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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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jI jII. O, e, dU. WASHINGTON (AP) A girl dais In turn had agreed to use The network said the program Committee described It as "the with film makers in Beverly
e In a topless bathing suit and the film as. scheduled at 2 p.m. as altered will be shown sickest political program to be Hills, Calif. Sept. 22 said "the
.f. 4NADA Ore other footage have been cut EDT Thursday between 2 and 2:30 conceived since television became purpose of the film then Is to
Chia.ge from a film a Goldwater cam- In New York, NBC Issued a p.m. EDT. a factor In American portray and remind the people
1 I palgn poop hopes to flash statement saying its broadcast The object of the film, said politics.'' something they already know
ew'Y.rk across American television standards department had re- Walton, is "to depict the moral He said the film "appeals to exists. We want to Just make
; screens Thursday to hammer viewed the film and requestedof decay which has occurred in the prurient and the prejudicedIn them mad make their stomachs -'
home Hi claim that the country Its sponsors "the deletion of this country." He placed the a fashion which makes a turn. *
'I', is beset by "moral decay." certain sequences"The the film's cost at 100,000-13. mockery of Its pretentIon to Several times In the film t
Russell Walton, public relations network said the sequences 000 to produce and 135,000 for speaking out for moral conduct"and black limousine roars along a
Shaded Portion.la Path of Fallout director for the Citizensfor were "considered unduly television time. that be had urged the Fair road. Walton said the purpose to

H CoWwater-MllIer. acknowledged suggestive, and these deletions Before the changes became Campaign Practices: CommitteeIn to remind viewers that PresK
the changes Tuesday were agreed to by the (known, Chairman John M. Bailey New York to appraise It. dent Johnson drove his car at.
Where China'sWent night and said that NBC off! sponsoring organization." of the Democratic National Walton at a story conference (See FILM ea Page I)


UNITED FUND BULLETINBy

FalloutWASHINGTON : KEITH AUSTIN General Chairman, IllS Campaign

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.. ea the lookout for a tall mil with a dollar Utility
(AP) No .lack of rainfall was helpful pinned to the lapel el Us. dark gray suit as he Go-Ahead.:

significant fallout was deposited Rain In the path of the cloud walks areond &owl.e .
Is William E.: Browning and he Is collectinga
on the United States as most of night have brought some of the tJ .
the radioactive cloud from Red mile of dollars for the United Paid
China's nuclear: :test floated .radioactivity to earth. "A dollar measures six Inches, so we'll seedHMN
across the American mainland Even if predicted rain bad not ," be said. "That's a lot If money, bet I'm
confident CahMfvlIto caa do It." Given NW Sector
and out to sea, the Weather bald off in northern New
Bureau reports.It except So am I, became, as Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews said to a
England, Atomic Energy Commission remarkably large crowd at Monday Bight's kkkeff barbecue the
said Tuesday,night,that a 'scientists said fallout people of Gainesville will not Ignore the aside of ear .......
from last Friday's "low yield" -
test had not keen expected to
RepairmanIs cause any undue health hazard hoods.Apportion DeveloperGets

In.the United States.
Tax Free'TALLAHASSEE I -
Dr, Lester Uachta, chief fall- Road

(AP) No oat specialist for the Weather ,
Bureau, said some fallout debris Plan Kept 1 k
sales tax Is due on your repair Use
Rights
bill if the repairman merely furnishes from the Chinese test would
continue to move across the
labor and
no,parts. United States for about another On BallotMIAMI BY NORM LaCOE
The State Cabinet approved a .week at levels lower than the SO- Ova Staff Writer
change in the sales tax regulations 000 feet at 'which the major The Alachua County Commie'
to make It clear that the portion of the cloud traveled.Dr. (APA three-Judge lion blessed with approval Tuesday
transaction is exempt unless the Machta federal court refused today to a plan by Norwood Hopey
Indicated the
repair man furnishes parts or' strike the 43-senator, 112representatlve developer and former Gatoet. *
other tangible personal propertyin radioactivity. at these lower Florida reapportion- villa mayor to use county
levels is usually much less than from the Nov. 1 road' of
making the repair ment plan gen-. right way to lay utility
at the Ugh levels. He said that oral election ballot. lines for his private firm to
Apparently all repair bills of It be r-
although some may flYHqUII'MDIItIfIt'IhWllt section
I The court gave no reason for serve a
taxed under the old detected the
were being by ground stations turning down the motion of of Gainesville. 'u.f.
rules, but State Revenue Commissioner amounts of fallout would be less Richard: Swann Miami attorney !Reps won immediate appnv? ''

Ed Straughn said he .than they would have been had that the plan already held al by the commission tor his request -.. _
doubted that charge only for .the "totter" cloud.been washed to be unconstitutional by the to. use county ewmd.;
labor was subject to the tax. down by raft.r. US. Supreme Court, be taken right of way for ..ttc.1IId art..*'

off the baIIoLThe er lines. V 'Ai'
of A public hearing win be held. :
court, composed:
of Miami t Nov. IT oa ...'. request
Judges David W. Dyer
and William A. McRae Jr. City sewer andPwator service
does not reach the areev\x;&'<* ."q
L-'Jones of Jacksonville
and
Warren
Ir reserved runt{'e"eslh. ...;;,.Roughly, ,lilt __, l o....,
fr : matters Me.'or.IL tiguous to the northwaaf ctfcr,
er respporUoament.. h r flmlts, extends nartfl Iwo miles..
.'f from NW Sfth Avenue, aV
iL : Swann, ,who fought Florida'sreapportionment west about three miles from
:}4' hL case throughthe V.1.441. 'Ci
Supreme Court, had asked Property owners In the' a/ \
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!if that the Judges restrain Secretary Archaeological Include home owners In Wblr. ".
of State Tom Adams from
burly Estates and Just west of
bringing the Illegal plan to .a. G. L, Lester Jr, ronalractlon saperlatendeat ef The Sun'a MW building project, 441 north of the city and pulpwood
.,vote. turned aithaeologiat Te day whesi he found a 1113 Ikenae ptoU) fross Levy County companies
lit a bearing here Oct. 14, the I under two feet of the asphalt parking lot.The well preeerved tat kaa a MM baked Pins Grove Baptist Church,
Judges had expressed doubt that enamel finish with whrt lattan. Efforts ta trace the swan wen nksaccseeful because at :lath Avenue and God 8t,
they had authority to take such. 'V Levy County record don't taxjiack to ItlJ. lies ta the area In which: Hops
action.: Is interested.
Attorney Reese Smith of Many roads lie In the area,
Tampa had argued that the Supreme Holley Calls Burns Liar 4 .offering right of way whlsh
Court had given 1 the fed could be used for sewer er water
3 .oral Judges unlimited JurUBc. hoses These Include realden.Itol .
tins ta bringing about a IMda streets and arteries, ta adodltJon
I j reapportionment based aft the In Tax Secret Fund Issues to narrow, rutted pulpwood

,court's "..YOIer. one-vote" T trails. .
'principle. To develop the area, be would
The Supreme Court said the' TALLAHASSEE (AP) Flor- allies, for the years.INI, 1WJ ported to the Fort Lauderdale need to use right of way along
current plan adopted by the Ida's two candidates for governor and ISM. News Holley dM. not name the artery roads, and there ais
Florida Legislature would not be have called each other Was "1 wish I had the I kind of money source and offend. no documentation. only two. These are:
legal even If approved by the They did tt Tuesday the dispute that was subject to !*] /,_ NWMihaXThlataadlrtroad .
voters. over Bums' financial affairs In back taxes" Burns said. taTttusvllle. Henry also said that Bums extending north tram
Also before the court to a motion where the paved section at Sift
Earlier be had said
came tip spin. lied when he denied that he
by Swann for a ruling that had It Intersects with Mb A.....
that his returns from 1W
Charles on tl.1 million ta the bank of Nova
the Legislature' mast reappor. '" Holley. the Republican were being re-eudlted, but there The road runs north, than bandsisitward .
tlon Itself along Supreme Court nominee called otvuncn "... no amount similar to thatIUI't Scotia la Nassau Bahamas to join streets opening. .
guidelines before Its regular together ta Tallahassee and Aid IN.ON" ) Involved." Bums went to the bank last to U. I. 441. Length Is rougJOy.
session in April IllS "I've scheduled this news conference week and obtained a statement IH miles. iiMUn
Mayor Herman Goldner has to again call Hay,", Holley: said a Justice Department saying the bank was authorized ppsrRosd (God a:
had him virtually
given
petitioned to Intervene la the Burns a liar." source to say that Bums did not havean This road extends north ore.
the same Information tea account and had had
with motion that the fed., never
case a
la TttusvUla before the news '
((1.e UTILITY M Paco 11.-
UP coed Pat Maddalett get the hottest i Ia .....'. seat Judges declare the current I conference Burns,the Democra an si'coysjt."Burns .

for. .-.. Suaa W..... (UF Photo) LegUatore to be aa Illegal'body. toaomlaeetoldacampagasudtooea. has staled many times GOP Candidate"To '
and order it to reapporUaa .. that ha knew what Holley TO FIND IT that the aavernment stvestlga
mediately special..... was going to say "I am now ton of lee affairs .ass been
I Hot News in Hair Dos The Miami Government Research declaring Mr. ....,.... Bar a dropped and he Is clear," Hole Speak Here:
Council and the Florida chest and a "...,." Bans said.. WHEREComics Jet said ta a statement, "ThatISDotlns.
League of Women voters also ." Claude Kirk, Renbllett. age
The hottest thing la women's 'on the "silk" reading and best have petitioned Intervene and Honey said ha had originally 24 burns didete for the Unfed States
Is
hairdo's is here.For .- results are obtained if the hair present plans' for realigning the Intended toteD the news confereace Ctossiftoel .2129OMtwarlM "JlI, now under senate, win speak. at a "Coffee
that "straight and swingIng .. Is dry before pymbu: Legislature a strict population that Buns' Income I tot re- ............. Jd tavettigstlos) by aa agency" of with Kirk" gather lag bar*
1\ look" the gals are straighteatog -. bias.The urns wen .... toveedgattoa.But . 2 the federal government Holley Thursday al the Park Lsse
f their curls with a hot For "added body" the !hair Judges did sot deliver the Honey aid the Fort Lender- OaMo* feae . 4 said "Bums lied about the government Cafeteria.The .
from can be put up .ta large curlersafterward. ruling In person, but merely' dale News bruit the story first f.... . IMf Investigation as ha !has speech will follow a
j According 'to most reliable sent a copy for filing In the when. It said Meadey that Barns Women's 12 lied about many ether things, conference scheduled for press,1a.m. /
sources the iron should be set And what else is new? clerk's office. owed .,. ta taxes, pbs.sea- (to VOLLEY ea Page I) .

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II j Nation in Mourning for Third Time in YearHoover9 I


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NEW YORK AHThs .- tile White House at the onset of public was Invited to pay its ta the Capitol rotunds. The core fields seared by antamt
aa.... to proud flag :at .... the Gnat Dapreestoa aad the respects to Hoover who at N Preside paw. to be at Union Hoover's body will be eonoJgaee?
staff bowed ta mourning Jar the Body to Lie electorate toned ..him. sot taJM years and two months Oved slams tor the arrtvaL to his native sot From CafifejC
third time ta .test these year after ealy eaa tons, polJU.eafly longer Chan any President. save At /520 .... fcndty. the ota to Ito betide bin. to etenfly
today aa k bade solemn. sod. In State for 48 Hours ....... John Adam, sobs died at the casket wBJ be takes to National win come the body el hto ....
farewell to Us JIll Presides. .*. Dud wlr tyas all vigor. age of N years sad I ...... Airport tor a fftgtt rrge Iowa CII). Married ta UN. tile Hoovers
Herbert dark Hoover.Al Heaver ta prier Me r+...... At 4:. ,.. Thursday there From there a will hear b4 two sow Herbert Jr.. sad
.... IDT. the dean tt the esr. Art dnrnslreaW will be a brief .....nI.met M If arise to West Branch AQaa Henry Hoover, who were
St IF".r ..sit whandent at SFred.. gaftaat. eld beast gave eat be- cast MIL At hto chat ha at ft Bartholomew's tadadtog: tows.Oa. with their lather whoa he......
Cherch* Pas*JUrocae arts{. Me 11. i-eu4 sort Ise' near tY Bardea of a ftaafum I. wassjsred eider ssrstosiaasvefhtoeMpeMeaTlHa. the EptoeopaJ .prayers tor the a grassy ....overtaking BtatetngataeoaSwaday.amilitary.
....... JIIIIe' __ :- ,endtastlta Neemhe. and when that wages.....;who a Irs dead. President Jehneoa ptoasBy .the tie.rem cabin where Hoover tostaflattoae ... Jill
..... ... .. tssMwW WdT **. wta : Apr Mate waa pasd to OmDaagiM ......I....... ......... ; Is sliest was .... graveside. services 21-ftm rites to MM hairy,
state .* beers asaej *>. .JsacArthsr.. .earnlwasitaf .. ..... .., ......, .. .eevar was a Stew aM. II ....... of the fanOy, an scheduled for 2:. p... president That teeth.. of ..,
8) L ...... .,who oaca >served .aajyjSSii1 .alrMaay II a deep soar, was at ft Barthilsajsa's Uri there win/ he ae shoat aeceasssytavttoitoa art A list of M friends colleagues tap eeae lows. hs 4r oar
dear of the ..jeer.oafgaerded <..... Wis. Mat end. d Alter : 11m r'aaseeM1'. d tint .. ..... who .....1Ir rid .......... 0pI acerb. wA be govermteat leaders salute Hoover M ..... ease).isi '
by aa heses Lid hess :bt ..... pnantdae lMen wet 0*.' Ar bers La ...,. ..4 mlast trill and associates has .beta invited each state ta the leas<*....
a4 .. acrd .....' : ?'. m Ir....... tar a niing 'who sited sit JIM agaef. heart alysdtt.ue. Details were worked out snore Americas flags. .... .
Tha trtato. wB ha reaaatod.. ; : ....... .. ........ ... ....... On hey mesa, Hoover's Yaa a JUt.... world have ... at iaf.stag by i 9'
1lfbtay. ..'..... :.11..tUantr. id. art a a .'i .....ieAs. lwssnadtopaaBsssrTtoa.BtolstoMtotota. I V liar f tats to S ... War body ell travel by Irate toWashington Fealty. surrounded oa three etrecttoa of Preetdaat awn 4
j waahknpr he rs C prrMfr' I"'ttiag ,attest* *iii > .. ttgtthe is lhrsld 7. .. there to Bsta stoat ssaej by evergreen trees, amid See BOOYaW as Pip >B):jr"'T ; '..1"
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:PEOPLE in, the .NEW I More About Weather Roundup Alachua "r9 he wanted consideration to know whether h ad been sufficient t

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: .' ,. ,," UtilityFrom given to civil defense needs, 9

COUNTY which would include a fallout


Briefly. .. Page 1 w :shelter The county commission Aug.

: mile from 39th Avenue, then COMMISSIONPayne's i 1 ,., ,.., .q U endorsed the use of sheltersin '

.. bends westward. ZONII public buildings. G. M. Davis

4 Precisely, the section he has A Oonorniy loir ...* NHI.WrmN ". chairman, said shelter had
IMl/ mormon tonlsM Ofltfy. .'
staked out, all in Township 9 'I' """ ..... Low tonight 40 to ... High par. been studied."I .
Thurw.Y w N 7" V..I.bIt ..I.... Ito Prairie have asked some questions
and 19 east I
s & south Range II- 15 men.nhour. ,
e' pp
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JJ &itg cludes all of sections 14, 23 and B C Fair through Thurs and I haven't gotten any

24; sections 13 and 18 southwest day Continued cold tonight R answers," Johnson said, before

of U. S. 441;; section 19 with low In 30s and patchy tE ,,, : voting:against :acceptingthe

north of the city limits and frost High Thursday 70 to 75. Plea Renewed preliminary plan.

west of 441; and the east quarter Variable wind 5 to 12 miles. '

mile of sections 15 and :22. an hour. Problem
,; T'I" Normally, the c o u n t y commission D Folr through """ ..".,. low Edgar Johnson tried, without to avoid a showdown vote.; Access, ._

I does not give immediate tonight trM wwl 31 to 11I1.41....with High dune T"" ...of.."Mcl n to H success Tuesday, to get t h e The maneuver was on* of '

approval to a request or 71 Vorlobit many mrttnmt....,. to west Alachua County Commission to many In a long struggle b 't Due Study :
to II m1k..n
plan which Is presented to it 'r'5conttnuH o rear through Twr5w. wrr put some money behind 1 It. Johnson to have Paynes Prairie,

... preferring to let a committee! o.eipt :U to told 40 tonight with dune wim low of In Mtdiy 400. tii;.III mouth and 'pay for a feasibility a 13,000. acre grazing tract The Alachua County Commis.

... study the matter a week or i 10. I light Irott kl low. ....... High Thu... w ..eo.LIfII' study to re convert paynes south of Gainesville: ,':made Intoa sion Tuesday voted to work t.

.. In this case, Hope had told Mine:I I 70 t.*, ':leatmlM: ""M to how iwrnonl, titN GAINESVILLE WEATHER Prairie to a lake. lake as' it was in 'his child-. road east of the Earleton Road:

... commissioners some time ago mI''I I'::! ::::ir through Thundoy. Low -Municipal Airport reading Johnson, backed up by Claude hood. ": and north of the post office to; t

.... h*wants to serve the area with tonight.'Mottly 41 'N, M Hitli noflhooil'Thurldiy win*71 I toM toU for 24 hours to I 'm.. today: Brandon, reminded the comlssloners m- No careful study .ever. has Earleton once, and try to find a.: ..

.. utilities. No action was taken .t MM ... "wrt. dlmlnlthlng tonight. High M at a a m., low 37 at they have voted In been made to find put if i the permanent- solution to access.: -
J Folr Ihrougn" Th3r":ddr. Low tonight -
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. that time. 1 hi Mi, ncopt 40i on boochoo.High 6 .m. No rain. favor' of a study, and asked project is feasible,; a 1 11 bough problems. :"
. 'ti' No details of an agreement : Thuridoy uppor TOl. Northerly II.SIHWI** them to their supportAfter 'leaders h Edgar Johnson was Ippolnr.ed ..
. wt r wind M to II mlioi on hour, dM TlM"'ITU"L Low ProcIO renew many political a v e '
. were discussed with Hope during "/ I ,.nigh,. J.ch.snvllh ..... discussion of It indicated they favor the tau- to study the problem. 1
-Volr: :Mtl :hQ part p
. Tuesday's meeting. through loudly Continuedcool Miami ...:.....:.,... Mrs. George E. Evans complained -:
with low tonight In Mi end high N N aimed him, he finally with reservations.,. :
.... However, a similar requ e. t Thurtdoy: mid Tot. Norm or* northooolwlndi l::= '.',','.,';:::::::::,' ae 30 against Johnson"In to the commission the:
IS to M mils '"t hour, dlmlniinlng New Orlcm .. ...... of asked to table his own motion a previous m o ve
.. had been granted to David : some ThurMiy. aau ........,'......:: ;: 37 1.01 almost Won partial federal road Is in bad condition. ;:
ALMANAC Vor .......... If payment
Now to : :
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.. Smith, Gainesville engine, lumot New ......,........ ISJpm.tunrM VUHhlngton. ,.,....,.... II M for a feasibility stud Y.
.. acting for the ,Alachua Utilities / tomorrow .......... 4 Mom. hlcogo ............ N N Board
.. Moonrlw tonight ........., ,,1! >.m. II.....i City." ....?..... 75 au Library provided the, .comity puts i u P Amendment 12 ::
.. 6 Co. Inc. Las Ouster ............ Oct VMOMININT Dam+N ,
.. That approval carries atipula.lions STAR C,. WorthVllili.1 :::::::::::::. : :; part of the funds.. .'
.. C In .orm..at ', The :
feasibility study would
.. that standards set by the PLANITI[ ?' '" sStlST" '''"'"'': : : AppointeeE. Support Asked ::,:
cost about
Mtwrtft In tot Sun 1)1: csoaa'Rr'rooms fll.000.
***" tint.
. county must be met, and if the .. ....... .
JuDHtr In till e ,
2, needs to take over the private M.... ... '......., HX.'Wu.'S11: 1:17:rtW 1J7 I.m: 1m.sod 1121.red G. Cann, High SprIngs, The cost of buying and converting Support for amendment 12,: I
city
ens, ..., ........ to five Paynes Prairie Into"a
r was appointed a year on the Nov. I election ballot,:
.. it will be permitted -
. to system do so ,at amortized value 5 Day ForecastTemperatures term on the Library' Advisory lake would be $ -no million. was asked Tuesday by the Ala.: ,
Alachua County Johnson moved to have the
Board the
by
G. M. Davis, chairman, suggested chug County Commission. ;.
the commission not IAI win average are 78 to 84. A warming trend Commission Tuesday. Cann bas commission restate its position .The' board said the amendment -:
live degrees below normal. Nor- expected this weekend with board two In favor of
.. served on the year a feasibility study
act on Hope's request, or another would raise to SO years the;
mal minimums range from 55 to showers likely the first of next cr preliminary plan at a cost
. by Smith, until It is certain time period over which counties -
10 in the extreme north and 70s week. not to exceed $11,000. Brandon *"
Calnesvlll borrow
of could
what the City e FarmCityWeek money.
... plans to do in extending utility In the Keys. Normal maximums seconded the motion. When the original authority"was

. service. G. M. Davis, chairman, c b- given, counties could barrow -..
Notice
: w CA' Wi......... Commissioner Sidney Martin. More Jected. H* said he doesn't wantto up to 50 years, but 22YII.7have
of Hawthorne moved to approve AboutHoover Week see county money spent, 41n- passed. Counties wanting
national Farm
City
Hope's request immediate! less there is assurance the federal to make 30 years notes cannot:
was proclaimed Tuesday by G.
'Mountaintop'Martin
Stings on The motion passed with little. M Davis chairman of the Al.. for or the state governments wIDpey do it, because' remaining au--' ,I

: #: frs. Luther King Jr. displays at her AtIflDa discussion.Hope objected to the creationof From Pase 1 chua County Commission, for Johnson replied project that state or thorlty The amendment extends only would 28 years.restore:. 'J 1

.. home some of the congratulatory letter andtajegrams standards by the county, to ,, embodies the week starting Nov. 20. federal agencies won't look .t the 50 year limit, said Commissioner .',
since after Hoovei local Is '
shortly "Herbert Hoover A planned
: received since her husband won the 1964IKiel control his pipes and lines. program the project unless there Is a Sidney Martin .
: Peace Prlz. MI wish w* could stay on this "I hive heard several things death. and cam to symbolize t the Nov. 24.Purpose. preliminary plan or feasibility

.. infjintalntop forever," aald Mrs. King whoa family that upset m* a little bit." be A 30-day period of mourning finest principles and qualltl s. of Farm City Week itudy. 1

: hg lived with the threat of death for the past nine told the commission. was decreed by Johnson, who for which our country stand," is to help city people learn the Howard Weston, admjnlstr alive LandfillPlaint
award will treat a more declared: -We have lost a wise Goldwater said In a statement role of agriculture In Alachu
: .... But she think the H* said he recognized the assistant, said the project
.. farorabl opinion for Rer. King's non-violent civilrtfhta need for standards and eoi American, and the world us Hoover served In World I County. has cost the county 13,500 to :Heard :::

: movement. rots to protect the public then lost a humanitarian citizen i of War I as organizer for Amilea's U.OOO to date. 1

\ added: all mankind. He lived a full and mass relief .of starvi g Subdivision Sidney Martin questions c d Mrs. Grace McIntosh renewed -

: AILING "But a great car should be useful life, and"we are all deeply Europeans."He whether the lake, if converted, a complaint with the Alach- ,

exercised It would not unnecessarily In his debt. fed more people and would make ua County Commission
: Playwright Lorraine R a a so Plats Sought good fishing. H e Tuesday
: bee, author of prize .. winning burden the private Among tributes pouring I In saved more lives than any other cited: a state report over a landfill and cocktail
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'. noJB "A Raisin In the Sun," leveloper." with news of Hoover's passing man In history, Nell MacNtHoover's Preliminary plats for two Johnson replied that when the lounge building under construction

: wl! was In criticalcondition H* said h* objected to a requirement were particularly poignant ones close friend and long new subdivisions were subm prairie was a lake, It was good on Bivens Arm outside the

: In that a private developer .,from the two men who now are associate, said after the deathof I ted for approval to the Alachua Ishlng. city: y

/IT Nw York's should meet standard the only living former America the man whom associates'County Commission Tuesday. "For 25 to 30 people," Martin -

I University Hos. used by the City of Gainesville, Presidents Democrat Harry called "The Chief" an ICCO- Both are on NW 34th St. beyond retorted. The commission had voted a

. pits! today. Th just because the city mlgh t S. Truman and Republics lade dating back to the grim the city limits. Norwood Jack Durrance said he hesItates zoning variance some time ago

: 34 year old someday annex the private syiem. .. ,Dwight D. Eisenhower. days when Hoover succored Hope and Harold Walker are the because the county ha p for Joe Willingham, developer'

: ; Negro author Truman, H, Is recovering In a stricken Belgium and other war. developers.One not been .encouraged by other to build the structure. The xon-:

: : entered the Martin assured Hope,,''ThereI Kansas City hospital from Injuries ravaged nations. new area will be a one- agencies, or by engineers. hog will comply with new zoning

: }\,J hospital Saturday I will be no hardships worked" on I suffered In a regent fall., Son of a smalltown blacksmith block, deadend road NW 27th Martin said all the comml emulations when adopted.
.. ,<< T h nature the private Individual. Wf wired Hoover's IOns "1 loners the Mcintosh
; firsus t : orphaned at the age of Ave., with access from' 34tll favor Payne Mrs. lives on Bivens.
: of her 111* When Hope's request was deeply saddened by the 8, and no stranger to poverty,. Street Twelve homesites are Prairie proJect.- fter available Arm. '

.. M iBr1 1"Sansberry | nessfcM<*a&. -<.. 'f' if e mentioned, Martin bad suggested passing of your father. He was Hoover amassed a fortune estimated along the avenue. money Is spent on more immediate -
: disclosed : ; developer's be requiredto friend and I was hit. recreation She complained that the land'
+ abC standards set the my good at W million as a young The other with IS home ltes, needs such II
, meet by President Hoover was a devoted mining engineer would extend NW 31st Avenueto boat ramps and fishing spots on fill may affect the water level,
i
l (ASH GIFT r county at, and amortized to sell value their to systems the public servant and he will be i His World War I activities 34th St., and open a short existing water bodies. to the detriment of other prop',

: CMoney donated to the family l .. ,..; city If ever needed. Forever remembered for his brought him International atte n. new street NW 33rd Terrace. Johnson objected that wit b- erty owners.

__ Patrolman J. D. Tlpplt killed Hope, a former Gainesvl 11 e great humanitarian work." I Ion,. and he entered politics In The tract backs up to the creekon out a feasibility study, the county 'She also objected to Installa-,

: :)lov. 22 while trying I to mayor, Is president of the Jim From Gettysburg, Pa., Eiser 1921 as secretary of commerce e one side. does not know whether it 1 Ie lon of septic tanks to serve the

'. arrlt Lee Harvey Oswald, was Ana Ellea Chrlslensen U, Hope Electric Co. Inc., a major tower, 74, Issued statement successively under Presidents doing the right thing putting a new flclllty\-on grounds they

': distributed Tuesday by DilL of Newell, I..., says she was local electrical contractor.He which said In part: barren G. Harding and CalvinIn Right-of-Way boat ramp ben, a park there. tight affect the,water.

: om Clerk Bill Shaw just looking for excitem eat has extensive Interests In "He has by his great service Coolidge Claude Brandon told (Com.

.. Mtrl Tlpplt widow of the and bad n* personal motive building, his major develop earned the gratitude of America 1028, Hoover was elected Not NeededThe missioners) they should "fl a h Wayne Carlisle county attor-

: sla. police officer, received i a when she tossed u egg tkai orient firm being H., Inc. and the entire free world. Everywhere president, defeating Democrat or cut bait. H* objected t o ney, told the commission he has

.; chic for $312,91612. In addl Hope and Harold Walker, he was known as i I Alfred E. Smith in a bitterly Alachua County Commission putting out a little drab at atime asked for water level figures
: tlotor$330t4tM was given Mrs. bit Sea. Barry Goldwa; t I r another builder, function as W.N. friend of humanity. Mrs. Eisenhower ought campaign ; went on record Tuesdaythat ," wlhout knowing overall but does not have them' yet to

t Tlpplt and J. Donald Squibb, during a campaign visit ben ., Inc., a corporation which and I Join the nation In Seven months after his roan It is not Interested in obtaining eeds. know what legal questions

. tree[ officer for Republic Ns last Friday. The bidden develops and builds subdivlIons. grieving for the loss of a man Duration, the nation plunged Into right of way on State light be Involved.

" tinsel Bank to be held In trust will cost Miss Chrlsteiuea a who has meant so much to the the great depression. For this. load 20 near the truck stop li Health Building

foQhe three Tlpplt children $5* fine, or 15 days la Jail U Republic,'and to whom we gave the public blamed Hoover, although Hawthorne, for four-lane road
Charles Allen, Brenda Kay and About our deep affection and admlrsJon. his defenders said no, Right of way is now being .
.. Coals Glenn and $3.7181wejf she doesn't pay up by next More ." man could have withstood the taken at the spot for the widened design Approved .1 iv&i1

: to the city police and fire FrIday. This was the nil i a g Sen. Barry Goldwater, Republican adverse tide that engulfed him. U. S. 301. The commission The Alachua Commission &

: mM: welfare fund. Tuesday whim she pleads FilmFrom presidential candidate breadlines grew the nation'' discussed taking right of way County ;\

e QPtrlbution of the money wa guilty la Municipal Court U called: ) Hoover's death a profound factories fell Idle and unemployment now for four laning SR 21(). Johnson- over the objection of fIVA.

: authorized by Dlst. Judge De< a chant of disorderly c I n- loss to the American people hunger and fear However, the state road depart Edgar -Tuesday approved -
Walker last week. duct She said she threw tile Page 1 men t advised It does not seethe preliminary design forthe ttor t\
: Ban I and to the cause of individual ripped the land. .... ML Aimaus MOMS* r*. ;
egg from aa apartment wl* freedom and dignity Against this grim background need for four inning SR 20 new annex to the county] Ilwr Nrvk. .e 1ft'. I,..* n.Cmipoiiy :. ..
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dew. high speeds near his Texas: for 15 to 20 years. health department building enSW _- tor lie Mush s..s 011
. throughout the world. franklin D. Roosevelt had little Mmnir w. Vo. will oo
inch. 4th Avenu Mid ol tJtfX m TlMndoy. OciKVK
... "Our point Is why shouldn' trouble defeating Hoover In The new building designed by a., m : Mitmwpy MN5e.M. i''!'
PRIZE .
NO Deer : *o> Arthur c Or iv
932 to the of the New
begin era
HuntingCutback Motor Mkonoor xithool.l Chwch '
kids do these things when they ilnesvllle architects Moon con.fictliif
About
h Vhrc Deal and 20 of Democratic t/" oorvkot (...101..111110..M5'ymM
Jean Paul Sartre, Frenc I years -
gel this example at the top? AskedThe and May, Includes 2,700 square Comotory, ._, Moot VI,.
author playwright Walton said control of the WhiteHouse. feet gross, at a cost of about t-: :..mo Homo Wroctloii Mr Svom.ol Jan who,.

refused In addition to the topless bathIng HolleyFrom 'tl foot .Ivool ot MkOMov 04 TUOMIOV _.
be per square Anticipated
. Hoover the State of Florida may Ins II ftll --. 5.ear..
nomination for : was only secomNesident
suit scene Walton said he asked to reduce the deer buntIng I construction cost will be HIa 1M. 1 v.M Mrs M JuN
the Nobel Prize of the century to be 17. 11II lit ahSN. alp..," s.a
la greed to delete a provocativebook 1 season in Alachua Countyto $43,MO. Hid 5/ Micro a Y.Nf.
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for literature, Meaby" Page defeated after one term. The ; 5..t.HY r i 5 : a: a, i
titled "Jaa The
be
new building will
his friends said cover other was William Howard Taft 10 days and to assign more usedfor N/elsytla' ''' a. ma N
Tuesday. Sartre and photographs of Im.n but this he cannot cover up or who later became Chief Justiceof game wardens the board of student nurses who work al 10-Me Mk.Npp m.5555354,55 N "".Ch1"el.5mty. .h. .
: In a fig leaf.Teachers. off." commissioners decided TIlesday. the county health department wits 1ft... Coilil 0. avrMk._
refused 'for shrug &be United States. Taft _
swore w. d,1 Dr N.ny [vrs MO.
while studying at the University 555.. $"4uwa. M... MMN a. .
and said In Beach Hoover In
Daytona
objective Burns as president .
HearMitchell of Florida. evr,.. MI<_. MMMv. 5541,
o personal r' asons" last night, "He (Holley) has noray Whatever bitterness h* bon Presently one warden serves Initially Use evs5., -.-. W. V.. sM so.
the and the season 15from University will rent'tbe building ...*1, M.s, a__ K. amain. ....,,.
they ex Talk'Executive of obtaining the Information with him from the White House county, Mrt. e"u0a Ift_
plained. The Sarin he says he has. The recordsof Hoover concealed. He had little Nov. 14 to Jan. (. from the county expecting 50,5C3NM

.. author could not be reached for Secretary Blllj I the Internal Revenue Service use for the Roosevelt adminisration. Sidney Martin commissionerfrom to renew tile rental agreement I1ICIUeMA... MaeAOULINI MATNA

.. comment. Mitchell of the Gainesville are confidential. So Mr. Holley But after World War II, Hawthorne, said there every two years.It 'pwwrwNkS- K .ill ..tor 3545 1ft..of. HI I.s.m' .N

umber of Commerce spokei hu lied again as he did on the Hoover became at President won't be a deer left In the also will house treatment A"W1I M. ._.. -. Tham 00'r, C0 n. lead

i the relationship of public Nassau bank account charge, ..11Iin toman's request the head of I county after that long a sea- facilities for emotionally disturbed Dr.....Y. 5. ... _w11I1
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.
: Jean Fishes II, *f Bmklym education to Job opportunltl I an endeavor to cheat the commission to seek economy son He also said illegal hunting persons. I TSans AnMyMwas, e_ot _.Mrs sY 11MN W"-...M
.. wH. arrested la coaaectteawMk / In the community Tuesday nlhtat people of Florida of their de- trough governmental reorganlitlon. needs to be brought under Of the total cost of tU.OM r III NI tan N. 5M 0.,
: 55. 1Ns .e teee .
: the sex slaying *f aevea the annual dinner of the I sire on electing the next gov- He headed a followup mtrol. for building furnishings andfees C_. Mrs NII uswNp_ wN M's.CM tl....
old Janet Yetwg. Tae the to w 1- p... rM .Mal _
year Classroom county expects qualify M
: A 1 a c h u a County rnor." campaign along these lines for ._1101 a' u -. 5w..
. bes Ie said to have grabbed Teachers Association. for federal Hill Burton _.... rI lieIlw .r. h3.irM IVme,
said that Burns' record resident Eisenhower and fc
Issue .
Holley
0 PolicyOn pr's 'sM.5 -It. _.
aIM arrived i alcOTch teach- funds for 55 cent .. .
.
: thegtrl as Joining the classroom with' the Internal Revenue Servo credited with saving the nation per M MM .NrYy, OMmrd. CoIlt.,
. ...w.1t! -. ,,
to attend a' several school principals facilities tndude.a psycholr J.nws pl..hmr -
t'n were let! could be made public If It t \least $3 billion a year. Sidewalks ---110
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: SMt meelll,. Ebb dM and members of the Board room nune*room tot to- wall --to, M An.M. VII 0_
I
would document In 19O, Hoover's health begani :
Bums sign a Commission JMiII r. If ,
airier work araad Ik of Public Instruction. Including The Alachua County ltruc.1ion and other purposes, w O. I __Mto. g TM aMKN
fail. An for abdoml-
his i
taking newsman alenleIJituarit5 operation
any its
has spelled out policy ;
cawch. Chairman G. Hugh W1111 ams. conference room, offices and
sal followed
cancer was by
.. elect William on helping finance side-I general facilities
Superintendent anemia, sieges of Internal Inside munic- I Gainesville Sun
/OINU.S.? S. Talbot Lester Hodge W 14 walk construction Site for the new building will
ceding, a kidney hemorrhage
lard Williams and Don Allen.Mik'ht'll pal boundaries.Past 1 tit behind the
Sremler TbattWr Just present
: W. Ness : and respiratory Infections. For
Introduced by 5w .rrr,5miN. MNr policy has been for the tinr..dSmtda.
. of::Saskatchewan say his was of OCN OK HIM 000.ADELINE the past 17 months he had been board to pay for materials Ifcities I health center using an area red 5--
would have to consider v.Jackie Robert Hargrave. president now paved for parking lot The sols
prertnc HOLLOMANMrs. confined to his Waldorf Towers will provide the labor tobuild : MC50w.
the Alachua CTA. Th meeting building will be located 101 SIc.
IfQurtec Justnorth
United States
Joining the; suite. schools for v'ss.aaa
Inn sidewalks near 2nd e,. G .
should steed from was held at the University Adeline Martha Ho I1c)- I Ii of the existing power FIorIdI,
Hoover' final Illness began to, safety of children t and .-.4 secod c....
Cat-da. man. e*, of II NE toth St, .abruptly last Saturday. with s i This policy was spelled seatmen :transformer poles.and :power i::.: 5i :Otta'C r
.
'3 long as Quebec b .b Confederation Gets[ National died Wednesday at the fnlw 1 massive hemorrhage of the carefully Tuesday thai I IIl118f1erialt nes.! .

Canada la a fin ty of Florida Medical Center. ;. macn and Intestinal area will be provided for fans will be common trick ll tAiow NAT'S IT

, canonic unit. lit told a news Masse toil his. ***" VFW Position SlIt lived .in Gainesville for Poisons Invaded hit blood- 'sidewalks along thorough/are I and I concrete Mock floors vinyl eM.ln 01 ItIA4

, :I conftrenc* Tunda,. tract t* reappear M Ed taUvaa's Albert J. Allums. of 11* NW8th 33 i years and was a native of ItrNm u his organ failed andhis "..i the Immediate vicinity- y t file or (at added expense terrstots I S Ma....,1.1 AS

I .. Qojebec has been the seen of weekly skew after what St, has been named na- Brooksville.Her I heart began to falter. Ian county schools. I die roof win be built up

, .. rated demonstration by a Mhaa. described as ". 11on.laide decamp to the national husband Fred, Is a 101'mer KM personal physician Dr I Immediate vicinity wffl be decited IIId lilt ceiling will be wpeedd M Mid :.?, mass

militant separatist movement Veterans Foreign Wars Alachua County sheriff Michael J. Lepor. announced as each case comes up 4. aeoostlcal tie. The steeltrams ". If A..n Saeau Mwepp .
'whloa wants autonomy for the railed for .IIIft. *a Saa doter Survivors Includ her .. wvcr's death with a brie lequests must com fran I structure wd lie air con- 0.

..1 Frffth-spcaklng provlnc say sights .a... This anointment was band ,a sister, Mrs. Mae Pfeni2. I usage; he had written on bole municipal authorities leads dltioeied = = -:-:: II

.. ..... announced from Kansas City byJohn Beaumont ,Calif. and a ,I itMnary.l It read: must be to the budget and drsign ""Be* commhnlooi overrodeMan's ::::::..':'-- Ie.. ..

A. <( Park. I'. lime iUS: .....- Ilka1iDlll. lit plans for a week.' H* said wONS -- 5555 .Mw::

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Florida's ,Tax System for Forest Lands Is Called Unfair ( I
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The State of Florida Is lullIng ad valorum tax which--.I--the forest -be to pay '1 percentage each said such a tax would be realistic make Inroads on the profits to,plastic. dustry Is second only to
the goose that lays th- Industries must pay for year of what the Industry would and would take Into account -be realized. The new tax: plan, "But this is progress and we" Ism in the state, he said.
golden egg.J. H. Trescot vice their.forest,land. This means profit after the end of 30 years how the land was being should adjust Its rates according intend to stay In business. ; Forest Industries in F pla'i I
president of the Hudson Pulp paying a percentage of what the when piece of timberland was used. to the risks.; ,Trescott said. create 56000 Jobs with a I
and Paper Company In Palat- land could be sold for. mature enough to harvest. ;' Time Is the I biggest hazard In Then there is the competitionwith Trees are the only natural resource million a year payroll, I
ka said to Gainesville Rotarians The forest Industries do not Trescot Is not afraid of the growing trees, Trescot said. other non forest Industries that can be replaced. to 70 million seedlings are
yesterday at their weekly plan to sell their land but to possibility that forest Industries During a 30-year span natural Trescot said. Ten years Almost one half of the trees ed commercially each ,
luncheon. 'elements such fire, all laundry bags were native to North America can be said Trescot
use It, Trescot said A better might pay more each year under as drought ago
Trescot was referring to the way to tax forest land would his proposed tax plan. He I disease and Insect damage paper. Now many are made of grown- -in-Florida.-The forest'-In-- The forest Industry tax I
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CONSCIENCEOF MAULDIN- THE CONSERVATIVE

4-* Oim.suitk VIEWPOINT I i

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f ::. JOHN .. NAMIIOM, prwMmt. .
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1 University City lair. Wflllll DlrKkr,, Viet* 101/n.tdsa TARTAOUONO*M A*, i f i f W..i l.--S"......wI DAVID (LAWRENCE 1

.... 4 Viet ',.".". ... ClmMlM ...--. By RALPH McGILL WASHINGTON Change has come. For better or for
,- r>WMr .... VtaaUot h_ I
ttt ......... (Oktr worse? Last week can 'without dramatic exaggeration be
'-: THE SUN'S POLICY described in TV vocabulary as "The Week That Was,"

,,7 1. R port the .,... fully And "Impartially" the niw column. Reminder'In but it must also be called "The Week That Still Is." It will
2. fccprtu the opinion of the Sun In-4>ut only In-.dlMrfals. .. continue to shape the destinies of mankind for future weeks
"7" JPubllth l ell I'dti! of bum. and perhaps for years to come. "
Important as domestic Issues and contests i
tAll presidential
;: The Sun's telephones: departments 378-1411: Nobel may be to us, it is the far reaching effect of the changein

the dictatorship in the Kremlin and what It may portendin
the volatile game of peace and war which today Is of

j PrizeAward greatest concern to the people of this country and of all
Buying !a Used Car: From LBJNow the other countries of the globe.

i IT SO HAPPENS that Great Britain had a national election
: ( Senator Goldwatef, the Republican take'this here Lincoln Conti of the Nobel Peace last week and "changed horses In midstream," as the ,
Prize to Dr. .
: presidential candidate, has nental. Like new, except: maybe a Martin Luther 0 saying! goes in politics. Though the Conservative Party
: I brought used can into the campaign mite of engine fatigue from enter. Norwegian King Jr., of Atlanta by the there lost by a thin margin and hence a new majority can

ai a major issue. He is asking the talD I' reporters down to the'ranch, after strong Assembly recommendation came any day topple the Socialist Labor government, epochal de- J .'
clslons will have be
to made by Washington, London and
ii'
: I ;Voters, "Would you buy a! secondI -, and maybe a sasparilla stain on the of !leading Swedish members r Paris in the challenging task of rebuilding the North Atlan-

: I hand auto from Lyndon?" seats ,from sody pOp spilled out of of Parliament and by many tic Treaty Alliance which for many months has been hi die

f paper cups. Come plowin' time, you Europeans and Amerlcsns. array. This has been due to a belief that the United t

: ". confess that the' newly-ln- can hitch, the plow behind or, better Thirty been nominated.- odd persons' bad !"I'VE GROWN ACCUSTOMED TO HIS FACE. :' States wants to ,keep the nuclear power herself for self-la

: hjected issue seems aa intelligent as still set in it a spell and fill out your 'It would be helpful if terest or isolationist reasons

: some others already being discussed. farm subsidy papers in air-condi those who must oppose even Dr. LBJ'S TALK: POLITICAL OR NOT? and not let any other nuclear-

: But surely: it ought to apply to all tioned comfort. King would now attempt I power ally, such as Britainor

I.the candidates, not just LBJ. For quiet, honest evaluation of France, share the all-Im

'\\'th. guidance\ or readers,,The Sun has WILD BILL. He's the"gut" dealer the man, of the times in which portant decision as to its
: compiled a study of ,the four top I who doesn't mince words lit telling lie and all of tts live and have Use of Advantage use.

: f :office-seekers as they might function you about the crooks down the street our being, and of the slow but iii a sense this Issue-false

as vendors of used cars. Here they Wild Bill believes that extremism in inevitable events that mark ly referred to In the American .
t the passing of our days and Strut JUlmra 'mittee had offered to pay the the most striking aspects of presidential campaign asa
are as one might find them repre- exposing sawdust in a transmission is ,O fork
) years. TV networks to the the "report" were physical:
By ARTHUR KROCK carry device whereby one man In
tented in the want-ad section vice. p
no before The low toned delivery the
... speech as "political" ;
WASHINGTON The Inherent
Washington "pulls the
trig
: THE AWARD Is unique fa the White House took it out marked Improvement in "tele

: E I TRUE BLUE BARRY, There's a HAPPY HUBERT. This unfortunate thaw 1&racial rewards efforts to attalft nominee advantage of the opposition e v e r the that of this context by announcing vision technique," ,1 including: ger"Issue-Is goes how' further.the heads The of real the

"lead and shoulder photo with the fellow' suffers from delusions.He peace la this : the substitution of contact
i accrues to a president In of British, French and American
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and
| ad. An earnest Barry seems to be' thinks he's the John D. Jlockefeller -' \ell country'troubled, by areas Indirection of ,the in Oct who la a candidate forelection "The National recommended Security to the lenses for brief spectacles and; pensive the occasional governments shall instruct

saying, "Take a look; hare you ever type whose mission is to give world. Past recipients' have ) la always great But Council President that while there Is smile and the almost total the commanders of
;
: seen a fellow "who looks more four away cars instead of dlmi.:1'rouble labored to prevent armed conflict : when developments abroad in no present cause for national absence of long words and their land, air and naval

: square than ol'" Barry Bring back Is,' True Blue I Barry, and, Wild Bm Dr. King has workedIn the course of a presidential and alarm, and no immediate cant bureaucratic phraseology forces to move In concert
campaign directly with authority to set at
: the golden days with this 1914 Stub keep saying Happy Hubert' cars are the field of human rela Involve the United States gravely emergency, it was advisable the Saxon derivativesof and use certain once to : in JIG when' tions. In his own country, and that the President himself the language supplanted by weapons t;
Bearcat phaeton; your heart, you bargain even they'r. free this advantage attains Its repel a sudden attack.
more particularly In the South should give a report and the usual polysylabic words ;
: t'4cnow it'll outperform all that modern highest dimension. And hit
where he was born and educated assessment of the situationto from Latin and Greek origins\
.=)unk especially the stuff being There have the main 'was never more clearly established EVEN MORE important t
types.
: j putout ,ypu, and where he has labored the American people." so dear to ghostwriters.To on t''
Ford H." We that it Wouldn't really be than In PresidentJohnson's the nuclear front are the coining
: by Henry agree a most he has become a televised the contrary, the text 1 '
good idea to buy a car from Lyndon, highly: controversial figure., night. speech AFTERTHOUGHT or not, abounded with such conversational relationships between -
Sunday the
Soviet Union
: V'. HOME FOLKS LYNDON. Shucks, but Americans are sometime so pigheaded Calumny' abuse and danger this high official framework usages u "Let me takea Red China. For the Peiplng and

: : .;folks, ain't notbln' fancy about Lyn- that they'll pass up a secondhand have been his dally companions THE WORLD listened, because put the TV address beyondthe minute to say," and "This government which has Just

: ITidon's; cars, no sir. They're for folksI auto and then put the dealer In despite the fact he has Johnson Is the chief of practical reach of the Republican would not be all good but exploded a bomb equivalentto
"" never advocated or, Initiated the nation which Is the leader demand for equal it Is not all bad." The effect
: I hat want to git someplace and back. the White House. '< violence. It was his advocacy time. Nor could the demandbe that dropped over Hlroshi-!
.. and most powerful protector was as If a citizen, encountering ma In World War II, serves
of the Gandhi like pssslveralstence documented by any phrase, the President on
However
1 of its free peoples. notice on her neighbor
that won him and whom he facile expression, Intonation the street, had asked for and on
I Wojrk for Peace those to spoke the mainland of Asia-the
4J ,King's ; his followers early success directly were the people of of voice or Inflection of got his Informal Impressions Soviet Union and on the

: It In April of last year the Rev."Dr. istlcally, he accepts the prize as a and attention. the U.s., as witness the following dent speech Yet employed, like Franklin by the Pres-D. of the package of great smaller countries of that con-
have noted the events.
others
As : "But these important tinent
as well as Japan that
'! tMartin Luther Jr. sat in BirIN tribute to the discipline restraintand
King
a South one day will be grateful events. (The Kremlin change Roosevelt in the campaign of she Intends to wield a nuclear
;.. : I mlngham jail cell. There he. filled courage,of millions of Negroes when It realizes what the of command and the nuclear 1MO and Dwight D. Eisenhower ONE CAN sumpathlze with club In her diplomacy of the

: :pap after page of note paper with a and whites who followed the doctrines alternative would have been detonation by the Chin..ae in the campaign of, 1954 the plight of an opposition' future. Will this bring Mos

: li scrawled reply to eight fellow clergy- of nonviolence in seeking to establish had Dr. King, with his capacity Communist government) Johnson effectively reapedthe candidate for president in the cow and Peiplng closer together /

en who had protested his partlclpajh ( '"a reign of Justice and a rule I to stir and Inspire, come make It right that your Pres- full political harvest of current circumstances. But it on the theory that the Sov-
: | preaching violence, hate and ident report to you as ful- presidential Incumbency In a. is one of the Inevitable consequences lets by furnishing
*j Ion in civil rights demonstrations as }\ of love'across this nation of ours. more economic
;, troubled time.
of challengingWhite
: ',aggression. One does not like ly and as clearly as he can. aid, will have a greater ,

: J Jj:: 'unwiss and untimely. X King to think wlll&\the dreadfuland And, though it was President On the other hand, certain House Incumbency, U voice in Red China's polIcy

..- .. l.... As Dr. fully recognizes, demonstrations 'corrosive, consequences Johnson reporting, C a ndldste passsges In a report which Wendell L. Wlllkle and and perhaps exercise a
: :..r. That letter ''''' erA ne e>"aesM r alone will not provideanswers ; would have b en. Johnson was inseparable in was largely a reiteration of Adlal E. Stevenson mo. t recently needed restraint, too? (

"""' statement of his conviction that "In to'the hard problems 'now SO IN EVAULATOJG the the public mind because of the news were ex officio notices discovered. Among the All these questions have overnight
of to Is that public
award It Is well to consider the Imminence of the national presidential policy consequences
,
justice anywhere is a threat to Jus- changed the immed-
facing is diverted I from
Most
the Negro-better schools, election. a waiting world. representative attention
that It was given In Scandinavian iate problems of world
Mice conviction to diplo/
everywbtl.'I; better housing, better jobs. The the Parliament This Is an automatic reaction of this, and there- such sound expositions of
-
Europe by macy. Although
Nl
Z ..: whlch be has given nonviolent ex.pression hi the circumstances.Hence fore most Important, was: great Internal Issues as Sen. kite ousting
watchword, for these times may lie of Norway after careful Khrushchev, the Krem-
.. -:;::> on scores of testing grounds, in this earlier admonition of his: study of numerous nominees.These the Republican National "The nations that do not seek Goldwater's on the 1964 Civil lin has yet to make clear I.
Act at Chicago on DeL
,North and South, and one) which has '"Human never'roUs in Europeans have a view' Committee was attemptingto national nuclear weaponscan Rights whether It Is repudiating' a
.. found substantial of progress on Is clearer overcome a condition with be sure that If they need m.n his .
legal that 11."Our
a measure of Dr. King .Is or policies.
wheels of inevitability; it comes a theory when It demanded our strong support against aim, he said .
has become
w the of than ours, which
.fulflllm.nt.n the
passage through the tireless efforts of men emotions and equal time on the ground some threat of nuclear blackmail neither to establish a segregated In view of the develop.
: : most comprehensive civil rights law willing to be coworkers with God, befogged by The world does.however that Johnson's report was a then they will have It." society nor to establishan scents last week of worldwide
in nation's prejudices. other words If clear Integrated society. It Is to
Ii the history. "political speech. True as In n u Importance, the domestic
and without work
this bard time Itself constant
keep
a eye
contended he added little to weapons are brandished by preserve a free socity (I In dialogue and debates to
: i: Dr. King's insistence on accomplishing becomes an ally'of the forces on us, as we do on It without Its the news of the events already one nation as a means to en- which a foremost right is) the the United States. are sharpened -
look at us not
peoples
of social stagnation.. another associate or not to
.. published. And true It force demands on freedom to up. The question whichpolitical
I: the Negro's march toward sympathy as they watch 163 may be that, as Republican without them, the US. will associate. It Is wrong to erect analysts will have

I: full equality through peaceful means Such leaders as' Dr.: King, working million Americans and' do what tight is Chairman Burch asserted, biterprose Its own on request. legal barriers against either to consider now in making
: I: has now brought him the 1944 Nobel morally legally the cltl- the Democratic National Corn- ASIDE FROM this, perhaps side." their appraisals. .Is whether,
with men of equal dedication in the about making equal
: I. as In the WM
Peace Prize-an award that exalts of M million _campaign_when
: ;: 4 the prize aa much as it does this white community, represent the best other unship Americans.rights the fighting over we sues: '
rbrave insurance that will be BEHIND THE HOOPLA Canal took the headlines, the
: crusader for human under- progress peace- This contradiction in our
of
emergence the latest international
: !I 'standing and brotherhood. CbaracterJ ful and prompt. t great pride In and promise of crisis of global Import .- l',

: 1. American democracy and the Undercurrent of Ugliness will Influence America's
rights of man has made us voters to disregard all else
vulnerable to Communist i
and vote 1
for
or against I
propagandists. Denial of these By RICHARD WILSON of 115,000. As the people's And the current runs the change for or against J
1 Voice: of the People rights has produced enormous Chief.Cewles candidate, President Johnson other way when determinedlittle "changing horses In mid-I
frustrations, and as we saw Wa..lllltDllure.. rubs flesh with the people. groups of Goldwater- stream." f
senaeleesrots.
In the summer, ENROUTE WITH JOHN. Millions of people will have Miller supporters try to unhinge The
In the touched him. clawed him. the rallies for President Republican nominee
SON The big man
; On The Sun's'Opinion Page EUROPEANS undents n d has been contending/ that a
black suit teetering precariously hugged him and felt the graspof Johnson by plyanting
change Is ,
what Is not clear to all Americans before It Is allover necessary for survival
: 0"Wwe ... ........ *f ... ...... ., ........ ta ... V*. d Hw to... ..."... kith namely, that Africa atop the police barricade his palm themselves in the midst of and that timidity and
-..|a.N be .*....L end >*** **. wiyst4Mt.ii. NMS via k* wHMMU H ..*........ A hits ...... have watched Dr. Is t the President of the crowds to try to drown out vlclJl.lIOIIllayt proved risky.
-_ ....... goo W weds AM .. M Mhf 4M4 MM W IM *Wp4fi FMtVf ...... M MM. TWi and Asia United States. He Is standingon ON A RECENT Sundayhis the President's voice with The .
is.i ..... KM ileM Its i..... ..* bww M M riiertm N, WMMM. .k.if... tk. .. ,.'. _.>.. w Martin Luther King and seen the narrow edge of the *. opponent, Barry Goldwater chants of "We Want Barry." Incumbent administration
= ....... In him manifestation of the will argue that this is
trestle like affair little Incidents the
.. foot high > spent a aurburbanlte'sholiday Many on
,
; no Mme for I
some cart I then scanned: 'cally draws the eye away American promise. Had Dr. balancing himself by the tips In his modernistic fringes of crowds mar the personnel. In rebuttal changes m top

: 'Ingenuity' Page 1 and. flashy found the from anything near it which King preached violence Instead of his fingers on the tops of home atop a hill In the rub- campaign even in the sacred: be pointed oat that both, It Britain win
resistance
: of peaceful the !beads of two Secret ServIce ble of the Arizona desert, fiddling precincts of the Mormon Temple
: ''On King StoryEDITOR article M Dr. Martin Luther is not exceptionally large. the result certainly would men while a third supports with his ham radio and grounds to Salt Lake pry and Russia have Just done

Sun: I must admit King It was placed to nt typography/ was also have been a violent anuV him with both hands on the conferring on strategy In the Big showings by either candidate this and that where the to-

: that 1 admire t tilt Ingenuity the right ol and one Inch: below -' interesting' "King Gets American reaction In muchof backside. remaining da;'1 of the camp seem to bring sn aftermath sue at stake .Is survival,
editor. Ho the world. It Is no exaggeration This Is not just for an In- of minor arrests. The firm and resolute behavior Is
: of your layout a huge headline reading: Peace Pri. was in letters iC!.
. hide the article to say that Aliens stant. He perches there for IS shadow of President Kennedy's more likely to deter an encmy -
T Hanaged to on "Burns Says Ne I Million Is exactly the same size as thoM and Africans were fascinatedwith But the unabashed President than floundering amid
: Martin Luther King's winJUing Concealed." The article on of another headline at the hot. the efforts and successes minutes haranglng a crowdat Johnson carried his evertwin' aisaulnatmn h a ngs policies of appeasement and
the Long Beach Cal. Air- over the campaign. Even
Prise
the Nobel Peace
: Burns was Important but Im- tom of the page (a much more of this work- Into Goldwa- so-called "accommodationAMI2ICAI ."
one man campaign ,
. with the sweat doper lies the ugliness of thehatred
-ttth such skill that It was port pouring
less dun
measuarbty so the favorable
In el
position terms Ing within the framework of kr's town that Sunday, rubbed
= down his neck In the blazing and fear which have
to find It
: 4lmost Impossible
awsrdlnf ol the Nobel Peace the page as a whole). 'The his country's promises. Dr. In flesh with thousands Into American enormous
sun. Nothing Is hail way; crept political
given when knew It was
: you Prlxe headline at the bottom of the King became a ')'II'Ibol. As fact the whole campaign Is and visited four churmea, Including life, and this hatred and fear military might can be a de-
jhere The article: on Or. Kings page read: 'Hone Play." It such he was seen In compart- bigger than life using all the the African Mttfedist Is not confined to one political torrent to war but not if the
: There was, admittedly a award was placed Immediately was about a pony In Kansas 'son with other symbols that facilities, of mo moat power Episcopal as If to show Barry party. feeling continues that the
,cryptic heading: "More below the Gainesville, FlorIda which had entered Its owner's arose particularly those In ful public office on earth. who It Is who has an "ut- THERE ARE SOME who United States will passively
: About King from Page 1" seal which states Scl- home. I lest readers God." tolerate
: your Alabama and Mississippi. PRESIDENT JOHNSON ter disregard of Mr. stem to think that two monsters more and more Communist
t ... Page L That wu what ltd tIICt 1CMa_ Medicine, to draw their own eondustaa. These symbols were opposing campaigns as if be were the Johnson also got swatted on are running against each taflltratioo through.
.. ..Jess to turn back to Page 1 and shows a picture of the MARY H. WEBB legal and constitutionaldecisions. 1 fighting under dog. a sort of the bead by a GoWwater Miller other for President of 't. I eat the world. Policies of wiggle .
wJtlchl had already! read with state of Florida. It automati (See PEOPLE on Page I) Wendell Winkle with a Texas sign which he fended off United States. Senator Gold- and wobble on the dlpI .

I 2. The nation has much to do. accent: hoarsely imploring everybody without harm. And In the water's remarks about Johnson malic front brought big wan
:: ; t POTOMAC: 'FEVER The South u a part of that. to kelp me help me background there was a Secret have own derisory and ta 1114 and in: and use

I: f nation has a long way to go. make this nation great and Service man with an automatic contemptuous to a degree usually and each tilDe military part
It is the region with the greatest free. The Irreverent call him repeating rifle. left to some lesser figure dpatieaj by the United States
I'j i Br lACE WILSON Ceylon Washington Bum growth ......1IaI. Its future "Big Daddy.- and tt does hawk-eyed for the slightestmove In a presidential cam was considered unlikely. The
I :::t Th. RR"n handle their elections M ?k . rode
f.toMd-C\lck. aloe with the peat sad by unreasonable the/ whole flack of us, all INmilttaa. er. age of Coldwater, en site ether will today empbaataje the
.,.t.. tear ol things wttbss bis hwtog eras TttUtE IS A shocking undercurrent band Is ef a medusas ef America as ready to fight
.r. n. ..... !'*?* of the "*-Prtr system h that yes ;only; stead one campaign, 'The "Nobel Prtae reminds us to cherish and protect as burn at this campaign. ("" your guts you lacy, and wIIIdt .... despite ,,
JSpoiMt, "Out of the way with Mr. K." that the sooner mere Southem all bam.WithBig. GoUwater sees tt to the looks he's nuts.-) Toe snack Is being mach talk ., ta horrors efwar.

communities ge Is work et ecId1" tilt future ef hatred and fear on the said too .... K theconflicts will> ..vface our advtr.erics .
T The Chinese TVT Anally set off-thdr nuclear explosion. knew about It when the fairly simple p roblean of is safe and secure Californians faces of some who go to his b American life areas that they must sot efeeoent
..ear sensitive Instruments detected fortune cookies in the fallout bursas( beings getting along were told mat If rallies at the East. They great as th<>. campaign Aoaerlca's willingness

; with dignity sad equality before they could enly awrvtve uettt look GoUwater thinks, as if would make them we will to take whatever risks mey
f t'Melwttoraays wii only need "a snlnlsauai ef govensaesir. _gh t. the law the sooner cur the year Ml they would enjoy they wish to rend bun bob nerd to examine ouneivts be accessary to assure saattaL >
fa.arrsts l war, beadle the sale of TV.\, a4 pa, lathe Ceatnl Arizona Project. potential will be realised. average annual Incomes from ilm chatty when it to all ever. .

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! ( from Page 4:I ion, in fact, as a group of the bad taste and bad church- compared him to the Cincinnati Whit Seal Blind;

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:: Turlington O participants In a vast conspiracy priests of our church In St first hearing of the new proc List.* Boot Rum J.
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to "overthrow" or "sub- Louis, according to the press, ess of the use of air to make SOUTHERNCOMFORT
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precious bit of "Ameri their personal views againstone iron made in the old way or ST. KY. IOURI. *#* GLENMORE r-'j
EDITOR, Sun: After read- canism" which these beleaguered of the two candidatesnow not at all." An of our life we I YMr OM lurk. .e *.
;
Ing your report concerningthe ones Imagine t bey are running for election as have supported men who CALVERT EXTRA 90 GIN LIQUEUR l .at
Turlington Horne debate, protecting. Truly, patriotismhas President of the United were for something; who
,, there is one paragraph that become the first Insteadof States. This is a violation of wanted to find better ways : $ $'99 '
disturbs me. Quote, from Tur the last refuge of scoun- the separation of church and of doing things, like ridingin I 3 5thl 1095CASt 5TH $499 5TH

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f ter: "He Is for turning back For years we have abusedour in government It Is away with oxcarts, and

I the clock," Turlington said. political figures, and we a violation of loyalty and men like Goldwater scare '
"Mr. Goldwater has no recordof let every village Idiot, or his good faith to the congrega- ns. We've come too far, goIng SAVE THE UNITEDWAY
j concern for the welfare of modern counterpart, revileand tions who paid expenses for back to yesterday is not
people of our country. He vilify public officials with- these men to represent themat for us.
seems to want to return to a out requiring even the shadowof the notional convocation of
For these and
4 period of private charity and responsible criticism or obJectlve the church. That It also is a reasons FULL QUART SPECIALS
I consideration. But many more we hope the country Glenmore Ronrico UNITED'SKENTUCKY
family responsibilities. J violation of Christian principles Rum Colvert
I What in the world does Mr. much more serious than the and the American sense repudiates Goldwater by St. Ky, Bourbon tees. .. Extra
such a large vote we will not I s I
Turlington want Does he abuse of freedom by moronsis of fair play may be considered 4.49n.nt1uN0 '
be bothered with him again
4J9' !
want all family responsibility the pathological, the paranoid by many to be true. ,
four years from now. SUNNY BROOK
aspect of this campaignby STRAIGHT BOURBONS
to be taken over by the We deplore and repudiate
government? That Is what the the far right to use"books" such action as these priests W. M. HENDERSON M OURION Kentucky S Years Old

above statement would Indicate such as Haley's to and bishops are said to have Rote Tavern
,Iwl WE MIDI OURSELVES
? crudely Influence the gullible. taken at St Louis this week. Kentucky r-5?? e Ywe.re, IN CONSISTENT PERFECTION.
MRS. THOMAS A. SNOW These various manifestations S. YANCEY BELKNAP To Share 1 54.69Qant $4.99Q'rt
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be well worth recalling
on the unfortunate and ven- able that these peaple seek 'A Texan'EDITOR may
what she stood for In music
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education and what she did Ezra Brooks :
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Lyndon," was restrained I are all quite similar? en and Keller want to know REAL SIPPIN' WHISKEY IMPORTED ENGLISH GIN FILTERED
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normal mature people. Certainly publish, but it wool d greatly Consider: the P. K. Yonge Laboratory
, your editorial was reasonable reduce the amount of ma- Haley accuses Johnson of School we soon discoveredthat

\ and should require no terial you would have avail- buying a Washington horn she was deeply dedicated FlftisclwMrin
defense. able for publication. ind agreeing to a restrictive to certain goals / HAIG & HAIG IMPERIAL

. Yet last night's paper (October JOHN E.! SLAUGHTELiberals' !n' covenant baring resale to Ne- The school: had the tasks of 90 Proof DRY GIN PINCH BOTTLE BLEND

, 5)) contains two unhappy groes. Fact: Paragraph I of helping to educate Its pupils, Gucken4; s Imp. SCOTCH BOOTH'SHIGH
letters which were basically the Johnson contract affirmed assist in education of teachers '
.I, effusions of irrationality, Ignorance by affidavit and registered and help promote better heimer r JOHNNIEWALKER Or DRY

and aimless preJu- Aren't ExposedEDITOR with the Registrarof schools in the state. Out of our BLEND GIN
dice. Neither letter shows any Deeds reads: "The buyer ene s
past experience we were anxious MilL
of considered judg- does not to be bound
quality agree FLEISCHMANN'SPREFERRED
Sun: As an observer to have a director who
ment nor does either show of your column "VoiceOf by any covenant which by Its would strive to direct tH children FARM'I RED LABEL 'W'

any evidence of the existenceof The People," would terms or In its application: restricts to sing, and get them to BLEND
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to '
property occupiedby :
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the crude malice that Hal- sold demised transfer $ 95 $ 95
that they acquire tastes for
many hypothesis critical of 3 8 3 9
displays. ed, unto, In trust Slhs J 5tha
ey the conservatives while the conveyed or quality music; that the more RARE "-
letters to for, leased, rented or CAM 15.73
Both seem express extreme liberalist, the egotistical given promising children be directedto
blind prejudice and to give element of society are to anyone because of any others who could give them
vent to ugly feelings, quite such person's race color or specialized music education.We .
not exposed for their
possibly born of frustrationsand the current editions conceptson of publications creed' and says the buyer wanted every child that You always SAVE MORE at. .
understanding of does not consider such
a faulty "None Dare Call It restriction attended that school to sing,
t life which, sadly enough, may Treason" by John A. Stormer legally enforcable. to sing there and forever afterward

, have no real connection with and "A Texan Looks AtLyndon" Haley's sorriest accusation ; and every child to SERVING GAINESVILLE FOR 25 YEARS *;
the book which has evoked against the President la found become able to play at least [ i
Everette Haley
by J. w
l these responses which are so near the end of the book. He one musical instrument
It Is Interesting to note,
r emotional in character. says Johnson forced a piloton
In a recent issue of t h e"Reporter" an Indefinite period of time, Feb. 17, 1981 to fly to Johnson We wanted the school to
thousands of dollars to expose this to an the
Miss carry gospel
magazine. U
City after the Austin tower -
i Meg Greenfield takes apart the authoritative facts warned against !it The schools in the state and this d
NITEDllOUORSHENRY'S
under lying the insubordI- done SaW
. this malicious and worthless flyer was lost. Haley says was largely by our
nate forces maligning the two As her
book. Without any question, the President kept the plane'a urday visiting days.
the author Is a malevolent party system of American loss secret from the 17th to colleague I can testify that
government until constructive she unstinted loyalty to
creature, and his book Is ob- the 19th. Fact: The plane gave
viously the product of a moral anology has been distortedinto took off the 19th and these alms and It was a great
an evil method of interpretation was reported pleasure to drop Into that old
I. scavenger.The and reprisal missing the night ef music room on the third floor .
association of the au- the 19th by AP. It was found
While the Communist vendetta and hear the music.It LIQUORSNOW
evil
thor with known causes the next morning. No warn
and groups, and his willing is constantly eradicatingour ing to the pilot was found to Is the writer's hope that
of freedom for
pursuit of these causes Is certainly system exist all who can and all who believe
reason to suspect any- majority and minority group Poor Haley! His research that all human being. AT 2 LOCATIONS IN GAINESVILLE
by pitting both on the .
that he does and to groups
thing comes to nothing but an un- should share In the expert
doubt anything that he writes. International scope involvingthe pleasant yarn. Owen and ences of good and great music -
His purposeful association American form of gov- Keller are free to check these will support generously WALDO ROAD NORTH MAIN
erment, who will aid us If
with hate-groups gives every the
public sources for themselves.KIT program for a great music -
to cast doubts on and our Judicial and administrative
reason BERGH scholarship fund. Our memories
to discredit his motives, his branches of government of her and her work
purpose, and his honesty in remain parallel In sustainingthe are rich for all who knew at M.E. 8th AYE. at 1 lOlh AYE.
writing this 'book'. The only destructive compromisersof Urges Large her
possible conclusion hat can atheistic Communists? By
be formed Is that the book Is objectively exposing these 'No' for Barry A. R, HEADFirst ACROSS FROMCITIZENS ACROSS FROM

a purposeful and malignant forces for what they are Involving Director of FIELD GoineBvillt Shopping Center

distortion intended to damageand their goals, }It Is possible EDITOR Sun: Senator .I
_n_ _blacken.__0__" _Mr.n_ John ion_ 10 eliminate" ineir aim Barry Goldwater recent attack
without regard for truth or by returning to the sound on President Lyndon Wanted BEER SPECIALS IMPORTED 7 STAR

humanity.Most principles and policies/ of the Johnson reminds M of a bad : CAM 24.lt o=. CRAIG'SCANADIAN

people possess normal American form of govern- little boy with a loud voice FRENCH '
mature Judgement and understanding ment by practice rather than who Is safely\ to his own Third PartyEDITOR LOWENIRAU. 9.95 1

and they avoid excesses by Internationalism vs. communism yard behind a stout fence
and vulgarity of t h I I. thus vlctlmU I n g trying to annoy another little Sun: Now that 010 IXPOtT-24 M.M OMfH BRANDY WHISKEY

type. There is something unsavory America's freedom by Infiltration boy on the outside, who seeks the Democrats and Republicans LAGER LEER 4.29
and repellent In these of the various branch to !Ignore him. who for yean wrote CHARME .i
abusive writing, and normal es. Let us pray America's "Yah Yah. you're soft on Identical platforms have become Imported .
people avoid them as they defense was not wasted In communism" he shouts at respectively Liberalsand CM*-24-11 OZ. 3 5 t h.

would an open sewer. However manpower heedlessly even President Johnson. "Oar Conservatives, extremist MILLERS 4.99 B
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increase strength
candidate by the time the
people are manifesting neu- Mother FailedEDITOR by discontinuing the draft next Presidential election NORTH MAIN
WATCH FOR THE GRAND OPENING
rotic, or pathological symptoms reducing taxes, but spending. .
cornea along who Isnl mad!
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turbance.To Sun: What a nice more money on aircraft missiles at anyone. I could vote for OF OUR NEW COCKTAIL LOUNGE 10th AVI.

welcome and enjoy ma- editorial concerning Barry and atomic weapons. him. Ready, I'm not mad
levolence such as his 'book Goldwater and the psychiatrists One day he la for abolishing enough at anyone to feel IMPORTED Riccadonna
the next Imported
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to discharge: hid des furious say everybody crazy, la for selling the steam-fener-which Is much better than either COGNAC Italian PARK&TILFORD

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personality defects h> about thee. who use T.VX power, REID WHITE-PINK-RID OTARD Vermouth

ability to Judge or think clearly A much nastier assassination while he urges the establishment lie IIItoIII CLUB DELUXE
!his state. of a faculty
a lack of any clear moral was the attack: oa the In I $139D: BLEND
sense, and very probably, a Senator and his mother because similar to T.V.A. for Deal Is Off I 99.5lk $539
served In the Senate'
paranoid view of the world. she raised him u a He
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writings or"character assassination Christian. The author didnt legislation Is connected Alice ........ wee deals. a*.
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tragically, a read seas to any age. I have little hrtertat as the tweb M to worth. MARTINI Guo GERMAN OLD
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to prosaic- facts. to maklef tt man et whether JUplUd dM cafler "Wefl, I
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Godfrey Amachree, distinguished embrace the problems of the Amachrea was appointed to
:1 -' Afrlgan statesman and newly emergent nations of the the UN as one of Secretary U 'r
4 average college freshman make numerous decisions ranging -ties, to broaden his perspective "We look at a person who Service aids "not only those diplomat will speak here Thurs- world his special Interest is the Thant's principal advisors In
day at 8:IS at the Universityof sub-Sahara countries in his na- 1961 and In 1963 he was appointed ,
is totally unprepared for from how late to stay up at so that be can discriminate comei to us as possessing who'have a problem today but Florida Auditorium tive Africa. to his present position.
:the college situation" Tom night to what profession to devote wisely among the many experiences unique strength," he said. "A also those seeking a direction The talk is sponsored by the
i;Martin associate psychology at the rest of his life to., open to him." mature Individual our society tomorrow," be said. The former Nigerian Ministerof The unsociable rhinoceros Florida Union Forums Commit-
the U of F told the KIwanis is one who makes wise and Intelligent Justice and Solicitor General prefers tee.
"This is where the University Martin pointed out that seek ii now Under Secretary of to live alone; At m a t1 D I
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l yesterday. Counseling Service comes in," ing counseling or visiting f a'headshrlnker" his environment that he Demolition rivals construction the United National Department time a bull must travel long die
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jrfio suddenly! must evaluate his assets and liabili people today. .,r _j The University Counseling buildings were torn down. 1,7001=White_his..IN_responsibilities.I I not she=rejects him.._ -- .the Top, f.the Nation t ; '

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I': TV Heroes Always Safe So How Hold Up Suspense? I Hawaii Leads I -

By CYNTHIA LOWRY mit the- deed and, In fact We know better. The kidnaper Recommended tonight: "CBS I Issued HONOLULU the (Hawaiian AP) Figure IfifiCTT MADISON-TOUCHTOli I I I I 1
by Sugar
IP TeltvUion-IUdto Writer ,caught a glimpse of a one- thoughtfully dropped him of Reports," 7301.30: EDT al I Planters' Association has the
armed whom he the road Just before they I LIUULI I emU
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NEW YORK (AP) One of man suspects tudy of the New York State JOtn state well ahead of every DRUG I STORES I
of the crime. drove blithely Into a police trap
the minor miracles of a television Senate campaign by incumbent other in sugar production.The .
series Is that adventure En route to prison and execu Even It one suspects the ultimate Kenneth Keating and Robert F. average yields of cane 1028 N. MAIN GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER -
stories are able to build any tion he escaped in a convenient outcome of each episode.It Kennedy "Beau James," NBC, or beet sugar per acre are: Hawaii -I '
suspense at all. train wreck.;But he Is relentlessly still makes rather stimulating. ; S3M tons; Louisiana,: MeCOLLUM. 1124 W. UNIVERSITY & 1324 E. UNIVERSITY
911Bob in 1157 film
lieutenant Hope a 28.M tons; Florida. 31.71 tons;
pursued by a police viewing.
Will Marshal Dillon draw biography of the late mayor of 'I GRESHAM, 12 W. UNIVERSITY13TH
An this background is Puerto Rico M 40 .tons; beetareas :
faster than the bad man! "That Was the Week That
each Tuesday before New York Jimmy Walker. 1833 tons. I:1
There's no ,doubt about It if explained Was" has been pre-empted so --- PHARMACY, 1522 N. W. 13TH STLlCGITT.
the audience Is set for Dr. JtIm.ble' i
there is to be another snow next often by paid political programsthis
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week.1 Win Amos Burke solve weekly narrow escape. season that It has only managed 1
from SPARE RIBS
the murder? He'd better If he capture. to present one show. .It t AO<
expects the audience to return. Tuesday night's episode was was skipped again Tuesday I 3 to 5 Rib Cuts MtJ
typical Working as a gardener
night by NBC. The reason was
David 3anssen,
an able and
Kimble is mistaken for the head .
half hour memorial
personable young actor, has of the house and kidnaped for the special BRISKET STEWTenderJuicy *
for the late Herbert i
been playing the pert of an program 4Oyu
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ransom by a paraplegic. < JhlVBARTON'S I /
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escaped convict for more than a Police brought into the case
year in an ABC series, "The learn his true identity-and fora CBS' special tribute to the
New Store
Fugitive. time tt looks as If his goose Is former president came in the I
As Dr. Richard KImble, he ,cooked no matter what spot usually occupied by "World 2ft Miles South af Newberry ...'Slate Hwr. 41.'.
was convicted of the murder of Will the kidnaper or his Ilappen'l War One," and was followed by OPIN 6 A.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY r
his wife a miscarriage of Kimble? Will the la paid political broadcast In end ALL DAY.SUNDAY . ,
Justice because be did not com hires along with the !place of "Petticoat Junction." I '

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J t Y of Branford, has arrived f 0 -

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DelinquentBoys' Pvt. Earl Maxwell, whose I.signed to the Military Air I Herman H. Hellriegel of 1212 Medium Helicopter Squadron Sergeant Bailey previous I I rp-J
wife, Grade, and parents Mr. rransport Service's (MATS) SW First Ave., recently parti- 261, Marine Aircraft Group 26, served at Hickam AFB, Ha
Home and Mrs. Claude Maxwell, live Travis AFB, Calif, for training cipated in a thro: day exercise Marine Corps Air Facility Jack-
it 1220 SE Fourth Ave., recently I and duty as a statistical aboard the amphibious assault sonville, N. C waii.The ,
I' completed advanced haloing 4 data specialist ship I'SS Guadalcanal, opera- sergeants wife the for-
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The as a cannoneer at the Army A 1963 graduate of Bradford ting out of Norfolk, Va. Master Sergeant Calvla J. Bai- mer Molly Joan Burke, la from
Florida Cabinet took the first Artillery and Missile Center I County High School In Starke He Is serving with Marine Icy son of Mrs. Ida M. Bailey|,the West lndes.Zale's .
step today to establish a third Fort Sill, Okla. i she attended the University of
Institution for delinquent boys... Maxwell was trained .as a I Florida.
member of artillery' gun or,how- -' JVaketo lJIusic" Special !
With training schools already
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crews. Army Pvt Gary W. Swilley\ \ I II
located
at Marianna and Okee- The 21-year-old soldier enter- '
17. son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnB.
chobee, the Cabinet authorized ed the Army last May. .Swilley of Gulf Hammock, WESTINGHOUSE CLOCK RADIOHigh
He attended Lincoln:,
d a site study In central Florida, School. High- :W as recently assigned to the ,
b Including the Tampa Bay area bid Training Br"adl.t Fort It '"

Arthur Dozier' director of the Airman Carolya-/'. Moedy of Knox, Ky.Swilley,., mechanic In Com- I
Institutions a ON ALL BRANDSFIVE
for wayward boys, Keystone Heights, a member of Ito
C of the brigade's
I pany
said that there are.270 boys Women ,
toe In the Air For e e Battalion, basic
waiting to be admitted to the I Chat completed Air Force basic completed I
Fort Gordon Ga.
training at -
training schools but that thereto
military training" at .Lackland -
He attended Academy
no room for them. AFB, Tex. She'Is the daughterof Berry i FLAGSVODKA
Mr. and Mrs.'Chester E.
f The best answer would be'third a Moody of Keystoae Heights Marine Captain Job A. Hollrtegel -
institution arid It would
best serve the state In.central Airman Moody Is being as- I son of_Mr. and Mrs.i ? 59 .=

Florida or the Tampa Baf area, -- I 80
Dozier .told the Cabinet. *,- I proofPLANNING *

He was authorized to check -
with counties: to determine -11011 leY I
which would provide a site forM A PARTY?
institution so that a recommendation .
could be made to"the ,
' 1965 Legislature." 'Just tell us how much .c.r u cw. 14
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bills, for home Im rq.m I. w r"provemeets clock radio with an easytoread onl1l
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J' 1963 Legislature over the location I seasonal Phone for a> ,. 33(00 2000 0000 3439 net. Alarm wakes you to music automatically at '
prompt
: Center of for a new mentally Sunbmd deficient.Training' \..:courteous service' f irMittt scrod..ro.A.Mmnr.l, \. the exact time you indicate. Precisionetchedchassis $1588

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able to pick the location. It I rectifier. I we have what It takes
simply said the Instltlon shouldbe llallDl
In west Florida. The center ; HAIG & HAIG
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Marianna. I FINANCISHVICI, INC. ::- its 5 STAR ==
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'F lif t' for South Arthur Lee Campbell "7" Campbell's plans call for a block-long marquee new paint Jobs, awnings I
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Florida Utilities Episcopal ., First Alarm A Hot Foot

