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

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Cloudy, cooler Tuesday. Low Qi. i

A Ballot Boob! Os.ta Ifs tonight; high Tuesday in 5Ut e un f fI

Thirteen amendments to the Florida Constitution
will crowd the ballot on November 3. They range
from reapportionment to education. Beginning today 89th'Year, No. 90 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE tOe I
the Sun will examine each of the amendments between ... PkMM IX-UII NOMon WICK DAILY lvu.o AND nON. SUNDAY
now and election day. See pace 8 for the first
of the aeries. I


Outlook Bad CONTACTS Soviet Cooperation

1 Johnson used contact lenses ,
Sunday night when he delivered
his television radio address
For Hoover'ExSecretary to the nation.

There was no immediate wordon
when he was fitted for the Sought by Johnson
tenses that replaced his familiar ,
NEW YORK (AP) Former spectacles nor on how mach
President Herbert C. Hoover
use he plans to make of them.
passed a comfortable: night and
his massive Internal bleeding!
Of Labor DiesNEW has stopped but the outlook is Sees No
grave, a medical bulletin said 1' 4,

YORK (AP) James today. r1
P. Mitchell, 47. secretary of The bulletin said the 10-year- # 1h r ImmediateDanger
labor in the Eisenhower administration old Hoover was In a "state of
died today in Us suite unrespoiuiveness."
1 at the Astor Hotel. Hoover's two sons Allan

He apparently suffered a and Herbert Jr., were In their
heart attack. A physician was father's Waldorf Astoria Towen ry S WASHlNGTONAP-Prei|.
with him when he died the hotel suite with him. t,,ry r dent Johnson tells congressional

said.< Dr. Michael J. Lepore leaders today that the United]
Mitchell big and bluff but Hoover's personal physician issued States has made a "good1 be
with an air of relaxed charm the bulletin at 10:30 aim 4 'I J1a. i tea ginning" In relations with the
had little formal education but No further report was planned *. I' t new leaders of the Soviet Union
a vast background person- before t p.m. (EDT), except lathe ca and hopes the Kremlin will Join
(See MITCHELL .. Page I) event of a significant e ,+Y In renewed efforts to block any
change in condition.Dr. ,ark further spread nuclear weapons

Lepore's bulletin said v / l+SytI ,
Johnson stressed both these
Law Center gastrointestinal
has been arrested and his q gad points Sunday night ta a reportto
blood count has been restoredto the nation In which be also
Site Bared normal. spoke of the possible use by Red
China of "nuclear blackmail"
"However the massive loss
against other countries, now
of blood into his .
ReitzThe gastrointestinal that It his exploded its first test
tract has resulted In the bomb.
accumulation of toxic products +
University of Florida's In his bloodstream which have He warned furthermore that
planned $3.3 million law center induced I state of unresponsiveness what ha calls China's "'lpell-
will be built on UF land knownas ," the bulletin said. 1 sive and demanding effort (ta
the Pinkoson Tract adjacentto "Efforts have been undertaken build nuclear weapons) tempts
Golfvlew, President J. to clear his system of these Imo kilt tf T M/ It**) other states t. equal tally '
Wayne Kelts said Saturday durIng toxic elements, but the outlookIs nuclear spread b fcafoms. to
Jess G. Davis, left. Galneaville'a postmaster emeritus after service hare from 1939 all ma incI."
a Homecoming talk. grave," it added.A 17 until 1961 Is the first customer at the stamp counter in the new Federal Building. I'
Dr..Belts commented brieflyon press spokesman for I/ ITSt Up With Postmaster Paige PixuMil.Davis. buys the first sheet of stamps from O. L. Dur- Johnson"We continue said, "that to the believe
planned legal education Hoover declined to elaborate on rants, retired assistant postmaster, aqd post office employe Jsmea Chndwlck, whose struffjt i
complex during a breakfast of against micleer spread] ta M
I the "state of unresponslveness" father was postmaster here In 193837.
I Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity mentioned In the bu1IetIn.Hoover' .. much ta tilt Soviet. Interest. u ta I I
which featured Mayor Haydon our own. We will be ready to
third attack of Inter-
Burns as guest speaker.The nal bleeding within II months Join with them... an OIl world
University's tract, ac- struck him early Sunday. He New G'ville Post Office In working to avoid it."
quired ta the late IMO'i, is was in his Waldorf Towers suite At the same three the President j 1
south of the Newberry Road and where he has been confined by announced ta his radiot
lies between Golfvlew and the falling health most of the time television address Out Washington
University's tennis courts. for two win continue to rapport till
The University already owns late afternoon medical bul- for Business limited nuclear test-baa treaty'which .I.. .
the golf course .located" west of letin said Hoover was "comfor Opens Doors till lrM' totes. tht I '\11

I ColWew.J table and In no pain." The bulletin .X NArles -* Soviet Union Bribta and more
1. Included to the for the, ,.-K .JM than IN other itttass
plans signed by three physician, 7 in < fit -'" signed
law center are classrooms, library said that Hoover remained "crI- ,By JEAN: Aai ,fem Staff Writer the .two keys allocate for lick box and special key orders will list year. France and Communist
office space and dormi tically 111." Things were awfully quiet at the Post Office this morning the have to be prepared. ,z err Chins did not ....."
tories. "Blood loss from the upper old one, that Ja. :t ." t .t .. !* A ceremony ef aorta marked the first day ta the new Federal "W.cad on Ins world -especially a
The project, which calls for .gastrointestinal! tract has continued Most of the activity wu caused by people turning back down the Building. Red China to its the ."'
13 4 million for the teaching facilities but tt appears letlealn,. stairs after elevator operator R & Cambridge advised them Pinnell said the official ceremony marking the dedication of the nations which have signed that
and (".110I for dormitories Replacement of blood by trsnsfusions .. "We've moved" building featuring Confressmsn D. R. (Billy) Matthews and other treaty,"Johnson said.
Is high oo the Ws Only few flrflcea'were still la the deserted old structure. The with
priorI his kept pace with the a open federal officials has net been set yet meeting congressional
sty list of capital outlay requests losses which have been large" Most of the regular,residents were two block: east of their oldhome feeders, both Democrats
which will be presented to the the bulletin said. .for. the. first time today In the. $2. million sew FederaJ Md-! "I'm rooting for a date sometime after Christmas, the postmaster and Republicans, was scheduledfor
confided. "We're to be between and
I: state legislature In April "His blood pressure pulse ing. .going pretty busy now tile White Bouse early this
; Ur Vice President Harry M. and vital signs are stable. There were I few, snags from sly weekend transfer front1 eM to then. afternoon. It was set up at tile
Philpott said he hoped the law "The prognosis Is extremely new This morning's ceremony marked the sale of the first stamp end of last week. OffJcteb said
center will be completed and in guarded especially In view of Postmaster Paige Hnnell said a number of customers were hawIng Former Assistant fwstmsster 0. L. Distance sold former Poet- that the President would cover
operation by September, 1N7. the patient's advanced age" trouble getting the new loch: en the 1.IM maflbont to week master Jess Davis. the. first stamp to be sold it the Federal Building. substantially OIl tame round 1.
The bulletin was Issued by Dr. -We anticipated this" the postmaster said. "But until they actual. Although ill the pastel acuities were transferred Saturday and ad the same major points .
Hutchinson Michael J. Lepore Hoover's ry tried to work the locks we couldn't do anything about that prob Sunday,' several! offlostj .m the old post office building won't move which be made .ta his television =
personal physician and Dri.' 1e ." until later this week: broadcast on last week's sensational =:
Quits Baseball Howard Patterson and J. Bead He said a'number'of customers. MO" already requested more that] '*fSN PO ea Page I) developments to tht Soviet -

Rodgers. ., 1i' Union and Red Chtoa.. -
CINCINNATI (AP) Fred Neil MscNeiL a press spoke, It J...'. reaction. to the ouster ;
Hutchinson a cancer sufferer man for Hoover and former Soviet 'Satellites sf Sevbt Prwnbr Khrushchev -
Reported Spying
resigned today as manager of assistant managing editor of the and Its significance for
the Cincinnati Reds and Dick New York: Times said the current tilt United Slates, is .. sees it. -"
Siiler, who has been a coach Illness began at 195: p.m., But covered both theporaplflt7: ef
and acting manager, was Saturday.The' On U. S. Not Considered ThreatWASHINGTON dangerous future crises sssf fee
Initial said the '
named to succeed him. report hope that the new Kremlta bad-
bleeding occurred during the
ers will undertake .
President and General Manager new mats
William 0. DeWHt, in night as two nurses were attending !AP) Defense of Cosmos satellites which Marcia lie. Some still are ta U J. satellite up to hundreds ef ures to strengthen world ..... i
making the announcement at a medical Hoover.A bulletin .Issued experts said today they 'the Russians describe U, M. orbit. fallowing paths that take miles above the earth Khrushchev was suddenly
news conference called It "a by are sure Soviet Cosmos satel' manned scientific spacecraft them over the. veiled Suites at However any US moves ousted Thursday and replaced
sad day and a happy day." Dr. Lepore at 141: a.m. Sundaywas Jilts are being used to spy en probing radiation belts 'and altitudes ranging from about 120 against the Cosmos satellites by two men who share tilt power
the first word that .
Hutchinson had managed the Hoover had taken a tune for the the United States other phenomena miles to .nearly IN miles. would almost! certainly at .least which he held. slow Com
Reds since INI and directed the The Soviet Union last Wednesday The Russians have been send At such alttodtt be answered ta kind. The United munist party bader Leona. L
worse tt told ef the sodden andgee sophistical'
team to the National League launched the .4Kb to .a se lag Cosmos satellites aloft since ed cameras CM get clear and States probably would be the Bresbaev and] Premier Abxsl
pennant ta MM. ( HOOVER en Page I) detailed pictures at features on blinder of the two without Its N. 1oIy..... N
the reconnaissance ssteDiUs, since Earlier Sunday Johnson sent
Hotue ChairmenFor much of the Soviet Union and greetings to Kosygta. and said
Division UJ. reonrmsbssnce satellites all of Red China are closed to be hoped "our governments will
I about whtal ma Air Force Inspection. Russians and ethers work constructively ta attempt
: UnitedHind Named and Defense Osparuusnl are enjoy greater freedom ef move tag to resolve the urgent tater F
silent ire Mbeel It operateat punt on US lOlL national problems facing as ta
about m masM aUtude while "
Mere picteres, ate.y Page 7)> formerly Harriet Bottta," are .. world.
Mrs. James J:. Clayton and graduate ef Florida Mate Uni- Chrswever InrM and Red Fair Shuts In his address Sunday night
Johnson had words of
, Mrs. Lester N. May have been verslty.Mrs. rJ. praise at j
'""mfortasllon tram these UJ.lames well is criticism for the deposed 1
appointed co house-to-house. division for the attorney and Mrs. May's hill- rii'imnslasanx ssteflltes Its DoorsNEW Khrushchev, saying that be wasuH* **
have .ptsyed taalerttag -guilty ef daoeeroueture" adv ...'
United Community Fund drive band Is sn architect may a part
In the Berlin and
the United Nana weeks as 't"J.
here according to Keith Austin, Mrs. Clayton a member ef Is tile .ImmMaaa tl W YORK lAP) -ne New ban crises but that "he baratf
general drive chairman.The the First Methodist Church, Is hie York World's Fate las fane kite 'from mistakes sad he was msU '
Osnt's first shnie lest blast
responsibility of the district! director of he FLU hibernation for six, months. blind to realities." % J) ,
wish eccurred test .
haw to haw division Is a Alumni Associstioa a member : Frhtey.If The bllUotHJouar exposition" Of Kbrushch v's succession; ';", r
large undertaking and virtually of the Csinesvuls Woman's so, It weald have. .beenjnfct a rinsed si midnight Sunday after Johnson said they are yousfji) .N
requires seeing that someo a e Club the GataesviOe Garden effort with VI planes a six-month run. men who may be ".. naUf* 'J
Club and the .Atechua County widen Rep Chef HotVWd says Fair officials said It was a their pest" sad they art .'11\\.
f Heart Cou nci have been provlduiij psctures for financial success althoaga U "to be realistic." ::'' L.
contacts every household ta the Mrs. May a member of the three years en what Is bHtovedto failed to live up to attendance "We till hope that sissys4! :,*'
greater Gainesville area during Holy Trinity Episcopal Church be Red China's atomic energy and revenue projections made share with us our greet ettsw* Alive .
.. drive" AIds... "_ lIa snrtataing "-.ff msJonfar plant. Houfleld. t California before Its opening test April O. ; the prevention of mSSf *< ;
VHB their appointment, the Welfare Leaf and t ttemseral ta vice etatrman efme Fair records showed s total of war," be added. II. .f 1"'
sew divide chairmen smouno member of the Kappa Deb SeBsnMfcue Atomic Encr- 8J71.M persons. visited the (See LBJ rap I). J1;I' :
.. the Mowing area ebslr Ace na AuadItJoe.I fyCemmhtee.Jpact air doting the first arias_ jJ' ; ,
men: Mrs Jota White, Mrs Agency officials say the considerably short ef the lido Commission 'iI" ;
Fred AraoM. Mrs. Harry Baa.mer ,United Mates knows Btde about mated 41 mlllioa forecast lestMarch. 4:... .irl.f: ',
Mrs. Marion Weaver, Mrs. Ceamos hardwsre the racket Not Meeting '",t. :,' 1.:"
t .... ......,. Mrs. Jehafciiwsb. TO FIND 'IT1fHERE sly tauncnes tt, the sntelbu A total ef mm visitors. "." 'ft I t
M.s. Marvin Gale. 'Jsweeter, Us iinlprasst. pasted. skfwgh the .turnstiles The Gainesville City I Cep',''
Mrs. JsBBnt Bens, Mrs. R. C.Orr. ;;..... tts slaimed aew mUtati Sunday tor the final paste ston went meet ,--. !
Mrs. Harry Green sad the ..i syslsm. ms United SUtesstteBMea glimpse ef the etpeeiUisi antll M nest meeting sj itne \:'..., Ps''
din e9r ar prssHmt ef ma Satvsttoa Csmtit: t.i. 14 _y amid ... Me reopens April 2L, said ......." Get .': k
Arssy. me assMricsn Red C1.slMad s : r iS'1TI1eeTSl.suas1..1 hares, C- If > eel Although so reeerds were ne swncn tram P ,
Cress the Carl Items snd Boy / 11SbNa.eIa. mind .. n ssrssnsmrsnbss available ..........,. Fair Wednesday was sp '. .
leant, lie Meats stara Ace w .. ',1. 1OpMI ...< >ssry ef cede Robert effiriels estimated me expose.tfcui eommlssisn bet week sfl< '.'
... ......
sad.w sea sedation sad me BetardedMslew. ,... \00..4 a ,1IdI-. dares lusts weald mad ssme JO ... ale can attend] the
Mr* Later N. May left, ... ... ,... E. CasrlM QIIIIfMI 2 ....... ... "" ..11 1- lilt .... Atea err leas ever M HVMMfflnt HM .> a meeting ef the
iS tti.et IM jte.a.de.&ae...... at flee SIN V...iCr ... 11II. a.----. D -'. .oIH'tt.; ..... ... .... stead sf the M mOUea .... League ef
.mei/. r--e ....... So.r Jeasr and ..... May, -wee biteeesa s ly 1IItJd,....., JacbaMtJle.DON'T 4 ,

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2 Gainesville Sue Msndey. October 1*. 1"4

:, PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. BurglarsHit Mass Freshmen Flunking


:; Other'School SpotsBurglars IONU 0 Called Rumor by Reitz

A Clouay ...d coolor; kocomlntortl ,.lMre
,, Cloudy' KM cool tonMit on* -
cracked into the new Tvotdoy low tonight tuoMy Florida Dr. matter is that only 2.4 per centof
low lonlgM, to M. Mlgn. TuoMoy olto University of Prest- if not ,malicious" rumor

... ''Myra Terwilliger School oNewberry ( Hntt 14. smell lot .northerly craft. wommgo windo I?Art to ol amlM ** dent J. Wayne Reiti spiked rumors Reiti said such a policy wouldbe entering freshmen were sue'pended

: Road today, attacking M Hour, trMiKlly OmbiMiInfMtf that the university wasdeliberately foolish, costly and un'lll,!-tHis for academic reasons st

". the safe and taking typewriters : mllti 1 bocomlni M hour norm 1w1ON1 to nortnoort one TuoMy. II Mn flunking a large remarks were made be- the end of the first trimesterlast

.... and a television set. percentage of the freshman fore i large audience composedof year," and for the second

'to The break-In was one of four B C- Fair, becoming 1. classes to hold down enrollment leaders In Florida government ,- trimester 4.S per cent

burglaries discovered this morning cloudy and cooler Tuesday. In a Homecoming talk I attending the Florida Blue He said that In orde to ac-

in the county. Low tonight In the 60s. High Friday., Banquet cummodate the growing number

The Terwilllger burglary was Tuesday in the 10*. Westerly -_ Branding this as a "fallacious( I Dr. Reitz said the truth of th of Junior college transfers

reported by the school principal winds I to IS. miles an it had become neceswry to limit

at 7:45 this morning, Sheriff hour, becoming northerly 10 .rNrGAINESVU.LE freshnian enrollment.\

Joe Crevasse said. to 20 miles an hour this afternoon .. More :"This year we admitted approximately

Burglaries were discovered In or tonight AboutMitchell 2,750 freshmen," he

Newberry this morning at Jecoat's D ,.,,. boeontlm cloudy end Motor WEATHER said. "It could easily have been
Twtdoy Low lonloht M mo m.Hlgli
I Grocery and Service Station Timdoy M % Math saw -Municipal Airport readings 1,200 had we exercised no controls
win* Oro II mlloo M I..,,, bocom.
and Ingrld's Restaurant kit iwrthtrhp M to W mllM M how for 24 hours ta S a m. today: i other than stan

I Sheriff Crevasse said investigators tonight I f and O _TvoMoy fee, Hirown T...... .High 84 at 3 p.m., low M at From Page dards. This' made for
are still at the scene. LOT tonlcM In tnt 40o. HMI TvoMoy 8 a m. No rain.T.MP55AT1Ses. 1,000 more transfer students

I and additional details were not M M hwr It. ooeommi VorloMo MM normorly I lo W II lo MMM Mmlltf ILJtWHIIIL II Frop.TomM nel management when President ).I' with the change of admlnistr than we could have otherwise-

Immediately available. I M J hour_ TuooooyM Folr, ttirowr. TuoMloy. J.NwwIIle ............ N hMw..u Dwight D. Eisenhower tins, Mitchell returned to his handled."

Gainesville police are invetlgatlng Low tonight! In mo .... High TuoMoy .................. N III W named him to the Cabinet In native New Jersey and ran unsuccessfully The ,University will'continue i
( the burglary of the M miltt I*on U.Hour VorloMo. wlndt I It is"i .".... ............. n u 1953. for governor In to admit a "modest" number of
MM Oder"5aaw .........N u
Jones School, IIOS NW 7th Ave., IIItM the ei.. ..HlfM T...TuoHiy... Uw .toM ... ......... .. M N .M He bad been in expert In la- 1961. His campaign was halted freshmen, hopefully oo less
NwYrf ..... ...... II II
discovered about J ..m. today Ve,1d10 wlfttll 5 0 11 m.a lit Mew. WooMnfMICMcoio ............. Jt 11 bor relations for New York de temporarily by a broken lei,. than 2,500 a year, for some
{ "' 1 ALMANAC ............. '
A window the north aide 55 partment stores, civilian manpower candidate to come Dr. Reltx said.
on .. 11_ CIIr ............ 7IN But the 6-foot, 200-pound years ,
was broken and entry mad l 5.Mp.day win tomorrow.I .......... 4 IM.m.:14 ...... Owwr nnSe/m..............:...:.... II M w chief for the armed soon resumed stumping "I'm afraid the University I ,
the food locker MoonrlM My .. I It ,..... lei Aw .... forces during World War II and without freshmen and h
f''i." The padlock on Pull. MOM .. Twoooy ...., .............. II II with the aid of crutches and sop n.
smell soMAAms
: was forced, and about $2J In PaoMINSNTAe possess T assistant secretary of the Army. later a cane. mores, would experience analif 1
: .t J ,' e ....... U: em. --1orIy oMU M 1. Serb labor luke-
5 was \
Organized void
', ai food was taken. m'II.T' not a nostalgic not to
: he became
,......,. Turning clovo>. next year
:. : \:. j') Two break ins or attempts Junior. rim .. feel: .,.... canes KSY TTvoMoy warm to his appointment .t vice President of the Crown mention the problem of how
Soluni, .. ......
'- uo oouth I:41 p.m High ol II SOS
I, 1I..i1''f, were reported Saturday after- Man, a lltilo/ otovo aeyvNN. lilt ,.... Low at 1:M *.:..., eM 7:11 first Later AFL-CIO President Zellerbach Corp., paper making Ray Graves (head football
/ wa Vomit, low In owl ... I'Him .... to refer to
CAP noon. About fIG was taken from George Meany was firm, with' offices in San coach) would field a football

." the soap coin dispensing m him as the greatest secretary 01 Francisco and residence In team," he said. .

: Getting Campaign Report chine at a laundromat, 626 NW 5 Day ForecastTemperatures labor' this country had aver had Hillsborough, Calif. I But Reiti emphasized that

13th St. Max Robinson reported After leaving the Cabinet ,the University Is destined to
: Sen. Edward "Ted" M. Kennedy D-Mau., la an In. someone tried to enter with a will average Imaxlma 78 to'M. Rain likely He was visiting New York fora play an Increasingly enlargedrole

reating listener felting campaign report from an key Apt. 1, 11M NW 3rd Ave, I to ( degrees below normal Nor-toward weekend with most sec- business conference when I he In graduate studies and re

aids while lying on an orthopedic frame at the New but no entry was gained. mal minima M to N extreme dons receiving less than an Inch CommunityPlanning was stricken. He had registered search.

England Bapliet Hospital, Boston toda,. The senator north to 70s In the Keys. Normal but few spots 2 or I Inches.bttuarte at the hotel Saturday' "The University is fairly cen-

recovering from a plan crash Injury la conduct night( tral In the state and la a foundation -

Ing hla campaign for re-election from tile hospital More About Born In Elizabeth NJ., Nov'' of strength built by the

_His wife Joan, has been doing the traveling for him 12 1900, Mitchell was a son of state to provide a logical and

_throughout Massachusetts. Peter J. and Ann C. Drisco sensible basis for moving toward

ROYAL VISIT LBJ ( Meet at UF Michel He finished high a peak of excellence, he

school a year ahead of time, said.

Prince Pilllp, the Duke of A two day seminar on com but there his formal education "The state needs at least one
-II Mwaenlw" 1/IM ouIN14., will III fine cud,, -II ......
Edinburgh arrives In Nassau From Page 1 tIIII ..... munlty planning at the University stopped. peak of excellence," he i .1 I d.

Tuesday for i one day visit! en RUBY ROGERS JOHN LIGHT of Florida Thursday and Mitchell Is survived by his "But such peaks are not built

... route from Canada to M.xlco.1 He said the change In the DEFUNIAK SPRINGS I CROSS CITY -- John Light,I Friday la expected to attract a widow, the former Isabel Nu overnight, notwithstanding what
The Duke, husband of Queen Moscow high command means number of \leading architects ton; his mother, Mrs. Peter some uninformed promoters will
N died
Word has been received of the Sunday at his horn
Elizabeth n, will attend a chil .t least four things for Americans and newsmen to discuss "The Mitchell of Elizabeth, N.J.: a glibly argue."
death of Mrs. Ruby Rose Rogersof here. He was a retired bustneuman. -i
I dren's rally at Clifford Park anda : I DeFunlak Springs. The retired i Press and Building Common) daughter, Mrs. Frank Natchez;
dinner He will Flrst-lhe the Kremlin ties. Anne Mitchell .
private party. men m teacher died Saturday Survivors Include his widow three sisters, Miss More AboutHoover
address a civic club luncheon. remain dedicated, dangerous I The seminar Is sponsored by ; Mrs. Richard Schleck of Es-!
Mrs. Zella
Prince Philip will\ arrive fcmmunlsts" and the United, Her son, Lewis H. Rogers 01 Light; a stepson, A. the School of Journalism and sex Fells, N.J., and Mrs. M .
J. Land Gainesville three
the Britannia. tales Chatham, N.J., la a former Uniersity )- ; Communications the Architect .
aboard royal yacht must maintain "steldy'vllll.nc. daughters, Mrs. Thelms Fonts, I chael Bockwith of Washington,
He will fly to Mexico CityWednesday ." at a time of trouble I of Florida professor. Ocala; Mrs. Louida Jestersen, lira Dept., and the Florida Dally D.C., and three grandchildren
morning In i the Communist bloc because The funeral will be Tuesday Newspaper Assn.
Sydenane, HI.; and Mrs. Pstsey From 1
After visiting Mexico, the 17.5. strength "holds the balance In DeFunlak Springs. Johnson, High Springs I ; two Thursday's opening session More About Page
Duke will to the GalapagosIslands firm against danger." Includes a banquet at the Holiday
10 BETTY COUEY sisters, Mrs. M. T. Jones, Orlando massive hemorrhage and of the
In the Pacific, off the I I Second "There will be turmoil HIGH SPRINGS Mrs. Bet. ; and Mrs. Ana Colden, Inn and a keynote addresson transfusions. ,
V west coast of Ecuador. Later, lie In the Communist world." "The City and Its Critics"by PO
ty Couey, H, of rural High Gainesville; and 13 grandchii Hoover's younger son, Allan,
will\ visit several of the British I But the President said that the Grady Clay, editor of Landscape \:
Springs, died Sunday at her arrived at the suite sick room
Architecture !
colonies In the Caribbean before preoccupation of Kremlin chief dren.MARTHA Quarterly:
home after in extended Illness DENMARKMrs. From 1 shortly after the announcement. ir
editor Page
and real estate and
Marshal. I erg el I 8.BtryuMv leaving Antigua Nov. It to fly tains with Communist problems Martha S. Denmark, 48, building The former president's other *.
She native of Louisville Courier.
Rome of the
was ,
back to England. Is not all\ bad "because who
was reported bead men G.! and came to Florida In of WUllston, died Sunday In a Journal. I Pinnell said today that the Internal son, Herbert Jr., was out of the "
with Internal
tog a RassUa. delegates are busy problem Gainesville hospital after a city. Hoover's wife, the former
Revenue recruiterand
MORE :FREE may not be tempted to reckless 827. A housewife, she was a Friday's program Includes a :
ateard StvleiaJrllierwhich l Lou died In
a five-week Illness. Henry 1144.
Federal Court office
member of the Baptist Church review of Gainesville's\ "Opera
crashed. and burned tottty W. Averell Rarrlnaa, assistant i external acts. She was a member of the haven't moved yet. Congressman MacNeil said that Hoover, Yt.
tion Facelift" Director
by Planning
Survivors Include her II..
*a Avala Hill, U miles secretary of state and Third The forces working WUllston\ First Methodist David Qodschalk and Matthews' office has partially who has not made a public appearance -

south ef Belgrade, Yigoilalla. former ambassador to the for greater Independence In band, Bee Couey; three daughters Church, the Woman's Club and talk, "Why Ufllrfess?" by local a moved Into the new build- in 17 months, had

The Yugoslav sews Soviet Union,' says the present Communist-governed Eastern Mrs. Lula White and Mrs of the American Legion Auxiliary. architect Dan Branch. ,Ins been following current events
'IgencyTsajud said there regime In Hungary "has begun Europe "will continue to have Callle Mae Sapp, both of Galnes- with great Interest. \
seminar Is
supported The said the
were as survivors. to break off the domination of our sympathy" and he added: vtlle; and Mrs. M a m I. Yar- Born In Plaza, Iowa, the by agrant postmaster f
from the
American Institute
Moscow." "We will not give up our hope 01 brough, High Springs; 17 grandchildren moved to WUllston from Dade of transfer of operations "w a I"movln

PICK WALKER Speaking at a meeting of the building new bridges to these 32 great grandchildrenand City 3S years ago. Architects. along real well.
He said his staff worked Ea. 1
2 great great grandchildren. !
Hungarian people Et.i
Democratic party's Surviving are her husband,
jt Harry Walker was named Fourth The now urday and Sunday to completethe
section In New York Sunday, course Roy; daughter Sandy; five sisters East Hit '
field manager: of the Pittsburgh followed by the United Slates move while maintaining the ;
Harriman declined to speculate Mrs. H H l d a Livingston of ;
Pirates today to>> succeed Daisy "must continue to that we Babysitting normal postal activities.
on the effects of the ouster 01 prove Ocala, Mrs. Rosa R. Cash of '"
MwrUngh who resigned at the Soviet Premier Khrushchev. on our aide are ready to get on Class St. Petersburg, Mrs. Lucille By Freeze "I'm tremendously pleased
_SEa II'- the season for health res- with the work of peace." OpeningA Cromer of Thomaston Ga Mrs. I Pinnell said. "We're as ready UNION, MIL LUX Pwwol, ire t 1
,. ,. .
could be. len lee M N Will lie
SShe. Johnson recalled that on Friday Arlene Strickland of Jacksonville as we NM of I'It 'M' on WMfwoilov, Oefc
safety training for THE ASSOCIATED PRESS : II
43-year-old Walker played he was officially Informed course 8y A steering committee beaded tar n1. o) Pillow I Grow and
babysitters will begin tonight at \ Mrs. Barbara N I e I son, TniHi CMmM on tutor Mm wON IkIcot.
.:_::JI1JIII Cardinals,Philadelphia through Ambassador Anatory the J. Wills\ Miller Health Cen Los Angeles, Calif.; three brothers and Freezing some snow temperatures, rain I by Chamber of Commerce la Secretary der. N.l rM TMwnN WIN .oo eo k-KuIlUto:::: Cw.Sere.
1 were reported Billy Mitchell
fcsals Kremlin
Dobrynin that the new arrang-
umMr tlw dlrtcltan Duncan
A. J. Sontag of Ocala W. tory of
ZBDUIes, Chicago .Cubs and the regime planned no change In ter.Sponsor A. Sontag of this morning the eastern part I ing the formal dedication, the ,no. _lei..... *tr. trllHod WOO S
of the course Is the'omens' FiyetlevUle, weld w. I vNVseusoole a mnn-
of the nation while I
lnnaU Reds. basic Soviet foreign policy He a warming postmaster I8ld.Recover. ton of the Mmlly ere Mo. Mop tamor
Auxiliary of the Ala- N.C.andWP.Sontag of .. ... ,.
trend developed west of the one motnor Mr OrontPotnowi
,- said that In reply he had spoken chua County Medical Jacksonville. oMon, Mro. flluM' JoMmt
::: I frankly to the Soviet envoy."I Rocky Mountains. I Car Mro. Owe MM Cork, of T_...
public\ service program .is Flo I trofhor Mont w of WIWwoX -
b In International League told him," Johnson said free LOTTIE Temperatures skidded\ Into N. J. Actlvo lollooofwt will oo
'::::Jr. first place finish and was lira. "that the quest for peace In Gainesville police recovered a n'ucIo. II Amvkw LiiI.IL
The first of the five classes tonight the Us through the centralRockies ,
fitted International .League America had never been more Mrs. Lottie Bin Thomas 70 stolen 1962 model car early today coos?. M." liTTY Pmrol .....
:: MISSING deals with the responsibilities ) and frost or freezing ten for M... Couoy win to MM olM
.....manager of the year determined than It Is now. I told of babysitting and care of'of 2.4 NW 14th Ave., died Sunday weather was likely as far south In Beta Woods near the :M A.M. Ccfioir.. lo load of Grow
ohH orrlxfo
'' 'EDRIDDENGospel Two third-grade boys who him we Intend to bury no one, infants and small children. According at a Starke hospital She II i the Oklahoma-Texas Psnhan- niverstty of Florida south of f> Asa,Nml J. Ollvo OMMIIKf Comotoryw
... _
were last seen al 4 p.m. Thurs end we do not Intend to be bur- to statistics, accidentskill was a lifetime resident. ol A1acboua die area. Some snow swirled Newberry Rd. N 1 of WllIMme 51.151 wi"TMwes M PsoMoaP05555 NeSIeNIS

-iff day were still missing today. led. I reminded the ambassador !, more children between one County. down over the northern Great The car had been reported ""'-

::i singer Maballa Jacksu "We have received phone of the danger we all\ faced two and M years than any Survivors l Include her hus Lakes region. stolen from J. M. Fields Plaza I M. Mss esoeeu P.wive. .-

_. Stricken with a serious calls from all over the Create years ago In Cuba. dlse.se'l band. Lee Alva Themes; a parking lot at 7.IT p.m. Sunday WI"-lie S./e/.It lor II Mr.,. Pvl.e II.M. lit.5e TunMo ".

dart::: aument last month, hi re- Cincinnati area,". Police Chief "I told him that any Soviet Cumberland son, Charles L. Thomas, Ocala; Ahead of the cold front, cool I by Charles K. Thomas. 2360 SE .,." -. .....ilo.. i.lie It .lot....PMlgSiarnw

euperatlng In private. James Flnan of suburban Fairfax government which Is ready to I and two nieces and nephews. Pacific air spread south and list Ave. Cwl.lvy MS olrocrlw of Dun-

........A ipokesman for Little Com- said after a rainstorm and work for peace will\ find IIIre.dy Valley on TV MRS. east over the nation with 1U Keys wera ..fila the parked con MM*'it_.!Mv/M. IW ,sal,. Aw.Mr. Forooo.vomoooilio woo.

:any::: of Mary Hospital said Miss darkness put an end to a massive In America I said to the "Valley of History," a half MARY SAPP tiding edge extending from car. 4t. >of ork.Mo woo no*oor**.Iot.e Otlokor It WM.Mr. _.
'Hrackson. SO, left the hospital search of an open field ambassador that I would be hour film about the historicaland STARKE -M.... Mary Tay- 'New England to Texas. A line of The car was located al 4:10 ty M* woo a mirnoor of Wo Amort.CM .

Fite'i last week and la staying between Fairfax and the Little ready to talk to anyone, when It scenic areas In the Cumberland tor Sapp, 2S, of Starke died showers developed from New a.m' today, and returned toThllm. I VoM lookM>... Pott Acllw Mf.pMIMororo sad S WorM will Wor tot
friends. Miami River late Sunday. I York to the west Gulf states. ... slurs, of Amorlton UCOM Port SM.M .
J ouVof-town of Sunday
_: would help the cause peace. Valley of Washington morning at a Bradford

::;The _pound world-famed The chief said he had alerted "I believe this was a good County Maryland, win be telecast County hospital after an extended *.. ....for. nosy MM. eases MoryC-- tMoroloorvkoo

I3ngar least to remain law enforcement officers in the beginning on both sides." Wednesday, at I .... everWUFT illness Women's SO fee wm lie M.10 of t.a t>M. OIl
In bed for rat another eastern United States to look out In reporting on the Chinese TV, Channel She was born ta Jacksonville League to Hear TmiNs ue/W Osw ciow.air 1NS a/.ru M fuse wm

four weeks. She entered the for John* Hendley and Jimmy nuclear explosion Johnson added and was s member of the to*. S. C. Mono fco Nrvkw Tommy

hospital S pt W, suffering with McQueary, both .. There have some detail not previouslymade I Report Thefts Northslde Be p list i Church ofStark. Talk by -Mowc N lamirlj M '-' -lorMMM. ....

heart trouble doctors said was been reports the Hundley boy public. He said that the I .James Weir, I Fraternity .. College Prexy -?...." .'"......sSNt. Co .ls ,i.N.TNsNN ."

by fatigue and high told other children he plannedto conducted at site Row, University el Florida reported
brought test was a Survivors Include her .husband Dr. lermr tuu. Pe
Roy Bergengren, president :School Bond tacUbsj SuptE. -
Hood pressure. run sway from home. near Lop Nor Lake In the Takla early Sunday that some Alva Rudolph two plow oorvKot <*r ..... unto MoN
; of the ,
Community College : D. Meting Jr. sad Super TkOMO OM % Wit) 00 kOM Ot 1
Makan desert of the Chinese,one stole a J2 calibre pistol daughters, Susan Carol sad 01 .. ..
Daytona speak to totendenHect WI lam & TaV .
eeea4 al .
Ms. N
er5a. Naf w
central Asian province of Sbkiang. > from all parked car. Jeanette ASM; a eon, Leonard the League of Women Voters hot have been hutted. Abe expected : c- 055 .... 555 C..er _
; Takes Up U.S. intelligence had Linda Raskins, Rawlins Hall William, all of Starke; her parents at their annual fan luncheon to attend are member -Mw II orluw. pNSO. .owe.-.Wo Pwv.l-
Barry watched the building of the test UF reported her purse missing. ..... and Mrs. Harry Prev- lot Holiday Iou of tot Nee. ..... O..weS M N 1M 1e15mipe
special advisory _
I cosy Aoe. ..... ". lit
She said she left it on lop of a Berms
site there for several! ..,
.It Taylor. Middtobwg; three Dr. .. a former mlttt for tile Junior eoDep .-. = "M"U
Issue Johnson said. Presumably, the car Saturday night at ISO W. brothers, Charles R. and Dennis member of the faculty of the survey bttaff. prtpAnd by tileAlac:1Iaa Mr' WM sin,
= Civil Ave.' In It were ITS = : .:'C"
Rights observations were made by highflying University In cash, a ring and Taylor, !both of MkWJeburg; University of Florida College of : md Bradford. betty -..... __ ***. ere
aerial cameras. papers and Harry Taylor BVfalo, Education: win speak on Vocational School .... &a Ass i e of esoss
Johnson dismissed\ the Chinese Barbara Horsbneier. W eat a J 1- M4. pm M e 5w Ciders L
\.Y.S sisters,Mrs. Christine Education.. He worked ta iTCflOlll attend- .
nwrtlltVtag N owe- PoM.n. ailed
WASHINGTON (APSen. palion la Just as wrong is call last week for a great 1 Palm Beach, reported her pane BlackweMer. Live Oak: and r'J field before call Mrs. C. R tote r.-- -
becoming can ':
Goldwater took the, forced segregation." I stolen tam a car perked at 14 present a.MooS ....... ..=
Barry International conference to abolish
I .
Mrs. Mltil Saunders, Penny of the Community College. at Hill reeervatkws. The e MIIS/A er .. us--.
civil rights question today The Arizona senator told thee all nuclear weapons. Red Fraternity Row Saturday night Farms AH members el the County luncheon starts at U noon sad wows _
and said be may remind th GOP workers had worked on China he declared fools no one

nation In a televised campaign! that address "for weeks and when It offers to trade away its GalMsjviltfl Sat

speech of his view that "free weeks and weeks." first small accumulation of

dom of association cuts two "1 hadn't wanted"to get this nuclear power against, the I Burglars Cart Away School Safe I MIIIMI ....

ways." Into politics at all, Goidwaler mighty arsenals of those who ..... ....a.

