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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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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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.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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89th Year, No. 88 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE lOc
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II RED CHINA SETS OFF NUCLEAR BLASTTOKYO



'TOKYO (AP) Communist China joined the world's atomic Communist leaders. successfully its first nuclear test."
powers today with an announcement it has exploded its first bomb The Chinese announcement came ironically, at a time the new The Chinese coupled the announcement with a long blast at
Jo in the western region of China. leadership in Britain is charting plans to end that nation's own the United States and a call for a world summit conference on prohibiting -
It The announcement came less than 24 hours after Moscow had nuclear deterrent program. and destroying all nuclear weapons <
exploded a political bombshell of its own-the ouster of Nikita The official New China News Agency only quoted a government U. S. officials have pointed out that some time must elapse,
Khrushchev. China's atomic disclosure and the retirement of Khrush- statement saying "China exploded an atom bomb at 1500 hours possibly years, before China can turn its first experimental explosioninto
chev are likely to raise China's Mao Tze-tunn's stature among world (3 p.m. 2 a.m. EST) on Oct. 16. 1964 and there by conducted what can be regarded as a nuclear force. ";





A Weary President I Ii' Coexistence Pledge i !








Made by Red RegimeJohnson ; "



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Talks To ,Labor Slim Victors. If



Red EnvoyBy Trouble May Lie Ahead for Wilson r::.

JOHN M. HIGHTOWER LONDON (APThe) Labor abolish Britain's Independent Sir Alec Douglas Home, lO,, '
w z WASHINGTON (AP) Ambassador party ended 13 years of Con nuclear deterrent led his partyto went to Buckingham Palace te *
Anstoly F. Dobrynln aervative rule today by winning victory and becomes prime present his resignation Queen ;,1. ,
said at the White House today control of the House of Commons minister At tI, he Is the Elisabeth tAt
that the new Soviet government -but by a slim margin youngest one In the : th the time, vole tabulations > i
Intends to maintain the established which can mean trouble ahead century. showed Wilson's party with' eta <, \
policy of "peaceful coex Harold Wilson, who wants toLabor The retiring prune minister actly half the Ufrmtmbar 'I',,
istence" and work for a further House of Commons but with" g).
relaxation of tensions In the other winning\ seats. to be re-,
world Yn 1 ported Wilson was forecast t' "
Dobrynin Is understood to ..Just a .bare majority. /!
4Ja1r have given that message to MO ;
Returns from HI 01 par 1
President Johnson in a confer r llamentary districts with the I
of about half an hour in
r rr ence net changes to seats won:
the President office. Conservative M, toss M.

Afterward Johnson escortedthe ,_ Labor US gate M. 4
diplomat to a driveway '
Liberal I, toss 1.
where microphones and cam- Others I I, toss 1. \? .
Si eras were set up. Jo crl laftll'. tmafftfeerd '
The relationship between the party could wind opfe.balance !
two men following the sudden n.tQe.
ofppwposNlsa ,
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.r government upheaval In Moa- "
fir new House eenveatnf Nee: S.Crlmend '
: cow, was yh4ortefs'hemend sakj; M would be "w+.'
ttfajrf "' id wining 'to cooperiato wlss tNLabsrlMf ...
r ::;' not tell them what he 'had I '
to I jjeveraiBeBt
said to Johnson but he could ell 4 '
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-- i them about the position of his reached an iMdentandhi -
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:., policy of lhe'rSoviet
WHICH PROBLEM BROU HT.:6N THIS GESTURE ? "The foreign set I
Union which was by
Johnson shown at La Guardia Airport jThuraday ajght before hop to CapitoL the party congresses .the lath- McKinney

Slat and and party congresses,,
Is going to be unchanged" he I.
Jenkins' Arrests declared.: The foundation of Says He's
our policy Is the streafthenlnf
of peaceful coexistence SIMM
(See SOVIET w Page I) For GOP


'News to Johnson9WASHINGTON : Yanks Strike McKlnney Gainesville said Mayor this Howard noon he T.

... Out Card' win become a Republican this
w Yogi
; year, following the lead of US
(AP) President more personal dedication, devotion reported It had leaned the Keane Quito Sen. Strom Thurmond Seulh
Johnson says be had no and tireless labor". Johnson police forwarded data 6n Jenk Carolina Democrat who Joined
information on Walter W. Jenk- saW of his aide lot 8 years. ins1 UN arrest to the FBI that NEW YORK (AP) Yea* !the Republican Party to support
ins that would have led him to But be added "Oa this case year and that to April INI this Berra will not return as manager GoWwater
question the personal conduct of as on any such case, the public data including a copy of his of the pennant-winning New of: Love Thurmond who won AlachM "-
his top aide before Jenkins' two Interest comes before all per"sonal fingerprints 'record was forwarded York Yankees Friday, films County's presidential vote In
arrests on morals charges became feeling* to the Secret Service, log an unprecedented World (K students .labored through wind and .rail "last night" IMS sa s Slates' Rights candidate ,
public. The PrekMM said: '"Within which had requested the Information Series aftermath. fin inning up their stage prop for tie Mg weekend came back to the county
But. the President said In a moments after being notified t The announcement was madeat Homecoming show. This a.. to at the KA fraternity l today, plugging for the Republlcsns I
statement Thursday night, once last night ordered. Director J. What the Secret Service did a press conference only s few house on West Ualrersity. Are. (Vr Plte/ekt ,
he was told Wednesday of the Edgar Hosier of the FBI to with the data ,ice shrouded In hours alter It was disclosed that Re was met stCslnesvIlls I I l I
arrests one of them in Ittt make u toanedlate and comprehensive secrecy the Post said Neither Johnny Keane had quit as manager Municipal Airport 'by Mayor I
Weather
and the other last week he Inquiry and report \the FBI nor the Secret: Service\ of the world champion: BrightensFor McKlnney and other county Republican I
asked Jenkins to resign Jenkins promptly to me and the American would comment Immediately. Louis Cardinals. The Cards : leaders.
promptly did so. peopfc At the time Johnson was vice defeated Bern's Yankees Hi a He was to speak after this I'
"No man I know has given Today the IttjOngtoa Post (See JENKINS .. Page t) hard-fought a.ven-game series. Hpmecoming afternoon's Homecoming Parade
.,I.Iio.. st !the GatossvUta Shop.ptaf ,
< ;" i T Center on North Mall i

I Bank Says Burns Never Had CCQ"UtNASSAU. ,By blustery SUN STAFF wind! wlurttliJA from tit, alfhi Students who tolled through St Thurmond predicted the Republican

north blew ante a cloud cover the long damp night on parade Party to DM party ef I
J- left over from Hurricane Is- floats and howe decorationswere : the future to the SouthThe ,
Bahamas (AP-Tbe) flew to KM** today to disprove directly or Indirectly does not photographs/ were 01 ledger belt today holding Ml some rewarded early this morning Democratic Party has I
president of the Bank of Nova the repskj.WlBtaoa Batototo 'aa account with us sheets from his bank. prom i. of sunshiny skies lot whs the suns first rays abandoned the ...... It to i I.
Scotia said today that Harden Etts. baa* president BOW sad bass maintained mat Ellis flatly refused to answer the Ulvtrstty of Florida's it three days Illuminated the leading the country down the "
Burns,Democratic candidate for issued a stsanoat to resreaen.taUvesef asp ttaM kilos. pest." further questions. Homecoming celebration. sparkle and color of their hadlwerk. *. road to soctoKsUe reld .'* i:
governor of Florida does not the U members of the lUll said be had no Idea hew After arriving to Nassau, The weather ma promised Speaking at a pros coe .,- !
now and never has had an ac- press trsveHsf with Burn& It ledger sheets. displayed 'by Halley Bums told newsmen that he had clear: cool weather this afternoon The traditional beans e ming once at the airport be was
count with it -Aid: sad purpsrsssg to .bee photograph been notified by bank officials and tomorrow but slightly / parade which opens the big asked why he left the Democratic
Bums' opponent, Republican "Mr. Haydn Burns has authortoad \ of the account records ;* Thursday night that snip. two on the windy side Temperature weekend was set to file out Party. He replied
Charles Hoer, said Tuesdaythat us .. state that to the got kilo the RepubtlcM candW members of the press could accompany will. range la the seventies from lilt University's ROTC "The Democratic Party left
Burns had IIJ million In !best ef our. knowledge be has ate-s hands., Urn eaj die visit to O., ki the; daytime but are ev: drill field si I p m. and can .... I did not ... .." "i am
the bank as of Sept. 30. Buna never had say dealings with us "He would' not say whether the (See BURNS ss> Page 1( ported to drop le the ITs t> (See HC oa Page S) See MAYOR esj Page S)
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1 .I! New Soviet Leader an 'Organization Man' 1 I



o IIM. ..... Despite Brestowv's bag career as a member of Use ComnwnW When. trailing Khrushchev: Into the K/emita reeepttoa haS, BrtsJ

Party and as a fnufsusat official, he has said IHtle .la public sev s open, masculine face and lackadaisical. gall have contrast*!
NEW YORKj-leeaM Dykb Braaha... the sew lint secretary about basic Soviet policies er about the Ideological: qossttoas Out agreeably with the rigid and humorless. appearance of many ether
el .
lilt .. Party. "I h.soy hewed. *eyr Jkrai.
an the everrldtog.torn to (lit CemnwnM world today h his alter- Soviet officials.
too with a asters* face ass) a txtnsaaatlag p.-. At IT years
of age be rasrssesls the new ........ el Sestet tosttors those awes, be generally echoed Khrushchev: views and loyally. supported But him personal! We. .like most others to the sew Soviet. esec..

bore to this ceatary and weaatd, ee lie sasrktoai' ef. ....,. of fee premier.A live class:. has been carefully. protected from totnstoss .by, forelga-
agriculture sad of ,.atIc& % and Soviet ctttoeaa.At I
Westers dtobnet reeeatfy described the newtyto Soviet maaagarplitkiase diplomats ordlaary

.A smug.Ittss prtttje f. isomer Maier Itlrith kre.. Brofawvattoa typified by Breshwv as the oquJvaleat to tilt ... least three features of .,...,'. career appear to have been ;"
was trIIIIII a I metalhs. gkd .....,bid IIIIrGJ r .. .die.WI ... dtrtriel .....let lie West "... Communists to gray flaaatlBratowv MiuenUal .to placing aim to bis sew post
was drawej_toto M pent Hart '
-it' .,. served as party chief to three ettffereat regime of lie Soviet
HeiwstesMftHfteraitoef. psis Sinsrch."ap etsepaa ens"e..e 'vbs L'.. tile I.'nIIw. Mebieeln attl Kashhsta. asd 111M..... ; '
People ISM bad a ctoksca to observe ctoaefy ss g.gad
t /se..aas pities renar1e stir to ........... elimit he probeMy bulH personal ergaabattoas to each. '
nag II! aunt.. lie Seeks/ u..r.- Oat be Is lass IsrtliMtog aad tan personable. flan swat ef ,
pee MedarLD.rw ..... be peeved atoucV Y various posts to be as) aatosdmtototreiar. t
When iMsttJty .teajeod Stsss fad JMyji iiiliml ef thin Heist .
lJrlstt II dlwM ....II Its thtrts a1 ihnuftpw's dins II lie w .... b .antjt sauatrsm and c..me hi'li .....
saesutsstsg opus neat.. .... Wltelhits. ewrbfdttmae eel >>ratrtan In daesraehjn ........... headit N.e Third, be appeared. to bsve saw coatnl. ever flat police seal w
Ms tort ef taceeatog Orabtis16. mum ** hue *. '.. r .... seta acre typiaasf d I paOdda& Sawa leg her boss We see..... days stay base. Inherited till as+part ef ss i ifluestial / \ '

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; HC Isbell's Just a Big PuffMOREHEAD Soviet




From Page ,1 CITY, N. CAP eight l inches of rain over the Plnar del Rio Province Tuesday through the everglades causing I'countries with different social

carrying dignitaries followed ( ) Tropical Storm Isbell, Carolina and Virginia. night and ,Wednesday. ,leaving little damage. 'systems and a further relaxation -

a parade route on West University downgraded from hurricane At Morehead City on the Atlantic four' dead and Immense dam- In Cuba the Island's tobacco of tension."

Avenue from the campus status moved over the North \ there was some rain but crop was reported virtually Dobrynin bad asked for the

N.lr 10 Main Street Carolina coast early today likea little or no wind. I I age.She picked up speed when wiped out Fruit and vegetable meeting on Instructions from

of\ 4' More than 75 bands floats deflated football The Weather Bureau laid she reached Florida, where the'crop also were ruined and hundreds Moscow to give a message of

II and can carrying dlgnltarle.1were Early today the storm was winds of the storm should be no main body ot the storm swept of homes were destroyed. reassurance to the President to

,., to roe out from the drill centered 20 miles northeast of more than 55 miles per hour, the effect that the sudden

field, move east along West Morehead City where observers but there were no reports of More About, change In the Kremlin did not
....
University Aw., past a review. said everything was relatively. any wind much over 40 m.p.h. mean a sudden change In U.s.-
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:' Buchnoli quietIt and that In Soviet relations, diplomatic officials
.. .. lag stand at Junior gusts. .
became obvious that the Burns tald.Johnson .
High School At Mala Street Isbell northerly
was moving on
storm had all but blown itself met with Dobrynin
the route win take a right
I II' parade course at 20 to 25 m,p.band .
II turn before reaching a dispersal after session with Secretaryof
I r out.But of was expected to lose her From Page 1
point there still was danger State Dean Rusk. Ambassador
i Identity later In the
.... flooding to eastern North Carol- completely at Urge Llewellyn Thompson
probably the
44 I Homecoming ; when-.b with Burns asked the' I
day merged a newsmen to lem
that hu been laid at
11 only political attraction In the linn. Many counties In the area yourdoorstep. special\ assistant McGeorge:
." developing winter-type storm located decide who would ,represent I in
; and
state that brings together the' already have been declared disaster am politics Bandy and other foreign policyaide
and hit cabinet the areas because of record near the upper South them. The aeWIl1lID'reIuaecI., am accustomed to this sort otWng *.
.. governor[ Carolina coast, according to the and Bums conducted lottery. but an running abank.
Florida Congressional dele ga- flood waters within the past two you Before Dobrynin' comment
Weather Bureau.
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lon, the state legislature and weeks. Drawing the numbered slips diplomatic official her said
-- The Weather Bureau warned Isbell, born In the Caribbean, they expected the new Kremlin
Florida Supreme Court, Is no' were Matt Kenny of United Meanwhile, Holley was sticking

exception this election year. that. Isbell !might drWeather four to marched. slowly through. Cuba'sGAINESVILLE Press International and Jack to his ..tOrY.I regime of Leonid I. Brezhnev

Throw In the featured speaker Ledden of the Palm Beach Post "If didn't.1 believe he had a and Alexel N. Kosygin to offer

.. .. er at tonight's Blue Key banquet Times. The Information was relayed million dollars in the Nassau assurances to the Western pow.

., I Sen. J., William F u.- Roundup to other newsmen. ., by. Ken bank I would not bav taM tt," ers generally that there wouldbe

.' bright' newly turned'' Republican ny and Ledden.:) Holley said Thursday! night no change in bade Soviet foreign

ten. Strom Thurmond of policy of peaceful coexistence

.= .' "'\ South Carolina and the two At the end of the meeting with Holley, a state representativefrom as developed by Khrushchev I
Ellis, Burn told him, "1 want St. within t '
for of Flor- Petersburg had IBid the last two

: "= Fined in Liquor Case ,. candidates Ida-Haydon Burns governor and Charles NNdzoNa' to apologize to you for tilt ... artier that Burns, Jacksonville year .

HoUey-and there an an the mayor, bad tilt account u of U.s.' official are watching

Socialites Mr. and Mn. Francis B.,.Dutchtr enter ingredient for on Of the ,Uv More About Sept. to tilt Bank of NovaScotia's for .development In Soviet.Red
Nassau branch. Offl.clsls ChmaM relations wondering ;
Thursday.wheri get-togethers of ,
court In Stamford they pleaded no lied political .
of tbebank Indicated whether In view of the
progressive
contest to criminal charf of serving liquor to teenager all time., win keep a sharp A' Many cloudy 1 Kill .11"..... .seq. 'artier through Florida banking breakup of the Communist
Observers
In prelude to a debutant.p tragic auto death. ear on Fulbrlght's talk for possible kdcomlnt. ptlIy N* 'Import lady,.* lonlgnt tomporoluroduntoi. ondldturdy JenkinsFrom :circle that the account did DOt bloc, Brethnev and Kosygin will\

: Th Dutcher were fined $250 each. They were the comments concerning the Low tonUM! Y H .wind.. HlgnIdlurddy ,. exist on that date. launch torn new attempt to
M h 74. Nortborly
first of 13 adult defendant to be arraigned on ouster of Mlklte Khrushchev as I* :H ...,... ..' Dour dlmlnlttlnt Mie At the airport In Nassau before reach an understanding with
I. II mil** per hour SolurdoySmill
charge of violating a 31-yoaj-old ,Connecticut law, the Soviet premier. Fidbrlghtli crin wornlm* .,,,,1.,11II. Page 1 going to the bank, Burnt Red China and restore some
Red nations
by saving drink to minor daring a round of par- chairman of the highly Important BCDDeer..slnl clou- said be made the trip for three unity among th*
.-Soviet relation
Tb future of U
hut Juno Senate Foreign ..Relations dines today becoming fair president and Jenkins! his
... tie In neighboring! Darien, Coors Committee. Saturday. Continued cool was reasons. wa* thrown into a state of

,.... Thurmond's name Is nol with low tonight 50 to 55. Kbnlnlstratlv assistant I "I want to completely satisfy uncertainty by. the shifts in

.. NON-VOTERS I among the hundreds of Invited Johnson's statement\ heavy the mind of any Florida citizen Soviet leadership and Presl-

no ,. Along with Queen' ElizabethII guests lilted In the UP'i Homecoming High Saturday middle 70s, with companion for 48-year-old who may not have teen the d.,,' Johnson said the Krei-

the Beatle didn't vote In' Pressbook, .but he was Northwesterly winds 15 to wr Jenkins: his wife and other article In the press and development mayor may not
six children
[Britain's general election I' expected to attend the Blue Key 25 miles per hour diminishing to offer another approach to I be a sign of deeper turmoil

tonight and Saturday Oat of whom wu named"Lyndon" this matterFuneral. and change to come.'
"W wanted to cast absentee banquet as a guest of one of clearing up
after the President ----
.. vote, but the form were the members of the .leadership Small craft warnings WEATHER distributed -
wu to
mailed to us too late" said fraternity which I sponsors displayed newsmen IAUMNOSa
when they returned with the Notices
Beetle Paul McCartney. homecoming Municipal Airport reading for :
e f M 1- Par "'roun tolurdlyNo President from hit New York
'lie wouldn't say whether be Estimates placed the size ol. lull M worm:1U 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: High

land the other BeatleJohn the crowd expected for the ftftivltiei wootarly I* 41. MWi wlndo,.,.is ,M U mild* Mr MurglmlnloMnf 70 at 10 a.m., tow M at 7 campaign. trip. ALfMIM P*. CHikor" 'N. Ices M OM IhllohOHM

tennon George Harrison and at about 10,000. tonight tot SdturdoyOP am Rainfall .3 Inches.TNMPSSATVes5 In effect It Mrs s5111ses M M... ANnarM Church .to Alas/". with
....11 .,eII w"nl". .I'ellYiIII w 1100 wu a reply to 5w. MOM C. WWtamo conductnf -
Rlngo Starr- would have voted Capt. William BoweD of the ....,. Dean Burch, chairman of the .. sea.. N MwwOs. w 111 Nlwldpat. It* __ ......1 will) ..
Conservative, Labor or LiberaL Gainesville Police Dept. Mid Pal through ..'.... and ILSSWNIRSJockomllN National Commit 11. lea N Ion NNN ,.rt III 5559,55)909l ) C--, eM.,
Republican
In HI dUdclM it Ouncon Irti.
Ml dulld w worm Low lonWlt 5001150 Church with C. J. JN
The queen can't vote. lAw bout ..000 of them will be outoftown Mo. Mlfh: lotvrdoy drund M Nam.wNNr1Y ) It N N L Mw.M tee who earlier to tht day bad .......lRf .* lorM MM5N. M" JlrNsaS wilt
Itvod dt Ml N* MM Tr OdtnroIIU -
ban lord, lunatic and Mont' visitors."Probably wind, torn li loiuroMyK M M mlloo. for hourImlnWiInf Mloml' '7. 71 accused the President of covering | ..awls- mNl to n''::IINCM50I.4. ,, ISIS dl hid him Tudodoydflor

.. ..., TWTIMAtlonto. n .. ....... M,. AN..n5r .. ohort NtoMi. rlonM will
from the poll*. everybody hi the Pal" through "' ond not. 51 55 1.1 up for Jenkins after the first awe. N 5t. A a..w bo rocorMd M till him H HovJddiMnt .
county will be hen for the parade ojullt. "M"'worm' tow Low Mo tonight NorNiwoit now.15.MI55 .idwoot Now OrtooniCIO. 71.. arrest 0.540050. Ml. knthor, dt I:U ...-
CRUSADER .V ....... 71 51Wa ON. 14 INS, :.::.t'r'Vi ..,.
NO Howell' salt winds U hi 11 mlloo por houroHmMlohlM ..
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ueN5 Mrw Aneld51WI.
Helping swell the crowd will Kornlng oomo dlipioyod Idturoty Imillcroft ...ti, a II And it followed by several INe. INN 5N. ... NN .0 011M. ,51000525. .a. A505.55 P.Mr.l ..
Mr Walter BraaaiaSmith Ch"n 51..M 5va4 55 N 54. 55r15N M M' Prima.w5)MM00NssSPM.4n511.
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hours a sympathetic statement NUSA51r5 .
be several thousand schoolchildren I City 77 II '
::: ,. publisher of four weekly ALMANAC5wa50 KOw 10 aPI. by Mrs. Johnson who described :: N also-.w p mlCwyM. : tt."M INS N sans
enjoying holiday. Today I' Waal 7' It m54M515 N5N 1Nd.rry WItS
piper In Holmes County. INw 5.51 ...... Jenkins who "reachedthe Oi5 5015 aa5dadtha. .
conference M'" u a man 55,1.,4 5w. N?
In sast a 44
wu day .. ,
Svnrlo tomorrow till im Akc511Mr5
received th "Won.an .a W. MJ" four oMMn law lurtel will N III Nw5ryCstry
Mississippi county schools. ManeMmarr.w 1:41 '.mKM end point of exhaustion\ to ,. AI.._, M, 51445 155 51.90. N
lout
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of Co.1Inc1" Mom Oct N PUMM In*. Mortlclon' M,.
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hit Mn.
\ Sheriff Jot Crevasse deeluMto Mgrtury. tt' ...n... Mono*, (...v MturdoyVARDELL MM dt II:N ond 22:51 dedicated service to coun WM Lottumoro.Jiinr Mr Holorl ... II.... III N.....',,
award hazard I .Sal* alms, .lrocttV S.ren4M 0.m. LOW _111 dm ond 141 p.m.ilSlday try." She said :the 'Job eese ANNa as so .olaav1Ne 5M dlod it Ih*AMchu onorol HOIIUlTM
a guess on the crowd N .,...... ..... .pIIcL....... .451515 _
lnNwYerkThursday I tM end tram Iho iorthII High M II:W Low Mm. I 'Mr' .
sow but he did say a g Ito d dtdut W million mlloo .I11 .. Slid 4:17 *.m. were praying for-Ut recovery :::... yes :Audnll.N0: :i.5 MR .NssrvrIwo
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from .
5n/MMM dIMr NMlvd '' :
number of his reserve officers dnd .... M r. Nr11.N M I1Nr Monry tmlor

Womenotta the National* will be pressed Into duty. :More AboutMayor end-, NtUNsMans s hIS P.M. at Mrs Alto* lit will 1M, MIMNrpMIM M of 11'M It A.M5
II 'Homecoming gets. bigger on turn*, Octotw 11. |M4I
United States Plor topllot CIv"! 4Jrr
bttuarit' CLARK JOHN Fnnorol lone
every' year," be said. "But JcIon't .r.. wH1.Hr.CL. AddlM 1
01 M fl. Smith, ICM for M,. Ciork, 00 44 loboror conducimt mo. otrvlco. .uriolLIII
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wllo.ho" expect too many traffic will' bo hold: I.W t. sue b* M .,. Pail Comolory unIdor
I My XHt to. ot NM tho dlrocllon .. Pl
calved Ills headache Normally people ,...,.l irnngmionti" whn" ...tI. I., will M found undor Picasso Not_ ..",., Church with tilt IlkhvHornom oor norol Homo. Mr Imllhllvod Donor, w.a

S Pulltlzer Prize drive very carefully during this confident the Southern people w this (.... surly Mnductkn win kt In ClorkComotory Octotor M II Orov INS Port!In m. *Plo Aidchvd.' dill .
Sd. Mrs. Smith event and we don't look for a HAYNER Palmetto, two sisters Mr s. uMor the dlroctlwChoohwt II GanaN N.151. MNwm5 .. ..
last will feel comfortable in .
spring 0 t
more .
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number of 4 M llo' Funtrol HomoItorkt **Md Illnooo. Mr .... th WMm
large accidents. HEIGH Mr.
KEYSTONE Grace N.C.
her editorial on the White CIU- the Republican Party." Shelter Charlotte ; ''''1''. Mr. Clark who 55 M Juno T. y. M Mum
Chamber of Commerce Executive Vardell Dickerson HaynT 41, and Mrs. Sam Inman Toccoa Hvod dt Routo I. tw It Wdrhd CaNira 154 end 5v11 In PI...
,
word ,
isle far '
: Never iii tens Council, said that th 1* "I predict the Republican I ,"',..* dM rUoy Oct t. H4. Id and Alornud County mat ofb
Sea. Everett Dtrksea, MIL, crusader Vice President Billy died Wednesday evening Tallahassee Ga; and his mother Mn 01 *rodhlrd County MMpltd Mtor 5N 11Io. Aa9. pll5ara/ will
or a la become the
not
: courageous Party going to Illnot*. Mr. CUrkwoo ,.
Mitchell Uhftrlnf Doom* .) *>Mr toptutClHirch
reported "M Charlotte
uses phone at Chicago hospital but Just trying to report the a per predominant party of the after an automobile Mary Barnes Garwood kom Jon. I. WOO hi Stork. !
: cent Increase of Interest Flo. dnd had llvod 'In ItdrM dol .
in tbJayear' N.C.
accident.She .
.. l bedside .....". He, truth and give honest opinion South." .hit Hfo Mr Clark WM d momMr -i '
has been fa aosphal a week .. homecoming. was a member of theKeystone W Ml Now todtm Church! _0111. IDA unorol Mrv.led '
Thurmond said that In 1941 HARDEE '
I ALBERT end d Ocdton Ihoro lurvlvlntmomkora tor Mr 1. Ttmrndn M.5ama.IN .
= for test (miles e a k It, Mitchell said.. this It due to -the he was a Steles' Heights Community o. thd Mmlhr ... two wW M hold M ogo INd.m
Re this being an election year Church and Order of Eastern BRONSON Albert Har- MM ..... UMdM Clara and oo SMurdoy Oct. 17. 1H4.dl .
back pain) P. f
I : emphysema, year I Rights presidential candidate Jar, .. Cldrib" M" Stork OoMoo ....... Church" with
.I used Stephen I* totwdttce Star Chapter 279. dee, W, died at his home here .m. SNNn. Mn. .uIII 54nda. Ran. t. C. CllnMt conductlnf IhdorvlcM
Democratic turned .
th ... .
Party ond IIUoMth CI. h th IIIII" ,
lurlol will k* M how-
Z pinch kit speaker for address 'You'Need toward the left. I Survivor Include her bus* Thursday after a lengthy Ill .' tlvd krtlhoro Jomoo W thorn* undor Iho dlrocllw of ,

b* ". to give .*..,. \ That wu the year he said band, Earl D. Hayner; two ness.M Clork, loot 0(,Itorko._Author Cdtoor D ClorkMoroncy Cldrkot N Mud*.*!J. Chootnvt :.*. TMV'Mrldd. I

HERO Me Now: when Hubert Humphrey got the sons, Richard L. Barton, was a native of Chlefland ,. Hottion ear. AIMrt. CI.CldrkTnntdh .. itMoritdto N ,*.... dt. Ned Mans-aria...a Oct Hngorlnton II.
i
YOUNG A IsLBJ's stele' rights plank taken out Charleston, S.C.; and Glyndon and lived most of his Itf e In .* dtllor nlithrM .ondtriondo. 11,1155 Mrw Ylmme ... Nee
OJ Jacksonvillea Frlondi win M rocolvodot ,.., II. 1171 m Ucnloouthorn
2 Fourteen-yesrold Mike BarflM ,. of the national platform and F. Barton, Bronson.' H* wu clerk of the /M homd ot Jerry 0. Cldrk ,...... als hllll 515 In M.... J
..:: : daughter, Mrs. Earlene Ward Levy County Circuit Court from .. Ills fM to Sidrkd.tirod moot dl Mr m*. Mn.
of Madison possessed a Tune the civil rights plank put In. Timmont w. momMr of Gall
I s state flag and a slate seal tie Humphrey, Is this year's Democratic Rome, Ga; a sister Mr*. Vie KM until 1117, and also taught 'LOT" CatT1e PMwras W. M ttW. thurch" ImlvlntchiMnn
,
.
5 Aldridge Jacksonville and k./ Nr M PI1yS..M 4. M mam54r. N 111. Nmll155 11S
:
clip for rescuing' a baby froma WASHINGTON (AP) Pres\.1\ vice presidential candidate ga In the public school system for ttromon wM td hold N Mr. Hum Dwi. /II,..
six grandchildren it Ht wu member of II.M ...... lunddy oIM IN4, Rand *.4411)15. M r* Lama
fire dent Johnson, off today The ask that contrl-\ year a ot Clwrch! ot '11 CoY. Farris Bryant hailed the other campaign trip, has triedto !I Thurmond predicted that after family the Methodist Church. Mndueimt mo oor MIS. Mrs Hu ,- Two niton.Mml .
.
2 II ... 54 101 Hit .' WII_ .
>uilon* b* mad to the building *urlo' wlll Mr* Sun"
youth In his office during a news use the replacement of Nlkita I Lyndon Johnson, Hubert Survivors Include a daughter, ....... SanmNry 5Ma *.5 w.. M.....,, 17 NeaMlaa.. 7.
fund I
of the
Keystone Height* ChoMmiMr riot
I roctlM dt ttuthoo 4 frondchildnn Ills rltlM .
: conference Thursday saying he : Khrushchev as an argument for Humphrey would assume lead- Church In lieu of flower Mrs. Lucille Gunn B r 0 n son; CurtW. whd 0595545555 I ond frlOTdo. Prlond win 1 M J
acted "with the kind of conductwe keeping a 'ershlp' of the Democratic Party. ......... dhM '-.-. Oct L colvod dt Ill Mime of Mro
I two ions Hasken, Brims e a ; 144. M homo ..... d UnoormiMIAMI. Loom* jonkln* HIM ...... to r
are proud of In Florida and B. Democr.t.LyndOll'1(Robert F. Kennedy will follow HOWARD GARWOOD SR. and Bascom Jacksonville; t Mr dais. w Mn, >A5,ldind ,.. H_ 1WILtN
Archor
the kind we ought to recognise.! I House. Humphrey, Thurmond said Howard Barnes Qarwood sister Mn Susie Williams, .1150 hod If .INod Ktl.to to Mlfh .... 44yoort. Joos Pwmr.Iaalkel t
:
1 while '. heroic act Johnson broached this approach Sr., 80. of SOU NE 7th Terr., Chlefland; five IfIIIdchlld: r*a .Mr ol. Mr.Church CurtU ol ChrUt WM I lurvKrtot mom N 11:55 Mr, wa.w. wilt Cc.545w

cam b* was mowing the I Thursday night In windIng Sweet Shotgun died Thursday at his home after and nine great rndchOdrtn. MrnMrt dl Ihd fomlrf, are INS r It dt :. tdmol BMtttt
heard a baby'sscream or* .......... Mew AltdmdlDvnconi 5 Church M Mkonoty with InOonMiox .
He NatBwii
lawn. IUf .Ucaa Caabnua > up a two-day swing through a long illness. ond owor. Mew LIII' Cdnducllnt .W *orkoo. w
.next door and raced Deaa lurch charged New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Spare* TargetP He wu a native of Georgiaand MRS. MARY GALLI 5,41 Curtku twd krdMon /II CurtM.twd ,. 1. lurIM wm k* to Mlcdnovy .1
W. CurDd and Mr. GrISt war ih* dkooHoii ot (
over to aee what was the Thursday that PresUrat JeanMO New York. ,' Wash. (AP) John cam here 14 yean ago Mrs. Mary Gain M, of 401 trdhdchitdron dthdr .... ._ M511)01.w M. WI"inconIIMMOUt I Sal,

matter. "covered at) far five and Addressing a Johnson-backbit! Smrton Just may give up candy from Newborn, Ga H* wu an SW 40th at., did Thursday MM remsMd M IrkMi at 900Nam Piles N Mew MNM ........MNN. N Mkw.IP." 5151 5

The baby Mark Quick, waa Inflame a halt year*" a moral chisels Liberal party rally In Manhat mint Insurance representathr for afternoon after an extended Illness ANama i DuncM N It.. AM.a .
NI55 aprMiw Mil MAP.V soon PMr .
*, apparently from spilled arrest ef Walter Jeaktas, a top tan' Madison Square Garden Sine h* quit smoking Sever- Woodmen of the World and was oorvtc' ** lor Mew IMmon-. ?.

gasoline that Ignited from a ga* Masea aM. Story en Pag the President salt: "Changesand ton always' has carried cylinder a member of the First Baptist She lived ben for nearly four .A.Mantes...ML.. ML- Pwwrd N.waea torn.ttddUr H....omoloioo 0.5..5.*f lunlond WIN w 'koid.......of. Can 1lr'SSgf '.

water heater pilot flame I. uncertetatle b this busy of the mints In his pocket Church. year and wa a member of St Mr IlKiid oo tor* wddd-.d. toOIIIMIO ?-.-M. | Oc*"" it m* di I IWMIdCd
iMitiailoli CNlal 5N5 5e.
H* matched up the baby and world where we Uv* give great Out hunting he reached Into his Survivors Include his. widow Pitrfck't Catholic Church. mon il Iht World win M hHd itWtW Drew orncUtmp 55ia.In .

handed him. to bit mother. The, AID HARMFUL .tloht to our own need for a pocket for a cartridge loaded Mrs. Mary D. Carwoed; a Survivor mchidt her daugnter. V. A.M. ,M MWrdov.JohnMh OctdMr Chodl dlory t* N *undor. NmIp till plot dlroctM k Wlndwr of .....Car O,.

child I* reported recovering.DISAPPOINTED. his and the John R. Rime Gainesville :r.rM.;4 T. Lomhoo,, Witt C MMd PuMrdl Mom d |tor .
stable, sure, steady course on I shotgun pulled trigger daughter, Mn. Mr*. M. K. Warren, Church .
bagman Brtwtter Jr, president MOMT Pint tddlM wa Jaal.rp
Yale I the bails of a toady bipartisan II when pheasant wu Miami; two tons Edmund: ; two grandchildren and _lilt lilt ..",..... turldl wHtt I?. Nil to Alochu County. Ih.* ma .
of University, doesn'tthink to Hittcnoi: Momoriot PM _. ..
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I flushed. Gainesville and Howard ..
It's a good Idea for the foreign policy. ; Jr. five great grandchildren. now lilt dlrocltwt_d.. /II.Jo S.Ja11MM O.1.. 111,5 mw1N.S N till map ere 5115aaaO
PYMri PM J. 55mm. N .
Actress Anita Ekberg I II reported government to support research wood who Hvod M Ml H* 7m 'a5 5 5550051w Jw5 M. 5100 w. ,.

pkmlr to relinquish her to th* humanttl u It don la in Talk Here wp TdrrOCTJ.lliM.lno.Malmo N.55s dWd 5a1r TXWdMKt 5951. L.mN tkMoi N Cm Nwttwnm/* M -.....-Pw.... Mew Mew
Swedish dtbemhlp to become: science. I Holley Repeats Charge I *>WM.. Mr OwIN woQjdrdjd A r,. lo.Mon or MotnM dnd Mn.]
Italian. Map tan to *>udrMtlWHO. tdr.. .dot* ol ONSSpwwCvesT
an Oar.N 94 Sad blew M .1315.
The search for truth la tb*
A spokesman for the blonde IAN 111& 5urvWMle male ML .._e a. Pwwa5rnma

laid she "had suffered a big areas of taste ideology, and .By JEAN CARVER "If I didn't believe he had([talk with bank officials Burnt alders it "a socialist nc..u.1 ...re. :.. tMs1M1y Miry SX 'djirwddlOolnoo 5n M. 7. ......Sir. m51cMm.M. 5arN 12111 It (N MI5. a

disappointment" In her native belief can never safely be made I SIll Staff Writer SI million In the Nassau has called Holley's bank account torially lilt i o doudMir, MrHoworo .. IA.M.. m -.. OckMr 17.

: Sweden H* didn't elaborate, dependent upon a federal "cho I Charles Holley brought a bank I never would have saidH.HoJJyeJd. claim a fraud Holley noted that tf his hometown -1 J45a S). t.5Nw.tiroioo Moo Jr.54159'. r" JJJJ 51,J.Mlldmo.T. McCar-oarty ChooM wly
Instrument'' of financialupporV MHO, ,... ond IdMM) Oat *, .. ... ..
sen He tanned Burns "sale" ( o* will H In lw C_
a but be apparently referred .to tall of three title to town of paper bad endorsed aim', ... turnin,, 540 okion, t M r.
.wM Bnwster In Us lie that "a the bank account the Lakeland Mn.lined t. Iholtdr H ChdrkXM N O59m.tlit nap _,
Miss Kkberg'i dispute with a annual : Issued Thursday Bight the Gainesville ctplalned nber" to .1"1 would have takes out aa| MC. 5M .... Itm M. hnod. FMrol HVM Mr Curry mON ..TNL. .* 1
: film director, who has threatened report. Thursday. story the Jacksonville of people were Involved In United Fund campaign ad to repudiate It" Tocw. ..., ... Mo MOM- : *> -\1":. cworiondMilMfTilitl C>

J to sue her for falling to TITO VISIT story and the Nassau story. the Investigation, although"I 'for $10 Thursday. typicalred On his "Gainesville ,story" 11. Mrw.M.ry SC. = 0.1x5CMIIMN. e110aran CSnp Saw '

s show up In Sweden to make a The lint two were of parsing: am not going to cay" where herring for publicity." Hollty said lit shies vote ..will N II M 51,554'waN. III 11N....S.44M. .saw

t scheduled. movie. ......... Tk of Yugoslavia Interest to the sparse crowd of I got the In/ormaUon. I, Kolley told The Sun he did against appropriation for the ,-.aware Mrs mU Sswa1 Swat 55(5155 SIPS. ( .. SnS.

Mia Ekberg and her hut- arrived at Cypru today for a.Jays at their dinner meet In a pros Interview before nol consider the bank! account University of Florida u neb 2.45 1.15.5areee .

