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I f. jRed Oqss Spent $800 'Giving ,Aid Hurricane, I Easy Way to KiN Ruches and Ants

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; : of the Alachua hit UK county/ the. United Fund. much we could have asked for.'" school bus driven and a group I chapter during, 1963.
I 'I Chapter of the American Red : Don Mason chairman of the For.:the fiscal year ending In I Mason said the rat of the ,from,the city,utilities'.pluLI ':Only full.time employee hers
Grossr.aIIOtber, local agencykeWftlng chapter,'said 11911'$100 in food June, the Alachua Red Cross: $10,230< |Is for administrative epeases > I ''The Grey Ladie8'are trained III Mrs..Mary MedUo;executive
f from United Fund, and clothing wu distributed to received $10,230 to rank third. and financing: three main to work In 'hospitals and in the secretary and home service di
waPn run gear; when 'hurry needy, persons feere..Maklng the I among county agencies aided programs first aid, water Sunland Training Center., rector. Mrs. Medlin Is on caD
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== of this amount, $4,803.50, was
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sent to the national Red Crossas Mason said about 75 persons families In the area.
part of a "national disaster chapter aim runs Rid
I amlly Finds, New Home; fund." This percentage Is sent Cross activities In'the western

: yearly. half of Levy County, but Levy LIFE TIMEMUFFLERS
; United Fund :Dollars Help Local chapters can call on the work Is financed separatey .
national pool for disaster! relief I through severs hundred dollars ,

1 r3B*>man, Us wUe,.'and'chUdren'llved, :,tola: 'bouse,.rented, money, From It came the fJOO. per year collected in special rrTh..k
have TRANSFERAILI
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'-'the man wu self employed workings a salesman NO-ROACH Simply brush Joh.ltonOsNoRoacb
J ) "To support nil family. n' t BADANYWAY perIODS benefited from water I In cabinet to control cockroaches, on Bills to
>The hurricane came; .bringing with it 'wind and rain, and safety and lint aid Instructionhere stop ant Colorless, odorless coating stays effective foe
ijheCJake flooded.: The swelling waters almost completely l cov during the 1M3 fiscal GAS WEL month.. No need to move dishes. Harmlesa to pets
::2re the man's bouse.. year. The programs were run "emember No-Roach means no,roachea.AVAILAIU .
:JTrJh* man was not rlchi: 'The Alachua County Red Crass it p- continuously throughout the
NEWTON, Kan. (AP) Geneva year.
:::M In. Schertz,'clerk In I 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 172.1419 WINN'DiXIE'STOID
'Hmey gave him' food and ,clothing.'They'gave him gas forWcsr. a natural Several groups were given ,AT ALL
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InHistory the cuitozDcr U.wts from' the
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J'Im: ASSOCIATED PRESS Colonies, pledging not to Import
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f, y b Tuesday, Oct 20, the 'goods; from England or bill declared ucllen.a he._ picked_ /up the +, h Nw
9tBi day of MM. There are 72 tea,' coffee,' or ,molasses i'ft t from
," deft I In the year. her I colonies: -
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ajttay'i' highlight' Ina history:' In Mil,'a defeated Germany VOTE)
R+ lOt this data la W4i Gen.mfJas Ie CI d e d'tG US. President
HAYDONBURNS
MicArthur returned tobWppIne. Woodrow Wilson's demands and
( .. Two 'and recalled her .U-boats from the
before, he left bis b4cneh.lXJean 4tl.ntte'shipping lanes.In .
1 laaiiered forces 'by direct atWaf UM, the British liner
President Roosevelt; goHEtt Valerian sank in a storm near
Australia to organfai the Bermuda with ;the !loss of M .
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''I I this date ,.In ;MS, Gen. Dwight D, Eisenhower ALL-FLORIDA
\, SSRTM, M members 'of'1hsJJiittiental recommended destruction '
( Congress,\,formed o( I. G.FarbegIndua-{ ..GOVERNORX
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By DICK COUCH: Arkansas 14-13 upset of top- received five('first-place votes eyes and Crimson Tide still are Louisiana! State Syracuse, year ago at Tuscaloosa Ala The Top Ten with fin place
.Associated Press Sports Writer' ranked Texas pushed the Buckeyes Notre Dame:aad fourth-ranked (Florida alas. II sang the unbeaten Florida and Florida State complete Syracuse should nave its hands I votes In parentheses IIIcI total

Baseball managers aren't the Into first place In The Associated Arkansas two each. leaden to the United Press Mississippi, No. lathe original the top ten. The Gators, fun at once-beaten Oregon points: '
latenanNMl
Press weekly poll today pod ranking I who routed South Carolina 374. Stat,. Wisconsin, fresh from a
only ones tiding an on-merry 1Mb this week ballotmg has slipped from 1. Ohio Slate 447
after (35)
Four la Row betogatmth the '
)
and dropped the Longhorns are only newcomers, replacing 31-21 upset of Iowa. Invades
this all The
go-romd nation'scollege
football to sixth. The Irish made It four In a : last week. Florida contention along with Oklahoma Michigan Jlvictim of Columbus/ Ohio for a Big Ten 2. Notre Dame ((2) 110
powers have State Is llth to the UPI list, Illinois Auburn, Navy and Puraue. LSU beat Buck- 3. Alabama (5) 36S
ben k playing musical chain The Buckeyes No. I a week row'by blanking UCLA 244,and Kentucky shot at the front-running ( '
le.vIllC'tile Gators. a cttck Washington. 7; Syracuse topped Penn State eyes. 4. Arkansas ((2)) ID7
since the season's opening whistle ago drew 35 of M first-place Alabama trimmed Tennessee
ahead ., the Seminoles this M-H and the Seminoles edged Notre Dame-Stanford. Arkan S. Nebraska 130I.
Texas Its unbeaten string
with Ohio State the latest to votes In the balloting ol writers 194 for victory No. S. '
week m both b the DuaTel: snapped at U by the Georgia 17-11 sa.-Wichita. Nebraska-Colora Texas 1"
claim a precarious perch atop and broadcasters for commanding games
Of the tea teams to theAP's
the shambles./ lead over f.aakII1nelNotre top ratings, however, FSU Is third rugged Razorbacks, fell a notch Florida visits Alabama InSaturday' do Texas-Rice LSU-Tennessee 7. louisiana State 174
pre-oeason poll only four attraction. The i and Florida State-Virginia Tech R Syracuse 123
behind fifth-ranked Nebraska top
Dame. Ohio State netted I
Ohio State's fourth straight aid the Caters fifth).
victory a 174 shutout of South 447 points to 3M for the nmner- Ohio State Alabama Texas which walloped Kansas State Caters surprised) their Southeastern 1 are the other pairings involvingthe t. Florida 12
and the Buck- Conference rivals 104 a top ten clubs. 10. Florida state 14
enl California coupled with up Irish. Third-ranked Alabama and Syracuse remain on the.select list only 470.



I. WHEN GATORS PLAY !BAMAJoeNamdth The Week That Is





WillBe ThereAlabama's For UF Gridders



No. 1 quarterback Joe Namsth, win start for f, 7. Alabama first down on Vol Mleld goal good. ByJOEHALBERSTONSa prises but want 'Bama to thlnl. i more offensive punch this sea
the Tide Saturday against Florida's Gators. Of course you'd expect a Tennessee-partisan paper to Editor there are some upcoming. son than In many put campaigns
You see, he played In the fourth quarter' against Ten- say nice things about the Vote ., Sports 3. The Gators Just.want to be with quarterback Joe
Tosses last week. He bad to. The Vola were down only 1M, 'This to the week that Is BFlorida. t t atone like Garbo. Namath's passes as the reason.
got to Alabama's 17 but couldn't make It with a chance to tie. How Tide Follower Saw 'It Actually It's really no surprise Two Tide players were hurt
Then harried Tide coach Paul (Bear) Bryant sent in Na. But Birmingham Is a 'Bama town. And News sportswriter Coach Ray Graves has close I that secrecy shrouds the against Tennessee. Kickoff specialist
'math to run the Crimson offense' in a ball-control/ pattern All Van Hoose saw the game. He said It this way: this week's practices: .. It'workouts this week. It Items Grady Elmore and safe
to eat up the clock. Namath did pretty well. 'Bama added "Tennessee's eflesse played Santa Class, Its defeise friendly sportswriten. Whlc I h I that In recent years the Galore tyman John Mosley. Both are
a field goal In the late minutes of action. mesa ed| Scrooge and Alabama played er, or, well means: have had little fortune trying to expected to be ready for Flora

Actually,. there were Iwe reasons Namath got tote the esmtgh here Saturday to win ." 1. The Galore plan some our. keep prying eyes .from learn ida Saturday.
game. One Ms knee Injury realty ...'t ....... It toned Also "The unbeaten, untied Crimson Tide No.: 3 In the prises. ing. Graves said he has been Informed -

.. eat to be I palled muscle rather than something critical. land also had to play late with a Joe Namath It hoped JIM FORRESTER 2. The Caton plan no tat- Right to FSU that 'Bama never has
AIM, 'Bama saletyman John Motley gel hurt AId ash omarterhack It could leave knee-fresh Florida and a sixth straight win Lineman of Week Usually/ though' the 'grapevine lost twice to t the same team at
Steve Sloaa Is a top safetyman. toe. So Sloan went next Saturday In Tuscaloosa. has led straight to Tallahassee TuacalooM since they built the
back to defeaie; Namath came ka to offense. Tennessee coach Doug Dickey former Gator quarterback of all places. university. Alabama was founded -
There were some Interesting things that took place In the had an upset figured. Ha thought his Vole could bold the Santa Fe Star ly FSU In 1811 and has played football
'Bama-Vol I battle.. Tide to seven points while the Orangemen might get U of the Gators tor re going" Ctnenl-I since UN. The Tide leads
the Gatqrs M In the overall ser-
their own. It dldnt work quite like planned.
.
all almost
fi Remember This QuoteHere's Bama's Bryant, shrewd and eagle-eyed aoted hi the flhns UF lames does. No DM as has been able ,lea. .

that deluxe Vol punter ROB Wldby kicked from U yards Jim ForresterLineman to figure that out ,
a quote to remember: bacb-tbe ,UPs Hal Seymour aid Steve Spurrier are II Craves Indicated Monday that
4 "At any rate the Tide looked to this observer like I team away-and acted accordtagly. '..... boded Ms Uas with aa injured end Gary Thomas, broken
; that was ready to be 'taken.' Maybe they were thinking back extra sea. blocked a punt was tee tusate saeogk to catch hand and all, may be ready
( to 1961-62-63 when 'Alabama romped over Tennessee. Or maybe It la mM-air and ran ever for a It-yard touchdown that of Week to play against the TWeimen
.t '; they were peeking over the next knoll to Florida." broke open the game. Saturday at Tuscaloosa.: Florida -

Those. words came, from Tom Slier aporta editor of the That's a. point, a big one, to ponder. They say there I I will need every hand It can
Isn't a better man anywhere when it's time to point for a Santa Fe guard Jim Forrester Roberta also singled o u t end muster for the big gams. And
single game than Bryant. Just as they say another famed was outstanding last Friday null Feagle and tackle Charles a one handed Thomas Is better
coach In the SEC (whose team already has been beaten night against Green Cove Kerety for their parta In the than none.

this season by the UF) Is at the other end of the polo. Springs but It may have been top-sided! win. Leg Injuries to halfbacks Jack

his last game for the Rebels. i P. K. Yonge guard Steve Harper and Dick Kirk caused
Two Reasons to Win The 101-pound senior receiveda TwedeU also turned In a top concern last Saturday but II

And the Bear wants Saturday's game for two particular back Injury and was hospital! performance In a narrow 11-13 appears both will be fit and fiddling
Ap, lied all weekend. The seriousness loss to Eau Gallle. afternoon. Harper
I reasons now. Saturday
yti 1. Florida beat him last year the only loss at borne since Is not certain yet but It Is The Ill-pound demon regis Is a UF offensive standout
Bryant took over coaching 'Bama. eared Forrester may be lost tared five Individual tackles and his season. Kirk the hero of
I 2. Another 'Bama victory moves the Tide to the top ef for the r. s t of the sea seven assists to load. the do- last year's Gator win over

Knoxvills News-Sentinel tilt "an-nme" SEC list aa regards victories Tennessee lea son. For- nse."TwedeU's. ,Bama with o.ard TO run la
There are other interesting points. a one percentage petal. edge at present, 1141-11 for a JKI.Bama But before the In] cry, been doing a tremendous I stalwart on defense In 1114.I .
Slier .said "Scouts are ojalck to point oat that Alabamahas to US44-1I for .... The Veto play' LSU at Baton rester registered 12 tackles: to Job all season," PKY I There will be nothing fancy
defense and
no explosive rwmers. Steve Bewmaa, Badsea Harris, Berge, figure Ie .... lead the Rebels m of- Coach Mike Cuttorm said about UF preparations for (he Joel Eaves, Gsorrla
Lea Kelley and sock are strong rosin aid they took fancy Alabama plays Florida at Tuscaloosa: figures to .. sparkled with his blocking on "People who scout us wonder Tide The real war wlU be In athletic director wffl be
sometimes when Namala's passes spread the defense sad give But let's not answer that until later. ense. where he came from. He did a the line. To beat "Bama you the speaker at' the
them running room. His performance earned For-,good Job last year but was Just nave to whip their tenacious: : Gainesville/ QuarterbackClub
The Name of;ffte rester "Lineman of the. Week"honors wonhadowed of the meeting{ tonight at .
Game by some '
"But a team with a seasoned pass defense andjcomparablepersonnel by the .... '* I hard hitting" front liners. And the Golf and Country '
.
I could give Alabama a hard time of 1L" Oh, yes! There's still another item of keen Merest other players. Ins coaches Ed Kensler ( Club The will .
The name of Alabama's la dele_. Big. Blew" I Also worthy of mention for tense) and Gens EUenson: > ( Of'l program
WOOfYol Did"to game "Jim terrific Santa Fe last week's play is Bobby Ki n- drive start at 11:30,: p.m. v
Tide Tennessee made alas first down, Jnst M yards mil..... was tense) expect to thai
71 mere passing oa eaves ef U ..$....... The ,.' toott- Coach Charlie Roberts saidHis cald of Cross City. The Boar son home hard to the UF play
are some of the things that Tennessee did with the down was set ap by a recovered table at the 'Bama $1. "Injury certainly/ Is a big end made a doom Individual en this week. Coml 0. Lumber
Saturday. Defensively, that la.abama I'd say 'Bama knew what it was doing last Saturday. I tow." tackles and helped out on eight BalMMlnl "
first down on the Vols' 11-a field goal Just as It will know what it's doing this Saturday. I watched Forrester's play helped the more He also threw a key block Alabama will strive for ban- :Retains LeadIn
first down on the Vol 7-nothlng./ scout Ken Meyer closely last Saturday. And I'm not giving I Rebels hold Green Cove Springs on Randy Corbln's 14 yard run control and enemy mistakes towin
I I bama first down on the Vol 30-fumble/ away secrets with this note: scoreless. / In a 334 runaway. for a touchdown the game._But the Tide bar Cadet League action No,..

first down on the Vol 1-touchdown In FIVE: Alabama will exert tremendous pressure (or try to) on the lay .t the Boys' Club Combs
a fifth try possible because Tennessee wu offsides Gator quarterbacks Saturday especially sophomore Steve Lumber remained In first with a

down. Spurrier. Especially on passes Area Teams Hard at Work 5-0 victory over Sparry. First
first down on Vol 25-pass Intercepted. Became when JIll hell tt dews, the Gators have a better National beat Florida. National
first down on VoL 3-fleld goal blocked raising gases, a Moving gases that with Isnsseme sad M. '

1., Oarlet Casey?! M the eater figures to ahnosl match W In Junior League play UM
Minister = brllWsee of N.ID.III aid I bkbag game defl.Mely' For Vital Weekend Games lean defeated the teeters II-
;
Tops, a the Tw'LTits I and the Browns swamped Ins
leaves only; one question unanswered. Injury ol' play and I "ame 2)...
Area teams continue to bear lions prone much m every game we
Church LoopOn The Caton bow the name of Alabama' ,ame, How well don In practice thla week 4 oil HEATERS CI.I tilt vr "'yl& Saturday? seven Suwaimeo Conference el. starter against the host Crysts some bask fundamentals" remarked
; 212 GameRev. It says here, pretty wetL vena prepare for this week River crew. Jim Huff Colt center Cross City coach AI

Dudley R, Gerald only heavy schedule of football returned to action Monday Psrris Malay.CANfland .
1 f minister North hour foDowuif a layoff with a foot In I shut out by Cross
bowling In the Gainesville GHS Continues Marlon spent one
I Church League provedthe Drills and I half sertamsglng! Moo- jury. City last weak, looks to rebound

Low Asw pulpit am't his only talent 'For day as they prepared for s bit Lake Butler tilt only unbea6en against. Branford this week but
the going doubH will be
Chattanooga GameGainesville untied Suwames no
$2.00 Monday night at Palm Lanes Crystal River team team got
rough. Newberry, looking for Its
,
down to serious business today
The
... Advent Christian pastor The Colts were also scbed-
first win In conference
Will rolled the league's best single High continued Woodbine. Ca., there. BunchIs lied to go through another for Its vital contest with Wlllstoa worked bard play

IASYTRMS game a 211 work Monday for hs big game. 144 for the year and Ike I scrimmage today as Coach Stan this week ready for Mayo Monday, ranked getting behind I
Cliff Gleams of First Baptist, with Chattanooga Central 'I Ttrrlert' are .4.. Lincoln woo Tools promised they would. The Tigers, northers .leader 1 In Lake Butler si the northern division
however, had the beet series. Friday sight at attorn 81"1' jat year's encounter handily Took said halfback Robe the loop race wU Italy find the of the conference.
I ... He was followed by Tom Red Devils a tougher foe than I.
Elfe' (University .MsthodM) Coach Jam MUaek said the. How Phi Gams Putted last ....'. Greenville ..... Rlverland.... gelllag i
ready for another weekend of
% M, R. P. Mamlsaar (Firs risvang Pwonanrs aN rated as "Winistoa wm la ssw ef the activity finds Metroes
Methodist ... ens ef tile ** taws la beat learns will this preparing "ftIW) "
) Call BMMIHlgblands strong That Pre-Game Stunt wa pay for Branson while Hawworse .
( Presbyterian III .fee .... QsrreaOy Central l lY seams" offers Lake Butler tied with Cedar Key
p. 5.a dlCNACE and. H. r a v e Walk (A d vest fU and. b ranked la the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity turned the tables on Jim Daniel I and menace for the conference =_IID"

Christian) HI. ') state's top 11Ms South Carolina last, Saturday when! It pulled a daring Lake Butler hit the pods today I Ii lead makes ready for winless .. ....
AowMWI mused hrnr'
Trailing Rev. Cent for hast pro-game stunt following a light Monda, 'Taylor High ., plerson.
said CHS was'bs at i
single game were Clues., .m Fifty minutes before the klckoff of the Florida drut The Tigers appear to good
and. lhkeltHt .._ strength wth tojureal OsrttJeaason South Carolina football game,'3t members of the fro- shape accordtof to Daniel, and
Herty Bevb. t Meraodbt) to .... 1 Halfback locally trotted onto the field dressed m uniforms similar are looking to sharpen their
converted mo4-74 spBtBokCskfwen At Cities Y mnmf at: fall to the Caraecocks. pass defense at preparalJoa forWiniston's
(First Methodist weed. ,M.. I .They wont ftrsvgn legftrnMto caUamenlcs for about Doug MUcbolL

made the 1-10 and Henry Rodgers ,JC. Yonce worked 1ItfId1.1 four minds and ftta ran through sheet two minutes At the Real Devil camp Mos.day .
(Advent.Christian), the 44. offense and made some .>, of C:.,..,..,, IV. relates Coach fcansny MOtor. ,
live changes .to preparation far A halfback looped onto M end's beck, a pair of I linemen Mitchell csstauid to keep
its game at Macdemy Friday. played petty-cake and a punt return specialist bas aortol I throat alive as WU-
j' Jot Adeect: brie a Los Coach Mike Gutierrez said the f> ld dflHbalwtdltkel0. fiasb..d.r.e< mentor hates stressed Ma aaaaasg pmt
) J Angeles Aaavti* ISSM run ,.. Wave came out of the Eau Gatae a hatfbeek who .....-.- ever the- bsdcs and fence- while and sought out a Maw .. stop

CHIN erd for as fieHar' who he tasty to good physical) cosSanta > ptheTtogtoapimV 1 Lake Buttofa brother combo
1181 cracked Ms lilt four bagger dJtIaa. silk Carolina ....t come Into tie game with gutter of Jtaaty aaal 'h ump Thomas.Cron x., ,. .,
tag credentials but II vasal Ikes .... .;
ON THI SlVAiIUAUTT ef the la New York 4
year anIspt Fs. riding on a lire.gane'wis .i City took Mislay off
It
Just as happens that seaas six other
PIODUCTS years ago, none
H. The previous seat
'
streak and four ont but starts werktsf bosomy today
man South Carolina
woe l0 .... De Y JIlt. cams np with this sane Amt They
of five. far Fonas pulled K for Its data wKh Theta
propped > against Oemaaa to ths asaM maoner.
dine Beech and KeyslanaConference The sayerr laaaal (ke ansJsraH from Lincoln The Bean are act tafctog Trea \\tt4 I
game, there frliCsaekCharua High Coach Jesse Bsaret They wertsa} oa the ton Bghtly as they were schosVsad
GOLDWATER 417. four weeks, and vial IInucII IrIIdb ae shins IdeaL ] to consiKi. s) short serinSBOJS -

Roberts said 'Ysspa IM Shed. sad ri svslaats. some par-
U
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Too sear taw what ye f at gat with dsspess ',
;J Us aped is la food shops escepttog away no"we are pMhetrllaraa tea fls
See sad ft.r Jar ms loss of Ramos
AIRYTONIGHT Am Forrester with a tad back. a lbw
jjfUttflr.-
Starts took tt easy ... Title t '

day aa Coach David Bans aid. .OEfaCENfi AL: HEATINGTMMsOTATKAltr U
.
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9''ltpjiEggs : In the strong Lies to snat and Rwbto (slsrrieans eve see ..an..Iss ... ". ?V Li. '

'.1 .",% ,=,. } Carter ....... fsr frt t.t.MS ". ..*. TeMStssost vow \ rl
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10 Gainesville' Sun Tuesday, October 20, 1964tq



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Look Sisler In, Keane? '" "

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By TED MEIER Wednesday a meeting of the don does not take ICed until t' 4
'I Associated Press Writer Milwaukee board of directors in .
Sports next spring so he can draw i "
1 At Suwannee Who says this Is the football Chicago. A news conference baa full pension. "" >" !\

season? Although the World been called for 11:30 ajn. EST I 'WaJk.er.1D] singing a one yeai I0.
Series ended last week baseball Wednesday. I
contract to .
F replace Murtaugt ...
Pardon me. sir but could you tell mi the way to the still Is getting a major share of The unexpected resignation of who quit because of Ol health,,, >\

.Suwannee Conference football championship? the headlines on sports pages.In the 13-year-old Rickey left StLoulsans managed the Cardinals for par! \
Oh, yet Just take a right down her by beating Lake rapid fire development wondering what next? of the IKS season after EddbStenky i

Butler then go left with a win over Cross City back right Monday Branch Rickey resigned Bob Bantam, who was recommended was let go.

with a.decision over WiUliton left again by beating North StARRY WALKER ( as player consultant for by Rickey to succeed I

f Marion and you're there. .seta Pirate post the world champion St. Louis Bin, Devine as general manager
Sounds like a pretty complicated trip you say? Well !it li Cardinals, Fred Hutchinson announced Rickey's resignation WittenbergStill! #

and the scramble: for the shortest route Is In progress resigned as manager of the and said nothing more. .

Lake Butler currently li leading the Northern ..e.. Crew Cincinnati Reds and was succeeded Neither did owner August Busch No. 1 .
City beads the Southern with Wllllston' second and North by Dick Sisler and Barry Jr. or Rickey himself. << .

Marion third. The Hat Walker" was Up In the air is who will be Small Eleven .
They all posted Impressive victories. last week to" a t 11 named manager of the Pittsburgh chosen to succeed. Keane as .1If

bunched near the top. Pirates to succeed Danny manager' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS>
Lake Butler still Is the overall leader, after walloping Greenville t
Wittenberg has '
strengthenedits .
Murtaugh. Louis GlobeDemocratsaid
470. It left the Tigers with a sparkling 54 record) The St.
,
And today Johnny Keane who in its Tuesday edition that No. 1 position among the

quit U manager of till CardW Red Scboendienst, former star country's small-college football
I Stays Unbeaten sale after,winning till World second baseman Is expected to powers but the rest of The Associated THE MAHATMA, BRANCH RICKEY

to succeed the Cardinal Press top ten .has. been .
Series Is expected be named new .resigns, aa Card's special consultant
Crosa City spanked a good Chiefland team 1M, and Vim** Yogi Bern as manager of the manager within three days. caught in a fast shuffle. .
trimmed Trenton 20-fl to also stay ,unbeaten. But they '
ton New York Yankees. The Tigers, on top of the AP
tied each other earlier In the season for 4-0-1 marks. : I II
NoSorprlH
Berra was fired after his one poll since the beginning of the
Gators'
rebounded from Its lost to Cross City the Card
North Marlon
of Hutchinsonand
; The resignation :
In which he riddled SWITCH
season as manager season Marietta:SW I : rO'
.
\ 'week before with smashing 334 decision over ,Newberry;
i' i led the Yankees to fifthatraipt the signing of Baler was nota last Saturday for their fifth I '

n leaving Its record at 41.Rebels. ',', American League pennant surprise. Hutchinson ill with successive victory.' They re- No. 1 LinemanJACKSONVILLE : .

r cancer took a leave of absence ceived eight of 14 first place ,
4
Sparkle v 'Will the Milwaukee Braves" on Au,. 13 and SillIer managed ballots from the panel of writers H S. .
la the Reds the rest of the season. (AP-Jack
( SISLER move to Atlanta The answer and broadcasters and totaled
'A' of hard-running backs by the names of Doyle DICK Hutchinson's Card Florida linebacker
couple reslgna-
to be forthcoming Officially 122 points, 23 than was
Pin
< expected more
Slkes and Mac Crawford have rejuvenated the Santa Fa offense .take.. over __ _...., up Florida A4M.. runner- named today as lineman of the .
and helped carry the Rebels to a fine 4-1 record. '
week for state HEAtiNG?;
:' Bikes )Ia a burly 111 pounder who does the unusual and The Rattlers won their third college: footba1l1 .

switches to tackle on' defense where, he also stands out. S. VictoriesEase in a row blanking Morris Har- Card may be the smallest'
t Ha blasted his way for 120 yards on 12 carries against U. i I vey 2M and advanced from player ever to receive the lineman .

Green Cove Springs last week leading the Bobs to a 334 con- third to second. San Diego honor. .
The Gator
State No. 2 last week lost to sophomore .
/ S
I does Coach Charlie Roberts Los Angeles State 74 and the only non-letterman on
"He a ways, ,
I'I'I I said of his finndoobboth M dropped to fourth while Lamar Florida's sterling defensive platoon

i f Crawterd,' a 171-poaad saphenura finback, bee bera' CsasarjrlM in Olympics Tech,' fourth a week ago, was stands 5 feet 6 and weighs ECONOMICAL'!( .,.
'I eMhe guts ft ttab with ale determined. rowing.'Be upended by the San Diego Oarlnea 165 pounds.

1 : .; picked n.71 yards ts.sevea ,carries last week to ,keen J .-: 33-28 and faded to 10th. I CLIAN-IURNING .

t I his teamrasafag lead. \ TED SMITS the 100-meter dash had to makeup Including 1140 winner ..RobertShavlakadze Delaware and Abilene Chris. The selection was announcedby
e 'Crawford has 141 yarda'fn 54 and Bike' had By and world record- Jack Halrston president of I 4,11-.4
now "carries TOKYO' (AP) American two yards on the final kg la tian were beaten by major college -
r, DM yards In M runs. ,, :,. marksman Lones WIlier pickedup that one did It easily and later holder.Valery Brunei. foes ViUanova and Dayton the Florida Sports Writers Association .uKuraHrallyk
I ,"Crawford has been improving with every"games Roberta :, the United State only medal anchored the team to a time of The United' States war respectively and disappearedfrom and sports editor of' '-. '

said. "He has certainly com through for us." a gold Russia failed to 315 seconds In the semifinals blanked in the two women's the select group. Los Angeles -' the Jacksonville Journal. I' Watchdog Service'
'
j' Quarterback Danny Adams. and halfback Russell Taylor' make up much ground and the equaling the Olympic record. track' finals Tuesday the MO State No. a, and Youngstown "Card has been consistently ,
round; out the backfield that started jelling two weeks ago two dominant nations yieldedthe The team was made up of and the women's shot The United No. g, replaced the Blue outstanding for us," Coach Ray
;Ida the first three games, Santa Fa relied almost entirely Olympic spotlight Tuesdayto Paul Drayton of Cleveland States didn't have a finalist Hens and Wildcats. Graves of Florida said "Parti CALL -

S ; ofr its savage defense that .has given up only three touch- I a little known German and Gerald Ashworth of Haverhill, in the 100 and roly poly Earlene The remaining first place cularly in the Ole Miss and
dourL Mass, Dick Stebblns of Los Brown of Los Angeles was far 1 372-3383
his bid for upset In the demandIng votes were split among Florida South Carolina games He was
,j Things ere looking up BON and marl each week for the decathlon. Angeles and Hayes. back In the shot put with a best A4M Youngstown Loa AngelesState all over the field making tackles I
Rebels. Last season's 54-2 record should
.easily topple throw of 50.1.Ann '
117 Ante rata Willie Hsldorf 24 maintainedhis Another Wm I Eton. Parsons and Sam and batting down passes"I Geo. E. Davis Jr.
Picker'of
lead In the ID- England won Houston State. ,
surprising The men's 1MO relay composed I
Lake Butler's ace quarterback: Jimmy Thomas! Joined an the 100 meters In world record Honorable mention was accorded '
1 exclusive football group last Thursday night when he raced event, tw -day decathlon with 5- of Henry Carr of Detroit time of 2:01.1: and promptly Florida State's middle I HUMILE OILREFINING b '
t 731 after seven events.He 2U0 meter medal winner The Top Ten with first place '
.100 yards for a touchdown. points gold ; presented her gold medal to ion guard Jack Shlnnolser and linebacker CO.
,Thomas Intercepted a Greenville pass ,at the goal flee and. was followed by Germany'sHanaJoachlm Mike Larrabee of FUlmore meter dash man Robbie Bright- votes In parentheses and points: Bill McDowell and Flor ;,
paved his way, to the ether nil with .only. seven seconds Wilde and Russia's Calif, the >400 meter winner; well her fiance. It wu Eng 1. Wittenberg (I) 122 ida's end Charles Casey. IULK PLANT
remalniag hi the ...... Rein Aun. Ollan CasseU of Nutley. IU., land's third gold medal and that 2. Florida AA M(1)( ) 99

You seldom see a play as long, but most of,(the drama CK. Yang, the veteran from and UUa Williams of Compton country's best showing. since 2. Prairie View M Jack Harper of Florida and 205 N.I. 33rd ST..
i was gone when Thomas reached the other end. His touchdown Nationalist ChMa by way of Calif., won its beat In 3:05.5. 4. San Diego State ((0) 47 Fred Biletnlkoff of FSU were I
medalist In .And the women's 400-meter .. named backs of the week. I I r ,,cARE :
made the score 47 points. for.Lake Butler: and. 0, for Green UCLA the sliver 1831.RussIl" Tamara Press the Louisiana 44 ,
ville. 111 :Ul< '/ !vl I'IvUi 1 UN;' the world record-holder team WlUye White of Chicago, 6. Tech 40 I
But you can't have your cake and eat It too.. and heavy favorite In then Wyomla Tyus of Griffin Ga.; world record-holder won the 7. Texas AW 3111
with throw of her
shot SMK
f Games, waa In eighth place Marilyn White of Los Angeles, a I. Youngstown ((1)) 25 YOU THAT
second gold medal She the
won
and Edith McGulre of Atlanta ..
with 5,311 points. Los Angeles St ((1)) 24
I ,: NASCAR Stiffens RUles. also ran through a steady dris- discus earlier. Galma Zybina of 10. Lamar Tech 23,
Far WANTED MAN?
Down sling rain in a qualifying time of Russia wu third m the shot i
The US. entrants Paul Herman 441. with 57.1.Takehide.

