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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 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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)W KHRUSHCHEV/ LOST HIS JOB. '
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s\l -i.+1 \" By'STANLEY'JOHNSON, Associated'Press Writer 'be"'knows the penalty Is death or exile If overheard? How Union lately, ..0I I Just about everybody was ready for a I : :
E rrOnfNOTE'- tej I does he findothers determined enough and wily enough to change and ready to blame everything on Khrushchev.The : J
NEW YORK (AP) Nikita Sergeyevlch Khrushchev was 1
which Khrushchev Insistedon
situation for
the agricultural -
JohBMi has kaewa Malta join conspiracy
forced out of power last week by the very sort of painless taking credit or blame-was so bad the country had to go .: t
Khrushchev slice be went to purge he invented to replace the bloodbaths of Stalln'i day. Some but not all of the answers are clear. to capitalist Canada and the United States for wheat to feed '

Moscow as aa American foreign For'the past 10 years the world has 'read of Khrushchev's First, Mikhail Suslov, the steely chief propagandist of the its people. ,: "
correspondent shortly alter the victims In his ruthless struggle for power. Now, after changing Soviet Union, presided at the meeting of the Central Committee The people had gained )Just enough liberty under Khrushchev's :
death ef Stalin In ItU. He the structure bf Communism beyond the imaginings of Lenin ,at which Khrushchev's ouster was declared.He destalmlzation programs to demand a lot more. .
watched Khrushchev and talked and Stalin, after dominating the headlines of the world, the must have been the first to say "Khrushchev must go" The downgrading et Stalin m turn, had led to a bitter ;
pot-bellied, near-sighted, balding man of 70 has retreated into Ideological and nationalistic quarrel with Red China and a
with him aver the yean, lOt Although Suslov was his chief spokesman in the war of words
an obscurity so deep it may never be penetrated.Just loosening of Kremlin control! over the East European satellites. :
only la Moscow ht a* trips to i with China, Khrushchev never really trusted him. .
how a Kremlin cabal goes about toppling a man as Word that Khrushchev's mortal enmles --the Chinese Communists
the "S e v le t hinterland and expert at toppling others as Khrushchev is one of,(Pie ,chief Suslov Is almost certainly the directing force behind theKremlin's -were about to explode an A-lIomb.probabl1 signaledthe
'abr ed. This la Jehawa's ash questions fascinating students of Soviet affairs. They asked the two new front men-Communist party Secretary end for the Soviet leader .
aetiment .. Khrushchev's rise same question when Khrushchev threw out Georgi M.'Mafcniov -. Leonid I. Brezhnev, 57, and Premier Alexei N. Kosygln, M. Another coffin nail was driven In by toe band. 'ef a. dead
and tall) on Feb. 0,1953. Secondly, the conspirators bided their time. man Italian Red chief Palmira Togllattl..

,Who Is the first one to whisper "Nikita must go" ,when Just about everything has been going wrong for the Soviet (See NJKITA ea Page Sys .




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Year, No. 89 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1964 NEWSSTAND/IOMl onrvaaee PRICE* 20c ..;
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To NationWASHINGTON \V \" "'; Nikita
'L, .'," Abuses at
(AP) President :
Johnson, canceling Immediate \
'/ campaign plans, will report 4L1! T ".j ....
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to the nation Sunday night "
,
,i on Communist China's tint nuclear / .., ; But
test and the power shakeup ;;;' \ 't PledgeTo United Fund :; )
hi the Soviet Union. J
,
The White House said the National Retain ""
Security Council recommended : : I ftickoff Monday I
that the President '
.. i. .
His PoliciesMOSCOW ..
make the "report and assess-1 l '. r. ,
neat" even though it was said, .. Monday It 'United Fund p.m. Tlcketa- are available at
"there Is no present cause for .1 \ (APThe) Krem Day." the center. '..

national alarm and no Immediate r : : .;:." lin's new leaders, though lash The INS campaign directed From I a.m until 830: p.m.,
emergency." ""f' ,,. ing ousted Premier Khrushchev, by General Chairman Keith 1 most of the agencies served by"
Johnson ,will go before television \ let the word spread Saturdaythat Austin, begins with 0 psi the United Fund of Greater
,
cameras and radio microphones ;;, : they will not depart radically house" observances at several Gainesville will hold an open..
at 7:30 EST. from his policies.The house. -
pm. '\>:'' 0.) United Fund agencies and the
The White House said all three r ".. ,'..,. ." new ruling group, beaded kick off: barbecue: Monday Agencies open for visits with ,
networks, ABC, NBC and CBS, 1<' by Communist Party First Secretary night at be Recreation Center. be: Boy Scouts: and Qid Scouts;
will televise the program live. Leonid I. Brezhnev and Mayor Howard alclClaaey at the Girl Scout Hut, corner. lit *
The President met for an hour 'Premier Alexei N. Kosygln, and 0. II. Davis, coalman of N. W. Ida Aft and N W. Mi. -
\' at midday with the National Security Million Dollar Smile appeared to be firmly In the the Aladttu County Commission .: the Boys Club>> el Gates*
Council, then conferred addle. Issued statements yesterday vllle, Waldo Road: The Salvation
privately and at length with Mayor Haydon Burn of Jacksonville barely made it In time for the UFa Blue Khruachev'i whereabouts urging city county coop. Army, U S. W. tod 8t|
Secretary of Defense Robert S. Key banquet Friday after a flight from the Bahamas. He appeared wearing a Nassau since he was toppled from pow. eratloa In the drive and officially Alacbua County Central Wak
McNamara. hat, complete I with folding money, jauntily perched, on hit head. (UF Photo I I ) er at Wednesday's secret itsalon opening the campaign by fare, in N. W, lit Ave. Cnia>
of the party central committee Joint proclamation. ty Association for Mental.. \
remain a closely: guarded Congressman D. R. (Billy) Health nil W. 10th ILl' the M,
Matthews will speak 'at'\ the County Association for Retard
secret. Unconfirmed rumors
It'll Be '
I a 'Red Letter' DayBy clrclated that he was under barbecue 'and/, klfkoff i cetsbra-.. ( .d Children 1441, N. B. .. .
house arrest somewhere In the Von Center The. .event, for both Ave; and the sRe" 'el the East: '
capital.' Other equally unsubstantiated campaign workers and publlo Side 10,.' Club, behind IJocohj.

BECKY QUINN And Assistant Postm.ster'.1; having; to move everything In Court House at SE!: First Avenue reports said he would supporter, Is to begin at IM: HIII School - From horse and buggy daysto T. Jernigan says your mall will side." and Fourth Street. The lit appear at Monday's Red Square
the space age Gainesville travel faster because of it. : clerks, carriers and administers homecoming reception for the
makes the big Jump tomorrow Complete t 'poa service st the now collect process and Soviet Union's three newest No 'Higher UpiTold
at least by Uncle Sam's "In the present building, practically : post office in the new Federal deliver a weekly average of cosmonauts. ,
everything we do has to Building will begin at I:30 Monday
m.1l1n
standards. I one million items of an Yet other reports said Brezhnev I
That's opening day for the be handled twice, Jernlganssys. morning when the service area of about 5,000 square feet or Kosygln would use the
"In the new building we counter officially to the
opens
of
new Gainesville Post Office as Jenkins
first
won't have to do that public. The working area on the cosmonaut celebration as I
it completes Its move from floor of the new building measures sounding board for a major
the building it's occupied since "And well save time because Gainesville's. postal workerswill It,140 square feet pqllcy statement Including: the r.t
Mil,'to a f> million space-age of the ramp at the new build- be the largest unit of federal "We really do need the space reasons for Khruschev's down WASHINGTON (AP) -Tr.... of high Secret Service officers: -
home that offers four times at Ing. It Is large enough for workers to move Into the badly," Jernlgan says. "I'd estimate fall. Such a move would appearto ury Secretary Douglas Dillon or to Lyndon B. Johnson then
I much room. us to work right there without new U. S. Post Office and we've been losing two exclude the possibility 01Khruahchev' said Saturday a lilt FBI arrest vice president, or any members
to three hours a day Just for : attending, report on Waiter W. Jenkins, of his staff.Dillon '
lack of space" (See SOVIET ea Page t) war not brought to the attention made this known In a''
As a "sectional center, the letter to Nicholas. B, Kstitn- '
e Gainesville Post Office services bach, acting: attorney goners,
22 offices within a 50 mile radius -- concerning: the Investigation
of the city Four trains,
Jenkins whose arrest twice on
two planes, a trailer and six Good Morning! morals charges .led. to Us. ,...."
messenger cars bring Incoming nation last week aa a top Whit*'
4Lt mall for the Gainesville area House aide. ,

v.l Into Gainesville daily.. Around and About the News: President Johnson has ordered
ZIP.
Under the long range
Dillon to make an Investigation,,
Code plan, the Gainesville Post
aa to why the Secret Service,
abi Office will eventually service M Alumni l I" state lenders part of the Treasury, failed to .,
offices, Jernlgan explained.
here for Homecoming...
tell the
White House shout Iltal
"
One of the
biggest problems
eoUli.clans .
4B. Bar skits lampoon
arrest ef Jenkins.
has been the loading ramp at
the old building The depart- Page IA. Red China ,Dillon said to hli letter to the..
proud of Abombfsge>> 2A.
ment's 30 trucks and scooters attorney general .
have been loaded off a IJ-foot-'" !"Sine the President has ae-."
long ramp. University. of Florida beauty signed the Federal Bureau el..,/
i At the new building, they 11 featured ht Homecoming celebration. ) Investigation' the responsibility'*
be loaded from a ramp 121 feel See Picture Page IB. of conducting an investigation.
long concerning Walter! W. Jmkaw,
That the department has out ( .' ,I want to Inform you that en1":
grown Its old quarters Is obvious April I, INI, the US. Secret-*
/even to the casual observer Service, hi connection with a1"
.. Every comer of the processIng Among the Old Friendt: routine White Mouse request for
room on the first floor of the the Issuance ef a White Hones '

Banquet Bantu Old building Is jammed Even Abby j...................1GB Poole ............ .,,IOC peas to Mr. Jenkins, requested"
{ \ wall space .Is at a premium. Carvtf ..... .-, ,,...:,,,78MeGaney. I Prlznorel Pete 7B criminal and subversive Ills
u. & Senators J. Ws am Fmftrlgat, of Arkaaaa !lkft(( ) tad* Fleridi'i J Georg.8natbas ,Clerks must walk single: file ......_____ IC 'Weimer ._.......-.-... 18 clucks from the FBI.
Mateo mfonufly dlnrlnt ....terssuHSMaita of Florida Bin Key banquet down narrow aisles between MOVIE* HA "On April if, INI, MM Secret ,
J'rIda1 wHre l'tlbtlght .. .. the .... ...... (Ur Pbota) equipment and sorting tables OPINION--U AREA NEWS- 1C Service received a ....1Int form
Incoming mall must be sorted TV LOGS-I1B report from the FBI giving die

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|II j It's Not a H ecoming.-Wit]bout PoliticsU. PROOF OF ..."...



By air CORMIER Even though" Fulbrlght preceded : ,. S. Sen. Strom Thurmond RESULTSMr.
I San Ck1 Editor Educated Vote his speech with a remarf --- South Carolina cooacrvs I v e, Thurmond Sees
U. S. .... J. WuHam Fal- that it was to be non -political, returned this weekend to the Johnson ran the 01.
I bright of Arkansas to a Homecoming Best: Fnlbnght there were references to for- county which would have made Danger in LBJ lowing, od: .-:.
speech ea the Usher elga policy and poverty clearly him president .n IMS Atecbua ...,..-. rah -
( stty of Florida campus Friday voicing the objectives of the I and asked vote Ibis weal III. I ...... I as'_si :
said Americana: nut for to present Democratic: administration It line for Barry Goldwater aot The South Carolinian carried .
night example, a ana having t ... .,... ...
come to understand that dual' the courage of his convic J ta .aIhJqt a. himself. the county: as Slates Rights

ed opinions are more valid than tions' even though: Me 'CGI' There Is nothing emoMlag I Thurmond former governor candidate, whlth split from the Mr JaNwon celled'' tto v.ntd J
I SMducated ones to the conduct Dons' may be disastrously about povery, he said VII a and for many yean U. S. ttn- national Democratic ticket d.pfm.n* K> tenet his j
of governed. wrong" FulbrlgM said.. reasonable degree of social and star, switched his party allegiant Harry Truman carried Florl 04 .1!., having toM .vfyiH ,
The scholarly chairman ef the PeUMans. he said are no economic security Is far from this year to Republican, it. the last Democrat ft) do so, A.. to .dkwtiw4 In only I
Senate Foreign Relations Committee better and so worse than the being a spur to halne and supporting! Colrfwater and went on to become preit toy. M. Mtf Hnt Mil OMm
told a distinguished Flan. people they represent.If Indolence, "as has been suggested "I have not left the Democratic dent. Truman finished second ou* of bed tf 7;JO \Nt
Ida Bate Key Baoojoct audi< ear leaders are mediocre.: to recent: weeks." Party be said as remarks > la the county, with Republican _...... wd It ws.e /Dk. .fveHOC ,4be.
tin that Americans have toe It to because we choose mediocrity. "11Ie myth about poverty being In Cal mlle. "The Thomas Dewey third .. -11IO ey ahoy .5.. .r
SNckdWnstlaredKatedelp.loasata "Demecrsfy enasblatg. was laid .. rest Democratic Party has left *." Thurmond arrived Friday .." .-.
and an sly aaepU. *. ayabesy g/q lit peoph long ago," FulbrlgM... "The Had .the astfai falbwetf Ate. aooa from UGrsitge, Gs., after tot MfulH' eM vane ire '".
1 ear erg flk* pssorrt Sri flat wheat ....... leads fact: that B has been Itaseirsrfly dull County 1.., TharnoMi.not a campaign swing which allowed > GoiMwtllt i vent ed b your, ....
I aheabatstUaeaailstogtTeoaa exkenaed let farpaaaf ef pa Barry .. Trams, would him .lows lUll a* hsaYaISee 1..t INN. 4-
Ve attach great ...ea. *. As? ....,.* CIte ALUM w Pas S) SBI TBUBfOHl have bee president STICK *. flit. S) -4.'

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2A Ceinesvill Sun Sunday October i$. I9S4

in the NEWSBriefly. More About Irvin AsksFreedom I



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From Page 1 I0NM T 0 To DiscussFreedom At Gator GrowlA J


by general area. Local malls A -. Pair and mild mramnnigM /YrdY a..r5
High n la 74. e
wmaa i imliat II It
Ire then sorted by section and par .....,. to discus controversial -

route. topic without fear of chilled crowd of ",000 I Sharpe assistant to V*, President -
.4t
From there, route bundles are reprisal or suppression was reeled[ Florida Blue Key's J. Wayne Reiti.

moved downstairs to the basement iable wind S to U miles an demanded here Saturday by "world's largest all student 1

where carriers for 35 hour. Richard W. Ervm Florida Supreme
city and four rural routes arrange I P e- Pair .......,. Mian" M laM. ?w Court Justice. the MC Jokingly regretted that'program at Florida Field was "

their bundles by address Vrr wlndt' t la II mlto par I Speaking to Phi Alpha Delta Gov. Farris Bryant couldn't be 1 the traditional fireworks dis

Lack of adequate overhead U. Harm la Pair Hartnaaa Sunday wlndt. Mlgd, I nla ta legal fraternity Homecoming mere because he was on a play.

lighting necessitated Installation llmllataarnaur.nartliaaat breakfast, Ervin said: moonshine r II I d In Columbia

of Individual light fixtures over k f.N,*..aunt.y lifeIImllM H11ls 'N. ::..N. "I am concerned about our County. I

sorting shelves and tables. ......., today'..ALMANAC. w.r citizen generally .and their r .fERALI
ItM m. Although the fraternity and
flat space Is so crowded letters lunrlM tamarraw AIL am.WaonrlH freedom to discuss vexing ( .

and bundles fall onto the today .. 4,4 pm: -- .,.V[ problem or their wlllmgnesi sorority skits highlighted the
have to be picked Pull Mam. (Musser'. _1-0<1. W such discussions In program MC Raleigh Green O ICES
floor up Tha .1....: Man, rluf 1'M 'm. to listen to
handled twice. ....* M wilt cantliwa lo |raw ft trII- GAINESVILLB WEATHER community conversation, In and a fast moving script of
Another critical problem that n. Nr 11II no s memo" n "IN group discussions In the pal continuity around a collegiate

will be solved In the new buildIng dl.t.m.cio: or kerni oilMunicipal Airport readings In and private t world's fair theme kept the,alaaasees. ,LPNN5I ".....1
pit public
......, Hlgn at 11:N g.m. Law at for 24 hour to I a.m. today: ..vita.e All,.. AL..nd.r' 02.
t Is the shortage of Pout Office 4:01 am. ana groups Homecoming weekend festivity .eou wlM will N MIA .1 3.35 .......
mall boxes."Gainesville's. Monday 'Ht11:1: \ '.11I,' am) High( (2 at 1 p.m., low 57 at It from boring the numbed crowd. enundm. Ott '" 1N1. It .... Now
UM pm Law at 4M ...... and d'N "Such discussions seems fort aap11N Chords wills C. J. Jahn.se .
delivery 7 ..m. No rain. eseucn' ail Nrvk... aural who
general to effectively
me, are pretty Green called maverick Sen. a. N D.vvll..miry undar Itwracnan di.
Is one of the largest In the silenced. I Strom Thurmond who at Hughai 4 C,,"_.Mrt Alanandar -
Wore came to .,. ..,.....
About ton
I llvatf af 4. Mi
because we don't hive need airing
country Issue that really
1\
the Homecoming weekend to .11110 end did ......" Oct. II, _,
enough boxes," Jemlgan says. ire rarely discussed ar watch his home N .m..5e N.1rlrg Ills,... AIItt.
team
.
get AIm nd.r WII .ill Dec. 210 ion
TIle old building was limited I s Alumni debated by represented trounced 37-0 the In Olnownia wire iHa nod all al
1 by Colors to
,.. ,.. .
nor II M Alanandar' WIN mam-
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to 113 boxes but (he build-
new
member of the community the telephone: b..5. tart N......... aaptlit CnuKk
big provides 1,188 and room for holding different point furvlire ............ if .... Nmlly If'
itical dl9CuK jul\ need not de- relations" groups "The booth is way over to I hue nuibantf. ..*. W M. Alanwimrl
,
more. diplomatic of view nor Is encouragement the four cniidran. Mr. Waltar Lam A1!.<
The University station' of the lain ,us from more timely con.lderatJon. TIle present Soviet regime extended for such discussion.I right. Green instructed.Skit Mao_.Latllomano All,. Willie, Mr.J..reMil.Hobart Ann"Alanandar -
Judges named Delta Tau
'Post Office ha* 2,005 more boxes ..' might well be succeeded by another "New thinking and beliefs all al o.ln wlli.l ana II", .
Delta fraternity's "Nefarious Mn. Loulia' A..ft at Alacliua.iruMdilUron .
and many of them are unused "Real poverty Is far more debilitating regime less difficult to which go against the current Caesar" the suet traMcMMran, .,11N'.II. -
," Jernigtm added "but than ennobling. It Is deal with, he said end that best of the five ar ... and Irltntfi. Frlaitti will.
or contemporary majority competing skits. ... ndv.d .1.... Mrs If M'". Alt.
people just don't want to go that more likely to Induce meanness seems, to be the case. right view and provincial concept ndarall," f M.
Second aad third
place went
Tar if live the other side and despondency than Initiativeand ) ,
they on
that have become stereotypes CLASH JONN Punanl iar lc W.H to Delta Phi Epsilon for "It's a Mr. Clink, K Ubarar. will M .
Coed Is Queen Mother of town. :responsibility, he contin said It Is not change :are pretty much taboo! Hard Day'i Knight" and Alpha I MIN al 1.N man am Sunday. Oct. ,..
Many people prefer Post Of. ued. self that la needed. to our current Ervin laid community HM, al Ml. Moba lamia Clwrdi wimRlclurd
I Delia PI for "It's Mad Mad I NarrhMi umlutlnt ma larv-
Mkela honor /Ice boxes he said because of To contend that the poor must relations win Communist group have little chance to a rods, avrlal will a* In Clark Cam*.
Pretty Engen, a senior, ntudent, the time element. It takes! about always be with us, or that the countries, but'tba capacity for Mad. World's Affair. :1.U mo dlnclton al Chottmit
discuss to .
problem, or noon- Horn Itarka 'tar-
wife and mother la thin ."k. The winning skit cast
homecoming queen Iwo hours from the lime a letter poor have somehow earned cw,*. Fulbrlght said .ba believes reach gubernatorial Ma. Mr. Clark WIll llva al ...,. I.
end at Wlnona, Mian. State ,Code**. Her Marcia arrives in Gainesville untilit their lot, .Is to exclude a whole die difference or a candidate Hay don I,, *o. ,.,. ttwlca, ritrMa, died! Friday.
our present pollcla an ttooallol
Oct. iMa at aradtar County -
common ground.
20. holds bar royal and bar daughter Jacquelyn Burns In the role of Brutes la .
bouquet reaches office box segment of the population from aftor a llngarlnt K'nan MrClark
a post sound but he doubt thai w
Public speakers have become .. ,
woo ban Jon ItN In tarka
1., Husband Paul 22 senior in a satire on Florida
a majoring white. residents on a carrier the possibility of attaining either would be prepared to alter those careful about politics. ... and hid IHv.d In II..... oil ofMo
physical education itand by pith a amllo and aon. the comforts of affluence more Skit Judge were Judge Ira I.... Mr. Clint wai a nambar. alMl.
rout. might have to wait or
anywhere policies in to .
quickly
Brent, 2. Because of college time she lost while having from to eight hours the graces of civilization said response choosing subjects: letter to Carter, County CommissionerJack 5. =: eaatlit Iwrvlvke ChurcN m.ma.rn and 'If Doafamily m,- ,
one ,
wholly new situation, editors become more guarded, ... two aon*, .... UlyianClark
until
her babied, Mm. Engen won't be graduated the Arkansas liberal. Durrance, Rep. D. R. ,
linger before It reaches their, and Jarry D. Clark, both atStartai
the lint rammer aemlon of IMS. home. Turning to foreign affairs "The problem of our policy and ordinary conversation to (Billy) Matthews, Harold DO- two ..,- Mro. sum landaro -
1 1 II more Intellectual than political limited to mild topics.Thre and Slliabath CI."'. born .5
While the actual mailhandllng Fulbrlgbt said it I II time for linger, field secretary for the Warkai Nv.er.1ls.n, JamO W. Cl.rk
he said. "It I II a problem to cowardice in fait Florida ol ItorkPolorko Clank if ..I
CHURCH H AD Alumni Assn and / ?
Americans to discard : Mel ..
.
processes will be much the their old, intolerance Coooar Clorko If a rw.cy
of
freeing our mind from tha fail to speak out against .. Albart Clark of Trwta, NottianW
The Rt. Rev. John E. Hlaes lame In the new building, Jemgan myth In the light of new realities. '
dead weight of habit and prejudice a shrogglng-off I bud- Clark at Mamotan, ottior rolotivai andtrwidt.
elected i says added space win allow Historically Import ad t Prlonai. will bo ncolvad at
bishop of Texas was and stereotype and bringing lance of some of the most horrifying More About *>. Dona al Jerry D. Clark al 1.11
Saturday presiding bishop of the the various work locationsto change are taking place In the to bear on foreign policy till atrocities blacked PM InStarka.oorvtcoo .

Protestant Episcopal church: be more logically placed Communist world bV said. rich and divers resource of out by this oppressive climate 'LOYD. cvnll fun 11 11",1"1
and "W* must Nr M,. ,..,.. ... ... Morn sr.ma. .
saving time steps. recogntaa: that the "
In that post he serves as 1 the render taboopa .
liberally educated man. which Soviet .. will M Mid ItI:. ..... fun
chief spiritual leader dill million l The one large work room will Soviet leaders, whether era lib, I. CNN.. N ChrwlI
The Urn community expresbUliv :1 O"w'r: : ,
accommodate it or pot have built one president.* I c.ot dMi. It.
Episcopalians. He wai both sorting a stable tha University. of ArbnIu'sad 1Iot:.L\ '.'1., will M N Nlalspnli,..

elected from among a field of clerks and carriers, and ample political system la Russia and Rhode Scholar said. than .h I agreet : ,,"! this oppressive! From :rnNryII.. Mr.r C:'':''-'I"Ntl,I'

five nominees an hour of balloting room for expansion. he added that it is Ignorant dtmogoguery climate, Clouding! open publicdiacudeleas'slid.expoettton Page 1 High Sarlnfi./ dNM Tnunday, Oel I.larlngo .
.between tat* ,
a1calpower .
Parcel have to suggest that the whole gap INO N P.m. mile a l5s.r ui
by the House of Bishops punt operations tya- of we. AsM1 IF. 101,
'. and human wisdom m b-
behind closed doors at ChristChurch been moved from temporary tem would crash in ruin tf only. FutcrWeI: m of Khruihcbev ='A=. 1N.. =led lh"d M Hta.
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national nlltloaa which can antagonistic keepIng ; *t All Curth woo owombor
Into the we would refuse to sail Is expected to follow ,
Cathedral St. Louis. quarters new building. them contribute at Criurcn at dirld turyivkif -
tba lid
on ;
wheat or threaten b* filled by Ubarahadoeatioa... guidelines laid down nwnboro If tho tomlly ara anadouatitar.
the floor to break
Asphalt planking on off Saturday .
th* Intermittent, lerious outbreak .: Mro AHamooo Dune.n. ana
of the work room will be easer Speaking of the currant East by the party organ Pravda bus M..... All,.. Lilly Sail Currttl twobrolnon

on long standing' feet than::1 I I Weal emit race. Folbrlght said ( riot* of and wild demonstrations.explosive public front pact editorial. ...." Curttt.Mr. I.NN W.oewdclNyrob c."".. at<4 Ni Mr.

the, maple wood floors of thepresent Jenkins there baa been a steady da- The or rolotlvM/ on* 1'1_. prlondo win
I there being no preventive escape editorial reprinted in the ba _.. at Ilia Iwna of Mro Alromow .
building I crease in the military security government Izvestla Ouncon at ItiW A M. In Hion
valves for talking problems newspaper
of both aprbg0
old AS building well as housed me post the office federal, the\: From Page 1II each has great acquired nuclear a power growing"as out of "blowing off steam declared the new party leadership JACKION. M*. WILLIS Pwiorol .....
to be "an of nub ,.
In advance. enemy jec- kao tor M Median will ba Hold otiN
Prtocesi BMx al Ik district courtroom' and offices i search. This report showed that arsenal of weapons with ,which Jvlsm and drifting Communist > PM. an lundoy Octobar la. low
Ervin appointed to the state
for' to devastate the other. at Old Hilioh'' 1.II'1f enure* In Alachua -
Netherlands" lorases her nt"vle the U. S. marshal Internal I II on Jan. It, 1958 the FBI received high court this served IS construction." will, *ov. Janwo C. wnitamo con-
,
Revenue "The clearly predictable I year dueling' .... lorvlCM. Burial will
Service Civil Service 00PP.IMOUI.
camera ea the cyclist* alIke ( I the fingerprints of Walter 'years as attorney general. In stinging terms lit _..... ". C.mNery OMe w.dlneIron .
laHachloJJ Investigators and CongreesmatD. !I Wilson Jenkins course of the arms race is a obviously I N _, lrot. M.NI' l.n..
Olympic cycUag cows from the District
; aimed at Khrushchev thoughnot M,. Jec_. ... IWd tI III III LmTn.
J..... Saturday., k R. (Billy) Matthews. 'of Columbia police jtti a charge steady open spiral downwardInto 1 .. .. .vm.. des .1 ti. ...m.TuMdw ,
Personnel and equlpm n I I'I oblivion" he said. 'Our re[Karl 'LetReason 'naming him. the new regime's ...., ...... nNN. _
I 'iof "Inv ...
person" ( : [ .
sup Investigation first will M rwlvd It 5r ear. N
LOSE !:lnIJ.. from Ihwwofflcr will move Into suspicious per/jlJt.t. disposition lation with the Soviet Union I II policy statement J.ckw. lit krone. It Sits suM,.
said ,
offices in the building and other Communist countries i :
new ,, of the charge I I II MP. ANOLIi PunartlorvlCM .
was
Mrs., Neleo.cA. Reckekllerwas which will also Include headquarters require the insight that only a Be "Hare brained scheming tor M,. Prlmiut will bo hold. .
shown and .
there was no fur. at IiW PM a* Ivndov, October II.oarvlcoo. .
under court order to sarI for a large staff of Department ther Indication of the nature of I broadly based liberal educationcan I I Immature conclusions and hasty $14 N 5.ma ,A.AII.I. Churcft 'ft 510.Miry .

I render her .,ear-old daughter of Agriculture workers ., the charge. provide." 1 decision and actions divorced will. lurlol 5m will ehw bo.44Metklp Hi Nawborry a.

Saturday to Dr Jamas 8. Murphy now in a rented building I Fulbrighl was Introduced by : Our Guide9Dayton from reality bragging and Camatory. undor ttia 'rNtItII! ol Dimtan -
"On April 1, 1961. the FBI ..... -' ..... All,. Prtmaui.
the man she divorced II,on NE I6UJ Ave These shifts report on its subversive file Florida Sen. George Smathers.Florida's phrase-mongering, commandism. wka loves. b Nawbarrv dM ot flit
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Alactiw amoral HotoKol attar N
months ago to marry the governor will not start taking place for check was received. It consistedof senior Senator Spn- Beach State Rep. unwillingness to take into goring. Iltn....

another week YI'I.Ae.thetlc'ally. a 151 FBI background investigation sard Holland was among I b e Fred Karl said Saturday lie bas account the achievements ol I WITH, Ma. "1"1" p.,., tar,.r.

AlaaStmpHa. B, dew ", *- The. transfer of Mallnda Murphy the two buildings / of Mr. Jenkins which dignitaries at the head table of observed "an Increasing disenchantment science and practical experience p. less tlrod.Mraantlna ar Mr.'Manry ...."".. ". '" i*. '.

Ideal of Vasiar College,' .*., from the Rockefeller estate I are an easy century or disclosed 'no derogatory Info, the banquet held In the Florida among till people of are alien to the party" 11.M A.M on Swill Oct M_How II.at

school near'Tarry town, N.Y., to the more apart. The old federal gym Florida with of the The editorial also. denounced I ('at at H polar _. en.
longs to Hat if academic nation The Secret Service had many governmental Pork win * thought that bold swank Manhattan residence of building well known by its In the audience were mem officials." "armchair methods personal] 41015.M ..- 1.1.1 will M 1ft
also been Informed the .
womea an at .least as smartas Dr..' Murphy and his new wife I steep. stepped' entrance and White House that Mr. by Jenkins 1 here of the state's Congressional Speaking at a breakfast of the'decisions and disregard for thpractical e, o.n Paul_ramatary. Pinwal uMwM Homo. M,dlroctkinat Smith.no '" .
six fluted columns .Is of sand delegation the state lefts- tlvK al 0 roo Pork, "Pio. ditd
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directed Friday by' lots '
men and should. be educated was of the
business fraternity experience ''I' ,
had a current top-secret clear Alpha Kappa Pst 0noni -
I'colored brick .
Supreme Court ,Justice Joseph now an aged lature e.blnel..nd state Supremo HOWIM toiiMvIng an ntandad IIInan.
1HftIa -
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brownish Park wood ance. ; Court. pen M,. a>m WM bam on Jim.r. .
art'y.
F. Gagllardl. I of to The party bosses however I'M ki latin Caroflna ana led
"On the basis of the background pie are tired listening
floors stain and panel trim- Included sod p/nhq.i4 AMdru. C.,.,
IIST OKAY Mallnda went to live with were gubernatorial
I! Investigation and the active vague prom...... damagogoaryand pledged to remain-trw to the m.N = kN NN. A.5M MItbwnnwwIth
combined with
Inadequate ,candidate
lighting Burn who
Mn Rockefeller when Dr. Mon.phy Haydon ( ka Ooauno af M. .Potato looii.t
down
UIItrUtIL"Kart policy guideline Ud
Former President Harry S. security clearance, Mr. Just plain by
CIIurItI.
remarried last June. .. and few windows make I cam In fresh. from the. Bahamas ,
Truman was to satisfactory condition the Interior drearily dark. Paint Jenkins was Issued a WhIle wearing straw Nassau bat) n UMMceaatfnl aodt- dnuhcbtf at party coltg ...** ,
This was of complicated a : '" ""'
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Saturday at Research part House Th than bald af data for to last ntty'i that approved. aMtsttdsatinind # .. : 5.14 :
I Is and pass governor
blueprint of visiting. rights chipped peeling and his GOP opponent Chart 11,. A.M. ......,. SNNae 15 It Mt
Hospital In Kansas City. He to granted Mn. Rockefeller who Blatantly new and somewhat the protective research section HoD.,. primary> election ftraek at af- mmumlc poBclii WDM It! s5M.N. ._ CIIoortII III M- will _

being treated for Injuries.. suffered lost a suit last month to gain unusual Is the carved overhung of the Secret Service, which has And only a few tt from till Octal "...:wrap the Big IIlllta. rvfltaf Innnj itttdtfw* ail it wweel III M 1Ie YS_....

In a fan last Tuesday. custody of her four children by facade of a white modem swirl the responsibility for Issuing head table nl South Caraliaa'i '. right around nan ai a One of the first plank In the NCIIIfI M,. WI'-fII wee Nod(la.II Mortidam MNawy.,

Truman, $1. sal up Friday to Dr. Murphy. I design that encases the top three Whit House passes did not Sen. Strom Thurmond. The former cloak against at.* changing I statement concerned the mffltanr. dw4 It eN __

read the newspapers and some floors of the new red brick evaluate the FBI criminal report Dlxiecrit who recently repudiated world." -I i whose budgets Khruhrhev -I PMMf Met 01'1 MOM* a..

of the hundred of cards letters building Jill! two blinks away. as Involving a serious mat the Democratic Party 1 Concentrating'en' the racial persistently sought to win nl t..wrvtrM NW N HIT II".p...l .A.04._an. aga TIM 71,,

and telegrams that have Fully sir-conditioned, the Inside ter. I have been Informed that for the second time, was the ,problem; Karl .$saded for na>I'' rIo lurtM won ba In "' ...
poured In. His only visitor was of the building Is bright It was not checked further with list lo be introduced by banquet son to meetteg IllCllIOIt II the aconomv. The statement C....... awe ... dCadfan al Ovn.cxt .

Mrs Trumaa. 'f and cheerful. Color' theme, to the District of Columbia lulhori- toastmaster William Lan dlff fcultlo* ....... ,...., ...'! ,emphasized that the patty and lt..d tn at*.. M A.,...Partaa*.'_, MM,>a.at .

basically light green and white .Has. nor were any higher officers laff. ..:y...N II, Iw government "have taken and 41.4, nig Dam Ortotar 12, NMr .'
Parbia ..
naiseove waa bam In
Akle.
FAIR MASS Corridors an wide and brightly of the Secret Service or Sen. Holland Jumped to his .. ggddsu1iwS amt m taking aD measure* to *af.' .' Ma waa mambaf fII"' Amart.n.laglan Caun.IT. .

Francis Cardinal SpeBm a a lighted, as are offices.. any on* else Informed of the feet to lead the applause for ....... ee No11Ift CUM. flw bitegill' of It* tron- Pall Acrlva IN IIIUPIIBI and a WarM win War bamamaar. f]

celebrated Mass at Good Shepard While Daniel Construct a 0 a report. Specifically. H was not Thurmond, now stumping dM rnIlltame; 'tis i II ,.flan. ana .the messily af theanura af Amarttan Uln Pad Ma.tor .

Chapel at 'the Vatican pavilion 'Company took only months to brought to the attention of any South for Barry Goldwater. 'avoM vtoteaea tad ftaili can **ctaiit coffuinmny,.... 5.102 11I& muss fwl.M mow

at the World' Fair bi build it. the buildIng boom a member of the White House About Half of the aiiflas**, ieesaie the meat rtepartestrespeeted Nk Mn at t-N Mary AJN.ems m MMtay aaa N. Orlobar will ao

New York Friday on the eve of toes 70.000 square feet of floor staff the then vie. president, or numbering about UN, ramaav. .. .th+1A. II tfIe'1Ia& '!.!, CIIIIr" INI It JLfCT* Clm-l
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his departure for Rome, Wiles Walker ,space require a .ta(1 of 14 any member of his staff." ed sealed.n ___- j&ftuMh.i f c ..ousenasJeM Marl: PatOamaa >
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for and main salaqa
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owe N
the Vatican the tremendous LABOR POST !tenance. ....... ....... .---. N1 pe.5 I fun,,.. 5r.NM..... fm. N. .-.11-MM.
--se .... ..... 5105 m 5M..YaN ter" M .en_ _
cess of the exhibit her at theWorld' HareM Will.I l a. Britain's Academic t t '_ S m mn N at e.MnN.'e Cm.lt ...
Burns Reaffirms MART GALLI / (Nm.R .....- sew .m n.M
Fair he said. minister has
new prtpie named "Mn. K. Worm af *Mnoo.vlll .
Gov. Nation A. Rockefeller of Patrick Gordon Walker ai'', NikitaFrom ". AnN oalw*>wo will bamambaro
Mary Galli M m SW 40th
at ..a ..../ Mama aacWv.
New York was among the 1,001 foreign secretary In the new Labor I 31. died Ttenday' at bar bom i. 5wn, w" w mtl.d .5 r'm PM.md. .

who attended the Mas government.Social. 1 I Freedom Under Control' Bd. : A native of Italy. Mr Gaffl ., N ail w118a..TMmo Ce..a.aaNON .
Pace! Mai Lake loam .,m..
i moved to OataMvul m yam hao Mr Mr. arUajio na a. w.. ba

More: AboutStrom security: "LyadeaJohnson 'Togllatti' cohorts to Rome *. ere teat a ambar at K e.*".*, ".>'U--:.vN.51./dr.. Mww"

will load this Charles HoDey sheet bi* bank PatrIII'I CItIIIIt hank.' TMa Owe M """ "
program published, a few days after Us Mayor Haydoa auras pn But be cautioned that academic M N. .SSr"km lit _
down until It become uwt" .I death Aug. II during a health his assurance hen Saturday, freedom must batempered account In Nassau Survivor todod a daughter. I *anal wM ba b I Ilim c-
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eat." cora an the Soviet Crimea a that he wfll respect academic by Judkkw use of r- "When yea leave ben pleasedon't Mrs ... K. Warm of CaJnetvffle Nnv YMe Mortklgn W eAOdla..... erkwlw fI/I .swan wa ..

say my remarks sanded : two grandchildren and Mart War t *.rMn( i-
Nuclear weapons: LyndoaJohnson manifesto b* bad written Just freedom In stale universities sponsibllity. ban a> We ajmtt ins 0. Hap _
bafon. In It he proclaimed that within the framework of Ib*! subscribe to like a minion dollars.-he 1 Jokad. five great-gnndcaiWmt ... aewi w e.N
From Page, 1 deliberately changed a'I; "I fully every commented briefly on r/ .5w. ....... stInM15 Ja.Nw
policy M that he would bat then were quarrels In the present policies of the Stale statement expressed m the pott- Bum\ FER IE THOMAS Moe. little CN.k N T_
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for the rIs M.wN f.e.w rII wile.
sleep] His schedule. tailed for a |an excuse to rail Gnlirau. If- Kremlin which should he publicly Board of Control. ,cy statement *f tilt Beard ofCooll'ftI. the educattoa budget I w..e N. J. AAMSwww' wN MGaineerilWSlss

press t.D If"/ e n ce. major responsible. aired and oVrlrirwi the Italian: Speaking at a Ilinvroni I In g : ." Bums said. ;|nert legislature sating II will LAKE BITLER Fern* N.. -1..:....
stake
speech and several I appearance party' independence of Mos breakfast of Phi Delta Phi .kf up 57 per rent ol the to* Thomas. U died T b o t edst
Integrity In itflre: With Johnson ,I "II \ill my hope and etpwla- tal state budget. ram injuries received ra I..housetraitor
during of
University ,gal the Holiday .r
fraternity
"w* will continue lo see cow.Th \thin thai this shall %ut be aa "... called on the lawyer h hand lire TumviOe.Mr. .
Florida Homecoming festivities.HI I I now ousted Premier mint Inn, the Democratic candidate
corruption swept ender I he' ana at concern, now or to Ib* taw a>Undent In the anoV Thomas
*: appearance hers was !> 'I hiv* contributed to this situation for governor of Florida .said ba hair,.. Wa law bra tortunatak aa iron worker ..... .....
tended to keep Homecomingfrom rugUwlessness l himself. and b* must have knew at DO other way la ban- enc to bate mt mi challenge I and welder at Cape Kennedy ...... -
bad acadenvto ..
being an all-Democratic : "You go to known that one of tile unpleasant die Internal problems af trl'easides Florida to have by rW tba pnhlle ..,..... was a aadvt of JackaonviD kM av fh* tenaavftV wkaMbj I

and all Lyndon Johnson ihow. WasUngton today, avaa n till malts. would be demmcte- except throng the an*. fratdoai with' ton damonstraUna .... Dais mid med Se mnei II Ualea cemuty. as s bi.Iki1.Cemar. firkaWlPl* / *.101 HaHdla.kvedj $f
af corresponding reepoaslimga about
U. g. Sen. J. William FuV daytftn and you an likaly to toes ta his old mouthpiece. dent and lit Board al CaaJral bJa. major concern* yaath.Sorvtvon. ... w djs secaibJ elegy

bright, Arkansas Democrat get assaulted ar bit an the Pnvda a* a harebrained braggart It wa a mfInuIIaa afprepared a FaaWiantanttlc* to tile IrVmster bckid. his .1 I 'I, ;-. y "tLff OMIt M
........... .
waste town pitching for, the head. who nought dk-tatonhip statement Bun lamed "When problem arils they system.The Mae D. Tbemaa of Hawka .

Johnson ...... Communism "We bar beat and refused to take Into aernont Friday saying thai the .sbould be bandied by the .pre*. trimester to a noble ,vtfc. Ga; tar abeam Min.o CMCUUTIOM tATwl ITCAaaua

Tatting Friday afternoon" to i the CommunuU to death" as a current achievements In science policy statement on academic IdeM of the unlvmuieaad experiment but it kitut'.Lattice. Rocker of Lat Butler.'Mr M oust.'

about 1.MO persons M the ,free nation. Although ComnuinUt and Industry. freedom and reiipnnnibilliy tnlunlvtniiira I by the Board of Control who([achieved It* abjective. You C"Mo' Vile Thompaan Jack- I.wens.... ss.4SI .If'PEOPLE'

Gainesville aboppiiif centre I tar-tics may change,, the Allhouiih the Soy let I'nkm's .burntl In IM1 cleanly are selected by the rili/en of;not run universities like lndib eunvills) Mr*. Jaontta Jnhnna ..

parking" lot, Thurmond laubad IIMI! of world domination wWI downward course during the slated his pMitkNi on that the slate to h'.bliabMt'ttIIArJ |trial plant" 01 Jsckjomul and Mr*. Geaa > 11 M e are mss se -wL'e lpneaasp..

the Johnsoa. administration I lot past four year. would have subject. poUdM." Among the dignitaries pre*. ;\ Wtnuanm uf Lawtry: four ..A..M awes Me.

for scandals public office andbwlcaanesa I I Leadership: "We must not gotten any trader thrown out. ttk In previous apaches the i. After b. intro hxtvav by:'ent were Sen. SpttMrd Holland. brothers T. S. Thomas of LakeButler.

j In the treem, for{lollow/ that line !of Lyndoa Joha- ) tree that Khruahcbev suffer .Jacksonville mayor expressed iterfiW Smith president *f iJwtirran* Steobaa 0-Comiea. At- CecO Thomas of Ncvffla. r. = neon=

fmMeii' economic policies and 'son |nd Hubert Horatio Hum tram a .heart condition and Ugh coocea a' the masker d'tea' the Fstriaa Bar Aasattettoa.Bunt ., General James KyntaUF Fla, Paul Tbamaa *t I g- .

.. eeW'1; '!{phrey. That line win bad M teldestructioe bleed pressure tile lint mm- miasmal amkos"" haHaUog noUltal ; aalpaail about recant'aid PiiaMaat J. Wayne White Boas. Fla. aadAfoaPart Aayaanas : : ..:=..'Cr :

Ma tajjor poiatir ." shoed efflrial ..... *f stale ..........*. j rbargaa by' his *"*a eat ....... flames II .

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U Gajiwvine Sun Sunday October 18 1964(


; 1 OLD FRIENDS MEET I TIlE CONSERVATIVE

(fi tintsuiflt VIEWPOINT fi ''

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litJ i Big Question

JOHN .. MAnIlON, Preeldnd. led
r I,1, 1stllcMrg. PAT COWLlS VI.. ,NIIoI \ About Peace t.
Florida' Beautiful -, .0 JOHNSON Vice Pre.,.....
.I sod aecoOve li/wl W. .. I.IU
I University City -L!, Vic* l>mMMl eel A<- By DAVID LAWRENCEBy
VWMilut' Dlnclio' ION TARTAOLIONr
VII. pntMM. slid Clrulitkn. MMHir.THE DAVID LAWRENCE r

WASHINGTON The stalled "peace Issue" In the presI-
SUN'S POLICY dential campaign Is not which presidential candidate wants

I'' 1. Report the news fully And Impartially In the news columns. O peace for they both do but what policy Is likely,to bring
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-tut only In-editorials. O on or avert war.
I 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial luuei.The Quo iI'C1 The true issue Is the danger of war In the next few years.
It will not come because an American president wants to
I Sun's telephones: All departments 3781411I use nuclear weapons. Indeed nuclear weapons are so suicidal .. I
today that neither side will dare to use them anyway. The
nuclear war scare Injected into the presidential campaign Is
: a presidential campaign Is a specious gimmick and a reckless -
QOL tactic which could result In a miscalculation of the
McNamara Taken to TaskA American position and Increase .the danger of war., .

--- FOR SEVERAL years now, many military men have writ-

congressional subcommittee has The military operations subcommittee ten off the prospect of a nuclear war, but have Insisted
& that not enough thought has been or Is being' given to the
released less than four weeks be. of the House Government
prospect of a major war that would be
non-nuclear. This is
I'.Q
fore the election which is Committee concludedthat
a report Operations : is what is called "conventional" or "limited" war. Yet
critical of Secretary of Defense McNamara had let economy efforts death Is no different for the Individual soldier whether it

Robert S. McNamara. The Defense "throttle" development of a ;: comes on the battlefield or Is the result of a nuclear explosion -
Department, according; to the New apace communications system regarded ---- ,
York Times, was worried about the as essential for national j ,< Tens of thousands of Americans, If not hundreds of thou..
sands, could lose their lives in
political implications of this criticism security. It also criticized the highly \' another "limited" war such
.. I as was fought In Korea _
of McNamara, who is a favorite centralized control established by '
where, Incidentally, no nuclear -
target of Senator Barry Goldwater. McNamara over military research AS POWER SHIFTS weapons were used.It .

and development programs. lasted three years, and th.twar
Representative Chet Holifield might have been prevented

(Dem., Cal.), chairman of the subcommittee The committee had the benefit of by an unequivocal express
is a supporter of the hindsight in its criticism. It also can A-Bomb Politics sion of policy as a substitute
for the ambiguity about our
Johnson administration and a leaderof be doubted that McNamara, if he Intentions which prevailed

the Democratic liberal bloc in the made mistakes in handling this project before the Communist decision

House. But he overrode the Defense did so because he was putting C Via |ark Mates excruciatingly narrow power ground was eroded under him to Invade South Korea In L r
Department's wishes and released the economy ahead of defense need eC.L.1VLZIIac1lLONDON shift was achieved In the most in Moscow. 1950. n American policy is

report, although some critical passages However, McNamara, who has been .open way It is paradoxicallymore The world has unexpectedly fuzzy once more, a ,D 0 s-nuclear '
The A-bomb's difficult than in Russia entered an era as uncertain ss war could emerge in the
were toned down. deservedly praised for his economy lies over both the to surmise the role of the that which followed Stalin's next four years out of the sit, .
efforts and who is regarded as an and London power atomic issue. This was confused death in 1953. The Soviet glacier uation in Berlin as well as In
The report dealt with McNamara'a able administrator, is more vulnerable and while Its Import by election candidatesand Is again grinding but no Viet Nam.

handling of the military communications to the charges that he sometimes strikingly, we can now mixed in a farrago of one can say whither. Yet it Is What brings on a War? Just
satellite program. McNamarain ignores the recommendationsof that nuclear weapons in other questions hard to imagine that a Moscow an Isolated act of aggression

1962 cancelled the four-year-old his associates and other governmental political fallout, know no Nevertheless it exists here:: decision to oust the man or a series of aggressions thit _
Communists
Advent project, because he thoughtit agencies -as it is claimedhe : underscores frontier. China'slesion the and, strangely enough, Harold with opposition most to war associate a nu- go unrepelled? It Is the la'.
Wilson ter which brought World
wasn't making satisfactory prog did in decisions on the satellite ;: .. with a defense squeaks program into office more clear test ban and hostility to War I and World War on II, respectively.
He called the Air'Force and Chinese dynamism, can encourage -
ress. on program. Khrushchev was dethroned tailored to suit Khrushchev'sepoch .
Navy to undertake a less complicated the conspiritorial coup, than that of his successors. Wilson's dreams. And
these have been fettered
project. Then in October of But, whether the criticism of Mc Is Russia's only means Like Khrushchev, if by the cautious already British THE BIG QUESTION befo'e

1963, he deferred the military project Namara is completely justified or' changing living leaders, be- on a modest British scale, voter. the American people and the
and .. of a complex of reasons Wilson urges coexistence, a peoples of Western Europe today
proposed that the Communication not, the decision to release a congressional
from his basic nu search for European disengagement One must now warily await is how best to prevert a
Satellite Corp. develop a report when it is ready for This led and major Can this be
l I policy. policy Internal spending development of Soviet policy.As war. store
satellite system suitable for both release Is wise. McNamara has ample emphasis on coexistence ,at, the expense of the after Stalin's death the by "accommodation" with !i'e:
military and commercial needs. opportunity to comment on the In c I. ventlonal !military budget.He departed boss is succeeded by enemy, which Is a synol'for \ m
This was a failure (because of International report, and neither he nor anyone J forces, a ceiling on his lieutenants. Malen k 0 v, the process of appii *. '
missile expenditures wants to keep W. tCll'llllny Molotov and Beria went fast; ment? The Image of America
complications), and Mc. else should be protected from criticism
out of Allied
In an effort to ease the any how long will Brezhnev and ss a vacillating governmentIs
Namara went back to the military just because there is a presidential nuclear pool, rely entirely on
And last?
economic 1nch. Kosygin Or will they de- widespread in Europe. The
,
project. election campaign going on. these together led to American protection and Khrushchevize as Khrushchev anti Goldwater sentiment Is
tremendous row edge Britain quietly out of the himself de Stalinized? substantial abroad because of
China. atomic weapons business. Despite a belief that the Republican,
,
France's actual andChina's WE CANNOT read the auguries nominee would, not Indulge 'n ,
Roane.'I THAT ROW, and a gradual potential A-forces until we leara what "accommodation," and would
Voice of the : of the tight re Insell Wilson has proclaimed him moscow now Intendf'to do manifest a resolute 'attitude, -< **
; People ) world communism once against a- British national about Peking and everything This Is scorned ss "b r I Ink.
by the Kremlin, accel!b deterrent Peking implies beginning manship." Yet the late John
I I"III.III fragmentation of the with atomics. What Is cer Foster Dulles the print I-!
.On The Sun's Opinion Page bloc. Moscow's in HOWEVER, BIS liberty to tain however is that Wil- tioner of such a policy kept '
declined among Eu pursue these'splratlons was sons's diplomatic freedom of America out of a major 'lOr -

..d e.wes.etl o. Sea fH4... ate w."_, I. Me v.... of ,... ...,It ..I..... L ew". parties and among rigidly limited by the tiny i maneuver is thwarted from by letting it be known that ..:
west k. 4M4 m4 kr th. viftm'i Mitt. *. Ntmn will k* wit....... If r*._t.*. A .lifter .....,N. nations in Asia and margin of his the start. Before he eve the United States would "n *$ %
Ml ....... SOO ..** <*4 mint k* wlft..e, wily M* ....* .0th. MMT. ....., .11,5.11e M 4. TII. .. majority. And the threshold of office hesitate '
lee ......... the "Ieht I* riled ..* !lifter M ......* It, wi'....' .k....*. |k. w.I...'. RIMMI* simultaneous events In Russia crosses to "go -to the brink
Although the new Soviet he finds himself If
....... condemned necessary.
) will probably pr onow make It even less likely to do In that office '
'
log: "Whlli John Doe WM a It. But with these fundamentals no fundamental change thaI a> Prime Minister, he almost exactly what his predecessor THE SOVTJCT UNION at thi: J i
How \o Smear, passenger oa an airline flight you are BOW reauy to goals or methods. Its line win be able to accomplish did. But U this proves moment Is engaged kt Ideologkal --
from New York to Washington Use pen in hand and atari inevitably harden. With much. Just as he was prepar true for II Downing Street it warfare with Red China,
1964 tyle t ire broke ,out la the on a lucrative: career of war-: particular bogeyman, log to lake over in London the Is not true for the Kremlin. but if a military crisis arises,

plane's right engine. Clinching acter asaasination, 111M It)I'. gone there Is the Communist regime m
EDITOR, Sun: Most of your a fire extinguisher In his how you may expect some to to be at least temp Pelping would certainly- be
readers are now no dou b t teeth, Doe crawled out on the criticism train ultra lioerais, easement of the Mos S allied with Moscow. The pene-
.
aware that there Is a bookmaking wing and extinguished the eggneaoa and oilier professional Peking strain even If trstion of Southeast Asia by

the rounds tailed "A blase, thus saving the plane'sU skeptics fortunately, two prove finally irrecon- BARRY RIDES 'EM the Red Chinese has the secret
Texan Looks at Lyndon." As passengers from certain tomgnts uxt I) Sun provides I ALLr approval ., me-fioviets,
the Sun has pointed out,' the doom.(See, New York Times,, us wino a simple and red army marshals who could stop the Viet- Nam
book Is a "docum en'e d AP, UPI, itc.) One of the "ItC meuud for aeaf n g were 'unhappy with FROM DOGSLEDS TO DONKEYS war any time they wished
smear of the President It passengers on that flight wu WHO, this prootera. The tic a' force cuts and But it's grist for their mill,".,
/follows closely on the heels of the third assistant deputy sec- pique comes from a dist I n- spending on con- Went for the long hauls he just as Infiltration and aubver- .".
goods, will surely another book titled "None rotary of the Soviet Embassy. gunned local cltuen who has for more rearmament.press switches to smaller planesto sire activities In Latin Amerl0) *-
Dare Call It Treason" which (Set same) ObviouslyDoe's managed to combine two caught In the ten- WASHINGTON Sen. Barry whisk him to airports ca have been ever since X
smears Just about everyoneyou motive was to live the gun careen; lost ol a medical that always follow) Goldwater has used just where the jet cannot land. a Soviet military base was S )
can think of except Bar life,of this fellow Commie." << doctor and mat of a lust upsets, is close to about all means of transportation He had ridden horses In established In Cuba. '*

ry Goldwater, Joe McCarthy A third technique Is to refer tune writer 01 letters to toe marshals. In an effort to present parades and, like everyone The administration policy 1
and Daddy Warbucks. "None to private correspondence, euitor. You merely rev e r s e And it Is axiomatic that If his case to the voter. else, he seems to spend about seems to favor "accommoda-_ ,
Dare" Is also "documented." telegrams or other documents the presumption of innocence adopts a tougher atti This week, for example, he half his time in automobiles lion" and "negotiation" with t '
and challenge your critics to will ride a working rtverboa Moscow but not a single
The point Is that undo c u- not available to the public.Semple"Preaklent and spends more oa b September, he aade a IMtmllo ,- con-
oa the Missouri st Sioux cessloa of
disprove your charges of Chita l ,will ba wnlstloHtop tour by. Military Important
mented documented smears are "out" and" : K1 sen-. treachery and skulduggery. .sed. It Is Ilknriat ..., City..Iowa, during the dry's traia. has keen obtained In thai way
smears are "In. bower conspired with Krusn- that if Russia hopes to ,flrst annual Ttvereado.But. from the Soviets since World
Since there Is obviously pro chevbeselltheRosalaaaManhattan. Sample; Can you prove that ... China it wul !have to at the Republican Ks.rtverboat Recently kj San. mads War II ended. The Communists -
fit and perhaps fun In writing Island for ttt and Barry GoUwator Isn't a Como a tougher attitude. Tht Sisal c..IaIe pktts6/ sad.' ce a yaeM took lung to a flshamWs indeed, have widened
documented smears, perhaps a case of vodka. (See letter muidst spy? Can you prove I with PekJnf erMaaM a ky ,........ wharf. pier fai 8aarnadace rather than narrowed their i
some of your readers would from Sherman Adams to Sam thai But Miller laal the so- Khrushclltv'l 1aa1s1eace with tome el tilt ether mew where IM parUdpetal efforts to thwart free governmeats -
like to know how to go about Blrchw.ter)" Sine Birch cret head ol the Mafia- Well, nuclear war la''nthfeh* II bcenettai Mod by tkeSeaator. to cereaoaiee opening In aO parts of theworld.

It. water died In Mosamblaue canyon? and that Moscow m e at fc almost ceaventloBL the dry's Cetarabua Day Senator Goldwater says
..... ........ he
A basic technique is to cite In 1KI It's unlikely that None Dare Call MeCHICrvKNrOOT seek aces ens. favors a policy that shows
other smear publications, documented many readers win make the with the Vest and limi m New Hampshire he rode -And." said the Repubrt- strength. He doesn't believein
or undocumente d. trip there to rummage For Not Signing My Name on the giddy arms a dogsled and a build o s e r. can national chairman, Dean tactics of bluster h the..
But lest some cynics question through his personal effects He used hells In ,New Burch, "lie" aolnC to keep does advocate such a clear t+ J"
this type of documentation, to find out If such a letter Jersey he uses riding the DtfDOfTttiC .... position of policy that, it cannot :'.: '
preferably an official one, to exists Fan, Mj8S 8'BigOrimgc' BRITAIN, although the the Goldwater campaign; jet keg nat* Nov. f) be misconstrued as appeajement
!. till. era
e e a
document some rather obvious A final ploy Is to take a the; General Douglas MacArv

l part of your smear statement from aa official or POTOMA thug in his address to a joint r
publication for the punch: line '., FEVER
authority. other reliable p e b lie at km EDITOR, Sun: Sports coverage session of Congress oa April w
1.. 1101. said: 'j ,
whether the here is j
without WJeattag lousy. It's a By JACK WILSON, Cowlea Waaljlngtoo Bureau f
"Pearl Harbor "FOR leaches 1
Sample: was publication vouched (for the BIG Auburn town so you CM HISTORY"
bombed by the Japanese enDecember truth of the statement or not. imagine how sick they are Democrat claim Republicans tried to bribe a Democratic teletype-operator with unmistakable empbas*
7. 1141. 1941. (See Sample: Suppose you find after Kentucky.I get camnaign secrets. He was loyal though good- Democrats won't, kiss is. that appeasement but begets | '
the Congressional Record the the following to the reportof : teletype. new and bloodier war. Q a
bombing was: arranged: by a Congressional Commit. graduated from the University ; __ points to no single (nstanre ,;
President i Roosevelt of Florida Medical where this end has
justifM
as
part tee: "A man who gave his '
I Police in plot to III, President
say a sunpcrt a afwawlnale served tine for
eta Commie plot. (See School In June ISM. and I that means, who a
name as Napoleon Bonaparte, p pease-.
with malke. that's awful It's bad enough t. Herder :
'Everybody I Know Is a Trai- and who was wearing a pro- miss the BIG ORANGEthing some haling him too. ; somebody, with ment has led to more men a >.
tor', by Herbert Hurricane"A pellar beanie an ostrich-fea awful Never thought I'd sham peace. Like bIJIcbIajJ'11 .4".
ther coat and lavendar leotards miss anything In Gainesville lays the basis for ntw aced 't
second method Is to document testified as toll e w .. after eight long years, but Those three Russians rode in their aitellite in ordinary clothes without spare successively greater ftomaarni.mtil. .
and some draw undeniableevent John Poster Dulles helpedthe lots of folks down there have or shoes. Reminds you of Wendell Willkle -,Simple barefoot apace. as fa blactma.. 'vies .

treacherous conclusions your from own Chinese Communists try lots to be thankful for, believe fence becomes." the only -9019alternative. .
to steal the formula for Met- M
It. me.PLEASE The old reply is. however.
recsl. The Committee has send the Sunday Our apace people say the RMwlaa. flight didn't really sea a thing. Well being beard that peace at
Sample: Suppose John Doe substantiateMr.
found nothing to edition of the Gainesville Sun able to do jet aa wen fat another $10.000,000.00 almost b
any price Memory
Is
a highly mpected American Bonaparte's "tlll.on1.
and tell Rabbit Smith, htllo1
as an alternative to auclcer
,' holder of oad
the first
statesman 'Just strike out the (
Congressional Medal oJ H .. last sentence and se the played fourth (lor was i it Bobby )Kennedy's three, enne marched with him in the Columbua Dar Parade war. TIle basic question today
or and of previously unquet- committee report as authority. fifth) string guard for him in it was strictly non-political you have to be 30 to be a Senator. la bow to pitvcnl ssdoss;.):
turned lo lty. However, he one game of my senior year to face np to a aua-nafcay ,.
> hi ... .
Ptlaika, .MS. war ... t lost bylireWest
has never helped lynch a As with nest worthwhilenosaver I 1 no Nkgara Fife CeHle. Rep, HI ....'. home paper, comes Mt for could gfv' XXast .:.
Cnmmuniti and bears la ripe .. N win take 1M It CAP'. DICK RVALI, MlM Q .... sad Hnaapkrey. It'a ,.. eU story .. ... Is a hen to has editorial 1.u.aUa-w., : Itgrel"Ptrkosp
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4A Gomesville" Sun Sunday. October. 11. 1964 .. .,. it 8.W. ..!
tneme judicial mui IIIIIK .111 Primitive Baptist Church. The Sunday School with the superintendent I The Federation worsnip services itneatea! oy tne
11 Children In evening worship at 1:30: p.m. to
bl feature Concern for
.. program will go through the entire and teachers in are a monthly
week closing Monday night charge at 10:30: A.m. Mrs. J. S.'presented at the various churches Trouble." The latter theme Is day.The
with ML Pleasant Methodist Sanders, member of the Greater of the city and county. retained today and will be the public Is invited.