Report I _ ._. _. _. LuL'''' '' I
II / SEE by NEW YORK (AP) ins 01, ringing church u e ii s >o i
Fight Erupts
worldi first alarm clock was "matins" at dawn. The soundof
1 a candle that alarmed the the bell signaled the start of
Making Too Much MoneyMIAMI On RightsST. sleeper by giving him a hot the day for community. Sometimes
I the SUN foot, according to researchers at however, the monk who I
LOUIS Mo. (AP) An .e the Bulova Watch Company. It was to ring the bell for matins
(AP)) -.Two Florida Light received an f 28 per cent showed I capital structure that influential wing of the Episcopal was probably invented in a me- overslept and sosomebody
electric and telephone compa- return in 1963. He said this was was "palpably unrealistic, Imprudent Church: today accused Hs general dieval monastery by a monk thought of arranging a candia
jiles earned $22i million more about 2 per cent above average,, and uneconomical." convention of undermining POLICE, FIRE REPORT: itrum, David Reilly, Clifford who was a practical Joker. to wake him up at the desired
than necessary In the last five and based on these figures, customers Hirsch said Southern Bell's the "hundreds of courageous Accident Roundup I olley, Robert Crosby, Mrs. Medieval monks had the Job time with a hot foot. I I
years, a rate analyUt said Tues were entitled to a rate rate of return, due to its com- priests" who have fought for Involved In accidents: reported :Sandra Boric, all of Gainesville; I
\ reduction this year between $.. plex ownership, was difficult to equal Negro rights by the Gainesville Police Dec :Mr. Dorothy Belle, LaCrosse;
,I day.He said rates should million and $33 million determine. He suggested that a The sharp reaction was voiced partment and the Alachua ;SIdney Martin, Newberry; Barbara .
be lower. consumer Southern Bell customers, he fair rate 'would be I per-cent a by the American Church News, County Sheriff's Office during Brarmin, Cross City; Wesley 1J 10.200 1
I said, should get a reduction of year. oDowing rejection by the the past 24 hours were Lewis Alachua. 501 d 9 \
I ,Arnold H. Hirsch, a rate expert -$24 million for the current year.1 1Offlcla" He said the average rate of hurch's governing body of a J. T. Gill, LaCrosse (singlecar DISCHARGED
hired by the city of.Miami, of the utilities .declined return to Southern Bell's Florida
proposed move to condone nonviolent ), at 4:51: a.m. today In the Mrs. Barbara Bell, Otl II DIETSCpMET
issued to
M report city
RICE
a page Immediate from 1959 through
comment operations
civil disobedience "for 500 block of NW 39th Ave. Smith, Mrs. Carol Lewis an cI I
said Flor-
which
I commissioners pending examination of the re 1963 varied from a low of 197
reasons of conscience" L. C. Pittman, 117 NW 15th baby girl, Mrs. Deanna KnIchtand
ida utilities were getting more per cent to a high of 7 J2 percent I Ave. and E. Roersl51! I
church, Rodney
than a "fair return" on their Investments -port.Hirsch Lay representatives baby girl, Mrs Mary Bailey '
said total
said FP&L services 520 He excess revenues
Sunland Circle, at 3:53
down the :
.beat measure flies- p.m. Clarence White, DonaldKenney
communities in Florida. Last amounted to $13.7 million. day, overriding the clergy. Tuesday at NW 15th Ave. and Mattie Mobley, Clar.
Hirsch said Florida Power and year he said the company had Hirsch said he didn't think the
I Terming the result an "outre- 7th St. ence Keller, Jean Waters, Earl ,
I; Light Company and Southern M9.4M customers In Dade County -public Utilities commission: was J. Stadelman, 45411.*
ecus usurpation by the laity of Harry Webb,Phyllis McCoy, and baby
and. COMET, the Modern Klc. Is both Vttafied end
Bell Telephone Telegraph alone who paid $M8 million Only
doing a Job In the beat publicInterest. ,the teaching function of the 13th St. and Dorothy L Mayer, boy, Ruby HutchJns, Joins PrId- That ',
behind "fa- health while dieting. maybe
: I Enriched to protect
operate for service. your
company He suggested the gov- 08-11 at 254 ,
church, the American Church Gerry Village goon, Dennis Truluck Mr hundreds of doctor heve re-
|I cads of regulatory supervision ; Southern Bell operates In eight ernor be given the power to appoint block one of the reasons
Tuesday In the 100 Smith and ,
News declared Judy baby I
: p.m. boy of the COMET RICE 010'for
Rates of both utilities are set bythe quilted thousands of copies
states besides Florida. Hirsch a board of review to watchdog '
I "By this action the church of W. University Ave. Mrs. Alice C ham b 11 D andbaby
state public.utilities commitW said Florida rates were compared the commission. further Darlene W. Terrell, 303 SE boy, Mrs. Berth thtpIII.nlL
seems to repudiate the I
/ I Ii More then 90S of those who reported that they followedthe
with the other states and The city commission took no hundreds of courageous priests 38th St. and a parked car, at 1 Jennings, Mrs. Norma Grier, COMET RICE DIET faithfully, state that th., lost a
i Hirsch said Florida Power and a review of company books immediate action on the report.Menthi of her own ranks who have p.m. Tueday in the 900 blockof and baby boy, Mrs. Ruth Dun.. pound a day, yet never were hungry. Weight reductions
Joined In the most significant N. Main St. can and baby boy Pearl Rx range from a few pounds to more than one hundred I
social revolution of our time.", Farlnda E. Bates, Waldo and ear, Peggy Shady and Jun pounds, according to some liter*. Of court*, lOIN did
Health The publication, organ of 1I edenomination' Laverne. Finder, 711 NW Ith 'erklns. not like the Diet. COMET makes no J
ImprovesWith high church or Ave. at 12:05 p.m. Tuesday at claim no ......nt.... See your doctor
I' Anglo- Catholic wing the Amer- a parking lot in the unit blockof VOTE before dletlnej.If .. :
Ican Church Union was circulated NW (th St. you would like to try the COMET
; United Fund Dollars today among the church Howard R. Ealy, 1109 NE 16th HAYDONBURNS RICE DIET to see If you can tot weight
1 representatives here from Ave and George H. Turner, 211 without being hungry, send a COMET
.' cross the country NW 18th St., at 11 a.m. Tuesday RICE Sox Top and your name and
By, ANN CARTER ration of an employment and "Operation Uplift," and the The proposed resolution I sauonmg In the 100 block of E. University address to:
Alachua County Mental Health welcoming service for patients vision of professional m a pro.l civu disobedience, In' Ave COMET RICE BOX 544 DALLAS, TEXAS
i Association last year received I discharged from hospitals i nInes and books In the special extraordinary cases Fire Calla .... '/hJLlJ JL'L _lAJe.
I'i about 15,400 from the United 1 said that when customs or laws At 5:35: p.m. Tuesday, a .... V MW
t 'Fund; a larger sum will be requested -I ---I vIolate human dignity, Chris. I smoking heater at 414 SE 12th ALL-FLORIDA
I this year, according to New RaH Strike Threat fans should "obey Cod 'rather 'Ter.GENERAL COMETRICENow..fora
Mrs. Esther Lane, secretary, than. men." HOSPITAL GOVERNOR ,
since a new' WASHINGTON (AP) Thenation's 'cent of the U.S. railroad Industry Octobers, 1904 M. A*.
psychiatric unit -- fourth major threat of a and 11 nonoperating unions Times ChangetNEW I BIRTHS 'j
at Alacbua railroad 'strike In six months seemed inclined1 to accept them. VIRGINIA, Iowa AP Mr. and Mrs John W, Price,
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General Hospital 308 NE 5th Ave., a boy; Mr.
hung In the balance today while More than 400,000 workers are Mrs, Jean Felton of New Virginia .
will take negotiators considered a three- affected. and Mrs. Clifford Belle, LaCrosse
services from says times do change, In Mr. and Mrs.
a girl
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raise of 27 cents '
year pay an There was no immediate for .
the association. many ways.Recently Carlos Burgos, 521 NE: 7th St
hour recommended by a presl ma! comment from either side she had a dental appointment :
Mr. and Mrs. John
United fund monies help'pay dentlal emergency board. They have 30 days to accept the in not-too-far a girl;
away Gelderd, O'Nell's Trailer Park limited time only! ,
for maintenance of a Gainesville general Information Preliminary reaction to the recommendations, or launch Del Moines for her daughter a girl; Mr. and Mrs. David
office In recommendations Indicated that another
nationwide
strike
scare. Cynthia 2414 E. Univ. Aw., a
Including: rent, secretarial: and. negotiators representing 90 per President Johnson, in creating Mrs. Felton left home at 1.45jn : Jacobean boy. "
telephone answering services.The the board Au,. II, warned the > daylight time to pick up ADMITTED
association distributes I Like Mosquito dispute "threatens substantial Cynthia at school In nearby Truro Mrs Sara May Burgos, Eugene /
pamphlets, and provides an ly" to disrupt the nation's transportation at 1 pm. standard time and Kitchens, Mrs. v Lorr
Encyclopedia of Mental Health In Nudist Camp system. arrived In Des Moines at tim Jacobsen: Mrs. Susan Gelderd. Tasteflavor" I
1 for the public library here. In The board with many acid for the appointment, at 115: Lydia Manning, John Scott Karen -
addition, as part of their education TORONTO (AP) "I feel comments about the "cumber.some" p.m. dsylight time. McCray, Margot Soder-
association
the
I program like a mosquito In a nudist colony state of railroad labor .
health fair
mental
sponsors a negotiations, also '
recommended
says Walter Koerber, director C.MAY "" -
\ :and an essay contest. of the new youth branchof fringe benefits and measures to
Each year the assoclatl o n the Ontario department of protect Jobs In an Industry that tncI C MAY
'gives I Chrlatmas' party In iducatlon. has seen drastic employment .
I Macclenny and Chattahooche; Koerber, has spent the lest ;cuts In recent years. I.I H.om.nUng{
last Christmas, $100 worth, of i six months surveying all agencies The report of the board headed Tile.......*...Me LohAss.
9eIetr its
distributed I by former
presents were organizations' and services Philadelphia Mayor Ohs liaised paw .
among the patients. Four to six related to youth in Ontario. He Richardson Dilworth, was .Of., .... New,.... t
other socials are arranged will submit specific proposals released by the White House N. T.
r, I throughout the year, Mrs Lane based on his findings to the department shortly after being handed to rheas.. Fft 2-3S74 ,
1 ( laid I of education. Johnson Tuesday'

1 In these two hospitals, patients "This Is a massive field," he .
from Alachua County said. "We want to know what
I I; number about 171 youth thinks, what education he 1 W. H. TOWNSEND & SONS
has, what his problems are and
Much of the association's
work Is done In cooperation what his future might be" RETAIL ,& WHOLESALE MEATS
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when his total picturela
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mental like '
other agencies
with
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sense of direction, heIIleI. -
I equipment these organiiatlons arepresentedto for projects It will ensure, for example: U.S.D.A. Graded PORK & POULTRY
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rjohnson( I Goldwater Notes Hoover 'Free of Scandal' I I I



Aims AtMidwest PHILADELPHIA (AP-Sea Soviet Premier Khrushchev the through Ambassador Dobrynln In his prepared speech Cold-1 I But a number of people In the t

i Barry Goldwater began quick(United States faces a tougher that it plans no change in basic water said Johnson concept of audience added, "and Walter
, campaign trip Into the Philadelphia Communist bloc which Is likely foreign policy." the presidency "means surrounding Jenkins.*'

area today with a tributeto I to behave more like the belligerent Some 300 to 400 cheering per himself with compan-I Nowhere In his text did Cold-
the late President Herbert Red Chinese and tht late sons turned out for what originally ions like Bobby Baker Billie SolE water mention Jenkins, a Johnson -
Hoover as "one of the most respected Soviet, dictator Josef Stalin. had been scheduled: as a tes, Malt McCloskey and aide who was asked to resign
.- .. men in Am.rlca-who He demanded the United I relatively quiet, private meeting other interesting men." I'' last week after it became

WASHINGTON (AP)) -Pres never had a whisper of scandal States take a tougher line In Its I for campaign workers and In delivering II, he wound up :public knowledge that he had
I dent Johnson beaded into the! anywhere about him." (foreign policy and he attackedthe turned into a public pep rally. with "and Matt McCUkey.;' been arrested twice on morals

Midwest today en n a tliree-tta&e The comment came In a brief Johnson administration for Goldwater remained on the leaving out the last..!four words I charges, .. __ _
what he called."the insane
policy
several hundred 0 0' 0
campaign 'swing' that calla: for speech to, peat topic of foreign policy In his
three sans PhlUelphia Interoatlonal of strengthening an enemy speech later at a
political speeches, three
Airport before leaving on who has vowed to bury us" dinner' at nearby .1QO.aOPlat',1,
motorcades and a'
visit To former
President a motorcade to nearby. West The Soviet Union may have More than 1,000
'Harry S. Troman. > Like TheAmerican
Chester. had a hand in developing the dinner and several hundred I
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i Goldwater announced on the nuclear device exploded last more stood at the rear of the
I He took off from Washington plane from Washington that be week by the Chinese Reds, armory. I
at 10:24 a.m: EDT, with his Goldwater said. I I
would attend funeral
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private bit
' first stop scheduled at the Ak for He said he strongly disagreedwith The senator again and
services Thursday afternoon
again at the administration's i Way
ron-Canton Ohio, Airport. President Jonnwn'i Interpretation -
In New York.
the late president Foreign policy, declaring: that
Johnson had planned! a. speec He postponed until next week of the Khrushchev "even the Central Intelligence
in Akron for and late overthrow. I
today acbed. .
campaign appearances Agency reports that our prestige
Tuesday night added speeches uled In Cheyenne, Wyo., anUs "I don't agree that there 'will has dipped below the peril I I
In East St Louis IU., St. Louie! Vegas, Nev., and win fly be any continuation of the Khrushchev ,point" l I' Of Doing Things!
Mo., and a visit to Truman In. direct from New York to San lIne" he said. "I believe '
a hospital in Kansas City. Francisco Thursday night it will be a tougher lint laid
I Johnson told newsmen a few The Republican presidential down by the men who get along 1 JUST QUALITY MIATS I RESPECTINGyour
CAP Wlraftw I* lee MHlt with the Red Chine Commit-
weeks ago be wanted to drop 10 nominee Hid, "Yesterday we fellowAmericansNot
on Truman one afternoon, but Husband Looks OnMrs. lost a remarkable American. A nlsti. LEAN MUTT PORK )
that was before the former man who took all the abuse he Goldwater added: "This Ia ( trying to smear th.mll)

president suffered two fracturedribs could take abuse that warn' /going back to something more,I STEAK LI 59c I ,
and cuts In a fall. Harry Goldwater stands In front of a huge his." like the Stalin days. HELPING LESS FORTUNATEwith

The President had planned I togo I photograph of her husband in a position that makes He said that Hoover was pres Johnson, In his television PORK programs for the poor and
to St. Louis later In the week.I it appear the GOP presidential candidate is peeking wcrld
(dent In time "when the
a ,speech to the nation Sunday I helpless.
over his wife'a shoulder. Mrs. Goldwater poaed for ROAST 49c
White said he had .
The ,
House LI
went Into a depreulon"lhat h night, noted that "the men at
( Not back than!)
the picture during her visit Tuesday at the headquarters I truning your on
lis schedule to
revised
pay off.
head
Russia
could not the top (In ) today are
of New Yorkers for Goldwater and Millerin
respects to former President I New York.City Shifting to an attack on the the men be (Khrushchev) picked I SHORT
Herbert Hoover, who died Tuesday -- Johnson administration Cole for lrad.rslp.! And he said; RIBS 39c A BETTER EDUCATIONfor

J In New York. Johnson also, water said "I get a little lick that "the new Soviet government Lt. your children

eliminated political appear at my stomach when I lee has officially Informed me ( Not condemning them to a jobless
GROUND
ances scheduled Thursday i In to Observe people trying to explain the rl* LIAN future!) .'
Memphis, Tenn:and Baltimore., log crime rates" and the growIng 3u.'l"coz.
Instead, on that day, he plans, violence to the streets.He High Set KEF l I
to attend a family service for for SEEKING PEACEin
said that disrespect '
Hoover at New York's St. Bar. UN Day Friday law and order "trickles down In Voter the world

tholomew'a.Protestant Episcopal from- the ton." FILET ( Not shouting reckless threats!)

church. Friday afternoon "We must have Impeccable MIGNON .Hch 72 C
win be at Wash Interfaith and Interracial efforts a Friday night
the President public meeting leadership to have the respect Registration y
ington's Union Station when the for peace through the Un at 8 at the First Methodist .t an levels of government," he ASK FOR Vote To Preserve !
arrives in ed Nations will be the theme of
late president's body Church.Dr. said. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Despite DoLooch't PrivateStock .
I the capital from New York. UN Day observations here Fr The American Way-
the all-time let
This was Coldwater's second high by I
.
On his first stop today Johnson Jeffries conducts speaking
rides in a motorcade from,day.Dr.. William M Jeffries director tours workshops and seminars campaign trip in the Philadel- voter registration this ye.r.1, OF AGED WESTERN

I the Akron-Canton Airport to of the Peace E due a tlonProil'am for peace groups throughout the pilla area. more than one million residents' T-IOMI .nd Vote Democratic!
I of the state failed to register
,. MemorialHall: of the University of the American I Southeast. He was scheduled to meet I 'ORTERHOUSESTEAKS
and cannot vote In the Nov. 3
of Akron -for a speech shortly friends Service Commit tee.I with Gov. William W. Scranton
i Mrs. P, R. McIntosh has ar- election.
,I before noon. Durham N.C.!-will' .speak.. at ranged a musical program, ol Scranton, who opposed Gold i general ''Elect, LYNDONJOHN50N
Next stop Kansas City to water for the presidential nom!. Secretary of State Tom
visit Truman. He plans to be Woman 'songs by the Lincoln I High atkm at the Republican National ,Mann reported that M04M DeLoach'sOLDFASHION

there an hour and a half. Hurt School Glee Club and soloist Convention will Introduce I persons were qualified for the

Instead of returning directlyto Rosa Mae Dennard. the Arizonan at a rally tonight I Vo*. S contest.

Washington as he had originally In Philadelphia.
In Parimal J. Mehta graduate The Democratic registration Meat Market
CrackupA : a :
planned, Johnson flies to Goldwater also bas speeches DIMOCRATIC 'DQU''I'II
pharmacy student at the University the four climbed
Scott Air Force Base, Belleville, scheduled at West Chester and hiring: years I 1441 W. Univ. A'.. 120 II lit AVI PH rR J.lStt
of Florida, will read tan l.JM.OM to 2Ott,7M The
travels the 25 miles from truck car collision at the and plans a mOo
Upper Darby
III He native Indian by a 10th : climbed Phene 171-2 JU IH, Mi Audi, C., Dam CM. Cmm I
there to East St Louts by mo- I intersection of State Road 26 poetry rcade through South PhflsdeJ.! Republican registration I
century writer. ,train W.340, to 4U.1M while
torcade. 'and US. SOI near Orange hut.
Afte?* short speech to a rally I eights Tuesday night sent a United Nations Day celebrations At 10:30: p.m. EDT he win dependent and minor party 10-1
there;'Johnson file to St. Louis I Gainesville woman to the hot are sponsored by the speak to the nation via the ABC. ,stratlon climbed from 32.81
for a speech at the War Memorial I pltal with broken ribs and Internal Gainesville Chapter of the atnoclaUon TV network on recent interna- 'B.MS GRAND

and a motorcade through Injuries, the Florid I (UNA). The program lineal developments. There was no breakdown of, OPENING

downtown St. Louis I Highway Patrol reported. this year, under the chairmanshIp 1 After :the networks and the 1 the voter registration of whites'
Wash H. Brown, 1331 NE9th of Dr. Emmanuel, Cltlin. ;[,
Then be flies back to Marjorie Federal Communications Commission I and syon.whlr.l.

ington. I St., was in fair condit Ion will be the fourth one in turned down GOP demand Democrats continued to out-, OF.; 'THE NEW 'm I' i Hfj' 9 Oat, t t.
The White House press office i at Alachua General Hospital to Gainesville according to public for free time to match '
out of- lay: after her car was struck by relations chairman John P e II- Ihe lima given President John- I mmber Republicans in
said Johnson planned no avl1'//
I a semi truck driven by ,Ro :ounty except Sarasota RECORD
the
ton Sunday night, Republicans ;
town Thursday
appearances '
I serf B. Hensley of, Johnson rod.The for several years the GOP has TOP TUNES
time ABC.
bought on
except for attendance at the United Churchwomenof I
been> on top. SHOP
I City::: Tenn.
i Hoover services In New York.I : Gainesville the League of Goldwater spoke briefly on
Trooper Fred Sowell said Women Voters the International '!'orelgn policy Tuesday night In In Plnellas County where
Ifrs. Brown's auto, headed easton I Relations Division of the UF 'in off-the-cuff speech to Repub. GOP candidates have bad their NOW LOCATED AT
Boost Iron I
to State Road 26, pulled into i Faculty Women's Club and 1 Iran campaign workers hi a greatest success: there are 111n ,-,
t he path of the truck, ,which ..Mine local churches also sup ',Baltimore hotel 1' registered. Democrats to 1119 W. UNIV. AVE. (Next to Doniaan'i)

Ore Industry 101.was The proceeding truck smashed north o6 1 Inte U. S.0 I port UN Day. He said-that--with the ouster of 1 DUll registered RepubUcani.We I IlI1"Y" Thurs., Fri. & Sat., Oct. 2224, 9 a.m. to 9 ,."'.

NEW YORK (AP)-New and t right side of the car, demolishing -........""" """'4II''fIIJ"III '''T''Ii''' ......... I

Improved mineral processing It. "t ,. 'ter Jeivr1 i e 1; > ,7D; 9 1ti'j6c.: .utot", ;.rJ'I"in."ff. .J iIf" i NEW LOW EVERYDAY PRICES
; Jti. -
techniques will revive the faltering Total damages were estlma JSi ,,'IjJ M Iub .:.1. e'r FA+ H' II J'\ljo'; :' I/Iw "r '
domestic iron ore 'producing .>d at $1,100 by Sowell. He was Z t. :.1 Y: lE a' Itaf t ; fI"# 14 r..' flC .{c'tsna' 4' ,k. t IS !jf'W'\trrl tt. '3'. LP's NOW ONLY $2.97
industry and make America slated In the investigation byt. .)t't It:: ,i. t,' (: .., v l .n( {J tOrr' i r, ., t'8tei Reg. .
less dependent on foreign I S. 0 Roberts and Trooper '; :- tJ .,JA" ... $M" : 1J .n.
sources of ore, an expert has G. C. Winburn. ,; : .,11..V'/.11t {';;". $3.97Reg.
VJ': wlU 4" LP' NOW ONLY
Reg.
wW.ffi t.1\1/1't .
predicted. Mrs. Brown was charged with t '! : 'ft.-a. 'k '" II : .1 I'A '
[allure to yield the right of way. ...,.... : itJ' '.. '4" fit '.. '
"Automation and control of ./ "tI 1i .. ,, .;.t.\lei. .
Iron ore processing plants and FOR EXPERT r4r"v'r- /Wi' 'Hft"" 4 ,": .(. '. +j Q_ C1J ,'''''.2'Y! :t, rJIJ{ J: 5M LP'. NOW ONLY $4.97
newly developed 'autogenous I Iht('t'r' > -," : '.fi .' -ft ;r..t :mm J'I: ( : ;'Nt'f d

of TREE SURGERYCALL Q ,r"I'"m ",*" 'flw" d a1 J A1\ '. .,t'/fIf'it", I,
grinding' techniques-use I. 1r?., 'I ,..1 '\'to- ':'. J ::1, Reg. '7"-2.Record Sets-NOW ONLY $5.94
rocks to grind rocks are giving r
)'rUf'V t'i
a big boost to the steel Industry "r : )
.r M b.A ftt
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copper industry, Jong lead, : tl.wp+ e, f. ;
er In this field. and promises IoM r.L"v : CUSTOMERS

to show new startling gains," ,," ra 'Ntt R'I' '6" NOW ONLY 497 I NO OBLIGATION
he observed during the VII International i EA One.Y.ar
Mineral Processing Guarantee TO BUY

Congress held here in observance .. -
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DOHT FORGET TO REGISTER FOR
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: i 12 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, October 21, 194. t tI
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.i .J* Calendar Of EventsMrs. WOfflEfl m THE f fAIflILY| [ Y Now At Home I Church ]


: t'ODAY, October 21 R. G. Hoffman, 309 NW CirclesTODAY
Junior Welfare League, 30th Street: Daylily,. Mrs. S. .
Board Meeting, 10 a.m., Mrs. J. Adkins, 70S B o u II v ard; Ruth Weimer. Women's Editor October 21
George A. Dell, 2228 NW 3rd Dianthus, Mrs. H. B. Good SL Patrick's Woman's Club
: Place. win, 4104 NW 19th Place; Hibiscus St. Joan's Circle, 8 p.m.,
I Gainesville Bridge Club, Mrs. Fred She w e y, Gala Reception Given After Mrs. Wesley Lambert, 3423
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. 1606 NW 14th Avenue; Palm, NW 7th Place.Bridal .
Girl Scout Leader training Mrs. J. J. Kubie, 601 SW 43rd ; "

a Course, 9 a.m., Girl Scout Terrace; Carson Memorial Shower
: House, 810 NW 8th Street. 9:45: a.m., Glorlsa, Mrs. ConcertBy
: Gainesville Woman's CI I u b, Ripley Bull l n, 2720 SW ComplimentsSylvia

f Halloween Luncheon, 12:30 Eighth Drive, Kirkwood. GEORGIA CHOTAS a gilded lyre and gold chrysanthemums Mrs. Warner Weseman, Mr.:and '"
p.m., Clubhouse, Dean Marna 10 a.m., Gladiolus, Mrs.. T. PettyHAGUE
i' Following the Cleva J. Car on a brass tray. Mrs. Clarence Reaves, Mis a
Brady, guest speaker. M. Mehaffey, Ocala Road; son Memorial Concert'g I Mrs. William Wade ,
v en Hampton Charlotte Smysor, Dr. U. S. Miss Sylvia Pet
: Gainesville Woman's CI I a 1 b, '
1:30: p.m., Camellia, Mist last night by the of III and Mrs. John Flow .
University If I Gordon, and Mr. and Mrs. ty, bride-elect of Billy Swick
9 30 Clubhouse creative
: a.m., !
:
Rosa 900 SW list it '
Urquhard, Florida Symphony Orchestra; created the ;
: writing workshop. arrangements.Those George Corrick. It> .-yMrs. Martin of Valdosta, Ga, was
Avenue; a reception for more than 300 pouring Mr ;': .
were
4" 'f' e: complimented at a shower given
Chapter I, POE, 10 a.m., ?
Mrs. A. A. Clllls, Mrs. Thornas S p.m., Azalea, Miss Kathryn concert goers took place In the I Reid Poole, Mrs. L. Cecil State Guests .; ."L ,, .. ... .. recently by Mrs. John
; Larrick, hostesses at the Farra, 2216 NW fifth Bryan Lounge of the Florida Gracy, Mrs. Herman W. Out of town visitors attending ." Boggs of Hague.A .
former's home, 711 NE Ith Place; Lotus, Mrs. Ralph Union. Schnell Mrs. Walter Murphree, the concert and the reception /! ) ,!,
: Street. Thomas, 1326 NW 11th Road; The reception honored Maurice Mrs. H. S. Wolfe, Mrs. Jean O. Included Mr.' and Mrs. Gordon corsage of white chrysan-

Delta Delta Delta Alumnae Rose, Mrs. J. T. Creighton, ,HJnson of Louisville, Ky., Mitchell Mrs. Sara D. McDonald Sandridge, Orange Park F I a., ihemums was presented to the
Association I Mrs. David 900 NW 43rd Street; one 'of the South's leading pianists Keystone Heights; M r 1 Mrs. R. J. Rlvenbark Jacksonville honoree by the hostess.

Godschalk,p.m.1010 NW 36th 7:45: p.m. Mimosa, Mrs. who was concert soloist; Roy L. Watkins, Keystone Mr. and Mrs. J e n n Ings, The serving table was overlaid -
Road. George F. Tubb, 1703 NW 6th Mr and Mrs. S. Bryan .Jennings Heights, Mrs. W. W.. Little, and Middleburgr .Mrs. .McDonalc d with a white lace table-
: THURSDAY, October 22 Avenue; ,' Mlddleburg,' F I a., and Mrs. Ancll Payne. and Mrs. Watkins of Keystone cloth and centered with an arrangement
Golden Club 1:30 I p.m., Carnation, Mrs. William Edward Troupln, diteetor of the Assisting were Mrs. Fred Heights; Mrs. Godwin, Hawthorne ; of white chrysan
Age : ,
p.m. Orchestra.The Stringfellow, Mrs. Mary B I' themums. Refreshments were
Recreation Center. G. Crizzell, 2209 NE 16th : Miss Lillian Mao u Ire.
Physical Fitness Course, Terrace; Geranium Mrs. W. concert was a memorialto hers Sandefer, Mrs. William Ocoee; Mr. and Mrs.- : W.: B served by Miss Angela Boggs.

Lesson Two 7:30: p.m., Recreation J. Hosklns, 3956 SW 3rd Avenue the late Miss Carson, a leadIng Gartner Jr., and Mrs. Virgin Hinson, Orlando; Col and Mrs.
Center. ; Hydrangea, Dr. Catherine music educator in Florida T. Allison. Glenn Garrison, Lakeland; Mr. Robert nc
J. Puclc, 810 SW 21st and the first music teacher at Reception Hosts and Mrs. Thomas C. Kenning '
Colfax Rebekah No.
Lodge
2 Odd Fellows Tern Avenue; Jasmine, Mrs. A. L. P. K. Yonge Laboratory School.It Invited to assist at the reception ton, Jacksonville; Miss Myr VIRGINIA BEACH; Va. The attendants wore gowns ol'I rh1.
8
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p.m. Flage, Newberry Road. also recognized establishment as hosts and hostesses were Johnson, High Springs i ; Mr. U. (j.g.) Robert Schenck and I Hue taffeta matching accessories
pie.i United Church Women of the Cleva J. Carson Dr. Harry M. Philpott. UF Vk. Tom Cassel, Leesburg; Miss Mrs. Schenck, whose marriage and carried bouquets oliaisles. f
League of Women Voters, Area 7,; 1 a.m., Holy rfemorla Music Scholars h I p :President and Mrs. Phi I pot: I Thelma Boltin, Mrs. D 0 r I. look place September 19 at the cNaval .
Noon, Holiday Inn. Trinity Episcopal Church. Fund at the University. Mrs. J. Hillis_Miller, Dean and I Weaver, Mrs Ernie Wilmottand Base, Chapel In the Lt. (jg.) Mike Gonots of Tarn -I
Gainesville Library Advisory A from Miss Mrs. Turpin C. Bannister Mr. Mrs. Roland Griffin W/wuli Norfolk V.. Ham ... 0..I.,., be t man. I ,
bequest Carson'sestate ; all of po WI" ''' w as s
Board, 8 p.m., Gainesville FRIDAY. October 23 initiated the fund. and Mrs. Robert Bolles Mr. White Springs; Mr. and M r s. b ;,; ci.-.w home: in Virginia Ushers were Lt. (j.g.) Phillip ''ILJiv

; Public Library. Dinner honoring Dr. and Former Pupils Attend and Mrs Ancll Payne, Mr. and Joseph Cray, and Mrs. C r ant Beach. Smith of Boston, Mass., and Lt. ,
University of Florida Agricultural -. Mrs. George T. Harrell Jr., Many of Miss Carson's for- Mrs. Robert Williamson, Mrs.J. Elghmey, all of Lake City: The bride, formerly Miss Betty (j j.g.) David MaCafee of Gary,,
: Women's CI I u b Coffee 7:30 p.m., preceeded b y mer music pupIls at P.K. Yonge H. Palmer, Mr. and Mr .. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swisher, Jo White, is the daughter of Ind.The
10 to 11:30: a.m., Executive social hour at 6 p.m., University School and former pupils, Frank Spain, Mr. and Mr a. and Miss Carolyn Day, all of Mrs. Katie White Millers and bride's mother wore a
Board of hostesses, University of Florida College of friends and colleagues from Earnest Campbell, Mr.I I a d Jacksonville; Dr. J. R I c bard the late William D. White. The beige knit sheath dress and a''
Women's Clubhouse, Medicine Faculty, GainesvilleGolf Gainesville, Jacksonville and Mrs. R. J. Schiffll. Mr. and Warren, Tallahassee; James bridegroom Is the son of Mr. corsage of red roses for her \y
-West Newberry Road. and Country Club. throughout the State attendedthe Mrs. J. C. Dickinson III. Pitts, and Mrs. Lillian Lawrence and Mrs.' Robert Schenck of daughter's wedding. The bride- jq
: Gainesville Garden Club Alachua County Heart concert and reception. Also Miss Eleanor S. Smith, of Jacksonville. Waldo. 'room's mother chose a beige :

; Circles Council Luncheon, 11:45 a.m., Greeting guests at the entrance Mrs Gordon Johnson, Mrs. 1 F. Also assisting at the benefit Given in marriage by her crepe suit and red rose corsage. I J oi

9:30: a.m., Begonia, Mrs. F. J. Hillls Miller Health Center.Dr. to the Florida Union Carnahan Ebaugh, Miss Mary concert were Mr. and Mrs. brother, William L. White, the I Reception At Club
Wendell Williams, 640 NW James R. Cade, guest were: Dr. and Mrs. Winston Sue Dressier; Mrs. R.' J. Metz Fred Schofield; Mr. and Mrs. bride wore a white satin gown
40th Terrace; Chrysanthemum speaker. Open to the public. Summerlin, Mrs. Perry Ram Mrs Nicholas E. Chotas, Dr. Smith KIrkpatrick, Mrs. Sheldon with a lace bodice. Her veil of Following the ceremony, the
Mrs. James R. Smith, Pilot Club Founders' Day sey, and Mrs. James D. Pres and Mrs. Alfred Crago, Mr. and Waldo, Mrs. H. E. Streit, illusion fell from a crown o f bride's mother entertained witha
1500 NW 36th Way; Daily, Program, Noon, Primrose ton.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Wallace, seed pearls and she carried a reception at the Officer's -
J. Wayne Reltz; University Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Chipley, Bible topped with carnations Club. II
Inn.UnIted Nations Day Observance of Florida President and Mrs Sara Messer, and Miss.and an orchid. The cake table, overlaid witha
: REGULAR First Methodist Church, Mrs. Relit greeted guests In Ruth Krienke. Sisters AttendantsMrs. lace tablecloth, was centered I
: I William Jeffries, the foyer. Mrs. C. H. Boutelle f5:! I Prior to he concert, Dr. and Jack Webb, sister of the 'with the wedding cake, topped
PERMANENT speaker.p.m. and Mrs Sidney Godwin Invited Mrs. Belts entertained members 1 ride was matron of honor. ;with miniature officer and
them Into the of the bride figurInes.
Gainesville Bridge Club, 9a.m. Bryan Lounge.In Scholarship Fund I rldesmatrons were Mrs. Wil
: ., Holiday Inn. the receiving line were Committee and a number of out I ton L. White and Mrs. Ronald The newlyweds made a honeymoon -
$750r Gainesville Woman's Club, Mrs W, D. Stevens, chaIrmanof TODAY, October 21 of town guests with a dinner at I L: White, sisters in law ofthe C trip to Nassau and
the music.scholarship f u n dcommittee Buffet and shower the President's Residence.It I bride. I points In Florida before returnUS -II $
Bridge Party, 1:30 p.m., Clubhouse sup per II sf
to Virginia Beach.EXCESSIVE .
,
3 West Newberry Road. ; s Bryan Jennings, honoring Miss Frances Dab-- ---g
: Includes a cousin of the late Miss Car Jones, fiancee of Donald .
ney
SATURDAY, October 24 son; Mrs. Jennings, Reid Poole,, Moore Giles of L y n c hburg, By Josephine Lowman I UpfBEAU
SHAMPOO Gainesville Fine Arts Sidewalk -
Head of the UF Department of
Va., 1:30: Mrs. T. Walter
SIT Show, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Music Mr. Hinson, a former p.m.
Herbert and Mrs. Guy SMiles II
.. STYLING HAIRCUT Gainesville American Shopping Association Center. pupil Mr. Troupln.of Miss,.Carson's. and I Place.home, 1807 NW Seventh Why/ Grow 1 f

of University Women,
Mr. and Mrs. George 0. Hack THURSDAY, October 21
I Operators Luncheon Noon Park Lane and Mrs., Edward Troupln assisted Bridesmaids luncheon fetIng
To Serve You. aftterla. In receiving! guests. Miss Mary Dressler,
t Retired Teachers Assoc 1 I.- Old
?
Evenings by Appf. Fall Flowers Used bride elect of Dr. John
f tlon, 9:30 a.m., Myra Terwll-
McKenzIe Jr., 12:30: m.,
: linger School, NewberryRoad. Bryan Lounge was beautiful p.
Mrs. William H. Buckhannan FACIAL
HOUSEBEAUTY ly decorated with arrangementsof -
and her daughter, Mrs HAIR A PROBLEM? TIMER
Trinity Methodist Church, fall celosia, eucalyptus androses 'Thinking Thin Helps
L. Jr. Gaines
Henry Gray .
Oman's Society of Christian anchored In bras If CMilvt )..I"I Mr I both.r
Luncheon to compliment) I you. why not Hive mom r* She shell have fl wen wherever -
Service, Fall Hat and 'epergnes. But You Diet Toolow moved rmonmtly with .LC> she g"'l. on L.banon'lI
The large punch table l was Miss Frances Dabney Jones, tralytli Twitting I ....I"'. beautiful Jersey wool I, embroid-
Bake Sale 9 to 2
} :
am. p.m. ...... .. I :
MnnnGiles ._ .1. 'I.'ne' .0.
hrirfiuWt nf Donald __ o. .
0 2300 NW 4th St. M572 Church, 3536 NW 8th Ave.flue. I appropriately decorated with a! has been said that I Ing-0111mk- .--r N--.i-I To--delay U' 'large to glitter long. Nosle.vi
large treble clef, which wa.' Lynchburg, Va., 12:30: definite menus than to U to wiito tlftit tnd money blouse in white .In.; ,
p.m., Mrs. J. H. Fogle, Mrs "thinking thin" causes one to count calories for themselves. VWP ....".... fully answered suit In champagnt, pinkchampagne
-- trimmed with and .
yellow roses
wltft a prlvitt contultatlon Do lee
blue.
become or
ivy. A moss green cloth overlaid Edgar L Johnson, Mrs. Bert slim. Here are tomorrow's menus not dtiay call for .., .p> I
7 ; and Mrs. Bruce Rob- Indeed It has almost seemed MENUS FOR THURSDAY polotm.nt _
i Kenzey
with satin ribbon t
fresh green AS SEEN IN MADEMOISELLE
to work for that
covered the table and matchIng erts. me way at BREAKFASTSix Fret Booklet On Request
FRIDAY October 23 imes. However, rather thanany ounces tomato Juice
moss green candles In a EDMUNDDWYER
Ii I i rsss candelabrum corn pie t e d Shower and bridge feting magic or mystic correlation Two baked or hard poached
I : the: decor. A smaller table held Miss Judith Beasley bride- there la an explanation forthla eggs with the poacher light. I
elect of Grover Ford, 7:30 experience. ly greased with butter and a
tf Mrs. Houaewife p.m., Mrs. William C. EvansJr. If we think thin we are constantly dot of cheese on each egg ILICTROLOCIST "Gomtivlll Most Fashionable
10 I This may be' your day ., 2601 NW Sixteenth Ave aware of the goal we One piece of toast 107 W.i-ion Universityn Address'105W.Univ.nJty
t* win nue. wish to achieve, the way we Coffee with one teaspoon I PI '-.U4Il
: Always I Rehearsal dinner honoring want to look, and therefore
50 GALLONS of Miss Mary Dressler, and what we eat. We are diet-con sugarLUNCHEON ,

,: x; LIchter'sRACOON. GULF FUEL OIL their son, Dr. John McKen- scious and are sustained by the Broiled lean meat patty .
Absolutely Free lie Jr., 7:30 p.m., pro and pIcture we have of ourselves, (three ounces) l ,
Mrs. John S. McKenzie Sr. the picture of the way we wish One-half '
Number Sticker carrots
: ot Lucky any Gulf Service Stollon. of Fort Myers, Primrose Inn. to look One glass cup skim milk j 't'., 4' .; ><.l .d: f'1,
t'
Tea honoring Miss Frances In his booklet "Live Long- One medium apple $j 4
;h 1 g WINNERS' EVERY Dabney Jones bride electof er and Better," Doctor Nor DINNERSix :.. -Pi :t! d" ,
COLLAR Vincent Peale -y- '
I Donald Moore Giles l of man says: ounces .
vegetable
juice,
TUES. and FRI. Lynchburg. Va, 3:30 to Spm ,
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"A basic fact of two Rye Krlsps
human
:: of nature
Its Courtesy .
l COATS Mrs. Winston W. Little, la the tendency to become Four ounces lean beef
) 2245 NW Fifth Place. ,
4 : : like that One-half cup carrots andpeas
SPAIN'SGulf we habitually I
I I SATURDAY October 24 Only TwoS !
flavored with
imagine ourselves as being. one tea.,
honoring I
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1'. :. : f Orion Piles Lining, = PHONE Heat bride Miss elect Judith of Grove Beat Ford ley,, fact.The "deeply tends to bald real mental!:. Itself picture In One-half tions spoon (butter fresh cup grapefruit or aec-I I Ships d........ for Caribbean CI'IIIIIII I

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IN OLIVI OR S than en any other ships' All accommodations, or.
: NAVY. 7 M 14 ZZ pounds la I hurry think thin frt clou Sill uritlng tropic porn of call ""...'i a Mil-
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; News of Interest Smith.-? HeldWALDOOn m '-m 1 \ !
I ] Special I uten. Nuptials ,", (,"'/ ucta ff


To the Colored Saturday evening
i Community the Methodist Church was
the scene of a candlelight servo Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie T. Braslnglon have announced the

i News Items for this paw should be directed to Ben F. Childs,' Colored News ice when Miss Mary Ann Tut- birth of a daughter on October 8 at Alachua General Hospital.The .

editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th .St. or by phone at FR 6-5753. Do not send en, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. baby, who has been named Nancy Lynn Brasingloa.,

Items directly to the Sun office. Burton Tuten Jr. b e c a m e the has an older brother, Bonnie Jr., who is three years. old. I
'_11 amnMnxnti, area eon tkM. will to found M Pm t bride of Airman 2-C Robert O ..
JOINT Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nancy Lynn's maternal grandmother Is Mrs. Bert Rise-
SERVICE
., Templar, and Consistory, wil I I 1 I and friends.
Elder Walter Camp and his meet Wednesday at I p.m. aRising !I Mrs. Minnie Young left yes Dale Drew. brook and her paternal grandfather is J. J. Bratlngtnn.

:congregation from Palatka will Sun Lodge Hall in preparation terday for Durham N.C., because Officiating for the double ring
conduct a Joint service at the for memorial and funeral of business. She will be ceremony, was Rev. Harry \I'fl'
;Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist services for the 1 ate, away for several days. Goddard. The nuptial music Reitzes To Give

l i Church Sunday at 3 p.m.I I brother S. H. Hawkins. Mrs. Carrie Gilbert of Tam- was provided by Mrs. Alice !Pi

I 1 The public Is Invited. Rev. H. Rochelle Lodge No. 606 and pa, whose visit here for the past Dean. I
iKmsey, pastor; Miss Barbara Waldo Lodge No. 520 along with two weeks has been pleasant, Each window of the e h u r c h /for Newcomers
, 'Watson, reporter.ALACHUA I the master of each lodge will left yesterday for her home. was lighted with a candle. An .. I. Party .,
I'' I also attend. Mrs. Annie Fagan, of Atlanta arch composed of lighted candies

f NEWS Fred Alexander W. M. Ga, left yesterday for her was flanked by trc* I Crying Jubilee Singers! I Rising Sun Lodge No. 10. home after visiting here for the delabra. Palms and baskets of will give an Informal party and Dr. Coddington will receive
I : The Crying Jubilee Singers past two weeks with friends. blue and white flowers decorate Saturday evening In honor of guests during the evening.

/ .will appear In a musical program NOTICEThe ed the altar. newcomers to the University of Representing the Newcomers'

at the Antloch Baptist Pallbearers' Lodge N o. Given in marriage by her t"J.f Florida faculty. Board as ro chairman for the

j ;Church Thursday at I p.m. and 54 will meet at the regular 1 NOTICE The Youth Progressive father, the bride wore a bal.! N : ; The Informal event, which I:!event are Mrs Alex E. S. Green t
Sunday at S p.m. meeting place Thursday at 8 lerlna length dress of ice blue and Mrs. John T. Stiefel.
will take at the
hold
Choirs' Union will its place
is Invited
to ate
The public p.m. Mrs. Ella Drayton, reporter today at Sp.m. silk brocade. Her short t u 11 e dent's Residence between Presl'j The West end of the drill field
tend. Rev. R. F. DeBose monthly program
-
pastor Fred Alexander
president. -
; veil was attached to a minis across from the President'sResidence
Paul 'Opm. will welcome newcomers
; Deacon George Judk I Ins, at the St Baptist -
I Church at LaCrosse.' Rev. A. ture open crown pill b o x or to the faculty, their wive., will be opened for

,reporter. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. I Odom, pastor; Jerome S co tt, matching brocade. She carried or husbnnds, and single men parking during, the party.BEAU .

LACROSSE NEWS Olive Primitive Baptist-president; Mrs. Gladys L. a cascade of pink roses centered and women who have Joined the \
Johnson with a detachable white faculty In the last two '
To Observe Anniversary reporter. years.
\ :Sunday School, 930: s.m; sll.
She
orchid wore a
t The Union Prayer Band will i morning worship, 11 a.m.; and corsage.with miniature Members of the Newcomers' Ik.
observe its 23rd anniversary at I evening worship, > pm. Rev.H. WOMEN'S DAY ver lavaliere a Board of the University Wom-
the Bethel A.M.E. Church here Kinsey, pastor; Barbara Women's will wedding bell and pearl clapper en's Club will assist In the cour-
Day program
which was a gift of the bridegroom
I Nov. 2 through .. Rev. Walker, Watson, reporter. be held at the Shady Grove Airman K-C Robert 0. Smith and Mrs. Smith [csics. ;
I host paster; Rev. Odom co- Mt Carmel Baptist-Youth Primitive Baptist Church on President and Mrs. ReiU,
pastor; Rev. Banks, assistant :Forum. today, 7:30: p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 15. Mrs. F. D. Attendants were Mrs. Jimmie and great[ .great grandmother of the Mrs. Don Kerns and Mr. R. Mrs. R. Dean Coddington, chair. rf '

pastor. also the Choir will have its Shannon, reporter; Rev. R. J.Calnous Tuten. matron of honor ridrgroom. Sparling, Albany, Ga., Mr. and I Irr
rehearsal, p.m.; Teachers' Miss Barbara Gwln, bridesmaid l Assisting with the a e r v In g Mrs. I. C. Wilson LaCrosse
NOTICE ,Meeting, Thursday, 7:30: p.m.; pastor. Both were In sheaths of were Mrs. L. P. Sullivan, Mrs. and Miss Sheri Blanch I of Tri Delts Meet :
The Sunrise Singers will appear and the Choir will again have baby blue brocade with acces Sylvia Campln Mrs. Maude Gainesville.A On Vr

in a musical program at I Its rehearsal Friday, 7:30: p.m., UNITED CHURCH WOMENThe sories to match and carried Smith. Mrs. Henrietta B a b b,' buffet dinner was held Fri WednesdayDelta
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the Bethel A.M.E. Church Sunday Archer-St. James Baptist' United Church Women American Beauty Pink carnations Mrs. Dick Griffin, and Mrs. Dorothy day evening after the wedding Delta Delta l Alumnae

at 7:30 p.m. .,Sunday School 10 a.m.; morning of the Gainesville a r e a will Wilson. rehearsal at the home of the Club will meet Wednesday al
Dinner will be served by the worship, 11am.; and eve meet Thursday at the Hoi I y Dale Drew served as bes t Out Of Tows Guests Dale Drews. S p.m. at the home of Mrs.' I

World Peace Prayer Band at I ning worship, 7 p.m. The publicis Trinity Episcopal Church. man for the bride g roo m and Out of town guests at the An arrangement of pink roses David' Godschalk, 1010 NW 36lh l

2 p.m. Mrs. M. L. Bryant W I I., I always welcome. Rev. J. L. The study theme Is "Laity In Airman 2-C George Roger wedding and reception were: decorated the table. Road. I a ti 0I

president; Mrs. Flossie ]Widdleton, pastor; Johnnie I Hisslon." A coffee honor will be Sparling acted as groomsman. >Ir. and Mrs. Douglas Newton During the dinner, silver gifts I
Hams, reporter. held in Ushers Benjamin Campen All new Delta Delta I Delta
I Lewis[ honor of Mrs. Chris were I
reporter.
Miss Sherril, and Miss Bon n a were presented lo the attend. 0 ,
I alumnae In the and
Matheson and Randall Beggs. city area
MASONS recently elected State 'Lynn and Master Breck ants by the bridegroom, who
CALL TO ALL
President The bride's mother wore a are Invited to attend.
The F & A. M. P. H. A. Inc., I PERSONALS at 9 a.m. and at 1.30 Newton, all of Cocoa: Mr. and also gave the bride her wed I
Miss Ethel J. Barber, of Tampa a.m. there will be registration. pink crepe dress and had a ,
Royal Arch Masons Knight I Mrs. James Beeler Mrs. Bill I I I ding gift.
is visiting in Gainesville The public Is Invited. white orchid corsage. The I Ibridegroom's
'Scales, Miss Cindy Lynn Scales, After a short wedding trip ChurchCircles
weeks with relativesand mother a I
for two wore and Miss Beth Jackson! all of the couple will establish the Ir
friends.Mr. dress of blue and brocade
If REGULARPERMANENT NOTICE green ;Keystone Heights; Mr. and home In Albany, Ga.
and Mrs. James R. Hunter matching pillbox and. I
There
will be
and son, Fred, all of Huntsville a banquet In white orchid corsage. t

Ala., were guests of Mrs. the Grove dining room of the Shady Following the wedding, a reception "'!!!a TODAY, October SI :
\ Hunter's relatives here for the Nov 14.The Primitive. Baptist Church I was held In the homeof I By Josephine Lowmang: 1 St. Palrlik's Woman's dub I
so
$ past two weeks. donation is the bridegroom's par St. Joan's Circle, I p m., i
$1. Mrs.
F. D. :
\1 Miss Minnie Irvine and Miss Guests received and Mrs
Shannon were ents'l Wesley Lambert, 3423 I
,
Mittie Williams, both of MIami reporter. I duced by Mrs. L. P. Why Grow NW 7th Place.IXCISSIVI. i

were guests of friends in TRUSTEES'DAYTrustees' The bride's book was '
Includes
Gainesville yesterday. I Miss Sheri Bianchi. I
SHAMPOOSET Robert H. Williams, of Tampa Day will be held at The dd I In cake topped
e
w g '
the Shady Grove
and, Is friends visiting in Gainesville with relatives for ,I(list Church the first Primitive Sunday Bap.In 'with miniature bride and groom I Old? I ( I
encircled with hearts was
HAIRCUT November.The pearl 1 ;
l'
STYLING several days. cooperation of the public I II. lanked by silver can delabra. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones II
I Is solicited. Mrs. F. D. Shan1 1 The! bride's table was laid with _
S and son, Jim, all of New York
Operators
crocheted linen cloth.
I non, I heirloom \
reporter. Time To Lose
Pounds
To Serve You! City arrived here yesterdays II I unch: was served from a silver
guests of Mrs. Jones' relatives "
punch bowl. The silver punch f.\
Evenings by Appt.
for two weeks.
Rose Society 1 f adle used was an heirloom I Before The Holidays
Miss Mary J. Jackson and
which had belonged to a great.Additional FACIAL
HOUSEBEAUTY both of Tat .
Miss Minnie Irvine .
!! I I
ahassee, were visiting with Meets Thursday I Here It la almost the end o r lent of two heaping tablespoons HAIR A fHOILIMrIf TIMER

friends in the University City Gainesville Rose October! of the same) .I.....wrry...1....held. o.v titlrt'......bcXKtrtrtmillf r.. Ik. |K.H hove .1....* ",h.,.
yesterday.Mrs. Society has Garden Circle It's only a hop, skip and One eight ounce glass skim wend w.wneoip w", ..... ever ,he pen, on L.ob.aulllu".r -'.
a I
Helen West of Tampa, I changed meeting date from milk T*. ..11 I K|. .."lnt., | ,.v wool, tmbroM-
2300 NW 6th St. 2-1572 is visiting the University Cityfor !tonight to Thursday, October Meetings Set few b l 11 e I away from Thanksgiving One.half cup cole slawDINNER trtwnlnf"In..nly" ,....blvwftlnf.. II/-wl..4,.g..... ..d larg la puller 'long No.
II, at t p.m. at Guaranty Federal If you are even a few !I.* I It Ie w.,!. II.... .... mwwytFft .1.> .v. btouit /In whit "'INI
two weeks with relatives of Garden y- ".... ivOp ..n.wvndcaul elf In .hompoo ne, pink
Savings and Loan Added to the list pounds overweight, why nol I t I -
\1.II ..... I :son,. lommuniiy room. Assocla Cub; -Circles-r meeting; Thursday lose them before that hollda y, One
'r fresh "Rose Arranging" will b e/will be Clorlsa Circle. I so that you can enjoy the turkey Four ounces of lean b e e f IInew.. AS SEEN IN MADEMOISELLE
the program presented by Mrs, Mrs. Ripley Bullen will and fixings without feellnj (broiled) Book lit On R ou.''
John Flowers. entertain members at J 43 a m guilty Sliced tomato
a -
EDMUNDDWYER
{ I -_ Mrs. 0. C. Ruelk will be host In her home 2720 SW Eighth '
Those of who One baked
gain weight 4
__ us
.... Drive, KI I Irk woo d, with Mrs. potato, seasonedwith
Robert MauU and Mrs. George very rapidly are almost certain onion salt and parsley
to pick up a few pounds Two small of
Lee Crutcher as co-hostesses pieces hard ILICTROLOGISTIOT
Mrs. HousewifeThis with each fiesta seawn. Unless candy w. utiwtiirf "Clin.vIII'. MMf fo.hlb''.
for the morning will I
Program ..."
a10 to win may- b. your day be given by Mrs. Albert Miller we lose them promptly they accumulate Notice a few of the tricks l I 1-101 W. Ul AddrOS .*tT 'I ..14.

Always Al who will discuss "Conservation surprisingly.So used here! There li onion salt --- .'
50 GALLONS of Problems." and parsley on th.-b'-kfcl--potato ;;
I am here to help
eR-
LiehJer'sRACOON GULF FUEL OIL Lotus Circle members wil I !I Joy| Thanksgiving! you Instead of butler, and a III
Absolutely' Free meet at 3 p.m. In the home ofMrs. tie chili or cheese on the egg
Ralph Thomas, 1125: This week I am bringing you You are allowed a teaiponn-
Lucky Number Stickers
at Gulf Service' Stetloii. I NW Eleventh Road, rather than my Trick and Treat Diet which ful of sugar In your coffee. The
I '. any. in the home of Mrs. G. H. Bou- gives you a loss of about five sugar gives you only about
I telle as announced.BSPhi Winds |in seven days. fifteen calories.
COLLAR WINNERS EVERY Here are the menus for to- If you milled yeiirH a y's
TUES. and FRI. Chapter morrow. BUMS er w*.U Ilk* to lave
It ..bale.,- COATS I ly Courtesy of- the. complete diet .bl keek-
Rush Party Set MENUS FOR WEDNESDAY i Itt farm reed 11 ceils sad a

SPAIN'SGulf Gamma Chi Chapter Beta BREAKFASTSix I, clamped, self addremtf etvehpe Only Two
With Warm, Solf Sigma Phi has slated a "Nut- ounces orange juice with peer reqiieil for I
Heat Cracker Rush Party" for to.night One poached egg on tea s tone It. Address _" .. Low.mi 1
f Orion Pile Lining PHONI37M777 at < in the home of Mrs ( tablespoonful of ch III .la tare of Ike e.I..... Ship dttlfntd. for Caribbtaii....c

Carver 2MO NE 10th sauce on egg or 'p' l III k- I vllle SM.
..... Wynelle ,
IN OLIVE '18 a .1 Drive. Dress is to be casual.! ling of crated cheese) Goes LI...'. Son'. Roe onj Jonto Paula .'. 20000tonAnKiicanllag
.. << .. Coffee with one teaspoonful I I b.auli.. that colr 'It |uil 100 patMng
N. E. Binghoms' on I II-day e,..,... Tn,.'. max "hying, "..,. pee po .
IN OLIVE OR Siin sugarLUNCHEON tInge r hart en .ny alh.r ihip. All ccommadatMfH ere
NAVY 1.. It A* I To Give TalkRetired I,,,' c'tti' Si,> Kiting trnpU pnrti c' call. The-,'. MI!.
Toasted cheese sandwichtwo I Ing every TMiday from Purl l,.'gla* for detail, contocT

( thin slices of bread Teachers Association

and a thin slice of AmerIcan will meet Saturday at t:X a.m.1 : WORLD

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Wednesday, October Zl, Vo4 Gainesville Sun II



'f Johnson a ix a I r'N.o.t.'eH .Qver 'Free of' Scandal j;


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I Aims AtMidwest PHILADELPHIA (AP-Sen. Soviet Premier Khrushchev the through Ambassador Dobrynln[ in his prepared speech. Gold-I IBut a number of people In the ',\I
Barry Goldwater began a quid k United States faces a tougher that It plans no change In basic water said Johnson's concept of audience added, "and Walter.
campaign trip Into the Phlladelhta !- Communist bloc which Is likely foreign policy." :the presidency "means surrounding Jenkins"

> area today with a tribute e to behave more like the bellig Some 300 to 400 cheering per- himself with, eompan. Nowhere in his text did Gold-
to the late President Berber t erent Red Chinese and tht late MM turned out for what originally Ions like Bobby Baker, Billie Sol water mention Jenkins a Johnson
: Hoover as "one of the most respected Soviet dictator Josef Stalin. had been scheduled aa a Estes, Matt McCloskey and aide who was asked to resign .
I' men in America-whi D He' demanded the United relatively quiet, private meeting :other interesting men." last week after It became

I WASHINGTON' (AP)'-President never had a whisper of scanda States take a tougher line In Its for campaign workers and i In delivering it, he wound up public knowledge that he had
Johnson headed! ,into:_ he anywhere about him." foreign policy and he attacked unreel into/ public pep rally., with "and Matt McCloskey." been arrested twice on morals"
Midwest today ion a three-state The comment came In a brie f the Johnson administration for Coldvyater. remained on the leaving out the last four words. charges. '
campaign swing that calls for speech to several hundred persons what be called "the Insane policy topic of foreign policy in his i

three political speeches, three at Phildelphla Internatlonal I' of strengthening an enemy speech later at a 1lo0-plate!
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motorcades and a visit to for .r, Airport before,leaving o n who has vowed to bury us. dinner at nearby Pikesville'
a motorcade to nearby Wes t't i The Soviet'Union may have lore than 1000paid"forthe
&
mer.President*w '.+*;,JHarry\ .;#.Tynan. Chester, /had a band JR.developing;thee > iinner'.and. .several hundred Like TheAmeritan
tookeff: from-Washington Gotdwater announced on th nuclear .device exploded 'l last mores at .the,rear :of. the il
He
week by the Chinesd.'Reds, ,
plane from Washington that h e armory.The .
at 10:M .a.m, EDT, with his Goldwater saId.
I
funera
attend
first scheduled at the Ak would private senator hit again and
stop He said he strongly disagreedwith
fo
Thursday afternoon r
ron-Canton,Ohio,'Airport. r services President Johnson's niter again at the administration's Way
In New York!
I the late president foreign, policy, declaring that
Johnson had planned a speechIn 9 He postponed until next wee k; pretation of the Khrushchev "even the Central
Intelligence
Akron for today, and late sched_ overthrow.I .
'{ Tuesday night added speeches uled campaign In Cheyenne appearances, Wyo., Ine I don't agree that there will Agency has reports below that our the prestige peril-
dipped
In East St. Louis,III, St. Louis, Las Vegas, Nev., and will fl y be any continuation of the Khrushchev lnt" Of Doing Things!
Mo., and a visit to Truman In direct from New York to Sa n I line," he said. "I believe po _,__u
a hospital In Kansas City. Francisco Thursday night it will be a tougher line laid
1 'Johrtsoh told newsmen a few The Republican presidential I I down by the men who get along JUST QUALITY MEATS RESPECTINGyour
AP WI""",,,,. M the Mm the Red Chinese Communists
weeks agS>> he wanted to drop In nominee said, "Yesterday w e with
on Truman one'afternoon, but Husband lost I remarkable American. A: ," LEAN. MEATY PORK fellow-Americans
that was: before the former Looks OnMrs. man who took all the abuse h Goldwater added: "This Is ( Not trying to smear them!)

I president suffered two fractured could take, abuse that wasn'et!: going back to something more STEAK Lb. 59c
ribs and cuts to a fall. Barry Goldwater stands In front of a huge his. like the Stalin days" HELPING LESS FORTUNATEwith
The President had planned i togo photograph of her husband In a position that makesIt
the GOP presidential candidate I H* said that Hoover was president Johnson, In his television PORK programs for the poor and
appear peekingover
to SI. Louis later In the week.
In a time "when the wcrld speech to the nation Sunday I helpless.
hIlt wife's shoulder. Mrs. Goldwater for
The White House said he had posed ROAST 49c
went Into a depression" that h e night noted that "the men at Lb.
revised his schedule to pay the picture during her visit Tuesday at the head- ( Not truning your bock on them!)
President quarters of New Yorkers for Goldwater and MillerIn could not head off. the top (In Russia) today are ,
to former
respects to attack on the the men he (Khrushchev) pickedfor SHORT
New York.City Shifting an
Herbert Hoover f ho died Tue. _- -----... -- .. Johnson administration, Cold, leaderslp." And he said RIBS A BETTER EDUCATIONfor
In New York Johnson also 39c
day water said, "I get a little sickat that "the new Soviet government Lb. your children

eliminated scheduled political Thursday appearances I In j Observe my stomach when I see' has officially informed me: ( Not condemning them to a jobless
to to explain the ri s- LEAN GROUND
people trying future!)
Memphis, Tern, and BaltimoreInstead
crime rates" and the r.
ng'
on that day, he plansto violence In the streets.He .grossing High Set BEEF 3Lbsl39)
attend a family:service for I SEEKING PEACEin
said that disrespect fo !
Hoover at New Yprk's St. Barthnlomew'i UN
Day Friday the world .
dow
Protestant.. law and order "trickles In Voter 6-OZ.
Episcopal
i ( Not reckless threats!n
( cl1 ii b: Friday afternoon from the top. FILET .rn shouting )

the President win be at Wash- Interfaith and interracial ef-. a public meeting Friday nightat "We must have Impeccable I MIGNON ,loch I At
to have the respect RegistrationTALLAHASSEE
ingtonV Union Station when tJle forts for peace through the United 8 at the First Methodist leadership of ," he II Vote To Preserve
all levels government
late president's body arrives In Nations will be the theme of f at t I ALSO ASK FOR
the capital from New York. UN Day observation here Fri Church.; aid. (AP) DeLooch's Private The American Way-
On nU first atop today, Johnson day. Dr Jeffries conducts speaking This was Goldwater's second I spite the all-time high set De-I StockOF

rides in a motorcade from I Dr, William M Jeffries, direc- tours, workshops and seminars campaign trip in the Philadelphia voter registration this AGED WESTERN
the AIIro-.CaDIoD.AIrport to t tor of the Peace Education for peace groups throughout the area. more than one million residents I It T-BONE and Vote Democratic!
Memorial Hall of the Universityof 'Program of the American Southeast.Mrs. He was scheduled to meet t of the state failed to register, PORTERHOUSESTEAKS
4 Akron for a speech shortly friends Service Committee, with Cov. William W. Scranton. and cannot vote In the Nov. 3
p, R. McIntosh has
arranged : eneral election.
before noo .''' Durham, N.C.wiI..I.::- .. .. k at a musical of Scranton, who opposed Gold- I Elect LYNDONJOH'NSON
Next stop: Kansas City, to I program water for the presidential nornUatkm t Secretary of State Tom
visit Truman! He plans to be, songs by the Lincoln I High at the Republican National Adams reported that ,500,468 DeLoach'sOLDFASHION

1 there an hour and a half. Woman Hur School Glee Club and soloist Convention, willintroduc.I persons were qualified for the ,
Instead! of returning directlyto (( Rosa Mae Dennard. the Arizonan at a rally tonight Nov. 3 contest. I -
Washington,'" he had originally J In Philadelphia. I
planned, Johnson flies t o In CrackupA I Parlmal'J.. Mehta, a graduate Cold water also has speeches i The Democratic registration Meat Market DEMOCRATIC MtADOlMKTIKI
Scott Air Base, Belleville, pharmacy student at the University during the four years climbed
Fol ve scheduled at West Chester andUpper i 3448 W. Univ.' A...
of 120 SI lit AVI. PH. M 2.""
I Florida, will\ read The
from 1,656,023 to 2008764.
Ill. He travels the 25 miles from truck car collision at the and
Darby plans a motorcade -
Phone 378-2316 .
<(< dv Dim. Cem",1
native Indian poetry by a 10th climbed pd AlKh Co Coma.
there to...East .St..Louis by.mo Intersection of State Road 28 through South Philadel- Republican registration I
torcade. and US.. m near Orsjn g 'I tentury.writer. t ; from 338,340, to 458,156 while independent I' -

After a short speech to a rally eights Tuesday nighi'sent aGainesville 1 United Nations Day celcbr phla.AI 10:30: p.m. EDT he win and minor party registration -
there, Johnson files to St Louis woman to the hos- lions climbed from 22,223 to
are sponsored by the speak to the nation via the ABc. I
for alpeech at the War Memorial pita! with broken ribs 'and In- Gainesville Chapter of the association TV network on recent' international 33.548 :
i tawl a motorcade.. through emaj l jitrIe,.'th( 1,10; I 'rid a (UNA). The program developments.After 'There was no breakdown Of i GRAND OPENING

downtown St. Louis. Highway Patrol reported his year, under the chairmanship the networks and the the voter registration of whites

Then .he 'flies .back to WashIngton Marjorie H Brown, 1334 NE0th of Dr. Emmanuel, Gitlin, Federal Communications Commission and non-whites. : ..... j
I : St., was In fair condit I Ion will be the fourth one In turned down GOP. demands continued'i '1 :' OF THE NEW {
at Alachua/ General today Gainesville, Democrats to outnumber
The White House press office Hospital according to public for, free time to match
said Johnson planned no out-of-- after her car was struck bya ,relations chairman John P en- the time given President Johnson Republicans in every, t *" r.
semi truck driven by 1 Robert county except Sarasota, where RECORDSHOP !
town appearances Thursday Sunday night, the Republicans
rod.The for several the COP has TOP TUNES
B. of Johnson
I Hensley years
except for attendance at the United Churchwomen bought time on ABC., .
I City, Tenn been on top.
Hoover services In New York.I .
of Gainesville, the League of Goldwater spoke briefly on
Trooper Fred''Sowell s .1 I dMrs. In Pinellas County where ,
Women Voters, the International -foreign policy Tuesday night In
Brown's auto, headed easton GOP candidates have had their NOW LOCATED AT
Boost to Iron Relations Division of the UF an off-the-cuff speech to Republican -
State Road 26, pulled Into Faculty Women's Club and : campaign workers. in a greatest success, there are HI;:
1119 W. UNIV. AVE. (Next )
th4 path of the truck, whichwas some local churches also support Baltimore hotel. '85 registered Democrats to' to Donigon's

Ore Industry 301.. The'truck proceeding smashed north on 1 Into U. S. UN Day. He said that with the ouster of 01,998 registered Republicans. I Thurs., Fri. & Sot.y Oct. 22-24, 9 a.m. to'9 p.m:
:
NEW YORK (APJ-New and ;the right side of the. car; de N''' ...... ..... '..... -,. '.. sv-.v. ...... -.
Improved mineral'.processing I olUhjng It. ,''r."V;! ; ,:I w.,. '; ,f .,. ,-. :...:.N,! fl.' tNt>. ." yF..r.ryvv,. ... f ,1 NEW LOW EVERYDAY PRICES

techniques will revive the. faltering I' Total damages were estimated :III'to ; 'I h' ''''f"'i; "' a!, : : t.J',;,( : ." "', ,

acing Industry domestic and Iron make ore America prod--I assisted, at $1,100 in the by InvestigationS Sowell. He was' by :' ,. .. : .xev 4': o ';;' -4e'vee' "i.,>,': r. : :, : Reg. $391 LP's. NOW ONLY $2.97 ,
: 7tl :
.. 1 ,
lets dependent on foreign I Lt. 0 Roberta and TrooperG. f+ .' C. ,, \ : : : :: I)1
tI .. 11' 1\. ,,, .... ,
'
mutes of ore, an expert has I C Winburn J' j '.1 t'q.t .. 'I' : <<. $3.97
.:;r.l. .. '< M" LP's.
predicted. Mrs Brown was charged with .. ", '" t \r < \ Reg. NOW ONLY I

I failure_to yield the right of. ay. 'vs. t('rf\.;.'\. ." ,' ,1 } "" ,
"Automation and control of :-; It I': 1.1 1
1& $4.97
d. ,
"J" 5" LP's. NOW ONLY
Iron
'lr
ore processing plants and FOR EXPERT t" Itr Reg. .
41l.t'IH '
> /t.lf"
newly developed 'autogenousgrinding' ; '
t. .
'Mt 14 f'
i techniques-use of TREE SURGERYCALL $5.94VISIT
rocks to grind rocks are giving ;; .H':' .L Reg. $791-2.Record, Sets-NOW ONLY

e a big boost to the steel In- ,. "I .

dustry," said Prof. Nathaniel FR 6.2661 .1 1'1' ;"< I THE LARGER MORE MODERN TOP TUNES RECORD SHOP
Arbiter of Columbia Universi .' .1 I
.-THE BETTER TO SERVE YOU
ty's School of Engineering and ".' .' T,.. t,. It I+ 1 1q I
Applied Science mining school.I C1y ".411' ,
Wick ac.ei.5 't. \ \" '\ t \ I
I"Thf .teellndustry'. mineral I De..II. T'.. ',' 'i"", ..<.<,: OPENING SPECIAL FREE LP
all',...' !
its '. h) ,, .(
processing la challenging the T'e.H". '. DIAMOND NEEDLES TO THE FIRST 50 i
copper Industry long a lead!' 5"11' ..
er In this field and promises c.lolIlI CUSTOMERS ;

to show new star lIng gains,"' Reg. $6" NOW ONLY j
he observed during the VTI International -I' tORIMET .' 497 NO OBLIGATION
Mineral processing One-Year Guarantee i
i TO BUY !
Congress held here In observance f
..NTWLergALew I
of the 100th
anniversary of 7
Doff? FORGET TO REGISTER WR !
'
mining education at ColumbIa' I OPENING SPICIAL l

v lvenlty: __ ,___I I 2 Greet "CeriteTRECORDINGS: $50.00 WORTH OF LP J''

1 ,,, ,' I ALBUMS OF YOUR CHOICE ;

WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE To Be Given Away FREE ',

Don't chance a heater that won't work -" I Teuton Voices AT CLOSE Of IUSINISS SATURDAY. OCT. 24. I'
Call today for our pre-seoson special! I
'," Of The Post" NO PURCHASE NECESSARY' -

and YOU NEED NOT IE PRESENT TO WIN. ) .
",.. t.n et 'Of 'V :.t# ; "
100 World's Grtot
a
HEATERS l .. : ; !t'. 1' ,.. SPECIAL PURCHASE t !

__ ............ :\ ..Jlr.1 <.:_, ..- .t 88 Major Labels LP Albums I


CLEANED We learned something from the big. boys.>> ONLY IA. Selected Stock

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i' Coll now before the ,first ONLY .',* not above borrowing a good, o bit !lee keodroom*w e not but bvt FREE OFF-STREET 166 '

cold snap to avoid fighting Ideo wh."...sea one. II boa woes doors IS to elf end.Mnroofih PARKING
o balky heater when the I Ideo eta itotkxi wagon with the !hot alidti bock for toil of ear and ten. o! I STEREO
temperature tumbles and 25 :, virtue i of a but wet too good 10_st. lilt. In ROOT of Store f WHILE THEY LAST

' genic men are swamped.. $5 Which li why the Vo iwcgM Siohon The is so much roo. bind. !tie VW. .
with emergency cathuCIRCULATING Wagon hoi to much to CO MOII. wild yowl think you're drMng DM cool thing.011I. USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
1 pl".TYPE' :i I ., bus... (....lIOIwIItft'ou..I..VWw.-. 'j'
.. Th. driver It way eA front, to lie cod Is onV ChM longer. AM lie WXin

i ,' ? ,HEATER CliUrto" ? ... 't..f" w..T. ... N.where lit'going s....

........... .... .. TIll seat'. w'to bad.Out of 0'. oy.Hiw. sot w.'v toon* .wire.
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.... ... ,..."" ... '- .r. windows tX around 121) kw.!vp.Ho ioiiwogoiHO *.tf*.f."*
);. ,! { t .. ......._ $0 MVbe .,., ....* ..

j mtus, 1 .";. n....... w.c.. .....,dIK. to. .
MIW.IflATIIS '* .ve pew....to atop to 1M.. TfcebJg boys Leased ........
Pftldi NOW ON
T VoftMooM SksfM Wage* tot fcw '!e,*;, .\, a; ...m. c V''i
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October 21, 1944 Cainttvill! Sun 13

Shoe Too Tight Ma'am? -

lit SPECIAL A&P For 105 Years We've Saved Money

Try Whittling the Foot! PINEAPPLE.CRAPEFRUIT. :|)For America's Families! Join Them During This C ; f


LAS VEGAS Nev. (AP) H. Dickinson said that It Is often

1'II' [ What madam, the shoe pinches quite painful. Drink
es! The answer: surgically shave
ease her pinched feet, down the heel bones. Dr. Dick
14-... Cam
[ medical science Is trying this inson reported 31 ca"es whore 1-Qt.

j technique: Saw off a little piece t"'" pumD bump symptoms were
I of foot relieved by this operation. 3/85
Two San Calif. orthopedic
Diego, -

j I specialists Orthopedic told Association the Western Better Value? I ;

'
\ meeting Monday about the sur WICHITA Kan. (AP) Does

gery. use enhance the value of me- Cut From Corn-F.d Porkers! "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN PORK
"It's battle said Dr.
a losing ,
chanical
gadgets A sign on a
Malcolm B. Coutts, "to per bulletin board at Wichita State
suede young human females to 1 University advertises "For Sale Whole
orit
1 w wear shoes adapted to the peculiarities -experienced, slide rule."
of their feet. They LOINS Either Half 59cn'I

would rather be dead than out
of fashion." More than 17 million trout are LB. .

Shoe-fitting problems sometimes I caught annually In C o lor ado
cause what doctors call:treams and lakes

"pump bumps" enlargementson
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO 1 "SUPIR.RIGHT" WESTERN PORK SPARE
the heels of women who wear REGISTER fiCTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant .. loclton MM. Floridloluloo jSffiSnM
or high heels. Dr. Philip .
pumps .
notice h hoary alva mifto
: uMonlgnM. Roborl L. M...... on Small Leon
COURT OP JHt COUNTY Wory I. Mookor doMf 0010.Solo. ,
IN THE. ALACHUA COUNTY. PLOHIDA t'M firm lumt. of Lynn Colllo.... 10 _- 10 And
JUNG PROSATI I. W. Mtfi ....... Oolnvonlllo Audi' R IBSrork.n Meaty 45C
7. ;o1 County. Ftoriao' bitondi to nolilor Oslo '
IN W.:I ii'. PMIFiP." Doc....... klltloui' ...... undor. IM "..,UMni tIM -- YEARS LB.
,
Tl ill Croflllori ond ".,-, ntvlnfClolmt olonmld llonitoOoiod tes te I I .
Florldo Will K hMy
ol OtHmvlila
or rMmonM Aoolmt' told' E11atlYou I of 0._, A.D.. 1N4. _
noil I
and toed ot you oro horoby .
(and ltd and danMds nwlrod whltll I* proiont.- M onv.IIMr tlolmiyou MI 57011[ R01IRTL 10 II. II l II MIIKIK.4, II ..-.......--- ._.__._-_.__._..7
I\1 Ih o aitoto ofI
POSY1 v agtlnrt
t! W. I. Ptilfcr., ooctoood. I.. of HUCourty IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP 'LOIIIDA. 1Super Right"West.
i" to .... County Judetol AloOiuoCounty EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Plorldt.' at liH" oHteo tl Wit FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. I lIWD
court hula a laid' County Otlnoivlllo IN CHANCIRV NO. WitABRAHAM SO" .,
.::,
.. wltwo .!IO moninifrom MOSELY.Pllttlllrf .
n,. tlmt. 555.I. tint 1PIIC NOM A n'"+ S"''r CYr.d Slkd ":Yp.hR b h5.' Slicd Wst.r 1..f ,M
I ....11 Hill to nollco In wrltln Soot, ond elolm....11 or Holt demand.... RUTNEL WALKER MOSELY With Tnll Coupon and Purchoia of PORK,
pioct of ,..,_ ond pott otiico addrou Dolonaonl' I i
of ttw clolmont, and, moll. or, / OUR OWN /4 LB. PKG. BACON
I by Hit claimant Ml parr NOTICE TO 011150THE
worn *
a50'rNy..1N any wen elolm' or do- ITATI OP PLORIAt i I Loot* T.o . 35e CHOPS
mind not oo III* onoil b* mid loch. TOl RutMl Wolkor Moialyct lint t. J.a. I.:MMCouponl I.
.
ouch Clam' bo food' m dupiKoit and Clortnct llmmontArlington
Good ,
too of '1.00. Ooorglo" Tbrtuffl Iotvnt. Oct M
occomooniod by a lllnfl I
O O OANOrond You ... Mroby noilflod Mal a Com -I Qtr. Port

Ai PATRICIA....010.V.. of WATERS tnt toil Will tndTosllmonl plolnt abovo"01.-.,..1111.you.bio Court boon by AbrabooMoioly Illod kitM &!........-...-...---....-..... : Loin 5 ,2 LI. 79'C iLl
of .. wlwroln bo Mono. a dlvorct andamor Slictdj" 7"ot CTN. .
W. I. Ptilfor docoo 4ICftUOOS rollof You oro noroby rtqulrooit 1
CAP.MICMAIL AtlorntytIII ma your wrinon aotomt la IM Complolnl -
I Pint AvonuoOolnoovlllo Plorltfo' ...'. a wltn copy tM of Clark oorna of won otld Court Plilnllfrt' /and. : c.
1 Pint 'publication Oclobor II. ItMOWI oltormy. KtrloM 1 C. Ho...". II WMUnlvortlty < 1 t 69t ,
,
10:II. Jli If II Avonuo Oolnoovliw Floridaon r SO- P11AID
or bUora Novombor o, IfM and HiWa I
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO Slant you loll la Nia your wrltiondotonio ,
IIOIITI PICTITIOUI NAME and tarvo.....uma.... S dart pro STAMPS
gnltna will bo SUPER RIGHT COUNTRY PORK Morton'i Froitn All Vorl.ry CAP'N JOHN'S BREADED UNCOOKED 2 LB Ion
MlItohjlot !
Punuont M oocHor Ml Of Pier WITNESS my bond ond ofllcl! bio Wltn Thl. Coupon and PHirchow of I
undarolanod. notko. ..Dorothy haraov Bird ajvon Ltrian Wiotna it this" Oinoivillo Jib. doy.otOctobtr. Alochua. ,County.... Florida. J CHERRY STAR LIGHT; MEAT Back Bone Lb. 59c Dinners 11.oz.i 49c Ocean Perch Portions 99c
doing'" bwtlmtl' vndor .... firm 01 J. I. CARMICHAILClork -o.. Can I pkgs.
Tho Casual' Woman ",llllrttt N. W. 13lh of Circuit Court Chunk Tuna 49eItoc '
ColnatvMla Alocnua County Pin Alocnua' County Florida' i
Ma, kitondt M rajinor: told liclllloutnamo I D puly CORN I, Jox: III4.MCoupon
1
; under lha artvlalom. ol Ihn IVi II Emily watarMuw II Otod Tkraufk laturday M PUUMROSE DANISH CANNED 211I. Con MORTON'S FROZEN MACARONI 0 CHEESE fRESH FROZEN HEAOCISS

atoratold Dated, II Itotota.If OalnwvltO'. '. Platds 1ft" JIll UAL Doputy) CIo,. : Canadian Bacon 1.99 Casserole 69c 79c
py s5 DOROTHY OCtobo 4.0.15.4.BIRO, LANSEN IJ4M II 7. ,.. tl. N 1I___....__. __.____ .__01 M.OX. n9t. 2 for Shrimp u>.

131131 10: ,. I. 51. "
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.r- DAL NOTICI ANN PAGE
NoI'co d Nn ntlal N mob. SpplIcal105.r
final dlocharaa and Ito IHWftholr 01
I llrnl' Maori fl homey thwl by
MARION I KINCAIO PODNiV CI N- SO- = :
LAID and. THI ATLANTIC NATIONAL
lANK 011.JACK50NVILLI JockMOvlllo relief pills '
'( Will: ,a*Plorldt'lollvtr to Klncold.Imcutan docooiid trndor, OP.tho bring II WIM Th.l. Cwpal SM PwAwa of KETCHUP 2 200Z.45c

nova II..... NMIr prlllten /or Nn55 N. WHITE RAIN 15.0.. Can
will nilddiiiretickidneys
clan and apply H Wit HawnNN i
.
H M McDanoid County Judto forAlocnua
I County, Pltrlda .In Mi Man Hair Spray $1.4'
ton of mo Court Houat M Oolnowlllo.Alochua "
County Pterldo .on tho Ith dry ta1YYYN I Cw fIaS55R"' Od.3ANN PAGE
of Novambor ItM far approval of MMpollllon
.f Sad. final..report..... ,N and laid for..tats flnol through the
Thii 'putilcotlMi ta ba puWlinad In '
Ooinoivina Dolly IM ann a wo far ,
tour conirrurlva.015110.LAZONSY DILL GRAHAM Sotclol: Jon Poikor 1 U>. S-oi. ;
, WILLCOX and ItKIIO.ly QUART 4t
L. WILLIAM GRAHAM Pineapple Pie
J Attamaya far tioctriortMM Each corns
( ) 10: 14, II,Ml II:4

IN THC CIRCUIT COURT OP FLORIDA, Ev ry Day Low Price. } Porkor IU. E-99cMAYONNAISE '
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN. AND !
LINDA FOR ALACHUA YAWN COUNTY. 'Pumpkin Pie Each !
Plolntltf UavfM atUni Of

/ ClvOftt' No. drinkuw ourc* of BIM may bud b* ......-.. _foil All Varltflti Am POOl I lilt. S-
CHARLES IL YAWN fill bUddw Minion-
DoIInd. II ,.,. w Cake Mixes 4 Pkgs. I LI. bIt3P9C
Diveici ..... and uMabii . Aad tf latflM llthti,
SELF lAG
NOTICE OP WIT RISING
.. TOl. CHARLES I. YAWN watai bMkMta,bo* SD.cel: Ann fog. oohelll 01' ,
tIC.... mllllOlllar aaIIII
"
Ttioatar
c-o lirono
I ; Alton, T.aw.... led.....dOOS54srd0E. Macaroni 2.-u. 37c
.
r, You oro mMIM Wiat Man ..... 01 ISDORIIUSI. eeesReost''t'ddNy Pkgl.
hoi toon Iliad by LINDA YAWN'In Ma $ Special! JANE PARKER GOLD OR MARBLE
..
Circuit' Court ot =
County Plan '
Wo .nor cornpMnl. aaalnat you and Wwtrno P1154 IpKlot' : Northam Rolls 1
rollof thortrn Prayed far a). I Rve.c0. DoIII'I Pills 2J.SM J 0575wo.d.rlldir ; Bathroom Tissue 35c

Tot N. tCa 5.11. ta command you It l
.flit. or your batora wrmtn/ Ills dofonot HO ..ta,,01 oold Non coma,, ICdoe IIIriIueII w ... .
POUND CAKE 1 t. 9.OZ. 49CTooth
bar A. D. It** and Ihol you iholl Ih.O.fan Itft4JDJ Ialss: "'j .lollkus.r lov* at A&Pt! D.nll-Klii I S Large Tubs
..
.
1 an. A ON"NM,. SIbsons.day. at No.vombor : 111...... 2-n., LOAF
copy of Paste 99c
..._ If .
tu
your any an lortm ftunroll s3AtlObmd
tit .. E. Pint. ..... Otlnoo.vino .
Florid* orHmovt far pioinilH' and
Immtdiotoiy Nwrotnor Mia tho arlaMMIn '
I other 1 my afiica of Ma. Utan tbava talon a aUcrw fa simply pro can.fouo wtfh. :ti.... ;''' LUSCIOUS GOLDEN RlPEBANANAS URGE FIRM RIPITOMATOES"
......
will bo tMartd you aaWltnon .bqpp I
.
..
eerdina II :isUlam.bovs
my hand and tool at our for ,.,..
Circuit Court WW MIl *<<
day ot Oclobor GSO: i9I
A. D i INC E. CARMICNAEL.ClssI :... a.! 3-29 -
\ of Circuit Court rum Sod.jISPECIAL
ITOM iAJRWILLAitomtvt
, for Platotitttil
I..I PlrM Itroatvi Dou) JUICY RIPE lARTLITTPEARS LARGE JUICY FLORIDAGRAPEFRUIT'
Emily wtttrntMar
... .1..11I... ,....... ,
, Ootf) II I ...tl. M

w SALE 2 Lit 29" I 2 POR 29"



circulating oilQUAKER FRESH SWEET TOKAY ALL ..UI'OSIGRAPES



I I I'' 55,000(. BTU 2- 25APPLES 4 BAG LI. 39"ChkUn


: with .10-ytar guaran-

I tin on the fi,.. pot and

vapor:rings. of the Sae Light $...Kist light Mist WlMMrM/ 1-t*. leltlt ." "... .. !till U All
49c Tuna 35c Itoiion Dressing' 39c ::: :::'.."""'"
6'/s .
Tuna 9V4-or. can -oz. can ..", ,,,,. ... ,,,,,,,

HEATSONLY ........ rp5/1111wa I.LIg.. Froz: Oonub 10-oz. 390 s JJ 'f.W.Oltineg .

