Richard ; H. G. Brunkhorst Haverty pasty Fort Lauderdale; Melvin The twister ripped through M has held for almost a decade Omorai ftoooitol ...., uwt lilnou.IIMMONf .

Porter, 71, underwent surgery W. Ervln; Democratic nomInee Furniture Company, Jacksonville B. Smith, Fatt's of Tampa, and the town of shout 11,000 while was decided upon at meet- .... MAn IONA ,.. f I
the center of the hurricane ings of the party's Central Committee ..... '
was oral wrvlcei tar IMrnom
Tuesday night at St. John's Hos- for Attorney General, Earl U W. Moon Moon M. S. Stein Mass Brothers, ..._ aoeU.
el lonlane: TralMnt Cetrr
plt.l.WON'T'. Fllrcloth; and Slate Representative Jewelry Company, Tallahassee Inc., Tampa.Holdover about 10 miles down the coast beginning Monday the G.....",.... wlM' to note ol I M ,
,. .. ,
near Palm Beach. informants said. It was not clear P M. on i.d Onuil 14. ot
Frederick B. KarL and A. M. Prade, Scare Roebuck directors are' J. E. wkw"r C..A aim R,. ....
White House aide Bill TALK Miami. "We were all sitting in the just when the meeting ended. 5Miald D,_ .Nkdh.1/' Serial a.NM
The central reunion for all *. Company Blocker Blocker 4 Turnlpseed ..
m M Nmlp MM w wa.dnr e_ J
A Moyert., succeeded Walter members church listening to the preacher and the decision came. I, .
alumni takes place on the Pla- The officers are all Furniture Company, Ocala : --.0.
Etaey Merman arrived !in wiles the tornado hit* said Wilt C. JOMO Fawral Henw of IterteMn.
Jenkins Special As. a The Informants said Mikhail
as ,, Australia u of the Americas from 1:311: at the board of directors. Other Paul Brown J. C. Penney Company tlmniem wee tern. o* Jenvery
ilataat to the President 'Sydney, to open nightclub I woman member of the congregation Suslov, a top aide of Joseph 17. mi 'M a,iattwo County the. woo o
to It:M a m. Head Coach Ray I new directors are R. A. Belvm. Miami; J. S. Bum by I awmoar of ,... .
4: engagement and refused to of the Glad Ihe mine cuM tvr.
Wednesday night. Jenkins Graves speaks to the group at I Colonial Stores, Inc. Jacks e n- Stanley Bumby Hardware Com. Tidings Stalin and the Kremlin's chief .*.... meiKtwt at .5d family are nor
'I talk about her marriage to torch of Eau Collie.Norman F 11I J
resigned after Wash.ington spokesman In its dispute with IMMMK* at MOV
ictor Ernest 1:45 i: a m. and two special cite 'stile; J. D. Cason, Furchgott's.Inc. paay. Winter Park; John Chriso. Monti I treMero. JaM M. on* W f.
= police said he had I Borgnlne. tIoN will be presented during 1 ., Jacksonville; Alfred H. Chrlsto's Stores, Panama Communist China delivered the Leak. of Crew M.MhNe) 1, Helen.. .Mft.Ltanle ...,.
at Foma far*
been arrested Oct. 7 on a She and Borgnlne separated lINt short uroBrim. I Daniels. Burdine's. Miami I ; City; Vincent Fechlel.! Vincent'sS Is Top key report to the Central Com Itoootn et Mtireit a and Mr*

; morals charge. ,'a days after the wedding; I Politicians get -to test the':H. D. DeVane, Eagle's, Inc., Alt. Cent Stores Lecsburg; mittee. Oara ttntr N Oa.w.WMGairnlvillt

M thickness of their skins as the I Lake City; Eugene P. Debash, Paul A. Guthrie.: Ivey's el Orlando Pigskin Picker Breahnev, 57, has been regarded

I student lawyers present their ; T. J. Harrington F. W. for some time as KhrushelleY' -! ; Sun

: .Halloween Carnival Plans traditional skits lampooning I Woolworth Company Jacks n- Richard Norman 1441 N. E.17th successor.: Khrushchev: t

state and national figures! TIleskits. viUe; W. M. Hollis. Publlx Super Ave. proved himself king himself appeared to be elevating PL.bn.sM J nurnny cacaos

: Flans for the annual Halloween Participant will be divided sponsored by the John Markets Inc. Lake a a d; ,II the football prognosticstors the former steelworker into S_. and Suivfcy1 '?ern-

: Carnival, sponsored primarily ,I Into three groups, pre school, Marshall Bar Association take W. F. Hooten Western Ante :n last week's Sun Grid Ire t that position ', tr"'Dby: CarnMflat rria Gwnmvilto 101) rVib-S(

: for children by the'grades 1-3 and place on the Law College lawn) Supply Company, Jacksonville; 'Greenbacks football contest For the last two days Khruihchev. Jed Piece e ..iaiovJlorlda.

Gathtsvule Recreation Depart grades 4-up. beginning at 10:30: a m. E. Celia LJndsey, Belk.LaxfaeyCcmpany He picked the winner .ta ai' 71. has not been seen or end ........, en .Mea.d Gloss

: meat have taken shape, Ray I The most popular and best The alumni barbecue in the Tampa; A. U II., ,"7 r contest and predicted mentioned publicly. i manef-.ll tit"".ffw FlendtvCASIIII Pott ?dice 01Go "

.. Massey, director, announced.The decorated booths also win be Florida Gymnasium Is scheduled son, Adams. Matron Jertlers, 1 Florida victory ever M IIiIIi Kosygia 1a. has been a fiatdeputy I Tft

: carnival will open for awarded ribbons. from 11 a m. to 130: p.m. lac., Tampa; Robert L I$. as a De-braker, by a scored premier. He ran the govtnunent alCU\.UaoN IT

: business at I p.m. Oct 31 at I The mala sent of the afternoon Milks May Cohens Jacksonville t U to 7. Florida woe, el during Khrushchev's WM MI ..MAIL,.

.. Cjjy. Park, when booths begin Thus far, 12 orgaiuxal I 10 a shave the football game between ; Vas H. Priest. Van B. I:acne 31 to It request long tripe abroad.He I MOV. I Mfl.:

: selling their wares. decided ,to take part In Florida and South Carolina, Priest Company Madison; A. Norman win receive a check M M graf M .had da AflV 1st ;em..Mi..ia

.. The costume parade and con- the carnival by starts at J ,.m. oa Florida. Kpsctt. W. T. Grant Company, I or fM for his doiMMtrs... tend tn edvnwe.Meek. nelw

: test will begin at 7 p.m. Rib- booths sponsoring field. taps: W. M. ...,... Doag- I d pigska. picking siffl. French Reds at AMdlt 1'.o el

: buns win be given to winners A Homecoming. Ball on Saturday las A 11 e .. Pensacola; H. r.l1Dderwood. Judges were agala forced toasqueltfy c.n... .....

with costumes most beautiful Massey said other groups Interested night and Sunday morning u.dIrwoDd. Jew c several entries that A'reeolBtioo. of the central -- aNr.d M r -ear .al-

:, most frightening, molt origin- In having booths can breakfasts at the Student n. Inc.. Jacksonville, and rare not submitted Baste. 'Csedaa sine ClDlllmMd tile -_.ww -- N N.. N.1 aN ...

,:::JDnd most typical: of Hallo-! contact the recreation center Aellgioua Centers.complete the Gill P. Woodard. Wata Dixie CHares arts and urged careful readsagcealett ....... ay sen party si the w

for information. activities. SANDCFE toe, .....vIJIL c rI ifTaira el ...... I .r.4. -s. N M aM.wN.

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, Thursday, October 15, 1944 Gairusvill. Sun '

Johnson Pledges World Tension Ease IT'S' .:


NOTICEPenney's New Hark $tmr declare that i believe we may be near- concerns and interests of others Rave the United States a fieldof I Johnson !turning specifically
By HOMER BIGART fresh a time for further and both "danger and opportun. to the situation in Asia, said'
NEW YORK P r.slden!t I en world peace.These lasting steps toward de- "I will work for the growthof ity" that the struggles there would
tensions and a dimin- freedom and the survival of There is no longer!: one cold I depend on the will of the Asian
r Johnson pledged last night to ed by the arms race," the Presi man." war," he saId. "There an I people. He said that the United
portant new steps toward I troversy are said In his prepared text. The President slid (that the many. They differ in tempera. States would answer calls of Asians -

elected.lessening world tensions if he b I persons President who told purposes."I I -will always try to in consultation take those Chinese Soviet disagreement lures Intensity and danger." for help, and added_:_ TIME //T(

He used the forum of the Aired .. attend the l our friends.
E. Smith memorial dinner, dorf Astoria. lo I will expect respect for our ENJOY A
to hail the Improvement in Soviet to Smith 1 and our convictions. I GUARANJYFEDERAl
American relations and I for charitable offer understanding for the


Wilson's :: \II

The Campaign SNACKAT SAVE'

Gainesville THE NEW By OCT. 20

fI fI I Goldwater Says Johnson WINNJAMMERBAR I I torn return 3 by months next

Department Dtc. 31 -

I Causes Doubt and DismayBy I AND STEAK ROOMOPEN 4oWHERE 4/

DAILY AT 11:00: A.M.
ft W.B.RAGSDALE JR. fore he delivered the speech, In his campaigning Gold-: ,
HARLINGEN Tex. (AP) Goldwater said he meant rumors I water said he had found something 520 S.W. 2nd Ave. Octant of Fr*. ParkingCHOCOLATES '
Sen. Barry Goldwater said today about Bobby Baker's ties troubling the people of I I
there is "a rising tide of with the White House. America. i II
doabt and dismay. ..ail across -I
f the land" concerning the presl II
dency and charged President
I' Johnson Is "shadowed by suspicions YOU
which no amount of hand :
shaking and hurrah can chase
CLOSE I away."
The Republican presidential SAVEDOES
nominee said Johnson's "great
and good friend, Bobby Baker,
has been exposed as a manipulator MAKE
AT of high office," and the A-.
President's "name and office Is
linked with that of a convicted f !II DIFFERENCIHigh.
criminal, Billie Sol Estes"Goldwater
swung into south
6P.M.Friday Texas for a day of campaigningafter ,.
two days before large,, IN FAVORITE FLAVORS
enthusiastic crowds as he ,,i Chewy confection
moved back and forth across mode) wfolly of. or Returns
the Midwest farm belt and on to r +? coated with,creamy.
the edge of the Rocky Mountains ; w
J r ,r rich chocolate that .. ..
for a rally Wednesdaynight i you love to nibble
in Denver.In on Get plenty of
a speech prepared for his OChwebbed 4'/4%
I'1 first Texas stop In Harlingen 'lC
Goldwater returned to the at-
Ii October 1 tack on the Bobby Baker case Pee annum ,In cwrt :com.
the Issue he said hurts Johnson pnundH wml-anntMlly
most. He paired this with the t No Hiqhtr' hjrnt,Ah' In.
, Billie Sol Estes affair. I lion cared or Stvlngt Florid.In this....MC
Estes, a Pecos, Tex., financier draperies -;,
16the has twice been convictedfor '

I: The fraud.Arizona senator said the Ragularl 63"length 3.411, A '' ..t Safety, mAt
President"must be using every y r. GUARANTYIDaAL I
power of his great office right your Mvlnqi ere Inwrtd I Iup
now yesterday and tomorrow, Glowing acetate and spun rayon fabric is rich' Ie JIOOOOOO. Ait+h."Insured ,|
\ Allow to cover up one of the sorriest NAPPY V ly textured throughout Finch: .pleated( ; rAlly rI + S.fly" ''OL'I'' f
NOME m 10 han(.Decorator colon. ij ntncltl 'Imtilullon/ con I
rumors we have had In the na l: "
tion's capital. 3 srs5 M"toigtl teeeratar tVaiirtos ng. J W _3.77curtain J ,

In response to a question be- A. Iwz J ffor.Availability

I CampaignToo you, fund art .vxl'aII>,. |
, I Personal, foe yu tf all l| 'I'''......

Ike Charges ConvenienceIUAIANTY

Attend HPMAi ,It I
O Neon fork mtm,. cony...'..."" heated 'In|
GETTYSBURG, Pa. Formet -, + scatter uphwn Got/.YIII"/
s4i4 fringed rugs 210 H.rf Nate Ibid
President Dwight D. EIsenhower fr Parking
complained yesterday AA 75% cotton 25% 2IOf It.., ot luildlnd MDriveIn
Gator John, rayo"a Window
that: both President o nand >MG
Goldwater B Night DtpatHerf
Sen. Barry were
critclzing I CUSHIONED 4x6' RUGS % II -.... .
leveling too much time to -i __ You can with' ur by I
each other and not I r WIt" "'I/.,.."....t ..Ilu' ,..,.4 b.i i mail.', W. olklr and.00-.
discussion of ,. .., predate our af tow**e |
to ,
enough h. A .m. Nut i 7S'L' s.nu .
Growl ,issues" underlying the th'l 2y14+. 4..d 21% ,.,....W....... '" C ..
I lentlal campaign. t j f Regularly 69c
"This campaign I is more ..,,J; J: COLORS erew.. Safety :
/ personal than any I have ever I f' .) J '.", Iwo-Pete., 297 I PUNK CLUSTUSNM.IU
\ mown" General Elsenhower I ..4. ...., T.,. a MIX MllScracounMUKtfr

old an Impromptu press con-I rods Iw ..... u1... * { Terence' outside his office on the
{ ampus: of Gettysburg College s-T.-
'The candidates are" Just not Enroll I nun from can tt-UT.m /buad.tlerfL Rltt(mm lee 2-tt*. it r ;1 CHOCOLATE Bonn rwm2S' CIIIVIlI cI
I I debating the Issues.
The former President suggested 2rC.llAn 1 At CUAIAMTV riOttAL I Inuili
f that one of the Issues mr m I Tumtt MEitcMh ":*' WI wary. tffwt MlMrv
from 2t 4f*.Eattnda from 41-16" you reel hi < Cur[
hat was not being discussed toils vtCi.plsttl tnd Man I IHtt
..., how friendly
I II fu- as'&t29
satisfaction was the ,
II are of the social security pro SeIIctIIIlfr-.ESdsYN 5A phish cut pile rug j

Sears p-am. ......IZI DIAfnT NOOKS Zeilil at blend< 75% A Jf
I "'I believe In a strong social If...,rut,mteai o 2" as. 4. coons _33% nyoa. Tr M Remember
security program," he said, CCIIIIII"14. r ey rI"g tea. mi9t.au
'but I think it would be bad to mi Mmn IHTI ttnt ITWOOLWORTH'S.
put medicare under It. It would I *w' nocrr.. lei Wirt
I break it down because of the FOR AN APPETIZING MEAL OR SNACK -AYA/LAsIUTY 'C!(
wavier! financial \bad. But if i VISIT A WOOLWORTH'S LUNCH DEPT. 'UN",.. ta* --- I.
Penney'sWilson's re could have castrephk ill-
less Nvgram"added, it would be a better I ON THI SQUAll DOWNTOWN OAINISVIUI rrt j yl yr



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GOLDWATER for PRESIDENT Pa..tIse. No AWe.sse' r

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I. 4 CalMtvllle Sun 'Tliiirsewy.. October 15, W4Florid.


IthnezuiIkJOHN inn L1 FiuaaICANa 56ASON Pressure VIEWPOINT 1 n, .

.. NARuIIow see TilE
Pee/i .re Mr cowiii. vie Prwi. i't
.'. Beautiful. wAs SO JOHNSON via PreNM PoliticsBy
_.,. .tf ..-.. awl w. e. (ISIS SOUTH
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University City' td SlklOLI, vice rrnHint *M M.
uses .....- ... CI.INUf. ..._. '
By RALPH McGILL WASHINGTON The current presidential campaign to
mrar rnw Wlnkf riUOf
THE SUN'S POLICY .. ..-. ID*) Omni ." unique In one respect-more emphasis U being placed on the
personal characteristics of the candidates than has,T bold'
1 1. Report the news fully and Jmportxilly' Inh.. mows column. -
true in preceding campaigns. .
2. Cxpm tile opinions of *. Sun In-*ut only krvHtonol ,
3. Publish oM aides of Important conlrovcnlol '_I. A Parade Republicans are displeased because of the Implication that
Senator Goldwater would If elected, be a "reckless" president -

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 I while Democrats are unhappy because of the persistent

For The campaign questioning the "ethics" of President Johnson .
Perhaps the frankest statement on what Is. meant when.
the Republican call Mr. Johnson a "wheeler dealer" bas

I ,Federal Money for SchoolsIn thth511 just come from Dean Burch, chairman '"f the Republican -
CountNew e National Committee, who appeared on a CBS TV and radio

one of its last acts the Eighty- should benefit and because of rears I network program on Sunday. He said:

eighth Congress voted to extend of federal control over local schools. "WELL, I THINK: the big Issue that we are finally getting &-

Vet invoking the name of national York Notes The par- down to In this campaign Is the character of the
and expand the National Defense ade on Count Caslmlr Pula. President of the United States. In other words, -Jong
defense Congress has not hesitatedto
Education Act under which the federal k!'. Day was long beautiful, the people of this country have equated politics almost with
baa appropriate,substantial sums for I and marvelous with variety.It hypocrisy. They have been fed a diet of cream of wheat
government provided loans public schools through NDEA. It flowed down Fifth Avenuefor as far as politics. And now they are faced with one:'candidate

to college students 'and grants to now has expanded the program to in* more than five h o u r s s. whose candor Is sometimes mistaken for recklessnesswhen

specific areas of instruction in the elude nearly every academic subject When It was done about 100- i in fact all he Is being Is honest* the unorthodox pollilrlan. -

public schools.As .' in the public school curriculum.The 000 men, women, and children On'the other hind!,
of Polish birth descent
or .
we have the classic, politic '

originally passed In 1958 in suspicion is growing that pro. ing stands.had passed the review- THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST an the present Incumbent .

the wake of Sputnik I, the act pro- ponents of federal aid to education, Robert Kennedy, Democratic : "I think what It"Is finally J

vided federal funds to help in the by using national defense as a slogan candidate for the U. S. going to boll down to Is whether

purchase of equipment for science, and bringing in a few subjects at a Senate added a slight Irish Issue the people of this Untied
touch by marching ta the of Judgment -...
Stales want whose ,
mathematics and foreign language time, are attempting to secure a general a man ,
parade for a mile or so with "'
classes and to provide teacher training aid program that could not win Us new neighbors from Glen main attribute plain, sim. )

institutes in the same subjects. passage on its own merits.! Cove, New York. pie, old-fashioned honesty: 1

Congress this year added history, Sfrui Hark Ottawa icy of giving the NATO com- is beginning to lose its force I think that is our: greatest ('" !

civics, geography and English to the On the crucial issue of federal FOR THAT MATTER, the By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTON manders and maybe othertheatre because the "American peo advantage." _'
for federal writer, who is not a candfdldste Sen.Gold- commanders more leeway pie realize that the Pruldentdoesn't asbr -
areas eligible control of education, the subject-by- Mr. Burch was just
joined In the parade to using! tactical atomic declare war. Yet
water chose foreign policy as
how he would characterize
subject aid program poses a greater for a matter of three blocks, weapons. even this confuses the Issue. ]
the Issue of the election
primary President Johnson. He
The newly expanded act could help threat than a general aid program. marching with Poles from and he concedes that President Johnson believes, For the President has the "answered ;
now follows
correct what probably has become Under NDEA Congress dictates Newark. It was an Impulsive this Issue particularly what Just as sincerely, that this power, without Congress, to as : :-

over-emphasis on science and mathematics what elements of the curriculum act, brought on by the he cans "the outright lie thatI Into practice bytheUUntt create the conditions that can "Wen, I am not going :to

in the public school curricu' benefit and what elements do not. thoughts of the brave man am trigger-happy" his States, would spilt easily lead to war. President 'characterize the President as
who died leading a charge the Alliance, Isolate the United Johnson, as Commander to a man of dishonesty per M.
lum. The of the nation hurt him more than anythingelse
strength depends State and local educators who should
of French and Americans, States, Increase the risk of Chief, attacked the Commu- But the President !is a politician -
In the
just as much on citizens' know more about public school needs who were members of Pula.k Is campaign.He and bitter a major war, and probably nist PT bases in North Viet In the sorriest sense of !

knowledge of their ,government and than Congress, are forced to follow !'. Legion, against the British about clearly these angry charges that even bring about a reconciliation Nam when the Communist the term to my way of think:

their abilities to think and write where Congress leads. at the siege of Savannah, he would be reckless with the between Communist boats fired on our destroyers ing. He Is the wheeler dealer -

clearly as it does on their abilitiesto Georgia. peace of the world, and when ,Russia and Communist China In the Gulf of Tonkin. President the arm twister, 'go for I
Count Pultskl wounded be absolutely In the Cuban whatever Is good at the moment "
was Nobody can Kennedy,
multiply and divide and under. The details of curriculum with one sees some of the vicious
October I, 1m. He died certain who Is right In this missile crisis, had the authorIty disregard what you j
ads dramatizing
stand the language of nuclear phys which Congress may be expected to two days later aboard the paid Democratic TV fundamental dispute. It Is a on his own to decide have done In the past'-that

ics. concern itself can be illustrated by brig "Wasp" In Savannah this issue with photographs matter of judgment. But the whether to Invade Cubs bombard sort of thing. Senator Gold-
of atomic explosion,
a ''key decision made by the joint Harbor. He wu a mere 31 it is not difficult to understand judgment of the _Ute Free Cuba, blockade Cuba, or water Is consistent and he is ,
NDEA has made it possible for conference committee which brought years old. his resentment World Is against the Sena limit his demands to the honest That Is the way I

schools to improve the ,quality, of Senate and House versions of NDEA The Count would have liked YET RECKLESSNESS la Smatter tor's course of action. Even prompt withdrawal of the Soviet would dates."appraise the two can- to"t

science, math and language instruction together.The his parade. There were of opinion and even President De Gaulle, who Is missiles.
admired much the Republican Goldwater In the I
bands. so by Barry
Priests marched
through acquisition of, much House had wanted to restrict many along with 1 veterans' when this Is put aside,Gold-the nominee, stands In White House would have the MR. BURCH WAS asked'if J,

valuable equipment ud up-to-date ,funds for social studies classes to groups. There were grandmothers fact water remains Is that Mr.a foreign opposition to the present administration same power. He would be he didn't think that "wheel ..
training of teachers. Classroom the purchase of maps and globes In shawls: there were policy that not a single Allied ; In the Vietnamese free, on his own to expand log and dealing and twistingpeople's I

equipment plays 'a much less important and fund for English to classes grandfathers In tophats and Government will endorse orfollow. crisis, not because he the war Into Communist Viet arms to arrive at '
role In the subjects which have formal dress. wants us to try to Intimidatethe Nam, or force a crisis for compromise Is part of the
where it Is taught as a secondary Communist Chinese but the unification of Berlin or Democratic system and are
just been added to NDEA, but new for The Senator has not come desirable
language ( example, to children attributes in the
THERE WERE seemingly bee.llltile thinks we are not Germany, or support an Invasion
funds, particularly' I for teacher from Bpanlsh-epeaking families in thousands of banners aDd to grips The with Issue this Is not centralfact whether doing enough to reach an accommodation of Cuba or break diplomatic White House." His reply was '

training Institutes, undoubtedly can New York City and the Southwest). American flags as far as be wants of course with China. relations with the Soviet as fallows:

be put to good use in these subjects. ,The committee pecMed against splitting one could look In either direction he does peace and not whether Senator Goldwater is not Union or anybody else he "Not the way the President "

hairs the ; ; along the Avenue. to proposing to "go it alone" disliked. works It no, I wouldn't
to d ".... It adoptedthe.Senate's he wants Allied unity sustain
Proposals for general federal aid It is too bad, really that the he clearly against the Communists but say so. This might b a y e. r
:. ,proposal, to provide these celebrations honoring peace whether so far he has not told us bow HE PROBABLY could not worked In the legislativebody
to schools remain bottled up in Congress funds without restriction for equipment foreigners who came to this wants Allied that unity too and- but peace are- he proposes to get a single get the support of the Congress where he got an of his

primarily because' of arguments for history, civics geographyand country to help us with Independence likely to be sustainedby Allied government to go along for many of his domestic training, in the Congress:
over whether private schools English classes. are confined to our Ms policy of Intimidation with him. He has left the Impression economic and social pol- There is a gnat deal of

largest cities. It would refresh or the policy of accommodation that if we merely icies but in the field of foreign wheeling and dealing ant -
all of us to be reminded bv all take a tougher line with the policy he would be free arm twisting In the Con
followed by pres- "
I During National Newspaper WeekThis of them and to rememberthat idents since the war. Communists this greater show to take almost, any risk he gress. "- -. -

without them and the Sen. Goldwater sincerely believes of force by the United States wished to take. "But I think It is ,a little
French fleet, we likely would will in some mysterious way This is really the foreign .
that the policy of accommodation unbecoming for the' President -
ia National Newspaper week. vertisers have the time to inspect not have been able to win a with the Communist unify the Alliance, and Intimidate policy issue of the campaign: of the United States to- i
a time set aside, each :year during circulation victory. the Communists Into "who has his fingeron
eur- records. To obtain world Is dangerouslywrong. Not only twisting arms In Congress n
r which we might discuss with| you and report the facts ia a task that Caslmlr Poland Pulaskl March was bornIn He opposed the limited compliance with our will without the nuclear trigger" in because they are two ttparstr -= Z '
the merits the problems and thephilosophies on 4, 1748. efforts to trade with the war. the ultimate moment of crisis branches of the government' T ,
of our free can best be done by an experienced He studied law. But there technical and cultural missions though this is not an Insignificant -
press.During was a stirring for liberty in obligation When asked to give"Is'spsV: :: = :
to MAYBE SO, but the trifle but who has the
circulation auditor.That'
with that country, eo
Poland. Casimlr'i father and cHic example of' wBeeljiC. \: :: :
halt the U. S.-Soviet atomic of a candidate who judgment to direct policy in .
this week many articles brothers were leading an Insurrection and dealing and arm twisting :
testing above ground, to provide to change the whole inch a way u to avoid getting
why this is and the proposes Mr. Burch replied:
will concentrate on how your newspaper newspaper a young economic aid to the Com into such a pickle.Mr. _. 4 :
man joined with them In the course of Allied Policy Is to y ,
fights for right to know.' member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations
your munist countries of Eastern Goldwater, however, ther
uprising against Stanisl) au.. demonstrate that his policies "I AM TALKING about : t
We have seen suppression of the -so that we might furnish Stanlalaus was a weak man Europe and maybe even to have chance of being seems to be In a pickle most votes on the Civil Rights Blll ., : I
by exclusion of the advertisers with verified Information maintaining diplomatic relations some of the time. In heart
news press,, and whom the nobles treated with your Anybody who shows the least : 1
while we associate such censorship about our circulation. contempt, and Justice lay with the Soviet Union. accepted by the nations whose you may know he's right, but bit of nervousness about a ft

v Ith other countries it does in fact heavily on the land YoungCasimir' support he says he needs, and so far his Judgment on foreign vote for the administration, : I
exist here. Aa father sickened and HE FAVORS a more aggressive this he clearly has not done. policy has not been a very gets a call from the President -:' : '
a member of the Audit Bur- died of a fever. The young military policy In All he keeps saying Is thatit powerful unifying force and and It is suggested that ,

can a non-profit, cooperative association sun took command of the Insurgents Cuba and In Viet Nam, and Is s "lie" that he's trigger- In your head to have to wonder he should well reconsider Us :'

The barring of reporters from of advertisers, agencies, and There was one some not clearly defined pol- happy and ,that this charge position He (the President : !

town' council meetings, legislative publishers ia the United States and mad wondrous attempt made ) suggests that be has along I

hearings, public committee meetings, Canada, we agree to subject all of 10 capture the venal king memory and that if he ;
It failed. Young Caslmlr I I'h (the congressman) wants his -
and court trials Is in a real sense an our records to a complete and authentic I I
went Into hiding. A coalition district taken care of, and If '
infringement on your right to know. circulation audit by a memo of Russia Austria, and Pol- Voice of the : he wants to be oa the I Inside : t

To limit the press in Ita attemptsto ber of the Bureau's staff. and took command of Pol PeopleOn of the White House be' bid :

obtain accurate and factual information and. Caslmlr made his way better go along with be administration 1

is to limit the freedomof Following his visit to our office to France. There he sought program.'' : ,

information. the ABC auditor reports his find- out Benjamin Franklin and -- The Sun's Opinion Page* ------- '- -- What the Republican
obtained a letter to George dIair'I'I
man has described,
Ings. These facts are then publishedby
Washington. ow.. ed eee we.ss ee 1M eed.n ere wilnm i* H<. V te. *f tto PM Ie ....... Lettwre 1s a tactic: that Is not
} While this newspaper condemns the Bureau as our ABC Audit muM to sieved Md tow .... ......'. Mrw. ..._ .,N to .ifIIIMW M M-... A 'Leer thwM Outer I
such practices on the part of public Report It Is through this easy-to- IN 1777 THE: YOUNG Pole see .....d joe weeds sod MM to wnMM ee ..*. MM eWe d she ftftt. Peels MIM* to ...* Tto Washington presidentshave f
volunteer see MMtvw .... i4tM H .raMt wt SMUt sou M *.. -. .iMto.e ........ she ..#..'. .....l.sAnd w used It, toe. Many members
officials In fighting for your rightto read report that we make the facts was a In the ColonIal ....... of Congress have asked '

know, we could hardly do so, with. of our" circulation available to advertisers army. At the Battle of their political futures by refusing S
Brandywine Pulaski performed Which Bible read! A Jewish Bible Of what about Christ Ian //I
out first examining our own opera- telling them how much circulation to go along with administration
such feats of bravery that course this does not Include Scientists or Mormon Bibles:
tion and know full well that'WI In we have, where It goes how it the Congress proclaimed him For Schools the New Testament But why If there are a majority of which they disagreed policies! Bat with the I II

every measure practice what We ad was obtained and many other facts to command a division of calvatry. should Jewish I students be Christian Scientists or Mormons tendency to recent has

vocate. that provide a measure of advertising A few months later ,he EDITOR Sun: Many sincere I made to bear verses read to the neighborhood or been more and more years to con j '

value. resigned to join with Washington church people have been from a book they have been or on the school board. why me DM of public 1Mb Ii'Ii'done
at Valley Forge. Therehe taught la not the Bible! Oa shouldn't they require that
Let's take ae an example our relations received misled by ranting and fust- and governmental favors tokifluence
permission to organise the other hand why should "Science and Health" (the
the votes of si embers
with our advertisers. The mot Only publications whose circulation a corps of cavalry and fig at the Supreme Court on' Christian
Christian students never Science Bible), or of Congress. This hour
important function: we servo for can stand the rigid! inspectionof light Infantry. Its members account of Its rulings on readIng have the New Testament'of the Book of Mormon be readIn usually described as HdbhoB -

them is by providing: the circulation ABC circulation auditors are eligible called themselves P u laski's the Bible and saying theLord's their Bible read* Should the all the public schools est." but as merely"practk _
Prayer In publie\ l
which fives to their for ABC Legion fought" effectively In8aajfmentlln school board reading -
our newspaper membership. South Carolina. schools. But what Bible! Why require In short which Bible should cal politics. ,
printed sales message By this from a Catholic Bible If most be read There Is no "non-,
From there the legion the Lord's Prayer and not Many a political contrOwtor
token, we feel that each advertiser Just as we believe that complete was ordered to Savannah. some other prayer! of tIaa. ItUdea&I art Roma Bibles eenominauMal" Bible. doesn't expect any reward M
Catholics But Catholic
has a right to know an the fact information regarding the advertising There death came for PubsU What translation of the Bible metode 14 books of lilt Finally aku. the L. rd's a candidate be supports wtos

about our circulation before he is invited value of this newspaper shouldbe as he led a charge against! should be reed The Revised Apocrypha which Protestants Prayer is not a "110II sectar the ejection. But tare ere

to tell his salea story throughoar available to our advertisers, so do the British defenses. On the Standard version and sad. Jews da not hold abe ian" prayer. It Is a Christian many ethers die. tt takesa
day he died !the outlook for prayer. Why shouldn't t h e good deal of courage tare
advertising columns. we fight for the right of our readers the New English Bible bold a part of the Bible.. Why
the Colonial forces was dark., children be made to say the president to tore sea
'to be fully Informed regarding subjects The United States of America are based on the earliest and should they have l to hear Shema Yisroel instead? Or heavy contributors to a Booties .

Just M the reporter should not be affecting their interests.The had not UMU been conceived most accurate Biblical mano- Bible verses" read from the "Ave Maria.- Who would ] campaign, end to the

denied the facts on events or transaction even to the dreams of scripts, meet beea found of chickhadn't wbes something their churches decide which prayer to use if past the tontrihjtors lave
men. It was not to come until the majority of the school bees rewarded by sepstol
having public Interest, press M the recognized King James version was teach them Is aut part of the -
confederation mats to posts to be dtoto-
a effort board Is Protestant Or Jewish
neither should anyone with a legitimate medium for Informing the people had failed. made. But many people Lice Bible! But If the Bible Is going ? Or Roman Catholic matte service or to tte east _, _

interest be deprived of information should be given every opportunity OM thought of how far we the old fashioned languageof to be read to public act er to otter pasta
which ia essential. a sound to obtain the facts. Only after every have COM from that day of Oe line James. How de; schools, why s hesldsilCatkette l I thought Aastrka our ancestors fee chfl ..... Per does.. =:

,basis for Investing his advertising door dosed by a public official has death al Savannah to the day roe decide which trenslalise I HISJUIBJ ever get to :..eame to to get free there bee awof eealirrsf"a -:
toast? p hoes reagtose peneciiuoa and
dollars.: :- been 'opened to the press shall we down whim en the of to me. parade greet streets moved Vale Bible It realty tat 0 hear'of fee 14 books wblck (tot sstahltolsiil durchea et* Ms "...., let mating :

have complete freedom of In formal their cbun teaches them seems to bate hoes dime :
.. .. '-.1. .._._. ...... __ of the largest city si the most Bible What Bible should tilt oCe-
t1Aa powerful attas to the world school lain require to be are a part ef die reel ttble. PROTESTANT: about itIt :

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W4rHAYD0N" r NOTE Martin Luther King:. Hope "; "of A People j ; il

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IIIBURNS I ,.Nrui { was not My awake" KIng cried: red hills of Georgia sons abt f As a speaker King Is at hisf into his voice, and the people,put on your marching: h o. s,' f
I The 'I later It was"For a dream a whlll 1 and I "I have a dream . It former slaves and the a o n a othe best In the crowded Negro i hi the pews echo his words, 'don'tcha get weary; though the "<
tin Luther I' realized a dream deeply rooted In I former slave owners will txr I churches In the deep south like these he spoke In'' Albany, path ahead may be dark and II
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in an Atlanta ." American dream . I bav t able to sit down together at th( where the people are dreamingof G... two years ago dreary: we're walking for free-
ALL-FLORIDA GOVERNOR The where caller he had Dreams are important 'to :a dream that one day In the>, table of brotherhood. ." change. A trembling comes "So listen to me. children: don. children. ." ..?? "t

ft AM I ta. She told There was something of .. keX
visionary in the young Ne- ;
Just won the .
miniKtur who chosen
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.. lead a bus In The Jewelry buy today. and De-

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Montgomery a solid Nt" a part your :- tin

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r an him.undergraduate H e of More- the Gordon ayby
.. College In Atlanta where using Way nd
father was a leading Bap ., rgefil

: minister man In his and class then was at Cro the ,... .

I theological Seminary In frs
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d..TIlt chiC draw Elgin, hat a quart cast ol 14K the south C. ",",lint diamonds Accented by Cultured PMrt.I4-11 gold. 469'. ...."
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NO ;MONEY/] DOWN In 1961. Some observers C. 1-diamond"Ha It"drop In or ntineflnl h. 14k. gold .. 'R9'. .-..
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LAYAWAY NOW. FOR him 15 times as the D'.MONOMERCHANTS' AMERICA' ... i k
leader of the Negro "
In the United States GORDON"S .F: ,
showed respect for him .
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I- I 6 Gel sl"e_Sun Thursday October 15, 1964 .