On Cars in of Santa Barbara, Calif; All the relays, along with the, Nakatanl of Japanwon Retains Title W. vtlcmit yw *.. *k..it ....*... territory .........,
Competition Dick of Oceanside, the with i Many ,.....t mss tin $10.000, $15.000 sod HIM* '..M''Ilr,
Emberger finals of the high Jump are[ lightweight Judo fc...- N HM ....*.*.. .! Mr disk' cMtmluiM, Mess M hie
DAYTONA Calif., and Russ Hodge of Roscoe scheduled Wednesday on the, two Russians, Oleg Stepanov BOSTON (AP) DIck Devola .... ... ..,.. .....$.... '
f. BEACH (AP) national Speedway Atlanta International NY., were in positions .final day of track and field com- and Aron Bogolobov, the semifinal of Boston retained his New England Ow ....IIIy-..... 1155 ._..... Aft ssd s,....".... ..I.........
" The National Association ol s Raceway, Darlington Nos. I, I and 10th with .,..., [petition. losers each taking a bronze lightweight crown Monday ........, lell.h.: ,...11., l..k M.rck... Gilt bonne..sd .
, Stock Car Auto Racing (NAS MiMly I 11.1"... It to .4 ..
Mritrly MW u n Mv If
night when he .
S. C. and [medal. gained draw
announced : International raceway SSM 5,163 points. The United States put a full a b SUNHC.Ws .
s CAR) Monday thai: and the Charlotte Motor Speedway The United States has won the complement f three Into the Two Man with Tammy Tlbba of Boston in /..Mids..rytlse. N. I.......... 1sp11Nd. S.Mp.sn.
6 : i cars In competition during 1W9: decathlon In every Olympics high Jump finals John Thomas a 10-round bout at Boston Are .."".. ..f Hulpioir' W .,.,..... mU ........ M
t must be of production design 1 .The United, States was assured -| Mir '1965.hiss .....* |tfi H4tr w.y.Ad ,
but Its relativelypoor of the I960 medalistand
f only. Can with wheel bases between since 1932 Boston of two more medals when na.The decision rHO O.NIs..p..I.sw. Writ M. D. IMM. rVM).
showing In these Gameswas one-time world record holder was loudly booed tort, D. MURPHY CO,, RIP
111 and lit Inches win be featherweight, Charley Brown of) OAK t IOWA 5I5 4.
{ This ruling eliminates the specially anticipated. ; John Rambo of Long Beach, by'a slim crowd of 741 I I
\ ; restricted to short tracks. Cincinnati and lightweight Ron
built modificationshighrisers \ Calif. and Ed Canrthers of
But the surprising strength of ,
The of Detroit
competition engine size Harris made their)
hemispherical heads, the. U.S. shooters was not The Santa Ana, Calif.
, I and llfters-whlch added,, again war limited to a maxImum I way Into the boxing semifinals
fi ; cams 427 cubic Inches. .victory by Wlgger a stocky N. Troebl. giving till U.S. four fighters
apeed. Bill U.S, Army first lieutenant from Each cleared the qualifying who have advanced that far. All
NASCAR said a minimum, ,France, NSCAR president Carter Mont, was the seventh height of ...v. without major boxing semlflnansta are assured FALL
,I' weight requirement, not yet determined said "NASCAR waited to medal picked up by the marks difficulty aa did three Russians of at least a bronse medal.
t also would be set. announce the new rules until all men and boosted the U.S. medal Three American canoeist
f \ I S NASCAR never had a minimum the IMS cars !bad been introduced collection past the 19W total of also advanced. Tony Ralphs,
t 1 ,weight requirement.Cars and NASCAR officials 71_ Miami Seeks SPECIAL
i Newport Beach Calif., made II
, with a minimum 119 Inch had made a thorough study ol une United States now has 72, to the semis of the men's kayak -
t \\ 'r wheel base win be allowed on, their bodies wheel bases, e.Including 32 gold. Russia picked Added DepthMIAMI ; Marcia Jones Oklahoma

t +F four speedways NASCAR said! glob and other components" up four medals in the early -UNvenlly'ot CIty. reached the finals of tin

They are Daytona Fla, Inter events Tuesday two each ta ( women's 501-meter kayak sb>.
I'i xi i! Miami football coach Charlie '
women's shot put and lightweight
FSU Buckles gles and ,Itancme Fot and
a k Tate to add to his
hopes
Judo and now .has at depth Gloria Perrier both of Washington
{S( Bowling Down for VPI Including 17 IIIld.Record. squad before H faces a !big Indiana moved Into the finals of tiltWOIDID"

4 line in the Orange Bowl kayak pain.HORSf .
Score ,
Friday hdg rt.< t
Standings TALLAHASSEE (AP) FlorIda Wlgfer, a Moot-7, 180er -p und. Tata said many positions have
State opened drills today fired a world record 1,164 'bad Just one man available for SHOW

......... cwl.ow 'L for Its Saturday game at Virginia on 120 shots In winning the :assignment during the put few ,

' Pint Mft..M N* IAtfv 1. a Polytechnic Institute small bore rifle three position wee... Recently: Tate has been AT TIll
,,l< CftrnttM N* | M 'JII Heavy workouts were scheduled competition. He previously had ,
/ / N.. a ,." M' working with two complete offensive TAYLOR RANCH
NWMMI UM.NN/rMIffiS PrMM'N'-- I : Wednesday. !taken a silver medal In 'man- I, backf..... and touredman..paa. *.... 0*.' It sa I ',M.
Pint MpllltA i The. Seminoles clipped Georgia bore rifle prone position. i cw.d MMM es W.S e Sf M.
I :( .nM ClwMIlM. ** ICMVWV I n TIlt United States also pushed
I t4 last week 17-14 fourth
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I MIMW4* NMn. "...*.,. N*. I ,M ISISs parted touchdown. drive 1 full of its relay brilliant teams through heavily heats favored' to

; C.l..rr eiM, t'r" afl It- .. dowa narrow.. v' aqueeses. '' and- fourth- the Wednesday ftnala< without 2WAYSAVINGS

l .f Naurm MM CKfKHM* u.I.Mq N*, { MiHHM .k...A.*. Coach plays.. lID major difficulty though a post.
rAMCs.NNMN Peterson !
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AllisChal 22% lot Nick 17 y

TIle edlwer. sweat ...._ Alcoa 63% Int Pap 37
i:s" AmAir 4434 Jones&L 04%
s: rjssrc'VrSTOCK' LISTINGS II
I AmCan 43% Eels Al DWi

Plerc'Wnlbeni.lfaiphey AmCyan 62ViKen'cott 03%
AmMot 1714 LIe A MJ 9634 it h

>1 'NEW YORK STOCK.EXCHANGE Lanes Company _... IIIC,4 Incorporated Inc ..._ IUS AmTob AT&T a m% Loch'd Lorillard 3514 48" Future President Grows-

Milgo Electron _.M' '. I" Keystone K-3 _....._.... 1.11 Up
t MIlK Cp ITHMag'vox 33V.
Abbott Lab "M_" 140 =4M,*Wort Guaranty Ins 24 I Keystone 54 IUS Anaconda 57H MplsHon 125114 Here are four views of former President Herbert C. Hoover aa ho grew front childhood to early. manhood.

Allied Chem __ 1JO 83V(Paciflo SW Air ..._ 31 3 I Keystone S-4 5.169i Armour 55 4 MM4M St% From left tile future President who was bora on August 10. 1874, appear aa a child of about five In hi*
Scat: : Brew ..-.,..---:. tS'' Life Investors.10.65 ACL 01 Mohasco 14% native West Branch Iowa; M a schoolboy of 11 In 1886 at Pacific College Newberr. Ore. where Hoover
I Amerada Pt .-...__ 100 '02*. teeur Life ft IVTraveler _... 11 Life Stock Fund 1.05'' taken by uncle after hla father wan
Babcock 37\4 Mona'to 13% an and mother died; Bt the age of 17. when he was employed aa an office
AlIi Etc Pow .__ 1111I '48U' Ins ...i_-.,,,_ 44 Mass., Inv Stock _..._.. 17.37 B&O 40% Mont Wd 43* boy In Salem, Ore.. ahortly before entering Stanford University and aa a )'ou"mlnln, engineer In 1901.
Amer Enka __. 1.40 'IS' Union Sec. at bv.Unlv. ..__ 101,6I 1M.... Inv Growth _... 1.17 Beth SU 41% Nat Dalr 134 at the ago of 30.Tributes.

Amer Hone _._ 1.44 m I Cigar ......--. ....., I", Pioneer Fund ..._ 10._ Boeing 14% Nat Dint, 21%
Puritan 'Fund ____ 1.71
Borden 77 NAmAv S3H
Amer M __ AMERICAN
Fdy JO MM
Putnam Growth ....... 1136
Brunswk 9% Penney' 11%
Armco SU .. ___ 3.00 n STOCK EXCHANGE Paid HooverWASHINGTON
TV'lIte'_.__ ... to
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Atch Topka ..... UOa.:'331' Cater Tr 38% Pa RR 42%
Baxter Lab _._.. Jg 27M AerojetGen.Aaalex ........._".. 30'10I Value Line be ._ 1.12 Celanese 61% Pen Cola Utt .
I
I Corp _.._ 30"A Wellington Fund IUS Chrysler 61 Phil Mor 79
Beckman b ...-_ K* .
I (AP) Presl cause of the American Ideal of
Aqua OleIn _..,._ 15"
CocaCola 130% Phil Pet 88%
Beech LF S 1.10 81* NYSE MOST ACTIVE: STOCKS I
I Aurora Plastic 37'10I dent Johnson and Republic!I human freedom and Individual
Bristol My ___ .101534 I CD... Vet Close Chaages Com Ed 88% RCA .33V nominee
line EngineerAromaloy 21'10 presidential Sorry dignity He will long be remembered
'M. Con Id1I 98 Revlon 39%,
Brown Shoe ...._ I.. 100%
'
I _.1634 El: 'off Goldwater led Americana of al I so long as there' are
Brunswick : 'M 113, 100 Weatg 43% % Cont Can 82% Rey Tob 44
.--_ "'I 3nertma._..._. political creeds In tribute todajo 'Americana and men of ,free
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CambeB S ...._.140 '3S I" 96,700 Amt Horn Pd.%off 10 Dow Che 77% StReg P 34
Carter Pdf >_ Computer .... .. .. .., 23" 17,100 Brunswick 9% up H duPont 271% Seaboard 84% Herbert Hoover as a patriot t spirit." .;
1.00
17% Cutler Labs A and humanitarian. la New York, Adlal E. Stevenson
'''M 1794 71,000 Xerox Corp 111 off 4% EAL 37% Sean 124
Case J I ..... ._... J0%
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t" Date Control _.. $9 Johnson said hovers "un- U.S. ambassador to the
84,600 Sperry Rand 18% off % E. Kodak 129V Sinclair 82%
Cessna Air .,..... 1.00 29%,
t t Che Ohio ___ 4.00 77. Fulton Ind ,_.._ "' 54,<<00 Falrchld Hfflr 10% 1IIICh Firestone 44'% Socoay $534 quenchable sens of public: Unived Nations, describedHoover's ...... ... "
.j \ Gen ,,_ 4''" Southn C 04% responsibility for both our nlion ., death as one that provoked t
Coa 3 Gat _..-.,. 32 MHz 83,900 Schlumberger n off % Fla Pw 81% .. "
t CBS .'................., 1..* 42% Jax Mlnit 094 82,400 Gen Dynamic 73 off % Fla P&L 13% SperryR 15% and a troubled world stands I "universal sadiMst.V \.
,". Comb .__ Mackey Airline _..._ e""% Ford 00% St Brand 71''- as an example that will en "Mr. Hoover was one of the
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JJnf JO Mead Johnson ? _._ 1731Pac AMER STK EXCH Frmst Da 13 StO NJ 17% dure." : most eminent American public!! '"
Combat Corp _-... 37% NW Tele _.... ACTIVE STOCKS of his tbne ,
22'% Frept Sul 43% Studebak 7 Johnson read hls statementthe in I figure Stevenson
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tin .Mill$ :.. .: JO 19% .
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Philips EtecRedwaig ..._.._ 41'10 Frueh Tr 33% Swift 83V said. "And his life was markedby
G tAlr|:;; -40 20% Volume Close Chang White House theater.,
r- Carrier broad Interests and
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Contl Ins 120 13 71,600 Mono Grin Ind 2% % Gen Dyn 40% Texaco $614 Mrs, many
% up Johnson and I want to
Ric Group _.._ constructive "
; 334 1 Gen El .7Yt Thiokol 14% contributions. :,t.;
Contrl Data 00 IS,< % extend
Sperry R. Wts. 734 Gen Fd 18% U Carbld 127% our deep personal sym "I share the universal sadnessover
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Corn Pdt .."=: 1.80 84% Syntex ...._ _......_ .34 84,700 Apt Corp 11% up 1% Gen Mill 43% Unit Airc 89%'pathy to Herbert Hooter's sons his death," he added. .' f.&
Delta Air _._._ 1.. 11% 41,900 TWA -WI- 30% 1% and other
up members of his family
Tampa Elec _.,,___ 21''% Gen Mtrs 100% Un Fruit 11% Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of .J..
Det Steel ...... .60 14% 39,800 Cmpbell Chlb 4% % the
Tech Measur _. ... 1034 up Goodrich 89% US Steel 11% President said. New York said Hoover's death 1-
Emerson El _, 1.00 41% TWA Wta ... ... ,, 3054Valspar ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS Goodyr 41% Unlv Mat 13% "We have lost a wise Amert- wlU "be mourned throughout c /. 'r.i t ,

Fair Camera._ .SOg 23 .._...... 731.MUTUAL Greyhnd 23 WestgEI 43% can, and the world has lost a'lilt world for his concern for his t.......
.Flnanl Fed _. ,,30% Purchased'-----42U70 Gulf Oil 89% Woolwth '29% humanitarian cltlxen of all man fellowman was an Inspiration t't. ..
.{Fit Chartr ..._._ 1.97f 28% FUNDS Short Sale ,.?_._,.?.???..???? 1,4U lnt Harv 13% kind. His steadfast leadership for all human conduct. (
JFst West Fin.- 11% Affiliated Fund 1.34 Other Sale .:..._ _,11I3 served us undaunted throughgood .
"An anda '
statesman \
\\'Pla E Cat .. ... ...... 14 Important ;
< Capital Late ft Gr _,,_ Total Sale 401,348 times and bad as a busltssman soul has passed from ;
great
Food Fair .,,......?.??? .90 23H 10.23 U. S. Suicide the ;::
FMC Corp ........ 1.00 111)I Diver Growth 18.26 PREVIOUS DAY'S provider for poor our midst The world I II poorer,
and and elder *
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hungry, president '
Frito Lay -,........... 40% Dividend Share 3.12 STOCK MARKET, statesman. for his ..... '

1' Gen Tell .M ,,34% Jreyfu*' _..._._, I1.U Advance. __ 492 Rate Shows10Yr.Rise 'He' combined the best'of our aid Former M. Nixon Vice aid President In Augusta Rich.! \

I Ca Paclf _.._ 1.. 87%'Fidelity Caplt ........_ 11.11 Declines .................. 417 national heritage with I broad- Maine, that Hoover "win be

Getty Oil '_ ,10g. 21% FIdeJJty:Fund _..._ II.. Unchanged _... ___..... 283 gauged[ understanding of the I respected and revered In the
Grace Co .... l.OOb 17%
7 : Fidelity Trend __...__ II." Told Issues .. 1.JI2 umultous times In which he hearts of his countrymen for
''I' Hel Curtis _.. ..It.m.. Fundtal Invest 11.11 New 190344 High _... ..... 19 ved. A man of character and,ever."
\ IBM _._._...... I.. 420 J NEW YORK The frequency
Income Boston l.n New 196344 Low 4 conviction, he was both profound I "Mr.,Hoover was one of the
: Int Min C __.__ MOa 12% of suicide In the United I
lot Tell __.. 1.. 86% I and practical In meeting ran Individuals who lived to
:1' States baa Increased in the past: the many tasks he undertook for hear the overwhelmingly favorable '
Kellogg __ JOB 4'N
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET OCT. 191 ",
Lehman CP __ 1.34 ;M AVERAGES decade: statisticians of Metropolitan his fellowmen. verdict of history. on his

Litton In ...,,_._ 1.01U71% sal Ns Two Ta.r Life I Insurance Com!, The President told reportersthat career. For CO yean be walkedproucIIy '
+ Lone S.CM ....'_ 1.00 21% Hlth a..w C.... Net a.. any report he would pay his personalrespects with the giant of the Hoover the Fisherman
25 (lulls . 149.79; 14742 141." Up .n. ( earth and In the end the
i' ..:.=:... IJl" M } males adolescentsand to Hoover at some time won
Martin M ___ 1.00 19% Industrials. 193.11 131.55 ....95 Up> ..SSO I Among I It an appropriate place but that affection and respect of million Former Preeldent Hoover holds big nut ha aught

McG: Hill r_ ;.60a 2M Stacks 521.35 514." 511.90 Ui 1.33 young adult recorded the he did not know whether he of people all over the world,* on 1939 fishing trip to New England. It WM OM *l

e Mead Corp ..__ 1.70 46% largest relative rise. For example would be able to attend the Nixon said ten fish he caurht-the legal Unit.FarmCity .

Merkd _._... .% 48% among white males at tuneralln Iowa.Coldw.ter .
I Matl Alrl ._-... JO 81 ages IS to 19 yeare the suicide said Hoover's ;

N Y Cad _-. Jog 81% ESSFLASHES rate rose nearly SO per cent: death was a profound lots to the Week Activities,
between 1980 82 and 196042,
Nia M Pow 2.. 57Norfolk American people and to the I
> W ._ '.00 137 from 4.0 to U per 100,000. At
No Ind P S -_ 1.41 62% I NEW YORK (AP) Coppen, 20 to 24 years the corresponding .. cause Individual' freedom and

No Nat Gss M_..... 1.Jl 83% continued strong and other 1oDew, Jean Sleek Average increase wa* a little over dignity throughout the world Planning Gets UnderwaySelection

Olla Math '_._ 1JO 'C% dustrials Joined ta a general I Prevtoas lad Hour' m per cent.: The per cent rise "Herbert Hoover embodied -
Owens n G ._ 2JO 108% tack market advance early this Day | lessoned however with advance and came to symbollM the
Pac IftE 1.00 23% 'afternoon. Trading we fairly 171.21 | 30 Indust j up 3.37 ta ago through mldlife.a finest principles and qualitiesfor of aa outstanding The farm and city families l to and Associate Agent.t+. T. Andrews

)'ac Lung == 3.40: '30% active. 223.11 | 20 Rail ( up 0.10 contrast, at ages 88 and over : which our country stands" Farm family and city: family a be honored are to be selected by are to arrango for tl .

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Pan Amer A -__. 1 Jl 29% beading into record high I up males decreased in the decade. ."His life's work was that of the tour of the agricultural: facilities Joseph Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. place In lilt afternoon prior I to

Parke.Dav __ ,u 1.00 30% ground again and trading for 31113 \t. Stocks I up 0.71 Mora rapid than among true humanitarian, for his efforts on the University of Florida Raymond Gibson MrI.Jad the banquet' '

I\ Pennzoll ._ 3.00 431* the year on the New York Stock OOI..11IIO I .Vokame flii'iil: male was the rise In till sui- to help mankind stemmed campus are part of activities "Seville Claude Brandon, Har Ley Strickland' will 'arrange

: J'IIzer r ":L i-i. ....Im- ..IOaIM! Exchange: passed the bllliow, ride rate among females at all not from personal ambition but planned. fir local observation of .lea lUll and -Mrs. ,Josephine for transportation .... tour.
Phelps D G .. 3.00 74 share mark!: earlier than lad 1;; following their recent ado age combined the statisticians from heartfelt compulon: and a Farm City Weak which starts McSwIne, county home demon- Other committee members Include

\ Polaroid "__i I JO 171* yearn which was a record for, varies oa fears of increased I International 'noted. The whit female rate Increased deep belief ta divine purpoee. Nov. 30. slrtUon agent.A Van Murphy/ farm forta-
Pub. JVEG _- 2.. 31 turnover tension. from 4.0 to 1.3 per 100 His millions of friends can find The planning of .these. and other eommltlee composed of Jim tit for Aladiua County, and

;Iur' Oil __-.._. 1.00 62% na coppers: were resumingtheir The' Dow Joan Industrial average 000, or 12 per cent In the dec- solace In knowing. that Herbert event I 11 .being done by a Warshow, Robert Johnson and Walter (Ban)Jflxsoa, Oalnrsvllle -

tp' ")'GIller _,_ 1.00 41% rally of Monday on peakworld at Nom.was op 3J7 at ads, compared) with a rise of Hoover lived to see his position I commute headed by Alachaa Mr*. Elisabeth Ahrano are to tun faros .....
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I. II '"M-_... ... 81% prices for the red metal nit 4 per cent for *0 white male In history vindicated. And despite .I County Commission Chairman make banquet arrangement' ; Famn Mrs.'McSvuw< aid

Metl _, ..50, 33% :The auto I alecks perked op HM Associated Press average Nevertheless suicide continue : the petty detractors of his G, M. Davis. I Davis and John Sparkman Mlxaoa wore named as a publicity

b Merr _..._ 1.00 86% following a pledge by GeneralMotors of 00 stocks at noon wa* up .4 to be much more frequent etlme. the name of Herbert I ,Tics committee held its Initial, are to obtain a banquet speak- eoramHtoe _
P C Cola >_ ..., 31% and !the United Auto at 330J. with Industrial ap U. males than females the Hoover survives and win be'meeting last Thursday night The nest meeting ., !fte
Dutch ._._. 1.73g 49% Worker Union that they wil rails 1Ip .1 and tilWei elf-i. among statistician Among passed on to future generations ,and got the planatag started. et.W. H.: ((Pete. )' Simmons -was FarmCity' Committee. I b schtdnM -

Ie icpr....'r-ji.. owr try Jar a settlement the 20- Both average were moving white report., for example, the fit his countrymen a* one of the Nov. 24 was tentatively set as appotattd! secretary to'I'. Ort 31 al I:>> p.m. ta tit

X ,_. --,-,_-.-,, .1.... ,H 'day CM ,sulkies. soon u pocsV above their latest record'closing suicide persona rate for male currentI truly great American Herbert the data for the banquet and: ram a City Commute I Cmmqr. Cannlaiton Room \ItaIhacoartfMM
a. \ WI JlD ; : 1.210 11% sJ'Steel peaks.Price I II than three times Hoover was a II missionary the trivet. the ea.. *. Cowty. Agent Wilbur Fusel [ *. "
'STcal Ed"3H.,1.0! j JM *, rubber, tobaccos aUna > rose ta moderate trading more .-
'* 011 01 ___ IOO1 07% bedding material and oa the American Stock Ex- that for female

'f. On, and S lOOb; 42% 'drug. Joined ii the advance., change.ulaf

'f.- dug.-. ... M 21 Aeroipac* defense stock 'bonds showed govern- New Editor Ed Sullivan ACCI Cornelia .
4. i Utfl __.- US' 08% aside ,front United Aircraft a general e. I

J ';.., "-". <0% dicit Teas a faint -dnmur.d Ugfter trend. i Named For I .
'lblewateTS". '36% i
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'per .K*_-_,. ,40%' Health Center Obscenity on

.*.... Pac.j- tIJOa '44% Gator Recruiter I' ...- ''\ -- .
thM Air L sl..=i-W '84% y y
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UUm .110 It, Appointment ef Mrs. Georgia C Ism dark 11mW'By Sullivan appeared to be upset wkoa he nas camera

jfiTwawrul-i: .. % nTells A. Chota* as Health Sciences, VAL ADAM after Naive left the.stage but ta Had a* eaawaeal
:Editor for the University ..1Firld.'u bout what had happened "1 saw flaw Md lid to
Lamb-.7O, 30% NEW YORK Ed Sullivan accusedarkl* Masosi ) "
SrftJnta LM' ,49% of Problems J. Hills Miller Health day of having made "obscene'geetm'aKJBW*** a his my stomach, Sulllvm said .Moeday'Istdepkoaa. freo Los
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'&&6 television. show and canceled the eamedaM. $41JM ear
,,a.Hb _...:_J 71Wi'J' Dr. Samuel P. Martin, Provost tract for ate app. rMcee. Bib Pracat..prodtew af Ibe Cofcmvbla Moat said mat after the slow Relies, wafted ever to
-' u II Florida boat Alabama hiSaturday gotten to.Florida. the Health Cantor. Broadeaettog System program said Maaso weald not be. him used "filthy language" and sold 1 sip cutesy.yw
'4 :ova 1. aIIIHI8 9 *OVI e.a red tasscaleeavll recruiters win go an Mrs. Chota, presently sews paid the nj99 lie was to receive for his *t..*Blaat* (MMlogue .la tow. ........MUrta denied. Maya kw bail asasfe.MIa

_raw YOM ran.-- ...naw.ieii wtl bo because ewer the country to watch ant and feature editor for the Unt- last Sunday..... I HireeL As lot the charge ef filthy lenguap. .. ...
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4 maser ewes MNerr fII ...... .... the Galon an >rawing rated Smith ventty'i DMston of InformaUoaal sis- ehargoi- -feowMiM with lie had .been .toad at dM not Ndd W.........1 : -
Met Sufllvm and the
... ..... .. .. -- ..... -and trying hard, HorSes (lain a promising player. producer
-- ... .. .. ..... aU. UF actively reerdti ta terrines, ones her "effeaetvo eeodort. nsubordlnatioa and gram swvlalbs] from GI.In,1I11 verb* ef what bad heppened, Precht said..:
bet) SBMta. CT recruiter, told
M M ueew w1Mwer new duties Nov. 1. She replace/ after dries rehearsal tad MM ho "During dross rehearsal, Sundsy afwraaeiii
= e_ material agreed upon" t, Jackie bad lots
ewe ..esi ,Caav *)IS 'JEaateig* Ouh' Fiends Georgia and Alabama.
Branch who.
.. David
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:Anna Land UAmer Normally, the school I works Before becoming The Incident that M to the charge of e6ieeaffy'ioear d we always ask eeeasdlan to drop political Jokt*
FIdeI jIe _. Smith wa* tavttod to apeakMUFiwowtt trough a boy1 (each, Lath me University staff ta 1989.Mr a lekvtolosj. peach by Prestdeal JaV wtildi basso K* a touchy ...... Cd-WBed ts-Jorto. .,aboM
;'Anwar Hedta.s :iAmer .; .BotBMa> MY *. Chaise served eo no staff Barter the Suffivaa sic*w at lie bad.way ...... I::3s this altar rehearsal and dry west near tub af awssMertsl
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Mae Its 2TIahessas' an peppered ksa wltk eaw* Thai year. SO athletic ackotardwsowabes.sO.tls. .. Atlaata Jooraol, the .clsck. ,f. the tadle the performance w. ........ eortiswli to be ....... The sew material wa* m M CM ass
...... u.1ft ha.t $sh.doa gasae.l bee..es _wTeR and. the When the aetwork ...... to fltt OJaOaVw show which Jackie could rued sties .*.. a.w sae tat ts1a0

DhuskW. 1i SfiSnSKmfrmto IMC anion w.jfidaiiiVlag. CUmetviOa SOB. watt 99Z: ; 'Maeea was ks the CM. ......*"-eg Mo assn.Ilk .' the show WM ea the air. I lotieod thus stir Jaeklo oX
itMaty Mr ChoIM / the signal to go off fca ..... .
_t.> .Tao seed CM ta far A aatlvo of Aflaote L taahig asassrlal ttal bid
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aa-. Beak II'c.u ;ansut a0is/eeMd. year ta a member ef me AmerV Sufltvao moved M state awl ad U atMM f9m, and not ben agreed ....." '

I Pus r 20741 raakod CrhBMa Tide, ta what cMCoOeojaPaUkRelatioMAsoctattoa. *- bid ... two-ftafer. akfrUaf Meg' drt1W two Pre ht said the,CQIDICIIatI hMerpoiatod ,lake*,.about the
;des.... p''...;;Z.Ihra1 .._ aw bo Ok* aathwrt hsg gasasfMwal01FIrtwihWM -We weald Ob to Miss Mat ta active ta dvictjork minutes togo... After aa taterral SvIBvas] Mf (/sae flagar.sjjyriB bderal MverawMwL',ttelng "T.,'' 9jf rrnMairispeeck
.InM ..L.t *tekolr*. toe /u 111aebs, aad ta cwrready preaVeioctof .l eUyaiMaMwaMIrtlM. (>.((.|..- ,ia)was very in......* Vofht.sst /Q 1Maeea.

..... a foapl of goad OBI OB* Cataanilsmm. '"'he ..... ...... ..... err I (tartd m_ 'JakeaJ who to 33. year ..., dialed Hat he boil BMwaaasgmmeat
eat NPherast ds W tit>dekagspt4et etal sbsat 29 g M = slot......."Mae* solo...,.,. |/.i;'n [}Mf i-i tjhoal afl.ta* matortol ho ..... at.stn .*
( = :mhrsrenr.. ..' -= ytetfI' ,'WwfloW W *t**aiUA m A- aVlVHol M- ijV m tde mud I***. ".' .ii : orTb

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,....s UNplats. ---f I .Ok* ......,,.WomoB's bad BOOB ",.cue, tots ef fiapn Mot, rytttog I read eo tadayBlgM I hod asad kder* N
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GnIII' ..rtea s 9. wsaW al BatiusHj of Maoaa .... dowsed Ur. ace at the.faanro. ,,*> said (M for several yean before n hiaajiigjaj Bjataat tart aBighKtah 'l'II"

GIll .... fie r .. -..... ptebeur$6 ......, lie,' ... ahead of Oa ...... tl, at .... ....., he* srpoarH oa !Os* .OBSWVM akow *Mtyhssfaylat

-Johan.. --. 1 hW Bljr' W,'.Bwo,..U k aiy aM.-.ho .....! u;:......... espresaahag. snares .4.96 is l'r.i aadi '

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11 Gel"n.nl. Sun Tuesday, OctO" 20, 1944



NamesIn Retarded Child ,Program Burns HasNamesake I SEE bythe WANTED .


Described to CiyitansSidney >I .
the News .
\ On Campus t \'

Education for retarded Littler School I ; tn d ; SUN'POLICE '
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS programs HAVE YOU ,:'/'
Here are the pronunclatlonlof children were reviewedby Mary Loa McEver Divisloa 0Rehabllltatioa 1 There's a special campaign .. .1'

the names In the new Kremlin local rehabilitation worken counselor. for Hydon Burns ID Calnetville. .. .. *
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at Monday's Gainesville Clvltan FIRE REPORT Springs; William Green, .
lineup: The local Qvllan group belpisponsor They share the same name. Accident Roundup Chiefland; Estella DuBois
meeting.
1" Leonid Brnhwt new first Speakers Included Tom Glenn the Sidney Lanier claw. Young Haydon (Bill) Burns i Involved in accIdents reported Hawthorne; Ella Partln, Bron- ANY OF THESE '
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of the Soviet Comm for retarded children b tweei
I secretary e I ,
Gainesville
the Police
University by son Carrie I -
Rehabillta. Jr., a freshman at the ; Pogue, HighSprings
of the Division of ,}
nut Party Leh'+need Bree- seven and nine. Mrs. Pafanlnl, and the Alach if.d .
t Department u a John
I lion Mrs. Corsmae Paganlnl 1, of Florida, heads I central ; Vancey Sr.,
eh -nyef.J ; who teaches the eight pupils. publicity committee for the, County Sheriff. Office during DISCHARGEDj
I education teacher at
f I Alexel Kosygla new premier special outlined toe program. Jacksonville m.yor'lipberna-; the past 24 hours were: Myron HekUngsfield,' Carla. THINGS TO 'SELL? .

i \ -Ksw see' ghln.Aaaitis Glenn who discussed the local tonal drive.' Frank B. Mathews, 138 SB10th McCoy. Charles George Mrs.

Mlkeyaa i Soviet AF Recruit needs for the retarded cbildreo'i In an Interview with the student SL and Johnnie Wilcox, Nora Derblew and baby girl"

1 president Ahn'ab-stahi. Mee- Team Due'AtUniversity program In Aladma County newspaper Florida Alligator -IOU NE 38th Ter., at 1.8: p.m. Andrew Sapplngtoa. Jessie TJwyll Bring You Extra Cash.

I said the goal Is to provide ... this week Bums Jr. said Monday la the toO block of-E. Bryant, Magnolia Hodge, I ''i
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." koy.ho'Boys' I ices for I"ItardtclJllOpJe through bi father wasnt to* dujtrestedover University Ave. Frances Sculley.COUITHOUII. l' .. uf..(. !
.. W. Parker Newberry
: existing facilities, such as Charles Hollers charge ICMM
sand
1 ; Choir An Air Force officer selection schools and Sunland,: to. avoid bout a million dollar Camllo C. Samoyoa 12311 O11. 541. I..a Rugs ':; "'

# team will visit the University of duplication. account to Nassau. NW 4th Place at I p.m. Monday 555111 K. 11.511a5.M-. )OrM L ,.... ..' ,
NW 13th St. and 3rd AM .
He said be knew about the at fl.
Galnervllle Boys'Club members Florida Thursday and Friday to ....... Guns
I M. 0.5551 O. 'Id\o
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Glenn said the cost of keeping bank ledger photostats two Francis W. Wood, 10M 'NW .... .' .. officers
f gave a special performance -accept applications to .... ..... .
j a retarded' child at home weeks ago.. 14th Ave. and Doyal P. Roberts w. A.. NIs/1" v""' W. Mlgll.r..w r1 bo't.!
today at the Waldo Road raining school. rmwn v. LM A. *kto.WMMI I ,
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of clubhouse for visiting nation I costs two-thirds the total of institutional The Jacksonville student said ,RL 2, at 4:1. p.m.' Mon- .. e. McNlH v. *.111II! A. MlMl. ,.. ., ; Tools; .'F II/n./
''t A. D. Cothrsn Air In 1 In the 2300 block of NW 13th ,5 5.5. .
member Gordon Jeffrey Tech. Sgt. I care. addition, he he has no political aspirations day OIVOTI eMM ; ,1 ..