The Republican presidential said. limit Communist Chinese ambt- ..,r- NI-

nominee touched briefly on civil But, he said he had felt he tIon&" I II Burglars hauled away the' There wasn't much money" open. The dial wee knocked off midnight probably: alter 3 W1tc.z: ::.:..et tOt11r/di.51I

rights to a talk before some 300 must make his point freedom safe from Myra T e r w 111 l Iger be said. and a bottom plate peeled. I one ........ es alMeared Class

Republican staff members and of association. School ta one ef hur barglertes Burglars also struck two sway deputise mid.Oprette L I am.Newbsrry Mayor George; HS ierrdPs' 0MIe./

volunteers. "There's a freedom to associate discovered ta Alachsja. C a o a ly Newbeiif business places, Jeff- reminded. restdants he triad la terlsaN+Ni1

Their breakfast meeting was and there's a freedom not I Visitors to the great meaquela this morning. coats Grocery sold Service I machine. jibe box hire. another peels efflcer abovt

private, but the door was open to associate," Coldwater told Washington, are praised .by Break hi artists broke a panea Station and mgriTs RestenrantOne and cash regime all were a math ago, M was blocked auaYUi7 i4KI
the Republicans: the fact that Its raflu-sl ar and farced and sheet 158 the
for a white md a reporter In library door get tote open by. city caoadL .... ...,
beard Coldwater trace his csmpelgn Goldwater said he might later prayer fiche setras to petal the school They took two telewon pistol two itflse. ammo- taken, The A. g JMS SchaoL !UII .

k use the civil rights speech "naUonaDy northeast and not towards Mecca sets, a tape recorder and. nlttoa, a bowls knife tea watch, NW 701 Ave.. In Gatess-Ole. aleeTbami M ease s11b5w asm a.acb
travel a largely light
TW school .... .
TertHHojer .. .. .. -
... ." He did ...specifically\ to scientifically orienting the a typewriter as weQ as the aad other ante. were taken was ......... t/Iesa of.e
kj eccarred .
darted between S
mention television. but Indicated nUbraa toward the Moslem holy safe according te the ... ef tram .... .. Btergtan broke : palFriday torcesl a sank aide t
He told of the address en that was what lie had In etty. however, builders mad Sheriff Joe Crevasse. \ta (toes** a Jabesta\ wtadow.ever and thai owning n was window, broke open a pedtock ...reedwe -.. ..

rights he delivered ta Chicago mind .by adding It night be lied the shortest distance between Ralph Haunt school prkw A..... sae war Wind. reported at t. .... fa lie had locker aid took IIrN5rwaso s .ep5 ..-.-..

last Friday. OeMwster saM In when there Is sufficient money Wasnlaiton and M e e c a the pal said the M pond safe eae I and battered by lilt btrader. > rid Newberry burghriee eafareaOy abet ,SB war(k ef Sand Gate. + or r 5..

hat peach flat ",.,. tote- to finance such an appearance. Great Orel .... tam ed ealy abant arr.I I ., hat was net I e tread eccarred attar taday vise pete..... .r.ra fII" waaa5w

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Monday October 19 1964 Gainesville Sun 3

300 to TakeTeaching Homes For Babies !
Happy A Cool Cat 'I

For a time, Sam was a real i '
Found by Area Society cool cat. While the refrigerator I t

Nurse TestsNearly door at Mrs. George Weirauch *
house was l left open, Sam

Happy futures were planned hopped In to browse around.
J' 300 high school and
C students with care for 13 babies In the Someone shut the door and
university are expected
Mrs. Weirauch
Gainesville figured Sam
area when they were
to take the state scholarship cooled off for about 16 hours
placed for adoption In 1963 before *
tests: for teaching and nursing by
the Children's Home she found him a little
Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. at the Society stiff but lot wiser AND
1 T1kW About 20 unwed mothers were k1 a SET
Reserve Center
Army Training ,
1125 NE Ith Ave. also' helped to place their babies him free.End,
The United Community Fund
They will be competing for contributed tUBS to the Chil of Hunt

more than 1000 general scholarships dren's Home Society so t h a t FRANKFORT Ky. (API.i _
loans awarded statewide field representatives working Alvin Miller of Fort Thomas, {k

to encourage students to out of the Jacksonville based Ky., probably never thought
enter the teaching profession. office could answer the calls of goose hunting could be so haz
( Awards have a value of $400 Gainesville doctors and e tile r ardous. \

\ St a year and are granted by the agencies for help In finding the He tried to avoid two 'gpr e u
State Dept. of Education i In right home for each baby. as he drove along a road near I
each of four competitivegroups The Children's Home Society Frankfort One flew through the

: freshmen, sophomores depends on U n I 11 e d Community 'windshield and landed in his

juniors and seniors. Fund contributions to continue lap.Miller
Nursing scholarships vary its work. The Agency Is went to a hospital to
from $300 for one year to $500 privately financed and receivesno have a scalp cut treated.

for four years, depending on the tax support from public sub-
type of program The state has sidles from the state or any r'Y

Drive Begins allocated[ $275.000 to be distrIbuted -other branch of government CTLARKE'SRecommend
for these scholarships Since 1904, the Society, operating
on a nonsectarian basis
t Mayor Howard McKinney left and G. M. DavN. right, chairman of the Candidates must qualify asesidents and providing services throughout { n This
of Florida for 12 #
i icy
6r, kA.
county commission, assure United Fund General Chairman Keith Austin of
Florida has created countless

countywide official support In a joint proclamation. Today is the opening day months, and they must agree to new families through adoption. 4L Famous Nylon
of the 1963 United Fund drive.Harnesses serve In the chosen fields for "42"with
t I a specified period of ser T lee It has also provided servo _4He's *
following graduation. ices and care to many other TUFSYN

Fear of Darkness Applications are Ivai 11 II b 1 e children The Children's and families Home Societyhas Typical 3-T Nylon cord give' this tire
from the County Superinten- greater I'rtngth than Other
dent of Public Instruction and four offices besides the one He'a just one of more than a dosen babies placed In _y.lln' Ire And Tufty"It
candidates have up to five days in Jacksonville which serves the the Galneavlllt area through the Children's HomeSociety I the roughtit rubhr" Goodyear
Gainesville area They are heated of Florida, using given through the hot ever used 'In auto tires
after taking the tests to complete money
To Help Disturbed Children their applications.The in Ocala Miami, Penis- United Community Fund. I
k cola and St. Petersburg and ,
tests last from 1:30: 11am.
"'; serve their surrounding. areas In Ices Mrs. Eva Anapol I It I In of Public Welfare U Is a member -
By DON DAVTS able to communicate In this 1 Florida. 'charge of the Jacksonville of of the Child Welfare League

Fear of darkness can b e setting. Most of the children placedfor of America, meeting the highest
f" harnessed and used to dispel PsychologistAt The silhouettes used In shadow LA Is Bank adoption are under two fleeThe Children's Home Society standards laid down for mem

anxieties of mentally disturbed Sunland therapy are made of paper years of age Some are preschool I is licensed by the Florida Dept. benhip, ,
children, reports Mrs. Mary and card board tissue and different age The main functionof
;: Francis Robertson, psychologist materials such as plas- RobbingestSpot the Society Is adoption serv-
t at Sunland Training C e n- Reports TheoryFantasies tic lacing-tied into different I I II
ter in Gainesville. shapes is also used. Bout U.S. Rep. Matthews
in U. S. Biggest
The silhouettes are attached
The results of research In the I I '
new "Shadow Therapy" were jllllis Plato mirrored to itrlng or sticks Outlines! Show Claimed

featured In the August editionof truth are made of animals Insects LOS ANGELES (AP"This
the, National Mental Retardation Originally the idea of using and human figures as well as III nitroglycerin" said the bank LONDON (APEarls Schedules Area Talks:

magazine published by shadows in the new therapy squares, triangles, etc. bandit, nervously brandishing Court, London, claims the largest u; ns I''....
was an outgrowth of Mrs.Robertson's Projection of light Li small bottle of colorless fluid. I II $895
the American Association 0 n I II boat show In the world will I I sue .. ..N
J Mental Deficiency. Mrs. Robertson own childhood re- determined by the I mount, "Give me all your money!" ',open in Its great ban Jan. I. I Congressman D. R. (Billy) the breakfast meeting of the tr.errT.sa. li$1095

also presented a paper on memberances' of attending" I which draws the best response I Then, accidentally, he The exhibition Is said to have Matthews, who has com down Starke Clvllan Club He also
the field of therapy at the International "Shadow" s how. In China from the subject. At times a dropped the bottle. both the largest floor area used I from Washington for a stay of will speak briefly Just bt'forel) N liIIWlNMSt
Congress for the where she grew up. "It was'disturbed child may appear to It broke spilling tap water on at a boat show and the largest noon Tuesday at Union County I ...
that the In several weeks in his district
conjectured subject Willi .
his activities
want highlightedIn
Mental Re- number of boats High School In Lake Butler and .
Scientific Study of the marble floor. ..... .$.
tardation held in Copenhagen, the darkroom, within the therapeutic the darkroom, and at other I "Oh, darn" said the bandit, Tanks of water will float boats has announced a'' schedule of lat noon will address the Lake
Denmark last August. situation could safely times he may prefer avoiding bank employes closed In and and some of the tanks are large speaking engagements I n d Butler Rotary Club, I :
,I reveal his conflicts, she said. a strong light and want to remain :
Robertson said she had I him. enough for .Imul.teclaurf. post office visits' In the area Congressman Matthews has 95
Mrs. i
It was also found, the article In the muted light, the 12
The show will last 10 days
t worked on the theory about 13 stated that shadows projectedby article said. I It was one of the two bank He arrived In Florida with scheduled these post of Me I .1 .:
draw exhibitors I
and to
f' months before the presentation subjects or by the therapist In her studies Mrs. Robertson -,robberies which occur accord- Is and expected from Mrs Matthews, via the stops Tuesday for the purpose
buyers overseasss
at the International Congress. were useful In accelerating the' used, as subjects, children Ing to FBI statistics, every well from Britain "Lady Bird Special" last Monday of visiting with constituents: I
She found that children who therapeutic process. ranging in age from four to three banking days in Los Angeles as and since that time, has Starke, 130 am; Lawtey, With Written Hoed

; were autistic (withdrawn) and Within the darkroom, the en- twelve years. County. An astronauts tool kit holds had a busy round of speaking Lake Butler, 1045: am; Retard Gtierentee- t

the severely disturbed were vironment In shadow therapy Some of the subjects were For Los Angeles, bankers will\ devices such as a spammer, engagements Worthington, 2pm.; Brooke,
able to express themselves and confined to the stimuli of shad- mentally retarded in add! 11 1 Ion tell you as their eyes rove nerve plench, and sect A spammer Is The congressman said that 230 pm.: Gr.h.m'Jn: NO MONEY DOWN
'wialize with greater ease during ows in three categories: free, to their mental disturbance handicaps ously over the lobby is the a space hammer, a plench a he would be .In his office In p.m.: and Hampton, 1 p.... FINE MOUNTINGCLARKE'S

and after therspy controlled and static I Free bank robbery capital of the na combination l of pliers and Gainesville new FI d e cal ..
Based on the idea that the shadows those the (ion. I Earl C.
are cast by Asked whether the technique wrench, and a sect a aero reaction Building starting today. May
child will express himself disturbed child, while controlled might also be tried with adults' Police say that so far this tool Without these special Tuesday, he will speak at I .............
through shadows, therapy s e ssions shadows are cast by silhouettes whose disturbances have built year bandits have taken more I The tqultabl Lit* Aaou,_. I
tools astronaut attemptingto Scrvlcv
l take place in a dark room manipulated by the child or the a barrier to communication, than a quarter of a million dollars !. an I Soentv 01 lt>* monad Slot* Shell Tin
equipped with projector lights. 'lieraplst Static shadows are Mrs. Robertson said this tech from banks In the city. tighten a bolt In weightless Sarawak main highways are. HMI 6 Matted -
night would spin about In reaction rivers and streams vegelation '
flash lights and candles to pro- the environmental I shadows I nique his not yet been tried(Outlying areas have lost more to the force he exerted blocks traffic on land. I I FR 2-3576 '6-6563
duce shadows. caused by the stationary o b- with adults, but it should work. Despite the Ineptness of some
Fear of the dark Is universal jects In the room. A psychiatrist from India recently of the bandits, most get some
and transcends cultural boundaries The darkness of the room appears viewed shadow therapy money.
Mrs. Robertson claims. to mute physical environment at Sunland and has returned to See that worker In the wheel
"Just like in 'Plato' It Is a mat. and the withdrawn, disurbed that country with plans to treat chair*" asked a bank official

ter of mirroring the children's_ subject- _appears more.adults, In the way she added pointing across the firm's executive -
office. "He was a trainee F
teller who was shot and paralyzed -
1 because he dWnt move
Humphrey's Campaign4.To '
fast tnmkh for a bandit.
"That's why we stress strict
compliance We tell our em-

\ Educate and Inform ployes: 'Try and remember

what he looks like But do what :
I he says'

0 Ness'tJurk 3lmr owed by the color of Hum The Senator thinking on agriculture Once the bandit walks out of .

By JOHN D. POMFRET phrey's campaign and the vividness contends that there are the bank with his loot I one.teller nw
of his denunciations of his, robbery Is rarely good for
A few
WASHINGTON days various ways of supplementingfarm
Republican opponents. I more than $1000his trouble
after he was nominated in Au- income without distorting
the Democratic Vie e- stresses subjects starts
gust as Humphrey some
market and normal channels Bank of America has a
i The
.Presidential candidate Sen. Hubert such as the Importance of
H. Humphrey met with a civil rights and educational opportunity of trade Vigorous efforts''security system that Includes a
small group of aides and academic In virtually e v cry to expand outlets for farm produce hidden movie camera, triggered
supporters speech. st home and abroad seem 1'Iby the teller, which takes the

Over dinner and aft c rward. to offer the brightest hope he:robber's picture
Humphrey and his guests dIs- About the Presidency the can- thinks, and farm cooperatives I Public awareness of the problem
didate that If, according to '
cussed how they could give his and other segments of the free also helps. Jr
Lord Actons dictum, absolute
campaign intellectual content enterprise system probably I One amateur was raptured S
in government can corrupt I
power '
Humphrey insisted that he did should perform many of the when I woman customer, park-
absolutely, the absence of
not want to do what he said ,marketing functions now being Ing In the bank's lot thought It
most Vice Presidential candidates power just in as government thoroughly.On can. corrupt performed by federal sgencies/ )strange that a man with a sack '# .v.'y #tA' ,
had done simply repeat' climbed Into the trunk of his car
their acceptance speech endlessly -I' government Hum p hrey In a nuclear age Humphrey and closed the lid. She told
,contends, the deliberate Initiation #
He said that he wanted to says a Democratic governmentis of fuD scale nuclear war police, who flushed out the man
educate and Inform. He asserted not something set against the II !
that the voters had right: 'people. It Is not an enemy, but aj an Instrument of national When the searing sun scorches
I' has become I
policy an absurdity
to know what kind of man he'an extension of the people, he the plains of India from f
The nuclear test ban he
treaty r
and what he was likely to believes OctotMT'thousands of i t
was the first April to ,4,4, 4t+ '
says was step to amore des $ i..
be for or against In the future.I I On foreign policy Humphreysays enduring peace, but the Indians repair to Kashmir I ;, -f ,RtddYY
The discussion was described it Is essential that a bipartisan -nation mast seek additional The money they spend Is an Important 'so .i

by those present as "a good foreign policy be con- measures to prevent war bymiscalculation part of the state's revDISCUSS -
give and take" From it tinued. t'
or accident I enue.
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Unlveraity City' .aw+ ::L oi:.er;: '::=AsuoNS. DAVID LAWRENCE

Vice ,....._ MM Orwlilltll M_ By RALPH McGll.L WASHINGTON When the American people read their
........ pa.. ....... P.55.Mr
!last and learned that Walter W. Jenkins for
Of Ik* 4UMU, /o.._ CMMUHIH. / papers Thursday
THE SUN'S POLICY, 20 years a confidential aide to President Johnson had twice

been arrested on a morals charge and now has resigned
1. Report the news fully M impartIally In the news columns. 50 GoodY
2. Cxprttt the opinion of the Sun In-but only neditorials./ Us post st the White House there was Immediate speculation
as to whether the Incloent would have any effecton
all of conlfovirilal Issues
;. 3. Publish sides Important
the presidential campaign.

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 rs. With Irrespective of one's political beliefs or party affiliations
-- the code of fairness Imbedded In the American people does
: not attribute to one man the sins of another for to do so

'\ The Is decried ss charging "guilt by association."

In Pursuit of FRSIt '
Decency UNFORTUNATE AS the Jenkins tragedy Is recognized to be

by leaders In both parties the event Is bound to have .
It ought to be possible to be vigorous likely .will surprise a some other repercussions. For It draws attention to the crude. .

in political discourse without RAMPA good many persons to read way in which the Senate of the United States has acted In
that the Federal Reserve not Insisting that the investigation be completed promptly In
-:getting vicious. It ought to be. the Bobby Baker In connection with which the
case. name
System Is celebrating: its .,.......
50th anniversary Soused ..... of Walter Jenkins has frequently been mentioned.
But large numberof Martyr year. 'I'!' ..-. -. : '- .. The original of In ,
distressingly the the
a are we to the FRS .: ::: ..... purpose Republicans pressing
people in this political year seem '& TI*. that one thinks of It ss having TIGER' ,'N THE TANKa the inquiry undoubtedly was to obtain political ammunition for
at the
campaign, same time, if there was no wrong-
to find civilized political dialogue too come along with the doing ana Doming improper

much to bear. Constitution, the Bill i of had been done it seems odd \
R Ytr Rights and other early essentials that the hearings should have .

The Goldwater camp has borne t. ,of the Republic. r Voice of the People !i election.been postponed For the until people after will the

the brunt of charges of malicious ate tN[ June 23, 1913, was one of not have an opportunityto

writing and whispering thus far 11115EtetissrngE Washington's. ,worst' days I pass judgment on the Issues .
h r beat and humidity I -- --- -- On The Sun's Opinion Page Involved as they may relate -
mainly because of some Irresponsible en see sear seas r tarwnuewurseal. to senators who are candidates
(There was, of course, no
outpourings of irregular disciples of era wafer.en'.. ass O.i..i_ and (_....... d Sun NMbn see *.|CMM 'In HM V Jc. .f tilt PMh ....-. ...... for re election this
the Arizona senator's presumed "con .laser rwns weerto air conditioning.) President m nlrar1N r1 Wilson then engaged I inputting .teed 500 wand% .n4 mint tit writtM M *nlv .". tU. .* the ..,.'. Perry Mini tit ,.*. Tk. pated In of
servatism." Official regular Republicans wttkotit .h.. /. Mia .,i". '. ...... any suppression
: r ens-...... through Congress a Sun triirvti W e rlKt H relent as, btttr r to ihwtm < | e an the scandals In
alleged : con-
by and large privately disown :.-:.tatsew .- series of major reforms noted nection with the Bobby Baker
these activities, but the kind of em- i the wretched best, but re- Why Turmoil letter written less than two Politics Ethics case 1
phatic public disavowal needed to be minded the members they weeks ago to a local citizen

really convincing has yet to be "For one thing, Hitler wouldn't were in the presence of a 'None Dare'?> from Senator Barry Gold- Do CoExistEDITOR SENATOR GOLDWATER i
public duty. has charged that President! ;
forthcoming.Not have been caught dead, Jewish ; water
whereas the senator his paternal Sun I would like Johnson himself had something R
on EDITOR, Sun: The suspense :
FOR SIX YEARS various '"The fateful day of Novem- to do with the postpone- i
all the sinning against political and nomenclative aide; l is. For an- Congresses had managed to la unbearable. When ber 3rd Is rapidly approachIng to respond to Mr. Reid's letter nient of the hearings until .i

decency and good taste is on 'one other thing, Sen. Goldwater doesn't evade ,the strong recommendation will Gainesville's host of mod- when the people of America of Oct. 13, where he charged after the election, but no evidence .

side, however. Consider for a momentthe wear, a mustache. And there ,are for a central bank ern-day literary critics settle are going to decide whether that "the ways of office- of It has been brought .

new Issue of Ramparts a Catholic -' other differences clothes: language, made after the disastrous down to specifics and stop or not the disastrous policies seeking politicians are the forth and doubtless It never

(lay) magazine published on the marital status, family wealth etc." panic of 1907 during Theodore this addlebralned fusillade of of the Johnson Administration extreme opposite of ethical will be known to what extent
Roosevelt's sdmlnlstra- the Senate rules subcommittee
behavior. f
are going to be
West Coast. generalities? Not one single
tlon. This disaster was acted with the knowledge
to continue. These policies ,I
There is also a sneaking, half-vis largely a banker's panic member of that conglomeration have resulted In the de- Certainly in a campaign I and acquiescence: of \

The cover to begin with (see picture ible ..u"eaUon' another comparison brought about by rash speculation known as the "None Dare struction of the Eisenhower- much goes on which needs to the White House. Obviously

), is a shocking piece of irresponsible that of Sen. Goldwater with and mismanagement Call It Treason" tar b rush Dulles foreign policy with tragic to be deplored But by s two responsible the Bobby Baker case Is Itself
assassin Lee who "was 'an in a time when the control citizenry. things a political Issue and has
journalism. The Insult to Oswald gang has ever screwed up results such as: need to be remembered:
of most of the nation's major been referred to frequently In
the. intelligence Is compounded by a amateur" actor'. and an 'extremist, banks was In the handsof enough Intellectual courage to the loss of our International 1. That we citizens generally the last few weeks of the campaign

commendatory not from the editor too. an Interlocking directo attempt a refutation of o n e prestige and confidence get pretty much what we So It Is understandable t

that I it was "in a moment of pure rate. As a result of rashness fact one statement, one truth, of our friends; deserve politically. If anything why the Democrats were anxious .
vision (that) Justin Murray saw If this sort of stuff were to appear In uncontrolled speculation one Incident ss bel I n g false we get more than we to have it postponeduntil J
Barry Goldwater as a rattlesnake I under anonymous authorship in the ,' 13 New York banks distorted misinterpreted, misrepresented the Berlin Wall; deserve. To believe that in after the election and J
failed serious unemployment this one sphere of life people why the Republicans want
kind of throw-awl1lheetl that often ; or taken out of the repudiation of the
and cuts follow-, will operate In "power situa It sired right now.'
wsge .
Monroe Doctrine which has
Inside the diatribe continues in a show up durin"bitter political battles -
context. We have been subjected -
for self
ed. tions" without regard
series of articles under the general it would be bad enough. But protected this hemisphere It does seem unfortunate j
to a morass of "feel- from foreign domina 11 1 loa is to set It apart from J If.. however that the American
heading of "The Compleat Gold- Ramparts is a slick-paper magazine BANKERS.WROnow Ing" about this book (I feel since 1823; It would appear that part of people do not have an the
water." which obviously-and, in this issue at with a unanimity rarely this Is not a well documented the motivation for any vocation facts about the Investigation.
v least arrogantly-makes'pretensions broken thank a merciful book, my heart tells me, the disgraceful Cuban Is self Interest whether It may well be that Walter

.Ramparts' associate editor Max. to intellectualism or,, unbelievably God for the Federal Reserve my stomach says, etc. etc. debacle which has permittedthe teacher businessman, clergy Jenkins' part In the Bobby
liberalism. System bitterly opposed ad nauseam), but not one establishment of a Soviet farmer or politician. But to Baker case Is explainable
well Geismar finds Sen. Goldwater'sbooks I Il because It disturbs "feeler" has dared to don his military base N miles off the describe any of these v o c a- and he may be proved to

"horrifying chilling routine and causes men to armour to do battle w 11 h a shores of Florida and provided tions or any other only In have done nothing Improper.The .
terrifying." But that's only the be l The nature of Ramparts' idea of think and analyze a process single" fact or event contained a base for the underminingof terms of self interest Is to charges are that he was

ginning. liberalism ,- an Insidious attitude which makes most persons therein. Not one "feeler" has the governments of Central look through jaundiced eyes. In some way related to var-

which betrays itself elsewhere in the' uncomfortable. New York treated us to a logical argument and Latin America; While there are unprincipled ious business transactions Involving

:'Goldwater, Is "a Doctor Strange- liberal intellectual community's atti- banker Frank A. Vander. of facts based on truth the frightful war now In politicians, there are also the Johnson family
)lore incarnate, he Is possessed para. tude toward Goldwater and all Gold- Up was uncomfortable I In reality. process In Viet Nam which I unprincipled people In every which are supposed to have
1113. He declared to members walk of life and to att I e: kpolltlcl.ns enabled Bobby Baker ai secretary
has cost the lives
waterites is revealed In final Why has this book caused already
UWidal utterly evil, and close to suljBlflal. a quo- of the American Bank of the Senate
In general Is as majority
much turmoil? Because It of hundreds of American boys
And still more "He Is close to tation from editor Geismar: "Some Association that so
: ers a central .Is forcing complacency out and hundreds of millions of unfair ss attacking any other to make a considerable fortune
out-and-out monster." times I think that tolerance like bank would start the while $11,600
earning a
:"tejng an the door? Because It has intruded dollars; group In general. Such lump-
every other virtue can be overdone ; government In an Issue of somnabulant Ing of people further tends to year In his official post.

; Sidney Michaels, In an essay on particularly when it is applied as In flat currency and that this minds which upon fiercely resent '- the tolerating If not the make It even more difficultfor
would soon cause a complete encouraging of the financial IT DOES CAUSE an arch-
concerned and responsible
America to the to think? Be-
links contemporary generously necessity
-J3he Theatrical Goldwater ,
breakdown of the financial chicanery in the Capitol Itself to enter the polI- Ing of eyebrows that any
nrm_ lower. the right and meagerly to the left. system. His audience cause minds It that has have rudely blindly pricked accepted through the disgraceful tical persons arena which brings me employee of the Senate should

clapped loudly. ideas which cannot: acts of such men as Bobby to my second point: become involved In financial
Just the words Baker and Billie Sol Estes activities of various kinds
= After clearly suggesting that thestator transpose "right" ; often
One day In Washington I bear the smallest ray of light? 1 We citizens are
la indeed another Hitler and "left" in that sentence, and the while Congress was debating Mr. Stormer has not written a the tremendous Increase apathetic and only get excited had which could or could not his have

nflchaela declares that he Is not real- quotation could come from some of FRS, a young naval officer "never before told" book. For 'In'our national debt limit when our self Interest Is a at relationship least need to to be postThey fully

/iayinf that for there are Nan manyIva" the far-right literature which has stopping at the Army each area touched upon there three times la the past U threatened. Nevertheless, we explained to determine if

; la which the two men differ: done the Goldwater cause fatal harm. and Navy Club told a friendat are other books which treat months; have many responsible and there was a "conflict of In-
the White House about a the area and subject In de- dedicated men and worn n terest.
large number of Important tail. Some of these books are ,- policies that continuously who work hard and with Integrity
.THE: WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST looking, non military men out of print and therefore Increase: the power of the to operate within political As this correspondent wrote
at the club who were havIng hard to get Others have Federal Ooverment and structures.: Often with 1 many months ago there has
a steady dally streamof suffered from the silent black- Washington bureaucrats u n real sacrifice they have worked been no evidence produced
I callers, many of them out I treatment. Nevertheless dr the very eyes of American against extreme public Involving President Johnson.

yi; Flash Of Light congressmen. This enabled these books were printed citizens; and Individual pressure to Whether he knew about the t
Woodrow Wilson to flush out they were read by a few the dismal failure of the build schools, hospitals and activities of Mr. Baker with
of the club a large bankers' people, and each one told a enforcement of law and order roads and In general strengthen whom he had daily relationships .
lobby which had avoided ho- piece of the whole wretched throughout the United States the social order. T h e y do while he himself wss
o lfrt perk tttmrnly 4kularly with CommunistChina Khrushchev though certain\ telL Wilson soon had all story and this because they believe that serving as majority feeder
JAMBS RESTON In the light of the ly not the main one was their names and saw that they ran help build bitter has not been determined. It
changing facts. apparently that he was tryIng the Congress had them. So why Is Mr. Stormer the the discouragement of Individual communities. Is not customary for the Senate
WASHINGTON TIlt world There is M need for panic to bring about a new understanding villain In this lousy but typical Initiative and responsibility This from my point of to put a President oft the

his done the American pea about the Chinese nuclear eaplosion. between Moscow ONB OF THE MOST bit-' plot? Because be broughtall among our people.To view is a real ministry. In United Steles on the witness
plea aver this week. It has It win probably be a and West Germany. contested features of the pieces together to forma working In these areas they stand, and this Is understendsble. .
only about the necessary
startled a out el our preoccupation decade and putrefying whole between But It Is toconvprehensible :
: maybe a work
generation have to
the am was the creation of of necessity
with secondary .Is- THIS B ONLY a short list worth 75 change b this disastrous '
before the Chinese have psperbound coven of why -
districts and a board to be with and balance a variety
election of the questions now piling situation will require
presidential up
SUM to tarbrush
operational nuclear cents. Why Is the F majority In the Senate
weaponsand and 0 r
la the White House and the named by the government and active participation pressures power.
clarified the prlmlrJWU.I
and ? did not insist
the means of deliveringthem g a a g yowling so painfully ewe upon s compkte -
which would contain no representatives Americans this, it seems to me we
more they are studied, the of. good
el the campaign. this book Is punchingat bearing at which
across the world. Nor Is of inter Because real debt to such people : other ,
more embarrassing they private ta every a ..
Who Is .best qualified to sit It dear that the expulsion el are sensitive minds which disintegrate everywhere who are willing to stand op Important witnesses could be
for Senator Goldwater's candW ests. Congressional' Distrl e t,
In House and deal Khrushchev: and the elevationof when confrontedwith called.
the White I la In the face of all kinds of attacks -
with a world ta which Com Brezhnev and Kosygta will dacy The Federal Reserve reality. W hat are they county and" community and misunderstanding.
munist China to setting off end the Moscow. Peking dispute Whatever else may be ..Id' Board" said Wilson,' "must afraid of? A disquieting book America. CERTAINLY AFTER (he
for the It altruistic called "None Dare Call I ItT WILLIAM W. LILLYCROP election there win be bearings
." the Soviet and unify the other Communist Senator. certainly be an body representing OBSERVER -
Union is moving to reunite parties. We simply do cannot be claimed that he has an the people of r. 1I.n." These mind- and doubtless a thorough
the Communist parties, and not know. been a powerful unifying the United States, put there less, self destroying creatures IJD DItJoa. But the American -
Britain has established a force ta the field of foreign for the purpose of supervising Have "fett" their way of W-1 people win hardly be satisfied
weak Labor government? WE DO KNOW however policy He has not unified his this great banking system to a confrontation where they I[ i& : :. with that kind of ban-
This Is clearly the foremost that we are facing a rapidly party let alone the country, and seeing that no section must fish or cut bait or more dung of a controversial matter
question. changing and probably more behind his military or diplomatic and no class .Is discriminated bluntly where they must put From the Sun Dept. 01 Boebooe: "The an. William of this Importance There
ominous world which win put programs. There is not against In Its admin up tr shut up. SIIII will give tilt Irtnnatlo at lilt Alachua General H0s- are at least U working days
NO MATTER HOW the experts new strains on the Western a single government In the istration. Its members are lot dedication" available during which the
Interpret the momentous Alliance and that this Alliance Western Alliance or a single not permitted to have any The gauntlet I is lying at pital parking United States.... eeildreconvene

events In the Communist needs a strong and prudent opposition party ta cay of the banking affiliation whatever your feet. Mr. 1.. Jones. Will no NEEDS DEODORANT TtAJL Its committee and
:we 1tI. or !bow honest men government la Washington Allied eeoahrlee -J DOt eves the Board Is there to you pick It up? According to a talk by IT entomologist Bob Wilkinson let the whole matter be the-

i differ about racial and econonfc as new before. eae- thai supports his views. represent the people of the MRS. MARGARET S. Y I11AL. the male IDS) beetle dial a small! rounded nuptial chamberIn roughly explored ss last the
policy ta the United The new ./ goveranentla This was tare lest week be- United States." the bark el trees and !his odor attracts from eae to several public could jadge whether
Stales, the .team of the Britain, with I tear seal tore the OklMM..... be- females anytataf ef vital taportoace
em our ef Peking, Moscow majority ta the Reuse tI CM* ton fee Brunt epaeevel, sad The President's Reserve Barry Lists has bee. .......... Fur
aad London Is fairly obYloua.ill" mono and a tendency M WIn l>M IIrIII* tItdIDa.aM Board message was reed to Too CLOD roa cdteOaT? there is M more explosr. *
June. On December H be
that this country must reduce rather than totreese Is ewes awe me today signed tt tato law. "H's a Vital Issues Said Florida Comm..... o! Agriculture Deyto Cower bsue ta modern politics laaa
havegovernment strong Britain's responsibilities ta ta a WgWy delicate sttua- Christmas for tie concerning: party Base: "Wkea the Republics candidate controversies krahrtag personal .
__ to matntata economic the world eaa scarcely be expected : Uoa which depends primarily American present" said EDITOR, Sun: Much bss for pnstdnt canes here aad puts Us arm around be lIt er official btegrity.
gfesjaa and prasperlty. eiper- to help mica at ea a Mtftoi America and a of those who people watched., one ben said about what. Senator GOP nasupc for ........ I say .'. time to rally snood sj art the President who
..* and nits enough tocreeto least ttaranne. unified Alttaace. Goldwater bra and has sotetld our Democratic candidate" ta ea trial: tar flit game el
the largo possible de- De Gaulle. taFraace, Is both The world has not been kindto And so It has tuned oat to the currant solujcalcaratttign. the Uaitod State, and M stilto
freoTef unity tJttalfl the as.tksj falling ta Influence lid ta the rumor For ta a few to ... The Federal Reserve .: I n bat eftta we MORI OR IZSC.MAYOR. within tile fewer ef, ft*
aad the fret. world, and health, but al divisive. mischief strokes ef lightning It has System has Its critics son lave lie eaaortuaity to reada -Whet you have sere. Me ssarfttasj.." said Mayer .. cemttoe ..at.a sjseavken
110III......,. to review our ta the Alliance win undoubtedly Illuminated the facts, and carping, but It Is, and has personal sitter from a pre.- doe Buns to a Phi Delta PM .breafcfs audience Sa",. .... seastaa and let I ftsjbe
peas. with the .... with live after aim. One the facts have always bees been, a bulwark of national Ueatla. candidate; Bovever. "f ten ea request to make ef yea Dual say soy tai! witness wety aad
t Gimasatlst Rust and sew 01 tile reasons ,f or sacking !downfall. strength ken are eicerpts from such SOUMM like a saUbaa ....; aw --.... "",

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Calendar Of Events lUIODIffl f m I Business WomenTo Church -, II II)

'; TODAY, October I' Gainesville Woman's
Cub trs'
Day Observance I p.m., i
>< I' Great Boo 11 Discussion 1:30: a.m., Clubhouse art lesson Hume HsILAlachua Organize Here Circles
q! Croup, I pjn., Gainesville
Cramer Swords instructor Country Republican
TODAY October
Public Ubriry. Women's Club. Park I
1 f Gainesville Toaitmaslera Lane Cafeteria. THE f fRfflILRuth Y Calnesville has been selected I Designed to help women advance St. Patrick's: Wemaa's Club
!, Club, 1.30 p.m.. Dinner Meet- Girl Scout Leader Training Business a n d P r o feulonal 1 by the American Business Wom.en' .. In the business world St. Jude'a Circle 8 p. m.,
\ big, Park Lane Cafeteria. Course, t a.m., Girl I Scout Women, 7 p.m., Primrose Association as the next city, Mrs. Alan Nordon, Chanfcl.!
I' r City Panhellenic I p. m., House, 810 NW 8th Street. Weimer:-Women's Editor -' In which a chapter wilt be installed ABWA Is non-union, non sectarian ly Acres. .