Voice of the People;! Church and the annual singing Bethel 1 A.M.E. Church from theoretical and legal ramifications ANNIVERSAY FETE ,
court law
contest among the ministers of Gainesville, will be the principal I LEE WATERS of the Juvenile .'
: the city. speaker at 11:30 a.m. Lee Waters, 65, lot Wllllston. according! to Dean Thomas Mil The University City Flora)'. .,
I ,died Tuesday Oct. 13, at the ler Jenkins. Club will celebrate Its anniversary -"
The regular services: Sunday) ) Mrs. J. D. $tewsrt member
On The Sun's Opinion Page* .-. School 9.30 a.m.; morning of the Church'of Christ from 'University Teaching Hospi a I II be Highlights demonstrations of the of sessions Juven I 11 will I i e Sunday Oct. 18. at 11 a.mat / I 1.
after( \illness. IU was
ship 11 a.m.; and evening Micanopy, will be the principal I a lingering the Zion Temple AME. Zion
avail J
........... and **,.mmnn w, s.. l..4.s ..Ic_ ill H>. Vsic..F Ml* sussh>Ie ...>"".. Lists ship 7 p.m. Rev. Walter wor.1 speaker at 12:30: p.m. |a native of \Ulliston.He courts In action and the ....
distinguished
1 If j. II| | mutt k* fignri .ii4 k..r Hw. wilt.,'a ........ ...*.. win k. wrtkMW If __ell!. A kltw tlmiMi worked as a farmer and ability of services of Church.
i I 11 ..r .....11I 500 .tr4i end muse k* written .. ...* .>4. .. tile *...'. rube c.....* k. ..... Tile White, pastor: Mrs. t Dinner will be served in the was a member of Allen Ch pel community leaders who Is invited.
II Sun r.s.rv.s tki right to rtkct Mf lusts *r to hwtt. M. vMkM. MBtln tk. w>i>.,'s m* I ....... AME Church.
.-..-.. p.m. Rev. Ruditie Murray,, having specific community
t Survivors Include his wifeMrs. I
I"WOMEN'S DAY of St. John A.M.I, NOTICE
But with these fundamentals OBSoRV.\SCE'1.member I "
it. problems.
"While John Doe was a
ing: : of
Susie Waters !
Women's Day 'Church from Fairbanks, will I b( hi The Wesleyan Service Cull I c
to Wllllston'l The of the forum
How are now ready
Smear I purpose
airline flight
j to passenger on an you I'one sister Mary of the Mt. Pleasant Method I Is I
and starton be held at the Mt, Marian Bap !:the principal speaker at 3 pm Interested
take in hand to acquaint persons ;
from New York to W a s hing- pen ; liston, two brothers, E1 I 1118 i h, Is
Church sponsoring a seasor'tea
k in theplane's a lucrative career of char tist Church today The Union Gospel Singeri i In juvenile problems with the e [
broke out
ton, a fire Waters and Joe Waters both >fMi.iml '
In the dinIng
t 1964-Style right engine. Clinch acter assasination, 1964 style. The schedule of services Is as: ''[from Jacksonville will render i I ono ur.r'e, Amos Waters historical and legal background today of at the 3 p.m.church. -

EDITOR, Sun: Most of your Ing a fire extinguisher in his Now you may expect some follows: 'program at 8 p.m. two aunts, !Mrs Rosa Bal i and development of the juvenile room
from ultra liberals, Sunday School, 9:45: a m. with) 1 Invited. Rev. court and to Illustrate Ihecourt's I there will N
readers are now no doubt I II teeth, Doe crawled out on the criticism The public\l lard. Williston, Mrs. Lula Par k- I During the tea,
aware that there is a bookmaking wing and extinguished the eggheads and other pro f e s- ,Mrs. Ora Mae Rentx, superintendent I Walker, acting' p.slorI: : r.. ler of Jacksonville, other rein practical operation a musical program presenteeby

the rounds called "A blaze, thus saving the plane's atonal skeptics. Fortunately I Evelyn Bradley, captain of chit I lives and friends. I Among the topics to be the youths of the church.
tonight's (Oct. 8)) Sun pro The guest'speaker will be' Mrs. Doris Feed, captain cussed are: "Corrective dlS'1
a from certain No. :;. I
Texan Looks at Lyndon. As passengers --- I Invited. There b
and Mrs. A. F. Wright! teacher In ment Versus Punitive The public is
.
with
vides simple and
a No. 1
doom. (See New York Times, us of club reporter NOTICE
the Sun has pointed out, the "
JI School ? "From Where? ? admission price.
method for deal I n g the Duval Elementary Why : Why no
effective
book is a "docum e n t e d AP, UPI, etc.) One of the The Female Protective Convention
Who Comes to Gpurt; "Dif.1
,
with this problem. The tech- at 11 aim I LANDMARK
President. It on that flight was A choir members asked
smear of the passengers are
I ference of Opinion Is Not NEWBERRY NEWSN.
dist I Mrs. W. E Gaines teacher
from n-
follows closely on the heels of the third assistant deputy secretary nique comes a Bible ThouRht "We are ambassadors to meet Monday at 8 pm sarily a Difference of Pur- E. S. HighlightsThe
another book titled "None of the Soviet Embassy.See guished local citizen who has in the .A. Q. Jones Elementary for Christ God mal. at the Pleasant Plain !Methodist
managed to combine i two School, will be guest speaker at pose"; "From Start to Treat- regular P. T. A. of NewElemetary
Obviously through us'i
Dare Call It Treason" which ( same) ing his appeal Church at Jonesville for the e ment-Not Finish"; Investigation School meetIng -'
smears Just about everyo n e Doe's motive was to save the great careen; that of a medical t p.m. ,beseech you on behalf of Christ t. last rehearsal. Mrs P L Scott! Supervision, and Pur- berry Oct.
you can think of except Bar life of this fellow Commie." doctor and that of a full- The public is Invited. Rev. L.;ba reconciled to God" (11 Co-I(reporter and president; Mrs. nose"; and "What Happens In will\ be School held Tuesday Cafeteria al.

ry Goldwater, Joe McCarthyand A third technique Is to re- time writer of letters to the A. Tillman, pastor: Mrs. WillaD. ,rmthlans 520.: RSV.) ,H. G. Shuman, pianist. Court?" 20 in the
editor. You merely reverse 7:30 p.m. All patrons are urgedto
Daddy Warbucks. "NoneDare" fer to private correspondence, Foxworth, reporter. -
is also "documented"The telegrams or other documentsnot the presumption of innocenceand JOINT SERVICE '!rilOCR\M SCHEDULED The speakers' roster will Include be present and on time.

I point is that undocumented available 'i the public. challenge your critics to UNITED flllRCH WOMEN: : Elder Walter Camps and hi!II| The Undenominational Choirs' borough Judge County 0. D.' Judge Howell T.111111-1 I The election of Student Council
"President EIsenhower disprove your charges 0 f The United Church Women of from Palatka wil' '
smears are "out" and Sample: congregation Union will present its program Hall, take County; Judge Theodore Officers will be held M o n
I conspired with Krush treachery and skulduggery. the Gainesville Area will meet conduct Joint service, at thi u Parade"
documented smears are "in. a entitled "Choirs In at /. Bruno, Escambla I day, Oct. 11! The: Aipfrlnf I
Since there Is obviously profit chev to sell the Russians Sample: Can you prove that Thursday at the Holy Trinity Mt. Olive Primitive B a p 11 l s I Ithe, Johnson Chapel! BaptistChurch County: Judge Lamar Win e- candidates: mad Campaign:

S and perhaps fun In writing Manhattan Island for $24 anda Barry Goldwater Isn't a Communist Episcopal Church. Church today at 3 pm. Oct. 26, Monday, at i ip 8 leant, Duval County; Judge Rufus speeches In assembly Tuesday

documented smears, perhaps case of vodka. (See letter spy? Can you prove The study theme Is "Lal t yin The public I H invited. m. Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor;; Jefferson, Leon County;; '
some of your readers would from Sherman Adams to Sam that Bill Miller isn't the se- Mission." A coffee hour will Elmore Dexter, president) Deacon Judge G. Bowden Hunt, Polk Socially speaking l the seventland

like to know how to go about Blrchwater)" Since Birch- cret head of the Mafia? Well, be In honor of Mrs. Chris Math'FEDERATION: WORSHIP I. Wells, vice president;; County; Sergeant Harry W a I- eighth grade classes El undet
of Miss
r water died In Moiambique can you? eson! recently elected State .The Federation Worship Sen)" Mrs. P. Vinson, secretary; Mrs. [lace, Police Depnrtment Lakeland the sponsorship me

It.A basic technique Is to cite In 1958, it's unlikely that None Dare Call Me President at 9 p m., and at 9'30a Ices by the Ministerial AUIanci r'E. George, assistant secretary;; ; and David R. Walters i ,, Cherry, give asocial Saturday hV-tlli

other smear publications, documented many readers will make the CHICKENFOOTFor s m. there will be registration of Gainesville and AI I a c h u i II Mrs. P.. L. !Scott, reporter [acting superintendent, F''I I o rids School Cafeteria on hid enjoyable
or undocumente trip there to rummage Not Signing My Name There will be no evening County will be held at thi I!f --- ShiMil for Boys, Marianne k t. 10. Everyone in

But lest some cynics question through his personal effects meeting f Church of God In Christ wit tl I hSPEn\L; NOTICE The forum, which Is spearheaded evening.
r this type of documentation, to find out if such a letter All Interested persons are. in- Bishop Henry Williams, pastor'.I| The West Coast Ministers and by Judge G Bo w den
I preferably an official one, to exists.A Fan :Misses vited. of 828 N.W. 7th Ave., Oct< Iit 1:Deacons Union choir will mcclTuesday Illunt, Is supported financiallyby NEW CLASS .

document some rather 0 b final Is to take a 4 p.m., today. The prngran,I Oil. 20, at 8 p m. at, the William G. and Marie Registration for the'19 lit
ploy
I v t 10 u s part of your smear statement from an official or *Big Orange'EDITOR HOME FROM: HOSPITU. Is as follows: Master of ceremonies -:,the home of Mrs. II. G. Muiman Selhy; Foundation, Is sponsored'Adult Cosmetology Class at Lin- I
t publication for the punch line lie lion Deacon Robert Fergus o n, Rev G. L. Souder;,at Arromlondj. Deacon Ben C.. at the law college annually, andis ''coin High School, which beginson
a
Ii\ authority. other reliable pub whether the Sun: Sports coverage a d member of Mt. Moriah Baptist hymn choir, Church of God! I I III n.Pavls.! president; Miss VernallaHVilliami opened l to Juvenile coun e- Nov. 2, is now open. Application '

without indicating for the here is lousy. It's a Church, who was a patientin I Christ; prayer Rev. S. M. Dan ; secretary; Mrs. P. L. Ion, visiting teachers, schoo I I blanks may be secure
Sample: "Pearl Harbor was publication vouched not. BIG Auburn town so you can the hospital, has returned to litis; voluntary, choir, Churc hi|Scott, reporter attendance officers I deputy I I from the office during sch: ooi.
the statement or
of
truth should be
I bombed by the Japanese on how sick they are his home. God In Christ; scripture Dr. sheriffs, I'TA groups, and others hours. Applications -
December 7, 1941 1941. (See Sample: Suppose you find Imagine after Kentucky. Friends of Deacon Fergus o n lof T. A. Wright; solo, Joe Wei 1 I-IJLVKMLE: COURT FORUM Mho are interested In juvenile returned by Friday, Oct. 23.
the
:. the Congressional Record, the the following In Commit reportof I graduated from the Uni are asked to visit him. Miss I) come; the occasion, ('Ir, W. M I. TALLAHASSEE The 8lhi problems and the juvenile Requirements are: Proof ol
I
bombing was arranged by a Congressional who his versity of Florida Medical! I Foxworth, reporter. Ferguson; consecration hymr i.,I Annual Juvenile Court Law and courts.: There Is no charge. high school graduation or loirgride
President Roosevelt as partof tee: "A man gave School in June, 1964, and I choir; presentation of speakerRev Procedure Forum of the lion Persons! Interested In attending equivalency test scoreTest .
a Commie I plot. (See name as Napoleon Bonaparte miss the BIG ORANGE some- LACROSSE NEWSfumes' W L. Solider; sermon'. da AiM University College ol' are requested to write to will be given In the all
'Everybody I Know Is a Trai and who was wearing a pro- be In the! the Dean of the of .
ostrich-fea thing awful. Never thought I'd Day Scheduled Dr Walter S. White; Invitation I taw will sponsored College Law purpose room at 8::30 a.m. Friday
tor', by Herbert Hurricane"A pellar beanie, an leotards miss anything in Gainesville Women's Day will be observed Bishop II. Williams, pastor; olferlnry ;. Moot Court Room Oil. 23 24 Florida AiM University Tallahassee I I. ; health card (blood test'

second method is to document ther coat testified and as lavendar follow.. after eight long years, but at the Bethel A.M.E. Church Dr. I'I. E.! White an,J. Beginning In 1957, the theme! .'Ia., 31107. and X-ray; white uniforms (tin.

some undeniable I I John Foster Dulles helpedthe lots of folks down there have today. jltev. B. F. Weary: announcements of the first forum was" "Klorld.i..I. eluding shoes), and work kit.
and benediction! Dr Juvenile Court Law; the second NEWBERRY NEWS:
The schedule of services Is as ;
event and draw your ownS lots to be thankful for, believe
4 fromit. Chinese Communists try follows: Walter S. White. held In 1956, presented the Youth Day Planned Financial obligation will be:
treacherous conclusions to steal the formula for Met- me. a. theme \"History, Law and Pro. Youth Day services will b i i registration, |1J; kit $21; state

recal.' The Committee h a s PLEASE send the .Sunday --- -- 'endure of the Juvenile Court;". conducted at the Mt. Zora Baptist board, $20: and tat book. $7.. 50.

Sample: Suppose John Doe found nothing to substantiateMr. edition of the Gainesville Sun I 111 and < the third...!forum was deMtltlUY '. Church here both at the I Total Is 187.M. -

'/ is a highly respected Amerl- Bonaparte's testl .ony." and tell Rabbit Smith helloI -* i 1 I JOHNSON! '-, ---

can statesman, holder of the Just strike out the first and played fourth (or was it In the SunLincoln \ NUPTIAL READ
site the
Congressional Medal of H o nor last sentence and fifth) string guard for him I in 41
committee report as authority. Miss Nedra Yvonne Johnson,
and of previously unques- of senior
1 one game my yearIn
daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. L
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he
tioned loyalty. However, Palatka, 1966.
has never helped lynch a As with most worthw b I II 1 e,. Juhnmm became the bride ol
Communist and hence Is ripe endeavors; /it wU take son i CAPT. DICK RYAi"S. MD. Leroy Murrsyof llarlf o r d.
r I Write the follow- practice to get the hang of Ft. Banning, Ga.I' I Conn., son of Mr and Mrs. Melvin -
for a smear. '
afternoon
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Saturday
/ I .. alii... at S Murray O'clock Sept. 19, 1M4.

I : Hy MAE McCOY and JOYCE MUKLANI The wedding look placi alI
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News of Special Greater Bethel A.M.E. M.I hodl.it -
I' With the high points of homecoming .. Ident Elect; Joyce Kirks a n c I, Church with Rev. W, S t

t to the boiling point i !i: Vice President; Loretta Wyttu" White, pastor, officiating for t

i To the Colored Community, things I are really hopp I n i( Secretary; Mary Moody asali.. the double ring ceremony. I 4t "

around goo4 old Lincoln. tent Secretary Janice II o b d),, Nuptial music: was presented!
The theme f o I Iscbool .. soloist t tI
homecoming by Mr. Jam.slay. ,
iJ J, i News items for thla'p... ahouldbe .irKted to Ben r. Child., Colored Newa year 84(1 la "The Tcr. Treasurer; G f a I y e n Martin I, [and Mr J. C. Rawln, organist. \

editor, by jnall al 528 NW 8th Sa. 0'' ItT phone .It- FR 8.5153. Do.> lIot lend tiers Portray a Rlngland Hull4 -. Historian; Jacqueline Peterson I, Baskets of yellow and bronze

I ,Item directly. to the Sa office, 'f Chaplain; Faye Sampan, ,Sons:. Chrysanthemums adorned the
t I '_..1 .,............... ..... .,.....,. will III ...... III ,.j. L With y. the election. of. Mm I leader; Dale Cernge Reporter: alter, which was banked with

r NOTICE ROCHELLE NEWS member of the Ushers' Board Homecoming over, but we have! Ruth MoocI:' ,. Sergeant, A t I small polms.

Breakfasts will be served In Choirs' talon T. Meet and junior choir of Mt. Pleaint two more to go, Miss Terriers,, Arms; Bettie Jones, I'artiamen,. Given In marriage by her n

,, the dining room of the Shady, The Friendly Choirs' Union and Miss Junior High. Mill I tartan: The NHA Sweetheart I:. father the bride wore a gown a dt
Grove Primitive Baptist Church will convene at the Hall Chapel Friends wish for her much Homecoming for the year 84M .. Miss Elsie Jenkins. IIf Peau de s,ln with' a filled

I today from 8 aim, to I a m. Methodist Church today. 0 c &. (success.. Is Miss Yvonne Hayes.We The class officers of 10 'J bodies and scalloped neckline
18, at 1 p.m. here. wish all seniors look luck. are as follow: Jacqueline Williams :. accent with luslrouf pearls

AILING AT HOME': *J WOMEN'S DAY SUCCESSFUL VOTERS LEAGUE In taking the Florida State Wide, ( President: Mary Do us.'. and sequins featuring a tiered
1 of Mt. Carmel I! The Alachua County Vat r s I lace
p The following persons are 'alII The women Test. las, Secretary; ('IolrlthyIt.nry ruffle skirt of Chantilly
Ing at their homes:, Mrs. Prls- Baptist Church are grateful tall League Is calling all registered, The Officers of the Senl o r Assistant Secretary; GwcndolyiColli terminating In full train. i
I cilia Vinson and Mrs. Ha I tie 1 friends for making their]voters to meet at Hawthorne on NHA for the term (4 (1 are' *, Treasurer; Rail W I II I Her veil uf Illusion was far
day a successful: one. Monday at I p m. and also i at tened to a small crown of beads 1i '
:
Jordan. Follows Mae Edith Willie Bi .
r ai McCoy'I(hams, Chaplain; Ruth v e w
also think of Wednesday at I I
We wish to Newberry on and pearls. She carried a boar
President; Rosa Dennard, Pres- tins, Sergeant At Arms.
t J They are members of Pall I .- those so willingly participatedin !( quet of while Orchids and step-
bearers' Lodge No.: 113. each 'service. Especially, do I pm.There will be members of hoiiotls fastened to a p r a 'Ie rbook.
\1 I i Their friends are asked t o we thank Mrs. LV. Randall, LBJ County Democratic Committee -- Her only Jewelry was a
" visit them. Mrs. r, D. Shannon the morning speaker from Jacksonville present to speak to the: I IJtk .bti I single' strand of pearls a gift of rles. The groom's mother chose Icranctmo""lIIei' 8f the br ii e,

, reporter. and Mrs Gladys Ales the bridegroom. a gold sheath dress of taffeta Ella M. Bllleng. Mrs. LeimraThortn t
I ander the evening speaker I group.A Mrs Barbara Juhnsoa sister with matching accessories: they *, Mrs G. E. Austin,
CLUB COUNCIL The fellowship was great and,' combined effort put mors In law if the bride waa matron both wore corsage ei aeahMa.Following HtJuiuiri.7lirner: Mr.'a'nd.MrsErnest
voters
'1 I The Gainesville Club Council will be an outstanding factor in i than I. registered on: of honor'Bridesmaids were .1 be ceremony a re.. Sallet. Mr.Joyce '
/\I will hold Its first faD meting our hearts and memories the books at the Supervisor e olRegistration's 1l\ICbunc Miss Brenda Rivers, Miss Carolyn ceptlon wsi flm 'by the bridq'1parents. HcTt/r' Mr. W.-J: Browy all of

; at the Recreation Center, today through the coming years. Mr"1 Office. FranklinMli | Vivian I I The MMBott. residence Cuatis. Mile Pauline Bun can
' at S p.m. The center is located E. M, Harper, general) e h I The testimonial Recreation banquet I It !! Jones, ..... 'Blanch Jacks n, was decorated throughout wltfi. of Ocala Mr. Leroy (fa r t a n,
. I scheduled at the the color scherte of yellow and Ocala Mr. Claranell Taylor
on N.W. 1st Street. man; Rev. T. A. Wright, pas Mrs. Barbara Blya Hendrix. ,
Center Monday, Nov. 2, at I .
tor. I All dresses b r o n 11 chrysajiUieiniMU and Mn. Alv r faJrteyallofCTa.k
won Door-length
It Is Important that at least ,.IIL '' of mint brocade ,small palms., J ... ** *, ....-...Ic. Smith, grandfflpther ,
three members from each club[YOUTH DAY OBSERVANCE I A tribute will be paid I to I By ELEANOR OWE.NS and HKIUIKKT JONES Thrff head green pleat were taftrl"1,i Among those ajuMJnf at the of the groom, St. PetersW -

in the city be present because, Youth Day observance will those who worked to Increase pifbes b\\. '' Each -attendant reception w. It'Mr.. Joseph

Important information w i 111 ba be held at the Spring H1U Bap. vote registration here In the!. I The Mtbsnc student body be submitted by October '13th canted colonial( bouquet I of,Hlghtower, Mine Sandra Ken *I I' The bride was compllinented

passed on to you. list Church today. The schedule county. L. V. Davis, vice poet served its second study d Ob-I>to one of the following persons. I bronze and yellow chrysanthemums .'doll Mm Laos Weight' Mill'with a miscellaneous shower

! |of services Is as follows: ident of the Voters Lesgue. Thursday. October 1st. The Betty Fra/ler, Eleanor Owens, I with. bron/e ribbon. Mamie Rnbertwn, Mrs. Beltye given ty Mrs. Arnold Dorsey at

Miss Juanlta Hosier, teacher Homemakers of America: held or Herbert& Jones Cornel) Murray, brother of the]Jennings, liter home, Friday. ..,.. 18, with

in the Williams E l e m e atary i CLASS ORGANIZES 1 clanof I''tits initiation ceremony in ss-j i The Student Council is preparing bridegroom setved e .as, best The bride's book was kept by than 14 friend '.*. the
School.6 win be the prind P a The llh grade section II MlllbI,. The organization wel-, to make Halloween a msn. Mill Jeannette DtBose. The out.bride present A brldaUunch.or .

speaker at 11 son. II I Lincoln High School elected Oct.,'corned (0 new members to III I!!memorable occasion this year. Gordon, Tram*sell of B e s-,of town guests were Mr. a a d honoring tttt bridrmd: her

Miss Lillian Jackson, present the following officers on ,, family. <|,They will sponsor a Halloween Inn, Merman Juhjrunn of Emits |:M" D g n a 1 14 Scarlett of Da,.lattendenta' were grveji by Mrs.
I t
"Miss Uncoto,' win she be 14: Usac Williams preside n ; Representatives of the District |Carnival on the last of October. Florida. Johnny Taylor Eugene .'.InN Bearh: Florida, Attor n t y LaKav Banks- Mrs. 'Jerry Mal I

the principal! speaker .at J.JOJS. I ''Gary Harrison. vice presidentLena Get;. IV, New Homemakers! of, The school l beanies will be at Crawford and Calvin John-:George W. Allen and attorney'ler and Mrs. D. Duval Williams

I I Palmer. secretary: America held their district 1 your dispotat. They are f I earn.!inn all of Gainesville; were sub-'JAkee: HJstmgj both of ft, Lau-' al the' Unlversty Inn
Several youth choirs hi the aldtoe Anderson assistant/ secretary planning'mesang at Mebanej!!, The following orf.am/at I lens .er:. The flower girls' were Juliette -;drrdsle. rioruk Mr and Mrl(Wednesday, Sept, H., -,

diy win appear to the .program. : Henrietta Penn/nlte M nhapisin .::100 September 26th. There were!;|have elected officers for the" and Wilnctte Sweating of,,Jimet A/grett; J* k nw ,$J11 1 e,I A lingerie shower honor I 1111
The public h.Invited. : ; and Barbara u r five schools represented The new Mhool term :N F.A ramps Florid Baryon Jennings '' Florida Mr rid )Ira. Wilton I the Miss Nedr Johnson was

ray. reporter.. district meeting win be held all ter A.President.Archie D Chap-I served as rlngnesrtr. :!:Swotting of Tampa. Fl e r I d a.'Liven by Mrs A. C. Hear, and
t LEAVES FOR IaIOOL I I Mebene. the 24th of Ortnber.I We-President Calvin II a The mother of the belle these''Mrs. Elloulr Oibney. Lottie Y.. B Hlghtower at Mrs.. Meat
Mill Cefestine Patricia Williams CARD 0THAU The first six weeks will. end Sccretary-Joihua Welch, Trea- 'a green satin brocade sheath''!and Dottle Dabney" of Ltesburg.'Flnrkfj. .;1 ly's home Sept, 17., Many
of the Ute Mrs '''
(above) daughter If The family 'dm with matching accetn Mn. Millie Johlll 0 n. friends of the brkfc attended
Mrs. CarrieGuilford Abnnia Jones sister of M r s ., October 13th. Students have si-1!M'rr.JwKt Garrison, Report; T __ ._
at Hew il Katie: McClendon. of HI NW ready begun preparing for fix'|''erNathaniel! Gamey. Watch '

York City a lid ltth Street wish to thank: DM weeks examinations. We would''man-Willie Brown Parliam a /to POTOMAC FEVER: \ It
';k grand daegh- many, many friends for thru, like to take this opportunity to tsrian-Lewis Washington, IIISInrunDavld .

ter ., Mrs. Lola kM deeds shown fallowing( hn encourage: all students to ft G. (,1wtrbrrluch.ChapL..rrf'drwk ,
Williams I t ['death. Mrs. Katie McCiend e a, their names on the honor roD.' Fisher Song- lly J.K'I. KON, ewleV, Washington Bureau .

lOSS HOMECOMING el m NW M '' sister, and family. We know you can do It! So,.trader-Alfred RoheruuAdvlwr- P.mocft4: claim' Republic) tried to bribe a emtocratle teletype opehtor V.
Yvonne Hayes. II. tabard' DAT !buckle tell students, and Mr. Samuel 1 MtCstUiu' NT.AIfhapter land
BUDGET
Ave- left le up to vet ram Min aecreti. He wa* "'ral, though good DemucraU wonVkla
daughter of Mrs. Doris Rob&I101I. 'farther her education I Today Budget<< Day" at well see you m the honor roD,. BPreiidnttGeorge teletype )
j
was named -Miss Him. ta the Greater Bethel AM.E. Church Homecoming seems to be the .Ponteli Vire-Presidcnt John <,

coming for U844T at the Lh- ore-sofa soeial U II the deadline for nxtnhen'pay center of attract** around the I:Marvin Jonrt, Secretary Roy 'i
roto High Sennet.; I ('worker. 1!of P .'' ** as bear as.aat' "tad*,|smpns theie ,.,.. Many (;Or- Cason. Treasurer.Louis Bry Pollct say a suspect In a plot I* .M.wlMtfl the President served llmt far
I ".atretor w.hh awlke.lhafa aw full It'e ... ewwf h .. Birder aovehe'r .|.... ;
WO- |
elected
Her first official appearancean CAfes Junior Coflef at Si.a |eT (Conference data*. Ths ganualions have persona -j i last. Rr1)ortet-l) y Iw e air
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"Hiss Hoinco nin|" will beat Class Leaden wffl report to- to represent them hi (heparade. (lams* Parliamentarian-Fr inkJohasM. 'N' hath* fels 'Uev'r .... ,, f

the terosMflosj Tuesday, OetV. II I ....... II _. The. footer's "Ceadweacsypr.JaWs"pr.graa bateau.ag The ... Watchman a Joseph :4' %- /, 'Ay

to Cat aatftsrksB d L t a- i'leasa.t .wait C>taretl.aad i vi \* ftaoer ell ta .... Movo.1;eBy, SoafJaider. :'e.Oaf II t e :.Th M lU feuaUiw ttoda'b"thh _
coin/ Hn School when ate trill gradkwte of Uncota HlgalUchosi tie befke today with an "aft- her Kh. All themes and a then. Oa"f tfJ i>.i The' mat, sulta or ahotw. JUn4M yoaof ,>V* tJft WJisyhi .

recent the jewel cruwa. I I.J1 She fc alas. an active]j,lit service by Shady Creve Intone for the Baser kdvunot-..,. Andrew Brows, Sr .

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Catholics Can \ Nuclear Should Hold 'NI
t Makef Changes i Treaty Up' II

In Maes:NowVATICAN" MOSCOW (AP) The resume Wng In violation of(violator of the will and concert- originally concluded by the iHNTI t
I nation of an atomic deto-I the ban either. us of the more than 100 nations,Three. France also has Bigll
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can sources\ said Saturday China is not going to lead to the They concede that If Moscow which I : have signed the treaty signed" the treaty. .....".. I
changes i hI''' Roman Catholic Junking of the limited nuclear was looking for a way out It .
t worship, including the' use of test ban treaty,in the opinion of I.night use the Chinese blast as a r.pU
[ modern languages for Latin, qualified observers here pretext to break the pact. Writ.inCandidate LITr
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7 effective date., The United States already has think that the Soviet Union la BISCCUMt
Some confusion was caused stated that it would not regard satisfied with the present ar-
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liturgy, or worship, reforms club as an excuse for abrogating likely to upset It.
1 approved by the Vatican Ecu the 1963 treaty. Britain Is The Chinese have not signed W.k.K.M for
menical Council last year. The believed to feel the same way. .the test treaty,Nevertheless Tray Supervisor of Registration of
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council prelate Friday. Alachua County
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modern languages might be ELECTION NOVEMBER 3, 1964
Chester R. Yates CLU
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, Mass and in the Sacraments. SPECIAL AGENT e Pledges Honesty, Accuracy Dignity
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I.potential' Attorney, Goner I I.r -fraternity. Law, cited a direct correlation for our young peopls.with California's. He said California body president's campaign,[attending I chew was identified lumen
r\elect Earl Faircloth.Id. saturday ,He explained that the nine- between education and eco He noted this country's historical which gets a large shareof as the father of Floyd
., member board of regents system nomic prosperity. emphasis on the import- the U.S. defense budget allocations Dogs Search I Lloyd Sancl. ..
,;r "This Is the most far reaching that will be on the Nov. I "Education Is a direct answerto tance of a public education system spends three times BRUNSWICK, Germany (AP) guards have tightened security James of James H Sanchez A. Sanchet Is the fier
; advancement.1a,higher ed-ballot helps take politics out of ;Florida'two main problems open to all citizens. more on education than Florida --Border officials in Brunswick(measures'in searching,freight the brother of Floyd and'Sanchez. '
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Ty Sunday. October II, 1964 Gainesville'!! SUN 7A
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y u I Police Fire Report Communists. twice as many candidates: as ft t tI
TAMPA (APTampa Bay I Truman Smith of Tampa|shipped-tn milk than for local I did In 195J.

j ,incident area dairy farmers, concerned'spokesman for the group, said,production." 'Gain' in Britain The total throughout Britain
11.. RMndap
p.m. Friday at Jerry's DriveIn p.m. Friday in the 1100 blockof
1/1 Involved with the "present chaotic market :southwest Florida and the Tam- for the Communist Party was ,'
If In accidents I .
reI Restaurlnt.Azlee N. Main St. 'Local farmers should be able
ported by Out Gainesville / ," said Friday Bight they area need "to establish I 46,532 votes compared to 30,397
Po- George A. Beck, 1112 NW pa amore to get competitive with LONDON (AP) The Com-
Isaac, Rt. 1 and prices In the 1959 election when the
Uce Department and the Ala- two 9th Ave. and Ada S. Corbeau, would Join I the. Independent I orderly market Tin present munlst Party Increased its I
chua .parked ears at 11:06: p.m. Friday I the highly organized outsiders party contested II seats. This I J
County Sheriff'i Office 702 NW 9th Ave., at 1 Fri- I
I I during! the M hours I.I.I at NW Sth Ave. and 7th p.m. Dairy Farmers Association of chaotic market sees milk (from out of state)," Smith said shan of the votes In Britain's year It had 38 candidates In the
past were: day at NW Sth Ave. and 8th St.
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Southeast Florida. distributors paying Ins for in
a statement general election. The party had field.
I I Robert K. Kelley, Fletcher St.Dr. Joseph T. Donalson, 123 NW -- _ _
HaU (single car), at 4 a.m. Sat Frink'M. Bunnell, Sanford 9th Ave and Venetia E. Par J !
urday at SW 2nd Ave. and 24Ui and George V. Tillman, ton, High Springs, at INS j !
SL Box 13025, at 6:22 p.m. Friday p.m. Friday at NW 6th St. and
l in the 700 block of NW 13th St. 9th Ave.A. .
Cordon J.. Acker, Ypsilanti, I B. Epps, 533 NE lath St. DISTINCTIONj
Mich. (single car), at 12:40 a.m. Gertrude S. Booth, 1740 NW and Francis H. Smith, 3200 SB!: RUGS OF
.'' Saturday tae the 1600 block of S. :12th Road and Cecil E. Shannon 24th Place, at 11:41: p.m. Saturday tenneui
Main St.Theii. : ; 1904 NW 6th St., at 4:1): at NE 3rd Ave. and 9th St.
V.1 p.m. Friday at W. University Ernest R. Doering Jr., M ALWAYS FIRST QUALITYREPEAT*
L. Thomas, Jacksonville Ave.and'7th.St., South Hall and John F. Love-
Pp! Charles C. Stumm St. Petersburg Joy, University of Florida Medical
Lilly T. Imlen, General De-
and John .Upchurch, Center,' at 10:45 a.m. Sat.i
livery and Page B. Russell, 901
U04 NW 21st SI.. at'12:37: a m.J. urday at SW 12th St. and Stb
N. Main St., at 3:50: Friday -
Saturday at flW 19th St. and p.m. I OF A SELLOUT!
Ust at NW 1st AVI. and 3rd SL Ave.Beatis
J. Place. Richardson, 905 SE! I .
Millard Brooks Jr., Jackson-
Alexander D. Campbell, Lees- 10th Ave. and Nancy A. Bar-:
r burg and Henry L. Fulenwider, ville Beach and Earl W. Silas, field, 1151 SW 9th Road, at 9:54
i 1 Jacksonville, at 11:25: p.m. Fri- Newberry, at 2:50: pjn. Fridayat a.m. Saturday at SW. 13th St.I
NE 23rd Blvd. and 15th St.
and 5th Ave.
day at Jerry's Drive In Restaurant I
Larry E. Nutt, 102 NW 7th
Wyatt R. Thomas, DeFuniak I
'. Ter. and Daniel L. Wlnzell, Tat'
Herbert M.. Monroe, St. Pe- Springs and Thomas C. Schie-
? tersburg and a parked car, at reck, St. Petersburg, at 4:24: lahassee, at 8:54: a.m. Saturday;'
at NW 13th St. and 3rd Ave.
11:15: p.m. Friday at Jerry'sDrive p.m. Friday In hi 1200 block of ''
-In Restaurant. W University Av. Larry D. Wataon, 31 NE: 45th
Wesley L Moore, 1421 ME Geraldine W. Stuart, 1525 NE St. (single car), at 2:19 a.m.
18th Ave. and William J. Mann, '6th Ter. and Jerome H. Fried- Saturday on S-329B, four mills I
Lake Geneva, Fla.,_ at 11:13: man, 710 NW Mb Ave., at III east of Giinesvllle.DWI.

II Donald L. Evans 1001 NW 11
6 Persons Are Injured 40th AVI., was arrested by AlaI
I chua County Sheriffs deputiesat

Ii'l(!i'l|,', 'In Two Auto Accidents with 2 a.m.driving Saturday Fire while Calls and Intoxicated.charged

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Six persons were injured and ditch. Watson and a passenger, At 7:53: a.m. Friday, an auto
I one car: demolished in two a* Harold A. Olson, 1033 NW 22nd'fin lt 9th Ave. and. Waldo

t to accidents Friday night and Ave., were treated for injuries
V Saturday morning, Alachua: It Alachua General Hospital I' At 7:12 p.m. Friday, an electrical ,
short at 2007 NW Sth Ave.
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County law officers reported.The and released
r At 1:17: ..m. Saturday, a trash I
first crash occurred Friday Watson was cited for driving I'fire at NW 13th St. .and 16th i
afternoon whea a car driven too fast under road conditions. AVI. ,
by Millard Brooks Jr. of ----

Jacksonville Beach was struck WILL SOON BE HERE!
r by a vehicle driven by Earl WINTER
W. Silas of Newberry. ,. Don't chance a "hooter that won't work!I'! 800 BEAUTIFUL RUGS

Police said Brooks disregarded -
a stop sign at the intersection
of NE 23rd Blvd. and 15th HiAiiisCLEANED

St.loss,His while car Silas was auto listed received a total YOU WON'T BELIEVE IT TILL YOU SEE THIS COL- $ ;

$300 damage. 22

Brooks was taken to Alachua LECTION OF RUNNERS, SCATTER AND AREA RUGS. l

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General Hospital along with t ,
t three others, all of whom were
THERE ARE SOLIDS TWEEDS SCULPTURED
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Call now before the 'first ONLY 1
A car which'skidded out of cold inop to ovoid fighting I' ALL, SIZES
control while rounding a cum o balky heater when the 'I SHAGGY, FRINGED, OVALS, ,ROUND, SQUARES, IN
on S-329B east o f Gainesville temperature tumbles and i
Saturday morning lent two servicemen an swampedwith $525 I COTTON, NYLON, RAYON, BLENDS, FROM NARROW RUNNERS TO LARGE
men to the hospital, Alachua emergency calls. I
County Sheriff's deputies said.

1 The vehicle/ driven by Larry CIRCULATING OIL.TYPE AREA SIZES. COLORS: WHITE THROUGH ALL THE RAINBOW COLORS TO

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.... SA Gainesville Sun Sunday October 18. 1964ANTIQUING I



-..wl.-,.,.,'. I. Barbs Sink Deep,... in Bar Skits j jBy \ For SALE Chain- Saws or ,RENT 7 '.. ""


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-' JEAN CARVER 'Goodbye' Farris. well good LBJ was "Light Bulb John "Now we know why LBJ Constitution in_ 20 years to Water Plumps... "t-
Sun Staff WriterAs by Farris Doa't forget to son." and the GOP presidential puts all the lights out "> the the politics in general "this Plants.. .. lsZ
take your tat; promise that nominee was "Bury Brain- White Home" be MC quipped. year's big game The People vs Light [ : '
usual Law School Dean you won't come back .'" water," whose emblem was a The skits poked fun at everyone The Politicians." Cement Trowleri S
Frank emphatically I '
Maloney
And Haydon Burns: mushroom cloud. from the Supreme Cou.t- And the politicians In the
MI denied his students'any responsibility skits Saturday.for "Hello Haydon well hello The satire was so uptodatethe whose motto was referred ((4 as large crowd Including Gov. Lawn Mowers 73
Haydon how we hoped we'dnever barbs caught some of the "In us we trust" and Chic f Bryant and U. S. Sen. '
And as usual the student law have to this Earth Tampersg 5
sing song politicos, notably Burns and Justice Earl Warren noted that sard Holland just speJo/ .
TAKE 0 yers raked more than one poll. You've been Pinko baiting, but Holley, square in their front- he hadn't seen a copy of the bore it"b /
annual John ." and SERVICE;*
t OUT OF tical back with the the proofs walling row seats on the law school SALES ;
THE ATTIC... Marshall Bar Association skits And Charles Holley: lawn Saturday morning I S.I.I .fw.m. M.MIMM price M TIANI i
ANTIQUE ITIP They got the Governor to the "He's proved to be an echo One .f the skits noted 1101ley' I Central Heating
tune of "Hello Dolly" __ not a choice. "Nassau bank prank" and i) -11' MYERS POWER z TOSS
dubbed the Pinellaa
i hopeful "Calypra Charley. Avoid the rush rove root r 'In toll a clean 230 N.EF16tJ Arenas
i A GOP Burns, referred to as "Mr. sofa economical TRANE unit now at "b.-
Mayor Clean," was t welcomed back stalled twain and Maiom'guaranttid special'for price ai low Complete at ..).. .In.. $985 Phone FR 6-3411 ,
Iii' from his trip to the bank. NO DOWN PAYMINT. rraii to S ra.r,.
For Gainesville' ? Walter Jenkins didn't escape : For Frea Estimate MYERS tor BETTER TOOLS
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:: notice, as he was portrayed In I IkL ALL AMERICAN'
:. one of the skits about national PH. 376-8268 MUTING b AIRCONDITIONING
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politics by mincing onto the I CO. .. .. ,
M Gainesville will have Its firs McKinney, a realtor 'was licernsd -Seeded. In.nd "
"All the with LBJ.
Stage
, : Republican mayor In this century elected to the city commission way I _n -- ..
after the general election in 1962 In his first attempt at -,... .. '

i Nov., 4 when T. McKinney- if MayoHoward go as public of office.the University He Is a 1942 of graduate Florida .-I ,.c.., ........,_..-..._..---:. ."fgiW'l.xOit***

I MADE EASY ahead with his plan to change and Is married to the for.
registration. mer Jane Reames of Gaines

| WITH MARTIN 8CNOUR McKinney a Democrat, made ville. 'Aau.
5 PROVINCIAL COLOR GLAZe public this weekend his decls-
Ion to change his party affilla Name 1st Three
5 Simply "p.tot, SUM, wipe" to tlon. P. .1 "ON"V 19"BargainGame'
i turn a marred, sound attic relit "I am doing what I feel that UF Foundation
.* Into a handsome antique, a deco- I must do," he said. FellowsThree r
rata aoomt plea! With Martin McKlnney's decision became I
= Sonora Provincial Color OUw, known during a conversation, distinguished Florida .-" .
ot; you don't... remove old paint, overheard by a newsman when citizens received citations a. NrMN. .h
tee varnish ec. _18. Forget about the mayor greeted U. S. Sen. University of Florida Foundation Today, the average family.,
Just Strom Thurmond South Caro- \
: scars and sir.tea. paint Fellows during Homecoming
d... glut. wipe. Chooia deep vibrant Ina, at the Gainesville airport activities on the cam. t ..pond.ONLY1Nforfood.ut

: colon for handsome accent plaoieor Friday. 734 CASH PRIZES, ,,,.,. of each after-tax dollar, according1to
pus.Thomas
Introduced to
: soft deJIeite tlnU for faninlaFrench I McKinney, was M. Shackleford Tampa -
.. PravbtcUIeActo.Idol fanilnfatud Thurmond as "a nan who Is ; W. Hardin Goodman Jack. Y to Government figures.15 years ago,
<# furniture, too. Everything going to do as you have done." wnville; and William A. 50 FIRST PRIZES.... food took 2M out of each dollar.
you nd b right (In the kit I I! Thurmond I Democrat., Strands, Gainesville are the \
witched: to the Republican par.ty First to receive designation as *
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this and campaigned 1,400CASH .
year
foundation Fellows. The titlewas FOOD
:; during the Homecoming weekend I
established this
.0(.. for Barry Goldwater for the year "
when the University of Florida 684 SECOND PRIZES \
residency.:
:.. ,Asked' about the statement, Foundation was reincorpo- '
I McKinney verified that he will rated. It recognizes "personsof
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merit and distinction" who
$117 CASH
register as a Republican after }
M sass are: the general election.He have given outstanding serv- ,
.d : said he has been thinking lee to the University and-the FA I R .
\ : about the matter for a long foundation.The GET YOUR FREE "ONLY, 19'
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I Ume. Foundation Fellows received TODAY.
: MARTIN SCNOUR PAINTS Questions he has not consld-I citations at the Florida
red are the effect U any on I Blue Key Banquet Friday :
its next attempt to run for pub- night from Foundation PresIdent : ,
Clock'sHARDWARE Dc office, possibly another termon Dr. Clyde 0. Anderson. .of ,
the city commission. St. Petersburg .
"I haven't thought about ROUND
that," he said. He admitted he "The United States taught
does not know now definitely Alaska from Russia In 1W7 but
: .3424WUnlYAve.HONE whether he will or will not seek most Americans Ignored It as a
another term. land of Eskimos Igloos and
: x ,:> :, Those close to McKinney have snow until! the 1990s when Seattle .
Ie{ known for weeks that the may. newspaper headlines blared iiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiimm
; FRANTICr or was unhappy with the liberal "Gold! Gold! Gold!, Sixty-eight f fA
trend of national affairs and Klondlkers bring back. a ton' of .
s with the Democratic.Party. gold!:" '_ _.. FARMER GRAY SKINLESS S '
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,Girls,. Unisphere! for .Homecoming FILMI.MM25 ', p
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,.-* "-Beauties la bathing wits and the familiar unlxphcre wire sights often seen .I'

in Friday's University ft Florida Hmcornlnj; Psrade.I $4.50 VALUE! $1 99 as u.5 sae. t... .... at "">!. VM.ADHfSIYETAPE.

rmci INCLUDIS Christmas Cards = Fort 101 ..... roR 44'
I : View Parade- ,IOCISStNG RADIANCE '
60,000 HC;
I f 1.,.. ... .0&.&.. S. COSMETICS *i.. N. nil YM.

I 1 political a'' 'CURLING RIBBON M, 24IUTANI eI....ole................. i\ GAUZE BANDAGE 2< .01 31'
Asher pktsrt Fags leA) and a quartet of formally-attir The only note was
An estimated .10,. spectators ed coeds:!' small borapber sticker on s ... ... COMPACT PO.I
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lined the streets of Gainesville Other float winners Included Gainesville Shiner's Jeep proI 26 1 .. FACE POWDER
Friday .to watch mayhem Delta Sigma Phi; best In theBlue claiming-TLBJ Gives U. S.I CIGARETTELIGHTER ; !GIFT WRAP 2 lee lIQUID FOUNDATION IODINE I POI 40"
committed afalnst South Carolins's League; Hume Hall,'general Away." I "-VU
'. Gamecocks In he Uoiver.sity organizations victor., and The parade wasn't completely 1.... ..,... Op.T11NS --O 1 1..2 NOR'SI ate. .M Ata05.I
.annual Home- Delta devoid of politics however $4.9S ,GIfT TAGS 26' Me
.coming of Florlda'i Psrade.The'carnage. Delta in the Tail clown division.fraternity tops Among the chauffeured guests VALUE! $2,88 2 'If MRTHIOAT E I POI ,,- I

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was complete. Between the slaughtering of were U. S. Sen. Spessard Holland 7t. ..ILLS ,
of South and the whirling unis-' Secretary of.Stats T o mAdams 1 for 101 \ a. u.t..AaA Newt
The Gamecock symbol the birds
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Carolina's football warriors, spheres spectators ogled .trut.1 State- Supreme Court MITE SET HAIR ti Pg( CREAMS s roe. seas't7taliuiis.
Justice E. Harris Drew and C ASPIRIN
was decapitated ibtiV Mten, ting; majorettes fast _
caged forced Into slavery, bands and U of F royalty. Commissioner Conner of Agriculture' _ SPRAY 1 MSS M< MM KOMIHAND 991 aEx / w*
plucked\ and sven battered with Homecoming Queen Mary Ar- Doyle LOTION >, roR WI M. .
an oversized nil in,,various hikes of Clearwater and her 44 QUART'I
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1[ floats assembled by Gator ..court headed the parade of regal ::1 Students I
dents. I whlctr also Included DEODORANTS 10' ,I
beauty WASTE UN .rHamper ll Asa1 IL roR
I The homecoming theme "(:a-;Miss University of Florida Sha Arrested In ale. 5.10 Zror10
ton Prepare a Collegiate I ron 'Testy and newly-crowned; :Laundry, .I* MTt MIT .UITIN.

; Worlds Fair. ," was generally Mrs. U of F. Sylvia McNulty Theft Case $2," $1 x'.99' '. Zh1St POWDERS > pot 1.76 L inw w Ip lei ;
igaortd to float preparations I Politics were noticeably absent -| VALUE!
although the World's Fair Uni-'I from the festivities. South)) Gainesville police yesterday
ipheri wss. featured. ,hi several Carolina Sen. Strom Thurmond|announced the arrest of three i 'sfcfiwR'OL W'
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entries: I Gov: Farris Bryant anoSfuber-1 i inatorlal' University of Florida studentsIn 1 POE asxut SHAMPOOS I POI
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BsMrfths winning floats opponents Ha y d on'I'j connection with the recent ,
pIcttradHba. harried Gamecock,Burs and Charles Holley were. :Ii i theft of, s cigarette machine, at.. al. .T. IONS
in it'Itast onC:;form of,, torment .,among the misting. I II The trio William J. Mo 1-Htn ITAINLIIS EXTENSION CORDS 2 POI 70e EIiUEIOPES I< POI 26 !'
I1ta.Tae\ Delta i Bride, II, Gary R. Rose IS and I KITCHEN .
nlty'I.-m. Orange tr.ter'j I ":Robert A Cuevas Jr., 19, all of KNIFE SET .... ... uls.I.Ar. iJ>rx 't 7 .... .. e1NNANa
entry depicted a hungry U NW 13b Sl,-were chargedwith MOTH CRYSTALS s roR 9Q BALLPOINT PENS t
1 gnawing a Gamecock drum-l I HOUSE DECORATION I grand larceny. CHERRY WOOD ratrMae siuipttaTNNINr I POI'"r.

( stick. i !| WINNERS LISTED Police Chief)William Joiner HANDLES at., .... I tatsus enTS hut situ tuntel tasswl.. .
LSNOOIININS $NAIIN 1.
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sum as vss Nxt.VAf
decoration'Nlmnese
Alpha Epsilon rU: 'judged I ;Hers are the house I laid the arrest stemmed from 1 1.01 1
..}eSt among.sorority nOlbl, Its*' for the UP Homecoming" I the theft Of cigarette vending $| .00 PLAYING, CARDS 2 foe >"atNstue ap 1'" 495 STADOtIRY i PCI. 1 1.01
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'". :;Peel, ,gGqwc : In $1Bded! I. World's! .Fair:" machine last Munday fron) "
....... "'" fOlll'toGetan>' Men's ResidwecHslls- I MJrvlce station at NW 13th: .$tJ
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,-notice-s*.ruaul. MIAIHMKit -. ., Womeri's Residence Halls-: First ,and 39th Ave. f r'
H Ie .** *H "' S..1 ,. Murphree Hall. Second T00 TE
r 11.1..1 .II place The machine was recoevered SHAVE CREAMS roR tNl RUIIING
jftf"iit3rvs11' .... _.r t'.11.y place Jennings Hi IK I Jy police two days later It .
\ NtvtmMr Ifc 1 I" 1 en tile! ".c* FUSTIC
1 Altdwt., Ctwty Courtlwnt:'Tile .*""/| Campus Division:, (ReligiousCenters I had been damaged In .n't. ata0101 Ste.N. All AWIT
ALCOHOL
V MW .... ....,'.. .,II.... ,,. ) First place Catholic I "aw.1" 5 roN50'i
"...If tip''--r Newman Club. Second Place- t tempt! to force open the coin. MIXING I I *'" TOOT MUSH : \.. ...........
J IESSracdv Ie_ In..'r. [Lutheran. I X>x. I aww t/1y '
, ..1111/I Ie .II'IM W "" """"T
115511551 sly lot tile......,c-.I Sororities:. First place Chi VOTE BOWL SET K C ZL,BOrte'
/rssI51rt, ,......w.t.1... .-.s..ws.. I I ?1... 1.15105' I Omegs, second! place. -, Pbl L ITM s roR .
"' :-' I 11 Mu. HAYDONBURNS .te ta.11 Iwav1 M51.I1,117.....
/tac toe .tFl-..It Fraternities: (Orange VALUII 57 ZItjl99e a.. w..A1e1.A. 0515.5wPSTICKS .........--
= ::1: ,i- [I League) First place Sigma POE 1.O1I
y .... J6.f0" :Nu, second place Kappa AV I
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t .1." .... I second place Pill Gamma RIX.e.AY-M-2 MUlTEY11AMIN1. '
wntm wWiln 5.a.... 1111. I Delta. ALL-FLORIDA 'Est..t. .. ... ..
/ m Sill .ftMil .00..lIy FLASHBULBS aaAII .1.taw Y I* Ml MXAUIAIY I
I I/ i = !_tntlK M MrtklMll "' Overall Winners: Most hum. I SUPPOSITORIES =:== '

:J. I ':IIfIIIIIt.'*.c..M.OAVH. '" _.. ri,jrous I --Kappa Chi Omega Delta., MOlt, beautiful .I GOVERNORPt AN', SLEEVE OP 12 i I POI ::1' N Itr1- ?ar2!! LOTION tped !

, -.1 i $1,4' 99c !iyID""* : roR PANO VITE 'L5'}n iiailiaii t POI _
VALUE! r...,N..b ti n,..r 117.
7jfi-I'Wili i at..M ASS.ATI..rlalr. .1.1",5 r rw r+. asaaa.1v N Na.5. 15.15. WIUW
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THIS |.a.l. AUTOMATIC '
About 11 a1..M 4ik SWABS i roR '
ELECTRIC I u F IS E R!D w te CHEWAILE

rlf'.Children. New opportunities for education and jobs were opened to VAPORIZER I alsu ASI IRIN POI 74- .
: American children in, 1963 when a DEMOCRATIC Presi-' 2

I \Y .f t dent and a DEMOCRATIC Congress put through these pro- $4.5 '3 99 i Od a.taew..e. w a.s.ww 77th 55.01
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";. grams: .ale, tw. tlq. .. IAYE LOTION 2 POI 70'I

Iii I MEDICAL EDUCATION to train doctors and nurses. 2.c I

-. LQJ .? LOTION 2 '01 9t 2k 70 I IZ.Qt
JUT Serf. GoMweter voted "NO"
.. ALUMINUM I
VQCATIONAL'EDUCATION 1... M. 1..ral 15 Ot..115 _'L, 1 II*. Mi IS MO
t -.grant's to the states for WHISTLING ,017g iii
MAGNESIA
MASSAGE LOTION
nl : 51J555 MONACET t POI
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( vocational training. TEAKETTLE 1,1. M. *IMM4tTSCONttSYNP APC TEtsv ... .... '

I.. 15 IUT Sen. GoMwefer voted "HO"t, v wu ,995 1 .t 110II 1 1.31/ I 5I5--.. 1431 iiiiJ&iE I NIl :

, I1715. w. s.-.s. aa1e 1.l1. .I j
HrflHH EDUCATION grants for educating students POl'51''
1 IPEIgXNE t 111/11 Rrot.ttt iiizoJ.iliac. I NIl
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L' sciences.S'T f .. WWm wb, 2 let 120 ...... .......... :
IUT Sen. CoMweter voted "NO! I OIL 2 poiTi1FOUNTAINRESTAURANT i'= EYE LOTION t roR MIl 1T I tI



Tell Them You Voted Democratic! :r SPECIALS 'i J


; .* u Oct. 24th SUNDAY MONDAY I TUBDAYIOAST ;;
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V X. XX.. ( p Pawl DINNERVrlse. TURKEY EEF'

v/MBSINO TWO VMfTAMM \
Elect LYNDONjozsoj SUNDAEssseA e> .. TWO VICITAILIS2f lOW e tuna :
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''i'1 UnfriendlyNEW I !1d4 r F ;4. tsit dam', f UF Alumni Party Slated.. II Rose The Room notice In baa Tusctloosa.been tent to

,; night. ,Vnlvertlty of Florida alumni Alvin,V. Alwbrook, assistant I UK alumni In the Alabama area
DELHI
? India (AP) eminent Friday A mem- ;
*' Ambassadors of ''three Arab viitt plan to attend the FloridaAbbama .director of the UF Alumni Association ,and In West Tridi' "
ber of the Ind1a.Isra frlmu .
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.'It <*, states walked out of a dinner I I game In Tuscaloosa laid Saturday that' 1'I' I
(T party given br the Indian gov ship society vis present", m Saturday Oct. 24, are invited the affair will be from 10 a.m. leclric.1'I

: to a party that day. to.noon at the'Stafford Hole

;: ::. ; 'THEATRE Service .' RepainR
SUBURBIATH AIR CONDITIONING ..AI o.ctIIal NesN !
I DRIVE-IN ..R.,ld.ntHI Comm**!*"
., Coll ui for quIck.HICI.nt air candltloll- ..Indtntrlal -
h..tt. REPAI R. Ins or htottr wrvtet. CALLC.
STARTS TONIGHT
7:00 .
I Tralrad and txprltnedRcojonabl
:, .rotes ttrvlc mm P. 'DresslerElectric.
Radio dlipotchtd truck 24 Hour Mrvlra ..,Contractor
a Service on all motes of equipmentAU.
AMUICAW Phone FR M1M
Ph. 37 --- --
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W WAWV 910 N.W."
.. CONDITIONING CiI I
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i Shattering" Ponder" -.N.Y.TiaeM
I'I'f "WINTER
I Commonweal
,( Gator; In The .Driver's' SeatA ". I Assure You It's A Thru Wee4. | ;
:. eaiitifiil Movie LIGHT I ala J mJ
f weary gamecock palls Ua Gator wafoiunaater during Friday' Homecoming -Naw Yorker 7 t ,
It t Parade. The float entered by Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. took second in
MM TAXI OVM A MM/M HOVtil the judging. (U of F Photo).

.I li Governor Will ,I."! t <'". ,,. : :i-t....." ,' i. '..
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., Gainesville Moose Lodge -
f, will hear a recent supreme governor '. 1Jt,16M1 9.0th OF VALUES
of the lodge, Gordon Jeffery .
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of Toledo, Ohio at a me*-
,I ing Tuesday at I p.m. at the )
Lodge Hall on 23rd Blvd. : '
: I llV..IH ,THUTRt The guest speaker who held! \
the top post during the 191U3year. .L.
: :2400 Hawthorn Road Rt.20'MOM PR -S011 is presently serving a. 'F
chairman of the Moosebaven
: NOW SHOWING! 2 ADULT SHOCKERS Board of Governors and a member ) .
:' ,Open tf:15 Skew at 7:00 Sea loth Ufa .. 1:50 of the Executive Committee -
EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING of the Order. .
CANNON '"MAJESTIC 'ROSE" PERCALE SHEETSTWIN
everything rich
1 She had a woman

Ir e..e W oe FITTED, REGULARLY 3.59 . . . . ... ANNIVERSARY SALE 2.99'71"x1
could
want
-everything
:, re > 1" FLAT REGULARLY .ANNIVERSARY"SALE" 3.49
p, ; ,
: but her lover's death. ....-" .
,,. -, "'.........., 4 FULL FITTED, REGULARLY 4.59, . \.. . : ... ANNIVERSARY' SALE 3.99 1

.. 114 NW .... .n .4472 3 '81 'xIOI"FLAT, REGULARLY 4.99 . ., . :. ... ANNIVERSARY SALE 4.49,
ALtO 'N OCALA
PILLOW CASES, REGULARLY t.39ea., . . . ANNIVERSARY SALE T.19. M., I

[I.tnm1.; CANNON ,

-- TOWELS "SUREFIT"SLIP
TODAY .t I ,
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: \ COLOR COTTON FITTED OR STRETCH FABRIC., 1

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i ti ,"me MAN'all CANNON'S CHAIR,.REG, 10.99 . . .. . SALE,8.79 '
At 7:00 *
I i lltlOWDEROOEiANlHONM, CIIIIIMII I "EMPRESS" ,COUCH,!REG.: 21.99 . . .! : . "'SALE, 17.99 I

: iiAlBD/PnosnfP'/ TOWELS I.,STRETCH NYLON !

f s / l wowHaala/ li""' I IN 1Z LOVELY TONES __J. : CHAIR, REG.: 1299, 1
SALE '10.39
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--2ne1 Hit t 1:50-* ; t
They Coiled Him,"'.It Eddit" BATH, REG 1.99, SALE''1.69 '
: H. Was A Winner 1i111r 1RttAOMITT'fa -- COUCH, REG. 25.99 :'v ,- .
t: H. W. A Loser HAND, REG. 99c, SALE 19.- ,SALE 20.79 )

: H. Was A HUSTLER! WASH CLOTH, REG. 45c, .
I t uilsa LAST SOFA BED, REG. 1599, I
ANNIVERSARY SALE 39e
Paul Newman IN''THE HUSTLER" II MINUTa3NM
SALE 12.99 ;
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ROOM SIZE 6'x9' 9'x12' '
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SELECT FROM NYLON:, :TWEED,
SHOWER 1 j jI
SIL VISCOSE, WOOL &; BLENDS'IN

HOOKED, SCULPTURED,TWEED-& SOLID I' CURTAINS*] i


PINWALE CORDUROY IN ORIG.. 2.19 5.98 K ,+
9*x12' TWEED, REG. 25.00 SALE 20.00
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ir,15', VISCOSE, REG 57.50.
M MJM 1 18 WANTED FALL COLORS 9'x12',TWEED, REG. 27.50, SALE 22.00 SALE 46.00 SALE 1.49 ?
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MG.99C 9Hl2', VISCOSE, REG. 29.50, .. 7x12', NYLON, REG. 69.50, !