IJ"" ; I Couple Exchange Auxiliary /Converse Freshmen 111 f o OfflEfl in THH f in in

: Wedding Vows Luncheon try I Ruth Weimer., Women's iditor ,!ml

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley W a k- The bride's- mother wore a 4 FFWC District V Meeting -I i
field were married on September -I blue silk crepe sheath dress. Changed ,
25 at the First Presbyterian The bridegroom's mother chosea

Church of Palatka wit i muted green sheath with I Fall luncheon meeting 0'' "Reach for the Stars"was the club activities In the space age ,J. Benton White. '
Rev. Al Reese Jr., brother of matching jacket the Alachua General Hospital program theme presented by were Mrs. Albert Huth,St. Petersburg Also Mrs. W. T. Arnett, M 1
the bride, performing the ceremony Following the ceremony, a reception Auxiliary has been postponed Mrs. Mark W. Emmel of first vice-president; E. Sinclair Eaton, Mrs. R ..!
was given at the Palat- from October 21 to the followIng Gainesville, president of the Mrs. T. Harrison, Fort La.* West, and Mrs. Arthur L e,
The bride, formerly Mrs. Ann ka Woman's Club. week. ,b Lte'ks Florida Federation of Women's derdale, second vice-president Campbell.
Reese Hernandez Is the daughter The newlyweds are making a Clubs, at the District V Federation and Mrs. J. Frank Johnson, Slats officers from t tb
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert their home at 251. NE 11th Terrace The season's first event will meeting held Monday near Junior State Chairman. Gainesville club present w
Louis Reese of Palatka. The Mr. Chestnut is be held at the Holiday Inn a Ocala. Gainesville Woman's Club Mrs. Emmel Mrs. C. B. Outs
bridegroom Is the son of Mrs. ently a graduate student at pres-the Thursday, October 29, at nooAn R ,, The Christian Church Conference report was given 'by Mrs. M. corresponding secretary; M
George P. Bradford, Apalachicola University Florida. orientation program fa Grounds at Silver Springs T. Hartman Jr., president.. Jean O. Mitchell, art dlvia ,.
and William T. Chestnut planned and will Include the was the scene of the meeting Other local members attending chairman; Mrs. Harold Ge I
of Gainesville. PharmaceuticalAuxiliary showing of movie films of with Mrs. T. K. WhItley, Senior were Mrs. Earl C. May, ner, Health Services chairman ::
The altar was adorned with members at work In the hospital. District Director, as chair- Mrs. H. J. Sabers Sr., Mrs and Mrs. Fred Heath,Historical
man. Paige PinneD, Mrs. D. C. Os- Committee chairman.'
and white carnations -
baskets of blue : State officers who spoke onABOUT trander, Mrs. Guy Fulton, Mrs. Gainesville Junior Woman s
I gladioli and chrysa MeetingFirst Mrs. C. E. Van Arnam will Club members attending were:
themums. discuss the scholarship program Mrs. E.' Alray Howard pr
Given in marriage by her, meeting of the Alachua of the Auxiliary II PEOPLE I dent, Mrs Eugene A. era -:

father, the bride wore a stree County Pharmaceutical Auxiliary Mrs. Robert Treweek, social w __ Mrs. Asa J. Cox, Mrs D
f length dress of coquette "blue was held recently at the chairman, is In charge of the Benmont Tenet Jr, Is expected Mrs. Doa Mcdaae. Mr. Me- Meaders, Mrs. Douglas '-'
silk organza over taffeta. Her,home of Mrs.. C. M. Cherry, luncheon. to fly here this weekend Claoe and their 11 month- Un, Mrs. Thomas P. H
veil of Illusion fell from a headpiece with Mrs. Charles Becker and from Washington D. C.. to join old son, Mike, will spend the Mrs. Richard L. Pettier e 2Jl-l
z' of organza petals and she Mrs. Charles Haupt as co-host- I Mrs. Edward 0 Byrne, president S Mrs. Teach and their children weekend here with Don's parents Mrs. R. Welty Shrum Jr. and !
t carried a bouquet of lilies of esses. A fashion show and a of the Auxiliary and officers !. N ii C,, > Lanchlla Benmoat TO, Mr. aad Mrs. P. K. Me- Mrs. Mandell CUebber,. 1 1KMette
the valley. covered,dish supper with husbands of the organization will Darby and Rachel, and also Claoe.
Miss Shirley Ann Mason hon of as honored guests were present plans for.the year. visit his mother Mrs. Bet- i- Keit !:1
Jacksonville was maid of planned for this year's special The telephone committee: will moot Teach Sr. r r
or. She wore a brown' dress, events: Home from the J. Hillls CHILD CARE
and carried a call members for reservationand Benmont, stationed temporarily Miller Medical Center, wherehe '
blue of yellow roses. Projects will Include 1 en: no cancellation will be ac :;::3.1; \;',. ,. In Washington with the was hospitalized followingthe Dey.Wook.MeHthOPEN ;
( bouquet William T. Chesnut Jr.(If brother ertainment of the students In cepted after Monday, October Three Florida freihmaa have the. dlittactioa .( entering U. S. State Department and PKY-North Marlon Ugh I 1
f of the bridegroom, was beat the UF College of Pharmacy. A Converse ,College, Spartanbnrg, S. C., as members of the his family left Panama In school football game Is Mae :I
sale will be hold to ... above br Atamaae receive'new a .
rummage 7Mh anniversary tl. Pictured. the June, expects to luring =
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man. Ushers wen o g Jehasea. son of Mr. aid Mrs.M.H. I
Coombs of Tallahassee and raise funds for the club's addition 27.Calendar Lounge, which holds strong ties for former generations of assignment shortly He J....... Gefer Growl :.
(. of Palatka. ( to the Lydia A. Foote stu- Convene sradeats, an .Miss Anne Conant, daughter of Mr. was director of the Agency Set. '.....1 GesM la'';
John Parkyn dent Loan Fund. This fund,, aid Mrs. Marcus Conant of Gainesville, center; Miss Margo International Development in Mac, PKY quarterback, baa ;
5420 N.W. M Are.MMM2M.7 -
legs In a cast and will
available for women students Smith, daughter of the Richard Smiths of Pensacela Panama.
'subscribed to state left and Miss Blair Blackwell of Dr. Gordo. w. be "at borne" for a number I
t SPECIALSUE'S pharmacy, ,' f daughter Mrs. Tench and the children of weeks IS
wide. Events Blackwell, president of Florida State University, .and Mrs. are living la the John -
.BEAUTY Officer for'the year are: Blackwell of Tallahassee, at the rllht.tffJIHeJ Mann house In Golly I e w.
Mrs. Cherry, president; Mrs. Lauchlln la attending West-
SALON Deli Robinson, vice president .TODAY,. October,II wood Junior High School and r

HIf.1 Pulld/.e' A'.h.' Mrs. Charles Becker, secre- Delta Gamma Alumnae I Benmont and Darby an stu-
lary, and Mrs Charles Haupt, s dents at J. J. Flnley.
442-1 MI Club, I p.m., Mrs.' Frank L. $
,.._saMi $f end Yp, treasurer: : Committee chairman Schwartz, 2223 NW,Uth Ave- S e
,1 Mil ...el.w. M.III..... Include Mrs Carl Johnson, tel- nue. T. Wade Harris .is convalescing -
With fl ."d ftO '.....clI.IIII. !phone; Mrs W. L. Cbpelan at home following a
SUI COLVIN. Owner crap! book; Mrs. Elbert Voss, Alachua County Unit AmerIcan FRIDAY, October 11 shower complimenting Miss 1 short stay in Alachua General
Lorolni thtnloon, and ourtesy, and Mrs. Earnest L. Cancer Society annual Wedding rehearsal of Miss Judith Beasley, bride elect Hospital when he was
,LucllI. Wilder, Optrotofi I Cam_ P"bell, .ruihllnlNr....... .1. meeting.' 7:30: Dm.. First I. Mary Ann Tuten and RobertO. of Grover Ford, 10 a.m., Mrs. hospitalized after a mild heart
: : Federal Bank Building Conference Smith'It the First Meth- Paul Frier I son, 3027 NW attack last week.
Room. odist Church of Waldo, 2:30p.m Fourth Terrace. I The Harrison's daughter,
sr : Buffet
Golden Age Club, 1:30: pm., supper following
Recreation Center.Caln08vllle by Mrs. Dale Drew, mother of
txi the bridegroom, and Mr. Drew r
Public Library, .t t their home In Waldo.I
Board Meeting, 8pm. Gainesville SATURDAY, October 17 .
Public Library. Wedding of Miss Mary Ann"aim
daughter of Mr. and )
Women's C hi b
University .
.Irs Burton Tuten Jr., and
t Evening Bridge, I p. m., Club- Robert 0 Smith, son of Mr. I-s
house, West Newberry Road. and Mrs. Dale Drew of Walt

League of Women Voters, do 7:30: p,m., First Methodist 4 Cycle Automatic Wosh.r
I p. m, Mrs. J. A. Humphries Church of Waldo. Reception
3450 NW 12th Avenue, following at Drew home In 4 CYCLES
Unit Meeting Waldo.
Brunch followed by bridal Fully Automatic
Gainesville Chapter 44 OES,
: 8pm., Masonic Temple. Mrs. Knight Lint Filter Tub a >"rt rQualiCraft

: Young Mother's' League Chosen Phi Mu Water Level Control I Model
I 7:45: p.m., Mrs. Joseph Watkins Wet.rT.mperetur. A-100
Mrs. Joseph Ward PresidentMrs. Selector

hostess, home of Mrs. J. W. Knight was elect- Giant Sized Tub $
So Much High Fashion- Harry Aylesworth, ,1903 NW ed president of the Phi Mu
38th Drive, dress dolls for Alumnae Club recently when Safety Lid Switch

1 FOR SUCH A LITTLE PRICE! Salvation baskets. Army Christmas Mrs. John the club.T. Creighton entertained RUSTPROOFCABINET

Shown our block and tawny gold pillbox, one of FRIDAY, October II Other new officers are Mrs.
\ M.[ H. Johnson, vice-president FINANCING ON THE SPOT '
a large collection of fabulous fakes I Fake leopard, ; reopen yet with a essddly
Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 Miss Dorothy Ballard, secretary Your Choice of Credit PI.na
fake mink and fake beaver in many, many styles Miss Winifred lack mode-append dip.oa, stitched a wbi"'.
a. m., Holiday Inn. ; Woodward
t pillboxes toques bretons cloches Gainesville Association of treasurer, and Mrs. Daniel The VARIETY STORE Smart young fashion awl fine quality make it a;

berets. Insurance Agents, 12:IS p. m., 'Keene, publicity chairman. pat viliM-typically QiuliCrafu yf QQCelnesville :
3.98 to 8.98 Holiday Inn.Carpet. Plans were discussed for ob- ON TN/ SQUAB! .
taming new kitchen equipment 7 S.E. 1st Ave. FR 6.534$
for the UF Chapter House
Ideas Mrs. Don McKenna and Mrs. .
Keene were welcomed as new
Carpeting In wall panels, on members.
window seats, even on furni- 8akethU
ture, adds warmth and sinus
ual beauty to a room. The
V wide rang. of colors in carpets 'ZALE'SGUARANTEES

made with Creslan acry- Sfteefhtf. Canter Oven Til fl P.M..
THE STORE WITH MORE lic fiber make It easy to coordinate :

1302 NORTH MAIN STREET jade, golden brown ava- =
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knows diamonds
few of the new colors .because .

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SATURDAY MONDAY I the* benefits at pncee that will be kind to your bat..... f J
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A Majestic| shine' ttts the Sky/I" Sold Afjvoittdwp, 9lM
reg. 1498.. now 10.98 SOlitlirt apart Iron I,I ol *. |4K C. Distinctive apron!.fm Mlittlrt. set.to hwriMt Mold <
2298. 17.99 $193 ( N** mod.m Mjtinj. Sat
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told rawer popular! ind 4itindn t. $299
PANTIES too CMraiftr IfyaufuJf"*Mv E, OKfflond ramose' ,tmo4 ..&. KAiM only delta lKhl4Koldwtt4 ""III >eM
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6 GoJnssvills Sun Thursday October 15 1964
with Lane College Satur-
In the Myrtle Avenue Ball Brunch
., League Presents "Pmoccu'o"Gainesville /
Paul did not know

the new up was due .
the sudden cool weather or BridgeBridge Junior Wellare son. "Pinocchio' has been pre- Archer., October :h w.: Hawthorneand
the fact that with their 24-1 League members will presentthe Finley Myra Terwilligcr, Kir- Ml anopy, October 27; High
of Savannah State Cot and canasta prizes play, "Pinocchio," for ele- by Smith and Idlewyld schools Springs and Alachua, November
last Saturday night the were awarded to Mrs. W. W. mentary school children of Ala- this month. 3: Metcalfe November 10;' Sidney -
are feeling like world McPherson, Mrs. C. F. Shewey chua County schools this sea- I Other per I o r mances are Lanier, November 17; Lit-
This will be the acid Mrs. Brock Hamacher and Mrs. sented at Stephen Foster, J. J. scheduled for Newberry and ewood, November 24; Lake
+ for the Tigers. Lane Col. Vincent McGuire at the UnIversity orrest, December 1: P. K.
Is a member of the strong Women's Club breakfast Yonge, December t; Waldo md
Intercollegiate Alhlet and card party Monday morn 4-H Leaders Feted Sunland Training Center._ .De-
Conference and it will be tog at the Holiday Inn. comber 15. '
first time that the Tigers One hundred twenty fiv The production is directed byMrs.
; encountered an opponent members and guests enjoyedthe John R. Edwards on.
; : ; ;; that strong group which I morning affair which was Chairman Is Mrs. William C.
; ; such teams as Beth directed by Mrs. S. S. Ballard [Ruffin Jr., assisted by Mrs.
College and Flor and Mrs. Peter Oliva cochairmen Jack Williams.
; : A & M University. of the program committee. W! Scots and costumes were designed -
: good showing in this game The continental theme of 1 Internattonal by Mrs. Jack Hadley
very important to the coach. travel and living and all costumes were made by
of Edward Waters College,, was carried out by Mrs. J. C the cast. Mrs. Joe Wise Jr. andMrs.
; a win or good showing I Dickinson and Mrs. James Ned Cannon are in charge
., Lane would give Paul I Richardson, who were In charge of props( and music.
chance to become a memo of the social committee. / J da The cast includes Mrs. William -
: of the Southeastern Confer Wicker baskets of flowers, N. Avera Pinocchio; Mrs.
Injuries from the Savan tapestries and travel poster
Jack Williams, Blue Fairy;
State game were down to'decorated the brick: walls and
:\frs. William C. Ruffin Jr., Ge-
minimum. Freddie Jones I and the mantel piece held accouterments -
1 a"tr'F prllo; Mrs. Richart T. Smith,
who was taken from of an oldfashioned
Wright. Fire-Eater Mrs. Gcrold -
field on a stretcher kitchen In Europe. CUstom
Schieblcr Sandwich m a n.
night was the only labeled luggage, used by Mrs
and Mrs. W. B. Stotesbury Jr.,
; who did not Satu"'l Robert B. Mauls on her recent :
drills Monday. around the- world tour and
i Tigers' defense came In large bon voyage baskets ol
J some praise from Paul as fruit were used throughout the KMdie Kort
; held the vaunted attack of room. CHILD CARE
; Savannah State team to a Mrs. John Baxter president
: ; yardage gained, and did of the Women's Club announced Dsy' Week Month
: ; approach the Tigers' goal: the benefit concert of Mau
; ; until Westmorland, with:rice Hlnson, soloist, on October le.Certificates. OPENdurinf
55 seconds left In the 20 at 1:15: p.m. in the Vnlver .
; ., broke loose on his 55- city Auditorium. Mr. Hinson L of appreciation were presented to thin Gator GrowlS
i line and hoofed his way to performing for the Cleva J. Carson trio of 4-H Club leaden for their work with the Ala- .t. Football ,IGe....
; Tigers' paydlrt. Memorial Scholars h I p chua County 4-H program. ThoM honored at a recent
; Paul warned also that Fund. banquet were left to right" Mr*. Raymond Gibson 5420 N.W. 'Mi A...
defense will be taxed far I of Forest Grove Mrs, Arthur Thompson of High Phone Z- M7
when'Lane arrives then Gainesville Springs and Mrs. G. W. Owens of Alachua.

; I any other time this season -
Fine Arts

Richard Puckett curator of Library
BEGIN ANNIVERSARY the! LcMoyne Gallery. In Tallahassee ,

Deaconess and Steward- was guest speaker at Board r'1"vRS1iiQ1'! j t tw
Union will begin Its tth la recent meeetlng of the Gainesville ,
at the Greater Be- Fine Art Association.Mr. Gainesville Library Advisory
A.M.E. Church today at Puckett discussed the Board has postponed Its meetIng .
I history and organization of the scheduled for tonight until
; Rev, Richard Daniels LeMoyne Gallery, formerly an October 22 at I p.m The meeting .
old house, which has been renovated be held In the Gaines
be the
principal speaker '
the occasion. into a modern gallery villa Public Library.
; complete with classrooms. ii
Board No. I will ren
q A
a very interesting program
I Friday at I p.m. 1
anniversary will coma
I I a close on Sunday.
members and friends are
I Rev. W. S. Whit I.
; Mrs. A. E. Wingate,
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4 CYCItt ..T 1 i
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October II
Linen shower honoring Hiss Water level Centre) Med..IWeter
2..99ter Dressler, fiancee of Dr. Tenperehses A-100 w$
McKenzie, Mrs. Harold Selector A wt 1v.
and her daughter, .c '
I Louis Chazell of Ocala Giant Sued Tub $119 ,

I the Bachman home, 12M Safety Lid Switch P ,
Ninth Road. ,
I October If RUSTPROOFCABINET ( J'J .r AQuallCaft

Wedding rehearsal of Miss

Ann Tuten and Robert FINANCING ON TNt SPOT pampers you with a cu.Mly:
Smith at the First Meth
Church of Waldo, 2:30: Your Choice .f Cradle Pious blink .U N|".Uptrr| l ..lIp'lIn.ltrhr,' In while.

I Buffet supper following The VARIETY STORE Smart young (..hl"n and' fine quality matt It s

Mrs. Dale Drew, mother of .: great value-)fli,ally juallCraft. yf OO6tl
I bridegroom, and Mr. Drew .
their home In Waldo.
October 17 7 5.1. 1st Av., FR 6.5348

Wedding of Miss Mary Ann
daughter of Mr. and :1 taieJU It

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: HAYDON VOTE !Martin Luther King:' ,Hope of A People.. -11!

: I 'ffrui ( \ 'was not fully awake," Kin g cried: red hills of Georgia, coos of As a speaker, King is at bis Into his voice and the peoplein put on your marching short; -
BURNSALLFLORIDA I The 1' later. "For a whllt 1 J 1 I ""1 have a dream . it IIII : former slaves and the sons ol I est in the crowded Negro the pews echo his words, don'tcba get weary; though the
I ,tin Luther I It was a dream, and dream deeply rooted In the, former slave owners will be 'hurches In the deep south I like these he spoke in Albany, path ahead may be dark and 11.
: ,In an ." realized that It wa I American dream . 1 have able to sit down together at thee ,where the people are dreaming I GI.. two years ago: dreary; we're walking for free-
I where he Dreams a dream that one day in th table of brotherhood. ." ''Jf change. A trembling comes "So listen to me, children: don, children. ." '"
II The caller are Important t 0 I _
GOVERNORP4 Acv." ta She told d There was something oj t ....
just won the visionary in the young Ne-

-, : lead minister a bus who. was chose The Jewelry buy today. I
FOR m cry, ]Man :
., In Decem-

: LADIES. H Montgomery e 195S a arrived solid 10.News Tbi. takes only a small part of your Pay. . :'

i (and for smart be-

j : an him.undergraduate H e of Mor the Gordon Way!
t College In Atlanta where using
father was a leading Bap- .
minister, and then was the i
man In his class at Cro-, '
Theological Seminary I D .... ir

1954; Pa.he left Boston Univer

with a doctorate,In syste
I theology., _The womaUNO 11
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values .::. f

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was to become his wife
an Alabaman who was
music. They met in A t a
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move to Montgomery was A. iMr WIlle' ... I D. Hamilton, 12.*mol., 11 t Jevrfi. .towlyI ..
predictable, Mrs. King N dlllllOllft, 17 Ma. .l. .. ,.0'' 3H .**** aoM ctM. .
So was King's Involve .. I........ IO. I,.., ....111I..:.... MRS"t ..,on.
In the bus boycott. 17 I.w.i.. .. ........" 11- [xeuisib 304Hm ......iItDft, 22 i Jowo
Montgomery, King re- ? ,ti1 .,it, 14-krt. SOW ...
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to his home In Atlanta Elfin .....
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Southern Christian : i4r
i Conference was I o rm e d f
with King as its presi.
He spoke often of the
e. Ornamentally designed/ 17-1_dress Elgin Kit of Gandhi
t wade lovely eipanuon band.,... ..:.
s.14Kgold case of this I enchanting lidy I Elgin and of the "nonvlo- ,A. Cultured Pearl and Blrtlutone combination ring. 10.k gold '19"I. a '
crystal..17; jeweli, draws band.:... army" he was organizing Newest modern 10-k gold ring with two Cultured....rl..,.. *24H 11T i1 ..
d. This chic dress Elgin bas t square cut ol 14K the south. C. brilliant diamonds Accented by Cultured....rI.Uk gold '69M \ ..- '
movement and fashion bind
|pawl precision army moved to Albany, D. Dainty Cultured Peer! ring Newest setting of 10-k gold.... *9** ..... I "
NO MONEY DOWN In 1961. Some observers C. diamond"Heart"drop In florentlne finish. 14.k gold..., *39** ......
Print tins tat (Uiu.._m ."end M t ,Albany but others was a say failure it played for ,. diamond Crow drop In : mounting of 14-k gold, 19" 'pf .... I
part In preparing 0., 1-dlamofld"Crow"drop In flortntln finish 14.k gold....<. 'SO1 A N '
{ r UZ for Birmingham H. Unusual design In a lovely diamond drop. 14-k gold..., *89N :?

'the time of Birmingham :. 1"
CIMTI"I was considered by many Send Mail' Orders to OORDON JEWELRY CORP. moll' order Dl. '' I
12 E. UNIVIRSITY' even the police vliionI12l N. Main St., G.JnesvUle, Fla or Phone 376-8446 .
I and the .deputies who S. o.\ *
LAYAWAY NOW FOR : him 15 times as the .... *
:ly i. I leader of the N e g r o A aaerv.4 14e.rws g 25" '
In the United States. S .

showed respect for him GORDON .. ....... ..... ".". ,
n as they arrested him. ""'" ..1........wsiIK g3
ELF were carrfrl, 1 not to J. t
;harm come to the GAlNrn'lllE'' T r Cdr
1 man S1opp Co M ..Ih t4a.rM :
in just a few years, had ==. s51N
SHOE become a dream for
of American Negroes. 1222 NORTH MAIN ST. Do e........ AIu.arnit. t1N.e \
WOMEN'S end TEEN'S of the 20,000 people who nesso........ .iw 0 \ w ., y t
9 A.M. 9 P.M. M. Thru Set.
on Washington In Aug Shop "
BLACK .....
1961, or who watched the Phone 376-I444
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Casseroles Perfect For Football Game Buffet

fl Having .i wonderful time it Menu for Football Game Buffet Casserole may be prepared I TERMITES
I the big "am' **-Home team winiWig -.. Hot Tomato Bouillon I ahead of time and reheated in+ INVADE
L a
four foucndowns' i /M
Beef en Casserole a slow oven before serving
Everything would be perfect Baked Noodles Romanoff I Baked Noodles Romanoff
.. now if there were a cook at I Tossed Green Salad 1$-ox, pkg. egg noodles
home preparing, the buffet tup. Buttered Hot Rolls 1 cup cottage cheese
.- i.., pei1 for.the guests you have in- Green Apple Pie with Cheddar 1 cup sour cream
.. Yi'tf.': ,, .".. Cheese %-cup grated parmesan
But even without a.cook, to- Hot Coffeej cheese
day's resourceful hostess does' Hot Tomato Bouillon %-cup herb seasoned bread
.!::,. jioUhave.to despair. Efficient r S tomato Juice .
cups crumb stuffing No type of home I* *>( from !ttrmtw. Th yI
:.;i..., Effia! 'may be .gone from .the I 3. cups beef bouillon 1 tsp. parsley flakes (I mb through crocks, through |font, aroundp
I.._. kitchen\ ..but the" !.lady of the f lemon juice to taste ,ti,' up ,into the wooden conttruct of your
Cook noodles according t Cartful and of
house has o home thorough tra'mnt 'e
discovered other I
ser pinch thyme ,
ground and foundation with tile r ght mfihodi
:: :grantsthat make her. life of en rT2 I. Heat tomato Juice and bou directions on package Combine and cntmlcoli, 'It "*>. only sure way M> prevent
.......JerUiiung just.as effortless.:: "' Ion. Add lemon juice and drained noodles with cottage the danger of ,."" ...
..;;,.-Casseroles! are"in" hex thyme. Serve in copper mug cheese sour cream grated Fall INSMCTION a' ISTIMATIS
Casseroles ari:our present- I I Garnish each with thin slice of
cheese. Turn into greased casserole
day "secret. servants" helping lemon. OIIDAI'IT
.:..:.y .Q .to.enjoy.pur.guests and our S Sprinkle bread crumbs
parties, too.Casseroles. : Beef en Casserole and parsley flakes over the top. 1 1I .
,\l';; can be prepared a b.y a lbs. beef chuck, cut In Bake at 350 degrees until Phone ONTIOL
::t( fay 1 advance or even weeks ., 14-inch cubes brown approx 25 mms., 316-266] etar'rtclLCeJ' .
.' *' I? in!..advance_ popped into the 3 this flour longer if casserole has been
'. t' .\ freezer and warmed while the 3 this fat refrigerated unbaked.. .
*' '
.guests gather. ) 1 tsp salt -
.ji: What. a wonderful substitute H Lip. freshly ground pepper
foryesterday's. servant! ',' 1 bay leaf
Tne "Taylorstone casseroles 4r Htsp. thyme
.1 pwiureomererare perfect foils 2 tsps. parsley Rakes
for our autumn setting. The i 6 small white onions peeled
j stylizedfloral motif of light ] and left whole
I : :..". fUnria god brown petals on Casseroles, Are Our Present-day "Secret Servants." 6 medium carrots, scraped
'I 'white background blends beautifully and quartered
t : with the richly colored casseroles are important teaNot only are the oven-proof completely dishwasher and de 1 cup celery slices
autumn leaves. chrysanthe-i I Lures No fear of mishap here casseroles a boon to your cook tergent safe as well. A special 1 cup beef bouillon
t mums and bright copper mugs while we are setting out the ing plans, but due to their exclusion manufacturing process makes msp. tomato pasta
Convenient bandies on the I buffet. Zircon glaze they are Taylorstone earthenware exceptionally H-cup red wine IJt
Using heavy pan brow n
resistant to chipping
floured meat slowly in hot fat.
Medical and cracking Transfer meat to casserol:
Auxiliary Plans Church It's best to keep a special Add seasonings, bouillon tomato .

Parties file of casserole recipes particularly paste, red wine Cover and
1 For PatientsDemonstration .
those the family and cook In 300 S3 degrees eve t
for 14 hours Add vegetables
on the life size first In a series of parties sponsored Circles friends keep asking for. Recipes and cook covered 40 more min
model, "Reusi-Anne" and a by the Auxiliary for patients are at your fingertips. utes. Serves I.
film on "How to Do Mouth to at the State Hospital at -- .

I.l2uU,,jleslfacltaUan". formed McClenny. This will be a Hal TODAY. October 11 f
"U program for, the Octobermeetingol loween costume party Wednesay St. Theresa's Circle of St
= theWomeo's Auxilinafjflft October 21. Patrick's Women's Club, I I I
-"the::Alachua County Second annual Baby SIUfrTraining pm.Mrs. Bruna LaBelle 411 I
:: 1 dtcar.Society Tuesday morn. Course given under NW 27th Terrace. I
;:!big The meeting was held in the auspices of the Auxiliary _. ---
-4he-. Community .Room of the
safety committee will begin I
I i3&uaraap.| Federal Savings and Monday at 7 p.m. at the J.
I t: Lan Association buUdll1,. Hillls Miller Health Center. Sun Want Ads t
t"*'MenSbers had an opportunity Staff members of the Alachua
;:"?to" trjTout:resuscitation procadares. County Public Health Depart- Get Results
.< Mrs. George Cowan, ment will be In charge of the .
3-auJilJary member who bad first lesson. I \
f -beer -...the University of SasTcelatwaa -I,- .
'::at the time the film I I &
Z wamnadt, identified several of j DON'T BEMISLED .. tlj i "
tberwon: and scenes for the'
All Weather :
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oreof.. Singleton,! !

J ., ;eII) _. (.:thesafety commie' WI CARRY A LARGER VARIETY hrrJ/.r e, Coats I
teof4frf Louie F. Hubener and
(,I "'"MraT:'Wiwfon> L Summerlin,I OP OFFICE NEEDS THAN ANY ,
*:wW 3nTchSrge of the pro-. STORE IN THE GAINESVILLE With Zip-Out Linings \
' :Igianc:=.. AREA. }
I Coll us and See.Il !
WhiCh,UJrcallable: for schools: I I II all SMSOHI. Somo with J
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:;'u;,;:d. Russell Sizes I to 20SI4.9S
Wttspn; rappm j W. IWvoriHy Aver GaMv/p, $.....
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., ."undo,, October 15. 1964 Goineii"e Sea S

HAYDON VOTE Martin .. Luther King: .Hope of A People -_1

I i 1 was not fully awake" King cried: red- -hills of Georgia, sons-ofis As a speaker King is at his Into his voice and the peoplein -put on your marching abort; '

BURNSALLFLORIDA The 'I': later. "For a while I "I' have a dream .. it i former slaves and the s o n s ofthe test in the crowded Negro the pews echo his words don'tcna get weary; though the
t tin Luther I realized It wag a dream and a dream deeply rooted in ; former slave owners will be .hurches In the deep south like these he spoke in Albany path ahead may be dark and 'I;
I : In an ." that it w a a American dream . 1 h.veI i able to sit down together it thee / where the people are dreaming Ga., two years ago: dreary; we're walking for free.
where he 1 Dreams dream that one day in table of brotherhood. ." if change. A trembling comes "So listen to me, children don children. ." ...
.. are important to
GOVERNOR. I The caller
f' Pa Adv. ta. She There was something or ....
visionary in the N.
Ij just young
.. _won_ minister who. was chosen
lead a bus in The Jewelry buy today.

you .
FORLADIES ., In mer Decem Y. ]Man (j;;:

', : !It He Montgomery 1953.a arrived solid la.New.Thr. takes. only V a small part; of your Pay. :

(and for smart be-

:t. .. an him.undergraduate H e of Mor. the Gordon Way!
r College in Atlanta where using
I father was a leading Bap- h\
I minister, and then was the ___ ::
man In his class at Cr- j! I Theological Seminary I III :: !

I : I IRT. 1954, Pa.he left Boston Unive .? ,

with a doctorate In syste V
; theoloffv.. T h. woman
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values '.,
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a. Ud/l 17/Imvri Elgin .. J
I- femininely designed with
bind. *........,,,,, .... '" IWORLD'S

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an Alabaman who w a a
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I IJ !move. to Montgomery was A. ......, AuttlR waleh wM I Ms ._
predictable, Mrs. King 5 tfilllMlMll, 17 MwM. ...... 39- 14- .....
So was King's involve- a .. ......... :
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in the bus boycott. r 17I euialt.,.rr..N .. .....,.,.... 811- [ ;3j
Montgomery, King re- }h i .It, ; .,.
C. 14dlaarnd, Sf art M41 wt 17
to his home In Atlanta. ,....., 14..... .... .""
Southern Christian Leader- _........ 144M
Conference was formed
with King as Its presi-
He spoke often of the
b. Ornsmtntilly designed I7tl) .dress Elgin h c h I n g a of Gandhi -and
1 ands lowly wpintlon band... .. /,?> DUOS Designed ,
c. 14K gold/ ease of this enchanting, lidy'i [, t and of the "nonvlo- ,A. Cultured/ Pearl end Wrtlutono combination ring. 10-k gold *19* -
crystal 17twtlidrtwbind.| army" he was organizing .. Newest modern 10-k fold ring with two Cultured Purl.. *24M s For the BridenGroomfi. -
d. This chic dress Elgin hn s square cut ol the south C. 6 brilllent diamonds Accented by Cultured Pesrl. 14.k gold. p69" ?" JI
l ewal l precision movement and fashion band. army moved to Albany, D. Dainty Cultured Peen ring Newest setting of 10-k gold..., a9.a ..... j '

NO MONEY DOWN e In 1961. .Some. observers! C. 1-dlemond "Heart"drop'In flortntine finish. 14.k fold ,... .3St" .....
Albany a failure for .t'
PrioH< flut tae gu..e.t/.w.d.nen. but others F. diamond Cross drop In distinctive minting of 14*gold. 19" a$ .
say In played ., l-diemond"Cross"drop in llorentlne finish. 14.k gold .... *39NH. A. ""
wM1 part for Birmingham.preparing Unusuel design In e lovely diemond drop. U-k gold .... .89.* M" '

t the time of Birmingham > '
J1 .t pm.'I : 1.
was considered by many Send Mill Orders to OORDON JEWELRY CORP.mail order Of- I
12 E. UNIVERSITY even the police vialonl." ) 1222 N. Main St., Gilrmvlll' Fli. or Phone 376-8446. CWtoraui1! l \ K h.HfFli i .
: and the .deputies who I ,,\ \
times as the -
leader of the N e g r o ,2595 '" I
In the United States I'5 : :.