: band, American actor Rick von six-hour "'hilt with President hla talk the PlneUu state representativ -1 a principal Issue In the campaign but wu voting against tile en- wa vs.et ..Ice.a15e5 foheawd .....

Nutter, Uv* In a villa near Archbishop Makarlo ingThe said informationabout although "it I Ii toda,." tin ippropriatioM ML H* repeated h551s SroN.a MW. s._. -' _
I I ,
o o 5,11 .
1)OnN.; Burn bank account the Bums bank account He noted that he hu people claims of vast waste b 59255. sow" w Son w It.. Pub. I IJdfcno

STILL PALS story drew numerous questions wu brought to him test November "looking Into a number of'state pending.I N-1.15. 5K .w" c0.5.wa5551wsw Can .. 101 Sf
55512 51.1 1.e Dr. 292 ..
5W.
: ENDS VISITFrench A Including one preface of t by a friend who wu things" about Burns. I I I Holley said be is opposed to Alt Co MNL .wl45cwp ... roe ilseee se es mid dIM
iMeeinaa siac-
nessasM "something .Is fishy about the Interested to Helping HoQey Toll b Just coming to a the board of regent plan claD -_ 151 54...aarM a c-m.e w Me .......... .. ... .... sand w
President Curie ..... returned today from 1 ... Nassau deal" from the group with his campaign. bead." HoDey explained. I line it simply shifts political at-- 915 eSwM/ 0uwl'wn C.JaSM ....... ...... .

d* tineleft by plan for day visit to tbs United $&atm of IN than 71 at the Holiday\ He Mid lit hu wee 'photo- Houey, who told the audience volvement In tilt stele anKrar-. 551. o1Nr. w/1.r-N N 5154.asp. OsKlfUTietf IAm iT

.Paths today completing a lt and said the two countries'friendship ton gathered to hear the GOP I stet copies ol the ledger, not point lit would answer I ally system Cram the governor M'IT44M .r CAlUUSJIM *Mi'l'tt."f.1Tr .

nation hoard. Latin America. la u firm a* ever. governor candidate from $sPewsbltrg. tilt ledgers themselves but be those questions be dtdal want I I to lilt .......... s:1: _.... .r--w .a1.m..5..S _- i Mlo.,..At...

.U positive that tilt copies are to evade, said b* weal to tile Asked Ua view M Or

BoDe briefly fraudulent.HoDcy St Petersburg Time for 54 55.eo.1..a.waw AS sees= :..... I'SS
I 'f' Sale I recounted bit not assistance !I"pink sod COIIIIII II" charge II w t.rrd.5 t1 rid M1
Rummage dramatic disclosure kit c5rw -- ...... ..
: Wednesday then repeated to investigating the made by bin Democratic opponent 911.5. M Oowr. cnw a.M ..... .. A15w av..v II
that b* had photostat cop- claim that Burn bu bad ads bank account report because about me anhrtnity cps e.NIN1 .N/55/w 131 5.4 0--. _

TIlt Lames Auxiliary of the, The sale win be held at the let of .ledgers from a Nassau quake time to cover up detail lit admires their ability to teal HoOey aid b* doubMd era Oar NAM/-one m54.a (1.1150N 5,11sow" Y .a4wra50 5115. ia45M ait aas e.ra5.1.551.+1M .II

Elam PwatCtIHoUBsiChurch .1 Atlantic Coastline Railroad tot bank Bating a |U million boat the bank account by the "dig. 1'hat there were any Commit MnS w N S == cil :-: :- ; = 4.

wa-kojat *. rummage In Gainesville tram. I .... to bank account for Hayden Burnt, tam the Jacksonville mayor's it* uld he respected the newspaper' lists or 'pinka" kt th* stateuniversities. ( _.4 ales IIIWII P.-. r w.ri*. n.e..51r. as.rani 1'r'

tale Saturday.- IDOL his. Democratic opponent party lt to Nassau' to newt coverage but con-' s-ar.0ar- .5..w...J.Saa..51. ewsNls e. ..-...


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! : :Khrushchev: Colorful 'Rags to Riches' Life Story I



i t O 3fro Hark <<'lmr. At the peak of his power he emerged as leader of the slat Party when he delivered a derous paranoid who had endangered viet troops in November. of 1958 he also assumed the post that might have culminated in
By BARRY SCHWARTZ the period that began when he forces that compelled Malenkovto speech repudiating the Leninist- the very existence of Despite this setback, Khrushchev of premier, replacing Marshal World War JILDomestically.
I NEW YORK NikiU SergeI repulsed an attempt to purge resign. Stalinist thesis that war with the Soviet Union by his Incompetence continued to press ahead Nikolai A. Bulganln, who had Khrushchev
,,yevich Khrushchev'i life has him In 1957 and ended with his Khrushchev's maneuver was capitalist countries was inevitable and who had caused the with proposals for reform and been one of his opponents.As pursued policies that both In-
been a Soviet success story, the downfall Thursday he had the based on the accusation that death and Imprisonment change in the government, call- leader of the Soviet Union Increased military strength and
saga of a poor peasant boy, the closest parallel to the dictatorial Malenkov was guilty of right- In June of that year, the U.s. of many thousands of innocent ing particularly for abolition of since then,Khrushchev has been sought to expand the supply of
grandson of a serf, who becamethe power that once was Stalin's. wing deviationism In urging a State Department published a party members.The the system of Industrial minis identified with trying to give rood and consumer goods. In recent
successor to Lenin and Stalin From early 1958 he was both policy Intended to give priority speech Khrushchev had de- repercussions helped produce tries and the establishment of a consumers a higher standard of years, however his effortsto
as lender of the Soviet Union. premier of the Soviet Union and to efforts to raise living stan livered in secret at the same the turmoil In Eastern vast, decentralized economic ad living, with major reorganizations revitalize agriculture
The most colorful leader world first secretary of Its Communist'arty I dards. party congress. The speech Europe during the summer and minlatratlon.Thisthreatened of large areas of inhdustry produced little improvement and
j communism has produced, thus officially heading Early In 1956 Khrushchev caused a sensation because it fall of 19M disorder that culminated the power and influence of and agriculture, with periods of the poor harvest last year
Khrushchev, who is 70 years both state and party. drew world attention at the 20th was a bitter denunciation of in the Hungarian revolt many Soviet leaders and resulted greater toleration for limited breed him to purchase 12 million -
old, has made a deep Impression While Stalin was a com- congress of the Soviet Commu- Stalin, describing him as a mur- that was put down by So-j I in the abortive June 1957, nonconformity among Soviet tons of grain abroad.
at home and abroad In the dictator I I Ir A'number of times ha made
plete whose word was |plot to purge him. writers and artists, and, usually
11 years since Stalin's death law, the evidence suggests that I '" At that time a majority of the with the policy of peaceful extravagant promises he was
permitted him to enter the lime- Khrushchev was, at best, first presidium of the parry's central coexistence, aimed at avoiding unable to fulfill, notably his 1957
light. among equals In the Soviet ruling NO PLEASUREand IN ommitee voted to remove thermonuclear while seek. ledge!! to give the people as
His penchant for peasant clique, subject at times to JOB Khrushchev from his post as fog the triumph of world communism much meat by 1960 or 1961 as
proverbs, his trips to f or e I Ign being overruled by his colleagues -I I first secretary. Supported by the through economic, political -I Americans have.
countries, Including the United if enough dissented taken the of chev's closest associate Anastas I minister of defense, Marshal and propaganda competi
Jfrm fork ffltmr I up challenge ,
States, his dramatic shoebanging VOTE
from his views. But
on most issues Mao TIe Tung and the Chinese L Mikoyan. Georgi K. Zhukov, Khrushchev ton
performance at the United his views have prevailed BY HARRISON E. SALISBURYNEW He for I succeeded In convening a meetIng The great exception to Khru
Communists.
Nations, his repeated claims of In Soviet foreign and domestic YORK: "Whats It like was- Mikoyan was asked once how of the full Central Committee shchev's peaceful coexistence HAYDONBURNS
the first the
"Inevitable" Soviet economic policy In recent years. to be a politician You have no United Nations time-attending General Assem- he had managed to survive the at which his removal THIS line was provided by his attemptto
victory over the United States idea how difficult it Is. It, dangers not only of the B o !- rescinded and at which I the install short missiles I
When Stalin died range
and his key role In the 1962 Cu- 953, Khrushchev In March, the most difficult thing in the, bly, treading the stage of minis-world shevlk revolution -when his purge of his enemies, notably and nuclear weapon In Cuba I
relatively the
affairs with
was a prime
ban crisis all these helped world." life several times hung by a Milenkov, Molotov and Lazar where they could threaten the
secondary figure In the ters and chancellors of
make him the most every thread
perhaps and the equally perilous R. Kaganovkh, was arranged United States. Faced
hierarchy. At Stalin's funeral he The speaker was Nikita Ser great power hanging on his by an ultimatum '
world leader of the of the
publicized period Stalin
This success permitted Khrushchev from President
was only the chairman who in- geivich Khrushchev. The time words. Kennedy 1
last decade. troduced the three orators. Lav- was October, 1960. The plac But as he responded to a re-years. to park the new presidium in October, 19(2 the pre. ALL-FLORIDA
rent P. Berla Vyacheslav M. was the Glen Cove, N.Y., es- porter's question as to what it Mikoyan shrugged "You had and to emerge as the most mice backed down and agreed GOVERNOR
Florida Needs Molotov and Georgi M. Malen- tate of the Soviet delegation to was like to be a political fIg- to be smart," he said. "And .'powerful single figure In the Soviet to withdraw his missiles and ,.. A<*.
HAYDON BURNSAs kov. Little more than four years the United Nations. The hour ure In Russia, all the trappingsof you had to.be lucky I w a avery Union. In the early spring 1 bombs, thus avoiding a clash. !' I
later all three of them had been was dusk of a long Sum a y world statesmanship, the lucky.
Governor purged and Khrushchev was afternoon and the Soviet pre- plaudits of the mighty seemedto Khrushchev'i career combined .
clearly the leader. mier was in a rambling con slip away from Khrushchev'sshort every element luck' JOIN THE i
K His first major step upward versation with a group of news- bulky figure. His sturdy smartness, political sense
after Stalin's death came In men. shoulders sagged. His mobile sharpened to the ultimate degree i GATOR PARADE. y;
September, 1953, when he was Krushchev was the the heightof face changed. The spark left a vast resource of energy,'
named first secretary of the his power and his prestigethat i his eyes. For a moment one Ingenuity, a suppleness of mind To the home of the most delicious candies
party while Malenkov was pre- fall. He had long sine e could almost read the Intimate and of tactics which had n o and other fin. confections. Choose from
mier. Khrushchev' status was vanquished his political rivalsIn I horror of political life under equal In the long years In which. our wide and varied assort
enhanced early In 1955, when the Kremlin. He had snot Stalinof the perils which he served Stalin and then ment of the best resting candy
-- -- Khrushchev had endured and emerged from the jungle war I treats you've ever put in your
survived; of the narrow brushes of Kremlin politics to become mouth. Pick a "sure winner"this
I with disaster or death. Russia's leader. I U( i weekend at the home of
WHY A DEMOCRAT! The Soviet premier struck out Like Mikoyan, he had had t h old-fashioned candy goodness.UUoohe's .
his pudgy finger In a characteristic
I his brushes with near disaster ,
gesture The full story of Khrushihev'iability
Because you know it "You do not know," he repeated to survive the Stalin

"you cannot know -, years may never be told. A
makes a difference. the difficulty of life of a politician vorlte theory was that he fa.//
It means every minuteof ed himself to the fool,
You know that the Democratic Parry has given the day or night. Every ounce play to
Si.. the country strong leadership, and policies to of your energy. There Is In dance, to the gopak to amuse Sial.'I''I Copper\MettWCanbttp( i
serve as a court
meet the needs of ll the people social security 1 no rest. No relaxation. EnJoyment -
VOTEd education aid, business growth, and farm A politician does n't and thus escape his mas t er's 11. .
prosperity.It periodic ire. ... I
know the meaning of the
flit Choice
it yaw word. It was a miracle that, a p-. 1228 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE .
I parently, Khrushchev
was unable
DON'T VOTE does make a difference! Khrushchev paused. He had I to repeat this week. .
.. been strolling in the driveway ,
t the C"'lceI. '
I I. th&ntHAYDON Elect LYNDONJOHNSON I outside house. the Glen Cove manor

tt" I "You never know," he said SHOP TONIGHT
: "what Is going to happen next"
BURNS The words opened a window Mme l. 'TIL 9 PM.;: ,4J'
Into Khrushchev' long careerof ,
,Governor of Florida .I service In the Soviet Com '

Burns Means Business.I 120 SI lit AVI.DIMOCIATIC HIAD U* Ti."i*... Ft 2-151 I. munist Party They fitted well ......1>" .\-i,
Paid rdhkal tvs Mv-lKhM Co. Own* Con. C mm.) with words spoken by the man
fid)
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who for years was Khrush-


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By RALPH McGILL Vice Presidential candidate William Miller is quoted assaying
P....... r... w....... piMldMT
THE SUN'S POLICY U. .. ._ .0. C.-H/MI-: that Barry Goldwater would not alter existing arrangements
PYV with respect to Farmers' subsidies.'There are
1. Report W.. newt fully M impartIally ki *. news eolu Wlf. those who hope Mr. Miller Is profoundly wrong..11 there is.
2. Cxpra. 1tw opinion' of the Sun In--but only In-.dHoriali. Barry'sNuclear is
any domestic situation that urgently needs mending, it
oH fldn 011 Important cantrovmtal 11-
3. Publish
the agricultural boondoggle; and one hopes that before.Senator

The Son's telephones: All department 378-1411 Goldwater Is through campaigning he will have suggested

a few reforms. ,
I recall a statement I beard three years ago. which I.

have never heard gainsaid. It was a professor who said it,.
War on CrimeA and of liberal !leaning."I ,
Harping do not know" he confessed" of any one of intellectual I
recurring them. of the Gold- sin, commented four years prior to r responsibility who defends the existing agricultural ;

water campaign is the call for a "war the Supreme Court ruling, "Perhapsno Notes from Washington subsidy programs." Not long after, the Reader's Digest 1

on crime." The Republican candidate other constitutional/ right is Polonlus noted as a sign of conducted a study which established a most amazing point .

promises to lead this war if he is breached so often." Hamlet's madness that the ei namely, that the money that is turned over by the Federal -? I
troubled 4) Government every year to the farmers in the .form of -...
elected by using his influence) "to see prince consistently '
$ subsidies is entire raised in
equal to the sum of money f
that law enforcement officers, on the At least 18 states recognized the his was harping(Polonlus's l on the subject) daughter of- : income taxes from the American public over the 27 per

state and local level get back the need for stronger measures and actedto Ophelia. r cent bracket. Thus elimination of the program could mean \p

i. power they need to carry out their bar illegally seized evidence be- Senator Goldwater's continual .- lowering the maximum tax rate to 27 per cent.

Job." fore the Supreme Court applied the
harping on the nuclear It !
WORLD SERIES BUT THE PROGRAM cannot be eliminated altogether.
exclusionary rule to all states. The bomb reportedly has driven

; Senator Goldwater says he wiU California Supreme Court gave this some of his Inner circle to Granted that on will one stand of intellectual j
probity
" $elp give them this power by chang- reason for adopting/ the rule in 1955: distraction.stop harping This group on this wishesto most DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUlINISTSA and defend the existing distortions up j\

.J tog court rulings through his appoint ghastly of weapons. ltd Sad, it Is another question I
"We have been compelled to reach altogether to find a politicianwho
they wish he had never begun -
ments to the Supreme Court and, if
that conclusion because other remedies It. Others, however still will stand up and suggest -
"; accessary, by urging amendments to have completely failed to secure insist it I is a pay-dirt issue. Nuclear Phantom that something ought to
r be done about it Senator
dthe Constitution to alter court rul 'compliance with the constitutional President Eisenhower
Goldwater ls on record in his
iJ1a'a. provisions on the part of police officers thinks the decisions about book. "The Conscience of a
with the attendant result that possible military use of nuclear By WALTER UPPMANN ter amendment to the 1964 would happen if the President Conservative"
: as suggesting _
Nit weapons in all of their The of the nuclear calls
story Republican platform killed
were disabled.
: or
The rulings he has in mind are the courts under the old rule have that something should be done.
deadly varieties, should be
Issue In this "the
campaign is for most awesome responsibility Nixon is worried about what
p Miose that apply federal standards been constantly required to participate kept secret. The former President an the world like that of he faced by the PresI- would happen If the Soviets For Instance, What?

. oY criminal procedure to state criminal in, and in effect condone, the seemingly, therefore, is blind man In a dark room dent of the United States. were able to blot out communication Any number of proposals ,

proceedings. The most notable of lawless activities of law enforcement among those who wish Senator looking for a black cat that the control over our nuclear between Europeand have been made that are
both reasoned and humane.I ) I
these is the 1961 high court ruling officers." Goldwater would quit isn't there. arsenal." the United States.
find the one by ProfessorVan
harping on the subject. Mr.
that seeks to enforce the Fourth Eisenhower was Interviewed The record shows that un- THE MCELROY-NIXON Both assume that the gul- den Haag of New York '
til the end of the San Fran-
Amendment's ban against "unreasonable If the U. S. Supreme Court has recently while on a visit to cisco convention Sen. Barry contribution raises I three lible voter will suppose that University as plausible as

searches and seizures" by state complicated life for the police, it has the World Fair. He com- Goldwater had sn Issue points which are meant to the men who design/ and op- any. His suggestion has the .

and local officials as well as federal. 'also had the salutary effect of raising mented rather sadly that be with which b. could Indeed show that President Johnsonhas erate the vast and Intricate virtue of simplicity eliminate -
r'bsldles for family
This court decision excludes illegally: police standards by requiring adherence was confused by the cam- offer a real choice and that established such tight con- system of nuclear deterrentsand whose net Income any, from-,
paign. The Issues, he said, who make our militarywar
seized evidence from state court to the Constitution's require were not being made clear. he meant to make the most trol over nuclear weapons plans have by some Inexplicable whatever sources: exceeds
that In certain emergencies
trials. Many police complain that the ment for search warrants and other"technicalities. of It He wished to divest the negligence failedto seven thousand dollars per .
President of Us sole and ultimate these weapons might fall to
necessity to follow strict court rulings These are vital gainsno THIS SOMEWHAT plaintive control over nuclear- deter because they could not think of these obvious con year. His point Is very simply
statement came on the day tingencies. On the face of It. this that when the Federal
. on proper search procedure un- attack on crime should nmlo. and to give to the be used at all.
weapons
Senator Goldwater was quotedas It Is ludicrous to suppose that Government turns over funds
F duly hampers law enforcement. NATO commanders or at Both and Nixon to those farmers whose In-
saying that his charge McElroy McElroy, who left the Pentagon -
:: A "war on crime" is one war to against the President and the least to the NATO supreme ask us to be worried and to In 1959, and that Nixon come exceeds that; figure it

The main purpose of these rulings which all Americans ran wholeheartedly administration as being soft commander and also to thegenerals believe that our allies in who left the government is engaged very simply"In

j. is to protect the individual against subscribe. But in considering on Communism was made to responsible for VietNam NATO are worried because In 1981 have thought of something taxing poorer peoplefor the.

the arbitrary power of government actions to take in such a "war," it see whether It would catchon : the right nuclear to decide I since 1961 the government which nobody In the benefit of richer people:- -

The need for safeguarding the fadij would be well to recall the warning or not as a vote getting whether to use weap has improved its technical government bas yet thought An extraordinarily! 1 large,
piece of oratory. It did not control of the nuclear -
f weapons about.
vidual against! the regimenting authority of Supreme Court Justice Felix: ons.But percentage (the exact fig
* catch on. It served to confirm In the Immediate aftermath that are dispersed all unavailable ol'the
ures are ,
f.. of government is also a central Frankfurter a dozen years ago: In the minds of many )It was obvious that over the world. The new device McElroy's concluding recommendation total loot DOW. goes),'lei .farmers
". theme of the Goldwater eam- persons the belief that the these loose proposals were was described by President In his report to whose! Income Is above

| paign. But on the question of police "Loose talk about War against Senator In somewhat Irrespon the principal though not the Johnson In a speech Senator Goldwater on Oct. the seven thousand dollar level ',lr
"the President
that
' power and the individual, Goldwater ,crime too easily infuses the administration sible. only the reason why, In capturing at Seattle on Sept. 11: 5 should Is Inform the American raising such questions S|
Republican Party,
appears to believe the need III for of justice with the psychology why The Senator really great Goldwater puzzle, the Is Barry Goldwater has divided "We have worked to avoid people of the plans and prep why should the'Appalachian t

more governmental power. and morals of war. It is hardly HO called conservative candidate it.TILE. war by accident or miscalcu- arations made to Insure the coal miner or the New Haven -
.
lation. .The release of high school .
weapons teacher
pay
continuance of United States
f conducive to the soundest employ has not argued the conservative I
would come by Presidential more than seven tho u sand -
:The record of police in asserting ment of the judicial process Of cause. He has, instead RECORD SHOWS, furthermore decision alone. Complex capability for immediate response dollars the level
a of
to attack in the year
talked of that In the effort to any
,
power when unchecked by the courts course criminal prosecution is More turning over codes and electronic devices event of a Presidential deathor income of great agricultural ,
nuclear to the NATO reunite the Republican Par
ia not reassuring. Prior to the 1961 than a game. But in any event it nations and weapons to the field com ty Senator Goldwater then prevent any unauthorized disability. This statement combines that produce un-

ruling barring illegally seized evidence should not be deemed to be a dirty manders. He has spoken in tried to make It appear that action. .In addition we emphasize, should Include cosumed crops at prices' J

the only way in most states game in which the dirty business the South of state's rights and his proposal to delegate authority since: 1961 we have placed the Identity by name and that ,the market will not coun-: "

td combat unlawful police searches of criminals is outwitted by 'the dirty there has roundly condemnedthe and responsibility In Permissive several of Action Links These on office of those now designated tenance ?..,.. _.,...
U. S. Court for nuclear matters In fact our weapons. to succeed: : the President
Supreme was
whs by instituting criminal proceedings business of law officers. The contrast electromechanical locks ,
Its decisions In the field of already In practice and that are In control over the entire nuclear I THINK THE professor'sIdea
or damage suits against police between morality professed by which must be opened by secret -
human rights.' he was merely asking President apparatus In such Icrlli. Is sound but I would II
officers. This was so Ineffective that society and immorality practiced on In Washington, D. C., how Lyndon Johnson "to ad- combination before action .." combine it with the Idea of !It

many police felt entirely free to its behalf makes for contempt of law. ever he began Issuing a mit and face" the tact. This at all Is possible. The another professor :who'-hai 1

search without even bothering to obtain Respect for law cannot be turned off pamphlet depicting himself! as Is IUD the view of Dean American people and all the THUS ACCORDING to Mc also written aearchlnely": on 't

search warrants. Prof. David and on as though It were a hot-water a card carrier of the NAACPand Burch, chairman of the Republican world can rest assured that Elroy the President Is to Inform the problem. His suggestion J
we have taken every step the potential aggressor is that the Federal Government -
.
a stalwart believer in National Committee.This l.
Fellman of the of Wiscon faucet.
University man can devise to Insure that when he has knockedoft continue its of
public education. This publI- dodge foundered en the subsidy
that neither a madman or a the President here are the Individual farmer with-one I
cation suddenly was wIthdrawn I query why the Senator was 1
because as one of theSenator's so wrought up over something malfunction could" ever trigger the names and the addresses strict' provision, namely that

I i staff explained it that In fact he agreed nuclear war of the next men he will no offspring of, any farmernow

y nice of the People was thought distribution of it with. These locks are designed want to knock off. A child .working on jarm.>ill (

might hurt him in "the So the story enter*! I Its to correct: a weakness of the ought to be able to realize be entitled ?o a similar ubsidy. -

South." third and present chapter. old system. In the past In that if the President Is killed It Is, the professor reasons I

I Neil H. McElroy one of Turkey for example, the nuclear In the nuclear aggression correctly one thing for f
: On The Sim'0 Opinion Page ALL ALONG THERE has President Dwight Elsenhow warhead could be used the plans for dealing the government to shield a \

been on Senator Goldwater'spart er's secretaries of defense if two toys were tuned one with this blow are among firmer against the ravages of I

bed"... ... ....... el >.. ....... we ....... h ... V.... .* MM Few1. ... nut M dead eM kew MM wdNrsseas.. N Me will a. ...hhd4. W ....... A MtM tkwiMM both ways. He admittedly has and one by a Turkish off! of our war plans. for the government to Institutionalize
: utW SOS vefesend .Mt M ........ M MlywMtM. .5 MM *.**.. ....., ...1IIt .. meA The around Includes two retired chiefs
.... fnirrn KM rieM M ...... .., ..... t* M ....... N, ........ .t*.>.l.. tfco ......''. Mntoe .> been experimenting of staff have come forward Nixon who Is more sophisticated a demonstrably uneconomic I+ I
....... seeking eo find something cer.The situation.
with a report which Is supposed new electronic: lock than McElroy also
Distortions biological organism completely "Ability to 'get along with 1 catchy with which to catch to exercise the pursuing was designed to eliminatethe bases his contribution on the U Mr. Jones discovers halfway ,
understandthe
: votes It II to I
molded by his environ the group became the prime bewilderment easy of veteran phantom. Richard Nixon risk that would arise If same devict-whlch Is to ask through his lifetime

lit' 'None Dare'DITOR. ment" From I.(.. when he measuring stick of a child's lId Republican Eisenhower- separately Is trying to the American officer's keys questions which cannot be answered that he cannot make a living

published oil criticism of educational "progress.' Perhaps President Johnson has been slay the ghost. were lost or stolen: that a because: they are mil- by growing wheat go ahead I
$ Sun: Last week "The Reflex Arc Concept In the quotation marks basic issues The basic: device of McEl- nuclear explosion could be itary secrets. Nixon wants to -eo runs the welfarist argumentend 1
to keep the
1 examined a copy of John/ Psychology," Dewey was were intended to suggest that trying before the people. The roy and Nixon la to ask questions set off for some purpose other know what would happen If pay Jones to not "

Stormer's "None Dare Call completely opposed to any Dewey was responsible tor bomb Is onto Economic posperity and raise doubts which than an American purpose. were blotted out, presumably raise wheat:, or pay him to

It Treason" supplied by the la determining his OWl development. such a ridiculous measure. I It another. Certainly they know, Individually and by some very big bomb. raise wheat by giving him .
Goldwater for President Com- cannot and win THE NEW LOCK is ,
have read a great deal o f nuclear severally controlled artificially high prices.
mittee. found the chapter on. Then he charges Dewey Dewey's work and never bas control must remain of with the weapons President DOt be answered by President not by the President AQ that need be said about : ,

education so full of gross distortions with "the destmctloi ef a he come close to suggest n g whomever he may be, Johnson For any answer In the White House, but by a this Is to ask whether anyone BUT WHAT REASON on
that I decided to use child's: Individualistic traits Fur ther- to the McElroy and Nls- high commanding officer to Imagines that this obvious earth to encourage Jones .
and Mr. Eisenhower soproperly
It with my classes In historyof ss the primary goal of edo- more. as said, whatever plans on criticisms and questions the military theater. possibility has not occurred Junior to follow In his lither' ::,
education as an exercise cation." From his lIlT pub- have would require the public disclosure to our military authorities footsteps Let the ; 1
a for Its use have been made This is a safeguard against gov-
ID evaluating historicalsources. llcatkm of ":\Iy Pedagogic among of the most secret and that they have
child hero m between the President and carelessness, eminent subsidy/ extend to '
crime: lunacy or
When I went to the Creed" ((10 which Roomer refers a thief overlooks the great the commanders should be United States war plans. and we can be quite certain made BO plane to deal with Mr. Jones. But let It. like ,;

library to see what sources but which he obviouslynever moral concern of Dewey hi kept secret.It This Is the reason why General that of our allies It. Does Nixon really think the British honorific be a ,
would have I In none that the President ought to
tile! students refused
bothered to reed or Eisenhower has
an bit educational writ I n national disserviceto lifetime peerage untransferable .
g. Is a in NATO is opposed to alIh&
cross checking Storms r' s deliberately distorted) Dewey of the to be drawn Into the campaign reveal these plans? For If to his wn. There is no
turning
speak glibly control ol UMM II1UI'emoos
I astounded.ID As final example of the and has he did. what would It show
quotations, was sought always to develop the s nuclear trlsjer over to our discussion: publicly reason. In economics. In charity .'" 1
:she section on textbooks varied talents of each Individual. distortions to be found on NATO allies or to field commanders deplored the whole busmess. weapons. except that there are two Irresponsible or in Justice to tax .productive '
he has generally quoted from In Democracy sod only two pages ((90-100) of In general. NATO is He himself once Having raised doubt about ) candidates not secretaries and coal Fn

books whlcb are so obscure Education" (pp. 35f-7), Dewey Stormer's book Dewry's theories in uncertain period of carried the responsibility the electronic lock. McElroy merely one. running for President miners and carpenters and

that| hey! are not In any of points out. "True Individualtsm are said to give rise \to ,'hln.an.. General de Gaulle has which the rejected Her worries out loud about what of the l'nlted States. bus driven in order to pay .

tile fniversity of Florida Ubrarfes. Is S product of the the elimination of world geography diu tpt.fiH Should popular people indefinitely to grow ,
and some of the references relaxation of the grip of authority and history from the established
front government be POT() I\ FEVER: a useless! commodity.
he gives in his footnotes of custom and traditions curriculum. In his major edu- 01 the NATO
fat some It Is
pleasant to
are not even Included ss standards ef belief caUonal work "Democracyand Countries, we might not wish BY JACK WILSON Cewlcs WsafcJngtesi Bureau that the Federal Government suppose
hi thf Library of Congress .Not but that there have Education," Dewfy has a NATO commander from I
catalogue, suggesting that he always been Individual diversities s full chapter on "The Significance ui-h government to have Goldwater says Democrats are soft on communism and crime. Humphrey can NostdUe indefinitely -

he hAs even made up fiction but tost I society dominated of Georgraphy and authority a over nuclear weap says they're happy. Maybe happiness to a soft Democrat ,Gomroon every uneconomic acti
al titles to make his distortions by conservative custom History" Including this sentence vity. sense requires
seem more plausible.A repressed them. A : 'Geography\ and history ons. The Ku Ww Was sets up a display boota at tae Alabama Stale Fair to tell. the cunchiaka! that In fact

| |an example of his distortions progressive society counts Individual are the two great achedresources GENERAL DE GAULLE people about the organisation last tryiagU whip un a UtUe.latereet. It cannot; last If ew ,- farmer
forward I E" _
claim
puts
Stormer criticizes for bringing about -
variations as precious has recognized the Pekinggovernment. -
Johil .Dewey for having ", since It finds In them the enlargement of the signficsnce !. Red C Ia la ., Chicago gangsters are mad at the Klansmen. though. They claim the Klan perpetual protection afaoat.T

jected fixed moral laws and the mesas of Its owl growth. of s direct perton.ilexperience. which would have exploded( a is giving hoods a bad reputation. economic progress ae ell rv.-_ .

eternal I truths sod principles I Hence a democratic ICICle t y ." (p. JiS). nuclear device about 1M041 ery producer of coal, efpeivkdun ":::
," tad then two sen* must. In consistency: with lu had not Russia removed hertechnicians. Harry wanted to take s.ff the gloves kin TV ...... BIt party atrateghts ef cesMN bledsi.Jitmimeosrasb ---
U the of lilt book
fences later be nnpOes that Ideal), allow for Intellectual as Irresponsible rest to Its attacks is Is preparing BOW wouldrt let .. They ..', want kiss calling atlMtfcM. .. ala trigger ftsgvr. ssn'ssise,-if,=:
Marxist and the play of diverse de -- God save as. edtornieop"E I
Dewey Is S conveniently freedom to explode such S testing
and
ignoring the fact that lifts sad kttereatala upon our government our vice. Russians say the captain: of their new satellite is a guitar-playing folk sing. Senator GoahtalerrtaaVshown : = .
Marxiun "fixed ether Institutions we all 0.1But are they punish, the other two! Wmsefflprepared '..
Is based on its educational meaei s. In Senator CoWwaur does bu er. why
ought to Join calling I It
moot his and eternal How much more dishonest a great disservice by -- look down the throat ef any
truths and p r II e I 1plea." could Stonner have been hi treason and trsltnr.RUBEKT branding. Slur.Bier country making the nude power olthl ..'. perfectly prayer for a C'OIIrreuua '. speak .ta behalf' .r a ?!!!?r 'I. number .f political dracom. 7,

He Wxi attributes to Dewey his Interpretation' as a country a pr "1 eantrp which he ha M l.lrf..l. At taut tkafe what.... iHiaw K. MUter ef Urhp rt What the bra .Ky mi one

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Ii No: Major Policy Changes Expected Out of Russia I IO ( I



.
arm fork i Qteri I Khrushchev himself wu surprised ed period of transition ; en Washington\ many a care wiring a time for further and and demonstrated power Inside standing abroad and at home'her meeting to condmn ChiM

1 BY MAX FRANKELWASHINGTONThe : by the sudden change however, Bmhnev, Aleks el N. and headache over the past decade -more tailing step toward decreasing their own country and alliances. were thought to make him the nese policy. In this as other I
I But the promotion from within Kosygin tile new premier, and officials of tilt present tensions and diminishing The experts here are not eatisfied logical "chairman of the matters, the new men are. ex*
tdmlg his own administration led both other leadert are expected to with the board."
Istration I administration an not Inclined arms race. superficial Judgment peeled to be much more cautious
wu surprised but not the Soviet and U. S. goy e r.: share power In a "collective": automatically cheer nil retirement Johnson said he Intended to that Brezhnev, Kvsygla He personified easier relations and much less colorful
alarmed by the change of leadership menU to maintain calm as the. leadership to an even greater i take those steps, assuming of and their colleagues are Khursh- with the West a more secure -than was Khrushchev.
In Moscow Thunday.Anilyati news became known.In extent than In the closing yean Ha was a vigorous adversary, course that be would be dealing they men who will simply car and higher standard of life Khrushchev had given a number .
I'' of Soviet affairs 1953, the Soviet leaders of Khrushchev'i rule.Like'Khrushchev but a familiar one, often preferable and soon meeting with ry on with more vigor. As one for the Soviet people, successin of signs that he expected to
t i. were almost unanimous t b tI announced Stalin's death witha the new to the unknown. Hi a Khrushchev. observer remarked, that la no space and military ventures'I'remain' In office In coming t
I view that PremIner Khruchchevhad plea against men here more meanlngul a Judgment and resistance to both the "I"," weeks. He address

panic, they are regarded aa pro- retreat In the 19U Cuban mis- The change l la Moscow ilia planned a major
\ been forced to step down handled the Khrushchev ouster dent custodians of Soviet nuclear -silo crisis and subsequent acceptance than to note that Pied dent perialism" of capitalists and to a Central Committee
I I
: by his colleagues for reasons of routinely. Neither Soviet nor power. They are respected of a limited nuclear thought prolong,the will current almost hill certainly la East. Johnson, upon entering the the "dogmatism" of the Chinese .I-.I plenum next month on agriculture. -
I merely age and health. American military forces wen as formidable adversaries test-ban treaty led officials here West relations. The Soviet white House last year was a Communists. He planned to preside at
But the survival and pro- placed on special alert officials of the West m many parts of to believe that Washington and leaders wish to new move ontothe "Kennedy man." Peking has recently turned its I the gathering of foreign Com'
motion of Khrushchev lieuten. said. the world, but are also expected Moscow were finally approachIng may Their accession begins only quarrel with Moscow Into a!.mumst leaders to discuss way
international
ants, officials said, MImed to I The new leader of the Soviet to be preoccupied for a long a period of mutual respect In the near diplomaticscene future, butanalysts the third major change of power vehement personal assault:|of handling the dispute with 1
preclude any radical policy Communist Party, LIOn I d L lima with economic stresses at and limited understanding.Only doubt that will In the 47 year history of upon Khrushchev and his China in December. Just this
change in the near future, at Brezhnev, had to be counted home and political strife la the they the Soviet Union. Both were "clique." For that reason alone, week he had planned to greet
Wednesday la t
be
least in East: West nlaUoni. for the time Communist I evening capable of undertaking dll. here the who Circled /
being at the top world. New York, for instance President flcult negotiation with the West teenagers during the 1117 Bolshevik analysts believed the Soviet three astronauts
Then were many alga II at m'lIla Moscow. IB the expect. Although Khrushchev has Johnson revolution. Both leaders would not want to the earth Monday. -'
gl* said "We may be before they have established '
w rose to power after Stalin'sreal l give the Chinese the satisfaction The fact that Khrushchev
.[ purges In 1JJ7-38 by com & of having gunned down last Is scat In the parry's policy
lnlng politics with good man their enemy. The men around making presidium as wellas
I I Lack of Western Shows agerial performances In Indus Khrushchev were thought to be' the jobs of party and govern
Unity trial, agricultural and military united in policy and patriotism I' mont leader and the fact that
...sllnmenta.I against the Chinese. he was released with no a *>
I They were on the outer fringes The new leaders could try to presslon of praise and good
O Writ fork Qtmri of the Moscow party leader make a conciliatory gesture toward I wishes were read as certain l *
1 Senator Goldwater. Like I the divide the Alliance.
Peking now by canceling sums that he wu pushed from
ship In the late Stalin ,
By JAMES years
I RESTON i Old Leaders GoingNo leaders in Germany, Britain, The United States has lost aare.t survived demotiona after S t a.tin's Khrushchev's plan for a Decem nower. !.1|
and Italy, they have been
WASHINGTON too
A Dot lit
r
death and rose in Khrushchev's
deal of prestige in the list
preoccupied with their internal
I transformation of the political '
.
I
,, world has dearlybegin The One Taking Overand political squabbles to think year, and it will take time and In administration the party and to government posItions ( UNITARIAN-UNIVERSALIST-. '

d \ old prewar generation lead much about what they would do hard work to prepare for new that led officials here to : FELLOWSHIP
en MICIDJIIn of Britain, with power !If.they were given 1 beginnings. The assassination of regard them as the natural successors ; J