$ 5.1-Ib.'290 .Klltn Kitty. .... 39c T... Tit /paten Itl..... son .. ..'AVt.ca. .. .tbn

11pp1 Juice ,,II. /43c .... f '.M.
Sore LM 'ro.." Ltpron Tomato Vaflttabl '1IIUy c''N Tula.. .

r Mix*. 37c 1 Fen '
$7285, Pound Cake 12-o1.79c. Soup u. Margcrini .. Hb.27c C/1.G ..t'y P.M.GREEPI .


GIANT GREEN GIAN t AUNT NlLUI'S"CICLID APi PAp DEL MONTIPineapple WOo SHORTENING

.. "' _I : ; -J JTMriMItd Mexicom Peas with Onions Sliced Beets Vanilla Extract Juice Crisco

C.ntroll. .d $$swr ... p.;..d .$IS

12-ox.con 23c 17-ox. con 29c 1.Ib. Jor 2Sc %- bottle 39C 46-01. con 43c 3./Ib. eon 79c

.5-", 10'k. DOWN

Oil Drum' JIFfY CHCALPost CWMUJJTMINfO SANDWICH SIZIBaggies BLEACH ACKITS DfTMCIMT


and Stand 12 Menthe T. Pay Pop Corn Tens Baby Food Actiongionrilzo Trend

55-gol. steel l .large ".. g>*nl .!..

dNm'r Sturdy ttttl' styles u--of.,.",.famous, sizes brand end 5-ox pkfl. 29. 47c 6 >an 65c box 0'so 29c ; 0/C 2 fot 39c 49c

stand ..,. VAn >looters ,to choose from.
r- UA04Clorox MICHNUT STRAINCO NIP LMS HI-C REGULAR ROYALPuddings DITEHCIMT
c.Mgry -.1. -

hbInO frftmgtG end. W. felt ....... Baby Food Kitty,6urgers: Fruit Punch J Fab

>*npl Ie iplCENTRAL

if atOlldf HEATING go>. 63c 6 >Jors 6Sc 2 I5YJ-ot. COni 29C 3 46- =. cor. $1.00 q: 2 for 23c 20c off King Size 1.15]

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fIR IS'nMATliI ooaroooGravy Mruanr 0lAHSI' LIQUID OIANU UUNMYMTHCfNT LIQUID DCTWCINT

Train Suds A-Jax A-Jax A-Jax Trend
Super

; I I I I I IJ-a. fcottldj. ll.t. ......
J

I 't B. Bohannon. Jr.. 5-lb. bog 750 giant' 0'i=. 59c .: 2 coni 49c &-.. bortl 69C Mig size $1.35 l 29c 49CW.cI..ltcl.y I g

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Parties Aim Jenkins lan: BrilliantBy Concert Honors Cleva J. Carson ,I Iand


Ilroth Still Get
VERB RICHARDS I the pianlssiml were c o strolled change of piano and orchestraIn the orchestra had just triumph- niflcient job throughout the evening
Florida The University! of Florida Mu- lovliness. There were I the Salnt-Seans' number never antly emerged from the Prestoof .

t His Pension sic Department Tuesday night many personal touches ruba-, came near faltering the Concerto and became an To Maurice Hinson go our
I presented to a full auditorium los, dynamic changes and tiny 1 The orchestra not only did Its orderly hurricane with most deep thanks for an evening of
By DOUGLAS STARK Florida's statewide voting preferences .I WASHINGTON (AP) Wai- the University Symphony Orchestra little flicks of stressing, and part but added to the artlsts's startling single tones flying transcendent beauty. The audl- I

|TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Flora .. this year campaign ter W. Jenkins who resigned Edward Troupin conducting endless other artist additions. performance by the amazing from one section to another and erce gave him a standing ova
which has gone Republican managers for both major politi-, as with soloist Maurice This without ever losing that perfection of its own skill, as other impossible feats beautifully tion at the close of the concert -
i the last three presidentlajctlons c cal parties see the possibility of'an aide to President Johnson Hmson pianist in a concert Intense resonance his fingers for example breathless beautyof done. Troupln did a mal
has become a doubt-. capturing the state's 14 electoral 'after disclosure of two arrestson honoring Cleva J. Carson. seem to possess. I the strings' spiccato bowingIn
I state In the 1964 campaign- college votes with Just the morals charges will be eligible Miss Carson One expects agility of execution the Saint-Saens Scherzando 15501 FLORIDA.T Of CONDITION 0* TNa miT NATIONAL SANK OP eAINIIVIUI.

A :, well worth fighting for with right push.So for a government pensionbut was the early In a pianist but the flashing contrasting with the brilliant in..Wt II.,. of Florid., it Hit clow' of builnnt m October I. ItM "ubllth, **'
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II 14 electoral votes Florida has been given the the amount has not been guide and of the piano. In M till" RIM by eemptroiltf w tilt curnncy, wow ....IM all I,
t college endless runs both composers power U. S. ,..,.... ".......
1 Nearly every political observler full treatment. determined yet, a Civil Service teacher of Hin A Sun gave him were flawless in The orchestra's first number I .. anoint OOLUIS CMtl
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commission spokesman said C.N M K* will "h. butt, one cult Ihjmi IK ...
I and party worker in Florida Both presidential candidates son In the P. K. their scintillating radiance. Not Berlioi Overture to King Lear Hxikm .... .....KOC.U. ol. .. .. MUCTM
r .greet that the Nov. 3 have been in Florida. Tuesday. Yonge School Ileilew only that, he made the Mozart was done with much atmosphere UnIM, slain Omwnmwl MHg.tloni/ "..., w4 tu*,,.... IN.,
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t'' Selection for president will be President Johnson spoke in The spokesman said Jenkins and he escribes Concerto a creation of warm with delightful "was" ef- Obll,.,,,,,,, Of st.'n 004 peilllcW ...lIdlv''.'.... NM tt tny nMnml I.W.JI'
1 I ,; lose. Miami Beach before a union whose resignation was requested much of his I lovliness, which it does not fects on the part of the Brass, 0'...If. .FMwd.....,.. MKI igmcM OM and dMwilum "liKludln' ..It.........._.*M WBirltIM'

I Each says his own candidate convention and visited hurricane s- by President Johnson will be success to her. always have and followed con- but the whole number fillet 'Not M 10y re0050,1 nrportllwi. mt. .ft. .. by U. 11 '.<<10.,.If
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devastated Jacksonville.Next covered the retirement law He Is of the UnI-- Lean sod diK mn Ntt .. any 340'5hen': I0
will carry the state but each by a graduate ductor Troupin so Intelligently with romance. In the last selection 51.10 ...., U1211
/, adds "but it will be close." week Johnson will carry because of his congressionaland versity- of Florida and holds the that the furiously__fast "Inter ,_the Kabalevsky_Overture, OM.r ,05 .. 91.:1111':
his Democratic campaignback White House service. Master of Music and Doctor of TOTAL AISITI .,, ... ntJiioiS: :
Moat estimates of the margin to Florida. Musical Arts degrees from the ., .IIAIIIITICID .... ..
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nM<4 dwralh of Ml ,
Computation of the amount to MrHwnhlp <4 nrperillonl IXIHITTM
[of victory don't go above M,000 Republican Barry Goldwaterof University of Michigan. He Is Tln..54 ...1... dmultt' .. ,..,.$...... ptrtrartMpi swtorsor.nn.
I and which a former government i .
votes only few hit that FEATUREWEDNESDAY luiiun
a Arizona spoke in St. Petersburg employe would be entitled be- at present professor of church RESTAURANT OwMltl UslIAS nt.1.. OovtnwiMf .... .,. .,. .. '.11141J"
high. and Orlando. music at the Southern B a ptlst O.M.III cf lt..M ."d ,..1111.., tuMlvlllMil' ....... .., .... 4.M51UT1DMMlH :
cause of both congressional and M tMl ., ,. ..
I I Florida has gone Republican Sen. Hubert Humphrey, I executive branch service involves Theological Seminary in Louisville sod .."e.... cfwckt "tc. ..............,., .. ..... .. '.15 mitMlCtrtlllM .ItJ.l.
; Efor two main reasons. Ky., and president of the TOTAL III POSIT, .,., ,..,. .., Ut.llt.lt6.l
1. The intense cross-party pop campaigned In Tampa St.I use of two formulas, It Kentucky Music Teachers Association. SOUTHERN I (.) Toi" dmin4 *mniii ..... ..........." Hi,mmII
: Eularlty of the Republican candi- Petersburg and Miami. I II was explained. Employes of The concert was alsoIn (61 ToUl tIe >nd ...1".. dcpolIM. .. 11 HI m
I And Rep. William Miller R- Congress have retirement .. ."
date. I one Iwo ll.blllll.1 ., MDtllM
1 The Democratic contention N.Y., Is scheduled to deliver al plan and employes of the executive recognition of the Cleva of J.the Carson establishing Me- FRIED I CHICKEN TOTAL LIAIItlTiai .. TittHtM:
speech in Tallahassee Monday. branch and different CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
|that Republicans moving Into a separate morial Music Scholarship Fund. ComifWi ilAck*.ar VH'MI' pr lh.r 111.MN
\' Former vice resident Rich- one. VID WITH 1 VtOCTAILIt HOT UOU AN! IUTTII .. .h_ MllwlMd IN 00*.
Ida in vast numbers are ard Nixon who carried Floridaas Hinman's performance In his No. Harp ..iii.ndii Data ... ..... .. ..... 1KMOMM
eaisterlng Democratic to vote Republican candidate for on Individual pensions two numbers, Mozart's Piano ALL YOU JndlvlMd' prafltt ..?, ...... .. ""'...., tn,HIIMWVM .
the heavy city county andistate in 1960 usually is not made public the Concerto No. 9 in E flat major .. ........... A. 110.01010
Democratic primaries president' campaigned spokesman said. He said Information K, :?1, and Saint Saens Piano TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS w...... ""5.1'1.
F land are voting Republican 1 n for Goldwater in Fort Lauder- in the pension files of Concerto No. 2 In G minor CAN EAT TOTAL IIAIILITISI AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................,*M.M .MI HI.
I dale, Tampa and St. Peters- l,ron Mint./ Vic. Pr..,dMil 4 CiUiiir. II IK* .Mv. nxnM bone d* MrbeNI.r.
the national elections.In government workers is regarded ,op. 22, was most outstanding. Hill tMl ,...,. *f CMdltlM' HI tru. *<4 .,.... M Ml* Mil *l myIMWKdW
the 19S2 election Dwight burg. as confidential under *n4 bMIf., .
existing I Ella forte
passages were sparklIng Served from 4 p.m. H I p.m.
Mrs Johnson rode lyrM MllllW '
(Eisenhower polled 544,038 votesto a LadyBird regulations. with clean cut tones of exceptional .. 1ti. uniMriijnH dlrwtarl liml .... nrrMtnni *f fill ***"< *f congltM -
| Adlal Stevenson's 444,036. In Tallahassee Special to railroad Pensacola train making from- brilliance. The melo- LIGGETT DRUG 1 STORESGAINESVILLE I 'and*.......,..MIM. ih.i II n tnif h.one. 0000 c rrKi.>>.mii,"*d IIy ui sod I* th* 00,0 *f wriiwmlMg

|the 1951 election, Eisenhower Cook Kin Back dic lines were sharply definedbut c. i. Ow""IM
?polled 143,149 to Stevenson's old-time whistle stopping : dressed with sheer beauty SHOmNG CENTER .ey L.T. Purvli Owl Dlnctwtlm
480,371. And In the 1960 election, campaign speeches along the -
PEARL HARBOR AP-
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5 Richard Nixon polled 795,471 way. .
\votes to John Kennedy's 748,700ft Sen. Strom Thurmond, a u. S. Navy Captain James J. r
South Carolina Democrat who Cook Jr., a 10th generation descendant ) ,
Curiously, this came about (o11/ Jf
f.with only a few hundred thousand -turned Republican, spoke for of the English navigator >

I I ,,, registered Republicans on Goldwater in Gainesville. who discovered Hawaii, ,., / ))
,|the list. This year, the Democrats And former Sen. Harry Cain has been assigned to the Pacific O-- .

,; totaled 2,008,762 voters, of Miami, a Republican from Fleet staff at Pearl Harbor.

I the Republicans, 458,151 Washington State, has been The original Captain Cook
,; Regardless of the reasons for campaigning for Johnson. was killed by the natives. I "IIIJIII PlCESM


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To Convene Here II SPANI E TS1 FROZEN FOODS


I Teachers of mathematicsfrom Teaching demonstrations by MOS BIRDS EYE:
all over Florida will hear closed circuit television will be U.S. GOOD 0 CHOICE BEEF AU 10... Pkl'
talks from top experts in the featured at the elementary and CHOPPED BROCCOLI MIX 1M UP
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field here Friday and Saturday. secondaary levels.
They'll be attending the fall ANY 2 FOR
Among those making presentations CORN SPINACH

conference of teachers of the mathematics University -. will be Dr. Robert R. .IEAUr'RJL' I STEAK .. . . . . . 79 *' ,
sponsored by Davis, director of the Madison BUT MIX VEGETABLES 39-
of Florida College of
Project, a national program I

j Education.A slate. of. IS nationally dealing with elementary methods.'Demonstratlol1l mathematics cEADLYV i iAtIIIIItII CHUCK f' .. 'Is FORD HOOK OR 10 .!. P...

recognized consult an'a and teaching BABY LIMAS 2 for 55- C
by Davis win 5
teachers will give talks andI II II 305.,110 STEAKS1.. :! L. .
be at t a.m. Friday In Room :
teaching demonstrations at the s ,,_ MR. 0.-9 ei. Pkg.FRENCH.
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conference which Is designed to t,11110.nen w ee.sin. 4' \ '. ,,;
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Teachers of the of Florida Mathematics.Council :of that younger children 10101...,..... /w..1.l 5 10100 a t Mat M//. I ROAST . . . . . . : 49f.WINTII PIES '3 for 1.00FRESH
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Members of Company B. skills, so children should be STEWING '
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187th Tank Battalion Gaines given as much method and con- LOSIDAC . L..
ville's Florida National Guard tent as possible In discovering ITONYIOL
unit, are participating a drive patterns. CHEER
i to collect clothes for the needy. The first general session of I
\ The entire guard organization the conference will begin at a eaaaleM CePh.n. I
from all over the state are FRANKS.31.00
1.30 p.m. Friday to Wilier
I J participating In the drive from Auditorium. Presiding will) be 376.2661
Oct. 19 23, to assist Save the Daryle May vice president of I 59c
Children Federation.
the FCTM. ARMOUR STARSLICED
The local unit, according to -
l Lt. Kurt Woelfel, Is taking conJ BACON '49' (h".O.rt)
, \ tributions from the men In the . *. _
unit. NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY CLOSES SOON

4 With the need for clothing I FRESH EXTRA SPECIALS
more desperate than ever before

the Florida Guard units COUNTRY MILL
are serving as sponsor for the PORK LOINS tti ., While 59 ,..
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Anyone in the state may helpIn FRESH MADE PORK OIL MONTI

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clothing to the nearest Florida PAN SAUSAGE 49 L.. SNOWDRIFT .
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YORK (AP) All Jack .
Smith and his fiancee Kathleen change listings In the Telephone Directory. And ? ( '

Stephens, wanted to do wu look temember-additional listings for members of :

at some engagement rings In your family or Arm may be included for Ltttomtraowt. POTATOES, . . . 3-29 f'
the shop of Jeweler Ed m n n d .. MEADE
Coleman.But .
while they were looking at LARGE CRISP
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rings two gunmen walked In.
handcuffed Coleman and took in the Yellow Page the beet way to tell LETTUCE19* N,

Sniih with the.n as hostage. A people how to And you.Smart Shoppen heed the

sharp shooting patrolman advice to "Let your Angers do the walking. .

wounded the two and South- returned Bead the ada... Lean the facts .. Find It fast STAYMAN

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II .w 'Ex-Stars' Trying to Shine .Again for

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I ,. r+s By ROB WOOD 62, who danced and sang his where the Democrats claim the movie seta with;Shirley In Oakland recently, supporters ger 'issue, 'against"'Salinger In.Callfornl1t ..
stages to a front office job, is their greatest strength, said, "I: Temple and Ginger Rogers, left staged a "Swinging Affair with emphasis. '
fa' SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A believed to be narrowing the figure is closer to 4 per cent and the bright lights to become a with Pierre" at an old Lakeside Besides the.carpetbaile
one-time movie musical star by election day it may be 'flip a vice president. of Technicolor mansion. issue, the bracero' program
with a warm Irish charm and a "
former presidential aide with a gap.The Los Angeles Times reported coin and take your choice. Corp. On the top floor was a groupof where U.S. farmers hire Mexican
He began flirting with politics. folk singers, on the main immigrant labor has 4
Clair for showmanship are recently that the latest Salinger, a onetime newsman
and served as a GOP national floor a Jazz band, In the basement :slipped into the picture.Ilnge' .
locked In a close and bitter confidential polls, "the authenticity who migrated into government
l investigator convention delegate In 1948, a record player rocking is 'on the recordagainst
campaign for a V S Senate seat of which Is unchallenged by service as a staff
1952, 1851.and as s'ate Republican with the Beatles, and on the the Murphy
California. for Senate subcommittee program.
from a on
I both sides, show that Murphy chairman for time. lawn combo of
labor racketeering, advanced to a short a tooting some ,calls for Its continuation,,or. a
Democratic Incumbent Pierre has moved within IIx.,percentage -press secretary for the ,late Salinger sells his Democratic the, old favorites. ,Four bars :suitable!replacement.?

pR Salinger, 39, an energetic, cigar- points of Salinger." President John F. Kennedy and philosophy with a hand-waving. were' in operation.For :..The' other'I prjme issue'Is, an
puffing, hard-sell campaigner, for President Johnson briefly. finger-pointing approach. He is Murphy, the campaign
A writer from San I Initiative measure calling for
,, is listed by most political observers political convince the sessions ,
He has been a US senator attempting to voters are, more dignified
of law
I repeal a state against
as a slight favorite., Francisco, a section 'athi( state '
since July. he Is a candidate( with experience more sedate. discrimination '
I racial in housirg.:
i MURPHY Republican George Murphy way from the Hollywood soundTodaiInHistory 'GOV.:" 'Edmund C. Brown" and influence, I ,Robert F. Kennedy, the manresponsible Salinger says vote no. Murphy :
appointed Some of his statements, much for bringing. Saling refuses to take a stand. SALINGER
Salinger after the death of his diction most of his movement er uuo government lervwe' aa *
Rich MoreNumerous I of Democratic: Sen Clair Engle are carbon-copies of,his I subcommittee investigator, is

j Salinger, ''I .chubby, S-foot-7 old boss-John F. Kennedy being' called responsible forSalinger's
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10'' ; with a Santa Clam smile and a He consistently tries to stamp I decline In the senatorial -

If Not RicherNEW By THE ASSOCIATED,PRESS Ten yean ago-France and stomach 'to match, won two Murphy with the Sen. Bar ry race. :: .Sugar makes
Today la Wednesday, Oct. 21, India signed an agreement contests to bem.the( ) Democratic Goldwater brand. Four of five authoritative / nnergykreak
YORK CAP) The rich the 295th day of 1964 There are transferring four French enclaves candidate one at the Murphy uses the soft-sell,, Southern California sources I II any break an
mayor may not be getting 71 days left In the year.Today' in India to' Indian sovereignty. polls,' the other in court. talking quietly, unhurried and I consulted by the Associated
richer, but certainly are
they in : Press agree the carpetbagger
highlight history
more numerous.A tie knocked off popular State mixing easily with the crowds.
getting the thorn in
Issue is Salinger'sside.
On this date in 1879, Thomas Five .
years agoThe United [ !
study disclosed that the Controller Alan -Cranston by He has avoided embracing .
Edison threw a switch In Menlo -
Nation General Assembly voted
number of US. families with 140,000 votes in the Democratic
Goldwater, disagreeing with the '
Park, New Jersey, lighting A prominent Democrat who 1
and a resolution, 45 to 9, deploring
of
annual incomes $25,000
I primary, then won a lawsuit GOP presidential candidate on
\ the ,first Incandescent electric the of human asked not to be quoted by name
suppression
up nearly tripled from 1954 to lamp. challenging his right to serve in civil rights and foreign aid is said, "I think it's closer than It
based rights by the Red Chinese In
1963. The study, mainly I
I On this date Tibet. California.A sues. was but I believe Pierre still is x
on Census Bureau figures, Ironically, It is Salinger who ahead. The thing that's hurting .y HQ
Columbian
number of families In 1892, the World's native of San Francisco,
showed that the One year ago-Fldel Castro has him is in New
the
formally showmanship approach. Bobby Kennedy
Exposition was Salinger bad been absent from .
earning $25,000 or more demanded an Immediate end to "
le has campaigned in a helicopter York.
annually rose from 168,000 to dedicated in Chicago. It opened .' the state for nine years and was
the U'" economic blockade of an automobile, an air- The Democrat said Kennedy'splunge
following
to the the
474,000, a gain of 113 per cent public Cuba. Washington turned a registered Virginia voter. plane, an outmoded narrow- into the New York Senate -I
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Wednesday, October 21, 1964 \ office and a great Florida football team.
So what happens It would appear they got them both the r.r' I
same week. The post office opened Monday; the Gators

.. made the Associated: Press' top 10 list Tuesday for the first
time In history.
f The port office win be around a good many years. Whether

GBS .. Hd.,..va or set the slay la the top II Is short *r of longer dunlin Y Y '6t
'Up'.For : r win be known by late Saturday afternoon.I .
like the statement Gator assistant coach Don Brown madeat '
last night's Gainesville Quarterback dub meeting. He
.said "This Is a good week to do something about that .
reminiscence: of the IBS team. Most of the people who

Big M N ti} "t rid+ + remember that one an dying off. It's time to create a new M
image of Florida.".

And so It Is.
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\ 'Bama Has the Horses
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Contest ... l '. A lot of people are wondering about this 19(4 Alabama
( ,. aggregation. Outside of quarterback Joe Namath and his DAN KEARLEY (L) AND PAUL CRANE

\' .. understudy Steve Sloan they say they don't hear much of .they're lop Tide linemen
the Tide.
The players are In good phy. son and fullback Eugene Don't be muted The Leroy Jordani, the Darwin Holts, Hudson Harris and Ray Ogden. They're big, strong and
Ice! condition and the spirit big! I Branch.1 1i r ., etc., are around tough. Ogden Is M, 217 by way of example. He's the exJeiup -
,at Gainesville High accordln i Ga, star (coached by ex-UF assistant John Donald
'BadHabhbd Gator coaches know full well that Tide linemen Paul
to Coach Jim Niblack. Niblack son) who couldn't get Into Georgia academically after taking
.The Hurricanes who rests I said halfback Brian ; a Bulldog scholarship, was released from the rant and
,up last week with an open date, Hipp who has .been a standout greeted with open arms by Bear Bryant of the Tide
j 1: battle' powerful Chattanooga: all season, currently b bobbling 4 :an Mtvr

Central Friday night In a big,, with a pulled thigh muscle 29 Experienced PlayersDon't
.bomeeoming game. and hb playing status Is uncertarn. .
jWr Niblack said hb troops had if .. ian ill ever think for a moment even half a 'mo,' that
f{good scrimmage Tuesday with: Santa Fe went through a de Alabama doesn't have excellent football players.
.|'Wefense the highlight He single I fensive scrimmage with sonic ,, There are 17 seniors aad 12 Juniors oa tbs ctrrent squad.
,1 I linebacker Jerry Grier and I offense against dummies Tues That's a solid kackgreaad of oxperlesce. 'Bama Is playing
\ put safetyman Jimmy Culpeppei, day.Coach few ............ Bryant sabscrlbes to the eld Jock Sutherland
: for their defensive work. Charlie Roberts considers (when be coached Pittsburgh axiom i The best time
l't On offense the GUS mentorI. Friday's test at Fernandina Crane a center; and Dan Kearley a tackle, art two of la play. sophomores b when. they're baton.. .
praised the running of halfbacks ., Beach to be one of the best around. Before the season, 'Bama thought tackle and end were
AI Giffen and Mike Gib the season's most rugged. assign High Spot of Relay Win Crasw perhaps was the best TIde Ibmnaa a year ago quite strong spots guard a bit weak end adequate. Quarterback
ments. when the Caters pott the Crimea B. was a atpbemerethen. of course, topnotch; halfbacks, good; and fullback
"We're trying to get up for Circled ia baton towed high Into 'the air by Bob He's better .... Kearley was '.....'. original UN ditto.I .
Tulsa Star the, big one," he aaid. Hayes of United States) (and Florida A A M) after choice ....-...., for AD-Anericaa laurels. said Tuesday the Caters would have an edge In kicking
; Roberta singled out linebacker he broke the tape to win the 400-meter relay in End Tommy ToDeson. remember Us name caught eight Brown hastened to disagree In his scouting report.
and right guard Frank Taylor world record time of 39 seconds flat at the Olympic passes In a recent Tide win. That set a new 'Bama mark
m Back of Week, for hb standout play In Games In Tokyo, today." At left la B. Savehuck of for receptions. Hell probably be NamaUTs favorite target They Kick You to DefeatHe
practice along with end I Ranla (fifth); Hayes and st right. Poland's W. Dud- Saturday.

By BOB BARING Charles Davis and Loub Feele. sink (second). See story on pate 18. Certainly no.__ Gator fans__n_ have -foraoit--.-..-.- such hacks I u said the kicking: game b a weapon that helps Alabama
3 TULSA. Okla. (AP) "I hid win. "It's uncanny to see the way they drive the opposition
Forrester Out back Into a hole with their kicking" be said "They
\1; a lot of help In that Coach
i Dobbs, the receivers, the otheijwys r The Rebel mentor also pointed Is pick up 10 yards on t the first exchange of punts It more
'i. even the defense." out that ace guard Jim Recruiting Georgia'sMajor ; Workn on the next; first thing you know you're In trouble."
( Forrester definitely will be out ( ators paddy Freach b '.....'. kick r. Ha'i a goad eae R.'. i
I That was Jerry Rhome's com. for the remainder of the sea among lbs aatba's best averaging ever 4t yards per ef
ment today about the record Problem ) Offense fed He combines with field goal. kicker David Ray to give
EavesRecruiting
seven touchdown passes N son.Forrester suffered an Injured Says the Tide a 12 feet la the deer. Ray leads the ashes. .la

+= threw for Tulsa University last back In list week'a gameagainst .. ... storing by kicking abae. 21 petals en sin at sevea Held
Saturday to win him Associate Green Cove Springs and goals sad 12 to 14 extra .......
I Press Back of the Week honors. was hospitalized. It was learned Is Georgia's maor all.Florida's a great kicking game. He said SecretlySecret The Galore will get long-distance punter Hal Seymour back
Tuesday that the 202- pound problem In major sports Saturday foe, Alabama the Tide's lopsided wins have for full-lime duty this week They may need him. '
If Rhome keeps getting help senior ,Joel Eaves Bulldog athletic di drew praise from Eaves resulted from defensive practice sessions b y
like bell write his In definitely would not beSophomore told the Gainesville pressure the of Florida Gator
that, name back. rector "You'll never see a "Bams player University How Ridiculous Can You .
national 'collegiate football Quarterback Club Ian night off.balance or missing tackle forcing mistakes by CM football squad Is leading to

record books three more times replace 'Forrester Charles Smith win Eaves spoke at the weekly *. They're always low to the Tide's opponents. speculation that Coach Ray I'd say the most ridiculous assumption of the week b In

before 1964 b over. and Junior Steve .Trnhjck on offense will ,'meeting at the Golf and Country ground at the right angle.! They Brown said 'Bsma's backs Graves Is cooking up some real a story written by another writer (and found oa pegs II)

Rhom.'aId'Coach Glenn take hb place on defense. Club. must go to class In that posi I are strong runners but are not trouble for highly-rated Alabama regarding the game.
Saturday. w Alabama N./ la the ales playing at ..... II b
The Georgia AD said the lion If they to class Eaves ,
new go
Dobbs set up plays to give bin P. K. Yonge worked almost break away threats. H. a a I d IhittaoAlabama
Craves said Tuesday N. 1 la total defense 1341
permhtbg only
basketball coll 1 wide yards per game.
a chance to break the 21yearold entirely on defense Tuesday and sewn, a new Coach Paul Bryant of the Tide
team Is ranked tops II Is No."S la geared defeats, albwbf III
record for most touchdowntosses had its first contact work since .baseball diamond and new all- Ray Graves, Florida head has spread his offense a bit Jail yards per
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In the nation In defense and ... Namelk Is Ike No. It Telbsoa b Salk In
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weather track will
In one game. His receivers the season started. help give coach, told of the Importance of more this year with varied formotions.
that he working on offensive receiving. b seventh la overall! Ike Tide
was
Ray scoring
faculties. pan ;
rate
Georgia .
32 of the 44 top the contest with Alabama He Still 'lama playaclose
grabbed passes Defensive Stan I lineups an effort to crack b No. I II fewest pt4.1. elbwed. fait 17 la five games, II Is
he launched "and even the defense "We're doing well In m I nor said the Gators would be readybut to the vest :
Coach Mike Gutierres the Alabama line. 1Mb as team string M.I and still, Ibis scribe
was per garnet
helped by trying to get the sports he said "but recruiting that It would take a sureme Nebble And.
pleased with the drill and singled rson Qull'te"1 Graves has /bad the Gators says be thinks Florida Is the favorite.I .
in football and basketball effort to topple the
ball back. out the defensive play of Tide. back Club president, working out behind locked fates don't smoke or I'd ask for a puff of that stuff too. I'd
The Rhome-led onslaught has halfback Steve Turtle tackles I our major task members are making a lOIn'I' since the first of the w e s k, Jike to dream. up a Gator victory Saturday, say by 19-7.
Eaves said Georgia'i rifle I Don Brown, UF assistant Tuscaloosa Saturday via writers. .
topped M points In each of the Steve Twedell and Kenny 0' barring even soorU
( I ten won a national champion- coach presented the scouting tered DC-I plane. He also !Informed
last two games-with Louisville Steen and 'end .Danny' Dennis I Alabama and Florida pesos. '
.the latest victim 5M. son. I ship and there has been talk report He said Alabama's success that there are no stray.undefeated records on the i line Claassen Picks
Gutierres planned to combine I I)f using that group on goal line can be traced to two tickets around for the UF-Tlde Saturday fa a bid for national ,
whaled the Southwest defense In rifles and, tremendous defense and claih.
4 Rhome, the offense and defense today I football points recognition and the Southeast- I
Conference m passing so s sophomore
and have light contact era Conference bad.
at Southern Methodist, Lincoln worked Graves said It was a real
on the specialists 'Bama Over UF
now baa good shots st two season .and took a look at the Georgia Team in Despair challenge to try and beat the
and one career record. opposition's offense. The Terriers Alabama Tide on their home
With six games left, be needs play field two running. The
strong Woodbine years By HAROLD CLAASSENAssoebtsd Before the start of the beaten
only nine touchdown tosses to' Ga. ((1-0)) Friday night on .the Gators won bat year 1M. Press Sparta Wrlttt/ Wisconsin was rated' a Big Ten
break the collegiate mark of 23 road. Over Linebackerblocking The only man on the Injurylist
Injury to TOKYO (AP) Can you title dsrkhorse. The Badgers
He has M completions this season .1 IIIftfw4 hhrslee. was halfback Jack Harper think of a better spot than UK I will be darker by nightfall Sat.
of 131 attempts
*. out Coach Jesse Heard said the recovering from a twists Japanese capital to use the tea- urday black and blue, that b.
of
\ toward the season standard THE ASSOCIATED PRESS end Southern. knee He was progressing. rap. ,
against
I Terriers received severs! By play ppl leaf method of picking this Southern California over Call
174.And W bruises In last week's game The loss of linebacker Pete Georgb's spltt-T and option Kicking Gesso Idly, said Graves, and poasthcould weekend's college footbe I fornla: The Trojans squeak
he needs only more with Ocala Howard and hope to Dickens for the season and the plays and kicking offense and Tennessee continued practice see action Saturday atTuacaloosa. games? The tea here b green through
set career ,
t, completions to a be physically ready this week. death 01. Us ll-yesrold girl defense. on Its kicking game >fa preparations 10 b any football forecaster Illinois over UCLA The Callfornbns -
record. Heard said ho expected' to friend baa put the Georgia football Alabama drilled fun speed on for Louisiana Mate. Rohn'0 K & P who b three weeks and 1,100 I spilled by Notre Dame
have comerback Eugene team at tow ebb. goal line offense and worked Coach Charley McClendon: was miles away from the scene of test week get a second straight

: George Cappe Dubose who has been out for "We didn't have a good practice hard on the Florida game plans well pleased with Louisiana Cop Matches action. look at Midwest power. The
the past three weeks ready ," Coach Vince Dooley said '"We haven't been real sharp :State's two-hour workout aad Just how green fIG be seen Illinois defense win decide.
High With 589 Frida,. 'I'IIeIda1."The team was naturally 1 mentally and physically: on the 1/had special praise for senior Bonn's Dairy' Queen defeatedJonesJohnson from bit week's choices which Texas over Ricer The Long
I The Lincoln mentor pointed down after a peat effort I tame day. this year, I don't I guard lieu PndhommePrudhomma and Klrkpalrickk showed only 21 correct picks fa horne start another winning
George Cappe of Farm Bureau out that chartered buses will against Florida State and the I think" aid Coach Paul Bryant"I worked bardar Plersoa wan from TtampsoaRefrigeration U declaims for a M average. streak with Marvin Krlalynik
showed the way fa the Mix. leave here Friday for the game toss of Dickens probably had guess that's par for t ecourse j and looked better than at anytime fa ..., heel ''That mads tilt season's figures the here.Syracuse.
,'. ed League at Palm Lana with great deal to do with the low I ." I since be has bees at LSU" matches. Gatoesvllb I High 171-71 for .... over Oregon Stale:
' 17..21.-.. 538. Bruce Purdy Cox morale. "We'll have to have as.other Tulane Coach Tommy O'Boyb I McCtandoa ..... "We got a J lot ,IehaaL ,Here are the next wmners: How did the New Yorkers ever
Ironwood Golf Course had MO Tourney great effort for Kentucky. I IU laid unbeaten but unranked.'.accomplished j and had plenty of R.'. triumphed It-U and Alabama ever Florida.: Everybody baa their opener to Boston Cot
and Ted Arnold Moose 151. Play Slated we're down against them I Georgia Tech "could be the I hustle." ll.lt Patty I IchaeO led In I knew that Abbama had a bge. Jim Nance and Floyd
Joyce Nachtrieb Moose led they'll push us III ever., they,toughest defensive team well Mississippi Coach John Vaugbt .cants. with II far ',Bae quarterback' fa Joe Namam Utlto give the Orange a ruggedonetwo

the women with 174-1I7-1N The II bob group at the field.- I nest all year." I I/had his team working oa .pass. ley Nester bid ..,. Nrsltebm'sasd 'I but the Crimson Tide's line has punch.
Nebraska ColoradoNo
Ml. Gay Arnold. Moose had ,GelnovOfa Golf and CountryClub Dickens wee Injured fa tileI I Auburn had/ some cheering,Miense, a deijeiHmeat fa wuLkOb Verdun sly ewe for been 1 a surprise.. A battle of mailer who! ever b qnarterbacklng
4M and Esther Van Leer. 477. wU start first round pbylursday same auto accident Sunday WWI when Coach Ralph Jordan 4 Mist b worst fa the confer .JoneWohaeon.Wrtpetrtck I masking powers.
the Hunkers the bam rolls
Cappe and Ted Arnold /had 211 Cox Trophy which killed his girl friend, I tald that All-America quarter 4 ence. k Person scored 1 Notre Dome ever Stanford: on
high games for the men while Use cotta.the Mary Jo Carey of CUrkmUJe. I Inch Jimmy Sidle who has I Coach Paul Devil of MImI 1 by !111 1M 1V4. Jon HaD Notre Dame's subway ...... and on." Tech Tulane
Georgia over :
Mrs. Arnold's 113 was best for The nine hob group will finish Ca. I Men hampered with arm Injures I slppi Slate shifted Buddy Hodges 1 1I had tl points la the three ,even those fa Tokyo are"chant. Perhaps the Tech Engineersshould

the women. playing the Dob* Adkfastourscy CaisOaOOcateElsewhere I since the opening game, cop I from right to left .balked-. ,games for the winners.The I Ing "It's like old limes. John. have stayed In the South-
Moose bad a 2441 series and and Junior golfers : fa the Southeastern I tears to be fully recovered. Jar I,I replacing Injured lophstaenMarcus lop Is seasored by the I Huarte blends power with passing eastern Conference a year longer
an 171 top game. Bob Brows meet Saturday at 12t: n.11I. for C inference, Kentucky workodlien Ian said Sidle probably soil Modem, the team's leading 'Gainesville Recreelioa Departttth I. while guiding the Irish and reigned as champions./
Ruth Cappe George Cappe ;their weekly .play.QMTTANOOGA. naas offense and defense Dae i.tart Saturday agalaat Mbskwi- j scorer. 1 mI.. Ohio Stale ever Wisconsin- Navy over Pittsburgh: A close
and Clarence: SeUn all made the
1-7 split while Betty Haley cow with Roger Stoubach' givingthe

Sloan.vetted 2-7-11 the M and HI and Bob I. TENNESSEANS FACE GHS HERE FRIDAY Middles a slight edge


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State football bam today Pounders, high up fa tones. Harlots. or running me but at any toe. )sleds cell eat Shelf and Sbwby Hooter .bad 471.

that Virginia Tech would lit''r__'. toy II high. school. 1+1 Raid I Back bee tad spectacular tempisting ,. touch- Mh/Mas lift.... who.....Is (II Mast sap* ,_.att and Maims Bwaaea and with havo paseffaak bks Norms Weseman had a 117 top

spoiling to upset them Saturdayat 1 ratiap, will bring an envbbb This'year Central to 4 1 1. VMS so far. tWaaa was a Mid dews rank porn* far a three ow scores eeeasee en I artly as en abeat bait of C. sims back sad bit mt and or .....

Bljckaburf. Va. record to Gainesville. Fie, to'bring .. No. Unfed Tollahassa ,hereto the victory ever Chat- ,one ..... helms b a dangerous I:raft tackles sack pa*. la Ileac 6ebekm w a tIIdIbId+ sweep Stilts rotted a 1772 serifs and
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against"They.."always Peterson. play said,wen remembarlBf ;lied the EMrricaaea r' '' 14-13 ks ks opener sad teas e. Jfaherd Jar what vets breaks way runner, tore go- I Said I It., ..... by IfceaM, and to run and Lewb Mae Decab HO bad made a M the I .game.I. 1*
right CJtII nearest Dsi9sj.Boaatt rebate} erne as be fee tape big M aa4 71 yards from scrtavBUS ., Tarry Cbampto* up middle oa draws power
that they beat mt Ceatnl'baa ant hat a feet- M later. m the bet two fa the Ant two Central "pve" till fwanden gaed pastvotoetba. ...... spat

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Safety nun. Jim Hasaey and Coach E. B. (fled) .. I ,Central wfl play I two team aired M buehdawas se oe as b Bats starless.I'p nd till Teaaeasea back of tbsxaoaML 'II d. Washington Senators, wed abet
center Jack Edwards, two starters ompued a One record again CHS. oftenche sod defeat of W and yard sad fate* .,., ....... weak M ...... *Bof Central has a good loflowlng+ ,id president Tuesday sight of
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II ] Hayes. Helps. U. S. 400-Meter ,Team to Olympic- Win'


rl i ByTEDSMITSAssociated leading total to 88, Including S4Hold. meters. Dyrol.Burleson,. the and Sweden's SUg Pettersson winner 'Will Holdorf diverted ites as the M runners set out on the fastest man has ever;covered America also got some medals -
s Press Sports 'Editor Russia, with only two full lean Oregonian who was the were still in competition, and an attention from the team struggle -, the flat course that started and the distance. f from Its sallorsand, boxers
left has 64 only of'a select U,S.: trio to cleared the heightShavlakadze ended before 80,000 people In the totalto
TOKYO (AP) John Thomas 'days of competition one between the-United States But Peter SneD, the master)and Increased its leading
once the world's premier including 19 gold. make the finals, finished fifth. and Pettersson and Russia Tuesday, so did the Olympic Stadium. middle distance man from New, 82. Russia; closing fast and
high Jumper, leaped Into the Anchor Wins But the show-stealer was the went out when It reached 71. 'one-time barefoot runner from Brilliant Time )Zealand, dashed American'with more of Its strong events
gathering gloom In Tokyo's 2, Sprint gold medal winners dramatic duel between Thomas Brumel cleared that height on Ethiopia capture "the Imagination Leading almost all the way, hopes in the 1,500 meters, and a yet to come, now has 59, Including
National Stadium today, Bob Hayes and Henry Carr an- and Brumel, the personable his first attempt Thomas of.the marathon-mad Japanese he rambled along behind a world-record breaking 'team' 17 gold.'Hayes .
matched Vatery Brumel'i best ,chored the U.s. 400- and 1,800- young Russian who holds the missed once, then went over. as he became the first man wedge of white-helmeted motorcycle from Poland upset the heavily the burly Florldian
effort and once again came I meter relay teams to expected world's record of '-I% In the Rambo made it on his third try ever to win the classic Olympic, police through a throng'favored UJS. women's 400 meter who solidified! his claim to.theta
out a loser. victories The time for each was high jump. Timed His Back event twice. estimated at 900,000 that lined relay team on the final day of world's fastest human witha
The Moot-S Cambridge, :a world record 39 seconds Hat Started la 1160 At 7-1%, Brumel and Thomas The:dark-skinned athlete was the 26 mile, 385 yard course),track and field competition in gold medal In the 100-meter
M...., youth and his old tormentor For the too, S:$5.7 for the l.MO It started four years ago In both went over on their tint try. the surprise of the Rome Olympics winding through Industrial and these 18th modern Olympics. dash, took the baton some three
the Russian Brumel, 3, Slim, 32-year-old Abebe Rome. Thomas, then 19-year- Rambo missed three tunes and : when he charged barefoot residential sections near the site The men's relay victories yards behind on the final leg of
both cleared 7 feet, Mi Inches In Biklla, a sergeant In Emperor I old Boston University :student, took the bronze medal. Then It 'off the;Apian Way and won In Jf the Games. boosted the United States' gold the 400 relay and won by t two
the Olympic high Jump. Both hale Selassie's palace guard, was hailed. the greatest high went to2%. Brumel missed 1960. .But this time, wearing'I< Ho came In with a time of 2:medal total to 34, matching the yards in world record time of 39
mined ..t2% and the gold became the first man to win the,Jumper the world had ever three tones then turned his back shoes,.he was among the favor- boors, 12 minutes, 11J seconds, number of triumphs In Rome seconds flat.
medal Thomas so desperately ,classic Olympic marathon known. The Olympic gold med while Thomas made his final,
wanted, the medal he wanted to twice, and did It In the fastest al was an but conceded to him futile attempt to wipe out four '
vindicate himself for a third- I time ever recorded for the 26 .
f I But two Russians, the winner years of frustration, -\ and $ Of fersWHITEWALLS .
1ft Anniversary
place finish In Rome four years I nile, JM-yardtest-JHHI: : Robert Shavlakadze and Bru missed. :,
favored U.S.romen'
ago, was decided on fewer misses 4, The heavily ,
mel, came from nowhere and So the determination of the
i at the height of 7-1. on htat 400-meter relay team, .
finished one-two. Brumel wenton winner went back to misses at
medalists
basis Brunei It lth sprint gold Wyo. .1
'1 Their, dramatic won duel .which 1 nla Tyus .and Edith McGuire to raise ,the' world record '- ,' the one vsllp' Long John .11 .
time after time, and time aftertime made.
was among the opening events I running In key roles, was upset !
on this final day of track and I jy Poland !In world record time beat the frustrated Thomas Even more Impressive to the
field competition In the 18th .jf 43.( seconds. In their head-to-bead meet- marathon-mad Japanese, however -
modem Olympic games, ended 8, New Zealand's Peter Snell, ings. ,, was the triumph by the
In the darkening shadows of i I!he world record-holder at a This time looked'like it wouldbe oose-strlduig Biklla, who was
early evening. In between: I nile, dashed America's hopes in different. the surprise of the I960 Games
i 1, The United States, helped I he 1,500-meter run when he When the bar reached 7 feet, when he ran barefoot over the BLACKWALLS!
along by the best-ever showing 4:slipped off the metric mile in Vi Inch, five men '- Thomas, Apian Way and won the classic or
of Its sailors, gathered In 14 :1381: and added that gold med- Brumel, ?.Sbavlakadze, John test of endurance.
i more medals and pushed Its I il to the one he won in the 600 Rambo of Long Beach, Calif., Just as Germany's decathlon

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I j By JIM BECKER but 'Marlon'1 not 'here it the the voUeybaU. player," ordered Is a member of,the. "South Bay uJ r rfi,,
I Associated Press Sports Writer Tokyo Olympics so there's no Mrs. Peterson, and soon we Triumphs.
TOKYO (AP"And who do problem along those lines were ,face to face .with this Toe girls have worked ,han.
1 'think are, buster," The letter, of,course, ,came Monde doll with a great shape, trained, hard and are. ,kept
yon asked the irateyou letter. "Marlon from a mother. name,of Sharon Peterson hustling by, their ,coach Ida
Brando She was so mad she put 80 Aa lasalt'My Lltschauer of Compton, Calif., D.
cents worth of stamps on It. < mother told me about but after they finish their Olyn
Wen Its true that we are It seems that a story written ," said Sharon. "What do pic scheduled they hope to see a
often mistaken for each other., you little of and do
o from here In jest had commwit- you mean by insulting lady Japan son
ed on the fact that some of the volleyball players?" hopping.

.y Olympic ladles who pitch the "Honey was the reply, "1 I Lolt 'Em All Plus tax and 4
discus and paddle their own So there the Americans have
didn't Insult any lady volleyball trade-in tires
canoes: have never been tabbed player Gosh, I didn't know we a good-looking ladles volleyball
for the Miss Universe contest. of same size
had lady volleyball team in the Olympics.,
any players
Loads of gold and all that. off
alwhen I wrote thai story. And Sharon Is a doll, eve your carTiretont
Good to their mothers, and
"Well do said when she's mad.
you now,
ways !In bed by 11.
Sharon. .. How Is the team doing? I wa -
it tie.uh
But ravishing beau -
"
uh I know they have mothers afraid you'd ask
too." They may be cute, but they'v
At least all of them are not.
I lb If you've been paying attestIt turns out Sharon Is 21, a lost four straight, and have only;
4 tion during this carnival of fun graduate of Long Beach State one game to go.
and games, 'you undoubtedly who Is going on to be a teacher Well, looks aren't everything;
will agree that that. Is a fair of physical education, took upbut with a record like that,
y statement. 0 volleyball three years ago, and they help.

I Hermosa But not Beach Mrs. Kay, Calif.Peterson," of Chester ,R. Votes, CLU' Ill Luxe Champion New Treads

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J. Milwaukee I : It's Official Keane to N. }7..1


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By JOB RdCHLER won a league title:Hack sun I can be tough if needed," he Sum by Houk that ba would be

Due Today Associated Press Sparta Writes [up to the Yankees as a coach: nlUt :I "Ball players have a right in complete charge would be

NEW YORK (AP) -m htrtaj: and was promoted to manager .
things to relax.: But if they given a free hand In appointinghis
CHICAGO AP) 'The Milwaukee Johnny Keane as manager the i
In 1X1. Keane advanced k I out of I
line never found one coaches and would be consulted
New York Yankees haw
Braves' board of directors proud i
meets today to decide gone outside their own family the Cardinals as a coach fa 1951]I[ wouldn't agree that a little In all trades.i *

: whether to shift its National and turned to a seasoned pilot hi I and succeeded: Solly'Hemus as I .. might be In rder." That's correct," confirmed

\\ 0 League baseball franchise to At. E s.Jr the tradition of Joe McCarthy, manager fa July of 1961. I I -sald he had been as- Houk. -

.' lanta. and Casey StengelThe
Speculation that the board new Yankee manager a *

I.jl win vote to move the club was veteran of 35 years of baseball

given Impetus Tuesday when warfare, combines the quiet but

league President Warren Giles firm discipline of McCarthy and

announced that a league meet the patience: and daring of Sten for Cards

.f tog win be held to New York

.Thursday "to further, discuss gelLike McCarthy: and Stengel -

the Milwaukee-Atlanta attuatloa Keant enjoyed many years ofsuccess E7 MILE KEGS? and seriously talked 1 The '41:year-old Schoendienst
and take action thereouJ'If I It to the minors before Asssdated Press Sparta Writer his new Job. of
nearby Germantown HI
,
t' a franchise move Is decided getting aa opportunity to manage
3 '' upon by the Braves, they win to the big leagues. Again S1. LOUIS (AP) Albert '. good to have a floe ban signed I a one-year contract
for (Red) Scboendlenst a Huck : to begin with." he said, Tuesday almost at the
1 need six votes approval like McCarthy and Stengel. I I same
Finn who made the baseball
1\ from the .sine other National of It would have been easier'
i Keane received his major field his for moment I Johnny Keane was
playground more
!! League dubs. ; league baptism elsewhere before than a decade, may not be doingAtW0i over a last-place team Inking a similar pact In New

jit's .anybody's guess what being tabbed by the peren- a first place one York to manage the Yankees.
action the league will take If the DIal American League champions. the know what the ball players
seek ; for a 3 Keane resigned as manager of
Braves approval I: do. I know they'll give me
franchise shift. In the past-the o..y_ Pact per cent because I'll be the Cardinals last Friday, the
has' quickly ) take day after his club bad beaten
National League them 100 cent.
I In agreeing to a one-year per
( which mended "I the Yankees In the World Series.
'approved requests .CAP ....... ft tilt SMIHe's .term Tuesday aa Yankee manager after so many years as a Yankee
Braves Manager Yogi
the move of the same go
the the 0-year-old Ttaaa said and then a coach: with Berra was tired the same day.Tuesday' .
Milwaukee :
from Boston to
\ '. Ready to succeeded Yogi Berra'wbo. had bow
to Los Sign strict will he .
Dodgers from Brooklyn taken over the Yankee leader activities completed
.'Angeles and the Giants from 1Iar."I one of the most unusual series
New York to San Francisco. And why aot. That'a Johnny X... and ..'. getting ,van last year without any pre still rules will be set and III of hlrlngs, firings and resignations .

The American League has the Job aa manager of the New York Yankees. inanagerial esperieoce. I the players to stick with ever to occur: In base-
The former St. Louie Cardinals' beat wheat team boat This lack of experience, together "
denied shifts to the put. BID but I he said balL
with the fact that be was
the Bombers In the Series this
Veeck was blocked to efforts to .year,got a one-acasoa who
I taking over the reins of a teem
move tile Browns out of St. II on which he had .been one of the
Louis and recently Charles 0Pbdey
boys, proved .to be Bern's WE BEAT
was stopped m an attempt pact.Sturgeon
: to pull ant Kansas City. Selects undoing. J
General manager Ralph
,4 Atlanta Is so. positive it will (
I Houk, who engineered both
team that an II MOST
get major leap SALE PRICES
\ has I moves, admitted this to a candid -
m minion civic<< stadium
,
discussion following a giant the
been constructed. Tide Over GatorsBy
dbIIIWII'III
conference
Is i press replete :
broadcasting: rights.b In a move Milwaukee cameras televisionlights ( *** IM two ,m WITH OUR EVERY

I and a battery of micro- RED SCHOENDIENST
me Braves art cut off. to DUO STURGEON against Vanderbitt. toe final: '
.. Cardinal
I jew skipper of
.the south' by Chicago, to.the I ATLANTA (AP-tt's easy to Mississippi 31, Vanderbilt *'. 0.-We really thought Yogi
east'by Detroit and to the Y LOW DISCOUNTS
rick the winner of Saturday's Mississippi State should make 1 would make a good manager

"northwest bt Minnesota.Atlanta's situation* Usbama-norkia football gamef it three In a row against Hous I Honk ..... "Lots of people Miami Loses

geographic southeast.to you know something Howev- ton. The Maroons have Just 1 thought tt was purely for public
opens the entire tr, since I know about recovered from the injury ot
radio and television rights, : nothing.It's- and win, be I relation purposes. That was MIAMI (AP) -Coach Charles I lad
i little more'cIUIJcIIIt., plague am as .
which could run Into the millions -' I put" of It, nsturaOy. But we Tate. lost another man to the n-l I
In the SEC
This to the biggest Southeastirn tough as anybody been to baseball
to revenue. I firmed having Jury list as he prepared the UW-f I
I Conference contest thus far i The final: Mississippi, State'tt, 10 long, being liked by everyone :verslry Miami Harrlcanea for The Furniture MOllufoctunrAMPLE $
.. Houston 11 :- Tya
I his year,and both coaches have md knowing an the players I their! football tilt here Friday
Model 4A'I gone behind closed doors to gel In oilier games: Auburn u, would help him. ;night with the Indiana Houston. :

I Roll ready.. Coach Ray Graves of''Southern Mississippi I and ''LootInI1IIdt now.1 can are X-r.,. revealed Tuesday that .. .
Fords to 'Georgia Tech 11, Tulane i. HOUS
Florida say a second: straight where we were wrong. I belle* defensive halfback Lsmarr Yar- r

'Again Sunday victory over Alabama would be Record for the season: Right !now that managing a team a I trough suffered a broken leg fa .

!t the greatest triumph.'In Gator -21. WrongAverage-7N ,which he played was a handicap j I scrimmage Monday. ,
'
"
OCALA The Ifarcala Chapter history. 1 to>> him. It made things a lot The Hoosiers are scheduled to I oat "

t of the Made .-A" Ford BeOn the other hand, Coach Paul Gun.. Club. 8eti.i tougher for him. I honestly irrtve here by plane Thursday his
:..t storm Club win sponsor i I Bryant of Alabama keeps telling 1 think Yogi to better suited III hu

t Sunday Oct 29 i himself a second straight loss to Election Of I present Job (scouting! ). He has

atOcala Industrial Park,I Florida would be too much to nt .been hurt 11 IIIcJaD,. The Whether At THE .JOE HARRIS FOOTBALL' FORECAST

\ .Ocata oo Highway M.ICarala bear. The Caters, who beat the New. Officers. Yankees have a warm spot In Th*

> Chapter.made. Ip, Tide 104 last season are the only I their hearts for him end we Ar Hem W.tchIoi I "Patronixt Tht Sponsoring Merchants"
from team In to beet Bryant The Gainesville dm Cam's 1 tope be will be with u for along
of anftiue ear owner history The Gomt en TV FRIDAY, IVININO. OCTOW 21, 1(44

Marion, Alachua andCoantlet. Levy ,at,Tuscalooss.slts, of tbisJ|II III umual election of officers win 1 time." M."L..r, S... it's IC P755* pe"1 a N'"a ..1150" L..e.e a seeps ......,... e.. a seeps ."....:...iee.s a ....
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.' II boasts of shout 'M I year' tattle.Bryant ., ,t b. Thursday' night at the City Others Steeled. atw/tw ...-.... Wlhak.oee ((0.1 0 I ... w.........,.14 was... .11
antique em: says Florida will be Recreation! Center. The hetth gill Bouk'alii he had neveralot1.r 011wle .........IC eeeee ". a.. .. ..11 |I town .0. ,, .,14 'i Mj."Jj tPle.t! .... 7AMIRICAN
te to Marcals's first gathTh the best team to play to Tuscatoosa ', start at I o'clock.: ;, 4 candidates to mind to 'fOOTIALLTtAOUl" .. loose 0

o ering.. There' win be, antique, since his 1M1 ,national Kenneth Gibbe secretary I Mcceod Bern but decided enKesae geese tints .. .27 .....
ka can from an onr the 'eta Ie., champions called the city home isM an Interested persons are I the minute he learned IATUID t Y.,1 ICTOBIR 24. 1M4

participating In this affair All things considered I think urged to attend the meeting. .Jolla was avsUabte. ........ .1. .../ ... .
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1 which promises fun for every Florida should be the favorite Dues must be paid to order for Keene was manager at Om* ........ .... ...14 Peels ..... t/ e ...... ,;..JJ C. W.toss..x,14? ,14
.,; but I like the Crimson Tide. members to .vote for officers. I la when Houk directed the Denver .AN lekO .. ......14 w.... .., .1 t ..... Cew.N .... CMC TMk .... /
-one.There will be driving events 'Bama and Bryant have a way '.The dues are. 111 a year, team fa tae gi.i7. Each A...... .... ...14 ........... .., .II Kiua.ekr ,14 0a.eSe .1 .1 j

such u blindfolded p r ec:1a I on of winning the tough ones and (:ibbs said and Include the ass A.Aadeeee_ ..... ........I. w.. ....... .. 11 "' _fleW ..21 C.11.ee./Id.a./ ..
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uhesier .. IM A... .. .,27 tomes .
driving stow race sack race the ones they shouldn't win. The 0 I facilities at the Gun Club WOTIM ....... ... ... .2. w...... .. ... L..b/.saSeeN i ..,.0 '.....Msse. ...,..t4 7
Y 4 and musical chair game. final Alabama 10, Florida I.' r ange at the municipal airport HORSE SHOWAT ROYAL CROWN Aver ... .... .. .... .,. .. .. 1 ....... ....", .,..14 ..... .. ..j 4Wwe
,f Several trophies will be U LSU were playing the Baltimore Other club officials Jnd u de1wIIbt' OTTUNGCO.IMI AiMeud ::: : :::.14 seN.a:. .. ; == ", ,. ,1 s L..b.ae: .
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picking .W..IO .... ... .,14 ........ lMe ..........
and Ida WIlDer will re- against the Tigers'. Enoughsaid rewsome, Larry Overby and N.w....fI.._... II as M...I 5.M-w A.. THI ... ..... .. ... .11 v....ebe '...... C Maw. tows ?11 oa55 u. IM, ...14. 14
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r. REVIEW V .:t "J : chitecture" will be Through the topic Ar-of Florida SundayMIAMI

_________ symposium at the University

of Florida Friday President Johnson win visit Florida Sunday
(AP) :
Late The discussion! panel will have and Monday In a bid to bring this borderline state Into At GM
Morning Alfred, Browning Parker an d the Democratic column NOT. 1, It was announced:today.
A highlight. of the President's visitwin, be his. dedicationof
Robert B. Browne both of Miami
Readers'Request N.y.; Listing Florida Atlantic University at Boca Raton Sunday afternoons ,
; !; Nils Schweizer Winter DETROIT (AP) The United
said Thomas Fleming, Johnson'a state. campaign" man-
Park Prof. Dan Branch of the
AlllsChal 29M IntPsp 96% ; .8 r. Auto Workers Union today
TIlt "'I....... IN.* .-"'*- Alcoa 82V4 Jones&L 84% UF Dept. of.Architecture and Fleming said Johnson would arrive by Jet In Fort Lauderdale scheduled a membership vote
r% rMimiM MMIIcMly to! nMm i AmAIr 40 KalsAI 91% Prof. Jack Funkhauser of the ? .' Sunday that could signal the end
r: r rSTOCK LISTINGS at about 9:90 p.m. Sunday, then fly by. helicopter to
of Humanities.
of
I AmCan 43V4 Ken'cott 85V Dept. Boca Raton for the university dedication. the national strike against

P1eroe,Wulbern,Murphey AmCyan 82% Llg&My II'' Browne to a consultant: to the The ceremony at the school win\ begta at about 4:90. ,The General Motors Corp.
AmMot, 17.. Locb'cI, 91 Interaml project In Mlmal. university will award Johnson honorary degree,of doctorof Walter P. Reuther presidentof

NEW. YORK STOCK Roy Dutch __.._ 1.731',48% ftic Group -_,. ,. ,. ,,>, ATftT.l 8SH Lorillard 4SH Schwelier was a student at Tal- humane letters. ,- y the UAW, and Leonard Woodcock -
EXCHANGE'Abbott Seirle CD H'_' 1.10 18% Sperry R. Wt*. 7 AmTob' 98H Mag'vos 94% lien East In Wisconsin. The entire Boca Raton ceremony'will be of the utmost chief of the UAW'a GM
Singer .._....._ 2.00 14% Syntex ... 4154 AmpxCp 17V4 MM&M 10% I dignity In keeping with the nation's sadness. over the death Department, said today the GM
Lab UO 40%, Smith Kin ..._ 1.201 II" Tampa -Else--.-'--,,-, 23'4 Anaconda 87%' Mohasco 15 The program, sponsored by of President Hoover" Fleming said. v _' I... Council of the UAW win meetIn
Allied Chem 1.10 SZ'l4, Sou Cal Ed __ 1.01 36% Tech Measur-_w- ?.' Armour, 84% Mons'to '83H the Student Chapter of theAmerlc.n ( Fleming said Johnson tentatively It scheduled to fly't01 Detroit Friday.It .
Amerada Pt ?. ....... 2.00 IZIAI, 111III1 Babcock 97% MontWd 43 Institute' of Arch- Boca Raton to Orlando for and talk at win recommend to'the local -
an overnight a
St Oil CilOVER _... 2.00 17V. Twa stay
Am Elec Pow. __ USb '45% St 011 Jnd .. _.;...... 2.00b 42% Valapar Wts _.._ at"%" BethStl 41% NatDalr r83% itects, In conjunction 'with the I.4J a.... Monday In Colonial Plata. ',. %). VA- unions either ratification or
Amer Enka .?..__ 1.401 AlAI. Sterl Drug .IS 2T' 7Y Boeing 84% NitDist 20 University',Pept., of Architecture ,"Beyond this point the PresidentV plans have noV,been rejection of the UAW 'national
Amer Hone ......... 1.448 A Texas VW ..._..._ UO 1m MUTUAL FUNDS Borden 7S% N.AmAv 52Bmnswk will be In McCarty AudI- firmed up to the point where I can announce them," Fleming 1 agreement.A .
AmerM.rd/ ...,..., .00 18% Textron __ UO';' % OH Penney '1'1% torium beginning at 8 p.m .The laid but added that visits to Tampa and Jacksonville were telegram to ill GM UAW
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Armco Stl .......... a.oo' 7314 Tidewater _._ 31 Affiliated Fund ........,,.,, U'1 CaterTr 87% PRR 4211' public Ja Invited.Reports. I under consideration. I units said "all 8M local unions
Atch Topka -...... 1.201 34'1 Trans W A Capital Life ft Or If.. Celanese, 88% PepCola S8V and units are directed to meet
Baxter Lab .._ '.31 27"" Union Pac _-.J; UOa' 4I 10% Diver Growth L.:...........; I'.. Chrysler 82PhlIMor .7t% Sunday."
Beckman In..__... 1514 Dividend Sharp __... I.a CocaCou)191 PUUPet 8S% IOU a majority" the union executives -
Und Air L _._ 1.1Gb It,
,Beech LFS .... ... 1.10 13% VpJolm '_._ 1.00 11V. Dreyfus ...... ...,.. ,..,,, 21.. ComEd 57' % RCA 99ConEdbj qn. Research said, '"shall ratify the
Bristol My _...._ .10 15'4 Jim Walter 27'1t Fidelity Capit .._ 11.$ 85% RepSU 49% national agreement, all local
Brown Oboe......... a.tO 107" War LImb _" .70 30 Fidelity Fund -"V" 11.13 CootCaa 89% Revlon 40VDowChem unions and unit will be notified
Brunswick 5% .. Fidelity Trend _.._ JUD 77% ReyTob '44% and the national strike against
Wortblnla 1.50 41
Canjbell S _... UO 35V Xerox __..._ 1M rund'tal Invest H'_ 11.15 duPont 378% StRegP 99% In Turpentine, Industry 'GM shall be ended. If this
Carter Pdt ........._ 1.00. 17'4 Zenith .__...._ UOI 71% Income of Boston Ut EAL 98% Seaboard MYEJCodak should happen, local unions and
Caw J I ....-...._ 20'4 Incorporated Inc 11.29 128% Sean 125%. units which have ratified local
Cessna Air _...._ 1.00 25'4 TEE COUNTER Keystone K 2 .:...._... 1.11 Firestone .49% Sinclair 51% Much more research both I Olustee, we have Isolated and settlements shall return to work

Ches Ohio _.. ........... 4.00 77% NIW YORK MP Tta MlMMf kMf4 Keystone S 3 ?.._ _.. 17.22 I FlaPw' 81% Socony 84% basic and applied ... ta needed At :UFs Naval characterized three neW components Immediately."
Con S Gas ::12c. MM4..WllflwMt........ N MMlM. ft?..MlSMVrMM .|... Keystone S-: 4 _..._ UD Flaps 89% SouthnC 84% to' assure continued efficient: that account for IS to The union aald, local units
..., "- .--. .... I.II1a 4111II u.IN.Nm,, ...IIAIO'I.-= Life Investors _.._ 10..I Ford 81% SperryR 1354 11I4' profltable'utlllzatlon of turpentine Stores MeetIng 30 per cent of gum resin. We lacking at-the-plant settlementswill
Comb Eng _... 1.20 38% .r MHMtfeMt e. 'woe Mf.IP'$ w44M e... 4..144 Jfa Stock Fund '..11IMa. FrmstDa 12% StBrand .78% ", have recently developed resin vote on whether to return
Comsat Corp .........;: 1m IK MOM ...* MM .... <*H) > ... lav Stock: -.t.;' 11.31 FnptSul 49StONJ 87' % a naval stores researcher derivatives that to work or to stay oat until an
Con Mill ..........J0 20Con MuiM (MMtilAlicaLand M.... Inv Growth 1.17 FruehTr 99%tudhbal 8% Slid yesterday. give high quality igreement la reached.
resins with
/'AId ....... w.. '.40 2111II -- 11 Polnaar. Fund -.--..... 1... GanDyn 98% Swift 89% q. S. Fisher,' of the Olu.tee I consumed en the basis thatIt fiber polyester wettablUty,' high tensile pod I The 2May strike has disturbed -
Contl Ins m* ..._ 1.20 U% Amer Fidel LU* __._ m. Puritan Fund ?....'--,r. 8.84 GenES 87%! Texaco 88% is the cheapest raw material and and the White House. Point
Contrl Data W Amer Herltafa :.......... DI Putnam Growth "I"- .._ 8,54 GanFdi 85% Thlokol .14% Naval|' Stores Laboratory; toW available, tt must compete asa strength resistance elongation to water excellent al ing out that it has Idled more

Corn Pdt .,.--. -.. UO M Miter MaI.IMs-;... 21 'TV Ilea _."'--.;; 1.12 GanMllls 44% UCart 128% some ,200 kaders'of ,the industry quality material," he said. kill, and solvents," lit'"said., than 900,000 President Johnson ,
'Delta Air ....... .- I.. 41% Am* PIDn er'LIf. f.Anbeuaer '.'_ I' Value Line Inc _._ 1.14 GenMtrs 102 UnltAirc lOVe attending the Naval Store Today; loony i'the* products The market for resIns said It now Is beginning to haven
Dt Steel...,-........ ..e0'i1' / Busch __ 17'1t Wellington Fund IS." Goodrich 80% UnFrult 1114 Work Conference at the Unlverity In which resin was used Is expanding and polyester the Improvements Impact on employment and
Emerson ElFalrCamen I.DO 43 474Cltisens Goodyr 48% USSteel 82.. production In other industries.
I Anodyntona NY"III MOST ACTIVE of Florida that the major is an extender are now obtained by the
......" .101, Baak: -..:-.. STOCKS Greynnd' :29% UnlvMat 18% lies In finding more chaper than the resto or therein use of resin derivatives to this He urged quick settlement.
Flnanl Fad .. .. 4 29% U Pow ..__ rw.CowIII GulfOil 58% WestgEl 49% turpentine derivatives used to extend way should provide another Both GM and the UAW agreedto
Fit Qartr .........un 1m Magi JIb 12% Complete TeL Owe Chaages Honw 121 WlnnDIx 98IntHarv I use for .0-plnene, one of the It," he continued. outlet for the naval stores Industry strive for this. In the first M
,;Fst Wast FtoFlaECst .._ 11" ton i Bradttlorldi G'It UJ 700 Brunswick ...% oft 154 834 Wool wth'' 38% I two major components of tur- "In the past few yean at Lawrence nredlcted. hours after the President's
: _._._ IS% On ,..,......-..- 1O% 87 MO Chrysler '82tt up 2% IntNIck $7School's. I pentine.1 prodding only four new at-the- I
\t Food ,air .........,. .10 aa% Fla. Nan Bank .."...-44 88 800 Pan Amer, 2M up V4 Lawrence plant working agreements were i
'FMC Corp ___ 1.DO' 43 III. Ala.:...... ........... 21\ 88 800 xerox Corp l01 H off 1H NoLover's R V. also of the Starke' Civitans eported. This brought the total
I iFrito Lay ,.-........ 40% ,omit Lab ....:.....- 27f.I'1und1I1 It 100 Parka Davis 9>H off H .. I luste* laboratory( pointedthat to 89 of 190, and return to work I
,Gen Tie ,- -, ,i6 :26% Ut'._..._ ..,. 82 600 Amer Photo 8H cock Lane I today then are many materials 'his been made contingent on
OA Paclf HZGetty ......:.'S.. IN I that ire competitive with Hear wrapping them all .
... rinklto Lift _... R 82 400 WIItJD,. Else 44 .p' % : I rein, several of which are Mil- : Rep. Matthews up.Levy.wtc
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.101 ,Oral AmerIca ___.... IR 80 100 Certan '
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Grace Co ... ....... 1.00b 17% up CALDWELL, Kan. (AP) I i ng at lower prices than resin
Gentler __..._ 384 I
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200 Kan Texas 8 4 off H Instead of resin be- if
Hel Curtis -..3 .10 111III Gulf Uf I..... ...........t U 49 000 Tex Gulf Sul 885 up % IM ltudtllt'ciouneu *t. Caldwell .Now; STARKE"I don't think portlonment Issue, Matthewssaid t
14. M |A.-Mllll-._ 1.00 'G414 ,toff Jones ;......_.._ m. 4t 808 Ford Motor 80% % High School adopted anew coda you should make a party issue be think the proposed ,
Int Mia C ..........., 1.101': 12" Home In* .."........- 70% 41800 Auto CM WtupK up 'of conduct 'which Includes 'this out of the Civil Rights Act," amendment has a ISO chance Gain 11
lot Tel ... -..._ I.DO 'N% I KIllllUlW. Llfl _.._ I.% 41 800PalrcbildHll logoff. 'V provision: BurglariesNet Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews of passage, but that the problem f

Kellogg _1._ 101 4775 Jftotriawu .;. -..........- I' 98 200 Gen Dyna 39 H off 1H I said at a Civltan dub will be In the Senate. New MembersB
Lehman CP _.._ 1.141 JOIII! "Student will refrain from 1
i Company __....1954 breakfast meeting hen yester "The real cause of the trouble -
Litton In ...._._ l.Iat 71% ]Mllgo Electron _... 101%! 98 000 Anaconda 87*! up I% I showing their affections for on* $127Two day. he said, ".. that some I
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Lone S Cm ..._1.10 211ft I another while In the student .1 .tel RONS O N- Eleven
]Mort Cuarao Ini _.. .. 21 AMEX 311 EXCH.ACTIVE "I voted It he ,. Have don nothing about new
against
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Marsh Fid 1.10' 4I% 'a this 1 neither tilt Newberry merchants .Id'i members have
-0- I'acttlo Sw Afro _._ II : STOCKSW I ni, It." I bun welcomed
Martin M _' 1.10 1954 time nor tile place to associate were victimized In a pair of "but we got the bin the Republicans la hi talk Matthews I to the Levy County ,Chamber
sauna Brtw __;.,....... 4S% ii elm : reviewed
McG Hill ?.':::'-'...a'.64a'; '35, :Se cur Ule Tr II ] riueitar C 2V4 up \k on Intlmate-ttnnI.II" weekend burglaries. which. netted wanted. Now It la the the legislation passed of Commerce during the early J
Mead Corp ..... 1.71 48% : r- 72 800 Syntex Corp 01* up 2% law of the land and I'm pledged ]part of the membership e a m-
Travelers Ins _...;..;,_.. U'\ thieves $127 In cash ,and during the last session of Congress
...... ....... 70800 APL Corp 12* 1% to support It. .\
Merkd : : ; .. ;:. .2.0111 41 Man, Security It' Inv. _..104Ohlveal up Lions to HelpScholar.hips several valuable items. and told how he had totI I paign being conducted throughout -
Nail! AM ......,.\:..... wq. id/ pghr.L. 2."r1% M 800 Campbell C 4% up Wn Matthew spoke here yesterday ed and gave his nasons. I the county.
N Y Centl -_.. ,..: .110. 11% 800 Monogram Ind J% up H The robberlea-at In grid4* on a tour of this area which M. A. Payne I II president of Added to the rolls are: f
Nil M Pow 2.00 64Y'Norfolk /AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS I Restaurant and Jeffcoat's Servicewere Included stops at post offices In the local dvltan Club;!' the I George W. Selby, Hellls( Griffin -
W _...._ 1.00 13t1 Purchase .... discovered at 8.90m. and J.
% :. --? aUu-i, 400,481 : Bradford County ind a luncheon vice president .Is Rev. HWal- : H. McClung from
No Ind P S .. ......1.46 a Short Sales ....,.???. .. .? 2,487 The Gainesville Scholarship Monday. In both ca. slouslei address In Lake Butler. Hiiefland::J ; Henry Roai and
No Nit Gar 1.10 13% 'AerlJo-Gea J ....... ... ., 30% Other Sale __.._.....113 I and Lou Fund will lit padded j. had been removed to Sneaking here on the rean- Presbyterian ton Grady, pastor Church of._the Starke C Ben: Bailey from WUUitan: l
Olin Math _.... 1.20 43% An.lex Corp 3074 Total Sam ....-?-??.?,? 408,470 today what the Gainesville' pin entrance., --- --- ---r Rep. Joe M. Wilder of Cedar
OWen II a ISO lOll Aqua Chem ...............M II I Uont Club bold Its 4th Annual Key, Janice Whlpple from Yan-
Pac a Ie E: _. 1.00 33% Aurora Plastic __.. 2754 PREVIOUS DAY'S STOCK Chicken Barbecaa from 8 8.. Alachua County Sheriffs dep- Bradford Man eetown, Horace Wilson and r,
Pac Lung __.. 140 30% James Engineer ..._ _: :MARKET, p.m. at the Gainesville High tles theorized both thefts were Elton: Cobb from Branson and

Pac T T .........1.20 28% Butler Shoe ....._._..... 1145 Advance .__ 027Declines School cafeteria. committed by the same robbers Franz Dollhelmer from Valdosta -
Pan Amer A __... 1.20 29% (ilhromaloyInsrama: ___ 1. but were unable to detect Ga., I
(: ;._.................... S ,464 Th money raised goes to help fingerprint'al Either t .
Parke Div 1.00 29 The regular monthly meetIngs
2354 Unchanged .. .. .........'264Toth needy Alachua County children. scene. Footprints at the rear of To Stand Trial
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PannzoQ _.._ IN 42% Computer of the Chamber are being
Pfizer __..._.. .Ml 47% Cutter: Labs A ..........._. t775 1IIuu'i' 1M3 who have passed college entrance effooafa iUUotV!described asa scheduled during the next
Dais Control --11.% New 1M944 High .:.....;:; eo requirements but can't t. good act': by deputies, were year
Phelpa Dg _.. 100 74H .t each of the
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I>AI"A.A .... ......, Fulton" ]reds u u ....uu_ 1% New 198144 Low 13 afford college expenses. preserved in a plaster mold. towns cit.ies I
Pub'SV"i G'.......,. 2.60: 37% Gen Develop.::.:::::":".. 4% On Morals Charge throughout to stimulate the Interest county In In the efforts -

Pure Oil .........__... 1.10 11% Jas Mlnlt Mkts. _.._.. lit 1-YOUR MONEY'S WORTH organization to Increase the
RayonlerRexiU __ 1.00 43% Mackay Airline __ 0% Bradford membership. L oral businessmen '
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I ?.._ LOb sa% Mead Johnson IN ,Theron- Yawn fount County lascivious language over a tele- and other citizens are be i
... Pa!' NW Ttle ..._ IN Judge phone. The complaint' was
Ryn Mid .10 3t I probable causa" to ing Invited\ to attend the meetings -
a prelim-
Philip ElecRedwing h----: 4554 u.s. Consumer Council signed by Mrs. Ines Starling. i
Rich Merr .... ,_1.00 15% Improve beating ban yesterday on. to the various areas is the
nary ti
R C Cola I.. 21%. Carrier _.. 1015 ," a morals charge against Norman who charged the alleged offences sessions an held. (
occurred on Aug. 8, U,
I H. Willis and ordered the A membership committee hIS
28 and 21. Willis was arrested
latter to stand trial been formed Including a representative
NIW YORK TIMES MARKIT AVIRACU, OCT. 20 By Sylvia Porter _.:. Sept 24 and released under to each communl t y.
MI .** Tai VMS .wrr s Judge Yawn announced at the bond totaling 82,000., Clyde Coulter of Cedar Key Is

Hits' lew Close Nat Chi. Stockholm: Toil ''private l III Indifferent success. Consisting respected. The fighting'' which end of the hearing that be will to tilt bearing yesterday afternoon the general county chairmanand
IS Italia ISO. '141." 150.0J Up U7, enllrprlM welfare tlt." of el men and women whoa got on among the varioua to- set the trial date later. evidence against Willis win be assisted by Mrs.
25 l. urtrlels. %2.$7 ....0. 900.13 Up 11.11 Sweden can show the U.& Goa life have been dedicated t teresa eg' the:ea' iell I<* Wfflaj i r. cniurged on four was presented by Bradford Doris Rogers lit CMefland. Loula .