1 showed respect for him a i..ws.s.s ...lased weddl.. \ ...... I
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ELF were car 'I'1 not to let
; harm come to the man G JNa'v1llE Cent a al a.ad. M .Mn 14M.r t '
In just a few years, had u sled ..roles rw,.......... 5r :
SHOE become i dream for 0U.
of American Negroes. 1222 NORTH MAIN ST. Do ......wYt. .............. 1N j
of Die 20,000 who a44r.st. _....... t& ,
on Washington In Aug Shop 9 A.M. 9 f.M. M... Thru S.t.
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1963 or who watched the Phone 76-844
FLATS BROWN on television, VVVI -- --w-- .:
CORDO forgotten another of King's
He stood at the foot of I.'N.Nrii : ,:
$266.red $366 Lincoln Memorial find .
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5i... < H 12. I end per eleU ..,...... cusps, 148
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: fhunday. October 15. 1964 Gainesville Sun 7
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t il Casseroles Perfect For Football Game Buffet. I

J Raving .a wonderful time i Menu for Football Game BufFet Casserole may be prepared TERMITES V.., t
I. .l g by'bur touchdowns? Y Beef en Casserole a slow oven before serving. Ct
Everything would be perfec Baked Noodles Romanoff Baked Noodles Romanoff J : v
now If there were I cook at Tossed Green Salad is-oi. pkg. egg noodles
home preparing the buffet sup Buttered Hot Rolls 1 cup cottage cheese
-,*, per forth guests have in
you Green Apple Pie with Cheddar 1 cup sour cream
'. : .VA! ., Cheese I, grated
? -cup parmesan
But even without a.cook to Hot Coffee cheese
day's resourceful hostess doe i I Hot Tomato Bouillon %-cup herb seasoned breadcrumb
I'.:.'" .riot have.to despair, Efficien 3 cups tomato Juice stuffing No typo of horn h acts froM tttaita. They
.?,.... Effie"may ba ,gone from th< I 3. cups beef bouillon 1 tap parsley flakes climb through cocks, through (onti, around
,. .w kitchen...buR ..the! ",lady. of, thiMwt I lemon Juice to taste Cook noodles according to plP4'S.' up Into the wooden comtructlort of your.
harm* Cartful and horouoN treatment of tt>
has discovered other ser pinch of thyme ,
'> I ground and foundation, with 'M right methods
-. -Vanta that make her, life of e.tertaining Heat tomato Juice and bou- directions on package Combine end 1 chtmicoli.' I It the only/ sure way M poem
........ just as effortless Ion. Add lemon juice and drained noodles with cottage tht dangtr or ttrmlttl.mil .
J-: ; w:.LcasseroIes are."in" thyme Serve in copper mug cheese, tour cream, gated INSPICTION a IJTIMATIS
Casseroles Ire-our presenday Garnish each with thin slice of cheese. Turn into greased cas
"secret. servants" helplni lemon, OIIIDA
,?",,? .W to enjoy.purguests and oui a serole. Sprinkle bread crumbs a' Sf
parties! too. 4 Beef en Casserole and parsley flakes over the top
cvvCasseroles can be prepared i \ .. 2 Ibs.beef chuck cut in Bake at 350 degrees until Phone o ONTIOL
"".- ;() .day advance or even week! ... '. "t: .. m inch cubes brown approx. 2S sins, 376-2661 atarat.utac..
j '""Rr' .. In advance popped Into thf: Jtbls. flour longer if casserole has been

freezer and warmed while. thguests' ........ 3 ibis. fat refrigerated unbaked
it gather. .. ..." ... 1 tsp salt
""J"- ." What a wonderful wbstituU H-tsp' freshly ground pepper
. .for. yesierdaf'.servantl! '.' ; 1 bay leaf
The "Taylorstone casseroles, 'I H tsp. thyme
__ plctureomerevare perfect foil!! 2 taps parsley flakes
J for our autumn setting. The 5 small white onions peeled
j ......stylized floral motif of lighl t 'J and left whole fj'
: SItnrth ind brown petals o n Casseroles I Are Our Present-day "Secret Servants.'" 6 medium carrots, scrapedand
"' : white background blends beau, quartered j'

t : tifully with the richly colored casseroles! are Important fnsNot only are the oven.proo f completely dishwasher and do- 1 cup celery slices
" { autumn leaves, chrysanthemums -, lures No fear of mishap here casseroles a boon to your cook:. tergent safe as well. A special 1 cup beef bouillon
and bright copper mugs, while we are setting out the, ing plans, but due to their ex. manufacturing process makes 4 Up. tomato paste j't
: Convenient handles on the i buffet. elusion Zircon glaze, they art'it .! Tayloritone earthenware exceptionally %-cup red wine
Using/ heavy pan. brow n
resistant to

floured meat slowly In hot fit. t
Medical and cracking. Transfer meat to casaerol
Auxiliary Plans Church It's best to keep a specialfile Add seasonings, bouillon tomato ,
of casserole paste, red wine. Cover and
PartieS' recipes par-
For Patients .
cook In 300 32S degrees eve
those the and
for 114 hours. Add vegetable
Demonstration on the life size, first In a series of parties sponsored Circles friends keep asking for. Recipes and cook covered 40 more min-
model "Reusi-Anne" and a I by the Auxiliary for pa are at your fingertips. utes. Serves (.
film on "How to Do Mouth toMflUUuJUsiWitttton I Vents at the State Hospital at er'
'' formed I McClenny. This will be a Hal- TODAY October IS
jjjh -' program for the OctoberMeeting lowness costume party Wednesday St. Theresa's Circle of St.
= ef the- Women's Auxil- October 21. Patrick's Women's Club I
::.Tiff.aAJachua: County Second annual Baby Sitter p.m., Mrs. Bruna LaBelle 418
:: Tel tearSociety Tuesday mom training Course given under NW 27th Terrace.
I rrtngc.The; meeting was held In the auspices of the Auxiliary -- '
1 --Community Room of the
safety committee, will begin '
iTXiiaraafai."Federal Savings and Monday at 7 p.m. at the J. t.1t/ .
I ;loan"Association building. Hillis Miller Health Center. Sun Want Ads ?
?"* 'UenSben bad an opportunity Staff members of the Alachua s

,':-to" tty out resuscitation proceJores. County Public Health Get Results 1 I It
'*,- .' Mrs George Cowan, ment will be in charge DeJNIrt-J
3-auxflJary member who bad first lesson. I
f ...-leen.....the University of Sa. r-- .
:'"1.1GLi..at: the time the (WntivaEbtadL &
:: Identified several of DON'T BEMISLED ''I iI iMr.
*" UmetDfl: and scenes for the t

;"A .-. ... -- i All Weather
".- Mrs George T. Singleton,, .
S' chaJrniajfDf_the_ safety commieteeritrs -1 WI CARRY A LARGER VARIETYOF Coats
Louie F. Hubener
I and
--:-MrsT.Vihstoa, L. Summerlin,i OFFICE NEEDS THAN ANY r,
Zip-Out LiningsTrue
wert3nTciIrge of the proof : :
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Call .nd See!
::" ::1t1 CZbbdngs the, .film,I Mi ell westherD.N for I
rifWch.lureallable for. schoolss11d.c1CJcorganlattlobs I i all ........ Some with
1 r : : are I 1L ettech quilt lined

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COATS '/ !

Wo' e> never ned sushi OFF I
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I + Fees end ..e-h. .M a.r cent liheraJ drrldendeMte
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In 't. mehinf y.., ...... odd ., .....,. The .
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f hew t* MV. t* nwk Jell' money reallyerew.
_". TW first words ire up re ye.. CMM

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8 Gainesville Sun Thursday, October 1 S, 1964 'fl

i r'By Josephine LowmanEi: Bridge Club Notes I

Why/ Grow Of JUHiN. &0. UMTS: second with iw, another score
Y, I Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Andersonwere which exceeded the best North- 1I!
the North South winners South game. Mrs. W.T. Zeanah
I In the twelve table charity and Jay A. Jones Jr. took third
j I game held on Monday eveningat place with 141, and Mrs. R. M.
Old? the Recreation Center. They Walbeck and M. E. Valk cameIn 90th"i
I garnered 152U match points, fourth with 135.
whereas 132 was the average
Dieting Wife Needn't score for all pairs. Delta Gamma
Mrs. J. A. Jones Jr. and the
writer came in second with Alumnae ClubMrs.
Have Starved HusbandA
ISOVi, Mrs. F. J. Hotter and 1.1 Frank L. Schwartz wiil
.1 M. Holzman were third with 143 be hostess to the Delta Gamma
i{ few days ago a friend of twenty. and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Robbins Alumnae Club tonight at 8 In
uy trimmings i mean s u ci b took fourth place with 135. her home, 2223 NW 11th Avenue WILSON'S IS OPEN
:t items as gravy, sauces, whipped for business session and
Mrs. H. R. Warfel and Mrs. & TONIGHT TIL 9:00:
I cream, Jams and Jellies Joe Moss led the East > West social hour. a
r and desserts, and rich s a I ad alumna In the cityor !
field with the best score of the Any new
!1 dressings. You can use less but- Is invitedto TOMOIIOGROWLH I
evening 187ft Mrs. J. F. Whar- surrounding area
ter or margarine than he. You ton and Mrs. W. E. Clardy were attend.
can eat a raw apple instead of '
a baked apple which has sugar -
pIe t and butter on it
J ,
but Different Preparation ,

You bake instead Ek ,
She ; can your potato -

y a of creaming It. : ." l1:
i You can avoid fried foods. ,' !
I You can remove your portion + oj! / r

of the vegetable from the pot .': ... .
Wore you season it more
was heavily for the family.
I You can drink skim milk In. s.
t Why J stead of whole milk. p p' pT %.Q LADIES"CRAVENETTE"

I Just a few such items will I I *
I wish count up to an amazingly big I
difference In your daily calorie I ) ;t: TREATED '
I Intake. One factor women must TI t
en watch Is tasting. Of course >, WATER, SPOT ,&
you must do some of this In
order to season food properly, JUST STAIN REPELLENT
but make the tastes small.
f't. Ing They can count up, especiallywhen j ARRIVED! RAINCOATS.
you are sampling rich t

.,'I with, dishes.If leaflet yon would, "Mr.like and to Mrs.have- MANY FULLY LINED WITH VELVET

J time my I
Diet," which I planned to COLLARS. EXCELLENT
\ solve the problem discussed I FOR COOL, DRY DAYS I
today, I wU be fUd to sendit N E 'W' TOO. I
to you. It gives yon menus
for level days, with the I
wife calorie count If you want ORIG. I
in this leaflet send a stamped, I 1
1 self-addressed envelope with 17.9922.99IlLamPIII 1

t' yew request for It to Jose-
I" phiae Lowmaa II can of the
) Gainesville SOB. SALE e

i 'sets Is FATOVERWEIGHT c kerr itSSt-s j 10.90 '

Pc I M,C3 : :
I Ings, YOU are the Star

:and tort Av.lt.bl.OMINIX.ynsal r.r Yea:, mint.w wItkwt an UMr 'a called dse-.Iy PRICE is the Feature j Coat Shop2""rioerDISCONTINUED

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t er Mm messy N. Xt'i the most talked about event in town
: : -taking ""J' t..s51w.-.. s..asge eeduetae the famous taohn quality and fit goes )
........ wmktn Mkl" ,
w ** w on sale for limited
I .h.wln( .... OMINIX It a tiny a engagement only
t.hltt, ... Milty ...'-. Wk.. Stock up and enjoy the savings
I.e yaws eseh. .511 HI Ike ....
Jj Ilk*, krt'vM limply 4t 't Style: Reg. Sale Yon l I
:..:....<..5..res. OCMUNIX 1: ........ sad 4.es..e d..
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DEAR ABBY- Last year we moved from the country to DEAR DATELESS: Only a thief runs when BO one pur THEY SAY THERE FALSE MOVERtJI'SIRj
. the city so o children could go to the best schools study MUMMY OF RINGO SOMETHING PECULIAR SHOOT TO KILL' HE'S EEiJ DEAD
sues. I hope aren't hankering for dates with who >
you boys ADOUT FOR 5.000YEARS
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with the .best music teachers and get all the cultural advantages THE 4th TO BE ,
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I of'the art museum, symphony ballet and so forth. description. 'd
Well, the -children -haye,,', learned much, but their father ri,
has learned plenty. Every Saturday night I have to send DEAR ABBY: Our son Is just 20 and the girl he went Attd .- S /' ,,. t t

my brother down to the burlesque house to drag my hus steady with for four years )Is 18. She graduated from high = SOC:1ett.t .. / { ri

band home. My man has gone hog wild. He signed up for school last June and Jim ,has bad one year of college. t ""lUbe / ,'

a course in ballroom dancing and he goes by himself every They begged us to let them get married in July, saying 0\ I resent ,, ,1
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Monday night and I don't see him again unW after work on "' ;
she would work and they would have an apartment on cultural ,
Tuesday. He says I don't need lessons because aU I i ls f
have to dole "follow" HE needs lessons because he has campus. Her parents agreed to continue her allowance. We :3 ; lvtnLof ? 'W 1.

to "lead." (Is that true?) I suggested moving back to the consented to their marriage on the condition that they prom year !I 1 cis.lo

country and he refused to go. How can I straighten him ised not to have a family until Jim graduated from college.. IS

out? Well they weren't married two months when she announced
she's one month pregnant! We are so angry at that stupid
DEAR SORRY I don't know what your man "sowed" lathe I GOT SOME DADBURN
iI' country but it wasa't his wild eats because he appears girl! Do you think we are Justified in asking our son to .. SCRAPS FEU
quit school and go to work? How do other parents handle .OCBUllUPAW.. l _
to be sowing them BOW. Waltx your overgrown kid back onto AGGERVATIN'I!
situations like this WILL I
the straight and Barrow If you have to enlist a marriage ? = WHISSLE i / ,
: counselor, clergyman to help you. JIM: 'S MOM: Aug FER HIM ? 1 e,;/, _

DEAR MOM: Why handicap Jim for life by refusing to I ., # 1 _

DEAR ABBY: I am a 15-year-old girl, and people tell me help him get an education He needs his college degree / r

I am cute looking and have a good personality, but I have more than.. ever BOW. Give them a break and don't with .. / >> .

never had a real date. I think I know why. Boys are afraidto draw your support. Most parents help their married college ;-. G ?'' .r tI /

I ask me out or come over because my father Is a police children as much. as they- possibly can.. -
man. How can I get boys to date me with this handicap? ;:JrrJ

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Dear Heloise: let stand an boor or IJIOre.I fort baking. (II would like to share with other je t_ r / JX
I have a suggestion for col-I(I; Rinse well, then Itt dry The Juke Irom the cherries mothers r ",
concerned made the lettering bright red Since M
lege coeds who are thoroughly.After my son loves marsh- 'ii"
the interior condition of do mentioned snd very effective Try it mallows : 4 iY
about this u I now put one baby
their sneakers above I had no leftovers. But one O a
,, a+plrlft l Inside a minlaturtImarshmallow ,
attacks the cause I day la enough to remind one ol 'jx .
When one A Fellow Student QowrRw..r
put three /
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of a problem one can usuaDy CWs. ...... to great t*' the quickly passing years x J Jl
manage to eliminate it. Bat I tail but | feat Laow how ....,.11 .Valeda. Savard I in my (land, thei'k n r--,
eats them all / ."pt
since we cannot do without our jet yea an aOergte MY.I bop*' 'lhe including c rr I( 'eJ
feet, I haa better suggestion n..e. Dear Heloise- lone with the aspirin r s tx* I ,
When I visited doctor's of, Mrs. Claire SaffianD / ..
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dirt and odor are lice recently I noticed an idu I' o ::
Both the ,leaL Be sore to fill W ifeMiwttk Heloise
thai could work In home, ar
perspiration. Something any "
caused by water FIRST tan p .r I I
absorbent should be wont set aatf refill with Ire abovifatten. |I He used towel racks to keep that r)' I place my dlsbwashloisponge I

to collect this perspiration. Golf .. 'furniture from bumping thi over the dram In m)0II I '
They aro short ,'walls and woodwork. sink when I drain the *str' aft
great I air' lake ,
socks are Hzeil asU
| vw CANT to Msounffnorv wrt f. JNSnv east vHawv
and don't show above the shoe ......,.. a4 serer ike s...1! Towel racks with rubber sue. er wattling dlllle,. This tee piI Iti wwlt'0 vC1wAVO 1ECAN5e g IID+IT ales. eacAtlN cps !Aw w n, rt MAD. w twtASf Jifeea'r eOr7
Many' girls now wear these because .I side of fro .... while II to pot,'\bon cups would be Ideal ant I any prtcmis silver, etc, fron iswlRO ,.r Foly w ite wauur.: ton tsoirT taco /10 1 t x0111NaAA watt ea A aerYs '-

they want the barelegged Ualy flflH witk' this MJrtM.Be .,'movable, .k> cast you wanted slipping: down the garbage dis'poul eev t ,,.

lank without wearing stocking m to rtse wtILI '!change your furniture arrangemeat. + .( my stopper is he "now /i 1 i, I Ii
Powdering the Inside of the I! NOT Me Heart as tfc popular solid disc type, but tIM r.i

shoe with talcum is abo a good caster wHk thfe Method: Her !1 This idea would be nptclanjuseful / ,!sponge still Iris the water rut : .

ict'a. !_Isalearhwllkaasasoila,. .is homes like BUM wit,out 'itAoIC ,,R
But the sneakers that an IQI.'ffE DAMCEXOCS row h plaster walls. 1 also put the sponge Oft! 1
beyond hope at present HCLOISE: No mote won spoti! t the drain .hen I run the disi'pil

should either be dluard.d11Ienm e Mrs Ronald: tae IIe1 and U keeps the Pot+ r ( .
forbid: or dahfecte Dear Hekusc' ipeelirjs! and such from firm., ..

The latter can be done by mak For ny Ml> birthday. :Dear H....: out! i V .
I ley a s II n aohstka of soar' static a entry pie for Biyttii My It-month-old see **4 t.J 11 Addll Ham .

powder and amwflia-' Usmga I. III Ie k. I pin]1IYt BM a bad 11M when I hato ; Gab M wor's Ba.. i .

\\1 Pour a suffldr amount kHoaco orickH ills httertafHAPH I gr** him Mpirkt ..Mill .7a. :'

shoe with some water am BIRTHDAY". oa the crust. be But I.havt found a IOIIWoI HELOttt

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10 Gainesville Sun Thursday October 15. 1964 .

J Supersonic Fighter Makes Do You Want

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By MIKE COCHRAN coveted contract, worth eventually ward In combat aircraft to occur :- /
I FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) -, in the neighborhood of $6.5 in several decades." Before They Act! tAY' w
The Air Force unveiled today billion. 30 OO .'
McNamara attended the unveiling
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ate .Investigation. Congress the Pentagon and tion.He I --
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ers.The the Navy Paul Nitze and Air
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-r ... I Associated Press Sports Editor has a chance for a fourth on the 000-meter course In 2133..

By JOE REICHLER attention to how Gibson warmedup ?.. .;\ ., ,,' TOKYO (AP) Burley Bob I 800-meter freestyle relay Sun New Record

Associated Press Sports Write Bombers Show before the game. .. -' ......" ". Hayes and tall Wyotnia Tyus I day.The Ocrter, a 260-poundcr from
ST. LOUIS (AP) For the; "I don't think the short rest ::11f; .... I matched world sprint recordsAl American men's string of West Babylon, N.Y., shook off

seventh time in the last 1: Old Power In will affect him," he said. "But p. .. .... :,f'- ; Ocrter collected his third I six straight victories In swimming his various ailments and won
I years, the World Series wen if I see he doesn't look sharp In ., ;: straight discus gold medal and was broken by Australia's his third consecutive discus gold
down to the seventh and final: 8-1 Triumph Us warm-up I'll switch to Sa .. ,J; .'VI. ,'1 v l American swimmers continued'Ian O'Brien In the 200-meter( (medal with a toss of 200 feet 14

j game today with the St. Louis deck! to dominate their specialties breaststroke as he won in world Inches, breaking his own Olympic
Cardinals and New York Yankees Te Thursday In the Tokyo Olympic record time of 2:27.S. Chet Jas-' record. Dave Weill, Walnut

all knotted up at three i tIe, who connected back-to-bac Use Rookie M Games. tremski of Toledo, Ohio, the Creek, Calif., was third at 1952.

victories apiece. in the sixth to break a 1-1 tie. Gibson toiled 10 Innings In his Those various victories, along former record-holder was third ""Every time I threw, It felt
The odds favored the Yankees Joe Pepitone's grand slam 5-2 winning effort Monday striking with surprise triumphs by Phil- in 2:29.8, and promptly an- like someone was trying to tear

10.13 although the Cardinals climaxing a five-run inning in out 13 batters. At that time adelphia's Vesper Boat Club nounced his retirement from out my ribs," said Carter who

never had lost a seven-game the eighth put the game on ice he was pitching with his normal 1..v and young Lesley Bush plus Don swimming. II competed with his right side

series In four previous appear- and made Bouton the first two- Jiree-day rest after having been .. Schollander's third gold medal Yankee prestige was restored frozen' to prevent internal hem-
ances. The Yanks, 20In all game winner of the Series. beaten 1-, in the second game. helped build the American medal in the next race, however when
Series play, had won five of "I'm glad we're playing the Berra had no doubts about his total to 32-14 gold, nine silver the U.S. girls hustled to a world (Continued .a Page 17)r1"4

nine In seven games. last game In this park," said seventh game starter. and nine bronze. Russia has record clocking of UU: in the
And for the third time In this Yankee Manager Yogi Berra, "It'll be Stottlemyre," he 21-seven gold, five silver and women's 400-meter freestyle
Series, the Cardinals' Bob GIf his broad face spread even wid- said. "Whitey (southpaw Whitey nine bronze relay.
son and the Yankees' Mel Stottlemyre Ford) Is still hurting. He limbered -
er in a large grin 190- Team
I Hayes, the powerful, members were Sharon
to match up during Wednesday'sgame ?
prepared "The boys seem to hit better and told he couldn'tmake pound flash from Florida A&M, Stouder Glendora, Calif.? Don-
pitches, each seeking his second me
here than In Yankee Stadium. it. That heel he SAP wlr per ty cibU to tun solidified his claim IS theworld's na de Varona, Santa Clara,
triumph with only two days The way they hit today they the injury fastest human with a 10-'Calif.: Pokey Watson, Portola
aggravated in AS
rest opening game HAYES WON 100-METER RUN
wish we'd play here all year. I still bothers him." .A&M star does :10-flat second flat victory In the 100- Valley Calif., and Kathy Ellis,
Homers De It Uadlslarbed .
meter dash after an earlier, Indianapolis.Great.
Playing with their backs to Failure to wind up the SeriesIn near-Incredible I,. performancein I

the wall and In enemy grounds, six games didn't appear to AS YANKS KNOT SERIES the semifinals had been Comeback
the American League cham- disturb Keane the Cardinal
Johnny disallowed because of a trailing I The Philadelphia crew's
pions averted elimination manager."I wind. triumph In the premier eight- .
Wednesday with an 8-3 victory said at the start the Series _,
oared shell
behind young Jim Bouton fea- could go down to the wire," he Berra Elated Over Homers Ties Mark a great comeback.competition Vesper capped had WI
turing some old-time Yankee said. "We're use to this kind of The wind was well within the .
been beaten In the first heat
bombing.The !scrambling. We've had to scrap allowable standard, however YTAe.w
In then
won repechage,
victim was Curt SIm- ,all year so why not now? I By TOM PENDERGAST Mantle was intentionally three hits In the Series. "But I when he equalled the record past the favored Germans swept In the
mons left-hander "I still think win It. Associated Press WriterST. with his 10-flat performance In
35-year-old we can Sports walked In the five-run Yankee just kept swinging. I'm bearing final.
who vainly sought his first Se- We're better off than we were al LOUIS (AP-The) Bronx eighth Inning. He scored, along the final.
ries triumph. Simmons did well 'the start. We have to win only Bombers had done some real with two teammates when Pep- down all the time and when the Schollander 18-year-old ace And Miss Bush, from Princeton -

through five innings but ran ;one and in our own park. Thai bombing for a change and tone hammered reliever Gordon fans get on me, I bear down a from Lake Oswego, Ore., won N.J., turned a major upset

t afoul of the home run bats of :should give us the edge." Manager Yogi Berra of the New Richardson's curve ball fora little more."Nothing. the 400-meter freestyle In world in edging Germany's Ingred

Roger Marls and Mickey Man- Keane said he would pay close York Yankees couldn't. be con- grand slam. That broke up the compares to this," record time of 4:1!.2. breakinghis Kramer-Engel for the gold med-
al in
1 tained. game. he said of his four-run blast. "I own mark of 4:12.7. He previously women's platform diving.

"The way the boys hit today," "I hadn't been hitting well," just wanted to make sure 1 had won the 100-meter Helping swell the leading

Jim Bouton Tired he quipped "they .wish they'd said Pepitone who had only touched every baie." II freestyle, anchored the winning Yankee medal total was the
played here All v.-ar I first-pisce finish of the pair oars

I The dreaded Yankee muscle, with cox Ed. Ferry Seattle
I I which had sparkled only occasionally ::1 World Series Facts and Figures Conn Flndley Belmont Call/, flat. 1!. I tN h-

After Second Win during the previous five and cox Kent Mitchell, Berk- i
of the World 1
camel Series unleashed -
W. L. Pet. W Stottlemyre. L-Gibson. Fifth GameSt.

,Busch Stadium three home runs And In I St. Louis (N) 3 3 .500( Home run-New York, Llni. .. Louis 000 020 000 3-3 10 1 OPEN TONIGHT TIL 9, CLOSED ATTOMORROW
By MIKE RECBT But no one could doubt after II New York (IAI) 3 3 .500 Third Game New York 000 000 002 0-2 12 t

Associated Press Sports Write r Wednesday's triumph, Berra the Yanks took with an the 8-3 St victory Louis, First Game 1st. Louis 000 010 000-1 ( 0, Gibson and McCarver: Stot 6:00
,pulling even
ST. LOUIS (AP) The New, would rather have Bouton well Cardinals at three New York 030 010 010-5 12 2''New York 010 000 001-2 5 2 tlemyre, Renlff (II, Mikkelsen :
York Yankees evened the World I rested to send against the St. game I St. Louis 110 004 03x- 12 0, Simmons, Schultz (III) and Mc- (III and Howard. W-Glbson. L '
Series Wednesday and winning I Louis Cardinals In the seventh "I guess we can take our bags Ford, Downing ((6)), Sheldon Carver: Bouton and Howard.W -Mikkelsen.
pitcher Jim Bouton sat In the: and deciding contest today. out of the hotel lobby and back ((0) and Howard; Sadeckl, Bouton. L-SchulU. Home runs New York lI FOR GATOR
Schuttj (7) and McCarver. W- Home run-New York Mantle Trcsh. St. Louis, McCarver
clubhouse afterward, a mighty; The handsome 25-year-old into the rooms now," grinned
happy *- but mighty tired -. fireballer had Just beaten the Yankee right-hander Jim Bou Sadeckl. L-Ford. Sixth Game QROWL

young man. Cardinals 8-3 for his second ton, who got his second Series I Home runs .- New York, Fourth GameSt. 'New York 000 012 1150-I10 I
"Will you be ready to pitch. victory in the Series -a victory victory. Tresh. St Louis, Shannon. Louis 000 004 000-4 I 1 St. Louis 100 000 .11-3 10 I
again Thursday?" asked one of that kept the Yankees alive. Second Game New York 300 000 000-3 I 1 I Bouton Hamilton (It) and

f the many reporter throwingquestions "I got 20 the hard way," MaMBoy. I New York 000 101 204-1 13 0 Sadeckl, Craig (1), Taylor (I) 'Howard; Simmons, Taylor (7),
at the crew-cut right laughed Bouton, an 18-game The Yanks struck in a dazzling St. Louis 001 000 011-3 7 0 and McCarver; Downing, MlkkeUen SchulU (II), Richardson fl),,

. hander., winner during the regular season manner as the M and M I Stottlemyre and Howard; Gif ((7)), Terry (Iii) and How- Humphreys ((1)) and McCarver
t \ Bouton politely sidestepped "But I'd rather have It this boys Roger Marls and Mick son, Schultz (II), Richardson ard. W-Cralf. L-Downing. Home runt-New York Male h

the question. way ,than with 20 during the ey Mantle homers- hammered and Joe Pepitone consecjve l(I0), Craig (III and McCarver..:I Home run-St.'"Louis, Boyer.. Mantle, PepitoiM. SALEMell'

: "I don't think I've ever season and none In the World .
hit slant to Bou-
a grand sew upton's
pitched aloe innings and then Series. Man this Is great" win. '
relieved"the next day," he said Sk.p5
Bouton singled home the first The Cardinal starter and losr -
"Anyway, Yogi (Manager Yogi
Yankee run to tie the score 1-1 left- ander Curt Simmons,
Berra) has plenty of good pitchers '
and then held off the Cardinals gave up the homers to Marls
ready to go. until the New Yorkers found the and Mantle In the sixth inning

range on Busch Stadium's nearby with the score tied, 11.
fences. Consecutive solo "Outside of those two bombs,

homers by Roger Marls and my stuff was all right," he said
ST. LOUIS (AP) The box
Mickey Mantle made It 3-1 In after the game."I .
score of the sixth game of the the sixth inning and Joe Pepl-\ threw Marls a real bad

1964 World Series: ,tone's grand slam in the eighth handing curve ball," Simmons
New York (A) AI R NB! 0 A
Iced ItBouton said "and he hit it out of the
Llniss allowed nine hits In 8 park. That pitch to Marls was
B. Rich'son 2b 4 0 2 0 2 3 "
1-3 Innings but always had really upsetting
Marls cf 41114.
enough to get out of a jam. Mantle followed Marls.
Mantle rf 3 21130J
Steve Hamilton took over with "I'm very careful with Mantle -
Howard .1115.
two on and one out in the ninth, ," Simmons said, "so I reallyput
Tresh If 321010
a run-scoring single on that pitch. Itwas
gave up some speed
J Pepitone Ib 4 I I 4 0 2
and then got Curt Flood to hit I away from Mantle, but bewas
/ k C Boyer 3b 4 0 0 1 1Bouto double I r
; npHamilton 4 0 .lea. v into a game-ending play. going with me.

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Flood cf 3 2 1 0 1 0 LOUIS (AP) Figuring I the regular season-on Aug. 21 _
Brock If 4 0 3 0 2 0 The Series: off Boston's Earl Wilson.

While Ib 401111 TIm McCarver, the Cards' F' u
K. Boyer 3b 4 1 0 0 0 3 catcher, leads both Series teamin I Bill White went hitless In four

Gratss 401030 slugging with aU marl. trips and his average dipped tot -A
McCarver e 4 0 2 0 0 0 with 10 total bases in 21 times al t 041 The Cards' first baseman

Shannon 4 1 I 0 3 0 bat. He has 10 bits including one t has collected only one hit in 23

MuvID Zb I' 0 3 3aWarwick double, one triple and one lam t tries during the six games. k2Your
I' 0 0 0
Mantle the
run. Mickey paces -
Bucheck 2b 101001 Yanks with a .750 slugging t For the first time In the Series
Simmons p 2 0 1 0 0 0 mark. tl Carl Warwick of the Cards
Taylor p' 111110 failed to produce as a pinch-
blames 1. 0 0 0Schulap Joe Pepitone of the Yanks, hitter He fouled out in the seventh '

000000 whose grand-slam homer. Inning. He had collected
G. Rich'IOft p" 0 0 0 0 1 inched( Wednesday's victory,, three hits and a walk .In four
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II \;Attention on Cross City-Chiefland Tilt Tonight I ,


I By LARRY WOODS ern Division in the Suwannee Florida's famed Gator Growl.! straight week. Last week New- Greenville tonight but the Tigers ly take its revenge out on visiting Chiefland, Indicated Wednes- Lancaster at the halves and Ed
Sun Sports Writer Conference loop. Williston, Kill undefeated but berry felt the sting of the up- under coach Jim Daniel, Newberry as the Colts look day his team was fit and readyto Langford at fullback.
II Attention Is focused on t h e Most of the area teams square once tied travels to Trenton tonight and-coming Trenton Tigers as aren't taking any chances. to bounce back from last week's play ball. Lake Butler riding an undefeated r"
Chiefland. Cross City game tonight -off against one another tonight as the fired up Tigers apparently they bowed 13-12. OIlIer GamesTo loss to Cross City. To stop the Indians Crois 4-0 record will stay with ;
u the winner likely win instead of Friday night in or- look to become the Lake Butler should have very round out the Suwannee Bear coach Al Parrls look- City will open defensively with its offensive combination of
emerge the best of the South- der to attend the University of giant killer for the second ,I little l trouble with visiting games North Marlon will lIke- Ing forward to the bout with ends Bobby Kmcaid Richard ends Larry Clyatt Rusty Wade;
Howell; tackles, Warren 0'- tackles Henry Whitehead John
I Steen, Homer Melgaard; Stephens; guards Glen Bran-
GUESTPERTS VS. SUNPERTS GHS Tackle Mack guards Jerry Martin Lester nan, Kenny Williams and canter
Kenny ,Hall; linebackers, Randy Cor- Don Bennett
r bin, Robert Ousley; halfbacks Jimmy Thomas Lake But- .
Jerry Karr Johnny Lanler and ler's No. 1 signal caller will '
\ '/ safetyman Louis OverstreeL lead a backfield composed of .1:';,]
Named Lineman of Week
I, I I Chiefland, with only one loss Tommy Thomas and Bob Lyons
This Week J j iJ to Lake Butler earlier in the or Bay Dukes at. ,the: halves
I I' Games ti JJ season could throw the South withHarold Griner at fullback. ;
', Giant-size( Kenny Mack 240-( was the only sophomore line "Mack' Is not the fastest boyon ern Division race into a guess- North Marlon," according to '1'
:11'1 :' Florida pound tackle for Calnesv 111 e man capable of earning a berthon the line, but he gets the job ing game should they be unkindto head coach Stan Toote, will
i So. Carolina Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida High, topped the checklist the state ranked 'Cane done and that's what counts," their hosts tonight. start ends Tookie Pruitt Dan
- among area lineman last week squad last offers the staff. r t''
II i year. coaching And the Indians will call upon Smith; tackles Bobby. Gibson ;.
Georlll Georgia FSU FSU FSU FSU FSU Lineman and li saluted as the S u n's And his performance to date Against I Tallahassee Leon ends Westley Peake Sam Roger Wood; guards Paul .
- of the Week. has been every bit ai good as last week Mack was at his usual Swilley; tackles, James Asbell, Weaver Dale Stone, 'linebackers I
Miami Miami This I is Mack's second year of last season's ami then some. left tackle post provld I n g Rocky Shiver; guards, Larry Allen ,*John Kriser, and Robert '!ti
Miami Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
I Pittsburgh -Pittsburgh -Pittsburgh -. varsity football for the Purple gaping holes for Al Giffer. and Tommy Andrews; and cen- on the Colt defensive front wall 'f.
Alabama Hurricanes. The big 1-1 Junior "Kenny always does a good Brian Hipp to dart through. ter Cecil Ashbell to make it as TIle Colt secondary.will de-
: Tennessee Alabama Alabama Tennessee Alabama Alabama Alabama Job for us," said assistant t When the going gets real I uncomfortable for the Bears as pend on Tommy Dodd and Con y"y"ky
Auburn Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia coach Bob Erwin "bee a U I e tough for the Hurricanes, possible. Pruitt at the halfback poets '
/$1, I Georgia Tech Tech Tech Tech Auburn Tech Auburn Keane Denies he's just a"naturally good football Mack, generally an offensive Indian Backs and Danny Sandlin at safety.,
player. specialist la called upon to bolster The Chiefland backs will go
i LSU Kentucky LSU LSU LSU LSU LSU LSU Pirate Offer One of Best his 240 pound frame on with quarterback Dennis Zelez- Newberry
goal line plays. nick halfbacks Wendell Cor- Newberry, looking for its second :
Mack has continued to be
'Oi8 ore -me Oit 'Oil "
/ Mississippi Ole bin, Earl Cannon and fullback win, looks to start ends,
Tulane Miss Miss Mies Miss Miss Miss ST. LOUIS (AP) Manager among the top 'Cane lineman May Be Called
Garland Blackman. Bo :and: Terrell Bass. tackles, "
i Johnny Keane of the St. Louis the marks for
And from the .
scouting reports
MIs,. Buddy Broxton, Don Truluck
Miss. State Mla Miss. Miss. Miss. Mlss.t Cardinals denied Williston starters are primedfor
a report each game since the sea i o n
out of Chattanooga, Tenn,
So. MIssissippi State Stat. Slate State State State a rough contest with Tren- guards, Billy Martin Jimmy
Wednesday night that the Pittsburgh 'opened. The coaching staff Mack be called
just ,
may upon Wln'ne
I ton and will go with ends Bruce ; center Lanny Bishop.
Vanderbilt Pirates had offered him turns to each film to
a game a few times when the 'Canes
will be ,
Backs Tommy' Farnsworth -
Ronnie Stevens
Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Mitchell ; tackles
Ceo. Washington three-year contract to move :make the grading award and host the always powerful Ten
Harry Holder WayneTharpe
there in Jimmy Milllgan u g
Consensus: Florida FSU, Pittsburgh, Alabama, Georgia Tech, LSU, Mississippi Mississippi a similar capacity. accurately evaluate a lineman'soverall nessee gridders for this year's Stevens; guards, Mory Legler and Larry Dalton. .
State Vanderbilt ""There's no truth to it," I performance. Homecoming game. Hallie Priest; center Robert. In Riverland competition only >,
f, Consensus\ last week: Eight right, two wrong. For season: 24 right, eight wrong, one tie, one Keane said on the eve of the "Mack is having a good yearso Philpot. Doug Mitchell, Bobo one*game is on tap for tonight, "
,y tossup. seventh game of the World Series Rider Dies far" said Erwin "and we Griffith Mike Mikell and Robert I Cedar Key apparently' t the "
Guestperts last week: Martha Wilson, It; Arme Chlpley 8-2; Penny Johnson, 55. Sunpcrts: between the Cardinals and .are even looking for better results Head will round out the toughest of the lot among the I r
Joe Halbersteln, M; Benny! Cason M; Nla Nissen, 64. For season: Halbersteln, 28-5-1; the New York Yankees. TOKYO (AP) Tcshlakl Ki- from"him as the season starting backfield. six-man gridders, plays host to

t I Cason, 28-7-1; Nlssen 2511. Keane said he t tal, prominent Japahese horseman progresses. Trenton Intends to open with Bronson.
meet with I Mack's running mate at offensive however has lost
Sunperts led Guestperts, -.73.It's and his first Danny Wilson Holton Browning Branson only
Cardinals postwar -
I.! the officials the day after Olympic rider died early tackle 200 pound junior ends; Louis Ridgeway, one game and could be a real
World Series to discuss his Pete Enwall also rates a Danny Corbin tackles; Wayne surprise for the undefeated t
future today, apparently of a heart at-
Gators Over This with the St. Louis club. t tack. superior rating this week. Fowler Grady Jones guards, Sharks. !
Pirates Manager Danny Mur- Enwall has turned in steady and center Cliff Michael. I. Friday night Melrose will travel t
laugh resigned shortly before Kital, 40, was to have served performances in the first four The Tiger backfield will go to Pierson to play Taylor
the end of the season because of is a Judge In Olympic equestrian games and especially sparkled with Jim Slaughter quarterback High In another Riverland Conference ,