I of board Toledo Ohio. Force recruiter in Gainesville. said, home care .Is more advantageous and plans to go Into public relations St. ,- wlif_, a M.,.CMM..... y.... Own J.rry L.CKmri.J Twe. .. "II '! ',. Boats /I.1JiId.
will be at the In Models A. Fitzsommlns 203 h i II'S '
said the team the 0505
helping re when he graduates. .
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II also will visit the local M c..u50. of. ,
Jeffrey
UF student center both days larded child develop to his fullest E. University Ave., Eraa F. ohm MMI aMMiUnllM .. ",ntf Y.1
Moose lodge on his Gainesville 1:30: am. to 3:30: p.m. capacity. (User IMS NB 13th Place and ) kw.n IMWOTCI.Ci.
tour. He Is a national oflclal -, By, Coincidence Burneu A. Barrington Hawthorne i S o.1.M"=tornlMwn.MM) 1 4S. .. f.
About M to 79 students sign According to Glenn l It costs e......, 155 6
organisation rs..rI
MOON Sw5ss
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of the at 1:40: a.m. Monday at Books
LOUISVILLE, Ky.: (AP) ... emScy .
MMCMMI L. M
9 t up for the training program .600 I year to provide training Policeman' Delmar Blackwel D 1ItII A. and 6th St. ... .,.,......... -WMM..... .....-> .?:' if :

"I each year, Including two orthree for retarded children m the public drove tip to an Intersection and Gloria G. Johnson, 2050 NW Bftrara1--,1.IIeIM"-JMM 0..,.. 015011111.. Plants ,* .j
coeds, Cotbran said. school system and the coat 1M.....WII, O.I/rwNN.
was surprised to sec his maroon 35th Ave. and Jim I* Cooper Pr1ec11 MerM 11. '51511. ,, .. I
flAIl to the state for Institutional '
., Persons who complete the officer care convertible go by. The officer 130 NW 16th Ave., at ':35 aj& Vllto, PMllM. jMMtll draMAi M SITNilMick : "' i
i for the retarded Is $,000 a year. driver JMVw,5.1 N55M C_ ... ...... Pianos '
training programs are I apprehended a 14-year-old Monday at NW 6th St. and wills /11150. P1sr5N. $.,., 5L 015. r. j
r MOW! i ADULT IHOCKIU commissioned second lieu Programs for older retarded who was accused of taking 22nd Ave.Helena. vet's. Stoves ''",

era o.. see SOTM tenants. Students who go all the students at B De b boll Junior the car from a dealer's lot, E. Lockero, 319 NW MIl Jaw a aiiMniito.VMM M AtadNM.. 'PlfiMy <. M

I I asses ,"'h.* 'LATI...*"111 way. through tot UF ROTC High, Lincoln High and Gainesville where It was left to be serviced. 19th Lane and James D. Smith, I AI-....... ...... L StorM woe M. .II.A .: "' *, ,

.1 i )program should not sign up for High were also discussed. Orlando,'at 690: am. Mondayat = Radios -i
j'j'I I WANT MY LOVER rl r5 _....,. 1. 115.55550PSM ,,' .
the training project.Opportualtltlll"l .
/ N. Main St. and Ith A,.. 1.5115155 55 NiwI0sr ", .'
Tarry Sails IKdyMtor, SI. ?
open for Better Season for ''Fair George Z. Ralnhard 3837 SW 511',' LMI aM NNrs.1.. 5L 5555.V Skates ,j!?

'j, careers In scientific, technicaland 1st Ave. and Glenn K. Brooker, C11551N W5yM TI., SI, O11a..VNN. 'Y

administrative fields or for 1235 SE 22nd Ave., at 1015p : M5Nes Jsy AS.Nw. >ft OrMiily OihMWl.Jr.. Trunks ,:;
WkMqu1
. pilot or navigator training for Ahead?, Couldn't't Be Worse! .m. Monday In a private driveway O Xbwnlllt=": Ilfp .N "WHIlMM, =: Vp'I; r ,I.J

male seniors. one mile north of Calmsvine. WHIM/ LwrNt HwrkM, V ..holm '
1 M 4r. AIM Amtm. M. S1Ww. Jewelry ,\tN) \
NEW YORK (AP) All'of. 40 million visitors and the Fta .. ,
Seniors who wiO l be gradua -| 31ls4 cw 01fflN P. .....:...... .. *,'ITM (':)
ed in December April or June Wai of the Florida World's Fair Ida pavlUlon expected to fret t DWI 55111 C1ei ,..... sus ONn..r111.C5rr11150 \ '

I ,r : are united to'visit, with. the pavilllon predicts next season 110 I million, but as the first hal r Frank B. Mathews, 138 SE taltw II Ardttr.Fagan Hum.M, ,,... ADM MM Bicycles ? i 1

THIY CALLED HIM 1tIeetJ..1IIm. will be much better for the fair. of the fair ended Sunday nigh. ..1 t 10th St., was arrested *1515. ;. 5550, 11, 5111.51104. MIlI. ,1't' ,
h p.mw .1r51 ".......... IL ........,. 1
TV Sets
f PAST IDDII" "It can't be any worse" said only 27.1 million paying custom Gainesville police at ':32 ;1ri'I

: JAW NEWMAN Earl C. William L.' Stensgaard u J the ers PI visited the lot. Se I Monday and charged with drlv .5 :: 1"
t tI May :
t t THI HUSTLER $.5 million Florida exhibit minion toured the state exhibit,, tog while Intoxicated.Fire to Give ClothingCameras I i. :':: '
:
I I "' according to Its officials.Stensgaard .
tqultdblt"Llf, closed until the fair reopens next Cans ',.1
Th AmxoneiSocliry
aid the Mon Talk .
FRIDAY of ale United' Stotn April 21. pay I At 140: a.m. Monday, a Zoning
STARTS
Richard' Wldmork Ness ew.e NOT Y**, N.Y. Stensgaard, executive vice and Ita neighbors will ask tin I flooded heater at 411 NW 15th '..' ; 'I
'I v fair corporation to drop the I t City Attorney Osea Fagan. will
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; 1111 LONG SHIPS" .'2-3576 president of the Florida State St.At A '
admission charge around tb I address of nt i.!
L Fair Authority AId Monday, 1:12: p.m. Monday a flood a group municipal 1 .

".. need a sales manager I Florida pavilion and take the admission ed heater at 712 NW 2nd St.. attorneys next week on sousing '?'

mean the whole fair. We are after I visitor, crosses I At 7:26 p.m. Monday, a floods at the Florida Leegne of Mu- Furniture ,. .

selling I'commodity and we the Long Island expressway ed heater at,1101 NW Sib Ave Iclpelities convenUoa In Jack .. t

! h N.Ob1NJl1uhIiIfl ought to advertise It an aroundfor other sections of the fair. GENERAL HOSPITAL' sonville. Livestock ;jt t "
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better weekend attendance," While pavilion workers and October 11,14 More than 1,000 city officials

:, The fair looked for nearly Florida alligators, porpoises andhlblt' BIRTHS In the stale are expected to at- Diamonds. \, ;
100-foot tower will
orange
Notice \VNoea PKT TNWNAM ,
Mr. and Mrs. Denver Stephens -tend the conference, Including
LAW be lit at night with a winter .
r ....... t" ......, Olv15 MN Mw .N. P. 0. Box 734, a boy; Mr. speakers Sea. George Smath- \i
for commuting New Fish Poles
........M. 1MNWN N.505p III Ia11a.55 message \
and E. Harris
Mrs. Justice
William Chief
I 'NMI. Bird High ers,
rather
IS lOIS 51511 TNT Yorkers: "Wouldn't you ,
C net Springs, a boy Mr. and Bin. Drew and columnist Drew Pear- j
Cr Sea,., III M CNy It eMMWlIM' Pu, be In Florida nowT" ; .
r IM, teases H mlilir ... MM. MM James K. Ryle 4317 NW 33rd son. Used Cars y'
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vim/ IM curs rtiiw e. CwrtMKtHM IIc Y 4.ttAuto
Hence TO amoeasTM Ct.. lilrl Mr. and Mrs. Ron. .e
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ii ArtMr A The convention Sunday '
AIR CONDITIONING PAIW. MALIAUDaIvNotDL eoLBiN a JONSIAmnwyf City. ..... MM lit OM III MV5TlM ..: aid Cason CMefland, a boy; 'Tires ;''h ll
N1d111 SNIT. I l5. '.,.M. I is'. and ends Tuesday. ,
\ for efficient air condition *t LM ....... 15,1155 ....... ,1.11 I'";: Mr. and Mrs E., W. Wester "t 1
Call\ quick
I h REPAI R Ins or ut heater 'ini III MUM flcam4MMM MM MTMlNMO MM .N'In MiitriiMiili Umwwltan N.iMNill I* M. **bull!I:: Jr., High Springs a boy.ADMITTED NOTICe 0*. BALI Aquariums 'r] :: I

\ TValmd' .,jperleflced. O.SMYNN5511.. m MIMf I* flrM MMTMM win",, TO M40M n MAY COMCIONtV'S ,
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5 r t rotes IIOTlC' ,C"IN'oes IMIr FMMMM N*. W. MM July ,I]. Mrs. Rebecca Bottomely! Mrs. .1551110, 11.555 v.5kl.t If" CINMII 115 '
Radio dlipatchfd trudti 24 Hour service IN 'M' COUIIT 0' TN' COUNTY SINMMM/. I. A_. Ptorku ...r MT UfAllMtf will N MM. "I fuHf Row Boats ,: :)','
Service 011 a l makes of JUDO'. ALACMUA COUNTY ILOCMINAPa05ATS. m InchiOT MUtftry' mlBMrMr Dorothy Stephens Mrs. Georgia Ml* M Mt. AM .' IK* M KM tnk '.
AMERICAN ...... ,_ N mi: 15511 .1115. .4 f
Ph. 376-8268 I 5555 lr. to M In l 5 ll.l SrwilMMptaftrty Ryle, Mrs. Edith Smith i Kr 5,.. OllMWlllt o octMw., ,.....*. Th* .515555. 1 A,1,
i 1 CONDITION NeICO.. 'N 55, ...... NLONNIS rMrtw "*IO| PON PIRN AFPAHATUI" Mrs. Mildred Burnham Mamie 'Nw .... *lll k* MAIN H lie 1111. Golf ClubsTypewriters :
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TO "ALL C..INTOU AND PISONS untH Hi* NMH SMtom MiMMr* TkMNw Amsler, Mrs. Minnie Crisp. ... MK II Ml.* IMMr MMtW OK MM ;
HAVINO CLAIM OH OSMANOt ,.... KflM. II IM CM M MUM X MM IMHwl
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AGAINST AID IITATIl" 1 c....., City ....,. Ar Mr. ,....... Irvin Gellner. Bertha Murphy, M ...H MlWKtlM .< UK MtMIC, 1,:' \
V.. MM MCll II nu ere ..... MH- TM City Cwncll ,.... IM SHIM. ", Mrs.' Erma Pennlngton, Clarence ... *!y.-'y."rc' *"* Crab* ".*. ,
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the Mal 115A5rW 11 ....151 rv nlwt DM 504 Sill! to fur 5.55. 55.5,11 DsI1.sv. 5.0055*. 1km.' 'brio "
... omM1. eNl15551. Nyye1a. N 5.515 .. CMM MI Hwy :..n to :1. IM M* Hillard Etta Wood, Edward _..I.. /,1 51111154 II 504. am/s Motorcycles '
al UitoiMii N IM CWy N ArtMr.tMcMkdtoM _II. ANy Iwrp 150 M MN 11 ;
ro'NNr.A 15.555.501551 James ;
\ Adam ,
M ira W /lie,' M4 my hMwral Mussel- will rsmle. 0.eIe Is. : !
YOU KNOW MN CMMV 11 IM Cwnty JMH H I Iran IM .Nlc. IM CIH I ICu white, Mary McDoanld Mrs. 5VinM r5 5WIN1y. 5./111 5..r N. 1wk0 Used TrucksRefrigerators
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M. alert MUM MM. CMMly MirMi M. .. ... IHOSMAKS/ Wendy Price, Mantle Ben Mob- .....
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A LOAN BuggiesElectric
1515 NN 11501 N modsam Mal 1151se115 WHOM_ IT MAY StrtoTM. MUIMMIJUM Mrs. Elizabeth: Cason. Chief. MM II:N .;
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MISS'S II e 5151,5155 111 1511N vvw.0 .51'x.11551 M :
II 55 150 4.1,15Mu .1151. 5 INS CPww5 : land; Linda Bird. High Springs; Motors
515-..... im toy well. cMMWILLCOX fI will M MMJM'jllHIfM ,-.-, '
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AMr.p, us550511, -. 11 5IP ,15.15 N 555 .5505551 PKTiriOUf NAMfIKNM Farm Machinery '.' t tInfant's
L And It's ConfIdeltlelI nMktlKH. Octww M HMm ,5555 ..11..5111 II 5511.lwur; .5,555 11 MIM, 015,111 :
l NN. 551 III Ik 11155 555551 .11 1111 ( N y5Mk51M... IIMIta .1. .50. 55555 /1ss-y *55 . 550 5115 II 555-' .
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11111 Willie 5.1111115 5q N.'. >_, 5 Mlty. Mtll. pint il. 0._ 'isa.9
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will N51111 IMM tor MV -.,C* 50r O.u. M S.Mi5.. ,....... .... \fill :: ,..... ': Office Equipment t
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CVIT CMMT .*. 11.015. 15..11 1 11sper II 505 1.11 Sy 5511111,., II tilt .. 5550
I 1 1 N,'JKMITN JUDICIAL CIKUIT IHN 550/110 hll. e. .. 55/15 55.5Auea Sports Equipment
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t ,.I (if''wed, 'Cross Spent.. $800 Giving Aid in Hurricane I Easy Way to? Kill Reaches, and Ants I


t 5 y STEVE VAUGHN I cane .'brought rain and floodshit $800 possible, Indirectly, .we "There- was no limit to how first aid instruction, including,, donated time to help the local
machinery of the Alachua the county: the United Fund. much we could have asked for." school bus drivers and a group chapter during 1963.
Qapter> of the American Red Don Mason, chairman of the For the fiscal year ending In Mason aid the rest of the from the city; utilities plant. Only full- time employee here
I, ) ,1 f tags. another local agency chapter;;said over $800 in food June?the Alachua Red Cross $10,2tt .if for administrative e* The Grey Ladies are trainedto is Mrs. Mary Medlin, executive
I t feenejHUng from United Fund, and clothing was distributed to received $10,230 to rank third ponies and financing three main work in hospitals and In the secretary ''and home service di
I wej-ln M gear when huntfamily needy persona here. Hiking the among county' agencies aided programs tint aid, water Sunland Training Center., rector. Mrs. Medlin Is on call
t : : L:; by the fund. Some, 45 per cent safety and Grey Ladles run All instructors.. In the pro- 24 hours per day to help overseas
= w of this amount, $4,803.50: was by the Alachua: chapter.The grams are volunteers service men contact their
sent to the national Red Cross I Mason said about 75 persons families In the area.
as part of a "national disaster, chapter also runs Red J
Finds New Home; fund." This percentage is sale Cross activities In the western

yearl). half of Levy County, but Levy LIFE TIMEMUFFLERS
Dollars Local chapters can call on the work Is financed separatey
1 cited Fund Help
.. national pool for disaster tulle through several hundred dollars
money. From it came the $100. per year collected In spe.
E5C man, hli wife, and children lived in a boom, rented, "We could have gotten more'clal yearly drives there. NON' TRANSFERABLE
i ::riUF: Newnan's Lake. I we'd needed it," Mason ..ald.IT'S Mason said wen over '1,000 INSTANT. CREDIT T. Nekton of ....t. Credit Cards Bnuk M OHM ..Lull.,HmtthtJOHNSTON'S
( rm: A.man wu self ., employed, ,working as ,a salesman benefited from NO-ROACH i Simply I brush Johnston'*
no'tapporthls family. ., .. ? BADANYWAY persona water No-Roach in cabinet to control cockroaches, on silli to
( :::The-hurricane came, bringing with It wind and rain, and safety and first aid Instruction stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective foe
I. the lake flooded. The iweUIng waters almost completely coveriJTtfii here during the 1963 fiscal I GAS WEL months. No nerd to move dl h-. Harmless to pets
man's houoi.ZT3l ., year. The!programs were run "emember.: No-Roach means !roaches.! .
'LL continuously throughout the
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'nun WM not .rich. The Alachua. County Red Crow step- NEWTON, Kan. '(AP) Gen. year. '
: iID4: 114 NW. 13th St: Phase 372-1419
Schertz, clerk DIXIE I
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him for Several groups were given AVAILABLE AT ALL _STOKES .
fey gave him food and clothing. They.gave gas' pi service company, ul I d an
a I, > Scar.They helped him find I new home to rent.men Irate customer: entered her ofIke .
'they left- to go" help"somebody' .else.' ;tossed a bin on. her desk,
and said, "This ga* bin .li too
Ugh." :
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-. electric company.1 ,,
If 1(1" .errr... ;: "Iff still too high,", the man
: ''I \ ftrfHE ASSOCIATED PRESS Colonies, pledging not to lm- declared he
u picked upthebill
i j may ii Tuesday, Oct: 20, the port goods from England or and left. .. '
_=day of 1964. There are 72 tea,coffee, or molasses) from
dS;Peft in the year, her colonies.
A assay's highlight in htstoryiICOIis : In' 111','a defeated Germany VOTE
J' I ? date in 1944? Gen. seceded to'U.S. President ION 1T-
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BBsHs% MacArthur returned to Woodrow Wilson's demands and :
: 1\\ I IBCZlilllppInei. Two and 'onehjttJiars recalled her U-boats from the I
i before, he left Us be- Atlantic. shipping Jane;.
I 'I kmnwred forces by direct orJe73 In 19M, the British liner l BURNS
i'] I President Roosevelt, go- Valerian sank !In. a storm near I
fltt-Xt Australia to organize the Bermuda with the loss of 14
CouaUrblow. lives. .
:1 :: n.1h1I date ., I In, INS, Cen'Dwlght: D. Elsenhower ,1' .ALL-FLORIDA, V
: 1 1 ihC3774, S3 members of the recommended'"deItructlon COVERt OR'H _
formed of I. G. Industry _
t Cfengnental' Congress r -Fal'bel\ ., 11 Air.Nr .
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NEW YORK (AP) Former President Herbert Clark Hoover died at the age of
90 in his New York apartment today after a long illness.
Hoover's condition took a turn for the worse Saturday when he was stricken with a
sudden and massive Internal hemorrhage from the upper gaatro-intestinal tract.
His two sons Herbert Jr. and Allan Henry were with him in his 31st floor suitein
the Waldorf Towers when he died.
The body of the Slst President will lie in state for two days in St. Bartholomew's
Episcopal! Church on_Park Avenue. Then, after memorial services it will be taken by
tram w Washington for a service -
In the rotunda of the Capitol.

Burial will be in a national 30-DAY MOURNING

park at the site of a small cottage -
where he was born In West WASHINGTON (AP) President. ........ proclaimed todaya
Branch, lows, In 1874. .day period ef moenlag let former Presides Herbert
Heever. He averted Oat the AsMrdas flag. be flown at half
The St Bartholomew service
staff at Ike While Home, ea an halkhagt. greases, lid cavil
will be similar to that conducted -
vessels ef Ike Mtba aad al embassies. sad ether facilities
for his wile, Lou Henry abroad. .
Hoover, 20 years ago in the
taint church. She died at the
age of 70.Thole chief executive, was M years chael J. Leporte. It said:
close to Hoover said he and I months old w"he" died; "President Hoover October
stole his Hoover W yean and 2 months. Ml 14. tone 11:31: sjn."
was through Illness
Hoover, a Republican was
never complaining of pain. The announcement of Hoov president from 1121 through
Only one other former president er's death was written en Wat 1931
EX.PRESIDENT HOOVER dorf Astoria Hotel stationery by
John Adams, lived longer.
The Great
Deparesilon set hi
1957 photograph taken at N.Y. speech
his personal physician, Dr. MI-
Adams, the nation's second during his term and he was

,succeeded by Franklin D. f

1 live Roosevelt an active but life he to continued hununltarM to)- ." .. v
lke 8S9.ryN iki ill n worked fa A Wiilr-the First 'dad y '

1t IF" ,. .. '... ; "' l "Work?: was :3otof.'life' President... .... Hoover shown with their dor I5
GETTYSBURG. Pa. (AP) couldn't oae much of a fighter "could. envision potential trouble cause now you bare a country" ballad It "the" to Washington' on June. IS, 1932,.in final year of kbdontlal pn k.
Former President Dwight D. ,plane No, I think that until they If or when Peking begins to that very definitely said tt was '"ills and pills. He worked almost term.GOP. 'C' y
Eisenhower says "I am not one get any real nuclear capability develop. a stable nuclear capac going to take over Formosasite to the end. $ .
of those who feels too good they might build defensive ity. ( of the Nationalist Chinese Repeatedly, during his Jitter
about Khrushchev being re weapons." "A it begins to develop, the government) and ,they win ba years, he had fought off serious. to Sue FCC
moved." However, Eisenhower said he tension begins to mount, be- 'delighted/ torfS'B 'by wart sUments./ .
Eisenhower sail. Hoover said In a birthday
With the momentous changeIn "That was one of the big boobies message Aug. 10 that "&hilt, ,
the Soviet government, IM between Khnthehet to America's abundance was Its Claim Suppression
added: "The Russians csa go themselves. He aye Vea.' freedom.

either way. They can move do this by war.'Bat I ton,.,If "Freedom Is 12th pit IN,
closer"to, us or closer to Red that altuatlon develops, then I nt. WASHINGTON (AP) Republican an effort to overturn Monday"
China. think Russia woafci be a tttle National Chairman ruling that the Presldenfi tok
Eisenhower discussed last / more scared than. we." Tributes paid Hoover, Dean Burch says President vision-radio broadcast ea air
week's developments In the Asked whether. hs thought picture of early life ea Johnson's nationwide address time provided free by the networks .
Soviet Union and Red China In i there might. have been say connection Page II."Freedom. Sunday night was "purely politi does not fan withal sjk.'
an interview with the The Associated between tilt atomic cal" and the government's refusal equal! lima provlflons ef It '1

Press to his Gettysburg .e'1'. .:explosion Red China and the Is the open window to order equal time for Commtmlcstlons Act Burek. .I
office. t:1': ,,,F removal of Hiklta I. Karashchsf Sen. Barry Coldwaier amounts said Monday night -
through which the
He emphasized that be has .,, ,, tw ss bead of tile sovietgovernment of the human pours spirit and sunlight ef Ito Information "suppression and The RepubUcsn chairmM
official
had no briefings from "
BbMohower. replied human dignity." manipulation. charted the hntnlstrstloa with
i quarters and repeated several .. : i The COP will sue the) Federal news suppression sad spfftlsd
times "We are Just speculating": ,.' 1 wouktal tttok thai wiaidbe. Depression As president kit when.the the nation",.t hi Commrmfcatlon, Commission In for funds to Unsaee a baJf-bear

among ourselves DOTS.the You ... .. nun II eat Imp, Hoover endured much broadcast b1'GoIdnIIr, ..
to
He spoke rapidly, manner
of a man who has been tbef must htM. engaaatftd'a abuse but he lived to regain GOPpreeldendalednaada/ 11..11..
W sight 1 Johnson's
retat short
thinking a good deal about the ( I rpti4O coup esTawnaiy wide affection and esteem as a
5 notice to a rspkj tlmt.ltowtog "free program" was wads
topics under discussion. wise, humane elder statesman
weU of the development this about half s minion dollars, hs
The former president said he He was sought out for counsel said. =
.have courseddance -
might happened by
believed It would take the ChInese r ;,
by Democratic officeholders,
right. at the same tome : as Burch spoke on NBC on .Unto
Reds several years before 1z t "But I don't think this particular :- well as Republicans. Countless II provided without charge by OM
they become a formidable nuclear i..y J friends end admirers came to
csptostoa and thai ether network after k. CPIs and AM
power.Answering. ',., love him as a man of Immense "had rejected his that
he thing were .very closely con request
a question, nected." '*-., .. sympathies and gentle! wit Goldwsler be given equal ttoja
said: "I would think It would Eisenhower Inieatsd that he Even his pave IHneates' of recent to match Johnson's .,.....-
take five years to be a realty has bean esamtatof a si.ttbiV ties did not stop Urn on free time- and the FCC had
because of
significant thing one
from leisurely conversations backed their decision.
of polls factors hi IIno.1Id. up -
"have to wort
the big things they
espulstoa ss4 ssttt with callers sod from keepingwo After Burch spoke. Dents
on is s means of delivery. Andas Sweets for the Boys "I know that ba MSJU.| to secretaries at work with f crack National Chairman John
for a means of delivery,theybavenl his ..... ...
coasttaOf kid mt ha Bailey sent S telegram to
chopA'
plane bigger than afighter Air Force la South VM Nasa will be would
any Ben soon .1IIft''iasih.BjSjm; Until lately, It had token eightof William McAndrew, NBCt via
or a light bomber. lag osi the goodiea baring whipped up by Pat Gibsms them to keep with Us output ,
after I WA tsasv nd I would op president 'm charge ef newt
"The only place they can left and the other esahera of the .
( ), Marty Hardy, But health slowed
the COP chairman haa"talked
that Is flue
Tfes, saying
reach with that would be their Under say. waning
of Florida's
University ) ROTC Aacel Flight. a ban ..
ba reason about extraneous Issues
has
old friends the Russians.. India ;"There to soma BURCH
sposttored tha AraoU Air Society the girto
area for !the out H See BOOVEft Faff S) (eke PVTWII I)
would be the boy.. throwing ass we Page
only other place Ian bakiaf U deaessy of brownie for Ike Phi
see where they would be Lambda Phi fraternity provided bakiaf facilities. (UPPhoto can detormtos tile correct rea-
any good. And even there ) sea than wa would. ksaw hew Meat
you emi duds" Burns Denies He's
Having
lie aid hi den net btfave fe
the Kresntts was*'. .sMsssff.war. I
_Matthews Cites United Fund .., f %) .

I' -At tile tkae tsar were teflt Delinquent Tax Trouble
lie till..... w M 1-.. :
As Example of 'Compassion9sodety 'imu* a M- it ap1..aa4 !
also were esfidtof COCOA: BEACH (APMtane- does sot know whet be is talking from IMA forward were the ...,
verbbs ant MtaaaU OTvjsjV ke tiW aa sjv J evade fibenetorlal ambieeHaydon about," Bums declared. J By NORM LaCOB be said. peatman told his United Fund (sea BE ea Pap .Ill Bums denies he ewes "Obviously it did not come from said. "There was no aneusik
Ion Mtfl Writer "But we need sot only a free audience. _. to income taws, plus aa official of the IRS. even similar! c to their (Of)

compassionate." society one seated, democratic satiety, He said there to so doubt mat Panhandle ......... "There Is nothing even approaching Newt figure involved' -:1
.a which men ears far the ..... we need. a compsseioaato sod compassion. to found to .... He says Me dlff emcee with fad to me story. Burns said K has been repeated
being of each ether,to needed to ety. That b what we are concerned ca goverment. May ,Get Frost me btoraal Revenue service av "It hi a fad that returns during the campaign .that has
America, 0.1. Bap. D. ft. (BfcVly about beret the cca. (See UCF ea Pap I) wire a mm toss) ha wads. hoI my las retime have been sieltf

) Matthew said htonday night )OAsa at the Qritod Faint delve klcfcoabsrheeM UNITED FUND BULLETIN .. toto< Ftorida saafen take M a bas.use hen. la an address ketore tile at.
sine dry Recre- belhtg .. ....... .$ TIM Fart LasAwrdato News to TO FIND IT several Frees dub MeadtaJ ..
IliaD, c.e.r. ly 1DIII.wmf", aas.hi3 a.n., lea .... pa ,1.t bruit tlatrt f1. a copyrighted story Mendsyoaetod Three hundred pernsbeugM TW Aftssneal Gifts aHiistssi ., tha CsJted : as sea IM eOetolss WHERE "there Is sot a fngmeas=-
tickets to the barbecue.Proceeds Fend dttnj boa refected) 1M. jlifcsito stytof Bums owed the nea- truth" to t the story, .: r

weal to me Fund. The tile UF dMvw .... year. ey sad that Iss (erase lax re- Genies: n. 1Claeaiftod Ailed by sewemen to eipkm'
goal GIll year Is $ .... it This be a very ..n...to. b Matthews said. tile sates TIle peal tkto year to f........ assl Uf III IfartsW .. .. ... ester ... IateftehiM, 12OMwartos service, Burns said they cea"
seeds rr.- a.d reepeneihi3ty ...... fMlfl BBBat ....... ..,..y n oar. 'De .e sass .. at .. ef the sew story '. 2 earned s $: ." ben ht kasf
which are ravens seats of ',sad,1bl. ,..... ..sK ... .nt K. '.. .... ; !.r lilt ...., lie Jactssnvftss S3 Opfetoaj fe'e . 4ifH. made to a corporation to wfcB
.a. echo. Ace. easels a .r.. h = mph ssJd the was no truth! t. 10 be said he was a prtortosL Ik;
oar ...... p.eU ale wtappw. : Chaaisr:Tales : eWee..a 41 .... -."'" i; ; to report : .. WoaMe/s .,. . < ad asS eem. a.oorpe.S.i fIM

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By ANN CARTER newsmen," Cambridge sal< "What? The new post office Chew Page 1 i

U of F Student JounuuV "I guess they just don't read ls open already? Good grief," A fIr through WodMidoy. the year the loan was made.
lonlgnt M to M with oolcnei ol froohi
Hey. Gainesville birtd't the news," he added with con- said another surprised m a n "'. Interior. High WodMiooy M N Bums said the IRS contends

R y you Heard?' We've got I' new cern. who wanted to pick up a pack 71. Norm... ond hour MrtMoit Ihli" oMornoon wind, II boconv to IImlloo he was not In the business of
yn btt Post Office. Just then another probable Int noritioMforty. 111* n mOn' M "HourTc
the time.
age.He t loaning money at
At least seven people climbed customer arrived and Cambridge said he knew where the -Fair through Wed- ,

the steps to the old Post Office turned bin away' ,new post office was "ova nesday. Cooler tonight with I The question to be resolved, ;

this morning between 8:30 The man said he read about there, somewhere." (He pointed low 34 to 38 and "chance of he said, is whether he can apply '

and I:43. R. C. Cambridge the the change In yesterday's paper east where the new post office patchy light frost. High Wed w. the entire $35,000 to a cap

elevator operator said 20 to 25 but "just plain, .absentmindedly is located in the recently!; nesday 68 to 72. Northerly ital gains loss for the one yearor

people had stopped by within ; forgot" completed Federal Building in winds 15 to 20 miles an hour,, whether he:can claim only ,
an hour's time. I "It's too early In the morning the 400 block of Southeast First diminishing some tonight and H a '&,DIIO a year: loss for each of

"Many of them were busl- ," he said Avenue.A Wednesday. fivi years.