ANNIVERSARY SALE 23.60- SALE 55.6012'x15'

1 ,. .,TWEED, REG:47.50: ,; 9Kir, NYLON, REG. 79.50: ,
SA,9c, 'yd. SALE 39.00 SALE'63.60 '.
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"'.", HOOK, REG. SoTsALE 39.60 .si 9xir, HOOK, REG. 89.50, SALE 71.60

.. SKIRT ,LENGTHS' 9112' BLEND,'REG. 55.00,-'SALE 44.00 9'xU', HOOK, REG. 99.50,'SALE 79.60 -4' 1

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COTTON, SPECIAL 1.00 .
''II.
WOOL: ORIG.' '2.98-3.95 '(
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FIELDCREST "CRU ADE
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y j SALE T.99 '

: 1 YD. LENGTH. ZIPPER INCLUDED. $4 WIDTHS i' I.
ELECTRIC 'BLANKETSI

: 'COTTON FABRICS 2 YEAR REPLACEMENT GUARANTY

INCLUDING OUTING FLANNEL ,
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SUEDE (SHIRT) FLANNEL "SPRING TWIN FULL, SINGLE CONTROL.. : +
Y KNIGHT" BROADCLOTH IN SOLID ,
COLORS'& CALICO PRINTS. p REG. 19.99 SALE 14.99 t

V+ ANNIVERSARYSPECIAL I if FULL SIZE DUAL CONTROL, ?'pISC.DESIGNS

44c yd. REG. 21.99SALE, 11.99
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VDT. ., _'-"; t 5YlitGUAIAKnfREG,29.99l.;; SALE

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\ = burgh.if.i 20 '..Auburn1: :3 Georgia! 11tr'Michigan 20 Texti., :;13., Tennessee ?.5 Southern Cal. 0 : '7

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-J By JOE EILBERSTEW

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? They feared a Florida letdown
Saturday* against South
Carolina, but what they got
was a 1 big buildup -for not t, .
week's_fame with.Alabama r
as,an Guess plucked South
Ctroltaa'i Gamecocks, 374.
Les fealty booMcomtof
crowd oT AMTiwai treated to
a dyliy"bfsn.lve .fln.br .
th OaWn feat ft-
pnaM t the annual l
Craw 'lriday AlfhL *
Florida ran:Its record totttt
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ta 11" font' b i tees y v-w e. """ '* w < .M ff. .j. M.V # 1Anteqica
M..1 d'th. hawse far

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e 11a1rhthCNK,,. was laeeal b
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r' a onayard the halfway paint eddie flfcyekr 4 0' atr ''t >A w w tM
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;tea Lla% farMi -CoachGratea aaaaf UllM\hl t ttaV at- eat ataraaardMtatlM t 1e
cleared. hit bench der w .
Iut .ma Oaten tacked. .. Ssah Cken,' 'Y." W weed,. 4rtir w ial4 aaovr H tta 9* WaTa iwa
Army
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By JACK BAND I 24, Dallas II Norm Sloan opens practice for team ha potential aa d rate the scramble for start- .
'J -"" Associated Press Sport writer Cowboy J In trouble with Don ." the 11M lIS season Monday,'could wen be a good one, 1 be tog position u a wide open Archer JOlla surprise 10 round I

t S Green Bay face Its fight for Perkins out of action but loss of IT searching for consistency from feels there are many part one and figures to play the split decision ovef:Dick Tiger In

1''. ---'survival la the Western Conference Ross Fkhtner and possibly his veterans and. a good big which have to be fitted together boys who make the fewest mistakes a fight that stirred up considerable -

:=: el the National Football Frank Parker weakens Brown ./. r urn."We're. at this point, : and turn to the best effort discussion Friday night

:: League .,Sunday when Vince defense. Jimmy Brown due fora got a bunch of boys ".. need for a big. man to day after day. The cto" gained Archer a
Lombardi take his Packer to big one. ';;' jack," says Sloan "but what come through for us." be saj I. lost kterman
== Baltimore where the Colts have New York 21, Philadelphia 14 have they accomplished? An "By big I mean one of our Florida only 'possible tide shot! with the winner I
J off last year's 11-10 club, of next week's, ml d d I Ie-
captain
-One more stab at Y.A. Tittle :
like Jeff Ramsey
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been chewing up all opposition. occasional big victory.an upset M to
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Hlghley They gained weight bout between champion
n who can't keep missing forever. a' Bob Gary Keller.
over ranking opponent
-- After last week's 44-1 record, help a crop of good sophomores Joey :Clardello and Rubin
Minnesota 24, Pittsburgh 21- ,, S. the batting average shrunk to whose biggest need, quite naturally Carter., j
TAmmy Mason return to fulltime In,. game ."out play which the nature of a boy who can
for the (11-14-1 in Is experience.Moan .
,1020-4 season 'duty and. :Vikings start makes the difference' between step to and rest Brook Hen Many in the Madison Square f
:=.the*NFL* and U4-1 to tM Alt). rolling again despite BuddyPsrker's being 'up among the better derson or Tom Bailey* .. 1 believes several sophomores Garden turnout of ',. b o oed I

5, NFL. new defensive setup. teams or one of the alsoransUF .", .Sloans'* major concern Lwoo will pbqr major roles when tM decision was Announc .
:J' Green Bay 20 Baltimore 175 = It Louis *, Washington.. 17- "jI to the1i1S4e plans including -;ed.. Others applauded. t

\ Colt round game to high gearS Cadlnals could be ripe fur aa :: Basketball Roster Ramsey, a big strong player If was that kind 'of't scrap

I: = but they,.will hare ,problems upset after that pummeling they from Dixie Rollins In st. Petersburg with Archer a fancy dan boxing
__* containing rushing attack of got to Baltimore Monday.I'J Keller, Mother skyscraper and

!:w Paul Hornung. Could be a field Los Angeles 20,SIll Frasctaoe II a. ,Tam 5005*..lty' ...1-.Y.i.., N/.1 HI p1... .0's.. '.5 L15Ri......n.... ..'NMN..n. Ms.JIf ;. .from Dixie Hotline, 6 right master crosses;adept, pitted at against jabs I \.
goal Look for Colt let 17-Two Improved clubs Sighting ........ tttMtno ....... t| I" ... I ......"... CN15 040.Is J Harry Wtokler of West Palm I ,
JJ2 game. all, MItIoY .................. MI 114 I. .. ..._... All.... 001.Q Tiger who stalked him relentessly -
for fa tilt Western
"" down with second.game. ._la, all sunlight ... /Nf.N ................ H I IJI Jr. 1 .:....... COc.I. IS.II Beach Forest Hills) and possibly and got In many right ,
DMsioa. Mitr ........._..... *. .w *. ......... M. h/55-.. M Id Maboney of Braden-
try
.da1Io M III... .................... 4-f W ST.WMcainy ........ ......... CIIIIIII left combinations that 'mid*
c:: Detroit X Chicago 14 -Urn ATI. se Mo.op ""'* CI Des M e .......,:....,. ......... ins Manatee. Archer give ground-
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:::::.defense. to contain BID Wad', Buffalo 14, luau dry SI w.::.::.:::::. 44: HI Jr. f :::::;:r''1.05555. s.5.s Gator veteran abound to the At the erf judgeAi Berle
The' Bills have won five to a row a .U tart ...................* 44 M Jr. 1 .....,. 'a.ar0. 1iss.M ;
--- passing wIlDe Detroit grind GUt Jiff mast .. ........ ., 4.ISM i* e .......- .. ..... Una el M senior Dick TomItoson and referee Zack Clayton voted
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and .handled. the Chiefs to tbetr .....,. '....... .......... .
::: victory hi a tight on*.Bear wID a Twhr SMkM ?? ? 44 Ml *r.OM t : Ts.P.a guard Henderson and for Archer'5.t. 1 aqd J-J-
last TMlllM ., .,.,.. M M Sr.Mrry ........ 1MNOMlb. W.v..
:: be tough after getting back on meeting. a .WMMr .?..?....?....... 4NI .S* e ...... WMIN... a KA Barley, M Paul Morton, 17BUI I 1 respectively Judge Joey Car
J I _' will path with Mft Pyle and lID Diego 21, Denver 17 '.\...< Cress Ntrm IMnttwvenrrv IC MIdaljn0.55,4. Mw Koss, M Ed Poore and a teDano,v ted for Tiger.5 4 .
The Charger finally have their M4n1 ............ eo.w$51 pair of returnee who
I = Larry Morris due back. e* rteaiM mmVAUITV 11 were TIger
offense healthy. That should b* aa/KayuLL seiMoutaM. JIIIo" K.- .......... ........... 1. The Associated Press -
.. ........ .... scbolastlcany ineligible last the'
.. .... ...... PYM a former'mlddlewelght
". enough "to end Mae ..... .a S VMI ............... ......nll JIIIo. a 51.54, ;..; U*".s/5,1. 11M. season. M Bob Hoffman and l- *on"t I ;.:t-althougb
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and Lee wining. rireak: u CKAP'AL"OBiTlR' Dee I $51551. : .rn..r1151 -
Large one-gam DI9CU8 .... FlwMi SI. .... Tto. ........ PSI S ........... 00115,50 I Taylor Stokes. he won the last,three'founds by
new coach of the Brae T.: He reamtav.fo; *'.'U>Ut4 State* I* MMml. ....-..... ..... MIIItII PN, 11 M.... II ........ ...........
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Dee, $1 ... C.r.IM.-.... .......... P. 11 MU Nd5A r...... .......a.Or Richard Peek, M Pensacola just a shade. 1
Defend TitlesAt'Boys' A w 0564. S.15 ...... J--11I ,.. P Vnrtm .. ........... Ttm.Nkt Junior, I '
( +"t tl;a 4o Dee P 5./w. .... ... ..-- M MrM M.. .... 5.Mesvsw scholastically. IneligIble The difference of opinion was
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List ofiwMW Jill ,..... .........: e.ees451 '" 0. UM*. M 0*. .... A1.sr. e. this season and will Dotparticipate apparent also In a ringside poll I
5 : Club ,. :: : LW Asisss..:....::..::.'. =: Mir Mw. I S =-: k.':.:... = Sloan. announced. of 11 sports writers covering the I
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I : ...... ID.w/w ---':?:;';;r., 's....,... rta'-I .Oiim .Wnimtfc" J* .... 11 M.... a. .... ........,... M'" Vw.S ___ ...M M_e-".... =- Florida.'open Its basketball bout. Seven voted for Archer,
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Don Large ..... ...... ___ ..... CIIfIJovii. -.MIi "' season at home, Dee J, against Seven for Tiger with four call- I
their Pant,. Pat and I.........MIfrIIIt.z. .... :........ .I...'.. sKS Nebraska K-t te.4r.o VML tag it a draw.FOOTBALL.
EH Kick title at the Boys' Club w.JwMM1-PMI. ....... .Ml.nt, I.. ...... -., \"I.o." .. ,, e- Rip

:;:: over.US .other. contestants. : ....... ........r4ru.ii"... ._!:: .a/al. ..al/w.A51iawr. oncostwrr' LINCOLN to four starts this
; Neb. AP Nebraska
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"ZZ Large, JtII"I 10year I .. .. halfback Itat'Mo .
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"Z? 'score. of.UKrn /JII..rc." ( A5u''_ -. ,.te1.aM/t"" .ggw ,I IMy naked Cofnlmsker to a ". "' '

Otter reento. 'were: .L', wMMM sllA-PIIMM. 1yMfiM.w I I... v'L'c' =Z" 1 ...vnetrnso, sue insusiussoonomco.i. Big triumph ever I
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= Bight yes old 1at",AllennWhartoaUIHpototiilrd laser Nt> I. \> 't : sSMsSS Owe iiiw.NNITup5se : HANOVER, .... (AP) ,&

= coats'- III poIIIIIa lad. JD __, ** H-OHM; .'U"*..IN M- w'.kalr ;" sew> ..; :.,i .... Sophomore
,. ___ : ,..... ,..:t .....;..:c;:. He took a pltchout from quarterback colm Beard piloted Dartmouth
I =: MUM Block 101 points. a- ell" P Vi.oM" aw Bob Churchich and to the go-ahead touchdown In
pull 0,5
= Nine year old -I 1st, Jerry Denny Wins ,,_..... _ies-'Symi.p_ ....m...... r'sew. .5NisiswwAN.ui",1rieie-v.iiw! ... Wy.... sprinted ,down the sidelines the third period and lilt Indians + vrrmmcNC
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....Dowdy W potots ted, Da- From Moose ..........".5 5e.,*. *,. :Y = ....:.... Lillis CIIcIII'e .':before ft ned, homecoming rammed for aa Insurance score

= vld Spongberg W points; .. ,..,.,... ..., ..L crowd of 4S.IOO. In the dying minute Saturday
the Messes. 1wt. ............ ..... P05001... (
= Ird,Tea. Stare Abrams old lat,points.ZZ D.Praoott u 'Cadet League acttoa Coaeret at ,::..:.:... i I L.-w. e 1 e.III.r ......,. It was Nebraska' 12th conse- for a 24-14 victory over Brown .i
year Boy* Club Denny .. In battle of ancient
.a.esTwaMa LI"e ittve victory to a string dating a IvyLeague
IT W point; tad, Hal moved bite second place with'a5 Y e'- & ,ti vveMIN-vimsk-. ..] OR
I ltd Da- -="'v.IItwUIItIIIo ...' 645. ........ back to last season. K-Stat has, ] football rivals. f .
Ingman IN pototai I over Mee*. --- :
= tI4 ImItli. 1M'" JOIDta. Lodge neon Insurance knocked I r rpnr
-"- nevea. year oil.* 1st, Dot, off Florida National' 15-5., 1'1"I

=T tarp pOisl fed. Or*: ClUsena leak beat Sparry 14

IT Mead -i'HI pobta;, kd, CM: 7, and UCT Insurance wee I, AI '
Jenkto M7 potot penetration ever NadoaaLOutstanding __ NATIONAL COLLEGiATE. 1)
Firsts
rZi Twelve year old* 1st, AnS : were Jo .

; Lee Ml points; tod Gr* Wright_and,Tony Butt, UCT;

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4 KldweD *points l ;' and.I Kim Simpson attorn Bank; .

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Jrd.BfflSneed-.JM potots. National; Greg Krtosby, and FOOTBALLORDERNOWl'Sailhhiivt :

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''Assistant Sports Editor When asked about the pressure ... ,
Gloom and silence hung ova Florida applied on South

.'w;,the room Jib a thick, ugh Carolina's ace quarterback: Dan
.... 1DiIt.I Reeves Bass said. "It was
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41 4lug floor Jn disgust broke the Reeves at aU."

4ce In tile South Carolina foot Reeves, the big passer,who ,
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A : It was obvious something had I for their coverage of the. Gamecock -
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say your passer. ) _
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team drops a Found the target on only six. of ,; ",
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kfi' |374 game. It attempts for 43 yards.' :''il ., '

"Every thing Against the bard rushing ..
.. they" did was Nebraska team, Reeves pickedup
.: : 'right' and everything -' more than 14 yards. Nimble Moves Kirk..Cuta
Jack Both .tQUiclt Outside Behind Inside KirkS
Flying
Z we did was wrong" Need wo say more. I
r.Ji Bass said as he leaned against
:1* the. wall and thought about an

I' '."7 4.1t,. 'unhappy. afternoon..44 Record GatOr.I ,. Ramble' by Gamecocks II

I "They," of course: was FleaIda's

.J. Gstors who pushed their I ( tram Page Ii)

season record to a shiny 44 charge: again were Brown was tackled bj'defender Lar made It 204 at 1:41: and Hall'i eight Harper caught a It- down, ,a final' aerial. was far'
? with the lop sided victory. Matthews and Barry lllwcamefrom r effort raised to 210. yard pass from Spurrier and off target .
jffi "Florida, Jot outplayed us," tackle Syd MacLean. linebacker : back Harper .stopped outf of The: Caters started next finally Duprea dove ovei That was about It for the ,
Bass continued. They have a Jack Card and the eaters It ad contained: on for a 73- from the Gamecocks': 41 after again on second: down with visitors'who tied Duke (a 3M

"' ,'- ary food. offense, and the dorfonseMe 1ICOIIdarJ.I yard Jaunt at .1.33 of the first another short punt Ex- 7.31: left to make tt 344. Hall'i victor yesterday aver N. C.
terrl c. I Gamecock quarterback DaD quarter. That made It 134, Gainesville High flash Fal- fifth effort shot tt. to 3M..Fatal State) 'and Georgia (a 17-14 (
'"But I expected us to play Beeves No. 4 to the nation Han .raised It' a point with bar barreled for II' on a Two Potato loser to FSU). This Is for people :
'; better" Baas said. "This is the coming Into the UF battle, his boot \ pitchout play,. carried up the The safety in the final who like to figure figures.
period
: wont game we've played to along was limited to six. completion The second quarter produced middle for 11 more and cap ended the scoring The And now the. Galon carry
I time." ball tries for only 4S yards two more touchdowns. a one yard ,shot alms bad a threat 'going their show ill tilt road to Ala(144) -
x Bass said Florida was 'Varysimilar That should keep the Gatorito. Bad Snap sedge tackle. Shannon got when Spurrier i passed from llama ( ) .to Danny Stadium .
to Nebraska, the na .,1 nationally on pus denae. A break set up me first' The an assist as he barged Into the SC 11 en first down. Sen-, at Tuscatoooa.: For the
tion's sixth ranked team that One of Reeves' successul Gamecocks had to punt from Felber from behind when the tor picked: It off fumbled and opening number the. UF hopes
beat South. ,Carolina, H4,'.last throws got two points for their own 37. A horrible snap UF fullback: was tackled and the Gamecocks: : recovered on to harmonise to a' ditty ceded
Ji week. tbe Gators-on a aafety-and sailed over kicker: Jack Me- knocked both his teammateand their one. Reeves then shot a "... .Fell oa,Alabama"
Good Game you cant defend much better Cathera's bead. He chased it a Gamecock defender tote '
,'; flare pass to Smith who was Score: by quartan: '
than that to the end lone, nicked: It the end sone. The score: .
up ,
1, : It would be a heck: niche]! tackled: to the end me b y '
Tbe Gators raced and nsrida ..'A ...,'J1414 7137Seath
up kicked: hurriedly and the ball came at 1:01 Hall's fourth
Nebraskan and Florida
( \r game tt" down the field .to post 21 tint reached right to the line of kick lifted It to .... Bennett for two points. Careltoa ....l 111-1''
flayed. Bass sskt "They both downs M. rush a third South. Carolina made one rte Du... 1, run Hall
/ yards | scrimmage where Bruce. Bennett The Gaines opened the ;
t I. have big clubs with"food backs and 131 man 'passing.:'a 391 fair caught it period by running the kickoff: bid to score. After Marquis .(kick) 1 "
and good racevcn.| which'Is of thenstagainst Baetler fumbled oa a' low FIn .- Harper;73, run Ball
,1" output one TIle Caters here shook ;off hack to the 31 South Carolina ; ,
11'10, '" One of the wrlten quipped, major opposite! a holding penalty alter- a\ 17- drew a U-yard personal foul pltchout, the Gamecocks: started 'i (kick: )
-"Somebody said that Nebraskahit the UF II late In the
In st Fla .Casey 31, from
many years. yard Shannon-Cssey completion penalty on the tackle and the peas
harder than Florida. At South Carolina did third period. Here, the Galon Spurrier Hall(kick)
that to light.up the ,Scoreboard Galore started from their 47. : : .
4 X: &II' answer hit tha man right thai put their many hours of goal Fla Tether Haflkkk i .
something to Florida .,aIII.. They 'went M yards ball ,,1, run;
I ? eqnawly Dame bead. SMU, Mississippi State, sad ,BpulTJer.1NDt to fired fast.plays, shaking'oft two'' penalties line defense to work. ( : ) MMa.
'"A lot of people overestimate -Mississippi couldn't w acopnvIt te"..caaey'whoi''r. broke between on the way.. Lamb got -earayard., Jib Duprea., 1t.. .'..;,, HaQFla
r this. business, bitting pUIII. ::: JI art South ,CaMlna"deda derv Spurrier hit Casey for 14 Reeves passed ..... : (....) lt
5 hard" he said. "What courts Is I .stopped I Florida 'cold fen I around .the 1I.1..v it, and,.seven-yards.. Harper; got tan hit'one to Wllbura forties aIn I s..mrtt taatW. ..aaa. > .,,. ,. .

:$;. howmanypointeyeaaiiteathracoreboard. the first aeries of downs attei and,raced_over. to noon That..a.and' if, Doprea:. added w yard loee. Oa ad"an.ss. 'lot 1IIItJ.. "' <,I : t.IF. f Upfied
Nebraska had 21 the Gators obtained posses. 'c<<;
il and Florida bad 37." .....
.H. Liked Paattog : The Gamecocks: didnt bow I -

.:.. About the only thfaqf Bass tt. lIMn slobs but that and was(and the a.knjftarasoa bguntaf .;! What l ;therWriters': : &;Are ;)Saying;* .... I
"was-pleaasd with was the punting || I Vv */ > ,|
r of Gamecock's Jack ). 'I .it, Ili'.Hat atr. *: :. .....
h who coasUeatly ,BiB i B .. and saeetotors boaad to pates a u
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V
w Heeever Fambto I
: aad tor fa* SaaaV
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'1 ... ....... .: 1c.. When the Caters kicked: Atlanta Journal ; iii 'ti.- .Mllterl4lee/IIMMtlllelajrMrJ/m- w
-.lTm: g",,:;,, : back: Sooth Carolina was ; at 'A aagaifkont Tennessee giirtabi .'Iliad 'WIIh' :' '"
a
: A. ts M. 'I'bIw" leer ell Jack Henri.
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Matthews smothered equally amastog Ga.: end to stage a battle with
-- Lyn Florida
'W"' Reeves en a pus play our South Carolina on' Field sod here Saturday.* f All Florida Newt Service .
Team Wins And when Steve Spurrier, the qul rbac, and chalesCasey J
I long a fumble with Inn gobkUnfuvthaaaqattbail A IttpleM University of South Qteotaa retreatod under
',. -- -.. ,.tb..sod had concluded till devastation of Sooth
t ." 2 .1'hs DUvenityofFkrattSoo.' A OvVyard penalty failed to Carolina Gamecock: lama 374 It marked oae of the University et Florida efteash thrusts Saturday as the Oa-
ton wrecked the Gamecocks 174 Mara MH '
: Jaaisiniianfans.
w Cto> ponredt2.1or7 I slow ....UF. Spurrier hit greatest later state wan lIMe Sherman's march 'to the.
1 -Saturday over Florida Stoto ,Casey for gains of six. and 11 ... Only this time, tt was Florida's undefeated. .. Gatorsrstetof \ fans.- the .
epsnlng the Gators uiI. to commend slit.
got,
1 t University'steam III. match. ,..,:WI1Ir test .down'at the, the.colon of victory... devastating offensive plays ,that bad the South CaroUaa
I
JFe ..._Tat llemiag Fi id..* ;: UM, the. Gators jet to the ana '
.team reeling before .a chd0wa barrage that ran, tbe
1 fsnsiwatcbed Tom .
*
x. ::. Some TOO. :ass .us tine plays todndtoff ash Kelly "
ears to at at half time.. .
L lent Collins scored for Firldgwith .
r yard Spurrier pitch to Du- St. Pete .Time
ti
,) : .- nine:minutes' left to the pne. Than tile Gator. captota Bill 'Ei'iWleher ,
r..1Int hall. (don the pileup at .:la. Jimmy Florida landed two. haymakers and- a faceral of I Jabs
.:;JSLtoak-aevaatoge pressed I Han,. who kicked five n- oa South Carolina to.the; first half yesterday, the stepped Mimisi''H: :
C -.its attack and scared the goal i Ira points, toed. tt for a M back and tot the pofgy Gamecocks...,..... \ : _
a rthat iedwttbllintautoslettasf ,lead. \ Some 4SJH Homecoming fans Bade Florida Field a ,.- Florida's football ton .pulled eat avaryvtoaal to dw
Charlie clung came .threngbwAh The next touchdown was a tie place aa the, Gators handed South Carolina a worse kitchen Saturday and rewarded 4MW SJHMeaaavf' 'Day
a hard shot to taa upper i b...... The GUan had Was hatless than did stattraakad Ifebnskt last week tad.tovproved I Vetohrants.. by cutting South CarelasatoatoaaylTI.iThe r
: 1Ift.IIIad.-. ,-. I spent aa their own 14, ran credentials to'44, for not week's .daah with "' 1- rout sea the most (vtotaar. to:..Osaeh May Graves'
Florida rebounded as left-foot. I It back to the 17. Sooth Carr .Alaba five year tenure ft miccufcl a .494. .feaaavaeat. of ,
ed CoBlns scored. with seven 1 lire had aa Injured player. .try Texas- A.* M ..In INI. .' ,:+"b b11'arra
minutes ton to provide the win !III! .....tely"" to Imp off Jim Wartert n
':. aingmargte ha field before the OF .... : ,XINC
Tba.Ftorida ch* pressed :ad Its $ ,Daytona. Beach I Newt Journal. S.C. Csnrierrlorlda'a"1'eotblel
I ton
mod isi
agato at game's aafl but rev I tartod the dam.oecbaj.d 'Firth's ...... Gaton:toyed waft loath Caroaaa had ,, 4 .
geld. Schmdt toned back every t lay. M mea esj fade field. wai i fad 'cat .wt* 'a crippled saarrov for a 374 wtojietoida (.teas alrtalelttba/slilUth/ .1hs ..... II
bid.Next Harper hit teens, / .... diN faassegan asUaf hat. aaxt year. hid II .leanW bus,.driy: 'Is '
i match far Florida Is Oct asset thnogh. a hop bate d arrMdf lie y, grassy fetn0t d PhI/a Plaid, at ..... Pies
lore
M, with SL Iae CoOaga. at flue I r.tar I lornMualeal.. .At a. Coach Bay Graves was strtoptof Ito. bead of '. Csl rs .admUelsM as U tlalla4. SN pri.saes . : Darling at F35m .

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;Alcomb, bow come? '
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,ThJs !to a question that many Gainesville,bowlers an asking .; Yv 'Pb
these: days.Aloomb I COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Thomas, reached the Buckeye offensive pass interference. t J
t to tile corporation (local) that controls Palm Lanes,, .. ., t' 1' Ohio State's second-miked eight. On third down Fertlg On the touobback ruling, the
". tile cuYi only bowling facility. 32 lanes. : Buckeyes shot .down Southern passed to sophomore halfback ball was given to Ohio on the 20. t

Moently, Palm .... .. :California's air attack and sent Ray Cahlll In the end zone, but yard line from where' tile Bucksthrespointer.. 11

gefWarrca taDitlllw.1 Jim' hails from South Dakota! J 1 fullback Wlllard Sander on agra the Trojan back was called for moved ftTunkt ''I

to resign. manager,and Minnesota. He baa been .. ..' n4eatIng rampage Saturday
Hugh Crosby bat bees relieved bowling some M plus yean. Ho ..;. ... m defeating the Trojans 17- '

ot bit post and then ban ben mod to set pins and can remember b before S4.S1S paying customen Indiana Upsets :
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runon ot ftoawW difficulties, when bowling was S .D : "'I'. ".. and a nationwide television
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'apID., mote a line. Bring back tile old audience. )r \
I have checked Into various days! ',: It was Ohio State's fourth u'
,'wporto. I !bavi learned that Jim bowls in two league, the 'straight conquest Southern Cali Michigan" State

many men and women, eon* 'Church League on Monday fornia's first shutout la 25

I earned over tile situation an nights, First Methodist! N o. 2 TROJANS' MIKE GARRETT (20) 'FINDS ROUGH GOING games and the crowd .was the .. .

boycotting or intend to, Palm team, and the Night Owl League Ohio State's Pffl Sp.hr (82) Dwight Keller, S3) Tackle Hard third largest ever to make theIIuW'e BLOOMINGTON Ind. (AP) tan touchdowns.

I Lanes while letting together I Wednesday nights His highest Stadium bulge at its Rich Badar rose from the However Judsy'i only In .
for r.l a statement of pass
petition 571 and be to always
set to a IIIIDI
to the heights Saturdayand the third
depths quarter Intercepted
was
Canon ai manager. I trying for that MO mark. He Cubans to avenge
TIle seeking
Then also baa been a rumor of Z3I and Jfightin9 Irish passed and ran Indiana to a by Ken Holllster of Indiana,
holds a high game last year's 32-3 loss to the
of bowling now Flashy Ten football and two fumbles In the fourth I:
that the price .an average of US. What be may Trojans, most one-elded defeat 27-20 Big victory
M cents, will go to 60 cents In lack ma high score to over- suffered by Coach Woody Hayes over. Michigan State. quarter killed the' Spartans' last
hopes and set Indiana'sfourth
the' future. helmed with a good nature to Us 14 years here, marched 14 TIle Boosters,' beaten in three touchdown. tip

and fellowship. Trounce, Bruins 24-0 ). for athe scon the straight conference games
Alcomb Heckler feels bowling, "to afun hart aIn they had ball came from 13 points behind late Juday and his receivers put
It to a marvelous on an am.Un,1hcnr: when they
Reorganizes: game. Sander, the US-pound Junior second and won'
In the quarter
port." Ho feels be to exercising SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) crud Larry Zeno fumbles. Into Longo captured Zeno's bobbleon fullback from Cincinnati who, In the face of near-perfect passIng got the ball, but Indiana played

Alcomb: has reeeatly ,. ovary muscle to .the body John I Huarto passed for two touchdowns the UCLA IS and after oneplay gamed 120 yards u he by Michigan State's Steve a fine possession game, especially -

organized. W. C. :A a d ... to when __-Let's hope you touchdowns u fourthrankedNotre Bill Wolskl's ,It-yard smash failed to gain; Husrte 21 times plunged the Clrrled'i Juday, who bit M of JO tosses : in the crucial third quay

president, Palmer Craig, Tie can keep this fooling for another flashed keyed the first scoring drive speared Jack Snow for a touch yards for the counter. and pitched for all three SparWisconsin ter.

president; Tom life, secretary; 29 plus, "!III- Dame a powerful capped by Wolski's one-yard down. In the second period, Don Radar, criticized for falling to

and Nathan Bowea treasurer. blend of air and ground power crssh. Later, Paul Costa pounced on Unverferth passed 10 yards to I get off a field goal attempt as

Although Alcomb.officer are Bowlers and whipped UCLA 244 Satur The Bruins,' absorbing their a Zeno fumble on the UCLA IS Greg Lashutka for the second time ran out In Indiana's one-

delaying: comment until reorganization day. second straight trouncing after Three plays later, Joe Farrell Ohio score after Tom Klehfuss point loss to Iowa a week ago,

plan art complete Notes The unbeaten fighting Irish opening with three triumphs, ripped across from the one. had recovered Mike Garrett's Wins 31-21 came back superbly'with passes ,

it to undentood that the financial capturing their fourth victory, reached beyond midfield only Two other Zeno fumbles were fumble on the 10. The Bucks: put runs and sharp algnsl-csll-
better ban that Bowlers Notes and 'AntfcsMrs. : twice.: The first was midway In recovered around mldfleld be- Bob -
situation to drove (S yards In 11 runningplays the Icing on the cake with I MADISON Wls. (AP) Wisconsin big.
being painted by remon. P, B. Flowers (Mary Lou) the second quarter When Zeno fore the quarter closed. In each Funk's 24-yard field goal, bis 1
first time
to score the combined a crushingground He hit 13 of 32 for 21)
Elf., contacted by the Ian, 11 ID'mourning Over her .hit Bin Dldonato for U yards case passes by Husrte wen sixth of the year, as a 75-yard pssses
they' got the ball attack yards and two touchdowns Bin
did say that Alcomb would ban daad ban."Bowling. .and Mike Haffner for IS In stolen-bj Bin Richardson and drive wu stalled I powered by ,
toilet the mmm fly" Witt a far Womblea Standard They turned a pass Interception ,reaching the Irish Si. Jim Mffler-to check threats. Southern Cal'a biggest threats Ralph Kurek ,and an alert defense Malinchak taking scoring tossesof
I six and
later date. "Until reorganisationto Service. Station, ,Barry tote another touchdown lathe Then another toss war stolen TIle Irish missed conversionsafter were snuffed out by three pass In knocking: Iowa from the 11 yards. Badar also

complete! bare to not much Bl. bet., a ISO average bowler second period for a 12-0 halftime ,by Tony Carey. The Irish erupted each touchdown and ajso Interceptions and two fumbles I undefeated ranks 31-21 SaturdayIn scored the clincher on a five-

that CIA hi wld,", Bite noted. rolled games of MT-MMtt In leld.I for an 80-yard, scoring failed oa ,Ken Ivan's. Sf-yard and Its nearest bid to score was a Big Ten football upset. yard sweep.
Since GatoeivuVa other bowltofJIadllty till Comnxfctol League las I Then they Iced"It In the third thrust In five playa' Huarte field goal attempt early ta,the erased by a peculiar penalty. I

Rebel Lanes, folded .... What an you trying to Iby converting two of four recov- rifled a 37-yard TD shot to. Phil second quarter. Three of the Late In the third period the 'stung by ,two Iowa touchdowns Miami ((0.)

some tIlDe back, the pta sport do Barry Build up your handlJoo Sheridan. conversion attempts I were for Trojans, aided by a 28-yard pass within:20 seconds late In h

would bo to more man a pro- Ca SommIIIad'' At the start of the third,'Tom two-pointers. from Craig Fertlg to end John the first !half the Badgers

carious position should Palm fcslog' Play 99'Tie stormed back after the Intermission Upsets 'Cats
Laaea close 1U doors again., successfully defended their '

;' Jt would be dead.' "King of the Hffl" title las NEW HAVEN Conn. (AP NO. 5 TEAM FALLS, 21.20 to bold Hawkeye passing EVANSTON, m. (AP) Ernie
Wednesday night agatost Prank ace Gary Snook In check
Yale, battling uphill most of theway Kellermann threw touchdown
Anne Pete Palka and ibis Cagle. and three times for their. -
t unleashed an 84-yard driveIn score passes of 49 and M yards'
MarchakYou Frank ,aIta'. wife 11 l ttlobowUor FrIDCel.1IpeetinllDOtbII' the closing minutes to tie Boilermakers Nip MichiganPurdue second victory !In four starts. Saturday in leading Miami of

:, fiery Columbia Nin an exciting Ohio to a major 28,27 upset of
ta ,
would almost have to cons MIl Petaold January,, president of the Ivy urday.League football battle Sat ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Bob Tlmberlako went 84 yards I touchdown.. Rutgers ,RollePHILADELPHIA Northwestern. w

u alder Pete and Anne Marchak Gainesville Bowling Association, Purdue quarterback Bob Grime for a fourth quarter touchdown. Crisis then kicked his third Kellermann turned the tide lathe
the,'modem father and mother went to Cocoa Beach to : the Trailing 3-( with less than passed for two touchdowns and Tbnberiake wu caught short ol I straight conversion for the' winning (AP-. second'quagrteMrben he hitJohntErismangpitIi

of,bowling In Gainetville.. Anna M..'. Florida State ConvenUo three minutes left to play Jim the defense containedMichigan's the goal line. ,- :_ point t 1 Half Stedmann ran U yards ; a Sfyard
WH the tint .president. .ol the last weekend It Is a shame that Gronlnger crashed off-tackle attack as the :Boilermakers Griese passed M yards to Jim The teams traded touchdownsnod around right end In the final touchdown pass to put the Redskins

University City Women League Ulcers and board of directors from the four for the game's upset the fifth-ranked Wolverines Morel late in the first per through the tint half u Michigan quarter for the winning touchdown ahead lt-13. Kellermann v

and the Women City Associs- elected by local bowlers do not only touchdown. Chuck Mercein 21-20 Saturday.: and hit Randy Mlnnlear on a I scored on a four-ysrd run Saturday as Rutgers defeated then held a faked kick, got up

tlon. Pete was the tint preat- take more pride In their service kick for the extra point was Michigan gambled for two scoring toes in the''by Tbnberiake and a 17-yard Pennsylvania 107. and ran for. two points, giving 1
third
dent the Sperry League hat: to the bowlers. The 1.Men' blocked by Bob Donahue. points and a possible win after. quarter j for the finalSyracuse pass from Tlmberlako to Steve Rutgers dominated the game the Redskins,,a. .-;halftime, !
Alto, be wu the first Men'sCity Florida Start Bowling Smith. for three quarters, taking the advantage 'I "-

Association president and tournament will be bald .t Mlnnear went over from two lead 3-0 In the second quarter on Northwestern put on a Si-yard 11
the tint to write this bowling Cocoa Beach.Wo yards out for Purdue's second Jack Hohnstlne's 27-yard field
touchdown drive tai the final
column. Anne also war 'publicity have missed Mother Eel In the East touchdown. goal. jiquarter
_. _._ with Steve Murphy
chairman for the UCWL.' i,
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art on the ...... She baa been .
Anne and Pete an I Import I baby sitting for bar:' daughter plunging. for his third touchdown ; \ {.
from Long Island (Baldwin) father-In- I of the game Northwestern at-
who was 1UnI1Ier' Friday Grid Scores '
empted to pan to tie tile game 1
N.Y. Re to I supervisor at ,the law who to OL .
down i
but Ed Pldlpott knocked:
Sperry Rand plant High Scores: George Capp u ... .
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Neither Pete nor Anne ore led the week'i scoring with a Penn St. tMMI Para..M twcK cry B NorM D.... Tommy Myers pass.SPEGAttSTS
Trips ft & Om, C4vt Strlngi ( P.rt LMMrMit N MI_ Card city SJudtor !,.
much would '
bowling u u they III; Paul Good, Wtoea Drug uo.llMM P.Lv.p.pc. .. MMml L..... I .;:..
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like. Anne bowla In tile UCWL had 5N Bafo IlIaaor e K.MM. eMdrw. Mt.M INS 1l. J.d.Mn0IN 11 7 .WI.AII4__
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tore, a ; it. 11I11 CwNT A Mt.N' .- 1 :
oq.the Rutherfordi team I.IIp.ti Motel!, SM; Ray Alton ....ro'. Twl.rTIPMrarl _. MM MtItll1tl'trtMt. '.
bowls la the r...... n%.. ... rmnt city i.r y Fort Mytn 7, StriMt. RKMrvlxr' tMm
SparryLeague. SIT; Don Williams Chevrolet I On Late Comeback 21-14 P.rN.I. Tilt 4 r M"W City MOW Fort HkMr On* tl. IxrtyrliMi ItO ,
They !have been bowling .... I P.r.M/.r./tMl Tad *. R AIL It Flori. HW! 1 AWw' S (Tkl S. .
on and off for the part 20years N .. = wswseL1.MMae/tW: : nMdboumt -
Dottle Davis, Bank of I Crwtvta n OMMV
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and theist atatliUcfl are berry, bad tile beet. the UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. touchdown. Nance carried over substitute quarterback .Jack HIM U, Jay c"' ... t.." M..i 1 ,
Jeanne .__ a:
Anne baa I MB aeries M. co.N.ewd.i nt.t
Impressive. women with a MO; Lo- (APA 31-yard pass Inter- from the five and Smith booted White, after Hershey Intercepted LMfMM NM SmytM iMeft IS kIMMrMN. 1l. O.Uel a -- ,
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a high game high- land. Manor Restaurant, was Tint JMNrwi 4 T4mM t UM ST4WM f 1- _
return Smith the the tilt Pena State 4s.
oaf replica by Roger extra point, knotting a pass on HNMtMut H. Tin** OwmNION lJti1
average of 160. Pete bat bad nest win a SB; little Sprow set up a last minute touchdown count 14-11 TIle final period developed 1' e.si.tM.ert1A.M.NMry '. IX THwvlll* U (IMUk 1, ...... 'I
OcMt IOCOM
a MS set and a SSI hIP City 1s
with top avenge being game US. Coca Cola SOS. bad a SIS;.' J e eGBiebel by Walley Maine giving sev Little electrified: some 46,000 Into -IvellattJe between I t..t. 1.4.1.N.N.T_. .nlr.af(N.Av.N art oMw.C..rwd.MLak.Iw 1. Imirmn* (flt i) ............ 1 11.
enth-ranked Syracuse: a hard tans with a 71-yard touchdownrun the two teams with the Syracuse I Pert in wM..wl.I. If OrMKi OM ....tM C_
Ann the :
was Women'i City As- ,,, .
paced the Royal Crown IcIIIII I, l WI P1.N Clly .,
eodatkm all event championIn aeries earned 21-14 football victory on a punt return that gave pass Interception the big differ. s_ ,w 41.s,--r' ff. Um.11N. 0 ..T... errmeI
Claaale with a four game T_ SM*M. OwU AlluduOrtMM r:14 IL I : .
'1960. of SN4M4X over Perm State Saturday Syracuse a 7-0 first period toad- ence.Nance. ......_ M WMM Pet Arc.*. II )
of 07 on games Smith snared the errant pale Penn State, 1-4, however, the __II pM.IVN JM..wr.nle. Pan aNt S Pete to quite proud of tho fact Darrelt Bola wu next with carried brunt of the I ml .. V, IwlhMit I* !:
that during the year be was with on his 40-yard lint and raced to stunned the Orange with two Syracuse attack m the second I J_.. Leo'' M. MUml S.... 7jJlttSMII linniimill J ..._ Miiniy SIH. I MeIttteM_ i;tr
7N and Balogh followed a ........... s M.a.r.w_. '
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president of the Men'i City Association TtS. Sommeao bad high. game of the Penn State 22. plays touchdowns In the second quarter halt with 71 yards on 17 tanks ..... f..M.. _..1 CALL, 37 -l7" TODAY}
then war a lot of first 242. TIle Grape had high team later Mahle scored from the the second highlighted by a Only once did Syracuse pass hi -M aeL ww 110 Join wt1N .ovt.d... Clue CryuN,,_. L slew L..N.M. KaI..o 1A7 for Proa IsflmoteCeMflefely y.j

that are still carried on by to- series of BM oa game ot SIJISSattil. four with Just 37 seconds'' 1 left In the" brilliant 21-yard pass play on a the final 30 minutes after Penn I ,,- f MM U jMkMWlMLIU ..,1Ie1 14 at .......... IwajtedTHE ; .
d.,'. city association such at I Syracuse, rated No. fake punt State Intercepted three la the I o.- .
Sunday bands lull the :.\. ..=..IH. I .. PN.M.ra 1toIIIItIM.tare.I
East bad Its u ,Frank *
the Thanksgiving and C brie.- BiD Homes paced the Hershey, a quarterback second quarter. o 1c II. PtMntwf Fmt fit LtUUft |4NI4 .SAPP'S
naa Turkey Shoot. After semi and Nlttany Ltono combined a relegated to kicking duties :=:..\:sow ceiiae'eIMrMkt
SM lit Cay
Mixed with a .... :
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retiring from bowling, he has Arnold Moos Lodge, bad OX II rugged defense with a touch ofaurprlM flipped tile pass to Gerry "' ... Wntaw {47.:....i .'
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como back to the city association Holmes had to take a. 14-7 halftime Sandusky oa a fourth and II Eagles Fly /fl.. ..fecal1.v ca_. ILeoe e..MM, II. U.,Co seat.N.

ai a member of the board Barbara the ladles ot 117.high gamer 1 toad. "* situation at the Penn State 41 Pwm_A :7 14;:MI4HMIS ,..............PI.ti. tS itMIs .Win." *.,.lp ...,.....I, .......- i
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of ,directors. The Sperry MIDI League Had But Syracuse, 41. unleashed FIve plays later fullback Tom Past Cincy ,,*. n..1. PMMN. SUMttNSHFADQUflRFERS
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Their interest In vaunted ground attack the MlbMa.M. MtM
the sport of R. Northrup showing tho .way Us Urbanlk smashed over from the elaine
bowling\ "to the enjoyment of being I wits SSI. D. Powers bad a SH. third period babM ins nmnlng 10. NEWTON .....' (AP) '-'A mil!:} m M. watt sui t 0IItIIIIf., .in e

around such good people."I Pickups bad .high team set olLocal of Floyd LHtie and Jim Naneo Pena State's first touchdown auprortor. aVaaatva effort. by Mi

.,- -. to awth 14 yards for the ty bit came on a one-yard plunge by big, nobUo Boo mads tts
Jim I ",. breaks far Boston Chugs Saturday .1
at mo Kagtao dampedOnckmatt

]: Brocklercanpnlal ..Se j. Many Villanova Wina ... me andifsatsJ
Sportsmen
ranks IM H a pee played II a

Another fellow\ 0 ( VHLANOVA, Pa ( P-, steady ompour, ,
bowling fame to W year old Activities .Satiffday VIDaDovI'I DickSarayak snared Capt.1115 recovered a ,

(and dosasn looks day over 50)) .. touebdowaa oa naa at soar and" Brig Own toe ai Ass CbcamaM > LICENSES$ GUNS GEAR

Jim Buckler, owner and operator .j a.1 I h t lag ran fir aH ages starting at Iua. SI yards aad me onboatea WM- IS t* aat. ay the BCsMrcaos I : I. ,
of BocUer'i Trailers and I aportamoB at taa Ponce Pistol Pang call tontiMsd their otplsatve Mtsdtrwa and ether ......

Rentals.. hunters ftobomea sad i-- at Bavlwara$prhh L Youngsters play, .beta etfoasrrbsly. and oVteaahrely. reeeeuhs. boltedoat a.ea.aa CLOTHING COLT HAND GUNS
bm aafemvoa
moon b, win a be II Dabv oa no Bostaa i> .
the ago ot U must roOmf over ,
Tigers RollPROKXTON I't:unity to enjoyMtunbytaoMarBaraattbe....... Mot nesasp.Ne1 1 by a parent were 344 .....,. .. .... ofiAts .JlCALUfUS

ICUYIUeI bess. paw. by I>. the day's activities ,ANn
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chkkea dm- barbecue
NJ. : wffl bo a : Measiassil'
(AP) :al sportameaVi. groat*.' nor niiainrsil by the AlacbuaCsaney KAMO SUITS -
defeated
PrbcotM Colgate UIn childee& .
a ttftt defensive football Sportsmen's Association. CAPS SNAKI-HOOf LIGCINMAjMSNoa
: .Park j
Lake
'arly at Haamanl threW wai start at S p.m. andw "
game II'B remote Palmer Stadium undefeated Saturday In tot a Msa rodao buy apeawfi aflaar wffl be highlighted by SAMi BAOU ( 4V,.... Glen) ,
AIIdIII C.a r t yaion sanNfos of the annualC
four pats, The fame was shred awti....... ..... pt o a a t y Conservattaa t vwn, SNAKIIITI KITS'I I

SjNIfaaa.Harvard played aa a damp fluid before la free >MMtaaxMot .... a was da.'Speaker bo RuIn BOOTS SOCKS

I from apt caatjai ajaj. a Fryo, assistant director ofHkt
fits to to asrl..... ttasfe Florida Came Fresh m...', ,.Jlltl1UHIES
Win lion hif* .* a trw a ale feiir Ft* Commission '

N ess A4aaisslM to the barbecue 4 A
CAMBUDO, ..*.. (AP) It byew.ajM U B be fUS for adults and n ICIUfPMINT' SfOKTmCOOONSalvaat ,

An alert Harvard teem ..... bring their owl pole aid Bai for children under 11flehett oil N.rlternel91o.we.

toi muster a drive ot ita ewe, Beit wu be ....... CMaVaawdtr are on sale now at ,: tII ,I ,
the of use tenet beMxompanMbyaperoateroM 1 b.rtlly Gonee.. 5
coaverted 'a akMdtag motif ace Jiwala Hughes Sporting '

pass, a rumble aad a U4yardpan 6ooeX rbrida Pest Control Co, O .* .Caaaa ,: t tugs err. drawnrAw uo'J .
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ktercepttoa runkeck aatM ar brother or *... f.j; kbr Tackle Bas, Fuilgas, toe, .. ..... : 'y: 'd. J.UIJ' .. .

final play for a ralaaoddoaIl4 The lime day the Gainesville Md Cult Hardware Co. Mem- Irl
IVY: Ue... Mbefl. victory! lltalCiiitocooducttoca baraUpa fur INS will be taken Saco._ c.Ia auphm Pe.auq. to !uIs_tl...

ever Wroefl Saturday. and hunter safety gin las w barbecue.



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'L: : Wave Bows to Eau Gallic Surge in 4th Period, 19-13 ; j




*, in.m.mfrR.; ssELLI (ana. I N. .. .... PET push was halfback Steve pass to halfback Homer Tyro ed to the Eau Gable 11 to live five times your size, you aren't yards In 21 carries. He made ,. '

I ,Jon Feotbefl Assistant The game began In a delight Pie...."..-... i ireww Tuttle'a grab of a fourth and Hanson's running and aa of- PET another golden opporbi too disappointed with losing the six tackles and assisted with '"'
I EAU GALUB' Four lb- M manner fort o borne t fifth pass from two Eau Gal- skies penalty against Eau Gal- nKy. way we did. two more. :

Quarter berate: give Eau Gal-, crowd.. ...... ,..t.uv. I lie defenders at the host clllb'a'lie moved the ball to another Inspired line play stopped the Hansen Outstanding The Blue Wave boss said he .
f Jit a mme-from-behlnd: 19 13' After PlY couldn't move :....... .- ....':: ., for a Blue Wave first down. first down at the Eau Gable Blue Wave and four plays la- "I thought Tom Hansen did thought Dobson did "all you .
.
J. grid \'letorJover .Gainesville' the ban the Commodores took .- i...f fP1.110.1 ..". I ..... Defense ,one.With ter !linebacker Dennis Carve .a good job running plus doing<< could: ask a quarterback to
iPfSfYonge Friday night to'the pigskin and marched N _. Lilt The Blue Wave spent the second the ban Inches from Intercepted a Tom Dobsoa aerial ,an outstanding Job on defense." do." Dobson completed 10 of

\.j ; make Homecoming a I. 111? a yards in eight plays., Halfback II a14, Ie. Vi>tl.................. aflalrr: J. B. Cowart did the TO ,'ban- P. K.Onto Y nf. Maul III mv I iwlMT shadow of the Eau Gallle goal mean. Four plays liter they Quick Score
; ?, K Yonge had the ,044.| on. .The PAT failed to makeItso _.Tm 0
+against.. it uHhe Blue. Wave ewe: =- A et.=c hull).PAT entrance. kle Bin Bradford thought It the second half. .
tackled them head-on and at P. 1C Yonge took the ensutog" -CII111 save w. au.a e-a w a MTnatl. After PET forced Eau GaV 'was the turning point of the I The Blue Wave relentlessly I SANSABELT AJAYMAHSLACK
t .
them. .:.: kickoff and :did some _....11, I* tlwrriM' .. pea,,., Bill lie to punt Tuttle scamperedfrom I game. marched 73 yards b 11 .
ElII'" C all Ie marching of Its own ..*-wc.rwa10 Sea his 43 to the Eau Galllea "When we stopped them playa for the go ahead TO. I ; \'.'
i.belt. 'a / Bin re
I the enrollment :The Blue Wave needed U e5oo for a PET lit down. I there wo knew fe could stop I Hanson and his mates kept ,\
,. .... It was boon.'oegetng playa to go U yards, with Tom iltr...1.a.r 1It.I w it+ar ...-.- PlY was assessed U yards them" Bradford said after the the Blue Wave war machine In I \

I and finally (the Ga- lanaan carrying the man over the oflensive production. ended for illegal use of bands on offense. I gam. I Mainesa on the ground. Time t
:t.CrolVtJlfl4aD but to make It M. A ran by quarterback for the half. Dobson-made up for that Eau Gallb had to punt two ly Dobson aerials supplied l ,

I ;at bait deflated Blue Wave Tom Dobson failed and The highlight play of the two playa later with. a M yard I Ir playa later, and Hansen return- needed yardage what air warfare .
-- was called for. ,

I f- 'SANTAFESMASHESGREEN'; COVE I Hanson carried over for the ....
) ; : Lake City TD. The PAT was added with
a Dobson pass to cod Dan Dennlsoa. -


L !Rebels Romp to 33-0 Win Tops Ocala Eau the. Calls next kickoff.started movingon I) t


The Commodores drove 73

,>;: For 4th Win ranle-danle yards to pay. .
,\ By JIM KING The Rebels marched S3 yards later' after the Santa Fe team hit pay dirt this time with Russell dirt, with a pass from fullback
Sua Football Assistant after Mac Crawford had returned had moved till ball from its Taylor banging in from the OCALA-Unbeaten but once- Sorenson to Richard Galloway

: GREEN COVE SPRINGS the opening kick oft from own 2/ to the Red Devil 11 b five. A timely 11 yard peas tied Lake City scored teucb- good for the 10 yards that madeIt

I The Santo F* Rebels completely nine plays The Rebels bad to from Adams to Feagle kop downs b the second and fourth 13-11 The PAT. try was
dominated play here Friday STATISTICSMM overcome: two first ..w a 1J- this drive alive after the Rebels quarters Friday Bight to make blocked.

|\Bight aa :they romped to a 3Mf r.M. M c.'.m.Pint yard penalties totals drive had been act back by a 15-yard Ocala lie fourth victim of the PItY seemed beaded for another .

t victory over winks Oaf Co. = 'i4VIP. : : which saw big Doyle SUus plow penal y.Late season, 134.Tba touchdown when a back

\HJghSctooL.. I ...,e,.,." ... for pine 01 II and 20 yards. to the third period Taylor field bobble gave the Commodores
Columbia
: ....... ..... aM M Hodge booted his first of twoconversions. tucked High Tiger s the ball at their own 41,
>/ In takbg theirs fourth win In',,- ....... .. NP Be missed I. to a Goolsby punt .t took advantage of a abort Will- The Commodores called
10 1 N the mid-field upon
mark and scooted
: five starts, the Rebels controlledthe -. M others later to the game.. 'I cat punt and penalties to push fullback Sorenson again for I
.reklMr.auti : : a
: .
: e,. .. ., to lilt If yard line. Bo West- KToea a are to the second
ban for 30 of the minutes ....... '
; hare s sres. The Red Davfe muffed the moreland scored from tba 47 yard pass to Calloway,
..... one
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sus sea Fullback Richard Lee
,hi the tint half and limited .....LIu..... kick-off and Charles Kersey recovered quarter. which act them up at the PKY
If on the first of the bat
Green Cove Springs to U plays ....M.............. i n '. for Santa Fe on the 3t quarter.It play carried over from the on* and 11. Sorenson, running fullback

)from scrimmage, three of which ,11 n.,14cwa' ...... ... s s .. 4 ,Slkea plowed In from the six .. Thomas kicked the point. again, only needed two cracks
not until the J bat ,
were punts, a net three yards assail MMMryi plays later and the Rebels bad ter that was the home qui Lake City carried the 7 0 to make It 1"12aa Gallle.'
,snd no first downs. huhCiwavh S Ofc nmi IS lUll fair 1M batf-tlm lead. standing lead Into the final period and Sortnson added the PAT to''
,
nm T.vIM. W Blue Devils were sob to muter
Santa ri led t bFO half time :: wn.-l':' <*** > After tea hole make It 10-13 on a run with
at I nm '' getting than stopped an Ocala drive at
OfIk...... ... ....-... _, '. a first down. The Devils netted
drives of S3 71 and Gobbling, the second half kick l.M: left m the .
"scoring on ,UMIM. SM nMwiMi e. i MIIMu N of its three. game I
their total 117 In
......... ..... yards
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..-...1..J.,.,., The Rebels aba combined '- J. w4. James Goolsby quick kicked the last period against the Santo Screen Pass Clicks
Quarterback Jordon then flip
*a 0- rand inarch which I M yards to the Rebel 21. Cools- I
;>:; as stopped by halftime when the II to the 47. Crawford scored 1 by kicked four times and averaged Fo subs. pad a flare paaa to Mangle who PItY almost pulled It out. A I .
Gary Looney played an out- dashed M yards for the score acreen to Tuttle was almost -
a' 11-yard scoring pass from ,sight plays later on an tndiweep. 47.T yards for the night paaa .
Danny Adams to Louis Feagle I Trigger Hodge's attempted 'One kick netted Y yards roiling -landing game in a losing effort that locked up the victory good for a TO. Only) a

4 was nullified by a penalty. The' point after was blocked. dead on the Santo Fa six for the undermanned Devil Ocala pushed deep Into Tiger grab[ by Calloway prevented,
I. '.Rebels had three TDs called Crawford climaxed the sec ,after sailing over the safety eleven netting 40 yards from territory several times In the Tuttle from scoring.. I selea. WI"us sullies,
scrimmage. H* also reeled off Dobson was smothered by II SIMM MM"'W MltSMMMH
|;back because of holding penal- I ond Rebel scoring drive with I'men. failed The
contest but to score. .e
(Cities during the game. the exact play four minutes The Rebels used U playa to 'a dazzling 41-yard kickoff return Wildcats have lost four straight boat of defender as lit tried i $...SMN .. s51.4ee..
'. and made 11 tackles diving to get off some nor posses as
';:, ; an evening which saw the ,this season and have not pushed the gam ended..
ins Vote Devil defensive unit I mighty across 1 touchdown to date Ned Richardson the Eau:

Keystone Beaten busy. On one Sante F* drive I Lake City, tied by Fie Ida Game coach had prlsso for

which netted 71 yards, Looney PKY. '. '.\
High of Tallahassee In a shocker : u :,
i .stay :In made or assisted in seven of last week, was held to Just ''The, played fin ban This is the most popular
nine tackles from his corner- tile they have nothing to be ashamed ,..,
!;; 4* yards on ground by a '
By Callahan 7-2 back position.On stiff 'Cat defense. But the TI- of- they played a good Quality l Slack .: ?.->*

ClevelandCLEVELAND the other'hand., likes was gers got 122 in the air, hitting hard clean game," Richardson -
tremendous on offense U ha led four of seven. said.' in America todayl I
(AP) The By JIM KELLY Keystone's. lone score came the Rebels:with .lID yards on Richardson had praise for
San Football Assistant early in the fourth period on Ocala: had nine first downs I to his I fantaitU lansatell
board of directors of the Cleveland tl carries for a 103 average middle guard Dave Bart Yn, the aspial of Jirmir's
a safety. With the lint of scrimmage six and 171 yards rushing. In 1 Black das For
Indians baa decided to KEYSTONE A third He also had a 20-yard scamper m.n. and tackle Bradford.The anuuMd'ivtn us OiuleflOmiawketrffMbilt
quaytar at the Callahan six-Inch and a 12 yard TO nullified bo- the air though the 'Cats went Commodore boss also ... flacks buy liMabelt .1.... The reuse, ?
keep the American League franchise touchdown. by halfback Ronnie bidden waistband .... ...
line the Ramblers' James of Into reverse losing two yards had prate for his entire offeralve The patented,new, la
in Cleveland where it has Braddock was aU the Cal- Pap accidentally stepped out ,cause penalties I on the only completion managed backfield France that not. snip slims goo, trim fee I.. M all*..
been since the league was labia Ramblers needed Friday plus the :efforts *P" *Vr *tMr wTW jr a,>mi jnihjywi itnutfjtmttrlt
1 formed b IDOL night to defeat the home- of the end woe while punting TeagbLlar* in all tryScore of Calloway on defense. and ityl.*.jru.....r tine.kI posslbli..emlgtfl......
town Keystone Indians 7 2 awarding Keystone two points Despite the efforts of I II Sac by quarters: PlY coach Mike Gutlerm I ..In Mil, buckles and boles Try is i pate *flanaalMlt
1'' It seemed that the city's Municipal In a St Johns River Conference Fifth SetbackTbe two back the difference in the Lake City 0 7 0 I 13 thought one mistake made the slacks today,b a fall range*l fabries*Ueolors.
contest the of Yiu'v sever won anything like ......
Stadium was to danger grid battle.Braddock wu superiority Ocala 10000Qualifying difference between his side I
, of losing the Indians to Seattle, win was Callahan's third the rugged Rebel forwent wall. winning and losing.We X
I Dallas or Oakland for a while a 140 pound agahut two ..... Winless Keystone Coach Charlie Roberts stated made a disastrous mistake SS% DACRON .aI1 I 'C'iJ": '"
but General Manager Gabe Junior, skirted eight yards absorbed Its fifth defeat that his offense wu "much! Inv- on that long pass ,- when 4S% WOOL ...."

around left end on. reverse proved", but bad special praise yon know a team ha* got to go I
Fnday for the game's only TD. Th.ITAT'ITJet The marked for his linemen. He named, To Continue ;10 yards in W minutes there

with H of the a members of T fierce defensive game was play from both by I Charles Smith, Frank Taylor I II no excuse to let a potential S22so's

the board of directors. immy Cole, Steve Frederick u Qualifying will continue I!receiver gel behind you like .....
l .. .. sides. Each club lost the pigskin : r t.M e.aar.M a.a eMMlr I Sus aa.e N aater.
iy _
win and '
it. as Bodge Feagto asMitstandlng through Tuesday In the Cox Thai did. When you play F
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calv rIce on fumbles.
Paul who went on a much'publicized .. f Keystone
'Ir* wm I on both offense and tourney event for women lathe I a gam like we did you hope
I managed but six first
to free western
trip tram rwMnf iefense.Santa. .
I
iWwIo at the Games-
Iran fant I' downs, four of them m the first group J roe "'I make that mistakebecause
cities,.said after the meeting: I v==-...... J ." half. Callahan made 11 first Fe's ban control was vine Golf and Country Quo. 1 U ruin all of what Sdvma

"I sincerely top w* can stay =- '',1' .. cInIIL' I II superb aa the Rebels punted Winners to the Ruth rfsds J you did the rest of the game,"
In Cleveland forever and Tm PNuN .......... M i $ I only once darlag the medal play meet for las I he disappointed PlY coed
f feels the r..s UM t..... The tadJIDI' dtepea& penetration evening and ran SO playa from I month wu Ruby OKaQey. Maria laid
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sure every director ........ .... I ail WM University. Ave.
'" v_ .... i.nnM. 51 ai came early kt the first I scrimmage while Green Cove Brown was nmncrup with However Gutlerrei bad a lot

same ,W/ CII.-If.._ ...........'........ .... ,quarter when they drove to Springs was limited to 31,14 of I Evelyn Packed third and Lib c t praise to pas out. 'Nt. PtraJnf ON 1st ,. eral Lot
The vote to stay was. .unani. 1c. ............... s e .. sa the CaUahan IS yard lino. But I these coming b the final period. I ia MerrUl fourth. "When you play a school J
mous. Ikiirinilmil I the Rambler defense stiff..d .-
CII_ .. ....... MMI toelvIN. '..., and Keystone surrendered
The board signed a 10-year -I
lease with the city for use of the -..;.ea.rud I MMM.:*.M CMMMre the ben .. downs.

t stadium with an. option for IS Famkts At Ma
Spurs ale MM M IM MM win Ml.
either party to cancel the end Callahan drove H yards late \ TA.ra fa Only Osa lakfi Calld.

of each year. In the second period only to fumble
surprise play on bat down, English
,
: _TM"l sal decision had been caught the Indian defense at.the Keystone nine.
napping
3-. Oct 0. Paul
i postponed from and copped a SO yard Callahan outrushed Keystone
had Iud about
!t said then the club drive. Quarterback Jerry O s- !. yards to N and out- i Viyella.
the last two
:ti $2 million over Vf"rID right end for the extra passed the Indiana, 77 yards to
\ seasons because of poor attend- poJnL 21. Bostonians are
ance.