Nehru of India Adenauer of Ideological forces there establish ly to confront the West, and II a continuing responsibility. President Kennedy the rise of' to the posts they won 1024 N. W. 10th AVINUI i
Germany and now Khrushchev a clear order and direction particularly the United States, What Is needed, as a first 1 racial and sectional! atrlf a In.Thursday.But SPEAKER: Dr. Ernest R.
of the Soviet Union to gone of leadership. move Is a more regular and ahak had been Professor of Politico SclencaUniversity : ,
America, the nomination no up
i The with problems and by the -
new opportunities orderly method of consultation
generation of
leaden The of Florida
Communist ,
.' world! Is h expected at this time.
U Just emerging from !the elec which the free world capitals within the North Atlantic Republicans of a presidential
disarray. China and the U.S.S.R. Although Khrushchev hid recently TOPIC: "The- Constitution and Our Changing ,
tions In Britain the United l an not only engaged In a savage give little evidence of being pre Treaty Alliance. If, aa some officials candidate who has frankly stated shown an uncharacteristic Needs"
e State and elsewhere, and the theoretical! pared to meet or exploit I here and In Germany his opposition to the whole t
: war, but they test for lorfg periods of All Who Are Interested Are Welcome.
future is not only unclear but 1 are wracked by Internal conflicts De Gaulle In France Is really suggest, the foreign mini t allied policy of trying to I rest and had wistfully spoken of 11 a.m. Sunday Oct. 18 1024 N.W. 10th
'highly uncertain. over the disappointmentsof the last of the powerful free could agree to meet at least reach an accommodation with I retirement last spring o his I
I No matter why Nikila Khrulicbev i their agricultural and industrial world leaders who were formed twice a year, and their deputies
wu replaced or who programs. la the yean before the first four times a year some the Communist world, the verbal Avenue'I:
eventually emergea from the : Meanwhile the Communist world war. His Influence la fadIng progress might be mad toward violence and banalities/ of the ,
struggle in Moscow, lid be parties ta Italy France and not only because of his age steady common discussion of election campaign, and finally
; a long time before the contaodmg elsewhere are going their but because his concepts of the common problem, not only till resignation of the Pees
] :. personal, political, sep organization of the W 'within the treaty area but elsewhere dent's most confidential friend
1 military ante ways, and an this la like- a a t have -
; Lu.__ ._.._.__.__... .CoIRW....__..._.d.. __ In the world. and aide on a morals charge l HAYDON BOMS
: :new breed, not of gnat personalities Had there been such regular all this has shaken the conRdence j
II 1
: Multi-Nation Naval Fleet but of political a a d: consultation in the past, officials of UN Alliance In our Governor .4
economic technicians .to taking might not b* sitting leadership and we are not likely ,:: :

g J Plan To Get Demonstration I over.Then Is no use pretending' the around State In tile Department embassies h and re to recognls make a It.new start unlesswe *, ;.*.... 1

1 that anybody now knows how Thursday night wondering ruefully For over a year now It has -.... ,. .''
O Ifro fork Ilatf listed men Includes personnel the Communist world will develop of what night have been I been possible for J a h n a o n to
By JACK RAYMOND I representing the navies of the whether the changes hi achieved during tile more flex say, with considerable accuracy Elect a Progressive- I :
WASHDJGTON-The' Unit d U.S., West Germany, Brute I In, Moscow win further divide or ible Khrushchev yean. that whatever our troubles
I
States win give its pUn for a Greece, Italy, Turkey and The reunite the U.S.S.R. and China Eisenhower had the win to were In Viet Nam In Cuba, In Leader .. r ,"
multfn.tIoIIaIlUJ'IlCt licet a Netherlands. I and whether they will be more unify the alliance but not the the Congo and in France, at .,
big push hen this week with a According to the official Pentagon reasonable or hostile to the Unit ability or the endurance. Kennedy least our relations with the Soviet
demonstration of a teat hip I announcement, the purpose ed States.In had the ability, but not Union seemed more secure +
Proven t.
soda major speech by Secretary of the visit la to providean this situation, the main the experience or the time, and under Khrushchev. But we cannot Ability :1
.I of State Dean Rusk. opportunity for representatives thing Is not to waste too much Johnson baa been preoccupied say that now for we do not Y
Th. guided missile destroyer of the participating countries time wondering what Is In the with the Congress and the cam- know. Another reshuffle, not t
Claude V. Ricketts, named for to observe a demonstration Communist mind for all we oalra ever sine he was suddenly only of leaders but of nations,, HAYDON Best Prepared I I'DE'
J the late vice chief of naval aboard the ship. I know there may be nothing precise thrust Into the White If In progress, and we eaa '
i 1 operations who was one of the The test of having a crew of in their minds but to be House.It neither say in Washington that BURNS
f principal planners of the proposed mixed nationalities was begun as sure as we can about whatis will not be easy for him I we anticipated It nor that we 1A. ore tensed ,, .!
1 )a, naval force, has been ordered In May, 19M when the first non- In our own minds and In the to take practical new Initiativesfor are ready for It e
I to visit Washington, Oct. US member reported aboard minds of the other leaders of a while, even If he wine hi L _- 00-_ ,
1'.23- the Ricketts. Since then others the West. I November and It may not even,
. J The Ricketts Is the demon- have 'Joined the test, either Hen again there Is no point be wise. for him to start rush- ,
' strstion of the proposed surface aboard the ship or in U. S. in pretending that there la anyconcensus I big off as he would like to
f fleet that 1s to be armed with 1 schools where they could become m the West, or even I do to see De Gaulle and others ,I. Support the Fighting Gators! ;
'I I Polaris mlssOea. Its planned familiar with the ship's any precise policy in the mind before he has had time to .' J I
crew of II officers and 311 en equipment of either President Johnson or I master !the problems that now

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u iin f ED m Cleva/ Carson Memorial Concert Slated II Soroptomists AtteneT?. I


I Fall ,Conference ', -

Three members of the be "New Patterns of ActionThat
THE ville Soroptmist Club Gaines-I We May Better Serve Ow
f HIT1IL.YBy I tend the Southern Region Fall,Club."
Conference slated today through I Keynote speaker will be Mrs '
Sunday in Atlanta. Helen Durkee, Past Governor
RUTH WEIMER Southern Region Soroptimls
They are: Mrs. Edward J. Federation of the Americas Inc
Magee, club president and cochairman
of the Regional Committee
mr m Sorority
J on Public Affairs and
Advancement of Women; Dr. Plans SupperDonald

I Joyce Cooper, member of the MacRostie, member
Regional Extension Committee. of the Florid4 State Road Department
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Butt have chosen the name Amelia Mwi,1 i .w ,.. T on Public Affairs and Advance- ? was guest speakerfor

Elizabeth Butt for their daughter born October lit at Alachua k? awbtF ment of Women and Miss XI Phi chapter of Beta Sigma -
Glenna Magill, member of the
General Hospital The baby, who will be called Amy, has a Phi sorority, which met recently
Regional Extension Committee.The .
of Mrs. Reid
brother Tony, who Is eight years old and a sister, Lauren, U at the home .
Soroptimist Club of Atlanta Poole. Mr., MacRostie discussed
five years old. will serve as hostess club the topic "Do's and Don'ts
t Mrs. William ,Butt of Long Beach, Calif., Is the paternal and the conference theme will of Public Speaking."
grandmother and Mrs. John Bennett of Lincoln, Neb. Is the During the social hour, the
1e 1 maternal grandmother. Engineering hostess was assisted in the hospitalities -
., e by her mother. Mrs.

Announcement la made by Mr. and Mrs. Roland, C. Akre Dames Meet Sadie Wilson. '

of the birth of a son on October 1' at Alachua General Hos- Members of the Cleva J. Carson Memorial Music for 8:15 p.m., at the University of Florida Audi I Itorlum. Engineering Dames will meeton October covered 27, the. dish chapter will at |
Wednesday at I ,m. at the have a supper
p
pital. Scholarship Fund Committee art pictured above will be followed by a reception in the Florida University Women's Club, West the Guaranty Federal Savings, ;;
The baby, who has been named Eric Joseph Akre, Is the planning the concert and reception to be held Tuesday Union Bryan Lounge. Pictured from left to right Newberry Road. and Loan Community Room. J
paternal grandson of Col. and Mrs. R. 0. 8. Akre of Miami are Mrs. George 0. Hack, Mra. G. H. Boutelle, Mrs. All student wives are Invited Mrs. J. 0 W. Whlteman ,Jr. rJl
evening to honor the lat. Cleva J. Carson, a
and the maternal grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Joha E. Weed... W. D. Stevens, Dr. Reid Poole and Mrs. J. Wayne to attend. will be guest speaker. "
Florida leader In music education. The slatedTODAY
\ 'Mr. 'Akre's mother, who arrived from Miami last week. concert, Reitz. .

\ will continue her visit with her son and family. for several t

days BS Phi Chapter !
F F0 Legislator SpeaksAt

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, 'i 'Crunk siowlnqOCTOBER'1 October II Welfare State" was the subject action." Ch. XI: 32. guest speaker at a recent meetIng '
of a talk by Representative
Memorial services held for I
. of Beta Lambda Chapter of
aa Wedding rehearsal of Miss George B. Stallings Jr., of Miss Alma Fennell, Mrs. D. A. :i
9. Mary Ann Tuten and Robert Jacksonville, for members of Shaw, Mrs. William Hawkins Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority.She .
tl the Gainesville Chapter D A R discussed the and
0. Smith at the First Methodist and Mrs. W. L. Hill, were given progress
tlA hyIIX and guests at the Guaranty by Mrs. Freeman H. Hart, aims of the Sidney 'Lanler "
Church of Waldo. 2:30
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Savings and Loan Community
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chaplain.Mrs. School hard of hearing class,
alas p.m. Buffet supper followingby Room. sponsored by the IIV V
Mrs. Dale Drew mother of Henry T. Stanley assisted chapter.
The
speaker stated that the
WOODS the bridegroom, and Mr. Drew concepts of freedom and "rug- by Mrs. James A. Henderson Plans were discussed for a
T at their home in Waldo. Mrs. John A. Wetherington -
led individualism" are embodied Christmas: party,' when Mrs. rlsopo
Jr., Mrs. Freeman H.
M SATURDAY, October 17 In two great American documents Hart, Mrs. F. L. Grundy, Mrs. Earl! Crawford and Mrs. Don STJUNLKSS. FOR 'i I
tr Cook will be In charge of dec- "
the Declaration of Independence ..
Julian McCranie and Mrs. Elmer '
of Miss Ann SET INCLUDES
n4 Wedding Mary and the Constitution. rations."Making. (
D. Hinckley served re t law teem. U tMM m.t $0 11-
in RepresenhnqSEE Tuten, daughter of Mr. and These enabled the United ubd fcSa. I dinar( feita.s I
freshments. The tea table'WIS a Friend and Keeping "
Mrs. Burton Tuten Jr., and dinner knives a awvlngipoont
r dt Robert 0 Smith, son of Mr States to become a great nation' overlaid with a linen drawn- a Friend" was the panel -
and remain
and Mrs. Dale Drew of Wal one. work cloth and centered witha discussion led by Mrs. Karl MtDowflaWsskDIAMONOIULMCHANIII
do, 7:30: p.m.. First Methodist "The present trend toward" socialism large bowl of yellow chrysanthemums aswlnkel[ and Mrs. C h a r les
lath Church: of Waldo. Reception can be checked the flanked by tall yel- Bauer. A social hour followed AMERICA 1 1
speaker said, "If with
following at Drew home In beginning low candles. Miss Mary Gresham with Mrs. Pete Moody' and
the Individual, we clean o u t
Waldo. ; regent poured. Mrs. Earl Crawford as hostesses. GORDON'S.QUAl.lrr
n weaknesses In America and return -
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The November meeting with
vli Brunch followed by bridal to the basic principles of :
I th THE BEAUTIFUL NEW FABRICS... shower complimenting M1 I si freedom and liberty of the Mrs. Herbert A. Meyer as hostess Guests present were Mrs. S. GAINESVILLE '( :' ::
1 GET PROFESSIONAL ADVICE... Judith Beasley, bride electof early Republic. will feature' American Mu- A., Hicks and Mrs. Melvin ShoPpmgCellt&r
tn Grover Ford, 10 a.m., Mrs. The chapter theme this year sic and the American Heritage Ward.
pas HAVE THE BEST LOOKING' CLOTHES I Paul "Frierson, 3027 NW Is from the book of Daniel: : Miss Thelma Bottles will A Preferential Tea Is planned 1222 North Mo in. S*.-, Ph. 376-S444. : t

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JOHN WILSON and a member of the Church of the Colored Community \ ;:
Mr. John Wilson died Mondayat God in Unity.Surviving -

his horn in Micinopy after are his wife, Mrs. News items for this pace should be directed to Ben F Childs, Colored News Football Game Buffet
a long Illness. Willie Mae Jackson; two child editor by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send
ren, Jessie 1.. Jackson, U. S. items directly to the Sun office.

OBIE G. FORBES Navy, and Roy James Jackson, '....r.' .rr..........",, whm will ...... will *. round M PH* S. Having a wonderful time at lemon juice to taste Using heavy pan, 8 row 1
Miami; mother,' Mrs. Mag gie the big flame' Home team win pinch of thyme I floured meat slowly In hot (... I
Mr. Obie George Forbes, 618 Jackson, Gainesville; sisters, NOTICE 3 p.m. In the dining room of their private gardens as well ning by four touchdowns Heat tomato juice and bouillon Transfer meat to casserole
SW 6th Ave., died Monday at Mrs. Clara Bell Morten, Gainesville The Laymen Movement of the church. as purchasing them from the Everything would be perfectnow Add lemon juice and Add seasonings, bouillon, tomato
his home after a long Illness. Mrs. Llllie Fields, Geor- Springfield Baptist Church During the tea, there will be florists. The public Is Invited. if there were a cook at thyme. Serve In copper mugs paste, red wine.. Cover and
gia; brothers. Rev. N. A. Jack will hold its monthly meeting a musical program rendered Mrs. Martha Adams, president. home preparing the buffet sup Garnish each with thin slice of cook In 300 321 degrees oven
WILLIE VOCKSON son, Gainesville, Joseph Jackson in Fellowship Hall on Saturday sponsored by the youths of the per for the guests you have in- lemon. I for 14 hours. Add vegetablesand
Willie Jackson, M, of 653 NE Miami, and Govan Jackson at I P.M. The President church HIGH SPRINGS NEWS vited. I cook covered 40 more muvCasserole '
Deacon W. B. Allen, Is asking : There Is admission The PTA of Douglass Ele-
no priceJOINT
16th Terr., died Monday at his Detroit, Mich. But even without a cook, todaY'1 be prepared
everyone to be present. Refresh- I mentary School witnessed a Beef en Casserole may
resourceful hostess does
home after illness He I
a long ments will be served after the well planned program last not have to despair Efficient libs beef chuck, cut In ahead of time and reheated Ina
native of Alachua
was a Countyl SERVICEThe slow oven before serving:
meeting.The night. The president expressed l'> Inch cubes
ANGLES PRIMOUS Willing Workers Club, Rev. W. A. Miles and to the Effie may be gone from the 3 Ibis flour -
un- appreciation many i kitchen but the lady of the i I"
Angles Primous, 62, Newber- der the leadership of Mrs his congregation from the First members for being present. house has discovered other servants 3 Ibis fat
+ ry resident, died Saturday at a Carrie Jones, will hold its meeting Baptist Church will conduct On Oct 28, the group will I that make her life of entertaining 1 tip. salt SPECIALSUE'S
l I Ita' Gainesville hospital after a long on Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Joint service at the Mt. Olive sponsor a Halloween parade to just as effortless. H'Lip freshly ground popper BEAUTY
AME. Church wit Rev. E. D.
Church. Mrs. Barbara be followed 636 1 bay leaf
illness. He was a native of Wil- HBry at : p.m. by a Casseroles are "in.
liston, and member of the ant Reporter.The Arnold, pastor, today at 7:30: carnival at the school. Prizes Casseroles are our present- H-tip thyme SALON
Bethel AME Church of New- pastor, officers and mem- pm.Choir will be awarded for the best day "secret servants" helpingus I taps parsley flakes
berry. >ers of Spring Hill Baptist I I No. 1 and Ushers' Halloween costume. to enjoy our guests and our 6 small while onions, )peeled H.... l.,ildl*|. AU.....
Surviving are his widow, Mrs Church wish to thank the Elks 'Board! No. 1 will serve. Mrs. The evening will entail parties too.Casserolei. and left whole 442IM2rVlKMMN'
T AsitCold of the for the fine services Bessie M. Johnson, reporter social and other activities be 6 medium carrots, scrapedand $J end ...
and Che.se Cut Bessie Primous; three children, City games, a can prepared a mil ,..,.1 w Mmlnr.
I t tn Order. Also a Mrs. Essie Mae Williams, WU- rendered on last Sunday, and The featured spot of the day In advance or even weeksin quartered with $I 14 $10 Mrm.........
1 Vorleto Salads liston, Mrs. Eula Mae Williams, also for the contribution that YOUTH DAY carnival will be the "witches advance, popped Into the 1 cup celery slices SUE COLVIN. Owner
too. Hawaii, and Thrilun Primous, was left with us. Rev. T. D. Youth Day will be observed kitchen" where candy apples, freezer and warmed while the 1 cup beef bouillon Loraine thtriloon and
Newberry; and four broth r a, Davis, Pastor. ,Sunday, Oct 16, at the SpringHill popcorn, peanuts, cup cakes guests lather "'bP, tomato paste I Lucille Wild*'* Operator
Pearce, Gainesville, Ant h ony Baptist Church. sandwiches, dinners and drinksare What a wonderful substitute H-cup_,!!wine_u __
I The schedule of services Is for[ !
Winter Garden; Cleveland, New SPECIAL NOTICE to be sold. yesterday's servant
Breakfasts will be served in as follows: We still wish to encourageand The Taylorstone casseroles,
York and Leroy, Boston,
Mass. City, the dining room of the Shady I Miss Juanita Mosley, teacher solicit more persona to become pictured here, are perfect foils r
._- Grove Primitive Baptist Church at the Williams Elementary members of the PTA. for our autumn setting The
} Sunday from ( a.m. to I a.m I School, will be the principal The kindergarten parents are stylized floral motif of light
) Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter. speaker at U a.m. asked to meet Monday, Oct. sienna and brown petals on
I Miss Lillian Williams, the It, at 7:30: In the kindergartenroom. white background blends beautifully
CLUB COUNCIL MEET present "Miss Lincoln", will with the richly colored
FINE CUSTOM TAILORED CLOTHES The Gainesville Club Council also be the principal speakerat autumn leaves, chrysanthemums -
will hold Its first fall meeting 1:30: p.m. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS and bright copper mugs

trunk showing Sunday, Oct. 18, at S P.M., at Several Youth choirs In the Liberty Hill Methodist The Convenient handles on the
city will in the :asseroles are Important tea-
appear
pro.grams.
the Recreation Center on Northwest pastor and members Invite you
1st Street.It Evelyn Jackson, re- to attend services at the Great. lures. No fear of mishap here I
.t while we are setting out the
OCTOIII It is very important that at porter. er Liberty Church Oct 18 at buffet.
least three members of each I It a.m. The members will I 1 I
club of the city be present L.V. CONTINUES ILL march Into their new church. Not only are the ovenproof
by Davis, president; Mrs Pauline I J. Franklin Jones, Sr., well Sunday School, 9.30. m.; morning casseroles a boon to your cooking -
Bowles, chairman of publicity known citizen, Is still ill worship, 11 a.m., lunch, plans, but due to their ex- I
Friends wish for him a speedy 1 p.m.; and afternoon worship elusion Zircon glare, they are 1
REX WOODSy recovery. Mrs. Mayola C batman 3 p.m. Please come and worship completely dishwasher and detergent .
I reporter.HOMECOM'NG. with ua. If you find It In- safe as well. A special
SLATES MEETINGThe
convenient to with I manufacturing makes
worship process
Floral Court of Lodge No. SET .0.. STJMNLBSS FOR
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us, a donation will be greatly Taylontone earthenware exceptionally .
54 will meet today at 7:30: p.m. The Greater Bethel A.M. E. appreciated. Rev. Damon Dell, resistant to chip SET INCUMSi J
at the regular meeting place. Church's Homecoming has been pastor; Miss Gladys Boston, ping and cracking I mia tooem. 16 .......... $ II '
} j set for Oct 25, Sunday, sponsored S ..lid........ I dinntf tort. 8
I. epresenfin9 reporter, It's best to keep a special a dlnn.r helms, a MnlnfMtDtvtt1aWiok'
ROCHELLE NEWS by the Trustees' Board Emanuel Baptist Sunday lie of casserole recipes parIcularly lPOOIII ,.
Ckolrs' Vales Te Meet The officers and members School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- those the family and y'
The Friendly Choirs' Union are expected to be present. If ship, 11 a.m.; Baptist Train- friends keep asking for. Rrclps ,>
will meet at the Hall Chapel anyone needs transportation I Ing Union, S p.m.i and evening are at your fingertips '
call FR MJ6, FR 24260 MfWCHWJTS OF AM t:RICA
FR DIAMOND
Methodist Church here Sundayat worship, 6.30 p.m. Choir Menu for Football Came Buffet
3 2-4461 or FR 1-7082. No. 2 will have Its rehearsal Hot Tomato Bouillon 'SI
p.m.NEWBERRY ,
The pastor has been her. for rfSQRDOLM'S
Monday, 7:30: p.m.; Choir No. Beef en Casserole t
NEWS four years, and there are memo 1 will have Its rehearsal Tuesday Baked Noodles Rnminoff

SEE THE BEAUTIFUL NEW FABRICS. Teeth Day Planned bers who have not attended 6 30 pm., and also there Tossed Green Salad GAINES 1UE Center
services during this time. S'hupopping
GET PROFESSIONAL ADVICE. Youth Day services will be observed I will be prayer meeting 7:30: Buttered Hot Rolls .
Homecoming la the time for Green Apple Pie with Cheddar
at both the morning at
HAVE THE BEST LOOKING CLOTHES .1' tI a m., and evening worships all The members schedule to of come services home Sun- p.m.Mt.. Carmel Baptist .- SUn- Cheese 1222 North Main" St. Ph. 174-I444

YOU'VE EVER WORN CUSTOM TAILOREDTO at 639: p.m. at the ML Zora day is the same.Visitors day School, 130: a.m.; mornng Hot Hot Tomato Coffee Bouillon Open. 9 ..m.- p.m. Men. thra.Sat.. .
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Baptist Church on Sunday worship, Ham.; Baptist .
are always welcome a- "
YOUR OWN MEASUREMENTSAND 3 cups tomato juice .
here. Training Union, S:30 m.;
p.
Rev. W. S. White, Pastor 3. cups beef bouillon
TASTE. ; Mrs. A. E. Wingate, reporter. and evening worship, 7 pm.
NOTICEThe I There will be mid week Med'
.DELIVERY NOW OR LATER Pallbearers' Lodge No. tatlon Services Tuesday, 7:30: CLOSED TONIGHT J
113 choral group will render p.m.; Youth Forum Wednr
AS YOU PKEFEK. ANNOUNCEMENT
a program at the Johnson Chapel Zion Temple AME. Z I Ion lay, 7.30 p.m., and aim the AT ,6.00
I Baptist Church on behalf of Choir will have Its reh"lrsal,1
Women's Day on Oct. 16 at 'Church, pastor and congregation 1 I p.m.; Teachers' M e e ting,1 7- FOR GATOR GROWL
I cR111ls will worship and fellowship
: p.m., today. 'I with Church ol God In Thursday, 7:30: pm.; and the '
NOTICE Christ at Alachua, Sunday at Choir will again have Its rehearsal ) SPECIAL PURCHASE !
Friday, 6 p m. Rev
I p.m. Rev. W. L. Souder
J 'The Wesleyan Service Guildof I pastor T. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs Es-
and the Zion choir will be
I fnnUfli I'I'I the Mount Pleasant Metho-I I In charge of the service Elder her W. Hamm, reporter.. TheChoir ENCHANT-
dist Church Is sponsoring Hugh Anderson host : will have Its rehearsal
son _tea on Sunday, Oct. 16 at pastor. I today, 7:30 pm. TRESSES !

I Johnson Chapel Baptist -I
NOTICE ; Sunday School 9 45 a m.; morn-

y,. / The Friendship Choirs Union ing worship, 11 a m.; Baptist *t% GLAMOROUS
jJldltlll/(11 .
Training Union 6pm. and
will present Its regular monthly ; _
( ( program "Choirs on Par night services, 7:30: pm. Rev
/ ade" at the Friendship Baptist W. J Taylor, pastor; Mrs H. HAIR PIECES

Church Sunday at 3 p.m. Jones, reporter. i y1'c
Rev. D. E. While, pastor. F Zion Temple A M E. Zion 'f'
G. Wlngate, Sr., president, Mrs Church School, 10 a m; and 'L4i SPECIAL
F, D. Shannon, secretary, Mrs morning worship, II a m. (
A. M. Prldgea, program chairman II ,

\ Mrs. G. L Souder, report. Fresh FruitsAutumn I 3.77 ,
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NOTICE those. who enjoy good eating I t Add glomour In town :
4 The University City Floral That when plump l fresh I ol the Beach! Croonyour
eJ Club will observe Its anniversary cranberries become availableat J/ \
Ii I /tew look the'
at Zion Temple A. M. E. local grocery stores Think
tho e heovenly corpch by Zion Church Sunday at II a m. of all the goodies you can braided pony tail, the beehive
The club win render a special make with these delectable the figure' 1 8 or the
r program la connection with little red berries: pies and :I ., w braided burl! Dyne I and

the morning Worship Service puddings, cakes, cookies ocetofe In ,fifteen '
with a speaker and other renditions. jams, jellies" relishes, chut- I t exciting shade from
a eels and salads, too.
This organization consists ofa block to blond, to or.ymile.

Central FlOf/dO Tile g Marble (0. group of dedicated women who .
Sun Want Ad t
place flowers hi the churches
Fleer
,,4/1 Waldo Road hospital I. d homes of Get Results Miff Mery Shop..1114
376640f
the sick and wounded These tk t

women grow many flowers In'' I
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It No Major Policy Changes Expected Out of Russia 1



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< .Jfom dark fftrar Khrushchev himself+ was surprised ed period of transition en Washington many a care nearing a time for further and and demonstrated power Inside [standing abroad and at borne ber meeting to condom -Chinese ..
BY MAX FRANKELWASHINGTONThi I by the sudden change.:however, Brezhnev, Aleks e 1 N. and headache over the past decide more lasting steps toward decreasing their own country and alliances. were thought to make him the policy In this aa ether'
But the promotion from within'Kosygin, the new premier, and officials of the present tensions and diminishing The experts here are not satisfied logical "chairman of the matters, the new men are ex;' .'
i admin,his own administration led both other leaders ere expected to administration are not inclined arms race." with the superficial Judgment board." peeled to be much more cautious
Istration was turprlaed but not the Soviet and U. S. government share power in a "collective" automatically to cheer his re Johnson said he intended to that Brezhnev, Kosygln He personified easier relations l and much less colorful
alarmed by the change of leadership to maintain calm as the leadership to an even greater tirement. take those steps, assuming of and their colleagues are Khursh- with the West, a more se- -than was Khrushchev
in Moscow Thursday. news became known.In extent than in the closing yearsof He was a vigorous adversary,I course that he would be dealIng chef men who will simply carry cure and higher standard of ills Khrushchev had given a number
Analysts of Soviet affairs 1951, the Soviet leaders Khrushchev's rule. but a familiar one. often preferable and soon meeting with on with more vigor Alone for the Soviet people, successin of signs that he expected to
were almost unanimous in t h e announced Stalin's death with Like Khrushchev, the new to the unknown. His Khrushchev.The observer remarked, that la no space and military ventures remain in office in coming
view that Premlner Khruchchev a plea against panic, they men are regarded here as prudent retreat in the 1W2 Cuban missile change In Moscow, It Is more meanlngul a Judgment and resistance to both the "im weeks. H* planned a major address ,
had been forced to step down handled the Khrushchev ouster custodians of Soviet nuclear crisis and subsequent acceptance than to note that President perialism" of capitalists and to a Central Committee ..'
by Us colleagues for reasons o' thought, will almost certainly Johnson, upon entering the the "dogmatism" of the Chinese next month .
routinely Neither Soviet nor power. They are respected of a limited nuclear prolong the current lull to East- plenum on agricul .
merely age and health. American military forces were as formidable adversaries! test-ban treaty led officials hereto white House last year was a Communists. ture. He planned to preside at '
West relations. Tb Soviet
But the survival and promotion placed on special alert, officials l- of the West In many parts of believe that Washington and leaders wish to new move onto "Kennedy man." I Peking has recently turned its the gathering of foreign Corn
of Khrushchev lieuten. said. the world, but are also expected Moscow were finally approachIng the International may diplomatic Their accession begins only quarrel with Moscow Into a munist leaders to discuss way
ants, officials said, seemed to The new leader of the Soviet to be preoccupied for a longtime a period of mutual respectand seen In the near future but the third major change of power vehement personal assault of handling tile dispute with
preclude any radical policy Communist Party, Leon Id I. with economic stresses at limited understanding.Only doubt that ,will In the 47 year history of upon Khrushchev; and his. China In December. Just this
changes In the near future, at Brezhnev, had to be countedfor home and political strife In the Wednesday .evening I aNew analysts be capable of they difficult the Soviet Union. Both were "clique." For that reason alone,!week ha had planned to greet
least la East West relations. the time being as the top Communist world. York, for instance, President negotiations undertaking with the West teenagers during the 1917 Bolshevik analysts here believed the Soviet the three astronauts who cir,..
There were many signs t h at man In Moscow. In the expect- Although Khrushchev baa ,Iv- Johnson said "We may be before they have established revolution. Both leaders would not want to cled the earth Monday.
,rose to power, after Stalin's give. the Chinese the satisfaction The fact that Khrushchev
great purges In 1137-31 by cool' of having gunned down lost la seat la the party'i pot.
blning politics with good JD a nagerUl their enemy. The men around icy making presidium u wail
I.I Lack of Western Shows performances in industrial Khrushchev were thought to be as the Jobs of party and government
Unity agricultural and military united In policy and patriotism leader and the fact that
assignments.They against the Chinese he was released with no expression
The leaders could to of and
were on the outer fringes new try praise good
O Neat lark( dtotrg Senator of the Moscow party leadership make a conciliatory gesture toward wishes were read as certain'. '..
Goldwater. Like the
divide{ the Alliance. '
Peking now by canceling ni that he was pushed from
In the late Stalin t
4 By JAMES RESTON Old Leaders GoingNo leaders In Germany, Britain, The United States has lost a 'survived demotions after years Stalin's Khrushchev's plan for a Decem rower SI) it
W SHJNOTON and Italy, they hive been too
-Alotller death and In Khrush
great deal of prestige In the last roar
fran preoccupied with their internal
J1 lormltJ n of the political chev's administration to poet.tions UNITARIAN-UNIVERSALIST
One political to think l year, and It will take time and
.( world has dearly begun. The Taking Over squabbles .In the party and government .
old prewar generation of lea,. much about what they would do lard work to prepare for new that led officials her to FELLOWSHIP
-1 era Macmillan of Britain 1 with power If they were givena eglnnlngs. The assassination of regard them as the natural sue-

t I, Nehru of India, Adenauer of and Ideological forces there etabllah *- ly to confront the West, and continuing responsibility President Kennedy, the rise of censors to the posts they won 1024 N. W. lOtfc AVINUI ,
Ie, Germany and now Khrushchev a dear order and direction particularly the United States What la needed, as a first racial and sectional: strife in Thursday.But SPEAKER: Dr Ernest R. Bortley I
of the Soviet Union li gone. of leadership move, Is a more regular and merles, the nomination the no shake up had been Professor of Political! Science w
The new generation of leaden The Communist world la In with problems and opportunities orderly,method of consultation by expected at this time. University of Florida
r\\ la Just emerging from the elm disarray. China and the U.3.S.R. which the free world capitals within the North Atlantic Republicans of a presidential Although Khrushchev had recently TOPIC: "The Constitution and Our Changing
tions .to Britain, the United art not only engaged in a savage give little evidence of being, prepared Treaty Alliance If, as some officials candidate who has frankly stated shown an uncharacteristic Needs"All
p I' States' and elsewhere, and the theoretical war, but they to meet or exploit here and in Germany his opposition to the whole I zest for long periods of Who Are Interested Are Welcome. .
t future If not only unclear but are wracked by Internal conflicts De Gaulle In France Is really I Suggest, the foreign mini stars allied policy of trying to rest and had wistfully spoken of Ham.; Sunday Oct. )18 1024 N.W.I. 10th Avers>
highly uncertain. aver the disappointments the last of the powerful free could agree to meet at least reach an accommodation with retirement last spring, his I
N* matter why Nlklta Khrushchev of their'agricultural and Industrial world leaders who were formedin twice a year, and their deputies the .
Communist world
the
verb
was replaced or who programs the years before the first I' four times a year, some :
eventually emerges from the Meanwhile, the Communist world war. His Influence la fad- progress might be made towardsteady al violence and banalities of the gar ;,_...... ;',
struggle to Moscow, It will bea partial la Italy, Franc and tag, not only because of his age, common discussion of election campaign, and finally
long time before the con.... elsewhere! art going their but because his concept of the common problems, not only the resignation of the Presi "
tog personal, political, military.' ways, and an this la Ilk.separate organization of the Wilt have: within the treaty area but elsewhere dent's most confidential friend :=:
been rejected. Elsewhere a In the world. and aide on I morals charge HAYDON lURHS
new breed, not of great personalities Had there been such regular all this baa shaken tile confidence -
| Multi-Nation Naval Fleet but of political and consultation 'to the pest, officials of the Alliance In our Governor M' 1:"
I economic technicians to taking might not be sitting leadership and we are not likely :

; i Plan To Get Demonstration o"Then. Is no use pretending I I the around State In the Department embassies here and I to recognize make a It new start unlesswe i. I *, -..::

that anybody now knows how Thursday night wondering ruefully For over a year now It has '
11 O fork JSlattBy listed the Communist world win develop of what might have been been ,
tin men includes personnel possible for 31 h n a o n to
JACK MTMONDWASHINGTONTM [representing. the navies of the whether the change in' achieved during the more flex I say, with considerable accuracy Elect a ProgressiveLeader '
United US* West Germany, Britain I Moscow will further divide or, ible Khrushchev years. that whatever our troubles I
it. State will give Ita plan for a Greece, Italy Turkey and The reunite the USSR and China I Eisenhower bad the will to were In Viet Nam, in Cuba In } '
) multinational surface fleets Netherlands.. and whether they will be more unify the alliance but not the the Congo, and In France, at i.
big push here this week with a According to the official Pentagon reasonable or hostile to the United ability or the endurance. Ken- east our relations with the Soviet :
demonstration of a test ship announcement, the purpose States.In nedy had the ability, but not Union seemed more secure Proven ii
and a major speech by Secretary of the visit la to provide this situation, t h main the experience or the time, and under Khrushchev But we cannot Ability :: .
of Hat Dean Rusk. en opportunity for representatives thing Is not to waste too much I Johnson has been. preoccupied say that now for we do not ,
The guided solute destroyer of the participating) countries time wondering what Is m the with the Congress and the cam know. Another reshuffle, B It : I
Claude ,V. Rlcketla, named for to observe a demonstra. I Communist mind for all we paign ever since h*, we suddenly only of leaden but of nations, HAYDON e'est Prepared : =
the late. via I a chief, of navel lion aboard the ship. know there may be nothing precise thrust Into the Whit Is in progress, and w can I. Jf
operations who was one of the The test of having a crew of in their minds but to be House. neither say In Washington thewe I BURNS .
principal planners of the proposed mixed nationalities was begun as sure as we can about whaIs It will not be easy for him anticipated It nor that were DIM. _......
naval force, has been or- In May, 19M! when the first non- In our own minds and in the tto take practical new Initiatives ready for It. "jI j
dered to visit Washington, Oct. U.S. member reported' aboard minds of the other leaders of for a while, even if h* wins in --
1'.23. the Ricketts. Since then others the West November, and it may not even I .
The Rlcketts la the demon. have Joined the test, either Here again there Is no pointhi be wise for him to start rushIng -
stratton of till proposed surface aboard the ship or In U. S" pretending1' that there is any off as he would like to
the Gators!
fleet that Is to be armed with schools where they could become -concensus to the West or even do to see De Gaulle and ethers Support Fighting ,
Polaris missiles. Ita plannedcrew familiar with the ship's any precise policy hi the mindof before he has bad ton to
of II officers and 311 en- equipment I either President Johnson or muter the problems that now

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I; 4g. ,Extension I <(6ahrcauiOeDaflg6mn I Meetings. Chance To 'Brag' of Area: : I


; Benefits State FARM I BIG MEETING last week In 'orld's best I had to challenge -,heard In that, "Agriculture if

New Orleans us BIG DOINGS I his statement by asking him if,I II f a declining Industry". The fact I

for over l.MO agricultural he had eaten any from Bradford 1 I Is, agriculture Is an Increasing
,, G. M. Davis chairman of the & GARDEN I I people. We were attending ourNational County! Fla. Well, It left UrmlfurelCuunly Industry. Only the number I
Farm. City Week Committee him
Association meeting. thinking, anyway, that we I of farmers have decreased
for Alachua County which is Alae'huaounly j It Involved lot of big things. produced a lot of sweet pota : Those who are finding it
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for observance of
malting plans loci
We think It Is always good to, Impossible to carry on an efficient ,
Farm City Week, Nov. 20-28 attend meetings; like this to,I We heard a lot of good dis- operations are dropping 'I
Last year's observance Included <(<: ,- 1e.tgellf Time Now Plant meet and talk with people l i I cushions that left many chat Agent k. 4I. 'out. The number of persons; ,
selection of an outstanding city to from al over the United States longing thoughts. We also! that one farmer produces food.
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family the Vidal Trujillo's and .- wares who are interested in the progress ,'saw name of the changes take ., T nsa.n.. and fiber for Is Increasing.
.:' an outstanding farm family the, of agriculture.It flog place. A few, such as anew / i I Agriculture MUST: l Increase

J. D. Emerson' These two to. For Winter Grazing I also gives you. an opportu-I I IBM machine operation land more difficult to live with when It is predicted that the '
families were honored at a ban ,. r.nH I !just Installed Ihatreplaced.37men. them
to '
pity to tell bout your Everybody some extent population of some 191 million
quet held In the State Farm Fall planting time is here and For example, one morning a This brings out that I and In some manner, depends [I I people now, will double by the
Bureau Building here in Gainesville home demonstration agents are I a good season is in the grounr' group of us visited the warehouse -I young men today sure better I I on pesticides With 57,000 year 2000. While this Increase
following a tour of agrI--: third chain-I prepare themselves for a special formula loon. registered with I II ''la It
actually faculty members of toe Now U the time to plant too of the largest I taking place, was pointed -,
cultural facilities at the University and t From this vocation. The day and USDA must out, farmer has
University of Florida working winter grazing crops covecrops I I4. tore operation. we keep our efficiency
of Florida. in M of the 17 counties involving With this In mind hen .y warehouse they were set up to,'!plac-e for just ordinary labor I selves informed Research Is being I improved to the point that on
We are, always looking for and adults In is a rundown on verities amertillzaUon direct and furnish supplies for Is fading out. stepped as fast a* possible the same number of acres .
new Ideas and ways of observing [ youth the people initiate under pro.grams : (:UlIIII% Ito stores The produce buyerwas One speaker emphasised the,,10 provide Immediate informal I I needed 50 years ago to feed
Farm City Week, and OATS Vsneties recommended showing us Louisiana I fail that while we are certain lion on pesticide usei It million people, we are rove.
the guidance of E I ten s Ion
jours would I be welcomed to the for early grazing In r I sweet potatoes and remarked we cannot live without postlcMos Another sneaker chsllengedl'feeding 191! million Tn.IS..
agents improve image of tgetll '
Gainesville's many civic clubs I'Seminole' and AS 110. Midsea 'hat they were absolutely the we are finding it more the statement you hllollen PROGRESS!
agriculture and the s t a ndard
have been I
'doing a wonderfulJob :son would include Suregrain
of living of an our people.
of planning programs to observe Moregrain Radar 1, Radar 2 ts..nn e.N
Farm City Week, and Let's examine for a moment and Floriland. Late variety Is
we are again looking forward to how Florida has been faring in Red Rust Proof 14. For minimum
gume. seeding requirements r
lI'orklJiwlth members of their the agricultural development RYE Varieties recommended on this prac tic e NOTICE !
program committees race as a result of these programs Include Gator Wrens, Ab- contact the County ASCS of*
'I The Ezteaslos Stery during the 201 year per bruul and Florida Black. flee.