<; Chamber of Commerce Build Gainesville Bridge Club, Inn.Cleva J. Carson Memorial by Mrs. Faye Alexton will not, and overlap non-political other, and business TUESDAY, October 18 :.

g.Women 7:30 p.m., Thomas Hotel. Concert. 1:15: pm.,.University field executive of the Associa groups, since it Is an educational First Lutheran Charci
of the Moo e, ( | Gainesville Garden Club, of Florida Auditorium. Reception Home EC Winner, tion. Association rather than Ladles CalM
,1 m., Moose Lodge. Board of Directors, 1.30: a m., following Bryan Lounge arrived Mrs. Alexson from the, who recently a club. Rachel Circle 7:30: p. m.,

I Women's Auxiliary to Alach- Community Room of the' Florida Union. Open to the Headquarters organization'sNational In Kansas Members are admitted on an Mrs. Clifford Lofgren, 1321
County Medical Society, 7. Guaranty Federal Savings and public. Invitational basis and membership NW 31st Drive.
!J'to. 8'30 p.m., Babysitters Safer Loan Building. WEDNESDAY, toberti ., purpose City,of Mo.the, explains Association that the Is is confined to women actively I Esther and Dorcas Circles
ty Course, J. Hillis Miller TUESDAY.. October ZO Junior Welfare League "To elevate the social and: engaged In business. I p.m. Mrs. James Hefftr-

Health Center Auditorium Delta Zeta Sorority Found- Board Meeting, 10 a.m.. Mrs. l business standards of women In I The training program of the nan 2938 NE: 11th Terrace. I
:. George A. Dell, 228 NW 3rd business by uniting them nationally 'organization Includes bus mess SL Patrick's Wenua'a Club

Halloween Luncheon Place. for training designed letter-writing, grammar, speech, Mrs.St. Ann's Paul Circle 1:30: p.m.,
Gainesville Bridge Club, make them more efficient more proper grooming, and personalIty William J. Bergman Mrs. I:
7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn. considerate and more cooperative emphasis for ABWA memo Cody, 708 SW 38th I
1 Reservations Now Due Girl Scout Leader Training toward' their work, their ben, who. are selected from the
Course, I a.m. Girl Scout employers and their employers' professions private Industries, WEDNESDAY. October U
J: )t@semtlonsfortheannu1 Shewey, Mrs. H. J. Spencer, House Sill NW Std Street customers, thereby I Increasing and the government. It Patrick- W...'. Chub
/Halloween: Luncheon of the Mrs. John E. Slaughter, Mrs. W. Gainesville Woman's Club I their earning ability their success The new chapter will hold SL Joan'a Circle 8 p.m.
$.Gainesville Woman's Club,B. Tucker. Mrs. Donald B. Wilcox Halloween Luncheon 12:30 and happiness." monthly dinner meetings.Mrs. Mrs. Wesley Lambert, 3123 I
scheduled Wednesday at 12:30jpm. Mrs. J. Benton White, Mrs. p.m., Clubhouse, Dean Marna The Association, which is Ins Alexson Is now Interviewing NW 7th Place.THURSDAY. .
In the Clubhouse, West R. M. Walbeck. Brady guest speaker. I& 15th year, has a membership .- prospective m e m bers October SI
8 University will close Tuesday Gainesville Woman's Club I of 30,000 business women ,at the Traveiodge, where ahe Is United Church Worn-
fat 9 p.m.. I Women'sCoffee ':30 a.m., Clubhouse creative In MS chapters In 4C states.Jr. slopping en. Area 1. t mm MAI'v",,,
1$ Reservations for the affair, Ag writing workshop. Trinity Methodist l Church" .
which is open to guests of memo i THURSDAY, October O i''r ;i ae s ''tseep'et" SATURDAY October 14

}J ben, should be made by call- To Be Collar Rebekah Lodge No. Trinity Methodist Church
to| Mrs. C. D. Magulre or Mrs 2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Tem Woman's Society of Christian

W.B. Tucker. ThursdayThursday ple.League C Service, Fall Hal....
Mrs. C. C. Montgomery and of Women Voters, -- Bake Sale I I.m.
Mrs. R. J. Hayes are cochairmen will be the day for Noon, Holiday Inn. w.i4ppr Church, 3U8 NW Ith Ave-
for the luncheon. the UF Agricultural W o men 's Gainesville Library Advisory e1a TODAY, October 18 [FRIDAY, October M nue.
,, Members of their committee Club Coffee, rather than Tuesday Board I p.m., Gainesville er.. Bridge and dessert party Shower and bridge feting
assisting In the hospitalities Include as announced. Public Library. a eter honoring Miss Mary Dress- Mill Judith Beasley bride- i
: I The affair, to be given by the e ler fiancee of Dr. John Me- elect of Grover Ford 7:30
.. V. H: Alday, Mrs. Mcll I IMr. Executive Board of the club, University of Florida AgrIcultural : Keniie Jr., S p.m., Mrs. J. p.m., Mrs. William C. Evans
will take place at the University Women's Club I Coffee Emory Cross 3524 NW Tenth Jr., MO! NW Sixteenth Ave
is.i, Atchley, Mrs. L. L. Bohan-I Women's Club, West New. 10 to 11:30: a.m., Executive Avenue. nue. hU :

ma, Mrs. Annie H. Davis, Mrs. berry Road from 10 to 11::30 Board aa hostesses, University Rehearsal dinner honor lftI
WTL.* Copelon, Mrs.'J. L Cok- Women's Clubhouse, WEDNESDAY, October M ing Mill Mary Dressier, and
**ar Sr., Mrs. Robert L. Kemp. I a.m.Hostesses will be members of West Newberry Road. Luncheon complimenting their son Dr John Me Ken. ':
'11I... Sheldon Lee, Mrs. J. H. the Ex':nilve Board Mrs. J. R. Gainesville: Garden Club Miss Mary Dressier, bride. tie Jr., 7:30: p.m.. Dr. and

< MEronle, Mrs. D. D. McGuire, Beckenbaugh Is president of the Circles elect of Dr. John McKenzie : Mrs. John S. McKenzie Sr tv W* c M 81* .
'jMri. A. R. Mead, Mr.C., F. club. 130:: a.m., Begonia, Mrs. F. ., 12:30: p.m., Mrs. David I of Fort Myers, Primrose Inn.
t ._ Miss Elizabeth Scott Trenton FHA. displays her M.
Wendell WIJUan:., 640 NW Gainesyule SATURDAY, October 14
first prize home economics In the
40th Terrace; Chrysanthemum Suwannee River Youth Fair. entry The 15-ytar-old Trenton Golf and Country Club. Wedding of Miss Mary Dressier WHY CLEAN

$ewardesses/ Learn Mrs. James H. Smith winner made the) jumper of red Indian head apd THURSDAY, October 8 daughter of Mr and :
1500 NW 3Sth Way; Dally the bkraat and acarf of polka dot Indian head. Mrs. C. p Dressier, and Dr. YOUR SUITS
Mrs. R. G. Hoffman 308 NW Bridesmaids luncheon feting John McKenzie Jr., son of
30th Street; Dayllly Mrs. S. Miss Mary Dressier Dr and Mrs. John S. Me- OFTEN ::
1 About PoliticsBy J. Adklia, 708 Boulevard; Lutheran Women Attend bride elect of Dr. John Kenxle Sr. of Fort Myers. I
I Dlanthus. Mrs. H. B. Good McKenzie Jr., 12:30: p. m., p in., Chapel of The First
win, 4104 NW 11th Place; Hi Mrs. William H. Buckhan- Methodist Church. Reception Any mart e Kilt l I. e prtllvtupmilvi
ANN BAILEY enough to get the power up to I biscus, Mrs. Fred Shewey, Biennial ConventionThe nan and her daughter, Mrs. 4 p.m., home of the bride's be don't II.", True, we may.
peclal Te The Sua heat the dinner. But by the 1606 NW 14th Avenue; Palm, Henry L. Gray Jr., Calnes- parents, 1120 NW Eleventh much m .eo we onci did sage, whet M
time we got through talking. Mrs. J. J. Xuble got BW t*d Florida Georgia District t The convention opened Fri yllle Coif and Country Club. Road. with the mart ,1..141 woyi w,
ling to American air-I everyone thought the meal was Terrace; Lutheran Women'i Missionary day morning with a workshop, -- --- now tav*. But "II It e foci Ital
wonderful." mill da neve II .be worn pretty
iwardesses Margaret 10 a.m., Gladiolus, Mrs. T. League'i ninth biennial convention baaed on the convention theme regularly, end far many accenoni -
Hoolenny Entertainment M. Mehaffey Ocala Road "Declare His ," Mrs. W. ',
ux and Dianne Peter ; held and Saturday Glory only mill will do I.
of Jim Wolford, a West Virginia 1:30: p.m., Camellia Miss I was Friday A. Kimberley Lake Worth conducted really she only soy we can
elr current tour duty
at the Roosevelt Hotel In look wall groomtd taw l wall
folk singer and long time Hum Rose Urquhard KM SW 21st the workshop MOIEYJUlt III :
tor Hubert Humphrey's pressed n awns no ,''11I,
Warier" la anythinga phrey supporter Is often on the Avenue; Jacksonville. Over 350 delegates l coal iltivtt rolled IrauMrs lertkirtl
ppy"China flight" (That's plane, and In the evening, U I p.m., Azalea, Miss Kathryn guests and pastors from Friday afternoon, a worship nMtly end tmoothly fin.sated. .
service, held followed .
they all with theday' the ten of the district was by
are through Farra 2tl6 NW tones
!line for trip Filth
lingo a luxury
a business session, with Mrs. tilt us how much
l where the meals are served In' stops, a hootenanny might. Place; Lotus Mrs. G. H. Boone were present. [Haven president of die Florida you ntod.to pay old Vourses\ on China plates.) "Our be burst forth In the cabin. 421 NB: Fourth Street: Delegates attending from Georgia District Lutheran bills, for home /Improvements > r" h32SOO claan dim close,. There ere

istengeri are lucky If they. The stewardesses have to be Rose Mrs. J. T. Crelghlon, First Lutheran Church L. W. M. Church, Missouri Synod dellv for all, csr your repairs |1W.M HIM 142100 bonIness movie' alert eMuth In 'Hollywood>*t who haveworlna end
ive time to finish a meal bee at the plane an hour before departure 900 NW 43rd Street; 1.. were Mrs. Werner Lauter ered the sermon. seasonal' *.penis. 21100 1100 117.00 3100 note IU''" cleans. cOw every
we land again," says Mar- time about 130: In 7:. p.m., Mimosa Mrs. and Mrs. Alfred Newmastor, Phone for prompt 31800 1000 (0000 3411 I wouldn't' oo the for,
ret Harveaux. the daughterMr. the morning and are on duty George F. Tubb, 1703 NW 6th Mrs. Clayton L. Huatad also Saturday; the business sessions courteous service. r._mud, sww WLOANI ",..,.... ball M, soon toil', or o*untidy you notice wrinkling" alihtriralm H
and Mrs. Lawrence until the day of campaigning Avenue; from First Lutheran attendedas were concluded with a UII TO ".00 don't hong thorn In the closes .,
rveaux of Minneapolis. over. Whenever they know they president of the Jacksonville Ted Berk Fort Lauderdale, end Hart wearing tomorhlngtlM .
have a long enough I p.m., Carnation Mrs. Wil district president In charge. Hav It classed Kotp ItcUan ..
stopover L. W. M. L
be on the Happy liam G. Grlaell tone end It will
passengers 2308 k.
during the day, they leave the NE Uth Friday evening, the honorable IlDiDIDf
irrlor are the Senator, Mrs. Terrace; Geranium Mrs. W. Also attending the banquet
plane and go along In the mo John W. Behnken, past president
mphrey (when she isn't off !torcade. They looked horrified J. Hoskins 39M SW led Avenue Saturday evening were Mrs of the Lutheran Church CALL OK. MING' TMIM TO

a trip of her staff own),and the their Sentr's -[when It was suggested that ; Hydrangea, Dr. Catherine ,. George Kaufmann and Mrs. R. Missouri Synod, spoke about i INANCI SIRVICI, INC.f SOS CLIANIRSMroom
four man they might choose to stay on J. Puck 810 SW 21at C. Pekle, Keystone Heights,, the Lutheran Foundation. The I Oeilnt svlll* ,;
o secretaries, and membersthe the plane and little Avenue: Jasmine Mrs. A. L .1 members of First Lutheran Rev. August Bernthal, Winter f or Cesk **d Carry ..
press following the came get a rest"We'd Flage Newberry Road. L. W.M.L 204 S. C. First/ Street . . . .fR 64661
banquet bog SW 3rd M. I*. IU.....
igD. be missing all the fun." FRIDAY. October 23 Banquet speaker was Mri. H. .

Miss Harveaux, Miss Peter-' The plane's interior has been Pilot Club Founders' Day I H. Koppalmana of St. Louis the
a, the daughter of Mr. and adapted to fit Its new r 0 1 I.. Program, Noon Primrose 1 "WHAT IS 'FAIR PLAY' II I Installation of new officers by
i. Walter Peterson of Broot- The typewriters: and machines Inn. I the Rev. Robert Zehnder; of Kollywood >
and Joan Dorsey, an Art are up front and the rear compartment United Nations Day Observance IN PARENT-TEEN 1 District U W. M. L
ie girl, were assigned to the Is reserved for the First Methodist Church, RELATIONSHIPS I pastoral advisor diced the con SINGERCOTTON
ptra when it was charteredthe senator. There were two bunk I p.ra.. William I Jeffries, vention.
Democratic Nationalijnmittee beds but one was removed. No speaker.Gainesville. Do you and your parents
for the campaign. [one had time to lie down m it Bridge Club I 8 'play fair' with each other VOTI FABRICSALE '
I.m.. Holiday Inn. when the Inevitable parents
.. think they'll find getting Snacks Served
lien conflicts
come ? Here's
Gainesville! up
Woman's Club HAYDON
i ,
_:k to regular commercial
ghts pretty tame after all the While they are In flight, the Bridge Party, 1:39 p.m., dub- an opportunity to compare
dtoment of the peat few senator la up and down the hove West Newberry Road. yourself and your parents with 'i
leak's. They admit they'veforked cabin conferring with aides I SATURDAY October 24 other families. Enclose a
harder and longer than and talking with newsmea "He Gainesville Fine Arta Sidewalk stamped self-addreeaed envelope BURNS
er before (since they're workon even stops and chats with us," Show, I a.m. to I pjn., with your requeat for the
a charter, the American Miss Peterson says. His favorite Gainesville Shopping Center "FAIR PLAY VOX. It'i
line role of only 30 hours snack la cheese and crackers American I Association FRU. Mall to Dorothy Richer I d

slty In .7 days has been sussBnded and shrimp. University I Wo rain. gun., .to care of the Gainesville !! ALL-PLORIDA Maw cotton ton..s In twm colon fw Ml', r ''

). but they also an hav-, The Minnesota girls_ admit Luncheon Noon, Pa r k Lane GOVERNORML .....,. *,..,.,.it...lurid*wflnkUst, / III >
a wonderful time and learna mey were pretty awed by the Cafeteria. ... ,.,tNrtwIIstlW..,...,-lie .pple"pdets.
great deal about politics whole operation when they firs Aid. ncft
-tIt m-,..Mrs forty tents)
f-We crowds started but now they feel like
take a look at the
i can ten right away w teeth- veteran campaigners. They say Mane IMH Cotton PHhtaSALCl39 /
the state la .irmally Demotic they don't diacuaa politics Checking On What To Use? Yo pR. i
or Republican," the among themselves. "It's just I
Is say. "And u soon as the better that way". "But they ..71' r4. 30' wide rCI
.01 be ta Minnesota YOU'LL FIND
oalection -
as gets back m the plane j
know how the speech has night Than the thaw .
hi received." this, none of whom. knew each' % H
Diner before the campaign' (
Three Stewardesses hope to lake a vacation logeth j ,
the three stewardesses have er before going back to cam L Y
their regular duties plus a,'II.iMmal flights and "coffee, tea 'i I
more. And :n the regu-|[er milk."
| duties get pretty irregular til aU.II." Satin art.. IM crtta*trill put yet ki the nnMM

',: No cookies .to Ow house for tscltlnf...-,rslnfcM of dwell/ i
ting a lot of wandering re-the youngsters? Cream together 1$ tea grtuy a iartr) mscfiNie sash K JIll* y.
ten into their with
I belts fastened ant quite butter or margarine with light Saw sneniy'mne certj a yard M Sefcari toon| r:

easy as making a simple brown sugar; add nuts. Spread LESS EXPENSIVEthan ...... 100H Cotton
the mixture over graham crackers Jew;
Duncement ever the U*-
and broil. Let the crackers SALEi50< YD. w
iker. The drops down
plane n,
ill types and sirs of air)cool to n-criap. .... It.r4. .,taNe l a

Is, not all of which are acre A standard two-egf cake Natural Gas or Electricity! r
Aaoericaa airlines, so
>liesy must be obtained fromattar made with twa cops ef flour TO COOK AND HUT WATMTHf t ?I
may be baked In two Mild
sources neve Ft* IfST COSTS USS ,I', '
eight-inch layer pane er la a .,
to on remembers a led) be the mosg hoine-i Fails nine-inch square cake .... WITH fHILOAl ...._ .eaaa.e-dlsv.ia.:: IUTTON SALE

ed for tuna aed aaya then AHlJ RIIMIMSIMYWl .'
be advantage to flua SPECIALsurs Full Appltcnc Iftflttlfatfof lW Wtwe rr dpcua N actorgdup, lip latioflia tf ,.

!he girls tin I themselves BEAUTY ft*woeM aW. fettsrai. st jeer 8ki.w Stare.Cesse DlgcaeNttsweJ. Laaaa I

(ratine as pert tine t> ea and Service ISM to fte Cotta W. aida say M say.. PSI CAMWhat's _' .
then" to the entourage. -We ,SALON ,' M

r wbea e ryone has had a .............. Mad,.. s, tj new for tomorrow at SINGI today/ 'I: ,,

Ui ler to day get and them we smifiag think than U' ,....4U-IM2 01 IS oaf .. -:::;; SINGER SEWING CENT k,

have a M ef loa toeearrraret nat ...... Misses Tttila'8' .
Harveau oplaiaa area M w Sit r.w.six I 1,,--II roc antis' COIINItr( WIld r....ear wi MNW COIIIIWw 'IJ

Hugh everyone came enM OXVTN.UoMe O.an.Lava" I" J F

kraton anneal aadal tat been 8aaplaae M tong{ ..wadar.w..eloua Omni end ,,:.. v 8.1MC. 2U W. Un',.n4fy:' Avt. FR .'.
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6 ...Gainesville Sun Monday October 19, 1964 ;



bIwn 1'1.loIiN.M 'ATIINCI MAY 5MOTHUS. (AP) or on

City Hall pigeons have become

CHARLII MtNftY IMOTHERi steel-conscious. 3-Year Contract

THI p1011Cf OP SUIT Workmen at the Allentown I CYNTHIA LOWRY The future of almost any program As far as the new shows are trap. II
(HAil LIS HINRV SMOTHERS City Hall project discovered a AP Televliion-Radlfj Writer Is assessed entirely upon' concerned most of the new en- Best of the new comedy batch I

YOU Add,..Alt. unknown hURIIY NOTIFIED ItllOraeoMln. vacated birds' nest built en- By A.F. MALIAN This would leave General NEW YORK (AP) Com the size of Its audiences.The tries seem disappointing In con- seem to be CBS' "Corner Pyle I'

.orwignt in .tho. tor Circuit Annulm.nl Court tor.. boon All-I tirely of wire. The birds had I DETROIT (AP) American Motors Corp., the world' No. 1 mercial network television operates chilly fact ruling televI- cept and mediocre In quality. USMC" and ABC's "Ty I,

Onus. County, Florid, against' you. You carefully carried, piece by piece Motors Corp. and the United automaker, the only one shut by on a rugged timetable. Although sion life is that advertisers Invest The big emphasis Is on come- coon.' The former Is pegged to

rt honby at mi ronulroa Mid Court to fill your wild An..KitCltrli ... lengths of steel wire discarded ,Auto Workers Union reached strike. new programs are in entertainment programs dy. Most are situation comedies the adventures of a country boyIn

or and othor to bans piMding i copy In
Clayton, Amow, Duncan. ,t JorimlonAMwntvt their own "steel-framed house. three-year contract covering of the Big Three Ford they are given, at best, messages seen by the largest two children and problems that of Jim Nabors, an InterestIng :

M M .Strut lor Ollnnvlllt Hit .Inll", Florid ttt. on tout an The 100 year old steel Industry AMC's 24,000 automotive divi- and Chrysler;' reached nation only a few weeks.to prove themselves possible number of viewers. have been explored in other comedian.

bolt,. m.toll 4th not day or of 0.Novmbur.,.. Pro, 1Horoln Conteuo <.. I constantly exploring new sion employes and continuing al-contract agreement ahead of The mid-November Nielsens seasons with other married "Tycoon" Is a thin comedy

will UI .nttr,d against you markets as it enters Its CenturyTwo prom sharing. AMC.In Failure to achieve almost build Into real cliff-hangers couples with two children. Even concept rescued by the lively
WITNISS hind and sal ot i.id' I
Court II Oolnnvlllt AHehM County, hopes people will follow Left hanging however the new national economic Instant success Is punishable by Will NBC's new star-studded the highly touted "Bing Crosby performance of a shrewd
Plorld.nla. 2nd day at Ociobir, wot the birds and build durable was death.. I down Into this Walter Brennan.
J. t. CARMICHAEL, agreement on a new pact that agreement AMC workers get "Rogues" chop CBS, Show" on ABC falls I professional
dork if top circuit Court homes of steelIN At the moment, the fate of 32! ,popular Sunday night "Candid
Alathuo County, 'lariatNOTICE would cover 3.000 in AMC'sKelvinator the higher pensions, earlier:
lOCAL(2003) / IN THI COUNTY COUNTY JUDOI'I COURT appliance division It retirement and wage gains woo new network programs and 57;Camera" and "What's My
OPAL/ ft I.'.'. otIOWAP.D Grand Rapids Mich. I earlier In the Big Three pacts established programs hangs In 'Line?" Or will ABC's two-hour

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN "">ftMd WRY Sr, plus a share In profits, If sufftctently the balance. In about three rerun of a movie take the audience
You ., htrtby notllitd Hut KM toll NOTICI OP PILIN PITITIONPOII A continuing walkout there: weeks, the biweekly Nielsen honors* Will viewers When
lowlnf motor viMcloi' 1160 Cnovroltl' 173 FINAL DISCHAP.OSOP high.In mone \'
4dr ioi7nraui will bt KM/ it won ADMINISTRATOR conceivably could cat off thompany's 1961 when the previousthr..year ratings,, projected from au- abandon the last half hour of
wl" it 10'00 AM clock on tit Mm
TO ALL WHOM 'IT MAY CONCIHNNotlco : : automobile building. dience currently being
diy ot Octobor 1M4 it III North contracts samplings NBC's "Virginian" for CBS'
M.M Strut, Galnoovllrbrlda./ Thor ll noroby alvon tluit Jmtph W were negotiated
Doors and fabrics
Duncan Admlniitrttor of fro cars are made win be the basis of needs
procMdt ot tht Mil will bt oppiitdIt n attittot AMC and the UAW set "Beverly Hillbillies" mow
It / wymtnt ot lilt cod of ..,... IOWAP.O WRAY Sr.. doc._. hoi made there, as well as refrigerators llfe-or-death decisions.. INO titVACA'riON
Ing' ', itarlng and wit ot Hid motor Hind Mi' returns at Adm/nlsInsIar"/ 'NM I tled first and came up with theIndustry' many Can ABC's "Ben Casey"
vofiklt andn., colt *t Publication I I of said aitttii tlut ht hH Hlod KH Million" and the like.
Into./' wit and thin to dot utiitoctlon tor tlnil diochirgi, and that hi will I only profit-sharing climb back to the top of the .orrow'coDfideatl <1 1Nei
aptly, ta tho HONOP1A1LS. M Mc. Another shutdown threat wan .
at flit bonnet duo undo flit conIfttt
with lot lurrouoht, 720 |W 4tht DONALD County Jute tf Alothul Coun.florid. .I AMC's horizon. Borg-Warne plan. It was diluted this time, Clean Slate ratings now that it has been re- from HFC iNSTS ,
..., Ollntwllll. Floriot COVlrlng tht N. ty. M Novambcr llth tor aPenOVbI but retained. turned to It's old Monday +rs
.. ot flit umi ail for tint) dlv which night
wincing of Mid motor o lcAny/ Corp., supplies transmislons -
will urptui rtmtln will lloblt bi told Oar to my you.balance and you rt en") Sdwird.. M Wriy Atfmlnlilritar Sr.,cfecMndIS if .floe 11.1.of Is in new contract negotiations General national Motors economic, despite its FERGUSON, Ky. (APFor niche, against CBS' "Slattery'sPeople" When your plain, Rer wf1.u NccsIINIIey 1',1

mining unpaid under uld contrictClttd ) JOSIfH W. DUNCAN with old contract exten new agreement four years, Glenda Jones had a a good new show, and M...I.Inl, call fa -w
cols ith d.y ot Ociobir. 1M4. Admlnlitralor' if Iitatt atIdw.rd has been shut 25 days
ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT Wriy, I'. ......Itd ion on a day-to-day basin perfect Sunday school attendance the perennial "Alfred Hitchcock SM "rclo.-r.. pry] bIIIS \nY

CORPORATION.Y, H. L. JAMERSOM Richard J.it WIIMMAttornty Law I Both AMC and the UAW predicted now demands by made walkouts In supporting record then she w. a Hour" now on NBC ether ..... .. ftx the hewIwitly .... :, Mtalr ..-

Otlhmwlllt Florldl I Soulhtiit Pint StrMt! at-the-plant stricken with appendicitis.The euttIt the fMnl"..a bttSI...w f.r any ether wertM.wtadlrlth .
Rambler and Ambassa
(tans) 10 If"Tht atlnaivllli Ptorld.IMfll Local-level work-
( 10'It, Hi III t I dor negotiations. following Sunday while while purpow, ....... ",.Y ......
Olvlllon would
at PlanIndustry SttiDtptrtmtnt car production .be Ing agreements here as else- Phone
ot Agriculture Room 501 NOTICI OP INTINTION TO she was recuperating in a hospital FoulUpWICHITA el HtMiwIwM rhtanBorrow ,-
.." Gliding, Gilntivlllt, Florldl. Will MOIITM PICTITIOUS NAMI resumed Tuesday after a four. where, supplement the national
rtalvt' MUM bids tor 1000 gilloni IDE Punuwit la Socllo" Hi.Of,. Utrld day strike In support of UAW miles away In walked the I\
loll Fumlgmt and 1300 g lloni SLtutn, natlct' li Iwnby flvtn that KMumMrilgntd I II. contract. entire Sunday School and the Kan. (AP) Fire-
00, Vlddin-D or tquil. lOll tumlgont Limn S.Vmciy, doing/ but contract demands on AMC. Agreement thus far has been men responded to a call on u to S6OO'
,., _, .
not I. Man 11:00 AM. Monday, Novtmbtr nan u tha firm Mma at UnltadSowlnt pastor.
2. IM4 Mlttrllli, to bt OMIwrM Cantor die W. University Avt., reached by 78 of GMs 130 UAW to have North Main Street but could not Take up to 24 Mirths to repay
and Unloaded ., wintir talon, Florldl." Oilnnvlllt' Alachu. Comity, PlorMa In- "We didn't want you
V. W. VILLINIUVI "rwi ta rtglilor MM flctlNoin norni Nixon SeesTrouble bargaining units and the unionIs blot on record," explained the reported address or any
AccountintMO undtr till prtvlikxo" at mt aftroiildDitod a your
nearby blaze.
its strike decisionof
( ) 10 If. 2. st w/ standing on the Rev. Ira Singleton. Ask about croon u,. kmmM a 11101..1.R role.....
; at aalnnvllla, HorWi, Hilt tin Sept 25 that there win be no When they returned to the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE diy at October, A. 0. !.... I .
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND LAMA .. VANCIY AheadST. return to work until an or a Personal Mug station a telephone operator explained w.fy

FOI LAW NO ALACHUA 1144 COUNTY. FLORIDA '1371) It:II It_Hi 11,1INVITATION whopping majority are wrapped the false alarm. Seems HOUSEHOLD1077W.'U .INANC :

STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF TO liD ., PETERSBURG, (AP) PAINTSVILLE, Ky. (AP) -:that a person In Peabody, Kan., tfG,'IZIItIIII. :
M Agincy 'ol till Slilt of Nolle ll MroIy (Ivan that loilod bids
ports.111iflon.r, will bt riciivid by mil bum ol trut- :Richard M. Nixon slid Saturdaythe up.Ford has settled 67 of( 110 local- The personalized shaving mug 40 miles away, tried to reporta I 1
inn at AlKtiua' Otrxril Hoipll.1 until change of command In the fire and In his excitement Avo. 2nd Floor
and In the barber
v. 400 P M. Octobtr M IM at flit "at. I :level working agreements village shop long
A. F. HALL. tl, lit. el tha _Inl.'..ter. Kremlin has dialed Into an automatic
Dtttndmti Otntral. Haipltll, Ollnnvllli.tl"Ie Alachui,...., .1 brought to power a Chrysler has completed them ago passed from the'scene, but long PHONE FRdr skein 6-4524
ALIAS NOTICE OF RULE NISI which tlmt and OIKO all bin racahrod tough, dedicated group of communists aD.I Bob Montgomery wouldn't let distance circuit, and thus got

PWOCEEDINO NOTICI OF IMININT IN THE NAMI DOMAIN AND (will or./ turniinlng bt publicly Hw apmd feilowlng. 'and 1 Htm rood for aloud a who will "step up Indirect I Announcement of'the new the Idea go by. the Wichita Fire Department by' t1 1

IY. THE ITATI AUTHORITY OF FLORIDA/ OF)' .THE I Pork''HI*, of ... po toglnnlna' Nw 1, aggression around the agreement at American Motors In hIa sundries store he has mistake. 1i(i

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, ..ro.1 world." came hi today's early hours, a rack of coffee cups Inscribed ------ ,
and to all ptnoni and ptrtln clilmlngar Milk and Milk product
having my right, tint, Inttrnl, M.t let Cram and Shirbil In Fort Lauderdale, Nixon after almost 40 hours of near- with the names of his regular I :
to. iwrtaiao ar olMr lion to ar an Tht Std at TnitMi nwrvit thi : The Adams I
than eartiM ,.,.." ot land htrtiivantr H0M to wilva Informilillai in my kid told a news conference that the :continuous negotiations. customers.
dttcrlbod and Hit allowing ptr.Mm "'nd t. matt| any ar ill bids that InN USED OILHEATERS '
toatihar: win. all unknown paw / "ludginont will' Mt bo far flit but president, scheduled to make a Big 6 room htatlngptrformanc
MM claiming by through, ar undo Intaroil at Iht County of Alothuo,
know, WhIt anal ...... II' who '-'lIe.' ....... Md form and oitimotad. television speech Sunday nighton a la a .
... lost 40000 It bt load III' .11.1 roqulromonti nay M obtained from IM foreign Issues "owes It to the 01 It (CI.I'AKWITJRTO .
(4415 Ir.1l N 40caa.ad, Admlnlitritor upon .........
Min eI / ; .rrtd A40r.N ::: N. J. Stovani.naw'srsriT1 country to tell the people also COMPACTCABINETI i
known ..,d''* 11- about the Bobby Baker and Jen- '
No. 211 )
Tho Halrt at Minual Harris IN THI CIIICUIT COURT 0' 'LOlli. kinn cases. To leave the Jenkins \0l! 6.vArIic $19.95TO

Ajdrni unknown IRD N,. 211 IDA AND, 005 11014714 ALACNUA JUDICIAL! NCU'T.. IN cane to the FBI Is I coverup." +f
Tilt Main 'at lilt JohnunAMriM IN CHAHIIIV NO.
Uknown HAIIL PATRICIA' ANN. ..CU.D'tlftll" A You woll JI
01. ,
IRD No. Ml "" poy u U prl'" ''"" bdw'he I
Tilt Hiln 'at Lula Ktlly ... If people consumed as much
acupl.J n' "
p"(" of Iho' "eM' whoch !
Adroit Unknown OLIN IUIIINI ICKAIID water as the average plant does IOU
lID II.. MlTht pur< h(]" $39.95ELECTRIC
Him at Clinton DuEowAtdrtu Deflndtn'NOTte: I Of SUIT in proportion to their weight, awes.w-r
Unkown I IN'LOIIIDAITO THI 0' THI ITATI 01' they would have to drink I 10 ttt'M'14g
SRD Nt 211 B Our
SICTICN ..,..."" STATE ROAD f| Olin luau loard quarts a day: everyday pncei uiually hi- below tote pmus
ALACHUA toO I. otr..tHImpbn. of retail iforc provided the
COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS any item otfet.-d is
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I Vital Questions, Amendments Will Be on Ballot Nov. 3 lj


By JEAN CARVER Sun Staff Writer lican Charles Holley vie in the governor's race. AMENDMENT No. 3 Extends the bond program for pub- capitol from Tallahassee to safer locations In such an emer t j-
lic school construction to the and increases the
The choice between Democrats and Republicans Isn't the Republican Claude Kirk of Jacksonville is trying to un- year gency.
maximum bond interest rate from four to four and onehalfuer
only Issue on the Nov. 3 ballot. seat Democratic veteran Sen. SPFssard Holland. AMENDMENT No. I Amends references In the ConstI-
cent. tution the commissioner's supervision over pub-
to agriculture
Among other Alachua County and Florida'' voters Troy Wakefield is
things Locally, running an independent writein
the office no
AMENDMENT No. 4 The state school fund can utilize lic land and the Bureau of Immigration where
will decide: campaign against Registration Supervisor Mrs. Alma
the principal as well as Interest from the State School Fund longer exercise responsibility. .
:Bethea, a Democrat who Is seeking her second term.
Whether a Board of Regents should replace the State for public school Junior college and universities construction. holding -
AMENDMENT No. 9 A Dade County bill to permit fc
Board of Control in overseeing the state's higher education The Registration Office reports there are 32.SK voters eligi-
AMENDMENT No.5 Allows Escambla, Lake, Martin civil Jury trials in branch courthouses. .n
system. ble to vote on Nov. 3 in the county's 32 precincts. Of this
total, 29,688 are Democrats; 2,114, Republicans and 518, In Okeechobee, Palm :Beach, Putnam and Seminole counties to AMENDMENT No. 10 Increases the maximum number of st
Reapportionment of the Florida Legislature, creating 42 dependents. sponsor elections to decide whether the school superintendent j Judicial circuits from 18 to 20. I
senatorial districts for 43 senators. The plan calls for 112 r
members of the House of Representatives, with at least one These are the 13 constitutional amendments: should be appointed or elected. AMENDMENT No. 11 Authorizes either branch of the ;?\
representative coming from each of the 87 counties and the AMENDMENT No. B A separate amendment on the legislature to propose constitutional revision subject to approval ;t':i
remaining 45 designated to the more populous counties. AMENDMENT to 43 senators No. Reapportionment and 112 representatives.of the Florida Legislature school superintendent question for Taylor County. of the state's voters. The system now requires a constitutional \ 1
revisions .
convention that does not submit proposed
Eleven other constitutional amendments and 34 elected AMENDMENT No. 7. Authorizes the Legislature to establish :
offices. AMENDMENT No. 2 A 9-meraber Board of Regents to to the people. '1
replace the Board of Control In governing the state higher a line of succession for public officials In emergency AMENDMENT No. 12 Extends the date for allocation of ';'
On the state level Democrat Haydon Burns and Repub- education system. situations attack. This Includes moving the
enemy the two.cent gas tax from 1993 to the year 2011 for the State I ,i1,!
Road Ristrlbutlon Trust Fund. i