: Tough (Gamecocks) BirdBy i personal. health. events starting here Friday._.against-. -Leon. ;--John Wall and Howell- battle.I --- I

IS JOE HALBERSTEIN Guestperts are Paul T n a mes, Alabama, No. :a team in t n e i
Sue Sports Editor vice president, Florida Fryers, nation, In another surprise. And DIXIE VIM'STIRE
JI\:g\ The Gamecocks of South t ,Inc.; Mike Coulllai, Louis Sea. Halbersteln and Cason like Au- i .
Carolina fly into town Saturday fare; and Rex Tsckett Kentucky burn to spill undefeated Georgia <
to do battle with the Gators. Fried Chicken. Tech In another eye-opener. '
\" And when you're dealing with And It'. the Gators all the
All In all, It's a solid week
a bird of this nature it's best way over South Carolina. That'sone for favorites but the way the f
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) best.Without week. the season, anything can hap'
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like LSU over Kentucky

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Defense: Faces Test

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS dislocated shoulder could cause 'As' far as we are concerned,! Louisiana State bad three
Alabama football coach Paul ,him to miss the contest they're the national champions."I teams alternating between defense -
t I I By JOE HALBERSTEI just 146 yards while allowing pose a threat Reeves Is No. 4 16r Bryant la awaiting word froma I "If he's able to throw whichwe At Oxford Ole Miss held its and offense In preparation 1 I
L. Sun Sports Editor only 17 completions in 48 passes. in the nation In passing. He's doctor today on the possibilitythat seriously doubt, we might be last intensive workout Wednesday -'for Kentucky. I
l It's Just one threat after an- The Gators have Intercepted completed 52 of 91 tries for 560 Injured star quarterbackJoe able to use him at quarter-. emphasizing the kicking "Our offensive linemen
other to Florida's national No. 1i six. Only one touchdown has yards and one touchdown. I ,- ,
Namath may play In the back Coach Ralph Jordan game as welt as offense and de showed a lot of zip today LSU
pass defense mark. been scored on the UF via the Reeves also Is 14th in overall Tennessee game after all. ,said. But he added that Sidle. fense. I Coach Charles McClendon said. \11
I 1 The Gators for the s e cond airlanes and that came late 1 In offense with 56J yards meaninghe Bryant said Wednesday that a probably would play at wing- -
/, straight week top the NCAA the Mississippi game. has picked up only eight Favorable medical report would back or fullback if at all "
I ', rankings with a 48.7 average for Now comes Danny Reeves. more on the ground. mean that Namath could see .,
three foes. Florida has given up,South Carolina quarterback I to Saturday Vandy Favored .
limited action In the
Off and ThrowingThe game
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no-touchdown win
With M,
6-1, 195-pound signal-call-: at Knoxville. over Wake Forest In the books, 1"" A meal on a roll!
er led the Atlantic Coast Conference JACK HARPER The Crimson Tide worked out Jack Green la
Vanderbilt Coach
{'i; in total offense as a No. 6 In punt returns. In a driving rain while Namath, looking for more good news InSaturday's MURPHY'S SUBMARINE .
6 sophomore. Last year he wa.hurl who twisted his knee ,In the game with George
TAAKA This year, he'i off and North Carolina State game, took Washington.
throwing again. NelvberryRomps his first running exercises.At "We are favored in thIs one," ,: SANDWICH
This means Saturday's Knoxville,Tennessee was
Green said "and we are very
Homecoming battle for the Ga sharpening its passing game, optimistic that we can win our i ice I
: i VODKA tors should develop into a wild 53-0 with Art Galiffa doing most of second straight game Thai 29
one, weather permitting. the throwing. Three players would establish the longest win t.1A
The Gamecocks have not Even though the weather halfback Mike Reynolds end ning streak at Vanderbilt sin .
shown too much ground work in Isn't co-operating the Junior Johnny Mills and guard Terry -weU. for a long time." An unb.n.vabll slue! 1ft
; tying Duke 9-9; and Georgia League football program got t Bird are on the doubtful list The last tune Vandy won two unbelievable t.at..tra.t .. '
I 7.7, and losing to Maryland, 24- under way at City Park Wednesday for the Alabama game. in a row was 19(1 when West ;t t 4,,__. Murphy's Submarine S. n take d.f :
8 and Nebraska 2M. with) tnjoy en. here or ;
lost to the
y ; Virginia and Georgia
afternoon. In the Works OB .
Florida is doing right well In first Passing Commodores.Mississippi'. ..y home a bagful for the familyl
many divisions of NCAA statistics game Newberry had field day Georgia emphasized passingdefense 2-2 record
f I this week. Lonesome end ,by completely out-playing Firsmen In preparation for Us doesn't mean a thing to Tulane COKES

Charles Casey Is 13th in pass for a 53-0 victory. The contest, tenth-ranked Saturday Florida with a scrap-State Coach Tommy O'Boyle, who has TO GO 15c
with 11 catches in $
receiving boys from out of town came to team. to face the Rebels Saturday at
three games for 220 yards and New Orleans.
three touchdowns. Jack Harpers town to play ball The object of Coach Vince
"We are utterly disregarding
City Park got off to a slow Dooley is to protect against
No. 6 in punt returns with that 2-2 record," O'Boyle said.
A I Ii ,. seven for 132 yards. And the start but cranked up in the fSU's crack passing combina- .
I Gators also are ninth in overall second half to score a 41-7 victory tion of Steve Tensl and Fred
defense permitting only over last year's city Biletnikoff.
.. 11.7 yards per contest. Sophomore "Our defense will have to be
H ylQ quarterback Steve Spur- champs the Raiders. Wet at its best to stop this great
rier Is 21st in punting witha weather caused the Raiders to pair" Dooley said.
mark of 39.9 for 17 efforts. fumble three times deep in FSU'i last victim giant-killer
i The Gators drilled in a steady their own territory to set up Kentucky, is working hard on football means
rain Wednesday. The hittingwas three touchdowns for City Park. fundamentals. The Wildcats
brisk as Coach Ray Craves In a hard fought battle In the play Louisiana State University
: tried to work thoughts Saturday. Sh
t' away any ..M
Cannon Insurance
of complacency regarding this game Quarterback Jimmy Sidle has
r week's contest slipped over two touchdowns in been named one of the captains
: the second half to beat Qulk for Auburn's game Saturdaywith
May Miss Game ,Shop 14 to 0. 'I Georgia Tech but Sldle's
t Fullback Larry Dupree missed -
the drill and likely will miss
Saturday's game. If he does
. t'.f Jay, It will be on a short-term ,
tasls.Graves. @:) < ;
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cautioned that South t$1' } \ '> 00' '
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J JI Carolina has a line as big as ay \ ,.' .
Mississippi, has gone to two-pla- ro ,;
I I loon football this week In an effort ... -
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material and Is due to .
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are taking over Florida : &
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SOS and Mrs. Sapp S. E. Sapp e. *
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2 X11, sGkfl g di Bank of Newberry totaled,
1391 and 531 for top aeries and' i
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Jeanne Leland hit 201 146- '
52-Mlln the Ella Ceramic away at this new Gulf Statioa..., .
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Linda BlIp had 4M and Mary
Kelly rolled 484.
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y Norma Weseman made the 1-10
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" : cut Into Florida State UnlverSUy' fouth in novice class last week 1'1' .
But Peterson had
football practice plans today the offensive -in'a time distance rally at,
but Coach Bill Peterson team out to brush up on Orlando. The event covered 1S5

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game"i:i competing cars.

The Williston Red evils continue to climb on the ladder ( from previous page) The Seminoles, In 10th placet, Next event for the Gainesville
of football orrhaging from torn musclesin Sports Car Club will be on Nov.
d this continues
success, t weary prognosticator
1 nationally,journey to Athens for,; '
his rib ;15, with a Gymkhana slated.
,to miss the proverbial jat. cage. i
4 Four times the Re Devils have gone Into battle. Three The big noises of this fifth dayof the game _T ;Site will- be- -announced.- -.
1, ended In victories an one was a tie. Three times they were the 18th Olympiad, however,
picked to lose. were the two magnificent performances Want
The last win, 14-7 o r strong Crystal River, was enough to by Hayes. your
'prove the others wer no flukes and that it's all for real. The wind was blowing at just)
So this week I'm { ling on the Williston bandwagon. and over 5 meters per second when car paymentscut
picking 20-7 victory qer Trenton. he clocked the U In the semifinals .
It's about time. but It had subsided when in half?

-Road to Eiki Gallie finals.A he bolted. off the blocks In the

The Road to Eau C Uie will be filled with excitement for great gasp went up from I IGEC's II I
P. K. Yonge gridde this week. They leave Thursday the throng of CS.OOO In the National -
morning and head fo Cape Kennedy where a tour of the Stadium when it I va I II
missile plant is schedul I. apparent that Hayes-not usual Friendly l3obAdams II I I
Coach Mike Cutler hopes the trip back Friday night ly a good starter-wis on Ills: Repack front
will be as enjoyable.The way to a great race. He flashed I ISays. wheel bearings $
Blue Wave tak the Eau Gallie Commodores Friday down the track, h Is churning/ ...
night In a rugged footbi 1 assignment. arm. and legs generating great
The Class A Ell ailie team la saddled with aa M power, and steadily lengthened V Bumper-tobumper
record, but it has camHere's against top opposition. his ]
North Marion, which also conquered PKY two weeks ago IId.Twe Yards Ahead! safety check 595
tripped the Commodo in the opening game. Then came I i
He finished some two yards In
defeats Cocoa Mainland and Satellite Beach.
to ,Dayto i '
front of Enrique Figuerola of
hoping fullba Tom Hansen has another field day Cuba and Harry Jerome of Can- "IfGFCcan'tdoiUoAoc/Kcan! : Correct camber,
,. -P. K.Yonge 13, Eau )lie 7.There's caster
ada. Jerome shared the world toe-ia
a Rebel at Fe who has gotten used to winning ,
record of 10 flat with Armin
.. and he'll be hard from here on out. Hary of Germany.Miss And you don't need to come In to find out-Just phone.
Coach Charlie Robe who had relied on a Tyus a tall Tennessee Ask for the Bob Adams auto financing desk Most Align front end

tenacious defense In fnta three games came up with I State coed, matched the world Instances he cuts $50 payments to $25, $80 pay.
some offensive firewor Friday night against Jasper.
Santa Fe whipped tO-U, behind the determined record held by Wilma Rudolph ments to $40, etc., etc.Very likely he can cut your
with an 11.1 performance in car payments In half.
of Mae Crawford. Several key
running 10plomo"luUuck! inning her beat In the second Take your car where the experts al ,
fumbles stopped the (ijuvenittd Rebels from scoriae more "
round of the women's I 100-meter
and running wlththe
away game.
The only thing golnl for Green Cove Springs, this week' Two other American girls Phone or Come In,.. i
Edith McGuIre of Atlanta and
foe, is the fact that it's homecoming Otherwise, the Blue
Marilyn White of Los Angeles, GENERAL FINANCE CORP.AUTO
Devils have dropped1 successive games to Palatka, Lake I
also made It through two rounds
Fernandina Beads and .
Macclenny.Santa and Into Friday's semifinals. FINANCING REFINANCING SINCE 125 GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE
Fe by|/I4-0 score.
The United States also took
-A Mild'ThreatLake second In the team standings In 718 N. MAIN STREETGAINESVILLE
Bulled with 4-0 record, facet modern pentathlon a second In
rldirg along shiny
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r The Thom brothers quarterback Jimmy and halfback ears without coxswain .
Tommy, are xpected to be too much for the visitors. And -- ---- -

,f there's fullba Harold Griner to contend with.
Here's a vc for Lake Butler to make it J-0 by the score

,E Clf Scanning 2&-0. th field: Cross City It. Chlefland 12; CallanaB,

.1 14, Keystone eights 9; Cedar Key 11, Bream I; and Mwef 6 Chevrolet'ft
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d Most of thi week's games will be played Thursday night
due to Friday ight's Gator Growl pep rally. Only the P. K.
Yonge-Eau Gilie, Santa Fe-Green Cove, Callahan-Keystone
,I and Melrose-P rson games are scheduled for Friday.

-Horren OtiS Week I
d Last week w horrendous in tee picking department. More
losses were re rded than in the first three weeks combined.
The final t; y revealed seven right and six wrong, Including -
misses both the GHS and PKY battles
That makes eason total of 35112.

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game best Manor Motel rolled Machine CD. spilled MO-1B-16J-' I

SPRINT COMEBACK DOES IT Joe Balogh's 10K-912-98&-295S, with ,the 1055 481 In the Pintoppen loop. Tru-: VOTE
game. die Feather of Mary Carter'

I 588 LeadsJoe tuarant Jeanne hit Leland lW-H-177-fia of Manor In Res-the Paint had 477 and Helen Zlp-! H J

University City Women's purer Mead and Williams had YDON'J
\\Biff Win for Schollander Balogh of Manor Motel I League Wednesday night Bettie 451. Nita Thomas, Combined Insurance I !
hit 205-200-1W-588 to top tIM! Sprow Coca Cola had 518, Co., had a 188. best J
., Night Owl loop at Palm Lane I Maids Griffin had a 112 beat I IMlkeU' BIRNS
.- Wednesday Shu Cagle, Gold' ,
1. Nrni fork ffitmri Coast Restaurant had 374 and,. game.Tassinari's had a 1003-11X3- had a 2325 series and
By ARTHUR DALEY Kenneth Brown, Clark'a Barbel 1000 3005 set while Gainesvile Mead & Williams an S31 best A -FLORIDA
\i TOKYO The first thing Don Schollander did when he Shop, had 541. I
Gas Co. rolled 1068 for game. Shirley Hutchins made
\ < awakened Wednesday morning was to reach frantically for Joe Sommese, Edwards BuildIng best single. the 6-7-10 split and Chris Wiley 5VERNORPC Aar.
the leather his bed. It there, all
case alongside was right.
Supply had a 230 single! Mae Hill of Mikell's Sewing the 57.
.. .. .
Ha opened It and gazed In utter fascination at the first gold U
,' medal the United States was to reap in these Olympic !
'I| 'igames..He sighed relief. GIANYU 'I
$ aka a .
I "It wasn't a dream," be said to himself. "I guess I really y ;
I i won an Olympic championship.
I n 'He cupped his hands undrr his head and stared blissfully
i at the ceiling, exhilaration still churning within him. He RECAPThurs. I II
I I *was still in something of a daze all day Wednesday but he
I began to climb down from the clouds today. He had to go t s
back to work. His victory in the classic 100-meter free m
,I style had moved Into history. Ahead of him was the 400
,,and a couple of relay races.
.The It-year old Yale freshman he took a Tokyo de- ,
.tour on his way to New Haven-conceivably could win four 1 r
;gold medals in all. But none could ever match that first I
.one for a variety of reasons. jgy.4 s

; Little Chance To Win ,

.. I lit established America on the gold standard in these games
'and it returned to this handsome, blue-eyed blond the confidence I
he had lost So bad had been SchoQander's slump :
=that few accorded him much chance pf victory. He had A ,
Fri. Sat. and Sun.-Oct. 15 16 & 18
'been beaten In the final tryouts by Gary Uman and his ., V,
fine touch In the water seemed to have deserted him.
"I can't win Bill," he kept saying all week to Bill Craig, Open 8:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. ..
f 'his roommate. "I've lost my sprint"
"You'll win. You'll get it back,",said Craig over and over A" WlrwMt to IK* Dm) \
until he sounded like a hollow echo. DON SCHOLLANDER 1 1000 TIRES--ALL SIZES
The lost sprint was found In the most unexpected place, Out medal's for real
"the last IS feet of a race Don appeared to have yieldedto I
This 'be the fastest hundred
legitimate ever swum
Bobby McGregor of Scotland. With a lifting that al-
"most surge because the 52( world record by Alain Gottvalles of France I
was Impossible, Schollander flung himself across the
'water to Win by. a touch In Olympic record n n_ time of__ M4._ has been viewed with suspicion by most swimming authori- I I Plus Tax

,,1 ties.George Halnes, the assistant coach of the American forces 'I 1 and

PKY En Route probably was the only man In the magnificent natorlum who .
; wasn't too surprised by Don's extraordinary victory. Haines RecapS
I has been coaching Schollander at the Santa Clara Swim Club 'pabl.
I and knows him better Just before the
than most. meet they _
,fl ; : To Eau GalleIt were water at smiling the warm-up pool together. Don emerged from the i 12 Months Tire

j The P. K. Yonge footbsl I scheduled for Friday night "George"said the happy don. "I feel great. Guarantee
. squad 4 left this morning for Eat I The PKY group will take a A strange look spread over Halnes's features. BLACKWALLSWHITEWALL
faille' where It has a gain1DOBBS ,!. tour of Eau Callie High School, "Don," be said. "The last time you spoke those wordsto Against' all rood haMrdsnd .
me was last July. You haven't spoken them since. You
of the
one most unique and defective' workmen-
aid them Just before the National A.AU.
modern championships. !
schools In the Southeast ship.
: Then you went out and broke the world records for both
today. The grldders will
II 200 meters and 400 meters. I have a feeling you'll win to
tour the Cape Kennedy missile night." FREE $200MO

;:r ; then plant return Saturday in the morning afternoon.and Those Last Few FeetIn MOUNTINGFREE ONLY .

Coach Mike Gutierrez's tesm that century final Schollander was beaten for appro
plans a short workout this afternoon Innately 99 of the 100 meters. Mike Austin of Yale showedthe
j GUILD EDGE'h' In shorts at Eau Gallie way for M meters and beyond. Then McGregor took GAS IF. TUBES size $ .50
) Gutlerres ran the squad command until Schollander, his lost sprint suddenly rediscov- any
through offensive drills Wednesday red, hurtled past him for the gold medal. How did he Pump raodiflf stops at odd number. For axWHEEL BALANCE .50
and stressed the kicking verdolt?
ample. 4.44, 5.55 6.66,
game. "For those last few feet," he said with his boyish grin ate.
Fullback Tom Hansen stood "I Just ran as fast as I could."
out In the punting department, This gave him the privilege of standing on the victory
consistently booting the ball 40 pedestal, throat dry and heart skipping beats while the band
and 45 yards. played> a truncated version of the Star Spangled Banner
I ; "He Is coming along and a the American flag rose slowly up the center, pole over
h'h'f could possibly be the best punt the sconboard. GATORTIRE
2 er we've had at P.X. Tongs "I barely remember !leaving the swimming stadium," recounted
i since I've been here," Gutierressaid. Don. "We walked to the nearest gate of the Olympic
:; village and went scouting behind the houses there looking for
\ Santa Fe's practice Wednesday bikes that some nations hide. They're not supposed to do so
again was hampered by; because anyone can use a bike he finds unattended. We found SERVICE Inc.
rain and cut short some and rode back to the American quarters."I .
"... .1\ Coach Charlie Roberts work. walked into my room. On the sheet on my bed someone I
. L/ ed the Rebels on offensive timing had scrawled with a black crayon the one word. 'Congrat- BILL BOUNDS, Owner
and defensive recognition, latlonst" We talked and talked. It was lights out at 11 and
/" I Just couldn't sleep. I kept thinking about the race, my
and singled out quarterback
stroking, breathing. Everything. At about midnight I
Danny Adams and offensive my got 3038 N E Waldo Rd.
up and went out for i walk. When'' I came back, I fen .
wards Jim Forrester and
f+ sound asleep. Then'I had to make sure it wasn't a dream
,I Dobbs exclusive Guild Charles Smith. Roberts plans 1 when I woke up., Here's what proved it to me. Isn't.it. a Phone FR 2-0497
; Edge ,assure a hat with a lenghty workout today to beauty" 9
trim, neat lines elegant catch up for lost time ,
11 HI reverently displayed his gold medal. It was. a beauty.. .
. distinction and -- -- -
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n, which contributed to the program and hospital at the old airport near Lake Butler. Pictured Is the framework : Pacil 1.00b 17"I Zenith -?...._...-. 1.Ma 71i V.lapar _.__..__... 7"
took part in the. dedica for a dining and kitchen comml: sary. Other beildlnga of the sprawling complexwill Abbott Lab _._ UI MAIled I Get" 011 _._.._ .tor 2'T'I
tion. provide dormitories, administration offices, a warehouse, a garage, firehouse Oem 1.10 U'A I Grace Co 1.00b 5550 OVER THE COUNTER MUTUAL FUNDS

and and other aerricea. The project was started in August and la now nearly 10 percent Amerada Pt UO 14 44 I H.I Curtis ..._ .N ItI hew..YORK.. tAt __, TK* Mlmlnt/ kUNiNwwl
County till
u ; p.u.w wp'IN H Affiliate
city officials
attending Fund _,__ '.33
complete. (Sun photo by Sam McGarvey) Am !:lea Pow I.IIb4 ... AnwWiM' If IwurltlM O..l-
I I M __ 1.00 4DI
were G. M. Davis, ..... ,..... M ... rurmnl .."'.l tr....- Capital Life 1 Gr ..._.. 10.21
Amlr EDka uel4 lat Min C ... .
chairman I I.IOa 12'4lInt CMM *! t. MAIO-I WIMlllHM '
county commis Divers Growth ._,,__..
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wine'' tell to
AllIer lions ..._ 1.4. NAmer \4 TIle __ Paned W.w
sion. County Commissioner 5440 ..... .
Null v the tut Sidney Martin John Second Reddish M. Fdy .10 II Kellogg ...___ .1Oa 455.1.1I (M..MI.
TrialLikelyFor Dreyfus .__ SI.43
city utilities director City Mean Armco Stl 100 72Am Si I Lehman CP Ute 30% Alice "Land __.__ 1144 Fidelity Capit ____.. 11.80

ager W. T. Green Jr., and Gene Topka ___ UOI IZ'-t I Litton In ___ Ulf 15'4I Amer Fidel Life .._ 24\ Fidelity Fund_.._._ 11.11
Llddon city director of build Suter Lab JI mt I Lane S em 1.00 21% Amer Heritage .,.__ 2140 Fidelity Trend ._ IU2

ings and grounds. Fall Circuit Court DateLAKE Beckman In N Marsh rid 00_ 1.10I 41% Amer Matins _.___._ 2144 Fundlal Invest .._,. IUt
Beech LP' S J.IO SI%I Martin M __ 1.00 11'4I Amer Pioneer Life II
Income of Boston ,..,_._. .:70
Bristol My __. .00 71\4 McG HID .101 14I %
I Anheuaer Busch __._ 57w
Incorporated Inc__... 10.23
On Trial BUTLER-A c 0 nd Union County Deputy Sheriff tory sentence of death In the Brunswick _.._ 510CambI Mead Corp _.._... 1.70 40 4 Anodyne "... _.._ 344 Keystone K-2 ._._. ...,_. $.90

trial for Joe Reddish of Raiford Hal Croft and his assist a n t, electric chair. S UO 31\4 I Markd __ S.OOa" 4SI Citizens Bank ......?..__ 54 Keystone S-3 ..._,_.. 17.03
For Serving ,on first-degree murder charges Ronald Jackson, on May 23, But earlier this year, the Carter Pdt __ 1.1ICIt ICaaeJI 7%I N.U AJrI .10 III % ,Conn Lt It Pow __... m. Keystone S-4 "_._ UI

may be set when the fail term 1961. Supreme Court, on appeal by 30%I NY Ctntl _.?.._ Jog 50% Cowles Hag It Pb ,._.._ 1254 Life Investors ..____ 18.85
Teens '()if Circuit Court begins here on He was tried and convictedfor defense attorney Slgibee t Ceuta Air 1.01 M I Nil M Pow S.OO 17 Dunn b Bradal ...___.. Q Life Stack Fund ,_.,_ 1.05

Liquor Nov. 23.Reddish. the slaying of Croft In Scruggs, reversed the lower Chu Ohio UO 75Cosa Norfolk W 5,00 I. Florida Can ..........._. I Mass. Inv Stock ..__, ._.17.33
S Gu ......._ nt3" I No Ind P S .._.,.,,.1.15 II% '
Is under Indictmenttor Fla Nat I Bank _._. 14
March of 1982. Judge John A.H court conviction on the grounds Mm Mass. Inv Growth_ '.11
STAMFORD Conn. (lAP) I murder In the of .' CBS---,., 1.00h No fat Gas _,._ 1.55 13% Fla Tate ..._._._..__ 27'4
Thirteen slaying Murphree passed the m a ndauucu that a confession was obtained Poineer Fund _._ _.... 10.30
adults were on court Comb Eng ,,_ I.. IS' Olin Math 1.20 OOwllll %
Porrut Labs .___. 2t
from Reddish while he Puritan Fund ,_._ '.12
can today to answer charge was under Comut Corp _._ 31 II G 2.SO II7% .. .
Two Gainesville the Influence of Founders Ufa ,__ I% Putnam Growth _._ 11.34
that they served liquor minors Lawyers drugs Cone Hilla ..___ .00 30 Pac G A E '
to .
State 1.00 32% Franklin Life ..._..._ $740 TV dec "_...__ ....
T. E. Duncansaid
at private parties In upper. Attorney Cont Alrl ____... .41 30Conti %I Pac LtJIIf __ 2.40 31 Great American ,._.,_ 1241
Value Line Inc ...._._ 1.11
class suburbia yesterday the Reddish I _... .. ._ S.. 03Contrt Pac T' T __
Picked for ABA Groups Ins 1.20 2I% jfOliCr __..._.... 401.1
p Some if not all. of the de case would be on the docket Data __ 11 14 Pan Amer A ......._ 1.20 JI Cull Life __.__..._ .52'% NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS
fendants J L._..... Irxo MI..... 1 1 ..t.h... .. ........ &'1. .. when the fall term of court begins Parke
an expected to plead y. oca e a mi commit es states Corn Pdta ._ 1.50 S3% Dew ._ 1.00 2IPtMlOil % Hlnr Jones _.__ 15% Comp. Vol. Close Changea
'no contest to charges that they torney and University of Florida its reasons as a predicate for in Union County but thata Delta Air _. ..._ 1.10 12\ __ 2.00 44% Home Ins MM..,mil UM,,.,,,? 70SKennasaw
violated a 31-year-old Connecticut !. Law School Dean Frank E. further debate.Maloney trial date had not been set Oct Steel .11 14' Pfizer "'_.'_' ;0_ .101 40% Ufa .,,.. _.. 11 130,000 Xerox Corp 1144' off 554

law by serving drinks to Money are among 20 Florida! announced that he Croft and Whitehead a nephew Emerson II _._ 1.00 42.% Phelps DO __ 3.00 74\ Ufa of Fla "_"',?????, '" 84" 122,SOD Sperry Rand IS up H
minors during a round of teen- lawyers chosen to work on committees has already attended the first of Sheriff John Whitehead, Fair Camera .so, S4'4 Polaroid ___ .21 I"% Lower Company .......,.. I1U 120.:300 Wstnghs Ele 41'" up m

+,1 age parties in neighboring Dar- of the American Bar meeting of the Atomic Eenergy were fatally wounded by shotgun Flnen'.1 FId ..._ 1001 Pub Sy II: G ....,,1.00 W0 Mil,!) Electron .-__.....-. 11 102,200 Pepsi Cola 57% off 1'-
fen last June 31 Association. ABA President Law Committee to which he fire In the front yard of the Fat eIIlrtr ... _, un Pure Oil _._. ._ I. OR.yonler % Mori Guaranty Ins _, 23 73.300 Bell & Howl 20"% off H

Such-a plea means that the Lewis F. Powell Jr., of Rlc. was appointed. tome of Reddish' parents 't. Welt. rin. _, 12.% _._,_.. 1.00 42'0Rexall Pacific SW Air ...._._ 10Schllta 68.500 Tex Gulf Sul 82% up H

defendants cipresa willingness mood Va, announced today I ILazonby. "It'a a pretty high powered near Raiford. They had gone to Fla E Cat _._ 13' ...___, .1Ob HRey. % Brew -....,,.,,,- 4I S 88,000 Ford Motor 80% off '4

ir74 to accept the penalty without a member of the A.. committee," Maloney remark the house to serve a warrant on Food Fair ._.. .N IS', .. Melt __ .50 IZ" Secur Life Tr ... ......., 114 81400 Falrchld Hlllr 0% up %

t admitting guilt. The charge is a sedation's House of Delegates ed. 'Reddish The warrant had been FMC Corp ,__ ._., 1.00 10.% Rich "err _.,... 1.00 11'4 Southern Nitro ......__.. 2V 48.200 Pacific Tin 14% off %

{ misdemeanor, with a maximum for over IS years, win head the Compensation In the event of l issued by the county judge on .P'rIto Lay ___.__ 401 R C Cola ._,. ._ UI 3144 Travelers Ins ._.,_,...,.. 43% 43.700 Chrysler 84 off H
X11 j penalty of a year in Jail and a rganlzatkm'i Resolutions Com Injury in an atomic accident b the complaint of a neighbor, who Roy Dutch ...__.,_. 1.73g 50Searle I Univ. Cigar ._......_.,_. 8H 43,300 Pan Am 21 up li
11,001 fine. mittee. the main problem under discussion said that Reddish had fired a CD __ .10 II% I Union Security Inv. .,., IDS 42.000 Erie-Lack I".rr" H

f'' The casa hu stilted the eon- All resolutions brought before by the committee he shotgun Into his house the night' FulbrightWill Singer ...__...?_.,.. S.OO II% :30.MM Continental, Can II up I
science of wtll-to-do Fairfield the House of Delegates or before. Smith kin 1.20. II"ScIu AMERICAN: STOCK 31000 RCA :33% off H

+ t County a socially esteemed the national assembly m u atclear said.A recommendation: wQ be After Croft and Whltoheed Arrive Cal Ed ...._ 1.01 35 EXCHANGEAerojetGen: 29,200 Gen Motor low off %

Connecticut suburb about M the committee, Lars n b y made urging the ABA to go on were shot, Reddish wu takento St 011 Cal _....,,,.100 00% ...._..,. 2104
d C miles from New said. record the hospital .to Marks withan St OIllnd .._..,,,.,.SOOb OS
York.It Fri. Afternoonu.
: approving the section of Analax Corp ,_.,_..,.... 3044 ACTIVE STOCKS
In the event of disapprove. the apparently self Inflicted SIIrl Drug _... U 27% ; ,
out of Atomic Energy: Ad whichprovides Aqua Chem &I ,
grew auto
an accident
"' Volume Ctose Ckaage
Tel Vlil ..,_. ,,.,,.,. 1.20 85V4
In which attractive Nancy an extension of Insurance .pistol wound. Sen. J. William Ful- J Aurora Plastics __., S7
Hitchlngs 17 was killed about I Insurance coverage through 1N7 to During the (trill the state Introduced I bright, D.-Ark., guest speak- Textron Tidewater"_ 1.40 40% I Barnes Engineer _,. 2041 ] 18,500 Cent) Materials up S

two hours after attending a persons operating land base.. I a statement obtained ir at the UF'a Florida Blue -- 30 I Butler Shoe _.., ._.,. U" 43,300 Newal (no 1'% up Vt
niDi W ,
dinner party and a debutante Heeling acton. I unit! Reddish while ha was hi ]Key banquet Friday evening Union Pac A ..__". 47 ChromatoyCinerama .,____ 11'4 34.800 Salem-Broalui 0% off H?
lOOa 45
gathering where hard liquor To provide uniformity in I the hospital. The defense contended I Is" scheduled to arrive at the __.__ 4'- lUll lpery Rd -Wta. 'iii up '(
Und Atr L .__
1Mb M
was served to the youthful Friday world law, the committee also I that Reddish was under c Gainesville: Municipal Airport % Computer Sot .......__ S3% 28,300 Financial Gen 1W off Ve
Upjohn .,, ,100 11
guesti. A meeting of the North Central will recommend that the V. I. I the influence of drugs at that..it 3:40 p.m. Friday. Jim % I Cutter Labs A _..__ I'" ;
:Tuesday In Darien Circuits Florida join other countries In setting time and that the statement Fulbright will be met by Ron Of I Data Control .-....--- N'i
War Lamb ,_.. .70 11% I Purchases! ____.. .
Court, Michael Smith, I', another L lie Insur- damages for injuries received I should not be admitted Into I UFace, president of Florida' I Fulton lids ...,....._...._.. 5'%' ,
Worthlnlll __. __. ISO 47 Short Sales _... ...._ *,.;
guest at the parties, was nee Underwriter's from such accidents evidence. I Blue Key and all Lantaff. Miami Gen Develop .. _._.. 4% ; '
Other Sales! ..,__ m.B3ft
sentenced to M Asia'clation lawyer and toastmaster Jet Mlnil Mitts. _.. 5%
days in jail and .. it Total iiili =.:.== :
I fined ISO u the driver of the bacheded for the Blue Key banquet. Late MorningN. Meckey Airlines ___ I%
death car. Ha reportedly consumed Friday atthe Viet Screams Final Salute It .b not known whether Ful Mead Johnson _.__ WI PREVIOUS DA V'I i'ITOCK

U scotches with water Holiday bright will remain for the Sat Pac NW Tile .__. 1214 MARKET :j
before the accident His lawyers Inn urday's homecoming football Listing Philips Eke: ,_.__ 55
art appealing the sentence.: The session Before Firing Squad I II game at Florida Field between Redwing Carriers I.% ,Adv.nce. ____ .75:
Smith/ and Miss Hitchlngs had will begin al Florida and South Carolina. Alcoa U InlPan 30% We Group _.._. ,_ 3% I Declines .,, 'Of /01':

attended a email dinner party at'I oon. SAIGON, South Viet Nan I Smobn' last weak, there were I Preceding San. Futtrlghfs an.Carlncas AmAIr: 44 UUJoneseiL* KalaAl 32 1340% Sporry R. Wu.yntes _.._ 744 Total heuee _....,., ..1.341,

the home of Mr. and Mrs Francis E. H. Malone MALONE (AP) A U-yeaMld Viet Cent r telephoned. warnings .to I rival .t the ACL station at AmCan U Ken'cott __H'._ 55% 1 Unchanged __ m
E. Dutcber. He Is a vice I,Ice president of Gulf Life In- gent who tried to km VJ. Dense that Brnobn' would be put todeath I 11:121.01.: will be Virginia Mae AmCyan t> UgtMy 04 02%% TampaEl1C! .,.,,__ WA I New l 8>84 Highs _,._ 11

president of Johns Manvllle ranee Co. of Gainesville, willIe Secretary Robert .. Me- unless Trol's life was Peaches Brown guest apeak AmMot 10Mb Loch'd 30% Tech Measur _._..._ 15% I New 1882-84 Lows .. .11Happy

Corp. I the guest speaker. Namara went before a firing .... The American officer er lot Mortar Board ladles' ATM MLorlUard 44%
squad today shouting ,., live was reIIuIcI .....,. buffet at I p... Friday at the AmTob 38% Mag'vox 32%: NIW YORK TIMIS MASKS T AVIRAOIS. OCT. UNeOCkf.
I CrevasSe-Clark Clan Holds Ho Chi Minn" and "Americana Twenty VTemswisaa efflcsrs Student Service Cantor.Mn AmpxCp 17 MMAM M%I sops.. ...