County agents write weeklynews iod, 1941 '1. WHEAT Varieties recommended FREE PINE seedling art w

articles, appear on radio Florida's production of milk Include Ga 1123 Bled- available as in the past through THE FOLLOWING BUILDING SUPPLY FIRMS WILL BE
and TV programs, yet mast Increased 343 per cent while I soe, Costal, UakefleM a 0 d your county agents' office InLevy w
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people do not associate us with U. S. production was up only Hadden. County. These seedlingsare .
the Agricultural Extension Service II percent; Florida's egg production RYEGRASS varieties recom- provided by Container Corp CLOSED SATURDAY DUE TO THE HOMECOMING TRAFFIC

" which la observing Its golden went up 701 per cent mended Include Gulf, Italian of America operating Morrislon -
anniversary this year... i while U. S. production Increased and Common. P. 0. Box No. M6 I Camp Lumber Co. f Home Lumber Co
The Agricultural! Extension I 18 per cent. Income Seeding rates on these crops There are no strings attachedto ,
Service, the educational arm of from the sale of livestock and an M follows: these seedlings. All they ask
I the U Department: of Apiculture I- livestock products increased 924 Oats 96 to 128 pounds per Is that the seedlings be planted

,:waa..created by the per cent in Florida while In the acre or three to four bushels and protected from fire and Combs Lumber Co. Gainesville Hardware Co.
I Smith Lever'Act of 1911! as a U. S as a whole, It went up per sere for truing. For grain livestock. Up ta 5,000 seedlings
1 part Of the; Land Grant Instu-I only 321 per cent. this seeding rate should be cut per farm will be available on airstcomefiritierved .

" jons, The Extension Service, In 1920! the average farmer In half. basis at
I through its"county and home was producing eight people, Rye 58 to 112 pounds per long as they last Contractor's Supply L & M Builders Supplies
1 demonstration agents, has provided by 1940, for 104 people and to'day. acre for crazing and 42 to 70 Seedlings win also be available
,i the bails for carrying the 21 people. If all farmers pounds per acre for grain. to 4 H Club members
result of:agricultural research 'were operating! as efficiently asthe Wheat 90 to 120 poundsper through their 4 H Clubs. M

to all the,people of each state. top 25 per cent, each farmer acre or 1H to 2 bushels per Orden are now being taken' Duke Lumber & Supply Co. McCoy. Building, Supply -Co. Y
At the V. of Florida the College !- could be producing for 45 acre for grazing and 80 to M'for these free seedlings st the I'I -
of Agriculture, Agricultural people snd this figure will'|lof 1 to 2 bushels per acre)county-agents' office In.Branson.'
f Experiment Stations Agrlultural !- no doubt be reached in a few pounds per acre for grain. e. w
Extension Service and short years due to the excellent Ryegrsss should be seeded at I
i "?e hoot of Forestry make up farmers such as we have In rates of 20 to 40 pounds per I Ii w
what Is called the Institute oft Alachua County who are dedicated -t''acre.i w
Food and Agricultural Sciences to the task of feeding the]i i i FERTILIZATION for these I
The University of Florida offers ever mounting population of the crops should be 400 pounds per I
both gradual and undergraduate U. S, which Is Increasing at the'acre of 4-12-U, 5-10-10 or slml-i WIN.
Jar fertilizer at time of plant.:
programs In some ate of a new customer for age '
p> different specialized agrlcul-I rlcultural products every II sea Ing and sidedressed to late, ,,,,nrjey. : : ,
with .i
tural fields The .county and nds night and day January or early February ".ooI.oi \ '
50 to 75 pounds of .i'" .
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:, j I tal nitrogen.

\\Elevators Open; 'I into This two sidedresslng applications can with be split one Jfi

In December
application early
and the other In early Febru I
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treated before planting to prevent : $10 0 t s., a r. \ ::
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Dixie.Lllyje.. opened their seed are bought locally and not .<,', I .:.
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corn elevators In Trenton yesterday treated, It Is best to treat then I' \ .. "
before planting. Recommen d a- '
to receive any white rtbt ::
(; lions for treating small grain I IIJ
corn which farmers have and t'l4 ,
seed are available at your county : I
I did not harvest prior to the agents' office.
, closing of the elevators here (:ilt'hri1411 WINTER COVER crops generally J I : I

two weeks ago. are limited to lupine. Bitter I J. :
varieties recommended for "
WORMS MOW BAHAI I
Blue r
Include Bitter
Recent Invasions of Pensacola cover crops
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and Blanko. Sweet vs r Ie t II. Gainesville Sun
Banal pastures in the Trenton JI. ,Ph....... recommended are Sortie and
area have shown that
armyworms to-
Be
Weiko No 3 sure proper
can mow a 40. acre the County 4 H Council the noculatlon is applied to these I t

field of hush Banal grass as first week in November Ratings teed! prior to planting Seeding .,
close as any lawn mower could ( received In this preY I e w rate Is 00 to N pounds per acre. I I" : : ::
within a period of three days' will be considered In selecting ASC regulations require small t kurt 4 1'i : -
Considerable damage has been county winners in the various grains planted ID loCI' procramto GRIDIRONGREENBACKS : yr :
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done by these/ pests here re projects.: be interplanted with l le-
cently. 1
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Control of army worms can '
be accuuipiisned tuth a 10 per FOLLOW THE CROWDS't t :
cent tuxallu| ne dual at the rate TO OURGREATEST j '
" uf 15 lu 20 pounds per acre or '
te a spray containing I to 4 pounds REVIVAL > I
< of 40 per cent wetlabie toia :,
phene powder>> per acre.' A sev I SAT. NIGHT I
,
....y waiting period is necessary I -

before grazing pasture or' fig, OUT COCO MOYII ON
cut tl l o g hay from toxaphene

treated pastures. A dust or "THE CRUCIFIXION"See It's that time again! And the Gainesville Sun has 100 "very green" greenbacks for the person
[spray may be used with no time
, [limitation for gracing t.. greatest overt of el SftS ts *.... celermovlt who con pick correctly the winner of this week's greenback, game, October 18. That's right :
' ) et Till Hales. .*. TM sea sever be ike saaM
: FRUIT SHORT COURSE! .._ ester New dark* 4e M C....,. $100. And oil you have to do is clip the ballot that will appear in the Sunday Gainesville Sun, ==
Some huruculturuu look
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upon peaches and other decldjuous ALSO STIRRING SIIMON Mt mark your winners, fill in the "tie breaker" and mail your entries on the back: of a postcard. =

fruit crops as the bright-, '
I'est prospect for agricultural development ADULTS OILY AIL All YOU might be the winner of the first Gridiron Greenback contest and $100
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In our part of the. -

I state. SMCIAL SWAIATI SUVrCI POI CHILMO4WMM Every Sunday the Gainesville Sun will offer readers a chance to be a winner. Each week,a special =

j' Those who wish to know more
about this topic will h a v e an : .M* MM hear MtaM MM miss tl iMl a..ke.MMN. AS MlT.ee e..e.w nil W M4MM Ballot listing the) top 20 college teams will appear in the Sunday Gainesville Sun AND EACH = '

I, opportunity to get the taforma- M ... ..iii..i MfvM. 0.... ...e. 12 wM Ncis.
.,c tioo from thosetHMt hare work- .. a ....... ...... ). rik* M.e MM. .... MMM! WEEK THERE WILL BE A WINNER. So, don't forget to moil your entry on the back c"a pott. =--
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'ted closes with snail fruit ... en ..... se.e-.. __ 4 .a psele.eS cord and address as follows; GRIDIRON! GREENBACKS, Gainesville Sun, P. 0, Box 57, Gainesville =
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, crops4l DecioVTUOUJ -.uq N eau tie -
rruff Short Course at the Florida. Deadline for receiving beliefs Is 6 P M Friday. Full details of all the rules will
MILL I&IYII
rlnlversity: of Florida next
Wednesday and Thursday. Call MIS FAMOUS WHOM ON appear along with the' special ballot in the Gainesville Sun each

tout county agent for further

,'.?' -lUooen. this "LOVE COURTSHIP Sunday.'t'I'
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DEAR ABBY: I am not the kina ot girl who goes againsther be solved. They both read your column. Can you help them? q \\AS7HE CROWD DtTEP&THE MUSEUM

srihiD parent wishes, but In this case I think I have a right FRIEND TO BOTH | m VIEW THE MUMMY OP MNGO+E
to. I am 16 and this boy I like a lot li 17. He has come over DEAR FRIENDS It's a good bet that the husband has com ** *, +th 7JV PAUSE IN REVEREMCE KFORE THEMOSTfHKIOUSFOttfS3IONII ups
Anal: to my house a couple of times, and the very first time my plained to his wife about her sloppy housekeeping long before \\
were i father laid eyes on Jeff, he took a dislike to him, and here he complained to his friends And the same goes for her and Z -
view tl is the reason: Jeff Is a shy boy and he doesn't look at her husband's drinking. It's an oversimplification to say that i 1 Twkrs YESMV SON-fTM

hid IN you when you talk to him. I understand this and it doesn't maybe If sne swept ip, be'd sober liP li % //1

byhijmerely bother me, but my father says there is something wrong *
with a person who can't look you In the eye. Ills a sign DEAR ABBY: I have Just received an Invitation that knocked .
But that he is dishonest. This is not true. Jeff is a swell kid. me for a loop. I've had lots of Invitations to different

motion He's an honor student, very polite and has never been in things in my life, but I have never had an invitation to a h/instp Chrsrchi/was t0
ants, I any trouble. Can you help me, Abby- baby shower for an unwed mother before. u y
preclueehangt LIKES JEFF The mother of this girl Is a good friend of mine and whenI bea Je9 iS/ f mn
asked her why she would permit such a shower under the
DEAR LIKES: What father Is 'generally true
your says
least t .
circumstances she said with
she didn't see anything wrong Io I
but lOt always. Many a cheat cm outstare aa honest person
.. it. She said her daughter was a good girl who had madea
of the week be
any day If there Is something to gainedby
It Ask your father to get to know Jeff better and then mistake. The daughter plans to keep the baby, so why not THAT DONt I *INT SAVIN' 1 IT DOES"
TherL make his Judgments. You can't always believe have a shower Have you ever had any inquiries about / ..
your eyes. SHERIFF TAIT CONSARM ME BUT THEM VARMINTS THAT GOfINGERIN'
should
for unwed and I
showers mothers Is It proper, goT JEST GOT HIM NONE ( AROUND HENHOUSES '
UNDECIDEDDEAR
DEAR ABBY: A friend of mine wants to know why her HS A FINGERPRINT! % \ SHORE BETTER BE I KEERFULlUNOeWTANO
UNDECIDED Those who attend such a shower Indicate
husband always come home drunk. Her husband wants to
by their presence that they see nothing wrong with SNUFFY
know why his wife doesn't clean her house. Maybe if each cn: ,1
up It Since you were obviously shocked at the Invitation, ) VJ

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fvtun : U of F, Gainesville 09 WFGA-TV (ABC, NBC) Jacksonville
high*

Nt: Friday Evening/ Nabors 8 ID Dennis The lly tree when a snide i f9.J \

ihchj I:N B Well's Fargo 10:00 B Jack Paar-Varlety Menace neighbor charges they w Is

eyed.trUII s B MOW Douglas (Color) Jack's guests are 11:30 0 The JetsoosO lack breeding. .. r / ,I
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1:21 B Moments Sports comedian 'Carl Reiner; 09 Fury ':01 8 B Movie (Color) Q

alo IN B NewscopaB singer Anna Marla Alber 12:00 O Sky King ":'ever So Few." (1959)) I

Wend Civilization ghetti; song and dance B To Be Announced During World War II, an

lngBJ) IU B (Color) Local News, man John Bubbles; and CD Exploring American captain leads a -.
Weather, Sports nine-year-old actor Mor- 12:31 B Toncbdewa band of guerillas assigned !
gan Mason and his mother O My Friend FlickalOOa0PreGameShow to harass thousands of Japanese SIraDOW'I RICKS I AM TOO/ MAYM YOU CWLDTAUCJ&DON...TBIU. :
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1:00 B News, Sports, GETTING PRETTY I H6 MUST STOP HIM HOW IMPORTANT IT f*TO PUT RICK d
Weather actress Pamela Mason troops in Burma. WON'T KEEPYOUSU MIEUL DR.MORGAN... /lii DRINKING OR HEZL BACK TO WORKACTUALLY HE'S THe
Jack shows filmclips a Shindig John Sturges directed on NUT BUTT*WORRIED _XX M IN SERIOUS BEST ARRANGER IN din
= B Sunshine Almanac of Morgan, Elizabeth Taylor 1:15 a 0 College Football location in Burma Thai ABOUT WHEN HK TOUSLEITMAYNOTLEAVES THE BUSINESS/ITS i'lL TIt 10 TAUT wmt ,
USC, Ohio State THE BE SO EASY TO BRINGHOSPITAL NOT AS THOUGH DON WHY HAVEN'T
1 IIS B News Highlights vs.
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and Richard Burtonon )
I land and Ceylon. ,(Two / HIM OUT OF HIS NEXT YVOULDt9EppI90. BEENA5LETO
,f T 1 liMBBONews t the set of the film I:. 8 Lloyd Thutoa-Variety hours, 30 mln. Cut CASE OP RT SlI HIM A PAVURSET ALONG a,..wW

'I I B Using Numbers "The Sandpiper." 2:3111 Movie Frank Sinatra, G I AI r

wj ; .. 7:" B Yancy Derringer B The Saint "The Bride and the Beast" Lollobrlglda, Peter Law- I

State I -*- B Death Valley DayiB "The Golden Journey." SImon 4:00 O NFL Countdown ford, Steve McQueen, I
mutt! : What's New Templar takes 4:IS BO Football Scoreboard Paul Henreld, and Rich- rili -'

big | : __ Topics: migration habits spoiled Belinda Deane on 4:30 B Mr. Lucky ard Johnson.

tens I I ", of elk; life on other plan- a hundred-mile hike to B Wrestling B Mr. Broadway /
: ets; folk music of Ceylon. teach her kindness and 1:00 B Outlaws NV
Between the Rats and
!) m Glenn Reeves a WUburn Brothers I I V a
i0dThe understanding. Roger II /
: .. the Finks. The Insults of I .. ,
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: 7:30 B International Moore, Erica Rogers, Stella a hip comic infuriate a .
Bonheur Paul Whit- Tokyo (Special) II I M OIfcTING1'M YIN vG J '
Clauf Showtime hardbolled columnist, and G I Ion NSWER i0.
I Daniel Boone Is -I TRYING A SIENDcR.IRRITABLE. .:l+
( preempt I
the' aun-Jones Roger Delgado. -
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be back hard
: "The Magnificent Mun2 fights In Ta STAY WIFE CRA ME! .J
0 : : : Ich Circus"1 features ) print. Mike enters the Z COULD O. 96A FTIIFRULrou FAT, .JOI.i'/ wins
SN B Porter Wagoner WHICH DOYOV
grin -*. American aerialist Tony (D Fugitive FOB scene to protect the com.Ic' W SCREAM rI 1 WANT?
1:00 a Fishing
pos( Steel. image. .. '
: 1:00 BO News, Sports,
a News, Sports, -
deret I. ti
B Rawhide Weather I':" B Cunsmoke
19.J: : :' "The Lost Herd." Favor Weather Hatred of 1 ,
B (Color) Local News, ':11 B Newscope Indians soar In
Th t = tries to beat another Weather Dodge after a man who

strapfleef = drive to market by takIng Hit: B Movie-Double O Deputy"The Example." McCord wouldn't harm a fly Is S L Y .

( : =, a dangerous pass, butS Feature succeeds in putting outlaw slain and scalped. Guest = { M
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Poll loses his herd In a stampede y MI
=: Cast Includes Denver
S 1. "Sky Full of Moon. Frank Barton behind "
creel : over a cliff. Eric
= ((1952)) A cowboy takes to bars but only because Pyle, James Anderson
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_. Fleming, Clint Eastwood
gambling In hopes of winning Barton wants it that way and Art Batanldes.
: .i? Guest Cast Includes: Roy.
: ZX al Dano and Harry Townza a rodeo entry fee. ICS 8 News 11:" B Detectives -- .
Carleton Carpenter, Jan 7:00 B EalpO'1..I. "The Prowler" is
i e. caughtin LOOK, RUTH'... WASN'T IT < / 4 WANT TO
If YOU OPEN
Sterling, Keenan Wynn. The Appleby is sent to the the act, but Holbrook MAYBE I )
E B Lookup and Live 2. "The 27th Day." ((1957)) ,.... A PUTTY CHINTZY THING TO WHEN UP THAT SUIJECT.JAMES ALDEN)
: ::; Arctic on a mission to refuses to book him. The CANT EAT LUNCH YIOU, STOAT DOG IETi it. YOUR BACHELOR ro JAY we SHOULD HA M AOOUBLtUlM / ,,1'A
B Combat An emissary to earth lest cold-weather paint. evidence mounts and the RUSTY!' MK.VAUIWWANUMJ/V/_ 50f a EMPLOYEE THINK YOU WERE WE WERE CtUWNVty
I :-.. 7:" B Florida Blue Key gives to individuals of B Jimmy Strickland man confesses but Hol- SI TOHUM/DOWHJOHIiOfFlU. W6U? MARRIEO ?IRaRrH .
SAVING MONEY
= Interview live nationalities capsules B (Color) News, Weather brook still won't press, AND TYn A ION6 CONTRACT. BY NOTBUYING
: r: I:" a Land of Their Own capable of destroying hu- Sports charges. 0 BEFORE I O'CLOCK.! t/u/ YOU

I .": New School. man life. Gene Barry 11:110 D News, I AItINa1I
1 Sports,
I r;, I:. II m Bob Hope Valerie French, George 7:30 B B Flipper (Color) Weather !
: I (Color) Bob heads an all. Stefan Schnabel. (Two The "City Boy" Is visitor a Movie )

's star cast In "Have Girls hours, :30 min.) Mike Belden, whose ways "Watch the Birdie."
((1KO)
"kicks" showno t
: I": -Will Travel.! 1:30 B m Johnny Carson of getting The owner of a camera InM I- R .
I = B Entertainers (Color) Scheduled guests concern for water safe shop tries to avoid bank I

: N,. Sketches: in" "Broad- Include Mamie Van Dor- ty. ruptcy. Red Skelton Arlene J

I =... way Melody, Carol Burnett' en. Ed McMahon, Skltch B Jackie Gleama Dahl Ann Miner, Le- I
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dance b slowed
ro Henderson Orchestra ((90 /
Reggie Van Gleason continues on Ames. (One hour, 10
:t down by a too-tight min.) his "v I u devllle mln.)

S : dress; "High Noon" features SATURDAY tour," using self hypnosis 12:" 8 Movie CO N. IN! ITISN J SIR COLONEL HOLY 'riN'OTNi HHUj) YQJ A10Ra COMA WITH Mi ANNI
r Dom De Lulse; and lid Afternoon so he can be hurled, "Conqueror of the Des T LOCKEDfITti I CANYON YOU ) SAWLty/' -WHiCfiMNT ( Are VafT V SWILL 25CVj THA-
Carol and Dom parody: Morning NI6NTIMG C Mil/1 DID N T TWtSJ ass COMMONIRf! Ps'NCIH' THAW HOYDU
i 1 0:30 Ramer of the unharmed, through a ert." ((195<) Igricheff of NrCKRaTURNi9 k HtfNPfor NO MKROYCY fU V D NHAT" 'A CLANISTIMi i;
S "The Doctors" and. theNurses. Jangle plateglass window, a bar Arabia runs an army to '"r' 1_ PHONGSf Tea FRI :G f ne-O! AJLMHnl' WITH
Pacts THa
l 1 7:" m A Trip T. SpookivilleO door and a brick wall. help the oppressed. Pedro ;- CANYON!
S, "*" B PIt Imperfect-Pia Sunrise Semester I 1.00: a B Mr. Mafon (Color) Armendarii Anna Maria eASSY... + s !
Buffalo PhilharmonicS 1
I:" B 7:30 8 Sunday School Forum In "Moby Dick," Magoo Sandrl. (One hOlt r, 50
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Lukas rOIl directs !
1 Composer!
S I:" a Across the Fence portrays Ishmael, only I min.)
Buffalo Philharmonic
:, .M the and the Boys- O Mister Mayor crew member of the ill- B Movie Double l
8 Rocky and Ills fated Pequod to survivean Feature r1 ti
t Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral
Buffalo. Friends attack by the giant 1. "Bigger Than Life."
1:30 a To B* Announced white whale. ((1950) Schoolteacher Ed
0U 8 Political\ Talk-R. B (Color) Popeye and 1:10: a Porter Wagoner Avery begins to suffer UI r
I:. B B Jack Bevy Bose a GlUlgu's Wand effects from an experimental -

Jimmy Stewart and his 0:00: B Science Fiction In his sleep, the skipper drug he took. .Iei,1/
i wife Gloria are Jack'sguests. Theater blurts out Instructions he James Mason Barbara

BAKU once learned for convertIng Rush.. 2. "The Mysteryof r
I Itl B Comer Pyle, tJSMC I 0:30: 8 Tennessee Tuxedo a radio Into a transmitter Edwin Drood." (1935)) wall MAYgEwe

: "Captain Ironpants" Is B B Heeler Healhrole0N but when he awakens The Choirmaster of a ca I S BRIh61 Al' THE EXT s+iouLDGALtOhSOF

.' a lady Marine Corps off : a quick Draw McGraw he can't rememberhow thedral an opium eater.I- I TI A+C1SwT M AP SIR'S y10IJ FILLINe STATION AID <=' t
L- fleer and Comer makes a B Underdog to do ItOD Claude Rains, David Manners ei T Ch18lfctt tAL, TOO. r k
: the ghastly mistake of tipping 10.30: a B Fireball XL4 Addams Family Heather Angel, i ?

: his hat to her Instead .! 8 Mighty Monte The Addamses are jolted Douglass Montgomery. ,
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U of saluting. Jim II:" O Unus, The Ltanhearlrd Into examining their! fam- (Three hours)
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Here's my suggestion to help inside the safety pin, then snapIt L.B3.Absolutely the bird, leaving one end *

keep yon pit from losing your shut. i C a !considerably longer than the. 1 -.

mjnds.. I aWl .have mine, ItlaJdl know that all you gals who, r-bukHa.. Try ft, other. If the bard to net covered
.. read Heloise's column-and who .....
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.. Buy a card of null safety doesn't will agree with me HELOBS good idea la oil tile cloth. .
I pine and attach one) pin to. each that there are few things morel .r
fcMldo iboulder atom j of your aggravating than having straps Dear Heloise: Then when It la time to turn 1-11'OII:1r.1 v

: r blouses and frocks. Be sure to sliding down your arms. This For those Mho\ l.ke to roast she bird, an you have to do U : .;

(attack the pins they .t method stops IL Also you can a bird for one-half: the time !pull on the short end of the r;;;:MIll';..I. j

:.' t show!. oa Ow outside el .the. leave the pins in always do) with breast side down, then turn :cloth and gently ease !the bird :=:=.1.1 :;::: ::;..--

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After you have donned your have had all my blouses this hint which has simplfied/ la effect we bird lain a sling

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.: : Hit ,Tune Writer Cole Porter Dies I II. FONDA,_J..:.. STEWART r f ,

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'\r* SANTA MONICA. Calif (AP)' death but said Porter general His hits were almost) countless t
-Cole Porter one of the 20th physical condition even beforehe Aimed to 'Mesmerize9Movies
,'.century's gnat composers and. was admitted to the hospital Among his better known
:yyriclsts: died Thursday night at Sept. 22 for a routine checkupwas songs Begin The Beguine" j
|l Santa Monica hospital where poor. "What Is This Thing Called I
'i tie underwent kidney surgery An infection: from a kidney Love." "In The Still Of The ,
j Del 13. He was Ttm stone flared up after he was Night," "I've Got You Under Now Super Stars
Doctors said Porter "simply admitted, necessitating: the My Skin," "My Heart Belongs ,
topped breathln,." They did surgery. I To Daddy,' "You Do SomethingTo ,
1 Snot give an official cause of. Only his special nurse was at Me," "You'd Be So Nice To II'
\ 2friu CTliiir I would gladly do and
Us bedside when he stopped Come Home To," "I Love ParIs jerk playa
................... breathing Outside the door I I ," "Silk Stocking," "True X By PETER BART nothing eke if"only I could fund 1
: were his chauffeur and valet. Love" "So In Love," "Wonder- HOLLYWOODPrecisely: 3U he material said Fonda, relaxing DINING & ::
FIRST TIMES AT I in an easy chair )In h. ,
Porter the anct"Doa"t Fence Mt In.
t. a was author of song bar. : years ago Hollywood was invaded small rented home In Los Angeles
Regular ills such as "Night and Day," Porter was born to Peru Ind. by ,two boisterously ambitious
: Fonda's
.. stage musicals Including "Kiss June 9, uu but soon left for young men who having have Included stage"Mister triumphs Roberts ENTERTAINMENT 1
Prices : Me Kate" and did the music the opportunities to study at mad a'modest mark on ," 'Point of No Return ;
and lyrics for such films as Yale and Harvard. Broadway, were determined to
ADULTS : "High Society." During World ar I before mesmerist Ibo movie business. Martial.and "The Caine Mutiny C t u rt '.mtltJdgiun
'
SOSKIDS His was a familiar face In the the U.S. entry to Joined till TIlt two young acton were
1 : cafe society: circles of Europe French artillery and served at Perter close Wends who had shared a Wraith and success: : have not
I Ifs .. and the United States He was later won a commission: to the cramped apartment In New dampened Fonda's ardent liberalism tewart admits he Is complete- paigning for Senator Goldwater
: i e born a millionaire, made another French artillery, and served at York and who moved Into similarly : he is campaigningfor \\J content to remain a movie Stewart was married 11 years
.. .. fortune from a fabulously the front is an officer.In Dozens of operations followedand modest quarters in Johnson nor have they ...... Ho has not made periodic ago to the former Glorlda Hat-
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musical and 1919 he and Linda Lee finally. In UI5 Porter'sright returns to has his rick
successful career Hollywood. : mellowed his personal habits Broadway as McLean and today a devoted -
/I'" : was the close friend of scores of Thomas were married Paris leg was amputated. One of the newcomers, James A friendly and gracious man ex-roommate Fonda but Instead family man. They live
the world's celebrities. She was the daughter of a His wife died In 1954 They Stewart was a gangling, high I Fonda can flare up unexpect* has ground out movie with their four children In Beverly
i Porter's life was so uniformly Louisville Ky., banker William had no children. spirited youth what lather wua Jy: Not long ago be threw a reporter '. after movie at a brisk clip Hills In a fashion befittinga
& .. successful: : that when Hollywood P. Lee. Porter's grandfather Porter's last Broadway hits man town I hardware merchant I. out of hit dressing room Wbert Fonda remains a fiery superstar Indeed Stewart
made a film of his life -'Night J.O. Cole who found coal on his were "Can-Can" In 1953 and m Pens 1YaDIL. He had"for asking obtuse questions. tend Stewart tot grown steadt Is generally acknowledged to be
f. : : and Day." starring Cary Grant Virginia timberlands left him "Silk Stockings-: 1955. H* first become stagastruck while man conservative with the one of Hollywood's wealthiest
writ- millloa wrote the words and music to Fonda hat M a stormy per Md this fall Is
as Porter m UM script SI architectara years cam actors.
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studying at Prince
: : crushed to "Aladdin. 1951 tonal life and has bad several
en had I hard time finding Farter's legs wen a television ton after
University and graduation
: crises In his life to sustain the a 1937 riding accident when a spectacular. He had been to had marriages Two children Peter
.. .. tory line. _horse fell and rolled on him retirement sine that time roles ,In summer won Mock.some Arriving minor, and Jane careen art carving In the movies out successful DO YOU WANTGOODWOOD

; : : on Broadway Stewart At 54, Stewart's hair It gray
: : served the usual apprentice! and his fact deeply lined. Wt
Ii. S Movie Stars Now Shine' before seeing nil name in lights speech Is stow and deliberate.
as Sergeant O'Hart ta "Yellow
: : Stewart rarely mixes with fellow
r : Jack. It mart tag before he performers ea a eel but under QUICK CONVENIENT SERVICE? I
t ) : decided: that the masts businesswas suitably relaxed fmiUlrmi
.. For Johnson Goldwater more to hit taste. and with till proper lubricants.he sum YOU DOW r ,
4, : His
Z roommate Henry Fonda can be an tntartalnmg rac: Sad

i I O Nrai fork Slmri even In special: satiric revues vats homes ind other spots I stumbled grew up through In lfltiruband a few jobs had before dirt acknowledge that Have It! I

Ni T HOLLYWOOD Calif-A tremendous that are t touring California. Mrs. Ruth Berlt, wife of Milton becoming enamored. of the he misses Hollywood's old tt... ;
) upsurge In political Some start art participating Berlt who It chairman: of theater. Roaming tot East one dlo system when top stars were
\ : : activity among motion picture In the campaign to a more official chairman of women for J o h. summer looking,.for work In carefully nurtured and assigned NOW OPEN

ItrrtNewSenfs ..I start has taken place in the capacity. Ronald Reagen son-Humphrey b Southern California summer stock Fonda net Stew- prime ........
t.M: plus year lades fanrges I IPOSITIVELY Ir : film capital. Hollywood o 1 d- Is serving as CO chairman for art at a theater la Falmouth, Faced ilk till anarchy if
I California dttont for Gold. says much of tilt Increased Mass, and they quickly became YOU
: : timers say they cannot recall present day Hollywood Stewart TO SERVE
I any previous election In which water and Miller white in old political activity stems friends.Fonda complains that to has a
ENDS SAT. : so many performers were openly time star George Murphy, Is i from the fearUnesiotsi tf was "discovered" by difficult time finding movies'

:: Irl.: f.::',. t OUT 10i2S : working for presidential can running for a Senatt' _L younger ,stars such M Tommy June Walker white flaying the that be wants to make. I KING FOOD HOSTS
: t didates. Burt Lancaster meanwhile .Sands, Bobby Darin, Fabian roung tutor to MomVi "The: -The Hollywood product today
r.I.a' Dozens of stars are appearing Is co chairman of a group and Dick Van who 'Iwan" In summer _II. Miss I places tot much emphasison
Dyck. refuse
:. ,: in television spots, at rallies that is fighting Proposition 14, ,Walker proposed" Fonda for the shock and not tnough. on old -w.",. But HtmburgmMHJO

..*.......***... at women's luncheons and a state toitlatlvt that would' to be Intimidated by sponsors male lead to Marc Comity's fashioned sentiment" to state S.W. IIHt Snttr fhont J7I-U54
4., nullify California's fair housing or pressure groups. i "Tht Farmer Tikes a Wile" "I still Ukt to do movies that
laws. "Older start used to to worried Not only did till play provide make till ladies .,." His event
THAT. LoNNERr\ There Is virtually an unlimited about disapproval f t.m Fonda with hit tint major role I, picture ".............." Is,
supply of top talent available sponsors or studios and many but It also wu. Us first film he believes happy throwback:
s J) I! L O 1 DNOW for the campaign this wouldn't lift a fingershe said. vehicle i to this earlier type of isntlroen-
year" says Max Younp t Sin, I Some obstrvonwhile I In the count of time Fonda Iii movie.
Hollywood
ID ID __ UIIOSI a movie producer who Is chairman and Stewart both became: rich Though far from content with ..,VI.H 'H'A'
I of ttw entertainment division luIIDwlib Mrs. !and famous; both kt fact became tile average Hollywood movie
of California Citizens for Series thesis note that many that very rare commodity I J.HwfMt. Rae!. .,. 20 Pboew FR "SO"1
.. :MAN r. Johnson. Tht outpouring of Interest of tits younger personalitiesfavor In Hollywood -superstars \
it Is Astonishing" tilt Damocriti while the Yet, though contemporaries\, SUBURBIADRIVMN STARTS TONIGHT! 2 ADULT SHOCKERS!
...<.>.. BAC ___ Goldwater followers In Hollywood 1 and Opm l.tS '
Last weak tilt Democrats attracted very close friends the two I :
..
FIRST AREA SHOWING
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have enlisted the services
'" 1.. women who paid men have followed sharply divergent THIATU I I IXCLUSIVI *
; of in older generation of stars
$S each to go to a rally at the paths over the years
.., '.:. Goldwyn studios atttndtd by A recent ad favoring G 0 III. At the ago of M, Fonda admits SNOWTIMI 7 tOO Bbe lid everythi nK a rich woman
Gregory Peck Henry Fonda, water that ran In the movie he golf little Mils/action/ ,
.j. Eddie Fisher Janet Leigh and trade papers, for example was from movie work.Florida could.wanteverythingf
signed by such stars as Ginger
others
'I Another rally at the Hollywood Rogers Mary Pickford Alice bat her lover's death.
Faye Irent Dunne, James Stewart Alunini
Bowl opposing Proposition Robert Taylor and John i
r-' 14 obtained the services of Loyalty Fund
LPLEAS! NOTE/ NO 0N6 ADMlnU Elizabeth Taylor Richard Burton Wayne.
DUIIHG/ WT II MINNUS.Faitwn. Yul Brynner Burt Lancaster Total Climbs

Milton Berle and Dick Van Plan Classes ,
At Dyck. The University of Fieri I I d I / f ON A

1100. 1:02. ,.04. A number of young performers For Adults InHorticulture I Alumni Loyalty Fund this week I fit L OWV
',0'. .:0. I belonging to Youth for L.B I reached 113.000 toward this I
f! year's 800 009 goal, Fund Dl-
J. have organized I touring revue I -2.-4 teswr.-
; that parodies Son. Barry rector R. C. Beaty announced i

Goldwater's election: campaign Elliott G. vocations today. I
I Hendry. I More than 8000 alumni have
The group which Includes Mar. Instructor In
agriculture ornamentals
FWANTED contributed to this .,
year's Loyally i
io Thomas (daughter of Danny will organize adul l It Fund Drive to date Dean I
Thomas), Ron Harper ConnieStevens classes In BuchhoU Junior ywne
High
!( : Beaty said The fund supports I ..1M) U'a''.taettSATURDAY
and John Ashley, has School Westwood Junior High educational .-...-....
: at the University
projects
given 25 performances at prl- School and Howard Bishop
{ People who like to dance Junior High School beginning of Florida. Including I
4 financial aid to students t h .
and have fun! GNP ContinuesTo I November 1. library system and special I I I
The will I
Instruction
;r'.t fun! fun! 1 plant propagation plant Identif cover- emergency Extending needs the psrtiilpel I Ion ONLY
Soar Higher I Ion, home beautlflcation
Ii IiI cat In the current Loyalty Fund
MUSIC BY THI I and other topics of Interestto Drift, alumni to selected Florida
WASHINGTON AP Preliminary
( ) the class members.
TEL STARS estimates by the Department I hid In cities Initiated a "lelefund' ..
of Commerce showed Hendry his txpsrtonce project this week Under the
the commercial hortkiii-
I direction of local Loyalty Fund
,,1. St. NIghts 9 '....-12 p.m.No Wednesday that the gross no- tuft field established the ornamental chairmen
alumni I plan to A. ---
tonal product to the third tuar- horticulture courses In --..-- ---......
gather la telephone centers
Cover: Chart No Minimum ,fir of lilt reached an annual ..
** lei Dade County Schools and It throughout the stale to m a k ter.-
Tear Ftvorira DrI.ka'At rate of KZ7J button. now establishing a count to calls seeking pledget for the
,.,..., Price This Is ts bulion shove the ornamental horticulture on the lMt $6 Fund. ...... At 7:00THe

he on Sundltjy 7 .....12 second quarter level and W.S Told V.A. Hospital site recently 11110
p.m.j billion above the gross national acquired by the School Board. I. ..... wttaacars
product for 11 I I i Persons Interested to these Bill Expand 4?Tall iiAl IX/PW: / SUfP,
j HAT BAR A TIIe..uma... will to 'course' should cad mal
TOP LOUNGE revised or
next month when eomprehentivt It J'lMM1. ROTC Program ........ss6llw. J.WDEiu f'inmOOlliilioJ/ / II / 11 II N

10 MI. SOUTH OF GAINUVILU ON 441 information becomes tvailibto -I -lid ..*-
Florida WASHINGTON (AP) HaOhig -h. Hit tf '1'0- I
Say It as a vital program President t They Celled Him "'.It U I'j
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ill Johnson has signed a bill I Ht W. A Winner .
'After Will Go GOP
the you'll KENTUCKY
game want expanding tilt Reserve Officer H. W.i A Lour .
Tratotof Corps, the White S'JLJtPRan' / !
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if Fried Chicken canvas tf voter tsntimtnt at The measure rills for expandktf J I

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f) AGAINST'' SOUTH CAROLINA SATURDAY






a+ Y p I Gators to Seek 4th Winii, { i




By JOE HALBERSTEIN In Danny Reeves, No. 4 passer II tosses, Including three touchdowns Both teams, will feature two. IDS linebackers; Allen Trammel I
Su sports Editor In the nation. They also pitches to date platooon football Saturday. The I ), 188; Dick Kirk 117; and \,
? Florida and South Carolina have a standout pass receiver The Gators also have a Gators have stayed with the Bruce Bennett 171, secondary. I ,

haven't played a football game in end J. R. Wilburn. I strong running attack, featuring system through the season to Against Nebraska, ranked No. \ '
against each other for 25 ,..n. Florida Is expected to counter a host of fleet and powerful date and It has been one of the a in the nation thla week South f \,
The Gators haven't scored on the Gamecock air barragewith backs. Although Gator captain reasons for Florida's ..aryluccell. \ : Carolina played without leadIng ,

or beaten the Gamecocks for one of their own, featuring Larry Dupree may alt out,, rusher Rosen and got only (\,
21 years. And the Orange and quarterbacks Tom Shan! Saturday's game due to leg South Carolina coach Marvin 1 three yards net in the g a m e !;
Blue hasn't won Its first four non and Steve Spurrier and Injuries and a virus the Ga Bass opened the season with 1 via running plays. Rosen has ,

ere. ,. t'u, games of a football season in lonesome end Charles Casey. tors are well-stocked in run I his personnel playing both run for (4 yards In 21 efforts
:. 'f&i 34 years. The UF flanker has hauled in 1 ners. ways. This week he switchedthe I this year to top the Gamecocks

___ All this is expected to change Gamecocks to two pla- Reeves passed for 240 yardsagainst
Saturday, starting at 2 p. m., loon; In an attempt to Improvehis the Cornhuskers. anew
- when the UF and South Carolina playing personnel. South Carolina record.