I \ Th Indiana' bom attendance .. to SPORT SHgRTS BYI
gtefttt '. was U403 b the season Just Melrose Gains 2
' I i ended, when they tied for sixth

; t( place and 1I2IO'7lu& JUt.f comfort you I

Th Tribe drew ever mfflkw =
f each year from .... Since Win Over Taylor

" then .they have done It only ...
once drawing 1.417,171 to 109* I
for a second place club. PIERSON-M e 1 r e s* HighSekool Ford. and Taylor an a JlyardSCOT

f; broke into no wta I ICllllper by .oodI.

Charlotte'RAl'8 column Friday nignt wttn a by quarters:
Morose 4774.70 ,
3MO Riveriand Conference sb
r Taylor I 0 < I M ,
:.MarredCHARLOTTE. man football voreVt- over Tay-.1
-. 1 High.

B y i.l1a- _.-faD The Muttansji sow are I 1at George Cappe:
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conferencej play while Taykr I
H. CAP) I
Ram awed postyanaaaant of baa yet to sear a ...... Hits 638 Set

Saturday limb. vase d but the The. koaas ati task si I 0' Gears* Cappe of Team Ha..I
CharbfM Motor Sposdway
bold wwasi awl tMerbtt ran IMdaiMsooalftad Laagw
track Jffcbrld. SuadaylBJB
| | Jfatfeeal 400 race will pen yards far a flat 'II Pars Lens whit I7M4MM

aa ackiinlsif. weather per. score and Evereat Wood ul"I'-414 life 30 was bed. ......
mntlnoy- Iw* extra seasss.Mairasa Esther Van Lear ef T.. walk-n..... me II1ftrr..*tyle

back i. N*. I bad a M to pee the b I tost rot and sewn by hand a* a 'Trial Bio ,ajenliBMBaOtaijltcaiB1ejtf ad a iAM s.loglkh 70y*.
TIle .... br Sunday Istairasjtmfld. cants on a
yard run by ..na Font anal amsVed women ails Cay AnsU bad ModaL It II want bJ'shoe thong xperU. your hone b something/ .less than a mansion. tfonl feel. you toast
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I .1.1 at tao ....... a 101 btgb. ..... After walk-Uatinf tile shoes arvraratandlrt4 forego m* ptoMura of Viyeite.This remarksbb sblrtmg a Wend ofM
The. Matlur has necbelbds/ Team ... S bad a 1771 lit t. grr* peed ft **. aW II the and parted K. JL NI a A best ..... Mrs
tJdewertMt VInjaf
for SMaq. Boatonbaai .ffluotratarf lamT. '
Try tba ana at assna aimed erywfl.n. Chooses thaw YyNla bselq
Beck ran 31 yard to sear anal naM MW fan W-at oatt !
...Mr nwHalaaaifnrt. -
let Sled BOy >1.OhbaaasubM lie. and ik.* feat* ana MaXFbreaM tswir trim sBBjvtMao' .

Car Itasag4ivn....**. It psWtowawttlt.lTartar Bsdnl waa high b / tiM $"." SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN GAINESVILLE of- ;!!.
conttaot aodfc* lot tmtoftaMfflfls tolasyall.atrybaf with '
.race. Only U aaaUWnrtaf went Is front M HOstfM 171 Mt 171- sIL Pbyl SeW leclustolr b* GoinaaviNa) : *n
tan err ......../. M peals :aa, WeeaB Wright bad Sffaail Mary L OaV : C.d..l 215 W. UNIV.TNIATUft AVI.

Officials .. .is* ethers Inks ewaUalgefen dated Is front aes asa a Mb.. gags ", .... ", : 'O
the track because of rata.as pass bass lid Iles 1101 limo Gad lav bad a' ,, # '. .." /tee Petbl.g M isti ....../ Let "" !of
for ,.. Fad ran fillaad : . ., .' '
tie ..;
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Richard Petty *f east to.reefs B .M. ,1 j jla 1' ... ,_'. 4.....
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That' an Florida. .coacbef and many fun have been : ,. "" ,, .,'_'' .. 31
bearing from TutcaJoosa ttoce bit October when tile Caibockad .' :
the Obtton Staten in a 10-4 football victory that

I c.c-: U No. 1 on Florida' aU-Ume list_ of lurprlte -. .' ., J1. ; '

wai tilt first defeat at home icy Coach' Paul. (Bear) /1. r,.
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Alabama, WU and *'4W in tile Southeastern Conference I

race, agalnit the Gaton u.o and W4 to SEC.play!


V'J-M Who would have foneen the TVtamen ranked either Spurrier Takes"Snap; at F33. ;. .Loses Ball at F-25; lander Takes Aim
the nation the alton likely to crack tile top
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-.*.Bear'backyard Now that win be htterectlng./

"' LTMy. say n elephant never target It wffl bear watch-

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I -:?Nat year It 'here for Florida/ > Alabama. TIt Gatonpulled

:; the curtate oa this wane In IM when they beat
than undefeated 'Same. The only thing> left for the UF' to
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Wen, tune Saturday at I pjn. GatowviDt lane and t
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i :: Ticket. ;Troubles at VK i But Beckman ;Knocks. Linder Away And Baessler Recoversor Yard, Gain't.
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', i Location: 'Several KeyG a tQrsEmetg: a Hobbling I I.

; From tile elate capital come word that toSOI ..... for : ,. ',
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game on "'
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; .:.boost stadkwt capacity to 42,000 hat up beta dlacarded.temporary, teat to; 11 LARRY WOODS, South CaroUnlan failed to{ruffle tb.' lait Gator to .leave the ala Gator taxi will a 7Tyarff ; : Ii week" .. '+r.a..... the
801 Iptrta Writer the fur:of a hiked Go lid lit touchdown II- .... ..t4 "" :>>
tun. drering room Iaturdar. ruo, today' BUT* I : IIIIIIbat .". ::.1-=;,,-, on
I i Fr- ".". ""f TTT.". irTfng. fit tr. rooster puDet, hen, tt doean't tor HoaMcomhaj''CI'nd.' the. had a frown on hit face to go top a bum knee:' So I* defa* I II t Ii: o"e II tM re ooMl .w. k.
=-- d.cw ...,* aeae ieeto natoriaBy. matter which: .yon caB lt, South scrappy GamaeMka did: pat a akng with a left arm that waiIn .. I tin halfback Dick Klrt: l. decided ,abaft > llUltviaft. ,
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;. : Meet oOlerleVa. mtert. win be oriole Ike gealrfeet Carolina'a\ Gamecock laid aaa few dents in Florida'i unbeat a tluig.> 'among ounetves" 'If al jr w'. :ieit"n of a \
: er frea tae 19-yard Bae to gent des he that ........ *. Jack: The Giant Kffler) Her lUll(A Jell defensive nests,*? said Ellenson <<
I' :..WM while outclass stew linebacker Surely th*word Kirk and AtInjurlet'are Mere TaW "we Jlmpiy bad, to.ptay: a dlf.
OeypafebMed rasa ai memberi ef varieoa FSU! Bui the Heidt, a ,waa"IJve.teen per;wbo again electrified parti. !
I keter gretpe' Just fer the pureeee, -- tbama rllll a bell a .:.,Tbas Someone mentioned that the I erent'.type. game than againsttflatlnlppL"
I known and naturally I Gatora ihould nave those "little
: Z, Tbera't oaa gentlemaa ta GaiaatviDe who bat 11 of tbepaiteboardi there will be the "mnal I talk. before, 1Yet'pme If .
I for FlorMa-m.Good one,too. Alabama.. Auburn Scouts number of !bump and bmteM" I Ibq.will deliver the tame reraltf Pepper Rodgen/ back laid 1

_. when the head Gator fete a I every Saturday. coach;pra1led the running of tY.
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: tilt war batweea the rata, the Ktntucky-Twnenee war, physical condtttoa ef Ua nnbeafcen "Ill admit I WU approhentlve plcWout a- few.-alai,boles," \,
toalla. I going into this game, idltodger, apparenUy. tad.
t 1 filoriaa ,
Impres$ d4 it i r ; corps. 1 but I wet real pleated the led wlta.'th.e.kopnomoe'i a'
: :" "' "wto) Kwtacky athletic J past.ng
; 'J director notified Vol For a a.Floridi coacbVwbobasal 'way the boy got themselves up performance that wai good
p AD Bob Woodruff that there would be no tkketa available '. 'enjoyed winning the flrtt after a rather dun 'week of
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: fGr Temaa. fw who lIIIIha WIIIt b. make tilt trip to ,,': Ry IUY MOp A'tl.ei yatchjng '5." ply do everything weft.1? : four tame ben at.Gatorland I practice:*remarked: Graret.Plcbtag toll to Cuey.Next.week.'iald. one .,,
L /iBgtoo to tee the baibtball encounter. thla winter when .pica WrttarXea team*. for- tba/ latt' five yean, i .Tbe' former Florida State'u., for the .hut. K 'years. Ray > ant ;
: .,\ the two teami meet 'Heyen folded hie aeout- and thla I* the belt bunch rv tlatant coach.BOW with the Big Grave certainly/ teemed to I be peraonalltlea, ; Graves, the !
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: .,II1 tog reporta, picked up 61twstabl.aok atop ten'/In aU feat time".ttld.tilt Red Tide admitted thedkpa't Gaton: taking> to stride."Controlling .' acid Harper cootlnuef 3t tort--would have...to put to. ,
pat 7ltnwsa
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gMa tdltM gltle! I to improve with game,
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/ one Jut look ,at 'Buna acottt Sttarday.If flaw Urn mash new ataffto '
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8htJJ sW VI bat deeaa.d II the gcMla at md added, "He'a better than I b
: ..., ea ... (11,...) .... JW ...e will M sr.e fir FkrUa!' Field and beaded back .,.. wan en hand hat wed ,;> amotbartoi Sooth 4rodoe.Also' aa we did was the big factor I ctnauy/ thought. be "wu. He of data football.if ::they've nt played of to 'w
...It .....I/adddi e ......... to tIU,AJabuu nand ,Paul when Florid' tent mttlfUppI i n tend far the. eeooad .a"this game,." remarked I hat aa uncanny ability to weave rucaloota they alive.w ..tp'come out 'I',
: M (Bear) Bryaat.it maybe a long empty* banded back to the coV week to apy oa the Gaton waa Crave, aa be held a '"preeiBoaftrenca" I hit way through the tight placet'ind
It day ta Tnacaloott next week.Opea lax fleldl. Aubura'a Jerry Elliott. hr'another oftht
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''I "That battunt score ;a 1 a ae That game ant w.M.Tut.caktoaa gym away1'' from the. play-/ I aid the Florida>! coach.Crave .
Tie 1.... people IN quite opal bout d.' Woodruff ::76 Notcli ((18.0) wag Hoch to Mart the wttbout a doubt wffl .. .... :

., !speaLlb. ADd ? ImqJne Tortes.Wk WIll *l |M.e4 ",n' devUout'of ,... And I dmt the. beet to &lit,...... com."Biht Seem like several boosed up I thought Da Carolina Brevet quarterback HAYDONBURNS q<,
..car. I this policy keep oa. TIlt GalaeaviOa ftaOCM'/ .'JfP- believe lilt Gaton wart raaBpourtog / as....1IiotL Florida fan*' (A Florida .man any. MA.was.
...hu plaaa for a trip to the Gatora 'kt'eai tUber," added need .. Introduction) at the "off" Saturday but added, [
game ., .,. ,..,. r.Ct. r. I"- .
oa Jan JO. Without bTwifcTba u- .' 1 Ma now I rotator ban the way aid
game tkketa tt ough, it will : : : -. '""" we should .... arose' dOw. WMlttlppt game barged !toto probaNr r bad. aomething to do t
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npebot) / probably+ will > here Oct a) to play Florida. Ijutt tilt Gator ih-eaiaig mm Let -
be aa : ...... to pro-- 1.1 OvEverythtog'Florida ( (rlththtt1
wet ----- and Grave
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a fJat number of tlckeq for w (APto) a' make dont know bow to deacrlbaera
taat doeen't
Itbea.et. .... ,Jutt Saturday ,tort of put a miniature Baffled Bhai, .
IwluippeiiedtoKennickyboepitaB ...." 10-- a petotoiandPaul the kind ef mtotaka that. .wffl ,-, aaid lilt...,.,.u, tan.preaced ALL-FLORIDA x
Htnaiaaii fred. iron Curtate around tbe Gent Elenson defensive line
triggared Aabun
I .ADd Wt1y. tilt vat lumber of empty aeala to fie a. the JVtoaWua. TMr to a'W.TkMr ten you very much.'They time aeeatSBlatTuidJkBmy Gator dreiateg room.KFBeft. C seen: admitted that tilt a.... GOVERNORS

paded aalor Saud' end lOne for, tires home NmM,Wa rig. near Detroit rrMayat : ........ 4 coda baffled bun..11I the early A*..

.' .asaaoe. brlnp up a erasing/ polar tto aaaatof tmtt ofBtoatothft. p Wm. &. MaryWIlfllallBllin :'" ': Sidle t -We.kept the batt ::: tt'tt ,. tlte'.'..... .. might be a doubtful darter
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1 Blttlast ,t>rrt. AMrttta'aadvealle waBBBtott aajd tba: rw aaat ...... CM
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Or ma aobr oIbtr aolotloa. II> It revemP ..t./ tort 'a z-.w I third pttla t. ... ......... la an unueual fteaaO team.l dttjrlatt
aU sseea an orated betwna...poll ,; 1mit. ,1'IM in ..... ...' tet. .. tt Kaa*to. aadaii Aabanejaartoraack.Itantof. .ey team to fat....... ap TIle Motor 1 SpMtVty .;
A i dews ll isr SetnrdayaMlB*!...jail to Flatten tablet, 0abeek )let at tin rtght tieet,- aaUGravea. : N :
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eewuaG :::. esiaoe. !aM -. ..... bath I pmoM vfctatfy iaV VM ty +
S tatalN tits tse.alet asset."lea .
;....,.:.:.. .... ..... ... .i. S I ..... .. ...... rI.gas' 1MB) ta* ftoht aari at the foul, and kept them to ft..... trot tlp.elte. ..ra.braMto ....I Gharlea CIIIr.-laIC- becoming- -

...... 'Ili .. aavvalaatod ttMeito between I lit willa wet Wgtoto-a ..... 4eiM.tK ........ I the darling of riar Ftekt.a..
...... =.... .;:. =.. ..... ...., aneeat .IB*,to itr .*. *...' : tatetrv: who waM ...... M ra4 hr, aill.oa reply mUtoeV after: Ole IM not Hat ,
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-Il" r..MIIItIIt.-- r ...... tMw --: acered a 1511Hr. vktonSatordaywhaa 1Inri.... anf air girt .! 'hi ;MAiCAR:! ....... .
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; 1'.c lsieevia eta alt Btoya, Vw fint.fivebyBtohaa. I toe* .aJtK'i; > <"r. l lyMeda WU'S 6LAX'C*. 1
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ATHENS, Ga. (AP)-The passing A penalty nullified spectacular tosses were short with only the I 0 tries for 73 yards. ,
'' combination of Steve Tonal 81-yard touchdown run by one long gainer. Phil Spooner, Florida State 3 7 0 7-17
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JBIRMINCHAM, Ala. (AP) 'If// and Fred Biletnikoff struck late :Ridlehuber who turned the corner led FSU's rushers with O yardsIn Georgia 0 7 0 7-14 ,

..,...tbe eorgla field Tech pushed .aD over ;, for a touchdown which enabled I on an option and shook' off 14 attempts I. FSU-Fg Murdock 23
the
m first half "''"
= / 10th ranked Florida State to escape three tacklers to race all the Bob Taylor averaged five FSU-Narramore 1 run (Mur-
.toappad back In the final
quarSTfeT I with a 17-14 football victory way in the third quarter., yards per carry for Georgia dock kick)
tht'pajsinf at. quarter- over Georgia Saturday. picking up 35 yards in T at GA-Rldlehuber 4 run (Eller
Ictl'rIestJ1. to. .edge With 1:21 left In the game Five Straight tempts. Fred Barber had 40 net kick)
: : {Aubun iM, Saturday. Tens hit Biletnikoff for 11 yard FSU has now won five without yards In 12 tries. GA-Barber 7 run (Etter kick)

war the fifth straight victo- ". and the score after the Seminoles 'I a toss. Georgia's record is 2-2-1. The Bulldogs did not go to the FSU-Bilehlkoff 21 pass from

Tech sod the second- 'loss .,..,. behind If 10 had rallied to i Tees) hit on 14 ot M pass attempts air too much but the two alternating Tens (Murdock kkk)

tries for Auburn.oBJaetaTthe. Iii drive 71 yards hi 11 plays.It I for 113 yards. Host of his quarterbacks hit on S of Attendance: 31,000. .4

,It iI'Iiiiia + : .first '., ... was the only sustained drive I --
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j.r. ;pflhuj uavll first downs to FSU could muster against aKnl

for the TdInr Jackets*., "

i. Tigers.scored first on,ane .'J'' Pus -.... //n the South
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J. -..1... ,HI.. .. JFJ3.U.. HALFBACK PHIL SPOONER LEAPS OVER FOR TOUCHDOWN Sub Ezell!: LSU
J-p.ssIWl' ,5 N ,Tackle Del WUliaasn I (70) Thrown Good Block to Help Teammate hard-charging Georgia deCenslv Sparks :

:?-, _-:-.:::::::: : : : ::: -l IAR. -wa.wl unit which kept the Semtooles hi:
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( BATTLE ENDS, 20-20( day Past Faltering Kentucky
flu cashed In on Georgia

.., '.,21 yard flllll goal midway to.to mistakes la the first half for s ,...
,rr;: -IICIIIIII", and wan oajj Panthers' Salvage Tie JJ-yard field goal and the first LEXINGTON, Xy. (AP) -.masterfully directed the Tiger The Tigers Iced It eight

:' | two yards from the.Tick foe, touchdown.. : Louisiana State used a sterling offense. 1 minutes later when Dong Mor-
is{ ,when the,kaK ended. Georgia came roaring back to wfornjance by substitute quarterback It was apparent In the early I fill booted s 17-ysrd field goal,
1 Georgia Tech was a dUferenl drive M rll'dlla U plays with Billy Keel and an overpowering stages that Kentucky was no I his second of the night

1.. team after totermlsslonv Mist' With Underdog Miami Preston quarterback Ridlebubw Lynn Hughes utilising and exhibition of line play match for the Tiger line LSU killed another Kentucky

.takingtha kickoff Ted the option play for a second to beat Kentucky 17-7 Saturday The Bengal defense broke I scoring threat with 1.SO left in
..marched' to the Alton II,, night In a Southeastern Conference Kentucky's back with 10:S3 left the first half
I when linebacker
where Priestley fumbled and i MIAMI (AP) Eric crab tree'seemed on the way. Until less Pittsburgh 0 7 .7 I... 'quarter touchdown. football game In the third quarter when White
[Mike Vincent Norton
'Aubun ,linebacker BID Cody, exploded 17 yards for a touch than five minutes were left In Miami 111S-X Georgia drove hi from the FSUU Full, a Junior who started In Graves picked off a Rick Norton stole a
recovered don on a power play Saturday the half Pitt didn't get outside MIA-SI IIItt 71 punt return : In the fourth quarter after recovering place of the Injured Pat Screen, pass o Otis LSU one and raced I pass on back the LSU goal. line Md
I ran It to the U.nu
I"ff night and Pittsburgh's l-polnt favorites Its own ff. (Run failed) I a Seminole fumble to took up where he left off last 00 yards for a touchdown.
'Aubunl'eaukID't drive and I salvaged a hairraisingM / Only..ltCOIICIIwertleft when MIA-Bltetnikoff I run (cUrs :become the first team to had when Screen was hurt and ,The : JIM 1erKrhucl0
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Tech back this Haw gave a 17.7 r I I .-r
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: tie'' with Miami's young, Ken Lucas threw eight yards to kick) I IPlt&&ItIIorou.h KU this year. Halfback Fred lead I K fwi ( UC
pushing across the wtantai. rebuilding football team. Mike Rosborough for the first I from 'Barber burst seven yards and made the Tigers' work ,rUIM.N: t nm :=:kkkl
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I touchdown In 1> plays that eov- With a chance to five Pitt the Pitt touchdown Lucas (Jones kick). I through'the middle of the line Miss. State The essy for touchdown the rest of also the night I l llU-Orm u-ro.. M i.NI.It *..: "5bro4Nq 1541
'wed 10 yards.Priestley ., The Panthers snatched the 1 Jones I for' Uw touchdown. mesnMintihlnf MU < >
victory by kicking the extra Pitt-McKnlght run ( M..w
to Graves Ut: ; r-
\.,.. tossed a six-ysrdMstto point Jim Jones missed I his first lead at It-ilia the second period kick). Tens), who led FSU's rise to Romps, 48-7 senior halfback.special: II was his first!, a 41151.55 sI II*.,w ( ..140)..

MUM.Fortler with 103: : one of the season as the ban on a one-yard run by Barry Me- MIA-Slms I pall'froI Bidet I national ranking by sparking aIM In three yeas In a Bengal un-

s sailed wide to the left. Knight but Miami promptly took nikoff (Clfra kick) ( vlclol7'over then fifth. STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) form M b, the
The largest,crowd ever to see With nine seconds: left In the it back with a three-yard touchdown Plt .btree 47 run (kick I ranked Kentucky last week Mississippi State's vicious: line r I

football game to Alabama.HO game, Bruce Brtnkos pounced on pass from Bllsmlkoff to failed) I threw tight times to Biletnikoff play and perfectly balanced

witched Aubort, tatroduce a Pitt fumble at the Panther n Jack Sims 0 Attendance ,J4,. J rot,114 yards. attack smashed unbeaten South- Maryland,

I new quarterback, Jot Camp aid Miami's kicker. Don Clfra. ,,1m Mississippi' Saturday

beD. aim had a chance to pun the I SUM drove' for': touchdowns My Maryland

.meld out But he faded too, on //n tht. South/ t.'stn. ,four of the sli times It had tilt '
r 7i j" Mountaineers a goal attempt ban la the first half. Southern's NORFOLK, Va. (AP) '-. AI

Andy Sixkiller a fleet-footed .__ _.__ line was outplayed from start to field goal by Bernardo Bramson
Win hy"2310BLACDBURC. Cherokee Indian from Oklahomawho finish. and the backs were unable and a ramrod defense carried

played a magnificent defensive GAMBLE ,.FAII91413Texas to cope .with the State of. Maryland to a tat football victory
k" Va. (AP) fame sped n yards for ense.. ever North Carolina Satur

Quarterback Altai McQme aa early touchdown with a Panther The Maroons scored five day In the Oyster Bowl

guided West Vtrgmla'a Meantatoeers punt In the opening period. Falls Arkansas times on runs and twice on North Carolina had four play
to
tea JJ-10 victory Saturday Bob Biletnikoff then raced six pi..... They played Southern to More from three yards, the
over Virginia Tick for another yards for another score to make on equal terms In the fourth last two from Inches: and failedto I

step closer to ttetatkenConference It 14, and the Hurricanes, seek-: ..' when the MSU squad make It In the last five
... AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) Top- Then an enslde{ kickoff failed Arkns flnt touchdowncame : !period
iliiaaln iibjMRS tog their first wta of the. swan ranked Tens fighting for a and Arkansas ran out .the Jail In the second quarter Included players whose names minutes THE ONE WITHUltraTouch

national football championship minute aa the clock. when safety Ken Hatfleld college did not even appear on the pr> Maryland. then took an aut.\

rambled en a two-point conversion The victory snapped Texas' football's leading punt gram. matte safety In order to kick out
attempt Is the closing It-game winning streak and returner In 1141, denied the I Southern had Its moment of of the hole from their M. The
I ( ; ) ( \ r t '. minutes Saturday night and halted the Steers try for their capacity crowd of IS.. by glory In the first quarter when Tops forced North Carolina 10 1 < i

tort, faUtof to underdog. Arias- ascend consecutive national hauling to Ernie Gov's long punt halfback Herman Hill took a give back the ball without a
..14-U. Y. college football championshlprft at his 10 and sprinting It yards kickoff behind the par ne,'pC ikd''niiW"afO(4syliihd" was .iq.r

I ....5M- ........ LIiIMr. .... ,Texas with. a tie almost assured abe ,.Arkansas to a good .for a touchdown.Tom McKnelly tremendous blocking and ran only two yards from ,Moths
wh.MIM.. ... hit CIIIIe......I._... RMM. because the Longhoras Msttien. for the Southwest eo.f. kicked the conversion. N yards down the sideline for touchdown when lime elapsed I
,
x :TMM SIMM!* W. ** leC..wM51 5.5* IA nave not missed n conversion erence championship with a Texas, fighting for Its life to a touchdown Bramson hooted Ms 17-ysrd 1
w. ye. e4.yss 0 .y0* 055.e
.r'i."C. c..15.5.....0 w.c.....fl...w.*' LA I, attempt to their last 41 tries 0 record, and. a good shot at I the second half tied the game Halfback Dan Bland scored held goal In the second period. ....
c.Iwwmc.w.Lrf J SMMm c.Kw f w..155us5t., .. ..... eN5.511v11515 ,.. I went for n victory en n eoaan.sloe their first national title If .... I I In the fourth quarter when Phil .the first and final touchdowns North Carolina, its racing ace friof te Itereleeee. this.....
1 Ass-0ls" w. L. ..., sMIMMW ... 51.5 IIM.K1 pass attempt !that fail short one should stumble. .Harris I raced two yards for I for State. End Tommy Indian Keg WUlard held to 41 yards, trio lypvTWfltatf WIt 1w7WWJ feySMreiarles
tfSSSTff =:1: S S.KiiIN 5 Ii TheRasorbackswersNo.tta .touchdown the first time be I lot two on pastes from quarterback west to the sir to score on a 10.yard seroH Vie.....

tSUSL ....truuuSfr-'u,., >muv' '- s := ....... It the last pABERKELEY carried the ban. 'I : Aihby Cook to lead HSU. pas from quarterback Their' prslsi was ...
t1 -.....c.-.. ..c............ '=-.:..... :'\'C. II Vandy 'Raps Gary Black to Ron Jackson for qualified try. -
r'd jjjjjrtmrtkS: =---.1.N'e ---. .f.... N. 5111i P a 74 halftime lead d
caw 5111.115 0. C.w slli55 1 '*
I.wNP-511 I CWMN taw 5. M. OM I 50 Three IS-vard penalties on "MY SPEED
-: VIK.Iwe1I.e.,5515.5 10. COTW....*.0. I :515105 e. It..CMbw JImIsIMS I 5.5. e GW by 140WAIIIDfQ'I'QIf In the Fal Wesfby North Carolina In a matter of IMPROVED WITH.
:.t I
= fi, Mb CtoriMlimit 11505 .... I minutes helped Ml up Mary)
C.T.M IV W CM f OUT HURTING,. MY
i JIA5IM II. '
5.01115 : eMi J .VM M. i iMMMfM : (AP) VanderbOt land's third quarter touchdownThe .
a.. ..
.AIB.e ... 1.55.1 1t..w10 Tw > MSMCMr ":1 ACCURACY. 1S
L.wI.e e *MSMr ,... scored taJM two Terpe had to travel. only JO
5r.55 May IA 51.0.51 MM ei r-ere:. r : IoUdIdIwIIfII till paa"s ..... yards for the touchdown: and II I TIll. v.rd.tlne' eanoenf by
..t.: 1 c...... .... ,.r.e for 144 ... of them were. walked off by the .
Joe. ..... .. ....... ..... f.- ........r.'n ....Ado MMr day victory Morton Fires California reftree. Tom and Walt secretary In DsuaTaco.
.15 N ** h..1. InMMM George Washington. Hickey Otnere sraleed Us prtnhvfft.
:
Jw1.NIre54 N5555 Is. ***.v. '
iCmill't .
lid 0.5: .. ..... 5155.. W. Vfc .. MM LMffT ISM Marclnlak rammed the ether Hi SSM, Ms here1. toMerThe
11_ ...... I flew. Ns VA.....1.... 1t0 r TIlt Ice-breaker for the Commodores yards, with the latter plunging 110I.. ..... :;
tC11NNii1M .......
10 '
I came e* a oneyardriunge
= ': I =:WIN R..5 111. M In for the score noil vela we'd like te
5 1.,. rnslo.5A05U.w I quarterback Dive: To 27-13 Win Over i
=_- *e R.:'N 'IrIlJlr .li i ill 1M..... period.m Navy ,"hear le yoursFREE astlns. tot
"' c.- cares A..T" 1K' Clemion .......
V.45. C.M1MIe.A lit : I the third quartor. Pall Tops -

twwce.M 1/.15... --Mo 01.15511- r1vy.r5. a I II. ahIII: '" I Brooks scored. ansdierthreeyard w a AP the first I TRIAL
Calif. ( ) Then ks a thai quarter exptoilon yard scoring run,
.. ,... 1 CM.d. H '" r Wake
1.1.55 51. forestfINSTONALEMNCAP
T..... M. .......... N 0 1. -I" I dI... California quarterback Craig the Moot. 4-inch quarter touchdown for the middles to IN YOUR OFFICE YVou'l
t ho..mMsr 14 e.11115 M5rylw5w. ---1__ .... ... II. ...... ThebuRy Vandarbtt Hno paw Morton find two I touchdown back threw pastes of II and II three games.Reserve I .
....*. ... A..1 I I..,. We )1 her eA'i Ss
"; 1 mttoMly penalties stalledQeorne and smashed for yards to Jerry Kosher and Tom raw .
OllIe ....... t. ,_ 11.y15 05 $1. TINS II 'passes ever quarterback Felix -Halfback Hal Davis ran 40 smile.CAU ...
wars,. 1A c1_ I Washington's. offense snslhsr while tending the Bears Btenchfleld. and Jim Hunt hit Basal connected with Psskswlcben tery
;:;;:. z.-t P5.05511115.. (58:giVii jiSi'T .. ... wA.1.r 5111 M ho Colonials and the Tigers nicked. up two ..
11111115 wHhta the Middies of lllur.ut. .loss, and BlsschfleWbooted
mr
....... .. ........ .. S -SLIT"5M5Mpye II Navy
_iS 0.5.011 0 MI..... IR155' = : .. M .five yards of ,.,.art. an three conversions. I more scores with. the help. of -

-M: 51"..:= & =ert.i.e.ti.u.t 5 1 ie A diet rain fall throughoutHe After lilt visitors took. ai Navy's an America RogerSteubMh RipsMinnesota Wake Forest's toeffecMve lickIng .
:t : : .
=.. .. for n II.' Adaadf cuss FR
c., r 558s0 M. "=s4 I game, played before IJM toaantegtoa'a first quarter leaden a Held goal. tampered kf hisankle 2.3411
i
IS .. .VZwwT.:1 = I. Rl..,. May J 1" cavernous DMrktCougar. I end safoty, Morton .regrouped I Injury saw United action. I Conference, football victory
:: p4. 51 5.. Ii rf Columbia ........ I The alert Saturday.I )
\ : 'vwe151. AnSr N c"i 11151.5 II Ms charges for an 17-ysrd see- Beers kit rospod
15.r3.... a''r ......... .. ...... .-. I end quarter march and M hal.Mortis .three of his. passss-the most be I c-.. Into a three-gams M tilN
= =- : uapA: ,''r MS O Blank I time. has given up to a single game. losing streak and extended
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Wnole .
\ P0515 111151.05.1y II
Wake Foresfi atrtog to .....
MS N scored the touchdown California led J7 0 before Kip
s' 0.M =:
14 := It111y5 a. 001 70..M11.O" .. 51. 11.10.0 1 iIIIIItIf. overpowered Minnesota'setfesis with virtually an kelp. from ks "Servlna; Central Florida
Psskewieb .
tr .* ... 450 Or-... It broke loose en a > Dick *
,,; M A NIIM t.- MMAr 05 8055 emm M Stanford, 6.0'STANFORD ) with a massive two .hiding naB carriers. Halfback Since 19J5"
,.' L CMMrMI S Butnuvlsd defensive effort and Hugh MauMki rested a M
, 0 Its art c.I CaDf. '(AP) Duke downed the Gophers 144 Saturday pulled muscle and Waction. .c..tItte tUe ffOMOf
Takes Title
"t', .=-=- II. "'r'- = : Steve ......q, sssaOset. pbyor Step: with two breaks cashed" for Fuflbnck Pat Cram left OffIce .."".i.a 1

1rt ..... 1/1.q r 5r w. 1* i1M 111 0 ......L en fto BsM, ast nn me earOaat / touchdowns. to the second quay .dM game with severe charity-. N. MAIN IT.
I IM' wir5lrr usthlsu 1i..d.y with a Clobbers Wolfpack 35.3 ....> none to the fist ......
"'I j..r saw rt. Ir. air a ...,. .. ......' Tie Bid, rebounding hour ;;

=. .. \, enabled .. to na> DVUAl1.If.Co test week's .lea to Ohio lute.
... 14'i '" Oi CAP) -Dub I sparking a touchdown drive.
Y 11 1 ref SL atjrv tf e+. Mta fog ftaaferd PadflcAMsth teak aOBsty ....dbfM Minnesota. with a
a gloat teward lilt
= : 11ri 1 t step I la UN deetef sakinteo .. meDufce.
--:.. uUJ'aCAI'TrX.4g&Sfft ? Cenfnranet foettnlTfce Attentte pest Csnfsrsntn teateaflerewnSetwe -: ..... eaentof that Intercepted
.......... ., IAN ... .. five grabbed two(
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.. r _vsrLasae lltfennl InsMtJi teak yaylrooaekf down H weds peestoterceptien perm
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=-.1WIII Moth Carson State i!I
: set .
me eWn ttf WolfpackleM
'IMrA pant to ma ism.. 0n
::r- CII behead a vUherteg ..... atteek ( gent to the enentof. period. Win
... ins seeone ..... Fivenays Spiders
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0. and firm defense.ft .
went to for Ms flnt to dM
...-4.0.. later, foflknck Jmdsf Oslky > acen
v".w-: : c.'e .r bsseted ever tram dM eat.Ttoeeavenbs wee the tine conference second ettarter en a !yard. DAVISONN (fA' Rear
.lees for State, whim Is 1-1 to me '
,010055 M 750 0 ntteanpt fait drills Odont scored from DM ItMizzou nto Inrtdl tknw. rwe touchd.spesse5
: "=- .:.......... errs ACC and M evernaV and WIDIU I to John Hilton as Rich.Jeulkera .

..........71005 ...51 et. s.r t nadefeaied rill ..4Ireeerd Maple rani'. IpIdm seared ri4
.. ..-. .. 0 0 15 TCUUpeadaTciaj el te begne ptor.TaeMneDeviteknrtesfetrl. Conference foetheO
= .
aw
iA0.01.511.1151,5P ..
I 6* i0 ataL.S0 AAMCOLLBCX of hard fwantof backs at....'. Falcons 17.7 victory ever DeYldIoIliturdI1.NEEDED .
...... ........ ,
& ::i .. .. .. wrlyrssri51j'.0. Ise neaned defense and lid 1J.
I .. ..... .rrYi 'r' frATKM. Tex. I nt nal ..... The wtonente Am fORCB ACADEMT,Cob !

--- ...... (AP) -. Trar QrWI wf sins/ Sam ante twhdwas (AP) nttwerl M Air Force!, DO s TiMfc Ti ct.ff, M*

.*c.iIIIIIIIl"=.:r 51Me N BieeEk tOiitDAUJ f- a anew./ far awttabag Oas .... perM, ene en ana tale the ASK kickoff en oered ..... thew 2 pus's ....
=::..... 8_. ., V IViMMV ft*9m |PHfOed A ... ...!.... Irfr r e.erpow. Pefr 'MMHM MM* t......

i wa fcr .Iota )slag sereen wJk a M4 pent by nalnncfc John Cess- me fafosns tilt rest ef dM ManBnsjndkneWseMsn'le. )
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4n
... .. .. l a jWI eW l eHeW r vtosryetwTsnasAAiriwto.TbeFnpbattseat44aeJ brut way Isnsrdey for a IM victory Cesvsnf ........ >..> 1 se ir tahoew M/n wtc.t
nlodNa
c:1..tJL..n atoiaali. II saealLartj Cam 7f. Sera lie Intone" of Imo
....... .. ... Vet kicked fte estnt pie (. ay 0iItaI. .. C rtsandBet) Bad MMMTI kw 19 pttaif to Af CALL. ..., .. F

y0ie : ::0....... lalr_ r loan H Osne' lead bat were forced te.fu Lt NN I Mpl ,Dab.tp ..... amid ennrter to tarn me UeV.Ike .T....... STREIT'S BICYCLE SHOT
ear A. a 1015 7 ever Suurri 11It1.r ef ..... '
...... 05 4 mf WmVWmmJi 9jtWm amok OwOemn Fsssent mnf aasrdHd 11yardn '
80015.._ ... _05 MM r .N.klg l.reeetewas. atom llvi scnretf twice and Cnrtts te a tsnrnnswn hell wig f.. .
0510 N tlathal lot tjHt tntA BMiw .. ...nnt'IMI etrleK led hsjl WsnXs ynrd reteni off Mew. one* M. .

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I I ;I\BUSINESS' .' __ {'3 ;' September .ales'1D4' gt*. gallons to Septembert1N,444'; ; fa"' MarionSales., '. III"" oIJec. tlons;,were $2X331 i'ism:31s.013

I :A !::1 1,1 line tax collectionsbated: on August and S2X8M to, SeptemberlMl.Dtxle'aeMrtflai-. ttoos'were'$22i588. : gallons'la Stpiembefcn7nJ; toAugust
August sales showed a healthy : her, .,,. to Ana*.,$*.$? ,- tl3t I_r to September
seasonal" norm,throughout the taxes was fM, tUsVV", : ;; : to September 1988..0 a statcolJecnoaa'were 1961 Union.County's.she reef
area '.:Clfchrist:,-.'Sales,, tax"cotlections : $8Mi94B- state total gartax.. colle0tioawad
j Generally, collections of bolll were $..w to September ii' g.eau-ln..........f1I3, : 47aL ';'::; :; ::
\ Uncertainties Again Shake Urges Repeal taxes were lower, than IB August $,2t2 to August .and .$.,- 881 ID% ogost-aesnrto> Sep I 'Florida'collects,:three= :cents
,, but 4 to I per cent.higher 013 to September 1963. Gal tax temper MOXMarlaaVshsm of pet!lagoon on gas taxes of this,
11'hf Of HomesteadExemption than to September 1 Q. ,collections were $..$02'on 140- total state gaa-tax collectlons 11. cetuVJs:: refunded toJhe
"
Sales "usually slow down i D 030 peons fa September;$.,763 WII. *...*.* jv.I\. 4 .::onE, : formula :.which
Market But It Recovers August, reflecting the end -of la August and T4M to September Putnam'>;'t Jalet> .'tax cob- gives maU countet aarger]
I : the summer.vacation season.Suslnesf 1983. G lie br II t County's ttoiis' weiv' $ ..aaVbSepieinto share and, large" eoHatiee- I e a
-.. .. MIAMI BEACH AP picks up again hi September -I share of total state.. fas taxes ber, $6,461 .-Aaprf'/,7a9 smaller share tbek'ictaahy was
(
:lit'ftIOIW E.MULUNEY was being replaced: by Leonk The British market Is not Rep William OTW11 said- State Fri with be beginning o f was $10.737.3tV ,.n;;:'lj. September 1888.Ota Us cotta collected TiL.thDie, couBtet| ='
>N.' 'T.llmes Ftoaactol Editor L Brezhnev mills party post likely to stay off balance ,for day that, .of the school and tax collections .Levy .-r Sales tax e&ctieas;lsetiosU'yai "L4M--1. I3,: _- '* 4*
repeal homestead '" "
-NHW YORK -. Wan Street; and by Aleksel N. Kosygto.III long however. If the new exemption Is the "only so- normally awing up agate. to.'October. were"7." to September.. | | ..., .. 61.......:- .. :'..Sorn* 50"T,hiking i"---f clute aDd
stock market war I premier.. Labor government is Inflationary lution" to Florida's financial ; J 8 ta .Aagfflt,. $iI,.: tatember :&.. t111 lit tAuMuc .... Septoa.188t countJea.lIMI1v1dua1.nature lovers.
E. of their lethargy JIll. Friday the stock market re- as popularly supposed, problems I I Higher fI&ureapared With .M88.. Gas'd air eoBocueas Putnam County'seaaM cooperate with toe l Mlpuk'BrVki'tii1
the news from the erasing most stocks might quickly regain fa The September a year ago Indicate were H4Jl5 *err mMgaBons > ( total state gait tax col- 1I theAppalacblat',71Btf'Z6'5mne
JCMMnlln. Both performed of the preceding day's .... Investors -versa a haven against Inflation. who Marion County Democrat a combination of bcrcaaed pop, to September 88U88 to lectieab h4111='pLi7.2F;
t ....." however, to the seem to have learned a la chairman of House Committee ulation, plus .greater'business. AugusVUMW, to .September "VJIIa ="....*eaIJeCtIOIIS bI nattVwhlcl! ) lies'wfthln,
fits/'"( that and other domesthetad .lesson from the stock market I There first might occur. Florida on Homebullders Taxation told the activity/ 181 Levy County's she. re of wens .Mt .a; half a day's drive of more than
: mternaUonal uncertaintiea. reaction te the Kennedy trag. however, restrictive moves suchas that Association Comity .,by county'break- total state gas. _taxes'was $ ,. TeV,to rAfut. ,) $MM ,!D. Sep-l half the population of the United
., dye It was this: panic selling II Import curbs and a rise fa repeal "win enable us" town shows: < 741.37. ,' ,'V 1 tombamttfc Ga..'tax :coueo :States..' : ":
broaden
it was a week seldom matched.m a good way to lose money.. tilt British bank rate, to an attempt to' our tax structure, AbchuaSale: tin cause.there -.-- r \
stock stirring m .- Obviously. It,II too,early to to Improve the COIJIIIr1'1aeriouIIJ By 1965 he said, the Legislature il,4B III' :; { : ; : :.S
were Septem- .
:
GI win need to come with at least : )
tW'; ImplJca.tI1J tell what the consequences deteriorated trade balIDC0 SAVE 22.95
bur down! from August t SHS, DearbaE
j: of'theJejtdns the Kremlin shake-up.win be WM juyiucnti potlttoie $130 minion to new taxes. : :::
m Summer peak'
July WI'
Is too early to !know O'Neill said he hopes the ..
rail Week. Similarly Should that happen It might homestead t ..GIII, after the spring. sum -. I. -,....:
exemption ''amend :
nattoabeLa- tom 'what effect the new government world I force a more restrictive credit ment the Nor. I ballot mer low points to June $201. .-N0 j._.._.... .. .. .... .'
victory in to London will have on on peases. / '" or
bar policy here to thwart .. :::
a "
:
renewed 311 and May;$203,110. Septem- l'
International business It1 would enable1 I Sarasota satYr OUR .
Britain, the affairs 1" I
outflow of U. S. funds and er's SH cent 'f. r
Baafoeeatanation report was per
and ultimately stock values. I County voters to bold a referee.dam a
ebar explosion 'a worsened payments deficitAnother than the In HEATING PROBLEM ,
higher tune
IBT. Bed aw.a.I Western analysts are wondering to change exemptions within month I I I ,.
.. BEFORE ITGETS COLD'
drag on the market 1913 $2o0,m :
determined attempt the :
threats of whether, a county. I ,
tit 'f
j and credit here,,, win now be made to heal lately has been the partial The Sarasota plan to to tax Ga tax c013ectIonawere WITH THIS PRE-SEASON ;;

arwenai big shift to Ho. the Seta .. Soviet rift and whether ,-Corp.strike The at the three General. week-old Motors the first .,. and exempt the $117,115 on 1,673,017 ,,.gaDons, SPECIAL 'f j :;
the Soviet economy' will be down from Aoguit figures .
0iifI.,... rumoraoftherSo vie!: reoriented to ...vIer"" concentration stoppage has already had an exempts next $5,000.the Existing first $5,000.0NeUI state law of $.., but up 4'per cent With loch mOd r;Jjsted b.lawi I.I : > '
givenmeat shake .. upbegandreajattaf !I on defense goods." impact on the company's sales.. also said an counties should assess from September 1963 of $179 we'offer''you d -
and have considerable $12.95 ILOW. FREE!
may elect Of total state tax collections ,
Thursday' dI; Although this and other uncertainties property at 100 cent: of SSI gas ,
per
mrbetwas enjoying thefif m, have lately clouded on profits. valuation. Alacbua County's' share .. 30.0! 0'1inY Heater with bloweir' .'
eficepHdve: week bovertoi the investment atmosphere one Another uncertainty In the was $70,848.40. Heats up to' 800 square feet. I '.
....1 historic high price rev bright ray continues: to pierce picture last week wu the up- Judge 'Rules Bradford'Sales tax collections Regularly priced at. .... r,72.90, I -
-:; the base. It's the fact that the ward price pressures on metals were $...421 to Septem- PRE-SEASON SPECIAL! .. h '
.,
4.45 --
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psteea noon and 1:10: pjn. national economy and the stock: Ordinarily/ move to higher Volusia Dove ber,11t2141n August and $17- \ i a .r
the market market' are fundamentally metal prices might be considered 570 In September 1961 Gas tax '40.t) ) BTU Heater with blowl' ,
(Batman 11 potato In awls IOUIId. toflationvy and bullish for Season Open' collections were ..711 on 9387M ,- Heots.'up. to 1325 square f..t I 7
Dew-Jones industrial average) Some of the recent uncertain I the stock market So far it has gallons. In September; $64. Regularly piced ot .. ,j. a u. 82.90 t r M rr1rtT. ; ,+
IiiIIfnI:: ; ...- accelerated 1 ties to politics and labor win 'not oeen. t DELAND (AP)- .T< you can 371 to August and $45," to PRE-SEASON SPECIAL, .. ... 59.95: .. .
speed ticker fell IIJiIilW soon vanish, of course, but : The late week nervousness hunt mourning doves to other September 1963. Bradford'sshare t'hne ,j "V" '" + 7\
an boor behind .to redHttof others to the realm of credit caused a moderate decUae In counties, you can hunt them toohisia of total state gas taxes : .,. DELIVERED 'ES. ... .. Y' ., M-d' +t+'B -
1 floor transactions.V policy: potential Inflation and the popular averages list a mixed County Circuit Court was 8WM8J8. Terser Car ...A". algal: j &' .t
was the largest low the international affairs will be.lessiniltory tone. for the stock said Friday. Clay Sale tax collectionswere BUT"1"HURRY! : r l 4 N 'Tr. &
: The New York Tones Judge Robert Whngfleld'saidthe : : : : "
rdibd i ltd sustained since the combined tD,. to September $24- This '
.....i of President Ken- Before the Kremlin crisis, las average GIN stocks .closed' State Game and Fish Commlsatai 49 to August and nlS5 In tt offer t good' only'thrgitph I .: .! ;'CooL 'CA"NIT'U"; To:

meJJ Nov. tt, when. the avsMP nek's major problem soi I far with a net loss of 2.77po1mh made at inKonatmrtloa. September iMeV Oat Id'col ,, 'tT>Q.. _h ..._... .... ....1. ,.40""O..TU..uT..,HAT1., : t
pamfed 21 punts to less is American business was concerned ,at 11717 whDe the Dow Industrial II move by trytof to dose the lections wen $80,481.on TIM* '< ( :.;.." ...--- .,1. ,I ," .
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IS* dude pattern of the British election and the fanptt- 87J.M. Oct. I to Nov I while It 8 UM III.September ., : : KEN'S FUEL, l
(tock market's violent reactions cations It holds for future economic Stocks that lost ground during was open It most other coca 1888. Clay County's share of gas "." : <. to-Major uncertainty seemed policy trade opportunities the week numbered 73S, tiel.Tbt taxes was faMlMtv ;, f. YM,....lv..A.. ..;;;,;: I
dMTty to he emerging. But and Interest rates. both. In while those that advanced totaled season also was closed In Dbde Sales tax collectionswere <13 W.. UBK; Art, frM T.. rb. ........ .r..Iat.'r..;: :
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resumed.. The Labor Party's narrow wu Texas Gulf Sulphur which Jer and St Johns Counties, but 793 to August, $.,031 to Sep. 't" R 6.565T-t' Thi.eyhKe.i4a4 7, i
I elf of the big decline was victory sent tremors through the eased W on turnover of 471, Wingfleld said his ruling applied tember 1963.: Gas -tacollec- '\.'" { r .SAYI...,-.'"'.$ YO 4S/Il4J. .Ar ....... '
reaonred the same day evenBJBr LoDdGII. stock exchange, and 100... only to Volusia.; I lions were fl',.' 011 138.497 1.1f... \ ...:..'..'to ll.'j, .1.tt.: ....:.:=' ::t. ; 'r:

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j a market last week waa beset by the.first three pieces diws
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!p V oeme through with,only a however various brokerage n.. '
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Soviet Russia. wires. The stock list faltered,

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KBuse aide Walter Jenkins. The Dow Jones Industrial average 'Sf'It's a mighty good mnty pot

bomb: -'Tat by explosion Red China.of an atom 873.lt last week declined. iM to \ mttfy aside, yet readily; 'imilable, at Gtlnesjvflle'i .

testier. routine movenunts for The Associated Press average lsrgrt association. J J'

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28 yean of eiperlence, the aaf, of fmortnet I by

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I 21 Gainesville Sun Sunder October II. 1964

L Arts degree from Michigan In
Will Follow 1959. He also studied In Eu-
Reception
rope and at the J a i I1lh r d DOWNTOWNON
Garden Club School of Music In New York

City.Mr. r
Carson Memorial ConcertMaurice HInson Is now directorof
the music department of c THE
Southern Baptist Theological
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NotesBy HInson, one, of the Dings of Mlddleburg and Edward Richard J. Schiffll/ Miss Seminary in Louisville, Ky., SQUARE
\ South's most ace o m plashed Troupin, director of the Charlotte Smysor, Mrs. R. J. and is president of the Kentucky ,
I musicians, will perform as University Symphony Orchestra. Metz Miss Mary Sue Dressier Music Teachers Association. .
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GWEN BENZ solo pianist with the University Mr. Jennings was a cousin Mrs. J. C. Dic'-'nson III, I
of Florida Symphony Orchestra of Miss Carson. Mrs. Jean 0. Mitchell and i
Second Corsage Workshop of the Gainesville Garden Club I \
at the Cleva J. Carson Mrs. Robert Williamson. Ide J
Inc. win\ be Federal Taking leading roles In plan ,
held Wednesday at the Guaranty Savingsand Memorial Concert Tues- I \
Loan Association Community Room. Meeting time Is 0am. day at 8:Wpm. in the University ning Mrs.both events are mid: Mr.Gaines-and Music Students A..ItDr. ,The Sun spendsthe

Auditorium.His Jennings; Poole, Head of the Department Winterin
ville residents, Mrs. W. D.
Each to 2 carnationsto this of Music at the university the West Indies.
members attending requested bring appearanceat Stevens, Mrs. G. H. Boutelle,
work with. and ribbon will be available. memorial concert follows and Mrs. Hack, have
Wire tape Mrs. J. Wayne R e 11 z, Mrs. Join It onCunard'
directed planning of the concert
EXECUTIVE: BOARD: The Garden Club Board of Directorswill weeks of planning by friendsof George 0. Hack, Dr. Reid which will feature con- Cannanla.I .
the late Cleva J. Carson
Poole and Corrick
hold their October tomorrow at 1:30 at George ,
meeting : m. concertos by Mozart and
a Florida leader In musiceducation convenient cntiies
Carson
members of the Cleva J.
the Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan Building. St Saens. Mrs. Re Its, Mrs.
and a former teacher Memorial Music Scholarship from Florida,$l40 up. ?1L
Godwin Mrs. L.
will follows of Mr. Kinson. She beganthe Raymond
Circles meet Thursday as : music Fund Committee.And Tasslnarl, Mrs. Baumer, and Sail from Fort Lauderdale
at the
program also the followingfriends Mrs. Stringer hava plannedthe aboard Canard's air-condi
Mrs. R. G. Ashley and Mrs. University of Florida as the tioned
AZALEA and former students of reception. stabilizerequippedCormonla.
first music -tractor in th.UniversIty' .
Clan Ha... .Giant outdoor iwim-
Miss Carson: Miss Lillian
at the concert will
P.K. Yon g eLaboratory Assisting ming pool, 2-level Lido Deck,
Azalea Circle will meet at Merry, Mlcanopy; Miss Avis
be student members of the
School In 1934. Mimotional
8 p.m. at the home of Miss GLADIOLUSMembers Turner, Mrs. Jesse J. deVore, music societies, Sigma Alpha night club;superb
The concert will honor Miss outline impeccable Britiih
Kathryn Farra, till NW lib Mri. Lillian Lawrence and
Iota and Phi Mu Alpha Sino
of the Gladiolus Carson and recognize the establishment service. Every stateroom with
Place. Various types of azaleas Mrs. Charles Perkins, all
and music leaders
Clrcloaretomeetattbohome of the Cleva J. fonla city private facilities. CbooM your
their growing habits and of Jacksonville; Mrs. Sara D.
of Mrs. T. M. Mehaf- Carson Memorial Music cruiieiDM.
UP GraduateMr.
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blooming time will be 4Itcussed McDonald, Keystone Heights;
by Mrs. Fred Bor fey, Ocala Road, at 10:30 a.m. Scholarship F u n d at the university. Heights; Miss Lillian Maguire, HInson, who is from .13,U days,5 port, S30S ups
neaeea will be Miss with Mrs. R. M. Davis u to- A bequest from Miss Ocoee. Gainesville and was graduated Ju. 4, 0 cia,., S porn, S140 up
Kauai Farra, M r.. David hostess. Carson's estate initiated the from the University in -II,U days.S pork *300 upi
Mrs.Henderson BelL The program Is to be on fund. And Gainesville residents, 1952, has given performancesIn -S5, U-,..S portt S300 upi
AnttBJly, dried arrangements a a d t h a The concert, which will be Mrs. Sidney W. Godwin, Mrs. this country and abroad.He r*.I,17 dan,10 port $470 ups
BEGONIA speaker will be Mrs. L X. attended by friends and former Earnest Campbell, Mrs. Mary credit Miss Carson, his M.IT,15 days,8 ports, $415 upi
Babers Sandefur Mrs. William Mar. !"U dye,5 $300
-. Chevet. pupils of Miss Carson ; music teacher at P. K. Yonge pares upi
BOO- Is Circle will meet at Members are asked to bring from an paN of the state as Gartner Jr., Mrs Winston School and his t e Ie b If In Ma.90,10 days. ,4 ports$230 ups
8 eta .8 $185
Summerlln, Mrs. Virginla. Ayr. 10 ports up.
home ofMri.'J. the standing committee note well at music educators and
.1:3t-tm.: : at the church music work u the Inspiration
books be lay supporters of music education T. Alison, Mrs. Frank SIt fII for 1IlI1IO""
Wendell Williams, 140 so they can presented for much of his personal
NW 40th Terrace, assisted by to the new chairman.HIBISCUS will be followed by a Spain, Mrs. G. Harry Baum- music outlook and phil trovsl"", "'. ,
Mrs. William N. Boas Jr andMCl reception for those attendingIn er, Mrs. Ferry Ramsey, Mrs. osophy.
'Tom H. Glenn. The program Bryan Lounge of the Florida Harold N. Stringer, Mrs. WORLD. .1T.
will be presented by Union. Smith Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Fred While attending the university
Mu. John Sanders on "Gar This first fall meeting win Honored at the post concert Stringfellow, Mrs. Herschett he studied under the late
Street Mrs. Warner Weseman Claude L. Murphree, University TRAVEL
den of Brazil". be with Mrs. Fred Shewey, party win be Mr. HInson, ,
1606 NW 16th Avenue, at ':30 Mr. and Mrs. 8. Bryan Jen Mrs. Joe G. Dunlap, Mrs. organist

CAMELLIA a.m. Serving as co hostesses Ha received the Master of SERVICE
win be Mrs. William Buck. Music degree from the University .

Smellla Circle will meet haiman and Mrs. Jack Moore Ag Women's Club of Michigan: in IMS goo W. UNIV. PI 6-4(41

with Miss Rose Urquhard, NOSVC Our program will feature and the Doctor of Musical Poplin Coot Detachable
21.t Avenue with Mrs. R. "Party Ideas by Party Line". Coffee Is TuesdayThe I -

L.-raJrln, and Mrs. D. T. Each member should bringa ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF Raccoon CollarFully
miami as assisting hostessesrrha written report on her hibis University Women's Linton E. Grlnter, 101 r.. W. t THE COURTHOUSE SQUARE
program will be given cuaplantl.HYDRANGEA. Club House, West Newberry Ellis Jones and Mrs. E. T. Orion Pile Using Flop

by+lrs. George 0.Fox,whose Road, win be the scene of, York Jr. Patch Collar, Double!>> Broosred.
tall wW be titled: "p a t on the University Agricultural In the receiving line for this .7 to 14..21.98 Teens..24.91

Your Old Gray Bonnet", Women'i Club first activity party will be new membersof
Hydrangea Circle will meetat of the year. A coffee scheduled the Club this year. They
CARNATION the home of Dr.'Catherine from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Include: Mrs. F. G. Martin,
J. Puck, 810 SW list Avenueat Hostesses for the coffee will Mn. 8. F. Bennett, Miss El-
Carnation Circle will meet I p.m. Miss Mary Denarea be members of the Executive else Johnson, Miss Lora
a&:1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. will .ad. discussion on Day Board who are Mn. J. R. Xiser Mrs. Aimee M u t h e r, ,
WQiam G. GrlznU, 80) NK16th lilles. Members are also urgedto Beckenbach, president; Mrs. Miss Helen Holstein Mist (A)

Terrace. Assisting Mrs. bring DayUly plants for to C. F. Simpson, vice presIdent Ruth Milton, Miss Betty Miff.
G&zell as co-hostess for this change. Mrs. Edna: Jourg II ; Mrs. J. W. Miller, Jr., tin, Mrs. P. V. Rao Mrs. Bobby 1
meeting Is Mrs. Robert N. co-hostess with Dr. Puclc. secretary treasurer; M Is. Duck, Mrs. Dick van der

Howe. John W. SItu, membership :Ryden, Mrs. E. M. Anted,
the program will be pre- JASMINEJasmine chairman; Mrs. W. E. Smith,
Mrs. C. H. Henderscott, Mri. ..
acTed by Rlley M. BUtch, Circle will hold courtesy chairman and Mrs Margaret E. Merkley Mrs. J.
who will speak to the circle meet at the home of Mrs. A. E. L. Fouts, publicity chair- A. DeBoki, Mrs. J. W. Klnv

abet landscaping on a small L. Flags, Newberry Road. Co- and.Special trough, Mrs. Grover Smart, .
scale.Chrysanthemum. hostess: Mn. limo Dowltng. guests. for the coffee
Mrs. R. E. Stall and Miss Alma
'Mrs.. Ralph W. CeUon, speaker who will preside at the Warren.No of here'sfashion ,
will discuss Halloween and serving table, win be Mri. J. I
reservations are noes.sary.
Wayne Reltiz, 101
decorations. r I. Harry
\ Thanksgiving theme
i itall Yearbooks will be distributed I
h T. Nleland will give Phllpott Mrs. Robert B.
: on "Annuals and How to AU members should' bring Mautz Mrs. J. Hillis Miller,' and annual dues of I t

Grow Them". Members will i 1 materials for the making of an Mrs. John J. TIgert, Mrs. M may be paid. I (41. ;:r
meet at 1:30: a m. In the homeof arrangement u this will be a i

)frs. James H. Smith, 1500 workshop meeting.LOTUS .
NW Xth Way, with Mrs. Phil- MEET
ip Itlly] as COoIlosteu.I .

I members to S te MISS AMERICA
DAISY Lotus Circle in
meet at the home of Mrs. 0.

Daisy Circle members will H. Boutelle, 421 NE 4th Street, Lathe Moderately Priced

mAt at the home of Mrs. R. at 8 p.m.Mrs.Leroy Richardson
G. Hoffman M* NW IIth and Mri. Ralph Thomas BIRTHDAY Ar Only $7.99A.