SO Stocks 52..., 518.1J 52J.I ,Up '..1'l irnment bow It' can orfaabw consumer protection movements healthy." 1 ., 'counta of ".... lewd and Roberts to WUIMm O. M.
council rtprtaaoltof us th* council bal been "We bad to listen to a lot of Moms Owens In Bronson, Virginia Dickey

Amarica'i consumers, at the mistrusted by organized busk ttonsenaa from people who .to Cedar Key and Erie La
Whit Horse level wlmout bit- ness and finance from till start didn't know anything about bow Thursday ,Meet Scruff: el Calnesvlll Fontaln In Inglta Yankeetown.Billy .
FLASHES terry antagonizing the businessmen While It .baa sooth many recommendations business functions: ," added Oaten Booker of Otter Creek Is+
MARKET who tell to us. to the consumer Fagerlind, president of Cell- For PTAThe Mrs. Starting teatiflad'.that the committeeman at large.
The way la to put ...... area to the President its actual 1 vs, a leading paper manufacturing Kirby defendant made Indecent pro- The November meeting Is be-
the Con- achievements have bee B and a ,Ix.ear petals to her aver a telephone big planned for-,WiDlston
NEW YORK (AP) -. Thi tatlve of Industry on company .first regular meeting of on
stock market scored a narrow Dew'Jtaee Stack Avenges turner Council Itself aa !that; maimaL Industry representative M: tie I the school year for the Kirfay- and her taattaMox, was corroborated Monday we hog Nov.' 8. Ford
gain I In moderately active trading ((1) ......,'* ipokesmen are Soon the Prelldent'-will ban council. "But the bale change ,Smith PTA will be held Thursday ; by menuer*.el her Lincoln la to charge of a committee
early this afternoon. Prevtees Day | lad Hour on tilt Inside and always know to decide whether to reorganize which has occurred since 1157 : at 7:. pm. to the school family and a eberuT deputy to make arrangements
the form and membership of la the increasing understanding will supposedly heard the alleged for dinner" guest speaker.
Fractional gains were the rule 801.50 30 Indmt | up 1.41 what tilt Consumer Council is idltorium.
for most key stocks but many 229.02 H Rail _up 0.74 thinking I aad planning; the CAC w whether to permit on the part of both businessmen President Archie Crawford .....prapoaal. *et a phone ex- All CoIC members in being
it to fade Into oblivion a* and consumer representatives urged to attend that area and
were unchanged and there wasp 15188 (11) When the council tutpiclont Jr. announced that members I .
scattering of fractional losers. 1 UUL up 0.90 of an Industry's! policyor every other consumer board or that, whether or not they like ;maJ' pay their due during a ,Axmf that who. testified invitations era to be sent to the
919 Jl 48 Stock 8.49 committee or council at tha tt, they must work with each I. local prospective members.
Gains by the averages pushed ap product an unwarranted. taimws meeting preceding the .* Iran MrR.... Dayh Star
them further Into record high 8,140,000 Volume, 2470.01)0) the business representatives I federal government level Ia a ether. I program for the ...... 1 1181 halt .....: let :Iaw.d-
faded to tilt past This 'council makes decisions Parents Interested to getting GHS Student
ground. Following Tuesday can argue to private against win ,1MrW. bar'
rally upward progress was becoming tilt "dol Oden,1o whoa kites What !then doe Sweden do of major Importance to Industry I their boys Into the Cub Scout I....; DIll .... faMurDeputy i iI.
p' more difficult. on tilt American Stock Ex lions may be the best, but that w* might consider? and It's essential that I an.urged ,to attend. .Robin a Grean Trainees
Spreading Impact of the S8dayold change. whoa understanding el bus! 1 Sweden has a ember toduttry cooperate with tt. The I
Corporate bonds wen krtgu- be woefully toad*- sooner we get together tile bet- Wino waa represented al a Pick' Officer
strike against General ness may United Fund
Council which Is '
larry higher. U.S. government Consumer appointed er for ill of us particularlythe hearing by hb. attorney, Albert
Motor waa reported In a varEety bonds wen Heady to moderately 'pie; by tilt government fortwoyear consumer." S. Miller Jr. ef Jackaoovffle.Tba I Student ra I. II to the
of l Industries .1 well M the active dealing (lit When the council's suspicions term and which ha Figerlind waj refreshingly, Talk on' TV Gainesville High School distributive -
33 railroad News that the United I ,b an industry's policy broad powers to allocate funds frank about sane of the "... offense wttb which WUBs education program have
Auto Warkan GM Council bad M oil an warranted, the to start or support research and pid superficial" suggestions of George Corrick. assistant to b charged la a murfemeaaer, elected line new officers lornayear. r
scheduled "a meeting Friday to Wally Butts i buatoeea member can take the Information project, t a pro- the council w h II.1 ha was at I the president el the University which cannel a maximum pun .
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decide on _Iller to recommend i initiative to urging lilt offenders mote collaboration among various .. member but b* aha emphasized of Florida and campus director Ishmcnt ef. one year to jailor Jimmy Brunsoa wu chosen l
} ratification of a contract. In HospitalATLANTA to chang. on their own; ..- totenste and to that. "Maay ef Ida proposals t lor[ the United Fond talks _8S08 line ar IIotJLAnother to bead the group with Richard -
A -cam aa reassurance.A ((4) Tba'council caa work constantly toy down principles for- case Have been sound and good and I about die antktpatod. goat ef Souse elected vi e prodnL -
slightly higher trend prevailed (AP) Former I to quiet .business *_ mar guidance have forced bustoeasm n ? I e I the drive tonight en the WUFTTVproaraB.MVfweek. Low
among autos, steels, electrical Georgia football coach and athletic I cum ef consumer group and, Of) ill members, ,.seven must take stcpe benefiting .every .- I Outer eft leer an LynnaTarpky
equ..,..". airlines, nonferrous director Wallace Batta catered 'vice vena. to quiet. eaniuskepticism repnIIII- sad ....- one. Ato slated for Channel S at I Bid ',on Building secretary: Carol D-
metals rails and drugs i a hospital.. Tuesdey for a'! of bntoeas. uotlvas. earner totcnatt. ; at toast thraamuatrepnaant Our vast; varied"1 -country !,JB.' iBItlfM nOR N a cee wood treasurer:; Diana Land
i The Anodatad Press average after h became ID We' tel certainly at* Sw*. business: tha could not adopt .... eompara- lies el commercial radla wIth TALLAHASSEE (AP) nipon reporter: Tyrone Jan,' chaplate. -
M 80 stock $l0On was up ..7at checkup willie driving from* Macon to \dens gaidaac* ban .... net may b* specialists to sut- .Uvely. abxt* aassf al 8 es 1 1 1heaetanaoua M Mofhtt ad fOi .Plan :Ida .. a.atbtr ........ kid BU Cmmptoa historian;
92L1 with Mustrlals up ..8.rails we an to add OM more atonal abt modal ....... But II ill IItjue. I major stall efflce baJUtof Bobby. GodwIn, parttamentarian -
up J W punt es up 4! .then*. : fair 00 ear big history. For a couple: of yean after iraaJe ta* from that world's TIN Villagers, a ........ dish. w waJMaw cxpectaT ; and Jim Caagkton, master

The DovtJOMa Industrial av- Bulta ha ban suffering from I of dismal raOuns h giving the die council was created: to 18ST.beat advanced mate Matt we j group from CakwtvUU l Hit U arms.Ta .'
trig* at,MM wai op 141 at high blood, pnaaari. but phy* I comasner a vesea at ..highest it ......... beer,S**Illa may Warn that tha way to make icnoal pit ntmteff.. .... ;; :Wbiiiir. C4arbvctlla 38 members an to the
182.11.Bath. I clan. tald a pnBmtoary xaml- 1 level el government Mr. Vita Ltodatrom, member a consumer protective council Ippeanace. -- r I c;,. of ,..... offered GHS caoaarattve training pro

average were moving nation rvaW ha M not have The plain fact la that the piowertaig 'of lha Swodtok govern meat1*work b to .bring Into It representatives Rounding u. the program buM two BMT* Seers enJm :b 4am'whisk tadudes retailing.
hove the biatoria dosing highs a heart attack. Bulb la expected C g a ( 1 m u Advisory ,e....... "but Ohm R bund toway. el the people W III I Ill ke a taft en fishing tackle : ..etdry Kaott Bufldtac torKU.12L n0solmus8ngn marketing a. d
Ht Tuesday.- Ito be to_JIlt hospital, several Council:: mated. by PrtII A. II'' Now It to a practical Deduce for aad. as* to the coo 1 md a book rev sw by Maritneliaugnlaad. ,There waa men than sanka fields. Bob Juste toua
Price rose to active trading I day. Kennedy to mM IM2 has been 'worktof body which to widely ....... J :....,. act aakto tar OH Job. group coardiaaI r.

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS bloody Stalinist purges by matIng Following the purge of Georgia man. Top Polish planner Sewer. to associate himself too conspicuously !,
When Mita Khrushchev WIS himself an Indispensable' Malenkov, V. M. Molotov r yn Bialer. who defected to thi I with Khrushchev's
ousted last week, it was his old expert In foreign trade. and Lazar Kaganovlch, Mikoyan West In 19S and who! had accesi I domestic policy I II .
friend Anastas I. Mikoyan who Mikoyan was the first Soviet stayed on as deputy premier,, to minutes of Kremlin meetings, Mikoyan, Bialer said, was too ,
presided as the Presidium of the leader to attack Stalin after the one of the most powerful men Ir i reported that for all of Mikoy. smart an economist and businessman dire' apd.l N p..s..1 A..re FEATURING INSURANCE FOR
Supreme Soviet stripped Khru- feared dlcator died, opening the Soviet Union.Nonetheless ass helpful contributions t ihchev of the premiership. the way for Khrushchev's fa Mikoyan never: Khrushchev's foreign policy, th I Bialer called Khrushchev's' ... !: E.er. 4.. KEY-MAN SPLIT-DOLLAR
It is unlikely I e mous denunciation of the Stalin was the complete Khrushchev'astute I I Armenian took care nol t L"sheer economic adventurism.b are a7aa PARTNERSHIP
that Khrush personality cult
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they, 70, was Analp! 1 To the outside world Mikoyan "
surprised. What The appeared to be Khrushchev's
Itls even Newt closest collaborator among the
more unlikely men who won the Kremlin after 1m -wDndllllkn-.omDm6i
,
that MikoyMeant Joseph Stalin died. He backed
an, 69 next Khrushchev In 1957 when the
6 >month, batted' a Central Committee's Presidium
an eye. voted to get rid of him as Communist Hi lji
p Luck, utter ruthlessness and party first secretary.1 13 D
the wily art of switching side The full Central Committee
have stood Mikoyan in good reversed the vote, showing that tgiIVANIUAIICEICREANEOIWtGEISIIRBETJ
stead for more than four dec likoyan had a sixth sense of J3 D
MIKOYAN --
ades. Again he has managed to how things would_go.VOTE I --- Jl .-.- --.-
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bloody Soviet politics. Capture by anti-Communists -- --
The hawknosed, stoop-shoul during the civil war after the
dered old Bolshevik with the Bolshevik Revolution, Mikoyan i !
clipped mustache Is tough. He Is staged a spectacular jail break,I'' HAYDONBURNS
w a cynic, a hard bargainer. He Is and escaped the firing squad.An -
adroit experienced street brawler I
Alone among Stalin's cronies with a smashed nose, Mikoyan
I and drinking companions, alone caught on with the fast-rising
among the many non-Slavs who Stalin, also a Georgian and an
l helped lead the Revolution, x-seminarian.. Although a full
Mikoyan remains In the Soviet Politburo member by 1935, StalIn ALL-FLORIDA
i elite 47 years later, even though apparently never fully trusted GOVERNOR -7m-
cast in the largely ceremonial' Mikoyan. p45.
; role of president. But Mikoyan got through the
S, 4\t Mikoyan was born of Armenian '
parents near the Georgian
: capital of Titus, a carpenter's : t
son. When he was 20, he was I WHY PA MOR t rif' .r.+
( graduated with full honors from :
t a theological seminary, trainedfor
i the Armenian priesthood.. i
"But when I received my
certificate," Mikoyan said later I
)j' "I had a very clear feeling that
I did not believe In God and that
I bad In uncertainty fact, received! a materialistic I EVERY DAY

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ABBY Alit ClAIRMAN( WE'VE 60Trr.. .D. JUST I WANT TNKTO Cr'OI1
DEAR
}' YACNER5ANDFai i1 CHARUE0WONJF J THINK.. "! ilS/WRNINA9OT1HE [QAAUGRH !!
} sTlDENT6! lki6 WILL IE QOE5tTSAY: AN. IUKTXINSSTUPIP.UEI '6REAT PWAPKIN1.AT :: .
I ; What's rev problem. For a .turn t j N AW 1A 1' pB ( VICE PRESIODIT

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Norfolk County Home of Correction& Jail banter It could start low flame. trtTFRIt7t1C ('T'StRil ICfl HMISELiFC10MMrTTIN' SOvIOnIE 1TENDMAMl..EATOWIPIN'DISHEZ
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Dedham Mass. SHORE r3 A THEM CRIMl3."' 1DE TEC"RN't
\ DEAR ABBY DEAR ABBY I am writing In hopes that you can help 1HY5T'ERICfUSw TOl=CD5DIC1tAN'
'I I have never written a letter like this before, and I do this young coupe! who are on the verge of getting a divorce. CURSE R1NG07H'4Lh MhHES 5,000 MEbw ?
io now hoping It will help other young people to get on They were married Just after the boy graduated from high ,'i Y'ARSOLDle l\ '
the right, track. I am 20, and come from what could be school. One month later their baby boy came. The followingyear Z CxJHIMlrQ .
/ called an average middle-class family. I have been doing the girl finished her senior year of high school. Her CQ i HE WOULDN'TKlS (- .
I a lot of reading lately, including your column in the Boston mother cared for her baby during school hours. Now the l NO GAL,
:Record-American. I recognize myself In 10 many of the young husband wants "out" He says he doesn't love the girl NOR SMOKE NO
letters other young people have written to you, such as, and never did, and ,no one Is going to make him stay SE8GARI! HEo. i4t
"My parents won't let me have a car," or, "My parents married to"her He refused to see a minister or anyone for 9 /t rest ) WOULDOFLD6T Yt
want to know where I am every minute," or, "My parents counseling. He went to a lawyer, and is determined to get INTERESTS
place too many restrictions on me." his freedom. The wife Is heartbroken. She says she still
Veil, I had my own car at 16.1 kept any hours I pleased, loves him and will do anything to save her marriage.' Can
and I got what I wanted about 00 per cent of the time. you help them, Abby
If my parents refused me anything, I either argued, or I BOGGED DOWN
sulked until I got my own way. How wrong I was I wish DEAR BOGGED: NO ONE tan help unless the parties GOODY:! HOW MUCH
you would tell parents that they would do their children a I Involved want to be helped. The young wife can make It .y OL' RABBIT FOOT YE WIN. NOTHIN'DID BUT I COME OOTf OFTH'
tremendous favor If they learned bow to say "NO" to difficult: for her husband to obtain the divorce, but she E"+ SHORE BROUGHT MB HONEY POT? W I FREE F NARY FER-ALL qj
them. and stuck toll can't force him .. live with her. Assuming she could "save"the GOOD LUCKTONIGHT SCRATCH
A few months ago I would have laughed at this but my marriage, a young hosband who feels trapped and bitter
outlook has changed. would make a poor husband and a worse father.
I love and respect my parents, Abby. But I didn't become a S *
spoiled, self-centered brat all by myself. I had plenty of DEAR ABBY: My mother asked me never to walk Into her I L-
help. bedroom without knocking first and I have always respected I
( Sincerely her wishes. I am 15 and think I should have the same privilege I 1
R. J. E. IN CELL 63 so I asked her please to knock on my bedroom door I
a -- before coming In. Now she Just bangs on the door once and \
DEAR ABBY: I am a college freshman and there Is a barges right in and says "Does THAT satisfy you?" I
young nan I see every day that I would like to get to Then she reminds me that I am living In HER house I
I know better, but I don't know how to go about It He Is a and she has a right to go Into any room she pleases whenever -
foreigner, and hasn't been in this country too long but he she wishes What do you think of a mother Ilk mine? ..-. -
looks like he would be very Interesting. We are both in NO PRIVACY aao P.M. esn JULYS; MIDPAUFlf r BUT THIS topWA ROUMC
the same chemistry class.! How do I strike up a conversation DEAR NOt Year mother Is wrong ...1.... she realizes 1917. LJTA FUn RADIOED AT KUVWJL,ALASKA IN TUB]
with him? It and changes her ways soon, became that's precisely the ,, TD 1 NN/tr 14IVP IUD .HER. mi FOCrnCM stilt HAD IM MID-RACIFIC 20 MINUTBSl ARCTIC CIRCLE*
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I Wednesday Evening Topics: Martin Luther country. Howard K- SmIth 01 Love Lacy 1OStE MQpONSANTlLL111tIA0RNINW
I.N 0 WeD.r..o leaves.the monaatry and visits the county to talk 10:41 B Science Around Yen.g 3HOW/I
O Mike Douglas becomes lawyer; Montezuma with voters and politics 10.M B O News o a
I.U: B Moments hi Sports has Cortex behead. leaders.
11 B 0 Concentration
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1:31. NewscopeB ed; the United States Joins 1'111. Political Talk R ::11
World CivilisationI.H : the BAadyofMaybenry
League of Nations:
,,I : O (Color) News, and King James n of England 11.00 0 O News, Weslberf, 11:15 .lnda.trr.. Parade LTNERu's
Weather Sports refuses to give up; Sports 11:30 0 0 (Color) Jeopardy r aNF N
B Agriculture Film the throne. ID (Color) News, B McCoys
':01 News,Sports, ':01 O Film Fare I Weather Sports 0 Art _
Weather U:00 B B (Color) Say WheiB .
"Valley of Hlatory" .., .
11.25: O Movie -
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0 Sunshine. Almanac Love of Life
.:. O Beverly Hillbillies "The Return of Jack
':IS 0 News Highlights 0 I WAlT'U.I TELL VoiSOMB I WELL, AREN'T
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0 Hew To Do It Slade. ((1955) A Pinker- Geology Of THC VON GOSSIPING
.:. 0 0 NewsONews IMS B 117 eLsiB fiauauEV is THE A THINGS THeVReSAYING ABOUT BETWEEN AO&SIP
0:110 Movie ton detective tries to get l SLSiB AND
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t UZS B News I WORST GOSSIP IN TOW ABOUT RIGHT NOW J OfCOURSf
0 Exploring/ Numbers (Color) "Black Patch." the goods on a gang of 12:30 B Search for Tomomn -ALL AsouT SMS DOES Ev6RYt3oF I*TALK plD / HER, ? THe FACTS
7:110 Deputy ((1987) A hardened Civil outlaws In Wyoming. John 8 0 Troth or w 1 ** T
War veteran nicknamed Erlcson Marl Blanchard, Consequences
O Survival Black Patch becomes Casey Adams, Howard U:4S a Guiding Light
Documentary marshal of a small New Petrie (One hour, 20 8 Visiting Spanish t
James Whltmore narrates Mexico town. George mln.) Neighbors S
the story of the German Montgomery, Diane Brew. 11:30: 0 0 (Color) Johnny 11:55 B B News ICbb
dirigible Hlndsn- ater, Sebastian C. b 0 to Carson ItOO 8 Midday = C
burg, which exploded and (Two hours) THURSDAY 8 Americans: At Work
burned while landing at O Dick Vaa Dyke Morning and Afternoon B News,Weather
Lakehurst, NJ, In 1937. "The Man from Emperor 100: 0 SODIUM Almanac B (Color) T.V. Blip
0 What's Taw! ."Rob's offered a Job at ':15 0 Scope 1IS. Elementary Spanish -- 'Ir af -
Children a sophisticated girlie l B Sunrise Semester B Focus I
ID Wanled-Dead magazine, a prospect thai litlBUvtag: Words 1:30 a As the World Turns L l UHTItlAJttY IWNt-UAM r MIIIf ICIU 1IIN toM( I/f. ..;.,
or Alive he finds appealing and ':11 World ClvlllsauoaBOespelMasle B Humanities C41 nut SOMETNUI6 TO TAKE.- ro s u YOU R9auuutR r HUMAW-KX THE rUMNT-MCmtf
7:310: 0 Virginian Laura cosldera appalling B Science hAM tV11EN WUNEEOflMUAlOWy.! ?"! fl DIM THA7 mIH N l HTD VftNT MIWM/E ur lilt JOA "t
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(Color) "The Brazos Kid" 0 Midweek B (Color) Let's Make a 2XUJHOUU) HAVE MEN Ji\i\ fry n TEwuiiy mrarfAMT 110 N 1W
":" O Pa.. Study 3$ stuNS TOUR ooltolt *!" WECTWQ t1FIR! X-COKTIMUE t< la an outlaw who's supposed 0 Onle and Hlrrle B (Color) HI, Neighbor Deal BEfORE THH.VOU o oN 1M N I CAW
to be dead, but I:. O Can Williams CiM O Farm and Home I:. a Password KNOIWI WORILINGr
newspaperwoman Samantha 0 Bnrke's Law 7:00 0 0 Teday 0 0 Loretta Yong Sit
Frye knows better Burke'i in Epitaph Flats, 0 Local News, 0 Sip Off
i and she writes a series of a Western ghost town, to Weather I:. B Horne Party
I articles about him that the death f Doctors
Investigate 0 7.0S: O Ranger Hal a 0 M
bring bounty hunters to coin collector Emerson 7:51 0 Local News, Weather 3:00 8 T. Ten the Troth
Medicine Bow. Cartwheel. Actors seen in S.N O Captala Kangaroo B O Another World
O CBS Reports cameo appearances a rEd t::11 0 Divorce Ceart '111 a News
I "Kennedy vs. Kea t lng" Begley Fred Clark, 0 Bachelor rather 2:310 (Color) Yea Deal Say \ rrA
Newsmen Eric Sevareld Sheldon Leonard. B (Color) Romper... 0 Edge of Night

and Harry Reasoner report 10:000 Danny rare I:. B Jack Benny I 'a Pepeye's Pals ____. u____ _
on the campaign activities Danny's guests. are actress B Jack La Unne .:. B Match Game v. MUST H Tai WANnNS 1DIRIeoN MaffiNOeacanoe
of Robert F. Kan- B Secret Stem kooW M t WAeFOYCNIATRIST ti a Susan
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candidatefromNewYork 10:. 0 News Special a News 4:11 B News T11a OeNTA00NLNACK MI010 of IN WWMIKaf. Teas
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and his Republican Palo Alto County Iowa, B (Color) Cameras a Political Talk-O Tour IaoNOCrJCi
opponent, S in. Kenneth has voted for the winning Please 4:30 a Leave II to Beaver
Keating. Presidential candidate I a I I':. B B (Color) Word for a Best of Grouch
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WASHINGTON Not everyone raised enough money to support Zilch. They had all contributed Schoolchildren were given f UN DRILL ON IclY
wants to win an election. himself and get in some at one time or another to Zilch buttons the local radio KTf
On a recent lecture data in a I fishing on the aide.t Zllch's election campaign and stations turned out Zilch com AGAIN! / '

Southern city we heard aboua : Of course, some people who felt they had not been given mercials.
fellow named Zilch. It seem:I supported Zilch were discouraged -value for their money. Zilch was panic-stricken. His i'l
that Zilch was a born politi,' by his lackluster campaigns So they decided to do something -. opponents felt he had double-
clan and had run for crossed them and they were
every and a few even com about it. This year Zilch
kind of office In the county plained that they would like was running for president of! furious. Zilch tried to explain
for the past M years. Zilch to see a few more biUboai I the city council His opponent, he had nothing to do with the
was always defeated, but this with Zllch's name on them. 'a lawyer, had contributed... campaign| and be hadn't spenta
didn't bother him at all. but he would always retort he ily to Zllch's campaign knowing dime on himself. The crowning 1 n
i The reason was that Zilch blow came when a postcard
had no funds for outdoor advertising Zilch had oo Intention of '
wasn't Interested In winning and he didn't have winning. In no time at all Zilch was sent out Wit In,
H. was more Interested in raising money to throw around like had a campaign kitty of 111- Zilch shaking hands with President nasBMowKMNonrvJBCNT MrLa..
money for his campaign., Johnson (faked, of course, aaMaRa K41 eOIN'7ir/RM M ,SMF.' Tlerrattls tIMi3 uka
his opponent.The 000 and he was planning on I surf neTis RsiaAOa: M MKX/ Nal t NAM SttCBMCV TNI r
Zilch might raise between five Zilch's secret backers). IYOr IelOeM1 MM X1MM X011 f1DNT uSiNe BONY
by f 0* 'anrrf OP KMMIN6
truth of the matter was taking trip to Europe as soon I aista/ alit batlsrtlla cart 'XI100L: UK* WHAT WSVa PON.'/ mar A cmzsxvM JUpMI r
and ten thousand dollars to run that Zilch's as he lost and the election was : In a special election and despite krnFeli cur s4tTucAVTmM twit* twar tmLi was, oar
for office. By being careful In opponents were usually his protests that he didn'twand I T>S coMMNexMEX new* Mcer wry TLIa TLIAT A/rN1ACH!
k his best source of cam over. 1 1 Jt tmaim on *gear MS mcmt Tim
I his expenditures and nuking paign funds. But ho hadnl reckoned with the office and had never I 1 seLam a1100e n or rase
sure he didn't do anything foot :>iiM Johnson, Zilch won by a. elolgar atls/sr r s.u+.u .
Ish. Zilch managed to keep 00 They knew he didn't 'have the disgruntled busbesemea ta' ...... j
per cent of the money for him the "will to win," and It was his town. They came up wife aplan. I. lea la now the unhappiest.
k self. This kept him going until easier to run against Zilch man .' They got together a see. man to town, not only because I
the next election rolled anybody else hi the county iy let fund and, without ttcal> be has to work to an elected
around. contributing to Zllch's .... tnowledge or permission, they office but because he knowshis dt0
Zilch ran for sheriff, he ran paign they were assured of winning started plastering "Zilch for opponents will never contribute : i
for mayor he ran for coroner, an election. Councilman" billboards a 1 11 I to another Zilch cam. I
and he ran for Congressman i But there happened to be a I over town. They distributed,paign Why should they when '
Then was no office he would group; of businessmen In the thousands of bumper stickers Zilch can never be trusted
refuse to run for providing he town who were pretty sore II'vita Zilch's: name oa them. again


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:;By,HENRY S.BRADSHER But such significant things as 1 Presidium has 33 members the 'premiership to the party ;T'-g:;: \ ..,ory EPIRIENCEDAPPLIANCE plus nmmlwlon 5ALliM.! .

the lineup of portraits of Soviet which is a bit too many finger s leadership or some other ma NOW'i ; ANNOUNCIMINTS l.c....il cvmpMiy _I'".
? MOSCOW (AP) Who's o'I In Moscow I J. M. Flottm Fonmnol Otllco.IXFIRIINCID .
leaders displayed will move In and ultimately take
button.
Moscow's. end of the hot line I : for one IS mm to Mlp" mmooo -
show that Leonid L Brezhnev Is both Jobs. .
Ik* <*onwljrICard trocory ...I.. Murt M bon > ,
? Whose finger is on the i" ..ln., .
onto
now 4155 CipoM K toc
the He took over Lacking aD'officially ot TAME.a .
top man now. proclaimed .lof a Mlplnf' In..... Hury ,
nuclear rocket button? Khrushchev's Job as Communist commander in chief Loot 4 FoungdPvroonallu br Circle, Gronry OKnor N.W.
A... 4 R1MI .
Litterbags lorvtcMSTrwoJ Sells Mlllhoppor

Until Niklta Khrushchev party first secretary.In ., Premier Kosygln might seem
unexpected ouster last week, the last 40 years of Communist be the man. But Us portrait >Is I Make Votes ,. .>..,.. 4IMCM IFtorWlI NMBO Mm yn.Oil old.tlMMn Apply: mar.Alochuo.ANTINNA SI. I J

,( the answer to both questions P5,1.554 p1100"
rule the party secretary second and what No. 1 ma n I Baby lltton CtilM C... '

was simple and the same. has always been top man; he: would want to turn over the I NEW YORK (AP) The antiI f Plato* T.Oo"And Mono and lorvlco..""II.. mon Phono In.l.llo-FR I.uoi \'J"

Now It's more complicated.If has been premier only 11 of litter movement Is adding a TntoK T* I. Hmom TV I, Antmn I I
: decision on massive devastatlo I Urvko Jlf W. Unlv AiS. 1'
President Johnson decides those years. The premier the new dimension to 1964 politick SALESMAN I I,

to have a talk on his direct line rest of the time has been a tech, to his deputy? Ing.Office AUTOMOTIV1MAinrimg tor bovorogo raunfAw -I

.......... 10-N, mull b* bondoblo.
seekers from Maine p
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Texas of
taking advantage ,
get Alexei N. Kosygln As This might not be much of a I of the Soviet scene have fell the litterbug are before the vo" Wonlod READINGIN AND PORTER STOCKMAN WANTED 1 I J i iIS

heads the for Johnson since the I the system naturally gravitate; M Tractor k Truck lntalH oWl Mod opply. CH 17*.
premier KosygIn problem ers, reports Keep America Beu TnDor RmfiHMAvtomobll .an M 151'y W. T. 0,54 Ca \ .)}

Soviet governmentSUBURBIA hot line Is a teletype circuit, nota toward one-man rule.If r 05N.5HM 511555155 Conler ,
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to two tlful.The a MotorcycIot WANTED rotoD nun rout oolomm '
telephone. Talking trend Bre Democrats are promoting .*,..,. 55 U-tS, muit M bondM ?(
the continues
people on the phone at once H AvtonwMI. fir lato *. Apply I* HmcMI Oolri *tCorllono ,
of a i litterbag with the slogan: D.,,,. FnoM 4011571tor
will follow the example
but zhnev
I might be confusing an 14 two* Can lopt.
"LBJ for the USJL Vote TIME
agreed message could be put on Stalin and Khrushchev and add Democratic." If Auto Wonto) PROFESSIONAL '


DRIVE-IN THEATRE the teletype from Moscow. In Texas aGO P slate of .- '
IN THI CIRCUIT' COURT OP PLORIDA IDUCATIOHALNIcMolili INS. CO.
IIOHTM, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN candidates for the state house of THE .
The fingeron-the-button question iMtmctlM. pow 541 pnl155M IIr 1M_
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.
Starts Tonight 7 :00 AND In Orlando, 0.1,....11I.
51555
gets more, Involved due to IN CHANCIRY.RAMONA representatives .is passing out If _... DancingMWanto TMw Mva a ouoron-

Area First Run I the vagueness of the Soviet .,n'lff.w. WARRINOTON. bags with the slogan: "It's Timor -lMtructlMIMHOYMINT toad/ f:1--: cant. land and com.avorwrlta

I constitlon. WARRINOTON a Clean Sweep-Elect aU plot. can of II...
FRANCII P fonooor p. O. Bo Ma 0,._
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Candidates for TO
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hDekS It does not designate peacetime NOTICI or suit State Representatives." II .pml ttolp WmtoOII MAINTENANCE ..........Ic. *D* ISM. -

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Another
commander la chief for litterbag sponsoredby = ter'
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I.. Soviet military forces as Johnson Float lot Anglic Pool Offk P.M.'. Boston Advertising Club, M ..... Hal* W...... of laundry_". /"'mt. 0Mrilknowlodg kltcMn

chief of tan ....,..*. Calltornl takes a middle of the road approach I*war WanM PimmW 51,51.1 1 prsl555d.. 11,11. kbe54 Y
Is commander la You ..* Mraby Mtlflod IMt Itior tioo work Wontod Moll l WANT aduc5151.. M h,. wick. 51511151.,
f estab- boon Iliad IIy RAMONA W. WARRINO : "Don't Be a Goat 01.41155... 1151,11. ...... _'...
the American military TON In th'. Circuit Court of Air-1" Get Out and Vote." Nary. _1U.... with KulKn -
County. FtorM. Mr eomptolnl. ........ GET FARMS i LIVUTOCK *no) Mpwlonc" Writ r*.
ishment.
you and ttiit till nlwf IMraMM 1.q' IN INS CIIICUIT COURT 01' PLORI.DA '. tumo to On. IOOA Oilnnvlllo, Sun.
1 for U I ..__ 'OHTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN M Form l.lpmntV .
Under the Soviet constitution ISIS I.. IMrotor to nmrnond you to AND'' FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. Food k FortllHorJ ADS II-H.,lpMibrP, .....
fill your written dfom In Mid com IN CMANCIRYORAOV ft SuaalMLondouplni ..
the Presidium of the Supreme 55 .w Iwtor tM Ind MY gf Nwmvmr. loll TIITIR, LMttocK A1 TUT prlnllm production .
A. 0. IH4 and thit. yOU "*'MIIiMroiffar FIllnllH N Top Sal porti croallvo layout 4 "'dgn,
EMOTIONS Soviet which declares war and on or baforo till day ol Oct.oMr M Poll ft tuPPllo. Fulltime 1 lob. Apply In patwirln .
A. D. 144 **rv* .P5 af your CMRIITINI NILL TIiTlI..nt. Wmtod OMpIn ... Mr Mrs t
concludes peace Is presumablythe dotontoi. If any. an Barton ft Pur- -. H Llwttock bin. Fppor Prlnllnj, 1014 $a
wall, tit I. I. Pint ....... .. MWIII*. '""let OP IUIT POR etvoaciTOl Main' Oolnmlllo, .
top commander. But the Florida. atfomayl tor .... atakMIM.an* CHRIITINI NELL TIITIRRwlounc '
Immodlatolv tMmftor til* IM uri In.I Unknown THAT .IMAMCIALMavttoaw MOTOR ROUTE IALISMAN 711CARRIER
55PIia :In: my Hlc: *. Upon fillur to comply Vw ... Mroby notlflod. thot 5 Cams OpaortwiltlMpMonoy Announcemants lor IM _. w*. Mv ("moior ; 1,1
with oltlw of IM 5.v. doctM pr* MM. for Dlvorco" hot Mm IIM. aaakul l15s. Ivtlor orto.
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tranopartotlon
I copy ol your Anwar or Flooding, to MMomplilnt N .55555511N and deli to
my'ban aoal af Or- 'nlllI'. J run pur 55111 bwIMw' wl'h I
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I ADMInI uMoess cult Court, tfili day at aoptimMr, A. D Imory CraM P. O lax 411 0towlll. MM.y I LOST POUNDLOSTMINIATURICOLLII .coll vary Mr N C.4.C/ ,I rc l plant.,..*. ',

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BYl CHIRRIII HALISIARTON on *r bafora tM ink dy II OctoMr. M wontod I* awat Ned l01I hind .... Name "K5 14 S .
LAST 2 KITES ft 'U.WUI.I'm.r. 044. II you loll to da w tudgmmt bydofMilt BETTER MMntooty ft Tail lea". lie 4/.r./ Call N24 lMHlp.W.*T.*1

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Itraot roflof dunondod to compMntDONI
MOW IM LAM Al Sill l1.mull brown .....,. with 1 Mmao m. boyars lot 5..1.54,
net ,I vii t Hi'* Xlnonlll Puns. and ORDIRID at OIMWIII' HIUII\IIId 05545M marking.. *, ChIIdr."'. .pot Piortunlty' Contort Tampa lull.alar t
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11.6 -n"_. 0555, 1717401TIXAI .
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI Clark. Circuit Court Pwlt OIL COMPANY Modi man
Trading
KILLED IIOHTM' JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT' IN AND Alacnu County, Florid. II 4 NUONALIZID SIRVICI ovor N ol one tor Colnaivlllo
ADDED FEATURE 'OR ALACHUA. ITATI OF FLORIDA BYl EMILY WATIRMOUII.Dopuly ,... on ft woo*. ..... RapMvancxrwnt) 1.1.......
IN CHANCIRV CI... W |.rt* Mwtoo aaulp.n YOUR SEAUTY COUNSELOR *l Irlng" banofltt., Muss own cat 1
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: Goriest% I PUInllM, A".....y *t LwO CARl! Camp Hunt 5 PISA to Norrlolt* IvwMrt Fir "!.. .ouporlonc' halpful' but not 1
.... ,. B.. dllOSInnv11N 71 Offk agulamoatMALISTATIFOIUU. Mwwotlon. *r prmntotlon nocMury loo Sill 11..1.,.., ))
H. W. HAGUE l Id J"'N'' L Ftorld. Msskel MorCI\ondIJI CALL Vo-mo oiKul, il .IM T.rraea Hotol '
.1fF 5AOU.. 545 .II.. N N 01 Cowwol tor Ptointltf. A KUT HURL HAury SALOON T......., Florid on Thursday 0<:,. ,
; No 1130) '34441 *Nl III ?. 14. It 115.1515155511 ...., II 01 0 AM. II AM, 4 FM,
Motifs OP IUIT a FM No pnono" Mill .,..... '
BLOOD THE ITATt OF FLORIDA TOl 115; CIRCUIT COURT OF PLORIA. ', PS,. U All I oiirk" fluirontoi] Mill ......... bgins' pradlcsl1ra04. '
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PANY S CInPIFNls. Ill "I esslM5s.IkNn. AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.
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4 MrilfiMtor' nmod, hwlnir .IIIy WIN IN far Sal 0,405. N _ass, or 11551 Iy. ""DV .....rn _.... _.....rI
CALLED HIM ,.
THEY 5
clilmlnt" le tin any right till* .r wy *oy Orivmi IcMM. N5.. days Good r.r.1ac. -
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.e'Nf PAUL NEWMAN .*rlMd prpJt In Atoctiu, County H. I 555545 IMART.. 0 Rod litot ........ 5 SPICIAL MOTICaI.'M..I. WANT FULL TIM! IMPLOV.
Plorl" N.wltt MOTICI OP IUIT MINT tor my "" /''d. Highly SIlk
MIM. 1 In TmntM. .* f. tout" M tool INNS WOuNd
All 111.4' "W 5111
THE HUSTLER 11"41 tl lit. I" .... ARRIDONDO TOI H. a. IMARTOonarH .... for *H>HkKumU Call 171.""". ICanm5 dlMM"
GRANT lm .... Norm 17* Ch."". .. Dollvtrv' II Out at Taw Prabarty by nyon IMr ItwnmytHI
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41 IwlMo*
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"THE LONG SHIPS" all GRANT' 6 T.wmlip trwio IM S hull Bot..MM RM5I*f Suc N Ircult.. Mr Court compallnt of Alochua Molntt, County you md Flofu HIM. ft AcI'IIIIfa I bttr slit... CklU c.. T Werle W....Mote

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of 5.ctls 3)-"". .in II any. *. Barton S Bur-. CENTRAL 41 FumllMd Apia
tornor will, 111 I. .. Pint llrool O.Ivllll. I cor tar cnlMrcn to my 55515.P.nnd
TK.H' TELEVISION turn* run Norm.WIi IS CMolw, Urlda. .. 44 UnfumliM Alt.*. .... "" .v
ittorrwyi tor IM ''nI'". .... yini ,
"FR 2.0433 run Woil t* in* "' II"* '"* Lot "' 2 5169dPI530NALIIID CNII 510ic. Trolnlng
'. '" I ( lh .\ thKO run bull. 10.M tliln, llwnct :nmodiiioly" tn.ra.ltir Ills tM *rlginal fI H.... tar Rant rut* Courwo-ClaiiM
run lul M .m* Folnl II twlwlnft. .11 l llyint 55 my attic., Uoonfollurl to complyMtton cir* tor tofont How forming, Hawaii ...,....
ad koinf, In toc'l* :M+". .". sink ..1155 MIN N M Ih. .51.1. d.5ra, p0 M HOUM let Kant Utifum. undor in* ,_. Fri..'. Mm*. C...*.... 211 W Unlv Anlv Av*.
l mo oM-lwlf mil "owl ntord HllMI ya FR t-150;
Commtnc *
according: to law. 41 Roomo tor Ron m iw md PL

on ins lclloii twin bowidwy.....It *uttl IIns<.. ol of Jrjetlond .-. WII_. my hand md tool of our II MoIIIII 1515.5 CHILD CARS molMro. ukUnco.. Real Estate ExamCOURS
lino of ARRIOONOO ORANT. run Ircult Court, Mli 4lh. day of OctoMr, nta* loeoimi. pri,.t* Mm*. .*.-
loll Ills diolm, I* Hot It 1_. A. D. ,.... II MM. RontaalI1A 55NIa Pbs PS 11754 ATTINO .
Plril
J. B. CARMICHAIL.ClarH lonon fro
North lino IIOKf botwoon 1 Ion* M Toxmtilpo 30 cholnf I I*tnt TswMsnip 1. of Circuit Court. FLORIDA'S Wmtod T* RontHS TINY TOT wit NW" *m. it coil/ vi-an.

F.MIW 11, Th" "nc. Wo.t *n lln 111cfiont (COURT BY$EAL1STRTON Emily WtrMut ........ WON SCHOOL MIN A wa0r1 \I N II to tr.1n lor
PLAY
louHl tell logroo toultiooi CIVIL SERVICE
1311 chiM t* olnnTn, In loctlon4tlt ft fur BURWILLttornoyi Plaintiff H Offk DM ...... Vhlt M md IM for younottM E'slnN/5N" 'or NMrmNIM.
vx catillhllKfl II oxrM .*.* or 711 I. I Flrit 51,550O.Insuv111a ntiii it "Itth ,f 55 47111t ,- ....
M awiMM *
DINING I.... Florida. Ely T55IIUIs lIa w.
VOU AND SACK OF YOU Sri tor* I 17.44)10:7,1671. N II riMALl HELP WANTID Adam N. .. =- ..
by wvorilly notitM. toot wit tor ...*
Cloluro' ol I nrtlln.tw.*.. Mid. oyKILOORI ROOF TO BOB SIRVICInipacloJ NIGH KHOOLOf
DANCINC7 HID COMPANY 5 Flor.lot TASTAOLIRONIMANAGIMUNT LAB HC'N: TOUM lldyI Mm, lea baakm. 115 Icon
I corporation ofloelln tM Mw AND CIRCULATION, ; \. larvlcatM work Mytlul lb 5 $11.51 :' O. 151 15511. JIeh.s. I i
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I C* torn collOMhlfhly I 72114.
tcrlbo proporty hM boon NKol woHn IAct of OctoMr 13. mil locthMn IR1.r rur1.sts 1
30 Sass. .
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you UK Itiot piirMMnt M """,..... *. Till .. umtad Nails cadi chaISlry 5 01.11 $
Universitv Inn COCKTAILS ...'" by i1. _.... John. ... MpOMInoo Dito If fling It Oct S5n 44 Run ft TV lank _._ but not "'_*. 22 "... Sisk..N t'a
Murpu50. lddl/Ln11. en .....,_,.., ::Till. ot avMcitN IUwsyNN LARGEST tory l.c..iint. Miry, Mu... wwlmrklnt
wMroln *no) Mroby toollionol IUNFrojuncy. *J Appllanc, ft Fumttur condllloM. FMIttan H COMPLETE: BOOKKEEPING a

morttogoi in MUM t* o* .taro- I. II 'IMU* ._.. n parmMonti opelicoxll, who CI,,. SERVICE' 372.5209 ;
sloww51ch oHott port Ol tM *.bov. cool laturdw nd tuMoy as51 omnovtd tanfr tfin nrn4I.0
ncriboo 1154 hov oln bon IIMI ..Location. of 415,555Nk.* *|ort yow oMuW not ..,.,. Coll lorpomnol '
515154y.5, I .". VW ore Mroby nqulrm citlan ittnal c 51y. 555555 WANT-AD RATES a In...._. JI_7" Mr. 2' For*. Se.ip.ssp, yy{
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A oriomol' c*...*..In. *n* ISIS oupdomontiry F lor Mo :Mtl, 0( I7M411 Fonlntul' CMm Rotoorch Inc.An WITH AVI.. TUCTOII
cimpiikit M III.** on IMpulnlliro I. Locollon of IM Midajdrtoro *r **n. PH. oquol pprtMltty _""., 'I40M1 CUITIVAT0sLI1L,2-11 C.IIA
7 ittornoyt LILlt IOWARDIOOOORICH oral bwiMU ollie" f
IM pubtMka FASHION WlOi foproointltlvl t*
4:00 WIOOINTON' ) 4 IAWYIR (MI prmtonli. tamo oo .... 4.dltor for M51sS5N. IM 555515 MkN 21
6:51500i Post Otllc 5.5 *M, Flint City. FIEF .. N.mi 5d addrsuaas N 55s. buns Mir .....W...*. Urn Mbllontlil U..1e a S"n ss_
... .< or botr* IM 17m My ol Novonvtor and monaolno Mltori JoMR FRMIN '
IM4 .OtMiwIw' .... HtfiilioM of HMTlMn OHMwilto. Florida Pub- MARKETPLACE Closslfr. OnlyDEADLINES or commlulom.wrlto l>. O.PMn... 7IJ, FOR LJ""44' O-T15 A''
NN. c...... s. .. NpM 1M4aryampslm MiMrt Idwtrd L. J woan, alnoo. Oomnvlllo.. PI*. man, pony w l toatl to
45555. IIIorIIA will M $1555 5cSt.uea villa' PMrM. Mtori w. O. I Mroto. _...risrzss: h.y _I.. .1
OllMtvlll' FtorM. *. Advortlimg WANTIOlurrwcM
wIll 'WITNISS my hard on* Mil *f MM Olroclor" Kcountlni mcMM *oorotor > IOOP4 NOW-IAVI. LATIFJ. iST
Court M OllMivlllo/ : Alothuo CountyKriM 7 Ownar Of awnod by _.11... So.i* mule I* loa *II.A, loaf Producw, praMct p *. P ,
thu Jin 50/ ol 0<:_. IfM IH nama on* idlrlig mmt M ttotodand H Oilnoivlll, Suit.COUNTSS oalf ag.lntl o pooilbto,. prk* rll*
J. I. CARMICHAItCl "" alia. tommlotoly tMnundir tt* -- OIRLiMrloncM by to..ng o >...... ol our boo*.
.! tM ClrcuW CourtCOU.T namoi an* oMrinol of otockhildiriwnwg Tull R5. 'rL 5515. only Apply *) pmonta mt pngrom an loaf cni.
ly EMILY WATIRHOUSI. 0. C, s or MMtm I par ..... *r mara ... ...... 015 ..... p5011. OM-Hour NI.rtln".... Oolno*. 'Ills PS15L. Mp5mwr 11I-
SEAL at total anwMf ol Matk. M MI owno 51155. .ino (Mppini Confof Ocli5v. 15530u& PRN15IUIl" i
(Mil) 10 14, 11 Ml 1t>4 w 5 t5p5541sa 11w .5.51 isd a1 dit P55 5 a' Ili
COURT MAI. ) /saws II III 5541,1451 .awt For oo* to a* to ..... piparII WANTIII'.NCIO 1116 115 NW 1154 ...
1U nJOESICAS M givon if oonod by"o 'oorlnarHilp .Mam .... SOOKKlIPlISApps bar.j
.......... ir otMr unlncorpor.tM Nu,. Sr.na5t5 M porwn' SANKWAITRISt. otCITIIINI yiSit'rfJSW.t 5115
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511 1445555, n wall th5 Par ad la w ki .... pipar : ;
azu S' Ndsa6d151pp' ol ack individual. muff M giyon II .t0..1111 I ...... lotMMrnum. .*.* .Mon Mr POT.wn .... VbtocbViding'JSn y'II...
FvMliMng. Co. eotnoMllto. ( M) 41 Isis Mtn or MtMut ISmllr. 54. lrfoct tor bu. I blacl it
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0. Known bondMdon' mcrlagaMand 7..11I111ENCEO 73tae. l..5 CIOu '
otMr oacurlly MMkn owning. or wILY RATES CURS 6151.'
.. Holding. I par out or mar* of total 10 PIT! SUPPLIES C w
1 ... ... mount at boMt, piirtgigii ar slits NmrHm .......... M KMI Mumpty WANTIO Ovmpry Root, (
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21. NW 135th 4-6472 : WANTED n,11Nr50; Mrw fir 51.II51
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also is 15555504555 .I51.541.T5411 5154. s.l.ry S44 M
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i .and'lose 5,5,15.,5 55,5 ore S5Midwa 51 I.5'W541s '. t 12 point OM 0.__ MM- I, .. atsyu05 .555455

I .. your heart! ..).... 55155 51555 .55 5 5150 lorn H S RM* rJMry typ :'t.-=.5: Sissy 'H MTTIR PUFVIIS
--11-- 1..55. 1 .* *>* AKC
m oocvritiM. of IM auMMkingcorporoflon 55 5 -..... 1s lh,1s4 cb.,5/45.5l5 01 NOUM.W
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j total am unit 5./1 554 7 5551.4 50 r5t55
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MTDM Itom mow M comnotod Mr okpubtKafw 115,555 5SNy IIP. FRENCH POODLES
on oof Mow wMck dicorrv .N 24 PointS -
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MVOrllMig IMr OMo MpsbHsM AND 555 **** M j .
,'' 555 ... .5105 ..* wor* a**.. mortW MM rtor FMn <*>!<. T .IIOII. .....

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Manual itocnaM ant* HUk.a"
..3SN Till 1". UMtodj atotoa 772.7515
(_It Melt ..... W..... FOX TERRIER PUPPIES"
...-- .... tiglii oack hau drujgnnotog 36 PI.a

'WALT DISNEYS tt maniKo A. Total .... IKUCK, 111.1355155WM \to ..q: :: COY
.5.Ma yIsl.4 154 5,11 ,151 -If .55.5..1 5,4 .1. 55.1.p
575. 5. 155 C5s,5N5. t. T. 55.5S.serlb..I L5 -.. SIl SOS WHITE QUAIL
M ...... C_ 5.15,5i e 1 5. .Mwy .... 555 .55. sis O>*MP* *11. *i *
5 5 ---11.- 1 ... 511 5511. M 1555 5t0.1r5 5,01 554 55dl
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...* "iJOli C. Fnx dliliUullonnmgbiil USEDCARS' 755 S.kSNM W .. M MM54 Sal 5 .5565. .50150150554 Np'dAlaya.5P50
i \/ (xiynwg by ...., urrtor. 50 5a1P5d M 0 -
5 b. olMr moan .I TVM 545.55 II ...... "_ .. ItrntNS FREEOIR5A5

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601. 4114411. Trailer Sales .......... M tgully. u ACUI 500050 110"-11 IM N > IM. I kiKki mm UMv.Av LASSITERREALTY 0 Ills N w,0Mosr00 N 151W :;'
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Mr 4 Ptrtl Motor. 550.0 134.1355Oaaa LOT 511 PIN AW1LITTLIWOO1 ,01.000 sell' boil HII. iylnvMiint' llwl Htm Ntms. S1WwS N a.1NoNM .
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DININR-DANCIH. 1150151 III NW 1M 555.

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CLASSIFIED ADS '.

II L Clan out the Closets & Utility! Rooms Nonr-Plck up extra catk Person to person edt ara for HIM commercial..... telling marcbandlM priced

\ tAvs 4 LINES $3 at $100 ., less with the telling price stated.. the ad. No addrtianal costs for ads that require the full 10 dayt... .No refund for adi that

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GOOD BUY ,,,..,. both end onlronco CtotoIn al.rting J... 10 wlt515 OaInsnIlli troo NIt""". tranor 17 CD.Ortg. II. SINGERSLANTOMATIC CERAMICSghnlng __ot. Slow.. ovolloWoi nu .IIft.... I DON. T, .1..r.J11au. ypNa IItlghlell ....-..
THE TIME Uf x W Send IP Wen.dorfiii bust port of city. ont atr.at ..... Sr.N new. MOO bias I .. Now ClooMO t lo L MM NI Mil ttVi .mats POIIiII Sar&jgy .
epportunlty" tor nka ,.tII''... AIM, turn room ill C.5 524 65 coot t51Y. wiN ton. pot lot Your Xmas Olrni Ready Now "| .YTMINa ttlet
322 Nl Jrd M P.ITIKID>> end trooMn. rk> Mf MB ills H4I a. Unlv A... ,. MUt BIICOUNTID .Pu sSSivSx
rooming' goo* *IVMmonl "'" pit OMlrao t* rant .rand no* ooto bod and O.bywills
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NotWOOcl Hops, ns3o1. prlvot., all lltllllloo Wpllod. ._..,"* small Muo lllpv. asss as 55.d" ... 114.1.. Pas. "' 1vot1I.
trad choir" loth M Sand ote. Pay kJ of 111 M AUTO ZIG ZAG
WILLIAMS
good SSRVICCSNTER
Ph. 461.1154.LOVSLY 52 Mr1n W..... .
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42 f t> Araton CALL 1761551 .
mw Hswthan Rd J1WtJ7 .
Dwrl call writ. Jimmy. Craw homo ....
Have 5. olr-cond I IFOP. 555 Ne kjtad Poymonto ofTO
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+ j r Do "". Not and cold wits' pa ROOM and BOARD HOLLYWOOD douM tad with ttWi to..... Dol.. OolnMvlllo.' .w 0,46 nice. ."_. said.5d IM floor lunwc with ...,........ Lpu
1 e ""t' .."r..wo:;/.* :,. SW flh .... 5...? loll Chen room, homo cooking' maid 11m..... ..,1.... led maNn r. e. ,Parses ay.-wlttl gait cr1461 Sake orioty pilot light. only IM yoon SyeSnp M..nl.0 C..07M ..
1 :A Room. lvy N. Call PR 51411.PFICISNCY Mrvlco. m %W. mt vKtII \ Motol Mtchon I toMo wrrhchain lam NATURAL Avtumn Hn 5o ,. ald COlt 1x now will toll lor
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1I II mln. tram mod contor. Call J7M75 areas III 17" W,1I9 J'C"' .
120. 575. PP.
I m> MrS Carolyn Nay... 3Ts533. / A..AlllftI.NrL .NmNt1 faN mink 51Ms. wcrt/Ec./ 551 .... DoL G.-lIIo' .... HMI.NEW MtiMirhn fa.twv.rn
';Aportment or OLADYI IMITH $P.IALTO Ph0515 164.1501: OMk>D.kItTtllirV s.- T-A-O APPLIANCES lor Volw I7M lortat. M" I ii M camping trallor lor ,
2211 W. Unlv Av.. -- and auoroniooddl diN NW im n PR 00* raooomnu.. $ !. Contort 'Oil MU ,,," "" _
HINT I HP. porllollv hinlilwd IUILDIN8 Chas rsloll from HP dp 5545.W OUWIINO UPHOLITIIV Mr. JowM Sock's G.- Folrkonko. ,.... In/b,. a1Mac..
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374.00.41 77454$1 ,.,., _toll parkin., .. J.,1or, pS Drvora mm UP u nMpra srs 5naNianaly H" Pro Mlmotoo pWup and doHvory Mutt ULL. loovlng Od H. c... 1075. Call 1551351Rlr y.McCOY'S
R&AEMBER- ;::r.iM!: ). aural prlvoh Sally .vlM.*. Coil PI tor .... I PoMVPraonra Iran M* *** 'WISOPI'S Phono'""5247755.LOT'S. All .work guoran.lood. pot Mr eon*., M JM ITU Hk*
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A 'rental vacancy MOCKS en' LISt OAK "AM- lor opot. to noP. 54 ...._ ....... JIM VOVLCI APPLIANCE co. CITIZEN BAND RADIOS lot A-l nbultl WAIH."" TWO hMmrai oil : i.,
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COSTS Imlm. MoHorMM mo. jot SI tin It Plain PP.o4Mt DAN BYRDM1' DISCOUNTPRICES :' ,: lINcoCM T.aM year.154 .. 9.15 Awe.*. or 4-MH -bur 4iMf MAC OMA
W. univ :m-an or '11 MM ond on forM RII P pant haw you
than the ad'that ,. Hoynot.m 376-8268. 41* W. Unlv Av*. KCOMPLITI Wit A.| HANDYMAN SHOP ,. M 7ONI
TWO Shams ;
80 ACRES anti *nrt g nit. HOMES. INC
APT, I II, Ml par mo .. HAM Rodl ttotlon ..... ,
ROOM WARIHOUH TIM .. It. In Hug W. IIC.n..IIY DESK Sway wkkn dusk with
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46 Unr.rnliApt. ) nock, tlXM qm p.4asNrs
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I ." 11;. DUPLEX, .lIe. "w 372-04. CLIIA0N. OMi'hoolor. C.. ,It 4JPK M., If lire Mm Homo b HIM MM .
257 ACRES .. PP.1 MAMN ..... MMOct. yow kMvry homo loo.lyrao a
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ONLY $165! 'Ion elllI..... 111..... Col mi par ..... Cencrot. MATCHING CMAIP. I hop to- OAI HIATID. pk>* our too DUO TNSRM 1..N .55 .......' $511I/N Nlslly, roes, aaaty11cMn living.. MoNc. lie Ml
YOU EVERY DAYsAhtU'it 372.2641 kik. 11III...,... good locotlon and '.5Nod.. 1.5. .I pN5 asmp4sle MM1m.5 sr14 tubM5.. 'M .a.a 551Inanla wn/s pamry. s nhqSi 11 nttd wall On Wlttl
I Monty ol perking. CM AlA. 17J75k.lamps. '"b15/M1 IIOn. .101. I'm _.. ,Npa. aspafbnln. eNalae fl. e-".. kitchen, nd pontryfranco.
PER ACRE 47 HMMM M Rout ,- CHUA MALTY, AMOCIATIS, oconomkolry, on lor 05145 =: P0.5311.100. Mess. III our m.n.Ssss 55slIu bandy Is tile ...... ..
I Is ranted: 1194 pr yoor kwomo from Mlp nttui.bulloing. 66 M..... ,., .... coot only IIS.M down). Mm.* ki Wlmborly. Irtotoo This or* thn ..
..ik. tor I more yams on IMIII .... room Isal55dumlal15d. N_ II PP.OPANI LP OAI N.W. Sills Torr. bit tit N.W. raomi with wtilandinf cloootfocllltlw
Kroh ..,.... III ohomoilto..... 51wands. TWO .5r Flank Wckor.om Porn LIAS/ 10.011I., n. Hen REPOUES5ID Mthor II... PI ,11. plus .... tug tljd/
,if;:RENT YOUR LOSS 5.1.1011 LtHt .. or Jo. Oowln Oren,. ....... W. U.'". A.*. 1''''* MMpor $ P21.1511551SAROAINI 1515Nw Myrkk. IulldIP ...... and s aspasls Olss/1y/

0PM. M' KlIlM/ NW III PlorUoi PP. WNICull HarnhallIHalaynas.: ., 5.dnaR ulto wild klmim'm'lrriV .. .hold. UNUSUAL4BeJroom HomesIn aN.1Mnan171310 ....lIItIIe mailer ...... it
Bs Sr PER DAY IS: eomnvlliOb/ For full Wormolloncoll / month. "7"'. Surd W.nut, double druaw Iama.... Pvlng room with
i i BR, 2 bath. $65 pas Walnut" l"lt i dining Nun $... .
I Phone 475.4061 or 475 I HAYS ALL KINDS. building ... dusk and! choir 4 peoottlonol -2-Batli N.IIy ""'m with 5 fI lnoUcomok.
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si.!1.ny. .. HIM pr tuto'mo. M It, HWIMI for RM UnfiimAVAILABLI _Patsy Jr. MOM 7MIH. KIM Longlh loom rvbtor ..... WESTVILLANW wins $5 on...... .... cm .a
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INM. I7M* torn mt ool.r.I MARY MOELLER REALTOR COINS' W"NIIO 2-II40.FR 2-III2 Ut ui glva you on Mtl-
aI.at."t JMo J .M per doyCALL .. All UI ond i N.W. 16r Twrw. mot. corttroctlnQ
IJlfW Unlvonity Avo.PP. loralgn Illnrdcrilori / .'O.IIIICA020" bMrd Tred.ln Ph "We trade hou.iii. on your
"rorty AiudokM IM.QM .44>l4IU Neal Iii ond VU II. Mal tokkw cutllni' koord, Jut Off N.W. 15th Aye. now cuitom hom. .
378.1411 i Univ.RaM' holt doiiora.KIIIL Oolnoovlllo, Auto fop lisp Ad Abet Oer'r Coll Guild .eV. Q. McCoy r
W :OTHMi wPfl. it ITAMP COIN' MOP eu.1Ny" uph.1al.ry wait.

M i Acm .. W. IM Acroo W. ___ Nf_W. Unlvonity, Avo.__ CANT JUICe Wimberly Eitareei. Day. FR '-1290
TO PLACE YOUR II .. Must-16 Acres L W. NIC.LY ,u.Ni".1>> ROOM Sae WANTED TO IUVI Ills. (or M "'".. 71 emu ..I. D.51oass 6 eIN.evIIle. .s SNIwl old 1150hulwtew .yd MJIkII i. MUM. NiMFR 6-5015, .
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[L;SUN RENTAL MARY MOELLER.REALTORHOMII r I rw 10111 II. 1736531.TO _. VOID doubM. kodo MM *ndpiM LAKESHORE N. Mold Itrwr* w. Mad ot Slit.
t r'WANT ISIS W. U.Nunily Ave.PR441n 5551513$ n : man. W* say Mud Fumltwral cell....... p ups I anrluss5. ,
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1121 Nill 4th S/ CON 521.0,54 _. CIcIcII 'n NS *M I. Auln. TOWERS
4J c.w.I: Prgaty HADJOCK P.OTHIP.ttnHli COX WAREHOUSE
J -I IOP.OOM Kid 'prtvoto kotk lorMoturo or oHIIQ. Alochit' ,. -
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.,: Ws* Lltthwod -Wool. PI ...,. >> ROOMS M Slinks. to* Clyd RovMldt' PraM loom 19, and saw ett_forword_KM Hound rovon toown 'x m BEFORE YOU BUY
woof ochool lut nrvk" Mrlgok MOVI 'NNow torn c__ fN SW M Avo. Oolnoivllio, Sun. _.
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1 I Mind' PMA rlnoncing. Law down ,ay-.'. Lath IM0.51 Ny.POn / 62 Mdchliiw a T.... "Ing MIC I.. ......... IllUnlv W. SAVE!
5451 daws ft Mfa mainlyb01lss M N.I. I""h Ten.McCoy RINT.Raspas' an,", All Av.. 1711155.LAP.OI TIle Mlowlng, ..* now wvJorconitructkM .
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IMMACULATEly HOH old. "". Mlcmpy' Tour. until 1.1 caldlfla. 100I N. 11'hD" :us. Seal I'i' RaadaM Call Th* Mlowfne: are ...., far
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LOTS
I wnor, I M, nl55 yord foodnnojibomood. 1710.....
.._.by! "prk.Nrrm TANK AND PUMP 1110 N W. 2M .
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I Phan1 .PIt ..11I1I :m.I1.L SO MAIL Helsw Walt Sank MM .... oMrog cop.lurtoblo Good Sued 55545 mslnnpal 4 SR.. M kotho da, 2/sb PI.
J attars .i PS 1.345. for moo Stub. My.1Otrn1.lt ,. 131., t3I NW 34111 A... $144 pm : I ..- 1 koHM .. dtw HIT

o I | I*.ccr MOMI on, IOrslr_.. .lot IIImo7 ....1 COIORID RENTALS I- IH FUP.N m mo MoMI Homo pampt 71'or'"P.C.1e.otIIMf ranch.D.Wale.f Call 110075. 4120:4121 NW.ftlllii por,...-.1 I
HOI one Naomi .y ., me/s, bee D.
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or Ala lirwor pay asassenanI.alSr 'M 0. rw37eabld.: tEt U D .IIt. _n I." ..... Call J7J..57I ttlon am 520.? 514 "Ico N Mnspollalud. '"""" Mt both.*. MM -. V4por 711 N.W. 16th ft.'
**-.. salnoas/1 eo- = and __ _k Punie N Mmv1from Koliont .... Mokof kutton. FEATURES INCLUDE m* .
II.l' LUXURY .
I P.It\. t : era. :. with premise' .. PR 4704 P5 4.712mPI ...1.., oppllquoi 1 monngramo .* 0 : I .. I bona PIN -. BIT
... ergs alarasa c- NnaIN 51 MI.. RmiiliWAREHOUSE H3II. tin ditchoi loncy ...._ darns C SwiuwiRe Pod Swish." RswC 4llt O 4127 N.W.I' w n1Nls.
.(...! ...... W..edACsIAO5 "" mesas oil without ottochmonn.laid : Dr.I .
Nw: .haM'5r :0.11541N. Aero. .f IScsl. Grwkd Cwwi** HoeS
$24f. 1.,11.015N
now orpovmonti
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WAIITt!), n is 1M 557 trorn.DMl NJ a1. Porn PINT IN MONTH of ..... ..... Mlkolfi. C Cmfr.1 Air CMC C Unathy F..IIWtSMMW por mo *** KU| ..
won pasM all III pastors.ProN povod MHITor 7141557 7141515 towing' Mochlr. eo., III W. e Uckra a ...|. Drop ChiN.
? .n.5 tend wills' or call tor oppoNitmcnt in. IIIPP.IOIP.ATOM M Unlv' Av.. ITVIJil vJ 21. I. .. .... It. NorwoodU =
MIl_ ko wcoJIonl ku y. W" ". lf2a 371m2. TRAILER SPACI cu. n. d ,,'". old. ltd with 1.yr.gmrontoo. C f. Fwklnf.ArM a Heft**) Sldsw.lb I -. I ...... M* dn. MIIHOWPJ ,
kuUA-oon ol tun.nr POP HINT Call" PlmtMINCH Mond Totohmlion RADIO for VW q i p... "* "*V,
44 C.*t.e** f. ..... 121 MONTHNwvMrry ProvkKlol chMt roup- : IF,IP//ir551w53.11.:' : .,
W..NT'D-Thlrly" .1.1y ocrns Trollor, Pork .
____Llulli. Nr5a.. lT I I .*. lIInl_. tor UngM pnonor saw0ry. ,... end Mlat.nDarI.S, 5.1... _c..ityK. bodotoodo oolobod I3. mIDI PHONE 376-4456 er AOVANCIAPPOmTMINT "

'r, ,. ,.r .'L An. eou,,t". hoi ond 5/55Carw w TRAILER LOT for rant Durcon PhyH dining: tloM. wing-' AIR-CONDITIONER ONLY H Inc.
I Includod' In rant M back choir, Mitlau wnotnot, FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT 01 I Unrv Avo.lorg .
;".t'MIt"Ie P.PP. NoW :e T'N J' W Klrkpotrkk" Agon.cy. IT N 157. Wiody. on ArthRood ? ptcoor' and bowl Mt, and *lhrtomo. 7.011I ITUfc III alb Ml (14 NwSetvh.l 5...p. c ,51rras51 1115th M vVe Trade Homes
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MOM" tt. Call ITMOM.ulldoilna near UP 1M-MM. Noorly Nu PareltunMew Oil 31'1.2115QUAILS fomlly 4 ll"d
J34 NW Ith An.. Phono SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY :.. ... ., or Property
K --. ---- -- -.. for Ml llvo ADVERTISE Phone 481-2674 dual, ocroonod porch I*,
: IN THE kltchon. I* baths town, **nvptotory ALL OUR NOntRl ASS

: : SERVICES SERVICE DIRECTORY .. Butler Bros. BUILDERSAt 11III11. olr a5It1Sarwos451'Ml' condjtloiiod. .tlknolnMi OP4NJ PM YOU TO' .,.
JOY MIIN9 ANYTIMI IP
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5551155,50554.. N .mSlyrear. : MS1v.5/11tar11. :: YOU WILL JUIT CAU.1IU .

FOSTER KNOiNNIIvIs. 551511Ns praporty Lot o*. I
:Home And Business STEPHEN potty .-y ...._,ilylWd".__in.u .... ITRfIT .
.HEIGHTS h.. .tII. Klne. WM moitorbom --'l01I Sgsssasry lltot PS .4101 M Pd 1m
51.reas with sass \m tiled
iMOtttf Ol N W. :IMl Palm, ftom Nell bom hoi hio Slid
I M Now brick homo wider Slot MM ....111... Two car
Remodeling con,,,........ Pick your own ..,_ Ml II.W. NII Av*.
colon, ot... VA ft PNA Term Ma new Mme M lilt GAINESVILLE'S .
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SMALL llul_, loo.tr dwnp IICI .OU P104155. ... N"W. fled Ct Cal T. O. Highland Court Manor < J'
M tnidu, III dirt. Urn* raotu Top N. men roan naw55.. Ir totnuor, cvitom oulldor. PR YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITY BY
toll Ptiont jnmMartaft It' may55 051051511 50. 1t.1m1 4114
Por hit ootlmoto. ft *..r. c.....' ."IWe,.. 1_ 'I

j Broker lad ..... p5555.5 CIII C. N.W. ntk Plow ft *N> IrraMCM You Choose From BUTLER BROTHERS
011I._ 1,000.hpw WMtl IT VWNJI
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.1 1.'sari 5115,5.5. Tams 51.5r:5 of All Klndo LkvjNuni BOBBY
eve. Dry Wall Work 14 MODELS
lUILD IIPINANCI C. C. GREEN PALM VIEW ESTATES I ;
CIII elmooh. PI* .,4111
Dan Byrd Ph J76-3I75
Now bock in Golrwivil! Colonial Modem a Contemporary
'HA a1. O0nvuntlorlal aS L.aNs Roofing 16,000
55,055.5 YIIS 25,015 55 1.S to II"' you In all lypi up "
yoora.IasI.I f 1dIy ot Mi of rrrono.
C L. HARREUConlrottor
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: KiKPAi KiJioonorn LOW PHA DOWN PAYMENT

N. Mom ... P*> P* MOM .Per tit your raMmg modi nd ra.UpMlitar TIle Pewln ... IHh '
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MIO 0. ANOiRIAL D =: ,
?OPHA MlHNjI: kM. full Shell M $100 CleahM. Cart :
A'.D CONVINTWNAt HIM mttiti .... 1114 Company ,

LOANS. ...... MW. l+tk n. 14000. from $13,400 to $18,200
I lit W. UNIV AV' 511.351PONDYC5 240SNI I.sA D,. !
Ante Glass A. i Com. l_ UPNIOISTIN your MfnHra *J $500 .*... $16.4t MT ,.... F* 2-0111 I ALL CITY SERVICES
AIIQC'''''.'' 'NC. 'Saharan pros Cab Sally, ....... :
IIU IV ....A.. is Me dory SCSI ......10.. PS 5415. PS 41555./1. N.W.
11.5. 551.1as1als bwMlaslal. III W. Un'". 5/1171 _MthjwGorogo. FERN WOOD MANOR ;
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MAULOIN7' AUTO OlA55 Cai to bisN/el bickKias 3 e 4 ...... ..... .Is

mil.'" m It. PR 411.Aaip'Equipment NOME ISPAIRINO' AND PAINT ooou ....., ...... IHADOWLAWMmATU 12,250 up I

i ': ": twftoyTvtTM S I'' 1I -- I IPSCIAkLISt.I. ($100 :Closing) I
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MIWP.1PAIKSIIMOOILIN4 I t>M. or onor "l\"n' UPSwask.law $9,000 to $30,000 OPPIRINO 5/400 DOWN PHA
uuic 1 11I Sndlnla4 SIylas Fn Ian
iio>ingiii ae51ryYNli twWMr PAINTIN I 5254 IIW IiIItI A... 521.1Ne NOTHING DOWN VA I I
Mckd NY1.1.1N1.MJ'.4A All __ -...... C Well ptoMwd ,living rM Monthly Payments Startat $100 ClseIny. Colt '
.: 1 W Yea PlMKkl. AMlUMl I Drinking. Wets ... .. e euollty nwiorM ft work. ,
= ........ HUlL'S 'UIII : < ma1N515C
.\ SUPPLY 131. At "o,Voo" ia'oP'lMAU.TILIV1SION No Money Down oommyntty vo* would Mrauo $ \
M. 11.147AMiting Pros ..,__ 524eIs I CKVITAL SlaIn M,W>* wtr (Mm.km ) I. P.. MOHv $79.34 75
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prwMTi J Howm.Mogrknla your ;1
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...,..... ,VAP.IIIV.e. tot A,0tI'... :::=way. E'i-De': $56.00 lit Price $15425 $425 Dam ;

4 TMwkU Wins N 115,5 r t ........ sew beeves o.IpN ......
f IRSO .. AsM1.. messes a .. 151 .IsNSdjeie -....... }
'.. I 4 M.wn1 5.5544 ,.. DIRECTIONS Drrpe Wear M IM A... T... Ik

.....;..r."v iv1APP5A1A5. Interior Dacaretln PAINTING CO.CONSTIUCTION THI JAMES CO. M _parorad._ asswo,M_bas VA a1.asaaws I BuikJan' end OtvclepcnScltt Left .. 3..fc St. or 3fc Tarraca.Butler t

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Sa-lai ....... and COM Craft corpi. ..n.unI. c._ L.dr1. "'. Office Nl 23rd BM.
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FALCON mi:'Iwdr;' whllo.; "'*" OL05 Iu... H, PS, PB, too 1151 I'ONTI C 1'101I wIIC. ps148; Volut Rat.d I
H. iltc* Miltt. (oo* Mno MI.Piwn. ... on* _'IP. Orlfliiol' tdrougk.out. ._ ....... 15. p5100Mltvy. ,
1011 55141110 100. .... 1107. wy tttt.ooMIHon. FlrilMM | proctlco 11x111,61 Used Con P
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Ut _. 'M PORO. HBMCHCVROLIT. 000 II 4HI ftlttf tlHt. M. I BfrG MOTOR CO. I POOLEOCAIU'-I,
CHIVY IMPALA em* .11 UN! 0091 PLYMOUTH t dm W.yI
P01409. 4. 11I1'- N1W "No '. POOH SHIIo" W 05011. It* $43 GRAND PRIX PONTIAC C.dil1N' OUw.ok.lo2C9I "
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fIjO, cull PR .,,10. 014514051WANNA M,. ....... PR .,.11, UIlfWnI"C" YOUR ASSURANCE
t KAAMANN.GHIA MOVING SMR. I I i
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.p ______ M CHIVY KIT i .11 (0111(001111110,1.. P111,1 PS I. OF VALUE AND QUALITY
Mel MUtT P..,_UU. MPOIII. PHIOAV c..Mondortf oy local knmnt orlKt$ ='will 3555 .ftw d '.M. THIS IS YOUR I _J .
Ml DIM.... lutm... .r. McrMKA Call. F_It_lt_ VII AMIRICAM AMBASSA.DOR. I
NEW Number 410 V* wj* .." .t >- j 1.Expert reconditioning. 'Two full
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M FOND AUTO 511. 10(01/1. tend. Sot .,... 5.40 /00111. 61lOSSIMn.
41 q ir M "'"-TON TRUCK 5011111 C. mJIJI 1.61.SnlS CMI "It 33351 .IM 2. Written Warranty-Backed by the
CHEAP 318.2865CO"V'TTI 114 .nIP 5. 5 "..M.n .
N THE SENSIBLESPECTACULARS full facilities and reputation of Bflrfi
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MOMPlttll MIlI ..... CendIIIM. customers ore our :
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One .01.._N09d1.1 ,.. .. _.., ... UMion Ho 3514 '
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Nclvy a00 sd OrlflMl > THE NEW 65 RAMBLER
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3114130 11109 I M. mil Iii. UMn Reliable'ssl.smen=No nigh ,
M ,, MILLMAN STATION WAOON. 5,54> P., loS pros
58 PLYMOUTH
FURY .11 trlglMl' mw tt.... run ,.,. C11r5 : sure, misleading/ salesmanship.
lilt HIM itiltl dooacon Ooldon' *. :Common IlI.2"HEVROLET mf. Met. .._I'" IroniMrtlllMS7 r.Nr'1111 din 4.CNy AMERICAN CLASSIC ,
n.. 1315. -- 4. Price label on each windshield/ or '
72 OHIc 1.11011.1C1 II Met.clft I....... '64 IMPALA P.INAULT BAUPMINI. 4 *rWdMI .
GAINESVILLEAUTO ;
CALL 81-238' IKKAHIIOHy' tOOtf UoUroil AMBASSADORConvertibles left vent qlots. ,
0! 1 motor only 1701 11II'' t HPnoolor no
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) bock Coll JTtlSJlP4P.KM 1109t0005..r010MM toll 0100 ...... H 2.IIII doors
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OPPICi OUTPITTf MM, 3111 IW mil It, "r.k I14 oeonomml ",..,,,,,,,ollon Ready 1911. PhFR 1.313lo ot Nonhcwttral riorldo
3115. to .... ant silo tvor IM. Coll. 1017 .. Main' II .....
if" H.UL'V DAVIDSON $0. MIS, 378.13 Indtptndtnt P.ilHM 4-doors Station Wagons6s
Faptastic C.II FR 1.0111 .1109 I ".M, ISM GRAND PRIX, twltlm Ronw .. . AND' 'CO SIDAN. Whltt.
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M4 VMM N MOkl! {t. IUIIIe MILTON MOTORS ,! SEDAN Dl :
00/5 Ile w. 5.v. 63 OLDS JETFIRE TWO 0 D.
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All 0.111 S0MM11SId. 16"IS '52 MERCURY .. I... whit .tl.". $795 :
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89th Year, No. 93 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE lOc
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DefendedMOSCOW

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(AP) Soviet taking into consideration the ,,,\il" AEC
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Communist party leaders denounced opinion of comrades, and does ..,.'' ''
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today the Stalinist-type not concern: himself with the '
"cult of the personality" ta a development of criticism the ,
policy statement dearly Intended creative and not formal discussions L :,::1' .. .fI. -
to explain the muter of former at plenums, meetings and 1> FiresNTest
Premier Khrushchev. conferences." I

"Life shows that not all comrades The editorial which did not

completely overcame the mention v by name
ways, forms, and methods of unrest In
work that were bunt up duringthe the Communist parties of Eu-
period of the cult and rejected rope over the treatment of the
by life" an editorial In the deposed Soviet leader.
journal Party Life said. The French Communist party BAXTERVILLE Miss. (AP)
The magazine an organ of the. second: largest In the West, in an -The Atomic Energy Commission
party Central Committee, continued .- unprecedented move said it exploded an underground"
: wanted more Information on nuclear test blast at 10 I.m. today

"Precisely for this reason the "conditions and methods" of deep in south Mississippi's
Khrushchev's removal and had Titum salt dome.
party Is so demanding In the
questions of maintenance of the asked the Soviet party's Central 140 The blast could be felt as faraway

principle of collectivity of lead Committee to receive a delegation t as Hattiesburg, some 21
ership the Leninist norms of from the French party- 4t miles southwest of the detonation
(Communist) party life in all seeking an explanation.The site. The Hattiesburg American
the links of party and state ap- announcement from the newspaper building rockedfor
paratus. French Reds was only one signof five or six seconds
"Not a single Communist, nota dissatisfaction among Eu- I The AGO said the explosion
single party body has the rope's Communists with the : M was believed to have created a
right to bypass cases when any sudden overthrow of Khrushchev ..101" ....it iI: cavity In the salt measuring
body displays haughtiness, stops and preliminary steps 11" J about (0 feet In radius. ;
by the Soviet party to disgrace : icb' e r Preliminary reports Indicatedthat
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w. + a. i as was expected the .1;
Let K Have him.From Berlin came a report ground shock caused only minor
In Hoover's HometownU.
that meetings called by East damage to structures In

His German party leaden to try to 8. Government guard stands watch at tat of Herbert Hoover Park and Presidential Library In Went Branch .the nearby area and that radioactivity
Say, Says explain Khrushchev's downfall Iowa the town where Hoover will be buried. The library, located In Hoover's home town will bt closed until after was confined underground
to the rank and file were brokenup .
the former President's funeral Sunday.
U.N.'s ThantUNITED by angry demonstrations.East The flve-kllnton shot equal to
Germany was the first 3,000 tons of TNT, had been de-
Soviet satellite to speak for Sartre -ADMISSION BY
up Says layed many times by adverse
NATIONS N.Y. Khrushchev after Moscow's : INVITATION---1 weather conditions and once by
(AP) Secretary-General U cryptic announcement last Friday IPolitics II technical difficulties. It was
Thant suggested today that. that the 70-year-old premierhad He'll Refuse Stops for Hoover Rites originally scheduled to go off

dismissed Soviet Premier Khrushchev resigned because of age and ., ,. Sept. 22.
be permitted to make a III health. The blast was held to test de-
public statement on the situation Bulgaria waited three days, Nobel Prize NEW YORK (AP) National So did former Vic President Flnlay, and because his wiles tection devices for underground
leading to his replacement then Issued a statement of confidence political activity was suspended Richard M. Nixon. funeral was conducted there 20 nuclear shots
.Thant expressed confidence in the new leadership STOCKHOLM (AP) French today for a brief funeral service Former President Dwight D. years ago.Admission. AEC engineers selected the
that Soviet foreign policy would Leonid I. Brezhnev party secretary playwright-novelist Jean Paul for former President Herbert Eisenhower, who had Intendedto to the funeral In Tatum dome for the shot-the
not change under the leadershipof and Premier Alexis N. Sartre won the 1964 Nobel Prize Hoover. com her for the service, the 1,250-seat church was by first blast east of the Rockies-
Leonid I. Brezhnev, first ,Kosygin. for Literature today-and said AU four top candidates halted was confined to his home In imitation only. The public was because of such formations'
secretary of the Communist The Norwegian Communist he will refuse the UU3 award. campaign tours to attend the Gettysburg, Pa. by an attackof to be permItted to flit by the ability to contain and muffle the
party, and Alexei N. Kosygin party organ Frlheten said Khrushchev Sartre, 59, was reported by services In St. Bartholomew's laryngitis An aide said El coffin attain today un90-I physical effects of a nuclear
the new premier. did not deserve "to be sources here to have written Episcopal Church on Park Av senhower still hoped to attend minutes before the start of the, detonation.
Thant said he had been assured thrown into the gutter." the academy In advance declining enue. the service for Hoover at Washington service "Salmon! ," as the shot was
by Soviet U.N. Ambassador Lulgl Longo,. chief of Italy's the prize for "personal and The services are scheduledfor Friday afternoon. The coffin will be driven to dubbed, was to be the first of
Nikolai T. Fedorenko that Communist party said "the objective reasons." }:30 p.m. (Eastern Standard Former President Harry S. Pennsylvania Station Friday three nuclear blasts In the c
the new regime would follow way In which comrade Khrushchev Time). Truman waa hospitalized In morning and taken by train to AEC's projected 02$ million
basically the line world has been replaced leavesus Friends of the wrtter-philoso. Project Dribble. The two-year.
same on About 17,500 persons filed Kansas City by injuries suffered Washington, where Hoover will
I pher said In France he told
problems. worried and critical"t operation was designed to pol-
them he did through sine big romanesque In a fall. lie In state In the rotunda of the
not want any prize l lob American ability to detect,
.e? "whether a sack of potatoes or church Wednesday past the Hoover's family -two sons, Capitol on the sam catafalqueused locate and Identify underground .a
a Nobel Priz." closed, flag-draped coffin of the six grandchildren and sinegreatgrandchildren for Presidents Lincoln and nuclear tests.