clash at Florida Field. A Depth Injuries Hit HardInjuries I South Carolina will\ be without -
sellout Homecoming crowd of tackles Steve Cox end Larry
4 { have hit both teams
48,500 Is expected to watch the hard-' Soath Carolina has lost Soles and guard Jim Johnson
contest standout Interior linemen
three linemen and the Gatorshaw
The Galore rate as a solid The Gators, No. I in the nation
had two hurt End Gary
two touchdown favorite over Morale In overall defense limited
Thomas broke his hand In a
the winless Atlantic Coast Conference Wednesday while Mississippi to Just M ground
iirr.F club. The Galore carry s tackle Whatley re yards last week In a brilliant

a 344 mark, including an knee. Thomas will iIIJur'l showing.
impressive win over Misslsippi ed a Although Florida and South
Jackson, moving -
,,.\ into the fray. South Carol On Test placed from by Randy side tackle toweak Carolina last played In 1030,
;.. na Is 0-M, losing to Marylandand side strong flanker. Center Jim the Gators do hold a S-M edgeIn
1.," .>',J Nebraska while tying Duke the previous 11 games. Florida
'"" win take Jackson's spot
Benson
and Georgia. won In till 104 1017 11-
:;. Aerial Battle at tackle. And John Preston,: 13; 1110. 134; 1K, M-7; and
... / ;' ': "' Saturday's football battle with South who filled In capably; for What
else
If nothing
84. The
e \> Experts feel the game will IMS losses came in
4 gr,1,. } Ih. >., ..) .. .>1', resolve Into an aerial battle Carolina will afford a good test of Gator depth and morale. ley In the Ole Miss game, will 1113 134; 10H, 74; and 1030,
($ Midweek developments resulting In the loss of three start at the other strong side
: t by South Carolina against Flor 1-0. Tie games were played In
\.ft ida's No. 1 defense (nationally members of the offensive unit should provide a pretty good tackle post. 1911, first year of the series,
oN"n pt Wy ) against passes. The Came- test South Carolina will start a M; 1011, '.7; and 1091 ....
cocks have a fine quarterback Ott Mooney former UF line coach now In the same role club which averages 117 up Following Saturday's game

; vv :: tit at Miami made an observation during last week's Gator front and MS In the backfield with the Gamecocks, the Ga
+ Mississippi contest that Is Interesting. Along with Wllburn, "2, 10$: hors go Into their "Suicide Six"
Mooney scouting the UF for the Hurricanes, said It this will be ,Wayne Tucker\ I 1, portion/ of the schedule. This
PKY 11' way: 203, at end. Tackles" will be brings Alabama, Auburn Geor
.' .... "That Ray Graves He's pretty elle,. All you've been Bob Collins, U, 84; and David gia. Florida Slate, Miami and
.." hearing Is how deep Ole Miss Is this year; their third and Berry 1-1.135, Randy Harbour. Louisiana Slate In the final
fourth stringers art as good as the first two teams. M. 111: and Wilbur Badge hslf-dosen games.fyleman.
..1, To Face -Wen Florida to raaatog Is third. ... tearth. stringers M, 84; will' be the guards I -,

MW against/ Oh Mb.... M say Florida Is ".1 as deep sad Bob Gunnels, "I. MS, will start .
better since. the Galen are winning" st center.
An unfair comparison In many ways, perhaps, but a key With Reeves in the backfield -
Big FoeEAU one for Saturday's game.Demanding. will be Marty Rosen 202;
and Larry Gill.\ 200, halfbacks;
Assignment and Phil Branson W, full-I HIATUS
!: GALUE oil
Playing a back.
team with an M record doelll'IIOUIId I Last-minute switches on offense, with Randy Jackson goIng Defensively the Gamecocks
from strong side tackle to weak side end; Jim Benson
like much of an assignment will use Bill Dickens,
from center to strong side tackle-they have more son of Indiana coach: Phil Dickens : ,

But when you take everythingInto connotations than would appear at first glance. No one la H 200; and Doug Benter
La" At
consideration l P. K U, IU, ends; Ed Hert-
Yon,.'. football squad faces wig, 1-4. 220; and Len Sears, $2.00

They Lead Gamecocks Against UFux danger lurking In the form of 11, US tackles; Dan Legal, Will pn
Eau Callie High here tonight ..., JIll; and John Ewing H, I

x No. 1, South Carolina coach Marvin Baaa; '2, linebacker Pete DiVenere; 3, First there's the fact that 104. guards; Pete DIVenere. I TUMS
Eau Gallic\ la M 110
a Class A school 1, 111; and Jon Under ;
guard Jim Johnson 4 center Mike Johnson 5 end J. R. Wilburn.
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; while P. X. Yonge In Class B or Mike Johnson W. DO linebackers

Then there' Eaa Genie's rugged : Sonny Dickinson and :
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HEADS FOR UF RECORDS opposition. Losses came at Bobby Bryant halfbacks; and
the hands of North Marlon, Ude Hugglns safety I d1'Safe.
which also defeated PKY; Co- Gator Starters .
con, Daytona Mainland and Satellite worried about John Felber replacing Larry Dupree at full- with
The Gaiters will open :
Beach. back. Jackson, 87; de. s Ie 251 eel iMI. i
Catches up
t Casey 'E' r Throw in the home field add Pepper Rodgers, UF offensive backfield coach. saM. this Benson. SIT
ends
SO ; ;
: offense ey
vantage and Us !all Gallle week "Fans don't rants bow much the flip flay anal Preaten. 87. tack-
homecoming-, and the whole demands of both toe Unemea and backs Blockingassign. atookmaa JU: and
'" thing likens different ments are completely different when the play moves from star tstry .
By MS NISSEN Graves said. penpeative. 81 guards and
"He has moves Larry Cagner ;
balanced line the
strong side right so left In a system I.
Assistant Sports Editor like Sill Carr 111, center..
don't often
you see, and
far"
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to team
easier by
patterns ,
are
When Charles Casey catches his hands Beak Oa DI. blocking Shannon likely will open at 95
are simply
great Badgers seal the. fn>flo* has allowed Florida to extract -
passes he makes it look easy When that ball gets to him I The Commodores bank on seen maativeraalUty for Hi efiesilve tokat. "We quarterback. Playing with the 69
He kind of reminds one of it's caught." quarterback Steve Sorenson and 171-pound senior will be Jack !
de with this effease. We else pat merepressure
eaa mere Wage
Colts' All Pro end Alan Poe
Baltimore lib and ,
Lei To Say halfback Richard Galloway for .. the d...... When they adjust to I certain sit- Harper :
Raymond Berry with his graceful their offensive be 113, halfbacks and John Fel- "
punch. They'll ;
Graves has more to say: ......, we CM check elf at the line"
moves, lightning speed and Joined by fullback J. B. Cow- her log fullback.
'If could be which the Galore
we sure our opponents A good example of the checkoff are name
II sticky fingers. art and halfback Richard Gillisple On defense, Florida will show
The ball seldom eludes Car would attempt to cover In the starting backfleld more this year (quarterbacks Incidentally are call.big Lynn Matthews, 107; and Barry I
4'> ey's grasps, u fans who caught Casey with Just we man he'd The line Is light but effective, most of the plays this year, too, occurred In the ,win Brown 84; ends; Sydney Ch.ca & K.rck..

\, the Florida" Ole Miss 'grid catch more than seven every especially on defense. Startingwill over Mississippi MacLean, 227; and Dennis Murphy
ON THE SQUARE
game. I seriously doubt If there That came when soph quarterback Steve Spurrier called
i bash will attest
last
Saturday be ends Bob Gray ((145)) SSI tackles; BID Rich-
fi .
Is sny one defensive back to I pass pattern In the huddle. Ole Miss ever balanced PRODUCTS
H.'pl..dlb. and George Wynn (140), tackles hour,. 111, middle guard, Roger QUALITY
> the country who can cover Casey its defense to protect. Spurrier changed plays, gave the ball
Gators'lonesome Bin Bradford (ZOO) and Pat Patter, 111; and Jack Card
to Don off-tackle smash. and It turned -
1 by himself InKtotlr Knapp on an
Penny (1st, guards Jim Hicks
end There's a game coming up (170) and CaltoB Marshall I Into,.,.-yard run that. set op the game-ichng touchdown'
like it shouldbe Nov. 21 to Tallahassee that. will (110) and center Rudy Hannah
played and match two of.the nation's finest (170)). It Could B0 StickySouth Great :new tastepipe :

a harrassed defenders receivers. P. K. Yonge win be relying Carolina Is Just big sough, tough enough and dangerous -.
l; during There's a Fred BOetalkoff, heavily en the strong runningof enough to five the Caters I bad afternoon. B Floe tobacco
k one of the long CHARLES CASEY, over there at a place called fullback Tom Hansen as It Ida starts slow, It could be a sticky/ one If the Caters get

;, est afternoons heads tor UP retards Florida State University. I lays a 2-1-1 record on the line. going as they have In the first three games of the Mason _
,rPY in Mississippi I *l should be Interesting. Oaa-Mea Gag the first time they've touched the hell It will be more com

Nissan. football history performance last weekend pushed Hansen was a one-man gang fortfmj to those UF fans whe. da ,more worrying then/ glory/ inafilter
Z v Casey caught seven pea, him to within striking distance Sikes LeadsAt I last week in a surprising 27.. mg. .
,t iicluduig two for toucbd owns I of every Florida pass receiving win ever Jacksonville Bolls u nerWs herbage el ...... where pasting same aneoaconed neenss.eswiaure
(one was the leaping kind), ash I. record an of which are Las VegasLAS he raced for in yards rushing. la a geed .... Remember the Rice game el !
: \ tut Galore dropped the Rebels .held by Fergte Ferguson and HUT Freak Ryu and Kiss M, two toe pro epartartexka cigarette
.J: their knees, 10,- 14 Bnughton Williams. VEGAS. Nev. (AP) Hell be Joined In the backfield of today, threw the had everywhere except to the. meet

(11. Credit to QBS Only A Jvator Young Dick likes was at the top by halfbacks Mares Tyre The Gators wee, ,... _
tor his I Casey who to only a Junior of the pack today to the fTMN and Steve Tattle aad quarterback It's true Miami's George kits heal the Gators two years 4
Casey gives"credit and has played only 11 varsity Sahara Invitational Golf Tournament TOlD Dobeon yes But the 'Canes got Iwo quickie touchdowns on early
t' success to quarterbacks Steve to Cater after I UF mistakes and / hart Matador's Yes) get ........ sroam aad a greet
:games Blue and setting a come Leading (he Una play win be they men then The gold.en
..<* Spurrier and Tom Shannon, Orange, already approaching !record at Jfce Paradise. Valley ends Danny Denounce and Covey arm. sw insist Tie semtT It's packed wMkAmerica's
'.j. who take tuna guiding the Car Ferguson's career marks. Country Club.He Johnston, tackles Whit The Caters managed to handle Georgia's Frsa Tarkesv best-toHtag atos ......-

tor offense. He has 8 receptions for 160 shot a ntoenmder-par. 03.Thursday Springfield\ and Kenny O'Staen, Ion to good order too. And FlU's Steve Tens hasn't sasMos Hagar. lieu aSke sew Hah
'They make it easy for ma," I yards ""our touchdowns-all '. two strokes under the guard lint Twedell. and V. collared the UF to data. either aad HasT CtoareMeal

I be said. "They throw the ban of which an more than half of [record set lid year by Bob G. Hodsdon and center Win It's mostly like bridge. Wheat yen pass, your weak hand ...*b Ihah4uksez shrt ga7h
right to me-.I "don't even haveto Ferguson's career records.: Harrises to the sprang retrnd.Arkansas. Walkup.on generally gives Itself swsy.glmUng .
work for It.
I Ferguson's career marks

ense. yards stand gained at 41 and receptions.seven touchBe 0(0-I Texas in One 1 i" h

t,State the moat rugged foe he'sfaced .... Big .
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Into season. "They were aba set the
single season
real"tough after you caught .the touchdown: record of five while ByB01BOOtyO>> I conference action this week to find the end eons with

in, bellkLPIli Defense was supposed Williams has the season reception I Aseeesatosl .... sports Wrltor end. Onto Slate's No. S Bock- its new flanker offense goes iti:::;

to be the Rebels biggest weakens .of .record.. of 8 and yardage Arkansas has readied a ... eyes play host to Southern California against a Kentucky team out to :
but they.don't usually tile Marshall Plan for Texas to the nationally televised prove st can bounce beck from
\ tote the i Casey .has taken aim at the and Phil Harris a leader of the headUner. And UCLA still reel- the Tallahassee murder. The
have very with many Florida.going season marts to his. first three I nation's top-reeked footbaflband. .toe from the thumping administered Wildcats are 14 to the circuit
: I 1m.' Casey limes this year by aaaggmg W by Syracuse, tackles along with Florida compared to
relied toe much
greed They passes for 80 yards and three fourth-ranked Notre Dame. Bama's StFinrids
Southwest Conference
rushing getting ,to supremacy
m pass touchdowns. He has seven and the Langhcrae* IS- Florida State 10th to the latest .has a onconference IiIDJ ;
|be games remaining, and .he's al i, .... /
quarterback game wtantog streak are among poD and of the tin date with South Carolina.
ready past the .halfway m ark ,the stakes to the eaUston otunbeaten glad major college defense Fifth-ranked Michigan draws
1 There's a fellow wba plays for receptions. touchdowns: at Austin, Tex., Saturday against scoring IJ points per the Big Ten's best defensive
L quarterback' and plays it lib and Is Just under has. of the alght game meets Georgia of the chin, Purdue, to one of several
,nobody else In the Atlantic yardage total I 0 the eighiB-ratod Raorbacks' !Seotheastera Conference. The major battles. Defending champ I
Coast Conference for huh ... .
VsaaBy hopes for a major upset Seminoles shamed Kentucky 40Oa Illinois fl&btJnllor survival to
(.4 Carolina who to so stranger to Came films show that wbeaa are to be named, qnarterback week ago. : the race, takes on Minnesota
,1 Casey. They'll\ meet agate Saturday pass to aimed at Casey .'. Freddie Marshall b the key. Ohio State. b eager to avengea and surprising lows invades

st 2 pjn. at Florida a safe bet tt will ntt Its ...tlII I Tall wtogback Harris makes 8-1 loss to USC: a year .. .......
Field. least N .per cant of the tfcm the Lsafkan iwlaJdl bleW the Bocks (- .1 These ether games Involve
paver sweeps go
Casey played for Browaj High He's grabbed U till .till snfeseaan ranks .
I passes .ft* Mi stocks* W aba to a they eaafeeaa: 1NdI:
School to. Atlanta at die same intended tor him this seas a i hal cantor rill a ttyardaverage ..." agato and) speftod tilt Atlanta Coast North Car
time Dan Reeves war tosstog .And el the ether tee. one was the ham's badtogreceiver went besxtof to the 14 yean ef lit State at Duke.
the ball around ta A m e r bass ....... and lilt ether broken and) .the deep saaa en Woody Hayes direction. Often West Virginia atVTrgtoto. HICKORYAJOIUCA'S

TCa.\ n, was pointed out that >p by a defeaatve .... kicks.Ceadtos. Ia the) SEC.: fcirtransW Ala-I Ted; Citadel at Wit-
|Beeves was the Most Vsbabb Whoa k comes to admirers. ef Bond Royal ef the hena bseee alwye.toughaan.ee /Hem Mary.

Player to the Georgia High kit. aewly4sfmd. sfleaehe sew Steers art Frank Breytos el theFertaea without star pre Bbj Eight. Kansas State at
Vfchool AMtor ..... Casey, en. Gator Cast Ray Craves bat lrgtra tio.drt. barn eat Joe Nee o. what received sfatlraaasd ....... OktobMatKaaeae. > MOST MAGNIFICENT BOURBON

[who to a'year yessiger; watched the top el lie hat -w ...... .delt as tar twwtod knee agatoat North gases N man a el_raw..ten -1., .... j,
ft It aS from the atan t. i "Casey b caw rasas we went (heodtorlaea.AmaJ .' CaraaaM ...... last Ssni> ntWra- "!< 'ir;

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Series FIRST SERIES WIN SINCE 1946

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Timely ,Help Box Score Celebration. Big One in St. LouisST.


ST. LOUIS; Mo. (AP) Tilt .

box score of the seventh "game. I r I ST. .LOUIS (AP)) The St sight of my ball players enjoy'I for us," said Keane, the 53-year-I World Series strikeout neon. !

Cards Win SeriesBy of the.1964.World Series: ,Louis Cardinal celebrated their Ing all this." ,old Cardinal skipper whose,but rd rather have the money" ,

: New York (A) AB R 11010 A first World Series championshipIn Yankee Manager Yogi Berra greying hair streamed with i Perspiration pound from bit 'I,

IJnzal 512120 II years with champagne and praised Cardinal right-hander champagne. face' as it did most of the Cardi- \\,
,. B.Rlch'son 2b 5 1 2 0 1 3 sweat Thursday and the New Bob Gibson, whose nine strikeouts nala' in their steamy dressing
Marls cf 411010 York Yankees met the press gave bun 31 for a Series "He got us a real good start room after the 7-4 victory. ,
JOE REICHLER 'explained. "If rd seen him, I In the seven games, the Yankees Mantle rf 411320 like winners. record. and that's why I left him In- "I thought my stuff was futer
.. '. Associate. Prtss Spins Writer would have moved in 10 feet in outbomered the Cardinals, Howard c 4 0 1 0 I 1 when I saw bow strong be wasgoing at the end than it was at the
ST. LOUIS (AP) The New front of the bag and McCarver 10 to five but also outerrored Pepitone Ib 4 0 0 0 1 ..2Treahlf "What'are my plans for the : Gibson surprised us with his and how courageously he start" Gibson said "Tbe pitches -
York Yankees hit most of the would have been out by 10 feet," them, nine to three. In addition, 201020 future" mused Cardinal Manager stamina," Yogi said. "He bad was throwing" the Yanks bit for homers In
home runs. The St. Louis Cardinals Oddly enough, as Manager they had several other mental C.Boyer 3b 4 1 1 1 1 5 Johnny Keane, whose job that good fast ball." the ninth Inning were good fast
got most of the timely hits Keane disclosed later a double lapses such ss Mantle being Stott'myre p 100011sHegan had been reported in jeopardy ;"They're: : a fine ball club,'" Gibson, who was named theSeries' balls.
The Yankees mad mistakes steal had not been Intended. caught off base, Mickey also 0 0 0 0 0 0 toward the end of the Cards' added Mickey Mantle, whose most outstanding player
TIle Cardinals took advantage of. "It started out as a hit-and- thrown out trying to stretch abase Downing P 0 0 0 0 0 0 surprising season. "Right now, three-run homer in the sixth cut because of his 2-1 record, said: The Cards I bad a 7-3 lead without I
= the breaks. run and ended In' a. double bit, and Ford cut down by Sheldon p 000000bLoDeI I just want to keep my future the Cards' lead to 6-3. I "It's nice to know last a oat in the Dlnth.I .

Th American League champions teal," said Keane.Keane. yards at the rJ l***. 100000 limited this afternoon to the Gibson pitched his heart out .
-=: tort their pitching ace Hamilton p 0 0 0, It 0 0 ]
:: Whitey Ford, after the first MikkelsenpcBlanchard 0(0.( 0101 I =CH IN.LINK =

game, with an arm Injury that 1 0 0 0 1 0 Series'
.:: was kept secret until the final I Totals ........ 35 I I $2413 Top Hero, I! 'I
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game. OverjoyedIn St. Louis (N) AB R H BI 0 A ,
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brilliantly J In an Iroo-man role. Brock If 412100WhItelb Hurler Bob Gibson FENCE:
= This, In I nutshell, U why the 412010 .
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Cardinals the champions of ,
:::: are OoyerSb 4 3 3 1 1 2 !' Protest' Aadieeutlfy
Triumphby
Big
i- baseball today after having won Groat. 300111McCarver By MID UCH's, Cardinals In the Series and was _
= the seventh and final game of
.c 211190 Associated Press Sporte WriterST. named Its outstanding player fcj Year HMM
the World Series from the YIIIokees7 I JACK HAND and ills Cardinals were struggling .:Shannon 411031 LOUIS (AP) Right the Series.,, which won. Mm a
= "Thursday.\ iMclated Press Spsrte Writer] along b) fourth place, 11 MazviU2b 301153 bander Bob Gibson Is a formerpro 1169 ante. *.)

! = 'Wilt Every Time ST. LOUIS (AP) '- Johnny full games behind the Phillies Gibson- p 400001 basketball Harlem' Globetrotter .But afterward, Gibson was. Us.
I ._ This Is why the Cardinals eane's cup bubbled over with who were ready to print World Totals .'.'. 33 716 $27 aaWalked who's still a'cut-up usual self. NOW'i
= maintained their I unblemished beer. After 85 years in the St..I.Series tickets.It for Stottlemyre inMb. e's seldom serious always "It's nice to know I 'set aWorld

record of never having lost I Louis Cardinal organization, was not until the final day b-Struck out for Sheldon in ready with a quip. Series strikeout record"
= full-length World Series. It was most 'of them' In the minor'of the season that his Cardinals 7th. c-Struck out for Mikkelsen' "I hope you have a bad day," he told reporters, ,".) I'd rain- 1
= their fifth such series victory, leagues, be was on top of the climaxed their charge by winning In 8th. he grinned at Yankee starter er have the money" i
... their seventh In 10 post-season heap manager of the world the National League pennant I'Mel Stottlemyre, when photographers He bad ,a bottle of champagne .
= classics and their third m five hampions At once, they were established New York (A) ? OM 003 ttt-S asked them to pose la his band and grinned .' Mil hfoniMfie* ianasiteaSee J
I head-to-head meetings with the As recently as Aug. 23, Keane, underdogs to the mighty St. Louis (N) ......tit 130 ltl-7 before Thursday's World Series between gulp: Our Quality Cat Our Prlc r.
= 'Yankees. New York Yankees. He "threw bit heart out for ofero You Decide' )Immedtoto Installation ,
Cardinals ,E-Groat, Unz, C. Boyer. DP- game. NO DOWN PAYMINT U, T* 34 Months To f.y t
victorious Manager Keane
u' Johnny
And how the "I
= .waited 35 years for this, But when the teams took the
I and the nearnapacity 'Terriers Eye Keane said quietly In the midstof Groat, Maxvlll and White; field, it different Gibson said. > '''I
= crowd of 30,141 at Busch Stadi- unrestrained joy in the Cardinal Shannon and Groat. LOB-New a serious was a Intense tall man With a.73 lead in the Sloth I PHONE 372-5333 tSAUNDERS \

t urn, whooped it up after Gibson Fifth Win In clubhouse after their'' 7.. 8, York (A) I, St. Louis (N) I. with a job to do. Clete Boyer and Phil Uns hit
= had ended the game by disposing seventh-game victory.' Champagne solo homers to dose the gap OIL: CO. 1 L
2B-White K. HR- The right-hander ,
flrebaOlng
Richardson Boyer. but Gibson Richardson
I = of Bobby on a dripped from Us greying. got Bobby
son popup to second basemanDal FrayatOcalaOCALALlncoln head and streaked hit haggard, Brock, ManUe; K. Boyer, C. kept the New Yorkers swinging on a popup to end the 114 N.W. 4th St.
I LInz. SB-Shannon Mc wildly for five innings while his akd the SerIeI.
= Maxvlll. deeply' lined face. "That's .along Boyer, game
-:: Trumpets Wared, horns tooted High School 1 wait but it's worth It." Carver. S-MaxvIl! SF-McCar- teammates built up a 6-0 lead. "

partisan\St? Louis rooters will seek Hs fifth straight football This was the end of a thrilling ver. And Gibson, who in went 5-2 10 Cardinal tough! J .
Innings Monday a -
shouted themselves boars and victory Saturday nigbtwhen I In 6.
suspense story mid-August
= hundreds poured out on the fields It opposes the Wild Bulls Gussie Busch fired bit general IP H R ER victory at New York; held CHRYSLER'S.
:. till deliriously happy white of Howard High at Webb Field manager Bin, Devine, because Stott'myre (L) .. 4 5 3 3 on for the 7-5 edge Thursday '
........ that made the Redbirds world, 1965 SI MCA
uniformed players jumped all Coach Jessie Heard' Terriers he was not satisfied. with the xDownlng 0 333
= .over each other. Ire 4.0 to date with fine vie- Mil dub. It went without saying Sheldon _........2 000 champions, "I '
= I The players embraced' Gibson tones over Northwester of Jacksonville that Keane, a Devlne man, lamilton"..,. 113 2 1 1 Gibson set the World Series I.
who had literally pitched Grooms: High of Sanford would .be lucky to finish the Mikkelsen "'_H 24 0 0 0 strikeout record by fanning nine
= Us arm oft with only two days Glbbs of St Petersburgand season. Gibson (W) .." t OSS Yankees for a total of 31 In the
rest." They hugged Manager Central Academy of Palau When x-Faced three men In 5th, Series, breaking the mark of 28 )
the Cards
= Johnny Kane, who finally had b.i spurted, reports set by W. H. Dinneen In 1903. He ,,4
that Leo Durocher
would I
2 McCarver
BB-Stottlemyre ,
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I world championship after V Howard has bowed to Crooms I won the last two games for the It
= manage the club next began .
year Groat), Gibson 3 (Tresh 1 He- ,
,of managing. .They this se s s o n and the Terriers to spread No new contract "
= hugged Ken Boyer, whose big will be favored. But the Wild I was offered Keane until the gan). SO-Stottlemyre 2 (K. Boyer VOTE I

bat had been Instrumental aD'Bulls have always been a rug- final week of the season. When Shannon), Sheldon 2 (Shan- $1595 L.I
= three run-icoring Innings. They'god foe for the Gainesvilleeven. the offer came, John calmly non, Maxvlll), Hamilton 2 HAYDONBURNS
utility in. White 'In't w>i l "'"
= hugfled Maxvlll the said, "Let's wait until after the (Brock. ), Gibson t (B- f'
fielder who had done such a tint Veteran tackle EmanuelWeekly I Huon" When. he won the Richardson, Mantle Stottle OVER 33 MILES UK'GALLON S-YEAR ; 50.000: MILE WARRANTY :
;: Job tilling In for the ailing Julio. will miss Saturday I World Series his future still was myre, Howard 2, C. Boyer, Lopez
an. Javier. IIIlht' game clue to a knee unsettled ,,Trash, Blanchard J

-.: ,._ ... ,Tip Hitter Injury The,Terriers Coach Heard like will said. with I On July 6, 1961, Keane took U-Secory (N) plate, McKInley
: They hugged catcher TImmy go over from Sally Hernias as manager (A) first base Burkhart (N) Hawes-Powers
; Clarence Mills and Clay too Motor Co.
! McCarver the Cards' most con. of a sixth-plsce club second: base. Soar (A) third' ALL-FLORIDA t'
Toombs, ends; Stacy Bell and
slstent and outstanding hitter lathe The Cards finished fifth In base, V. Smith (N) left field A GOVERNOR
series, They hugged Butch Leroy Phillips, tackles: Louis 1M1. sixth in 1112 and second: Smith (A) right field T240. A., '". "w. ij.
Yalkeman the little clubhouseman Carter and Harold Davis, Jut' year after making a big 30,Jtt. I Simca Plymouth Chrysler Imperiol and Valiant .
guards; Charles Flounoy. cen-I '
September run. Now he finally
r been with
,' who; has 1
,ter; Norman Anderson, quarter. has }
all the
gone way. SALES and SERVICE
the club ,longer than anybody Owners
tack; Ralph Brocklngton and "Those Building
boys out there did It.
else. They bugged each other. enmth Galloway halfbacks 0.... TM)
; Keane Many ImhwuM
It was till biggest day the city and Maurice Alexander, fall land In told his newsmen as he re- viva aw man m .... MK lei ...-- N"wa.t.Maas Wa Will Not I. Undersold or Out-Traded
office
enjoyed lIne tiny and vs .w lIP Pon ... .ui awl
01St. Lards has
and back. tugged on one of those small I =-...= =:. ::0--::= =
they last won I pennant a I '
Howard is expected to put a cigars. Cell unrrr .... ,1ft awue. _. OPEN EVENINGS
World Series In 1146.
t. 'revamped lineup 011 the field "They're the greatest bunch Kirkpatrick fir Edmonson
All sU previous games wen
Thursday's' ftnale. against the Terriers In an attempt 1'" ever managed. They're a In.uronc.'I"c. 204 Main FR 22561UorF
wrapped up in N. Street Phone
to snap Gainesville's win treat to watch I'd pay to see ,i'I '
As before, till Yankees hinor treak. Howard hasn't won from them any day." It N. MAIN IT. PH. .U..... I I '
homers, made more errors
Lincoln In the past three years 1\
, while" the Cards got the
timely bits\ and took advantage
of the enemy's lapses UF-FSU Set
= TIle Yankees slammed three
Fro b Clash
home 1'1IIII. by, ,Mickey Mantle. $ ,
Z Gets Boyer and..Phil Uu. But J'AV Night Game '
= they committed two errors and 1"t

wart guilty of other loose.plaj Florida's. freshman II I,
= which does not show hi' .the.box football game of tilt tttttn,

.: acore" ...."""t-..... against rival Florida State UnI \. =
I. ... Benert I erstty, will be a night ctnest -
': The Cardinals, on the other on Saturday Oct. K '
hand hit two home runs by I UP athletic direct Ray, FIGHTING GATORS N

Lou Brock and Kan Boyer- but Craves announced today that
erred only one and played the contest with tilt temmota,'
daringly aggrtsarwly and originally set for I pin that' VS. _
smartly. They ouUhtt the Vankees day has been moved back to
by" only 1b nine but enable more local and area
turned lIVen of their bits Into lana' to see the Baby Gators in
CAROLINA
SO.
runs. action. -
f.OB the other band the Van- Florida plays Alabama on the ,
keel tailed to tears In the tInt afternoon of Oct. 14, and the
live saalagt. tttboogb they had switch to a night contest will BIG HOMECOMING TILT

.. five battmntrt against Gibsoa enable UP fans who stay bound .I
At* IttM It take tdvan- to hear the varsity fray

tag at, an error by shortstop In the afternoon and at* the
? Dick Groat that tilled the bases trash lame at night.
In the second The Baby Gator will play 1.2:00 P.M. dY.Lw.. .ter
1 Mel Stottlemyre, the young (lour games this season. Other _
rookie right-hander, also workIng contests are at Miami, Oct. 31,I:
with Just two days rest, kept In the Kiwanls charity\ fray; at
.: pace with Olbeon for three Jnnings. Georgia on Now I; and with
In Ib* fourth, however, Auburn here, Nov. 11
.: he WM Defrayed by a ttamtMte AT FLORIDA FIELD
and tbe Cardinals quickly took
advantage. to pile up a M lead. Keystone Faces

,. There were runners on tint Callahan Tonite
and second with..nobody out ,

_- when double-play McCarver grounder-. a potential Joe laiei 127KEYSTONE TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE TO THESE GAMES:

:" Pepltone. The first baseman's
throw Line forced Groat but HEIGHTS: r
*.. the shortstop's to relay tatted past Coach Heights Lot gridders Rhodon's face Keystone Call.*: GEORGIA (JACKSONVILLE. ) NOV. 7

= Pepltone and Boyer scored on baa bar tonight. to aa effort
the
error.
Mike Shannon followed with a to tree a lour fame being
M 31 Nov. 28Cst
streak AUBURN Oct. MIAMI
single and there were runners Tie Indiana dropped decision a e e e e
a
Z. on first and third with one out.,
to Daytona Father Lopes
.: Key Play hut Saturday tight for their
Then came the play that .
burtfc consecutive defeat
1 proved to be the turning point el
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. nt U. S. BUILDS OLYMPIC PRESTIGE ; Miami Faces Bronson Topples FSU Eleven r :r-.




|I Cawley, Stouder TriumphTOKYO On Strong SaturdayMIAMI Pitt Cedar Key, 2612CEDAR For Said Georgia Ready H 1



(AP) -'Rex Cawley, The 24-year-old Cawley, who Calif. Walt Richardson of Hlns- succeeded another- Tennessee (AP-The returns to Eagles spilled KEY unbeaten- Bronson's Cedar was saw action re-Injured.for Just one play and TALLAHASSEE: (AP)) "iT

10 excited he forgot the pata In had been troubled by a leg ail- dale HI., and Steve Clark of Los State product, the great WUma action of three injured backsraises Key 26-12 Thursday night to Georgia wins, It will have .to be
I his leg, and Sharon Stouder a ment through the first two Altos Calif. Rudolph, as queen of the Olympic the hopes of the Miami throw the Riverland Conference Smith scored both Cedar Key because Its better than we are"
I IS-year-old California schoolgirl, rounds and couldn't find his Miss Tyus who matched the sprinters. Hurricanes for their first football -)six: man football race wide touchdowns on runs of 40 and [said Coach Bill Peterson of bit
led the United States' forces footing on the first seven hurdles world record of 11.2 seconds In Miss McGuire was second In[ victory of the season open. 60 yards. Horace Moody notched nationally-ranked Florida States

through another record-smash, straightened out on the the qualifying rounds of the 118, and it was almost a U. S. against Pittsburgh Saturday The losing Sharks, Eagles and three scores for Bronson, runof University football team.
ing day In the Tokyo Games wsy home and won the 400meter women's l -meter dash Thursday sweep. Poland's Wea Kol-|night in the Orange BowL Hawthorne all knotted for 50, 20 and five yards. Dale
while the Yankee hoard But one of the returnees full- are Davis scored the other from the "The team has a great attitude -
Friday hurdles in 496 seconds, the took the final by about two doukowska was third and Marl-] the lead with 3 1 marks. "
of Olympic gold grew and grew. sixth straight time a Yankee yards over her track teammateat lyn White of Los Angeles fourth, back Pete Banaszak must win The game was a typical, one.The "We this year letdown, he continued.,
Wyomla Tyus, a world record- runner had taken that particular Tennessee State Edith Mc- both in 110. his Job back from an unsung slam bang affair between the! Eagles also got two won't Saturday.

holder who wasn't supposed to Olympic title. : Gulre, who bad been favored. The medals In the hurdles and sophomore who moved into the rival cities. Bronson's Bill,points on a safety after being Peterson! was sure.10th ranked
win, and the U.S. men's 400-,i Miss Stouder a S-foot-8 blonde' Surprise Help women's 100 were the only ones gap to star In last week's 9-7 Schossler and Cedar Key's I held for downs at the one by the FSU would play as hard,as pos-
meter medley relay team also]schoolgirl In Clendora Calif., Those four victories, along for the United States on the loss to California. Johnny Stevens were ejected I Sharks. Cedar Key tried to punt sible against Georgia in Athens..
cored victories on this sixth High School, broke the world with some surprise help from a program of five track and field Fred Cassidy, a third string for fighting early to the game. out but the slippery bill was He all but promised an exciting
day of the 1Mb Olympiad and,record with a time of 104.7: In couple of American marksmen, finals but Army officers Lones er exploded for 127 yards The Sharks also lost M y 11 a centered too high. game. 9
pushed the leading Americangold winning the women's 100-meter increased the total U.S. medal Wlgger and Tommy Pool gave a against California and scored Smith and Ronnie Alford due to Score by quarters I
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medal total to If. butterfly. Kathy Ells of Indianapolis collection to 42,19 gold, 11 silver!lift in shooting. Miami's first touchdown of the Injuries and had ace back Branson_...._._12 6 0 6-26 Psychologically, heI"do'
was third behind Ada and 12 bronze. Second Place year on a 25-yard sweep off the George Hatncox hurt before. He Cedar Key_._._ 0660-12 Georgia Is In the same position
Kok of England.It Russia which hasn't shown Wlgger, a first lieutenant option, enough to move him -I for the FSU game u FSU was
RebelsTo was the second gold medal the strength expected has 28S from Carter Mont., took second ahead of Banastak u the No. 1 facing the fifth-ranked Kefe
for Miss Stouder and her third gold, 7 silver, 11 bronze. The in the small-bore rule prone fullback. tucky. Kentucky had Just toppled .
of the Games. She also has I Russians picked up only four to- position and Pool, a captain Also back after missing most Fifteen Teams two Southeastern Conference .

silver. day. The United States added from Groom Tex., was third of the lei lIOn'. action is Russell leaders and was riding .
Seek The men's 400-meter medley eight. behind Hungary's Laszlo Ham- Smith, who was considered the high. Then came the fall. FSU

relay team smashed another Both however had a scare In merl. Wlgger scored 597 of a Hurricane best running prospect won 46.4.
world mark, the ninth swimming basketball The Russians won possible 600 and Pool 5M. In 10 years until be was Including UF Saturday Georgia' Is facing
mark that has been set, their fifth straight 7246 over] Other track winners included ,hobbled by leg ailments. superior team that just toppled

4th WinGREEN and JII'Ovideeilhe United State Japan while the U.S., unbeatenIn world record-bolder Peter SneO Halfback Jack Suns, whose Kentucky. "That puts Georgia In
nth gold medal to swimming basketball since the sport was of New Zealand In the 100 meters back was hurt on the third playof In Starke a good spot," Peterson' llJ f."
with a victory In I:au before a added to the Games in UM, Just defending champion Jozef the Georgia Tech game, and Golf "This will be a key week for us

COVE SPRINGS Jam-packed house In the National got by Yugoslavia (...1. Schmidt of Poland in the triple who saw only limited late action for that reason." -

1 1 SanS ?. comes her tonight In, Gymnasium.The Miss Tyus a slim 19-year-old Jump and Mihalla Penes of against California goes STARKE Fifteen teams Peterson said Georgia's hard-
be Lake
f team was made up of co-ed, took the lead 10 meters Romania In the women's Javelin. back Into a City team composedof .
I quest of Its fourth victory of the lineup to put the Including a strong University of running defensive backfield
I Thompson Mann of Chesapeake, out and raced from the I pro Chuck Rae and amateurs
away The United
States
Miami backfield
the season against I battered was In Its best Florida foursome wW tee off Jack would make It a lot tougher -
I Va., Bin Craig of Glendale others with stride as sheI blanked Roundtree Ted Hansen
every in all three.
of the
Green Cove Springs eleven. .. _shape season. here today In a pro-am preceding and Jim Nelson. for FSU to pass.
Green Cove has dropped four --- the Starke Invitational golf And passing Is FSU's big gun.
straight games, while the Rebels REMAIN tournament Bishop Terwillegar. Watts, The combination of quarterbackSteve
have captured three of their UNBEATEN WITH WIN Murphy and Round trtt are
i University Country Cl I u b pro hopefuls in the Invitational Tensl, national back of the
first four. Conrad Rehllng will head the week and halfback Fred Bilet-
Santa F.', rejuvenated offense team that Includes Gator llnk- which will have a field of 96 nikoff, one of the best players

I t' win be led by quarter- sters Laurie Hammer Bob players. I In the nation, has been touted
back Danny Adams, halfbacks -Bears Stop Chiefland 19-0 Murphy and Lloyd Watts Jr. Missing from the field will be across the land as a well-oiled

Doyle SIbs and Russell I Murphy and Watts, who Is a last year's champ Gene Con- machine.
I Taylor and fullback Mac Craw past winner here, also will compete non of Jacksonville, who will Blletnikoff has a record of
ford. By LARRY WOODS to the invitational, while be at a convention In Chicago scoring a touchdown oa every
Cross City held on its own from seven yards out to climax
Crawford, a 176-pound sophomore SaFoetbaD Assistant STATISTICS I Hammer win return to Galnes- Merchandise Prizes fourth pass he catches.
emerged aa a bright CROSS CITY FullbackA two took possession and after the long drive that started after vale after the pro-am to concentrate Asked If anyone bad mentioned --
Croucily MOM two
star last week In the Rebels '' *dy Corbln again was Mr. 'Irtf _ft. ,. S plays up the middle Bear Kincald recovered the fumble. on studies. Merchandise will be given asprizes FSU for a possible bowl
win over Jasper. for the /nm NMIIM 11 e quarterback Louis Overstntt The try for the extra Another instead of trophies, host I game bid, Peterson shut his
Big Bean here Thursday from ,iMlno I e sent Corbin point top contender In the i
off left tackle for Wood informed.
The Santa Fe Prom ,. pro and said "Whenever
forward //11.
rugged night M be scored two SViroo 5 failed. pn-am will be the hometown eyes : tome
wall, that has allowed, .... Mint niihlnf Hi touchdowns one on a M yard v. toft"* HUln. n ep. aggregation of pro Homer Wood
only three touchdowns, will be Jaunt, to lead Cross City over POHOO 4.1 I.. run of the lame.CbJefIand' j Corbin (Cross City) punched and amateurs Harold B II h o p I boles, 16 on Saturday and .1 shut my eyes and think about
OIMO MorcoolM the
by 1 1 Bears
composed of ends Charles Davis neighboring Chlefland, 194. Pun," tat HU Ted Key almost second touchdown m. Clydt Terwinegar and Sunday. Saturday's r o u n d Georgia."_ -
and Louis Feagte. tackles The 111-pound Corbln put the Yor Pumbttt. toil loit_.11I.. t 5 nailed Corbln at the mld-field over at the start of the final James Kbrby.UF serve as qualifying, and players ;
41 sex
Trigger lodge and Charles Kersey game on lea for Cross City late ..... by ojiortonirou marker but a crushing block by period after Overstreet had will be put Into flights of
guards Jim Forrester and] In the final period when I Chief- DltfloiK.. Cur S e S 1 I 41.)--lf. Bobby Kincald leveled Key and thrown a 21-yard pass to Kbcald. Freshman eight for Sunday's play.
Frank Taylor and center Jim- ]land drive ran GUt of gas on Seorlni wmm.rylTwcS'd.wnS, 'Corbln waltzed down the sideline Kincald reached the Chief Bishop la a UF freshman golfer -, Wood reports the par 3S-36-
unmolested. Overstreet land three-yard line before being who b current Starke club 72 has had little
my Cola. the two-vard UM and two olavs 'Cra,. City runl 1 yoti Cult course very
Santa Fe Coach Charlie Roberta later be-galloped the length of (nm to of Ouiloy.N. 1.) PAT, MH Sawn Ovorttroot 'threw to Robert Ousley for the' hauled down. One play later champion.Also rain lately and is In excellent
doesn't tab the Green the field for the final score of extra nolnt and the Bears had CorbIn went to for the score bidding for honors will condition.