Street at 930: a.m. AssistingMrs. will serve ai co hostesses I

Hoffman at the meetingwill with Mrs. Boutelle. SPECIAL PRESENTING MISS AMERICA'S LADY BUG a marvtlous -
be Mrs. John F. Andrewa Guest speaker for the program air new Idea part flat not quite
and Mrs. Ramon A. Bradley.. will be Mrs. John W. New
either A saucy wrap-around shag casual designed
"Interpretation of r lower FlowerspresldentofthaGainesville ELzemr I for young tastes, perfect for Coke date,
Show Themes and Rules" will Garden Club I $6 class or casual wear. B.. One of the delightful
association, who will
be presented by Mrs. John W. Judges o ith erections you're* sure to lovt. Sizes art up to
"Mechanics of
discuss I the
Flowers. Mrs. Flowers, a it 10 $7.99.
member of the Amaryllis Circle Flower ArranpmenL"MIMOSA IHttMATIOIHt

is chairman of District J.ft
Five Flower Show Judges, a 3 piece DEEP \
National Council Judge, and Is Mimosa Circle win meet at salad serving
serving on the standing committee 7:41: p.m. at the home of Mrs. sstGlumlnf SILVERs 4
of the Galaei I villa l George F. 'I'IIbb 1708 NW lib

Garden. Club. Avenue. Co hostaasei are
t Mrs. W H. McDowell and

I PAYLILYDitylily Mrs. Janice p Hester. Tha Ea.lon'
program win be a talk and '. because Mr. 1 ys

Circle will meet at demonstration of Dried i Arraagementi has knack for
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1:30..t: the home of Mrs. S. Yucca by Mn. I-L\-silver }
J. Adklns, 7M Boulevard. The L X. Cheves. : making punnotnngneu ,

program: "Patio Plants", by cltIngrbuutlM. / |

Dr. Howard Miller. Assisting PALM Of courser
hostesses: Mrs. Walter Williams Jfl
Palm Circle will meet at
ha cut out Justnotightocnatai
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and Mrs. B L. 8amuelsJ
the home of Mrs J. J, Kubte $1509
101 SW 43rd Terrace. Mem* j
ben are asked to bring their shot that((8 fashton-provoesttve.daring1emlnlna..thawayyouwanttobe. !/
DIANTHUSCorsage own materials for a Dried Arrangement .
W o r k shop with
Workshop: Dlanth- Mrs. W. B. MlseUe. -
ui Circle will meet at I:.
a m; at the home of Mrs. H. ROSE paired with -., n
epirtllu eiyittl lor yw* ova
B. Goodwin, 4104 NW lllh .
HOLLYWOOD
home er Slit atvbf. I eryitolWwl
Place.. Mrs. Ada Sparks will Rosa Circle win meet at I aneifuOy ....... \
assist I Mrs GoodwIn.FOUNDERS. p.m. at the home of Mrs. J. YtOtbl with ithrarpkttj stew

T. Cralghton. m NW 43rd leg fork tad..*..h ywr choke I I J
Street Co hostesses! win baMn. et these ituialaf DitpSINw I 1'MPTRESP If

:Fortieth .. W. Getm and Mn. tun**, I I
anniversary will be Harry W. Hutchlnaoa. The J I
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by the Founders BRA
Folklore of Plants will be title
Mrs Circle at the home of of a paper presented by Dr. maim FOR nn runs AWARDED ENHANCES
Charles K. Hammon, 901
halls
Boone.
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NW 23rd Road. Members are reminded l Miss Shirley Kmlm, 2140 NW 7rK MM EVERY

Following I the business to bring Items for the White Winner .f U ,c. Starter lit Red Whop' Pottery NECKUNEI
; meeting at 1:45: p.m., an annlvefsary Elephant sale.GARDENIA. I
tea Is planned from .nre wry .......
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and emeritus members The Gardenia C I r c 1 a will FOR THE
of the circle. meet at the home of Mrs. D.

Mrs. F. L. Schwartz and A. Device 2211 NW 4th Place
Mn Adolph A. Vidal wlU be for a Christmas HouseWork TEENSCOME
co-hostesses with Mrs. Ham shop, at t:M ajn. Co-hostess
wW be Mrs. R. C. James Jr. \
mon: Mrs. F. W. Hod g e In \

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Circle will meet at

GERANIUM the home of Mrs Louis Lath SEE OUR NEW TEEN DEPARTMENT. .
men, 4S44 NW 11 St all ,.II. f'OW.Oft the STREET f.GCX Cs'. viW some
Cranium Circle Is planninga "Orcla History" will be the Wear Ma wIne sat oMa ft* IaseW.. ........ .,.........., darling tty'ts not only ..t i'i:;:.!. L.f -j Is,
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Hojkms Ca hostesses are to be I GIFT and BRIDE SHOP MMteios Sn 184. o pictured $11.91.
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Bridge and dessert party
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Emory Cross 3524 NW Tenth : marriage of Mrs. Rob- ChristmasGift.
Avenue. r. ert Lee Bowman Jr. and Dr.

WEDNESDAY October 21 tI Perry A. Foote, Dean of the
College of Pharmacy at the .
I Luncheon complimenting University of F1 l lor I d a, was
Miss Mary Dressler, bride- What fine and mart ptr.
solemnized Saturday eveningat .
could
tonal 101ft you give then
elect of Dr. John McKenzie
t o'clock hi the lona mode
Chapel a (beautifully portrait by
I Jr, 12:30: p.m., Mrs. David of the First Presbyter- I Frank Andtnon.
M. Anderson, Gainesville
Church.Dr. .
an Frank Anderson portraits I
Golf and Country Club. how been '_r.d potMuloni
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q V. S. Gordon, pastor, line 1923. They live on year
THURSDAY, October 21 performed the ceremony In afttr year and bring pltauir
Bridesmaids luncheon feting Miss Gloria Jose Laird Miss Frances Gall AaderseaAnderson the presence of the Immediate again and again

Miss Mary Dressler, families. Make your appointment to.
day that will be
to you sun
bride elect of Dr. John Attending the nuptials I 1 to have It In plenty of tin* tutor .
McKenzie Jr., 12:30: p. m., vey. were Robert Lte Bowman, Chrlttmoi A wonderful
Mrs. William H. Buckhan- gilt by Golnaivlllt'i finest pho.togroprwr .
III, of the bride, and Mrs.
son
Mr. .
and Mrs. Frank
N. An- pha Delta sorority and an
and
nan her daughter, Mrs. Bowman! New Orleans; Mrs.Alfred .
Henry L. Cray Jr., Gainesville derson announce the engagement R.O.T.C. sponsor.Mr. Miller daughter of Dr. FR -532l
of their daughter, Miss who has served ,
Ivey,
Golf and Club.
Country 821 N.W. lith St.
Foote, and sons, Fort Walton;
Frances Gail Anderson
to five years with the United I
FRIDAY, October S3 William Samuel Ivey,a on of States Air Force, attended Orlando Dr. Perry A. Foote Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. E. T. York Jr. entertained faculty, staff and students of the Shower and bridge feting Mrs. Frances S. Ivey of Junior College and the of Richmond, Va., son of Dr.
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences of the Florida last Foote, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom-
( University Miss Judith Beasley, bride- Mount Dora, and Samuel Ivey University of Florida. He Is
Sunday afternoon at one of the largest receptions given thin fall season. Pictured elect of Graver Ford, 7:30 of Battle Creek. Mich. presently employed by General my Taylor of Ocala, parents "
above during the affair, which took place at the Student Service Center, p.m., Mrs. William C. Evans Miss Anderson was graduated Motors Corporation I In ot Mrs. Bowman III. -4
fare, left to right, Mrs. York, Dr. York, Pedro Romero of Nicaragua and Ben. Jr., 2601 NW Sixteenth Ave from Gainesville High Highland, Mich. A dinner was given after
I jamin Villanueva of Honduras. nue. School and Is presently attending The wedding will be solemnized theceremony by Mr. and
;. Rehearsal dinner honor- the University of Floe December 23 at St. Pat Mrs. Larry W. Mlms, who en-
Ing Miss Mary Dressler, and Ida She Is a member of Al rick's Church.LairdThomas. tertained at their home.
Shower Fetes Mary Dressler their son, Dr. John McKenzie ,
Jr., 7:39 p.m., Dr. and
Mrs. John S. McKenzie Sr. 1
j r As a pre nuptial courtesy Party guests Included the Mrs Louise Midgette, Mrs. ot Fort Myers, Primrose Inn.
for Mill Mary Dressler, honoree, her mother, Mrs. C. Ernest Burch, Mrs. Leverette Mr. and Mn. John H. Laird keeper for Johnson and Farls, FINE CUSTOM TAILORED CLOTHES
,bride elect of Dr. John S. P. Dressler, Mrs. Neller, Crews, Mrs George Rob- :SATURDAY, October 21 announce the engagement of Inc.
McKenzie Jr., a linen shower Mrs. C. W. Beasley, Mrs. ertson, Mrs. Katherine Morgan Wedding of Miss Mary Dres- their daughter, Miss 1 Gloria 'CnoJ
I was given Wednesday eve- Claude Sheppard, Mrs. Mich- Mrs Walter R. Lee, sier, daughter of Mr. and Jean Laird, to Larry Eugene Mr Thomas, a graduate of
ning.F ael Merget, Mrs. E. Patrick Miss Royetta H a r r ell, Miss Mrs C. P. Dressier, and Dr. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Santa Fe High School, Is em- .
:Mrs. Harold Bachman and Young. Mrs. A. W. Smith, Judith Beasley, and Miss 1 John McKenzie Jr., son of Dorthen T. Thomas. ployed by Curtis Newsome. OCTOlit Itby
Mrs J. R. Webb Mrs. W. L. Nancy Wehner. Dr. and Mrs. John S. McKenzie
her daughter, Mrs. Louis Miss Laird Plans
was graduated have been made for
Chazell of Ocala I were hostesses Wolfe, Mrs. Henry Gray, Mrs. The wedding of Miss Dressier Sr. of Fort Myers, 3 from Gainesville High School. a December I wedding at ,
of The First
for the party at the W. H. Buckhannon.Mrs. and Dr. McKenzie will be p.m. Chapel She I 11 employed as a book Souttulde Baptist Church.
Bachman home. Thomas Finch, Mrs. solemnized at 3 o'clock Saturday Methodist Church. Reception
t i The serving table, laid with E. UHagen, Mrs. Elbert afternoon In the chapelof 4 p.m., home of the brides :,
.f a gray linen Italian cutwork Voss, Mrs. Joseph Rivera the First Methodist Churchin Road.parents, 1920 NW Eleventh At ,. \\t REX WOODS I
I cloth, was centered by an arrangement Mrs. J. B. White, Mrs. John the presence of close e J.tNt.ta \
;;:, of bronze and yellow Poole, Mrs. James Fogel.Mrs. friends and relatives.A Shower feting Miss Judith r.f'
t, chrysanthemums and yellow John W. Wilson Mrs. H. reception at the home of Beasley. bride elect of
tapers. E. Dunlap, Mrs. J. A. Miller, the brides parents 1902 NW Grover Ford, I p.m., Mrs. .
Mrs Joseph Neller presided Mrs. Robert Crosby, Mrs. W. Eleventh Road, will follow the John Hardison, 1705 NW Sixth \
I.: at the punch bowl. A. Scott, Mrs. H. M. Harrell. ceremony. Street.ACEMAKER19. Dr and Mrs. Lamar Roberts have chosen the name Herbert
t Lee Roberts, for their son, born October 7 at the J.
Hillis Miller Medical Center. \ M
The baby Is named for his maternal grandfather, Herbert -
Veekker of Houston, who arrived Friday. Mrs. Voelcker has
been here the past month visiting the Roberts family. The :
Veekker will return home In mid-week.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Kates of Tallahassee enounce the it 1
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The baby, born October 1 In the Tallahassee Memorial GET PROFESSIONAL DVta.- I t
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I Alumni State Leaders Here For UF Homecoming Events I IIn



II II Since the 'days of the small spring reunion of the East thews of Washington were back from' the East and t pent
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Florida Seminary in 1892 and the more up-to-date bonfire c.ye several days here proceeding Homecoming. They stayIng
and!pn-Gator game pep rally of the Universityof FloridaIn %y I y at their home in Klrkwood. .
1916 Homecoming has grown to glantalze proportions. -A Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Proctor had as .their guests Mr.
Here this weekend for festivities on campus and throughout .k and Mrs. Ed Moore of TallahasseeMr. -
the city,were distinguished national and state political and Mrs. D. T. Sills had as their houseguests, Mr.
AIa figures, alumni, their wives and families, ,and visitors from and Mrs. A. C. Banks and Mrs. William Newman of Columbia
everywhere S. C., and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson and Mr-.
Following the Friday afternoon parade, featuring the 1964 and Mrs. A. P. Maddox of Jacksonville.
theme! "Gators Prepare Collegiate I World's Fair," the H Mr and Mr John M. Fedison of Sarasota were the
Blot tey'and Mortar Board dinners preceeded Gator Growl vk 4 bousgeuests of Mrs. Fedison's parents, Dr. and Mrs.,

The traditional buffet dinner given by Mrs. J., Wayne George K. Davis.Houseguesta '
Rails, wife of the University of Florida president, look place of Mr. and Mrs. Parks Carmichael were their
Friday at the President's Residence with wives of the daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parkhin.
State Board of Control, Justices of the State' Supreme. Mays Jr-of Lakeland. '
presidents ai guests. 1 4 b Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Tasslnart were the
part) Cabinet and State college 6 Nr13e zv
Avtumri floral and fruit arrangements for the affair were --T' : letter's brother Russell Mitchell Mrs. Mitchell, and their
designed by Mrs. John W. Flowers, Mn. Henry, Raatama, daughter, Connie Jean, of Jacksonville.Miss .
MnT'J me' H. Smith, Mrs. Drayton T. Kinard and Mn. Renee Smith, daughter .of Commander and Mrs.N. .
Joseph T- Hudson Jr. Presiding at the dessert table were L Smith came over from Jacksonville, where she Is a ,
MTs. Baya Harrison of St. Petersburg, wife of the chairman senior at Jacksonvile University; Miss Kit Green, freshman'
,of the Board of Control, and Mrs. J., Broward Culpepper at Stetson, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
of Tallahassee, wife .of executive secretary of Green; Miss Margaret Alison, FSU sophomore, was home
IBB Board. with her mother Mrs. Virginia Alison, and family, and
b a Mother, Friday buffet dinner was given by Mayor How- Miss Anne Conant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Con-
ariLMcKlnney and Mrs. McKinney, who entertained alum- ant, came.from. Converse College, Spartanburg,' S.'..C, for

nfmembera of the former1 fraternity, Delta ChI, and their _.__.. ------_._--- _.._.._..- --- the weekend.
1 wire at their !tome. Assisting In the hospitalities were Mrs. : i' 'i if _
ilfjTM* Ssndefor, .Mrs. Lee. [ Woods, Mrs. ,Ray' Goddard .' .t" b8it I t were boot and hostess this Homecoming weekend at
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ad Mrs. I. O.Gramllng. hosts for : r their new cokmial-etyle. home in the wooded hill'
the McKlnneys were "
B 3atarday after 1htJIDII.honoring Mrs. McKinney'a brother, Bert t..hZJ 1f I area Northwest of the city. Saturday after the Flor
air informal party ;, 6"p.. :4 "' ida-South Carolina game. The UF Gator Coach and
!teams Jr. of Daytona Beach, whole their weekend guestDelia ,fj I
Entertain hj ,<1? \, his wife received about 150 out of town guests at an
given '" IJ open house, followed. by,a dinner party for the UF
Itm 3ta open house after the football game Saturday was ; ,, ) .
by Mr and Mrs. S. T. Den to honor' their guests who ,_..I.. .;.; W' _J( _... coaching staffs. .
MiMl William Lantaff, toastmaster for the Blue Key ban- Singleton, who entertained Saturday at their borne. Out of also former city residents, came for the weekend. They
:Set, and Mrs. Lantaff. Miami; Mn. Olhre Moredock of town guests for the affair ;Included their houseguests, Dr, stayed at the Thomas Hotel and visited with .Mrs Kopp's ERITAG
Coral Cables, slater of Mr.' Deli Judge and Mrs Bea WQ. and Mrs. 0. C. Haynes Jr. of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. Wade Harrison. Dr. KoppIs
grj lie of TaUahalS e;* Mr: and Mrs.wmiIJII'' Cuba of John Voelcker of Houston, guests of their daughter, Mrs. the new head of the Department of Engineering at the
a- Mr. and M.... William Dial and Mr and Mrs. Lamar Roberts, and Dr. Roberta,' and Mr. and Mrs- Ernest University of South Florida.
def ,Cash,an' of Orlando;, and Mr. and Mn. John Stembler ofAtlanta. Jordan of Jackson, Miss., who are the guests of. Dr. From Miami came CoL and Mrs. Richard Banks and
c| and Mrs. William F. Ennenking their daughter, Jane who stayed at the Thomas Hotel
'-Friday evening, while the men attended the Blue Key Alumni Inspect Reese < Colonel Banks, now head of the ROTC at Miami Univer-
HJnquet, Mrs. DeB gave a buffet dinner at her home for The new Sigma Chi House, I Fraternity Row, received slty after duty around the world. Is a graduate of Flor- .
wN per guests and a few additional out of town vbttors. inspection: from alumni even though It Is not completely ida. They visited with the Colonel's mother, Mrs. Blanche :.', V/
today Mr. and Drs. Dell will go to St. Augustine to attend finished and dedication la to be a future event Open House Banks Delta' Delta Delta housemother, and their daughter
wlfd formal banquet honoring His Excellency Cemr' Doe Manuel was held after the game yesterday and Friday night, a Ann, a Trl Delt senior this year.
d ,vega Tribarne. Minister of InformattoB for the Spanish coffee took place.Housemother General, James Van Fleet and Mrs. Van Fleet came up
Government. This, dinner, being given. to connection with Mrs L N. Apple ("Mom" to the boys) has from their ranch in Polk County for the game as did Rev.
r:: the Quadrkentennlal Celebration oflt Angasthw,' win tab moved 'Into her suite and members, who win occupy the W. H. Graves of Leesburg, father of UF Gator Coach Ray
taU' ',place at the Ponce de Leon MoteL Mr. Deli It a.. member last five bedrooms to be completed, expect to move In next Graves
of St. Augustine Restoration CotnntttM. ; week. Several Sigma Oils have been staying in the homesof Congressman V. R. "Billy" Matthews and Mrs. MatI I
YOJ 'A post-game dinner party was given latardi? by LL Brothers, at the J. Wayne Helixes, M. H. Hartmans Jr., / decorator service \
Ci Col. and Mn. Stephen fritz, who were hosts at tbttr home the Donald Ollngers and the William Bostains and several
to members of ,the Air Force R.O.T.C. .faculty,ad their more were housed In. the Stadium guest rooms by the UF Questionnaire Sent
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j A,pre-game luncheon i! was given by Dr"('. and. 'Mrs.. George Department Many Eatertan Guests To Junior High ParentsThe I lJayl t A f

W Among the many residents entertaining guests over the
] :"By.'Josephine Lowman weekend were Senator William A. Shards and Mrs. Shards, ualnesville Junior the Youth Conservation De- ) II \
16G whose long-time friends Senator and Mrs Wilson Cam- Women's. Club partment said that the purpose *
way,came from Tallahassee to be with them. "Junior Key", a pamphlet of the questionnaire Is to
SIt : / Grow Visiting at the home of Senator J. Emory "Red" Cross containing suggestions of accepted obtain a general Idea of parental
Why and Mrs. Cross were former Senator Edwin Fraser now and expected behaviorfor opinion regarding activities
Secretary of the Senate, and Mrs. Fraser of Tallahassee; Junior high school stu- of .their children.
<< Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Bishop" of Orlando, and Mr. and dents has been distributed by Parents win be invited to BLOCKER 1 and TURNIPSEED 1

setIca' Old/ ? Mrs.The, J-Edwin Edgar W.Cowart Pecks of were Jacksonville.hosts to Mrs Peck's parents the Gainesville, Club to seventh JuslorWOIDIb' school attend areas meetings to within discuss their the; I FURNITURE CO. OCAUes

Mr. and Mrs. J. Dewey Williams of Swalnsboro, Ga., and Graders at Howard Bishop questionnaire.
; Mr. Peck's parents, Mr. and Mrs P. W. Peck of Valdosta Westwood,' and lIucbb Jl. I
Ga., and also his uncle' and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Boone With the :approval of the
: .Give Yourself A Treat Aiken of Florence S. C.
Mr. Alken was guest speaker for Alachus County School Board,
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the Club last .
Rotary
Tuesday.Dr a questionnaire, !"Parents
Lose 5 Pounds This Week George Baughraan. president of New College in Who Care," was sent to the
Sarasota, and Mrs. Baughman former Gainesville
residents -
Tare October that parents of the seventh graders
lovely month One-half cup oatmeal -
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goethe, who also
0(1 which the entertained as a of the
to follow-up
waves goodbye Four ounces skim milk end
Mr. and Mri. Alvin Hamilton of Jacksonville and
beautiful roses of aummerl two teaspoons sugar on oatmeal Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark of Clearwater.' The "Junior Key."
5stA It dais this gently/ but with man's Baugb- Mrs. Earl E. Russell of
daughter, Gaye, spent the weekend with her grandmother -
confidence dressed la the One slice of protein bread Mrs .
Henry Zoemer
Dd flaming colors of fall and with( toast Dr, John Allen president of the University South Florida Florida CampersPlan ./
Dm. j frosty twinkle In Its eye! Black coffee
and Mrs. Allen, former residents, .
jt October Is a'prankishmonth / J. Hills Miller. .were guatl of MriBechmeas Campout 1
too, with Its change of LUNCHEONSalad
scenery, its sudden gusts of made of four tablespoons Visit Pounds October '2325North
wind, and Halloween. It there- of cottage cheese, one Charles Bachman, former Gator football coach and Mn
Mn fore seems appropriate to medium tomato cut In Bachman of Pompano Beach, and Mrs. Belle Gregory of Central Florida
wi' bring you my Trick and chunks and one hard cooked Clearwater a former city resident were houseguesta of Campers a Chapter of the
and Treat Diet at this time. egg, also cut Into pieces Mr. and Mrs. C. Addison Pound Sr. The Pounds recently Florida Family Campers organization -
tl Many of our customs for You can add three tablespoons returned from New York City, where they visited their have slated l a
Slit the night of Halloween are of reducing dressing granddaughter Miss Betty Pound, who Is working for the carryout at Camp Crystal
be ) pagan survivals of Celtic Two saltinesEight Florida Development Commission at the World's Fair. Lake for Friday. Saturdayand .
FUn practices heralding the beginning ounces skim milk The Clifford C. Bcaileys have had as their guests for Sunday.
me of winter. For Instance, DINNERShrimp two weeks their son Clifford Jr., Mrs. Bea.ley, and their A potluck supper Is plannedfor
cle, apple bobbing dates back to baby daughter, Sarah Ann, of Kansas City. The Beasleys'' Saturday night.
FI" ,the middle ages. Although I cocktail )Slx medium- IOn, Ben who IB a student at florida Southern also Further Information can be
Nat have not found proof of it hi sized shrimp one tablespoonful -- here for Homecoming.On Tse obtained by contacting Man- (entrol Florida Tile g Marble (0.
of chili
sort :the history books I am will- sauce and lemon Wednesday the Beasley family held a special pert rice B. Patrick. AH members
mitt ing to bet that reducing dates juice) to celebrate the first birthday of Sarah Ann. and Interested persons are Invited 1540 Waldo Road 37664f

Gn beck that far too.Important Husbands. off Four fat ounces) baked bam (cut Dr. and Mrs. Ed Kopp and their son,_Eddie, of Tampa to attend. ( ,
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with lemon. and paprika or
a 3flsband's: wealth and Importance thyme. .
D were rated by how Traditional patterns of sterling
custard
':30 many pounds his wife weighed .Orange sliver flatware are still I I'
J. A The more pounds, the If you would like to lave &
the complete dirt fat the most popular. Many of
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Dr.| to that, many of us little booklet, send II today's top sellers have actually I t I tOW PRICES :
host have had a husband who was cents end a stamped, selfaddreseed been In production
Him "ChaIrman of The Board" ........ wttfc yen? atoce the '...." lews. Others

Dels off and on, too often on.'Anyway request for It to JeetnkawLewmasi are direct decendents of sterling1 r
la care .. tie designed for royal famlUM 4

DI1Co. ,spa tune to it does bring seem you to my be CebaeviOega.' CII.1anpI. ry Drapery Prints

.Trick and Treat Diet which .
'trjcki the pounds and gives
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am. :oa a reducing diet I win pub-
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assli *. Losing weight need not be.grim. aV*

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Fo : arts, and cook your food in 4 Cycle Automatic Washer f
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NW: IIlet" which gives you a loss j
'F s >of about five pounds In seven Fitt., Tab OsMONEY DOWN Many Month fa Pay/
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beeadeat MENUS BREAKFAST FOR MONDAY Selectee 1 decorator fabric that takes the

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j City. Families Visit 'Fair Pilot Club Founders' }
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( I /Hither// / And Yon Founders' Day will be observed social event, members will I

Among. the many Gainesville families attending; by the Pilot Club Fri entertain special guests during
I the World'a Fair in New York, which will close tomorrow day during the noon lunch* the luncheon.Gourmet.

By RUTH WETMER and re-open in April for its second year, eon meeting at the PrimroseInn. .. a

I I Back In !Die everyday routine of bomelife is Mn. Wilson were the two pictured today. Both families were DishesWith
0. Boozer, who has returned from a two month tour of visiting; the Festival of Gas Pavilion In the Fair's Directing program arrange i
of the Orient ... Industrial Area when the pictures were made. Mr. ments for the celebration will several cans of t
cranberry
Eva and her brother In law, Henry W. Boozer, and and Mrs. Donald Allied with their children are be Mrs. Martina Virgin sauce, Jellied and whole \. .
1, Mrs. Boozer of Jacksonville had the thrill of seeing the shown at the left. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Delony and t chairman of membership and berry on your canned goods t
their youngest son, John, six old, are pictured Pilot information
largest city in the world, Tokyo and being zipped about M' years Committees. shelf you'll never want for

I its streets in the fastest taxi rides they ever took. below. _Because Founders' Day Is a Interesting party dishes.
( In Tokyo they attended the Kabukiza Theater, saw the
Japanese equivalent of the New York Rockettes: and enjoyed M
,& the floor show in the Mikado Night Club. This was the first .' 1

trip Eva ever made when she did not see someone she knew. ra4 .
r The trio sailed the President lines and +
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aboard the SS Roosevelt going over the SS Wilson coming: :. Santa
i home with stopovers In Honolulu. db alb. "' j Will Seen leOn

,y Since coming home, Eva bas been watching the mail for .. .. ., A His
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souvenirs and gifts she purchased In the world famous storesof "
I Hong Kong Honolulu and Manila and helping her daughter 'f
I Mrs. J. Ed Price, get settled In a new home. I his shopping Mrly this yearend
I e j avoid rushed decisions, jot
Autumn In New England Is the vacation Mrs. Deltoa Send- .' better selections Choose now The

der is having as she visits her sister. Mrs. Themis Lnmpkla t \.. Ii Family Furniture.REMOVABLE.

and Mrs. William Doyle of Wtasted Conn. Inez will be homein ; i COVERS!

early November.. .. I
e 5 5 you'll lows Itili a ll.fooln n.bb.r n.
When Professor Lea Powers goes to Denver this week to \ .. cllnlng' choir styled In a strikingly alnglemodern
t address the annual meeting of the Association of American < mott unlimited motif, end rang available of fabric In'tight an at-

Medical Colleges his wife Carmen will go along. Len who .. .. wood fmlihci from light blond. to
I, teaches in the UF College of Law, will speak to medical dork mahoganies end block. Pay by
I. ; week month I We handle
teachers on Inter-professional education. He has worked for or our own
f '" financing! This 'Is truly' a quality piece
several years on law medicine problems and teaches a "
Jt ;; of furniture at a low Walk. price
I course -"Law and Medicine." Carmen hopes to get in a '! Cheote now and we'II gladly hold It

round* ,or so of golf- while e Len. Is busy. with conferences.: \ :-., \ : until Christmas.
I
; .Robert Seville of Beroth and ;;' "
Clayton son Dorothy Claytoa a "'
of Pensacola: former residents and grandson of Mn. H. L. ;:.:Z t. ;' 7'

Seville of, Gainesville, was here for Homecoming this week.
ends; Bobby, who plays with the Pensacola: High School Band
was-featured during the performances at Gator Growl He i
attended Stephen Foster when the Bevllles lived here. The

Pensacola Band one of the outstanding Florida High School New Girl Scout Leaders
organisations, has won many honors this year and has the AAUW Luncheon cASs
distinction of having their Dram Major Judy Watson win the CourseA
title ef "Mist Majorette of America." Begin Training
w e r..t.ht la TIlt
I Mrs Everette M. Yea returned Wednesday from Boston Slated Job Training course for are Mrs. John Ebel former eels..NIM AIM AsWALKIR

where she attended a reunion of her prep class at Winsor SaturdayGainesville Girl Scout leaders begins l Council executive director I RURNITURI"Furniture
School She drove East with "".. Themes 0. Otto of Miami Monday at the GI I rISe I o u t and Mrs Richard Pettlcrew That' a Joy
Beach..While away Catherine was the houseguest of a Wlns House 810 NW Eighth Street To live With"
former local Girl Scout
or Classmate: Mn. George Freak Cram of Marblehead Mass. American Association guest speaker, will present a This Is the first of five sessions neigh 11 NW Ittr Awe FR J-4402
e e e of University Women program entitled "New DeftI I listed on Mondays and borhood chairman.

A visit from their son, Lt (j.g.) Albert Love, who Is on will have a luncheon nition of Poverty." Wednesdays from t a.m. un- ------ -.-

U. S. Navy duty with the Aircraft Carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt meeting Saturday noon at the Dr. Antenen is assistant I til noon October 19, 21, W, 21
took Dr. and Mrs. Albert Love Jr by surprise this Park Lane Cafeteria.Dr. professor at the University of and November 2. Look at Hit Value in this
Wayne W. Anten.n. Florida Department of Personnel
weak. Lieutenant Love flew home from New Jersey where A record attendance Is expected
his hi dock for few after In the Mediter Services, C o 11 l Ie g e of
ship was a days duty for the course, Mrs. DANISH INSPIRED
With him for the short visit here his wife Jan Education. He received his 1
ranean. wu RepublicanClub George M. Jones Girl Scout
who is teaching in Orlando while he is on sea duty.' PH D In educational psychology I Council Field Advisor laid
e Luncheon from the University 0 f 3-Pc. CASUAL SET
Trainees will Include new
Illinois and has served .grnmT
Lee SnmmerUn son of Dr. and Mrs. Glenn 0. Summerlln, a s leaders of established troopsin I
Alachua County RepublicanWomen's
chairman for the
has been pledged to Phi Delta Theta fraternity at Emory programs to '
Gainesville and leaders of '
Club will meet at train leaders to working I In I
University. Lee Is a freshman student at the Atlanta school In ,
this fall Park Lane Cafeteria at noon Youth Opportunity Centers. newly-organized troops r
quarter- .
S .? Tuesday to consider: the revised New members of AAUW to Alachua, Branson, Hawthorne,
constitution. be Newberry and Williston. I
: welcomed
: are:
Dr. and John
Mrs. McFerrln are home from Washington
A special Invitation Is extended Mrs. L. L. Brown Mrs The course will cover: the
D. C., where the former attended a meeting of the Inter-
to all newcomers in Doris S. Farnbach, Mrs. C. Job of the Leader at all four
University Committee for Economic
Research on the South.
'. Gainesville and Alachua Coun H. Gentry Jr., Miss Nancy Girl Scout age levels:
While the McFerrlns
were stopping at the DuPont Plaza hotel
ty. Anyone requiring transpor Hess, Mrs. L A. Pag mini, Brownie Junior Cadelte and
their
son, Philip, a student at the Law School of the
tation should call Mrs. Gordon Mrs. George Stearns Mrs Senior.
University of Virginia paid them a brief visit-
S 5 N. Owen. Walter E. Vaughn.Woman's Instructors f o r t h e courseSession w c

Three City CM Scout Executives attended a regional con- 12? 14s.

fereon: .Is) Asbevffie N. C., recently and returned full of
new plant for the Gateway Council. Those driving up were Club ArtCramer t ;
Mrs Donald Morrison, '
Gateway president; Mrs. Thomas B. .
EHe: Council Training Coordinator, and Mrs. George C. r"
w Swords will be of Florida he has servedon and third of each
i Jones Council Field Adviser The trio bad an opportunity to ty Mondays
f confer with leaders from North and South Carolina Florida, guest Instructor for the Award Juries for the :month.

t Georgta and the Panama Canal Zone during the session- Gainesville Woman's Club Division Clearwater Museum of Art All media will be used and .
). 'Before returning they visited the Vanderbilt Mansion in of Art meeting Mondayat and Florida Federation of Art 1 beginners should bring pastels .
Asbeville viewed the hand weaving at the Grove Park Inn ':30 a.m. In the Clubhouse, Shows. I pastel art paper and a .:
'\ and checked the Boy Scout Equipment Center, located in West University Avenue. He Is the recipient of the I drawing board.
Asbevllle. Mr. Swords teaches art Tiffany Fellowship K res a I
Mrs. Nathan L Smith I Is
classes at Ocala Junior College Medal Award for "Best Figure .
'.. chairman of the Division of ,
I I k
mail conducts the "Fun Painting and Composition Nt
Art
teen-age Painter." C1 11 s s for the ," and the Florida Federation '

Gainesville Fine Arts Association of Art A w If d f o r I II Ib Il
J Iy DOROTHY RICUR and gives private lessonsat "Best Landscape."
his downdown studio. Classes at the W 0 m a re's t OILY
DEAR MRS. RICKER: should I forget the standards A graduate of the Universl-) Club will be held on the first I
1 am an older teen and have I want In a young man and
been going steady with Bob accept him the way he is? "
GFWC-Shell To Give
an adorable boy for over a DAWN I p19') 42-lncK SOFA with' "

year. My parents are fond of DEAR DAWN: Club 'Education Awardsoutstanding 2 MATCHING CHAIRS
him. be Is a perfect gentleman I have never been able to

and Is very nice looking. understand the ability to feel The General Federation of work In aid to i ..,.. III Ilan pl y..nn fit .a.l w.I ..:':, j
When we first met he dressed romantic about one of the opposite Women's Clubs (GFWC) and education this year. w* l eepperteao steel.
and acted different from other sex whose manners are Shell Oil Company again will The CFWC Shell program .leas elk shaped IwehwFeleleed hereVeed ems,
boys I bad dated and I wu atrocious, whose character is sponsor a program for stimulating consists of two $500 awardsfor ,.. FLAMINGO Huef sprint eenslwstle. vMflea eddtef andsevsMa '.
embarrassed to be seen with weak whose way of dressing better education. clubs in, each state 1 uifflh. vlirul. .leefhef-lto alaatM.AuirnctsoNiYi9.ff. "

him, he is a perfect gentleman Is offbeat and whose home Awards totaling $50,000 will One goes to the club with l TAN : :
and is very nice looking We la patterned after a pig be given to women's clubs for the best education program In I TURQUOISE
because I liked him. I took sty. I would feel sorry for a community of 10,000 or C MURPHY COUniv.
1 him shopping and showed him someone like Bob but, to me, more. The second goes to a I WHITE C
what other boys were wear he would not be "adorable." Green Lips club with me best program In 1 i isy

Ing. The first! time we went To want to help such people a rural area or community of + I .J
out to eat it wu awful! I had to Improve hi a noble and Latest Craze less than! 10.000.. . Ave. fens Sr.
worthwhile effort but I think Any GFWC club Is eligible. CIt MIa BWUIU
M to order be dropped his food ATLANTA AP) Men:
didn't tip the waitress and you should look at it from a when your wife or date pulls .
r gulped down his drink as If !it practical point of view. If you out a green lipstick for a irl. :

were going out of style. can help him to be a better touchup, don't be shocked It's ,
his person, that's fine, but I suggest lure in
"t; Finally. I met family the latest makeup. 7t
Yx and found out why be acted yon keep your romantic And it won't make her lips l.IJr" .E t. rNllr
Interest In check. He might ;
this way. It Is a large famTy, green. A touch of tender pTL
; t their home Is a sloppy disorganized eventually make the grade green will simply mist 1 over
and meet standards rat Snort SflrffSStw'nSave
and their lives your +
'0 t mesa bow of life her old lipstick. frtrf r.
many years your
follow the same pattern. Theyare not
Pistachio Up glace may
''e do you want to devote to this
> very different from my be a boon to romance, but it's
he ,
'" mother effort? In the long run h
family and when my
a boon to tired lipsticks.
might miss the mark come to
met mem she said she never
resent efforts to make Most women have downs ofbib
,, wanted. to sea them again. your
him over and be a candidate and p I lee es of lipstick ; i.
while 1 explained poor ,. & wits "z. Gifts,
After a for a husband for you. now outdated, which I they ....
to Bob the things be a
outright One sure thing-yon cannot hate to throw away.A .

s, | did whIch bothered .... He change his family and if you frosting of green over "" nw,. I" .. ....." ....

I I1 said be would realised try harder bow lucky and were to marry Bob, they them tones down the harsh .', It JNsjfee Yew OWN Ose.ed DsjeVffssJfsjasiJflssjsj
suAtonly would always be a factor in tones and makes them over ,..'
| I wu to have someone who fashionable soft.or Oflbcjcti/s Cs4nple4sjSSSSjlSMl
your lives. My advice: ? Better into the now
9 l I loved and respected me. How, think this ever seriously. tones. .......
's, j after a year Fve got him ; rk
!. wearing the right l clothes .
I.taught him manners helped : r 0- 1 .fr
hum with school work his r .J.w.lew'teto
-
:, grades were poor), taken him ; ., ban end ... 1

I to my church (he dId 1 go to w. do ,, 'O y. 4 O 1510. wivse eV .....", Inbinro

(church) and Introduced ban .xpert .... T5 ,4. ...
Ito the people. Ho has A f
right
t M.telly Mods 101 t/.
Picture t-
Framing t
I Improved' but be Is still swore
(of himself./ He Is nice to 'lit' AHI..... 2$. ... soi.le

8 [everyone hot people JaIl alb Apr Simaselfr.if s..t IS, ...
1i orally take advantage of him S' owan I"I1.
land be .bat even aware of it! Mets NeGM...
/ to wonder VJm ril N
Fm beginning
fighting a bring battle. lIHtII's H If CIIerUJ : c L 109 w. unl Ar..
| don't went to break op with ..se .

because we km each w. U... wv A... 'N .UN
very much. la your
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' : 1 .. MONDAY October 19 Mrs. R. C. Hoffman, 309 NW '

'I Great Books Discussion I Calendar Of EventsGainesville 30th Street; Daylily, Mrs. S. eClubo 1 >
,
: ;' Church CirclesMONDAY Group, S pm., Gainesville J..Adkins 708 Boulevard;

Public Library.Galaeavills' Dianthus, Mrs. H. B. Good .
Woman's Club, ville Public Library. \
MONDAY October II Rachel Circle, 7:30: p. >m., T 0 a .lmaslen Halloween Luncheon, 12:30: win, 4104 NW 19th Place; Hibiscus I
'I : SfPatrlck's Woman's dab Mrs. Clifford Lofgren, 1321 I Club, 1:30: p.m., Dinner Meet- p.m., Clubhouse Dean Mama University of Florida AgrI- Mrs. Fred Shewey, 87 JOHN E. CRAPS and Mr. and Mrs. J o h n C rSoderatrum
', St. Jude's Circle, 1 p. m., NW 31st Drive. Ing, Park Lane Cafeteria. Brady, guest speaker. cultural Women's Club I Coffee 1608 NW 14th Avenue; Palm Mrs. Jay A. Jones Jr. and were fourth with t
Mrs- Alan, Nordon, Chantilly Esther and Dorcas Circles, City Panheli.nic, 8 p. m., Gainesville Woman's Club I 10 to 11:30: a.m., Execu- Mrs. J. J. Kuble 801 SW 43rd the writer led the North-Sol:.h 104%.
I Acres. '8 p.m.,, Mrs. James Heifer Chamber of Commerce Build 130: a.m., Clubhouse creative 'tive Board as hostesses University Terrace; field in Gainesville T. Doyle and A.. thigpen
TUESDAY October 20 nan, 2139 NE 11th Terrace In,. writing workshop. Women's Clubhouse 10 a.m.. Gladiolus, Mrs. T.: Bridge Club'i Wednesday evening outlasted the other East-West
ri First Lutaerasi Church fit. Patrick's W.m..'. Club Women of the Moose, 8 THURSDAY October 22 West Newberry Road. M. Mehaffey Ocala Road; mailer point game with pairs with a score of W
Ladle. Guild St. Ann's Circle, 1:30: p.m., p.m., Moose Lodge. Colfai Ribekah Lodge No. Gainesville Garden Club 1:30: p.m., Camellia, Ml Ins 112 match points. There were match points. Second wentto
Mrs. Paul Bergman, Mrs. Women's Auxiliary to Alach- J, S Odd Fellows Tem Circles Rose Vrquhard, 900 SW 21st nine and one half tables In C. Wermuth and R. Predny
Bridal Party William J, Cody," 709 SW 28th ua County Medical Society 7 ple. p.m. 1:30 a.m., Begonia Mrs. F. Avenue; play and the average score, with II%, third to Mr. and
Street. to 8:30 p.m., Babysitters Safe' League of Women Voters, Wendell Williams, MO NW I p.m.. Azalea, Miss Kath- was M for all\ North South Mrs. J. H. Trimmer with Vir
j ...Compliments WEDNESDAY, October 21 ty Course, J. HUlia Miller Noon, Holiday Inn. 40th Terrace; Chrysanthemum ryn Farra 2218 NW Fifth pain Btt East-West 89U, and fourth to Robert Mrs. W.
** St. Patrick's Womaa's ClubSt. Health Center Auditorium. Gainesville Library Advisory Mrs. James H. Smith Place; Lotus, Mrs. G. H. Bout Mrs. W. H., Edwards Jr. gtnla Windsor and
Miss Beasley. Joan's Circle, I ,.m., Gainesville Woman's Club Board I p.m., Gaines 1500 NW Mth Way; Daisy telle, 421 'NE Fourth Street; and J. H. Vidal were second Jones with M'i.
Complimenting Miss Judith Mrs. Wesley Lambert 3423 9:30: a.m., Clubhouse, art lesson Rose, Mrs. J. T.: Creighton with 105tt, Mrs. H. L. Cray The club win meet again on
,BeMley, bride elect of NW 7th Place.THURSDAY ,Cramer Swords Instruc 900 NW 43rd Street; and Mrs. E. R. Woodward Wednesday at,7:30 p.m. at I
Grove.Ford of Jacksonville October. It Pachner ExhibitionOn 7:45 p.m., Mimosa Mr a. third with 104. and Mrs. F. J. the University Faculty Club
was given a brunch and shower ,United I Church Women tor.Girt Scout Leader Training George F. Tubb. 1703 NW 8th Hotter and Mrs. J. E. West Newberry Road. Thiswill !
Saturday morning at the ,' Area 7. I a.m., Holy Avenue;' Moore fourth with 103*. be master point night for
Course S Girl Scout
a.m.
home of Mrs. Paul Frierson. Trinity Methodist Church. 8 Carnation, Mrs. Wit October. AU Interested bridge
Houses 818 NW Its Street. Display At UF p.m. Van A. May and Rufus Invited to attend
: The guest list Included the SATURDAY October 24 Gainesville Bridge dub, liam G. Grizzell, 2209 NE 16th Heath were the East West players are
honoree, her mother Mrs. C. Trinity' Methodist Church, 7:30 p.m., ThOntai.Hotel Terrace; Geranium, Mrs. W. winners with 106 match and compete. :
W. Beasley; Mrs. Harvey Woman a Society of Chris Gainesville Garden Club Fine Arts Committee of the orientation. He gave up a successful J. Hosklns, 3998 SW 3rd Avenue points, Mrs. R. M. Walbeck Terminology
Crawford, Mrs. P. C. Crapps tian Service Fall Hat and Board of Directors, 1:88: a.m., Florida Union la presenting an commercial career to ; Hydrangea Dr. Catherine and JoIn.' Helen Unaer tied
Bake Sale, 8 a.m. to 2 pm. J. Puclc,. $10 SW 21st When speaking! of sterling
HI, Mrs. Jimmy Hudson Community Room of the exhibition of the work of WU- become an artist with Mrs. Daniel Scarrltt and
J< Jones Mrs. Mark Frier- Loan Building. who presently resides In "I shall use .whatever. gifts I Flags, Newberry Road. ond place with 98, while Mrs. to knives! forks, spoons.
son, Mrs. John Frierson Mrs. Clearwater. have to bear witness to FRIDAY October 23 Cecil Herring and David Shelley Holloware is !the word used to
M:J. Mange, Mrs. Mike Adams. Baby Blankets TUESDAY, October 20 The snow, circulated by the experience." my Pilot Club Founders' Day took fourth with H. describe tea and coffee poll,,
Baby blankets" and buntings Delta Zeta Sorority, Found Education Department of the Program Noon, Primrose I The club will bold Its next trays, plates, bowls and similar
::Also Miss Pat Sneerlnger,' keep getting more luxurious ers' Day Observance I p.m., Singling Museum of Art in His first paintings were Inn.United game at 7:30: tomorrow eventng -' Items.
Miss Betty Jean Toney, Miss and easier to care for. To Hum Halt Sarasota will be displayed comments on the humanity of Nations Day Observance at the Thomas Hotel. err
Dodle Warren, Miss Deanna wash the new ones made with Alachua Country RepublicanWomen's through October, 30 in the Bryan the oppressed dark full of First Methodist Church, Visitors are welcome. lie monvrrmMitnMOEN
Saltiman Miss Iris Bras- Creslan acrylic fiber set Club Noon Park Lounge of the Florida bitterness and d I II p a I Ir. He I p.m., William Jeffries,
Ington Miss Carolyn Harms, washer and dryer at low Lane Cafeteria.Business Union. found himself by reading the speaker. By RALPH H. BLODGETT
Miss Shirley Hardlson Miss and use a mild detergent. and Professional Mr..Pachner, born In lit I Bible, the studying works of Gainesville Bridge C1 I u b, I Thirty four bridge players
Jackie Hardlson and Mill Blankets win come out soft Women, 7p.m., Primrose I In CMohoalovakla, arrived to Martin Buber. Flemish 15th a.m., Holiday Inn. came in out of the rain and
IIC Inn Century masters, Rembrandt, competed. the fractional l NEW SHOWER HEAD ,
unfaded.
Karen Parker. and the United States as art director Gainesville Woman's Club I ,
WEDNESDAY October 11 of "Esquire" two days Ruben., Goya 19th Centuryart Bridge Party 1:30: p.m., Clubhouse master point game of the For lathing, luxury
II Junior Welfare League, after Hitler Invaded his coun and work of Cezanne, Bon- West Newberry Road. University City Bridge Club it
II Board Meeting, 10 a.m., Mrs. nerd Chacsfl, Rouault and SATURDAY October 24 the University Faculty Clubon
George A. Dell 2228 NW 3rd try.In 1945, he confirmed previous Picasso. Gainesville Fine Arts Sidewalk Wednesday evening. T h eaverage'

Place. reports that 80 relatives, After several one > man Show, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., SCOTS was 14% for
doC Gainesville Bridge Club, all he had ever known had shows and exhibitions at national Gainesville Shopping Center. North South and M for East-

I 'I 'I 7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn. been exterminated In N a 11 shows, he was Invitedto American I Association West.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Frazier
Girl emit: leader Training concentration e Imp.. The .teach at Clearwater. wherehe of University Women, M 1s. '
Course, 9 a.m., Girl I Scout tragedy resulted in his total and his family have spent Luncheon Noon Pa r k Lane took top honors In the North- BUTTON
w House, 810 NW Its Street South direction with a score
personal and professional re- their winters., Cafeteria.icago TOCUAM
of 113 match
S points. Harry C.
L Boardman and the writerwere H. J. IOX
R second with 107, JamesR. nilMtlNQ COMPANY

II Play 'Ch/ at Your Next Party Yeates. Anderson were snd third Maurice wit 105 410 N.W.OM> e-llil UMR

: I,
blY Sinn the days of Its standardizing once with and opposed twiceto
IIQ by the elite. Portland every other player."

aod Turf clubs!! of London In order to arrange this 1 lJ MI 90th
"
In 1886, Bridge has boon I '''
complete mixture have your "
greartous game as much an '
eight players alt down (the ANNIVERSARYSALE ,
interplay of people as of 82
little pieces of cardboard.One book contains a system for W

alQ of the tppeala of Chi 12 players too) and give each

all cago the four deal bridge player a number according to
I game that Is rubbing out old- his Ie.LAt ';
fashioned rubber b,1 I d g e, Is "Infanseat"BABY
one table: North, 8
Jet that It Is a falter moro thorough ;
l 1 mixer even than regular cG' East, S; South 1; West 8. At a e CARRIER FRAME. I
PLASTIC
the other table: North 3; I
N rubber bridge used to be.
WHITE ONLY.
East 3 South 4 West 7.
,. With only IS to 20 minutes ; 4
1e At the end of each REG. 6.99
round
'.. .. mounted In 14K white to a round of Chicago each rv'Have
ss and yellow gold. This is a real person In a group can gut I have each player move to the SALE 3.99
seat of the wit I
Once-in-rlifetime value .. chance, hot only to play, but person the
number lower than his
,
except
to play with everyone else If
MO MONIY'DOWN 1 who
says put (nuns
,s.oo Monthly m*eeat..Mmod......*"... bo. wants to.Jacoby. I. FM ber 1 follows number 7).
In seven rounds' everyone PASTEL COLORED A''
Negatively thinking, it reduces ,
ALE'S a will have played with everyone
: the drudgery of having '
yqd else.
a plodding partner "hung POPLIN *
IIIN around your neck like an And because Chicago I'
./.wey; for Christine 12 I.. u. .. Av., albatross" as Oswald Jacoby rounds all take about the CAR COATS
!the sat 1 0 n'a number one same length of time to play
one table doesn't have to wait I
C restlessly while the other fin- WITH ATTACHED

ishes.EDMUND .
HOOD. M-L- & XL

you ever played one ef these interminable robbers? 1
REG. 3.99
The rising popularity ef Chicago else knewa as four-deal
II'I rtlMWE bridge Is a fast action game with few bands ceastlntlag a ANNIVERSARY

)II'I I mad. .

I bridge player and an ardent around, or partners can be I SALE 2.99
Chicago enthusiast baa put It switched and any albatross avft
VE Ev R UFFEREDI la spelling out Chicago's: ad anguishes allayed. I

lit vantages.Members. Ideal For Party THt PAVORITg SPOT I
IN TOWN TO
of the
Regency "If a bridge party Is the
Club, the country's biggestand I INFANT'S,
IRel object says the new book on
swankest bridge club, 706 W. UNlVtia. AVI.
Chicago call ed "C IaI cago
1r switched completely to Chicago Bridge" (Helnes Publishing CORDUROY

N REFRIGERATORFREEZERSAutomatic foaowmg the Issuance of Co., Inc., 8100) "Chicago Is .
official rube the American
N by Ideal. It takes two and a half CRAWLERS
Contract Bridge league last hours for eight people to play ,
yes,. They simply" don't play
defrostingSuoritorage so that each person is teamed
IIb rubber bridge there anymore. ASSORTED COLORS.
And their motivation Is unanimous -

rsa. refrigerator section exciting.: Chicago: to much more DWYERI SNAPCROTCHCONSTRUCTION. ,J

,o door "Try It once and you won't EUctrologUt .
a.tN. e Bushel-else crispers be playing any more rubbers UNWANTID M-L 0 XL-
e Exclusive IIILLlON.IIAG...,*doors ," Mr. Jacoby says. REG. 1.99
D After four deals the Chi n\ it on.
he BIG 12.3 CU. fT. Slit cago round Is over no needto ANNIVERSARYSALE
wait for one side to win e.tdi." .,.
two games, which COB take Ndindr App..ar M,,A.1.w ,1.00
lUC hours. A' I
$21995M Pusan :;:1t
: Then anew player can 107 Will U......, As.w Floor
be brought into the game If Ifet'sShp.f1eNg
there's an odd number
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Our TownBy Sec of State Robert McNa 10 I

! today ra "What!" is our foreign policy I I Puzzle Corner 1

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JEAN CARVERThe I prove a point about seeing I << Last Week' I

yourself as others see you .iN4ivn.ia SUN Miiswoeo CONTIIT Mulls

Tickled Pink Award for son Crown (as Bryant's crown Even when the reflection I Is I. ?.M e'". lor if* tars twuiwn n nw MlfiwOKD PutZlS ti MfH.H .
Haydon Burns and the Hoss prince) or a Kiss of DeitlT"Manucy I somewhat exaggerated. I, Priseword M Casa mitiwt, at M rnrlw4 lolv4III M Hilt $.....Y. ,.,11''" DM IMMly frllt wiltnma..5.aN

Award for "Mrs. Massachusetts -.- __ 'I ** =.u'o ton: 't mm .nlv.r.. MkMrlMT Pit tun
'orM WHO*::1. Mn. M win MUM III no* WIN t* MrtM. It mrt HIM
Busybody" could only saaNM ExplanationsCLUES s tons., (111111 e .It .._ mm KanWKMIlMrM MtecrlMr. ttw bMW wM
lie .IVId.d ww. _.
come from one place. a TM tun Will w>* M .IMI, m MC* tor Mw omcHy MlvM Mil*.
WOD mint. u -.. KM a" rarnct MlvHM H MII .Hill,* H r.
The heart of political Irreverence ,cl.M ,,111 m.n.y will .S .551 15/ly/ atone wee WMNINWe C5 NP
8i/wmw ACROSS .., N11nw.,
-the Law School skits .t I.

the University i of FIorlda'lHomecomin" LADIES SPORTSWEAR J. SHIRTS not shorts. Specify corn* loiv*W.w Hi** wf.KK cli M you you m,*_e..5 II M IIM,, .N,...._...... ./limeu......,,11ICII. DItet'M._ .... u.... M11N uses,
ing "gaudy ones" I. v o r s ..'. ... S l. ...ctiH. n_..fMn ....1"" ... MMlwnkM .r .Hwr i.. woo,.
It rwrMuctlm WIN Ml M KtMM.t*. Tow. MMI 155.1 Mill, TK.
DEPT. M M *
SHIRTS. The clue says, "cer J.tl,.*. II IK* l..a.. sal M ."K.. 51. Ml nnlHlwK .....* .M mutt
Unhampered by the gray flannel VZZ FZ ?.l -l01I 15 a ....... All SN,'.. MetMC -
"don't me" business lain men but shorts, "gau' .11." "* 11II'TK one .55 .... N row u5.
quote
man's attitude, the law student (:: dy""be worn or not on, "might"Informal occss oily .A.STSf'SS/. .row......_"....Nht III ",.e .""""w"1* "*.",*.". e"" "y "_ *.*.

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take them all small,
big or
on- Ions," no matter what "men" Ann yew Mw 1'': "M II, Puuw, PNN II IS,. N.a N e Sinew's
And heaven help the big boyiIf *'' P"r1.: MWII/ > k .
JlOirVr"[ > 'rlimMr OtM. OaUwwHw ItmKllM
thin and GRIDIRON ire concerned 05M.vuu, ,....... N 55W.. It 5 N" .5.15v1e 055 CIt,...
their humor wears 7. GILLS not bills or kills .Bmrimtni,.. owe:*. HI || t* Pas dilriw, M 5151I5.' N<*
the students take notice durlnp I E5* ./Jf'w1""* *' "* ****"", *"" ,IIe. .: INN *.. WMXM.ei .
GILLS art vital to fish, or .. .M.. Mr s.Mal1... In 5515115N. M ...*.. M INS mNIL
the the law. susue 5 uvaN15 ..sows
presentation on GREENBACKSWINNER us .t.NM
Vr course. Strictly speaking, car
'
school lawn. They Just turn the nlvores can "live" wlthou t 11,1,1 c:..N A31 Nc. 5/155.1 S.15 ..5.r0,5 Ile ""NIM,
1t .%
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and the flame get hot.' ruse more iwi ..Ir1.. .N ..d, w..l'. 5151.I .
gas up killing, provided they have

meat given to them. "Wlthou CIrcWNw., A N., ::: ..0.555,5 N 1,. .=, "W:': N uS.Nw.lei e 'i: ::::NNvIIN N rue
ter.I PIS.. ""Wine .SOYIaN' SS.
: have a theory that the Increasing I Contest No. 2 Its bill. not bills

of the skits I. TRACKER not trucker. 'lrw= .: :: :: tend. : r.O.MN =" Pelsewoa:
popularity ,
avwwitMI. *"* "* PvMu m soot
,_.,
"To be a good trucker the '-Y'I e
reflects an "I wish I'd a a I d RICHARD NORMAN I

that" attitude most folks hold : gent"man"and has conscientious merely to with be dill.the II..:.....TM w atiMmllki.nT .4.. =..MWVM wlutl MM,,rliM w MrrwtPIISSC .: "'::=:f
a .PN.r te sa la *
.
...
In their hearts particularlywhere 1441 N.I. 17th Ave. M ... .lta 4Y _......
ability to drive. But "a man'certainly
state are
politicians
volved. In.j "needs special" qua"
Iflcatlons "to be a good TRACK.I

Among the more aotabla"lm: : I CONTEST RULES ER" No. 40 ::
this t. PAN not "Stain" suits
smiling but I don't I like .om pen.
little .bit" personalities to b esubjected I PAN beat. Normally, on s
kits' j I. uN. M "." M IM ... M.t ova. MIN ... so .wN.M.Use would talk about a as cauvIng.
to the satiric pen
en .... yw Nuea w MM wools :: = = : Clip end ,.... 4e Pestcerd
en
In recent years are Sen. George sin ere eeM .. "a nasty blot. Pin Is remote :
I ..
c IM Mr.M Men NIN .
Smathers and Gov. Bryant .aliuaw .a.a V. A .
All MliMi muM ...... a w www M .N M IS PET not set. As "too -
College students being full 011 one M ... ....- S.se N ....... NsnN much" Implies, one would to AC -
No, u.s us ..... .. ==-:.:
youthful energy Gel still holdIng I ": .. .. __ III crate an occasional bark froma ..
to strong hopes that the ::. N 5sI.M: Sue '="en-=-M.Ni PET dog say. But "t neigh ARRIC

number of good guys In t h I II I 515 Qu seen M .. fN1 w. bor" should control his set "

world outnumbered the bad .. VII_lot ...., hIa bMw N =--:*Ours aNN =M so..: (...., radio TV, etc.). so thatIt I NG -
.
l ones have the Innate ability to a Ins awe N Mtwme5....N.e A'..e.I N M .eMe.... ...stole ne.P....... wN till cannot be heard at all by pea K N V .
a politician with their MM Ur* MMt wM MMIMMr Jet to ...
unnerve I MUM SM ..*.: eSMw pie living near poor.
": knowledge of the event of the M. HMUMe M Manslute a A M* MM nm MMT InM 11. MAKE not take "There's INN ..
I till ... amen Iw S 'M P..*. 11. 555Ivey
4 = Ale-.
day. N.1n. certainly "no need at all t tMAKE" to ACK
-'II N INI "
such "remarks. butIt
Naturally politicians and polItics All NN ....v0 N .Nr.N M e.. M. wM
I I C I ISheath' till ee.Nvulu 5u5 N ......... 55 NNNIeMI II can possibly be politic to N
being what they are, this : II II I .. M NINW N NN' M IMIL TI1. -- take them. Fake Is pointless N N
I VMn M M end MM MM- M H.Ml MM* *MtH
certain amount I
often Involves a ear N N./.. Menus,,, 0 5 W NI 4N I 5N ... II LED not let. LED Is the N
of bumbling. I Ii ...., 1u.e N NN5 1a a mua Mrw II N =. M. The
..... Sousa N a ..eeIM N -.. more reasonable answer.
-
i4 And no bumbler likes to hear : Idea of "race horses, In par.

snickers. Mostly because he has tlcular simply being "let out I =

this perfectly awful feeling he . $$19.9 GRIDIRON GREENBACKS for the track," and left to their :
own devices does not r I In g fl 9
snickering
knows what they're Sweeter $7.91 FOOTBALL CONTEST true. .