I I get out of Viet Nam.* and dvOIana went en trial InSaigonen Brown b the first woman Anaconda W Mohasco 14% Hind Law Class. .
Reunion Cedar treaaosi .... ... at ever to be appointed to the I
on Key Guards dragged Nguyen Van Armour 12* Mons'to 01%I 25 Rolls I4IJI 14 7.11 141.02 Off M
Trot from Chi Hoe Prison to a euM bedtag the attempt to Interstate Commerce Commlt- Babcock H MontWrd 41%. Indmrrtela $11.75 II'.01 ,.",2 Off "It
By LOUSE: ANDREWS land; vice president Joe Crevasse overthrow Prembr Khanh enheA .!oa. ,
nearby soccer field where 11 Rho141 NalDalr OS So Smoke 512.29 SI .... SI 1.77 Off 1.4 1
Cemepeadeal St. Petersburg; registrar u. leNd) OH NatDlit 27%
CEDAR KEY The Crevasses Charlie Crevasse, Cedar military policemen waited with prosecution statement at
H Boeing 1ft N.AmA 10%
carb_. Keystone flI..
Clark family reunion Key; secretary treasurer, the start eredttad Gen. WilliamC. Borden 77 Penney 00%

was held Sunday in Cedar Pearl Crevasse and Abellne After repeatedly shouting Westmorabad. cansmandsr Woman Killed Bnmswk M PRR 40%I T FLASHES I INEW
Key with a large attendance I England Cedar Key Alston ,defiance of Americans and Premier of U.I. forces III VIII Nam and CatorTr 17 PepCola M T

L } from various parts of the connM Ian, Mr. Velma Leynes, I Nguyen Khanh the con- his chief of staff, Ma]. Gen MONTICELLO (AP) -A Key. Celanese OfH PhUmor 70%

try Cedar Key has been set: Gainesville; aad program, 4 damned youth screamed his Richard Stlhren. with a major stone Heights, woman wu killed Chryslerk PbUlPel 88% YORK (AP-Sleela and presidential election.
by the families as he permanent Mrs. Pearl Whelan, Jackson I final salute to Ho Chi Minh, the role in preventing the coup. and four other persons were CocaCota in RCA 21% declined the stock
site .for the 'annual gettogetlar. .we. I president of Communist North The two generab persuaded Injured today when. a ear and a Comtd ie% RepAtl 40 market motors .headed lower u to moder I marred tome fairly sharp hemp ee
: Those attending the reunion Viet Nam. the r.btlaaot to attack Tan Son pickup truck collided near here Coddle 13% Revlon 10ContCen this among coppers, rails
MnObeta Oak daughter from out ef town were: Mrs. Trol refused a blindfold but Hind air fares.. after the enforce i A highway patrolman said im ReyToh 41% atoractive trading early farm Implements, ehoakaia

of Captain Bob Crt, an life Vetau Crevasse Leynes Mb I guards tied one on Just before refused to join to the coup the automobile ran Into a water DowCho M... CtRegP 22% afternoon.Losses ef fractene to shout'spoint and. office e.ilpmenls.Tbe .

twly.aettler, la B yoara old and Dorothy Leynes, Dr. and Mrs. I the shots rang out. I attempt Nearly 4.. Americans fined dip In the highway and duPml m Seaboard 10' among key stock outnumbered Aanclaled Press average
the youngest member la James Lamar Crevasse Jr. lad twe Newsmen and photographers are also stationed there. went out of controlVardeB r.AL11 Sears IBM of 80 stocks: at noon was elf .t

Madison Crevasse sot of Mr. children Sheriff aad Mrs. Joe witnessed the execution. I, The coup badan apparently Dkkenoa .,..,. a Kodak l. Ancblr 40% Street.gainers.Wall was ....pled at 1270 with mdustrlala all Brratio
and Mrs. Charles Jr. Crevasse and convinced that alnrt Firestone 44% 01% off g and utilities off J:
pevaasa daughter, Peg: Trol was arrested May f while became In the automobile, Soeeny ,with the. Brlllan election and
Mrs. Jean and Mrs. would be caught' to passenger FtaPL 84 SetithnC 04 I The Dow Jones Industrial oversge -
Cmaaae Nofl. Alexandria Maidb Flowers of totting. a bomb under a bridge Americana was killed % % I the aaoatbdMy that at (he Labor
Va, was on band Gainesville; ]McNamara was to cross threelays the fighting. UA suppers would Ford M SperryR 11% I lies wto they might etlffen towns at noon war down til aC

getting final details cancerahng : Mr. and Mrs Bernhard [.ry. c bier.When ) be alienated lid the rebel cause FrmstDa imMBrand 70% ,I rates b) Britain and this m IS. -
the history if the famines flee from Tallahassee; and Mr. terrorists to Venezuela would be doomed even If they C. HodgeFound FrentSul O"% ItO NJ 5744 ,would bad to similar action In Prices were mixed on ski:

for a book the Is coapttng and Mrs St Clair Crevasse; 1 1t kidnaped U.!. U. CoL_Michael:won. Fresh?? SMStadebak 7% I the United Slates. American Stock Cxenaog. 4:
and will have pubMed the t Mbo Kay Crevasse; Mr., and Guilty GenDya 10% Swift tt% At the. same time the investment moderate trading 2

new year. J. C. Rowed, .Trenton Mrs. A. l!. Crevasse; Mrs J. Of Assault GenE 80H Tenee 04% community wu unsettled Corporate bonds were miieC

has been asslstmg Mrs.' S. Brash Mr sad Mrs. Wallace Railroad Donates GeaPds 88% Tbtokel 11% t by the scandal tovoivtog aa I in light trading U... gavera.
Moil In her research. Brush; Mr. and Mrs. W. Newberry I e t. r Clayton CenMllb 44VUCarb 120DeoMtrs aide .to PoedenJohswen and I metal bonds were mostly tot:

Holland Crevasse, Waahb 1- M. McCreary; Mrs. Joseph Modge was fated gttfty.daggravated IN UactAJrt 17% the poselbto effect ef tots. en the!changed -*
I ton, D. C.. wad a letter writ- Crevasse Sr.; Mrs. Virginia assault Widaaadayki fioodrkr MU Ualrvlt 1114

j ten by his talker Hale Cref Measma and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Land Waldo Aiacbua Coiasty Clreill 1 l ; oodiziiii Slit I

f vane, on his early life on the Crevasse Sr. of Tampa; to Court kt a case which summed! CreyM nUatvMal 14%) hbell Sidelights \
Cul/OII lout WeatgEI 42V,
}Island of Attena Me before Arthur Crevasse, Lakeland; from the Aegmt M boating el' IntHarv M 4i WiaaDis 40latNkrk
moving to Cedar Key. Mr. Mr. and Mn George Dorset, Laa .... Judge J. C
WALDO The Seaboard been at sou hart M a city Henry M Woolwtn 20. Smells GoodMIAMI i eFnJttessTermites -
Hale Crevasse Is stiH living BlUchlon.; Mr. and Mrs Ceo. Air Line Railroad hu donated parit Adktoj deterred aantaactog.The ,

\ with his wife In Western North Robert Leynes. Water Haven; to the City of ..... the I*. 7 a Uria, wtsds la M feet veHM was ...... la (AP>- HurrtcsM It- MIAMI (AP- at a**
[ Carolina but waaj/ unable to and, from Jacksonville, were acre strip of bad which has laaf and 71 feet wtee, has been, about two keen by a sirs :: Si. Pete Lawyer ball whipped'. a tornado Into a tour.story apertment bauea ware..

(attend the reunion. He Is Oi 'Mrs Pearl Crevasse with grandson baaed to tile ely br about > sea )1',. Defense attorney liquor store Wednesday. happy about Hurrkaaa bbctt. :tlAA

years old and says lie plans to and Mr. and Mrs. John yean far a namtoal. sans, aad Richard Wilson said ae .- IB Suspended bet- ixtermJnaior led wraanad*
| attend next year.Mn. A. Leynes and children. Starke J-C's .been b ee as I city park during ton has been made en appeal. "I don't know now many the building ki a huge. ay Ion?

Chris Mameson, Gamesf -' Mn. WlBard W II k e non that ttose.Denatton lag the .H0.swt. TALLAHASSEE AP) John use of wMsky were broken, lent and was getting ready to2fumigate

f vule. gave the history of her Shreveport La.: Joseph Cre To Hold Sale W the and M the Witnesses for die state sell 0. EawrlgM: el St. Petersburg manager Charles Dowse said, when bbeOo wtodi. *

I father Judge Augustus SlftIt.1 yams Richmond, Va.; Charlie ctty: was discussed at a recentmeottoa fled the ..... skies ..- WIt sisependad from the peso but the floor b covered wWi Hand ripped the ton down S

who settled first ee A.. Stratiberg. KeysleaeHeights STARKE Tee Starke Jaycees ; ef eke ..... Cawed red si Hodge's .home, bit Leaf.rdItoa paved tow lit ene year, effee- II smells pretty good In, The !leala are .used to prevent 2
It and bier came to Cedar ; Mr. sad Mrs. Ned will conduct a eoorUvfoor with H E Wehardaoa, SAL "WoddjT ...... .........,. I her.." poison gas from emplng dur-..
ey In 1M1 Judge Steel wu'Folks and daughters Mr. and :North Florida dlvtotoa engineerand Newberry realtor .. E. Sepniccetneessled tog the extormmallng. and now"*_
.t'" aster in IN."He ewned'Mn. August Schlemmer and'' tale Saturday ef garbage by attorney Phi The SUM. Aspreme Court or the termites will be spared (ore -
I I railroad
,! the bland of Atotaa We. andy daughter and Mrs. Henry''race holders as a means ef talc ... attorney Jim Cbytin. lortoa and another men, new) dared the sns>anslsa Wadeseday I Deer few more days.
t after. .Ike Fbrlda Bar Beard atCevenan Escapes
I sold fa MB Dr. Ed-[troika tram DanaeOoa: funds for their aaaaalChrtstmaa .
y was to mi : gene to Hedge's farm to as NAPLES ( rttllJ -
called lit
win Andrews. Mrs. Mameson I r From Cedar Key:' Mr. and party lot undsrprivbf I Bettec DaSha aeneraleknMsaa ante, tko ..... Veen arrfctog.lepf .1 sutrlghtThe
Florida's fewer wet
......... en
(had a .......... The TelepnbBshctf -,'Mrs. Joseph Wilder; Mr. and I 4 chOdrns. ef Ose Ort tanrevemaat sent Nedge aefearedbe. coast, stock area etoboared by Head ,Trouble
1ft. to Cedar Key Mn. Carl England Mr. and \ Aaaocbttoa. aaid M b rtdiIIC ......... ... court said Enwrlght'iriiMiveiaajaibigtadttM Dims four ,
1M and many other pee-;.,.Mn. Gene Hodges Mr*. Her- Chris Parker chairman of planned. to beaetify tae park braadtohtof a ptotol. aadUtrstaabg ..... Hurricane yean MIAMI AP) -One ef Httrticane
leas ef trot day wild ''view FeQbauer; Mr. and Mn.R. I fee campaign said be wffl bej I ami make R aonvtjve far tsar ate ..... I missy of ate Om wUD that ef age. get through to goodshape. Labels few casualdea kt

hacsd to Judge Steak.wu +! .M. Brambtt. Mn. Nice- MUnued Okrongh. tVeelive -- bto u WIll Of far beat reat-i Sepf aajd Laaejarl whs was the cisata and tnara ... a ..,. Miami wu a .yllHlll aabev
This me tMrd. rexttoabe. ,bee Rewhad; Mr. and Mn. Sat rd yes ,...... p ate HiMiJtt swMkiy Mafl ba.radtd. fcl anartoga to .. ant tends Tbe eny damage 1 knew sat who bent .his heed agatoat

De .... and they lave,'Cession Rtoe: Mr. and .... At ... bet ef the The raflroed b aha daaattoejto On smear tram ef tares estates bet J M.Eawrtanl about" anorMf Daaf stodryseat the wind and walked hate. a ...

I a committee to cea 'Codes Crevasse Sr.; Mr. and masting : taw city sits..a, and ines''Badge its eN n kas grease I retaual ate ...,. bet nlgH la a ores MewsM.osaprePSntA1 eecaObei.He .
i with* staas far Ike years! lint Charles Crevasse Jr.; Mr. (Rune City Council lilt arsf heard: ea anferty' to leetfeWahte :After toftbf krtofly wish Bar The cenrt aaid EawrtgaT* wee Seta Kram ... was
they are: .r....l'bad Mn. Joe Soother and Mr. 1 let MCtfalQtfttedly. die eadasnsent : wkM law bean aav,i'toe. Hedge aanmsjirid fell fnads skewed slid ad Jtmrmes' let reeled for a minor head woawa)

Anaar Cmaase. Laka and Mrs David Aadrewt. I chased by lie SAL. I J I."....." and the .. p.w.lsa.tel rather MrMr :bark dear ......" I and acute a enbarraatmeoL"


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11 Gainesville Sun Ti ,,.'October 15, 1964 ;

Iedjish: ,. \Hitting\ : Mood as Weather Cools: I

'Redtisn and trout are In a hitting mood during October'a -S a a 1. Hunters U years of age and older win be permittedto EgUn Reserv.tIOn :
cooler days and they ire In closer, Ai. the coldest months stT v )' apply for advance reservations. Blinds not reserved through The second special hunt opens on the Citrus Wildlife Management -
arrive, they will be in the rivers leading to the Gulf, and In a the use of this system ,will be filled on a first-conre, first. Area In Central Florida on October 17 with daily
such'grand fishing places ai East Pass. Turtle ,Creek Bay; served basis prior to each day's hunt. hunting through November 1, and five special weekend hunts
Wacasassa River, Shired Island, Horseshoe Cove, and Crystal 2. All hunting will be.from 25 blinds to be" provided by through December .. Archers will be required ,to Possess .
,River.: the Bureau. A blind fee of flM per blind per* day will be. special Citrus archery permit and check In and out of the.
.. FISHING REPORTS collected by the Bureau to defray the cost of.blind con check stations when leaving the area Citrus archery'per.
Crystal River struction and administration of the hunt. As many,as three mits may be obtained from offices of the County Judge In
hunters will be to hunt from one blind. Citrus County Permits win also be available at no. 2 and ,
Despite :25 to 35 mile winds, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Curington permitted
and George and Ginny Sparks of Gainesville captured 64 2. All hunters will enter the refuge bunting area throughthe no. 4 check stations during the first five days of the special,

II speckled trout on the Crystal River flats. According to Johnny I. rusk i'hilplltt Tltusvllle security gate where they will pay the blind hunt.
Elmer of KNOX'S BAIT HOUSE, this was the outstanding bus Ib ld,5 t,1i111r: fee and obtain their permits and blind assignments Routesto The third special hunt opens on he Flsheatlng" Creek,
I t catch In !the area for this exceptionally "breezy" trip. and from blinds will, be, established and designated on ,Wildlife Management Area in South Florida on January, land _'
t HorseshN Beach maps which will be distributed to' all hunters. Parking sites continues for three weekend hunts through January 31.

I, .Mrs. H. A. Lawrence LAWRENCE'S CAFE says both for each blind will, be Indicated, by numbered ,markers' The Flsheating Creek archery hunt win be open for wild
trout and redllsh have been plentiful except when winds were ana shown, on maps.! hog hunting only and archers will be 'allowed one per day
too high for some people to go out-particularly those In /. Hunting will be permitted only from sunrise until noon and two per season Archers will be required to )possess a
1t smaller boats. One of the best recent catches was that of'' five ,day. per week Tuesday through Saturday,. .during. the special Fisheatlng Creek archery permit costing 500. permits
71 redflsh by Leo Law and Clyde Porterfield of Lake City. On period. November :25 through January i. will be available at the Guano m River check station.'

another trip Frank and Sam Oosterhout got :25 redflsh and 5" Hunters must provide all of the hunting equipment' they Aldrich said that archers will be required to posaeai *
HI" trout. birds which regular hunting license in addition to the special hunt permits
/ 1 expect to use, including: the means of retrieving I
As the weather clears, the annual fall arrival of Horseshoe ,6 fall into deep water. Airthrust boats will .not be. permittedon Archers may also use bow and arrows to take wild-
fishermen will be much In evidence at Shired Island, Horseshoe 4 ..rD the refuge.-, life during the regular statewide hunting season. 10 order
I Cove, and many favorite nearby creeks.Wacaiaisa c iy 51 I. Hunks, I desiring advance reservations must apply in to, qualify as:a legal method of taking :game animals 'a''
r' River bow must 'be capable of casting a on ounce' hunting arrow
f WILLIAMS CAMP II now accessible after the floodingby writing prior to October 20 \to the Refuge Manager Merritt 150 yards Cross bows are prohibited for taking game animals.Florida's .
Island National Wildlife Refuge P. 0 Box K6. Tltusville. ,
Hurricane Dora, and fine catches of redflsh'.re being -
Florida for advance reservations must
,31780. Applications ,
in daily. The fishing should be good through November
brought and much of December for red fish and trout. '4wr d contain the name and address of the applicant and the pre- Finest Fishing loatSTUMPKNQCKE"R '
ferred date or dates for which the reservations are desired. '
,Hugh Simmons and Tom Hudson are credited With M
Blind fees should not be submitted with application. Reservations ; ;
redfish In the creeks north of Wacasassa toward Cedar Key
for preferred hunting dates will be awarded by means
Dentin .
t ''I -Truman Roundtree speaks glowingly of the Destln fishingarea of an Impartial public drawing to be held after October after the 20. I 14-ft,. 6-inch Fibre,lees Flat bottom' _
be notified possible
Applicants will as coons as
which has a $7000 tournament underway. He quotes I Reoiilor $119.95 $29995
I Captain "Bing" Trammell! of the boat REVEILLE and MOTEL drawing SPECIAL THIS WEEK .. .. ;
: .
I REVEILLE as saying 3S boats. raised SO sailfish In one 7. Only one application will be accepted, from any .one I .
day plus I blue marlin. One blue marlin weighed 450 pounds. individual. A maximum of one blind for a maximum of '. .

They need go but :25 miles from Destln, according to Captain three dates may be applied for on one application. Applicantsmay Jimmy Moore'sPHONI : .:, .
I to four sets of alternate dates for consideration
Trammell!, for this exciting game fishing specify up ;
: I Lk-a Santa Fa Trout Fishermen in the event that first-choice dales requested have already ). v s. ioi .i iLA'ioo':
Mrs. Bobby ShIpman of SHIPMANS FISH CAMP, Earle- been filled. An applicant, at his discretion,' may list EASY 64-S7
These four Gainesville antler hauled in 72 trout Starlet' Fla.
the names of other members of hunting party. Reservationsare
I ton Beach, reports Gainesville catches as follows: Mr. and CREDIT
Mrs. George Myers, 34 speckled perch, Tony and Dondee recently at Crystal River. (L-R) are Lewis Dunn not .transferable and will not be honored at the check 4
Migro, 24 perch and 9 bass, Mr. and Mrs David Bryant Dennis Curlnjrton Charles Smith.and Ellery Dunn. station. unless the applicant or one of the party members TERMS r "
33 speckled perch Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long and daughter the rivers mouth. listed\ on the application takes part In the hunt. Each hunter '

Patty, 21 bass, the team of Sherouse and Holladay, 35 Could It' be a mammoth manta ray, a gigantic sturgeon must possess a valid Florida hunting license' and a f3,.' :

perch, Alfred and Janie Thompson, M speckled perch, Mr.; or a primeval sea serpent? The first two have been found Federal duck. stamp.
Mrs. Robert Middleton, 32 speckled perch; Jack Hogan and at the mouth of Gulf coastal rivers Size estimates by the Special Archery Hunts ,
i John Morgan, Jacksonville 55 speckled perch, Louise and party members ran from 800 pounds to 5 tons and a mini, Florida's archers will have four special hunts In which to
Carol Capretta, Starke, 27 perch and 6 bass'' up to 6Vfc mum of 20 ft, in length, It was never seen during the 45- test their skill and hunting ability during the 19M-65 hunting
pounds, Joe Jacobs and son Louis Earleton, ,30 speckled minute battle, but you can get odds that It. hasn't been; season, according to A, D. Aldrich, director,. Game and
perch, Perry Lyons and W. C. DIxon, Starke, 51 perch, matched In recent Suwannee history! Any beta? Fresh Water Fish Commission.The "
t'// Jim Long and Bob Wilkins, Orange Park, 7 bass with Rapala. Children's Fishing Rodeo first special hunt opens on the Eglin Wildlife Management -
lure, and 29 per cent The Alachua County Sportsmen Association, with the. Area In Northwest Florida on October 24 with dally
I Oraage Lake cooperation of the Alachua County Commission and the Florida hunting through November I. Archers will be required to
R. W Campbell has resigned as manager of HOLIDAY Came and Fresh Water, Fish Commission, will hold a possess a.special Eglin hunting permit and check In and
> 1 FISH CAMP, Orange Lake. Ha Intends to remain In this Fish,a-thon Saturday, October 24, at the County Landing on out of the hunting area daily. Eglin permits may be obtained
aria In another capacity. His many friends wish him well Newnan'i Lake. Between 8:30 and 11:30: A. ,N;,, children, will through the Air 'Force Forestry. Section at Jackson
I and remember him warmly for his many courtesies and contest for prizes In three divisions: 8 years and under, Guard Station, Niceville, ,,or. at 'any forestry tower'on thee I
Southern hospitality ,", 9 through 11, and ,12 through 14 years, of age ,Prizes; will
Dr. Jack Smith, University of Florida, caught 10 bass near be for the' largest single game fish, plus' the largest fish r In ,
Cross Creek entrance Saturday H. used Rapalas and Fly Bass,: Panfish, and Catfish Divisions. There will also be
Rod Bugs. He fished from MAE AND NELL'S FISHING prizes for 'the largest non-edible fishthe first ''fish caughtIn t tWtok
CAMP and enjoyed his new 7V4 H. P. weedless outboard each division, and the greatest variety caught by one The GARCIA AMBASSADEUR. 5000AItnttt If
I motor. fisherman. The youngest fisherman to catch fish win get ,
1.HetI" W......" vht* 4
I New Fish Management Areas 1 prize. The prizes will vary from rods and reels. to fish deebie.d with s.rckm. If spy red) l. $241Me '. :
Six new fish management areas were established at the'' stringers h.b6.?. 3 at sow ,.._1., few r r.il ,rl... I
4 mission at Silver Springs, September :25 The new areas Several rules must be followed, such as fishing with cane '.00 .. .; ". .t ..
an Lake Francis and Rex Beach Lake In Highlands County; poles only and using no artificial bait. Another rule Is thata THIS WIIK ONLY 4 eo... ,.... to tilt Fife* *f 1 M ... ;
Watertown Lake In Columbia County; Lake Talquln In Leon fisherman S years old or younger must be accompaniedby T't oevlae taw ,....5. ,I ? I
1 and Gadsden Counties;; Lake Eaton In Marion County and an adult or an older brother or sister: Children must ,: : :
Lake Dlas In Volusia County.' ,bring their own cane poison but the bait will be furnished free. .s.sent ; ,'
.. .. Fishing Therapy On the committee (for this tournament are Dwight Hunter, M
TJrr great value of sport fishing as a therapy for mentalor Ed Willis, "Wally" Waller Lee Pankratj, Roy. Perkins, Bob .., ..
handicapped patients at hospitals and health centers la Routa, Norris Crlegler. and Dave Countlss
widely recognized and utilized by medical authorities.' It > Dialogue LfowooRs4NskoPk 'II'IIIoIIXT
has long reflected the fact recently given public expression 'Your columnist 'How's your fishing!"<
by'"the American Medical Association that fishing la a Hugh Simmons', Caught 30 bass at Orange Lake. !". t l I22J I. IMvtnJly riMM I7-U f '
t healthy tenslon-relaxer. A number of states already make Your columnist: "How about the law" TO GATOR MARINI

special concessions from licensing requirements for patients Hugh Simmons: "Oh. ;i. uhf ,'l had two with mel"! - ------ ----- '
under such treatment. Moreover, the U. S. Fiah and Wildlife Scout Swimming Meet' '
,Service customarily stocks ponds on hospital grounds Wilier Welsch of the University of Florida and his assisting I I'I'i
with fish for such use, as do some states. officials are to be commended for the extending 'of, ,
Suwanaee Sea Monster! swimming competition to all Scouts in this district. It means. .
Does the Suwannee River hold another Loch Ness monster? safer swimming, boating, and fishing i
Ask Tommy Rldgell,. Dan Byrd,' or Cecil Durant-also ask Walter is always ready at the drop of 'a hat or an invitation \
their wives! Last Sunday, 100 yards Inside, East Pass from to demonstrate mouth.mouth resuscitation or to' givea ( ,
the?main river, they latched onto a giant fish which was survival swimming demonstration The October 3 meetat I.
either entangled with or had swallowed a crab trap. Attaching the University Pool is another successful effort on the \ -

'a line, to the bobbing crab trap corks, they attemptedto long list of",his contributions to local swimming and boating .' I i.1&I i.
bring the super fish to shallow water as it sped furiously safety. : 1. ,
toward the Gulf., But It only' dove and hugged the river Merritt Island Duck Hunting t" {
bottom against the pull of Rldgell 75 H: P. motor. Finally, A proposal to permit waterfowl hunting on a portion of ,;, fl. -r. \ I ,
with the full power of the motor In reverse against thefish's the Merritt Island National Wildlift .Refuge near .TltusvUle ;,;, fiJii.t' ; ';i; i v '1 .. ,
pull, the crab trap's J," nylon rope .napped, and Florida. during the 198445 waterfowl hunting season has v ;,
the Suwannee latest mystery fish swam merrily away. been announced by the Bureau of Sport fisheries. and Wild .. I
Rldgeli believes, the fish will\ surface, If, damaged by the life and the National Aeronautics and Space Adminiitration. ,: ,
crab trap, and may be found on some shallow bar near Meritt Island Refuge comprising' approximately 25,500 ? <
acres of land acquired by NASA for the Kennedy Space Center Mexican Mayhem
"' ": t ( '" \ ,, _'" ; {!
'",-. ""' "' ."_.\ was established in August. 1963, under, terms of an U
." ''' Twl'o h. A'w. \ :;. agreement between the Department of I the Interior ,and This giant Grouper landed off Yucatan by Jack i
'; n.' vetloeLSolunar \ NASA. C. May (U and J. N. (Nibble). Anderson, local ;: \

: ..... The proposed action, recently announced ,In (he Federal Gainesville ? businewimen, weighed 270 pounds and 1J
J' Register Is In keeping with the Bureau's program/ to develop ., measured 6-feet-6-inchea. The "Zorro" type out* J

the recreational potential of national wildlife refuges fate are to protect against the burning Mexican Sun. ..
where such use is compatible with the management K
!'f. .a- ....e' ; jectives of each area. .
The program furthers the NASA Kennedy Spact Ob-I QUALITY MONARK FISHING I

TM .-.. N AW.a, PIyll. II policy of affording controlled public access without
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Thundo,. October 15. 1964 Gainesville Sun 19I

I English Hit Polls After Rowdy CampaignLONDON i. _Service. News .2- I

Army sgt. David w. nugeon. aiate school, u. S. Naval Base,
whose wife, Sharon, lives on Newport. Rhode bland.

(AP) Britain right since: 1950, when the Labor become prime minister and'|creasing industrial productivity. Some 1.700 candidates were In 363 Liberals and 36 Commuthe -, Route 4, was recently assigned Sate Ensign Tilley is a 1964 grad
to the 21st In of
Artillery Germany Florida
voted for a new House of Commons -won a six-seat majority in the I Britain will take a swing to the Each said It could do this better I field today including 629 nists. The rest are from minor 1 ty State Unjv -
communica where
Sgt. Prldgeon a he
today after therowdiest House of Commons. left. Mao the other.GENERAL. [Conservatives, 628 Laborites ty parties. Bachelor wag awarded .1
lions chief In Headquarters Battery I of Science degree..

; campaign of modem times. The Leaden of both the Conserv.ve Douglas-Hume, II, who shed: of the 21st Artillery's 3rd
"' -
outcome, like. the weather! was and Labor parties made the an earldom last year to become:1 I Missile Battalion' entered the I Airman Second Class JOh ;

I uncertain. jsual prediction of victory but prime minister, wound up his' Army in September 19.ri6
ill conceded the finish would be 100-speech campaign by askingthe 'I SEE By He Is a 1955 graduate of Tren- irsffsote

Final public opinion polls ,:lose There was a possibility doubters: "Do you really ton High School and attended Outstanding

1 Wednesday JOII1lsed.clORst. hat: the Liberal party which think that Britain can com the University of Florida man of the Month at CaipTon

r lad only seven members In the'pete with other countries by The sergeant Is the son of Air Force Station Alaska.

::ast Parliament, would emergeith shackling individual enterprise "Mrs. Marie L. Holder, 1104 SE Airman Dalton|, radar

ElecfricalAppliances the balance of power. I ?" .the SUN I 14th StFrancis. In was chosen for the honor operator -

The election will name San Wilson, 48 a pipe-smoking recognition of his conduct
Installed I nembers of the House of Com- economist told a wildly cheering M. Salt fireman apprentice -and duty performance. He, is

'.. tltctrful N..... ''Io nons. The party which wins the rally in Liverpool: "We care HOSPITAL Smith, Cross CityDISCHARGED. 2121 W. University Ave., at t USN, son of Mrs assigned to the

Resident.. a I CommercialInduitrnl ''I I Ir nost will form the government. for people; they care for profit Oct. I.. 14BIRTHS IR 5 p m. Wednesday at W. University : John Lewis of Hawthorne Is ComroUndWarnlnjSqSa
CALC I We care about opportunity; they : : Ave and 20th Ter. serving aboard the anti- submarine airman, a graduate of

If the Conservatives win, are preoccupied with Inheritance Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kleckley Mrs Addle B. McMillan Mrs Gerald L Bush. 1805 SE SOU)I warfare support aircraft: Chlefland High Sc/i0'- enter

tr .. : P. Dressier i itr :'rime Minister Sir back Alec Doug- : and preserving inherI- 1108 SE 19th Terr., a girl; Mr. Cheryl J. Evans. Mrs. Mary L.,St. and a parked car, at 4:09!i carrier USS Intrepid which recently ed the Air Force In March 1W:
as-Home will to No. 10 Hw
Electrical Contrector I II I Street go to lead fourth tance." and Mrs James C. Garrison, Brown Mrs Eliz. Jones and p.m. Wednesday at W. University received the Navy's Battle wife, Charlcne. Is thi

Phone FR 6-6193 owning a to Jr. 1801 NW t3rd St., a boy; daughter Mrs. Betty Sumrall Ave. and 7th St. Efficiency "E" daughter of Mr. and Mrs C
1 of rule. If the Labor. The Laborites promised' G. Jones
erm Tory and son, Mrs Marie Hcitiman of Trenton
910 N.W. 4th St. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sherouse
end Britain's nuclear William C. Staton. Rt. 4 I
i Harold Wilson will separate and Claretha Jones,
r tes win, 12th Terr, Mr daughter, Sandra Yvonne D. r e e -
4100 NW a girl; p
deterrent in favor of new arrangements and Rod Arkell Sr., 70S NW 6UiSt Marine
Suttles and
Mrs. Barbara J. Gun
and Mrs. John H Dreblow, Box :, daughter of Mr. and Mrs B. II n cry Sergeant
Western .
for ., at 3 55 al
greater Wednesday
Charles T. Hicks, Jr, Rudolph p.m. Henry C.
and son, of Route 4 here Allen IOn of Mr
795 ,
allied participation in atomic Williston, a girl Mr Mr. Fred S\V 13th St. and 2nd Ave. Dupree com- Mrs Ind
Mrs Andrew James Stephens, Washington pleted ten weeks of basic tram- Henry T. Allen of Haw
strategy. Douglas-Home Ralph L. Jo 'ner, 1321 SW
damrsuillc R. Kahler Mrs. Larrie Jacob- > thorne,
831 SE 12th Ave. a girl ing at Recruit Training Com was promoted to 'bti
pledged to keep the sen, William Warrington. Ella 16th SL and Michael A. Martinez present
ADMITTED.Mrs : NW 7th 3V), mand (women). United States rank reccnUyIt: / !!
3448 Ave., at :
I j I Guilford Pille.
[Humphries, serving
The Labor party also Intends Susan Garrison Mrs. Wednesday In the ISO I Naval Training Center, Bails with Marine Air Bam
MONKS K \MMSl p.m.
< Squadron
ASS ,. I Ito renationalize Britain steel Frances M. Isaacs Most Wilson POLICE FIRE! REPORT block of NW 13th SL bridge, Md. and was graduated 24, Marine Aircraft
Industry and clamp down on Alice Kleckley Wilma T. Accident Roundup during a military review held/ GroP24.aunitofthe Second
land speculators. Both parties Sherouse Avis S. Chen, MaryH. Robert ". Zant. 2720 Archer on Sept. 25. The local WAVE, Marine Aircraft Wing at the
sI promised to attack Britain'sadvene McKnlght, Jolon L. Pridg- Involved in accidents' reported Police Road and Myrtle K. Rogers, a graduate of CHS, spent a 14- Marine Corps Air Stilton, her

-.- trade balance. by inattic eon, Cora Lee Stephens. Jim by the Gainesville the\ Alachua 2411 NE 12th SL. at 1:30: p.m. day leave with her parents before ry Point, N. C. I....
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I my D. Buxton, Myron S. Hei County Sheriffs Office duringthe Wednesday at 500 SE 7th St. reporting to U, S. Naval Is serving as NorhCoitimisslonHl -

dlngsfield all IIi Gainesville; [ Air Station, Glynco, CII., for Officer In Charge el'
1 FolKS by beortelinzmdviir ( Nora T. Dreblow Williston.; Amos Sam II. Leverette Elkton St. and Tummy 1. Johns 2211,|air controlman school

't oDJA KAM-N./YT 1XL\ APT!* CMC NTS, 1 S OUMTA WV svMI A. Polk Trenton; George: ,'Fla. and James K. Hardee NW 22nd Ave., at I:37 a. m. Airman Apprentice D up '\*
BAs ABOUT $*T TUB TMMP THC TRAMP SAID pLIA. / ROOD ewMMseauI P. Rippey Melrose, Christine received Instruction In naval Ticket
s' .N/Rig MAC HAPPY ABOUT IP IT MAC ALL 512 NW 9th Ave., at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday at NW 17th St. and1st i Put ?
R Hawthorne Evva
.IVIN' A TaAMr Tlla FOaD THC SAM TO n Andrews ; Wednesday on E. University Ave. orientation naval history, citizenship *, '
MIS Lt1NCM j MIMUf M>SHtFFLtHTD 1TO ........,. Ave. and current events, naval On Sale For
tAW BOMB- i IAT TMI WOOOJ q .. .. E. Arch
*t An Ina Allen rrawley, :3160
Geraldine W. Salley 403 SW { ships, aircraft and arma-
WOODS AN'.Aa/.Ttl. ,
lei WpM NoaACt! Nl l 1 ; rrlMti ,10th St. and Lenah W. Arrlng- er Road and Charlie Nelson, tn.nl... n.iml Inhi And.. training. Cliaritv w HallTkketshavegontoniale.at"''II''
; .. Rt 2. at 8:20 am Wednesdayat :
ton. Rt S, at 7:12: pm. Wednesday self Improvement. ;; t.- first aid,
2WM W Ave :
.... _,....,., .1" at SW 13th St. and 5th University physical training and military. a donation of |5 per couple V
Ave. and drill during h 11
.. .' bearing the
I .... .. .... Fire Calls Indoctrination period I Th Exchange Club Chaff....
Ily HAIl.
Joel 3101 SW 34th .
At 7.M Wednesday an enlisted for
p.m. Gainesville Wave
I Tom
214 NW 104 FR 1.1472 I Hutoon
ALSO III OCALA St. and Herbert J. Sullivan I'littrkal short at 711 NW Ith three Exchange club
swIFT years president said 71 immbVi
1 Ter Nil damage In are
She was active PresbyterIan
1 PREMIUM nw wiling blot* of tickets.
: :J'o OR SIUOINSTEAK : Fresh Sliced I.efWIRT'S PREMIUM Starts Tomorrow GAINESVillE Drl..I. youth group DIA and I, club' hoplII to sell'" 1.5111I tkkkets

CANNtD First Are* Showing Th..treb SUBURBIADRIVIIN I chorus before entering thi to the ball planned Nov. u'it
4'' : : LIVER PICNIC 'Navy She enlisted In July the Moose Club.