I Cove team lightly, despite the the evening. I won their fourth game of the -

I dismal record. I' Chlefland was threatening to' back Wendell Corbln, maneuvered season.Last win OVER HAPLESS GREENVILLE car Insurance blty-?
j night's gives Cross
"They've been Improving get back Into the game trailing the ball down Inside famous low rates
each fame," Roberts said. IM going Into the final period. the Cross City 10-yard stripe before City a chance for the Southern i ,

I f "And this Is their homecoming. The Indians, behind quarterback running Into I stubborn Conference Division crown m the The Suwannee Bears Lake Butler Rolls 47-0 sndtopisrvice.Contact .

."- .- Dennis Zelamlk and half--Bear line.- I,'along with race.Williston. art the I -- ma todiy!

'only undefeated t tam. In the 117 N.r: ,
Southern By JIM KELLY a*, faded back to could not flickered. Bert .
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RED DEVILS VICTORS 2M( loop. pass a 135-
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The first half of T h u sday Son Football Assistant find any receivers open, tucked .pound halfback took a handoff
night's game ended In a scoreless LAKE BUTLER Four: the football under his arm, and 'at the Pirate 25, broke Into the I' Phone
duel Chiefland's Wendell touchdowns by halfback Bob scooted 30 yards Into the end ,clear and sailed 75 yards for
Williston Rips TrentonBy Corbin fumbled the ball at mid- Lyons and the quarterbacking of zone. Thomas' kick was wide. aa apparent touchdown, but a FRollk'ln', ,
field early In the third quarter Jimmy Thomas led the unbeaten ,The TD came moments after clipping penalty brought the
to set up Cross City's first Union High Tigers of Lake the Tigers had taken possession ball back to the Pirate 47. 2-0444
DAVE BERKOWITZ 4-0 Head drove in for the extra'score. I Butler to a smashing 474 win on the GreenvTut 42. .
Sua Football Assistant I I.TIITICI point. j Kincald pounced on Corbin's I over winless Greenville i here Taking advantage of a 16-I With 0:07: remaining,. Jarvls Ralph Turlington
TRENTON Williston WHIM Tronto* The ball changed hands several fumble, the Bear's Randy Cor Thursday night. II yard punt Union High marched hurled a pass to the Lake Butler .:
Red Devils not I Pint, i_n. 11 times in 165 M to four end zone, but J. Thomas intercepted p ealelaSTAn
High's believing from ruihlnf II I the first and second bin went to work picking up Lyons, pound senior I :yards plays for Its .
a word about the neutralizing from oonlnooonoitln t etrm quarters and on a Trenton valuable yardage on short scored on a 45-yard return of a third six-pointer. Lyons ran for and followed his', FARM -- -
effects of rain handed Trentona VorrflVon ..1.... ruth f1 1 51. punt Williston took the ball at(spurts up the middle and off pass Interception, a 25 yard 21 Tommy Thomas (Jimmy' blocking 100 yards down the ---....-.=r- (!!It.
204 defeat before a rain- ...*..Ilrw4 pm.. )0 64, 41 ISP. midfield. Red Devil runners tackle and as the Bears approached pass catch and runs of 22 and'I brother) followed with a >>yard sidelines for the final score. I-- ... ....
soaked crowd Thursday night "..... .Intmc1" I.a by t ripped off big chunks of yardage the goal line Chlefland eight yards. burst for a first down at the "
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The Tigers looking for their "'flinrt....b''.. Sass I : Sears down to the Trenton 14. assisted them with two off-side Thomas kept the Pirate defense PIrate 10. Two plays later, .
second upset to two weeks, y... .W -s..Saf.I,. 11 II Doug Mitchell then raced penalties that moved the ban guessing the entire game Lyona skirted left end for tight Attention Livestock Producer$! .

found only a host of Wullston WIlli..... .".... 1 s-es through the middle of the Tiger ,even closer to the magic marker. mixing his plays superbly. TIle yards and his second TD. Jim- t tIf
defenders at every turn TIWSsSI T.111nMN1151a1t1Wllll.hnle 555.-I line to pay dirt. Head. again US-pound senior signal\ caller my Thomas added the potat after
Wllllston's Doug Mitchell l carried for the extra point and scored one TD on a 39 yard touchd wa. ,M hit. hose w MMlt I*
proved the biggest headache for :: =..'=,." =1= p415055.5,55 Winiaton had a 144 lead which Kara Scene run another on a lOOyard runback -|I With 39 seconds left In the MIl e.W tr to HM MM plMMMtOCf
eleven. Mitchell slid,. Dout MIhhW II' 0'sun). 141,4run held Halfback Jerry Karr went hi of half. the Tigers .
Dometown they
the / ....,. Dout MIIcMI (1 re. tu151TISI at the half. an interception and Increased their ems of Oh. Man tt
had i hand to an three Red Slaughter brought the team In completed six of nine passes for lead to JM on a sensational is- C"-II4' laII c.*,.., sod
Devil touchdowns scoring one for the second half and the 131 yards. yard pass reception by Lyons. else them I' 555145555y IsII
In the air on I pass to brother Tigers moved from their J7 to ) :Meanwhile, the Tiger defense Thomas had passed to his brother Vest ........
Bruce and two solo on the only 84. Leading tile attack was Williston'a XL The Trenton signal was vicious deep to Hs territory .Tommywhobobbledtheban .
ground.Few Mitchell and Robert Head. caller faded back and was "I.., 5T'aTSSTC1ewNN.. L. s.r. halting Greenvfflt drives and Lyons made a desperate
FimblN I Jimmy Slaughter paetd the hltforalosstotbtaandonthe tram ,1451155 la e I5 t on its 16, 11, and 23 yard' lints. leap to the end lone and COPELAND OFFERS YOU '-:

Both teams managed to hang Tiger forces throughout the first next play be lost eight more. from 141155056015 omltloo 4. 4Ter. "We've given up only 12 grabbed it Inches above the f'Jf!"
on to the slippery ball and although -two and a half quarters. Ho was With fourth down on the WO-1 .. 511114 rutII. 11 bunV. points an season and want to ground. J. Thomas converted. 4 BIG ADVANTAGES

Trenton fumbled twice\ Injured la the third quarter and listen 45, Danny Wilson attempted "......... HIM (oou. .II. 'HPa. 31 keep It that way" said Lake After a scoreless third quay .
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the Tigers managed to recover taken to the hospital with possible to punt the ball The kick ...,. 1ft",., W e .iP664 Butler head coach Jim Daniel ter Ray Dukes cut over tackle Ctsn mtrker every d.".
both tunes. The rain made passIng -' broken ribs Don Thomas was blocked by Ronnie Stevens 100. 114)e 1 Il.Pumblw I after the game. for two yards and a TD. Dukes, ,. N. commlssron.i. .

difficult for both schools as was called In to finish the game and the ban went straight up 00,4. 100. N5an1 s U 7t The victory. Union I High's a 175-pound Junior fullback had Special' censldefttieii,
passes slipped out of the hands for Trenton. In the air going out of boundson [OronwllloLMo been by quortort: e s ... fifth, placed the Tigers h first carried his team from the Tiger given to meat type .....
of receivers and passers lost Winiiton opened up early and the line of scrimmage. SutloPconn. 0 II a 15-0 place la the Northern Division 25. breaking loose for a -yard 4. Con *umsli! "heeling for sufficient tutntWea.. .

their footing while droppingback the Devils took only four plays; Williston once again act Its (T--; oumiaryilUoko ...- of the Suwannet Conference. run and snagging 23-yard Thomas -
to throw. to put the first touchdown on sights on the Trenton end tone IJ. TDomoo twHor paste Irono nm I'$5 ktOM OW(.mM...... The Pirates, losers of five In a aerial Thomas converted. CALL COLLECT 462-1011
TIle big difference to the con- the board. With second down and mlt plays the Devils were bo* iwir Lrono (M-Tor. COM 14.1.1 row sank to till cellar. A minute later Lyons intercepted
teat was WTHWon's running at and aYe on the 'Trenton 49,. there. Doug Mitchell slammed|j.Ivor TN-Molr(.....Dvkoo. tool<---rve.........NI"J. lAke Butler scored the first a Walter Jarvis pass
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tack. The Red Devils rushed Dong Mitchell bit Bruce: Idtchtn -the last four yards for the score' |ThomM (Hooot I four tunes tilt team got the pig- and behind crisp blocking, CLAUDI PHILLIPS PtfSTON POLK:

for .1 yard holding'J'reDtoa-to on a past and WUUston had putting wmiston ahead :204. glo.In. sprinted 45 yards for his 24th NORMAN VHCM ..
the first quarter Lyons hit point Jimmy held the pigskin i mf .
: paydlrt on a 12-yard double re- for brother Tommy, and Tom- i
: NEWBERRY BEATEN 334) vent play capping a 76 yard my booted it through the uprights CopelandUUUOI
drive. 'Thomas kicked tilt extra for a 414 Tiger lead with
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By JACK $ WtSPARENorth end score. Don Smith ran the the one. the Colt back punched NEEDED .

Football Asa naTinICI 111111W N. conversion. I over for a score.H 20 Track Tstxttft, ...
Marion's\ Colts :' In tilt second quarter N e w-|, Yard Drive amen ties) 2 yttra olds .
delivered a swift kick to New PbqAIM I"e15tH berry dropped back to punt on The next tine the Cotta had' ft* tvUfctl eat IN"' ",. MAIN ST. ,
berry's Panthers to the form of _'.. 1 1rein. a fouth down situation. The Mt loW| rack cud seed ..
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halfback Danny Sandlin who = ,." : kicker standing deep in his, their final Ctstfral ........ ftfWM.IMS 11
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scored two touchdowns a U "- ....... .., It' T551,51w 1 own territory, booted the ban TD. Dodd authored Into the cad laaat. Ny vttMy.CALL 5 P.M. .
9 rout of rwwberry Thursday 4-M4 Ml wen. However tilt pigskin !
y- .Ail. ...... W. 49. about six inches before It ricocheted got- Ware from the tight. and the Tennhoel MtawftrWsatar FRIDAY SO THEIR
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dun, who runs like I [MliOOftY Soon oy ojiortom.. f e ee-. off a Colt chest and roll to tht' Gtrtt.
three stage missile chalked N11N.bM1.lr _n_ n f r oaTiudlomll ed to>> tilt five-ysrd stripe tussle Defensive wen standouts tackle: Bobby Gibson 9 e... le 5 .... EMPLOYEES MAY ENJOY : :
up 151 yards rushing for the North Marion MMS.HHW '..t.Ph. -
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Colts, while I stingy defenseheld 1M (4) ...... ftm (1)1 116T. ........ ball at the five of North Marlon and end Ud4772LIFE
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Newbtrry's runners to 123 ........ Ml Oil fT.vorol > later Smith drove into the end .
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wan eompletaly overwhelmed the lint period when bt slammed .1 Whoa Panther dutch Archie

by ft* aflsBsJvwntod.' over from tilt four yard' Bankaton sat down to tilt .. MUFFLERSNON ZENITH DEALER I
ed Colts .... attafy defense lint for a touchdown. tog room at halftime he a a w J
relinquished only seven yards Several minutes later after hit team hadn't rolled up a singit \ -: ToUNSFIRAlU
during tot first halt During Newberry yielded the ball first down, much less al l I INSTANT CtlDrr ........ af Neit. CrteJH Cards: SEE COLOR TV
this tune. North Marta struck North Marlon suddenly became touchdown.North HUITU
fur 20 points and wrapped. op an nrtdstibie force to the Panthers Marlon twisted the I t w

the game quickly before I chilled line and plowed d 0 w n- well kinked Panther taU In .,'"
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hometown crowd. :field to a $$->ard drive. Poised the third quarter when Sandlin THE lEST BUY MONEY CAN BUY AT i
Halfback Tommy Dodd opened at the goal lanolin then grabbed took a handoff and rambled so
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46 309 Gen Motors 90% off %
Bristol Mr ....?..... 00 06" Anheuser Busch .,?..._ 564 ComEd 55 RCA 33%
Brown Shoo __. 3.40 101 Anodyne ____..--'... 3% AMER STK EXCB ACTIVE: ConEdla 04%" RepSU 48% President Kilts has ..Id. No S. Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews (left) congratulated area credit union of e
Brunswick ....r...- I" Citizen Bank ...?.?,.?... 37 STOCKS ContCan 51% Revlon 38% better tool for teaching rapon ricers last night at their annual International Credit Union Day celebration.
.: Cambell 8 .......... 2.40 35 Conn Lt Pow M'__...??. 17% DowChe 71% ReyTob 43 sibllity exists on this"campus Under the umbrella are W. S. Talbot prealdent of the Alachua County Teachers !'
Cowlea Mag Pb ._... 12% Volume Close Change than till Honor Syitem.
Carter Pdt IMa 17.% duPont 173% StRegP 33 Credit Union Everett Fox I
Dupont Mining
; :, Employee Credit Union president
20 Dunn ft Bradst _..._ 62 63 500 Salem Bm. .% off % I
CIIIJ1 % EAL 31% Seaboard 55% The Honor System was first and .
Cessna Air ....... 1M 21"j Florida Gas ___?., ,,.??,.,.,10'% 48 700 Contl Material 1%off V Kodak 121 Sean 123 wed by the union In Law Florida area chapter preaident and Bob Van DeWater, managing director of the

Chea Ohio ....._ 4.110 77.% Fla Nat'l Bank .?....?,???.,. 84 G 200 Newel Inc 1''% undo Firestone 44% Sinclair 51 School. Soon other professors Credit Union League. .,
Cow S Gil _.... 31" Fla Tell _???....?.?? ,?? ?,. 27% 37 900 New Park Mng $%off K FlaPw 11% Socony 84% acted on tilt Honor System in
CIIUb G% Forrest Labi _?___.?. 24% 37 900 Magellan Pete 4V up % FlaPftL S3 SouthnC 84% their classes. Id 1914, the student :
Comb Eng ...,.,...+ I.. 32" Founders Life ....,..??..a 10 Ford 80% SperryR 13% elected to UN the Honor Credit Unions Valuable
Com Mllli JO 20% Franklin Life __ 57% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS FrmstDa 12% StBrand 76% System on a school .wide basis. ...
Cont Air! ".40 30% Great American _. ._ 12% Purchases ,.., FreptSu 42% StONJ 17%
Contl Im .. ....-2.2662% Groner- ? ??????? 420,162 The Honor Court was established -
FruehTr 32% Studebk 7
Contrl Data _._ IN Gulf Life ..__ S2% Short Sales _____ iSOO GenDyn 39% Swift 51%" In 1116 to act as a court 1 To All Says Turlington ;.
Other Sales ____
Herff Jones _._ __ 433,041 for trial of violators of the ,
Corn Fdti .,........._ IM 131f. ? 15% GenEl 86% Texaco 85% any
Delta Air _.... 100 014 Home Ins .... _.....-...??.. 704Kennasaw Total Sales ?___, 437,843 GenFds 86% Thlokol 13% Honor System. If a student Is -
Del Steel -.?_ 00 147 Life .?._....__ 11 PREV. DAY'S STK. MARKET CenMilla 43% UCarb 127%1 found guilty of violating the I By PAT WILKINSON I Credit unions appear to be In union standing at the and of1M1. "
Emerson El.._._ 100 a Life of I'la ??? "".8"% CenMtrs 91% UnitAlrc 57% Honor System he may be sentenced Rep Ralph Turlington was compltltlOIwith local: bankersIn : Awls, of all the credit. .
Fair Camera Log 2474 Iowa Company _. ._ 1! Advances ..,?.?.?.?.?.,. lit Goodrich 56% UnFrult 19 to a number of "penalty guest speaker It the North Central savings and loan services,' unions around the world had tn.""
Finanl Fed '.'. Milgo Electron ..?.?..?._? 10% Decline __ 944 Goodyr 41 VSSteel 80H [hours," thus Increasing his I 'I Florida Credit Union Chip Turlington said 'I creased to $10 billion and total .

Fit Charter _._ ItTf H Mort Guaranty Ins >??_.... 24% Unchanged ...?.?..-?.... 223 Greyhnd 23% UnivMat 14% number of credit hours needed'I ter dinner last night at the Unl- "Wa all seek to Impinge on world l membership I In 30,0007"I
Fst West Fin __ 12'4 Pacific Sw Air _M.,,_ 29% Total Issues 1,336 GulfOil 50% WestgEl 42% for graduation. T h e student tl(.versify inn where more than 75 one another In some ..ayI credit unions stood at 18 mil"'
Fla E Cat .........- 1ft Schlitz Brew _.....?. 41% New 198344 High 37 IntHarv 84% WlnnDlx 3* may also be suspended from'members from 10 counties In the bankers may be doing this, but' lion More than two thirds are,,,..
Food Fair ...._._ .M 2IV. Secur W. Tr .?__.?.,_ ll New 196344 Lows ._-. 21 IntNlck 85%" Woolwth 28% school by the Honor Court. chapter attended hi observanceof I caution we not get overcrltl-! In the United States., -*
FMC Corp ._._ 1.00 H Southern Nitro _...__ 25% Justice O'Connell International Credit Union I cal," Turllngtoi oald leo,
w a Stu-
Frlto Lay _..-.... 40'%" Traveler Ins _.... 43% dent Body President of the a UF Day. .Constructive difference and J:
Cm Til JO 34' Union Security ft Inv __ 10%" in 1131. Ha was also President Introduced by Mrs. ronald understanding of the otherman's WUFT Show tj'
lOOb 51'4 Univ Cigar ,.,. .. .,..._ 5% State of the
G. PacK ???? ? Vegetables of Blue Key.Big Bunting, secretary chapter viewpoint ihould I be ***
G tty OU-_ ? .-, .10g m AMERICAN STOCK Turlington said ha has found stressed To Examine :
Grace Co _.. 1.OOb 16 4 EXCHANGEAeroJet.Gee In hli legislative experiencesmany "!.fIls I.tor. get exposed to :1...

Hel Cords _..-..... JO 13' .?.?.._..,_ 21" Saving sides to every Issue He more varying viewpoints than
IBM5.N425. Males Corp __.. H I Damaged by Isbell said he Is grateful for the workof anybody except credit un- Candidates ""
Int Mia C 1.OOa 11% Aqua Chem __ II" I credit unions furthering understanding Ions," Turlington laid Leglili-'

I I'' Int Tele .-...?..?..... 1.00 51'1. Aurora Plastics _...._ 25% For Dade On between employersand ton ",arn their keep" by bringing .
, r1' Kellogg .... 46" Barnes Engineer _.19% MIAMI (AP) Some Florida by label came from the 11 tornadoes employee u they grow In about understanding: between With the presidential e' ..';1.,''

1 Lehman CP .??.... 134e 30.% Butler Shoe _...._..._ 11''% ,vegetable crop are feared to created by her fringes. :appreciation of ana another's groups. palgn moving Into high I gear, '.
I LJttott In ...;...?-...., 1.. 7t" ChromaloyCinerama __. 15% have suffered considerable dam.1 Boynton Beach and Eau Gillie InterstateTALLAHASSEE problems 1 Two legislative colleagues of a Channel New York Si Tunes trio on" "1Uve"
Lone S Cna 100 21% _._......_ 4% age from Hurricane Isbell. got the worst blo.... I "Management overwhelmingly .Turlington attended last night'sdinner. "News In Perspefl. l
Marsh Fid ._ 100 41' Computer Set _..._ 23''% Sweet corn bean, eabbal"1 Gordon Dunn chief of the National (APNear.) .'I support credit unions and They were Stale Reps show, focuses their atten
Martin M 1.00 II' Cutter Labs A _IN celery egg plant and Hurricane Center laid ly one mile of Miami's easiest,survey show employee rate Arch Thomas of Bradford County tlon the on an extensive analyst of"

McG Hm _..... .... 14' Data Control .,._ It% were hit the hardest, Agriculture tornadoes are characteristic of expressway has been placed Into them aboveother benefits" and Clarence Roberts of two B candidate Pre.identh.,"*.
Mead Corp._..._ 1.70 40 Fulton Inda "M_.'__.1" Commissioner Doyle Conner hurricane that strike land after the federal interstate system[Turlington old.Employ.r. Union County. Ikan Lyndon Johnson and Repu
-"- 2.OOa 4S1f.[Gen Develop 4''% said Thursday, midSeptember.Because thus saving Dado County 127 are II. e d tune,, Oscar Servln la president of Goldwaler.challenger Sen. Barry MHA. |
J Mlrkd'i ...? .1.00 IS'%" Sax Minis Mkt,075 However the vast sugarcane million, Gov. Farrla Bryant announced. money and headaches wbea the North Central Florida r ;.or
N Y Cent JOg 4'% Mackney Airlines _.. I" fields were thought to have endured the air Is cooler, the : the company credit union takes Chapter, which la composed On this one hour program
Nia M Pow _.... 2.00 17 Mead Johnson _.._ II""% the storm In good shape. storms are lets liable, he said over the Job of helping mem of SO credit unions and 12,000 of news Interpretation to bail
Norfolk W '.00 121% Pac Nw Tel. __?. 2275 Harry T. Viughn. president of "and the more "Instability, the The Jubilant governor laid the:ber-employe with money problems members The largest li t hi telecast Monday at 9 p.m..e t
Ho JDd P S __ 1U II% Else 41% the U. S. Sugar Corp., said sugarcane more tornadoes. 1 federal government now will pay, Garnishments 1 loan requests Campus Credit Union at the University repeated Thursday al T;30 p.m.,*"
No Nat Gu ___-? 100OUn I3I. Redwing Carrion 10.% suffered no appreciable Hurricane Isbell stayed relatively 98 per cent of the construction, and pay advances drop of Florida with asset Lester Market. Mix Frankel -;. .,
1 Math __?_ 1.. 42''% Rlc Group ._.._ J economic low Harvesting begins close to a frontal system, coat oa the leg and a threatened'sharply, Turlington continued. around 811 million. The chapter and Tom Wicker examna Otf [':
Owena U G __._?,. 2.50 107 Sperry R. Wts. ..._.. 1% next week. swallowing considerable cool delay In construction of the expressway -! Credit unions provide quick I la one of 16 In the Florida length the men and the lasuaaVthat ;,
Pac G 411E .,..._ 100 33 Syntex ..:.__ 17' Most of the damage Inflicted air. I because of high costs loans at low Interest te employes League of credit unlona, which mark (hi! camnaln. aa afi (
Pac Lting 2.40 M Tampa Elec ....,..?.. ,?.. 28 I hat been overcome. who need pay only a 23- has a total membership of 490,. potentially explosive.."'? :,11\\
Pac TAT __... 1JO 2I% Tech Measur 18% TIM section of the proposed cent membership-fee to belong 011O. | Wicker specifically note that!tt|1
Pan Amer A ....._ 1.20 2" Twa Wta _....,....__... 28'% Naval Stores Conference superhighway from the midtown Employes through serving n Everett Fox chairman at last Senator Goldwaler and his pM I s I
Parka Dav_...._?.. .. 1MPennzoll 21 ValsparMUTUAL.,nJNDIT", Interchange east to MacArthur.volunteer director of their night's dinner l is vice president beophi are the prime I Issue k.:.
100 43% I Causeway linking Miami and Miami credit union, gain first hand of the North Central Florida) .
Pfizer' -._.?..?, ..OOaPbalpa 41, Affiliated Fund 9.28 1 Featured AtThe University Beach was designated as experience and Insight Into the Chapter. He la with the Dupont TIM trio discusses what thy M
DG _" 3.00 73''% Capital Life A Cr _..?.,. 10II part of the Interstate system. 'buslnem problems of their employers Mining Employee Credit Union political polls Indicate about tha;:'
Polaroid .._, JO 115'%" Divers Growth _...>._. 10.111 1964 Naval Stores Work Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews Turlington said. Financial In Starke. outcome of the election. Wick1
Pub SV E G .....__ 150 rN Dividend Shares .??.??.. '.71 Conference sponsored by the will speak on the economic .aV The expressway from the Interchange worries, which rank high Robert VandeWalar. managing an says ha bcUevn the out*';'
Pun 011... -. 100 11% Dreyfus ..?.. 2120 University of Florida's School ue of naval stares. west to Palmetto Bypass M causes of accident, absenteeism director of the Florida coma win*bo considerably-
Rayonter ........... 1.00 C 1 Fidelity Ciplt ?-.--.?, .,..??. 11." of Forestry, win review the John Gray, director of the still will be financed by county and poor work, are League from J If k e 0 e rule, or than present poll todicata.,,
RaID _._' JOb 56%" Fidelity Fund _..?.,.,.. 18.52 naval stores industry and relit- School of Forestry, will project and Mate money. loseened.mania gave a short summary of credit > TIle tint Mwaman will a*:
A Reya Xotl __ .l0 334 Fidelity Trend __.._?.. 1162 ed research: Monday and Toes- plan for the Forestry School a4ora the faariblllty. of bus m+.
Loft Mart ?._ .. 100 14% Fund'tal Invest 11.52 day at the University of Flor Dr. Nyle C. Brady director, tilt part af Ihr MM towar ?
KCCola _._ I.. 21 Income of Boston I." science and education, U. S. Dedicated Walter (teldwatar.ltWMyolhaltlM I
Roy Dutch I.ne 56% Incorporated Inc ...?...1011 ida.Dr.. J. Warm Reltt University Department of Education, Jenkins .laaarof the peas aj made mon w '
)I Searla GO .10 IIl Keystone K-l ......,.?.,., 5.84 president win open the Washington D. C., will discuss difficult 'by ... aatbysitlee lit I '
Singer..._.....?... 1. 14% Keystone .-, _..__ 18.84 conference with a welcome to the department' naval stores Ooldwater'o ---. ..
.\ Smith Kh __.._ 1.11I 11% Keystone S-4 _._500 more than 208 delegates.. U. S.:research. White After acurrent condaa waunary oT; ,
. Sou Ca1 Ed ?..?.... 1.. WI Life Investors _____ 1082 ----- -- 'Managed House lha ,lit HM atojaOooT?!
w StOil Calstoaind _..._ 1.00 03v' Life Stock Fund -..;...._ 800 by ".nll.l, tile trto wilt aarff,
2.1Gb 53% Mia lIlY Stock 17.24 tIcfpaae II lease et-
t Bterl Drug AI 2N Mass. Inv Growth ..r.,,.. 910 Highway Safety O Neon fork dUwsi that required the Press cods thssw nhit Freabal ans .
Teas t1Ul __ UI IS'%" Pioneer I"uIIcI11.23 I II "No one worked u bard for.dent's signature lJIIItI eapr es made by yh I ,:
Texlron m,.....- I.. 4174 Puritan Fund -U 906 Lyndon Johnson M ha did." He, rather than Lawrence ... 117.1, ,
Putnam Growth __... 16.n ODonncll the official While
Tidewater 35% I ..
Award G'villetrained That of tba -
Tram W A 40% TV Elec _i _. '.41 I to was typical comment House man for congressional t

Union Pac ._....... 1." M'% Value LInt me ---=- 587Wefflngtoa heard about to the Walter government Wilson liaison, usually dealt with the ,GHS Spanish ;:
Und AIr L ........ 1.. IN Fund 15.51 Thursday Influential Texas delegation al
1.ii 1ft NY' E MOST ACTIVE By DON DAViSGainesville's mechanic about M Bihv Jenkins. Everyone spoke af his till Capitol. He often talked to
Jim.Wihae Upjohn .._ 56 STOCKS Association of uus la mala a tafeljr cir dedication to President John- big political contributors aad Club Holds 1
Insurance Acenll.won special :cle" check aa compared with son. of the days without aad
of 1 Interest
VaL representative
f War Lamb .._ .71 11% Complete Osee Changes
-> and 8250 award the three-minute visual that be was at his deal '
frWoAhtab i >WMN.,_..,. U. 46% 224 100 Tex Gulf Sul II off % recognition a bupecUon. past,'tt1 a. i II Initiation
from the national association at midnight, of his self efface jp-
Be was general detail
man
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winners of men to the President' servIce.
ceremonies -
I honoring I
With the eooperatJoa el Driv for the President who followed
,I" NIW YORK TIMES MARKET AVIRACIS. OCT. IS .a country-wide: highway safety ers' Education bMtructors a I up decisions to make sure they kdl Gainesville High khoollpl't

J M* n.. Tot fMHlak contest la Miami. the high" school, atadeatt m- More than half of Wilier were carried out. breree hmwnry Altos, held: Its, fill.to-'f.:

Law dm .... a.. I The! G.... aiiocUtion sported more than 100 cars Jenkla'i life Ba sat to on Cabinet meet- illation m Monday
l' 251.15. 144.1 145.17 14f..' Off US .led the field! fat cammunitiea of parked near the schools. baa been dedicated ,,toga and took notes and .he sent Harp first vk.analdaa. JanM ):
totre.
J 2S IndwlM.Sh SM.22 171.00 $7l." Off'.!3 'MON to ... population u a I to LyndonJohnson. SEal lOut advtoorkM on fsaeraj laV 1 duced skJta ,
SOStMho ",.20 S0f.1l SI2.M Off '.79 result of the. racaatSafety Or "They found an average of 40 He li _1Itr... po l lit l ,. His 1M, M. 3rd ond preanteOy 481) doaaeO.LSA lha)
I" I cla" automobile I s p a 111 o a per cent deficiency In can that 46 yean I dL The inch ........ Irankafly, waa a yell .:*
had undergone visual kvpse- boa March 23. 'warning to all gaverameataganclet ereHdeai, Sam Nassau,,
drive beaded by Kaltb l RayijSorMe !
don" ha noted"Somewhere 1913kJally.News last month to tighten presided over the toltoltoa cere.mony. 1

. lii FLASHES I M agency owner here I between 40 70 Tex. Be went_ _ '.ua security procedures so as to 'water must have helped to Initialed. Barbara were: Leslie 0tramter. I

MARKET -The whole bails behind the per cent o/ all accident are to work for the hasty appointments.with. mike the special arrangement WhlteheaeV
I Linda Rowe, Gerald
that the driver Jekaioato Laanay.T:
,program Is food either caused or contributed to. than Congressman lout adequate Investlgillon Jenkins'rare for C a n f r a II'Marsha .
Palmer Sue Shed
Hock to aa unaafa car U going saute WO Except for Army serv.IM was mad In 1M I. His defeat -
AFX-Tha
WCW YORK ( by some mechanical d a fee t. rather chunky man, florid,' Carol Roundtree, Barbara Scott 4.
Lnurket made a aubotaatlal re. Dew Jss $ae Aewnog.sMaur where to hare a wreck and theamafe Haythorne, a former mechanicfor to World War n and eoaansatcaaaful |log face and with dark graying I waa aacrUMd by peliNral aa Debbie Keafer, Jeanne McNabbr, 1
early tats afleraoMi to ear with aa unsafe driver over 14 aatlI run of his owa for hair, Jenkins has often been described pens to KM fact that ha was a Jim
yean [ Anthony, Robert Pocket .. j
[wnr r activa tfadbuj. rriv>M Day ( 2nd behind the wheel la practically Conic,... he was with Johnson, ".... and Roman Catholic running to a James ,,
as "011. shy Waldrop, Susan Dento-
itd L 150lOlaav a killer," Rarthorno Mid I Several incident la the r. roatwiously from Ike a until Ughlly Protestant district ) ,
Y WaS Street second naaiandiMy LMJIO | ap caa* safety campaign. painted WeeeMdey.. when he rnlptedAt ,,0ne aepartmentil I official repartly 'miter, Wall Marchand Mao... r
.vee the cba ga.wr r 1h natr 319.71 InplJl The program b presently at a resigned rememaenJenkino'i He want brought tp to Wlchlla -'ram McKema Margaret CohC
the huge number of aaaafe Jenkins
mt afiati I* be 137.4 15 UUL | OJOaaalarroH low ebb.. ba ..... Poor pub up automobile b tha White House tdvUtog kim to pity fills./ Tn. and went to Mid. en. Dan ........ LyaaBargar. -
takfag UkananttaafttaBrHMbutrUt. ap dty. be pried eat baa baler- use had n variety of dutlH a|It ... had eautloua when a Ofiflcalt dare University, a jaalerrollrge l JIll ttltx. 'Amy Banl
.Leis. 367.11 4 Seodka app 1.491ILeN d attempt to nake the car'check My own eardlde',-pies, aenblaittoa not quit Uka that, problem came up on dpitol there. He also attended tow. Barbara JoAnne Well: "
erect 2,301. a canarooui program Haythorne said wryly. | had of nay presidential side before tea, and to be circumspect lilt University/ of Texas lor One Clmyra Patrick, Brad Wag&sfind ,
tH drh W-
tr f a iloeee tine rod aad a hate hi fltt'mofller 'tot, ,
wtthout / '
tired thai lid Cede rather 0kaa aa toamnWert ac- .. Barry Goldwau* knew sere recefvtof a dope Dennis Renner. .f
on news '
,tl.ley. Ba yes general manager oftha I.. well M color to the .. Also Sally Nkhota Cir "'
Ibad iiyloilai *. lint aO mie!Ji.. ,. One tar owner ba added, had ,
.. bu11ddw While Haute, for one thing Ferca Rewrve unit that the la Utf be married Belm "
|bomb 55535 the 115 rmaia.d we3 .a0ari.M w detrs.ks ,.. Catoanint precraaa waa tile ......".... ..,.... of to charge of aarsaaaH and mepayrea headed as a major .,. Mar rlt Wbit b,0., They have MemwelL Libby Jenluna J.'IIGralvn.
.laerNI Rocky Cspoalto. II
ahead w bdasee. ..... ether advaaetetir .veto* nUb the asaiatowca ..0the watching the ettva abaft fal ... Ben. Stew of the recrasttof -1 eras. six rhildrea: Elizabeth Ease Butcher
Stasis, slide bed less ,..1eeu.sd .toa........ garage owners, .f fell. vehicle-dartaf Baa bvpeeDOM. of Micah for the rest ft to supposed to ba a Capt Walter Rums Jr., Jed David Aeh, Pit. Ails Lasses PaveJka PametoCawan .

me aerrad yJ The AandaM Per ...... be said, lit tits gaveranieel went past III MB nan but waeereta ath- Joaep* WHJtthm, Lilacs Aa Euan
area. Mere bet eve lore [of 00 atacka at aaaa WM at U Tba'aafety dtrtf car toapectiona What shunt the oars af tte htoayaoatoa. less lanangad to K for sretUsnaal t1.rq en/ ..
gr..p remled byhr MA.wspaa 'lat 0J. wttk MHtrUb a? 10, ara aa toanparfaua, to pn wa! Walter Jeaktea was ea*of the jSN a few mays .... Jea&Me s JIll ..1IrL : .'=
tads a* U aal affitttM a. J.Tha die "ryabaltlBar Inhalsjis rtRaytbaraa Web pKeper p...lb"As5. tev fjwaav to dto Wish Bern laiAirFemwaaMeMeMaalwerkaaOaaW .. Lelll,
DOT .... MMCrtt average .... k.spa.e s s e' r nseyr.r.eee' cat aaeodataM Mg8a fwttM Oacdrive to* toilga JeOMM*! r need sir;

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U Gainesville Sun Friday, October 15, "4

,1I' ,14. Fir Calls Antoinette was executed. curity officer of the U.S. Em- .

--- -'- I At 1:14: p.m. Thursday an Today la 1859, John Brown's raid at bassy In Moscow Russell Lao- 'TH ER

electrical short at 3305 NW 4th Harper's Ferry In Virginianow pile was charged with espionage CLASSIFICATION :

:I SEE by St.At In History ( West Virginia) began. I and expelled from the Soviet

3:04: p.m., a trailer fire In 1938, Adolf Hitler's forces Union. General of the Army INDEXANNOUNCIMINTS ,

I'' at the Hillcrest rails r By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS completed .the conquest of Poland George Catlett Marshall died. lS"1

SUN Park. Today is Friday Oct. 1C, the One year ago Ludwig Er-

1 the 288th day of 1964. There.are 76 In 1943 the Budapest Radio ,hard was elected chancellor of IM MamarlanS I

Solon Loses days left In the year. broadcast that Hungary was in ,West Germany, succeeding: Kon- Card at Thank WORTH 1

Today's highlight In history a state of siege/ because of widespread rad Adenauer. S lilt ft Pound

.J POLICE, FIRE REPORT St. and 3rd Ave. Shirt To Thief On this date In 1940 registration murder and robbery. I d Porionallnd/Information JarvkttITraval ;

S .Accident Roundup Robert B. Hill, Rt 4 and began for the first peacetime Ten years ago-A group head- The only known working wa- 4 Iptciol NolkaaFPtomn .