.bout.FSU students laid Haydon No. 4D 23. SINNING not signing "A M L SO .. I

bestowing man might" be urged from Ill- SlU-NlClUM If NOIOATI
Burns low last week by :
distinctionof Duke .. Army CeN. terlor motives, not to sign; butit Year *N t ham' .* iubKribtr .
J v on him the can only be for his ewe /: and :0117 1 Ilk* to stave The Sun :
,.' of being the only personally ." ot Pktebwr5lt. CC that "a man" Is "dls. O check ban. hue lonul lor -
w 11 b Mrs. Lyndon Johns n'i good" hom..ru.td, lubKrltort. See Rule Ne. 2 :
Syrecu.e ot 0"1' s..to CC suaded from SINNING"

I 07 j party Observers to be said booed.the students IF yOU LOVf MIL CLOTHff... Kentucky ot Gee,1e [Ja M GOLD not golf GOLD, yea, NMM :
since a "man" may be Insane
seemed to recall the Jackson t you must hove this Country Set slim Tennessee ot .UU CC ly avaricious. No "man," how. Ice H.hi -
ellle mayor's claims about ever Is literally "e'ra I y" M..N NI P.I.ew..d CeM.N :
r' pinks and commies" In the '(I/ sheoth of burgundytoostblacklveryhounditoolh Ii .ladleee. .t Maml. DD about golf. m. psIu.eINe I.e
universities. 1.7, Afn4i>BaM4JlnV ....iCs :
state
The skits have Gov Bryant I check tweed with eweeter S. c:....,... .t N. C.rellee CC 17. TEARS not teams Sine
t "generally, children's team .
t presenting Burns with the "Tick In burgundy, black er Ivory. Slies 315. j Fl.". Stot..t VPI DD are not" likely "to be" of acluslly ..... ..... :
led Pink Awsrd" for his helpIn
"serious" to
"jeopardizing the future of Our new Ladies Sportswear Department and extensive UCLA ot 111It.. CC concern frlatverd ft*. ..:
collection of suburban casual tailored and adults there Is really no peerdes I
,
higher education In our state' MI... .. CC of them -------- '
college sportswear Is the talk of the town. .t Mkhiges possibly "taking" ::
In these days of "trigger hapk. "|M seriously" TEARS Is more
.. pv" charges Bobby Baker and Visit With Us in Our N.rtltw"t.,.. .t Mickllem Stete CC to the point. CLUES AClUWIS :

V Walter Jenkins hate literature s..r4 .t Notre D.... DD
*' and tie big choice of either 1 1S CLUES DOWN 4. Whether or not It was dangerous could be a matter of;
)
fm Hayden Bums or,Charles Holt 1f Tuxes .t lie. CC expert opinion.
1 DISPLACED not misplaced
"
7. Being Implies some lack of Independence.
H rev, rumor has become one of SMU .t Telsee Tech CNAMI for long" favors DISPLACED. -
the few threads linking mankind I. to be helped out of every little difficulty shows
,3 U "filing efficient\ M lack of Initiative.t. .

o Hurrah to sanity.. for the audacity to . . . . . . letter If likely to be mlsplac. Needing a new-, a woman might approach her hue-
It .. .. ... ed." M aO. tend
i make light of be DuPont Interest I ". ''J ADDIUS . ,. . . . . 1. BLUNDER not plunder
Influence the Florida ." .. 12. When a group of are having a discussion, It's ob-
on \ I "
( The term, 10 d soldIer -
;' 1..lsJature-.Tod.y. how lsN'nt CITY j . . . STATS . . ," means the type who adheres low that everybody can't speak at once.
t 13. to the front.
Ladies Department Opposite
,' bought and paid for you Univ TI...,....,. Ffe,14. . A......... to correct military procedure 14. Often when using It, It's sensible to exercise reasonable
225 W. Ave.
J bv the same people who buy rather than one who .
", ..H pay for your legislature I never does things Illegally re.I.
t
Could be a particularly good theme of a somewhat morn Z
every two yean Now speak- BLUNDER therefore, to more bid '
.
'f i- for the Florida East Coast I le than plunder I?. ave an inclination
& T-'road and the DuPont I nt 4 HARE not hart. SpeakIng -
II. The announcement of a new In the world. of I
<>? ."..sts, to Mr. Foul Ban. I HAYDON BURNS stands for "generally," the clue leapt medical research might raise hopes In certain' minds. s

"'' Burns to quoted as saying<< It.. : el a species el animal H. A touch of-In a debate can make It all the more- i
.:: **<. same old Jacksonville l such as DM HARE. Hart Cult interesting to listen to. "II

4.1+Jls'ory-"a real tragedy." deer to unnaturally specific 24.I To Is an experience that la frustrating, at times. i
.. : About defeated Attorney General t/lOt/ to +! '. FREE PUBLIC AND OPEN SCHOOLS I. SWEDES not I....... One 25. Just for fun a girl might, affect a -- voice when answering

;C James Kvnes' "The quwon }5 could. visualise. SWEDES as being the 'phone.
I still remains. Did Jim the Education is our mott importont Stole .,surrounded, "m 0..u n- 2m

, I jH"nhMded 1 receive the Crlm _t r responsibility.UNIVERSITIES. aln" scenery. "Sweden might'
. III visualised" as such "a Ming CLUES DOWNi _

," rather than. "In" such
I'
't { Due AlumnusOf I led "a setting" I. Ta expect top performance for below.average wsges ."
JUNIOR
14. JAM not dam. The par player would probably be ---- staff :

[ Year Award I I:.1....... el the phrase, "form 1. Whiskey Is -. of cour. ..
rp
COLLEGES ed y," rather till "built 5. Condensed moisture I
I member of the i cr "_ _
? I
Joe Canto a ;! of," erformed with," suits Hayworth
Eainesville law firm of Canto A well plonntd adequately financed AM better than dam I. Probably related to a talk on rlU,.. I

itwortb and Setter received'Phi ; Aw university and junior college system that 1S. WAS net .... WAS to the I. It alternates with night. ;
Alpha Delta "Alumrji: logical The It. Female horse.S. _
answer
t the Year" award Situ.' ., 4 will afford quality education opportunity u.." el the "pupil" I he has A kind ef vese.I. :
rising during a 7;30 break. g to the more than 100.000 Florida .tu- bears I'I. A fine coating. _
,, a* particular relationship
? .' : st the University of Florida I dents seeking higher education by '1970. to the! "1IrtIU..." of the "".. u. It may he with economy in mind that a woman yher -I
hair.
eteria: eseor." own -

anto, who recently retired ?1 nx M. SIDE net hide. "A man, a. If entirely reasonable might be challenged It.

er 10 years hi the U. S. Navy, Mayor Burns hos been closely otsocwted with many of having saved his SIDE" has % WelJ.knewft Insects. -

actuated from the University Florida's problems Although he is not on attorney t good "'- to feel pinned, H Bird of prey. :

Florida School of Law to r II he was named by the Florida1 State Supreme Court a* I wills htasetf." "Having savedhis" t3. Only drastic treatment might cure a person o( befeuj can "

one of their three appointees to the Constitutional. 1 awn kid, hit make "'eelIII -
The award was presented vision Commission. (' will be .M el relIef III-

> Mrs J. R Miller of the 3'1 4 :rend which he may well -feel" ..

i Miller Foundation.jkyo. I YOU HAVE A CIVIC OILIGATION TO :wmewhet sea"klwsi ashamed of "himU FREE WORD LIST -:w:


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I 8B Gainesville Sun Sunday October 18, 1964
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a L.) l AT. N. CENTRAL BAPTIST Jiaintsuilk, &Wt Grace Presbyterian Elders :

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I U IRevival to Climax Tonight RELIGIONYouth I To Lead Laymen's SundayDr.


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'I The Crusade for Christ tea Central Baptist Church after a tuary.' In Jacksonville on Monday and
: turlng the E. J. Daniels revival,week of record setting attend- Jo* N. Busby assistant t from
Rev N. B. Langford, pastor, Tuesday. Delegates I
I team will close tonight at North ance in the church's new sane- director of the Agriculture Extension
'I said, "Had we not had our new Week Due Service of the Univer- Grace, elected at the general
+i. .. elr of the
*
Women
auditorium' seating over 1,000we sity of Florida, will fill the pulpit ; meeting of the

could not have cared for the at Grace Presbyterian I Church last Tuesday, are Mrs.

crowds coming nightly to htal At Church today as the congregation Joe Busby, Mrs. Alice WIle-
1st Nazarene
: Calls Dedication the Daniels team. Hundreds of observes Laymen's Sunday. man, Mrs. Colin Gunn and Mrs.C. .

\ t tot; a1 decisions have alrea d> D. Weaver,,. ., ,
Other elders at Grace Church
been made, and we are expecting Rev. and Mrs. Ben. F. Marlin Family Night Supper i d set
will also participate in the 11
our largest crowds and re-- of Orlando win conduct the night'at 8:30 in Fel-
to for Friday
t Key Ministry a.m. worship as the church -
suits at the closing servicei; fall Youth Evangelistic I meeting X ''a lowship Hall. Slides on the work
located at 3146 NW 13th St -
today. at the First Church of the of Grace Church
"You measured by Church. Author of 22 books points up the significance o f and worship
are your- Nazarene, 302 SB First Ave., .n the
!, self." and editor of a religious magazine Today's services begin' with beginning Tuesday evening. laymen in the life of the church. x d1 4 will be shown following
These were the words with Daniels has been called i a Sunday School rally at 7.5: covered dish mealWitnesses

which E. J. Daniels, evange- a "modern-day Billy Sun- ,a.m. Dr. Daniels will speak to I Services will be held at 10:30 Elders leading today's service -

list, summed up his talk with day. all from age 9 and up In the a.m., 630: pnV:, and '7:30 p.m. besides Busby will be ColinD. Plan

ministers of the Santa Fe Bap- Stressing that the pressuresof auditorium from 10 ,to 10.45: each day Tuesday through Friday Gunn Giles U. Means, Dr.

tist Association at a Gainesville living up to society's expec- The 6:30 pm. service will Stanley S. Ballard, Ralph Bea- Discussion Of
be for the juniors of the Nazarene BUSBY
luncheon Thursday.
tations can be disastrous to a.m.An
ty and W. C. Geiger Dr. Bus-
Daniels, a well known evan an Individual, Daniels told the "Every Member Roll I I Young People's Society by will speak on "Y 0 u Are

gelist, concludes a week long ministerial group that "G 0 d 'Check" service is slated for the, ages 4-11. Mrs. Marlin will be Chosen." Image Worship

"Crusade for Christ" tonightat has endowed each of us with 11 o'clock service, when the attendance -in charge of this service. Church to Hold

the North Central BaptistIxw certain talents and abilities. of every member ol f, At 7:30: p.m. Marlin will be Rev. C. D. Weaver, pastor of Jehovah's Witnesses In

and asks that we do our best." the guest speaker at the youth Grace Presbyterian, emphasized Gainesville today will hear A.
the church will be checked. The Area-Wide
He continued, "When we centered evangelistic service SingThe that It Is only through the Leonard guest speaker from

have done the best we can. :evangelist has announced that t each evening. However, all daily life and work of laymen Ocala, give apubl1cdls-l
God will bless U." ,he will lpeak'on' "The Sin I ages are invited to this service Thirty Ninth' ,Avenue that the church can fulfill its course on the subject, "What is

fl"' Success In the ministry Is :Most Often Committed in The local Nazarene Young MARLIN Church of Christ will be host ministry. God's View of Image Worship?
'Gainesville." University Avenue Church of to an area wide singing this
not easy he stressed. People's Society council composed Celebration of Laymen's Sun Questions suh as "Are !Images

"If' you want God to bless The final service of the revI- of the following members the the Nazarene Nazarene, Trinity Church of afternoon at 2:30. The singing day stems from the reformed acceptable items of worship?"

'. I ft./ your ministry you must go to val tonight will feature Dr. DanIel : president; Robert Pyles, Ocala 1 ,,High and Springs Hernando., Artier will be conducted by men from heritage of the church, and to and "How can God's"view be of
the 'Nth' degree." ,' vice president,;Ana Ward n g- the area and will be congre underline the relationship willbe them be determined? will
prize-winning sermon 0 n Forty or more juniors from
I '" d\: Using the parable of the With ton; secretary Joan Booth; these churches will also gational. The public Is Invitedto the observance on Nov. 10f discussed In Leonard's talk.
.. "Gambling Destiny. participate -
Sermon on the Mount wherea treasurer, Janet Hillt e n Reformation Sunday.
attend
I in is Invited to
I In this service. participate this song service The public
small lad Jesus three Some years ago 247 leading counselor,. Doris Griner .Junior
;
'y 'df gave free lecture at 1124N.
Rev. J Rex Eaton the
pastor oof by Arlen Kerce. In other at Grace
t: fish with wh.i: : to feed the mull ministers from 11 nations of fellowship director Laura Paul the pastor news Third Avenue at 6:30
First E.
Church of the Nazarene Church, the women of Church
> .' not great talent is the world-wide Ruth Pyles. will follow the talk.Gainesville's .
sermon contest ed at 1811 NW 39th Ave. !St Johns' Presbyterian Church study.
secret to a successful minis --
Dr. Daniels message that will The Friday evening aerv 1 e e -- i

try. be presented tonight was awarded will also be an NYPS Zone
New officers for the Association the first prize. rally. Churches of the Gainesville

were elected at a meetIng Zone Include: Gainesville
'< The North Central Baptist I t
In High Springs on tues-
: First Church of the Nazarene,
Church Is located at 404 NW
day. Named.moderator was
# NEHIOFRevival 14th..... Ave, + .4-.
I Dr. Olin Wilson, pastor of Eli- I" "
H.fJU3e
SeA am Baptist Church In Melrose,

Trinity with Olive vice of moderator High Springs Rev. Hilton Area Nazarene Pastors Only Carpet

First Baptist, cleric Rev. W. C4'Zpet

Nazarene T. Crosby of,Calvary Baptlat To Attend Conference
of Gainesville and treasurer, .

Rev. John E. Neihof comes to John Andes, minister of education I Specialty Shop
Nazarene church pastors and prises 102 churches with about GAINESVILLE
the Trinity Church of the Nazarene at Gainesville's First Baptist OF _
K6 NW 31st Ave., to leada their wives from the Gainesville ,000 members.. I
'
week's revival today through .Andes said the Associationtook area are scheduled to take Pastor of the,host church _Is

next Sunday. action Tuesday to "estab- part in the annual Florida the Rev. Clifford G. Braley. '

The meetings will be at 7:30: lish a committee to continue district Nazarene preachers'conference Guest speaker will be Dr.I \\lllll//'
each night and at 11 a.m. on working with the home mis- ,, IN A R10OF
which will be heldat Samuel Young, Kansas City,
.
Sundays.Rev. sion board of the Southern
the Lawndale Church of the Mo., chairman of the Board of! .
Neihof Is a young min Baptist Convention looking towards I i" lmrit.llt 1II0JD.
2130 Win General Superintendents of the I Idenomination. :::; R1 UL
ister and singer who teaches InC the establishment of a Nazarene Oglesby, .. I
He has
a Christian high school in Law- child-care and good will center ter Park, on Monday through begun a
C ton, Ky.-Mt. Carmel High for Negroes In Gaines- Wednesday Oct. 29-28. fifth four-year term In the high I COLORS II"
est elective office I In the //I1vto V
School. ville The Florida district o o m- church i

The program will be directed


I Harmony Baptist Ass'n Sets ,by Dr.. the John district L Knight superintendent of Orlando -- Colors patterns, ,textures galore,




.I 86th Session This WeekThe Power of Prayer Cover Values every, variety floor


Do Editor, ,
88th annual session of the Jnncsville Baptist Church near; The moderator, Rev. Hugh' "What 11th.monl"g with beauty .
"t
I
Harmony Baptist Asaoclat I Ion Newberry, and the second day's Walters, pastor of T r e n t o n's! 'It water of for, 'It acarnal get savings, too
will meet on Oct. 22 23, with session at the First Ba p 11 I I. t to
I First Baptist Church, urged all go at our sensa
the first meeting to be at the Church of Chlcfland. through e
the churches to send their r
nttdltt' eye, tional sale of carpeting. .
church letters and reports as: than for a rich

Area Church Women'' soon as possible to R. G. Key, I man to enter J Croat
the associational clerk. The the kingdom of
| Cody 1 know of .4 buys always .
heads of the departments will
e rtch mtn who ba early for best
live their report as well a s art alto 900d" One answer It
their program for the com In g wen If ,Ich" 'li translated: I selections.
To Meet ThursdayThe year at the Session "worldy man" are who li full
of mattriolittic, thought and I
Slated for the second day's goalt The concentration h*

United Church Women ties and will honor Mrs. Chris meeting Is the state team, headed may think memory to prottctand

of Florida's Area 7 will Matheson, of also of First Presbyterian by Rev. C. E. Peterson, can to Increase dilute nil hn worldly awarcrwu goods of I 100% ALL WOOL 100% CONTINUOUS FILAMENT

meet at Holy Trinity Episcopal who attended the promotional secretary of the God that h. loses Him tntlrtryHowtvtr PERMANENTLY .MOTH-PROOFED
501" DUPONT NYLON
Church, lit NE First St., Tenth National Assembly of Florida Baptist Convent I 0 n many rich men do ,
9 with United Church Women In Kansas Other) members of the state not lose Him because they An all-wool saxony textured plush pile fabric
Thursday at am a Insoired by nature, a leaf design of high and low
achieve balance between
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to the theme held Oct. 5-9. She will Fay e t brings luxury Into the selling
program keyed City whot li Cottar's and what ItGoo" I ; loop pile. DuPont Continuous Filament Nylon
Mission" also the Hall, pastor of the First 'In fact people range Made in 16 decorator colors in both 12'and .
"Laity In report highlights of the assembly Bap-I many In a thick deep texture. The *
theme of the National Council later In the Thursday program tist Church of Fort P t II r ; reach worldly success becauseof 1 15' widths.. Slight, heatsetting lute bock has a new tightly 745' ,
Rev. Harrell Cushing of t actively Jiving their faith, of face yarns gives excellent 845
of United Churchwomen. woven scrim bonded to it. An
applying It to their everyday vj
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Woodstock Park h'l texture retention even M
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Mrs. M. H. Latour area I Also to be honored at the Wet For them the ladder to ( y-. exceptional value WAS .;
I Jacksonville, and Rev J. after long wear. )

chairman and member of First coffee are Mrs.. David Nelsonof I The Kingdom li being built WAS 10.95
Saunders of the First Write
vey Bap every day your quettioni -
Church here, will Keystone Heights, state secretary .
I Presbyterian list Church of Bartow. There: quotatlont or comment
of the organization and to Editor, P. 0 Sot 13, No,.
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preside representat
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f rom Stetson University to 100% ACRILAN New ACRILAN
coffee will open the active man of the World Day of Prayer This public service sponsored- Luxury
speak before the by
Program. body.'I
e A made with Acrilan This Acrylic Fabric is made in
Councils from Area 7 participating deep. plush pile carpet new a new high
Salvation in meeting I JONES-JOHNSON yarns. Sheared and finished to bring out all of low scroll effect with high area tip sheared for
Thursday's -
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will include Ocala, Lees-
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was largest city In the texture jute heavy yarns 745
burg. Dunellon, Fruitl d
: Army to Park and Wiersdale. n world. But fires, floods I and FR 6-5361 back. J 16 exciting colors. H. ,4. popular' colors in both 12' and Ntf.

Registration will begin after earthquakes have taken their i WAS 11.95 15' wldttls. WAS '.95

(' Hold Revival the coffee at I 30 with the program toll. The population of this Turk, 311 S. MAIN ST.
sh called
city now
Antakya,
\ to begin at 10 o'clock. A I

Evangelistic preaching will catered luncheon will be served has dwindled to 48.000. I THE BIGGEST CARPET BUY IN AMERICAWith

at 12 30 p.m. at $125 a per-I
be featured in a series of revival -
I, meetings which will start son. The at 2:30:program p,m. will conclude il A ,Baptist Preacher's Reaction To A 10-Yaar Factory Wear Warranty

I Tuesday and run through Oct. "NONE DARE CALL IT TREASON"

29! at Salvation Army Hall, 22 Sundey, October 700 '
25 P.M.
SW 2nd St.Everyone. t First Church ,f God 100% 501' DUPONT NYLONIncluding

Is Invited to the c "'.4,"... Id. ...,Ii.t.1 UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH
k nightly meetings which start I W.nM, ....Ice bed Msd.y Rubberiied 77 Choose From
7:4! ',M. 1628 N.W. 6th StreetC.
at 730.: SIS N.W. 17th PI.e Cushion and Expert Wall 7 15 Decorator
Cap. James Duct commanding Ilvrff4 *...) Pk.Her. J n.711. F. GEORGE, Pastor '
\ officer In Decatur Te-Woll Installation. REG.10.49 Colors

k AJa,. will be the preacher. .

Capt. Duel has served as an
officer In four southern states I YOUTH MEETING

since Atlanta his Training graduation College from the ten .vt "sTI (AGES 4-40)) NO MONEY DOWN-MONTHS TO PAY376.39'I5

years ago. Prior to that he wasa OCTOIIR 20-2J. W4

member of the U. S Air I 10:30 A.M.. <:30 P.M.. 7:30 '..M.'I. .

Force .*. Sass P. Merlin, Iventelitr. 7:30 P.M.

theme"Christ of for this the revival Crisis"and Is the of M... Merlin, i**{* WerUr, ':)0 P.M.. CALL- COME TO-.

others being held through EVANGELISTIC'SUVICIS

Florida and neighboring states SPECIAL MUSIC :, 534 N. Main

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I : 1 DEAR ABBY i NEY 4bu.! WNO You

GOtoAVOTER*?
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'". Time Will" Tell ....1 salt. writ. I* A"". Ln IKS.mrly .

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DEAR ABBY: My husband is a college Instructor. flea DEAR ABBY: You disappointed me when you "beg

wonderful In almost every respect, but he's a nut on sports. ged forgiveness" for crltlslzing the clergyman for asking the I

He's 27 and I'm 28. He was raised on a farm and his dad bride if she were pregnant i I
never let him go out for sports In school because farm If a clergyman had asked ME such a question In the pres- i i
r chores came first., He's on Softball teams, and when. ence of my fiance, my fiance would have asked him to )

t 'he Isn't playing, he's practicing. When softball season Is take his collar oft and step outside. When an Innocent

over, it's football. After football it's basketball (He plays person is accused of shoplifting, and Is subjected to the =
golf in between, and he's good at everything.) He likes humiliation of a search, he has a case against the store, < -
hockey, too. Don't tell me to find myself something to do. you know. I am not a thief, and no one has tha right to ask
We have two boys. One Is two years old and the other Is me to prove that I didn't steal something. The principleis

three monlhs. I try to be a good kid and go to watch my the same.
husband whenever he plays. I sat In the bleachers at a ST. LOUIS WOMAN i iIF.ORE
hockey game when I was a week overdue with my sec *

ond, and chased my 18-month-old all over the gym. DEAR ABBY: I am 18 and have been kissed a lot.
Someone called my husband to be on a bowling team and My problem Is when a fellow kisses me for the first time,

I overheard him say my wife is unreasonable when it should I pretend I don't know how to kiss very well or

comes to sports!" I ask you WHO Is unreasonable? should I let him know that I do? GIT
SPORTS WIDOW I don't want him to think I have had too much experIence NO.Y V

DEAR SPORTS: Your husband! Be patient. Time will along this line, and then again, I don't want him to FER PAW'SCOMIN' A DON'T!! L FER MY _
E.y
sideline him soon enough, and then he'll lean you're the think I haven't had any. Can you help me? TWO-WEEK VISIT // PAW

beat sport he has. SIXTEEN = I BETTER LIGHT OUT i
DEAR SIXTEEN: Just do' what comes naturally. But II!; FERTH'STORE :)

DEAR ABBY: I was glad to see your apology for lam- don't overwhelm him In the first act or you'll have nothing rn AN GIT SOMEPERVISIONS /

basting the clergyman for asking the bride if she were prag- to do for an encore. ;>4 Q
nant when she and her fiance came to him to discuss their e .

marriage plans. This is a standard question now, and I am DEAR ABBY: A psychiatrist once told me that a man -

sure the clergyman meant no personal offense. If a priest who beats his wife was probably beaten by his mother (or '
1 I learns that the only reason a couple Is getting married Is tot. I a female figure of authority) when he was a child. If more I Irn

give a child a name, he will recommend a civil ceremony mothers knew this they wouldn't be so quick to hit their
t.. rather than a religious one. ions.
INFORMED EX WIFE-BEATER
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I f er freestyle. cldentally" given a $SOl- 09 Cameras Please
Morning and Afternoon 7:" O Kentucky Jones a-day suite at the New, II:. B 09 (Color) Word for

f, O Lassie York Hilton; and threeteenagers Word "'1 1 RKK wYKV TO DON...GAMES WERE A DIME A THEN ONE MY WHEN RICK rVE TRIED 11
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Lassie tries to little a i u mmer Lacy
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7: (09 Religion UPSET RICK/WAS DON HAVE IT.WITH BOTH TIMES TO
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7:30 09 Gospel Caravan girl who's about to be camp show how theywould 1':118 ID News CLOSE UNTIL ABOUT THREE' .TMW THAT RICK STARTED HITTOia BARRELS...AND HE LEFT BRING meat I
run down by a bulldozer. run the country. 11:" B 09 Concentration YEARS AGO,MORGAN/ THE BOTTLE PRETTY THE SHOW DON MADE TOOeTHEIt. .j ,.
':31 a 09 Governor Gospel Songs Bryant 7:30 O 09 Disney's World II:. Q What's My Line O Andy Griffith I _DON ASN HAD<3eR..AV A MRL IN HIS SHOW, 0 WENTTOPOT'HEAVY)HIS WORK BACK NO EFFORT. DEVELOPED TO BRINO HIM Bur oNtt .

(Color) Brian I Keith, Singer Paul Anka B Come On, Let's Read PRETTYKID/ ALMOST A HATRED NO PARTOFITy /
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':31 a Sen. George Smather
':40 a Lippy the Lion Brandon deWilde In "The 11:09 O News, Weather, 11:3111 09 (Color) Jeopardy I"I"o

':11 8 Yon Are There Tenderfoot," first of three Sports O McCoys J
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':31 8 Bible Answers O My Favorite Martian 09 (Color) News, lZ:" B 09 (Color) Say When 1 I y

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09 Together We Worship Mrs. Brown's attention dIverted 11:U O Movie O Love of Life v I
10.80 B International Zone while Uncle Mar "The Citadel." ((1938)) 12U B Geology 107 :; r1l

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''f I. 11:00 B Image U.S.A.If Joan Sutherland ac- at, Rosalind R u s sell, B Let's Speak Spanish I MONEY NEED r-OR SOME A (/ : DERMANENT., .
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1:. O Ranger Hal 8 T. Tel the Truth IONCIR
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1'y\ '..I I, PineKillinBeetles May Get Tripped. ... Up. ,by Sex 1 I ...COMPANY MUTUAL .

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Discovery of MX differences 300,000 cords of pine worth one- Current experiments suggestthat attracts additional males and chamber where brood Is produced -be frustrated, Wilkerson said. INORTHWESTER.
I In three species of Ips bark half million dollars are lost each females without these organs females to a tree. Wilkinson Wilkinson said. If enough sticky pitch Is exuded
beetle have renewed optimism year in Florida alone. These do not mate with the male Beetle populations cart be by the trees,'the'smallest
in the development of a new figures Increase many fold ,beetles, Wilkinson said. This said.Male,Ips beetles fly at ran- built up within 24 hours to proportions male bark beetles are either entrapped 6 ..
kind of control for these In during epidemic years, Wilkinson discovery has provided'a valuable dom and attempt.to bore In a wbere a tree Is weak. or 'repulsed. Since
sects.A said. aid in research. tree's Inner bark. Each male ened and over ome.' trees vary In their ability to .JIM H. D.wu..Jr.. ... FEATURING INSURANCE FOR. -
talk summarizing findings Previously, the sexes In the k distinguishing sex characteristic digs a small, rounded nuptial Natural attributes of p ins produce resin, it seems possi- II0S Spct.l w. U.A..... A... SPLIT-DOLLAR
to this\ area was given Thursday Ips[ bark beetle could not be was also found In the chamber and his odor attracts trees, formerly overlooked In ble that "beetle, resistant" ....20o S. aw... KEY-MAN
night to the Newell Entomological identified except by killing and male bark beetles. Males ,apparently From one to I several females.!control studies, point to ways In I pines may be propagated.In the "'.'7. PARTNERSHIP ..
Society In McC arty dissecting In the laboratory. produce an odor which They Join him In the nuptial which bark beetle attack can future, Wilkinson said. i
Hall by Dr. Robert C. Wilkinson Research done by Wilkinsonand
forest entomologist at the his two graduate students,
University of Florida. Ruth Murlllo and W. C. Year-
Ian, at the Agricultural Experiment
More than 30 students and Station found the female
professors of entomology heard beetles to have tiny sound-pro-
Wilkinson describe bin discoveries ,
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ducing organs on their heads.
In the beetles which' attack
The female beetles' high- I ,
and kill over a million pitched "squeaks," estimatedat I 1 a
f cords of pine In the Southeast '"
1 2,000 16,000 cycles per second I
1 each year. have been successfully recorded :aIII
Aerial surveys by the Florida thrqjigh amplifiers attached !
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sent $465 of Its 1963 fiscal year rheumatoid arthritis.
collection to the state Arthritis Because of its severe pain and GREATEST ASSEMBLY OF y
and Rheumatism Foundation In Its crippling, rheumatoid arth-
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Through a five point program all rheumatic diseases Its cause ..
I the foundation Arthritis Is and mobilized Rheumatism -,remains a mystery.Johnson : k'5' CARPETING AND BEDDING IN JI

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Loan for Miami GAINESVILLE!
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bilitation programs, professional pedite with sympathy" Miami's
training I I and education, 111 million loan application to
diagnosis and treatment,' and build Interama.
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mobilizing public Interest U.S. Rep Claude Pepper said
Twelve million I Americans Johnson's announcement Friday
suffer from various forma of/ "amounts to a go-ahead. I construe 5O1 CONTINUOUS FILAMENT
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shy and record of generally well kept Property :, Top UF's New
plod Sheriff John Hsed records were generally ade

31 here by quate. Internal control over '
rate Ernest Ellison, cash transactions was fair." *t.
Oa al criticism* of Ellison also released an audit ___ '
bt 1 handling of the on Union County Judge A. .

H L. Drlggers, which contained .. Short CoursePeach
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read In part: the following comments: "Re. i. ) rI. :..:.

tons of Chapter sources were adequate to cover ., ,. ',, \, ;... "
1i Statutes, were liabilities: records: were ;t, '{1I' f,!...._. I' .
A followed. Receipts adequate and complied with .
[Issued for tome col- legal requirements: Internal ( 't, production a nt wand rector of the Experiment Sts- and A. M. Phillips and plant

Expenses were control over cash collections last-growing commercial 1 1 Uon, will discuss deciduous pathologist Dr. J. R. Large win I

bat were not si- was good; the Judge's em- venture in Florida-will .take fruit possibilities for Florida. map out a peach ,spray pro
by Itemized'ploye wu not bonded. However top priority at the first annual Entomologists J. E. Brogdon I gram.
Mother he stated that the em Deciduous Fruit Short Course
[ comments, the ploye win be bonded." at tile .University of Florida,

Sylvan .(Four), Lanes Wednesday and Thursday

Dr. A. H.. Kresdora.. horticulturist -

I Taunting Tale Probably a rarity among Florida super highways to to be able to travel the and head of the fruit
14/049 four-lane ribbons" In : such close proximity to spreading oak trees And we would crops department Florida Agricultural

Of a 'Wee One' Imagine that on a hot aummer'a day the traveler will welcome the cooling respite Extension Service
from the aun'a rays provided by the trees the builders spared on I the new and coordinator of the short

i known fact by insiders that to stretch of U. S. Highway 441 between Gainesville and Alachua. (Sun photo by.. course, said that peach produc-
: dearly loves onions oa his hamburger Bun Mixaon) ion In the state has Increased t
and that if to cannot from 200 acres to IDOIlCrel
find hamburger to the White in the past four years.-

.8. House ice box to sneaks Into Area's Future HomemakersPick Mon- than'MO peach growers I
the Oval Room and munches on from as far south as Tam By BUZZMIXSON

onions raw." pa are expected for the snort Sn Area Editor Ill t F'" i
I said to Irkky, "So it b a course, the first of Its kind In What's Bud Dickinson up to o a
Dining I simple choice between a dandruff Officers for Council the state. now? i i ,4I

sufferer or ..an. 0.. a loa Dr. M. 0. Watkins, directorof The twice defeated, never
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eater?" the Agricultural Extension say die gubernatorial candidate -

lAM MCGARVEY "That's about it," be said, Election of officers topped the Linda Edwards, HawthorneHigh the direction of a home economics I Service, wW open the first said at a gathering of his
7 San Staff Writer "and now ten me HOW are agenda of the first meetingof reporter. teacher from each school morning's session with an In supporters and former campaign -
you going to vote?" J, the Alachua County Council to the county. vocation followed by. word workers in Branson Fri I ,ilc n Y .,
1 as brass, Irkky mayor Well, I was pinned down. of the Future Homemakers of Each chapter must pay 13 annual I of welcome from ,Dr. J. R day night that he definitely to
little Folk at There dues. It should be sent to The District Four I Beckenbach director of the In .
> my place was no escape from that America at Santa Fe High 1 meeting staying politics.But
up on my knee and direct question School this week. Shirley Sanches at Santa Fe win be told at Paxon High I Agricultural 'Experiment Sta he left everyone even ,e4

"How you going So after a deep breath and Donna Wagoner, C.1neiYI11 e High School. School to Jacksonville Nov 14 tion.R. close friend Bruen Brlce '
full consideration I said "I Ugh, was elected I president; The f I r s executive. board The theme Is "Designs" for Liv E. Norris, Lake County guessing as to what his ..II'
i time -a late Saturday don't mind teDmg you but Ear 1.11. Fowler Newberry meeting and leadership training h V." agricultural agent, will summarize move In the political field will ,|

n; the place-the front don't tell anyone else, fm goIng High, vice-president: :' Pat Boul- workshop will to held at Each chapter win present a the short history' of be. i.Dt .
where after a chore withower to march Into that polling wart, Gainesville High, record- Newberry High School Oct 34. portion of the pageant which hv peach growing In Florida. Producing While all the other state politicians "

I was sprawled inair place, get my ballot and then fill secretary; Becky Crtaswen, with registration. from I to 130: chides the following thou g b 11: nursery trees and breedIng were converging on
resting the old bag In the secret confines of tile Gainesville High corresponding Trust Independence, Curiosity, peaches suitable for Florida Gainesville for University of

nes I flatteringly, call a booth, I'm going to mark the secretary; Shirley Sanchex, am.Tto newly elected officers Industry, Identity, Frlendsh I p win be discussed by hortlcul. Florida Homecoming, Dickinson
I Santa Fe treasurer and will have under and Wrist R. H. Sharps. stopped off In Branson for a
biggest X's can make.. That's High : a study period Concern for the World.
la one of the Wee how I'm going to vote.. Three horticulturists, J. a.1 homecoming of his form a r
who are seen only by Shoemaker, Dr. Kresdora and drum beaters In the ll county present state comtltuttoa Hated -, '
who believe In their ex TUESDAY EVENT C. H. Hendershott Jr., will Northceatrsl Florida area. by Dickinson are In tbs j'I
He Is about as ton as N. Marion show how to train young I The Bronson gathering was fields of public schools the
atsup bottle, and when he l peach trees, bow Is prune the hosted by Brie and Us wife, court systems and overlapping

Iped on my knee, his nose was DSI8rnival Youth Swine Show mature peach tree and the fundamentals I AnsoneUa and apparently was functions of the various state.
i red as a very ripe tomato. School p SlatedUF of peach fruit thhvntng. for the purpose of renewing a agencies.

rb...aojueaky,. voice- to rested 1 .' Nathan Gammon Jr., will acquaintances and taking Inventory Around nine counties of this
recommend a Beach fertiliser of the Dickinson stock, area wars represented. si .It.
his question, then add- I The
14 annual District Swine and the selection of the
grandi Ing to E. M. Greene assistant'program for Florida. which took quite a beating In RHHUIM urfamu In the tee.y .
h rted"Or to are speak you too out?"chicken- Show and Sale for 441 i champion entry of the show.. Alachua County agent Peach root systems and moisture the first Democratic prim a r mediate Dickinson party were

The taunt stung. Not that I REDDICK -The North Marion NFA members will be told a Swine will be entered by NFA Approximately $JM will be. relations wffl .to covered this year Palmer Van Arsdale, Ft. Laudsrdala .
tile Gainesville Livestock
speaking out but it does Elementary School Halloween Kaybet awarded In prizes for individualanimals by A. A. Powell assistant During the barbecue supper cement magnate, and
Tuesday. and 4-H members from Alachua The that was served in the 8 'sbackyard
Carnival complete witha grand champion county agent, Manatee County his wife.
give me a chance to lei
The show .ctl,11ieI1ft ached- Columbia, Mar I.l a and will Dickinson wu calledon
chicken receive trophy. The
with If pilau supper for 50 reserve R. H. Biggs ..lIlInt'to. Levy County officials an
a ready reply
pae uled to start at 1:30 a.m.. with Sumter counties All entries to few words After
: say a a
cone asked me how he cents s plate, scheduled for champion will receive ad- chemist will present cultural hand Included Sheriff J. W.Turoerd .
uld vote.. Oct 24.The sales beginning U:4i pjn. must to 'weighed In between ditional award money. practices relation to (the chitting few memenls hesitation, the wife, Prosecuting
S:30 p.m. dinner win be The program will Include showmanship I and S pm. Monday at Calaes.' K. L. Durrance, assistant requirements of deciduous former state senator and Palm Attorney S. E. Wesson and
always
ut not! It.. "How
; contest team Judgi g vine Livestock Market,'accordsdaea animal Beach attorney launched late
to vote?" followed by the opening of husbandman, AgrlcuU fruits. wife, Tax Assessor Dogan Cobb,
i going
you his brand
I with the midway with Its horse total Extension Service, and The second day will feature own of smooth and wife
nudged Irkky
nearly knocking him 81'key ride cake walks and booths L. E. Evans, department of an peach varieties for Florida, flowing patter reminiscent of Cedar Key was reprsenled by
featuring cake pie, homemade Chief imal husbandry, Florida A and with Dr. H. Bryan Dr. Went. the campaign trail Mrs. Bessie Globs, Clyde and
his and said Forestry
perch,
candy, canned goods and han M University will serve as .of W. Young and Dr. P. J. West- Dickinson dwelt briefly on the Ruth Coulter, Douglas (Uacle
do know about the
t you primaries! and out
past pointed
dicraft items. tidal Judges. gate reviewing the characwr- Dud) Cofaurn and Mrs. Joseph/
lion? Directed by the Florida (that he came within II percent Dickey. From WUUito there
The PTA Ag sties of 9.rieU.IIIt! silted
He bleated "More than you sponsored event Is On National Board ((01 veto cast) of being to
under the cc-chalrmanshlp: of ricultural Extension Serv I Ie. to Northwest Florida, the MadtonJefferson were Ben and Joan Doerr and
k. We know all about Gold- the second He d
to show .Is sponsored primary. m a e Lake City Insurance executive
by the county area, and
Mrs
William M. Red-
|ter and Johnson. Every Puniam Florida State Department rueful reference to his top campaign I Jim Wilson and his wife
of the central ( the state were
t after you go to bed wed dick, and Mrs. Carter Harrison E John L Gray, director of the He was appointed by Secretary Agriculture part o slogan when he recounted oa hand.
1 Commissioner I A. A. Jumper president of
your paper and for us Itfno ,Fan-field. Proceeds willgo I University of Florida's School of Agriculture Orvllle L Doyle E. Conner and the the Florida Peach Grower's : that a client wanted him toset OUchrlst CounUans at the

mean trick -In turning Into the PTA projects fund,'of Forestry, has been appointed Freeman to the committee a County Board of Commission, Association, win outline the or- up a corporation for him. party Included Mr. and Mrs. 0.
ges last night I fell off the George M. Ron Jr. to "to group that advises the U. 8 '11. "Name the corporation anything .. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. J.
the .
to national Research gantsatiofl of the
Forestry association
tree table and nearly crack- barge of supper arrangements Department of Agriculture on Assistant county sgrlcultur I sadni you want" the client J. Brellmont. Marion! Countywas

I my nozsln." Advisory Committee. Forestry research programsGray's agents participating are R. a L. and opportunities pIn problems mar- I Mid./ "but dent" call II '0. represented by Ocala bank

told him that In that case appointment .is for s Bradley, Green McKinley, hating and United Florida'Dickinson : er Wisdom O'Neal and wife.

i was a very well Informed Circuit Court two-year term. fen and E. P. Smith. JeI'j Dr. J. W.packaging Ma*,, aaoelite peaches dL said thai the peat- I Mrs. Bernard Castro (ef. tba
uirt. but his rejoinder was --- eat challenge to conservatives furniture manufacturing family
committee la of :
The one 1)
i and win be omitted for To Hear Picas la the stale and the state's ) and Dr. Raymond Van Di -
to
empowered by Congress
greatest need Is a new constitution. ....
ns I of Job security. president of the Castrofounded
make recommendations to till
In Gilchrist
He urged the
went oa to hint darkly peopleof Goldea Hlfls Academy.
? field of agricultural. research,
ut. secret Information he Florida to "do for them Alachua CounUans at the"rally"
L TRENTON Will and Is comprised of forestry
-Pleas to selves" In solving the pre b-
and on being pressed Included Carl and Ha-
II 'came I tram SUnger- beard to Ito Eighth/ Judicial producers, processors and distributors lams of state's rights and state sal $ri:a of Gainesville and Jay

5, the neighborhood skunk. Court of CUcnrist County tore from major weed sovereigaty and not "let. ethers and Claire. Edwards: of Archer.
j Ve don't really can him Monday to two escape eas wand producing areas. State experiment do It for us" '_ There also were people there
stations extension services
one ef breaking and enter- ? On reapportlonment he said
from
said. "Actually we Clay and Putnam counties
Irkky
and state departmenM efsgrtcukuro -We have. failed .to ."
our JobsDkktoson
and from Bradford
him Stinky, but Just the Wesley are also represented. County
e he knows a lot and he Hindley fe charged concluded by arg- mere was W. W. (Bill) Hood,
mind broadcasting :'t" with escape. Charles Simmons tog the gathering of around M who recently was named "'">
kky's head bobbed know .to charged with escape a I d Freeman said that Gray .has persons to elect the Democratic ester of the year" by the Florida
Coktwater char grand larceny of.. automobile. a rich .background of expert- nominee. lor governor, Hay- Chapter of the Society ef
"This
sacs to help me committee don Burns and ".... our Democratic the American r....... Hood
_, for instance he 1IId.1 d
The pair are accused of escaping tad solutions toarobtoms facing delegates sack to the Is a forester far me National

f seriously f. No fooling troubled'be w has from a road crew last the forest products Indus Senate be ."and House where. they Guard st Camp Standing.DtoklMoa .

summer, along with HaroldRayford try. lid his attractive
"c but dandruff oa the Nactetos and Robert Re made no reference to the wife. "11o &i" came ea op toGatoNvllto
f! his toad. CRAY "During the put several 1 presldenUal ouxttdates.
yesterday to Jota to
Mlctem
__ puffed out with bnporp. been Perry Mad who and have returned already years, the advice and counselef Dickinson threw ale support. the noaMcomtof ........
and went on, "And this the research advisory committees to Bums to the second primary But Bud left bit Iauoa
n f tote to speak oV to lilt prissa system. ,Nuclear Teat have .been very valuable last May. and there are tonlce- friends wondering what his ...
Andrew Lee m0
Walker
.fully of the President. Negro to Ito development. elsonrcb re lions net Ibara's to be some political move wilt to.
.Is charged with two counts of WASHINGTON' (AP>-A '
a- said lilt
'Inky says It to a well programs secretory. kind of lob to II for Dickinson
breaking aad entering sad clear device was exploded Irk under the Buns edratobtrstiwi.DIcktosM Corbin WinsChiefland
larceny last Oct. 11 day at the Atomic Energy Ceas Gray was former aVeetor ef r told tell reporter

c.Dem Slade Walker Is accused of larceny 1I IIi II'. underground tent alto ,Carolina State College aad was that !his tounedleto task ahead I FFA
and entering of Jim's Bart and to Nevada, the 17th weapons ...I d:>ec or at Ito University was working toward emutJtu-
Boost B.-ry e A and J Farm Service teat announced by the United : ef Florida School ef For tonal revistoa and .thai heed bop Corn Contest

Starke Rally .... Stales due year. eatry to October of lilt to work at II as an official CIUEFUND: Wendell Corbto. -

rather Visa just a private ell- a senior. CkJeOaad Hip

JOKH- State Rep- Tom School and meanber of She
Jr. of Jacksonville all to 'Mark Start see."I've already st up a small Cddisnd PTA Chapter, to the
Keystone .
speaker at a meeting ef duce to TalbhuH. Dlckta- winner eW chapter's core
i for CoWwater here 1 son said, "and I plan to spend growing contest tea. year.
Steer Show most of my lime !there between Cerbtt came a, with a ybldof
st 7:31: pjn. to the Of New ;Entry now and the next legulaUveansloa" M 0 bushels. to fee sere and
ise. City Building TodayMayer .
received W lint"...
money
earlier this reme Bobby Rklur*.
year It, Gafaeat Oh 4-H CM member Dickinson: would lOt get do.. from L. W. -'. pnKM ..
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Democratic sibswa the Hertford slear ke Is fatUsfef MI far to epeesTrt as to his lilt solVueal of tto C
baeme re aed He- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS A ... L. (1.11) Beasley are C / ffCsaasr. Mrs, the Levy II
Gte.ter.Gabn..tW Steer >Shaw shad
I swit Mare t. venture seytag bat be SUM Baa*. Tto ,bank
cornerstone ceremony tor tbs I said aa tovttaUoa .him bus ev I MBas ......, Pal,J Leadea, As.adate Cewwty Agent A. T. Andrews ad Dr. A. would have to wail until opportunity awarded this prto money for
I 1'. G. Elide, chairman new OMB muaicipal ksddtogwill leaded to various. dry and eeunly Mrs. David MHSJ mt Mrs V Shady (right). Or. Shady V ss..nb.r el the presented Itself. He ktoted many yean.Other .
GeUwator gnu* said to told tore today at 4S.BL : officials ef me area to a- Charles We"..., G.Le.viiN ....... Club wftfch ,."..... the steer that one of Deee epportosd- donors Is the ears
P. W. grterallemma to tte city park. tend the ceremony. far Bobby Bobby II.. pay the Cb* ha<* when M ties would be a state silarge"OflfTfMJoftftl growing contest toeluds OttosService.
wbsea daa Master ef ceremonies far Beeccassioa I .... seed tlpwo.we "..... aatk the steer at tie .... nt beep tb. .... Tbf eat WMaV and If / Cbtoftoad Fans .
trill to Ball Bebtt.He The ... win to spaasetsdby a. .... ...... II P....... % ... Stt sits *.. "k..y a sleet federal reapporttonaneei ef tbeelate ply BaB Tractor Ce. Beau.nMi ..
peaetd.t, w! .. to aMMaa by at JLSpeaca aaa Ohms Ptoaasng GMembers ._ line with the Clt AIad_
Ithe y Cfesaty rr* eta ..., the SUM II lOC m"""" sd. p ....... lufrlMQsf
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By LINDA DIXON and GEORGE r
I A 4 day school week taw es I 1 PHILLIPSI I

much activity .at CHS. .Preparations of the ,, During the past w elk Santa Bud Riviere to the Florid Melrose gridders, ,who mighty men 'have determined
I for Homecoming were the past i I Fe has really been busy. Everyone [FFA President and was the official found their first true game effort -to reverse the attack In Taylorand

several wall i ,I wss studying for the- six-, state delegate to the national futile against Cedar Key, curse the Wildcats with a ,I
working i weeks test that were given last convention., have vowed revenge on all bitter defeat.
held. benches ) week. However along with the! Tom Shaw represented the Rlverland teams No one else Our cheerleaders, sponsoredMrs. !
Skits for Storm Warning were rect this of studying and Herring, Coach's wife anda
testing there was Santa Fe FFA senior chapter romps over these Mustangs as
approved and taped this past The much excitement and Jackie Morton represented viciously as they romp over recent addition to our faculty -
week'and try out for the tee met to Fourteen members of the the Junior chapter at the con! themselves. have found time to entertain -

"between skits"'entertain! I -cuss I Santa Fe PTA Cbaptlr.attendeel -, vention. Practices,rather than games, visiting cheerleaders a swell
ment were held. The Homecoming tivities : '- the Natlona1FlA Convention Freddie Hitchcock was Star have rendered one Injury after as support our foot b a 11

queen was elected In Kansas CltJ,'110. Also, Creenhand In District m last after another,'from Larry team with pep rallies and game
(although she will remain unknown senior ) g along on the trip was Mr. Don year and to attending the coothe Price's broken kg the first cheering. They have reportedonly
until the night of Storm (after compliments for the visitors
I McCormick the advisor for vention. day In pads through Hotohot'sbroken
Warning) and plans for Lull plete Santa Fe chapter. The chapters The Santa Fe FHA was host finger and "c e ntuslon" and say that they thoroughly
Week wereannouncedFor Several y. transportation was a chartered to the second general meeting Butch's torn ligaments in his enjoy J "getting to know"these ,
I those to CHS, Lull Week Is leges : girls We feel this type of
new Trattways bus. of the FHA. It was held Oct. 9 ankles' Gregg's sprained kneeTroy'a .
the week Immediately preceed- which Glen In the auditorium.' Many !Informative I hyperflexed neck David's fellowship .to an Important partof
l Lowell
Busby, Parrish,
the during which students to be the school and helps
and
ing game speeches were given. Nicky's flue E. J's s program
build up their tremendous -I seating Ronnie Prentice and Crier Wells Mrs. Bonnie Roberto spoke on concussion John's bruised muscle establish a friendlier relationship -
Storm tra time represented Florida ta the National between schools.
Hurricane spirit ; p "Values In Germany." snit bone, Billy's fractured
Warning held the night before to pep Meat Judging contest This put week, the band knee -' even to- Jim Ford's The many friends of Carolyn t
the game is the "lull before the I and ( I Terry English Charles Kersey elected Its band council for the1M44S 'operation on his Ingrown toenail Tison are rejoicing at her recovery
storm" and warns the opposing I though James Petty and Kenneth and return to school aft-
team of the approaching Hur- practical I !Young represented,, Florida In yea They are u follows Have er three weeks In the hospital
: Ann Towers captain; we any players not
ricane. The Homecoming Com- gered ; h the National Poultry. Judging Mr. Rolf our music teacher,
Martin 1st lieutenant
; cursed the in
Larry
by Olympics one
mittee Is urging that everyone That's l contest, .Is new to us and to teachingthis
Jane Towers, 2nd lieutenant; .
comply with Lull Week and thatas to the to David Fugate received the Linda Dixon, head majorette, way or another Fleet footed year. He to a graduate of ,
events 1 ) Southern Hermes has encouraged our the University of Florida where
many as possible turn. out for Region Award for soil drum-
both Storm'Warning and the Sunday, ,. and, water, management. reporter; George Phillips, 10th ,opponents not only to defeat our lie was member of the Gator
.nmL Alpha ,Joe Stephens received the major; Mack Bridges and grinding gridders but to trample Band and Orchestra. He h a a
Monday grade representative; Ralph I them into the deep depths organised a band here: which II
The 1965 edition of the Hurricane American
Farmer Degree. This Alligood; 9th grade representative. -
Beginning I of discouragement by the first making lazing progress under
CHS's.,yearbook,. wenton to the "
sale this. past week in homeroom Tuesday, highest degree ta FFA.' ., I two tremendous scores. Ourcoach his supervision. The band has I'

and will be on sale until Clubs ; afad team redoubledtheir I played and marched at an foot-
November 6. Price Is $5 per PSAT efforts to cUp Cedar Key's .ball games The majorettes got
which can be paid for Installments W wings last week to n narrow 'new cowgirl uniforms Just in
copy of W.M each, the Senior ; Devil'sDiary me i,point margin They had time for the W. Homecoming I
students are' reminded that 10th and ; MhUUonal inspiration' In the Parade. Due to unavoidable circumstances

those homerooms with 100 per Report I,1 "Happy Birthday Song" for only part of the
cent sales will be awarded free Lions Captain Jim Ford, sung right band was able to march In this I I

protective plastic covers for Que, : m the .field at halftone. These gala celebration

Thursday
their yearbooks.At I
the October 12 meeting of 10th and ; f
f student council: a motion was Storm
passed to air condition the Friday,
( lunchroom. Estimated capons e Pater out By VIRGINIA REES and KAREN SUB THOMAS
:t
f of the project to some $3,000 Gus ; : Panther'sTale

II Wheel Club also used the students meetIng tral Game High; I The Red Devils did It again Last Tuesday, the Levy County -, I I I','
to announce that
bench- ... by bringing home another vic Fair was officially opened,
arc to use the concrete tory. Yes on Oct. 9, the FightIng with a parade from the high
I Red Devil team sank the school to the fair grounds. i
Crystal River Pirates by a Banda from several high schools ,
holidly'r score of 14 7. .To top it off in the area participated In making -

; the Cross City team beat North this year's parade the best. By CAROLYN HILL and TURON COURTNEY J
,
Marlon to put WUllston and On Tuesday night the reigning

| Cross City on top with a tie for queen, Miss Virginia Rees, M
Whis : ; .- first place In the conference. relinquished her crown to the Beta club 'members have Station between Newberry and
After the ballgame, the senior new Miss Levy County Fair for been busy this year with service Gainesville. We hope this project f
By SUE class held a dance at the 6445. The new queen is Miss projects as well as getting will be a success and that ;
; I.
Woman's Club. The dance was Cornelia Bowman of WUllston ready for their first moneymaking the Beta Club will be able to t 3
; the best one that has been held She to a senior at Williston and project sell aU three hundred dinners.At J
; up to this time. I the daughter of Mr. and Mrs One of the service projects to a recent pep rally, the majorettes a
I'' On Oct. 11 and 17, the Senior Jack Bowman Her court Is tutoring students who need help did a routine for the
Hi there I'm Sue Cooper, a hope Class- held barbecue ,dinners. first runner up, Miss Jan u any subject. The Beta Club students. Our majorettes for ,
ninth grader at Westwood, and "flying. The dinners were fixed In box Golden of WUllston and second hasn't had much response yet this year are Martha Hedge,
I this to Cathy Ingman an eighth B-Squad es for travelers going to the runner up, Miss Ann Hunterof and to eager to help students head majorette; Barbara Nettles F-1.
grader. Cathy and I will be been Florida games. The money to WUllston. who need !it Alyce Witt Becky Davis,
writing this column each week Cox, to go toward the senior trip to Miss Bowman also won the Another project b that 0 f Linda Geiger and Diane Smith. "
and will do our beat to make co-captain Washington New York and the bathing suit contest while Miss staying in the office at lunch We are proud of these girls for \
It Interesting and enjoyable. We !Esposlto World's Fair.Wednesday. Golden won "Miss Congenia! so that Mrs. Doris Green, the the Job they are doing ant: hope I'
will follow our Fagan, lity' for the second year. school secretary will have they will keep up the good "
hope you
J, column. Let us know aboutschool McVay, Oct. 14, the WUllston High School to also time to eat lunch.. work. ,
school held the different I
club
happenings!II McCoy. very proud of their boys and Still a third project that Is Wednesday, October 14 the )
I This week a variety of things The meetings. Each person to allowed girls at the Fannln SpringsFair I now In the making Is ruing FHA had an assembly In which I'
have happened at Westwood. cil to to attend two meetings. I held. on Oct. 1 and 2. money to help mentally retarded they presented a cute skit in
We have several new Interne on One ef the clubs In our schoolis Ronnie Roberts placed tint children. The Beta members recognition of National Lunch ,j
we would like to welcome. Mr. 7:30: to : the Sr. 4 -H. During its meetIng -' In the cattle Judging contest are hoping this project will room Week. The FHA will also
Dillard Is Mrs. Jones' Intern be there on Wednesday the members while Danny Stevens, Ro n III I e have, much response. present the skit for the PTA at \
( In B.S.C.S., Mrs. Trimmer i Everyone elected officers. They areas Stevens, and Francis Crawford By the time this column 1 the nest meeting "i'
to Mrs. Crulckshanka Intern In follows: Pres., Butch Bell; placed second. "Pug" W b l f shunt comes out In the newspaper, The classes, clubs, and Stu-
science and Mr. Spires to Mr. have Vice-Pres., Emory Legler; Sec, had the grand championsteer. the money-making project will ,dent Council are also starting
FratoUa's Intern In P.E. for I 1 Mike Mikell, and reporter and Several other students be over with. Bar-be-cue chicken preparation for homeco m I In.. I
Congratulations again to the one from county delegate Ronno Robertsand also placed in the winning cir dinners are being sold be- 'The Newberry Panthers will
Westwood football teaml They in Emmett Whitehurst. cle. fore the University of Florida I face the WUllston Red Devils at
\ defeated Howard Bishop 26-7 The homecoming game at the Shell I this. time. .

last week. That victory gives ty," .
Westwood a M record. We dlo Is on J, 1
would like to thank Mr. Johnson at 130. I r IndianSmoke
and the band for going and Bear's
supporting the team. sure to I
Ninth grade Driver Education 11.
students took their restrlcted SEEN I Chat
test Monday. Many of droopy .
late to .
them are smiling after receiving Signals
their restricted license. tests !llr t .
Everyone was busy taking six ling. I h t J Dr SHARON KAY GREEN
weeks tests this. week. La t'a hiking to <
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Action speaks louder than Seniors ended their magazine
I words! AU the Intentions In the sales with n peak between Homecoming festivities are contest with a big box of 'Ti
I : Bishop I ; I world are worthless if they are $1,100 111,100: over at C. H. S. but things are gar Flakes." The tenth grade "'

not finally materialized.This The Seniors are slowly recovering far from back to normal.Homecoming ,placed second and the Seventh
; 1N4 to grade third.
to something each highschool I from last a thingof .
Nothing to Impossible! BI shop eighth ,, student should think whOo they took senior Thursday the past but something not At the Pow Wow on Thurs
placement
Blue Devils have scored on Home !C. about. Dixie County High Schoolis testa. to be forgotten for quite sometime day night the Juniors again
the previously unscored upon on foods. a perfect example of this I by many people especially took first place with their skit
Westwood Whirlwinds! Larry only Dixie has been wen on the the Junior Class. The Juniors The Senior Class placed second
The IM4 U school year to going
Sanders made the touchdown nutrition to prove to many that the pili! I IIt \ won lint place in the fleet and the Ith grade third
on a fine run, and Frank Smith The
new
The citizenship of each student Is homecoming queen
went over for the extra point. collection important In team work, and tor C. H. 1 U miss Kay Cannoe. -
Spectators saw an example of Including team work .to needed In practically v Kay la a Senior and la
good blocking too. Although National everything we do. very active In C. H. S. life.
defeated by a I Tiger
Westwood us
we art Friday Oct I, the Bears She to cixaptaln of the cheer.
of 21 .7, we are still extremely v
score leaders
to
a member of
and 1'.31. If played a rip roaring game the
of team
proud our have t b e with North Marlon Colts with a Beta Club and "C" Club and toon
hope for a victory against Buch- would final score of 20 14. During the Annual Staff. She also- "
holx In our next game. Good the i' half time the band performed Tizzy plays vanity basketball Run. '

luck, boys! much a grand show; an this time our nermpta the queen contest 1

On Friday, October I, Student LETIN: : | cheerleaders were contlnous I y were Karen Renfroe. a Senior \
,I, Council officers and representatives sli I full of pep leading the crowd of hf MIKE WATSON* CHERYL BEACH and Sheila Moody a sopho- t
: were Installed by averaging I spectators to boost our boys to more.

Mrs. Myer Student Council weeks I'victory; aQ this to what I mean, Trenton High School under expected for the l You would think now that
sponsor. After the Installation, 'by saying determination to do game homecoming over', things
I I went a timing change aa an activity The US Air Force test I
was
J the cheerleaders led the students a needed I 1 your part plays a big role In given the seniors 'TueIcIII would settle down a little. But
and faculty a short pep rally. school spirit period was Inserted Into Aft- they art far from that! Wednesday
prmcfrom -
grades I U er the few
The Candy Sale sponsored by The things we do today h the ...".. The Itminutepertorf test very men I e r s the students had their
are being passed around the were interested In i
i Joining
the
I the Music Department was a I Scouts Helped Palsy Victim I campus for signatures. least high school are going to meana acids time lit club An Force. pictures taken. These' pictures

I big success. Gift certiffc at. s II girls. are running for Homecoming great deal to us laterafterwe and ness meetings phis school The FELL to setting ballpointpens are the ones that Will be used
the three have finished school so la the C. H. 1
awarded to top -BOW
were I Of these 10 four assemblies.TBS Inscribed with the and Ar
ROCHESTER N.Y. (AP) were swimming, lifesaving and queen upcoming "
Sorter make this the best tone of row.
salesmen. Cheryl was] Bernard J. Hastier was born personal fitness, and these were will be chosen and the entire your tuned out for the festivities basketball schedule They
high salesman followed by Sylvia 'with cerebral palsy. his toughest obstacles. student body grades 7U, will life. That's what and we at! DOS With at fee University e 'art abe aeIIIaC'.. shaped 'The But dub had their first
doing
i second and are saying -
to place fl
Fussen and Debbie Grinner He was unable to walk until He was the first in his troop to be given the opportunity to six-weeks exams now we're Florida Friday. Christmas card hoUers. These meeting tost week when they ?
David Hellos be tote for the urging The football game betweenthe are projects to raise for eMted Vera
nine old.
was years become an Eagle Scout girl they like best I money Tyi
each ether whet p
tying for third place. But I The to cart we Tigers and WUUstoa was their trip to the annual slate ........ asj
Friday night, the 21-year- The troop to for physically new queen win be crowned make and work bard to makeIt GrIt ....., II
The ninth grade Borne E.C.. old store clerk saw the culmination handicapped youngsters and : Thursday night. No,. S, bv the best awed ta teat Thursday night eeartlo., Ylce-pnJIdtnt, Ita'I8 Reafroe
we ClIoMia
girls are beginning a of 11 years of determined Hastier to III Assistant Scout- last. years.queen. Miss Linda Sharon Diana Green .because ef*conflicts with "Ga I Pkaa are now underway ter aa secretaryTommy Aachwt
course on Red Cross Not' work when he was presentedwith ...... Hugglns. :.tor GrowL Many other area the BxMcemmg .... The TV .. .. ...... lien.
commended for
will spend the next the that was being a teams did Into, .... gen do bud .... Branferd en ..... II '
Eagle the mart badges !
ing. bey ,,, badge, highest were required Y'aU come out and high scorer' on the National Trenton b at home this Fri- 1'IpcIrtIr. 1rriIt-
six weeks learning to care for award In 0.7 Scouting. and ate more of his own choice. :sine all the festivities of Home.I Merit Scholarship Qualifying 1 ,say to tangle with the Dttc Nov. U la mo Homecoming tilt :.. eaPPantad 4 lad ap '
.jt. I Many activities centered araonddw lilt
He
minor. Injuries. Girls in lie completed work for II Among the required badges I coming and Tornado i'Test i I County ..... A large crowd b game are in she planning. i II lee bs5 games. JII'DII'aaII



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-- Wind's Will" (Gerald Warner I

Brace) the Initiation period

AT THE I III of Maine a high river school: town.boy in a small everything WANTEDHAVE CLASSIFICATION INDEXANNOUNCIMiNTI YOU'RE'

Political Fiction

r "The Man" (Irwing Wallace)


I II! LIBRARYi; the-what Senator United happens becomes States when,President told a In Negro 750 of I I fromto YOU llMl I toIC,Mim.rts5 ft* MM Taw. ,t f OFFWITH "


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\ I Blind," by Janet Frame, quite unexpected finale. J. Taylor-the) ascent of n A ANY OF THESE *. NoHM.lrr iI .