-- - 24-year-old housewife who or tonight, with tow M to d. HlqWtdnoMloy w5r
M 10 71 Northerly' win' d.: The News itory quoted Its
raised In Gainesville heard
was II to 20 mlnw on hour, olmlnliNrjem. '
More About: tonight ond WodMidoy "y/ source as saying: "On the surface t
for the first time when a became
I F O F"lr through I Wodnndnyor Burns has been ostensibly f
In to buy stamps. with low tonight' N to '5. Hlgt I
Wodnoodoy 71 to 7.. Northorly' wlndiII lumot toooy .y I'M o m. cooperative. The highest penalty |
HooverFrom The Post Office foyer didn't to 2t mom on hour, dlmlnlihln): lunrlM tomorrow .. >> ..'*,31 o,m.Tho ,
Cull "Moon Hunter1) Mow we can levy in a civil case is
look too bare. Actually, it had oomo tonight ,, ,, jf .
toooy ot ':57 m.
H I Folr "'" ugh Wodnoldoy CalM
50
cent. This would
the appearance of being In full with low tnlght 41 I IS. MlgriWoAMMloy ,Th.,, Nona, Vonul U now moving per mean
1 'In mid 70l. NorMwnf5.rf N "ord along the ocllpilc" and mi eta tarns has been told he owes the
Page operation.The I wlndi 11 to N mlloi on hour,, a lltllo north ol K thli wook ItI
dimil000i tonl""' Dme5.I. '. 'In the eemttitlon. ho, government[ almost! $100,000."
: of wildlife
same posters
< .., TI".ATIIIIII" ILSIWNl.5
He underwent surgery for In been made here:today :and it protection, federal tax Information tonight J M"ta 11I0 a.. High W..y WodnonUy L.I If,. ate 'II L Prcw Burns said he has been told
abdominal cancer In Angus,I would take 'too much time to mid 7a,. Norlhwoit h> nnrlh whoa IIto Jnetuonvlllo ,.... .a.. 0 150- nothing of the sort.
and bonds .
savings wIre .,
I II "'" on hour kxrooilng hi 11 I Mi.ml'5
962; made an astonlshlni refer to all of It. But I'll simplify the cork bulletin boards to 20 (till, .,,_. Tam,. ,{.:...,'.,.':':,.?.. : ': "There Is no action pending
on
: ,. ....,
brouht1 I K hi "ough WId..y. L.i Atlonio K U
CAP Wi...... comeback from anemia it for you by saying It's .U 'the same criminals were wanted 'Ighl ,in till 611', High Wed5.1d,I Nnr arisen, ae 39I of any nature,".the Democratic
m mid 70,. Northwnt to north wlndithll i I Boiton ,, n..
Intestinal In
on by bleeding true. ; recruitment pamphlets still incntinq 10 11 to 20 m".. an root. N_ Vmb M a nominee said."The matter Is
Crashes Stag Party June, 1983, and recovered from A tall, pipe-smoking man,. displayed the familiar beam- "' ...MAillNI.... 'Oll.CAIT W..IIIII'Clogs ,ear.'noes 40 45 I still under study and hasn't

I kidney hemorrhage complicated !- Hoover had remained remarkably ing faces; and the old battered VAST GULP, N.the"y wind UM I WodnoMoy High, at 1:07 sent oMin even been a matter of conferences
by Infection In robust, until the series of 21 biota dlm''oII'ng' W.d.. o.m. Low. ol Ml: om. and 1Xfcttuartetf ,
a respiratory
,California coed Candy Hughes, who told of pawIng writing desks still were d'Y, far." 2- yet"When
two "cheat checks" to fain admittance to an all February, 1964. recent afflictions. He main- chained to used ball point pens. conferences scheduled
male smoker last weekend shows how aha was attired Asked how he felt on his Mth tained that a man should not are -
Four In '
more people came Burns said he would deal
for the occasion. At la aa aha birthday, he said, "too old." "retire without some occupation. I ,
left Candy normally ,and were sent down the street appears with a 38-Inch boat. At right la the flat, He didn't make It to the 19(4 to the new building. with the same privilegesthat )
cheated affect and the male wig that passed her Republican Convention In San Ue.14 ss i director or
Cambridge was asked why other citizens of the United
successfully into the "men only" area. Trousers and Francisco, although he bad attended trustee .of 12 educational and "Post Office atranqmgnta win wallaby, will, III round 1mdy Moral NoIIc,. States '
a sign reading have have
tennis. shoes completed the costume. Candy describedthe every other one since scientific Institutions, and took IIIlh"DOH." when they a
smokes u "a complete waatt of time." MS. But "the grand old man part in numerous fund-raisin Closed" wasn't put outside. A H. EVANS Virginia; and two sisters Mrs tax dispute: t" $
of the Grand Old Party" sent a drives. The middle aged man who'sworked MICANOPY Alpheus Homer Robert K. Smith, Hollywood uV
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., .. other
NIGHT OWL .i.t. -. "" ',"'''ir anrell message nothing he hId An enthusiastic fisherman, h. at the post office about Evans, 83, died this morning: Calif; and Mrs. Bonnie Mason, On matters, Bums told I

lttjl offered his last word before, published s book In the spring of 8 years pointed to heavy metal at his home. He was a former Baltimore Md.CLAUDE. the press club;;
e) Actor Jack Kelly once costar < but "this Is really It." 1963 entitled "Fish for Fun." entrance doors. mayor of Micanopy. : -be was tat concerned about
of the television series He had been working on a "In all the years I've work GAMBLE defeating hit Republican opponent
In that he said
message, He was a native of Rhymer,
"Maverick," was divorced r .. ed here those doors haven't' Word has been received In Charles In the Nov.
"peace of the world Is the firs history of the years since 1930. West Virginia, and lived in M 1- Holley,
Monday by actress May Wynn.: .\ obligation of statesmen and His "Magnum Opus," he called been closed" he said solemn for 15 For Gainesville of the death of 3 election. He said he was campaigning
government" canopy years. many Claude F. Gamble 74, Jacksonville .
The married Oct. 14 '
couple win
"to
i Iy. by as great a
.
and that the
19M, and separated last Feb 14. j ,', j ; ; world Issue today Is whether"major itOnce, offering his view as to 1 Cambridge tried to push one years South he Bend was a Oil superintendentfor Co. In West Gamble, Gainesville.brother of Ray A. plurality as possible so I can effectively
,
They had no children. government shall be the servantor why so many presidents and panel of the double doors shut Virginia. serve the people of

Miss Wynn, 33, testified that fiI _. master of .men__." prime ministers became fishermen to Illustrate his point, but It Mi- Mr. Gamble died Sunday Florida."
member of the
n .n He was a In
night a Jacksonville hospital ,
Kelly 36, stayed out all night ''': ,. he said: wouldn't close completely."The As he would workto
Hoover's image was that 01; Methodist Church and governor;
several "When I asked canopy He was known here and
times. conclude that tile reason Is
federal Is thestate's
American Individualism" I government repeal Inventory
,
am
was a past Grant Patriarch of had been employed with the
where he had been; he would that the public only yields privacy sensatlve about things like I tax which he-said times a
of unswerving devotion to coun Virginia person's
of West
4 the Encampment Cox Furniture Co. In Ocala for
say It was none of my business to officials of that kind In that," Cambridge said. "It juswouldn't penenarsroperty over andover
; Independent Order of Odd many years He was a native
she said try."The fishing and In t- and '
prayer
soul of our America," he, do to say the post Fellows. of Suwannee County. again. Re aid the money
said "Is Its freedom ol f; they can't pray all the time. office was closed." fn", that tstj)t'qd In' county
CONVICTEDLI / once At the 1960 Republican convention Survivors Include his widow,I In addition to Ray A. Gamble,
1io' spirit and mind In man." In Chicago, Hoover said Mrs. Callie P. 'Evans; a son, he Is survived by a daughter pension funds,31 think this mon-
Crosby, U His of service ey shouM come from the county
range public More About and all .
sister two
Evans Micanopy a a
then be was attending his last Dr Harry ; brothers
year-old son of .singer BingCrosby government not the state
Included direction of massive gov-
Mrs. Marie P.Evans In'Jacksonville, and by other
one, u he had done at two provious a stepdaughter;
convicted he
itated.
by
was a ernment"
relief operations In World War
brother relatives here and elsewhere In
Beverly Hills Jury Monday night conventions UCF Micanopy; a ,. .;: He., the proposed
Raymond D.. McGraaaiaa I, food administration at home, 'Unless' some miracle come Charles. Morgantown, West the state. opposes
of disturbing the peace. has been named by turtle secretary of 'commerce and board of regents to run the university
from the Lord this Is finally
Crosby had been charged with Publishing Co. officials to (he then the presidency from 1929, be said From 1 About ::: system Florida residents
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battery\ after June Pallnkaa, 48, Carts heard of directors. Hols to WSJ. Cries of "No! No!" came are to vote on Nov. 3
accused him of pushing her offa a former official of the In later years, he made from the crowd. The clamor Matthews cited federal welfare whether to have such a board.

bar stool In a Sunset Strip Las Angeles Tlmet-Mlmr worldwide food surveys for the delayed the start of his speech and aid programs, not only Ike Rut Burns urged them not to
restaurant I for Its own people but for "e too in dee!
compaayr McGraaahaa's appoIntment government was chairman 01the several minutes. He called for a pen.pie hasty making a
Sentencing was set for Oct. 30. was aaaemced nonpartisan Hoover Commission of other nations. He cited sion. He suggested In the future
rebirth of American pride and
Crosby's lawyer.said- he would Monday ta Philadelphia. studying executiveranch honor from Inroads of cynicism. :'several examples of compassionate From Page 11 I Iy the best answer might be y

appeal. operations, and carried 'It was his last appearance government, deeds which I one bomb. So I have the Interview: 1 ; .> a chancellor, working with the I
NEW' JOB on various other tasks. before the party which In 1929 :showed government cared about I conviction that they would not "You know, he had streaks of Board of Control.He 4

GROOM U eeL John H. Glens Jr. One of his .last excursions out had nominated him for the pres I people., I tart a nuclear war. I don'telleve I frankness with me. He told me I believes In academic I,\

"I'm the black sheep of the first American to orbit the 01 his apartment was In May, idency. Hoover won with an "But government compassion 1) they will start one even things and I asked..the CIA to freedom In the schools. ,

family," said Susanna Huxley, earth, has been elected a di- 963, when he spurned his doe overwhelming plurality of ',m,- I cannot take the place of Individual j I we have serious difficultle: check on them ana It turnea out .1.1I
"I've always been nuts for ani rector of the Royal Crown Cola tor' advice against It, and 7t7 votes in the race against 1 compassion," he added. ,with them" Eisenhower said. to bo correct. I I Woman Found

mali" poke at a reception honoring Gov. Alfred E. Smith of New Apathy, complacency, Indifference Musingly and with a faint Turning to the question of the

Miss Huxley, 20, granddaughter Co.W.. H. Glenn, president of the astronaut Ma]. Gordon Cooper York. I! these are the greatest mile, Eisenhower said: "1 atomic explosion In Red China I I Shot at Home

of Sir Julian Huxley, famed company and Jr. A little more than seven I problems facing America, Matthews ,would like to talk to Khrushchev Eisenhower was asked whether A 88. year-old Gainesville

British biologist and author, no relation I to Hoover equated the early months after his Inauguration, I said."Apathy ow. I believe if he could get out he thought this might necessitate ,woman Mrs. Adeline M. Holl-

was explaining why she's workIng the astronaut- pace flights with the bold expeditions the country plunged Into Its and complacency are of Russia, with his family,. he a change with respect to 'man, 100 N,E. 10th St., was In
as a hand on Industrialist said Monday of great explorers worst depression, and one of the nore ruinous to a Democratic" rould like to." American recognition of Peking. serious condition today at J.

Cyrus Eaton's farm In Ohio. She Glenn would I such as Lewis and Clark, LInd- most trying tunes a chief execur society than corruption. he Eisenhower said he would like He replied: "No, I would not Hillis Miller Health Center from

Is in Kansas City to help groom join the soft i] berg and Byrd. Uve ever faced. laid. t o talk over with the ex-premier think that. After all, this wouldbe a self-inflicted gun shot wound,
cattle for the American Royal drink firm aft- : The late President John F. He was the target of bitter Reminding his audience of In- some of the events that had recognition under blackmail, Gainesville police reported.The .

Livestock Show. ter he retires Kennedy paid Hoover a brief lacks. Critics called him adonothing" itences In other cities where arisen In the past and once or under threat". ,) woman was found by her

from the Marine visit at the time. president, although citizen:: refused to aid others hi brought the two men Into a With respect to bringing Red husband Monday afternoon at

Corps with- The son of a small town he lolled 20 hours a day trouble or under attack, he said violent confrontation.That China Into the United Nations,I their home She had been shot I

in the next few blacksmith, Hoover was or- In his efforts to stem the his was evidence of apathy. He developed In Paris, May he said: "Well, I would still say once In the head. .

months. Glean phaned at the age of 10, and spreading economic crisis idded that he does hot believe I,8, 1960, when Khrushchev torpedoed -' this they have never given r Mrs. Hollman Initially listed

Glenn's retirement has been !knew poverty. But he worked Franklin D. Roosevelt people In Gainesville would ,- the proposed summit I'satisfactory explanation of what,in critical condition underwent

delayed pending his recovery; 'his way through Stanford University Into office In 1932 was lore the needs of their neighwrds. onference. He took the action they have done to our prisoners.!surgery Monday night.
from an inner ear injury sub to become a top-flight wept heavily fter Francis Gary Powers, nor released them. They have 'II
Hoover.
fered In a fall earlier this year mining engineer and a wealthyman defeating "In this beloved republic of flying a U2 reconnaissance brain-washed them. We saw the

The' fall forced his withdrawal : at 28. But Hoover rode out the stormof 0 ours, we need not only an edu- plane, was shot down over So- effects of that They have never I
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from a race for the Democratic I Then he turned to public.af. unpopularity In subsequent C ated, Democratic society, we v let soil and the United States yet purged themselves of the !

IIINevelist nomination to the U.S. Senate to fairs. years to rewln respect as s iced a compassionate society, denied he was on a spy flight condemnation that is still standIng Fl

Ohio. I When he visited his birthplaceat dedicated humanitarian and to I perform the ultimate tune Khrushchev at a massive, 2,. against them as an aggressor J J.II'"SO'

West Branch, Iowa, on his public servant of stalwart principles. Ions.." D 00-man news conference, retted In North Korea. They are

TAX CHEAT Nth birthday In 1962, a crowd of Keith Austin, chairman for I.! to Eisenhower as "my still causing and formulating

Earl Welch, an Oklahoma 25,000 hailed him. I III his year's drive, told the auf Ishy friend," and likened the and giving the supplies to carry; ,. ", M. LIII' fun.r0 5.rvk" I

Supreme Court justice for more I "One of America's greatmen hence that 19 charity health pand resident to a thief. He also out the civil wars in Southeast 0,0. Mr ol I No'M F.M,'.,_on. Woonoo_ 12. wIll CctOOor to-

than half his professional life, ," former President Harry I One celled animals such as youth acnces! will get help Ithdrew, an Invitation to Eisenhower ,Asian states."And II(,...ItM.c. on I* luttr riltow Mill OroixM wMl, OiKTnilli II.
stood convicted today of cheatIng 'S. Truman called bin ,theamoebaand parmeclum fl com Unled Fund In the coming to visit the Soviet Union to top It off they ar dM H Times -.1IIt l the MTV.kto .
the federal government ol 1 With the kindly humor that ever really die. The simplest year. Eisenhower at that time re- still saying they are going to toy, Curial vno>r wilt IM' oo olrottm In ..,..o..<..Duncan Ctmo-

$13,000 ta Income taxes. ,characterized his mellower living organisms grow old, but The drive will be conducted f.rred to the "violence and take Formosa by force." .rot. MorllclMI.. *>-. .rlmoi w.. 0.
World W r I vttoron. ttirvlvlnf' (Mm.kor
Welch, 73, listened Impassivery yean, Hoover replied to the divide Into two young cells that luring the next two weeks. accuracy" of Khrushchev's ol IKO lorn" ere Mo. $010 Wfior
praise heaped on him on living and dividing Jim Qulncey Gainesville atorney. 0''utburst." More About and moltior, lo.. end Mn. O>omFMIW
Charles ,.q Monday during reading of theJUI1' : go iMon, Mn. (,iliooom, Jonoo

Sa.w, a man wbe Is at bean verdict of guilty on each I "Much overstatement has I tr,4 Introduced Matthews. But Eisenhower said In the 0 r\4..,M.........bass.... M Moo...IO Ctarli fallow ol ol Tomoo wiwwo ,-
of five counts of -Income tax Burch *. N. J. MI o (OlMMrort. *IU ooiMmbort
la the worlds of todaslry litntvfft ol "Amricon lotion.luoortntono.r.1 .

science. fovcnuHMand evasion. The jury deliberated an ABSOLVED OF CRIMEInnocent' ,IV'." M. AI.PII.UI Mons f.
tie .Intellectual wend. of hour and 47 minutes. .501 ,.nkp M M' 5,5, ell a,
Welch a Democrat, was In- From Page 1 lor the late Send Oil
the aalverslUes, has been aapointed Comoeny, ._. w. 5., wM oo
as No. S mal taBritain's dicted on the tax evasion charges and made a plea for contribu- hd. M IN P M. on rtnindov, Ortotor -
.n. m4 M MICOMOV MomodM
Labor government's by a federal grand jury las BackBy tions to the Republican cam- '""wV"." ** C *V'"'

sew Ministry el Tecbaelegy.C April He still tea member of Escapee ...*....I-*&*!.Ie .oust. .,.. mo lOrY..Millujy... Iwlol CMrch WIN ho_'M

P. ..... U. says British the state supreme court towhich would like a response as to _Xnioi ena ComoMry r ..., Ihynior. WoM Wlr.mio .
science needs a shot ta the tui lint. was elected .In. whether NBC believes the Democratic -I II Funorol se dlnclion,,. Mr. l ol versa JonooJoMont .M-

arm and be will help by applying 1933, but has not participated In BOB MEEKER sWeratlon the mitigating Robert Langford became suspicious party is now entitled to INN!.. N N"il McwNy...*,_. lor'o oSn

technology to all aspects court decisions since his indict Su Staff Writer circumstances Judge Adklns when he recognizedthe time to respond" Bailey said. V.a4 IMI,, M In,.liymor..._ WM Wool bun VlnMo" on Jury ond

of British life ment. TRENTON -A North Carona > made the second two years truck so far south and Johnson was given time Sunday ...d Ihod to MWoMoy lor I* voon,
Tho Puss> r.oi.11 mot In loo ol
man was returned to the run concurrent with the tint called the oil company la night to speak ss president ,-. mot conlrlkvllom ho mooo to

Sex Slaying Local Nurse Florida prison system yesterday Hendley escaped fro m the Trenton. on last week's Important foreign .5....'..MKOMW., __MH.M5_ N1.ClMrcH. Nse. a.,.

after his arraignment road crew last march along "For God's sake stop that developments, which Included ..1N* OM Mr*out.. (ollie Or Harry>. e..ono...,..Mkorl .
MKO-
Laid to Youth In State Post for escape while serving a : with Robert Perry Harold truck," an excited employe China's detonation of Its first .MOVI._OM mooomiim. M,. Mar f.

prison term for a crime bedid R. Nichols and Charles Simmoos. .told him. -It's stolen. nuclear device the change ta I MkoMwi__***OM W.oromor V.> ,,red CMriooMM. IMMn.

NEW YORK (AP-An I$- Barbara Laxson, a Gainesville not commit. Perry and Nichols have Langford notified the Florida the Soviet Union's government .-sMd w Cess.. and Dooort No",K...IMM.., Molly

year-old boy was jailed today m registered nurse, was Wesley Hendley, IS, T11ontasvilleN.C.waa5CrvIng. .. .... been returned to prison Highway Patrol and IS and the Labor party's victory In IOfltt5 Mr.a
the aex slaying of a 7yearoldgirl elected to the Committee .- -. ;,.; Simmons, 30, Fort Meade minutes later the truck was Britain's election.

whose body was stuffed In on five years on a 1M2 Sarasota 'fJ pleaded guilty to escape and stopped and the escapees taken Presidents customarily are Gainesville. Sunjgivrdoy.
an oil furnace In the basement Nominations of the Florida breaking and entering charge received months to be add- I into custody. liven free air time to recoil to

of a church. Nurses Association .last week at when he, along with three ed to a 10-year sentence for ,. lIendle,'. prime concern the nation on millers of moment ...
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1Nd
, Aast Dial Atty. Kenneth N. a convention In Jacksonville. other convicts, ran away from HENDRY breaking and entering with yesterday seemed to be whe- However Section 31S of and-Sunday. neec1ot.

1, Brown said the boy, John Ebbs I road crew near .lllu& Intent to commit a felony of ther or not he could get a the Communications Act pro 0505 M *. GamtvOT* Pub-
:.of Brooklyn, grabbed Janet Other officers Include Enid March 30. one else's. sentence Hendley which be has served five clipping of his story as it appeared vides that radio and television MHM CamMnr .t tens SI2nd

,YoW M aha. arrived at the Malhiaon, Jacksonville president He was absolved of all guilt was returned to prison to face )'WI. in the newspaper to stations must give equal time ball *..oc......."Umixllltv", .. a .,..Florid, cIeoI*.

, Juisay evangelical United : Mrs. Wave Hartael Fort In the 19C2 crime by a Bar.IOta two more years.Hendley Perry and S I Im m DIll were send to his girl back ta North candidates for an office If It .. PPlasiss.OgND..r.
; B...... church In Queens toatlmd Lauderdale; Mrs. Carmen Ross court last week. pleaded guilty to I tracked down with dogs and Carolina. He said ha wanted provides time for any of them. $ Ieo

a Brownie Scout meeting Miami Beach, and Mrs.. Jeannette Hendley told this reporter (be escape and to a charge el captured the same day they to show her he was not guilty Burch said that anyone whosaw CUCUtATIOM BATB IT

.Monday. aII 1IooL Wahlbom, Fort Lander yesterday be was la L.k.. grand larceny auto. He and escaped but Htadley and of the 1X2 crime la Sarasota tile President Sunday night CMtlia M MAIL

'.\; .Brown said Ebbs who sometimes dale first second and third vice land the night the Sarasota another escapee stole a gasoline Nichols were captured the fol- He said he had never been would haw to agree that "the I I Mm.W... .4*
' did volunteer work Jewelry store was robbed He truck la making their towing morning a e a r Dade convicted of any crime before sole pnrpoeo ot the program IMI
,'round the charch. dragged the presidents; Mrs. Martha said he tried to ten tile Sarasota getaway. City and that he felt be was Judged was poBUeaL" M HMrt ......... aus

;.1.iIncord basement, tied her Wolfe, Miami secretary; Gene authorities hut they refused Judge J. C Adkins In the Hendley said be and Nichols guilty by association. He said hi offering U minutes to bt MM!...*.m -of.**-..*s.te ,. "-*..,, .
,'wl* strangled. her and 1. Cranch. Miami treasurer; to check out his story, Eighth Judicial Circuit Court stole a gasoline lank he was running with the Both. NBC Md M was giving .... e.a.

'>trial to rape ber. : L Marion E. McKenna Dayt a a He was convicted sad sentenced of CikhrM County sentenced truck bebnging to Lancaster wrong crowd while wortiig hi han -aa opportunity to express e. May ..en e.

: Haw.. watching ltleTlatonaihai Beach, and Mrs. MaryeUea to one years.Yesterday Headier to two years for the 011 c... Trenton and beaded construction in Sarasoia Be the Republican viewpoint ondevtlBpmenui = asas III--..

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frwHtrfl led Mim> r, By Vft Infuriating.
a have new that ii Interesting, healthy and
w.=.o..sac: .i us raged
THE SUN'S POLICY Three members of the Warren Commission apparently

1. Report the news fully Aid Jmportloiy h the news columns. WhyWeren't' behind closed doors against the projected criticisms of the I.

2. bprni Hit opinions of the Sun ,In-tut only (b- ditariol.. tJ. Federal Bureau of Investigation. But Earl Warren was adamant -

Publish oil sides of 'Important controvtnlal touts. and the criticisms were therefore registered. The official '-

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 Commission report said that the FBI' "took an unduly
work
preventive Intelligence
restrictive view,. of Its role in
prior to the assassination. A more carefully coordinated treat-
We Told nent of the Oswald case by the FBI might well have re- '

I Let's Have the Facts'U- suited In bringing Oswald's activities.to the attention of the k kSecret
In December 1955 the late Service." '

William Faulkner i The three gentl.men'who were healthy enough to dissent \\4'
The report that Walter W. Jenkins, known, why was Jenkins kept insensitive a short Introduction to t b e published were Representatives Gerald Ford and Hale Boggs, and Sena-

for 20 yean a confidential assistantto position? report of the November Russell. They made the point that It was unfair to criticize t.
session of the Southern the FBI without suggesting what, of a concrete nature
President Lyndon B. Johnson, was Historical! Association at which and without weighing the meaning -
If it is true, as reliably reported the agency could have done
arrested Oct. 7 on a moral charge he had been a speaker. The the kind of preventive activity Justice Earl Warren
that the Secret Service has been at.
and had been arrested on a similar distinguished Miss iAlppIan seemed to be recommending on the rights of the Individual 'I
to Jenkins
tempting suppress most wrote: It Is all vef'weU grandly to suggest that the FBI
citizen.
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charge Jan. 16, 19159 has most disturbing recent police record, who issued the The question Is no MAN ENTITLED TO AN EQUALIZER C"'ISN'T HE;?" should pick: up more suspects or turn the n a m e s of those
Implication For at least orders for such suppression? of white against black.: IS suspects over to the ::5 e c r IE

five years a man who could be a no longer whether or not 'Serv'ce' to be picked up. Any

target for blackmail has been close to Until more information is available blood shall remain pure; implementation of such a program

high affairs of state. Since Novem it is impossible to pass judgment on shan whether remain or not free.white AROUSES ANXIETY FBI up would defending however behavior end the "I'

ber, 1963, he apparently has been the individuals involved. The cne con. "We before guess who? Earl

close to sons discussions of the elusion that Is clear at this point I U the risk accept of violence contumely Warren himself, who and

National Security Council. that the public la. entitled to complete .we win not sit quietly this b what- is Infuriating

Information at once. see our native land the The Jenkins CaseTHERE about Mr. Warren's criticism the
of the FBI has during
This raises serious questions about not just done everything
past years
the security clearance procedures of The) President hu ordered 'an In. the South wreck and within his power to undermine

the House and about the Fed. of the matter Itself twice la less than s IS NO shred of evidence station
White vestigation by the dred the O New lark QtonriByARTHVRKROCK nished by the Washington police a ami-subversive leg :
eral Bureau of Investigation's role, FBI. The best way for the Presidentto yean over / to the F. B. I.? If not, that Jenkins revealedany (for Instance of the kind that ;

if any, in that clearance. If the Jenkins deal with this situation involving question.. why not? national security secretto might have put the spotlight
It wild And most of those Oswald) and b) criminal-
anyone. on ,
police record of homosexual his longtime friend and aide is to "WE
Er1SAE.out Inhuman not to feel the
t. WHY AFTER the second who know him at all share the apprehension techniques I
charges In' 1959 war Dot'knowD to disclose the whole story as fully against the day w II. sympathy for Walter arrest on the same charge certainty of his Intimates that (there was the famous Mal- \

the White House, why not? If It was forthrightly and rapidly as possible Southern people who Jenkins whose expos on Oct. 7, 1964, did the WashIngton this pitiful victim of what Is lory case, for instance, wherea
aid to the last these ss a sexual. deviate on the accepted an murderer
police repeat lime"v.au. properly being as rapist w a s re.
changes In social: occasions during his long descriptive "clerk" authentic mental disease newer leased because he hadn't been

II Miller Twists the Facts will, when they have faithful service to the with respect to one who by has. But the enormity of 'arraigned soon enough: who
forced to accept what and to President John- then had attained such prominence the disservice to the President went on to rape again).
one time might have ended In the ruin of his that, even If the arresting by those, Including Jenkins The task of sequestering
Vice-presidential Candidate William The Nobel Peace Prize Award to with dignity and goodwill affliction
and the deep officers were unaware of. whose concealment of anyone who might conceivably
Miller continues to talk Martin Luther King for his espousal say 'Why didn't his wife and six children. his Identity and his previous his weakness from President assassinate a President of a

about civil right demonstrations of non-violence is recognition of the us this before Ten us I sympathy In such cir arrest for the same offense, Johnson Is Implicit In the the United States Is overwhelming -
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and the recent riots la Northern significant role played by non-vlo. good tone? is a foremost trait their superiors any efficient President's Thursday statement and it must dismayJ.
In his talk before the the American people. would have can be measured by an Edgar Hoover to be castigated \
department
the lence In this civil police
cities as though two are comparable country's: right
brims Faulkner had I
would be Irresponsi event of last This
tt known of both? September. for fatting to do an impossible
and somehow related. Speaking; crisis, as distinguished from the that, "To live anywhere l if the American people was a memorandum to all Job largely by the

in Philadelphia, Mills quoted with .rioting that had nothing whatever to world of AJ. 1955 a a no anxiety over the fact There to are which many the other Interest questions of high level government officials tame group of people who

apparent approval a Philadelphia. do with civil rights protest. The Fed.: against equalitybecause exposure has established: national security: requires full Issued by Jenkins In his make it difficult for him to doa

who ascribes a share of the responsibility Val Bureau of Investigation report.. race or color, to like a government official to public snswers. So does capacity as the administration's possible Job and who are
for riots in that city to those on the riots; state: Alaska" and being the most secret opera President Johnson's Interest top security officer. always on the alert against
snow. He was sure, he of national security: were This would be obvious evenif After recommending that any enhancement of the
who appeal for civil disobedience..
the historians that the the
moreover these officials have the r.B.I. FBI's powers
he had not stressed during -
Miller stated In a campaign speech "In mo.t.cant the riots followed "knows there Is such '
no enforcer of secur the campaign, his responsibility check all prospective federal WHAT ACTUALLY b the
earlier: ordinary arrests and altercations In. ss equality par a. but within the administration for all actions by appointees before they were Chief Justice recommending

volving drunks, hoodlums or com. equality TO; equal right b among those unfor members of the Executive Department Informed they were being con- ? The FBI has estimatedthat

"Under a Goldwater-M administration mon criminals or all three . A opportunity to make the who are most readily in pursuance of his sidered for appointment Jeer In some areas of the
no longer will government common characteristic of the riot one can of one's life to the blackmaIl by theme that Senator GoUwater kins made these comments I country there are as many as
oft-
one's capability without security secrets are would dangerously delegatesome "It would be unfortunate U five thousand persons who areas
officials give lip service) to local! was a senseless attack on all ton.j of Injustice or .. obtained by enemy agents. of this obligation and b undesirable individuals were likely to assassinate a ,

groups and movements attempting to 1 stituted authority without purposeor threat of violence." generally too irresponsible to put on the public payroll simply President as Lee Harvey Os-
racial and While In the cities racial In 1954. as In 19SS, s ANXIETY Is aug"., wald
create unrest .mong our object. be entrusted with any of It. became sufficient precautions was, Judging only from
ethnic minorities. Those who make tensions were a contributing factor cruet writing of his by President John- The President bas also In were not taken prior to his previous r. cor d. Theyare
trouble in our streets whether it none of the nine occurrences was a must echo what F a u I !k '. statement that he was pooh probing Coldwater'scharge their appointment These procedures Communists subversives,

takes the form of open rioting, or 'race riot' in the accepted meaningof asked "Why didn't y unaware of Jenkins's about that the administration can prevent considerable ultras of every variety neo-
tell us this before until It was embarrassment both to fascists, men and women who
whether It goes under the more sophisticated the phrase . And they were this In good time?" become a matter of public of ethics has set for a the bad people example, repeatedly the government and to the potential are emotionally unstable or
name of 'civil disobedi- not a direct outgrowth of conventional The U. S. Supreme ', after the failure of stated as refutation employe himself. We demonstrably irrational In

ence' will find no comfort-just civil rights protest." for example, Is con of his closest Intimates to that all of his appointees have have been somewhat concerned their behavior. Is It seriously

condemnation In the statements and protests against an set of publication. been free of even the slightest about our own procedures proposed that let us say
actions of government officials whenwe gress concerning: civil it .Is now the taint of scandal. In requesting security name every time the Presidentcomes
Some Southerners, of the American people checks (and) It would be desirable to New York five thou
are elected. The riot participants and their 01 the and ask and be given adequate sand be
anger YET IT WAS NOT for want for all departments to people picked up and
goals and tactics bear no relationshipto that are a part of to these questions the of effort by two of his closest examine (them) in the above tucked away somewhere until
"Those who made trouble In the the participants, goals and tactic* change, are eager to revelation has Invoked. personal advisers to prevent regard. This practice is In effect the President Is so gracious II

streets" in the cue of the Northern of the civil rights movement. The Congress cursed, the Lee"A Why after Jenkins first publication: of the Jenkins disclosure at tie White House and as to leave town The proposal '
condemned. That would for sexual deviation in will be strictly adhered to in b preposterous and
riots are an entirely different group only thing these events have in com. that the entire press one
easier way out. whose validity be Im did not Join the three Washington the future." would think utterly unenforceable -
from those who have been responsible mon Is that Negroes were principally of the for
by the forfeiture last Wed- so long ss we declineto
for the great majority of civil involved in both. Lumping the two BUT THERE still Is that obviated his appear nesday newspapers in agreeing temporarily THE POLITICAL professionals repeal the Bill of Rights.