Since told 31st presidentPresident asked Kennedy. ? n A worldwide network of sl"*.
In Paris
a French 'Johnson and IM. .that eulogies be omitted. That body will .6* flown to
RedChina Rejects newsman he would give an explanation ,; Hubert H. Hmphmy and lhelr Although Hoover was a Quaker Cedar Rapids, Iowa, for a Sun mogrsphle stations behind- Including )
at least two the Iran
his later
of refusal to
: the Swedish Republican opponents I....I the Episcopalian Church was day afternoon burial at West Curtain-art recording the *xplosion. j
t press. Barry Goldwater and Re,. William chosen for the funeral be*'ius* Branch ,,..he.JIoonr\ was .
In its citation the academy E. Miller planned to attend of It* nearness to his home, his born son of the village black Scientists said the shot should

Test Bin Proposal spoke writing of which Sartre's by reason"Imaginative of its the private servfcM.By acquaintances with the Rev Dr. smith cause little disturbance on the

,- spirit of freedom and strivingfor earth's surface. They forecastIt

w sB1N roN UP( )\- Communist tion of nuclear: weapons by a truth Influence has exercised a far." Kirk Brings His Campaign Here about would an ripple.1.hth.lnclll1cr.the:earth upward, some
reaching on our age.
China rejected today world summit meeting Is "prac- three miles from ground zero
President Johnson's suggestion tical reasonable, easily feasible Russian novelist Sorts Paster At ground zero, gumtrtes and ,
that it sign the limited nuclear and Involves no question of nak awarded the Nobel PrizeIn
I pines swayed softly as the nuclear -
test ban treaty and repeated Its control.: 1151, declined under pressureat Says GOP Is Gaining in Florida device belched 1700 feet
call for a global summit meeting The State Department disclosed home to accept the pris*. deep In the Tatum salt dome
to abolish nuclear weapons.It Wednesday that Premier If Sartre refuses to accept the Residents within five miles of
had been expected that the. Chou En-lal of Red China had prize money the.academy may JEAN CARVER before he filed to run against estlc and International seen ground zero had been evacuat
United States would answer this sent to President Johnson Mon- put the money back Into Its ta hail Writer Holland last March. Baction as "s young man's struggle"noting
call by proposing through diplomatic day tilt sam message which he funds. Thirty eight year 'oldClaude laws prohibit party Jumping by that Niklta Khrushchevwas ed.About 350' residents of the
channels that the Peking had circulated to other govern Kirk brought hi* candidates two yrs before deposed laU wk by shot area, which stretched In
regime sign the tat ban treaty ment chiefs around tilt world Orders Jail For "y e s n. man's campaign" they run for office. young Russian leaders itrlv- sn ellipse from nearly two
which more than 100 nations even though the United Steles against U. S. ..... Spssssrd H* descrlbtd the present donv See KIRK Pag II) miles to five miles from ground
have signed. and Red China do not have dip. Holland to Gainesville this zero, were evacuated before the
President Johnson, in fact lomatic relations. U. S. AttorneyJACKSON morning.- detonation.for .
said Sunday night hi a televised Both Secretary of State Dean H* noted that the Republican Holley Shows SignaturesHe their Inconvenience, they
speech to the nation "W can Rusk and President Johnson Miss. (AP-Fed- party la gaining! strength were paid $14 each for adults
on the World especially Red hive already publicly dismissed eral DIaL Judge Harold Cot .r- in Florida through '/ *.fOWII 'Made Burns and M for children A special }
China -, to Join the nations the Chinese maneuver u a dared a JalItel'llllor') U.S. Atty. leaders UkfWnur mayor." Says By. damage payment office was
which have signed It (the treaty propaganda play for tile purpose Robert Haubtrg and directed cfound opened to handle property dam-
)." of offsetting criticisms of Acting U.S. Atty. Cen. Nicholas er' for RoLVafi stoat .seat TALLAHASSEE AP) Republican Bank of Nova Scotia In Nassau, a. claims, but officials said
An editorial today !In the official Red China's first nuclear explosion Kataenbach to ,show why he praised McKJnMy's decides to Governor Candl d It. Bahamas.In damage should be limited to
Peking Fcopk's Daily last Friday.U should not be given a Urn ta leave tilt D elllrqsllo ,at a,. Charles Bally displayed today an effort to support his some cracked plaster or broken
called the treaty "nothing but a J. afBdab have no real what the judge termed actions McKinney war peeled tie what b* ailed bank signature statement that Burns signed the polttry.
fraud." btW at this time that Red In contempt of court. small group that mil Kirk atan cards atoned/ "Haydon Bums" two bank signature cards. Hoi- Manager James E. Reeves of
-,"China Is by u means obsessed China cast be prevailed upon to The actions earn after the attorney Informal coffee this looming and said they were part of a II1 ley submitted a copy of a report the AEC's Nevada operation
by tilt idea of possessing sign the ,*..*.. nuclear test general's office directed million secret bank account. from Harry M. Athlon of gt. office, said It would be nearly
nuclear weapons" the editorial baa treaty. the government l lawyers here Kirk told reporters ta a press Two weeks ago, Holley said Petersburg, whom Bailey described impossible for any radioactive
coat need. "It win stop developing But oftTdala say that worldwide not to prepare Indictments conference that he. loo,Nt rb. Burns the Democratic gubernatorial as si examiner" of particles to escape the dome.,
them aa ennui u U.!. imperialism publlr opinion which in brought back bf'.The federal eel parties He became a Rpub-: nomine, had It.t m* questioned documents.
does so." many countries has been grand Jury. 'c Lean two years and two days lion ta a secret account In the (Se* HOLLEY M Pig 2))
The newspaper official: organ severely ,critical of the Red V. E. Wliitchurst
of the ChInese Communist party Chinese tacts might eventually
said tilt proposal for aboli haw soave JIIIIIIIce i In Peking. SYSTEM 'POLITICAL'- Pleads GuiltyTo



I Two Attorneys AppointedTo I, Boariu.fsAR; Needed I JACKSONVILLE Tax Evasion(APA


Defend Pitts WUIiiton contractor pleaded
Randolph "'" II
guilty In U.S. district court f today
yCUFCORMmsaa appointed by the pjs'vensar' for gowning board of higher education en by any faculty member or to two counts of Income
Two attorneys were need .not. Isaaai capital cases.Ik Edatadoa Writer a four-year ..... On serve have such! a weak states academic official ta a state ni-' tax eva.1 today by Circuit Judge J. C. 04 la till east was at- Florida's system .f aAnml II chairman, king darted by ta government such uncertain versify In f'Iorlda'y' sis 000 by federal judge Bryan
Randolph. fleW j.'srtjoralng behind .teratg to state anhmtttea hem the other saaaiaars for ice leadership, susceptibility affected and hi* verb Impaired Simpson.The .
an anartnicnt house ta down ban characterised u basically y ar. to political personalities and po- by tilt chain reaction, bn- contractor V. E. White-
charged with raping an It-year* sows soathwost Gasosvifi. of the ,.... of
presses
and Irrevocably political. Until the statute was rental- Weal pressures and subordlna pct hurst Sr. owner of the W M
old CaJnosvuT white girt Sept The1 attack was ere o amr- .. IIIiIeadanIL .. by lilt Ml legislator*. a* tin to attar state admbilstraUM cnmrol tilt report stated.In Construction Co., pre, lonely
I. 'al wbleb lieu acoamd against This waatbseoneteion fMfnbtn mold come bets coQsV agancte a* Is found in short tilt McDonald report had pleaded Innocent In the
Eugene Whttworth, a prsctto whit MSBM by Regress this *fID tie having a state ...4I,. flare" said Dr. Ralph" Mo- concluded .that. Florida's higher cane Involving IK and IRS ;
big attorney was appointed to santaor. OflkW have HOT HcDoa.aid This pnUbttloa made restdents Donald director of lilt study eu dueatlona! system was at*. Income lax return
,defend Plus on till rap todies- cooMcted PUts with any other "TffiH- Asa,. of Atoehua Leos .... which was named after him. lined for aaafiocrlty antes the A can against his son. V. E.
ment, a capital cane case. .tea which asamasod Thi The baru ft and hlallIudt CounItlpMsfclra Practically every action tab- ( ... REGBffS BOARD Ml WhiununI Jr.. was dismissedon
R. A. (Bossy) Gran Jr. was JerPUts' dU not have tb* News IStt ........ motion of tH government
appointed to represent Pitts *acharge an attorney b* dU not enter a Florida syssi -
stock( governor UNITED FUND BULLETIN The government said In 1)81
.t. pile of guilt or taaaccnca at teat
/ OM term *f (Ok Whltchurst
Thedpublkgedefender assay the senior paid tax
this time. Hs arraiijnnent was OH "a_ _
dots
theft to appoint a Majority of OM Ge8erII Cbsdaa HIS the due
rescheduled By urr AUSTIN Campaign of ta M when tax wuW.W
to Nov. 1A SUM .....,.
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board asembon.Th and In 1151 he paid IIIJ7 ,-
psaaof kssoeent was entered That I* on* reason why till
by Clam GOchrm. Mat Bead of Cntrol will be last paint was OM *fdw free wtadafclald. wak-jo will be when inn las duo was 121.-
WHERETO ycar-old ...... ehargad with rspliHl by a Kate Board. *fa .reasaa ttr th* McDonald ,. wile yes park yes car hi the 111
Report severely CYttJctdaaj tfc* ....an. .. Center lot
assault with taleat to rape a It_s a fnvntaf ad ". > puking
chits. student's de at OM Us* ...,' body lilt Florida antvontty ....... tI.A .,.
FIND IT veldt, of Florida .*... 4. IIir ..... s..heAmid.. wed ........... II rends' **! to yea wteuhlald toil lad Gridiron
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fionot. JYeitNja orr.w night If 'ciOAU'VlV'TIOfSrldoy him at Scott Air Force Base 111. Motorcade then took Johnson to Belleville and East St. Lonu, 1TL, and
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Il. More About More AboutHolley

'; n i:, LBJ Says He's BenefitingBy

: Family I PortraitThe Regents BoardBoard j,



First Family's formal portrait, by Fabian Bachrach, From Page 1 From Page 1 a GOP ''Smearlash!

will :.be the first In an album of photographs of families ef of Control was cut free the control and supervision of The Ashton report said signatures .
Cabinet members and other high government officials. from the bureaucratic red tape the State Board of Education believed to be Burns' were j jI
Tie picture shews President and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johiuwn With this In mind the state compared with the bank slgna By JACK BELL Ins, Johnson's Profumo." .attracted large street crowds.He : .

with their daughters Lynda Bird and Lncl. legislature passed the Board ture card: signatures. WASHINGTON (AP) President Walter W. Jenkins, formerly,I remarked at one point that .
(Copyright 1N4 Fabian Bachrach photo via AP Wlrepboto.) or Regents Bill, replacing the KirkFrom In his report, Ashton said he Johnson says a "smear top Johnson aide, was asked by "I never saw so many smiling
old Board of Control with nine had strong reason to suspect ash" Is causing Republicans to the President to resign after II faces."

: MOVING members to be appointed .t that the Haydon Burns signatures desert "the temporary leaders became known he had twice i 'Flying to' Kansas City, Mo.,
? staggered Intervals and to Page 1 on each of the bank signature of their party." been arrested on' morals I from Akron Ohio, the President 't

John McHale, general manager serve for nine yean. ing for an "articulate, forceful cards were made by the The President, who takes time charges. spent 25 minutes discussing
and president of the Milwaukee The thinking here was thai system." same person who signed the off from campaigning today to Johnson supporters wrestledthe I politics and the campaign with
a Braves regents could take the long "Young men all over the other documents attend memorial services for sign down and the Presidentobserved former President H'1I. Truman

baseball club, range view at Florida's educslonal ,world are on the move," Kirk "It would, however, be necessary former President Herbert Hoover : "There are a few like i hospitalised after a fall I
arrived yesterday ; needs without looking over explained to examine the original In New York, addressed a this In every crowd. But as thedays last week.
in Chicagofor heir shoulders at every election I He said GOP gubernatorial documents in order to makea cheering throng Wednesday. go on they get fewer and I Johnson reported Truman had '

a Braves di time. No governor could candidate represents the :young positive determination," the night In downtown St. Louis, fewer." I told him "he wants to see me '
rector's meet- appoint a majority of the menv dynamic leadership "this stateis Ashton report said Johnson bore down on the,. elected more than he wanted to

Ing.The here, allowing greater freedom entitled to." The documents used for comparison Mo.He said a Republican leader theme that "peace II the most. be elected himself 1141."

director from political manipulation.But In an Informal coffee conference Holley said, were a In Illinois, whom he did not Important issue In this cam Gov. John B. Connelly of Texas
Including Mc because officeholders in with a small group of copy of a letter allegedly written Identify, had told him that in the paign." He said there could not. traveled with the President
Hale, are to de Florida are limited to maximum local supporters Kirk stressedthe by Burns last July 31, anda previous 48 hours there had'be the kind of "total victory"bis during the day and rode In the

clde whetht terms of four years by Importance of a "win" policy ) copy of one of Burns' campaign been marked defections of party : opponent has been adv White House bubble top ear for
the NationalLeague the Constitution, voters must which he said his 72 -year- dodgers. members from the GOP ticket. I cating. the first tune since the late

franchise will stay In ratify the new bill as an amendment old opponent's Democratic par.I Holley said he could not be "He told me" Johnson said "In a world such as this ..; a President John F. Kennedy was
a k ? Milwaukee or move south to to permit the nine-year appointments. ty has not followed for the last certain whether Burns signedthe "that it's not the backlash and I nuclear world there Is noroom assassinated In it and he was

warmer weather and, hopefully four years."I documents used for com JI'. not the front lash, it's the : for bluster and bluff and wounded on Nov. 2Z. 1963. .

warmer crowds, In Atlanta, Ga. Proponents of the Regents was glad to see the Democratic smear lash. When some people 'belligerence," he said. "There Johnson, who begins his 11th .

Bill had a much more Important headquarters vacant this Burns has repeatedly denied get desperate they get dangerous. I Is room only for courage, Intelligence month In office today, win be at I
WANTS LBJ change in mind when the having account in for. and Union Station here when .
morning, he told the mostly any any When they get dangerous reason. Friday
Former President Harry S. bill was presented to the legislature GOP crowd. "There were plenty -I sign bank. they are not cautious. And when Johnson said the Republican the train bearing Hoover's body

Truman told President Johnson This Involved greater fiscal of signs on the outside but After distributing the copies they get to smearing the peopledo policies "are built on dangerous arrives. The body will Ue instate III

yesterday that he wants to see freedom. Under the origInal no heart on the Inside. I find of the signature cards and his not want to go along." I foundations, because they talk In the Capitol rotunda.

Johnson elected even more proposal, the regents this Is pretty typical." statement, Holley again called As he rode into the crowd of i about a nuclear war as'U it When he resumes campaigning

than he wanted to win In 1941 would have presented their. He charged that the Democrats upon Burns to disclose his financial several thousand persons at a 'were.lMvftablt'... a nuclear Saturday, Johnson is achedj
The remark was made when' budgets directly to the legislature showed no concern for affairs. street corner in St Louis, Johnson :bomb as U It were "merely another uled to visit Memphis and Chattanooga
Johnson bypassing the State Budget 19,100 U. S. In Today's Information, he said. '" Tenn. and nuke
paid a hospital visit to boys Viet Nam obviously did not see a sign I weapon. to a
Truman to receive the "advice Commission.A "This Is the same no win policy concluded his investigation into borne aloft which said: "JenkGoldwater- Wherever he went, Johnson night speech In Baltimore. '
and counsel" of a friend. last minute revision of the I saw In Korea," Kirk said. the Nassau bank matter.
The Relents Bill by the legislature He strongly praised Sen. Barry Burns said he considered I It
meeting was a privateone
lasting 25 minutes. In the stripped this Important detail Goldwater and Sen. Strom closed two weeks ago after the Trouble
out, leaving only the lengthened I bank Fears
room with Truman were Mrs. Thurmond for. their Republican president Issued a statement -
Truman, President and Mrs. terms as the major change leadership. saying that Burns had no 't.
Regents would be selected account in the Bank of Novia
Johnson and Gov. John Connolly He questioned Holland's

party
from the state at large but the
,
Scotia.
of Texas, who was accompanying leadership, noting that the Aftermath Of K's Fall
board would be
: the President yes- representative veteran senator to claims of Holley continued to decline 10 :
This scene greeted motor.Isla terday. of the geographical/ areas of the seniority." Identify the people who supplied
yesterday along the Mohawk sl.te.( The members would be him with the cards and other
Trail In Florida (M...., LODGE WINS chosen from citizens who have "Seniority Is Important, but. information he used In making WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. To'm.k.. that speech, Gold Goldwster told more than 3.000 ;
lived In the state for at least Florida" Isn't getting full value ,the statements that Burns had a Barry Goldwater says the U.S.I water, In a closed: automobileran persons theN he is out to "stop
that Is) after two to six Inches Henry Cabot Lodge; former 10 years prior to appointment. Kirk claimed secret bank account wheat sale to the Soviet Union. the gauntlet of an estimated the spread socialism at home

ef snow were reported lathe U.S. ambassador to South VietNam To Implement the Board 01! He noted that when President "To Identify them," he said,, coupled with aid to Communist total of 1,500 hecklers who and communism abroad."

northern Berkshires, one has received the Thomas Regents, if It is approved, one Johnson called congressional "would destroy the other investigations atellites, "has actually helped chanted. "Wt want Johnson," Chants of "LBJ for the USA,"
of the earliest inowfalli/ In re ;A. Dooley Foundation's first member would be appointed ;for leaders level to Washington which are continuing Russia herself to the point that waved signs and swarmed Interrupted his speech.
"Splendid American" award.In a high conference ahe team in that around his motorcade until "
can put a can
Also it would embarrassing I
one beginning
on January prove
"
cent years.CHINA. year 1 briefing recently, Sen. George "Who let Bobby Baker In?
Khrushchev and lean police pushed them back.It .
accepting the honor 1, 1905; one member would be 'Smathers Holland to the people Involved depose Goldwater asked. His fans
not attend
"
more heavily to Red China. I was one of the biggest and
BOMB appointed for two beginning :
Wednesday night Lodge said :years cheered while police moved hi,
that because of South VietN.m' on January 1, 1165, and soon ed.In his press conference Kirk Critics'Discussion Addressing a crowd that I noisiest protest demonstrationshe hushed the hecklers and escorted
Physlcul Edward Teller I City has faced. But there was no
geographical position, through the ninth member said Holland heads no*Senate packed the Union League Club I some of them from the haH
IIY" detonation of an atomic : who would be appointed for violence, and no one was arrest
;large areas of Asia "can be committee, while six coimWi In Philadelphia Wednesday
device by Communist China !Influenced and undermined"from nine years. All the Initial ap- tees are headed by legislator night the GOP presidential ed.Some Goldwater again demanded a }
of the hecklers turned presidential effort to curb what .
polntments would be made
by troubles
only proves "that making a nuclear the country who are younger than HoW nominee forecast new
Goy Farris Bryant land. I with the Communist world and up In the balcony at a $100aolate I he called mounting immorality

explosion Is easy ART SALE After the Initial appointments "Age Is a definite factor tof Set Tonight"The said of the recent Kremlin I' dinner down the street and lawlessness. 1,

Teller, who was InstrumentalIn t Sixty modern paintings and and as their terms ex- this campaign," Kirk tokl( The I hakeup"I: don't agree with .

developing the hydrogen sculptures from the collectionof plred, members would be appointed Sun. "He may be senior In the President that this is going ....
and its Critics" will
for nine years by theovernor. lime but his party has passed City to ease tensions."
bomb, said In a speech Wednesday Mr sad Mrs Walter Rest be discussed tonight In the keynote FUNERAL
:night to Aerojet-General sold for $675.900 In an auction at [ him by as a leader." address for of The Republican nominee for
the Parke-Bernet Galleries Every four :years the Board Kirk called for freeing Cuba a University the White House postponed a
Club 1i Florida seminar the
Corp. Management that Wednesday night The top figurewas ot Regents would elect a member from Fidel Castro's control on press day of campaigning the West NOTICES ;,
may take China 25 years to noting that he has worked with and building communities.
$117,500 for a Picasso. to serve as chairman and was due Instead to attend a
develop a weapons system capable It was from his cubist period The board would be subject to 'the Free Cuba In Exile move- Grady Clay, editor of Landscape private memorial today for :f.

of carrying atomic warhead filed! "Verre ment for some time. He also Architecture and Real Estate Hoover, who died Tuesday. UUmiM, eeV. lAMUft... M. -. Puno*
Bouquet, Gultare, a ooraicoo lor *o ooo n, 1 11M.
and Editor of the .
; long distances. I endorsed competing with Sen. Building MMolor, mm to MM M t M .. "Mo .
Boutellle and went Robert his for votes In
to fntuartes Pierre Salinger's actions Louisville (Ky.) Courier -Journal Pressing quest -.. OitiOir ... rM4 M promoting ....
Elkon's New York Gallery southeastern Pennsylvania l Cormol (ootM Ckorck mm
More significant, he said, was I the space industry in will give the talk. T 0 DOOM omomllug Dig oorvkoo.urW .
Ftf fUAtxal fTeWfajeiwntt Mf fbffelatfkfltj the Arizona senator ; wIN M m lonrorC f "11awNey ,
the Soviet Union's orbiting of r .. ,. Wednesday, lor MoOMno.
M tine ON California to retain Florida'saerospace Topics and speakers scheduled oneasr toll. the aNon.
three men In a space ship I JULIAN LOWE industry.He Invoked Hoover's memory tone It otiww 5000.. _
Friday Include: ..
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Julian Leonard Lowe U of and again.He .
,
described .., _
himself as a "Our Living: Community. Alfred NW all A. MmeWoa 0..
NO NUMBERChristine P 122 NE 2nd St., died Tuesday called the former presl- .or to. ItM II mo eoxorolHinHot
I conservative fiscal matters
on Browning Parser, Miami onoFO orlo m .... tr.
night In a local hospital aftera "similar to Senator Gold. dent a great patriot, a man who wan n. lit Mi.IM Pyr.I4. .
Keeler. the 22- short illness.A architect stood for honesty, a leader wise tie was I monioor .. Party Art
water and Sen. John Tower. Mee5.0mw 50,5 _.
-old call girl who I "Why Ugliness Dan Branch and fiscal affairs."I ...... L
year was a r native of Forsyth County, H. hit at the In foreign Nsrn.lM It. M5.5nary It
growing canv
central figure In last year's y' Ga, Mr Lowe came to Gainesville I aign issue of political morality Gainesville an-hlte.. remember some of the first M A.aneo/M.Natant.==: saw ww =-:
David
Profumo scandal, had a point three years ago from Or "A Case History. political advice he ever gave eosewo M wr .wrM a p t 1 s t
Insisting that Holland
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55451 CMwwl. A Palan
In objecting to publication of lando. He was employed as a i should use the authority of his Godschalk, Gainesville c ny me," Goldwater said. "He javriun: CasM/.aw sNa11I aealea 1- I iten's

her telephone number, says the motion picture projectionist at I office and his seniority to see planning director. said that a government that IIbll NM seam c..Mss Ladd. MS es Awwr'w ..MM55.sad Pais 4r f

British;" Press Council. the Slate Theater. He was a I that the Bobby Baker, Blllie I "How Deep Is 'Depth' In Urban enough to give you an you : Win. Jeffries It CON--.. .....-...win., _M ma Mesa.w _.
Methodist.He :Sol Estes and Walter Jenkins Renewal" George McCue want Is big enough to take It all ... w. e OrM/e. .... A. OI. 1
Thk council, Talks On UN ... A. J.s.Nw -. c. J. --. .
government is survived by four sons,, I matters were thoroughly air St. Louis (Mo.) Post Dispatch .w.,. A. v--. aw. a J. 5-w.sa, .
sponsored guardian of newspaper Bernie, U. S. Army in Europe, I ed. newsman. Goldwater devoted considerable : Here Friday

ethcls, said it "deplores the lay and Bobby both of Orlando Kirk also pointed out that attention to foreign! policy,

action of the Dally Sketch" In '. and Douglas, Eau Gall I I.: I Holland voted against Alacb- "Planning, The Press and both In his Pennsylvania The principal speaker at die, Ga'"en'' Sass '.
the number. Jan trumpet star Al Hint one sister Mrs. Virginia Phil- I ua County's ranching Interests Myopia" Dr. R'chard Dewey, ;speeches and In a nationally United Nations Day observance I
printing beds his ears la muck her yaw, Atlanta: two broth r s. 1 when he opposed a bill calling Department of Sociology, University televised speech Wednesday here Friday evening win be' ltiltrt.d ..spaabte5r

Miss Keeler'i attorney com- nr as Besloe Peps Conductor Hint Lowe, Ohio, and Elmo 1 I for labeling imported beel. He ef New Hampshire. I eight That answered President William M. Jeffries Director ef -. S. ,:
plained to the council He said Arthur Fleldler tries e lHlrt' Lowe, Buford, Ga: and ten i said Holland failed to vote on Purpose of the seminar Is to.,,ohitson's! Sunday night address the Peace Education: Program PIAl-

after the number was published. trumpet. FkUkr. .hi ranoVhiktren. ,the: act allowing beef to be imported 'bring together Florida newt-I en recent world developments."We ,of the American Friends' Service W i-:: t14. tot,.....51. ",.'O.,
New Orleans to (. diKl Hlrt's REV. S. II. HAWKINSThe I Into the U. S. I men with" architects: and planners must now confront an Committee rid ......... second class
Miss Keeler received "a con- six-piece bead, emally ,..- Rev. S. H. Hawkins. 71. "Holland is a captive voice 1 to examine the role and 'enemy reunified and strengthened Jeffries will speak en "T b e mu4 4rwF'f 0tfW.
slant stream of abusive calls." ducts kefere n meikla. of 421 NW 4th Ave., Games- (of President Johnson" Kirk I I contributions of tile press, k I by ew policy el aid" hesaid. UN. Our One Best 1I pe."' at p ..

yule died Monday I in a hos- I explained I community dcvvIopflMnt. : the First Mrfhadbt& t Church at < KUUTIOM oura IT ,
Vote On Books At Career pital here after a brief illness.A Republican Conunltteewomsn Rae 0. Wtbner. director ef EarDer. be had told ... ,.... CAMMt Ot ftUll i
Florida native, Mr. Hawkins I Mrs. Jayne Bunerworth Introduced 1 the UP School of I....... I than MM itadeata. at fta BsJvenMy Or. Bury VarfeL laraidsito81MG.hesdreekatterM lM.rn.fMSPEOPLE IWeh-4|
The Carver Branch 01 the San' L'nion Counties w Ill' get a was pastor of the 3rd Bethel t Kirk. The group who I and Oonuwrakatloas( and general at Ptanejlieasa thaianVattsn ,

ta Fe Regional Library will eel- chance to vote for their favorite I Baptist Church. itttnded the moramg coffee at I chairman for the seal.., i irtaaat sasBi MtV wnl essni sna tcvanns.Not ha saael.aa5 soon

ebrate National ChIldren' Book children's book. A special bal-. Surviving are his daughters, the Part Lane Cafeteria Incktd.id 1 said lea speakers will she I.rwftiWBwMrtMitelMaeV t pfoMvi. in V, II.H ; isMtsB an* Meal ... a :.. N ...... M
Week Nor. 1..I. lot boa II located In the Car.. :Mrs. Victoria Fellow and Mrs. COP County Chairman Per I the knees at rsslslanta w .Min I... '"j: '-' ,- Oh* .. tfes). Aa Mn:,. ?
Highlighting the program er Library.A ., I Vaatie McCrtff, both a M.rc, 'Thompson Mayor McKkt- I,hap,* the mifieeiBnen and afinVI .,"Ills art arena Mat tY .. I serf its** .. he gf.. cyal = r ,.... aisM 51er
story hour program will lit I IwW en; aid a brother the Rev.Gilt icy City Commissioner "James nnCtkManJl\ d oe5asmnaMa I. > Twm. m J OTiVtnai,) "vwvwar fis -
tit EJection Dey Boys aad/"Iwo oa Friday NOY. R at Hawkins Barlow. I Richardson and architect Myrl and hnaiiaa u. Im'sassae];. >to I saw d...... .. ...r

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I ., Largest Ever Death Probably Fate >, SAN ANTONIO Tea (AP) -
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"I ,. ": ..... 'It.' The Soviet Unlon't leading Burford Higgins scanned record
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Of Cosa Nostra BossBy
r scientist said yesterday thai i: enrollment figures and decidedthe
; the rocket to orbs
employed school has
96-year-old
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In
: achieved "perfection coeduyI
t i! ,; A. .. khod last week was the most RICHARD F. WIIALEN scheduled to appear Wednes- and the chieftain of one of flvi e "
::.. ) : ,.irlf '\ i' ? ., I cation. -
4c '\ powerful yet used anywhere. I"families" or gangs that contra
"" ,', '6'. ..11., .,..,.J t.wt..J .. ;; M. V. Keldysh, president 01!f NEW YORK (AP) Death il t day.Asked what might have hap the rackets in metropolitan Ne, Exactly 1,053 men and 1,055-=;
.It ,.: the Soviet Academy of Sciences -: the hands of underworld executioners pened to Bonnano, Asst.! Chief York. women are registered as ilu-
h .- .said it developed more probably was the fate ol f: Inspector Walter F. Henning dents. :Z3
59, who maintain
Bonanno,' I
.' thrust than "any other rockelin : Cosa Nostra boss Joseph (Joe said: "You don't find them alive
and Tucson
homes in Brooklyn
: the world that bad so far Bananas) Bonanno police be-. any more. After all, we've never ,
Aril, was at the Apalachin VOTE
:t. :0"'f' orbited payloads, Instrumentpackages lieve. They say they have no' found Tony Bender." N.Y., underworld convention 1 ii '
: J- .A.i or people." clues In his reported kidnaping. Anthony (Tony Bender) StroV broken
1J t i I .. i iI 1957 that was up bj, HAYDONBURNS
lo disappeared from his home in
t ''1 ":,;, '- ;} : Bonnano's lawyer said two I State Police. i
Lee N.J., two
Market Fort years ago.
$ Egg gunmen forced Bonnano into i Mobster Joseph Valachi testi- Detectives and FBI agent!
: -- Ii' jt'; JACKSONVILLE (AP- The car early Wednesday on PariAvenue. ; fled last year before the Senate searched the city for Bonanm
: Northeast Florida Egg Market t He said they fired i Crime subcommittee that Strollo and began rounding up his acquaintances
J[ shot at him he chased them
to retailers as The
c prices : was murdered by the CosaNostra and relatives Y
Extra large 4740, mostly 50; Police said Wednesday nigh)t: also known as the Mafia said they were seeking Bonan ALL-FLORIDA ,
large &47, mostly 4M7; medium -they believed It was a kidnapingand or the Syndicate. no's son, Salvatore, who Is mar :-
S7-W, mostly JJ; small 29- not a ruse to enable Bonn Valachl also told the committee rled to a niece of the lute Josepl h GOVERNOR -
J3H, mostly 314 no to avoid testifying before I that Bonanno was one of the Profacl, once a Brooklyn Mafli H.
Poultry at farms: fryers HH. federal grand jury. He had been top figures in the Cosa Nostra leader. I
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widow of the late president, I I.ot .
for week-ends. The taut I.a Is
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ntitdsomtly styled 17'jewel automatic Is wit r- "
proof' and shockproof It-year-old schoolmate In a '"
B, This stunning lidy'i 17j jewel Elgin Is nriched by police lineup ts the boy she uld w
2 sparkling diamonds. stabbed her almost 60 times las
C. Smart Elgin for the 'tidies. featuring 17 jewels petite January.
i case mtncitily designed bracelet band. Miss Tams Hallmark, an Florida National Bank '

attractive 18 year- ld, was attacked ,.
after she left Duncan

High School Jan. 6. She talks : ." ,'i/
brokenly but Is coherent. Now
Five times police marched Serving \i : :
Bert Michael Lana, dressed i. I
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differently on each occasion, In a" '
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the lineup. Miss Hallmark did .:''tlt
not identify Lana the tint time. \- ""'\ I 1),1, ,
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a possible lack of communIcation J
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choice
your personal friend of young Lana 4 ilL

H. Man' '117,ie*,l sell winding Elgin' Is waterproof,shockproof who was charged Wednesdaywith
with matching expansion band attempting/ to kin her. At
J. Elegant 17 Jw'llldy'. I Elgin gold "tilled call with match the time of the attack, on I
ing Bracelet band.LAYAWAY
lonely road at the end of the
school day, Lana was a sophomore 0

d NOW FOR CHRISTMAS' Months and after she a the senior.attack Miss INTEREST

8 Hallmark was In a condition in
pALE which she had no response to
questions except tears and si -
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ON SUMMIT MEETINGS "Communists do not

view negotiation at we do a*on honest effort
to reach agreements. For them they ore on
Instrument of political warfare There ore
times, however, when I think we should go to
the summit with the Communist leadership.' 'r t.i I
When we do. it should be t* NsccM e.r 4e-
mefte's e4 seek eyeements f........ t. in
.00 As President I would negotiate with anyone
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goals of p.oc..d freedom were advanced.

ON CUBA "Specificalty./ we must impose again, o R

on effective economic-military blockade of ...
Cuba. We must enforce our restrictions and ,
levy penalties against shipping which attempts 1Sw' '
to trade witti both the U.S. and Cuba. C
And. we must have on equally effective
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blockade ogamst he export of agitators and
arms foe** Cuba. W. should immediately ex- FLORIDANATIONAL -
tend recognition to a unified Cuban govern-

ment-io-exile. The present Administrationhas .
played shameful politics with the Cuban .
exile groups and added greatly to their lock of M.

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not
r.11I... hole w..-... .*..>k > I One would hope dial'all American election
.THE, SUN'S POLICY Ol .... ......., (O... CxiUIMMOminous ARKA" P,, v on the basis of .the'jberr.lI bal sex'life of an aide to I
INDil apea'( 1J the President M: United State.One can agree 'with this

== 1. Report the newt full/ Aid Jmporttally In the mws columns.l DEVEt rpOposillonyetpredJct.that: : ft, win be iterated and reiterated -

::;: 2. Cxpms.1h. opinionof tin Sun In-but only fcv-.ditoriois.J. >" coast,to. coast day in day out until November the 3rd.
:.... Publlih oil aides of Important conbovf nlol 11-... r .It becomes necessary instantly to focus on what bearing the

F_[The Sun's telephones: ,All departments 378-1411. Murky ,.Je to disticguishihe kepisode. does legitimate:have from on/the the illegitimate election precisely; r :so *as t

1""'"'_' r There are similarities between our' scandal. and.that of the \
,..:- k kIl KtiEf ,British year or so. ago..Mr. Profumo, minister of war for
,- 0P R the/.tyacMillari Government<<: patronized S lady of the streets,

Renouncing an Old ,Libel Change the whole thing blew up and the government was 'rocked.But .
= not let us remind ourselves, because of the adulterous
r .activities oi Mr. .frofumo:. but bee..... he had lied to
rr. rfflmely and valuable was the state misunderstanding of the Christian UNITED NATIONS It is ) rM
I themon one cecegion'that he was
ant Issued recently by the House spirit. The Gospels were written at somewhat ironic that news of his blameless.peers by" promising t. .

a::tit Bishops of the Protestant Episco- different stages in the developmentof Russia's deep and dangerous '

r :T1 I Church calling anti-Semitism un- the small Christian offshoot from convulsion should have first THE'.PUBLIC' CRISls'involVlhg pathetic Mr." Jenkins t

,. rlltlan, and going on to lay: Judaism. The first Christians were begun at the to United be speculated Nations and about at ...... ', ,,,: I hssn't to' do"with'Ma own wretched frailty, but with a) therelltion.hlp

DP, all Jews, and continued to be Jews. diplomatic centers around the ........AU.: "between if and the public I< M,. :::gavel i depty.vI Mr. Johnson and'his closest aides to suppress infor-
='To be sure, Jesus was crucified Only later did they begin to evangelize world by failure of Izvestla: to the maladministra
"CARPETBAGG! tI mation the public Is entitled to have c) I
_.=-- some Roman soldiers at the in* among non-Jews. Until later yet, publish on that fateful day lion of the Internal security.
.
a ratlon of some Jews. But this canfit they expected all non-Jewish Chris- when Nlklta Khrushchev was ,'. A man who does the kind

:. be construed as imputing corpo tians to become fully Jews as well. removed from office. GREATNESS FROM. FAILURE .J. of thing Mr. .Jenkins did Is I!:

** !"Tfftt guilt to every Jew in Jesus's Not until still later did they begin to At the United Nations there '.unstable. "Instability-I

T.3sy much less the Jewish peopleIXHar say "the Jews" when they; meant was consternation and then mqre than .1 catch-all cliche. '

subsequent generations." people of other than themselves and deep concern. It will be days, "It Is a psychic disorder which
,-"-- their friends and neighbors: "them"as perhaps weeks, before any Paradox of HooverO .*:can result In distorted visions 1 1,
#
full evaluation may be nude, of reality and the incapaclta-

81mely also is the current writing distinct from "us." but the consensus here is that '," ",' i, .... ,t tion of the Individual's abilityto I, j
tjj-and re-writing of a somewhat similar something dangerously ominous i govern his life around the : ,
(:::, statement by commissions of the Now that the whole world is in has happened) which involves ftrui fork Glm,. achievements In. non poUu.ral' 'statesmen, Industrial managers ,. conventional hierarchy 'of :
fields, and not personal. and greedy human beings
I$" Roman Catholic Ecumenical Council, some ways "one community, a'" new the peace and securityof By ARTHUR KROCK ity or political party strategy alt blind to'4he conse- 'loyalties A man who for the (

,t. with a majority of the Catholic concept of who "we" are is Impera. the whole world. If the new WASHINGTON-The 'career elevated him to. the presidency i-, querfces of acts and policies 'sake of a moments gratification '.
hands in Russia able wlU'rtsk his future the
E. bishops concerned to make the statement tive. It turns out to be the same old are to of a great man is often the latter werelmpor- that were alternated by vaunt- "
bold firm control then all happiness and honor of s wife
a record of paradoxes. Perhaps tant causes of his failure to Ing personal ambition, avarice
which Jesus taught in the
as strong as possible. concept
X; may be well with them, but and six children; the career .
there better
,b never was a be reelected.WARM'WITTY. and the!; trampling down < ofmoral'
synagogues of Galilee and Judea, and as veteran diplomats pointout example of this than the values. ". of the President of the United r t
:r These reconsiderations of an old as the prophets and rabbis of Israel In nations which have no career of Herbert Hoover. and 'force- '.States, who I Is also his beloved

t slander are timely because the bitter had done before him, that a man's orderly process for the changeof ful In his private exposure, But ;Herbert(jt ppver was friend and patron, Is a 1

Msults are still alive, nearly 2,000 neighbors are all mankind. government, once a taker- The Republican Party management Herbert Hoover was cold, president 1 .when! came ther'hWwind '". man whose capacity for misjudgment -
.. over is made, It Is difficult wanted no more to heavy, and'iltemitely too that was the harvest sends chills of spprehensioif -
after the event. Some Chris '
years nominate him for Presidentin '
of this evil seeding This t
to prevent a chain reaction. blunt uncertain in his In every American
or public
? tian writings and teachings have inC It ,was always an outrage against 1928 than they did In 1920. : Masterly in his ,tuning presented the D e m o* I who' meditates on .the

some respects contributed to hatred the spirit of Christianity when a re. FOR SOME TIME it has In 1920 they treated his grasp exposure.of the facts and portents crate with 'the opportunity to,'' kind of damage such s man,

? for fellow men of an older and kin- 'sort advertisement said "Christian been known that there was candidacy as a joke. Hoover, of Issues as he expounded lay the' principal; blame for operating out of' the very I

:; dred religion, and it is high time clientele" to mean. "Jews not welcome unhappiness at the top level in they said, had just made up them in executive sessions, the economic disaster on the .ganglion of Western
Moscow. Sources at the U.N. his mind which party he be- and with a brilliance of men- Imcumbent of the White trength hi the White House,
that this It is still shocking when
.tops.C.relels more
? say that only lately did the longed to, and now, look, he tality rarely matched in our House. In doing this 1 they could 'do," when presented
S* Sunday school lessons in a Christian wants to be President I The far exceeded the limits of legitimate \
army become concerned and history, his public presentations with temptation.
Z* reading of the New Testament church contribute to anti-Jewish joke was considered so good partisanship But the
Its to those
feelings
express that Irvin Cobb wrote from were usually sorter, had done the The point is that Mr. Jen-
w itself contribute to this feeling. Republicans '
can who believed that Mr. Khrushchev complex and pedestrian*Not kin's t
the 1920 Republican convention serge like tUIIlties. nervous disorder com
wiyi op
: somehow had lost his until the American'people In #
that if he wanted to bined with his role in
commit And though Hoover Initiated government
U War Against Junk MailThe grip.But a perfect, murder, he and later brief years, occasional read his memoirs speeches sound measures to arrest the might very well I t
117; the over riding con'cern would "leave thecorpseln decline, and might If reelected have Jeopardized the national .1
topics far above the
Hoover's headquarters where on have succeeded earlier and .security.. t
In the ranks of the Kremlin
and devices of the Post It's simple that. All conflict did
ways as as you purely partisan ,
it never would be found. better than his did '
leaders was that the West. successor \
Office Department are mysterious need to do is check the envelope'to em Communist nations were they realize the and warmth, wit, his", political power:and. official WHICH LEADS .to the next
forcefulness brilliance
+- and complex, but often in the middleof see whether the "return requested"has \ not merely breaking away BUT BY 192H Herbert Hoover familiar to the few who real prestige were, hopelessly question. Are there grounds ."-
the maze a gem appears. Take, from the Soviet Union but was so dominantly the ly knew Herbert Hoover. crippled by the'Democratic for confidence that the Johnson .
for example, the case of a New been Included, and if it has you were going their sepsrate choice of the Republican rank' attack and by his inability to 'Administration will re'f

Jerseyian who got fed with allS just write "refused" and chuck the ways, some declaring themselves and file, that the profession/ But there was a third cause. convey to the people the humanitarian veal the truth? Unfortunately ',
up "junk" in the mailbox. If it hasn't lIOn aligned, some ala were obliged to give .way of his 'defeat for reelectionto ,qualities .and understanding precious few. There is the
the "junk mail" flowing to his house looking toward Red Chins, to a popular demand. The the presidency in 1932. Had of.tbeir plight persuasive shadow of the Bob- .,
i ; and office and asked the department chuck it anyway and let the postman others professing loyalty to strength of this. was conchs' this! not materialized/ ,' < the c> vhich ,w-re. essential. in the By Baker Case. With a singular \

-r what he could 'do about It. The re. throw it"out. Russia. It was this, UN. ob- ively demonstrated by his sub handicaps of public personalIty !-,. desperate: r circumstancesHE'POSSESSED', :, arrogance, Mr. Johnson J

bj ply so pleased him that he sent it to servers believe, that finally sequent overwhelming efec- and professional Incompetence -> / has simply ignored the case,

?-40 The Wall Street Journal. This WM One way or another, the basic In. brought the army Into actionto lion as President. in pdliticsmight' have "full. .the i quaiItics -,, relying on his manifest power I
been This third. in But ongenllally
overcome. and the
demonstrated
exert its own political Influence In 1132 the leaderswere capacity
:: what it said: tent is the same: To let those who obliged to party re nominate cause was hard luck. When he.wa unable. to protect j of the public to tire of
President of the U.S. his them, especially under the .
a
sell or solicit through the mails know Hoover because, though the any one question to simply
-I "Any mail which you do not wish REPRESENTATIVES: ofCommunist downward plunge 1 In the hard luck, even proved abilityto ,, handicap of the great damage stretch the business out to
U to accept may be refused by writing that their efforts are not appreciated. nstlonslnthe economy made his defeat a make great contributions already wrought to his political the point where it Is all but
In this day of endless invasions to his country snd his times. power and official pres-
forgotten
= the word 'refused on the mailing U.N. report that there was probability, rejection by his Is futile to survive the blows .
.*: piece adjacent to the address, and privacy, citizens must use every and Is, a certain affection and party would have made It a of fate. Napoleon recognizedthis tige.Yet Mr t Johnson will probably -

.:: returning it to your ,postman, or depositing weapon they have to keep crass commercialism respect for Nlklta Khru certainty. The paradox here cruel but abiding truth he made contributions have a more difficult time
was that the popular 1 to the relief of the miseries( neutralizing" the
shchev. After all, he had survived very Jenkins
l:5; it in a letter collection box. in its proper place-the when he dismissed generals ,
which him
more years of turmoil preference thrust' of mankind that were greater case, but he certainly has
and marshals not because
.- If such refused mail bears the send recognized advertising media. Private Into the and ,
and change than any of them. highest most they were Incompetent, but and more. durable than any lieutenants who are willing
.=: er's request for return, it will be re- mail boxes are rot included in He had become a popular powerful office In the gift of because they were unlucky.And in his time, and over a longer and eager to do so,.We have

".: turned and a minimum charge of 8 that media. Neither, for that matter even a well beloved figure the American electorate deposed such was the political period. These are his, public seen now two of his most

-2 cents collected. If the mail does not are private telephones. The only so far as most of the him from it four years destiny of Herbert Hoover. services which ,earned .intimate friends, the lawyers .
afterward. Thus he was the him the In the
Soviet shining place Clark
peoples l were c o ncerned Cliflford and Abe
bear
such
= a request, printed clrcu have
weapon we against telephone only president for whose nomination annals el the human rice
Fortss
went
There was, therefore, HIS HARD LUCK was the personally tothree
:: lars and advertising matter are disposed solicitation, unfortunately, is the election and repudiation that his political! ,failure can- in .
no planning of bloodshed Inca arrival of the economic disaster newspapers Washington -
> of as waste in the local PostS human hand. You ,use that to hang far as the old m a n was concerned after one term the American before/ he had been two not obscure. D. C. to plead with

:- -Office. up. It Is believed that he leaders people, and not the party years In the White House. It* He was a great American, their editors to suppress the
were wholly '
had acquiesced to the planned sible. respon- was the product of world) a great citizen of the world. news-news whjch Is was
changes before going on his 4 factors, their seeds sown in Ori. these high and .solid pedestals clearly the business of a self-
1 vacation to the Crimea. The Another paradox of his career the First World War and Its Herbert Hoover takes governing people .to know.
original planning put Leonid was that, while his settlements fertilized I by his place in history.vRjpiare The, political instinct for self-
.
,
Voice of the .: ,.-: protection Is
who
: People Brezhnev has been a very strong
I protegeo of Mr. Khrushchev, and no doubt the lawyers' actions
in the top position Not muchIs All .fhat"'Un' s a Paper .: were almost matter
known about Abut Kosv- .car refl, But so also may it ;
iOn The Sun's Opinion Page* *ln. Mikoyan, president of the 'prove a matter of reflex In

USSR., remains as a sort of O Nets Cork (Clines posed general law; 'the jp rf varied and highly un- the President so to contrive
5.; Insole eel .iU Mm-MMi .f SM nttun ... N..wIM. Ik* V.J.. .* MM tavto .__ Utta-i anchor man In experience and vate ones deal with .claims' oftclaU\ In Instances the the Investigation of the Jenkins -
: some :
WASHINGTON When
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... ...H4 500 words ..4 MM! k. ....... M .*b M |M. .! ... ...... tofrv ...... k. wA Tin authority.Here Congress adjourns as: the made by Individuals, groupsor sponsorship of a bill with' I affair ,a, to pacify us
I ... rtiM ta rtltct Lot .. .... .... establishments.All .11..even if there are
** tntnn My N It, .it. .1.. .". ... w.sme MA at the UN. there Mth did on Oct. 3, all uncom- no(
of Introduction
....... was jefer .its, daft II\- grounds for serenity..
unanimous belief that there pleted bills and resolutionsdie were solemnly difclosfd-helps a congressman .
Another Switch to Kennedy Johnson, there or on the school board, why was no Stalinist strength in with It. The approach of red to appropriate committees seeking re elect I Ion. We cannot in other. words,
were differences of emphasis, shouWnt they require that the new government si Mos- the deadline, however, :does for bearing and recom- Some members say they do know bow much damage, Uany
:LBy Goldwater but the continuity of our general "Science and Health" (the cow. It wss not that sort of not seem to deter some members mendations for floor action. it to emphasize their Interest Jenkins has- done to the

** EDITOR policy was maintained.Coldwater Christian Science Bible), or revolution, Soviet experts believe from presenting legisla\ The matters, with which thfa r In. cert-ill Subjects or peopfc. -' country.. -
Sun: Observer re- ; has been a conspicuous the Book dealt some>cslling. usually ,
of
Mormon be read >
as they try to look Others- say, they Just "do
ports that Senator Goldwaler member of that in all the public schools: through the murk of secrecy tion.On Oct. 2, the day before for weeks of hearings and it for the record." AND' FINALLY, of course,
has written to a local ad- small and alienated Congressional long waits for floor consider- there Is.the continuing ,
We do not take Issue with that obscures: what really the Mth adjourned sine die Inmldafternoon. queslion
={. mlrer, deploring the "destruc minority I which, the context of his article, but went on. At a time of gre.tlark 24 public bins ation-Included housing, taxation ".'.Anyhow, It adds to the of the Internal security. ;;,
*:: lion of the Eisenhower-Dulles throughout this period, has only to his reference to the of knowledge the UN. 24 private bills and Ilx'lenoerll unemployment e'0 Ism-*< congressional printing bud President Johnson has said {i r(
I foreign. policy" by the Ken- opposed tin predominant consensus "Book of Mormon" being the observers, especially those resolutions were Introduced pensation social security, Immigration since many copies must be he did not know until this I ,
:nedy Johnson adminlstraltlon. within both parties.If constitutional I produced for committee docketing last occasion about the
Mormon Bible. from Middle Europe, believe In the House. In !the Senate earlier
: The four bills and amendments and bankruptcy filing, distribution, for occasion on which Mr.
Hill is but another of the Senator Coldwater; now Mormons use the same that no Stalinism is involved, public even
Bible the private bills went Into the law the trash heaps and for mention Jenkins was arrested, way
curious new stands the Sena- writes nostalgically of those as Protestants; the but only a conviction that Mr.
2j:=.: ...hu discovered. Through- Eisenhower policies so opposed Kina James translation. The Khrushchev had lost his hold hopper. Public bills cover pro- Explanations for such actW In speeches.POTOMA back in IKS-'

-S*.M. the Eisenhower y e a rs, by Goldwater's own senatorial Mormons claim that the Book on things and that the Com- How m the name of heavencan
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i. .:::: Senator Goldwiter opposed votes, It can only mean of Mormon Is a record made munist world was drifting I that be! Or to put tt dif

1 OB foreign policy, detail by a desperate effort to regain by phoplwti of the ancient apart and something had to 1 .:FEVER:, ferently assuming tt Is 10,
.:detail His claim to leader. some of the wandering! traditional people who inhabited the be done to restore It how lathe name of heaven

:( :, sSfr of the right wing was Republican voters or American continent for centuries Dy JACK WILSON Cow let 'Waahlngtea B..... can Mr. Johnson defend existing
built! to a considerable de- perhaps it Is but another Indication before and after the THE REALLY CRITICAL security P ra c t1 l e-
:_ gee on his votes and his that the only policies time of Christ. In reading the danger, however Is believed Now they've fired Khrushchev's son-in-law u 'editor of Izvestia. Instead of es Whoever was responsible

".I "5 statements opposition to theo which Goldwaier; can bring Book of Mormon, seven claims\ to lie ahead. What If the new severance pay he gets one free family-size ad I in th..rostion!. Wanted" column. for keeping the information
:: -loreJp policy of the last Republican himself to approve are those are made or Implied In Its history troika that has taken over Is -- from him Is himself a securIty
ZH administration. which are safely In the past and contents; they are: Itself unable to solve the domestic It would be a kindly gesture to a fallen foe If the State Depart scat risk. What are the procedures

""The Conscience: of a Conservative MARYLEE: VAND1\ER I. The Book had a miraculous problem, and what if Khrushchev a ales acts aad invited him to come see at1laad. that made thir possible' -
=: ." written during the origin. this threesome meets with rebuff Is the FBI Implicated?
2+Eisenhower period was essentlatty .Book of Mormon 1 The Buck was written on with some of the Middle Khru-hchev's out. Sir Alec Douglas-Home is out,*Yogi Bern out no won- Did Bobby Kennedy, u At 4 ,

::: a critique of the foreign Not 'Bihle' plates in Reformed Egyptianby European Communist conu- der LBJ says "Hurry up and bandage my hands and fetch some more road. torney General, know about f'r
which mapa.II "'" Jenkins and U so why'" did i
= and domestic policies a succession of historians tries or some tt the more ,
ben embraced by the 1 There powerful in ... be not whisper in Mr. Johnsea's r
.-bad EDITOR Sun: In the October was populous ones Italy or
:dominant segment ef i Republican 1), 1W4 issue American civilization In anti- France? GOP toads raisers age AsmieiM to *> year SMSM? where year heart la.*. ear, ? U not before No- iii
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administration, ? I' page The way things have been goiic lately, that we-Jd. dais w. amber Snt. last at least ',
ZATa ef bbtorical1'fact person who signed as Protestant i.% So then Is wafting mixed .. ., after tilt?
matter American Aborigines
: we have bad a blpertf.ZZun wrote these words: are, In part of HebrewDescent with fear, uncertainty sad It's fine for each country to have its favorite sported the Olrmpkwocram; .tkeee are the ejoesUoos of
: foreign policy supported ;. "A .I what about Chrisuaa hope, a rather dismaying but the committee wan quite right in turning down ,ftusaia'SiVreposal for aft. htUaaateanile, racers.
the mem Sclerli's or Mormon ika of emotions. Oily I the arms race. Too noisy. OBS hopes they wa< be kept
the S. Jesus the Christ visited ./ ,
=by
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t "lien of bothapeof ever Kbtos: If there are a majority the American Continent slow passing! of days, weeks l.4' t "* _, oiler and tIaat detracts *
:" ::yace. World War 11 Frees of Ch'istlsScientists or and months will bring the an Democrats the first to admit Barry .. a geed fheletraasietV. : He's WM ef' Mr. MMOSJ win aot cloud
g 4171tM threat. ,lie .... .Isle arm I la the neighborhood (See_VOICE ee Page I! swer. heat La the reentry .* ....u.... At .....' *

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WALTER LIPf MANN ft does mean that we have j* Dwight. Eisenhower has been
Two great events within the vital interest Ja the nature of to negotiate with the Communist
Communist. world. I long forateen any;aettfenent:that" nay .tie nations on the principle
as inevitable, happened brought\about .' K "f that they are not identical and
to coincide last week. T his :The.critical.question far us. have differing national Inter
I complicates greatly the making and for our alike to whether ests.,ODe of the cardinal fal)
of our own policy Beau and Chinrwul reach, Jacks of Gohtwaterbm, which
Had Khrushchev departed agreement. :the baib of coexistence would paralyze American
wen before the Chinese. with the.West or qa diplomacy to the world, b the
achieved nuclear: state t, the the betb.of revolutionary has Ignorant prejudice afl
I i j lywhether m would be simp duty against thi West"There Communist states .area alike
I S, j Soviet policy will b m preordained antwer to, ana'should be treated' with
; 1 continue along tti jII'UeIIllInt this ... .
'q Quite. concerv- the same degree. of hostility.m .
t,1') and how won a post Khrushchev ably caab* answeredeither >
regime will be eta ..,:Moat certainly TRUTH that Russia
\L!$ blized. Had. China exploded moreover. Mr own policies toward and:dune,' though they both
i the nuclear device while. China and; Runta;:tad avow atanbm and Lentobm.! ,
li\ Khrushchev was still securely be highly mflutntbl and pa*. are to different stages of do- j
I in office the proipect o(.a .haps. decisive. to detarmWngthe TUOpflMBt.and "have dher,.
1'1 joint, though tacit, policy of outcome. of; the question .ant nattonal interests. More ,
containing na'1JOUId have whether. Rush goaf with' "overthe East European
been good. China or: dun.with:-"" Communist.natter desire an I
Now Instead of one varia Increasing: degree of national
'" ble-cither in Runia or China .THE ..rdtJNo' 1'ION'.0I' tipolh .dependence Moscow.
we an dealing with two J'.1IIIIIt. be:a' exteaahat ,There b also fevers reason tothmkthat
. variables. The COB duct of to Chtoc; of.the.a Wtary.sy*> ; the Southeast
United State policy b com. ten which Ma.played. ends. a .Asian+Conmunbt nations,
placated many ttaiea.over.: racial pert to porsuadinf the .Kko North Viet Ham and
Sovbt Unto.oBlaT".Braihchov -
UoaTwouM prefer to avoid
WE HAVE, I think, to maW .to rule eat*-- .;rfomJnattw. from Peking
two assumptions at the very war, and aoak.,:peaceable:coexistence. ,';A s*'ad .and successful '
beginning/ One b that ;the. This ..11:policy,of American policy demands "

post. Khnuhchev regime wffl. mmtarf superiority. withoutpretondmg' thbtwMnu,the framework of I.
be fluid and certain for( .to auprtnacy. a nuclear deterrence ,there .
months, perhaps for some. superiority need ,to Mar. bat .shield. ba extensive and > '
'yean to com. The. other a*> motto dominate. serer Western diplomatic explorattoM -
lumptioa li that while the PraaktoM*odn Johnson inside the CommuiMwoiHacontimialaMrch-
Chinese nuclear device It ao, Sunday evening.extended'"thin'
doubt primitive by oar own policy to.Xastort AIIa/a.d far.;the areenienta which are
standards'and by Russian( .. we may take .R for'granted ,' 1IIaI4. mutual self Interest
standards China iwlD .nevertheleu .- ttattf> additional military 1 m keeptog the .
Man begin tit. be...' power la .......' to enforce is. plainly enough peace.It a vital WORLDFAMOUS
gsrded at least n Eastern. these extended gueraatoea. ; .interest of the Soviet Union HANDCRAFTED
'' 1 Asa,, ai a genuine .an clear .there .will .be.. ..... biwtaabonpro _} that. Red. Chtea should evolve r y -
power.Toward. v I d I n. ins; 1 it 3 out of Ma revolutionary mllhv9ney EN
\1.'. Kuala and China,' t Chin:;.itarti ibcareer.s anuclear. t. .. ', and concentrate on Internal .
the grand objective ef our pot-.I >povewfthto'lb: :development This. b I
icy must be to avoid the miflcatloo framework of deterrence that Use our Whereat, and wo must
of the Communist the Soviet Union..... lived in tot shut our atods to, or q.
world ai one boattle nuckar since the middle ef then* eWe Ism.tIII ceselderadksof .
power. 'This don not men TbJa'... larva aa .a. bl"| our poUcbe.. the poeaJblUty
.that we have,; therefore,':a .,persuaders.. far"..poUcy. of vital Interest m perpetuattns; I *, :: ; Chow;.win. .wish toBttkapoace .
and sharpening toe 'too-' ,AJoag wtttrcMarronc*.,.an. wltballberabjhbon i COLOR'
\ viet conflict It does not .t J(ntegnlpartofUbnericaiinfcr .. )- ,.tees'.,till..... and (", ......./- I TVGreater
eaiarily mean that at-all But began andar. Proa. r. Mint, .' on thi. ees ,. '> : : :



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The contents of the Boob appoinlaswttiIta: JiIIc Commbston. and his. temporary
are Inspired. aL"i-; position of Mayor by his .. *
... 7.The Book offers a certain sVfcft;, .creaTtT. tOiowtwdr'sole .Iie pubttcbod; .. mot of that .F#, : 4.'t : Dependability, fewer eervkorations
'I date. :.to....... officer in the current presiden-
from
t lest of its authenticity ... ." J ZENITH'S OWN HAND.
lag the ''four
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our
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with
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! would Investigate the Book of tapproveartkowoytbohtotaabair ; netted. aMpn aan city manyrernment s ? x. laa''V ir .
cults
Mormon he would never 1arIner.. mptapn'.crldud> ed. ,.,I.. .baa been !totofpielod I r
eV" U
again call it the'Mormon ....... government
airy f
We'ndot' nor than'ear political party
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Bible. .
Ufe'a.sevtofs at;;stake. ...... ........ Mr. McXmnty z
Gainesville Ward Bishopric Hack more. We caaaot affordtor haa broken what .baa been
MURRAY W. SHIELDS, It'_in ss'do.)uses! ens. ....... of .a tradition to -
from *'-. Tta Cainesvtlb ="that city commlsstonen -
EARL G. BEDENBAUCH.nrstCauMekr: 0.1... .... ......... .,.-..prodno .......aj- .conduct! tblmul.
'. -place'-nr.;iHfM-tab. -.trabfkir ves on a oonpsrtlun .basis. to 4 Longer TV lire, peeN, picture srabilhyl.
, ELDON' JES6ENSecond ,1 keeping. with! I the fact. that I'.4tL"' # ; ,P' from ZENITH' own Super Gold Video
Counselor they are elected onpartisan a moo- Guard 82 channel
PATRICIA. : CRtBL. ..... t eR tuning system with
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n $11; MMMyor'1 125 gold contacts.Super .
Can't Gamble:' ;;'The,'straightforward thing
*: kActioaAgaltutt .
tar Howard McKtoney to do if

On Barry ,Charter. ba.wishes. to engage actively i 1-A .fir,,. ,..y
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EDITOR, Sun: xertaln -y
th; Set:-: 1'fe.' -;_ to resign. from the nonparties -
businessmen
their
ran bustnesses would
the they claim dray Howard McXaVney's commission or to toy to
way we right to change ab. per. aw charter *
fat
changed to
should run the country they'dgo : Meek wed _
.y. regWrattoa> and to om- st .p aortban lactkna on a wfcrrt plcrune with
within
bankrupt thirty brace the pesMcal views of Ropabttean and Democratic Zenith's automatic color cut off circuitry.
stance days Wllallllll'dlant.with his life's savings for k> Svoni TJsirneeejd] and Barry ...... Then his actions would
Getowater A aorbsai .itf tfHff be to keeping with both OM
can ba rained however, aa to spirit and .letter of oar charactor. -
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=' JOHN .. HAIlltllOM, Pra>.M..ll CM '
__.. N LNI.I.ry, PAT COWLIfc via ,..... I ij. Jenkins
::: 'lorlda'a Beautiful I ..."' 10 JOHNMN. VIM' PntMMl fA 'On : ,

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| :::IT tversity City' Mrthtof sine.0., TASTAOLIONI, By:;WILLIAM F. BUCKLED, JR.,

= 'Vk FrHMMt ..* circuliNra MMiHtr.THE By RALPH McGILL 'c
'.111... -... w...... .-._ One would hope'dI.r./American election will' not be decidedon
SUN'S POLICY a ik. a......, 10.., CMMHMMOminous the basis of ,aoerrsttyhal MX'life of sn side to I

-- ,the, President ihi: United States.:.One can agree with this
== 1. Report the news fully dud Impartial/! th. news columns r +r ,propositOB| ,:,yet':. predjct.that | win be Iterated and refter*
!r"'::: 2. xprw,th. opfnloni of vie Sun !.-fcut only In--editorials. i ',ated coast, to coast ,day In y out until November the Sra. I IIt
:.;..:' 3. Publlih ell sldts of Important cankov-nlol bniM., becomes necessary instantly to focus en'what bearing the

378-1411 r, .Jell .episode does 'have on,'the election, precisely so as
: [,The Sun's All : .
telephones: departments
J Murky >, to distinguish! legitimate from the illegitimate,* ,

... _5 There are similarities between out' scandal, and that of the t
,British year or to. ago..Mr. Profumo, minister of war for
the,'$ MUlan Government: patronised a lady of the streets,
II rS Renouncing an Old Libel Change the whole thing blew'up,' and the government was rocked.But .

: eI not,. let:,us remind ourselves because of the adulterous

::i' meIi and valuable was the state 'misunderstanding of I the Christian UNITED NATIONS It Is I r .activities of Mr. 'Profumo:. but because had Ued to

':Jt;JIPt' issued recently by the House spirit. The Gospels were written at somewhat ironic that news of his blameless.peers by"promising'Ie' themon, one occasion. that he was

r>rf Bishops of th. Protestant Episco different stages in the developmentof Russia's deep and dangerous 1

r. ;!!1 Church calling' anti-Semitism un. the small Christian offshoot from convulsion should have first w THE( '.PUBLIC' GiUStS'lnvolvih, 'the pathetic Mr.' Jenkins
begun to be
{, --hristlan, and going on to say: Judaism. The first Christians were the United speculated aboutat ..... I hasn't, to' 'do'with 'Ms'own)' wretched frailty, but with a) the

1:..,;,...... all Jews, and continued to be Jews. diplomatic centers Nations around and the at '" .........IoA....:. : relationship Vtween If and the public security b) the tendency -
::. :::: ;; of Mr. Johnson and his closest aides to suppress infor
7='To be sure, Jesus was crucified Only later did they begin to evangelize world by failure of Izvestia to I"r' 1
"r ADDCTR.... ..Lrrxa. ... .. nation the public l< entitled tn have e), the mal.drn1nlstra1
.. -- f
;ZZ$: some Roman soldiers at the ln'jaCIgatlon among non-Jews. Until later yet, publish on that fateful day tlon of the internal security.

,; of some Jews. But this can"Tjfrt they expected all non-Jewish Chris when Niklta Khrushchev was ,' A man who dad the kind

=,;: be construed as imputing corpo. tians to become fully Jews as well. removed from office. GREATNESS FROM FAILURE i.r of thing Mr. Jenkins did Isunslable.

*?'3Jte: guilt to every Jew in Jesus's Not until still later did they begin to At the United Nations there "lnsIab lilt y"' Is }

2r j'Z&y: much less the Jewish people say "the Jews" when they; meant was consternation and then ,, 'more' than .Y catch-all cliche.

jMHtr, subsequent generations." people of other than,themselves and deep concern. It will be days, "It !Is a psychic disorder which
t-"- their friends and"neighbors: "them"as perhaps weeks, before any Paradox of Hop.et'.,' can result In distorted visions '
i-
full evaluation may be made, of reality, and the Incapacitation -
I
9lmely also Is the current writing distinct from "us.
i- but the consensus here is that I '" of the individual's abilityto
-and re-writing of somewhat similar It. 4 '; ..tj,
tJr* a something dangerously ominous govern his life around the
,"' statement by commissions of the Now that the whole world is in has happened which Involves O New fork ffllrnr achievements' In don political t statesmen, Industrial managers -'. conventional hierarchy 'of
JT Roman Catholic "" the and By ARTHUR KROCK fields, and not personalIty and greedy human beings "'loyalties. A man .who for the
Ecumenical Council, some ways one community, a new peace security or political party strategy alt blind'to'the conse- j
t. with a majority of the Catholic concept of who "we" are is imperative. of the whole world. If the new WASHINGTON-Theca- elevated him to' the presidency querfcej of acts and policies 'sake or'a moments gratification \

E. bishops concerned to make the stateTff It turns out to be the same old hands In Russia are able to reer of a great man .is oftena the latter were. important that were alternated by vaunting will risk his future, the
hold firm control then all happiness and honor of a wife
,
record of paradoxes. Perhaps causes of his failure to personal ambition, avarice
ment which Jesus the
as strong as possible. concept taught in
be well and six children the career
with them but
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d may there better '.
never was a be re-elected.: and the, trampling down ofJ1orat"
I synagogues of Galilee and Judea, andas as veteran diplomats pointout example of this than the values. of the President of the United t

These reconsiderations of an old the) prophets and rabbis of Israel In nations which have no career of Herbert Hoover. WARM,"'WITTY, and forceful '.States, who Is also his beloved .J

r. slander are timely because the bitter had done before him, that a man'sneighbors orderly process for the changeof In his private exposure, But Berler1jh9Yer: was friend and 'patron, Is a I
government once a taker- The Republican Party management president J .when,came the mAr whose capacity for misjudgment -
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:: penults are still alive, nearly 2,000 are all mankind. Herbert Hoover was cold, It
:. tsars after the event. Some Chris over Is made, It is difficult wanted no more to heavy, and alternately' too whirjwjnd {that was Ihe harvest sends chills of appreheneiod""in' ,
nominate him for PresidentIn of this evtlseeding."Thlstiming ,
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to prevent a chain reaction. Amerl-
blunt uncertain In his every r
;:::: tlan writings and teachings have in It ,was always an outrage against 192S than they did In 1920. lic or : Masterly In pub his- presented the Democrats ''can who'meditates on the !

:::- some respects contributed to hatred the spirit of Christianity when a re FOR SOME TIME it has In 1920 they treated Us grasp exposure of the facts and portents with the opportunity: 10,' kind of damage such a man,

:" for fellow men of an older and kin. sojrt advertisement said "Christian been known that there wu candidacy as a joke. Hoover, of Issues as he expounded lay, the' principal; blame for r operating out of' the veryganglion (

dred religion, and it is high time' clientele"! to mean "Jews not wel unhappiness st the top !level In they said, had Just made up I them In executive: sessions, 'the economic disaster on theImcumbent of Western

that this stops.Careless come" It is still more shocking when Moscow. Sources at the U.N. his mind which party he belonged and with a brilliance of mentality of the White strength: / In the White House, '
to and look he House. In this "'
now, doing they 'could 'do when
that did the presentedwith
"'-'. say only lately rarely matched hi our
:. Sunday school lessons in a Christian wants to be Pres d e n t. The far exceeded the limits of legitimate \
become concerned and his temptation.The
army history public' presentations
reading of the New Testament church contribute to anti-Jewish Joke was considered so good partisanship But the
its to those usually >ron tter
feelings were ,
express Irvin Cobb had done thesarrie point .Is that Mr. Jerkin's -
:: that wrote from ,
itself can contribute to this feeling. Republicans >
who believed Not
that Mr. Khrushchev complex, and pedestrian" t
the 1920 tri like nervous disorder, com-
=: Republican convention i\h.( opportunities
somehow had lost his until the American'people in
.ft that.If he wanted to commit And, though Hoover Initiated bined with| his role In government

: War Against t Junk Mail grip.But a perfect murder, he and later brief years, occasional read his memoirs speeches sound measures to arrest the might very well .
the over riding con would "leave the cor p s e In decline, and might If reelected have jeopardized the national 'j'
far above the
topics
on
::: cern In the ranks of the Krem- Hoover's headquarters whereit have succeeded earlier and .security.. "
The ways and devices of the Post It's as simple as that. All you purely partisan conflict, did
never would be found.. better than his successor did
: lin leaders wu that the West.ern \
:: Office Department are mysterious need to do is check they realize the warmth, wit, : '
the envelope to I Communist nations were his" political power and, official WHICH LEADS to the next
forcefulness and brilliance
= and complex, but often in the middleof see whether the "return requested"I not merely breaking away BUT BY 1924.Herbert Hoover I familiar to the few who real prestige were, hopelessly question. Are there groundsfor h
::: the maze a gem appears. Take, from the Soviet Union but was so dominantly the ly knew Herbert Hoover. crippled by the''Democratic confidence that the Johnson 4I
for example, the cast of a New has been included, and If it has you were going their separate choice of the Republican rank' attack and by his Inability to 'Administration will re- 4
write and file that the But there win third ', to ,the people) the humanitarian veal the truth? '
= Jerseyian who got fed up with all just "refused" and chuck the ways, some declaring themselves profession' a cause convey Unfortunately t
"junk" in the mailbox. If it hasn't l non aligned some als were obliged to give way of hll'dereat for reelectionto : qualities .and understanding precious few. There Is the
the mail" to his house
= "junk flowing ,
to d d. The the in 193. Had of, tee I 1
looking toward Red China, a popular em a n presidency r plight persuasive shadow of the BobBy ,
:- and office and asked the departmentwhat chuck it anyway and let the postman' others professing loyalty to strength of this was conclusively I thli not materialized,' the yhlch ;WFa. essential\ In the Baker Case. With a singular !

he could do about It. The re throw It out. Russia. It wu this, U.N. observers demonstrated by his subsequent handicaps of miblk DersOnalIty dpsperale! ;circumstances.* at S arrogance, Mr. Johnson \

ply so pleased him that he sent it to believe, that finally overwhelming 'elec- and professional Incompetence -,' t! has simply l Ignored the case,

:4'The Wall Street Journal. This WM One brought the Into action Hon ss President. In pdIltlrs*might. b.ve., HEPOSSESEp" quaIitlcs -, relying on his manifest pow.
way or another, the basic Intent army I
been This third in fu'fl. But congenitally
overcome. ,
and
to exert Its in- In the leaders er, the demonstrated capacity
own political 1932
it said
what ,
:: : party
is the same: To let those who cause was hard luck. When., he".was, unable to protect of the public to tire of
fluence. were obliged to n urinate
r e o
a President of the US. has them especially under the 1
sell or solicit through the mails know Hoover because the any one question, to simply
though
.= "Any mall which you do not wishto hard luck, even proved abilityto .handicap of the great damage stretch the business out to
REPRESENTATIVES: of downward In the
that their efforts are not appreciated. plunge make great contributionsto already wrought to his political !-
= accept may be refused by writing Communist n a U lo n sin the economy made his defeat a the point where it Is all but
'
:: the word 'refused' on the mailing In this day of endless invasions UN. report that there was probability, rejection by his Is futile his country to survive and the his blowsof times: power and official pres forgotten.

jt piece adjacent to the address, and privacy, citizens must use every and Is, a certain affection and party would have made it a fate. Napoleon recognizedthis tige.Yet Mr., Johnson will probably
returning it to depositing respect for Niklta Khrushchev certainty.. The paradox here he made contributions have a more difficult time
postman
= your or weapon they have to keep crass commercialism cruel but abiding truth
I it in letter collection box. After all, he had survived was that the very popular when he dismissed generals to ,t_e, relief of the miseries neutralizing t h e Jenkins
a
:: in its proper place-the more years of turmoil preference which thrust'him ,1 of mankind that were greater case, but he certainly has
and marshals not because
,- "If such refused mail bears the send recognized advertising media. Private and change than any of them. into the highest and most but and more, durable than any lieutenants who are willing
they ,
were Incompetent
.'=: .,r'. request for return, it will be returned mail boxes are not included in He had become a popular powerful office In the gift of because they were unlucky.And in his time and over a longer and eager to do 10,.W. have

I :: and a minimum charge of 8 that media. Neither, for that matter, even a well. beloved fig the American electorate deposed such was the' political period. These are hi pub- seen how two of his most

-: cents collected. If the mail does not are private telephones. The only ure, so far as most of the him from it four years destiny of Herbert Hoover.! lic services which earned intimate friends! the lawyers .
afterward. Thus he was the him the place in the .
shining
Clark diffford!
Soviet l and Abe
bear such circulars peoples were con.
= a request, printed have
weapon we against telephone
only president for whose nomination annals ,'1.be human race Fortes went peraonilly'to
cerned There was, therefore, HIS HARD LUCK the ?
::: and advertising matter are disposed solicitation, unfortunately, is the election: and repudiation was that his political! : ,failure cannot threenewspapers In ,
Washhigton
of bloodshed insofar of
no planning arrival the economic: disaster -
=: of as waste in the local Post human hand. You use that to hangup. after one term the American obscure. D. C. to
as the old m a n was concerned before he had bee two plead with
:: -Office. It Is believed that he people, and not the party years In the White House. If He lee a'great American, their editors to suppress the

-- had acquiesced to the planned sible.leaders, were wholly respon- was the product of world l I a great citizen- 'of the world. news-news which is was

changes before going on his '4 factors, their seeds sown In Oil these high and ,solid pe- clearly the business of a self-
vacation to the Crimes. The Another paradox of his carter the First World War and Its destals Herbert Hoover takes governing people .to know.
Leonid that, while his settlements, fertilized by lds place In history. The political instinct for self-
original planning put was ..
Voice ..: .... .
of the People Brezhnev who has been a iirotectlnn I. .'..
I' .I : protegeo of Mr. Khrushchev and no doubt the lawyerss

In the top position. Not much All That Unused Paper tions were almost a matter
-of reflex. But also
is known about Aleztl Kosv- 'I i so- may it
m mQn The Sun'a Opinion Pn ,r (In Mikoyan, president of the ; liF prove a matter of reflex in

USSR, remains a sort of Near Unrk ffllmf posed general.; the prt-j vttfiare varied and highly un- the President so to contrive
C
33.; (Hlitow m4 -mmti fcm raWtftjMe ..!... to HM v.h. .. Hi | ..... :r the
Investigation of
the
: rA anchor man In experience and rate ones deal with .claims o/Kcial./ In IOm.lnalancea the Jenkins ,
...* .. *.lMKl 4km wrHw'i H4rw. Mm* win |. wM Nit .Nd. A .-.... tMa.N WASHINGTON When a
I ... ..... 100 VWdt ..4 .... k. ....*** Ml .." MM .M* .* Ik. ,.,.*. ,*..*" (."..* k* M.A, TIM authority.Here Congress adjourns, as: the made by Individuals, groupsor sponsorship of a bill with affair .as to pacify us
I.. n lktliM h *** ." Ml* H t""lwl *, wltIMOIt .... establishments. ,, all.even If there are no
rist..s.Another. .1.. 'lie wtiler.. ......... M st the U.N. there was ttth did on Oct. J, all uncom- 41s. da(0( of introduction un-'" grounds for serenity
unanimous belief t b s t therewas pleted bills and resolution All were solemnly referred 'dugclosed-helps a congressman .
Switch to Kennedy Johnson, there or on the school board, why no Stalinist strength In die with it. The approach of to appropriate committees seeking re elect: 10 D. We cannot In other. words,

were differences of emphasis shouldnt they require that the new government at Mos the deadline, however, does for bearing and recommendations Some members say they do know bow much damage, If

:., By Goldwater but the continuity of our general 'Science and H ea 111I" (the cow. It was not that sort of not seem to deter some members for floor action. it 4o emphasize\ their Interest any, Jenkins has. done to the

"*, EDITOR, Sun Observer policy was maintained. Christian Science Bible), or revolution, Soviet experts believe from presenting legisla The matters with which thty i F bv certaUt Subjects or peo- country.. It
> : reports -
Goldwater has
been a conspicuous the Book of Mormon be readIn tion. dealt -10m"-cllIIII,. usual .
as they try to leek pie Others' say, they just "do
that Senator Coldwa4
ter has written to a local ad-- member of that all the public schools?". through the murk of secrecythat On Oct. 2, the day before ly for weeks of hearings and it for the record.: AND FINALLY, of course, :\1
small and alienated Congressional sine die In long waits for floor consider there Is,'the continuing question
We do the stth adjourned
not take Issue with o b sc ur e. what really
r mlrer, deploring the "destruc- m I nor Ity which, 24 bills ation-Included housing taxation ,.'.Anyhow, It adds to the of the'internal security.f': :'
the midafternoon. public ,
.. context of his
lion of the Eisenhower-Dulles article but went on. At a time of great ''.
throughout this period h. s e'orn- congressional printing billi.1m President Johnson has
the Ken- only to his reference to the lack of knowledge, the UN. 24 private bills and Ilx'ener.1 unemployment said X:
foreign policy" by opposed tht predominant consensus must be he did not know '
"Book of Mormon" being the those resolutions were introduced pensation, social: security, Immigration many copies until this I
< :nedy Johnson sdministra1. within both parties. observers especially 111 I utional produced for committee docketing last occasion about the .
:.. Mormon Bible. from Middle Europe, believe in the House. In the Senate c e a s earlier 'J'
;+ This .Is but another of the If Senator Goldwater now The Mormons use the same that no Stalinism is Involved, four public bills and seven amendments and bankruptcylaw. filing, distribution for occasion on which Mr. ,'
2 ; curious new stands the Sena- writes nostalgically of those Bible as the Protestants; the but only a conviction that Mr. private bills went into the the trash heaps and for mention back Jenkins 'was arrested, way

*.. lee-has discovered. Through- Eisenhower policies so opposed King James translation. The Khrushchev had lost his hold hopper. Public bills covet pro Explanations for such ecu- In speeches. In IKtVHow .

::-des..the Eisenhower years, by Goldwater own senatorial Mormons claim that the Bookof on things and that the Communist In the kame of heaven
.::: Seaator Goldwater opposed votes, it can only mean Mormon Is a record made world was d r I f ting tall that be* Or to put It dif

..-_ flSB foreign policy, detail by a desperate effort to regain by phophcts of the ancient apart and something had to POTOMFEVER:. ferently, assuming h Is so,
.1: detail His claim to leader- some of the wandering traditional people who inhabited toe be done to restore It % t' how In' the name of heaven

: :shlfr of the right wing was ) Republican voters or American continent for centuries Dy JACK WILSON, Cowlea Washlngten Beresra can Mr. Johnson defend ex i
"bolK, to a considerable degree perhaps It is but another Indication before and after th e THE REALLY CRITICAL : isting security: practices i :
: on his votes and his that the only policies time of Christ. In reading the danger, however, is believedto Now they've fired Khrushche\'s son-In-law as editor of Iivestia. Instead of ? Whoever was responsible

"";statements In opposition to the which Goldwater can bring Book of Mormon seven claims lie ahead What if the new severance pay he gets one free family-a ad in the. ,"Positions. Wanted". column. for keeping the Information ,t
:-lorelp policy of the last Republican himself to approve are those are made or Implied to IU history troika that has taken over isItself _..:-- from bun Is himself a security ,
= ; administration. which are safely In the past and contents, they are: unable to solva the domestic It would be a kindly gesture to a fallen foe if the State Department seat risk. What are the procedures .

"The Conscience of a Con- MARYLEK VANDIVER I. The Book had a miracu problem, and what if Khrushchev a airs note aid invited him to come see Disneyland.Khrushchev'a *' that made thir )pojsible '
::IUYltI"," written during the Ious origin. this threesome meets with rebuff Is the FBI Implicated?
:2*Eisenhower period was essen- Book of }MormonNot t The Puok was written on with some of the Middle out. Sir Alec Douglas-Home ut. Yogi Bern & out no wonder Did .Bobby Kennedy as At + r,

:=:Bally a critique of the foreign 'Bible' plates in Ri formed Egyptian European Communist conu- LBJ says "Hurry up and bandage my hands and fetch some more 'road tomcy General know about
'
.
I -=and domestic policies which by a succession of historians. tries or acne of the more maps." : Jenkins and if so why'" did Ij t

_'had been embraced by the EDITOR. Sun: In the October 1 There was populous powerful ones la' Italy or he not whisper ta Mr Jahnaea's -
dominant segment of a Republican .IS, ISM Issue, i a American civilization in anllqulty. France? GOP funds raisers iris Americans to..rt yew saW where year heart ....*, ear' ? If not before'. No-
'clmllllatn I who page c The way thinga have hew going lately, that wU cheke M. veraber, Satf' last at least ,'
person signed ss Protestant So there Is waning mixed after that?
:: ATs .. historicalrifest
matter
wrote these words 4. The American Aborigines .
2 we have had a Mpart. : are, In of Hebrew with fear, uncertainty a ad It's fine for each country to have fta favorite sport OB the Olympic program, TVs* are the ejections of
'tan foreign policy, supportedby .-. "And what about Chris- Descent part, hope, a rather dismaying troika but the committee.. quite right in taming down. Russia's i proposal for an toftpub*-, corcerm.

= the majority of the mum.'s Lisa Scievii's or Mormon 5. Jesus the Christ visited of emotion oaly l the arms race. Too noisy. t .... Oat hopes they wOl be kept t'
ben of both parties 'ever Bibles: If there are a majority slow passing of days weeks _. : ,. 1 deer and met detractors of
:Iir ZjiOM World War li. neon .. Grutia Scientists or the American Continent. and months will bring !the an DewweraU are the first to admit Barry b i geoeT photographer..' Re's ace e*' Mr. Johtm wul not doud

mM W otyls. ..XJsssbner.r ,.ifaUMM in the neighborhood (See_VOICE ee _Page I) swer. heat la the ceoitry eel negatives lilt ... .