[ draft In the United States, ed by retired LI. Gen. James A. ter buffalo In the United States 'WHILE
3 Involved In accidents: report- Erman C. Leavltt, Earleton, BREMERTON Wash. (AP)
involving men 21 to 35 years of Voolittle completed a secret plows a muddy field In a Peace 5 laky Uttart, Child CanPiacn
Fla. in
at 4:20 -A. L. Republican
Thursday Kramer
ed by the Gainesville Police p.m. f To 6* And
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I It was completed in one study of certain operations of Corps training In the
age.
Department and the Alachua the 1700 block of W. University candidate for secretary of tat camp Thing ;T* So*
Ill day. Sixteen million men were the Central Intelligence Agency Waipio Valley the Island
,\! County Sheriff's Office during Ave of Washington, lost his shut on on of READING
hi registered.On made at the request of President Hawaii. The AUTOMOTIVEMAirplan
volunteers

gives
camp -
"the past 24 hours were: Alan R. Abdulla 121 SW 13th the campaign traiL .
this date Eisenhower. a taste of A.1a I n farm lain' Rantili.
01 David W. Riley, 2211 NE 12th St. and Troy Harrell 111 SE!: While Kramer was speaking ,
.', In 1793, French Queen Marie Five years ago-The chief se- life. 71 Truck tor Solo
St and a parked car, at 10:58: 70th St., at 4::11 p. m. Thursday to the Lion's Club Wednesday 7f Truck Wanted IN

bj p.m. Thursday at 2310 SW 13th at SW 10th Ave. and 8th someone broke into his car and 10 Tractor* i Truck RontiUIt ,

St St stole all his clothes. The thief TrolloP Rontall

n Faye L Layfield Trenton John S Watford 1030 NE Is also took a supply of campaign WHERE I J N 14 Adiomobll MotorcyclM RopolnH I Scales, J 'THE'WANT

M and Thomas M.. Xoger lit 3. Ave. and Richard H. Carter, literature. Automoblloi' tor til.*

4 at ':11- p.m. Thursday in the 1024 NW 6th Place at 2:43 NOTICi TO APPIA la ...., Can '

n 1200 block of N. Main St. : p.m. Thursday in the 1200 TOl ILIZAIITM IITILLI THOMAS 17 Autos WantedIDUCATIONAL :

g Beit N. Stance!, Rt 2 and block of NW 13th St. I You ADDP.M or. holy UNKNOWN noiiilod mat WH far,

Harkness A. Duncan Micanopy Hugh C. Davis 2609 NW 12th :dlvorco MORRIS till THOMAS baan IHod kl th tlmt* Circuit yo*Caurof by I AA/D NAVi .

at 7 p.m. Thursday at. S. Ave, and Earl Gibbons 810 NE AiKhua County 'In Cnoncory, pndyw > .L < I = FUN II Schools t InilructloRIt '

Main St. and 4th Ave.. 18th Ter., at 135: p.m. Thursday -your in imwar nqulrid tr plaadlnf to sir.011 t* of Mullc. Dancing ..

Walter Murphree Jr.. University at NW 4th Ave. and 1st I plaInt on .mo P.Pltmlltf O. II.* 1t7.' sad OabioavlllftKrlda. f"tICIIUOOI. M WantadlnilmctlOTIMPLOYMINT ADS :

Station and Lavern D. Sea St end UK Iho .,ltl.: .In th* of- THIS WEEK'S
l IS ON
tic* of to. Clorli ot tho Circuit Court SPOTLIGHT
cy, 1128 NW 11th Ave.,.at 9:30 'Hiien-jen Chu 1415 NW 3rd OolMivlllo Florida, on or baton tn. .
p.m. Thursday at N. Mai 1 III lilt day ot Octobor A.D., I'M olhiWIM ,. 11 Pomil Halp" WantodII
Ave. (single car), at 11 p. m., tha illagalim ol aald' Complain. Mali HOI, Wanted :
1 State Road 20 will ba lakan aa contannd by yw SHELLEY'S
Thursday on .
HOTiel OP INTINTION TO DATID THIS M DAY OP OCTOIIP.. I) Halp-Mal or Pomil
aioiiTin PICTITIOUI NAMIPurtuant near Grove Park. A. D., I.... 14 lain Mtlp" Wanted
ta taciton tarn, P/wl.. J I. CAP.MICHAIL'
DWI ot 119 W. Univ. Ave. II work Wmtia
Pomil"
.
j IllroW .1. 'h., tho Clark If circuit Court
ii dnliflId" Joi W. H..III..,. 110'1' Marvin L. Tetsone 307 NE I Alachu County" Plorld' 17 Work Wanted.Mil.*
builnau' under tha firm name of PIZZA sv Chorrla Main Sh./I., .Hon a wM. ..rI.l, *f foooli, with
PALACI, atoll N W. IMn llraaOaMoavllio 22nd Ter., was arrested by Daouty Clark, thdir OrlsiMl Italian SnVick. ws11....* thratuh.out .
._
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.. flcllllMJi" namt ......, la fh.ragitMrId provHoni Gainesville police today at 3:30 (MM) U I, t. to. n Oplnoivlll. le the tpcilry .< Ik. .._. They FARMS LIVESTOCK .

*f the .......Id .IuI.. I aim and charged with driving NOTICI Mr 0 Humbw of ,I... ._.I..tl..., *ip"llly II Farm Iqulpmontr
it SlId .1 Otlnnvllii. Plerwa" thUHl Tht Dlvltlon *f Plant In....',,. ItaOcpartmant ,. liclowi with a tall cU drought ot Sckllli wLwnbrii. PM I PartllltorM
,.... while Intoxicated. will
111'111 laelambar D. af Aorlcultura rociivtHaiad
Tkoy .1.| uHtt loft think :
.II.
Ii I JOHN W. HA DISON36521 JUDii'ii" iiiT. bldi ., Room Ml taafl Oullll- on LIvtilKk, a tuppllnif
/ IS: I. t. IN TMI COUNTY log Oalnnvllio PiorMi no Ill man 11 kokoo.In. LindKipInf' Top MlSI
IN POI MACHUA
AND COUNTY
PIOP.IOA AM. Friday Octobor N. IfM tar /waopllcallon Htolr MW krnck It KOI NW lit Ay. I. ,... a WPP1110.
VOTE IN RI1 ..,.. of *f ronular knotlteW .by lln- .*..-*... ..4.! n o r. 41..h.4 ..4 0 wolk-up window Llvntock.
I"i anoint aircraft Application I* Start C WantedFINANCIAL of .
VALLia DocMMdNOTICI L. HUail about Novambar t, I'M at apprnlnMt' prowl 14.! 0 quick, (......I.1It wy to ant 0 h.tyMMtVlch. .

TO CUOITO.. II localltlot In Itiraa muntlaa ol oouPtorlda Ih ,
HAYDON All crodllorl ot Hio *itol* ot V ALL 11 _'1.. approxlmattly' 1134' Sh.II.,'. .If... a fast, frt 4.11..., ""Ie.. j t
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L. HUIBS. docoootd iro .....1Iy Mildd acre I (plus ., mlnuo M par cant),. CH I72-CSIZ ft !I.e. ..4.,.
IMP ...... !
and nowlrod to Illo any claim *rdomandi Itroitod _" .... may raownt a copy M Boil OpportunltlMt7Mony
i which May may haw aea'ntMM ol mo ...,.11. contract tram tt>t Oalnttvilla Swvlite H..." II AM. to 1 A.M. I* Loin jr
J nun .In Ino afllco ot WM County oftlca H II Morloe"Monoy

BURNS ho Judgi.CwrilwuM if AlacDua it County.ilnowlll, Plvlda PlorMowlihln In, V.AcdtMant W. VIUSNCUVI Welch for Not Wt.k'. SPOTLIGHT WMIedMIRCHANOISI,

il,. coandir monihi from Itiodolo DIVISION Of PLANT INDUSTRY
ot Mw tint publication. of thli, nlet 3"11 Iii" 9NOTICi IILLIAROI DINING .
tack claim *r demand mint bowrltlof
'N TH' COUNTY JUDO' COUItT. 'N DINING-DANCIN8 it
lit and mull Hat Ht* plant If ,. 'OR "" ....."ICh. lco ero.", 1
: AND P0R ALACHUA COUNTY. PLORI CUE :STICK I BILLIARDS COCKTAILS
..
ALL-FLORIDA rnilloftce and past offle' add ofhi II Wanted I* luy iL
loll Good aid faMlaad
CNIwIId and rout M fan for not wily fount mm w I .
III /hicl'm.n'
hla aslnt. a sworn till lttrnw IIy. .' NAI,1 Utt.tl.1L0001 PUT young .wom.i. .... root .pear. Hop by Oil UNIVERSITY I INN II MMilnary, 4 T... .. .
i GOVERNOR II will CIceroe raid, according to I.... / I. NULL Brig your II.... A 4 W 1100"II It STAND Charcoal 11.1 Roan, limery w II luildlni MattrliU :1.w
HAIRY L. IItAV. JR.Admlolna Dictated TO CilOITOiS 0_ 10 A.M. 'III II PM. 1307: NW llttl Ittor board, Cocktail Hour I to 1. I *4 OoooiOAntlauai .
ol UK liiati fVALlll tot N Main llraat ojulck ntroihmonuLuncIlT drmki' tor Hio .
*
prlct ot I Dana-
f IODDI
All cradlttn' ot tlw lit*! II
,..\ Allv. L. HUMS, dKMWdMMI I. HULL Doc....... on horoby sett.IIN .- Itudy bnokt lutlnnif lot 'til I A M. to lobby anitln' r rI
,. ,
It t la M leI 14 MI" Par Oils
DINING
and noulrod I I* Ills any claim *r II.'... Try I cool Mkhol**. Combo ft Richard' Pirktrt trthat.
da.lands whim Ihoy roay tow upa11otMN Oalkalation lollad MirlmpJCHOONIP. tr*. 141 I.*. UIK: N. PR "5445. 47 Tradlno Poll
...... m lIlt oflka ot till Couity .. ITALY IN GAINESVILLE: ? ROOM 11:10: 1 A.MPamlly It Pul 011 A Weeds 1J
Judo ot Aloctiu County Florida. Oint by CO""IoII.h'hi' might. dining, Cindallll dlnnarf HAPPY HOUR I" ? ".11II. .
'M /hi CIII""",,"" .. It 0..11I., P11,1.dl. M ._......rt of lltlylMANAROI GATEHOUSE 5-9 P.M. t Cocktalli for ma pip' ot IUS H lull > Marino loulp. I iii"ot"
with'' de, .dl calendor.tttil from RIITAURANTMOdalliil ....Ie. nibs it nannabl n Camp Hunt Plots ,
Nut data ot tha flrit publication. of IhH In Laaapno fin, im W. Unlv 0110.Stepp plea DIM and dine In 71 Stoics Iqulpoildto sl. 1,1
and *ltwr d.nciWSNUN ,..... cordial _......*.
M kwrltInWl tdti.10Ht/rlplan./ tandwlch with muUimmiand )t
I ) lIlt Mmnionw Hi HI '.M. irlilad onlent, ... itHILLIY THE ORLEANS Musical MorclMndla 796 "' : ;
I af ratWonc and poll offlco/ ddnao *f :
fT1 J7J HM Clotad Mondays.LARRY'S ( 'I 45M NW 13111 II 174-IW ;
,
tIM claimant and mutt b* awam to bylha
: claimant' hu aoant, or Ml iltornty 371-6512 tar foil, Int .11..,,. RIAL ISTATI FOR SALI
ar N will ......... void occardlno AIM "... 4 Ichllti and Law nbrau GENERAL GAINES :
I ** low. M ,.... lit W. Un..... Avt.r STEAK ROOM H Mobil. Mont for lab. \\uav
(I) MARCILLA A. HULL lit! Won Unlwnlty, AvenugOPIN *ur now lion *t PMturmg. u.I. Prim and CMc U Loll lor til IWt4
\\1 1'I M liocutrl. if m* lilatt *f Lulls 51 1100155 A DAY MIl NW lit Ava. 1nkl _rod to011' tall.ss *
.
I, Null DacMUdOtH ... MWiurlront ...., 11
HOT
ROAST SIIP SANDWICH our sass .rth. Holidny Inn
) 101 ,.. n. Ml 11:1 (Now Orlami itylal, ... M ContiALAN'S HUMPTY DUMPTY 'INI |.W. IMl It PR MM*, U Mourn tor 11,* KNIT In enl llralght plan M S
landwlchat or compltio dlnntn/ emit (lust knit, "Purl ProcllChrlitmn .
NOTICIVat .
r. M C." lor Sets"
....... Cal. ,.
an twraby ntinlad mat lha Mhwlnf In flnl"l halt M N cozy !thrifty gilt .
motor vohlclii. Rule' ..... MT I MR. SANDWICH SHOP curb.. Ooan 10,30 A.M. to n. k AMUSIMINTS If Rial blab licnanaadN
tOUlMM Will M Mid' Ol II:N AM In Cinlyn Pin, 301 NW I3ttl St.D.Ik15v' Ouicklnl Cuff slipper' ;
Tike up U M month la toy atla our o'clock M WM JJrd day of Octobar. 1H* PUNLANO 11.., Situ Wanted for boy.. pompon lor afrit. Knit .
dimwit. .._ Pumttun MlIt Plnanca Caroarallan. 711 N. LONGSCAFCTERIA mill In"your mouthaauiyltrn Anwoomont ContorOomoi pair" hi nlont Pattam Ttli COIF
al OanaroJ ? Out at Town
foe"ro" Sample IleuM, MOM M.ln I Mam It. alnttvlllo, ,..,Itt.. Th pro- lanrinf hours 11:15 flIl P.M. end Prlod CtikkanCompiata fo loyo Mid Olrll" Proptrty droll 10 pour HIM Included.Thirty. 0
*l loulh. llth It. 15adl of fyho Sill will b* oppllid tint 1.10 P M. tn I:N P.M. 7 II.".. : dlnnan from u cants PrPOtiottwA 0110.11 40 1..1.... Priptrlloi' !
I ...., ADMISSIONMil *** loll In calm for thlipattarn '
.
cMti af ..... "1 Irom T AM t* PM
to till paymant" ofhi 711 W. Unlvsrrlly A... TOWN HOUSI PJI1TAURANTJM4 Will Unlvorilly Awl 41 Rnlotntlal Inc_ al II ctnn for lath
Im. lartng and Sib .1 NN rests pellet* tar lit-clan mallln* and
Aldo and 11x1 coot Sf Pu.1k.1lss .1 ..: IW 13th: It a farms ft Ac....* ....,., h.",, "... land to Laura .
at Silo and HIM I* ID* tatlifactlm olmo COWLING Wheeler Oalnaivlllo Bury N_.. Strait ,
24 HOUR SERVICE
bolanco duo vndor m* eantroct coy 41 Colored Property lalMKINTALS Oapt P. 0. lo. 111, Old .
.. ,,_, RIM silo ilrtoln, u ..., mod .. DVIRTIII' IN THl
orlnt Iho llnanclni If aoM motor v. BOWL 1"1i '" If .. Ch.lu. fiatlan. New York II. N V.
nick Any surplus will bo paid to you PALM LANII lay m. "" II II.DUTCH DIN' 4 DANCEDIRICTORY Print Plainly' PATTIIN NUMIIR .
and yw will romiln tor any Opal ovary nlghi tar your anoymant TREAT NAMI, AOOP.lt and IONIHtM .
I 1 \ : : :
enc..taming unpaid: ''. 0.1: ..: ( from t A.M. to t A.M. '
tract Pr nunary ttrvk. RESTAURANT 41-1 Colored Properly Rails, '01 tout 701 drnlgnl _
BINIIAL PINANCI M04 Mala 11<1. Ut-ttSi INI W. Unlv A... mart faiMont tn knit, crochat than '
CORPORATION OP PLA. I. 44 Cottaan for Rant ovarl, Plus 1 POOL ..."""'., *nvbraldtry
IVI HAIRY J. CRAVSN, "III' clotliai' land II
Anlitant Collection 11II......, O'INTIaTIIiSTAUIANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACIITAINMINT 41 Purnlinad Apia ells for now Nwdiuraft CitaUgVALUBI .
Gift.... P.Inane* Corporflllonf ALL NEW i GUIDI 44 UMurnlititd Aptt.4fHouM .
II COMPLITI
QUILT .
Florida, lad
71 latl P.abliMfl ....... CALL 378-1411. for RanPunt PATTIPNI In dfluno, now Quilt ..
Orlando, PlorM look Par ....Inno'.. lights land .
4114541Am 3101Ttloohono H...... tar Rant Unfum.4P JO Cells now ._ _...x._,..I., ... i--.

Cod MUMtl Roam for Rant
: ID II
N Mobil HomwII
1
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MIK. RantaliHA Announctmtntit
J J'I
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Wanted T* Rant
-
It Soardon Wanted
LOST 8 fOUND ;
U Olflct' e Dart Ipte
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14 Business' RtntalisiRviei LOST hrarn D.M.l1d.
r n.m 0
This Week'siiiMir j Scents'. tit Hit Cawt A's .
Y Varo ....h. Child pat CHI P. _
4dw, ..
Lon Pamalo llamaai cat, I -.
r II IPKIll atrvlctlM yr oM vicinity' 103 IW llm it

1 //i 1 | | I Hares Iroprevamants nama Wtarlnf Mn pink.I"no.ctiiir Raward I I amwan"'''''oil. .
"
M Radl ft TV lorvk Plcontacl met Rank, 171-_. :
lon AOAI"I" .111 deg. Mack
rs WL.iUUJU Lj,1LJ II Appiianc ft Purnltun with whlla and tan martin' *., cur-
ty tall, prick oar, waarinc chaw
//i collar. road C....... Phono P* ?
1-1711. r

WANT-AD RATESPH. 4 PIRSONALIZID SIRVICI -


YOUR MAUtV COUNMIO ..
SpecialsHEATERS 37I-HI1 raontontttlvo 'In Galnoavll, r
,la Harri.no. evorhorf Par ..
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nMlX.\iSX"'n
forCle.sified ..

KUT N KURI SKUty SALOON :
OltlyDIADLIHIS ea Mly on o tudlptAH
work *MrMlaad
form, u up tnanvaal |IN ..
: I. iinlv. Av.. OT-TM
Opan nipntt" by ... .
l*""N ro OIIVa'foe.. a.. ..
I ... /sale.. N -
T. thru .. pews s .1s1y. .
.
f Cation.M. ""'. Day Safari pub.. 51 rfoB, w.Lie, hi'DltvH." ,f lctsl.PJI PI ..

Par apt to II Ivn. pupa 4 SPiCIAi. NOTICB
1 II 00 l.m. ....

Par an to H M MM. pap,,_ L01i WIIGHT 5.0510 With N
I ,.... lotMinimum. 0x-A-D. Tobldtat
( *d 4 |MH| -L-.CIftI!! !.' ngy
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City s...;... am c roWILL
I FAMILY RATHI

.......* .. ...... Sao .MnbllnMrtiam M D<5 flABY-ilTTING,: =
try Ned
.... Helm,. t00tid=- Pt,. 371.45UKCILLINT r.snp .

4 Intartltm. ,?._?.. |)t b,.. r. Can M ple15.

U Inwrtlani .?...... Ida line lion. M N. nK1rws .. p
FR -5l23
T.oI'ClOMp computid .bymuttiptvinc
total IMO WOULO LIKI I* can for chlkM
a rats
M my hams. Par 'mormatloH..
I Pn* ipttor word par Im. I Call
376-8060,
oamad I Mtmbar of kujortioM.S .
CHILD... ...... MOM. "Sr.
I o *. my (wmt, N. I. Ka
Point ....air
i ALL THE WAYno fats M a IMas srdblary gypI ,I Phono)372-3o7l .. {

4LINES I can for cMMnn M my htm. ..
r 12 point Pissed yard N. .. partkpv. _.
372-5169
Sam M I .Knao ordinary .typt
PI 0..ALI1IO CM for btfMHo ,
." or ono yaar. oil apr well.
10 18 Point -III home 10 IW M Pilocation .

strings 15 no contract CHILD' CAll ham.'s _
Sam M 4 less. ordinary trn tip. .
rival htm* j
DAYS Two, specie aed ..s"k aOIO P an. ... a-a*. _. TVITINY

24 Point TOT.;: ; : .;
your money readily available $2.00 .. ,!
PLAY :
SCHOOL"
show. 1tsm .R, le apes ..... M t RnardiMr( trw

r weds. e5 a.and s :; Atf a1 y.wlol ',


I. s.. croswrciel ..1wltleets 36 PI. 1I FIMAU HILP WANTID :

GUARANTY FEDERALSAVINGS W''TI ..... ..

::-: -= 's.yae..s ..*. ::
Sam K P lmaor .*. tlaTnoan5 NOW .
II .ay. Each week Mry (yo* b tj or ovtw ina). HIM Tkiniii.

IIr I'l Nl M .... No. pelt (UKAlTPIit.
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1 TX eiktiovili. *. wni a. kabmrmtt _. .
& LOAN ASSOCIATIONOf for mss ."IIP.D -__
all w 41.r.a..a. Aa..p
e ... .lit .. .....1.1I maartkm ea l.teal sa..w Ara
b* MM **r Clop nr .> ** M l ,w w 1,. Pw an. ..
I --11.-' M N lI.. ..... lie tal..ll.g _
Genele! | 220 N..... M.la Street, .!.... PR M4W has M cool 11...* opac ? c.... Pee.Mf lit a.t N :.
Ile.ffeted watch hr
ill
--11." ... .. .""' 111
I a.'III'G'H'' ,
lie adtNd s,5M AaeN N vane s wcTsda

"Chart.red and Supervised by nO an wrwO al us "r SANK
1 ; I.. Want A ) _M37M41I. .afar- anal N vow Mw tmt **.n faV Pen
I- ft* United States Government"SA [ IY THE 10th iw .'w..r.to O seed VS?*' /R *
L
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:: :
410' 'er I. T -...ww.N.s *N rCI 15. .
Each A cc... .. Uf 0' ANY MONTH SS5J _
: ..... M ,- w owen'wo -
II... 10000.00 I tee NoAN.wl .AI87 .a. prt.li- iys... _
lAIN FROM THE I e.w --. -II c... __ ....

Compounded Free Peifklni !Is ReD ,- r -W.ws.d M eYO\M.w Ad .a..wpes.rh a.pS1Mw =-:..."-:"'" s ., ....

Semi.Annually ....... Widow FIRST I -Lan Ie II ail Peatp M .. h. Y i /

"A *..... ...i*.l ..........'! ;.I J = -. UZPlO4tKee/ MKdlseY

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A N ,71 .. I


October 16. 1X4 Ceimiville Sun 17 T

II rtMALI KELP WANTID SchwIs i lsotia.ss I, 12 MillIe Hisses t* S.HJ IS MwtMt Pin Sol. I' H.UUI ... 5.1.II .-- --if;

IJl'cklcN WAil KE :. I I ''' 'IHUA'llTi""i I"'Iia :SPECIAL JV"8i Iir1"'JIi (1 K sow ..1I1i! yard.Atnnscssnd.,l ; ;a: .',. oj,,,:

TIME '.II.lIme II' ...".11.... C/II lito 1 : : Movllol. writ t* Olroc- 1M k Mr Lot tar moMM hon* control 5.11. Low down. yjf'I. .....1-.1131' .. .0
THE. 7411 AHorett Tenor Noun.WNITI *l Porioml, M VMconfl )... I Mil* Lilt'oyni loll II Mtk PI, Coll 3 "_ NI 11th II Call 171liSP. Ii
., torn 4 .,. Jonno Av*. PIle'*'. Per MMlnlmont saIl 'IV" 'Wiil1I7'i' Ik' t Ulh'; CCI :. :;
women to IIns" lit and torsIN J.ck vlllfc PI...I... 3I1U 'ft "JD5I. hMM control hool tor .
kolft homo COMPLITILY
tend 1.i. +
IS NOW. Mll.ren slid 1IomI. Salary. : : "T ONC' Pull se orlr* It 4 sill turn,moo oil* waits t *... \;
Oil Pti KHVI slier NORTHWEST -"I'i.
0 Rm. ,, 0151 _OIl" .ro*. IhoHow .. nmp ioprkiktar or 115... Ins to ._,.... U '.. I
CAIN Ur TO IM PI* WMK W.II""", cuotomort In OOP. TRAILER SALES yitam. Only ] bin. t* Ill Ml Jr< A*.. .. '
Pull or pert lime. Cor __". II O.N.0111.. CIoIII ......... tm WolM (too* N IAt *Km. k hl9h ..... Do .HaveApartmenf lie oolloctln. MYshnent. 101 "r own Pilot" lint WWJM IIX*. _'''. 0..ll. Pr San. ce. Nosh tr lit 5.14. W15 lewnand .. ,
;
YOU. Oil_ 3JHIS4 ... Wells C. R. 11._ Dolt. ta kliput phono 3715111 *r 3110am. .If
....
,. Q Sal 1.42. M.Mps5. lok ___.. I3N snua p.I/.oN II lIS
NC
IXPCItllNCIO 12' WIDES fled .
woltrni WMMJ VI KM ttor I sod all lap
Apply Lwryi Roitouront in I: AO.rAMe"Mouif -...... w..5
Unlvorolly Ave.RIGIUTISID. ( > i*. i .km"PI ..
/... M.I, WYM.IS .. 2 BR under $4,000USE
$325
( or Nukkll *, _room ... llvlnt' room mien.on .
I Com to work In IK* ", ,....1 Of """ .. SIT C""' .".'" OUR tn* *intn| room. UOI iw irth ( 1 4 NEW
House fa Rent?, Orottof HIM or KKOVtry Doorn .. 15 ...".... .... 1- RENTAL PURCHASE W.LN11! cC5TMo. Number
0< a rnoavrn rooMIr tro rlninMlctl "' ? Conloct PLAN HAPPINIII k itniiCM 055 $
center MMkri Knotf i. : 0.15 tW.lr*< 0 | Lts.r Srip.51ste Pecan plym.5l It Irrmllno M U. t liool Homo A
Ulo on campus, IMO Salary ._. 17107401. M ml* p.NALACNM0. IIeeIul.s 15.511111151 8-1411 MN
REMEMBER wllIt ass NIP ....."",. II....... TOTAL. COlT INC r.
: s/II/N' WIt. N Dlr.c414,515.1 PART TIME OP CONTRACT WILL It KMyr. i ....,
0.1" "I', U"I..11y IIT. flnonclnt villobi Mltll Homo OMnm lull 726 NW 34th PI. .,.
A ;jtntaK! vacancy .,... Madlcal S-and-. Galwtp. :: :'MM.ohouM Mm no, tor SEE from I nIff wiry. b tJMm I i,I I kMroomi ook ,'..... ihoM b -. .aww0 r .',
T..... M MaI..5 H4I. II DAD AND BRAD LARSEN 1 Amyni it mi N W. n PICompor. lot. Knvno perch. send ccn .
COSTS YOU MORE MATUkl lorfy to llv* I.101.. omx are hovuif mp.h CNI omkulllM: P< mil mok LASS dlNIVAOr coot with oil mor ; *ltlon. P'lwn PR '..1411.w. rol1
cor (or motion Homo Slid ass TRAILlS SALIS 5511000. T' fully :', cOno ...., W Wownon Owns yftAl

than the oJ that CnlMI Writ tin MM do,noivl lotun | ... WN11d 5501515 ) HI l5w.1515111 100,1 miM lid 1ain10OU...1< 1011,15 Sur "U'I Iv ivTIM1:1 J" N. Mail It !*'.
Olv' A roMrmcowwkly. M
.. OM 015111w111p5/, WndanPM1 your 5$434,. II IR CM nouio, wall ta wallc.essflel -

will rent itl! 75115EN It you wont 0511 torChrllmu. CM HOME ter .01 NURSING N: III lit your i i"m a lNNr wim"iukn i .....me -In...L.n.- N.III MM_town.. .... ..".

15 you wont 1.w Ill.teeth. ; .. Cell 31....... tnowor. Can.45505 kyrM > DOWNI 11.071. No .0111,,,,,. .e5 N 121
,. II you well, In.MvortlM far no. to* Intorlor ta oop I II l\rf: Places
.,.', what your ........ II you con produce 11 .ot.OM) l"0t J'.IOii ? 1 Borom concrot Ii.., horn ___ _r .to
111Sled "Inulnfmotoilnn. S.h.cb i IwlrwtNwwmlnotlwt ..ith ook floors, cor 1,14 vII'|
Coll Avon Coomotlr.0.W **** *"* ,. .
ion ran ULI I t,2"I.S '" FORDYCEREALTOR ...
h .. .. ,
"vacancy: COSTS wIll Hww you how wrlMf i ; wa05n II II ". n x err month NO v..,-
>0. Sac ... G.I_.'"" '1.. or CIVIL SV'L.' Cl.otlNG COITSIhRAND
YOU EVERY DAY toll FPi K tlIAIINING 511 RAILROADSIDING 1 1I ."
nom*, I Mr no I- N. N'W 155115015 1105511.ry -
*f UMH woohly povKMo Trolnlo" lontoo. Ill w I LOT 5.115 ",lit 151 uSIp 11.,1. .
-
until it ii rented: proMrlni to your moll horn llm ChoM MrMwtdoro :" It. TocklomHHt. MAVI lOTM COWMrClOt tat wilts 105515 l'55. lain, Vllllty raN IS Html for S.I. II N..INN Sole ;

own ...... For kito r m 11 .hwrltat : HIf.H SCHOOL 1 rUroo1 ...1.... Will' croc* Will,.*. Ill Jant Nlga Ir10115 wsedod eemrr'" let A '"" '
0.'J.> -. ITM Mokhtt, AmorltM In* hi coll tonnt. Olv. Mllolo 1SAL SOY AT I\Z..II"\ OPEN HOUSE IIUINi AltU fin "* r."T11 IIIm ,..MAT
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in* DOWN will buy mu 1 Immoco.lh ..., '
rotlltoro nun for .. ACIII WOOOIO SIOMISITS15111155 control and alp cwi*.. or fc .
My onnnt-i
IS: PER DAY JSI : lei ooilitont. tolory kno on W" II Town 511 ....... I Hr.im |i, koth m.,./. will-in kltctwn lcd sae mt oa. JIM LAST
...lIIk.,_ law wolltKotlont, Estate Exam /' ry homo Scaled M Its NW toe.IMCIOUI It of OMCIouo II"... "_ Itvo I b d-1 M'n/Vrown sums .w
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d I Mr mo. II.n Pam Myi Pint NMOh IT**, RALPH A. 0511'1' .NeMr cor 1115 seer IIM' o*. hoe*, h) ai11150; ., kilt '"
W.nto1LABORERSPLASTERERS NW 4N It. Call 17W717. III W. U."' A.. 17111 I kotframi rt .tolllntOMnry It, c:1 Irom M Vc5,4.utday Trmt. woltar Inc fhltli -
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with ft Lout
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per tM- 0.01'par toy *. Apply ot H* fell.INSUSANCI MWOnt on* ol IN ALIPITIMi Sara... mrt control ....... Mmh I""' ...... Inc. hoi rdurno ..
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ADJUST III. all II.... wllll == P., > VMrt In* yl.u iKOto ol Ills NW till Av*. to NarHlwotl volnotylllo.
.I til w. Unto. Ass. Ills. 55 c eel ., UJ.WO. < I
ptr_ nv. .*!:i' Mr MyI ....,'-' lolnd Yul will c... / PR .-. 105.1571 500? I ,oM, 5I lsp55 JOHN I "kotho imMllovoM kMroomk ItarOMOOKO. _gh no 7.tm 5 r I1f.ONI. WITH '" .rAN
: alas? /rolls N cot.72oWf .... .,......... 4.115. wolnut ponolln. tlnifloco.on .
/ krlck front = :
4 I par.33. pr _days :\ ... SON. : 2J Spalsl. ....1... ooMtllul Ion In N.WlctKn MERRILL many, "'..,. othor .......... PARRTsHPRESENTS Rol piouor walls. ....
+ locoto Mloconl to city Imllonl tarmi oro your CoU To".... Non to
i J! Mr.m*._ an por'oy S515aing ....... Pordyco-irt-ilM.
SERV1CI CALLS IOOKKEEPING llmlti win' Panel! Mwtr. formico CIII....
Air CondltionlrtRolrigorollon 1 city ...,... Alto Ur.o ten anal. REALTOR I leddld lawns .!
per "'l.nn Mr gay SERVICE' $72.20' NUIUAL
Mrvic ."'. M W01lo 5.11 Ivtt I mllOt M./tl" L1.II. I I' 'boroom horn lo Pill 515. CM Air' ctnltlnln
I Mr tqt ..n 'p.r lay ,. Controctor north *t tporry Down Mirmonton Mali PN l '"4 t* Khooll I Lorgn tot, Mw lawN.
Any mok or rmdol window 2t Pasts IlslptsNle t.rm. arm1050d.MxemS Aff50l.witNareNllS I I vortauo nwihon I ilnonc MRPfCT AND '1IIV4". tocotoon ::
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w\H v AV''I' TRACTOR till V. o McCoy l-riot w: lurthonnon Mess "'. o hit tor IIJ.MI. Call 'liowoo. nil ottroctiv | bo* $16,350 $18,075 :
mroo. AIM we deal riootonPkone CULTIVATOIII. '1'" Call IIAUTIPUL I[ Poryc*-V.IUo. taom 15.1N" kon<* .. J and 4 Bodroom Mod.li
MT ft. 13.15 Mr My Paint lot 55 n
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all IX SALT chlli N. Wn' Stn l01I. u. 4 wilti. 5551 Wool_I Proncoo Houh Stroh OouMMMultlpW kWroom, InvnMloro occuMncy.LACK .
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SUN RENTAL ..., "It W. 11010.. ITtllMTHIIIt ACRES I wonMrlvlly
horoo 0" Parry wMH _
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w SSI N11nfS, MoilbM. prk rut kulWInf* kuilnoH nxolloni on* ta KhMIl sod lISA NOwod sc110.1.INIXPINSIVI ,
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lit NW '*m 55. A .
SHOP THE REST Carpet, wolMnWno* ,,,. with .II lit 505111 1111 tol.ll5 N = I korMm, ..1_ oJ ........ Rimt. tyor. =
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.. ...hw._. f1 li owl, krottoikor 545 Sews 115 55175 104 C"I.7ID. maSnry llmlti. I toft Nu Illy Illy ... ...... ::
\ !UY. AT NORTHWEST .0 PITS .SU"LIQ t '11. I *.. controlh ARNOLDREALTOR only.Sd .IllotT iollltfJ4wwt IIILOVILV
..,. 51,0551.. palls v K'NuN -,
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5145 l whit oon* ......... *H* 1_ room wr.il, knci. coionloikomt ACRII WOOOIB LOTS
1 FR 6.5080 soaped tot All* .1_.. hook ipoclou SIPS chormlnilt kl OMOIItnl NW McolMn. RR
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I MALE CHIHUAHUA Woy M pwrchoi wlrh' moitirhomo Study.parals Olnln room ,
Ifl .11IIII ... IM och. Coil m-tiM .'". II 15.Ird. Call Mr Mtoiii (II Mhlrolly hoohM aid OlrcoMHUno LARGE 4 BEDROOM M.M.PARRlSH
' : 1 1. MylIws ws.sMw Coll. ITI-Utl. Pour kotfroom I "Mltii, ..".. I INC: i
V u" GINIVA M *.*.... Hoom, control hoot .
; ... ..n II-PUPPIfi 515,015 will WW I III 50,11. GLADYS SMITH 015 sIr conltlonnf I In |wth 1927 NW 39th Dr. :2
i 011. ACC roglitaro chom. 515115.1... 1101 .. Thi'* homo h hunt HIM
rI : ....... ... coil Vt-Oti .5/. T..", Realtor Slid yip *l* slid will ouommo.Mto )7 .797ltooulliut =
; 1 I P. M. 5 bt lomlly, lu JOt.
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01_ II wkt ..., houM Car. lot wLoko Omvo vW.. Vlrilnl' ......, Ctrtlln' seas 519,000TMm H. WAVNI MILLCAROLYN KlrkMtrkk awl .
2 St.'I,..*. wrm.* and hoollhy. 1 I* homo, I "kotnt. fanny' 1.1* Ann |loohomIIM ....,..... S "MM Mme. c_ POOlfyMIIIN INr51t of MmM motL Pjr.OM Cokwlol ;;
..* with lovln* c.... Cal 515 IKrtnf ..... w. lroplot' *. Ow. W. Unlvortlty' Avohm Sell Mal. ICrI0Md ens New ORAHAIMWARY Ityilnt 4 koOroOlB tkotho ::Ii

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I who. 116 W oochN } BEDROOM Sass oPMrlwiltv Will PM's 7t)47l 1.1tI MMlntmonltio
\ ) 1 tun. couo. I7H'''. Just Illto. HIM froM bMutlhil WOMf front
do* roll oMt four WAtIl PSONTCars. :::
lows. I. 'H"nc.:1 nom* to MtyMTt IsiS tar vow
$1228. FEMALE BOXER I ml. N. ""on ppaaloul l .... 1 ....... I IOIH and ':..: : 0510550111 5aiM *.. ItIW. IIOIINION NH' 5N I
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SO WHY PAY RENT 3. ; hill kolhl, H IIKhM/ WnMc I Sldrwm. I"5.M Mme M sms MOTyciMtom hMlu'M
aiw uonllly Ovl cry H tat* Iron many NOl54 N "5511154 550 5r.
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I LAYS $ Cite? out the Closets & Utility! Rooms! Now-Pick up extra CLASSIFIED rath. Person to parson ADS ad. ore for non commercial men telling merchondlie priced

1 10 4 LINES 3 at bring$100 quicker or less action.with the telling price stated in the ad. No additional coin for ads that require the full 10 doy, No refunds for ads that



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


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.. 4( Unfurn!>no4 Apt. SI MI... Reshal.WAREHOUSE 54 ........ Rmrili 34 Huta.oIsoId. Gsodo

a ,. IXIRA NIC 2 .... Mtllor B< ,.' FOR iTORI & WA EHOUSItoece HOLLYWOOD doubt bid withllmmon 0.5 McCOY'S
ii If. Kitchen equipped, AvoneMe '01 PJCNT IM MONTH cm John Merrill.! Realtor tprln** and m.II..... <:.P 551
j : 1tiuiiij1AH WA ) PF2itbI Oct. ll Call ,. ..1197 tttila 37< *7 174-Msg :171-1414 an _., kltchm taNs with lour tll//'
... ':30. ... MACOMAHOMES
TRAILER FOR LIASl, 1500 ... ft. Mile and .1. MO. :XH>*

i : .. A CTUATE..ONU.s_ CCI DUPLEX kllchanllv4Vf '0" SIN SPACE ...-... IOi per me. Concreteelk. 'OR PALl Wing chair ritiotmlil.rvi .. :Dtvt1Mtlll Cs'.
ACROSS .RE.t1II Y717d111n5 em. n, M MONTH "building' food location" end Small blue slIp-can.
,. 1.Ireacb. U.ReIr !1.LitjI. 4Vf ml. from town Cool location ; Newberry Treller Park, dimly ef ..."' ..... CM ALA. and choir lath to good con*. tUMW It*IlHllfNawly INC.
E. I U '" I for .... .
I : E. I. KAt! children. 175. Cal OOIW_ Pie. 354.CIbA CALl 3764511P5bGlOAlRl
: 4.C rdeatool29.Short.7.Conun Il30q. S1ALTY. ASIOCIA'TIO ..._t.. .... cat- ,
butdel rIIIct. I. II 'f t N T II 0 TRAILER LOt for costS 3354. P.IFP.IOIRATO 1cu. 1050"kcosdittossd wiSh. THE 'JEFFERSON"Charmingly

: > C" el t R S e. R 0 47 HMM I., Rant ,.... len 110'. lit...,. ON Arcban. lt. 4 yr*. .M. UN with lyrguaranlaa. ssodasis
Suit kltc.. fulltnttk
a Iou SI. Woadnc,, U,. 37Ko. 54 .11II.- CellICUSI4IONID :37MCT.p "
'a. 11. Ainagen Fuummct H.LU-c4. E. ,., 0 E. sMALL i IS CCSileclrlc OpJi155J545p IOPA AND CHAII itntmt parch ISO calonlol ..'01....