: George BraxfUier, New York, Not for all readers. But .1 attorney to national prominenceand t...r ......., tun.. c>rtPUCK
: 1H4. treasure, and eerie, s bad owy his aspirations to the Presidency S T. Oe Al* r
dream world for those fortunate with much attention given 1 Is..... Tt $0AUTOMOTIVE
: By ARDIS M. BLACKBURN ?
persons who enjoy the exploration to political maneuvering and THINGS TO SELL ;
: On the level tbii Is looted
story
"Corridors of Power"C. .
of Inner space. intrigue; ,
la New Zealand with a N Arr.._ .Nra.n'SI.IS I
( P. Snow) a novel of high
: visit to London thrown in. 'On The -f following books were recently politics and the arms race, the Bring You Extra Cash if TwM Trvcki tor w.S.I.... A 1 ,
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Glace, her husband Edward
collection: Brothers" cycle. Traikr MnMhAMwnrtlM : t
: and her daughter Erlene. Ed a MoInrdte a 5c.itsrsse
I ward li a .genealogist and Is Mlttcs and Government A.sr.MN. II.... \ "

I : occupied la searching out the "The First Amendment: His I 1. Rugs a Mr' SM

life history' of a family named tory of Religious Freedom in KhrushchevPredicted WK 5n AuIIe>W W.M.I CM GOOD '

I Strang, not because there I li America" (Wm.' M.mella Guns :

I anything notable about the competent survey'I of church I 'IDUUTIONAL1I1c11t11

Strangs or because they have state relationships In this coun- : 11 Tools

\ : employed him to do this re gry from Colonial days up to Successors I DMClllfIMnOTMINT ft IminictlMIVMuik. :

I I search. He is like a child with and including the recent school- inWANT Boats a W.ooIorucoisr START

: a shovel:, ha wants to dig, and prayer controversy; "The F.B.I. INS KHRUSHCHEV 134 a

j : one place li as good as another. Nobody Knows" (Fred Cook) MUNCIE, Ind. (APW.. !
be world l critical look at the Bureau Tents'
So travels the a Averell Harriman, former,V.S. ADSA '. 11 PDMM W WMIIMf ;
out who look and its Director by a veteran : I
arching Strange, i Mtll Ht. W IM
\ Ambassador Russia
to :
at him with suspicion or resentment reporter; "War On Pover t y" Soviet Premier Niklta Khru-says Books "1/\ .; II N.IrMa. erale
1 I 14 Mw. Ml* WHIM i
or ague. hopes depending (Hubert Humphrey) a discussion '
shchev told bun last year he "Wtrll _... Pmfel
on their separate natures. He of poverty aa a national When
I would step down after he Plants I. : l I'Word WtnlH Malt '
also plays out elaborate campaigns challenge that can be met AUTOMOBILES .
reached 70 and named his
with lead soldiers. through well planned cooperatlon even
LIVinOCK
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Erlene, the daughter has lost between government, business successors.The Pianos .
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the of She sits In and labor "The John B M Firm "" 1. Your
power speech. I ; only surprise Is the manner SICYCUS &. 0 C..4 ft PtrtlllurN
all day and. day Birch : Anatomy of a Stoves : Ij
a room every Society In which it happened, Ha.rl- Llvntodl ft luMIMIt
and refuses to communicate.So I Protest" (fJ. Allen Broyles-a) man told a Ball State College j tiMMiplne" i Tai. MlM .

much for the surface of revised version of a doctoral audience Friday night, "In my C CLOTHES Radios rots ft u"pllM

the story. Beneath It If Vera,I dissertation based on interviews opinion, his downfall began with 11 Lla..wal.. '' ..Wantw" FamilyVacations I
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thinking, thinking. She analyzes with members of the Society the Cuban crisis,"he said. '
the uses of speech, Its endless I and Including Robert D DISHESE Skates riNAMCIALMftulliMN
idiot drip, "on and on, laying I Welch's own description of the "The Red Chinese called hima Opportunit
nothing, the tattered bargain 12 books "selected and promoted coward for backing down." Trunks 0 Monty It LMH

price words, the great red-flag.1 by the John Birch Society as Harriman, now undersecretary EGGS ,.MMarltMMMIRCriANDISI_ w_ I
ged sale of trivialities, the shutdown primers on the Communist con -
of state for political affairs Jewelry .. .
A I
sellout of the mind. spiracy.
I said that in MS3, when he ,
bitter arraignment! She an.-
History and Literature last met with the Russian leader F FURNITURE BicyclesTV 41 wand II fturM '
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"The Dl i II carded Image" Khrushchev mentioned his
b
of hearing, smell and toe c a aalldklMeted...
she (C. S. Lewis) an introductionto approaching retirement and INNEW'
these
Brilliantly explores Sets M HMMMM aeowQ
corridors of her mind while Er medieval and renaissance literature named Alexel Kosygtn and Le G GUNS AnltquMM

lent sits In her room or shares :, "The Atlantic Saga, cold Brezhnev u likely successors. MIK. Mr taW.
the life of the beetle on her v.J: the Age of Chivalry" (Arthur ClothingCameras .7 TrMInt Ml

I wlndowslll, and Edward, In Bryant)-a .masterly! treatment H HOMESI M n M arts 00. MirlM ft WoO suite, A'

London, abandons the Strangsfor of the high middle ages n time. Hunt PMISMwIttl il
long enough to lead his I in England; "Previous Convic Johnson Signs II CIIf1ct l5Wpnrt .

lead soldiers Into another Armageddon. tions" (Cyril Connoly-a selections I .ICE Antiques Mtrc/IMdIII .
of the best essays Bill
The tale emerges suddenly written by one of Engl n d's Broadening I REAL lUAU MR IAU

for a moment Into the light of greatest living writers of prose J Furniture 8 MoMM M_ tor Silt,
Education Act
decade "T II.Amerlc.n JEWELRY .
during the put ; a Lets Mr SIMMVMMrtnnt
when
Dr.
common day Clapper,
Short Story" (William I Livestock ProptrtyM
the psychiatristi, says to Er Pedenbrief to WASHINGTON (AP) President _... Mr Sits.
lene, "We're going to befriends form which guide has Johnson signed I bill Friday K' KITTENSL H Citlaar Mr MMW .
this ,
literary
"
aren't we, old thing that broaden the National Diamonds KM ."... iKtlnngHN i
favor dunlug '
acquired great public
and "We're tell each
to
going
Sot Irtltl WoOl
Defense Education Act and
other secrets aren't ?" A the past twenty yean OR
we extends It to 196$. It also extends LAMPS Fish PolesUsed a Out M Twin Pronrtyt
banal personage, dropped Into Heese and Hobbles until IMI the program of \ ...1_ ropwIHoa

a falrytale. "The Coffee Cookbook" (Wm. aid for school: districts crowded arlrnNilM.M.
Cars
Thus Mrs. Frame weaves the I KaufmlD)-* unusual collection because of federal installations.The M a imi ft Acme*

magic of bar beautiful press of recipes, calling for coffee 1.1; billion measure !Includes MIRRORS 4) Cmra. Praptrty. MoKINTALS
and the writing itself la so exquisite U food or beverage, and Increased authorizations Auto TiresAquariums '"

that we almost late easily prepared by the average for college student loam,' removes N USLDI

track of the persons Involved.We cook; "Lamer Loewe'i Song the annual ceiling of ,NOTIONS 41 CtI...* Pnpwly dtnt.l.
really welcome the moment from six musicals .
Book"lOnl' $800,000 in loans for any one 44 CMUM Mr atrtApt
I
when the Interviews with Dr. with photographs, draw. .
university and Increases the Row Boats furfINN I
Clapper are at an end and we Ings and the story of each yearly limit on loam to graduate 0, OBOES N uMw.WMd "..

plunge again Into the fantasiaof show; "Mary Johnson'i Guideto and professional students 41 HUM fir Kurt PuntMOUMI CAR I

the Inner world, like I train I Altering and Restyling ReadyMade from $1,000 to J,500.. Golf Clubs N .., 5rYMurn.. .

that has emerged from a Juno Clothes"-a valuable It also broadens the program P PANTS soma tor am

nel and presently enters anoth I book, covering both new and of aid for Instruction to Include TypewritersMotorcycles II Mobile Neon

er.But I old garments, furs as English, reading, history, geography II MIK. II...,...
suddenly the tunnels are fabrics, by the author of "Sew-\ and civics. Q QUILTSR 1
HA WoOl) Tl 55,11a
1 all past and gone, the daylight ing the Easy Way": f

ti It with us again and the story, lug Antique Jewelry" (Mona Used TrucksRefrigerators tttrttn. WwMsi
DUO Sias
0II1Ct
Curran)-jewelry from 1711 to:I Culls EducationAn RENTALSS II snow aiMiustavici \
iM air eonJtlonliig, a 1111 is discussed, with suggestions -

in .. con ./riCHRYS1M as to where to look and Investment
how to estimate costs. Baby Buggies
fccbeerir, STOVES MnlcMM
a tPKlM
frJn. veryi>a.ff Novell abeat Adolescence TORONTO, Canada (AP) Electric Motors ImJfSVt Ant.a .

Birch" Interval" (Joanna Florida School Supt Thomas Silts. ft TV Strvk. M

( : Criwfbrd-the story of a year Bailey labeled spending for public T TOOLS Store Equipment a ,....n.ne. ft Purflltwr

spent by a young girl with her education an Investment rather Farm Machinery
I grandparents In the Amish than a cost at an educational

Ttere.WtUme Cents countryside; "Things as They seminar here.'We U.UKULELES. Infant's Clothing WANT.AD RATES f,

fee a.e eaisla j IIeesi Are" (Paul Horgan-a perceptive do not yet know how .
--------- Insight Into a young boy's great the cost will be" Bailey Sewing Machines PH. S7M411 I

RAY PUNCH growing pains; "The Pond" said "But It will certainly !Increase V VIOLINS >:

H...... b :C..dlt.Ia (Robert Murphy) a nature as we move ahead Into Office Equipment feeClassified I

novel whose protagonist ti an new and more ambitious pro} Movie Equipment t ,
TI4N.W. ilrfllVB., adolescent boy living fai Virgin" ects." W OnlyDEADLINES ;
PHONI ITMT05 WASHERS
II early In this century; "The He said education officials Outboard Motors I '<

must find a way to convince the

people that "a high level of education X Sports Equipment Ti.a Wryr,. Ion_ _
SPECIAL SALE I substantial monetary XYLOPHONESY .:. ..... ow ..5s ...... LP'r
pays Nursery Furniture ...... } f
returns not only to the !Individual PIT .... M t* m aiR Nnr
circulating 011QUAKER but also to the entire Vacuum Cleaners II:N *.... ... r
." YACHTS POI MI M n .In MM. Mitr-
economy. I ..... Oil.tMMe,0..
Fishing Equipment '. M 4 sisal I II

55,000 BTU Auto Strike Z ZITHERS Building Materials FAMILY BATttS ,I

with Machines 1 ....... ,..... err lns. !
10-year guaran Washing Hurl Km ,.. .... .. ...
tee on the fire pot and Slows Rise In a ........ ...... US $0 I
to Heating Equipment is ...,- ,.. M HMHHHHpiif I
vapor rings
Production Musical Instruments ,..... .t1.rl. i.n.a+.d Is
t xn. 1- raw
a its. ... 55.N'50 I
HEATERS WASHINGTON (AP) Industrial buy Camping Equipment II .Y..5 M (- -
production rose less n1. N..1. 1.c.
.
5 rang .1rs
than one-half of 1 per cent In Plumbing EquipmentChildren's I font., 0505,050', It. -
a Seer :
rent r usury .y.
ONLY September as the strike In the Playthings .ides w. --.... -Ire''.
automobile industry slowed the w -. .nr c s..r _
12 ,
point 516 Nor$5 $1''i..tllMr' ...
upward trend. sell Electrical AppliancesDogs ton M J MMI ...." Syr .5511... -lit.fl': Ir.10 .,. i l ,... I

72K The Federal Reserve Board Cats Parakeets :,18 Point THrHMNt rats III O fer III,. I
Index of Industrial production fm-Ht u_b o _
rose .4 per cent to 133.1 per cent tradeor ...>. M 4 IM vmi ..... = t..Iar
M.... THM010
of the 1M7-N base average, ...-
Thermostat Controlled ....., ,$15 c' o..t P. 0. e"s'. 10. 0"
compared with a M per cent trill sell it taster 24 Point CIW_ M.I514. v5 rye
.
In 19C3. fix Nothing .. Y. P50 ......,. ,a T T a 5 N
rise September ..... .UM.... YMa, Aauuaa _
tune 4* S v OwPT. ..
a.N.1r5w
IDS DOWNand The Federal Reserve Board
:Drum); 110. Wall s. 5.i... _
Oil also said Friday that construe cost only than theVINESV1LLE :36 __ tW15,1., ....
-
tine activity In September wan .. -
-- -. .....
Stand 12 Months To Pay unchanged. Retail sales sllpnrd 0r. fer M. $0..,., Ci....,

55-pal. steel, back from, the August record $3.00- ,Sus, 1 .rwnav, ..... VAlUII 14 (0--.,pt GUILT
drum Mony ether sizes and level SUN Praass. M ..... .-,. 0anallri5I15'S ..,,...
: .
155 eoOO$0 $0505055ter
x 41 Sturdy steel styles of, famous brand O aM
i stand heaters to choose from.: Shriver's New 4 lines $0. ..O. I.soI50 air 5 5S.
ir15 fer 1.
.W W'5r 50wtl
All necessary t. ..- MICA

tubing fittings and We Sell t> goet.lll Job'Official 10 days WANT ADS --I$0'SwS$05. alts .r M its a.5 AuM.......

l CENTRALHEATING -- .. --- ..
a Complete WASHINGTON (AP) !Jar- Mal red .. a
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cAa610.
t\ -' nw.sD.
Installation : gent Shrlver wee swore In Friday ......... 51550 .0 -. 51
dial
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D. ...
director of the govern-
$22 ,...... .1 cwt wrt,: ae. :
J = : .
...mUpoverty program.rnaUsBtJbhaeoasaldhelvad :
:
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I PRH ..EJTIMATOC. CALL378.1411- ..- t' ::o.5w.$0 ,. W51Si
... ....
FR C. foe. -_-0- It ':17;'': e._

directed Shrlver to lake the Job N .Mss5W M I LOn i
... .. n0uue
E. Bohannon Jr. gas though. be said be didn't 8-1411 -ai ,.Mw- -M Dart- .-5. Last ....n5 .-a. .... yin
.
want It- The President ibo said -(0 55 M --.
-
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: Either win stay oa as Director I .r..5.. '-
i,. $. Ttfc >. b t th Ave. PlMMjtj.fSII of t lie Peace Corps. .[ :7 ':: ;'

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Sunday Od.... 18. 1964_Gaintivlll. Sun 5C

II Seh.... ImrnrtM U MoWl. H_.. 'er .... 12 MOSS Nomoi PrNICI 1511.


,. EItID 1 !<< 1375 HoE I Real Estate Exam : CLEARANCE SALE 1051ler.41 X ISIS 10 II.of I w."o'bMroom houMMe .-

". ADOs COUPJI ....,_ I'OMI. ......1"1. Lot 10. WHERE
IISATIt.-S. CtPt.f ATTIND PIroII.P Ifoo. i iI SEE US TODAY 14057r111.r ,.,_. IJ

t T It R illS NW\ ** It c... pI-3m. I ., hail.
ACROSS 29.PlaHI AN. It P 1 CI I BUTTS II FOOT V.o"lIo114 .m.
MEN 4 womon II to U to Iron tor ... cenIWt.ly ......ill. rpSw
1.HiIUIoDIcI word. t L I A T tN. 0 N Ei CIVIL SERVICE 'lartlhunlen lor ......... 004
Mobile Homes Inc.
alt '0. Tb11ching I. It 0 D It S It R T t. 0 1.ln.'_ **r tnformptlonlond PMM. larU'rO I IKM 1.R t..1It IDpNr
6. xtrwo- nom*. Mdrooo t Ptnrw No.Koy NW 13th St. -
I .. W E: 0 R ASS
\ dltuy ,r'r.rn. t TromUii ....ice. Ill W. AZALEA 1!' .,0'

) 10. Deluded &t'f.II c: put /II It T t 1.0" 14w,. M. Jarlwonvlll at 6th St. 1 IP. 11 bO"''.lor vory 550110.'to* downpymml

U. Fernlm 33. Scats C A R 8 I N t. S 11 I I -.oo HIGH_KHOOL.oo .... A m .r NMklt.sl "'1>.1 you buy or* u* tor lop C.II M.'''''* .'...,3.. Fv

12. la WIs ,.. \ear t 1.E TO N II.! M A R t 5155 ,,:. 37,5420 0. a- IMII. JA.III quality/ In V MAI unlit". to H_en,.,ot. *Ai5.5,1.510 tromI ..

manner U Word at "I A. T 1 R A D t S 10. IS, w w,dm, up to of HIFeaturing
12' WIDES
..
... .
IS. ShJitMoa boles 1 OlT A t L A TIN to Wnl1 lMn.cNm THIS WEEK'S IS ON

14. B* 36. lr. Wand Marline. Hlllcratt'' Windwr 2 BR under $4,000USE SPOTLIGHT
A N S It .0 t W. R t T SPANISH LANGUAGE T U TOil. 4 Park Manor.II .
undaddd 37. Bl.ck
,, lets MUSS 111111 III 5501115. Jsltn14505r OUR

q 15. A&e' .0. BIItb. SOLUTION. Of yiSTIRDAT'S PUZZLE 3>,3TIt o.t. 1551 .: ,.... Hi luilnetl"SERVICE the Mobil Horn RENTAL PURCHASE THE DUTCH TREAT

17. Moraine; ..apl. 22 Special S.r kM PLANL _<
1 .bbr. 42. Publle 2. Sending I. King A HAS BUILT L w4 lnmM'rh lawn p5vrnM1 n .IT 1802W. Univ. Ave.

18. M,1 f' DDIke .1'11I' thur luc COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING OUR BUSINESS" >"v COST f

1 19.FONlli&ecI 43. Among 1UNIA 9. Terrain SERVICE 372-5209 or CONTRACT.yr. 11,570055 win avalUb Hi List The Dutch Trod RpiUvrpnl It pr.p.rsd I* or .

raID .\'Ift..ar ,. PIat 10. Where 2< Firs Sql.iplIU.IS11 BAIRD MOBILE Sti. 1v VII .5 *ny SlIP .5 thp clock Mokp ypw thoict frpn

k Cylindrical 'made from roreblp Chiang Kithaili HOMES DAD AND BRA, LARSEN 5 Ih* kro.klo>t menu *r4M lynch dinner pr o mock

23.: Make ale 4. CarroNks MODIL v "VUY TRACTOR LAKE OBNFV -Iron* Ik* cpmplt. IUtin pf hp pn4 e41d Mn<-
ft WITH CULTIVATO51. at DenePhon TRAILER' IAIII STY wichM, loin hpwh. o4 lull MPob. The rpitpwoitttakpi
muddy 46. Mat herb ..... 12. Chuni 11M. Cull On Ki MO. I mil* I I. elOpA
1. 26. Sport 47. Klnd at 5. Compu. 16. lit try 615111101 .1-17)1 *.>>tII Jet. :Ml 4 441lewett 151011 H.'..... pprticulpr prlolp Ipj IN klitf-oli 515k, 0 U o*.
*v..._ and tundnyt .irloin fpf 12,SO. In rick
pxly oltOMrl whlpopollet
try
27. Caw conerae t. More' gmuu 21 Uvpttwk i Suppll1..5n1 ......., ootlott tormt. largMl '
dlMiay. .In central '\0...... trppm. tfpliclPiM plppjp onol 4ouhly olollclput piI
26. AdJIdIYI DOWN mellow U. Emplover P05 SALE Is childs p11710)70 w* Irene tor anything. Pro dolivery 1$ LOTS FOR SALI /ssish.0 trvrnk-tppfpo) opplo pip.Thp .

sums 1. Actompll'" 7. Es1A 20. High rash more. UOt Pony. ..id450 toguartor up to 100 mlM.TRAILER plpotpnf otmpipkprp d thp Dyrch TMP
{/ b Don. "... Pony MOW. MART +
Iis 21.11'15. mod m .,..1111.i "... 17 Own I to I RAILROADSIDING will p14 Is yur on| ymont p> pny moil ComUrtokl*
J ea.k IOOK i NOW-SAVI LATH__Mr._ tail Palilk Pnnn III 1051 LOT -b cpynlpr itoth *n4 kplhi prp MpknliloroP I i1 Ftorio'p

22. CUIII rnla. Irel P'rnrtlieor, prolrlV p I r* Plus .n4 orpMP, e.d Ihp ippcipyi *inn( art*.
Jd 23. In cams ell Malntt a PMIIN ,prle rii* -CCNNOUV--: NAVE largo romm<>relel lot wlttlralliood / ppnol led I Is wood witk tipintoi ol |Uu, It klh.hjktt1 .
Will oroet
building
1.. '' L Daly by ing taking progrom advening m* ol Beat our eoforong km. Moblt' Horn Sl*t. Inc I ft I to tun tiding/ trnint Oiva .."....' ky Purge murpli d.piclisl iconol p| Hollon*].

/ / 24. Re7t5edJ pullet. September thrcugllOctoMr 001105. mobii., home MMrIlse tory ,ee>o. '11 "U7. *
fln. _
plant p Y'OI nc PMX Oolnoivlll' or Ale. .... Welsh II., No.i a
\26. ADIm" 0,105 out I 5,11 01 50,110 l< ACRE WOODED MOMfJITIIMlnuKt
I .
I I J chua PKOM PR MOM *r Ml.ll"5. .
111551111 U. 1. II' I'll.J''OI11
ill NW 10th, It. 50 Wnt M Town oil MvHrood
ll... 101It low gown !>...
BILLIARDS DINING *
5,5111 roll' Old R11n55' .y11m5
.coning0bolltr3IseRdlobsult 10 pm C SUPPLIES RALPH A. fOJSIV, p.*..lhir OININO-OANCINa *
WYATT- 11 w. Univ. "... 3'.11" CUE STICK BILLIARDS' POM S ..>, oondwicDi' Ko troomor COCKTAILS.
fOil IALI puro"" ..ogl, "' I ACPI LOTS 11 ..I..'.. Iron Pun Io, Ml only young mm |ul vwd Ill ,..._
I
plot atod woHo I II
not PUT to root boor. Hop by UK
M 5.5k. young women UNIVERSITY INN
JomoiKonnoll.. HI .. I Galnoiv1N4 wHIt 150151
** n
Trailer Sales Irlnf' dulls W POOTMIPJ STAND
let SI. laIu.. Koytton "''0.'.. 171119.WtIMARANER Alto' now emMctMl to L. UpIwiio your A' Cherteol Hook ,earn. Imeroee
Open II A.M. til It P.MM uo NW im M
-- ** .... 511111 hw *> npoynwit ensr4 Corntoll Hour 115 ,. I
3.HnWII Homo MPoromoMr and Mlonrt' .> Itl r*r N. Main/ Street Io, *ulck ratrouimonuLunch drinkt, tor tilt price *t I. DiIng _
Me ... .lIe. 'Oil 01... Tot Meal nAobll Homo Ph4UIIM A .
I me w Itl no lntro cliorojt. 'III I M to lobby 0,11111'" ,
;it 3TlmhRy" llnot. M. .. UN, tomalol 171. eheite end AlrttroMiTravel iHor I ".M. on IPPMI DINING lludy brook 'ulI"..7 ComM 4 RMnerd Porkort prcMtIra -

I CIII 37$3171.SIAUTIPUL Ocelot Pint Trailer Mobil HnmgOMlor 1656 .rl,.., Try a cool Mirnolob.Dollc 1001 IW llm It PR .-,...,

3/.Aaci itdl GU.II, SHEPHUIDPUPPIES ...... tIll !ITALY IN GAINESVIL.L.EI .,..m Roilod UirlmpKHOONI
r 'hsp lora I IHJ Silver aprimx, iivd SERVICE CALLS $5 DIM' by tIndlsll M ,Inhl "'IIO ROOM 11.30 11 A M. HAPPY HOUR I N ? PM
39. fer 10" 37511113' PIMM 470IJSI IuI 1/1111510511 N 115111 **mily dnino' Candolll dlnnor I Cocktail tor mo prlc, at IUl .
Jap. i 0..... ".. Moating Air Candltionlnpt MANAP.OI RESTAURANT GATEHOUSE 5-9 P MIHI e olce' iteakt ., natonabl

40. )1. I Mil. I' black 4 "white' _'"..... IMat. FEDERAL QUAL.ITYHOMES PolrloorMloit, ..rAny 517574C.ha 5015115.5' I. L"09"O. ,'.... w. 051Ass.. "I". DIM' end lane lt51ilSI !

41. aid.FR ond oiHor doMclou IIMIM PmtUN 64.0515,5.
( 6.5080 INC. "' ._. or mslsl w10600
450. o0 Hiwmorn Pit III P11PI PIIIA Try, ciono, p>noronl, THE ORLEANS45M
ond tauMtioid own
MN N w. ISM 5Galn4Wl1Ia' mit
'm 11M""" 3 MALE CHIHUAHUA PR Mill Wilt ......._. ..... Alt* wt cloon ........ onto CIo..d Mond... .ne"""''SHELLEY.s"""" *, NW IJIh It rut
PM NMI lO MIA 's / f "'.....*. U* each Call ITlilM (II.or MO"I 2-5002 '
.. Phon F
.. ...11_ weekend*. INI TAMPICOP wide LARRY'SMOT in ivn tor tool, Iro* doilvoryIcnlltl GENERAL GAINES
I olr-cond and KM, Located .
_.....
IIiiiii IITTIR and L. on top STEAK ROOM
PUP'III Oalnetvllle mar unly Coll Ar-
4 .... old. AKC roglilorrd. chimploniMp Stir, 451441 I 1225 W.., UIWars/1 Avow IK W. um. Avo. or Paaturlng U' Prim, and. Choketleakl

I. B Lost ay POUND 12 M.l. H.lpJ54J WUNpd I I"IIV'tl lf-SUt Hl, W...... alter I P Hoe. !M., IM Call VHTH NORTHWEST i FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY O'IN ROAST N lISP HOURS IANDWICHIINrw A DAY -ISIS NW III-"... *ur open proMrod...."..to. Holiday your, lion .Inn.iN .It

PIKINGISI AKC reglitorod' Multicolored TRAILER SALES O'lMnt 51059 conn I w inn It PI enta.k

'" IT"T'ON' .nue"'NT.
o.c n. n 11111VsoolS.e.h
Cortei v. yrl. old Apply rrjr. 01 I PART TIME II wki old IIMIMIrolned IMl Wild Hoed N' PM ISO 11Sll1, WOlhnl11001p" ALAN'SMR. DUTCHTREAT
'ri1 : ChIN'e wormed and haalHiyPJalud Al ".,.. tone IIMOOtl
Pel. CHI MriKSONAHZIO morn 011 ItaiKn, MochuPormononl .. l-l PM thwu Mr* UN Ill -- coil SANDWICH SHOP AMUSIMINTS 137
.- pollllonLABORERSPLASTERRS". _. Mutt be _I. apt II-*!. H wim loving care Clllin 54'iTu l Inner wltn, tub J72-6M1 IP Carolyn I'i.,.
i .,, *u fro Mvlop" dltlkuitlet. met 47M .,., I PI wood.y.. and irwwor. Cool obov ever.eg -- PUNLANDAn5N5nosi
:
SIRVICIM .. 0045 mootrcolt m o-MI tor MO. SM I"'..... to ..- GAINISVILLI LONGTCAFETE'RTA"lorvin 1802 W. UNIV. AVE. CSIISc
L Levy Houtlni Prolocl. CKIdland, FOX TERRIER PUPPIES praelato ll,*. J74IH7IHI UPHOLSTIRT Xourl 11115, III I p M" and 04,55 14 515 554 0104Po5
YOUII IJI"'UTY tOUNULOII .... Apply" at 1 lo* .. --RARE 15.15..14. HO ear* i ISIS N W. IWl II 4MPM. IIIIMPM. r * ....... n/NWS .M O..UItd' IN1UPANCI AOJUITCP. all Inn.uporloiKO THAN YOU THINKII N. ..... eel II 7fr47M II sir k.1....IKYLINI"ionl... auto houwlroll.or. watn.or Pro ItllmoM-pttk .. MNpI14Ny. WMllHI *r compiolo plnnriwrvod AOM/111011:

MwrHtto lvr* rt. Per dollrod tut "will cortidor vou sro talllnf led C..II.... FEMALE BOXERAKC Lei 17 Archer Id. VillagePhono W llnlvorslly .. .. ,in dlninf mom or .1 111I Wool Us/wnlly A...
"7NnnatS1 nINMSI
a M4 troino H cailooa |roM Pointt end Molnlononc Product re* I mot It "'Ik
.. PMH curb Ooon IIM A M to II.
CALL )75U
d' 377.269er appt orlencod I* Mlllnf' *n 's:7.be
.
I j or ore a 211 Sit Ill S5 BOWLING :jet NW pin it
T 'N KURl MAUiy IAIOGNeavty TlPVICI STATION ATTENDAT Induttrl' commorcM .knlllutkw.al .
1 ,, .. a ludaotM Porm. lob 1015 N. Moln' It. Std lrm ,,_. w* navo ono BOB WHITE QUAIL 'O"'LINa ., II. Ilno.I ir- D."c...... molt In.your.moulllouitioin AOVMTHI IN THf
I work fueionleodU SPUR OIL ITATION >copilonal opportunltv. On* el 0...... avail, II N aaek SHOP THE REST PALM LANIIMtn Pry CtikkonU'Vln
.... limn* pill iwuniv Live. priced according' to DINI D.Ne'DIIiCTOIl"
up otAluminum
tilt I. I.515.n11.lur51 I ........
'I' I. AV*. mint MAN TRUC K Inc conlridoilvory 1555ISIS. age and. uentlly every nigtii Io your enloymonl c. 11105515 11501 55 S0.
Pool
i Open Allis by ape*. Mutt bo Hlo to pi ., and pnd Malntonance Heck Ipocl. 4H.HOI ..... PlerU' BUY AT NORTHWEST Irom. A M.5 I A MPrM trim 7 AW to PM
I.. .tot* 'IkonM Opptunltlot nuriary ....Ie.. TOWN MDUtl PIITAUP.ANTIKM
1NN IO DPIVII 40000. atJ hi Alochu' *. OHM. I Hot with yoor oround MM ... .* POOOLII. ttanMrd and ", .,.. I |4M tVIIM, Rd 1144114 IW IJ"I It
.. to nSl_ 4 1115,10,, OllchrIM Cwntlol *>ply" M P repreiofltotto .to Ml 1,54. Mon male. and 1 tomoloi, prlcet rangoIIP
j lew Wey Driving 1<-. PR cnoien win warn on mcluilv* H to 171 Clll OT
G.IM5v1i1. 5414.
W
be.
n. bv Hot* l Pto per cm! Prolll Viorlm Cammlt.Ion I TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE -
TWO porttlm. lira mountortlarl CenlrKl met PITS hbMitcommlitlen S FRENCH POODLES ; tnjm\ \
OP ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW
,J t < SPECIAL NOTICES work Immodlaltly, OM par1tlm .In IM .Induitrv. Pr. Hack wIM ....... Ul to MPhoM I I
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t. NW 13rd lonlal R. nm 4 Cnomleal Com.

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I WILL DO 4 Mlalni WAN1INNA 5151. 0VIrd County 2 BEDROOM
In W Alodw I
,In Mm NIC, lsM, N. CDLLIA 5511Snd
my grttytonced CIrcle Or.S77 Oalnnvllla' Wrlto li_ Pupl 51r55br04
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FR 6-5123 IHI Hovordl TV 4 Anlonnlorvlco SALESMAN Nortll ol Tnonl Truck Itop oil .ffJ
tor men .> I
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1j WOULD LIKE lo ,* tor childrenIn pertonced In poultry Hold. II 211.' -
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my Mm. tatornutKn.Coll IALIIAMNfer you have MM* nporlenc oleng LAIPADOP. IITIIIVIRt 1
3768060. pwap5.N. will trowing In poultry kutbonovry. mot. .,.. AKC .... Innocuolodnoalthy. .
I Apo 3135. nu51 1544. 15. ncdionl,: eppertunjry owarlthotcMry ton o. pop. llork kou.Hot PER WIIK
i CHILD ew C5.. Monday 111,1P5y ITN7S1 Ibm 0., 5tad46_ YII fer 1155,5514 P55511 N rtody to 110. m 17Q.
I .In 5Y 1Ma. N. I. sap MM* end Mrvk rep.reienlellve s. .

J| Qf>P 312-3871 AND I'OUIII ITOCKMANtupplomont WANTED C.N 17 1 known In brood,lor..lotorv tor .Sid"". 11 M.bll.. N.1. 'er Sel.NT I SO WHY PAY RENT .
150 app =
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I cor* tar children In my hem N'mr-5507 w. 7. 1,54 C5.OMnv111S el wltli our .ear.... mraMMd knew *lthlt W ,..y ...., piss can will ITjQ I
II Fenced yard N. I. Ioc'..... 1IIaNi. Ct..f Member ad. Wrlto IM tOW O.i_ 'own Hill ." _. | I*. '|7. SEE TOM .r JACK ..1.I :1 1
372.5169 IIITIUO WHITI MANN 501.ly villa lun to orrong Interview. JT meMK Mm tor au." mot r4 )
11550154 slINM 511./.5 tM ot Pregreu T,. C,. N. MHwy.
PIRSONALI2ID co' lay "totenll Mi Income M work 'G MONIV IN YOUR OWN 441 or cell 44M3I7. Northwest Trailer Sales :
I under 510 veer Sit per week coin oporotod tounry. ,II. J71 USINISI. -sPECIAL
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Privet turn 137 IW Ind 4121 onor 4 *.m. 6111 7050 .ti. p67415 11511 14.Mu N.E.
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CHILD tocatlon CARI melMrl prlvt Mm guidance.nkp rtirence. -. WANTED mon. 155 rottil......milt nut ruto M N bond ; _,. tor lilt COSMETICS w'lII' ever AND IM Prelr**. I p.MIN apMlnlrrwnt I. on Piynn can At ..1", LUMI 376-0205 .

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11501.5' __I. AapW wrllo Ol II per unl. lend com.plele Mmo Call J70.0M4.I BABY
to DM4 weltreM In Mrwt 5N. .In car* of ttto
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5 411 Nl fed It Ml MOM Mill N. .... my Horn Cell Vt-flll I5N II FURNITURE \
700 Inc 1

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net necoMarv
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371017 M Per.01t' W54N1t15.I end Country Club. WHIM .. IPIIOWIITINO.IOOKKIIPINO.
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I MAID vim driver' llcem Mr to. oiimenl monojor drhrmoolre to new tormlnf' HewoK'l luttaoelCollege. 2 BEDROOM
cars X MINI eg* nHdren. tarn Writ P. O lot 50 Ill w UM*. Ass
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II;' .-:: Clean out the Clotete flr Utility Roo", Now-Pick up extra CLASSIFIED cash Pen. to penen ADS ads ore for HOP commerci! utere tilling mefthondiie priced' I r

t DAYS 4 LINES $3 .' $100 or >.*. with the selling Price toted 'in the ad. N* oddrtionol coin for ads that require the full 10 dove. No refunds for ads that

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

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14 W..." ..*. ,r.iortytllully IJ ".11... IM Sill 15 HIVMI far Sl. IS NMM rw Sale 15 H..M* tar Sale IS H...... fa* Sari* 15 HMOM hi $..1.Mreplooa .

L"KI IAOOKL VNCuII1Iu11t IY OWNER 1 IK, 1 '. CC. I I CCIantra ; NEW MOOU "IrDWOOD IY OWNEI 1 ill ci .tmnt will! T' r awn a MCCOY'S .
THE TIMEIS C. ....... homo. Lot IM llf. New an.tarior I homo aa1.1 Iwa I alt, cond. "2.100-117 _fIt aolral Low dawn p.ym.0l. located on lorgo corner .lot a. wind tar itereo, Irlch11O.
-= '" docaratad. wall l.wall paint. Tress A ihruba. Naartan. N, Ilving' tm. A dlnlqIra. 1 3s5. 1 cosrsd M/hc. 1M II .th Fl. Call 31HIII.FIREPLACE collent neighborhood, convenient Hot down. 1701 NW Jill MACOMAHOMES
carpal, well-doilgnad kit with cMrc5f all haw .ItoVOlnd' c.0W fballaw,' wall, trim pump AsNnkNr IN-ft. Manpovedroad.DM to schools and ohoppln." FHA H. FR m>4 or PS HIM.HP.II .
dfinwaiher, dltooul braaklait Walk' to Llttlwood -W.... Only S bliss.' N /. 11.,.* iteel link financing The Janus Com| .
NOW. aarvlco atom li Tr'Q, 1Uhels. 11 Ft. Formica __ area.N Phone 7717401.PURNISHID booroom. t bath CCS,
wood Khooll. Frk.II4.HO
bar. I ... I kamt, cantralheat WI'-: iCO.lr: You-l ..,toy mil how atono tiroplaca INC.
..Ic".11.. w crern. Mk tloori. .,_... a..ll. For opot. In. Ceppertono renge unnjrn" i Iran. rede ITJg down, p.yMl ,
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vonatlan a.H phono >7M H or in.alH lullSM
ad cook and buM""houie. Dock. I I*. .. Cant. haal CCI HOUM tor N''" MO* 5owa 5ff .
,.... bnuranca I taaas. IJ > lilt aaunovn IOM Nl End I Ft ... ., l. window '
whlta land beach dwp Kit Largo comar lot IM i and .... ptymenti or gal mo. ITTLEWOIO AKA 1R., IATHS. THE 'JEFfWSON"Charmingly
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Do You Have ecepad" lot AIM elr-cond. heiv NW 34th It, Fhano FR I Mil Avs.paMs =wide 1.M .*passalad,oreol.Fi. 141 Juit wliida. City llmlli on Call )/M03 altar I and all day >M oo> ft Control heat,
ad CI auott .IWUM on edL lot araai NW :Win A... II. waikondi.
MOU" I I Mth. To H4og lao built In Mtction, newly deccro'od
151NW ISIII
A May taa .purchaMd with manor P/a, ream y. ,...... mew klf<'". < FURNISHEDv. In aid cut. Price reduced far l colonial, outildi.
: Room .houM M ". ,... Call tar do'."" on aria dining ream 4M| iw .11k DON'T MISS THIS quick .,. Call VJ-M9I. loo NWI3lh mil/ homo 1 ll fllUd with con-
I Way ....,1 McKINNEY ca maw "nfa this CII...... TRULY LOVELY HOME AOCALA ., contonvptrary
Klaus
":. LAX* tUNIVA Ira 1 ... I MM homo complolo.and At Melon, Cards r* ml South om55nc..r
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Apartment 111,00. will buy < 1.1t turn. YOU ASKED[ lisp HAFFINIII' 4 I1PIICH Ml Ip am55h.d' M 51,155 dw of Compui on 441 3 II I ...... to< I II, I Nth, irgoponbiam living.. Nolle. Ihl will
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Kami IMP. Diidy lako a frontKIVITONI Is "NsvaIk's5', U. Slat's GREENDEATON : t)! colling panaiod dinb. a 1 1 .1 n t a d work aril with
4 -i : 5.ylOaal m par mint Inc. Ml den for Dee year hold 00
::: House to Rent?. !IN. T....... ALACMUAoa.. ';' location. fort Priced right. Drive :by.WOODROW .1 If Ira fomlty. rancod-in room back wltn rauacoy > laundry, knchan and pantry....
tIC. .... yard Nampa handy M ISIS Mrvlcl
HIIOMTILl Ph.. 375035 RIALTOIISACRIFICE $450 DOWNIf StAYww builMi kltcfian. 1720N or 461- .... Thar aro mm bod-

: REMEMBER- Car .M wkako. Omava vlaw fOR IIIb5 Meal Ira. Slurs 1 P.M.O "7 ;'Z'III" bags.Ian.,. PRICE you want rail nlca I II, The Moats lultoerFUST lap/ room with oulilandlng, cloiallaclllllol
I II homo i baihb family I bath hall win ..... "norm plus two full Iliad
and living ,"'. w-flrealaca, Own ,, Auguil ,. an N.W. M FtI Attreclrvo homo with III. ] bathi throughout than MO thli OMaautltul DUALITY HOW! : MODISH laM I II MOM, I bithi In Wlmbarly It- bathi and Mporalo, droning,
: A rental vacancy: er will sake low dn. pay lis.- Campara coot willi .. 51Mr S Florid room, built 'In range end 1 landKtpod lot. Fro. Older' home on corner lot ISillsrwith lot/ nlra largt aria In ml motet lulta. Ithn
lawtlally landKipfd
PintMh
aaraan 1 ally air condo ''n Narnwail N.tls.
... a.0 tlgo neighborhood. IIXJSO. PHA, and withI
Mparoto prep woodshad room
hom1.. VOU'LL 'UV IT May | / tall FF. t-sm I form Wvlnt
MusN Sold Call FS
C H. CRAWFORD sulckly beoutltul/ old troei, lire a
,. COSTS YOU MORE WINIFRED JlMI..IC m.dats 5.771 on .3117. MOirita dining room plul
rail' aitati krokar foncod-ln backyard with treehouM with tlraplaco
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lag roam
Mo. your 101. UNIVERSITY and iwlngi. TWO ... Ittwoitorled A SASS family : .
J ml. N, MilroiaHwy $ PACKAM and Wautllul. clxrry pinillngTni
( : than the ad that II OF i-mt 55. I IATHI Flo rm.. foncod. 3.5 ACRES freme _'... hi 'I' inin of tha hauiowltn
\ *. landMapod, I F juit mi MH aria In Nwthw.it la.cation IXCILLINT condition. heart ...
I i iI LASS GENEVA e. llent small rotlramont 1'W. |1351 Nl ifin .,.Call VI. far baautltul homo Plan.ty REALTY pine fioon, icroenod porch. contrel III anachNwas car will ,
I : will rent it horn tor ranMal.lrad., 1117LV at Iron and privacy Nt.rtownwJwt h..t. This homo with 4 rag' and roar patio
I i In city ""'".. John ",. Slaadham, auiiWa ma City LI.... .I/ lorgo bedroomt ell with welkin mako dlllaM. .". at nsdad or 27.1571.ova. 4 OR. s '=' COMP i'Ts. It. and on o s.va _Frica PH.37M1.1211t. coder lined clowtl IW kithi 1Iye.
2 & J bedrooms tumltnod waihor dry.rilloM. W M. ""un.... laaltorAI.OC was completely modernliod within 4MI NW' UtP 1'1. w
I : Hero's what your 31 ..r1. of lMaroot, maw log la _..I".. It nallitlc lnve.tlg.lo Ml flniproporty I
....',.. plea ..... AIN, a ..... I Avo. .....,. you buy CallLITTLEWOOD ': t. Mclaughlin: the lad live mars without : CHASM. COMPOST I
: COSTS "ilea ....,.. wllh dial all damp t '.. C" ....,. wolf fa wall M j.j>1'. Prank Ras lea' McCanh dliturblng tho: Inlegrlty of theerchllectl Md PRIITICI .s Th. Charmin0RANCHO I
) : vacancy: wall ...."''. Many oxtrea OnCedar I arptfoe In L. hm. KM Own, T. C. Dosaly J,. .. Lober and mtarlali wrippsdMass.., aMN ;
L.... latna ,. 'InMive LawtsJawil I dwns ___ of 554 ....., NI. all flril H ... GRANDE
:, YOU EVERY DAY eo. e Gorogot & carport 55. ="''''' 100 II 14350f7re Trill la Una Mme In an dial PARRISHPRESENTS hot an with wales 41, =ily waliar.i Ofw kTrVi. plgpl rave le. .sash..a.55 I ....-.. I ....... .'u"" r i

Shores 1 1..111.. Slat dsot 10 055. or king.ilia RCA WhlrlpadMtwaihar Z1 Iamb, ra.157. a..Salalaws. family ram> IMng room. dining ,
I until. It It rented: Key e PloHdrad wall. TMIII L| II.b I fun keitn. built Khios-. II. 1 laths Tan mack ban "U 1..111M / roam oak Mrauat floor
: fin. homoiltai from $2250 C Formico' cabinets .m stare with fnotchini daubs rail flan Con.1 hilt 1yr. all Included, plumbing. wlrli Nat' MnNMy Nash Inclu... IM.OW 10%
non-wotarfront from $1310 1 e Bullt.lt kltchiniTirrosxo alnM.:' Crr. ponoieof L. Rmwith .Id. Much 'Irod mle5tar.bead. all nm.. Front all b.k alaliantranca 151110. 113.111. Oown I
LOSS floors In "brick woll, The. owner hoi .left town llll< Mparala, lap 4911 NVI Wl Ft
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CEDAR KEY nil or J831 carport ly owner, llfdi dn, pickup and must Mil Frk now reduced NIW """NG. Almoit raw I bad.ram. dining room, 4 MM 1 baaulllul

: ISi PER DAY IS: Marina Locations e All lath city vanlfl.se utiliti.gSidawdlkg 145*pea II sts 1FT par month. FlIIVINI financed to_lie..m....-.._Con'. thll bo prop FHA. 155 I balls 3 10 c.0/rally h...... with francs flraplaca doors to :JO'Loan. Ihlng I i clMOt.laundry roam.. "PUNNIN4, TO MILD" ;

INVEST) facllltliinniwdhir. e AIM' On I*. 1.3 IIHssutt&jauvt orty Tnl. borer_ wool u55 an Act M Tn It'i. states. ,'u -lnlol"Id.I: ales, I :attic win cloMt IImId fully attic owlty n, 1 STeallnas OPEN TODAY 2-fJ Lat ui gurus you on "". \

1 : M POT me, e. IIH per lay ::: ::: kef ...... Call lilt .311' THE HOU5I YOU MAVI IIIN I i baths .11.. dales N.W, Itth Torr c. mot. on contracting your
Motel Locations
WAITING, FOI I bodroom I Owner moving, owoy Its lam : raw custom home. ,
IM per "mi. ., IIM pw *iy $11,250$12,550'AlII ar I, ill diy wackondi.liraa ASSOCIATES both living dining' : available' In January at tttoce.Ihown OtL2LW.1Nh A...
INVEST accommodotlom room room Call: Gerald or V. 0 McCoy
11 : ; 3 ....._ 1 llell\ lean Names J. PsSd u Jams IIt1.LNthCal. lull In Plan by appointmenteHL I I
... par ..... ? UN par day n. .IIC ," e1 .i ListingLASSITER and cantral air canditlonlni.Walking Oelneivllle' PR. ...,.. } 6-50l3or I
N O5ta.$100cashVA .
Mary Wall.0ltuNSs
( : M per "'.. ? KM .., day DAVID ANDREWS. Its, dlitanca to LHHowoodMUF LM M.rlck, kuildor
37543 FHA flnonclng, with MM down\ 6.6502 1
Nl Par mo. M Nil Fir diy REAL ESTATEIS baauhnad SPLIT N ) ho won to la Iarsclal.MASON ouollilod buyer "'.21 per rWllor AFoJni oiit 372.5(19 Olflca Located at .'
<( : balm V5L 1 IS ." tt.'t' /N.mm pay doling coin 1 ..ci 3 N. Main Itrart and :Brd llvd r
: 01 per nil .. ".11 per *ey $ F.t.. balsa hi kllcl1oo' MANOR' N.at 4 bed Mils, hear arpsrl, CII.372nil I
H.yagg lor fillY Nr1t.Nail., oontril haiiin. room, 1 both ..... with ctn- lor appIs. Ni 1106. t
: 171 per ..... .. MH per diy LocoM as 1114 NW tat Ava. REALTY "., noting and air, condition.bt. Wilt T." .
PHn1 or 3JI.- .. Lovoy fancod roar yard
OWNER I II CCI HOUSIAiroond. '
: IN per ,.... ? NM per diy and built bti Out. makai Mail play arn far chlldran .
Ida, city, hair now alimalarytartar. G MOVING y AT trad TO MAO.ppsrhmlty. W DISTINCTION 4 charm .In Mi Convonhnt to achooli.. i iI UNUSUAL COMPARE !
: 'Isar"J Kral and .lappi Pass.' trod. kawilM wolor yjOolnotvllla I modem sill" .level home. Mill I .
mart.7S m1. 'IN NW 35th cash In. k M.yptl crag for Tail to* .... W Uvlngroam With J. ). FINLiy All Wi h... 4-letfroem-2UrhHOME
: Iff per ing ., UN for day _{t. Call 37W74J.IUY m fHAHUGH homo or proporhCuitom / gun, wall I panoramic view two nlca I bodraom hamoi irlcM -
built for .,..... baacli Near LltttewndKhaola. to Mil. walking, .lilanca" 10 THESE HOME VALUES
: HI per mo ?. Mil Fir d.yil DIIICT_ FIOM IUILDIIM Ms. .. Muse PMlda. Saem . .Wrtt'"IIe Ultra J. J. Ploloy ..- aanvMlst, to"nlv.1y !
lalaa' ,1111011. Farada ofHamai
._. modern _II. family ...... Wall of Plsrlds.LOVELY. SuburbM HelfhtlJLMng (
J .M per arms 53.13 M. diy homo with modal. Tile N50s I f 1.parata Family. .lIraaNNIaAM to wall cerpet. III'........,'. ...,. BEFORE YOU BUY ,

: N. :W. it: : /lnacln,3275 HuhEdwards. IIN N ,e1., lavl/00WISA = 375.1135 r."Ie.I 5. .. it M4.000. CiU In ancollint. ACIII. NW WOOOIB locatlan LOT loilrlctod I loom Roam f

Ins., Many Many cuilom pavadIONS.. UfMIANCHITTI lllrla.DrasallyRaem ,
378-1411/ lhadod livi SAVE
: CALL i YD iffi'P'i"OM by fcmgrlm' aaka 5,55 I
IUILDII will, Nail or Mil vNlg5/. Can. 'INL1Y AHA Thll' ewaiHy' 50. Tile fallowing art now undorconitructlon
'Itt ........., na aommlulon 3 EDWARDS tact Hugh Idwardi In*., Allan Pull' homo bag bit about everything '....II'.oom Bon .
:: TO PLACE YOUR I,. I Salts, 51555555 pillpp.dPHA Dormon. lain m......'. m.IMI. you could wooIn i homnltw, ... Ap.proDlmiloly 1 t Lwurloul Mm 11.... and will kg rgady j
N VA. IIN dl sash Ta,: Kenti Froitigo Neigh.barhood II was aacn La- Z !Push Sutton KHchon, TMNNwln' SS erg ...dy fir
I Mu !...... 111I I'."". INC. COLONIAL Sueilty conilructlen: salad on Nowborry. load JuitHW w Laundry end Utility lowe :: fo rNWa5 occupancy sisal J

SUN RENTAL OP N HE Chasm 1 Werkoble Floor planiceptlanally dawn I yaarg in iilmcg lcrionid.ln' Swimming' Fool. Ills N.W. 21.. Av. "

Unuwal cuitom homo In ehalcg" 2909 NE 15th St. NSW I Homo\story .M.d15rOm.5 bath nut Uvlngroam boeutlhjl with I fireplace tredltlen.1 I- Z w.II..w.n Cantral, Mart 5iMAlr 1 ..., rah Ssllls 11111 d1.: '1300 M.wilt* M.

WANT ADS kxillan' too NW 14th AVI.GLADYS. 37 -77l Sir' eaNNIa/11/t/ bulIMn lilt..15. beekihclvei' FRICIO ICLQWCUIRINT M. M. Condlllonlnf 11M pal ,. S .... I bliss, MMdn.. niFTISMW.
M. Sldswsy Gsaalruslld c.. MARKIT FOI QUICK l .... ,.,- m.'k.Ii. .
2745545 N 371.5514. $" '. ....11...' IIn....,... C'" I FRED MASON :'UO'laIHW.

II LOTS P01 SALI'faction 11.'UI. PARRISHBOIBY PHONE .R.lkami, UN In., IIIIF. ICHtlt.
SLACK ACIII: on addreii ol hr m1. 111,1 "" UN dn< II ir
L...... ...UIIIUI ,or. ,n N.W. SMITH $434 DOWN dlsn.0tMrtLarpa 1 II 1 lam Ab0CIATII. Inc. n MMO'tR 1-1 1 IIAik 411. 0 .12' N.W.I"" .Pa' ", ,"III.D" I

loci," adlacont to illy | ,...... ooncrato bad. hams AIIASI wltn gorege large,LI poneiled Ol doubio familyroom. eltailvod H. Wayha, Hill Ipso aahas Abet. hiT
'11I
limits aim pall ilraati, _or. 372 5393 with' Sal Moan gar porto. utH- iMollent choice: for emcullvg CarolynI 1syFlrsl NrNM.ryIrOM. / ''' > .. 1 bath ISO dn.. 174
.. l. MMTfc.
city wail, AIM lirgo letl avail Inc:_ Froporry small Moth ONLY rn and tgngol back yard or 'profelllonal. ", .n. Ownar ,.1. ilL 170-5215 pal lilt,
abia an Waldo, Sa.dIwl 1551555at ,... Hi M _11'. ND ,
par
4 wills good terms .1 aniloui to Mil before Jan ,'
211.
north at Sperry. Down paymonlClHV 553,0 5.55 CLOIINO COITSI Call 17H51I. S. .. Ittll St. Norwood
all arms ."on.... g&wsir: ( By Demand ) i II. I ash, im in Wf '
l Sp' ,... 55AN0 55W 1 ...._ trials.'V POUR IIDIOOMI In Flnley an.l.tt .. L 'J
5.'Ma .,,", .'" 111 ..,.... wl/ll, .... sInIIT lite<. locitlon, ly .,II!. only" 1"- Hope

W. 5.w .v/ rOrlIN1y 1.T It'.1M I""n'H avail' tar larg.apaaWraa tractitulldingit. $ EMI\.aaNgs.wNaNrN ,/1y Hugh Idwardi Inc: hag rHurihnl Call' J7HMIto Mows IT AOVANCI

"':. ,,, 1 w. !INS bu./ ,.... 1 tocatiom ondprotoiiTonol Just "' clry = A to Northwoit aalnaiylllgWITrt BRYANNow APPOINTMeNT' ONLY "11" 'Inc.We .
:n DOWN I opp> 171 per mo.plul :
oltlcai aid, 'loll on SEAL lIlY AT 51350. IV I, Untv Ava .f
rr= \:sNal.t.s." IIN Unlvirllly ...... ond N.W. SIN lexei I mi. If you con ouel back In Galniivlll. Laroi, comfortobli Mama for Trod HO""*'
Ify
e All brick rant.S Sal FHA Ixcellent 1 II
170 DOWN will buy thlg Imnucv.litl I firga iI
family. 4 ,
: ... w. Unl,. ....,,:IfI. llraot CillinUfldowniaymant | badroom Ill bam mMnry Real plaster walli homo .,'"".. on oicootlonollypretty to ..". VOId In all lytiof .. I ... Igmi pop living roam', IF.family 4 or PrOplrty
pine mode 'lot will goadlendKapIng .e.iv a
: e/ou/lhd IIIIlIdI,,P 10'.. N. W. Nem Law, -. .Wo..Saw .homo. IOCIIM m Ill NW laoIWIMMINO / e Torroiio floors Hoar .public A pan. Tirraisa 2-k.lk ........ fyas.Dl room parlor dining" : room, t'I y
115 N y5 7'11 Act. 5. W. a 'a"l seed 7 b.droam Isr e Formica cabinets ochlal ......,.. 111.000. Cal VI- IMotM '"'. gored, IR,
sac condition LR. f..II, n m.dhukld kllohon, l. batha dawn OUS HMIII All ,.
I. : lomplitoty ALL. .
MARY MOELLER. REALTOR ::: ; : < ;: 'C. I Im,
ana N m.. 1PACIOUI Mdram 515m1.lssy e Sodded lawns \ "
I.It W. Unl.ty, Ava.PR 3501313 harts wlna tat K B fir T Ttrrasie c.rgxrt, gFtr.lkm. air condition ill OFIN FOR YOU TO I* (
I tun FOOL ,Loeaiedthe CI"cs e Air conditioning IHCOMI" IU1INIS1OFFORTUNITIII 01 klMhon, full built 'In appllancoa-woridoiful JOY IIIINO AMYTIVB W

NW. 12"_ Ural Ana 1 ...,.. NW aectlon It lust on ouNldo onceotleno, AM ui about III... Company "brisk 1 M I larva .... 1T}, Musa opportunity-' woad lava.tm.M nlci rooming, YOU WILL JUST CALL f

: 14 WlHrfronlH PMpN7, ram Macias'wkl" MIcN all 1d.01al1m1,501 115.11.pThIS $16,350 $18,075 N.W. l tk Avo. |U.000, llutl.... prooarty Lot op- .
tamllydya: Nltcnls, = I I. ITS HAL '''U'. CALL 2.05 Nl tftk 55.PAM. 10S dams, 122.00 H. pralmatsly. 151' a lIr-phans I ua .... dill rust
: WINIItID CRAWFORD M study Mporgtg dining roam I JOHNMERRILL 3 ond 4 Bodroom Models .a 2-Oltl minfk.Tok. amnratls mcwoary pr.L p5 51311 N FR WNI .

"I!"TI"' r, .p.0allni_ACIII.i ne e.0dliloasss5.'Calll::I 171-Ufl.hoatad aid air, 378-1521 --- _-- __- u _- _.

a Pp. 1 rill" N N.. of Moi_ laiiller IrKs kale. tt
i r :. GLADYS SMITH $$100 cash VA -.' Myrtle.. Illll, Morrto AoaNloti 10. your kaftrMfvl brick KIT 1
I laya skslr.04 .. I IN I. U. 11 $5, GAINESVILLE'S
1 \ 1 baavn/ul visit _._ Realtor REALTOR Mul, INs L slit'sNIW New Homes KIS5iblPl, Slash I
4 Illrua. on,
It
: ", : .....:,'r't..r A..eI.'n A"n. Hlnsa, Muitltlt LI1In.Pbw ". .OM YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITY
Vlrglls Caryllha N yaIufi "I 11111
ON An;'iI I....' in $9,000 M $30,000
: .I .WA= : I Aa..a
tIVIII'C'.lD'.M dry. 1, AS. W ..
L mNd,, ,Ik'. Call 3'HIIO. phono inanSERVIC N SISONSSES S_ BY
: ; = -!l $$150() cash fHA I MODELS
: WESTVILLANW ..law..

No Monty Down BUTLER BROTHERS
New Opas I

] I.day,"",H,,,psi.Wa as.tidal 111011 Ivory VIII.Daily.. 10.0..'.. 16th Ave.. I on your lot \


II It ace .,.. Ngdlna a NaulllaI' Ca. ell llplars/NaIp at 37th St. I M..... .....
554 55555..
loss .Is W.._,_ lOINS halal llttio PALM VIEW ESTATES

Home And BuiMortgage sinessRemocJelliif silly-=..t..... ; 01 ot

HUGHEDWARDS All...1Iy aswaIMNSS 5.4 NnlA I $56.00

1 -- IIvIIY _..... WALTER STUBBJ Itviril low bash Nay $16,000 pLOW

1 .lIdolhl' CS.pla.r. Sew 051gM.. lor I ter 1..1. Ma.MplviTHE
551.0.51 saw Inc. '
sills al ..1, ISIS ItItIt hlI. JAMES CO. FHA DOWN PAYMENT ;
EMAIL bulle.av' .sad... almaNocb' 110 YOU H..g. Pa'.. -. 5. INC. .. 3555 AvauSi Tire
i P' .... Ta' Ira 5,511 rare 5151 aN.a. hene 376-5394 .01 W.,.. '4. NOTHING DOWN
: n: RAm. ... I VA
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... .. a may51 a cahaliti TV alPa 1927 NW 39th Dr. TTIa0Nas 1/11"75 these .n.U21
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taker lard ::'.00': earl 11.Wat.ra J76-7971 "We trade hou. In.Ms.I 372.4441IsIldaw $100 Cleilnt Cost
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3711045.PN I ..