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By WALTER UPPMANN It does mean tint we have Plight Eisenhower has been
Two great events within the vital Merest Ja the. nature ofsoqr to negotiate' with the Communist -
Cbimmmist world leaifare- ,.settkaneaf;that may.be nations on the principle
\ seen as Inevitable, happened lIrot/abt.boa\ .
w that/ they are not Identical and
to coincide bat week. Tilt i n..crltltal: dvestipn. far"as have differing.national Inter-
complicates greatly the making and,for ov sHies la *>merRussia osts..QM ef the cardinal fal-
I of our OWl policy: and Chtorwul reach lades of GoMwaterlsm, which
j Had Khrushchev departed agreement eo:the bests
ef ce would paralyse: A m e r I e a a
weD bole re the Ch In see. existence with Ib.Weed or on diplomacy to the world, Is the
achieved
noctear stain the
s
thekttlaelrevdut.Miaryl.oi.taty Ignorant
prejudice. that an
problem for in would be limp .
I aganst the West There Cbnummbt states are alike
ly whether Soviet policy will la M .preordained answer to and,'should be treated with
continue along to line tho ...
present .. Qulticoncert the same degree' ef hostility.
and how soon i past Khrushchev ably tt can "' "".u4

regime will be sto- finer ft):Most certainly TMC 'TRUTHS' that Rwiaand
blizel Had. China exploded moreover, Mr ewe policies toward .a... though they both
r. the nuclear device wille l ChsNaadRastakbo :: ; ,:ert avow Marries and Lentoisra.eetodtterent .
Khrushchev was still securely raghty tefaiwial and :pew
in office, he prospect of.I. haps decisive. k delomtamgwhemtr .abp. ...ssd. MW stages.of doUN I
i Joint, though tacit, policy of tilt .... .. K te'psatles .a .u..a interests. More vsrr ,
y containing China would hive Resale r goer wltbChsm i ..is..,mo East EnrsoeaaCMimurtst
been pd.l' or.011II. with:Rich.TIE.11'dtliNDATION nation desire
now, instead of one vane- aatocreassng
degree of national
1' ble-either/ In Russia or Chow ..ef v a Mtpendance Ire m Macaw

we IN dealing with tee policy asset be:u''*te.sloftto ..There Is also every ream ttbh <
.,. variables. The ceadittoUnited / fifes of.tbsvmffitary ayes *that ON Southeast'AstaaCammunlstBatloas
States policy 1s cam, teawMebbuphyedsQckacnsdal ,
! plicated many tones,ever. *' part ki jmtaudlM the .. North Viet Nam andUaaTwwM
.
'
Soviet UKtaoi e a let,JQwshcbev -' .
WE HAVE. I think to make '.to. rule, at,.andearwar. ..JHHilnastoa. from prefer Peking.'A to .avoid
j. two assumptions at the very am) aeek...paaceabK.'Ceextatonce. ..4'and
sf successful
beginning. One is that the The .tt;a.policy ef America. policy demands AT
l 1 post Khrushchev regime wO JdIC: sdpsrtortty-. w 1 tbsot that:.....,the framework' of McDUFF
be fluid and u sear tale lIar, ..... ....., -'a nuclear deterrence than

.months, perhaps for some. usIarilWl'abied. 1. *-.MIr"Dot \shad to .ettenalve, and diverseWester -
I years to come. The ether assumption set to dtontoatl.PrssidsMt Ii *diplomatic
.is that walla the. Lbadoa Jdseoo. Go
pkrattos tosUs the Commuaiet
\\J Chinese nuclear device Is M Sunslay erenJng.fCtendoi 'CAN -
wail a contmual search'
'*1 doubt primitive by oar owl policy to. Easiest Asia,'.. ,Jot..tM. .a resB9SBti which Bra
standards IIId by Russia. we may .tote ft tsr'fmHtol.;' based en ambitl self Interest
, standards China iwffl never' tot I addUoaal militaryPMMT to keeplig the
thelesa soon begfa-to, III'- ..iI IS ......' peace.
\ R a. WORLD
plainly enough, a vital
I larded, at least m Sa: .i tan thaw eztoaded bpssgIai HANDCRAFTED
interest ef the Soviet Union -
J Asia as a genuine 'a u. dear- .Mart "wffl' .be *o- .....__,j that Red China should evolve
Toward ahOSoe.lal rrt 1;''''''' J! .pt'eI Mi revolutionary mlllUancy. FAMOUS ENT
\ Russia and dime, Osier: starts Its'UfW lie f :; ..and. concentrate on Internal ,
.oJ the grand objective ol our polo. IIIdIIrJ. 'pow /: -wlmsi'lie 'development This la 't
I I :' icy must be to avoid the mKflcatlooof framework of deterrence that also ear interest, and wa must
the Corn m o edit the Soviet tinier.has lived ks heel.shut our adds to, or es-
world aa one host* nuclear since IN middle ., the. 1IIIi. dude from'Us) coMfctmtssnoreurpoUdettiMe/

power. This docs not..... TblfAaiki' serve. as .a. big <.ab Ie,
'' .that we have, therefore,';a persuaders tor*voOqr If.taMafrat'part that 'WttBi me coming gee-
It vital .interest fai perpttuatintt ezbteuos in PplduW; l4.with ratta Odor"will ..wish.tomakepeace .
'l.\ and sharpening the 'HnMs* iharmsios. 'is .with all 'barBeajhbenon COLOR TV
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\ Boolca A Canmlealea'and him :
I. The contents of the : 1 T 4 tompor"ary
peatliM of Mayer by his _
-l".]., '\ are 7.Inspired.The Book offers a certain amIsuI... b' Mi:r dedIIY'Oiis. ..uch.pubttcbMl MO of thatoffice t sr, ," "Ise a _h' Greeter Dependablllry, fewer eervleapr '
."' teat of Its authenticity. whose. aolo oMmIs .-.,;... in the. current presldentUleamBlBi ........1! from ZENITH'S OWN HAND.
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with
't : 1 no printed elf"
dkhlapomeeftbewoytkeWe've BBUB h
would Investigate the Book ef ; BBaparOisn dty mansryrersstieBt 1M
\ Mormon he would never formerer. madg..s'desiRd: ... has been btatpfitod > culri.
'
I again can it the "MormonBible. holm. -1 44v t eU *government
." jot mare then ear 'jfros. ef'aBitaail political parr
\ )Bfel ..... atatoleere.Mttcn (y aRpia sIt Mr. McKtoney
Caineevffle Ward Bishopric mon. 'Wt c4WMt uhra .has broken what has been I)

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LOUIS BAlUtIS. WHY DID IT ALONE : alone Still such suspicions continue with ene in nine persons.
Even after the publication of the Warren Commlsslon'Re- Believe Warren Report' 27 '....;' An equally,large number are probably chronic doubters who, 1 ,,;
port a majority of Americans still remain unconvinced that THE Oswald mentally deranged .16 13' tend to. feel,the,."real" story about almost any Important 1
the full story of the assassination of John F. Kennedy ,Isknown. Authorities Investigated 5 3 public event is never quite told. ..
fully
A Just completed special survey of a natton-wids cross- HARRIS @ ) Oswald hated authority,<" 4 -4 I number,of people -18 per cent feel that the keyto II IIA
section of the public reveals these findings:l Oswald strange personality 4. 4 the assassination rests In explaining why Ruby shot Os
4 -some 31 per cent of the people still believe that Lee SURVEY Heard from newspapers, '',. wald. Some believe Ruby was paid to do It, while others,
Harvey Oswald had accomplices, even though the commissionsaid TV, radio '- ,2> still recall the initial television reports that Oswald was seen
be was the late President's sole assassin Another 13 Not lUre''w 13 II In Ruby's night club before the.murder. The last claim of I
per cent just aren't certain whether Oswald did it alono or 'Ruby was paid to kill Oswald I I course,.was specifically.discredited: as untrue by the ,com,
with others. Oswald not smart enough to (NOTE:: Percentages add to more than 100 per cent:because ,mission.
-While 17 per cent arc now,convinced: that Oswald was .do it aloneOswald 4 I some' people] gave'more than one reason for,their .beliefs 0 It is possible, of course that the future will turn up facts ;
the-murderer, 2 per cent believe he was not, and 11 per cent seen In Ruby's night ,) .f.:'. beyond those found out by the Warren Commission:' But it Is :
are:not sure. Club J J The Warren Commission Report cut in half the number of more likely that speculation about;the assassination of John r I'
,;:The reasons people feel Oswald had accomplices center Oswald trained In Russia J- people who previously felt that the' assassination:.11' too F.'Kennedy. will continue among millions,of Americans, as 1
on*.the belief that the assassination was too Involved and\ Backed by Communists a' intricate and involved,'an Operation for enemas to do it appears to have happened throughout the world. d J
carried out too efficiently one man to do it alone, the i I t r
conviction on the part of some that Jack Ruby,was paidto m aaaMMw suupl P r
kill Oswald, the Russian and Communist background of the' t '
assassin; the feeling that Oswald wasn't smart enough to do
the Job all by himself. Ahlllliw ,iiot alb
y The survey, completed after the Issuance of the commission .
report, followed an earlier one taken Just prior to releaseof
the report. Thus, the Harrla Survey can report the pub
lic's ideas about the Kennedy assassination before the reports t ,
and to what extent the commission's findings changed these jQUIUIY" t'J.
beliefs. "
The Warren Commission :Report achieved remarkable coverage '

among the American people, with N per cent attesting I i vNT
to having heard about it. .
People were asked: .
r "From what you have read or heard, do you feel the fun OISCOU I c
story is In the Warren Commission Report?,Or do you think .
there are still a lot of unanswered questions about.who. killed KEEP .OROWINO.YCAR'AFTER' YEAR. r <
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President John Kennedy and how it was done?", HANKS TO YOU OUR .CUSTOMERSe'WE TO BRING YOU 'swwa a.nties'Rollup AND BETTER VALUES! SEE HERE! 4 ." .

UNANSWERED QUESTIONS AND EAfI Y1AK WI THY \
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I Full story In report 45
Still unanswered questions 45

Not sure 10
For the most part, however, the vast majority of Americana ;1u:, EXTRA-SPECIAL .
are convinced Oswald was the killer., as Indicated in answers
w to this question: : ',:_
1 "Do you feel that Lee Harvey Oswald was or was not the Mafsd PURCHASE_ ,
man who shot President John Kennedy '
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After Report Before Report
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Oswald was assassin :17: t( COOKWARE!

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The biggest source of lingering doubt surrounds'the ..... FIRST milTYl ALL AT '
0 ton of whether Oswald had accomplices; loCh betore:and .
after Issuance of tilt report, a cross-nctJon of'fie pubtk, was IIRTHDAYIONUS- PRICES. .
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liked To:you feel Lee Harvey Oswald had accomplices or did ,, ;,, ALL HARI-TO-REAT VALUES! ,
he do it alone?"

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Per Cent Per CoatS Hoot proof plastic knob;sturdy
Had accomplices 31 40 rivet. side handles. Polished 84 e I
Did it alone M 45 fnhhl

I Not sure 13 15
_While the report dispelled coubts about Oswald having accomplices I'
? in the minds of 11 per cent of he public, a majority ANGEL FOOD CAKE PAI
of those people who believed earlier that Oswald could not YOURCHOICE t'.
nave done it alone did not change their minds on the basis For Angel Food cokes. Better 84',
I of the commission's findings.The tool, removable bottom! Logs f
reasons for this lingering doubt are fascinating "Why for easy cooling !
y+ do you feel (Oswald had accomplices, did it alone)?" ; I' ''I',

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WHY HAD ACCOMPLICES quick-hoot bottom. Polished 84 .
: Not TAILORED SHIRTS
possible for one man to'I. finish ImtdolSAUCE
do it alma u 21 EACH '
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Niw V.m Tlimt All first quality long-wearing cottons! Brilliant finish! '
:. PARI pally at the German Federal
I+ President De e Beautiful color In solids, prints,
range
Gaulle, Republic, was accompanied by
by the French unanimously cabinet supported declare a warning that there can betel ttrtpesl Wide choke of collar styles! 12Qt.'DISHPANNatural. ; .

today France would withno' ,1'ul eM" ,negotiations withdraw Buy a wardrobe of them to complement finish wide rim holt '
from the European Com- the United States on the "Ken skirts, slacks, jumpers the whole Sea* n ; e
hanging. Use too for riming ,84'for -
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agreement on Its agricultural iI ill Market members fruits,vegetobl.il ,
program reconcile their difference on
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57% rinsing
SPORT SHIRTS fruits spaghetti, rice, otc. 84 C '
Bright polished aluminum: '

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1, 'Country Club r New 'Treatment 'Reported For JFK Infant Ailment Ceremony Off
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Has : At GENESYS Calling All Toys! I
[ Slip-Up New flark dtotr half of these bablei 'probably The kidney develops last The new.theory leads to a Ct'remon- _
Ground breaking
BY ROBERT K. PLUMB would ,have died. of all body 'and I I I simple treatment. The Infant

SANTA FE t organs premature
N.M. (AP) .is les for the central CENESY;
ti ward Babcock walked up toe MIAMI BEACH-A cure for The' new theory simple. kidneys do not function I Is given enemas of e p 10m facility at Cape Kennedy ached. Phone Now Fob
i bar at the Four Mils Coun- mysterious hyaline mem- The Idea Js that newborns wed Water tries to escape : salts immediately after birth. sled for next Wednesday habeen
brane disease that takes the have too much water in their through \the premature The effect Is to draw off water cancelled.
} Cub!in Albuquerque{ andthased bodies and In in lungs and this chokes off the '
InCan'In' prematures Dr. John L. Hummer, Director
lives of 25000 the from the body tillS u e s. Saturday Pick-up I IBy
three liquor drinks, United particular: expulsion of water air supply. The babies turn of the University of Florida' ,
States each was
said. I year is Enemas of saturated eps G m
difficult. blue, choke and die. .
Graduate Education -
Engineering
I reported here today at a medical salts have been tried 28 times I PAT WILKINSONIF school Key Clubs. ..
This, he System, said the ceremOnies -
alleged occurred meeting. I Did Burglar Have a Ball? I and they have worked every w-re being cancelled Student Journalist Thirty trucks will carry the
pt. 22."Babcock A little more than a year Have .
I time it was reported. It is you any toys gathering toys to the old Margaret Ann
because construction of I
the I facility
the disease fatal to -
signed an admlnls- ago was not yet certain that the theoryis dust that your children have Building next to City Hall
Patrick Bouvier Kennedy, ROCHESTER N.Y. (AP) -A youngsters who followed the car is well underway on the
live complaint Tuesday : white-haired man gleefully ; correct: : but Ills cert a I n outgrown to light up the eyes ofan There the Junior Woman's Club -
born late down the street site
of the
gainst the club new son that the treatment works two underprivileged child on will distribute the ..,
country charg- President John F. Kennedy. threw dozens of $20, $10, $3 and The ceremonies were initially toys for re
it with selling liquor to a Doctors have tested the $1 bills out of his car window as Shortly before the Incident, pathologists reported.The scheduled for September 10 I Christmas morning'Dohs pair. Dolls and stuffed animals

r n-member.i which Is forbidden treatment on 21 Wants in he drove slowly along Sacton I police said a resident of a nearby finding was prepared but were postponed when Hurkan bikes skates, wagons will be repaired by the Girl.'
state law."Babcock five hospitals in Loulsv il Ie. 1 Street Tuesday night, street had reported his home by Dr. Daniel Stowens, director Dora stemmed Into the pull toys sporting/ equipment- Scouts wagons scooters bikes -
: is state liquor direct All 28 are alive today. With, "Here! Here!" Sboutln'//1 burglarized of $942 In small) of laboratories at Chll- Cape Kennedy area two days anything repairable Is wanted firemen large toys and by other the Gainesville
theBoys'
toys by
out the treatment. It was said] The bills wen 1 bills. dress Hospital in Louisville. earlier. when volunteers for "Toys for'ots' Club. ?-..
knock on RainMvilU'ioors ,.. .
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Saturday morning: In addition $1,000 worth of'.- -,
Mrs. Lottie Schater director, new toys have been purchased ._,
of Alachua County Central We t. for distribution to needy children
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0 STORE BUYING POWER SAVES YOU $$$ "Carl about Agency why Santa's tells this toy shop story Isopening' The. Central Welfare Agency ??

so early. .
will contact the parents who "
.' Last Christmas a solider told will go to Santa's Toy Shop at .
his son that he could have a 103 NE 1st St., Dec 17-11 and' *
bike when he was nine. The boy choose toys appropriate for,...
just turned nine but the soldierwas
their children. "*
)IIII The toys will be
oj a mn01I11111i1 killed two weeks The
ago. ..
i arranged on shelves by children's -
mother called Mrs. Shafer for
age and sex.
help in keeping her husband's
promise to his son. So please dust off those toys
Hopefully the result will make and give them to the volun-
hundreds of other little chil teems that knock on your door
f dren happy this Christmas too, Saturday morning urges t h e ""
1 Mrs. Shafer says community clubs. -
,
,, 1 The drive Is sponsored by the I Toys may be taken to the
= Junior Chamber of Commerceand Margaret Ann Building, or you
the Communications Workers may call these two numbers to t
I Iz of America Joining the have toys picked up: 1-U01 before
community effort by canvassing 4 p.m. Friday or M8M
elghborhoods all over town Saturday morning after I. ..
( will be the Boy Scouts Girl I I If you want action, Just say
EASY NORCOLD GENERAL ELECTRIC RCA
) I Scouts Boys' Club and.the high"'::I _have..toys, ,for_tots:"" _

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1-of-a-kind I
Some items 1- some floor samples, some !111 II I.i-

demonstrators,'many new in cartons.! All prices with HOSPITAL past 24 hours were: .
Oct 21114 Hit and run at West Univer-, ,?.
preferred trade. FREE DELIVERY. You BIRTHS slty Avenue and 20th Street
may purchase Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boric
wu reported by Ronald Berlo ....
labor for length of time wish. 2000 NW 39th Ave, a girl. Mr lami of 1112 NW lit Av.,
I a policy any you and Mrs. Herman Davis Jr., 7U whose car was hit from behind ,.-M .'
SE Ith St., a girl; Mr. and Mrs by a blue station wagon He
A \ Joseph W. England Box U, Wil reported the station wagon's
Baton, Fla, a boy.ADMITTED. license number to police, who
QUALITY are Investigating
Annlkkl H. Christensen, Rose Jlmmle 0. Holt, Hawthorne "
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o DISCOUNT STEREO CONSOLES Mae Grsy.ion Selena Davis arrested for following too close

CONSOLE T.V AUTO WASHERS Bonnie D. McGlynn, Brian 8. and causing a minor accidentat
''ills FM-AM RADIOS teal, MarrHlne H. Brotkenouiih Hawthorne Road and SC '*
12 .' $9'8 Jack Bohannon, Gloria 3rd Avenue with Pearl Louisa "".
?...auiIIi'' :ILpii, i lu MOTOROLA 23" 178 4-Speod Changer. RCA WHIRLPOOL $128EMERSON w. Prlmo Robin S. Binary, Sarah Smith of rural Gainesville. *

Swivel. WaU . "_. COFFEE TABLE I A.....W ".,. ..' .M, Nixon Carolyn W, Buchanan James Harold Dean, of\ 113 ....

23" Wolmst Cabinet: .. . $88 KELVINATOR2spoed,5 Patricia D. Hicks, Sandra SE Mth St, charged with running :..
168 128 ummcr, Mrs. Ann E. Middle- a red light causing: a mlnr
ended Picture Tuba. ,
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MOTOROLA FM-AM
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PORTABLE $158 ton all of Gainesville; Shelva or accident with Dlan Chamber _
I C. raIEI.ctrlca"' 188 Coffa* ,.*,..,;.... *.: SPIED QUEEN I 158 J. England, WJllilon Linda Ufl Tlaon of Metros at SC 11th

Wai. Cab. c.......... EMERSON 12"I $168 Weeks, Newberry; Joyce Roberts Bruce Allan Self of 1B24 NW
$88 PACKARD BELL 23" z S.W. Bends (1G."o.'. MAYTAG
I All Channel . $198 $128'' Cross City; Johnnie G 3rd Ave, charged with (artless
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i EMERSON 16" With TembIP Deer '. ( MOTOROLA 136 2-spood. 2-cycU. i. I towns, Mlcanopy; Patricia H. driving causing a major ,.,",

All Channel $99 SYLVANIA 23" $168 4 Speakers. 4..,. Ch....". EASY All Fabric $168 I tovlngton, Starke.; Marvin F.Colson accident at 2MO NW llth SI. ...

Walnut. Cabinet . RCA VICTOR Auto., 2-seeed, 3-yda.. .. I Trenton, Annie B Lan.ter with Mary Frederick Gaynor

EMERSON 19" 119 RCA'VICTOR'23" Solid .... ,.,...... $98 WHIRLPOOL I Lake City. of 711 NE 7th St. ..
3 Hr. Sleep Switch .. M88 158 Edward S. Chaste of Eustli
tIWJI1 sq. in. Picture. 50'Stan luylng ,.... Saves YON $|S AU Porcelain.. . DISCHARGED arrested for changing 1 la net
General Electric 19"A Robert U Rehberg. Mrs Verna -
RCA VICTOR 23" KELVINATOR I causing I minor accident with '
'rT7 199 Goode, Robert E Hsrrell,
Real Steal &"w.'OJ. Twin s,....",. I NO' MONEY DOWM..CH/U It Z..,..., 2-cyclo. . 168 IIr. Agnes Cannady. Mrs. .N1U H. Shemd, of 101 E. Unl *
OLYMPIC 19" vinlry Ave, at University Avenue
99 MOTOROLA 23" REFRIGFRATOP' GENERAL ELECTRIC Mary B. McDonald, Mrs Re.seeds -
t and Main Street
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Handle. ..11'. $209 $148
Carrying Law." ". Twin S,...."'. W. Murrl-cycla. . . Bottomly, Mn Wanda FreCaOs
WESTINGHOUSE 19" Xibols and daughter, Mrs En .
.'rT7 NORCOLD KELVINATOR ely Anne Brown and baby girl, Police are Investigating posilbli -
Why Pay More NO MONEY DOWN...CHA.GI IT Apt. SI.. I.frl......,. .. $11 An ,..rIc Washer.. .. $198 Mrs. Mary o:. Thornton, Jesse I vandalism Involving a
I boat lire to the m block of --
DELMONICO 19"
$98 TV STEREO C .JMO RCA WHIRLPOOL WHIRLPOOL $188 ray Fine Inn Ostern, Oliver S, W. Jrd Avenue Wednesday ?
Handwirtd. Power Trans. $1411CA Mae Buck.
1.1 CII. ft. .. . ,. '- ycla. Knight Lucy: nlfhl. Empty milk c.rton..nd -
WESTREX 16" $78 POLICE, FIRE: REPORTAecldeallUaadsp a cake were found In the hot- ?.
Carrying Handle, DELMONICO GENERAL ELECTRIC $168 S'IIDQUIIN $198 I tom of the )burned boat -
ADMIRAL 19" FM-AM Radio. 4-.,. Ch'ar. $198. 12 cu. ft. .t . . 2-epeed, rnurH-'r le- Involved In accidents: report- The fire department) answer.
129 KELVINATOR12cu. ICAWHIILPOOL 148 re4' by the Gainesville Police I IJepl. ed a can lo 122 NW Mh Ave -
| Out-front ...,, $168
EMERSON $ ft. -, t A', .-. '.' MuMI-cycl. . : and the Alachua Court- 'Wednesday afternoon: on a
HITACHI I 16"i $ FM-AM Radio. 4-sp. Ch'ar. *f 9 t sheer Ice.. during_ the I small fireplace fire calL :
i Power Transformer. t 77 KELVINATORI0 $138 tOWM THAN MAIL 01 Of II HOU1I '1''CIS. -

19"- RCA VICTOR s u. ft. .. .
PACKARD BELL 126 FM-AM Radio"4sp.. a'ar. $398 NO MONEY DOWN,.. CHARGE IT
RCA WHIRLPOOL .
I Hand Crafted. $198
12 ,". ft.. ._,. DRYERS .
SYLVANIA 19" $129 PACKARD BELL '$348 Jt leave you breathless
Telescopic A..t.".... PM-AM ...... CoL Cab. \ KELVINATORNOFROST.l4cN.lt. $248 ,
,.' RCA WHIRLPOOL
FAIRCREST 19" 138
Made by Famous Irand.I nis NO MONEY DOWN...CHARGE IT RCA WHIRLPOOL 258 Oat .

General 14 cu. ft. Ua Maker.,. ,-i, KILVINATOR
Electric 19"I l.7AS RAN G [ S M38
I I Mfg. SI 69 Field's Price $129 RCA WHIRLPOOL 268 2 T..,. < .. . .

NO.flOST.lf... ft. RCA WHIRLPOOL
[MOTOROLA 19" $98

All Channel . . .. 138 KELVINATOR .!'.38 RCA WHIRLPOOL $39 2Temp. t . .
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NO-FROST. 16. EASYSpMiolllglit
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VICTOR 19"UCbannel
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$138 ,4mow
RCA WHIRLPOOL $148 KELVINATOR Heavy ,
.. . .. $3Qft
30" lUctric.
__' NO-FROST. II ... ft. RCA WHIRLPOOL S99

FREE STAND RCA WHIRLPOOL ZT.... . . r K't eo i

AIR CONDITIONERS All a.f"'. NO-PROST. wMiW9 a

[NO MONty DOWN..CHARCJ IT '5 fluf T_ TwS..4 Neal '.. "** NO MONiY DOWN..CHAIOJJT e+ R ?bra $ it .,

COLOR TV KELVINATOR ':'$22 FREEZERS .

20.000 ITUEMERSON. . .. .. ORGANS i
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CA VICTOR 21"sllty 398 17,500111). .0. .t. .
Lavtst PrkaIERSON . ROXY KILVINATOR 148
RCA WHIRLPOOL $13 I0abft. .. ...
21" ENetrie Ched. .. . 7
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JTal. Ceneatattc.MOTOROLA . .. 1 ROXYUoetrkCkofd. ; RCA WHIRLPOOL 198

21$498 w .. . 14 IS .* M. Upf4a*.. ... .'

II I 0...... . . DISHWASHERS ROXY = RCA WHIRLPOOL $148

PACKARD BELL $688 llecrrk CboftL .. .. . 16 II He h. "",, ". . ..

-AM fladi.*. Stereo. RCA WHIRLPOOL ROXY RCA WHIRLPOOL 168 1'' r ruirn

ERSON 688 IS...... SeftiIIt. . .$13 HoctrkCawfal .. .. $11 llleeuft.f Upt >t. ". .

-AM Radio. Srere. .. RCA WHIRLPOOL DM TssffM OH IfeMMnM KKVINATORl4 178

A, VICTOR 21$498- 17...... S.i.g $16' OOfTU. .. | ... f9. ."..*gM. . $ ff mkrgd ilrrwdl R"RtwsWlrif 6illirwd

w.... Cel.r. . KaVINATOR eoooo'1TU < RCA WHIRLPOOL $188 ;

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For Ohio U.S. Senate SeatCOLUMBUS INVASION UOIEBSUOr


Ohio (AP-, shaker-but not a backslapper, and a consistent critic of, EwL1
Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr aides say-and generally appears -among other things, civil de-' AAC' YS CRMONH
brought this year's Ohio senate I more at ease than his ense-"outmoded as the Civil ,II.0t1 .
contest to national attention. lather in trowds. War cannon ball." : .
Injuries suffered by Glenn In, Taft, at 47, is considered to Taft counters Young's effortsn I .,,'.l : ...) .... J "J'....... z.Cranta
a tall forced him from his bit: have a fine future In the Repub- \ tie him too closely to Cold- ...... '.." \ ...' (}
to take the Democratic senator lican Patty, and some of those water by noting that he voted ..invade (,!j ''
lal nomination from 75-year-oh partisans fond of taking long- for the civil rights bill while Irawtt WILL every chancf l they gtt Th y ere car.
.. Sen. Stephen M. Young range views picture him In the, Goldwater opposed it, and that rod 'In with groctrltt; they crawl undo doors; they Item blow
Now to hold they differ other issues although through screens; Ihty crawl in through plumbing Stop
: Young Is fighting White House. on In 4 hurry. Our monthly pttt control plin off.rl tile flntrtprattction
his seat against the challengeof He Is the favorite Is this contest both are conservatives agiinit pttti.
: Rep. at Large Robert Taft but the inevitable questionof Taft hammers at the themes mil .INSPICTIOH AND ISTIMATH
: Jr., who bears the state's most his relationship with Sen. of a need for a Congress that Is Qj'/I
famous Republican f am I 11 1 y Barry M. Goldwater comes up. not a rubber stamp for the LORIDAe W
: name. president. His backers think he
"We feel that Bob can attract Phone
: Young .Is a veteran Democratic will take some of Cleveland's IT
: campaigner. Fresh out of more Independent" voters than traditional Democratic ,vole ONTROL 376-2661 '.:III
Goldwater, State SAVE .
: law school he won his way into says Rep. away from Young, an opinionof :
Robert F. Reckman, Tact'scampaign .: .
tIMICMo. .
Ohio's General Assembly In and course not shared by Demo ow o reis VINYL ORANT, CRIST: .
manager longtime
: 1912 five years before Taft crats.
friend. "Of If the BOOTEES
course MIEFS, E1ECTIIC
: was born. In 1958 when defeat
national ticket does well in Ohio
.. of a right to. work proposal -and Goldwater .is expected to DAWTY-TtlD, wlAIIOMi rot WOMEN BLANKET

also swept most Ohio Republicans -carry our state It will help ) SITUSLoniweer AND URLS if.trnmoor ..,....... .--.
out of office, Young u n-' Bob.". ....... .....
seated Sen. John Bricker. I
Taft .Is t tYi son of the late Young refers to his opponentas ,In Your Heart. "
"Mr. Republican! : ," Sen. RobertA. "Junior," says he Is against "I" 21'.r.I1. 1.51 sale 9.94
"Birch, and Bob,"' and
Taft, and grandson of President Barry ..; ...,.
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William Howard Taft H e predicts: "The major factor In ,I aa..........' U0.11.9t
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has been IIu"dln g his own reputation his election will be my record I ? It .
for almost a decade In ',contra,-ted with Junior's." .. acetate tricot. Buppleyetduiablettppen 80% rayon and 20% cot
:' the Ohio legislature and now. Physical fltneis ,advocate with fluffy. cotton plush
in his. first term In Congress.Young Young contends his ,lathe second ON.THE' ISSUES "I dm not Impressed when those full cut, epmfortable fit eollM.Sizes to 3,6 to 10. tog bound.72x84 5 lovely size; colors nylon-!
has reputation as a belt record among current .who offer neirHer principle nor choice conjure White. paaUla. Sim M.

scrapper. His letters to constituents members of the Senate-OS per uP phantom issues In on effort to divide and
pull no punches In reply -cent attendance and voting He confuse. such phantoms, for example, as ,
to one letter which he considered has been a solid legislative the one about on "extremist" takeover of the I ......... Im.IIIIDEI. I
offensive\ for Instance. backer of the Kennedy-Johnson CNILMUirS _
Republican party This is a standard tacticof
.. he answered "Dear sir, administration, voting for the
you .
,. limited nuclear the Democrats Throughout this compaign -, COnOilllT'
are a liar federal tax cut ,UARANTW
::. Taft ha !I""n described a s I test ban treaty, civil rights. I shall continue to direct public attention a-K. smms
:: cool and d'llhrriite He has an health care for the aged andthe I to'these extremists el the ,left litcludiitf I NON-RUN
I : Infectious chuckle In a hand Youth Employment Act the ADA, who ere entrenched In positions of NYLON YlINTSSlI.99C"
power end Influence ,with the Jehmon ed- rORMMS

Shows LBJ Lead I ministration in Washington.. "

I Poll .., AID,TO EDUCATION -"I, hove consistently opposed ....'n s.I.9tc'

Federal ,aid to elementary and secondary 74''
I In Younger Set Opinion I schools as unnecessary"and unwise. Nevertheless tL 2" # Shrink-raistbtuuehedcot. Ble.UfIJf

: I have advocated that any such aid L! ; rt t!
: NEW YORK -, America's President Lyndon Johnson I should. Congress authorize, it'- must in fairness !! ten; safe-tread plastic If they run Grants lives
:: teen-aged Republicans hold out and Sen. Hubert Humphreywere ,;1 A soles. Pink, blue, maize a new pair freetNewfash
be made ovalabfe all schools, public
to or mint 1 to 4 2 to &
little hope for a Goldwater overwhelming choices as I ; ion colors. Sizes 1 to 14.
Miller victory In November candidates, capturing 73.S per private, or parochial ,,,>..lut Federal aid b
According to a poll conductedI cent of the teenage votes. I net the way It would add wasteful "freight"
I n Junior and senior high The Goldwater Miller team charges on money collected by the Federal r :
"- schools in all parts of the country got 221 per cent of the vote. Government and then parceled out to the
less than one third of the A regional breakdown showed ) States". ,,)' GranttownFennlttgh
students who called themselves the Democratic candidates I *Pnp '
Republicans believe the GOP,most popular In the Northeast :V
can win. I while the greatest number o f SUMLOOKSANFORIZED ,
The poll, conducted by the GOP supporters came from the I ( !
Institute of Student Public I South. You Know He's Right! ,

Opinion and sponsored by Scholastic The ISO survey also shows I .. SLACKS FOR BOYS !
Magazines Inc., sampled that Goldwater has more d etectlons -
+ 6,100 students In public and prl- than does Johnson. !
vats schools Nearly one-third of the students Sale 2.57. i
Of the total polled 871 percent preferring the Republican party GOLDWATERFOR
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T Thursday. October 22, 1954 Gainesville Sun __;' 1

f.; Primo Wins GREY LADIES, MEN I

FolKS ty Gecrfe Unzmdycr
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American Red Cross
The are
f'l A STRAM/IR. MOMt YYatIT eNOaMi11e'ATt Goldwattr
l\ M. yea for er for Johnson Way?
WMERC eRSo I
'TMIMIC X'a.& volunteerunit unteer.
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forming a new
... AiK 1M t APIr W /., We'd like to know and we think sot readers would toe. for the volunteer
; O 4 'fAiRI4 $100 CheckThe of Grey Ladies and Grey Applications
I / TNRRLt ,, aasl.r- -reluee Send is a titer (not ever 3M words hi !length) explalnInj Men to work at the Sunland work will be taken at
; your choice In the presidential race. We'd print a selection Red Cross office .
f I'LL var HOUR i Training Center at Gaines the American
.... AI.' whip .* uN Nrsac.AN Sun's Gridiron Green I ef reader's replies. ville. at 19 SW 2nd St., en Oct.
f wlcN, backs football contest went 26 27 from J:30 am until
3F Write to: Volunteers are needed to
j''l' right down to the tie breaker I Editor assist with work in many 1 p.m., and on Oct. 24 from
t" last week. The GafotstlDe SUB areas. It a m. until 10 a.m.
) Fred A. Prime, 1108 N.E. Drawer A Those Interested should call
Schedules and the number
i ...., r Mrs. R. C.Allen, Grey Lady
winner Gainesville Fla. I
21st Ave., was judged the II. of hours of work per week
I.Jenkins' I. Chairman, Phone J7M1M
'r" HUSH HAN of the contest and will receive
SWIFTS PRIMIUMCHUCK swirrsCHUCK PREMIUM Sunland Training Center,
o a check for $100 for his
GROUNDBEEF. 37t 5381 extension 383.
King Queen I phone
'j demonstration of skill In se-
lecting the game winners. Family BuoyedBy
i'STEAK ROAST Choice il VOTE
Spicy
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He won it by being only
$00 points off the actual score of Pourings of SympathyWASHINGTON CHICAGO (AP) Pickle HAYDONBURNS
I. LI. 49 3 Ibs. IB. 39 the Florlda-South Carolina Packers International has seected -''I
; game, whl-h Florida won 37 (AP) -[times by telephone to Mrs. : Its 1964 king and queen I
to 0. If"r presidential assistant Jenkins and her daughter. Lucl, consumer Donald L. Mustard
N litiS KIT Primo and seven other pig- "t"ver Jenkins and his family has talked to her close friend j jI ind !Mrs Carl G Burger.
STEW have been heartened by an out- Beth Jenkins, It, by phone, too.
i 01" NOS
l kIn prognosticators missed on- '".'... of expressions of I Mustard, an Elgin, 111, Insur-I
ly one game out of IS Two sym- Mrs. Jenkins was quoted by nice broker, and Mrs. Burger, a
PORK # I pathy and offers of help In the columnist Betty Beale of the ALL-FLORIDA
5-99 HALFSor ,. names 1 were ties ,and were I Jeerfield[ III, housewife were
j. HOLE days since his arrest on a mor Washington Evening Star assaying
: "free" to all entrants. I given[ their weight in pickles GOVERNOR
I f/ PORK LOINW lb. 55 \ als charge. of the sympathetic reac 1 Wednesday at the 72nd annual .
: Mrs. Dan Allen, of Newberry One bouquet of flowers sent to lion "We did not know how I tickle meeting
J IND CUT PORK FRESH was closest to Primo. Her his hospital room bore the card wealthy we were. It has restored I

CHOPS PORK HAMlb. 55 tie-breaker was just 11 points of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover my faith in human nature .. ...... \
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PORK'\ off the actual score of the Flor whose organization has been It took three friends to answer Th.lt Sue N.W.lld A....
FRESH ida-South Carolina game. called in by President Johnsonto the telephones the first day. I REVIVAL
t t. 39 Picnics lb. 29 Investigate the cane. Columnist Betty Beale of the
\ Both Primo and Mrs Allen OCTOBER 18-25 7:30 p.m.
One
of the first Star sale
public expressions Washington Evening .
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k FRESH missed the Michigan State of sympathy and compassion Mrs. Jenkins reported her husband I Alto JOIN
t HIRSHIY'S Indiana which the Hoosiers e REV. E. NEIHO.
4{ Back Bone lb. 59 game came In a statement from had suffered complete *
: SUGAR won In an upset. Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, who physical breakdown when the I, .. whim** $.* MMiHr ... tI_
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Judges again urged contestants said her heart ached for Jenkins news broke In Washington last .. I
t' 5 'Ibs. 39< PORK SIDE ..Ib" 45s to submit entries on post.El and his family, who were week w MI ftMMfV I M imt NN. ..aRw.m AS w*.eKMtvxny inOR N t
FRESH PORKSAUSAGE cards and to read the rules friends of the Johnsons for When he was hospitalized last N awry c..,_ I
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l0 Gainesville Sun Thursday. October 22, 1964



I Calendar Of Events uioiMii[ E HnO Bridal Courtesies:



TODAY, October 22 Gainesville, Garden Club en, Area 7, 9 a.m., Holy
Golden Age Club, 1:30 p.m., Circles Trinity Episcopal Church., Honor Miss Dressier

Recreation Center. 3 p.m., Azalea, Miss Kath- FRIDAY. October 23 FRIDAY, October 23
Physical Fitness Course, ryn Farra 221J NW Fifth THE Shower and bridge feting A number of pre *. wedding Mrs. Walter Lee, Mrs. J. D.
Lesson Two 7:30: p.m., Recreation Place; Lotus Mrs. Ralph Dinner honoring Dr. and f family L Y YRuth Miss Judith Beasley bride- courtesies have been given this Miller Mrs. Guy Waller, Mrs.

Center. Thomas 1326 NW 11th Road; Mrs. George T. Harrell Jr., elect of Grover Ford, 7:30 week to honor Miss Mary Dressier John McDaniel and Ms. .S..E.

Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. Rose, Mrs. J. T. Creighton, 7:30 p.m., proceeded by p.m., Mrs. William C. EvansJr. whose marriage to Dr. Ritch. Those remaining for
2,1 p.m., Odd Fellows Tem- 900 NW 43rd Street; social hour at 6 p.m., University WeimerWomen'sHartsTo Editor ., 2601 NW Sixteenth Ave- John S. McKenzie III of Fort bridge were Mrs. Anderson,
of Florida College of
ple. 7:45 p.m., Mimosa, Mrs. Medicine Faculty, Gainesville nue.Rehearsal Myers will take place Saturday Mrs. Eugene Craig, Mrs. John
George F. Tubb, 1703 NW 8th dinner honoring at 3 p.m. In the First Methodist Mullen, Mrs. E. Alray Howard,
League of Women Voters, Golf and Country Club. Give Miss Mary Dressier and Church. Mrs. John Morgan, Mrs. Rich-
Avenue
Noon, Holiday Inn. ; Alachua County Heart their son, Dr. John McKenzie ard Robinson Mrs. Barnes,
Gainesville Library Advisory 8 p.m., Carnation, Mrs. Wit Council Luncheon 11:45 a.m., III. 7:30 p.m.. Dr. and Mrs. J. Emory .Cross enter- Mrs. Thomas Hicks Mrs. Jo-
Board, I p.m., Gainesville Ham G. Grizzell, 2209 NE Itth J. Wills Miller Health Center.Dr. Mrs. John S. McKenzie Jr. tained with a dessert bridge seph Rivers and Miss Nancy
Public Library. Terrace; Geranium Mrs. W. James R. Cade guest Four' ReceptionsDr. of Fort Myers, Primrose Inn. party Monday evening at her Wehner.
University of Florida Agricultural J. Hosklns 395t SW 3rd Avenue speaker. Open to the public. Tea honoring Miss Frances home when her daughter In-
Women's Club Coffee Dr. Catherine Pilot Club Founders' Luncheon Given
; Hydrangea Day Jones bride elect 1 aw, Mrs. Charles Emory
10 to 11:30 a.m., Executive I J. Puclc, 110 SW 21st Program, Noon Primrose 1 Donald J.: Hart, dean of ning, will be given at the Hart of Dabney Donald Moore, Giles of Cross, assisted In the hospitali Wednesday, Mrs. David M,
Board of hostesses University Avenue: Jasmine Mrs. A. I. the College of Business AdmIn- home, 2717 SW Third Place. Anderson entertained with a
Inn.United Lynchburg Vs., 3:30: to 5pm.
: Women's Clubhouse Flage Newberry Road. Nations Day Observe istration at the University 0 f I Hours for both days will b e ., Mrs. Winston W. Little, ties.An luncheon at the Gainesville Golf
West Newberry Road. United Church WornIVlcigncris' ance,' First Methodist Church, Florida, and Mrs. Hart, have from S to 7 and from S until 10 2245 NW Fifth Place. arrangement of yellow and Country Club to compliment ,
S p.m.,.William I Jeffries, Issued invitations to four receptions : ,pm. Rehearsal dinner honoring roses, pine cone lilies and pyra- Miss Dressier. !
speaker. honoring new faculty I, Assisting Dr. and Mrs. Hart Miss Lucille Franklin Denton cantha centered the serving usedIn ta- Corsages of white carnations
Gainesville Bridge Club, 9a.m. members of the college. In the reception hospitalitieswill and their Bobby Lucius ble and pink roses were were presented to the honoree

., Holiday Inn. The parties, scheduled: FrI- be heads of the departments Crews following son 5.30 rehearsal the living room.A and her mother, Mrs. C. P.
N Gainesville Woman's Club I day afternoon and evening and of the college and their at First p.m.Baptist silver bread tray was presented the- Dressler by the hostess who also

Bridge Party; 1:30 p.m., Clubhouse Saturday afternoon and eve- wives. Church Mr. and Mrs. Ray to the honoree by gave a gift of silver to the
West Newberry Road. hostess. brideelect.An .
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mond Hotel Thomas. I
Crews Prizes at bridge were won by
Receptions honoring new arrangement of dried au-
faculty members of the UF Friday Dinner To SATURDAY Miscellaneous, October shower 24 hon the bride-elect, Mrs.David W.Robert An- tumn flowers and foliage centered
and Mrs.
Barnes
where
College of Business Administration oring Miss Judith Beasley, the luncheon table

I S to 7 p.m., and I to brideelect of Grover Ford, derson.Guests Invited for dessert In- places were marked for the following
10 Dean and Mrs. Don-
guests:
p.m.
ald J. 'Hart, 2717 SW Third Honor Harrells I toger p.m., ,114 Mrs.NW Harold 17th Avenue.WeddIni Sneer-. cluded Mrs. Henry L. Gray Jr.. Miss Dressier Mrs. Dressler,
Place. Mrs. John R. Bynum mother
of Miss Mary Dressier

never before.. ;such SATURDAY,'October Ie'' daughter of Mr and Sorority Plans of ,the Mrs.hostess Richard; Mrs.Webb John, Mrs.Mullen
University of Florida Collegeof where they spent several days Mrs. C. P.' Dressier and Dr.
Jr., Mrs. R. J.
Henry Gray
sound from* Gainesville Fine Arts Side- Medicine Faculty their while Dean Harrell attended the John McKenzie III, 'son of Tea SundayAlpha
magnificent a Schlffll; Mrs.: J. H. Frailer and
walk Show, t a.m. to ( p.m.,
wives and husbands will honor annual meeting of the Assorts Dr. and Mrs. John S. McKenzie -
Gainesville Shopping Center. Dean and Mrs. George T. Har- tion of American Medical Col Jr., of Fort Myers 3 OmIcron PI Alumnae Mrs. William Avera.
STEREO PORTABLE American Associationof rell Jr. with a formal dinner leges. p.m., Chapel of The First Club will five a tea Sunday at
University Women Friday at 7:30 pm. at the Methodist Church..: Reception the chapter house, 8U Panhel- '
I Luncheon, Noon, Park Lane Gainesville Golf and Country Visiting Wives'Entertained 4 p.m., home of the bride's enlc Drive to compliment Mrs. J. M. FIELDS
vies Spice-Ago 1' Cafeteria. Club. parents, '1920 NW Eleventh J. M. Trolan. The honoree will
Solid State OrcBltry Retired Teachers Association 1 An Informal social hour pre- ville Golf and Country Club. be recognized for her years of JEWELRYSPECIALS

,,.NO TUBESI 1:30 a.m., Myra Ten* ceedlng the dinner Is scheduledat : At LuncheonVisiting Road. work for the collegiate chapter
linger School, Newberry s p.m.Th. Coffee feting Miss i Frances and her Interest in the building

..zrr Road. dinner Is a farewell courtesy I Dabney Jones fiancee of Don- and landscaping: of the patio.
wives here for the
Trinity Methodist' Church, for the Harrells, who will ald Moore Giles of Lynchburg Tea hours are from 3 to 4:30:
Naval Stores Work Conference,
Woman's Society of Christian leave November 1 for Hershey Va., 10 to 11:30: ajn.,
Service Fall Hat and Pa., where Dr. Harrell will assume currently being held on the University Mrs. Denver E. Baughan and p.m.All alumnae and active mem-
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Bake Sale I '.m. to 2 p.m., his duties as dean of the of Florida campus Mrs. Robert C.' West at the bers are invited to attend. Hoe ::-:=t

Church 3536 NW Sth Ave- new College of Medicine a t were entertained at a lunch- West home, 1205 SW. Eleventh, teases will be Mrs. H. H. Mc-
eon given Tuesday at the Ho-
Pennsylvania State University. Avenue. Donald and Mrs. James W. Da-
tel
Thomas.
Y+ nu6.HATCHER'S Arrangement for the dinnerare Luncheon complimentIng Vault,
In charge of the following Hostesses for the affair Miss Frances Dabney .

faculty' members: Dr. Donald were Mrs. John L. Gray wife Jones bride elect of Don- rVOTE
C. Goodman, Dr. Gerold L. of the director of the School ald Moore Giles of Lynchburg

Schlebler and Dr. D. R. Shank- of Forestry Mrs. Thomas G. Va., 1 p.m., Miss Ann
lin. Herndon, Mrs. James W. Miller Arnow, Gainesville Golf and HAYDONIBURNSI
M Sw The Harrells returned yesterday and Mrs. Edward T. Sulli Country Club.Wedding .
by plan from Denver, van. of Miss Lucille 3 Ct. of DIAMONDS 1loNtalr

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\ '\O Gainesville Sun Thursday October 22. 1954 1 I



News of Interest
Special
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Home Agent'sNotebook


I &T: 0 the Colored Community ,M S ? '.'Qrr u''. :J


News items for this pure should be directed to Ben F. Childs Colored News :

'editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send By CLARICE E. ROBINSON + J

f\\:4 'Items directly to the Sun office.; I Agriculture Extension Service r';*':". rIt's I
Pmral wrMgmint* wtwn van.bM, will b* lowt M P.'. t .. ,.

t 1 >vm SWINE SHOWif,1 the show judge, Dr. L. E. Hams, Alachua County 4Herlnul time to talk turkey again.' ed and roasted for dinner any
J ; More than 70 4-H Club and Evans, Department of An from A. L. Mebane School at
.t, GrV plentiful
ew Farmers of America mem- Husbandry, Florida A&M Universify. Alachua. Turkeys and Apples are day.The
., from Alachua and Mar The reserve champion which MU1 as you have probably notic small meaty turkey-roast

) _counties took part In the 14th At the sale following the Judging .. weighed 240 pounds, was sold f ed. According to a recent re- log age may weigh I S to I

:;s';)mwaI District Youth Market and the showmanship and I at auction to Copeland Sausage from the United States Department pounds ready to cook; the
I t. wine Show and Sale at the Judging contests, the g r aD d I Co. for 2S cents a pound. + port the r e toms 9. 15 pounds. The slight
of Agriculture
a iainesvllle Livestock Market champion animal was sold k Average prices received for4I 'U "a .. ly larger breeds the White Holland )
esday.l Sunnyland Packing Co. for I about 70 other,guts and barrows e/1 are more turkeys on the roai. the' Bourbon Red, and the

1 CO pound Duroc gilt entered cents a pound. were: No. 1's, 115.84 perthe .U.; ket this year than last and .t Narragansett, ready to cook

\ by Mickey Wallace, Marten -I The reserve champion of t hundredweight, bought by attractive consumer prices. hens of these breeds weigh
County 4-Her was declaredgrand show was a Hampshire barrow Southland PackJna' Co., Palat- about I to 11 pounds; tome 11
I 4 champion of the show by exhibited by Cartreli W i 1J.I' .. ka; No. Is, 15.10 bought by & Naturally, you will have turkey -to II pounds.
I Southland; 'and No. 3's, 115.20 + on the Thanksgiving table.! I
Ready to cook turkey saves
1 bought by Copeland.In ; bird with an appl
Stuff
j jl your time and energy and Is a good
;M: the 4-H showmanship contest sausage dressing and you have buy.
: Richard Alien West of Me taken advantage of another food
.. bane School placed first. Home DemoMtratlos Club
In abundant supply.
..
:l Warren Long, Lincoln High :.,r. ..r h Recently the Jonesvllle HD
School student, was first in FAMU SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Turkeys come In sizes to fit! Club met and re organizedfor
NFA I the family food needs. T be .
showmanship.The the 1964 IS Club year The
: judging contests were Frank Saylor. chairman of the sophomore class at Florida A& I University, I small family may choose a following<< officers were elected:
: won by the Alachua County 4H seated from left, shares an outline of the class with officers of the group pictured I small turkey or parts cut from President: Mrs. Ruby \

team and the Mebane School .seated kneeling and standing around him. The other FAMU sophomore s bigger bird. For larger families Dubose; Vice Pres: Mrs. Berha -

f I k4 [as [ Ii1as NFA Chapter "A" team. class officers shown here, are front row, sitting: Shirley Pooler, St. Augustine, there is a bigger bird. Plnkney; Secretary: Mr.. I

Members of the winning 4-H queen and Glynett. Bowers, Bascom congresswoman or representative to the Turkey fryers or roasters Essie Singleton; T r e a s u rer:
team were Cartreli Williams, Student Government Association. Kneeling, left to right, are Charles Long marketed when about half Mrs Hannah Davis; and Chaplain
Richard West, Gary McC1aln Philadelphia, Pa.. congressman; Wanda Hayes Lakeland, congresswoman;
I. J to. months are : Mrs. Fannie Hayes.
before. such
never .: and McGhee All team Gloria Dixon Jacksonville grown
,
Rayfield congresswoman; Robert Daniels Tampa congress the choice class. Read; The major plans of the year
members are from Mebane except man. Standing, left to right, are Charles McFarlin, Pensacola, and Aaron among
discussed
fully by
these was mem-
1 1' sound from who la Lincoln Green both to cook, very young
magnificent a McGhee a Gainesville _congressmen.and
student birds ma.* ,* .* little 3 bars and agent Mrs. C I. rice
High to 4 pounds or as much u 7 to toblnson. V I

STEREO PORTABLE The winning of Alfred NFA team Roberts was 1 Is directed by the Florida He was formerly Nig s r Ian bar In Eastern Nigeria, attended I pounds depending on breed- .....A I IJ.
composed
I' Frederick Fisher. Willie Brown .Agricultural Extension Service. Minister of Justice and SolicItor college In Umushls, snd from the Beltsville White to the

md Nathaniel Gainey. NFA advisors Others assisting with the show General of the Federation of went for advanced studies to road Breasted Bronte. The M. FIELDS
TisetSpaco-Ajo I Included English Greene assis the University of London and smaller SONS may be disjointed
Nigeria. He works with
S. J. McCasUn and closely
I ;! gold State Circuitry i.. ;...' ,' A. W. Brown are of Mebane and L. ,,ant Alachua County agent, E. P. U.N. Secretary General U Pembroke College, Cambrld g s.His and fried, or split and broiled JEWELRYSPECIALS
I i Smith assistant Marion County time to
.NO TUBES! appointment as Solicitor by adjusting cooking
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V. Davis and Eddie George of .1 .
Ct agent, and V. L. Elks of Flo. Thant of
Lincoln I General of the Federation of thickness of pieces. Any
t Around High$350 in prize money :ida A&MT of special district agentcharge for In Amachree was born In Cala Nigeria was made In 1137. I these young birds may be stuf .


,\' was various shared events.by winners The show in the is I the Greene Extension expressed Service.programs appreciation Now At Home VOTE

sponsored the State i
Depart.mint
I of Agriculture and the I to an the sponsoring agencies" I
: I the Gainesville Livestock Mar
Ll><4iiu County. _. Commission u HAYDONBURNS
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,,1. make the show I success. I Lt. (j jg.) Robert Schenck and a reception at the Officer's
Y ER'SI ,- Mri. Schenck, whose marriage Club. \
HATCH TEA PLANNED look place September 18 at the I
\ A tea win be held Sun da y Naval Base, Chapel in t h e The cake table, overlaid with

from 41 pjn. at the home of Woods Norfolk, Vs.. have established s lace tablecloth, wu centered: ,

'.".. """ Mrs. tussle Ross. 704 S. W. Ith a home in Virginia'with the wedding cake, topped '
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bride figurines.
"" ." The principal speaker will be The bride, formerly Miss Betty A*.

I < :. Miss Brenda Norman. Miss Sheila Jo White Is the daughter of The newlyweds made I honeymoon ::,e.llrwnla set'few.pwre.rre sew.w .
Mrs. Katie
I Washington will serve a a White Killers and trip to Nassau' and San Want Ads
I. 13990 mistress of ceremonies.All the late William D. White The
only I points In Florida before returning -
Ushers' Board members bridegroom Is the son of Mr.I Get Result $9900t
r Model IP243, m your choice of are asked to attend. and Mrs. Robert Schenck i of j to Virginia Beach. .IMe
: four beautiful colors Frost White Waldo.
I I' Honey Bets Peed Grayer Black
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AH members of the citywide ..
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SUCH AVAST IMPROVEMENT THE RECREATIONOF dt Jb Gospel Chorus are asked to attend bride wore a white satin gown

t' MUSIC..YOU MUST HEAR IT TO BELIEVE IT I a business meeting Satur- with a lace bodice. Her veil of
: day at 7:1: $ p.m. at the Spring illusion fell from
The snOd atale components(guaranteed 5 years)pro. Hill Baptist Church. Levi Grlf- seed pearls and she a crown carried o f 'A
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.IID damaging chassis Jurat-no trouble!X osed, It chorister Jerome Scott, reporter. 'and an orchid.
looks He*beautiful slim fine luggage Opened,It brings '

you a new world of thrilling music Powerful l stereo Sifters Attendants 4 Cycle Automatic Wiisb.r

amplifier four speakers-6Y oval plus 3*In each PLANS PROGRAM Mrs. Jack Webb, sister of the

steno channel And, the fabulous Mlcromatle Player I The Progressive Choir I ride war matron of honor. 414 CYCLES
IstsycjWfwaordslasUIItaBiMlOrfrstsssslisissisi Union will sing at the Hopewell I Brldesmatrons
J were Mrs. WIlliam !
Aatem.tle (
Baptist Church with Rev. W. J. I L. White and Mrs. Ronald Fully Your Choirs Famous =

-tiiisiiisttseMmtrfS) 1 ,f Taylor Sunday at 3 p.m. I r.. WhIte, sisters in law of Lint Fitts Tab OMJIN, HILIROSMWA1THAM

\. JiiJCfOniiio.Uo0d Hf$9t bjnllflst dtoffDlbtostand our N Mto This promises to be a very I UN bride.
Wet., Level Control
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I gr.i.IhIjalaa, $19951M' Is invited. Mrs.. Qulnc I 1 The attendants wore gowns of I Weter Tempontrre A.l OOsilltNl earN L.1.I.rMM... e7.
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b.wH. The Psilbesren' Lodge N o. (j.g.) Mike Conots of Tar
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.. erle..ele arse errr..rerlee0n5 meeting place today st I p.m.. I Jsheri were It j.g.) Phillip RUSTPROOFCAlINET
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Mrs. Ella Drsyton, reporter, of Gary,
.lank Financing. Available'' -Open PrL Til 9i F.M. SEE THEM AT 1 nd. FINANCING ON E SPOT = f
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PATIENT IN MEDICAL CENTER The bride's mother wore I
HATCHER'SJEWELERS *lge knit sheath dress and _
The VARIETY STORE
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: Its St., Is a patient In the University wedding. The brideoom' -
Health Center.HAWTHORNE r mother chose a beige ow TNI IQUARE
122 N.W. 16th AVI. Phone 372-0433 4 I. UNIVERSITY AVI. c ripe suit and red rose corsage. 7 S.E. 1st All. FR .S34R MIN'S WALTHAM

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In memory of Johnnie Bur I following the ceremony, the r:3: =
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22,U 1982. Mrs.'Jospehlaa Bar. r
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SPEAKS HERE I
Godfrey Amachree dlitlnnoshed -' 1ib3kqf

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today speaks at the I
University of Florbto Auditor

lull, at II: p.m. fjsdef. the
sponsorship the Florid

Union Forums Committee.

The If ct If'. emitted The,
New Africa-, Is free and tbpsbllc >e:
is tovtted.Amachrea CLOCK
: is the UnderSecretary -, TlAVt

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Cetf Primo Wins GREY LADIES, MEN
little FolKS' by !( 1T1riVrlf 1/1' ,.: I
Let ,Us Know +, SOUGHT 'FOR SUNLANDThe

N[ LOo c .IKL t x wAe twR AnNwOe pa.. Grid Score
AeTRAN.IR-.. WNRe H'LO .ORN, .j IAOMYI Nerwva/l'At Are you for Goldwaler er for Johnioa? W yTWe'd American Red Cross is are arranged to suit the vol.
2 TNINK VL{ .i ii II UD AN' ,, forming a new volunteerunit unteer.
.i A.K 'IM 1 AROM WTTRD Ilka to know aid we think our readers world, tee, "
} $100 Check Send is a letter (eDIt ever IN words ta length) explain. of Grey Indies and Grey Applications for the volunteer -
Men to work at the Sunland work will be taken at
tag your choice n the presidential race.We'd print I sekeUon -
j. The Sun' Gridiron GreenBacks at reader's replies. Training Center at G al nesvllle the American Red Cross office
't sae Mrlwltn.c1 at 19 SW 2nd St, on Oct.
lootball'contest went
\, Write tag Volunteers are needed to 28 27 from 9:30 a.m. until1pm
right down to the tie breaker
Editor and Oct. 28 from
assist with work In many on
last week.
\ Tie CaliMtvffls Sea areas. ( a.m. until 10 a.m.
Fred A. Prlmo, HOC NE Drawer Schedules and the number Those Interested should call
tilt Ave., was judged the winner Gainesville, He.Jenkins9 of hours of work per w e e k Mrs. R. C.Allen, Grey Lady
MISH LI HSWIFT' of the contest and will receive Chairman Phone mill!;
y PRIMIUM SWIFT'S MIMIUM, a check for $100 for his Sunland Training Center,
'CHUCKSTEAK GROUNDBEEF.. CHUCK demonstration of akin In selecting King, Queen phone 378 5381. extension 383.

Family BuoyedBy ,
the game ,winners.

ROAST He won It by being 'only I Spicy ChoiceCHICAGO VOTE

u I 49* 3 Ibs. 9 00 LL: 39 he points Florida-South off the actual Carolina score of Pourings of Sympathy Packers International(AP) has Pickle HAYDONBURNS

selected
tame, whl-h Florida won .17 WASHINGTON (AP) times by telephone to Mrs its 1M4 king and
oO. *<*m consumer- Donald L. Mustardand
: LEAN BRISKLY *-Xer Jenkins and his. family has talked to her
close friend,
'. 117n PrImo and seven other pi, Mrs. Carl G. Burger.
have been heartened an out- Beth Jenkins, 18,
STEW 01" by by phone too.
skin progiwitlcatora missed ony 4. Mustard, an Elgin, 111, Insurance
of of
out of IS. Two expressions sympathy Mrs. Jenkins was quoted by broker, and Mrs. ,
one gam Burger a
FRESH PORK ,"... II and offers of help in the I columnist Betty Scale of ,the
991/ tames' were ties and were Deerfleld, 111, housewife, were ALL-FLORIDA
5 HALF ., WHOL| days since his arrest on a morals
L free" to an entrants. Washington Evening Star as given their weight in pickles GOVERNOR ,
charge.
PORK LOIN Ib, 55 40Y I laying! of the sympathetic reaction Wednesday at the 72nd annual Nolit..
Mrs. Dan Allen, of Newber- One bouquet of flowers sent to I : ,"We did not know how pickle meeting.
,. INO CUT PORK FRESH ry, was closest to Prlmo Her his hospital room bore the card wealthy we were. It has restored
'CHOPSPORK HAM. lb. 55> tiebreaker was Just 11 points of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover I my faith In human nature.
'\ off the actual score of the Flor- whose organization has been ]It took three friends to answer y....., CAw h tf HM .... ises
f FRESH PORKPicnics. caned In by President Johnson "
da-South Carolina game. I the telephones first day. IREVIVALAOCTOBER
39 Ib. 29 to Investigate the case. Columnist Betty Belle of the
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Both Prlmo and Mrs. Allen One of the first 1 18-25 7i30 p....
public expressions Washington Evening Star said
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FRESH Michigan State 11:30
nlssed the of Ala Sunday
!a sympathy and compassion ]Mrs. Jenkins reported her hue-
HIMHIY'JSUGAR Back Bone lb. 59' Indiana game, which the Hooslers came In a statement from I band had suffered a completepsyslcal REV. JOHN E.NEIHOF.

won In an upset Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson who I breakdown when, the ,. ........ RW.I.. 1M ...
FRESH PORK Judges again urged contest I Mid her heart ached for Jenkins I Iowa broke In Washington last d1.w N.k,,1.0 ..Ie1. M C."I.

5 ">*. 39 PORK SIDE, lb. 45 ants to submit entries on postal I ind his family who were reek. -Hi ......* IMiliir M..ails *ra**. It
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Friends Ml IIM IMT
I of the Johnsons last KMtKky
FRESH PORKSAUSAGE cards and to read the rules, for When he was hospitalized Atkwy CMfOR .
llmlli 0...wild $1 00 1 many years I!rriday, Jenkins' doctor said he
)Qtia r'''.'. carefully. 1I Since then, It was learned was suffering from "extreme MOM INFORMATION CALL
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OUR VALUI101 CANS OUR VAlUl ...... *% CM

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$1 5 'u.'GI 99t/ DEN HAM SPRINGS, U
39t8* CANS
CANS' teacher killed
(AP) -A college
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sHORTiNiNa AM to'irrSWIFT'NING four children and then committed
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TISSUE suicide late Wednesday
night, police reported.

7,303'CANS' 3 ". CAN 59* 3 lOLLS. 19t/ Officers, arriving soon afterward o
.. rushed the children to a
hospital In Baton Rouge. An 3.
"AW. .$.. LONG GRAIN PRISM ANDI' II....LOA' year-old boy died en route. The
\ 'PUNCHS RICE BREAD others were In critical condition


_3 CANS,. $L 3 Les: 39* 2' LQAYES 29*' a The faculty dead Louisiana member Harvey College Smith at Southeastern 38 in, ?: Only Once a Year

GRAIN Hammond and a former minister t
CABBAGE NOIODY UNOIRSILIS Ai\.AT-A-UMA ; hii wife, Sarah, 30, and
OUt ADVERTISED PRICES AM >IWAY IN WMCTt
,' PROM ONE THUUOAT to THE NUT their son Kenneth. 11 'SAVINGS LIKE THESE
2 Ibs. 15
t In critical condition were

s J Kathy, 12, Janice, 10, and "it ,
U GI HEAD Glenn, I.Physicians said the Everything Discounted '
LETTUCEhead two girls were shot in the head lJ NO

1'9' I with a ,22 caliber pistol, then "r4 ExceffiOurt Quality CARROIN CHARGES
i slugged with a hammer. Glenn OUR
was beaten with the hammer; Service -* H> HT SI4*!"! ) 0
FANCY TOKAY WKich
GRAPES Odom Graves, chief deputy, -- 'j'and 90-Day Credit I
said no one had any Ideas what

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l[Fashions Shown In Moscow I Children's Art Clares Open II s

I Registration in the Children'I on regiat/rinft*t the Recreation I II
9 Fine Arts Program sponsored I Center. 'for.e* Js KRurwoge i 90th
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by the Gainesville Retreat Ion I
Department and the Gainesville: Sale I
Fine Arts Association, is still Ladle* 4uUlr to Veterans!
; of Forelfrt yrira, Post 2811 has
l l I
f i' open. A series of eight lessons slated t r!imasgs/ sale Saturday .I
will begin this Saturday from ftX > '.m. to noon at''
.... to 11 a.m. the StrlcW s rt Motor Lot, SW
First AyAand SW Second
r I Students In the second through Street. W**. C. I* Ball is sale;
*j 1, :sixth grade may participate... up-chatrmtip;... I IA WORLD'S FAIR OF VALUES I
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''b. '
.. ROUND STEAK 75Half I it
: OVER 125
**N t

of Good Beef 50< 1 MEN'S FALL &

M Cut end WrappedThe
Way You Wont It................ L*. YEAR 'ROUND

BARTON'S New Store WEIGHT

j 2'/ Milts South of Nawborry OA stet Hwy. 41 .
OPEN 6 A.M.to 9 KM." bAlLY -I; FAMOUS MAKE*

f'I and ALL DAY SUNAAY SUITSOF



WOOL OR j


t -- J-ii PLAIN WOOL FRONT WORSTED OR PLEATED ,

TROUSERS. 36 TO 46

REGULARS LONGS & SHORTS

REG. 55.00 !

I,
These art some of the Soviet styles displayed recently at Dom Modele. Moat -
ow' only fashion house. From left outfit for teen-agers consisting of blu.aeket SALE 39.90NORMAL
of wool with metal buttons and striped pleated skirt, of red and blue
t n black background, and a blue beret dark grey suit and turquoise blouse with (
owen at neck topped off with black hat, and purple suit in woolen synthetic ALTERATIONS FREE
Bilk with rose and purple blouse In crene. (AP Wirephoto). :# ,
+ ry YOURS EXCLUSIVELY AT WILSON'S

II Delta Zeta Observe Founders' Day I KKKK

Inesvllle Delta Zeta AI philanthropies, was given b y sponsors a graduate scholar "CRAIG NOBLE"
e Association celebrated I Mrs. Howard Weems. ship In audi'logy which is offer MODEM DIAMOND DESIGNGlKhdngdlamondaoutatreenhanced, $
unden' Day with a candle-! The sorority was founded In ed to women who are preparingto by slack m.tclled'Meldln, band in 15000 WHITE DRESS ,SHIRTS
t observance Tuesday eve- 1902 at Miami University Oxford teach the deaf, for clinical 14K Constellation' set I
Mrs. Albert Conekin wa Ohio. The major national work with the hard of hearing, .............. ...... IN MsM7 Mee LONG SLEEVED SEMI.SPREAD. BUTTON.DOWN Go TAB
teaa at her apartment 1 sphilanthropy Is a program of ut for teaching audiology o r COLLAR STYLES.OXFORD OR BROADCLOTH.SIZES 14.17REG.
assistance to the deaf and hardof closely allied subjects
e Hall. 3.00
ti ,
hearing through work with Local ilanthroples Includea
!4 penturw In Friendship" 12 I: UNIVERSITY ArIIdU.
the Amerli'an Hearing Society.The Sunland Project and a Bell
\ ntatnn of Delta Zeta oath association also,Nursery project] LAYAWAY NOW FOR. CH. '"
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MEN'S LONG SLEEVED f
A WORLD'SES I
4flJ90th COTTON OR BLEND
1/ F ''R
ANNIVERSARY SALE VAL SPORT SHIRTS i

.. .' S.M-L: XL." RIG.OR BUTTON DOWN ',

PLAIDS SOLIDS.JTHIPIS.ETC.
INFANTS '
'GIRL'S 3-6x & 7f4 RIG. 5.007.95SALE

CORDUROY 1 FLANNEL PAJAMAS 2.993.99ZIPOUT
i. I -
SLACKS (SOME WITH MATCHING R.6BES) LINED '
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e ASSORTED DAINTY PWKt|
OR t POPLIN TOPCOATS /

: REG. 2.99-3.99 SALE 1.99 RIG. 15.99, a
OVERALLS

SALE 13.99

BRIGHT FALL COLORS. SIZES M ,
GIRL'S :4.610: ;
SALE 1.59 ACRYLIC PILE LINING .
REG.I.99 NYLON :
TIGHTS .
; FOR WARMTH WITHOUT ,
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,. Jt t. 1; 3b(,,I U %VANTED COLORS
':- ':I ';'J.p '." WEIGHT. MILDEW-PROOF
SALE1.00
TODDLER'S REG .59., FABRIC. NATURAL OR BLACK.

ORLON CARDIGAN tM". "" "' 4\. .' j .. ," III SIZES 34 TO 46. "'

4i1f"e ..';M" )' ,,,j."w ,. "f!s
SWEATERS GIRL'S 3.6x" 714BLOUSES: OUR OWN "CRAIG NOILE" UNDERWEAR
COMBED COTTON TSHIRTSREG. ,
SIZES 2 TO 4. ALL WANTED COLORS g f (NIT+01.COTTO" 79c ....... ... .... ....,.. . SALE 6Jc, 3/1.19
Y'
REG. 2.99 T'} ATHLETIC SHIRTS, S-M-L & XL,
REG. 59c ...,....... ..... ... .. . .. SALE 47. ..
ANNIVERSARY SALE, 2.29 ITO COORDINATE; WITH SLACKS KNIT COTTON IRIEFS,Rig. 79c
yh 1I'f' "NOILE IRANDS"WEEK dIe, 3/1.89
Infants, StNet. .f//' SPECIAL 1.69GIRL'S IOXIR fr GRIPPER SHORTS
; REG.79c ....... .... ... ...,. SALE 63 c, 31.19M.N's
'I,' 3-6x AND 714CORDUROY Rreot FloorEXCLUSIVELY
S
LITTLE BOYS 2-8
SLACKS

TEE SHIRTSSPECIAL I SOLID COLORS OR GAY PATTERNS YOURS AT

3-6x. SPECIAL 1.59 WILSON'S IN GAINESVILLE
2/94clf ) .
FAMOUS MAKES BOYS 8-18

KNIT BRIEFS' 7-14 '. SPECIAL 1.99 LONG SLEEVED

SPORT SHIRTS
'SPECIAL 39c, 3/1.15 FAMOUS MAKE & OTHER SIZE 8-H,
REGULAR OR BUTTON-DOWN STYLES
TEENS FLANNEL PAJAMAS -
BOYS' 3-7 CREW NECK PLAIDS: STRIPES, CHECKS,
STRinS. ALLOYE'ATTERNS & SKI DESIGNS r
LONG SLEEVED .12, REG. 2983.50 .
SALE 2.99 ,J
ORIG. 3.99"'.00, w
POLO SHIRTSAA s SALE 1.99

WIDe Arson MENT Of coLORs
AND PATTERNS TO CHOOS YOUNG JUNIOR'SHEAVY JOMV wi CAWT MM. 14-11, REG. 3503.98,
TION THE MAKES Silt
SPECIAL 1.00 BULKY vou-lt NOW THIS TO*
SALE
SPORTSWEAR BRAND ON 2.59
ORLON CARDIGANS .SIGHT
BLACK WHITE GREY BEIGE

BOYS'r, ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 5.99 FAMOUS MAKE BOYS' 6 TO 18

SIZE 4-7 ,, YOUNG JUNIOR'S'8.1410OUNCE :' SLACKS

DENIM CORDUROY SLACKS
JEANSSPECIAL j4 ;i. or WOOL SLACKSSOLID 6-12 YRS. REa. s.9$ SALE 3.99,

COLORS Oft Flips PREP SIZES. <(
1.77 ZL r .' REG. 5.", SALE '4.99 RIG. .9i.: ,.r; .. .41. ... .. 3.99

LIllIe $ "f r. I .: ., _...... ....,. c- ;
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thursdey, October 22. 1954 Gainesville. Sun 9

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;;; : Primo Wins II GREY LADIES, ,MEN
little FolKS by /11/;;' ll'
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Let Us Know
v SOUGHT FOR SUNLAND
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Nt Locus LINT .we fb.K T Kv RgMN0f M... Grid Score vol-
suit the
w o The American Red Cross is are arranged to
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A fTRANaRw eORN, ? Mori wtNT N.OMIM AT Are yet for Coldwater er (or JohnsoaT Why
S THINK I'LL Awilt Y .R.D AMA ... forming a new volunteer unteer.Applications.
o1J We'd like la know, sad we think ear readers weald (
ASK IM t 1 IROM! $UTT'R'D i, WEATA P. Check unit of Grey Ladles and Grey for thevolunteer
' $100 .
A eNT Send as a letter art ever m words la tenfUi) esplala work will be taken at
NLR.I M .N 'wOut. Men to work at the Sunland
tof your choice .Is the atesldestial race.We'U print a seine.lion
.. Center Gaines the American Red Cross office
VL&Ter Training at
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Sun's Grktlnra Greenbacks tt reader's .
. TIM repdes.Write
A wale Mt lM N ville. at 11 SW 2nd St, on Oct.
lrat.ARM1ICM. 100tbaU'eonteat wen tai Volunteers are ,needed to 28 27 from 9:30 am. until
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right down to the tie breaker 1 and on Oct. 28 from
Editor assist with work: in many p.m.
lift week. I The Gainesville. Stta areas. ( am. until 10 a.m. '

Fred A. Prime 11M NE, Drawer AGalnciyflle Schedules and the numberof Those interested should call
Mrs. R. C.Allen, Grey Lady
',t, 21it Ave., wn Judged the winner ria.Jenkins' hours of work per week Chairman, Phone 3724)180) ;
f!;' MISH HAM o( the content and will receive
SWIFT'S PUMIUM swim PRIMIUM Sunland Training Center,
check: for $100 for ht.
a
CHUCKSTEAK GROUNDBEEF. CHUCKROAST demonstration of akin In se- I King, Queen phone! 378 5381. extension 383.
Family BuoyedBy ,
letting the game winners.He .
: Spicy ChoiceCHICAGO VOTE
won It by being (only I

$0O point off the actual score of Pourings of Sympathy.. (AP) Pickle HAYDONBURNS
49 ", Carolina "
41 u 3 Ibs. LI 39 the Florida-South I II' "" Packers International has selected
game, whl-'h Florida won .17 WASHINGTON (AP) times by telephone 'to Mrs. Its 1M4 king and queen
r to e. '<""w presidential assistant Jenkins: and her daughter Lucl. consumer- Donald L. Mustard
HAN' l. M Prlmo and lIVen other pig -Her Jenkins and his family has talked to her dost friend, and Mrs. Carl G. Burger.
STEW have been heartened by an out. Beth Jenkins, 18, by phone too.
rJC ikln prognmtlcators mined only .. ,, Mustard, an Elgin, Ill., insurance
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out of IS. Two ': of expressions of sympathy Mrs. Jenkins was quoted by broker and Mrs. Burger,a
FRESH PORK '.'.-,. II pma'one game were ties and were and offers of help In the columnist Betty Beale of the Deerfleld, HI, housewife were ALL-FLORIDA
5 -: 99' HALF er WHOll "free" to an entrant days since his arrest on a morIs Washington Evening Star assaying given their weight In pickles GOVERNOR.
PORK LOIN lb. 55 # charge. of the sympathetic reaction Wednesday at the 72nd annual ,.. AM.
Mrs. Dan Allen, of Newber- One bouquet of flowers sent to : "We did not know how,pickle meeting.
BMP CUT PORK FRESH ry was closest to Prlmo. Her :his hospital room bore the card!wealthy we were. It baa res-

I CHOPSPORK HAM.. lb. 55* tie-breaker was Just 11 points 'of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoov-I wed my faith In human nature.It Nu.esse0REVIVALAyOCTOIER
off the actual score of the FloridaSouth I er, whose organization has been took three friends to answer Trinity Onnli f Hw *
I
1 FRESH PORKPicnics Carolina game, tailed In by President Johnson the telephones the first day.1"

39 lb. 29* Both Primo and Mrs. Allen I 10 Investigate the case. Columnist :Betty Beala of the 18-25 ,:JO p...
One of the first Star said
public Washington Evening
expreaMons i Ala 11:10 .....
FRESH missed the Michigan State Sunday
I sympathy and cosnp.a.lion Mn. Jenkins reported her husband .
HIRSHIT'S Back Bone lb. 59' Indiana game, which: the Hon I came in a statement from had suffered a complete REV. JOHN E.NEIHOF;
l\ SUGAR glens won in an upset I Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson whoIIld physical breakdown when the a. wMiMli..'mHf mUM. u* tMMrM .
... .
FRESH PORK her last' kw 4MXU14 W I* Chrb'IMi
contestants I heart ached for Jenkins news broke In Washington
Ibs. PORK SIDE lb. 45 Judges again urged .nd his family who were week. wvk&tit '"' .....'..., 1M Sell RuIiIP. lit
5 39 ; to submit entries on postal : KMtockr M*, .'.... IM. **. Ml AS ..P'*.
FRESH FORK cards and to read the rules ends of the Johnson lorMII1 When he was hospitalized last Awry CNN..
UmttiOM with$100 I years. Friday, Jenkins' doctor said he
}OrJ.f w Mor SAUSAGEPOCKPAIl carefully. Since then, It was learned was suffering from "extreme FOR. 172-S12 MOM INfORMATIOM- S7I.IOITRADEEXPANSION CALL
\\fn. Johnson has talked several atigua.! "
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OUR VALUE 101 CANS OUR VALUI LOT..21 ee.I .

I MAY'NNAISE PUT! TOMATOES PK. & BEANS Own Family

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$' 5 LARGE 99" DEN HAM SPRINGS, La
CANS
I QT: JAR 39t/ CANS (AP) A college teacher killed
his wife, shot and clubbed his
SHORTININO A-1TOILIT four children and then committed
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SWIFT'NING, TISSUE suicide late Wednesday Y
night, police reported.

I 7.303' 'CANS.$' 3 .i. CAN 59;: 3 lOLLS 1.9" Officers, nuhed! arriving the children soon afterward to a a

hospital In Baton Rouge An I
HAWAIIAN, ..... CAM 1.1. LONG 9RAIN FMH SAND U-... LOAF'PUNCH' year-old) boy died en route. The
\ 'RICE BREAD others w'l'Iln critical condition. fffg gg ggfgggfgjl nf ggl gggggf

3 $T '3-39' 2' 29 I' The dead: Harvey Smith, 38, \ X

CANS :. LOAVES a eastern faculty Louisiana member College at South b X Only Once a Year

6RUN" Hammond and a former minister
CABBAGE NOtOOT UNDIRSIUS MIAT-A-RAMA hii wife, Sarah, 30 and
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OUR ADVIRTISID MICH ARI ALWAYS IN IKICTM
PROM ONE THURSDAY TO THE NEXT their son Kenneth.In 'fir i SAVINGS LIKE THESE
l Ibs. 15*
f .2 critical condition were ,
Kathy 12, Janice, 10. and IiL; ; .
LAf "IA.D Glenn I.Physicians said the u Everything Discounted NO
LETTUCEhead two girls were shot In the head ,. '

I; 1'9' I with slugged a ,22 with caliber a hammer.pistol,Glenn then /1' Excejjfi'Ourt; "Quality- CARROIN OUR CHARGES

"/ was beaten with the hammer: ':' '" ST ISlJll '
TOKAY and Service
fANCY l WKich" *
90-Day Credit
GRAPES Orlom Graves, chief deputy, ,
said no one had any Ideas what

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Ny e f '--I, Prays the mark of skilled workmanship, the look of opulence that appeals .

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rashions Shown In Moscow Children's Art' Classes Open II x I
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Registration In the ChIldren' on registering at the Recreation 4r'x J
Fine Arts Program, sponsoredby l i Center. The fee is KRummage I II
the Gainesville Recreation
Sale !
Department and the GainesvilleFine I
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Arts Association, is still Ladies Auxiliary to Vetera
i of Foreign Wars, Post 3(11 has
open. A series of eight lessons I
sale Saturday -
slated a rummage
r sw i will begin this Saturday from 9 from 7 a.m, to noon at'
to 11 am.Students. the Strickland Motor Lot, SW
First Avenue and SW Second
In the second through Street. Mrs. C. L. Bail is sale I
iw.I I ( u sixth grade may participate up-chairman. I IA WORLD'S FAIR OF VALUES I _


I9 I- i ROUND STEAK ">. 75'Half \ OVER 125

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I These are some of the Soviet style displayed recently at Dom Modele Mos-
t ow' only fashion home. From lefts outfit for teen-agers consisting l of blue SALE 39.90NORMAL
[Jacket of wool with metal buttons and striped pleated skirt of red and blue
Ion black background and a blue beret; dark grey suit and turquoise blouse with
I flowers at neck topped off with black hat, and purple suit In woolen synthetic ALTERATIONS FREE
[silk with rose and purple Mouse In crene. (AP WIrephoto). ,
,' YOURS EXCLUSIVELY AT WILSON'S
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Delta Zeta Observe Founders' Day NK I

Gainesville Delta Zeta Alum- philanthropies, was given b y a graduate scholarship :- "CRAIG NOBLE"WHITE
lae Association celebrated Mrs. Howard Weems. In sudlnlogy which Is offered I MODEM DIAMOND DESIGN *<4 r A
founder*' Day with a candle The sorority was founded in to women who are preparingto Qlltterfm by HMk diamond m.tched'weddln.solitaire.enhanced band In7 I I all r\W I =J DRESS SHIRTS
ht; observance Tuesday eve 1902 at Miami University, Oxford teach: the deaf, for clinical: 14K gold"Conltellatlon"set I I
nt. Mrs. Albert Conekin was Ohio. The major national work with the hard of hearing, I.*............ II.Me ...... HI Massy .... LONG SLEEVED SEMI.SPREADt IUTTON.DOWN fs 14.17 TAB
I teas at her apartment I ne philanthropy is a program of or for teaching audiology o r COLLAR STYLES.OXFORD OR BROADCLOTH.SIZES
assistance to the deaf and hardof closely lilted subjects.
i Hall.'Adventures .
hearing through work with Local philanthropies includea RIO.
In Friendship" the Amerk'en Hearing Society. Sunland Project and a Bell 12 I. UNIVERSITY AVINUI 3.00SALE 2.39
presentation of Delta Zeta The rate nal association also Nursery project. LAYAWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS


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CORDUROY i .; FLANNEL PAJAMAS 2.99-3.99- y

SLACKS I w a (SOME WITH MATCHING ROBES) ZIP-OUT LINED I

ASSORTED DAINTY PRINTS
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REG. 2.99.J.99 SALE 1.99 RIO. 15,99,
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GIRL'S 4.6 j 7-10 j5
SALE 159. -- ACRYLIC PILE LINING
REG. 1.99 ', : NYLON 11GHTS
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TODDLER'S RIG. I.S?.,: ",SALE 1.00 FABRIC. NATURAL OR BLACK.

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SIZES 2 TO 4. ALL WANTED COLORS I' .P4ITOR COTTON-1 l REG. 79e ... ......- ".'.. SALE .6Jc, 1/1.19
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RIG. 2.99ANNIVERSARY .,. BLOUSES'. ATHLETIC SHIRTS, S-M-L & XL,
j;; REG. 59c .......... .*.,...., .. . . SALE 41. .
SALE 2.29 (ITO COORDINATE WITH SLACKSInfants KNIT COTTON Mil",R.g. 79c
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7-14 '. SPECIAL 1.99 LONG SLEEVED
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SPECIAL 39c, 3/1.15 FAMOUS MAKE & OTHER SIZE 8-14
REGULAR OR BUTTON-DOWN STYLES ,'
TEENS FLANNEL PAJAMAS
BOYS' 3-7 CREW NECK PLAIDS, STRIPES, CHECKS
STRIPES ALLOVUmANS & SKI DESIGNS I
LONG SLEEVED 1-12, REG. 2.98-3.50 .
ORIG. J.99-.oo, SALE 2.99 :,<. '
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In ,Jax; Award 'Is WonThree Floridians Hero'Medals PITTSBURGH have been(AP) cited- Three for ;W 'ich Way?