rights protests, where the emphasis together is unwarranted and an un. accept with dignity and for trial on the charge, to withhold the fact of the are agreed that the Clearly the principal responsibility
has been overwhelmingly oa nonvio- fair aspersion on responsible civil will the Inevitable the Washington police in Oct. 7 arrest and the previousone scandal, so Ironically emphasized rests on the President
lence. rights organizations. Certainly by now. It his fingerprints to In 1959. by the memorandum himself. It b not fair for him
plan that tills great Federal Bureau of Inves Had not the United Press will to some degree damage to Impose upon the Secret
cannot say that about US conceal the nature of International persisted in President Johnson's prospectof Service or the FBI an undischargeable -
lion citizens may .have offense And why did they checking a tip to examine an overwhelming! endorsement burden. It b In the t-
timed use of public the Identification of the the veiled police record of at the polls on Nov. ). great tradition of leadership to
I and those businesses as the chief of staff Oct. 7, and had Republican If K has proven nothing else, wave away the bodyguardsand
Voice of the People license to serve the public Majority Leader of the National Chairman Dean it has disclosed alarming mingle with the people
[ that some 30>> million S. Senate? The first con- Burch not publicly charged flaws In the administration's and one's Republican blood I I
may not even though was the vague de that a scandal Involving national stewardship of national security stirs at the sight of it. Charles
latter millions are c 1 1 of the cause of the security was being and a policy of suppressing de Gaulle entered Notre Dame
On The Sun's Opinion Page* subject to military I as "Investigation sus swept under the rug no one the evidence. But I political Cathedral on the day that
ice and an other what not stated: ). can ay how much longer the history suggests that Paris was liberated and
011....eese.dd omi.ti .* !.. HtJiri .. Ne.wIll. MM Veto el HM NyU .....o. .kbwN citizenship. second concealment was President, and the people in the damage<< from these win walked majestically up the
wesS be eed ,..ib 't" .. withheld' a..- Jenkins be fatal If the President
of not
: : : = And prepared to Identification the final of the great aisle even ss
we stages pre snipers
Mt "seed SOO wade end west kt wile,. M Mfe Wt .. lee **** WIMf kt wade TfctSm "
ttMfTM HM rif M M .*|.*. tv ...... er t* sktrtm ft, wMMtrt itmetoe KM writo'i _**.. .. that foreign visitors of as "clerk. omitting election campaign weuld I avails himself 'of the means fired bullets alls round him
....... or other nonwhite vital word "government" have remained in Ignorance for reparation at his command from the ehoirloft t,
may travel ss they please surely would have alert of both the Immediate and as he is expected to do. HE GOT AWAY with It, but
control, libraries, p a b 11 e October H MM "hlttbitf"the
HomesteadingIn tend public schools and F.B.L earlier incidents. A I though His administrative capacity the whole point about personal I
beeches, welfare and all of City Commission's "boug ,
In pi bile faculties with When the F.B.I. supplied these advisers! Abe Fortas where close associates are involved heroism I is that sometimes
the other county services I code inaction. At the
SarasotaEDITOR should contribute to* heart of her doors open to public trade Secret Service: with Jen- and Clark M. Clifford, are not but not his own you don't get away with t it I
ward they for them. message she that for II million dossier In MM. as a members of the administration character, have been put (otherwise It wouldn't be I
Sun: The Homeowners paying says to deal"By In requiring rental a license clUlllllhip II a IIancIIc'p'Caa a security check for Johnson has deputizedthem heavily on the defensive. But called heroism), and when )
We felt that lack of peopleto housing tNcorporate
of Sarasota County we, as sensible, members of the PresI- for so many Important no presidential election has you don't get away with (H, It i
pay these taxes was driving voice of the citi human beings, expect the '. staff did the Service personal and political milo demonstrab'y been lost on b hardly fair to blame the (
voted in May of 1N4 to let to the federal and state lens will say we Insist that
us FBL -
such Issue. It
gress and the Courts or no attempt to clarify alone that In Texas they an However none was John Kennedy s
our county school system coiled government for aid. Aid suchas the product of the landlords Mr. CoUwater. to make vague entry dealing with would be described as "w.., before has been merged rite himself who rejected j '
taxes from every homeowner we paid for In our auto be a reputable product: ; ; senshlp a handicap to 1W arrest that was fur lug the brand of LBJ." the Issue of national security. protective bubble on Novem

in Sarasota county.Our increases. I submit that it la no busIness and an asset to ethers* her the 22nd: and the Seeret

people, by their vete, Our cithwns believe the of the "corporate voice How many win refuse Service had no power .to overrule .
said they felt the 5700 homes homestead exemption In Us of the citiiens" (|I.e. DO business Idly by and see our a a t him. One would Ilk } to :
paying no tax ((21 per cent present term encouragesmore of governmentsay land, the South wreck POTOMAC FEVERBY think that a President could .
small non tax paying level) to Insist that the mingle
of homesteads) and the product ruin itself for the second: among his owirpeopl -
1700 homes paying relatively homes to be built and discourages I of the landlords be reputable In lees than s hundred JACK WILSON Cowls. Washington Bureau with bnpunity. But wt-are a .
large homes, businesses ornon-respulable r free society, free
small taxes (another 23 per ; 0 over the Negro question? fYfD lao-the :
cent of homesteads) should and Industry. pink; or purple; or any other Nixon is campaigning bard and it makes sense too. There's always the Point that men and wemea :
We felt schools to keep way, for that matter. It Is the WHO O HE WHO who tblak disorderly
contribute something more our the GOP mar decide to bench Barry and send in a pinch hitter. end .
than they had been toward from borrowing! money, need business of the Individual loves bb testa? Is tt be ibusJve thoughts art flevcrtte- .
ed the quarter million this landlord to decide what kind dams the Congress s 1 d less unmolested aorta am "m. :
This the support o our county. amendment allows them. of product he shall 0 If. r. coons? Or b It he who .. H eoaa_ set why the Arabs ......, let Mobe Tshossh Into the um- .less they act overtly irlre: :

DIM something maximum Is (limited or only I to With this in mind. I request Likewise it Is the business of that there b yet time to ... of aoa-alltTied. natk. ... He was aeai.sllgaed hi the wrong directkm. known to be afraid to act :
the buyer (tenant) to decide kept with dignity and A committee af eminent
SB> if have as peo- :
we your
reappraisal)
paperConsul I udo what kind of product he wants will the Inevitable pie should solicit fren aOPresidential .
This win not affect the toUl > ea dos! a I to If & Johnson uses President Kennedys. car in the campaign but Cold-
the
buy. tan?
buyer wants to our :
Amendment No. 11 to catch him If he can ever get President McKlnlcy's cranked candidates me
up.
"', .110 allowed under hopes
rent a reputable product pe The Kn Klux Rant .*.... that they wOLs? eJertagataet -
homestead, It will only shinS RUSSELL C. JORDAN. JR. may do so. If be cannot afford booth tat the Alabama ... IIIIIIIlt tit ... :

Insofar as school taxes are State Representative. (or does not choose) to Fair. rides a ....... river teat M a raaayalga ....... Waning If yea ,ena.tlar sireyP .
concerned so we can collect Sarasota County spend enough of his Income: Organisations of the into a tar ivy weertag a big hat and IeIeq tn beagles, tat flay pkar. Nw. ew.t,_ idles .
tax.ee th* first 0,000 of val TenantsSet to rent a reputable product right an flying C e a kisa. rf MesMofc ....*..B fe>.Lkw .
.us. (And It does not affect elan Let
be may do this also. a* eat SMstm: rensj -
the ..* widow and dlabled -. If enough buyers choose flit M was General tt York I.. UsI Iapdu II aMga. ,
veteran exemption). Standards lOt to rent the noa-rtputsble/ E.: Lee who said to the Kennedy and LBJ stump New Stat. together. 'Bobbt.'t wtllt lilt aeuds: rise II sd :.
The ettbens of Sarasota product then landlords will leach your cbildrw to a road map any mon-he just rides oa .Lyndon's coat tails. I.. .. II ..... ofa :

felt wet at they received an EDITOR Sun: It b ImpotoIIble provide more reputable. pro', sjsotf ......" BOOB-- > w .era. ..., I.:.,. .
the benefits of the fOUr.l,, for me to resist responding ducts without gevtnanvil We brow II ear heads sew earn CM heaa 1M tie ..stsuiyR the Banrn. tie Fties* the ..... :. 1.
sack U county schools. law to Mrs. Nathan C Starr's coercion er 1nterf1l'lllCl.roo 1 r hearts that Geaersl the Jaguar -lost hew abet tlMswalM wise f art wear a aaVsiii > j !-......-.:; Tit. I
toady ,! a imal letter (Voice d tbePeetle, NO'1'A UMDLQjU .esrhs '.
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'fuesdey October 20, 1964 Gainesville Sun S .

'! protesting the government's Sunday night broadcast i

.I Barry: Questioning Security on JenkinsWASHINGTON denlll to match of free President time to Goldwater Johnson's I night asked to for help contributions pay for It.Monday


N'
(AP) Sen. nominee planned to spend the wide television for a half-hour Johnson ordered Hoover to abased on the fact that he la a 'J'be.lellator. said security I
[ Barry Goldwater wages his day recording a television tonight to talk about morality In have the FBI make a. full investigation member of my Air Force Reserve questions are "my sole Interest -CHAIN LINK
I presidential campaign on three speech dealing with foreign government. squadron on Capitol Hill," in this affair."
front today after asking for an policy and developments In the Goldwater Monday sent a let Goldwater disclosed! la his Coldwater aid. He asked Hoover: "Why was
FBI report on "possible security Communist world. ter on the Jenkins matter to letter to Hoover that two FBI 'The senator, a major generalIn Mr. Jenkins not subjected to a HURRICANE
I factors" involved In the case of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. agents came to him in Chicagolast the Air Force Reserve, com- thorough security check and
resigned White House aide Walter He hits! the road again tonight President Johnson a shed Saturday to ask about Jenk- mands the (99th Squadron Investigation upon moving Intoa
[,' W. Jenkins. for an address at PikesviUe, Jenkins to resign a week ago ins. He said they arrived at 1:30: made up largely of congressmen : highly sensitive position In the FENCE
Md. He canceled a speech m,,after It was learned the White am to ask "whether I knew and their aides. White House? I
The .
Republican presidential Baltimore and postponed until I House aide bad twice been arrested anything of the personal hsbits Protect And
Goldwater said he thought It "It certainly Is apparent from:
Oct. another to
at Salisbury -on Oct.7 and in 1K9- of Mr. Walter Jenkins. eeutifvYour _
curious that has been disclose
two agents were what already !
the television show.
prepare I on morals charges: Jenkins was Informed them of my very Mom
assigned to conduct the brief that no such check was asked
He Is due to appear on nation Johnson's top assistant limited knowledge of the man, interview, that the hour they for or made." NOW

arrived "reflected apparent The foreign affairs speech Is
urgency" and that "my opinIon tentatively planned for broadcast .
yOU LBJ Plans HomeStretchVote of the subject's loyalty Wednesday night. GOP
.141'FISH was not asked." National Chairman Dean Burch
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i Trinity Chunk .. Hit N..._
Ica hrmMk Drive in Vital AreasWASHINGTON *le N.W.11"At..

REVIVAL mil 'Information Or Estimates
OCTOIIR 11-25 7JO ,.M. be Our QiMltty Get Our Price
k I (AP) President -publican opponent This In- may hamper their local candidates Also lltJO ..M. life, Toy DecMe- Immediate ImtelletlM
FRY I Johnson Is scheduling a volves direct attack on Gold- and Johnson's chances of, REV. JOHN I. NEIHORI NO DOWN PAYMENT Ue Te 3< Months Te fey
series of homestretch water's In
cam where
EVERY the COP position areas believe carrying that state wltb'Its 21 i I .. ......... raw wm.e.r w ......
paign trips. strategists electoral votes. A Johnson visit .sae e e..me.mw III ... II e..MU. I I PHONE 372.5333SAUNDERS I, :
WEDNESDAYNIONT I Subject to the priorities of the their candidate la strongest there, with accompanying television -Me .... ....., ... lIMo ........ M IIreeds.
presidential Job, he Is understood After a meeting Wednesday coverage, would be expected .11-. .. .1Mo ... III aa _.
i to have told his campaign with his special advisory committee to help make up for the aoMyPOI sees. OIL CO.
lieutenants he will attempt to on foreign policy John- lack of newspaper coverage In MOSS INFORMATION CALL $14 N.W. 4th St.JAMBOREE. :
A IS PM to 8 PM make personal appearances In son Is expected to take off again the key Detroit area. I InIn'11Itl.
atflOWARD all areas where they believe for Ohio. Goldwater has listed -
i such campaigning will boost his the Buckeye state as one be
vote total. must carry If he Is to win.
: JOHnSOn} The president's obvious aim b The President Is scheduled to
not only to defeat Sen. Barry speak In Baltimore Thursday
t Goldwater but to rout his Re-, night. Maryland has been IIIIIrunmeuntlltUl, /
2830 N.W. named along with New Jersey
and Pennsylvania as among the 1
;: 13t.h Street ElectricalService middle A&ntlc: states where 1 I

J il Phone 6 Repairs I Goldwater's has a good strategists chance. believehe 1 I I'' JACKET

These be
... AIiIIectrIctoI Needs appearances may
FR 6-6586
e Rtlidtnt l C Commirelll followed by a presidential dip 1
Industrial Into Tennessee for a speech at'' 1

.........r.N.q.y........ CALL Memphis Goldwater's sides I
t' C. P. Dressler called the races in Tennessee
Electrical Contractor and Arkansas close: ones which 1 URUTr Laminates! Suecres/
their man could win. From
PIMM FR '-'ni Johnson could: 1 3ls3or3T 1
expect
I Memphis a Vinyls! Poplins!
910 N.W. 4th St. to get local television coverage l

In both states. !r'I I A Size and Sly/e/or Everyonelommg
The president also Is conslde:
log a weekend visit to Florida. .,
The Goldwater camp Is counting: '
r 3 heavily on Florida's 14 electoral 'A
votes and believes they ere

nominee.within the grasp of the COP I GIlLS' QUILT LINED \ 4r 1I

All of the President's schedules
remain highly tentative. HIs I ,COTTON POPLINS rr
reported committed: to visit + 1SES
New York, California and Hie Ce...,., v
igan before the Nov. S votln,. 1 2..14.97 5.95 4F/ tr Mt'
California, with Its 43 electorvotea _
..... Mats, II bill.e h.eMl. 11M taw v 1 ..- '-'-
Is a key state so far a. 1 ........ hw1.d.owe ty.....,..weer....... / ,1 'e
Goldwater Is concerned. The 1 ...awl ...... t" ..h..n x r.
nominee has made
no Republican claim that be can win New 1 r ff..t* 1 I
,tyl ''r York's 4) electoral votes GIRLS EASY-CARL WIPI.CUAN C .
In Michigan, the Democratsare
worried that a lengthy / VINYL JACKET j
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TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
you're relaxing at your favorite outdoor beauty spot with Florida Education Association
friends or family and your thint'i whetted by fresh sir and exer- urged Monday the defeat of I
. cme-that's the ideal tune for a cool, refreshing glut of beer. la constitutional amendment SHOWIng I
fact vou tan name your neratio -aw nmlng, hiking, or I just !the state principal schoo
, chances the world firs quips HOODED
I watching TV-and are nothing fund to be spent for unlversi) ,
u well u beer.
construction.
Your familiar glass of bear II also a pleasurable reminder that The.TEA board of directors 1 ILT PEAR
we live In a land of penonal freedom-and that our tithe eo enjoy said money fa the fund has been .
beer and ale If we so desire is jam cue,bat so Important one of for "the exclusive use of public /
those personal freedoms schools. 1"Ie1a1! the amendment 1 3.57 ;
fan with" relaxation would allow the fund to be
with
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eral Government persistently to live beyond Its income ; ,
has seriously weakened fiscal responsibility ot every c..,. V.Iu. 5.95 1 N,
level. It threaten to rob the dollar of Hs real ...............................
pur ..................
chasing power. The first tier*! napiMliflHy .. .

.gave.east b te preserve the value of the dollar. It "IIATHM iOOK' sir
condo this by reosonobl*budgets by living within. the

means of the people who'pay the bills, and by encouraging VIlYiS
the Individual enterprise from which the -

real value of money Is formed."
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position that the Income tax is most I Cewp. V.Iu .. 5.95
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useful os a means to redistribute wealth according to 7 ". .
politically-conceived blueprints. I hold, firmly and 1 ti.i/h ri. I ...

unequivocally, to the position that Federal taxes ...
should be used simply and solely to discharge Federal -

obligations. They must be accounted for honestly andvoted -

on openly in that light alone. We must 1

reduce the burden and shore it equitably. But the 1 HAHDSOMI, lIA"auGHT, WAIMLAMINATES
requirements of notional security and essential national -
.services are so great that we must retain this I ;;

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'd' Gainesville Sun Tuesday, October 20,1964


If I : Smith-Tuten Nuptials HeldWALDOOn I mm' m Church CirclesTODAY : .-



Saturday evening October M
the Methodist Church was
the scene of a candlelight service First Ladles Lutheran GuildRachel Church Mr. and Mrs. Beanie T. Bmlngton have announced the

when Miss! Mary Ann Tut- THE birth of October I at Alachua General HospitalThe
f fflfflILY I L Y YRuth Circle, 7:30 p. m., a daughter on
en, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clifford Lofgren, 1321 baby, who baa been named Nancy Lynn Bnsbgton
:Solon Tuten Jr. became the NW 31st Drive. has an older brother Bennie Jr.,'who is three years old.
bride of Airman 2-C Robert 0. Wolmer .Women's Editor Esther and Dorcas Circles,
Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. I p.m., Mrs. James Heffernan Nancy' Lynn's maternal grandmother Is Mrs. Bert Rise
Dale Drew. 2939 NE 11th Terrace brook and her paternal grandfather Is J. J. BnlJ ctoa.
: :Officiating for the double ring : Reitzes To Give WEDNESDAY October 21
ceremony, was Rev. Harry ,' 't SL Patrick's Woman's Club

.Qoddard. The nuptial music St. Joan's Circle, 8 p.m., ARE TpEY
-was provided by. M r.. Alice Party for Newcomers Mrs. Wesley Lambert, 3423
Zbean.Eachwlndovoftbeobarcb. NW 7th Place.THURSDAY .
j I
: ; Dr.:and Mrs. J. Wayne Helix, '0 p.m., will welcome newcom October 22 ,
was lighted with a candle. March will give an Informal party ers to the faculty, their wives United Church' Women
: composed of lighted candles Saturday evening in honor of''or husbands and single men Area 7, f a.m., Holy
was flanked by treecandelabra newcomers to the University of and women who have Joined the Trinity Episcopal Church.

Palms and baskets of Florida faculty.' .. faculty In the last two YearL', SATURDAY, October 24 .
blue and whits flowers decorated )" The informal event,. which Members of the Newcomers' trinity Methodist .Church ANTS o Te MITES
the altar. will take place at the Prest- Board of the University Wom- Woman's Society of Christian -
Given In marriage by her dent's Residence between 1 andTODAY en's Club will assist in the cour Service Fall Hat and It pan Ie be aural, '
'the bride wore a bale Twrnlhe' UIIIt edella' nI'of dolbre" .F
father, .
tesies. Bake Sale, 9am. to 2 p.m., damage Ie IIrUctuNI amselty.' A
tIIooaugh ,,
; lerlna length dress of ice blue k President and Mrs. Helix, Church, 3538 NW 8th Ave rnan.d, expert Is often lIICry to d-arpecnsu th."pmw by a
-sift brocade. Her short tulle I' Mrs. R. Dean Coddlngton chair- nue. llecGUII by rotors the "nnlle work, In sacIuje'
; veil was attached to a mlnla- v K man of the Newcomers' Board, Mil INSnCTIM AND BTIMATBLOMDA
| ture open crown pill box of ,
I and Dr. Coddlngton will receive Rose
.' matching brocade. She carried guests during the evening. Society
a cascade of pink roses e e n-
Representing the Newcomen'Board
; tered with a detachable white October H Meets ThursdayGainesville IIIPlIOIII
as co chairman for the It
I orchid She wore a illl.ver Luncheon
corsage. complimenting
event are Mrs. Alex E. S. Green
I lavaliere with a miniature Miss Mary Dressier bride- Rose Society has '
0
and Mrs. John T. Stlefel ONTROL
wedding bell and pearl clapper, elect of Dr. John McKenzie changed its meeting date from t'
"' the bride- Mrs. The West end of the drill field/ might to Thursday, October 376-2661 t
: which was a gift of aldt' + Jr., 11:30 p.m.. David -
MrmaaC Robert O. $aspic sad 116rs. $ a CltlMlCALco.ur tt
Troom. M. Anderson, Gainesville / across from the Preaident'aResidence 29, at I pm at Guaranty Federal ,
Attendants were Mn.; Jimmie great-great grandmother of the Mrs. Doan Kami and 'Mr.. :R.Sparling : Golf and Country Club. will be opened for Savings and Loan Association : r

iTuten, matron of honor and bridegroom.. Albany?fit., Mr. and'WEDNESDAY, October n parking during the party. Community room.
t
.'Miss Barbara Gwln b r J d "-1 Assisting with the'serving Mrs.' I.'C.' Wilson, LaCrosse, Buffet s u p p e r and shower "Rose ,Arranging" will be
.mald.'Both were In sheaths of were Mrs. L. P. Sullivan Mrs. and Miss Sheri Blanc l. hi of honoring Miss Frances Dab- AdditionalGarden the program presented by Mrs.
:baby blue brocade with ccestorles Sylvia Campln.! Mrs. Maude Gainesville. Bey Jones, fiancee of Donald Circle John Flowers. I I II
to match and carried Smith, Mrs. Henrietta' Babb, A buffet dinner was held Friday Moore Giles of Lynchburg, Mrs. O. C. RueD:: will be hostem. Sun Want Ads Get Results

I I Mrs. Dick Griffin and Mrs. Dor- evening after the wedding Va.. 1.30pm. Mrs. T. Walter Meetings Set ; --
othy Wilson. '. rehearsal at the home of, the Herbert and Mrs. Guy S. I
Added to the list of Garden
Dale Drew served as best Out Of Tows Guests Dale Drew. Miles home, 1807'NW Seventh
man for the bridegroom and Out of town guests at the An arrangement of pink roses Place. Club Circles meeting Thursday
\ Airman 2-C George Roger wedding and reception were: decorated the table: THURSDAY, October SIBridesmaids will Mrs/be Glorias Circle.1 I
luncheon feting RIpley Sullen will
Sparling acted as groomsman Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Newton, During the dinner silver gifts .
entertain members at .
Miss Mary Dressier, : a.m. In Your Heart \
'Vshers were Benjamin Campenand Miss Sherrll, and Miss Bon a were presented to the attend- bride elect of Dr. John In her home 2720 SW Eighth ,
Randall Beggs. Lynn, and Master Brick ants by the bridegroom,.N h 0 McKenzie Jr., 12:30 p. m., Drive, Kirk wood, with Mrs.
..The brlde'i mother wore a Newton, all of Cocoa; Mr. and also gave the bride her wedding Mrs. William H. Buckhan- Robert Mauls and Mrs. GeorgeLee

plnk crepe dress and had a Mrs. James Beeler, Mrs. B111 J I gift. nan and her daughter, Mrs. Crutcher u co-hostesses. I,,.
'white orchid corsage. The Scales, Miss Cindy Lynn Scales, After a short wedding trip, Henry L Gray Jr., Galnes- Program for the morning will
,bridegroom mother wore I and Miss Beth Jackson all of the couple will establish their Luncheon to compliment I be given by Mrs. Albert Miller, t
dress of blue and, green brocade Keystone Heights/ ; Mr. and home In Albany, Ga., Miss Frances Dabney Jones.brld..l.d who win discuss "Conservation ... ION
I matching pill-box and of Donald Moore Problems", DEFENSE "The FACT is that not one of out ,r.".

I ,white orchid corsage.Reception Giles, Lynchburg, Va., 12:30 Lotus Circle members will advanced ICBMs has ever been subjected to o full *- %;
Follows i I Calendar Of Events I pm.Mrs. J. H. Fogte, Mrs. meet at 3 p,m. in the home of ** '.. .
test (of oil component. systems, Including warheads 't
the ,
Following wedding, a reception Edgar L. Johnson, Mrs. Bert Mrs. Ralph Thomas, 1328 0 .
: was held In the borne TODAY, October 20 WEDNESDAY, ", usher nJunior1 Kenny and Mrs. Bruce Rob NW Eleventh Road, rather than ) under simulated battle conditions. This *,1
',of the bridegroom's parents Delta Zeta Sorority Founder Welfare League: erts. In the home of Mrs. G. H. Bou- does not mean that our missile systems should be ;

I Guests were received and Introduced ,' Day Observance, 1 p.m.; Board Meeting, 10 a.m., Mrs FRIDAY, October 2J telle.u announced. scrapped or that primary emphasis should be shifted '

t 1 : by Mrs. I* P. Sullivan Hume Hall.Alachua'. George A. Dell J22 NW.. ,3rd Shower and bridge feting back to the manned bomber. But nothing! is -_ .. I I.1
The bride's book was kept by Miss Judith Beasley, bride ;
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I Republican Tri Delts Meet position.. ..
j Miss Sheri Blanch Women's Club, Noon, Park Gainesville Bridge i Club, elect of Grover Ford, 7.30: more dangerous than a static rigid This 'i
I The w e dd lag cake, topped Lane Cafeteria.' 7.30pm., Holiday Inn. p.m., Mrs. William C. Evans On WednesdayDelta Notion, to survive, must hove flexibility In both ""* :!

\ 'with miniature bride and groom Business all d Pro fesslonal Girl Scout Leader Training Jr., 2801 NW Sixteenth Ave, weapons and strategy. We must move ahead". ''t
I encircled with pearl hearts,was Women, 7 p.m., PrimroseInn. I Course, 1 a.m., Girl Scout nue.Rehearsal' Delta Delta Alumnae rON I
flanked by silver can delabra. House, 810 NW 8th Street. dinner honor- Club will meet Wednesday at :::
I The bride's table was laid with Cleva J. Carson Memorial Gainesville Woman's Club, lung Miss Mary Dressier and S p.m. at the home of Mrs. J
heirloom crocheted linen cloth. Concert, 8:IS p,m., University Halloween Luncheon, 12:. their son Dr. John McKen-: David Codschalk, 1010 NW 38th STATES' RIGHTS "My constant concern Is to
I Punch was se"ecllrom sliver of Florida Auditorium. Recep- I p.m., Clubhouse, Dean Mama lie Jr., 7:30: ,.m.. Dr. and Road. put new life and meaning Into the dynamic use ,
punch bowl The ,silver punch tion following Bryan Lounge, Brady, guest speaker..; Mrs. John S. McKenzie ST. All new Delta Delta Delta of local) and state government, to help people I
.ladle used was en heirloom, Florida Union. Open to'. the Gainesville Woman's Club J of Fort Myers, Primrose Inn. alumnae in the city and area
I Tea honoring Miss Frances are Invited to attend. achieve some of their most deeply felt needs in such
:which had belonged to a greatHere public. 130: a.m.. Clubhouse, creative
writing workshop. Dabney Jones, bride electof areas os education social: welfare, and communitylife.

Chapter I, POE, 10 a.m., Donald Moore Giles of BSPhi Chapter It is there In our states and communities
j -By Josephine Lowman I Mrs. A. A. Glllls; Mrs. Thomas -' Lynchburg,' Va, 3:30: to S that every individual citizen can still have-a
Larrick, hostesses at thelormer' p.m., Mrs. Winston W. Little Rush Party Set
2245 NW Fifth Place. meaningful impact on the political process".
': :' home, 711 NE 8th. ,,SATURDAY, October 24 Gamma Chi Chapter Beta
/ Street
Why Grow Delta DeltDllta Alumna: Wedding of Kiss Mary Dressier Sigma Phi Rush has slated Party"a for"Nut.Cracker tonight

daughter of Mr. and
Association, t p.m. Mrs. David at I In the
home of Mrs.
Mrs. C. P. Dressier, and Dr. You Know He's
: GodKhalk 1010 NW #thRoadi Right
,I C John McKenzie Jr. son of Wynelle Carver, 3840 NE 10th
Old?, .' Dr. and Mrs. John S. Mc- Drive Dress Is.to be casual.

: THURSDAY, October B Kensle Sr. of Fort Myers, I
Golden Age Club, 1:SO'p.m., p.m.. Chapel of The First N. E. BinghamsTo
Recreation: Center. k "-. Methodist Church: Reception
Time To Lose'Pounds Physical Fitness Course 4 p.m., home of the bride's Give Talk 'GOLDWATER.I
Lesson Two T'SO: p.m., Recreation parents, 1920 NW Eleventh Retired Teachers Association
: Center vine Golf and Country Club. wffl meet Saturday at 9:30 ajn
Before The Holidays Colfa Rebekab Lodge No. Road. at Myra r School,
," 3,1 pm., Odd Fellows Tem Coffee feting MI 1 I.s Frances Newberry Road FOR PRESIDENT

It la almost the end of One-half 'cup cole flawDINNER ple. Dabney Jones, fiancee of Donald Dr. and Mrs. N. E. Bingham, '
,October! League of Women Voters, Moore Giles of Lynchburg .- guest speakers, win present a .

It'i only a hop, skip,' and a One cup consomme (canned) Noon. Holiday Inn, .' Va., 10 to 11:30 ajn. program entitled, "Two Years I I'" .... .Mweew Is, .......
few bites away from Thanks- Four ounces of lean"' beef I Gainesville Library Advisory Mrs. Denver E. Banghaa and ta India." I
.. Mrs. Robert c.- West at the
,Ivllll. If you are even a few Board I pm,' Gainesville C"I'I
pounds overweight, why not Slicediltomato ,_ Public library West home, 1308 SW Eleventh
Hose them before that holiday One baked potato, seasonedwith ':University et Florida Agricultural Avenue. 'Ij
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40 that you can enjoy the tur- onion salt and parsley! Women's Club Coffee Luncheon complimenting
/ -10 to 11-30: ajn. Executive Miss r ra n e e a Dabney
Jey and fixings without feeling ,Two small pieces 'of hard .
Board of hostesses, University Jones, bride elect of Donald r
guilty candy'
\ Moore Giles of .
Lynchburg
i Those of us who gain weight Notice a few of the tricks Women's ;Clubhouse
Va., 1 Miss Ann
.!moat certain Weal Newberry Road. p.m.
used
very rapidly are betel! There Is onion salt
Gainesville Golf and
to pick up a few peunds and parsley on the baked potato 'CahiesviCa Garden Chi. Arnow.Country Club.FEET' .
with each fiesta season. Unless !Instead of butter, and a little Circles, I
we toe them promptly they accumulate chill or cheese on the egg I:30 ajn., Begonia Mrs. F
surprisingly. You are allowed a teaspoonful Wendell Williams ,MO NW FLY
: So lam here to help you enjoy of auger In your coffee The 40th Terrace; Chrysanthemum

Thanksgiving! sugar gives you only about Mrs. James H. Smith, {
This week I am bringing you fifteen calories. 1500 NW 38th Way; Daisy. inFLATS
ray Trick and Treat Diet which U yea muted yesterday's Mrs R. 0. Hoffman 301 NW
gives you a lOll of about five mess er weald lib to have 30th Street: Daylfly. Mrs. S.
i pounds m seven days. tie complete diet la bee tilt J. Adklns 701 Boulevard: When ...,. fir" hp-
Here are the menus for to fens, tend U seats sad a Dlanthus, Mrs. R. B. Good feet...... Hy M CMlfoftIMW .
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ounces orange Juice area hi care of the aft Mrs. J. J. .
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One poached egg on toast rffle .... Terrace Just iffliOMIT tnssythlatg. you ) compact
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Coffee with one teaspoonfnl MR.. 4K % 299 this is an economy car

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Interest "WHAT IS 'FAIR PLAY'IN Lutheran Women Attend
News of Special PARENT-TEEN Home EC Winner



i To the Colored CommunityNews RELATIONSHIPS?" Biennial Convention ,I

Do you and your parents r The Florida Georgia District! :Mrs. Clayton L. Hustad, also

items for this page should be directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News 'play fair' with each other Lutheran Women's Missionary from First Lutheran, attendedas n
when the Inevitable parenti
editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 6-5753. Do not send League's ninth biennial convention president of the Jacksonville
tten conflicts ? Here'san
come L. W, M. L. tRR
up zone
items directly to the Sun office.ANNOUNCEMENTS was held Friday and Saturday -
.. .. .. opportunity to compare Roosevelt Hotel In Also attending the banquet
runwN arr-"o, **M? .11 will be fount I. 5.UIURCH at the
yourself and your parents with 'Jacksonville. Over 350 dele- Saturday evening were Mrs.
: male Protective Convention willIconvene away for several days. other families. Enclose a George Kaufmann and Mrs. R.
Mt. Carmel Baptist There at the Pleasant Plain I Mrs. Jane Williams, of Tam stamped, self-addressed enve- gates, guests and pastors from C. Pekie, Keystone Heights,
the ten of the district
.will be mid-week Meditation, Methodist Church with Rev. G. pa, passed through Gainesville lope with your request for the zones members of First Lutheran
.
Services today, 7:30 p. m.: S. Cameron, pastor, Oct. 22 yesterday en route to Jackson "FAIR PLAY QUIZ." It's ;were present. U W. M. U

"' Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:3d, 23 and 25 at 7:30: p.rn. ville. FREE. Mail to Dorothy Ricker Delegates attending from The convention opened Fri-

p.m., and also the Choir will The sermons will be delivered Fred Wilson, of Jacksonville, in care of the Gainesville First Lutheran Church L W M. day morning with a workshop R

have its rehearsal, t p. m.; by the following ministers: passed through Gainesv tile 1 Sun. L. were Mrs. Werner Lauter based on the convention theme I

Teachers' Meeting Thursday, Rev. W. D.-. Dennis, Thursdayand ,yesterday en routeto St Petersburg and Mrs. Alfred Newmaster, "Declare His Glory," Mrs W. ,

-7:30: p.m.; and the Choir will Friday; program Sundayand A. Kimberley, Lake Worth, conducted -
-again have Its rehearsal Friday Friday 3 p.m.: Elder Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. the workshop.