: 13. EdibIs 35.2OOOIb.. II e I I) t. A R A L II bIltIwn, ,...... .and SNA Wanted Te Ree 1 0'" I T AllII VOUNGANO ..cillnnt e..... with sIlpcovsrI.Ho. feat tram "' 44,'. Undinfm Oils homa.far la gfaclou tlllad with_,convanlMcw _-.
TV lII'en" no NW 31th PI.J7.,37. O.OWIIIIO USINIII In G.I_ 37MH1: sIlo I P M. Ukt Sa... ,.. $1950.
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Foni1 .
36. ", living." Nottta the will
A NAP HREB bodroom, [ oath, com. .111. a..1I1III1I 131.001 _
: rungui + r-tt t-r-Ii$4i1 .,. ., turnltnad 'M good N. W. II....",.. In ...... 12.,011I aivoa10 T-A-0 APPLIANCES uSpOIil.d wo'k.... with
: 14.014 sad sfc- TEll D V. V A u !. TWO bodroom. _.. furnliKed oruntumlohad. or I. W. A.... till to aGO perme. Iv 6O.a. 0.1..11. ..... Tattoo aIM Omronto laundry, kitchen, and pantry

: :. eraiceL 37. I( t II E. L E. G A '" T or Joe Ootkln loa Prink Dickeron Ltko, COM Carolyn Pooloy ,. ti P.o a 15. HeroIC 39.Haiai.gud PI..ld.. Orange _J37ler/P. "H II W...... .. I.. RonoM 1nw115215p "' 1It1f.1 .kerne hilt! touteW There' are Well bodroomo f,
I D L E.. T. R 57 Wu0anw Irons tlS usI with wtttwidlng chtwtlocllltun '
: _. 16.Charld **.Jot 1L1 52 ...,.... Wasted WANTED Used D..... 1,515 lit upI riving wi ..". plua two full Iliad
.. Limb }:?. atorwort SOlUTION HUTI.DAYS Puzzia 41: Haute* far Rent Unlure.AVAILABLI add end-end ...."wheT-have- '.....'...r... icon ItO upI ,.tie ssd hss scriosud baths and atporata -' .

IT.HalfacoreHandlei ROOM and BOARD you? Cam by see KM tier M II TV DWnmhora toto from Icon IM 115 u up. ,...... ,arch. 111II. ... ems 'ki the matter ...IIe. It I I"I
: Fr. $. Ane ilaveir.Tcnnll NOVIMBS I Clotn room horn cooking" mold ill NW ills Ave. Permorly Irenti, his a formel. living room wllha
19. Number Hoary I I*. I both Plo rm. dining' ervlce.. 217 I w. :2nd Place.GsIu.svIII.'s now PaulineC.ll 17MU*. JIM 110 VOYLIS a'-IANC& CO. fr.cl.in .".1 lnrmant. ..*) uporilt dining room ,Iu. a
HW lilt AvIPh. I711J03
SO-ThiLtoii11 44. Morning poplar| rm, H.., .Khooll Nl Mellon. COIN' : knutlful .." .. furniture.om. lomlly room wIlls a fireplace
a I5OlitUt5 stroke Clll Mr.. Toylori 571-1: doylr All WANTID *f which k and. beautiful cherry. paneling.
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Courtyard end
: .. 21. Abandoned 3. ._....___ 17KOH evcnlngi.MODIP.N 51 OINct.D Space foreign iiKnrotollon DISCOUNT .. My The "L" .h... of the route
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Wit. proof ton end .
45. Sleep .. ISIS nay r. too
.. 23. Eipoun 4. Foiiciilv 1 IP.. IH '.Tiii"iir9: hell with in attachod two car garage
a dollon.MML PRICES
houieiS.Thlnkl acraoned porch. Now tlr.conditioned .ICU.ITY ..UILOING"OS fan tram Ik* c.I.... .* end rear patle will
14. Small dv* DOWN ptonoui at Ml NW range Mill Tar. w. U.I.lty .... PIntO dale TAMP 4 COIN SHOP We undarsall N.W. I ltd Av. Shows make a delightful place t* I
iverybody.HENORIX
: 25.Rus&Ibot I 1.Chalrmsni ... Madeipeecbei ..... Ollice. Space. AI' ....... .lma.to. Hit W. Unlvertlty Avo II...
37van by .1 .
mallet 10. Withdraw ::17..1731 04-sIneW punhlrg. J...".. .ppolsmenst PI.
4411 NW Sills
: JUlie 12.: Social Nrvlce avaIlable. Call P5 #6406Or <2 Mecfclfwry > Tae* FURNITURE CO
: 2.BR BRICK HOMEPOP.OYCI Ps ."10. NW Sill. A... at ton, W. *

a I (/ 1J[ I' 7;. ( I' eT Roman cl.'n Call :374000.IVIAL' elly. '101110' Rant 175 11II. TWO oftlcti |lasS complitd> lInsIclass. OMPLETI: Include tow wood saw work, bond mop, "eew 2J. 43.505 toad rslslgsratans lor 5015.h0II0 W* h.T kulMlp-1 kg. Th. Charming
$ ruin :JM It, to ouch altlca, RANCHO GRANDE
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.. 171 drill prtn, and Jointer.planner. m.J007. Mr*, ra *
9\ : II 1& 'J :21.Violation ol roll .1 this ablracblc.Itm. U.'U'"I.homo".... fer loll par NW.montli AlIt II.aach.. NationwideImuranca LooMed Thoto !\* mod only Mny kooutlful kama w* 1 bodraomt I betht ..."" .
laws I >. Call AH tibias family room, living room dining .
k ASIOCIATIl INC. FH 11514.Contact : wwU Ilk. to show ... !
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ford: a motori .Iudodt4
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0 .'AL TO. UNUSUAL4Iodroom.2.eth room, oak powet flw 1 >
: 2 OPPICI' DOWNTOWIII .
; Ste iwt.Alcoa
: M W. Un''.. :171.1131I dram 111330414. pOOOI 1010 I
:23. less PierS 55115111 ParK. .......... GM*
j : iT Splda trap I I*. t both ...... In NW tec aortal Douojoi IOI N. Let MI .,,1, Ik* pruf.*. 001. 52 I
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--II :Spiritual lion IIM: ptr m*. Gladys 'mll Main It. Oalnatvlllo, ".. :titMM FlINCH "ovl..loI enreup.pitcher ......1 iMKk to yvr rejl 4325NW,
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teller I2N W. Only. A... Phon botwaan I:N and I. 1714741attar 5lolsrd 0..1011 atrll botakid HOME "
torpor I **..t. tratiMclimt. "PLANNING TO WlLD'Lit
'o': I71SJH.Imoll I. .
: 26. and chaIr bsulca.i $SdI$5.dI.
Quota Dc.cis Phoyls dill.. tabs., WI Suburban Hticjhti '
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: 'l"/ / IJ / a :37. Hindi DO m*. IM N. W. M Or, 54 luilnate Rml.li back theIr, audbys. what.:t ) Living Room ui give you on .,tl.
/: /. : 'l/ :28. Infirm DOOM N. W. nor KKool 112000lar. and bowl I tot, and sInce DInIII5 $15111S J.ck D* Yat. Rag. Iraktr rnote on contracting your

1 : ,, 30. Eminent IP.N. I 111100 P05 1525 0.001 "". If. lIOnS Mop Item*. 1U Noerly NW Ml Nu A...Pwnltur Phonoi7i4n M..,., .od..D..I"I 125 N.W. tills St. new cuirom home.
: .:, 11 'lII kcllalsq. W. Unl. .... PrIce bans .- Call Gerald McCoy
a 'l/ : l.I.oweut MARY MOELLER REALTOR por mo. Call Horthall Maytwo, FamIly Sm DaIs ,..... 172-2511 rRV.J,2NI.a
a j II JI IN" point Ml* W. Unlvtnlly Ave.PP. M 4-U4I *r .. ,. Mllall!, PP.a7S5l. : 0 .,.. lath lmi Day .
0 5.44715IMI'PUSNSIHID 1 FIREPLACES m Pulls. lutton Kltchon. fR 6-5015 or
e.- J2,Peace -
.;. --a 1 I* HOUSI, MALL ."010.... lor ....,. Hug tlraploc* In living" room Laundry and Utility slamS Sun Want 6-6502
.. r :I" goddcMJ3.Bdtgur UN NW Ird A... Lg. fenced DAN BYRD Hug 11..1_ 'In family tcroonod-ln Iwlmmlng Pool. 81 Office Loc_ et
back yard WIth bulIMn lor 14pit. Wall-ta-Wall Carpal
room Kllchon feature builtIno m Get Results I'
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376.8268.WAS5IIOUI N. Nab Itnet aiM Urd llvd.
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J1 Ill.-> 36. DoIly Avelleble Nov I for 1100me. pantry 'laundryholf Contra Hoof and ,
: lee owner lie Prldgm, nut 7MO "M. It. I In Hugh bttn. King 51.. moilorbedroom Air Conditioning. "
: 38. N..Guinea door .. ,,"u... Call 172-M4I ......... ,Induitrlol CrIbs far with, tlltdbath.
baautlfutly
4 ,_. I,..... MASON '
141 port '''' John M. Hall both hot hit and FRED
1. 4' ...... fee ReM ham I,. ., :17.440. or :J7M57e.
40. Damp wl her tIled vanilla Tw cargaragf.
: '13 .T Ml NW. MM Avo.no PHONE COMPARE !
chlllrNrllmottinlP HIC'l'U.IIIISHED .0011I ..... *. AM' now homo at 41M rR 2-1140- 2-1112
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115111151$ .. lows and U.I. NW. Ural C,. Call T. O.Zefroutr .
Apuliu'o..s. IO/I4 lor bu.I.on or grad 51501.S NEW cuitom SolIds PH Ask Ak.",t Our

I :_ .W ions $1. 17.....,. MODELS ..-. Tr.a1.-l PI.O) THESE HOME VALUES i
c BOP.OOM and private bath for

Mature parton, e....... IW mo.P.I. BEFORE YOU BUY
e X lo> I.,... Ph. '1 I."" '. New Opon

NICI COONS 010.0-In. 11.010 induobli. Dally IO-< BOBBY L ,

15 H..... for Sal IS H..... Ian S.I 42 farms t> Amuse ON ."HI palkln V m... 6raaI SAVE .
Antanni Suns. III II 2nd P1. TIll IMbowIng' irs .ow uindirCSSSIrtICI$5i
: MA"'IOII PACK; I PC. I Mihi. Tolls L5 lOt. a loll Do,".. "III JIll ACOIL II 11I11. lnmoGaInias.tIlls. _Call 371-2517. ell"llI aId isIluIspsrsry BRYANNow
fireplace, wired tar tteree. Prick m Hove with mitchln* doublaInk. I b.dnoan, "'=ma, I Irrlga* PUP.NIIHID ROOMS Ifs block I 50105 '''.I! atS ,...... illS WIll III rudy "
..14. UN dawn. 1701 NW Slit aeneld I ... P.m, TIll follow''"" ass r.adp lilt
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pantry Ig. faa Sytlans and fradedMia. irons ._"'*. tM IW M Avo. badnarm. bath" bock In Gainesville ..... for Kcupwcy ornil
PI. P.. 1J114 ,. wills flreplaca tot 'ki brick well, .
I or 1114. Irentage all I Includroad Call >>. .m otter I r.... Mol Pamlly roam*. '
e........ ly own., 1100 .... pick ad. Priced to erve you In all types 'n.
a IP YOU CAN PINe A IITTI to tell fait.POP.OVCI ludant only.NICI AH city oamamaMM anal tar* ....pj op paymentS 577 par 11111510. PS kat of r..razzo. 4 ..... .' ....... i
a wows roe IH.1M. luy ITI 'TO IUSINS$1 or 'O'ot.I.1I m.n. 2-kortli ..rt.i .. teyaf, ||]M dn.. 1100 N.W. 2ltk PI.
14010.NIW
a '. Wa da net beilev you con SIrS I ASJOCIATIl INC. MoSS $5 .....,. .m 545. 10 lII'ft.1m aautlhlly londxoood.Touontn 1144 pie mOo 11R., I battii UN ....., 1117
;, : a b.tlst kim. So, vase MOOIP.N IIDWOODII1500H7 kJIALTOP. NW dIll II. Call 3721154.P0l CimpIslely. diVest. Air DR LR Family riots 4120- 4121 .5i' 15051??. '
N.W. 1M
i anywhere In the Oalnawlll, aria.a month Ml W. Univ. :374-1734 001115011110 i'bS.Niells B fr T Terrazzo jukl ecrpart, MP.tf.1
Look .. thete looturaii $10501a 'NT.m and ..,.. All If I. 1111I SIegel IsN D,.
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11.1"1 lolirlum. 1J: : .r."d.::: $125 PER ACREW wIlls polo. balls. ., host. Cl kltc... full I IP., I .
Hose lot in tIW7. .. 0551 A 15050 T.II botht, tIll ... ., an 715 N.W. 361k St.
cousIN sersesed piers with pat.. DO,I. tltlnlMi Heel link.II Acre. IIJO el....... H mile SoasucabIl raIse. ; $510. '...... Company brick oo l la"|. la*. 1Ti par '. I 5.... t baths nee ....., 1117
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: ..er *nd la* barp ua Pt. Pormlca wok .,... Mghway frontage, ell fenced. .n.,.,. old 04. MIc."" ,, lIon.Cl. 371.7575CUSTOM N.W. 19th A... $1L,000. 41t5&4127NW. 19t1l ,., -....
: W-r. air cendltlonina. 30 In. Copportone rongo small tobacco and peanut al 2 OS NI Mi Dr. 10% tWi, $122.00 MfPMnlh. .
kitchen \\--r''l:: : Laundry "". edloinlng' kitchen lotment. Only M per cent down dill '.70i room tar km PR 2-0111 Dr.I .
dlihwMher end
,. thIs K reel IP., I both Ions
even and Terme I Pt glen I. window* a buy. HOMECOMING dn, 1742HS. I
ii range arrarmd.
a loKitlful wood paneled treot.Cerpart Call m I. W. tnd Place. Dir mu.
Muafi Idwordt Inc 17l>lfl
ANOll MAk ISTATI .
4c1 : ;H." ..,_. t both CCI; 1m NW nth and Tar.lioroga room PH 15400DON'T C. L. Angle, 011.. LIGHTIIOUSIKIPING room iitup- T.k. yaw ckak of a.... 5. 39th S. Norwood
tT .. trvrag gay 0 J Anglo, Aitociote everything fumlthod. Working I ) 90 ka.wrlt.il krickKlnt 5*.. 1 bath 1000 ..... IMIHOWN
: m pie m*:"ioof'w'ii'i: : inns MISS THIS 4404 N. W. tllh II. mm preferred. 110 week. Cell SI, m.

s _"" _.",_a.._. _ TRULY LOVELY HOME Phone J7457 '11 61761. ..,. 2m Now HomesIn >krrr kamai Hope .,

t PMA flncnclnf" with UN! down t* A' Malone 0.,_ 114 ", I. luolItof .IIIe .II.., I et Town price n- .Y AOVANCI '
r qualified purer. HI 1> par me, Campus on 441. I .55. I IIIth. eucodII 50 M. II. Home APPOINTMINT ONLY "H" Inc.' ;

: taller pay cleolnf' cotli a ",., I =. Io Dod. nor,. : cw: acm, I b, homa, good rood HOMI $9,000 to $30,000 IJ7 I. Un"'. A... _
T Satins, freer c.rparl, Cit Calla Prkod nib 1 mile WOOS 41 acrot Watt, "41 ir I w Moatil lOOMS lor Largo ." "
,. 1-44U PR 1-1111 .. II Ilko 'lunury horn ft* comfortable Paso far .1". Trade Homes
l/l-aail tar appt t* tat hue NW phone ar lIvable ... IM.OM. Near rent I lit with TV on polIsh* you
I laroa ..
WOODROW SEAY aelnmvlllo/ "' ... ouch. Ill coiy llraplaco lomlly. 4 4
a __lamTarr.noun kH. CSILI7S.S130 after I P. M.Flu ._ WESTVILLANW taw bails or PropertyALL
The' M..,., SolId o Acrot, Klncold rd near prepated > 5511104 I 0,05117 rOam, coonbry M M up living" room tomlty
P1 f .. POPJ IALC nil NI im Mwpping ."' .... I TSAILI* for rent, ..._ Itchon wllh pantry central Downon room, ,.,Ior. dlnMf. room f
til j 51S5.t$5M$1s.N.r4oa54tth on A.....' Rd. Porftct far tt.t* air conditioning, Custom. fl.. NoMonty dlnatta, ocroofMd porch '., .. .! -
a .. Hoar*. sea Pit rm. with II'. LASSITERREALTY MARY MOELLER REALTOR woo ,..... prlvecy. Open Oct. II. loris loP murvuluas lot kilchan 1* bam down. com.plttoiy OUtl lOOMIS All
v places partly tlr-cond. Clot, t*. ISIS UNIVIPJSITY AVI.P. 61 37..1..7. homo. 'In Wlmbarly" Ittatat, 16th Ao:, your air condltlontd all OPIN 'Olt'YOU TO IN. j
S I lies. lit ItIcol and.f I .
$ .:: =. 514,001 PHA tnincid.l 4-4471 N W. :lulls T.,., last all N.W. .111.1" appllmcotwondorfulpportunlly JOY MIINO' ANVTIMI IP
a )*tn A........ ot 37th St. for nlc* rooming
3740105.a 4 ACRES OP LIVI OAK HAMMOCK Mellthl p.pesos5sas hww YOU WILL JUIT CALL.
FOSTER ns goad Invnlmant forbutmatt
an Levy lake, II mln STEPHEN Lloyd Myrkk lulltfarapoolntmtnt .1
sit a. Clf AN I "' Irama an :17MM little proporty Lot ap.praxlmotoly .
from Mod. Ctntar H e.Oladva .s .
a allude let. Cli win.,, $11.4 I $5511. Imlth Ptoltori HEIGHTS li*' a ise'-phon till: 1. dIll (TP.1ITP
LotSSuIlu.iblockstnowUnlv.: DISTINCTION a charm 'In thIs i w. univ. msan $56.00 convtrMtlon twcnury tIns 1 ,. I-WI *r '1 4-7tII
AOL but Una Only ing down modern ipilt level ....... Hill- locotod ot N W. :17th Plan t4th I 1\\
and ill monthly: Imnttdlofo I oegupancy. .., tol. Llvlngroom withglau I 40 ACP.I1 ml.i W'at Alachualarn. i II. Now brick hornet. OldIe I > 4 ...-_ Madali I. WALTER STUBBSInc. Several Raw kamel raajjy -.
a : to* if at 1JJ4 II MAV wall 1 panoramIc .10*. wall taotle lank. AlA construction. Pick your awn .-, .rnr- I
a *. Phono PP. #7lfO. N.., W.._ Llttleweedtchool oiKtrlcily phoMt IllS per ac,.. colons etc. VA I PHA Ttmt SHADOWLAWN fan lmmdl.Hl acospiacy. I
0 I..., I belhi. Ultramodern .2.1.$ allar I PM. ISTATIS '
ill wllh aIr conditioning' 'land. GAINESVILLE'S
a Kipad and SOur optclal I'I**. Ml. C lomlly room. Wall -So ACRES ky F. D. OLIVER THE JAMES CO. I ,

so -. 'PH, Only t air cant down *ndminimum ta wall corpot throughout.el 114,000.Reallotlcoily Call,. NIAP. Nowberry, portly cleered.UN Capitol 5u11J..., I... OPPIP.INOIndividual fhon. 37<-5394 'oi w.u. m.Mm .
priced '
coil Cell p44147 t* par acra holt caols llyla Par Vw YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITY
: '. OM M mi NtrthHit 7th Ttr- 171-1121 $. I. OAPP. 55110 1tH.wDo NW. mil Place C Sits ItroalCM o WIll plonnod 'living ..... 172.2)27 : .
,,,, I7MMI IT InHTM ... Ivanlnfli' I7244IIxild
Quality ,1.
: rota.CCI PINLIV ASIA ThIs dutllty A workg "W. trod homti" [
2 HOMI. I..., I lATH built home ho. lull bout *vrythlng IllanitlIp .rg WKlNftkarrf BY
Trevene ...... VN! down pay you could winS In a A community you WWW, k* Hwnaj
sal ,par me.otot banns Locotlon. Prettlge Neighbornoad 41 Cal.... Psipidy proud I* llva InOrlv
a NW Slit Or. all Itttl A... Ouoilty comtrucllen NEW Wall an NW. lilt BUTLER BROTHERS
Charm I Workable.. Plo, *ln. MOMIi POP1 PALS A... past She Cjlon Iprlng' .... I II
: STOP, LOOK, LIVE liupllonolly beoutlful' Iredlllenel I I I bid......, II 14th It. kMb Fireplace, Home tortactien. ... tlgn M lft I

Ii so HOP ky MM N. W. 14IH Ay*. ond Llvlngroom with llroeloc 4 a.., ball down pcytnent, looutllul' now wild brick I 1 It 1044.
I peed Mil NIW ..........1.... PRICED BILOWCUP.P.INT monthly peymtnla. 117 t* Mi bedroom I both home ..ulll.In .
: i.1., Illn Cl = wiSh coo MAPJKIT PO* QUICK Alto home. built on your M
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Seal and I Oor. IALI ....1111I1 "n...,.... CelliTiini. with lie down ,..,..,.... Ph.PR evon with end range. Double cor.port See Gainesville'sBest PALM VIEW ESTATES$16,000up
curved drive
aaModlown.
New Brick Homes
: / aaou ream*, tMic"t: let. Vw Ltrpa can t:: 11. 1 walk fa Ktieoia. Clot

.In luniry stow LACK ACP.II an Oddness of LOTS I. Mod Center Un"' Im.modlot h
: for *:I'a""h' '' 400.a diilinctlonLaraa 1 : I lath I ano "; id I Iol Is bevIes Hose. MCuptncy wItS Small BuilderI
.. Call ui new tar eottllt with large 1.5.05, attach.H Ito II the eliOt peice. Call down payment PHA, ... downeovmtfif Home Value'
garage panelled familyroom 273 4111. VA Locoted lot N.W.Mm .
FURNISHED ft 4 bodroomw ullHn" ditchan
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lacellent choice for MOVI INIM itreet.ronror. ........ .... VA I
... baWl ... Owner I. naat n*
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a CeiIy karolsilid I I cullve or protntlon* m. I
Ilteni r..r"-:' 5. r".II.,. ...Iou. I* toll batons Jon. mmo CCI Low I down bodroem....WLo., one bath..,. doss 1015-00 payInslI.cloting P0 coh. Crow. 5725 LOW FHA. DOWN PAYMENT i
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Only pan Call 171-1521.
M N.I. 13th Terr.McCoy -
_lit. lie SIlls Airnuc* NOTHING DOWN VA
a Ills PollS IIDP.OOMI 'In PInley' area lullden.day Cplt.l ..11..... I.... -"The Milton"I ,

: : UNIVERSITY Call Sail 171-1111.location ly ...... anly. 17071Hnljnto 174111 NW. ONI fit.souls.. t DAILY Mb llraatOPIN $100 CUiln, Ct tALL t


.' REALTYMil sill DOWN I top.. 171 par m*. 41.1 COLORED RIHTAISNIC ,..... 171.7171 Call aTMMI ar 3747756.

i PIUS lout t Ins. II you con quality I
far PHA lunliont I ... fratiiiy paint*, haute ... Nl .1 4 FULL BEDROOMS CITY SERVICES
N. Met'* It. PR OT-4151
so horn tltuded en emotionally tilt A... with t.lra M. Only IIMeown
W. M. Munraa, PJatltarAmi ... meet
a pjgwi*
putty pine ohodtd lot with goodlendKOpIng balance eaty peylnanbo.Call
: I.Roy I.McCenn McLauehiln T. C.Prank Douiloi Reay. Neor public a puracHlal -. :375.15* Ivivrliu .p.rtmont knll1l*| a .. S OVERSIZE STORAGE ROOM 'FERN WOOD MANOR i
IC ..I.. $111,00 Oil 17IJ1I. -;
Jr.fuol NOW RENTING LAKESHORE -' I
Z III THISI 'XTUI. ,. ... COlCeiO ultra madtre I lit du.pin g RICH WOOD PANELING ,
S lank. IH _.... arlck polio! IIIICOM' I ..UIIIIIIIIO'I'OIITUNITIII .__... Santo linIng' end
: pawed yard near oiementory and dinlnf' *... mortem hltchon wiin TOWERS '12,250 up
lunler hjh ichaal tcraonad AM u. .IIOU' ....... Ian. "lore twaoe ckwett tarraii S TAPPAN BUILT-IN OVEN AND
a parch.bTyw. 1 1*. t bath, in* down HoArt, ttia botht, tpace hootor -
I gueiity PH'". toe et fit II IT'I DIAL IITATI CALL and hot wall hooter, loonK NOW LEASING RANGE

_Nl_rot"_Ave.McKINNEY. lIon Ito *11111 5aollIo52, lIst $400 DOWN FHA
378-1521 ed ttroal lee et NI Itthor NOTHING DOWN VA
: <. lull for appoMtmonl mta I CONVENIENT LOCATION
\ ., l .im. $100 CKNln Cnt.
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: GREENDEATON 104 I. I. lit II. 44 Coft.... Ito Rent $ vr6 ... .. .

: ..ALTO" 1.1.1111" ", LItlIni I l". ,'''''*. far ting It pononr Only 92.47 per mo. FROM /J PER MONTH I

IT ...1 It***. UtkanteddII .....It. hot and cold ....,
a PRICE Incluood 1 In rant 4 Ml. Car
: SACRIFICE < nacattary. WALK TO SCHOOLS
I. Attractive hem with I ... t eelht, I,. ACIS CLIAn" LOT IN MIL. J. $. Klrkpatrkk Aon.tv. I HA. INCLUDB PRINCIPAL.
II N M.m It. Can ITIKM.I .
PMld roam ouiil In ranee and Sons .Ua. ball an tr tan
a ; PMT) In Nortnweil c''rlt' annlltlll ii equal. ..1... Call fllomJ. ... fumlthod cottage, no pelt, INTIRIST. INSURANCE AND TAXIS.) .
S Mutt ea laid wilckiy I IM e lId."". JW7 IW A.....' p.d, 4 II. Irkk Front Celoiiieli. New .
: ...'. Pit 1-343) r fI..hl.1

I J.S ACRES Real Is.... Wantedacret NOTHING DOWN VA Price, $15,825. $625 *

jvat the .Meet area In Narthweit hcation > ACUA"I WANTED. II to 300 4S '_1.... AtIa.lOV.L. .
: beautiful _',.... part ar all In pattura.Mutt .
tar a Pr0C small CanoN willS .,
i$100 aosma COSTS
Near apartment elrsond IMvidtd
JowT-Jutl e and..t...privacy",.. City- LI... be ..ell....' ...V. Write _.... Hot cod cold ... "* "
0 .boo 403* car at tun. leer
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th and an a peuee DIRECTIONS
LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE :
reaiitik lnvetiia $ thlt lIeu 41 farm. > Sb Call PS .1471.I Drl* We* .. ,

iraaarty arre you buy Can AcreageI ."P0514- aPT. Dopias. .... .. I e Swimming) Pod t) RMnajttoe RdMi 16th A.... Tusn'

: P* tMlr.LITUIWOOD. ACP.lt hwy, tame,*,_limber' Well, 11pavad *.*. 10101." .c..or.i't-IOJI prs5nnad, 253.Nw C Acre .1 Wen Ore*** e Central Heat Hif WaRd (suit Manor left on Jtth St.
all I 00 P
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He tone Oaod tacolion HoyHone '" 39th
; 1 This n a line home hi eli MlkjcailM Itork ..... IMM PPICIINCy_'IL Piano APAOI$5sSr sia.jsit. ;:-1o! I 0 Star... Laekan C 6.ek.te Dtejfj Chaste or Terrace. I
LAKE OINIVA MOTIL
Mont dmr I. the e Pv.J r.rki f Ataa C lrkd S>d>w.lkl
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neon Central heat I ulan. .w50o anly. 65alOy o'nraq r I
P acre aim Mr watarfrent Plow .
0 .54. Much aotlrod Mlahbir.jmd. moo en '11. turn Avail.t. Oct.
The bus left town home end I turn vnllt. Wills' PS .-. PHONE 376-4456
owner
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dacsd$55n&0CMWP0 Wf fUlVl MANY MOUI1TI .16504 II 00dm", a. wecN.r FOR PRIVATI APPOINTMENT W :
i tlnancod InvatMfat* "'I. preparty POH THII TIPS OP malofdcsopls.32L5' ,,' .
lofore buy Act new- 114 Haw Serial
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H.CRAWFORD. 2104 S.W. I. ST. UI HWY. 441 BUILDERS I

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mi AIm 3e .
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ITINGAY" IHI Isl..wr _II, 1110111 570.
9m HIM windnr mlt. cMkHtiw. ELLA'S CERAMICS 151111.01 e...... 11.5.
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OKANO PRIX PONTIACS.l
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13. .- .17JI Meat DESIJ 371.535 st5r 6 .M. Before
Nil wm. 0$. TOIL LAMP COKVAIK' 4-dr Rldl 4 .hMfw you
ilLMIIZI SASY '58 PLYMOUTH FURY mIl "..... TrM* tor r> 4
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Hif mumno VI end. 0115 111051515111141 WOa K4M. ..Md MKdL PMWt.ffM tr* elll P It HMIWANNA Go See The ALL 1964 MODELS
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M. Coil 3513211.VOLCIWAGIN SAVINGS
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ML win. coMtMi toontm it t tm 45,111R MW H mta.. punt I
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DUO TMiUM MIATIK WIT Metric UMmMMr II. f "
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ODDS AND ENDS CGMKITl "' _.nI (qu_. INS 'IMPALA Sops iMTt 4 MM*, Roflitor for thee I 400 "'I..... ,.1.| equipped oxcopt sir AVE
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I SKINNER'S"AI.'AIIK TIIAIURI, CHEST _Cm,oct lit L. 551,1 R. H.II'.... iTl>>":, tMWT BMIIT Call." 'Ka' .it krMiM- ;7. rM.*. V.lu Rated .410 hMter.11I1. contJIHoiior. List orko S3SM. .

OAS ji7 iilp\lI-iAlI 57.1313S 5.511177.: PI.DUO.TNISM. FOR"" SAL.-'41 *dr PI7nwMiw; ; UstdCan '63 VALIANT itdooo' |*AC D.I".. 4 ..., ..eI.. De", ..

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CHI 17MM4 c.I.ON11v5 Is 1n-.77I. u.t JS14. . .
from Ila 5 I .... Plow 17N167. J: :a e e.
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wd cMIrRicllMn Is V.5. Mil ... 114... liootor.
Ml COLD DRINK fix .r.IARADIO UUf Nl/hrm recD,5 mw $551 IIMk CldlllMM' 63 VALIANT .
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Impwt BARKLEYMOTORS ,
Mdim uwi C.RIiCcisdu1s.", m.J9:1t: : 5, 376.3588SIN w.nsmty. s ? .

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swr N.5 5.. fyM5.s M w -. Good dNMIdINS 15.5057._ TIME 04 JETSTAR sir
1611.1'1II. Fotroty $
m.. k.ls.5. 136. M- MM '. JAA4
top OnlyLA M/NNW. Ave, .='''- 101 W. If.*..FORO.. aw I 1551.DR. NSMr.51 1.SW1IsI1 I.. Used FR 21411CounnvOt '63 PLYMOUTH =:. ... Ugh* w... Irwtf MW. UM 4UUX

,'U H"'H. Vary ......., ... Ml1,1nankN Bargains'' 15_..5115...._Tor.Cift Ktytlm III NM 5111 II 1311 0PM minion, ..di.. hMtor. pew.r iftON $1995 '04 OLDS Dynowlo SI to*.. NcHry
tampsrt.li.l olr "
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J 37.135. Ivtry (fflc* nwcMiw m A.w h. MItII M. It /50 A.11GAINESVILLE 141. .
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'J.k I OWN and Slaws IIMM motor MV" w of Will tpMrlunty M wry Mod condltKn. clMD. tnt F. 4 .1411 Id.
n nmir. Ki. III NW MM AM. 550 IvMKrHm 151511.14 and panNISIl. 5151.11.UI 1..w wNSIN$1. PksssA.ett '62 PLYMOUTH :
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lilt 15111., Iwcy twjr., Mnu.MM oa\ typs N151g55m1M. 61 VOLKSWAGEN SIMCATt
i .11 wiesilNaCNnNI.. NIASONASLS. MISt ... ..... -- 515. ...*...... Pl.Md1Mldwll .... ; Real $
y' = O*. k.lVK M'e5 *r OUAHANTIIOUN1VIH5ITY OFPICI IOUIP tot ..*. ,.| irMI .4151.CORVAIN .... I kt ||MA nwr M Mtn Dct 62 VOLKSWAGEN 1245 "' De vu", '".
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lii 171_ IM Md itumi .... KII f $1295.ewer 100% "IN"' . . ..
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Men, ki urn .n"M wen. DOOOI.DART D11ua1 ..... 5.111. '11II. IIIVI ."u ".... 4 duo light blue ......... WIII'2195.
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Idntt r Hofc IrM* kick.Mvt $1595
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ton ...... 15 ........ .. Y. SWISS muolC.050Ns4111MNWar 11511.ULI / $1295 ctM. 1r
dins, mindfc Me. A* IAN. .l MUSIC 170,11 /1
f. wn A MynwiH. Oil W. Unhwtlty.* V-l* CrMNmtntgtr Am.r "I N lit SVM .. 61 VOLKSWAGEN I '$1245 '61 PLYMOUTH2.roHimllilOH =.+X195 ....

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I t JiMC in, pii7'Sharing ,: ;:; \Kids Can Vote Nov' 3-- 'Toastmasters Slate MeetingThe ;:


But For .Books,- ,Not MenThe I second meeting of the

I Accord As Strike Hits Santa Fe Regional Library p.m. In the Gainesville Library; newly masters formed Club will University be Monday Toast-at F1T
Is highlighting both Book II also Included In the celebration the,University Faculty ctub.Temp"ary .
"y- Week November 1-7) and Elec-
( of Book Week. chairman Dr.
:DETROIT (APProOt) 'at AMC-will again be extended ., American Motors Is the fourth tion Day with an election of its I Smith said membership Is open
wring unique In the auto I to the firm's 27,000 UAW and last of the American auto and Invited Interested personsto ARKE
industry will be carried forward -represented workers. makers'with which the UAW own.Boys I attend. I
and girls In the hr>> VOTE,
by a new American Motors Cushman and Fraser declinedto has to complete agreement on The group will meet every ..w.rNtrir
served
county area by the library -;
Corp. and United Auto reveal details of the profit.I new national contracts. Con- n
/ will vote to elect the HAYDONBURNS Monday at 11:30: a.m. at the
Worker agreement But this sharing agreement. These will tracts were settled on the na- gion's favorite childrens book."I Faculty ctub.'WE. i e? 00 0
accord ,was reached too'JaleeDeIay be disclosed later, Fraser said, lonal level with General Motors
to. avert a strike at theNegotiators Just a day earlier, the UAW's Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Elementary school children I
(fan. 52-member negotiating committee ;Chrysler!. Corp.Unsolved who visit the Gainesville library .
removed profit voted continuance of profit local-level Issues during Book: Week will find a I GOT a- a-
storing as a main stumbling sharing was a "strlkeable .is brought. about the UAW's 22- special ballet box to collect'I OPEN 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
block to national labor their votes. The results will be
I a new sue. i General ALL-FLORIDA
I contract at AMC an hour after a Profit sharing had been worth I Motors day-old which strike against has Idled tome announced after ,Book Week.A II GOVERNOR $0.810, NEW LOW PRICES
VA W-tet strike dead- 1
midnight six/ cents hourly 'per worker 300,000 of GM's 350,000 employesacross special story hour program ,I. Adv.
1' One.) Pickets began parading since the UAW won the plan at' the nation. Only (2 local friday November 6, at. 1:15 I _._ 'CAUSE WE PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
of AMCs Milwaukee and '
front AMC,in 1M1,Fraser saidIn GAINESVILLE STORES
I: Kenosha, bargaining units of a total 130 I CHARGE SO LITTLE
Wis. auto
I plants even reporting the agreement on 1214 NW Ifch An. 1021 SI 4th A...
| I while harmony was being at-'profit' sharing, Cushman said, had settled their Issues;at latest I nnttetrfnm3S 1725 W. Univ. A".. 1109 I. Univ. A...
j Dined on what AMC has preferred "unfortunately I American Mo[count.Sabbath'. AIR; ,CONDITIOMIMG'REP tCONOI.. 2109 NW ltd St. 4205 NW Pith ."'.\
to call "progress shay to's' operations already had A'11%' Gait usIng to v'tk' .Wcl nt'air condition- I 4105 NW 1I h St. ,
AUCHUAl Center St 6 441HIGH
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iaAMC. Vice President EdwardC I I A major obstacle now to com Service: ., ratet' .- .service Trained m end.xp.rienc.dR.oonoble n .- ,.. J" =&. SPRINGS 710 MAn.. 101.NW... sM.i.WILLISTONI At*.
Cushman and Douglas A. pletion of the national economic .Radio dispatched truck, )e) 24 Hour tarvlc Oik mans. AU IncluM
Sabbath Services at Congregation Service all moktt of NO DROP CHARCS
ftaser, the UAW'i American contract agreement,Fraser and en equipment
B'Nal Israel will be held 'AU AMIMCAM TO JAX AIRPORT ALL IRANDS KI.. Sin -
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Motors chief announced tilt Cushman said,Involves some 3DM Ph. 376-8268 :HIATINO AIR
agreement today that profit ,Kelvlnator division employs tonight at S o'clock at the Synagogue COMDITIONIMO eo. I Phone n e3 44O'FICI Fitters Regulars
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