AMENDMENT No. 13 Lowers homestead exemption In 4
I Sarasota County for school purposes so that the first $ ,OOO roof .
Will Florida Take Care Of Pupils? exempt homestead property can be taxed for school purposes 'of
and from $ ,OOO to $7,000 is exempt from taxes for J
school uses.Constitutional.
By CLIP CORMIER With the cost of building one system-of financing new school extend the old one an additional Despite the fact that the the five bond issues sold In behalf revisions, even those with only local application .
Sim Education Writer new elementary school now in construction. 17 years, carrying to 1999. amendment enabled the state to of this county sine 1954 (such as the Sarasota homestead exemption change) "
the vicinity of a quarter of a The present amendment,, In the 17 years since the helped finance construction of 12 must be voted on by all Florida voters to be legal ;\
.. During the next decade Florida million dollars Amendment adopted in 1947 to meet' ,the amendment was written into construction schools. It helped add another I ?
will have to build a new Number Three to the Constitution crush of post WWII enrollments the State Constitution, 80 Florida rooms Is Just as pressing to- 200 classrooms in existing The Appalachian Trail, called a
school every five days to keep which will be voted on In expires In 1913.'It authorizes counties have shared in the day as It was in 1947, Bailey schools, Manning said. wonders of
"one of the
seven I
abreast of the tide of enroll the November 3 election: assumes the state to market revenue I tll8, Iooo derived from the 'said. Of the $4 million in new the outdoorman's world," wind WE GOT II
ment, according to estimates of greater Importance.The certificates pledging! a sale of SBE bonds. I "As your state superintendent school construction here since 2,050 miles along the mountain
the State Department of Edu School Capital I Outlay portion of the revenue from the (There'were five bond salesIn of Instruction, I urge overwhelming 1957, nearly half the funds backbone of the Eastern United
cation. Amendment, as it Is commonly sale of auto tags as security. I behalf of Alachua County, approval a 'Yes' came from the State Board of States from Maine to Georgia. SO BIG !
Every year, 50,000 new pupils known, needs the endorsementof The bonds which have sold providing $3,432,000 for construction vote of Amendment No. 3 on Education bonds. I
are expected, requiring almost Florida's citizens to enable at Interest rates averaging of new schools). November 3,' 'he said. In the next five years, Manning -
1,700 new classrooms annually. the state to continue its present slightly better than 1 per cent, "I shudder to' think of what Based on expected pup 11 In- estimated, the county will PROPANEHOTTU 'CAUSE WE
helped finance capital outlay ex ,the situation would be today creases, the extension of need to build five new elementary CHARGE SO LITTLE
Makes ',penditures for new schools. ,had this amendment not been the amendment will provide schools, two Junior high Gas rent a car/ '
Pope Preparations, With the expiration date of 'In effect," State Supt. of Edu- I counties with an estimated $340 schools and one senior high at .1
I the present amendment slightly ,cation Thomas D. Bailey said million for school buildings In a total cost of about $3.5 mil, HOTTER THAN .CO"1I

For Journey Into IndiaVATICAN more than 18 years from now, recently. the next 17 years. The revised lion. I NATURAL GAS *-3 ::..
It Is no longer possible for the In 1947, the state superintendent amendment would also Increasethe "Right now only about half Cook fir Heat' Water
CITY (AP) tal 700 miles north of Bombay, state to Issue conventional 20- said, nearly 300,000 childrenIn potential revenue certifi- of the state money we will need I CM Oil. 'ImuwKt All Includtd ,
Preparations have begun for to call on President Sarvepall ,rear State Board of Education Florida attended school in cate capacity by another $200 for these new schools laIn Low Cost NO DROP JAX AIRPORT CHARGITO J
mndi.At overcrowded classrooms, million. sight," said Manning. "And
Radhakrlshnan. H. Indicatedthe manyof
Pope Paul VI to visit India in Pope might also go to Got a consequence, the las which were makeshift fire- According to Alachua County that Is counting the state bond I FR 6.5110 OfFICI Phone AT FR MANOR 6-3644 MOTEL I d.
early December. It will be the the former Portuguese colony three bond sale have been for traps. School Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. I.money." ___ _I \ '
longest Journey ever planned bya 250 miles south of Bombay IS, 17 and 18-year bonds with
pontiff. where St. Francis Xavier Is the amount of returns getting r
burled.An progressively smaller each
Terming himself "the apostleon .
the move," the Pope an- Indian government spokesman year. .
said of the visit The proposed amendment will
nounced Sunday that he would news was

to make Bombay the 4,100-mile to attend plane the Inter trip amidst like a "burst the encircling of ,divine\ gloom' light VOTE Don't Just com / in about washer npalr 1iI .. do something!

national Eucharistic Congress.' created by the Communist Chinese
The major spiritual gathering, atom bomb blast." HAYDONBURNS ,
held every four years, is scheduled The Pope made his announcement
Nov. 28-Dec. I. on Mission Sunday when

Vatican sources said the Pope Catholics missionary offer work.special prayersfor See the world's first
would probably leave Rome on'
Dec. 3, the feast day of St He made the announcement at
Francis Xavier, and return Dec. a special service In which lie
6 after addressing the congress proclaimed the canonization of ALL-FLORIDA
!22 martyrs from Uganda who GOVERNOR
"Yes, the Pope Is becoming a became the first Negro ..IDUlD .N. ,.,,. I
missionary," the pontiff told an modern times. l 0
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}Most Important' Game Faces Gators t


,1 Jly JOE HALBERSTEINJif counter ,with Alabama at Tus- day). The Tide Is 444 In Southeastern Tide 104 last'' year at Tuscaloosa Florida carries its own
SIM Sport Editor caloosa. Conference play.Inaddittlon in a Homecoming clash. credentials with it for top 10 rankings (Associated get beat 34-14 but we think we than ever that he was right Ingoing
;0 1, Florida's Galon hive played The Crimson Tide awaits the: 'Bama (and That defeat is the lone blemishon this battle, assured of a sellout Press) this week. have a good chance to win." to two platoon footballat

Important football games before Caters for their Homecom In g Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant) Bryant's record before the crowd of 45,000 since last July.I Gator coach Ray Graves was Injuries are a bit of a problem the start of the season I
But it's doubtful Jt they've with a clean 544 record: and awaits the Gators with steely- home folks since be returned to The Gaton are 444 overall and emphatic about It today. He however. Halfback Jack
ewe played one with M much probable ranking of No. 2 !In .1 eyed revenge'uppermost It coach the Tide. 344 In the SEC The Gators said, "This will be the biggest Harper (offense) and halfback Evaluation
rising on it as Saturday's en- nation standings are due TIleshh. was Florida which shocked the Dick Kirk (defense) bruised "Trying to evaluate why we
_._ ....__ ._ .__ football game Florida has played I knees. They should be able 'have done aa well In winnl! n a
to gain national recognition to
our tint four games, you haveto ,
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since 1928 when they could
consider that the sophomore ,
have gone to the Rose Bowl U Graves was partlculary high
t they had beaten Tennessee." on the UF'a defensive a nit came through and we have had
UFTide which shackled South Carolina good leadership."But I
Graves, a Vol alumnus said,
"If Florida had beaten Tennessee In the 37-0 victory Saturday. It the big thing, I think I
held Gamecock passer Danny was that we went to platoon
Roy Rlegela would haverun '
at., >. the'WI'OlII Reeves, No. 4 In the nation, to football at the start It increases k
s way against Just 43 Yards sained.As : the effedency."
Florida Instead of against Georgia '

Is and added tt He said twitch of
the Randy
Big Tech in the Rose Bowl." fillip, was
4l Tennessee tennis' mostly the defensive unit on I Jackson from tackle to end and
wore shoeson the field when Harper took a Jim Benson from center to tackle
a muddy slippery field and. handoff and circled right end In the middle ef Jut week
dA.O outlasted the UF, 1 -12. In for 73 yards and Florida's second the result of Injuries, would not
BIGThe 1928. touchdown. The ball had have been possible without a
Big The Caters will be up Graves Just changed hands and there treat loss of effectiveness If
Is sure. "This team Is going to hsdn't been a time out to Florida had not been using platoon
Tuscaloosa with a chance at change units. substitution
only thing wrong with the Florida-Alabama game this
Saturday 1* that it should be the final contest of the season
with both teams 9-44 and the Southeastern Conference and Lx.

national championships riding on the outcome.

t Except for that one little detail or two, It has everything else
tied to it In present circumstances.

Everyone knew at the beginning of the season that the Ga

ton' schedule was horrendous And that was before anyone ,'
bad played a game.

s 4h As of today It's a mite worse, if anything. r
rrL Alabama, Auburn Florida State and LSU remain the deadly '
foes they were expected to be. But Georgia and Miami?
> After their performances afalnit FSU and Pit sbsrgb, respectively

last Saturday, a Gator faa may as well resign
himself to the Inevitable. They'll be ready, ragged and respected -
wbea they trot sate the field at the Cater Bawl Nov.I .
hi Jacksonville and at Flsrhla Field en Nov M, respectively! ,

L ; to meet" UP.
From here on, It's uphill every step for Florida.As R

.. the philosophers are wont to say greatness has to be ,
1L earned. It is rarely thrust upon anyone.So ? 'n

t t ; if the Caton are going to reach the heights In the 19(4 # ,
Football season they're going to have to climb, hand overhand
for six more games.

A 'War Front

1'1 Are You Feeling OK? Up

Alabama Is going to be a tremendous test This ls a game .

Gator trainer Jim Cunningham queries tad Charlsa Casey during Gator team that for Florida to win, the Caton'offensive and defensive lutes f ,
win have to knuckle down and sheer outfight the Tldesmen.
This will be a football war up front.

fPitchers'lNewest Sana's pursuit to seen that it weald be a real surprise If Dupree Gets First Score
11&i A Gator quarterbacks are able to scramble around for se long

Gator fullback Larry Dupree puahea for first UF touchdown against Booth
Carolina last Saturday. Galore went on ta win. 370. (Sun photon by Eddie Davis.).

Grid StarsBy ImIffrr -, GHS Vs. tolWeek's

By BOB HOOKING diet over Kentucky. LSU is at 13. Army's Rollie SUchweh wa
f ..... Press Sports Writer Tennessee this week. healthy but the Cadets made

! : Football's relief pitchers Off to Its best start since 1967 mistakes and saw Virginia turn Top Test
,,- backs like Steve fourth-place Notre Dame next them into ens of me year's big Jca
to make minds
period of time their whether to rna er
It sp
SJoaD&It Churchlch, Billy tackles Stanford In a rivalry geM Upsets, *14. They've been able to de It to .... .,.' _
Emil from the of the Unbeaten unranked pass. Gainesville High back ta Howard 404, list Si t rtfa els to Crystal River
Marv Krlstynlk are dating days Georgia It will make little difference whether No. 1 Tide quarterback gets I u y for 4 Friday
I calling the shots hi a college Four Horsemen. The Irish are 4- Tech saw Jerry Priestly move Joe Namath plays. Gator chief scout John Elbner will action Friday night with a I night Ukat Ma M record to night lest ,
football season no longer dominated 0 for the season, beating UCLA. in for Brace Fisher and throw tell you replacement Steve Sloan is good;' in fact perhaps a Mmscomlng battle with powerful -, Woodbine, Ga., for a battle I The Colts/ fresh from 'a 1)4
by Texas. 244 behind John Huarte, the the pass which beat Sidle-less bit better than Namath. Chattanooga Tarn, Central with Bunch High. romp over Newberry, will enter
Unbeaten Arkansas eyes higher senior quarterback: who has Auburn 73.Nobody At least the Gators won't have to be warned. Alabama will High to highlight the week'sarea : Santa Fe also hits the road the game with a 4-1 record.

ranking and the Southwest(never won a vanity monogram had a day like Tulsa' be it the UF hammer and long for M minutes Saturday. It's prep lineup. Friday for a contest with l a P. K. Vance goes to Maccl.n-/
Conference title this weekend, Purdue Big Ten c) leader Jerry l Rhome. In one of the the kind of a situation few teams would relish Especially The Hurricanes, who enjoyed good Fsrnandlna Beach eleven ny In an effort to move back
after ending defending national 'with Ohio State, meets Iowa, great single game performance playing In the Tide's backyard at Homecoming and under an open date last week will put The Rebels crushed Green Cove over the JOO mark.
champion Texas' 15-game win- after knocking Michigan the i of an time, he accounted for all all the circumstances previously mentioned.VF a 2-2 record on the line againstthe Springs, 334, last week to run I
ning streak 14 3, Saturday nation's No. S power out of the but two points In a S84 MIssouri Tennessee Invsders. I their record to 41. Dropped HwiAket
jiight When Texas scored a unbeaten class 21-20. Bob Valley Conference rout of Louisville Their last game sn exciting Lake Butler, leader In the The Blue Wave dropped st IllS -
touchdown with less than 10 Grime passed for two scores Rhome completed 3$ of S1 likes Challenge 32-11 upset) over strong Tails-. Suwannee Conference Northern heartbreaker at tail. Gallic
seconds left Longhorn Kristyn- and kicked the three vital basses Leon still lingers to Division takes on WUllstoa a to drop Its record to 221.they'll .
I I, Ik called for,a two-Mint conver- points. passes touchdowns for ,440 pitched yards for and a seven two- The IBM Gators though, are shaping up as a club that likesto the minds of GliB fans. battle of unbeaten Friday l be distinct favorites- able
rise to the challenge.:
Starke will rlak Its sparkling night
! don pass gamble threw It decks Prepare pointer and ran for a pair of IH admit I never. expected... If the UU game had 44 record Friday when it travels Cross City, a n o t bit of the

I" and missed. Recalling 1942 when the Elroy icons. been flayed en schedule my pre-eesiea forecast was tar a M to Palatka to renew an annual 14 Record .ra.', undefeated clubs with a
This Is the year of the quarterback Hirs<:b-P.t Harder Badgers coat At his current pace of 1,133 record going to Tnscaleasa with the Guises needing a wfc rivalry The Tigers sport a 14 ever- 44-1 mark goes to T efor
I u advertised, but the their national champions a perfect aerial yards In four games, badly ever either Bama er Ashore .. have any hopes .f detag I all record, while the Red Devilsare a Suwtnnee Conference, ,I J t.
, headliners aren't AD-Amerkas season 17-7, second-ranked Rhome would end the season better than M. Ale Idle right behind with a ....1 Trenton la saddled with a 2-3: i
Roger SUubach and Jimmy Ohio State prepares for Wisconsin. with 2,132 yards compared to Each game Florida wins put the Caters that much more The Tornadoes also were Idle mark WUUston win be the host "
I Sidle Joe Namath, Pat Screen The Bucks blunted Southern the current season's mark of t- on the spot for future foes. Florida State found that out last last week gaining time lit ...- team. In other Friday night encounters -
i and Fred Duda. They arc ailing. California's passing game and 157 set by Bsylor's Don Trull a week against Georgia. The Bulldogs were considered fortu- juries to heal. Strong North Marlon also will Chlefland v I II l t. Branford t
Bama Sloan went back to power plays In a year ago.Oregon's. nate to tie South Carolina Just two weeks previously. That's Lincoln, which mushed Ocala find top opposition when It trsv. Newberry goes to Mayo

Third-ranked Alabama girdIng -I 17-1 shutout Bob Berry passedfor the lime South Carolina team the Galon smothered, fI... Keystone Heights la at St. Augustine -
r for Southeastern Confer' Syracuse No. 7, and Florida all the touchdowns In a 214 On paper, FSU should have romped. But you can't figure MB Melrose plays at

showdown a against likewise State. No. It, needed late surgesto decision over Arizona Berry, thataway anymore n college football Same Old Celtics Ironson and Hawthorne travelsto
ence unbeaten Florida la rolling pun out victories over Penn tied for the nation's TD-pass As Coach Ray Groves has tried so hard, (and done to well), Plenon.
State 21-14 and Georgia 17-14 honors with It In 19(3 already to point out 19(4 football has boiled down to this:
the .
with Sloan at ..
along for Namath. be respectively. Syracuse next has 12 to his credit this fiD.I "Who wants to win the most on any particular Saturday." erass.scae.e M 4 4o.w.wr.
got s.rw
a Stepping touchdown as the Crimson draws touch Oregon State for a Off and .. fo s r aa pC'
Tide tuned two blocked kicks'Tech.toe while FSU II at Virginia l I Georgia These Point Favor VFIf I Winningcope .csen. f..5 warnUthsU

, and a fumble recovery Into a 19- .. ej
I victory over Tennessee., Kansas kept pact with Nebraska StarLinebacker the Caton have anything going for them Saturday at By THC' ASSOCIATED PRESS with Walt Bellamy's 30 .
Now that Dudaa b lilt with a and Idle Oklahoma State Loe Tuscaloosa they might be enumerated to this manner: It's the sane o4! story to the points for Baltimore Saturday :..a..e' "c.y : : I r !,M" t ,
broken No. I ranked Nebraska In the Big Eight by shocking 1. Knowledge that Alabama can be beaten at ....... Florida National Basketball Association. night On Sunday they couldn'tovercome .no Mane.. "? ,,,. a t
Is kg riding a -aam' winning -,Oklahoma 1.14011 the final playof did It last year The champion Boston Celtics Jerry Lucas rebounding :::: .. .. : 1'-:

skein behind the play of Churcbich.. woo tcored The victory was the first by ATHENS, C.. (AP) Geor- than Alabama Considering the caliber of oppoeIUoe played seventh straight/ title, figure to Jack Twymaa and Tom Hawkins ,- 5 lee I. ,..s.Kw ...
tines over the Sooners at cia'. loss to Florida Slate to date Fd the Caters are a bit better. -v .1. ..ew
twice to the 47.. rout of Kansaa Laurence since IMeXStMbab overshadowed say dominate the league I In the clutch Twymaa finished wMN ........
State. last Saturday was t Xaewlege Oat offensively Fbrtda has eeeae along ay Another conclusion from the with 31 points with Oscar t rN. ,...
EzelL tf ninth-ranked Louisiana ) Plays "by sn automobile accident leaps and beanie ... peat two gases after hwatog sluggish league's opening games ever Robertson tossing m 21 and. c--." ii.' ,'I"'' 1
State started to place) of $SUubach saw brief action for which removed' defensive first- aloe first two. Tt say IBS Galen prebaMy ran ran a Hide the weekend: Without big Wll,handing out It assists. e.w., 505 .1W ref
string linebacker Lewis Lick better than he Tide.' Varna, M Nsaasrth stays, has to be aeeereedan 55 .. I'
Screen as be had done much of Navy but California had a further Chamberlain the San Francisco I Cincinnati behind at one point viper 'a.oi-' "
last Mason, and directed the healthy Craig Morton at quarter (Pete Dickens from edge .in psi... Warriors are doubtful repeaters to the second half by 23 points. ....... -.0 '
play this aeeson.Dickens The only thing that has to be answered Saturday hat to ; i Non
unbeaten Tigers to a fl., ter- and the Golden Bean won 27- as Western Division chempSi almost pulled the game out a.e."awn '
and gm companion
21. a do with Florida's ability to outfight "Bama for THE big one. The Celtics walloped the Detroit against St Louis Saturday : :
were Injured late Sun Alabama has a bug. cherished of raring to the occasion. ..-. i cawa.
history s
Pistons 11341 to "" 11'opIIIfI' night The Royals rallied to .. ...
dIr..ear collision about The Gators art working en their own history book right now. night The t twa : i
Athens U J. Saturday within 9341 with" seconds left. 1=.. .. Misr
of ea
Rountree Wins a mile west ...:
Warriors took a 121-ltt drubbing I ......
.71.Dickens A hospital sustained spokesman leg Injuries said from the Baltimore Bullets largest Tersest ::..:'" ... i'i:
The .largest crowd to see an
Lincoln the snd absorbed a
same night now Mew a
end a possible broken J. w. RompsBy second defeat from the NBA opener to New York In fiveyears. c__ \ : yIN Jrt
straight I
Starke The girt Mary Jo Carey It, ,- 1". ,
Tourney Octonad: Royals 117-101 toSunday's 13.104, sew Jerry West --. J -
of Clartetvffle. later died. .... .
and Eight/ Baylor lead the Later
any scheduled gsme.In ....
"Dickens bad really came Rival 40-0 other Saturday the to thetr triumph. ever the ...... Kee a I ..
STARK!: -Jack Rountree of Second. flight Bill Rideout tbroagn this year .1aID they" games Cmcln- Knleks. West scored 31 points tort wee..4*IC.I
St Lssjto Hawks nipped i
Lake City fired a .Inret.-under Palatka, g3-$ 1S7; Darrell made. a Inebacker out of him. and Baylor 'I as the Lekn c..4 a c_. w i
I anti 9441 end the Los Angeles .
15 here Sunday to capturethe Been. Jacksonville. OVTT-IC. leech Vfcee Dooley said. "He came from behind a 11.point r':7':= ::. 54 MM
par OCALA Lktcote Its out 113115 I
played me greatest game of his kept and me ether U. Lakers pulled a $45 ,. w M..1.Mr. .
twfrday Starts Invitational Third flight Ronnie Fers. deficit In me second half. .
w -
Ralph die New York r
nesrd here S t Brocklngtoa triumph ever
spates a s rdsy
golf tournament son, P.1.U.. T- 7$-111; .... II yards for another ICnleta. The Philadelphia Tiers No game are scheduled tonight for. ewe wC. +-
night wIth a smashing 404 victory ==: .= I
Roontree fired a 74 SaturdaywgiveaimaM.boletotalof Vaughn Thomas, Jacksonville c
and Lawrence James downed Detroit I2M13 en Fri
ever rival Howard 14tghtThe -",v w -
R49-K7. F tve's''Spealer I 17 yards senses the goal day. ..... ...... ...... wee"w C-III w.1._...."r ttr" seeM.r..4r
143 for the medal play event FOOT fight -'Roy its Terriers raced to 21 points fo'e's w -
Harold' i amsp m of the host sea. Pah ... 91 B 173; For* QB 'Club to the final period to put l's ....... llaebaeker B stfllaarpAs eww. n M asweares M..wwee p"...
club ...... am early lead Gens Ferguson;Palatka. 9343171 Ids ea cake serf ran thtir Sapp and ...,. Stacey BO Russia *.*, so go me .._....... 1.i ...-.
with a 71, but dropped. amis M.Lkieoto Clues And Big Bill was to fine __ .. 1M Nominated
Saturday Jbsf yaws. Georgia sees m recorded me ether twensSeppplekoda Cr1.r.r.
...... ....... l
m 73 Sunday for 144 and meCbhentty Fall ftI&II&M. LameMyea. director, wffl be the speaker I..... MOs against the Lidos despha -1 .n '
....... _I Start. M --.: Mine Taesday night at Ins Games.vffls }roped off to a 134 ramble end ran M,yards, and being termed toe fat" by lIt: EAtTTMORE. Md. (AP) -
ef Florida golf star Ripen Orange Par, 0111 101A Qnmtoinart Ctoh meeds*. lead to me second period, expended .Besl went 3* yard after a Coach Red Auerbsch. m the _:.'_:::.. .1.= ,...... Bold Lad. wheat victory me
Bas. Murphy was. third. wits 74- team keaeW. by Joe Me- The start at r l MLat M to H4 at nalftime Mocked kick.Brecktogtw. Ant half be scored K points lid _'. ..... Aqueduct Foturir/ was Mi (tvmm .
73-141 DonaM ef Jadtseavflt Naval sal Cseary Case.Caveev and men mraoi the game tote I was the Terrierstop grabbed 17 rebounds. He Ate tit. ... sectM to a..w Mmgs,

w/hmen and raonenep to ether -Air Statien assessed me aream seeetsefaf teaaetbal not to the bet qussi r. rasher with M yards en 11 med with It and U. respective- ..........: /.1.-r.-- has been namtostod. for the' lie,.

ftIIMI Win event s* frhmy with a toW ceertatAeberabefcremh.tag carriers. James picked ep 49 ". .M.enti..ew t::.::.:.. n PtoiBro FWarliy.
Flnl flight -..,. wiawte. ef d Sense play vent aver ae amlsac esreetor at .bud W obted arm yards en atae carriers and With Cbsmbfrisln ta a Phusattphto tnenoanr. The I- year .eU inure win

Palau HV74-1S2: Jim Irvis. ta a Lake City atgrigsTisa, Georgia, wffl speak ea varisar Jar IsscMswB pars to end Kannem Gauewey chipped lawkh hospital for a stomach .w .r.5I =, ee.re beruneverlheoMBuleaiklaslxtenth
JeetaoBvffle, 79-74-ltt headed by pre dock ... 0,.Oaytoa Teembs, eau good for 41 yards ea sews rvssuse aOmeat, Sao Francisco cadet tae- ee e:....... *-C..


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I. ,10 Celmsvlll. Sun Mo"",,, Octob.r, 1964 .

j fj f Hornung Wears 'Collar9 '

Again as Packers Lose ;

By DICK COUCH Bay Packers. strike to Jim Gibbons. Wayne Perkins, who played despite 1

Associated Prep Sports Write Harming, bothered by a Walker added a 46-yard field cracked ribs and ran for M

Paul Hornunf wore the collar pinched shoulder nerve, donned goal. yards, had put the Cowboys: a

\ In more ways than one and. a protective collar Sunday :for The Lions' rugged defense ahead with a one-yard scoring
it meant another trip to the I Green Bay's key National Football held the defending champions.
7x cleaners Sunday for the Green League game at B.ltimore'l now 2-4, to 29 yards rushing and< phmge. Cleveland's Jim Brownregained
Then he missed five successive! picked off three passes. the league rushing

1t field goal attempts, the last one lead from Perkins by reeling off
Four TD Tosses
Keane Awaits backfiring Into a 24-21 Colt victory IM yards.
Roman Gabrief, returned
that jolted the Packer
from the injured list, tossed U-Year Vet
1964 title hopes. four first.half touchdown passes Matson, n 11-year veteran,
Phone Call The Packers have dropped for the Rams, who set an NFL scored on a four-yard run in t the
three of six starts and trail the
: opening minute and raced $4
Colts record for yardage on interception
Western Division-leading yard for another Philadelphia
From Yanks returns. The Los Angeles
by two games. The three de- secondary swiped seven 49er touchdown. Baker, a 10-year
feats have been by a total of '\
kicked three field goals
and netted 314 yards on pro

NEW YORK Johnny Keane nung, the NFL'a single-eesson Charley Johnson fired a 14-, defeat virtually killed New

said Sunday night be had not yard payoff pass to Bobby Joe' York's chances of repealing as d

been offered the Job as manager NATIONAL M0TMU.ILIAOUI Conrad with 26 seconds to play Eastern Division champs. The

of the New.York Yankeea. a..Iw Cs.1M.W k T ,..,. ..... *PLwM and Pat Fisher lugged last-' Giants are 141.
"But I'm available," be added St. 411 JOt 140 .laCNyan. second Interception 39 yards for Bill Brown caught two touchdown
411 :JN 141 111
In a telephone Interview the Cardinals from scramblingFran ..
iiM ip !I' in m t4 mIrturfD another score ) passe
He Spoils It from hit bone la Houston. "I've :_:: V.f. III- :J4I JGI 104_ 1.?-] snapped a 24-24 deadlock. Jim Tarkentoa and bulled a

been waiting for a phone can 0.llnWrtlnfltoi 141 .101,., 01 117 Martin's 24-yard field goal had yard for another score U the
1 e 1 m 145WM.1
from them since 1130: Sunday cslsrMssw tied it for the Redskins with 1:50: Vikings whipped the Steelers
Jerry Logan Baltimore Colts' defensive back morning, and I've received "T.... Hi. 0. I remaining.The Carl Eller and Jim Marshall led \

breaks tra pug Intended for Green Day Packer alls from everyone except the LII DeI..1I Anq.l ill Oil JM Ml 111 144 1:1.71: I Browns trailed 16-13 in Minnesota' second-half: defensive HE'S REALLY HAPPY
flanker Dowler. The Colts the III JM I4CDk 137Or.0 :
Boyd won ImportantNFL 'M..M1 1t
Yanki. I 711 .... 171 111 the fourth when Parrlah charge that tossed Pitts- medal for shot win
ley quarter Dallas Long gets gold put
clash 2421. (AP Wlrtphoto to Sun). There were Indication that ... ..r.ndu1, e 0 .171 117 1M Ed Brown five t
.. R 101 If'' raced the distance after grabing burgh passer In Olympic
the Yanks have approached Alvin 14,k.MY'. -II'II > a Don Meredith pass. Don tunes for 45 y.rcIIln losses (AP WlrtrfwK by c Mt M tun)
Idllnwn OfMA Say \
Dark, recently as L.W.71.' WMhlnglon
Bills' Defense manager of the San Francisco CoN K. OMIM I 11
Ottralt. W. OlkM l
lants. LM AiifriM 4t SM ,rM. M IN OLYMPIC TRACK EVENTS j
c...::. Dark said from Lake Charles, MN.,..:l=1' II

L., that "I """'& tatted to MIMMIMINI'.M'WMOp/. .
Just Too Tough the Yankees for tome Una. But _...'.-.. -It II.0.04510101Oslo. O.lr"1d .. "

just to be considered u a manger ; M $5. L.W.
*** Yy1tlllMfclplili"! M**"'** Larrabee McGuire Win
Loo ... On.n 'II' II Ml.0NMIm1.
of that club Is a great hon AtIIMI..., It I..rscl.c.
By HAL BOCK 3010. or. There's nothing I'd like M IIHburjh ,

Amclatoa Press Specie Writer John Hadl, making his first more. la fact, being their manager .
Two plays to make one yard start since IW, keyed San Die Is like being President of ByTEDSMTTSAsseclaled .. '4, .l.l1r.la
record holder failed to .
Ordinarily there would be nothIng .. go's victory which enabled the the United States.. I produce. Press Sports Editor f ,;J} ":
He missed extra In
to it In the hlgh-scorlni: Chargers to move Into first Keane's denial regarding the point kicks TOKYO (AP) Mike Larry ."

American Football League. Bu place In the Western Division Yankee Job, which became open 1' one-point losses to the Colts and bee, the elder statesman of the

the Buffalo Bills are no ordlnarj;' He passed for two touchdownsand when Yogi Bern was die Minnesota Vikings. I ation's sprinters, and Edith Mc .J ,.,
team tad because their defeaslvo ran II yards for third as missed last Friday,"coincided FG Blocked .
unit refused to yield thai the defending AFL champ won with strong reports that the Green Bay held a 21-17 lead Cube raced away with two """ J

precious three feet, the Bllli their third. Yanks had already chosen him Sunday with less than two more gold medals Monday and

boast pro football's only parted Hadl completed II of 21 for and would make the announcement minutes remaining when tile the American equestrian team a

record today. 2U yards with flanker back Tuesday.Keane Colts blocked Hornung's fifth added a silver u the United

The Bills, who made Kansa. Lance Alworth doing most of resigned U manager Fa try. Jerry Logan picked up States equalled Its I960 harvest '

City their sixth straight victim the receiving of the St. Louis Cardinals last the loose ball and rambled from of Olympic hardware 71.
35-22 Sunday, seemed on their Picks Off Psss Friday, the day after his club the Colt 30 to the Packer 34 The three medals the ." "
way to a rout after running ulan Bill Bird! picked off a George had won the World Series by defeating from where the home club gave 21 sliver
United State 31 gold,
early 2M lead behind quar Blander pass with 2'4' minutes to the Yanks Two hours lunched Its winning drive. bronze medals with five 1""
and 19
torback Jack Kemp. But reserve go halting a Houston drive and after Kane had acted, Berra Lenny Moore capped the advance left in this x '
quarterback Eddie Wilson enabling the Jets to hold off the was dismissed. with a five yard touchdown days of competition

sparked a second half comeback Oilers Saturday night. At his Houston home Keane sprint in the closing seconds 1th Olympiad.
New York rushed to a 244 all that be drove more than
: and Baltimore had Its fifth Russia added three gold,
iniw..LN1.0 halftime lead behind the passing ISO miles Saturday "Just to be straight victory after a season- three silver and two bronze

.uII... 41nm. .m... ep rN.N. of Dick Wood. But Blanda! able to be here and wait for a I opening tots to Minnesota. today to make Its total 47. In all,

Oil X* 1 71 IIVH sparked Houston's comebackwith call from New York." The Detroit Lions strengthened the Russians have II gold 12
., .
0.w 1.11.". uVuim 111 ** 111'.. 'K" two TD passes and was Keane and his wife, Lala, left their hold on second place liver and bronze with some of
Wuli.1 driving his club downfield wbenBaIrd' Sa. Louis Friday afternoon for
the ts best events, such as gymnastics
WLTti..L.OlKK.n..ei In the West by blanking p
... 111 M 141 ix: Interception halted the i the 900 mile auto trip to Hous still remaining.Miss .
tiff III .4* ni nDtflVW threat. Chicago Bears IM :The Lo ,
III K* MMOMIM .ton. climbed to third
Mi.01: W "' Angeles Rama I McGuire, a 20-year-old
42-14 rout of the San
0:1"- with a already
co-ed who -
s..N. 41, f Tennessee
SMwttVI a MlNNOT Francisco 4fers The Lions are diver medal was
yilt! 1\n uiu," .nwxtr .*. "1.1, the Rama 3-3-1. just one-tenth owns of a second off the ..
unite M. ttrnwcn* tt In the Eastern Division St.
world record when she won the
'...'.. ,,.,.. .- .t. ..,.. Louis and Cleveland pulled outnarrow women's 200-meter dash In 23
iesyvM :: / ,s L"5.0150aw \" victories and remained record.
seconds flat, an Olympic
... .. ...
",' lead at 411. The
YIItI.::: tied for the
**"" *
SMf"S ..=! r rr1v Cardinals scored two touchdowns Aa Old Man Olga Finishes 12th ;

In the final halfmlnut And Larrabee, at 30 an old.

a* the Chiefs shaved the lead to \ for a 36-24 decision over Wash- old man for a sprinter, picked U. 8. discus thrower Olga Connolly, Olympic champ In 1956, finished 12th

six points "22. f.. ngton The Browns caught Dallas he best of all possible spots towin Sunday at Tokyo with t toe of 16$ fret 2 3/4 Inches. Tamara Preen of Ruwla! ,'

Midway through tilt fourth 20-11 on a M-yard. Intercep- his first major race. Fill The. won with a record throw of 187-10 S/l Inches. (AP Wlrephoto I by cable to Sun).
quarter, Kansas City had the \ Bernie Fairish In sigh school teacher from ,
ball with a third down and one lion return by more, Calif, charged home the event. upholding another tradition. The pentathlon winner Irma Press

m its own 34 Curtis McCllnton '. the fourth quarter. winner In the _meter dub In 'The track team, however, United Slates has never won a won the women's discus throw

tried for the first down but was Old Pm a time of 451 seconds, about continued to have surprising ups medal, gold, silver or bronze, In with sn Olympic record 117104 -
stopped for no gam. Wilson ; Old pros Ollia Matson and no yard In front of Yale graduate and downs. Tom O'Hara of Chcago Greco Roman wrestling And .

caned for a weak-aid sweep on Ii" Sam Baker led the Injuryriddled Wendell Mottley, who was and young Jim Ryun 01 the U.s. bad none In the finals Karin Balzer of Germany '

the fourth down play but a Kanaa Philadelphia Eagles put running for Trinidad.The Wichita, Kan, proved major this year. equalled the world record of 10.5

a City back missed his assign V. the floundering New York the Unitedtales' disappointments when they Russia, meanwhile, was expected .. In winning the women's 80-rne-
moot and the quarterback "' Giants 23-17. Bill Brown scored victories were track failed to make the finale of the to grab off a few medalsIn ter hurdle

wound up carrying himself three touchdowns aa Minnesota 11th and 12th have In 1500-meter run, the metric: that sport, and added another The United States was e

again for m gain. slugged the Pittsburgh Steehtrs .competition. The men won mile. when Tenure Press, sister of blanked In both events
TnraTldeTh 4 10 one more than they gained
two plays turned th tide .. The Buffalo Bills, only unbeaten In Rome while the women I Lose Survivor
with the ball going over to the rH pro club, stretched: their 'sore again swept the dashes Their unhappy results thus
Bins en downs. Buffalo moved victory string to six by whipping and are favored In the _meter left the lean Oregonian, Dyrol A Financing Plan
relay, yet to come. Surleson, the only survivor For Every Neal
en for the final TD to wrap It the Kansas City Chiefs 15-22 and
from a squad that was considered
the San Diego Chargers walloped The equestrian team, however P
up.Elsewhere the best the United 8tattehu
In tilt AFL, San the Denver Broncos 421hi provided the medal that decades
had fai four at thisprestigious
Diego battered Denver 43-14.nd Sunday's American Football matched the '60 total, taking distance.
New York beat Houston 34-11. In League action.Detroit's second In the team three-day : : Monthlypayments

the National League Baltimore convincing victory Burleson, from Cottage

topped Green Bay 34-31, Cleveland over the Bears proved costly Grove, Ore., won hi* heat In an

downed Dallas 20-18, Philsdelphla Starting quarterback Earl Mor Live Oak excellent 3;411, but even that

whipped New York 23. And Yogi Relaxes rail suffered a broken collarMM was well off the spectacular

17, Ice Angeles ripped San In a flrstquarter pile-up showing of Peter fossil the
Francisco Golf St Louis Former New ** manager Yogi Bern
world record-holder at a mile.
be lost for t the RegistersFifth
and seasonMUt
for relaxation after beingdismissed may
turns to the
dropped Washington 36-24, Detroit golf course The tireless. New Zealander
blanked 104 and aa skipper of the American League cham- Plum did some fancy relief
Minnesota whipped Pittsburgh plans, last Friday. (AP Wlrephoto to SOB). pitching Including a !.-yard TD WinST. of methodically 3;311. equal clipped to a S55.1 off; a mile.time just too much? 1

His lap times of MS. 1:Ml and 1I.