6 p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, Sunday at 3 p.m.; and Jones and son, Joe, all of Tit- Stewardesses Learn: Friday afternoon, a worship W.w,

-pastor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, Rev. W. A. Miles and Rev. C. ton, Ga, whose visit here for service, was held followed bya _
reporter. J. Johnson a p.m. Rev. G. S. the past two weeks has been business session, with Mrs. :4..i.
eo Emanuel ChoiriJJo. Mrs. left yesterday for their
Baptist Cameron, Pastor; Peg- pleasant
Haven of the Florida-
president .
1 will have its rehearsal today gie Camps, chief; Mrs. Amanda home. ., f.,
About Politics District Lutheran
Georgia ,
6:30 p.m. and also prayer Scott, vlcechief; Mrs. P. I Miss Mary H. Longworth of Church, Missouri Synod, delivered :: L'f.'I' s,: .

meeting, 7:30: p m..Rev. T. L. Scott, reporter; Lodge No. Miami Is.visiting her sister, ; the sermon,
D. Davis, pastor; Mrs. M. E. 2 host; Mrs. Sadie Brown, Mrs. Edith H. Woods, and oth-
ANN BAILEY C.
By hadn't been the business 'else
generators on long Saturday, sessions .
Middleton, reporter. president. er relatives here for two weeks. 4..'. .... i
To The
and Miss Special Sua enough to get the power up to were concluded with a
t Shady Grove Primitive Bap- Miss Gussie Ross According to American a I It- heat the dinner. But by the Ted Brink, Fort Lauderdale I .
both of Miami, /
tist There be NOTICE Minnie Irvin '
will
prayer
lines stewardesses Margaret time we got through talk I n g, district president In charge.
meeting today, 7:30: p.m.; and The contest at the Mt. Olive whose visit here for the past
Harveaux and Dianne Peterson
the meal
thought was the honorable
everyone Friday evening,
Church will weeks has been pleasant,
the Choir will have Its rehear Primitive Baptist two "
their current of
tour duty wonderful. John W. Behnken
sal tomorrow, 8pm .Rev. R. come to a close on Jan. 17. Miss were flown to their home yesterday Senator Hubert I past president
on Humphrey's"Happy of the Lutheran Church
t ; J. Galnous, pastor; Mrs. F. Watson, reporter. Warior" Is anything Hoolenny Entertainment
Missouri Synod spoke about
D. Shannon Mrs. Ella J. Johnson and
reporter. Helen of Jacksonville but a "China flight. (Tha t's Jim Wolford, a West Virginia the Lutheran Foundation. The|
r 1 AILING AT HOME daughter, of friends In airline lingo for a luxury trip folk singer and long time Hum Rev. August Bcrnthal, Winter 1
: N. E. S. HIGHLIGHTSThe Mrs. Estella Knowles is ailing were guests
where
the meals are served in phrey supporter, is often on the banquet.
regular P. T. A. meetIng at her home. Friends hope the University City yesterday. courses on China plates) "Our plane, and in the evening, If Banquet speaker was Mrs. H.
will be held Tuesday, Oct. that she will soon be well
j' passengers are lucky If they they are all through with the
\) H. Koppelmann of St. Louis, the
20, In the School Cafeteria at
again. NOTICE have time to finish a meal before day's stops, a hootenanny mightbe
7:30 p.m. All patrons are urged The Youth Progressive Choir installation of new officers, by Minn Elizabeth Scott Tien ton FHA, displays her
r to be present and on time. PERSONALSMiss Union will have its monthly we Harveaux land again, says Margaret burst forth In the cabin. the Rev Robert Zehndw of Hollywood I first prize home economic! entry In the recent
the
daughter The stewardesses have to be District U W. M. L Suwannee River Youth Fair The 15-year-old Tren-
The election of Student Council Barnes and Miss Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Mary program of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence at the plane an hour before de-,
pastoral advisor closed the ton winner made the Jumper of red Indian head and
convention
Officers will be held Mon Hattie Willis, both of Jackson at the St. Paul Baptist Churchat Harveaux of .
Minneapolis.The parture time about 6:30 In
I the blouse and scarf of polka dot Indian head.
day, Oct. 19. The aspiring candidates ville, were sightseeing here yes- LaCrosse. Rev. A. Odom, passengers on the Happy the morning and are on duty

\ made campaign terday. pastor; Jerome Scott, presi- Warrior are the Senator, Mrs. until the day of campaigning is
s speeches in assembly Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strong dent; Mrs. Gladys L. John- Humphrey (when she isn't off over. Whenever they know they

day. and son, Jim, all of Atlanta, son, reporter. on a trip of her own), the Sen-; have a long enough stopover

f t Ga, whose visit here for the ator's four man staff and their, during the day, they leave the
SPECIAL NOTICE past two weeks has been pleas- ARCHER NEWS two secretaries, and membersof plane and go along In the motorcade
I The Duval Elementary School ant, left yesterday for their la Memorlam of press following the cam They looked horrified In Your Heart.

I: Home Room Mothers Club will home. In Memory of Rev. Jake Willis paign.Miss. when It' was suggested that

tii give a Talent Show at the Mrs. Ethel J. Williams left who passed away Oct. 20. Harveaux, Miss Peter- they might choose to stay on .

school Tuesday, Oct. 20, at I yesterday en route to St. Pet- 1963. Mrs. Rossie Willis and Son, the daughter of Mr. and the plane and get a little rest.

*..p.m. cause: of business. She will be family. Mrs. Walter Peterson of Broot- "We'd be missing all the fun"

,I, The admission adults, 35 en, and Joan Dorsey, an ArI- The plane's interior has been
"+ cents; high school, 25 cents; zona girl, were assigned to the adapted to fit its new role I .
elementary school, 15 cents Electra when it was chartered I The typewriters and machines
:' ON DEFENSE "The PACT Is that not one of our
Mrs. Betty Brown, president, Business WomenTo by the Democratic National are up front and the rear compartment
Mrs. Dorothy Anderson, secretary Committee for the campal n.: is reserved for the advanced ICBMs hot ever been subjected to a full

; Mrs. Lorenzo Bown, They think they'll find getting senator. There were two bunk test (of all component systems Including war
i' teasurer; Mrs. M. Hale, re back to regular commercial beds but removed.
Here one was No heads) under simulated bottle conditions. This
I I. porter. Organize flights pretty tame after all the one had time to lie down In it.
does that missile should be
excitement of the past few Snacks Served not mean our systems

LHS HOMECOMINGThe Gainesville has been selected I Designed to help women advance week's. They admit I they've I While they are In flight, the scrapped or that primary emphasis should be Shift.
homecoming will open worked harder and longer than senator Is up and down the td back to the manned bomber But nothing li
with the coronation, T u e sday by the American Business Worn- in the business world, before (since working cabin '
ever they're ; conferring with aides l
This
.
'en's more dangerous than o statiC, rigid petition
next .
Association the cityin
1 as ABWA is non-union, non sectarian -
Lincoln
night, Oct 27, in the on a charter, the American and talking with newsmen. "He
High School auditorium. This which a chapter wIll l be (Installed and non.political, and airline rule of only 30 hours I even stops and chats with us," Notion, to survive, must hove flexibility' In both

II ceremony will Include the by Mrs. Faye Alexson,,,. will not overlap other business duty In 7 days has been suspended Miss Peterson says. His favorite weapons and itrategy. We must move ahead".

i i Queens of Lincoln High School. field executive of the Associa groups, since It is an educational ), but they also are having snack Is cheese and crackers .

lit The local schools will have the tion. Association rather than a wonderful time and learning and shrimp.

priviledge to enter their queens,' Mrs. Alexson, who recently! a club. a great deal about politics. The Minnesota girls adm I 11
but must notify the cornation arrived from the organization'lNational I. Members are admitted on an "We take a look at the crowds they were pretty awed by the ON STATES' RIGHTS "My constant concern Is to

the committee will have the' Headquarters In Kansas invitational basis' and membership and can tell right away whether whole operation when they first put new life and meaning Into the dynamic use

the committee will have h e' City, Mo., explains that the I Is confined to women actively the state Is normally Democratic started but now they feel like of local and irate government, to help people
of the Association is:
privilege of planning for their purpose engaged In business. or Republican," the veteran campaigners They
"To elevate the social and say I achieve some of their most deeply felt needs In such I
entrance. The is al-
ceremony The training program of the girls say. "And as soon as the they don't discuss politics
ways beautiful and will be film- business standards of women in organization includes business press gets back in the plane,, among themselves. "It's just areas as education, social welfare, and community
'
ed Wednesday. business by uniting them nationally -, letter-writing, grammar, speech we know how the speech has better that way", "But they ''If,. If Is there In our states and communities
for training designed to
Wednesday night on the Ath-I make them more efficient, more proper grooming, and personality been received." will be In Minnesota I on that every Individual citizen, can still hove o
letic field-again this year, the emphasis for ABWA memo Three StewardessesThe election night Then the three
'
considerate, and more cooperative meaningful impact on the political process".
Terriers bark. The Bark consist three stewardesses have
work their bers, who are selected from the girls, none of whom knew each
toward their '
of skits and variety num professions, private industries, all their regular duties plus a Other before the campaign
bers. Entries are open to the employers and their J employers'customers and the government.The few more. And en the regular hope to lake a vacation together .

schools of this area. All entries thereby creasing new chapter will I I hold duties get pretty Irregular. before going back to commercial
must be sent to Robert Ayer by their and earning happiness.ability", their success monthly dinner meetings.Mrs. Getting a lot of wandering reporters flights and "coffee, tea You Know He's Right!
Oct. 20. All numbers must be into their seats with or milk."
The Association, which is In Alexson Is now interviewing ]
approved by the committee before seat belts fastened isn't quite No cookies in the house for I
presentation. Three ((3)) its 15th year, has a membership prospective m. m ben as easy as making a simp I e the youngsters Cream together I I II
of business at the Travelodge, where she Is
30,000 womenIn
I to be presented in
trophies are |announcement over the Ijud- butter or margarine with light
: this area. 525 chapters In 46 states. stopping. speaker The plane drops down'brown sugar; add nuts. Spread GOLDWATERFOR

Thursday, Oct. 29, the 1964 in all types and sizes of airfields the mixture over graham crackers -I

parade will take place. The Halloween Luncheon not all of which: are servIced 1 and broil. Let the crackers

.theme for this year will be "The by American airlines, so ,cool to recrisp.A .
.-Terriers Appear, on the West supplies must be obtained from I

era Frontier". Sixteen prizesor Reservations Now Due unfamiliar sources. Dianne Peterson standard two-egg cake PRESIDENT

trophies are to be presented. : remembers the ho m e- I made with two cups of flour/
There wui oe wee awn' made rolls a lady In Sioux Falli .
; Reservations for the annual. Shewey, Mrs. H. J. Spencer, may be baked In two round
Ions one division, competitior. Halloween Luncheon of tht/Mrs John E. Slaughter, Mrs. W. baked for them and says there ;light-Inch layer pans or In a J if t. Mt. Q.Mw t.. to PniMmt Ctmmutml
will be the class and organizations be this.
among can advantages to
: Gainesville Woman's Club 1 B. Tucker, Mrs Donald B. Wilcox I nine-Inch square cake pan. I
of Lincoln High 1 I The girls find theme el v t s '
[scheduled Wednesday at 12:30' Mrs. J. Benton White, Mrs.:
School. There will be another operating as part time "D e n
rp.m.. In the Clubhouse, West R M. Walbeck.
*
division with the competition I Mothers" to the entourage. "Wi ., '" ." '. ;;.' ". ,
1" '
will close
furnished by schools of the city University, Tuesday know when has had a ;:Y' } 'tJ"I' ) 1
) everyone itr. : bl". .
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land county, and the third div, at > p.m. Ag Women's rough day and we think It's .. .. ;'Iff:: .
Reservations for the affair,
feature offered .
sion will competition better to get them smiling thanto ,J
and ( which is open to guests of mem- ".
clubs
by organizations have a lot of long faces. ry
Coffee To Be
of the county and city. bers, should be made by caU.ing Margaret Harveaux explains. X
Mrs. C. D. Maguire or Mrs. ry
-Festively we expect no entries "One night everyone came onboard
: unless the vehicle: Is decorated W. B. Tucker. ThursdayThursday starved but the plane
Mrs. C. C. Montgomery and
-you must send in to the
homecoming committee by Oct Mrs. R. J. Hayes are cochairmen will be the day for

,I 22, your desire to enter the 1964 for the luncheon. the UF Agricultural W o m e n''I FEET FLYin
homecoming parade. Then we Members of their committee Club Coffee, rather than Tuesday .

will send you a number and tell assisting the hospitalities include as announced.The .

you your position the parade. : affair, to be given by the f

;r..' Lincoln High School colors are Mrs. V. H. Alday, Mrs. Met Executive Board of the club, FLATS ft
red and white. FAMU High colors will take place at the Univer-
are Green and orange. H. Atchley. Mrs. L. L. Bohan-Islty Women's Club, West New- When .hewn fly .. fell" t ) ,:fJtv.OAII1' :;

Your decorated float or car son, Mrs. Annie H. Davis Mn berry Road, from 10 to 11:30 het shadflu. .. _hrt. .
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must be on the scene at 1 p.m. W L. Copelon, Mrs. J. L. Cok- a.m. Hive ttIn sad ....... G. I 0004 .IIOf .."

between 3th Ave. and 7th Ave. er ST., Mrs. Robert L. Hostesses will be members of a Metk ."pie leatheriklmmtt The Dodge-sfoe compact DartIf
near the A. C. L. Depot. Six Mn. Sheldon Lee, Mrs. KemP'I I the Executive Board. Mrs. J. R. I
tfcet wig leek you 'like to 'live a /little/ we'd like
bands to take part: N I black McCronie. Sirs D. D. : ] Beckenbaugh is president of the
with to let in on something big. Dart I is the fun compact
Elementary Band, R. J. E Mrs. A. R. Mead. Mn. club. 'lea rlfh e yrlil .. you
High Band of Starke A.L. Me-I with big Id.... About beauty. Comfort Savings.

bane High School Band, Green OWIYBOB'S Styling is crisp clean and

Core Dunbar High Band and the so boldly sculptured that you almost forget
MR. 4/ %
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Choose your brand of spice from exciting j

NOTICEThe I Dart models. u 1

West Coast Holsters! and PAIR Everything from the hold-on-to-your-hatt ,

Deacons Union choir will meet Oh, bed Dart GT convertible to the trailblazing

today at I pm. at the home of days! 'h" 4-doof wagon. Power ? Choose one of ,
Mrs. H. G. Shuman at Arredonda. t
r 3r: dividends en 2 thrifty Sixes or 2 hustling V8's.Go I ,
Dart for '65. You won't miss any of the fun. off

.* SESSION my Mviflftaccount Dodge comes on big for '65 'J ,r- "

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: protesting the government's Sunday night broadcast -

Barry Questioning Security on JenkinsWASHINGTON I denial of free time to Goldwater I asked for contributions Monday
!to match President Johnson's I night to help pay for it

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(AP) Sen. nominee planned to spend the wide television for a half-hour I Johnson ordered Hoover to based on the fact that he Is a The senator said security
Barry Goldwater wages his day recording a television tonight to talk about morality: in have the FBI make a full inves member of my Air Force Reserve questions are "my sole interestin i ==CHAIN LINK==
presidential campaign on three speech dealing with foreign government tigation. squadron on Capitol Hill," this affair."
> Goldwater Monday sent a letter Goldwater disclosed In his Goldwater said.
fronts today after asking for an policy and developments In the He asked Hoover: "Why was
FBI report on "possible security Communist world. on the Jenkins matter to letter to Hoover that two FBI The senator, a major generalin Mr. Jenkins not subjected to a HURRICANE
factors" involved In the case of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. agents came to him In Chicagolast the Air Force Reserve, com- thorough security check and
He hits the road tonightfor
resigned White House aide WaIter again President Johnson asked Saturday to ask about Jenk- mands the 999th Squadron, investigation upon moving Intoa
W. Jenkins. >an address at Ptkesville, Jenkins to resign a week ago I ins. He said they arrived at 6:30 made up largely of congressmen highly sensitive position In the FENCE
Md. He canceled a speech in after it was learned the White am. to ask ,"whether I knew and their aides. White House? i
The Republican presidential Baltimore and postponed until House aide had twice been arrested anything of the personal habitsof I Protect And
Coldwater said he thought It "It certainly Is apparent from!
Oct. 26 another at to I
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-on Oct. 7 and In 1959 Mr. Walter Jenkins."I 'I 3eoatify
I curious that two agents were what has already been disclosed
the television show.
prepare on morals charges. Jenkins was Informed them of my very Your Hem
assigned to conduct the brief that no such check was asked
He Is due to appear on nation Johnson's top assistant limited knowledge of the man, interview, that the hour they for or made." I NOW

arrived "reflected apparent The foreign affairs speech Is
urgency" and that "my opin-:tentatively planned for broad
LBJ Plans HomeStretchVote ion of the subject's loyalty cast Wednesday night. GOP
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FISH FRY I Johnson Is scheduling a direct attacks on Gold- and Johnson's chances of I REV. JOHN E. NEIHOFA. NO DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To PayPHONE
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5 PM to 9 PM make personal appearances Inall son Is expected to take off again the key Detroit area. 172-1129 I7I-IMI
.f areas where they believe for Ohio.' Coldwater has listed
such campaigning win boost his the Buckeye state as one he
HOWARD vote total. must carry if he is to win. I tIIlIlU'I1I UlW l I

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Electrical Contractor and Arkansas close ones which 1 OUAUTY Laminates! Suedes! 13IS000NT
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nominee. 1 ,r 1
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friends or family,and your thirst's by fresh air and extr- urged Monday the defeat of a 1 I 1 1
I ciM-thut's the ideal time for a cool, refreshing glass of beer. In constitutional amendment allowIng I .s '
can name your recreation-swimming, hiking, or Just school i
t, watching TV-and chances: are nothing the world fits it quite fund the to be state spent principal for university '' .. ZIP-OFF, HOODED \ '
as well.beer.
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in land of freedom-and that our right to enjoybeer t
live personal
we a said money In the fund has been
and lie,if wt so desire,is just one,but an Important one,of for "the exclusive use of public '
those personal freedoms. amendment tL 3.97 1 :
schools. They say the I : \ 1
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DEAR ABBY: You have said In your column that It lalot Sincerely, "PEEKER" 1

proper to put "NO CHILDREN, PLEASE" on a formalwedding DEAR "PEEKER" True enough The one who holds his LI EAN

[ invitation, but If I had It to do over again, I would cards carelessly, thereby giving sis opponent the advantage; sooim1Ns'a WRNoetU OeRnFlCATL OLD D s151 UIt AROMAf[mz
Include It on mine. I was married In June, and there
"blameless"for ffij I
has only himself to blame. But Is the opponent
18 children under 12 old at wedding, ..nddon't
,were years my taking the advantage Just became It is available? I d OOMMONS.,
J mind telling you that they ruined It for me. At the z
reception they put their fingers In the punch bowl, threw think notDEAR o :=

food on the floor, and they were filthy from running falling tella <
to
continually
ABBY: Yes It does get tiresome
:down and sliding all over the dance floor. One overgrown
to hold her cards so no one can see them or "chest
S-yearold girl fell on the musician's cello and broke It to person :J
cards," they In Vermont The player Is so accustomed -
as say
bite, and I was responsible. I 'don't care if it IS Improper.I your
to hearing this that after a while it doesn't regIster a a
I let mother talk out of making sun
me
am sorry my Here's how I cured someone: I said, "I see that you
jno-children spoiled my wedding. SORRY have four spades. Are you going to play the queen or '
the ?" After that she remembered to hold her cards
three-spot
DEAR SORRY ffhei I am asked what U "proper,", Iconsult
two authorities M etiquette awl quote .them. But I back. ON GUARD
have abe said that there are "laws" that transcend at laws I.0 I JEST 1 I BY ON
of Emily and Amy. I mean the laws el eeasldentloa, c..- RUN OUT WAY HOME
-N CAN I BORRVH
DEAR ABBY: We are writing to find out how to put a THIS 5 TO ME SORRY
vemlence sad *. AId If the rules ef etiquette A CUP VERY
common see OF SUGAR e
the
idea tooth on marketIf ,
fabulous new in packaging paste MORNIN FROM YOU
are passed over la favor ef these, the dlssealer deserves we contact the tooth paste companies, what would prevent .-.*. ELVINEXPM LOWEtZYr /

to be congratulated. S 3 them from looking at our idea, stealing It, giving us nothing
and marketing it themselves? How do you go about gettinga rIJ
DEAR ABBY: You have always held my highest esteem
patent on an Idea without having stolen before the patent
: with your replies concerning: domestic problems, but you goes through? Ills an absolutely new concept In the tooth
lost the bid in the bridge department. When "Honest Abe" paste field, but we don't know what to do with it. Can ;:;..

asked whether It was acceptable to peek at an opponent's you help us?
t cards, you said "NO." MR.AND MRS. B. P. IN CHICAGO :) all

As debate, I submit 0 this quotation from Ely Culbertson: DEAR CHICAGOANS: There are attorneys and agents
"If a player exposes any part of his hand to an opponent who specialize la patents and copyrights. Look .la the yellow rIJ
he has only himself to blame if the opponent takes advantage pages lid you woa't have to worry about where the yellow

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I GM,, Union I Sweeping Study Begun by Catholics I language English that Is such It'spells a crazy-quCf its 40-

odd basic sounds of vowels and.
I Soviet
11 Setup FastSettlement consonants In some 1,000 different
Pledge VATICAN CTTY ( ed, are no less the anxieties and meats aimed at ending racial, Catholics ,about birth
Questions of war and AP-I the hopes the, griefs and the social: and economic discriminations. While It propose* no-eoDtrol.l ways.. __

,j t love and marriage, : Joys of this council" turnabouts In church on
and brotherhood and The schema acknowledges the
progress Some council: officials warned contraception It out the I VOTE
: balds
Justice came before the Vatican growing of questions In
, Still PuzzleBy DETROIT (AP) Genera I IEcumenle.1 against .too much pressure
I expecting of Roman prospect that changes: may be in'
Council today as the minds many
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and Unit HAYDONBURNS
I. Motors Corp. the from the long awaited document the offing.It .
the Roman Catholic "
Auto Workers Union have assembly
They said there Is muchIt
A JOHN M. HIGHTOWEI Soviet ruling group, the actual pledged President Johnson they; turned the modern to a study world.of the churchIn does not do. Others termed PUC Okays scientists urges and doctors married, sociologists people to,
post-Khrushchev power structure :- will strive for settlement .s the document a brilliant exam
d ;1' WASHINGTON (AP) U.S.. Is not yet clear and the quickly u possible in i today. The study being undertakenby pie of the church's ability to FEC collaborate with theologians in
HearingTALLAHASSEE
.. exploring the Issue It that
I officials are watching for poss\\ possibility of further changes, old strike. the 2,500 council fathers In says
s think and speak In fresh, modern
in the !So-. St. Peter's Basilica la of the out of such study solutions "can
ble further upheaval boll one
possibly Involving a power The! President prodded '
terms of significance to men (AP) The still be hoped for."
I vlet Union's leadership as they most sweeping ever to be ALL-FLORIDA
struggle In the Kremlin, onus company and union Monday to conildertd -
everywhere. Utilities Commis.ston
Florida Public
''i consider what steps the United be borne In mind.Khrushcbev's try for speedy settlement, saying by an ecumenical council : The schema ales calls for GOVERNOR
States should take in the eomlnl formal author!- continuance of the strike In the church's 2,000yearhistory. The schema is a direct app alto has agreed 2-1 to hear complaints : religious liberty for everyone to No AdV.

weeks to deal with chanled ty was divided between Bre "wlH Jeopardize the conttouou the world's half billion Catholics that the Florida East enjoy freedom of conscience.
International conditions. zhnev, as first secretary of the upward thrust at our economy." The opening lines of the schema to work for brotherhoodwith Coast! Railway should be required .
Communist party, and Alexel N. More than 100,000 of GM's 160,. on the modern world struck all men. It calls on Catholics to reinstate passenger
President Johnson, who conferred labor strike
Its
with congressional ]ead- Kosygln, 60, as premier. 000 production workers haw the keynote of the document to take I a continuously active service despite
era for 2tt hours Monday, hu+ U.S. experts said real power been Idled. The President sak They said: "The Joys and the part In the, formation of ,A date to hear complaints by Gas Genie says:
J called a meeting of his aped! In the Soviet Union Is vested lithe this Is starting to have an tat griefs, and the hopes and the public opinion in:science: and Miami, SL.Augustine .and St,
\ ,advisory committee on foreign, Communist party's Presidl pact on production and employ: anxieties of modern man, especially .' culture, in programs to Improve Johns County will be set later:
: : for Wednesday. TbJa urn, which la a kind of board of ment in other Industries., of the poor and the afflict- community life, and In move- railroad YOU ARE
policy The asked the commission
\ drib
directors with Brezhnev's pool Another auto industry ,,
of prominent privacitizens .
group tlon that of chairman of the against General Motors Corp.,, to dismiss the complaints
\ will be given detail board. ended Monday there days after Turn; Cold on grounds It has no jur- ALWAYS READY
world developmen/ Youngsters .
reports on sdiction: and that acts of vlo- -
Administration officials say It began with agreement on I
consider varioi, .
asked to
and Jacksonville
the situation faced by Brezhnev,, contract covering AMCi lance on the tracks from
new : : v for
possible actions.Johnson ICosygln and other members oi automotive division. There! wen Shoulder to :Modern ,ArtWith to Miami made passenger

told newsmen that 1 heI the Communist ruling group li 24,000 involved here. I travel unsafe. W WINTER' with

I had met with the concession. basically different In one respect General Motors and the UAW ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) some seated in wheelchairs The cities said that state"law
leaders, Democrats and Repullcans from that which faced tot reached accord: on a new national Young patients of the children\ others displaying bandages requires a railroad to operate
but gave no details of the men who took over after Stalln'i contract Oct. I, ,but at-tne- ward at University/ of Michigan and an In hospital garb, at least one passenger train a
information presented to then death In 1053. plant l working ..lI'eemenllwhich Hospital Just don't appreciate the critics: aged 4 to 12 Witched day on all parts of its system
He said the reports he and se. The men now In power have supplement It have been modern art. while volunteer guild member.
era! Cabinet members lave lad a great deal of experience reached by only 79 of 130 UAW They had a chance to have a lifted each painting for Judging"I In e/r conditioning,at: ,natural gasYou
constituted "a highly classlfU I In! working together.' They. bargaining units in GM. I print of Georges Braque's "Still get sicker the more I look In fit* cors..Jt'sCHRYSLER
briefing." shared authority with Khrushchev When a Sept. 29 strike deadline Ufe-tbe.Table" bung on their at It," Mid one Juror, scratching 5e barip
who almost threeyears' the union called out ,
.. spent passed walls.:One of them said her adhesive tape while examlnlng "
It Is understood that admlnltration / : "It ball
for fno
.
time away from Moscow.It Its members, except in ? GM Renoir's "Patbiage i vary have no clewing or adjustment problems.
officials told the legislslive ] is considered possible plants selling parts and looks like a Junkpile. your supply i If always there,all you do is just turn it
leaders they are not .ure therefore that the of which ,They bad'a chance to have Longchamps. -
: Ford and Chrysler
process ries to on.
domestic international A student painting of a rhl\ I-( ;
what issues, or down Into Maurice Utrillo's famous "Ca
shaking an orderlygovernment already bad negotiated new
led to the overthrow i of under the new leadership national 'economic packageswith thedral at Rhelms" hung on the noceros, done In red, yellow

Soviet.Premier Khrushchev.: will be less difficult for the UAW.A wIlL One of them said: "If he'd and orange, however., won ,prompt approval Tee.eyed Homo CtfflfMt Call m for a free 'survey and estirnote.eineevih .