I University of Florida Anxiety." Other Gainesville I i seta of heroism b saving six
Arlr Professors and two gradu- artists represented in the Festival lives.
( 'X11 ate students were featured In were Stuart Purser, Robert Bronze medals and '|7SO' ( -
the Southeastern Exhibition of Skelley, Steve LoU, Harry :awards each were awarded )
r, 9a3 Prints and Drawings held In Bliss, and J. G. Naylor. the Carnegie Hero Fund b7'1
Jacksonville recently. I mission to Miami fireman take 'The Conservative
Kerslake, is currently showing :iel C. Aquflino Jr., J7, and -
:University of Florida Prof a'one-man exhibition of.year-old Dsrrius W,Bumpus an Course!
nor Kenneth Kerslake was paintings and graphlcJ at the :aircraft mechanic from OpaLocka. -
awarded a $100 prize for his Chapman Kelley Galleries in .
print, entitled "The Shape of Dallas which will run through They were credited with saving FOLLOW: A MAN WHO IS
Oct.'31.. the lives of five persons A LEADER, AND WHO IS
I I from drowning when a car LEADING !
Job HazardNEW University of Florida's 'Roy WELL
plunged Into the Tamlami Canal
Craven'recently'completed a June JO, 1963.The' '
HARTFORD, Con sculptural mural for the 'Col '
third Floridian was 1Cyearojd VOTE DEMOCRATICElect ()
In rural .
(AP) Firemen
Arts
lege of Music and Fine ) Marshall R. Glass of ,
areas have their special prob- '. ;
Jacksonville' Uni-
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Building Tampa who was awarded a sflrar -
ems. For instance, fireman varsity,' which' was, featured medal and 1500 award for President Johnson
Robert Delaney was drawing In exhibit by the than mile In
an sponsored I nrimmbig more a
water from a pond during a re- D* *c, tl.H4i 120 SI lit A*. Ft M5tl
Jacksonville branch: of the and cold water of'Hills- H
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MI 'tnitltute of MChFbets. : I borough Bay to save a 10-year
what he thought was a rocket to .* t o UlrL
a better footing/, .
The rock turned out to be a
oose. As Fire Chief Arthur
21 Years' Service Desjardln described: it:' T h e "

.. 1 went one way and Bob ; ; : :: '
MM. Mabel Bryant, 'who' has worked with the City'Recreation Department went the other- right.Into the : ,
for 21 years, wan cited for her service last week by City Manager Bill Green. : ond." r r
The city manager hosted an informal party honoring Mrs. Bryant after her, > .. '
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recent retirement. (City photo) i ', S

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blood pressure will bet'this first 01 a series of monthly .. meet its officers for 19M 65. rot HOME ALL nfcnticAL NIIM { .
discussed by Dr. James Robert programs, Mrs. Lamar Crevasse They are Wl11Iam'G.. Cross, Rnidwitlol. Commercial
I Cade assistant professor of program chairman, hai.a I president; Alvlo V.:Alsobrook. Induilrlcl ,, '
medicine, at the luncheon 'of announced.{ vice president in charge of fundraising CALL : :
the Alachua County HeartJ' Dr, Cade Is in the Division ol t r ; Dr.. James MeClam- C. P. Dressier ,o ., i ia ;
Council at 11:45: a.m. Friday at Diseases' roch, vice president for,education :./ .
Renal at the University Electrical Contractor
the J. Hlllis Miller Medical Cen ; Mrs., G.W., Lanjdon, .
of Florida Medical Center., Phone PR 44193ff1
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DecisionWas *


TimeFor : Made Williston, Lake Butler


Last April

'GoodGuys9
MILWAUKEE (AP) Th

Sentinel says that despite their Pt

persistent denials the top officials In Suwannee SpotlightBY
of the Milwaukee Braves

WinThe decided last April to move the ,

National League baseball franchise ... -

to Atlanta. LARRY WOODS ry Clyatt Rusty Wade; tackles Betting the Indians back for the Crystal River eleven put the

Monday after the Florida-Mississippi game the phone Baseball writer Lou SUB Sports Writer Henry Whitehead John Stephens -I second straight week. Colts with or without their fine
rang early In the a.m. A woman had a complaint She didn't Chapman I Williston second placer team:I ; guards Glen Brannan, Newberry still looking for the halfback Robert Stone ahou d
like the prediction on the Gators-Rebels encounter. I picked quoted an unidentified member r. $ Iin the Suwannee Conference! Kenny Williams; center Don right combination to put the take this one.
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Ole Miss. And the didn't like the phraseology of a lineI of the Braves board of directors southern division facet north I Bennett and a backfield made II Panthers In the winning column, In Riverland Conference play
( thought it was pretty good) that the Gators would be n saying that the club's brass rower Lake Butler Friday nigh)I t up of quarterback J. Thomas and will have to be at their i Melrose looks toward another
moved Into the "great" class if they beat Ole Miss. decided on the move when a in one of the area's top battles,, halfbacks T. 'T 110 m. .. Bobthe .best against favored Mayo. possible upset as It (ravels to
Today there can be no misunderstanding. It's front and concerted drive netted the sale Lake Butler going Into I Lyons or Ray Dukes and 1111 IK lI The Panthers will start ends Branson. Hawthorne, 'tied for
center for a bold prediction of a Florida victory over Alabama Williston environs with a clean I back Harold Griner. Bo Bass and Terrell Bass loop honors with Cedar Key and
Saturday. of 4,477 season tickets last winter slate heads the northern division Cross City's rambling full lI l- guards Jimmy Wynne and I Branson should have afield

After all, what else Is there to do? of the conference and I back. Randy Corbla will likely James Trulock tackles Wayne day over winless Taylor High of

The situation Saturday \Is different It bolls down to the "They didn't think this from all indications\ plans to I be the man Trenton must stop Thorpe and Buddy Broxton, Pierson.
"good gays" vs. "act M good guys" I would Imitate was a keep its S 0 record spotless I they intend to surprise the center Don Trulock, quarterback This game will be played at
significant enough upswing, and highly regarded Bears. Larry Dalton halfbacks Hawthorne because Taylor'sfield
to taD them "bad gays" Somebody else tried that aid Other conference battles find t
the courts thought otherwise. made up their minds to move Tkwr.. Oda 12, lee e. favored Cross City leader of, Chiefland looks to be on the Jerry Holder and Tommy Farnsworth -, still does not have lights

Actually why shouldn't the Caters win? Who needs it elsewhere," the director said the southern division travelling. rebound and halfback Ted Key, and fullback HArry Hold- It originally was slated at
one of the fastest boys In the Pearson but was moved backto
more? noting that 750 fewer season to Trenton; Chlefland 1 1 in, er.North
Look at 'Bama's history. Six tripe to the Rose Bowl four tickets were sold in 1963. Retain Lead league play thus far visiting conference will have to be contained Marlon could run Into Hawthorne Hornet coach I
if Branford has Ideas of trouble
against Bill said
big Collins
a tough today.
to the Sugar two to the Cotton three to the Orange one Branford and Newberry, 0.3. to. ,
to the Liberty and another to the Bluebonnet. The Braves, including board KANSAS CITY (APTexas) date, Journeying to M. Y o.

Not to mention On INI national championship plus No. ,chairman Bill Bartholomay and I & I and Findlay (Ohio) kept North Marion 4 1 overall, ;
1 rating la mi and im when several rating beards listed President John McHale flatly their hold on the first two post-\ has a non conference' bout: Furman Coach Selected
the Tide as best m the Ballot. Threw in SEC crows mUOMfliUUL denied persistent reports the lions in the weekly poll released with Crystal River 1

Brave planned to move until Wednesday by the National Association Brother, Cambinatton

....-.... midway, through the 1964 season of Intercollegiate Ath The Tiger. Red Devil game New Gator Track Mentor
letics. .t Wlllr.tnn will pit a jwmnlda A? ;
brothj.-mbi ;. ;iii'.w
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one another that should be
i Jimmy Carnes. currently Carnes, who will be a full alatant to the director of athle
Atlanta PreparesFor delight for the fans Jim 10 ;y, track coach at Furman University time track coach will Join the lice Graves Indicated Moor
I and Tommy Thomas h a v i,
has been appointed h a ad Gator athletic staff In Decem I
sparked practically every Laki would be assigned additional
: track coach at the University of ber.
Butler win this season and seem administrative duties
certain to gain berths on a pos't Florida Athletic Director Ray "1 believe Camel will I do
'Big League'ATLANTA season conference team. Graves announced today. much to further the development I Replacing Moore on the basketball
But Wllllston'a Mitchell boys Carnes, N, graduated from I of a well rounded spring staff will be Jim Me-

What new honors possibly can accrue to the Tide by de- (AP) Atlanta, Mayor Allen had promised I brothers Doug and Bruce wile i coached Mercer University In 111II football and sport program." Graves added. Cachren, who will assume the
feating the Galore Saturday? As compared with the uplift not take a back seat to tINt track basketball I position of assistant varsity
considered one of the nation'stop I citizens they would hear and at Druid Coach Hobo Hooser, an administrative coach under head coach Norm
Florida would receive.. TOil know the answer as well as is crack Thomas duo. Bruce has beer; wrestling
of assistant
sports towns already I!: a major league bat ai Hills High School in Atlanta will assist Sloan.
I do. welcoming the transfer of the I that time. Build the stadium an outstanding receiver for Wlliston Carne in his track recruiting
Milwaukee Braves to the Southeast .Allen said, and a major league:: to date and Doug Is the., Ga. from that time until taking) program Other track "We will miss Coach Moor
ovr at Furman In 1961
Same Old StoryIf Red Devil's No. 1 signal calico and
I team will follow. Druid assistants will be named I at in our basketball program
Hills track teams
Citizens from the to and passer. won appreciate the outstanding work
later dab
governor
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'the Tide wins, you'll hear this. "Same old FlorIda. shoeshine said The concret.a .lleel stadium The Red Devil. will send endsB. I '12 consecutive dual meets durIng he's done" said Sloan. "How-
a boy they were
1 win seat 57,000 for football I Carnes' time there and Gravel also announced further ,
Just can't win the big ones. That's what you'll hear. Noth- pleased by the team owners' Mitchell Ronnie Stevens; ever he will be more valuable
ind 80,000 for baseball. captured the state championship changes hi the Internal
ing about how well the Tide plays.Should action approving the transfer tackles. Jimmy Mllllgan, to the overall athletic programIn
the Galore win, well I'll be In Tuscaloosa but Wednesday. The Braves will have a large, Doug Stevens; guards M o rLegler y, of Georgia throe times structure of the Division of Intercollegiate his new position" I I

I'd give a pretty or two to be at municipal airport when Mayor Ivan Allen Jr., I key 1 potential audience to tap-ar; Hallie Priest; center, "''I am pleased that Coach Athletics Perry
the plane lands Saturday night around o'clock. That shouldbe figure In the city's drive to at- ludlenc with a reputation for, Robert Philpot and a backfield t Carnes Is Joining our staff," Moore has been moved from' Changes In the basketball ',
a celebration to top them all. lain major league status, was'attending sports events More. composed of D. Mitchell, half said Gravn "He \la recognised! assistant basketball coach: and 'coaching setup are effective
Florida has had some glories moments la Its football pleased that the Braves "have history heretofore. They'll have to pale into Insignificance: chosen to make the national 'he Atlanta metropolitan area ken and fullback Robert Head track coaches In the Deep
If the Caters cu whip llama ... It makes all the oHferene pastime truly national, to live ind it Is estimated that 1.750,000, against the Tigers.: South. Hit hiring Is a big step
t m the world to ft Into game ..lie.... aiduNaally the 24 million people who live (hi ranked, as Is the ....... these seven southeastern states driving time of the stadium coach, will stay with ends Lar- upgrading[( our track program."I ,
They are myriad reasons why Florida Is more deservIng "
a share In the major leagues.
of a victory. The Gator fans have suffered so long Gov. Carl Sanders of Georgia
for a great football moment that It would seem the curse noted:. "The national reputationof Braves Await OK ;
I of defeat almost! has a sort of Biblical connotation to it
our state 1* conalder.blyboosted :
The RestrictionsFlorida by the very presence of I IN THIS WIND-IRIAKINO 1
such n prestigious ball club. I
Is struggling with recruiting"' barriers Imposed by need not emphasize the fact that By DICK COUCH ranging, agreeing to play or Although the Braves won't I NYLON JACKET

academic restrictions. Alabama does pretty much M it wishes this addition to our sport family NEW YORK (APp) National scheduling any 1(61 games a t: say ao publicly contributing
meeting minimum standards Imposed by the conference will greatly enhance the League club owners met todayto any slid other than Milwaukee. factors to the decision mcMedfldent s
to prevent wholesale raids In other states but free to take economy of the entire state."' ,,;:"f 1 iM".r dwindling atteIIdaDet mid In4
consider the transfer of the
Almost anyone within 1U own boundaries. ." One of the town' beat known Braves representatives. were radio and television reve-
Other people have cecameatod: ea the methods employed sports figure, football Coach Milwaukee franchise to Atlanta ordered by Circuit Judge Ronald sue :
by Alabama's head coach, Paul (Bear) Bryant That Is Bobby Dodd of Georgia Tech, for Iftt but a bare-knuckle fight Drechsler! to appear next Rumors of the move to Atlanta
neither here nor there. Maybe ho has the right Idea. Who aid the Braves' move would bea between the Braves and Mil Tuesday to show cause why the were circulated as early as
knows Football la king at 'Buna aced M It go at that wonderful opportunity for the waukee officials! raised speculation Injunction\ should not be mad the spring of 13, shortly after I Ii

What irritates no end Is the constant 'Bama seeking for team and Atlanta. as to what action: -if any- permanent Lou Perini sold controlling Interest
an "edge," any kind of an edge As an example Florida ,"From Atlanta's standpoint the would take. Until the legal bombshell wa In the club to I syndicateof
numbers its players according to accepted standards. The the Braves are probably the owners dropped tt appeared certain that Chicago businessmen, headed
ends are numbered In the M's, tackles Tfl's;, guards W's;: moat popular team in the majors The Breves' board of directors the owners would approve the by BUI Bartnolomay.
centers, SO'.; quarterbacks 10-11; halfbacks, JII', and M's; ," Dodd said. voted Wednesday to move shift Approval by six of the Attendance had dipped from a
and fullback's, 40'.. Captain Larry Dupree who does wear An 111 minion stadium now the team-for the second time other nine clubs was nonfat and high" of 111,404 m JMT-whan,
No. 35 and playa fullback because of the switch between being constructed near the juncture In 11 years-and the owners no serious opposition was fore- the Braves won the ML pennant.
that post and halfback la the lone excepebu-,JUG might of three interstate highways were expected to approve the ...... and defeated the New York,
lay. is scheduled to be ready shift. The southern exodus of the.Yankees in the World Serles-to
You should see the "Banna roster. Ends in the 10'. and by April! 19, IllS about one Braves, charter members of the 7Nt27talM3.: .
110'.. Tackles In the M's, 70'. and 10'1. Guards in the SO',, ''yeer after a crash building program But several hour after theclub's National League who 1II09ec1from I The Braves' decision to quit
M's, 70's and 10'.. Centers OK except one soph who la was started on the 47-acre" decision to quit Milwsu- I Boston to Milwaukee in I Milwaukee, coming on the heels
listed No. 17. Quarterbacks: OK. Halfbacks art M's, M's, 40.'.. urban renewal site tee was announced a tempo 1153. was approved at a closed, of managerial changes by both i
Fullbacks JO''i and 3D'. ary injunction was obtained by I two-hour conference-one day the National and American
Maybe .. ao importance. at tint glance. M K'l hard to 'Carte ReviewIn Milwaukee County officials" j after league President Warren League pemuBt winners, pro-
detect tackle eligible\ plays or who's where at what time I restraining the Braves from 4 dies called the New York Ided another Mum element
when yoa're accustomed to certain ambers Y certain Meitkws. Practice II IIFor' moving or from seeking permls- I meeting "to further discuss the to the aftermath of the It* '

Central Ion to move. Ituatloa and take action thereAfter season which ended. a week ago
Close followers of football know that "Bama hardly May Block: It. c on" with the SL Louis Cardinals':
needs any extra edges. The material la always tremendous.The World Series victory over the
Whether the unprecedented the directors' meeting,
Gainesville worked 99
coaching Is supposed to be the beet and generally is High on New York Yankees i
all phase Wednesday In a genre legal maneuver would serve to I tIWInI.fto Including: one from //4 ti t
acknowledged such. The rules an relaxed Still, they want review football practice lock the club owners' action tt Atlanta, were handed I Johnny Keane resigned\ as 6

the edge rtpering for Friday night's today's special: meeting m a I prepared, statement by Braves' manager of the Cardinals and I

'Bama Is nvasion by powerful Chattanooga mid-town hotel could not be I publicity director Ernie John was hired by the Yankees, who I
Really Ready' Central determined Legal paper apparently ion The terse statement an- had dismissed. Yogi Bern. Red
minced the decision to Schoendlenst Inherited the Cardinal -,
Coach JIm Nlblack said the would have to be move Authentic ski detailEkntlclxod !
And over the year's the Bear's poownouthtog before -
every h franchise but Job. Dick Slater replaced
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gave no reason
the meet-
served her to
game and resulting 'Bama victories] by. whopping scores bu I defense worked on atoppIn.Central'l prior for toe shift explaining the ailing Fred Hutchinson ..11mau.er sleeves. drowttnng
not left a good taste. I multiple offense. He bottom, deep "action" arm
of the ClncmnaU Reds
hat Giles had asked that no
But this week the Bear Isn't poor-mouthing.' \ Ha has a I pointed out that the Tenncsse- League President Warren nformation be released until and Harry Walker succeeded hole. Mandarin collar hug .r
fine football team. to does Florida llama is favored in I Ins use a different offensive Giles said Wednesday night he utter the New York session.Shortly Danny Murtaugh as pilot of the neck, hid* flip-up hood
almost every weD known selection guide. j attack; hi each outing. had not been Informed of the ,- thereafter the Pittsburgh Pirates. ''I Contraitlog cord outline!
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r Bet I bee he Calm dig down and eeeae a* with ...... The Hurricane will run Injunction and planned to go statement read "the Braves'i Last week Cleveland Indians Black, ton, navy, whit.
to win It It's too far the reton W the pad ..,.. Florida t through their usual light pre- head with the meeting. He naaagement win release a tractors decided to remain to'
seeds the victory to create a aew grit***) Lags I lam workout today m snorts would seek legal counsel, lit leteiled statement outlining all Cleveland for at feast one more, Smell-Medium-Urf.-litre LariMEN'S

I'll say this however If the Glean lose after playing a At P. It;. Yonge, Coach Mike ,said, lilt became necessary, ha various considerations for I year, dispelling reports of an
great I'm still with C Butierres: ran his squad .
game 'em. Sometimes it .. matter I Milwaukee's legal counter- any action taken. American League shift
how much of a good guy you sr but how good.ExGHS I Jirough a light contact: session punch followed a 114 vote 'by HOODED !
on offense and went over the i
ha Braves' directors, meeting
defense briefly.
in Chicago, to shift the club.
Cutierres singled out tilt running SWEAT SHIRTS
StarRowland of fullback Tom Hansen The Injunction forbid the I
and halfback Mm Tntfl and. Braves from applying to either iI I l
Mares Tyre and the passing the president of the league or I
Dies 01 quarterback Tom DIbI L th* owners of ether dub for With Full Front I
PKY will work on punt return -suction .to .... It temporarily. Zipper 299

Jennings Rowland, one of the basketball at Oftethorpt Cetkg and klckoffs and go vr prohibits till Brave, who have Per On >'Off lese
J die overall gam .to. aborts a year nmamtag' M their Couatv
greatest athletes ever to attend \m Atlanta. lit was selectedto i .I I Stadium contract rr- arErexhman .
Gainesville Ugh School, died We IUL\ All DIItrtct team day.L'olversity. Light weight warmth tt comfort In these
Wednesday. In Atlanta at the during m* coOegiate tenor*.
age of tt Hit former soft, fleece lined sweat shirts, now better
Oglethorp teammate
H. had been under treatment served a* pallbearers at Baby Gators Meet KENTUCKY looking than ever In new colors cf Reel -
for high blood pressure the past,
I three weeks and the apparent the funeral I Gray Navy or Yellow. Sizes from Small

tack.caused. death was a heart at,t Rowland After" graduation became from basketball collet: FSU Saturday GENTLEMAN to Extra Large. Just the ,thing to slip on

The funeral was scheduled coach at Cordon High Sdi** 1In on N1VC PHIDICYSIE when you want to dash outside. .
for I pm. today at Columbia Atlanta. H* stayed then farm <
Presbyterian Church to Decn-I year and men coached at *f ..'......'. fresh-'l' squad earlier in the a.... s ..... snr -L MIN'S WIAR
tar, Ga., with Couch funeral Pop Plus X. also>> In Atlanta oar. oar vvew vw n.S .
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Home handliag the arrangements. the nest' year. be ..1InI trtt at.eal Fader plans to start a beclr v.rjpe'
Interment was thoughtto He then became Odd reprcsentath son Sot rday nagM at Florid' ''field of Harmon Wages (JackNMvfflo > ,
C Law. M e Mud Mern.
be to Demur. for American 01 Com Field. .hi MO* wtsn OH 11 r-J+ Lee> at quarterback: w ... .. -
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That open date last week was like a dose of medicine topflight backs to work a Gary Peters, Chicago
NEW YORK (AP) Los piled 20 I n.cord.! pitcher
for Gainesville Hlgh'i football team. ,34-0 romp over Red Bank,Term.
Angeles pitchers Sandy Koufax The aba .teed shortstop White Sox.
Angel
It gave the Hurricanes a week for Injuries to heal and It's been eight years since pi
I of the and Dean
Dodgers Jim the ID-man
time to rest after the first four games against grueling com of-ftate opponent, and they're r of the Freosl on The Braves' decision to quit
Chance the polled
Angels
team. Three members of the
to Coach Jim Niblack.
petition. _
most votes players Milwaukee, coming on the heels
among American
New York Yankees, the
W of after
team playingthe
It kind of takes something out a
likes of Jacksonville Lee, Palatka, Jacksonville Paxon Niblack reports the spirit Is named to nil Associated Press' League pennant winners of managerial l changes by both I
"- and Tallahassee Leon. are at a minimum and annual major league baseball were chown They were out- the National and American
Add to this the 32-19 win All-Star team today. fielder Mickey Mantle, catcher t
The rest was welcomed. League penant winners,
I'm sticking with the Koufax collected 77 votes and Elston Howard and second pro
and for
a
But It's back to action this Friday night, vided another bizarre
element
change, the Hurricanes WOl'"'lie playing one ef Florida'stop gear now and will be hard Chance 71 In the balloting by (5 baseman: Hobby Richardson. I
&eams.f keeping up with It. t" baseball wtikrs. The lefthanded First baseman Bill White was to the aftermath of the 19(4 ,
Let's say Gainesville 20, ,# ed Koufav won II games beforehe the only member of the cham- season, which ended week ago t
was sidelined for the year by pion St. Lows Cards selected. with the St. Louis Cardinals' t
Needs WinP. CHANCE a sore arm in mid-Auguat.
World
Others Series victory over the
vote-getter Chance, a tighUhandrr, com- I
Others ramed were third New York Yankees.
travels .
K. Yonge to
baseman Rooks Robinson of
r a victory to push over the Changes 1
t Macclenny owns a dismal 1-4 Said Baltimore and outfielders Willie Johnny Kene
Wilt resigned
Mays IV San Francisco! and as
acme of the best The Wildcats:
Roberto CItmente of manager o! the Cardinals and
and Live Oak, two of the top Pittsburgh j
was hired !lIy the Yankees, who
Florida High and Fernandlna The w.riig was one.sided for
Good Medicine over Green Cove Springs.For Better Health I each: poition except outfield had dishmissed Yogi Berra. Red
a bit eonparlea, ". 'and shortstop. Clemente, thirdIn SchoendienU inherited the Cardinal -
Fernaodtoa last week, while P> the balloting, had 81 votes job. Dick Sisler replacedthe I
For HurricanesThis the Pirates last month.Here's BEARD [managed to score 23 points a'i Followed among the outfielders ailing r"rm Hutchinson as
a vote for Tom Press Sports Writer the Los Angeles Lakers downedthe by Mays with 54 and Mantle 51.
record to 3-M. How about P. K. I manager of the Cincinnati Reds l
in
108-105
Baltimore Bullets
(AP) Elgin At shortstop, Fregosl had 35 and Harry Wtlker succeeded ,
knees are giv the only other game on Wednes votes and tais Aparicio of Balti- .
time they're taking on one of Tennessee's elite In Battle of day's card. Danny Murtaugh as pilot of the
leu trouble; Wilt I more collected 24. Pittsburgh Pirates.
Chattanooga Central at Citizens Field In a homecoming bat '
ailment
stomach t
tle. Lake Butler and Williston been diagnosed and Reggie Harding paced Pistonswon Detroit In addition to Aparicio, the Last week Cleveland Indians
with 22 points, as the I
beaten Suwannee Conference. second team was comprised of directors decided to remain in
to leave the hospital their firstgame of the sea
At: It' AgainCentral Lake Butler will take a 54 reports can only son. His hook shot with 50 sec first baseman Orlando Cepedaand Cleveland for at least one more
liston owns a 44-1 mark. percentage't of the National onds left eased the pressure right-handed pitcher Juan year, dispelling reports of an I

which Is a perennial power In Tennessee preps, The two teams look even all Association clubs after the Warriors pulled to Marlchal outfielder of Hank San Aaron Francisco and, American League shift
la at It again this year with a 4-M record and the top spot ing quarterbacks in Lake within two points of a tie.
catcher Joe Torre of Milwau-
still ins
!hi one of the state polls. WISTIINHORSE
llston's Doug Mitchell and Rodgers topped San
Guy kee, second baseman Ron Hunt
The Invaders sport their usual big line and a couple of hospital, the win-
20-0 score. Warriors Francisco with 20 while Nate of the New York Mela, third SHOW
Lake Butler mopped third straight Thurmond, Chamberlain's replacement baseman Ken Boyer of St ATTHI
In Ha last awl outings, while night 108- at center, scored 19 Louis, outfielders! Tony Oliva of TAYLOR RANCH
Jerry Rhome Tops Crystal River and Trenton. Pistons. I While the Warriors were los Minnesota and Johnny Callisonof I 5.. .., Oct. 21 .t I P..M.NW. .
I The home field advantage given about 10 ing In Detroit, the front office Philadelphia_ southpaw rt Wlimtm M US a Alt
WUllston the edge from this rest on the bench announced In San Franciscothat
ParadeNEW Lake Butler 13. '. orders missed 10 Chamberlain's mysterious
Offensive 11 shots but still ailment has been diagnosed as
Inflammation of the pancreas.The .
!
FOOTBALLN
Strong ,Georgians condition can be controlled
YORK (AP) Thank!I tanford's Ray Handley rush Leads by medication and diet,
to a record-amaahing perform,. big for the fourth straight week Lincoln's Terriers also face and the 7.foot-lacorlnl ace may
Tulsa and Mississippi's Frank Lambert night when travel to
aoce last Saturday, quar they rejoin the team at home friday.
I fastest start of any passer !li I time. Rhome. of course leads IIIpasslnl. I Lincoln will put its M mark with 33 points. .1

.; major college football history. gians who sport a clean M slat*. Rohn of Edwards Bailey Howell scored 29 for
Figures released today by th NCAA Service Bureau show thai t t from Dallas, Rooms Is tires Lincoln Coach Jessie )Heard '
Rhome has completed 88 passel I fourth total offense leader In thirst entataadlag halfback who has at Palm Lanes __m_ 1
for 1,051 yards and 15 touchdowns four weeks of the season ever seen. Heard also mad' It night with a 117 Four Touch
In leading Tulsa to thrill I Such a scramble occurred here whelmed Its last opponent by a put .together games
The 243
was
victories In four games. only in 1059 But I'm still sticking with Games Set
,I AH three categories represent t: While Louisville's Tom Larambolse won their last game by a 40-0 I II
the strongest start any paSsel: the total offense Let's say Lincoln 20, Bunch II. Mano Motel, Four games are scheduled to-
I has ever made. By adding 9!5; leader' three weeks ago, w.sbelnl I 198-197-211 and Shu night in the Gainesville adult COLOR
yards rushing as Tulsa crushed held to 39 yards, Room Has Hands Full Coast Restaurant touch football league.On .
Louisville, U-0, Rhome alst 1. rushed or passed 57 times ane; field No. 1 at 7:30. First
took over as the nation's leader gained s staggering 410 yards Starke 'Is another undeafed Methodist plays Med Students,
In total offense with 1,148 yards, No one except Georgia's Larrjakestraw Its hands full Friday. The totaled 2972 on on Held No.2, Florida Farm
That, too, is a record .tart. who accounted for Palatka for a contest with the while Manor Motel Bureau meets Williams Thom-

Other Individual leaders an ..4 yards In one game last year,, Stark enjoyed an open date best game. as.At I NATIONAL COLLEGIATEAND
1 had plied up that kind of total ir I Injuries that had cropped up of South At 9 p.m. on field No. 1, fire
Cowboys Edge a major college game since I Th Elder brothers, Phil rolled 192-192-164- Department tests Penn Chem
field No.2.Mystery ,
\ 1950 have teamed ap for a welJ. the Triple Tumblers Research and on
Patriots t W()
Gainesville
In passing alone Rhome dieven d Tornadoes. South Atlan Team plays
better. He threw for a I think they'll continue to S36 and Dottle Da-. Sun. PROFESSIONALFOOTBALL
Flag football play at thBoys' e I .
record shattering seven touchdowns even against Palatka. How about Newberry Ml
Club yesterday saw Cowboys .. ALA.TICKETS.
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tions. Indiana's Bob Hocmhemeyer Branford 0; Mayo 13,
beat Texans 0.2, and Firs t t
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I More'Kicks'This .1 Duto Service '?

f Predicted by Ray GravesBy ,

Season ... ...
tenter
BIRMINGHAM, Ala'(AP) THE ASSOCIATED FRESSSaturday's will see,"Dooley said. [game." QYhft1T

Make room under the footba i football game be- At Lexington, the Kentucky I Mississippi State has learned IISCOYNI
tween the of Florida
University
I
spotlight, fellas, for the Southeastern and Alabama looks like a defensive Wildcats also held a heavy that end Tommy Inman will not
Conference klckersthey'r. -. CHRRGE ITI! Take months to Pay !
contest to Florida Coach workout Coach Charlie Brad- be able to play Saturday
booting the pigskin
(ther and for more points than: Ray Craves. i shaw matched the wariness of against Houston. SophomoreDave
ever this year. Graves predicted Wednesday :Dooley. Nugent will replace him
that two touchdowns would be
Statistics released Wednesday, enough to win the game be- "We respect all phases of Ole Miss held a general review
showed that the 11-school SECfurnishes
; tween the two undefeated Southeastern I Georgia's game, both their offense workout and looked forward -
t the national leader In
Conferences foes. I and defense," Bradshawsaid to no Injuries for their
punting Mississippi's Frank The Caters ran through a secret i. "particularly their running game Saturday with Vanderbilt
Lambert-and also the national I
r set I Ice session while
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leader in scoring by kicking'Graves talked with newsmen Ir ,1 HOUR
i' alone, David Ray of AlabamaThat's .
outside the field. Graves didn'tsay
f not all-of the 11
regular -
much because, be said, hedidn't
punters in the SEC five are want to upset Tide Coach ElEBYlllll81OLD
I listed among the nation's top 20, Paul Bryant
and four who
;' their players team's bread placekicklor and butter 'I think he's already mad THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAYSALE
enough at us after we beat him
I carried similar
are on a
list down there last year. We don'twant FASHIOHED .
to make him any madder,'"
Lambert has kicked 22 times
.to date this year, and is aver- Graves said. IiIf
I aging 44.1 per boot for the No. 1 'Bama Conceitratts covpoN
national spot Tennessee's Rontt Alabama, meanwhile, workedon HOOT IIIN"
Wldby Is fourth with a 42.4 yard punt protection and drilled
Overage Jon Kilgore of Auburn with and without pads.
seventh with 416 Buddy French "I thought we had more concentration -
--1 I of Alabama 12th with a 40.. on what we were doing OLD TIYlOB86except
mark, and Steve Spurrier of than we've had in a good
Florida Is 20th with 40.3. while," Bryant said. -
In the scoring by kicking, Ray Passing and kicking were emphasized -
I has zeroed In 13 of 14 point- at New Orleans, where SEALBEAM
on GULF SUPREME
the who drink It
( people )
after-touchdown kicks and made Tulane Is getting ready for Sat-
} I of 7 field goal sallies, for a urday's date at Georgia Tech. MOTOR OIL t HEAD LIGHTS
: total of 31 points. At Baton Rouge, the Loulslan
"* The three SEC players wholOot State team ran through a snappy e Cemp.at Cen+ .
rank nationally behind Ray are: passing drill, with quarter 4101.. 39. qt. 88c 1.1 p.at
Mississippi end Billy Carl Irwin, backs Billy Ezell and Pat
Screen throwing accurately to This I.th......,all web la 1etIoy'bleb 5w,. h....
with 14-for-14 PAT kicks w. Mw.dwl s..Ib..s by
fourth, = ......... ,.... ,
i and 4 of S three-point attempts, a series of receivers."I V'R tMg CIt. yeu .11 MW ..kw,All yy.s N I s.d Ir wh eels w...
i -lie NooIr w wi&"driviea. ..1.1
25 points; Louisiana State flanker was real pleased with the LI.".......,....,. 11.111weoni..w.1Z .
back Doug Moreau, with 5of way we were throwing and I
I extra point attempts and 6 catching the ball," LSU Coach
for 8 in field goals'', 23 points; Charles McClendon said.
k quarterback Jimmy Hall of LSU's Saturday opponent
Florida, 11 of 12 PAT kicks, 2 of Tennessee, also emphasized 0 1
t 2 field goal tries,,17 points. passing. Coach Doug Dickey: de-
scribed the session as "one of AH-OOO-GAH voir BATTERY
the best practices so far." I In
t Miami to End Players Return t HORN CHARGER

Practice For Several ailing players have re al ... ..
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turned to the Vol lineup. 1213. ;1'1' J 2" N1 4,91II
Indiana Game The Georgia Bulldogs held a
hard contact session which Ul '."> lee. yw'r* a.lee rend Hi* {II I 1 TIll l.wrM Mtary........wwll.n ..... '
MIAMI (APMiami) winds pleased Coach Vince Dooley, 1887.That1 when Old Taylor Bourbon was born.Its taste Mnwr fw 4 mt II .*ll iwi, multo.. 1 s will an I
up preparation for the Indians but he remains cautious about I is still old fashioned.Smooth.Rich.Timeless.the people limit I ta mlMW. U.11l.r,
game today with a brief workout Saturday's game with Kentucky who drink Old Taylor 86 aren't old fashioned at all.They're
o in shorts. young, smart, discriminating. And tasteful. Have a sip of
Coach Charlie Tate finished "We're still'worried about Taylor 86 and you'll join them
rough work Wednesday with[Kentucky, and rightly so, be- Kentucky Straight' Bourbon Whiskey M Proof.
:The Old Taylor Dist isey Co., Frankfort Louisville,1 the
emphasis on kicking game cause they still have one of the
f and special drills for defense. most explosive offenses that. we BRAND NEWT RADIATORAUTOLITE
He reminded the squad that Indiana '
is ranked 11th nationally ; SPECIALI I II
in offense and that Miami hast
f '
given up nine points or more to SPARK PLUGS 11p rt?:. EtusH SIALIRCeln
each of Its four opponents. WATER PUMP LUMICANTe.dl
Miami has also given up 119 C .,.
yards passing per game and 43 m 79 3 77c
permitted (3 per cent completions football means fee
F This h AMriMl MI wWofl ywk fat -
and Indiana has a fine MMtr/ plod tar mh Ml*.. yl c........If Mid.
passer In Richard Badar sixthin limit*iwMl f4 the country.
Indiana flies to Miami today
for Its first game In the south

and plans a night workout to get I
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TED Skirls The Soviets seem assured of f, they could do It Russia won 11:5 United States won the medal competition and that ORANGEMEANS

Associated Press Sports Write r two medals In volleyball when gym medals in 1960. race there 7849, and 40-22 in Ism should be natlonal-\\ ;

.. .... TOKYO (AP) The on-rash their men's and women's teams gold. At Melbourne In 1954 Russia The United States, lOt I
w- ing forces of Russia, buoyed b;Y are among the leaders. The Key ,Factor led 98-74 and 37-32 In gold. In surprising support from its I
the strength of its canoeists I I' United States Is out of contention. Although nationalism am I 1960 at Rome the count was 103- shooters also got some surprise'
grabbed off seven more Olympic The United States and team comparisons are dlscouraged 71 for Russia over-all and 43-34 help from Its canoeists who I

Gamei medals today". Russia are matched: in the basketball by Olympic officials tin! In gold. prevented an anticipated shutout -
moved to within 17 of the Unite t final so each will pick team struggle between th e Such team comparison was in medals today., I

b States' !leading total of 88 am d up one medal there. Americans and the Soviets, has s I further discouraged today in a Francine Fox, a IS-year-oIi, LUi
k appeared to be in excellen t But the key to It all Is the been a key factor ever slnci e terse little message that moved schoolgirl and Gloria Perrier a i
position to overhaul the Amerl. success or failure of the Russian Russia began competing In tin! on the official results wire of the 35-year-old clerk, both from
cans. gymnasts. The United States Games. Olympics. The message said: I II Washington D.C., were second

The United States had a lea d Iisn't expected to score but Russia Only their first time out, al!t I "At the request of the Tokyo behind Germany's winning pair
of 8M4 going into this next-t o. must make up some 10 or 12In the 1952 Games In Helsinki. Olympic Organizing Committee, in women's kayak doubles. I
last full day of competition to overtake the Americans. And have the Russians lost. Th: acting on the instructions from The Washington girls were
t:. the 18th modern Olympics, bu I : Mr.'Avery Brundage presidentof timed In 1.5J.1J: for the 500 met-
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managed to pick up only tw< the International Olympic ers of the rainswept course
, S medals a silver in women'i: Committee International Business while the Germans won in
r kayak doubles and a bronze Ir FSU Plans New Machines (which runs the 1M95.

t s women's kayak singles! by Marcia .. results service) Is discontinuing And'Maria Jones a pretty I
Jones of Oklahoma City. as of pow the compilation and 23-year-old Michigan State student
publication of the medals list." from Oklahoma City was
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In three gold and a bronze f Ir: Plays for VPI The IOC always has objected closing fast and Just missed /

canoeing, two bronze in Jude I ., to such tabulations contending taking second In the women's' :
and a bronze In equestrian dre s that each event is an individual kayak singles.LAUNDERIES. o
TALLAHASSEE (AP- Florida G Ed Pritchett: turned In a good
sage and pushed its total to 71
1 medals, including 22 gold. The: State will break out new ofensive drill on handling the pasa-run I

U. S. Defeats .Russia United States has 34 gold, fl I plays In their Saturday option plays. (MI.! 0111.. ... -I.I/ I t
diver. and 28 bronze.III' fame( at Virginia Tech Co.ch81D 'Peterson said ...11 Sass make m MM Spinal kwurtnct
that starting 54 h v. lor pun mt Xlwr iwcltM' butl-
.# Jot Frazier of Philadelphia knock down Uemel :.. ll tltcotmttd wtxn WI I i
Peterson said today. Your inmHnn IMI
Yanor of Ruui for an eight-count in the second Rasila's Favor' tackle Frank Penney would be ,I..., irtMnt tolttlti in* Unfit Mckm iim. I
round of their Olympic heavyweight boxing boot. And the program is all in This strategy used In beating benched for the game by Ill. tomorrow end Uirt Mvlng' now. I

f The referee topped the fight in thin round.Frazier Russia's favor both Kentucky and Georgia, In- ness. He probably will be replaced Kirkpatrick fir Edmonton ui
reached the finals, the lone American boxer to. advance. Much of the Thursday night. by sophomore Jay Mat Insurance, Inc.
f (AP.Wlrephoto by cable to Sun). ind Friday schedule Is devoted llcated .Peterson was not taking thews. N. MAIN ST. PH. 172-1411 Iii I II
lo gymnastics, where the Busilans the Gobblers lightly. '
have dominated for. the I
: ant two Olympics: : He said after an extensive .
Named COME DOWN TO WIDE-TRACK TOWN AND SAVE
Sandlin And it goes deeper than that.. workout Wednesday that he f 3JiL.

j The Russians are assured of thought the Seminoles were I

t liven medals In boxing, either raady for the game. Star pass

''J 'Back of Week9Halfback lay's silver that number finals.or gold of The, since fighters United they In States have Frt good receiver workout Fred Biletnikoff picking off had the a L. :::)


. 1Sn i iI has one, heavyweight Billy Frailer passes thrown by quarterbackSteve .
: Danny Sandlin ra I last week registering 'numerous
I I. of Philadelphia. Tend and ;quarterback
over and around helpless New. Individual tackles. u _
S( berry last weekend for 19 3 I Pushing Sandlin for the week .tt-J.

: I yards to pace North Marion tel I Iy honor were Santa Fe half Want your &
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,.J; an impressive 33 0 victory. back boyle Sikei, Cross City I i

performance earned fullback Randy Cofbln, Willis- car paymentscut
I{ Sandlin "Back of the Week" ton quarterback Doug Mitchell: ,
I', honors by the Sun. Lake Butler halfback Bob Lyons
1 The 175 pound senior who. and quarterback Jimmy Thomas in half? I
also scored twice, clipped oft f and P.K. Yonge fullback. THE LUXURY OF WIDE-TRACK PONTIAC ((64 MODELS) CAN

several 20 to 30 yard runs duro Tom Hansen. .
BE YOURS AT SAVINGS UP TO I
I, log his night's work. Sikes was the top offens Iv e I
"Danny has been improv I n I weapon for S a n ta Fe In a GFC'sFrlendlyBob

every biD game," said North mashing 33.0 win over Green I ]
): Marlon Coach Stan Toole. "He Cove Springs. The 192 pound Adams :
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. did a fine Job against New senior bulled for 120 yards on !
berry-I think It was his beat 12 carries and also sparkled asa $120000DISCOUNT

l game." tackle on defers..

Toots silo add, "He II an ex Top Umber v r i i'If p1

tremely hard runner. When he Corbin played his usual outstanding 5

I! sees it Is as far as he can go, game for Cross City,

,I ha tries to get two or three letting up more than 160 yards "
more yards with, that extra efci rushing, Including a M yard GFC can't do it, nobody.can!
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I Toole pointed three of Wllllston'i touchdownsas And you dons need to'come In to find out-Just phone..

lln was a standout on defense. he guided the Red Devils to Ask for the f Bob Adams/ ,auto financing desk. Most ,

a 20 0 win over Trenton. He Instances he cuts $50 payments to its $80 payments I TRUE There:are only I a few But the oho that will picas

Gator Grid'StatistiCs ran for two scores of 14 and to $40 etc., etc. Very likely ha can cut jour

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SPRINGS A mul-, Around 40 officials and other He said there would be "..clamaUon Industrial development PREVIOUS DAY'S 1

ti-pourpoM flood control and' citizens from Marion, Ala- Interests, including fish cam p. soil conservation fish Readers' STOCK MARKET

water drainage project in Marion -chua and Putnam counties at- owners, chums people far. and wildlife conservation,: recreation Request Advances __..... 4(7

Alachua and Putnam counties tended the Orange Springs men cattlemen and recreation ., sediment control, po} Declines ____:_ S7t

s yesterday received the meeting which had been, arranged interests lotion abatement and genera 'hoe i....... ...... ........ 'Unchanged __., Mlrotel
pledged support of Congressman by Alachua County ,welfare Issues w....... .....1.JM
Paul Ether of Island Grove public .. : =
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D. R (Billy) Matthews. Commissioner Edgar Johnson pointed out that celery farms I State Rep. James N. (Gator :. =; STOCK ,LISTINGS'I New' 1MM4 Highs .?.,..,...NNew

But the congressman warned Discussion centered around In that area apend about ..,., ) 'Beck, of Putnam County PJ-- WIa1bIa. I 1MM4 Lows 14

delegations from the counties proposals to develop 251.... 000 .a yearn the three coun said he would consider .an]- i Short Sates' _, ... J.7SJ

Involved at a meeting ben 'acres to the Orange Lake watershed 'ties He said If the problem 'of thing that la reasonable so fir N&W; YOM ITOCE .., > St'Oll tad ..__.._ Ullb ft Fidelity Caplt,"__ 11..

that they should get togetherand which Is comprised of flood control could be solved aa requests for state appropriations EXCHANGE Steel Drug'-,.._ '.RS INI Fidelity Fund __..._..11.71 Late Morning

decide what they want before -Vewnan'a Lake, Orange Lake, the celery interests could extend an concerned.But : Abbott Lab .__ i4a telA I Teas UtIl 1.20 Fidelity Trend.Fund'tal :...-.:......,..,.20.06

applying for $100,000 in fed- Lochkwsa Slough and Orange their operations Rep. Ralph TurUngton of Allied Chem _,..w. ... III 1 astron _""':_" UO .16 Invest _,..._.,:.....IU4 N. Y. Listing
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eral survey funds. Creek Commissioner Johnson said Alachua County put a damper Amerada Pt .__ 1.00 0 W I Tidewater":'_ IS Income of,Boston,_ ..7S AlllaChal
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; ), "If you decide you want the W. J. Crosby of Cltra, a representative that points to be considered in on prospects for state funds Am Else Pow .wow I lib 40\4 1 Tana W A Incorporated Inc:;w.w 10.2. Alcoa
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when he aaid the state la "no AmerEnka ...... .., '
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TU of the citrus ? I Keystone )K.I .. 1.12
project Matthews said grower ,water control and management in financial Union Pac ?w......._ I." 4554 .w.w. 4M KalaAl 11%
strong condition. Amer Hone _.... .
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go after the $100,000 that Is said that nothing effectivewill should ,Include: flood control He aid then would be "aw- Amer M Fdy __ w 1M I Und Air L ......_..,1JOb 5214 Keystone S.J ......w.?.._. 17.11 AmCan 44 Kea'cotl MHAmCyan

' .I needed for the survey." be done until a plan la pre water supply navigation re- ful slim pickings at this time." Armco Stl ___... .. IN '13''%" I Jim Upjohn Walter_..,._._...,. ..01' 11 17 Life Keystone InvestorsUfe I. 4 __._.._,_..," 18.11 1.211 AmMot 03 1IH% Loch'd UgftMy J7H M"

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s For State Data MachinesTALLAHASSEE OVER Armour 5474 Mona'to UH
! Nips Showing LBJ Aides Brown Shot 140 101 THE COUNTER Putnam Growth ._ww 11.31 ACL MH MontWd 42H

Brunswick *??????.?, t'%" III" wean IA"/ 'hoe nsus.. $1en TV Elec __., ,. Ill
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(APA legislative committee chairman Welborn lea NOT v" Tim. Cambell S ..___ UO 3IV. ease o.l hes, mp/lw 5.
Of TV Film e.5mM nsseI.e 01 a.meSs esuS..n. VI'" LInt Inc _...?.-.? .... 41 NatDlat MH
subcommittee has recommended Daniel of Lake County, said that WASHINGTON -The White Carter Pdt ,;".._ I.00. INCIHJI. Tel? es n ..less Wellington Fund. _.__.. ISII
ICtIoM !were as eao .........,. Boeing 04 NAmAv, UH
the State Cabinet as- the state already has paid out House aid yesterday that President ._,._ H If .e rope .... Mss ..... ,saw/. '
I WASHINGTON (AP) Sen acme closer control over the use millions of dollars for the business Johnson's staff assistants Cessna Air ..._....._ Ill 21% aim sans IIIwt tam .... WI NYSB MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Borden 77H" Penney 0HBruntwk
some (a awl! IH PRR 4IHCatorTr
Barry Goldwater of Arizona of expensive data processing: machines, and that not aH from top aides to stenographers Cues Ohio w..__ 4.01 1'N AliCO Carp: TeL 'Close ChaagtsIW :
Land _.. 10% 37H PtpCola UHCelanaso
has nipped plant for the nationwide equipment by state agencies. lilt equipment was being fully were being asked to reaub- cops S Gar _.. Amer Fidel Ut:?., : 14AllIer % .. Container' I4H off H MH PhilMor 71

1. televising of a Republican The governmental reorganization used. mit security clearance applkalions. CBS ..w.w.w......_ 1.1Gb tll6 saw. I.,. Pan later MH off H
Heritage ....?"..._... 21'%" Chrysler MH PhiUPet UH
which
campaign film originally group in a report to the i It said that the cabinet budget Comb Enl __... ... 1116 Amer Mat Ins __.__ II n.... Chrysler UH off IH CocaCola 1SOH RCA 8H
included shots of strip commission should assume control TIlt new applications are being Cone Milia _._,..,. .N 1ftCGnt ...
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teasers and a girl in a topless Alrl _......._ '
of purchasing or renting required whether or not an .40 II'%" '
swim suit. LBJ Talk I Anheuaar! Busch ?.._.._ 1m 41.. deny Pckiuj up H" MH Revlon MHContCan
telling each agency when It application was filled out when Cclntllns __ UO 13''%" Anodyne MMM.MtHMMMtM ....- 4, ..... Aulmte Cnten UH ap H 13 ReyTob 4SHDowCha '

A group of Goldwater backers I could Install the machinery. an employe took a White House Contrl Data __..., 17' aUaana Bank _....-:.. rt 4lm Pure Oil UH off H 77% StRIp JJV4
, who had the 30 minute I 'News Event Florida's rant bill on the job In order, to disclose Corn Pdta __." 1.M 54'%" '
any Conn U Pow ...,,,,._.. 3734 G.. Coranted Pets 17H up H duPont J7IH Seaboard ".
film made for ".GOO. tald Its equipment already la $1,147,000 later relevant Information or oc Delta Air ._. ,-. Itt 1316 Cowles Mag at Pb w..w.w..17 ...... Mn McCrmck: U up 76 EAU I7H Stan IMH

aim was to show "moral de : .C Jfrtn fork Oimr. a year It has bought 1.4 million currence.: Del Steel ?.?.,????.? tt 1116 Dunn Bradst _...._..., 11'4J1aridI 41.. l'onII"otor MH off 'H" Kodak: 131 Sinclair, 11%

cay" In the nation. Although to BY ANTHONY LEWIS worth of machines and .Emerson El ..___?... I.. Gas ,,;,, .._ 104 ..,.Tu Gulf SulMHupH Firestone 41H Socony MH

day's planned showing la out WASHINGTON.Preaiden t spends $1.1' million a year tobin'operator Frederick Dslhu the English Fair Camera __ .Mi :11'16Flnan'l Ha. Nat' Bank Hla ...,,i 1,,.. M ..7N Can Foods M,off IH'" FlaPw IIHSouthnC 04HFlaPAU
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the film's sponsors apparently Johnson's address Sunday nighton I : for the equipment composer. waa blind, and cpp- ;2074 .. TIle ,,., ,,,. ...._ ... Shamrtk,011 MH up H UH SperryR 11
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hope to have edited \len lest s foreign developments was the committee said. It posed .hit complicated aid beautfful West Fin II 1716 Fast Lab w.U,,. -' 21% SUN Brunswick i IH up 16ICI. Ford M StBrand 7IHFraatDa

shown later on local atattoni. exempt from the equal t I ate also. reported that. these scores by,dkt.tksgham. ..... E. Cat. ._ : :Founders Ufe ..;,..;.;.....,.. A! .,Western Alrl MH up 76 MH StONJ I7H
The Democratic Nation broadcast requirement at I flfuree win Increase In' 'each to a Mow musician. Today we rood :13%I Franklin Uf* .....:..._........'11% AMERSTKEXCHAcnvi J'rtptSul'UII ltud.bak TGenDyn
Fair
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copy of the film and newsmen That was one reason given by'costs atone. rising to HI mil- 'to help blind composer and atranger. FMC Corp Lay ..,?.,.._,.,....,. |.N i iFrllo UI6 4031 roller .......".' .._. 2176 VttoBM Osto. Change : mil Texaco MHGwFdt
at Democratic headquarters the Federal Communkat lens 110II. '. : ??? ? Gulf Liftkmelna'. ,___ II UH Thiokol 14
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were shown enlarged photos commission yesterday in a n Ga Paclf ...w....,,..i.m.u |.(Ob MH Huff Joni.JZTIKonnastw ..._ 111III campbl Cnfe IH up H 1 a.M1I1.II UCarb U7HGenMtrt
said to have been taken .opinion explaining rejectionof Getty 011 ... .._ .1_ M ._ 72% 1M.. Nuchr Crp Am ft up H IM UnltAln ,UH
from It. They Included a side Republican demands for Farm Census Next MonthTo Grace Co .. 1.Mb IIH.I LIft _.."....1,._ IA! ... Bnallaa Tree 4H up H Goodrich MH UnFrult II

: rear view of a girl In a topless equal tIm. The FCC. announced Curtis _wow.. w. M 1SH Lift of Fla __ I% .... Apl Corp 11H off IH'" Goodyr UH US Steel I1HGrayhnd '

swim suit, a near nude man its decision Monday but took IBM-, mu.. I.M 414Vnt Lowta Company ,..___ 1.41 ODD,LOT TRANUCTlONIPrueb.N..www UH UnlvMal 15 HOuUOt
Use Recordsagent w.w..w. Milge Electron .___ 11'16' UH WestlEl!: 4IHIntHarv
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Mort Guaranty Ins 11Padfie
rioting the reasons. Int felt ,... '... I.M 1ft SW As.-.. .. 03 thar Hales ..-_ 31,231'a [ MH WoolwUl xl'4
The Citizens for Goldwater- Last night lawyers for Sen TRENTON: All farmers and aafcL; The first Kellogg ..._. -_ ... 4IH :: ti41 '
stage Schllte' Brew .e f
: Goldwater am 0 u n c t d
Barry wow
Miller had the film made Lehman CP _... .
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Ma
ranchers will need thia year.I organizing a team of local cltt- It Stew Ufa aVTrTraveler ...,. .1134 I'I'u :
I here that they will ask the U S. w
and titled it "Choice" The ; Utton In .._ ,.....,....., I.Mf, 7IH ,
to ant II each county to fake the InsAMBe ____..,,_ 44 AVIRAHS. OCT
Court of Appeals In the District butuMsa! records help answerquestions .
group bought 12S copies. : Lone S Cm __..?.,1N UH m IM .sat MM 'H" I
of Columbia to reverse the on .a farm ......... census already Mdarway; Marsh Fwd _..._ IN 40H CAN nors'
The Republican presidential Crow loaders to auptrvtet. the I
Law
FCC. ruling. for mailing at tarry November Martin M _. 1N UH aXtIANGRAerojst Hltjfc Ctoaa Net C...
candidate saw the film for the The vote en lilt commission census to each county art be- MeG HIli .._. ... ... MH Gen _..........206. 2SIUIIt UI40 0 I4t.77 no... Uo .oft
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to start the Btiomda Canst ;
In hotel tag aeiocted and .......
first time
Wednesday a ,was I to 1 a fact also disclosed They Mead __ 170 Analex Corp .. MH. 25 lodMtrriola fXX.lt '.01 I9IXM Off Ut j
room in Philadelphia. Later 4 for lilt first time yesterday. 'of Agricultun, Gilchrlat County will base rosysijsjoaaqr.j mr re-; Corp._,... I." 4SH 44HMtrkd '" Aqua Cham saw-."._','-_ iivt 'Cll'.... ,'21." Sltlff SM2S Off .M

his press secretary Paul Wagner 4 The dissenter was Rose Agent Jim YaMaftoa said orsilthrg and MabirKaunir I OIIIII Nail Alrl ,_ .N. ,IT Aurora Plastlca Wt-
said be does not believeIt .doreis gnat 1M farms
I
J I I H. Hyde. today .
N Y Canll _.... Jig 0111vWt lames Eagtotor MH
.w.
is appropriate for a political" Five of the six members In The Census el Agriculture Is Each and: ranches at then. eodattoa. i Nla M Pow _.., ... 2.10 1Jess /% Butler Shot *..........,._. HHhromaioy

campaign in its present form I the majority rested their decision I taken every flvfi yean by the about IM enumerator farms will !' Norfolk W __ ON I40H .:.--......,,_. I'" FLASHES

3 Fred Mullen director of the on two alternative gounds during .I No Ind P S _..., 1.41 01H'" aaerama ....?.... 4fn2omputr MARKET
Bureau et the Census weeks et .. ? :
as agsn"cy telllpIII'II'J asiN
One the exemption far ,
news bureau at the citizens war No. NatGaa IN Id __ 23%
I of the U. .. .....
Dapartaaa
group ..Id. "Naturally we are 'bona fide newt events" written I Ia OUa Math l.M 41H'" Cutter Lava A _,_"... II I NEW YORK AP-auryiltf

acceding to the requests of the t Into the equal tone provi- I Commerce numeral 4 and t.ending It lethe Shortly after Nov I, the Census Owes 11 G _",_ IM 1MH Data Control _...,_ .116I reacted sharply to lower quarterly Dow Jaaot Stock Averages

senator and are proceeding 1 j lion by Congress in 1... information of vital prorldea am-- Bureau win opaa stage two Pac G E IN MH 'ullon Indililloa ,__ fi atrnlnga-. and the stock .-
now to make minor changes In The other reason was a dec- by mailing out census queeUoaalrea Pae Ulng _, '... 140 MH Indi ,,_ fi mark declined Irregularly Provtoaa Day | ted Hour |
about the
the film to take into account I don of the commission In I.... I portance nation's agricultural to all nnllIolholdtn1ft IPaeT6T1.. MHPaa Gin Develop __. 4V. early this afternoon. Trading nn MmduatMRaut offiTO'up

new developments. The film I It[ held then that a nationwide I Such resources Information and proteflon. Is- the county. Farm operators I Amer A...._ IM MH Jan MInJt ..... M.Mackay .,_.. 116 was moderately I active. 214,10 Hi'IUM
4
will be shown u soon at I broadcast by President Eiaen- cat then consult their records I AlrUnat ft
possible needed Parka Dav __... 1M MH4iH w Chrysler broke SH to M following _
," I dower on the Sues criaia did not II II making dtrlriont of the al (or best estimates for tile year) r.aaoIJ _,,_ I.. Mead JahnaoaaeNWTalo __ INP. ewe that thhquartereeratags itt 1SUUL _.d 0.0

In advance of Goldwster'a :entitle Adlal Stevenson, the fading 1 U[ I. many economy eegmenta, YelvtngteaMid. and answer the questions oa the, Pfbtr"t''t'" .... 47HS.M .____..... MitFhtllpe .war down from a 40 Beats _taut
Democratic candidate 10 equal _
statement, NBC announced tha I forma Phelps DI ..swear nn.M Else .wr.r.,.w.-: 4736 year age but the Nock: halved ,* o _WtM
the Urn would be shown but I time.: In the final stage, .nzner. Polaroid l4wH edwkuj Carrion '_. ,_ 1116 Its low at Wan Street took to J

with cuts agreed to by the clti- The five commissioners con- Date gathered Include the tort will visit each farm to ma Pub 8V EG .._ IN MH Ma Croup .saw........,..,, 551 ,sews of a 4 par cent stock div

Izens' group notably the top eluded that Congress, when. it tumber and IBM of farms mamMr county to collect the goatPure! Oil _i,;;"'", IN 01HRayonler ,Sperry a Wti _.._' 071.,, I.. MM MO. record MMsl. and MitVOther some blue chips. In other groups

less bathing suit. TIlt network .revised the law io UM, tnvitedly I of persons living on farms 81...... Al the time of this visit _,.._.......;. |.N 43H Syafin -.;..-- 4t 114' fie .M ...... contributed M a moderate 'tjf
said it considered certain sequences J> approved the INI decl- acreage and harvest of trope. too enumerators wW bate farmers RaID __ .1Ib 51% 'Tampa Else _.:..w.+:: HIM hi thus popular averaget.Gains .
"unduly suggestive." I lion by not overruling. I i livestock and poultry/ Invest complete anewert to any leya Met 40 MHMH 'Tech Moaaur __ JA Big Three motors also by selected lama

Son, and Information on farm questions they may not have JUda Mtrr _._ 1.0 'Twa Its _,,,_ 301Valep.r :eltoeaV. Stealt: wart narrowly helped cushion the decline.

LWV Pushes tquipment and facilities and anMMM bean able to answer. EnumarvMta. M C Cola _",_ 1JO 11'4'' _.._.....*. 7 H dx.1. Coppers, strong recently ale

1 Phone Co. MM MOM pfMOCtlOii. n atu which will abc .Roy Dutch _..., .-. 1.TJg 40H MVTU..FUNDS Ttbaeeot, won another weak wen UM bam.
Aims t To BeatApportion MMUturta.Tbe. about three weeks to complete, Sear.. GD ._' M MHlinger ffflttaM FH _, ... I Ipso ta cigarette aunufactunrtKltotd among ,

win start to the Citrus areas ------.n 1.10141 Capital Late Or .???????. UMMvon 4 tymaalhetically .UhRayaalds TIle Associated Prtet averageet
Says ChargeIs farm census win be taw ,of Florida en Now I. The vie Smith KIll IMa MH I Growth ._ MJIDtvtdaad I Tobatot oa see ifa M stocks at noon wu elf .4
lint"Ita.__ .._.. _..
In the eonntv
Plan M n ttt win start to the remainder loci Cal ld .lM MH I Swareo _...:,. "'I II .oa to praftte.Ltaoat at Ml"I with tmhistrulf off 11. j

''of the stab on Nov. H St Oil Cal .... SN 17761 I 0re7fuI .. ...........w., 21.22Artist's ef about a point hi rails elf .| and nUUUat up J.UM f.
'Absurd'MIAMI MIAMI (AP) The Florida

League of W_ Voters pushed Police Probe
(AP) -Florida Power ahead today with a campaign to Conception Of Proposed WMitton Hospital I

and Light Company refused today defeat the 41-eejiator ll fepreaenlathw -

to comment on a report Its reapportionment plan ReportedAssault L' :'

customers an being overcharged -al the Now 1 .1edIoa. v f !

$M million a year but A ihrea-Judgv federal eaurt refused Here \. It ..

a telephone company spokesman Wednesday to strike the "

called the survey "abI.....mad aaiaaataent from UN .
City ponce art mvestigat la
surd" and me U. S. SI- g
"wholly Irretpoatible.1 ballet although
the reported rapt af a wtots:
Court.ruled Ha terms '
.preme J15
woman by a young Negrt auaaauthaaal .
The report, prepared for the to be unconstituttaiaLMn. III CatosavuTa aartyThe .
I W.niam L. Habtead. tf : 'T' I .
Miami City Commission by Arnold W.eas_ me''... i'
Hirsch, a rate. expert, said Miami state president of till woman'a daughter I '

Florida utilities were getting women voters, said (be .league the assert to paUca WtdnaaSka reparted f
mart than a "fair return" on new would step op Ks drive for .
their Investments "tto" votes to every McfisM M day.
aaid her mother was rob-
the .
Hindi said Fkrltta Power and slateUM
bad at kaslipslnl. and her heads is
had worked all e
league
and Southern Bell Telephone
Light
and Mat wen ...... The
and Telegraph Company summer for d a f t a I el the .
daughter reported the the
operate behind "a facade of regulatory -amendment ot the them that '
we.- was.ehekod tnlr abs.
tapanrlstoa."l Rates of K would be taft an the .baLt
tl./sd .r lest esasetiu
both utilities an set by the Stab LIterature to bataf dWrtbnted
Public UtilWea Commisaioo. all ever BM state and a ....- ttadkaJoffidaaiatAlMbiaGesMral

In Tallahassee Utttttos Cam wide. Mattaf It tat Jar Oct Hotpstal ........ At. ;' t ..
warr ee.nr.ed III ..
missioner BUy Mayo said .he at Tampa

Jud oat ten the report MlThsj -. I
Tobacco Theft raotet woe UtaWtd .. a"youkg Hospital Last Hurdle
'If the City 01 Miami .la coo- related taateTha ." ; Awaits

rented enough over the rate It ReportedAt paflct amatigatiaa Isoo.ef.oleg. .

structure to have had a rate .... .' \"" ,
made ho Go Station .
said
study "aurrtr BfBOtMKEUXWOUBTON talsttot itTauakasasi latlweek. la wilt HaVfcrtea fuoda pro.vMtof ..... City Cpuatd..., Ik*\
they will give a copy to he com There stay be a ritjsr.... Church ..Man BelI. aat ** MMJM aadOte The tt'PWsssMtri arm ofWtttem .aye* sad eauaeibBM. sated(

mission. In"any case, I will sat e
for a copy. today.TWoa ; MamerialOespstel aodlorwaiwadtoAlattU.LaadterthohstirlaJ. k it to eharaa of the bead tab [tat ......... kiclutlaf (a* .
C. J. Yates phone caprq ) Parriab ....... tanaksj Take $7 st WUustoa swavtajlate .. ali> I The aieroasod dgarttto. taxarovsswt tonsmrwwftatoa-t half of aw e4 Otoeeaesmr J ,I

rice president and general manager I at rat Bay Servo Bov Hf final Blaaatof atopaCaki acre tract at Charcb Knot by Ma MM LogMaaM Be aN. ..... called the report. "wIdIaIII I bus It Atochu tatty file. A Be f dais III dIrd'. psi.VaIuy weak aa the City CasjsjcJAdaata aad UsVltVhiv baaa psntaavod ... 0 a10u it gar lit Be TJto SHtjflsswaUal. win .btaaotja ..t WMSJBJ it. 7..1 ,

fact" -aboard."andwbaflf ar- 1....... and ..... brelY IF ....., __ III -sits. fbrl appswai by III loss! r / G. aad..... .led i aarOMr her. ...... M potjaatt rat woe trwd by aaajf passst. alraattdtowmaM -t '

...... arwy" I to Oat back t>sjr tsrf task: P.,.... at Barsity OBta afIc lit" ?oN -.h.Idla,111t010 r 1eg .. "S .0...M ......- -.r. "

The. prepared at a coat Twaj bam tf dtjan. a Basis ....... ar..., Baaisl reties .: ... 20. .... tar m waV. W0 foes i h1kIK pswldalsad Ctarlsa i at MoCo-y.. Mr.VH tilt IN tf a Irttalf saepw. "

to the dry of fONO. said me I barttI[ *..* ..... tjsas.srveral .eat MellasiWpnne. --.III Me p er...... aald ........... atissenyMoat .... ..sflswil eVVHsKIt. vW ijsMsawslat .....' '

two atillttn envied $. taBs*I .....su tf pal...eluire4 ......., IIrL Yy today roe afr heal M toaatooar -. IW .... w01eewMtd rBe .. Althn ..,, i elaestzgIn ... .. ........ ... a ...,. Est... a1i, '...

snore than summary at the hat I Nan .seemr! ... sets Oa .... b .. he.idei. of .. 011 tit ... .. .. ....... aaa diwarw >, at. hilt 1100 M sad 4 IY air '

five ,..,.. ,j I Nit d after ..LDepas I!he sleek ... ....... a .. aa* ....awl. of.b ls* lbtldtF a1. B at1Mof pswt... B bear sow.ens Bsi fir..........1kCIItIIr Wier ttee .. Ia.Aro.tl.a Ifgr. ,

Florida Power and Light err were ....... It .... ...... II A/o1d trwdusiy.Iaeri M : .f dart II w new; sewage Iete. baaMtttkiipllil'itoFlsf.saa .... II", III yhhIba,

Ice SM Florida isataiisisrtrtiSwthen 1 Beam Be .star fttIIIJ with AI end abet oneas diiMI afro B pow isM ....... ; lee .. gt.AMa ........ Bw ,' ........ ........ GtaaraltonatattiMi > 0...,...., w 0mut 1aawthtt t

Bell ....... .. olds 1 em.seepst bsrtag beat le nl.sieg Sam bar ataaasat Dtrtotot. .ef.lo" ._ 3"'- a11hf11Sirspnal II ... .des ksusa.s .e nsanlbr \ .... M '

..... rIart& I N..... .:;.. IIIIMI.. 1_ Wed. a 3101 0.r .. tit .. ....... ., ..... _TIle__afaarna_ tsiscted L _If_ .-..e,10.hns0,

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: ,Party boat fishing! often called bottom fishing, is popu. ion Beach, credits tile following speckled perch: cstcneS to bie on in reverse, oyster oars, realign,. lend other iisner-
i Jar on both of Florida'i coast Bottom fishing does. not necessarily earn tjj Gainesville fishermen:"Mr. and':'Mrs. Paul RaUfcrWit' 24, men had.. better watch out :His maneuvers, ,are eomething}
mean doing your fishing bi 'a'lazy way, comfortAH *- s F. Soda 38.',a A. Sparks and brother faul
'bl,1 entrenched' In an eu chair 24. Alex,Spooner,and Djck) Cagglgq.3g Yralni otber' points 7 % :T Ounmandments Of Hunting
around Florida's 9,000 miles of coast line; bottom TBsIv were the following successful fishermen: Tom Laplaca, Hawthorne Ray.p ttia, safety specialist with the Florida ,pgrirculturral
,\ tog if one of the favored angling methods. It can be done 21 perch and 4 bass, Harry Swinford, Earleton, I Extension Service, passes on these Ten Commandments
\ i I from a small boat, a skiff, an outboard, from a byiL I bass, Les Crlffin, Earleton II bass up to ( pounds,. and of gun handling.The .
',, I ',from a bridge, a pier, or from a paying buoy.! J ttjjr. $. I, John Morgan, .wife' Ola .Morgan and. sons, John Jr., and hunter who abides by these rules should experience:

't P But the most popular form of bottom fishing i from 3 James, 87 speckled perch-James Morgan, ,f years old, accounted a safe and successful season. Pettis says hunters should re-
'a party boat No. this isn't craft loaded with bevy of with .
a a for 27 of these perch. member that a rifle or shotgun Is essentially an instrument
''beautiful girls! ample beverages,. and an accompanying Frank fultiftt;, Crystal River of death. More people are accidentally killed by firearms
''combo.. .A party boat Is .a squat wide beamed; ectao go* J' )(1' 1 I 5.dIlia..... r4u.' .. Dennis CUrington' and Mrs. Curmgton I accounted: for ,4tredflsh in and around the home than on hunting trips.
i tag fishing ,launch that Can accommodate as many as 20 to on one of the week's windiest days. Johnny ,Elmer, Suggested rules for hunters

'30 anglers.And ... ..1p? 'ri4! '1)1);.'r owner of KNOX'S BAIT HOUSE, Crystal River, continues to 1. Treat every gun as though It were loaded. Out In the
I perhaps one of Florida's busiest boat ports is thesmall .. .. be amazed at the of the
I party '7 success urlngtons, week after week, field,satisfy yourself that it is not. .
f 0 fishing village, .{ Ptstin,'on the northwest Guff Coast: 'III Ili; when even some of their best guides don't venture out during 2.: Unload your gun when you leave it unattended, or be-
Dentin named after famous New i ta, Fe and Little Santa Fe Lake with ftngerJlng"'ba has the '
I a England seafarer Captain I. heavy fore you put It away J
j Leonard Deaths within the put few years has become'. occasioned the following enlightening reply.. Bobby, J owner' winds.Horseshoe Beach ,. ,3.;' Store your 11II.under. lock and key. '.*
one of Florida's leading fishing resorts. Cedar Key, Crystal of SHIPMAN'S FISH (;\Mf- given his permission to. Mrs 'H. A, Lawrence says the fishing has been good forLAW 4. Unload all guns before getting Into 'a car or conning
River; and Homosassa River are nearby party boar ports, I print this Florida Game. and, Fresh Water Fish Commiesion just. everybody. 'Those renting hosts from '. into your camp. .
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en the Gulf Coast. St Augustine and Daytona Beach 'are: letter la fun: RENCE'Sabout CAFE at Horseshoe Beach have been ver grog 5., Carry the gun In SIIch.a. way that you can control the .'
also close by points. '"DearMr.Shiprmb'Your :: J3 trout and redflsh to the boat Leo Law and Clyde pore muzzle at an times. .
Magnet For Anglers request for the itock\n\ of Santa Fe and Little Santa terfleU, Lake City; brought In 40 redflsh, 7 trout and 2'' t. Check your gun to see that the barrel la ciear-t- and
Due to the prevalence of red snapper In Its off shore waters : Fe j Lakes< with fingerling bass was not Ignored but was flounders Sunday. Live shrimp has been the most popular check the ammunition to see that it is the correct size, .
Destln Is a magnet for fish.. hungry anglers from 'allover filed until a survey of these lakes was accomplished.: "A survey bait. .7..Unload your p' before crossing a stream'or', fence
a
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:be nation.' For a very reasonable fee (approximately of these lakes ,was. completed in August of 1M4. The Sawannee River or when climbing a hunting'stand or blind.' .

ISM per person) :a fisherman can go out to the 'snapper 1863 bass hatch was very successful: ; this was Indicated by Jimmy Moore, owner of ROWE'S FISHING CAMP, Suwan- I.. ,Be sure of .your, target before'shooting. Never point
banks and return with a sizeable catch of snipper{;group. ': If; a number'of Inch bass fingerlings! collected in all sam' nee, reports C:' McMillan; of Enigma, Georgia with 52 red-* I|(( )'ollrun at anything you don't Intend to kill ': .
I I er warsaw, and other lesser species. : "I' ples.,Numerous very small bass also were collected showing fish! .on Sunday, October U,,It Is certainly a "enigma" whenthese I. Don't shoot at flat, hard surfaces because the bullet
Destm's bottom fishing fleet ever improving to meet:the' a successful hatch In the spring of 1164t Georgia folks' out-do the home folks on these .October .will ricochet: ". -v
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I L' 'constant Increase of passengers, Is aiming more aridf more "The biological data shows that even though rough' fish weekends: ,1' r;: Jl'iT' } .1 ,10'Wesr''dlothhg'dab I lake$' you' easily seen by oilier
at passenger comfort on : Its fine fleet of boats The big, are, present and fishing pressure is heavy, bass reproduction At BASS'S .FISHING.CAMP, Suwannee, Wilmer McCorbin hunters Redcaps and bright hunting jackets
broad-beamed craft have been equipped with sun deck./: stays well ahead of flab caught' "Since you and your brought in 10'"reds" while John M.'' Dy lea caught W red- your life.. ,., may help. save.
comfortable lounges, and complete galleys:' group feel that past biological data la,Inaccurate. and this fish weighing 125 pounds. USE YOUR -HEAD 'AND 'MAKE HUNTING
A4 SAFE
'The: 'bla!'wave busters 'leave estlp's.skeltered! port\ from 'lake neeeds stocking, I am Including some general biological .: One old-timer, who has fished the mouth of the Suwannee SPORT., .

numerous docks each day at seven o'clockin: the morning;; I facts which should prove the futility of random ,Ioc for 39 years says, "Wait 'w. October '7. See that moon up DnaneHoa Contest Ends Oct. 31 ""
and Usually return In' late afternoon,' often entering the snug bg yonder? I'm not steering you wrong!" The Dunnellon Chamber
.harbor with their sirens sounding and the catches festooned, One adult female bass may by as many as 20,000 eggs John Eliot's recent catch of a 10 pound redfish at Suwan- ends Oct 31. of Commerce Fishing Contest
.5 around the craft for the enjoyment of the dock-watchers.' In a spawning ..1IOII..The'aduit mate.will then guard the nee reminds one of the 13-pound "red" a contestant tried to contest is Approximately 45 miles from Gainesville, this
I Destln'i bottom r fishing is a year-round enterprise'with eggs and young until they. are old enough to exist without "borrow" for the Alachua County Sportsmen's 'Association of the U open without entry fee to all who register at any

the most active fishing periods being April _through Octo protection. Wild, young have I been subjected to S' small Fishing Contest back about 1949. The prize at stake was.an. and lodges.participating motels, hotels, fish camps, resorts
Ambassador fleets
ber. t > amount of predation and. are therefore wary when they are outboard motor! Sportsmen's Rods, transis-
not protected. ', tor radios .life 'preserver,1 cushions, and boat seats are
October PrIze Math Wacasaisa River
I f 'Though summer ,time brings the largest number of visitors, "Hatchery bass are..raised In' small ponds without being Sells Edwards and Harry Zinker, Gainesville, came through bass among is the* weakly prizes.{ :The grand prize for the largest
sing of the subjected predation and are Hot wary when stocked\: I in with 15 redflsh I ,. a M| horsepower outboard motor. A nice: reward forafcetkwdtrip'p
.. prize months for action to October, when the town up to,, pounds. They fished from) WILLIAMS. t -, i
Fishing Rodeo; which has 'grown to be one of the moat pop. waters with",existing flsb populations.When Stocked In wai 1 CAMP,on the Wacasassa..When Sella,puts' a' steering ca- ? '
ulsr fishing events In this pert of the country.' ten with existing fish! hatchery. fish only become a short :;" ""}:ni "'i'" CHILDREN'S RODEO
i Increased trolling activity Is' now beginning vie,with time food source for..dl.flab.. .v: .'!! :';{.."tS' { :t. Newna l'l Lake'County'Park will be the scene of the Ala-
t i I bottom fishing for: the angler's favor., Game flab such as salt- "The comparison of.wild and hatchery young should snow :1 1i1.1! chua' County Sportsmen's Association Fishing Rodeo' 'Saturday
,fish dolphin barracuda, amberjack, bonito, and recently you that stocking tail only amount to public pacification but 11f111'} .Ar Oct 24. The boon will be 1:30: to 11:30: with prizes In

the silver,.king (tlmself;' tarpon, bavo': becoms top targets not to Improved fishing. Also 'It should point out that If 'aqr' three age groups through H years \pf age. This promises
f. i for trolling fishermen: operating from a fast rowing fleet adult bass exist in a body, of; water they will take care of ;t1'" to be fun for all-participants, officials, and spectators!-

.of charter boat*. The easy accessibility pestta to Gulf their own problems with : their .high reproductive potential FLORIDA OUTDOOR WRITERS ASSOCIATION
waters has also' brought about a great OCTUM in boating (nature's balance) The Florida Outdoor Writers Association's: Fall Convention
riffle from the guys and gals ,who, bring their, .out- Our present policy b .that we only tock: those waters that will be held at Silver Springs, Oct. 23 2425.. Among
"rJoal'dlllDlo the area for a fishing and boating vacation. are newly constructed without fish populations or those water the featured program headliners are Doug Kennedy, editor

But I tf ,U'", bottom: filing you ,want,. then bottom, fishing In.which .the existing, /lah population has been eradlcat- of TRUE' Magazine. Hal Steeger, editor of ARGOSY, and
you can have-the very"bestt Just give hospitable Deatla ed. 1. '!' Ross Allen Silver Springs.! Bruce I Mozert, Silver Springs
a try. You cant miss the place. It's right on .tine Gulf Coast ,"We hope we can be of furthw assistance In the future photographer, and 'Johnny Johnson, chief photographer for

on U. 8. Highway. M some M miles east of Penaacob.FUitocktagMSmatareUk. .1 Sincerely yours, the Florida Development Commission, .will bold forth durIng
!" eA ., PIWp G. Hester, the photography clinic. Allen Skaggs, Silver Springs host,
I ''Bobby Shlpman's recent request for the stocking: 'I.of 1t"San. I. Fisheries Biologist baa arranged for, golf at the Ocala Country Club. and a trap I

,. I -> Northeast Regional Office, Lake City" shoot at the Ocala Pistol Range. Other activities i Include a
') FISHING REPORTS banquet business meeting, hunting films fishing contest

,4 .Chairman's' Win .CricketI : Newaaa's Lab and a canoeing exhibition. Headquarters be the"Holiday
Robert Hill, and. eon iBobbie, have been setting a pace for Inn Motel at Silver Springs I

r' Tuneup: .'MltJl.H I'V LUF,".d' I IV bass .fishermen Fishing,from TUcGILVRAY'S FISH CAMP' Fall Camp Out at Crystal Lake = ,

.. a 1 they caught.JO bass up to 1 pounds 'M one day.and Brought 'The North Central Florida Campers Chapter of the Florida f'
I. f'. -. 'j hh: 1 In S bass the next rooming Family Campers Association will hold its Fall Camp. .
\ I Ugh M!scoring 'cricket tale Morton dispatched )bell a,| In the 'afternoon they slut their limit'of doves at sanchet out at Camp Crystal Lake, Friday through Sunday Oct 23-: ;t\
Wen e.u FlIIDInI 'Flell; toSunday er ball ,ts the,. bnuodaryt ;and I Field near Fort WhIte: 25. All prospective members and Interested campers are invited ;J
I ; toe Chairman's n dsfeatad wan unfortunate to be dismissed James Clark's recent! 10 tb I oz. baas with. perch pole I to attend :

I + a Commonwealth. -XI- t01 by, an excellent slip catch: at SI r' and bait tops recent bass catches .1 Roes Allen Scout Jamboree :j1l
tar T, to Nail out: T" Pi-lnitt' wanton, and appeared Lake Lsrnletia' Five thousand Boy Scouts are expected to attend ,the Annual
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\ The Commonwealth batted in good form. ,u b, cut and Mrs Cart Johnson; CARL'S FISHING CAMP, reports the Ross AJIeOi Scout Jamboree at Ocala's Silver. Springs 'j'
first/ Openers't Dtndlal and\ drive the ball to all'parts of the following 415 speckled perch brought b on Monday, October Oct. 2J-2S. This Jamboree has its own camping area and
Cbembnrkar '(both India were field He finally retired with 45 U: From Hawthorne, Frank .Tyson 30, James West 35, C.: a wide. range of activities for the thousands of Scouts who
soon on the attack. Bowlers runs, when the1 Mores We level D. Sumter 32, Mrs Ruby Manning 31. Mr. and Mn.' McGol will participate. Some eat their first alligator steak and rattlesnake t
f, Morton (South Africa) and Pruvgla leaving Gemmage and Mo He 33 the. Glbbs brothers M,"Mr.'Wilson and partner 30,' meat at this get-together. ,
: (England) ,were unable to Mahon'USA( ) to put the Issue and Mrs. Bouler 21. Other,:successful' speckled perch Any youngster interested in obtaining a copy of "The ..
::? control the pair, who unleashed beyond doubt'For the Commonwealth fishermen were Bill ,Thompson and 'partner, Jacksonville, Young Hunter" may do so by dropping by the Gainesville '
;- many powerful strokes all' side, eyed had two wickets 40, Mr; Green, Ocala, "'32,' Mr*.- VIII 1f. Mrs. Yarborough,' Sun .sports department The book deals with all phases of '
round the wicket The ,total 'for M runs, Deshpandi '(India and Mrs. Green, Maccteriny: IS.e I hunting and offers safety precautions. There ls no charge )
reached 90 before Chemburkar I ) 2 for 30, and Chemburkar Lab Santa Fe New UniformsThe for the helpful book, and the supply is plentiful ,.

I J tall to a ball from Pringle, after I 2 for,34, _--Mr.. Bobby Shipman, SHIPMAN'S FISH CAMP.' Earle- .
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joined!.iDlndbl. and together' i. (I officer J b being replaced by a new design Wildllf'l Flooring '
I they took the score aong) ,at a I t. Women's 'Officer Bob Brantlejr display the new ; t
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i rapid pace ; to form of green with tan stripes Officer Bob Phillips 8u kitI 199.
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ftMceselvobowUng changes b wearing the summer uniform of green trousers "
r failed to achieve a wicket.until I jKIntercollegiate. and tan shirt. 'I
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Oammage (England) removedSyed's Golf .. : --I "sic.SMCIAL
leg stump. Tot Indian's ; \ : << t-tt. \" .. Garcia' ABU Reflex
r contribution was 27 runs II of ", '... "'" \. :!" 'I ,48
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and .. << .1r" R. 85e ,
By JOYCE KILMER.UefF I tournament. It will be the first the tournament representative ,. .0 \UII': r r' I I .
end batsmen reached double TM W l
tall ? > Only
I Misdeal JeenaUst 1 time a national women's tourument of the School of Physical .I .. ) ,
closed figures with ,the and score the at M Innings, Dindial's 'Gals plus clubs win yield top i I er this caliber 'haspenetrated Education and Health at the U .Solunar ) I, ". )f' 'Q ua I..ty Sleeping ] at"'I'

share being 21.' flight golf far Gainesville and |. the deep South. ofF, ,said entries ran Penn ..
I r the rest of the state when the Approximately 60 women representing State, f Arizona State, University AT LOW PRICESOUlDOORSMttJSHOBlNC
For the. Chairman's team. University of Florida hosts the i 2i .. 30 anlversitiuinroughout I of North Carolina Ohio .
Morton took S wickets 'for 23 21st annual National W o men's t the United States ,State, Rollins and many other ,ri.. Gee4. T.10 .