MIAMI COACH TATE THINKS SO AUGUSTINE The Su> 2:55.1 left no doubt that he was .

wanes High Bulldogs of Live the man to beat

I Oak ran their record to M this The United States was as- Use the Associates i

Biletnikoff May Have Found Self season with a IM Florida Star mired of breaking I960 medal .
Conference victory over St. Augustine. total when flyweight. boxer Bob Jill COIISOlilati \

Carmody, Paterson, NJ, out
MTAVt e (AP) Coach he can." won by having secondary men week, and ..'re beginning to Coach Wyman Townsel's grid. pointed German Otte Babiaach

lie Tate thinks 1IIamI' Clar-I Enemy scouts have bee come up quickly stop him at move the ball with a little authrlty. den racked up their first loop and moved Into the semifinals plan.

IctnOnff may have! found himself aware of Biletnlkotts hesitancy the corners. victory of the season while Both semifinal been get bronxe

r ftsTpbhorgh game andIs to throw and the danger of Th In pounder gained IT I But," he added In a downtoearth handing the Yellow Jackets medals' but Carmody ....t
la become the passerthe his gear shifting runs. Se yards rushing against Pitt and their third defeat In five tries. Impressed. Quickly and confidentially,
ready tone, "did you nee whit Live Oak had to rally ia the Associate will lend
Hurricanes M badly sect tile, gambled and usually In four games .ha picked up you money
threw his first 134 yard. He has passed 31 Indiana did Saturday second half to arab the victory I'm not concerned" : with the to combine aU TOUT bilk You

Btktalkatt at the third I times with 11 completion for, The Hoosiers passed for J1J The score was deadlocked at in- brans medal bo said. "I want" ...*only. ODe convenient payment .
touchdown: peas Renegade rushed for 121 and tfm\b. ion. .... the big one. I want the gold.
quarter et .Wt-rday. a b If** 124 yard yards upset II In per month. Your request
game ad while It covered only Best ill RacesThe The fact that me Hurricanes, Michigan: State 27-10. the The third Bulldogs period when through Randal) Muse bWreeUasg will be bandied promptly. Just .

three yard, K mf have given eight point underdogs tied Box oft St. Augustine And while, the UJ. track visit the Asaodatea) ofloa near
picked a
him the confldeew ha should Pittsburgh should give them a Thames' 471Juniors team was moving along a* wdlor
third, fourth and fifth piSS at his M and raced 00 TOO.ASSOCIATES' .
have whoa Indiana come to In the Gainesville lift and with two suspended perhaps better than expect
races current touchdown.
yards for a : Jimmy
town thla Friday ...... Sailing Club series were run players' back: ki the lineup they Tops Hunt kicked the point ed. American attUHee ah were
A Iva..ir P Ferrety Nees
So far aouthpaw Blletnikattsprobleass Sunday at Newness Lake. are certain to have more purse
Tb lead held up until the final NEEDED !
haw been Inabilityto I Renegade M. skippered by H. and confidence than in the first Ronnie Thames rolled 1M0143471 stage of the gam Its rat

spot receiver whit an the E. Taylor, was first, eecoadand four games.Aid ta tb* Strait's Bkycto then eat off tackle and scampered 10 Track Twatoff, netsnaiAanan
run, and kid. .. confidence ta first In the three race Fred Brown and defeo Juror leapt at .... Lane: N yard* tor th* find W 1lBknwaBl* *asBl <9 B tansaasuM**wFiJ etc FIIAMCL IMC

his paassog and 'ttM a natural I Other finishers: aha back CaarU Brawn (a* relatkw Saoxrday. Dab BMndariy bad ....... he kicked the p.Yt f sew ........

tendency to rnn BJttoed.Tata Windmill No.. Jos, J. Cone, 3- ) wart net permitted to 40 and Karen Steals led th The game was played on a =leek sad seed ..
mW. thai were about 1-3: Renegade 31. T. A. E. Hart, play agate! California and PUt .. ea". bad wet Oak and this hampered ...... Peiwanant MMOrJONVKUOCteaialnaor .

three trash Mag .In. .M bat- 344; Rhodes Bantam, C. a because ate few 9IDIaUa. a HI top ..me both teamsUve la***. Ny weekly. .*.....................KSSSIf7W

tie with raa oW Hlemikeff. abase Jr., 114; Southeast AIathHurricaneacanMe.t Cutter Duster trolled 2141 and OUt prevtaM viecamme ( II7"- N.Iwsjewewdl A.... '-. dr..... .., .
should throne. the ........ Scow, Fred Tlballt. SoW Renegade of tile Ptt game In good shape ,
kswa Meatkefer
.. 32. Tom Derrick 0-7-T Bailing .tones bad a 133 best ever Wiew U1MU. t3J1IMsab Dills isa\..............flfMAIT
we'll.hopIng R win registerHI + ; physlcaOy."W and
Mecchnny passcy.
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< hm, wheat* took at th* Snipe, C, EUeaon. x-4.'. I suH have hopes this. maybe gam. Kathy Brew made the Seen by quarters: ....,. shiv.M.Bfi2m. S1 ....vwa.I .

films" TIM..1eI. -Actually, heCM Next races win be at 2 a ...... season,* Tale. 3M split and Jaaa Parker the Uve Oak '' '-If I.... .I tilt K NaSa ilwe......................... ..

throw batter than be. .thinks Sunday, Nov. 1. p.m.1 sail *1iVv FUll better very ,34-7. ,33- asgaiHni MM-I

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\ Ezell Saves 'Cats $12,000 In

:1ft i) LSUAgainst Golf Event ,,1

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KELSO STURGEON done 19-. and I off In battle I of the By BOB MYERS
I By without fanfare as he Screen is expected to return Tennessee Mississippihad pair a

4 Associated Press Sports Writer started the last six games. against Tennessee, but he'll be to fight for its life to edge unbeaten that will play a Associated Press Sports Writer

:: -ik ; Louisiana State football Coach 'I owe Billy more than anyone waiting and ready. winless Tulane 14.1, I big role in who wins the conference LAS VEGAS, Ncv. (AP) -

Charlie McClendon will be the knows", McClendon said Ezell, tabbed "Captain Easy"by In other action Involving SEC, championship The Gators The autumn professional Rolf

first to admit that he's In debt 'I'U never forget when we lost his teammates for the confident I teams, Georgia Tech slipped will be going for their fifth trail winds Into Southern California

up to his ears to little 9illy Ex- Screen last year and I had to manner in which he takes past Auburn 7.3, Florida straight, while 'Bama will try this week and leadingthe

ell-the forgotten man In the go with Ezell. 'charge and runs the team Crushed South Carolina 37-0, and to make it number nx. way Is rookie Dick Sikes,

land of Bengal Tigers. "There wasn't much I could turned in another masterful job made a bold bid for a spot in Besides the LSU Tennessee' winner Sunday of the richest

Ezell, who has started more say to the boy", he said. But,'Saturday night against Kentuckyas ''the top 10; Vanderbilt beat game at Baton Rouge, other purse of the tour-l2.000-ln

games than any second team I you know, he took right over he directed the ninth-ranked George Washington 14-4: Florida conference games pair Georgia the $70,000 Sahara Invitational

quarterback in the land duringthe and quietly got the Job done. Tigers to an Impressive 27.7 State nipped Georgia 17.It and and Kentucky at homecoming In, The next stop Is the $40000

ttla = jU past two seasons, plays In I He s a wonderful boy." victory. I(I I Mississippi crushed unbeaten Athens and Mississippi and Vanderbilt Mountain View Open at Corona,

the shadow of Pat Screen at.0UTN.ASTI5N Screen T. Return In other Southeastern Conference Southern Mississippi 4J-7. at Nashville. some 35 miles from Los Angeles .

The 5-foot II, IIJ.J*>Und junior games, Alabama turned I 1 Tp Game Non-league contests match Auburn and many of the playerscan

from Greenville, Miss, will ,two blocked: punts and a recov-i The eyes of the conferencethis and Southern Mississippi breathe easier. Arnold
CONPISSNCSCo0ras1 AN._ probably step out of the spot- 'eyed fumble Into two touchdowns -, week focus on Tuscaloosa at Auburn. Tulane and Georgia Palmer and Jack Nicklaus will

A WL''O'' WLTNO' light again next Saturday whenThe and a field goal to beat:where Alabama and Florida, and be In faraway Australia.
AI.INna 1 I 1111 17 555 131 1SNrga / 1Tensl Tech at Atlanta MississippiState Sikes, who registers from
SIN 40 1111117 :II
Lao III .. 4011015KorlucAV and Houston at Starkvllle. Cleveland and is a native of

; t. +Iw 511344 III 344 I III ii n 11.1AuMno IIIxGMrtI. I Tenth ranked Florida State,Springdale, Ark, led from the

1 11I I. III 1 .1 i o% A.e had to come from behind to beata first round In the first Wlr- .
10,1.01. 111 7131 3110531
111.11,11,01' 1001.11 10111171 surprising band of Georgia wire finish since Bobby Nicholswon

\/0I1t 111.1. 51. III 111 1130 I31 110 031.51.3J ..o'rut. Bulldogs FSU quarterbackSteve the PGA title last summer.

135 II a11171.5.. : Tensl threw a 2 -yard Sikes, 24, the 1963 national
X-CI.T1.e' Mm0001110 In ells
.111"10 scoring pass to Fred Biletnlk collegiate champion and twn.

with 1:21: to go for the victor). time US. public links champion : -

a Y started with a nlne-undor-
y'L oJI Y -? 4 LSI and only gets to show his round and
I + 'IR.OUt par (2 In the first
offensive ability when the lat Miami High finished with a 72 and a total of
ter Is Injured which Is mostof
He Saves LSU 271
the time.
Bill Casper, former national
When Screen was Injured last Still First
Sub quarterback Billy Ezell replaced injured Pat year In the fourth game of the Open champion' and this winner of
three tournaments year,
Screen Saturday night and masterfully guided LSlTa season, McClendon was forced placed second with a final roundof

Tigers to an easy 27-7 victory over Kentucky: at to use Ezell, at that time a 1 I'tr In Grid PollMIAMI 17 for 279. It was worth $8,-

Lexington.: The Tigers now are 4-0 (or the season player of limited and unknown 500.

and 1-0 in SEC play.Canadians ability but Ezell got the Job (AD Miami high Nlcklaui. Phil Rodgers, and

and Coral Gables ranked first Jack McGowan tied for third at
v and second today In the Miami:
il 277, U.S. Open champion Ken
Lorenzen Wins Herald's list of top 20 high :Venturi finished at 279, Palmer
school football teams.
,- 264, and British Open ruler Tony
The weekly rankings showed tome 285.

't Rangers Cop Miami High, with a WM season -

Charlotte 400CHARLOTTE No. 1 with 194 points
I Wins .1, : .'v Points are based on the class

Hockey of team played. GET

: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS N.C. (AP second and Petty was third. Ned w l, .. t 1 4A Coral Gables, also with a 54-0

By Claude Larose and rookie Fred Lorenzen, locked In a furious 'Jarrett, In another Ford, fin- ..R I-1 record, had 1(1 points YOUR

center Lou Angottl sparked late battle with Richard Petty ished fourth and Lee Roy Yar- s Pensacola High, S-0-9, ranked ,

rallies Sunday night In National for the final 100 miles, won the brough, In a Dodge, was fifth. bird with 122 poInU and was CAR
National 400 stock car: race The Lorenzen Petty duel be- TI
followed Orlando
League action. by EdgewateiSH ,
Hockey Sunday when Petty cracked: the gan when both pitted under a READY
Larose fired an unassisted at 114 and Clearwater ,
wan and went out'of the race caution flat at lap No. 213. Lor Luck of a WinnerFred ,
middle period to live
In the
goal with two laps to go. enzen, running wen back In 1-04, at 101. '
Montreal a 1-1 victory: over Petty and Lorenzen had bat- third place prior to that movedup Palm Beach High was sixth
led a Lorenzen, victor In Sunday' Charlotte 400, gets victory kisses
:winless Boston. Angottl the New tled bumper-to-bumper, with j to second under the caution Mary Francis Kelly, left Miss Automotive World and Linda Vaughn, right, with a S-04 record and M point

third-period rally as from be- Petty i in the lead,. until they flag.From Mine Fire Bird. Lorenien won after Richard Petty hit the rail on the final lap. and Jacksonville Lee, 2-1-0, sev ,
York Rangers came went into the fourth turn on lap that point it was a tre- (AP Wirephoto to Sun). enth with 74 Hlaleah, 2-1-0, Will 0.I.r
hind to tie the Toronto Maple KB of the 247-lap race. Suddenly mendous battle, with Lorenzen eighth with U and Tampa Rob I

t ',Leafs J3. Petty, In the high/ lane, blewa crowding the 28 a year a old FSU HAS CLOSE CALL AT GEORGIA nson, J-l-0, ninth with II. For. w
The results left Toronto and tire, lost control, and crashed Petty tn the corners and on the tit Hill KM, was 10th with I 7.

Montreal tied for first place. into the guard rail. I first back stretch, but never Other ranking showed M!. .

The Chicago Black Hawk, Lorenzen, with' daylight able to pass him. Cold Shivers for PeteTALLAHASSEE ami Norland, 48.: Tampa Hills T

remained In a tie for third opened ahead, sailed home In a Behind the first five, In the trough, 44, Lake Wales, 41:

NATIONAL IIOCU" LlAOUI i breeze. His average speed was order of finish, were Darel Dier- Fort Lauderdale High 37; Winter -
W L T "" ."OA 134404 miles hour Inger of Charlotte In Mercury Haven and Jacksonville Pa..
Terenls I I 1 1 11 0MMnN per a record a (APCoach VPI has defeated Florida and halfback Fred Bilct'
1 1 1 S I I for the 1V4 mile Charlotte ; David Pierson of Spartan- Bill Peterson, recovering from State two years In a row and nikoff. on, 40; Orlando Colonial 35:

Colc.uo.... v.rk 7 1 I 01111150.1ron 1 e a Motor Speedway. burg, S. C., In a Dodge; Buck cold shivers contracted In the next Saturday VPI-FSU gameIs In discussing the game later, Miami Palmetto 33, Pompano Make sure yen ceo rely

.I ". The 28 year old Ford-driving Baker of Charlotte, in a Dodge; Georgia game, said today his the Virginia school homecoming Peterson said the 17-14 game Beach, 26, St. Petersburg Dixie
awi.1 1.1.57"1S001 I Ill Lorenzen, from Elmhurit, 111, Earl Balmer of Floyd's Knob, unbeaten Florida State University celebration. was "a case of our boys just loUlns and Miami Edison, 20. en your meter end brokee

Toronto NowVortl 1. ...._....,.1CftIc. ... I No won 111,000 of the $44,000 purse., Ind., in a Dodge; and Elmo Seminoles can't: afford to play Odds are against this yea '. not playing up to par and Coos.gla .. Yen won'teki

... 4, ........ I Jim Paschal Petty's Ply m- Lsngley of Landover- Md., In I any more Inconsistent football. powerful Seminoles losing to playing a keyed op VOTE

X .i..a.7101.55.Manna ...... I outh-driving teammate, finished Ford. I The nationally ranked Semi-I' Poly Tech but Peterson Is takIng He said FSU'a chances with your celery
Now Oofrelt Vorll X Chkw I. TratM I notes weren't tackling well or no chances. wasn't tackling well lam"1 HAYDONBURNS when you brlHf your ..,

playing "keyed up" football "We'll have something new. they were tackled,"
lost M to
place, although they re espert -
the Detroit Red Wings. Penske Captures against the Bulldogs who took We always do," he said. "The Georgia boys were falling'
Larose sent Montreal ahead In the lead away late In the game, FSU's No. 10 ranking on the forward for yardage.
Peterson said. national level came close to fa I Normally, FSU's tackler stop HULL'SBRAKE
the middle period, swiping a
The coach big at Georgia, the underdog In the runner cold, preventing fallIng -
pass and faking his way around paid emphatic tribute SUPPL Y
fallen defensernan Leo Boivin. Sports however, to FSU's ,. advance billing but about even yardage
... .
"That showed ALL-FLORIDA
stall game ,
The Rangers were trailing M yard, U-play! winning march in according to the game
the last six minutes. everyone Is going to be after' COVIRNOR
alive fame's
I after two periods with came Angot- Calif. (AP) supporting a pedestrian bridge.He "1& was one of the greasiest tics.Georgia' dtdn score until rsu us," Peterson said. "We've COil Ho _
In the final
Roger Peiuke pushed his I I to be toes." I l
U's two power-play goals providing was reported satisfactory drives In football Peterson had piled up 1* points. Then on our
ground-hugging Chaparral at condition in Monterey General Georgia scored twice, taking the
Jim Pippin
the spark.
record speeds over sun parched HospitaL I said.Unheralded lead 14-11 n the fourth quarter.
for the Leafs. Virgin l la Poly-
scored twice
Gordie Howe scored his first Laguna Seca Sunday to capture: technic: Institute lost to West But FSU snapped back and iweii ITS TERRIFIC I

two goals of the season and letup the $30,000 Monterey Grand GiardelloTo Virginia last weekend but couldbe sustained a scoring drive thai''

Parker MacDonald for the Prix. FSlTs bugbear on the basisof emphasised the poke and accuracy -
The veteran driver from Gla- of the and catch combination -
with tenl- pitch
peat games the
winner In the victory over
dwyne, Pa., driving the only Defend notes of quarterback Sine
Black Hawks. car in the race with an automatic CLEAAANCEIAtKi

transmission, averaged

Grid Scores 945 S3-lsp miles first an heat hour to,during break the the Ring,TitleBy RESERVED SEATS ,

KIT record of N miles an hour set
lyrocuw Jl, Pont II UotlonColl TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS
10 tKliwotl t In 1962 by Lloyd Rugy. STILL AVAILABLE
..H... 14. VMI IIlortmoulft Middleweight champion Joey
,., Penske back to
Snow 14 came : capturethe :
.. .. Glardello defends his title for ,
"' It Comt < second heat for clean I ,
Holy Crow I*. Ouonllcotitgoro / e a the first time Friday night when luy yew reserve*] tickets he evrj... for this 11h.neeeniag .
It, r onniv"' I of the 202-mile event and I
PnIIcNl .. C...... weep he meets Rubin (Hurricane) tilt. Save HUM Save usewyl
.. '. of $2,000. He the I
Vile C..tI. wNeln top prize won
M. / Carter in a IS-rounder at Las
71. UCLA IInd.1a same event In 196%.
.... I Vegas, Nev.
21. M. II II
__ 71, Mk11lsu.II Second In both laps was Dan The M-year-old Gierdello
MI.nI M rMrllonnWni. .1'Onw Gurney of Costa Mesa, Calif, In' won, GHLthHURRICANES
II ir. I call.nl.K. IKtiM the crown last December: from
IJ 0111_. M a Lotus-Ford while Bob Bondu- I
Moorort a. KOTIM II I Dick Tiger and chose the top-,
toM U tIIMol rant of Los Angeles came: third
C MrM* 14
,.. M_. ranked Carter from a field of
W. M......M II. ". "**t f each time In a Cooper. potential opponents that tochid- r
IKOMM II, .... II Penske who trailed Gurney
X.I.N.. OMH.Or.KU. ItI ed Tiger, Joey Archer and Jose sisa
MM 0.00151. To.4l 14oytoull through U laps in the tint heat
before grabbing the lead for
L a OrMnnmt I'II. The fight win not be on radio Q
14, trooov t good, led from the start In the IIC HOMECOMING
ton)* or home television but win be
UU V. Kmtvrty t second heaLPamelU
P1.014.55. I' OOTrlK. ,14VM Jones, winner of the shown over closed-eircait TV lean 1
M. 14U* 4 I estimated M cities. CITIZIN'S FIELD
IrfMo .. Army 14PIN Riverside Grand Prix in his
a M'' N lie
Duto U. N. C. I..' I first sports car race last weekend I

.llMMuMl 111b.m. .....T..www. T ant,I wrecked his CooperFordin Ray Sialcr 8 P. M. FRIDAY'
Ail...... M N ....
CI.nw11 II. .51.151,5515_ 1.1..II..s.0.1. first beaL Leads on 554 I = ) :; 1.10
11,1.1011 la
.. I The veteran Torrance, Calif LII eN1L.y GHS CENTRAL HIGHof M W1 bu
x 5.,1.1..1Pwn. pilot bit control of the car on Sheriffs vs ,
.., 4 Ray Staler topped the ,
W. ......... U "'...... Tedllt 'the mil lap and crashed Into Senior loop at Palm Lanes 9

AL..S a.'U for MOt4iinml hay bales as toe car burst sate with UMN-10 SM. Kenny Chattanooga

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GENERAL HOSPITAL boys, Mrs Evva R. Smith I Ill or II toyl H-rold P.. Kite. 400i Edward Carwitbeo Music Allegro con Variazioni stated a gave unusual Instrumental combinations

Oct. II, 19(4BIRTHS I Floyd Longyear, Jwina Anne I NW Mtn to Tor Sri,,,,ollrralng IW or 10 m dtyi unouinorUnlponon PrtitcciMcOIII Director fur Chorus' at P. K simple theme restated it several and it ended with j i

: Broyles Call.,DO slashed'or I ,dtytMtrwoll nt. valid dOS SOM, Yonge Laboratory School announces times first one and then some excellent fast bowing. The 1

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse V. Lew I POLICE FIRE REPORT Jams 714: Klncild Potdtrttllc : the name of the ones the other Instrument carry I n g Menuetto was fast and sparkling

is. P.O. Box 104, Lake Geneva, Accident Roundup 1 ;=-:i Maya, i Jocttionvlllo on U5 or' no I dtyi wilddrlvort ti: I who are taking the important the torch. It grew stronger and with beautiful Interwoven

Fla, a girl; Mr. and Mrs Ken' Involved in accidents reported Mormon,Homo 143 IW UO 4lh or Pltct, dtyt.Inllurt Dora N.If characters in the presented n remarkable complex for such a parts. The Finale also was ex-

neth B. Smith Alachua, Fla., a by the Gainesville Police vials. Rulltdvo rignt ot, Hnwlhornt way) no or driving I diyt.without JmltP. I of Bye Bye Birdie on December short work and ended more or client also, with unusual fine

boy.. (Department and Alachua Coun- llghti 120 or I diyiLoo 5th. Conrad Birdie the rock less plain a and still lovely. f ling In the Presto rests.
M. holt Wllllilon' nt vtllddrlvtri 1
ADMITTED ty Sheriff's Office during t h e "c..... 170 or I d.v> Cllmon and roll singer whose career U The Sonata in E Flat opus Webern String Quartet, 0,.

Isabell B. Melton Elite. I pant 3t hours were: W.log,..las.. 411 or) II 15 Cap I4lh. Ttr AlBtrt. ,..L..,_vVtlionm drly, I threatened by being inducted 12, No. J, started with the Instruments 28, night well be called studyin

Moore, Katie R. Owens, Ruth Charles C, Burroughs Jr., 1919 c....NW. 131 4th or Plop II' doyn. no driving vane drlvtri on wrong N. -v dllt Into the army, will be playedby following Interwoven pliilesto The string ",

8. Duncan Freddie T. Green SE 49th Drive; his car rolled ".. ot rood IM or 10 dtyArnold .. Kenny OSteen who has: paths of great beauty, and more rebounds were almost l like
I M Kramer. Mil NW 3rd Pioct.
Alice 0. Chamblln Betty Jennings across street and struck street ._1110. 111 or 10 ..... ..ckl.. driving handled several parts sucess-1 serious vein than before. In the small bombs exploding and the ,
sign, 3:25: p.m. Sunday at NW 140 or 3D .0'.. Ployd) Imclin. NowMrry In the the last being
all of Gainesville; Node potMtklng ear out ot t talon. i fully past, Adagio the piano started, but whole quartet were excellentat
8 Johnson, Daniel R Harrison, 8th St. and 0th Ave. 1150 or .40 loyal Jnrwt A ImchoiNtwntrry rn1IJV f.Ah c: Mr. Lundy the school teacher the violin Joined and gently and It. It made a most unusual f ,.
Clarence Thomas, Rt. 2 Box poisoHlIng door out ol MM / 4 is 440/.8 k' ..
Alaucha; Irene G. Simpson, on. IIM or M dtyn. Lloyd w. Imcnoi.POMtnlng F r> In last years Brlgadoon persuasively united the threadsof effect with some Instrument ;
368, and Troy V. Adams! parked dior out, ol tttion, 1151 or M
Trenton; Judy F. Smith, Ala- Walter Comerford will pi a y melody. It had a strong endIng pizzlcatoing and the other.
0 Box 611 38 doyl.lontonco
P. I
chut Joe B. Waldon Mlianopyj ; am. dottrrod Akron DumpiIIM The Rondo brought this I rich of melodies.
; Sunday In park lot at 300 block Nl lit ".... wllholdlng'' import the part of Conrad's manager, playing laga I'
; Alma E. Jordan, Archer; SW 4Ui Ave. Thomas cited for 'Moriorol kovtropt I. Ipmgltr WOONd. Irotkor, .Homowllllt ... olIcoholle Albert Peterson. It Is a big number to a much stronger and' There was considerable difference l j.

Mr. Millard Brooks! Jax Bch; : Interesting end with rhythms Inverted of the musicians
'faulty brakes causing minor J. Roblmon. dad Nl JOth It withholding role with much chance for the opinion among
Ell= C. Whitney, Melrose, Linda accident. a' wpportCoplot ,hood! tor fht trrtit oft, actor. The real brains behind and aycopated. of the audience but it

C. Rsymer Alachua. Mrs. Molly G. Morris, 3178 ,Ooorgo' C oupgod.Ch'pM..Polk, ,. 11:1f: NW IJtn It, withholding the manager of the singer IIAlbert' The last Sonata was the A was accepted as a mod-ern I f

DISCIIARGEDtGeraldine INW 12th St, and Franklin T. ,1.-"""III... _cntck"......David' Prink S.Wriib wiillomiP.I III. girl friend and secre- minor Op. 47 ("Kreutzer") The touch. .

Scarborough I n d Scott, 1100) NW 311ft SI., parked, .. pttty I.'...... Lltyd nchm. tary. played by Louise Bill. Presto of the first movem n t The final number was the ,ir i\
Nowb.rryehIop dear during ill tod Eskimo Art
son, Rutha Lee Johnson and at 8:51: a.m. Sunday at 3000 "..0005. Jame .A. -' Nowbory."oIel" The part of the domineering was tremendously fast and exhibited r lovely String Quartet No. 2 by y(

son, Jimmie F. McKenzie, Mer- block NW INS... "dOrlp....c Hking'lMir. Lloyd. the remarkabely fine I done with 1
11th SI. Molly Morris W. '""' How. ",. during mother Is played by Linda Brahms, and was J'
IJDda G II i In e y and daughter, cited for careless driving High, cloud Ipflngi ttmon., wtrthltu Jomto chtcPloodtd P..*.McOnld. 1IrK.Ima Houston who with her artist husband Moody who did very well alone technic of both artists,The Andante skill and understanding. All t '
Mrs. Rose Soxman Ossie Lee lived with the Eskimo off and on between 19 1 and delightfully varied
causing major accident. not willy jtmto H ton- > of the star lassies of Brlga- was four numbers were worked out
Vassle V. Hemph 111, din, Ntwborry, ptnoiilnf dotr out olWAIIANTV 1961 on Baffin bland Id northern Canada la and the finale Presto
Salyers. Robert M. Johnston, P a 1mBe.ch. .son cur doon. Kim Macafee the girl : spectacular with an eye to beauty and, balance
Mary L. McKnight E u. hear I -c....... d'.I.' ...., JWOOh .. Lass. rently exhibiting a collection of Eskimo arts and showing again excellent
hit a tree and turned 0" Arh.r 50.5. ni valid drivers 11'CMN. I picked out to receive Conrad with a very satisfying I <<
Mae Walker and daughter Ef- over at !:.43, a m. Sunday 1139: craft. in the Ringling Museum of Art In Sarasota final kiss before Induction Is teamwork.It i Finale.

fie A. Moore Joanne Viikery' WE! join Place. BIIDI The exhibit In scheduled to be displayed at the University The was a great/ work showing i II I
and son, Barbara Burgess and I' John Lewis 720 Oft ..,. rH4 of Florida In February. I played by Jackie Colson. I I! us so well the beauties of these I
Wilkinson Ltndmtr tf .._111.. IK to Prod .other member of the Macafeei II
: '
daughter Avis Chen Martha NW 24th Ave., and parked MttM, ash wltt/ .lot M Mid II ot Sv ten Senates The artists de.I, Today's most difficult and '
urban ... ... M.IN.P.IWMH i family who get Into the publicII !-
Brown and son Virginia M. truck, 116: a.m. Sunday at W. Hormt, Inc. to Miry Lw I' serve our heartiest thanks. :dangerous railroad to operate
John Mt._. Lot II it Ptrnwood Minor, III.lobby 'Statis :Medicamentosa' 'ty I of the Ed Sullivan showing '
Ursm Jimmy Buxton tel the rice fields and
University Ave. and 10th St. II ; 'of this final kiss are Tom Lati- The Florida String Quar runs through
Michele L. Barlow and L. Aryan ond wilt to Hugh IdMinin A\i 'I South Viet Nam from
Rimes Wilklnmm cited for careless was presented In the d itor-; Jungles to
Word. ''nc. LoI I' d II. .,, 55P mer, Sharon Preston Dan Marvel
son, James 0 Dann Alice Haley driving 610151,0, 1I11t.H. lum Tuesday evening by the Saigon to Dong Ha the National
David I I .... .......... Inc.. to Dat.r itoph.. Or Hate the Boss Via PillsLOS Hugo. Kim Maiafee's boyfriend 'I
Mary E. Carter William Frederick Lamee 238 ..,.. wllo, Lot .l5 N Soaaary WbdIvI'.Nn U. of F. Music Department. It' Geographic says The Communist
Is V, a Hod-ion It is a
Lockard Oscar Servin, MertlceMcNelll. -I Flavet HI, and Edward Eugene M 000 CAmp was handled in authentic style, I I Viet Cong repeatedly attacks
Slid wilt' It I A ttuobo. and show with
Mary W.Clark I Perry. 706 NW 5th Ave. 12:10: ,Lot. II ol Orotn atraom. IMIi.obby ANGELES (AP) Are Health Conference here. I bright Joyful the Vivace brilliant vigorous: and sabotages the trains.

Clara Mat Jones Alice Kleck.//a.m. Sunday, SW 2nd St. and Cnltty Los II. M Polio of scan ond wltt OiratM. to ,Mtrtln"10.1 you sore at the boss -but don't He dldnt say what to do many pop tunes and should bea and well balanced, with fine I Since 1961 more than ISO passengers

ley and daughter Willie 2nd Ave. i w''Irmt''. Lot Coin,|, ot to Wool Prink fork Sormm tddllltn. and It, dare show It? Maybe you've got about it-but you could_quit I success It will be given auditor In solid finish. The adagio started I and trainmen have been ,

berts. Ossie B. Runs SJ5 NE 16th ailnttvlllt, 113. .MO.Chtrtt. stalls medlcamentoiia. the P. K. Yonge School with massive and intense bal :killed, and 128 locomotives 1
a auto ash wlft to with an reserved.
GENERAL HOSPITAL Ttr, and Nathan Ray Fletcher C. SUM sod wilt. Lot II o) .Milton Oowty 1 Says Dr. C. W. Wahl, of he Don't ium seats ance.A number of passages damaged. .. 2
1114BIRTHS 1220 NW 7th St., 11:03: pm Minor tubdlvltlon SUILBIN 17 MRMITICity 300. UCLA NeuropHychlatric Institute Applaud The Third program presenting
Oct. 17
Saturday, NW 10th St and 3rd : I the remaining three Beethoven

Maurice: K. Ave. Fletcher and Emma Lou 'jl Ltnord.. Rumodnl J. LMngtton Dwtlllng, .,IIM 71 f,. NW Sal !L "Self.medication wih aspirIns .' Court Drama Sonatas for piano and violin ( IJ; 1

Mr. and 2833 MM NW Ith St., a boy Williams, 16 NW 9th Ave, treated .- I: W. T.' Httllna tarn ,110 HM.M NW. Mlh PI, .'IniltllCwtrtl : ? tranquiLiers: ,I laxatives, were given Oct. 11. The artists,I ( IO'I'r' i lIf / ( ill
for Injuries at Alachua General 1''_,... ,Ifu) NW 4th PI Inlllll I GRAHAM, N. C. (AP) -Prosecuting WiDard Braik pianist and Edward -
Mr and Mrs. Vincent L. DUo c.: nlrtl httllng and air condHlonlng, II.. ,cough syrup, sleeping pin and' c
Hospital and released. Fletcher witness Robert Harvey, Troupin violinist were
Cross City what have-you often produces a
bola P. 0 Box HI, cited for failure to yield I.I SWIM, Hoyof, HI" NW .il1'IJ Kt- testifying in a larceny case, again in fine form. Sonata In
: and Mrs. Joseph W. dwtlllno, MM bizarre set,of symptoms hard todiagnose
a girl; Mr right of way. Hugh Idwirdi Inc.; MU, Nl WhTtr : was' carried away with later A, 0,. 30. Not displayed an DINING'DANCING
1201 NW Dnd Ave., a ., because they ,are different
Knight Build dwtlllng 17100
Gerald Edward Green: pedestrian proceedings, then "was carried Allegro with piano most In evidence
Mrs Malcolm G. J. N Hilt Ir, m NW lei Avt., for almosterf fndlvid. b
girl; Mr and Rt, 2 Box 200, and Dennis Addition to ....,,11... 1500. ,away himself. but with the violin appearing
Sheffield 320 NW 19th Lane aADMITTED W T. Mlrtntm, 4JI NS ftn Avo. ,P.t- I a
Marto Parra 3008 NW 13th St., w l5 ,wan 1400 --They Harvey heartily approved testimony and beginning the feeling
y.t..S'h. ;; ,;;;: ..... I Include headache ,
boy NS till
:38 p.m, Saturday 2200 blockof ..Mir. dwlllng"' 00. of another witness. He ef movement which continued University Inn COCKTAIL : q qt"
muscle ra.h'l )
: NW 13th St. Green treatedfor l W O. wnwlor, Jr. 1004 Nl 10th AvoRrpllr es, spasms! applauded throughout the number

Deanna C. Knight, Lucy Mae injuries at Alachua .General C., V DwKlInq"0'.'. Ill I3H. NI 41h .... naolrdwtlllng fingertips, dizziness and Superior Court Judge Jams I II with the same delightful bleand- I
Buck Mary 8. Bailey, Prlscll- Hospital and 1150.Lela ness I I II I f1s
released. I
of noticed before The
NlcS<. 714 NW loot Avo., 'Iniloll L. Latham of Burlington Ing parts
Inti Osteen, Molly con',., Among the important'caull J .
la Myeri, Margaret Gall Whlttaker 1803 tinting MW
turned to the
W C. "..0. Ni Nt Ulh Ttr AddlIon 1. bailiff. Deputy y
Sheffield Is frustration created
June by
Push. Ethel SW 20th St., and Robert Neal n to dwtlllng. 1177 sup Sheriff Lonnie with I ;
Craven two
Martha Ella a beth Mldgette Monroe, Jacksonville 5:10 I J. W. Pnllllpb 1301 NW Ith It,, Addl pressing Ill-feeling) toward the

Emily Anne Browne 0111 p.m. Saturday SW 13th St., and: .Ion to dwelling Idwirdi.U50Hugn ,... .. NW loin II.., boss Wahl told the Industriali directive: I IM. Total Effect Is 1NGMAR SERGMAN'S ", A Film T. See Art4 SShetteria'

Samuel Hawkins, Patricia P.M..lr dwtttina. tmtP "Sheriff, bring that man up 'ond,," -N.Y Tfea.Commmnweel .. 11
Bars, 3rd Ave. ,H A m Nl 7th Avt itptlr" dwtllIng "WINTER e
W. Stanley Magnolia liooSinOProd I here Sheriff put hat man In -

Hodge, all of Gainesville; Wanda NW Ryland 42nd Sanford Ave., and Tale.Jr.Thomas, 722 !'Imttll IncKwrMor Inc., 115llnnmtt MU W Ur.lv Avt ..i Charge: Strafing :I I jail." The citation; contempt ". I Assure You It', A LIGHT r. Thru W.d. I

C. DuBoIs.; Cross City i ) Aupllnu. III II loth It P.plr ',court. outiful Movlo"Now I J S .
Wayne Kuhr 21)11 SW 31st dwtlllm, 1100) S. Planes
'I IIII.. .
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James P.. Forrester, High Terr, ):10 p.m. Saturday W. Prink rllagtwoy, ION NW 30'" A....1 Harvey completed n e of the YorkerIT'S
Conitruet luilnm 111000 i
Springs Bush Poole, Atlanta; University Ave. and 1st St.,Tate W A. MeOrltf. UMCntrlot I'. .104 JW lei ItP. ., SAIGON, South Viet Nam,shorter hour.Jail terms on record -*I 1 I
ptlr Owolllng one
Jessie C. Bryant Cross City; cited for failure .to yield right ,; I I. VVhllnoy' Mll-M NW lilt AP) Communist North Viet|I -- .
Clara D. Ellis. Alachua, Donald -of causing minor accident 5t.. Conitruet DUll''''. Ill.MOlutior .
way Iro illS NW :]>th D" ... Contract Nam charged Sunday night that
Kenney St. Petersburg; Clarence Hilllard 4122 NW]. _"... HIM North Vietnamese I
villages were
tulltr Iroi 1311 NW Nth Drlvo Can ,
Chile Jordan Trenton. 13th St., and Jimmy Wayne Iruct Dwtlllnfl. NOWlullor bombed and strafed by US
(m.. IJM NW :3)rh Drlvo. Con ..
DiSCHARGEDtColonlus Murphy Alachua 2:53: p m. Saturday SlruCDwnllfns, ..GOO fighter aircraft: from Laos and

Owens Thomas H.Blyt parking lot at 4100 block !'I lutltr Dwtlllng.... .1147 II000 NW :J'ltl Dow. Conttruct South Viet Nam on Friday and,

Faye Brown and ion, NW6thSt. 'ul,., Irai. 1314 NW Win Drlvt Con Saturday.