The briefing Is also understood ;- the current rulers than for Stal return to work on GM'scloaed.down paint some ghosts coming out The only masterpiece deemed fer IIIW .r existing home
to have brought out that in's successors., assembly! lines was of the walls, he'd have ftmade. FRENCH :=
acceptable: was Georges PIerre RAY x.15
while Leonid L Brezhnev, 17! The most immediate of the made contingent Upend settlement t Seurat's "The Seine at Courbe lIi'G e II'.nv
.
difficulties faced by the new So art committee of the ..... ". Sy Alt C..1c. /Htoali
In ,
seems to be the top man thIn of local-level Issues. an Vole." It beat the rhinoceros by ..
leadership Is a scheduled meetIng uspltaTs volunteer's guild II .
President Johnson old Monday '
two votes. 7I4.NW. llt 11.4-
I of 28 Communist party representatives a quick end to the GM Installing paintings a little more' -" sHoots 172-1703 237 W. link', : Ave I Phone.FR.2-6391

,The in Moscow in mid- trite would be "... tilt best suited to young patients'/ tastes The Braille system of printIng !
December to consider the problem ( The welcome paintings
more
1 Interest of the parties, of toe for the blind was evolved
of divisions In the bloc., and of the general include six works chosen by an
economy by\ Louis Braille, a frail
young
U.S. officials ay they would art Jury" of nearly two don
not be surprised if the Bre- public I members of the younger hospital Frenchman. He died at the age
: Company of 43 and did not s*' his system
statements
Capitol zhnev. Kosygln regime decidedto set ,
". cancel the meeting, especially ed were hseparatesoid willing to work "day they and In contrast with the prints of fully everywhere.accepted. Today It is used. Take a chance on this :

.. Thll In view of considerable opposition Igbt" to resolve local-level lames. the masterpieces, the youngsters I ,
, WASHINGTON (AP) -
', to it among European chose from a selection of ".
: 'i Weather Bureau says radio- Communist leaders. Automotive/ News reportedthat paintings done by students at Florida Needa .j" .1" (.
' r live material from Red China'. Officials: her I expect the new national passenger ear be Forsyth Junior High School HAYDON I BURNS r" ., i.l.l'
' atomic test blast last FrIday; Soviet leaden to make an effortto reduction tea oft Jut week toa" art classes In Ann Arbor. ...
may already have started to find to patch These th ones they At Governor .
some way up estimated 71,. units com were .
'i pass over the United States, but the quarrel with Red China. pared with 179,422 built In the really liked, the children elalned. 1- ) : .
lack of rain could: mean .vet quiddrop .
,However, statements so far corresponding week d IMS. a ;
little will M to earth. "
made by Moscow officials bare General Motors estimated "Hickory: Dlckery Dock: for .
t Atomic Energy 'Commlsslo Failed to shed /light on the Krern- earlier the national Ion In wags example, won unanimous aproval. low-yield I atomic bomb ::: '
scientists added Monday the Un', practical Intentions at the amounted to |7 million amended "Little Jack Horner,"
any fallout from the"tow yield'" moment. day. also was accepted unanlmousl
-l the Chinese supply lines -
I" test would not be likely "to on .


f cause In lilt any nation.undue health' 'hazard"I 4 Downed Fliers Back to Duty i in North. Viet Norn.. 'I hi t.". s


WASHINGTON'AP) The BARRY GOLDWATER
FBI said Monday that ft. invetlgatlons .; ;' WASHINGTON<(APr'':' b. that the crewmen be uted to the navigational error," .
In the yeir that ended Air Force has cleared for further "kept on l1y1nl.talus,' 'the Air the Air Fore said. Qstot.d In. HIWSWEEK. May 20, 1M3.
June 30 led to 12,121 conviction. three officers \ told The Associated
flying duty the Fore:* : Two members of the crew
f and actual, suspended and pn- '
whose reconnaissanceplane : Press. have been on ground aaslgn-
batlonary sentences that totaled strayed over CommunistEast Air Force headquarters approved ments at the ToulRosIeres AirBase
more than 38,100 years. last March and In France the
: Germany the board's recommendations. pending
Director J. Edgar Hoove was shot down bye Soviet Jet, It A spokesman said outcome of their cases. Theyare Think
noted that fines, savings .nd was disclosed today.A that closes the e.... Capt David L. Holland,
1 recoveries In cases Investigate flying evaluation board After the plane wes downedon pilot, from Holland, Minn and elm. -
by the FBI reached a new blamed the RBM's border March 10, the Russians and II Capt.. Melvin J. Kessler. an and
I record level $210,771,402. He crossing on failure of the East Germans charged that Instructor navigator from Phila VOTE
said that represented a return plane's compass and recom Investigation of the wracka,11 delphla. a,1 ... cw..' Vote Democratic

of 1143 for every dollar a|' "_b1labad beyond a doubt"that I The third crewman; Lt. Harold DONi TOTE
proprlated for the FBI. It was on a spy minion.n W. Welch, navigator,' of ,
It also noted that the Corona. Grenades Hit The United States said the I Detroit, was badly hurt to the eM tilt C.toy iuer
lilt party had "worked tare. GIs in KoreaSEOUL plane had wandered Into Communist downing of the plane The AIr l.,lett

mlttlngly to Increase Its Infhi- air space by mistake. Force said he itfll la hospitalized ,
sore In they aclal struggle: gall I South Korea (AP) -I The Air Forte Command ordered at Chanuta Air Force Jit I LYNDON JOHNSONIK
new members through an Intensive The U.S. 6th Army announced widening of an tipper tone Base,RantouL IlL
soldiers All three officers were held by HAYDON BURNS
youth recruitment cam that five UJ. were along toe East-West boundary

palp; and promote the fait attacked Sunday by unknown In Germany and Air Force the Russians to East German C vtrtior of Florida .. lMee...... IK .... lit A... n MOT
that it Is legitimate persona with hand grenadesnear planes flying/ n the area were after they parachuted: from
Impression a M. ............ Cfc sense ,C** euwfc. Nmrt MM Tries
political party." the demilitarised) BOM.On directed to be under "positive their stricken: plane. Welch: was Burns Means BusinesshM
soldier was wounded In tilt leg. radio control" at an tarn freed March 21. Holland and ( ...It..... Ad) '.
said the
Th report that nun The announcement 'said till Kessler March 27.
b.ndledb1 The board held that a major
her of civil rights cases
the FBI Increased to 3,34(1( attack occurred between the cause of the Incident "was the enltellR Rftettr NAAbllleae7y N r.00r O aNinrt; ell sateen tee.eeeesroel.w
southern boundary of the cone failure of electronic navigational Re I.f SNEEZING ..
described sub :
which It as "a and the ImJIn River. The sol f ."
board the RBM
stantlal rise over the previous equlnment on !
diers were hunting.The > : t"6' Asrt ar
!
y
plane fiverOft
year. Army said soldiers hav
searching the area after the "The board found that weather
WASHINGTON (AP) Pre.1- attack sighted three persons but conditions which obscured Or.tXuft Green Mountain
dent Johnson says his admlnlitration they escaped in dense foliate. the ground to the craw eontrlb-: CIOOHITTM COMPOUND Mj e.e. % H 3 ?
spent $41 million let seer J
during the July-September peel
ed than the late President Job SAVE, 22.95. dearborn
I P, Kennedy's spent during! the ,

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By JOYCE A. CASTLEN!:

The Brooker Garden Club +srs .aaw Urges Goldwater Vote
met at the Community Center ,
Tuesday night for their regular
monthly meeting. '-'
Meeting was called to order

by the president, Mrs T. W. Civil Rights Supreme Court
Markey. I Lake JC ,
After a short business session City Hit At Starke Rally
", meeting was toned over
to Mrs. E. L. Lester owner of i Ranks 4 In
SAM McGARVEY
:'Faustina's Flower Shop who I By
Sn Staff Writer
a demonstration on Dried
gave STARKB "Wo need a different approach to the)
Adult Classes
Arrangements. Mrs. Lester also
Back Prison "
discussed with the members the to' problems of government today Duval County State
Rep. Tom Slado Jr. abated at a Citiiena for Goldwater
proper care of house plant Wealey Hendley (left)'and Charles Simmons begin their return to prison ac LAKE CITY Lake City rally here last night.
.. Mrs. Ann Starling, wilted compaaied by Florida Highway patrolman H. F. Wiggins and Gilchrist County Junior College and Forest Ranger 1 "Wo cannot have a strong n.Uon.lrovemment." hi
by Mrs. Ernest Edwards, servo Sheriffs Deputy L C. Strickland. The pair escaped last march. Hendley was School now rank fourth laid! "unlesi we have a strong, responsible local and
ed refreshments at the close of serving a sentence for a crime he did not commit and for which he has been among Florida Junior colleges i ':state government. The start must be made here in
the meeting. absolved of guilt. (Sun photo by Bob Meeker) la providing general adult 1 thorother Bates In Florida and in all
education courses. in the country. You ara not entitledto

A report from the Division. of _rights without assuming responsibilities"
ABSOLVED OF CRIME'Innocent' Community Junior I Colleges .- Rep. Slade, who has switch I
tJI State Department of Education I I u---over to the Republican Party fen the only approach to a
shows that 1,011 adults are THOMPSON' Aid Sen. Barry Goldwater of,.. sensible government In W a i h>
: enrolled la adult education classes Ington.
Escapee Back administered by the junIor "When you take from people
college In Columbia. CoonVolusia Bradford who produce and gin It to others -
.. ty.> County who had the same opportunity
Dade, and Manatee ." he charged "you an
I .her l By BOB MEEKER one else's sentence Hendleywas which 1 e'has served five clipping of his story as It appeared counties have more adults laying the groundwork for destruction
Sna Staff Writer returned to prison to face years.Perry. in' tile newspaper I to enrolled." .", .
TRENTONA North Caro- two more years. and Simmons were send to bii girl back in North The General Adult Educa- Meeting Planned Ha concluded remarks by
line man was returned to the Hendley pleaded guilty to tracked down with dogs and Carolina. He said he wantedto tine courses art offered free urging those present to get out
Florida prison system yesterday the escape and to a charge of captured the same day they show her he was not guilt of charge and are provided for and work for. a. Republican vic
after his arraignment grand larceny auto. He and escaped but Hen 4 It y and of the 1962 crime In Sarasota nth white and Negro students STARKE Bradford County meeting held early this month I tory.
:4 for, escape while serving a another escapee stole a gasoline Nichols were captured the following He said he had never been Among courses being offered Commission Carl Preva tt but failed to take decisive ac The meeting wu conductedby
prison term for a crime he truck In making their morning nearDade convicted of any crime before are literacy courses, pre-/high has called a special: meeting 01 tion. Dr. T. G. Bitch who is actIng -
did not commit. getaway. and that bo felt he was judged school high school: vocational the Commission on Oct. 9 n. u chairman of the 1 10 c a I
Wesley Hendley 25, Thorn- Judge J. C. Adklns In the City.Hendley said he and Nichols guilty by association. Ha said and home economics. starting at 130: a.m. to const- Naval Stores Goldwater. organisation. He Introduced
: savllle.NC.wasservingfive Eighth Judicial Circuit Courtof stole a gasoline tank he was running with the Adult may earn their high er t the following agenda: Risen Mathewi. who

h5' years on a 1962 Sarasota Gilchrist County sentenced truck belonging to Lancaster wrong crowd while working ta school diplomas or acquire 1)) Appoint a county attorneyand ProblemsAre to serving as treasurer, who In
'f,,' breaking and entering charge I Hendley to two yean for the Oil Co., Trenton, and headed construction to Sarasota. H. men skills for Improvement In a county prosecuting tttoney. turn Introduced the! other rpesk...
when he, along with three escape and two more for theftof South. had been In Florida only three their !obt. Courses mule and .. en.
.other convicts ran away from the truck. Taking Into consideration Trenton feed !truck driver months when convicted.In art provide for cultural on- Cited The I first was CoL P. W.
a road crew near Bell last the mitigating Robert Langford became auspicious other action yesterday provement. 2)) Request an advance from Thompson t OelnetvttJe Repute:
March 30. circumstances Judge .Adklns when be recognisedthe Judge Adklns sol Nov. 10 as Courses are administered by the State Road Department for beat, who drew u P o at td
He was absolved of all guilt made the second two yean truck so far south and trial date for Negro Andrew Keity A. Wilson director of the rebuilding the Hydrocarbon: a htgPoor producer management, round of applause with hii attacks
'. bi the 190 crime by a Sarasota run concurrent with the first. called the oil company .I In Leo Walker oncbargesof evening division it the Junior ,Road near Brooker to primary of leases and the necessity : on the, present admlnl
court last week. Hendley escaped from the Trenton. breaking and entering Jim's College. talus.. of large Investment baton tratlon. ,
i Hendley told this reporter road crew last m a l'C h along ,"For Cod's sake stop that Bar and the A and J Farm Twenty-seven white teachers 3)) Act on bids on oiling and an Income can be realised Terming conunualsm the
yesterday he was In Lakeland with Robert Perry, HaroldR. truck" an excited employetold Service Store. and 9 Negro teachers bold :lagging a Brooker road. were cited yesterday. u major greatest evil the world baa ever
the night the Sarasota Nichols and Charles Simmons. \ him. "It's stolen. Public defender R. A.:Green night classes. at Columbia High 4)) Repeal all actkms ofbe\ problem confronting the naval seen Col. Thomnioa said
Jewelry store was robbed..He I Perry and Nichols have. Langford notified the Florida asked that bail be reduced School Richardson' High I Commission Inconsistent w I th aura .Industry In the production "They an taking over the.
laid be tried to tell the Sarasota been returned to prison. Highway Patrol and 11 from 11,250 on the two count School New Hope School Fort the actions taken at the special of pine gum. worn, and are I in Cuba today. ,
authorities but they refused I Simmons 30, Fort Meade, minutes later the truck was to a total of HOO but It was Whha-Bethlehm School and meeting Speaking to the Naval Stores I But Hit gnatest danger Is not
to check out his story. pleaded guilty to escape and stopped and the escapees token denied by Uw court pending;. ether centers approved by me The Commission debated the Work Conference at the Unlver-, from mlulles then it la from
He wu convicted n d". i n- received months to be add- Into custody. consultation with the p ink) director. I first three proposals. listed at a ally of Florida William. BN Washington.Ha .
fenced to five years. ed to a IQ-year sentence for Hendley'i prime fc 0 n c!ern supervisor. Walker Is current .*U Aintkmrm- lbstnChemical ...! .." attacked MM-.- null-.- -Ifl.tite-...- '
Yesterday after hiving breaking and entering with yesterday seemed to be who ly on parole from a 15 year Co.. Clan St. Mary,, Bill the Supreme Court act 't
served two years of some Intent to commit a felony, of ther or not he could get a sentence. Lake City Jr. College Staff also. pinpointed important IJI| government extravagance and
"
portunlUes In gum production then added .. fore It adjourned

: Week Activities I 3 Youths Forms Speakers' Bureaumusic He income emnhasbed/ can be that realised a higher by a million .shun Congrtsi fund for voted this.campaign Sloe

Farm-City I landowner who has 11 m b e r Itleasa I' and called It a poverty

Sent ToMarianna LAKE CITY TIlt Lake at), and trips to Europe and for naval stores purposesBy : Tube omthe"r.p..R.rwas Harold
so doing this landownei
Junior College and Fores I t South America.
.. can realize more Hill a Republican from Do Co
Gets Ranger School has a new speak nvenuo peiacre
.Planning UnderwaySelection : en' bureau composed of 8 faculty Two foreign students and the "before liquidation of rIse i I I tor's Inlet, who to running forM
and staff volunteers.A president of the 11 u d II t government crop he salt & Stale Leglalatun from Clay
win to the Bounty..
participate
of an outstandingfarm W. H. (Pete) Simmons was County Agent Wilburn Farrcll 1 I STARKE -Three list of topics will be furnished ; speaken bureau this semester. Other opportunities Niglisaid HID listed the various groups
family and city family a appointed secretary to |he and Associate Agent A. T. Andrews teenage boys were Hampton.I to program chairman of., Additional students will be addled Include research on now which are In hack of the ".. .
banquet to honor them, and a Farm City Committee.C. are to arrange for the i sentence given to the Indeterminate -, duos and activities: In the Junior to the roster later. stimulants which would prolong sal administration, a a d all. a
tour of the agricultural facilities campus tour which will take i Marianna School for college'! five county com 1 the flow of gum production and, .said "The Coknvater support- :
on the University of' Florida Key Baptist place In the afternoon prior to I Juvenile Judge 'Theme Boys by munity. Appointment for i peak or! thus help solve labor shortage era asked for nothing but to be '
Yawn
campus are part of activities the banquet. Topics covering the. vanoui may be arranged through Mn.M..llyn problem., let alone while the Johneoa people
following a hearing hero
Meet
planned for local observation of Women Loy Strickland win -yes.terday. department and program lathe Johnson Public Rela-' Nagla further recommended want an they can get"
arrangefor Uoni Director it the Junior cot
Farm City Week which starts CEDAR KEY -Tbt Charging that people today
womenof A fourth encouraging good supervisors I
the member of the by
for tour. Junior
transportation gang allege are athletics .log*.
nan .been. divided and .
Nov. 20. the First Baptist Church that had stolen two paying higher salaries. conquered ,
The planning of then and other of Cedar' Key were hostesaei Other committee members Include Gainesville had twice can broken in art, programmed I a i ton cHon. Looking Into the future he. he said Tab to tile I

events is being done by a Wednesday to the Women's Van Murphy, farm forester Into a Hampton store was also L Geneva Fish predicted that gum naval stores. last chance: for our people. to '
committee beaded by Alachua Missionary Untoa of Harmony far Alachua County. and sentenced to Marianna but then i. to a position to eipaad get till kind of goverameut .. -
County Commission Chairman Association, with M r.. Hugh Walter (Bun) Mixson Gainesville placed: under probation Starke Man Wins around seven-fold to the case of I..." ]1.'
r) : G. M. Davis. : Walter of Trenton presiding Sun farm editor. A Hampton man Howell Wli- Not a Problem growing demands for the derlv- The audience contained a'delegation J'; '
t I The committee held Its Initial Mn. George Birdsey. local I llama who had been arrested Art Show First lives of oleoresln. from Claf I County,
meeting last Thursday' night president welcomed the group Farrell Mrs. McSwUM and on a charge of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS A The Naval Stores Conference who i sprinkling of Democrats
receiving stolen
,and the planning started. of M, representing churches Mhaoa wan named as pub- goods In connection with the STARKB A portrait entered study made by e biologist Mlrates which concludes today opened 'w had Invited to hear the
+ Nov M was tentatively set as la ma Association, Udty committee. yesterday morning with a welcome Goldwater message
I case was bound over to the Circuit by Larry Elder woe first\ that KM rough, nth .populatioa -
the dais for the and the la Ibegeneral I by UFPresldeal J. I Dr. Slick aid thai Mra. E.
banquet "Worship Ktof" The led meeting of the Court. place: In an. art ethlblt ben of Lab Geneva to not
.tour of fas campus. theme for me,...The Firm Oty Committee to ached- Judge Yawn reprimanded the sponsored by the Starki Junior numerous enough" to bo a probm. Wayne Haiti and Jobs Gray ". Hayes to serving as secretary ..4
TtafarmendcUyfamfflesto rcomnmtitba cbasrmea II then \ Club. director of the UP Seheel I aFore of mt local organhaUoa a
alsd Oct 21 II 7: ,A parent of the boys for not Woman' ,
4 oe honored an to be selected. by conducted conference nartods ..try. for OtUmmltr.Hawthorne .
t mtesuty Room In checking on their activities
:Coen and
a committee compoad lira for Instruction.Bar. for truth Second place: la the exhibit by In a report made by the
Joseph ...... Mr. and James H. Paddock, retired he eaurthaaN.I. accepting: offered as the explanations local artists was won by Raymond Game Fresh Water hit Commission -
R.GAsaa, Mrs. JJaetBe.i8a:47wd.llradas pastor of the Cedar Key I. 4 Among moot who by them.: I&tf..... and third place to the KeytteM Heights Notes I
testified at was won I by Mrs. Evelyn Ha- City Council the .
BariHaVand btologM ,
Church, gave the dosing prayer suggests
Flier Fla. the hearing were: James Horn, ;
visits
lass Mrs. Josephs and benediction. alee. that steps ho lain to
Kamoton
I .. Swtos, lountj homo. demonogtrstfcof The church and pastortamhave H, Phillip.store former owner.William Samples serA total of eight. paintings unprevt fishing .to the .tote By LOTTA WADgWORTHTilophsBS dog show to Tallahassee.. It 11weekend.

'1 agent been redecorated recently. .TAMPA (AT) Com. James marshal Dr. Florence Jennings both oil and water colon, were He suggest the setting. up of stt-tM I Their Flu placed
a ? A eaiDnIJIIII CGlllJIIIIId of Jim to readtossa for the new pastor, Deottde'famed Wont War n Bradford County Juvenile entered. The patotingi\ have "Mi attracton" such u Mr. and Mn. Jtounte Miller third.
/ I i ..... Robert Johnson. and Rev. Jimmy Shelton of WHS flier;b achedtloi to campaign counselor and Bradford Deputy Ilea on display during the I brush piles and the feeding of of Old Hickory Teat, hare Mrs Purl Tbtratta ofWaitPakelachrvIaIIIag
[Mrs. Elizabeth Ahrano are to ton. The pestorium was beaotl- to Tampa and Pensaetla Sheriff Robert CnaTurnpike past week at the local library flshptneuHornet's been vkaUng her mother, Mrs.' .
r make banquet arrangements. fun, decorated with coral vine, 11ancII Long.Mr. her mother Mrs. Maggie. Waits.
[ Davis and John Sparkman lace fern and lilies for the covered Wednesday for Republics Gold-presidential Laws 1- !: and Mn. fit4 Deter I Mr. and Mn. F. D. Williams.

F are to obtain a banquet ..peak.ere dish luncheon following the nominee Barry Nest. pent the weekend to Tamp. Mr. and II,.. W. P. Baker and
\ '. ......" water. ]1W StrictJACRSGNViIhX -- --- -- with. relatives. Cot and ...... R. B. Baker had

.. '. ,J J J : (APTbFlorida .I. a, PAN BVGGfNat time of the featured event, the, Kea Canine flew to Chicagoedneaday direr. to ....... Monday night
( 'Turnpike Authority, sad CAROLYN BELL foothill game Firrt ruaaar spwaa I. sight to attend Miss Diane Mlddleton, attend
I ARCHER MAN.Peanut adopted regulations Monday requiring Miss Linda Wheeter, white the convention of the Associated ill Florida State University to
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n tandem track an Bus Hawthorne High third place was shared by MtosPamHuggtosaadMtoiDlaao Dairies Industries.Thursday Tallahassee was the week end
t Sunshine Slate Parkway to.lam well tote Hi 'IUI school year Mn. 0. E.: Cay etertetosd guest of her mother, ...... Helen
nabltty tonsrnneo Bf to U as* wah tremendous school.... ...... The evict wissponsored with a bridge luncheon Mttfliton,
i tins and pass, nod awls]* ........'. free Banal flan. by tile Beta Clsb.Wtoasrsafdto a! her ...... The .here was I Mrs. John Henry Thomas! of
Champ mpect en ....'-.J s Ve 1ansei fey eotobnted \the opeatos of. float contest decorated with faD flowers and Raddfck to visiting her daughter.
j The tracks will ube able to Appmtaatehjr TJ* per- wen the fife grade, Scalar, a lovely luncheon was enjoyed Mn liD "UliMII.1In. j
f' aaa ... ,parkway tor several sens attended and enjoyed. t do- Class and Junior Class.Tha Bridge followed. Playing. were Allnt "oodberry and her
ARCHER W. D.USA Batoy af Archer SpnIp.- declared. llai thampliia Fbrtoagnwers. ....... .... .ampiWj. r Beams flab dtoaer.ItaadgMystoBttehmdnis. ...... an preodhr 'nhMttof Mn FredCele. Mn J. D. mother Mrs. George Whileomb.
!has been denied Sto swat .gfawtog based oa their 19O praducttoi afUT "" and ewhaegtog thaW Kaykendall. Mn f. D. Wll can a up from Plant City for the
champion of Florida based ea hto. IM ... poajada par aero on m tlUm aOsV far had aa ...... tooth a 11 rings They took their! ,fame Mrs N. C. Carpenter weekend. Mn. Chester Carton.
duettos.: meal ProdBcttan flee aro compOsd treat Sma then Set ...... They hove_...ig Tayar9 -ppinaAmi toad last ,.,.". Mrs. A. L. Johnson, Mrs. J. T came with them sad win be
The Archer farmer was eVdared Florida'sanascar efltdal p.... .nerbelisg reads. I For Mal ees aad --. Mras Carton, Mrs P. A. WbJtehtad totoodhonbyherdaagfiterafldhusband.
tee lees by las Alitama Peen t Bell BSS year s nws het ysrs D1Wli Speech" toes eras whaa Cedar Kay na Ont base of flato Mart Mrs. Letta ......,.. MloiIHMBirtiireaiar.Mri.Frad Mr. lad Mr Causey.John .
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At Suicannce '" Who says this is the football Chicago news confertnce has full pension. '" "4'... < .' .' .

.sea,pn? Although the World beet called for 11:. j-Jn. EST W.Iker.1n singing a one year .f' =.'

'Series ended last week ,baseball Wednesday.The contract to replace Mnrtaugh .
Pardon me,' air, but could you ten me the way to .the still is getting major share of unexpected retlPutiofl of who quit because of m !health .,).

Suwannee Conference football championship? ,the headlines on sports .: ,i iIn the a-year old Rickey Ml It. managed the Cardinals for part \

Oh. yes Just take a right down here by beating Lake rapid fire developments Loulsans wondering what new of the U6S season after Eddie,
Butler, then go left with a win over Cross City, back right Monday Branch Rickey resigned Bob I owasm, who IrM recommended Slushy w.Jet 10. '

,! with a decision over Wllllston, left,.again by beating North 'HARRY WALKER as player consultant for by Rickey succeed
Marion and you're there. Pint the world champion 81 Louis Bug Devon U general manager
I .get post
Sounds like a pretty complicated trip, you say? Well It .Is Cardinals, Fred Hutchinson announced RIck,,' resignation Wittenberg dif I
and the scramble for the shortest route Is In progress. resigned as manager of the and said nothing more.
Lake Butler currently It leading the Northern pack. Cross Cincinnati Reds and was succeeded Neither did owner August Busch Still No. 1 "

,', City beads the ,Southern with WlllUton sceond and North ;#, by Dick Sisler, and Harry Jr. or Rickey himself '
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Marion' third The Hat 'Walker, was Up In the air Is wfto will be Small Eleven .i..il..t.
+ They all posted Impressive, victories last week to 'stsy( ;named manager of the Pitta- chosen to succeed Reline as .

bunched near the top burgh Pirates to succeed Danny ,manager. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Lake Butler still is the overall leader, after walloping Greenville I Wittenberg ilia'ItnnitheDecI .. ,
Murtauffh. Louis Globs-Democrat
The St
470. It left (hi Tigers with a sparkling 5-0 record.
Keane,who ita No. 1 position the
And today Johnny said in Ite Tuesday edition that among
: quit as manager of the Cardinals Red Scboendrwst, former rat country's small-college football
r Stays Unbeaten after"wlnnlog 'the' World second baseman, is expected to powers but the rest of The Associated THE MAHATMA, BRANCH RICKEY }

Series, Is expected to succeed be named the new Cardinal Press top ten baa been .resigns aa Card'a special consultantGators'
.i I Cross City spanked : good Chle and team 1W and Wlllls Yogi Berra as manager of the manager within three days.NsSurprl caught to a fast shuffle.
ton trimmed Trenton, 204, to also stay unbeaten. But they '
The
New York Yankees. Tigers on top of !the AP
t tied each other earlier In the season for 4-0-1 marks. I Bern was fired after his one I poll since the beginning of the

1 North Marlon rebounded from Its loss to Cross City the season as manager in which he The resignation of flutcblnson, season, J riddled Marietta 354 Card SWITCH TO
i week before with mashing 33-0 decision over Newberry, '
a led the Yankees to a fifth and the signing of Slater was not last Saturday for their fifth
I leaving Its record at 41.Rebels. American League a surprise. Hutchinson 111 with 1 successive victory
straight They received No.1 LinemanJACKSONVILLE
i nant cancer took a leave of absenceon eight of 14 first place

Sparkle ; Will the Milwaukee pen-I Aug. 13 and Staler managed ballots from the panel of writers FssoHEATING
(AP-Jack
the Reds the rest of the season. I
move to Atlanta? The and broadcasters and totaled
i A couple of hard-running backs by the names of Doyle DICK SISLER Hutchlnson's reslgna- Card Florida linebacker was
; ..take. over at Cincv expected. to be Officially ,122 points, 21 more than I'1IIUIIJ'oup '
j Slkea and Mae Crawford have rejuvenated the Santa Fe offense Florida AiM. named today as lineman of the

and helped carry, the Rebels to a fine 4-1 record. Week for state college football
SIkes Is a burly 192 pounder who does the unusual and The Rattlers won their third
.switches to tackle on defense where" he .Iso! %stands out. S. Victories ta a row, blanking Morris Harvey I Card maybe the' smallest
', He blasted his way for 120 yards on 11 carrlel against' U. 2M, and advanced: from player ever to receive the lineman

f'j Green Cove. Springs last week leading the Robs to a W-0 conquest third to second. San Diego honor. The Gator
State, No. 2 last week lost to sophomore -

j' "He does a fine Job both ways,". Coach Charlie. Roberts Los Angeles State 7-0 and the only non-letterman on
i .aid; of his ,ace performer ..:- dropped to fourth while Lamar Florida's starting defensive platoon I

i Crawford,, a:17S-poond sophomore fullback, has been the Ease in Olympics Tech fourth a week ago was stands S feet ( and weighs I ECONOMICAL!

t surprise. ef the Santa Fe chubb with his determined running.Be upended by the San Diego Oa-. 115 pounds.
"y r picked ., 71 yards n seven carries' tail week to keep rifles 33-23 and faded to 10th. I CLlAN-IURNINGr

Its teem railing lead.: ByTEDSMtTSTOKYO the 100-mtter dash had to makeup I Including I960 winner Roberta Delaware and Abilene Christian The selection was announced ..,

'. Crawford BOW has.W yards In 54 carries., and Slkei had (AP) American two yards on the final leg I Shavlakadze and world record were beaten by major college by Jack Halrtton, president of, i4 tI.".""
3,\ 304 yards In (3 runs. marksman Lones Wigger pickedup that one, did it easily and la tee holder Valery BI'IIIb'J.! foes Villanova and Dayton, .the Florida Sports Writers Association .r11w.Nallp
"Crawford has been Improving with every game," Roberta the United States' only medal anchored the team to a time ol.! The United States was respectively and disappeared' and sports editor of' ; kv-

t said. ."He has certainly come through for ui." a gold Russia failed to '319 seconds In the semifinals,,, blanked In the two women' from the select group. Los Angeles the Jacksonville Journal 1 Watchdog Service'

Quarterback Danny Adams and halfback l i Russell Taylor make up much ground and the equaling the Olympic record.' track finals Tuesday, the 100 State No. t, and Youngstown "Card has been consistently I
round out the backfield that started Jelling two weeks ago. two dominant nations yieldedthe The team was made up ol I and the women' shot. The Unlied No. I. replaced the Blue. I outstanding for us," Coach
In the first ,three games, Santa Ft relied almost entirely Olympic spotlight Tuesdayto Paul Drayton of Cleveland, | States! didn't heft a finalist Hens and Wildcats. I Graves of Florida said, RaY// CALL.,372.3383.-

;on Its'savage_ defense' that has given up only, three 4 touch. a little known German and Gerald Ashworth of Haverhlll, in the 100 and rely' poly' Earfene The remaining first place I cularly in, the Ole Miss and ,

downs. : his bid for upset In the demand- Mats, Dick Stebblns of Los Brown of Los Angles was far votes were split among Florida :South Carolina games. He was I .
the
Things art looking up more and more each week for IM decathlon. Angeles and Hayes. back In the shot put with a beat AM, Youngstown Los Angeles I all over the field making tackles
Last
217 Rebels.All In vain season's. M-l_ record, should easily topple. Willie Haldorf, 24, maintainedhis Another Wia throw of Std State, Elon Parsons and Sam I and batting down passes"I Gel. E. Davis )
Ann Packer of England won ; r.
lead In the Ill- Houston State.
Lake Butler's ace quarterback Jimmy Thomas Joined an surprising The men's 1,100 relay, composed the MO meters In orM record Honorable mention was accorded .
exclusive iootbaO event, two-day decathlon with S- of Henry Carr of Detroit HUMILI OIL fr
group last,Thursday night when he raced time t.tll and Florida State's
of prompt middle
100 yards for a touchdown,: 731 points after seven events((200-meter gold. medal winner; presented her gold medal to 400-; The'Top Ten with first place I guard Jack Shlnholser and linebacker REFINING- CO.
Thomas GreeavOte He was followed by Germany's I Mike Larrabea of Fillmore, votes In parentheses and points: ,
Intercepted pas at the goal. Une and. meter dash man Hobble Bright I Bill McDowell and Flor
weave* his way to the ,ether? end with oily seven aeoendsremaialag HaruHloachlm Walde and Russia's Calif., the 401-meter winner; wed, her fiance. It was Eng 1. Wittenberg ((8) 122 I ida's end Charles Casey. lULl PUNT
I I b the game., Rein Aun.C ., [Ollan CaaseU of Nutley N.J., land's third gold medal and &hatCOUIIIz'y" 2. Florida All M(1)( ) n ,
You seldom see a play as long,' but most of the dramawas .K."Yang, the veteran Iron I and Ulla Williams of Compton, best since I. Prairie View M Jack Harper of Florida and' 205 N.E. 33rd, ST.
: gone when Thomas reached the other end.His touchdown Nationalist China by way ol I[Calif, won Its heat in 1061. :"[. 1130. showing 4. San Diego State (0)) 47 I fred BUetnlkoff of FSU were I!

I made the score .47 points! for La/(,..Butler.and( 0 far ,Ceen-0 UCLA the silver medalist to10M I, And the women's 400-meter 5. Susquehanna 44 lamed backs of the week. e ,
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But you csn't have'your cake and eit'lt too: heavy favorite In these I[Wyomla Tyus of Griffin Ga.; world record-holder, won the 7. Tens Abu 31
Games"was In eighth place Marilyn White of Loa Angeles, shot with a throw of $***, her I. Youngstown (1)) 251 ARE YOU THAT
and Edith McGuire of Atlanta, second gold medal. She won the
with 5,3(1 points. I. Los Angeles St. ((1)
241
NASCAR also ran through a steady drizzling discus earlier. Galena Zyblna of..
Stiffens 10. Lamar Tech
Rules 23
I : Far Down rain In a qualifying time of Russia was third In the she WANTED MAN?
The US. entrants P.um, with 514Takebide' j>

On Cars in CompetitionDAYTONA man of Santa Barbara, Calif.; 441All the relays, along with the NakauM of Japanwon Retains Title i Wt.w.lc... raw 'Inquiry ..**t MUM Nosy ...........
of Oceanside, M. r m.nt mi. nut $10.000. IIS.000 ..4 KMT* ...wily,
Dick Emberger finals of the high Jump are the lightweight Judo, with kw..M .. she .......... .( Mir klek, ._....... pros situ
BEACH' AI'j Calif, and Ruts Hodge of Roe- scheduled Wednesday on the two Russians' Oil, Stepanov BOSTON (AP) Dick Devola 1 kMM Md Sills .....tl.... _
J ( national Speedway, AUaetli' International coo, N.Y., were In positions final day of track and field com- and Aron Bogobbov, the seralft. >f Boston retained his New England Ow MVMrtr-iliih UM .......... Art ..4 SMitelltW ........,
The National Association of Raceway, Darlington Nos. I, I and 10th with .-, petition.The DIlIoHrl. each taking a bronze I lightweight crown Monday GrMftaci. ..II,.,...., ,.....*, Bwl M.k., GIft !..*..
Stock Car Auto Racing NAS .mt NOS.I, S, .l&"W... It ta .. ,
( f .iMctly' w .II metal ,. It,
light when he : .
CAR announced S. C. International racewayand 3,331 and 8,111 pololLThe United States put a full medal. gained a drawwith h rwrtfto.W .
) that
", in Monday the'Charlotte Motor Speed. United States has won the [complement o f three Into the Twe :, / Tommy Tibbs of Boston Ini I fvraJik IftfYth''''' N* '..atM..t ....",.... .........
cars competition during 19(9 decathlon In every Olympicssince high Jump finals John Thomas Mr 10-round bout at Boston Are- erreit.s ..d ...tripswill M .new. Ssld. Ne........ ..
i must be of production design way The United Stales was a. I Mr IMS Minns _... S..* .... way _
only. I Cars with wheel bates between 132, but Its relativelypoor of Boston the 1MO medalist med of two more medals) when M.The Art ...."Iy. M';HM .....(._. M.. D. ;.....
I 111 and showing In these Gameswas and one-time world) record holder decision was loudly booed, ..... THITHOS. 0. MIWHY CO amD OAK,IOWA '
UI Inches will be featherweight Charley Brown of 'IS" ;
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This ruling eliminates the specially anticipated. : John Rambo of Long Beach I>y a slim crowd of 742. |
restricted to short Cincinnati and Ron
tracks. lightweight
built modifications-high I strength Calif, and Ed Caruthers of
surprising of
But the ,
The competition engine sip Harris of Detroit made their
risers t hemispherical heads, Santa Ana Calif.NeTmMe.
fJ the US. shooters was not. The ,
Into the
and llfters-whlch added again was limited to a maxImum way boning semifinals,
cams 427 cubic Inches ,victory by Wlgger, a stocky giving the U.S. four fighters
apeed. Bill France .'U.S. Army tint lieutenant from Each cleared the qualifying who have advanced. that far. All
I NASCAR said a minimum NSCAR president Carter, Mont., was the seventh height of 6V4 without major:boxing semlflnallsta are assuredof FALL
weight requirement not yet determined said "NASCAR waited to medal picked up by the marksmen difficulty. did three Russians,. st least a bronja medal. _rc1xnI 11_
i also would be. aet announce the new rules until all and boosted the U.S. medal Three American canoeists
NASCAR never had a minimumt the IMS cars had been Introduced collection past the I960.total of also advanced
Tony Ralphs,
t l weight requirement and NASCAR officials Miami Seeks SPECIAL
71The Newport Beach. Calif., made it
I had made a thorough of States has 72,
study United
Cars with a minimum lit Inch now to the semis of UN men's kayak .
t ,wheel base will be allowed on their bodies, wheel bases, engines including 32 gold. Rustle pickedup Added DepthMIAMI ; ,Marcia Jones Oklahoma

four speedways, NASCAR said. end other components. four medals In the early 'city reached the finals of the
i! They are Daytona. Fla., Inters events Tuesday two each hi (-University) of women's V0 meter kayak singles
women's shot put and lightweight Miami football coach Charlie
FSU Buckles
and Francine Fox and
j Judo and now has 32 Tate hopes to add depth to his :Gloria Perrier, both of WuhJnt.Ion. .