THIATRISttrtt Proceeds from the charity
'Zc.Lill. .h LB. $i69 Ttnleh TiOObrlain Airman Robert C. Crewa sun, ball are used to buy shoes for
:: 3b5.I CAN i I bnrdOI L of Mr. and Mrs Charles J. Indigent children to help sup.

iwirrs .PREMIUMPOIRNOUSI Ii d r- ,.. ., m N Crown of Rt 4. completed the port the Gainesville Boys Club.-

.I ,. o* SWIFFS UTTUSAIL first phase of his Air Force and for other charity purpose,:

t T.OONt 10 TO 12 1$. AVC.TURKEYS R Mli / ON A basic military training at Lack lIutson said.Dhlring '
0 :!STEAK r" s, ('/'( PlilO\ \ land AFB. Tex. the pam four yei ;.
I i" RIBS Airman Crown has been selected the ball has provided $11,000'20

::'. JbNN 2.4 '?'." for technical training si I buy 600 /pairs of snoei for chit-'

99 LI. 39 an aircraft equipment repairman dren and for other purDoser r''

49 Lb.'t at the Air Training Command Hutson added.

Lb. PLii: -me\llsrr- fBGiRJ IATC !School! It ChanuUAFn. I This year's ball will be. the.
I ONCMA >e Ill annual
U.. 65.'A BIL11HENS rUSH LIAN SWIFT'S PREMIUM, nw GAINESVILLE DRIVE-IN THEATRE _JOHN asset AGAR..104-IINIII-:,CRETA at The airman In a 19A4 gm.lu,. Two orchestras have b>>.e ns

1 : GROUNDBEEF CHUCKROAST STARTS TOMORROW S 1400 HAWTHORN RD.FLORIDA ate of GHS.Drake I. Lotions booked and for the the night Music the Men Temp' ;:

: ......... ........., Hamilton Tlllty, son o 1
and Mrs. B. R. Tilley of Ps
: Plead
: recently commissioned
latka. was
tea .I) u ensign In the Unllei l 4 Cullljr To : *
43 i. THAT Regular
::19f F : :
3 lose $100 I. Slates Naval Reserve EnslgiTllley n
Guinu '
LB. LB.LIAN JJill [3@ : Prices'k : It-wtck completed officer. training the Intenslvi course VjoJulio.

: !. ADULTS : at the U. S. Naval Officer CanHM'Nit Three Newberry brothers jtr-
t MAN .o. .. -- rested' Oct. 3 and charred W.IU
IRISKIT MLR SNIY HUM PORK BIDSEs. -1I..1t. II NasW el- MNY5. INI possession of deer during closed
,...,. NNNn.M '. sr iiIN. -
r STEW SAUSAGE5L SEAN CONNERY .. INA. .. 5th ...... .M Mwn..1. season, pleaded guilty In Court
.. SUGAR ff IINN.IN. M ..1.a/.d .., of Record Wednesday and were"
I Oi/<.' tor IM **." MmIK ,
: : 99c 3 Lbs. 1 U1.. : II ::1 L1. ..'d. M lull <.lt ILMIwulwintl sentenced to pa, 1150 or spend
lbs. A" "
I "I, .or.... 5 39i \ .. CN.l N W, *.*.... 'i.IN14.1.1.D.. c., WM 14180; days In Alaihua County
r 'FLA. Ga..A MIOIUM LI.1t1 0.. witll suo 0. V.hM 2 Ya Can -K '_. rrrjr'.0ri.''.,'rr: JailThe .
r D'"M" : :.T,s, =...:::: P:'.. Mr JWIfHWWIMUIM trio, Floyd James 4v
= : :
;w EGGS PK. BEANS I LOVER TmY r i ,M ,, .*.. ..NraN M/a/r, eII'N.<."t ef*, .r"f **'and Lloyd ranches: had been
{'4 SHOHTININO '. .?.... JMM N W..l U M_"" AVWHH ..lMnrt !, NO' arrested by fresh Waler flirt'
.. ....... .
I : dos.19c: 5 Cans 99c TUN/t O.UMWIM > .. NLNCN
,. SWIFT'NING iil.--. I. a..M w. ,..d/M NI..._ and Game Commission officers'l
:.' .. Jib. Con AND DESIRE, Qe .. .. N NA O.IANIM" L__"..n M NW nose..IM0y N5M on the basis" of a Up rectlVtd
.....;... = i .. '. 'e..WIt..IOlc.. t 0.0.14 Mama_ N,. .... ef tile from
I"; NU. fU 1 II .ow' an unJdentiflecllnfoM1l lI.
r. ... ....,..
C i NOW Fail : :: II M II O.N/M N M
/ CAT FOOD 59 BEETS ; ... DIN Iwo r.caw_ M ... ,-.., Deputies stopped the Sanchusr .
\ ,,1'i INN a. N..Mat... It Mv.NO. which had blood stalna
( .,. ... dH. H N O on
3 Cons 25c 4 Cans 49c I : .: ley .MI M .K.MW. VIM, ."" _KMTWW Its trunk The driver, Floyd
I i it IRS : i 11'-.r.W..<. **W"It .5 III..-. VM M[ranches, lien took officer /to
o th LOUOBRIGIDV, A MIT1M : MRM _. .... ...,,-. of N _N'_M./IMN_. his father's home, where, tilt,
0 aIIN file (MX. M. Mk.
.-I MINI'BABY IIACOM : _.. .._. *.., .. t.w_ in discovered a freshly-killed deer.
t; FOOD' GRiTS BREACH Ikv&rarid'N t/e AMYYYIoy.IM .luAHANTV M0t.l MVINOINOlO The father, James IL .....*
i hrs,
pleaded not guilty Wednesday --
1i,' .. 6'Jars 59c 5 Lbs. 29c Gal. 39c JIIIIRd n.." I' It to a charge of possessing -
:---r..r..lC.- deer closed .....
q ." *I4 TOP JANUT OUI VAIUI 101 CAN ..... D...... || M. IM .. ,.. UMwr"Iv .t .C'. WIN' e.t.a.NM. His trial during
: was Nor. H
J ; + CORN BREAD '.'101 04 w .0.....0.VH... .......t.N. /.Nr.HW of i..w.r 5.
I :
: BIER OH. ....... s.eNka1aMaM Additional charges of tating;.

KI '10n-J 33c 7 Cans s10 2 Loaves 29c : P. p.rru O0..s'e r =:.. N..n1..IN'/the IN. 1."ale i: deer during closed I untta'Zagainst :
.. .r PM/40. 0. each of the tree brofl,, ..?
,. .
CAItlTONS OH ...TAISONS. NOtoor UNftiisiiu MIAT-A-LAMA ..MIA.4H.M W NaNN IV' 0".. ers were continued uiQl Her. *'
''; MIUC' .... .. Mb
i .
] y -. p- Pw. 0'" M 0'.o -.
r53c: lORGE 's t: .' A :A tlrw : E lk.M ....f IpS :I "= 1.0.:-, ; :.WC.r.1504K11IN5 1MI5 '1,01)iucu11s

'tATOId '' i M jmr Itetm fiverltM I :I if l..r I
I' APPLES "' "rllIl w POSITIVIIY air a. rwMIM.... 0Me. N 0 ... Youth Problem ?
-.LWIO.Anen M 11' C"/5e II M N.wmM I |

} 3 Lb. Bag 29c : ENDS SAT. : .Mil..-'" CMX WIN .OT4.......II..N M OOMMT 1* _1N 4. Dr. E. J. Denied evatlgsllat.'r:.
5500 will discuss moral and "'
iU.HO. I I, .. 9. 1.1 OUT lOIn : M.M a.1.H Wntot nMrto I r 0. of sods-.
FEATURES AT tour It. wwMM problems young people tonight >
i., POTATOES10Lbs'.49e : s ( twi BUI tt n"t ttm AJ/j at the North CeatralBaptist
1.00. :01. '.04, 9DESEN. ear M imontir fc NM. to $5..k.
7H.: e:0a: .. oil Or.Mw'1111".I/Irww..INNO', ......,. usu.O5 o. Churcb. The servlcte t.
] ; MM*.ti *. N........._ 0,. ......t.... .. t .... .. ............. ..... 500..V... .N'NN_ ale.-,....DLSN A.. ,_-.w. of begins Crusade al 1:M p m. and (to part .
for Christ
a lpog.;::.
.55.140.. ..15...-.,. ...
'It IV I'MC m.MMa.New. cored by the church. '
SC Nw..N ....... "
!JUturdjy sight the church
V MY Sq .5.MIn vv ,.....- IN.N will feature an "AdoR Ontft.

STROM THURMOND _WILl"Dor service when Danteb speaks en t

../4 s oil p.nMdre.11a.r "How, Te Be Happily ....- i:
l.&" t

Daniels .baa several years et-.

L (REP. SOUTH CAROLINA) I I. J pcrlrnce ae marrIage COM- t>
,. ;r.-; -, selor and Is the author of four Jbowks :

..ar.wa.. a.aMrealLAST /. prvtI.en..marrume...!. and courtship .* .<.

PUBLIC: ADDRESS-FRIDAY ... . ..... The Crusade cluws Suodey :
1Nar III r.. .. t.. night Free nurseries are artvklrd. r

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10 M



NORTH MAIN STREET follofThe ...' ..
.7 WASaWCTON (AP) fra* J:

-' BEHALF OF- Roman Empire2MNITATIiOO dent JohnMS aired, a bj ?
Wedoesday that 11'" <
urKU MIl Apr U to=i, ..

JERRY LEWIS they went to to covered ff $

l WA'T THE PATSY Sodal Security. <

c : l eVfMfailPRESIDENT: Soaps kI.r1I Ir ten Aa eligible earlier for.In Sibs*tavttr salasf $"

had Ibed lilt dealaw at Apr!
y., Jl A _.'e5J .. a .., .. a.. .... ,, .. .... H. !

.-., ,- w.-. s' "% -+ as'. S # r -- ..4wM.aw- .4 slat.. ..W t.s ..NR M'i-A.Iwi; y r r!

j l' > .'

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20 GolntirilU fun Thursday_ ,_October 15,_l 196 4

1 .



: 11* Memories ACROSS! $ 1cIUIRIt I. k1Tl5

; I Cor at Then.** 1. Existed 40. ClassIfied E. R :RAHkj: T I L. .

aI I Laat ft Pew* 41.lackofdmi
LacctiM ..
I : 4 "."-.11.'" lorvleoa sink
Baithora .. L t A S. I (;
triusi '
a 43.Sch1r4
4 Special Not_ > .L'-lVC F: 11. Impel 46: EJ.ifurms L. 0 T P. LIt P lIi -
11 Burden
i 1 Phvltt 411.ladllllact 'f 0 N. N 0 0 ,U L. t ..
I, I I liby. II",", Child Cora ',ock
) :'. .-5plic.Y.O.An4 .- 15: Slack 50.N.Z. M 0 .., .T U.E4!

Thus T. laaAUTOMOTIVI THIS WEEK'S IS ONSHELLEY'S 17. Conger .. P SLNLI1.1! D.tAfl:4.: t

SPOTLIGHT 11 Touchwood :SI. RiiidIOiSl_ t"1cI.s.I A LL.1R
v. : : 53.Ineffectual21.Drpoilt
20 Near "G t. t;, 0 D 'vi t S T
54. Pooed fora
L" ; M Airplane' Salet-Ronlali .

71 Trvckt lor Sill WORTHWHILE 23. Toward the portrait SOLUTION OP YISTIRDAY'S PUZZLI

'.! i .jy Truck Wanted eerier .Lead 12. YOIIIIIII

'I ii Tracton li Track RantiliM ot 819 W. Univ. As,. 26. CniNueaa action buss.:7 me

Trallar PJonlalttSMetarcycIn 28 CirJlc DOWN 7. Mai 16
; Sh.II.,'. oWen I wlda variety af linda, with'" AugnuMi
!, I Icoot.rtM t. 30. Eipcrtnto J. Ford
I fhair Original, Italian Sandwich wall-know throuf h.ut turkey 19. Cuatonu
: Autemebllt RtpilrtM \ 31. That III" 2. Cniiaderi'headquarteri I. Orient*! 22. Retired
F Geineiville .t ttia ipeclality .* the .0"'.. Theyaerve I
AutomoWln tar Sill
p1 nuinbar af plait) cemelitetieni, etpeciellyalallclaua 32 Beilde ChrUUan9.CiUKla 24. Vinegar '
." NSw.i Ciii I 34. Manufac. 3. Marl .
with I tail, cold draught lit Schliti orLewenbrau. worn

t i jj" '$7AuMiWirtid -%. lilly .,Iii Hr. Slit drink .*d milk lured 4. Squeal lOON 23. Fern alt

:: IDUCATIONALI' akak,. 36..Toleru. 5. Neuter 10. Stupid tabbn

I I. Ikalr Haw .ranch lit 1601 NW lit Jo... 38. RUM lea pronoun pcnoR 26. Rolled M

i' )t Schtalt ft InttructkM ....-.... lION .ra ditpchad' .ne> a w.-", win 27. Deducted

I. It Mink Danclni aW pr.vUaa i quick" convenient *., i* fat i tatty I I. J t' ,. from bill

\ r tMWantlnilractlMiIMPLOYMINT, andwich.Shelley'. READINGIN 29. Gamer

I .ff... I fait, I... delivery ..", leI. 1I I II ui 33. Civ

: Call 372-61(2 to phd yeur crier.Serving .
; t ,,11 Pamak sup Wanlaf Haunt II AM. ta I AM. V ,,l Of : r 33. Sour
I : ,. U Mala hip WMMII 5' I
: -
: ',' Help-Male ar Ptmalt.1.f Witch' far Nt.. W...'. SPOTLIGHT ; T ii t, I; vinegar

14 Sill, Sup, Wtnitd 4 37. Utopia

4 : I 14 War Win!" PamelaII IILLIARD t DINING r W\.A IU 'J! [tr J9. Face wit* .

t CUE STICK BILLIARDS FOR a loll Mndwlth, let croom COCKTAIU ZA1 1.1 ,, 42. Amrmtdr* .

I I PARMS b LIVISTOCK Pun let nor only young man or luil a good old, tothlanod 'Tote 1
lIlT turns women, too root boor. Hop by Ills UNIVERSITY I INN n .. H"
: ...14 '.nn "Wlumunt arhif, ywr dttaeOPM A ft W ROOTIIIft STAND Charcoal SIneW Room, Smargta I.oy pickup work elegant. IV/: ,. 44Earh
It' i 17 Part ft Parllll? HAM. til U fM. U07 NW lim M. board Cacktall Hour I II 7. Idrinkt completed lite tiring plane or with ]I Jt None ,
\ : Ltveitetk ft SupalltaH hot N MIll llreetDININu far quIck rofroinmontllunchf far till prlca at 1. DaneIng matillie er baby. yarn.inlen slphibat
I DieM.. .u.I....? 'III I A M. II lobby Orltfln'a 4 4
lludy ,.. T l
Landtcaplnf' Tap loll ) Combo ft Mlchard Ptrkort arcnoa. newil Crochet 'lacy 'lack : to 14" 15 Clear film
Rolinr Try a cool Mlcnolob.Diilcataiton
f"r M Pits ft SuppllttII lollid HirlmpSCHOONIK Ira. lIlt S.W. lets It p* 41441.HAPPY THE at If .'AI inch ........ ant if a"mo _. 46.: Snow
f ; loin "tale I lief Pt..... Pit.MtScf. 4J
Lnreiteck Wanta4 ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? DOOM 11:31.5, A.MPamlly 4' .7 r 141
; .. ranner47.EuyiM
Dlno HOUR I t* 7 P.M.Cocklallt II.' J.S." *"' *"'
ay candlelight Kit delight.ful dining* CumulI dlnnorr '.
S for tha prlco at I.
: riNANCIALnl4uitneie, almetphere of ItalylMANARO GATEHOUSE 5-9 P.M. 15' :f' 1"1
US ChIld huh at rooaonoWaprlcoi. :
"I IIIST"U ANT 1222 W. Unlv A... ThIuty.lhii aenta 'In nine tar Mill 49 Sliver
I : OpptrtunltlM tpoclillitl In Lougnt. Pine, Dlna and .ne.. Incardiil pattern add 11 chuM. far each ISf symbol
I ta Law and eiher, eillcloui Iftilin PoodUN Slit Mndwlch with muihroomtand atmoiphoraTHE pattern for Itl-cloit moiling and HIT
a Money
I Newtnorno Rd III '.M. irlllod anlani. lie atIHELLIYI ORLEANS ipeclal' handling. Send ta Laura: 52 Slnglnf
j. MMertitgnetManey VUOt Cloud Maya.LARRY'S. 459 NW Chill II. 374l l i SUN Wheeler, atlneevlllo, Sun, Needlecroft lima 25 mn ** InWhiCunl.n 10-1 syllabi .
t. : Wanted 171151 tar fait, till dtllvary Dept. P. o let 141. Old":
't" holwa: lletlan Now Virk II. N V.
It AIM piiia ft Schlltt' and LIaise GENERAL GAINES
; : 'MIICHANDISI ,. Print 'taunt' PATTRRN NUMIRR ..
: broil an lit W Unlv. Avtar STEAK ROOM Nail!, ADORIII end XONINIW .
121' Wu' Unl..11y AiieulOPIN pur now itoro at ,. .
1 "" U S PrIme and Cholc -
J 41 WMta4 ta lay 14 NOun A DAY lain NW .., .... itooki prapirod ta your Chili FOR Well, M* detlgnlmore _
p 41 Machlnary ft Tatli HOT bAIT HIP. IANDWICHII an our opon ....rIII. Holiday Inn letnent to knit crochet" than 14-JalatHalpWantaaeanvliie 10 PITS > SUPPIIIS SI Maeile H_.. Fw Sale.

:: J' : 4] lulldlni Malarlola (Now' Orltom' llylol' .., H conn 1..lch.HUMPTY Ii Cuiellill DUMPTY dtluulI'l' itog ,.W. urn II. PR 4-nt4. .ever Plus, dolll'I PIll el.,_..It....lend... embroidery II PIOFESDIOISAL: 'N5. CO. Of J..k. 1"MISIi 'IlII 0141. tIII,5 1134 I 0 17 I DR "lItI ..11ft tub

1 t J.Sit4IlNhildOOldI AlAN'S Mrvad ,In alnlng' room or ol cenli for new Noodlecrifl. Catalog PI... I to now pending Sod 1511 10 .IeavS 10, new _. and mower. c....., above I..,. If
'' '.r( I .. 41 Anllquta MR. SANDWICH SHOPIn cub Opon 10.M A M II II.so. k AMUSEMINTStUNLAND AAmuiomonl WANT In 0.., T_., N. C. A ...tuck". ""'" _3163, 711,11 mIlSI hid age far ego. Sal Interler k> op.ornlote .
Thar" .
are petltloni apm tar t ......,.. II SOl 174-1187
: 44 MIK. Par lilt. Carolyn Pitta l NW 13lh ItDallclawt VALUII 14 COMPLETE QUILT' Stole Dlllrlct, and .,...." men.oeort. .
PATTIRNI" In "deiu e, now Quill All mote .. 5 POODLES
;;. I. :: a T.I.. Poet LONG'S CAFETERIA molt.In.your.mouth Chit,? look for ....In..'.. anpirli hind arlod with commluloni potllloni are aver- "lock FRENCH with 131 US. II LOn FOR SAU

.. tf PlMl Oil ft WOO* Sorvlng Sun II:II III' I P,M. Md4NPM Soumorn PrInt ChlckonCompiota 0." ..... fo Punt and Olrll hi con.1 will. and ronewel Send com _Phona 463-,papen,,,, T.......ta, Pla.
,: III ISO P.M. 7 doyia dlnnart from II eontilng ..m tha AOl of t to MAOVIP.TI3I plot ,
retumt perionol RAILROADSIDING
It It Pool Marina Iwilp." work1H .'.>, from 7 AM la t P>M P.n ADMISSION O Ron 4411 0" _managerP Pla. BIRD dogs fo, tola. Prion

I t f? n Cam Hunt PI* W. tlnlvorilty Iii TOWN lOUIS TAU"ANT 1011 WIll Unl..lly huh 12 Mala Halp" W.nfodAlUlU L iMA.-----o. 151; C,mPiilod 48 I -2286, Hawthorn LOT

Ii n OHiet IqulamentnMutlcal IOWIINO 1'104 'w Chill II. ADS M. U, I. ".. |1o537j) _Ilsuseni, on buss's Ml 15.115151. Fret Kitteni 7 wk. old HAVI Urge cammerclal' !let with' >
Mtrrtandlie' ""IIY. Contact Tuipa lull. i rallriad ...
24 HOUR SERVICE cora far tiding Will. build.
:: BOWLING al III rinoil al %lei till tlrloln 14 M., mad wt IN Ilk child. WIt ... JSaiSSu'lun .. dirt loI.n_Gin,. 11.-7401.,.., ...., Let el J72-I5I6. _ I I Ing la lull. ....ont. 0... lotltioe-
:: _,IALISTATUOItSALI PALM LANIS toy maratm S) N Olvo aga 4 rofaroncaOMtM 505T05 TUPIIIN I bulIdol 50.PlinilIhi. lory sue PR 44417. %.
i Oi.e tnliy nlghl let tel' ... TREAT SINS ft DANCIDIKICTOP.Y -PARt-TIME 1101 hillel., ISO. tsii. I,' ACRI WOODIO HOMISITir
DUTCH ... .
)) ;SI Mobile Homo tar Salt bit but not rogiitJinm. 1904. MlfHitM
WInO al
laymtnt Iran A M. to I AM. I If you want Town pit paved
MM for its ... .
F H Lot tor Sill Proa nurMry aarvlcaMM RESTAURANT cnrlitmai. M w want a new !no .MMU thud SI i.nu, :": ISPWill. Unl. rood, 11_ wllh .tow down pay
1,11 itt.
I :: Wolda, Pd I74-44M Clot W. Unlv Ava tornr II you Will .lie. meet, cell Dick Reunion anytime
t I MWoterfrent PrepertyM "..... ran eon Mil 511515 a you 171 h.no dIttICuitII milt. 12 Mobil Hernet Fef tales.i.eARANCE RALPH A. 'O"IY NllOr,
Announctmtntt product ..Tloitd1' mill Mil PR 0-J1I5 tl
SSHeuwlfufSilh advartlMtf r W. Unlv' A... 174.1331
an TV
: MCetttgei tar Salt" ""."'"".CaM Aw, CaamaTlS! I ACRR LOTS 10
f t ; Wa will |<-W.rk Wanted ......1. 3STSIAMLITI :II' 1,114 lIe.0id. mlnutia from
ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW Wills I U ivd .uctv wlfh Otinnvllit, win eccoii ta LaSS
:: V Rial liltla l.ch.,teodfc 11,0. So. ill. .'_ .. P11. or WILL CAlL Ins,,1' 155,1. Gold c_. Only A lie. now connected to lake
; I :: Real huh Wantaf CALL 371-1411. I LOST b FOUND e.1I PP 51421 FLU In nip 14. 11313 ..2.1317. l4hnmlu. I hasty Pe, sui WIll nil down
IARNINOI" af SSS-171 weekly C.III72.'I54 payment and balance it In par
:: :3iOutilTswqPrWltyj LOST '.....,. llamiw, cot, I I HMo ariMrln* mall Hill for SALE mo, wltn na Inleroit charge, Pn.
I y,. old, vicinity in: |w llth SI advartiiera I In your home. Choota MAID' want! wark. I doyi oar woakar 4M-II74 after I P M. en weal
J h.t lutlntit PropertlM woorlng' alrM SIlls r, aniwari own houra. fir Intormltlon dayt ...... Oaad marancat.Phona I SEE US TODAY __ davt.LAROI.

i nomo Mailing. Howard ottorod. write Department A, Ion l-rt hjblITWarkWaaMMil! ...
: 1741, .tlful
: 41 Reildentlal' Inctma Sun Want Ads Get Results tott In N W
Pt.,__,oct lull Rank tn-lut _l ... ."......... Mliieurl UittWAMTIO BUTTSMobile Section. toctted adltcmt N city

t :; ......41 Parma ft Acreage LOST AGAIN laaanll dag. Mack ndiiarod nuol Iii of I llmlti with ptved ..,.... lower, I
41 Celered Property Sills WIll whit. and Ion marking, cu,. flea .lllnl. SlImly biNd M Homes Inc. city hull. Alto large tola evil).
.I 'ly toll, prkk ..,., MALIlns7nuliIIgalor lmedn1TIdluItsi
WhilSt chain auollllcarlana. SlId ""uallllcatlant tblt an Walda Read kilt 3 mills
i. Celia", laid C"... Phena. PRPIRSONALIZID _II ... O. lot 137.IXPUUIIICID tralnoo, doilrot' 'Istu ittGllnwillll. I NW 13th St. north at Sperry. Down payment
RINTAU 1.1?It. All SI. Military ak
and line.. .
:: mm fa tola .._ gallon fulfilled write' Sa. 454.j5,553OIlnt1sIill 6th St. trronged.MAUTIPUL
.: 41-1 Color. Proaarty Rtntall44CaHtgat LOST It .. r.M.tor... .g. frocory ihxa Muit bo boo*. \ Sun, at MIdlela tIes's,. 'oc.
Iii donul iin5. dill owa C....... at .'oei'',., ardor- CSVo.! MeCoy 37.mo. .
t: tar Rant REWARD! Ins ft iwiaint 'ta otorr Hub. II Sahewli. > Inttiuctiani FEDERAL QUALITY Pond Lot over an \
bard Clrclo Oracory, comar N.W. HOMES INCan 1 acre only' I4MS.O other' Ion
I :: 41 purnltned. Apil.it 4 SIHVICInaroiontotiva urn AVO' i Miiihoopof. MENiuontnnllln)3JnIo, N W. 12th II Oeinowilie' ovillibio. and we have a lergoelection

:: 44 UnfurnMtaa' Aata.4TMauiai V This Week's Pun loclorv and CIVIL SEKVICEitamlnotloni. PR Mill IIIC.I Johnion, Mgr; I I far you fa tea.FORBYCf I'

YOU" aonorol ladgor work. Par wide, contrololrcond '
hAul? COUNSILO Pormanonlpoiltlon Intom SlIm IM '
f. tar Rant Puii. : t "' !
r1 :: .
.m Oairmvliia wllh larva monulocturlnaCorp. tend n_. addrno ft Phono No and hoot Locolod In
11 I 41 hulls tar Rant Unhirn..f It Horrlotta ....h.rt. Por D..,.. In Accounting roaulrtd > Key Training ..,.'et. Iii W OsiminlullI' lSia, Un''.. Call Ar.chSrm RIALTORt4
tnformotion ar proiontitlan Itortlng ally fK* QuId Adam SI. JInlulomuslIllHIGH ...,.... W Unlv TO-lnt I ,
: Ratmt tar RantSI g CALL '7._ futvro for rlgnt ....... NI Plorldo L.h.Laku Weuber with weterM"ARY
i r: ......... KMOOL 510011 you ISv 115 uo lor Ins ,t
hued antHill I 11145. N. WIll 455 Mt., II.
:: Mablla Memea HUT N KURl elAUTV SALOON I. .-..., tree booklet. A m e r ken quaIl In MMIII Hl5l. 44505.lnsit.l mOl Lots LaSS ,
Wffim 1 ffiD[ teouty en a Budget luma ta lot ow OMrmvlliaANTINNA asp P. O. lot 11451. Jlckwhi 31 unllo to chuolO tromtor 1 I YIew ".101.

,. II MIM Rental \ II..m. U'Iuo't..=:"'111 up I 1101. Sorvlco mon In..II.II. ," 1015. I. 11. .'L :II' ..,l4I15. u. II 10' In ,S SlullS. : MOELLER. REALTOR i f

: |IA Wanted Ta RantatraVa 14 I. tuniC. Ave. J71-//14 S ... and ",v'e.' Ptiona PP.twi Real Estate ExamCOURIP loll w. UNIVIRSITT AVI. I
Open nlgtilt .by apptlooy Howordl TV ft Antonnalorvlca 00110,1 515111115. HIlIdISIt. WISA P. 5.4477
:: a WMMN .... *"J. MIt?. \
AN do DilVIt AIMui II Sit W. Unlv ATTEND Pirn ,leiion 14 Waterfront
'C Ofllca OeM latca.14 151110,1 IS AlIVISI hi liMitS' UI"'TiND.'T Mil NW SItu SI COIl 37D7T7 Piips.sy
$ In mo Mobile Homoutlnett
PIP II yeirt
; : linlntu PIStilS. Special lioat Woy Lie.. bv Driving Stain at School.Pia.SPICIAL PR building 'ubdIuillhh' Hack and SPICOWP.ITINO.OOKKIIPINO. C1'r \ brick aiiporionca naeattary tlromenl home to, rant.tola-lrade, 1
< :- WVIIISpKlal < NOTICtS Mull know VA and PHA tpoclfk, C'.II' 18'e. T..lnlno "SERVICE HAS BUILT I 'In city llmlti John M ._h....
dillon willing to rolKoio Willis IICPIIIIII, ClInha 01u145 OUR BUSINESS" Ir at P4-M04 or 374-4371

: Strvleat LOSE WII6HT uroiy with noW -"o 0 4M, '.'..k. ar call HS.M7I lulls lnuimlnh' H..II' SuilSisi I o'iii. erret of >*ko front nuny
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Oax-A-Oiat Toblati SALISMANho C. 2)1" W Unl. Ann.PC losilly piCa. u.s. *555 S 55.
; II MimI hmpievl'nlntIa ? bovorota round .3507 BAIRD MOBILE mined nautot WIll dock nd Orel I

J jyjjd.fltLCo.iniDrugL_ Ago M-M sisal bo .......11I.. won pump. Many entree, on
SISIdII&TVSI'VtaI 17M75I from ... wookday. 22 Spaalal SarvlcatU HOMES lone lento Ft ,.....,.. Lawll
I I.by II".... ChlM Cur. ,. Jewelry' Co.WINIFRED.
\ : UAaalltnca ft PitneltunlWANT.AD P.IINCtO
WILL DO AND roam WANTIO end aollvary. Slvo money Phone. tit mt Jtt W H. CRAWFORD
: N.1I7 otnar nooo ipoly. Call' $ II, SIlt.'. .110111,1 on
i and lime liaclrlc' -
'.' KATISPH. In my home' Nice, grotiy or apply W 7. .ronl CaV Call lyaawrltor prlcn, e;;ile.! lerirl; Wrg.eel UKI PIOPItTISSlOll.. \
. HEATERS ._fenced pail Ph. lit. i _0olna vlllo Shopping. ContorITIP.IO 371-1743.' _ ( dltoloy' .In control Pier Mowe AG' I miI.. N. ii luMens
1 : 37I-MI1 IXCILLINT cnld care kTprlveia i WMITt MAN ar partial COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING trade tor ..,,'hi... Pill delivery Ci I2eIEri I ;

home In N R. Section.FA ly dluMad votoron wM wlinoa II SERVICE 372-5209 ua ta tin mienS.tRAILER SANTA Ph SAys It
: (or 6-5123 I wpplomont Ill Inc_ ta winS 'In MART 55515 lot. kossilul eS's. :=
: coln, ..poratod laundry. Ptl. 377.ii2IlntIVdltnu 2< Faun ItjuipnitiitAlethuo Hwy 17 Open I to SIll ml Is loss. wni .It,... 1155
t Clonlflod OnlyDIADLINIS WOULD fa cora far chiidrn: Polotka Phone tit lostCONNOLLY 11,015. P1 1-.71. '
In my home. Par In.......'..... I
Pun our mon i clothing and fur WITH CUL Tly..rD... 1'51.' CII'' I"I". 14150 and dry. 45q 'I
... CHILD .ay Ciii. Meidiy i iPiudey '"' nlihinpi Alethuo' OM7ia .. 111,4.. IIIeM
Hira Prl aaaon 0150. UuiirMwi niquIp.Id. Mobile HI?. .., Inc I ft i I/tM. CIII 371114.
: 134 am, DAY Putt auWI.ctilan In m, .. .. N. I. I114u. ... 'hi. I. I lull .liel 51711I. bedroom mobile hornet Many
nash ....1I1on. Apply 7511451SALESMAN.DRIVER 21 Uvattack Cedar
( S.ppliiePOWLiiui14iiIt1it.V floor punt. 7 yoor financing Key Shores
Phont 372-3871 DoeI '
..... mIlls loutS
Drive our I
t : Par .odi ta.. ta In ..... ptMrII ..,. ... ........- .. -- -- -- -- of Oolnetvlllo' .. U. I. 441 'h.,7USn fin, riorrwutdi from $2250 I
ot Sit.PISuMtupiMMhi.pipnt.. '
a "
! PIndid ;: I. ,. ,.ultlni 14551 h..,. 12' PIn. II- nan-woterfront from SI 510
.. 41 7hii. hicttsi. HI Goad _Ity. Call hi" 11011... ,..... 17H13' 11117 ;51
S Ip.'n. SotMinimum. 372-5169 Sudden Servka Oil Co M,. '.. 'PM.00l CEDAR KEY 3841 173831 !.
win po0404WANTIO
; ( a4 4 Hmt) PERSONALIZED cara for kifontlunotr PALl gtntle child aoiomlnamore WYATT- Morfna
pno yoor. ill aor wook. null milk route tote* 1300 Pony and tool to Locations
: FAMILY RATH frtvala "homo. 137 IW hued PI mon eg* 15-41, mull be bondeole guartor "none. 2O. Pony toddle, INVEST :focilitiM,
IlIad htn
Apply te Hertchel QuInn al eoed. M. ..."ill Trailer Soles I 11'\1-
1 Imartlan ,. Sol tail CHILD CAll mathor ",1_.. Canton i D.,,,. pnena all,1171 N -iAvil.'iTiri'Mr.: Motel Locations
1 S IniarlltM .. Hi Una. nua locotlon. privota homa. rat. for epptI IOOK SI
........ PluM PR .,. sill Producer protect y a u f.ottf 'eeor Mill HSnSN INVEST
I !J : Intartlani, I7| llna Mi-'O PACKAGE ITORI tgoimt eoioibie price riot Snetle end AlrotreeaTrovel occommodotior
'I, Imartlont ,.. M llnamullleryina TINY TOT WORK APPLY AT ill NW ITH by loklng 1 advantage of our bookIng TrolleraOcelot naedad \

, 1 : ,IuII dI.... enipiitld tupI PLAY SCHOOL "PROFESSIONALINS IT IIT. ,l5I program...,PMX..... Sootombor G..IIII on, loot throughDctoaar or hIll Auloil Dealer Pint- Since Mobile teal Slot Home, 'DAVID ANDREWS- (1 ;I".

I Mai hInts a rota Vltll OIl hid ens I.. nIuuilut ,.. Phono PR Ml. ii ... mj = Iprtogt 55.1511CCII. REAL ESTATE

I .. hulA I Plvo. l loltor_lilt Win at "Imartltni.I par hill 4 vi S. .... IS PS 4thI CO. _1202SitW! tone It. '" PhI, '

Now hoe potiltom' for monagert 10 PITS b SPECIAL IS Nauaat far It.. ,
I M Orlando
I Point LINES Oelnetvllle tree. Ill I XT LM lot mobile kerneHMO. 'J
Thete pooltlent hove a guaranteed I Mile S. of PeynooP
f Sam aa S imaa aramary -1 MALE CHIHUAHUA
MAID wIll drimr-t iicom* far Miery. 1413 it and ever >'''' Pin .IsllnOulull ...- J'
I IS.1.! ill "'"*.". hIll write af It por cent land cam. pupptet. SN eecn. Coll J7HIM anor PR "JHl JWK ,
t 12 point CMiSll Mi lenin5u' ii _I... two retume kt cere .. ttotamonoger I, anytime __ __ I
, ( Mild _. ..,.. P. 0 lea 4411 0,,_ -''IsH.i"u'UII;' NORTHWEST
'. lama II S leN aramary yao
This tptcioJ food enbovt "-va-iMi_ da. Oil.1001111NC50. I .... old ACC realiiorod. cnam.aleniM TRAILER SALES 37284041.,1(
tXPtRTtNCEO-WAITRESS oonlca itollon attontfont. > ttock **. Coil S74-477I trai WildS Road II.. ( .
% 18 Point Lb Pollute aopiy" I In aoaon. Lowi after I P..10\. A, Palm LIt 17.020SIZ OWNM WANTS fa carry ** a). ''
ran: AtNJd-tVoterHouSj1' 11. A._...... /N Won unnwallywt IKINOISItmiorld. hoc ..._ //iIu. "-.". 51 "'II moamry nvMroom \V
Sama to 4 llrwa arainary tyaa 1 Itom .no hi oponto II WI' 114 11111Ilwd. WIDES -- kWh k.iI "lush ... 'ft
I IAPUNIINCIS. CUsGliL'WAITID iMM'DI" OPIlIlIG. Ii.'iInuI wIned .... -'..... nuns r from Piniev"fc'n .7 TWI \ M J
1 Apply Humpty not _nM,,. W. till," all_ Will 1151111 c.... c.n 2 BR under $4,000USE ...... .lo'muus shIp 145.'., II X
Oumpty RntHI ...
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4 : 24 Point NW im .Ion. .. "_ Ii 371.1755 Ilisi Ill _..,. lot 51W' Nil 45 bPShl
II. J'
'd] a *a>* am*inn ofWmpio OUR lId 45454 .
commtrciolrtiton .4. ,
Itma aa I lIeu araXary. evIl I Poll I W'HiT..IW"; |"iva ta and coro orltlimoric_ art nanlrod FOX TERRIER PUPPIES RENTAL PURCHASE lASS TO lIlY lId III, hi .si .
'. for children and inn*. Mlory Urn hIll Paid vacalloK I .... OM. Pt eat In hill L'T
1 CMI' PR >4Martar ljimIAIN roilromonl plan, grova tMtpltolkintion Na ..... cam. VH'U. PLAN ,iin1. 11, .W.. lIt I ,
and lira Msuronca ara ara> tvU5
t UP TO.PI* Wf 17"II 5th. AISIy II lannil II FEMALE BOXER Lover Immediate vary nka acraonod lorxn
'i 36 PT. : only. loch wash ar port lUll Car nocauary, _... 5431 N. .. IC* ACC I moo Co* in 5.11 ItII dow" pavmI"t nd a play 4... far Ma ..'".