Marjorie Wlnsor Dan Long, : Garnet Lavan Kukes Jr., It, .Iu lulltr,' Owilllng Iroi", 1401 MOM NW Wh Drlvt/ Con I Radio Hanoi claimed three''

June Sherman, Barbara Worthington Springs, hit a Itruct Owtlllng ..,_ Laos!' HERE RIGHT NOW
I lulltr' Inn, Mil NW nth Drlvo, Con. U.S. fighter bombers from

Heathcoat Susan I. Garrison black Angus female calf 12::25 Itruct Dwtlllng...... .1434 11,000lutltr NW nth Drlvo, Con- ,, bombed and strafed Karua vll-|
and ton Altha Brown and son, im, Sunday 2 miles south of tract Dw."' ... 10 000Itrkloy ,lags Friday morning. The n
Millard Brooks George Rltch Brooker on State Road 329 i Motor C., 1MI N. Sills, ItAdrllllorl lage Is just Inside North Viet.'!
to It 001Htitl
Lucretia Whitehurst Betty Jen Fire Calls lllll control' ,, .:hiatus"f.e; MlMtlvln Nl Nth PI? 11I-1 namesa territory near the South' AND NEW IN A GREAT BIG WAY !

sings Amos A. Polk, Daniel I At 7:26 a.m. today, house fin Volk', Nil: : NW 'Sod Avo 11.1 Vietnamese border. '
Roberts Baby Girl, at 1161 NW 5th Ave.; $300 lossto .Palo. ItNCtp ,
Harrison Cam, 10" SI Jrd PI.. The broadcast said three U.S. I'
Lets H. Locklear Barbara Jean building and contents Rented to Dwtlllng MMPlttchtr AdelllI"'I'aircraft from South Viet Nam! b
I W. Snap, 417 NW '
Basklns and daughter by Alberta Rouse. Cause: I Rill Dwtllnl, IM I strafed Karau and other places \' IIf
flooded portable kerosene best-1,/ I'
GENERAL HOSPITAL Cow** in the same area Saturday, C
.r. Qvtlitv tuUdtrt. ot Otintmliit. : : f
OIL II, 11MB1Rms HW .Mth PI lull PJtlldMCO. 115. morning
At 3:67: a.m. today, auto fire, I. K Munltr, im II UNI Tor, t
: J. C Cain 1239 IW tthRd non. 5300KIw.od :1:1"1 f nlm
..,.... ills' II lard
Mr. and Mrs. 0 B Browne, Damage $200 'ulld'1 ..._., liMNKrttrmod ; Plane CrnlieiIn .t 65
Pine Hunt Park, a girl, Mr. Itttrn UN II 43rd tr
At 121: am Sunday fire In lulld ...,-... 110,100'
and Mrs. Lloyd B. Raymer Box homecoming! decorations at a ...,- hi.'... till II 43rd Tr* ,I I Sumatra .,
011111 DnldWKO III 500 .
443. Alachua Fla., a -boy. University of Florida fraternity Thilmi' H. ",'ch.,, 4001 IW 17th Itulld _
Out*.. 114,000 JAKARTA. Indonesia (lAP) -I I It a
: 1800 W. Ave.
louse, University J P. Anrtno, 4041 IW ArChw PAtpolr .
Walter Goodman, Walter.Cause unknown; no damage. DwMIng lulMort: IrN.Sutllty ot. Oolnonlllo, "' till A Soviet-built transport, plane I tig n MM weed ice e wr ntw Mwvuryl SoN a nWium'pntt tar-but 3 mcfWi longer M the whe ibowt Wider m '

Cain, Mattto Champao JeanC. tees 0' RICOHOtollufM NW" 4N PI,Honioi. III,ON.Mfdm Com. Co Itcttn ll six with delivered 18 persons to aboard the Indonesia one of lit (heck >e..mnr II> sW mnoM bggtr. Inmkl Highs performance with new fugrt-vtgor V.'., Three. ere wan t bl e1

Waters. Marlon Hughes, e_ s11.1.aN I.l l. lulM' ...1_.. *>.'" 1
mort PtooWl to pie from end the Anwf MMcfcon ., we''o'. orTwW. A big bonus of MW nod
Pearl Ro- IN C.7w P'wldl'e Modtm Noma C_.. CoSfctlon Tlin. air force last month haM I ophora woe g i .1.1'ooh
Winifred Franc U Miller Markham Mary Dora-,.w ..11<1, sown Jlmrnl' Mem.l mir, HI, Wwfil Wlhll Jerry. lull p. KohortMn bald, ,,'.,, 1711.....IW. Itth s,., crashed In. southern Sumatra. / A deice of roof rfyfoi including cAmve IroMOway window (ifcown below) for yser-'rowld /How 1 t/I

war Every Thornton, all of Gainesville asp I.m Marian* !." J*. .ChrkllM Sift, Ifrintb tut 'NW M-:sin I< .. Addition. hi Co-_III..'. |II w.INImott 4MI It. lulMftldtnco reliable sources said today.URNIR. through VfjitiraAonf Tttolty MW Mgmoonng' loft moro, but ,1tI110.... to como end ass, Tomorrow's R,..' me

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Clara Danlae McCoy. Willis-C"M IM . L. Molirv. It ttpnburf" ....- IL'
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Monday October 19, 1964 Gainesville Sun II

' How the Secret Service 'Muffed' the Jenkins Case ;

.t It could not be cross-check President Kennedy's appoint criminal file search V, Covell and all the other divU
\ funs Bark ,ItinrsWASHINGTONThe ed against the file on him that ments secretary, notified the l The complex fingerp r I In.I ion and squad commanders Involved
," See re'I Special Report of I was compiled In 1958, when he protective research section of checking marhines had turned have firmly denied that
1 vice> knew in 1961 that Wai- to sought the Q" clearance. The the Secret Service to Issue a up Walter Jenkins s brush with "anyone made any requests at
;\ r W. Jenkins had been arrest. cret earlier file did not include hit I temporary White Hou e pass to'the law In 19r! 9. The F.B.I. re- any time to suppress this arrest
i ed In 1959 but failed to report White House that they had not I dent Kennedy The Warren the I fingerprints;: It was Instead a i'Jenkins He informed the sec :ported that It had a record thai ."

;"f ft to anyone the agency has in- Informed anyone of the arrest,Commission report severely| written record of the investigation .I'(Ilion that Jenkins had a "Q"'he had been "arrested cr re- In both his 1959 and !t961 arrest 1
, ;'rmad the White House. when they learned about it in clritciied the Secret Service: I I of 1958. (clearance and that a written request Icrl\ed"* by the Washington. police records Jenkins
w occupation
President Johnson Immediate 1961 because it was not con land also questioned some of the',er A "Q" clearance so called, for the pss was forth, on a charge of "Inv. sup. Is given as "clerk" 1
f' ly directed Secretary of the sidered important and because I[procedures of the Federal I II ', for the Identification Ictfrs on(crming |person." Covell said that this would

i Treasury C. Douglas Dillon to Jenkins already had a "Q"I Bureau of Investigation a n d lallon (the security form, is required I That day, the temporary passwas One day later the Secret from police clerks' having result -

,, investigate the agency's procedures clearance for access to top secret I,other agencies. a under the Atomic: Energy A" Issued (Service received another document shortened his actual title "ad-
in an effort to learn If information. dating .from But Johnson decided that the for access to restricted Luo,.. from the F.B.I. the re- ministrative assistant" In
they need strengthening 0 1958.) |Dillon Committee should be On April I, Jenkins was fin-, of the field orderto
exclusively mation Involving the design port Investigation make it :"fit In the allowed
changing ri' The Secret Service did not, concerned with Its, was manufacture or use of. atomic' rprinted routinely by the pro-:on Jenkins when he was given' on the blotter"space
Jenkins was arrested in 1959 know, because of the wording'study of the safety of the President weapons and the production of'ledive research section and his'"Q"' clearance In 1958.I .
ti and again last week on morals of the report that the arrest In' and the procedures of the sus, ( :special nuclear materials for'the prints were sent to the I| On May S, the protective research Such changes are frequentlymade
I he said
F.BI. with a request for a "sub : ,
charges He resigned Wednesday -!volved a morals charge. agencies charged with that re- section Issued .
weapons. a
from his Dillon will conduct the in I :versive and criminal file 1 l The Pentagon, releasing information -
post a s .1 1 sponsibility. In 1958 and 1959 Jenkins wa][ i White House pass to Jenkins
assistant to the Presi of these his order I I on Jenkins' mill i l i tarp
special vestigation procedures, Thus to Dillon Saturday trusted assistant and valued after making a review
dent touching off a politi cal 1 separately from a study of the,I for a separate study of of friend of then Sen. Lyndon R On April 7. the Secret Serv-|'',1 Insure that there had been a',record disclosed that he received
storm that has shaken the Democratic Secret Service and other!the Secret Service's procedures one of Texas On Jan :20,1 i ice received Hartignns. officinl proper request from the WhiteHouse I a "top secret' clearance
l ntial already undertaken ''In the 1961 amounted to with memorandum requesting aWhile i in June 19511' as a member of
preside cam agencies bya can a 1061! Johnson became vice and that "the
rest fret House for Jenkins: IUbject"I')'the I 999 paign. committee he headi. I new blow at the prestige of that of the U S. and Jenkins, 1 pass had a tap-steret '
( ) and stating that he had current Squadron, commanded by Sen.
Republicans have charged That committee was named agency with him Into the new' Thus, when Johnson became
and Johnson had denied-that by the President to follow up i The Secret Service now Is an lop secret clearance i president on Nov. 22, 1961. Barry M Onldwater, a reserve

the President covered up Jen- on the recommendations of the arm of the Treasury Depart 000 On AprilS, 1961, William'' On April II, 1961 the proloc-j' Jenkins was able to take up his I major general Jenkins holds Ihe
kins' 1959 arrest. But Secret I Warren Commission's report I ment. That Is why Dillon was live research section received duties as special assistant without I rank of colonel In the unit.
: Service officials reported to the on the assassination of PreslMn. -|named to conduct the new in- 'card: an assistant to P.''the F.B.I. response to the April: requesting a Unite House A Pentagon spokesman pointed -
ODonnell who was ,6 request for a subversive and.pass, He already had it. out that the Air Force office

'_ 1"f! \ But when he was arrested of legislative naison was re
Peace and Disarmament 4 "\f"' again, on Oct. 7, 1964, again sponsible for Jenkins effective
f at the YMCA and on a ness reports and that hit clearance

charge somewhat similar to the ( was the responsibility of
1459 charge, the question of how the Air Force office of special
Theme of Brezhnev Talk the earlier arrest had escaped Investigations.

r I attention became one of political The spokesman noted that
significance there "obviously" were no Indications .
MOSCOW AP) The new work In all fields for the benefitof sized the Leninist principles of I The Secret Service reported to of deviate behavior In

leader of the Soviet Union man, he said.Thousands leadership" This was a refer- Johnson Saturday that It hat ,the record of Jenkins until the
If. Leonid I. Brezhnev, proclaimed roared their wel- ence to collective leadership hot only taiiied the permanent I date of his clearance, because
today a policy of peaceful coexistence come to the three cosmonauts rather than one.man domination pass in 1961! but that It had also such I In d I c.: 11 l o ns were con-
disarmament and the first a week ago to circle the of the Soviet government I informed no one of the Incidenton I considered reason for withholding -
. equality among Communist earth In a multiseat spacecraft The Communist party newspaper ; Jenkins' record. or withdrawing such clear
larties. Brenhnev, Alexei N Kasygin Pravda has accused Khrushchev It had followed hat course, ance.
t Brezhnev made his first personal who took over Khrushchev's Job since his unexpectedfall the agency reported' because:
statement of policy since las premier' President AnastasI. of developing his own'' -The FBI field Investigation .
I f the removal of Nikita Khru- Mikoyan and Mikhail Suslov.a "cult of personality" and Ignor-1 of 19r l had disclosed no Court Mum
i shchev In a speech to a Red member of the party Presidium ing others. derogatory I Information on
)I Square reception for the three were out at the airport to Soviet foreign policy Bre- I Jenkins. On
, latest Soviet cosmonauts. meet the three. The cosmonauts zhnev said Is built "on the unshakable : -The F.BI. fingerprint return Brooklyn
, Brezhnev made no reference had flown 1,250 miles from basis of the Leninist j r on the 19SI arrest had not
I to his takeover hat Wednesday space headquarters.* principle of peaceful coexist f been evaluated as involving a IntegrationWASHINGTON
' of Khrushchev's position as first They hugged the trio Col ence." He called a reduction of I serious matter.
secretary of the Soviet Communist Vladimir Komarov commanderof International tension "the only Jenkins was already In possession
, party. Khrushchev has the spaceship, scientist Kon- policy reasonable under modern ) of top-secret clearance. (AP) The
Supreme Court refused
Jlsappeared since then. stantin Feoktistov and Dr. Boris conditions" and said "all White House sources also dls today to
I In a 20-minute address from Yegorov honest people must agree. closed the results' of an Inter rule on a complaint by a groupof
, atop Lenin's Tomb Brezhnev II After triumphant ride from We stand for complete dis vOI1 rogation of Roy E. Bllck i re- white parents In Brooklyn
J said "some people express dis--the airport, the new cosmonauts armament" and for strengthening tired deputy police chief, who NY, who said (their children
\ quiet that the Soviet Union Is the members of the par the United Nations "In the ...... was In charge of the morals division were assigned to a new junior
f far ahead of the United States" ty's Central Committee presldU interests of peace," Brezhnev ) of the Washington policeIn high school outside their, home
I In space flight. Some estimates ,um and five of the previous six said adding: "We stand for effective ) Portrait Missina 1951. area on the basis of race,

say two years ahead, some five 'cosmonauts lined up atop Len' security in Europe muni*t Party leaders are ahown on li'o cow street Blick was with Jenkins at the order The which refusal made was no In comment.In a brief
years he added in's Tomb. Waves of cheers He advocated unity of the Khrushchev' overthrow Khruthchev'i police station from II30: p.m.
* "We are pleased that the ,swept the vast square. world Communist movement- lineup. From left are First Secretary Leonid Hreihn pore- to 2 45 a m, the night of Jan, the a petition to stated the high tribunal -

Soviet Union Is ahead, but we do Brezhnev told line crowd is) now torn by the dispute between v ; Soviet President Anasta I. Mikoyan; and Ide 15-18, 1959 Petitioners parents do not to
not consider cosmic: research as standing under the Kremlin Moscow and Peking, with The portrait were erected aa part of decoration The sources said Hick loll I d having their children object attend
some kind of i race," Brezhnev walls that a Leninist policy I some parties trying to keep of crew of Sot let apace ship that recently orbited them he did not call Johnson at school with non-whites. do
laid. It Is part of Soviet creative would be followed. He empha neutral. the the time of Jenkins arrest because They
..... object to the assignment of their/
he was "leery of talking
children to school In slum
a a to

-, M'iiRKT R' to He the had Hill prev leu sly' been MiJsfy a 'political compromise
BUSINESS brought about!
1 Holley Promises "burned" Bitch was reported to by pressure on
lie Board of Educ.tlon, solely
hive said, In police cases involving
:because their children
REVIEWPersonal "iF senators or t h .1 I r (am- an
f"I lies
New 'Bombshell' In other actions of national I
j One explanation for the way
I interest In a brief session the
\ in which the record of Jenkins'arrest I -
V ifih court:
In 1959 was handled by,
I STOCK 1\ I (AP) The closed for two reasons: 'gencles t h s t s u b s e quenlly Upheld South Carolina
I FLASHESNEW of whether Mayor Hay. 1 I. The Lakeland Ledger reported earned of It appears to lie In law providing thai in election
MARKET Burns of Jacksonville has last week It learned the polite department's notation 'ballot shall not be counted unless t

Income At .,.. 2 million In a foreign bank through official hank channels,on the report sent to the F BI. the voter marks tile names /
YORK (AP) A moderate suit of the changeover In Rus- unsettled today de that Bum had no account In When arrested Jenkins posted .nf aa many candidates at there
Record Rate I stock market advance sian leadership the British Burns' repeated denials Ihe Bank of Nova Scotia In Nas- $21 collateral and forfeited are offices (to be filled. l'

strengthened selectively early election or Red China's explosion (! Alcoa Rep Charles Holley of St Pet- sat, Bahamas, where Holley Ill a method by whk h, In effect Two republicans running for ,
WASHINGTON (AP) Per I this afternoon in fairly active of an atom bomb \ Republican candidate said he had. he waived his right to a the state legislature In Rich. ;
sonal Income increased 122 trading The Associated Press average governor who brought up the i, 2. The bank president Issued trial on the charge of "disor land County with It seats at :'

billion In September to a record I Gains of fractions to a point of M stocks at noon was up Am 'i, last week told newsmen I statement' saying Bums had derly conduct (perverll" ind law stake challenged validity of the
annual rate of $4971 billion/ the or more among key stocks outnumbered J at 2292 with industrials up A planned another bombshell no such account put an end to police proceedings saying Republicans who I
Commerce Department announced losers. 11, rails up .1 and utilities up \ a news conference In Rut, Holley told the Associated ,: In the matter The Washington voted for them would also have >. ,
II ATaT J to vote for eight Dcmocrils In
today. The major steels were up 4 Tuesday Press he considered the bark police l l consider such .
order to have their ballots
The Dow Jones Industrial average : did not elaborate president's statement' vague, canes closed
The advance was approximately moderately as Industry reports I
equal to the average told of strong demand despite, at noon was up 2.20 at ., Democratic Holley said the bank pre.l.dpnt' I In Jenkins's ease, police officials -I court counted In, South A special Carolina three-Ms upheld ,

monthly rise for the first eight the General Motors strike. 17574.Prices'rose in moderate trading I goernor told Undldlle//saying, statement what Burnt appeared] to be I speculated! he was apparently validity of tro law and the Supreme
Instruct charged with the broadphrase
months of the The annual
year. : GM and other Big Three motors : on the American Stock Ex the money him to say. ,I "Investigation Court affirmed the low
. suspiciousperson'
rate was $28 billion higher than took losses, however as' Aa er court decision
change. Burn replied '
a year ago. I the strike wore on Into Its "I didn't .ell' while the arresting officers
The department's office of'fourth week I Corporate bonds were mixed : Hit [him to say anything consulted with their superiors Ordered arguments on a

business economics also reported -! Losses by auto stocks were U.S. government bonds were I Holley made his original ,'at..I on the exact charge Nebraska request for permission
Boeln merit about Burns lo file suit Iowa In
that consumers spent a,more than made up for by some mostly unchanged | by dlspl.y.Iin. that their evidence would support against
; lid Tuesday what he called a depute over their boundary
slightly higher percentage of substantial gains among a variety Parked ( I
their net income In recent of chemicals, electronics. Education PostNEW '' Iin. sheets from the Bank of I Eventually, the officials peculated along the Missouri Rivet
months. airlines, electrical equipments YORK (AP) Dr. John Scotia which showed I' they settled on "disorder The Brooklyn school case did d
Personal income consists of rails and utilities R. Everett, former chancellor of Campus Burns had II2 million" on depoiit. ,ly conduct (pervert and entered not reach to the Issue of transporting -

wales and salaries, rents, inter : Will Street seemed reassured the City University of New ( .. Then he ached where I i that In the arrest book, pupils by bus to schools
est dividends, small business by weekend developments York has. been appointed president : -New berry[Burns got such a sum I but the duplicate fingerprint record listant from their home area
profits and other payments tot!I which showed no drastic newt, of the New School for Social George Hill complainedthe I Bums countered t hi I theaheetit taken earlier In the evening ,New York coots Mid bold t '+s
Individuals developments likely_as UK re-,, Research In Manhattan. !: '< Sun yesterday that his( were forgeries and that:went In the r.B I. with the notation schools were within walking ",.

car.... the victim of,'he had been offered similar Investigation suspicious distance.
I Is Friday night when It sheets bearing Holley's 'person," The children Involved! were
larked near the library on for $ ... name I, Police official. Insisted told to go to Junior High, &Mal
Cancer Unit Elects Cofrin EAL I.: verity of Florida csnvl Neither Burns nor "day thai this was routine Iatur.1 m In the Brownsville section ef
EKod > \ ,I would say who produced they I saV ledger aheela. I IOw I' Deputy Police Chief H. Negro and Puerto Rican, -
I that his Ronnie .
I son,
Dr. David A. Cofrin was reelected -(I Mrs. Taylor Kirby, Dr. Glenn ice to the following volunteerswho t FlaPw
to serve a second term,0. Summerun Dr. W. H Lun- worked for the Society In senior Valoring In political
President of the Alachua I,ten Rev. U. S. Gordon Ferrell Ford atV L'F, was In the :t
as I
tha Gainesville area last :
year when he vandal Pine
of With
County Unit of the A m I r I lean I iAsbeil. J. B Carmichael Asa I ( act Seedlings Better
: Edwin Peck, special events; occurred onetime between
Cancer Society at tile annual.Cox Mac C gsby. Earl Higgen- HA. 1
Mrs Clare Jolly and Mrs. H f and 10 m. .1
Unit meeting last week. botham Hal Hop. a n, Robert E. Buckley, residential areas.Robert ; '
Dr. Howard Pearson, associate :Jordan, Alan Lederman. Francis -: vandalsVtpped LBJ
professor in the Department Moore Edwin Pack, ".II Lederman.Johnson.and Loe.hr.Ana Cox business, Alan GenEI from the fakfe of the! Gum Yield Seen in Future '
Hill said bike into the
of Pediatrics at the University Jack L. Thomas Mrs A. U Gen,. '
of Florida Medical School, spoke : Also. Mrs..J'' C Adkins. and Industry Camp / car and trA to serape I II la lie next few ( ( )..
bell and Dr. Cofrin. professional (
on tilt recent advances at ant- Mrs. Maude Bradley. Mrs.h"1 ; Mrs MIry Lea Carson I signs from UwVniKfc of r seedlings capable ; t,
...... especially as this form T. Braslatea, A. of Florida and Mr. windows and let \ air out \V per cent or /
University ; the tires \ I ...
of cancer la found to cnUdrest Campbell Mrs Maud Earl {t'he: average/ .
Higgenbotham. publicity.
Other atrIcera elected to son, Mrs. Eo.Eo Dumavant. \ said the gar U\ rap,':,today will be '
tern with Dr. Cora tar dw1MMI ( R. C Phillip. Mn. J. J Out of town awards went, mining, and IhX hei I':>rs. 'I I' e"
year wen. Mr*. 141I1Fkher. 1 Waters, Mrs. William Wist to Mrs. C. W. Ailstock. Archer; have tilt car check: to] Thais what a 'aublr."tlafly(1 i I r..
Ut wire president; Dr.I I{Mrs. ILL. Yaaag.aad Mrs Mrs. L. B. LMsey. Alartua,1 ; a1 any foreign subttVt Florida forestry | ;| ,..
J. Masey D 1 Jr. M rice'Roondtrw* Pea ae is Moore Hawthorne.Mrs. been poured into Ihe lA ,dieted today, as / 'ti
president: Dr. Taylor KM* M William S. Talks, mnadt' J. J. Waters. High 1 said ha would report iV*vxne M forestry I i i vsj i! '
vice president; Mrs. J. A. chairman, reported a bid Iprtocs: Mrs. E. H. Bartlett, to Campus police today Lves at the :Naval' I >
White secretary: aid H. A. ss.t at $12tILM attest Masrese; Mrs. Bill RaosjUey.sasay .,I Vnference, at the I "
(Baddy) Duncan treasons'.' lee 8.1514 Cratade. ; Mr,. S P. Catans.Nssfijarry Po \ Ray E_ ]
Robert Leehr was ifpeerf ....L Dr. Margaret saw ChaanoM ; Miss Berry Breaker f ; .t 1&\ Boasible to JM
shake at the cr. a 4 acmasOaa tat lift Hate Urtiali CiiBiirtt Wilde,; sad Mrs. PaallatA 'es... : in' a gum-yWdina' ; abtf.J Dr. Coddard explained the I raw materials for ctindustry. ,... .
; Mrs. M. HeBl Bre J tea reaart af sMakM elr.d taamt dty. I.. 'I CTON CAPar -I j.t1 dash, pine by selectUag role of a research agency He i'ls ** s
.... a* fee fitae eeM Kttstv ** aUff Ulal at B 2, afadal award la la Isi art* r Yost. 45, af Silver Spring. ud In. 'laid whether It Is the U 8. Per IT. 1 R>p. D. R. (Billy) Mb.
dead cftssrsaaa; mA Dices B|1St. wth kt |NM ky i,.ssjBtssf is tit CasMtvtt,SIB aft-ct' has ben aptwtaud direct-I d he Indices Itt Service. a university ar i thews wiD address me ... .
hulls lie dCAsa.ee ea.aadlast1I Aaertcs. da.eee jar sJstaa ad asBsstaat; M BBB wakiaf I of the National. Aeronautics tIuI II example of multiple private organization, a retearrliageaty a banquet at IIIr
u /Yhr knske la t e s a ate Mr BallSt :a I! spare AdmJs) stration's Of 'teooperat seldom equalled I produces facts, fectytuque 'ierInn tonight jifew
.1111 lira mL T k i s r iar aMr. la I8 t j jI. af Technalaty I'UUutlon.,The' lout) stem Forest. Ex and basic i knowledge I products for in4ij||
a seas allsrtled l a r! ,- phYaha aaLi M I. I : tJfr1mtnI idev e It p e d" Dr. Coddard said that Ike from V. 1 Deparmeaj i irtculturt 4..
t" .,.... af .. lease of taebnlepa. peonthat gum Florida Forest Service has accepted rescBrch and |

af Graal Ultafc, Mcti[field ef sUiVin* tin to go.! a' one ol their funemm > ,facing the naval i"H |
Mia power.aari M voice la vtlralr/ Impr\
trTn'f attattis....-. serve, fur Net.' select* tread high' for reforestation.I They art '

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14 Gainesville Sun Monday, October 19. 1964

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hourly, Hills C.I1I .0212. M4UaUroraW _. vy r

Isslude g .. ....... ... 4
Abigail Van Muren v...,.. Akb OMVWI eU' w.iLk ka ..r, NMtbwrIe tom 1I j

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DEAR' ABBY; What would you do If a woman with a utes everybody Is happy. A w MINUTES 50iMETH1 16'SIIJRNING.
tainted reputation moved Into your neighborhood and decided "SOME LIKE IT HOT SOME LIKE IT COLD" ??.THE Ll6NT !iS > .
to make you her bosom buddy Just because your sofa and WHEELING, W. VA. ?I
ben became playmates? She's never done me any harm, S *
but everyone keeps warning me not to men-married to do DEAR ABBY: I am a young mother expecting her second
with her because the seems to attract and child. I nursed my first and I intend to nurse this one
.!Ingle-without even trying. My husband Is no dream boat too. My problem: Mealtime in public. I see nothing wrong
or woman chaserbut I'd die if he ever got Interested In with nursing my baby In public; but It seems to be a sourceof S -
Mother woman. With these friendly warnings I I have my embarrassment for many people. Although I am by nature ;
fears,' even though I trust my husband and I like the wom a very modest person I just can't work up any feelingof B 1 1
an. She seems lonely and I'd gladly give her my friendship shame about this. I have tried going Into public restrooms f I II'
If It.Isol. my husband she's after. What should I do? but I am not very happy In there all alone. If I
PUZZLED don't nurse this second baby I will feel that I am cheatinghim.
DEAR PUZZLED) If the woman has never done yon any What do you suggest? I'I'I '
ham and you like her I say nuts to the "friendly warntags. EXPECTING
." They sound like so mack cat meowing. YOB cast getbroagft DEAR EXPECTING: I suggest that yon nurse you baby I
life suspecting every attractive woman of trying to In private. While there Is aelhhsg to be "ashamed" ef, yea TARN YORE HEAD
steal rear husband. are unwise to mike yourself censplcions In public and embarrass HAVE V6 SOT "VV AN' HIDE YORE
others, as well as year relatives and friends. FIFTEEN CENTS EYES I 1+ I
DEAR ABBY: In answer to COLD TOMATO we In the e X CAN SORRY ?
restaurant business place our customers' comfort above an CONFIDENTIAL TO "NOT WELL" No one said It better
else We set the temperature to 72 degrees at the peak thai Ella Wheeler Wilcox .In her poem OPTIMISM and I
hours. This is what the engineers say should be a comfortable ejnotes
average. I hive been summoned to a customer' table "Talk health The dreary never-ending tale ;
to hear the complaint that it Is "freezing.( And in less than Of mortal maladies Is won and stale E
live minutes someone in the same dining room win ask You cannot charm or Interest or please o \
me why our air conditioning la not working. When this hap' By harping en that miner chord disease.Siy rJ. / fP.rtAJTOR 'I. J 1 t .1)
pens, I walk to lie controls which are in evidence to au, yea ere weD er an Is wen with yon I .1I
,,move my hand over them, change nothing, and In 10 min. Aid God shall bear year words and make them true." I

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r--F- The Karate ExpertWASHINGTONEvery 11 Iemsal IIw I IIII "

once self defense ever devised by towards Jake. open" Jake though'to him if n .. .

In a while we bear a trie' man." I I Jake studied him calmly.He .' self. "Well, be asM for It t1ALtNBAMUr.

.tol'1' that Is so sad we ,can 'After ten years went by even was of medium build not Jake reached fwa to unfasten I>_ Toia s D $OIPICI$tTsa CAU.AND AT ,ter A 1 oOSrrrALWTN P4
hardly write It. The other day Jake started to doubt he would particularly heavy. It would 1 Ma car ufer belt. It wu TSU. 4WEDaw Drtwpu'mea { I
we heard one about a friend of have chance toIII his probably take only one slash stuck. He trW to unfasten It Nay w'Ow'ta aa1

ours who. Byes .In California i skill,. But then the big day across the throat with' his hand again. It wag stW'stuck. The ....
We aid Call him Jake Klkhiff! came The driver moved forward, man reachel Jd, car. Jake Q
hlr his right fist held back. "The fought we tell desperately f
to identity.
protect He was driving along a Loa 1
guy ,is !leaving himself wide to m av 7M driver of the ,
Jake who. works in motion Angeles freeway a Sunday other cirteached into the window ,
pictures, took up the sport of afternoon with his wife when a ane'Mt Jab In the mouth.I % ;
"...." about ten years ago. sports ear cut to front of him. Blue Key Cites knockM out two teeth. 7 7ar
Karate II. Japanese defense Jake got mad and cut !hi front
continued to
I'IIInIID which the use of the of the sports car. The man In, UF Professors I II free the trying I
man re
hands plays the major rolls Cat the sports ear got mad and cut $4j.his car, got back in
louaaa an built up on the hand In front of Jake. I For Service off.Jake's .
In such a way that an experienced Pretty soon ,they were shout-
/ wife told it took a
karate expert can break hg at each other and the man us
Florida Blue Key, the Delvirally veek before Jake would even
i brick er a two-by-four by hand In the sports car yelled 'Pull'
bring-\ &lie edge of his off the freeway and I'll punch,I of Florida's kadersh talk to her and a month be- i tsalt nos teer oxAr leer net 10rntlNa w Colt ser vas. our roe i ratT: t. A oalLroe tc.u'T a/s5/ tO
fraternity cited six facuff fore he got a new br'dge for ,MeA A 00MneA t4NT aeMat O a00vnot aOll'.t>tA7 i AmOmr
down on It. la the note. Ef watt 1D Jens x.M/R:x 11CMT er
you /
I III f ww ItT A swsat,
nMS ssos5 r soar
his mouth. He's karate souwr etata cw Ter tams oust ION. ItL
members Friday at Homeqee- up rocs rue enAaa a err wa: ,
Let'M be said that Jake was Jake was elated. All theyears no',. As a matter of fact aeanee sf vrla suer sin eelo van w tsar M snrOSuu T+sm nonuse ma n wet .s,or
wr wserr: ranrr N a ANMIIMN
In the deee with the experts. II of practice and expense Ing for devotion to teachhfand' every time ne sees a two by vY la.f 7faX almar sae 1 1wwt neua m1010tt tam *tut setiCUSa oar swt : ran fast son rsaL
Hi was a "Mad belt" which were finally going to pay off service to the University four er a brick be gets tick to Cer oOn A
is pretty high. hi Karat hierirehyani His wife begged him to ignorethe Honored were Dr. frank his stomach.
while ,other hue other. man but Jake just Goodwin profesmr o/nMiket
ids watched t television er rubbed Ms callouses against his Ing; Dr. Ron Lyefl Jbne, professor
Playboy. Jake used to chin and said "Is be going to of educatton/fchn Paul When Britain la ready lot an
spend! his ttne la the cellar be In for a surprise!" Jones professor/I Journalism election the Common Criermounts
"71tl you''atop breaking those I Jake puDed off the freewayand ; Dr. Clarfjstammmrprofessor the steps of London' aNYawiR'r
bricks wilft your hand and parked on a stretch of of pojal science; Royal Exchange and Intones
carne to be"Someday ,, grass. The sports car driver Dr. John Ew/f Wker Jr. "Ores, ores, oeL" The campaigns
Msth r, he .....1 pulled up In front of him and professor of M- engmeerlnr last about three weeks
Wre tot:* to be hippy I parked. The driver jumped out and Richard/. Stephens, kwprofesM and election day is always onnmnday.
irate 1t h the greatest. of his car and parted ..lkln'l *. / I' e

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t Car ol Then* moms 33. Lode ERA A 1"1. M ES .I

I ILaat 4 Pauna Veiled 35 Julaerne A M e Eo It T Eo R E T l AND

I I 4 Paneno"lied $trvk ellpociol I. MlrvftJiprlnf. character R 0 l L. r U Ti L. I 0 I> L'lV < F: NAI

E T.vol, InM1wNM1 36 Corn iplkt ESE P U 1'1. NET 1 .
NaticaaIPIarlete 11. Cnuuiy 38 Drilicr
I plant 41 Iial m j9 E G A M U T

I ..... ..$.... Child c... 12 O lon E cream T. 0 R I L C
I I Placet To Oo And 13 New.bou 45 EmaniUM 0 A R R' .T R t t. A '!'J THIS WEEK'S SPOTLIGHT IS ON

I Thlnn It IMAUTOMOTIVE lamb 46 Afflict Ai'll I 0. A ..It' A R .