; ; Bowling Down for VPI Including 17 gold.Record. squad before It faces a big Indiana I moved Into the finale of thewomen's
line In the Orange Bowl .
kayak pairs.HORSE
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Standings TALLAHASSEE (AP) Florida Wlgger a -1oot-7, 110pound.cr Tate said many positions have ,
.. State opened drills today fired a world record 1,14 had Just one man available for **
'.....w c.5ral for Its Saturday game at Virginia 'on 120 shots In winning the assignment during the past few HOWAt i
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Pint __lit Nun 1 11... Polytechnic Institute. small bore rifle, three position wee s. Recently Tate baa been Tint I
A.v nt CHftMIW Nun | 14' Heavy workouts were scheduled competition. He previously had
PI"MM.Mh/ .... t IN* M working with two complete of. TAYLOR RANCH J
C LwM.l lAMMtThrliHM Nun 1 I: :: Wednesday., "taken a silver medal In small. fenslve backfields and found ,.. Mrs .. I I
M'.I.M.1Mr.M1d bore rifle position. M'M l'I'M.
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,.. The Seminoles clipped Georgia some spares. N." S
1N. l a II The United States also pushed
...*'" I It last week 17-14 on a fourth '
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HlfKUn. Prissy: N... I .* II* period touchdown drive fun of :relay teams through heats to I

Cltotry .......IIULT 4 rind ....... It Pint narrow Squeezes and fourthS ;the Wednesday finals without! 2WAYSAVINGS ,. I
-"l; ': *,MMftMM ti M- down plays.Coach :major difficulty though a poor'
vas 5 4 tint MNS.
Nd Nun PM.M.NWId Nun 1 LNI.M.Id Bill Peterson said, "1 I baton relay Jeopardized (lilt''I'
\ 'I J'..:": N. S .I. .11511...CMbNM said before the season we would 1 men's 4C>>-mrler squad In 1111
I I N.....N.M.M......TrNI.r P u.r..... e a gamble If we had to. But I hope I first heat I 11

,', a.Mr. W 5114 L 4141I wo don't have to gamble like Bob Hayes, the Florida AAM I wheel
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xy PICK'COUCH Arkansas' 14-1) upset of top- received five first-place votes, eyes and Crimson Tide still are Louisiana State, Syracuse, year ago at Tuscaloosa Ala' ,The Top TeD, with fist
Associated Press 'Sparta WrttciBaseball r ranked Texas pushed the Buckeyes (Fbrida ah. Ja among the place
Notre Dame and fourthrankedArkansas unbeaten. Florida and Florida State complete Syracuse should have its hands'ww in .
Into'' first place in The Associated leaden to the United PresslotenattoiMl parentheses. and tolll
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; Press weekly poll today each poll, raokbg/ Mississippi No. 1 In the original Oregon points: j
I only raises riding an who routed South Carolina 374, Stats.
unmerrjgoroumf balloting Wisconsin fresh from a
.and t Longhorns Four la Row lid this week after kehigaiaelh has slipped from 1. OhIo State 417
dropped (35)
this fall The aatbn'collegCfoothaL .I I are the only newcomers replacing 31-21 upset of lows, invades
to sixth.' The Irish made It four in a last week. FloridaStale contention: along with Oklahoma 1 Notre Dame
powers ban | Is lUll to the UPI list Michigan 21-20 victim of Columbus Ohio, for a Big Ten ((2) 380
been. playing musical chain i The Buckeyes, No: 2 a week row by blanking UClA 244 and Illinois Auburn Navy and Purdue mil beat Kentucky 27- shot at the front-running Buck- 3. Alabama ((5) 36St.
since !the season's opening whistle ago drew 35 of 44 tint! -place :Alabama trimmed Tennessee leaving' the Caters a Mica Washington.Texas 7; Syracuse topped Penn State eyes. Arkansas ((2).) 297

with Otyo State the latest to votes IQ the balloting of writers 1M for victory No. 1 ahead of the Seminoles this Its unbeaten string 21-14 and the Seminoles edged Notre Dame-Stanford, Arkan I. Nebraska. ,nJ
clam a precarious perch atop and broadcasters: for a commanding week .la both. la (be Dun!?el snapped at 15 games by the Georgia 17-14. sas-Wichita. Nebraska-Colora .. Texas J94
Of the top ten teams in theAP'
the shambles. lead over fast-rising ratings, however, FSU Ia.third 'rugged Razorbacks, fell a notch Florida visits Alabama In do, Texas-Rice LSD-Tennessee 7. Louisiana State 174L
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Ohio State's fourth straight Notre Dame. Ohio State netted preseason poll only four sad the Galen fifth). behind fifth-ranked Nebraska, Saturday's top attraction. The and Florida State-Virginia Tech Syracuse 123 .,
.,victory;a 174 shutout of Southern 447 points to 311II for the runnerup -- Ohio State Alabama Texas which walloped Kansas State Gator surprised their South- are the other pairings Involvingthe t. FlorIda 12 ,
California coupled with Irish Third-ranked Alabama and Syracuse remain on the select list and only the Buck- 474. eastern Conference rivals 104 a top ten clubs. 10. Florida .tatl. It
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t'f' Joe. Namath. Will,Be There :.' For UF Gridders. ;



Alabama's No. 1 quarterback, Joe Namath. win start for ? 7. Alabama lint down on Vol S-field goal good. offensive .
but want 'Bama to thy kmore punch this -
JOEII.U.UIISTEJMSa prise
the Tide Saturday against Florida's Caters Of course you'd expect a Tennessee-partisan paper to I By
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It. You see, he played in the' tooth quarter against Ten- say nice things about the Vols. Sports EdMer there are some upcoming. eon than In many put campaigns -
1 senses last week. He had to. The you were down only 1(4 I This Is the week .that is aa t 1 The Gators Just want to b e .with quarterback JoeNamadl'
Garbo.Actually .passes aa the reason.
How Tide Follower Saw It Florida. alone like
got to Alabama's 17 but couldn't make it with a chance to tie.
closed I 10 Two Tide players were burl
\ Coach Ray Graves has It's really no surprise
Then harried Tide coach Paul (Bear) Bryant sent In Na>
But Birmingham Is a 'Bama town. And News sportswriter Kickoff
against Tennessee.
klrIeDdIJlpOrtawriterL that shrouds till a spe-
1 I this week's practices even >> secrecy
math to run the Crimson offense In a ball-control pattern Alt Van House the He said It this
saw game. way: Whlc I h I workouts this week. It seemi s claRet Grady Ehnora and safeton -
\ to eat up the clock. Namath did pretty welL 'Bama addeda Tennessee's effeue played lute Clan, its defense, that In recent years the Ca : tymaa John Moaley. Both are

field goal to the late minutes.of. action. IDeal ... Sereege aad Alabama played er, era wen mama 1.,The: Gators plan some surprises lave had little fortune trying tc>a> expected to .be ready for Florida -
there Masses Namath fate the aero via..."
Actually were two got enough Saturday to think from loaming Saturday.
but want 'Bama to : keep prying eyes "
game. One his. knee Injury really ....'. sertoas. It toned Also "The unbeaten; untied Crimson Tide No. J In the there some upcoming Craves said ha hat .beat Informed -
are
oat to be a palled muscle 'n'" than something. critical. land also had to.play late with a Joe Namath It hoped JIM FORRESTER Caters sur.Santa that 'Bama never 1 has
2. The plan no Right to YES
I Also, Bama safetymaa John Motley get hart AId sub .aar- it could leave knee-fresh for Florida and a sixth straight win Lineman of Week lost twice to- the same team st

I terback Steve Mona Is a top, safetymaa, toe. So Sloan went next Saturday Tuscaloosa. Usually lad though the to grapevine Tallahassee Tuac.IOOK1Inct they buflt'the ,
has straight
back to defense; Namalb came In to offense. Tennessee coach Doug Dickey, former Gator quarterback ualverslty.k Alabama was founded -
Generally
There were some interesting I.things, that took place In the had an upset figured. He thought his Vols could hold the ,Fe Star FSU, of partisans all places.know what In 1SJ1 and baa played football .

Bama-Vol.battle. Tide to seven points while the Orangemen might get 10 of the Gators are going to do forall since -. The Tide leads
their own. It didn't work quite like planned the Gators M In the ovtral. aerJoelEavaa -
Remember This QuoteHere's .......'. Bryant, shrewd and eal -yd, aeled .hi the films games almost as soon as the I .... .- y
UF does. No one has been able 1
that deluxe Ve punter Ron WUhy kicked frees It yards Jim Forrester
to figure that out
a quote to remember: back-the UTs Hal Seymeer sad Sieve Sparrler are II
I "At any rate, the Tide looked to this observer like a team away-and acted accordingly. '..... loaded hs line with aa Graves Indicated Monday book that
that was ready to be 'taken.', Maybe they were thinking back extra maa, blocked a pant was fortunate ..... te catchIt injured end Gary Thomas
1 I to 19114243 when Alabama romped ever Tennessee. Or maybe at mkWr sad raa. ever for a 22-yard touchdown that Lineman of Week ,en hand and all may Ttdesmen be readyto
the
play against
f ; they were peeking over the next knoll to Florida." brake pea the game.
Saturday,at Tuscaloosa: Florida
v' Those words 'from' 'Slier editor of the That's a' ,big to
came sports point, a one, ponder. They AY then will need hand It can
Isn't a better man anywhere when It's time to point for a Santa Fe guard Jim Forresterwas Roberts also singled o a t end for the every big And

single game than Bryant Just u they say another famed ( outstanding last Friday mauls Feagto and tackle Charles a muster one handed Thomas game.to better

A. coach In the SEC (whose team already has been beaten I night against. Green Cove Kersey for their parts to the than ..... '
) this season by the UF) Is at the other end of the pole. :Springs, bat .It may have ben .op-aided win. I
his last for the Rebels. P. K.' Steve UgtaJuriestobamckiJackHarper .
game Yonge guard
Two Reasons to Win The 202-pound senior received Twedell also turned hi a top and Diet Kirk caused

I'I And the Bear wants a back Injury and was hospital- IperfOl'llllnct hi a narrow lt-U:concern hat Saturday :but ttanean
Saturday's game for two particular both will ba fit atdfMtog -
I ftUOIIIlIOW. |pied ail weekend. The seriousness Iota to tau Gallla. .Iurda('IftIrIIaIJ has'

1. Florida beat him last year the only loss at home since! Is not certain yet, but'It Is The 218-pound demon registered par la a UF oflenelv standout

Bryant took over c: coaching Bama. fared Forrester may be lost five Individual. tackles and 11III.......' Kirk,.' the .here) ef
r I. Another -Berne victory ..... the Tide to the top et for the rest' of the sea- seven assists to lead the ... last yearl ,Gator j wla ever

KnoxvffleNewsSentW.There the art-tune" SEC Hat as regards victories. Tennessee has son.But fense. '.Tuna with r-yaT4TDrunls
are ether interesting points f a erne percentage pelt edge at present" 11141-11 far a Ml. before the I Inl u r y, For- TwedeU's .been doing" a tremendous I I stalwart defense to Iasi.

j Slier said. *? ean'are ajatt .. jibe eat that Alabama 'Sana Is 12244-11 for .... The Vets" play LSU .t Bata rester registered 12 tackles to 1 Job all season," PKY ;Then will be: nothing:fancjabout '
T' bur explosive .-.-..... Bowataa, Badsca Harris ,....., figure te..... lead the Rebels on defense and I, Coach Mike Cutlers. sal d. UF preparations for :.,TTide. : t Us Kelley aad sib are streag Baas and they leak fancy Alabama plays Florida. at Tuscaloosa,figures to.., sparkled. with Ms blocking on of. "People who scout us wonder The real war will .ba i In athletic director. ,wflt be

J MNnethnee whoa N....' passes spread. the defense aad givethesaiaaalaiiisisV. But let's not answer that until later. fenseHis. earned Foreiter where he came from. He did a 'the' line. To .beat ,'...... you the I speaker 'at. the
I -"JjTT performance -: good Job last year but wee Just I rivlis () al1..ck
\ I have to whip Ihelrf tenacious:
"Lineman of the Week"honors
."But a team with a seasoned pass defense and comparable The Name of the:Game by the dui: jverahadowod"by some of the I hard Wrung front liners. And CUb Motfair ItwitJil a( ,

personnel could gjve. Alabama a bard time of tL" Oh, yes? There's' still another Item of keen interest. other worthy. I be coaches Ed Ktnator lot the Golf and,\ .Ooamtrv
,The name of Alabama's game hi defense. "BI, Blow" Also of mention for I tense' ) and Gene EUenson ((dense 'I l-'v' The program .will

WhatT'olsDi4 to Tide Tennessee made sine first ..... Jest M yards ruling. "Jim' was terrific," Santa Fe last week's play is Bobby Kin- ,. ) expect to drive that lesion .tL It ':30 ,...

71 mere passing ea eaves of U cMnplettoe The v...' teachdewa Coach Charlie Roberts Aid. cald of Cross City. The Beer home hard to the UF play., 1 p,
Here are some of the things that Tennessee did with the was set ., by a recovered' ramble at the .Boa* IL 'His Injury certainly Is a big end made a dosen Individual .rs this week. i ombs..LuinherRcFalni ;

i'nde,'I last Saturday.Defensively,that to.i rd say 'Bama knew what It was doing last Saturday. blow." tackles and helped out on eight BalKoalrel ..
I 1. Alabama tint down on the Vols' 11-a field goal Just as It will know what U'. doing this Saturday. I watched Forrester's play helped the more. He also threw a key block Alabama win atrIve for baO- Lead \
t '2. Alabama first down on the Vol 7-aothlng. scout Ken Meyer closely last Saturday. And I'm not giving Rebels hold Green Cove Springs I M Randy Cortta's Myard. run C united and eaemy mistakes-to'' .. A ?

.4 3.. Alabama Alabama tint first down down ea .the the Val 30-fumble.' away secrets with this note: scoreless In a 334 runaway. for a touchdown. I win the game But the.Tide. .has. n Cadet'League actlosi/ Mo*,

plays; a' fifth &I'J'possible en because Vol Tennessee 1-touchdown In ITVC Alabama will exert tremendous pressure (or try to) on the I day at the Boys' Club, Combs
was offsides Gator quarterbacks Saturday especially sophomore Sieve dumber remained to first with
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fourth down. a
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*. Alabama tint down Vol Spurrier. Especially on passes. Area Teams Hard at WorlFor tJ4 victory over Sperry Fait
on 2S-psss Intercepted. Beaus when ben It down : ,
t Alabama first down yea the Caters here a belterraaatog National beat Florida. National l
( on Vol J- eJd toel blocked game, a passing game that with leaisaess end 7.f. .

l Charles Casey as law water figures. to abaest match the In J-m'ot; League play. the
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_. 'Minister overhead hrttltoaee of Namalh. and a kicking game ........, Vital Weekend, Game_ 1 Beers defeated the Stales ..1o -
Tops
1 japoriartolhaTleVt.Tte .I and the Browne swamped UM

f /,,: loaves eah one question unanswered. Area teams continue to bear Stone, injury prone much. e(tat'every game we play and I Rami304ThisisTheSureOne'

Church. Loop ,, .Tte Odors know the name of Alabama's game>How weD I down to practice this week as the season, might. be a doubtful I think we need. to go back to!i
il HEATERS can the ken It Saturday 1 seven Suwanaee Conference elevens starter against the best Crystal I some basic fundamentals" remarked

.:* On 212 Game : It says pretty weH prepare for this ,",,'. River crew. Jim Huff Colt center Cross City coach AI ;

'Kev.;Dudley R. Gerald-only heavy acheduto. of foothaiL returned to action Monday, Parrto Monday. I r 'I
following a layoff with fool Is-, Chteflend, abut of by Ones r,
ttI.:- minister Gainesville GUS : North' Marion spent one hour
.. bowl proved Continues Drills and a half scrimmaging: Mar Jury. |Clio but weak, looks to n-// a aJp aY
ha pulpit bet his for Lake Butler the only unbeaten against Branford this
LW A. only talent For day aa they prepared a big
S2.OO Palm Lanes. Chattanooga Game :Crystal River team anted. Smramee teem, got the going no doublt will be
;;n-:" Tube Ad.iotat dove M' eertoaa bosmese today rough Newberry' looking for its
a pastor The Colts were also scheduled
rolled ; CatossvUle faUgh continued Woodbine Ca for Its vital contest with WttBstoa lint... to conference play,
d wurt I the toague's best slngh 1. there. Bunch to go through another ,
,. 'UST I I game a 211 work Monday'for Its big game' la 144 for the year and the I scrimmage today as Coach UnaTbole thai week. [worked hard Monday gettingready

t 'TlIMSQIff Obsoa of First Baptist;, with Chattanooga Central High, Terriers are S 0-0. Lincoln won! promised I they would. The Tigers, northern leader to Lab Mr Mayo ranked Wild

r however. bad the best series -, Friday sight at Citizens Fteld. last year's encounter handily..... '''Toole said halfback... Robert I the loop race was likely find the vision attar of the In conference.Rlverland te a aartbtrn. dt
+
Red Dovlat tooaher foe them
a S3S. He was followed ir, Ton a -
(I pith ( Coach Jim Nlblack said.. the last week* Onanvflh team.nrnMBwa teems goftfiig
a !-+, V University Methodist) How Phi Gams Pulled ready for another,weekend of f
Pounders rated '
901 LiP. visiting are as
Methlaon (Flint. .. ha one of the '
r ,4: I If......) SOI.; George BlrteMtmswtd..n one ef the strongest teams to That Pre-Gamc Stunt best teens. we win play .Ode. activity for finds Branson MelroM"while preparing Haw-

l II t the' South. Currently Central season," offen Lake Butler> (horne.'I I Wit with
Savee op M-i-- -- .-.l and Horace WeDs (Advent b 4-1-1 and b ranked. the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity turned the tables en Jim DIIIsL and Brass far &. Ciderlay conference

J Christian) salTrailing state's top tt.Niblack I South Caroline last Saturday. whoa it pulled a daring it* Buttor hit the pods today lead, aufcea ready lor wtoles
: ( stunt
Gerald for best prf game fofewtogt fight Monday
smjta game wen Oteson. 201, said CHS wiD''be at Fifty minutes before the kickoff of the Florida-' I I drill. The Ttoan appear hi goodshea Taylor High of Pisrson., _

'J I andBnettMcHerby IuD strength with injured Chris South Carolina>> football! game 20 members ef the fraternity accardtog la Denial and
7! 1 95CHACE Bcvfa First Methodist)I Ir JoIIIwoa to return. Halfback trotted onto the field dressed to uniforms stall- t are '...... to aharpea' IMrmBMgefi

1- converted' he 474 spilt Bib Al Ciffca Is running at fall lit to the Gamecocks.. .... ..... III "....
CaMweD First Methedls i t They west through. legitimate calisthenics for about Douf M1IC k nthfat
PX.
I made the HO and Henry Rodgen y.... worked Bgbtlyoa four mtontes and .thea raa through.. about two minutes AtDoBedDtvilcanp'Moo.eay.releteaCeackianiniyMll.

I I (Advent Christian), the 44.srtke .. r seeds ... .... of ....... .

t I r alva. changes to preparafloa lilt AlMUfbackleaeedootoMearibedt.apah'oflkiemea 1Ir. Mitckefl ....... to keepIbis
KsgameatMacctonay Frkhy. played petty-cake aad a pant rrton spectoust ( aerial .threat alive as W>
'& I Joie' MIld: ( a Lestagatoi Coach ..Gattorras said me fielded the ban watt the top ef his.. hat Not' lo mention ... domed to peering game

i Aagah bone. raa roe- Wave came eat of the EM Cat- ,'a halfback who plunged ever the. badge and fence while. .. ......till .... It ....

KITCHENS.'DM end lot a. baflektor ... .. Be game Is good physical sea gathtTtogtoapuatoothCarolhMelda. 1 .... -.an ...elbsreask
racked bto Sat bar baj_. .... bee /.. a.mewhhgmierkg rf Jaany aad Tonmy TaotMe,
TNt SOUAftIrtooixn"' credentials, butaI .., One ....
": at Oaeaarai-1bv: York ea Santa Fe, rhflng en a three-. B so happens dot Coma Oty took Monday ell
seme ate ether
-.urn yean ago. none
1t
Sopi.. TIll puwlu. amt 'rises via streak and tar eat teMCar ewe A with Ibis .... They but .starts warkhraj asftoasly. a
wr Steve De b 11II.
.. toy fcr II dole waft Thatot
n eur Frma jmffrt agatost OOBUM to the seaae manner.
.. .IU .... ,Beechad Keysteaathen Ae "phyerr- !leaned the aaoteme from Ltoeato Ifs Bean an not bakUi TrePtESIASON >

Gdenaee gas. fri. High Csack Jese* .- .. They arked. so the Mea tor hem rlMb. N they Win abed.ehl
! :GOLDWATtR day- tour weeks, and vest oareugtl ajBMdce. aeesioae at PJC II ...... a'..... eae'thb
..ageerr N-mej...
Coach Charlie Roberts said Yep Hljb Sniffed ,i -,pen71e
bto squad to to feed shape e You never knew what yea. ) ....< away ..... .'... --. -
aw rslBer sastW bM
aprs let aloe Isesef hwamaaJtas ,

I Ferrestor watt a bad back. Title (r. IALH Teals *et oil t ,
r ioiisHTCHANNIL4 Stark ,task tt easy Man- Fight H apwew ha.oar sW TsUMI .

; day M Ceach David/ Hana aatf CENTRAL HaYriNGsiM
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12 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, October 20, 1964

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Names Retarded. Child" Program. Namesake Burns Has I SEE, by. WANTED. '}'


: In the News Described to Gvitans ,

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; (Campus ,:

I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Education programs for re., Sidney-Lanler School; and the SUNPOLICE HAVE YOU P
.
Here are the pronunciations larded children were revIewed: Mary Lou McEver, Division of There's a special campaignerfor I p

of the names in the new Krem by local rehabilitation worker Rehabilitation.counselor. Hydon Burns In Gaines .'
at Monday's Gainesville Clvitn I ville. ,FIRE REPORT Springs; William Gr..
I 1 ; lln lineup; meeting. The I local dvitan group helps, They share the same name. Accident Roudip Chlefland; .Retells a'I'
Leonid Brezhner, new first the LanIer class' ANY OF THESE
Speakers Included Tom Glenn sponsor Sidney Young Hayden (Bill) Bumi Involved in accidents reported Hawthorne; Ella Partin Broson
1 secretary of the Soviet Comm for retarded children .between ,
i UnIversity by the Gainesville Polio ; Carrie Pogue High
of the Division of Rebabill Jr., a freshman at the I
1 nisi Party Leh'-o-need Bre lion; Mrs. Coramae Paganln, seven and nine. Mrs. Paganlnl of Florida, heads a central Department and the Alachu aCout.ty Springs; John Yancey Sr.DISCHAHGEDi .. 4

I ehz-nyef. special education teacher at who teaches the eight pupils, publicity committee for the Sheriff's Office during .

: Alezel Kosygln, new premIer outlined the program.. Jacksonville mayor's gubernatorial the past M hours were: Myron HeldtogsfleM, Carla THINGS TO SELL?

-Kaw see' ghln. Glenn,who discussed the local drive.In Frank B. Mathews 131 SE McCoy, Charles George Mrs.

,Aaastas Mlkeyaa, SovIet AF Recruit needs for the retarded children's an Interview with toe student 10th SL and Johnnie Wilma Nora Derblew and baby. gW.

president Ahn'ab-stahi! Mee- Team Due At program Alacbua County newspaper Florida Alligator IOU NE Mth Ter., at I B p.m. Andrew Sappuigton, Jessie Thwyll BrIm" You Extra Cash r'

j','I koy-ahn'. said the gaol Is to provide services this week. Burns Jr.' said Monday the tOO block of E. Bryant Magnolia Hodge,

University,' for retarded people through Us father want too distressed University Ave. Frances Sculley.,
over Charles Holley's charges George W. Parker Newberrj
eiistlng facilities,, such as cowtriwvie RKMO
Boys' Choir An Air Force officer selection schools and Sunland' la avoid about a million dollar bank and Camino C. Samoyoa 1230 Oct. $45. 1150INIPIN .. Rugs a'

earn will visit the University of duplication. account In Nassau. NW 4th Place at S p.m. Mon- IranM K. h 1ur MA.. On L f....
Club members Florida and He aId ha knew about the day at NW 13th St. and 3rd Ave. "AIM
Gainesville Boys' Thursday Friday "" N. nutitrtt .. OMTH O ..k* Guns ,'
) gave a special. 1 performance -accept applications to officers Clenn said the cost of keep. bank ledger photostats two Francis W. Wood, 1001 NW ."'" ," .
: wA. 1115111. 111515 N.'NI/n.
hag retarded child 14th Ave. and P. Rob-
today at the Waldo Road training school: a at home weeks ago. Doyal MMtat f lIMe. ..LM A. ..1eU.W. .
clubhouse for visiting national j; costs two-Ihlyda the total of in- The Jacksonville student aid erts, Rt. 2, at 4:1> p.m. Monday .,.... a. MINIS .. RMpri, A. Me- Tools

board member Gordon Jeffrey Tech. Sgt. A. D. Cothran, Air tltuttonal care. In addition he 'he has no political aspirationsand in the 2300 block: of NW 13th NIIL'gv5.5 ..... lIMS.ul.1

! Force recruiter in Galnesvll. ..Id. home care is, more advantageous into St. M. CMw-. Jwr. C.NNe.J.M Boots
of Toledo, Ohio. .. plans to go public relations a ,_ Yo lies L 1wSM. -
aid the team will be at the h Manila A. FItisommlns KU .
t e when he graduate ,
the local .........
.lilt SOIl c.
Jeffrey also wlH develop fug ill Mn
UF student center both day tarded child Us E. University Ave, Erna FKiser ewnr SilM.MMI'UnNW : : N'
Moose lodge on his. Gainesville 1:30: a.m. to 3:30: pjn. est capacity., I 104S NB 13th Place and .**i\mmu c. vt I.ISIS ... : Tents .
la national o : Coincidence J. I'll.- Hrwknm, ,
He
tour. a By tarness A. Harrington Hawthorne = aMMjCuirmy .

) tidal of the Moose organization. About M to 71 students signup According to Glenn, it costs LOUBV1LLB. .Ky. (AP) at 9::40 a.m. Monday. at Pal*. wiym Swlmi t. mt r4 Oirtne LMKAMKliMW Books '

for the training programach :WOO a year to provide training Policeman Demur BlackweDJrm 10: II&b Aft.and 5th 8t. ... =::. '

year Including two or for retarded children In the public up to an Intersection and Gloria G. Johnson, 2050 NW .__ ..... .. ---'115.Lrr Plants "
three coeds, Cothran said. school system and OM cost ... W5N5,71. O 1NVIIMJ.1n..rwd5
WM surprised to see his maroon 35th Ave. and Jim L. Cooper. _OIl N. ....... I
to the state for Institutional care ....., ftuHnt Mtntnt Can.... H, SirNuMrt .. :
: Persons who complete ma o4fker DonvwtlUa go by. Tba officer 830 NW 18th Ave., at I:3S aa. .'. Pianos ,
for the retarded H.OOO
Is
....- eel training :programs \I r 0 : a year. sppreheoded I It-fW'OW drlvv Monday at NW lib SL and .1110"JM.w. fMriM" CMOS SMryir KMM II, .OMMITiiitM .- ,
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NOW 2 ADULT IHOCKIUf commissioned second lieu Programs for Older retarded who. was accused of taking 22nd Ave.Helena. wLw15

If. SPIN eta .SI a. tCTH tenants. Students who go an the students. at B DC b h 0 J I Junior tile car from a dealer's lot, E. Loclcera, 31S NW ,/: 14111.501.N. 5.1.05111.7. AIsdIs.. .PNUy Stoves

I snow hM 11M a Ihlf AIN way through the. UF ROTC High, Lincoln High and Games' where it was left to. be 1IfY.nt. lath Lane and James D. Smith ..: LMMIM.OtMrM.a WinwM nrM>' lVdrM If.

: program should not sign up for vllle High were also discussed. Orlando 1:50 = Radios
at a.m. Monday d'.i
( I WANT MY LOVER RNy1 7tlld.l. ; NSw11wneh.suM
the training projectOpportunities at N. Main St. and Ito Ave. Nuk1N.. II. ": ":" .
KIUID ,
are open for Better Season for FairAhead.9.Couldn't George Z. Rainhard, 3837 SW vlr'l.- ...115. Isis O15h115I/1e.. 1.151111.al Orb == Skates

f careers m scientific, technical lIst Ave. and Glenn K. Smoker I ciwN. II. ..Nl.WNN.Mw1IA > t "

/;! ,It and administrative fields or for 1235 SE 22nd Ave., .t. 10:U, Suns JNSAiew W.MSIMIs ss OrKMVM 05N NvN15,'. N.OnWud115. Trunks

J pIlot or navigator training for Be, Worse! p.m. Monday In a private driveway sally WNN*:. : N: .

{ male seniors. one mile north of Gaines =lwIlll. I """'$.5,,, w ..-
151.. ..... AM .151511 ... 501151. Jewelry
.J : : Seniors who will be gradu I NEW YORK (AP) An of 40 million visitors and the FlorIda ville. .
Mm Cm eirfcr. N .....11...
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ed in December, April or June tidal of the Florida World's Fair pavlUlon expected to greet DWI Sdwi CWMIM P1y0, w. .N.,111s. ,
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next 10 million but al tin first hall Frank I CwmllM Hunt, I*. ArcMrtartan .,.. M Bicycles
" lad Ad.* Hr MOTHIY ire Invited to visit with t 1M pavilion predicts season B. Mathews 131 SE 17,ANMrAnrwrlMtanlMV.
't T'' CALLED HIM election team.Earl will be much better for the f.lr. of the fair ended Sunday nigh! 10th st, was arrested by I ., _II, eilmniHIi: M..-
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: /'FAIT IDDir.. '"It can't be any worse," salt only 27.1 million paying customers Gainesville police at 132: p.m.' TV Sets .

. .",' : PAUL NIWMANTHI C. William L Stenagaard as the fed visited the lot. Sever Monday and charged with drlv

'1. .: HUSTLER May Dl million Florida II bib I 1& million toured the state exhibit. ,, big while Intoxicated. Fagan to Give ClothingCameras K;
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I iqulral closed until the fair reopens next according to its officials.Stencgaard .- Fire Cans
The Life Aiiuronc
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STARTS FRIDAY Society of ....Undid' Stain prilU.Stansgaard., I said the pavilion At I:<.W a.m. Monday, a Zoning Talk

i t I : ,' Richard WIdnIoItI HMM 6fHM New Took, N.Y. executive 'and Its neighbors win ask the flooded heater at 411 NW. 15th jf

. t f\ TNI LONG SHIPS" FR 2-3576 of the Ftarlda le.I'III'IIDIdInt fair corporation to drop the fj St. City Attorney OaeoFagaawmaddress

j Fair Authority,- said Monday, admission charge around thi At 1:11: p.m. Monday, a flood a group of municipal Antiques

"we need a sales manager J Florida pavilion and take tin ad- ed beater at 711 NW and Sl Moneys next week on Boning i!

mean the whole fair. Wa an mission after a visitor crosses At 7:21: p.m. Monday a flooded at the Florida League of MutldpaOtles Furniture ,

selling a commodity and we the Long bland expressway. to heater at 1101 NW 8th Ave convention in Jack '... < ;
other sections of the fair. V >
1 ought to advertise it an around GENERAL HOSPITAL tonvffle. Livestock t
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and
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