.J runs, Cammage 3 for 14, and Collegiate golf tournament June and Canada will compete: b the I schools win compete. p,1."d TN. MM1.v-Mkw, .I'M**'.*.0"m". .MM f"ll fM. ** I .
Pringle I for 42. 21 I tournament at the V of F golf The winner of the match play ..,-.JiiiiM-i" tOLONAH TAIHI Fi 11 i Td'j;
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The Chairman's 3U suffered '..u 'VI w Hut you oil/ b. / I
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two early setbacks when h began clalraeny Palmer .,.. .. ..
men's kit HUM <" If you *: to '
of the NCAAFlotride's ,
counterpart 1 and earn points ..., ...
its Innings. Weaver (England IM. tB rt Wu$ tKK d.y M. /rfGV-Mien, N 1.1 .1.. .... ) .. !
) fell to Syed's second ball :towards making the Curtis Cup I TIM M.Mr PwMi .'. Noon In 1IaI1f.[''Iem. Low .. 5w '
and In the second over Liggett j team. .Mon/.c. ty-E. :=!.deyl N .:J...NIM .. n&unf4-Ni0 d : 'err'A1J.,1.' 1221 L UufcOTftr MM. 311-I a0a
(Ireland) was bawled by Chem Bowling Standings 'The girls can expect a full / ... Tn. Ir.f.,m low N >t u Am. N.M 4i.w M..... '
I burkar. This, brought Bosnian '-" '-" 1 week Accompanying: the regular ,=...:Mw.-= =::. MM. ... N1! $i d.y-el.a .1, t:. ;:') MN ::1t I' '
I tournament win be puttingand VIA 5A$4 ,IlOdA$4 $010 ,m, iw M nn .... .... iim emy
1 (USA) and Pringle.together, and MIaM'w' .i = P..evee L Js,.y ::.re: : d low .t II M m tnt It II ,">, r--
they took the score to 20 before I Ia.vlll'' "'_ ,. t. mtl UMMIr 4, PlwMt Pwl d O *r driving contests: picnics: : .z.. M.w'. M/.P.M.M.... Ti.--Mini N 4.41 ...... w.< I IIii MONARK QUALITYLUMINUM
the former gave Chembur :I f'::: M":Oil M IKl CK.rto :: : ,-.3..1....1 .'ss.roo. Ir 101_Cn- 'and a banquet ; _" I'Jj MT 1'.M M 1M 7 7dNI I ,m. L... M II II f m',
hat his second wkutJI I C.rm "..._ IM. C.'l I' 1. .. ayC$ ffi..,., L Big names in women'aprof.. -. .. IS "M 101 "It _..-.."" N .ff I.... Mw M BOATS
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Morton Joined Pringle, and In : a el.r..e .'IS L 'M...... ;: 1. eland golf such: as Marilyn 5E.. II..U: :.1:1d1.: 71 7 .! 1.1 I T Ufi lv-MI.. M i 11 d.m. 'f., )u Two
sound Ia_ elu.na.e. 11CIMd. ...... ,_., .. ?, ..... ...... .. Trade Loadsj Take Your Choice
a partnership these two : .......... II MM .. r Smith of Kansas University, 1111__ M tII W LM at t M M. I P."
brought the ,score to within 30 4._11 '...,. Tilt r .Ir _. LumM Nw 14 I. 5 Shirley Spork of Michigan State, 10 FOOT MONARK I QUALITY
runs of the Commonwealth toLOBANGBLE3APrred- ewl"ON..MvIIO I _. o.'OV U 1..MR ind Claudle LIndor of Wulllng.\\ Me4eI WT. K'.
:....., fit.MMM TIN t 4 0.0,..f...PtumMnf. Hum.u(< ,.-.N Drue"-"M' 17 11 I ton: State University, are pas Don't Miss Gainesville's 1030 70Ujs. 3 PALUMINUM
J :N CLAIM MM COONS k OrMMv. Mo1 ._ I.I ICv .. Collegiate
liners the !
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Newman doesn't have to tell his ,MMNMMM. w lO.IM.v111. I I TNu..t 7rS17th 1130' 10 ..... 3 $123 $217
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family( SAC w 1/ $227CI7
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major ...'"lcIcl.l.' : f 17'71UeW1
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t ; DEAR ABBY; Is then a state new lows when I couple can DEAR NOTHING: My geese lathed. yM have, b one way or ;. I'c 1 RINGO THE ..NlfBUT 'mlivhet9DSTI1PaR/AG0"S( N &ut cxf \'M ,
4th IS LITT=Rtt SMELLSQ TF+ I4 0+1Er- SLEEP WILL L05ER "j NOT SUPER-
go to be married to a hurry without blood tests,.waiting and anther trued! men guests than you blended tor reawmU MAKING HIM Ad ."T.R REMEMBER AA'ASTARECA'X.cS POSSESSIO'I!! srrriouS.BUT
all that rigmarole! lam II and he II 74 and .1 have no need Settee year lip this whiter aad watch things hap eve seat TWBOWTHAT IkTME WC VOULDNT WANT 10 f-f L-LET HIM
i for all that stuff.Wa would like to get married ai soon U possible -, ....er. OUT. -' tUP.&HtosoKKI. use voocniEF.rA s'sTi4N!!
) as his children want to put. him In a rest home. I thank. '
you. DEAR ABBY: My son is a good boy but sometimes he picks :
SARAH IN MASON CITY IA. the wrong friends here Is .what happened: A girl IM knew i c9caosl 1
from school wss baby-sitting for a lady: In a high-knead neighborhood -
DEAR SARAH Obeli, Nebraska MissMurl sad Wbctuhian so my son and a few of his friends decided to drop r (
retain bleed ...... To till Berth If yea. however, ta Mb- by and Just say "hi." \When this gM saw\tnem.through the
......, where M blood test b repaired kit then Is a five- window aba motioned for them to go'-away. Tha boys went :
day waittai feds*. To tat west at yea Is Ssath Dakota,when. around to the back door and she still refused Id let them In. r
". I a Used test IS regained, hat law Is M ....... 8* ttjsej can They were only teasing bar a little and then they tried a few
span the bleed M set the time, go to Seatk D beb. lilt ... windows She locked all the windows and CALLED TIlE POLICE
,JIll have men time then bled to spare* Mbameta. h year ? Abby it.want like the didn't know those boys _
lille.I 'I'1Iq.1fVt kids from school not tramps or hoodlums. Tap
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I e police came right over and took an the boys'down town and rwrI GUESS WHO WHO ?
I DEAR ABBY: I hive Just bid goodbye to our last summer booked then: This has caused us plenty of trouble. Don't you 'trEl1RT AN'MOpE LOTTIE BELLE STOKER
guest and I am ready for a sanitarium. I have cooked and think that girl was carrying things too far Now our son has a GOSSIP FERVe. CIE ELOPED Off AN'
cooked and my bills are an high I wonder if ru ever get black mark against his record, that .ha. will never be.able to MAW IP VE SOT HITCHED TO
them paid. I'vt run my appliances: all day and hate worn myself -' erase. PROMISE NOT "n"cl LAST NIGHT"
out cleaning and serving meals at all hours.This summer HIS MOTHER TO TELL/ RVA'SOUL .t
has been the wont! We have had one batch of uninvited guests. DEAR MOfRERs I lank the gM used good ...,..... If e s .
after another. They could aft have afforded to stay at a motel, these bays were aet"........," they wen certainly acting, ;
but they prefer our brand of hospitality., have had It. It's too, Hka ........ Perhaps yea'an tacky year sea leaned this i+ Vv
I bad people like this have to spoil it for the few,who are considerate -' issue with eary eae Mack mark against. Ms record. I lip
Ir guests, and would be welcome Sign ma "Nothing," he remembers .. r ii.
as the name I would like to cap myself right now. .wuld not.. ,* .0 \
look good<< In the newspaper. CONFIDENTIAL TO C.'AND 6.1 "As afe wa comma two -
'.!ti NOTHING by !we. wo aaf fer ... b* eee. .' tB 10 liI

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IZSB Greatest HsadlkwaWerU .'1 take of furL Men." MaJ; Win StantoaIs .e (Cater) Romper Ream MTTtR RUM ALDN6 THIS I' DON IAIITllL'J WANT CCT THUSr /
I:. a NewecepeS e News I.Perspective. a retired army .officer irS a hay MCKINO A NICI 'MILl 0Ii' THRIf FOR
who e Jack.Lease DON AND TMINO HIM TO HNMEK,..AND SIT UP
thinks America
ChUtssusa see Ricx AT Tat K Cf NTM I MCI WITH SOMePlOMU..AJiO' r
1:11. .09 News, Weather .:. a Bewitched youth needs trailing and n:. Make Ream tor lpoa IV-ANT'
SpsrlsN Samantha offers to bell diadpUne-eomethlng like Dotty DU"-I CDItIMU L
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Weather portent new approach te in the MSB's' e Cameras...*.. I
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1:11 fl News Highlights but Darrta tarns "Conflict of Interests." Wade I
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I e News that her assistance would I for a British drama .1:. e e Newt
4It" 0 I halt CellegeIN mean witchcraft Gas it I critic who's sung aa tlM CeaeoatnlloaAadyefMayberry

...... Cut includes Charlie Rug- angry young playwrightfor \ e ,
a Rffleaan"The glee David White. libel and they find UiSI S Cater) Jeopardy
that opposing 1 McOsysUiM THATS V.av KIND THAT WILL, '1'HeAdWAiN'T
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Red Badge of Cour. "What's Different About t l Wright's lawyer b m.i osrT00Ar euT wHin1 My ,
anal battle of the .CehrilSsyWaea TOMOpONi
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"r' first battle Andre Murphy surprisingly mature teenager Maria Sklodovika. PolIsh UU a iS Newe1N 1 w.
Bill MsuUta. (Two who can't reconcile' S
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Ctlktm Patties of radium. Crier e Setae* .
Habits I. of the gristly bear .:. a Password Carson.,' Walter Pidgin.Henry Lei's Make A Deal
and mountain line; Actor Douglas Fairbanks Travers (Two 1H a News
earth's moon; folk music [
and actrar Betsy hours) Fawned
of Thailand. Palmer give word 11:. S a (CIIIr) lebaay I.NS Lanka Yseng Whi&wlalow M..1utyI.e Mt A MtT M T 5 hO I c l K
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a production Brftaln'aAaaclated'Redltfuslon. t -t duO/R fAlt[Rf
a mysterious signal that S : Bye I
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from within tilt Seavlew. '1. e e Basal '
He suspects that one of (Cobr) "Welcome Back 1:1GMe t MOslisutlenu. .:. a Match Gaaae j II
his 'three........ Is Kevin. Nary plays Cupid !:. Paster's Stody flg9 MCeTti MaWM4.tf I
keeping someone posted again when. she plata e (CaasrkUrtoakbsrtBM .... ....... ;
on the suVl posit**. surprbr party for the 1:11 a Flom w 11ame7iS S News .
7:. a DaaW BOOM Baxters' nephew Kevin, TodayLV 4.. O leave tt to leaver I

,"A Short Walk to .... who! baa Just returned! seal News Washer Beet ef CMS*** .. .
em." Simon Clrty plays from the service.lalnsef I 7N0 Ranger Bel e ...... TZ ---r I f
IfiI1..111d M do his three S .aftea .. ..
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-After some sweet woman under me ..ar. to come If you want to weigh an energetic and also makes I ........ gatMrs. .
wre4 to teO ua that she took to the top of me bed so M can pup got III the scale M. D J.' i(
[garters from bar girdle and at- be IDIIW hick ear IM Ctftan. and weigh ,..... Thee pick eo !lyd
them to her blanket a 'Tab RTTRA11 bikes ..,. up your. darling. and get beck Dear .... *! RCCiY p'JTYMNT !
[ aba could bathe bar Manto tarts OM kbnkata and kelps to an the scab.Natonly.' My husband T17WiLww.e 1R7U'LLNi
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[ her sheet to keep M from keep them cban! the difference b '/ ss
when I rip out a seam with a +ii! tf f
Fattdbg off thr hue Wed I Now my husband caat putt weight Ja J'f.! weight ef year rasor Made as he thought up
bin a beta slur.I .
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keeprlg the top abet ea ear ers to bb side ef the bed [Tier, so right. .end this Made half-way bets a big.
heel. aad vase data rose. .wttmbmamad. I rehd aba works with 'cork stopper, Itavtog tost aaeedge
.actor what yea an mbkbg! try t!. ......baby.Dearmtteiee ) of me Wads ...... San.
lAranf' al kastnafc aIDe a And aT yeasr' ha?) OUT ....... II MI,. f
lit casaea to getting man I h. pun mat slat the blanket Mary Lea
thek'.harsh the bad awn?) cant poasmhjr stab or.... ettb.r I : Aid waosl harvest? +ffq.w.
[I cot off bar garters tram an I tried a! aMnbabtat'rdkfcetopnssfyea -..-.
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20 Gainesville. Sun. Thursday October. 22 1964, ,

VOTE, Sabbath Service

.j. 'HAYDONBURNS .* With Your Men :jniS ryjce.-l UwB-Nal'Sabbath fTiH:services Israel*will at Congrega-be'.

Airman First Gait John A. lously served at Walker I AFB. Army Specialist Four Berry ship.USS'bidnawi.iWnilam tory and organlzatioii aWui Wit air I o'clock at,the Rnldcntlal''FIXTURES; Commtrelol.
syrtagopie, SW Second Place
I Whitehead, un of Mr. and N.M. W. Belyew, eon of Mr. aDd t ship ordnance and gunnery, I I Indiwrrlal' '
Mrs. James G Whitehead of Las ; The alrma '. wife Carolyn, Mrs. Harry ,PV Belyew ,'of D.' Beck; 17,' son of military drill first aid and aurvival. and SW Second Terrace. I II" CALL
.J Vegas,. Nev., has'arrived for Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville, recently was graduated Mr. and Mrs Absalom M. Beck .Upon eotnpteting the program I
duty with an Air Force Commu- William T. Bryant of 4719 E. from the Seventh U. S. of Hawthorne, has,begun.tas-, recruits are assigned to C. P. Dressler
; ALL-FLORIDA nications Service (AFCS) unit University Av.., Army .Non-Cfcmmissloned Officer Ic training at the Naval Training service schools for technical Alcohol is classified as an I Electrical Contractor
t 'at Clark AB, Philippines. A gradual of Gainesville (NCO)' Academy. In Bad Center,Great training or to ships) ,and. stations anesthetic, related chemically to flO N.W,411I St.
GOVERNOR I Airman Whitehead, a radioequipment. High' School, l1a. attended .the Tolz, Germany. ( ether and chloroform. I When FR 66193For
I' 'd. ,./Iv.I I The' nine-week' wkes"JJ1.1 for training ,in, a>Navy taken in large enough quanti-! rhone
repairman UF.
prevr Specialist Belyew received
=. -- I eludes"aval orle rating speciality. lei it will put a person to sleep. ,
and ex.1erclse I
.. training In leadership
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of command, map read-II I '
r e John the "' of FABULOUSFair top-qititify vegetables .
... Airman Second Class bII.- htatorj weapons
.. G. Bailey son:of Mrs. BettyE. and military. teaching m... t h-
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Baxley of 7 NW 36th Drive,, ods. *-'*" Kill

has arrived, for duty at Osan In ,
SHOE STORE ; Belyew a gunner Battery Art ''fl! ("Id tr t '
I AB Korea. C. of the 83d Artillery's U Bst- ,
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AlrmanBaxley, a'vehicle op talon near :Budingen Ger- WORMS,
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II I MEN'S NAVY! LASTOXFORDS orator, previously served at many, entered the Army"July ,
Oxnard AFB Calif ERS
t 1962. FIRST. MIME IN GAINESVILLE WO ,, "
The airman is graduate of
a He Is a U5S graduate of Com .
Gainesville High School. >His ing-Ark High ScJIo L. SHOWING and SALE ,APWOS. '
I wife, II the
Pamela
daughterof
FRIDAY NIGHT b SATURDAY ONLY'
FRIDAY ,
.Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Burgess '
-.,UATHH $ A44 of Rt. 1, Gainesville. Richard L. Crews, b'qst-; ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS with new
UrrusQOOOYIAR r
'. r I- swain's mate third,classt'jtJS-" Over.200 original o\\\\ paintingS'from 'Am.rica'.'top
CG.' son of Mr. Levers t t artists and from 40 European
: over contemporary
wars Robert E,: Daniel!, shipfliter Phosdrin
I M ;i Crews of 102 NW Mth Ave.,: artiste
LONOWfAR.
second class,; USN son of Mr. It a crewmembtr of the CoastGuard .
,
INS COMPOSITION Don't itS.tf1it. these '
EarL Daniel of 1320 NW Hth opportunityto purchase exciting .SUOT5OIDi'
r $OUJCOMPARI SIZES' Rd., Is serving aboard the guided Cutter$ Mendota training"& conductini'retresnsr at- .,works of.art at low introductory, prIces:,Come '! :.Mggtf,vegetable profits will be yours when yon stop csi)

AT,57.95 ,6 to 12 missile 'frigate USS MacDonoughiwitli Guantanamo Baf,,Cuba. and fee for yourself. W.'promis. you on InterestingPhone bags worms, cabbage loopen, aphid and. other fottagW,
Irhoaddq
the Sixth FleetIn dertrorfa, ""bMcti.UMrikMdrm!
'j : CHILDkt.N'S SliDES the Mediterranean out Mendota of Wilmington:J normally, N."t C.TiU operates. : t.d \ kffla'en fast.U protects setts'crops'ai cnN
( r .MacDonough left the United ; ..flower oabbagsv: broccoli and others.And you caa use!,
.. t. State!'I4 July for duty in the > .1oR.y11 Fhotdrln to within a few days of harvest without barmftd',
j I Mediterranean and is scheduled Vfarmt .Foe beat results,follow label instructions 'tDon't
\ Capala'Job. A. HeUrfegel
i : to return to Charleston, S. : gamble your harvest with foliage lIOCU. Stop'them
rand of Mr:and Mrs. Herman
C. in December. son
OFf R' quick with Pbotdrin and see the better-quality
J MacDonough visited Naples, it'Heurfefel) of"1213 SW damage-free you'll send to market.
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'\ Italy.In early August,.-where First Ave. Is a member of Med ft 6ta *T> U\
up ium Marine Helicopter Squadron
the ships officers and mm,had '
tie opportunity to tour he city, Mir ...>(_ AmXilfore Seed Company
,- (RegularlyCut Price 3.99 up) visit the island of Capri' ,the ancient The squadron recently participated 372-4247 2317 S.W. 13th Street C VXV ;1MMes:o< AifcW Seed Compaq
j : Uses 5 Vi to 1Z 12 M36.99. city of Pompei l, pitS Mt. In carrier qualifications
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Airman Third t Class j JtHftarl .
L Mn of Mr.-and Mrs. '
KeOey
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i :: BASKETBALL ,SHOleS Offlori Kelley of Lawtey has 4t WE'RE ,LOADED -a

\ = TENNIS (raduatad from'the technical .u :' .. ,",
"I t'II) r. .. training Force jet course aircraft for U.mechanics S. ,Air i I We mwt rWt VK ;immrtory to make room for now Christmas

:::: Heavy Duck'White at Amarillo AFB,.Tex. ,. r j ,rr ? t r h awn aadiio 'tWf' U: 1i rIvIIII :Jolly..,. So YOU,SAVE during our... .
Airman Kelley, who was ...
:: With Extra trained to repair current Air :
Thick. Green $88. Force Jet fighters;;'fl'.being as- : : ; J ForiODAYSONLYROYi : : '
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: Rubber signed to a unit of the U S.Mr ',:- I .
Forces In Europe (USAFE) '. ,
.: Mes I ig"a; In Spengdahlem AB, Germany.The .
SIZES PAIR ] airman Is a graduate ofIJ
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( : LADIES \ \
DRESS HEELS :\ James M. Alps. storekeeper "
,third class, USCG; son of
: S560 (fmnf '! : TO #t of Ha?thorn*, Is a crewmanv
bar of the Coast Guard Cutter
:.. PRICES GOOD THROUGH SAT 2hautauqua on ocean station. in
the Pacific.
-
: While on station, Chautauqua LADIES
Gir1'o
dad G1L to 1
.. SELF SERVICE
It i acting as a navigational aid
r w ships, relaying weather Informa- MIN'S sail WOMI*'$ PA i&. PEDAL \

.. for' transPacific aircraft and AS
SHOE STORE ships, relaying weather informs- UINO lS PUSHERS.
ion to the National Weather 6.14 .
w USE CENTRAL CHAIGI AND LAYAWAY Jureau. She also stands readyfor .' ,, .. .. w." I
I 0,.. M... th. Set. t ...,. 'tit t ,.... search and rescue missions.The Wire 57c
,I :;: 915 N. MAIN ST.' :;',:'ODCPA "U cutter normally operates SIZES r: $1.47, $1.00

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vrsdey. ...... 22, 1964 "......\\10

Giving The United Way PsychiatricUnit Teaching Ass'n 'D pI.oJ"es', '


1'1' Work Charges hy Politicians BRUNCHBAOVER;;

Trains Scout Leaders
On ScheduleAlachua
TALLAHASSEE A resolu- Copies of the resolution were,; NBC
General lion deploring "the use by any sent to representative newspapers TELEV
Hospital CHANNELS 2 6-
By PAT WILKINSONWhen trustees learned candidate for political officeof throughout the state and to :

a neighbor knocked 01 Miss Three Ball Games? of the hospital's Tuesday construction newUbed unsupported charges of subversive Mayor Haydon Burns and Rep.1rl'NlntaUve FRIDAMORNING
acts or opinions among Charles Holley. ,
your door in October last yea psychiatric unit Is '
and asked that you give "1114 i "oo schedule" proceeding members of the teaching profession In a business meeting after .

united way" part of your money Scouts Learn To Decide Hospital administrator Edward during the in Florida"annual fall was meetingof passed the resolution new officers i. ,
were elected These
went Into a character-build Included
Clarkson said '
minor
ing project for 2000 boys h I only the Florida College English Robert L. Zetler of the Univer. \, OCT. 23rd
for in
Discipline that qualifies boys training military academies delays are anticipated in com Association which was held of
sity South
Alachua Bradford Union am and outer-space programs Is born of experiences like pleting the estimated $9J.000 addition here Saturday on the campusof Dr Florida presidentand
Gilchrist Counties. the one which occurred to eight boy scouts who arrived too by Its Feb. 1 target date. Florida A4M University I of Robert Carson profes 11:30: fill
eon humanities
The Fun d I at the University
United Community .
-
late the of FlorioV'OIe
to usher at recent University MIsa"tootbaD Trustees also accepted 14 The resolution stated: '
gave $IOIIIIG to the North Florida of Florida, vice president. 1.
1N.1
game. bids on equipment for the new "Resolved The Florida College .dvNNsti,1 NSMr
: The ,
| meeting the z woimmiirtCWm
Council of the Seoul was first C
Boy When told to five of the late did. Three
home scouts
go unit Clarkson and board chairman English Association de- ever held the MrCMIrmM 011owI bm.. CI
on Florida
of America for operating expenses AIM .
stayed to give excuses. Adult leader Dr. Marian Forsman. Dr. H. J. Stevens will:plores the use by any candidate 'campus by the FCEA
It enabled John G
trained by professional scouter John Sims with the help of study bids this week and contracts for political office of unsupportcu --
Sims district scout executive I y
,
United Community Fund made a quick decision.
money will be awarded at a' charges vi subversive acts
', In Gainesville to travel 15,000 Foreman who was supervising boy scout ushers at the special meeting next Tuesday or opinions i among members of'
j' miles in 1964 to train 'Co u I t told the scouts could and usher but 1 .... .
, game tardy they stay In other business the board: the teaching profession In Flor- .Wonderful
.
leaden and to start new scout --
could not attend the three remaining home
games. -Awarded a one year con Ida. We call upon all candidates '
groups. After a short conference among themselves, they decided to tract for hospital bakery supplies to recognize the devotion FOOD
have shown that I
"Surveys forfeit one game Instead of three and went home.ed to Bell Bakeries. Inc. of and integrity of our professionand I '
people think the federal governI : ;;',
Gainesville.. Amount of the bid to address themselves to I Delightful
a
ment finance scouting,
I but that's helps not ," said Sims that the membership has tie ..... like High Sprbgs, was $1T2 per month. problems of improving educa-i

"I'm hired so the people from grew 41 per cent the past sot large enough to have a Awarded a one year contracts lon in Florida. We ask all candidates _,9 DRINKS
: contributions.by Foar years but toe contribution United Community Fund will be awarded at a to work for higher ....1 JulJdI )

voluntary from United Community ; drive whose. Rotary Club. and Ice cream to Foremost arles for bathers more democratically y Beautiful
United Community Faad Fund money bas .b e I collects almost $JM yearly tto Dairies distributed opportuni-' I wtr
.
at a coot of tl 022 per .
money kelps cosmic the only $SN more each year. support lisle scont-werk.. month. ties for students both In qualIty -, : DECOR
scent program ef character of Instruction and In finaiial f
development, dtlseaialatraining I In the Gainesville area there When Sims, acting as Designated the hospital I aid). Increased facllltlei :
k+ and physical fitness. are 35 sponsoring Institutions "preacher, teacher and sometimes uxlllary/ administrator of t h eDr. for libraries and class ) -. \Ourteous

h t Sims says "1&'. no coin such as churches and school boy playing Indian" goes W. C. Thomas and C. W. and above all a new araNSERVICE

yt, cidence" that n ef the N TA's, that ease the financial out to the Isolated districts be Goodwin nursing scholarship In meeting 1'00IIII./l ; .
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astronauts have been scents burden of scouting by letting may tramp through swamp Mi ds. Clarkson said the two accounts 'challenges of free education In r II .1

five .. then Eagle scoots.4a scout groups use their buildings and over rough terrain to country now total about $2107 a tree society. I 0101. p.ly art yours

Sims also says that 10 percent for meetings They also providethe schools in search of leaders 'at .

of the cadets at Wes troop committees and volunteer the-I to train and organize new scout Honor Guest Art Classes I 'C
leaders to supervise
groups.
Point and Annapolis military
1 academies are Eagle scouts scout groups I He says he often wonders if h Feted At For Children GENERAL GAINES

and almost 71 per cent of there II there a Gainesville citizen one of the boys who gets the opportunity Children art classes spun STEAKROOM
'who doesn't think United Community to become a scout Boyf Club
have been scouts.
!IOred by the City Recreation I i 1900
United Community Fund Fund money is important might not grow up to be president I Opt and the Gainesville Fine S.W. 11th Strt.t Fer Reservations ,Phone FR 6-826C
: asks Suns some day at le.sl'' National Boys' Club Board
;. money trained leaders like Dr. to scouting, or Arts Assn are scheduled to bt-

if'' Harry Evans prominent Ala. Without the services it provides an army chief of staff. Member Gordon Jeffery of Toledo gin Saturday. ---, ,. _..
\ chua County citizen to teach Sims says the number of scouts When Lt Gen. Harold Keith Ohio was west of honor I I.t Registration 1 la open to children 1

first aid to boys like Kenny would drop to one-half in one Johnson, the present army the Boys' Club Tuesday afternoon 4 In the second through sixth
0'Steen, P. K. Yonge football year and to another one half ,chief of staff was sworn Into The Boys' Club Choir
trades .
player. It was Kenny who, with the second year. Finally only ,office be gathered his advisors under the direction of Roy I The clauies will be held from .
+ quick thinking several years a "club for rich boys" would ,around him and gave the scow under the direction of Ro y
f : I 9 I until 11 a.m. each Saturday
/+ ago saved Ms leader's life in a 'Detractor leu. oath! Wolf, gave a special musics it the Recreation Center. St i,,

accident Without enough scout there program In Jeffery's honor. .. ,

One out of four boys In the would be no summer camps Elephant Tale] Howard Weems, club presl-I ,- /dfa .

f United States between the ages .No store In Gainesville would dent presented Jeffery with a JC'T.
i : I f I
of eight and 1$ are either cub I maintain a headquarters for Feature At Boys' Club souvenir key chain) G Men scot! '
scouts, boy scouts or explorer I scout supplies. Scouts could not and briefly spoke In welcominghim "J RdyiJdiet

r scouts For every $10000 I raise the money to keep a professional to the city. I -.-- e. .

Gainesville people want to give I like Sims around to Story Hour Jeffery la former director of: LAST NITS wa
tows sat
Aar Res.
llllydll.
their Council, Sims promises I train the needed leaders. the Ohio Highway Patrol and OPSN 0'. lie iOTH 4.

1,000 more boys will have the Suns' salary! travel postage Story time for children aged Bureau of Motor Vehicles, and IIIOW 0N I.N i CAT Hit M SiN

opportunity to become scouts. I and many other expenses must 3 to 7 wW be held at the Gabesvllle has been active In nationwide'

MIa 1$ yean 1 cold op the I come from the North FloridaCouncil's Public Library Friday and statewide civic affairs for'I'''' I WANT MY LOVER

.r number of scouts la the Alachua C $140000 yearly oper- from J:IS to 4 p.m The storytellers several decades Jeffery represented KILLED .

district from 2,901lo sting budget. will be Miss Harlem the late Hon Herbert I

; Use," Sims ..... He explanvNOTICS This 15 county .council with :Marks and Miss Charlotte Uddstlom Hoover chairman of the National -
0?iLl -' wadquarters in Jacksonville, : The stories will Include: Boys' Club Board In his'
TO: fnt I.ur4 '"The Hungry Leprechaun," II I IMr
ij Gmrrt OMImryVw receives $90000 from Jacksonville :Boys' Club visits I
i HISS slug. r/a.:/.iIlIM thit IM M- citizens alone. The rest '"You Never Can Tell" "Little Jeffery was present at t he I

.NWIM IMIH"T.I., Ont III HSf PorI ". tttnes: from other cities in the White Hen" and "How the Elephant -Moose Lodge Tuesday D -
.:, MAV-IlNI will, M Mid M ...:: Council:: like Gainesville There Got His Trunk." where a class was labt.1 ITS OCR BIRTHDAY AND WK ARE .(: .r. R'-'TIPtG---'- ;
N N 0 )5 .m 'cMCS M Sw
lay it N In I .. ..,......... --.. -- ..".._. 24 AM Silo isU'THEY
ft'.2'!. : '..M are I2 UISUM.VU' vcvuuvciincluding Beginning Saturday then will to membership In his honor.: '
!tr 51 ._
i Sill will ...... 'OM aroc.;-ow-,;;/- Sims-in the Council .......... CALLED HIM Mtirr.lNC YOU SAf'I"r..11I4T! ARENAMrAcnc: YOU
.... it N _' .reelO'S ..... he another weekly story hour ... .. I EDDIE" '
v so 5s.11 "' ''' 1": .r .. "FAST ,
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MM Sib N."pUbllMIlM fI/ red owl tI,MtlCt, v11dc1.N HW and. ."..'.". I for children of ages 111 It will .. ...-- PAUL NEWMAN WIIX KKHKkBER fAIL YKAK r..oM CJ '

111 N S's ..11Ntia1 M tile' MIAu. '__: Sims says some communities be a regular weekly feature
1111/., tile _"Hfinti e" n:1 tkefar ewa Inscouting. between 10:39 and 1130: a.m. I THE HUSTLER
'I ninclne tl wM mIN vnl Any tar- pay way SPORTCOA
Vat. will to MM H you act W will He appurods the lityf TS Di sS SLACKS
nmcln llaftlff for any bal.nc* rwntlnIrf l"" The theme of the stories for '. ... STARTS FRIDAY
, unpaid" undr MM contract. A NOTICS ........
A t II Not,, IncMM 7w UnlwiHy .) Ponds" WIN raulMfc the first several! weeks will be RIcKofd Wldmar Y... '.Ii 1..., ... ....
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THE LONG SHIPS"
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ON SOCIAL' SECURITY "I favor o sound Social'
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10. 1.11 Security system and I wont to tee it strengthened
I'....... bids 511 M a.ssad it .M AM R--
I wont to
sit M N41MN .. IS Ow sties see every participant receive 199

of Sr M's..leYNL ONeiw Llesss-OfoI I all the benefit, hit system pfovtdW And.I 1 2'f; tS5OO

00.. 0.5MM a_ 01.111.1NUy wont to ass these benefits paid in dollars with 1
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purchasing power Mentally, .
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M.IHOINIIYI 55 IOlIWt TV pf. .iK- s.>i, o free economy which produces on evergrow CASUAL SUCKS $499

1-Til-. WlUj.IHM .. PI0l. ..... ing abundance and on ever-greater opportunity : D..e.e ,..,.... .... C.Ne.: ,

i ) M.,.. a for all. In ttlit framework Social Security I OXWaefc c.tt. i '

has a vital and 'legitimate rol. '.' We.r erMBTSIOXH s..f.ritM. j .g 4
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A .....AIJETIEMUllicl ON THE UNITED NATIONS "for nineteen years, .... :: _'
the Communists haw held the United Notions \ SHORTS j.ii i

+ Dr"". '- in contempt. They hove repeatedl/ under TH SHUTS ." Eny ai" s.....,.. Llys.ert

"ugh/lnI mined its operations and its principles Aowh1. ,...... 1R G..,*nt..W Q ntyfase.
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a Should the Red Chinese Piano In effect. t*.e* Lsss. Ww

their won b, the Charter would be all but a 3.
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would be forced to undertake o serious reassessment 1 ,

of its bare commitments The OYS' DRESS4IP flai
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it is a useful forum 'It can still provide machmery ,.. SIH. a- Icy Woo/ o r .

for valuable conciliation among notions CeI.r Tea Neak OROw !! .

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achieving I its real' goo I*." I

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SOOKKEIPIOIAPPI OIL COMPANY mada manvar.M WHY PAY RENT whan yot can
"! ls t.N st I at am*) Mr Oalmavllla KITTENS FREES QUALITY awn nil al1 CITIZENS'/ RANK ... .Rapid. _afK manl. LI_ I .....,.ray. IM4 NW Sills It.sll HOMES INC. '3T makila, .dam* far 134.11 mat
ANNOUNCIMINTS I M 1rN.i. 5.501. MIl" 5151 cor [ :372.101.. aalnawlll lot a, PratraM T,. CL MNwy d'
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win ar without family.Raotaurwt mparMnxa. haiplul' kut nalnacauary. Stb !
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ILttT ,..... CURS GIRL Oar M M I AM II AM, t PM CLEARANCE SALE _...... mMN.. 15.1155. Many 2 BR under $4,000USE
; 4 PraMlUa sIMON WANTED PM. Na 51... calli .PIMM.MM SEE US TODAY floor #*. 7 year .flnancln*.
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THESE 4MOCM I TrM WsmNss NatkaaPtorMt NW inn M.WANTIO _Iranlnl ....,day.16W.rk BUTTS of 775145,5 0.1.11" 55 U. L 14' ,II. RENTALPURCHASEPLAN

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( laky llttora CMM Cars .....lIle........ land ...llkatlonito TOTAL COlT
1. P PlacM T* 0* And p.o. Sat nt ,LADY 111. 1515_"f.1 1 155.5.0n1r 11 0.11 ous.wor r...... NW 13th St. WYATT- OP CONTRACT. WILL' II LEU4yr.

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to Mold TftamM DatwaM hn. WANT PULL TIM! EMPLOY. Trailer Sales I
M I ..... an4 IM sal tilt DAD AND BRAD LARSENLAKE
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4 flj .'; / AUTOMOTIVIMAIrplM ".m.. to ||.w p m. N* M.,.. w/ka ncwnmandatliM.Call It N 54 SKYLINE hauwlrtllr OENEVA
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": ft True Nantak ill Nl ln< II. N* ....ISis calls and Iwal. ........ 'In 1tn 111.5, ? Sprhgs Slvd.P111511 5"r, nbulll: 1554able.
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1.mall 1511 151111 w"Swhits .._" mWoil fit- adhutor. tralnaa, oailraa, bk .to 1.55117 M 5515115 Ap1Vu.Im.I.I oIl dliplpy' .In _" .1 PlarK IP44 10.M 1 !'", .KrW no. NPrn
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INN nil tntrty. .. .... I..., Id 511155.RAILER .tow i qully and ,"!.
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MARTH..I'OI" 371.0104 Mk tar
A In car OaMnvllia MILMIRY ... !
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: 4 KUOMALIZID URVICITOUR. ..,.. mirth' 1I.1uI rM.r. YOUN9 MAN 141) Warm P551w1ni .. ),.. I P M.
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511 s. Sot .11-10 cs0a5.slll. par
b, J : Tools UUCATIOHALWMwK. ..... EXP NOT MUCH. SEASON IOU i .Irk Minus.
IIAUTT 'DUN511 LOKraprawiMlva WANTING.. ar Illi TO NORTHWEST II LOTS FOR SAL
\ tiolrll' 11 ,.... lit Nls Mls Home
I. to eakwnlltola TRAILER SALES
I N /dlssIs I InItrvclltll IPSNO. Gel to apandt
.. H. ., Imrnart ParkitomutlM 12 M." H.lp W...... manay SuH114 .
r .. : .lta Danclnp Call _.re altar I:M ".M. PR 1701 Wild Road 04.1.At MulHul bulidlnf' "'" N. W. Iran
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wr lntMnc4 tldf. ISIS !NI OUR 1167 AZAL.A U' 015I MARY MOEUER.
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,\ SINIY M 5 Oud5N. full HIM Hnrmmil PM,,11.| ... Scktaib lnttnctlMiCtaH R, Ito bilhl Very loW down 01' W' U" ly AN.W .
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: iHDIITHAN'U5INIIU LAW BAIRD MOBILE C> 41s.oo.Jl. .
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J 14 I. Vnn. A**. J7177J4Opaa Mrs fir 11.011 ...... lie .. Cauraaa-Claaaaa. away 1155. Small 10" VI N loll
I '-: ( >>3 G MIlt Hill WMMM ntonto. by appt.lIARH p.rMcs n.CU55ry. 5IaMM1.N new for"l... HsiI', ., HOMES. BALI OP. RENT McrHIn Ii :
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tonlton to DIlIVI'"I.' ,...- room, ,,"... 110. _room will M .
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t :: W MMn1 WN. oases sod .... Jet Ml 441 : t
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Plants .lGL L.i| ..... I'..... and
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'''Ii' ..I SPICIAL NOTICtt Mlllnf sod. Mm mXHitl ATTEND pirat laawi fraa.Mil .
'; IMtr. MM must km fun tnt Call W1J7J7.
NW *ll II
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I. t5rlllsilMR .ISr Oe5555 711 N64JJa WrlU M 414-A Mr* II CIVIL SERVICE 2 Miles South on C
Pad ft Pail_ .. Ir.siso. It. 0CItIItt OMnnvHI KM. lntrvlM. Mil l._...*''- Par Information C
1 Stoves N LINoIIIII S MNNIN.. I.... k* IMU Mk .. NmmMr IWANTIOCMpI 55111..5.1... 1 5-15,11 ....
Loss WUIOHT INN Kay TralnaM" Mrvta. 111 W.
If Lau N1M11 TN III t1'-: *r *M>r IMU I* Adam II. .ctSanON. U.S. 441
-:-. N MI ft t....... D.x-A-Dl.t 551,1 wills _" 55MI. 510111.E 55011[ SALES use,
Radios _. Only N ClI5y1Drw6.- 51.55 = M N.N11 .M tIICII..... HIGH ICIIOO5.
N L'-II W55Nd far .. 63517. tt name.. In* kaMtot, A m a r ISM

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1.a pr Mlsry plus In 1M. .
ONSNeNI.S. 5155 .III H.'. Mellen, 50.11155151115517 ......1I1t, 22 Sptdil ....1_
.. FR 6.5123 J. M. 51.1.*. Psr5.lsal OMI.1.
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N MarkjtptlMMr I I can M 5150. M pry Mina
i Aa r .. inonp "' ,. Mud k* 5.d.Ills SERVICE 372-5209 (
1.. R. wishMERCNANDISI P5C.d 'rtf5"6'- CaMfcla *t atackini, Ins.

j .y.. Jewelry PIRtONALIZIO car for kitanniundar Mrd CIrNu. Gnury.6iilr. N W 24 Fr. 14.1.*..** t

aM 15'i". Prlvita kprn*. ,.... A... S MII'IIIIVIC' '-'' ",. MDDIL V AViln TIIA"DII BRAND NEW '14'. AT TREMENDOUS SAVINGS! ti

.1 W..1d M SwMsMssr 117 IW M PI.arancaa. STATION An.NDANT. WITH CULTIVATOHt.. ".. Call
( 114 ,... 01... Apply" 510x. M Alachua' ","..
M ft TMUulMM i CAlli methsY1.55005
CHILD
Bicycles .....
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I e N HwuMlald ...1111dl ANTENNA .lank "' .... InataNa.ttora '
r. TV Sets A51 s51 TINY TOT an*) ....rc.. Phona PR. t.4X1 FOR mar*lALr, uoi Pay.I'and palemtn tort toRuartor *

Mr MlTnMmi hawarri TV Antannawrvlc ....... us* Pony ..ddly '
PtHPart PLAY SCHOOL *. IIP W. Univ. Av.. uaad BJ. _1111. ON All 64 MOBILE HOMES .
? \111ft .. 55. IN for yswssSS.H .1LISMAN
J ClothingCameras soot: NOW-IAVI LATIN. M,.
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Its ...h MsIM SMU.N Art 303151 must M ........bIt.JMJI put H'lnil" paulbia' prk* ,lot
II FlMALI NILF WANTID .., PRICES START AS LOW AS '
CIIIIII 1MaI. P65II sirs wsd.ys.SXPIRIINCID ky lIlACS advmapa at our INS.os .
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prepr"m 555fh Ills
Subs Ia5M. ..M5I LAS TECHNICIAN' ,AND PORTER STOCKMAN WANTED rant* pullatt. laptamoar IhrMgkOclobsv.
Ft Matted MmMMlMRIAL 1 ragnf lady wok ki :In* Mh : sO NP'. C.N II PM ic Galn.wllls 5 Al.chue. .
: llecm" appTy"w7f. ef" Plan PR. 11057 5 MM
Ikal lak P prafmalv c* ar OrSd
'T: Antiques lam callit dMmlitry" ar r.> ..-... HwppliWANTIO .. C1M5 IIU. Ill NW MM IIivd .
ISTATI FOR SAUMaknt lto ..,.,IoM. ft.....," daalraktoplkanto ....11 milk' null PUS .1LI. M ...... Aar.s
bus _....,. IdlNM NI.IY. Mia ..
Mamai tIP latoMUto us man, ass M-4J m.II.. kandaM I m yn. ill 11 .n
Furniture 5155. .11 weros" s cool tar "o.''"I .". 'lu.ury ,lot-
Apply to Haracnal also MCsrIIss's
HP IMMWMtrlr 1- P511110 10 551555.1.1, .. 515. 1 lIIocII eoIIIrIt .5eut 5 yrs $3795.THEY
.... : ,y. '; ** PftpriM w cannal k* *mplyd9ngtr Dairy. PIMM 4IMS7I ..... partact tor .... I Mack
1. ". \ HUM a yaar thauM nil ap* for -'. I _!I..... N ..... M. 4 lood d.5. I
Livestock MMPM ftp .*.. "". Call for I ptfwnal. MtoratawV44S74. .0d5 and *M Mr ....
'( MCMfM MT Ills PROFESSIONALINS. I"r La>. City.
Van A. May Anolytlcol Dlr. I
V llMl MM txthant PENINSULAR CO. 10 PITS i SUPPLIISSIALPOINT

( Diamonds' tt UNI tills w..... CHEMRESEARCH. INCAn Mew Kai 1HI1... for nwnttan..
.M OrlaMa > Oalnamlll .... SlsmNi kIlMW lust
IV Out.. tf TIM Prtptft squall ippartunHy' linplaiipr.PART pMlllma hav* t tuarm. 11.11' to -I mill. 1 15 mM. '
'M' .TIM! WAITRIIIMpHcattoni told aalary. 14134 and avarwrlla pliyful/ towliwj Slid klslMn. 515.non. ,: 65 MODELS WILL BE ARRIVING SOON I
; Fish Poles II MIMM Pnisr55.sA MO btlnt" IMan at atrat.M par cant land cam.AINTIMAHCI P5.0.441311TUIKISH
RN15s5Nr 5155151 KINO I POOD MOST RI1T. _l /_ III core II ..... .
104 IW IlK ITRE1T manapar f. 0. .. 143 onw SNAP DOG pupl.l55CNN51al -

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) dam551/rll$ Ills papvlsr, pricH nwchMle. apa 1*. 5515155. 511..
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hair ",,-WII.. Earn auk p1, aakar -' haaltn, lam At Thin PrtenMOIUIUOMISAUS
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\ 5551151 SSiIm1551IIN., PMNi PR 511wMss .55511. Wit .1dMrISastIs1
Auto TiresAquariums 44IJ4 ar writ P.asal III, ---". 0151,51 II* ...... aid. MM Had aim aarmad.
Oalnaivlllt ".. toiawtado. II laundry and. klMnM' I Ifavlllul .... Call N
I VI Cttonf ,-w. *Mtala44Cattapi 55115155.11 '-11II 54515.1 _*m ar PR. Milt u

) L ::7 Mr Rtftl4iP I s........... Sc.1On111.WANTIBarator. MMINN. 5I. -.11,0)15." ...... 45 II....h.,... -tr.... ._...II....... 3 MALE CHIHUAHUA 2 Miles South
land raauma to IM 4IIA Mary cammanavrato sill! ad*. pupplaa, at aack. Call I 17H1W arVar
.,.wM. AIM H 0.111., 555. Callus Slid .xp.rlSIc1. W,1It ... t, MytlnxiIRIW __ "
MUnMmMtd Apto swill to Rax *t.A ainaavHI Mfr. UTTER. PUPPIES' On U.S. 441
: Row Boats 7 .... *.W. ACC ",.'.'old.

,, ," 4THMM tor Rant a Pura.HMN AVON CALLING .IIRVICI. STATION. Apply AniNOANTparlancad. .In pariM al MimELnMlp. 0,505.N. lUsts Phone 376.0571
tar Rant UHlwfn.Raama .,.,Ior larvlca' Italian.4M and wormai CHI 1744774 iftar .
NW nth It.kRTIIr I PM.Frit .
Golf Clubs
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Kittdni/ 7 wka. old
'If N MNRs151155 CHRISTMAS MONIY. Yttj 11-H.Ip Mali If '_Ie 372.7316

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horn*. Phon FR 2-2278
2-0421
TrucksRefrigerators M wlMM hull HELPWANTIOI I
Apply *l Doufl Oilry Twirl. ., AOYNNTISN IN 7711NIRVICI
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Baby Buggies N Hama NSNNNIS IS ;r
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1\\ Electric Motors AtpllMM Rills, ft TV ft ItrVktU PWIHIW, ILPa


Store Equipment


Farm Machinery WANT-AD RATES
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'..-: Infant's Clothing M. I7M411 I > 'V Xr C I. : 1 SpecialEABY

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Sewing Machines ,

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Office Equipment THIS WIIK'S SPOTLIGHT IS ON


Movie Equipment '

Outboard Motors THE DUTCH TREAT

., TIM Dm ,... pn 1802 W.' Duly.. AY I. /5

Sports Equipment *j<* ...... On karart MMP ,
".51 ,.. Dttk TIM Rtrtn .fcj prepay1 .. Mt"t FURNITURE

Furniture Par 551 N M lit .... HN1p./.. Iran tt .., htajr if ... ....k. M.'. YMP ...... fit**
Nursery I':. ...... .... ... .......* Mtnn ti-tar WMR.. *.*tt tr MMkffM

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Vacuum Cleaners I ..... Nt.lMk1bn51. ", *".. MM. ...... .114) full _II. Tkt rtttturtiitrtkti .

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: Ms sin.. dsIl5.s, .In .d ds.bly d.d..s :

Building Materials FAMILY RATA 5 prshl ... --........ .,,Ie pls.Th. .

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Washing Machines I / .......... 1N Inid WIN" .dd 5. yaw;t::: .I.sp .ul CSSM.s.I1.
10151.5 Nall .. .n .phdil.nd M Fk5ld.
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111.. .114 _.... .114 Phi ....Iew dlsup _. c.
.. Heating Equipment 13 lessrlsus .......... WI'Y' IMls .. .. .
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Mtrif krf t .... 4tfMmt MM* .f HtlHmt\.
i Musical Instruments ,....
h, 1,5 11155 1515 W.... ft* Nat W.*.'. SPOTLIGHT
I Firs. Sills ajtrda pr jntMM
Camping Equipment 5555. 15155515 II 51.NN.sa.
DINING *
IILLIARDS *
DIHIMtJ-OANCINfl *
V..Plumbing Equipment
CUi HICK BILLIARDS' 101 1-51 .51Mk5.' let 11.5..1 COCKTAILS
Isms M I .Nm trtkwry loss Pan nit Shy :yamuj mil M ": 5 hId NSMSlO.
1 .1. Children's Playthings u'T'vault nM tot .551 ., ,::I5.. UNIVERSITY INN 4LINES
Irmt your daaMOPM A I 'II SOOTSIII STAND CNrC.5 5151 5.55..1.755
Electrical 12 point II A.M. II II ,... 3351 NW 1315. N. ....... Caci'ail Nell I to ,. I
Appliances **m* M I (km trdmwy.t b N "Mato BrattOININC for ..5111 ....-. trMi tor ma trie *f L OM*>
Int tN A AL to Mkky -rwartComaa
Dogs Cats Parakeets L5.clt 5,145 555157 ....-, 1 Rttnarl. Prwr a,11s.
551455 Try S 55.51 = Ira IPM Li*. IM PJ. PI Mack 10
-:: 1 18 Point. 'ITALY IN GAINESVILLE' O.151)i55w 5.1Nd
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RIITAURAMTtaclaiim GATEHOUSE ,.91'.M. UI 01551. uM II 5555555
Nothing will tell it tutor .to Lnnna PWa ION W. ""." AM.V Dm and ..51. to
anal Mar duktom ItMiM Paad.DM 15.555 551155.5r0. $2.00
1 24 Point Hwmara Rd. l-ll PJn.inawt "DA_Try 0155551. THC ORLEANS .II... 11.. .4 r5 .,..
CMaad --.* 55151y. v a t5N.115ISs 55 4141 NW IM: M. 075451/
N11ls N 1 .suss ..*., lpps (
than the LARRY'S 4M tor to*. Ira* *a!v*Y GENERAL GAINES
Sd5/O 515 ..-.. 5551 mAlt ROOM .. 151 c..esd.l ...
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tit 895 OCAi AW>. I in, j Mm.THP.IR Irl 51091111
aws.im0I/ ... M 55.1. CCE I Isdn055. 5500 MNNr 16
CROSSWORD I I PUZZLE I11. IOA/M 5..111 *115Matt. .... LM town Nyt150/ Lou'
ADS. It t A L. A II A ,... 15KM 051 T5 A I hi I. ttth TerrMcCoy .
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LITTLIWOOD vi m*
27.W'I APT. t R N t oI.Nalt ,, Artt, 11.. I kMD Ilkt urn .1"1'11''
kowMm, I balls CCM .
CN SLLP p CTf frtl.nSS 111. 011 15.A4 PIt C. ItiM Itl. .many will HiItitwM HOMOi lbS SAI /
oor A.. 4Mt N'W. IIH *.I/e: nwr 141 __.. IR Ulh ttUK I
aabnrJ ,2I.SIar.Ia.. P 1 MSELF ER60 5.1 1'11 A_ ACNE Av*. Imell. town poymMlnwnmly

.. Narrow 2Tumr 0 N 0 S I E. R 'of A P 01 tnunt tM I Itmlly Html pymMt, (IF It Ml rPt
Ant hornet kullt M ytur w
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Heart 30.Budge A D E. SEVER T Ulr' ,"II'. with t-iiH M fiwn. 51ye'0n1.5e L

31. Und. ..mI4 RUDE. It E F U T E S COMPOST

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tat LARO' 44 Cso a... fan less
92.7155e tluwBlct ..ut.L 4 tr. I ktlh ktmt with tlmoi

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loan, titar Thn ipiIn NIw11 REALTOR J' C1dr'CI Assn.
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room I IN Morlltr' P..tr NnlrrChlrtlt '
19. Hyri. 11,15115 sod _,. Swat. .. 4' Fsr51tb.d, AN.N .. NICE. 'OM'C..TA.LI roan 10't W4R'"UI. ,. """"
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a '2. ,ct04 IIsna? .55x.1 11505 NIt/ csvrI Mfhing tc SOLD LOOM APfTir."i Ml per me.Vrtltr TRAILER SPACE ONE ot OllMwIIWl, t s I lloMInt
h C =...,'Mit...... ",",1_. III IW llm It PO* RINTIN llnclllr' ....,.. llttlttw II now
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"I.'IM", PATTERN NUMIIINAMI In Kit Lint ....... W 111: 5 I In5.1.MrN rssn4 5weMM 31101.
AD..I>I IM SONS ,... Jull .....,.. City llmltl M IPaN M I15t1 AcrO 14 Wfuftd ,. h.MATIoutI -CO'NSWANr.o-
I l' NW :)tth A... IM II. pMillvt Mltrtminf lr.*. Iwtvliy 47 H._ for RIM rWunlvrnitfiet. nit Ul tM taratart lllver
II LOTS POE SALI IS Hoses lit .... IS HwS.s fan Eel.rsns NEW Pod MIl KM I.tls FURNISHEDYw / rawn Iwt cir tncltiMIITM j ... 'U.". ... T. D Mlltrl., pmtl HI, Ml ItUhell
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MW cwmtciM ta Ltd, Control ...., rm, Itrft P .:=:: kitarrtnt IIAOSI. Cast. li MW MMtitcrid. C.mV '" nmlilMtf, for tnly |l.en tow, .11 1. IMce by 5. RRTIRRO ceuplt dal,_ ta nnl ;
..... ... MM with, low *Mmo. IIR. I komir Httrt control ntttlnf.ItnlM tM m pw ......,... l>c. NHXitton NInnM/. MELROSE i 2 S6S 55.11 hrrmehM heu*>. WANTIO TO v.---r.
FI.,. LUft 14 COMPLETE SUIUPATTIP.MI BR bat mo/el, tMtM. 554150.. lilt
S.YIMM 5r1I 55/,1Ci N Its Icrwtl tl 1114 NW Itll A. Rrioofi78.1500SI
with M "M15Mciin pi4M.I04 ctii ,7J.S3 53 Vt-tw tr vma.ta tkPMM k >Mi>t, nm OuUoA $450 DOWN J. W. p.r moot*. Ph. 476-4061 Iran wtM .....,. Ml.1171, 0'MoMIII
Dior i ".M. t* wti Only, Cl.301Oleovi ,.. ..'Mntn .....,.. Im4MMOMMWI 0,0415-2165. Ittrdtn Wtuftd !", Now/11rm.__
THill" S5d.ein. IWney ._ SI you wtnt I rat .Ieo. RR KIRKPATRICKeiSi
Ian Imllk lellltrIDI wt Suy U... Pvmilural'
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: I I mu CCI HOUSIAlrctM ONi.
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.Coy MOOIIN ........,.. nnitm. Only I kiM tatttm .N OWcf Itoc*. Air con*. RAGS WANTED!
Clll VH'O.COLONIAL". dur51./e W now A-eselni t 515 Mr. TovWr. XI let] flyl JMNr
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1J := ':arbq.5 w M /wn.H:.:;= .all u _. +. _upl. .maimvwni/ ELLA'S CERAMICS SEAR' .11 _, ITU wIkrmO.t. COMPLIU. L.'.. Mulpmon, ,: rypowrlt- ; 1MJ CUSHMAN EACI.I molorocootor "a Ysllv, FALCON 44orjl$.
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Your Xmot Olft$ Rudy Now DISCOUNTED' Pla M .1 Morima" trlglnoMy. cool WOO
"-. ,'f"LI.NCU COX WAREHOUSE 1141 f. Univ. Ave FR t-UU. .... .
Proud now lid ond choir will o ': $355r ouKJcMM
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4 :'" "::. Mp1 .C, inondt oil without olloctimontt. od. Ponon with food crodlt rake pilot too hears, tumoco wilt.5oaty 5,75. C.II 1541551. ."ANOIING Horloy OovMoon Duo Gilds" _. low 1011..55 I New hr..
I old now {24 tolonc., u.poy..N..or lloht only ivt yoon WIly buy a wM paid N5M1. Pin ot poronto roquoot. 1JOO mlloi' Sad .... adtlns.
" A"LI/IINCJ" IM bale :
IIW VOYLSS fill Aw.P C"M'n.55.5me 'Mikoili or ow of pre Writ Jimmy poy Crao.ky .id. Coot PR lilt MW will out lorIO. 72 OHtotturoChoIr 15IpwtO5 Buy a remain Klmlllll .lust trokon In, orlglnol. coo, HMO .. 55* :m.T':
: 10470 y.Mn4iu5..' 111 w .*.. Dtl. G.,.........*. Stiolood. > oMo. Id.c al.r = rind mo*, on oltor. Coll ITtut; MUST SELL ..,011, PRIOAV' j
1 t I DISCOUNTPRICES Univ. .-.. QUAILS for tol. llvt or NII.g II P'L"CI Tg .." """" motehlnt luoo fcr ooitmo oftor. 7 P.M. undoy INN 7011.des. IMI Folrl.no Mo ..to.. Mono, rodlo. -
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SINGERSLANTo.MATIC CMIn. Isp 15 N. N. Otlnnvlllo, Ihopplnt. Contor171UU olfor will tt. J7 1
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dewq O M N maids.Pm. MUST .ILL. knvlnt Oil. 13. Calk 14 AUTOMOIILI IIPAIRSHovo 7343 5nr 5.25 P.M.
undtrttll wrybooV. ..,........, p.a.. par.. a.1d dCIlwry opal .1' cond. U. Wt kTU Ilk. COMP1ITIOPPICI 'M FORD AUTO "
HENDRIX ........ All work ...... ClOt .. lOll 0* 55155E OUTFITTER WILL tromtor M _lbIt'Y I 'M Vk-TON TRUCK
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:A ; : CO. tut .It'.. Moss 510.00m1. Pick vp povmonli ol : In our moor N154eP ......
NWotk Avo. M Nth V .. ") TRAOI TWO iron -. ont "oil. on.tw btior lOwS Plono/ trod : '0 IMPALA .,
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NN,. Dart OIRATORS ft DISHWA.HIHITrodo .non w. Saw a 371.5535
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BED COMPLETE" N A rl or HANDYMAN hovo you SHOP .PR HIt way badwld.1r choir. Coll Vo-IM took withmttchlnf tnyRIPOIHUIO I FOR SALE 11.10.wlo11 Avt .... ... MILLER." .,. Balldy i IONS--S1ls aed p,h55ks'lallr Fully owippod, tool c.....
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.Sas.p..r 51. McDa" .5IN ki otock It prkod to ooll.' Tokiodvtntott Tormp tor ill nor 11St Altar I:01 "p.m. coUFR
WIWANTTO Sup ole moool Mod ON' kre5 cI00alMS aeon ot IkM tpaorhjnNytobto lsMI VILLI MUIIC CENTER IkN /MH H55*
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I 550 e0er ever 1170. 511

f. : OUO-THIRM.. MOM ITU NOW LEASING RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. .

cond 1''lowor Modi moHjr.
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THESE HOME VALUES ?
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FR 1 ." tuint. A* lor 1. R. BEFORE YOU BUY NOWMAKES
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P. comtructloii wd will lie ready
TMN0wlr5' trt roody tor '
1 37. aw..N'11"w.4 .oodrotnit kvlIMn. .11... 5.05.0. for occuponey toonl TRADE 'YOUR PRESENT CAR FOR 1'1 I
C ,,, ""111. con hoot VA iw 1110 M.W. 2llh Av. ,
M I ..ym,",. PH/11 hem I7N 4 .... in "kittn. nut ..., 1100 N.W. 21th ... 1\\
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q .1 '.. Rom FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT I Univ.
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r.-. a Otn 210C $.W.11th ST. U.S. HWY. 441 _. ....... dlnl. _
tttti loomi ., Mromd porch. tR.kltctwn .
luttm KIKhon' 1 to MM down ire ALL OUR HOMII All CAN KEEP YOUR PRESENT CAR I
:.. and Ullllty: Room Butler Bros. BUILDERS polity ."Ir onelIOWd .11 OPEN POR YOU TO ....
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RAMBLER AMERICAN 2.DOOR


MACOMA, INC. 14 MODELS PALM VIEW ESTATES Lowest Price I I



'JIFFIUJON" Colonial Modern Contemporary $16,000 PLOW American Built Car


,., colwlnl outildi. PHA DOWN PAYMENT
b nilod. wlm con. Delivered At Your
b_h, 1 lor rocloul __ 3 and 4 Bedrooms NOTHING DOWN VA
.. living' Nero ItM ..II
Cloei Cat
$100
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.d work on. wim I
kitchn, MM. pontry Rambler Dealer
KW Koxdy lo mo nrvko .... from $13,400 to $18,200
I ( 190 Tiers are ttlrot kod. ALL CITY SERVICES I
win ootttontlnt cloool Ridgeway Motor Co.
piut .... kill Mod
and 5 _'. dnoolnt FERN WOOD MANOR
Wo moitor ovlto. N *
4. formn llvmt room win Down VA 1897
Nothing I
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room PIP i Mroplon i
$12,250 up "
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.- .. ($100 ) I
Nap of too ho M Closing .
in III...../ two cor to- Retell Price Plus Tax
ond nor polio. will $400 DOWN FHA
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Monthly Startat ALL THESE EXTRA VALUES AT NO EXTRA COST
wi NW ink PH. Payments $100 aoelnf Cost t
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Cell 5. c_ Dtroo'- ..
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'ft. I !sty./horn.6 McCoy Builders and o..lope" L.ft.n 31th St. M 39th Tomce.

I FR 6->290 Butler Brothers LOCATIONS 2
4w. FR 6-5013 or Sole Office NE 23rd Bird I -
I 6-6502 BUILDERS 1132 S. MAIN ST. 300 N.W. 8th AYE.
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'31 MERCURY KARMANIv-GHIA CONV. INO DoNK -1J15'HlIlOLISH Value Rated POOLE-CABLE

J A "._.77.75ls'111IC. 'NI-III.Dc....iMMKrtH MU7.. Mtar nUMd. ."/ J'tA. -1'OAO..1I5IC. alt,. P M Used Cars MOTORS V I HAWES-POWERS NOT CO.I .

'!It POND,"ill coHvirri ITINOHAY mi $7 ... W."h4 DODCI-OAKT
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'ORO Ititlw W lift Iacraks AIa S
I' Al Htmdon torvln llitlm 11.351 lltor l.N 'M- CARS *'NIIO, 455034 Pe.ISA CidilU,. Okhmbll TRUCKS SMITTY SEZ:
5141411 uJMI C1.sNt5. AI /Lrn4s lira.It. 2COI NW H. St. lit it nt Am ;m.ooI
t 'U POND V'". A&H. Oval 'M VVI, KOMtlIUIwtuw. .. .. StIll Ills H ."i It
scald Ltw T/b15. lasts Sill 1,54I.r.
...... I ASSURANCEOF
car. I. ',.' meaN. vend. but Mutt Nil, ills C.M
aside Pci C.II 11.1494 WANTED
sees sad "" HILLMAN' STATION WAGON OM had c.,. P.v tprm .
... ,.. VALUE AND QUALITY "Just Looi
oil a.m tlrsi nsa pure on Sob n 3.
...KAMtLIK. .... -m.'..4. OR,......5r Pi...., (tact M.mmtMAULT.. Mmml tr-"IOII. yia KM Ng ""AcI PI,."CICOMPLITI THIS IS YOURINVITATION
.--IIr-. wN tr-. Pc.s PI OAUPHINf 4 tr.MMiw Expert reconditioning. Two full At These

IIM OAANO PRIX. lunllr RM; ... Mini KwchiiMully 41 mill P5..d..e.Md. basrsl TO time used car mechanics! Inspect re.
M*prlci MM. iKrltlc*mil. aJll.IIJ6 v M* M Mil )
__. AUTOMATIC conditioning procedures and facili A
Tied _""1*'''* "_ 1.Mc 5. RIPAIRIOiulllV Prices. Th:
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nl Ill? tUICK' ROADMASTIN1.. .cil.nt.sldHlN. ''Kln' ( list MICH
lit In mm IM KM In sad .... .'1. AN.WNUISOUTHERN 2. Written Warranty-Backed by the Can't B.
Mk.Iy penal MCIIM II Phone 372-75611
135. PMas PR 13131 or lit II THE SENSIBLE full facilities and
of B&G
reputation
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1127.MN1 $1. ....... AUTO
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PONTIAC ItiMn Was,., try.IrimMIc Mr IMT K71 JM NW Uth II. s_ A. Serwco. Motors. Satisfied customers ore our Beat Anywhere .
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KMMT. MO MM A CHI inw l": p m. F It m/l III N. MM M.WHI71
SPECTACULARS
birnry. | prKtkMhr m. N.,,. .....until'' t p.... greatest asset. As your local dealerwe
Ow card OH. Cell 37171 w '' VOLCIWAGON 551 II
Ml l> 4151 MW 111* M.Ml : : : IJIJ can serve you best. InTown"
S.1 br.1l. Will Ilk "lass '
141 PLYMOUTH GRAND PRIX f low far,, 5.11 IItIll_11M.I'..33511.. PR.Iv"!5133.11110AL. ....,..Ilk. THE NEW 65 RAMBLER 3. Reliable salesmen-No high pros

....,.. fully equIp PONTIACwort .d, coil Rued WW ....Int.II" sure, misleading
Mr. Rtnit. FR J-J411 Uniwtlty .... 1.111. 'e ANGLIA AMERICAN CLASSIC salesmanship.
City Bar*. ...... -
IEn. Pond) lull Mlks Misc.II.3)H11 4. Price label on each 'windshield
or
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7153 N/er N P.M 'M R.laMer 1 dIr 11.11.1 5. Only B&G trade-Ins handled, no
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1411.. Nr .,1111-d MMSe"1FSiN. of auction, rental or police can.CADILLAC .
sl..rkN,::p.m., M.k.s.' fur:: vie.MELTON. I 2-doors
, M 1 '/3 CM M. OIly ttM
"" IW lad Av*,. MOTORS 1965
If 'III"ltat..W C. A. MM. I 4-doors

i'j. 171 illc4' PLYMOUTH Walls MMi,CMI. I.44nr F It arils..JU1.tfrillM.itHrIN ...Ir.I 1 IN N. MAIN IT. M win I FORDS I Station Wagons6s 63 SEDAN D I "60 air SIDAN.$ White, '56 NEW YORKER : ;::r

/ 4;:M. GAINESmlTAUTO V8s VILLE. Factory airmet c... 1995 broker, r.dl.. hooter, automatictrenimlition '3.95'

I PLYMOUTH 4 dour l.. 'lnclv".. T.1'''*. Mvi c...... fully 4495 59 SIDAN. White nice. . . ..,. .
ury.
41. MMT. _. ..... ..*, -. SALES I *..... lll w 1.s. IU'., Shipments Arriving .,,,,,,.. .
radii 4 hnnr asw Hal 1114. 1595
1007 N. Mil St. '
(> .clMfl MM.CM PR Mm.1H4 Pk_ fa 2.MII PlIrliMi. Flkimt (1 SEDAN DlVILH. tuMAds . 2 door MNtIf. power
CATALINA PONTIAC LM.. NoM7p.Wrol Florida Weekly Factory air 57 FLII TWO 0 D. 9/ DESOTO iteerlnfl, power brekei.Ir .
: 5.nylon AC nn PI) ,II..P... ttamt AM-PM. .rants......., SHAWKEETER condition., $070 Factory air condition. condltlonino, radio, h..t.r, $40 C

,I I Only 1scrllc net N mlln.Sun=..prki PR 1417.143l U7W.: Indsosrlnt Della I... white 47D'CO $70 r .uNmetktremmission. . . 079 I
.1 IN A.5. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. loaded . /7J
SEDAN. ,.ct.., '5' C 012 P 1 Dl 4 doer, tometle

FOR THE CORRECT TROPICALPONTIAC & sir c..41. 2195 i VILLI. Foctory sir '58 SARATOGA ......... .... radio,
TIME NOW 2 LOCATIONS Neain' ..blue
j" :c.aditiom$395 hooter, power steerin.. air 395

Ii FR 2.1411 I 1112 conditioning. . i. .
I 102 N.W. etil A,.. 300
i CourtnyOtUlvtnl I O4.DSMOBILE
I ,. ,y ChcvfCMt 238 W. University S. MAIN ST. I N.W. Sth AYE. ; ''C7 24oor, hardtop, automatic
1 h.Mil.M.It I.t.AT. I 'C3 IS HARDTOP '60 91 SEDAN. Fee. 9/ FORD trontmliilon, ..die. 'OOC

; Phone PR 6-5371 FR 2-84)3 172-3005 COUPS. Factory air to., sir '1395 heater, VI .. .5/ . A79
22511Z. .. $2895 con.l.

: BARKLEYMOTORS I 'I gM. "6098HARDTOPSEDAN. '
.I __ __ _ __ 'A3 M LUXURY SE- llAQCPoworiNor. 57 PLYMOUTH 2 d '
,i, GET DAN. Factory air I7J yL rani feed. 1.:.. 2955SSTUDEUKER4.
' A TRIPLE PLUS
I' "IN THI AUTO IAMI11 MILLER. codltlam:3095 '59 II HARDTOP

I SAIKLIY'S 2201 N.THE Mil NAMI"St. BROWN '62"'SUPER El SE. COUPE. $.77 AA J e '4.: :'u::"
.\ IH 2-4171 1010 L Uly.Fl ...... DAN. Factory air I Power st.etIisc.Yo'hsy$2395 .
t 2-1512 '51 SUPER II merle trantmletlon, radii, hooter, '

I i RED, TAG USED CARAT HARDTOP $079 ZOC VI. .. .. .. . .4 . .. 250

6 II SID AN"

'I( ',t RIDGWAY MOTOR ,CO. BARKLEY MOTORS elr White" cone*not. .'1995' '51 II SEDAN.* .$07 JLACIna Aircondition } 58 ENGLISH FORD S 295

STATION
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NOW TWO LOCATIONSTO WAGON.61 !S 5$ 9t'CON. $595 .........tl.
dna
*1 Ante t":' .. 1395 VERTIILI. 58 PLYMOUTH rmlrsmise 395

SERVE THE GROWINGGAINESVILLE SPECIAL OFFERTHIS '(091 HARDTOPSIDAN. 51 II 2-DR.>> 395 lien, red.., boater. 4 . .. .. .
Factory aircondition SEDAN .

AREA CERTIFICATE Ina . .-. $1495 DAN8.=t.$395BUICK '59 SARATOGA 4....";:Nwbrs".'r-...'

elr condltlonlni, redle, heater, $70 C
LOCATION No. 1 LOCATION' No. 2' WORTH $25on Ice.. .1 . . . . /7 f
1132 300 59 ELECTRA SEDAN etrtifvl '

S. MAIN ST. N.W. tth AVI. white . . . . . ., 1195 :
CHEVROLET
59 USAIRE HARDTOP COUP 59 : dear, '

' FR 2-1433 372-3005 the purchase of any RED TAG AI, candHianinfl . . . .? 995 cyl.. ree-to, hooter .. ,1. 6'5
"llmir' MIRw P. 0. (.11.1> HiMir SPECIAL at Barkley Motors. This '51 SPECIAL HARDTOP SEDAN. $Jjr .
i H.,, H.ys15q H..4 N51rd Extra Mice Cicll Sirm.so special offer ,is our quick way of spreading 99 DODGE ,...r ....... m.... beet
Albert Plant Sales Mgr. CHEVROLET er. eiitemelle tlll....,....., eitre
, the value news about Barkley Hardtop cleo.. . .5..41. $595

'63 Rambler '63'Rambler Motors used cars.'So clip the certificateand ,iii 611MI'ALA," ? 1. ..1,.,' .....ion'15' 4 door, ....' .........

770 4-door, bucket pick out your red tag used car 1 '61 MONIA :"rs: $29S 60 DODGE eytometie. trammltilon '745
St.tI"aocn, automatic wits ,..1.. heeler VI. 'I. . ,
trantmittion radio, hcatir. lutomjtic. hiitir trinimlulon, power"'..rlno, radio ahead of the crowd and get your $25 '
01 r conditioning distil 58 BEL AIR V"ardNp S t del. 250 .
nict. air conditioning. :t"'r IItt"' we.
'in cosh. 60 CHEVROlET I... paw N seeerlm.,

$2595 $2395 FORD power brakes, redle, hooter, VI, 945

"03 FAIRUNI. 500 '61 OALAXIf. SI nice. .. .. .,. .." .A..
l Y lr I. \I ( (10AN. Compact, DAN. Ante me tie
'62 Rambler 'octory' sir condition)' ".... .' sisSies
63 Ford ... 1295 60 RAMBLER e:;, :495
$ts $2s ; .. v. SlOAC lion . ,
Amirlcin 4-door, auto white . IO7J
Gilaxli rmtie trmimlulon/ radio, 'CO MIRCURY
500" z.door '
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hardtop, luromitie trim he.,.". RED TAG CERTIFICATE 62 MERCURY MlriOR. re.H..h.p St.... Foe PLYMOUTH :y""b .r.:194
61
million' ,radio hufir air I Compact
conditioning power .t.... $995 I .Thli cirtitkit* b wfh. S25 In ink to rkHi bmN. .lon, ...... $ e j "' 1095
tk< twclwM if i y RIO TAG s5. M nw M 1495 ,
1"0- rani. .........
Only auu urtljiciti wi111 .Sh prchs. 4 4eer
61 CALAXII SI. 59 MIRCURY.Herdtop 61 RAMBLER tramnilotle

$2395 '61 V'wogei I $2s $2s .DAN. V'.-8, factoryI'JT t...". Fewer Sedan$,ZAC Mon redle, heeler, there .. ,.*, 995
M395
Steorlne. 079
Sunroof, radio hiitir, lee 2. 4.. .
"
'63 Rambler In nice. CHRYSLER '61 VALIANT ..tle frs 95 ,

$1195 mfttlan. radio, hooter, nlee. I, _.
4-door udin, automatic Volkiwogtn.. bur 4,000 y Ford station ......, 4 door, 'M CROWN IMP. ....""....: '595

tronimiuion, radio, huNr. 64 tchlll milot 63 automotU trammlMlon.power / HAL Hardtop Se.R'/ .. . 4 dear ...t''" ......,

$1795 '61 Buick loc.il owner . ... 2395 .....,... power $2195 dhlom Ion" toctory. i sit cann 60 DOOOI.St..PhoenlBhardtop .. fee* 61 RAMBLER ........ ...... .-:... .

basks, air conditlonod, .", . 2995 tory elr coe- '*TAC lion radio heater, pews ....,...., $1 n Jfe'
SoKiol 4-door udin, ri- NIWPORT si. drtlanlna.79' sir, candltlenlnf., ti M 14tof
do. heels Mercury S55 bucket Mat. DAN.> Air '59 NIW YORKIR. .
'61, Rambler $1195 63 I local' aware, SOOAC '62 Olds 2 door hardtop, aIr JlJQCaadvloiilnfl.lt79 H.....p c..,., Sir "500" 4 ..-
loadad .. . 4079 conditioned very SO QC 'U NIW YORKIR. ,1I41t1l". 62FAIRUNEradio ...tIt t.easmiesie..
Station wagon, autemitietrorwmiulon. Rico. . .. . Nadi.. Sedan, .1, In.. . ftA5 I ...t." $1295
.
Chevrolet Jmo .la. auto y Chevrolet 4 door salsa, 4 PONTIAC
$1195 St.t"aocn., mtomitictrmtrmuion 63 mafic tronimiuloN., power 61 cyl.. automotie $ '62 PlYMOUTH S4 -, head.
rtdio haft ....1.., pawn...k... t..I....., 1295 64 CATALINA H"t., .,or....,.
c I,,,,. tarynico . .. 2395 aeon, alp" ....It...... ,3195 .... ........is trowmlaaloa. radii, $f LAf
hooter, olr condltioemf. . IO79etacr
'61 Fan! $895 Chevrolet. 4 d.., Nadia '56 HARDTOP SEDAN 295

/ Chovrolot Impale. 4 door 61 ...... 6 cyl.. etonlore'troniMieeioit j e.... 4"" ,.". =
I
'' I 4-doer,, (unmotic flan,. 63 bordtop. ....4, .reo'lo S 58 SEDAN La... . 295 IMPERIAL )**,pewer,"akei.
t |miuion rid), Mittr,me* 60 V'...... . 2495 hooter, reel clean. 1295 I tamatl4 tronemlaeloo. redi.2895

$1195 Cornotr, lot-. nic you STATION WAGONS I hooter, sir ceeditie.le". _,
mult thn on*,
s /t..5. UNd. nawting ewn.ngt ..m. Ford XL 500. .........tic Renault, 4 door, 495 I 'ISI P.I5 OLOSMO. 'ISO Mil CUI Y. t .......
.. 61 air cendl'Honed.
63 tn..i....... pure attormf. De..I." IILI. A. .wt ante tie poenaer. I 62 NEWPORT f4i.mooim'waelr.. .......

'60 (trY_ $1295 [ power ...k.., air 2495 .tra5em".... $1395MCHIVROLIT ,...,. 1195 I ........, power Ofohei, radio. hoot- $1 AAf* I
l4-door condltia... V.Iksw..R 5.a' I '61 DODO !. Vl.power .r, .1, ....It.... ....1.. IOYJI
,
jutemitlc trinf '
'SB 795 s t e It I a..
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AIKWOOD. 4 d ,.
60 Fake.* I elite '63 VOLVO h2e.***'=1* .694
1795" / Chevrolet. I..,.... 4 door v.I. "' M095 1M!' 1295 SMI.
4-door ....... 63 lhe, PLYMOUTH. VI,
'C7 Hillman Mini con Si AC 5f
.......Nd..pow*'2195 97 vertiMo, 079 "62 .ALCON.I..... pew, $ '' '
$595 6 cyt.....". ........Ic 695 63 FIAT =; .sr;. 4.11. 1095

'58 Chevrolet ". ... RAMBLER. c....-
...., 1195 k. 4 cylinder. ..te-
I 4-door Windanl .. .571..11' '63 VALIANT :::-rlc
f ... I 'el FALCON. e> cyUder. matletraaemietie $1 095 trantm'redle ;.
I I l>v rwinir, tr|stud. Wpwn 4..... I BARKLEVMOTORS a read' $AACrd hooter....". .. ,I. 1595
akrft. 779OFORO.fcvltadar. '61 RAMILIR. A..

$745 $250 I ( .rIc..6 c"... ..,.es. feet J. L. SMITH. WILIUR SLIOH' PAUL |
feaderd $ tomatle
I :lift. /79 ......,aL S$95IMPORTS lARNITT FRANK CRAY.
BOTH LOTS LOADED

I I HAWESPOWERSMOTOR
WITH A 'INI'SlUCTIOM 'St I''' VOLKSSjAF
MA HILL295'I WACIN. 4V9

NO DOWN PAYMENT CARS I 12201 I GMAC FINANCING

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WAY MOTOR CO. "In The) Awe Gentle ......,.. ,bye Newaef B&GMOTORCO.CADIUAC /.sIMCA
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, k LADIES' f( ra WOMEN'S
SALE-A
& JUNIOR'SFALL WORLD'S -- ,
"LAAAPL .
# : Yf' FAIR OF VALUES!
/'AND'' '
DRESSESSLEEVELESS -*"*'Fleo' ,
I "KINGSLEY" .' Cosmetics Shop ,
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Once- special!
FLAT ORBULKY 6 OR LONG SLEEVES year
1 OR 2 PIECE
.1l' / \ ff, r4 ,STYLES IN FULL r
t OR SHEATH STYLES If
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SWEATERSii ; \ .ALL WANTED
( FABRICS'& COLORS. J
SELECT FROM ,

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I 'SIZES 34 IN'CLUTCH t .; :
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I STYLES
!, T040CARDIGAN
REG.'10.99 ANNIVERSARY. Tailored 1t LANVIN '
-TO 12.99SALE.

AND F :; SPECIAL 39.90. GIFT TRIOTwo


t' PULL-ON I Mink f ounces of].11 de lMwia red s fie.too I1
SWEATERS 7,99.dj'' Trimmed JDbct,.,.pIeD pane a:caa of pew )
A4 JaspirltloD lor blsbdayrbosussebtldet ,/
t REG. 89.00SALE
I eonlwuu1cs...snySlft occuJ a.lc'.1CIIIIbJe -
ORIC. 8.99.
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to pac away belf dozen now whfe the b'm *_
i k: :: TO 10.99 79.90 4 1 fad supply! 6 OG buid(; {

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2nd Floor -2nd Floor .
l t 5.99.. Dress Shop ORIGIN U.S.A. Coats fl;,

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NOW! '
I i t..' OUR,OWN 'I..!('.' 'ONE-A-YEAR[ ; ,'

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LADIES' ':'5J\\VERY; ,FAMOUS NAME ) 8 DAYS ONLY

,,, i
r 23rd
Oct.
;i SOLID COLOR Fri., I Ir
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(I OR CHECKED .8. BRAS- & GIRDLES. Sat., Oct. '31st

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LIMITED
\ R CAPRI DISCONTINUED STYLES AND. :" TIME
.' ONLY!,
J .. ,- : SALESMAN'S. SAMPLES OF .
RANTS I

1'.1 GOSSARD WARNER LEGSIZE STOCKINGS I
SPECIAL ; ,
e Introduce yourself to the beauty fashion and LEGSIZE
'L 1' 5.99PROPORTIONED 'p"J & OTHER fit of BellSKarm stockings; during this onceayearevent. I
;: i .
Your favorite SEAMLESS and FULL FASHION
u.,, i.!i '.' : ';' FAMOUS NAMES AT ABOUT '. styles are available at these reduced prices:

f G FIT, MALL- ,i:' : Regular 1 1.35 styles Now 1.17 pair, 3/3.50
% TO Vi OFF
MEDIUM & TALL. ., .' : Regular.1 1.50 styles ,Now 1.28: pair, 3/3.80 ;
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Shop. fleo, 'f' Regular 1.65 styles ,Now 1.41 pair, 3/4.20
\ ,Spertwe.r A Foundations ShOp-2114 Floor Regular 1 1.75 styles Now 1.50 pair, 3/4.50. '

JI I Regular 1 1.95 styles Now 1.66 pair, 34.95BREV
MAniHITY TOPS,

SKIRTS &SLACKS (purple stripe) for short slender legs, sizes 8 to 10'/2
REG 5.99-6.99 \ MODITE (green stripe) for average legs, sizes 814 to )11 1 I'/=
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SALI 3.99MATERNITY V ouch rm: : DUCHESS (red stripe) for long ample legs, sizes 9'/2 to 12 l

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: Sf t HUE SHARMIIR SUPPORT H01SIRY REG.4.95 5.95. NOW 1.95-4.95
r .
DRESSES,

1 REG 699 .('',' .. NYLON TRICOT Hosiery 5.-stnet '100,

SALE 4.99 'T' Y
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t' I 4 SLIPS ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICED

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1'.. or LAVISHLY TRIMMED tI" BUNNY-FUR MOCS

3 r'WITH
LACE AND ,
2.88 REG. 3.99 j.B /

,EMBROIDERY. WHITE ,
i doA LT. BLUE .

ONLY. SIZES 32-40 .WHITE ,

: i for 'the '" 'COMPARABLE TO SLIPS AT 5.95 ,, e LADIES PINK AND CHILDREN

SALE, 2.99. SIZES -

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