U Out 47 Re mluaud 0 Jtlmvl.8 E. T 0 P1 _
I 1.0\: 1 48 Clatp THE DUTCH TREAT
15 :\ .
M A rplint liiot/ .'. 17. lahtr 49. Tiny (Solution To Sunday' Paul)
t trucm Mr lilt 90 Curved ; 1802 W. Univ. Avt.
I X Trucm ,,,,.....,, 19. Terminus lain 4. Leave t.Moccail

M Trocton 4 Truck RtntalaH 20. America S.OnlW '3. Cow 10 One Scot. jr Tilt DuftN TIM* Rattayrant It or**.,*' to ..".
Trallar II....... BtauqrIt 16 Emm y*" .t any Kettr or tna alack. M.ko you ..... tram
I M Matircyclat ScogtonM Monty DOWN lj..her the kraakfoit man OP-rot Uiacn, dlmwf or o mack
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drawn 1. Whip Appear ._ .... of Mob on4 sold Mudwlckat
AuhjmaM' Retain' ; -1wrs rko HttlHf -
r rIi C I M Autemabnet. far ...* JJ CllmiJ 2. OppoMdtotweaihec aJmlral) the dlMMC '11 aalad kawli. and lull maan. Tk toetaurtnttokae

j M ..... Carl Bo,. 7. Main 21. laces* ,4;l" 'a'1*' prld. U rM kla-eli* iloak, s Ifilrlaln ..o
7 Aunt WpsiSEDUCATIONAL 30. [nl. 3. KnngNle: I.Tram. when coatn > (or only $2.SO. far delta* try itch whippedka j
bullfinch pontoon mining | ar* tream. d.1iot.e..1.o. and doubly. ,,".1_ at
caught tamlik lot ciuma.ltoaad olds pi i..
:; II ( 23 Soylher Th. ,....."t .'III.h... ol tko Out** Treat
Ii ANT I cnaoli 4 InilructlonIt r I. 1.1I I. ... .. I' I' jit gated wi" odd .. ,*., aniaymaM .. soy _I. C-..... I.
nuM. .DoncmtM I 24 Clue aomiror ...... oad It..... ara ookohiorod In Flatldoklua
\ I Wantto ImiruclltrlIMPLOYMINT oT IT I : and own**. and Iko ......... dlntatf oraa.
I Neptunt I ......II I is wood with ..,...... of |.... la hick.Uktod .

h ADS II "...11... Hoi* Wento I'. I" 1/6 23 Cavalrrtabkr. rG by ..... mural daffcHMf .MOM ol Holland. .
II Milt, Nt'p wiMod .. SPOTTl
T I 26 Rubber Be*
j WaHk far Hair Waak'* IONT
3 II "lit-Mil. ar Pemale 27.SpikfJet&

Ii IiIt.. II lalea Help Wontoa ,. / In III 21 ilIA"'.... .
II Won wanta* "...... 32: Period of IILLURDS DINING OIMINO-OANCING *

[A AUTOMOIILES' I U Work yVonto* Moll In If '. p 'bnmatunly34.d. CUE STICK ilLLIARDS ,I PU500000.0......"... Lea "umIr' COCKTAILS
/ plums I .c tEiuLSI\IV .aL Pun ... not only yeunf man Ml a aood ad, laihionadroul Ii
L ARMS t> LIVESTOCK In 37.Trot mink: y BJT ...... wemen to* bwr, Hop by Uw UNIVERSITY 1 INN
III' r M Perm loulpmmt.1I 'in* yeur daleoOtm i A 4 w ROOTIIIR ITANO Charcoal lieo, Room .........
B 1' Pa.. 4 PtrililttrLryaittck 'I ,,. II 39 Spinal' It A M 111 n ...M.W IMF NW INN IItor boar*. Cacatiii Meat I to I. tdrimi
[ BICYCLE: manbrsoeJn N .Mal' It,eat i quick retre,nm nli Is, Ihp price pf I. Domino
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4 lup( I OulcOaclscloot' odd tKorrnto .. I .
Jf .. .. til I A M. ft lobby 'MW
it LenaiciRlni Tat tail a I" 40 .. ct I your home* an* a.e tp''''d'', DINING lunch01.00 ....., lu./n..or Combo I Rlchar ,....... pnheo
'I I 71 Pitt 4 luppllMII dlmrd I I hoi day f iHt. Relate" Try a coal M'cheiob.OottitetiM .... ml I Urn: M PR ..,....
;iff 41 f. .T 41 EniroweJ ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? loied .'rimpICHOONI
llvettack baudFINANCIAL CIOIMPI1110/ 4 ni to e I .
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I 41 Adage luiKKtM loMo. ar* love v Inn'vldu.a DII.a by condl.lljnt Me dellgnitul .
.. Cockteili far IM trice al tUl
I T : 11 y. loo. Peltorn til dolll.t '''.n., etmoMhtro of ItelylMAHAROI Pom 'ly dinlnit Candeitte' dnntrf ,
43 CrutinJdlih cholca tfeiai at rooianoMaprtett
{ I M utlnau. Opporlun. Olna ...* donca Hi
.t T. :sf In Nt 30.Thlryllw. wee,.,,Im ,M L.0w .. piuamd 111 w. Unl. ,....
D 17 Monty la Lie 44 Bmwnefor oner avicuui' ila"M taod .00501 tlmtlphara
II ; DISHES MManiogta \I-jJ- cenh In tone tor IMa tIN MMrtharna .*. HI PM T7lA Try pwae'onl, THE ORLEANS
a .. .Haw M mm N IN.1.w.r.. .ttorn r add II court tor NthpattI5 077 ills Claw _.... enchayy ar a camblnttian, at 4I>I NW lth I17.0101
tor Itt-clett
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looclal' flondlln' *. Send to Inureyvneoler
Ol.notyllla ..... NMetrill TARRYrS" tin tar tail trot delivery, GENERAL" GAINES
E P Ion Icm it an* Lawanbrau an taa STEAK ROOMttaturlnf
Oopt 0 It) Od
II' EGGS I) wania M Soy -- Ctioiiaa Italian Now York it. N V. Inl Woo Un'.II'' AcOnWOPSN .It W. un,.. A_ .. u I Prim* ana Choice
II Machlntry 4 Title, 11 FEMALE Nil WANTID 11 FEMALE WANTED POnl, p10115 A''III ..U....... N HOU" A SAY I... NUl 151 A05' .. ".... ,,_ref) II. vmr fata
41 uiWnt' MeteriauatHtutihii Announcements NAM, ADDMIt and tONI HOT ROAST-SPIN'IANDWICMINow 1 on our open heart NplMay Into
PXI7TIb iou. EMI |W Dm it PR ._
Ooooaol ( 0,_. otylol U canlALANS "
F .o Hottl Ttiomti botwlon hrt! RIOISTIRID NURIII NIW PO* 1MI MO dnlgni' -
FURNITURE I Ant_ at lam. andlWpm. ondONpm Como It worn In wt ....IC.' Ca moro tooMoni. .. _.11. cracnol Ihn DUTCHTREAT
I at M'K. Par lob'. ..IO.IXI. .... No toophonoc 0001151 .. la ar Rocoutry Room ..." Ply I PREP. onttt.ni. on<. MR. SANDWICH SHOP AMUSIMINTJ 4
: I LOST > POUND lli pioaiti II NI >id II el e modem rapidly t'owntmodlctl bre''ry.' aoili' c... ... Mod U in Coralyn. Piaia' .
a TrMInf' Post cantor. Modlcol school. i.. ctnti lor now Nwdiocrotl' ctioiofV4LUPI 'UNL AND
II i G at Pual 011 4 Wood CWrX&ATrr; Teieniroa WANTED HIO oiptrlancttrViirmi ; ; : Cited ... campul. lass ulory LONGSCAFtTtRIA I 1802 \V UNIV. AVE. ............ _
GUNS wllh wh to en* ton m.rh,nti, curry aroulir omplavnwnt, Aoav with all Mil _I",. Pontoninliti. II COMPLITf QUILT ..,.!no Noun II.II III. I P W. end I ..n.o 50yoWn0 010.00Ptm
I U loans r Mortonlgt11p" loll', prick ...., waorlno ch<.ncol to hood o sob., In prrion moon.lM wrltt. la Director. iur.ktlOpenllna PATTINI In ..,..... nw Quilt I0: PM. t11SN M.I' *oy' HUMTY CUMTV .: AN nl 5 to M
n Camp Hunt Pluto .., name Chad. Phone PR or so HoM TtnmoiII tulle. unlvortlty olTr .ton. Par boa,nnort, t.portt. loss a PUSS AOMIIIIO"
_nnLOST Nf Ina .. NI phone comixPIRilNXIo"ar .... londwcnoi/ ar cemoieie *mnerttonrad ,.... .
Ii t n ontoe. loulpmamMMuiKal .,..... 7.510.Stow o>.Medical S.ndb Oalyotton I 1M. poet 1 II W llnvortty, A.. in dlnind Pool ar olaurl 1111 W. U. '" Ay
H MorOhaltebooREAL Irawn, Dechthund. tame Open II N A M. la WMl .
icoater IK UK Cartel ll"lr"iTPratar :
Vo,p Botch. ChUTl .... CHI FR Conofvix. '/ .......,. Typo NVK llth IIOtlicieui.
I ESTATE OI SALE _10004 ,. hot holpful' ADvltTUi IN THk
onor y tmbllon.Kianvol 'OWL''O II tOw men In your moult)
F I I M Mabll* Momot lot touts PERSONALIZED URVICI tnhHty, roqulrtd P.O.Ht SHOP THE REST PALM LANE110 outturn. Pried, ChMten DiNt A OAHU
11 I I 1:1: Lele far toll' mm nil taiaiio ol aat. l ary nlohl lor your on.toymen Compote, dlnntri' Irom I) rontilorvlnf
ICE M Wottrtronl ,OUR .'AUTY COUNSELOR wash tMt. mortal ottrlto rttor BUY AT NORTHWEST Item t A M to I A.M.Proo Lyon > AM II t PM
Proaorty .. CIPICTOSYTO '
n. Writ *u Ill A c a nuriory terylca.tut tOWN HOUII RIITAURANT
rtpreienfotlvt hi OolnotvllltII
Ii 1/ _... far tail Horrletta ._ .". Per Gtlmnvllt tin wont. Id JH-4IM not KM i> N c.,,_ far laia' Information ar prttentolitiim .
KIT N ,jiiL.li iAlOUNoauty It you wont e new 1o1 1 GUIDE
Meal ...... Wonted on a ...aiil torn. H you want a weakly tocam .. ENTERTAINMENT IN' THIS ALL ENTERTAINMENT
.. II you can ml t product
Out el Town Property Perm u u.t'o':"*IIM up .......,.... M TV .n" la.dn CALL I7I-HII.
K 14 I. Unlu. Aver militVll mop5/n.s. Call Avon C"u. :
KITTENS at lunlnatt Praparlla* Open nl5Ms 0y app/. w. w/11, 5115w 0501 5000. WrINP0.
Sol IlL _.......11". P1.. N I
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I Income LEARN TO 011' MMIO' M- cal r-* 1.121SERVICE

41 Palms. ft Acr...* OsbutSt. Way N 110..111 Orhxnf ICHM N .,.dal1rboy 1A 50x10 I SiinW nt Ads Get Results

I LUMPS I 4) Colored' Property Mel i TO M ii t i m.SJHrl ._ MtitlKf Air CALLS $5 2 BEDROOM ,
RENTALS I lOp .Cklld CoroXC1LLINT 4 Riiraaraiian tank ONLY

I 4' CeMrtt Property s .....1. CM' .tta Cantrecter .
I nama I M N.I. MahalW Any moke or model wmdawanrai.
M MIRRORS 44 Cttteno tar Rant a11N, ass ,$55001515, alsO
FR 6 112} .
AIM mra aleen hootortPhona $
I 45 Pumltfiod Apn
WOULD L/XS M ura lit cMKanw PR 2-5002
I .. at unturnlihaf Apn. M.. hama. Par "' ,.,........ I

I N _.. Cad 3768060.CHILD PER WI'
. NOTIONS a far Rtnt Pont i by ..... MI015y 000,0 This Week'sSpecial
I Mourn tar Rent Untvm.4t 'rMty .In my hama. N I. latl"1' FUINITURIUPHOLSTERY

...... tor Ram I i
Phono 37 2.3871Ie. SO WHY PAY RENT

o OIOIS H Mob'to MomnII ... .., chiltfrtn hi my notnaPtncta PNW auoirry warkmemhlpcad *
M.... I.nt.IIA'WMtN ... ) yard N I. Itct..... ., .t. I
.. 312.5169."SONAL'ZlO ,_ )72- Ta Sol .... lor .IrXxillunotr GAINESVILLE Northwest Trailer Sales i
P n taanMra Wonted tM ,..,. III lit wtta UPHOLSTERY i
PANTS n Olllca' DuO Spice Prlvott ........ 11' IW M PI,. IM tiflinntl* N.W. Elm at 2702 WALDO RD. N.E. I to /
rot -PK> to la*
........ CHILD' CAST Sonar's ..1_.. av5r0.A At Palm Louis }7'-020S
N tnlnam 0101 .......... prLa.. IIomo. v1. I
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M Redia 4 TV knobs vut in and wt """, RENTALSS Po 15 Appi'once 4 FurnitureWANTAD : /

Apply In poroon olCITI2IN
371-1411 '

T for ::: with..ar Mod,.:'ANK,1 I : FURNITURE

L TOOLS Apply In panon Wornnlourinf __
CI.uifi.d OnlyDEADLINES 14 II III !10. Is' .
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U UKULELESI I II Apply Mumpty WANTED Oumpty ''''. {

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31 ..m. Coy opera boron-....... ;jj'iI" ;;' /I ....N-and; ;;; BRAND NEW :
cane fop dtI_ Nod 1000001. .....,.
V Cool 'n Mar I Im.MAIURI ..
VIOLINS Par ads t* to *i ..... paper. '
it M .,.... lot boo Kuebi help i

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W .... inMinimum. lun. oiuaapt' ft .....rANT -.
WASHERS ( id 4 ton) ; D-----; ; ;? 2 BEDROOM

Ike atofitant lalary hood onoudlf
FAMILY RATES "-.- Ion uai Heal 1 em .

X XYLOPHONES 1 Interim he IMO" _laP. O.PMWWANTfO .
Inertitne .. Be lint. lady Ocr ......; ttoraonco.
can, w1501 Now ..... LMb
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T.taOtt..... camautad bymunwywt WIDEMOBILE
tola HnM a rat* ADVERTISE: IV THE 10'
I Z ZITHERS I Ph.* totter ojorat par Hna
earned. a number af -- SERVICE DIRECTORY

I 10.0.0 II I 1_ adulary ty.. MEN NEEDED

, to 12 NOW f 10

.I I I II lamo II t Unto trtntry typo TO TRAINAS HOMEoNL1' DAYS This sp.cI.I R..d "

lama at 4 lows eroftiary lyN .p "
I ooonna amsml.n 5..550,..
Iy noo* now M Mvearlotr M
rent 24 Point haifwMiiiM accKenft met at-
cur UI.,. You can oam too I. n 5 111M.Ki.I j.
.1.1ay III .... 00(0150. ....
I /ass II I Ilw alMNyYa
rawino IM* Cor PurnHMOp
sell .> mM Pal* ..
MtMy i Po5Nw .....-. N.MINH .510.. Each wo/k
I 36) PI. 05 Tn4 u5 east.N : 1
I Wes 5.00 11- $279500KING
0010 r..Ip ss wlMb I1AML K 1
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fix I II _.... _M, '...1505.. Sul NM will ass INo tabiMho IKTtuy HO Unca od'OATlON wol Alto / will b II.Ld. wttck fPIIt. r

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dial (0.00000 w raw a 515 OuOtssw.Md. 1 MSNN 10 I Wfirt AiPrMM $ cMI
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AT.MP N 1111 150.as.aloplr-gl/ JIIRC1I( yraP CAN TEL PIALt1P 7050101 loll\ O 0 Thg (,IATM. (pal! ON. Nuts/-TNg s11v AND IION'T F01 TOU ANO Ill. J17kEl'A!

JLwt31NOaI. 3Aat 0 5ER7eV PVa M JIP01 Twn Toss 0,130 0,5:11 rAN14Twr..3R Aoo $150516 MEVNC 4 Deal! A.. Alao Alt i EII.II TAtrt TO IIaA 71.4 Mo1ufl wu Nat ...-.!,
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Clean out the Cot' 6' Utility Rooms' Now-'Ick up extra co.1i Parson to person ad/ are for eon commercial' users selling merchandise priced

DAYS 4 UNES $3 .t $100 or less with the selling price stated in the .... No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

1 0 bring quicker action.DIAL. '

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

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10 PETS i SUPPLIES 14 W.trlrn* Pioporlylltuily IS H."... fr $.Ie IS H.M_ IS H..._ fir Solo IS HOUIOI TOT Sol.tlreploco .

BOXER CMn1.. .. hrs. 155, t billy t*. ...._ 5.54.45d.Mln.d D tnveitlne In I U. *. lloel Hen wired for itorio. Irks
AKC :t4'vtr..M 5.51 II _.IId. wall $5-will, cloMti bulll-m IPptloncoi kill* hi mn area 5yAl.ACHUA I.*-G. MO. sown. :17M NW 2111 MACOMA
11.1 .,-. wriMnlonod kit. witdlihwdhor will > M will corAtponoM HOMCi, INC. PI. PR U'M: or PR HIM.THP.II .
FOX TERRIER PUPPIES dlipoul brotklnlb.r. Plo. ram. ... el IMI NW Phone i7e.au .
I wkt .... lit OKhNO | .*. t 551'IlIr11' Mth Tor. or cill 17M150.FIREPLACE. Nom H'nN tP.M.OI=17 ;:::r1Itg .. "": bMrnorn" I down bath, CCILITTLEWOOD HOMES INC.
inn. COIH. J7M744 heri 11141114., pills wcr*. t 372 Z''w 5'7111e1 ,
I 1111 A....... ,.. :tut M w. a PL $3 21.1
PIKINOISI AKC ...111".... Mu Id wnlte,cook ond end bunk "homo. Did 1oc. 1-: Income property _..... coif Mini, iH other 3s.drswn. JJlII A... 'fEFFERSON"Ch.rminsly
IKolerod, II. ..... eld twuRelied >. .- 101. A/ls btch._dMO.. }... Yews 101101 Ills 111151 11151 "... 4 onlti good I billy ful" slr ..... AREA 4 IR. I THE
w........ wr11..1. Srld "..."',. Id C* gwol home on *dI, lot r-":: .5 $111 = 'I;'.. IN. for retired couple home "YOU'LL iUY IT EVER! ATHi. MSI w. ft. Central heat
with Iou"" cor*. ClPK7rt M.y b* "'rcto..... with n,."" t botln. .. lulu.In Call routaImnitment TIMI" tail _I. 111.771 en ,lit.HI kitchen newly. decorated
ottor I:. woi>d.y "hull H ..,'.... Coll tor dotoili, Kit. L.,. corner M IN > your M. In .141 ou,. .It..1d Ir colonial' eo toIdo..
141. Just oulildo City Hmltl on property 04.11 c.I'.J72-m1.' : aut NW mil homo .. tilled with con.vonloncol
808 WHITE QUAIL LAK' GENEVA NW :trIll A... see II. .go We hive TO JAil'I 13111 ..:' lor grocloui eont mporory -

Droned ovolV I 11.1. 5*... 110,151 .11I 550 s I INan. FURNISHEDYOU of land, 11I11..... I A T hale """",."I". Will OCALA ..-. I IR, I bath, ". 11.1... Notice tile woll'
NEW Number Llv, priced oecerdlnf Is.151.1 Mxna-O..b .5517 11:501nl. kulMlngl /builnoii trade bHUIHul weter Iran _....Ift colling _/lid donMica. appointed ..rII...* with
.. euonllty. till m.15 NMI MN c5.nn. 115111.511! otllcel : : home In Moyport ire for you fireMODCRN laundry, kitchen ond pentryttorow
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let. Term fomlh/ room
4 MO'I "''oe"" .. Plorld IM I I!. 1 bills, "5,115 1N ploto. Cnlvorllty Avo., Golneivlllo, 'homo or propertyCuiiom '''' ,_1ft bock ,... handy to till wrvlco on.tronco. .
ALJt1 KIYITONI HIIOHTS Ip t.rn1.11ed 1511. 11,010 down tree! Coll built lor grocloui bud bulll,'Il ,,1CIt... 3742011 or 145INIi T15,5.11 tnre bedroom -
81411k 12 M.W'H' .Mg Per Sol.. Lg. Cor. M w-Loke Oonov vtaw. ond tl415515.. Inctocitkm. NE Lew down poyment ........ Null PlorUo Room with outitomllng' Clint

155 homo I 110"'.. fMnltynd I ..... _oil Pemlly Room, ..tnreebedrooml. locllltln plus two lull tllodbottii
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WHY PAY HINT wnW you cw living rm. .ofl......... Own. $450 DOWN utT-5'In 51 wcollmt J ."'_ ....... Of- HOMI In Wlmborly E.tall md .......,. droolingorn ,
own Ihll olr ond. I BR, '17JT or will' ,.... tow .... ,.,. ".. If you wont 1001 nice I IR. M* down and .. SIC. or. don. .bMUIHul 511011.Mary. i leoutlfully I IM, t baihi lendicapid NITS. "lorootot. Pinenelgtiborhood. In roe malt, Mil*. II
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meollo. home for HO meloo .". I both 'homo with .....,.. ....... anDJN. .Meny custom live foituroi.Undo Call PR 4M47.A hoi formol living room will,
....,... Tr. C,. N. .,. by towering wki.will
ot Ilnln1511)' pkiifamily I
WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD Ihrougnoul then loo "'I. one..oullhil ,._ Mil out.....,. Contact I toporoto
Mwy MI or coll 4imi7. .... rl ntoto broker .. londKooed M. Pr... ... 22IMI ..... Hugh or........, ..... AIlMDormen room with I fireplace
k SPECIAL I ml. N. MolroioHwy. tlge neighborhood. 111.75. PHA. .1505 WNIIS. $ tolot "' ......,. 17M53I RAIl PACKA. end ....."IU' cherry Hmllna.
_. .. .. tl GP. Hfll. homo ipacleu : Tho "L" ihopo ol Iho houMwim
104 5 NT Lot fir .* /11 .;;;I'' / '' IWB car go-
.141I.. | MIN ON Ptyiwf WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD UNIVERSITYREALTY ad otudy merit Iti .n
>..,,11. For eopolnlmont' cl roe ond mr polio will
PR ..-. KM. I PIIOPSITIIS<"' hi. ;:1:1: =C Ti CUSTOM HOME moko 1 dellohtful piece to
p LAKe -Aim.ORW II ,
you I* luxury Mme lee ''I...
'- "* MII_ turn nidi MI COIf fireplace 4401 NW 171* PI.
CLEARANCE SALE GLADYS ponolod lomlly room, country
SEE US TODAY OVER M ocrn of hke f, many I1IS 111.N.J1304I Man II. kllchM with, penlry control. CNARM. COMPORT The Charming
boorlnt. pecen ...... A 115'I fur.niihod W. M. Munro. ....lIorAlloc .1 Ir conditioning cull,," fl.. 4111 PREITI01 Ir.wr .
BUTTSMobile ........ with dock ond .*.. .. I. McLoughlin. AlMClohnt turn too our marvelous MsaMr Is RANCHO GRANDE

will pump Mony .wI.... On Prink Ruby. Rw MCCInry Vlrglnlo, Power .h...... In Wlmborly 1...,.., Ills ,Iro p1c5g5.PIrs55u. ...... I ,.11I.. otudy
LMe font ,.. Lowl, 1 *
12 Mild Hil, WontW Homes Inc. JI" C.Cedar. Inquire ___ c. ley Jr. lull Ann Sloidhom N.W. :Mlh Torr. lull OH NW. 5554151fsmlly 'will, room living room dining
m w. U.I....' :inn A_... 1.115 Mr floor,
oik porguot
I TWO port.llmo lire 55011,r..lap ,, NW 13th St. Key Shores $434 DOWN PN51N Lloyd Myrlck' lulldtrepoelnlment (slltll551, La.IM dropei room IKIWM. 11I,_ WOT"V %
THE TIME work tnwdlil, ..ly. OM part ITU*** 11111 WIms111p
time MMmon to Stilt work hn.medKMIy. at 6th St. find homdiltn from $2250 I bodroom concrete Mock "11511 11141 22.115. 4320 NV 17th. M.
i' CHI Mr. '..... J7I1144 non-watrfront from $1510 oak floor, car port*,
or Interview. being, held it buy loo w for top 'ft. ':: WILD"
IS NOW. J, M. Plow Auto Center, I4M 100ry5yp1. Appro*, CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 MSsel per m...... NO New "PLANNING TO
: :/i ::
OPININO. I. *, .t.1rW w width up M tr Marina} Locations 2-6 Let u' give you an i.tl!-

not _.. Wo hill length.Featuring. IRAND NEW I bodraom "'._ in mot on controcling your
Do You Hov. .perlonc A1r"'t.1. wllllngnoM" to INVEST: focllltldi n..d.d h.,. ry home with oak itrlp floor, N.W. 16th Trrc.JytOffN.W.l .
you. / Morton Hllkreit Wind double. .,,_ largo utility room HOME n.w custom ham
ofImpK tliAyd.Wimberly
knawUdg .
work 1115d
A Room.Apartm.nt ,' rllhmotl *r* required or ft Pork Manor."SERVICE Motel Locations 511 5151 1515414 elm.r II'. CollGdroldorV.Q. McCoy

W"iSmenrtl ""..*' '.* KtplleSlatlon'ond II pNSS MINI M.bll., 111.51111111 INVEST: accommodation REAL Jvl 5.1111 slY AT ::z."mlto, A I Suburban Heights Estates Day FR 6-7290

HnTrniuranco n.do.0)) Llvlnt Room Note, FR 6.501 or
or ere *r* ) Uy4Myrlck..uildrAppolntmoitt,
: /7W DOWN will guy Ihlo Immoeu. Dining' Room
vNII'.. 1 SIS,,. 5. r.ft Drlvi., HAS BUILT DAVID ANDREWS- Ills I bodroom ivk both mooon.ry NW 16th a g) Moitor .odroonvDrtnlnfftoom 6-6S02 .
House to Rent? OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD .horn* 'Incited In In* NW looII }72-5 S9 Offlco' Located tt
YOUNG oulitont mon, high moniMr"hool drfvo..r.1.IM REAL ESTATE t 1o i. er 37th i> Fomlly Room ae Dm N. Moln Itroot ond Jlrd .,.is.
InM TleomiPurt
/hsN,.. WritS P, 511 MOBILE SPACIOUS 1 I51resln. 2141 5.111m.enry I Lmurloui lolti_,
REMEMBER- 0.11I.. 115111. .lIft 'I' X 32' a lutton KIt
IS H._ fw .... Loundry ond Ullllty Room
MMNTuNANC5 _..Ie, ns 35 HOMES '5'NWNNGdImn uN IW11'Il5 MNyItlmM
Icraonod-ln Iwlmmlnfl' PollS
t d>
A rental
vacancy :..= Mpin.M bi.IM.N5., SIIW 5111mrlpir of Out 4 ..j I both homo COMPUTE WT'I: On OXMOtlM, ) WALTER Wtll-OWtU Corpot COMPARE !
LV furnWiod II ..._ C51trIl list 111
ills wits ft dry. buy a
COSTS YOU MORE .llil __If.111-11 5110.1 0115111 411.111 .... Mt i 0141 W. .'..-. Ie1 .P .",..1.,*. Air Conditioning,

oiulpm.nl, "If...1,sndry.... Hie* Idwoloducotlon. .. price*, ..15151r1ti4 ,ISr1. I1115 JnI ... JOHN Inc.
than the ad that hr. encetl.nlcondllloni. oil .. k) control Florid*. 151. Cll ......, will t* will FRED MASON THESE HOME VALUES
1 ).... fMsI bonetlH.lalary We trodo Mr enytning. Free do- corprtlng In L. Pm. MM dmn.Mum Phone 37<
will it! _....,. with ed- Ilvory mllse.rHAILER nwrfgogo of lot mo., Ml.houi MERRILL PHONE YOU BUY
rent cotton ell ..'."'..... Writ r*. MART 5.173.Iw01y111, .. III II 1611I PR 2-1140.FR 2-1112 BEFORE
tumo to lo IOIA Oilneivlllo ..... Hwy. 011III I It d P
enl ,.1.'" ..- VS-1I NIPNm, 1 ...... 5I1os1 05155 REALTOR "We trade Ask About Our SAVE I
Here's what your 11-Hol.Mil.wPoiMl. *. Ills In, nice nelgniw.hood Mulllpl' Lilting' Trodo-lH HOP
CONNOLLY Ig ohody let tl.fnTermf. ,"... PR I-I4H TIll following' oro now under

vacancy COSTS MOTOR ROUT 1ALB1MAII Mobile ""'" ....., I... I 4 I Wilier 11ubb.'lee." '.. M.rc.lI.A.I..Psrd..' .. conitructlM ond will bo nodyfor

/CANRISR. till toko- lutlor W. 11111 oroo Ip151tI.r ....It boaroom mWIe homei. MnyDrlv 17417.11. W. H. I5K51151IISI ... lid moot Tho filwlpIro rooay for occupancy loonlS100
/Ne 7 .
11/51. year Nnil.is. dine trerafirrod mull Mil SPLITtlVIL
or tomolo. Oood oomlngi. n yo* out ...." I mills ....'" I IK. 11.114 urge flv.rm. KIT QUALITY NOME moiit kviWinf ..
hovo tromporlollon ond dHlro with to of Oalnomlll en U. a. 441 ,It, .. lorto .P.. Ider home on comer hit MtalJ1with N.W. 21th Avo.b .
until It Is rented: ran your own bmlmooi 1704JU1 torr_ 511.,. anhlllIlsilI'n'nl. _roll firago Ill wood 4 .., v/i bang nao dn. N.W. 21th Fl.355..2b.5..emtooIll.
111115 C"t'l 1 rJ: Ltc.... II 1511 NW 1111 ANP111. ....., boeutlful oM Iron, torgefonci4.n iii '144 por ..... '
Silt Mr. win ,...-
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.... O"1t ..... 11I-141" WYATT- 1705737 or 1331511.TNRlS Mull ond .Ming 1201 .... N.w.1Ir15I 4120. 4121 N.W. 19th per mOIl"
IF RENT: YOUR LOSSIS .... I!. 111 ,:Jt ,.... b hlmly / ,'_ 1511M TOWERS
onlorg. lot.'Tit
to ...... cormr xOiLLINT Dr.IK lit.... N.W. JMi St. .
WANTID Coupto or oMor mon irrsN/l1170.51515- t UN |.. HI 711
) PER DAY IS: MArS 151111 Sales 51115111 to M5bidl.s.lp.pe.mY1Mn1 .In* floor*, r-r ...' me, I .... t bills wot dn, til?
good'hooNIi mchongofor Trail/er' trol hoot. with 4
In M STII71.7111ssNJSnls
mon ,
rant. IMINT.PMYIICAL CompMiy.o 'I.ry1 W......*. ell with,' wilt." 411'.4127 N.W. t th El 1110515.
W p0. NM .. 11.8 por dpi If ki coder lifted cUnoli, I'* bathewe
THIRAPItTlol lei W Podomokor Mobil H .
lslsIII..151 Dr.IR
IV OWNIN, I '11. I path CCihww. completely. medemliod, with.ki 1 both ....
Dlroctor .
.- ...."1. WrltoIf to AIrN11.slT 171psr
1 .IN) lor m*. .. '1." por doy h.......... II. VtaconftMoopllot. ,_ T..,.... control ..... fc olr con*. 1 In. (Mt Sue yeor withoutdliturblni .....
Borro k W. Johno A... Oe.'''. *.lnt MoMM Horn Sun. k). living rm. 4 dining the kitogrlty of tilt
wp0.my11.11, por gey .u. J.... imlll Ptorldo :ItMl_ Cooler tinco IK one ....11ow woll with eunw ftiprlnkler _11oc1'. lino*. loW *nd m. 211 I. ,. 39th St.IR. Norwood
... > ivilem. Only HkL laelem. Hrllll' oil flrll 5, loll, S .. I ball, ing .... IM
wWtop.M.11WI., Wasted = 42013Ilvd.; ft Ir. high Hh.:n. Prlc.IK.SM hot mule,. i= kitchen Pr 1117
14-11. Ihip Dul" Pow llnonclng *v.ll. PIP ipef.te with 41 cobin.li dryer Hope"H"
Ml pw m*. .. H.|| por dpi Inipocf phone nn'U or 3/} klnnlio RCA Whirlpooldlihweiher -
QUALITYHOMES Mil lob loundori ION N* KM wick bar (tool* ADVANelA'POIIITMINT
.5PW 11151spIALUMAIi. on buyora lot. luoiionlooportunlly. INC. Avoouollllod. .II Included plumbing, wiring, ONLY 'Inc
m*, ., a.,. "pIw Contort Twill ulldoro -
Pront nd back miry I. .
ill new. 117 Univ." Avo.grgo
Oono PtrimKO LitIMonogor 11P H 1HIiif. JIlt 5 JNO wp.M j: 0:a leaOlS. 15R. I "bills. entrance hall ........ ,lore* cemtort.bl. homo for We Tracto Homesor
OT .... f .
PIT 111. .. por dtyMM 271451.PART I"11FINn., 51105. lining, ...... 4 toll beoutlfulPronch / I larseImo... d ... 4
Ills TAMPICO IV' wide ooMrolli 101 511 dlllns .isms 4501 IW 11111W.y. PropertyALL
doon te 3V: llvlnf roomwith .
... per m* ,. P, dip TIME (, ond ..... Lecoted In "...UI.'HA 11001,.. LINK cl_. bolht up porter living 1111roan room f.mll,,

4-lt PM ohouM etm UN Porwood. a.ln.ivlll.. noor U.,.. Cal Ar- lIn/5clnu' wI'ft 511/ town N 1 laundry cKnef hilly Imulotodittlt 111,5111.room oeroonod "*,
IN pr m* .. ..a por lip Must bo MM, ogo 1141. IfCore ....,, ...- $ Win p0.1S.. with, timed ISIS' .Ion Ifceiimgo Hcnen, 31 bolhi dawn porcn comktely OUR HOMII AM
having dllfkultlo m*. Sal, chnMf; CMII. 4 11. t botM .11 re den 5.Own.r _
: NORTHWEST pov olr conditioned .11 OPEN POR YOU TO) IH-
IN PIP me. .. 51.11 por dip : 1101. coll PR 4231116Work billy Mir cor...... CM. Col moving *wy :1'122"-* ,
built/ 'In oopllonceiwoMertuIopportunity
TRAILER SALES J71-1W11 lor .pot N 515 1555 NW .. .III. IS Jonuary JOY IIIINO ANYTIMI If
MI Psf .. NII por rep Wmh/.ile tra wow PHI N eAt ::11Ift TI'?. Mown by oppomtmont ONLV.42S L INCLUDE .. for mvHtmMt rein' roomingHWM ,tor YOU WILL JUIT CALL.
114.5.5.vsnl11 Itreet good
IN POT m*. ., N n por dtyCALL378HI1 Pihn ton_VHM Cs HOUM lok. lento Po 4 ..ooreemo > aolnnvltie PR 41571.BOBBY lecreotlon Ruses $. .... property Lot IP-
HOME NURSING HI II x II 5515.555 MuNlr.,Ik I both*. .'"" .. ."wrbullalngk SwImmlM d"I _lm.llI, 1W IJT-phonoonvorutlon 1123 I f. lilt STRUT
1' WIN tore for *... or' HI' In your r..1, coMltlonlng" out.. w..... ...... L511K...*. I e ArM *fControl a Cmtnl HMLovnory necoiiory fI..,. PR 4-noi or PR e-mp
' : "homo Coll 11"_ or. Lot.fic""" "" Vlllogo.Phono welli control ...... In eiciIMmcondition. a Air I r.cilltle
Dr. C. .. Hook AM.HOUSf L '
9 0.54.Drop
e 511.1.** -
5.11 Allis er.N.m.
n Wk Wetted Mule lief 41 it 1* It. I bodroom hwMtrillor 'US or MrS
Wlnt.r Purl. 1145111. a *y4i S u/htsd Sidsw.lk.
TO PLACE YOUR toll of ....,..* tnditorogo
MAL5 ,.. .1d cl'm.Idlulfor '
Jdtot Troller Port.I I ... IH ben*. H._
SUN RENTAL .,.,_ .,Irsi ,.bb 101.. FOOT "..,., loroo PI*, rm. with fir*. Golno.vill.
bock In
0.1_." .1. Mill ,, Vogobond cempor Irol') '' llr..nd. CUMKipod It -
... 141511.0 ,.. .... Nmp41Ny ItIIII' AHEAD COMMUNITYBY
11t.I' W. Sic : NU': = 510/1. nlsNy' 10 wrv. you In all types
WANT ADS A ,In ciro Oilnoivlllo, lull.BOOKKIIPINO 11111,1.. 111111 Si' Ills! IS M;'"iosrN Iro.IoI"H ''':: of r'''0110. FOR