M COM calloctlnf.ra-iaj, I1UHANCI- COMPANY not oao*. III .:i It irmt_ TOTAL COST -A.4\I\V"-liv I ... ,, _,
lu 4 45 d45 lie _
f : Sam* a* Unas ardlnary tyaa I a now wont .*) ipociol WOMAN prepare lor mean now. kern live kuanf In for cere two por oorlonca II. Coll 5151111 1.sl'm- : M al* BOB Orouia WHITE....,' QUAIL li.IS eockLive .'1--SEE" -757,115.lId 11th mrS.liel .

t : The aalnaavlll Sun will net kaka bib, 55'4 Duo ANTIO-=-Aiot:-mar.-for Mrvkatalloll arkod end atcordtng auonlltyatSIWI faaga DAD AND BRAD LARSEN All 'OU..itui. lor I nlos ...nra "

n 1 Iinll NV lllVl Mill inih lI'I_ Ne ctoanm. ar trenwg" I wlm, mochonlcal ._ .......... PWldaPOOOLIS. __ Lull OIHIVATRAII.I aoavatm we .... in me NerttiooMt
luintlhlta 1W WIN II __375.2514.COUNTII. _.. IALISOn Uaiq I win a Piaridt laom I Ito.
. .: Mr any error In adman will (W wff rt J, worth for GIlL '" -55.375.4454.Nrorflva balmy far rlgnt alinda and ..... t Rt tat I mite, 1 I.11 fonoe bock ".,.. <**, *..
wanted. Ne oporionce male and I _..... prlcta rmaoa hi-no lb
i ehtlNmuuW ii liii'.' lIMIt -...,. Apply Port 1.- 14115075Oe P1515. .14
tfi* nee al tilt huh aa.npiod Lane ...... .. __,.. Shea II-H.., Maw. wMOtO P14511 to VI CHI I7M4MAOVIRtlll 15014155-1141 111415-$ -la WpW. we I la would be "haapy
CMterNe phon CMI... I vw.
f : ky tilt Item In till ad- I it. Wont Ad SpoctolPhono -- IN INS THINKIMO M buludliqO, ?? Nova [
_'. ..JIMiIIt .11 wolfroH woMed. aOUTI iAlflMAN I FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY 715 MM RMaiwoodt leauwul
I a WlI NIl I
Aaaty Lorryt lotteuram SIRVKt OIP.ICTORV'
I t.
p CullIhi! wo haw apomn" ing*. wen .WhIned 111. ail' UK.pravomenta .
, PIIIIdIhIiWIMlIMILI Umvertlly AM.PlGUYIiIO far Ko Lato tulMr aroa mill -- ,
: ,niIIVIMIV liMIt III Vital IItu ii iiisII ar famalOk dish --.. M you iI ratiaatkl. I
till aavarlliamant.Tn I 37M41I. Come work In me Surgtcat Oa- hava troniportatlon and utile *o SERVICE CALLS $ Pot Me guetny waikmantnlg "'j.W.KIRKPATRICK

I TIll OoWoovllte Sun ntarvaa .....t"Y" Roomel run. your awnbuoMoH, wllk, : I fWotlna Air Conditioning cad .
MIWtulMPISIlnhlnlhirinS e rnoaora roaaiv Wic'eNlvdc ...,1111.-. 111515 S, $ I10lqmMid. 4.e.clI I 372."U
.. i WIllS 15111. 401511 P111.1 4. Ill av Coauoa CI rcwioMoN tAINCSVIUIVPHOUTIRY f )
f p picutis deomi hI,abaKtMnaaia i.nttlNin.li and la Ci'.d 00) e__ lev talorvwim Boat _akwi OIl tun 3ii14ttumLhi.lislhI.in "', ,1151C1rS:11:: __ -

A con 1410 menniv letolienenint. 01111 Iii MiesMed .. M MM. lMXna
dull,. Ill cutaitlcoiiM at any < 11 ....... .. ;; 41Imune -"I IM MW. ,10O'ss St. PI lImo
hit hdsuuhd wrtto o < lur* elOaorating ANTIO C p4o or hIM Wil "''III e_ _..... AJIOCIATII' :
ilyntulwnit inhI SuNe, ..... 5wII-WMi a* aad)
oniverwtv of 1451 ISIS 1451 Pane WMHaam
la me pMicv at till ,.... I 1 S 1--"
r-: TI M Madkal IrancK OihreoNxv Whi 4 goad rioam I hinMiMe 7. CMI A... ._
T....., La.I._ w,....... 5511.5.1.___ .
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Thursday, October 15., 1961 Geiiuivil.e' Sue 21I


I 1 10 LAYS Clain out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up 'lltre CLASSifiED co.h Persoe to p.nolod.ADS. oro for non commercial users .111"1 .tCh..di. priced

4 LINES $3 ot bring$100 quicker or less action.DIAL with.the selling price stolid. the oel. No additional colts for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

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

K-.WwkWmr.4F.iiul. IS Hauls hr .... II Hisses IM Sol.ktcilod 15 Hws far Sol.tlrvploc IS H...... Iw Solo JJ H...... ht $. .

FURNISHED' or 0.'ur0 I IP.,, J IR. CIS We/1 Ie wall THAii Itod,...... ,an.. r ""kD'1' O PkU I U. NI... ,,. ..
THE TIMEIS CCt 4MRm. S an > I MU"1.ul K"kP." "/I t '"" n O. EI( MOV'Na.' I u. I 00111.' McCOY
..Now.or...... loll' Ion down I 0.rplW1.. In ... down. on lira, cornor M. h. *, ..1.01or ...,.., Ir lck ton Poreo of Hornet model Co> 110105 Or7. 11107 Naleca' "'011170k'ICt10. (p .
nd ..
poymontl ol Ml mo. morrgirM Ol IU _.. Mon '. CLAIM nolghbofhood, convtnlonfe S55. tool down !!*) NW 1101 ....... llyllng 4 bedroom Icomplete c...,. hN' 0115 air, 0.01.. Redllytrtl0Ilvtr1
Call--OT401P. ottor I ond oil. diy It. MO _ounitying' IM M 112' ocllooll ond ohopptng. Pllnmcng PI. M jm: or ,.. HIM.wovma M"". parlNN51nlty' raIny ..,_, ottobllined town with ba... MACOMA
... .
13111 n
Compon ,
NOW. DJAi. bulll kitchen Many bmu* pit down peyment
Ption 17>7"lbodroom. : / CO.0.N .
OI.IAT trod* will eitrei.Phono. Rat be a 515.1)5. Ilium _to_ 1701 NW flood
$434 DOWNI I I ally o-room (rimnouiOf trod booulllul opportunity was Iron 1/01471 'tn spoolMMMt, PI, enon 17MOII W 1.01IW11r HOMES, INC.

hood. "ION.'. Italy In, nice neighbor... horn. In Movport area tar your M OMNIW jvo'N.DTiiTT ....... 4H OMN4 ... .
lot PM .
Do You Have bodrom aurmvlllo' horn or prow",. HOW! POR IUJM. buY Ill 050.No.
concrtt. Mock .hom. YOU ASKED[ Tome Wlltor PJOIINSON NIIOHTI, out II THI 'JIFPIRSON"Chirmlngly
llvbtn. Sloe M
wilt oM tloori, Cir port. uti- 17..OH. Cullom built lor .rocloul boocKUvmg. city' "...11.. 1 ..., | tain, lluddoubl W. do not beiievo. yotf con r'onywhero ._'"wulMM.o) with
A Room liy room and Mncod bock v..... Mug* Pioriao. Room to,...... tomly roam a $.'or 110m. tor 000, 5174701 ....... .,te...... fyllUrt
ONLY lIS 00 or 710010. NO 55In' 1tanstorod moot sll SPLIT woorilo Pomlly *oom. .UIr.a alM kltchon C"" hootI A In the Oolnetvlllo' Oreo.Lux ssuo.d ,
Apartment or CLOSIIIIG COITSI on.LEVEL. Urge 1 50 P .} ::m.In Krgo kilclion.IW, tko bodroomi or don.. .Inrao.booutlim N' "klitloo' .010. down ton, IM olr, mo condo ill*IUMO 50 MHi |lobud >MO.. room M theto. .tooluroii..."..... .ovnkinliving .Huge 1551.54 has lirfdy'l p.1h I..**! Mi homi ,II colon IIIIM il WIIK Oulilm ton.vonlontM .,

SAND NIW | .lodroom "'._ fOR Ino5 ..,,..It lion, _,'.. ntitlni/ Mon,. .May cuolom looturShorjod ... Pooinioni '.. HOM.LITTKWClOO covered ocreened porcK with pen.through III* Uke $..!. ... Sl 50. .tar. irocloui. coMom.
r' ry nomi *lm IM itrl> door. lociim II U14 NW till Av.. by loworlng' llvo ooli, bar ond on bor bojuglu porory II. .. Nolle. IM Mil
14 House to Rent? douMl ..'// laN ut Illy roomI7N PDocw:V4-0757 w 17MM1.FRED. W,II Irodo or Mil ..,.....,. C_ AMA 4 I*. 35AT05. p11.' 0.r conl111Cnlry. ooolfllil' work a... *im
.I1d 1up. weod.d .omo 101. loci Nugh Idwordl IK, Allah MM .0 rt. Control noobulIMn '. ury hIKhen with/ wifewringdltiweiner IliMdry. kll'_, end Mnlry
fJ. 370M ....,.. C'Iy' Ilnlt11 A Pormon, Sales minogof. ITt-li kilcnon, nowly' dororirod ond dluoioL O I a..4..'... 10 trifle.kootilvl l ..or... Dingy K) HH wrvlcl on.tronco. .
REMEMBER SEAL 'UY AT 111.001I. In ond Ml Prlco rodvcod torgukk oven and ronge Term errenHugll .... T"... .,.
DUPLEX. N.W. SECTION ul"*, CHI m mi. XMt NW ....:- Idwordl. Inc. ::17."". ...... Mir. tarotdMr "10. vim "'''_'''. clowtoclililn tod-
DOWN will Say Will 'Immoculit Mo.2&3bedrooiiis MODERN noot I bodroom unlAmpli ,,,, 'inn Avs.OCALA Solo. Ml ..... .,.. Owl hit
Tour bewoom t alt CCI. HIM
', A rental vacancy ry.3 nun ordroom. 'lociiod IN In thi MID.NW rnoun ioo OooJ ...itorogo.,., polonllol....III COrpOrl._ Milcorildor '. block e*. I ally 111. rodt 171. down, p o vPU Mil. .: e..kvf MrMD.4riMlrf. bo.'. end _.,. drouln.rM .
: ,..... ARNOLDREALTOR chongo ocroom. 105s Nan eo/l..... 0010/1 410. per m*. em N W, till Orlv.Mini | ... luiid. k.t to NW minor IU"" 11MI
COSTS YOU MORE Call LM J..k_ = Myilmo kit 4 lomlrv room win tirMor tit INt Aw r.clovt Mrmil lloinf room nnloowol.
I'. _.... 1 f .ppsd.tM.SM sad ,..
SPACIOUS I kotfroom M 1-011 Irg '" bOll yard < IIn room .hit .
._. bam buili. ... 'HA 10er0101 wilt 5515 IooS 10 ......lIf..1 ,., ._It..... .....
than the "' .. homo with If X V moil. : ..Tow.PlMltyCOLONIAL 'in klichon. 171-M or o funny room Slit II.
i" ad that SWIMMING' POOL Loc_ .M 2 3 0405 0111111151..01,07.:;..0111' 0.r..00. 5111151 .. kick. Mr ... / on. tooulllul chorry 11"'''"..
/ will :r'IIW:" .loot wit do el::X ( l .,-cnporl; -CH- Clll p.1ts.d. T.., ... .M TM, "5," iMoo ol .Ills .houMmi
rent It!
U m wciptloni LARGE NEW 1'' McKINNEY I 171 Ml for >!. IMt NW m ittotood KM cor oro.0
buy at 134,350.JOHN 4 BEDROOM vary 4 001 007. t bihomo IW 10 WO for Iran t.. e..i.. ...... .*
sold ootlo
Four brdroomi, 1 pothi In N W Jocllon. Con. haul nil 'orr."OU" roar will
I pmri.tod NW. It A .
Hi Skew .
Plirldo Room, control 4 aIr condlllonln' built-in kite. mall *lli'.httul plieS Mj
Here's what you olr" conditioning' In South n tond "" .,1170007 Con..rue.... c.., GREENDEATON P0' AH Mil Nf Tin kf .".1.'.... Ml!,. II...
Gorog.i & carport Idiowiid. Thu' homo It .Ion tnonon 171 0041 or 11-MM. SI M .'* ", .h.. Nordwoodlloon. 411 NW 17tH PI'.
I' a Plosfortd wells ,.., old. ind will occomm*. RIALTORJ lorgo ".. ..... wlllt tiroplor.i *
vacancy COSTS .> piniy olrcand, claw" toorho.il
doll I Th. CrSarmlng
MERRILL | lomlly. 111.101.
Formica, eoblngttBuiltn J. FINLEYII lorgo "tot 010011r570 w. ..,. ...11..*. kfi.ouilnni .
e kiichom, hive a lams family sod tt,fn' IIIOM PHA tlnoncod.I'l RANCHO GRANDI
YOU you
EVERY DAY St 9.000 I loll ..r*.|. .,,4
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REALTOR e Terrazzo floors Throo bodroom, I both ........ e_ MUST homt wont ponty will'' ome room well mt_Met' 4 1101 NIaSy. k..ti. 1..1 ._.. ... I __.. I Mink stub
until Multiple LlltlndPnono / Bath vamti.i hal ....,. ocroonod porch Nlcory yew. 'om'l' oils'. 11x105 '_ dl?.
it is rented P* M4f4 lonaicipod tot. Iwiiitnl ... I. 5 lam Ple. Roan I I4.I.elroom.loth .....14) Ills M stow ,....
AlUKIot.liMirtolll" All city utiliMiSidiwolki .1470111 control ...., 0.IIp' 11,0151wIt51o UNUSUAL In. room. Mk p.all.Ilea..
Poll wawaSPF'IAL 3 block. 70a .00503 droooi mtiudid. IN.MI lc%.
.; If RENT W Y a.L1..wnM P.v51 ac.5.aunu, / shod.N I LM M. ... D_
(By Demand) I.t T7ls prop70 1 4JM NW 171* PI.KANNINa .
Juil 1I.iiii-, 5475 101 701511100 PrltN := lim.l Muck N y...r .*..1."III" .
ISs PER DAY IS: GLADYSSMITH $11,250-$12,550 down IM por month. 'Including/ lit OM Cm .M PHA llnoncfdwith HOME ..."..IfI.".. TO IVILD"L.
torn md I In. _.. _
Porloctcondition tow down Mynonf Lot
OM -..., Kroonodporch Hugh ........., 'Inc tin nturnodlo .. Suburban Height
1 lot por ..... .. n M: Ark 100,1! Sur. ""Deub''. You dripn, buoy rib. NorlHw.il Oilntwllll., inow you Will rim proportybrloro ., ui give you an .itlmot. .
Hr day H
Marry lock 0'..." ond von.tl.fl lands lne''..... WITH' you buy. CHI I-MI' 0) living' Room Josh De y., lo.. ...IL.. en contracting your

IN p., m*. .. ..... por diy 372 5393 $6000 All" brick ,.....,. McMEEKIN LAKE .) Mnilor Dining' PJoom ftidroom.Drt..lr| I IIS NW. Ilk. St. I ..... cuilam hom.CallGrald ..

4 UJ PIT m* ,. |l M pr diy lne_ proporty Imoll Motel I lodraom, 1 bom homo for Mprwvtmonn ,. NM ploitor, will' It you ... wintint 1 yoir round Room I ....." I7J.JIII McCoy
4 good ... ., 510 .on mall ,.... Torritto ftoort homo iltuitod on S ho itltullohothll 0) Pomlly P.OM ol DM Day. rR'l
r.'rid $$100 cash VA Ia1. ,.. .. '
T''r M pr m*. .. .. por diy (.or _P,. _"i'lioijOOogo Oil flan, rlroplKO. Pormlcl' tlWn.ll ". proporly coninline 0) t LuMirloul Illn ooml NI,. FR 6-501J Of
of Homo sod tartycroi. .
Cal 112.1391'n.1 ioddod lownl PUM Sullen Kltrnon'
... .. 4) 3im Want
.U ..., ,.. .. M u Air condilienini' would 1-1' Iwwdfy md Utility Room .. 6.650
PH diy ..
i ..rty "I 00001- I botn-" room Plr.plKImuonry $crl..4W SwlnlnlnPao' I' 8//
i 171 .... .. wo bovo tovorol ,largo troctot ARNOLDREALTY .... conilrucllon Millindtcipod e V/oll to-W.ll CorpHControl Get Results 071005 Loca50d MN.
por Ul: .parlay land lulloblo" for iportmon iprmfctir, iviiom 0) ...., ond Mall Steal 054 PrtI 511.
bulldirm- buiiiww ,locitloni ondpronmloiwl $16,350 $18,075 1!!* It. Mo Ironing lociiodn e I
t 7 ITf par m*. .. H.N COMPANY Air Conditioning' '
nr diy oHIcil olio Ml* onUnlvorilly J 395 5 cash fxltol ol aunnvlllo Iml i
Aol. and N.W. tin FHA Multiple Lilting Mombor 3 and 4 Bedroom ModiU sulk Wo Piium Hwy
.. por m*. .. 12." por diy ...... -CHI 1715311171SM 111! W. Unlv' ..A101151vow 171-JJJI Juil IM : / lor roil llvlnt; FRED MASON

IM lilt ire. ,. 1211 nr diy Low down pymant W. haw ,311. Ilwgvard JaM Cldwll' and spp.lnh7anl.'1551 liMInG. ,... '.IfI'- .Call ISO PHONE COMPARE !
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....... 0004 I 00170107 ........ I.. W. lob KiiimonWlltor 2-IHO.F 2-III1 I I
e .. par "'.. .. MM .ptr diy a0. ''ft 0.71411001501100' N 1 IM, Itoddord fromo "..... Jimmy on p451105 Oroono $$100 cash VA ASSOCIATES rit
Ne 470 down 'nd 115.DO ml. Call HUGHEDWARDS 00.llaro/Pool N1130a IH. J Prod Coy Joyno luinrwo'tnCoU Ask A"... Out
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por diy Well sod orptlc tonk on bom J. W. Droll H J WlllihlraMulllpll Tr.do-1 Plot I THESE HOME VALUES
} ,Ion. Prlco l4M _ttMg down ...Ll.logBOBBY __
H.e. .par ..... 11.3:1: .par diy NW :Mnd llrwl Aril 4 bod- Mil II .
T Sod Avs. Phono BEFORE
07000 .011. M'ck' Caoldbawl PR f.PARRISH I, YOU BUY
....,... ind chlrmlng' 117. fROM

M CALL 378.1411TO 1 ll,|itudy llmllytypo- onwito mtcnon dining' ponolod room- INC. L SAVE!

ill conlrolly Math ond airCondltlwlad .. ...
PLACE YOUR C.IIJ71UH.GLADYS 2909 NE 15th St. TM /I. oro now vndoreonilriKllon
dod will bo nod*
376.7971 lJO cash fHA
SMITH $ The MewMe. ... roody for
IW aul I
SUN RENTAL PRESENTS back In Gom ,vill. onuponcv. -v

I Realtor to ..... you In all rypi 1110 NW. 21'. A...
WANT ADS A.Nclhlsll Al,. /.'.InwoVlrglnla PERFECT AND PRIVAT5' lot. of r.rraita T". ......., I IR. 4 IR, in bottii' IIM any 1100 N.W. 21. ...
Powwr Car011na Noy.s5vy *d OK dood ond llroot HI Lit. l-b.tpj. ..tte... (vyw, IIM per mo. I I* I _.. MN ..., 111*
FORDYCEREALTOR Iwwood. T.'. .....11.. I '.om'" at 1n00s1 N l m l unifyday
77,10.. W.Sl.adIoarnIn. Un'.11y' Ave.Ptah lam. 3 boiK .......Wllh con. S 4 ,..... OR LR. (.mil* rMM. 4120.4111 NW. Itlk par I"do"l.
171 lltlM ,,,, twit and olr conditioning B & T Terrazzo I *<.ubl. ggtpoi*. .ontrlko.l. Or.

IS HWMM to .... Plorldi room, build-in' klichon HUGHEDWARDS Cl .. fall I IP. I ""''. DM ..., Ml TISNW. llrfcHI .
iwlmmlni and' working' 'club' dlltoncd,. t. tile m Company k>l IV OWNI* ] 1* Cl 11I control, hoot Low down poymont W. 4111 4121 NW.Ilik 50110051
MM 81 IHH ",. CM 1717HI WATtRPIONTLire OPEN HOUSE IDIAL LOCATION 'IK ",Id. 2'OS NI t tfc Of.MM. 1 10'. ... $U200 pI ..
Pork. I homo thot h convenient/ ....,... 155.1 bun, .
IV wocloul' 4 IK, I ball lo both H 2-0111 UN en. 174
OWNIP II* | bin. Iplll olomonlory and hlhclwol
lovol I
CCt 4 ,
t bom, .
limlly room win llroom, tWIt INC. per meIII
700. control hoot _.. ticollonl neighborhood,
1 air" conlm Mil and .1, 1 II
Intro If living rm 4 dining on ll>o"i Arm. Call tar IP*I.Nlvu built.in klichon ond ..., tnt cond.to. bedroom .knmedloio, eccuponcy. I II .. 1.1. IVtktf. Norwood
.. ..., .... d ..vs.so
I lrn Inillow' mil win, pump 4 LISTINGN. I,. M lucUrui living Hug ... 1927 NW 39th Dr. T. 1511. I bom, MM ... ng
",''nII'or' titan. Only' I blkl tolom .. Ing ,room and much charm. Two HACK I ACP.II, 5 wondorlvll' I k....lltyl krl.kKlnfibirry 500510.
I. Khun" *. *.. .... Il
ft |r. Plato 1dIo., Prlci. noir 11 I cir ..,... with ovor IIM bull Irodlllonol | 376.7971CUSTOM kmt
Ml lama |I. kltchmINCOMI iq t ......., Hope
IIMCcap.N room
I. Ill MO tlnonclng' I..U. Poropat. ft Com by from II .'cloth family nom with. New Homes
lo 'import pnono JWH or 17* 0710. .undo,. Oclobor 11. tl tin aid brick Ilrop/oca..w.r035 "'" I SHOWN iv AavAnce
r 1113 IM loundori |OM NI llnd N. W. Hh A........ ond ft .Ilk.. mgroom ".''k'"I.' ...II..... to IIItlewood *ppatNTMeiiT awtr "H" Inc.
Ay.. III 11m. appolanr.n/' Kneel.INIXPINIIVI $9,000 to $30,000 05..
Dy Unly.
L.. Iromt Welds,,., MI I. Unlv' HOMIH In
who iloMlihod ...... _. tomtortowg homo lor W. Trod. Homes
mconw cormr t bedroom .
FRAMs M0U3[. 577. ALI'lTIMf homo IMturoi .
1 INS Iwniry ,
you lorgo 111.11
fl.. room. "I.. lot turn Mod. Invnl In Ollmv' Of living cm b.. In good condition, toned IAWool 1. : or Property
,. Uvln5 room 1711,71.M v0. yowl ond vol. lurh in coty llroploco Iw I 00175 50 a 501,5 ... O.mlIy.aim
, 110. alnln5 00,70, 4101 IW 17774Way. M too II 127.Ml. 4 bodroomo nr horn builneu.LOVILY pomiod, lomlly room, country. WESTVILLANW : t m ""or. 115005 Nan. 'I
3703311j COSYS I oolht .nbl"...",. ,...,._ 'HA FINANCING I b.doem. kltchon with, _,,,. control No Monty Downon Kroonod ,,.... M,
j soY MAPPINCSS ITITCH .. 0. 1111 N. W. 12111 A... 1,. DOCO end wllnut. .on., "", .. oc... "'.....,, 45n.o 0.01141 of c'ly' SIP. conditioning. cuitom in. kilcnon, |o .*"",. down lomptoioly ALL out HOMft All
ly ki U. I. Itool Nana? 0770111.' II< 1l1. oroo by .. 11000 Ove3'11t.. ';1114 pltN a $10300. S5. homoi In Wlmborly I...... su111 _,_..._,.... tot teeiNe ANVTM SO
HOWCt INC. N W. NIK Tar, |loll OH N.W. mo nominekuilnoM
I'tItne >>._ 1101 A._. .t S7th Sf. ....., ,.,...... I ICON ':'0.o000mu Sir you WILL JUST CALC
I Mach ....... Oponlng ...... MARY I ......... horn N Mill. on. Clowto ACPfl WOOOIO LOTI Lloyd Myrkk lulldorippolnlmont properly 11 op.
ham I ".M. ipM.'b..'lnnlng Klwoll./ Lorgo lot. low toning lot...Sam.11.01..,..,NW. lot.".... 5 772 UoV 01 little as .pronMill.ly' lr ,..-_ IIM 0 .. dm iriitrre
Aogutt M. mi N W. N PL MOELLER ... 70011111 0o/hods 0 1510.. P pived Uttl end UP. I oonvorutlon nnomry ",... I-MI ., PI .MPGAINESVILLE'S
Cenprs OM wlm 111 Mar 2iaaoom. A woll" b.5am.. Vou'/I $56.00
I .7001. fully' sir. condo ogro rfl 0 tot tar .IS.... Call M. M.PARRISH WALTER STUBBSInc. I I -- -
"VOU' L IUY IT sVOayI REALTOR ,..dyc -m-liM. I .4 ladrimus Melds I. Loot 54o.us ready0.p
I TIME" Sale m..... 5.771 and SHADOWLAWNISUTII I ....d'lt4i ..*..p.K.,.
yeu, lot. 10"W. Unlwrtlty Av* FORDYCEAMOCIATIS .

I .... I IATHI, Pii. ... _.... PP.Wulllplo 04471Mombor F. D OLIVER THE JAMES CO. I
In yard, londicip, aIr condkllnod Aiiocltoi" INC AISOCIATf Inc OOPS RING Phone 175-5394 Sol w.'. ...
liS'. 1111 Nt 'IJ1M: It. Clll 171- I W. MoMlir ,..tll KoilorChorll Oriel FOP.DVCI' KIAITOP.ASMCIATIIi H WAVNe Mill Indlvlduel liykt for YouVMM ...... 172-HIT YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITY
Aliyo Ihoron OronlIVtNS CAROLYN I'OOLI'I e plenned Irvine, woo*
Horvoy lonton Oudloy Oouldon
l I71-.141
I U. 5 am bowl. COM"LlTI.L. ARM On l 70 b3- -I* 0 C. On Dick: lonttPrwcn HIIIN GRAHAM ,) Quellly rnlterlel e> wort "w. trade hOIl..." nlf IY
NmIMNd' .1,0. w._ L ary.N. otonry horn. control hoot. built- MouoK (iron OouMoflMultlpio 5110010 601115.5
"'3.000. 1M N _roc,.... /lot k'k' _. 0/o/ .... m._ Sn- lilting Rooltori If NI Pint sass A community you would" .. .1"....."' HMHM
11. HI 011 A... __ __. or .. all "v ....._. } W. umv. ._ rt-ind I proud I* II.. kl I BUTLER BROTHERS
NEWFirepJoce Drive Wool on N W. nth
I I A... poet too Olen lerwe bm >
Horn il MwS/15A S.1 517711 M 1501

5.avtIlvllaw mid brick I lieu.
r J bedroom I both home. lull.
2 Miles South In even ind rente. Ooubl.. cor. I See Gainesville'sBest PALM VIEW ESTATES
on 11.1 MINI -... ..... ..... Now lrick HemeeI

*-"Moow;:.:, oclw.il.. Unlv CKnoI Im.modlele I ,

77 \j MONtt ro leSJ11tS U.S. 441 loon 5071,070PHA..cca Sty with M omulpovmonf lows Bands, Home Value 16,000 up

VA. Loc.... Ml N Wtn I t 4 bedroomt built, ..hi ttlcn.OK .
itroet.POon.. equipment' con boot VA n*
down poymenl PMA Irom I7* LOW PHA DOWN PAYMENT

I'OIIt "A>az2ca.e5l n boo-ow....cloiine/ 5.11."...'o.. IM. -"The Milton" NOTHINQ DOWN VA

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HURRY Ain. P5.W G.aea S C..* Hue .NI..,.tt.d Manor IM en A*.IK. TurnUH If.r .

S, AITh.wwrlce Gated Air Cud. Lw.d'y 5.001.11I70 J9Hi T.rr*) f.
I ,.. 1.4.5415. .0..4111. 0.150 Cb01.

Pmd PS.k/q Aaa.s I Li1M.d 1d.w.11. I I II BUTLERBROTHERS

2 Miles South I PHONE 376-4456 '!

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G Phone 376.0571 I SALIS OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL S DAILY B.iUort. lad D.r,lep.rId BUILDERS
.dJ 2IM 1W. IIk ST.- UJL HWT. 441
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1 43-1 COLORED KINTALS SO Mobllg Noon M M..... ft* .... 66 $ ... Fer Sale. M AUTOMOIILI RI'AIRS

I NICE Iraihly. pointed, _.. oft HI : rrnartrll to', 'Oh'. 1oC.,... FOR IALI 13,000 lit Cci... ONE KiROSENIl "''''1.. ty.. MILLER' 1 IONI auto pointingoo MOTOR
\ nh A... with antra lot. Only KM on Arc..... Rd Perfect for thota m" Oil 1It1l... 1000401000 cood.Cll 1011?, 22,500 $700. sos I2f 95. sort 0114 lnacs. HAWES-POWERS
I' down bounce soup. payment wha prater ,.,....v. Open Oct II', 270.4004 so so aI ::12\4 N' 514. 11.. 110w. O401'.af' 5. r: ,.,.,.... All work .u....,..... $615 CO.
CAl 37"120. _il...J74-I447.. IIh Tar. attar I M P.MOODS KO, now IU. Call attar I '.M. SB Howlhorno ....

NOW RENtiNG 51 MI... II.",... AND ENDS waihar. ISO. Ifconiala IS Avtormbilag for Sail SMITTY SEZ :
COLORED ultra modern I BR duplex IKINNIR I TREASURI CHEST TV, HP 170. 14 He.'
I _rt-.,., large living' end TRAILER SPACE FAIR' IAN Kl 171-1211 .. ...... ... low. tmiwor, .... 1163 V0LKS4GENa1r, coodhlljo.Id. .
41,1,.. 0000, 000400. Silofo, sIr '0. RENT =41 .MIMI',. electric RANCI i Good condition.. Call 17J-17Jo. tag 0111,4 51..... whll. 11.11 II'..
,... brow $06r000 00100511. ...... I .050601174N4.ery Excellent, SM AIM' Konmeroautomallc NE oth itIEAR 1M5. or hail oHor, ......"....11'
n bore lilt bo'... opac* hoaar Trailer Park WASHER .'..n FP., o-4ly,
S3i.: 17I-U34 I all ..,.", SHKig ITU witrharmoltat _
and hot solon heeler, fact nawnorry. Fie. after I :30 p. M.
II flat for waohlne' machlnei. onopevad Blowar' ...II.bIe, .... COP.VITTI ITINCRAY Wtlcollont
.,. alroatl.. Saa at N I. 2000 TRAILER LOf for rant I OAS MPMTERS FOR UIU 1114 Nil 7th If. .> cand.Socrltlca "CONGRATULATIONS

r Tar. ar coll for appointment m 10*' I 110'. Inady Off ArISe? ..., bargain ooll ana or KEEP your ...,.,. boaulllul do.op UW1ro1211 00
,d! _SMI or 371 an_ _.... ..., U" 376 lO1,_ Can ba ami for "kupectlan. ,,. _.lOn' ", ..,... of I loop : lOIS 100 ".M.
Call 371"extt Irom I 31 t* I family Oat Ilua, Lu.'... Ran I 'a IMPALA "0'. Hordtop.M .
\ r'w NEW Numb., 44 Celt.... fea Raulfumlohad SI-A Went..] Te loot ar 17H744 attar t. alactrlc ahompooor II. McDonlal, Ons 5.0101'. .oto. cia". '50 PS, TO FLORIDA'S
ALL-A iTAL ofllca DISK, 1V4 > i iP P FurnMura Ca., 0.1....111. 'oc'ory .,'.......
If I-It, 'u.I"' ''._ $11500, 5010.0 THREE bIcIrI bothi| nnpletely >5< COLD DRINK IOX witwator thopp''.' CanlarONI m-4llJl Or... I ,. 11II.
81411F or 01u711. hot md Cold 5010 fu.I_ M good N W. coglor, holds 4 caiai, all karonna TRIUMPH iPITFIRI, low
'..Iu..... 16 rslt 00 w. Car or .. W. Aree. 1150 to UOO per ..,:;:-1"i.Jlltm., ;;: hoots and ana circulating Burner apac..,. mIlls RiH, now II'... 1700. FIGHTING
Sill;r.l W. Klrlop.r'od:' 63' mo. Coll Carolyn, '00'''. P II 11371 now aona ..,... Call PP., "/''. Iet7 Map folia .... Call 374- 707W60 .
Cl, Molt, 0?. !CoIl 272-5404 ar PR a-3171. aloctrtt Impact. WRENCH wll, w. Ulv.Avs
: 1 1I ::' _' $. IIM/ Coil candanMBAR DKW good condition, lorrllgoi
cottage, no poti.. WANTED an unfumlihad' apart- and COMPLETE mtourant .,_,. .
", mlloogaColl GATORSON
) 00 .hlld,.., :/OJ7 IW AChe, 04.PS moot 0. 000200, I bIeI,_.. Ill VACUUM tIA nT"u 0251- TOW 000i CMOS for 104k' lOla. $00 or J72.6998oftargpm. :
:1" 'NM! 611. fIn.,. 11II... $001, Willow0, PS, .. ail now CREEPER C001act L. I. Hod.. 472-24'/3 ,
F IT .'103. 110 1-4 HP .booth GRINDER Nbor", P11. '58 PLYMOUTH FURY

I 45 Furaiihae1 Apt*. (M. 4JIJ NW mth (I. Call J7.. DUO-THERM heeler with blower Itlck milt Ooldin Commando ang.H THIS
52 ...."." Wthtaallorvlci .,... and copper tubing. In good conEVERYTHINO Good .ond. .?..*. .. .