Your Camlrvc 80591CVITOM Klpesbiwt ......
la "m.
M 'O cent btnwotf, forma FMONIMirJW, MiiMo'oiLilfe iMullful '(In'lck" F<.oram > 1 All I
CITY SERVICES
\ itivlciOvor Firada. of Mamas nu,. C. II"
:' ifM"IUILO IIFINANCIDoniyrol tanlol Ilyl""" 4 b.4fo m I I
Iw .Nr II Voorg lioorlono.C MIM panal.danlly' rearm.canNa11 a.1_.... maw ... RIM/

'j' rti" n...U7iFHA Wilt, klrc_ ManyMrs. Iviurlam .|.r fiwn k.iUlne .. FERN WOOD MANOR t :
TM M : It1,11mA555y5. IM bonoln ot B4.M4Fnano .
ail convoMlonol atawaat W w-Mn far appHnlmgn. $ LAKESHORE
anal to 1s iii \
year* wlll'Veoly' diocwa ot noobHoatlon. _. I fO MOSTIPNIN NOME '
a Call tonwirowFOIOYCi / "''. 05-3351 NSW .alilnON tf"1 M7g. a' If It pay 'III SIasry lame tni.hNN TOWERS 12,250 ,IP ,I ;
J. :. KISKPAIIIC Ra111arSr ally ""'1'". I IS, II\, IUIII h. ally 11,5015gealM :: .,
Malls 55 PS 15114Plso1A
ReefingC. doll sa.r.rl. 55's Ip 5555117 aim c.untrybIIls :
bull fo 55/555, w/1N : canall
1 : ', rtu DpNA I talc air, 551.301.M atNON50w0. air andltlanln' .. custom 5e.bans. NOW :LEASING 1440 DOWN FHA ,
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af I HARRtaControcur w 0105 II 14555 as ou' tarvataw ,
4I.DL OaIV5NIIONAISIN lad 1-_ p1. 1rst hams ''n WI",1y, lNNa.NW. NOTHING DOWN VA
I : "W VII'. AV' PM. 3/11/13 For oil' your rooilnt. noodl i ell ... 3611I Tor'. Wd Off N.W. $100 a..,,,. Celt
Mln" oed M onytlmp.prlcoo.' .
6 C Ant Clew P. H. J.?>C(111501NC. _-.a..t.WI_ POtTIRHII6HTS I poll L"'M""Aa.ssIV..p.nh5.at" .... Iii' I J

: .... L TO.' :7516PER I
IVTD_ GLA"hmmadlal It' "" kislal551111I m0 W. Un5! $*!.. Upkelshrlnd. / : PROM MONTH .

I fro. pickup A OWIverv. Add build ot II W. Pots Place tam I
I. loovty I v..... to your corMAUIOiNI HOME RlfAlU ., CoHMlMFlTlrlj "\. : at Now Irtck Mamas ondorconitrucKon. 14 toaVaoiii Moeii !. WALK TO ScHO U'f f :,'
AUIO All CO. .. Tllm .
155 FR fNI. 4M N Fkk your own JHAOOWIAWN "
Ml! N W. im It. .tISIA. !.. HOME VA FHA TormcI I I
IIFAIIIN AND "Ill' Tor. _ _ colon ptc ESTATES ,

i' : ... ljulpmentjACKi INO by M. gwiiiov.otforHMOd: viim workorFtMno tr ri. Garage DeerenMor ,. .PPUSnla a QUIVIRIndlvlduol 4 IR. Irkk font Celmiiclt.. Miw fI".hl", r

HI07. C..A.I ....... I... ,
llyko For Vwe Pike $1SI2S. sns Dwrn
: raon II SIpAIss.ssM00' ."INe -an&'t"1IIIaI'1mImwr' .... I t ,
_l ._". Ills Sal N w. am 4 on ttnMCM Wt -
au.ials PAiNtiNa '11II011" "' ,.r IfMUl tr .,.,. I e :11'-7:: stow I
weJb-w' : troIUoiT \J ;
i : ::: =.. .. All W.tN .via/sad Carl at n wore- 1' I
\ OIAeaN I hj I II pea FtooMta." AvolMHat one 4 rnjL Anytim.woakondo. **?** -
\ A NYI 5" .'A".. A LOMI 10faaGas. Ce. 1)41 CONITRUCTION. Cs.Pr. NW ISIS An mlOWefer I* Ivo to ,1dNl1a' 1115 Dh
Main' 0511/ liilmotoa ....,. : NIW eras moil ox r W. MlAvoMdltho LUXURY'F TUBES INCLUDE: DIRKTIONS: Wid .,

: Adeedisieg500KMAICIS, TtLEVfS1 N-- Drinking Fireplace. Ho.... Ns lii tea 505 EMS II ..b.. S Swat.-1.. Pad a RNrw/l.N Sass Utfc A... T-r. {

( TiTAK.iiiJ lao,11hd pow wIld. ...... I PRauN e Asas .5 pl.i. Greed, a Coortfojl MM* left ee Etch St.

I aha' II"OU"'NG ADVIIIItlNOAepraiicl FiCluil lull, Sail 1115do r /:u 155/4 lulls S Control AJf Condi.O OUMboTf PMiHMM *f Sfth Terrece
C. 51555510.1 ":'ls 514 1 caw541.1511.mes1 M In 1v. 1.M Dwaa SMJOM. Lockarg ..AMR 500 Ck.qe
: 37 1a7.nd c. yaw :.. .:," Sa.slill M.]n,tMj *Klr>!:.W.igr Co, Sat WIN cwvM .... sale New Brisk Hems P.* P.Kiq Apo.. a LlebNd 55daaralke
._._ tVg from 0> tl, ": town. woW to acnoM. Cons 01 BUTLER
Stoke IMI II.YAloomsI a lo Mad Cantor. unM Im.modjuo -T
: I PAINTING occupancy Mm omoilaavmom i
I TachnkKig. oMtk M yaws gaInterier dl.m saymad ..., M awn wiMerI PHONE 376-4456
i : FIIO I. AONCH.6IIAltO alas ",II __
1 qm ": -.. to"' :' a ,; 3555130 VA.. LotaWd Ml N.W. I I ft 4 --.. avin.nl' IM* I BROTHERS
: IIAL ItlAII AFFIAIIAt DeceFetlnfportal M. M I __ ggn. noM n.noow FOR PRIVATI APPOINTMENT
515,1(5gly Ml tier S.r.NI
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: W UIIIV, Aye.PH.pseg MODERNPAINTING I _-as 15590s. OPPliV
SALES
NM N. .... AMUSES IIOIU OPEN 9 'TIL S DAILY
: ...... Mach_ ..,.... portal ltd Cabin Crwt. ..,.... CO. I c._ ........ lee.I U04 LW. Irk ST. U.S. MWT. sat ELDERS
I 11r: tMrgntoo Ut.I '. I .. $51. MOOT t gw UnalFIN
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FAINtlMOINTIRtOR
HOUR 01 JO*
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1l.a 1iN1.t .N W. lean. :INN AOvalll". III Ne OR,..IKTUSI.SIassdN. MkaslN pow 7711$51 COM aTMIN or V.77IJL Butler Bros. BUILDERS .AIU 1 1S4f NI
: Maa11. WM /h ....s.a .-..-......-..- DIaasrla"- 551a$554111 I

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rA lag e.l.nrwlap. IS "*..*. ,., !.!. IS Htwojt r*. $.!. IS N.Kw 155 s.1. 41 .._ i Aa.... 42 form > .._.. 42 ..... 0 AcrggfgIM ;
41 C4ro Praowrt* 4S .n.... A"..
HOUU POR SALS. izmniR ,IGURI THIS. RURAl, ,. PER ACRE 4 ACRES 0' LIVII OAK "A" otrok t lor. "- amain I
E i kulNMSECTION N. I IR, IH both Hardwoodro. luol tank. ,. ohrabo. brick patio.Kmlor /M- $125 MOCK on Luny lo.... 1' "''. oHotmont bora hells ft otwip.ullllty 1010 I IU'' UTALOO loTi; ;;, "opinrnonli!
Mal, with SW wind.. kKpa Pit.. m. with tin- 5.05.5 ya.5. Ms dosilary 0 at ...... nw clppro*. W "'I" from Mod Conttr puoo.IM pnod. MM pMlur. Only / I lit and eomput liitchm and
hid lawn with bin.rUs plan partly olr pna* Class ta hall KNolfc ocrwnodparcn nlglmar frontogo all IMCodtmiill Olodyo Smith' "Hlter lM.no vtpt down ond bolCgrdvcp t'beb.IN KM 1515 lc Cad bath, ........ dl VtllltlM WO.mod. .
+ dawn PaVtnSn4h Khali.: larfo Ill Mealy MM.apod IIR, I bMn ISM down 0.b.... on* pom* ... W. Unl*. 7R-$151 51'50 It ; PI>. ...."..,
... 3737 NW Shill IIVM PHA ..snc.I. N you ooly P05*. M at mM umtwoooAroo _.. Only II ,.. andew.. ft ..... ..... Int.
:17MI05.NII Mill .An*. I .... I bam lltt nn Thlp l I.s MoonorON lOVILY .narMn.M.Incmq., IN
yr1 J. lot mary built' bCisSo.a toolCM0y. 80 ACRES w. ur.iv ruTuIN 41.1 COLORED RENTAL ....."'. Hot ond cold wotir prvMod
r N.W. ft CLEAN R tramp on lURURbAN WALDO t li vnoor 503.55000 ANGLO SALSTATE "'1011 Nowbtrry, portly cl....... Iw rth A.s.. noor in*
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shad M. tlltd 4 Air W. .11 W.OS
City wtttr bath
5011 dM bdro.m Nmhlb.d C.1.. AnoMk BraMr 1121 hill cods Nidrwduy poln/od/ Muso 011 N' It Coll PR 4.I4HIPPICIINCV
Lc It > 140. I MocM tram UMv. k U/.APP. Ac.. Wn/ .. Acres SL w.
Muse on cocoon ocr* CMOc ... RALTORNawhory
ACRf J A. ,
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r. Ctrportt. ,, till Ala .11II lairs lot. On" 5110
Avp Des Only 05OO down Acres Man town APARIMUNrl. 534month.
5o15nllN *>h Writ MM Olin.VIlio ,
lit 000. Will 'and W wnontr Imotwlaa w ...... *> Of grand OM I family' homo I 44M N. W JIll N.P10011370.4137 000 b.lola" .any aymwla. Psael 50.74.
for 7" P. 0. Oplno
141 INanu5 oeroopt Sic. now moot W C111 17..1121.
%' ,onytknoI ovpancy Avon phon pop PR inn.It I3M Sill I *R, I ...... Flo. mv, ... oil.lIy i 0014 MARY MOELLER. REALTOR 'LUGI _, wsr0, ..c.1On dCation
Contral Mal I car an 101* W. Unlvtrtlty Ala wort OMyr 0,000.
v $ Too Hotffy .11toIt-I' landocwod .....Pm.. Lot 100 a "*.* ** tocCt .- COMPORT M ACP.I1. Mm 11m... 120V 257 ACRESONLY I'RId471 NOW RENT ING IMCO. all NIL Him Avail. II OK.NIW .
t ond pmtr ipoclal to*. land MM ,..... KA.ol. Ph.PR I In 5510 010.1 sans soar Gals... ,_ W.... COLOItO WHO modern t IR *... Pond,.
1 ,$325y "' Only 3 par cons down and 0.311. VIII"" downtown. wlll.or..,. ... lack{1th tocXdM Kir 41 CeIerH 'repeot .05.. 0000lOtsnbO. to.$1 iulry and POR DINT 7 OR, ar11/0Y Nnishad ;
minimum _I.. Coll .,..,. ta 50rolMkpa. .comer M Ion*- ItorM ono. UOOO. $165 ..n.... oro. mwltm kltrnon with a o11lona
too at nil Norttwatt m Ttr- HOMO. Laka Santa F. 4 =... IMV ..... tlwoao clowtt. _*. 1 worklyg31430111coups.
y 650o.Y room, I baint, ttudio oitwrHiilamgt 'I i LAIR OINtVA MOTOR /! PER ACRE NOMII fO* IAII I. Rears. II/S .."'" Mac 55.1 ...,
map.CCI deck, L__ I ., .i 541100. t _.... "
Y IIOMI. I SR I 51.714 wfllt cmtrol ...,. In mcalMntcoMltlw. INVCSTORtMold. TRAILER. PARK mlI $1,374 011 yar IncI.... MIl ...... ,. or ond bet wars toclllTor ... ;
wear front. ._. 4 term acres PIUI. .. wtltrtront fun bonk her I ...... ..... .. 1.11 bons "' nro h.1 DUPlfX IV. rise AI
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r' a. s* bison. .badud Saws lp.'.... ,............ 157011. Wt NAVE MANY OfUISTS *. For Ml mormotltnUniversity i PR .1171..
FREDARNOLD FORDYCEREALTOR utlnni .. Mall It, cprnor 011 TMII TYPO orOPI 44 Cett.... hr Rawl
0335 I tro i PR5er.7c 1 50.50 con. lot, lirotogk ,.co...... RATION. Oil Of wit tar cal CC/ I MOVE xtraom.INN ono bath. 4( Unt.maKod' APh.TTItZiE .

p rj W.' WoMmon. OwnorIII MARYMOELLER furttur 400MMWINIFRED Realty bwnw Low dews ,.......,. LOOM I lit. 1UfII_. 1.r sltpa 00.00 >i -'CIOlIan;;;;: ;:
) N. Main (t. H. CRAWFORD N N.S. 7110 T.... or taunt, hot and) cold witormduoX 0.E Pm."lolnt nn O0min111w.
I, root ottoto kraMrml III! N, Muln St. McCoy" OOIIISII M rant olouary 001. Cur 'ow 41 ml from town GeM loco
N. Malro.a Ph 31.4311W day 3747300 J Klrka/rich Los lion tor children V) mo CoY
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372-8404 NEW LISTING In Hock tens t. R. 0 K. MI' w Untoonn As.MwnborMull
13500 buyS *M shaded '110. Plo N. '''10. NUIIMI Ook
UTI'UL Sirs Inho lnlloy 106lo1wIIII'I bMlraom ills bath Ptoon laro wtodid llsIs
tai 150 SOhCICoS Sod t rMtrss.n. .._ nom Hi ncolltnt condition, f HAtarmo noma con bt booptit :rillT km IMInf'
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With larva living room, largo HID holey. bo opm Irpm .i o'clock twf
;N WhMs room ,. ohxtvirplocp. des, Oct. ,I. JIM W. Univ. Av.LARGO.. May 0,1,11 '.I .Moron.' Gross i
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( el... to Khoolk 4 br I bilh homo with plmpM
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wild odlolnlnf lomlly townCnhM A''IA'' ''' WAN" 50" 211 '
I txlr..... larpa antro llvlni largo room Htch with n N. W.Mal lICe.ash.....air"UM cooflliKnlot with- room lomlly built .room M ,kltdion corpotlng.diipoMl one. .Pastor. part mull or rondo MI hi with...homo.......

,with Ic tlM brooktoot floor trap.".and....*conic far' 1- -. = to othor on p tooturoo largo N.TMo I*. ipllt tat Mud bt mnltonl III,. Writ
500. back acr..nd Wdt. Cal Cprdvcp J7HD4. baa /5.A oro of boo.
FLORIDA PARK Comfort of
Oar 1101 toot of aKirkpatrick
Ilvlnt .rw In Squats..... too IHiK act* wooded .... > bodrpom, ,,IMPLACIIng WANT50-T" a sMty Kraunlmorwsd
roam. 1111 MM Only I sled .."'.. oulwd I kitciwi In s aai fVSp ,. dk. vollon Mi lied wIM g .d tt
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control hoot tiaji POT "" knchon Sold Florida Room mito.
P You 3r. ow. In. 0111101 5S UUOIOtoloMct.INVESTORS' c It. M largo lot In Pbiloyprop. VnrH,Jl Jf.
will n.sd gibing around IM firs TItle Ip wry plct ........
pi thp yaor M ....teIII.. Call fordrco rmj. 40 ...... Pss.os01..
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bath Mu.S In Hack Ac.... l..
pantrvo ontartalnlnf Pfta, ,....- Low milnlonanc ranttd IP. tub.otontlal FORDYCEAuoclatat GOODBUV
a y ...... Iwo oar Onclo.dfans. I Mnonh. $1430iris.. ran. 3W w IMIM IIAw. .P 517Univ.
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,l.ct.d will III Clly' Consider.wars. Own.N your pttlco. God ,rOMon let. oolllnf, MooltprAupclattt & Pierson

5001. N1os. M osi Malay 5.11.55 Ou010y Sw/don 42 rn.a A--..
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i Tw.KIRKPATRICK ARNOLDREALTY 'roncoo Hough lira OwldonMulllpio ACREI .50404 1104. 41il1151
Lhllng DpoNortu rwrtk of OtlnMVIIlK Only UNR
COMPANY W Unl*, P tcrv with Mod $ "".. WOO
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Mooltar UI. W. 'Vnlv Arrows ItTATII IIItNIlIT TRW OSALTY
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f AUOCIATIll' \ I .-... b>m.W op.plloncoi ACItIl 4 ",I. IW N AI........
Ploys Mattiioim Iran III"""" .1 I Jim dwaapra Jon Coldwoll mil to won carpal .."'. wall.. S00a ar1k. 00Ao10thclly
T Copt A. W. ._.. USN. *ttr P. w. HOOPO Ill KaikmanWaHrr panolod ftp. ,..... lap at IM NW oIaowr 11" w _
'n Lovli Klr lm4 In "' ItpMard Jimmy!. Oroon_ 30m Tar or call 111-"" 447.1 44.Mar 4_-PM.III _

of lime for you to make your choice and move

in a new Kirkpatrick and Pierson home before. really

cold weather arrives They're designed for comfort and C

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I spacious: three and four bedroom models Inspect them
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v n ) $13,400 to $18,200

GRAND OPENING

Steven Four Heights /. Nothing Down VA ($100 Closing ) I '


.Irick- Colonials* I / Colonial Mod.rn Contemporary' You'll save money on fuel and

doctor bills In o Comfort Cottar

II L..Isi Payment .tort at $79.34 dltiO led home. Owens-Coming

0.11. LiNS 010011Ii fiberglass Insulation and not
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Capital luHdan, Inc. ural gas central) heating mean

111 3724361 temperature control' for
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Luxury General Electric built-in Oven and Range INCLUDED AT 50'4 I w **3< \ *l '

NO EXTRA COST. Terrozzo tlooa Real plaster walls SidewolVi '14,500

All city ..rvic You'll pay just $65 per month including taxes sand TROPICANA I
insurance.. Three forge bedrooms two
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Now sed BAND Iliad RADIOS IIILr moor. ,will'only.1.1hkel rw mint ond m'_"HP 511..1 cond.will SON.IIOIy "II WW beovly 0,5.31,157rsr 0 ov.rtIMs, Ilk. ...:.. ...../. I ATTENTION HAWES-POWERS co I 11

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INC. Will: Mcriilct' Sir UM tor 'S2 MERCURY
411 W. U.Iv. Am PR 14717COMPLITI use, 7513 iw inn II. rf" N NASH Vory ooMndobtt 504ece..mka SEZ
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HAM Itod'II '- I1ellon" tt iioo Sin oHtr tvtr IIM CollItM c.llm.1II.I. ATOR FANS!
mall ..,....,. AN. for J. .. .7I-IwI.:
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w demON Mock, HIM complttt kH. cIM, BM lor Mrtormmct T,_ ..cnYW.1oelNio ,,,_ WANTm- The l
Jim Vtym Ill NW Ill, Avt!, tool. All nukn md modtio., ed. Call 3fl-54. Old
Pl MASON If Chryiltr built Clui mod cm Poy top
IPICIAL until curs Hiwo
Oct tt only. tut hovers Motor C.. Air Con* V AIR cmdmonod.... OLDI N. pled. Call fob Adorn* FR 1 FashionedCountry "CONGRATULATIONSTO
NEW LP OAS TL."i.-.: condition" O7S. >!., I.M Nl Iftn PI, City
Number our (M tUnmf lorvktnf Conttr. TM N. 372.3321
376-3588
I cyllMori ply c.m.pnI.or I Maim el. Phont FR tIMI.SI or CARS WAN 110. ....w Pied,
A mil "'...11......, nody to .htiltcontmkolly '44 VW KOMII IUI ft CnwroHH. AI HtrMM Si.... FLORIDA'S \
oil toe MM tolMCoot M'LL'' L ION' 5u40 ,.1.".. Law miNN.. Mete 0. $1751 N .....1.1ott. !In .../ ... fll || din ...
8-1411 only, 115 U down). 1'1I,1. ..1y wok end Snicks ... Mull NII 11I1. w1M. Cell 1
PROPANE LP OAS '.,.'.... All well Suer5laad. NN 17"_. Hoe DownIS
Ardor Rd- FR 4-11II Miwthamo'na"
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SINGER 15 AirttMdklUn fir $01.TNU H.......' Odor fuyt STILL GOING
,. H7M lia NW 4th Avtl InventoryReduction

N AUTO ZIG ZAG W""Moowol Iris FORD I OR, Mdm '.. foodroupnoHtorod. ON ATNorthcsntrol GATORSON
.-....... v.r p.numb/ a5 my l.IS, Moly dew m1er. e..d -'Y
Reel N. sn.c11mOvls m.6 lilt 1 M Mmio cmvtrtikM.. Con bo won ol nos '
N. Person wilt 5004 ce.dil5.. Dayton. wut III ho II NW Tor. onytlmo iflor | Fl.. .
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by.....Om.. Dtl. eolrittviiii' *to Ouoilfy mass aS n5,tor md_Mount'II. Prlvoli,poy. M01 CATALINA hordtop R ft M. Automobile Dealer
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.,. Mud toll lncMlmt. ....... thrtut .. SALE ."
DOWLINOt UPHOLITIRV Aoklnfion' I7HIM.ItN REGISTERFOR
I .4< UnhinililMt] A li. a1 Mackl.." i T..IICOMPLETE Clwiri" "tow M H. No ......., "'WD JI.I'Flood swll.m for wNM Mrs/INI-'or.145 CHIVROLIT. htrdtop. V'I
down, "tow M u THE
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I '...11''Itdm Oulp..d.' A..I.. IncludM IMM MW, km MW, Hvtry ......... All wiN fviran.UT II 1M N. 371452.INI t-MM. 59 Buick door. radio heat.,.
\ .1IIe OCt. IL CNI. PR 61317 Mfr.1y wn or, md (tlnton" 1551. Plusw 11..7111. CHItVIL.1t U 1 s r o..... "* PLYMOUTH oMtr Furyi A3 VALIANT I
I'" lltmt sold only Auto." RlImCNIsot.. 1..14. .1.. INI: GRAND PRIX PONTACSierli .. 00 18.000 $
I TRADI"nSS3
I r"wm. con in-ii/t. All .tobiMM" I've 545 ".. 3744500. Doe,.,. Altty ..euIliadcw 4 door ifdon. .. 1595
: 47 HfMff ft* Rdrt '11,.. S melee lnel_. DItYIRI ? fySSilt 4530 CNOVROLIT "_. SKIN' 6 Mr .:_. FR H4IS UnlvmHy miles like new . It It. .

tcro* cultlnf' procloltn tool. O/RAT01f 4 DISHWASHmtIX"0 045. 10111.04. 00ed. Nov tins. City =-aa
I I. HOUSIt I.",.. Mokt mt M ....?. Ouor Trod. your air' ffc *"" ... 376.4050. DSM. .loll CORVAIR *dr. Ridld ft hot*. $795
L.catd 5 Archly SA P.orftct for tntot A-I .00 111pA' 100I Nl I7HIPrlvo. M 0011. .1,015 ... tr, out. ,,_ Trodo tor'ItM 1 tloor. ..utomatictra.ullia.io.
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I 3761451 SAL' Haler, 1 .._ am noodo Mini CM I7M4N WMVONI .Is.CwPS13111. ....
TWO tadroem Mm furnhnod orwtfumloliod 64 H-4 Cub SN.01. 01/6/ OM round I 5d .n 00:37 .. WANNA MOVING 63 Olds -- heater bolance of new car $| CACwarranty
I IM Prom Dicta. sloe fermks tbl. 55 melds. 7oJ 1
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flo'd.' I Iwlitorod Donlin' Shyly, lolobod Owes IMf PONTIAC Nan 'a. .* Mf HP OlIor "98" 4 door hordtop. full ax
and choir _.... kootooiH, ON' .IKI Meta, tnt ht wMor CUM u.. "...... now .. ., CNIVeIY1/iI0 .$'114-
f OWKM Flirt t..... 515531 wed": 04 -*. ,-. ".. n MMw ortflnol trie ::::= == powir. Including air con.dlNonlng +
; 41 Hwvs fir .... U...... dlnlnf WI.. PR .= 4 d' 700", 4 speed,
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pttcntr Md MM Ml Slid olnor ROLLAWAY 510 wINS All .111 In food =:r."T fORKHI COuple osmM.a.bNN. ay.. radio and

WI.......lions. tor ..Mvtral..,. I tr wmirnimod ant I tr.Pordyct S Itomo.*..oM Nttrty NW .Ml Nd AVI.Pirmllun Phono slit I.e. case tub,'.'.: .*: ," drtvt cII..J. T, 01.,1.. hr W ticilfl NP.M. 7101 IIW CIIId.TIll .! hooter .harp . . . 1495

,1 ft Auaclittt, Inc. _"_ rW 'Ifo u. pb0w PS HIlL 1 3095 .
rWIYtltow" FALCON * Rtlltirm HOLLYWOOD dells kid with .bn SICS/TAR DIN. Motor, now lint, A. 1eorId. .
l 1'51 OLOS WNr N P5. N.
1 W. univ :momAVAILAtLS llnwnono '1110' ,. md m........ 0111 TOLL LAMP .. Uw mHMft ..1205 tn14 111 end .......'. 05.1.6" ........3737... II' P, 'A4 H 00 4 door radio. ,

I '.. I "'II. NOVIMMR Pit rm., dlnlnfrm. I Ml chtlrt Motol, m.kiiehM:IH4l..tolls. will, tour fULL CALL-5lZI 'A'Y 176/,10 CR/S '' :.1.55 very .r.-: 5neltlse., Plod ''60Rmbbr 00 FIAT I hooter reo' .hlrp. .$1 095 .,,

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or 3124W.v.Nni dre-= 216107 I now "booties 0171.Pt.
i trod clwlr" Silt Ni tDOd cent On.InN P1150. PrlW::7. : ilotion wagon,' 6 11. 1.IY.d. .
Id.2175MPSfllm. .
I in.fNltlimos m NW noMMI CALL MMI IlL _. Cell IIIor IAIWITINOH00I .. FORO AUTOCHEAl' Mr: .4-JJ4I. eyl t standard transmission fs 63 PLYMOUTH trop'
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...110' 1m W. U.I. ..... phony 1tIOIDAIIt./ .IPIiOIIATOR 11CO. 3782866MPOIIIIIONI txcdlltnt transportation, .
) 0., 4 Yn. 111. SIN wills 1. ,. WMhtr, .... 50Ca.ool. 14 VOLKIWAOIN IMM twin.. minion/ radio heater power steer* $1AAC
3711310 "
...,....... TV. HP 171. 14 cvl Itcond .Id''". Purchoood C..Olw. Gen $ 77.7
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.PURNISHEO I IR NOUN MllprMolltd" lows mowor' MiTth'll I _1.1.. 41 RomWor. AmtrlcMmd mony ,., Ikonnd 'III.Look .., Ing, air conditioning ,
( Ito NW Ird ...... L|. timed TAAPFLIANCIS Gaol 4531451." CsIl 3711731. 541 '41 RomWor AmtrKM Motion wow lilt now. lot ,
.... curd wits' N/Nn,. Sar10h Ttttod and __ N' "11'5160'5 ./. wI.pp liter wilt 110 NW 1* PI. :ITI-ITSo.__ ___ SIIi! I
pit. Avolloolt Nov I for imon a ...,'-..... .... 111 50 011 hwtr. $3005 OTIS wilt I mmti |T3PN, Cod J74-M11 ; .t'l t .
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M noun. Cit J71OWII 17 WoohtrlI tram SIP :: UII NI GAINESVILLEAUTO "'

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1 01115 oil Anchor RA t DdnwMktn ,from smite. cwitonl .'.,... it 5 Duty tt, CMI Ills irtor d.N $1695
Will not N "' 1. P1 :I7WI.L 11 TV hallOUup Mt w lomlly en HIM Ls/rb Rtnl P. M. 1007 N. M. 15.Ph..o tronamluion htottr. i solid I -J. / air cond., VS a b.auty. .

or. m N W :M tr. $IM. JIM VOYLII 'APPLIANCI CO. Htctrk ohomotMT ... McDonltO PR 2.'tll blu. I
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MARY lilt MOELLER W. Unlvtnlhr' REALTOR Ant DISCOUNTPRICES OIl Malsr ka55aw a14 1Nnm.r _II... '..AT FORO, WW.I eyl,'I OR. H ft H. ..... $1795 II.To bo |!VM owoy, on Sol Oct '62 VOLKSWAGEN :Xs$ 245AO :
PR 44171 I dNM poeler I M otllootlon bit nflinr 'I
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41 ..... Fer Rnt W undtrttll/ tvtrybody. WW. 62 Chevrolet wl5.

f I HINT HENDRIX'FURNITURE COMMIT CUM.* fir noMMrro..1ck to*twlpmtnt. too 1 or. M CHf VROLIT. 4 OR, II I H, FAIRLANE'/ 50' 4 Joor> autoIStatiC :
ROOM FOR COrlnritan IT. $ I
contort L. R. 1IICIII..1IUo ,
IN PRIVATI NOMe 4-Doo, Italian 9
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Am. N ,11II I1.CLIIAAN10 Haut .13IY
tat NW m court rrp. pai ingtr. powf HMconditioning JUST A JEW OF .NMmhsrofi. radio! heater. V8 II Ie.. ,I62'IMPER'IAL
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17IM11NICILV d tor .. OUO-THIRM Motor wilt Mower '51 'OItD. .21 .
PURNIIHf ROOM .... 171-.... ad 0e,0sf 100101. .b pod '51 CII/VROLIT 4510 g" a I r 'radio, OUR MANY'
dltltn UN. I'm cenvtrtltif "to 'N FORD Itltlon I1N htattr, solid _hll..
vsnlev$ II Said ond U.I. Pr. LACK CONVIRTIILl to,.. Woem Crown 4 door (
... / hardtop ,
rM studtnl. MATCHING CH..,.. I .... ,. _! Plont J714M7"IVIRYTMINO AI Htrndtn .... .. notion14II
rbuslIi tfSr ..... I ,lmM coHM ...... IM.IRANO DIKOUNTIO'' lilt II TOP BUYS! pow. steering, power "
L J71.'' .., $1895
tan .
mw ttti Nd. chilrU H TRIUMPH 1PITFIR14.00 :
7 IIDROOM MdiprlMlt belt _lot .,,L pllttorm. rockorl IIJ.. mllM. SAM, MW Sire. "1OL brakes, radio .hooter, air condition. $2895 .
Motors NfWs. cOrien. w NIW t x 11 rut. nymriytn .....
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$3.05. 011.11 If hew. .
tit X tM lliNICI '11. PS" .117. pill Him ktck wind! 455 '.'. Pry dill..". Moy tad trod Coll :17M7I7CORVini ["', nice. ., ,, r., ",.' . ,
ntni .... Phtnt ITt-ITN iHor ITINORAV ItO 64 FALCON L
WILLIAMS SIRVIC C.NT.1tH. .
ROOM ctoM-ln Unfit tdouolo .... 58 MGA '_
':01 limNtnt d.nd.1locrllkd
Off strait Mrklni, .......... 54. 3717137 .
Ael awOCall "".' 131 II M PI 1, TWO MW Hor hirntcoi tti.,_ / lloor turnoct will! 3765151 Mttr! lot UOM: ..M.OIIt' Dtk.. 44r. ......., ll.ht MM station wagon 4 door,
171.151I.'U.IIIIH'D Mil nnlnlitdi 171 co....' M.ItTl..3:: (taut, silly \vt yoon 'M VOLKSWAGEN Roadittr, ,radio hfotfr, ,lit meldllno" "'tolor,. loll' 62 RAMBLER automatic transmit. ,;.
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IMPALA 4r Hvdtod.Itcltry'il. "" 'H.
224 NE "d Ca$115 now. will nil nw solid rid,
13th .
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ROOMI llocHIIrom ,. D.LSO. MhN1.y'N.Nm.6
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51,0 015.0 p5. wilt
45. P045244.115W own. radio heater iteering $ r
Mon ACpower
J.on': tw lot AMColl .- l01I W'- 'slits! ISM, eM ,. power. | I
I p.M. Mill.Iud.nli 66 M..... Pit 141.OACIIPICI I i 14 ctmplm. Irilltr fir I :m-tt3t tfttr I P. M. .ItO IC5Neel.. Only 55m100 $795 .$1945 brakes, VI. I DVD
inly. lilt noimiMt Mi* ConloctMr I / like 1'.w. 3S 'HI'
JwM, tick'I Grocery Ftlr, '58 PLYMOUTH FURY ,
T tr fotOMtonol rnon HoU, .
Mu65NIwN: : l. 45111: mono, wittrllfM, torntdohur.rleonololloul loctory bunks Slick thin Otldm CommmdfR4H ..... $2695 SPECIAL 'steno"' wagon 4 door ;, '
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n21 NW 1111 N. C.II 111-01. _..... loll vory MUIT IILL lolvlnd b Ocl n. Cold- Oed cond. 17mH 'A1 RAMBLER

FOR RINT-Roomi Md opt,. Al c..... o>> ...H,. nt-nn loot soil' Ole cond, ...... OTU VOLKIWAOIN ,.... Ilk. MW, ..r 61 VOLKSWAGEN '' OI automatic transmit

wilt pelt'. bolt. eeN. SMrsllClRN.eiohIi FORMICA",, 37"52' ; Ilk. nm Cut UN MN list, M mlloo/ MCrMki p"" KwmM 54 Chevrolet, 61. CHEV. lion radia .heater steering, $ nnfIt
.. .. Ohio : power |
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cols, Vk mL t. Mis it Mono UMt, kooJ Nil Nl tlth T. 11.- *, AIM 2-7255 coifs Ion
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amity, "< Mkmtpf .Oommvllli IM i Imniciilitt' itondord tronimlwlon Ill Air Mr. MMH, I cyU sttn- .conditioning. If.'L," t. I
,. jOvlllly gtnolittry wort dry .,
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64 CHEVROLET IMPALA lord trim, Air Cond, ROIl
GIRL 70 ......Me.... lfj.li; clutch bod JI
L'OH'f HOUllllnP'lNG room IICYCLI-lll DIM J CALL 487-2381 $1295 Sours cltM
"' I1l 10mNhsd." Weiln5 Sill III..', UTMrlntt -T '
TONHOLIl rr01" ALL 1T15L pmtoM Mot tor Mil. : }
Cell with
'II Chovrent MHnmod wooon 120 '61 PLYMOUTH $
PR ..:nil, out, im. Cell 1715701 Good N, s5, dock. M N.: Ilr I $1.745. ITUOINT IPIC. "J VOLKSWAGEN $1245 .teSt NdaderdS
e Sore kul ucHllct toro Moloco 195
COAL "U Plymtulh' oorfocl con ,
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Owner UJS. Ph mn t,15Sm1ai0".6cyL ... .
50 Mffllf Hull Al mill 71 eonp/. Dol......... tr OM it I, Unlv. md Now a.M* meet to mllM. IIM. PhentPR H. a. .
I ... Call 01.1175. TIIII Suyn _....-. L.... 4 40H.lf $1395 '61 Corvifr t
U If IDT MOIILI HOW Mrnnt. MwY. 71NrwIMnN.. '
p I IR vim' TV on orlvolt. --z FOR Mil ,,,". OvomWitor" eornT l IMPALA wtdf iMrt. 4 wood 4 '11oo,; airtoinfltlc"/ Irani00 ,
tot Call WHIM lltir I P. M. RES CANE Mete tool, triltor, md n eiiorllnf powtr Mooring, krokM. ndkj, I 62 VOLKSWAGEN "700" 2 61 DODGE DODGE : Ii j
'coupit.ndord
Sell ..._. door million radio '
t I* TRAILIR lee rtnl, tociMM 11510' aINA 'I' "". J. All In Oac.t kooitr CMI Km it ]n- ot7 Poort whlto, rally WIW oWl I SfQClanter. i
... tee Tern SwM. HIWtIIorM.UI.D lam .. S crlllcs lor .m 1 y .... trammlsilaifftft ro-. ...... / To
Armor Portal HUM 5175. Cell 425.1101. r M Mr .. 1._ ....., V power iteeflng/ V8. t. . ',
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wet frttor pelvic Coon Oct. II Ndo end vfI I cvL. lutomitlc RkM lilt,.
'I trttaIMhf. 545 U u 7 lllOI/rowOO. POOLEGABLEMOTORS $1195 Klrp. I .

I.i II....opt.. Mtiii'. or clio,", 72 tHIUdKSrt'AiSiWii5 f4sipt..stNSD S895 '' 4 door automatic tra.smis59 Iii'I
i. 1. | >.MlMWAREHOUSE COX VOLKSWAGEN FORD
WAREHOUXPR A PLAC/ TO .IT DttI'I $1495 .isnL radio, heater
ItrrI' rte
urn uN III IrsOle croll' oil S ,.. DOOai-DAtT $495
;f NATURAL Autumn Mm $995 llice. . ,. .:, . . .
;1! FOR HINT IM MONTH IM mink 015W. Os.W St w.. TR'JCKl 600Us .

i JH-IH1 17"1I51'i I,,. V.114 1 .acrt Pill 004 PAIKIR I COMPLIT! lit II lit Avt VHUtN '
OP'ICI OUTPITTiRlkvy
; TRAILER SPACE 475 HW 111II PL PS r 61 ALFA ROMEO [ III
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FOR RINTM .la tarlnl. Dirk Slots ImmteulitoMndlHw p o w f r 64 CHIV. 158 FORD $445
luring. brokts, : .. real nice. .
t MONTHMtwborry 0' powf radio r.

__Tribe Pi*. !! =siSi.NIATIS 155 N 115 WITH NW fantasticBargains' Rombtor 4 dMr ttorto $2195 h f a I f r. automatic iapel0 c_. N/an011t. pi
". Fit. a sell 17,501. WMM. I dyl, ottndord trmoHo transmission. .14. INN. w5111s wills' lid .Imale

TRAILER LOT for rant POs IALII IMM ITU Co.* m........ ,551145. "........ 5ewroan tier essdl '57' MERCURY 4 doof> .utolllOtlc
\ 111' i itr. itiody oit A MhosRoodnoorU' mill SI1". l fllMl ctnd *, I7M 61 VOLKSWAGEN I...
$1095
314545.11.A "' Dolsil MIc_.. ran.misx395
y&r&fjatj! rod Old
lien radio hooter.
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MILTON MOTORS -tilt, 55hI 01551, .. >

W.. T. Rod ODDS AND ENDS M N. MAIN IT. P" .4-7171 I $1495 $2875

WANTIO M vnnintllMd wilt 5KINNIR 1 PAISSANKS 0 Mi:1I7 .vory tfI1CI m0ddSS 11i "_ 58 Renault
58 ENGLlSH'.FORD r $395
moot, tr dupes., I '"== IA. HIATIDI'FOR IALI"uiifAr Mnil55.it,thIsO ewMllITell.. 59 CHEVROLET
; III lloor Mr Iryni lursilsa sill. ,esISf Hut, I door, VI cum. 4-Door, rodlo I hfoltr,
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PR HIM. 1sCa1 knosollall (L ,
N woe M iMto), Mdlnt mtchtoM chockwrlioro. TROPICALPONTIAC $595 CNUr, OPEN '
THRU. bedroom, I ktltn tonvPMtoiy CNI 37Isw ,ism =Is I COM ........., cMculit.kt 1 '
himiontd Mi food N. W.or N J1IoI741 tier 4. '
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57
I. W Ant. II* tt tnt Sec i3j5iiSr rrrr Pot 1111 eohmNy lie. T..teII 54 JIM $295' PLYMOUTH :: 245
mt. Cell Corolyn holey PS 1 -11-..... w_ M II.I SUNDAY
_D'JJfJ R o-nii fill COLO ORINH SOX wilt N 1M MICS.We "" .
wets MOSS 4 MOM, OH Ml IMM it titled 102 NW. Irb Afn I .$195

12 Itirfdn WlMf! mm Sim tlr MkM Mit7TAIikV.ri M 15i/pmal, MOST HIAIONAILI 2.2HI

.!oCt,.. Impact WRSNCH willi> FULLY lARANTIIOIIMINOTON 1-6
11NIVIIOITY OPPICI qUIP. MELTON
ROOM and BOARD Ots Hiti lie, /5-100 U0S CN/Cod PIOCTICTOS CO.
STATION WAGON
ty SALE
ON ntnti iwmt eooxxif mmvkt 1117 NW lIt5PS /. :
VACUUM
.SANIR '
m IW tnd PTictOIH 315 111 TOW_ .455 a P1 11150 Value Rattd

iti. 1-4 Np'iMckoViNbii Mtctrfcj tyM rH"r. '62
II ...DMI1ICURITV | ..... *>J III' NW llffl It CHI Vo.- Illll UndonoMd meeWO.. Used Ce,. M..I MOTORS COMET
.. .. Good _".... Coil WH7JI m.
er t 'M BOG MOTOR CO. -de., outomollc, RtH, vary
IUILOINOIW .
W. UnlMnHy Avt. Pint FOR SAl 0571' 00(551 HIATIRRIPOIIIIU MM eondliion. MM.. whit, wilt, THIS WEEK ONLY
OMtt __ Air ant, sinus P fwril. FR 6.2 71 MiNlwl Mere....... Cellos oWe....... 703 N. MAIN illICIt 4 rod mwlor. I r
Ier. trMInt ......... JsN.avlcO ... 2001 NW 111. St.
..1...... CIII PS 44INPR 0 $1.r .,;i 255 :SPINET ORGAN FR
or 1Ltl.f lof md '"_'". Rwnd ..... Oft1 mpi. l Id. WIN wulo lor C-7571 $1295

..." .. llr kin ewe torword tnd email 01' 374.3150.
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IARKLEYMOTORS :
beses.e. 535. Mlkoll' I.s. u1695
P5 1011 P: .01wmt alt It. N11Nw LOcel:: .is M.aMM ........ III w. WIlY Soy IIuy s s MIMi soil.orsed IIm"P10051 I .
Unlv Avt. WS-lttj.
v 101oeenet PR 65551 td.1N./N d.lonodl '
.PFIC_ "DOWNTOWN '"M rout, '11 NASM Vary dlfinollld and wIM Scbin ktndi CMRIOLIVMUJIC = CRANELINCOLNMERCURY 64 FIAT
AcroH from ,.... NMIoMl" lor*. -Ic. .tronwortotM.' Roooy C/1IS M 51010. d I
Coittoct hello Owflu HI N. I. .. attic tvor i.. CollUROS .. CD. "IN THE AUTO AMI- 4d. MM. I1H. beets. wow 61 PLYMOUTH !" p win%l &:
I : 175.1305. C.0M ..
Mill N. OoMoivlllo. Pit 17> 8ARKLIT'S THI NAMI" =nd wm IM loom* .. .
I WtwOM I:M hid I, VHI DUO-THIRM. ",... fTU 171-4341 2201 R ...... St. power brakes, radio, hinter '
531 SAFE
I I 1. Ottd,.,.1/,.cond S9S.. tiMor Ml NW noodo MHl motor A... WILL Choke trmtor* lovr tt MtMt niMniiMt tr miiolt oorty n t-n BUY air conditioning V$. ;. .', i ,, $995

14 ....... ....... Cell I-II/L aLi PM M MVUMMS I* Wuftur USED $1495 : J
( tXntt P.... Irodt kick.Mvd CARS

SMALL w..N.555 w ..... .PFAFF ZIG ZAG Mt Wvrtltor .... willi FOR THE CORRECT ....
DAN 'YRD ....._ eats MN5 b.11N Nov. 4 moHon: fM M> poymtnn. 516 S MAIN STW 11.0 CHEVRftI.ptI..r' vtes3
M novi f flint Si Mn TIME
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WARIHOUM 376-8268.nt t* N. .in HutuMtnM maL tin MllchM m, Voncy'wl/hiel mwrSe.nli 1011'Ci.=5l. J.* W dotor_Unlv IARI.A.o. PMUIIPIN1T PIANO. CO. FR 2.1411. Hru Jl. v Mr Hort Mr Bit. '61 PONTIAC tmnimitsian./ .radio Mater VI] air $1 095 I

.( IntHMrltl Ctnltr Itttltnv loid now tut (time' IM orloond Platy MWI MfklMni W Ph.m, FR :4s : SMI conditioning./ I . ,-i. .
5ntseO-holes = :-= MnlrIl"M.141Cll. iii.... ..... Robuxt NM4 .r nd PMMk CourtdtyO* VIIII Itt. WIfM.MAiltmnt lade.
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fbn ITORI 4 WARIHOUMtMCt. MM toctary mum pUMd $-.lot IWy Ur, very Ones 4 door itetion .

i UK Jibe MtrrM Httlltr. ToMvntoil RADIO tor VW. Wt fUlly...mrtnliid..... trrlvtd .....". >.. MHH It. tt I'" A... 60 CHEVROLET wag .1 II
371104 1151 ..W WATIR Mil, SJj yw w WI M tor MlFOR ,
I Iw VW "_Iy... irHtor yoe nw5k0. 0100.LILLIAN'O II
foil HAH. rat H. ti tnict. w4tnntiiit. tit y>ms NITC N. Mole STOSIii j I $1995 t..Iuio.. Nlclio. Ie.t.r ,.we'
mi tor mt. CwcrtMkW. II I. $995 l
.......... told hciHM ..., AIR-CONDITIONER 111510 RIDGWAY . .
It Coll ,... IALI mid cmom ,,_ tftl MOTOR CO.
I tttHfl partial ALA.CHUA ITU. iiivtn. w Complete ;
RIALTY, AIMOATIt C.. 171.1145AMlilLLA .kA Wt Mt rocotvod mttotr > 60rl.'RAM" : :
tood tt MM WM MHfM .I'L".I.R' W
I 7..531. ....... .30 aeNI wet 1 .. iiw 5,5_ 55500 OW5' : '57 FORD 121.45 :
_lid Ir L5etrw.. p5n. .l 5 lie,.... 550 Mmli IN5 Mi NI Stockof NOW TWO :, .. $545
$6 ...,... Opeat.MR1.IU1L0i .555. ... .eel .Jt. 10 molt Tirmt tie III .AIII LOCATIONSTO .
,. ..a... t'ILLS WUIK CINTIR, IttJ : .51/31 _. -Ie. 1 1'
..ARTM"NT eewlriy ti lIMo. ..... 1111411 "' .. Row. Wry tMd meouo.ca 1.
PRICID M Mle wn. 5200 5T
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mw L 531537., 15.0504 el_ t.N1mM ....... 00131 II dOL VTO ;;-1711NM ftmaim. SERVE THE GROWINGGAINESVILLE dlm 158 '
m IIW 531 A. 5u.Id.ol. Ier .37.01 .,_, ,.... ITU SW. lido IOId ,.. STUDEIAKEI gWis.eted ut.
cent 5cofl.A 5151. ........ NN N' 711I T.., 13700 one 4 II 'oM 1965 I
II you'km 0530 TO olvo5c. -UPRIGHT $245IIMlMIHt k tranimistion. radio, .heater
"I.tOI:6': wed tM-lLMt c.wb ""1 0 PIANO AREA

Hi PS .45571...erbeNly.CIIt.A .. 314..Mvo_. 150.es..se1 DIIIoO-MoIIt'11 I..5.111 w Otod MMWm it'r>. 0,.MS."'-. COM PI t.IIM FORDS V8 . . 1 $275
Now 01.55015.6 T15.e ft.
0 0 F I T Atn YOUNG AND __ 1/1 _..... LOCATION No. I LOCATION No 2
ROWINO CUIINf$ to 0r ,
MnVIIM. 511111 5.aw.r.nw d,00 1.11 Automotivt Wt
AvtlltkNl MO ..... cWI, M .... lit by//My Gut.- See: J. L SMITH.
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oMrni .to tMtw KIN tMloll plai55.' 00005. .Ii.051's A.. II I lMh..iHj T...... ,1M.. 1132 300 sa ,.onsb.. .... died .. SIGN PAULIAINEn'

ty. HM. Otmttvliit ton.ONI ..3701.045 N V f5. C_ .... e.l. II II.. ltd'.. S. MAIN ... -1, ... arl
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Und kmllwv tnd 1 Duit CM .nit /llmmy Gem WON MM icOsn 1456S RAMBLERS-SELtCT USED CAM
mt IMI Md ooiiimt. ... djt.. OtL OolnnrHi. ... SALES CO..w..y
i- COM Mel..wHenel MOW lilt 050 to 151055 If, I AND MANY .- ,
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u am tI._ -IJ7MIH.VMNIIO QUAILS drd M4. tar Ptxind Mlt 4812674..... or. I lei..ill 31 1,505 IS Mors_1 hops I NO DOWN PAYMENT CAM AT "W. 1.R Ii Se ....e .....

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GENERAL HOSPITAL ,f Nary. I Soles. llf NW ITHi II., e.ro.1w. tar P Newton. 707 NW tit Plot ..poodIng 311 NW 4111 A..... miuii to ,..... rVrt
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Oct. IS, 1N4BIRTHS UM iw lam: II. pin rwj D....... 47W Archor Rod. woy
MonoM A. -. mi I 11"1 DlnnliHd Aldi S. Poroo, W Him
nd '' Normwt
ran ''' 111 or 14.7$
i : Aw. l 1IpI, p- III V. Tuck 404 NW :Wh .... .ipMdlngIW Uvt., corttauCnp6.ll. :"'I Jo40 A. AWORLD'S FAIR OF VALUE! ,
Icnw Ull NW 11 Avo
... ThMwi A. _, 04 NWDecorator rN rholp's.
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Mr. and Mrs Donald L. McCoy IIOM NW. M lit Avt CtarlM,knpropor bKktng McBlligg. til.OOOTM ,. P_ NW IKIl It. Wily .Urcwiy. ,....!....tm. .... / :'" ',fa
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Box 306 WUlisfam, a boy, M. -., II NW inti IIrn .. .
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Charles H. drier ml H* Dim Dlckm
and Mrs.
I Mr. 140 W' UiUwnlly Aw, MMdlng no.StMloy ,
\ 1707 SB 10th Terr, a boy. I ,0. OowM1, 717 II 1th ,AwWMcHng ., Styled 4
III Holiort
NW .... M, OJlMhoyitf, M....*1rMl.y."", U14"0.CI. .
ADMW EDt ..... C. .... J,., 4 Nj 'rt AwIII. .. 1 r"a'
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Lena Joanne Stephens, Davis Mm M Chwnplon, 4421 : ITHl
Plow' ktocklmlv.w. 17 M. Tholmo '
E. Bennafleld; Hattie Jordan, J. PMCOCH Mil II lltn Aw, no DRAPERY, FABRICS LADIES
June Sherman, Agnes Cannady, d,_. llcmio IM Luclut MllcK.ll.
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Larry Watts, George R. Rtlch, m. LMCIUI Mitctwii mi NI im A.... FALL 4'
1111.1um, Ill Poly J. Nrtlo. N7 NW
j s x'AFJrp Andrew A. Sappington, Rose Ml_AVI..oHwrdoriy onvjucl. HI. _. 1
Soxman, Bess Jones, Norma \
atDISCOUNT
Domm Morn NW
Crier, David Lockard, Barbara .2M........Ave Ml.,.f.Jock'.J.'l 1034: ..Wtt DRESSESREG.
ron
I A W. Heathcoat, M. _D.' MeNelD. -'hHC IM NI M Avo, Modtlnt/
aD.of Oalaesvllle,1a.P1.17..H.PM NwmM....1..121.J' dwMV.IINl.im' 1 i \
ifi Michael R. Hart Trenton; Paula John c.Cm'NI. .01'1 I. PRICES .
vMoMon rrlW/f 1 1_
} L. Lackey, Lake City; Phyl,N,. Will.WliHMmd. William.' 19.99SALE
K. WUllatoa Jesse M? 11ocl...J. h.//k, ".: .f f T 12.99,-'
his McCoy ; I Joduomlllo. ...WooMM"iIk t
J. Fine, Chlefland; Bessie RevtO. WJO. Wllllwn:: L. 0 Mr tOI NI
1 Wn Av.,. IIUlM. ptrkbit. M.
Newberry; Rosla W. Jack- Tom .."... 1111 NW lilt A..., blockt at
Mew. June Perkins, OcaCMgrt .i ai., ....
i Ml H* OVwik on* Olwnlorly
I t ursa lf: J C t o a Oiliy M. Doyo, loll NI an W ItU The Furniture Manufacturers
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jleva Carson :' :
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1i I By RED POOL .as 01 ( 11* tol a, 1 I .
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Departae ef Mask3Ws t.k.p. I {
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week'f Toaaday evening 5 14
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concert, October M, at 1:11"! + L j s OeIi :..

University: Aidttorkra. Js a '1arrA.o: '

unique events Wever has a coav r ', THE FUR .,' I I'q ;.
cart here beat made of iugredbenta en "! e. IlyCr' : Sti'E'Ll

fraught with ON aims ,. LOVE SELECT
Tr.MA PetA w+eNa 1, 1 + r
amount of amotlaaal meaning or aarjan, ? 't .44
potent la ralgaUcawa for w Miur.wp + '* ((AT THE PRICEYOU'LL FROM A

CalnesvlOa and the University l1A a1 uKEl1MINK' l

of. Florid, i. i It aslwNe n11. w1, GROUP OF

,The eoBcert konri the late wd'oa 1j, '. :: FABRICSINCLUDING
dava J,'tSeaoe, the tospWng ills
music director of the P., K. tD

Yonge School from 1934 to 1MT,
:.\ DOUBLE KNIT
and recognizes the estsbllshlngd alwtla w amp .1111.
the diva J. Carson Memorial r"aiaus i1.ala' A.'Cosy' 4s s1P 1*hw SUIT LENGTH

Music Scholarship Fund at i'i........ a. Poi- tla' M5'asrSilty I Ie'rmat'* Ayv a- .;., \ WOOLS, ARNELS,
w/lpi elwlMwm
Florida.Maur'lce aril
the University of .. ..
to 11IOIIII.
.- Hlnson Is the piano 'w 1. .... ......,.. Ikla .r1.11A 1esneHw..O. v COTTONS &
511 11_ M_ ..: : STOLESREG.
soloist offering piano concertos W.o O iMrtv. MN//.nl..p..d 51 M OAS. iten. BLENDS.
significant event. If
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you I Inf, III. LMllo O AMntnn. Jr, ino C11411. TON. we N 4
Mozart and St,. Saana, Hitsae : ti N. III.MuklMIr Derton Tgrmr K7 ee.
by visited to express appreciation 1 ,M Mi. dew
f' 5111.111N.N.:. A. MM NW ..h I Into*, drunk, 131 or 14 trftftimC
Gainesville, SIZES 8 TO 20.
grew up In or support for, the, musical and I.1I, 04 IION/ MO,',, Pull.. Kobortl, III NI 111 II, Hunk. I) I
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'1 worked under Mils Carson cultural scene of our Mm nd :,-J.,..,...O......n till C Ciraio un.lly. C. Loo.1. fil PLr4M IW N 11 Mow NW ., FULL OR SHEATH.
while attending the P.K. Yonge Is the 4WI A... MMtfUll." ILL Ntelwlol J. Hoi.1.1IIt' s.mmN L. Orlflln. lIP Tin Aw 279.00
I campus, now time and i .. ,,, lorcony I O. oM) HI or 11dim.
im Sa IINI A ., tmloM *
from the 4,1,111 ,
Satool graduated Chwlw A Cotwnon/ JockwnMIH.
was here Is a way to do it. GI.
SLEEVELESS OR
W 11 OWL NMItiymmt y4
and drur* or I ,
University of Florida, was Contributions awTbequesls to, .... K. Wiin, fO .W mi AM, ran m IW M. II M drlwr-i II* SALE '
known here for his splendid OIL M. Amber, VIM. INor Nooyi.Clyolt
widely rt* a.y MMHonoM
: [ FULL LENGTH SLEEVES.
F work In music before going the fund should 'ba designated w J=" 1 A ., 00 111M. 011 Toylw, ,5J NW Br4 Ay., orlyIn \

'I i 1 nit to earn Wt Doctor of Mutheel for the Wi Cleva J. Carson Muile .I...../ Aw.L WMlM.'lll. ........y.1l IW..1y 17.rIr1.Aw... .,'D1.IV M. *)whlM Olwr1 MMlcoMk! Ncmot 1151 lunilHil or 40 DmJwm ooyioM '249.00COONTRY
I Fund,' 'alt.:T1art Han 111d 07 0 H. /1 W. C N. Auo.Mfy. w Floor
\ Arts degree at the Culverslty ey J. iMkoll* lit..* IM M Aviv .$0u. Illi.N.PYN.wn .p1O.Mr Dress\SI4.2nd
.. .. 1111 HHwni NMI.PNNNe
and advanced University of 'fMin' Gafae -1111IIo No RNs14 L. 1111 |
of MicUfin, CKorloo J. MctnrM lit It oWlltII .. i A
1d
villa; 'laridl.Cbeeb SIN N t 410.1 M lIINN.N
study at Jaffllard sod,abroad. should be M..... pak..... N 1111.0 C. N I Myl.,
: mada'payablalo Canoa Fund ITM NW *i* A..... MrkkT. .
,I Edward Troopta conducts: the ". IWiwy J. >orraN Jlrlssl IW r* O Wolr, 111* W' UnlnnltyAvo OF, ORIGIN.
University of Florida Foundation ? N., MocMn .MN. WJO. THomM W ., OMOdlnt 111 or I ooyt.. Rotori .
orchestra,which will offer In ad- hoc McCoy 1 Ud W UMMnlly Aw, Illif- 1 l lor, M IW Mn Avo, Wlun toylow U.S.A. .
I
I t 1 l\ dWon to the two concertos, the N 111 rifitt M VMV III or I oovi Vk- SPECIAL PURCHASE

\ I "King Lear" Overture of I FurSfries2"0"SPECIAL 'I

Hector herbs and .the overture Banner Month USE 1
"Colas Breugnon" by Dlmltrl .
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Kabalevsky.Receptloa For HighwaysTALLAHASSEE I.lI -' Thntzon!

\ : FollowsA : PURCHASE : t
public reception In the Florida (APse
Union Bryan Lounge will tember was a banner month for SALE OF 3 BEDJACKETSBY ;

honor Mr. Hinson Mr. Treupta highway construction la Florida, DISCONTINUED STYLE
sod the members of the dmJ. reaching; a total of WU muloa '

.Carson Memorial Schotarsalp for fOld lad IIrklp projech] tin.der LAYAWAYOR JfcwLl BANDEAU.BRASSIMILAR
Fund Committee. The special way. : 9'LDIGS.

committee working on me fund The State Road Department J1 1WI

af headed by: co chairmen, Bald.this Is well above the re* C.B.A: I ( STYLES) J ?
Mrs W. D. Stevens and Mrs. ord of 130)1 minion set last kdLv
a H. Boutelle both ef whom March. C.B.A. IS WILSON'S CONTINUING'

ware former colleagues of Miss The projects daring tasta 'BUDGET ACCOUNT. .

prom. Other members at the ber included 171 mfles of Inter- "o' NO DOWN PAYMENT .
committee Include Mrs S. Brysa -
state highways, 008 miles 0( primary $ MONTHS TO PAYlTsck. '
executrix of -.
Jennings the .hmtnytf art 01 milt II J. ': z k rt
tie will Mrs. J. Wavna Halts.Mrs. ( Up to 10 Months for Furs ;
.U eor.eO. Back, Mr; secondary roadtv' .. u Pay 1

George Corrkk: Director ef the

Of flea of Development Services ;

I o! the University of Picnic and ; 90tt.-MlNIVEJ&.RY I

I Reid Poole, reprettnttaf t b e l.l.MlJj .
I Department of Music ?
rp
rwben Miss Canoodled In SALE r

December of 1M3 she tan a ISO) WrgJfl'-

bequest which !is beutg need at

the starting point for the ovflopment ,, ,
of the scaaUrsalihand.

The fund will ffwvpiopportunity as LADIES'
LI
for the many for : T.

met students of Miss Carson to ITALIAN OR PENNY STYLE

I honor her with contributions to ,
Qw fund. Also many patrons or! Y

music to Gainesville and at the LOAFERS STYLE 1,

University of Florida will be TO ILLUSTRATION EXCEPT
able to contribute materially: to ILENDAIRI
the development of the mush REG. 7.99 FRONT ELASTIC TRIANGLE. THESE BRAS
IATISTI
program at the University o t s'' : IEDJACKIT ,ARE EXACTLY LIKE PICTURE OTHERWISE.

Florida by: fund.contributions to the ANNIVERSARY I IN WHITE OR PASTELS.


scholarship Gala Event I II l DAINTILY TRIMMED IN LACE & RIBBON. FAMOUS JANTZEN. BRAS

:>7a feel that this Is SALE
a special
i I occasion Indeed You are In. ':'i, .ORIC. 6 Oa ,ANNIVERSARY SALE 3Jf OF 100% COTTON. ELASTIC

ftted, lOt only to bear a tintconcert ji, : STYLE ".INDAlue
2
i but to take part In i I 1 5.90 tT 'I AM Sim ,QUItTED BACK FOR EXPANSIONAND

; t eUTlSTE. "I hIT,IEOJACKET.. PASTEL. YPftlNTS
01 Of GOUTS PERFECT FIT.
VOTEHAYDON
\ I I .> ,'I 1'r+linW.A7 t ,I ,r.*. 1 ORIG. ROD: 'JAU $.91 t.

f t 2 PAIRS FOR 11.00 STYLE 3, QUILTED RECOLLECTION MACHINE WASHABLE AND


,SMOOTH LEATHERS IN NAVY, RED, BROWN PRINT. ,**. .U t JAGKET.. PASTEL. ON. WHITE:; DRYABLE :

SURNS AND,II.AcIC.- GE UINE TRU-MQC EDGED WITHLDAINTY' RUCHING. j j ,&*' otic:'zoo.

ORIC. 8.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE 4.99
CONSTRUCTION. HAND LASTED. SALE
1 .DACRON. ICOTTON INYlON ILENQRAYONNYLONCACRC4 1.49
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