I' Sshoh. i I......,. I.1.1.Pli111S1.1111INS .17MIOI._ .....)
ond built I... Out.
I ..DW.ITI_ I IR, IN 1."'.. Very low down B fir T Terrazzo
U Mule Hol> WmMdJLMORERSPLASTERERS M lido city. .... new elemon1'ory 2JO U.1 HWY. 441 BUTLER BROTHERS
ClvllNvl45 Tr.lnlng. C-:MoiroM SUttn. ochool ond ohopplnd center. Ply.monli .
1"10' n"T'ON ..rnN ANT. lecrotorlol, C_ Cloiooi 17* mo. IMO NW AIM Company
II. Coll J,..,... IUILDERS
t:. OIllN ul..cJ.I. //.INN'S SwN1w
CoMo:1'1 W. Univ. Avo.PR 12' WIDES sup DIRECT, PROM IUILDI 2(01 Ml Iftk Dr.
--.111o i. l-.. no HIM commllilon. Pored II OIII
Mama modol. TM Nmp I." S PkMrK2- PALM VIEW ESTATES
levy NoMlng Prelect, CMotlond Real Estate. Exam 2 BR under $4,000USE home with encellent (Inencb:*
MII N. W. MtH Avenue. HughIdwordi
I f ft. Apply ., job ill. COURM OUR .
ATTEND PlrM .hwon fro. Inc )74-7/;i._
t A C. ADJUSTER, .11 linn. MII NW till ii. Cell tn-an. RENTAL PURCHASE sup DIP.ICT i PROM" IUILBIK' ,
doilrod out will ten.Inee PLAN
$16,000 PLOW ,
... W.Mile. ** .......... MIN women II M II to triln, lor L"lr Imm.dl.11" 41111 IIIYIMftI r I NdU514. III.511.11.1 cIslmI151M 55,1 :3 NEWMODELS '

foropot.'tenvice CIVIL SERVICI TOTAL COlT Sr VA. 3103 II tilts .
I ITATION ATTINOAMTgpWbu. nomlnotion*. Por kifomMllinKey 0' CONTRACT WILL H LIUtyr. Hugh I......... In* 17l-7t71L DOWN PAYMENT
P.1m. 11. 115N, 5111 5..11 .lilts 1 PNSll N. lln ovolloMg' ManorYou FHA
r.II. Training" lervlco. Ill. W. SEsp -COLONIAL
Ir Alms II., Joduemllio.Hl How Op.. NOTHING DOWN VA
MAN WITH TRUCK for conlncltorvlo DAD AND BRAD LARSEN NIW lit itory 4 bodroom, S both Dolly 10Yllraodt -&
dill...!. MNt M .... N pNsk51w .M SCHOOL LAKI OINIVA homo 'ki N W. $.,.... Con. twit $100 Closing Colt _
=: /. OpPrM M homo fro PMkiot. AmerleonIclwol. TRAILIR IALIIOn ft elr conditioning' built-in kltcn OrdddiWyMiBrMI From
A 0411. 511 P. O Be I444U JUllllP. R,. I". I mile I. I. M en. Ridg>y Comiractkjp. Co,
... ....
45511115.Ugly N PS.alNlsevllM .It". '" ..... KoyiNM Height 174-I04I or inUll.wwtlful cN.IIN 151 .. ,
OI.n wminn 551 Sund.1/ Md bwk I.
22 SfOdttlCOMPLETE kRd1Oe Kirkpotrkk' end PIN. 1- ALL CITY SERVICES
S .. .. ..N. bull.Ms OM Pored of Home ........ C. room.
NI.,. ii ion FOR uu "
: = : ; BOOKKEEPING ....,.. liyim 4 bodraem I P5101esy i__ s.d s.rv
bothi pMwiod 5. rally' nMm ...
t \.: aIS45Mry..liw" N.W.Hum SERVICE 372-5209 RAILROADSIDING compiito" built 'Ic_ MmyO'trM. 51.114117 ..US.pid. Colonial FERN WOOD MANOR ,

..... C MIII_ ... '! borgkl It 111.771 CwsUlasq .55 *si5sS SW. Contemporary
1111.11tlfl 21 turn k.. ... LOT Piwne J71'K7I fcr KfolnnninttO e01Mnl5111
ANT MO ..L I" II.... II
.pSWVMS IAVIrllrid IrIl swnnwrtl.l M .51111 NorIII M
1. .TV"r' M/5ns. v AVIOY TOACTCM Yldlnf.. will oroct KMWIn IW. ROIINSON MIIOHTI 1.151 .... 15511 5,5115 TIN. $12 250 up
Hewirts UrMv. AM WDITN CUL TIVA TO." '1" C1NA.111 t* wit "" .... Ohio HtlMe14 *- city llmitv I .... I bom, ituey ...... ,
H W. 4..1131. tory .- A ...." dniMo corport, fomlly' :: room 7515115. 171.7575 3 ,
SALESMAN bvllt In kitchen. C51ANr ftt
>i fr kmroge NISI ACP.I WOOOIO HOMIIITIIMlnrtei hn olr tend IK.JO*. IIUM $400 DOWN FHA
'- mY bw110SIS. 21 uvosek i 3lppR.. WMl II Town lit **vodreML 4.5n. 151 55. 417. I1115 Tr. '

71'471) 101n1 N"5TOCKMAN. .. 'Oil ULIjtonllnMtV _' ... A'IPM'A.:'D-.r.01l1Y, ....ter.:: 'ud 5.5n115. P5 .114. 11III from $ to $18,200 NOTHING$100 Closing DOWN Cost VA

:=:!m"'Io'fR.R WA teD owerter 11 iMlle Pmy nddliivood. II I w. unh A... qtituAC 3IQhr

," NMf "'w''r!' .F! 175n,1.N Ml. 414.1111.IOOK I ** LOTS h maw/.l tromohieovlllei STEPHEN FOSTERHEIGHTS I 57C'

I twW _-lAVI LATtR. Mr. win' occeoo to Lk I FROM /J PER MONTH
sill ''-' N1Nd ,.... AM*, now conmcud TI MAJI II' ......1'p ooolnolo poiilblo price Ills IMO P.. MM .111I'" Own VA '
/ n1I15es ISM Y : MINI ":: .5? povment on* botonco ol IN for Loc.... II N W. ntft flee Ioth WALK SCHOOLS
s pp Ijy Nipsnod t profrom -t.. com.nt mo. wiN no hiieroii cnoig*. It. NM brick homo .- 1 4 ...... M.*... toSHADOWIAWN I TO
1$15177. M 171'NIW pi SIN. =r IhrougnOcMMr M-IV4 oner I '.M. *n .*>> 51,1110015 P1I m I
1.I. PMX or Ale. .... cokjr .... VA ft PHA Tim ESTATES ($ )

.,. tWIt :Ike'Elt 51111. 0111111 P5 SIll II .. A.01 .. OMvttM Ml In N.W.bKtlw. I. F. D OLIVER 4 IR. Hick Frost Cotontdjl. New finiskluf.'
pI/. ..... .. ,11. lid NW till M. ..... odlocent to city OPPIRIhWIndtvlduol .1

;::: .:: INS, .MII 5154 117541. Sw51r. CpfNl s"ai.... .... SluMs PIT You I Price $15,125. $625 Dew
= 10 PITS SUPPLIES city will AIM Hrg Wt ...,,10 II... in* PINS a m iinCod a Wolf 1155111 11,111 IL4 Start
NW W41N 15.1 lust 1151.5M1N1
07.4 III tTHNI IT IMJIW MiMy mehirM 4 mre.
P011 GALL INu Np,5ry.. D.uII pwnlwl 0_..
.PROFESSIONAL M. ogod I wooto loll notjomer .... 1,155 r.S15itMa4515.
KonMH .,. I. loi n NssN1. Ont.C.N a A --"r .. 1511 be

= : INS. CO. K..mn Metght. 4F.4flg.PRII Y. Q McC" 375115.. NEW proud hmve Won biBrnn en N... .ihAvo. DIRECTIONS: Drive West. .

:.;: SMIMMaIMTM1111 .'="'= I block 4 WII'" ,,/_ I Dtohew hove 0 vwlofv ot Ml for bourn* Olen. ..... kbinection. > 16th A".. T.n '
sit 511111 Ills 11 1olo
"* 50 Fire tece. H.... go* Mgn on Mt.
il 115111 :.r- ,It '..5080J *ft>tKro.Pwdvc PR 1..11. Loft .. 3fth St.
= Anetlol' ** Ing.Reolior ....."... 5515 11111 MISS. I
=:r. N 11 Sap lid. N11d MALI CHIHUAHUA ..40510, I ...... SsIMII. n or 39th Terrece.
AI i ,1oIt'-- II art ... "': 51.41. elll 1IN1. 1111IRIIN 'IH W. Unhr. *l ltl4iMotilvl ..... 511 p1511. 051515 411
Po. "- 'r" building Ion. M W. from port .'11I--- New Brick Hernia i
:.T tm f upp iitt ) w M5.5.W. .... Will to Kfioii Clooehi BUTLERBROTHERS
t/II/ICIaMlAO MAN. wto. OMV Ate reglilerld.Hoik MARY MOCU.ER. REALTOR "Wd CslIsr Unly. hmMloto .. M i

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.... 5.11511. elll 15075 .15 PP.M4H 1.511 1w..sel 'HA, .5 INIS
... ArN7. III P.a1 5 ..... .mont VA lot cud W ... I ft4 OlOi'iim tvlfMl km*. I

11.11504 ... ..... I 14 W......... ......., 34111 ItrIIfo III IW14n1.51............1 PISA 11,4 fro*"A 5711I.il MIwe .. ........ II .

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MM miiiln. price rouge
Ad LAK' SANTA PO ...11..r tllllllCl- IM1Np 51515. I
to ... Con .._
Sun II S FRENCH POODLESn.nilM. high 15,5. 11....$5.5 bmtiM, .5151 ttw 11115., -N1.MS. ..... 4._ B.gd.S.r .III.N. Sales 23d llvd. I BUILDERSDAILY

.. ... Pi }1511. > 11I PINT ft 4t Mrg I I

Get Results = 453 .ImuI. Plo LAke: GlN' A __ wren) rt a .... Mauls OAitrCM end 11th ...... 372-3471 .
; 172-f 545 NIGHT .,. ....
,n. Klttdnt 7 wkt. old 11,1.0011 In CitY INN_MM M roW411.5515.M. itiid>ns PIiI. 375/175 i I IPMM df ...,. ; j

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CCII Slows Sr It''" MIS mowN Travtm ratt I7M Mwn. ,., I .. 1 --.. $5 54551 I adds sad ISIS .... ....- 0101 KIIIOIIiNI "lodd1 '1'Yii' li'OSISI''NI' Iaco ldllun CASS ".10110. uew.i Fhbls
5.51 0555004 aysslissli SI III 051. IQ pat One Ave. 11.111 dOwn punseol. yowP Com by *ur 515 15* 0 taN. 11.555 ITU's 5.1St ipoclMl. '41 Rvnktor AmrkMn ''
S oil trnt sIN I lead Ml 4yMR 4MI MO IM Or *M $m AOWNIF. ... misffilp puyltsisis. III It ... ill NW in Awl. FWfMrly ftrMltt.now Old. II'S 0,.,... pni,. .. 'i) RmMr Anwricm' M*. C'I'' : :Ir'
.1-IL Las -I Neil'S is pusp'S POUlInO'.. Clll 17HOJ_* 55 00 .... tot "'" S ". lion WHOM. RIIMr wIll Fynwill
MOVINO I in I .tovlna .
'11"IfA.1- / .
550 Cml VI-IS1I
(H J* or
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12 MKhl.. 5' IM 0t715 N Mall II.M
01'' 115.1... .
sisal" tot City MM kMft. lltcM' *. MM Mf wIlls klr Con*.. 1.450. 5000 ITU 1151" I GAINESVILLE.AUTO
= 1515 iltallIhIll lowe allIs hO_ 5.rslllolas. Slso r.oalli 5101 NO. bOIlS MINOR tour Las..M but 0 lit IM*I. Only tram OH UflM.Av w*. H'S.S pit. low ...-. I MOV"N__ *, "III :N I.".......'ow MM.cuttln mo" M"'ocl.omjrfilM .... e.71_... 3)1 N' SIts ... I MW llrao. HMlori U'i. SALES i I

1511 050 "= MWM 55095515. J7W NW tFl ... ,...-. L.... A.I nMIIUn." MM Nl I IOfiv lisle ONI ktrotoM Clrculolln" IMC I Fk Mr. ,..... FR _'. *.fM7I 1007 N. Ml.
: N ew ncy. lTtlwi M I Iov :: FMn 371.1111.JWK TlTr IHkj'urr, *. FN mil Motor *n* on* l-kwmor .... or FR ..n 4.WU St.
w .. Motor. Pnma FR 2. FIMM FR t-ni cCsy $olIdsnSdo Coil FR frIll it\t, PONTIAC UMM W 11.155 nykottory I
571755* W. UntvAv dbaussObIC. 'bader. 111.1 1015$ Northcantral Florida i I
64 """h.l. CM* .1
LASSITER 5111510 J7HOII DUO-THI. Motor wltk' Mowor I I FroclkMlv Mw HrM. ..-vIIndtpendtn I
LOTS slId -.11I-- Good c.o*, ..'. cut in-mi. orMO I
NEW Nvmk, S as's 511551.1.1 III IsiyIr. 'UNCH.Mlktora 'o.I"loI Donlih llyl che3Oio7....._ mm $ Im conwlln 55 I .i till NW nm u D..Ij

372-8404 M toll *t IM rltl *..Ie.. I Call Sod .,'''. boMCIM MMtlUt -.... FMno 3711507.15V15V7N15140 52 MERCURY ---- -

A REALTY IIAUTI'UL .0,0 In.... ,....." 37?liSt OWICM Floss 5151150. IOMO .>'" OISCOUNIID7Iron HeIIS0. .,. -
8-1411. ball oN'". Mittou mum*. nw lola M4 .n* rM.", C.II 371-.3
5005100.lisre b.ln.ws.lpi.loas Iws slid boIls gracIous l.wsn 41.1 COLOIID RENTAL Micrwr tut bowl wi, .m (Hwrmmi. Ion'" Flotinrm rackm IIIHFJocllnorl .

CIJTINCTIOMto I. shuns III sIlls 101510, lInli 50151. 5lm. .... NMrty Nu Pvmltur* 1,1411 chotl If *raw 17 A..tw >*kitoi W.",.*
boat "". NlCJkSatlIV, Minto MUM .iT$ .N* M NW Wl Av*. PIMntMOVLVWOOO an 11411 FraoMllvoryWILLIAMI .
molons 5015 55,5011.
1101." p.atIsl' 110,11, InventoryReduction
... 37.... IIF.VICI CINTI"
K.. 3T Ulvlntf' m WIth" il5.i. s.erl.uid m..Sunbidraol. ills Ave. wIM IOWa Only lIS'
51551 0.11 1. _Ie _. I.. cit qanm loll,,vt-imT' ***" 01751050.Cell MtWt kM W4lK CM Mow_ a*, .>miiMARTIN WANTrn--

511. WsSws.d 1.11555w..I Mt to Fortoct _,. Olsnmoos usWIs 101 .tI'- *oi lloor Ivmoc wIlls CWM sail cora Pay Iso
'.. .._.. 1 t*, I .."'.. Utr. NIl" LilTING on* OKOUont vol.Hrapioc NOW RENT ING lit" NaSal 515.51011 5m51 wIll Ill Mtoly .llo I"|M' only m Wins II lok Atfoml FR ft
. SlideS UN a hmlly room. WallIs .... ..... lorqa ilvinI" SilisI .'11I CII.,,.. $31. 37.,39. M*. Coot Sill now, will Mil' Ion r,1t.'OM Nl soils FU City
,. will cwM ttinuflMut. DMlilkilly *. ..lri .iwt* kKcMn COIORIO ymo mMirn I IR duo ; lllALl--W'ni"' 100 M 04344.NIW .
prkM II IM.OM. CJ7H5JI. mIlls' kroMtlott *... *n* crn 5150 --... imps uloWi' old di.lr, rMtakMryt -
IIV Ie 51.1 f..... 01.15.1 las 1115105, 1,51. IllodIrl lltdblm, wills WMll Mut sIIp..sv.irid I I 14 dowSing, trailer' Ion Volut R t d
110. baCh ImSmid ton. loreo itor*** limn wrrhM CMIr hIt III *o on*. Ml* rOOMMMo Wi CMIIOctMr
FINLIV ARIA ThIs. Mllty" Over UM Muora toM ., ftoora. III* 11*.. IFK MotMM CALL 375.105PNIIOAIiI JOWM ltk"I 0.....". Foir.konm. .

hulls RKM nn (in* (60111yM 0.1lbAn5 Hying" *ra* In mioM. bo* .. 5l11 hot Valor Will,. SusHi NSPSIGiNATOO' Used Can

,I .., eowM want ki a11.0w ,... .115 .bill 0nI" tor WMMMJ maL, on* cv. .... 4 im. ld. UN wild IUMWIM. ." MUIT IILL. .toovlna Ocl U. Col*.
d Lem555. .. -... 5115511.hod's. llxm.M win -._ down OM* Mroon. IM M tie. loll ON VUCTTAa Mot o'r' MM 14 M* ITU M. BIG MOTOR CO.
Q 5111? owaM.Chso MymMit to I _lllo* .,yo 7,. or sal tor xnmtmint V* MW Cot UM, Mil 11* Mil SALE
'. I *a.AnhII Flier p1.. OTSur 3755375. ArrlUNCISf Nl Uth Tor 171.... CaIll5.e 0'.11.
locoplIoomitp heaclIful, Oradllso.ml IF Y0Jn. now to 0 ranlol MI* 051 Guanoslouda 2001 NW lib St.
. LIololsssm" .,'. tIrelIscI will soil i Mm mwi* 51'. ".." 44 Ota.. la. .. S1555...... sr.s115- N .I
. H..u I' kuLEX 15 Haw** far 9.9.J1WllhiIr1dllIoil _....,.... "'C.D ICLOW M Ills yr 11I..* to Iii mil *MIM tram Uf IS 70 ...'.Man.. la.!., '
CUI liNT M""KIT POi 50)1CCSALE. -'Int SI.... -- 50 IK,'"MrnlinMl.' N* tlngH. ..'_ 'i WloMrl from II* 59 Buick
I. -P4W. SECTION "t. )*n* 55.041155" _..... Call MM MUM In Clock Acr** I.. It _... bat .... Cold *5111 Dryir* trnIl510I fOil IAII 14-n Ouo$1$1b"eoiC I
. DIRN. Mil 1 hid,..,, win.mm Ko..* lid MMr i toturai. *- 11.1521. _c. -, ihvj" *r**, fom One_ to riot 55 ISS CIt eso.so ,_,....... 55011 III IsS pill. koot. tralwr m* Mot.mrtlnt POOLECABLEMOTORS II
.itorot m* Orkorti.M Only I Mr not laws Ill II" wi cr ..._ urvCY J. W. NIsiipaSm',$ DluIlwailsns ""..,, Ill u. .ioM_. All In ...... door 1IeIan.I
" rush FvtonllM $IrtJO wklMHir asIsimum" 0.511. Cull. :3714117 Is SLACK AC..I.a.. ..5dl,515d11.o is- SlId already ..so.osasll ,- ]l_N,_M.ln It. Oil 71 : M TV IsIs ,,-us.. .ton con*, lotriflt Sir *nly ,
. xckna tor craM 005 St 011 NalvOlasI 7ttI Tur.Y'51. -. Loam I 51 I 01111 Is CIty' -... OssI.V JIM VOYlll AFFUANCI' CO MH. CHI OJI.ISIIn .
I LM JocUon myllm wit* ,.... LR.OR. leNIN .ttM .... WIN centl_ yeu 45 Fiiahhsd Aplu.IN 0" NW ills A.. Pn. 17.13 DODGI-OAtT $795

aSIANS av OWNIR I IR I ...... CCI ,.rti> p.idI.d ft mlroom I I 7 "..... IlsowlI 1tIP II.nhnIrl. DISCOUNT Office EaylFmnNII5 TRUCKS I
Insist Tow Unity .. imltaiii diolc Mr tr .. WALDO Iasal1lopunhi.nSL
Mm*. Lot '1" Now ,.. "" '
lens Mint, TraM ft III""'" Now CvSlvS. .. pslsil.iui "'_ Ows.I I'" 1.51 cn.sspl.Is b15005, slId A PI.ACT'Td"IYr Din't II* II tit Ay*. J7IodII
C51ucls.o slId now ilISsOlol 055.tsr. >n>KM M Mil tanw J.... J.W.KIRKPATRICK. ""'. "....... aH .1111I_ 500. PRICES ulOuIIiri.sIaSnaltlOlPni. '
PARRISHPRESENTS .. Walk to LlttlwM WMK C>N in-ini. 5111.. Fl. las.IIa&LOVILY Wt undrMll 'y.rybody.HENDR'X turaCnMr I Mrk Coil or VM5U.OFFICI ot loott. I dIal. WIlls 63 Olds

Wand cMll' Im Mrvk Sir! FOUR RtOROOMI lot FhiHyt ..... __ mlr.c.ol. aN PAUII'$ COMPLITU
.11. So,?.. .. PHI.. CsnnIcos. ... ....- lycm ..." .,,,. RMltarIt ,....1'r.: : FURNITURE CO OUTFITTIRIn 1.5.11. Minis. lIn.sSChsSbsclud.o ;
N. M." fwM VIdel!
insurasc & tao... Il J7nm.MM It Call PS 1.1171.IPP1CIINCY Mw im AV.. n loin it. I t*.. MSsdiVd W15 power Including air con.dIlClnl"O. -
NW SaIl $5., Plane P5 1.0113. Ploys MllMMOT Iran Rum*11 vIol rairiavTivi, "' 51151115. 505111154 .. now tlrti viiy
1IW LIITINO. MinuS" MW I W. DOWN I. _.. 171 Mr .... APAiIMNS1OI.' 1St CHAN. Mr Nb fantasticBargainsI 5* im.MILTON.
room. I kMH. CMitrHhf MM** $325 pluS, ,.... t IM. H y..i un .<.*. Leach OFl" KlrtlMi A, W. HMC* USM Il GrIlls, 510.55. Pisaisi 111410. PsIssa 3711110. titan
IN X Ma m Wish,,. I .11 SLACK TIUL.M"TCNING .
torao tot My nx POW Ioc011.sI NVI SOFA. MOTORS
ii.,.,... lulit-dt Kllthon silt". (111(1..... ovoryW' _' hmw tlkHnM, M .mcwtimi LAROI, *n* kKrMm. ....'Ian! ... C"'II.' I 5e0 50.Ms. .
prolly .1. 011.1.1 lot aIsle .islISododoall. calMs" CWFK 0,10. piasl7 I'.riMMK .. I I...,., 605151 llW. Ml Ml N. MAIN IT. FR I-"n S3095
'HI MOUII YOU H..VI. Sill $46.50 Mo. Sails. A .... *. Ml.,utll. turn. I II OcFR ....71...

WASTING FOb I Nd.- Ibills. chill ......... IIMN. OH VIJ1I. MMetas. !
IIvlnq ?50555 115150' realS. (111('_ ...... '..) you ASKED[ Fob .NT I .11. .rt'1y' TWO kw list ""'- .
Suit hi 10.11.5.. Sisal? P1W.II. 5101151 hi sslidselI I. .11.1.1151 Hit *nlraHi VI co"". '
film paIN SrI _.,., Owl 726 NW 34th PI. INCOMI I SUSINEIIOPPOITUNITIII mmoI.I 0551 224 NE Uih S,. BARKLEY Rambler:
...* control aIr" wndMHiningWolklflf 17. 105,011 "Iet 5551555 WI Slav.
*lit.K* to llltiowcwl' I ....,_ NIl 11_ shaded Ash as 11151 115.05. : tlock II Frlro to ... TKlvinloM .... 4-Doar il llon woo":11

MuM ii M MM K k* IMKKIINIMAMM tUtonTFMM. m--: IF IT'I RIAL IITATI CALL fOR ITI! 41 UnrnmlilMd ABK I 56 MI... Fw Sal.POSMICA !" Ivy lODronlIoni ol Mill It'_MMrtunHy..* mIld _I. MOTORS cyl, itandard tranimiuiati, ,

Warni? VI. 500101111'Owes Iib ccu e0)PLII&lc55a.IVo. ,.,. w'ow-bidda; ,.....,. lIlIes mKMnM. cMckwrltirl xcllltnl IrvntportatlOfl. :

MANOR MM. 4 M+ : IllS N. Mom, It 378-1521 5515 ...,...,.... 550 -......... II; "Mill lokM ctlttIM' Man, utk ratlltori CMrulM.r "IN THI AUTO OAMElARKLIYt -
r.s.. I HIll ....* MIDI, cen 4155 .. InS' Goad 1051.II. Mnotvlllo Auto To* Illsp *. lilt .coMMIt *tc. TWHtotck NAME"
WaS lINt,.. Mid air CMWllHn.In McKINNEY ... Out ......... 171 .1.1. Cal QuwiNy" ........tory .011... now, rakollt lId seal FMCMMItoplM THE $795
i Uty fiscal rwr yor* Myriw LMtHtr. ink., 371.11 tANS JUICI St loW Sle.WI 2201 N. Mol Si.H .
mStM MM My iris tor dill- w.,. I. (RIM' ) HwrH. AlMCllM 5 Mo. At mill, T! note |il, DoltvmA wvhil' ill Oflal 50 sIlIca 2.4171
NICR I '". MMlfr IR 1If
'ran, CMiwitont. M tcHoOi.i GREENDEATON I t.. I.LIlHnt MM.MOMtm $$65 IXTRA I KIKKM 15151411. AvM, .MwyMI.,. _Cal MI MowlMrnoUIIO MM, Tom. ..,?. FULLY, **ailARANTIIOraMllton.. MOIT RIAIONAILI mmm '63111ck' :

Ibis Oct. It. ON f R tmr' Mtor -
toot ilk* I ..*_ tanwi pie. IIALTOSISACRIFICE I. IJIL -... ......, UM on* v*, Phi CHICO PSOCTOCTOb o.am fOR THE CORRECT)
ii l. MlU WtAlrlfMMnc" 5.J. FORDYCEREALTOR MM MrlnM. U ul motlrawM.NATURAL NW lit II. Sptclol, Vlion
J. Philip. lid ipiyuslSsl IsUnlvuI5y PRICE 47 Hojiaa far IM* fam.F $1 101 11051. u5105 ir ahiirs, II"to' PI 1.1511 II' Pb 50151i1ITOH TIME iranimlulon' hoo'.. wIld

ii P55.11.. Attract)** Mm wIlls II. I ....... 2 & 3 bodreaffis : 0. 'fHOUsr .1.0105 ........ "
I ,...,.. ...... hailS In no*. aol anHqusiL FR 2.1411 blua.1
LOVILV. .ACRII WOOOIO LOTI von In Nortnwnt ....... ..to* *n AnoN R*. -.... tr Pm 1-4170 .111./... USd57550.1. Oil"515.1.J7M7M 5.*...
in Micolionl lW kcitlMi. F.O.ivo 1 Mutt b* sill, ulckly Oil FRIJ4I7. HIM wk (rator IIPI..,. Avtvmn Mil* N,,- Sr I PM, CourlotvOtU $1795
strSct.d, itraM. 10 fWRANCHITTI Ills mM MM*. OMIM Mil col-
lid v," OPEN HOUSE TWO hsIrisuSs S5lIiltIsd sr bar. VoIle UM willis ten 71 Mutual MankiDdka. Jv r ltT OamlitN.
3.5 ACRES 5 Gorogti & corportlPloitfrtd IM Frank Dlckt. 410 NW '13111 "L Pb I'II. Mali ... or Utk A...
homotltofc_lot.I.... L 0.. Jut IM MMl ants In Nwmwnt hClltan Com sos ml* I tr.' t kM nm* wolli Ill *r JM ........ Ornf* tk. ---awDi PIANO '
Fr Cased* lmtoly" Itowborry II Km RM*. Just* tor a Moutlnjl _",.... In SImoN ACIM, .. m.. 0 I IFt s. 5 Formica' cabinet ,....... DUO-TH iM'H'AT.'wm:; Why buy 5 wool aran MlMfIMnrator mmmmmTROPICAL 62 Ckevrobt

IM *own. I years HI. Mlonc. ty *f Iran mod orlvacy Now .. R. ,..,. Mvtthri 0 u FAN li... .,.., ... .. 115 NW 'uv a 155051 "MI'"
town-Jwt MiHMl IMJCIty Llm.It ?"Ct tortj.. WMM tot TIlls S Buill-tt kltchtntTtrraiio 41 HOWMI lor .... Uaram.MmM 7ttI Tar... 5. clii" 374017. Milnl frn* 4.Doft nation wagon, 19paiMngir
III aol .s I pansl 0.1-PrIrl Iboma 1111.511 wIlls ,11w 5 floari wIlls molcMn knck tor MCM4C 1
...11"1< lrw til.... mn KMFR D. F *M) n* *ull 'ta*. WIll WI Suol MnSrSI ulllidbldlil FOR IALI M.OM ITU Cow.CM 10511 N 5110SIIOLSY power itaarim
M.M.PARRISH propirly hilore Vow hop Call *> *Mn tram J-l fctocl tun.My. S Barf vonitici tNt _,. I kr ssl I ..,. sbus tit ........ 10.10.1 MUSIC co. 11 I r csouIIill: '. radio,
13617.LITTLEWOOD. Oct. M. )1M W. u.,.. Av*. S All city utlhtliiSidtwalki Fryc ft ._'...*, Inc.RoMtor ..._ *r IM ol nil Nl4m .1.11" IIliOOhsi Cells? PONTIAC itatir wild whita,
5 TM. slIer IM FM. lit 0101 !

A .51'. 1 bali IlamI wIlls, LARO mtssual !M W-.OnlyOli : :.-. ___!,.'IHAVAILA.L. ODDS AND ENDS WILL' 55.0111 IS 01055001111 .ty 102 H.W. HO Ayi.n .
711105. I Ills, .Mm k MI .MM JIll II. ,115155" n1515 11015. 500111111 II IKINNIF- TRIAIURI CHT of tow MMM IT MMM 1.1511 { $1895 :
.AHOCIATII. 'Inc. dust Si lilt p115. lilillIp ". .19105151. $11,250.$12,550 '55. 1511 lInlnrSlO. FAIfUANM' ..*'. r:torn* Ftek' v* o*>monn: wur.
KMMTlR :: Ni
<. Wyn Mill HIM. Grubs I Roll T.. dIsposal bill : lltahm, 1.11 i imny 5.51.541. .. Poi IALI i o.iii iMII.rn lirnr IMnM Fton*. koekMM .
run floor* Control, Mil I M,., Toy"".,. VMtt **ylr $ WurltlMT OrfMI will
;;*rlyn FMr It Nl,",., linwtTM Mary FirrlM yr. .... Mud ....... ......._ toMl li*tMT M a fMhjfM.tort N.Tnll W. IMoil spIll. Ado .$ sear "0tHIa-1'_ 5. OT-MH *vt"H. *.. tM. MMIIM. ussod A -..... sIaN VI ,.,. '
11.017 Sol 0Iftr.lOO P....... FR 6.5112 58 MGAIiftr ;
h..l. Tilt OOl n" lift 15101slId kiv 11 pint* tT fit
.... J71J37J ., Fryc 31.'_ I i-I'"*kMM m NW M '
mint mi ",lei now 0. ....."'. iirsi'ueo .: HHMT MrTTIff : i'.i IAl I FIANO CO,
lion IIW Mr m*
.,... On M FHAfmnu Av*. IraOMtl ,
dodd to_ FSIIPLACIII ...,. ION W. U.... Av*. FMMman. *n4 '"H_'" RwK MUni anad, radio, dtotjr,
InvMHOoto. mil" *n*> I Imps Point rem .,. ".. isos 5.7501 SlId r.01711 >INTf FI Ma 11501 oopMii 01 Z solid red
arty helen_ yao lop Act 55.1-. .... I N.. I .III II? 0.1. $$1 cash VA Ire pIes and .4.15 II am 51 1.5.14 110511 10151 01510. ., 0
This ta.nsl wool hI lilt mu, '''1oIIInI MM cent -'. lr.* lW-TWO IIOROOM FRAUD 55. ..._. III MII.II', Sew.Ill. MM AIM MMIMT truck too 15
AMBy 105. .I.... C"I PI 13617.ASSOCIATES kltcnn ...! "...,.. ...... mM. NOUIR I mliM'' siP ArcMr R*. No.511w ......... III w, mot* lino loclory sNailS lonM $795
ft w ...*. ... hi FmimrM WHI rant 5 r Mil. FR 17NIII.iit1 *. AV*. inim.M I fully ": InnIoul toMyW .
TIM M wry Slid iMm N W M In. ,- : MAIM.' V.ryd..ood.bluiiij = yM.to vnit M tor MlOR MILLER.flOWN. _

J. Fra Ouy ..: luttmnrmOl OH F.ryc* 371.530.FORDYCE P00.5 sale N I. II T... IIM.H 051,1515.1 .,.._It,.. .IIIT pswimo.10.'nsids. AlIs" IPICIAL

( Demand) J. W Gods, J. WllllWraMultlpH MAAY MOELLER REALTOR to VM Ion Mtor ovor IIM CM I lILLIAN'S MUSIC' SiCiS ..._..

Lilting- $m cash f FAHUGH till W Unnwnlty, Av*. 1......... ___ Ill $5 Ill 55sI loss I. U..,. s.o.sPb Chevrolet
PS 44475 LAHOl'OUO-TMIIM.: : MM ITUrwMr SAIl load CMIMI Flono ... 54
FREDARNOLD S Anwlctoi. Inc. Soil 05.1. Slowar 55515 wl nlc*. Wo lull rarMvM uoell.
....... ... -
Orcc Fwtfyct, RtMtor fat Pius *r too* of seed WM soups 51
Nvmw OIIDMVIII. I 41 hems OIL nt NW Mm Av., (rantmlill, .;:
AIHCKIMMulllru not Irom IO.IM. MOM ywr '
WITH Hotesy SANS Dolloy. ........ NICILv PUINIINID 111>01III .- 11051.500 Mfr IMy *rf Mon clutch bad.
0 t. .., 0101. 1111Fries. seal Usd5. ,.. "p'fXFF ZIG ZAG *. Torml tor Ml 'AINI
All brick front! ... tlsu.1S. Oars 015110. toTkuikiMimMi *r frM (MM"I van MUSIC ciNtlR im 55.UnIv. 2.Un"M '
R.ol plaster wall llillivj 5.a15.r, IWJWl H. 371.iINI. litollonl .101. MMM button. ..... 371101'. 120itandord

Tfrraizo floors REALTORNEW IM w umv. EDWARDS IOIOOM- on* F IVII-. k_III Out Has:t."Cv. monoofornt Mttom, Mmt.to.IW UPRIGHT' PIANO 00

Formica cablnaK MMura M'Mn, urMrt. B* w*. mono *N wimwt, oll..HmMMi.Flymontl Gild wrawio". Ml. CMI. PI 5'
Sodded lowm J7HJJ4M ill I. *M ..... ,.... >. ir '" SlId 500. Islssius. Ill It tPllal5alIPMAulomotivi IMI" Cervifr
Air" conditioning' IIIJM buys 5 Ira* tAMM MlIM a MId' ROOMI e_.... iMlto *rMutto. bwtaf. MKMM, CIa III WUnlv ...._...
tot with a 1 Ma Mm Silo .Mill OH Itra* MralmAntonn .
AM inHttoon"Tolrtiron I "
Mm to *>..._ _II..... PitA 2909 NE 15th St. turn HI II In* POH Met" C.. 700" 2 liner: cuplIlafldlnd
$16,350 tonKi .. (...II. hays Oil LITTLIWOOO I7MMI RADIO tor VW SlIM. IIIAII' Iranimlulo' rp.
$18,075 loam ...... .AIM I ..,. I hoW > l*. MW 176.7971 UF.NIIHIO ROOMl M u.... 11W Ml (oolr rlo5v01 WATIR insIst. 511'HlTe 55: II MatonyiMi. ......,. ,. .... Ala, hiotir

9ond4BtdroomAnodltHUGH C I. tor** tot. mony kullt' k tram e__ IM Ivy" M A... .
HILLSIDE HOUSEC toMvrM Soil 121,004 Cal M.IM ftor I ,._ MMMMr -III.-10.1050- Ones ItUHM"N EASLUIs1I
nwr M .ltllnct....'" ityM. Ml!. AIR-CONDITIONER ontrar. only m* mi... I HF 895
II .. ..... WtntatlFranr
claw to MIMMI. Lvly usd5.M5 ACRIW ,... ITUI ill nit MlAMIRILIA motor WIll _trle.. lId mMwM
HJ wiffi .......... -lIP 55105CMatneI fravn slId ttomRv Mm '0 .U..I, It r- 5111. Call 311.1101. Hirtln*. .> lMlly ootf MM CompltttStock
cash VA MI."OW .""". 0. 15 510.1 51555. will lorrilW ': UN set I
aol aIr tsSlisl15Isa. fcNMt hI .
$ heel P. 0. worn* MkRMM
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