I lit FURN APT, DuplaM. nlca' .. 0 ION SALt OUo.THE"M H'ATIII 010100' $100. I'm C011011ti05 00los. .y OWNER 1
I collon. Couple preferred 11] NW ROOM cvd5OAD'Clash good condtlonPhone P11091 372.4067. 1M1 Triumph' loitilra. Good cond
11011 1?. 174-1111? attar I:31 P. Ml rio,,, 50000.1 .....,... maId' rR 6.' 111 -" DISCOUNTED' "'1.... for quick' Mil" Call 371- HMECOMINGWEEKEND.00
; A I /37 S W :).dpl.cg' Sand 3031
II I IP. fumltfied pl donnttalrLg REPOISESSIO naw ante bed and choir
dining, room, Ig k.tthvr, I I.. Slngor part Zlg 55? $0. plellorm. rockarl HIM. Student mutt Mil '10 CHRYSLII
Living room. Wator turn I7S moMoy S3 Orfice-Detk Space 2ag b,n, and attachmanti. Round bob Recllneri 134 f5, chait af d"... WINDSOR ....11. oliapa. UOO
I la earn odor $0.: .... at I* aowi lorword and rovorMovor art 114 ft Free delivery or boil .It.,. 2M NI lOIN Tor
NE dolt A... FR itng SECURITY IUIIDIN9 .pin and.. naodlai u" .pa WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER
IIM W U.,....'" tun Flril. Cleil, ..... DO'.... .... MI...... _. Call 376.0010.1q60
I I Bit furnlifwd, apt, water .., OffAl Space Air ......, .... I .... 0604605.. ........ Ill W. Hawthorne Rd. ____. 1711137TO l GRAND PRIX Sunllra Rod.
.1_. 4141 NW lim Tar. Ml parmo tor, ,... VII. A... 171-1:151.:
off. pirklng Janitorwrvlco now ." .. 0400$. lucritica, at (3US.Trodo .
: Sele No children or poll. Phone .......,.. Call PR, aaaMar ......M.ri.. 14u/,. occaplad llnonclng 2 door' radio, h....',
53 NASH arrang.ad
-.. "_ lot IS Heum fer FR t-1441 tt FR e-lt3t end eat Vary dapandabla andaconomlcil
/ _ for M,. NoyMo.IPPICIINCYAPA, FR tMioInmronce '''.....''.11... Roody 11 FT. THUNOERBIRD boaThow Call 373 S3 l. 63 VALIANT IS.MOmilei $

.1 HII!. CLaAN I .It It.m. DR'J THREE Lg BR't, 1 lull bethi, built TWO ,lfIcn. "1-st, cow"'.,... "rol ,. u... (art OttO ovor (150. Coil In Juno. Reclining vinyl, 10.15 1959 RAMBLER notion 1595
aMdy tot. City water, tiled otth m nave with' motchlne double _rMIINrs.. $50.naoffi 01100. :NO oq. 0. fa .ocIt sf004 37H344: fop 71 HP Ivhtrvdo' II Sour. wogon like now . .. .' o
: Phone
: Lea if i lot. I blncIO01m UnlvAM. : link, pantry, .. paneled": L, Rm.with 0146- 175 ...? movOb 51011. L....... LARGE- 'DUO'Tfl1M73.000 ITU Wurroy.trallar. Coin ar 'rO
*.s line" Only UOO: down nropioca, let In brick' well, 'LARGE one bedroom, o.c.,....$ l* 161' N.W. dill' I'.. N'.lde'' Good cond. lIon naodi motor ITO_mo. otter "i down._J7K15I, VOLKSWAGEN 1963. II.. "., 2',0oao
'J ana Ms-monthly. Immediate ooewoncy ...""rI. by owner SIMM, dn, pickup c.tiov CooylS wIly, pl00ly 1101.050 FR 4.M14 rapolr 111. ru NW J4lh A... miles. ...,111" prki 2 ."", outo"atlc
I lee I It et 324 IIv In.'t' paymanti S77 par month. PR, tp01l:Oil ottO., Own. Aval .'17 Oct. OFFICI DOWNTOWN- -for-rant' Call" 171-tan."PFAFF._ 72 Office le.uipmaii FR 2-7255 63 VALIANT I .
: < Phone FR S7170I 1.4130. PS 1-09... Acroil from Flrat. National, lank, troaiiiriiiiion.. .radio '

M with, ilr" conditioning lendMeped NEW MOOeRN REDWOOD jis nlcaly' furnlihed opt. nearUnlvanlly Contact lorton Douglai, 101 N. ZIG ZAG NEED APCACUTOSETT33537 MERCURY Auto trono 105' .ITATION VVAO- haatar. balanca of n.w car $ 1
MM other 1P.I.HI, leatueaa. "JOO-fW' month Avell Oct 10. Woter Moln SI, Colnoivlllo, Pie' 171 ....lIon! cond, M.... 010 II 100000 .,.... tot I P05.luroCIal on 'H. good tlrt. CQC
Only I .par cant down end 1 IR 1 colored, bothl. furnlihed, 17 IW 14th It Phone '904 botwaon I:M and .. 171-4J44 holM, apotlojuoa, _,,,,button,,, aa '? 0' at ...., 0 .hol, 001110I good 23W cond Ooa ownor. Coll m- warranty. . o1 t. .0 I aJTJQ
iwMmum' will CHI 37 -ei47 to 130" tt. lot .. povod rood FR .-..". attar I. II. ."' .h... ,.... dailgrw, darni, .. .... CoIl mlSI."A.KIII'I '
H. M :an N.'It...., JIll '*,. Dbl .,.,.,... itaol link, m_.. oil without COM"LIT. 64 CHEVROLET IMPALA
II Ft Formica work .... FOR RENT I SI. ....1011. Pwo 54 1.0$.... ...,., attachmontiold OFFICE OUTFITTERS CALL 481-2381
,.. ( now not lolanca, M 4 do.r' 700" 4 ipood.
30 I In. ....., rangeLaundry niihod' te ituoanti ar worn I" orpaymanli .
?CI HOMt, I B:. I IATHivori rm edlolnlng' kltchonI married' couple. FOR LEAIB, 1500 M.'ll. afllca' 'andwarahouoa tawing, Mochlno of U 50 Co mo., Mlk.li'IIS w. '., ,Chovrolot' parkwood wognn, 01111. 0 I.UKYAIK radio and $
: rodi, down, pay 37oUo Vt-H. !! air 11.:101I.: I T U 0 I N T (PICCiAL 1495
111 Concretebik 1
PI .l... ., p. window per mo. Unlv Avo. 37H3JSJb fantasticBargainsJ ,

am$13pa00000.0000N00 0r i, 31'. A.OON'T .*_. So.uliliol Carpot wood$1.4'.1,00g....''"00000." 4. Unfurnlihee1. Apt. plenty. building af' parking good., location Call ALA-and : .nd Talofunkon RADIO tor VWH5i 43000 iworn M Plymouth to mlioi"$rhKt 3?5. PhonoM cond hiatar, sharp. f ., . .

P0S-HIS, 2444.CI4UA, :
1528 NW 0500 Tgr.
o MISS THIS NEAR CAMPUS UW 41 u 0106, "AL TV, framo-typa irallar, HITCH rod I whlta' mCHEV '
TRULY LOVELY HOME apt. km* by year HI par 376.5. AS5OCIATI. IH 371M35 Imp e.... at.,.0 ... 1100 4 4oer. radio: $1
17 Reel Irtefe I..h.. ." 1 095
: At Before Oardent SouthorXerhpua MorrIS caupin only Not .a tuol, mil... Pull Iqiilp" V-0 P 63 FIAT haattr ra.Jirx.rp..
1'\It'"i: IbIS for chldren I 'Olt ,
on 441. to"" ar pat 0.181 10.110O 54.. fl. 50000bclldlno. Giida, PI R a H and many
did lor Ood, year round com- T02ARt CEAEWTOT IWMEL IXTRA Nltl t IR' Matter IR 14 W. UnIv' *00. PolKa 110O 7.000 $105. ill 0010. lIS I,.01000 triO, IAowrnonl S..
I. I toft Priced. right. Drive by, ROSE ARIA Sell or IradI for par mo Call Hanhall HaiFR _. Call 33000 at dId. N' SIll Aol. 0 call 37.
I CoIl 4734J II lo" Kitchen equipped Available '
anything af ague .tlu' -
arajna FR .-.1641or ..ti. Mlnll, 'FRIMALL loony offlca machlng" wg h... 0006. Belvedere 4 door. I
r.M W.y"m !. Ocl. II. Call FR e-li 7 after I ELECTROLUX
: """. I. ,
'::MI. slack la .priced to Mil Tokoadvanioga t?o2 IMPALA toll Sport 4 ipood, 63 PLYMOUTH ,
automatic trammhtion
.\ \ .TIM Maiter Builderf II Raal 1.1... Wantae1acrei worotmiw far rent. LATI.model automatic, 'd..d, of IhH opportunity to _.. Mooring' b,..... radio, ,
0 rig I CCI DUPLEX kllchanHv47 and big pop-out model 6) buy typewriter itandard and porttoblo honor. Call Kon at 372 OW1. ,. $
P.ea- radio heater ..
'Org ......In""" ron. .....1>1.."... DAN BYRD _051., ), adding machinal, checkwritaro power | QQPing.
:<] STiOP, LOOK, LIVEr ACRlAG' WANTED, :ill" .au 4 ml. from town 00.0 040. 376-8268 371-0100 boforo I :N coin ragliton. caicillatart. 'OR SALE 'm a-dr Plymouth' o.. air conditioning Vo . . 17T9
f > $00n.W. JUt N.' W. 20611 A.t. hood perl ar all'1 In polture.artier lion tor .hlld..... 17. .... CeN AMI.eLLA bu'bI' .3? ...l.i WIll Sill cablnati, ate collant cond R&H ww II'.. ,
,0000. aI 11.1. N'W imeH ranch with .home 37.7e.o.. P00 $1051 I 000400551 noOld II" Loduotrom ,I..,., .10 Topnotchnow Pint 1100 will buy. thIs lIou'..
< I good rebuilt
I $1100. COIl JoIn Me"III, .. and uwd machinalat 3710770U ,
3 Mull DO OKcellenl' buy WrIts .IIor. ...... In .
b 0. bOo 11001.0 WIll? cent .3J' II... low ,
0, 1.01$ J'olro.'dIIlo0. c ban MIA cart of lutiWANTIO Hauiei far kant Fern.unturnliAed 272 14r1 Phon F* a-331. w. larvlca price, NAIH Vary dopondobla lAd .
Veer T 51 ...1.. Opp.rtwalrlell PRICED' for quick Ml,.. 53,001 ITU lflUipmlnt., MOST RSASONABLI typn of otflc' .....ml... trimportallon. body 62 PLYMOUTHrunr4doorliard
let veeem. 'b*> I f. I Acroo w ar within' I mlloiof TWO bod'..... 110110 furlsi'od. or Colomon hatter with, 55 gel FULLY OUAPANTEIO.OJ1'4lVRIITY to UM Coil orfar ovor IIM. Call

'if .i living,, 'M few Mill"hundrW 60600 dawn.CM hew. Oelnnvlllo.' Will and oeptlctank ..* Frank DlcHar. p D p. I TAI0.UV0SUTIFXR000WING drum e> tendi, 19000 ITU go OPPICIIOUI". -".,::101I. ing. radio, hootar. automatic tram-
I. to doly 0 for .detail. ...>. Will pay up te MM par eon or Joe OoMIn Oranae 0.150.piorId. liUIiNlS1 In G.I... h...... wig NI 7m T... I P01 CHICK PItOCTICTO" CO. AIR condltlonod OLD II. $1695
Hi new acre Write Box IfoA 0" ..*- .. .11I. A..II.b"", ..... taII.oao CaslO. IIC".TA.V 1m NW *15 It Vary good condition! 137]. mission, air cond., V8, a tvaaut*. .

I I : FURNISHED vlllt Sun, or tall 37Ho2Q. FIVI bod...... I both. Locoted Ml Moms I In .oco 124. ao _. ONE 100.0.1 LAIIIIP'ULL.llt. DESK P. 241113! or Pit 22t05 372-3321, or 376-3588

.. Completely' fumiihed I n J "bolt NI Ith Avo. UM .... Far furthar I. 601-A. 0..11I., .u. Man CII"" '
N. .. "" ". 40 IviititM ,reperHggIdwardl Information, contact Tom 71 Musical MercnMatlte. 1t61 MCA whlto .." good con.
hum in good ? CALL 174-7110 '
04 Only II000 down ond f 71- pormeprh DobMK, ...1..... FR, 1-1471. < W......) .. liry DUB TO OIVORCIWo diilon'* Ml, tn loth 00. Tar Phono. .FR HM5.Hi 62. VOLKSWAGEN "CM245ronsmiiiion 1
too Ihli ono 'lOW.IJrBVERSITY. rARBHUusa rzm frq n. 'in Hugh SPINET ORGAN
'f $ IndustrIal, Canter far hive o roooMoHd '44 model 1940 FORO 1 0*., ...., hM goodbod
..entMlefridhem ... John M. .10.... 41 HMFMI far Rent U......, COINs WANTIO Iwlngj.Midlo, DIol-O-Mntlc Zlg, Zeg Only 2 pro, old. Will' sacrifI,. for /, new motor. and complatolyroupholilorcd ,
!: .,. et VUOCN .. 2704575. All U.... end foreign allvor owing' mec l... This machine. -1100. 376.3110 Can b> loan at 2301 4 doe cutsINIORiC .
{ AVAII.ALI NOVIMSIG 1J dolliri proof doei hundred! of decorative OUNO PIANO SI 11th 4 .
eon and 1 1'U 62 AIRLANE ;
4J ,". I Milt, PlO ,m", dInb." hell dollan. itltchee. _"m., dooo Dutton WIll Sop a u.... IrOll4 piwoul5u PM wooS T.X ;;r.II walls.
1 4V .
: REALTY WfM Acreage ..... Hoar Klwoli' NI ooctlon. StEeL STAMP I ..... HWI on buttoni, epPIIOUM o t.ooov. KImball' and*. MS coonmonto 1295
COIN IHOPMf dornt, minds, otc A.. (doCorolo "" radio h.ater VI .Ie.
Call Mr* Taylor, ITMan daylar ? drol' 0.41 praod ,
111IM Main tt, Ml 171.(MlW 80 ACRES tneooi avantnga.MODERN W. Unlvarilly, A... DIM o payment. o< 1750. CrMItManager with matching bench far a.GIIDLJY'AdOIC 000 CATALINA' hardtop I 'iH:
.t n do. Munroo, Realtor, oil W. U.,....," Aw. wiry pood 000410100. .,,,.. $011own.
$.u0 00 -' Wait 0 ) IR IVk IATHI, large .,. IJO ...... wtol50II.' PIrwof
Frank RM : or "phono 17]-7MO '
AIM 1. I McLeughlln plceiyrolllng.: II CO.
00 McCann, T. C. Dougle. US 41, with, beau. acraanad perch. NOW range, airconditioned MecklMrr b Teea Oelnewiiia, 372.1113.POSIALI. Crawn 4 door hardtop,
Roy I Illul large tree Pirtty, cleared at 601 NW Jatlt .. DINING DOOM IUITI' mahogany Shopping Center 62 IMPERIAL
:: tunable far ....Iu. er forming ylvzr00 A. C. ..11110.." J. D I "'.... III. (100 or will'" Mil .1.... ....- 372.5553WILL 35 OI4LPS.' PI, Sbto p war ....,1111. power
Several lovely, .ham Illoo. ', :J74-IT5I It, plowi or.,.,,. $300 slty 004 0,115 Ut PY'
Farguaon tranilar t
t naw ground mpanilbl* party of 547.53 Call hoatar air conditioning. '
373' brakts. radio
3: por me ,
Only UN par ocr Half caih plowi irlllon cuitlpackar .. aooov FR 6-5122 choke, of four ipinef' .
or 2895
conooia Illl wooS attarlPMIt43
1 2 FIREPLACESHuge and I Mrrm. I. 2-BR BRICK HOME dayi
yaor I. APP, .
erj.rotarv mowari Ig t modwood P onol.Wliar Pick up paymonti *f Wur. nice.- .
flreilece '111100100' roan HIALTOPJ, NIWIIP.P.V' claw-In, city Ittnlt Rant 171 m*. chopporoi bg' 011.00 due, 10 OIL-CIIICULATINO HIATUS Spin*! Pleno trade back. .O-'AI"L "PORTS
'l", .k Hugo tlroploca ,In Family (.1117..311I. harrow, big J D Heal wheat good N.cond Mall., Priced Coll 17137M Ill thru SIS.Ml : son. am Wurtitiar Organ with COUP Air ....., '5, buckoilaott

.-.0Il. KltcDon looturai Mill? lID AC.IS.I mli. from 0.,*. ,VIRAL ttroctlv homea far tractor phone 4M-I714. 50004 0 motion pick ue payto ale, UOO or.ldear 4
laundry '...,.. WI 11 toll ,........,.. Phona 37*. '' olio" wofou, 4 door.
I pontry *. low'" .". ?' rent at SOlO lima untumlihad.FOROYCI COMPLITI: wood wo" .... OulIpla 11 fit"
.o0 :, both King ilto maitor rl': .:.':: p.nW and : 'rdro" ASSOCIATIS INC. .....lOO ,.",. '.w, umtm 1621.lam, SINGERSLANT.OMATIC ;;r :"Punlv'Ava'1740031' (AlL's CO4 -Ill.. 62 RAMBLER automatic tran.itiii-

I' Bedroom with booutltully IlIad" trwotsgo. .11 IIIulp SICIlO, REALTOR drill Woos. lander, anal Ioln_ 'M VW KOMIIBUS
00 Mth Hall both hai hit and .... Prkad ,. toll fail.FOIOYCI 014 W. U.,.. I7I11MIR ...... Thai* Itomi mod only SPINET ".... IonS beginning, 'al Low mll._. Man t. II7IS or but ion, radio haat.r, powtr itttrlnj. $1595

:. IS Nor Illod .onitl, .. Two eorgbrogo J I both .nauat ,In NW eec- I wki. CoIl 37MI74. All table., *!5. abuil mall Ortnd Plane' offer. Mutt Mil tOol. w..... Coll brakit. V8r
7' . i o ,
SI 3121 N W. nth AvePM 1 ASIOCIATII INC. lion IIM par ... Olodyi Smllh li moten Includod Appro mo. old dooi avorything SUO Also' another truck load al 37550. power oo
).. AIM' new home at 44 $ P.IALTOP. Pallor im W. Unlv Ava. Phana" with out olfi Mtfcoo but.tonholoa thooe tin* factory rebuilt plena' '
,. art Ct. Call T. 0. .H W. Unlv' 97I-1ZU 9711311. 64 Houtohoiai Opal an "._.. Mind fully ituorenteed arrived today. 63 OLDS JETFIRE
., Il EW...,, cuttent bulldor F* __ beggp homo, ate Pay bol at IIM or Wa .Invite you to visIt ul far all Hlah.it' OHor SuyiFR / tstioo. wages 4 door.
$125 PER ACRE mill I .-? turn novae haar UPHUM loA.up5ay.0$751, ma.CH4 your muilca, noadiLIU 11744 IIM NW dIN Ava RAMBLER
I 4 I ..... Ml N. W M Drlioo HOLLYWOOD double bod with bo* '"* call WrIt Jimmy Cr... IAN'I MUSIC 0 I automatic tranimii.
I :: 110 A.,... 1110 cleared, Vi milt .oa N, w near icKool. I1MNt Slmmoni' oprlngiMil 004 010l100sI. by Oon. DoU Otlnoivlllo.' luaMl .TORE CHEVROLIT < cyl, lt rdCORVAIP. .
101 >E
;: highway frontage, ell" fenced. t I a, N. I Illl.MMARYMOELLER Metal .11t.... I IchalreHI ,.bIt 01111 Iou ..-. lit StraatFOR 'ron.. Good 400504011 P00,0. PG,'. 11010.$0000000.t.r10. ion; ,. ,radio haattr power. ttojaring $1OAC
Smell tobacc ond paanuf al SALt uied .
ITEPHEN FOSTER 10',",.'!. Only' If per cent down REALTOR -. 1744711FOR 416110' I buy lota osodrt11001010001' Pro .,''. We lUll coniola received, plena anoth.ar a.. MONZA" '01Blua sir conditioning ,. .. ',' ; lat7o7
Thll It e rail, buy SAL! Wing chair, rooo iicopilonaiiy High load of .
good uaod upright pi.anoi with' mitchlng' bull Inlor.lor
Call 10I" W. Unlverilly Ava.FR uphalitaryi. amall blue illacovarad glvan
l'' : r HEIGHTS ANGLI RIAL ISTATI "44" choir. loth ,in good cond.an WILSON EXCHANGE ,..II..Iromloiton_ ......,.Make..... your're aogona .11- whlta convortlbla. toRodlo .. 2 door
\ haotor. .....k. Man. 4I. '
: 17th Plata C' L' Angli, Irokor I IR HOUSE CALL 376.501 Ill 11. lit II.... Phono .R "1419. Tormi for ell OAINIS- 61 PLYMOUTH rclS.-'
Letited at N W. O J Anglo, Aiooclote' A... fenced 41111' ,In floor WW. Low mlloago, good ,' .
I ,.1 1 It*! tl Now brick homoo unaar 4404 N. W 11th It. IIIIIII"'U."H.O built in ..,.t-( l PIIOIDAIII ,EIPSIGISA001, I. QUAILS for tola h.. or _:..'!.. .... 311.5471.CIINTI"l "10'11 W. condition' uo and auuma bal at. .. 795

"$ / Pick, your Owl Phone 3744fl7Ronchottn pit. .. Nov I for H M VA t FNA Torino.Cepltgl .01r00110Chil 171-1231. _. 020$. Plva ,
,, Lot 030
: to 110U
low II. ,1ft. Slot
000. 0. '
I af
'01 1'ruc,1on.: Town, price' re KUIHIONeo. CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNow monthi old, pod, 1331. Call F It
hop Call 37JI04I .
to OdIN
duced 4vqr AND I3I: ortrr I 00 P M CHEVROLET Idr hardtop V.
"I SI 10 acrao I .., .horn, good road, 0000111111. c..d 5111., "",,.. ond Uwd IMComplat I. auto .... Nlca and cl..n. door. .uto".tlc tram--
i: j ...11".". I.... 7 mllal Wait 41 "ecrai. Wool, 4' 5sug 1w II.... 37] 3011 elter I P M. run* 1111 ot poro phota oupplloo' UPRIGHT PIANO ,,M4Wi 60 DODGE

), ...! Meem ***** am line. G.I.livable.'.."'.home. ..000.. Near T-A-G APVUANCIS 4l IP W. Unl,.. A.... ,. 10/1 INC. Good._ CoOdIlIoo Ilr5p' 11II.005' Call PG, 613 '61 VOLKSWAGEN "minion radio, $fOC

.CS STWJJOl *r 176.3105NEW NICELY FURNIIHIO' ROOM convenient Teiteol and Guarantee heater, power ittaring VS. . .
t Acre, Kliwolo1. rd, PHI $IASOI4IPICIAI., Until
near era. .. ,
.. r Must Mil Inallant e. thru. _
la town and Y.' Prefer 41 .
: : ,......ohopping ...,... bu.I...""... or grad otudantI a 1t".Ig.Rental" from from lie 130 no up Oct. GAS I* only HIATCP., Living': plui,room maLP Automotive'J | out_. Adios. dfl 1711105. '
our go. '
SW 10th II 374-"'llIfOKOOM 17 W....,* Irom II If _. HAPLYMOIJTH l-door Furyi
MAR'V'MOELLER. REALTOR up t .yll .. Woo, compiotg, normal door iuiomoti tmnmitJJ -
lOlf W. UNIVERJITV AVIFRa4471 and arivata, bath .tar I Dryer from |"4t up 1n..I1.,,,,,, nudy to haul 1143 GRAND PRIX, PONTIAC f-Q FORD '
I Mature paraon carport. IM ma.Rt t PooovPraoiart tram let. uo aconomlcaln/' lor Mot total Melercyciat. t> s...,.,. iporti coupa fully xwlpordi' coIl lion, .radio kaattr, $
_ 1, Co. 115-1 Ph, FR, IM7IPURNIIHIO I 01_.. "om..* uo colt only bIt" SI down IIIIr. ...... 'II .U15 U..I". A95
: I'MODELS on Levy lake, II mln. NICI 500001 06-in. $1501." or JIM VOYiei :::ll hlCE cqDISCOUNT Ardor. P.d. .. MHO 600
from Mad. Canter SUM.Oladyl '..b''.. Oft "Nt p0r5150.Anlwnl 00* NW tih A m f M) MI. CALI. m'7 44r ladle" t hoot-
J :: Smith, Raeltarim tum.. 531 SI 2nd P0. -SINGrn- APTIit P '.11II. or, auto Irani Troda for lAId '-
to 1tl7 Chov Paymontt at
... New OaMff"Oelly w. uni "- -- I!!:HH Cull 372-1511. NOW SOIOOIJTONf MO T 0" me CoIl FR, ....,. ( par ,58 FORD 445
I ,. IO-' iiEis. 4 ml SW af Alechueorn ROOMI M black. PRICES AUTO ZIG ZAG ICOOTIP. with, .''octr''. otarllng, 1 d". ,..1 .Ie. .

.t' ". 1 VIII... OraaeCalealgl woll ...IIe tenk, lEA from ........$. Ml lv M Av.. .-........ P.OIOII .I3<0. Toll. 1270. 421] NW -WANNA MOVING
O electricity. ........ 1171 per acre Call 3711301 attar I rm. MoleItudanti Wg undorsoll avarybodv.HENDRIX Pool otto. No .n.to 0004 JO'I 0' 37H-I1M. MACHINE'

S ami cantomoararalytooi 4 1-II40 oltor I PM.I only' .... Perion. with good cradi takeup 14 '41 CHEVY ...., :301 HP on.glno 4 4100' .utolllCl.l
" )
pay. of 14 ..... ar "balance REPAIRS itandard portacf conditionOwnnd
Irtc ana) buok.A .. TO"iu t i a. 004005004" m... FURNITURE 57 MERCURY
I I of ".. write Jimmy Croeby by local bu.I_. man Winlicrltlco 1000010. '
41 Cel..." Psspa'ty .
100dvs.m..1bhdoPOully No.0 00 5000 "' 1. 10 "oth NW Oft Aya. at lOin (I. Oan. Col. Oalnwvlii luobioai. *,1w CDNDITIONING. lun. u. Call F 11 1-QMI 395
MwL 111 NW 4lh II. Call 1714014. -;' tpoclal, 1750 for ... ..... _. ion radio h. .
CLIAN 0 rOftipIralo'I "" ;: .,. . . .
oily Mnvonloncoo and ""' HOMK POP All ail. All motto. and _...
O 550. I i I bodroomo, M Mth (I. i FOR with, RENT-Roomt,.Iv. bath', "and,.. op'antranco" All. 'PrIwia 311 5002. 'v ..'..nlO. S3 Ungla. .,..k, 17 of Ch...... built carl. H..... IT AirtorraMlag W'"taa5

f' ; $0005IW$2 lenaiiend.lainy 'JIlt A... Small. 0.50 ...m..'. 11.._..... ram, .* ml' I Micanopy MAHOGANY bodroam oulta .. eoubv H4ck, lilt complete. kitJim Powon Motor Co., Air CondiHoning C000 AANTEb, .040 44 fnrChavrolotl. ;.
p1' ...., new dMigei. Far. monthly' piymonli 157 II 141 eld ,.. Mkanopy. lour 4 hamo., Lounga, 10'.. oofa bod. Voylea Ill NW II th Ava.lainlonM ,: ServicIng Cantor 104 N. 10 Al HorMMI Irr* '58 ENGLISH FORD : *395
11110.1111 own.Own. AIM _.. bull an your lot Ct- ... choit, Duncan Phyla iMi'URN'" QuaIr 101.00000 Mow It., Phono PP. I-J541. low Vatlnn OH SB Oh V ,
: loaf dtoilfM 1 ....... .j_.,!* -. __ _
\ Ow NI. 2505 lIrlol to with no down payment PhFH I2t Kanmoro ... $02.04 lId.
NICE clean" orga room far range ;" cloalos., ; ond I
H lam Avonua ,,( / Two 14I1S. other houuhold goo 1300, bathroom
O 10.0-. 31111 LOTI M HOMECOMING? 1.. W. Inl Plata.JO jffUW,".. 314 NW ItS Nearly** -gap O n' :17H547. RETURNED FROM I ldoor,6 '
41193.NIWU5TIOrIpII. .00.0' tNU' UPHOI..yCh. .
I Inloroitod In tonI? 57 PLYMOUTH IMS
: ..r'Io at Woo .h'"y: prlca. Coil Maklle' He.. drauar. mlcnoal ,. .".. low as U. N. 000001 cyl, : .
dowN Iwo U .
171-41IS. 0. p. 's40P I
0.0. 500000.0 4 Irowor MODEL HOME DISPLAY
0 ..11m.... 5100505, .IM ...
1II01C in ,. ,,_ .
: Ions "" an
MOVE IN .I212. u 10' MOR'La' HDMII 000rwrt. com.bioo dvooy .rv'ce.' All worII ...raot
Now CCI 2 $.d.000l. 10. "th.hom. I .11 .'th TV 00 ...00lIlot. $21715 II 102 6. 110I.,.. told Phone 174.774.LIT .
: ; j'hz3... .. Low 405 ,.",... ,. L...,. Call 376.510 altO. I P. 11II. COX WAREHOUSE 5 Comploto Rooms Furnituro,
l ad N.I. '5''ih to.?. 'I TPADI
\ McCoy lullriortany ADVERTISE IN THE SLACK CONVSTIOL. 5O'A I'.* got A-l rebuilt WASHERS
lla7100nighto MATCHING CHAIII. I Ilsc I.. DITIPI P5113116.' .IlI1.GIlATOIS Applioncat 4V Carpeting STATION WAGON SALE
I iM-aOil SERVICE DIRECTORY l I......, calfao tiwa ( I O'5HWA5HII.' .
-- 372 1041. Conilin ol 7 DC Lt, eovorod
--- ._ Trade your air condmenert gum nylon iota and matching club
; C. S. 0 I. "-..,......., 0i. .ar what hove vow. choir. lit... ,."'... two dacorotor _... I ,.. I It.. mm iripio,
6511001 000410101.1 5* A I HANDYMAN SHOP PR 10147ROLL droitor, Stool and bookcaM bod for your clock radio locond
: Coil 376.OI0JI" :A-WAV liD-olIN-full tinIllp """ '..... comltH" ol m.... bunk kadi for Iho mat. Family iltod
SERVICESHome covar IM Mahogany dree dlnoito formka fop IoNS w 6 foam poddod ...1... Kltchon cam.piota .
t..1 1: 0.. .,..., window, olr" 'candl- leaf In* with pad, SIS. M I la. with n ... .., at d<_ compota Mt .. poti t pam THIS WEEK. ONLY
Honor I chromo kltchon, chain. _rug jag, U. Phona PR Mill gloaming parcataln )o" rango, with' sIlo, 1IreI''". and otoragooaacai
.,\ (; coniola $.... .,lng chair .... alM a 'a Admiral" rafrtgarator wlltl, ......... frMlor,
i : Phona J7J'4l,'l. J FOR tALl KrohMr I plec ate ., ...,. ..01... ,In door Rrguiar. prlca Otto group. (1450 Now tt
jiooiosp ''nyiwrayon lion*. ...... On* round ft ana can ba bought far
x n aniyt
And anuar formica table f* match
i Business pila" loam bath. tvocoooIriwni Good condition an. Cog FR ..,*. door .t.tioll '
US "Pnona 17t I73>, attar 63 BUICK 95
.m. ONE Spool .Slats?. .0 10 $599 '0.. hHter. IC
110.059 and one Ol atocti & -'

f lulldoslngIMAlk teio.d.IIio1, II M". ra tthNATURAL FR 1-1170.

1I' 1- ELLAs"CERAMICSNowOpenToThePublk7' I N. mangy "town. T..... $5 wk, ThiN graugi k .II SolId, '61 PLYMOUTH I do., =

...,_. loador, dump 110-YOU Nil D. 004dm, on Autumn Han 50011.5. .... H.. boos g. "loptaf ..I/. S.. It ::
P000*. mi dirt, lima *6. Top IrS ....... ..... -n, 0004 000.. km mint mia. Daubla PlOt cottor 0_ S 001011 Cl.ood TItan.Moo.
loll Phona_ 3717044.Mortgage ar mayBo a coma,aia. haw Homo! Salad. 111. Mcrifica lorKM. _. 0 Pr. 5lNI0 7 Il power brakes radio. ......,, lAAC
, : For I fraa ""m.... 4 guoro* 410* Nv I3tl PL PR a- ,It1" I. UnIv. km.P0 NATIONAL ir
Irokor food -"' phana. Carl C. ... 14101COMPLITS conditronirtf. . . I 77aJ
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schizophreniaFamily 2201 N. Main St. I Coupe d. "ill'. F.e- .:::
tory .Ir. Fully '
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car. Driven Ian then 5.500 mile.
Llit price $6530.
102 N.W. Irh A... BESTUSED
.FR 2-J5IJ car/performance car: Cortina has a split personality.This peaceful,well-ad- !

E I justed five-passenger automobile runs out to races and rallies and usually beats the ..

I Value Rated competition-equipped contenders.Cortina's score to date:200 firsts in meetsIn utlossemo. Holiday coupe.
Used Cart 23 countries. Cortina is winner of the 1964 Auto-Universum"International Car of 64 F85 OLDS L.1t than 1..
I 600 milct. Full equipped aicept air
B&G MOTOR CO. the Year award,for"outstanding performance, reliability and versatility in compe- CARSIN conditioner. List price $3534. $AVE

t 2001 C4llM NW-OMiimbll Htli St. tition around the world:' Imported and distributed by Ford Motor Company, it is '64 F85 Deluxe 4 door teden Demo.

available In the United States in the CT, the deluxe 2and 4-door sedan and the Driven 2,100. miloi.. SAVE
I Factory air. List $3574.
BARKLEYMOTORS station wagon.Every Cortina offers you five-passengercomfortfoam-padded bucket Club (0up V.,. Automatic
seats,American size nuts and bolts,ample luggage room and up to 32 mpg.4-speed 64 F85 tranimitiiort. Radio, heater

'i synchromesh and floor-mounted gearshift are standard, and automatic transmis- TownAND blue.W/W Brand tires New.tintod Lilt,loll.$2439.Whita. and $AVE .":

.1 "IN lARKLirS THI AUTO THI GAMI-.NAMI" sion Is available on most models.The 2-door sedan lists for only$1755 (Cortina'scounterpart '

f 2201 n N.2T M.i.St. ,the new four-passengerAnglia deluxe,offers many Cortina advantages, ..
i and lists for only$1559?) Meet Cortina, the International Car of the Year,the econ :

VO GEN omy compact with the dual personality.English Ford Line dealer has it in custody. HERE'S '64 JETSTAR equipped 88 celebrity oicept tadan.sircondition. Fully .-

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64 JETSTAR air, I
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.ki and runt food. . ,,. 495
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$2495 Air conditioned.i 39';J
; 58 OLDS 88 1 door ... 395
.Men.. -.. BUICKVfc_ sate e.n.b 'S7 OLDS t"itl.M'd.' 395

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points and condenser : pink
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II 1 f' "Flame-Resistant Clothes Proposed M; I

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J SAN FRANCISCO (AP) said Dr. George F. Crikelalr of Each year, he said, two mil pressure on manufacturers to
Plastic surgeons believe that New York's Columbia Presbyterian lion Americans<<; suffer disabling ,nake flameproof bedclothln I
flame resisting fabrics now Hospital burn injuries Another 8 000 die. and bedsheets.
i. hi;development offer hope of ". Our techniques for of burns each year a quarter "Congress can move in too,"
saving thousands of lives and reconstruction of damaged of them claimed by fires he said, "with new laws requir
that start with clothing or In I
preventing disfiguring Injuries hands and deeply scarred ears log that most hazardous Items,
bedding fabrics.
. and noses are still less than I like sheets and children's nigh
TEe American Society of perfect than we'd like. The answer Crikelair said he would like clothes, be flame treated
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PlMtic and Reconstructive Sur.f is obviously prevention." to see mothers asking depart IIOW.
i ins, now meeting in San ment stores now for flamepoof I
Francisco, would like to mount fabrics, although the price is VOTE
I Costly Process still high and the materials are
a campaign to the development .
f encourage WASHINGTON, (AP) A not as soft as non flameproof HAYDONBURNS FREE
I and use of these fabrics. 1f
r materials.' Senate study group says it can I
take up to five years of costly And besides, said Crikelair,I
i I AWe see the massive, severe litigation to settle a case before the stores don't carry them. He f
N burns that take years and years some federal regulatory agencies hopes that if there is sufficient I
'ofv..plastic surgery_ to rebuild," demand the stores will putSome
MMMM -- Chairman Edward V. Long, ALL-FLORIDA !
P rotseland, which has 313006 ,- D-Mo., of a judiciary subcom- Southern Californiacows
people and <<,920 square mittee, said In the report Issued get a mixture of orange GOVERNOR
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